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The Stanford interior journal: February 17, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911021701_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 17, 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 17th, 1911 II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE "BOODLE AND BOOZE" Hutdeld struck the ground than tho ART EXHIBIT A ENTRIES TO JUDGE'S CUT OUT MAY WIN THAT FOOTRACE negroes Jumped oa them. With wea ltor. Andrew Johatoo who la con will deliver ducting revival tervlcea clubbed, they struck down the RACE CLOSE SATURDAY SPLENDID SUCCESS his famous temperance address In YETSAYS WILSON TOBACCO MEN ron men Hatfield received two (ear Mr challenge has been mlsconitru-ed- . while Proacheravllle Sunday 19th 11 A. it. I do not propose to race with fill blow In tile face both of hli jaw A great crowd Is expected. Special Methuselah nor any other antediluv Ballard was REMARKABLE TALENT P088E88- - music will bo rehdered for tho oc CHARLES A. HARDIN PUTS UP ian. From the description slvcn of ANOTHER TOBACCO MEETING THREE HIQHLAND FARMERS SHOT bones being broken, while $800 All Am Invited to attend. ENTRANCE casion. FEE HAS the Crab Orchard racer by his histor CALLED FOR STANFORD Knocked unconscious by a terrific lick ED IN LINCOLN COUNTY 6UR AND BEATEN ROBBED ical coadjutor-todd- y cr NO OPPOSITION. SATURDAY TO SETTLE ou tho back of head. With their vie . JAIL GUARDED AGAINST PRISES MANY VISITORS one might think nis racer Methuselah Bred Poultry MATTER. In blood, tho negroes Unit) wallowing Pure Is a horse It It were not for MOB. Commonwealth's Attorney, Charles HJntt rifled their pockets, iocurlng tho aum kissing propensities. A. Hardin was hero Wednesday and his Tho Woman's Improvement Club of BECOMNIQ And of 93 from Hatfield. They then Jump POPULAR IN LINCOLN deiosltod with Chairman George U would If I were to run with him ho The final effort to organise the cut" likely break ranks to kiss a glory Threo I'Otivllle negroes, Louis Qre cd Into their buggy and drove rapidly Stanford covered Itself with Tenny, of the Thirteenth Judicial Dis- baby or tako a toddy with his coadju out movement In tho hurley tobacct 80ME OF THE BREEDERS. with tho Art Kxhlblt on Tuesday. In nnrv (Ti.rtnv tnlinoin ami n.i.l Hi...-- 'tntvmd Dfinvllle. Yours for younger district will lake idaco Saturday when trict his check for J 8 00, being tho tor attorney. People living In the neighborhood every way this unusual exposition of kins, attacked, shot, beat up and rob JOS. BALI.OU . mass meeting will again bo held In entrance feo fixed by the committee name. by so Pure bred poultry Industry Is be bed threo Lincoln county (oUcco men, of the affnlr. hoard tho shooting nnd tho artistic talent po p esscd tho different counties of the district. for the primary election called for 1). O. nallurd, Deatheragejtho rooani of the wounded men, nnd many people of Stanford and communl, coming quite an Important feature of March 4 th to nominate a democratic Clarenco Chairman Bradley Witson of the cam Little Soi ty was a complete success, and on farm and city life In Stanford, and tho nnd K. II. Hatfield, two miles from as Mctluffey took them to his home polgn commltteo declares that false candidate for Circuit Judge to be vot every hand the public spirited women list ol Is growing each town on the DanUllo pike Monday. and telephoned for officers and a ph reports liavo been sent from Lexing ed tor In November. OF MR. AND MRS. F. P. PEAK night, and robbel Hatfield or I93.'slilau. Dr. W. II. O'Dannon respond-I.eavln- who made posslblo this- most meri- year. Ono of tho largest breeders In ton concerning tho alleged failure of Saturday February 18 Is tho last DIES IN LOUISVILLE. the white men wounded and'ed nnd dressed their Injuries and en torious display wero showered with tbo city la Den Wcaren who has al- day for entrants In the race to ithe movement. Ho says that tho old compliments and congratulations upon ready this season received orders for bloody on tho ground, tho ncgroei, "Mod ihem to bo drlien homo while burley county leaders are now ready thoimelves, and If there Is no James llnnkln Teak, the drove to Danville, where two of them tho wngons were taken on to Danvlllo their work. So appreciative seemed over 600 eggs from his Kellerstrasi other anDOUnced candidate by then, old pon of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. P. Peak, to come In If the Independent couneveryone of what the ' women havo'siraln of White Orphlnglons. Among ol Iiulsvllle, died at their homo there Orccory nnd Johnson wero captured by their lilend ties will fhow what t'icy can do, and fec' tho last Sunday morning. The '! ha" Deputy Bherilf W. S. Kmbry nnd done In this line, that a proposal that tho other cltUens of this section of primary r1.1. U.P lhe..cn.lrancc nnd Mr. tho little ono were brought remains of for this reason he U urging the Indeeurlj rticsday morning by Deputy hero Tueswill bo called off this Art Exhibit be made and annual tu0 county who aro raising the pure day irornlng and laid n pendents to to do Sheilff W. 8. Kmbry nnl Chief of re, Chief of Pollio n. D. Carter Hoc.ircd event, nnd enlarged and rest in extended In breeds, and tho strains they favor aro: Hardin declared thc nominee by thu family burying ground to beside the something. make last effort his lice 11. I). Carter. Hawkins tho third a good description of th0 negroes from scope la certain that he will grandparents, the late Mr. and Mrs, with hearty endorsement W. B. Wearen Whlto and Bufr Or- committee. It negro got away from the Danvlllo of., tho wounded men and struck out nt on all met Mr. Wilson telephoned the Interior have no opposition, and is sure to bo Jaindi F. Peak, parents of Mr. F. V, sides. The Woman's Improve- pingtons. Wo townrd Danville In pursuit. fleers who saw him, but nt the time tho next Judge of Uio district, as tho Peak. The little on0 was 111 but a Journal that ho will be here Saturday ment Club has done a good thing Huv. D. M. Walker S. C. Rhode oi pneumonia, not know he was i member of the rhlng there, they enlisted the aid ut and Is deserving of the thanks of tho runerai to addrcsb tho meeting himself. He .r,n,iin i. u. b'w . . .r.- .- nniiu .. ...g.. . ...0 .,, lsand Red J. services were conducted at the home police, and uiresteU Gregory I'he gang. coin, Boyle, Mercer and Garrard give of the llttlo one's parent at 2533 St. says Hint tho reason for tho failure community for Its progrcsslvencss. J. C. McClary White Leghorns. Uiegory and Johnson wore lodged nnd Johnson at their homes In the a rellablo democratic majority. Mr. Cccolla, by llev, rteid, of the Bap- of Hon. J. N, Kehoe to appear here Tho display of art work In plcturo A. C. Alford -- White Leghorns. in Jail here, and minora that a mob 'notorious "Creek" Hection of that city painting, necdlo work ana china paint tist church of 26th nnd Market, cd Monday as was advertised Is that Mr W. P. Klncald S. C. Buff Orphlng-ton- Hardin was already being congratulat- which they are members a number Kehoe couid not get away from his Uregory saw that the game was up would come In from the Highland secIng nil dune by Lincoln county people ed as "Judge" by his many friends of friends accompanied the sorrow-lu- g nnd he was unable to find tlon, where the wounded men live, nnd readily admitted that ho had don0 wag n revelation to many. That thli here on hlo visit Wednesday. parents back to their old home to business Albert Phillips Whlt0 Leghorrs " r.r- - Wednesday nigni. Biierui," wero """"" Ia their little one in Its laiit rostlng some at that late hour to take his harbors . maliv rpal ... K. L. ltelnunrt Buff Leghorns started mo place. Among them were Mr. and place. Mr. Wilson asks that all who W. L. McCnrty with deputies. County that th white men wm j.umj The Tom Coleman Auconas. John Dell, Mrs, Kate Dell, Mr. Peak. have pledged books still to make evUNIQUE CASESON Jucge J. P. lUIIey. Jailer Dink Farmer trouble by re using to glv0 them road i Qf & Trugf the father is a former Lincoln county ery effort to secure signers as he be- Itussell Brown S. C. It bode Island Night officer Mceks kept guard In to pass In their wagons and began e O(fco ,n whch d liv nn1 linn iiienv fslAttiln Viapa ! Kedo. Is said that wng mft(Je lnat tnero ,s a '""Hd chance TRIALATLIYINGSTON jwlil' deeply sympathize with him and,"0 Iront of tho Jail. Jailer Farmer gavo shooting a' them first. It wu a TOrue of Dr. D. K. Proctor Whlto Orplng-tons- . his wife In this hour of nlfllctlnn. stilt for tho movement to go through weapon to protect them trouble was started by tho ncgroei tho prisoners oenoM Tl0 pIcturcg I They have one other child, n little 'and bo a success. Ho docs not be Mires. A cumber of negroes from with while men before the tobacco locf hung upon UlQ wn,g nm, ,ho BUY- - girl.' CITIZENS CHARGED WITH W. M. Bright Buff Cochins. ttw lieve that there will be tobacco grown ,, M.icksvllle, congregated on the street .wagons got out of town, nnd that nalldlwork artanRed tMcn t0 thc U. C. Withers Buff Orplngtong. STOLEN COAL FROM LITTLE .this year In tho burley district. He on r.egroct. turned and came back Hi henl a(UnntnKC. Ko ora, ,, behind thc Jail, and romnlned nt CHILDREN. .Mrs. It. L. Borry Brown Leghoms. says that the sentiment Iu nil In favor Marriage Licenses g.iuid raoa of the night Many of Macksvllle nnd frocurcd pistols, before counlry fMr cver comparod wltn tn, Mrs. W. J. lloltzclaw Buff Orplng-tons- . t of the and wants Lincoln coun- guns and revolvers going to Danville ngnln. exhibition. The members of the Club them hnd shot Livingston. Ky., Feb. 10 C0UNTY Many tobacco men who me taking gurved ,ieic0llg refreshments of CLERK COOPER KEPT ly t0 8lay in "ne t0T Dot'er Prices. and It Is understood Ifcht their plan' Mrs. J. M. Crcsb Brown Leghorns. An unusual court scene was witness- A great many of the rank and fllo to help protect tho negroes In their crops towaid Danville now nro fre chocolate, sandwlchei and cakes Tho I. a poultry ed here Tuesday, when 24 of the lead 1 wilt soon nro dissatis of tho olHBtf?l3'-je.letattempt carrying long guns nnd nro ready to and K1UC n)l wno cnl),e n t.ordlal we,. Afldlt.ift Im J. fflft SlmAj start tnA mm . vlft n t Jail should u mob come In and IaI u H.M1111111 fied wllb JtSiSfusal to go in on the iii wiih.ii iiiusu wtiu cfifti ing ciuzcus oi 1LI- - 4tSl vmuge "vie whs iniitj Il kind. co,e II Itinttr lint fliero was n goodly attend- - or lowls to sell may carr.. an adver- - haled into court-tto buch them. They built a fire In the ictlst another attack of thli "u"1.' I'lrirL "w " 'tnM u CHt out. A committee on investigation answer a charge Tl,e8,la' but thca ?!'n0" slrvct nnd n shot or two was heard during tho season ,0f buying coal which was alleged to becn 1,u"y lssuInS marriage license mad0 thu report thls wcek: L it tlsement of tamo . in the night from their camp. Those Wa81cro:df,V'- DarSt -- NeW aild have been stolen by .mail children d'lnK the past few weeks and from, LexlnEton, Ky., Feb. 13. 