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The Stanford interior journal: March 7, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911030701_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 7, 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 StanfOKD Interior Journal NO. 18 8TANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, 7UE8DAY, MARCH 7, 1911. $1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE 21. 1 At - :v r l r -- ' f rinding takes place. Th0 fowl must O OOOU OOOOOOOOOOOO O Of Ann t havo something sharp In tho way of (.Al I. HIK HIGH 8CHOOL NOTES O vliUuli rrlt lo BrlmI ,hls foo,, ft B00l, OOOUvO'OOOUOOOOOOO thl APAIaJOT I P M DA Aft POM TRY PROFITS lor ,)C ,s sround oyster holl. It O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0 DOCKET-TE- RM LANCASTER BLOGK COURT roTliry 0N DOYLE N. KUAU AbAINM L. 13,000,000 to i)0llRhl ror GR or 70 CPntg ppr Appropriated cin tUr John M. Wnteral DE EXTENDED TO - .. hi.ndrcd pounds and It fills a double ENQLE- - U'o "?2."L IO,000 IN Miss Kffl Waughtnai. nntcrlnined .1 VERDICT FOR ...-- .... l",rPo. besides fumliihlng grit It MAN flUlT OTHER COURT RU88ELL mippllM lime One pound of th shell number of her school friends nt her CROSSED WIRE STARTS FIRE AND Hocndillcntlon of tlio Judicial code Circuit Clerk II. 0. Prlco, of Ilorlo. ADLY HANDLED BY WATER DAMAGES RECORD NUWB, BROWN AT RECENT FAR- regarJcd a tlio moot Important for County, was hero Saturday ito o contains enough lime to completely home, Friday evening. Tho guests OFFICE GARRARD NEWS loat "oven dozen egga. Another very wero highly ontcrtnlnod nnd woll redamage, the amelioration of the taw'i .delays. Jud , Tlio milt for , 30.0o MER3 INSTITUTE. wk " Important elimont In egg production freshed Those present were roatlnn of forest proiorves In tlio brought by. tlio ml inilnUtrntur of I.ottor t tl.o end of the April 'f " In plenty of fresh water, because the "?I Ho.itlK.rn Appalachian nnd While Lancaster, Ky., March 6 IJumI K. iCi.glemnu wn flnlil.ed . term of court In Danville, making four Rlrhard Lamny, n prominent larmtr At thn recent Farmer' Institute WK m me egg is composed of SO per O'llannon, Loltlu Carson, Harris Colemountain. reaiiton in n ern ngflinsi me louis, imvfdcd for th conatnicifoR of la weeks In nil. Mr. Prlco saya that tl.o hold h.re, KnH.r.l Uumn, of this slty. cent water and or th- whit. 81 17 per man Kll.aboth Illgglns, Joe Mill Knt 3? yeara of age, dlel In this cot ny Villo U NhmIivIIIo railroad for $10,000. gntlon and embasav buildings abroad. i0yto court dockot U vory congested. nn nbla paper on "I'oultry l'ro- ceni is water, u von naven i a irnncn llnriey, Harry Ilelnbart, Mary n. .Mr- - nfter a M.ort lllnm. of pneumonia N. B. Price sold a horse to Oeorgr 'e,,n water near, It should Ktnney. Wllllm Orlines. Sallle Ola and requiring Inspection of loco- - .,' Thom " pr P00' in .a nuu .miwi Kiigieman to t iThoro I nHow to Increase Interest l .1,,8ro nre rour munlor m , V Conn, of Wllmore for $1So iPPHed every day, clean out the great nnd growing atantly kltleu by nn I & "' nolol'moU'i. boilers Albert Plillllps, I.yle Cooper, .cup uougiu a largo numbor of damage ,n ,nrc ,rea poultry nil over thB coun In two weoks houso nt least Cnco marc mine treating Robert K. I'eary n Hoar. lfca al"l .. Thomas Coleman, Mary S. Cook, Hai- of Kd Clark for $225. oous ,Attmra on th, Mtretl Mtt of lho ,mvy BUU Known as Bvr train ai wnai is try and Mr. mown a nddraas ws an i" vimk ana nun i ioi nee Jamoa Ballard left Monday for In wpeelnlly tlmaly one. It waa n fol- - re'l on your fowls for a lousy hen ry Carter, Mary M. Rnney, Honnl creaaing on mo Knob lick pik. wiiiu Knd formally tendering Uiana of cannot b In perfect honlth and only Nowland, Mary K. Dudderar, Spaldlmr dlarm where he holds a fine portion lows: on route from homo to town. Two Con grow to hltn. ' I will glvo r pro 'np hen In perfect henltl. will produce Hill, Herts. Jean Panny, Wallnee Sin with n large hemp llrm. He took n of th few oommlaelMi Richmond Dry hko her administrator aectired' Created congroiloiial . and eggs nro tho profits work bands with hltn carload tty. First Is oorn; it brought In 1,- ,l glecton, lAnm Holtzclaw, Stawart. Car judgment Co, $10,000 but U. case JIW Marr Mnrphv and Frank Oooch 19W flacta of the mrm during the ..III. Mn, Lorraln Can.pboll, Carl Cnrtor of U.la county, were granted lie en a was rctoraed Uj tl.o court of appeal' Uefroird stntotuod to Arizona and ANTI SAL00NIST8 WIN DIG VIC- and comport) them with that of ncml- nCDn.r Rnthwoll and C'ha,' try. lYeCK 01 Is oorn; It groughf in $!, Annie Ctmneollor, TORY IN WOOD'S TOWN. Joioph Hopper, to wed Miss Susie also on tr-- ground that It waa not idown Vw Mexico Dillingham wero united In wed 7SU.WO.000. M Second cotton, It permanent tariff board hill company Morrison Ilright, Joaeph Wolf and ot- look' holy bonds Downed In trial of the ease that the at their 1mm? near product of oi.llry ,,oroa',0 hm by 12iurURht In WO,000,0o4. l'hlrd Is wheat PROGRAMS FOR WEDNESDAY AND her. Lancaster. The groom Is In busir.e a train, lutd been In lb Wblt or whist- - nti magailnM. Jttclimoml went "dry" Friday The Y. M. C. A. bald Its record meet in Danville. At ttn aocoiid Hug THURSDAY ANNOUNCED. l the j)ertfd bllL for dlivct election of mnjorlly afler one of th0 biggest enm- - ft brought 1735,000,000. Next Is the Thomas Moure has sold bK horn Ing Saturday cvonlm,- - In the offlre ........ .. i -- ... T.. , iinigna nnu Oieciious ever noiu in mat OOO.OOP ii wiw luwu-i- i im.v imv.. .tW. ..... Diiiii'u nutirs acnniorn. irini Camp Dick farm , ..... .... . .. .. OO flltenillrfHtilKn litillMlll .1.... .... u,lilnh Mlu'.l!wilnu-i... .I. program for last two nights nfiof lr. 1. W. Pennington. Delegates staad and home knowrr an of Brvnnt--lll.... The Itoblnsnn this ilde : iu" v. ,,r ".. Now Jpar fnrmor aro yon ReUlng r.: ."" out u to tho Y. M. C. A. convention at Danto Jacob Trumbo, of Paris, ror ner of infcie.min " ' "?erT I might nddllhl. wce llB8' boon completed. o!''0"1',08- - ,T,,reo The ville were choson and memboralilp f 1,700. Mr Mooie nnd family will move mi by K"1 Jlcr. V,n? p0Uitrj' prod? "VJT fpnt"r '""'K1'1 ' pro mi that the train ga clty wcro 'e wldrcss of Dr. enrds wero given O Lexington. PReaCHER8VILLE to several other to M1m Cnllle Adams yt'ar 1910- - Uut fnok, of Dnnvlllee. A good crowd wna ing of Its approach. Tb0 defect In tho ,th dry olemcnt. Saloons wore oted V"1'1 thnt dl,rl.nB entertained at Monday lght Brcatly en- - boys. u,,f "' wb ny Pro 600 In honor of her attractive guest first trial t the suit bavins been O 0 0 0 0 OOOOO OO 0 o O 0 O O ,lllt nBo by lS0 InoJorIty. Inl Jnof V"uf Much speculating Is being mndo as Mlsa Leo Prnther oniTchmond sT.ffi' 'erenow. The in the .eeond. It la nowj Mr. H.ohnrd Wl.Hams r.n. a hand lll0dllllI,y f(l0Wll,g tho announcement B ",u to who will bo lho winning speak guosts were ented at threo tables hf'" oallo erUln that Ilia Judgment will full of old coins, Spanish Mexican of victory, all church nnd school bolls Ing np his sleeve for be knows thnt aa fo ws- er In tl.o elocutionary contest of Mnr Tl. home was decorated with ferns h. ud nponuu .coin, uuoui bogan to chime, while the court house i,ne ,ew cn.caons n.s wne nns uuya Maud In tho higher OiHlll. TW acci- - nnu Wednesday Evening 7:30 P. M. and cut flowers, nnd n well nppolnted 1U, Mont of tho spoakers Lnvo been luncheon was served. Knglenmn lior(th Open.rg hvmn by congregation H WUb leni which twt !",Pd It." 1781. "IT1"0 ".Something for Jesus." by Miss hna trained Robert Bruce sold to Bob Arnold n I1R Uf wtia ouo of tl. Mddeat thnt 80nK. profit how can we Increase this reading nnd prnyer Oar Jackson and each Is car-olmules for J.VH, confident of vic- pair11.of t In rnr oceurre-- In this community. She. Wo also saw a chair which was oon was conducted by n big Jolllflca - prollt land Singleton. W. Burton sold a fine pair of mules tory. The programme has been or age nnd n grlght hi ought from VlrgluU on n pack horao Hon nt the court house that nigh, '"'"t to produce profit we must prc-...-.. was Just 10 jearH Solo by Prof. J. w. Ireland. to Ion Brothers, of Mercer county, b- - Wllllnm id'icc ORES. To produc eggs Wn must .i.-- i. l'oe. who nnu n nloneor .k.... u. si. wn.Kcr, su. i,i the judges chosen nnd every- - for 1112.50. uuroM ny 'and fudlau fighter, when ,her wero the Judges chosen and everything Mra. Thotnaa B. Walker, the excel. 0. SlUPle ..,1 anAges"ana thing points to a great auccess . llelow lent wife or T. B. Walker, of this city, figainst Joli Jones th Jury could not no fnoro than n half dozen settle- - others for tl.clr work In tb0 election, nttcntlon. They can be summed up out tho " was stroko Ho settled In Tho day begun with th prayers bold thus. She must b In perfect health, Address by Itev. J J. Dickey "China nro given the names of the speakers on thp victim of a paralytic wns n oureo and the cnoo goes over until ' menta In Kentucky. Friday. Whllp the stroko . .. . iiifl ytytiift nntntnrt i si i Thinn nm nli i m m.. i. -nnd their subjects. mini uuu a al all churclius. The election was tlio ",: ", , . ,h sllgnt one, Mrs. Walker's friends nro iransiuuu.it suit was ui rc - .nrraru cuumj. uuoui tho Juno term. The ii ii hr Oirerlng "War and Public Opinion," Joseph apptehenslvo nbout her now slnco her of a dlacreemenl oer u hay Ucni nan onst oi jntasier. on tl.o pre. qi.lotost, most peaceful nnd hnrdost, WntCr 1 snent two weeks In I'.os.ni? nvmn: une Moro Day's Hopper; "Tho Boy Orator of Zeptha husband has been falling so In health Wll- - fought ever held there. plk0 to lluokeye Mrs. John , ont ..uu. .." - worn jor josus. ci uuk j...u uuy. tiios. coieman; "Ttieros a the past few months. Baptist Hums, who was n Mkia Romans of Car-- , ve believe tho Courier-Journa- l Is caster on the Lancaster and Crab Thursday Evening 7:30 P. M. church lhe members of the by congregation: good time Coming." Dalley Sampson; gave n donation party to tnclr pastor, Opening hymn Yomg Jaybawker irard lb a descendant of tl.o tho bravo right In advocating n platform conven- - 0rcnard pike. It was the two weeks before Christmas or the two "Just a Word for Jesus." . ...... 