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The Stanford interior journal: March 17, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911031701_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 17, 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. r Vw1? i vf'9).Trfi'm ti5 ' VOLUME XXXVIII. The Stanford Interior Journal NO. 21. 9 AND FRIDAY. 8TANF0RD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY MARCH 17, 1911. EVERY TUESDAY DIADEM LODGE EUBANK Major Isaac Shelby COAL MINERS AT WORK AT M'KINNEY EXPERT SINK 8HAFT TO Biying Tobacco Again S, W. P. KINCAID PAYS 6 TO 8 CENTS BRODHEAD 1. Frith who has been very sick for 8otn time Is roported bettor Charloy Hurt third trick operator at tho telegraph office hero Is taking a fow days ofL Ilrnck Durham Is filling tho place. John Pike of Lebanon was visiting homcfolks here last week. W H 8owder Is getting along nicely with his now resldenco nnd will have It ready ror occupancy soon. J. W Rider or ML Vernon represent Ing the It. M. K. wholesale flour nnd feed company or Livingston wrti hero talking shlpstiuf to our merchants Monday. J. O. Frith Is greatly Improving the looks of his property Just south of tne Hotel building by filling In nnd soaaing tne low places. A Mr. Ward formerly of London but now of Sonora has located his family here and at present are occupy mg tn0 I'rotnroo property. Mr. Ward will likely purchaso a rarm near this POST OFFICE TO ISJIOSTESS TODAY DI8TRICT CONVENTION OF THE KNIOHT8 OF PYTHIAS TO A8- SEMDLE THIS AFTERNOON fall" to " Preachcisvllle March 1G Much Interest Is being mnnlfestcn Mr W. II. Cummins, tho poitmns-le- r In the McKlnncy ecctlcn over the at Preachcrsvllle, nas received formal notification from the departtests which nro being made or the ment at Washington City to tho efcoal mine which hns been opened up fect that the office at this placo Is to on tho tnrm of Mr K. L. Tanner. Two bo discontinued March 31, and his reexperts hnve been engaged in drilling signation will be accepted at that deep Into tho hill whero tho vein was time. It Is nut known what disposition tho authorities will mako of this found, and It Is oxicted that It will matter. Desldes tho proposition for bo lenrned positively this week wheth a rural routn out of Crab Orchard to er tho diameter of the coal Is such .serve this place, wc hear some talk KING'S MOUNTAIN of continuing tho route No. 4, Stanford thnt It will pay for further developdown the Crab Orchard pike to Drako's ment of the mine. Crook or thereabouts and double back The experts, who were secured to Mr. M. O. Murphy was ordained to tho ministry at Pleasant Point Ilnn-tU- t come to Lincoln directly from practibetore leaving Prencbersvlllo Tor Stanchurch Saturday thc 11th. Dro. ford. Our people Rare enjoyed tho cal conl mining, struck Into tho hill Vlowj Camp Dick 161, Uryants-vlllbenefit of n dally mall service since it few hundred Tret from wliere tno Jones of Stanford preached the or- place. April 0th 1883. lllchruond; Norninl City 1G:. first opening was made, and unii a dination sermon, which O. was hlghlv Mr. Frank Brooks our former marllr. W. Tllford of Tnleves entered tho corn crib of lilosiom 223, Crnb Orchnrd. shalt so n' to strike directly Into complimented, shnl who has been confined to his The Mg feature of tho gathering whrt should he the heart of the vein KubankJ, delivered the charge, which room ror screral weeks with rheuma 3am J. Harris, the Drnke's Creek farInstructive and touching. They my that all Indications point a wab very presented