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The Stanford interior journal: March 14, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911031401_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 14, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME XXXVIII. The Stanford Interior Journal. NO. 20. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUE8DAY, MARCH 14, 1911. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. HAY WAREHOUSE SHORT LOCAL NEWS PYTHIAN KNIGHTS HUSTONVILLE FREIGHTS HALTED Keg Of Beer WATERS WINS THE i Tbo ChrlJtlan church Sunday school TO GATHER HERE bad only 104 pupils present Inst SunAT KING'S MOUNTAIN 13 AT GOES UP IN FLAMES For 8alo. l'ali pood four year old CONTEST DEPOT AWAITING A CLAIM day. mules hnrneji and wngon. U. T. Ash ANT. Tho ladles of the Christian church 20-look, Hustonvllle, Ky., EVERYTHING READY FOR DIG will give an oyster supper nt opera AND FRIENDS OF WHITE 8TRIK. WILL REPRESENT HIGH SCHOOL J. H. BAUGHMAN AND COMPANY house next Frldny evening nt '7 o'CONVENTION WHICH MEETS AT BLUE GRASS TOURNAMENT For Sale Ticket to tho Art Berlcs ER8 CHASE NEGRO FIREMEN LOSE ANOTHER BIO BUILD. Kvcry lover of the Master's Several of tho "boys" of town nre clock IN 8TANFORD FRIDAY. course at Caldwell College, Danville. INQ BY FIRE SUNDAY. FROM ENGINE CAB8. IN JUNE. cause should nttend without fnllure. "in bad" on a keg of beer which was Apply thl office. .Miss Kthel King, or Anderson counordered from a New Albany llpuor Dlndom Lodge, Knlgnta of Pythian, ty Is visiting friends and relatives Negro firemen on tho Cincinnati John M. Hail Waters will roprosent lor the econd,tlme In jtvit about n house last week, nnd U. vor J. K, tlaughinnn ft Company of at Hov. J. nextLivingston will preach I making elaborate preparation for around her former home Olympian Southern railroad have been "living cured for tho purpoo ofwhich they se- tho Stanford High School In tho IJluo Gojhon having a Httlo Grasg High Sunday morning nt 11 the reception, and entertainment of Springs. hard' as ther passed through King's thU City, lout a large wtirchouso by School Tournament declaHorn, In it week to the of Mr. o'clock. the District Convention of thla great John W.nlls near Geneva wife beauti- Mountain, Waynesburg and other celebration, which howovcr, did not matory contest which will me tire, when their Inrife hay and Brain a held pan out. It Becms thnt they sent a order On Friday, March 17th. IxkUo ful daughter whose name Is point In this section. Sympathy evrect from To .Mv Friends nnd warehouse, across Mill forged telegram to the Indiana house at Springfield early In Juno. Ho was Patron. Hav-In- s meetings nro being held almost cvory Marie. erywhere up and down tho lino Is their largo flour milt wm burned coin, moved my stock to tho Alcorn for a keg of beer to bo shipped hero declared tho winner at tho contest LoI.nt0 advices from Miss pletel) to the" ground Sunday after- loom on Lnncftitcr Street opposite night this week, taking In members nnd an says who Is charmed Ilettlo tho with thc white striking firemen, and by express, Winn using tbo namo of tho held In tne opera houso hero last making final arrangements for tho big negro "scabs" hare noon. Tbo fact that the warehouse court houBe, I shall bo glad to new nnd especially with Crystal a number of tho agent of tho house who makes his Friday ovcnlng and the Judgo' seyou there Am receiving a benutlful gathering of Pythlnaj expected hora south Florldn. been run nway from their engines by Lake waax6ervd with sheet tin seemed to line of spring Kodg and fool that my headquarter In Stanford. The cost of lection wns a very popular one. Mor1'hc vlllnce of Geneva continues to sympathizers of the white men. far the convention. Among the latest bo all that prevented n wholeealo con- now cwartrrswlll be more nccoiHlble tho telegram amounted to about ll.GO, rison nrlght was given second place, flagration In tho city for the wind wna nnd nttrnctlva. (live me a call. Miss to go In this week nro James Hurls, grow nnd new lou are being staked Passenger trains of the Queen & eff nnd sold almost every day. Moore Crescent routo are being operated which tho agent wa asked to pay tho and will go a alternate to tho big blowing at hl.h ipeed fiotn the west, A. P. Sloan, George I). Florenco, M, 20 4 and son tho blacksmiths nnd wagon practically on schedule and eraoke and sparke went thrown Francis Vnndoveer. time, but next day, when It developed that he contest. The Judgeii were K. S. AlCarpenter, Welch Rochester. Nearly makers are rushed wlt:t buslnerfi. The freight nil over town. Tho direction of tho ha been virtually aban- wa Ignorant of th order, so every business bouse In town will be general supply storo of G. H. Floyd Is doned. traffic he had corn, W. H. Shanks nnd W. II. Wear-en- . Wo have secured nn experienced Only on0 freight wind nlse saved the Inrge flour milt passed pressor and elenner whoso work wo decorated In Pythian color in nonor busy all the time. Thcro I a very at- - Somerset yesterday and it train without the agent hold th0 beer, and It Is still wa acroM th atrect from probablo can guarantee to rvo satisfaction. of the big occasion. tractive capitnl prlite that ha. not a fireman, nn armed crowd at King's at the depot according to the last reThe contest was ono of tho nicest been drawn yet. Cummin & Wear- Mountain, having forced the firemen ports, with no ono to tako it back. Th arfnlrs of tho kind ever held here, The warehouse contained at the Civ,, him a trial. Arrangements have tiecu tciuiu w 20-A man giving hi hay. n en SO name as Irvine to leave hi cab. A railroad detectlvo of rimn ii hurried the bKnquot to be held In tnn ntnnford Cox was nrreited by Acting Marshal who had been riding In the cnb, sup- boys arc all said to be under age. nnd wa attended by a large crowd. couple of cam of cnnnel coal, several d ehtpstuff many sack etc.! Reuben Reynold, a on of J. II. Upcraliouse Friday owning. Tho spp- - Mnrahnll Herring nt Hustanvlllo Satur plied thc vacnncy and was firing tho It haB been suggested that Agent J. S. There were nlno speakers nnd cars of brnn, between tlio declamation wero pracllraltr all of wMch I a total loss. Reynolds, aged about 21, died Satur - ll'Cr will bo served by Mrs. Joseph dny. Ho stnrted to show fight but tho locomotive when It passed Somerset. Itice, on behalf of the railroad ait tlon Tbo firm had 12.000 Insurance on the uay ni m nome in tne west Kmi policy, oi ine veranaa noun rno pro oIficer Kot to him first nnd took a 44 The fireman's sldo or tho cab wo off tho keg of beer to the highest musical numbers which added greatly building nnd 13,000 on the contents,! nnd was burled In the Ilustonvlllo'nrani for the convention dny will be pistol nnd n ounrt of whisky nwny armored with sheet Iron. as Is usually done by tho railroad to tho entertainment of tho evening. rrom him, nnd locked him up. iy u lununn BurviYeu lie A railroad detective wns severely nlllch Will come BlKMlt li.000 Sliori lemeierj nununy. Hvery speaker acquitted himself Friday Afternoon at 3 o'clock. Thomai W. Koutcn who hn been cut by a crowd nt Onelila, Tenn. In tho caso of unclaimed freight f covering tho lots. Tlio insurance, his parent nnd several brother and Opening ceremonies visiting numerous Kentucky friends Freight train going South was boarded though somo seem to think that U1I3 very creditably, and every point had was curried In tho Mutual Miller a- - "isiern Welcome nddrcss I, N. Mcnrfce, and relative! boa returned to Now nt Oneida nnd the negro fireman wa might bo I expetced sedation, nnd a Inspector Infringement of Stanford's to bo well considered by the Judes. Cnstle Ind., where bo hold h lucra removed from tho cab. The detecLObT. (Vrtlflcato for 10 shnros Jr.. H. I). (1. C. to couin hero at onca to adjust thr local option law. The young of Response effort V.',. nre nlwayg glad to) tive, who Ilev. F. M Tinder these Mock In Henry Clay lire Inmirnnr.e tive position riding in the cab was lots lleMi-E- ; Company, Howard for return to Dr. from lodges of the district seo incces nttend tho efforts of n ordered to leave, but resisted nnd was men provo that there Ha somo line mm I're.tnn onirlnoornt the mill 20-bv representatives, G.Perry. Lincoln county boy nnd Tommle Is one badly cut by members or tho boarding tin, llrst to discover the fire Sun-,- " oratorical talent in the rising genera LANCASTER lxcinpllflcntlon ol them. secret vvorl:--party. Ho was taken to a hospital .lay afternoon about threo o'clock. At tion In Stanford, and but little develop MlHS J. W. Cnrter. G. K. It. S. Splendid school 'in I.nvlnrtiin Lllla Carle Ito la .Mill tn hnvo re. Commissioner Florenec Monday tiold tbo tluin flnmo and smoke wero pour-- ' GixmI of the onler, mem will be needed to make finished Members. will close tht. spring seaion on Mnrchjcelved gashes on Ill's face, arms and Ing out "of the top of tho south end of Dip old Carpenter Hotel lot on Depot W. n. Uurton bought a nice road Adjournment. - IIUL'K speakers of several of tho boy3. Dick Hampton pnsstreet Monday at public sole, Attorney V tho warehouse. " UIIU III IfC III II BUI IUUB LUUU1LIUII of Uiarles Dean, of lower Gar 7 p. M. enteitnlnlng and worth your while. n mhnr rniiniina imv i.een re. mg north In n freight train, soon after T. J Hill bidding the property In for Waters' mibjcct was "National Apos Uefore another "dvnnce that Is sure 'ported but the firemen at said to haver". ,0 'm Conference of degreo In hall of Din- ward saw tho flames nnd turned Ids! (be brim at $2.0."0. Idem lodai to tomo soon, Invoit in n blue grass Itiern compelled to quit their poaU nt s'ary Walker Prlco Chapter of tasy," while Urlght declaimed 'The through: T"o whistle on as th,. train pulled ,T- ump' Monday nlternoon Cuban Itefugee." After this the banquet will u kIvoii Iiinii, and ho bnppy and live easy nil n no were inning town nlnrmlng ninny ol stations. No tircman onlllle j. j, )nrM1 ,)f MrKlnnoy, I pre . I. ..