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The Stanford interior journal: February 21, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911022101_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 21, 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 NO. 1 INTES ehor TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 8TANF0RB, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, 21it, 1911. Journal E $1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE ? T. (EQUITY I 1 4 - , ' ' j 81 .Mary Grant va Aron Grant. P. By. Co. Oscar Ycst Golden Wedding "Where Are The Dead?" FRANK VAUGHN K2 Cltlron'a Guarnnlec Co., va Frltx Win. Gutman vs L. A N. Hy Co. MI -- I,. I), llarncy vs Hamburg Bremen KmeRer ft Bon. DIES IN LOUISVILLE Fire Inc. Co. 83 Annl JCIRCUIT COURT It. Powoll etc., va Hoard BADLY INJURED AT NO. 13 TUN- CELEBRATED DY FORMER GAR' MeGARVEY TELLS OF INTERMEDI-ATI3 Wm. Borcranco vs James Duddo- Hlanfqrd Graded school. NEL ON Q. & C. RAKD COUPLE, NOW IN STATE AFTER DEATH. 84 W. O. McHcc'a hra va V. G. CONVENES YESTERDAY, STIR- 64 K. W. Brnlth vb 0. N PROMINENT WE8T END CITIZEN Oscar Vest of King's Mountain ono of (Nashvlll0 TenncBscan.) 4tra. RING CHARGE BY JUDQE Ry. Co. 8U88UMB3 TD OPERATION 85 Nannie W. Kitchen va Chiu. J. the most popular brakemen ou the The Dally Sollphone of Paragould, A large audience wna present MonCfi National Bank Hustonvllie vs L. WALKER. Kitchen Jr Q. ft C, wai very badly Injured while Aikantas has this notice of the Gol- day night at jthe Woodland Btroet ('. Uuun. Hi'stcnvllle, Ky., Feb. 20 8(1 .. John Jackson va Illchard" Wilson. coming out of No, 13 tunnel last weok den wedding anniversary of Dr. and Christian church to I . 1 1U hear tho sermon Much sadness was caused here when Thn February term of the Lincoln Klla 7i V Durchllcld vs James II. Cole- - 87 Taylor.Taylor Hadlon va Illchard Just ns the train was coming out of J- lev' Clmilt Court opened cslerday with learned that Frank ))' McO"r. recently of It was away rard. Dr. Yantls being the brother the tunnel ho stuck his head out of a Mrt. W. V. Carson of this city. Tho Lexington, Ky., on In Louisville Bundny nf Ilobt. Htonor. Jiidto Walker on the bench subject pasted Annie Btoner tho Tho M J'nrknls va Herrv Howard 8')- - Mattlc K. ICada va Pberoba HamJudge's charge to the grand Jury was window, and struck a guard post. The Arkansas paper says: Where are tho Dead?' Tbo speaker ternoon aa a result of an operation for Hollo Conler vs Curtis eg- - monds CtR. (tall atones and kidney trouble ,i nn.i vrtrr ..,! i.i. t.miai HI Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Yantls who cel- handled hU subject with much skill young man was knocked unconsaleus remains were brought here ard Ihld dn- tO !L"J,V' Foster adm'r v. Thomas 01 J. N. Caahi adm'r va J. J. Durham. and was In such a serious condition ebrated their golden wedding ife.!?" "S'bo-T- .S. possessing not only a fluency of to rest In thc Hustonvllle ccmeter ., Wm Paragon va Wm. Uingraff. that for a time It was feared that he .vr-were the hnnorcca at n UfUll fcllfl TIWII11IWII via MlttPfllf J. C. Lynn va Dan Peyton, elation la a. saying that the man ci W p Billion v Thos Boon sururlso party given at tho ros!- - speech, but showing also a familiarity this afternoon after appropriate sor would die. Hq was removed to n till T. W. Hutchnion va P. M. Long hospital at Somerset where every at doncp of J, A. Morgan Monday even- with tho scrlpturoj on the subject, not vices. Mr. Vaughn waa one of the eto batter than n man who would ileal a ing from 8 to 11. a- iinUr va w c H&Min alone In the English but In following best known resident! of the West End tention waa given him. horse. The wand Jury was also In- - iifioTd ugan vs Kentucky Grow P4 JOhn Traylor adm'r va John Tray Tho beautiful Morgan home wail ar- - up the translation back to tbc orlgt- - having been engaged In tho cattle bits Young Vest Is only 22 years or age. Sness for Judge W. M. Myers for a lor'a hra trusted to look Into the Illegal talc He Is tho son of II. P. Vest, one of tlatlralty dressed with flowers nnd ....I t'6 O. W. Carter etc va Lincoln Counnumber of years. Mr, Vaughn was of Whisky and to leave no stone un- - r Klng'r Mountain's most ffubstantlal potttd plants nnd was the scene of. . ,""'u''8e- t, ' iiarrltd twice, both of his wives havty Fiscal Court. &UkVrVcUryrrorH8UnJorU. citizens, and Is wry popular with ev aenlal gaiety and mirth throuebout the ln "la dlscourso Elder McGarvey ing preceded him acdoai the "rno EQUITY APPEARANCE8 dark rlv evening, which will be long remember-o- d took thc position o Ithc Intermediate eryone. ( 1 er. He leaves no M. I.enr va II. C. Oann etc He wns 1 hy all present. O. state, or, lu other words that after a faithful member children. Chrlntlon va C. V. u ........... .. . ii. .. . ,., o. 67 K. II. Caldwelland SonN. Ti & T. P. 2 J. of the Kinma Ashley va Ernest Ashley. -o. .wn'"7. About 10 o clock an elaborate lunch death In the subject enters the unseen church here and his ". Lincoln 3 passing nwny will Stanford College va Co. Hoard of Olvrns, I V. WII-- . fl8.K Kruegcr Dcnhnm. James con waa served In the dining room. world deicrlbed In the Greek Moreland. as education Lincoln county. Following the repast, Ilev. J. Murray linden. Of this unseen world arc two b0 generally mourned. .,.,,? -C. !' a' ,"C.k," Uo,,d"ou' NO. ft T. P. Ity. Co. va 4 Mary J. Cullon va L. J. Culton. c! v. ,1," Charles rnyior In a brief but eloquent address At the parsGtiacc Tuesday night presented this beloved and honored divisions ho said one of which la lon:amp. Carpenter va Dovlo Carpcn I7I1J ner. H. U Collin.. J M Nowil. Paradise and tho other the state of Bane va. Kebruurv 14th, Rev. and Mrs. K. I). couple with fifty dollars In gold, Lancaster ter. 1h r.otlt lurv hi- W. C McAfee. a, punishment, between va F, M. I'alnielcr entertained n number of tribute from numerous frlendr. this tho "Ori-n- , finir" la fir which he sold f,' Ilannn ll.chard Arnold. D.uld Payne. James FWe?. hri. 6 nn.t 7 J. I. Caio Threshing Mnchlne Co., younc people, nil membejl .of the representing a dollar for every year which there can bo' no Interchange Rev fj. V, Crtitchflelc. of Richmond, CrT,SV,lJ",rnnnnanVrnhJWn' -- ORDINARY APPEARACEs' way Kpworth IlMtln. their 8"" Vflr' 8 va A. II, Kentucky Carriage Co., vs A contest League In thonsfollowingwords 1,1 Aftcr wedded life.and appropriate Iniw. n!u,n of tho rich mnn nnrt T.ninri,- - rilled tto pulpit at the Mothodlit VSU' many on spelling Central gracious , was nxori in thu nmnnxinn church Saturday morning and evening with tho letters of tho two word J St. Klncald. t It Pronauch. J M lloynolds. Mack frorn the happy pair, the I uc illustrated the thought further Ntlnal Hank va 0. P. and W. P. Stuart va W. T. Mulllns. in service ot new nurse Valentine, The on,, spelling tho larg (speeches ruimireu imruirH vnprp M' 'wanus h rnimn, nt the Lancaster has been Grc nberry Br.ghL hospital .. uto twt. ....a, a., . .. 10 J. 1. Case Threshing Machine Co., tU number of .vnnU rnrrortlv in lio1" i nn. iniiiviiiim nnd. , " ... v......rf .. . luurMN " '. ; t. iii .inn ininrnarinir miii tiv dintinn mat tu. unci wnu 10 . person .i ,, ....v-,,.,I li H.TMICU lUU! 3 llobinson iiros., va J. J. uurnnm e of Mrs. Belle Jackson EUHC Una llUXl. l n.wl n va C. A. Moore etc. IK uwnrded the first wi(f-- usiu wm, at.nll ,fcini nrnprnm wna nivpn . . Jt.i.. ... Colfey, M Moscnhnrt, Kd. Carpenter.' I W. R. Iloai a Taylor Kaya. Tw n uero 'vv v.n :. . reiurnca ngam.. Derorei,J Winchester. t?ff 11 W. W. Menifee va J. C. Cummins. Ing th'i smallest nn mh nr in o- - - ilm i j. Hnnrin ,. " pnniivnnnp . miliar. irnc . .. K II. llallard, Waller Matt. Green -..-. (lover va John I.ynn. i..iti.. omnvuiu nn saia.. mat tne two, am Mary I.ynn Fox Is convalescent .t o ni ' 5 llowen booby prize. Muror-6Ity. Co.. va II. H. C. N. O. & T. P. flrst,c?.,,d.?ndhP,tt,Enrmc,id?r """K. i words "hades" nnd "heir had been after qulto a slece with an Behind Mr. briie.it Korrt received Docket for thin term la na followa: fining the rro,ireously commingled, iand that un tooth. Padgett. children prize spelling seventy three JnlL Farmers' Institute COMMONWEALTH OLD. . 7D M. Stpphenaon va It. B. 8ml-der- . cnnrm.fortrntey the translation had been James I. Hamilton sold three mules rpptlv .rlin w:ni nWardCd'"B "M mere were niso some by of Ky., va John 1 Commonwealth melodies played Mrs.lnadn( ,n Jtnmi ,n,tanceS( t0 the latter to Henry Hutchison of Paint Lick for Air. Illbcrt Coldlron Lcppcrt etc No. 1. Yautls on the piano, nnd a beautiful i0rd 8 Onrter Dry Gooda Co., va C: II. TO BE ATTENDED BY LOCAL MEN to Following Villi. ,.".?.!" l"e fomer L,nro.H the contest refreshments 1y Mr- - MorEan. "Thli. too. Shall aame No. 2. va 3 aame W. I Hate of HrynnUvllle bought a WrlKht. THI8 WEEK. - IMta rere rcrved and a number or interest- - ,1aiIg AwBy. vs Kdward Icar. I 3 same w o,d llogera va Chrlatlan pair of mules at Richmond for $450. ,. I. ISthel Hayden. VH Delegate 8. T. Harris and Alter "W.-SiS'S-Dr- -.H 4 smo "L" etc ? tk. Idea" of .a" cond oppunUy"; or ".'ui',- n handsoma x.ilentlna was d?a!! their enjoy,' V. J. Edroiaion, No. 3. 10 Htxhes ft Martin vs Mary B. War,"1"" viarencc inte nnu a. m. uwens 6 aame. VS hy Mr. nnd Mm n.trr l.ni-sid- e nKratuUtng nnd I ilVT- I will leave C to morrow for ML Sterling wnt to their ho,U nnd departed with aame vc aame No. 1. r Jtlchmond vu u.c uncti tre past I 1 The .. ren. ifirnnruiian .. iiaruin aouiii- - ,n .i,.nj ....u nunr c fcw-7 same VB Noab Arnold. vn 11 inHiiiuip. "I lif.nini' tirnrta nnrt hnnnv reel neB. ikirn daU'ty ruriucrs Those present were: . Messrs. ".lJifo, j,r and Mrs. Yantls nave been witn , lbe futurerelations shall not obtain niarrfcpefltle ones .r iHiai was l5'.i ro iTho progrnm will be as follow ; , tl same va Jake Penman. , crland Miss Hoit-worid. in this he used t. I l Patton, ol he ,r: """-!- . v, it I'uiiimlns vs Marv 8. Wur- -' v.u.'."r,k. opening nudrcss by I'resldent Illi: 12 im for about eighteen yean, uuring lne caJe Q ftno qilostIon of tne Sart. c, un'rv. tame va Joe Hayden etc., 10 ame va Vlrnll McKcnile. is'alf; address bv Comm,:?,.,r,Yi " ren Thc Womniw' CMS will m.vt V. il women who had '., ".""."."M""" to the T T ,1" . Thomas Robert C. 11 "culture. .;"..." Itnnkl snino va Bada PennlnRton even nusDanas ana as to wnose wire neaJnv afternoon a .13Jamcs It. l'owcll vj Mary B. War- - o.:., :..: 01M. me ..""'.." ' ."'