tho HIble In a tism w aro glad to learn Is slowly mer Sunday night and helped themvlll bo tto banquet at tho opora A rain was In progress at tho house tonWht, when the knights nnd probable strike of a very rich vein Hro. Noel very befitting mannci. Tho ordlnn-tlo- Improving and will soon bo out again. selves. their entry nnd ceased (tilling or rue!, nnd If this Is the remit of tho their ladleii fair will sit down to a Farmers nro Liking ndvntitago or the rime of Is said to havo been tho nicest they left which caused their feast of reason and now of soul as work, preparations will be made nt In this part cprlug weithor nnd working early nnd before best over on leaving to be plain enough well on bountiful Rood things for tho (lovernnr Shelby's orlglnnl homestead once to mine on nn extensive srnlo. nndtho country, taken place tiro. Murphy was paid late getting ready to plant out what track of Mr II. took the Host " So confident nre the experts o tho a high tribute by tho presbytery, as now looks like tho largest crop this to rollow easily. Inner man Present on this occasion Meredith Francis of, Klncsvltle, fold "Traveller tIII b man)' Pythian of prominence M worth of wall raper to different Mrs. Mcltoberts hart been at her prospects of strlklnr the right kind or being real sound in the ralth nnd well iiart or countr has ever seen, nrlnci trail und soon round where It ended. outsldu of thn district as well n mem-bor- parties In thl lelnity, ono day last father's bedside since he first became eon! that their wdrs Is costing Mr. established In tho doctrines or the pally corn ns the low prices realized We heartily advise tho distlnirultbcd In tho local lodges. wock and he said It wns not n first III, nnd nenrly nil the members of the Tnnner nothing iM'le. There wero four churches re- on last yenr's crop or tobacco hap gentry to not repeat the caper If they family were present when tho end Stanford will bo In gnU array for rate day for celling piper either Two other farmers of that part of presented bv IB minsters nnd dea- discouraged the raising or any great desire to keep out of jail or retain their tho welcoming or thoo honored .Isltho county hnvo round outcropping? cons In the council. Hro. Murphy amount or that weed this season health. MitH Nnnne Coulter gavo tho young came peacefully nnd quietly. Horn, to the wife of T. Y Shaw, a t$rri, mrst of the hiMness houses be- - !,jkll ,0Cnl j.'rlilny night or lint week on their places which seemed to Indi- and fnmlly will start lor Snn Mnrcos Some hnvo asserted they contemplate Ing decorated witn bunting and flags )n IIOT)or nf her cnusln .Miss Florcnee rnMne potitnes Instead or tobacco fmo girl. A flno daughter has also d cate that thev have coal mines nlo Tcxab. tho frst of April. To Holy Land nt the homo or Mr. and Mrs. lu the Ilthlnn colors a few feet under the corf Both .larva 1 he report of attendance In King's this season claiming that potatoes at MeWhortor nnd Mr Carlos Compton. formal ceremonies of tho con) riirrcli n new nrrlvnl ht the homo Cash and II. F. Cain hae found r. Mountain Graded School, from fl'th nt cents ner bushel will beat rals iJatncs Drewer. Ing tobacco' at C cents per pound Mr. J. T. Roberts or Hubble, and will not begin until threo this 'of C C Rogers at yoscmite. n ieni ..,-,- 'blnej rocl:, 'oii, frnde up, lw as follows! Those who t.i which readily fhowfoiir :iIn --- " n.. daughter, Miss Essie Roberts, or ntternoon when Judge J N MencfeeJr pound boy and Cbsii Is ns proud of It " burned In fire thnnrh have not been absent