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The Stanford interior journal: March 10, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911031001_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 10, 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. .BMBHBJIJ The Stanford Interior Journal. 'Pwwrwniwr VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 19 SMITH HIOOIN8 - 8TANF0RB, LINCOLN rwrri-'- " COUNTY, KENTUCKY, - ---- FRIDAY, MARCH 10th, 1911. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRI- - MAGISTRATES TO AGRICULTURE TRAIN ' & n i Wednesday afternoon nt th(J Baptist Hav. J. D, Jonoj said tho cm many that united In th..;noiy NEW PLAN CONTEMPLATED TO bond of wedlock, Prank JIIrkIhb, a proprrotm young- farmer of Oarrnrd BETTER TURNPIKE CONDIand Mils Florenco Smith, of Rowland TION IN LINCOLN. daughter or V, It Smith, who with big fam)ly recently moved from GarGreen Murpny, of King's Mountain, Tho bappy rard Hnttonvllle, March 9th. Kliewhorc In this liiuo, tho KlfcAl couplecounty to Rowland In Lfncpoln Three Feet Orer His Head Diadem Lodge, Knights of Pyth will leave in a short tlmo for San will visit relatives FaMsg Tree Killed The agricultural apodal and dairy (Jourt li advertising for bids for metal county for n few days bnror0 returnIs adding considerably to Its aire) Marcos, Texas wbero he wltl enter infn sent out from Lexington on to be spread upon thtt plk of Lincoln ing to the groom's home In (larrard. n somlnary and tako a theological BULLET WHIZZED BY R. R. AOENT largo and healthy membership dur1 Monday last In chargo of J. P. Tocher, PROMINENT GERMAN course preparatory to entering tho YOUNO a special dispensation which ti t county this spring Tho raemberj of freight traffic manager, pulled up at AT KING'S MOUNTAIN. MEETS UNTIMELY FATE vailing now, nnd Is taking lata liaptlit mlnUtry. Mr. Murphy Is one Mrs. Moreland on time at 1245 this body held r meeting at the court It had membership some of tb"o most aub( of tho best known young men in his aboard Judgo Henry S. Darker Pros I F. A, Ilooi, agent for the Cincinnati home thli weak. And decided to Uke Hans Bergner, one of the popular of tho young men of ( active and progressive steps toward, DIES AT HER HOME WEAR CRAB dent of the HUito UnlrnrMV, who young- - men of tho Ottenhelm section, section of tho county, and there will Southern railroad at Kln's Mountain tlal and city. This lodge U one of the atroj bo general regret that ho hi to leave ORCHARD, improving; the highway of the, county made the opening address, both time was Instantly killed while at work hud n narrow escape from death last est in tho Pythian order In the atl ly and lutereitlng, Dr M. A. Boovoll, cutting trees for tho saw mill which Lincoln and hope that he will be On Airrll 1st the term of Road I Sunday wen pleased In bis new borne, Mrs, Wilson Klrg of tho Crab Orch-nr- a director of the college-- or agriculture, nleht when T. K. BrocketL of and has a Justly celebrated renu H K. Uudderar eiplrM. It Sunerrl'or rred Jones operates. A large trea ., several rears Mr. Murnhr has ".. meaty tbe, high, section died nt thhome of her M. C. Rankin Commissioner dt Agri- which vounr Is understood that.ctjio court has de-.. ." . nomersei nrea petnt bianic at mm Uon forIts degree class ofi ita to , Ms brother'. ..C' u..., Bcraner and hip. team Wednesday night about culture, rrot. J. J. Hooper of ant- said cided not to eWt a successor, but hiubuud ttero ,nlow of the depot, without exception Kmll were chopping, fell the wrong w Acton at KInR. MoUnWB but a,tbf.Eli tiso the, best In the sta will permit the office o remain va- mlduljiht, after a short lllnois of a bandry, of animal, Prof. Geo. Roberta, way against another tree, which. few weoka ago' their business housq mlsalne tho head of Mr. Ross only and th candidates who have bel complication of troubles. Mrs. King of sell and crops, Prof. C. TV. cant. Instead of a road supervisor to struck Hans oa th lwad. broking bis was burned down, and they dccld.d abont tnre, fe4ti Mr, Roag WM Bllght. undergoing Inltlatioa during tho pa look alter the turnpikes, It Is said to was a daughter of Squire J. T. Roberta of hortlcultute and Mr. W. D, not to robolld. Mr. Murphy baa boeu ntck and killing him instantly. be the plan or tho court for each of the Hubble section and was a most Nichols a dairy man. The crowd was cat bjp " 1 PnterinK. but week, or so, are aaid to have few Uergnerwasju.tl8y.carsofaoan4 actively Interested la religious mat-,1- ' rlMBj,.i 'Magistrate to personally supervise tho lovable and estlmnble woman In every to great and eager to hear thai, dls, not otherwise Injured. Brackott the Pythian "goat" fit flan for a number of rears and the 'roads In Ms district. Kach Biembor wa. Use i survived by her husband ttagulshed scientists that the car In a fine young man, being the aon f.t b3t Kaatuckj; thorougabra a prominent Oerman family. His nn. always taken a prominent part In the was caught near the ecene afterwardi Among those who have been takes Of tho court will In this war be per- - and on. child. Her loss Is a severe which the lectures were delivered ork or bis denomination much br Deputy Sheriff W. S. Bmbry, of recently or will soon be Initiated sonally reiponitble whether bis dlaon. to the family for sha was just la couldn't bold It by half. The young timely taklnr off sorrow In the community and his re-- Mr. Murphy win b0 formally ordain' this city Deputy Proiley Sluder and. II. D. Frye, W. P. White, W. W. Saul trict's roads are In Rood shape or not.,uie bloom of ripened womanhood, be-- ladles, young matroas and a sprink ,nl tn" alnlt-t Ploasant Point CapU T 0 Helm of UlB c s dfltoc. dors, J. O. Reld, Sheltos BaufUy,- - WD and th IK'OpIo In his community will in. OBir 93 VMr ar are. Th fmaeral ling or old ones cave the oceaiton, latlveu have the sincere sympathy of.0? tutirtu osiurunj, nar j u. johqh 01 u rorca and everyone. noye' Wilcher, W. P. Kln.caid. Walter Sj presence The. lecture deliver. have somo ore directly at hand to see m D conducted, this Friday. 'after-fthel- r hU city will preach the ordination Jandf "" ouu wu ",gieion. warsnau Htone. T. k tuu or lh dlstinfulshed men were a tat the troubles are and remedy noon al ,BrM o'clock, Interment be-1-4 erroou and othar BapUst dlylne cf . nuviD uo yivuuvu BUll &0 ....... t , h. nd C08t8' uPn hl9..Bona McKechnle. W. M. Bright. W. 1 aiflno ol' I. D9 In .' . ,- -.' . .i;n m ..v sr kr in l.ll them. 'KING'S' MOUNTAIN thi. V utirvmr rrmlnrt ninmira m in limiM-I . . ITm nf anilll AtfUBlnn " s"'1- - "u nlhlmA.I hn ana 1. k. Harris. "" The. jaagltraUa, slatend to spread near her girlhood home. old fogy system or arming ana uairy monies. tfcr.wetal this year and plans We had a very pleasant raia here, Al lhD gaaio Um Messrs.-J- . A. John The Fythlans "here are making ei Ing will now be abandoned by tho pith O foj . putting Lincoln county's pikes In h0 was doing. He1 had fired a number tenshe preparations for the receptlal fcresslv. citizen, and new and profit Monda- - and Tncsaay, son and Wm. D. Murphy, will be or- - of Bhot, PREACHERSVILLE about tho dcpot earlIef ,n tne and entertainment ofythe District Caj ablo feature will be introduced. better condition than they have been Messrs. Boone Klint. and fernwdalnd to the deaconshlp. tie nervlcin' night. before Mr. Boss went on duty. yeutton which, meebi la Stanford n If these same gentlemen will re 111. MWi tic many years. Mrs. James flryant Is quite Saturday for a visit being, held at 11 A. M. and 7 P. M, alarming th. neighborhood consider week, Friday, March,-17- . It la under Jennie Smith, or Whtto's Mill has turn In the "good" old summer time" Flint left here ably. I stood that the degree team will g The program la aa follows: been seriously III but Is much better, we will furnish our opera. house, free to their brother In Indiana. HrC W I . The Infant child of Mr. aad Mrs. J. W of charge nnd show them tho biggest AHildoo Vandlver, an agent, at Klns through 'kme Work," and In the eves Little Kvcrett son of Bill Roberta I. Ordtuatfon sermon, Eld. J. '.Mountain was shot to death whllq on lag Diadem, lodge and, lta. ladles w crowd of men and women that they Is very low Inrown ti very HI of pnouroonla, pneumonia. .... lth J,..- ,L til Jones. I DIES IN EAST AT HOME OF DAUQH duty there about Ihree, yeara ago and entertain the visitors with a banque There w... b service, at the Raptlst andTwl.l do the res" "" Mrs. Ira Walls was In Stanford Sat 2. Delivering cbarg'e to Bro. M, O. Mat Kngleman also met. death while TER REARED IN LINCOLN. will be obq otthe nicest thlpgj church on Saturday nlgbt, Sunday Mr j; p Tocher. freight nnd trafllc urday on business Murphy. Eld. W. G. Tilford. ,ou duty, there. The agency at King's or the kind ever held In this com! morning and nt night also. Rev. An- - manager or the,Q ti Chad charg0 or Ilrooklyn. N. Y March 9th demon Cornelius Mlsa Alma Lee hag returned home , 3. Delivering charge to Doacoai, ' Mo Jntal, to bo a perilous munlty. the pastor will con- - thU expedition, and managed Uic Mrs. Mildred W. Moreland for many duct th services crowd so pleasantly and easily that iPoat, after a few days visit at McKinaer. km n nianr.U nu cumuttjuu vfua ocru iu mux ,411111 irf. resident of the . years a A dog belonging to O. H, Anderson ,, -- ...,,, BDeak weI1 tno bMi Arthur Murphy and Richard Trim- - 4. OrdlnaUon prayer, Eld A, (A West Rnd of Lincoln county paued had to be killed last week. Hydro-- them, hut bl time wu Absorbed tn Meiefee McKINNEY away peccfully on Friday March 3rd, phobia was reared as the dog was hav. making every one feel that ho or she ble have returned homo after a visit coker. wa 1911, at the home of her daughter lag fits In succession. Tn lraln went as far ns to Arabia. Miss Ruth Tanner Is visiting In FOSTER AND ROCHESTER C PeraenUng the Bible to Bro. NOV ro sinic line ana men n uui Mrs. k'dward H, Ed wards, Brooklyn. Mr. wm -" - i.i.. 1. -"Junction City. miss ueiia taiconDerry. spent aai- - Murehr. Eld R. n. Noel. OWN OPERA HOUSE on lhr southern ra lway to Shelby-freY In tte 8Jrd year of her age. N. Dyehouie near Davis' Store. Mra vllle. Judge llnrker seems to be the orday night with SIIjb Minnie Coulter, or Mlddleburg, her aunt at Wall-tow. Presenting the Bible to Bros, Hbe was the youngest child of Ell to Marlnda Blankenshlp 1 vUltlng her right man In the right place at the John N. Menefee Jr. sold, hi inter- Murphy, J. C. McClary. was the guest or Mlt Belle Cowan Johnson and beta W P and Walker Hawkins, ot son near Stanford. Mr. and Mr J M. ben . of our great Stale Unlversl y eat In the Stanford Opera House toi Mrs., Vera .Heater. 1 back from the DJ?h,0D" 7. penedlctlon, prayer; Eld, J. ,A. Uast week. len. .IrUpr Payette, County, Ky and her early Cress and 'family wer visiting her nnv. iet of partners, C. Hays Fostar and , pari-ntsMr, and Mrs. J. J. Smith at mortals Cleo Thomas, visited his moth, at his lift was ppent In the vicinity or Singleton. in. nr. cpuntor than.we.aay city Welch Rochester this' week aad will .1 lVt7 Btodhiiad Lincoln, all owing now In this end of ea October 25th. Py. order .off the church, Committee.) IM laat week. Mrs, Will Johnson Is on the sick devote himself in the; future entirely she was united in marriage with An- - IL O I'etlua bought some S00 pound to the fact that they bit off mbre.-tp-- ' Mrs, J. Lee Murphy and little ion to his growing law practice and hV bacco than tlipy cou,M chew, . The lUt. ilfjw II. Thompson wfcp lived leas heifers or Mr. Hruner. or Jessamlue quantJ H,g ,2 had. tnaiouyercould James Lee, Jr., of Hedgevllte are the datlesrasfCity- - Judge. Mr. Sherdoa Leach had , to kill a J. A. SJNai.ETON. tan three year's, leaving his widow at 4 cents. Andewon and Rlgsby not ray more. Men;pltachpd(blgtcrops Kjiests(bt.Mr J; 8i Murphy thia.wet. I THesera Foster? and RocheaUr lateaiti And couldn't cultivate them properlr, fine sow which had been bitten by a J. T. BROWN. with oae fee? Reber't Hart Thampsoal bought , . the well known Silver King nnce the poor quality. Night rldon: -- -Vareny, Tanner " 9ent 8unday, with who dsarted als life In Novomber M. D. WALL. Assistant, Clerk. mad dog. now ' traeUoaa'-whichthey have' set in tae Jli noJ- - corae tnl, stallion rrom W P. lshon or Garrard r rew and lh 1IR5. hlhomefolka here. Mr. J, J. Palconberry and Mr. B.J far cropa this year will be ,ootout f0f a, uAlm. 0B, .) August 24th, 18.12 the subject of Price private, between. The tonant who grow It Vest shipped their J- - H.tocmaa tobacco today ol L"ulviue.(nulaDer of gooa booWng, this sketch was married to Alexander A twuuttfraa tree on the farm of S. A P- - hr- - h"ro.-- 9V!tm more than tle which cleans up tbe tobacco in this preached, at the. Baptist church Sua- their1 pauoaa this spring. 01 mem mw nO Am mi. .v k., . Moreteaa. "ortly afterward iher Mt.ju,lard mcature, hlx loci four ,ncho, h,0 owner. DUl lew t0 pay tta npcDltl urKm tbe peck or the woodi. Oay mornlagtandaighU r tied in. the Weat K"Bd, wher Mr. More tUti In circumference at a distance of ono PP" Mr. w, R. Owens 'swapped a pair or LINCOLN AHEAD OF MOST OTH Brother Oabbart witl,preach-tat,thlaud dltd nearl. 