- - .in sian. n new grocery nnu. :.11 IIIM'III llllMPf. .1 kl . 111.IHI1II ITNl.l- - 111,. IIMI III Vlllir III,, I IIM lll.ini. .. number ttum l.nc l.nAn .nn.l,,n.l Inll LI117 llllllll! Ill .I1TH. ,1 .I1II'I-!- 111,11 .! . I., mln ,.. IHIAItllWIII ..!.. !. . mi..... v ..... ........ nnil - nuuw.-.- i lit. k....n ,..v. nil-.m ; 1Ilaiiu uiu ui .uuis rune jow- uvihni V hoII. and will make n low ",1"eJ to Tho Knights of Pythias will hold a mud and Miss Hortn Joan Penny's pnn Kinp' Mountain. Although curl There wns no pos.lblo chnnco of K(.n, nterchnndllng store nt that mn,,'r, meeting In SUinford Friday " expected to res- - price nnd tprm to Milt buyer. Address ous crowdi are congregated nt most'dli-trlc- t saving tl.o warehouse, but the fire titietllntc little eltv Mr Diinrnii I """ c- A- - lmri""' Mr. M. C. II. llox S2. Hintonvllle, Ky. of tho railroad stations along' this afternoon March 17th. A number of CX(lulslto teditions on the violin were hose was quickly laid and put son of Mr nnd Mr W J Duncan 1"""' '" ,"n'',8 . C. G. HobM,1 Hon. 11. A. Sclioberth, Give Presley Sluder of Ge:iuva the part of the line tho gathering at Klng'siK. P. will llkelv go over. Ereatly appreciated and was .Mils Ber- work, ono nuzzle being used principal-- ; ull(i i. il.,i(.r. . Hon O II Pollnnl. P. G.C. name nnd complete inscription of nny Mountain but found that no violence; . y to the mill aero George . D. was lead- - tha Jackson's humorous recitation ....... protect,i.n ..th..,. ,ilnml nn the ... It. L. Slnile. 15. (:. Iiulee WhIIht nn.l inrnn viin inn r,i nn.. nfrnmi,. nn.i .. n.i n..r..,..i. .. I. Mr. .. mi,. iho ...i.ii f,..tt,. " "" , " ' ." " V' Tho stage was lailshly decorated Krocery. and gen- - ev;A A ,. "" , v?e at. "'o.oman's ,1 ."": V '' " M'-- ' W. C. G. Hohbs will .prak on th ,ure. co", , , '.'.oraan,IC with pennants In ihe different clalia The Jones nropVrtr nearby. !'n SrBST.KD??.B. been re-- i ,lo flren en t.a. in re to rt '", l"ni'': , 'ythlan linme. Hon. O. H follard will big Mr. Georgia Ann Martin' cabin moved ..from tho cab nnd two addition .Ml w. 11. Urown The terrlfflc heat endangered -- tho KH.i Hllle. '"r "" v"rfl',. .., .... .. .. . . i... .. i,.. have colors, and tho rah, rah boys voro i. f ii... i. it... ,.... i ...imir .r ,i.n 4i.ir....i...n ,,u . .""""? .... : ?1 V" V"e.. 'Ie'K ,l moved to the hand,,.mo homo i n uuy o "half of tho different classes "U,.J" aii"L 7. V ,. "., X. .,""V.. " ".e ."..""" r reputntlon and a feU of oratory purchased of and their favorito speakers, adding Mr. Gumstlch. a German lau ill most ol the contents. It caught from the fireman slipped out of his cab and fil i p iii?, i Mfegiiards. Th,. (widen coping of the section mucn 10 mo merriment ana pleasure a iiove pipe. disappeared before tho engineer uiins-roof soon smouldered smoked and then Iho Otten!ilm 87 years. died Thursday jo had a well iu. gatnmoinlo Deceased va tlrculf court has entered upon Us t'muestlonnbly the ii.agUtrate of ed Mm. Iwaran to blare, however, but Mnt Pres, morning aged evening. , .. 1...1 1. 1.. v.. ,.....!.' ..1,... .1.1 1.. 11 In Grmn second weelt here. 1 tin liielro .la 0r the of iMllah descent inn 1 Wlgglnpton. nnd John llorton n M bud lived near Otteiihelm for the! -" thn" slnllnn in'I'Sl't and will very likely be cleaned tunltv tn roller In llu. ..lfur,. t.t tho eri.u-,- l.nil trnilinrpfl n iTOuaCteU IlleClinU heat lull braved th,... intense ... .,...nnd climb- 1a4 '.p. . linrlnl Iti.r ......... occurred at i. -- nn,, nn.l. tnnellne nnlille civo thom i.ra.imi vairh the irnlna h.ibs. nnil n n freluht &t this term. Two murder cases will PARKSVILLE III mo lopnumi priiK m mv rnnf upon tho fire, Iho Lutheran church of which sho of all roads In each ones district and passed carrjlng a negro fireman a ":omr,'!l i!lat of S(lIre Tankersley threw bucket of wnter .1 Hiemucr. i ma Jamo-- j utuir,-- . or colored worK '" wttrv ai uhau notice the improved conditions within shot rang out from the engine caD'"' whllo courageous crew Mr. W. S. KImberlln Is down with ORCHARD BAPTIST CHURCH th,, rirst month. ep. thnw a stream from below. Make them use ind whistled by a Science Hill citizen.1 August and John Calico for k grip. Hud dog hepherd lloldrman personally took charge machine crushed stone and river crav. Tho fireman thought the crowd was a 'usln Ivan May at Huckeye. limit trail Orchard March 1... ol. In ptare of branch hand as hereto-- mob after him nnd la said to Ii.ivp! Ed Collier son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. W. S. Armstrong bought a cow of ot tho otiglno at the water works and Kate wna poisoned bv hoiiio onei A gome protracted meeting begin at nro. Hand broken stone 2 inches In filed to scare them. Tho train was Colllet of this place Had n harrowing Henry Meadows for 40. lor threo hours kept the pressure at lfUt Saturday and h,. would give run urcunrii napusi mm jlze, will average "'imriy. im"" Th,. old hole, nu leuny inches an It has fctopnod and ho was taken orr and uxpennece one da recentlv in thc I2." pound J. J. Cozatt bought 13 nice stoats iv,ut morni .. ..i- i i.r.,vnr,.ii iti utrenni Kate had been n member of the family Sunday evening conducted lv Kev. i.een citv of Menmhio uh.,. v," ,i.i mi.i t.. i..nv,. tivn nt nro i....... i... for nlno ynr and whs so boloved by W. P. Wllke. of Heron. Good crowda iUKl wagon nil hteer clear of It." Detective .lamoi Carl, who was shot lucrative position. It was Ms wonder. r Mr' C' D IIaean last week. irmii being as strong as It otherwise D. II. ar,. uttondlng nnd it U Hoped tlwt KImberlln, of Yoseinlte, 'Hie winter passed without nn lee through the bodv bv a mountain marks ful presence of mind prevented him1 J,r- - Jodl would. Chief of Police II. D. Carter, mi wiio Knew jier thnt much Interest will be taken in this tr0P( ami the fee makers are hnppv In ninn at Glen Mnry, Tenn.. Sunday isjooing instantly killed by a passenger Mnxor Florence. Capt. Mack llnice of Goyen wrote n poem about her. visiting his parents Mr and Mrs lor the Uird. train seeing the approaching train, he' ii I score ot 'tne prospect of a largo increased trade"1 a critical condition at the Somerset pork tho fire department, and a !" 'ispt'st bne Htnrted a cam- - M. Clored Morgan is learning tele- iho eomlng summer and at a much Hospital. Detectives are riding in the rolled over Just in time or he would v othors worked manfully In tho fight. 1,r S H' westerfield and son and cabs with the engineer and firemen 'have been crushed to death. Judge John Menivee, Jr.. took l"'Kn to rubio $t00 to make needed Krupli under him Fish lit the depot, better price than usual. I'ollre n ,,u',r here and the, Jo, McCarlu contInuos un,igoroub-- l lk,rn ,M ,low kl"K of "'l eroict in tlie ol all moving trains, nnd extra guard.) Mrs. Mason Pollard, of perwmnl ehnrpe of tho hose working Marksburv daPlter are visiting lelatives in Lon- ... .11.1 rfnn Wfirk Nlcht ParSOIiagO. ulnpeil ...-- .. i. llnlta.l S2,m..u iihl..l. I.r... . iilnni. tlirt pnmnnnv'fl ,.. , .t...n.i i "up in,- - nrn hnln.. ,....-j -. viin nn.l . iv iii ,.r .......... ......wi j ri.UMi..n,i,,. uiiHimiiB . it torn recent v cut tnn'uun ana iierca. kv. . .. " ..... im-jouii t. .n1f. ..rtu .......... ... inn. .. r, ' inM.Mn,..ri. .... .ai.,fi-i.,.. ". n r flmmnlnl Inn.n "" ,..... .... ...l.il. If.llf.'...i. ..., deep tiuu uir rearli uleeulni? tn wiiif-i- i nimii. i.n lunirin nuiii Illirrr ...! .11,1 fnllnnl wi.rk. I'nVI InJohn Wllllnm Hamilton .1 nminltieni far. Mr. Alfred Daviii re obrated ll a SUth wan for lm lumi ninm- - I'limm .1..1.1....1 ..f... .. ll'O V Mr. anu .lirs. J. H. Brown left Tues- " .aln St i...-i- ... while went to Klnc'e'rnllo.1 1.. ri..i,. Sheriff Alet'artv vn n ....uu-.-.T" V. '. l'i.;l'.UU ill once tbusi aay mornlnK or Loul'ivllle whore sho i ", "l"tliughman. W H. McKlnnoy, Will mer of1 tho Cedar V. Creek section died birthday Frldu) by spending the day. as kinc,. Nebraskn, Io"a and other Mountain bu found that no violence averted all danger. S. Coverl8,'l,p,J wtst show an occasional crop wan being attempted against tho nc-- Mhs Alberta Anderson was hostess "' do scw Bpr,ng shoPPInS-fo- r Wenren George L. Penny, Itev. D. M. at his heme Saturday after a short i,H ,iiuihier Mr Chi-iIninklug 15 barrel per acrn. Our corn sroes. Tile colored firemen wlw He wa about 37 ,, . .;, .' , ., VVnlker. John 11. Foter, lion iiruco, nes of pneumonia. 