during last two . I.I., ttUUIC l,n Vlll jli.il-..itt.t nil.trna. nt n nlnntnnln. n 11 .nnnnnn. are visiting Air. and Mrj. T. Y. DAVIS STORE Icnlng n small reildue, apparently a months ar0 Eva Leach, Lela Smith, In the lodge hall. In the evening, the llo Is wearing a Fmllo as big as nj 3baw. core in' the' center which could not Dstell Goocrv Maggie Smith, Dora w, Oscho Frazlcr Is nursing a sore root ?I,h,Jn! will meet In the State Hank & bread tray. While taking a stroll on DIx River Ira Roberts, Edna Chlldcrs, Charbo consumed It Is believed that ns near th0 "Horso Shoe Dend", W. F.. Tru.t Company s rear parlor where a The race for the republican notiA ncr ' this character of rock wns found on ley nrown, Eugene Wall, Krncst Flint. caused bj cutting it with an ax. reception committee composed of the! nation ror represenUtlvo In thl. coun It seems ns though an epidemic of Ballard- - and Henry Kldd round the the surface, a llttlo mining, would Lena Frnncls, Earl Mudman. Mabel Flint, Pearl Hogue, nnd" Clarence moving fever hns struck this vicinity head of nn enormous catfish recently. wtvjs of locar P.vthlans and their t is man,, up or three candidate?. j r Kvhieh "I th" "ea' earbonlferoiM rock, as about half of the citizens arc mov- Them wero about ten inches of tho Carey. wectlreartjuwill: receive. nnd entertain,! W Hubnrts withdrew nnd Henry n.l,d Jhp M?ls ,r7nd nn ?.n "cc""n.1.. no tvnM .,mv tn hn rni .. .. ipi " "" : iiiii rirnmnn'B viriKn .. 1110 u sr. i , '. .tM.f . ...... . ... . .i. f ..... larger vertobne still attached to tbo Tt)ose who Jiavo not bepn absent ing nnd changing places. iiti.'foif .imtui o nuiiu t v uf " mPn aro "wnl',n th,e TC"h iHn.mil iai(KMVtiiiiij i'Q mmm 171, sn nwtr iiiiiiiiiia cii- in i nn bad niinrv rnvrn was obliged to drive here from Homer during'the term aro: Ilusell ThompOscar Manuel who hns vecently gone head. Th0 spread of tho Jaws from It all to him pttUc order Is bring cnrrled out at .doubtless thought he mbjlni: on Mr Tanner vein ml son, draco Thompson. seet. He will sail from New York ) Those who to HllnoU writes hack favorable re- sldo to side measured full seven Inches 0J,f' '"H onp Claude Hobson ot Dunn-al- l ! tho lodge roomr After Iti conclusion. Cook & Sons. "U,"V"' they will not been neither! ab8ent nor ports to his relations nnd friends here. It Is conjectured that the high tide will adjourn to tho opern houso for V,V,'P ,nn' NoJ,I, Lesley, of Poplar Saturday the 18th with U. Jodboy, or ' '. ' V, "l ' t UKlit they were mndo of Icgls-- Tho venerable Rev W during tho terra are: Laura tardy, girl of Floyd Mor- In Jaruary "carried tbo big fish high Llttlo the banquet which promises to bo ono J"'1 they have entered the Perry vllle. who hns twlcP before and Huleu gan got seriously burned last week by up in tho back water and when tho Uie nicest affairs of Uio klnff ever ,nthe H,,,lf.f a great many exceedingly, A or tho HIble. will lead think that her clothes catching fire from n stove water receded, by some means the" held In this nan of tho .tale. Thn nro. rnco' "'KlnK a Mn of three cornered Ited the lands fight ns It were. The sheriffs nice tho party. They will take in England rich mines nre concealed In the hills Mr. J. H. MeKee nnd daughter made She wai In the house by her self when fish failed to get back with tho tailing rrant for the dny Is as followj' In that Immedlato community. Is made up or T J Taylor and W T Scotland, Ireland, France, Itnly, Grceco lt occurred as her mother had cono to water. Dynamite. Is sometimes used 'a trip to