.":: " ror i..rAn. Co Iron. pnr,i nmi Punlom . tli waitpr :"".." ChrNl!un 12 aame va Krank Smith etc. 01 nign iiien'r, l DuiiiiiiHii, community, wepnriment or iarm t "" rosscsfea 'SL rcn. ou(i D. ' hur'h the leader he.iitf Mrs. T .1 13 aame va John lce. 14- - KulalaAckornian vs C. N. O. & T. Mi.nagoment. Inlted States Depart- - Mocr. , , , of broad nnd liberal culture, their In-- int Price. I vo Chantey Smlt. H"'-chas been of Inestlmnble vnbto mtU of Agriculture, on "Fnrm Mnn- - Mr1, I"!in p"r,1 . m ?, O. N. Hendren, or DantlHe P. lly. Vo. . . uml 16 -- aame va Ican Phillip. r town. The w. fVpv; MrPTKP n'r,, Vi '" tI,p Rr"w' "f Kdwnrd Sohmolt vs L.. I). Harney nKemcnt:" "Focdlng Fnrm Animals." Voser' 9 ls!T8 Mlrt laymp Mc Knnlf o'ter w, n nn mb n member of thc experiment tnt- - J .nwi. d? Punn Pmltt. '1 lt same vb Orb)- Maaon. P and slmllur astoclatlon Mrs. i etc in narrlage at ths h.i ..j jf the bnJe s C Marv . ( Idlrou. Cleera 17 aame va Yant Middlcton. -.. 11 Farmers Iloniu Inr Co., vs J. W. Ion staff; Prof. J J. Hooper on "The ZeIlu larksnti, Hell iioutt nnuwruc Ysintu' executive genius, her unflagKHor F M LI'V"8 at PaInt 111 IVrm Horse; ' President Henry S. Har 'oldlron, I.ula ' aame s Alvln Ployd. Acton. fiw patience nnd enthusiasm have,8ECURED BY COUNTY MAR- - i Jlnder popular minister o.'ncidtluir Klllson COOPER TO RECORD ker, ol State Unlverslu on "Hog Choi- - Morg'l" aamo va Robert. 19 been nnd still are of Incalculable vat 12 J. II. Albrlnht vj Thou. Denny no wroora is n shi- - merchant luliig nrn Knmm ' twm l.'ll RIAGE8. uu to th community it i l: It does the Sol. 20 name va same. 13 G. W. Singleton vb H. II. I)gnn. .aisoc'nlPd In buslneis with hu iir,h Iphuno good to see this noble pair 21 smc vs Clel Johnson. .14 H. D. Holtzclnw vs II. II Logar . of ..Danill Llttl- - r... ..... V.UUIU uuver nueuia iu. Linu r..., tucxy Federation c w ,.. oi.-- j ni..t.. .n oonuuu vs Uoh Pratlrcr. 22 same honored nnd distinguished, nnd ,1C Martin Alcorn va Kato Glvens. niun .ule "'o H of Iuisvllle. - on "Tl... iTH.,?n.. "', In congratu- - bo off dut in Lincoln county. 8o' d l arae v Pats, Ailams. 23 HaBHIIIIIHlBlMP-l18 Overton Adama va J. L Wells, wJo!n --a ahost of friendsf nivens Terrell. Is M1MVHJ U( .. T " mi T ... . ,itJ;.. rnn. many marriago 1 cense have been Is- 24 anme vs J. W. Acey. science;" Dr. M. A. Scovall' 17 Farmer Homo Inc. Co.. vs N. Gar """-Wonn m. watera, ncpwnw ",.5 sued this vear thai Countv Clerk Coon ?u,w.a,?K or typhoid fever at her 2D aamo va Ed. Llllard etc., l director of thn Kentucky Arrlrnitnrni u n nnmimr nf hpr friends aur ."Xa ,lCm,, uv.u...0 .,.i parcnu home on Richmond streeL ir hn 2R tame vb Perry Ellison. 18 Chas. Reld vs Annlo Dayton etc. S,xp,rlM5?t Station, on "What tho prised Miss Mary Morrison Matheny Ity, Logan entertained the 'record book. The latest license lesu-'.J"- " J7--ara va James Loe. country. 19 party FJlr Does , Embroidery Circle quite handsomely No. , 20 N. D. HaysU.va Galo Hrackett etc. ftale Aubyn Chlnn For the Farmer;" e with a storm evening at her eight J ed were to: Innrhrm Fred Hryer etc 2N miae vs ' From F. nnd G. Oovcr vs O. W. director of domes-ihomJ. Friday at ,nAKe.n8a an "uuvuu" V"J Thoma.i Naylor and Miss Mary B. l 5 u5K 29 vb same No. 2. ? sclfcnce at Slate University .on clock until the midnight hour, the. Carson. ?., Wa3 LT In"."00?; rAJt '?v'ilnK ' Orlln who were married on the Important Features of Domes- - stormera reveled and feasted. Muhc W Bine vb mm etc, No. 3. 21 N. D. Foley hri vb N. D. Foley b- - ,.H? the lavitei 1 1th. at the hom8 of 31 same vs same etc. No. 4. ,32 W. T. Btephcosoa hra vb W. T. c bcleac." amusoment and pleasure was afforded Our main street Is almost iu muddy - John Camden, and George Delaney. , i'e,p". Miss Tennle Hog-V. 3J vtmc va same etc.. No. C. ITof. C. . Coffey of the ... . .. , M etepnensou hra. rfnrinr h- - vnlnr br Prof, as a dltt road, except where Dr. Win- era. were made one at Mllledgeville on ty 0IrJlaaged hfs' bk vb Irene Durton. 2J W. K. Uuchanan vj J. H Henry ?f i"lno'. Invited to busln", hypnotic stunts .and by Mior Uoa Phillips has put rocks and bricks , va Will Curtis. . 54 tend and talk to the farmers on sheep Merltl'. vocal solos. i etc. iron, o, n.s nau3Uu,H Amoni johV Manuel and Miss Jennie Law Lee. 'or a tarm which lies Raadulph Holtxclaw. . VB ., nn.un war Mikn Pennv. bUUKalOW. 35 UroAdlnc." An ImDOriant 24 T. J. ltaJlard va V I Walker ! nr oa uio Lexington pike about 5 mllei J ume vs Fred Bryer etc. No. 25 J. M. IhilllpB vs Joe Upthegrove. "je InsUiut- - will be a lecture on. Christine Meritt. Spalding Hill, Mary Mra. Mary Whltehouse has returned son, who heard the happy words whihe of town. 37 same vs same No. 8. Fn,t Raisi- n- by an expert fruit Shepherd Cook, Harris Coleman, Sal- - home to Bhephcrdsville after a visit made them one said at Joseph Law- - per acre. The land Is valued at I7C 2fr Ifc O. Loveland n M. F. Ware. S me vs taisc No. 8. ralsor of the Virginia mountains. H He Hurdette. Joe HUL Kate D. Haney, to her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. T. .BUUb UU IUC JDIU. 37 M V. SclKlcr va Wm. Cole etc Dr. R. L. Pontjns an experienced No. 10. w,. 3 aas va w,u ""w "" veterinary surgeon rannie itutncesoa etc va Hutu !y '"'H can be successful-Jone- a Morrison Bright. Lorraln Campbell, Ungle. SDrlaefield lm Held. 40 same va Cnartw Tahed In the Kentucky mountains. Howard Newland. Mary E. McKlnaey, I Mrs. Jack Haggard spent a fowiBruner who were married at Gabe epened an ofrice atofSweeney's livery etc 41 mom va Will Huflmaa. o 2 tnrv K. rhidderar. uavs at King a Aiountam amonx nor,"'"""" ii nmom farmers Home Inc. Co., vb K. F. stable. As he comes to Lancsatpr am va Qea BUitam. 41 Dnlley etc. highly recommended he hopes for a Carl Ciirter. OrAce Brady. U A. Phil- - husbands retetlves. brood"RtD ?0 J. R. Ed mist on vs 8. m. Holme' Btfles" liberal patronage. lip. Ljl Cooper. Stewart Carson An-- 1 There Is aIn Bell City chicken out forReal Estate Sales APPEARANCES. town now look etc. Mrs. J. C. Howard of this city nle Chancellor, Thos Coleman, little cr at vrorU - some cany trouers aooui xaay luia. one of the guests the paat week wis ICanon. William Grimes. Erne uaugn- of Ky, v. William r2ru11p.d,v,VV'm:feLa1kJey?M- - O- S- FOUR NEGROES at of the Christian 8EVERAL TRANSFERS U0 AND man. Will McCarty. Pearl Fields. WalThe Ladles Aid . Monks. RECORDED Presldfnt and Mrs. Tart's reception. TKIMMINGS EACH. 33 Annie Napier vj Headley Napier inro Rlnleton. Elizabeth Mathear.'churrh with Mrs. Wm. Trosper a3 She was gowned in white crepe with IN COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE same vb Ed. Withers. J I eic, gauze embroidered in gold and crystal Fields. Alfcert Phllllfis. Harry president has gone to work tn earnest. :t same vs Jamrti DrlghL 8. Embry was John S4 U. B, Fidelity .'.. i,2'r"' Guarantee Co., vs ....'. Mrs. John Jane Heinharl. J. T. Wilkinson. Lester O'-- l Itov. G. vvyatt Montgomery preach- - A number ot real estate transfers Humbcr. I snme vs Cha home sum- - nnnnnn Jamia t'ooner. J. M. Waters, ea two sermons at tne unnstian have lieen recorded by County Clerk iu this county arterdied at her Illness w. j. Kdmiston. "" '..." 80me & lingering samo va same No. 3. ".'" M. Lipps his. vs D. M. Llpps ,w'tne r tuberculosis. She had only return.nnd Rutins irof iroiaud attended' the K. pi'chirrh Sundav tn good crowds. No. 1 35-- 1). George I. Cooper within the past week C saaie vs Wflllam WcsL Horn, on February 10th to Mr. and among the latest being: hrs. J"rt for roiut lat week. He went moeung at Cincinnati Friday. ed to her Kentucky home but a few 7sirac vs nmo No. 2. WU,H F"nH" jo i no, jonnson vs b. U. Harney. M Ilerzog. Kate D. Hanoy received her Mrs. John HU'seii a rine nany gin bpen nlnco '...". iub 8 same vs J. --- "' weeks, for her having for 2 in Denver, -- n.il,i,n,lnnMllledgovllle ,.";- T" noa Air Alfred Russell of J, Mrt. J. k. noiuam vs M. H. Jones n illnlnm.i Inst week. Colo., l- - same va J. M. Ilerzog. years. She health P"1' of ,:on,I'- JS- -F I.ycns place on the ... ..... mu. vwl'vv ifKe F Hobbltt adrar Vi M II. Jones No. t. In the spelling mi ten between the has botiRht the K. Gooch etc, to benidos 10 -- same VK Mote Alcorn. ' "?o jou eeven; come leven.M i. 1,1 acres for J2.r.00. Charles Rob-- loates, to mourn her husband many S'J -- Maggie S. (iwslm vs Marv A. iu n. fvmay nubiuimue 'ike mm ran. cIhl s of the high Fcnooii .... blus her early death.' It samo VB mine No.2. No. 1. Wallace etc .. ! ... . ...i.. r:nii, tiiiiuriir. nnA Mr Ham wree nna oeen c.erK ng m I .iinritnnn iii.k O.llt- - tl N Menpfeo to Ed. Lee Terry 15 Lawson bought 10 head of ISvamu VS James Cheek 40 Wm. Adams etc vs J. T. Wells. ' hncb,e" n,d, or the Senior, the Geo. Hunn store the past twoi ,i.l . ,,nH f. ,R7 rn .u f of thp representatives cattle at from 4 No. 2. aurii to 5 cents ner IS name VS sam W. M. McGuffey v. L. I.ong etc. ,41 prlze orrered bv weeKs. pound of Dnve class, received 1 R. H. Metcalt. samo VB same No. 3, lor the best speller! Tho C. S Railroad ditcher Ii at,?, 'Uallard to of 52 acres, whothe C. J. Dougnt 8 hogs Dlshon of Stanford He :43 McClelland Thompson vp llerry and fora white hn wondered wington In turn of W. S. Weaver at farm 1- 5- rsnio VS same No. 4. I Howard. 0.l0rng,e,nhfh'Peaker ". U8l,,5C'i The members o? the track team1 or between here and Mllledgeville transferred it to G. H. Floyd 1 10 Same va same No. 5. r l.- - 7; 10 hogs of Robert Clark at 7: 43 -- F. P. HUhop admr vs Joslah Blsh-- ; .l!,i, t.aIkln?,are training dally ror the track meet, with headquarters hre. Bryant, of Ed. Clark at ?7; and 1 mule 17 aame VB Jeff op etc. Unl- Mlfs Daisy McCollum s union Mis-- , years old or L.. It. Perkins for 9150. IS ,mcie VB same No. 2. 44 Martin McCormack va Joo Itlffe Harm slot! lUnd alve a foreign mission en-- l HARRODSBURG LAWYER ROAST- - Mr. Burton aged 80 years, ono of V.I samo VB Irene Morgan. hri. forty tertulnment Sunday at 2:30 P. M., andi Garrards wealthiest farmers died nf. ED. 20 sai.io vs Dan Hester. 45-- 1. F. Hazlewood vs W. N. Iine "onaenSiadlrSl!ren.n,! several limes and Wallace Sin, J collection of S!0 was taken up for tcr general decline at his home ten Ar?"Uf 21 name VB Jim King. etc. foreign mlsMons. W.U??"'. has shown great skill In tte miles of Lancaster. Besides his wid'ii tamo VS Anton Uranlsh. A dlspatcb from 46 Jnnle G. Ijine i;c va J. F. on the ground told the story or tno Xnnlaa- broad and blah lumps. We- - Mrs. R. Walker Hunn. of Louisville. Methods adopted by Frankfort says: ow he 2'eavea threp daughters and 'i t sime vs Gent Haggard. Attorney C. B. lcn ,ne. omcor na(l un- - lev Kinbry. Will McCarty, Morrison At t here on a business trip Saturday Ilnrlowcod. 21 stmo VJ Ed. Young. Rankin, of Harrodsburg In comprising tnree sons. The funeral was hold nt IVo lof tho Hank & Trust Co.. vs Dud- - -- illlDKly interrupted. nn.iThna Cnleman the team's ! nnd Sunday a vs Wen Pellman. 26 same .,... ,, SnoOlPrS ROt Own- - bill ho nnlihorl tM le,. Reed. lli.nn nr ArVnncni hna u 310,000 judgment for $2,200 that was tho home and preached by Dr. E. H Loo. 2d samo vs Will Nywell. Hence' Gooch. Ere,t nro.howlng un welf In uprln,tend.en' Pearce. 4S IVcd Klssllng etc Vs Fred Von It be'er 'hen on bu'iness th0 past week. M Mrs. irae va Jesse nrock. ..