'Mlss Vivian May is visiting friend the "Tueday Afternoon should order enough seed would tomP tnough would generally past week. The home was Club" the' and the mill crow and n cort or crave yeari or ago and leawi a wire and ninn uiuiik mo nun uiu inviting by!nt Lebanon and Gravel Switch. fought with might and five children who have tho sympathy many moro happy return of tho day. lrom there to give It a fair trial inUl,,r'P off and nm nt the sign of n colored firemen main tt prevent further spread of tho of everyone In their brreavement. Tho Mack Bird bought a building lot Kentucky. The corn crop In thl conn crowd, many of which wero half grown Lurial was at Hee Lick Sunday. flnmim, and conquered. . io o from W. II. Hamilton for J100, and l1' ,,r"r a " rieuutri laiiuy...iz.,.. Ordprfl wpre rocolvecl bv tho acrent at.. . e A,u wsn. nnd John and Oahrlol Wnl.I . .. ., I'mrine the helcht of the fire, tho i io,vii il uuiiieiti wiurii .. ....., .w. MrlCfmmi- nnt tn nprmlt n crowd tn tefS nave purchased tho pntlrn etnlr IG.50. v'ii-.-- . m.. cry broke out that Dr W. H. O'llan- - Sop tho new coIlnr pad at J. C. Mc will soon build. jure of I. a. Hurst and tho nblo to b0 out again, varlet was .the largest producer asiKuther around the depot. Everywhere 8. J. Tatem lion' houso two square away on lJin ciury' harnes shop. i " vvauers- - ftirnt. i shown nt national corn show at CoIum.uu nnu nown me nne, sympiun.v hcouibi " MAYWOOD. Irtltor street, wa auume, unu mo after an Illness of rheumatism. ).. nnllrnlv U'llh the strikers nnri tllie ComOanV. tn uur ii.. recently. big crowd which was gathored along Beat companies lowest rate, In Speed Mason of near Dripping "',,. n.in'r in. nectnr was in Quick ture your .property today with ft. M. against the railroad, but there seemi; The Cfcoutnuqua Circle met Wemioa. Th Several of our farmers In this sec- tho railroad hastened thither. nrn ..uiint, uiuibaa nf Springs, is crlticnlly 111. nlty last week and Inspected samnloR to be no desiro for violence on the day afternoon at the home of Miss tlnn "v hntrlni. n,,nn1.n 11 viicuil work, however quenched the Incipient Newi.niL " ..nn' m,y " on the " i". ie nernuon on Lexington street. lever., blaze which had ben discovered Mrs. Lena Napier who haH been Irnm all our dealers nnd from our lo-- i ,uri "l Kflt Kriln l Inner linrtt ntnl nnu nru eritrations seeming to be moro forany- -- Ke. R. M. McCnsh. of Des Moines ' A- - ll- Mathenv bought a calf of by rout. if not sold taking treatment at the Sanatorium. col mills. Flour handledbut two firms to scare off tho scabs than It" was four or five hour before of land at MoKlnnry l0W delivered n most excellent lc'J11:? Campbell for ? 19. Privately by March lMh will bo sold I now tnklnc a course of tralnlnc for here was condemned CV" the other Im Horn, to th0 wife, of - P. Cook, a th.7 force of the fire was spent on turu S.indnv eveninir nt th i'i,.i.i 'tM Inst, engln-tutfol A sympathetic strike of tho church. Subject "The New Patriot."10 R,rl Loil,so- the warohoiHO. while the ruined mas at auction on tho premises on that a trained nurse In that popular I WaUcr nonprtB nnd c,auUo naUeyi Col. of bay and feed smouldered and burn- dnt.' to highest and best bidder. This l. Holmes, or LouWvlUe. a wm oxpected to follow the action isn.." 1M- - nna ed with Intornnl boat for threo or Ih tne Old Ooorgo'Oheni place, Mr. Arch Anderson has gone to veteran commercial pilgrim with man,. of,'le f'romen', . official" that , The MUslon Study Class will meet! N. CASH. . td. J. year, of faithful service to his rrolit OI .. . ,. four day. tream of water being kept "y' hnve notified the they will not i..j o;"i:;;ullnK ,,. K0,nK to c,evor Maywood iiiiimji'i niir .I,. iiiii. iiiiii in ii tin Is too great .. nlln last week and sold hh rhk ' nnnttnnll litwin it rook tno 111 YII" In tllll tilt Is woeek ' JW. It. Dllllon of Cednr Creek, ha Ui,imi nmj)(.r of D. Steenbergcns soils, builds, re-- ! lnov a wheel even under guard. Drake Maeksmlth. has been allowed a patent On March 4th 1910, llaughman Ai nice orders. operation? on a uheelright "toro suceebful men on tho Ire also delivered them- In pair and ndjusts scalo ('ompany Iot another wrelimie at rock tint-- ' rented bis farm to owland and Seott. n,"L""'f- - It Is very been nerformei nt the l.inonc. 1....1. ..nin0c tt.o ,,i,i...,.,. cleverly gotten up, which wa-- i conslderauio nemp ami io lnin ,,rcw. Sl.e utra for price boioreMr. D. Goes to London where he will thnt Mr. Wlai lt3 invfiitc 'Is po;t and shows more comnnny took steps to remedy the; IPI hosp tal this week. Pat Rnnanrirtn fcr.ied of Cri,, Orchard, Ky., Inspect lumber. who has been qui to a sufferer AMr ''"There I no clew whoever to the - " usituation nt once thev would strike In or than ordinary mechanical ability. "io time submitted to opera .sympathy with the firemen. Mrs. .Margaret Gormley is quite ill. Prayer meeting every Friday nigh origin of tho fire, but It Is believed 13-LO-Several machinists of Somerset who '"m nniJ his recovery Is now hoped Sunday School hero on each Sabbath. rK. Oormley Is one of Crab Orch- - MAY BE SECURED TO COACH Hint some ono must hav,. been smok- Ida Pollard daughter of Itev, Cokor, mey re--J or- CAL have teen discharged becau tho pastor, will preach team Ing near It. nnd dropped a match or nmuiwinoiuniiu uu wtiun ol u rountrr .ard'i oldest Inhabitants, being S3 year Btrikern the late Marshal, Pollard win onernt. every first Saturday night, Sunday clgaretto near the wisp m nay wnicn Krw"i o( .ago. SO of which she has been a uy fl nulaum. have nppealed to their union, nnd ai a ,ca on for appendicitis or something ot and Sunday night at the Daptlst n )ci taRen . mny havo been under a door. Another MDI yutinucwm iiiuucii it i vxti dimut ui , ..i.. inUr?d nature, iln-rchurch. I. thnt nerhau a mouso or piwcruira niu rtiuninM. uia vj cuatiuiir inm iiuvui ui nno in.i.v. of fan of the city to secure a nro- - r8Ult ,ho n'ncnlnists may follow suit.)" Jriend are glad to learn or Tt i- Mr. Manuel, who bough t out the f.r,l,.Hl.1 nnl. tr. sn;UM Mrs. Jamog N. Doone hn.i been sick. wwtiiuttoruii .. thnt the ipiirrow cnrrled a mntoh Into the -- - - ijuprema titirru ta f m n .!.. Il.n Clnnf,...ll Tho QueenliQand CrescentI) has issued ., ,.. , H "1 KHiulrM mnitltulionftl trMtmeaL L. I. U. WaiKOr fiav 111? Mr. W. O. Watts ha been very sick vuatii iu iiuiu t.u okiiiiuki fira thnt liotiroei be DCea OH (llllY " "W"",IM'M'""" employ", offered a stroke of paralysis is In- - or "I,wlHIBh School ball team thl oason. north of Cfcattanooga and the 8,au,"",mul101 heart trouble but ts much better nn l J' ,nnn tlmo R' Arthur Long having prov- - '"cnt ot white strikers bo pushed. Tho 'orrect Reports llk0 people in all Mrs. Ninnio Smith, of Rowland, has the S." I'.'sh and KbrrinV1r.n,g .thNv. razor known to bo over a hundred, ,, been visiting Mrs. F. M. Campbell. so Pat Ho-- 1 a Miss Dollle Owens, or Ilrodhoud. visityou needjicdjvorry en? ,i"nno"' th "S M o rent ,ltC,'er nQd Innd'l imen of toovW ed Mrs Hob Roberts. Mr. nnd Mrs. , Frankfort, ,. negotiating to forcibly aid the cau.e of tho flro flatwood neighborhood, sold n mare n.tl.r, ITHaw nf T..n,ln.. 11... ..Il I,. V. Galne the insurance Man. i:iT',.,Vri,KY -""""' "W , ..... Q" "' MeuheY paPen ! IMWCTOIUIIillT' "UIU Ul lll UlUUli lllllU. ...III . ll.n, 4..., n... nt. al. Ilftrf nan10!:," here to tome here nnd take charge of th,men. .. .. . ... . .. HvnttHvllla lm.n.h ,,.i- Tho Crab Orchard Graded School Is way protected Seo him. quick. squad for two or threo weeks,, Are you frequentIy hoarseT Do mulni of ItoHoii for f 325. ,,..,, liniiPr tho man local tho Fnnk. ltout rt is up tiijv 1.. ft N. nuik ,ir,1ri,asinlr .M . tzr- t inm r tf ..a a uia nn .t n min-- r nttn mnnn rn tnnni in innrii inn nHii iniinui brMiiAn iii, DEMATORY 3 c rnr-loa- d I intec-pc-rse- bid-dc- ' w-- w-- a f ! - nor. L . ..-- ,inrin; I ... v. .. ,." " - ,0 t.- tia - rv..r Jee '1 ";,'n .tMhl """ .. rllr" - ,.,,.. ". a-- r" """ ... ....., "'..'.."th. j l' inn. JiL r'"" !.. ... .... vhJ ."'"..Y"0. ??'".. . "r ?' ",; "" ';,' 1" r Vn-ir- ' ""k cm-.?i- j 1 ...r '"k "'' rmy tpt. r. 1 'l"" in-ii- ""i j I i i , ."i-vh- ""; """" ..., ,.., . ... ... "" i -- riuiiiii-uwu'fni,,,- '"" .t r... . m ,,.. 1 '"ira nr, ""'' -- .n.. - - "V "'" f'"r I- n-- i- .. ' - te . u ..... ..i,. ,,' "' ff ( 1 I taK;S. ball v Bt"" JttttSSZh L1,."'". rm "SJtr.iLiiSSSa u.l"i?i&!l"ni," ......... - ' "" Z r'lTrlZT Ce.growH every Csm cSS J ..... . 1 'S"S. "? - ft"; ... -- Tue $X&?& 'iSnWSd 'cTAr vT$ C t j ... " laruiMt'ovSnhSar ... rmP.'gufe8t of Mra. Ethel West Arnold . .,,... ... Mli, Uosle Gulley of the Richmond "' '" """' u"u Saturday d spent t '" tlo "f lhl- - or' With , ,, IKorinal .chool ha been with her par--l Horenco Pennington I having a brand nto, W. II IlliRln. Chamb'orminvlTtomnch and ilvor s the Store. "irTng flno 80n1 ,BUfh Sunday at tbelr home ,n Uv,n. w,ater:Bame. V, V;,rk;ond Ha .imo.,""," relief to awning placed In front Vablet, 'n"teMr clover people. It Is not hnrd to r Cral Emraa VaTtla- wnmnu- Buffering Irani chronic oonstl- - wh, h I'troult Judge Watt. Parker, of Lev 'my' "S'ji"1 (iZv, ,'"! lu,;10"-5- 1"' houa died suddenly a, hi homo Men atlractlvn. 