1911 wore white hnnd-- j to date he believes who carried aims . representing 'from different coal yards and tars the record ..We the, committeo ,on of 10 cent8' ncUed a nent kerchlcls tied around their nnai, and popuLAR YOUNG COUPLE WED ulas ,a'r ec"'J0 lne recora the Loyal Tool Counties, Mason, 8". s which are standing on the tallroad but barely enough to reimburse the 13H- they seemed to bo well organised Moreland. Issued r,g0I1( " Licenses HERE WEDNESDAY. heie. It seems that a number j"""" y Grant and 0en. good women for tbolr trouble and ex-- . d .. lm, AiFAfl trkantaal IrIA wc,e ,0 of half starved youngsters go out with nfter maklug a thorough Investigation renso ( ,n ttl0 presence of a few Intimate ...... ln promoting tliLi creditable fx--,1 Mr. nnd Mrs. James II. front of Iho court houso, but Sheriff o.ucmib jiuuigumery ami .miss nf ,hu r ,ho Ptlfllt more-ure,' baskets and gather up coal which' I,,. defraying the -- ost to get back Prutu ot haa fa,len ofr nov. J. J. Dick- - bJbllIu" Mccarty wnrned them Lena Eates' who were marrled at tn ment and after visiting and conferring vlsItlng tlielr gon Mr. c. u fndh and loved ones, car8 Jn ihe yards and prues. lunctlon City. home of Green Martin, near McKinnej where they belonged telling them that on Wednesday evening said tho )n vlth the officials ot the Burley Tobac " W. H "adding, of Danvlllo' I, a mob did come I. U might fare Jh city co unci, a m Norland whlch 0IW urn! wlf.i ",1U '- ,H ne"e execpuonany talented Mr. 'V""" Kin; : spent a few days, -- "co Society and tho officials of the Bur -', any negroes found In tho nd j,g Anna tyarhi man Imdlv with paBtor the ,Iu?tnvllIP nn ordinance Imposing a fine of ?2.:.0 Johnson who wero married at Rev ,ey Tobacco Union, believe that 'the x along as Imien' hro' Jonos on ho 29th of januai, near Biuati0n warrants honest effort! by neighborhood. preached nn Interest- u'7 ,lne8' was chosen made the; ,ptllt riio ceremony was pcrformwl at tbo Mch ouo who mlght b,,y tllli Cannon's o different oxhlblti nnd King's Mountain." k s,..rmon nt the Union church Inn l,p0,n . Em,,.. interested In the Bever.il horsemen camo Into towu . om of (ne orde oll the Duddorar' t n re - coal from the youngsters. As of the vnrious tuii'la early In the night, but no other signs M1, plkC( tne 0d fasWoned homo b- - awrd nvhii.u in ot, prizes oto the iiirii t for nndp left a regular nppolnt- suit warrants wero served unon 24 Hansom Young and Miss Nancy L. movement In both Independent and iiAM, second and fourth Sun ' dlT" , " I was mougni , of n mob were visible. bcauluUy arMnged nnd decorat, L.ar.rlcr' Were wedded nt the borne of hX. V ... " ", T.'r. wmio i.ee i'niitt nns neen vis- - well known cltlkens and the trial of j. n. carrier ln tho waynesburg sec- - joyai pooling counties, to resvond to ,op ti,e . that perhaps tney camo in 10 rcconnoi- the call of the Burley Tobacco Union tl!o yo'ung people had kept hal .ta.?.!. d,"Cr'n".nnte taS' ter the sttuat.on, but f.nd.ng that tho "ISlLJ" AC ""w0 Hum -- . A... .wm.i. ..,.v.u.j w ..uv..u..w tlon. . for a general meeetinc at Lexington of II.U DVlVCllUlin Ui IliU liriZe Ufl.n lUIierS ail .:i. iIHIJII L)JiUB Willie Jenkins and Miss Sallle Jen- - tho Burley Tobacco District, on Febru all wa'i well guarded, reported back ... iocr,,, woii and newp 0f the wed where he had been on a tew came up to prosecute the canes while mado by Mrs. Harding gave general kins, who were made one at tho home ary ;o, 1911 at 1:30 p. m., and as a ihat bloodfhed would probably follow dlnR cauiicd much surprise among satisfaction, and seemed to bavo puik"?," TV. n, enm K.,n.inv nrtr. Attorney 0. C. Williams, of ML Ve. Of llev. J. M. Cook In Highland on ' mnimltten renresentlne Old Loyal nn attempt to get th0 negroes out nnd tnolr many friends. Both aro vcr- men represented tho defendants. One lie approval. A vote was nllowed each noon with relatives here and Inform- Feb 'h bncli them. County Attorney Burch Il0pUar and have the heartiest con vibiiur on me piece Pool Counties and ns a pooler, wo here oi worK wuicn nn ei nis nenus ui;u ne umu nut t"i case was uisiuisbcu .iu iuc tciuim u Luther Owens of Casey county and py earnestly request all recognized and officer rode but the Somerset pike good wishes of .all or 8h(j C011B,dcred b nations and D(n,8 wa fned ,2.50 and refused - ouinhorra in a few days where he will nnd ,h .. t . Miss Lou M. Prlvett, of the Green hold as lar ns Carter's place at Hall's Gap. wno kow Ulem. Tne brldo U tll0 mftke Ills, home 11117 III! ina His attorneys advised river section, who were marrlpd liv Loyal Pool Countleu to call and seats urdom Is uacK niter a hl,.k.,. to dissuade a mob from at- - only M,ght0r ot , j. I)arst. a promt- ...n&a mwilnx' n, fhplr eonntv " Mrs. Sam j. Embry who , Ith hli sister In Burn him to go to Jail but thc municipal Judge "".... in the court house. tempting to take the prisoners by cnl Lncoln farnlor an(1 ,. onn of tho Saturday, the 13th of February, 1911 'if,... d, , authorities wero afiatd to put him In to express their sentiment and deforse. thould men bo loiiud whu n.d nc,t K,r evcr niMiX ,n this state T, , 1,r. Harvey Hopkins who la teach f be heM, and to appoint a purjwse In view, hut they came sho ,. ,..,,.. and aUracilve nnd will , lnE near Stan ord spent Saturday and ' , , sires as to tho ? .... .. iuc, Casey Politics , no ono who seemed to inclined a delegate or delegates to attend said ,1Ul conUMUllon for AUorTev Casncr Williams ft who Is our new meeting at Lexington, Monday, Feru- toward taking thc law into tneir own 0 ,leBen.lllK young mnn who has Krabroldery-M- iss Margaret J5 'pht blacksmith nt Mrs. Priscllla Brown's rought tIl0 charges against his clients,' a ,Prl ine action ,iry M' O. , iiniiim. won her Mr. New land Is a son of handkerchief: Mrs. S. J. Km- - tl,n"' declared that such an ordinance ns WARMING UP OVER TWO RACES taken by lau .Mr. G. B. Prultt has returned after their counties and to vote l It had been expected that the ex P. nnd Is a snlendld youn !L THISYEAR. wnilI1 rtao Mrs WIMInm was attempted to be enforced was fPW ,,aV8 ,n Cincinnati. au,,nort tho a cut-onmlitlm? trial of thc ncgiu pnuuers man In every sense of the word. H.r KoVcrance Mri Jimm ?- -r c,h. Mm. C. ' Mr. J? K. Baughman has 30 steers cIwir,y unconstltuUonal and illegal. growers provided the r- . uUl u. woum mi mm uus M,mo tln,e ,le nag ueen cngngeu oh Kowc,., Mr8. j, W- - )rPiamj, Mrs. Shel-'o- n Middleburg. Ky.. Feb. 16. weighed them whenHe ,jad ttliu a city council had Just ensilage. He fihiir nt cnfH nipmlncr. sufficient cult court convenes Mommy nnd tho prhat0 gl.cro,a,y t0 the General Mana- - ton Saune,, Mrs. A. S. Price. Mrs. J. commencing to feed It and In twenty-a,,, ,m,n. Theio U going to bo something do- - ,.,. n,uch right to pass an ordinance , ww. v. jt .uh. . nn, m rranu jury win cer ,)f Ul0 Q. & c., at uanvine. nut . Carpenter. Mrs. II. P. OlaSscox.'gh, days they gained on an average thal any one wl0 might commit mux- - Ing In the political arena here before !",,'?." themselves to cut ,,, n, once, it was decided by the officers w( now nlnm 0 Unco, anil awat Mrs Mrg SnanklJ J" ,"f. of fort.e,pht pomlu8 to yhe iVeerder !n Livingston should be fined 3 the roses bloom. There aro two ene that their ensej go over for consider- - Mn Dflrst , the management of his Mr, Hazel atone, Mrs. S. D. Hartley. 0uo cow gained and forty af( Ulcr ha dlo paw Ule oruinnnco un- - trie In the sheriffs race. J. W. Fair ''11 l C. W. BURTON. .. nlion uy mill inquihiiunui uuujr, ou nice rami. Ho Is a progressive auu .M.k. Geo. C. Glvcns. Mrs John S. rivr nn.imla In Iwntv seven days. Mni. oio.