- lutvti, r. r- iGruenlgan. ". xicuiu it iimwn. SUU Jildee Hal. iviii inr.L-- ; nAiin iiuv . w. loon, short- Vlslti"- B""n were . criticised- county Raythe Ileaztey of ofMr.Rockcastle ... ....... .... . I. I'mltt mndB lr . 20 . nu la Commonwealth of Kk., vs Char guest 28 and Mrs. Co., book publisher! and tho trim !to defoat this group or athlete I Monday. i U' It ttamaav v. II II Ixgitn. le.y th.tn ,. ,. , . to Morelan r, y, lli-K James H. Hearley. Miss --in - ZHStuZ Barrett Brown Is visiting Margaret 60 J. P. Hryan admr vs Klwood Tot-- . n,n8 or the ncath or air. ... a.- ,Arthur Hughes. C. J. 8, I. the be.tl .The new3 2S ame vs Wess Pellman. her cousins I ten etc. rT. 7"CiL I'anltor ever In the employ or mis l.iaascox a uincinnuu was a buwk hi uoh. 01 moreer cuuiuy. IVubourvillc. 30 snmo vs Will I.ee. Bessie 01 U It. IlllghM gdn vs E. M. Jones, OKLAHOMA GOVERNOR 13 oninwuuopln m at homo from Miss Normal Gullcy our community Tuesday. His remains, A.Lrhooi OLD, Is ."; the school masj h again were brought here Wednodnv night in which Judge Losslng wrote the de- - at Richmond. Mrs. George Robinson Holtzclaw GJ ..." B ..C" WWRa llllico-Is out n-.. -. Perry vi G. W. Phelps. nnri wr intered In the Junction City r.,VBH It Is charged Rankin thus , "VO . th p atata nf 17 Ran TK nnnrt,. aud Misses Edna Kavanaugh and WM-o- r . T,.uvv. .Hv .. ..Singleton hra vs Nathan iXtanto rtvirtf-Mia wir niea oi iever inaL Mm0inrv. J. D. Buchanan. visitors in lcxlngton the i"? Singleton has also MAM,AM.,i 'ssy ttml u Imd no nutnoruy to enter past .1 ? rf Al.le M. v. week. Mrs. Ann Robinson is I? ?5. .5i' Vi. -t to u..,i,a,wt such a compromise that he did ....""-"-""- --,, HirgeBi uuiuuc, .... .,hn rt,itIM in attnrnv is vhltlng Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Robin-sou- , it iiuo,,---- ood,. . John Gray. iin tne miiK. grocery, meoi uusuddenly ibhould - perform for a cllnet.- and that of Danville. Mrs. Ernest Bobnn ... n.-- i r.c t .,l devot- Doll 8chool 'ness In Junction City died Gra-- s Graded "i'.'r i":to ,le.r wmertoa who In1..'"0.' Campbell or Stanford has been with nnt S. Gover vs C. Blngteton. , himself his dauchter. Plnmm-- r nnrhinrP ihn,. Snndnv morning of heart, having been negligent. Be Is not en- - her .III. Carter vb Wm. Martin. mother. Mrs. Jacob Joseph left i J. stdont In Hargrove College Perkins . W. J. Kdml.ton trouble. He llvedjust over th Boyle'Utled to tb fee of 11.000 allowed him Friday for a visit to her daughter -- H. J Mclloherts va J. B. Jackson '." Miss ?.ttV. At th. tournament. ... raa O. A. Faulkenberry vo iuaiiud . m". ll.4k num. nf.lArona.1.1Cruce. t, the full in 13V, c?"ywill i 11 8. Baucbman admr vs P. Cuin-.6- 7 Mr.. Charles Davis, or Chattanooga. !"" L ...... v ,, ..k ,,, ,mv0 arr . th. i ...t nf this ,Hvh lianumv. sctiool tne llustonvuie pise, ne was , n...- AS I. It. t'nnk va K .1 T,.lln In the district court of the United Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Collier and little v uitvi nan .UWJCt a uuiuti .v......0 iiiiiiiiit nrinr : rn ja Christiana cnurcn and waaA1"s winners, con In the II.- -- . -,- o- v were among the first prize JI . aa Tlltl x "1, SEastern district of daughter ot Tennessee have been vis. Hhl. inauguration Ifa A avt iting Mr. and Mrs. J. . Collier. Miss . Holla Arnold Is making a soiourn in IKrlS-lhwdYsl'-.V'oofirst Oklahoma Cam Cincinnati and Louisville. Miss Lell.i -- " h Op - "a.Ke.lnot knowing that K- - Hoblnson 0Ue?dHl,rlnRVD,8t: vs L. C. WHhera among friends here Friday -- d Satur Grant has returned to Danville after . .. v- i luo ,u,;i h Uh school inspector ot me.aay. uo . In r me uioresaia uanxrupt lor a uis-.- r n visit to Lancaster relatives Robrt .rAru '0 11 C Ne,il vs Rice uenge. The '"?i '..''."': was s .."' ...' t r - n..... u, 1.m. XtoPnrmnpk. , U: ,,Haiiy U. 'Moreland VS ... - I). ThnmHnv. I i. ..reltv well especially UJ uuaiuMs," Will. iniiaw .... man" ai"w- - -- i.h.j .. r, , , furn, uinmtni char, It Is ordered by .he court that VnlJcfr lert t,le past cck for Spring- """r1 'r Hanking uo., vs -a.; .vurr , .,,,. "'".r activity nnu I.. hearing be had upon tho snmo 'dale Montana. Ralph Arnold of Har'.. "w classind thJ,i school among tno icaa- - tr' Orchard be- I ; iV"f ? r has been with his ('. Dunn etc. "..,.. mndo b) Cruce "ulan "V" ,H JO"u ,nlt8- U,eSmou8d'anda.he llelmjthe ,8th da, of Mauu. A D. 1911 lather Mr Tho reply "."," V. '"A """"" this ar-- lucrtthkh schools ....of 1 , iitinl a In tliA G. W. Shelton vh Geo. Hopkins. .... uu" tli- slate, to C. WitMiosbure Banking Co., vs I Joe Arnow. uiu said ,v.. n a Un,ii -- .. -- ,..,".. .11.I'UfH JIII1JI Wilkinson vr. Bottle WP "isntlon Wn.1ft. a.l.n.lf..i UIIU UIIUIUUl IIIUI1 ,hn.l blacksmith shop nnd will putln a stock illdlvln ill court In Covington, : ln sri-- , nr. nmilleil lin ." W Stinrt . A. Bl. .a .1a.. lJIilvlrlaBVlS'vfea-rtasoon. I ,V. Yocum vs Tom Gooch. school bill. , "l0"' PUBLIC SALEI .. I.. v. 0"" vtiains nunir vs tieo. AdauiH "' "' !. ui.".t "' mubkpu iui tm.r under the county highsocloty mot Fob or goo-i- Alma vosiy tne ei.u-.eu- i !. "1 n. fl " VI r. m. " I1UUCC LUKICUI UUn,IfllUlIUUCU UIJU 11 S l.lterarv vs IU Houge- - clc. to "::, -- r:,' "l Ml' .ln.1. I a lr Ilttt It r I I MI" LililL - O I. RlcUirds n. ... , WJ. . ... r .. t touch rn tho subjoct ngnln. 'tc ' OCCUled 10 go north I vs A. II. Heazley. ' f11 ' Hiiuiiuriuiu. ill. In tl,n IMnrlnr Toi rnnl n ,..ae Wh ww married In lSS)!t to Ch'ek the lit tlie scnooitopics or tno program iiodph -- 08Uy f. ......... VI. I, Floyd va Clovoland Flovd 07 -- Geo. Burton etc va Geo. Burton' ,'u ,VaDer Sa'e March 1st ft m IntorestlnR 7r ,al tod In said dlstrlc and all 1" Le Flow, n Chicks- etc. ' l(l. "f tho noted lo I'loro - Haw IllJlnn J. II. Carter etc vs Martlm Hamns ftiiiii Stevens vs Will Monl-,family or Carter county ,on- hlt Oak.lBter. f8'raaah3c" She was 'VostasQ inte. Thc patrons of tho toUHP". Sr.. of " "lu "u'etn"; land, Ky., mos iroiiion C!l iloiigh va I). A. Buugh. M. Goodnight vs J. II. conceded to ho ono of the moit beau- Mrs. 19 Ji'hn llful girls In thnt section of tho terItaney etc. Loulayllle' Singleton vb 10 Garland ..... nnu In).ln. rltorv. .70 Aililln llnlilnann v. linri.i. ..-- .She nnd her slain,, wnrn w an . -- , . .. nan mm. nn -a.. hu uuvniuj AAniuat utiii .v haui air ui niinnva wMa ia...ainnn -- riMiiii nn oiu ,' . M. J. tm....i uV Witness the Honorable A. ..,. AiT' liiiiiiii:atoves kci many other v"':. '."" i known throughout tho southern part , .L.." Ilvo grand bo Pet8i and larland Singleton vs Louisville r nrticle U school auditorium on March 10. lips, nnd leavesgranucnuoren. enjiaren, n.... as Y jonnuon un?.0.. ,ti Tnomosuruuu VB vs F. Dlshon. ;oi uio st.uo u, tut- Btove nnd Tin Co. 'The names of the 12 apeakors will bo mid some Kroat . R.chnTln'sam ! Mr nnd Mrs. Puarl Kirkland nun I, t. iiil-k- nuuojr AllUfUlIU unilin " iiivuivi 42 -- JftS. SICCOrmaCK VB J. J. DCPPICS lator, .... ...... .. w and the father was a Chocktaw. given i aKnnnn lunrtlon. Mr. and Mrs. James trlct. on the 17th day of February, '73 James Forester vs Susan Foroster (W.....V. winuu iuiuiiii tiu uur 1,1 s;ilf- 0,a iii..dm,w nml rlnnirlilivr of Ijhinot1 J). lUfl. Mr. Cruce who died eight years ago. Casjiell Mc.Cattcn. n Georgetown A. C. UONNETT, W. B. Icxlngton Coal & Coke Co. vs 17. 74 Sallto Adams vs Geo. Adams. 11 JOHN C. FINNULL. Clork, came ! Smith 76 James Foster vs SUdo Footer, Inherited the facial characteristics of Auctioneer. qjiia sont to tho penitentiary for nnrt Mr, nose Ellis, of Somerset O Gooch. W. 0. BENNETT, D. C. 76 Mutpby & Acton vs llobt. Fngley, tho Chlskhsaws and wna named 'Chick ur. ra. .iaiii np a tiitka.. irom uihi to attand the funeral ot Mr .J. W. IR J G Irvln vs OatUq Broaddus. ,,, , t ul Mm Tntiirlnti --Tittt iifi I t .!.. r ,. v 0. N. O. & T. 77 Garr Scott & Co., vs KtHbell Dll- - le.' while th0 uame "Chuckle" was roost Of Iteuben Offutt. this being nls Burkei- "i irpthegrove u.r " Hon. given to the other twin, who resem- htru.rit on tno G. 8. II. R. who Lost Gold soal rlni: with In'tlnU. .. u 'ny gp 0IU ronvlctlou for siaauar ocreBaos. Th hiadqaarters at Moreland are now "F. D. T.- -. Howard fer return to u Journal or Saturday 78 Minnie Curd vs Mary Broaaugh. bled tho father's race, tho Chbctaws. thlrd afeplo vs J. B. Jones. tho had given tho Via term under 47U MurBtiy vs a. A. Walter etc. 7Qieutella Logsdon vs Klmor livening Post, jo send In your renewal lrs- - Clar D Traylor. staUQued hero. Cruce was born on a farm five mile. Ho vas criminal aof. MJ 4 Wo can save you moaoy. don. south of Marlon Crlttendon county, habitual JoassDlVB A. B. Moraun. Ky.. July 8tU, 1861. If-- ai.' IsiPk V 0, N, . ft T.tfO-- N, 1. Poacotlc vs Cora nua,U. FEBRUARY TERM OF 61 rr. 0.4T.P 's ?r M BJw tJiw it ot,y Va-igh- n ,lJ.U' - " " ." Sl cUrifnVT Ml""1 1C 6- W'&yjrS'LtJ&'W'Zl ', IU&&.Jm.I - i,u,,.n il. 20j., W" 9-- Ilny - -- ,"" ... -,- .- !... ifiu ui. jt.,. 1 ,',r .. ., "e ..j. ... . ff"L. ."" - .....:.. "" wish.r?""!!''.."1" nj tnt 'lhly iucuv 1 V- - -- i'tp?". '""',." i.w, , '""." 'n7 ,""'""" .."':" ',. ...:,. .' " .. 'tcl .'ik v o 1 - '.,rL 1 .v..... clerk t- 1 1 M!Piv;rtTi.TO . m ir c !.. n....tt ,!,., "t..,'I:. ,w.,,,. ' '"""',,. ua O'-- Cv 33-m- lTnln.u'h f.-iiilr- ... "' i,;.. "" "i""" .... ro.Li V.i ..... tuf . !U lu.D aeanuV "' ...... Dn .i j f" - - ". '""'"""" " ' :,"' '".;...' ,'' I '. "l ""'"' - 1 "l.Lt vi-r- .'r what'o,' Jflfeet tT nr ,. vh ..,,, 3-- 4 tn 47-H- ta'e ;ih, .""" .rJ --- 3-- 'Vnl ll. k g V lt ft i. l:0n ffta ,z: "",.. " ... ....., ,..! I f irnby,!Hn " ":i --. i'-0?' o- W rn rllJ"'llwT$yd' J "'1"mZ ,,i SiSSM ....: 52 wail., .-a l- --- -. iHfnr-nvnnMin- to .., --' 66-L- uclen ,. ,u. . r". - n, ii.-i- fe" "P. i5 .. .!.'. '1. .. c ""' j.l a Ad"ia aa . a'rab a i rr:r'.r"?" ,,,, ii !,.,, ,i., .iT ..... "i" tn. .nnl a TS'&tA S'SSi ..,. iui""v. " iio av- C'WSi,.C., "-.:- ".; ""rW - 'win mctt .. 'e.."a s .. , 1 ' AIII0rg,oil"V 'i "?;.:" ..r at vr " ..,.l, "?'"".' 7Z . -- ir "C 8 1 J'n ' " u... - , ,, :. oc'snnerca AlTT,la .w S,8.!! A..BDur.;.i,:. ;"" "'"'",. jo 1 L"'' Jgj' ,,.. j (' Igs ll mi " THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUESDAV, TEBRUAnY 2 1 It, 1111. m 1, 1911 4, 1910 to W. C. Mnoro and J, N. Cox hate been In dk tod nt Itaiivlllo on tho 8VM1Y TUESDAY AND FIUDAY chat go of being lenders of tho night r,l,cr ''and wlilcli Is alleged to linvo "ZT". 