0rchard ,s vta,tng Mr8 JL u Th Hollo... headache, biliousness dlnlne., -- Dr. W. D. O'llannou, of Stanford. !?"?,il.0Li?V"nen.nj'..,,ir,,w,,"U, f Crab Orohard and comin.inllViUm thl season: Vi0' u"' ,d? "Li1? ... wi.ru. ... " E'.'Klnnalrd Is' In Wrholavme. ...,..v h- ,w U -'- '' "- -. Monday to see M, T. S .coker. the" ciurt hoW . j r had always been a democrat, but st,,. of rSJ,ft Lrier ihov tlnues very alckv-- J. lh' wn went ovor to the republicans when ho ft' ,It si nf3lA iirll S9th. fini-hJ work shouhi Trfc h. ji Fully nlno out or every ten caiioiv.ni ci,,.i i,ii,,...i aw deloat ahead of him In a primary. Pearce I A..rii Merer pruae a tree uuIqms there ts here for n nrotraete.1 Pointer, who has been telegraphing at and. qr start at on Co m grading tho lawn n ''lotion will be held this fall to visit with Mr Is simply rheumat'sm jj. & j), at Stanford April 22nd, rheumatism good. Mason why u limb ur brunch and Mr. W. A. Price, Rowland has returned home. J. 1'. (choose bis successor. nutting out graii. ot tho muscle duo to cold or damp, Normal' nt Stanford--Ma- v lath, ibsuftl be taken off. Mr. A. n. Denny ami daughter Mr., Larnotte U buying tobacco horo. Ho ' Mny 20th. or chronic rheiimntlsm, uelthor of St. Mnr.v at St. Jlary. "as nl,ou' 18'000 Congresimau Owsley Stanley very Chnaiberlaln'a stomach end liver Five abates of Lincoln County Nat- which requlro and Internal treatment. nnturo nro al Medicines that ni secure, relief U ivlboly decided not to make the race tablt-b- i nre safe, sure and rellablr. K. I.. Owsley Is In Lexington visiting! ,,ny frow a needed to l0 c 12 cel,t3 per vnya most successful. Chnmbarlalu's ional Hank stock wero told nt auction all that goornor ngalnat McCroary, who nnd have bee praUcd by ttou&anda of Couch ltemeJy acts an this plan, it Mondny, Dr. J. F. Peyton getting four free application of Chnmberlaln'8 llu) will now undoubtedly have a walkover women who have boon restorod to Mrs. K. D. Potti. Mr. nnd Mr. Wood iniuud. a Ker aro at tomo from a sojourn, Ureon Sutton and loosont tho cough tllevtii the, tuns, at 1200 while J. F. Plcunnti paid raent Give It a trial,. You aro or niniuaiuti gu iu nuiiu iuruunu iiieir kcuho uiu uiui In Florida. Mrs. Ilettlo Purdott. of tlllo visited her wlfe'ofiProat'hor... Jm&v - .. open the secretion and aids uanw fl'Ol for one. This stock belonged to tnln to Lo tileusod . with- tho nu ck re..vlu". me uemuaruiic... .ft. I " . ...!.. 7 41... . rfJJMra, Sarah or the into Mrs. A. (1. Huff, Uof vyhlch It uforda. Sold. byG. L. J"7, " l.l. curative properties. Sold by O. U anoiuyviiie. is vltltlc; Dr. and Mrs. l"o ; "'" Iu rstorlnif tlie sytetn to n healthy Iho estate Ibollcved for somo time that he would J icnny. Herrln at Quail last weokT Win. liuidette. Penny. mail. condition. Sold by G. L. Ponny. iiuie. i ed. LarM uox oi ceni at u. u. ,.y . no inianiiiianiaain. en ,JUro,n C()un,y year ,,,, ,., ' ,,,,,, ,u jo . .T, 1 ;7 Pr-nl- no ., . ,,. I. ,,,., ....... ... k- - PJnyed ono season with Louisville, nnd am, g oq6 of ,..' ui.' - ' rh?'Unr,a,n. -J 8" Penny Drug rn,,,, 'g -- I""' T ' ed TJC vywr .. 1 rtonMtn1' inn : j vlsUn.'V'iL? ft S2 'S..0'?. ""T - 1 fr rrdraln'eS?. - 2 " Ti f ,.((". - j.i .' v5 - ,:- r""iffl ,:w .tm, -- ,v A ,'.'jt 1 . TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1911. THK STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. $? ill 3OTK&V Two bottles Cured My Rheumatism' " I have been a suf. fercr from rheumatism (or about two years, and have used many lint mento and patent medi. clncs which gave me no relief. A lady friend of mine told me she had used your Liniment and fminM rnltf nt nnrt I got two bottles and they cured me. 1 think it is the best Liniment a person can have in the house. I shall always keep a bottle in my house as long as I can get it" Mrs. E. R. Wallace, Morrisons, Va. Mrs. James McGraw, of 1216 Mawlcville St.,New Orleans, La., writes: " I take pleasure in writing to you that I had a pain in my arm for five years, and I used Another Letter. SiOANS LINIMENT for one week and was completely cured. wgniy." I recommend y6ur Liniment very Sloan's Liniment instantly relieves stiffness of the Joints,SoreThroat, Hoarseness, Sprains, Neuralgia, Better Sciatica and Lumbago. and cheaper than porous plasters. At All Druggists. Trice U5c., COc. nnd S1.00 Sloan'a Treatlae on the llorte sent Tit. Atldret da DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. tlcm to bo decided to tho Intelligent a Mite of 54,012 to 31,301 In Oregon mnk'o all tho other votors Intelligent Established 1872 on public nuestlojis. The corrupt prnctloo net ndoptid by SHELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher vote of 51,012 to 31,301 In Oregon through the Inltlntlvo In 190S, irnlde $1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE tbnt no cnndiilato for office ntinlt ox Kntcrci) at tbo pustoffleo at Stan nend mooro than 16 per cent, of tl'C 'nnnitnl salary of tbnt offlco, except ford as second cWSB mall. tbnt tbo cndldnto shall not bo restrict cd to loss Jhnn $100. Ator the exportDEMOCRATIC TICKET. 'enco of tbo past senatorial elictlou For Circuit Judge. In Wisconsin, men of all parties will HON. CHAIti.r.S A. HARDIN, ngroo that some such law Is Impera- of Moreor County thcly dcninnded In this state. l. The Oregon law requires that tbo Tho Interior Journal Is much gratl- mon for ft rofCrcmim m,ut bo lied over tho wid0 spread cotnmenda. ajgned by C per cent of 'of tbo voters, ndvocacy! Tho Inw also requires tho Se turn It lin received for Us of Stato to send to ocry of those progrcssUe measures tor proletary 'clstcred voter In tb0 stato a prlntel refer-- , ,, gmalvo people, the Initiative, of R,vnR otnlutn and recall, notwithstanding tho measure submitted to tho peo lait that United States Senator Jool,,C no iatCr (wn 55 days before n election. Arguments for nnd llnlley, of Tcxns, In fighting the In day, brum! against tho proposed law can bo zoua constitution tho other serted In such pamphlet at tho ac If imI thorn as "popullstlc heresies." tual cost of tho paper and printing these be populism, glvo us more of It, Thus th0 voter Is carefully and In but they seem to us to bo tho very telllgently Informed on both sides of essense of government by tho people proposed measure. take some every for the people kentucKInns to tho time to educate Report of Condition of Incalculable advantages of governing It's bound to come. thenwolves, but National Bank It has been said that the Inltlatlvo of Hustonvilli and referendum will confuse the vot- 'ors by giving a largo number of gills at Ilustonvlllo In tho stato of Ken- to bo voted on at an election, ino tttckv, nt th0 close of business, .Mnrm oters of Oregon have completely de- 7th 1911 RESOURCES: monstrated that they knew in 100S M19.97G 87 Loans and Discount . how to vote Intelligently on 19 differ-'cn- t Overdrafts secured and 50S C6 measures. Trie most votes on any unsecured of tho 19 was 95,623, th0 least number U. S. llonds to secure cir Jo.uuu uu culation Uias 70.72G and the average on all the 132 29 bonds U. were Prems onhnnsn S.flirnltUTO l!i was 8fi.420. Twelve measures lljiitzine 2.900 00 edopted by majorities ranging from nnd flxtuies Seven bills were Due from Nntlonal banks 1.103 to 48.506. agents) .. 3,816 33 (Not defeated by majorities ranging from Due fromreserve approved reserve AAi-- t An 49,201. Four laws, strength 12,'JIU to -- ",oi Agents enlng and extending the power ot uie checks and other casii 20 3! Items peonlo over their State government, majorities. '".j,01? r. nere adopted by decisive 893 00 paper' Currency rnnglng from 14,70 to 45,506. TheJo 223 93 nlrkels nnd cents four laws provide for tho recall, the .,5-- i popular election ot United States Sen- - Specie HIE INTERIOR JOURNAL. GOLDS BREED CATARRH Her Terrible Experience Shows How Pcruna Should Be in Every Home to Prevent Colds. Sngo land Citv. I I ,1 gNEWANDBEAU- TIFUL jj Are the styles of the ... WALK-OVE- . m m mm 0 o R SHOES v l - jo this 1311 Wood- mor, Ave., season. Our I stock now ready to I show you. A MmWk m. mk W J Mm-- ,, ,, writes; n. Kansas Mo.. mWmWS wAWBr others tnat may be speak rcrunn. feci It till Iv to you nnd to llko m7km& - for r n ble fl camo In "My trou- M.-i- o 1 b li t or years nlno fiiro. n trath- mi n o after p, Iniln t X iy Mm o .& .-- o. M iti fm m If mW crlng In my licati a n i neuralgia. I My time. ears nose, Tht most all tho rf fl and eyes were badly - N Mrs. "" C 8. Sagerttr. - J .... affected for tho last two years. I think from your description of Internal catarrh that I must have had that also. I suffered very severely. "Nothing- ever relieved mo llko It keeps me from taking cold. "With tho exception ot some deafness I am fcellntc perfectly cured. I years old. am forty-si- x "I feel that words are Inadequate to express my praise for PerunaT ro-ron- o. r I .A 4 LOW AND REGU-- g LAR TOPS In all leathers; high toes and high heels, j broad toes and low heels, to suit every J individual. At $3.50 $4, 4.50, $5 a the pair. & 0 0 0 Heport of rondltlou of J 0 .. The Lincoln Countv National Bank, at Stanford State of Kentucky ut the close of butlness Mnrch 7th In tho H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. DMSti& 0O0;5O QO&tZHS if ! 