41 years ago, leaving Somn of ,our veteran tobacco, grov . ER8 ON WEDDINQ8. nrs slppe marketing their, cropi are mules for a 3 year-olhik widow wlta oae son. William Moro foot from the round. Cbri-itlnchurch next Sunday, morn-iuj- t ' - - ,uHr.., riJJOJIHE inr luiinj u, uiikii noua ui roadster- To.. J "'".., Bltzabeth W. "" ah.Mnt.dv' wIlhrtMt ravo? andj nlh'. FOUR' PRISONERS' GO "OVER THE "'' tha- - "marrylBgcjt" cow iirs r:uwsra 11. Kiiwaras, wtin D uitaa, J. L Mcrto4 U oxtchinelv laiurtv. c k c.ta of llr anl j,4h iei''fl)'. oi'nriiey. lm; .irnltv-i- r 4ROAD1 TO FRANKFORT. Probably trueJ Mra. C LV Slngleten entertained ccprat;ons by grower JrJ, itBe.- 9wntT '.' n- o. hi. y.lr.t. J W Brown. iininr. J. M. 'd ' l,l, -those iwav have, watched the mar- - tho .Lady Maccabees Thursday, after- nwlUHi'liuf inM rlt.ttr. tafmn1 , .occktloaatly YeturalnC U visit b'br l.unsfonl. bain and new dwelling of Cdihi-D- . , visited n T. if .balance 'due, 8nerl" McCarty and Deputy W. B. rlage h ,argcf cou. noon from .30 until 4 o'clock with dritrly boicved ,)Mt still Uvlng la Lin' ""' ,Cmbry took four pyUoners to the l.unford and wife Me.dames Jones L Mx. Levi Turpln ran returned from J. S. Lee contracted for building and (lea Barttatjthe licenses Issued here luncheon. Ax social " mon,h1 coln and otaer Cenetral Kentucky couri to n?r rtaqffhter meetings wasi In- - V , penitentiary Thursday who were cbn- . tar cicsedilpr. number the reconiK or SUnford, were guests dr,i. Archie M,chorter bringing news (minting for him. ties. Kor'siany year ahe ftw a cV and Wltlit-rs- . dnlged la and all had-an- enjoyable oled and BeBtcncca ot recent f another grandson. tlie jH,ustonvllIe or airs. j. ji. trew Mr. Jack Murphy Is very bus- - build inerl- - tounuuera txxper nas re- sliteat member .H,ystorvUe can boast aa, onl, ihel .. Mrs. Singleton. Is . PastLady term ol Lincoln Circuit court Two aM time. w ITesbyterlaa church aad although for HoVeral of our people are attending Weniai trop(ca can or tnreo marriep Ing a tenant house for Mr. Charter Antfv lean aw lia. fnlfMwlMa "B 7 Commander of tho Lady Maccabees yere white and two were negroes, one loe lorn couples; within vefa yearr- away froth that vicinity the revival service at Hcbroq church oubles la andfronT three miles rang Roberts on tbe Hill frm. I 13 to the (ogJn ages Henry E 'Deatherago and Miss Bee- - ot Rose Hive No. 10. mature ,f them belng Bin Mewhon, the lad. did not withdraw her leltcr. In t'er T rwno wus given a sentence 01 irora ono Mr. M. G. Murphy Is In SUnford ou Hie Carrier, of, the Highland aectloa. noar Cdar Creek, conducted by Hevs. Vtnernble year . nroonyn nome sue pi ib iouco wun n.T Parev nialn and Jnmm Hall ' to five years ror rorgery under the who were made oao by Ref. JM,,J OJa. Kentucky by correspondence and 'Andrew Johuuon, J. H. Roberts and sttend-the burial of Mrs, Mljlor. business, ' R, F,D.N4 3." indeterminate sentence law. Although She wfta a .Moroland at Lexington. Interior JburnaL b'f.Wm, Hprlukls. by reading-th" .jiirparcutly much under that age, young K-of th 1, "''V0"1 Krvln ftad Mr?. Mary B. Chjf which she wa a cbnstaat reaaer and rillr Born, tothe wireofTfcomas.NayIor.y,Prsnpll year and was a pplc,r- tltlteni aro very anxious church for BW0, tnat n? ls over f,n' of tne Crab rrt Section, who mmmZZ?TuZi TjZSh n,nM ru.mwt. .w,,m ... . ....M. lor u subscription term of school to 4d niothcrljr pld lady, and had a hot 5 ears and desired to bn sent to tho were united by Her, K. D. Noaks. IW1UB tn.grual anticipation. over this county her age qf or John Mir--; ,,,, Tne otne wnlte prtemeP wa9 Tills the groom's third marrlaxe and! 0. W. SUrnes bought the Unio between now and the was 82. .sTh nn.t rw rnonih. have Mrs. Lucy MAatin who succumbed .". 'VJT:,,, 7"7 acle and sons 11 hpga for 72, 5 calves Qhns Hutchison, ot Crab Orchard, who , ,h foil ,,m in., i i..- . Unwen Goer bought from J J. A. . tha bride's : ,iikn..t ,i..ii m.'i.i.min - -- ,.. ., --lno -- .. wuw , w ..cr ,0 ureal yuite nague- reom- - Aloys Moes and Mia if0r 150. Mr. Starnou turned them got two years for shooting at J. B ta Dora Klelbasa rw. plaint, for she was ready nnd satis- - zi0 Pettus has been requested to con. laln nnd College streets Ho will ury 28, was u faithful wire, a drotet oi to Land & Buchanan for a ntcn Qllkerson. " icaanaconi.ueni.na uerwisniooe ,,uct Ul0 MlooU nnd hM the maUef ou m a 7nagogu... vauenjac u molnw, u consistent ChrlsUan In all Protlt C0Or JohnsCS, Colored had v ' "l"",.cu "" " "" laiu . nesiae iovcu ones who , cnu under consideration. '"9 ' . . A " r-- u"n has Btruck coal on nu charges of forgery against him and schools abandon the Hurley tobacco business u,e. words Imnlv. She suffered lone All v !S. - mmii- -, paueauy ana :rs3Urnuy express i .0.uHlu Howard Camnltr nn.l bi bride arc nna Diate near Turnersvlllo. was ghen from one to five year.1 In .... .. .. 1.. J spondtuir n lew uays in l.ou ii e.oil nerneir as belnr ready nnd. wll in niriiiHi ' ,. . Born, to the wife of J II. Hooker Hudson and Mlsi Belle ICidd each caso, while Ucorge Mcltoberts, Warner atlfnctlou, und ir h0 accept! "vlth relatives. piiaa iiiiiv iinimpciiwiii thn home of her daughter on Saturday ,!, ill iiinr nil a babv boy. also of color, has tne charge of forfenluB, March 4th, by the Rev. Dr u.ts term, both patron and pupil are tiaVnnues'wVMasf cure awnlted ner bodl,r ,,is nero nnd U" "' thtt Ha8t Hnd' who heard the .Mrs. Tabltha Peek Trom Lyon coun gery to pay the penalty of from ono to ' wok's bald tha. made them one, at tho ty Metho- Hjiiiiuii or the N. Y.. Avcnuo dcsirnblo building lot on the corner her wish was granted ror the grim ti b coll8,alunlo"d Is vlslUng her son J. W. Peek In tlve years for. .,. u of Main and CollcKo streets for 975. monster laid lilu finver lishH on omirf hii,u d... ,Kt. I.Al.n iuo oeg- - tho Turners "" """ ilist church Brooklyn N, Y. Alter llle neighborhood. lie will doubtless build n handsome n ,,d ,eop t which tho remains were taken to Lexd ne fc ke ond marriage of each, I H. F, Martin bought 14 sheep from boiue on It during the coming summer . , , ARABIA. , Reynolds and Mls LllB Hnr. JUDICIARY RECALL John , -- ington by1 nor grandson, William B. . " u,t:i i..iU, ft.u., Mr tleo. T. AshlocK sold the pro- - " " v"-"- -" John Miracle at a good price. ol ln wayneauurK BBction, wno Kdnurda1. to be placed In the family rcjatlvea he bought recently frontlnK the there to meet Mends and Mr. Bird Peek from Bowling Green Mr. H. B. Rosa was here on business Walton In Lexington Horald.) home ot Mr. James Back on West F. p'ot of h'or father and beside her tiu- - w- vtl0 haj aready crossed the crystul ,vera "nllei l tne nonie r la ilsitlng relatives in this county, , ... oppose to tho call of Main street to J J Allen Monday, Those who Juckeon. Mis Alma, Lee has been who had 'preceded her so long Mljn PwJ.Ttaidey haa returned.1' Judges lu tbe Arizona Constitution pro. tbekueet otfrleadabere., Mrs, fJlmy tn lonely hours llko these It lu a mo. de,1ghtful vlfit wth friend! NOTICES. CHURCH ceed on the principal tha every tlmo Jni roativea In lulaskl county, NEW POfiLTOpPIC RULES. supreme satisfaction to hayu a promise ! Luddyad,kdauMer.(,ei; Somerset, , ' . rendem ,a Judge ... . an unpopular decUIoa.. Mr. nillle Oadbeiy, fend wite pf -f .. wh,.i, ri-t.- ... u(ll.itMfittt at.Utl hav beea can ,;-- .i " HtJliBLE " " . . -. ". 3 t A..l....fll. will a nlta thai. ruitwaMiis wpi the guest- - ef friend here. j "!" uuiuviwiir... vaAaii uuiiiBiiiia niu iniviu .. ..- anottier lire .iuter tnia ana mat no ww pwwMrr luTBiuuiie. ,"!'" ioi- ininiii win ni. nnr nn tavMH in ,vv . 1,. rj i o'clock flchoolhouso at thre Mr: Perry has beea oa the sick lint wm, uut tne experience or those ell bu- '- ,n whef8 lowtngrufej. for the b.aertt or hU pat- digipiBtent awaltai, the-e- , Mr. aad Mrs. Victor Banders to 9 jfar Mrs.XlIaa Snow and MIm Clada sous aa4, Ua you may know what you Matlbtiry were guests or air. aaa les ,anu states wnieu nave iiqopte tno will permanently locate and wlll.,ba th0 subject for this sketch . Mra. 8. B Sanders Saturday and , t , ., dIil;IiSOB recall policy proves tbit U la n9t of. given tLe glad hand of welcoma oy LJttle'were the, guests of Mrs. L'lttla . tt e, h her may. "nV .letters given out un- 9emaa ' .A fty m. all, " , .. ,1 . tea Invoked "Thr nr Ut they nave beea, received. If you , ,. nnii.i church wUl be Kill- - Ptallh, Thursday. .,,.- - unrrlntlr audlencu at. .iqvaDie nature ana. her inte'l ' i '1 ' jnmes iibitis nwusni--. fr ft ' 'calls, and 'ftuUnUv'fflf-'tiKBa Toague.? Tne eveaiag on the alon of the - "V:-- -i v.- uncie jonnnie is oat, ot a nous. ' ' T." V..! L. iaw uas urea -- . ;. be "Wonhlp" postmaster eubject will Mrs. Jennie .. atetner is .wun oer T kfeper so look out widows hill be. 1; . t. . 1. m ,mi(io U) r Who .is.siCK. nrpcmci and down oni. wo oiiciais aave oven recalled s .. asf ftilnnftM u ir.,-...!- , aroaad, . , or tneia Dem an alderman who L"r;r..iT3. """ on. r01"1' "'. the cellar. also. It ought to be ability thera. . '.t the Christian church the huT weok aurlng spring, goods. M.fTooeabi visited hh sister had sold out; and the other a Mayor of their teacher In both music and .After a funeral service at the late aomewhere aBd he likes to hunt for It Sunday morning hla subject will be Mr.J. Mr. J, T. Roberts, of Oakdalee Is c Mra. Sallie Dayldeoa at Danville, nor. home by tho Rev. J. 3. bicker tbe Inn to nleaie vou. If your frond "Tha New rnuioiism. visiting hit parents Mr. aad Mra. J. T. wno neirayca m interests 01 mm elocution. mqru accl thow who Ca. h is a fine -pooplq, Roberts. Mr. P. C McKee sold hli tobacco werB MA t0 deS; Dunn had a floe " beautiful don't get a letter or a pap.r on th ama .lll ha thnrrmaMu rpnnlfl Hun Bona McKechnle went up to RichIf recall, are to be permitted at all l to blamo. If he tells )ou no. put oa . 9 30 a"m.. Preaching at crop at 12.08. Purfalo cemetery there to await the hnol entertain-iron- . mond last week to a school they should apply alike to every offl- - Ing his spring wagon jn tho side, of summons of the historic anzel. Gnbrlol a grieved look und say there ought in 45 A. 'W.. era 7 '30 P M. C, E. Mr. Harmon Jones and sister Miss , clal. Because a rascall at heart la tho pike She ran against a point. of a ,.'h.n i.- av,.n ummn r to be some. He Is probably hiding mfetlng, at 10:45 P. M. Foreign mis L'leola Jones ut Arabia have boea wis nrnni r ivv.'v.b in In lilnlnrv nf hn ,?. Ml a Jennie Kanktn visited her als olected Judgo there U no rr.rlnv or nating .nn..u "Amou"t l.o.t leaBon to be Vlwli eon of ages to awake and meet tho your mall for tho pleasure ttnnojnced the guests ot friends at Mlddleburg. tcr Mary In Richmond last week. wll. abort t.mc nev,e mat u wui oe enureiy euminateu . mr joni y wheat who tins been king of alory In Hla trlurauhant you call for It. Ask him to look again. ulimiav mnrnlnir. D. M. Walker Mr. C. Leach returned lost weok If you are buying stamps mako him M In titer, Nearl) 100 persons were cruched or because of his election Judges aro living sou'ral years near Earleston. march throuuh thn universe. Dougnt a store Mm. binned to death In a panic which fol- - sometimes tho most corrupt of offlcl- nSS'Vv stock "I A Daughter. Mns, TOM FRANKLIN lick them twd put them on. that's his Headache, dlilnets, nlgbtswoat from aweekg'. visit to hla tor . and when this Is shown, they "higher 1.1 this com- Baland family at Ludlow, " .lowed the explosion of n moving pic and all stomach distress will vauuh . t should b ImiUCdlatulV DUt OUL ThO mnnllv than Mr VVI.nl Anna In hi. I TK nf ,h. A.n.rln,. i.tilnn Al llnlnimln lllinln. Iter. Claunch filled his appontturat b,etI Mr. J 8. Smith, overseer of tho Tobacco Company showed total earn ' The lower house of the Mlunenota wnen Ml "n Btomacl uf Tho Unltod States Supremo Court Arizona Constitution soems to be all at Now Salem church Saturday night b03t d, ?k' a bill providing for ' r0M11t'e"(.att,"M land Sunday decided that the state of West Vlr- - right, and the people Bhould bpvo U5.015.352 against !10.448,38l Logl.lature v CreoR "to"' MatRw u 8toro tUey previous year. Of thin amount the direct nomlnatlou of United Statw glnla must pay over 17,000.000 of tho what they wont. nolda' corner, has began work on the the 123,035,311 Is applicable to dividends Senator by the Orcgou plan, Uobr, ot old Virginia. LOOK AFTER ROADS parsonage, - Tho FUcal Court at lis meetlnff In 1'cbiuary directed that nil delinquent I DIADEM LODGE toxc ant delinquent proportyl TO FNTFK MINISTRY BEST IN SD STOPS AT MORELAND IU LlllCIV tJiits for tho year 1910, bo adtcrnlscd jjn the. Interior Journal gUIng names! BIQ EMINENT tnt constnblo Presley Sluder for shoot r.nPFN miipphv to ne nnnaiN tnd. amounts due not paid on or before PREPARING TO ENTERTAIN HEARS CROWD Kings Ing through a window of the EO AND MOVE TO TfXAS April JO 111 1911. O. II. Cooper, WEST END-FARM EXPERTS TRICT K. P. CONVENTION Mountain depot and the ball came, THE PROGRAM Clerk: RR8 SORC ON TOBACCO l.PiiF Idlllnrr n ronHnrlnr of th- - South-- ' -- - --HERE NEXT WEEK. era. Matt Reynold cut off. With his full road force he hopes to complete the cut off and open same to travel In ooo week. Tom Bracket!, of Pulaski was ar rested this week by out mait cfficl- - YOUNG BAPTIST tniniJliI '" -" ly Wi)si Kng beat-know- n Fr -I- Mat-thaw- 1 hai"." 'bu-'caused- 1 . Jtt u . .' .- .".... iijvw inut. ., hr 1""'"" ""i-tuDan- 1 1 . ljfJ slrlnJ flCMn '" well-know- t PPr Ms Oft ii..h,.. ... "' " '" wf d . 3-- 4 r-'a w.u,u..,Uau " "Marryngef Cniir, J; pig - s ft, 1 e " "" lJ..ve .