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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, 1911 tl A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCr U a i: A Lexington parly Is coming here MRS. HARRISON this week to have quite a largo and O, S. U., of 171 ADC TA ICIIIfA difficult Job of dental work done by Osmond of ADJUDGED INSANE FOR STANFORD SCHOOL Iter. Father paid AT CRAB ORCHA LITTLE MARY BLAIN FOSTER HA8 LdiUi Li iw JLiiitav.c local dentin. Danvlllo has a rlslt to his conNARROW ESCAPE. We are glad to welcome again to frere, Father Leo. O. 8. U. YOUNQ PEOPL'E our city Mr. Abe Newton and family. DESECRATED WHO WOMAN $5,000 BOTTLING PLANT BEINO. I Mr. Christian Jacob has sold his POPULAR LOCAL EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES Mary nialn Foster, tho three-yea- r FRIENDS-N- EW THEIR d Dunn Sandldge handsomely GRAVE WILL BE SENT TO 8TALLCD OTHER LIVE NEWS farm to Mr. VS'lbbsIs of Uartelto, III. INADEQUATE TO CARE FOR old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D NEWS FROM LEXINQTON ASYLUM. a large crowd of his best FROM THE EAST END. We hate to see Mr. Jacob leave our very narrow escape CHILDREN. Foster fiad HU6TONVILLE. friends on Friday evening from 7 to town. from being dangerously burned when 11 1 M. Mrs. Amanda Harrlton was adjudg 1912 should be the year for aitab- Crab Orchard, Ky., Feb. 13 her dress caught fire at her parents' Hustonville, Feb. 13th. Howard Camnltz and Dr. O. S. ed of unsound mind at a lunacy in (Contributed.) lUlilng a creamery. Parties are clearbids fair to do tho homo on the Knob Lick pike last week Crab Orchard The sensation of our community left Monday for New York City. quest held In the Lincoln county court This town and community may well ing their woodlands for pastareu and last week was the elopement to Jelll- blggoit business of Its career In th Quick work by her mother, who hap Dogs killed 2 sheep Wednesday Friday. She will be taken at onco to boost of her progress and educational are looking for milk tows. A chanco co of (Juy Ulllock settling of Its famous water this (ca- penrd to be near, was what sared and Ilessto Lair night for K. J. Uodbey. Five ly and otherwise but we are now In an for thoso that want to sell theirs, but daughter for the asylum at Lakeland as soon as an non. The doraand for H ha grown the little one from a serloiti, If ot of Mr. and Mrs. William 11. IJdilaii Bishop, two for Bam Ford attendant comes for her. Tho trial ot " ,ormca '"" "u,,ua cniia - wei iioistelns prorerred and provided they Lair and Willie Jones and Miss qraco' to inch an extent that the White's fatal, Injuiy. and In rescuing her dar- one for John Russell. Bloodhounds the woman charged with dosecretlag I and a" mrerenc. ! o determine what aro.. good.1 .milkers. nfunnallav ilu n rli a af f -- " -- -.. nA Concentrated Water & Balm Company ling. Mrs. Foster, wp. qu'lo badly Is w. . ft. t. If . lnuW best for the children of our com tun rwoatiia is on a . uoa ...ft Tom Nunnelley. They had no trouble i.....,,,.scaped prisoners from Camp the grave ot Oeorgo 11. Saufley was uai, uri. ..;, which bottles and ahlps out the mtjvt burned about the hands and arms her munlty a well as cltlsens and taxpayMr. John Wcntzel will have a big to elude their loving parents. They bellsvllle jail 7 miles In country to held In the court room before Judge portion of the water tent from nre, self. Bailey and a large crowd heard her where thoy got Into tho .vehicle. ers. Not public imagination but a sale soon. Let It be undcrsUod that were married In Jelllco and Jones and The child wag standing with her hat been forced to greatly cnUrg public sense of duty or a senso of be docti not sell out, altogether, as he toll her story of divine Inspiration for his bride have gone to Indiana while Its plant. A new 5,00 bottling plant i back to an open grate, and got too duty should be focused upon has not gotten rich enough to do so Ouy he deed. Mrs. Harrison also told of now and .close to the blaze. Of a sudden her lubllc his better half returned home and Is In process of Installation Lucaster 6 other occasions upon which she had w"f,0f lin lnevlbf l f,ralnd yet. to ask their loving parents for mercy, other Improvements nre being mad drills burst Into flames, which quickly been Influenced by visions from the to the and No wonder If the moat has such, a and all opportunity to work their own which It will It Is believed, enable the ran up the back and singed off her Almighty and everyone who heard the 'lllens' cbJldrea " tnJt high price here In Ottenhelm, If a cer way, to success ana nnppiness. hustling proprietors to handle their ' beautiful baby tresses In the rear. Mrs, Mrs. h. c. Button was hostess for ,h? fer S,.-- r -- ,,.,-- I., h r tnrin. to ... Hill on In an mount to of "UlencSS Of SOUl Itofpara tain city pastor buys up everything Frank Vaughn left Monday for Loula the Tuesday Afternoon Club at her unfortunate woman was convinced T... Mt f5JTTlin t.,,.1.... .lth m.ih (,....,. . Is unbalanced on relifor- from head to tall from our stores. of littleness the fear vllle where he goes to have a dlffl - !guburban home. The decoratlom of that her mind . iinsuwi ana smomereu me names oui, tune. er gion. He who sees the need of soGoats nre all sold and gone. There cult surgical operation performed. Work on tho enlargement and ex before tho akin of the baby was hard, dainty talentines and tho tomptlng Uy appointment ot the court Attortouched. 8bo did not ho J late, but cial and school betterment fills a cry- Is only one left In this town, any buy John Foley one of the best black luncheon added much to the gather. of the Crab Orshard Sanator-.l- y ing demand and will show to all the r should call on Mr. Mcli Welntjes. ney, J. B. Paxton, represented her at open lng. hands fought out the smiths in Central Kentucky will soon as the weather, with her bare lura will begin keenest and highest sense of public the hearing. Whoever denies to make good time a new shop this week In Geneva. open up for spring. At prcsont the, flames and was very painfully burned Mr. J. Flceec Robinson of this placoj utilitarian good. kindly travel the road leading to Otdaughter of sola a combined horse to Mr. R. M. herself on the hands and all over thu Stella the Institution Is unsble to accommodate Let thy high manhood sacred be, tenhelm or leaving our place Whose Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Richards near Kdwards of Memphis, Tenn,. for $350. the lane number of Datlenti which .arms Mckmney Then lilt thy calling up to thee. fault? "KarUston" plays the violin beautiful- In turn Mr. Robinson bought a horeo coming In. The Battle, Crcok wo !e tnie yourself and thou shall find ly and hai a remarkable musical tal- of Miss Jennie Hlgglng for 1G3. method employed here In connection Mrs. McDowell Fo,;le and llttlo An answering echo In thy kind. Davis Store to the famous Crab Orchwliu ncc Junctki City And Moreland ent that should be thoroughly culti- edMrJ. N. A. B. Marksbury entertain - rTmiirl.tAr IAlhrlnn Ijia nf Yrw.mltf. Keep thy faith with men and see vated. ard water, "We made this Institution the members of tho Ladles Aid So 'nre the guests of her parents Mr. and How men will keep their faith with Mr. Oeo. A. hubanks attended tne Clet. of tho Baptist 'church at her Mrs. D. Boone bought ft pair of yellow ry popular with Invalids and some J. S. Murphy. thee. Ikirn, to the wife of Mr. John Hill funeral services of his rtrtalrar.iA nnr. rinffn Kaii otfctfH. mill, tnr 13(50 from Marlon Mink. tome. Born, to John Sluder and wife on I This isgtvcn to each one Interested a flue baby girl. week at Wilmlng-- I Charles Crites last Henion of Bomcr.ct has Mr. J. K. Prather sold his raildence Wednesday a fine girl. Twenty new .room, are to be added to S,an ord- - education. dva"ce Word has been received hero that ton, Ohio. grocery and meat market to Mr. John Tho lady Maccabees met with their the sanatorium. J. L. Bpltler, thrown been filing: hi. sister Mr. "Dock" 'V erw 8e- - Uow I!lyn,and a fine baby boy has been left by the V Two colored men caught a two a. Ross for ?2,500. n,a,J' tbl er and manager tea associated with Ruell. record keeper Mrs K J. Tanner on rcal zcJ " r wn town? itork at the home of Mr. and Mrs bushel sack full of fine large turtles v. n. Burton bought a f Iveyear-oiJonathan Kllburn 9f Whlte.banc.,'dea,t him Charle. Bchemmel, of New,K,rt.' last Thursday afternoon. A social llleory iugt mentioned lti undent- - James llrackett In Stanford. ,. ft...i.n i.i. ...i.,. Mr. inh,. -.-1.1. .v.1. .i m,.i in .h. mn inn Mis along tho creek last Friday near the toad horse of R. D. Moore for 1223 , meeting was tlie order of the hour thbes1, ,Ie who Urackett was Miss Sadie KOod' lf not Ferrcll of home of Cbra. Piles. Mr. Burtoh bought 2 horses In Rich- - nfter a whlch an decant lunch wa ag.tuent, steps will be taken at once'.Morgau who Is very Jow with tu'beicu iably mm- - r.nn lh . runs The street lamp on West ."am niona for IIUO. i ' "v il.mnnfl. rf mif-'.- Aioreiauu. to nut the Institution on the moat csn. terved. Mrs. Tanner acted as hOHtess system. None can gainsay tho Mr. and Mrs. O. D. McCollum spent jttreet refused to burn four weeks past, Keen Beazley a lately of IliU 'school Henry Urummctt, colored man'anj ner charming daughter Miss Huth subitantlal and modern basis. . rpfleot't. . ...... ....-.