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The Stanford interior journal: February 28, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911022801_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 28, 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 16. 8TANF0RB, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2th, 1911. 11 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE HUTCHINSON GETS TWO YFARS IN PFN , MeKINNEY. Y. M. C. A, ORGANIZED i,,n UawkiAg n..U Ky wo ftf t Pi "hn lf tnm flllnYieitTlfl h,,p- wMI Caifk BIG BANQUET FOR AT HIGH SCHOOL SHERIFF ' Okla., their homo la the future. FOR 8HOOTINQ AT OILKER80N IN M, i,n,e0 Hoynodls of Woodstock ELOCUTIONARY CONTEST TO BE Ky., wan th0 nltmctlvo guest of thn HELD MARCH 10 OTHCRAU ORCHARD OTH COUnT Misses Htil.le Inst week. ER 8CHOOL NOTES NEWS. Mr. James DavlJ and little son of On bis third trlnl In Circuit Court Dnnvlllo nro tho RticstM of Mrs. Davis' (By John M Waters.) A Young Mem' Christian Aassocla Chris Hutchinson of Crab Orchard ''"f"'8 "f; J' J Alice Singleton of Waynt-was organized Thursday s'tor-noowaa given two year In the ponltcn- - L Ml" nn(, MM ,i0)Kn of Hi)mor tloa lu the consultation room of tbe tlarr for shooting at J. n. Gllkerson mi wcre tllp BUe,tt ,.r j)r Binslcton Trust Co., by Mr K B. Bute Dank Ir)v07. Alt the previous trlol tho and wife last week. of the ft! Harry Jacobs the monument man Wooaley, a state aecrctni Juried were unable to agree UP 1Bn"n?n.d ..""r,?:1 Y. M. C, A. The charter members verdict. A hard fight was made In ind point. were tbe young men of tbe high sohool feme of Hutchison by Attorney. Adn wno make her homo In eneo and Honsford but thn Jury bo .Islington Joined him and will be with and oil showed great enthusiasm over tho now work. lloved there wa-- i convincing proof of blm on his trip. 'I be meeting wih called to order by In nrrlvlnc nt a VOM mr. u. w. oingicion enicrinineu ihi Mr. Woosley who then gavo a short .hnri limn TliiiPdHnt fiflnmnnn tmm ft until J V of tU0 testimony and argument on tock wlh nn ctglint ,unch Thnsn tall:, explaining tho work, rules etc., 'present to enjoy Mm. Singleton's of the association with Wnllaoo SinSaturday. Mr and Mrs. H. 0. Hampton, of lunch voro as follows Mrs. 8. M and gleton temporary chairman. The fol. OM.ooch. Mr. lowing Morri- olflrers wcro Junction spent several day. ly II 0n-j.Lebanon son might president.'.- Wallace Single- ., , , ,,. ,i v. i i. -. with tho homerolks nero iasi weejt. ....? ' J "f t v n d,'"" 'r I'"'1 i.i M tin I.ec.e.aVy. Lester O'ltannon t'reaiurer Attorney Ilobert Harding. f Dan- - Tnni;cr. Mr;. ,. c. Tanner. liroilK-- r Gnbbard preached two very Mcrtary. J. W Iroland, Ullo was hero last week attending ..,, T. w .rcnnington and T. I). Jianey iiiicrrsuiiK rri.iu.w . nnu t. iM. t"ult rhurrli Inaf Hiiniinv ninrnmif !..... hihiiiiii-- t. uic pivsiuvui us u T III tho caso If th0 Commonweami iaj HMnot collinm,e0i CI1nK linalmt Porg VA (MiUirn of tho y ., hlp.l. similar associations of th m Khfby Cltrt ;Jon, charged With nro bclnB arpnnlr- ;ornlt , of th, Cl1 throughout the state and great stealing n hog from Iko Shelby tho .erred Jury was unable to agree ibsi wcck gtng of tea cakes and stK ' andy f""V ,B "y"" """' "' '""" . 'V '" stood Ywo Judges were present Anna Helr-I""discharged. .' four for :m..iiiJi. Statu... worth of Oil City Pa. and They ""'''"T, '''..;." ." ""m . "'. w ---- john waa represented ( ,.,.. ....... m.ii. ...,..,.,... jn,J.C , M'"JrrrtyVll(K8 J "ZrcSV "' '. i... .. lt 11 Ilnwllngfl und On Monday cuscd from th. n -- m tW Lff -I- , ; K i -- ': ' w For Salo. Sideboard, extension table, 6 chairs at a bargain. S. P. If nut n Vlsta sold a Stagg Uxor. Mrs. -Margaret Portman, TOPICS OF 8ERMON8 HERE ON f '"-- "" --SUNDAY MORNING. Stanford. 2t nwacui- - w Itonds with hlH n more sunauie room cm. ue iuu..u f lh ho,d.ne nf FirH, chaliUu- ail oi me acis oi wie B"" -. ...--r . MlmhMh Jo.Pnh.. widow of the .. .. shaking Cheek of Danvlllo, preach It will have to do all of Its work over Mills was ,Tue next meciing win ue nciu rriaay qua Assembly of lakeland, and adds: jate Mr. Jarob Joseph received $3,000 Hou'e and lot for sale on Eatt Main edRev. J. A. Presbyterian " "- -"--at the church here "On Monday eenmg ana Tuesday from the order of Maccabees. eiening .iiarrn jtu asaln. Baulre W. A. Coffey, of tho street. W. H. Vearon. Sunday morning to a good congrega All tho pupils seven in number. nftfrnnmi ivnnln worn oleased i lla. llAlIn TJnl0r ,.n nnnnlAr vmtnff McKlnnoy section, was chosen a grand CRODHEAD. ji leit immediately Tor bis of tho graded department of th!8jWtn tbP masterful Englluh. scholar daughter of Elder and Mrs. F. M. I will glv0 $25 reward for tbe dis- tion. Juror to fill the vacancy. piicresfully poised the recent ly nnd stvle of J. C. der who has been a atudent nt the covery of the person who poisoned my home, having been called by the criti- n Daugl. McJhII has sold half of it." county examination for entrance Into y. diction Jor rh. ...ii knnwn mn of John His plaform presence uichmond Normal School has been bird dogs Saturday night between cal Illness of his nephew, Attorney Heckham. from MeKco Cheek, the prominent rengalnst his father. Doc Hough tor pos- - tnrm thnt b0 iKHight $1,250. J. II. Fj 1 B Ihu hlvli arhonl. Thrr nro nOTV 21 'la niiv hta mnnnor ti1nlnr nml hi inninxut n nitttnn .n tnnrh nf tho Main, street nnd Depot. Anderson Can- N. S. C finally to W T. Ilrooks for ,.,. it. i.u,il rxt Ii no nrav niialr nr. .n(;K iji.r publican of Doyle county. Mr Cheek .m fiuiHH n.n.. .v elon of eight horsw. 1LI.M ..in nt .r .. 11 t. mAMAJ Ilia fnmllr fn I ul,,l iiiw.-iiviiut uawafi'"""" ,t. the word, theu utters kM1f .iirfl OHO uenneii aieiuoriui-i v.uiiufiu i t .A is dangerously ill of typhoid fever. ' a- - for don. The Mission Band of the Christian and his life Is despaired of. W staled In the high sckool. who aro Qlbb. hM I'T'f a rv onlnFrday l.rt WosTpoW Ind r lf1,nl.nu finnMniiAO r pame newpnpcr contain tho lllTB. rm A. U, iHUI iVflUUlJ Willi""'.'' ,..u ill rt. j woro auen.oon !, In tb. BaptL t, Christian nnd Metho jirtail that the enulnesYoung his farm near Illatt to W. J. McQueen mltled fre under thP county high The """" ""' "A distinguished 0ito sick from a bilious attack nnd for J3..IO0 and will Imi. alut t.e cn.v,l bill. dist churches Sunday morning, throe uiltor iikcland at half past two o'clock. tho property of tbo son. week eover! nmblwd elocutionary ? uCh represented by Attorney lh f March for Phoenix Arlt. Dare The. proceeds of the able ncrmons were prcachod on law w Club will met Thura- upora . K pn t, lckr who . . V0lin' part or to oe neia Hn Gtn P Florence In the case. Tnis- lkichor purci.aseal.M brother tne sauie contest Mach 101K. min Walton's to help A. C. Alford believes that It pays to enforcement, reference particularly be be- ,.ru,,t farm (rOm HI bo used nnd mor House lng made to conditions in Lincoln conn was the second trial, a hung Jury porfencrt advertise his pure bred poultry. Ho ty and Stanford. edneooy idclray the fxpenies of the contestant f0UUli hirmelf at the head of a great er. lug tho rcJtiU after thc hearing in od Intro got an order last week for $12 worth " tourna-stnto'- s Inm. tfct'i school who enter the th first. affalrn. which the assassination Mlsse. nettle and Allle Anderson of the birds. See tho list of breeders PARKSVILLE. ,nt.nt at Springfield. Mny 1G. If yoit'or Ooebcl had left In a chaotic condl- - were hostesses to the members of of pure fowls in tho poultry column. oui.g Ha.'gh showed how hP came Franchise Brings $31 In tho school nttenrt tion. horses, ajarting T . ... 777 In pobicsrlon pf tho Ho proved equal to the emer- - the "Tuesday Afternoon Club" at their - .ir..Ih Interested en ei lavement Jind .ticoirnge R,nc nnd made one of tho best Gov- - tnndsorae new home on I.exIngton iieru win. wi.c o. j with 2 shoots Team ago. wmen ne Messri. Howard Caranltz and Harry trud.nl for a broodmare He worked boy, O. I). fc""il,Ji,t n ftlf ,Ue pi,v,llscx,Cf,fDl l"01'", na ernors Kentucky has ever knon ,tivet A most utstantfal reiMst K. Camnltz, th, world's famous base- - HERBERT KINNAIRD BUYS TELE. -ilt. nrrangi-- and three nouro of en haid and earned nensons and rnlsca is very 111. J. 11. Mr. Heckham delivered two splcn- - was served. loll pitchers, were given tho degrees PHONE RIGHT IN CITY. ..,. ... . - Maater ri nnu "'. : rnrrn nomunf u c am unfc -uir .... ruarniiPM . in f .iiaia ju uuuicut'B iiuiu ik- - iik............ - v(jm -- j.i iinr mb -- "" irnuna .. iruui j. mun h iui v .... "w "" " ucjDKrniaiauoaa are in uruw ui iu or AlarK l'&SL ana M. iuu vuuui4uuuu ow'n t ii who attend. , . .. The city of Stanford sold a fran ... others until ho had accumulate me lkin.io air. una airs. j. . Blatfonn. He ws accomDanied by duv nt thn home of Mr. ond Mrs. Mil - '. . ' ...v. a gir or. . many Mrs. TUo nIgh ,cUo0l boy. T "" "' tight, which ho valued at $1,000 City. 8rd chise to operate a telephone system In Uous 5ili iimes dlsnlaved the r k n nth et cp'.nm Ijckham and their twp hand-. - L.. F West in Washingtonirni U It!1" last nlsht. Thoy will Jack colt ..t.;, fine UnionthB-ol-- htur.n i, ii.rbi.nn.