'ni.i n.,.i n.iu f.n .... ,. r .. "The Cuban Ilelbgee" Morrison Bright Itev. O. P. Bush and wife Tuesday 1,owj..Hl after. 1 don't nulto remember Devotional-R- ev. J. J. Dickey. afternoon at the1 parsonage Inviting Hymn by congregation: "Onward "Soul of tho Violin," Harris Coleman; and substantial eatables and other OF KENTUCKY PLOOD MAKES A old heirloom very hlghlj. It Is solidly cv,.r we'd hnto to run for office on n;wiiir, ((no morning I was asked to "National Apoutasy'' John M. H. Wat- good things were taken to GOOD 8PEECH. ,uuiu oi u.acK wainui nnu guou ior piaKo.n. of democracy If It was left ieca tne cnicKens nnu inK.ng a gauon chrlstinn Soldiers: the popular Violin solo Mi's Herta Jean Penny. ers; "Antonio Macco" Lester O'Uan- - couple. 'another hundred jears. To sit In thU (0 th0 to nnuic the plankn. We,""1 n nnlf lUckt of corn I went to by Rev. litm. ..Trlai ot Kuirfax" Will Grimes; y0l,r Lancaster was visited Friday night o.'irtrupu9sh?npa"t,omreotni' ,,ml u wou,d be -Tlio Augusta, Kansas " ,,ot Mlvv ,i,w,e!",r- nncaster Ilap- ,"Soldler of France" Harry Relnhart; by what was feared at first would bo n stH'ech made by Ma.ter Znch sirable to hold a platform convccntlon f0UU,j chickens all a the hen tlst church. a lanr nnd disastrous fire, but luckily "To tl.o Llour" Russell Brown. Otfejlng.l nlnn old Settler's .Reunion on wnhDing )n ,he nuatly times when tho tomn- - until titer the primary A convention 'house, about one hundred and fifty in for tho town, the flames were soon n mwjc nnd the scalping knljn gleamed which Is sovcrolgn In I"11- Komo WPr on 'ho fIoor Eome on by congregation: Clo Ing hymn Musical numbers will also be given extinguished. The Citizens' Bank, the birthday. The young man ton' the party might "Onwnrd Gq." one went front Caa mi), the grand old foresters, and take It Into Its head to nominate the program. At- hall ln which the Masonic lodge Is held .VJ?,081,' lit Intervals during the son of Sam Taylor, tney fh?J Henedlctlon. and the Central Record odleo are all tend! Attend!! cy oounty. tn the Sunflower state n frcqutiiuly bathed thomselvoj In tho ticket for state offices while It was,oosted that nlghu The henhouse located n handsome brick build i; white mans uiooa: at It. Too suggestion that tho two was open had cracks in It. and I found q oOOU OOOOOOOOOOOO O Mr. Itufsell Brown ha been confitt Ing. It Is this number of ycara ago, nnu m thought the fire started ,U Infant child of, Mr. anil .Mrs. tate democratic committees nnd the J131' "' i"o low.a win. conns nan 0 O cd to his room on account of lllncsa from nn electric wire. JUNCTION CITY knovn and relatel in i.incoin. wu" MiccesBful candidate;, after the prl- - "UJ"" 2";.J.t"r.,"L"tT '" .." l.VJ' of ti best thtnka about him h that jcf. urown Is very 111 o n n n n n n o n n n n n n n o " the last ten days. . As ho . Is cie Tho dnmace was considerable In UUU . UI lilU UUI1U1HK t al. " lUIlIUUft UMIUI. "" .. -the Alter liev. jonnson uenvercu ins mary get together and draw up a The dronnlngs had accumulated on tho Mr. George Dunn who wai very ill.oi mc speakers in u.o eiocuuonary been Rerord ofllce, the building having be Is a constant reauer oi iuu 1T .. flooded The loss Is jccmtiat, it was I cared for a whilu tbtt estimated at with water. entirely covI am sure this week Is reported better. an nro o many of tboso who have auureM on Sunday morning on tho platform Isn't n bad one, when It Is floor" In large quantities $1,000, but tern camfullv conslderpd. tho henhouse had not been cleaned i hi. nan of Kentucky for homes .ubioct. "Uoozo nnd Boodle." th Ul Mnrv Swponnv relpliratnl her ho Would not be able to speak, but ered by tnsurnnce. pro- Keen jour property fully protect '"iU '". tW?."-,-ii0.""V1. ?.!!?. birthday Saturday 25th by entertain- - his ftleuds will be glad hear that b. In tbo west. Tho speoch of tho rnincc commltteo submitted tho tol- O o OOOOOO OOOOO. O t pathered the eggs that day maelf '"S a number of her school friendi l rnst recovering and will bo one c ed by insuring with R. C. Gaines, the lowing. mlMng young orator wall a follows: Insurnne Man, Lancaster, Ky. O EUDANK8 Whercaa the licensed liauor trai O and I got five, which I thought w'os a nt her hom In the afternoon. They the principal orators, in the contest I'm not an old settler, but I'm n Mrs. B. F. Walter entertained with only ono tn llc iB a Krcat cvil nnd n constant men OOOOOOOOOOOOOnOOO O given them. ,,iayed games out of doors and then March 10th. for tho attentlPii la quilting bee ln a most hospitable jaylinwker. all right tho That night I asked tho ladv If her Mpj. Ida Whcoldon is sutforing with ho has been tt (way last Tuesday The following la- Mr. Joseph Wolf d partook ot 0XCcllenf t, our lamlly and I'm glad to help you aco ( njj our civn and religious lustl" fow,s rl n thn rrpnltntta Vlcif was ,n .11am a t a v ml - -- grippe, nlso aire. loo Urvnnt la very formed wt'r ot nn' P1"0'" aml greatest refreshmento. .ttuamj, k. m. i. at um.Tr.ue r , rnl..-rat, nil I can. If I were Just n tutlous. of the that they .... ... .... UIHI-- i VMM... innVo more noise i who.-parents re nn iw 4vw.-- . fnvnr tlui sick. ...mlinilVlini ....... 3D'unurgUeSi Mrs. .v Mr. T. M. Shanks of Columbus O.. tho past year, but Iinrortttoc. ns thev supplied tho tho n Collier, Mrs. IHIIH overthrow of this groat iniquity. Wo Mr. Carl Vanhook and family havo tablo and family needs. sionned ove Saturday with, his son ceiitly moved to SLnnford.Jias rjatrieu inhiwnUnr. Mrs. Joe Mount and (..,. u I then wont over to sco a man on .p fo -lated, at tho S. IJ. S. H0 Is u s"od Mrs. IT. D. Simpson. The sumptuous SUank8- Mr lv mother nnd father, sister and nso Ureo all frlomli of temperance, leturncd to Kentucky from a , 1 don't ,ourl,ty and good government to rally year.' -- ojourn in Indiana. Ho will Uy0enioyeend" are Mr. D. B. Fox. who on February 21st athlete and will greatly strengthen th.-brot.e. Mlnorcas of n hear and pulled oase hall team. that stato oxcept wltl. their Influence and voles, to hold nmke. his home hero In the future. ! ,.lEhbor of mine. salng he was only slipped off a hay stack and know much nbout by all. place has ROing to 1llg0 thoroughd'ed Jowls. r,i8 Nearly nil tho country papers of thoj The Ladles' Aid Society wll' meet 8houlder out or Joint is suffering ttuu they have lota of "shoot nnd the ground w0 have already gained. Johnny Barbour, ot this 1 found tho house wife nt although state are printing tho annual financial Saturday afternoon at the homo or when the election Is over y believe It would bo a dlsgraco and gone to Indiana to spend tho summer. On ariUIng t dca,, wUh ,t booze" and lnPptace aCt.vcrla.llng shanio for the good old R. B. McRobcrts on Danville ave Mr. Jay Wheeldon hai rented his homo . statement of the different counties was pulled back it take, a long. long tlm0 to co.unt n uXvall:,c to Mr. J. J. Warren for lho com- - Blck nn. ghe wan(cd to know county of Llncolu and go back to the farm j to MJss Mar Burke who u tcacujns required by the law which saya that , tho vote. Walter, a reading citizen of ng season havlnng decided to go Into u0 ror thpm. iut.-m-. one 0n 0lnK out t0 look .hi. urhnoi flnishpd Frldav March tho Fiscal Court shall annually publish Kino1 Mountain. LI "My Uiey io sornp ci columns, them I round about fl'ty o' tho fl wlth one craduate a boy who toolr n list of every dollar or the people' his two popular young nephew of ou'e got a Ho it further resolveed. That we the mercantile business nt thlx plnre. ntorn know when .ti Iik.IiIdb birds I eicr saw Their ir leli IngUlon and Mr. lYank money paid out. to whom it was paM this city. Messrs. J L. and 0 L, Wa'- I'm not a- earnestly request our pruient officials tellnw licked for good. t,n(I heads weic swollen ttelr i11" January exanMuatIon th large tor have bought countj establishment of out G. Hurt. furnitureLincoln printed in teaching was there, but I would rather to strictly onforco the law ion thli for Indiana Ieb. JS, nlso his sUter nostru runnln? Bnu ,Uey wero no iinid in co Tho loi.rof. ciell Breeding who is F. 1 told year, and none thli year as yet cal vouue men will liav charge of big west uud oticstlon nnd wo nledeo them our sup- - Utcompanled them. h)r hn hiipIIiv f'Hv school will close about last 'moro than flesh and bone nut hnr In the .... I know what was tho matter and nsk- , Mlai Nell Ballard of Highland Tho nttonUon of tho honorabl0 court tho business for the present, but our (Signed). f ,h h ink mr chances with tho hot winds ,,ort u thfs behalf ....-- .. w w ..