- . . . .. . . . . . . fact thnt thu Rtsnford arhnoli L ...! oowiruuy muni .nonuay in urao urrn-- , ine cuy aumoniies seni uurncr io do es years or age died at his horn. I" ' nreslded at the chafing dish. The The purcnaio or ino ceieoraica oiu place, has moved to Mrs. J. u. uws Mrs. ' - 'nt'ard. ... . McCollum is trying to make repaired and evidently it was sent to Duncan town from a stroke of paraly-- ' coora of lne tlve were taitefully dls Springs hotel by Xlol John Robinson ley', farm near Crab Orchard. . . .. .. . .. thoultl bn a eivlr nrlrin. Thnft- h.ivn . ..... .. -- . .I. 11 r iicrrrvi.antirBr. iinii .... j 11. i n duck inn. i . .. . Antr la running the prouuci ," ' , , ; ' ' wftii ico junction uity anu urao urcn-- , liurope or u wouiu nave oeen t ere .Is which ho suffered about 2 weeks nireci Bnd all the ladies left feeling a tm..i.,Dt!..uIn and muni ard gunday schooIg front rank ones'thls was a very popular move here. These nnd peddling wagon formerly run by Maccabee h0.W ficcnt awet. Wo m.w need more'80on. , iV.8." v.i-ti- n... . . and , n .in h. .mencvn" Is Btlll iun,rovin ........ roow nna uereage(, facii,e. Patron8. - ,.., now the role proprietors and o. II. Canon & Co. ... -two ate -, w...' . m nere waay. Aiany uainiy vaieiuines J- - """ "" " . ... uuuora buiub uii nuu uuBiucB3 nwumau muc uia L uw . will have personal charge of the man continuc on mis route mis cumin; ously of taking a course in steno-". No . ana citizens, look for yourselves. The Camp Buggies and of various sizes will bo sent to some grapny. lino Is good. Ui342 met Tucsday uigui.eter agement in tne luiure. ;oi. iiouinion summer. i .. ... .. ... I . .. anhorlsm we must educate Is now tnbp'. - ., tuuao ., . a. . as " - , ... rroi. . u. uruuu3 as aeie iwagons repairea. .in guuu. suape auuj 0i. iancasters lair maiaens. Charley Russell Is fcllin out pre Is preparing to move nil or nia inter- Jonn rjulweber of Covington was unKea '"' tne " Question wheregat& t0 the BoyIo county ,ncet j auick Uuie by John Foley & Co., and Byron says "Love will find Itsfor way." fa)llng on frlend. here Sunday, cits froit. Msrcer to Crab Orchard Jvarng to g0 to Indianapolis where ho "e"1107 c0 ,Iec nr-- , which convenes Wednesday April 5, all work guaranteed. T" '"ro , Hughes and Swlnebroad sold for J. uluIe Murphy spent lout Sunday at nnd will be warmly welcomed as a haf job. p",y Mpull necessary dclegats t0 choose portion of his proper- - Sou,h Manchester the guest of Miss (at 2 permanent citizen of Lincoln county. The tobacco in this section has all "J0 ? 01r V!t . " "esStato p- -convention aBowling to tho Six horses are now through thetoTris- - t. HolUclaw a on ty and house Green ft half loaded wagon Stanford street to uertha Hines. at A new firm baa Just opened up for ntout been sold with tho exception of . , , "' ' May 3rd, 1911. ley mud hole. James Hall and.noger Mr. W. H. Brown for 7,000. The ,' bjwlnets in Crab Orchard, which Is fe?.- - who aro waiting for prices to MUseg Gooch entertained on Is taxed to IU fullest, even lf Mr w K nrackett Is very tick' Hicks measured the depths of the mud tract contains 19 acres of valuable',.., rnlAl,v meeting witn mucn ravor. in0 uuo RCt better, niht with lunch Welch ,. ..,. . ...... .. .. . sultana Quartern wer hnd. Th.rn' wnn tne grip. ... Company, mere one nigni ia ween, wuue e iana ana a nanasome-moaerhouse, of the firm Is It. C. Colyer sandwiches S,n8,el0n ,S V6ry '" f r0Ut t0 S6e "" bCSt f18' :h "VC Mn BrWn aDd faa"y Wl" m0V at and Is composed of Roscoe Colver and m5"w? MF-- W at tnt Tanner rt - once. unst0mach trouble. Greet Briar near there. After 'chafing dish his father. Judge P. I). Colyer, formerThose present were the primary 'and high school, rave( Mr. John Purdon will start for Tex., hitched their horse and arter getting Lancaster friends learned with sin- Judge ly county judge of Rockcastle. ( IIerman Gan'n Sam Beck Mary Dee tb 'aSt f th'S mUit- - "e wll,bc8 tolhIm 0Ut' had t0 Colyer has retired from the practlco '" and SCt the'r CMe "sret f th a,arm,Dg ",ne8s of Deck. Georgo Rlffe, Leonora Rlffo, manm buMtai Mr. It. K llorton was out buying Is In nil The ,oca(e buggy out Mfa Wm R Ga,neg of SUnford Mr Futh'Tanne there of law, and Is Interesting himself In rattle list week. rooms at the college aio uninviting Mr jeB.o nQni, ,. Milton McCormack- leaves In a fow'nnd mVn. nnino mH Hni,h WPnt n iinotnn1 gottlng his uon started In a success- - Misses Klla and Stella Leach visit mi... ft... .. .ft. i ....,.. , .. ...w. ijra. i.nnnaru j"nreaenna at tee inrist - Ait...,.- - uu.. aua nr.tln. In muiv vttrs rcHii ! .. ni . .unrnuinr . .i.v. u i b ..' h. . innip ...- - vra it h: ..... .... uiMuuimrj uuu uuuco uimuiisiHiiory. a caud. hi uuunv i un r,u miiii kiiiiii ., .. wrv tl uiiiLutji, n iiiavrt aua m uaui. ,? sii.ii ful tmstniBS, The .. iniu Kiia uui Bun fui .... siiinr -iinrinn ijhi " .... . - , bellevlne. let anv doubting nan cnurcn aunoay morning anu nigai r : . .. . . .. . . " . biock ior ir. joe ti. wngnt. tne aoum Auanuc league, inuau a numuer or years, having moved to, llrm or himision tt uoimcs anu are week. Mr. Cralg Horton and Jir. liar- ra C pu j I Miss Emma Fltzpatrlck see". line of gro ruon 1'cck called at Mr J. H. Harrl- ," installing an who has Georgia Crackers are clever, nice and Lincoln some four or five years , cnjr ummu been vgIlg her niece Mrs. C. R. Mc- - eood people-,an" wo predict that Mil- - ago. eenea and general merchandise. Preachersville. son's to hce two pretty girls. J" ""'""" or purpose intent of the Board CJure ,g ,pcndng a fow dayg wltn re.' ton's work will soon bo the best draw-- j xhe Woman's Club met Wednes- There Is no more htMtllng business Mrs. L. Gooch waj the guest of Miss ana mat is to gei mo ifttivea In r.lberlv. ol ""cauon, v. .Inor card In the entire "South Atlan- - rto. n.nMn of i,. rv,ri.i mnii In IJneoln rounlr than L. I.. San- - wii. i.hn H.i,m. Iht. ders, who runs the general mcrchan- - Mr and Mrs. W. a. Skldmore do moii ullaole school house at the least! Mr G B Pr5lu went to Clncinnatj tic" League or any other league south and Mlss Edna Mason was leader, The) Tue big revival at the Methodist l,0,,glbl0 cPnse to the community jajJt ednosday. He will spend a of Mason and Dixon's Hue. disc establishment at tho crossroads Hghtfi.lly cnleitalned Monday night subject being. "Tho Bunyan Dryden church Is in progress and a growing " aiu ui T;eek 0r ten dayg buyIrjg n gjocjj Misses Lula Edrington and Edna reriod." In tho center of town. Mr. Sandera n honor of their guests Misses Klla " "' e,uucu (interest Is manifested by tno ever in- u,8h school, could be phen gprlng good8. Call nnd see Is a "llve wire" all tho time. He has nnd ytdia Leach and Miss Lontla Glllock desire to return their sincere! - u. jj, Herndon has accepted a do- - creasing crowds. Rev. Audrew John- them. po&esslon of the property now heliiRj A,r GeargG nout( hag been sick the thanks to the patrons of Hustonville r,uty built ud a big trade through advertU- - Cooch. collector position under colles- - on tn0 noted evangelist, la dlrectln? 0CCUPltl1 l'y lllem on Maln treet, com past goods that people lng and keeping the Telephone Co., for who so kindly ana tor Denton. Ho will bo stationed at tne rorcea on ""e firing lines, preach- week at JIr l)odd "R0UtfB. Mr. It. B. llorton and family aro vis modlous and sanitary quarters rouldj MIgg c,eva Routt ,g g,ck wl,h the substantially remembcied them with Richmond want n prices tlwy can afford to pay tinB rulatltsii at Eubanks. and his territory will com- - lnB good sermons, which are both en- bo made out of tno proi'oy- - Would mumps presents that aro highly appreciate'" prise four counties. Mr. Herndon will tcrtainlng nnd instructive and all point Maurlre 1'erklns Is back In h!s fall.- Sarah Smith vl.lled Mlssoi to a successful meeting. Mrs. Johnson begin his duties March 1st. er's popular store aftir a short trip MaR?0 and Merclo llorton last wcoV. tn,s not bea Publlc benefaction. At Mr charleg Coffey Is visiting rela- - by both. tne PrMent statues the district cannot tlvpg possession given In ton dayj to the( j0bn W. Walker who has been ill,'3 ln charge of the music as organist through tho west. Somo of us thought Mr Odas Ebbankt was visiting at uIlrnsdei at 8cho1 Purposes, a property ,r,x .,rof Grubbs has taught five weeks, buyer of unquestionably the best farm u the Elizabeth hospital in Lebanon nnd ber solos are superb renditions, that Maurlcc was going to locato In iMt ,))oco Sunday. over wn,cn u na' no contro'- - Tll.Ho began with 12 pupils nnd bus en bargain In this state. About 200 acres for several weeks has sufficiently re- - holding the audience as If charmed, the Umo Stor State from his glowing Mr muton has been on tho looms are llely to be condemned at ,,.,., 3S to uate and g0Iue foilr OP with elegant seven room metal roof cuperatcd to be brought borne. Tlle chapel was crowded to the limit description of Wichita Falls, but all f)ck nBt. we can see the f,vo 0(htfri) are filad be is going to rema'n here jir. Oba Francis called at Miss Lou- - nny tln,e and then-loraro to gtart oy March Eth. dwelilng large metal rooX barn, tenant, Tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho Sunday evening, many standing in the jlla ha,, started a graduating class for houses. Over 100 acres river bottom Christian church will meet Saturday aisles. Subject Saturday evening was lor Crab Orchard needs more young j,. uoocl.o'k Sunday night io sec hor demand- y " Ule """inonplace vlituo of and progrctslve business men of his prctl Rucet. Mr. 1. C. Robs "called Terms easy. Write telegraph nfternoon Feb 18th at the home of "The Four Arks," on Sunday night 12 nnd 13 nlso a F.UIs tablet book laud. Mc Uu,y bo uppermost in tho