-- I.. Iff TJ Pei nA "" -- I ,.v.j.v, awv i, tm .i.s tp 'for . ..Tkat-AlacolB- 0, - ' """ "" I. J, - d iii ht ,m,mr Pryri"n Vl ':...i h..r. nr wltnai.'or v- lEgUUHIlif HiaiM ii'a.Hi. J- 1 u -' .- :,..:'-"- any ,,... ..cm..,. '" y ""'" rpra ,' "Z T.. .. - 'rrJl JZZ 1 .. """" r- "w, ' tw woa'vm ..., .. i" '' '" d 1 ...r. t. , ....' ,.u ait . jj,' ,' . ' ... ,- -T KT-rf.5J.i- .... k.. 1 ..... ,in itwCTj-nmi- ., rrv ...,. .. ' rtwMl ...r ---t- ..s ;. i""" .. ...' n,ci ZXm' ttw'fieli i.v;c .,, lnlotSlly. "Xn !. r't Pter r.,, ... ta al. KS "" ....! .... PM IW f n i' vA sv-- i. vmBjmm! Ttn. ie STAWFORB. HNTUKY 1HTBW0K JWVKNAV. on provided by the com n.on school law. Tho officers of the election will also cause the said legal voters in tne smci proposed common ,chooi district to vole for tiro per Bcn, to ,e tni8l(!M t M. iamo , A Ux M ba tpprOTOd by tho iad votor8 Th ofrlco ot tho , d- sa fegSSPiSnCSSiyg" FRIDAY, MARCH 10th, 1(11. Interior Journal. Established 1872 M. ItXTON This h the trade- 8AUFLEY,, .Publisher YttAR STRICTLY IN ABVANCE tered nt Mi paetottlcs as second cWCfi malt. M Stv j SEMOCRATIC TICKET. f Far Circuit Judge, HON. CUA.R.'lvt Ai HARDIN, of Mercer County hall to tho intrcpiu reo mu sator Robert L. Owen, of Oklahoma, quarter blood Indian, v. lth the lateness ot his dying raco, held tho abllcan senate at bay In Ita closing urs last Saturday and made a brll mt filibuster on behalf of the rlghti Ml JJio fighting for and the Arizona constitution kltona New Mexico's constitution had en read and lis reactionary iru Llorra wero acceptable to tho presl Lnt and to tho republican major! and New Mexico wag about to admitted alone. Owen took tho or to fight for Arizona tinder a lonstitutlon which wa) ijrogrosslre Bd vital in that it conuunea mo LitiatUe tho referendum and the ro- M. He planted himself upon tho oposltlon that from which tho en- L Knate failed to move him. The iro great force fighting for supro- government were tho acy In this reca of progress and pojjular aov relgnty represented by tho Arizona nstltutlon and tbo reactionary-1- k buenceu of Interest and ultra corner- atlsm represented by New Mexico. Upon this ground he feltAo wm Justl- In deUlnlng th0 Senate to the nt rM.nieut or protest n oena i ui he great principle of government In which he believes. Incidentally but with perfect frank ness, Senator Owen aeciaroa me ouu-iirmajority wanted to admit New Mex Ico because it would add two republi can State Senators to the list, and be refused to see Arizona excluded be would bring in fcan&o itfc admission two Democratic Senators. TilnntDd 11 nnn thean Dosltions. the . a a young ana nery oenaiur w ol.in1lltV. Jy Immovable to all tho lnflences that tould be brought around him. " canoinH trorn In terror over the fate of individual bills. Other Sena tors were In alarm over tho fate nt the last moment of certain Important remnanU of tho appropriation bills, and tkere were one or two who cherish, ed the faint hope, at tho last hour, soma lingering reaction toward rociproclty might bring that matter to a successful conclusion and save tho senate and the people the labors of an extra sesilon. Grave and dignified Senators swarm e beea around tae desk of Owen of Oklahoma but the stern! young Senator turned from each of them and tranquilly continued his argument .for Arizona. Then finally the vice president ot the Senate himself stepped down from the chair of the senate, and, leaving fttnoot In his place went over to plead with Owen to relinquish his position of advantage and give way to other business. Even to the Vice President of Oklahoma turned a smiths: face. I rbut an absolutely obdurate car and went cooliy on. A message came from the president of the united Statei. who was now in the marble room of tho Capitol, offer ing that if Senator Owen would come to the President a sincere effort would "h made to reach an adjustment on the Arizona matter. At thl3 Owen shook his head with emphasis, snapped his black eyes an refused to tor Into any conference, looking to a compromise of Arizona's life. Tkere was aire m dramatic a fll' buster seen upon the floor of the Son ate, or a fillbusterer upon which waa levelled such wealth and personal and political Influence all in vain. finally Senator Owen. In his owa good time, agreed that if the Senate wouki vote then and there for tha ad. mlss-toof Arizona and New Uexlea ,poa ea.ua! terms at tho same time, aa woaia surrenaer uto lioor. TMi w aeeomplished at 11:80. The vote" waa adverse to the proposition by 4S to 86 refusing both states, ant Ove tataCM bis point of winning aa equal' ooaDffce r atlofl for Arlsoaa. lOwcn was ostensibly p ' vP'e- - publications and the North American Hcnco they Review are Morganlzcd. fall into lnconsplclous desuetude. The blight of that owneruhlp cannot long Although serious, not be concealed. until the country press shall have been subjugated by special Interests win the situation become alarming. Noth ing, except his shirt gets next to a man man qulte llko hla home paper and as long as that paper stays true tne citizen cannot be misled even by the morganizatton of the literature of the nation. California Outlook. tho Interior, has finally resigned, and ir"li. ' TjV Liry.-T- " -as n fitting climax to tho stench which uwpcia coiiw, ncauaure. or. J u. p.- he has been in tho nostrlU ot honest cawed by mAgettion and conUipahon so men, I'resldent Taft expresses his promptly ana cnecuvay inai n u uic one perfect famSy laxative which gives warmest confidence In him. Tbo re to ail and is recommended by sult In the congressional elections last mffions of famibes who have used it and Kovembcr, hardly showed a vote of who have pcnonal knowledge of iU ex cellence. confidence In Balllnger on tho part Its wonderful Doouanty. however, hai the standard Cod Liver people, however They havo of tho ted unscrupulous dealers to offer trnka- not yet had a chance to express their bora wroth act utuauslsctoruy. Oil preparation of 1 here-for- e, opinion personally as to Talt, but when buying, to get ks beneficial year world. Nothing equals will undoubtedly do so next effects, always note the ful name of the aWeraa Fig Syrep Co. Company weak build it Mortan Chlnn, of Frankfort has an pUinfy prmted on the front of every nounced as a candidate for Clerk of package of ihe genuine Syrup of Figi and wasted bodies of the Court of Appeals before the demo- and ciixa ot oerma. young and old. For sale by au leading druggists. Price cratic primary. His chief opponent so far Is R. L. Greene, alsd of Frankfort. 50 cents per bottle. druggists for sale ny Just to prove how tho Franklin county democrats consider tho democracy nnd d ,hU ad. Stmt 10c, name of pPf NOTICE OF ELECTION chances of the two men, we'll wager Strings Dank tod Child's our bciutiful Esch Uak contain a n nice summer Panama that Morgan Good Luck Regular term Lincoln county court- will defeat Grceno in Franklin county St, N. Y. SCOTT t BOWNC 469 close to n thousand majority. held February 13th, 1911, Hon. Jamee mighty Any takers T P. Bailey Judge presiding. In the matter of tbo petition ot the President Taft has ordered 20,000 It has been known tnnt the Harper citlieas of McKlnncy, Ky., for n com. satis-facti- mark which is found on every bottle of the .genuine on the cnto nt onco and tho violator Miybo lnmlo'l. - Danville Advocate. Not only rJesMivt and rerVeahtng lo Its one ot Stanford's largo and heal the larie. but irenllv cleanwiR and iweet- thy mcnngcrlo of "t'gers" a llit'o off eniB8o the syttem, Syrep of Fm and EKxk of Senna n. partoaJarly adapted Ms bent. lolaAcsand cHdren, mm beneficial m all cases m vhKh a wholesome, strength- A. IJalllnger, Secretary of Particularly the Ladies. ings therefore WW HEALTH 1 qi55 53nS2 Richard rusajsr.3 l " .. ,a ncl(j. Attest: J. U. Coopor. Cicr)t Lincoln county court. 26 " vt"' election ntonce nftor8nm) '"l.f in the Bathroom 1 1 ft Scott's Emulsion the FOR SALtTOrt RENTI acre farm on good pike and near good town 1 story cottage & rooms below and two above, two good burns and all other necessary outbuildings. Place well watered and fenced. In splendid community and will sell cheap. Sco L. It. Hughes or W. L. McCarty, Stanford, Ky. 2 to up the all ' 1H1IIIIIIIIHIIIIMI 76 acres of land in Lincoln county. About 45 acres of fine tobacco land, and 14 acres or tine bottom land. Good tobacco bnrn 34x4818 feet to eave. This barn Is new. Other buildings aro eld. Good chance tor komeona to make money. Price 13,51)0 Bee L R. Hughes or W. L. McCarty.' A BARGAIN. Do you realize the importance of bathing under thoroughly efficient sanitary conditions? Are the futures and plumbing of your bathroom just as they should be hygienic and healthful, 3i 'iji ;t 'i',j- and does the room afford all the convenience and comfort you desire? These questions demand careful considerstJoo, aJfectirig at they do the health aad happwea of your home. If you need bathroom advice we will supply k free, and without obligation to you, and if you decide to make use of out aid, toe will MitmmW Msv??PnSrL guarantee eur plumhhg, and sup ply genuine 'Sftte&ttf Plumbing Futures we!! known as the perfedsen of tankary equipment, and fuBy guaranteed by the manufacturers. Can we help you? If so, ask for aa estimate. t Sketch-Boo- k MMIIIIH P.l Do Bauu, Kerr and McGlnnls will have a big horse and mule salo nt Perryvllle Saturday March 11. A flno chance to get good stuff. HAselden Bros LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. TELEPHONE US AT OUR KXPKNSB. , j 4 political dofiesters or tho dallies say that Senator Bradley has declared for Lieut Gov. W. 11. Cox for the republican nomination for Governor. If thoy dared hold a primary O'Rear would sweep his party like McCreary will the democratic. Editor Dave Duncan, of the Meade County Messenger, doesn't know the wart over, and moreover ho arguen, like an old woman, from one, vory acute, ancle of a proposition. Make up Dave and get out of the hearse. bevoral drunks have been upon the streets the past few days. Rumor has it that another blind tiger has brok en out. Local detectives will be put . The u"i full war equipment, and It looks like nion graded school. At the last regular term of the Lin' we are going to take a hand In tho opera bouffo revolution going, on In coin ooosty cwrt, held Janus.. tho southern republic Diaz Is report liill, a petition signed by John Montr ed to have dfed. and It Is said his goinery, U. C. Smith, Q. A.' Hughes, friend in tho government are keepW. War-keing tho fact a secret to prevent whole A. C. DUllea. J. L. Beck. T, C. H. Wright, J. W, Cocking, V. all over tit. country, sale outbreaks WVhy annex Mexico, and clean VP O. True. Claude Butler, John Sluder, GreoserlandT W. H. Hughes,. G. A,MasUn. W. J. Duncaa, 8. A. Montgomery, C C Smith Urey Woodson and a few others Gooch, J. J. Durham, C. L. Piles, OCTOBERS who are mad became they cannot run Ed. party, are endeavoring and G. SlBgJetoa, Superintendent oi NOVEMBERS the democratic to induce Owsley Stahtey to announco coramoa schools of Lincoln county, DECEMBER for goiernor against McCreary. Let snd A. K. Caldwell. W. Laadgrar. Jaa. Mc T. Mundy, and Geo, W. Hunn memhim announce. If he Is so foolish. Creary will defeat him worse than hp bers of Lluceln county board ot education, nuking that graded common would have Ben J6nnson. school district, bo established with Col Roosevelt has announced tbt the boundaries as follows to wit: Beginning at Coffey's store, thenco Itinerary of his tour of the country. His to Sam Douglass including him thence uhlch began on Wodnesday. first Btop will be at Atlanta Tho lino to Dave Sluders' Including him, thence It, Including ot travel dips down to Mew Orleans to Bob GIvcrs pla'cp and extends to Montana. thence to Dick Cooper Including him. tbenco to Cogors, including him, Tho annual municipal elections In thence to tho Hanging Fork bridge, place, thence to Maine rcuultcd In tho choosing of six near J. S. Murphy' Democratic Mayom as against three the Fowler bridge C. N. O. & T-- 1 R. It. at crossing pt tho Hiistonvlllo sanio placo a year ago. graded school district, thtsneo to Ilnll r, It-n-e I nitcd 8tato; soldier, to Toxaa under State Bank & Trust Co. -" Growth Of Deposits Since Organization $17,674.99 -. 8- . . $34,173.75 . . $34,410.13 - -- ; ,.sj5 m&mt-f; JANUARY 9 - $42,702.08 FEBRUARY 8 - $51,279.34 - MARCH HT 8 $56,619.46 We Cordially Solicit Your Bank Account. TTieFi am KmatsVV mm Mmmmjf f tmtol JffBMljP - Ilkk&va - Looks o " -- r. to eouie forth throe times a wee to accommodate ita advertisers. Wkat to our friends thlalc ot tko Me at Interior Journal at the aauie prleo of II a year. Let's hear from some on the subject, especially those who will advertise, aad we can Klgbty quickly determine whether it will psr the expenie or an extra Issue. Tel' - Jtut "hat tom think of the ft MOixwttloa. What's a ade' jtapera frleala rarVVf t gtvjH m&0 Tnsrsrsssr edm - the I. 3.. will i m- ftffcattWty aft it la soa-- tr tlranch creek 15 rods stone. HUnford and Lincariter pike sec 1 from Stanford to Logana Ine io rods slon0 and 15 roda gravel. ,rom Loa's lane ta f,'0, line 25 rods gravel. Stanford and Knob Lick pike 1 from etaarord to Hustonvllle pixito Hanging jvrk creek, io rods gravel. Samo sec. 2 rrom Hanging iArk to gfcwJETta Ami wm. mammm Interaction of Danville and pike 16 rode gravel. Imrlmmnmm&mmm&m&qfmmmmJk HUnford and Danville pike arc 1 from Stanford to Mrs, MaUea 31 QmmmtrmWbm'Mmmmk rods, stoae. 