-..i. . Una 0eNtreet gHVo a .leiigm.ui so scholarship ond wr;l on that night M,i,jert, , -- idoli and Idol IJreak- - mtl daughter to their Joy. Mr. West l"01 Arch Degrees next Tuesday Stanrord In front of tbe court nouso Monday, in accordance with direction r ... . ...unu .v ,., iDOVV. ,nelr. ijowers . ot OTttlOrv as well -- " nnd "The Htruirelfi- fo . thi Idnal ouij imavnie oiesst-UBoci.i rnnn w ! jinrnKfrlnn nnd hnn . . . ... . .a....... .. "p of the City Council, the successful - ... ...l r . .. iieuir raavi .. bought a u... of .Mucn rivalry ih Being ornwn ueiween Kepnhllc. "He will deliver bis leeture jmny friends here in his old Ken- J chait bldder being Herbert Klnrmird and the ,, rlaioes to put up the winner or Ut three other Cbauauqua meetings tuck homo. cow To break up cold In headjpf $U i. M Uower Itrlaiw. nnd I.fiWlli UrCM.. UAVO a toaspooniui ot ityomei into price $31. Mr. Klnnalrd said that he u uu.u... -- . . few days ....-- - narr-l"u vnni' Coleman uhii-ui- i easily ih"ifavor- - wane no is in nonan. tie wiu speax .. Iwson. &. Ilrown snipped a Saturday Ota May Is spending aw........ was acting for tho Willi .. mlnitrel performance cre m.,v.. m rinninnfii . ' tow. o. oo.i.ng water, cover ueaa Telephone Company. Stanford HSmu are tbe nt Cnin.a.nu firinnHr. .nd at Poi..ri. .k. Thoy The only other ".... (lint win fnlrlv well natronlttd i.- Iii Cnt.M Switch. ..1st ... . en one oil ,'tth tnwl nnd lirMiIha '.. .t nofnrA . , nu(B. . . . It.Miiai - urn. a ii niin.ii.ii.nti r n.n. 1Ir j, itaymona naseiu - -- -performanco at Yweralte gave Don t for get the date, Friday March hard firm nng we p.easani vapor inai arises.. the popular brothers of the ' BOTH ARE GOOD ENOUGH 50, 1!M1 Make your preparation now last ,vrek ol this city has been called to Liberty Manager Homer Wray of the East to attend and encourage this depart- vi'. nnilond In vuur UcKlnner let- South Lincoln Boys to put In the hot water supply for the Tennessee Telephone Company, did at Washington last m-was In a sr-em- list wook thul J. I. ltowlnnd Bert companies lowt rate. In not bid, and of school work. i.ew and comraodlons Bell Hotel Just the it Is expected speaker sure your property today with R. M. Council will Immediately filo that nnd The pupils of Misses Jackson and' thinking of taking a course la stenc-- week th. new domocrotlc erected in Casey. suit rushy It seems to us that John Chnmy Clark declared that the re ijuiiou entertained a number of thcuAKE QOOD IN RAILWADINQ A A marauder broko Into Newland. give thc company 90 days' notice to L. O. DavIon's grocery store Friday secure a franchl-o. move Its plant LtTTKB BACK HUMB. affairs had done much good, and that :. linnn In th. .hnnl rhanel .with ..I uuniriiutiuj. .night br crashing the glass In tho For Sale. House barn and one aero from this city. The pueetlou of whethfrom this co- - ..irnll.nl nmrnm roniintln of read- W. W llnthM nf Itnrlmnn Trull. I. l.iorp aood was expected $6 in money, meat front door and Btole has a ropa: If of land Amonr, and musical num-jer- s lloyal operation of the laity with th0 cleray iLxnton; Kr- - Teb- - 6 Vikom and candy. The owner thinkii - privately at McKlnney. will not sold er the companythis city willright to do bew vl.lUng the family of business In then bo by bo 4th Col m dec)ared lh,t ,,rM,dent Tnft. Ilr? tI)J ,ntt.re,tiDS topics of the program Mitor Interior Journal: u raugt be somfono familiar and ex- at auction onMarch premises on sold fought through the courts. that the married a. MIm Hoono near Maywood noaie,t ttnd William Jennings WHro the musical nuntera of Harry About the best time I hare pert with the front lockT as It was the dot t( highest nnd beat bidder. This Lincoln county. an vere qualified to go Into the pulpit iielnhart and Miss Kate Newiana. ana had Keep your barns protected with E. la the Old Ooorgo Given place. since leading Lincoln county In way the thief entered 'tho Btore. Hilly Williams Is a:nray poking fun and preach sermons. He would not (n readings of Harris Coleman. Mary IIUUI td. C. Untnes the Insurance Man, Lanrai-tar- . J. N. CASH. at the fn?m.rlv f ho sam. it loi hooss- jj, piiddcrar and Moirison Uright lr2 I spent mother-lnlaw- ,home of my fathe,,h" UlIUIlCU Wn1 nt u Casey people an for tho 'If,, of be surprised, Ky. . Manager Ireland ot tre S. H. 8. ball C W. nnd this city has rcceled another pro- aud nt ut we cannot see ny we are iuo ere. ox air, ur.u c..u c..a. rBD 7"i""J Martha Ann Cummins of near Kings- - motlor. being appointed to too pOPI- - The great Bliss native herhs sold by It irnn. rranra bei.t reople In tho vnrld. iron, .no i.inaBeyvwiPuu wo bav,. some mud holes but 11V. the .inn nf Retrnu 0 Agent on accounts, Dr. Mary Baughman, Stanford. AdBams Burs The editor of tho Hickman Courier School base ball club rt Columbia. Ky.Ula nt the reunion of the Cummins people they aro firm class. The fact obout $4,000 a year. dress Box 125. -n ,,. Hn ihlnr. hr halrrn tnploa aaf imat Aa ffiA tAntTl fnitillv vlfn ill hnnfif nf Vv. T. LUm.'.. . now ' rwausna wur w .. will doubtless be killed. Heportlng 0 fMi ne is cuotn mr Thc Interior Journal has received in SUNDAY MORNING RLAZE DE8. when It rome to making mud hole, wedding In last Issue of his paper, bo intends to make a tour or that part ot mins of Burnolte Texas who had beep'orflco nt that point. Major Collier Is reremony wan being unsigned, TROYED TWO BARNS AT it Is uiideit'tood that J W Fair has- kas: "While tho DeBow rendered the ln state. th challenge will protwbly absent for 23 years. It waa certainly the son of the late Gentral D. n. Col-- feverol arecommunications of news interest, but we which t accepted. MORELAND. doullned to make the roc0 for tl. re- said. Miss Htttlo "' must know who tho authors aro bepleasure to the old folks, when the Song In a manner that madej tiubllcnn nomination for sherl'f and "Flour" BQ FIRE AT WILMORE. It harmonlxo with the words of thei entire family except ono sat down, jjr,, Kmma Bush of Illchmond who fore they will be printed. The names The tobacco barn rented by Ferrell T J Taylor of Mlntonvllle hi a printed but muitt be known o onco n.oro around the old Jennings at Moreland, and owned wnicn Drone out nuoiii nuiin'rcd hlnifli-l- l for I ha l oilico win. ceremony uannimhousekeeping, .v. - . ; came down to vlstt her daughter Mrs. ned not be the clock Sunday tfternoon at Wllmore to usv ns a, matter of good .faith. And by a Louisville firm waj destroyed by C.efi. W. Dyo postmaster here as his tir ttoyo gone to wh,ch telling of, .mo,h. write on only one sldo of the paper. fire Sunday night together with about bonny blldo will havo to render tho jn Jessamin, county destroyed proper ea,U ! L T,S "flour..,song." nnd tho meat. milk, but t, valued atVtwecn $60.flno and $75. nappeneo in ms jouubbt uujtb. ..too nu,h rov;Behold wcro convalescent nf- 14,000 pounds of tobacco belonging tn .s, . . . lull 1IUUHU1 u ." ' In m.. .ri . ..i ....-.- ., . ,,v In hnpinnnv nnu - !. lit ne v .dob ere raiseu .in mo muuniuiua tcr n bioKO oi- grip, aira, nusn uo J. D. Steenbergens sells, builds, re- the nbovo named gentlemen, which ..i. . .vw . .w.m aA., Vw would tinvn luade It wnrni lor rune wt pairs and adjusts scales at rocK bot- loss Is partially cocred by Insurance unknown of thc flro X tom price.. See him for prices no.ore The origin no suspicion le IncendiarT CUm fferent -- u te '.a o tho g- -nd. wind carried In four !',u. but there It. harmo, nf tion of Class will meet TJeptreet and lg- - irlns owning a large Hock ranch In buy. Addnesa Crab Orchard, K.v. ism. A small barn bclongltng to Mra tho flames acrofs j,r tho home of Mrs. I.. O Davldoon on ,y11 '.- - er ba Now ton aud nowu'u nlted n earring rhop and undertaklngj r Brown nlro of Moreland waa bnrnoil j A CuuimliLH beius Tnnhdnv afternoon. Ttl 'auinitx ol Huitonvli.o pent thp Pal the pn contained no tobacco and bi-- t dH of last wolt nt tl.ildcu Dawn Here is a Remedy T,n torson hotol. Mctlarcy'a drug Moro n c"R't'r for a furnltu fuctory in tommunlon tervice' . wero ueia m For Sale. lndlaua et&uo crusher but Itfeed. .. i, ....... .rln. .....rf-lHt.nrlnv mnrn tittle bpitnn t Yosemlte. llurnlturo store, barber shop, meat mar Now Albany Indiana, Asher Cummins j" con- No 2. Mounted and In first-clasWill Cure Eczema ilcot nnd pool room, hour horses nnd machinist for the American handl fnc uu, Marv Fllnbeth Lear of Paint illtWn. Address Hushes Moore. GOOD MEN AT HEAD a mule were hurned In livery stable', 14-ponor c? thcj ianvite Ky. nubble Louisville. S. A. Cuminlui Is Lick hni t.pn rh.. OF THL HENRL CLAY "WE PROVE IT" .Six families who lived lu flaton oir of tne tm.ipa vou-- i yet0rarl-- . mo carriage shop, lost most of tblr foreman with the Peck Williamson. Co nnd bld In that, F0r rent onc a garden and two Mr. L. C. King Is on the slek list. iW. f . VvaUmi, iu LbxIiikIoii Honaii.) girls are nh?o(iiapnc,Ujr w, attend tno United Con - 'Btorr 7.roomat frame dwelling on Main household goods, Cincinnati. O. Tho l Mr. It. B. Brattcn'b little baby has A.uniiR tho tcckholdors of tho Henwhich street, five minutes from court house. I ecn very tuck but Is better. Drofesslonala In tbclr line ot busiuean. fodfrula Veterans Association ry t lay Flro Insurance Company who Why waste tltuo and money experiMay Addrest Rosa, care of this office. Miss Mable ltnnkln was visiting In ,Mrs. Una Qreybeal as a chicken rais .meets la Little Rock Arkanbss attrmlnd tho metttng rereynieiaov menting with greusy salves aud lo- day. irnm lifcnkfirt wtr Col t'horl" !. and my wife can heat up a cooking j5-n- r fl. greUoB h 5.,ed M ur neighborhood Saturiluy and Sun uaptaia tions, tryiug to anre vae eciaaia gona HERE. THIS llnrr nil Stntit Treasure tho ,WY0 muu Thibet will be here next wees ..... Illchmond MAY APPLY option elec Ihls Jones, of Marcclius, waa visiting raB" """ bUh Irotp Pat .d raroy. Both re ineu ot has a local tho skin when 1'on-.