citizen- type. or call on Wm. Ray Box 82. Huston- - Mrs. Rebecca est on Danville street, t "Rawing a Straight Lino and Making keeplllB clasgi on 0IU, of our pretty girls Sunday nf- ship ot our good community and coun Cashier J Carroll Bnllcy, of our ,tfrnoon. Mrs. T. J. Price entertained on a Balance." Everybody Is lnvit'd ti Mr. Frank llmke's store on the Dan- - Mile Ky. I ank, I being urged to tun for Shcr- - .rhero will bo preaching at the l'lens ly a concorted movement may bo made teams stalled Sal- - Thursday afternoon at a handsomo attend and take part. If all those who Eight nn(J nliatonvllle pike has been t0 tno cnJ thnt the mo8t 8"lta,,,, "finished and his stock of grccer os prday with veiy small loads In the reception. The color scheme green are listed under Christ's Iff, and If he decides lo, would swoep ollt ,0nt Uapllst church Sunday. P'aco at the least expenditure and thus nB been .mt n novv noted Tinsley bottomlesj mud and white was carried out in every de- - banner at this place, will only Lear nd ot tho county. He would nil thl Jtt,t Master Roy Horton was tin i.lnloubtedly carry the Crab Orchard RUo- -t of his giandfalher Tutsday Protect the taxpayers If the property, Jr w w Duncan nr Elizabeth hole." It covers the width of the pike tall. The honor guest was Miss Leila thelr "sMs and blow their trumpets harmonious unlton. then shall the alto nlRh, prcctnds In Iho general ,00 occupied become the Permanent ,own foinler schoo, comnKioner of 'and Is near 100 yards long and Is Juit. Grant of Danville. Delightful refresh-'schools and wn,la oI leTlco fa,u someihliig thnt few democrats can do. the Lincoln county Hue and In ment. were served to the guests. Mri Gcor80 RCynoldB called at Miss possession of our public Hftrd. counly g laUug hg C01gh, While n.on everyone vanls to fee yaraK SralUl.s SMnday afterncon ,0 thug avoid the necessity of rerpetuat- - Mr. J. Henry Hankla and will temaln! Hnrvey Yantls ot Indianapolis Is I Tho business meeting appointed tho about 100 yards. . 11BSt Miai Mecle Her- - lng the tax, or Increasing tho tax rate.'. Mr. U. II. Floyd the Geneva raer- - wlth Ijincaster relatives. Mis. Ethel following committees: Pres. P. F. hm elected therlff. If h. desires tho ,, h.. place, there would be general regret toa It Is said that tbti can be done, let( The E1Ijah Ub,e CIaga ot he hrlg chant has bought a nice little farm Waleni la In Lexington with relatives. Kennedy, Wood Peters, B. I. Blanktn e ... . .i,h .ru.l tninrnv.mi-riti- i -il near the Mm n c trin Kr r4miiiA v.... KAAn ahlu. oi un, over losing mm a " ""' B" ,CEdenCe built by Mr. J. M. UB "" Tho luutt- - educate is predicated In ,nl8 Hnnrt.v with Mr x a Ri.ri,ur L. ,H illiri, romuietL-Crab Orchard Banking Company, In t.nh tabernacle at Jumbo. He will con- - tne ,,Uegt of her narenti Mr. and Mrs. I -Visiting Mrs. P.Mrs. Tnompsou. lrs. 8. C. RIgsby. O. Kennedy, .Instance by where shall wo build or,er amJ , n which rn.ltion he is making a splen 'tlnue his business at Geneva with the Thompson Arnold. Miss Kathleen HankIa r,e!,aent to b0 donoi i.et an Us natonaI certulcato No- - G06 arrjvea able assistance of his bead cleik. educate! What did official, posressng the confidence naniey has returnod to NIcholasvllle. Miss Besslo Holtzclaw, Mrs, waiter A TRACK WALKING RECORD with one purpose unite In the most Wednei.doy. signed by Marlon Law. (Mt. Vernon Signal.) and rsirom of all. The numerous friends oer tne coun Mrs. Emma Kauffman Is visiting her.Joraan. ... ... r, t.- - .. t. I - i.ui..,..l P R PArtUh. 11. T. '... .... uo ":B"icu l..,nftft. t- Vr .. . A do'lgr.tful dance was given horo lloone Bennett the veteran K. C. healthful public sentiment and In rence. -" uroiner Jir. juun ureenmai oi mculJ tn'oeorg. McKlnney has at last landed mond. Attorney J. E. Robinson and Lunsford. Sam Holtzclaw, John Dud Frldar night over the drug store, trac'K walker, has a rocord of which crease those things that do most for. ,,rili h,R ,iI.,prminH whiih wna participated in by a num iew men if any, can joast. He lives the public good. Let us secure con. geJ1 h(g rurnUlre .,nvately nnd go borne safely after a serious llluess wjf0 were recent visitors in Loulsvlllo derar, Rev Thornton. Music Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Akets. be r of the Stanford young men. Some near Dudley, this county, and has ceiled action In malng the strong w . during bis visit to Hominy, Okla. Ho ' N. est asset oi any kind In the communl- girls were present and been walking track for th U rrt-ttbut ! Qt'lto feeble yet .Mrs. P. F. Kennedy, Miss Mary Car- II ' lno8woodUj' ' oti(r.wiy Improving. Tho riches o fthe common- A couple j - allroad company on tho K. C. dl- - ly for. everyone had a good EAJ" ? . renter, Wood Peters, E-- RobMt- - F' U ""-"u- VIK. vl.ltoi. are Ud to have had ,ulon ror nineteen years. For six- - wealth. Are free strong minds, and 5T fleo" J6 ! MuEl r J' aaUt,ome y0l'n" rf Ld ' thU r " aiTd '""J tat Thompson, P, F. Kennedy. P. E. Par- iioSr. such .1 good time that they "fell out" teen year he made the round-trihearb. ot health. we arc Kuestel lo w.-.i Mc whoa nan-.David home city, died 8ftm loltIcImWi M Law.oa. John Is arranging this ever It and a llttlo personal argumenl every night of 21 miles of track, aim And ln0Ve to her thou bold or grain .Uort Ly to a assume time. matrimonial k. and w "" ed . o er the subject developed before the for the last three year, ft, ha, been The artful hand and cultured brain. Uudderar. the K ' "' church cnlng over a round trip of 12 miles, ." " evening was over. Cw. iinriue th. coming summer She "mel"' of"e.r chr,gUan "!" T of itev. Johnson Is eltlMiv.lv. '.r:.7." who set himself on f.re about a year Wa,ker HI. . . . During tuese nineteen years ne uas ow,, in ft.iV ..- -Peck's Bad Boy" has always been lg Tc,, u which the young man was a faithful- g unrivft,edi hg work walked over 132.780 miles of tracK at the strongest magnet to attract the " .. . LEBANON STAYS DRY Ht ,lo nll(, . ... uj .ft.. well as in your city. ........ .. .v -- -. ln member. Toung Murphy was a bright ly ln demand; only last week was In Judgment ot the Marlon court was night, besides the walking he has done juvenile class to Its matinees; and no ftft ft.ft.iaft... ..u Misses Annie uuuu uu wwnn; attacked a while. upheld by the Court ot Appeals la the. In the day time. Ho has only been doubt this reputation will be fully bus- - I guest, of Mrs. Dan nd ."celpt of word that his servlcea were Miss Ruth Keane has quite a Hour Cormack are the wd wan -th? vanted , Canada jn8 time Is moit Tmvine near Stanford this week. ly engaged 'till in 1912. ' Auagu.t"n visiting his numerou, friends ot """ - Tenn.. Is aVe.rnga ve0: a letmon'whlch "l" . n. ,,.. " . . FOR 8ALE OK RENTI .. . ,. . i. nd retawves here this week. This Is promising young man. Lebaaon, .. , oonl!nn ' .... "- I 26 acre farm on good pike and near p" .7 . his first visit in over a year. the city voted "wet" The ground, of . ,......., ... v.. w. atory cottage 0 1 good town contest were that the election was or- - Among uums suited to me wmaow uDi moved i Pacific ocean saylns hoj, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. juctun w dered Immediately upon the filing ot ornament, tho "primrose Is undoubt- bright dialogues, attrncttvt) musical cola in the recently, For Bale- .-t W acre lot on Main rooms below and two above, two good the ol the most valuable. The nurabers. artistically blended, mak- - wiou,d vuit home by way of San Fran- Monday to barn, and all other necessary outthe petition requesting that It he held bought of Jno. J. Allen. Mr. Alleu jjtreet, has barn and all outbuilding? buildings. w",v"' UUBl , . thn ""- "u ' Place well watered and "" .... f Ar.nal savs that an lu"& " McKlnney property unui Uoautjfui building. site for residence. Ratent of matlne., attrac I moved to the whole growth makes a compact bou- fenced. In SDlendid community and caanot b. ordered until tho qUct u ,g a contlrjuai bloomer and on8 for 'll0 children and equally en- - Wnte LeKborn and Barred Plymouth be completes bis handsome j bo"le " 100 elKtloa Unford Real Eotate. w, ge cheap Bee L R Hughes eggs for sale. w. 0. Montgomery, tu0 ioi reicuw? sit term of oourt after the petition Is the flowers ara fragrant and beautb tertalnlng for tho older class. or W. L. McCarty, SUnford, Ky. penter. Moreland. ful. BIG IMPROVEMENTS Dress Caught Fire MORE ROOM NEEDED Ottenkeini WEST END COUPLES 8UR-PRI8- enter-tertalae- g ..-f- "" ll..- " WM4-V- 4- .U..-W- .. u son-in-la- J.ph .-- ... d . ... . -- ... . :r I'en ' ....,....,...... ....'... " n-- V .... t,i "": '""""" "I l? n I.l I ';", ,f - """ t SiSJ ISlTr ' ... .. ... S2 "n" siZ ' ... ".-- "-. ..- SIL ..,..,. - .,.... ... ".,'.."" j.. -- I"' "....."... .. .. .' ,,, "" .ss jj, fr e ' P"'-Mn- .e two-hors- e blood-staine- ele-.llo- n, I n ,,,, , n,..(,. .... .... .v. ..... "" (h-i- - .r-..r- --- li. .... p L"0""'h CJ"l?JyL?'a; w" sS r'l ' J " e -- "' ?.' , ,""?: "Z'r .,. "" '"ft.00 " . ,,. -.- rrvi'L'' " v" t. r.,;: sr." r.J"'? "to." Jj n."?. - ,uir.., l. ,,' .. S SsSTiSioITed ""'"" T ".r.;" J FC Z " -- ... W. -. j.k.- - THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. 11 TUESDAY, Inn sustained a broken hip from which. LowM novor recovered. noblo Christian woman FEBRUARY 14th, lilt 1 State Bank & Trust Co., Growth Of Deposits Since Organization. OCTOBER 8 - - - - $17,674.09 he Interior Journal Established 187J. lr. wUW .'fs - HELTON VWIZ 8AUFLEY Publisher AIMU Hubble of I TUUUAI IIUbI Stan- Entered at the po.toftlce at ford na second class mall. POLITICAL ,. A W1,ll , ,,, Rt s Ladies' Shoes XBL Jonc neighbor- Mo8t tobacco ,n hood lias boon sold nt nn average of 6 nt "cr Mn,n,, ANNOUNCEMENTS I For Circuit Judge to,2JS2Ml!ft ..j - . .., ,. . .,.