7TT! T77i ,"TT, AflflETBt nuiorcu m mo posiuuico uv oi.ui- - cuf ,,wn four ml,C9 of nstn nio ford na cccond cIam mall. poi.ilont Telephone Company's linos bo CnMi In Tfoas Jan A, 1910. . .29!t 62 Unsh rollscted In settlement twicn Danville nml Lancaster last ' SS.UO ul'h Judge J. C. Mil gee April. Unci: tax, settlement, In full POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS At tbo September lorm ot the IMMAW7 39 02 with J. r. Jones less com four men. mombori of prom ' years I have For twenty-nin- e tnont families ot liarrlmnn, Tcnn., 1'JOU taxes collected by J. V. For Circuit Judge 225,00 Jones been nt intervals a great sufferer indlotcd, charged with brln par-lh- o 2 00 Interior Journal Is auUiorlicd wuro ,0 M License for picture ahow from rheumatism. During that of th . nruin Mccn'o for soft drink standi,. iu uunuuuco vnriei Th.lr nhm.. n time, no telling how many gal4fi.H0 II months cnndidato for Circuit Judo of tho (".,lrr n,1llo,ph mitM nnrt two olhpr, lons of the various kinds of lini,, WjilllnBford. Thirteenth Judicial dlstrtflt, nt tho nimw, r,mRC In Commission on picture show. . .fi.00 ments and oils I have used and Overdraft Crnb Orchard Hank election, to bo held Novembor, .0iirt tlmie voting r.(.n declared that ing Co., trein 35.74 with but little relief. Recently, ubjeot t tho action of tho Demo- - tllpy hni, bCPn MToi lo rto sno workj by J. N. Cox, manager f the UnlneH I was confined to my bed help" Total $680.28 """ Inlnnhnnn I'nnmitf. nt Cnnkvlllo less. I tried Sloan's Liniment ' "Taft and euro defeat or a progrcs- - Tpnl, DISBURSEMENTS FOR 1910 nnd ..... ,,.,- - destroyed lio sent for two large bottles, and used it with such satisfactory results that I n neg w,,u0 DCnB personally dlrerteJi January Mectlno with slvo Republican candidate and I have up to this time used about half a 50 cent bottle with splendid cunnrc to mi v. C Mooro, manager or li-- J. P. Tones Chlof of Police, t,y JSO.Oi) Ono month inlnry This U th0 ultimatum being put up uanCgbor plant, at Somerset. Ky. success." James Hyde, Becbc, White County, Ark. K. Hopkins, agisting imllre to Itcnubllcans all over th country by Got Ease in Less Than Ten Minutes. days. . .., Tno 2 00 . tho recently organlrcd 1'rogrosslvo Re ft,. .t I II1U 111 mil 1BII WUUII I num. Mr. James E. Alkxander, of North Harpswcll, Me., writes: "I am rwwni.. February Meetlno. m.l.lln.n Inomin Tlin J. 0. Illddlo coal S1.3C a horscshoer and subject to many strains In my back and hips which has pnlgn slogan was coined by (llbson; In the 'n'td Stater cmirt at Somer J. P, Jones 1 month salary ....20 00 Gardner, omo of th0 press ngonts of brought on rheumatism in the sciatic nerve. I had it so bad one night J. II. Ollkorson, clerk ono Tom Roll, charged when sitting in my chair, that I had to jump on my feet to get relief. I I tho progressive organization. Is true ,wt last week, wob dltmtssed whilewith a.no month tfalsry his .counterfeiting If what the progressive says I at once applied your of Tafts means partner Joeph Coffev confessed to March Meeting that tho Hi 20.00 ,dofeat for tho republican party an having made money nnd papains It. J. P. Jones one menth salary & 1912, It might as well bo accpted now Coffev cutirosed to a. A. Donnellt, April Meeting. r that tho next president of the United member of tho secret service of Louis- - J. P Jones one month salary .. 30.00 States Is td be a dcmocraL Mr. Taft.MUc, who Investigated tho rase. Cof KranK vation hauling stone tlvreo 2.25 fourths of a dny aM ho had n complete outfit nt 1 his fey fcecms certain of a Is bconuso ho his tho necessary mach- - his home nnd had been making money Kd Rogers haullnb stono 1 dny 3 00 predlng stono3 Inery to get the nomination. s""e time. Ho snld that others Jim PorrMi spredlng stone 1 days. 2.00 m i.otlch .. .. ! !ft I Oardner gives seven reasons why hlnher up were In with htm, but he 1.R0 dors. give ,Taft should not recelvo a nomination: 'refuted to nltl their namos nt this- h A N. It. K. 1 car crushed ,hJ' haTe nof,n operntI 1. His fnllure to receive endorse- - "mp "e 20.00 ment at the hands of Roosovelt. ,'"5 " Pulaski and other vicinities for M? stono M. Perkins, cash puld H. 2. His nlllnnco with. Aldrlch Cnnnon eomo time. His mould Is for making Stoenbergen nnd II. King .. hen asked whv he M Halllnger nnd others generally credit- - 6 rent pieces, to the affected part and in less than ten minutes it was perfectly easy. id wilh connections with special prlv- - '":lo "ch snm I denominations, he D. K. Farrls, trustee 4 month acr- - 14.no vlco (nnswered that nlrkols were eftlder to Ueg0 I think it is the best 01 all Liniments.' ;' II. (J. Howard, now pump In 3. The hostility of tho progrewlvo Pa" public well 18.00 C wing, led by men like LaFolIette, nev May Meeting uo Vn Know u,at crouP can Be orldpe. 1'Inchot and Roosevelt. J. P. Jones 1 month salary ..20.00 1. Tne public disapproval ot Taft's .tonted? Give Chamberlains Courh S.7fi bad faith In accepting tho presidency Remedy as soon ns the child becomes Tim Iiuchanan work for city. Sid Duko lumber . 4.76 croupy cough CampWl and Pettus brush . anffBrS8IVo,,Jia,tralnl8terlnS1h'" " oven after the .20 , the 3 GO wl11 Prcvont the attack. J. I). Anderson carpenter work 5. Tho bad effects of his snnort ofinPPnr8 an1 Halllnger nnd opposition to genuine It Is also a certain euro for croup and J. Ii. Gllkeron clerk 3 months 4R0 salary conservation. relief. has never been known to fall. Sold J. W. Guest tnis'eo 5 months jit 6. Tntt's nqutosenco in tbo Aldrlc by Penny's Drug Store. Ico 5.n0 on tariff bill, his use of jiatronapo to Prlco 25c, 50c, and $1.00 at All Dealers. June Meetlnq progressives, his defeat of an In20.00 Send for Sloan' Free Hook on Mono. Addrrlt J. P. Jones month salary. come tax, otc Sale of Franchise M. M. Perkins, order Miller, . 7 Tho eumulntlVp effect of these ns &&- Wolf h nnd Snodgrnss . . . . 4 60 DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. seen in tho repudiation of the party . ..J.20 Kdu Irtcn llrc-s.- , pnts TO MY LINCOLN FRIEND3 in thp Iato elections. Kd. Kdwnrds 1,000 foot lumber. .12 00 Opposed to theso nro the facts that by B. Horklns hauling lumbor. . . . .!. Pursuant to an ordinance adopted 1 am now locfltod on Fourth street, he has the confidence of Wall street; (Hiker, on ono months WRITE ME FOR PRI CE3 ON HIGH GRADE that thoro Is n strong sentiment In fa- tho City Council at tho regular moot- J. !!. with the bct equlpied stable In srlary l.H't vor of giving any president n second ing held Feb. 2, 1911 tho undersigned and will he ylad to see jii-- i at term, and that tho regulars In this par will on .Monday Keb 27 J 911 at aboui July Meeting.1 I. P. Jonog salary .. ..209" any time. And will how th ladl" month ty favor his Rut the public out M. lyrd cutting 1.00 elelftlly rourteout treatment facts which practlcnlly cinch a re- - 2 P.M., oftur for snlc nt subject to W. IT. Perkins weed I 1 7" HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED i"vt mdw cry a tuleplione franchlso D. F. LOGAN. . nomlnntion for Taft are thee r ,,.,' ii l M. Irkin trvas !Mt nvor PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. 1. Tint the republican organization !tUe conditions of said ordinance wiilct. 4 C! draft . Is aa follow is controlled bv Rig Htislnes" WILLIAM A. DURNETT, Tho City Council of Hie city of Stan Aiinuit M?ftlmj. 2. That M10 soithorn delegates nre LOUISVILLE, KY J. V. tonoa month salary . . 20.90 BOURBON STOCK YARDS. broucht under Taft's control by fed-th- I ford do otdain as follows: . Established 1U01. Section L -- That thore shall bo i Id J. 11 Ctlkonoa rlwrc 2 month patronngo nnd cash. Kentucky Agency for Owl Brand. isry Lost bidder for to :t. 1 ZsffiSSEBBBsK; binedTlint the southorn delegates com- the. the hlghoat nnd 120) years a fran- Slnjtloton " . ewil term of twenty , with the delegates who can be V IX Idmltm, coal 1 05 9&i by state mnchlnoi controlled chlso or privilege to construct, esdelhered 382 K I'arria Trvsto 4 moniha ZXZ. ,, by such ns Ponroc, Trimer, Crane, tablish, maintain and operate n telejigjA.rj- - -. sees:: STIRRING TIMES. 4.01 senlco Vldrlch, Carter and Warron. make up phone wystein for public and private P?1!" two thirds or tho delegate to tho na use In the city of Stanford, includlne Seotember Meetlrg salary -- v rtr hjutng In th tmlldlnc Uae Su.nn tho necessary conduits, subways an. J P. Jons 1 months 1 tionni repnblfcan convention. riilkerson clerk months Wt oiirry a full line, of lime, (MMtrr "Slmll it be Taft nnd sure defeat." manholes, wires, poles and other cquli J. l.Sfl alarv demand tho T)rogrflvs or a pro- ment. and also the right of way oor, October Meeting , moment ftiMl vrrthlng cJ uvctlM , 1 gressive republirnn candidate with a along, under, through and In the J. P ror building,. Kerthlhpt purchase lOiie .'one month alary( avenues, alleys, parks, square street, rlinn"p lo wH." M. M mnnths Mrvlc..S0i here Mill tie toand of the bent quail It iookfr as the answer is to be: bridges and other public places tu .1 W. Perkins Gnet ?. months orvlco ....3.00 said city for the purpose or running ty nnd the best for intended pjrMMta "Taft and sure dofeat." the subways, manholes, poles, wire November Meeting We will aVo you troublu sni uiuoxt The Chas. Wheeler Emporium at Hustonvillc, months ta'ary . . 50.00 and other equipments necessary to J. P. Jonoa Col. John D. nohbage, editor of ths constnict, establish, malutaln nnd W. .'. Starks, 7 cars entitled ary expeuse by sondlng to m tnf sv . A. CARSON, Ky., invites the public to their Annual Clearance .Clo voi port News, who was a vigorous opornto esld tolophono system In the stone .140.00 itlmate. and Sale embracing all winter goods. Ladies' suits ippprter ol lien Johnson, said In tho cily of Stan'.ird in accordance with L. ft N. It V Co.. freight en 7 last isa.i0 of his paper: .11200 childrens' unstoi.i "ir the conditions, terms and llm'tatloni. skirts, Ladies' underwear, mens' and A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. McCreary the Man D?remb,,r Meeting of this ordinance. derwear, absolutely at cost. Calicoes 5 cents per Our advice t otho dumocrati of this J P. Jonoa 1 moonth salary . ..20 00 2. Section That It shall be the duty icou.ity. if they want success. Is to of th, major to offer said franchise V.' V. tliirgtii, telephone raos- yard, all best brands, no seconds in my stock ask to flUlt snges .00 tomfooirrv or nersnnnl nnll. or privilege at public auction to t see our black silk petticoat at 52.08. For special son. ti.s and get on to board Democratic h'ghnet and best bidder at 2 o clock Jol'n Cornni ditching linos. Get together and null tocethor. P. M.. on MONDAY FKH. 27th 1911 J. V Mooro working grades l.oo bargains, see o"r Clearance Sale on shoes, buy two i Our mnn U out of the race. He quit 10.0 tho court house door In Stan- .1. v. Moore nnieasor pairs for the price of one. ' W ar In oittlnii todimll klmli of ot hi ovn nccord cr on the advice of hoforoKy 1 ilfrey ranking 7.' after giving notice thereof Sim flllkorson. clerkdltob IllooJ. Work, I'av, iiinu uch .1. H a few overzealous friends who soom ford 2 months A full stock always on hand. Our spring by advertisement for ten (10) days In KDd.ln (net, i'Mii mnkenny IUIn frtiin to hsvo beon mistaken. Mistakes will 4.50 sol dnwii ton U po.t We cmi orv the Interior lournny, nnd In which John vices shirt waists are ready for stock of ginghams, ladies yoo prnnpllr unit 2iirnt happen in the best regulated mamlllos. r.IcCnrloy, ditching 2.00 nrt-rlni- ( ordinance xork nl mtTlnl. Oill nml (nt nur )f Irci Aim wnen we make mistakes tho best notice he will Insert tliie City Conn- W. W. Uurgln. trustee 12 your inspection. blforr yon liuy jriniMnikltrlnl nt Iia1 cud ho will report to tto thing to do Is to right thorn and do It 1200 itionths service hltn for It quickly. Ard don't bo nshnmed of ill tho bids received by City Council S.mi Tntum Trustco 12 months approval .and the said 12 00 Fcrvlco thorn. Tho greatest mistake we over I). K. Fnrrls trustee 2 months mnde wns when we took a wild shoot reserves the right for and on behc "'tnnfvril, Kr. of the city to rejoct any and nil bids and wont off with tho unknown gods. 2.00 crvlco A HORSE'S OVERCOAT lor said franchise or privilege and in J. . finest trusteo, 2 months inj ming ror nil good loyal democrat cuy n.oV,Tiis to do is to unite on the only man who case the bid reported by the said May 2.03 korvlee o culled :t bUnkel. e haw ovory csu nairy nur banner through at the or thall bo rejected by tho City Coun- M. M Perkins trustee months 1 onn lurnl.h 5.00 kind from the llghtokt to tho hoavieit Borvlro the Imit. ki Kneral eloctlon, and that Is McOrcary cil It may direct, by resolution or orThis sale will be on FEBRUARY 1st to conT.?". V ,,lf "'1m oleut (low, nUnu n Rowfr. 