80 for each section. In 'said propobed eded Same MC' ?, tfom Mru. Whites to " school district, herein lanura m m mrui Stanford aad Mllledgerllle pike II Boyle county Una SO rod stone. the establishment of the bald propos- aad damage for wltkia the time aad rods Btaaford and Praachersvitle alktr Uelr conlracta Hac. 2 from McCorraack's ehureh to ee. I from Stanford aad Crab Orch. ed grated coramoa ihool dlitriot, uador tbe coadltlosfi hareinslter men rel pike to Wilkinson's Kaob Lick pike 7 rods. llraoth 2 aad have endorsed their consent In Hustonvllle sad McKlsary pike rods atone Orchard snd Lancaster pike writing: upon said petition, and It furSame sac. a fmm to a. W whdn road fi rods gravel. 1 frons Crab Orebftrd wilk'aaoa'i ther appearing that Garland Singleton Sec. nlapA 3f rods stoae. Hustonvllle aad Coffey's Milt pike Brancj, to Crsb Orchard and Ijuicaa-le- r lOraii. pike. Superintendent of common schools of Bame sec. 2 from nausman's rate sec 1 from Hustonvllle to Wm Carpealera Creek and Uopetaad SI rods stone or stravel. Lincoln county, has consented to the place to (larrard line 2 rods crarel Bame sec 2 from YVm. Carson's la Hke whole road 21 roda gravel Crab Orchard and Chapers Oap establishment of the said proposed dla Ike whole rosd 3 rods etnate. PrrcberTllle to Oarrard county ( Ut Hnlem 41 rods stoae. trtet, and hai endoresd his consent Hustonvllle and riradfordsvtlle pike rods rravsl. HL.roni aad Otteakelm lk 8s. Klagavllle and Dnnean are 1 frost Wayaesbnrr lke whole road 21 roda gravel. 1 from Btaaford aad In writing upon tho said petition KlBgsvllle to Capt Ulll.r's Hufltpaville and Csrpenter's stone. II roda , -- . j .i .i. - ii. km -t n Lima' - nlaca IS rod I.v.'- - tn1 nlka whole road 70 rods gravel. Creak gravel ytvj'ii " '" - :' - One ef the most remarkable proofs of times a week until the syttea tn has set- cola county Uoard of HduoaUon kas, " . . um unuiuai laxative merit contained In tled to From Capt. Miller's to Ca.e. Ilae II Danville snd Hustonvllle pike see. 1 ,a Its future condition. .M Dr. Caldwell's Syrnp Pepsin la that It Is rrom Huitnnvllle to Rlaok pike SO rods roda none 4 rods of thia stean io he Among strongest supporters ef Dr. edorsol same br alenlns eald petition I gamo so. S from Booae's atop effective not only In people in the prime Caldweira the pot on bed rock at far end of pike. stone Syrup Pepaln are Mr. W. a. aad this day tne said petitions ap-- . qh,,, s rods or itravsi. of life, but at the extremes of acea. Aa Zorn of New Decatur. Ala. and Mr. Oeorg pike to A rod or atone fiera Ssme srs, many letter are received from mother a Bpaalotas of tha Natkma) Crab Orchard and auiaiora y egate Iioyla county 2line II reds ttoae 1 slat or 226 cubic or rraT.l K1I In open court and Jmes P. Soldlera peered recording tha cures of children, aa from Homo. Kansaa, both elderly men. The fet Lineoln county 1 from Staaford to Baussrona'a men and women of alxty, aeventy and regular alas bottlea can llasd broken stone asd gravel mnst rods aravel ba bought ot any Dalle, Judee of the reds Btoae. yeara or act. It mast ba truly a druggUt at fifty cents and one elehty a on marria of road or n.rtir a ttee niaek pike whole road. dollar, but court, agreed with them that the pro- nra sec. 2 from nauihsaaas wonderful laxative. a free aagapla bottle can be had by send- nrui1 Stanford nnd XlllledxevlUe alke see 1 Q.t rods Stone. fTifi nnmmnn achool district in n,voir'j 3catn 15Bywatsrs Kt ,ls from Staaford and Hustoavllle pike Ie Seplfmbej. Hth, 1SI1 All gravel 191). of constipation I,thiin eur people It haa n aad bowel ing year address to the doctor. be spread before October 16th from troublp old equal. It Dr. Caldwell doea not feel that tha .hall ta aa herotofora described, andi Samo sec. All metal la to be maasurel by th. rhurek 15 mda gravl OwraoU tha oonitlpaUon, dlaaela tha head- purchase or his remedy SO rods stoae or gravel. McCormnck'i ends 2 ache, blllouMeaa, raa. drowalnaaa after gation. IT haa specialised In hla obli- tha court being sufficiently advised Crab Orchard Hame rte fnm MoCormaek'aI leeratantstlve of tha anurt. Sa . and Vayaenrg pike see. stomach, eating, etc People adTasalng la yeara liver and bowel dlseaaea aoa ordered nnd adjudged 1 Stanford Mllledravllle 25 rods gravel to talsnate when and whsre It t to be It is for should see to It that their bowels mora yeara and will ba pleased toover forty ed from Stanford to Ottenhelm pike. church give tha Stanford aad Bit River pike eee 1 srread not later than Jannary lit 11E frealy. and If they do not to take Dr. reader any advice on the aubject free that W. I McCarty 81ierlff of Lis IU rods stone. tn Haydea's swlteh 10J All stone furnished must ta cod Caldwell's Sjtbb Pepala. Tou can proare welcome write Sam. sec. 2 from Otteakelm pike to from Kowlard long your life by bealthr bowel action. of charge. All for tha medicalto advice cobs county, bo and Ym is berrvy an sound, hard limestone oi quart aad him. Whether May wood county road 35 rods stone. rods gravel. 2 Clogged bowel Invito dbaaso. Woman r tha free aampla addreaa him Dr. rdered to cause a pell to be opeaed froti Haydea's Swlteh ( broken la piece aol te extaed twe Same sec u...-iabout to paaa tha menstrual period cannot W. b. Caldwell. 'Mt Caldwell hulidlffg. Same section a iroro aaae nnn imar. In the tevn of Molaney, Ky., aBd aa a battar Uuui uh Syrup Pepala aeferat Moatleello. UL .nuirt in diameter. m.a tn Tartar's store E roda oae to Trsyiora 3 fraai Trarlors Isae to The court or Ita representative aiar flame see. maasBammaaE99ntss9eSBBsmajaaBftaBftmi eleotioa to be there held oa the 1st Hame sec i frcni Carter store to rejest any material sot ol proper alae Usrrard conaty line 21 toods stoae. day of April, 1111, same bains mora iniifhiunn'a School Iloasa 12 red I.lacola and Doyle pike "vkMe road er uallty. Bidders mast say whath-e- r staae will be brokesT ky fcaad 'of days after tha eatry lhaa forty Dsavll'e and Ijiacister pike whole from rtutcheaoa's Mam. sec. emshed. of this order, to take tbe ceasa of the School Uouse to Butt's) sfara 12 rods rosd II reds eteae. The court raaarvea the right U Bame see 2 tiaa toll eate ta fair The treat iimin .1 Dr. PSeree's Getdefl Mtdle Dis. leaai wh(t vatera la said proposed stnad reject aay aad rode cevery la auriajf wsak ttoraaeh., watted badiea, weak from Watt's stora to place 25 aae. 3 stoae. fair place te Ut. oa which bids all hlda. Bleak forma Uaaia sc may be made snh be graded cemnion school dislriet. whath ICiagsvllle frosa flame Pike 12 rods Btsaia. lost, aad abUaate aad lingering eoofti, is imsad an obtained from tha aonaty elark. Copies r there shall be levied aad eolleoted Same soc. 7 from KlafPivllle plks Balesa it reds stoae. (be recoa.tioa at tha taadiuaeirtal troth that "Gsldta may be ettalard aft tie Baaaa see. 4 froaa Ut Halaa ta 6as of bonis fl A ti f Aa nssuMal lMeJical DJ(MTt)ry aaaaliea Nolare with bedybaild' ,aa anauai lav a iHiiiyr uvi flaw a to deo. Oalas' 13 rod gravat. waia Ceuaty Clerk's off) re. 31 rode travel, eaanty Qo. d ini, materials, la ttaue ssc. t froat graveJ. Oalata to ifHtnarord Use fiaatoanua pixe ae. Ltaeola county oim a aoek aaaahar dollars taa eaok one hundred aaa ss w Cllfta 2S rode aad aaaMatrated form. Vith this help Nature aad contractors will ba permitted ta wuria oi uixnaia jirupsrL uwcvwa supplies the from O. W. 01la U I fraan Btaaford ta Gash's stora Jl asa it at II atretitk to the stomach la dlfett Saiao seo. tar rod. reds staae, food, baild shmwt aad rhereby threw oS Irafcria fa said proposed graded aorasnoa p Ik. kadf 'ayaeakare a roda gTavol. &3mWmMMMMMMWr Basse sec 3 from flash brant ta ' Sasae nee. 2 sVasa Cask's stare te obttiaate cb(1m. The "Dwcevery" Kiagavll- l- sad Plaasaal faotat pike tha seheol dU trice, beloagtag to wklte par Hubble II rodt etoae a grave). II rods stoae. Htaaforti aid WayaaatiarB Hasglsg Tork brldg bridge ta Huatea. dietive aad natritiva arioaa ia auad health, oriS Haaajiag fork aad HsL mHSm t soshi aad corporatieas, aad a pall tax to l from SaaM mt. 3 froaa aad eariohea th. hl..d. aad noarishca (ha iwvu- -l. p4ke ta leaser caaatr roaa 12 rods gravel. rods gravel. villa 21 roda staae M roda at oa dollar oa eaca mala lahaW- - gravet. abort catablUhM aattad viraa health. taat over 21 yeara of age, realdUa ft raw 4 tt" aarerw aaaaofaarf "Imat mm ha aaid sataaaM sjradsat aaatsaasi M ht plhmttr oi P0B MIM...H pwtta aaaTMV sABaai dktrtot, for the sarsst, or Mai T mf tUuktm mt (Aa BfHt, (Mara mtmtam) "fmmt mm jfaaaf" tmr fmrn. Bar mm. psssaitslaiag a sradatl aaaiasaa aahaet, Us Waa aald aroaoaaal saavdad SKiasaam Dr. PUrea's Caaiaiaa Saaao MWImI Advtaar, U MaU BaUhj mt, UaaV leme Su.sUIa. IMS) ataaat dlairfaC. aal Mr ta asarasaw 1 aawly rsvSsd (adaM 7a KJitlou, a.p.r.bomul, (Mt lut .H. aooivt ,Uaips, ta .ar .t.4t l saaitiaf prtfkai; r firryqH: s,iihiV-- kaW-- j a.tk-W.atxtmfy. 3t .teuiu. .Vi r. R. V. fUr., Haiti., N. Y. im. jw IHHIIV WF H Anderson Including him, thenco to J. II. Floyd's 'lncludlns htm, thence to Willie Routons Including him, theneu to Richard Scndder'a Including him, thence to Goo. McKlnney's place In cluding it thence to J. a. Mobleys including him, thense to and crossing railroad C. N. O. ft T. P. R. R-- near James Yoeum, thenc with tho Green river pike to tic beginning. And it appoaring to the court that all of the said petitioners are leg" white 'voter, residents and taxpayers in thesatd proposed 'graded common school district, in tho town of McKln-ney- , Ky., and.in .the Hustonvllle district Nq. 4 and the sldo for the school house to be on the common school hoine grounds In McKlnney, Ky., and It farther appearing that a majority of tho trustees In each of the common school districts embraced In whole or part Notice To Contractors! Letting Monday, April 3rd, 1911. ' Samp sec. 2 rrom Casey county road Notice is hereby given tnat bids will be received by the countr clerk to KlngsvlUe 12 rods gravel. McKlnney and South Fork plkf until 10 o'clock A. M., Monday April from Oreen river to canning 3rd, 1911 for stone and gravel con tracts on the various section f turn factory 24 roda gravel. Same see. 2 from canning factory IKea in said Lincoln county. Ky. All bids for furnishing, kaullas to O. T. Ashlock hotel UcKlnney S breaking and spreading stone and crav rods grfcve). Sam sec. 3 from Ashlock Hotel to el must be sealed and filed with the clerk on Or before 10 clcclt A. M HiistonTlile and Stanford plko 25 rod gravel. Moadny April 3rd, 1M1, at Stanford. pike McKlnnav and Tarnersvllto Ky., aad no bids will be received after to that time. Centracta will ba letcon whole road 20 rods gravel. Mill pike McKlnney nnd Coffey's the, inirnt and best bidders, aad tractors will be required ta Ktve bond sec 1 from eaanlng factory to old toll with surety. t be ajproved by the gite 26 rods gravel. UcCormaek'a aad Turntrsvllle common court for the faithful rerfonnanc. of 1 consented to their contracts flad for all peaallles church pike seo frost Turaersvllle ta Ilueh Branch plk sec. 1 from gun-rorand Incater pike to Itosh ecl mag-leterj- al h FREE SA1PLE CURED OLD itb Car-ton'- PERSON'S BOWEt TROUBLE us - '" ... u. A - ju . Aids Nature tiuco-rcsairiammcte-iBaUn- eoa-deas- 4 -- () ft (!) i4,' tt'fs l, George B. Cooper, Clerk Lincoln p,, ar Cuty Court. e tjFJjwTr tx. r - V- - arm arc ri!IC STANFORD. ., !,' - KNT UCKY TMTRKIOK fOURNAL. SKSSSSSSSSSSSS. BAftffBaBOnf B3BB8B wa uaoBvactMosffuesaBe on ,jiuim.k: Junior League BEING DY OH0ANI2CD WOMEN'S CLUBS ar TSwi&flBW vm st".. wbvjt:?0 iEfln4Ff3 R Spring Opening Of S.l 8TATC , no M ailjXCilJISlV V Wa tliio H El Y)rls ., This Week. weeknn entire cnrlond of Wall Partor, thibrfcgfeat'sKip. , Wenre ice living and placing upon our shelves FHerntion i of Women's m tht 'ifrmatlon of K" a? I mlr r In Nil (he srnnl'er towns' ft or the state auxiliary to the Ch "r Fj IB these town 25 I ' Sa Ao tiio'uhtful woman will question desirability of such organisation MS the go ti the tioininR of the thlldren Jjg unci outh nr tho town tea lh,, pie!? to which each member IB t n liriH suhsrrlboK, tells Ita lr"" M HttiltllHt ald AtS'" tl lyi.U.unln,, In Kabila of, wetness, and fi IO'o or order ' li Ike 3tto ire l,'t'ir wtrlnir A Real Gift pcnau ejuiuis a a a -- V . We have about 50 bo .ys' knee 9 xin ui UQem W113JLL Piain, Button Trousers nient that lit twdr bscn received in Danville, and embrncing bcAwocn 18,000 and 20,000 rolls. However, w still haY other shipments to come, notwithstanding the fact that the present one is the largest ever re ccived in a. Kenkicky town the size of Danville. In ordor to gat low prlce&'yreiyqrc forced ,lotb,uy, ,on the wholesale pln. The people of Stanford und surrounding trrilory will profit by our purchase, for we expect to eil accordingly Tow as we purchased. Our now, fresh stock includes the best deetgns of the foreign markets'and the makes of the two recognized manufacture of tho United States, Robert Gravei, of New York, and Thomas Strand, of Boston. In tho 1911 models there are many now and exclusive patterns in fabric effects, cut out borders, crowns and panels and a very large variety of French dosigns. Our heavy purchases enabled us to secure rock bottom prices. Pemember tha public will be benefited by our large deal. , tc 9B i . i win not 'ie Pierfnet Whr Rej Tim: an wrruh W Alrnoet pnj size from 1 a. An m M &i irjt x vllllHlfcllf rn i 'inCMc mjp' nat"ltVti,&PhittI CiikU.. not in sbU iinan.n