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The Stanford interior journal: March 3, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911030301_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: March 3, 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. Y NTERIOR VSLUME XXXVIII. NO. 17. OURNAL. II A YEAR STRICTLY Wr 3 STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH 3rd, 1911 IN ADVANCE f' I w kl i '- -I I i .1 ft- - P! to Jim iiiiiik Aiturii oi color (lieu Thursday night Inm from tho effects UAn l(C. 1TARF AU injillUi of n lick on the bend stmck by Waller Anderson colored a few days before. ON STINGY CREEK THE GRAND JURY J. I.. JnrrU Mid a nlco combine J WEDS BEAUTIFUL GIRL L). T, Alooro nnd son have rented BIG MORELAND FIRE FOR MISSIONS AT BAPTIS ' nuns (o 0. II. Florence for U0. Ihe blncktmlth shop of M II Vocum CHURCH NEXT WEEK. nt Geneva and opened up n first-clas- s For Sale 160 ihtvkj of fodder and shop RETURNED IN COCK kinds of wngon SEVERAL CANINES BITTEN BY i inu goo,! , holler. NORTH WIND WAS ALL THAT 16 II. C Anderson. Interpst f A CASE OF LOVE AT FIRST 8IOHT work h'legy for all They A week of nrnvar In th work and aro also ex . CASES 11,660 DAMAOE VER Kor Sale Pair of now stock scales Ill li nti.ArvAil a, tin lla. . itlaaln.ia SAVED TOWN FROM BEING RABID ANIMAL BAD ROADS OTHER NEW NEW8 FROM pert horse shocra and all work Is DlCT OTHER COURT tlst church in Stanford, Ky., beglnnln chtnp, Apply to Greeley Lutes. 15-IN EAST END. WIPED OUT. THE WEST END. fully guaranteed. Monday evening March 6th and cot NEWS. I want to quit farming nt onco und Kor Bale Thoroushbred Duroc Jer tinning until Thursday evening. The ' 1 will sell my splendid 200 ncro farm per boar extra (food one. Ilcndy Morct.irul March 2. llimtonvllle, Ky., March 2. meetings will bn held under tho am-- , Prcachcrsvlllo March2 new with Tho grano jury reported on Tuesday. f?r enrlce. Apply to 1L II. Dronaugh, Ihe citizens of Moreland wero awnk pices of of tho Ladles' Missionary 8c Tuesday's Lexington Herald had metal elegantand metal roof residence A dog supposed to have been mad tobacco "-roof ,w' 0r,b?rd,JJ ad wag finally discharged from aer " cloty A splendid program been this story of ft wedding which Is of For Bale. 400 bushels whlto seed ened by tho cry of flru, tho ringing of nrrnnged for each evening. hasEvery- - grMt Interest here and In Lincoln and stock burns nt a price very tow. W6ttl on a rampage on 8tlngy Creek Mce at thli term of courL Aboout MoaUi j M Cormack) TurncriiTlUe. hells and th shrloklng of railroad en- body Located In Green river valley near cordially Invited to nnd county. last week and bit some dogs gelong luaicunems noro oruugni in gnmiui; i;.jp gines, last Sunday night between 12 enjoy these services. Thoattend following! Howard CamnlU, box artist on Bar. J Karlestoti close to church and school Ing to Joslnt- derson, Thos. Nay. and In fine community For price and Parmcra are plowing now. For all and 1 o'clock out ot the Investigation chicken fight-l- a turning out It Is the full program for Monday nnd'ney Urnyfuas' After Pittsburg National terMs to suit any body write Dox 182, lor and otfi xlcr attacking some klnda of harnen trace cbatni back n found Uiat a large tobacco barn U.ewnfieV?r!DB- - ,A this county Ky quick J. W. fr? ouahorn's tho canine every mm,ottF League team ww married Monday to Hustnnvlllc, Mansfield of Lexington Is hog at Wrt It U nald that sevoral who wore bandi etc., aee 4, C. McClarr. known as the Dalton barn, was in Mrs. F. O. iMIsa Mary Lawrence Claxton of Louis pa'ts unknown. A farmer merely spectator at one of the fights We hay. Just received two Isltlng and relatives here left for of flames. The barn contained about missions vllle, by Mr. J. W. Torter at his rest- - ths wevk. friends Monday Evening 7:30 o. m. from lower Garrard tells us of quite In no way connected the "olnb" rioseer and Adrian win and In 8,000 pounds ot tobacco belonging to Opening hjmn by congregation, "AH denoe on West Main atreeL scaro thete some day since and sorer which la alleged to have been organiz- ten different kinds, call i .on- Ferrill Si Jennings five or six hundred hall Th, Power of Jesus Name The marriage took place at 7 o'clock doge had to be killed. Hcrlpture reading and Drayer by the ed to promote the "aport" will right vtneed a to what you wuL" "fence pounds of wool belonging to Dowen Livfts 45 Cetts.ajfwk nl Boys In this section have grown to Monday evening. Mr. Carnnltx came Pres , Mr. J. C. McClary. holding Dro. thf. Indictment in th court (lover, a pair ot of Fairbanks scaje. A iupT by Mrs. B. I. RelnharL bero from III home In Hustonvllte, manhood since the pike in ths secthat they have In no way violated' the For Bale. Double Standard Foiled valued at 12 The roof was falling "The need ot Mission Work In Our Kentucky, yesterday Afternoon with BOBBITT HAS HIGH COST OF LIV-I- tion were ditched In a proper maaaer. statute and wero not legally liable Durham fibert Horn Hulls, model In when the fire was discovered. The Association." bride-to-bhi sisters Mrs. Walter Which BEATEN TO A FRAZZLE. to MdlCtSMtflt. The center of the road-bed- , A nolo by Mm. IL L. Davison "What bla and choice breeding. 300 bush barn and contents were entirety desVan Arsdalti and Mis Edna Caranlts Shall the Harvest He." should at all times be a alee Ua Tuedy Judge Walkrr gave farms " el recleasd teed oata. MO bale troyed. The flamce spread to the Crab Orchard, Ky Fe it. A tract "How to Give" Mrs. B. M. hi brother Harry, and Dr. O. 8. Wil crown, is now, In many places More-lanBaufley. barn adjoining on the lot ot Mr. To the people of Lincoln county-M- uch the lowest part ot the road, and water They register liams of Huatonvtlle. Nki for the dlsraUnat ofby tho f ad- tUaothy hay. A. W. Carpenter, A tract "So Many Calls" Mrs. W.I This barn contained some hay haa been said about high coit of Its own sweet will running whereed at the Phoenix Hotel and were the daraage ault brought M. wearen line I now complete of living. For several months I have soever It llsteth. A nice coating ot Hymn by the congregation, "Labor, taken soon ntterward In an neyseldi a My harnesscollar for 7S cents. J. C. about three doxen chickens and some ministrator ot Caae B. good plow tool belonging to Mr. Hopkins. Mrs. bite to Dr. Porter' home for cere lived exceedingly well on forty five mud, about the consistency of batter .agMlnit the Cincinnati Sou In era rail-rea- .II.VI.II. I lrl-mIlnmli'. Im alan ilMtmrnH a paper now to interest Every mony, returning downtown In time to cents a week: 16 cent worth ot " W. 8. Wlgham of Horeland, haa makes any kind ot travel something; I roof of Mr. Southerland a house I'irutuui 'i uur siijri;u u fiuitoni. or ham, 10 cent worth ot meal, fine Just atter a rain. A blind man m. eo "Bright Eyai" nt th8 Lexington in.. A Jury awarded General IL Floyd . VIMW Ua uivinit Hftwunt V4vfrwsi The Mrs. P. W. Whlpp. 10 cent worth ot coffee, ten cents caunl w "" An full of care 11 CO damaege. against Crit and CHr ...., J. M. CrnU sold to L. K. Perkins, to be saved. Mr. Hill Jennings reel- - Her. J.address on state mictions br.Open, House. waa dressed last night worth ot buttermilk. The most fastid- with his think boxover our roada and . D. Jones. n MU Claxton m.. and worry, might rid . "Wre.'l cents. J. II ,I dene and also his buggy house yuering. iltl , dari. biua MlliL ahe and Mr. ious epicure does not line with better make a count ot those chug hotoa i.imruui m... ,HU .ii. ...i .lf . I JMi.n,H 36 120 nound- hoa-- - at 7 r ! Jennlgs' was kept Theyinjf;biynre8at'0n "ThroW which dlsoerse care, worry. Jolt your on and badly maltroited the rlalnliti. Thompson "bought 21 shoal, froia T. caught fire and Mr. iCamnlU have known each other for than this uuy i ..um i If the people want to know some ',,. - - dow and lf tb..e ,. anything' .u6 . Benediction. ten ypura or more and their marriage Altor- - W. Napier at 8 cents. H. J. McAlls-.ver- y homo near Wrnesbur at Tus,jay Evenlna 7:30 d. m. Is the rlDenlne of a friendship formed.. thing about good Uylnghad roods soM, ,h mnkA nn which annroxi. ney Courgo D. Florence prosecuted ter bought n cow of George n. Col completely destroyed, Opening hymn by congregation ... .. . 