-wiiu ner sister, .urs. nnuie uuunu), "';-- ' respectfully called to tne statute II. T l.UNSFORD. Ch'm'n. nml 1'oimlints, She took me to an old shed that hnd 11Sii Lucy .icunoni. nnd Luclen Dunn it hero from Lincoln or this place. . whch provides Indictment and tine',,, nwlt0 wll mov0 II. THORNTON. n a barn nm, wag now ,cft ng and young HIgn "I thing It Is Just great to help hl8 home Miss Mnud Nelson Malted hor rnnu WOrth!ess, doors nnd windows wore P. K. PAIIRISH, miss jiona McDonald, or Danville, against the members of the cou.t f Dr. Shelton, a returned missionary rotehrato Washington's birthday, for open crack). In the walla and even paronu Saturday nnd Sunday. bap- ifrom Thibet, delivered two excellent F. L. THOMISON. with her they fall to havo this done. he waa a flno man. He didn't s,cnl ,ntlirdnv nnd talka at tire Christian church Sunday , Mr. James McClure nold his farm Planks off. I asked the lady If any ot AIte,r tho aboo resolutions were -- pan lo b ii born In ICnixias, but no o .. -uuu i luem were layinc. i wanieu imornire nnu evemiiK. iuo uu gmp,,,. MS8 yiola Roberta or Brotlhcad Is; lmlp tlait. I bcllevo he would rtu,t th0 cougregntlon or near fivo ior js.uju. night win especially Instructive ard lf Bhc ,md nny otber coi.ldu't A Good Fight Mr. Will McClure is suffering Irom aui lo(, mo (noy worp not j toId lDr !was to the young people. ltj had hundred peoplo rose to their feet, Sn hpf )arentJ Mr and Mr8 K bava como to Kansas If he'd ... lo scnu 10 town ior u.o uesi roup cure wlh . The Mission Study Circle will do ratifying tho ".ng gouen yoisouuub tlnw. niHl a railroad ticket. He could thereby unanluiously Keller held Tuesday afternoon nt the homo finish- - BEING hatchet ou n report. Taken all in nil It wa. a stir- - hi .eye BETTER of Mrs. Wm nurnett. MADE Hopkins who has FOR Mr- - """-eilrds'a gooj warnTboue. bar. tried his little havo .Sot Uk Nannit, leiains is waiiuig l SCHOOLS IN STATE. wlu1 litilg row out hore and 1 bet rDK temperance mcotlng. The thief who robbed Davidson H ecn ,lor s,nco m,t , know hor ,)roflt c(l an eBnt month8 school nt Saufloyi Walker's store one night last week, M. O. Kennedy will soon go to Somenict. depend on, whether she made a change ear jtaywood has returned home and Ma father wouldn't I iuo sold n word. ' n or not. has been caueht. After some close Miss Mattl0 Bryant organld wilt enter school again. "If Mr. Washington could atop off urynntsvlllo to nm a aloro In connec- James Speed or Louisville. wntoMng It wai soon found thnt Hnsel , m.w n. Mr. K. U. society or itojai oeig mora Horn, on February 25th to Mr. andwll0 f, Kanan. today, and see her broad- tlou wllh his brotheMn-l.w- . th IeaiUnB lcctUrer In lho Wallaro a negro bov. 14 years out, wo railroad Mitcm. whool a)s- nijk..on. M. O. Is u llvo wire any- - V"u;u l!Wt Ihursdn) nigni. anu looking nil over the coun- Mrs Lindsay Carney a flno girl baby. torost 0r rural schools, gavo his loo- - was the guilty ono Ho hnd bm n buy.. . and we bellevo lho new wlhli them much success. i,oro, h,. ,tiy that things can bo greatly inipiov- - Mrp. Carney was Miss LUHe iiouins. tlire "Schools here Thoro and Every-,cd- . ing c'othing and paying for It In nick auto ayatom. nud divorce ayatom cln and dime, r.r.d tnese Mcrs t.. If poultry is prorttablo under Eiich . WW Wid ui butt. whcro And would firm wm jneet with success aaiUa't ha stilckorT last Saturday night In lho nf money thnt had beer joiyj Carpcatcr and son. Cltva- !.graded school t.ourt house to a good crowd. He stoln. The boy was arro tea nud see our womon In imllo t ir Junction City a't RHEUMBTiSM husband- - CM,no from Florida Saturday to vl it Iwl.hli' slrlrts. taking their gave vivid accounts ot me poor bcuooi tried and sent to the. School of Iteform conditions what would tru result ho schools aim me ainrciiiiiu Creendalc. the fumllles of S. D. Carpenter and CURED BY rwp mahvcl OF THE ,f Pr0Pprl)" rarod for? Why, poultiy school this week. W't to olu? Vtthnusei nnd plead for n better school at Mra. Stephen Walker was hostess .; will produce more clear money for A,bort Crabtrce who has been 111 v, 11 Cummins. t They will spond 1 know ho would like to attend au Ho presented atereoptloan Friday nftcrnoon to tho members of CENTURY, n a fL TEST ED :'0R 30 YEARS. of typhoid fever and was Improving vl-ahowInK concrete sanitary stock the L'mbroldory Circle. Aa the day t'A MUa' reunion here. He would Bom time hero- - before returulng to of hearm . . oduct . .... b.ln.-t- - linalfilnV Ills bums near which stood school bulld- - wiui a bright, sunshiny one. many par ,v...-- ,. ilaH up and suy: "My dear peo--- tholr bom,, at Red Hock. Okla. not gei loins, per- -. Then vhv do we K.kn Rlde-lin- . io wor aimiu-- . u 1UM.Aehlmr bones, swollen .... .. . T. Walker's hospitality, sho .. .. -Mint F1BUT l.nvl Rnwilu. Iinushl n row anil calf '...... Inclnnil nt Intllnrr 11 .....u.l nf vnn) You've sfluelclli. miW' Mlss Sallla lngs with crannied walls and thatched took of Mrs. meeting more Inviting by also lilt. rA..v. Tho Stato wide Commmlttee making tho WllUon and with" pure Botanical Ingredients. To will run IUol(T Well what aro wo go vaught a trained ntKse Is attending, iImj Uidlan, sraBshoppor nud chinch 0r Dabney Davis Tor $31. ,on nlrai schools Is waging an uggres- - Eorvtnj.' a delicious V lunch. loft . nB to do to remedy these defects? i..nnvn von are iro- Hnw.i.r. i,,..hi nnmrnivos from John rrm If wo will send vou n TTenny Mr nnd Mrs S "i awe campaign and the work should ,tt?L'02"";-?- - vumuj .K SamDl. Treatment Free for n trip to Cuba. Mrs. Kmmn .. i. w.t.. tho :.... -- , ... ... . ,., .. uny on irum i.u..u .u..n, T... -. ' Buh hai returned to fcrr homo lnbayo bone pains, sciutlca or mang gtore nnd x ,ne 0.d lady's hen a.f v..w l'- l-. nnWFN. Now. If you would have Thro li practically no effort In d tucklan. Tho Stato Wide Conference Richmond. Dr. J. L. Slavln. of DanoX-ltot get .Id oj th.s section for another tobacco crop JJC.iS rcr-ectua. you must hero, ocate l.s be'he.d In Iutsvlllo March 2D th U Mr. Fred Gibson started for Ash.anl will several who havo had to almost glv lcn Jmts or awoMcn muscles, dltll- - jj" J' to" ...,t .unfleww. old bnohe'oa. .. , tlni. (Uve If a good cleanlnr .11,., .i.i n.1.1 1. fnmllv wll wh.n- liiislnesfl men anu Pimcaiors cru. vuuna ... m... --u r""-.their crop away, and tueii lost hoav cuity in movinB nn ...Bw... lu.a n part and ?. or t.0 iv trrlna on tho Frisco. Ktnin wflll ,llgcull8 "- " garet Arnoia nns returnwi 10 niuinu. crutencs sain , by so dolii". iisauro us llmt they nro to rcai bu.lnoiE Strln the start lu about n monin. ,.- - "'" ....... ... ......i uiooa nun .i.irtir... 1" ln3 p P rtrnwn .i nw.rtnlnlnD in the betterment D.m.u i.wtli,,lo wren ""' ?,."-?- . "T, E. dono with, tobacco for good. Moro( . ""M ".".."'"-:- ',' B"- - ""- - houses put In new wlnoow glass, damp Arthur Statum Is visiting leumes or ". ANOTHER RICHMOND rvonw-1KUUUU" "n out, for end I'H.iiB mm uini.u, .u.j.jubv, t atonoennn, broken I'" "' ,i,ia week 111010 wheat. .Mr. Josh Wilson one of tho lending cor t.nnlc Blood Balm (B. B. D. which .e no ma, 'causes of roup nt J" a This movement has received the un- - he held nn is" ln "f ' Mr. J. F. "Russell and wife Wkln moves overy symptom, because B. B. and Oamegrnl of tho Baat End, was hore ,,, ed endowment of Uio n,tuiSa'li0 ,n ch,na palntlnR M M that I. profit cant be. NeM t Hw of on tingling flood IB. sends a BROUQHTONTOWN. at ivurt laH week, nud told a numSuperintendent of Kentucky, and all et llennlck ,8 , Lousvllo for treat warm, rich pure blood direct to tho all one kind of feed', name Is Nancy Katharine Russell. nt IiIh friends that ho would b a .,....... m uuu u, u.o nerves, uones ami jom, hut of course fow a tn nnphnnnn l vlsltlns her ne leaning acnooi men ua wen mine Mr. Tom Hopper has moved back parniyicu .e rjndidato for the nomination for Jailhas returned Vrage and pick up tho line- giving warmth and strength Juat forested In Kentucky, pro wHa.o.0Borjr Dakota. Mlsi to Nel hut Ho hns boon n wheolhorso for to Lincoln county from Frankfort and whore It Is needed nnd In this way ,.r pi of their II vln but not a'l. We daughter, RrU m.n M home In North .., .. -. mmPr,n,llr . . jonnaion. 01 i.ex.ncton, is uxiiuvu-- i n - -. . w. W"- ivn iiuiititirii at meni. . ... i.n v.v. inciin.. nir. i.r rho.i ..r. for 3 ycara and will doubt- - has bought a farm of F. M. Deacon on Iimniii .. r.rrot ... ttie Prof. Speed will g.v an adder lmpetuth,0 week for rk.nQgWhenmaVnd the layVg hen I. D' d 7Tvarren and plko. niatlsm In all tta forms, Crag Orchard Cora V -- i,mk a nood raco. Mojnt and awaken Kentucky to a sense o,t friends. Mr. -" uroughtontown la building up It uaa ...... . Llnlo Daugherty. In Somerset .V"" ., " T. n,t,:; ln?. wor.K'"K "e"'. greater prldo In -- - rural "u".... , "Vj hyja Bank Hudson,visiting relaof Danv.ll a broom factory In operation and Is '"n rc.nVFn. enta and docto a navo . Mr.. Mack Moor, has been confined WHAT DO YOU undoubtedly re.was a yllt()T nore Saturday. Mlsa Fd , (ThIa movement will . ... . Mtf ItflllUI'U a. t.AH ur A...A wuuuw.w.u .... TDia niiouf ... .incneH, aeen wun w her room over a year. ,.L .,. juue-KNOW ABOUT THI8T making good brooms. u .? . ." .: n i iu wciii fc..,4 .i ion j ", -- .. k.m. ' r "- -"" Asker IlarteU la doing a good bull- - or by exprew. t PUR I.AR0K BUT-- chaff. This chaff Is easily secured. It Mra. If. Young who baabe.n vory, " . ".w .A. IXr'ftS a A. Hardin boa boon aeciareo Chas. ,uy .Ni be "Uber ttll. TVUB,f eornl wooks ,B B0W lmProv' "1 democratic nominee for circuit new In tho mercantile 'line. He la ft TLs i stomach and liver Chamberlain ... ,h- - . -- - Mrcararrard.Bolo.Lln nice man and will treat you rltftt ?J.!".?.rA"ni-- mumuii umivn .... ..... -- -" . jw.ftv . . 1.0m inmuiu uuu ibis mm mano mum worn ior 11. 1. ... Mr n. ll. Ftox fell from a Hay bibck . Kill rntarrn vnrtna ana .. oanisn CK.'i.u.h. n'" :.. .,., " and rellsbl. . c.:-. ..i SZ7. '.- Ma n.ni n. .livfnd and when vou ara In hla store. an,i " n....i -.. - -- u -. o,u. wn u ui,,,.. i -- "- T.nn.r iu Lu.u uhuivh viu miwi mv uvw ijiiwium been praised by thousands of larra oy --BrewvaiBK7uyuBjei.;DnuBii-B-.' iQ. and nsa in the chaff. nud threw hi shoulder out of place h.w.inr na .nlttlnz nulckly go. o,nm... .hn hav n..n v. H. Burch. of Lincoln, will Ilka Itobort Turner haa bold his farm to rAAtor.d In . . Next I tb arrangement for having Bn,i nr. Btealo from Juactlon t Peanr KuaraBtcea It. Comolete out- k thrnimh thnir .n(l nid nnl ih. riamrvrsf. ri.krlsa Plnmmor. anil Bnh.rt Titrnup (Jet TO.ir tlCUClS early ior IUO COD Ihlj food trouiid. The food paBoa to p.. Md ' p, ,rom MoreUad to fit l eitra bottlaj 60 cent. At- - na. yarchaaea another from Frank Do itl!fi4yTaMeVa?dVSJ cwtlvo properUea. Sold by G. L. or " for tne'om I .UB VI.T WU MVR1 i;iT U .S Poany. . " Uatr; 35 ceati. card and here la where the process of HEAVY DAMAGES ,0 OOOUOOOOOOOOOOO.Oj O O WHAT C0N0RE88 DID a O O Four Murder Cases HOW TO INCREASE .. thinO ''";? ' - i rd - ": ' llur-d-tl- hn nr lir TZtnree.Vrom o-- Hrt W1, iraVer .rotng. Pl ! ..;. i """""o ououotioooi.oooooo " :: .' - ..., ,:,,"' 'T.T" "w I .rrv., :;; o, ,,.1. for ij HsuRhihurs.mren 1 .prnl l. " J ZuTZS0 Jto 8UtlloVChoKen.nnn?ftSSu thoroughly e-- y Tn a .... M'rT VZ ...i j se? rIl in 5., ne. ( Life-line.- JZ: "'"ji .,..,.., !..,,. ' ' lt C.