Jlww 'myoeM - tftadg-- J to 7 Years Th6 bestthincrs yon ever saw g o QllllillOMf lrftr,W,r.lmrV., fi'lil "WWMWWt ii 9 Zi 'r t ritlion." Hufh- - wl'l ftlwiv prot ct fir birj will always protect the property dilierii, the same way that 1 wonld iy ov n I will protnl, to be a true, loyal I tine 1 iti tofd and cnntiot Inll Oi pktlite jo vomanljr cliratr to the hearts of tho ft n tliis flali tb-- un lUltliliil-- r eeiiled out UulUl ig a Hno man wAlltP will ItrinR I $ ior an everyday or school suit. The original price was $2 to $5 You can see some of thern in I 0 a our windows this week at uxl o J i- - Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Supplies at Lowest" Market Prices. axS- - the lmbHi spliltfd or oin onEiHl n Junior flJc I eaiT' a .linens tl... vouna ueiHiIa. und mSllct tfe Ilrnt.worh he Ui aoheoi gat ua den. R3 Snd 'n WK- - KiiJlle Yunker, HOG, Bit lltpl'irn, Ao, Loufalllo, K.v, for t'l m r vi ne as to lww to lay ortt rta gar an dun tini. procui seeds at ureatl ro Wil on. and not ta tonn G 2, & 2.SO. i U'tteU rates v HI 5 Opposite Court House JeaeCarSCiCBBwBCfijBifiaIBa00HBH BeHiCeBO AIT' f RUNNING A NE.VSPAPCR. the gjiit. Now these are Cj&SH I 8 SPPufOBS. Do not ask us 'O f' charg'ethem. JL JD& aEl J JLI lCIy Danville, Kentucky. -CiM t!c(iip Arte snya about every other fellow you meet thitiKn lie could runj i f mil hotel, and wo fcnve come to KB tlH" concliiFloti thnt about every one yon m"ot could run 'a flno newspaper H. J. MeRobets. Stanford, Kentucky. g 0 &&&&& Wagon Work done Main Street 3 v. rurarki Eugene LHote, tho editor ";i(HnMiosa'iiiMiiiaan AffBBafAiwF..AiHwr.7rr.'n3r. SCBOHCrf OBCBCBBBBlBBBaeaOjBaeBiSBCBOB!BOBOBiiJBBCBCBeB 9BiiiaslfiBi9B0BBOBaBfBCiaBSBfB0Bl9Bi?BBaiORCtBi9BOBatOilCB9BBIilBBH9''V' (SB " nml puhlUlinr of tho Mllford (III ) Hei- u'd, editorially In a recent Issue of that l&i5HMr paper Men will UKo the liberty to tell ou how to run a paper, asserts I 'Hole when the wouldn't think of hinting to the mei chant how to con- Carriage and H i. Horse Shoeing, j" . fr WUl. --- -a ESS ikl H. tW 3GK 7k ,aBBairiaH t duct his store or tell tho prencher ft hat to preach. They paj good money for schools and don't know whether Johnny U learning the rule of three oi how to hold a clgitrett,, graceful!), but when It comei to the newspaper sizzling cats, there's where tbey all t off During the past week a friend wanted to know why we didn't try ami run a paper a little more nlouq tho lines of how Christ would run a paper. We don't know Just how that tfould be In the first place if Christ was back ou earth we don't believe h0 would go Into the newspaper bu at all, and If he did we are sure be wouldn't come to Mllford to do It. If our friend hnd wanted It more on a leitslous plane wo could tell him Irankl) that It wouldn't pay. There Is not an editor or a preacher that tould tell the truth for thirty days and stay In the community In which they lite. If our friend doubts this let him tfj. telline the absolute truth for Jti.it ono week and see where he lights W never werc much to "soft Boap" or "blarny" anyone; In fact our blunlaeas and honesty of speech h'as coy I u.1 mi ay friends. Tell the truth! W aren't Kolng to do It yet we be- !,r iv Wni S' l Ut-ttirS-ciyJfewr?sw4C--' strictly first class.. Any casting broken, mended as good as new. All work guaranteed. We solicit part of your patronage. GREER & PRICE, Gomerot St., Stanford, Ky. TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS I am now located on Fourth street, with the best equipped stablo In Dan-lll- e and will be (Mad to see yo'i at WE HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUN any time. And will show the ladles especially courteous treatment. whtn It comes to supplying high grade 8. D. F. LOGAN. FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY nish better lumber, mighty few who can offer a.' good. But even where our lumber can bo matched our prices cannot. Glvo ua your next order and notice how much less It takes to finish a Job and how much smaller the bill Is. lumber. Ve know of none that fur- pest the tqwm nmi CONCRETING Onsen's Mf. STYLE. J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. in A. CARSON, m ResftKraii Erop. -- tm U ywvle. Bud uvu: vt uhj-tke courage to do It. ouiim"! , ' A . srv 5v" f Wearelnroiltluo todoHll kind, m ., eretlng, inch nt Mock Work, I'nvi'iuenti and. In fact, wo can make any lUlug from home down to a teac. uoit. '.Va yon promptly and goaranua un rr. nrtt-cUwork and material. Onll and get our pric. b(or. jron bnr voiiri,iul.ri. ft l.un k kS Kiiuiaa editor announced he would try eae week and he ia atlll la Amirican Feace is thoroughly galvanized made witk the hinged joint, the west practical umioa ef tke feesplta). He didn't' git past the first day. The following Item appeared stay wire1 and main strand possible, as it lends' flexibility, prevent the stay wire from being slipped sidewis in WewUya frsue and bow Ute oys Large wires are used throughout, giving greater strength and more weight than any other feace "aW ' (aBH far are cetttsg out the paper ThU la the market for the price. fee said' Sylvia "Married, Miss vaut Better fences mean greater profits from the farm. Kaoda te James Cannahara, last Sua-daLet us supply you now as the price may be higher. evealBK nf the hospital ehareb. Tbe bride was an oullnnry town glil ABiBasjpZ . pnBiBSBpojGnittk wbe doa't know any more a rnb 11 L(V lit aaeat rooking and never helped A HORSE'S OVERCOAT Iier aaether tkree dnrs in her life She It aet a fceautT Vy any meaes aad kos Ic called a blanket We lme every UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER e gait like a ducX. The Is ua hind ftotu the lightest to the heaviest, STANFORD, - KY. up to date loafer, has aeea Urlag oil from tho fancy blanket for road use Mbimut t OWce 'l'hone 167 Home I'houti "in old folks all his life, aad aon'c to the plain but serviceable one for r trs--ww-v- r ' MWUVWWf ' ' J'WeV'TgajajJBjejBJMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ifalflH. iliril fc shocks nouow araouat to Tkey will tho stable Htery klt4 of stable utensil COMMISSIONER'S 6ALK4 MHve a hard life while they live te too. Spring SuHkfe Good, ot course, and reasonable Lincoln Circuit Curt In prlco. They hare to bo to conform Jennie V Cnrpenter, riaJatitf va Dor'e A Carpenter, Defendant. to our harness standard pence to leav- home. My new spring and summer samples Turs'innt tn a judgiueat fmCiti In J C. McCLARY, Stanfert). are now ready for jour lasnectlan. the above styled cause at Its February term. ltHl, the undersene4 comThey comprise tho best on the market ferv wm n lanto uuir-heit poir i van suit anyone as to price who had missioner will oa sufferers hosa lungs are sore, racked his clothes iuad to order. A ault MONDAY. MARCH llta, vita oougki, are urged lo go to uinde to jour nieauire Is preferable lounty coUrt day at t o'oieck, P M, Rut tu! C4H aad lo ready made clothes To have them In front of tho court house door In uuothe el ma r made to measure dotsut coat nnr MARCH Stanford, Ky, sell at publle outcry to not alvi Dr. re There h t wny let King's New I)iscoery atere than ready mnas wke auillLr 1V highest and b t bidder Uio follow cure you at homo "It cured ine or . and fit is considered. la isad A Ire described real estate, PERTAINING TO MOTORING. let tne take your measure. certain parrel ot land ia Stanford, Ky lung trouble" write v R elson, ot I ear thn T.. A-- N . flnnt knunil,! mi Calinttae, Mk , wkrn all else fallal H. C. RMPLEY. The raatleai TaUt,r. BAND the north by th- - rieht ef war of the U"1 ' ralued47 poundi la we'jht Its the and, Co. on UiiN.H and Uw theeaat by Lan1,B,,rel'r ur, kind of all coutafi their AFTERNOONS EVENINGS Thousands owe caster street pretert7 of w',un'; It's A t'aison nnd iui alley-- , the wetl,,,, "Bi fAr Annvhti tnlda poslthrly! .... r . l.afl.1..1 t -uv ucpui Birwi. muu profv n uaowii ninM.t.H "'"' trou -- -all Throatp- aad H'e. Asthiaa. ai tho Cnrivuiter house trolly. twnhles BOe II Trisl bottle rer.ns.-T- He enld sU will be aaatle ' M at Peaay a Drus; store en a rrodll or six aioaths. and the Purchaser will be ree.iitr.4 to glv bond for the purchase rtee, approved SILVER WEBBING CELBBRATED. by the coiutttliMtoar aa4 assynUe ae In u n Me fire deserves the roiuaiesi -i-mr him, sic per eaL tatetet Smitii aad wif. f White Oak dation of eervbo4y Jat aa the man A COLD, LA GRIPPE, A DREADFUL SIGHT SCANDAL does that has ale heate laautea la NOT A WORD OF J.7 THEN pneumonia time, and when It la Jestrore. Wv fire V1otr "AST in.iered tho caul of a IK lr libor on Mr jto II. J llaruum, of Krcevlllt, N. Y us; nan tho "loor ' whr..llk, ' '"avlnf! the force ana effect ef a Kotu (f n iiTtrtn ftin rntjl hoquoiiro plnRUod his tho fever soro that ful aaji iieauUbjl were received. A,to build a new oae, N. eae kaowa UUBERTAKERS ,. W J'. BpaiiRii.of Munude. Wyo. wh . AN , ,, .A,. In spite or many rcmeH,W an, .rnr llpiU (ll0 r(ld "f" 'or jear. BALMsme. AL88 P0AU. beuatlful tUaaer wus serted which now welcome a few Ueusaval dellare ajilill "Mio toM Dr Iuuks New ke tried. At last he used Duck t etn in aoiaele&a ut Uv man bwT. ,was eujoyed by a large crowd. Amouj; aro 1'lllsliad mired hur of obitlnat.. MJ- - loav Arnica Halo and wrote. "It eels the lu grlppo nod p.-nA MOTHER'S SAFEGUARD. UNU8, rtUCS. THEY VULt It Is it prompt mil rHa naw uuh . '' ncK trouble, and made her lot Use itu etlrejy healed with scarcely a pneumobltt Htn. aad he ready m. tko guevte were Mis Ilaiu Boone, aUM y,u in our cemaaay net Ul IB loieva itoney and Tar lor the tillbio coueh Jnodlo'm" that ceninrm no aAetiAMBt FURN4TR a now wOuian." liasy but sue ruuio "Btw. jf- - JIeo,g nuras. UoIU. FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. all aad aauphi.r, Mr and Mrs; I A. 1'ot '8 beBl nd euil- - ,'"J" emergencies It Is as for stnumcli, liver and Kidney troi - imu, Cuts. Urulses. awelllnKs. Curns, narcotics. yourself. safe for our Tan- cnueln. cold, croup, safest forcouth j, r a,,a whooping OIVE r THBM A CALL. PRIBE Shugars and Hr aad lire Tlnsley Spoona W c piaa Only 20 cenU at I'euny's Dmr aaa Piles like maslc. Oaly 2S centi dreu as blc. nmu-mere 6TANFORB, KY. PHONE 2WSTANF6RB, Xlffk rrar'a Lrue l9re. :; and rtmuer KENTOtKY. 6tauft.rt, K. fr J. C. McClary, y W. E. I Crab Orchard, Kentucky. v. J PERKINS, ia jMJ r"-j-"- rr - r LOUISHDLLE AUTO DCOPATONS MOSTELABORAT - IMPERIAL SHOW ARMORY, ALL THATS NEWEST 259. 15-16-I7-18J- to-w- Os-bl- 50P '1th J,L.lieazley&Co., "-"- ' - inr VHmT'J T ZXW $? j. tfS1 K tua ltt ua ...... He-tl- y - fr i - - s&r BE SURE AND SEE ( KJ7.n7Z1 m Jr THE g$ANOXD, KSNsT UOW INIaMUOR JOWKKAL. T vm ! l mil 'i r BwMwtiwr-r- DIQ CHIEF IS NOW A GOOD INDIAN New Quarters TOSTOFFICE DUILDINO. Valuable Farm Aad Timber Lands For Sale IN ADAIR COUNTY KY., JBSsr Jpllllr !ur STREET DEMONSTRATION next onday, County Court Day. W. H. HiggillS. yfiW f- Jt TftaBwafiaB flaP tfflttm JLiir T aw aHRlGlB 'T&U'bV Kaar I'v-uaa- rl X L. Sanders Crab Orchard. Wy k I STOPE, Have added a aew and complete kja line of magazine and periodicals as well as the latest approved faskiea journals and iarite your inspectioa. PENNY'S DRUG Htanford. KMtucky. u iu.d j a. .mw, mtiim sn.l pkca yeusself in a jwuiieu t jet taa latant ssarkei ,atuaw r Mme. inis can be occonplulwd bj ataanaei ear tateaaaaa serrwe you and your neiuhburs can &l tor a saes that is sauail MsspaMKl wilh nWWefiU received. Coll or address our aeartit efiaa er wnU eluuet U -- ariiartcrs, Nashvilla, 'ienn., lor urtonuabea rejjaraisg aar aytawi jine rate, if you are n t at yrvsaat aujoyiug laieuaeaa sarrxw, w? i JUnMMfcy, Our line sever the State m wliatrfj lutwt you. e, MiyiSRiMtt, Jvoutfiaua aiul tba ImkUiumi uaruuu at mhhviui sum r 'KKi. ,b TBI, OO. UMniivoiut .y iftL. 'L :VK.ll rtJUI. VlJkn v ur iiii tor .r . MAtA'i-irMviauaK- tt ' .. 519 mmmmm . i-;- i r. r tsbf Itawf WE W8UL0 SERVE -- Ylii SI to ccte to cone te We waat our custex&s ivJimja aiU Ytx 1.. .uLn uu f vnlltck r us ireciv nuou uui wvb It is a pleasure for us te keep in close per- co::q1 loucii vvitli those viut depend on ua. m u.. J W U, CAPITAL .. .- CGU?:rY WATIQNAL RAKk. SURPLUS 100,000 Stanford, Keaiucky. . $10f,ff -' lmritZ'W.MkrX't K r fmT NATIONAL i BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY lNIZED IN IM2. CAPITAL S1CKJ, xswrww. SURPLUS EARMTO, Hijm. HI PAID IK D1Y1MKJS. Abaalute Ssietv wUh SflbWartar r Service taWscu MrH Boxs for Uu of our Orttoaacae. We SelWt Yaw Aeeeucrt. OFHWI. F Kaid. anViASaaXaramJaadl ilur, PtHtMt; M Btww e J M P.ltai, T.IJfeiM, H. C. kUiiiuQ, J V Cuauaias, U. O. Baughwat. eaaWer. S T Uri, ao. O. Iteklasoa W. 8auadM, fed, BMldutcper W KMuridiy j S Hokr J. R. Nwrla. Bookkeeper J. C LiulaJn. C. R, Cote c IH BauUuiao (Advocate) (rontainlng M9 aere. 10 In cultlva- "The Danville Postofflee. which has tion, katanco In rine timber oonsletlng K lwelflr, hickory, walnut ete. born M run ago on (lie Texau dor- - been loaated on Third straet froi:i1of " mi iwn leet 01 wro- Art.' and hi. m.rthr PHthin Ann tin. Imm.nmrt.1 will 1. Dflral In. """""" Mr 'loeides many thoujwnd iihiIim, l'nrker, a wWt womaa, whe wImh a tomorrow aftarnoen to .1 new tal-- ' miih, Singles, lath etr, nml than-chilthe of i jram, wm kidnaped by In .Ik building on tho earner of Main 'sands of cm ties, telephone palm. 