'oU to C0. Thompson & Ballard The coul oil wagon of tb0 Standard 'Prulm lllm" . ,i.. .J.. -- r . in 'nrhnnin. sorrv school- books, - noort maiea iiruiaun, .u. -- mn. uvuw (. for him the iua I nun-ha- s ho'l)UKht some fat cows from Durton.OII Company's which was several TnB brl,,e L Itleaa of th, Inefficient teachers, the offspring or her0 WJil get few itreak ot deep Will Mcrshon the youngsfor Dtivotlnnnl by Iter. J, B Jones school books, ana nign Mulllua nt 4 M cents. J. T. Oaks.dred yards away, but being in line Hymn by the congregation "Banner Catnnitz family, and often visited lx''B,,guuhureous blue! Then our bridges co' ion In bad on a n.niiU.tr i.f ., , gelding to J. IU the sparks caught .fire and bum-dew- of tho. Cross." a nice to be. hufcband'a sisters in Hustonvllle. Tho . aviators and automobiles, let them all Bra .p Mondar and ha. tney ou-- ht ruarr..,, waa tried. Violin solo by Miss Berta Jean Pen- bg pj,Uburg twirler arrived In Hu's- - especially Uncle Jim Moser nnd W. 3wne, of Lancaster, for 1175. d the top off causing great excite-untnu yetterdttr, whiie two little chll wit to tb House of Itet liaa J M. Kerr purchased about 75 barrels economy as the tank was full or oil. The An cro88jng tbo bridge over f. dron It II years of age. It addreii on foreign missions tcnvillo about two days ago from New j Carter, uhoBO wealth and nd being from the north nlono sav work by Dr. Cecil V. Cook, pastor York City, where only n Bhort time .are examples by which witnesses on Drnke.tf rjreok, the horse which they cs- - or com at trib from W. P. Crimea Ufat Institution before be, torace, and hai gotten lntbutcon- - at IJ.60. David Stephens sold a lot d the main body of the town from of the Danville Baptist church. I bufore he had affixed his signature to .1 the stand illustrate their testimony, woro drlTlng geared and backed olt caftd 'of eorn to WIIIU at Crab Orchard nt greater1 lobs. The loss on the contract with the band of Pirates crowd the court house county court overtttweivo foot abutment which was Offering' Ml" Marsarct HPPer' Mjrabf dvllraent stace. thet took up the 130.000 ,250 lln M iwrenc0 BOid joo house woa about 2,000 with only n few Hymn by the congregation "Bring- Miss Claxton was already In Huston- - day In April. TIs not. high taxes not banIgtercdf but by a miraculous dMfcte Mlt of.Bsle K. Kngleman hundred dollar Insurance, Ing in the Sheaves." 'vlllo and tho party of live camo on to or roat running or high flying that has provdence tho little ones escaped un- t N- I ndwhrtstratar-ngalnsthe iB!" t.V1.r...J .. .. .made Ceorge Carter well nigh a rail- - ,nJured lf iimba were broken or the "- i4 Lexington yesterday. u irw'u in v a vnv: 'm, nv AmoM and famllv, of Dan. Bone4lcUon.l t'argnia has not bjeo com--, Ttley w,1Meave this morning at 9:30 Honulro but energy, industry nnd liU rSJ-ajVllle spenl Sunday with relatives uere ,DBnocenU bad been o 87 acres ot land on Crab Orhcard of ,h en- .. .. l. c. . j pie a raiie . ami n t " l "" XI .r. T x Klnp - Twnf Hun. . out M not Uncojn COUnty o'ciock ovethe Q tc C. tor Huston-- , oconomy. George don't want to aau omBiuru j irom una be- Cii-- 0 Fails with horoefolks Bcv. r M. Walker will speak Wedne vllle to rctaaln about two days. when(ter into a division with Rockefeller Orchard, Ky., Apply to W. T. Garner. bo mdo defendant m a legal suItT of Mr- - CamnlU and bis wifo will go to. cause he can neither cat nor drink. mvjd 8pooBam0re, of HedgevUle, "to. Jonai lallefl to nil nJs appomi- day evening and Rev. O. P. Bush Stanford, It. F. D. No. 1, ' 8unday afternoon on account th Lancaster Baptist church will TouJavllIc Kext Monday they will stocks and bonds nor railroad cars. register- - nen t of Gea 0, Spoonamoro 8URLEY TOBACCO UNION NOW DE James Woods bought a lino FONTAINE FOX BOBBITT Illness of his father. nart. snrtn.' where the I m" and wife. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones. Jersey cow rrora Mclntyre of Mil- - ot oi" CLARES IT OFF. " BUUjrVl UI lT, U. Mr, ro- preached an Interest- - CTUIHK will "be "Christ Appeal to the husband will meet hi teammates and I i Walker lersburg last week for ?100. 'ot Stanford, with thelr guesU, Ky.; MRS, LUCY MA9TIN DEA0, rmon Bunday to an appreciative Heroic." Dr. Dickey's address will bit loo,, tho kinks in his arm for tho lBnd Mrg Normah. erf Waltofl. out the Uur- - tT Bale. Thrce year old gray Jack ,n The nveveaaent to cut "China in Transition." and wire. 1W flCaeon ley tobacco crop for 111 Inaugurated win breed good site. For particular audience. Mr. Lucy Ma.tin wife of J. C Ma - 'ero rUIUng J, M. Cre.s I Hurley Tobacco Union U dead About ten ears ago Camnltz w6n i n died at her home on Hanging Fork Mrs. William Henderson, of Patnt Hubbley' Tne Children' Missionary Society Jaa. McKechnle. byth. Sate-Keepiafter Cnurch BCt l ,h" M ig .fame a a college pitcher while at Cen, Tuesday of tuberculosis . and bur- -' jjgj, and wiss Minerva Cox, of ualM the feurley TeUcco IVcloCjr iaeaatet 'Phone J84- -8 171. ,. tiJ-i,- . j"iwl',JrfvTriiffalo?n1'eferJ.rarterv' ory interesting rneot-,Yservices M,l,r. VflrH KUITOIO In which Joseph IrvInndldaVery'llnfl'lwo-'noon- . anri Mr. now decUuMfr the cut-ou- t I . o IVIL iI" Vint -iWM. UUt.CAB.L.. I 4V& ti... ready to lend year-ol- lBX- the union sUnda Tave's Jack to Mr, Thompson, of InJohn William.. The MU.es HolUcl.w THREE NEGROES ORDERED TAKent to Greenville, Ml.Hs.lppl. and Mr Dlm Dinwiddle, of Huslonvllle. burg reached out for him in the fall in IU utmost aid to the cause. ThU ciact, last Friday for 11.000 asd nt niihert' Creek, were witn Airs. hiiHr.n in mnnm EN TO LEXINQTON BY JUDGE ir. WALKER. anaouncemest saade bought a very One mule in Southern hA tMn v,,UnB nl ,ute' Mri- - Car' was an offle-of 108 and sent him to Springfield I Mr.. MasUn wa8 born June 30 1862 ummft HolUclaw. John Bell and wife ponter. Illinois, the next spring where Cam- - nn Jln.?aJi?,J nnnian cnurcn in ner- ol QoeUcn YBited John Nayior, J. k. TuMdar br Uu Biecutlv Committee icentufkr. nanviiu Arivat. Sheriff W.L. McCarty returned from early She was the dauchof the Burls'y Union after an execu nlU practically won a pennent for the ,ef chldhood. nounCB of Harrison Marchbank. of Paint Uck. visited John Indianapolis on Wednesday with Bud Leocard - Sucker State Capital City team. behind closed door la Hawkins, the third negro highwaytire session cointy, and was married to J. C. Mas- - Hester. John Anderson or Crab urcc EIKett-HaA- ble , visited J. L. Anderson and O. A. m.in. who robbed and assaulted the lie wae recalled but sent to Toledo, tin loth March 1880 and to their union , lAxlngton. The meeting of the ComJ.!M.!S,S!? Ohio, the next year. In 1907 the P. were born nine children. J?if" mittee at this time was brought about Brown. Miss Jennie Rogers of Cedar PTiu.nrr Grade. KaUiorbta Bruce, Creek, was a guest of Misa Katnenne tnrouth the report of "night riding' Ixsll lUfley, Viola Elmore, Adelaide A PROMINENT YOUNQ COUPLE ed negro and looks Jmt the man to l nwuager considered him ripe for COMMISSIONER'S SALE) WED HERE THI8 WEEK. s.nr4 ttialanu1 nittril mm Atl 111 A major league duty and ho was made n dn such a Job. Motviu. Misses Mary Anderson and France. iTate Carrie He was presented In court Thurs- Pirate. Slncn that time he enw of forcing a cut.L and the Gertrud0 Adams visited Miss Lincoln Circuit Court. Grade I Gladys Arnold, Addison A beautiful little wedding took place f'ore. JH"5. mfrabers of tb committee btlng un Bell, Henry Baughraau, . .y.Tra'". f.r ha. pre)eJ recklessly on National rennte P. Carpenter. Plaintiff vs Dor l NaT lor. James Baugh- - at the Methodist parsonage In Stan- , Il1llt that fttv Yfcilii- P- Irt tho nACs Mr. an(1 Mrs. J. J. Thompson gave a wahed arraignment and waa ordered Ljaue Dfttt6M and two year K WM A- - CarPnter. Defendant. Tood name of the sUte shouW wtn' t'towoo1 Beaxley. Mnrjorle Dal- - ford Weduesda morning at 9 o'clock taken to Lexington for safekeeping, the hensation of the parent circuit. Lp'lBt.ll1,iS!ni.r?.deff5w delightful dining last week. The and heaunder'Ign,ed Jonl: lowing were present: Rev. Johnson CamU,U 8 DOt '" g00d "'"'ISr be tatdnt the door of the Burley Un- UelgVade, Moatena !Ly family. Iah aaV Aittalnfl ffn Ukt r4rflt fh Witm Erie Jenkins, Guy Bmlth. Herman Ham 'Elliott of L".2J,b:tt.P"n.?1.i0'i the tlm.ofthe'World's-SerlewithHntMion- er .C.." will on ond wife. Rev. Sprinkles and young W,U won a charming Lincoln County tltu'de of the union and to practically WJttw men will come up th June term of ftttoH, nnd lost a great deal of favor county MONDAY. MARCH 13th. P. M.; Rev. J. K. Roberts, Logan jnoiupaouII Vic Gose Smith. Margaret lady. Mis Cordelia Hubble, formerly court day at 1 o clock. f,miw. Mr. and Mr. M. O. Kenrepudiate, a authorlred, the action ot Grade court. Deputy 8heriff W. 8. Embrvltue ho "cnme back" and Barney Drey-an?. r"nt. ."