- - belm: the hist to enter nnd John Is n "JOBK B. STDVENSON. lar nothing ha been heard of Haw- - Blll)stanta ounB rann, nnd Lincoln lPiulwian, Mrs l'rowltt. Mlhl.es Bes- Jason At Saturday evening Mrs. bucket t0 the cag0 and urther proceedings hustler. Mr. W. C. ItubarU, of Dunn-kin"T. J. (1UL1CK, negro, who tuadu his roimtv w) tho third Ule, has shied his caster In tho ring ,6 the gainer that he s0 lUchards, needier Newbern. of Taibol put some hot nslies In a wm he watched with Interest. "J. T. MARDIS. weipe. Jailer Dink Farmer raised a Jg )n )CCOmo permanent resident Hustonvllle. Mary nruce, LovUa Har-'nn- d reprcfientallve put them In tho buggy ifor the nomination for jtr. Talbert "C. W. ZUKIIN, fund of $50 to offer u n reward for )pn -ko hm nnd rls, Lllllu lloltzclaw, Lonn Palmer, ' shed which was connected with his Sno nfieds moro ivrk's Bad Boy." which Is to be' an1 Henry Thomas of the Casey "M. II.. BOURNE, his c:.i lur- -. Wednesday and that Borne Mf uoii'iv bride. They left for Jack- - l,cua Nnpler, of Crab Orchard, and frjokehouse, and hurriedly threw a nt the opera houso Saturday County News is not to have a walk "II. G. ALI.ICK, III ii. pilil lo ihe man wno uringi MUV1, nn iho asthos. hitch lioght sails only under Its own flag ever hv anv means. wedding trip Mr. Rubarts is Besile Spconamore ...iim, i..trnv mwr Ma- - on a In. All threo of the negro, nro h'ni Drawn Work. Tatting. Crochet, nnd ,j l0 t,,0 h11E8y nnd both lelt homo "' of the cleverest jnen nnd hli otner-fnncnnd tlcntlv donp tra-ework Mrs. Will N. Crnlg. woun thev got batk, sM M have had bad rccordi. Tho A BIGGER CONGRE3S. crnnd onera or Mends say he will get there with both 01 I ' s Dunvllle A(Uocato says that both John prlze on crochot wnlst, Mrs, Lama buggy shed were gone up In smoke to- society dinma, nor even feet It Is a republican fight though pent or tho Home aided uHndloy, Mrs. T. W. Pennington. Mrr gelj,t.r with about 600 pounds of pork coined). Th0 onl claim Is mat snow and It Is not our purpose to lo?o a Tb, demntiutH s'n and Grogory havo served 5ParksviIle, n, r ot tb Uruce, .Mrs. C. Fowler. Mrs. I. on8 barrel of Hour, two bushels oljJ:rMtee m" by a few republicans who declined to j. trntlar irms noment's sleep over It. The stnry of tho mid night hold-ube bound b ythe pary caucus, won w. Alcorn. Mm. Fred Gnrnott. Mrs. mPul a iot 0f small tannins tools g0"ne"and has a laughing' benefit for A "ttie inrnnt son or .Mrs. joscpn jol n Hnirni la In charge ot th .Vonda) night ns told by tho wound- - their light for an Increased roprcscn- - nettle Bush Mrs. Annie Kngleman airs ct0Cks etc. Ko Insurance. died Friday ninmlDs after soa.e thOin who osee It without troubllnc . Mrs. RolIIit ,.ii mm wtin wnrr limiiKiit in tuttu tntinti tn thn lnwtr iimneii of CuilKrt HS T..lrn- - nf Wn noRhiirir. them with any hard thinking. two weeks illness of pneumonia and.del)0 'n tne nhsence or B. Bollng Tues.lny mornliiR by Mr. J. L Jnrvli under the census of 1910. ?J!?0Zn M nm waB burK"d ,u the cemetery hero Sat I Mrs. G. A. Carter Is vwltlng Mrs. H Johnson. Miss Black Glveui, Mlsa, JudK0 Milton J. Duninm, iformrn 'lh l??J , J.UWsscox at Htantora. They voted down the republltaa can Mary Phillips, Miss Margaret Warren, congressman from the Eighth district PVery other country where the Kng- - urday afternoon. in n turn, after their wounds had becn Oscar Lanham, Ernest Tomes and A two year old son of William Pres dresjd. shows that U wos one or th cus bill to maintain tho membership at Miss Knthenne Lynn. Controller of the Treatury under Clevaillsh language is siioken that there la picture Miss JeanPaxlou piUe in ,and iawyer and statesman, died at'lltt'o need of repeating Its story. Tho Hlne vtlaon left this Tuesdny morn- - ton died Saturday night of brain fever boldest affairs of tho kind pulled off mi ns nt pr ent nnd then pais.d tho I C D. Hagan sold to II. C. Cash n ,,n,eacrlS Tho paginal Crumpacker bill llxmg tho ,)aHeU; Miss I.yles Cooper prize In' nU Ame'rlcan boy wM Is' ,nR t0 f,nd nomeu ,u Oklahoma in mi., tcrtlon In many ycaf-- . nol0 )n Lex,ngton this week, and two Membership at 3 on nnd after March crayon; Miss Knto Alcorn prizo In tUe remttns were brought to Lexing-- continually working off hli superfluous This makes seven fnmllles that havo sow and five pigs for which he recelv- men thnt they were nbo'U ed IJ5. wuter colors; J. T, Wllhlnion prbe In . mile flit of Stanfmd, nscendlng a hill 3 1913. f0f burial He was 87 yeais old. enor.ty by playing tricks upon those moved from this community to that W. 8. Armstrong has returned from' who he c,omea ln, cSn,tn' HJS State ln tto last threo weeks. Miss .Mary .... .. nulnber of years ho had ueenw Now Mexico should oil; Other exhibitors: They A. Itlce. If Arizona and near Ih0 homo of T. " A little two year old Infant son of Casey county, where Le bought a nice nm08f Warren. Miss J j f,1, ,n(ernal rovenuo collector. h.. t'.roe uagaim loided with their bo admitted to statehood they.wll bo Burdettc, Miss Clmrlotte Kuth ....... i. him. iIk.v wnr. inkim. in ihn ,,r hi. V..n,u.. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Snears was drowned drove of hogs. Tanner. n nnn ronreaeniatve each. brliiRlne Florenco Carter. Mils i i.k Miss Kuth Penn, of Gravel 8wltch. tv......'i... ......l.i ... nw... ..'i MUa Mntsv Grimes. . Miss Elizabeth M.fhii In many respects the "Peck'a Bad In Indian Creek Tuesday arternoon of ti,a .w... tr, i!ir. -. ...m lASATrri-- l PftR mM NExt TIME f(ll.t,i.tf ..IM,i..e ' a ne'v ..r,w. . 1... 1...IU-..- .. .. . .. ... .. .......w.. ,mv .. m a to ' lio" nf tho .. . lir.1.1. ... w .i..v..,, ...vaU..M.v r.nu lioueii iiniuoia were ou lal week Mrs. Spoors left II to go M,B8 returned Potustudy music under von P'caso but Uudge ..1prkg Uild Prese.nt f.e,?s.on .icuon oi imb iiuuan y what ino Wimm Uoy.. WnUe ite Bame MoUIbu " wagon, too fnr back to got ratified by tho Senate. The Houso J. A. Ireland. J. N. baunuem, H. u Allio W. Yodug is tho most powerful genflra, 8Cheme has been followed this l" a uo"60 tl.o tear ' , 1,JAa)r i;en Bowling nnd wife left here Frl.... Conl.lvoHr. n. In nrovloi years, there arc when she returned tho Into tho sirup, or holp their friends, leaders bolleo the Sonato will follow lughman Bessie McKlinney, John ionucai incior m V''7.,'- boy, and was missing and going to the creek day for nirmlnghara. Ala., where they Shanks, J. U. Carpenter, Messrs. Cole- smiling and calculating, ho U aiAays many -. -- , When nenr lb0 top ot the hill n tho wishes of the lower branch. ."',''"'"",- 8DecIaltles ; r.,..n.i il iifio ....V ?.. o u.vii inuu will visit relatives. manv ..... iiiuiiu i. iiiciDau uvmj iits u Undor the new reapportionment man and Joseph Hopper. bono nnd bucnv diov., nasi hurriedly . them at th proper time. Young isi.,,,, , lh. oninvnipni. Mlw Ova May. who has beon nttend Mrs. Slielton SaufChina Painting of water. nmi fr.tir.lnlmr hrp nemn. Tho nlan no state luies u member. Tho and ii. himself....,. could havei t .uHHiiuiufe uf,.v.. ln a class to Ing school at Lebanon, la at home ou .. ... dkipiimcimia mi inun a rni n nnt,. ...i.. i. .nr.n .,,, n,v ..i.i cm ni. r,tiinuiinir otaina enln tbn number In- - ley liruo: Mru. II. C. Baughman, Mrs. . account ot her eyes. w- CAMNITZ LOSE8. iiuam bevor- Dnham, aiw. Uuje h&a be ony Ba)d tn0 Uilt never toIIowh the use of Foley's tcntlou to It. . but saw the vehicle slop- dieted: While running from a falling tree. . Baughman. Mrs. m- . ... . . i- - Pninr.niint .. .i -i - -- i mice. Mrs. J. 8. ti. .kii. ii..i,... i. f.iiirn.ni . ctl.n8. tans Rltor toll ""-"- """ """' H Vork i A . Sto'i. lo,.w.ch ;, c I, lV H. Bhk.. m.. I. II. M0A.U..r. J,.. 1 I- .id. NEGROES ATTACK I I mlxer-attorn- pure-breede- n o Ar-d!- d I"' rn-,- n. iu. s. - - , , "" iu ,, cof-wu- -- I VLTl Z7 .... uo rh-irc- cut-ou- y AAr-9'- . o v.ii, " "'. pton, Hnr-track- .,..,. &. m . "" - 1 cut-ou- ; i.. Y-- " '. ""IJT L Tlt" , .,, ,, ';;..' ..., ..... tiJnl VSEEl - ,.'....... v ,,', cut-ou- Mou-mm- pt.i s ' a ,,:,;,' ,... TifL. .,!. :.. ",'' 2 "2??. dy high-clas- " a p rvSE ' JJ, 1 - .- LS ,.u, ' ,..., .. "un J,, hW I m. " - '"I'" :L. .... 7"ZZ - f. . back. When cloo ou the tobacco Montana, g; New Jterseyj i imow wogoni ,the negroes pulled guns and York, 6; North Dakota, 1; Ofcto 1; rtallnrd and Hatfield Oklahoma. 3: Oregon. 1: South Da- .n fell off their wagons to oscapo the kola. 1; Texas, !; Utah, 1; Wanning. hall of bulles, while threo struck ton, 2; est Virginia, 1 Deatherago and ho wsb knocked off, 10,000 old brick For Balo.-A- bout Onc ot tho shots struck hltn ln tho shoulder, and two others in the for sale como quick If you want them loft M. Stanford. Hit Wp. No sooner liad Ballard and J. U. Florence. rii-in- c i 7.IMI.TH. i- wUi. i...nu ." pet mad. Just lake the last copy you traded a bad cold and cough and was bob and glance at the date en the, threatened with Pneumonia. Onewww.- , 1UU iviiumiib 6uiiwhicm wm iw received phiii 4hA lie O rule B iivucj nuu mi ,aDe' PP""e 'uu "- opiates, Just a pletely cured me." No Clnclnnutl this mom Ing to attend a Shu medicine. reliable household big meeting of tho Knights of Pythias ea,lon gars and Tanner. J, W. Ireland. R. T. Bruce, J. II. Woods' Found Two keys on small ring. . u,w. ww. w. , gamo b payInK for h. mu gea, rlng with initials J E. T. Bcazley. W. if. .. -4 Olvens. t T.... heward tor retua U Hiatus IJllBfM0, M. . "' . j Mrs. Clara D. Traylor. .IIIMt -,- t HUriULlll !., S.ai; Sii .i. I. IVUUUII. w . . - . ,.,,.. . .. ,omU Leaguo after considering tho death. ..n. . .. , The old. deceased was elgteen yeari u 2- against tho Pittsburg club for a bonu3 0f 1100, which Camnltz was to re-acre lot on Main For Sale. 1 celvo should his conduct bo exemplary u.,-..- f .n ,.ih.,iMinn.. i... h. NIIU MS WMVMUIim6t throughout the season decided.. that , . building site tor residence , tho mM.,. waa not war.BMU tC0, Stanford Ileal Estate. 