-- NOVEMBER J--- $2.1,173.75 DECEMBER 8 - - $34,410.13 JANUARY 9 --- $42,702.08 Februarys $51,279.34 We Cordially Solicit Your Bank Account. ,. Thirteenth Judicial dlstrtst, at tho mule from 1L I Hubble for 160. leeUo to be held November, 1911,' na Id Kankln of Marccllus pae.l subject to the action of tho Demo p ff0m Wftyne Munly wUh 2(J year.J0 ling mules Friday. 4r lien Johnson will bo on the stump, J. B. McKlttrlck sold T. C. Rankin 'm ni at 12.25 delivered. in Kentucky for McCrcary and the A'r Thomas Darker has moved from , ffe democratic ticket before tho general ak J. A. Hwlnbroad to Karris Flttpatrlck election this fall. Watch this prcdlc- - Frank 8neer ,, m0Tea from ,, tlon. to Marksbury. II. C. Walter took his crop of to i Danville Saturday. ll Olllo James is elected Senator. snd doesn't make Vernon Richardson I oom ,w,u "uu uu''e,, ",TOH8 "i""" nauiraay nna nunuay in uerea wun . ... n his secretary or give him something -- . d Just ns good, the big boy from thoj Klliabeth the youngest daughter of m first district will show he has mighty it. U. Ilratton has pneumonia. llttue gratitude In his make-up- . .ui Just before the arrival of new James McKechnte sold his crop of stock we want to make room and tobacco at Lancaster tn cents. a"SLS8 et rid of some Small Lots now on a 8 MAff hskttvh. I.VAar.m.1 : ft f f' $ OUT SiielVeS lO flO l"10 WP makPthP Ulflr '" PRICE MOVE J -- I lno THEM All of Our ladies Pa tpnf T.pafhpr Vici, Cravinette and Tan Shoes in both lace and botton, worth $3, and $4 go on sale V I ,"9 Hd ShlnnlcJcf w H. B. Norihooff. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. a strong Johnson man, now says that McCrcary Cannot win, If Mrs Kelley was the guest of her nominated for governor by the demo - (fther and mother at May wood last & crats. Tell us friend Ed. It be Is noml week. Mrs. Bob Roberta was the guoit ,ot her father and mother at Drodhoad nated, will you vote for hlmT ,i t Cr last week. Sale Frucfctse got Mr. W. O. Watts Is very 111 at his Wonder where President Taft home. the backbone with which he has been . iv a Mr. Sam Roberts and wife are visit i Uiu vrauauiau icvunwvii daU,!h,r nW Hubble' Pursuant to an ordinance adopted by Me lD?.thelr .Ithln th. nut few dav.T Mrt- - Kalherin. Watt. ha. returned the City Council at the regular meethaa given no evidence of possessing' ing held Feb. Z, 1811 the. undersigned p'ea,ant v,elt to hr Ih0,me """ will on Monaay Feb. 27 1911 at about such a at Stanford 2I MM., .offer for sa)e at public out& JnM nfflrl! .r. guests- of her father and Dy SfO tile cry a telephone franchise subject to Th- mother vin tho conditions of said ordinance which the victims of a huge hoax when : London. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium at Hustonville, is as follows: -hobo pretended to the New York poi Parties hnte been nil tho ki aroma Tho City Council of tho city of Stan lice that Ky., invites the public to their Annual Clearance he was "King" McN'amara Jmywood ford do ordain as follows: for quite a while. TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS Sale embracing all winter goods. Ladies' suits and Section 1. That there shall bo sold a Lexington man who had committed Mrs. Leach Is on the sick list to the highest and best bidder for an atrocious murder there ten years skirts, Ladies' underwear, mens' and childrens' tin 1 nm now located on Fourth street, the term of twenty (20) years a fran- ago. A deputy sheriff was sent to Sirs. Tom Dalley Is vety 111 at her with tho best equipped stable In Dandenvear, absolutely at cost. Calicoes 5 cents per chise or prl liege to construct, eshim, and apparently home. tablish, maintain nnd oporato a tele- New York alter (Irovcr Watts sold a cow to .Mr. ville and will be rlad to see yo-- i at yard, all best brands, no seconds in my stock ask to only tp find the Joko phone vystom for public and prhato Identified him, 8iiy time And will .ho a the InclM see our black silk petticoat at 2.98. For special use In the city of Stanford. Including that had been played upon them when Arnold last week for 110. Miss Lula Wans Is isltlng in Crab especlnlly count us tros.tm.rnt Ihn ..nnrfnlta auliv.v. nnn the supposed McNamara was brought buy two bargains, see our Clearance Sale on shoes, H D F. LOGAN. Orchard. manholes, wires, poles and other equip back to Lexington. pairs for the price of one. j ment, and also the right of way over, Mr. Steeneon nnd Sons hne about along, under, through and In the A full stock always on hand. Our spring finished their new store iX this place j streets, avenues.- - alleys, parks, squares We are becoming more of a suffra-gat- e stock of ginghams, ladies shirt waists are ready for Driagcs and otter public places in every day. The state of Washsaid city for the purpose or running ington gae women the elective franyour inspection. tho subways, manholes, nolcs. wires and othor equipments necessary to chise nnd they prompny put it to good ( tuimuiu'i, uniauiisii, maintain anu use by "recalling" th, mayor "of Seatoporato said telephone system In the tle who had not been a faithful offl Cured by The Marvel of The Century, STIRRING TIMES. city of Stanford In accordance with U. D. B. Tested for 30 Years. "recall" wo are hiving In tliu building linn-Wthe conditions, terms and limitations rial. Kentucky needs the Hawking, spitting, foul, breath, dls which goes hsud in hand with thoje churges of yellow matter permanentof this ordinance? carry a full line, of lime, plaster Section 2. That it shall be the duty progres8io measures tho lnltlathe ly cured with puro liotanlcal Ingrediof thn mayor to offer said franchise and referendum and direct primaries. ents. To proto It we will send you a cement find evcrrthlng else net-deThis sale will be on FEBRUARY 1st to conor privilege at public auction to ti SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE for building, when we Ever) thing purohasec highest and best bidder at 2 o'clock The People will truly rule Respectfully yours for tinue through February, CATARRH 13 NOT ONIi DA.NUKK-OUhere will bo found of tbe bett qualiP. .M., on MONDAY FKll. 27th 1011. pet treni. Let the next Legislature hut It cnuneg ulcerations, death an honest deal. ty and the best for Intended purpost-a- . before tho court house door In Stan- get busy. and decay of bones. Kills ambition Wo will save yeu trouble and unnuctt ford Ky after giving notice thereof often causes Vuss of appetite, nnd bv advertisement for ten (10) days in sary expense by sending to ua for an reaches to general debility, Idiocy and V. A. CARSON, the Interior Journay, and in which Insanity. It needs uttention at once Moreland. estimate. notico ho will Insert this ordinance Cura It by taking DoUnlc Blood Dalm HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. and he will report to tho City Conn- (B. B. B.) It is n quick radical permaJ. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. ill tne bids received by him for Its mi Unn- - Pomllirnu nf near Mar nent cure because It rids tho system germs that causo citarrh era , of the poison at the same time Blood Balm (B. B. of the city to reject nny and all bids Monday night. She was burled Tuts- - B.) purifies the blood, docs awny with for said franchise or privilege and In day afternoon eery symptom of catarrh. B. B. B. caseine ma reported by tho said May- - Mrs. W. I. Singleton is on the sends a tingling flood of warm, rich uo .. ui or ine Ultv IVmn.'., . ... pure blood direct to the paralyzed cllit mny direct, by resolution or or- Wcarelo pMltlon toduHll kind, nf r.,n nerves, and parts affected by catarrT' (Mttns, inch Charley Soffey Is ,UHmg her hal poison, gtvtng lllock Work, I'.Tcmeuli dinance. Said franchise or privilege to and warmth and, la tact, w ca make anr Iblns Iroia p uc ugain ouereu lor sale from tim to 'sister Mrs. uoiing oi uurnsiae. booM down to a fenoo pott. We can strength just where it Is needed, and trr time until a satisfactory Wd shall ho lly and (tnnrant nrt-e:i- t It seems to be the prevailing styh In this way muktng a perfect lasting I work and trlal. CaUandirt our prior, recoived and approved, or accept any cure or catarrh in all Its forms, DRUM tMfor you hur your material at lean. to have tho mumps. Nearly every one mi mr uiuh ouereo in its discretion GISTS or by express. $1 PER LAROK has had them or has them now. Section 3. Refore the Bald BOTTLE, with directions for home prhllege shall ba vested In or Mr. and Xts. Denny Singleton aie cure. SAMPLE SENT KREE by writthe bidder whoso bid may be accepted rejoicing over Tho arrival of a fine ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. DesStanford, Ky. by th cltr council, a cantract shaall A HORSE'S OVERCOAT cribe your trouble and free medical boy at their home. be entered Into between the cltr and CUT noWERt raJTSALE! given. Sold by Shugara and Mrs. lirlscoe of Parkivllle, Is visit- advice eald bidder setUnu out the term mn. Ir- - tailed it bhuikcL e lia every anion, and limitations upon which ing her daughter Mrs. Kill Jennings. Tanner. ' I can Inrnliti th rmUla with th bit. at kind from the llghtukt to tbe heat lent ealrt franchlse or prhllego shall bo The rcna'ns of Mrs. J. Lewis of granted and containing stlnulaUons from the fanty blanket for nad use ST,L?,ihtetl,,,,"e9, flowrrt. on trior bull, potted wr.,pnt. o . .. , necoasary to protect tho cltv