?L nwj " n .rhnnn and wife.- P. F. red-hf,i tautoT' wh0 lcame thc hPIy Jailer Dink Farmer took thenj'russ was glad to get him this year. iHianiora, .Lthe .."".t.puuuc uuitry io I;: meeting of grower, held Ihe -. ivy., sen ai away. .vw.u.. " I.k kl.k.., .nH km, klilHar tho follow " 30, declared "" J. . .nH .vlfn. MesdamCS J. W. ; .,.,. . WU, w,thlut lb. Bur- This union wns the climax of long.i n Mr. Elliott took the after Stout with or j....ik.j .i i ui..u KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL, land devoted love t first alght affair. certa,rparc Ky.,Aker anU "8I noon train for Montana. Mr. Elliott . land m Karri. l BaclkiT Cora Bryant and leave . in a rew day for . .?. .. ., t4 III Elalsi Oeastey. France - home for the past thirteen year, bat Health Is Worth Savloa and Sonie :xnA'n .h--lf of J. M. in r.mnltr P.ear tn?. wi n.r Dut it sauarely un to ne BST" M,T SUnford People Knew How f i.ZZJiXtTm inr .h.r. ihe eomln. who kow" JllBl k W,k" ubUeVurSocletj U determine wheth r ,tim tiiMni Becuoa hu nn tnii eoiir nr i An ..H.rA i. a. im n nui ifcKiii To . work with orooerty of W. ... . -- . d. .v w M. rum- -- .hii ha ruimit. b,e Morrlfc Jackson. Sophie Saunders, where to find a pretty woman. Their- Many Stanford Save It. take their 'sons estrenuous he hopea to the Plratn . again lead A c, pennant who peeple r" many friends wish them Joy intorand an aIIcr on tb WMt oe.n in been sick of grippe, sir. .. ihr- ...... -- . .- - Stella Walker. haa by negating the procession. lives la their hands ter dUrriTt Anden. Mary n.Ungled with prosperity In their We., their kldnoya when they know these! llrward Caamlta ot our. city hating by Depot street said property lt knownrmln Nayior haa been sick, but is IJ-H-Tn2 the property. 'John w -- peed .help. eir hldfters areagahr slgnedTa Titfsbnrg Contract , TermsThe said sale will be made better of the society, at ,U qutrterly meetrport next Monday at IWest cn B Ctc4H or six months, and responsible tor a vast amount of 'i "- -,; '. , told "" ' J v" Me9T" tor la Ixf8toaatt-n,ne!ayrwi- H arduous V for f.rlng and 111 health, but there Is no Baden. Ind.. to tr-l"lT,n rchMler wjl be required to givrl . Hchel Hill. Clem Hill. Rubv from " h. f Ulgsby, na movea need to suffer nor to remain In dan- - dittleK the coming season. His hand- bond for the purchase price, approved here to John T. Kiif's Hilton. Virgil Moore, John Rnld ger when all disease and aches and some bride will accompany our famous by the comjainBioner and payable to Urodhead. where he purchased; a farm Itw country are that farmer or0 al Heath Severauce. Annette palna duo to weak kldneyu can bo Kentucky hero, around the circuit to h,m baring six per cent, intere.it of 149 acres for $3,200. ready making plans to raise tho cu- - ' Most of the tobacco In this section Quickly nad permanently cured by the nld him with her presence, that he frum daU of Bfte with jen reUlned ,! Tne at the Methodist chure'i ternary crop and It U probable that Champion cn lh property sold, and the said - nuy end season Doan' Kldne The -w of about aiuuiu, Jtauti iwnCraig. Lena Morris hns7 been Mid on average Bradley Mc5 use of sUtement leavesPill.ground fo- pitcher ofthAmerica. as the Tnero were closed Sunday night. there will be no restraint na the pro Brui-lowing no for honu- favlrig the force and effect of a Davis, to cents. Mr. and Mrs. Anna V. doubt. li The Hustonvllle Hop Club gave a judemenL duction of Barley tobaeco this year. This Feb'y 36th, 1I1 oulte a number of profess'oas, and Nancy K McKtnnny, Ada Mobley, An- - Mullln and Mr. C Q. Caldwell spent Mm. II. Walter, Hill St.. Lancaseef. "out dellghtrul hop and supper In the UKO floRENCF., M. C. L. C. C. were restored while the At the meetlsg la Lexington six nf Ky y.: I" never fall to pral Newtonian Hotel Friday night or Int. na It. Ponull, nolle Itussell, Clarence Sunday with Mr. Wick Caldwell. tb nine roembrry ot the Union hio ma" t0 r?3l'X his. Kidney Pill wh-I have tS& week. The orchestra from nanvllle ECZEMA CURE A BEAUTY WASH - iVxin's Col. Gooch cd the Q & C. spent Sunrighteous-excellecutlvo commute were present. PresI "'eton. atsy opportunity, as they are certainly nil firnlshed the music for the occasion. Although D. D. D. Prescription has tlon aid sock the paths or Uradp Grimes. Nellie Hill day with bis sister. Mn. Mattle TruH-Vl- c Amonr the chaperones tor the Car- - heen reC0gnlzed tor yenri as the one hCm. The InHuence for good Is remedy. I have not bem Juno W, Oayle was absent, nnd dul Mrs Luclnda 8m!th has been ...... nn.i ik ....mumiinr mm. a .uDnli- - in the house fdr nhnl of Musical Romances given In .m,itr rnr Kczema. Psoriasis, and all I'rMldenl Mlddleton acted as Jran Taxton. Jesse Hocker, Clinton ly.--- v. -Henly Hartwell. King ber daughter Mr. J. 8. Lee. 'yeaw. Whenever my back becomes lJJulsvllle lnt week our city had the ' otnnr forms of skin diseases. It Is now -. Caih fc v In the Coleman. vw ih " firt Urn. - ,.-,..c - ho""r nf hlnF mn,t w? rpreented tr,own that thrr Is no othof Wuau d- -. fcricR.. ." Mrs. Claude Hester 1 visiting In tu laaie nnd painful, aA,few ,1mA T imjoib uhu Mn Allar - IlV Aim. lllll Mnniainc IOr WIUCIl . OUT even thoce uhed hy the beauty spe- - lure, tlitoiy of the union the meetln wai Shanks .... . f.n.. " . ... , . ni. ..r41. .O..V. .fc VtlU IIMC . .Mi". ..f.l n.t..t (taA. .A.l .t.m . i.. L. .v.uvt Cnv mis ween.-m- rs. .. . 11. i nopulaUon nre ery graterul im tH, lhat , had ,erou8 kdn commit- " can "Compare "with this ' tlst church woa well attended, the that troubl?. entlre secret. The member of the gaturday night and Sunday with her ibe afdney awretten. were unnnturai Powell nnd Depps sold J. C. Harper mild liquid tor cleansing the skin of houge wa nllcd to OVern0wlng. Rev - "wn, Kate Harding. Kiln Kichenber ie retired to n room at the court' . . Ware. JamM TrlhhJe. of of Sale'bliry, N. C last week one nlmiilcd. blackheads, rash, asd all aim- i.nrl In Blanfnrrt Mr nnd Mr. W.'nnd a.iv iinmltnVatile evldi-ntemperance at i:w o ciock ana oiq noi re- - Mr. i Johnson is a wide awake by Dareall n.ee liar Rkln atrxtlons. Hheoherd- Cook. , h... mv rrm n.h.n.r.dlsorderfd kidneys. Ath that itime It one by Ulerlti' gelding wears-oi, & nom " '19. m, :r Davj. .. . Dare ntmar notu nearly ociocx. m.i in,n... For thh reason alone a bottle of, worker ard In this lecture presented ivn. fro ,700. Wc Creek to their horre on Buck Creek- .- Kdney' fllls and , beBan thelr UBe lcr Craig, Annie D. D. D. should h kept on hand In facts nnd figures. Rev. Johnson and Interested group who .. had gathered Hobortj. Mary Mooro ernu itlsn Alma haH been the cufbl of in n .h.,ri iim mv tun... wr . .. On account of rural route No. 1 be- - oery household. A trial bottle 35c Raner. -to visit his fath- nnnr wprH lunii liiiuuuj ill . . . .... . .v .... .. ....w lUout in nnrl Tinilli. will show you the merits of this groat i M,fu ,eft for wtim0re liiv nvw atnnrllrn fllafnn-" Mis Esther Caldwell. Mr. Bill Skid fiorw io normal toiiaiiiim. out M"me Singleton, "t . "T" Silver' Johnson, but will re and the committee's statement read K"nr Mix hv nil (tellers.. Price. ROri. 