1 .,... .,i "" THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. i lQ DOLLARS A MONTH, 1Q The II: One dollar per acre cash land one dollar per acre every month will get you a farmjof 10, 20 or 40 acres in Southern Florida. No interest on deferred payments, and no taxes to pay until all payments are made. f , I : I ; i it. Woman's H M a TOGETHER Entered at tho poslofdco at titan Thlity yearn of association think ford as second class mall. of It. How the merit of good things stand out In that time or the worth lessncss of a ba done. So there'a no POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Wf main work In this evidence of Thou, Arias, Concord, Mlsh., who writes: For Circuit Judge "I hao UBeil Dr. King's Now for 30 years, and Its tho best The Interior Journal Is authorised to announco Charles A. Hardin oa a rough nnd cold cure I have ever used'' It finds entrance In n home you candidate for Circuit Judge of tho Once pry These lands are located In the belt and healthiest part of Florida where the frot never files and where It out. Many families have Thirteenth Judicial dlstrist, at tho can't the lunmine glow every day In the year. Thla Is the best plan In the world to save tome of your earnings election to bo held November, l'Jll. used It forty yars. It'a the most Inthroat and lung medlctno on each month and at the same time have it Invested in good real estate which Is advancing In Value all the tlme... subject to Uio action of tbe Deruo- - fallible ITnequiled earst. for La grippe, asthBuy now while you can This land Is now selling for 30 per acre next year It will be much higher. ma, hay fever, croup, quinsy or sore you to go and lnvestlgate the land after making the purchases, and If you are get the pick.. Sixty days allowed botUnited States Senator Thomas II. lungs. Price 51 cents, $1. Trial Drug (Junrnntced by Penny's Round trip from Somerset $25. If you can't go now, make your purnot satisfied you money will be refunded. l'ayntcr will bo a candldato before tle free Store. chase while you can aet the pick and ycu can go and Investigate later, and If you are not pleaed, get your money tho democratic votnrr of Kentucky for back. If interested call and se us, or write for one of our booklets describing the country and lands. endorsement Ior another term In tho Judgo W. L. Dawson has been laid Read what Is said by some Kentueklans, who have bought some of ths lands. upper houso of congress. Senator up- for the past week nnd Walter Sinus that after seeing the land, he and Judge Redwlne County Attorney Redwlne of Elliott county, writes Fayutur vlll undoubtedly glva Ollle gleton haj driving rural routo (ft bought more than they had contracted fcr originally, and that they think the price wilt double Itself In j short James tho race of his life, and e No. 2. Mr. John W. Waddle and Mr. Meece, both of Somerset, have Just returned from there to make Investigatime. would not be surprised to tco him win. Mr. Waddle tells us he betion of this land and boOi were so well pleated that they bought land while there. O Pajntcr has made a useful public serDOING THEIR DUTY. Get In now while you can get cholee s'lectlon. lieves It will sell at $100 per icre In a few years. Act now notwithstanding tho fact that ho vant and write us to day. Are Learr has not had the penchant for getting Scores of Stanford Reader Kidneys. Ing the Duty of the COUNTY TO WE WANT 80ME GOOD AGENTS IN LINCOLN COUNTY OR MIGHT GIVE THE ENTIRE always before tho limelight that James VI CNE MAN WHO CAN MAKE GOOD. GOOD PROPOSITION TO RIGHT PARTES. has exhibited for many cars. The To filter thc blood is tho kidney' dUnlty In keeping with the lofty of- duty. When they fall to do this the fice Is well considered by I'ayntoi are sick. nnd Ms public service has been of thi Backache and many kldnev Ills folcbaincter which will bear the closesv low. WOODSON MAY Manager. Investigation. Vrlnary trouble, dlnbetes. Bonn's Kidney Pills cure them nil PHONE 240. SOMERSET, KENTUCKY. ROOMS 4 and 5 MASONIC BLDG. Stanford peoplo endors our claim The Houso passed the Canadian-reciprocitMrs. Nancy A. Ldgin, It. Mnln M . bill nnd it Is now up to Stanford, Ky., says: o Sale of Franchise express my now the Senate Canndn hailed wlthi Joy "1 scarcely Doan'show to Kidney PUN for fmtltttde to this fact. And tt M bellovtd that the benellt they brought me. When 1 Taft'a pet measure will hnvo eaiy nail- began to use thorn, I wn in a mlser-bl- e woman-hoo- d Many women luffer needlessly from irlhood-tPursuant to an ordinance adopted by ing through tho Senate, as ho Is wavMv back seemed to condition and from motherhood to old age with backache, o given out entirely and nt times the City Council at tbe regular meet- ing ,slep-lef- t, dizziness or headache. She becomes broken-dow- n tho big stick aloft. After reciproci liavo mo terribly. I often became so o pained ing held Feb. 2, 1911 the undersigned nervous, irritable and feels tired from morning to ty should com0 nnnuxatlon. The peo weak and lame that I wns almost o night. When pains and aches rack the womanly system at will on Monday Keb 27 1911 at about ple of tho two countries are bound prostrated. I was also annoyed by n frequent intervals, ask your sefkbor aktut 2 P. M., oiler for sa)c at public outfrequent desire to void the kidneys cry u telephone, franchise subject to by practically tho samo tics. Let's secretions and the pnases were acDr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription tho condlUons of said ordinance which make one glorious homogeneous nut Ion companied by nn Intense burning senon tho North American continent nnd sation. Learning of Doan's Kldnev la as follows: This Prescription has, tor over QO years, beta The City Council of the city of Stan be done with It. Canada is much Pills. I procured a supply nt Shugars d women, v caring delicate, weak, v ' "MS && ecHsoa &m ford do ordain as follows: & Tanner's Drug Store, nnd In view of more American that it is English. by the hundreds of thousands and this too In Section 1 That there shall bo sold I receied, I enn ghe terra the result the privacy of their homes without their hav TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS to tbe highest and best bidder for he highest praise. Doan'a Kidney Ini to submit to Indelicate questioning and the term of twenty (20) years a fran Pills not only relieved my backache, offensively repugnant examinations. I am now located on Fourth stroct, chlsn or privilege to construct, esPreachersville. J but restored ray kldnevs to n normal tabllsh, maintain and operate a tele with tbe best equipped stable in Dan-lll- e condition." Sick women are Invited to consult in confidence by letter free. Addreit phone system for public and private Kor sale b yall dealers. Prlco 50c World's Dispensary Medical Ass'n.R.V. Pierce, M. D., Pret't, Buffalo, N. Y. and will be find to see yo'i at meeting is still in of Stanford, Including use Thc Common Sense The D. Pibscb's Gsbat Family Doctor Hoot,edition People'spages, answers In the In the city conduits, subways anu progressprotractedMethodist church. On Poster Mllbnrn Co.. Buffalo New York. any tlino. And will show the ladta necessary at the 1000 olp agents for the United State. Medical Adviter, newly revised especially courteous treatmotiL manholes, wires, poles and other equip tho l&lh, being Sunday, Itev. Andrew Plain Esfllik hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married, Hcmember the name Poan's ind S. O. F. LOGAN. way over, raent, and also the right of ought to know about. Sent free to any address on receipt of 31 one-cewill deliver a lcc;uro on take no other. along, under, through and in the Johnson stamps to cover cost of wrapping and mailing only, In French cloth binding. streotf, avenues, alleys, parks, squares "Booze and Doodle" at the Baptist OR IN THE BARAYSHEETH bridges and other public places in church. You should not miss it. Be BEGINNING. said city for the purposo of running gins at eieen o'clock. ALTER EGO. the subways, manholes, poles, wires Phil U. Thompson told to V. H. lee A CATECISM OF TRUTH. and other equipments necessary to steers nt construct, establish, maintain and Cuinrafus some operate said telephone system In the fi cents. Josh Wilson bought, n These book by f!ro O. Dnrne, Evnn 8TIRRINQ TIMES. city os Stanford In accordance with bunch of heifers ut Stan- gellst, and recently Issued are for sale Mary B Craig, Stanford, Lin the conditions, terms nnd limitations ford court nt 4 bv Mi cents. ! of this ordinance. wo aro having In tho building lint coln county, Kentucky, Box 103 At Vhc inlant son of William Naylor the following prices: Section 2. That it shall be the duty We carry a full line, of lime, piaster . i of the mayor to offer said franchise Is very sick. Barnysheeth. cloth bound 50c . or privilege at public auction to tt cement and everj thins; elso uced( Born, to the wife of John U. Ander- - Same paper, 100 highest and best bidder at 2 o'clock Same, paper for building, a nice, bouncing 1 pound irl Eterthlne purcbancf 10c A Catchlsm of Truth, papr P. M., oa MONDAY FfcJI). 27th 1911. V. J. McQueen and J. M. here III bo found of the quail Messrs. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium at Hustonville, '. ...0c Alter Ego, cloth bound before the court house door in Stanty and the hest for intended purposf. "It ford Ky., after clvlng notice thereof Cress went to Urodhend on business. Ot Boraysheeth, Mr. Barnes saidKy., invites the public to their Annual Clearance Wo will savo yau trouble and unnscn bv advertisement for ten (10) days In Miss Mary 15. Spoonamoro of near anything 1 have eer written on holy Sale embracing all winter goods. Ladies' suits and the Interior Journay, and In which Kovvlnitd, is n guest of Mr. and Mrs. themes wns Inspired tills Look uearr ssry eipcnse by scndlns; to uh for nr. . A. CARSON, that stamp more unmMnknbly tnan skirts, Ladies' underwear, mens' and childrens' unnotice ho will Insert this ordinance (!eo. O. Spoonamore. Kendal Smith any I linc penned" estimate, nnd he will report to tho City Counderwear, absolutely at cost. Calicoes 5 cents per IM. ol iliodhiad, vUlted tbo Iirccj fromused tosalo or tnose cil the bids received by hlra for Its and brother publish. Mr boohs will he J. A ALLEN, Stflnfcid, Ky. yard, all best brands, no seconds in my stock ask to approval .and the said City Council Mrs J. M. Cress. Anglo lectures Tho Lost Tribe reserves the right for and on behal Ceorgo A. Brovwi bought n pony of lUrnes" see our black silk petticoat at 52.08. For special The Vanished Sceptre. of the city to reject any and all bids A. II. IJron, Jr, ol Garrard for $75. To thost not able to buy them the bargains, see our Clearance Sale on shoes, buy two for said franchise or privilege and In Mr? i king for books are case the bid reported by the said May- - Will Cordler of Rowland was here Crnlg will frco glnd thc receive contrl pairs for the price of one. to be ui 7111111 uv icjeuicu uy mu vuy ioun-- . Tuesday on business. tuitions to holn publish the lectures. A full stock always on hand. Our spring cil it may direct, bv resolution or orJ. M. Rogers bought a pair of mare Ech contributor may nave ti dinance. Said franchise or prlvilego to1 ,flUca of Tom Itankin for 323. W am In position lo do all Units ol run. stock of ginghams, ladies shirt waists are ready for value of his contribution In books. snob lllork rrtln(,fact, w asran mokeWork,thing be again offered for salo from tlrae to rnrvmrtitt any D. It. Dlshon sold to Thompson and your inspection. and. In from satisfactory hid shall be time unUl a pott. We ran hooiedown to a DOCTOR PRAISES D. D. D. yon promptly and suarantm nm-rla- sow Ballard 15 yearling cattle at 4 rerolved and approved, or accept any . work and rnatrrlal. Uall and rt our nrlcrl of the bids offered in its discretion to other a bunch of heifers at 6 cents Although .in M. D. I acknonledegc ' bctorx you t.oy ynur matrrlat at lf.t Section 3.!lerore tho said fran- and to a Winchester buyer IS head of to my patients and patrons thut your chise or privilege shall bo vested In a cents. S. 8. Elmore lemed D. I), u. reaches cases or cattle at 5 tho bidder whoso bid may be accepted and permanently cures them. by tho city council, a contract shaall sold a ccv to W. B. Land for $50 and Dr. Ira T. Gabbcrt, Caldwell. Kan. HUnf.r.1, Ky. bo entered lato between the city and bought one from J M. Stout for $C0. smmmmmmmmmmmmmsammmammea "My cure began from tbe first appli A HORSE'S OVERCOAT rnld bidder setting nut the terms con- W. J. McQueen sold a good farm near cation of D. P. D. My skin Is now ns FL0WE1W FOTSALEI This sale will be on FEBRUARY 1st to conditions and limitations upon which Preachersville lor JIt.COO to J. T. nigs-by- . smooth as n baby's. I wouldn't take lc called a blanket. We bare every j said franchlse or privilege shall be a thousand dollars for what 1). D. I). through February, Respectfully yours for tinue granted and containing stipulations doDe for me." writes August San kind from the lightest to tho heaviest,! i,fi? !lh',?bl'.e,rl,h th plants - o ' flowers, .Van honest deal. Uhutv nml ..- -. Unltirlit hotieht 29 head Las of Chllllcothe. O. necessary to protect the cltv and to r, W..M-- from the fancy blanket for road use all kinds, bniu, pottnt limn, on .nor to. require of the bidder fulfillment of of 500 nound heifers of Jim Robert 0t wtmt These are Just samples of letters we to the plain but .onlceablo ono for said conditions and limitations, and at 4 3.4 cents. Anderson and Itl by are receiving every day from grateful the stable. Every kind of stable utensil Ztfyl&Wk.V&lV patients all over the country f " Jfe. "Worth Its weight In gold," An my too. Hood, of conrse, and reasonable Pteas. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. ':o9, latlons concerning tho time in which pimples washed away by D. D. D. In price. They bare to be to conform' ohhihtman (iukkn iiouhkh. no iiDiiHAHit, t the work shall begin after tho accen- - Jh McCarley of Crab Orhcard. I found instant relief," "D. I). U. Is to our harness standard. IMii'-i.Kf tancn of the bid an dthe price to be lias been 111 of inflammatory rheuma- little short of miraculous." These are charged for telephones to Its subscrlb. the words of others in describing the J. C. MsCLAXY, tism. remedy D. D. D ers which shall not exceed t por G. A. Benedict of Springfield, wbh great skin by Fall Wiiiitr Swiiincs month for residence. ?2 per month for Proven thousands of cures, for ten years to be absolutely harmless other service the time at the ex- with friends at Crab Orchard. piration or which said telephone sysMies Pennle Pepples a daughter of and reliable In every case of skin trou Me, nn matter what It Is. Jly new fall aid winter samples arv tem shall be in operation, the manner J. C. Pepples has been qulto ill I Instant re(let a trial bottle y and places) in which said poles shall now ready for your Inspection. Th was thrown by a horse liefonly 2? cents. Shugars & S, 8, Elmore be erected, how much of said wire comprise the bet on tho market ; snau Dft piaceu underground aad at he was riding and badly shaken up. can suit any one as te price who hai wnm poiuis mounoies snail be coa A rnvr fan was leadlujr scared at a bis ctethas made te order. A suit Btructeil, and such other conditions trin causing the mlr-up- . ana limitations as the said council ade to your measure U proferablt hobert Ordns. aged 20 nnd Miss may uy ordinanco direct. LIII10 Adam, IS, nnd the eldest daugh t reedy made clothes. To bars section 4 That tho frnchl mr tnr of Adams were and Mrs. them made to measure doesn't coat privilege provided In thl ordlnaace united Mr. mnrrlago John week on In last any mere than reedy made when wnen isia contract Is entered Into ("reck In Garrard. off fchnll not be construed aa beln in quality aad fit ta lioas The Baptist brethren at Beech any way exclusive or as nreventln Grove rhurch, nenr Whlto's Mill, will roar measure. In aad let sae Stands supreme under the city council of the city of Stan-for- soon put in new seats and Intend to H. O Hail), the Practical Tailor I from provldlmr for the sain nf purchano an organ soon. Any offerFeel, seevery test. A HOUSE ON YOUR HANDS, similar franchise or privlllges to oth-e- r ing, no matter how small, will be on persons, companies of corporeUooHb appreciated by the brothren Mtbout cure, keep Gowuns in altrnys Insurance upan Uio hrusr, U and thl? limitation shall bo Inserted a weight Iho mind till Mrs. Crouhorn, of the Goshen sec(he home. Gowuns alIn nuy contract entered Into between tion, baa gone to visit her parents jou do your duty to ycur faml'y tnJ u he alty of Stanford and auch ersom, Mr. nnd Mrs. Isaac Shumate, In ways conquers Croup yourself by Insuring It In n nolld com corporation or company. county. Tenn Mr. and Mrs I, upctlon E. This ord nance and Pneumonia and pany. Wo will secure youbyabsolutely hll L Sanders of Crab Orchard, nttended Have added a new and complete take effect from and after Its nassaeo church here Bunday fire, by Mrs. Ilayden aealust lore or dsntae your doctor assents. nnd publication its required by law Leaell nnd guests, Missel Pearl and drawing yru n po'.l y tht w II bo n line of magazine and periodicals as A B. KLOHENCi:. Maror. MuIIsfa Hnmm, of Ilynttsvlll0 weio Oowana reparation wna H4 on friend in need City of Stanford. Ky. bore last week well as the latest approved fashion Mr nnd Mtb. D O, i my chihl when It was iletptrately ie Low Is went to Hco I'M to visit her W. S. FISH III with 1'neuiuoulu. Immnlla tefjr PW journals and invite your inspection. sister, Mrj. M. T Itoynolds, who has PHONE 200 STANFORD, KV. alter the tecowl uiplicatlon my it. IW.W1 SPEEDY RELIEF FROM KIDNEY tH'On brtdfazt for 20 years but all that r.BE ss&iSMmuimm lh.tiirlun called and ft inline no TROUBLE. Uus I ndcrUkeri and Etuhalm llue has bcon a pntlent 'Biifferor ftrvat nn Improvement otileird its "I ha dan acute attack of Rrleht's sell Utynolds, or Bee Lick, visited revSTOfcE, The child ivcoieretl continuance. wr PAY Disease with Inflammation of the kid- - lative bore Also Dealers in Fur- M. Ilodnoy Naylor has a rapUHr. (IJ.IIbt'KLK.Ui ngaM, HIOHEST CASH PRICE nevs nnd bladder, and dizziness." says sprnlnod nnkio. Mr. T T. lllnnkem bin VI' I total St. Allegheny, l'u. uiture, Mattings.Rugs. Thejr All Kinds ot For Mrs. Cora Thorp. Jackson. Mich. "A and pen George ot Pulaski, lslted re Stanford, KrntucUy, srill eichaiige Furniture for Farm Produce bottle of Foley's Kidney Remedy own latlvpi here Misses Aunlo Holtzclaw, BUY10-DAY- ! HAVEITIN THE HOME HIDES AND FURS WANTED corno the nttack. reduced tho Inflam of lillbflrt'a Creel:, wna vlsltlug Mrs ill Kinds of Stock. Olre , 3 do. 33. AllUruiSUu NOW. mation, toook away tho pain nnd jnnrti J II Thomu on "S3" COWAN MEDICAL CO.. DURHAM, N. C. Them a Call. Pricee Right. LAND & DUUIIANAN tno Madder action normal. I wUh Tho Preachursvlllo public school, j-it everyone could know of this wonder- - ,vi I bo cut In two weeks On account otanford, Ky. CMUititf. sn ! i,UM W I'm I'Mllil (ul remedy." Shugara and lanner. SIANFORD, - KENTUCKY deity In 0rcctlon of building, tho y Buys a Farm in Florida. school v III end two months later than nsrail. lior. Anderson Cornelius, pastor of tho Baptist church filled his pulpit 1872. Established Inst Sunday, lie preached a flno sermon. Tbeto wcr no wcrvlccs on Sat HELTON 8AUFLEY Publisher untay night nnd Sunday night on account ct the big revival nt tho Metho- Interior Journal. tt4Tft4ltt Ladies' Shoes FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17fh, 1911 VBIIY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY dist church. THIRTY YEARS Just before the arrival of new want tn tnalro rnnm onrl S stork get rid of some Small Lots now on our shelves To do this we make the J 1 PRICE MOVE In-o- THEM ! 