'ar poet (llaiis from hor home In Taxne. She awl Fourth streets and tn flrtt nwll Is In good atAte or cultivation MHn grew up with Indians, forgot tho Bub-lli- ih.r will Ho ilnllt-afar-t from the nowKrU,e.mf)Btono MmeA to language nnd became n typlonl mw.uii.R ttiii bo wmi imuiuiiK "urc nmi tobacco Cnnildcrnble bluo grass aqnaw .Qunnh Parker wns endowed on ino s ooiook j.omsvnio nnu uin on tho pasture lands, 15 scree In Brtturdfy, jnwuIOH, 600 bearlnc nnplo trees. tomorrow, with great mental powor, nnd made clunatl trams Hood dwelling moderate barn, many , many trips to Washington on govern- r.Mht. outbuildings suoh ns cellar, meat, ment nilsulotis tor the Oomhnches He Keys for boxes In the new build- tious'', wood house, gralnery, buggy took part In several flcrco massacres ing will ho slvcn-ou- t at the old post- - house, cnttlnlmrn. corn cribs, blnck lu tho early seventies, Inter surrender-In- s riflco this afternoon nnd tomorrow smith hon, storenouBe with Btock of nnd C tcnunt houses. nnd becoming a peaceable citizen All boxes In th), new frst6fMc0 will morchandleo Well of good water In ynrd. stoma opened key. with Tho out- of nover falling water runs through tn thc latter part of bit life he be amassed considerable wealth. Ho will standing keys nt tho old offlco will tho farm, two everlasting springs of bo burled In nccordanco with Indian be redtcmed later by Postmaster lino water, one mineral spring of Llnuc) as soon as tho business 1ms Ntilto sulphur water rites. DJstrlct school houso on tho lands, become settled In tho new place. All churches and poetofftce noar by. the mall In the office will be moved Two or three good fanns can be PROFESSIONAL AND late tomorrow evening nnd the Satur cleared from the timber lands. Good BUSINESS CARDS day night and Sunday mails will be bog and sheep range. Uood neighborhood. Ilest title. given out at tb new stand. Some I'rlco low for quick sale. For further Information address the W. P. Klncld. C. Hays Foster contusion will naturally result from KINCAID A FOSTER the removal and the public Is asked owner, J. A. WINFREY, INSURANCE to be patient (or a few days until amAaajaAaaaAaiaAAaaa.aai.ai.a-jtADunnvHIe, Ky Fire Life and Accident baa been systematized. Office State Bank A Trust Co. raaatatajaaaiAJiaj.aiaiataimaaaakaafaatat It Is sow up to Congressman Helss Surety Bonds. STAN FORI KY. EUBANK to glra Stanton! a similar building MINKS HCTEL, slnc the "Tall By cam ore" seems to Aba Mlnka Proa.. .:...Morelan4, Ky. be able to get BQst any bill he waata Mr. Albeit Myers Is otjendlnu coufi New hotel' and stable opposite deput through the nonst. pot Special rates to travellas; at Jackson this week. KresytktaiK hrand sew. 8hfl reeaj, Uera, to the wlfo of Dooan Barber ECZEMA CURE A BEAUTY WASH A fine girl March R. T. W. PENNINOTON lsL DentUt Reynolds lost a nice I Al though D. D. D. FreseHDtloa tut Mr. XT. Hours 8:30-1- 2 A.M. and 1 to 4:10 P.M beea rocogabied tor rear aa otlce Myers House flats Staaford Ky resseay for Eaasa, Fsarlaals. Ue one mare last week, Ua cause was a and all uier irms er sxia taeaaea. 14 la aew broken leg. Mr. Herbert Reynold: in president kaava that there U ao ettar waah L N. vea those by the beauty of tke 1). T. P. U. at thla place. Ko. U, Hoatb, M r, m. that eaa comeare with this No. SI. Houth, 10:S A. u. Moee daughtor ot Mr. oe mils llauld far cUansbit the skte ef LMrs. buried in Eubank cemetery Mo.St.NorU.Jtl8 r. M. pimples, Maekheadf. rash, acd aM slat-liNo.rr, b)J9a. k. Sunday. She lived near Waynesburg skua atfectieas. thin reason alone a bettle at The causa of her death was D. D. D. ehtral JOS. 8, HlOt, Agent. fed keDt on hand In every heuMhold. A trial bottle tie Mln Nannie Perkins Is visiting In will enow you the nseriU af this areal A3. remedy as a complexion wash. Somerset at this writing. New Llvorv. D. D. D. seems to remove the cause Mr. Solomon Betes baa sold a tract whatever the trouble may be, cleansDepot Street, ing the skin, and leaving It aa soft aa of timber to Mr. James Gooch ot StanPhone 90. smooth as clear as that of a heaitnr ford. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. child. Mr. Baker Hubble has sold hlu proUet a 25c Utile today and keen It perty near FRUIT AND SHADE TREES this place and will start m uie nouse. Everything for Orchard Lawn for Illinois In the near future. tlhucars and Tanner. Uro. A. K. Oooch preached at the and Garden. Christian charcb at this place Sunday. rite for Free Catalogue. No. Agents JUNCTION CITY Whooping cough Is still raging In H. F. HILLENMEYER A 80N8. this community. Lexington, Kentucky. Miss Pat tie Burke daughter of Mr. Mr. Frank Singleton and family BR. W, N, CRAIG, Logan Burke, and Miss Edna. Burke of started for Indiana a few days ago. Oculli and Optician DCiee over H. J. UcKobertn' Store, Bryant8vllle vere guests of Mrs. Colo-- Ills sister Miss Nannie Singleton went r.el Burke her Grandmother Sunday, Stanford, Ky. with him. Our streets have had a ball and "T PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL chain workman lately, who wan put VANIZED ROOFING. MORELAND Large Quantities carried In Steek In for shooting at the colored folks hall some time ago. He cleaned up EADfl' TIN SHOP, Stanford. Phone 114. Eevral muddy places on Shelby and The following ill the roll of honor Deck Kelt streets. WILL ADAMS exef the Mnreland High School for the S. It. R. section and signal eight months ending March 3rd 191L .The C. Livery; all kinds of haullnfl, Fur men have been busy the pejit week Grade S Mlnelle Prultt 91; Myrtle niture paoklng. fnane w moving the east bound double track Morgan and Ada D. fruitt 89; Kath-trin- e 6'anferd. Ky. UcClure 85. some S or ten inches further east to MAOCA1EES Grade William Southerland 91; widen the distance between the twn Cleva Prultt 89; Curtis Russell 87; A. U. Sine, tracks. Lula Routt 88; Catherine Coffey 85; Bepaty State Cemmandsr Mrs. .T. II. Steele and daughters, Birdie .Baker 83; Btaaafrd. Ky.. Gradp 3 Josephine Compton 971Mlejcs Mary and Ada, were the guests STANFORB TENT NO. 7. Harel Singleton 89; Annie Harmon, of her sifter Mrs. John Rawlings of 87; Keith Ellis 84; William Rllny Meets : 41 - iiaaday : NUjat King 9.1; Irene Morgan 92; Embry Danville Krlday until Monday. MASONS' MEETINQ. The workers conference of the Chris Beazley SO. Grade V tlan Sunday school. Met at Mrs, U, C OweHS U3; lrnc E1II 94; Thelma Un.ol. UJ. No. 0 V. AA.it. will Christine Coffey 81. In itald cuiumalcnUon oa eacli flrtt ..d Catron's Friday night and Mr. J. Grade 1 Phil Comptoj. 80. Utlwl kloaSur ulgbl, clwioti uiontn.ut T:su r. OQ ttrHeol, presided. lok la tbstr bull 9t raln loJpa, or Enrollment In privnto school to date iliUr Mauiton The front rank six jointed stars for male IB. female 27. total 42. average prewut. T. W. Invttttd to the Christian Sundar school arrived attendance 31. Sm. Prof, liprry H'pHlh last week from Loulavllie. It has tHrf P JJr"W W. W. S tU totjrty fflchr, nans CQrewtJtf.u-wj:Ljtwa soon'Vs tbs? graded" Sunday taking toih Commod and high school f- tfcC1 joic scaool lessoas arrive aad Mrs. W. M. weiK. Miss Iertn Euds who hut at neaUo 7ar utugai in wayne countv tuu mti- SAAB ORSHtJta, "" testates eiaxs at Mm. W. U. Aroeaer's tered u secure a better certificate In -Friday night. iamr. miss JMinena i'ruitt u prepar ing rer a common scaool diploma In Veaainary Suraaa and dantlat. stay, scnooi closes April 28th. NO NEEB TO 9TP WORK. pacUHst en ail berae and aelaaal Mr. and Mrs. Jow Singleton kave s. Baaafsrd. Har. Wtaaa TX When your doctor orders yeu to mere rrora Moreland to the C. 8. R stop werk. it staggers yeu. "I ean'C n. section house. A thief oa Sunday night visited the you nay You know you are worn oss. a ur. Ed NvWbiim run down and falling la health, dar by jMnoie day, but you must worx aa long as bad stole a Baas aad a aide ef tn- rieTOUE IS THE HOME OF HART BCHAFFNER A MARK CLOTHE TOtl can vtiinil what v.u n.ait la Electric llltt err to glva toae. streagtw aaa vigor to jeur system, to prevent WARNINB TO RAILR0AD MEN breakdown aad bslld rou . Daa't A 'I-W. Humble W. O. Marti K. BgkM be weak, sickly er aillag wnea elec tric Hitters will beaelt yeu Brent the out for severe and even daa lok iirst oe Taoasauda Wees them for geteuB kidney and bladder trouble their glorious health aad aWeaat. resulting from years of railroading Geo 1 ry them Every bottl. la guaranteed Bell Ci9 Third St.. Fort Wav. to satisfy. Only 61 seats at l'aaaya Bid., was asany years a conductor oa Drug Btere. tb, Nlekel Plate. II says: "Twenty DANDRUFF AND ITCHINQ SCALP )tnrs of railroading left my kidneys la terrible oendltlen. There wan a YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT nala across mr imi ir luI hin. land niv kidneys gnvo we sueh dittreee Why experiment try lag to drive tho na uie nction of my bladder was daudruff germ from underneath tho frequent and most painful. I got a supply of roley'H Kidney TUU and WE GIVE pdirticu-U- r kin with greasy lotions or fancy the first bottle made a wonderful Imwhen drugglsU everywhero provement nnd four bottles cured mn te the -aad lu Stanford, the Penny'a Drug completely Slnco belnp cured I hat el Etoro wll guarantee KKUO and ZB-U- ......,MIU.,UV iuicji lIUUKJ niB buusM of the far-Bseto msny of my railroad friends. soap to entirely rid the saalp of . aad Tanner. the genu llfo that causes the trouble. We c.rdudly MRS. JANE WILKINSON DEAD. ZKUO an.d ZliUO soap can be obierite thaea te asake tained In anr city or tawa la America BHiusoa, one of the "" and are lecocnlzed th. b.at and moat aVia their BANKING "nea ef Casey county ocosomlcal treatmuit far all atfe. Uti known ' "harty Mure tot oj MaH Uses of tke skla or scalp wkaUar oa " HOME. dated sines the Infant or grown person. Oae shampoo trouo'- ' onuayB ween Mr Uttli with ZEUO soap aad a.lleaUoa ot "ni1-rRobert KUUO wlU ituB ltsklf cleanse dentnly b)ea am, Hnnkbi. wui accl-- ! gInM tken k Z tke scalp of daudruE aad aeurf. A. been declining In health. of KKMU "Aunt Jane" was 83 years old, aad l.lloutlon of ZKllO mi u B0 ,OI,l"ellBI,oe. al I aaa will cuio the uMt eUtlnate ease the late Judo Winston Uwmiea. On er eczema or skin dlseaso ,y one i,rother Winston Howuiaa aad We "Julte ou to try KUUO and one sister U re Jno Wilkinson survive 2EUO soap aud If not outlrcly aatls- - of r laially Neatly sixty years ago -- Dry Ued. e. .Ill refund your money May I There will b0 uu exchauge at J tho lOlh PjOS Heven (hlldren were STANFORD. lLjailsy's furulturo ttoro next Satur- - born to this uulon, of whom six sur- KENTUCKY day. Nor. G tor tho benefit of Horn ana Jamei r'wilkuT.ou. Mleelons, Help a good cause. Augusta Kas tlf(uroif)u figure of the rapidly waning old Mm, South went, lie wu Quanh Parkei comnnhco Indian CMof died ot pneumonia Inst week IITTLE BRIAIAN'S IN GOVERNMENT at his homo near Lnwlon, Okln , Qtianh Parker ws on. If the wn Last Chance! $6.48. Boys' Suits at $1.48 to Make More Room. A Lot of Mens' Suits at For benefit of those who could not get in to our sale. FOR NEXT 10 DAYTJONLY: ... ' h "' Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. j g v ae. That Spring - Suit TIKE THBLE ud ae-stallst- s. ar s.a,i:M. ir You have begun to think about that new Spring Suit that suits O, CARTER, you. ' Suits to Order We make suits to order and guarantee to give you full satisfaction in every way. New York Styles Can show you the latest New York Styles made by the most perienced cutters and fitters in America. or r' You get what you want,peep you do not take it. Take a at our patterns now on display and we will surprise you with the ait Hlau-lu4,IC- d h;iwji hi,yrrLnUr 'beauty of this:seleetio'n.j 1 'immmc Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KY. Fmers Mm NEW SPRING GOODS eoa-tnu- g attatiea rs. Shu-gar- s " "r "ns ul n We are receiving- Spriiag', Goods daily W6 invite yoa to call and inspect our new Bilks, Ginghams, Percales. Trimmings, Dress Goods; Corsets, Laces, Hosiery Purets, Novelties, Etc. HUGHES, MARTIN & V I Stitt BiSk f (I. ""' M CO. 1 " Sf,11 Goods, Notione, Shoes 3 jrnMn. csnsaasi aStaaaaaa JLi -- Teus, tM THE STANFORD, KENTU8HY 1HTRRIOR JOURNAL. PERSONAL and SOCIAL llowcn VnnArsdsle, ot Louisville, was liero Uilg week seeing the trnde. Mm J C. Kubanks hn been the i L guost ot lior mollior, Mr. Hello for In (Inrrard county. fkftt W. I'. Whlto and ion YV. 0 Whlto, lmvo been to Paris on n visit 1 to licr daughter, Mm Jesso Trnylor Mr. 8. N. Dottom and d. 0. Mar tin, of Princeton, lnd, hnve Icon Li guest of Win Martin and mother. Mr. and Mra. Hen I'rlco nnd two children left thli week for Judson, V. I) indluna to make their home. Ilce, hl brother wpnt Oiero last week to locate. haa returned Mih. Julia Owsley from LoulaUIo where she spent some time with her mother, 'Dr. V. D. Laawell, of Wlldle, nock castle county, was hero this week, 1 Don't forget tho High Bdiool D ilimiHtory conlest thli Krlday, night ROYAL Baking Powder Economy The manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have always declined to produce a cheap baking powder at the sacrifice of quality. of t I hnre tho genuine Virginia saddles McClary. i r Our Buyers Are Home FRIDAY, MARCH 10th, 1911 : tc T a t'ie new collar pad nt J leuneH shop C Mc- - b'reet llou e and lot for sale on ildhl Main W. II. Vcaren. IBtf Bett companies lowest rate. In sure your property today with R, M. Netand. If not sold lind at MoKlnney prUatcly by March IMh will bo Fold at miction on lho premises on that dnt0 to highest nnd best bidder This Is the Old George (llvcni place J. N. CASH. td. FOLEY'S KIDNEY PILLS I"nr Halo House bnrn and ono ncro Again After a Month Spent in New York Trying to Skim the Cream of the Market for our Trade. Our Big Store is rapic ly Filling up and New Goods Coming in on Every Train. We are confident that the great majority of Ladies will; be better pleased with the new garments and new dress materials this season than for several seasons. Fabrics, styles and shapes of garments are very attractive. . It will pay you to come now and inspect oiir new ga& . ments even if not ready to buy, so that you can-sewhat is to be had and then make up your mind what you want ; e . i "Foley'a Honer nnd Tar Is the best nfter a lenalby visit to her mother cougrt remedy I ever u ed as It stepnnd alsler at Care City, where the latped n tevero cough that had long ter has been quite 111 for some time. troubled me". Says J. W Kuhn, I'rince Wilson Estei a valued subscriber lou, Neb. Just so quickly nnl surely of tho I. J , at Eubank, waa hera thli It ecte In all caee-- i of coughs, colds, treated for a slight dta weekfrlng, larrlppe and lung trouble. Refuse substitute! Shugars nnd Tanner. order of the ear. Mature mA n tmiutiea ot Dtkkf powders, but -- tnUmrig tkm, Mrs. W.O. l.ubsford and little daujeh ' Mr. and Mrs. S L. Burdctte, who ter, of Shelby City, were here early In roreqalr c&triboted from door to door, or given awy en grocety were thrown out of a buggy and badstore. Such Biktare are dasferou to we in food. la EnUsol, the week for a short vML ly injured when their horse ran away France, Geraaajr ud icsae aecsiea of the Xfakejd-SteleOeorget M ItutcaUotv of. the 13th. skast salej latt week,, are both resting easier Cavalry who hat Been stntionefl' in pel&tfctd by Uw AkS k a ckagerou niacn add. aad all broke In their burgy, The croa.