0 .T!. Ull. vQpkv I mmm r ri I JUrS-riiattJ- It? d i- SoaglTR ZtfD.- -l Af.. t Ji 141 MSffSffrfclYr 1 nm?& JVVT1 Jfia 'm'w. - L. L. Sanders Crab Orchard. ators, proportional representation and Ki205 00 act governing elec ii.!.nitlnn fund with II. S. a cornint-nractlceTreasurer (5 pur cent clr- tions. i.zjo u" dilation) The bill requlllng railroads to give public officials free passes wna defeat- $191,629 totaI. LIABILITIES cd by a vote of 59,406. The oters or Oregon decided 'that the Stato can Capital stock paid in .. ..$50,000 00 . 17.000 0U and ought to pay tho railroads for any de- 1.0S0 7 J service honestly rendered. They pens08 am taxcg pald . utlonaI bank notes out- elded not to place" their public officials 00 with their friends and .families under I)u standing Nat'l banks . 21,200 IS ," ,... 10S , . .. tn other obligation to a powcnui apecwi hiu-iq gute nn(, )rlva,c nos is est capable of abusing Us privileges. nanS nnd Bankers From 7 to 30 per cent of those who individual deposit subject to 100,071 9S check voted for United States Senator In vote on all Oregon In 1908, did not 1191.629 72 roTAI. tho 19 measures. They were either, stateof Kentucky county of Lincoln J. W. Hocker. Cashier of tno Indifferent to or Ignorant of ono or ' ss. solemnly iwwr more of the questions and so did not above named bank do cross In the square contain-- , hpgt or my knowIrdgo antl bellcr. place a lnc "Yes" or "No". This Is excellent j. v. HOCKKH. Cashier. Subscribed an 1 sworn to beforo me automatic disfranchisement of thoao vote and is a Il0ghl who do not know how to NoUry ,,ub,c chief merit of the initiative and refer- - correct Attest- Edward Alcorn, - iv. iJ i, u Willi, .1 Jt UKttt . .(eUUUIU. It HUl 1JU1J vi.n s "Mender notes 7,0 !. 00 RESOURCES: Loans und discounts ...$277e4C 42 Overdrafts, secured and un- Horse Shoeing, GRCER taa. . . Tix. - secured V. S. Uondi to 8.-- 6 1 9J securo 10t xHi M .fiM 71 Circulation Premiums on U. S. llonds Honda, Suciirltict etc Unnkln- Way on Work dont nd Carriage strictly first clan. Any casting broken, mended at good at new. All work guaranteed. We solicit part of your patronage. . - - - 37,boo 5,300 tm . Somer'tt SU -.- PRICE, Starrford, Ky. r; ho-'- . iuru Duo fit.' i cl N 'ti"iHanks rial . ftirnl - 1 (titt . .. - .:;,. One from npiirovad if ... ufTint) ro- - C.I0S 7'! 1" '10 3. with the best I'ljut'prd stable In Dn Milt- and will be r'ad to sr, yon at an) time. And will bow the ladl" - TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS am now located on Fourth street, - ' :TT" iicillU CheiUs and ot!)r onsli ore espclally courteous fcattuenL S. 1 SSI 36 ltoma Notoi- ot other NnUuiwl '7tM Hanks Kractional paper currency 10S 60 nlckols and cents $12,109 00 .Specie Legal-tende- Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY I. !". I,1 D. F. LOQAN. II " r notes .. 2.000 00 STYLE. JH.I09 Kedemptlon fund with U. S. Treasurer (i per cent of circulation ... .13.000 JI70.S1S Total Due to other National Hanks. 2,932 Capital stock paid In ....$100,000 100,100 fund Undivided profits less ei- 2,738 penses and taxes paid Tuo to stato and prUato banks and bankers Individual deposit Subject to check $133,322 BS TIm0 certificate of de- ii 00 17 TRG BG$T J. mGAL - in CONCRETING Carson's - Restaurant W.A. CARSON, PROP. WC HAVE THtM ALL ON THE RUN luu It comes to supi'lylng hlKh grade lumber P kndir of none that furnish better lumber uiic'ity few who can eff'r t rood Hut nveii wliere our 1'iuibir cau t uiatihtxl our prlrfs cannot Give us your order arjl It takes to fin uotlce how mucb un jou ana how tnuca snisuer tnc 0111 is A AU.BH, Stanford, Ky. lti nst KSrlvurnlus 50 00 01 6C STADFORD aif uownioRieici poll. W can nr roipn7 aaa juaranira nril-olawark ana laatvrtal. Call and gat our urttai afar job aaj jomt maUrlal at laail, tact iti Illock Work, rTninH rtln,fot. Boiltlnnmitkdo all klmli ot oun wfa ad la ny thins from Wtiu-ct- to 43 PHILLIPS BROS.. Sumfurd, Ky. posit UI1U payable ficates of deposits for money borrowed 6,000 00 139,r,22 5K Including certi23.000 0 J. C. MeClary, Vttt W " mmnimMm$SsnrjF9IKri iirvr x . . JHSRiJIIEL9i9IBRlyraHBwHut3KJB9Ri vv ftHH m tzsnynx i n ' 'iiyt1' "' IiBfImI'bimm vhb J170.31S IT Total State ot Kentucky, county of Lincoln ui?r "' " ss: I, w. si. Jinsui. above named bank, do solemnly swear that tbo nbovo statement la truo to tho best ot my knowltMlgo nnd boiler. V. M. nrlBht. Cfcitner nnd sworn to me this lOlb Pubstrll-eday or March 1911. W. W. anundore, Notary I'ubllo. Correct attojt: J. It. I'axton, A. T. Nunnclley, W. O. Wnlher. Directors. u Arairican Fence U thorougkly galvanized made witk the hinged joit the mot practical union of stay wiro and mai strand po4fble, as it lends flexibility, prevent the sUy wire from being slipped sidewi I nrup wires are used tkrouchour. crivinc rreater stranirth and more waight than any ether fence on the market for the price. -- DkttAM ObUVl Let us supply you now as the price may be higher. rAMMAJi MiVSUI baVW vakaAV ftva lv IWIIHrl nvAfifa llUtll J W 19 fm (k Fsmvi iMV A k W. E. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. PERKINS, " n.ntrnnil IllPOllllL' nt tllC HO- bron Methodist church nt Cednr Creek I.irpre crowds In i& still In tirocress attendance, Much interest innnlfe ted uiu Andrew jorusou rrnu-- i Uo meetlnB and Is assisted by ltv. J K. He v. Itoborts, tho pastor Good inuelc sins-lur- . Win. Fiirlnkle nsslnts with the The meotlnK will oontlnuo ten days lonpor. Everybody Invited. in., i.,v U'llsnn. of Crnl) Orcll- ard, Is teaching a select rrhool nt Lvwiwood school ho.ito. John n. Anderson sold B"W" of'rn t T. A. Ilreht T. W. Nnnlcr at $2.76. 10 nl.1 n .na tn V. T. I.flffnn fljf darner Price bought 01 ueo. yiihh nine cattle at it. aiso six iwirjcor. old cattle t S26; bought a bunch ot nog from Charles Sowders at 7 conts. II. I). Ilolticlaw boiu a pair 001 uiuies to J. M. Mahan, of Qarrard for ?3.2r. ,Mr. J. A. uougut a sow nnu i"B of W. M. Anderson for 115; sold 8 head of 1,500 pound cauie 10 a HEHRON. Wo have every lc called a Ol.iukot STAHFORO. - KV- kind from Uie llgUtit to tho huavlMt. Uom, '1'hone ar. rrt,u. U.o fancy blanket for road M Q'ce 'I'aoiie lb7 in the plain but serviceable one for llUin&C SnrinP I"U5& UiortaWo KverykliW of stable utciiiUf too. KnoJ, of eon tho, and roasocable Ltv mu srirlftr nml anmtMo. r,i:i,i.lA tm trico. Tliry liuro to bt to conWrm uro now ready for your iMpoctlnii. They comprise tho best on the umrket r karnefs stnndartl. I ran 41 nnvmi,. ,ia ft, nriM u.ki tds clothes nuidc to order. A siflt C. KiCLARY, Stanford. laado to jour measuro Is prcforablo JL 11 Pi'" UM. to rady ispdo clothes To hao theili inUrfu tn trilitlali... uiiixm v vwnfc ...... Jmaa..', ..n. HI ...-- .. bu tDoi-than ready maaa whon tumriy and fit Is conxidorod. C'crnu At uiid mi we i.iKo your inonsuio. H. C. rtUFLEV. The 1'nutUal TarVw. AHOHSE'BOVUICOAT IMnVPT.VrD n nTr H"6 nr J 1 .l J.LBeazley&Co., 3a cenis. waru wwco l.athon at i wld about 20 acres of f.nd nearCrab Orchard, known a, tho old 011- BIVq yourseu 11 11 siiuuia csicu yoi uij uuuisured. place, wun reniuuiitr un ilcerfcin to Um. Curtlu Gover. W. f. VMH t " A POLICY WOULD YOU hur-UbIt It wero offored you while the firemen wore entering your house! Woll we giioss. Uut don't wait for any such Iohr chance. Have us Issue you a policy to day und make yourself safe If n fir hfinnnna nn tnrittaf should come tonight you'd never for. &uij UNDERTAKERS AND EM. DALMER8. ALSO DEAL. ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. TINQS, RUQ8. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. OIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIQHT. STANFORD, :; KENTUCKY. TOftr' IW "H. F THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY tTf ftf ttf TffTIFTTf TTFtTFtlFTTftTrtlFtTf INTERIOR JUUKNAi 11 TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 191. WW WW WW W Hfflf Wj That Spring you. Suit 't "S You have begun to think about that new Spring Suit that suits Suits to Order We make suits to order and guarantee to give you full satisfac- Jln tion in every way. I New York Styles Can show you the latest New 1 York Styles made by the most experienced cutters and fitters in America. You get what you w ant, or you do not take it. Take a peep at our patterns now on display and we will surprise you with the beauty of this selection. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KY. 