Stanford Friday. Friday Afternoon at 3 o'clock. urown anil buslnes-- or n political na Egypt, and Palestine, going its tar ns tho store, a short distance r.way. tor the unlawmi Killing of llsti ana . . .. uiiriuuK uiriiiouin FOLEY'S KIDNEY PILLS Lntlier have Just returned from a vls- - Joe Coleman who has been employ this may have been tho victim but not Damascus. Thev expect to make the N. Mencfeo. ' , Wclconio address- -J ed at Cincinnati Tor quite a while Is not Becured by the user of tho exClaunch went to Pleasant trip In nbout 100 dayu. Dr. Vniuhn NeutralUc nnd remoe the poisons lt l0 8ee relatives at Eubank. Jr 1 D O C vUlt-thof In at home to stay plosive. This Is believed to havo been Hopon,eHe'v F. M Tinder cause backache, rheumatism, ner . Mis, Effle CoxtM. Florida Is f"1' wns In excellent health nnd him flno atv S. J. Pollard Is preparing to move tho fish .that broke so many lines for "p r0,"rn, splriti. The 1. . wishes lion o LuJT,11n'p:il ,0rf,v Conference of degrees In hall of Pin- - ,nHatl ..tm voiineR ana nil Kinnpv and manner i . '"- trn.Mn nA Aauwvt over In the Bee Lick section In about tho local sports last year In this loOjae dem lodee 'L"L"'. "J" . IrrnlnHHM. Thev hnllrt ,,n nnrt - icarnniK nip uuiurr irauo u"" "JZZ two weeks nnd he has rented hla cality. ucro wiw ConiO nnd let tno taKO .VOUr mens- "lo.n.IinH,lLnlhn,J.rCn her0 8,,ndBy After this the banquet will b notl'toro the natural action of these vital, Morris Wall, will open a shop at Mid-- . property to J. Kldd who will occupy Mrs. W. H. Smith sold the stono nnnd"yo"'nKr ore for your sprlrg suit It will In opera house. J W Ireland Toa-t- dleburg tho 1st of April. It nt once, ........ our best voune taa you nny more tlvw the Inexpert - organs. Bhugars and Tanner, smoke stack and boiler of the old wnlter . I..M1I.-I.. ,or -. I.,, Mrs. J. T. Pence is visiting her son White's Mill, formerly known as Ihero has been considerable confus" "'r ' ""l V" r" ' Av " "" enced mnn will chharge you. n. l. The tallowing nro expected to ion here over the negro firemen on Elmore Slier nt Pnrls. James' to Jas. I. Whito who will uso " pond to tonMs Huple tho Practical Taylor. Hon. C. A. 7, , HIGHLAND the Q. & C, slnco tho strike almost the stono for a foundation on which 1" . A. Srhoberth. W CO Hobbs.,DR? Hon .AL bur.,Mur-every train with a negro fireman has I)r he will erect his Lincoln Inn building !?, f.0,1" 8am1,c1'1 P. . C. Hon O. It Pollard. P. O.C.. ? Farmers ore busy making prepara- been tied up here. The negroes told Tobacc Prizes Mru. Smith will soon have the old ADDITIONAL LOCALS. U. L Slade, U C. Judge WnlKor nnj ,,oh,0u",n tions for farming and gardening while to dig nnd trey have obeyed oraer, mill dismantled and rebuilt. it.v a a "lobbswlll only a row are making arrangements leaving; the trains to tho engineers Mr. Drown nnd Frank Cash, or Deo St. C speak on tho t0At'.ranC"C,AU P""'0?-Pythiafor tohaccn crnns. thn nasi hCA.' on's ...i.- - . ....i ..... .Hm i.nMn FOR STATE FAIR WILL BE LIBER-Ak rnorn ngE Lick, visited the family of J. W. Drown cnfi' ?. ,n home. Hon. O. II Pollard will granicu expienc,, rmirig cured tho fever that u0 now aji the negroes have, riown Governor Wlllwn inls week THI8 YEAR. " II. C. Brown, of Mercer visited a, C. speak or tho Achievement or Pythian- n nardon to Louis Lynn colored, who nnd gotten hold of so many, tho coop, and quiet Is again restored James Mr. and Mrs Grover Gastineau Urn. All speakers have a statewide ?t.TPln,"e c""1 ""ieone stealing was convicted of mansiaugnier ana nns mint n