-J- ., rVSS 1 rm, c,r t? i 'iYS'a.WnH "f .LLwVrlf .. ". on , i(i oouu e .. lt u-- i w, ' V b-- e - j Con.-Cn.ekcr- K'Q;" K,X VcSTall . J ,'. "i nur , - W ii. 1 ... -- a -- ih'i -- -- n .,"" u.-u.l.- 1 t. tr, ' 1 ... " e'h"Ju, ... - :?.Tn"lwUBXUSehtl.. " ' ik r-- t'i .,-- , '. ... w- .'.. .. 1 .: ... .,.iv .;,., ,-- - .;. "" . ?? ue r'.' -- ...... ..u frfirSfarrStft 1"? u0 r "." Wed-nesda- . .,i va I ..,i, . vlHhaj ..' .. J '"-"- , who -- ""t' """ ",." '"' ZT nv i hr - ity .iin X" ,,, Xd n ,., 'fv'' '.." ""'i,r nMvrt 'r -. -- v IJ .- ... .... u uu ",'..C r"""" "'ZVi r..ZV' .' J"' "T -,-- ;M.oU .fv -- . 1 ...j - ...... ... .... i.ju .? ' tV: "1.7T" r":i .. hre ... ..r. toraeji4eni lWaV' Cownen! rtoWcll t.i f.n p.' "JSBWi WS rOUWMAL. TUESDAY, MARCH 7, In Fanners Business. tVMIT Interior Journal. pwtnw AN FH-R- IY metTon savpoy TVB6BAT Hie arc religion, education and good roads All of us need moro religion, met of us would profit by a llttlo morn "Virnln"' and God knowp wo need better roads hcr0 If wo expect to get to n good "hereafter". Douglas plat form should provo a vote-gette- lit b ll fc IKS 1 1, ii H m One dollar per acre cash and one dollar per acre every month will get you a farm of 10, 20 or 40 acres in Southern Florida. No interest on deferred payments, and no taxes to pay until all payments are made. I Steps will undoubtedly bo taken nt next meeting of tho Kentucky I'rcss Ansoclatlon looking to Uic exDEMOCRATIC TICKET. pulsion from membership In that anFor Circuit Judge. dent, honorable and upright organiza tion of Messrs. John Q. Pulllam and HON. CIIAni.KS A. UAItDIN, U. M. Hutton, publishers of tho Hap of Mercer County rodsburg Herald. In their last Issue they announced that "Messrs. Pulllam Kor n whllo It looked as If the domo & Hutton have cred tho Fiscal cratle nomination for Representative Court 13,000 cash lor tho old clerk's WE GIVE particucounty would go from Garrard omeo building m alio stands." Thc en lar attention to the nut something seems to sud- tiro flock of rural roosters will un denly awakened the ambitions of a doubtedly agree with, us that any news business of the farnumber of gentlemen in that good paper or its proprietors with three county. Thursday's Kecord contained thousand cold slmcolcoru in cash lymers. We cordially the announcement of J. A. Doty and ing loose In tho tilt can be fit only for John M. Farra both of whom want to treasons, strategems and spoils and un mnnvBMS'BfvaaxwrB;a invite them to make "er; hiiiub represent Garrard In the next General worthy of associating with tho purists this their BANKING Assembly and It also had references of the press. They nro undoubtedlj to the probable candidacy of Judgo M. malefactors of great wealth, obtained HOME. Any of through gross graft held February 13th, 1911, Hon. James D. Hughps and J. O. Bogle. of some dark na these would make a fit candidate and ture unknown to deponent P. Unlloy Judge presiding. 80PA8 All of n capablo Representative. In the matter of tho petition of the Judgo these arc farmers except "" P"1'" 0" 'o coom. more 1 hero's a local option olcctlon on In cltlxeas of McKInney, Ky., for a com- HughcJ. Mr. noglo lias served one are lots or uormnns coming in and Trigg county and In each issue of the mon grnded school. term In the Legislature and Mr. Doty paylnR fair prlct-for farms. Mr. C col. At the last regular terra of tho Lin- - ch was county clerk for eight years. Nelth Cadiz Tlccord tho "drys" have a w,ro ,8 pult0 ,,.r;Corgo ere of tho other gentlemen has ever umn of argument why liquor should coin count! court, held Janu. Denny had his foot cut very bnd held office, though! for years both kept out whll0 another column Is 11)11, a petition signed by John Mont- - Ethel Giles was tho guest of her sir have been strong and influential men taken by tho "wets" advancing their and pro gomery, O. C. Smith. G. A. Hughes.,1" Adft Thompson Sunday-- Mr. In democratic ranks. In Doylo county side of tho Issue. Doth aro very Ur3ranl I,rown wcrc lhc UCRt' of perly paying advertising rates and A. C. Dllilon. J. L. Beck, T, W. tho Legislative contest waxes warm. ."aaghtcr Mrs. Ada Thompson Francis Douglas is using printer's Ink each Is getting a square deal. When ker. C. H. Wright. J. W. Cocking. V.,the,r Saturday.-Th- cre was n peach supper Editor Lawrence desires to express O. True. Claude BuUer, John Sluder. lavishly nnd in lengthy cards in the -Don tho question ho does It W. H. Hughes,. O. A. Mastln. W. J.,at U Hamptons Saturday night Advocat and Messenger outlines bis his vlows will locale - Thompson and family , uncan, S. A. Montgomery. C C Smith jWmeT platform, the chief planks of which In his edltornl columns. Ed. Gooch, J. J. Durham. C. L. Piles. ,on tho Crab Orchard and Somerset eorge and O. Singleton, Superintendent ot Plko nnl Pt un K00l", "Rain -Gcommon schools of Lincoln county., 8mllh nna wlfc' of Woodstock were UC!,t3 of Ilrrftnt Hur and A. K. Caldwell. W. Landgraf. Jns.,tn Urlffin cal,c1 on MUs Maml C,,ap T. Mundy, and Geo. W. Hunn memunday.-T- ho Infant son of liar bcre of Lincoln county board of edu.,11 Droughton died at the ago of cation, nuking that graded common,' --A. H. Noaks I, very school district, bo established wlth.thr,o weeks SUSlO Tur- ... .VOOTtT With a COUgh.-.hn !,nnrtnrt- - n. fttvr , ucr visited Mrs. R. C. Prow Itt Sunday Beginning at Coffey's store, thenco Johnnie Reynolds and Ife nro stay to Sam Douglass Including him Whence Mr, Win Jack ing at Win. Jackson' to Dave Sluders' Including him, thence t sen and wife arc visiting J. II. Ilnrrls including It, to Bob Glvcai placa Wo, have a broom factory here Mr thence to Dick Cooler including him, I Bell has moved his iua'hin0 here o thence to Cogers, Including hlr do a blf of work. Itcbert Tumor ha thonce to the Hanging Fork bridge boiRht n farm from Frank Delan'r, near J. a. urpa,r p:ce. inenco i.. w yrM fce ,.,, when Uro , 0 M ho Fowler bridge C. N. O & T. i"InB8ton , ,Me l0 preacU A,airiA are located (n the bet and healthiest part of Florida where the frost never files and where It It. at crossing of tho ustonvlllonumbcr of frlcn(llJ raed on n, A These lands the sunshine glows every day In the year. This Is the belt plan In the world to save some of your earnings graded school district, thenco to Hall slrn.Ieton aU(. wlfo Saturday evening each month and at the same time have it Invested in good real estate which Is advancing In value all the tlme... Auaerson mciuaing mm, tnenco to J. t0 henr th0 graphophone Dave Har II Floyd's Including blm, thence to This land Is now selling for $30 per aere next year It will be much higher. Buy now while you can ris and wlfo havo gone to Illinois to Wllllo Rontons including him, thence join her sister thcro- - EWo and Ilea get the pick.. Sixty days allowed you to go and lnvestlgate the land after making the purchases, and if you are to Richard Scudder's Including blm, ty Auderson have also gone to 11 Ino a Round trip from Somerset $25. If you can't go now, make your purhot satisfied you money will be refunded. place InGeo. chase while you can get the pick and you can go and Investigate later, and f you are not pleased, get your money thence to thenceMcKlnney'sMobley-- j In - Mis. Martha and Catherin Lay are cluding It to J. S. preparing to go to Nebraska to job seo us, or write for one of our booklets describing the country and lands. back. If Interested call and eluding him, tfconso to and crossing f.helr lo'tbc. Sherman Wivn ha Read what Is said by some Kentucklans, who have bought some of these lands. railroad C. N. O. & T. P. It. It. near bought the Money farm for $80(t. Mr County Attorney Redwlne of Elliott county, writes us that after seeing the land, he and Judge Redwine James Yocum, thence with tho Green Ellr.a Dlanton Is very low ulth con bought more than they had contracted for originally, and that they think the price will double Itself In a short river pike to the beginning. suiUition. .lames Chappclt nnd wil Mr. John W. Waddle and Mr. Meece, both of Somerset, have Just returned from there to make Investigatime. And It appearing to the court that are in Indiana visiting friend". T.b Mr. Waddle tells us he betion of this land and both were so well pleased that they bought land while there. all ot the said petitioners are leg' new church mar Holdams Mill Is ol Get in now while you can get choice s8lectlon. Act now It will sell at $100 per icre In a few years. lieves white voters, residents and taxpayers most up now. Mtss Minnie Nuylor and write us to day. In the said proposed graded common and Mint. Bertha Prewilt were the WE WANT 80ME GOOD AGENT8 IN LINCOLN COUNTY OR MIGHT GIVE THE ENTIRE COUNTY TO school district, lu tho town of McKin RUOits of Mis Dashn Plummor SunGOOD. GOOD PROPOSITION TO RIGHT PARTIES. ONE MAN WHO CAN MAKE r.oy, Ky., and in the Hustonvllle mag-i- f day D. A Singleton and wife wcri lerlftl district No. 1 and tho side de nn the guest) of MIhi Marihn signaled for the school house to be Sunday. It'a Thompson was the on th common school bou grounds guest of Mrs C'happell Friday. iu McKInney, Ky., and It furthor Uiat a majority of tho trusWOODSON MAY Manager. tees In each of the common school SOMERSET, KENTUCKY. PHONE 210. ROOMS 4 and 5 MASONIC BLDG. districts embraced in whole or part FarMM. ni r r - i.B. f!riVMnn - faM - Ci,lBAnAMA :-in spld proposed graded common tttti:-::l;"-----;A school district, herein consented to an the establishment of the snld propes BO ed graded common ifchool dlbtrlct,! and have endorsed their consent In a writing upon said petition, and It further appearing that Garland Slugl ton :o2Jt Superintendent of common senooN of; Llneoln rcunty, lifts 0Mientd to the "I luve used CO etitnbllshmt nt ni the said propod UIk Sloan's iJnl rj" .t on a fine mare forrplint M comparison-wit- h trlct. and liai endofMd his const nt CH 'andcuretlhei. ThU 110 In writing upon the snld petition an makes thc third provided by law, and fdso the Lin horse I've cured. Have recommended it to my neigh coin oounty Board of Education bu nr, .. ford as sccoad clrKs rnaiT. tho Entered nt jiostefflee at Stan- If UnrtA --ten J'MV as n IhMiinh wa . u vsii u ii P, iii iq mi tttit may be ablo to forgive him for not! Kr..u.iB our rciuuu ui yu,0 mr our. Carriage nd Wagon Work done -nallVA llv rt Qnti tVnnrlarn ftr Ihn - (..IW.W SWI . 