'tfHTe-RIB THE HOME OF HA RT SCHAFFNF.K v r. Mm. Stunn Hintth Ih vrrj win HOLDAM'S MILL. ' ' i'"m,f' ,rnm " '"" WHi' ' a",n,,,"' r"" ' "ro ,nl tinpunionla. I, vl l.oiifirWle frr a alnplr .ir n.nifiil mT- t In n liit Wg il" !! I Mr. (hHTfr (' (llvrn " itidtidlso In tr e trtr liin'dlnic M the Penrl Honnoliell. nnd Clmrlm nnd rS snrilMr. J. fVCmnmln In T Crab Orel)- rolIJw In Pari W 'kintnn .ilel. i.Urly Nev. for n al.ort ntnv. ItM M(wklo wont to l,om!on u Join L'larencr Tate- in o,it wraln aftw Mth. t.lnle Dllllon rrtl lo LunrnMor bnd flnrk of po'onlll Mr. William Hays ,of Stnnfurd Iih . nrlnv Sft7iio(iiir cm n visit vtattlng Mr. J. A. Iltnzloy. Mr. Irfrtl- - Mnry ttnth ftH. inn ii, cn Mm .1. M Italnx m' lifMrnn nnd Uriah AlhrlKht, who lm liccn III, of ntth an 2 Ml Margaret Jnrvh nw i if- tf inncrlnr for sewMiwimvntrt n, rot.rh V. It. Itrown nnd family tmvo tuotetl I nhle to he mil again, hto many dBy but rm Jlltln Mth. W. V. Klnenld. stnnolr(, pho re. lhlr ome ZZT Mr I. ,T. Tflmmti lian returned O It. Coiwniin wn ilnwn fmm ,,',"tI or Mr. J. V. MoltR- - Irlond will h ftktd to know. Whiclicitpr wlitrn 1ip hod lien Sfrnni daw. The latter with hi tumlly hare) Thu new ChrUttnn chureli Imlkllne ifwltli hot tiutnnil V continue null rount villi 'il family lam week. KlIV. J. O t.hlnwton tlM n lm- . ... In nn. A" tfin Slnrmn. tilnnk . .. l"" 15 .111 " """'7 r """ -". llr "'CO- Kmt...l.. Ih.l .. ,... . ,, ,, WII ,..... lm ,. ., nt.l. I,, lm ,h.i .. . ,,. if Mlfir. Anlliinntlp Orlnstmd. KS FIlrlrt 11tit-i- v tt'lLTi Inlmii on III rnncy In a comimrntlvely short time, n rw " '" 'ii town Monday mi. HMTr nmMorar X oon. In tlio Riiest tif her sitter, Mr. .Wta.. nl.rt nti IIia l.tjlM l.nn.l. fit tllM llfWll H tit ltV Mn V Iv- J. II. tt.irrl. l,rcll'r"' to hold dedi villi 'hln many frtrnd.. Warner of aumfonl. ha hcon brought Tho Mra Mattlo NVilua went to Inrn" c a ,, M cntory exercises ahoiit tho first o' (it tntny to vlU Wer hoh Joe. NotltlH, ur Mnm ""iiinjon iOrrh-r- t to pilrontll Mr nnd Mr so nt tliB ( rnh d Hanatorlum . 13 'and funilly. Mccreary- .- iin May. This new hotino la larcely tno nourncH nome Sl Ml l.lzzlo Oilmen ;ins returned to torW.n tonrh of rhrnn.atlMii. ppeond rlrk ciernlor taster rtpronl 8. Itoie lexult of tho effnrts of Huior J. 0, BETSY'S POINTERS: SS her H.uno In (Inrinrd niter n vl to ' at Hemp, la infndliiR a rew daya at Wm. tladhorr)- nnd wtfn navo mov. I.tvlngaton nnd .Mr. P. W. Carter, Ikt ltcr, Mr. Will Porter. i The ltK(.nfii!enty of n'an henta a'l ir ami l " HlllRhur? trou f.wtxvillo luiuw) Mr. nnil Mr. R. II. AldrldKo, of Tieur Pmkuvllln with hla imr.ni. 36 Ilnllard Kd CO year, nnd MrH ho nys n woman cannot use n SZ ll wf vtllr formerly of this ilnro Mih. I.. (' How a rcnpcctcd cltlr.en of this community, kntwmer and In thp next brtnth saya MIh Anna .TtfnrtlH. of Danlllo, l ''Sdherry nnd wife, of Mnco'n nneiit ZZf v ere eiiortn of Mr. and Mm. Will knorts more about fciixklnj; tiin tho kiipm of hpr alsmr, Mnt. W. P. 'w days visiting frier it .ind van found dead near his ham ovcra 2 Htor thin wfcJ. n master tarpester ..,. i. v.... . Tke West knock i nci, i MImoh .lulln Trillin r.nnonc, ol 'Iln- - IIik ImiiRH. in i . mit i ' " ' knoff "rc Cott ami Mrs. llol.au Campbell and 'Tf, ln1 fi"rf t,olcman Mr. ZS'intcr wero gupMt of friend liore Mr. and Mr. W K. rriumtrn mU A,,ft Aicorn of llustonvlllp. tho i,tiow storm or thu night hfor who have price knocked riwn to week SfthtB us with ndathen sS DuJri Joscjili .MnRoo, of Cniti'Ortli- SHiidnj and Mr W. In I.HDeaatr. of lm arrivedorto remain with She until nu doath Is uttrlhutcil to heart fall- .""It tkf smllet jwrte. Mr. T. Manuel, has ure. lie leaves n w if o and some Krown!-,1- ! ? the session. tho el'i.e Jhu'lk" linn lieen vIhKIiik Mr1". J. It. Prowii asintd, Snnr drove are Mill Inn Wm. Ward- - chargo of Ui0 claw lately tanKht by children. His burial occurred In Rock 19 Proipt Delivery. nnd JiuIrv H. I). Mngro. nt 1.1 ringsym Sclioolfleld. We arc fortunatp astlo. low ami rnimiy in linrram. I S tr n COFFEY AND COLEMAN. Mrs. It.nwll DIIMnn of Lincoln In securltiB Miss Alcorn's Ii Jlu .lennle Itnnkln ot Uincatcr f unity, wbh nore ti diirliiK the week on the middle of tho semloit, .(iinin over for tho content, .uid an n vlelt to ills iretits, Col. and Mrs. I an experienced toncber Kentucky L. R. HUGHES, 5lllB KIIOt of Mis .It'llllio 1'epiden. T. W. HUMBLE, W. O. MARTIN, V. II. Dlllitu. Imdon Kcbo. Standard. of .IuiIko M. "D. Hughe Mrs Hodman Kecnon of Ilarrmir have be. n rc elved Announeemoiits on route to Ilrod biifK. Is the guest of her Nter, Mrs. unit hprp .lonn Mr. Keenon will u"Tt of tllu marrlago nt M. T. W Pennington. iienil. tif Arthur, 111., to Miss Julia Mr nnd Yt. J. T. Menefrv, of Dnii- - come over for the K. P Usmiuet Frlday nlghi. IletUhain, also of thai city. The mar- lllo wero KiiOBts of hh parent Sat" ".'I'lr Jil'.1 Ah 'J Mate look place In St. Louis. Mo.. I .. . Z.h':.V:c".,.rlVr-IV",?,1..urday nnJ- Hiimlny. KndH will Dr. M M Doore loft lant cek to weildli.R ot much Interest brre. as on March fith. Mr. nnd Mrs. upend winii' tlmn nt thi Klnc Hotel tills lb trie home of the groom, bo m 1101110 Ht Arthur III., after April I niiirh Interested ,mh- - Mr Rn,i, wflg j,, business In U'rnb OrMmrd. mth S. U. I'orhran. slsler of MP'. In the Titans thnt are belns mniie for. c,'"'"y ,or 8evcral cars a,,,, ls " Knslgn Caswell H i nl Ml Ami i,, Cochran, tlw mnrtlng,. ol loy and "Miss Helen O'ltcar, ai this Is. very ropnlnr with a wide circle of prp biiphIr 'il Mr. ot linnuitpr. to be the event of the spring season Mon'ls who wisli him and I1I1 bride n Kldli hpn lant wrpk. of lluftmi-villi- here Tne date for tho wedding 6n long nnd happy married lire. SomerMr. nnl lire Jna. been visltlnc TRr. and Mm. hen tmnoiinccl for April nth, unlej set Times. ha the vrcbtnt movement of the navy U N. Arrltt npr HradforAHV tile. should lausn 00m,. shift In the time. Mrs Hhahkn left Thursday nltht Ju-- t Trfiw there Is no thought of a HUBBLE WE ARE RECEIVING for OiltiuitiUR, (Jn., to itwt her son, ,jxnniiuniment nnd the plans nre belnn mado for 11 handsorra" wedding In iJImnkg lUl'J n'o. Mr TtitmiUR II OUR LINE OF SPRING TUr. J. T. Roberts and family went on April 23. The names of Kn.nkfrirt l.nnxlii-- ; !.nnhnm nnd TC. (1 Mnrtln 1I10 nrrendants hnve not been announc--l- . to Crab Orchnrd Friday to attend the WE ARE HAND Mrs. King. of tno oltMio most ttwxrrtHlvo lnl it Is rTtaln to bo n pretty funeral ofJack "Yeakey l'i aWo to bo Vnclo wedrttng, and It Hi understood that It LING THE FAMOUS MAY scIkmiI tpachern "wtro her0 last "bp an elaborate onT"wHh many orti again after being sick Ji few days wp't'k ti. Hi'O Supt. Oarl.irti J Slnlilcton. is'to M ANTON LINE THIS Knulre'MeKechnle has awn sick for uttenfrants and mauls, ariil nil gowned Hum '1lwt'n, nnd wlfp roturni-eddlng probably n few days 'but he Is feeling Detter to handsomely The mm their huiuu nt McKinney after a plens willC.! in tho country home of Judge Jtr. James B. Robinson, of Chatta-Troosor the bride i:. nut mii is ittt relatlK'iT'Aiere Somer-bi- t Citex'tVItenr, father Frankfort willMiss Is visiting his father and moth-c- t, in Patents, Vicis, Kids, etc. a friends In Anything you Jminal Mr nnd Mrs. lames Ilohlnson. lor her nnd the bridal partv the latest styles. We invite your inspection. Sam Sloan nnd Morrimn Luco vlsit- MrH. fc A. McDowell, il lhislonvlllo exifimlvoly before the "weddlrrg. and It ls expected that several ii! the ril MIfs Mablo Rankin at Marcellus and hnc .H'on vislUnR relatHi-nnvatf fleers who are intimate friends 3aturday and Sunday. irieuds ii the rlty. Stinn-rse- t Tlmot ot Knt'cn Saufley will come to Frank-ror- t .Vr. S. II, Sanders Is back from (.' I' V.cxxU Ih In Crafc Orchard for Louisville where ho nad been to buy r tho event. They will tend nnd recentloons lilri stork of goods to Ih.. niirttt-n hortiny hutoru Rtiiup to Mt. Jack-i.oiB. II. Pearee as the for Slviv-;---, a.y.eii:nati'' humitnnuiii Indlana-.ioII- und-ira- thu bridal parry, attractedFrankfortS Dr. at McKondroo filled his appoint- B3Lods, Simany. "by tneiuient and am 1 mrence ana I.indsey llanKln wero vi (if he will nnomiKtny his mllltarv glitter. r (MUin PoHtmntitcr Jackivn, of Ieha-ihii- i Mr. and .Mrs. Caleb Newell til Waj J lsillng relatives at Marcollu3 SaturKENTU-CX- t STANFORD, S for n ntay n; th.s health KivInK i.esi'iirs, ha.n lucvel ' "UN city, Mr day -and Sunday. Mt- ,1rwl Xfrv TM.'th.iinl.lnlr .n . veil I. Il.ir.luv,wU,nc , irtner v.n. irenort. Uchii'nnd ( innx. narrard Sunday. I 3 itk personal and social "X'r - ' - 3 1 i 3 5 mr p"i 1H-I- . ..m fr ... "' PrI.Ml .",' ' "'" nltr i 'lo tbr .pn-iMni- wi-ot- ,1- -P nir .... - 3 .7 . ." '" iB' - - - "6ne W' "" tUi h- I l'ls, ( ? I'h, Saut-,1"1- Yo-ftr- ln Oxfords I I l.in-t'jl- -- want in n HUGMES, MARTIN Dry & QCL. i, v Notioms, smmss mml New Goo ds Silks. This is to be a decidedly silk season, in fact all soft materials arc fashionable. per yard is the price for bordered foulard. These goods are very wide and requires only 6 yards for a dress. ew Goods Pashion has colored sheer fabrics. We have just received from New York and have placed on sale the following new goods. They reprecent fashions most approved style for spring 1911. Never have materials ever more attractive nor styles more fetching. The Vogue in Wash Goods is the very sheer materials We never showed as large variety. Fine Wash Goods Colored Sheer Goods. decreed lOc .that the wash geods Vogue shail be $1.50 Per yard for fine tissues and Marquisetts, White grounds with Light Blue, Navy, Black and Lavender figures and Stripes. 