- Cured by The Msrvrl of Tho Century. .... tion on -- . mm up. UUU CUillls uu;uvu; U. . B. Testtd far 80 Years. . irriurQ ui, iiifc sa.diug for honor and Integrity, ' and the Rlchraend Climax his brother Willie Jonoi Saturdny and t 'tru su.iraaieea aiumu, a HawklDg, spitting, foul, breath, .dls- When I hew- - th. people talk so Stk. auu their word Is as good as anybody's toys: The last hP of the "wets" has Sunday. Dr. Hlikle bought n nice road mare Captain clean llmild preparation Ur xtaai yellow matter permanent much down here about the of l,n,l tiiir acaualntance with pair faded away. If there la anything In the following prices: I Mai- - the prediction of several local men, from Geo. Brown of Preachorsvllle tei tuly b.ck to his Inaugnra u,v l0 rid inu kldu ot the geru 'lire ly cured with pure Botanical lngredl-uut- i. blllb' I can't help but thlak more of maro n.iles $300: 42 sheep to To prove it ne will sad you a Hr.n n who ought to know whoreof they foT $175. 3tst0 Cftclal, but wo have ft mvf)U. cau lfl UraU,t , 0l did. It III not timiaMrnlm Aldridse at $.05: SOW and ahoats speak. "Bootlegging" Is so prolltahle ihrm Ihnn I S. Dunbar bought a long tlmo hor o SAMPLE TREATMENT - FREE ir,vn cf tliu for a standing. as a n"n will rellove tU .Kckius and of. . . -- t. ... hors. $t!S; that to put saloons la would ruin the from n. G. Fox for $200. ui-r'lriuiMi ic "" nui x- w.-sur.( . .. red of the hlgheit ly wm n.u,.u.n ... ..noirn nui ...- -. vrl wi .mwm -nt 140: 1- vu.i for D. Bteaaaaer sold a harness mare oJratt Thrgu both or ut dislike to never-(ollr- tuu tliaai onUtUe la sattioiuii le - bustnsM. so It Ii claimed they will ,,,,,. lttiMt v( w.,,MUli. for 17S. fact ,r im at ovrn all vote "Dry." it.t.,w remain old, wohebay known e Mrs. J, II Goggin and Mr. Aloxan- tkx tht been In LxiBg JU is kon py arugguu, every-wkf- roachea U geaeral debility. Idiocy and county oa Mr. W. than aav oth tu.1 H's- - for rortv 6irs, beginning The best magailn. In the world Is der succeeded tn killing the wild hog Vs., and vbero und la iMA&ford by U. L. Pea. ho HvaJ la S.aub'on, Kreninx nUra th "" ", eTlnuVoWuchdUUegu?neva th. 'Saturday hljth class 1'on. it Dai," Dr. Pierce war unable to fill his ap wm in Hlchmou.l. We cau voncn to.; I ny mid tney w Mi yu or.ta Marvel good, short fiction Balm department, engineers. Q. P. Bush. Miss Kathleen more any other magazine published pointment at McKlndree Sunday, - .ii i. u . . . lategilty und,utma't Kwd kU Ulcet enter thc than ' -last week ery word anu action. At ml" r,,,M maaa " uu C,B hrakeen. o,Hrator. ticket Bntn.iv.i.r urtConservatory. to Mrs. Clar and Is Issued once a week. All tho Karris FiUpatrick bought a pair of I" iTSi loith preront, be Is president ot iho Bjato ireatmout. ZUMO and ZOiiO soap of the polron gernm that caA.se cit&rrh carpenters, brldgemen, painters, eleo- - finrlnnaU whnt the Ladles Horn? muhv from O. A, Swlnebroad at a Hi with ladles know Nutlunal Hchk and the HcgeMontgo.uara recognized as the cleanest and at the same tlmo Bleod Balm (B. B. triclans and signal men. W. D. Mur- - enco Holtzolew of Covington.C. Penny Journal Is: and 1'h now Isuued twice good price. Mr. A Uariard relatives. ll hOB never try Shoo Manufactory a month. Let- tbo Interior Jo'.rnnll JameR McKecbnle sold some wl.enr Popular treatment .tor Lcxema. B.) purifies the blood, does away with t,hy of King's Mountain foreman of and daughter. Miss Mattle Denny nr,ii.r with anything th.'.t dl.l teen .ith.r m- hoth nf the. for von. to vStanford mills at 80. cents. M- - Hrown. pimples, dandrutr and all oter fohrms 'nd. :ynPgZK0noCoaiaorfhWa.Br.c1; Duncan left th,, past week to attend or tend In your renewal of subscrlp- Tltusvllle. Ph.. writes not provo a suciess, nnd hi. name is u the Mardl Gras In New Orlennt. Miss lion. It can sav0 you money. "My wlfo had Indlgoitlon for ten years nny Inst'.tt'.iton of tklu or scalu effoctlona whether oa pure blood tuwor ot strength to direct to the paralyzed 'KnaI Inspector . Bertha llurnslde Is vlaltlng her aunt laho took two boxes of stomach Clay Company was fortu- - Inlnnt or grown person. Will you try nerves, and parts lhe Lerr affected by oatarr- - clnnatl aro young men from Lincoln Mrs. Clmrloi McGurgln of Ohio. Miss tablets and la now perfectly well unto Ut securing mm us wun ui ui zkmO and ZKMO soap on our Tecom-lai- 1ml poison, giving John Fields went duck hunting warmth and ro.mtv wenraonu nor night Inst week and killed eight ono O- - I Penny guarantees theui 50c Mary Elmore ot tno on F.ujey nnd Auditor F. P. James, a raendatlon and guarantee of saUstac-lliinnci- trongth JuBt where It la needed, and think of..nal school has been with her parents tho old Owsloy placo. There's no' nnd capltnlUt. and their well Uou or our monoy bnckT Ponnys In this way making a perfect lasting """" lma , B.1";" "If to,v. Mrs KJmoro. Mrs. J W Mr. says so him- - THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 Itiiown b'l Iness (junlUlcatlons should "' O g. uuo DUU "" "'" wm. and . Oreirory of Ilrnddock. North ua doubt of It, for John cure of catarrh In all Its forms. UUUtl l,,vro n .. .UMf. wall wilt. ti.ni. i... .. " IliatCn l.lO.r lUlll F" UISTS or by exorcss. $1 PER LAUUbl five of. tho same men, two englnera. vt. i. th. truest-. of Mr. .and. Mrs. Par- ,.nomo The regular price of tho Loulsld " if3 Iho ofVa".onKUalldIaScnce.,s0. ;bN0t,CefTTh0.eeJ:aVlCl,a,U,t'' If you will send r'" V UOTTLK, with directions for homo- one fireman, one section foreman and ker Gregory. Louis Tinder ia at 1 aw Mir telHac the Utwt aaaga- - Times Is $5 a year. concern euro. SAMPLE SENT FHEK by writ- one laboring man who hare order t0 U8 you wlU get thc h Jful career, ziaea and newspapers. Ofv ma rouyOUr tb0 Louisville Times both oneitoreniii.it nrn nntltlrd tn nrimnnt Ihom lng Blood Balm Co, Atlanta Oa. Des- - neeidouts nml aro lying peacefully ,n,0nis illo foi n buslnesa trip. Mrs. subscriptions. I can save yea aoaey.year for only $4.50. -. LoiL 0ld BSrJSV,MkttoS to mo .nt &edienad' Iho Uttlo ccwetorlos around King's Ann Hoblnson Is with Mrs. Jacob -K"". I, Kt CUmK, MKitoftTUle, U-4V. D. V.". . .. .1 g.3t Truly ous. O. LKACH.blnson In DnmlHe. Mus Kato Patton ,'iiiifc. mm wmua iieu. wai TftHBtTi Mra. QIara D. Vraylor, r; .;..,. 1 senlco as a granu "v -ii. &x$v jcl toWl"tHh!l'"?J ,'"""" -, ... KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS NEORO LANDS THIRD HIGHWAYMAN IN "NEQRO HEAVEN." NOBLES IN POPULAR ORDER WILL BE HERE TO ATTEND DISThrough a plec. or splendid detce-tlvTRICT CONVENTION. work Sheriff W. L. McCartr landed in Jail In Indianapolis Saturday On .Msrch I7lh tho Knights of "Hud" Hawking, tho third negro rnnrg ed with assaulting nnd robbing the Pythias will havo their District Con vontton la Stanford. Many eclcbrt three wblto tobacco men on the Dan tlos of tho order will bo present vlllo plko a few weeks ago. Hawkins thorn K. L. teruscd to return to Kentucky without among of Kentucky 8ladn Ornnd Chanand Harry Scko-bertrequisition papers, so the sheriff cane cellor of VernnllloT, Deputy, Otand Lack, and will go to Frankfort today to Ket the nocessary papers from the t'hpncellor. J. V, Carter, 0. K. 1L S II. Pollard, Post Grand Chancellor, Governor, and then go on to Indiana- and candidate for Attoorney General of polls after bis man lf,ivt,ti. .tw avnv tmm r.nnvl.1. Kentucky, W. C. n. Hobbs of LcxlngWn,kor & IIoa- Immediately after tho crime was t.on,lrJud1fc Lardln. caught through a decoy letter. 8her-,A- SHORT LOCAL NEWS iff McCarty was assisted there hyl A banquet will be .given on the of at Hoosler dctcctlres. and ransacked all nighttheirtho 17th w 111 which the KnlghUn bo present and ladles Indiana-"ol the negro underworld of time Is cxpotcod. lolU which Is called "negro heavon.'re1at program will also be 'rendered in . Wanted. To borrow $500; good seA curity. Apply this office. lie bad nothing mere than a good des-' crlptlln of Howklns to go on, put wn ; Yu'nrZ, For Kent. Farm M.ccossful and the negro admitted Jj ho up and residence, lie wui oe nruuKni uai-- :: . partly In town limits. A. G. Huffman. and lodged In Jail here. Detectlvo Helm of the Q. & C. assisted In locatlnB tho lVV ? n fmnet Special prices on lap robes for a --..-- few days. Pence Dros. .. and som0 of tho best citizens nro connecting thcmselvei with this great tho new collar pad nt J. C. ucvruicuu uuvciuui Rwuhsm 01)er A gnitndd team ia dolnB lhe harness shop. now and no lodge of this order work A DECIDED SUCCE83 ON CHAUTAU tn the state .can boast of a better team If you want any orchard grois Beod qua PLATfOHM. or better class membership. 1 havo them. T. D Nowiand. 1 o 2 (. 'u at homo after a length, visit to Fort Worth Texas. Mrs. James Witt nas returnea irom a visit to ncr par ents in JeiK.imino county Mru J. Iteynolds Is visiting In Stanford. The C W D. M. Auxiliary will meet Wcdncsay) vaftcrnoon at tho usual hour and place Tho m10 or th0 late J. Frank Conn was held at tho farm near Wllmoro last ThurUdoy and Copt Am uourne serving as auctioneer. 17 heifers wen-solto Jomes Conn at 6 cents per tound 12 steers to John Conn at 6 cents; 20 head of cattle to Midi Vlr-glConn at G cetns; a pair of work mules $150 and $125; the lattor to George Conn; a wennllng mulo at J132; a brood mar to Miss Virgle Conn for $210; 45 sheep to Mlsn Conn for 15; two hogs to Wo, Conn nt I1G; 35 barrels of corn at $2.25 In tho crib. Is d TUA MADE nrMATDATC I WU MfKC vLMUlKillJ TALK OF RUNNING T. A. RICE FOR COUNTY JUDOSHIP WHILE J. F. HOLDAM WANTS SHRIEVALTY. I 1 ul.."" n "'"' ,'.?" 