1U !. ,l w'""" ""'"H "'"" A dispatch f rom "" """ 1'nnanm Kxpojltlon. flood as new. All werk Washington says Heprcscntatlvo llar,en' men11 ver Helm has come forward with In- - ouaranteed. We solicit part of your Ho proposes patronage. tercstlng suggestion;!. &. GREER PRICE, that as soon as tho primary Is over' n Democratic "hnrmony dinner" shall Someret St., Stanford, Ky. be held In Kentucky when all lenders will meet n round festal board with od said tax shnll ba npproyed, by tho Ben Johnson, toast master. said voters. Th0 officers of tho dec- Un w"l mako duo roltirn of tho ro-nftcrsam.i date of tho democratic state 'f"uhf -- ld 0,cct'.n n onS II. Cooper, Th0 J. primary has been postponed from',. Clerk Lincoln county court. May 27 to July 1 so as to nllow ni i may deslro to become candidates THE PRETTIEST GIRL YOU EVER ho nmplo tlmo to mnko their campaigns. MET McCreary already has the nomination for governor In his vest pocket. Now A beautiful Art Panel and Calendar, let's select n ticket of high class men printed In 13 colors and gold Is be-t'Ing siren away by the Farmer Hogo with him, lnchoi (lew, Chicago, III., site 7 II will bo sent .to anyone for It) cent or io cuvcr tu-- i oi NOTICE OF ELECTION postage ana pacKing. uct one ocioro Regular terra Lincoln county court, sui'l'ly Is exhausted. . KI --ea lilt. . Horse Shoeing, '"" ! ft v --- ""' ,.!.. !.. - A Real Gift 4 to 1 7 Years o o o o o o o ..',,, We haveabout 50 boys'knee J pant suits. All of them with nam, .Button Trousers. Almost any size from The best things you ever saw o for an everyday or school suit. The original price was $2 to $5 i You can see some 'of them in o fc - lllllllllinillllll state Mm our windows this week at s g Trust (o. o 1.5Q. $2, & 2.SO. a $1, a o Wa.-,Mw- the suit. Now these are CASH I PRICES. Do not ask us to ff charge them. C tit- - 1Q DOLLARS A MONTH, Buys a Farm in Florida lO r H. J. IVlcRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. J MrS. QQ&Q&m&azaTi TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS am now located on Fourth street, with (he best equipped stnblo In Danville nnd will be flud to sec yo'i at any time. And will show tho ladl especially courteous treatment. 8. D. F. LOGAN. 1 - hrp;ni iv;rprc SERVED IN ANY WE HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUN STYLE. THE PEST HEffl, Corson's in town -- ni Resteiranf. whin It comes to supplying high grad lumber Vp know of non" trnt hir nmh btter lumber, mighty f.n vho cm offr good Hut 'Von where our l'imlr can bo matrhed our prices cunnot (live us jour next ordm- and - how much lss It Uikea to a Job nnd how much smaller Uk bill Is nolke fin-It- J. A ALLEN, StonfartJ, Ky. Somerset Real Estate Agency. - CONCRETING toltlon l.iuunil klmli oi un litu-fritting. ucb Werk PnTu.M ml. It. fact. .. ran uiak an Uun. from . ym home down ton r. IM..i . -yon pruiuptlr and lunranu-art- - , . , T l work nnd ml( t boforo you buy your matvrlal at liul M-.mixtt-rla- .ui ik Splintwmv Cured Wearrln ur ITS THE LITTLE THINGS :- THAT COUNT PHILLIPS BROS.. Mnfid, K. I A HOUSE'S OVCRCOAT it J. C. McUary, . And the Cost is Small in time lost in not having them when you need them. Remember we have the following articles in stock; Wire-pliers- Posthole Diggers? Long and Short handle shove! S, Spades? Mattox, Grob hoes: Monkey wrenches? 3xx Tine Brace-bit- s - ? Saws, Hatchets, Chiselsj Hammers. Drawkni ves, .u nliHnrN.1 9m h 2iin ild rul!i.n Wj and title day the Mid petition aprH BO peared in open court and Jme P. 2 Hulls.. Judgo of tho Lincoln county court, nerved with thorn Hist the pro potod graded common school district ZV Bit shall be as heretoforo described, und -- I keep on hand yur Sure Colic Cure for myself and neigh, bora, and I can certainly recommit it for CoUc" S. E. Smith, McDonoegh, Cm. uied. Mb. It. W. Parish, of Brlitol, Iad.,H. No. 3, writes: "I have wed lots of your Liniment for horsM and myself. It Is tho bent inlincnt in the world. 1 cured cue of my horses of thrush, lfsr feti were rotten; thc frogs oam oat ; she bid down most of tho time. I thought she would di, hut 1 used the Lmlment at directed and hn never lies down born for tlmli ami t.- r.S. I find it the best Luilmrnt I ever jj a icon. Die lightest to the heaviest roiu tiii urn y blanket for rod u ii e jilalu but Mrvieeabl oue for tU t itii.- Lttir) klttal of stable utensH u.i c,t O.I, of eoartw, and reiuuinable 'ii .iii.o. Vho have to he to conform to our h.iriicds standard - laid oi aiK. i. hv. eer 1?3 EP 'fc. i3 ' HfiiiaL- - rY a. ?asig UNDERTAKER J ' . C. McCLARY, . Stanford. - AND EMBALMER i v Cured Thrush. omre '1'huno TAHFOHD. 1C7 tloiun lig!llie court being sufftolontly advlne! aa ed. It is now ordered and ndjudgca g that W. L. McCorty Sheriff of Lin j loof V. i.'. Spring Suitings coin county, bo and Ijjj Is horcoy and ordered to cause n poll toJe opened ' 5 lu tho town of McKInney, Ky., and an Sgj election to bo thor0 held on tho 1st gar day or April, 1911, same being moro dttithan forty (40) days after tlio entry; "y of this order, to take Uio sonso of the Sj3 ni in the now." punches Etc. theirs Forks? Btssh-suath- s, Harness- - Your neighbors will appreciate your buying some o the above, as you som etiaes forget to return W. E. PERKINS, "ifnViVrJ,-4'yMi-it-rj'-fiiii CiORCHA! ir-i- - ICE sTICKY. tyjiwniiWjPirjNiyiiiTti' -- 'common school district, whothi q9 or thero sluill bo levied and collected g nn nimual tax of thirty (30) cents ' ga on ouch ono hundred (100) dollars should be in every stable and apzx vcrin oi taxable proporty nsso-cito In said proposed graded common plied at the first sign of lameness. You don't need to rub, it penetrates. school district, belonging to whit0 per will kill a spavin, OH tax M.isonu nnd corporations, and a poll,..curb or splint, re. ..nil.... uu uuuti jumu ,iiiuuui- n..U nuu uu.iur duce wind puffs vm tnnt uycr 21 years of age, residing and swollen joints, grnded In said proposed common and is a sure nnd school dUtrlct, for tho purposo of speedy remedy for STANFORD, KV. PHONE 200 maintaining graded common school, swecney, founder and thrush. In the said proposed graded common W.---M---WK- mr school dUtrict, and for the purposo of wr. PAY purchasing or erecting suitable "bolld-lnHI8HIMT CASH PKT8e M Price, 60c. and fl.OO Tor AH ef tirtre"or a provided by t""C cm Moan' IhioU oa l.irMi.t4jatlle, !.rep friMfeoe if iron tubool ltw The off'eers of the n.nl .nil try Mini HOIe AND FUn WANTED urlll nlai lmtu. .h matfl tPltl free. A.ltlreM NOW. voters In the said proposed common Dr. Earl S. Sloan, LAND & Ml I'HAffAN B (.chool district to vote for five -- r- i'-- , n a. tf tvi' -.rmr-. . tra ,.-.-- ..., j a e3 graded SIOAM'S LINIMENT s -- ... JL ii' new apring and summer MmpJe-nu. now realty for our inspecttea. li y riuir!c the beet on th fnarkei I '.ii ult aiuuue an to price who had his riulhM mde to order. A suit nut dp to mr mrisuie Is preferable to re idy marie clothes. To bare them mude to measure doewit mat moro than romly msdw when Quality fit Is H.ioic fireman aing ime and me tnko considered. t'oms In oml lot yotir measure. 1.1 '. a big flro il dprvc ilnruiuiu 'ii dat!'n tif evervhrdv, jnwt tm the mini H. C. RUPLEY. The I'raotlcql Tailor does that has his homo tnxured !.i lime, nnd when 11 Ih dtrii)-ohr rire jh the "long gteen" whounvttli to btillil a netv otin No one knr.w " hor welcome n few thousnnd dollarh nr when left homeless but the msn v bo has "been there." o, us In rrre wA v sure you In our company and be ready for emergencies. W. S. FISH I J,L.Beazley&CoM It ...t - .- fistula, m i5aaBa&vc UNDHflTAKIfW AN& ALSO BAL IN rURNITURE, RU88. THEY WILL RXCHAN6E fURNITURE FOR ALL KINa OF STOCK. eiVE THIM A CALL. PRICE W MAT-YINS- g F-- n rs P fllnn I v i" T -- -? ''r rwwguii upwr iKiia U IfUBSDAY, ' Jntl mwtrud a frmtt btt oltto ofl At MARCH 7, 1911. i itWK '' Till! VfANPrtrtO KKNTWRK! rf Tcrjr Btore. rennj n BKSflfC WTKWOR lOoKNrtt. Dr Bliss nntlve herbs fe greatBatcihman, Btnnford.aold by Mary Ad- I Mw ConsrMftnan PBRSGTW1A ' u '. ftliiluird Hcmldor, of McKlnnoy, took I m - V. If, Vearen. Mla Kiln May Hanndcra hns fctreet Cx - Sheriff I am now selling tho latest inaga-r.lne- s (Ico H. Bton0 nnd Chin. from tho cltlea where alio laid of Warren hnta. and newspapers. Ulve mo your Ilhodea wero amon tho vliltlng attor In tho Intent thing In Indlca' tic companlei lovvett rate. In fnahler II. II. Hutcheaon, of ono of aure yoor property today with B. M. no a from Danvlllo during tho recent rubicrlptlons. 1 can js'o you incney Tennessee, tho lending banks of Owcnton, waa Newland. 5.100. term of circuit court. $ t. i .1. GUiocr, Hustouvlllc, In a letter horn Rnndav with hi brother. Oaah Mr. J, W. Ireland, who hns been er J. W. Hutchrtion, of tho Btato Bank from II. (.'