0 o Somerset Real Estate Agency. kid-joj- s All of our ladies' Patent Leather. g Vici, Cravinette and Tan Slices in I both lace and botton, worth g $3;50 and $4 go on sale y Ills a o o Today at $2.50 Cash a BRING THE MONEY. a a H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. a a o paln-wraclte- jF $ ooo o 0 o " 1 aCl Fresh Oysters STYLE. d 11 2 CLEARANCE SALE d SERVED IN ANY 3-- 1 pest the TOWni nmi Garson's - in nr Rcslaarait. Prop. bt m CONCRETING This Sale is a Bonafide One And No Hot Air. 4 PHILLIPS BROS., "JT l? Chas. Wheeler, ift&rSi conS EX'"-- ' '" X' tATwUr"' JX& a. 3imr.. jlHlti ini I (we) s King GOWANS Externals i, un ro.iura I L,Beazley&Co., &VGWmmW Clal-bor- mrmmmMM PENNY'S DRUG " - eXaAJ namtae... ..., rp- ef- Ti - tHtmt. ...t .CT. .,t..- .- ,T f ..- - I VI .N - nUi.i.im. . .. m aa.jswewsi i'ifft hh iiiaaagfiliTwfimm ..nnumwu" FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17th, 1011 THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOUKNAU Just received a fresh aiorit ot the tcry best olive oil at I'cnny'a Drug Btorw. " FOOD FOR A YEAR Hot MOH 340 100 W. Special prices on lap rohea few days. Pence Hros. for a a uauBAAAMAAiAuuAiaMaftAUfluatM bmm 1 rtiRia m eaeeeosea aae aaeaaaeaaaaeaaa MKk.. Salter PERSONALS. of lllfhnionil, Mr. Is tho nucht ot Mr. Will Beverance. Mm. iniK Htarjr lefft THeeday to spend . month with Mm, J. H. McAIls-lo- r nt WW, Mls. Mr. Mid Mm. W. 1'. PURR returned to their homo In Lexington after an H. N. Mlddleton, VertMc. Fa...... & 27). WK th. ROYAL BAKING POWDER AkMmiy Pmrm MAKES HOME BAKING EASY fair ra tion fer a man for a year. But aom peopk at and Mt'aacl grow thinner. ThU MeuM a, defectiYe digestion nd unsuitable food. A large tea IsoUla of TKi rsy re tents extensive visit here. Kftrl llaker It home again nt Crab Oltliard from Normal School nt Hlch nrcftid. Up amusement that never fain to Anvone who has treasured upon picas ant momorln. of his youth la sum to fiive It brought tVck nRa'ft wttle wltnesHlng "Peck's Had noy" In Ita brighti,ew and Improved condition, er, blcger, nnd better than ever. Sec "t Iitc Siilnrday night. pi-n- largo audiences which aro ev-i- ywhoro cnJoylnR tho new PecU'n llnd iJoy, rpenlta well for tho coming of thr tsipnlnr comedy nt the opcri house latiirday night. I.eih Hamlin a tho Hay Hoy, la organization lth an sin rounded uhlhr worka unecasinsly to provide T'k Wanted: 300 Boys 3 i ' Scott's Emulsion equals mouruh!ng proper ties tea pounds of meat Your physician can tei you 'how itoes it. roR halx nr Jackson (livens of Plutburg, passod through hero Tuscday en routo to Junction City where ho will visit Mr. Will Olvena and family. Miss, llosa I'lke, of Urndhead, and Vernon UojsIo McCturc, of .no gucsU of their nitnl, Mra. B. J. Ilrown tlilg week. Miss Klliabeth (lrem of Perryvlllo In (he uncut of llev. and Mm. J .1 Dlckoj . Mm. William Hcveranco delightful iy entertained tho Current Fvcnti Club at her home Tuesday nfternocn Mm. Albert It. Sovernnco Is onto-- mining at lier homo on lgnn avenue this afternooon Irootn three to flvo In honor o( Mm. C. Haya Foster. Mm. Bmeot Warren Is hero from MIddlcsboro for n llalt to her .arenti Itev and Mm. Jos. Ilnllou. Miss Hcsslo Kioonanioro tii a ilnya with Mr. nnil Mm Sont SpoomWHirc In Junction City. Mm. .1 T HcynoHa of l.nncnstor, visiting tho hnmoroIkH, Mr. T.. S (I'cmHitiior" nnil fnmllv tf Wimou. M. Mrhlnnev, Mr (1 IUIihib, Is hack on n lslt to lilf old (1 H McKlnney hnn,. Ills father Mr. tPitirncd with him nnd Is with hl aon Mr Will McKlnney nt VcKlnnev W II. Uullock wnB up from l.elmnon onily In tho week. t Sunday In Iiiicn-to- p J. '!. Lynn wllh hlH chllilrcn. Mlnsi'K Mary Arnold ami May Hnmd-duof Lauunster wero vlsltom here Miinilay. J. C. Pickett. o( Mason county. U h'ro the nucsi of his daniihter Mrt BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM, Mr. ML, M. WtSut'V. Ve7 fHc SsB Light Biscuit Delicious Cake SBbHSBbL- - tM 3heLWslsB all Dnoarar8 rra4 IkltU. for tmt nl CklU' Rlrlch.n.k. Dainty Pastries Fine PMdtags Flaky Crasfcs ruffercd with kldney trouhloI tnd severe bad:T.n,i rheumntlam. Alter txhe and felt nil played ouL Kidney it. ng two bottles of Koley I'PU tnv batkacho Is gone and where I iifed ti ll awnko wllh rheumatism i nnr 1pph In comfort. Foley Kt'dncv Pllh did wonderful things for Penny's Dm? nic.'" 'Try them now Store ' Luns-'oiin rrr.eiMnr; f"r the I. J., A. C. of Little Hickman. Jessamine Foley kidney pills havo helped olhcm, tho will help you. Mrs. J. U. a Miller. Syracuse, f. Y., says, SLEEP LE8SNES3. Uhetrmnllsrr. from disordered kid-ie- v 3 3 I'np 'or 1 ..,a 5 bMtltl Hatlno KMk .SCOTT-- !.. rllk lUnk i! eouitj. mtalM BOWNF, 409 Ool lata rnr. lYnl'St. New Yak -- it. ) W '. Ur Mnrj' nnuphman, ha3 for sole ifu i.niii oni ium ' roll oi anytMng needed In that line ROYAL BAXINO POWDER CO., HVH YORK. t her home near the It-cc;oreu uapudi . ..... ." rlrrlnn1 emit en. suo aisti rem .l.ri It may be taken for granted that herb lompound. AdiTrocn nor uox there Is no family of any size tluit S.i, Cltv. A Till b'e, furnttme, carpets, wall as Mm. A II Soernncc ha 'goes very long without needing a lax Maty Trlbble, of Kiel: I a per frame.", shades, Ince curta'n3 KUit Hire. If you don't know of a good A KING WHO LEFT HOME tuoiid laxative, or the laxative you are using Pony cart ninn lias been In town tot. thf world to talking about i"aui Mm. ilesslc McCliuo or Mt Virnoi. Mathulka, or Buffalo. N. Y., says ne is losing its effect, we want to call Kei tub biini'lM at W II. IUkIiir. always KKEPS AT HOMK the King or has iiteii tho riichi of Mis. K. J. Hiomi' your attention to Dr. Caldwell's Syrup If jou want any orchnrd Kr.vs seol nil LaxatWcs New I Ife Dr. Kuig-- s Mm. J V. ItoHuell, or SliPlhyWU, 1 Pcpiiii, which thousands of families have them. T. I) Ncmnml. Plllk and that they'ro a blessing to l lsitlnfl her si tor Mm. William are using successfully. ill Us family. Cure constipation heae" Huvcrnnce. TVe hart ecerea ot letters from moth Tho Inturiur Joiunnl has received a nee. Indigestion, dyspepsia. Only 21 era, ami cores from prominent men Mlsa llcn'e UtiLblo hns returned Kick of gaidpn seed from C'ongre3 cents at Penny's Drug Store. raying- - th-- r uilng- - It personally and W T A nibble. from Ilk'hinnnil wheio ahc has bocc man Harve Helm to distribute to lu. cWloc II W iketr feaUlie. mea Ilk Ur. . All kinds ot grass seed. Penco Cmtls Wilson, of Crnu Orchard, left iiiteudlng the Normal C IC Binlth of ths Tratno Clearing friends. KlrJt como first served. Hel Pros. Oeorre limit. I'lnaTJtufT, Ark., and Mr.Ky. The for Helton Tcxnn lasi Thursday to ,io Ile.ton Mk II. Turner, lawyer of Harlan. sptMk quick. ter ilolt frlcndc nnd relntlveK. thousands of Biolhers'who use, It themMibb May lliackett liaB taken tm rroni Ilrou-lioselves and Rive It to their eblldrcn t W A. Tree. has moved UR PRODUCE. &. Son'a i PAY fl.5H FOP. to Lebanon Junction, and Im place ns cashier nt Severance would take too much apace to. mention. REMEMBER THE NAME 'The reaeen they prefer Byrtrp Pepiln joined thi larso colcny of Intcrfrr hi plfce of Miss Anna Damt who win and have, the cough fanning ImulcmenU Foley's Honey and tar for nil mild, centin laxative-toni- c la (hat It la am handling buggies, wugou? an-- i there. married to Mr. New land Wednesday iitid colds, for croui) bronchitis Hoarse that 4- - not gripe effective and .'mirn.il yet co mild that bablee can take It. lte nosg and for racking lagrlppo coughs. nicest Mil freshest line ol --,r -- Ki Miss Trill Newbern ot ilustonvllle eveuliuc. tonlo Inaredlertta Invigorate the body Refuse substitutes. Sliu r.eats, wn N'o nplntes. and strengthen the stomach and bow-'- nnd Mm. Joe McQuown, were guest. etc. In tho West Hnd. H II. Ilutcheson of 0enio gars and Tanner. muaclea (o that they ajratn do their W. n. Ijilr, Hutche-8o- n I can save you money. work naturally. If you hmra been a of ln.. T. W. Pennington Ior the Ait hero with his brother, J. W. victim ot aalta, nllls and stress? cathar- Mxhlhll hens this week. Huston"i:ie. Ky etui In tho week. Klioail-- , state tics you will dlicard them when you Plot. McIMiry once oae Byrup Pepsin. O. I" Meredith, of Salvia Mercer Mr. W. A. HnUhrr anO little sen of Hlch Schools, was hero on You can 'buy a, fifty cent ict. one dol- county, was here Monday represent-in- r returned from n vljlt to relatives loffcIa, minces Tuesday. He Inspect Prof. Joslah Datson sold to the Union lar bottle ot any druggist, but before nrehouv which sct hac t! tdbneco , doing-- sx you may want tovlry It free. church at Rowfand an organ for J2 Mr. In Hait and Darren counties. cd the Stanford High School, and of rrof. Datson will buy second nanri eo, aeetd your address to lr. Cald- ilntn of Lincoln county toharco. If .M. II. Salln, of Mt Mr. and Mrs. well. and ha will promptly forward a iMpretllth Is n valued s'lrmcr'brr U coume. round It In splendid shape. musical Instruments. free tameec bottle. Then. Uelna con1. J Vernon, spent Sunday hole with Mr. Piol Khoads paid tho local Institution vinced, do aa others are doing- and buy the visiting and Mm. J. W. HutchcMm. Mrs. K. O llruco has been It in the regular way of your favorite ATTACK LIKE TIGEH8. work ot Prof, J. W. Iremnd druggist. (rl.itlves In Stanford. Mm. Itouert T. Miss Jenn lluchanan lias conclud- nnd iho compliments. ery high Dr. Caldwell dote not feel that the Halter nnd Mrs. Adam W. Carpenter in lighting to Veep the Dlbotl' pure .purchase ot his remedy ends his obll- ed a lslt with her tlster Mrs. A. tho white corpuscles attack disr.2specialised In atotnach. Tuesfration. He haa dlseaaes foroTer forty wilt entertain tomorrow afternoon and returned to gerns like tigers, llut olten genr.