'n very bad condition . to travel, the lemerty as a complexion wnh. .. ... lrAktinmn lra w . nr.l . ,v" "" Vrfln t.anvhmfttl ITaf rv .mn ... mtA .. - flflrn RmvIi. ...- - tiArlr n,.l.. tllll..... ... - . Tl. .,,.! ,..-X?- V aepurimoDl win soon issuh. nn oraei engage In a ,1seems to D. D. At tb(. end cX the reading, the cause aloud. . iuicr.iinuuiu (ne Unlted Sta,cs. ,, reducing route to standard distance whateverD.the troubleremove bo, cleans-- turn soon to Lincoln and ..c ovru, .iu t. .lr. ,, agcnU for i iiimm". may imir .l cut. it uie Bradley Wilson Carter. Robert Carter revival at Hebron chureh.. ftmnnlgn Chlrwan ' offlco attt A B xuo school here closed on rTiciay. lA In 1utt1l It thnt Harry Rcluhart, Sophomore. mil ueianey a Daoy gin. .Mrs. w. a Rpmember the name Doan's -- nn lu order to carrier rcav reachtnnll, ihb iuo ..Ll 4k4 nn roptoftieu regret tiat Uio committee catch last nuinnlh na rloar that of a healtor' tim0 Hopper. Scnlor.-Iwe- ph Lane spent Tuesday ith Mrs. J. S. taake no other Mis Holtxclaw the teacher has taugnt to discredit the efforts I phlld. hod see It fit Cleve Dunn resigned Monday Lee and family. Llttlo Alva Lee town marshal to accept a position ns Get a 25c bottle today and keep It a good school ana receive.) me sincere tu forco tho society to make some acCINCINNATI MARKETS. jriR daughter of J. S. Lee Is on the sick. commercial ptlgram for n Loulsvlllo In the house approbation ot patrons and pupils a- 4tlHEI tion bnd declared that ho hoped t this week.. Mrs. Ed. Kigncy of Cincinnati Mnrch 2. Cattle I0j- - I'rni. coieman aution nas neon np- - Shugars and Tanner. MAVWOOD. society v.ould be taken at the jkei Hcnrj niankenship. tho only mcivBiur iu n uunu ouu Eucanks, and son have been Waiting (eiitK 813: market suauy, fair lo . , l,up" not m,Mln8 n day lnla ,erm' r8' n. ,i.f ". nnii.n h. " ."" '"V. ,, .'""." dlitrlu board meeting next Tuosday. rnmmAn ,u,...lu" )""."-Mr. ami Mrs. Oeoree Illenev Mr. n,.i .l.i.,..ru ir. or.filR. a n,e book- - Tnls make8 ,hreo mjsh Angle wirrenier n ciasa in eio' V tuo Hon. Jot. Stevens dramatically .." ". Z,..iZ;. . . uuu. .11. " Ml.. Kdlth Watktns arrlve.1 home "' .T." nogs neceipiH cuilun and music win give a recital- Fine Bosiiess Fw Sale uuf cou.mon i:.suw. . terms of school conseculhely which to the committee: Irom Oklnhomn City lost Saturday vlrK" "aaua ol wicuoinavme 3rd In "Vou buvo killed your own child." Accompanied by her Bister Mrs U A havo been visiting her mother at this 2173; market active. 5 cents higher; on Friday oenlng March At McKlflflCy.tnB yodh8ter has attended with not 7.2&7.1Q' ton'B l,or hou,h AU. ,JJe.n' ' on and little son Kenneth. She place. Mrs. Allc0 Lee of Stearns has butchers and shipper n ilnv mtHRAfl. " r l.K nm KT lmalAdai visiting Mrs Nelson for the rolutncd homo ftfter a Mslt to her common I77 40; Sheep Recelrte uujincpi, IIL'SIIing IO BO MIO un .. ,n h!.. been tnvltod to atttend. Adiula. rouowmg property w will sell tne Hada Lea un; market strong, 2.254.15. Ijimbs son free ,.l?0"n.,,-"l..'-?, friends and relatives.-M- isa .? of -- mithe length of !?J2 Do you know that croup can be ppn depot at McKln-ey- . I "Gon but not forgotten" should located opposlte tho Market strong. I4.GO6.40, llmo It take to go to a doctor oftsn pntUCKy with her parent and rein- - nu8 not returned from the city jet Ky. ventedt Give Chamberlain's Court; , uc be Iq.the mind of eery member of One 18 room hotel, proves uunBuruun Mrs. Hill Jteynoias was in uanv!iii ""'"i tlves soon as the child becomes I Kennedy a r,en fo' the 8rlp ' "tnvllle Christian church fop our One livery bam. laVweek Arthur Murpny will leave , An "ltack to keep Chsraberlala'a Cough Remedy, spent hLTefork. between trlwHl Is persistent cough, which to beloved brother Frank Vaughn. He One store-bous-e b Z2 ArUona.-J- ack house and at the first Z. n the 60x30, with Bdn lfbarse or even after the croupy cough Murphy evidenefcd 8,n"lajr M appear, and 1 will prevent the attack laanr roTS a great nnnoyancA Sm. the Master's cause ai leaving' N 3. bwt, cation of croup give he child a dose. BnOIr ., , stock r mhandlse - w,t" , u.t will Imntovelent uougn no vv and ttnele ,.. sola nis piace on oims v,ree utioniberlain'S r..r.. Hemcoy na lnn ,nto. tn hotr. " llraaaat to takeDrug always cure 1. 1.11.. n wn, hti.rI. knnwn a certain cure for croup and to me F""8 deslrln t0 In . to nld and With fOOd I AAA XS .. nmA If.a v ..w, Thi. KAAfl ATlAnfttVAlv 11KA.I .TV" ...1 .".,1 Store. .!.. ... Pll.,I.V .. "-":: geld by Penny' ic .1 , uiiue is vvrj .1.1. "iwiiin . .k. w . o Mlnr far vaara andi !Ler1 Ki ""0B- - wm8J!L"h nover been known to fall. Sold " Ca.ey.-Ma- .ter & 5 " vUltlni In . IXS2,11- '.r V" "Wf S!S 'X . - txm, Store'. i, a iwq Bitr " .Ia" IioC Gold maI rlae with bslHat Uacda, aomlng will be "The Miction --u u.i.l. ft" J 0B,tt" .tck usL cou1 irtAwv oUlr rtUnivlLM DAM I All- - swraa rWWIia pj..i.w IbMRMH v V Ml c, r. . M UlflTVDfl W Otf 4lttu AM WT W,ji w ftfter WW . OT . a. lw tMarm. U ary OhlUatton." Ta- - evening subject J "Pi lana 1 bdo i ..4. aaa i cui to tata Ud. BtfM by Peaay Drug Btr. wSyK. 1 wU W. aHwyr. MtKlaa?, oTth neaiL" MM.' INDICTMENTS BY THE FARMERS DETAILS OF THE Week of Prayer HOWARD CAMNITZ Inn' fin ..... vk. I T - 11-t- f. m e, well-round- O ..,.a ..rf. a ..... ,..... " 2 ,. bu-sag- e ,.., ....i. ,.. "T " -- L-- . ... no .i. oiiii rt or-ao- ld il Oeo-'0nJ- y n.t Ware--'Ke'oa- j 'im - re. .- u, "-- -i- KblW '"W 'K"n Jm Ftr 17-t- f. -- ,1 " "l"'JLau? wt ' H0 8nlr T huS h. u, -- VTl H Staif(dHirRoll ,.'., -- ""JTi1!? V"", ." Kim lf J""". Pf'' "V.f'' d ?rs , ' ". .. ' Kuck'' Z.W; ..v...... r .N.t?r. tT r-- T J?.!?.!. S ,it. tol ?,. ,nri, " "" "T "" e ? J?1 VI-M- " l" -- 'jypajioug ""7.. " "" iTi T.T .a suf--vi- MniUii ti t,A !."',. f. ."k-clatist- nt """ 1 "". bi uit. ",',,, ho-:s- ,... -.i. Ie .- ni a .,. ,. n . r out-goin- g ,ii, ,, fS ' ... ac-tic- n IIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIll "" ." "". " 1"1 .,,,, pi" ;'ed Al-V- cmn ,..lB,. ! TT ? ie k " heRlB .J2. ft. .. r.lr 'o.. " -- k. PTr .. w c,"' "" -7' "JE"" ,?.bU s ft rb pi.,x?,W ju. tr. i.y. TIM WAHTftP. KBsjjT WWCY INTEKTOR JQgKWAL. raMMWIIvarilll1nMMtfMiMiiHHHHHHHHflHlMMaHMHHHM miDAY, MARCH Srjl, Hie Interior Journal. BttftMIMfed 1913. SAUHL1Y TVmfttwr AW yfWWVT ITS THE LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT -:-:- : Scott's Emulsion! given in half-teaspo- on A 50-ce- bottle of IV iiRnnnnvffnBinni 11 wvvwwwi pit 0 HELTON 'IVE1W one more week OfalmoBb8:iving, away. ft O O o 0 TCMBAT And the Cost is Small in comparison with time lost in not having them when you neecl tkcm. Remember we have the following articles in stock: Haters at taa,xs(afri09 S as iMm4 efNm nurtt. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. t doses four times a day, mixed in its bottle, will t 5 T' of those Par Circuit Judge. HON CHARi.mS A. HARDIN, of Mercer County last a year-ol- d baby near- Ladies Shoes . n F Full great many prospective cnndldn'os and will make the baby tlu legislature nro telling how trong they ore for the passage of strong and well and will X good road law, nnd ,t (alrcr taxation ntcm Doth are of paramount Im- lay the foundation for a portance, but there are four other s, imc.tmireB, wnicn ougnt lo receive the healthy, robust boy or highest consideration and In tho evrnt there Is n democratic platform girl. convention held this year, they should TOR SALE PV AtL DRUGGISTS by all mentis bo Included In the plnf form. Tho most enlightened of tho and lh!i J. for country today aro for these nieaiurca Send lc, turns of O cor Imutlfal Saving Flint ind Child's Sketch. lor tney bring tn government moro Hook. JUch bank, contains a Cood Luck clotely Into the hands o fthe massePenny. than nnythlng else. They are the SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 rwl Street. N. Y. Initiative, referendum nnd recall and direct primaries. If troubled with Indigestion! constl. Bush-suath- s, Th direct primary principle Is un patlon, no appetite or feel bilious, derstood by most everyone. If a man give Chamberlain' Stomach and Uv be rilstruits the capacity of the people cr TAblets n trial and you will tabpleased with the results. These to govern themsolres, bo will opposo lets Invigorate the stomach nnd liver the Initiative, referendum. And recall. and strengthen the digestion. Sold by , If he believes In popular government, Penny's Drug Store. he will favor these three measures. The Initially,, Is the proposal of a BRED POULTRY. new ltw by n petition stgnedby a f Ixed ab-tve- , By Rellsfals Breedtr Oregon percentage of tbo vote. In . Id this ooluran l ' 8 per cent of the voters can propose a 8eftn.) new law, which- - must then be sub. s mitted to all tho Voters at an election v Whits Leghorns Olsmond 8. "C for rojootlon of adoption. CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. itrsln year 'round layers of large, Uy the Initiative, the people can act whits ego (1 per setting. A. If the legUlnturo neglects or refuses Altera siaruere, Ky tr-r- t e-- si. to act. If the Representative will not Pure Crescent S. C. White Leghorns. do whit U wanted, the people can do da what t) wanted, the people can do Eggs far setting. Mies Llrxle Davison, TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS IS. It themselves. If powerful special In 'Phone tcrests, by paid lobbies and infleoco I am now located on Fourth street, Pure bred Black Ml no real dofcat n popular measure in the Legis Eggs 91 per siting with the best equipped stable In Dan. lature, the people through tnc initiaMrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. vllle and will be fld to see yon nt tive, can enact It Into law. Specln' interests cannot corrupt all the voter cockerels, any time. And will show tho ladles Wyandotte or even a majority of the voters. The Choice White 1G. Mrs. J. N. Cash, especially courteous trentmenL Initiative U direct legislation by a ma EtSts $1 50 for D. F. LOUAN. Jurlty of tho voters at a general rr Stanford. We aro paying today ror special elcctlon'aBdaftcr nnd fair dis $1.75-3.3No. 1 Rlack skunk cjHslon It Is'aifccfl,. th e movement THOROUGHBRED 3. C, R. U REDS No. 1 short fork , Eggs for sale $1 for IS :- for Mink' ... U of, by, andTr1 the people. Imported Cock at Head of Yard. Opossum Referendum. ISO is Coon 41.10 The rcferrndum the the submission of D. M. WALKER, Stanford, 'Phone r.. to Rats etc , ,.,..,....NM0 a proposed law petitionvoters. It may be If vou want hens that lay In winter, or tne oten, demanded on the S. C eccs are or granted voluntarily by the Lesljla-tnre- . when Orpingtons, hlrb. (let for 15 W. b'ggs Si recopilies the power of tho UMft It 2t. pcopU to make laws. The constltu l. Klncald, Phone 199, Stanford. i Car-lo- ad tlon of Wisconsin was adopted on n BUFF ORPINGTON referendum vote. The primary elat1 Eggs For Sale 15 for ion moasHre became a law on a re- PHONE 153. C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No. lertndura vrfte In 1904. When all parties recognize the necessity of tnc Stanford. Ky. referendum on measures of the nicn HUBBLE. est Importance, why can it not be used as the regular and orderly procedure ItCSsrssnTflsTi' wTiwm Tlllord Alexander sold a Badulo to reKliter the will or the people: It YOUR scores of KENTUCKY. V. A. CAWSON, horse at Jxtncaster Slonday tor 1115. is now so used by Important City CounSTANFORD, BU8INESS questions In referring J. O. EubankH sold- Henry Hester 23 cils the people, -- . to PASSING c&rllng mules nt $120 each The Recall. R. E. Bruce sold a pair ot mules Tha recall was adopted in Orecnn THROUGH through tbe initiative In 1908, by a at Lancaster Monday tor $125.. OUR Miss Bettle Walters is making up a popular tote or 58,381 to 31,002. That people (.inscription school to begin on March declstvo vote shows that the HANDS vant the rlsht, under reasonable liminth. tations, ot recalling an unralthhil pubRECEIVES is Klllas Dawson and family have mov lic official. Ont. such limitation Ibe filing of a.petltl6n tor the recall ed to Cincinnati. OUR . nt least 25 per cent of the Klnualrd liourne bought a mule at signed by the given district at the PERSONAL voten In Lancaster Monday. preceding election. A special election ATTENTION James Harris' bought an " aged mule within twenty days determines the re .' ctll of such officer and th election of . Monday Tor J60. AND tsujy. rprcnent-JlnMida Minnie Sanders of Maikisbury; .another whiJU people. 18 U visiting her brother S. B. Sander Evory firm or corporation employf Mr. George Itubela, of Bucna Vista ing :n agent at a distance retains tho HELD, A HORSE'S OVERCOAT ras In this neighborhood Tuesdav power of recall and summarily usea IN If called u blanket. We have every looking foor some good jennets for his It in case the ngont betrays the in' terestg of his principal. Tho State THE kind ffom tho lightest to the heaviest. sale. .i a corporation, but the people aro from the fancy blanket for mad use the stockholders and directors and th,. STRICTEST Have added a new and complete Hepiesentatlvo Is the agent who to the plain but serviceable one for CONFIDENCE should truly and fairly represent those line of masrazine and periodicals as tho stable. Ktery kind ot stable utensil who elected him. too. UnoJ, of conrse, and reasonable I he recJll works by threat of uso us well as the latest approved fashion MJ n price. They have to be to conform well as by actual use In Des Moines, journals and invite your inspection. lit 190!), (ho evident determination to to our harness standard uko It If nccossar). caused U10 hostile J C. MoCLARY, Stanford. C't Council to appoint a poi.ci marshal who had the confidence of O M Many a mother has learned of a way the people. In Los Angeles tho t'ity away three ,. bf avoiding sickness in her family, es- Council had voted $1,000,000. mile Tlio of river ud worth Stanford, Kentucky. pecially among the children, by the threat of tho recall compelled the rlty use of a free sample bottle of the fa- Council to rescind that voto and resmous laxative. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup tore the property to tho city. The Pepsin. This, offer of the doctor's to threat cf. the recall forced certain members ot ihe Oregon Legislature is send a free sample bottle has been re- 1909 to carry our their piedgci to sponded to by thousands of women abide by the popular vote ror United Htutes Senator. Tho power to use in ail parts of America. 'Corner Nestt to Court House. that It STANFORD, KENTUCKY This Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a tut) recoil and the certalntr In most will b0 used it necessury will truly wonderful laxative aad especially Stanford, Ky. ORGANIZED IN 1 882. adapted to the needs of babies and cases bring tho desired result she CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. children becaujo It Is pleasant to taste obedience of the Representative tn and no child will refuse it. Then, It Is thoEb who elected him. SURPLUS EARNED. $22,000. mild and nsver crises. It Is all that HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $21-- 00 a child's remedy ahouia be, tbouarn It Is Safety witk Satisfactory Service. Modtra Safety a eood laxative for the whole family ate HEHOIC FIREMAN 8AVING LIFE because It Is effective at all ages. It Solicit Your Account. Is simply not dynamic like salts, Hls Deposit Boxes for Use ol our Coitomen. We In u a big fire deserves tho common and powerful cathartics, which should datlon of overrbody, Just us tho man not bo given to ehlldren anyway. DIRECTORt. does that has his home Insured 1,1 OFFICER. Nine times ent ef ten when a child Of the pain which many women cxperienco with every time, and when It Is dbtrnyod hy fire J. H. Dsoghaan, F Reid, complains aad yeu don't know exactly month it makes the gentleness and kindness always attoci greon" wherewith S. llocker. President, ban tho "long what Is the matter with It. It needs a J.'M. Pettus. M D, Elmore. ated with womanhood teem to bo almost a miracle, laxative Its bowlea are constipate. to build a Dow one No ono know4 F Cnmmias. 