. Dlnwlddlo of Hustonvlllo, Kor Bale. House barn nnd one nere Ill with pnoumonln, continues to Im - lnnd Trtit Company. vlllc, If not sold Tennessee, Vlrrll McMnllcn wna homo from tho or land at McKlnnoy. hn. hTinod a partnurtulp with B. H Ir e. Itlchmonnd n few privately by March Kith will bo old writes: of Junction City nnd bought County Clerk flcorgo II. Cooper wan Normal School nt day. last week. Them aro now 2 at miction on tho premise on that "I e.'t the general storo of Ccoru lliiiin In Ia)uIhvIII(i on bi(tlness. During his Lincoln county pupils nt this splendid datn to highest nnd best bidder. This 1 of Hhclby City. The firm name vlil bo nhsencc tho nffnlra of his office wcro Institution, qualifying themsolves to Is the Old Ocorgo (Ilvoni place. oubIo J. N. CAHII. td. t r i' i v i'clr & CoJlpsiiy. Mr. Swoeney efficiently looked nfter by his daugh- tenet' liail Ml . Abrnm Addnms nnd daughter. I the ien!or mombor of tho wholosa-'O. Hold. ter Mrs. J. Ml Irwn llrtice Addnms. returned J. I). Kteanhergons aolU, builds, re three docfirm of Swetnoy and Shelby MIm I.auclla Whlto who hns been Saturday from n fortnight's visit with pirira tors treating nnd ndjurls Rrnlci nt rncK pot m.d In' tic matter of running n store, VMBlBIHBBHBm Mra. John Ilnldeman, u; torn price. Hoe him for prices be.o-- o In thn lorail tolHiihorm mtilvinirn for lini me. ller. li hi business. you buy. Address Crab Orchard, Kv. failed to do wiiiio time. Iini nccepted n ptfJllon U"il vlllo. Krankfort ' me n n y ItaTgictU ' J with tho ll.Mli. company nt hnvo been Rood, and STILL A KENTUCKIAN. Ur- of Mr. und Mr. J. I Jnrvln nt their lor a kutlsfnctory spilng suit sc; pronounced In cn'crlng hli paper changed from .Mlmpx Jnnna nnd flooda. of Lincoln imiiilinlilit hntne In theh country. II. C. Ilupley the practical tailor, ox m y health tfnsrvllta to lomphl, Tenn, Dr. O. Victor II. Neal of IMbank. nnd MIbs county, nnd Mr. Colllnsworth, of Clint cluly ngent for l.'d. I'rlco & Co., gone. I con- - Mr. B. W. D. Barnes. I, Mcser write: tnnooga.Tonn., nro spending tho week Cjitthhi Allen, of Htnn wer0 married Chicago, nnd others, 17-cluded to "Although 1 am locate hero 'Jn with Mrst C. M. Tucker. Dnniflllo Wednesday In tho County Clerk's of try Peruna, nnd nfter using four bot 1 cnn., tt must he lomembeted that I fice, Iter. O. W. Blmdoan officiating. Adouate. can nay I as entirely cured." Ki;gs from large whlto Clin a tles rcilhcr for several newspapers but Mrs. Jo0 Karris returned Inst week Mr. nnd Mrs John Mount, of LanUnable to Work. always read the I. J., first of bit. It to their homo giicae, 1 for S or J2 for IS. J. Tho. from Klorli'i', whero sho has been i caster, havo returned Mr. Oustav Hlmnielrclcli, Hochhclm. i ..-- ... . 17-Hockley, Jr., Stanford, Ky. .. i,i. ,in,i. luu It. luiiku mill u. mj Aiiv.iuw tpcmllng sovortil months, and la nt nftor a pleasant visu iu ui0 inner Texas, writes: Isliter, Mrs. J. Bt Crunch. Somoraot "P '" the Dlii e, Grass and It Is with a home In Panvillo. a number of years I suffered Special prices on robes for a BWia ,ta Mrs. John B. O.itt nnd children Journal. whenever I toolt cold, with severe at- - Rrcal ucaI of PasaT0 that few days. Pence nrc. columns twice overy week." tacks of asthma, which usually yielded Mrs. Cnrl Wheeler entcrtnncd with (Jeorgo nnd Lticll0 IcU Mondny to -- dinner nt her Chamberlain's Stomach nnd ilicr tc the common homo remedies. Join Mr. 0.tta In, llrnndon Col., where an elegant "Last year, however, I suffered for 1he Henry Clay Kir0 Insurance Com they will mako tholr futur home. home near Kay wood, on Wednesday oi Tablets Invarlablv tiring relief to suffering from chronic coin 1 hastlaai week. Those present worn wonun headache, biliousness, dlrtin" i eight months without Interruption so p,tny In which1 many Lincoln people Montlcello Outlook. mat I could not do any work at all. ro Interested has declined tb. pro- It. K. pallowncKS of Steolo. Mr. W. V. Illchnrdson loft Thursday .Mesdamei l'ntlcrson the skin nnd dyspepsia. The variouo medicines that wcro pre- "j.osals and Inducements cfCcrcd to for Washington City, whero ho will House, C. B. Patterson, Palmer Harris Sold by Penny's Drug Strr.i. scribed brought me no rslief. move the headquarters of tho com mako n wslt or n'lveral days. Mrs , o. O. (Jreen of Versailles, Wnrren "After taklnc six bottles of Peruna, Thttt i mot currb m imi wrtioti tt I.ouU Landrnm rnttirned this morning , Wheeler of Georgetown, Sim DrnVo of itu u othfr dtrun nut tomuicr. uaotutu rour.tir ,w0 or and two of Manalln, I Pay from Lexington to Krankfort u un to i am free of mv trouble so lhnt I can iln ' '10 Question was left to n commltteo Drake t hnrlcs, itw rrri dorton pronounml tnnmtbie. Irom Ijtncnter, where sho wns called Lexington, Dudley vunr Jtut it a tactl durut Ttivl r tho board of directors, of which trainim. mu br eeiiur uuirf nil my farm work ngaln. I can heart- by tho Illness of her mother. Tho Patrick. Andrew Steele nnd John W pmicrtlxd y recommend this medlclno to any President Jnmes was chairman, and latter la much Improved. Danville Kibut. On Thursday evening Mr SikIlhp!uw,brrS?tiitto'Si,S5: w 8Uffcrs wl,h th,s annoying this commltteo has carefully consider Mettsonger. c wheeler entertained 12 of his friends lilui. iStSTh Obk).'i n!S!5rt3!S',Br " "cSSr 0ne the onir oooimuttooij cure Blue tlrass Clip- - lb Co Toko. It a Ukm Inwratnr ki dOM troa oo complaint and believe that they will I cu tl'o inducements offered by FrankW. Dcnham and little son, ai Mr. J o'clock dinner. II twirl fo(., bul (jecijej to decllnn the propodrew to tiiinnntui. it wu dirKtir on u Hood nhtnln boou of Harlan, are guests this week of ler. a urj uan uw kuv luiiwwi jitai u nw wymvKH! sitlon to move to tho headquarters, Bright, daughter of huoiuwl doltar fof Ulf CM It Ull to Cure. Baa Mrs. Uenham'rt sister. Mr. W. T. Lillian mi A "ow icaiurc in our new corn gr rtmiUni uii iMtimonuia. cxvrefsed Dails. T. J Kollum, of Crab Orch- - Mr. and Mro. T H Brlcht, of Danv e. rv5jrJ7i)rlu.pU.I;v.,:VCO''n,,rfo'OI10' 'HJUtor. See It before placing your though apprc l.i.nu .. ...!. 01 tho generous offer of tho business ....v. -n ,iin,j nf luberculols. ntllemlersonvllle, j ,. T...H..K i.i. u.u8-- 0, -, . o. "-iuii rumir hilt for conaUsatton. , order W. II. Illggins. Tliun,(ay nnd men of Krankfort. u. Atucr ana Mrs. j. u. KnucKics. m The Vmomn Class tr the Hnpt'f wai burled on Hunnay younginnum-Shwoman chur.-riaovllU Bun. wa a erv popular will hae n candy snle nn1 Hov. J, J. Dickey will preach at Mt. i PAY CASH FOR OUR PRODUCE. m and a relatlv0 of Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. "SC.hoCi0la,,.ln ,ho.now bnnk ,,,u,kl- - Xonla school house next Sunday aftlr-I am ItaiiBhmmi, of this city who dree handling bungles, wttjjou? aiM - nnd attended the lunoral nocin nt th'et, o' lock. S P. At. Kvorvone Invited. ovefarmlne Implements anil liavo the - Home Journal has ofLdlt.icest Mil freshest line of ,rri"lcr handsonv prtzi for photo fered America, to ft .sits, etc., In tho West Und. of the !rotlioHt K'f'R I can savs you monoy. lie imWlHhed In that iplcndld n W. II. Lair, The I. J. want to send In " Hu8toni:iP. Ky eral Uncoln count,- - boaiillps and pho toa or beauties from the irrouiidlng rounUiw. Bend lis the phot i of the Medicines that ahi nature arc al pr(tlet girl In your community. nys most successful. Ctnmberlaln'R L'ough Remedy acts on this pian. it BOWEN loosens tho cough vHlevm tlie :un?!, WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, Mr. C C. Whlto Ii working on the opens tho secretions and aids mature Q. . C, railroad. to n li althy the syi-.ein Friday, March 10th, 7:30 P. M. j Horn, to Mr. Lindsay Carney nnu condition. Sold hy O L. Penny. Cured hy Lydia E. PJnkham's wife on Kub. 2th a fine girl. Her PIANO MIS& KATE NEWLAND THE CLOISTER CLOCK. KUNKLf" Vegetable Compound name Is Sarah Leo Carney. Born, to Mr. Bill (ilbion, Jr.. and DECLAMATION JOSEPH HOPPTP WAR AND PUBLIC OPINION Morton's flnp, Kentucky. "I suf. forwl two yeara with female dlsonler. !wlfc on Feb. Stth u flno girl, REEn my health was xry fffljDJte bad and I had a Mr. Tom Carney went to Ashland, DECLAMATION HARRY REINHARP THE SOLDIERS OF FRANCE. KUMllHrJV continual backache. III., last Krlday. ONIDA WM, which was simply Mr. Pat Mcdlrr Is golntg to Ash- - DECLAMATION Wm. P. GRIMES--TH- E w TRIAL OF BRYAN FAIRFAX awful. J could not land. 111., to lslt hor son Mr. Jim J K T ' " "" Fir a' ' GOODWIN tho train horc Hnturdnjr for Itlchmoml. Mr. nnd Mm. Tom Nowlnnd. Jr... v lu lled her pnronU Bt IlowllnR Green nnd cnt fcomn tlmo In LouUfllU .thnl night. Waited. To horrw JSOOj Rood sewiyi on thn wick list curity. Apply thin (Dee. Ian week. I nitre thn Rrnulno Vlrglnli nddlni d Mm. F. W. Hurler, of JuncMr. J. C. McCIary. tion City, wnc the Riicstn of Ml lonn I'nlmer nnd mother Sunday. B. 1. RtflKK cntne over from IjxlnR- Bee the new collar j.ad nt J C. Mo- - Suffered Willi tat nhort lny. Chiry'a harneaa shop. ,to" MIm Krnnciti Vnndorvccr la In tho Mr. B. W. city buying her millinery goods. Hoiwe nnd lot for sale on likt Miln D. names, ncYrnl day. C'larnnco Tntc 18-2- i. llarfey Helm return-e- d from Wnnhington Sunday morning. Mm, T. D. Ncwlnnd lift been 111 for i" I " 3 LOCAL NEWB Doctors Said Health Gone Tliroat Trouble dress Box No 115. Kfr Bale.- - Indiana itnno cruthcr cou 'i Mounted and In Hughes Moore, dltlr.n. Address mnrllle Ky. first-class 11-- 3 Last Chance! A Lot of Mens' Suits at For benefit of those who could not get in to our sale. FOR NEXT 10 DATT ONLY: M"7 I For rent at nna n garden nnd two 7 room Irnmo dwelling on Main rtrrst, five minutes from court house. driicsi Horn, care of this office. rtorv Hon. lR-t- County, Mc-Mi- ot and throat 1 All had 'oir 1 $6.48. Boys' Suits at $ 1 .48 to Make More Room. Ncws-Jounm- l. Ine. niwltcf .; Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky rmiininfriiMirwMirnriffiirifriffnfiifiifwwfiiFwwFWKK 2 ....... i ..,., . . lp I n"' ' That Spring you. Suit 1 j ii taiid rr nt rsiili" - You have begun to think about that new Spring Suit that suits r- .. Tt wi o Soits to Order We make suits to order and guarantee to give oufull satisfac- tion in every way. j j j 3 THAT 'rr '' e AWFUL STANFORD HIGH SCHOOL 10-1'- BACKACHE Declaniatory Contest New York Styles Can show you the latest New I Yurk Styles made by the most ex- - 3 perienced cutters and fitters in 3 America. JP -- ''- - 7 if' fw ettarnal usa that laa cure1 o man) cne i at d tnhu don't li.ie i it To Mwnu, irimplea, dandruff Kemo otbei anil : ..in ut relitlf you ttui-- t reaeh form' of skin ernpttoa. in 7KMO soap are soW by tfngstats f the troiiM. Nothing w tlio Peiuix'. HI..1 :r. Staa'ort know or mu a tnt so surety as Lydia Unig : ton. U fi'D an ZKMO )!. l'Mikliam't ( ompound. tin economical a 'tl Write Ilrn. rinkh..m, nt tc iiw tn'ot otnt effactlva treatm"i :, i . m.d BImnk., for .iiItIoc. or siaip "Vour letter Mill ln nliHolutely mii. articUmis oi th o akla aroww nr nn lnr..i.t i iuiii iiifimiMco rrco. ' ZKMO la sntions I could hnnllv Ixinr It in onch s'lde. could not pUimI tight cluthinp, nnd was irregular. 