and to St. Louis were brought here Ian Sit l .i i II... ..loin l..,. sciiiiiduiu uiic lur .uiiw. Aimntt a invtalty ot wreath ... ,.... .ui .u ior ror rnn.ral imtu require of the Didder fulfillment of urday night. She was burled in th tho stable. Eery kind of Btnble utensil k.,in,nJ?J.?IJ,,Ii .1,?,T, hr ' 6ald conditions and limitations, and Hustonille cemetery. at rra.onat.lr . ., . . . .... iw, vjiisjm. ui vuuinc. unu rvHuuutauiu the clt ycoimcil reserves tbe power Mrs. C. K. McClure spent last a pri.e. Tlmy have to ne to conform to Inrert In Bald contrnct such a OliniMTMANonienN houhkh T.ith. Mrs, Johu Dinwiddle of Ed llunntiio, fauu. nracornlng tne time In which I to our harness standard Have added a new and complete Hustonville. the work thai! begin after the accepttanrd .Ky 'My husband begged me tance of th bid an dthe nric- - tn hn C. McCLARY, SUvttenl. The Rev. J. Jones of Huttonvillo line of magazine and periodicals as to take Cardui," wrftw Mat-charged for telephones to its subscrib- will preach at the Moreland Chtls-UaFiH Wfattr Strongs ers which shall not exceeH 11 nr well as the 'latest approved fashion L Blshoftof Waverly, church Sunday afternoon at three month for residence, it ner month rn. Va., "and for his sake I journals and invite your inspection. oiner service tne time at the ex. o'clock, to try Before I had My new fall aa winter samples aty Pinwon ot wnicn said telephone sys , Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Prultt of Jono- Ukea i bottle, I felt better. icm snail tm m operaUon, the manner tion City spent 8unday with Mr. and now ready for your laspectlon. Thef "Before UxMnz Cardui I comprise tae bout on the market i be erected, how much of said wlml suffered miseraoly every ,s vl8ltlnK reIa can suit any one as to price who bai shall be placed underground and at' Mr8 Fann,e 8pears month and had to go to what point, manholes shall h. . Uvea In Nicholasvllle. his clotaea made te ordw. A suit bed until it wore off, but Stanford, Kentucky Btructed, and such other conditions I Ms. Kddld Carpenter Of Hustonville ade to your measure Is preforablt nowtl am all rigW." i tne saia ctuncll Is spending a few daya with her grand U ready made clothes. To havi w... . - er Mr. J. W. Spears. them mtdo to measure doesn't cost u 9ec..n ... r ...v In tiKuvuivo r ifat any more than rad privilege provided made this ordinance whet when said contract la entrj irn quality and fit it ,.iict.ro .hall not be construed na heins- in Beside Loved Ones tn and lot m tu vit oiraaur any waj exclusive or an provontlng H. U. Itup'ej. in, fraoucal 1 hor i iuk t.111 vuuucii 01 ine citr nt H n. A HOUSE ON YOUR HANDS ford from providing for the sale of MR8. LUCY LEWIS 16 LAID TO Tho Woman's Tonic without Insurance on tho house, is similar franchise or prlvlliges to oth-- l IN CEMETERY HERE. REST always a weight ujjon tho mind itll er persons, companies of corporaUoois You know Cardui will you do your duty' to your family and fnniLtlLll.m,Uon. 8h?U. bo lnserted Mrs. Lucy Lewis, aged 79 years help you, because it has jourii'l' b) Itisur'ng It In u nolle! ",ed 'I hnme of her dauler' helped others who were pany. Wo will secure you Holle .Marloit In Danville last week corporation or company. Poultry, in the same fix as you. us C asainst loss or damage by fire,utcn' Section This ordinance shall and the remains wero brought here It is not only a mediEftgHf Wool, Hides, Furs, 'drawing you a policy that will bo n ikie erfict ,rom nnd af ,er ,u I,asago for burial in the buffalo cemetery cine for sick women, but Etc. PUbllctlonn8reni,Wl.X law Ginseng, ,,, tu friend m need 7 Vt a tonic for weak women. a U. H.ORKNCi;, Mavor I,.,.... aIda of nor lmsljanJ( lh(, ,n W. S. FISH xt.60-117Being made from mild, City of Stanford, Ky. William U Lewis, who had pna-e1 Hkunl: Nn, tJndorcnkor an Embamor 6TANFORD, KY. PHONC ICCl 'over tho river somo years before. Mrs. gentle, vegetable ingrediShort Stripe ".. w.wHomo r'PhOBe 88. f, ... t.ikl ents, it is perfectly harm""-"-" l Coon nttnek or the erln U nftnn r,i. I ewls whs n sister of James F, G in i'Vita,.r Office 'I'hone 167. Aud KiiiI)1ib lowed by n persistent cough, which tn stpod, former Mnyor of Loulsvill0 end less and has no bad Mluk gat wr pay A1m dealer, in Fur R Broat s. to the funoral here accom annoyance ho rnme HIGHEST CASH PRICE W' joti- - liold sejl rlPK with In tlala'Chnmlmr nln'n ..... . rnm.ii i....i.. ...i Cardui can be relied .iturc, 5fatttug8.IugH. They For All Kinds of In"'ea y ",S t0n' JamW' n"U " gj ' te been oi slvoly i.sm and "F. D. T.- -. lteward for Z. ,,am nRteai1 '"", 'r. William (Haze. upon to help you. Farm Produce Mrs. Clara D. Travlor SI, will etchango Furniture for B ..uess fo? the relief nnd ruro of'tM. M HIDES AND FURS WANTliD n Try it today. cougn. inny cases have been cured "r00"- - "' i'VwlB i surneu iy iw-- i til Kinds of Stock. Giv U NOW. For Halo About 10,000 oil br'c after mnny other remedies have fall thildrrn, Mrs Marriott and Miss Lil ' At all druggists. LAND tt ilL'CIIANAN M "1' Them a Call. Price Right ' I'enny'g Drug Store S11 Una Lewis, both of Danville for sale como quick If ou want them She ha Dtanford, Ky. PHONE 153. 11 !, J. 0. Florence. Stanford. n furnlia for over a vesr. bav A' ANTOUD. - KENTUCKY who was of the Shelby Record, MaywMd j S J if $30 Today at $2.50 Cash BRING THE MONEY. 1 CLEM B 'I SALE ! Ltv thing-befor- f,7Tnll,. H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. - HiOtatom:) i-- o ft (4. ,irc This Sale is a Bonafide One And No Hot Air. Catarrh Fresh Oysters STYLE. SERVED IN ANY TB1C PEST IN TOWi Carson's ResfaiNRt. Prop. " rML S m c Chas. Wheeler, w mi rs .ChS: a ni'.iy.js:" , . CONCRETING M B333Si3SES&3SSS3333a .""."r -- i fran-chls- J (we) o PHILLIPS BROS.. Wed-cssds- y stipu-IstiOn- For His Sake t n He J 14 ... .. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, m ""v" Trtlc:-- We Want J. C. AlcCJary, - CARDUI ,. Bring Produce your Feathers, 0 I.L.Beazley&Co.. -Vr. ''-.V- !?."."& Tuchr ?fl JS RTiurnnn :- w. rkia ... HsiaaaHiEat3DuaaKi3 after-effect- i I lialllHIMlllBaiiHIIHia I . w TUESDAY, FEBRUARY Hth, 1911 TUB STANFORD n fresh stock or the oil at Penny's Drug KTSJTTTCKV INTERIOR 'CUJKNAL.. aaaaMA Frtt Just recolvod beit ollvo Store very i 3 l!tT IT? WW Iff tlf flf '" TrlRRM SUFFERED PER80NAL8. II. F. Itouton hat moved his family 23 CmmUhiI YEARS The membership of the Chtlitlan cliurthi haH elected tho following new W H Fish, J II. McAllstcr, deacons Jr, A 8 Price, It. V. Hooker, J W Ireland, and J. S Haughman. bam Mathuiy sustained a bnd fall whtlq iU work in his bnrn last week, C a result of which ho tor0 open tho wound In his right side, caused when htf was caught In a citttng box a few months ago. Though tie wll bo laid up- - a While the physlclins really think that It may do him ,rood, for the old Injiry was healing up loo lightly, they thought OWES tf tlftlf TtTtlfttf ttfttfttf It? HTTTT t!?Ttf TIT tlf fc Vl to Lebanon, "Gave Me W. S. Plait went to Ills old homo at (c I nlnt Kick Saturday to spend Sunday V. 0. Speed wan In Crab OrtlisrJ Mr. J. II. rn business !n t week. County Attorney V. S. Ilurch spent Dourland.San days In Crab Orchard last , weep taking depositions. For' twen. has returned Minn Hcsslo Fowlo from n two weeks visit to relatlres i was a con. Sufftrtr Frtm Chrtn ' Clarrh ItoKtV iry Ptnma. HER HEALTH To Lydia E. Pinkham'a Wanted: 300 Boys To Wear 3QO Suits We, Are Now At a " Vegetable Compound LydiaE-Pinklmm's at Carlisle atant sufferer chronic catarrh. I had s. severe from mis-Mr- Instant Relief" ft) "I fell and sprained my arm and was in terrible rain. I could not use my hand or arm without intense suffering until a neighbor told me to use Sloan's Liniment. The first application gave me instant relief and I can now use my arm as well as ever." Mrs. II. B. SrtUNorR, qji Flora St., Elizabeth, N. J. U. It. Kowle came up (roiu Lobanon Saturday to attend tho burial of tils' broiher operator, Chat lea Murphy. Carpenter Of Williams I. Im, t, Iho guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs J. N. Mcncfco. Mr, Oeorgo tl Lyne of CrabOrch- ard, win hem Monday to visit his who ha been VlHtlng In Hawes- - k and bum-por- t. Jj "hcad! Thcro WM aI. V mogt a 4II, ' iv , tlnuatdrop-wir- ,. liaKlf :mtmm e, jn-a- nt jmhl t .jRP- that croup can be ppe vented' tllvc Chamberlain's Court ncircily as soon ns the child becomes fi hoario nr rvrn after the crdtipy cough appr irs and i will prevent me nuacK It Is also h certain cure for croup and (has nver been known to fall Hold bv Penny's Drug Store. Do yon know A Scottrlllo, Mirh. you how much good "T want to tell poii ind pingof mucua Intomy throat. "MONEY MAKEr.J" A farm of JOS i'7 1 Alex Hurge. ,em Brndually Mr J I. Jarvls has been on n pleas becamc left Saturday which caused frequent exfor llMi'u Urove, Ind.. where she will some time with her aunt. Mrs. pend "JJJ: Miss Antin B. Mclleo Tor Sale acrts on J visit to bis mother and father, SLOANS LINIMENT is an excellent antiseptic anjUgerm heals cuts, killer burns, wound, and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poisonous insects. v- - i t Uua u oltKf Artm put tmttbrr. tnd untn lh lut tended tlie funeral of Mrs. Lucy Lewis!' most cheerfully recommend the use of lw ytm I tu MppoM to t InnirabK For a irrt Otfuir jtu doctor, pronounrrd It a lucml dbraie tod fCnUUI W iHJ VUO OUlit(4i ttlUAWVW. here last week. pmcf lbd local rrmcdlca. aad br ronsuotlr fat inf to cure wltb local treatment, pronounced a Incurable. Mrs. Rrcenberry Ilrlght rcturnel I am now selling the latest maga Bclenee