-bathe rhllllBlnea far. several years, of i.nd tb physician! cesdean balks powder coaUkkg k. ehlcle turned over with the dera his I. J., changed to ort nuey, occuonnls. Mr. Qurdette's back wns Kamas, where his rrctaent hai bee po badly strained and wrenched that ' transferred hairing mmwmrm he was forced to take his bed and has wlthi Unique Invitations decorated not bcn ablo lo get np since the historic HHimroek of Krln's Isle, Much interest Is being manifested in HEAD THE IABO. Issued hera this week read as follower tho High School Declamatory Contest "This to apprlHj yea and let ye which will be held at the opera house know of a. jolllficat.on In lienor o.' 8t J 1ele-lL-here Friday night when Stanford's can tlav ' Uupak' tViaa silirlnlanlh I ' nry K. lleynolds the beautl' rVrKj Jlr. I.. IJ. Hilton went to Louisville dldate In tho Ulue Grass High School btgluii , ng at 2 o clock sharp cf Mr tournament will be selected. Tho nef"' d"u'!htor Morolandnnd Mr" J" " to .. inlt Mrs. J. C. Wellcr. ng at '. o'clock or thereabout left Snturdny kindly placed to I 8 V ' 8 FUh ntlendcd lho opcnlns of Judges chosen for the contoit aro W. her .later Mrs It S. Uloom- jll Shanks, W, II Wearen nnd K. S. circuit court nt Liberty Monday ID ox can come Mlstrrss J.VC. llaya. K)r from K A large crowd Is expected to Alcorn Mr. W. O Scott, of Covington, baa J C. McClary went up to fluiu Sub be present. IndtaDalrM9 lo gpem, tno Lcen spenditig several n"ay.v,ltluUe smmcr 'nlonths wlih Mr, nnd Mrs, pnur to londuct n funeral Tluiriday The Stanford High School track and U01,"ry Tra)lor Is Jiome folks Mr mid Mrs David Scott, f, p. Uughlrtt on th ilck llt bast ball tams ' sustained n severe ' ngalii at his home In the country "" ; . , blow when Harris Coleman sprained Miss Kiln .May Saunders J" " pem hits ankle while practicing the broad Tluirtdn) In Incastcr with friends. 'jump on slippery ground early thh J,,n McCnrlcy, of Crab Orchard, Is week. Coleman Is regarded as pro V 4.W I athlete In laid "up with Inflsnimalory thcuma- - bably tho best ."""""' to take the bchool B.nd tlSM. first honors again In the pole vauit , Mr. and Mrs IU 1 Olanscox spent this )ear. His place at third base on Krlday at their old home In Parks-Ullthe ball team will be hard to fill. s c rettirnliifc homo from Kin' Mountain whtro ho will toon locate, hnr ng bought tho practlco of Dr J. V Acton, who will soon ruovw to Tctft to mako bis homo J 8. Duke, ot Crab Orchard, pasced through, hare Tuesday returning heme fr6m Mltchellsbunr v. hero he tiouplit i rarlond of spokes for Collier & Duke,'wl)o ara operating o largo ho p factory nt Crab Orchard. Mm Mattie Nevlus spent several days this week with her datigntor Mra J. H. Huck at Ollberfs Creek. Mia. Joe U Itlco ra returned home Royal .Baking Powder is made from pure grape cream of tartar, and is the embodiment of all the excellence possible to be attained in the highest class baking powder. Royal Baking Powder costs only a fair price, and is more economical at its price than any other leavening agent, because of the superlative quality and absolute wholesomeness of the food it makes. Neutralize nnd remoo the roVn that cause backache, rheumatism, ner WMiru" nnd nil kidney nnd bladder Irroiilnrltlos. They build up and re sloio tho natuml nctloi of these ltnl trgatw Shugara and Tanner. I'oiitaltui Vox llobbltt arka the I J , to ntito that be tv lit speak In the to.irt liontc Moiula) March nth at P.v one o'clock mid fur 30 minutes crybed) J, 1). lnlted bliabergcns r&lls, bulldn, ronJtittn scales at rooK bot - wlc nnd tom price". Hee him for prloc t),o:e xii bay. Address Crab Orchard, K.v TAILORED SUITS ? n These af every attractive in shape, having much shbrter coats and rnbreVfev"-'!- i becoming to raoit figures. "The colors and materials are 'Very' pleasiHg while '"f '' " ' the prices are, if anything, less than usual. "t y . We already have in stock over 200 new suits at every price from $12L50 h to $40. , . ' ,v - SILK DRESSES Made up by artists from a bewildering variety of new Foulards, Mes- - , salines etc It is to be a decided Silk Season and we prepared for it. We-ar- e now showing more than 150 new silk dresses at from $15 to $40. WrlY worth coming to see. ' and Net at A Choice Line of exquisite Evening Dresses in Chiffon , $18.50 to $50. L! II, a iJWkVuit ,,, ,, ;i v4 . I ...;.. ..' . . , WHITE DRESSES ; '::'r.'; the-: " . t 5aBfcHMIrWr T" d and Marquisette trimmed with new embroideries, Cluny and CfdChet ' laceS',"' Bulgarian Embroidery etc. All strictly new and different. Price's '$7 toSfO.' ' We are showing many beautiful dresses in Lingerie and .','w tl 't ,l,j new Voiles' e was-cxpec- 18ifYdur .WASH DRESSES -- omti , , i,) vtV -" - ,v 1 f Tobacco X. Cotton from 'y- Hugnes was In Lexington oa business this week. I itov. .1 O. Livingston coatlnues to improve hla many fiiends will be glad to tnow. .'IUth Mrs. T D. Newlnnd and lira, J. W. Ireland who hare been quite 111, are Improving. Wrd Moore, of Crab Orcbaro, pass ed through hero this week on hl way to Mobile, Alabama, prospecting Mr and Mrs. John McCarlev, of Crab Orchard, are receiving tbft conurfl s car their friends upon the irrlral ot a eweet llttla da izater tn their I.. IU. A. K. Gibbons, the Danville wall pacer man. Is havlne a big spring opening this week and showing many attractive and exclusive stylo. Man Lincoln eountr people nave trauea wjth him to advantage before. mm Ottarm la tku iretkm ot thj roustrr rut tnctlkrr. ul uul Uw Urt Su til atkn r.w vmm wu nftwri to be tarureblA. Tht ami II Xcl dtof f& aunr t7 eouUMIr tain pranld kul nMM u m,iwm n urarun. to cure wim weu m eeeetueuoul k Stlrore ku pnnm CkUrrk M be utr. end UMTlere nqeirei eeeMWetteeel teeeteiut. Ileue Cettrrk (Xnr, auikMnl kr tr J. Ckeeny Okie, k Ike entr OeeeeiluHeeal een en A Cu . Tmela. trern Uie mirtrt. It ki etkea tetereear m deeMtke kieoI ke(toM drove te a wiinnM. tt Tey eSkr ee nd mucvtie rrrteffe ef tke efetteee. e eM huniml doikue for Mr eeee R Ml (or .trralen teMeMeklt. ACdtfei r J ciiuxht w. lenee, wee atd br DruarXta. IH. Tils nil VeieJr P ret milklllli. Tkere B .f.i e Gingham dresses.'made of dainty pattern fabrics .and . from $d.5U to $8. as.suk dresses. Prices-rang. .? i Cl , ' i.tj t ; '.' ? i', .U t,.l... asartistifcallmiader.' " ., ,,. , t , ,k;'..i,r,$4. 1K. - . .! . . - i.. rx "' prw4 mmi, imh .CHILDREN'S DRESSES r izv We tried these in a small way last year and were so successful, that th'fsS season we have put in a big assortment of all kinds of fabrics to sell from '. a;ze. These are well and., to 50c to $4. In all sizes from 3 year-ol-d 0. tastefully made and busy mothers should investigate. ' ' 14-ye- ar '4te ?. ( 'i ' ti' it- - t Hr,- - '' 'home, Severance & Son one-four- th : By purchasing last summer when cottons were lower, we can and will save of a cent on to onet-ha-lf you L. M. Westerfiold, of Livingston, The City Council teld a meetlns pias dewn this week on a visit to rela- - ThursdRT night of last wek and or tires. dered some new flrehose for the olty, I Alfred Pence went over to fire having the recent McRoberts Thursday to look at some ma- shows that the present supply Is Inchinery adequate. Routine bustre b vras about M ss Nell Johnson returned to her the only uorlc done by the City Fath I home In Lexington Thursday after a rs. pleasant Intt to Mra. J C. Eubanks. I Mrs. William Underwood has besn "There go Mutt and Jeff" remarkw I ill with appendicitis this week itnrvey some one as conereisman . D MrKlnney made a biislaess Helm and Porter BUkb walkeil dowa trip to Darbourvllle Thursday the street losether yesterday. Squire Jnmes ilcKechole Is quit 111 K 11 Arnold villi be her Monday, at his horae in the Hub! noetic court day with the sample of tho with a bilious attack. Mr. John M. Stone has been quite splendid bucRles ho Is making at Dan ville. Itead his bit ad in this Issue nick for the past week. In and see the Roods, ilr-S. M. Spoonamor, of Hubble and come Is suffering terribly from three broken ribs, .caused by being kicked by a Klch-'mond SILKS BY THE YARD j ; 411 i r " )1 i hi. ; 'v iv " A. I .a --H ,! .j v For those wanting to make up their own costumes we offer choice of""' hundreds of fancy silks at very low prices. Printed Foulards are to be the' leaders in the silk world and we offer you choice of over 75 patterns in 'all the new colors and exclusive designs in Waterproof Foulards. We snow a choice line of the new and scarce Bordered Foulards in double width. Priees for dress silks are 50c, 59c, 75c, 85c and $1. " i' "1 4 " WHITE GOODS Many new fabrics such as imported Voiles, Marquisettes, Crepes, Batistes, Etc. .." ,., , K Sher-rette,Flaxo- n ft ; 1 J?a'Hi 1 y EMBROIDERIES All-Over- horse. George Chancellor, of Llacola oua ty, who has held n responsible tlon la a drug store In Claeiaaatl for eome time, le sow located la a large drug lUklt'hment la Chleago, tke only oa ft the vYlay City wklek close up vry night aad U day Son day. the yard. ... j?l BfVrwlUr4il Excellent Values At We are showing the largest and handsomest collection of 27-i- n flounces' aad wide bands to be seen in Central Kentucky. If you have awhite dress in your mind for this season you can not afford to' miss looking ' . at this line. s, -" . 2 l-4- c, 3c and 3 l-2- c fTesh car lim County siw mmm wwfl -- r4l I BBTSY'8 J) 11 '' 7 "? l i. ''L ' We can not begin to mention all the new goods now in our store, as ' "! ''' every departmeut is full of novelties. Come look and you will buy. Hi w at W II. rVgytas'. kaa POINTR6: ft&- 4ir - ay a vroaaa esssaot us a revived runt kMMr jtd im ih. aext bratk aya money. tk k knqva raor about kmeklaa tkaa Mister aramur. Tk tseKr 7 biew arc Ceffey aad Colmaa 161 of Ue best horse nnd mule wk bava arie txok4 wa to In Uta jart of U stat will go nadir valt tk. atall)( aire. mX last aiv All klal ef K.ra tt Dalann'n kl tU tike lKim HvM, IU la sackaia ay ka balk. rsvryvlll flerHrtfar. Den't mlM 'VMM 19. marl DfJttsKSi Cltrk Tke lacoBsistaBO. of man beat all. Coor - A. B. Robertson "&Wo. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY: . r j. l i J.: .' i) v OFF.W Ar1 VOLMVAN. i r tOjt .,.,,! -. .- J m . j FRlBAY, MARCH t9tw',. IJS ,, Will Show You How. 4:-3Get at lh0 root of the trouble. ,Wo bave Just tecelvod -o cut of IlUbblnR nn aching bark tuny re. Vljnerr nnd Adrian wire fence, In S. C. WhlU iLeghorns Diamond Hove ten different kinds, call and ba con ttraln year 'round layers of Urge, Hut IL It wont euro It. WJced Ponce white rout Si per settlna. " "a '0 wnal You must reach tlio root ef It tho A. C. Alford Stanford, Ky Hrtj liar kldnuye. for Sale Doublo Standard Pored Doan'a kidney pills go right at It; Pure Crescent 8. C. WhlU Leghorns. HtfrrOun Rhett Horn Hulls, model Eggs for setting. Miss Llasle Davison, Itcach Iho cause, relluvo the pain. inrins and choice breeding. 