1 wan completely run down. On advice I tok Lydli H. l'lnkliam'a Vege-UbCompound aiul Liver Pills ami aui vnjoylng got health. It is now lnonj than two years uiul I liAve not liml an aeho ur pain sitiotj 1 do all my own work, washing and everything, and m rer have the lckaclm any more. 1 think your utedh Ine ia rraiMl ami 1 prniat it to nil my rtelphhur. If you ti .til'iiony will help nthcis tMnk viii ic.y piilill-t- i it" Mr. Oau i.tuck). WcoOall. Morton's Gup, lUfkftche Is n aymptoxi of organlo wn.i'w4 "r iVrungawent. If you T mm tad wireness Ss5r 'TwJ" stand on my feet long enough to cook n meal's victuals without my hack iwinflv tltllnr mn ond 1 would Uavt' such draggiiiff Mtu Mc-Idlr- r. ' ) Vocal Miss )a)Tl.e (I.) Our Dawn .1 Pr.-rn- Skin Affsctions WHETHEn INFANT OR GROWN EKSON CUBED BY 2EMO AND ZEMO SOAP ) DECLAMATION HARRIS of the UarkneM COLEAW TUB SOUL OF E - GUV d'H.MtDBLOT THE I ViOLIN MERRILL le clii, simple treatment, you this unusual olar. a clarv An Unusual Offer pcrtou, ho It hwh, woman or child Penny's Druf Stora fV to evrj who haa an Irnuted, tandar ur Itching skin tu cam to our sktre and pro euro a hot He nf irniu and a cake o' Zemo snap .imI if you ar not en llrrlv sittntUxl with the results, cow 'i So hack and gat our IhUnt are we of lha elncaey of ii--l mv. that we uak. UqaM CUBAN REFUGEE-PIN- ER MORRISON BRI0HT---THDECLAMATION SHADES OF NIGHT PERRING CHORUS HIOH SCHOOL MACEO NESM1TH LKSTEK O'BA'wNCN ANTONIO DECLAMATION DECLAMATION THOMAS COLEMAM THE BOY ORATOR O? ZEPAA .' : DAVIS. CITY WIENIAWSKI VIOLIN MISS BERTA JEAN ?e.KY MAZURKA NATIONAL .APOSTASY DECLAMATION JOHN M. H. WATEf.4 McCARTHNEY COMING TIME DECLAMATION BAILEY SAMPSON THE OOOD MACKAY LIADOW MUStC BOX PIANO MISS KAf NttWLANCTri .. IS BERTH JAtKiON THE MOURNING RCAUiNC 0L8TMC SETSY'S POINTERS:- of hi'nis al a woman .mnot use a hammer end in tlu nent bn ath aB she knows more ubnut kuocking tnrn b master cirpenUr The beat knock- t oilman are iii know pit.-e- s ' oftey and dov.n to li'i h.ive Knocked Mt thf Km.illett THir c -Ju-- t AM Mt.dp ot garden or In bulk elthor In Prompt Ueliveiv. lTone 190 Kii"t he 'll'e n'-n- i our patterns now on display and 1 we will surprise you with the i beauty of this selection. 3 5 You get what you w ant, or you do not take it Take a peep at j 1 , Cummins & Wearert 1 fr SI & -- VEIL-HARBO- COFFEY AND COLEMAN. ANNOUNCES.' SNT OF JilOOH OECtilON. iat wr Iya, im-Ih- ! , ii KiK-tiriit- i. ..r THE WIMNHER OF THIS CONTtST WILL REPRESENT THK STAN SCHOOL TOUHNAM.T ORB HIGH SCHOOL AT THE CRAPED WILL LB HELD AT SPRINOfi ILD THE FIRST WfcEK IN JUNC WHICH ! f T'OCttiOS OK TUB CONTEST WILL BE USED TO DEFRAY TriL STAHFORO THE OF PUPILS WHO WILL REPRESENT , Iim $SffifflS&m& n.HMAy? SnHS iXOUt IR THE HOME OF STANFORD, KY. wt sf.MAfrMfMA iwszxzsx&aimx'ZB' T. V. Humble f.- - VA MS W WMJU R. UiilieK SOB W. O. li1 LOOK AT ODE SCHOOL AT THE TOURNAMENT. ATTEND AND ENCOURAGE THE LAUrOLr. WORK. r.i .w 3LENCI3 WORK 15 BRING DONE. rCORRVLD StATS ON SALE AT L.WUGARS AND T,',.NErt'S DKUG STORE. "I would like to gii'de suffering women t a sitc cure fur fenuile troubles," writes Mrs. R. E. Mercer, of Frozen Camp, W. Va. "I have found no medicine coital to Cardiil. I had suffered for about Mu ! The-'Famons -- n i) four years. Would have headache for a week at a time, until I wci:!d be nearly crazy. I took Car-dand now I never have the headache any mora" ul m in "We mm e - 1 Gives the Best Light at Any Price EJ3 When voii nav more than the Rayo price for a lamp, you are paying for extja decorations mat cannot aau ta,mp quau of the Uuht. You can't pay for OW liffiu, uccauso tutrre is none. An on 11 has the least etfcot ontlie human the Kayo Lamp ls(he'lJ$st,oU WnrpHi thoufli low. in pTjee. ifau Cjjn pay 2 m& mivim eyi The Woman's Tonfe The pains from which many women suffer every month are unnecessary. It's not safe to trust to strong drugs, right at the time of the pains. Better to take Cardui for a while, before and after, to strengthen the system and cure the cause. This is- - the sensible, tjw scientific, the right way. i"iry. sl fwsjtyi - HE10WS W. H. Higgins. bbbT you get a inuscu, UQinvKuiinK priced Jittyo. MMl0f iolld.frM CN onfa gt a niora cosily Ittrtrp, you cart 5tef fiHnW fMwvmt, mdkrf uRin ui ut are receiving- Spring Goods daily We invite yo a to call and inspect our new Silks, Ginghams, Percales. Trimmings, Dress Goods, Corsets, Laces, Hosiery, Parses, Novelties, Etc. HUGHES, MARTIN STANFORD. f sr I ww ma H8 Ku wtw-mm- tfltnoK. job & CO., .l5.' v. ';il m oMeJM.MU iauhjpihiBt; 2&JSB&, -p- Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes) KENTUCKY Mb 4rVlA The Stan..'a OH C r .crpoltlfi) c-y. "BSHS "7 hi " ' WCF9fgl arnmd PAUB POUR . .1 .1 MHMT Lfw..Jtr VCKY INTMUO JSUJNfcM TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1911. Our 1911 Model C TUB FARMERS For Halo 100 bushols white seed I oats J. St. Cormnok, Turncrsvlllo. HMIp. Wo JLcbuuouut J&L mij& i' Hand - Made - Buggy, mrtwarKiaamssfmE: hava Just rccoived two curs of l'lonoor and Adrian wire fence, in! ton different kinds, cnlt nnd o con j lneod ng to what you want. Pence. Ilros. 1M1 i sawe- . . ; - oC2). ltUv HF 99 First Specimens On Exhibition For Sale. Doahlo Standnrd Poled, Durham Shell lloru Hulk. model farms and choice brooding. 200 bush-- , 600 bales' el rccleand iod oat. timothy hay. A. W. Carpentei, More-laml. '"aj. r J ? &(. . W. S. Wlgnnm of Morolaml. 11-- ban - At Our Factory, Inspection reeled his pniferty against tresnns err of all Kinds, A trncV bantaln If sold In SO days m' h- z?e - JO. it-mT- Ti V oflfe? 4tJ 6fAt If You Want Something Extra Good In a O AND ss MADE BUGGY - o bT hcra im Crb Orhcnru nun Stonfonl plk0 3 miles from urao Orchard, Ky., Apply t" w. T. .n nor, f Stnnrord, It. F. 1). No. 1, Sale Thr6 yoir old gra" J"k will bfed Rood alio. For narttrulan adrfteM ,.Inn. MoIchnle, Hiibhle.K . Uncnalrr 'Phono Sat- - 8 IT 2. 17-l- ofanl l& Crab Orchard. Fr L L Sanders Don't buy until you have seen our 1911 Model, No 400: It is built in three quarters, thirteen sixteenths and seven eighths- The 1911 model trade, who want something strictly good in a is made for high-clalight weight pleasure vehicle. wx plow colter "Tor 7R conta J C JlcUiary. During tb pai.t wek ovfr 2i fann-'crfrom Pulaski county bavo loft for j Western Stales- to locate. Thero I hnrdtr a dny but what people from that county go wast, and mill th, i m In . - a bMm?. Poullry Raisers Sick Fowls Don't Pay, Droopy Hens Won't Lay. WHY LOSE YOUR FOWLST Why tnlto ohances aga.nH dlsoase A few drops of Ilourbon Foultry Cur In tho water keeps fowls strong, vigorous and thrifty, protect! thorn against dlseaso and puts them In prima condition for It Is tho only . omedy that can bo depended upon to'cure roup, Chnl-rrnnd Oapes sttnply because It destroys the genus tt.m'i cause these diieates. One SO rent bottla taxes 11 callous of medicine. Hvery Poultry ralrcr . .it keep a bottle of this medicine on hand. egg-layinn This Job is Built Of High Grade Material Throughout sdh shows tlMkt miasm county game' over 8.000 In the last ton vnnrs Poor toads nroHMld to be the rauso of so 'nmnj inrruors seeuklng other laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal I I Dr. J. W. Powell, of Mercer (Virty has 45 owes with 81 lambs From tlo first 5 ewes he received twins, nnd IsoNernJ triplets hae slnc0 made their HI 9 Hv WE) m . feBEBEmMEBBffigEai home a lou. laaiJemtfi al place yourselriu a position to get the lata market quotation at any UaA. 'ibis cau be accomnlislieU by means of out telenLone service ud your aelgbbora can get for a sum Uiat is email compared with 'frttkh be waavtito received. Call or address our nearest offioa or write direct to " (ijj"riflrfj Naahville, Tena., for iuformatioa rcgarditig our apecial rata. If you are aot at prceeul eujoyiug telephone service, we catiaaftttiWlr Iaterest you. Our Hucm cover the Stateswc of Kectaeky, uuhuu man i. I ifiMinaiiin mmu un owuinera iwhun JCAST TMiEB6B TiSL. A XKL. OO. (M;MMa4iaaH,i t .wrt BOOKLET ON "DISEASE OF FOWLS CAUSE, a slMrtagQ of catUe. ' TOMS AND TREATMENT," IS FREE. ASK returned Frlda from J. Novlu Carter 1 ORUGQISTFOR IT. W"" HlooMlngton, 111., whoro ne purchased at a fancy price a flno Pcrcheon stnl- - 1'leAFo nenil nig by express two lJft year we lost an entire hatch illon, nnd will make the present sea r(uarti "f Ilourbon Poultry Cure. No from white diarrhoea; this year we son with hltn. tie is oniy it uirco eno who Is an poultry rnl hbv tired Ilourbon Poiltiy Cum In yenrold but. Is nearly ic hands high, er ran nltord to be without this vnlu-nbl- thtilr drinking water oantlnually nnd bay and m weighs 950 pounds Is a rich medicine. It does all you claim t.nvc not lost any. Wo highly recom loppy follow In etery way. Watch and more. I take pleasure In recom- mend It to be all you claim for it, nnd w0 attribute our suceesa to ibis uso of for Mr. Carter's ndvertllicment In mending It as the best poultry reme- It. W. E. Johnson & Bon. Lexington, those columns later on. dy I over saw. It It working like Ky. NOTE -- This firm won first prize Tho Danville Advocate reports tho mnslc In this county. My friend, following sales tnudo at tho Btock pen who are using It say they ucvor saw (i."d color special for coc0'ol Wu B'i'd there; Llllard and Fox sold to Clel anything Uku It. People call me ow modal for bct bird In show at Mix-oi- n Htatfl Poultry Bhow Coleman, of llarrodsburg. 30 head or iho I have boen raUIng chickens for tirnne and say, "My TSii.nnnnii nlain cattlu at 5 cents uer sick, what must I do?" I toll them l t.earlr fifty veara nnd Pourbon PoulHAND-MAD- E pound, nnd tto same parties sold to uso Ilourbon Poultry Cure, and In a try Cure Is the raot satisfactory remn dy for cholera and gapes that I bavo V. l! McAfee o head of few duys they call me nnd say their jfnno cattle, and to Bright Brother birds arc sound and woll. 1 have a ivor used.