5. T. Harris. Byrup Pepsin will correct the trouble, AVhile in general no woman rebels against whtt she re H. C. Bsngtman. J. how wokomo a few thousand dolluta toae up the child and soon It will be gards as a natural necessity there is no woman who woald no. C. Rebhisoa, II C. Bautamaa, Oashler. S. T. Hams. well aseln over night wonderful re arn when left homelefls" but tho tcsn tidt gladly be free from this rcourring period of pam. suits have been secured with Byrop wbo has "been there J S flecker, W. W, 8nd.ers, U4- - BookXespor Yf II Murphy !et u In 1'opela. sure you In our compnny and be ready Dr. Plareo'm Far orHo Prescription tnaken C. R. Coleema. EuWW. J. R. HasrH, Boakkoenor J. Tou can buy It of any druMist at strong and oleic women for emergencies uoafr Bfty cents er a dollar a bottle, the latwell, aad (llv tlivm freedom troei pain. ter belnr the family else, bat you are) W. S. FISH Invited to make a test of It flrit at the It eitnbUttiaa re&uljflty, eubdaea Intlam PHONE 2C3 STANFORD, KY. doctor's expense. Bend htm your adstation, haala iletratlou e.tj enrca te send you MR FARMER: Msko your homtfns modern lor your family as a ice, dress today and he will to your a free malo uojbncitj. ample bottle direct borae. residence, nul placo yoursolf in a position to get the latent isarket quotationi Then when satisfied buy It of your favSick women aro invited to comult Dr. Pierce by letter, wr PAY -- -. orite druggist. can vo huuipu.u uj -.-.- .. TV at any time, inn free. All aorr)uadnee t triotlr private and sacredlv Dr. Caldwell feel that get fora sum that is mua compared with fmrchase of hla, does not ends hla the ooc5'-at!t- l. which you aad your tioiRlibors remedy Yi) TrUfavt. M.snd Tfithcut-fe- o lo ttorld's Dispenury Med E HIGHKvTAll CASH PRICE Kinds or For D., I'resiu'eal, Buffalo, N. Y. (VU or nddre our neanyfofficc ' "wntbdirfel t leal lie has rpeclallzed In stomach, Iho benefiU rereivrd. Farm Produce liver and bow1 disaaies for over forty '! all about woman's diteates, and how to cara '1 yjn w ttnt a Iwk that an(1 wll, b0 plea8e1 to ive tno Nwhvi U, Twm , for information leganlmjj iTtr .ptcial "Far icadtinarUrs, Clr, A HIDES ANO FURS WANTED " ktsmpj to tit, Tisrce to ray coit of mailing tU ni u t at rrMDt enj"rin NOW, .rers'-Lineft ra e. If s ... ,' ,i;,,"n t "'In may ! iJm, whetherV7Mcnw..TocV-iT- : outj ji t Irtt C"ty of his greac th illustrated LAND &. h l 'IAN.N tor the medical advice E n immediate) y inter t v u. I ur lines cover tnc J, .r t Cs.1 i , in paper covers. Lot Ky or the free sample address him Dr. r ui'iauuniiU Ihorwutliern iw i, rj i in. nn oiaULri , . Tenneftiee, Ms is- - PI'. w B oaidweii, 40: Caldwell building;, w r l WrTIiNIJESLJ. iiontlceiio. m '. C' J j lBC5s, A Tor Monkey wrenches, 3xx Tine Harness-punche- s Forks, Etc. Saws, Hatchets, Chisels, Hammers, Drawknives, Brace-bitPosthole Diggers, Long and Short handle shovels, Spades, Mattox, Grub hoes, Wire-pliers, FOUR NEEDED LAWS. ly a month, and four bottles over three months, $$3, 3.50 and 4 00 shoes to g close for cash per pair A lew of thatlo of pants for ? men, worth $2 to $5, to close this week at g A small g o $2.SO o O O 0 prr $1, 1.5Q and 2.00. 0 ! I Your neighbors will appreciate your buying some as you sometimes forget to return o the theirs. IPURE I lot of boys' knee pants & straight bottoms, worth 50c a and $1 thia week to close at o 25c and 50c now. You can't 2 make them for the price. Its like finding thenx - W E. PERKINS, H. J. MMtberts. Stanford, Kentucky. 9 c AT We Want qmmBm9meano)nn 4- -8. Produce 5 5 0 R SEEDING-:- - NORTHERN WHITE just received. Price 50 cts per bushel. ..,... 15-3- FreshOysters STYLE. N. B. Northntt. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. SERVED IN ANY WE HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUN r It comes to supplying high V know of none that furnish better lumber, mighty few who Rut even where our Can offr avgood Inmbor can be matched our rrlces us your next order and cannot Olvo It takes to tin. notice how much Ish a job nnd how much smaller tbe bill Is. grade-lumbe- htn THE PEST FIML J. H. Baughman &. Co. umiiiiiiiiiHiM - m jmn nr ls Kri. J. A AILIH, S.Mfwf.4, Ky. 1 M a39aSSa3Hn9B:&t&:K CONCRETING We are In position to do all klnila ol con erellag, inch ltlok Work, ravemrnlt end. In tact. we con mke nny thine from koaee dewn to tenoe pott. We oen xrvr yoa Bromptly and iiuitnWi nrt.cli work and material. Cell nnd our prleet before yon boy your materiel nt ! I (we) rbsrviivivc r ii (t PHILLIPS BROS., Btanfrrd, Ky. e f J. C. McClary, Frn Rntwdy Uj rrmi VKUU r Helps Children IVKL, County UNDERTAKER Office 'Phono 167 AND EMDALMER KljS JTAKFO.10, v S35gBBIBBBEBEBBEBEgE3 TIRSTNATIONAL BANK, Home 'Phone 35. KY. National Bank; Sprint; S.ltliigs My new spring nnd summer samples are now ready for yonr nspectli. They comprise the beat on the market I can suit anyono ns to prlce,.wbo had his clothes raud to order. A suit insdo to your measure Is preferable lo ready mode elethes. To htuo them made to mqaBiiro doesn't cut any more than roady mace when quality and fit is considered. Com0 tu and let me take your meaauro. H. C. RUPLEY, Tho Practical Tailor. I ru Ar-M- When You Think . L.Beazley&Co., t: a .-, n 1 obit-ssatl- fr -- -- """ , 1 'ne-oci- it 1 md-pag- tWOOUrORATKS) II " ! . IJNDERTAKliR8 AiP CMt.., ALSODEAC?- DALMER8. ER IN FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. : : 6TANFORD, KENTUCKY. MAT-TING- 8, k Sr I CntBAY. MAnoH 3rd, IM1 w i jul'i j 11141 Just wefrH a fresh ataoK of lest "live on nt rttfaf'a Brn Htorc. rra mm ft$AHvrcf9 ijftim ua a SHORT LOCAL NEWS curlty M the-var- PSA40KM.S. I Wanted To borrow 9500, rooH se Apply this office. lS-2- x wtmMenmatmmmmsnmmimm fk Brest Bliss nntlve herht srtd by l)r Msry nanirhman, Btnnfard Address Box 12. vrT wp hwtniMOK lUDKNm. vrilzrr-rhUaiin In tHBia swBaff" Her. J. J. IJtflUey will proach at Motho (Mh chnrch Btindnr op the following subjects Mornlnr "Fi'lnanclng thr Kingdom ' KvenlnR "la me young ha bcea Tlalt- - Hafit" Youan rnan are rordlslly In Mrs Hilss Atlderkoti ta attend la tac evrnlnB Ine her dauektor Mm. M J. UwreaM vited on Hli Hlvar. Patrons and rrlendi Interested In Ita pm-irealone school John McCarley continues mute III the bestwork and asked to keep In lines nre nt ill home In Crnb Orchard. mlhtl th,, declemntnry conto t Riven br nt the Opern House fj. V. Meredith a prominent coal iho hls.li school Miss Ilertu Friday njsnt March ICtb mSn, of Jrllloo whh horp on btislne Joan fenny will (tlvc a violin number spd other entTtnlnlitR fnnturM will till w.ek A ! Jndc rmmouM'urj?nir oP.HMilllet be hnd was ljer- lit crttirt till week Minna Hloninrh tnMet nrr Attouitv Hobert HardinK. of tDan toed Jlo tfrlcklr re'jevr iieionini; riniin of raai mIIi; imtl rdcnUJto(iujfeJn tourUlicra hpnWiiesA our flonmrh, dl7iiness.j uiiicMianrm nnn to nnnisii nu inrras y; Mii wrok. fjnrRo IndUeMlon, or money back. Mix. Ileaiircfinrd Alexiindor, of .nl ndVentp nt Penny's T)ni Htore or box ilSmlenee, hfVboril trie riiosi trlendt, hero Hupt (Jnrlnnd Sfrtgleton hn teeelv last payment lor tho county Mr. 0 II. Jarvla.otDanvillofcls hen! d ifehool tlmv and the Rinst of lilt brother Mr. J. fl. Inr-vi- s romo Intiachrr. whatdesires tbnt Is duo them and get - jrat t.'lsrrncfi J. Wpple, of !, hern on court btislneis Thursday Mrs. W U Matt and llttlo damater, Joined Mr. (Jolt here Wcdaeadsr Dr. H K. taltter of the Craa Orah. aid baantorlas, was here We4iieilar m Mr. Itoberl Lytic or Danville, hciL Wednesday upoIbk the- trade Mtrniay of the Klna llonn tnln scatlo sold his farm of 13? norts to a Mr. Hmnll of Tike county for 3,0fl. Mr. Murphy will move lo Teses this fall. .1. 