'f l6-2- ffiJj." -- thllnKhi 8e (Frankfort Tho friends of News-Journal- .) former mc nted t Governor Lancaster jft Kr ,, tackiest coup'o proVon'tA1 gentlemen of the town could greatly learn that he of candy w awarded th ,lc,p the association of h present by -l- ssswyrw ft z vJmTZl7- r t.ea s;" hL Tsraras' s .,, t Wf-1a - h . The Aid Socletv of tho Christian Btump. cljUroh will meet Saturday afternoon Hoy. D. M. Walker sold a fine Eng-I- f 1. setter to T. J. McGlIl, of Atlanta for $:o. Politics wall buxzlng with a big B bore Saturday. There was talk of new entries in seroral of the races for democratic nomlnatlln next time and talk of others. Tom A. nice, one of the best known farmers of tbla county, waa telling his friends that he will bo a candidate for democratic nomination noxt tima County Judge, and J. F. Holdam, of Crab Orchard, formerly Circuit Clork, wa.1 letting it be known that hc Intends to make tho rac0 for Sheriff. Both men say that thoy will mnko aggreislve campaigns and aro In their respective races until tho bell taps. Meanwh!!c Rowan Saufley, son of tho lato Judge M. C. Saufley, Is making an aggressive campaign for tho nomination, for tho County Judgshlp also, and Is receiving much encouragement from oil sections nf tho county. From pre ent lodlcatllns the rnce for this office will bo almost, If not ns Interesting as the sheriff's race, which li usually tho warmest In Lincoln. Law Enforcement -- - 15-t- Tin-scho- Lo-fca- 1 - " l)r. SSam ror g2 w u,t oy fiZa&wixto&wntol """,..,,. "l'" r""'' - ... . d "'?'' ...i-- .... ... ...... ,d 1 he r..rr .. .,. . i. -. I .. .. ..., "," T '"'. , to ...... r(nll. ,,. nt ."'.". .".."... . r. - ch mld-nlg- ..... ah ,,, in-la- tr-.i- ira-mus- i - o-- un a ,! Jo?' .cubci, tiro-plac- ?.??l?.ITjy5iL - .rti lZ Z -- in a- tto "'! ,. JaTSiSbbflS -- ' s 3 JJ" i Catarrh 'f ' "arln"a ,4 " viot )'') , wrararwia SIL'boT r."""..' n - , ' "t ?: .IZ r'. .rr E""" "Mnnm - . thre-Ter-ol- ?..rr:' '?x "" Ihteta :5?i:''- ,,, - T "? ""f.T "" a .- K: "J J .. -- r rr JIN r ...r'g 5gr XTiS t, ' ,J. iL"g ""ij"-!- !' ""' l!M .' .SiM'jmtVJLS W rni V ? - if THIS 8TAKF6RB. KJKJT (JOKY INT8RI0R JOURNAL. ANNIVERSARY nr .w lIIEl.NTERIORJOtllNAL.a I'l "- - TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2ftth, 1011. ii . r r 22. a J It ,11 JWHsVlMsVPJ U JsWsaMSassssMMsMSKarafSar'ir'J wn Established WS. (MELTON 'VRRY V WJLM Publlthsr FJMTtAY 8AUFLEY rir vwitrwrn wwnnnii - IvUJJTCJk VVJDJCIY Tiytnr t.mm mfwm a o ,t TUESDAY Entered nt the postofdee at 9Un DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Clroult Judge. HON. CHARi.KB A. HARDIN, of Mcrcor County .... AND ford ns second clnss mall. ty of those Of almost giving away. Plen- - Ladies Shoes I $3, 3.50 and 400 shoes to close for cash per pair ft This is a birthday event. We have been in Crab Orchard two years SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1911, and want to show our friends that we appreciate past trade and desire a continuance. A nice souvenir given to every lady who makes a purchase at our store Saturday, March 4. Be sure and come; rain or shine. We cerLi f . The best way to find out about n I'inn is In go to his home town where to U best known. .Most of us think wo know Commonwenith's Altornov Churlos A. Hardin pretty well, and have had full canllderieo that the democrats ot this judicial district net-ti- l wisely and well In making him their nominee for Circuit Judge - Hi't Just to clinch this good opln m of Judgo-to-bwlnf tho llnrdlu. hero iinrrrHlsburK Herald says of him. in till i connection Wo congratulate our fellon towns man upon his selection ns standard bearer for tho party mid M'cltaie c A tew of that lot of pants for men, worth $2 to $5, to close g S $2.50 this week at B tainly have bargains for everybody. '( , I ' I E( This Anniversary is to celebrate our birthday and to show our trade we are ready for Spring business. We are going to show you the best and most comby him ns Commonwealth's plete line of General Merchandise unloaded in this town. We have a much larg- cord madewill chnructerlio his work n. 0 ttorncv ac er line of goods to select from than we ever had before. Our business has grown judge and render him moreorthan that ceptable to his constituency to portion of It, ot least, that loves lots and we have added lots of new things to our stock, so we are prepared to tice and supply the wants of the people at a reasonable price. Make our store head- bo Democratic State Kxecuthe should, nt Its quarters and don't hesitate to ask for what you want, for we have the goods and Committee platform convention meeting s March Srd, call n to upon which the mulate n will make the price. notvlneo of the party can go before the people In November. Ict the Jushigh-Integr- ity the party beems,, it hns chosen a high grade man to represent It In this campaign. The selection ri In linn with the better tilings which we hope nro In store for the party and Common wealth, the thlnjn which seem to urnv lug for other state, wl ore public servants nro chosen for law enforo- incnts, for good order, for tho whole people, and cot In tho Interr-of the Ian less or nny particular class ot law & ureaKeri) tiic people ri wis dis trict know Mr. Hardin and have learn ed to value him by his work, nno they know also thnt the excellent re1 $1, ISO and 2.00. 0 lot of boys' knee pants I straight bottoms, worth 50c S and $1 this week to close at rt 25c and 50c now. You can't make them for the price. Its a like finding them. o g A small I for- H. J. MeReberts. Stanford, Kentucky. 00tOK:-CK.JlfrO-..C4 o a o WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW. LOOK THROUGH OUR LINE OF GOODS AND COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS' THEN YOU BUY FROM THE MAN THAT SELLS YOU THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY. lire "sTil We have an immense line of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Dress Shirts and Underwear. Don t fail to look at our line of White Goods, from 10c a yard to as good as you want. Look through our Foulard Silks, Val and Torchon Laces Embroideries, Ribbons Fancy Yoking and Bands to match, Leather Handbags, Belts, Collars, and any kind of Gloves you Want. Ladies' Ready-Mad- e Muslin Underwear much cheaper than you can buy the material to make it, and we have anything you want in Embroidery Hoops, Rings and Floss in all colors. Be sure and look at our Ginghams. The patterns are pretty and the price is right. Our line of Hosiery and Slippers can't be beaten for style and durability. We have a line of Mattings and Rugs which will pay you to look through. Don't fail to get our prices on Groceries, We will surprise you. We carry a complete line of Queensware and Tinware. Get our prices before you buy your Plows, Points and Gear. Don't fail to come Saturdayand bring everybody with you. We will sell you what you want and buy what you have to sell. Bring us your Eggs, Butter, Chickens, Feathers, Potatoes, Corn and we want 100 shoulders and 50 hams. Will pay highest market price. Yours for trade, exalted presidency. I am now located on Fourth street, Dan-lll- e Woodrow Wilson, Governor of New with the bent equipped stable In and will be F'sd to see yo'i at Jersey, Is growing falter thnn nny man in the Pnlted Stntes today He any time. And will show tho ladles Is proving himself a statesman of the especially courteous treatment. broadem eallbre nnd rfis shonn n 8. D. P. LOGAN. r,rasp of political strategy which Is both nmnzlng nnd confounding all who thought hp would prove a pliant tool at tho game. Looks like the Ex College President Is going to bo the demo, crat's stiongest card for a morer convention be held before th0 nominating primary on May 27th. These candidates who do not endorse the planks of the platform enn step nslde and lot men who will carry out the party's policies have Its support. TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS FreshOysters STYLE. LoiiIb I Walker Is mnklng a splen did circuit Judge, nnd looms bigger In the repiuillren party every day. Demo crati like him so well that they all hop. he will have the segnclty not to ofler for the Judgshlp nt the Novem ber election. SERVED IN ANY WC HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUN when It comes to supplying high grude" W,. knov of none that fur omh lUor lumber, mighty few wlm can offr oc i good Hut oven wheie our l'ltiiber can bo matched our prlca otnnot. Olvo us jour next order anil notice how much lss it lakes to n Job nnd how much smaller (ha bill Is lumber ANOTHER JOHNSON LINE PAPER IN THIEPCSTIIML M TOWi HT . Qarsirfs . A. CARSON, fin-U- h Crab Orchard, WRITE ME FOR PRICES ON I SANDERS, HIGH GRADE Kentucky .yizssxajLBigff5iMW wstjYOUR JOHIUOtf - f HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED COTTON SEED MEAL ON PA8SING THROUGH OUR HANDS RECEIVES OUR gentleman, a faithful, unfaltering democrat ol the loftiest crirnrtcr and Integrity and this is known o( nil men He stunds for everything for whlc'h nls party stands for nnd would if elected make an Ideal governor The News was heartily for Mr. Johnson for personal reasons, bnt he having wttlnlrawn wo arc Just as warmly for the Richmond man nnd shall do whnl wo enn to bring about his nomination A large number of Mr. i.nd election. Johnson's friends are doing all they can to Induce someone elso to announce for tho chief cxecutlveshlp. "PARAY8HEETH" but