- Iter and kowel raneannoo Joj emj iirmJ .nn Wl Car-Jlq PI"S years and will ba pleaied to giro ths from trrt'e to flvo. Miss til iikuiuu multlply so rast the little nswera aro day morning. Sho will leave Tuesdaj OPJO MP!"!. 'OO V A3X3I13 f A l"',,pV reader any advice on the subject free overcome. Then bee pimples, doiis, or charge. All are welcome to write pentcr and hoitio gun t. MIh Sue for New York with Miss Hello Hnlde-mayog ima oi II eczema, saltrheum nnd sores rrcultiply him. whether for the medical advice Payne, nrrhed tinlay for n short " Ju' "Hv vintU ql jo ejjnt mojnui pat nnd strength and nppetito rati. This lor a several weeks stay. Frank-fot- Soo M30 ins, tnl or the free aarapla addreaa Mm Dr. imuoodreJl oi edws nomq ijj uoCiiMnp W. II. CaldwelJ, .447 Caldwell building. to Miss "31onnlo Turklnston. Oamlllo News Journal. JJHtui m condition demands Electric DItters to oi tmui uaip u j(iitaiiin avn l II 'J(ontlcello..IU. w -- ju" s. OO ajlw l.uolinUU"J McsaoiiRLT. i - MVC A -- 1 tniiJ'"'1,u Duiio 't irannimiffua- - KUmbOJ"nio 1"vi- PCIe.liril l emulate stomach, liver and kidney? ajolUiqt of LoulsrlUo How en VanArsdale, iifjtn.vxn expp-- poisons from the blood. q ot tuinej WAOJd eq uiJg and to SHORT LOCAL NEWS .in ituoonmnxu vlHltlng the . v, was herc "Wednesday, They aro the best blood purifier. vnvinjtii ai pinnoOTa itwuiivt ijwi mi po XIW--lJ1 PIMM trade and shaking hnndH with his Fresh, scratcli and bnby chick feed loiliri nnwuuoj ln Manouaid "uouop anrat luvrr writes C. T. Uudahn, of Tracy, Calif., pie mtjvip ixi I ianun 3q UU lm joi r,r 'Jl1o1 ot vwodiln iMJWtrtat t"5 ledhave ever found." They make rich n.aiiy frleirds. ut W. II. Higglns'. n ' srtip xn'ii blood, strong nerves and hulld up 11. is lciij .ml in qunn) jjoiu u sjju. Lea ell and daughter. Mis. J our health Try them 50 cents at Utile Ufrtcll, of nryanlavlllo, wero' An .ttteudnnt Horn tho lakeland Penny's Drug Store. Foley Kidney Tills ftio a reliable or T)r. J. G. Carpenter and fami- ftOium Kinic for Mm. Amanda Harrilonmdy for backn e, rheumatism nnd son Tu'day and took her from tho urinary Irregularities. They are tonic ly Wedmsday evening. . ACCUSED OF STEALING. K. J. Tncner, of McKlnney attended Jail ucre. In action, quick In nnd aforl a K. E. Chamberlain or Clinton Afe proi.ijt lelirl from all kidney dlsor boldly accused llucklen's Arnica Salve a meeting or tho directors or the or stealing the sting from burns or Henry Clay Fire Insuranco Company Robert, tho five jear o'd top of Mr. Jem. Shugars and Tanner. scalds the pain from sores or all nnd Mm. Abtam Mlructe of the Coffey nt Fraukrort this week. The Nice lot of Myerf pumps at W. K. kinds the distress from bolls or piles ol this rapidly growing con- Fchoolhouue nelghbortood, died early Warner's the plumter snd tinner "USDL1TTAKER AND EMDALMER "It rob3 cuts, corns, bruises, sprains, meningitis. Stanford, Ky. cern nre to bo removed to tho Capi this week of ccrebio-splna- l 6 4. una Injuries of their terror," ho says ATANFOUD, - Y. " ns n healing cmedv its equal don't remains-we- re City. Bhijiped to De'l .s tal The Home l'hn ottlce Phone A "MONEY MAKER!" exHt " Only 23 centa at Penny's Prop county their former home, for burlul. For Sale A Tarm or 208.27 acres on Storo. miles from LancasFor Sile. Sideboard, extension the pike, 1 1 am now selling tho latest magatable, ti chairs nt n bargain. S. P. ter. Very fertile eoll, small dwelling, Give me your 2 large tobacco barns, everlast zines and newspapers. Stacg Kxor. Mm. Mnrgnret Porttnan, nnd ORGANIZEOiIUl882. This farm Is a part of subscriptions. 1 can ja"o you money. 2t Ing wntre. Htunlord. CAPITAL STOCK. $50,000. the famous Deazley farm. It Is offer U. I. N. Glllock, Ilustonvllle, lMeot SURPLUS EARNED, $2'-00-0. tVa hlngton Ilrown who is said to be ed for salo on account of th 111 health HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS. 5216,500 tho olik'kt man In Casey or in thW of one of tho owncrj and to cloo ep W. S. Wlgham of Moreland. has Mol rn Siiety Combines Absolute Saletv with Satrtfactory Service or the stale, hlo havisg rcscr: s. partnership nnd at a price whicti Ioaled his property against trespass Wc Sclicit Your Account. of our Dcpoit Boxes fo ed lor j ear-'- , took tho train here Wed makes It a bargain. Will divide tho em. of all Kinds. needuy en route to Spring Lake, nenr farm and sell any number of acrea. t OIRECTOI Possession at once. For fuither par Covington wheio he will mako hl-OFFICE. LA GRIPPE COUGHS I II UU(hiiMii to in o iu the futuro with his daughter. Honiara and price apply to Hughes it Strain and weake nthe system nnd If jF UeiJ 5. Mocker, Prendenl. Mm, True. Mr. Itrown Is very wel' Swlnebroad, neal Eitate Men Lar.cas-tey- , not cheeked may develop Into pnou M U lilmoir J M IVuuv ?, T. Ilarrie, Vir?.r'lr"i monln. No danger of this when Foley's Ky. preserved for a man of his years. HI h C. IUuthm,an, J F Cummins, Honey nnd Tar Is taken promptly. It it. C. Uuughutan, Casbler, 1 (laughter and some grandchildren ic Harris C lohinuin nil. Is a rellablo family mcdlclno for all . W. W. Saundem, lnL Bookkeeper w s rck him. Mu coughs and colds, and acts qulcklv f i, 1114 tmt uwnr'--r:- t nnd effectively In cases of croup, ItO' C. R. Coleman. J. C. Eubtnii. hise substitutes. Shugars and Tanner I Best companies lowest rate, euro your roetrty today with R. Newland. SJ We have provided. BJ Want to borrow J3.50O secured by BJ a private rom with g 1-ii.- r -" mortgage on good real estate tor onr SJ comfortable chalm, BJ ' to three years. Ilox 17 Stanford, Ky. Any Ghes the Be Light Bond Noma Laxative Sent Free to Try rv and the food is liner, more lasiy, cieaniy and wholesome than the ready-mad- e found at the shop or grocery. Royal CooU Doott-BO- nrltc: race rectus to bo making thoKvery to the "cutlvo rhnlr nlone. democrnt, reiiubllcan nnd mugwump t owo Mm their support for his sp Much grip holds Illck- orvleoi. brown tnst ii- n prr.lnce; a big, dark en-ju- "Hon. Jamei. II. 1 1 ful'owt- .iiiIous iior inn tile waxe to rnlso tobacco thlo b.Ing L'ft ehane? to mttue a hviuuk-- n. O llocotptB-rro- o. and Address. t, To Wear 300 We Are Now Selling At 3 a Suits st 2, 2X .... he,-Mrs-. sp-n- s. i Half Price. 1 Cummins & Wearen, f; tcl-ool- lltf a 1 el tO-l- 'J I I rttr rranE STANFORD, KY. ib I I the home of ha 1 rt schaffneramarx clothlj I sJSJftf- -- j ii eiYrn'fiattslli'll s Are You Going to Raise Tobacco? l't t it'"j -- -- J. C. McClaiy, -- i I I 1 IF SO - -1 ' i Remember We Can Furnish The Canvas. V Vl s head-quarter- n Mt l7 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KENTUCKY 2 W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY sMggwsl LMLP EKKjBKKEnB WKBKHKHJtKm flpPgfiBgjggggBgw (BBP Us Cutnm, 11-- R. Hugbes T. W. Hunble W. O. Marti ,.. mmm yarn Now is the time to make your I The Famous Mdttv. v- f at Prkt ttVJaa-BjfJSaSes- as' gggg .. V. n aSBBM ) aflRashv Made of solid braes, nickeled, and easily jollihod. VI SN IT Always One mica a Dtaltrt PwyiAni. lmtilrt,irrfitirrifrr(riptAi tlrnlar to llii utarlil ifnej c When you pay more thin tho Rayo Wo havo plenty of coal nt the rirht price for a lamp, you aro paying for extra price. Jones llaughmnn, Morelaad, at add to the quality .the King coal yard. decorations that cannot 6a. of the light. You can't pay for a better Notice. Those having clalus against light, because there is none. An oil light his the least effect on the human eye. attd .tho ostato of Miss HtioJa Ltinifoid DeT8V3 POINTERS: the Rayo Lent? Is the best .oil lamp Made, UlVnt.TU 114V HUIIIIVU IU I'lVOCtlk ...VII. ".uuty 1, the dlvlne quality that though Ipv (i price. You can pay $5, $10, to me at onco properly proien, for iiiuke woman charming, whether of $H for soew other urnp, and although payment. Mm. Mattlo V. Klrby. Kxtx to her menu mind or dress. An you get a more costly lamp, you can't efflcloiit welt posted dealer In get a Detter light man me white, meuow, Leu Ixjng, a young whlto man wn Is u gicnt aid giving suggestion diffused, unflickering light of the given a dozen lashes by a buggy whl, That's why I trndo with Coffey and Rayo. Ju tho hands of Police Judgo John Coleiuun." Hit a strong, durable Thlt actN. .Ucncfee, Jr, Thursday morning Try Iho rollowins articles: Hunfj ion's burner adds to the strength and appearance. Long had been arrested charged wlt'i hllcvd pint apple, gro:o-rleflow-pric-ed , shade-holder. mm imiiiiimii tables writing terials, and be glad phone which we will BJ ma- - BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ tele- - BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ Aviation Caps We have the yarn in White Black and all colors. CALL AND SEE US HUGHES, MARTIN & ' t to have our farmer friends make use of when they have buslnea to transace In town a to a deal of any close If you wish kind make use of BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ I naro unr The Standard Oil Company (tneonumteJ) ymr t (lelng diuuk tho night befoie und bald that lie had rather take tho "licking" than pay out n Una by work on the itrcets, so Judge Menefce who In u whipping post accommodated him. ?3c; Hunt's Koynl Anne chuines, 25c; Pitted red cher-rlo- , 30c; Ouralx brnnd, muslrooins, 25c; Utilize 'a picborics, Huinze'u soup. 10 and 13c. Phone 19C Promt Delivery. COFFEY A COLEMAN, CO,, this private room. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. Ky. lo Stanford, 1IHHSH u Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes STANFORD, KENTUCKY J hauh rouK J THE FARMERS J. Hot Rate. 40 bushels M seed oaH, O. Ppratt. R. D. No. 1 BUnford John Cook sold IS hogs to J. 11. Jones t 8c and 7 to Laadft Buchanan 4 THE iTANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY, FEBWUAnV 17th, 111 People! People!! "Listen!!!" .cents. nl 7 Our sale is not over. We will continue until MARCH 1st to tlcorgo Rubel, of Huena Vista Garrard county wns here last week nnd bought sell our winter stock at cut prices consisting r (Inn Jack and Jcnnctt from rutflskl county parties. Mr. W. A. Ollllland of Overcoats, Men's and Boy's by Cald Mild him a fine jennett-jacwell's Kins George Tor ?C00, while A. M. Hurbor sold htm a nice Jennett suits, Odd Pants, Corduroys (or J 200. AfT. llnbel Is getting ready (or a big sale In the fall, and Is buy Shoes, Hats, Coat Sweaters Underwear and Ing only the Highest class stun lor it U. 1. Newell, of Pulaski county, nc Gloves. Come see what .we can give you for the money. cotiipantcd the others here. Jack l?or Bale. l"tno with good pedigree, has proven him' Also two self a sDlendld breeder and extra hounds, one Urge, safe In toni to lino jbck, mo Everything other coming two with podlgreo and jwJ alio. Caleb NowelL Waynesburg low k four-joar-o- ld Coal! Buy Coal Yard. Fox Ridge Coal, the kind that burns and e makes heat. No clinkers and very TheTheSharpless World's 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. Tubular Cream Only One Separator, a.h. Company. j lit-ti- h. Baughman & d, You will find this coal at More-lanKy at JONES BAUGHMAN & COMPANY, Selling at the Cut Price Sale. Ky. la-i- Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. .1 Lewis Fowler sold a four year old bay horso for $112 to K W. Farmer For Pale. r. mules, a head 3 year day. old. one 4 year old, one 2 year old, here court bought here 134 II. B. Cox, of J. J. F pears. Morcland. Farmers are plowing now. For all Mundny a nice horso, kinds of harness trace chains bacic pa)ing bands etc., see J. C McClanr. of Danville & Huffman Meier We bava Just received two cars of bought a lot of butcher cattle hero rionecr and Adrian wire fence, In Morn) a at 4 cents. ten different kinds, call and bo conl)ao Hmbry sold a nice vinced as to what you want Pence mare mule to E. T. Pence Monday Uros. for $125. Dr. Huith Held bought from Lanham For Sale Double Standard Polled Durham Short Horn Bulls, model nnd Smith, of Wayno county, 21 cattle farms and choice breeding. 200 bush at a price oer 5 cents a pound. 13-three-year-ol- Tear old well matched portion broko to ride or drive single or double at W M Adams stanio For Sal-)- . A pair of 3 11-t- f. WRITE ME FOR PRICE8 ON HIGH GRADE HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, 1.0UISVILLE, KY BOURBON 8T0CK YARDS. Kentucky Agency for Owl Brand. Established 1901. I COTTONSEED MEAL els reclcnnd seed oats. 600 bales timothy bay. A. W. Carpenter, More-lan- d. For Sale. Baled hay In any quanMrs. Mattle V. Klrby. For Sale Some nice yearling sows, bred to Black Berkshire subject to register; due to farrow the tirst of February. J. S. Carpenter, Mt. Salem, Ky. l"or Sale. A pair or so of coming three yoar old horse' mules, In nice hapo. Frank Spoonairore, Rowland. tity. it 54 UJ..J-lVtJ'ii'J- H 'E State Bank & Trust Co., Growth Of Deposits Organization. OCTOBER 8 H. H. Dronaugh, Jr., of Crab Orch ard took bis and his father'j tobacco to market at Danville Tuesday and through here Wednesday well pleased with the way hli weed had soM. He sent on lot containing l.ion pounds first nnd for this received an average of 9 cents a pound. Ills largest lot containing 4, ICO pounJh averaged him 12 cents a pound. All of Mr. Ilronaugh's to bacco wa! good stuff and In good shape. There were 1,000 c.ittl0 on the mar ket here Monday, not 100 as a typo M. J Fnrrls bought 26 stock cattle graphical error made the I. J., say. (lore Monday at 5 cents. J. Yv. and II. C. Daughman havo Henry Fields sold a bunch of nlco bought a rino jack which hollers to Peel of Jesjamlne county they will stand here this season and .Monday at 4 34 cents. He bought a cuiuh from Perk Hamilton ,ot Pulaski lor which they paid a fancy price. Thoy will also hato a fine coach cents. at 4 J. T. Dlankcnshlp and son who wero hor . advertisement of these up from Todd, PuViskl county, on two line animal a little later court da), bought several mules from K. 1'. Woctls and Son. A fine chestnut filly by t'ov. ell's great horse Almoin Dare vas ro'd U1 lr. nnders of t'nscy county last eek to a Lexington party W. H. Higgins. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. iit. 4 3 Vulcan Plow the Best on Earth for Sale at 2 LL SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. three-year-ol- d -- for $600. DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT Why experiment trying to We Want drhe too .... - 17,C74.!K) NOVEMBER 8 - - $24,172.75 DECEMBER 8 - - $34,410.13 JANUARY 9 - - $42,702.08 February 8- - $51,279.34 We Cordially Solicit Your Bank Account. I I dandruff germ from underneath the skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair-dressing when druggists everywhere and In Stanford, the Penny's Drug Store, will guarantee Z13MO and ZB MO soap to entirely rid the sealp of the genu life that causes the trouble. ZEMO aqd ZEMO soap can be ob tained In any city or town In America ard are recognized the best and most economical treatment for all affections or the skin or scalp whether ou Inlant or grown person. One shampoo with ZEMO soap and application oi ZEMO will stop itching and cleanse the scalp of dandruff and scurf. Ap plication of ZEMO and use of ZEMO soap will cure the most obstinate case of cczoma or skin disease. We Invite you to try ZEMO and ZEMO soap and If not entirely satisfied, we will refund your money. There will be an exchange at J. l. , Ueaslcy's furniture store next Satur-aayNov. 5 for the benefit or Home Help a good cause. Missions. Ginseng Feathers, Etc. Skunk No. 1 Short Stripe Coon Mink Eggs, Wool, Hides, Furs, IUOI170 . . 0 Bring us your Poultry, Produce .... coc-su- o RURAL TELEPHONES. MR FARMER: Make your home as modern for your family as a ice. residence, and place yourself in position to get the latest market quotations at any time. lUII can be accomplished by means nf out telephone service which you and your neighbors can gel for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or addrcM our nearust office or write direct t leadquarters, Narhville, TYnn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are not at present eujoyiug telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Miisissippi, Louiiiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. Illinois. iixrosroKATKDi .. 2 H. B. NorthcotL T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. FARM FOR SALEI On the Crab Orchard nnd Lancaster pike 2 miles from Crab Orchard containing 63 acres. 10 In cultivation, about fi In grass, 13 In panturo, well watered, good dwelling nnd barn,' place In good condition. Apply to C. Wyler, Crnb Orchard. 12 8 2 NEW ORLEANS M2 MOBILE MARDI GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES m1 Fefcrwy 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 Mi 27 Tickets C4 Israndaa satll March Uta, 1911. wltk Privity f IxtsatUa rM fLl PARTICULARS, CALL STOP OVKRS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS G AKT TICKET ACM, QJKW ft MtttMT INT!, 0RWKITE H. C. KINO. PatManr sad TlcVrf AfMt, tore. Mils utm. UiJurioo, Ky. W. A. BECKLB. ute.ru rnmnutr law fcSfcw. CtottoMM. O. Public Sale and Rental As in 1 'SS K.?. have decided to quit farming, I I We Cordially Invite You i o den i our 1 ofoacco Over Our Breaks We sold last week over half million pounds in five days nnd 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 vy at $id.ou. mi seven active, compeuuve ouyers, 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. Danville Tobacco Warehouse, INCORPORATED. Walnut Street, Danville, Ky. Free Insurance, Free Stables, No Charge fer Rejections. Thursday Fofcruary 23 1911 10 o'clock, I will sell my farm ot it miles soulh-we- t .Ut acres 2 1 r Hustonvllle near the UraJfordsTllle cikc In Lincoln county, in one of the brat neighborhoods In Kentucky This farm is well Improved and good ind, watered by seven neor falling springs, one never falling spring piped Into a sp'endld mule barn 70xs det furnishing fresh running water it all times without having to be pumped, near barn Is corn crib will iiotd 500 barrels of corn, these buildings arc covered with best grade of Also new tobacco barn 72x91 tin. will hold 12 acres, a good brick C 'oom dwelling, cistern nt door, all necessary out buildings in goo J re pair, nice orchard, fencing csmpletslj 'nw all over farm, all In grass but 70 icres. furm will be offered In two. tracts of near 100 acres each. South truct has tobacco" biro, tenant houso or It, north tract lias dwelling mule bnrp corn crljb, out bulldlVgs and orchard, and then offered as a whole Terms eusr, made known on d.ty oi ale, same day will offer stock and crops about C00 bales of hay, corn hots, heep, 1 sp'endld Jersey cow I yearn old, 2 Jersey heifers will to fresh In spring, 2 mares gentle for old horse good lady to drive, 1 rcrkcr and good driver, 1 year old rilly, X bay horse colt, two aoiis, 2 buggies 1 binder, 1 mower, hay rake, dlso harrow, cultivator, and plows. 1 tobacco setter, 17,000 tobacco ntlcks other things too numerous to e meutlon, 2 shares of Husionvllle stock. Possession of farm given March 1, w frm tann wu f.i r UUJ ItUlUliUttvu v s.11 nn ma -- yf. l' lit, FUr kj iii ninro oa ' Hu.tonv.iie. Ky 2 tele-rhon- Sell Your Tobacco At The People's Tobacco Warehouse 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 with the largest capacity in the city. The Peoples Tobacco Warehouse, One block from Q& C. depot Perryville Street. Danvilii Ky. East Tennessee Phone 50, alto the Bastin Phone. ;3.!S88f!SS! SSUUSKHSSS. ssmHssK; j "