0 nro no less n friond of Mr. Johnson dinance. Said franchise or prlvllcgo to from tho fancy blanket for roed us all Undi. VuIIm, n, on ,kor Respectfully yours for 30 when Wo do this, now Hint ho is out of bo again o'fered for nalo from tlm0 to tinue through February, pollea. AImi ruakA a of wrralti to tht) plain but serviceable out' for for fur rUDcml iurirf, time ur.t'.l a satisfactory hid shall be wo race Tho next best man is )IU tlioiiliv. In an honest deal. Imte k) tho stable. Kurj liln.1 of stablo utensil tnl ronnoctlnn "PARAYSHEETH" Uo fo a tried nnd true demo received nnd approved, or acept any otTirtulli.on UaaTl nt rum.mljl. OR crat, nnd tho only man who can win of the bids offered In its discretion too. Good, of ooatse, and reawn,ible Irlcci. Section 3. lleforo tho onld fran"IN THE BEGINNING." in No ember. In prlco. Thoy have to bo U conform imiiumtianuiiki:.n iiouhkh. chlso. or prliilege shall he vested In ALTA EGO Knltumunii, I'hik may bo accepted A CATESHI3M the bidder whoso bid OF TRUTH. to our harness standard. .1 Kf HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. And Lancaster is to get a $15,000 by tho city council, n contract sbanll C. McCLARY, Stanford. anwernmenl b'll'diL'H LooV !fif Rtan h? !ltrod irtn ItAtwpAn tha rlty nnd Thrca hooks fcy Geo. O, liaraes. Evan-- li l Kfa. ford will soon bo the only city In the cald bidder sotting out tho terms congelist, and recently Issued nre for sale huh VTiutvr ouinngb" Eigntn district without one. ditions and limitations upon which bv MrV Mary II. Craig, Stanford. Lin(.aid franchbn or prlvilogo shall bv coln county, Kentucky, Pox 1(53. At The Nmv York City papors woro nil granted and containing stipulations tho following prices: My new fall and winter samples nr amazed nt the size suit case carried i.oceasnry to protect tho cltv and U Ueraysheetb, cloth bound It now ready for your Inspection. fiOo uy unto James. The biggest thing require of the bidder fulfillment of Santo paper bojnd rin 40- comprise tho bct on the tnarkvL said conditions and limitations, and lta Kgo, cloth bound uuui ui liuwevor is 11IH IIPZOO. H'o tho clt ycouncll reserves tho power Same paper bound can suit any one as to prlco lm bat to liifort in said contract such stipu C.itochlsm of Tnith paper bound. 10c his clothes made t LUM LESTER DEAD A sup rder lation concerning tho time in wbUb Ot lloraysheeth, Mr. ltarnoa aald: "if V C I.oater formor Common. tho work shall 'begin nftar tho accen-tunc- anything 1 have oor wrltton on holv made to your measure Is preforabli ttcaltbg Attorney and of tli(. bid nn dthe pneo to be themes was Inspired this bonk hoa to ready madu oloUea. Yd uunng uov uraa'oy's State Inspector To lia nuministrntlon, charged for telephones to lu sub.-uthnt stamp more unmttakablv tha'i thorn mado to measure doesn't ro, died at hU home in Williamsburg .Su I have penned" i por anv apoj Co years. Mr. Loster wns era wlilcli shall not exceed any more than road' made wn-- i the phIo of ltooeipts hoin In I'uKukl county and dnrlne month for rosldense, ?2 prr month for hook will from tired to puhllnh lhoo , nu qnaltty and fit u he V' other service the time at tho ex 111s ei.riy lire carried tho mall betwoon ilarnoa' Ang'o Niaol leoturea Thi In aad tot m mnaur , omeisct and Mont ceKo. Ho nftor plratlon of which said telephone sys- l.wt Irlbo, The Vanished Hcpiie ' H.'rd IL O. huwj in (TaoUcal a school teacher nnd ono tem shall ho In operation, tho manner Iki To thorn not blo to buy Cim th' A HOUSE ON YOUR HANDS, cr tn most eminent cducatur In the and places In which snld poles shall Mr ho erectod, how much of ta'd wire books nre free for the aklng iiiHini.iinii lie studied law nnd wps twthout iasurnnca on the b usr, U Craig bo glad to rooolve rontrl vlmlttod to the bar while toichlng rliill hn plnced underground and nt Imtlons will help publish tho lecturo nlnayg a T.'elght upon (hi mind till , to 110 was electwl Common what points manholes Rhall bo cnoo" Esich contributor may have tho ou do your duty to your fuml y u1 nnd such other conditions wealt's Altormv In t)i Whitley conn- yourself by itibuiing It In a .ol d c i. iy oiBirut in is'iz. but roslgnod to be- - and limitations as the said council mhid niiictor irany. Wo will scurjj you aba 't '.y ,000 Ho leave' n wifeunder uov Urnd. may bv ordinance dlre-- t franchise or Section A That tho nnd throa chll UM ev ngatttst lo or " mara by fin. bv tin 11. V V. Lester of ClnolnrinH- - Mlaa pnviloo irnv!d In thin ordinance II I e a dmwin'4 ''U n im I y th t u tenchor nt Koy when said contract Is ontered Into Have added a new and complete .utri'do belns; thall not be construod friend m nejd. ii-i- . im, mm a graduate or tnr any wav oxchiglve or asasnreveiitlnla line of magazine and periodicals as i)uisviiie Klndergurdon Tralnlne W. S. FISH nnu Keun l.oster, young eon. the city council of the city of StanSTANFORD, KY. well as the latest approved fashion (Xj PHONE 2GC ford from providing for tho sale of n Of the journals and invite your inspection. fXf lowed attackperalstentcrln Ih often fnl. similar franchise or prjvlllgos to othUiulertakeni and Emlialm by 11 couch, which to er persons, companies of corporations wr pay .nanv proves n groat unnoynnce. nnd tills limitation shall bo Inserted itt. Also Dealors in Fur ChHinborlaln's HIGHEST CA8H PRICE Cough Itemody has In nuy contract entored Into botwren niture, Mattings.Rugf. Thej been oxtenslvoly used nnd with good the city of Stanford and such person, For All Kinds ot lccess for tho relief nnd euro of this corporation or company. Farm Product will exchange Furniture for touph. Many cases havo been wired HIDES AND FUR3 WANTED Section 5. Tins ordinance snail UNDERTAKER AND EMDALMER sll Kinds of Stock. Give Stanford, Kentucky. fit'T n.any other romedloa hnve fail- take offect from nnd after its passage NOW. ed. Sold by Penny's rirug Store STANFORD, - KV. nnd publication as required by law LAND & IIUCHANAN TberoaCall. Pricea Right. Homo Tboue tft m K II. KI.OIIKNCK. Mnvor alanford, lo lffire Tbi'no 17 g "VSYY Id ('itv of Stanford - KENTUCKY GSafUQQaBUEEaSBEIBSaBBa "It Cured My Hie Interior Journal. Established 1872. Men High uP. INDICTED Report of Trustees of Town ef CUT. TELEPHONE LINE iH ELTON 8AUFLEY PublUhtr FOR HAVINQ 0A8TIN CRAB ORCHARD, KY., Jan. Jan. Ladies' Shoes Q 0 o iHyi Back" .... I C!r-'cu- lt Just before the arrival of new g stock we want to make room and , ,.(,.. ,. je,,, ll.tl..t ,., , lil. . get rid of some Small Lots now on o our shelves To do this we make the . . ' PRICE . ? 6nru MOVE o 0 THEM worth ? it SLOANS LINIMENT fr All of our ladies' Patent Leather $ Vici, Cravinette and Tan Shoes in g ootn lace ana 9m 2 ll Dotton, ..a ; g . $3.50 and $4 go on sale Sloan's Liniment docs not need any rubbing. It's a powerful penetrant. Try it for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Sprains, Chest Pains, and Sore Throat. It gives almost instant H P, Today at $2.50 Cash BRING THE MONEY. . is I i& -- . . . co-er- .... . H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. 1 .... frafrftpoqfrftaft&O?-IMn-tllt- "A ' c COTTON SEED MEAL Uki&&MtkagSiBBB f$ yjyn aarnct.i . 4- -8 nL-- I At' 1 . iw Fresh Oysters STYLE. '. m SERVED IN ANY CLEMCE SALE ! .... 1 THE PE5T HEfflL IN !" TOWi KT 1 f J. r CONCRETING - This Sale is a Bonalide One And No Hot Air. PHILLIPS BROS., for salei ! itij 1 Chas. Wheeler, JgI. 111 m J g rii lii. ti. tt M He&aeHEEBBsessessfii w y V m B,L giypi BBSS ua mp 1 yr ui mr ewv -- i, L,Beaz!ey &Co I. C. McClary, 1 lttor, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, trxrCMZf SHSEHES 0D, 1fni'ji,J - i ' ii'iwK "" 'tnmmim.mmim "V?mm f m mmtmmXtr " ii'iwuiiiwmij ;" f iff w Wl I .- TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21tt, 1911. Tir. Jimt roroWnl a fresh .stoefc of the very bent oIIto oil nt Penny's Drug Htorc. I i STAVKOn m VTtT' V INTERIOR KJUKNAL.. MptfCill PROMINENT ODD FELLOW lad Cass of Catarrh Mi Other Compllaatlens. Fully restored by Poruna. Mr. Ch.i. I,. Bauer, Grand Scribe, Grand ' Any pripef on lap robes Pcncp Ilrof :CMCB.-U'JlUJWt'- for n 3 Wanted: 3 00 inns anrwmfnfttrwwnfwwi!rwwiiri!fw.inHWWwwtsK rm&n ICv m ; B PERSONALS. f T.nman'H nllmpnti iro Invited to wrl'j . tlm namei mid nJ.lrofiuos horo givui, posMvo proof that 1 din K. l'inkhiim'u egotabIa (.'tin;Kiind iI.k i mrj femalo II. t. fr t..-u- , 'r IU., Kauui W lfB.l.o..,Wl -- Mr. 1 'Mi Ill.-AlIrauaHi lnrM ATX AT. J.tt..ri,H,r .. Xe.5, lll.llrt.riirltm nv1,irmtnnnitAL II. Sir. Tlfhmr ltjIMnA,l. M.Uu HI. lft i,(l v Orffnnln Illptrvrmnli. Aon AMlertnn, Pak, J!lnn.-11. MBgr)t!Hf.iir.n i. wi7Tii!,r.-r.HB.ll,.W IMnhi TtmUni, IlHiMr. U.t A Mi M...-I(.- Mr. nnrt 8m itnlhnr nent m Point lmell Frltlny for ft visit to. i relit tl voi. Jo'in S Ilntiglim.tn wn In l.rxtnutun on bnlnrr lnt wrcl( J I,. ItMsoy nnd wife ami v,. nt ro'nllve I.noy Mnny, vlnltotl llrynntHVlllrs Haturdny nnd Sunda'. J Prion nnd Hmmett l'tirynar, m Danville, weto hero nt the oponlnt? of circuit rnntt ypsterdn William MI.It tn- - I. .1 -. jmint; Iincnelcr coilwtor wns tinon Friday. MIr Mnry Wnlhor of fiurrnrd Is tho of Alr. J. C. UarJoe T. Kmliry, Jr , la 111 with tfirl llll nt ha parmtV liome on Iwn in. I mm 1 3 3 3 3 1 Encampment 1. O. O. F, of Texnii, writes from San Antonio, Texas; "Nearly two yearn ago t uu mm. ipr 3 - acccpteda pout Hon as secretary and l i , (Kl la , i.l.'i l - C Tan (HI. CntwlfH.J. Victoria. MIm -- Mr rlltto IHwi.nl.. 0latiMK,0AL,OIn,W. II. ltiii,7lK- - a.ln, Aroiraa. CalMfnnli, Mri.lUJotiwt.iD.IWlJl'orlf lllJit,. V.'m. TbJIj, 3TISJ Ovttn ratiifnl YI.