we do not agree with thorn we OR boliove McCreary Is to bo right man "IN THE BEGINNING." unci we shall continue to advocate his ALTA EGO nomination nnd election no matter A CATESHISM OF TRUTH. whom the republicans may nominate. Bowling Green News. Tho News believes thnt Senator Mc Creary Is the mnn for. tho democratic .atty to nominate for governor. He is able, clean and popular with the people of nil classes throughout the statu. He hai had long nnd varied etperlenco In public alfalrs Including . doren terms In congress, one ns gotorunr nnd one as I'nlted Stater Senator, nnd is as nctlv. us mot men at fifty. He ti a statesman nnd Restaurant. rop. J. A ALLEN, StaRfersf, Ky. CONCRETING Wsartlnro.ltlnn In do nil kind ot inn luch lllock Work. I'urrmrnli enn umka sny thing from . anil. In lcl. homo down ton ( pott. We mn tervr yoa promptly nnd Kcnrntitt nr.t-oln- u work nd nmlerlM. Call and get our iirtpni bsfore yoa buy your material at la.t. .rtln. , PHILLIPS BROS., ataufwril, Ky. A HORSE'S OVERCOAT lc called u blanket. We have J. every C. McCIary, if-- rrf PRICE BOURBON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. kind from tho lightest to the boaWest, from tlio fuuey blanket for road us to the plain but sonlccaLIu one for tho stable Every kind of stable utensil! too. (Simii, of and nrasonnumr In price. They have to bo to conform) to our harness standard WILLIAM A. BURNETT, STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY Kentucky Agency for Owl Brand. Established N01. tt PER80NAL ATTENTION' AND IS (These books by tfeo. O. Dames. Evangelist, and recently Issued are for sale bv Mri. Mary II. Craig, Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentucky, Box 163. At the following prices: .Bcraysheeth, clotli bound II .....60c (Same paper bound . .nua r.&v, iiuui uouuu ivo 8a mo paper bound 10c A (JAteohtsm or Truth paper bound. 10c Ot Ucraysheeth, Mr. Barnos aald: "If anything 1 have ever written an holy theme wan Inspired Wis book bean Intra penned" Kocelpta from the ante of those books will bo used to publish Mr. Barnes' Anglo Israel lectures The Lost Tribe. The Vanished Sceptre. (Do these not Able' to buy them the books are free for tba asking. Mrs, Craig will bo glad to receive contrl- Motions to help publish the lectures. Bach contributor may have the taluc ot tb0 contribution fa books. J $1,000 Jack BOUGHT A BY J C. MoCUAY, StMttnl. UNDERTAKER Olflce 'Phone 1C7 HON. B. B. KING IN ROCKCASTLE. STANFORD. SpriH AND EMBALMER KY- Home Thoue J''.. any that stamp more unmistakably thQD HELD IN THE 8TRICTEBT CONFIDENCE Hi Lincoln Have added a new and complete line of magazine and periodieals as well as the latest approved fashion journals and invite your inspection. fjtlMMMBiMil Die.d CLAUDE ROWLAND IIHII the best Jnrka In this section II H. Verrill bought of J. W. Mnrler 2 head or cattle for J3S5. J. J. Hyslngcr bought of V. N. Tliompson 8 calves (or 3120. and sold to T. N. Noo a bunch of calves at $16.25 per head. James II. llrnniKininn has bought tho residence ft Dr. W. D. Laiwel) at Wildio. Dr. Lnswell has bought pro perty at King's Moanium and will lo- catn there In a few weeks. In our last Issue we failed to mention that Miss Julian Godwin or Crab Orchard was th0 charming guuit ot Mesdames w .i. .1, v ana jonns Mcuenzu. Hnarks and famllr who nave neon Louisville for several weeks 'returned yctorday. ML Vernon Signal. II. Hnmlin sold his fine Jack to II. II. King, of Lincoln county for Jl.'KW. Thlu is considered on ol Capt. SiHrHfc February 3, 1911. County National Bank, Vomer Next to Court House. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Keatuoky. Stanford, Ky. WpSBBBBBEBBEEBBEBE13 sjwW Altai, tho family circle Is now rent ihA crime if marrilatlslter In the i or emergencies. County at W. S. FISH Im twain. Tho golden cord Is broken Circuit Court of Lincoln sM & jvyr" h yft, r "if'j.-A,fc.'i"- 'j PHONE 260 One link from tho chain Is goao nnd the Juno terra ot said court ius win STANFORD, KY. tU8 Bovernor of Kentucky for par we .,n mtsa tho dear child, so dear.U All onH r.,ntinn tn rittnthin. ? ... mi&itfm No more will thy voloe our sad, hearts w ho object will notify tNo governor wr PAY objections, UNDERTAKERS AND eheer Uut In the eternal eit whare nnd stato In writing any HIGHEST CASH PRICE It. K. SIMS, ALSO DEAL. the anyels tnst their crowns, wo fcol February, 28th 1911. For AH Kinds of ER IN FURNITURE. MAT. that thnu --art safe at laiit upon thatli vr qTa I i.j aw. Inf on Main Farm Produce ...uAK H i.. i TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL .i. HIDES AND FURS WANTED EXCHANGE sorrow npd parting nro no more, safe atreet hM bnrn Rnd ,, outbuildings1 FURNITURE NOW. FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. tiuii iiir Biutiua ut nip auu nu nvum LAND & DUCHANAN GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE care. Dlesf.ed Jesus grant at least Unautlful building site lor residence, d tan ford, Ky. RIGHT. thnt We may meet Claude there, Ills I4U0. Stanford Real Estate, ;t STANFORD, KENTUSKY. mother, nettle ltowiand. r My new spring and summer sampler nro now ready for your I miner nan. They comprlre the best un the market I can suit anyono as to price who had his clothes mad0 to order. A suit made to your measure Is preferable lo ready made clothes. To have thent wade to measure doesn't oo.it any moro than ruady mac a when nualltv nd fit Is ftnil HEROIC FIREMAN SAVING LlFE let me tako considered. Come' la your raoasuro. In a a blr fire deaervna Him mmmnn. datlon of everybody, Just us tho man H c RUPLEY. Tho Practical Tailor, coots mat has his home Insured In time, and when it Is destroyed by fire naa me "long green" wherewith to build a now one. Wo one knows how welcome a few thousand dollars are when left homeless but the man NOTICE OF APPLICA TION FOR PARDON. who has "been there!" Let us Is 1 l T 4?V9tliA'rjL R. H. L. Pima who was convicted of sure you In our company and be ready &1SaMifiK ' wlisasK KWSksR KsiiiW.l IT I KSkSwWW i. L.Beazley&Co., tiismmmm I I "!.: u3r1rC spiiK9 1 Ii I I MIMHIIHsfi tyrasj fsitinifitmiHmitmimiiiH tan. Wiimimm 111 I'lft I iT M.tA.e. , w pin l)Ha rr :r' t TUE8BAY, FEBRUARY I 1 IKSI iaaBI 2th, ' 1611. TTre stAwrf) kt.n'i uotcy interior jouknju- - r 5 I rof f't .rri Hi )h Hrtln Of 1t ttr tiurt fjiMAMi init totufr. a a n. u. f , (cv Kur f w4 nitpM la Imi Inrnrsbi ftn artnr irmia dnrtfa prnftoubtrd It kml diwraw ms K. By proMlDnl lofl rflwllMi, nnl by rftwttnlly- It tmf r1 cnt ,0 lehminrt!w,ln underwent nn operation nt tho local Ul ff ti mre with prorrntmhnrnt, tconouncrd It lnrr. rv rfetarrb to b a ronftftHtioc a i Sri"nce hu Mil', u"! !,?' Is hero from Un- - Dencon Ho,:pltnl In convalescent mm, nnit thrcfnrt iv'fiutrra rmmtltutlnnal trmtni(.r lo 1 raurrh Cwr. maniifartuml tit I' J Ctrr vRrrcn Grigr.by Chapter of tho Ottumwa, Iown. "for ve.im I was M t , Toirdo, Ohio. H the rmlf rtonMHnllwtal ntf Vavter and lint . china painting c1ni X1. D. C will rrioet thin Tucmlay nfter It la taxm almost a constant sufferer from femnlo ihr mirktt.tupoonriil. ItIntrmallr m itnwatl Iron to a with Mrt Miry Iliirrli noon nt trouhlo In nil Its Jnii fflvtmn ntrfacra d! thflaria rtirfctlr on offtftAk Mr ! Whlto hit ami iptfffl. Itiry ym returned from ignn vVoodn, or Danville forms: dun irM drt.r for ny not It tilla to tut f i dreadfulpains a vlmt to M. dnushtor, Mr. Jexae I n" lor rtmttart an.l trftimnnKM. ol her mother. Mr tno cuest shooting all a wi r J rm.vr.v co. iwrd.v. osi .raver, nt Paris Jinwle. the little son ol W It Mc hy llnxrUK TV over my body, sick ..Un SpIIIo Kendrlck returned homo Cnrloy wnn opernlod on wcok for Tal Italia funttr I'lib lor eonatlt" hemlncho, spinal lluirmby her eon- - j,tr i0nt trouble by prt. Cnrpenter lui Mr Dnrn inm weakness, dizziness. l fin tIiotiibh nt Htv. Pllllc Sunday, the lornifr n", and depression, wns .bnll player, closed n meeting Rund i MontKello Outlook. ,,... (Vllnnncin. Tho llltlo fellow fn.rll weii everything that il. A. lllchnrdnon of Danville, horrid. 1 tried many InlRht nt l'ortsmoulh. Ohio wl Ich v. Vv typowrlter the createst the ItcmlnKton fk "Tifw doctors in different one of It litited six ever held In ti ; t to see weeks and resii I'oinpau), was hero yoitcrdny parts of the United btntu. ed In . 