nu prorra CaiarTh to S a conatnutloaal dl Arizona, sines and newspapers (live uio youi rar. aad therefore requires coojtltutlonalF treatmeat lat week from Phoenix, lull Catarrh Cure, manufactured br i. Coeaer Oblo, H tba oalr Conrtltutlonal run where sho spent somo llme wltb hergublcr,p,i0M. , CJn lm,VTtni , n y tbeCo.. Toledo. It b taken IntemaUr In doara from on raariet II 26c., 60c. and $1,00 to a fattier who is now much improrwi in G , N oillock. llustonvilie. II teot drop, mucouateojpoonrul.of It acta direct IT on the blood purtacea pta aratem. Thej offer oe, and dmiara for any raaa It fan, to cure. Saad Euodred bnalth. tor rlreukrs aad tcatjmonuis. l,lros. Sloan's book on Htf r J CI1EEY CX) Toledo, Oblo, Mrs. Jui.se M Ahcron went to tioraa. ratlla. ahrap W. S. Wlgham of Morcland, has Aiklreea nrunlata. lie. Rl by t amiijr nils tor eooiUMtlao. and paaltry ant having been Mlllcikburg last evening Take luu Atldraa lotted hl proporty against trtspas? i PAY CCH FOR OUd PflOOUCC. railed there by the death of her rch err of all Kinds. Dr. Earl S. 81oan, 'llio following letters aro iniLaed farming ImplemenU and have the Irankforj Mm. Nancy Allen tiro totXn, Mata., U.i. A. foi In the Stanford post office. J. K. 1 am lutidllng buggies, wagon? an Speaking ol the local political .lory Hoot, Stinford, Alb rt Napier, Stan- i.luest Mil freshest line ol jrsf-lir- . Mr and Mrs. Logan Woods ,of Dan-I In the I. J , of last week JuCgj Jn i e ford, Mrs l.'thel Seidan, S anfon', ft tits, etc, !n tho WVst Hnd. lit. ti.... Ih. frii..its TiiaiiIiv nml . Unlit1 s.i)j that any state me t John IJerrj, Stanford, Tliomai Drack I can save ou money. r. n. Lali, Ml',.,li,nJ,ln. tt Mr nn,l Mr .T. I.. by bis li lends that Ip may no rtt, Stanford. llustoii-ili- e Ky '... stopped over on their made Chiundi. The) i u nrrt'tlic frr rcrlccVWn .a: return from Texas and Mexico. Som lc .County Judge Is unauthorized Judg Nice lot nf Mjers pumpt at W K. V Times. oriict !Jal!e Milledgevilie sas that he has not. diternili. Warnei's the plumter and tinner Mri Hoy S. Ilenriej of IlockciBtle,, ed off C 4. what lit will do In tho matter; tlia Stanford, Ky. tounty was hoer last week taking i the race s n most three years Mr. I. Xcwell had a flno cov. klllej X Is Iho ono.Slandard orders for a beautiful little volume We wl&h to oxttnd our Utanks to by tho v fan train Saturday. Mr. Newuniversally and of which she ti tbc authoress entitled.' our ninny kind Irlendn and relativt- - ell would not have taken $7f for her. "Virginia Hose". . cnlhusiastically'cndorscd n ror their kindness and t)inpath) durBest companies owest rate. Horn, to tho wife of Mr John Momu Mra Chariot Kceton, of Williams- by Doctor, Drug&ist, Laysure your property today with R. M. ing the nines and dtwlr ol our loving a girl. turf, was horo last week, with nor) son Charlie AIko for the beaut fill flor man. GOWANS Cares There will be prenchlng at the Mai was tbe guott ot Newland. She tranv friends al designs Mr. and Mis. W. L. Mur ris Creek church Saturday and Sin Pneumonia, Group, Colds, Mr and Mrs. W. 11. Hlgglns while day by hev. Shouse. Want to boirow $.1,500 secured b pli He Is x tint Coughs, Pleurisy and all here Mr and Mm Keoton leave tins man. Come and hear him. while ."uutsngo on good real estate tor one ailments caused from Inmil for a tour of the west, and A few minute delaj In trc.ilns romp . u,r ,k,x Stanford. K. -- nscs of croup, even ihe lenpth ot Grandma Armstrong, as she flammation or Congestion. there lll visit her brothers. ..nclen" Is iiupioving slowly. She has ves'i and Ttnbert Lew It. at Lewis of Ashland It takes to mi to a doctor often GawAnit Preparation huaontof Wo hnve plenty of coal at the right time Hood Hlver Oregon. the larKtit Mtol moxt sntixfxctory safest vav Is sick ail winter. tones llnug hninn, Morcland, at proves dansPniiH TheCough Itemedv rlco U. L Orubbs has a fine schoil a galea of any preparation carrinl to keep Chamherliln's 6 2. Il coothler It In our ttotk. tho King coil yard. me nrsi inai Morel.md. We hope he wltf get tho In the houre and nt Honrfirfiil fticcena. ent'on of croup give the child n dose scbiol thia fall. SHORT LOCAL NEWS TUU UUHIU r DllL'O CO., 1 he addresses of any ol Plensant to take and alwais rures Wanted Mi. S C. Kucker while cutting feod WliohsnU DniKKiats the holrs of Moses Dullard, who w.n Sold hy Penny's lmig Store. for his stock was hit in th0 ee. It Colambla.S. G, Juljr It, 1UW Special prices on lap robes for h soldier In Co. "G " 123rd V S C fe r da) s Pence llros In InmdrtdR of cllles in this countrv was painful for a few days but Is be BUY HAVE IT IN THE HOME J Infanirv he C'Vll War I Pork's Had Uo ' which Is billed for ter now durlnrr W A Tribble. furniture, enrpcts. wall' hne nfl)nnatlou wuch mcang lnor,ey AllDrallUU !. BO. 2S. Mr. J. II. Mjers has a new- - broom Stnnford, next Saturdaj- - night holds COWAN MCOICM.CO.. OURHAM. N. 0. laper. Picture frames, shades wnd lace Kiaclilno and ho will manufacture tiiriiln (if (! nli(,4 t Stanltt the record tor attendance. There Is(iirlnlns. : 1335, Denver, Colo. O Ic scaicely a Uiealcrgoer hi any com- blooms They aru good for we havo m unity vho cannot recall some time tried them. Mr. i:. S. Owsley, has an empty Notlre Thoso having claims against or other when this lavorite old corac Ltinsford, dy with music, has not "stood them house for rent In this place. Anyone the estate of Miss Itho-Jdeceased are notified to present them up In a local plaj house. Particular- wanting a good little place about 23 him. to mo nt once propcrl) proven, for ly STANFORD. KENTUCKY tri'o is this of matinee perfor- acres call and see payment. Mrs. Mattle V. Klrby. lxtx mances, for "Peckc Had noy" Is with, Mr. Lafe Morgan, the merchant and ORGANIZED IN J882. Bell jon things 'cJieai CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. out an equal as a play for the chil- miller will SURPLUS EARNED. $22,000. Bring your corn and feed to crush. Two nice rooms for rent at my dren. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $215.500 on Logan avenue. Mrs. J. K Mr. Ben Greshnm, who fs stlir very This old favorite wu not been seen Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Lynn. some time, and Itn sick, Is. unable to move from his bed. In this locality for We Solicit Your Account. very much. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. teturn will be welcomed by man peo- We miss him 3 fine revolver. 1 S. Kor Sale. Mrs. Lafe Morgan Is very slcV si Uie past en ple who remember Itor I W. special 32 caliber 1 3S Colts nickel BiRECTOHl. will be better OrriCKIW. Joyable evenings. It has been bright- this writing. Hop0 she finish, 1 II colts bluo finlih. All aro ened and refreshed with the addition soon. I. II. Uaughmin. K. Reid. S. Hocker, Preaideot: latest Improved, with swingout clla-dt-i- of new sonaa and danteu and tho There "ill be a odaI given to tho M D. Elmoro. J. M. Pettua. . S. T.lllsrris, Also mIiu finit class arms. c Ba8ghBSB j. Cuaalai. comrany Is the best which Epworth League member Feb.. the-Hanny rifle. Inquire II. O. Uaughm&n, Cashier. We Swi8 repeating s T ii,,, o0. c. Robinson. hPMi conrregated for the at the home of Mrs. Palmeter hu W. W. Bannderi, Ind. Dookkeeper at Hammond's store on the Danville play. .i.r are expecting a good time. u Murphy. J. S. Hocker. pike. J. K. Harris, Dookkeeper j Ej&Iu Miss Zella Carson went liome with C R. CoUman. wvumii Two krvd on small ring, Mlss Myrtle Morgan from church SUn . If troubled with Indigestion, consti- Owner can get same by paying for. day, and took dinner after which they s- spent a delightful afternoon with Mrs. pation, no appetite or feel bilious, thla aJ. give Chamberlain's Stomach nnd J.Iv ralmcter. Thp people are not over the mumps er Tabletn a trial and you will be yet. Some aro delayed from school pleased with the resultr. Thse tabMr. (Jeorgo Clarson Is very slot with lets Invigorate the stomach Eyes nnd strengthen the digestion nnd liver Sold by them and also Miss Cleva Routt. Penny's Drug Store. to-da- I prcp-nnilion- my condition Mrs. J. H. Bourland. Iirew worse. I frequent Mr. U. A. Carter of Parksvlllo wbo had an Incessant cough and which It ot bou collc' ha.v been the guest of Mrs. U. P. .as,co for several days returned IU ITCVKU1G Himtuui VMMaM.a mi .... home yesterday. attacks of hemorrhages. I tried many Mr and Mrs. W. M Hailelt of Tur. wrnedIes whlch re ony temporary tiersvlllo tpeni Saturday night and relief or no relief at all. I at last tried Mrs. Hugh reruns, and In three days I was re Sunday wltb Mr. and lieved of the bowel derangement. After Young. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ind. Jan Is at Anderson volvcd, and "J"?' W.1S tiillcr. from I.aucas tir. Very fertile soil, small dwelling, and 2 lurgu tobacco barns, cvcrlatt ug win re. This farm h si pari ot the famous Deajley farm. It Is offer' c(! for nale on account of the III health 'if one of the owneni and to c!oe up it partnership and at a price which m.ibcs it a bargain. Will divide the I n r m and sell any number of acres Possession at once. For furth-- r par titulars and price apply to Hughes . jSwincbtoad, ncal Kttole Men Lancas- Ky. the pll.c, i w, ti. r tt.in nr ri!n.inn ui tintniT flvp bottles I entirely cured. Tim, i mora Otttrta la Dili wttloa ol Wi fouwtir and Sanative ash have dono me. I live on farm and lutTft vorkl very hard. I am forty, five Tears old, and am tho mother of thirteen children. Many people think it strange that I am not broken dawn Willi hard work and the earn of mv fam. lly, hut I tell them of my jrood friend, your Vi'Rutaule Compound, nnd tliat tli ro will lc no lnckache and benrinff down pains for tlicmir they will take it an I have. I nin scarcely ever with, out it in the house. "I will say alco that I think there is no letter medlclno to bo found for Toiing girb to build them up and make them strouR nnd well. My eldest diiij?Mer luvs taken J,ydia E. Knk-ham'- s VcKetablo Compound for painful periods and Irregularity, and Unas .ilway8 helped ber. "I am always ready and williun to speak a good word for tho Lydia E. Pinkham's Remedies. I tell every ono that I meet to I owe my health and bap. plnesa these wonderful medJcineT.', airs. J.O. Jonxsox.ScottTille,MIcb., K.F.D. 3. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com. pound, made from nativo roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or barm, fill drugs, and y holds the record for the largest number of actual cnre or. remaie diseases. All kinds ot grass seed, Pence vogeiaDic uom 1 Half Price. I Gummins I .. fr. 1 6 -- 1 NewH-Journa- l. 1 & Wearen, 1 B i. King GOWANS STANFORD, KY. 18 Externals In. 1 ,...,, " ' aa, "! 1TORE THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER 4 MARX CLOTHha mWB aaiJMWMJMati MLWMi WHLWkWLWkW W. " I- cat-ed- PI ELD J ST ONLY Is SEEDS THE BEST V r' 11-- FIRST NATIONAL BANK, a t W rest-denc- e W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD. KENTUCKY 1 c RHsghes W--: O. Marti The Famous JROT& BEEMN10WN Wbw is -- s has been lccelved bote of tM death at her home in ArhUnd, Oregon ot Mrs. Luclen Lewis, wife of a fo- -. n. ei Lincoln tounty resident She pass ed away on 'January 20, and Is mi' vlved by her huiband, but no children Ihu loss of this young matron come ns u severe blow to the young for she was but 30 years of age BETSY'S POINTERS! youu; mid In tho prime of hnppy Molly low It I th- -t when 1 asktd They had been marr'ej tolks marry without n ccr.t In their womanhood. nbout soven years. pockets, nur a lilend nor a pedigree, they generally mako n big success of Uul Molly sajs tlwt's a. hiwvon tmpossllilo to pre It While It Is often like tho Lord startncoldont, It Is never linpos made inatolt, Just vent nn and IIvo. If ou wish Jo It Is not bevond ed Adam arguments ovr grocailes, do vrHifar ditcrlpni bo propared hlble to DtUrt Dvtrytrt. If ml it yrnri, settle nil dmlcrtoilHitiariitaiiiicycftu nnyone'i purre Invest UG conts In s your trading at Coffey and Coleman s. . Company bottle of Chnmbei Iain's I.lnlment and The Standard Oil To Hunt's CHll.ornla - peaehes, aprl-cutyou aro prepared for sprains, brulset-ni-i (IncorporaWl) invai n in oiuinie.- Hud Hawnllnn Sold bv Penny's tilno apple J like Inluilos wo irvu 'uom in iurj l)i ug Stoic quallthw Hunts supreu.e uuiiii), ina can no pr miuou "um llncBt that Mi nnt corner lot In it i lM Cor Sale Or we can get you Homo and Farm tuperlor nualltv, bupe lui In tvery re' lp interfnr journal order your pert, smpassea cni) Ly n "' m Ile-is Honn 'nri i;ond t vwi containing about 2 4 or an ,,adc8 ,,onlo jcurliai 0r Saturday one )eni, ln Hui'tH htvA xnocnoear, Good Itousekcen n? preme quality smnllT fruit ar ' n t excellont but nero splendid building site foi real- - Kvcnlng Post, 10 s lid In oir eiuwal Uvenlng Post tbroo rjiilto as fancv aa the others six mouths, the nnd business house donee I'rlco( 'Q cau Rave you monoy COFFEY & COLEMAN, months and ta I J ono yeai for Stanford Ileal Ustato l.iuu Promt DUvery, Phon 196. J2. Vou can't beat this one. Now es hus-lan- d n JJP9R2WCTal5f7tr Til Dots Not Strain the Don't use a small, concentrated light over ono shoulder. It puts an. unequal strain on your eyes. Use a diffused, soft, mellour light thst cannot flicker, that etTual-Irthe work of tho eyes, such as the Kayo Lamp gives, and avoid eye strain The Rayo is designed to give tho best light, and it does. It has a strong, durable srtaanoiaer that Is held firm and true. A nev burner Mode of solid added 6trenEth. Elves and finished In nickel. Easy to keep polished. The Rayo is low prtccda but no otheriamp elves a better light at any price. Once a Rayo User, Always One. iiaMniRa We have provider. g a private rom with 3 comfortable chairs, g tables vvrlt'ng ma- - Jf the' time to make your SMK BHaPli' H terlals, fH and to of-- tele- - H Aviation Caps We haVethe yarn in White Black and all .colors CALL AND SEE US HUGHES, MARTIN & C03c ry uuuu h'nu'ne, ntaj ,i i -- phone which we will glad use have gj be (f our farmer friends JJ g make when Jg , they have buslnes" f U to traiuace In town f H If you wish to H close a deal of any 2 kind make use of this private room. - 1 pia', g B LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. Stanford, Ky. I a'aW STANFORD. r.NTUCKY 1 FAUN FOUR Below Cost it THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUESDAY, MBHUARY 14tfi, flit ! THE FARMERS Farmers aro plowing now. lor all of harness traco chains bacx bands etc., soo J. C. McClarx. Wo lmr Just received two cars ol I'lonecr and Adrian vrlro fence, In .ten different kinds, call and bo con lnccd ng to what you want. Pence kind Droa. H-t- Attention Poultry Raisers Sick Fowls Don't Pay, Droopy Hins Won't Lay. Why take chances against dftSMf 2 A UK drops of Bourbon Poultry Cur0 In tha jnkter keeps fowls strong, vigorous and thrifty, protect a them against disease and puts them In prima condition for It Is the only remedy that osjn be depended upon t6 euro roup, Cholegg-layin- For Only Thirty Days, Come early and get picked goods. Now is your last and only chance to get what you want for little money. Everything in the house AT AND BELOW COST! BOYS' OVERCOATS BEST MAKE MEN'S SUITS - $4.98 $85.00 Suit at - - - $17.98 $8.00 Coat at - - - 16.48 7.00 Coats at -3.98 22.50 Suit at : -3.48 20.00 Suit at - - - 13.98 6.00 Coats at 12.98 5.oo Coats at -3.48 16.00 Suits at 9.98 4.00 Coats at - 2.98 1B.80 Suit at 2.78 12.50 Suit at - - - 7.98 3.5o Coats at 10.00 Suit at - - - 6.48 ODD PANTS, OF NEWEST We hare 200 odd and DESIGN. end which old from si eno $5 to $15. All go now at 3.48 $6.00 Pants at -BOYS' KNEE SUITS Col D. K. Karris, of Crab Orchard, Bold hla tobacco In Danville Inst week cents. Ho at an average ot 12 bad about 1,600 pounds. L C. Arnold bought thrc0 - car-olfitters and a fat cow from Ureen Adams Tor 73. Ho got three Xrtni Pedro Orcer at S40 and two from Mm. llnetlacgcr for 27. For Sale. Double Standard Polled Durham Short Horn Hulls, model forma and choice breeding. 200 bushels reclcand seed oats. COO balafl timothy bay. A. W. Carpenter. More-lan2 2- Fot Noln j car old muIr Friday al IH3. Carter iold to D. U. 3 two WHY LOSE VOUR FOWLS' cslri .simply because It destroys the germs era and which cause IKese diseases. One 60 rent bottle tuakos 12 gallons of medicine. Kvery Poultry raiser would keep a bottle of this medicine on hand, OUR BOOKLET ON "DISEASE OP FOWLS CAUSE, ASK SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT," 18 FREE. YOUR DRUGGIST FORIT. Qat Best. A demonstration will be given on the street here Monday, County court day, by a gentleman representing The Sharpless Separator. Bring your wife in and see it. The Sharpless World's The Tubular Cream Only One Separator, ' iflSSSSSSSSSSSSsl For Bale. Balod hay In any quan. tity. Mra. Mattlc V. Klrby. For Bale 8om nice yearling sow, brefl to Black Berkshire vubjvct to register; due to farrow the first of February'. J. S. Carpenter, Mt. Salem, Ky. 5- -4. $10.00 7.50 6 50 5 00 Suit at - - Suit Suits Suite Suits 4 oo 3:50 Suit at at at at at $6.98 - 5.48 - - - 3.78 - 4 48 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 MEN'S OVERCOATS pair or so of coming three yrr old horse mules, In nice sbape. FTans: upoonnir.ore, jiowmuu. v430, M, O. Kennedy sold two cows to D. - 3.78 Kennedy for 87 and bought a sow 5.oo Pants at ' o QQ 'and 8 ahoats of Christ Wcyler for 38. 4.oo Pants Arch D. Stevens bought of W. H. 2.48 Drawn, his 'farm of 63 acres In the 3.5o Pants at 2.15 Sweeney section of Garrard for 11,000. 3.oo Pants at -Purchased 20 acres with fine 2JSo 'Pants at -1.98 Mr. residence on same, from J.- F. Holts1.48" clw", "of. near Xahcastcr, for Vf.OOB, Zoo Paats!at .8tephpns and Renfrow sold their to RUBBERS Ibacco at Danville at 7 to 8 cents. crop of Solid With Buckle an si Cloth Amlerson & Naylor sold their cents. tobacco at 7 Top There wore about 100 cattle on th n.arket hero court day, and everything $1-9- 1 S2J25 Rubbers at brought gcod prices. Butcher stuff 2.00 Robbers at : 179 cold from 4 to 4 cents while better went and J 50 Rubber 98 gradescrowd to 5town. over. There was a big in Ior S.ile.-- A at V a - - 4 2 at l.oo Rubbers : 3 $22.50 Overcoats at $14.98 2o 00 Overcoats at 12.98 8.48 15 00 Overcoats at 12 5o Overcoats at 7.98 lo 00 Overcoats at 5.98 Some in Rainproof with Presto collai. It is New SHOES 75c Rubbers 50c Rubbers $4 00 Pant at at : : 64 39 f 'Co). Jack Chum's Crop BRINGS HIGH CORDUROY PANTS PLE'8 AT WAREHOUSE. PRICES PEO- - at : 3.5o Pants at 3.oo Pants at : 2 00 Pants 298-- at . , 68 lor the sale of tobacco in Danvlllo 2 34 Ta8 ma(Ie lat week when Col. Jack a nw' IT cropcents'- as 'pound for" sold follows: ills 2 The highest average of the season jq Chinn, of Mercer got an average of ll-hTs weed. 130 pounds 135 405 475 Please mnil me by express two Last year we lost an entire hatch quarts of Bourbon Poultry Cure. No from white diarrhoea; this year we In poultry rait have used Dourbon Poultry Cureand one who la an their drinking water continually cr ran ntford to be without this valu have not lost any. "Wn highly recomable medicine. It does all you claim mend It to he all you claim for It, and and more. I take pleasure In recom- w attribute our success to the uso of Lexington, mending It as the best poultry rome-d- y it W. R. Johnson & Sen, Ky. 1 ever saw. It It working like NOTE.