-- Mr. J. llnrrodnbnrtt I l Ho xucpt of MIm Jennie Nawland Mn, I li) p Potter Is tho RiiMt of Minn Uvn llnlloy, of In tllln ntpnnc nmln, N II MfaMor, lil IWOH.1 " nnklm. M ..Mn tll, K"r.-- Mr. MbmM,7h.-'lf.l:ttnrhrntir' ..-- W ir I. II. 1 lt . I' Ui HTt Ctij.bi, 'Mllnrt ran. fc .'Til 1 n. Iln4lal. OlnnHt,(lkMMM. Jfu'tei "t. Mr. : KdMLU l.T :tlrk' .njl-Mi.- " . llaHm RlamlMV,!. J ni huM, I. Mi TVfp)lir hi. "MaTTrrl -- Mr. f . I" :r, C ., E.J "V Cwt Hwten St. ..!.-M- m. atl i Knhrk. IL 5. TUi (I. . , 1 AHw Klrlbi.Ml Ww .Mtimi9t ifii. llIMH,liliin,.Mt.l A IUImicw.K l'D.l. Npu,MIh -- lr 11.Mnflw1.MIl. T. UrtTtn,Utiln..Mn ipT, lttla. iln -- MlM Xlnnt lTn4hA;.t. Man. n in rnrii, Adrian, lloli. rii. Hht!ner, II II. lrlml. 1 1, lifc-- Mr. C. II. Mmm, ll.lt Mr 2 i.or n lwWr, riatrloautblfla.iri, It. la. I. 'lr. JnilaKnnkltaH, Irn rln- 0iil irtly. May II It So Mrs. .1 II. Ilrsrrr... V' IetK-li- Uoc. HtiUkM, iu . trMit.li, HJ Mntrl' 1'. AlnMr. re4uti, .Vto.V.r..rmII II. Klitj, IWt ..nli,li.I.Mr Mr,. ML -Iw.cIhm. -arajtllla. Ill i, n.i M- Wnc!i"ter, Ilai n. tl.MltSt. laA-'I- ri, nt, 7. Bewlb ftvif M, M bilH-wii,- rM. l.l, riNlia.MMw A. -- jr.i:.l.itf,Ml.Vll.. M.41iarli ,.l' '. SSI V C- -IJ.f?lll, III Hi.Mr. enlrT ClnalnHl,l.-M- r. lllfllun.ra.-M- r.. jMlntbiii, Hofhh IlufT.- r. Ornrlnn Troohla, MouiwTllK IM -- Mm. Chu Monro, n. K, 1. Chu. Doal), 7.MV :f. I MFKIali ' ' , l'a.-IIM Bl. MlniiaarK.ll, XShin. Vn. John 0. MoliUn, 71 u nrina M , ;.nrti. ltn.ln,(l1iV. lr trmrlnn.H K I) 7. IluJ'n,()lik).-MW .. Mlfkai, Aia. ?: V.'ratwml, llrnjamln, M.-- l'.-M- la. W H.Iwt-- r. l. Johmtou, V.3 IU Illrbanl, yrwiti, II.K II I. IVmftln Weakneaa. Mr. In( Julu r. l'ajlla. 111 AnfMla, M -- M- WlaflaM Ilvia, II. I. II. S. tit. rHl, MInn.-- Mr. II. il. Kehuru, Ift3 VtWlt.tla St. O. IIor,MI) KtnkalJ Ilttibarr. l'a.-l- n. St.. K.I. Kern, M.-M- ra Thorna Aahurrr. S3 Ilia UltnJ, I Adu Htbwatti, (IrnTaSI. JU,l Itiil.l'n -- Mm. Anfmlti, I.jon,It.r.I2. (ljMmlMt,a ,v.ililrl, lUkMUm, Ma. Mm. Iiriiiit llrtlium. 4, IVji -- Mrt. llrkftlP. Clara. 1 tiaiiwllt, . W.Ta'rallacla.liiJ H.K. inw, Mw- -lr OhU.-- lAwrerKa.lnwa.-Mri.JalliA.H.vo- tltlrt. Mr. nifln, IIIMrs. Ituirr Lstutorg, 7(3 Ailauit Hi. Pv-KchMtTantnTrii Crmt UtWkh. IMla I'. Alter Cti.iK.ii. I'a.-l'alrthuira.l'a.-M- ri. IJolla A. Jutliaw, tUt Mr IMIoTno.OUlu II. No. 7. No 0. Marr hVirlvlna, It. V II 3. -- Mri.CliarlaTCtiaaiaan, )l.V, w,lt A.O llaVanlt. -- Mr rtltllllantltnn. . IS3. Utnlhur, JI..-.- Mr. iMtan Air. 4"MMB.III -- Mr JWitar, "v Aiimuf Aim, Theo wonjon itw only it few of tlioutuiids of living wlliifts'.tw of thoi)vrof Lydb 11 llnUlmm'.i Vi'Kutnhlo CxiuiiniuiuI tociuv fontalo dtpR'i. Not oiKif.f tlicfeo vi mien ever rt'ifived comiioiimtion in any firm for tho uso of tlu'lr nninoH In thin odvcrtisoinont but uru wili-- 1 ig thnt wo Miotild n fT to Ihum bccntiite of tlm Kxxl they may uo utlinr fiiiiruriiif; women to ino that f.yliu K. llnkliain'd VegoUtblo Coiiiuiutid is a mlmblo nnd Iioiioitbiiinjline, nnd Hint tho.s uitiimnt8 iiimlr in nr advert i.somenU lvruinff iu niorit uru tho thu tritu. .ntih ami nothing IMIara. ithl.Mr. j.lr,a m. IlarwtjWI, Mr Angnt" Vnnaann. KMnMI.-M- ra. IVIIth A.TI)llmi, 141 MTiuh. Wm.Aurm,5SOT llitdl. B. Mm MKntl.t. Oron.Mti, il.i.-- Mr. UauJen, N- -l -- Mr. Y. p. Valautlue, M? MuJ Ir. U'Bf)ItlIl,lw.-V- r, Nrvnua lrntrntlon. F.l) 3. U.Iu,l, 1H UliH bautt. tTanua. ra. MT Kalan. llljl.i -Ilt..klll., (lUI.K-- Mr. lr II. Kln&lMn. C Oila. HtrhTlll., rhll.llM. -- Mrs. Fiauk CUrk.StU K. rlu Un. Sg&gSESm P Horse Sep: f "I know what is good for yomR and old jico- writes Airs. Clara lykstfa, a tramtd nurse of South Ikllulnin, Wash., "and wtti say tliat j r ii r Mm John I.fHIe Dnrpan, of 'ioV' Q al vent on, nd youna; son, Jnlin I.cIIp, Jr., i Texas. The with lior ntlici Ho f suddon Mr. and Mm. Duncan ur- - i. llnllnu change from a thnlf way to California. Mr. Cliai. L. Sauor. BANKING high and dry Mlt Mnry Alice Cimpboll, tf nnd Mr. Hen Ilnnliiiui. i. altitude to sea level proved too much IIOtViE. Cairo, Mo., hnvp bon tho nuott' cf for me nnd 1 became afflietod with ca.1 T .t'nriln nnd family herp tarrh nnd cold In the head nnd general NpIIIo llnllnu nnd children, Jo Mrn. debility to bucIi on extent as to almost lunl l.uclen, of Lnnrnnior, nro with Incapacitate mo tor attending to my Krnndparonts Ilcv and Mrs .io iholr Ilallou. Mrs. Ilalloti will nuke hn duties. ' I ermnnt-n- t "I was Induced to try Peruna, and homo (n 'tanfnrd In n 'short tlinp. after taking several bottles In small i MIm Adnlp Hnrdtni; will nrrlvc M doses I am pleased to say I was entirefor n visit to Mr. and .Mr. Rohl ly restored to my former normal condiHardlnc Mr. "I'Ip" Melor, of L'noo'n tion and have ever since recommended county, has been oprndlnR a fiw dty use of Peruna to my friends." j villi Uantlllp rnlRtlve Dtntllle Ad the voontp. mo at V. H. II B!' ' ton noil j Vect Mir Thomn Clicny, of llrndliofld "iu rilny. II J Cats dy tho '.vsji the guot of Mrs. J V Hutch' Ipss ip;arntor Man. i for ripvcral da vs. Slr. Kiburt Snltor and Mrs A few mlnuten d?lay In trenlnc (.'arppntpr iW lioitens nt n beauT -! ol croup eveu clip length of tiful rocpidlon WVdiiPsdny nftornon c,i . ttuip it tale to ro to a doetor often v BIftl,i Mr .Mr A W t'nrppntor Mrs. A (1 Tu Th, rim fwt wav U C. 'lotlndon and Mrs. Itobinion 'rnr. Mli INrnmlor r.f r.lnnnln 1I0P duU1w,m ClmmuoiUlKs Couch nemerty r(,coUiDK cenzratuhtlons over htvlnf; Voui.ty, nnd Mls Sii,. 1'avne of Wo-t'ford. Iipvi- - beon Kiiosts of Mr It. U. '" l'i home aud at the first on Sunday, February 12th tli otton of cioup tlve the child it dote. f their marriage (Salter Dauvlllo Mcssencor. Bnnivor,nry. 1'lwusnt to tskf and slwhyo enres This beloved and revered gentleman vvas her Wu tor Jones of Inilsvllie Fannys DtUK btorp. Inst week rppronnntlng the American Sold of old school thodgh somewhat on 'Tnlncco Couipnny. lie Is n forme'' L. v.c!Rht of hl3 73 ycar . Jji.m-- 1 i recltod a teebled to t'..e In tho p'.ace so dear to Thf msdc good Stanford boy who wti able ba awny from home. from Congrew him, his accustomed peat at the Sun Mck of altrden .Wr8vm,'.lllnm ""l!''" nnu,''au;tl,r u.en M.rvy ltelm to dttlhnt to its day morning services of the Christian gueits Thoso knowing the date of - church. nnd Mrs M N llmipiin nnd f mil Iflonds. "lit t oome first serml. llet- inarilagn gave him a hearty handclasp speat. quick. laal week en rout,, to Hsnklu, Ky, 'o ter of tiuiKr'Mu'Rtton and an nrdtnt wl h leaving thai istl boifiefolks bo and h..'s devoted helpmate mar llvirw In Tulsft, Okla.-Ilu-- rsd home t wlie. ngnniy m PcieiirMO tne r gouien -'- piint tUat a goodly number of ear V MotiBUtl and in rirstc'ass pp- - i i ...i t r N wav let th ber.eflclentiv allotted taPTa AlW Winter u.-- i ly pllgt linnfte. Lancaster Record. M, tnrlllo Jlty. topping at the S.mlnoi (lrwilng U a Hurtirw JL,..-- ,, ..Mr- I'rnl. J.imes Speed of t.oid.v!llr . nn orgjinljser of banks hartOK ,Ct. c J, -o v.lll sicmk at the LInco-- a Coiintr ('our- -- 1 -- -nwny InFtHiittw a.-Cr that kind In night ioh. 25. He vl'l. ' - house Knturday Louisville Commercit' IsMons ami oid fo rthelr eo-.- iCS ii.i Cr S-.- ur J? , inpresent the :. tf Vr h v"oiH'TwTftV to rrni.on in Kentu-iami MBr sUi.p' ia v j in tc i miyiw - i Club in their fight for the betterment He rpnt seveial r onthi In F'tjJU.., .. IflnHaMalU. of I.urnl Schools. af 4a4aMliMM&vdaflMMMMtt Hear Mm. No n''Iix't'Wfrtrr' ftntTlirrnnlspd n Tinnkin-- , mission fco s) lp ths "fjSind of Klnwors" spire. UepoTtorUir 0 n' tb prp't'p t septal fiinct'im Sldoloaid, e hr x. iHtrcntB In) I'lnevlllo for ! goods troaaurcro( one of tho leading dry estab- lishments of WE GIVE particu-la- r attention to the burincrs of the far-m8. Ve cordially invite trem to niake et Boys 1 th3 thsir state BanK Trust (o. ' "' p i To Wear 300 Suits We Are Now Selling At 1 3 3 s-- n m" " ""Kjlfefi1-'",1-'Dtlsg- ' - el 1 ..,', Half Price. I I 'Min . r' !rti.r trd Cummins & Wearen, 1 & - Imntbl lfTIf nii-iii- Mt irt " , 9Mn '- lM ort STANFORD, KY. .tore in THE Jii c & ItiKI-.Mc.- i ri sh ibs ,'.' yr ,jrf. t . , 't? us ,!" -- ? home of ha pt i r c ma" kwft.f Wwii G3&33ZZZS swna:ts am if Uii US' "t aiterniQii nt her Jimno on Uiian Mrr, AlhoU Najn'iri'ile Sn:n reception Rhen For Sale ostenlon e on rrliHyM cotis,dcr CniJui the bcit '"J for c'"'" mcdn.i.ic It MdKCS thdll WOinVII. feel like new persons, relieves t''t..r piin r d r- -; ulatcs wcrniaiiiy t. ul'i-- . "Both my dauh'i'r and received great Lcnefit" I e c 1 BJX && MbAnliUi Tho Woman'3 Tonic As n medicine for female trouble, no medicine you can get has 'the old cbtabii Led icputaiion, that Cardui has. Fifty C50) years of success prove that it has stood f'C Rreitcst of all tests t'.e test of TIME a tonic for weak women, Cardui l3 the best, because it is n r ?7;i7ri's tonic. Pure, jjeutlc, safe, re liable. Try utrdui. A-- f??Giin i i The Famous IZ&XO Is the Lamp because). Jt; Notice. Thoso having clalmu against the estate of Miss llhoda Lunsforii, deceased are notilied to present them to mo at onco properly proven, for -- s KQwned f FTsti-- In la white mpsalliip. r payment. Mrs. Mattle V". KIrby. Extx her vcIiIIpr ods'i nic o Droi , have been pnttlnR n rhlllps ilk, Mr In two foot retaining wnll round ithlit win Waik not over "'"f. Mrt. Mlddleton Ir (0uit ouo luwn nnd crently enhnnc" Dllss native lierhs sold b. The silk nnd Mrs. Iloawoll In. na u,P bonuty of Lincoln county'" P" 5lniy Uaughman, Stanford Ad Bfntlaned Just ns n splendid tvniile of fluvpfdor palma nnd ferns.onJjplilndpecjcon aB tlio westorn Justico and tepi dress Ilox 123. the porch Here is a guarantee to dlscouripd who se--i went m"a'o, aro put li. by Conley Urns., I inderf'tniid thnt It has boon clrcuKruoger tlw illiro'ichnut tho afternoon Ices tliot every depositor of this P 'colors red nnd white and dainty In thjenrod will hecontract from sodded. Then litcl that I summoned negroes for cmded and hor' luwn purpose of guarding jail o: 'shaped cakes with tiny red cuplds on .(no dedicatory ceremonies should bo the night thnt there wan th report of bank a Sjithem nnd coffee and mints were serv- - hold. ""' tho violence I denounce this as n moli ifd. About 100 guosts called during 4i'H infamous lie, nnd I defy either . . . $100,000X0 l C.pu.1 TIip Staniqrd Illgli School is to hpvc vhltd or lilack to offer nny proof wlthn aftornocn - ot nuchW. L. McCarty Sherirf f Lin Mrs Chironce Tatp entprtnlncd on a lirst tlass oape oau iciiiii inn Snrp'ui $100.00000 H vmnciv anerroon at ner nretiv ponir and continue the string of victories toll' Count v. Share I tolderi Ut lily $ ICOCO CO la' t'.on Main street roinpllmeptarv to Mrs.