25c Per yard for New Lawns and dimity in New Patterns and borders we have enough to please every taste. Per yard is the price for a great variety of designs and colors of Foulard silks, flew Navy and Blus combinations-CopenhageGrey, Helio, $1.00 n, Per yard for solid colors in Nimbus Silks for dresses or foundaiions for sl:eer dresses in Blue, Pink, Maise, Helio, White, Grey. Per yard or beautiful quality Batiste, a fine cloth and the colors are fast. 15c per yard are the prices for a number of pretty patterns in Foulard silks. 59c & 75c 50c Per yard for Wa3h Foulards. The decided Vogue fcr silks has breoght this highly mercerized fabric out for the serviceable dress. 15c Sc 25c 1-2c&15c 25c ?faTrcifatfun4andB,UeaUd ChKk 12 $2.50, $3, $3.50 and $4 For newest creations in Satin, Velvet and 0oz calf PumDs Look at these if you wish to see shoe perfection. Per yard for Black and White Check Blue and White Check and figures in very attractive silks. Per yard for Stripe, Plaid and Solid ginghams for the very popular combination suits. i1" k. SEVERANCE & SON, Stanford, Kentucky. f. i Spring Oxfords MENS' - No. 27S8. THE FARMERS of - - LADIES' WE HAVE BY FAR THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE 3TOCK OF MENS' OXFORDS IN TOWN. WE HAVE EVERY STYLE, EVERY LAST AND EVERY SIZE IN THE WORLD'S DRESSY CROSSET. Sam Robinson, Stanf ord, Ky. PURE BRED POULTRY. For Sale By Reliable Breeders (4 Line Cards In this column SI Cash for Season.) REPAIRS MADE ON White iLeghorns Diamond itraln year 'round layers of large, eggs $1 per setting. wf)tc A. C. Alford Stanford, Ky S. C. I ' Motor Cars AND ALL KINDS OF 'Phone P,ure Crescert S. C. White Leghorns. Eggs for setting. Miss Lizzie Davison, 15. Machinery SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER i Sttnlord. SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES BEST EQUIPPED MACHINE SHOP IN THE BLUh Choice White Wyandotte cockerels GRASS. Kgzs $1.50 for 15. Mrs. J. N, Cash. GOOD Pure bred Black Mlnorcas Eggs SI per settlng Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. THOROUGHBRED S. C, R. I REDS Eggs fcr sale $1 for 15 of Yardi, Imported Coek D. M. WALKER, Stanford, Thone 130. DANVILE, you want hens that lay In winter. when eggs are high. Get the S. (' Kggs $1 for 15. W Uult Orpingtons. 2t. P. Kincald. Phone ISfO, Stanford. BUFF ORPINGTON Eggs For Sale 15 for $1 R. F. D. No C. WITHERS, Phone 1431 Stanford, Ky. DANVILLE MOTOR & ELECTRIC CO. KY, 123 N. Fourth St. it Atfention Poultry Raisers .ksksksksBt pBSBSBSBSi POSTKD. Father Leo, W. 11. King. Var Sale. Double 8Uadard Polled Durham Short I loin Hulls, model nt Stanford, In the titntc of Ken- farms nnd choice breeding. 200 bushtucky, nt the closo of business, March els rrcleand seed oats. 500 bales 7th 1911. timothy hay. A. W. Carpenter, More-land- . RESOURCES; Loans nnd discounts . ... tl7l,!40 20 Yv S. Wlgham of Moreitnd, has Overdrafts secured nnd un4.749 70 Isled his property against trespass secured era of all kinds. TCii. UontlsTto sccurecli- A bargain If iold In 30 days. A tract GO.OOO 00 culntlon o' 87 kcres of land on Crab Orlicard r.00 00 Prctn's on U. 8. Donas . . . nud Stanford plkc 3 miles from Crab 2.74K 00 Uonda, securities etc ... Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Orchard, Ky Apply to Vf. T. darner, Hanking house, furniture Vegetable Compound. f 6,722 01 Stanford, R. F. D. No. 1, nnd fixtures For Bale. Tlire0 year old gray Jack 4.079 22 Oilier real estate owned .. Creston, Iown. " I was tronblM for w ell bred good site. For Particulars a long time, with liitlammatlnn. jalns Due ftom National Hanks address Jas. McKechnle, Hubble.Ky, 4,187 99 in my slue, sick (Not reserve agents) .. licadarlies ami tier, Lancaster 'Phone 3S4 S 172. Uuo from 8tato and l'rhato vousness. I had taH. C. Arnold bought 7 cows of Thur-lov- , Hanks ncd bankers, Tmst ken so manjr mrUL Jones lait week at I cents. was clues that Companies, and Savings J. Lee Murphy bought 15 bogs al tUscourugcd and 622 16 Danka 1 would thought Mlddleburg last weik at 7 cent. Checks and other cash A J. I). Walker of Richmond bought i Jt"i never get well. of friend told me Uue from approved reserve S.87S 91 75 acres of tho old Ihvuley farm be Lydia K. I'lnkham'a Agents Vegetable Com-pou9 57 tween the Lexington and Sugar Creek items and It reNotes ot other National per ncru Thlt has stored mc to health. 00 turnpikes for S0. .0 Hanks mora I have always been considered out of the pain, my nerves nro stronger no I can Fractional paper, currency and 43i 66 Nickels, and Cents work. Lydia K. IMnkliam'a Ilnest utid most product: tx Mrim In do my own ConiK)und S,6C9 75 VegeLiblo Specie cured mo after (lurrnrd county. 00 r notes 3,745 everything else had failed, and I rec12,3a! i5 The mule sale held ut (2. S. .Moore's ommend It to other suffering women." Mns. KeJemptlon fund w Ith V. S. nt Springfield, Tenn., recentl) Creston,Wm. SKAL5, 0W AV. Howard St., (5 Tier COnt Of Iowa. TrniKilrnr 2,500 00 by Morrow llros., of Adair llle. result ,.- circulation Thousands of unsolicited nnd genuied In the highest prices that were ever ne; testimonials llko the. nbovn provo $273,432 17 TOTAL I aid for mules In that county They tho ofllclency of Lydia K. llnkiiam's LIABILITIES: v;ero coming two years old and Vegetablo (.ompound, which Is mado exclusively from roots nud herbs. Capital stock paid In ....J50.000 00 2Q0U 00 brought all the way from 117.1 to t'U) Surnlus fund Women who suffer from thoso disThirty-twhead were sold by this tressing ills should not loso sight of Undivided profits, less expen i.j-- i ses and taxes paid these, facts or doubt the ability of L)diu firm, nil being extra fine ones. National bank notes out K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to 0. M. Owens, Hlsollle. Ky., bought restore their health. '" standing n ttnl- - rtf IT. lintnl Inmvt tiiirm iiitllr4 Duo to other national .8S 0U from Mr Hrnrv Aluholler. l tlors., . "TOII WintloclttlndIcowrltO Hanks roiur IMnkliuiii, nt Lynn, flliuss. Tine to state nnd privnto 51,0 will trrnt your as 827 '.' wive, jy., ior j.iu. banks nnd banker . .. Htrlctlyconlltlcntlnl. IV.rSOycnrs .1. N. Hennker an agent tor Itichnrd Individual deposits subject to ,, 117.923 10 Oilier, dark check c;oun,y. 10ce.y soM Demand certificates of do jack to .Mr rhiyd. i,cstato wrltout once. lour year old Notes and bills redisIfc.'iU Oil Lair, of near Cynthlana. Ky., for 7,000 posit 00 The Jack has the reputation of being counted Bills payable, Including certia fine animal. ficates of deposit for IHirton nnd Mulliiis bougM of I 6,000 00 money borrowed llyijlnger 8 fcood tattle at JM per J273.432 17 heudJ'J llnlnegr bought of T N Nop, rOTAL State of Kentucky, county of Lin to cattle at $17 per head. Mr liysln "I was very nervous " ton, ss: I. II. U uaugnmnn. uismcr 4 writes Mrs. Mollic Atirsc, of the nbovp nnmed bank, do soliuenly per also bought of James Holes oat of Carrsville, Ky., "had swear that the above statement is true tie nt 1110. Alt. Vernon Slgual, to the best of my knowledge and beThere were nbout T.OO cattle on the palpitation of the heart, lief. H. C. Baughman. Cashier. and was irreRular. market here Monday, court day but to before me Si.bscrlbed nnd sworn' "On the advice of Mrs. thM 11th day of March 1911, W. M trading was rather du'l owing to the Hattie Cain I took 2 bothl(.h prices asked. Some ixtra good Aright. NotaryTubllc. Correct Attest: J. S. Hocker, S. T tturf brought us high as f. cents and tles of Cardul and it did Directors mini traders whoso cattle wcri not Harris. Jas F. Cummins. me more rjood than any so dim scctncil to think the) ought medicine I ever took. to gut the to no'tch flgi're too, hence "1 am 44 years old and the Inactivity or the market Cattle the chance has not left bjyeru and traders were here from me, but 1 am lots better a dozen rnuntiiu and all agree that Stnnford Is now tho best market in since taking CarduL" Itepott of condition The First National Bank, INPLAM MATION 11-- AND PAIN Something New At W. H. Hfcgins' in the 17-t- RIDING CULTIVATOR Line, made by the Genuine Oliver Plow Company. It attracted the crowd Monday. 2 I W. H. Higjgjtis. CURES' Cholera, Gapes, Limbcrncck, Roui. Canker, ;;;v, uiarrnoea and all Diseases Legal-tende- R Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11-44 I o izzfoziRsr y " u diBKSS?Jtitt-,Ba- r Md Ourittetd hj J. H. tnm, Mm Ktit rWrui. "T.".'Z !! :;; lOfc llcwniiM Dubm, Kt, J Pwftrv f l jmi.u. HfB. brfcttwi, Ky. Prk 50e ." OLA BV PENNY'S DRUG STORE. til Dregta. I .". fT letter 1 Nervous -- a ft m fa m Have added a new and complete line of magazine and periodicals a well as the latest approved fashion journals and invite your inspection. & & this part of the state W L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE STANFORD. KENTUCKY! $ tS C 2. Imported stock Buff Orpington eggs 75 cents for 15. Baby chicks $2 per Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stan, dozen. for", Ky., Route No. 1 'Phone 533 2 Jack fine Sick Fowls Don't Pay,!! ol unpor (Jarrnrd forto Wilkes Rogers This Jack in,. Indi is lf hands hlqh and Is vidual Jlr.Sloan also sold a nice und Will Llllard Droopy Hens Won't Lay. Icolt to tho crack young for Silver bought stallion 5730. 