283 confessions D3.' of them i men. n tiunv'.nr of luisincBt States, but Lydla 13. Horn, to the wife of Hov. J. II. .lonei I'liiKhanvs vegeta- - Ui0 last two days. The collection for Ho has Cn bio Compound has his work amounted to 110.305 ti Mntiirrtm. n Vnound boy I I'.ono more for mo than nil the doctors. firm gave $1,000 and two others g'i ' ii named John II. .lone, Jr of WnynefbutK sec I feci It my duty to tell you theso ?500 each l:.l Hon, who moved to Oklnhoma some facts. My heart is full of gratitude to LA GRIPPE COUGHS been hack on n visit to you for my cure." Mrs. IIauihet E. ilm ngo, h Ho U'AMi'i.Kit, 521 S. Hansom Street, Strain nnd weakc nthe nysroin nnd I i! hrniher nnd Kramtfothor, state In Ottumwn, Iowa. iMnkg Oklahoma the urente.t not checked may .develop into pn i mania No danger of this when KoIe tho union. Consider This Advice. and J. City .Marshal I.uther llerron Honey and Tar Is taken pcamptly No woman should submit to n surpi-c- Is a reliable family ivUqB fcr u A lleaxlev, of lincasler were in atoperation, which nmy mean death, coughs and colds, and tteW) izlc' Neglected Cold Causwl Cswpli- - tendance nt court last week. until she has given Lydla K. Pin Wham's and clfectlvaly In cases af araup. l'e Vegetable Compound n fair trial. I'enny and Russell Ilrown Mlk Mse substitutes. Ebvaytrn &nd vanne' CitrH, Premjitly Restirtd birthday This famous medicine, made only tho WnshlnRion's The Housu voted overwholmlnc t from roots and herbs, has for thirty ilaiico nt Danville lart week PffiMt. li n f!ovnr of lluttonvllte. wns vlf years proved to bo tho most valuable In favor of tho policy of fortifying tf Panama Mr. Hot uinp rlatlves nnd friends In Somor tonic and invigorator of the femnlo 000,000 Canal nnd 'appropriated Si, .. for the purpose of beginning II oyer, 14 Zl nnr, ..i wnnV nml organism. Women residing in almost overy EvnZon. IU. Incldently looking after wme ln nw Btates city and town In tho United the work, TfrB sundry civil boll wn bear willing tcstlmonr to tho parsed. " writes "It any lmeresis uere. an wonderful virtue of Lydla E. Ilnk-ham- 's ono has reason Torch and little son arrived Inst weel: Vegetable Compound. REMEMBER THE NAME to tirulno l'e- - irmn Colorado and are spending n fof Foley's Honey and tar for all cough runu It Is suro-nn- v with lira. J. IC Claunchr niter 'JHrx. IMnkhara.nt Lynn, Moxh., und colds, for croup bronchitis honrvr ,yM.my."lf i will go to hou'okeoplng Invites nil nick women to write h!cn boss and for racking Thomas Thatcher rntcr-- Iicr for nilvlrc. Her nil vlco Is f reo, No opiates. Refuse lagrlppe coughe in l'pr" I substitutes. Shu Wined Tliurtd.iv to dinner Mr and cnnlldcniluL and always helpfuL gars and Tamer. tho serious ef- - Mr Zack Monroe, of I.ancnstor, Mr. fecta of a line- - i nd Mrs. J. K ('launch nnd Mr nnd or, Mrs. ftoberson and Mrs. Nelson Thirty-nincasen of dlpfherla hnv erlng cold, that Mrs Kben I'orch, Somerset Journal nlcrtiilned com- - i several A It of st Asaph Cluipter Dorcanlratlon ns nanncr In. the cucsts In clmrnilUR been discovered In the Johns Hopklnr unit- the dining loom were Hospital at Haltlmore. I. vo. . el In pulling !.nr iiTtlmnnr who hao en loltr- - anions them being old, rare PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD , . I HO . UUYVII. I could nellhcr i '""PJ,""' ?' V".u "' ." "" china and silver, sword, nc'ipiiirs, lint never follows tho use of Foloy's cot nor sletp Itrlalnments. The "Colonial Tna SvA (mbioldeiy. Masonic aprons broVs nnd Honey and Tar, which checks the wII, und lost ncsday nt the homo of Mrs J II. Kn-I- I Ijna'lu. Many guests wire present who cqugh and expels the cold. M. Stool:-wel- l e a h and ileman itroved a very enjoynhlo affair says: Ilnnnlbnl, spirit. vi, houre- wan beautllully decorated coiupllmcnled the PaiiRl 'er nnd vn all the remediesMo.ever used."It I bents tSl, a ?, " "y I" '. white nnd blue buiitlne. (ieorse- Joyed th(, quaint si.nrx bv Mr. 8m th tracted n bad coldI and cough and con was uv.t plctire nnd flags proV,i by Miss Krel?er nnd a o o pneumonia. One hot- roost brilliant elfeet. The Ly Miik lluy. Coffeo Ciioctolata nn threatened with Honey w'md.ra - '"''rtng and Tar Com lie of Foley s ku".!"' liminiers with ine. In served opiates, J weeks I was oionlnl ftyle and their ixiwdored hair bandwlches wore Mc.Maxin and Mr. pletely cured me." Nomedicine Just n and Mrs. mllnble household Scott Glore, Mrs. Shu uccuuiini,. u anoiner,.ii exiremoiyn goou amiMn I II Pn William I'enny presided at the tuulej. nrg and Tanner mrs. n ooyr. iik nIlli Danville Meurenger a month I felt better than I uvcr had 'KCumn Mra Klchard I.ondcs (Mnrlor 8ule.- - nennt corner lot In a Vox. W .Islington I Mies 'i"1iionif Pole) Kidney Pills are a reliable renina for new lire and ,r- - Hunn K Noel and Su'ihi MIsr kI town contalnirg about ;:! of an you two pictures, so tr.nth. I .end for bncknche, rheumatism and Hohort I.tle, Mrs William Ten you can neo what l'eruna haa done for , ny. .MIa Sue McDowell. Miss VnnMet- - unnaiy Irregiilnritles. They are tonic ,te splendid bid ding cite foi rosl- ine." aictior, fjoicic in returns nnu aiorr annd biislui'Ss houbc. Prlco jfftowit relief fronv all kidney dlsoruers, BiiiiRnni una iTtnncr jr.uu. atnnroril lical Estate, - Mr Chnrlmi Fowler of Bomflmct, vug Jimt rccolved a frcnh ntock of tho Vtr brut oliro oil nt Penny' Drag Iitc Bttmtiiy the fpiest of Mlts Anna Chancellor. Hlnro. .tmnpn Wootli iipent fovrral dny wlfti relatives nt Mil I PERSONALS. lerilittrg, MIp Stic Woods Jiiat I from n plranant vlult there, W. Irdnnd In nullo III with Ml' J Mr. nnd Mm. John Mount, of I.nn- Iitictimonln. a lal.kt !. hfifn Uitndov with mla """"""' (J. U I'cnny wim In IX)i.Uvlllo on liintlnriK Init week. I Qnllln rlluntia nf Mfitillnalmrn Vtlt. Will Hurornnco U In New York buy (he plMt or rct.,TCg here InM In kooiIa for his nUire here 'wck MIm flertrudo Wllklimon nnrtit n Coleman Colf.JV nnd wltb rolnt veil In lew uellghtfnl dnnce nt llusMinn Mary llruc0 linn returned from touvillc I OTTUMWA WOMAN CURED Pinkimm'a Lydla Vegetable Compound 'rfe jifled ' HUSTONVILLC HONO.t ROLL. honor ioI ol tho Huftmrin rohool rrr I'ehtun'r Is ns .ol iwmwmwwmmwmwwmwrwnnirwnrnrwwwK Klotd, 7Mi Fsds. Mum,' Na- - . Xo th, Ola WH'Inms, '.ui'ni ' W i.ynns, Lnttl Cook, Dodil Sk:i Vi.nn "Lame Leg fc y ""c - "; iC L,, l.lppt, Uniler lo" Omin JandIdrc, Marie I'oyd, lHIa It rey. I.iura Sanrildec, Parli Dnrljiii, Mnhel Itiissell, Murrell Held, Margmei ner, Mm Inn dri u', ft Powell, Flora Hack, Carl lllcl:- -, riinmns Mnrott, Vlrgle Durham., , a Well" That Spring you. 3 3 Suit 3 iTi Tere . ii j ' t.t,.,'b - li mmmJwJm lit ' say "I ll-- V '.SurT'1' jr, 0 sftty1 V lat ll repre-ncntln- LOST APPETITE AND HOPE iy -- ll Sloan's Liniment on a lame lee that has given me much trouble for six months. It was so bad that I couldn't walk sometimes for a week. I tried doctors' medicine and bad a rubber bandage for my leg, and bought everything that I heard of, but they all did me no good, until at last I was persuaded to try Sloan's Liniment. The first application helped it, and in two weeks my leg was well." A. L. Hu.NTnn, of Hunter, Ala. have used that wish to I You have beun to think about that new Spring Suit that suits Suits to Order We make suits to order and guarantee to give you full satisfaction in every way. Good for Athletes. Mr. K. Gilsian, instructor of athletics, 417 Warren St., Rox-bur- y, Mass., says: "I have used . al j ' SLOANS LINIMENT with great success in cases of extreme fadgue after physical exertion, when an ordinary would not make any impression." rub-dow- n I New York Styles !j Can show you the latest New t 1 i I g g ... .,,.. . n. ty dSftm Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. R!Ml2&60c.&'1.0O Sloan's book on and poultry sent tree. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Hast., U.S.A. York Styles made by the most ex--j' perienced cutters and fitters in America. 3 i . .shw tWLW sBM e ..; ,(,.,... le ,.,.. ,., s horaa, cattle, sheep You get what you v. ant, or you do not take it. Take a peep at H our patterns now on display and liiijgl - we will surprise you with the beauty of this selection. Bad Fall BREAKS AN ARM FOR JERKY ADAMS, OF HUSTONVILLE. itSSiiS ion a.. ,,.. io i'lS. ,ii " wr I 21 Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KY. PK IB - u'ii t't-ne- Mmiim Poultry Rai Sick Fowls Don't Pay, Droopy Hens Won't Lay. Why take chances WHY LOSE YOUR FOWLS? ngalnst dlsoase' A few drops of Ilourbon Poultry "ur0 In the water, keeps fowls strong, vigorous nnd thrifty, protect them against, disease and pnjs Ihcm In prime condition for It is the only emvdy that can be depended upon ta euro roup, Choi. and Oapea simply because It destroja tho germs Ono 60 cent bottle i,."i cause tbco dueacs. . ,a,i. 12. nalloi'is of medlclue. Every Poultry ralcr v.kt Iftfi) a bottle of this medicine on hand. cgg-laylna T The Famous jR&& should always be used where several people sit, because It d.qcs not strain the eyes of those sitting far Trom if. The Rayo Lamp Is constructedjto glye the maxlffiam diffused'whlte IlghL Every Value detail that Increases Its har been Included. You may Tbs Ryo Is a lamp. light-giving low-pric- ncciuent last wc K when he TiTnTliim Mm li I nt hU 2I barn Ills right arm was Bnitafeiut 1 7i u'jove the elbow and he sustained olli - (sav4Zp er injuries less painiui, ine DroKcn Ifuib was set and Mr. Adams is dolns: as well as could be expected. Ho Is a member ot tne progressive West End ''rni of Adams Dros. itataHakful sustained Popular Jerrjr Adanu uHustonio B9 Tl OTMts THE HOME OF HART SIIAFFNF" MARX lit j'",,"MriT,?rir' ys. pay $o, $16 or even 530 for other lamps and get mare expensive container but you cannot get ' batter JlshLthin tl e Rayo ghei . ' This; season's . Ravo has a saw and strcDEth. .. ' , Burner, -- a woDg, duranie anaae-noias,hado on firm aad true. Easy totf ktfep the . a. a nickel. ON ,J mm I fa aMaw4ak4A.t aaavtlJ tmmm flt.Kyl JUR BBBBBBBBaaaaBBaaalaBaBaBBW EOO-KLE- .08 AND TREATMENT," yJ1 DRUGGIST FOR IT. o "OI8EA9E OF FOWLS CAU8E, ASK Oaca a Rayo User, Always One. o JfixaxaE?nixaxaxaBC' (VlS a ( . hi Put ItOff An likan llcni W'AM m '. i . I BETSY'S POINTERS While you are not rushed take an inventoiy of your farming implements and see what you will need the first of the season. Then come see our stock which consists of the best time tried makes, such as 01iverPlow3,Bvacher &Gibbs Inconsistency of man beats a Klr-- t he unys a woman cannot use n hammer nnd In th, noxt brinth says sho Know 3 rcoio about knocking than n tpft8tr carper.t-- r The best knock rs know are t'offej-- and t'olomnn who have prices knocked down to fill th, Finalfo-- p it- e A'l klndp of garden seed Just ar