- - Mrs. W. W. ItaUtan, Ky. oue bunch of cattlo at $31 per head. Freat many 11 P. Hock chlckeuk and For turkcv nnd chickens Dsurbon 126 of the finest M II. turkeys In the Poultry Cure does nil that you rlalm Stnto. I use this romery nnd never CINCINNATI MARKETS for II. It you have no aftcnU at Knn h.iv0 n sick fowl. It gives them pus City, I would like to take a hunt;nf.innatl. MWch fi. -- Cattle He- - ttreiiglh and vitality and makes tholr dred samples with uif nnd dlitribule plumage Soo my and S A. .telpts 12fi nwrket stendy and quiet: (Xhlblt atbright next glotsy. fair. Mrs them nineng the large tho stato &E!33SS!S2Z21 fHlr to good shlpperi J5.2506.25: com Havens. Shclbyvllle, Ind. Pardon Refused Ilecelpts 1.147: J. D. Cor." Liwrenccburg, Ky HoRS mon SS.2GU4 n NOTE Mr. Ifntcna was awarded Mrs. generally 10c lower- butchers NOTE. tU- - Cox was awarded first twei'ty six ribbons on his fowls, Incltul i market bet pobblur et Kintuexy Ing first prize for best gobbler, at Mis7 25Q'7.30comraou V prize to jtnd shippers MADE ON IN LAUREL COUNTY CASE FOH Shcop Hecelpts 7' market State Fair and first prlre for best hen souri State Poultrv Show. 'fT30 2.25C(4.25. UNUSUAL REASON. steady Limbs -- Market at lllue Uross Poultry Show. t reel It la) ilnty In c :.,. ny tetl Itteady J4.50fl6.tO. b'rery year I have been losing from mour In regard to Domboti Poultry AND ALL KINDS OF I bought 75 to 100 chlckrru from gnpes, and I Cure A Epccial dispatch from Frankfort iom0 turkeys that had about concluded not to try raising rem t:ffeci.l chol tra and r.iup, Bays: any more. I got a bottle of Uourbon mil 1 unci! It and did not Inro a Machinery Au unusual state of facts wag devel- Poultry Cure, and used It accordiug to :- bird In my flock. I think It Is opea in nn nppllcitlon for tte jwrdon - SPECIAL dlrctlon?, only n little more froely, as it;.o piHitry remedy I know nf TOOLS TO. ODS: n't'.-- . i; r rt o' In'' ct'o. m ' name ure pr'x-'lto .. I have i'0 chl jir-all tori' I) ami Ywi rubllc or vrl your s cuitooe.-f- . to ks, to the county or aiding and abetting muider( bEST EQUIPPED growlnc nicely, nud not a "gapey' have boon rnlMng poultry for many nnd sentenced to the penitentiary for MACHINE SHOP IN THE BLUfc nip among them. In spite or tho fact rears, and bmo used many remedln five j ears. The record ghowa according j thai thry have frcu access to a big of different kinds, and Iiourbon PoulGRASS. ve aro pay:np toaay rur to Gov. Wlllson. absolutely no reason ... I.7J-- 2i wood ynrtl, which In n breeding plare try Cur Ir tho host remedy I ererAo. 1 lllack skunk . I UAHV,LLE MOTOR i .r the pests. Mrs. Jeui'f1 15. Steii'ns used. Mr. Sallle Compton. ELECTR C No. I short fork P"rryCar-loa- d why tho Jury found Uarnes gul)ty, and . '.ynchburg. Vi. Jt'nk Wile. Ky. the friends of tho man killed, who was j CO. 1 ilpossum an undo of Uarnes, of th Batne naroo danvile. kv. 191 m tOSt.lu Wo hnve hundrods of testimonials llko theo. In our circulars and o. Coon . i ' ' -- - " mi. """ 1 Hats etc booklets The remedy does the work .op thoo pinmlnent poultry ralssra nijoineu in me application ror the par-f- j wouldn't say so. Thoy wouldn't buy It and then He nlKiut 11 If It failed don. Gov. Wlllion refused to grant I"u'ly nine out of every cvon Try and see for ourrolf what It will do for vnir fowls tho pardon because he could not un- - or rneumntmm Is simply rheumat'sm flrtmtljnil hnw n iirr ennvinia,t n inati Of tho inilfinlpa llllfl fn r ii iv .lnm,i KY. . . . .STANFORD. NEW STANFORD DRUG CO., Lw ' 1lrlna IVA . t1P .. J1CJ I I aTW n . a1 UtVUIUBUlUtVb. IT. BUJTlIw" ffTnnl.l rhniimllafn nnltknH w...v .t. uuiwuiui, ICIU4ll Uiiutt OUIU ..! DANVILLE. KY. II If f f f T. P. CURRY & SON, . STANFORD, KENTUCKY. yp?"lro ana1 'ntonwl untraont.j ,ln his reasons Tor refusing par-lJ, R. MOUNT, 80N & CO.. . .. LANCASTER, KY. a" tna,J: to secure relief. 1. PHONE 153. JUNCTION CITY. KY. REYNOLDS 4 EVANS, "is j don now, that ho must undou.tnnd l XLjLvxaKt&atmijC22LXttTimmtmTamri-xiAiapplication of Chamberlain's lint . ss a ssi i iinirtf xiiifiiis nn I'.icn nnn iinfi mir unu I free ,fcerc was a eonvktion. Ho says that tain to te pleased with tho quick ro- . ... PURE BRED POULTRY. K . Affm '? :i- Aiflsssm f nccordlns to tho papers presonted to Hef which It nfords. Sold b) (1 I I''-asssss- f ' l:'-aVlCO him thero was nothing to show that ' j eB For Sale Dy Reliable Breeders Panics was guilty in tha kllllns oflNOTCE 0F APPLICA. tl Line Curds In this column ?1 I.?-Ca,ih for Season.) 'Karnes, tii uncle, Tho applicants TION FOR PARDON. It. E. L. Sims who was convicted ot for the pardon aro given leave to open thn crime t( mo.it laughter In the S. C. WWte 'Leohorns Diamond the cuso ucaln after thoy bavo cram, Circuit Court or unroin County nt ttraln year layer: of laiQe, cd more evidence or the kind wantod the June terra of said court 1903 will white egos $1 'round We want our customers to come to come to per setting. by th0 Clovernor. It Is probably the ajk tho governor of Kentucky for par ATrwawgwasagvy.Bfyg TssTiTTTI A. C. Alford Stanford, Ky Va'.; us freely when our advice will be of value. first time on record that a pardon don and restoration to citizenship. All .. . who object will notify. tfc governor Pure Crescent S. C. White Leghorns, was refused bocause tho applicants and state In writing any objections. It is a pleasure for us to keep in close pcr- E(jgs for setting. Mlts Llzxle Davison, Hindu too good a showing, it was February, 2th 1911 It. E. BIMB 'Phone 15. unnnl tmtr4 witb tVinsR whn dnnnnd nn us. iff ' this very tiling that mado the Cover--' FINE PIECES OF PROPERTY nor cautious about tbe pardon. Pure bred Dlack Minorca? COUNTY NATIONAL FOR SALE AT McKINMEY L'NCOL Egns $1 per ettlr.g Mrs. W. H. Wearon. Stanford. Farmers aro plowing now. For all nestling to go Into oil or buvlnosa, SURPLUS $100,000 CAPITAL $100,000 kinds ot harness trace chains bacic xa will soli the following property Choice Whlto Wyandotte cockerels Have added a new and complete locnted opposite tho depot at McKln-nobands etc., see. J. C. McClary. Kg$s $1.60 for 16. Mis. J. N. Caati Ky Stanford, Kentucky. line of magazine and periodicals as Stnntord. .. One 18 room hotol. Are you frequently hoarse? Do One llvory barn. " well as the latest approved fashion '. sssssmi-ala-s: : ata-- a- ? R. I REDS THOROUGHBRED S. 'n One store-hous-e you havc that annoying tickling In 0030, with side v. Fggs fcr sale 31 for 15 bW -P journals and invite your inspection. your tbtoitT Doc3 your cought annoy rooms, with stock of merchandise at Head Parties desiring to go Into the hotel D. Imported Cock Stanford, of Yard.. j on nt nfqht. and do y m raise mucus "Phono 130 M. WALKER, In the momlncT Po vou want rellefT nnd livery and goods buslnosi will If ao take Chamtmrln'n' i Cough reme- find this a fine location. Will make lay In wlntfr. If dy nnd you will be pleased. Bold by u good price to rleht parties. Call whenj'ou want hena that (Jet the 8. C eggs aro high. on or write O, H. MASTHK8 or Chas. Penny a Drug Store. Unit Orpln?tonB. Kggs ft for 15 W. Metayer, MoKlnaey, Ky. STANFORD. KENTUCKY St. ('. Klncatd, Phone HO. Stanford, Stanford, KrnlucUy The body can be 20 to 24 inches wide, and 56 inches long. Sheldon's case hardened spindle with brass lined box and Sheldon's oval springs are used on the 1911 model. As is well know n the Sheldon spring is unquestionably the best one on the market. The gear is built without splicing, reaches being mortised through the headlock. The beds are made of slat bottoms, running lengthwise. 1 he slats are made of white ash, the edges neatly rounded and fastened with four cross irons to keep the slats from spreading, all nicely varnished in natural wood. The finest Stengal and Rothchild long grain hand buffed leather is used in the trimmings BUILDER OF BUGGIES. They present n pret'y slirht In his avenue Geo. A. Chappell, of KllsibctluonP leeently shipped two calvea to Louisville, where they ro.iil zed $36.06 on the mnrket. Tho hit?h price 6r veal will eventually result In appearance ij Factory on Second Street JglS2Sg,V;'rei.CS,r R, M. Arnold, AT ' Hop-kliulll- Danville, Kentucky.! REPAIRS s S I - - Motor Cars F O R SEEDING-:- - We Want Mn-Kl- NORTHERN WHITE Full just received. Price 50 cts per bushel. Produce ... .... 2 5 - 'f tet e 1 .... c..u "' i .... 10-4- J H Baughman & Go. si ssfc as a m H. B. I ( Mcoit. W , Ml .. s i CviC U$t lfcf3 ffVsVStfs. JVaS - , m '' I HHIalBeSBBlRKRa usEKSingsaii .;.. ' .T. - WE WOULD SEUVE Y00 - W R .. A .:. '.$ ;. 9 B W 1 M 4tk LW.', y, .": m C a-- L- PENNY'S DRUG 5TOPE. "FIRST .F NATIONAL JB-sV- BF,.'Br D!. ! BANK, BBBBassBEssasi9SssBESssaBSSssssss1s1sSssasai fl Notice! Poultry Raise Mil FAUMEH: RURALyour as iuolcrii lor your family a TLEPHOfles. Make, BUFF ORPINGTON . Eggs For 8ale 15 for SI C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D, No. Phone 2. 1431 Stnnford. Ky. ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS. $216,500 Combine Abiolute Safety with Satlifactory Service' Modern Safety Depotit Boxe. for Uie of our Cuitomers. Wc Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS, ru Cfckra. Gapes. " "Far-D7XiasM- :z'ut:.7r llfcrB..fcKr,,tlR4Je. ,,tpjim'nA iliTw lje.iCy 'mm. Umkraeck. Roup.i. Canker.' iHarrkeea aM all Diseases i FwKry T 4-- ll f ra mJiUUM t Imported stock Buff Orpington eggs 75 cents for 15. Baby ehleka tlvper Mrs. W. J. HolUclaW, Start dozen. for, Ky, Route No. 1 'Phne 6S 3 2 ji ' . Hit- . wps. c;v, t ifawtav ssn Vienna saps U4l.Mr. i hliltiUrfww'lViHfwJr ? trwMf f. rnsawcaaaswBjsv. ajjai.li w J Far Sale Indian Runner Buck Eggs. $1 for setting ef'12,. THB lidla ftbMMr la Kaewn aa the TamrlV, ff. Lattrn f the S, Hoc-e- r, PrMldeat: 8. T.iHarria, H. 8, Bausb-aa- a, t; I W. W. SawhUf- -, nsWT-"f DIRSCTCRS. F R.id, H lUutfhij-- n, at D. Elaiors. . M. I'tltoi, H, C. Dasghi-s- s, J. F. Comrals. CaaMer. 9. T. Uxttk, B9. C. Robt-Ki- n, Ibb BooUweaer W. H UnrjAj j. S fetter. , Mr. aV K, ek PHefle t cetA JaaaWBWVSfVV .ciuUi. c.R.ai).