1P?4L 1416 fiinfiininiET rj Wo 2 fli'e laMTllle Mnnated.an'l Address Ky llnctiei Moore, llratclss tono crunlior cot-rttttr.- Last Chance! ! i 11.1 Far tent at onc a Rirden and t store 7 eoorn frame dwelling n Main street, llw mlnnt from eourt Iionso. Addie.f Uoca, care of this ottlce. runfia-rlnemn now rolling the Oho me your noit nowspapors. I can ynu money Kobeeiipllons t. , V GH'oeh, llnstrmrtlle. lWeot I lat,t s VoW0B nc A Lot of Mens9 Suits at oys9 For benefit of those who could not get in to our sale. FOR NEXT 10 DAYT ONLY: is Logan McKce Check Dead DRILLIANT Mi YOJNu TO ATTORNEY SUCCL.MDB rtrMIOID . Malces Home Baldiig Eacy th. Jlrs. .1. W Iretnnd,whii ha been KorlUnt. Parm ftnd fa'denc null., ill with pneumonia: Is rome- - partly In town limits. A. Hnffnan many friends will what Improved, Inr hu Rind 10 know Bep the new collar pid nt J C A Mrs J. C McClary returned Tlntrs-da- t'lury's hnrness shop from a sevcrnl weeks' visit to in MMOHMa. llou e and lot for sale on Knbt Main her Hon Hobert C Saufloy and famllr irttf. street, AV. II. Vearri. at Parker, Arltona," J. II Hearlerof1 drlando.'na., Is I wilt give 125 reward for the dls- her on" a Visit to hki brothers. ,Ho corery of th person A to poisoaed my Is, helnjs warmly conicrntulatedf Upon tlra dos'-tUrda)night between his marffikK on Feb. 22 to Mica Nettle Main street and Depot Anderson Carr They Wrny formerly of Stanford will make their home In Florida. Whlta It la often Impossible to pre Mlsa JJIntilo and Ooia Btrmub wern vent an accident. It Is ntver tmnos. In the city this week buying mtltnery sJble to be prepared It Is nOl beyond anyone's puree Invest 25 cents In a Mw Miller, court stenographer was bottle of Chamberlain's Unlment and from ML Veinon this week. hero you aro prepared for sprains, bruises Dr Month, of Klchmond tw been tho and like Inturles. Sold by penny's Store, nuest of bis sister, Mrs. A. If, Svr-J,ni-s . , ,, . a. r For Sale. ltousn barn an J one acre If not sold of land at McKlnney prlvntely by March 15th will bo sold i.CJiln)- - aftcrriouii at 2:,T0 o'clock. Ilusl at auction on the premises on that ne K'non unu iiecwon oi omcent dnt0 to highest and best bidder This Goorgo (Ilvcm place nntl rcoti of the yeat a work wIU bj Is the Old td. J N. CASH. made sells, builds, reJ. D, Kteenbergt-nThe subjrtrt a( the Habltst church pairs nnd ndJustH scales at rocK Dot Hpnday morblnR mill be "Tho Mission torn price Heo him for prlcoj bo.o'e 'try Obligation The rvcnlne subject you bur. Address .Crab Orchard, Kv PikiBi . Hill t "KollRton of the I lend ' and Jamen Xhllllpj. th n- c.il Loncrcto eoutractnra, atteudi-- l the big cuuerete" cohvenllou In lncllaiu poll i lust ieek. While there they bought a tuition prppcjler cjintlrf; mil im?r wimn is luo uriuiim-'u- i lt kind lnsio 5 lie Wonin's Improvement Club will meet at tho office of tliu State Dank fc Trjist Company next Wed llenr nnce The Mission lland of the Chriitlnn church wilt meet Sunday afternoon at half pant two o'clock. Best companies lowssi tureVyour property todsy ydthlfv '; ln M 'land. snr 1 1 f SJSSSSlM wards entering the latter Institution "UiJ cnduatlnK with tlio t'inss of 1907 HP wns hlso n graduate of the Ann to Vmi-ROYAL COOK DOOK-6- 00 RECEIPTS-FR- EE rlur Law School, re'.u-allo to enter upon the practice of I. Is Name and Address. Send .choejji pro'et "', ere wcn f-- Hon iL L Walker mw otarle the Jndco of ?Oft Mil rowDM eo hlw ot. this Judicial District, ho appointed Mr Cheek as Master Commissioner oh the Boyle Circuit Court, whlcli po3ltton . The IntecilortJomaJ has put on Itev. D. M. Wnlker will fill his he hold at his death, and hid filled ia new subscribers In tho last lar eiiKaeement at the Chriitlnn with eminent sntUfactlon.'attention to (Jlieck attracted I. month. church nt Hubble, Ky at 2.30 P. M., hlm'clt nt thn last Itepnbllcan Convention of tho Kffihtb District, when ho next Sunday March 5ih. modp a vigorous p(ea for a more pro-feTlio salary of Marshall James JonoA lv? plutform lor tho of Crab Orchard Is $:0 per jnouU: ,, ., H- - vat a devrtM una contsiert nor(, ,ha, hBVO Thfi and not- ISO as was erroneously stated broadcast throughout the country In raerflber af the Second I'rcsbyterlan h, tad had recently becom,. a rmed mob of nogreos member of tho K'k'a CliVot Danvl'le. made by thc UoarU of Tmtees of 'rf Mr. Cheek la scrvfved br his that thriving little city in a recent. In Slan,ru' buing summoned by some rctl-eerd slier, 'Miss Maiy I of ocr oillcers wo find after a most Atbr Cheek and one brother the Issue of thc I J. 'alter no-- in searching Investigation that said ro-- Rev. Pouell CheeK, tlio post grwluatn Ueimany, taklnR tho The ladles of the Crab Orchard portB hae been RrealIj. agBoralcd cojre Ii Tfteo'ojy at the Unlverrlty Bapliat church will l,ave a conundiumlnn(1 n lu.tIce t0 n) conCPrned , bmv, of Hcl'n. eotiul nt ,Mrs. 8. W. Fife's Friday br ma.e th,8 st..-mn- nt ,.rm. Tho funeral service wfer held at n. night AdoiliHlon 10 cents .. the Eccond Presbrterlm church of iw.,.,.. , nn,i i.,. ,- Oanvlllo conducted by the Pastor, "Dr. tte. J. Q. A. McDowell Thursday at three a atlsfactoty spring suit ste tor o'clock, and the Interment followed 11. C. Rupley' the practical tailor, ex Dr. J. (1 Car, enter, health ofiiclal, In liellevuo ccmctory. cluslve nent for Ed. Price & Co, wtt collcJ to Macksvillo Friday, havWednesday voted that The Chicago, and others. ing !xtn notllitd rf the death, cf . William Senate Lorlmer, of Illinois, was lesal -" , colored Infant under ues- - y elected. to his seat In that body. Thcrt Miner l"urft w Ihw vrtkm ot'llw roalrr t, .,,,. The mother ?nator Beverldge'j resolution declara t.itKr iA th1yrtn wsi oin ni uwuiw. u.4 unts it (rial tioiuuie jpp.Mi to Urn tomrkble. tor a few n tho child I'i Anna Hell Helm and ing that he htd not so fbeen elected safir vrAra ditttor Droftouscvd It a local dtawaje and wns aeieniea io a iu. by con.la.Ilr blraf prrarrlhrd loci reriMdlra. he doctor thinks Its death was duo pronounced It tatoratM. I la runs wltU loeal IrekUMat.al kjcncB baa tmnnunt to a oMinutioaidaito starvation and lack of attention. tn Vnutcisco. I'licf nt caoaututlonal trratiucaV and Uirrriara ' " asocn VJ; crntd a mm da vs. slay of oxe- lit.. I iaUnft not. naurfaciunaibr ft CLrl Vi.- a A OMa. la tkavnlr Cmnlltnllontl ror, m to Rivo timo to emc ui um uw r,.,tt ii u takca aiiwnaiir in doara frota ic I r.SRi from lar;e wnlto Chlntai . t atfars before Botnff to prjson to servo tmawaifnl II acta dlTrrtlr at tac blnra e SI lor J or JZ lor 1J. Thos. a vua in jit, ol U arrtcn Tcy enci out C'Pe, term for brfbeyy Bunded tl9llara lur any caan it jalia to cure. vnc t Tn..rl..v- - 01, Stanford, Ky. 172. (or f.rculn and icailmcailala. ,um,nii), lr 1 e rei?u-auon Ch'-icr Royal Baking Powder hdpa tho housewife to produce at home, quickly and economically, fine and tasty cake, hot biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer cake, crisp cookies, crullers, ,cruste and muffins, fresh, clean, tasty and wholesome, with 'which the ready-mad- e food found at the shop or grocery does not com pare. Royal is the greatest of bake-da- y helps. e-- Cheek was tlio yecond son Oi A Oheek, nnd ttiti linn Inly 1. 1SSC In Danville and had li lived nntll the 13tlt ot next .luly, would hnvo completed bis 2Slli year. He recelveL his non denllc tinlnlni? at the Preparatory Department of Central University, after Mr. soimw waa roused Iiere Wca news cwiii of the death itt IlAnv.lle of f)K.in .'.fcKee Check, r.ne of the brlfihtest jminp; lawyers In this section of the bUUj. Up pass- l amy after a short Illness of ty-lioll foor it'i'uv u vh-- n Suits at $ 1 .48 to Make More Room. $648, 1 fr mid Mrr John Sam Robinson Stanf ord9 Ky. aCi: tf!!f!imM!F!1fmf!tf1tnifHf1!f1!f1?nf!1fMf11f1!f!if1tfltrK I That Spring - Suit 3 3 ," v I I g You have begun to think about that new Spring Suit that suits you. w- Tm ji. - 31 Suits fdjOxder 17-- 2 v i .,, We mak esuits to order and guarantee to give you full salisfac- P tioh in every way. cz r. 1r.