- which It win ovpr all opponentsmadet I JMidd of lllchmond nnd Mrs. Iloc.taon. runs ar already belnc All kinds ot grass eced. Pence l to se'Mire a pnifebsional coacn ior tne of Sliplhvvl'le tho nttnrtlvo LINCOLN COUNTY. f if Mrs Will Povennce Th . affair lioyr at.d ecrv effort will bo madp to Dros. t .was very Informnl hut ilpltalviful In nut a winning team In tho flpld. SevNATIONAL BANK. evrrv way, tho feature of the eral nl tho members of la it yoir's PAY CCH FOR NOUR PRODUCC. lidiig a contst answered hv tl(b team nro believed to be class v eno'-.Rnm handling bungles, vngou? ai-- ' . ,1'lflPrent stntes In the union Del lent- - ufivv to co to the nine Orass l.oaguo Stanford, Ky. refresliments were sorved Tht and It l s.i'd that some of tlm boys farmlne Implements andj, vriavo the juxtn nnniversnrv or tne t'uirpnt IrJiTfOiRpliauolv niaiav uu in i freshest . lino ?f ;Ar'lct'. crtgCP 'J "irtil rinl. vn? rol.).rr;l.l on T'"- - !! flip lipt that Is In them i.lvest Mil (iviri; dnv nrtornnon, whn Mrs. Will Seyp& will be brnueht out nml tloso who are vents, t tits, etc., in tiio "Weit nnd. r.ce del'g'itfully entcrulned It with rood ptiouKh hive n splendid chance to I can save you money. W. II. Lair, Jits. Severance' brt tnkon to f:ifpr company in open nosslon Mustonvllie Ky t I o iBrttfp.a lotutlful fo- - th" itnbJp nnd tlm, enno'lobras holding reil .pplianoed still more tl c ! lovely effpets. I Umpiring with Mrs Sptorsnenpnt e Mrs. Foster Mls Mary Trlbli'e. or WU hmond. Mr . Will Soveraiiee ' snd ruests, Mldd'rton and ' '.J . Itomell Mrn Albert Sevetnn e w-rMes-'nme- s r in minor or .Mrs Havs Fontec tft cttratlvH new year bntUs. The Hotj.'0io1 JJtnGriHined Sat' r r-- i s pmlel'lshed ly s, tro'oay from Npw York wbrr- - ho ha In rate8. Best companies mwn of jHitt"1 pl'i.'g n-- d in. The Tjetm sponiilng severnl dav on lwni sure your property lowest with R. M. today lUolntr rfini 'iy.rMtor.j we-- e In r d bueln s. During his ho alto tarsiuulrmi and lorns. A hin;e istPd Knnsa1 Cltv He :s repre(n" Newland. nf ici1 ro'iu nuil the arrow iilerolng it, inr Vr. lilwanl V. Watson, lomit" oaif .. SV table, ti chalis at a bargain Stugg lixor. Mrp. Margaret Partition, 2t Stanford. lrtlv r iITO3UK9S53il9r7fE! zEsiE&ggsmza X hr bons Goin to Raise Tobacco? ncent of the Honry ("ay Flri insurstiro Contpmy. and will file su.t fnp SSiin.OOO c'nlmlnr mat amount to j,)0 um for services and rendered the company. Thp suit will be filed In Hon C!eo. K. Slone cf Kaiv s Cltv this city, and Ii'de Fovle O S'np. n i.iln,rtv, are tho attornoys reprcont Dinville Advoeato. j,B Mr. Wnteon. ruc-i-l j, Wo have plenty of coal at the right price. Jones Unuphmnn, Moreland, at C 2. the King coal yard. IF SO Remezniber We Can Furnish The Canvas. . n 1 ip-e- u, .... W. E. PERKINS, 11-t- C I I R.. Hughes CRAB ORCHARD, K ENTUCK Y I )mM4ssassmm imQ&zssssss T. Wl. m after-P'noo- n V. Hllll.Wri tt'. O Marti 1 i.,' t I fiT?T5nif 10-1- 0 of Real Beauty gives faf Ijest light of all he Karyofilvcs'a white, soft, mcflJcWa Hlfftyieq light wsy on tho eyt hftceiyt; inpot flicker. You cart..ij40,"7fj'ur WWM ing 18 'ou w,sl lamps. L under: the Tiw Rnyo Larnp Ryojffil without strain. Ipw-prlce- and eveh;thouh you TfiAy $S, $10 or $20 for other laniys, you may get more expensive decoMtlous but you cannot ef n better light rhaa tho Kayo gives. A holds tho strong, durable sfuide-holdshade on firm and true. This season's new brner adds trenth and appearance. Orgs a Rayo User, Always One (9 d, low-dprlce- (l A m Mrs Mlddleton. of lllchmond ana Mrs iioswen or siinibyigii won .the Kiiosu of honor. "Marl; Twain" was the subject for discussion npd Mrs P. M McHobfart", nlwnys brlelu and witty, road a ruoat Interest'ng r pr, giving n gonoral sketch o' th ,cnrcor of this groat writer gome guests wwro prioct ami at th n- cluslon-otho program, h mct nr"-- t lng silad course was served. RMfsts f i ui.tMia.uw RKtTTHBEISri I i I t ' f "At I LI i I I lift ti u Mil 1 1 B A G fsrth 't I SHORT r.OCAT tv L Cured by The Marvel of The Century, U. D. D, Tested for 30 Years. Hawking, splttlug, foul, breath, dls ibHigoa of yillo'v matter permanent- tared with pure Uotaidcal Ingicdt- To piove It we will send you a nta SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE . Now is the time to make your NP.WS lATAItltll t)l 13 .NOT (t:arv's l.aineH fhop ' riw "- , it St J. P. f feel OBTttV a 1 ir you watit anv orchard havn them. T. B Newmnd I". V. a ' er I ijni. i , "Mr wir lirotvn. Tltu'vl'te. rt"r: nmlot tnr , hail tlnn a P- USbo took twi botes of stomach InblMs nnd 18 now por'oe laln P. 'a idj'.inn wl.y I l OIK 1 u I the Ml-on- . I- t i? of (emvsrl Cw4mH." a ehult frttiu tile Owbpii ft ftl'owln article: Huiu'j ftc ILm. I" .Itu.ul ...U. IHtlld ll.iMl'a I, wtll ninf o iu in ' ' i 1'iilrnuut ever glvn In tb ',., e; Pitted red ebur Anno ohgiriu. IMInt court. I'h oboek was for f 17 : on. rnd was nsvable to K. li W rlo. 3c; Ouralx hiaud, muskioouis, f ( Woman's Home nnd Foreign Mis- thin is tho closlcg mrctliitf of the die. ndn lntetrtor of the 33c; UeJnM' presorvos. Ilelnzo'a to- tin ' ' .. sionary Societies will muVt Jn an tisi a) veir Wo want cverv lueoiber Jeff f A ,.11 "'"' tA l41l..l liu ll... """"I .l in """ l!n " '"' Itouey a ..rosni.i n up inv m,i nrw nlnns company two yeni ago In tho ards'""1" "uu,' all day session at Mrs, T et Promt Delivery. 'Phone 196. in s Ij and elflcirs to elect Sec'y COFFEY & COLEMAN, Dttltrt Ihirytitrt. Ifiul atywjii't f?r dtKrlptt tirzutr n Mt aMrfjr i.pL) Vtlt ,'iU c "' - Penny ytlfiii ttom ,.., fiVt cha.mini,, whether rp Au U hci menu miad or . vi' ix a(e.i desler la gro !s u ku:it aid feiin wimestiun iivin8 (pmll'y taut ', drs . The Sbwdard Oil Company. oraUd) i(.l fn Mioiih'v It It WadiMe ud wltk Cof o) a d fumei a irf ie " "" de-os- s of bones. Kills ambition "lid deed Hen muses loss or appotlle, nnd roaches to general debility, Idiocy and insnri ty. It ntads attention at onto Dalm lure It by taking Botanic Qloodnorma n r.i it Ik a nulek radical cr9 because It rids tho s)stom or the pmsoii gf nun thnt cause ui the hii.0 liuie Blood Balm (D. 0. B.) puiltiea the blood, does away with very symptoni ol catarrh. 0. D. B. sunds a tingling Hood of warm, ilch puio blood direct to the paralyzed neivoe, and parti affected by oatarr warmth and hal iKilson, giving strength Just where It U noeded, and In this. wny tnuklng a perfect lasting Itta fnrtllll. nittltl -- --' uuir i k hi.i In nil HlATS or bv exuross. it PISH LAKUK BOTTLB, with directions for homo euro d AMPLE 8 ISN'T FHfcK by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. your trouble and freo medical b a and advice given, com i'r S but It OtilA DA.NOKH- causes ulcerations, deatli Aviation Caps We have the yarn in White Black and all colors. CALL AND SEE US HUGHES, MARTIN STANFORD, ir & CO., .!. Ory Good., Notions, Shoes Des-crlt- o ltJr2 KENTUCKY J 'fanner h'jl .a we insn'n psppa HAOB FOUR nib THE FARMERS ! SiNKORU KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. PURE BRED POULTRY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21it, 1111, People! People!! "Listen!!!" Our sale is not over. We will continue until MARCH 1st to sell our winter stock at cut prices consisting of Overcoats, suits, Odd Men's and Boy's Pants, Corduroys J3-3- . Jflckj lw Snle Kino fouryenr-oh- l with pood pedigree, hns proven him Also two, soir n splendid bfceder nnrt extra ionnets. one iArge, safe In foal to tlno jack, the other coming two with pedlgrco and Kol alio. Caleb Newell, Wayncsburg 12 4p Ky. A pair of 3 year old well uVor Halfl. matched ponied broke to ride or drive single or double at W M Adams stable -- Attention Poultry Raisers I Shoes, Hats, Coat Sweaters Gloves. Underwear and Come see what we can give you for the money. Everything For Pale 5 mules, 3 head 3 rear old, one 4 year old, one 2 year old 13-J. J. F pears. Morcland. 'Farmers are plowing now, ror all 3 Selling low at the Cut Price Sale. Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. kinds of harness trace chains bacsc (bands etc see J. C. McClary. We liav0 Ju6t received two cm or rioncer and Adrian wire fence, In ten different kinds, call and be con vmced aa to what you want. Pence llros. Toe Sale. Double Standard Pol cd Durham Sbert Horn nulla, model farms nnd choice breeding. 200 bush els recleand seed oats. 500 bales timothy hay. A. V. Carpenter, More- 11-t- las d. For Sale. Haled hay In any quanIt tity. Mrs. Mattle V Klrby. iy harness line Is now complete a good plow collar for 75 cents. .1 0 McOliry. We Cordially Invite You ' To Sell Your Tobacco Over Our Breaks With seven active, competitive buyers, resenting the largest factories in this and foreign countries, makes Danville as good a market as any in the burley With 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 tj 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 Jther 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. aer naa just closed a series or meetings at Oak Crovr. The little son or Mr. John Burk had the misfortune to get thrown from a young horse, As 1 have decided to quit farming. sustaining a broken wrist. Messrs. L. on A. Rankin Co., have added a roller corn mill to their grinding ou tilt -- Out Thursday February 23 1911 SURPLUS EARNEDr$22.O00. look. Tber vlll be a matinee rocltnl at HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 tt 10 o'clock, I will sell my farm ot Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Sar alteVnoon bee.nnlnaT 2 2 13 miles soutn-weCombines Absolute acres Nice lot of Mycrt pumps at W K w"e Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. it is under the auspices of the de--I of Hustonvllle near the Bradfordsvlllo Warner's the plunler and tinner artnient or elocution and Instrumen- pike In Lincoln county, in one ot the awword, Ky. 6 (, tal mulc. Adml'slon free. Eery-Ld- y best neighborhoods in Kentucky OFFICERS Bt RECTORS. Invited. This farm is well improved and good F. Reid, J. H. Baaznman, S. liocker, President. nd, watered by seTen noer falling While It 'Is often Imposalhlo to M D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus, ?. T. Harris, an accident. It Is Sever impos- - springs, one never faUtag spring plp-- a H. C. BaBSjfcssaa, J. P. Cummins, Bioie 10 oe prepared it Is not beyond II C. Baugbman. Cashier. Into a sp'endld mule barn 70xso S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson anyone's purse Invest 25 cents fn'a Ind. Bookkeeper W. W. Saunders, ftet furnishing fresh running water W. D Murpby S. Hocker. bottle of Chamberlain's IJnlment and J. J. IL Harris, Bookkeeper J. C Eo!ukj. you are prepared for sprains, bruises t all times without having to b C R. Coleman. nnd like inlurles. Sold by Penny's pumped, near barn Is corn crib will Drug Store. ioId SCO barrels ot corn, these build ngs a$u covered with best grade of In. AIo new tobacco barn 72x91 III hold 12 acres, a good brick C com dwel'ing, cistern at door, all necessary out buildings In gcol ro- nalr. nice orchard, fencing cempietsi) new all over farm, all In grass but jo -icres. farm will be offered In two tracts ot near 100 acres each. South tract has tobacco barn, tenant bouse or It. north tract has dwelling saulc bnrn corn crib, out buIldVus and I orchard,- and then offered as a whole Terms easy, made known on day oi The houte that sold a million and a half pounds in January, ale, same day will offer stock and crops about cvo naiea oi out, euro The houte that sold the highest priced basket of tobacco at Danville. hoijs, sheep, 1 sp'endld Jersey cow I years old, 2 Jersey belters will be The house with the largest and best skylights, being double the ordinary fresh In spring, 2 mares gentle for old horse good lady to drive, 1 scrkor itnd good driver, 1 year old The house that sold a crop lot at the highest average. filly. 