rlvc', elthor In packages or In bulk rrcno 19ti Prompt Delivery 1 ho 1 1 - Harrows Brown Double Shovels and Hoosier Corn drills at prices you are asked for inferior goods. Buy .mr Dkr$ Ettrwitr. Af, If net tl jroar- - wHtt ftr Jixrbti Please neml Ciiiartx ne of Ilourbon one who Is an er can afford to bo without this valu-ublmedicine. It docs all you claim and more. I take pleasure In it as the beBt.nulti remedy I eer saw. It It working like My friend. magic In this county. who nre using It say they inner saw nnyUiIng liko It. People call me ow the ptone and say, "My tick, what must I do!" I tell them use Ilourbon Poultry Cure, nnd In a lew days tin call mu and sny tuuir birds are sound cud well. 1 havu a rccom-monaing 1jsI year we lost an entire hatch by express two Poultry Cure. No from whlto diarrhoea; this yt?itr we poultry rnl huv urcd Ilourbon Poxltty Curu In W The Standard Oil Company jDCOTJorClM) VggggalggSaW jLk HgK what you need, then when the time comes for work, you are ready. t Mt L COFFEY AND COLEMAN. mmmmrmmmmmmmtmmm- their drinking water continually and l.avo not lost any. Wo highly recom mend ft to bo all you claim ur It, mi'1 w0 attrlbuto our success to the uso of U. W C. Jouiirvn m. Sen, Lcxlngtcn, ,? I und P. Hock chicken frcat and chickens nourbon For jL'j of the finest M II. turkeys In the PoultrytJikoj? does all that ymi claim Cure Btate. I use this roraery and never for It. If you have no agents at Kan-vitVe a sick fowl. It gives them City, I would like to tak)kia ttrength ami vitality and makes their rnmples with me and distribute plumago bright and glossy. Sen m.v among tho largo brredera,- - B. A. fihlblt at the next state fair. Mrs them Havens, Shelby vllle, Ind. J. D. Cox, Lawrenceburg, Ky NOTE Mr. Hiwcns was awarded NOTE, Mrs. Cor was awnrded first twoi ty six ribbons on his fowls, Includ prize to tun bekt pobbluc ft Ki ninety lag lint prize for best gobbler, nt MisState tVlr and first prire for best hen souri State poultry Show. at Hlue Grass Poultry Show. ' 1 feel' it uj duty" to k'w "ny tesil Kery year I have been losing from inouy In regard to Ilourbon Poultry I bought 8ome turkeys that 75 to 100 chickens from gapes, and I Cure. had about concluded not to try raising were nffecto.1 v'lh cholira nnd rnp, 1 got a bottle of Hourbou any more. snd 1 used It and did not loso a tinPoultry Cure, and used it according to gle bltd In my flock. I think It Is only a little more freely, as tho best poultry remedy I know of. directions, mln. was a rasa of joars of infection. You nre privileged to use my nnmo to I Now I have 200 chicks, all thrifty and the public or to your ouitamen. growing nicely, and not a "gapey" have been raiting poultry for nrany them, An spite of the fact years, and huvo used many remedies one anionc that thry have froe acooM to a big of different kinds, and Ilourbon Poula breeding jlaoe try Cur lr the host remedy I ever wood yard, which t ,r the pests. Mrs, Jeupln U. Stevens used. Perry. Mrs. Sallle Compton, vllle, Ky. Lynchburg, Vs. many U hun-dre1 -- Ky. NOTE -- This firm won first prize iTd color special for eockce) Uo gn'd modal for best bird In show at Sttte Poulttv Show I have been raising chickens for i.eariy fifty vears nnd Pourbon I'oul try Cure is the mo t satisfactory rcmr dv for cholera and gapes that I have ever used. Mn. W. W Italton, Ky. llon-klnsllln d Hi ftV' "V K3 jfWBaATa-rTi?STfi- r .tiaafiKiCJtwx W( vm 1 gggngV ".frfraTmt riiaiarsrtg mi m ifMif -r mrnm 11 W. E. PERKINS, CKAB ORCHARD. KENTUCKY I i B Mis-.o-i- n CIMAICE Ifl SALE a Hi K I I ak k af aaV. I V R lluShM T- - W- - Hun'We W. 0. Marti a The Chas. Wheeler Emporium at Hustonville, Ky., invites the public to their Annual Clearance Sale embracing all winter goods. Ladies' suits and skirts, Ladles' undeiwcar, mens' and chiidrens' underwear, absolutely at cost. Calicoes 3 cents per yard, all best brands, no seconds in my Stock ask to see our black silk petticoat at Jf'2.08. For special bargains, sec o"r Clearance Sale on shoes, buy two pairs for the price of one. A full stock always on hand. Our spring stock of ginghams, ladies shirt waists arc ready for your inspection. ill m I mm: WE GIVE particular attention to the business of the farmers. We cordially invite them to make this their BANKING HOME. !IEW SPRII 600SS - This Sale is a Bonafide One And No Hot Air. This sale will be on FEBRUARY 1st to continue through February, Respectfully yours for an honest deal. I -- state We hare hundreds or testimonials like thaw, In our circulars and The remedy does the work. or there prominent poultry raisers booklets. wouldn't say so. They wouldn't buy It ued then lie about It If It tolled Try and see for yourself what it will dq ler your fowls NEW STANFORD DRUQ CO., T. P. CURRY & 0ON, .. . , J. R. MOUNT, SON A CO. , REYNOLDS & EVANS,... . . I . .STANFORD. KY. J Chas. Wheeler, KNTUg.V. HUSTONVILLE, Tai Mm We are receiving- Spring Goods daily. We invite yoa to call and inspect our new Silks, Ginghams, Percales. Trimmings, Dress Goods Corsets, Laces, Hosiery, Purses, Novelties, BtiSf' HUGHES, MARTIN I Trust (0. P CO., LANCASTER, KY. .JUNCTION CITY. KY. ..DANVILLE. KY. L OryCooo Notions, bhoes STANFORD, KENTUCKY t'-a-HW VatawjmmtiMma w"wrtw jei VAUti TOUR JLU THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL People! People!! "Listen!!!" Qur sale wjiot over. We will continue until MARCH 1st to sell our winter stock at cut prices consisting of Overcoats, suits, THE FARMERS For Sato Rood shelter. 1G0 REPAIRS 1G-- - i ..'.julj. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23th, 1111. Valuable Farm Ami Timber Lands For Sale IN ADAIR COUNTY KY., Odd Men's and Boy's Pants, Corduroys Underwear and Gl oves. Come see what we can give you tor tbi money, Shoes, Hats, Coat Sweaters Everything Selling low at the Cut Price Sale. nhoi'kn of loddbr ami -- MADE ON ! Anderson. II. Kor Sale.I'nlr of new stock scales chap. Apply to Ureeler Lutes. 15-For Snlo. fVo maro muios, coming AND ALL KINDS OF 15-two icar old! R II. IMllard. Machinery For Sale 1 horoughbrcd Duroo Jor rcy boars extia good onoa. ISoady for ervlco. Apply to It. II. Uronangh, 8PF.CIAL TOOL8 TO ORDER !6-Crab Orlxard, Ky GOOD GERVICE AT FAIR PRICES 1'or Sale Finn Jack BC8T EQUIPPED Willi good pedigree, has proven him MACHINE SHOP IN THE BLUh solf n snlrndld breeder. Also two QRA88. nnd extra Jennets, one ELECTRO large, sate In fonl to flno Jack, the ANVILLE MOTOR wllh uthr coinInB two Newell, pedlgro) a WayncBburg goM size. Caleb 12 p Ky. KY, 123 N. Fourth St. A pair of a roar old well DANVILE, For Sal. matched nonloi broko to ride or drive single or doublo nt W M Adams stable t Motor' Curs 2 - t A ct. 13 3. . For Sale. 100 bushels white seed jonts J. M. Cormack, Turncrsvlllo. 1 ll'i-'Jp- Eitaalrc Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. Coal! K n tle ash. uy Fox Ridge Coal, the makes heat No clinkers and very i using l.fiOO pound Perchcon ntircs ifor heavy hauling nnd farm work, and I hey say they are better than mules, jbecaus,, thoy can do moro work nnd PExrssfrwiraiinsTOv'SJwa i "do It quicker, will do cverr kind of 'sorvlro which th0 mule Is capable and Jn addition, many Jobs tho mulo can not handle. The Percheons have action nr.. very good nnd showy, aro true patient, pullcrj nnd crossed with 'n good lack rnl9 mule colts annually worth $100 or mom and vnluablo alter possible Injury. I.utej, Jonefi & Cress sold a of hogs In Cincinnati last week at 7 cents. Wo hav0 JuBt received two care of , Pioneer and Adrian wire fence, In ten different kinds, call and be con kind that burns and unced Ob to what you want. Pence car-loa- d 8- -t mules, 3 head 3 year For Palo. old, ono 4 year old, one 3 yoar old. 12-J. J. F pears, Morcland. Farmers aro plowing now. For all kinds of harness trace chains bacK ' bands etc . sco J. C. McClary. Vanv of the nrogrcsMlvo farmers Innri breeders In Ontrnl Kentucky are 3 The Infant or Mrs. Ezra Singleton U suffering with ctoup nt this writing The little daughter it J. J. Weiren 1. slrk with whooping cough. Mr. James Oooch, ot Stanford, was In this vicinity last week Inspecting timber. Mien Opha Warren vl'dtcd her slst-- r Mrs Rebecca Nelon last wek. Mr vMlntcn Gooch, of Crnb Orchard, Is clerking In th0 ban nt this pbro. Mr J I. Warren who Is employed In Iho ynrds nt Dnnvllle. spent last week with his family nt thli place Doctor oA'ner Camden Is suffering with his throat rt this writing. Mr .1 W. Wheoldon Is In P.invill,, this week. Hov. Qodbey llllrd his regular appointment at tho M. K. church Sunday 1 ber, i)csldi many thousand spoke, s billets, shingles, latin etc., and of crom ties, telephone poli'j, nnd rodar posts. Farm Is In good state of cultivation. I'Vrtlk- limestone soil adapted to corn nnd tobacco. Coailderablo blue grass en tho pasture lands, IS acres In 500 bearing apple trees. Uood dwelling moderate barn, Many outbuildings such as cellar, meat, nous", wood houso, gralnory, buggy house, cattlnbarn, corn cribs, black smith ..hop, storehouse nith Block ol merrhandlc and G tensnt houses. Well of good water In yard, stonm of never falling water runs through tho farri, two everlasting springs ol ono mineral spring ol lino whlto sulphur water IJIMrlct .chool house on the lands, churches and postolflce near by Two or three good farms can b" cleared from the timber lands Good hog and sheep range. Uood neigh borhood. Ilest title I'rlco low lor quick sale. For further Information address the tho'i-wind- Coutilnlng S8 acres. 