200 bush- 'Phone IS. They cure, too, so Stanford people S00 bales need oaU. els rocleand Da)'. Pure bred Black Mluorcas timothy bay. A. W. Carpenter, Store- Eggs $1 per settlng CnpL Tbotnaa Itlchards. W. Main dind Mrs. W. H. Wcaren, Stanford. streot, Stanford, Ky, says "Many W 8 Wlgham or Moreland, lias to trou posted big property against trcspasi Choice White Wyandotta coekerols. years ago my kidneys began Kg?s $1.50 for IS. Mr. J. N. Cash. Me me. My Hack grew so lame that crs of all Kinds. I could not stoop and I slept poorly at A tract Stanford. A turgsln ir sold In 30 days. In tho trial of Dr Amos, charged a' 17 hcres or land on Crab Orlicard THOROUGHBRED S. C, R. I, RED8 night Sometlmej an almost com nttti being a meml.er of tho night lid plete retention of the kldnoy xccre er band that raided iiopkinsvino in nod Stanford plke 3 mllea from Crab Eggs for sale 91 for 15 Imported Cock at Head of Yard. Ortliard, Ky Apply to W, T. Garner, f)rrt((lK then again j I luid n December, 107, Alllton Oliver n wit D. M. WALKER, Stanford, 'Phone 130. frequent dealro to pass them. When noss, lT-tHUnford, IC P. Df No. 1, told a detailed story of the noted For Sale. Three year old,gray Jack If von want bras tnat lay In winter. tho secretions wero voided, a burning raid. Ho Implicated Dr. Amos aa tho ell bred good slzo. Tor 'Particulars wli eii cepk ara Ugh. Got the 8. C. Vain was In evidence 1 finally had thu tender, with several others a) captains oddroas Jfts. THCKechnle, Hubble.Ky., Hull llrnln.lnna Vcrem 1 for IR. U' good fortuao to learn of Doan's Kid An attorney for tho defense outlined p. Klncald, rhoae 199, Stanford. 2L ney Pills and 1 commenced their use. 4ncAster 'Phono 384 S 173. t) the jury that Dr. Amod mould prove no complete My harness line Is This remedy trave mo great relief and an ullbl. BUFP ORPINQTON n good plow cotter for 75 cento. S. 0, In view of any experience. I consider Eggs For Sale 18 for 91 McClaryl It the keat preparation of Its kind I C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No. 2. 1 am now selling the Mast maga- Tnompson sold John Qooch I"ranl: Phen 1431 f 2. have ever taken. I have recommend- sines and newspapers. Blre as your acres of land off of the Bam nbont 30 ed Dwan'a Kidney l'lila to scorai of snloeripUass. 1 can save yo sooner Uuddnrar place at $60. D. D. Holtx-cla- , Stanford. Ky. sold to J. F Pottus. of Spring-1oldpeople anil ovorycrao baa reported ll-4gelding for a ntco Imported stock Buff Orpington egg tnat good remits have followed their a. I. N. Ollloek, lluetonvllKv (200. T. A. Urent bought aome corn 75 cents for 15. Baby chicks 92 use," or John II Anderson at $2.75. J, M. PAY C0.8H FOR YOUR PnOOUCt fit-iaozen. tt. w. ngiucwn, Cr?s; old a coming For sale by all dealers. Price 50c I am handling buggies, wagom oitl 1 'Phone $110. W. P. to D. M. Anderson for Ky, Route No. Fonter Mllburn Co, Buffalo, New York farming implessnta and have the told 13 western horsea to W. Grines 4T. Shanks find Jas. Woods Tor $1,250. For Sale (Indian Runner Duck Eflg. f.ole agents tor thc United State. nicest kii'1 freshest Use at r.ror-"ic- i. Rumeuber the name Doan's and veals, fruits, etc, In the West Did, lie also sold to W. II. Shnnks 100 91 for aettlng of 12. Ittrrcls of com at $2 60. Cress and THE Indian Runner Is known as the take no other W. n. Ijilr, I can eave yon money. of Jones aoM ' Leghorn of the duck family, for eggs. 10--1 liastonvltie. Ky tfclsa grade jeamag ..cattle .at Rich, w. e, proctor, pnone Mr. ADBITlbNAL LOCALS suond rourt rtr to'CWiU.' stt. (J, 4attii sold .A nalr bT twoVfoartt'd S.'C. Brown Leghorn eggs, 60 cenu For Sale. Vacant corner lot In a nulM tdsnifber and Pettua, of D. vMonday la, court da. hero. Don't good town containing about 4 of an Springfield, for $325: bought a pair of per setting. Mrs. J, M. Cre's, R.-mulea for $500. sold No, 4, jHanfoN. "Phone 390 G. Lan- - forget to bring ta that, dollar yon owe lilt aire splendid, building? "site for resi'fia.n to Smir Creek Coal Goaipanyot ."..... v. for yoot- Iwrtno aper. Jarrold'a Valley. West Va . Tor 9540. bWI, and business house. Price dence I (J C'resR sold two yeartlng cattle Firo stares ot stock In Lincoln $00. ' -- or JB(5. Stanford Real Estate. BUFF ORPINGTONS, They Weigh. They Pay. County National Dank will be sold In Pence Itros.. aro local agents for They Egna 91 for 17. I'. M., Monday March 13th, county THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911. lho celebrated Arnold buggies adverStanford, Ky. court day. W. BEN WEAREN, on another jiage. tised The regular price of the Louisville Monday Is court day here. Don't Indian Runner Duck eggs from a Times Is $5 a year If you wilt send 4orf ol to hr'mc 4u that collar you owe great laying, strain 11 er Betting of 12 Tn. young ladles Amomcr class of your order to us you will get the I. J, S3 for 45. All orders receive prompt 4or our houii4i)dper Louisville Times both on the Baptist church I1I serve refresh end tbfl only attention. Wolford.LeaveU. $4.50. I'unllc nuotibii of l.V due Kentucky building Saturday year for menu at tho bank and'iaiilei at DeBauu'a stable. Jiorses afternoon from 2:30 to 7:30. Do not Tho beat raagailne In the World is on Saturday. Maiefa 11th. ! fnlt to call and patronize thom. th Saturday Evening Pout. It has aKverjbody will lie there wore good, high class short flcUoa Tue Danville Advocate reports the On gatnrdny April 1st I will sell to J. M. Florence, a respected farmer of than any ether magailne published following sal cm. -- J. L. Hutching sold the hlghct bidder my form contain tho Wayneabuerg section, pased away and is Issued once a week. Alt the CO head of U0 pound bugs to T. A. ing about 53 acres of land, dwelling n hit tininn ther- - of lnhercultisls Tuen iadlos know what the Ladles Home "fir&dlby atfBXO per hundred. Up house and out buildings, the land is day. and the were shipped to Journal Is; and it's now Imtued twice T mo-t- h tOI,ro,i thft Add thirty '.1eMI,Jlo liferent partlei all in cultivation. A fine medical well Cynlhlana. for burial Mr Florence oner 9lthtr or you. ot thesa-ro- r tUo satue price. Lltlard' and Kor and nlro abundance of tfatef. At th's At a same time and place I will also sell a waa about 70 years of age olid leaves !'ou- - U 1n yoaf renswal eNsuolrcrip-fcoJd to Jolin W. Hughes, of number of other things can sava yeu money. wife and several children. such as Hogs 4!arrodsburs Uiry head ot 119 pound horses, and other stocx, and farming FARM FOR SALEI implements. Terraa laadp known ot Catlo at 15.CS per hundred. sjfeU rtog' with initials On the Crab Orchard and Lancaster Farmers are riowiag now. For all day of sale. J. D. STKKNBERQEN. . -- a. D. T.- -. URrarS tot return te Crab Orchard. pike 2 miles from Crab Orchard Mrs. (Slant 9. Vraymr. 4ttlnd3 of hameis trace cluuns bacs: S janfls etc., ceo . 3. eXeCUrr. p lf brtahols white seed Mer. S,tlo.-i-40-0 onls 'J St Cormack, Turncrsvllle. t- , THE FARMERS PURE BRED POULTRY. (4 nnnrinnnr a THB 80MMUMJMI, MttNT UCKY INTERIOR JOUBMaVw. V! GO mm l- AT IT RIGHT. In For Sale 8 Reliable Breeders Line Cards In this column $1 Cash Tor 8eason.) I Fricndc and Neighbors Stanford y" containing 61 acres. 10 In cultivation,! about 40 In grass, 13 In pantuie, weir Many elderly people havo found In whtorcd, good dwelling and barn, Foley's Kidney Remedy a quick relief place In good condition. Apply to nnd perrrancntly benefit from kidney I. Wylcr, Crab Orchard, 12 8 nnd bladder allmrrts and from anno lug utlnary Irrecularltlei due to nl lor Hale. Kestaurant, bakery, soda trancing years. Isaac N. Ilegin, Far- - rountaln etc, living room nbov. A Pier, Mp., says "JFoley'i Kidney guod atand and splendid business. remedy effetced a comloto cure In my Tnj place Is well furnished and the nnt others to know of stock of groceries rlgara etc., are new nnd I It. Shugar nnd Tanner. This Is a good chance for some one to make good money For further 1 on Main For Salo. aero lot particulars nee I. It Hughes or V. L Street, has barn and all outbuilding McCary, 8tnnford, Ky. p Unnutlful building site for residence I4V0. Stanford Heal Kttftto A SeecUl Medlolns For Kldnoy t. XE smuswsmjmmS co lt Tho Kind that Burn food, Makes no clinken, and very Little Askes. We Give yeu 72 Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Ounces to the Peuncj. 11-- wit J. K Raughman & Co. STANFORD, - f. - KEiNTUCrCY. Think twlos trafero sUln ths coed thsa deq't ssH hot . rausfbe , taken not to t tke rer ehuiAsf. cream teo Remember tho eew Itkes rsgnhwr cow as-Oaro 4 sr wmmmBmmsmamm FINE PLACE FOR SALEI 1 1 - 4. 2 d y nn. tyr 533 car-loa- d d ' 2 is. -- ' 2-- e J f ' --- - Iy, - ,eylllo PUBLICSALE have decided to sell my farm, it sold wltbln lb next thirty days, K goes at a bargain. Contains $9 acres We are aytn; today rer ot laid, has en it twa houses one I No. 1 Stack skunk fl.tt-S.of fonr rooms and one of two rooms Ne. 1 short terk ,.,.7MlX tobacco barn 3U69 and other bulls WlemtX miiii MMMMriii Pmr htf Beensary. 13 teres for cultlvatla tomnce In timber, fins walerv lpMliBa j, ee"osrtatts, t ; 40 t. 10 m and' fme Und, in1 sisjot W setiool COfl J bouie and eaarch. This pUcs Is salt- ? 'two ram,.,., and .. a UrfJ gS-9Mm Better come te see me: r to matemrf fcUH pjVfr Hi wbn shs cecnM The Iowa stt dairy Jaw forbids about Mr QUlett. P. if. Mrawsor; setting mUk.ftcm cows wishin two c .Stanford, K. D, No. I. PHONE JS3. weoks of, eatrbisT aa Ave days after. ( dairy 'berds. even where, sUhles sre", darkened'' and' the cattle kept In a part of the day, tho loss In milk fields resulting from the annoyanco TK3KBTS caused by Me- - Is often quite material:, Milk containing leas than twenty cajfaot bo per cent, of butter-fa- t churned at a temperature below Se degrees, bat milk containing 3S per AND ALL eKMJTHBRN cent, or mors can bo churned at lowsr OM MAJJH DAH.T tomperature with good result. Bs that' the dky cow at. all ttes bs acoess to elAr, frssh watar. oVcaa The best thW with wbeett to stiff entttu a epsrater If the co w Is to produce pars ml shBieat have puts food and waUr Ose caanet property elssa milk psUs without Us use of beMisa; water, Mas been a step the hand to- - creator idstry prolu oa many a farm. ot our eoua 'The real feuUec-siaktry fern' cow whose milk never gees to the oVsMsery. mal her4 si ww m jeu de Wt Want Produce ee I6f Hi liWiHvVila. '4 srter Rl - 4k WINTWTOUftMT FLORIDA vu- - REtORTt -- .Jri. .. ,..... d 'Jide Uka a Man. "Well, old. Jenkins certainly bore hU mUtortnne like a man,' said hla friend. "Ail Conrageoua, and all that sort ot thing, whatr said tho man who did BOt.know Joaklna. "Will, not so much that. said his friend. "As a matter of fact, bo made rather a fuss about IL What I meant was that ho blamed It all oa ha wits.' London Globo. i mm.tMmm,tmmtm mnvm OCrrVrWIrrsl $iITH.AV tttt. H.C.Krmmtv4TkA.mll.nIL,lMXm9TW.n. 9-- 2 f Tl DM FOR PARDON ooavlcted '"tr R L. iUffla-wh- onranuUuter in thof It&f, arimo Notice op appuca- - r if tu 4ha JuncHw?Br'9kM:tGBrt ,190S win acsk tli6 aan ana rcMOrauon to oitizenship. All Vitio' object will notify tba gorernor Ana state invrrltinR aoy objections. ammmmmmnaasBBBBml .BbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI Every Piece ofMaterial that goes into Arnold Buggies is 7 sBbbbbbbb-- UBBBB T SSBBBBBBBBBSmW 'tih '"ll It. K. SIMS, fi: Ze FOR SALE AT McKINNEY Y Dt'Eitlng to go Into otrer business, vlll sell the following property located npposfte the depot at McKln-naKy. One IS room hotel. - One liverye barn. GOz30. witlt aldn One storo-lious40001s, with slock ot merchandise. to co Into the hotel i Hartiea-tlsirrnand livery- - ahd goods business will find this a fine1 location. WI1 make a good prfco to right par4s. Call On or .wrlloI. II. MASTarjB or Chas. SBiwyer, Mctanney. Ky. g V jVTMpJ9jiei3M amm9s?BrClfSnRl)Bls8snBPSk"J BBBBBBBBBBsmmM&B0?mm1ssnssnBBBBBBBWy BBBsK&9tkiJPKlBammmmmW y. Carefully Selected by Arnold himself. The reputation of the Arnold Buggy has been establiihed by these painstaking methods. f laHatlaMdsmanmCsBBBBmnkaBBBBfeBBBB&BB CINCINNATI LIVE STOCK. (Uncinnatl Cattle Hecelpts 842 head slow, 10lac lower: fair to Hood vhlr pen $5 15C15; common warm BS.sr.494. Hogs Itocclpts 2,502 head. Market slow, $5&I0c lower; butchers and Slippers $7007.40; common $77.4f. bheep Itoceiptf s $2 2C4.15.-Lamb- 115 head; steady. steady, $4 2500.40. LEXINGTON TOBACCO i rAxlnslon, K , March Vti-Tt- if r.Jcs In tho locut toto c markut Id-da- y aggregated 727,485 pounds, ot which !G2,485 pounds were ot 1910 looso leaf, ranging' from 2c to IB 1 4c gd 165.000 ot 1909 crop, pooled and In bogsheadi, ranging from 6 l-to The Quotations: Bright loaf, 4c to 15c; brfett lugs, 14c to 19 medium bright lugs, 10c to 12 cents; bright tradU 7c to 9c; ro leaf, lie to Uc; red lugs, 10c to 12c; red tips. To to 9c. short red tips, 6c to 7c; dork trbh, 4o to Sc; common trash, 3c to tfcf greon nixed 2c to 3c. 'ih c All parts of the Arnold Buggy are put together as accurately as clock work. For these and other rea-- " sons, the Arnold Buggy ranks first as a neat, trim pleasure vehicle and one that will stand the severe usage of the liveryman. And these good buggies cost but little more than the ordinary slip shod, machine made vehicles, Here are shown a number of the latest designs in Arnold Buggies. We have a force of expert I painters ready to do 6pring painting. Let us have your old job now so that we can put it in order for you before Arnold Factory. Second Street, Danville; Ky. the rush of spring begins. 1 Repairing :and Rubber Tiring are our Specialties 4BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBmW .bag'l.Vliea A Ofadstoaa Relso. ' At a country berne ae luorniBg the uero UouiUur at breaktaat lha rlcht ef .war ttf UMckloar n snaeea ve-it' sasiws ii iicavtr iiimim ni Ike apeaife .baa been used JBBBBBSmf Danville, Kentucky tffiLa3 Correspondence, suddenly closed the discussion by Informing the party that they were all wrona:. "The only proper method is to wrap ii up in your vam wwei ana siamp upon It Thea mt It la your sponge big. Yon wlM find K perteetiy dry." Vrarel a4 Hsnteratioa. Mr. niadtaif.TrlMr bid Mtnursntlv teeo solely absorbed by his morning's . v -t M. ARNOLD D Factory Second St.