-i- x m , r i New York Styles Can show you the latest Newr Yurk Styles made by the most ex- perienced cutters and litters in America. AMn I 1 in the Bathroom V s . HEALTH . Ciab Orhcard sold ec MoorOr-or- . Ih home r nd 20 acrct of land this Special prices on lap robes for. a.wpijk, tit Mj;s, T.uilVU (lover for a good tew days. Pence riros. price. laaaiunt C1IIm:Y mur mi lor coBaupaiion CO. Toledo. Ot 1 i g i fc I I Do you realize the importance of bathing under thoroughly efficient unitary condition? z Are the future and plumbing of your balhroam lust as they should be hygienic and healthful, and does the room afford all the convenience end comfort you desire? These quettkos demand careful coosideran'on, affecting at they do the health and happnet of your home. If you need bathroom advice A K we will mpply it free, and without obligation to you, and d you decide to make use of our aid, tee will at T guarantee our blumhlne. and tun- ply genuine Plumbing" Fixtures weB known'as the perfection of sanitary equipment, and fully guaranteed by the manufacturer. Can we help you? If so, aik for an estimate. TKI.EIMIONK I'S AT 0(.'J EXPKNSli . j .1i 7IU 3 fWB.& f vw-iaaii- m riT" rafc aHPISp-- 5.ufS2s. LOUISVILLE AUTO 5H01 o. ARMORY. MARCH 15, 16, 17. ALL 18, 1911 THATS NEWEST WIBK y ...cu' vsJSi i v:cj9a PERTAINING TO MOTORING EVENINGS DECORATIONS MO$T ELABORATE, IMPERIAL BAND. SPECIAL FEATURES AFTERNOONS 2SC SOcr JD1 at.tVy& LI.' ... I .. HKO-- " JS1 lirL'Hin i!x IJflsMalV BBasT,ii4r i wmmwrjrh ur i $fMg$&. Mr4MOl&' WUn Kv-Azt,- '? i h 7&! mg-lmvr-"' n DETSy8 POINTERS: 7 be InconslsteJic, of man beats all Klrjt he says a woman cannot use a hammer nnd fa tb next nrcatn says she knows more abont knocking than a master carpenter. Thc best knockers I know nre Coffey and Coleman who bavia prices knocked down to suit th smallest rr"e. All kinds of garden seed just arrived, either In nackaees or In bulk Prompt Delivery, Thone 19t. t You get what yourwant or you do not takeit; Take a peep at our patterns now on display and r. -- H we will surprise you with the beauty of rthis selection. I I i 3 t Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KY. T()RE IS THE HOME t. ,..'S'i?.S 7?uu--'- "v COFFEY AND COLEMAN, "5tled" T WWW, ' fVX. StJ jfarr- raz- H selden Bros - mi at on a- LANCASTER, KLNTUCKY. " , rmzps-L. L tts!iiLr CLi z Sanders Doq't use hmfz?xz m- Crab Orchard j Farmers j Business. Or HART RCHAFFNGn & Mflv & CLOT. K, Upglies T. V. Humble W . U. Matti in Miiais We are; 'receiving- Spring Goods daily. We invite you. to call and inspect our new Silks, Gringrkams, Percales. Trimmings, Dress Goods, Corsets, Laces, Hosiery, "Purses, Novelties, Etc. a. -- r llIwU BmS The Famous Ktyb Does Not Strain the Eyes over wralri oipyoUr ew. q srrrelh corjcjsnt TOMftllkt oneMfihoqidg-- . "wtTJ(1 ' WE GIVE particular attention to the business of the farmers. We cordially invite them to make this their BANKING HOME. Ui It WU,A, V Izesthevprtatirie. tarrjFT mcHqw lignrihatKinot, ite.Ravd Is. best l(hti.firtd'ttlttt aJveiM CVCvf. svqi r HilMWC Wa H. ElSI Higgins. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. u tSk keen DoUshd. Tha Rttvo to but no other lamp Elves a better any price. Oneo a Rttyo Uspr, Alwa Om. tHulirt Evttyvhtrf. If ct it tturf, vrfojhr.dtiwt nni 'er to IU tttrht ttnol cfttt It, has frKtiQng. (frtrable stitlc; n& tnsu is iieiCL'nrm ana ttue. ives added Btrcwcfh. Macre1 o rass and finisted in nfcHol. Eft TrC tigMto gm tftt ., a Wr V m)m4mt 9iiirftPS VaHriaVPv rfSS state. Bank; Tnist (o. HUGHiS.rMFniNJ4 CO., OryGeorJ SX&iv'ti.sD. NoMc.s. i ,,., s , - Tho StamUird' OH Conopesiy (IncorporaUO W7 .i:NTU ..Y ESsVIHssHHssHHHsf itarasKisit Iksd SRmm&szmmmmf:- IMUK m' - ' ' i irmri-iM-- n mi grim nr - ,,, - -- - - - -- - - -- m-- jBJpjpjj-p- tj. -- - - BBBBBBBB 1 .' i WE STRIKE DEEPLY AT THE VERY r, HEART OF PRICES,BUT QUALITY REMAINSSTEADFASTANDTRUE! '"SALE! seems MARCH ON ALTHOUGH such furniture, yet the quality is ever of that highsttndard of which TO this store boasts. We have been planning for this month ever since the last March Sale and are now Ready For You with tne sale you have been waiting for. MARCH'S This time we have a Greater Surprise than ever before in bargains. Come and see '.v 'MARCH hemthe Goods Themselves are their own best advertisement. MARCH'S MARCH SALE BEGAN WEDNESDA Y, MARCH 1st. Hal. I 'I , iV I t PRICES ARE CUT TO THE VERY LOWEST NOTCH, whick Shop Early tn The Day If You Wish to Avoid the Big Rush! Sr i V Y "2 Mahogany IT & Four-Post- er FOUR-POSTER THIS 80LID MAHOGANY BED IN THE 8TYLE COMES IN FULL SIZE OR THRE&QUARTER WITH A FULL PANNELEO BACK. A BEAUTIFUL Three Piece Colonial Man Napoleon Mahogany hogany Set Bed $14,00 i PjECE OF FURNITNRE AND SELLS REGULARLY :r.fiVU-- - DresseY A GENUINE Chlffo GENUINE MAHOGANY A CHIP-- i ANOTHER ONE OF OUR MARCH SALE bARQAlNS IN THIS OENUINE THIS MAHOOANY DRESS , MAHOqANY NAPOLEON 0 STYLE VALUE. BED IN FOR 835. A DULL FINISH. ER WITH TWO SMALL AND TWO FOMER WITH WITH .FOUR DULL AND WOOD FINISH TWC TRIM jlS OUR REQULAR-1184- March Sale Price, $28.75 LARUE DRAWER8, WOOD OR LARGE BRAS8 TRIMMINGS, 42 INCH TOP, FRENCH SMALL DRAWERS, March Sale Price, $14.00 MINGS, 34 INCH TOP AND 18 BY 24 Music Cabinet Special THERE IS NOTHING HANDIER THAN TO HAVE ALL YOUR MUSIC TOGETHER SO YOU CAN FIND IT WHEN YOU WANT IT AND WHILE 24 BY 30 INCH BEVELED INCH BEVELED OUR IN FRENCH REGULAR PLATE SiSXO PLATE MIRROR. M3&09 'DRESSER 1834.00 OUR REGULAR IN THIS SALE AT MIRROR. VALUE. 11S.75 THIS SALE AT Writing Desk Special LADIES' WRITING DESK IM i YOU CAN GET SUCH A CABINET AS THIS AT SO SMALL A PRICE NO ONE SHOULD BE WITHOUT A MAHOGANY CABINET O $24:00 $18.75 MAHOGANY, DRAWER, EARLY DROP ENGLISH LEAF AND SOLDEN OAK. WITH ONE LARGE PIOEON HOLES INSIOE. AN EXTRA SPECIAL ANdI NE. . WITH' FIVE BELLS COMPARTMENTS AND Ladies' Dressing Table GENUINE MAHOGANY FINISH 34 OUR REGULAR 81.00 DESK BUT JUST FOR WE'VE MARKED IT IN THE MARCH SALE AT. BRASS PULL AND LOCK WHICH REGULARLY AT S10J6, IN DRESSING IN TABLE. HAND POLISHED STYLE WITH IN THE MARCH SALE AT CT f- -I DULL OR POLISH SMALL DRAWERS, FRENCH A COLONIAL TWO INCH TOP AND 18 BY 24 INCH BEVELED $2.98 I his THIS SOU PLATE MIRROR. OUR REGULAR PRICE S 118.00 BUT IN THIS SALE AT $12.75 Solid LAOK? Of Mahogany Library ble THIS TABLE IS GENUINE ONE DRAWER AND SHELF SELOW Ta--j Mahogany Princess Dresser PaiXCKSB DUESSER II4.9S LADIES' OENUINE PRINCESS DRESSER, Tina: ATM Oak Princess Dresser PRtNCCS 8MU8SER1 Folding Bed Foil X $18.75 OAK FOLDING SEO VALUE. FRENCH IN THE GOLDEN OAK FINISH, I MAHOGANY WITH 38 SV 42 INCH TOP, MAHOGANY BRASS TRIM- - SOLID QUARTERED OAK, HANDl OUR REGULAR; $ BY IS INCH BCVELEO J JHB IKS ARE CPLSNIAL POLISHES, WITH BRASS OR WOOD TRIMMINGS. ANB BEVELED IT HAS A CABINET TOP WITH A 10 P LATB MIRROR tH FRONT. SWELL REMOVABLE IN STYLE. ftf i j i ?.' 4 B WITH FRENCH LEGS, SERPEN front, hand polished, BEVELED FRENCH PLATE OUR S2LS0 CPEFBER. MARCH THREE tWAWERS FRENCH PLATM FRONT BODY WTTH BEST WOVEN WIRE IT'S OUR REGULAR $20.86 TABLE. 8PRINS5. MARCH'S MARCH SALE AT MIPMsK, SIZE 1836 INCHES. MIHROR, SIZE 18x12 INCHES. OUR RESULAR $15 Extra Special $12.7S i DRE68ER. MARCH WITH THREE. ROWS OF COIL SUPPORTS. THE MARCH SALE AT SALC PfUCS $14.98 BALE PRICE. $9.98 ESV-ihi $18.75 ."J Li-- Good &. i , pj i e? THIS LEATHER. Turkish APi 17 NEVER HERE IS ONE OF THE BEST BARGAINS IN THE SALE:. YOU ,AVE WE SOLD A TURKISH ROCt- CR AT SUCH A LOW PRJCC IN YOUR HOME SHOULD NOT BE WTTHOUT ONE OF THESE CHASE IS COVEREDWITH THE BEST ORAOCOF ROCKER $9.9o Good 3 ' Furniture ! i u" Carpets ! r SAL OUR REGULAR 815.00 VALUES tf THE MARCH AT Q QQ Ijv 1 . ,- - I March, l ' Main Street, Lexington, Ky. r' 1 r: ,4 l.v,JW','-iuVfusi.ij''C- ' iww 4l?.7';!.ii8; ctfft''"'''rV;tW''-,,t- . f