--Thifirm won first prize My friend v?d color special for cocked .ku g''d magic In this county. who nre using it say they neter saw medal for bet blrJ In ahow at Misanything ltko It. People call me ovr souri Plate Poultry 8how. I havo been raising chickens for the phone and say, "My fo Poulsick, what must I do I" I tell them t (.early fifty years and Dourbon rcmo satisfactory use Dourbon Poultry Cure, and In n try Cur is the most gapes that I have few days they call me and say tnclr dy for cholera and birds aro sound and well. I hav0 a ever used. KyMrs. W. W. Kalnton, great many D P. Ilock chickens and For turkey? and chickens Dourbqn 125 of, the finest M. U. turkeys Inthe State. I use this remery and never Poultry Cure does all that you claim Kan-gnno navc a sick rowi. it gives tnem for It. It Iyou havelike acenU at hun to take a Citr. would itrength and vitality and makes their plumage bright and glossy. Soo my dred samples with me and distribute breeders. 8. A. exhibit at the next state fair. Mrs them aineng the largoInd. Havens, Shclbyvllle, J. D. Cox, Ijwrrenceburg. Ky. NOTE Mr. Hncns was awarded NOTE. Mrs. Cox was awarded first Includ prize to Um bckt gobblur nt Kentucky tweity six ribbons on his fowls, at Mis lng first prue for best gobbler, State Fair and first prlsfe for best hen sourl Stntc Poultry Show. at Uluo Orass Poultry Show. 1 feel it iuj duty to gw my lestl livery year I have been losing from inotiy In regard to Dourbon Poultry 7fi to 100 chlckena from gapes, and I Cure I bought jom0 turkeys that had nbout concluded not to try raising A'ere r.ffeci'.t v 'ill chnlura and r.iup. any more. I got a bottle of Dourbon ind I used It nnd did not Inso a 'In Poultry Cure, and used it according tn clo bird In my flock. I think It is directions, only a little more freely, as', h i,M, ..iltrv ,..m',dv I know of. mlno was a case of jear of Infection. ,you re privileged to use my name to iiuw 1 nave iw chicks, an uiriuy anii,tnc public or to your customers. giuwioK nicoiy, ana noi n "gapey- - hftVC be)n raising poultrT for many one nmong mem, in spue 01 me inci vears. and havo used many remedies that they have free access to a big of different kinds, and Dourbon Poul- wwu jura, wnicn is a Dre?uwg piarp try tur r tn0 best remedy I ever r the pests. Jlrs. Jeunu U. Mewns'llge(i. Mr. Ssllle Comptou, Perry. Lynchburg. V.v Wile, Ky. s u 1 1 W. H. Higgins. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Stop ,J and lake a Look ! man that wants something good to eat at a bargain to give our show window a look Sat. Feb. 11. It will pay every woman and L. L. SANDERS, 2 Crab Orchard, Kentucky. HUAL TELEPHONES. . J HATS John B. Stetson. In Patent, Vici Gun Met2 98 $4 00 Hats at : al Calf and Tan 3 50 Hat at 2 78 2 15 $4.oo Shoes now $339 3 00 Hat at : 3.5o Shoes now 2.98 a 50 Hat at 198 3.oo Shoes now 148 234 2 OO Hat at : 2.5o Shoes now 1.98 1 50 Hat at 79 2.oo Shoes now 1.68 1 00 Hat at : Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. WRITE ME FOR PRICE8 ON HIGH GRADE I back and get your monoy. So confident are we ot the ettlcacy of this clean, simple treatment, that wo mak0 you thin unusual offer. ZEMO Is a clean liquid for external use that has cured so many cases o? eczema, pimples, dandruff and other forms of skin eruption. Zemo and ZEMO soap nre sold by druggists ov. erywhero nnd In Stanford by Penny'8 DniK Store. ZEMO and ZEMO soap Skin Affections are the most economical a well as the cleanest and omst effective treatment WHETHER INFANT OR GROWN ror affections of the skin or scalp, ERSON CURED BY ZEMO whether on Infant or grown person. c c pounds at. ...20c pounds at., .16c pounds at.. 17c 290 pounds at.. ,20c 225 pounds at.. ,20c 245 pounds at.. 19 195. pounds at. .20c 180 pounds at.. 18 500 pounds at.. 13 205 pounds at.. ,20c 220 pounds at.. ,19c 440 "pounds at. .17c 325 pounds at. . 15 290 pounds at.. 15 at.... 19c We hare hundreds of teatlmonfals like these, In our circulars and booklets. The remedy does the work.or there prominent poultry raisers wouldn't say so. They wouldn't buy.lt and then lie about it It It failed Try nnd see for yourself what it will do for your fowls. NEW 8TANFORD DRUG CO., T. P. CURRY SON J. R. MOUNT, 80N & CO REYNOLDS & EVAN8 STANFORD. DANVILLE, LANCASTER, JUNCTION CITY. FARM FOR 3ALEI On the Crab Orchard and Lancaster plkti 2 miles from Crab Orchard containing 63 acres. 10 In cultivation, about 40 In grass, 13 In panture, well watered, good dwelling and barn, place In good condition. Apply to C. Wylcr, Crnb Orchard. 12 8 KY. KY. KY. KY. MR. FARMER: Make your home as modern for your family sj a ice, residence, and place yourself in a puiilion to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of out telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest offico or write direct to leadquarters, Nashville, Tcnn., for information regarding our special "Far men' Lint" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee. Miisissippi, Louinana and the Southern portion of Indiana and III in oil. EAST TENNESSEE rEL. A TEL. CO. (IXCOSrOHATKDI TTwrpwrrrs i c - NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE MARDI GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES Tickets B l-- . mU February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 1911, 117 ExtcMtoa f wit PriTttotf letmrmlBl utU STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS m nil PAITICUURS, CAU M AMY TICKET ACCXT, PH a GK3KNT NOTE. on warn W. A. BCCKLOf. If. C KINO. Vumapt mi Tkktt AfM. (kari lssalsr Asn4. BiiVihu. CJaclnmH, O. I0f B. Mala Sen. Uxlaftoa. Ky. Isf Karca tHi, 64 HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED Penny's Dnn; Store says to every PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. who 'has on Irritated, tender or itch-fu- g akin to como to our store and proAs 1 have decided to quit farming. WILLIAM a. BURNETT, cure a bottle of Zemo and a cake or on BOURBON 8TOCK YARD3. LOUISVILLE, KY Zenso soap and If you aro not enKentucky Agenc, for Owl Brand. Established 1901. tirely satisfied with the results, come Thursday February 2J 1911 u in o'clock, I will sell my farm ot 191 miles soulb-wej- : acres 2 of liustonville near the IlradfordSTille pike In Lincoln county, In one of the best neighborhoods in Kentucky This farm is well improved and good 'ind, watered by seven noor failing springs, one neTer falling spring pip ed Into a splendid mule barn 70xbi COTTONSEED MEAL AND ZEMO SOAP An Unusual Offer person, &e it man, woman or child, ftv Public Sale and Rental r.i o Sell We Cordially Invite You To Sell Your Tobacco Over Our Breaks 2 Your Tobacco At The People's Tobacco Warehouse With seven active, competitive buyers, representing the largest factories in this and foreign countries, makes Danville as good a market as any in the burley disWith the best lighted house in Kentucky, with a trict. tobacco auctioneer with no superior on any break, coupled with experienced tobacco men as floor managers to show you how to place your tobacco to the best advantage, tells .the story why we can serve your interest just a little better Don't forget the name. than the other fellow. We sold last week over half million pounds in five days and have sold since January 1st over a million pounds. As usual we topped the market on highest price, $23.25 and the best individual average on entire crop 10,000 pounds at $15.50. Danville Tobacco Warehouse, INCORPORATED. Walnut Street, Danville, Ky. Fre Iasiirance, Free Stable, No Charge for Rejections. at all times without having to bt near .barn Is corn crib will barrels of corn, these build rings are covered with besvrtde of tin. AUo new tobacco barn 72x91 will bold 12 acres, a good brick C room dwelling, cistern at door, all necessary out buildings In good re pair, nice orchard, fencing complete!? new all over farm, all in grass but 70 seres, farm will be offered In two tracln f near 100 acres each. South tract has tobacco barn, tenant Uouso oc It, north tiact has dwelling ruu!c bam corn crl(b, out build Ikigs and orchard, and then offered as a wholn Terms eusy, made known on diiy of ale, same day will offer stock and crops about COO bales of bay, corn hons. sheep, 1 splendid Jersey cow I yearn old, 2 Jersey heifors will be fresh In spring, 2 mares gentle ror old horse good lady to drive, 1 wcrkor and good driver. 1 year old Mlly, 1 bay horse colt, two wagons, Z nuggies l nmuur, hay rake, dlso harrow, cultivator, and plows, X tobacco setter, 17,000 tobacco j ticks othor things too numerous to mention, 2 shares of ilustonvllla tele I phone stock. Possession of fann given oiarca i, Wll. For any Information call on me. N. W. PIPES, liustonville, Ky. DiiMDcd. bold S00 het furnishing fresh running water The house that sold a million and a half pounds in January, The house that sold the highest priced basket of tobacco at Danville. The house with the largest and best skylights, being double the ordinary size. The house that sold a crop lot at the highest average. The house that can shelter 100 loaded wagons. The house that can furnish 100 warm, comfortable stalls. The hoese y, i t ith the largest capacity in the city. "i. The Peoples Tobacco Warehouse, One block from Q& C. depot Perryville Street. Daivilli SBIsfflffttfli Ky. East Tennessee Phone 50, alio the Bastin Phone. mmmm&' 1 iin !.', in i., a 01 lWI.NlH.lt jy ,1