2 Sloan ot Hubble, a sold a CM I Take 1325 &C?Jt7L I Riiir.er Dusk Eggs. $1 for setting of 12. THE Indian Runner is known as the Leghorn of the duck family, for eggs. For Sal's n Mrs. D. E. Proctor, Phone 193. L As executor of Frank Vaughn, de BOOKLET ON "DISEASE OF FOWLS CAUSE, Mr sale 'to the ceased, I AND TREATMENT," IS FREE. ASK nlghost anil bestOlfitr blddder on. Capital BUFF ORPINGTONS. $100,000. YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT. Saturday March 25th, 1911, They Lay. They Weigh. Ttey Pay. In the town of HuUonville, Ky., the Surplus Egqs $1 for 17. $100,000. Please semi me by express two. Last year we lost an entire hatch Stanford, Ky. property to w:f W. BEN WEAREN, bay iiorse, any lad One (juarts of Dourbon Poultry Cure. No from white dlnrrhoea: this year we Indian Runner Duck eggs from a ono who Is an poultry ral have used Dourbon Posltry Cure In or child can drive him; not afraid of great laying strain $1 or setting of 12 their drinking water continually and automobile or steam; 1 S3 for 15 All orders receive prompt cr can alford to bo without this valu- have not lost nny. Wo highly recom horse by llalton. well broke, good In1 S voarold cow.good On April 1st I will sou to attention. Wolford Lovell. It. F. D. able medicine. It does all you claim mend It to be all you claim mllkoi for It, and dividual; STAMFORD. KENTUCKY lot ot poi'ltry, and more. I take pleasure In rubber tire tho hi In t bidder my farm contain No. 1 Stanford. we attribute our success to the use of buggy, 1 jft new one new 1 harness, old biisrgv in about 55 acres of land, dwelling ORfiANIZED IN 1832. It as the best poultry reme- It. W. K. Johnson & Son, Lexington, ami liaincs-'household and kitchen CAPITAL STOCK, $50,009. house, and out buildings, the land Is Harrcd Plymouth eggs for sale, $1 dy I over saw. It It working like Ky. NOTE. --This firm won first nrlzo turuiturc.bedx and bedding prnctlca'h all In cultivation. A flue medical noil SURPLUS EARNED, $2,000, new, sevlnr machine, now cooking for 1C. Also Indian Kunner duck eggs magic in this county. My friends and color special for cockerel n',m) guld &tovo etc. HAS PAID IN BIYIBMflDS, S2J600 und also abundance ot water. At the SI lor 13. Mrs. Andeion NunnoIIey, who arc using It say they nuer saw medal for Comijln AtjolttJc SsiUy with Satisfactory Service. VWcuvMrty anything like IL People call me over (.oin State best bird In show at Mln- - TKItMS. All sums of S10 and un fcame time and place I will also sell a McClue Route, Moreland, Ky. Poultry Show. Ml si ins over $lt) mon der. Cash (ho prone and say, "My I havo been raising chickens for credit of three months, brarlng 6 per number of other thlngj such as Hogs Dcfteiit Boxes for Use of our Cuatoauas. We Soliwt Your sick, what must I do?" I toll them t nearly fifty years and Bourbon Poul- cent Interest from date, with approved horses, and other stocK, and farming Those Fighting Game Chickens. OFFICERS. OIAEOTORS. use Dourbon Poultry Cure, and In a try Cur is the most satisfactory reran security. No property to be removed implements. Terms made known on THE GPtY GRISTS. Tbn Prettiest Fowls In the World J. U. STKKNUKHOKN. few days lhc7 call me nnd say tuelr dy for cholera and gapes that I have until terms nro complied with, bale day of sale, J. U. Q. f eid. S. Hacker, .Mrs. W. W. Halston. Hon-- ' at 1 P M. S. J. EMBRY, JR. birds are Bound and woll. I hav a ever used. Ky. Crab Orchard. Sale begins at 2 o'- fM D Wim, J. M PttMM. klnsvlllo, W. M. MYERS, 9i T. Harris, great many U P. Hock chickens und K C3atamiM, clock P. M II. C. Hanjtbmao, Executor. hor turkeys and chlckenH Bourbon 125 of Uie Ilnest SI. U. turkeys In ths H. C. Uaufiiuman, Cashier. PURE BRED POULTRY B, T. Harris, Poultry Cure does all that you claim 0o. O. HWotno. Indian Kunner Duck eggs ft for 12 State. I uso this roraery and nover W. W. BauuoXw. Ind. Itookksopr H. If you have no agents at KanW n Umtrhy J S H.knr. 15 Duff Otplngton eggs have a sick fowl. It gives them for J. R. Harris, Uookkueper J. C BJbtni.. Kngllsh Salmon Tavoralls ?5 for IS ttrength and vitality and makos their sas City, I would like to take a hunR. Qm.a. Subject to Inspection. rlumago bright and glossy. See my dred samples with me and distribute them among the largo breeders. 8. A. MRS. S. J. EMBRY, JR. exhibit at tho next state fair. Mro uavons, snelbyvllle. Ind. J. D. Cox, Lawrenceburg, Ky. NOTK Mr. Hnons was award vd ftUm-M- rs. Cox was awarded first twetty omjP six ribbons on his fowls, Includ prize to th-- i boht gobblur at Kentucky lng tlrst prlzo for be3t gobbler, at MisState Fair and first prlre for best hen souri Stat Poultrv ahow. skaidd always bo used where scrcrsl at lilue Grass Poultry Show, I feel it my dsty to gt:. my test I does not, strain the sit, beofiut-j livery year I have been losing from. motiy In regard to Bonrbon Poultry ebose sirring far' from it. 10 to iuu cnickriu from gapes, and I jiirr i uougnt som0 turkeys that give Rayo Lamp rs constructed hail about concluded not to try raising were r.ffeciAl v'tu cholira and any more. 1 got a bottle of llourbon end 1 Hsed It nnd did not Inso anip, the nwucfcruHB diffused wWidlght Every Poultry Cure, and used It according to value bltd In my flock. 1 think It Is detail that Increases Its llght-glvln- g AAI.. Htrrtlfinn nnlv n 111.. mnfi " ' 'V the best poultry remedy I know of hasiccn isduded. ',,, Vo are pay.ng today ror You nre privileged to uso my name to .Ismp. Tou msy .No. 1 lllnck skunlc (Now I have 200 chlcUs, all thrifty and the public or to your customers, Tho Ryo Is a i $48 ot evea S3Q (or cjber limps ind get eoly, and not a "gapoy" have boen rnlslng poultry for many BrowlP 1 short fork The Kind Burns good, Makes no clinkers, tVjM9rnMtre wtntsUfer hut.you cannot get among them. In sulto of the fact Yearn, and buvo used many rerawll JbtjSBf 9mt ttM C e Kayo gives. Mink thry have froe access to a.. big: of dl'ffrent kinds, and liourbon J'oul-tr(.... and very Little Ashes. We Give you 72 nd strength' TJbig aSkwa's Jkyo fwu a sew i. which J"f". .....i. is a ur.j'Hung piarn Cur- - Ir the best remedy I ever Opossum r (W4 , duuble A Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen UBed. Mrs. Sallle Comptou, Pnrry- 1taM cruo. &isy to keep 40 $1 lo ' ynebburg, V:i. Coon vllle, Ky. riTiftiid m U I (MHiVet solid brass, finished Ounces tfj the Pound. Ham etc Wu have hundreds of testimonials like theso, In our circulars and booklets. The remedy does the work .or there prominent poultry raisers Iher, Always One. wouldn't suy so. They wouldn't buy.lt and then Ho nhoiit It If It fnlleri . Dulm Etvwfur: If not tt yam. urilt Air 4jcr$rfa Try nnd seo for youmelf whnt It will do for your fowls. OiXhUrtoDb nartil uuti cJ tin OUR S. C. Brown Leghorn eggs, 50 centk per setting. Mrs. J. M. Cress, R. F. D No. 4, Stanford. 'Phone 380 G. Lan. caster, Ky. vny iuku cuuuces WHY LOSE YOUR FOWLS? against disease? A few drons of Bourbon Poultry Cure in tho water keeps fowls strong, vigorous anil tarifty, protects them against dlseaso and puts them In prime condition for It Is the only remedy that can be depended upon to cure roup, Cholera and Gapes simply because It destroys the germs which cause these diseases. One 50 cent bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. Every Poultry raiser KEould keep a bottle of this medicine on hand. Wood, fiom .Inmes Rogers. This stud is only and gives mucin promise, V A. Lear sold to It. (1. Pott us of Lincoln county a pah of mules tor JoOf' to be used by a Won Virginia Coal Compin, V. A. Lear Hold a inulo to Jamea Dud dcrur for J300, Mr Lear sold a fat cents per tow to T. S. Elkln for 4 pound d 3-- 4 The Woman's Tonic Cardul is advertised and sold by its loving friends. The lady who, advised Mrs. MIrc to take Cardui, had herself been cured of serious female trouble, by Cardui, so she knew wiiat Cardui would do. If Cardui cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Mirse. it surely will cure you too. Won't you Uy it? Please da Having Once Secured A Customer it is our purpose to make his relations with us both pleasant and proftable. Lincoln County National Bank. ROLL OF HONOR BANK Executor's Sale 'PTOMS tlll Stanford, Kentucky. follcj-vin- PUBLICSALE! FIRST NATIONAL BANK, recom-mondln- g , Jt9aat. Pni; it The Famous Ifayo UK WKuxmviucu Mgiu k a We Want I Produce nle the r-t- ln-gl- - "' 1.75-2.3- 5 rJ " low-pric- 1 f,' ..., 15-3- ..... that y - tain. tb4lw"kmkiid iJUo shsde-UdTde- lO-'.- O H. B. Norifacelt. PHONE 153. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. NEW STANFORD DRUG CO T. P. CURRY A SON J. R. MOUNT. SON & CO REYNOLDS & EVANS , STANFORD, DANVILLE, LANCASTER, JUNCTION CITY. KY. KY. KY. KY. The Standard Oil Company UaoorparsMai J. H Baughman & Co. . STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. I X