1 bay horso colt, two Morse masons, 2 buggies 1 binder, 1 mower. The house that can shelter 100 loaded wagons. hay rake, disc harrow, cultivator, and rep- plows.u'tobacco setter, 17,000 tobacco The house that can furnish 100 warm, comfortable stalls. nicks other things too numerous to mention, 2 shares of Hustonvllle tele dis- phono stock. Thehoese with the largest capacity in the citv.- rofession of farm ghen March l, l!tl For any Infonnaton call on mo N. W. PIPES. cut-ou- For Sale Some nice ycnrllng sows, bred to Dlack Berkshire subject to register: duo to farrow the first of February. J. S. Carpenter, Mt. Salem, Ky. -4 For SMe A pair or so of comlnR three year old horse mules, In nice Frank Spoonntrore, Kowland. J. L. Hutchlns bought a bunch of hogs In Lincoln county at $8.r0 per hundred. Ho purchased 100 bend to bo delivered next week at the same 'prlco. At the stock pens of Mcsts. tThurmond & Coleman, Mr. Hutchlns 'yesterday sold 33 head of hogs to Capt T. D. English at $9 per hundred. Danville Advocate. T. L. Carpenter of Hustonvllle, got Fox Ridge Coal, the kind that bums and an average of $9.90 for his tobacco lit-ti- e I at Dinvllle . makes heat No clinkers and very Lincoln Is sending morc tobacco to tbo Danville market tunn ash. 'any rounty In the section Urocley Lutes on of the liu' 11 ng young farmers of Lincoln county has More-?$You will find this coal bought the v. H. McWborter farm of ii rcrM near Turnersvllle, and will . J NES BMJGHMW COMPANY, c'nae there frm th- Pnugh .wan farm on the Somerset pike. Coat Yard. I M J. Fnrrls, of Doylo county, lold 0,000 pounds of bis crop of to bacco Inst week, which mado the good nverago of 15 cents. Ono bas ket, weighing 300 pounds, brought 33 rents per pound. Considering the amount, this Is the best sale of tho reason. The sale was made at the Boyle county Tobacco Warehouse. Make your home as modem for tow fkm3j as a ice, FARMER: Lincoln county again voted In faror MR. ot the t of the 1911 crop of residence, and place yourself in a position to get the lateat tobacco at a at any time. This cau be accomplished by means of oar telephone service county court mass meeting held In the room Saturday afternoon which you and your neighbors can get fur a cam that u email compared with Tho meeting was well attended and the benefits received. Call or address our nearest ofiee or write direct to explanation of tho situation was ex teadquartera, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far- plained by Ed Oder who came over mers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we from Islington at the Instance of llrad'ey Wilson, campaign manager can immediately interett you. Our linea cover the State oi Kentucky, of the nnrley Tobacco Union, who was Tennessee, M'uiissippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and at Faint Lick. EAST TENKES8EK TEL. Jb TEL. (JO. Clarence Tate was chairman of the Illinois. lIXCOirOBAI-KD- I meeting, which adopted a resolution appointing Mr. Tate J. W. Williams and R. H. lironaugh delegates to the meeting at Lexington Monday when me question oi ordering trie t or the crop was to come up for final consideration. The delvgatos were instructed to vote Lincoln bs favor; ln the cutout If It was shown that STANFORD, KENTUCKY tbe senUment In tho burley district ORGANIZED IN J 882. was strong enough to make a success fnl fight for tho CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. Coal! "I B- Buy j. h. Baughman& at Company. &. tb - RUFt fL TELEPHONES. market-quotation- s cut-ou- I am now selling the Intest aiaga-sine- s Coon OUR BOOKLET ON "DI8EASE OF FOWL8 CAUSE, and newspapers (live me your Mink TOMS ANB TREATMENT," 18 FREE. ASK subscriptions. I can save you money YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT. (1. I. N. Glllock, llustomlllo, lHeot ljist year we lost an entire, batch I'leaso nond me by express two quarts of Bourbon Poultry Cure No from mhlte diarrhoea; this year we W S U'lghsm of Morcland, hns one who Is an poultry ral havr urcd Uourbon Poultry Cum In tostcd his property against trespass drinking water continually nnd ers of all kinds. cr can nlford to bo without this valu-nbl- their hmo medicine. It does all you claim mend nettolost nny.youWo highly recom bo nil It claim for it, and 1 take pleasure In reenra and more ve attrlbuto our success to tho uso of mending It as the best poultry reme- u. . k, jonnron tc Hon, i.cxingion, It It working like Ky dy I ever snw NOTK -- This firm won first prise My friend magic In this county r.--d color sreoinl for rcckce) i'iHJ R'd who nre using It say they neor saw inednl lor bct blrl In show at in) thing like It. People call me Sute Poulliv Show he til Biic and say, "My 1 hao been raising chickens for t .irltr ftf.M vnnrm nnd Itmirlwin fntit I dot' 1 toll them t sick, what must use Bourbon Poultry Cure, and In i try Cur0 Is the mot intlsfietory rcmn ay tor ciioiern nnu gape; uiai i i nve few da s they call me and say tucir. W W ltalst-n- . Hop. used- birds are sound and well. 1 har a kiiisvlll.', KyMrs. great ninny U P. Hock chlckenb and and chickens Bourbon For ti)rkc 125 of the finct M B. turkeys in the Poultry Cure does nil that you claim I use this remery and never State. for II. If you have no agents at Kanhiv0 a sick rowl. It gives them sas City, I would to take a hunttrength and vitality and makes their dred samples with like and distribute me plumage bright and glossy. Sea my among the largo breeders S. A. exhibit at the next state fair. Mrs then' Haons, Shelbyvllle, Ind. D. Cox, I.awrcnceburg, Ky. J. NOTE Mr. llnens was aarded NOTK. -- Mrs. Cox was awarded first twet tv six ribbons on his fowls, lncltid K' nt r.ty pr ze to tli bebt gobblur Ing llrsl prlrc for best gobbler, at Mis State Pair and first prlo for best hen souri Stat Poultrv Show i fev n m ,; iy to o v. ity left I nt Blue Grass Poultry Show loan from mony 'n rrgird to Bnutbon Pouluy cv jpjf 1 hive I bought son0 tu:kes ira" ,o o iti ca.ita3 tn.ni gap s, uid I Cure had about concluded not to try raising were nffeci M v 'tu chnl ira ind r u , any more I got a bottle of Bourbon tn,i j w0 t nnd did not lose a ln 1 Poultry Cure, and used it according to K0 n my tlook think It Is directions, only a little moro freely, ns (he best pjultry lemedy 1 know of was a raee of sears or Infection You arc prixlleged to use mv nnmo to mlno 1 Now I have 200 chicks, all thrifty and the public or to your customers growine nicely, and not n "gapey" have raising poultrv tor many one among them, in spite or the tact years, and have used many remedies that they have free access to a big ot different kinds, and Bourbon Poulwood yard, which Is a breeding plane try Cur. Ir the best remedy I ever i ,r the pests. lire. Jennie U. Stew na used. Mrs. Sallle Compton, Perry-Vllle- . Ky. lnchburg, Va. -o 11-- C i 1 o:i. aiuK ruwis uuin raj, Droopy Hens Won't Lay. . WHY LOSE YOUR FOWLST Why take chances agaiost dlsessoT A few drops or Itourbon Poultry Cure In tho water keeps fowls strong, vigorous and thrirty, protect them against disease and puts them In prime condition tor It Is the only remedy that can be depended upon to euro roup, Choi urn and Oapea simply becsuse It destroys the germs which cause these dlirntej. One 50 rent botllo Kvery Poultry raiser makes 12 gallons ot medicine. t ould keep a bottle of this medicine on hand egg-layin- p...i n'i n is county the Kentucky Court of ApTor 8ale By Reliable Breeders peals snys a conductor of ft train has (4 Line Cards a this column II tho right to refuse to allow a man who Is plainly dniak, to ride o nthe train rah ror reason ) .yes Is the drunken tnnn has bought n man for S. C. Whits Lenhorns Diamond ticket. In this rase the 1200 sued ApTho daikges and was given ttraln yssr 'round layers of large, pellate Court says he was not entitled whte eggs $1 per setting. to ride nnd therefore should hare no A. C. Alford Stanford, Ky d imnres. A Uhlo Kr y M In reverslnr toDf88 of Chesnpeak0 Helsor, from Lew- I Eggs for sitting. 'Prions IB. Purs Creicert 8. C, Whits Leghorns, Miss Llxxls Davison, We Want Skunk No. 1 Short Rtrlpe . Pure bred Black Mlnorcat Eggs $1 per s'ttlng Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. West or Junction City, hat announced as a caunlikite J or the Democratic nomination for assessor of Boyle county. Ilere'a hoping be wins by 1,000 mnjorlty, without opposition It. II 6itiBnK, Feathers, Etc. .,. .. .. , SOc-IU- Brln& us yeur Poultry, EMh, Weol, Hides, Furs, il.O170 , Produce . . .$2$4 H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. oe Mis-.oi- n J eer TheTheSharpless World's Best. Ws H. Tubular Cream Separator, Only O ne - it A 'demonstration will be given on the street here Monday, Coanty court day, by a gentleman repre- ien I senting The Sharpless Separator. Bring your wife in and see it. ,,j Higgitis. bn STANFORD, KENTUCKY. We hare hundreds of teotlmontala 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 He about It If It failed Try an see for yourself what It will do for your fowls. NEW STANFORD DRUQ CO, T. P. CUHRY A SON, J. R. MOUNT, SON A CO REYNOLDS A EVANS,. B i Vulcan Best on STANFORD. DANVILLE, LANCASTER, .JUNCTION CITY, 11 KY. KY. KY. KY. Plow the ii I FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Public Sale aid Ratal Earth for Sale at - cut-ou- t. Le L SANDERS, XT 19-- 2 j; Crab Orchard, Kentucky. I I i m ," s nuxtumm&uuumiimmmimimttnuuiMiMum I Sell Your Tobacco At The People's Tobacco Warehouse A size. - sS vi S 3 S3 Ilu8tonille, Jllrn Ky. 5! s Danville Tobacco Warehouse, INCORPORATED. ens has two csss ot pneumonia ! Improving. Ur BIl Wmlaut Street, Danville, Ky.tfM? Free Insurance; Free Stable, No Charge for Rejections. t ihis fin.lly both pbyslolaa. Mr, Lee tbp attending RANKIN, WAYNE COUNTY. W. J. llankln nnd daughter. Will are vl lt'ng rtlatlvn nnd friends n this lclnlty Mcisrs. Rankin nnd t'ulo tnve purchased Mr. Jamo H Price not I'iU farm near Hankln deiiii'IMy known Mrs. Jesso Ostts Mrs. D. V and children nnd Mr and Tate and little daughter Lucy were W'Jtlng Mts. Umollne Rankin. TDey my l'roctor Uankln and Sills Cooper havo hoart trouble Mrs. Lark Csugh. ran l Beslnusly ill Mr C M. Steph The Peoples Tobacco Warehouse, One block from Q& C depot. Perryville Street DiMvilli Ky. East Tennessee Phone 50, also the Bastin Phone. 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