160 In cultivation, ka'ance In flno timber consisting of oak, poplar, hickory, walnut et- -, estimated to cut a million feet of lum- ST o". AM jjfllj Nollce! Poultry Raisers riratfc Chatera. Gaacs. Lfnbcruec!.. Run). . ia yu I. Ml-4- 4 r . -. 11 . Kik. lHL ' .. . ..Ib rr ! ' . . i. 1 1 tfer.A: ...... r rt ..i.... Mkr rn4iKtHir..Wt -- TffiBP A YT Jk n fl A. . ". H.g. W lini.fcliiiilS.tliiJiii-l.Hrfl ..... JMI1, WKW.WB, TlttLirt.. .' fy U.M.On.ik. ... Dim .1 II ll liwi( T'l .!- 1 II 7 : jil Gujr:tttJ by J. Kebt. Ctost. lUrditimii, Kj. "'" i". ""TTn. lliitl.lmliwoilM'.f,,' rrlccSCc " still ttcSfeti. PENNY'8 noLii nv DRUG 8TORE. LOOK AT BUR - DISC HMD J. A. WINFREY. Dunnvllle, PURE BRED POULTRY. Ky ', SPEEDY RELIEF j lit- Uros. 11-t.- f, jj. Baughman at & d, Company. You will find this coal More-lan- Ky., at JONES BAUGHMAN & COMPANY, Coal Vnrd. M For Sale. Double Standard Polled Durham Short Horn Dulls, model farms and choice breeding. 200 bush-- . 600 bales els reclcand seed oats. timothy hay. A. W. Carpenter, More- land. iv uutiivr i,i hnrnoaa jjj linn la nnn nnmtilnt imv i nin v iJilijiUJira. wwi rlow collar for 7 cent IC W. "f ha dan acute attack of Rrlght's IB Olsease with Inflammation of the kid neys and bladder, and dlzilnPM." savs Mrs. Corn Thorp, Jackson, Mich. "A S. C. White 'Leghorn! Diamond bottle of Foley's Kidney Remedy over itraln year 'round layers of lai(je, come the attack, reduced the 'nflnm $1 per setting. motion, loook away the pain and mud. white egg A. C. Alford Stanford, K I wish the bladder action normal. veryon could know of this wonderful remedy." Shugnrs and lanncr. Pure Crecert 3. C. White Leghorns. . Eggs for setting. Miss Lizzie Davison, f A Mil prohibiting tho manufacture Phone 15. nnd sale of cigarettes has been pulsed by the lower house ot the Utah Pure bred' Black Mlnorcas Eggs it per scttlng Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. The expenses o ttbe gorprnment In fighting forest flrea last fall were Choice White Wyandotte coakerels. I1.050.0UO. Kf,V 11.50 for 15. Mrs. J N. Cash. FROM TROUBLE, KIDNEY (1 lIllllllHBRil) For Sale By Reliable Breeders Line Cards In this column SI Cau for Season ) i SMOOTHING i HARROWS W. H. t CINCINNATI MARKETS . l I1 We Cordially Invite You ToS ell Your Tobacco I Over Our Breaks We sold last week over half million pounds in five days and have sold since January 1st over a million pounds. As iusual we topped the market on highest price, $23.25 and the best individual average on entire crop 10,000 pounds With seven active, competitive buyers, repat $15.50. resenting the largest factories in this and foreign countries, jpakes Danville as good a market as any in the burley diWith the best lighted house in Kentucky, with a strict. 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, the story why we can serve your interest just a little better Don't forget the name. than the other fellow. '. THOROUGHBRED S. C, R. I, REDS Keb. 27 Cattlu U- Cincinnati 8. WIghain of Moreland. has Eggt fcr sale $1 for IS celi-t218 head. Market steady; fair Imported Cock at Head of Yard.. JWUJiMA' TJWTf.)WBgriyg J VW.Sm liTJHUJK-posted his property against trcBpasi to good snippers J2.2jwGi; common D. M. WALKER, Stanford, 'I'hono 130 of all kinds. 2.f 0O4.00. Ricclpts 1.852 head. Market Hor: tf If vou want hens tttit lay In wlnt(-rstrong; butchers and shippers $7,500' when eggs are hlrb uet the S C 7."5common 7.00ifJ7 75. llult Orpingtons. Kkrh II for 15 W Make your home as modern for your family us a ice, MR. FARMER: Sheep receipts 1 head; steady $2.2 i Klncald, I'honc 1&9, Stanford. 2t Vi.XO. Lambs steady, i4.50u.10. residence, nnd place yourself in a position to get the latent market quotations c BUFF ORPINGTON sti any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service ' As I have cold my home I will sell : ... r Eggs For Sale 15 for $1 ii ..t j li wr num .i.. :w euuu tumparcu i wun personal property on tno form, ono iuui. wuicii you ami your iuukhu in um gci r C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No the benefits received. Call or address our neareU ofiico or write direct to "'" south of Lancaster on tho Htan. .HEROIC ACT OF A Stanford. Ky SIX YEAR OLD CHILD. pl,c- Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special 'Far-.rori- 1 leadquarters, we! oners' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, Saturday March 4ttn19l1 Glasgow, Ky., Feb24 can immediately interest you. Our lines, cover the States of Kentucky, 'consisting of the followingSo wit Tho heroism and courage displayed MifBiraipiu, Louisiana and tho bout hern portion of Indiana auri i Two pair of work mules, la good Tennessee, condition; one extra work mule, throe b lltt)0 six year old Charley RobertEAST TENNESSEE TEL. fe TEL. CO. Illinois. yoars old; one four year old gelding, son, of near Gradyrllle, la Adair coun(INOOBrOSATKDI by Silver Kine; ono three year old ty, this week, to taring to rescuo his (.eUMiiF.; onp two year old filly; one brother from a mad year old colt; ono four year old har little ness mare; one Jennette; one extra ram should win for him a Carnegio Wo aro paying today Tor f,ood milk cow and calf; one stripper tnsdal. . .Jl."5-:.i- J .No, I Hlack skunk cow; one two hoitie wagon; one hay While at play Alton Robertson was No. 1 short fork gets wagon hArness; a frame; two Mink ..... good lot of fannlni; tools ccntlstlng attacked and knocked down by a mad Opossum STANFORD, KENTUCKY of three riding cultivators: two turn- sbeep. Kach time tho child would Coon 40I1.1U ing plows; one steel roller; one steel rise to his feet theheep would butt IUU etc ORGANIZED IN 1882. 0 section lirrow; ono cutting disk; one him down. Ills little six year STOCK, $50,000. CAPITAL old two horse corn planter; double shovel SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. plows; digger; cross cut saw; brother noticing the battle ran to HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 ono grind stone; hoes; one horse drill; rescue and stabbed the sheep withhis one a .y (combines Absolute aaieiy wun oaiuiacrory ocrvice. Modem rr-(ne pood Deering mowing machine aau Iiarlow. The anlmai made a mad rush take About 75 barrels of corn; 2 for the little boy, We Solicit Yoar Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. knocklna him down stackM of hny. Som0 household and PHONE 153. Mb screams attracted the attention kitchen furniture. OFFICERS. DIRECTOnS. Toms mmlo known on day of salo. of J2 year old brother a considerable Sale beginB at 10 o'clock a..s. distance away, who secured an ax. P Reid, . II. Daughmin. thicker President. J. F. HOLTZCLAW. and after dealing the animal several M D F.Iniore. M Petlui. J A. M. Bourne, auct. Umcaater, Ky. Etunuing '. T. flarrU VicPi-id- ti blows orer the head and II. C. Oanhraao, J. P.Ctmrarot, II V. liuuglimnn, Cashier, severed tho bead from tho body, Alton S T. lltrrit, no. C. Robiasnn Mayor W O. Head has withdrawn W W Sauoders. Ind. DookKeepur W IT Mni-nhI; from the race for the nomination for vrai carried home seemingly dead, but J I! M..rrls. Bookk-ep- er jJ Governor of Kentucky nnd pledges bis afte heroic work by physicians be 28 ft R.CJM- -. tupport to the one who may be nomi child wus revived! and if not internally nated. Injured will recover. The Utllo hero wirs painfully but not serioasly hurt. ! ? . 11-- 1 . Stanlord. Higgins. JXtC STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Ui'AL TELEPHONES. i . PUBLIC SALC! I lrv-Z- Sy nrf i VI X-- bmut&jt Qda& JZL UZL.tLiit: fojf23! jlT? Ai R.nt tjko fy, cfAjL. -. We Want IHKPJL.J'XU (pSHm HJr ml i eight-year-ol- d Produce 75-i;- r. 10-5- 7 Am fir"fi'f -- FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CjKlWKSS mljkjT'." . wi.. ffnr&jfifc, .- t?&mi 6tT- -j .- AtAL. .IHU. JK.f 1A tuL-r-we txv bo. H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. L. L. X& " 9L tiLT?- ""&"? 4eJ7ZL'? - Sanders, Crab Orchard v If-l- .r c Sell ft no mo OH Your Tobacco At The People's Tobacco Warehouse A3 Wi ,i Lt-- "I write la (ell JBu Iho Kwu fiowa iiiui CuTuiii ILlS liflnprl mp un murli . . ..."".. IS 1USI J1U 1 U11UK It vortb its wcifht.iiifroUJ." writes Airs. Wftryau Marshall, of Wocfdifock, Oa. "I do bone qnd trust that ladies wlio arc suficr- iog as did, will take Cardui, fcr U has been a God's bkst!ii! to me, and will certainly IkIp evory lady who jb suffering." ffl S3 Si '.r ":: m Mr. IS The kouse that sold a million and a half pounds in January, The house that seld the highest priced basket of tobacco at Danville. The house with tko largest and best (skylights, being double the ordinary size. seld a crop lot at the highest average. ean shelter l4fe leaded 1 The house The house fck&t fcfcat i EM rk'lM m ut wag. The keuSe Art can furnish 1 W warm, cemferteWe etalkt. The heece with the largest capaolty m the city. - The Woman's JTonte and legs, dragglng-dow- n feelings, etc., or if you feel tired, weary, worn-oand generally miserable Cardui will help you. It has helped fnousands of other weak, sick ladies and if you will only give it a trial, you will be ' thankful ever after. No matter ff yoif sirffcr from headache, backache pains In arms, shoulders , "nn Perryville Street. The Peoples Tibacco Warehouse, One block from Q& C. depot. DsuvMe Ky. East Tennessee Phone 50, also the Bastin Phene. 9?oikalAftHaaaMiftsUUlMblJBMhMAWI0l SM Danville Tobacco Warehouse, INCORPORATED. M Walnut Street, Danville, Ky. Free Insurance, Free Stables, No Charge for Rejection s (DDZMBXIuQHDQDIicy I1I1TI-H1JH- H izturnmiumm t !.'.