new nouse ivnn liutt King's Mountain boys nave organiz" While the tobacco exhibit at the of Point Lea veil wero visiting Wiiuuu. sent to'Vho r"entlentlnry ror life Hetnear the school house and moved Into ed n band and we hop0 they will have -v and tck oTd'as "wne1l m Najlor and wife. or Middle-bui- g Kentucky state fair In 1910 waB a on parolo for some time It , Willie Tabscott huccess. in ( wmow to wacn rnnUl ,n nlhas been out Mr. and Mrs. Phil R. Thompson Uarlrr Ilurton hit. gone to Indiana good negro. good one. they received a great many gate an elegant dining In bonoor Of Is coming to Imtruct them IJIad'em .1 .o, si Knl.h.. of r'w . con,it ,hc. fK"ro " n ,nan no.and Is said to be a , nlui Walter Daugh has moved to the Arthur Murphy, Ira ttouten, Wnlter complaints from the farmer and Mr. John Carpenter and son, Oliver down"".!.'."" "wTtn ... , ... .. ...u 4.u.v. . . . ,., Oeorgo Rirrl.. Henry Pl.dlllps am. house vacated by ilurton. Charloy ;n,Mcbaner A large crowd of kinfolks and friends IVImU .i wuareo iia ' her fAlthful dog clofe nt his heels ' Walter Holtzclay wero among thdCook has mpved onto tlreasy HIdgo. .uuvn. v..tv,v tjfor Phoenix Arizona. " Bwrii.fLi nl Dell lelt Friday enjoyed the lavish hospitality of thin H. imd renrhng ror tho seat or his pants J workers nt the Daughman rircj lorn to the wllo of James Dunch a Arthur Murphy will stay at Phoenix iid th's stnto and adjoining state popular couple. Mr. Carpenter and hardest wearen. J. A. lcuoueri, A. U. bine i. ,. un,i.,r.nn' ..,. u..n.inv nn.i shnue. nnmra. were girl ikm a while but will return to Texns where that they could not get tholr new son will soon lenve tor Red Rock, Tankerand I. XI llruco. Tbo Icnlgo owns ltu,wood.i m n0. ,, moiM,.i nentn b ,'UhZhZS-fam.lmitt.i in the mention mndo or ,-- A rew - weekB ago Mr. Thos. nnffir ready In Ume Ior tho fa.r. Oklahoma. l.,i" nnn. DsiHi T lif " 'mil on Main street which Is coramo- -' rnnn ' V"v A barn belonging to Wm. Aker burn th(e who were prominent in owing to tho lato curing of tho crop. county lost dlciiH and convenient. They havo Just wife, leaving an. mnde a flying trip to our town Sunday ed down Frldav aiternoon. About 40 work ol sahnge. - jr.ii imi uiuu donated lior to tbo Widow and Or- unit mini .wuii nut0 Tne p0ara at a recent meeting a"' N0T A WORD OF SCANDAL barrels of corn nnd some hay wero phans llbme of the K nf P' nt Lex- - marred tho card of a neighbor on Mr a schedule of awards on tobacco consumed. News wluf received here ,h.s week ; ,. ,.... , Word received here Eays that a Rpan,h.or Mnnvino. Wyo.who or the cleatn in jourey cuuuiy. . ,,.,.,u.. ii,.i."'.w:i"'"" "' "".' """: " '".. In 19in on ht.lh TVirV nn.i llr. ".. I" " "--- "" (jfil ' tfiii lll.ln ,1 t , a.- - lino firlir,l nf thn hnmn Lstner jiiurpny aaiuruuy ana Miiuiiui tnniinirri iiiiii .",". ' Mie told Dr King's Now Life sourl. of Jack Dutts. who loft Lincoln ley tobacco, making two extra classes nf p v. ninnitenRhrin near Stanford m lonniu morK ' ngo jor 1'ills lad cured her or olntlnnu kid- - county about twenty cars . nich". The llHt of Pivt CI nntellors Is ns ne,. trouble, nnd mndc her feM like tho west He was a son or Mr. John ..ilIs? 911" n jylor I. the guest o' pon which premiums will bo gUenl The Infant daughter or Mr and Mrs. f h ""n. !, rt,e?..tll?',lt, ' nilows A. C Sine, I l llruco. J S. a new woman." Easy but ... romo- - Dutts. of Highland and a prominent V. Drown died or pneumonia bun-Wthis year. These classes aro open to ba'ek"Vo 'carrflVd' coi.nty and 1 p Wearen. II C Wn". C V. IMn ,nkcn to Rockcast, f0r of his aduptcd state. III- - biotli ,aJi n lnFa rew dealers as well h for sionwrh. liver nnd Udney tro, g moth-'n- " y JIlp pW(J of farmers, the condl- - burial. ,l be nWo ...... Tte W. II Wnoren, OHam Cnstello. nil- - iiiiv i. i hi rvni va iinir nun ill i left .o ..atteml i"'u- -rniierf.l w. Mr "' .. uays. nons oi oniry oeing tne sarao as nercI K IliiiiHlni' in. W ft llannon. J L. Storo M. O. Kennedy Is nt Dryantsvlllo .,, (,s the StrtkOK Kmv nnd s Mnprf Un,u ,B nn 1h A. C. Hill. J. --N Meiipfp" Jr, invoicing a stock of goods which he : luiuie. DutU is survived by his wife and sev iilir- from M. 0 Surks for $?7.00 list. Sir Kennedy 0 I" KkIIIc.J. II Mtler. It. T. llruco. takes In a eral children. premium list in jyu iouicco and excellent few day Andy (Ilsler nnd (leorgo Walls with vlsltlnt? her mother, Ml. wiro leave hero WednesA' Hnut Jr.. J. F. Cummins, J C Sudden Freeze b adopted and published later, day much to tho regret or every one. their families liae mocd near Lex- Mr. Funnlo Carey llenary. W II. Mueller, P. L. Deck. ington. CO AT IT RIGHT. Mr and Mrs. (?. W. Gaines wore .Following Is tho premium list. Hurley heir place vlll lie hard to fill as Mrs J N. Ireland, T W. rennlngtin. IFA. - Young has moved Into the tnegue.UK oi .Mrs. J. . uee aununy. I miun-aThe tolnl membershln Is FOLLOWS ONE OF THE MEANEST louaeco or tDo crop 0I JJl10' sfn,nIes Kennedy was a good worker in church I). It. Adams'. Horn, to the wiro or S P. Wngner.l Friend, and Nel.hbors In Stanford Wnlls houso near Adams havo mo;, DAYS IN MARCH. HO Tho proaent offlcors areto contain twelve regular sized hands. and Sunday school while Mlko Is a Will and Dormer .4 flno baby boy good neighbor nnd most obliging, (leorgo Uurdotto Chancellor Com- - . Will Show You How. Deiln Falconborry has been the Red leaf ed to nanvlllo to work on the Q &C. $20 $W t reaoy at all times to do a favor Wo Miss iinndor, (let nt the root of tho trouble. Alter one of the meanest days ever Herman Heed who na' been learn- ,;ucbt or Miss Fsl her Caldwell. bright leaf J20 J 10 ti commend them to the good neoplo of John Moeks. Vice Cbancol'or; fm.n j March, the thermometer took Rubbing an nchlng back may re. ing the barbers trad- under Mr. Mor Chrence Dunn or tho Q. & C. spent I. 20 10 U Dryantvllle. . midden drop Wednesday night nnd Robert Ilurdetle. Prelate; ris Wall nt King's Mountain, has been Hnturdav and Sunday nleht with htl t'Karetto wrapper Mrs J. M. Press will donate the Jame- Woods, Miutor at rms; ie,,nt ci,iifl UP nnd down innnv n snlne Hove lt. J20 J10 J" uiouey from the sale of her Sunday practicing on boys nnd men or this parents 'at this plnce. I'r'Lht trash Walter Mllburn, Keeper ol records. Whero winter Dnnnels had been dis-- Dut it won't cure lt. place on Saturday n'tornoon In Johni jiorn, to the wiro Logan Wnlls n itest four snmples eggs this year to church purposes toggery. In and Sells: You must reach tho root at It the Dnugh'n store room. named for L.m single crop tm- Her Sunday eggs for January and ... hjne baby girl... .1 i, P Cummin?, Master or Lxche-- ,intIcl.atlon ot the balm springtime Sidneys I vi,vm "na mn,M lu February wero 29 dozen and sold at .il'. .lltllKllltk H.IIISI. ...no ho nt the tracing Red leaf, Drlght . wco:t to A imlf, blow nil day Wednesday and Hill l,lpr? nn,.v nu Co rlrln at It: 'Science or herlast mother who uieu cents', being an average price of 15 W. Ireland, Mnster of Work; nged QCQID J. bedside OA77 AftO raised to much dust off the cltv street I rOUDieS leaf. aniost four dollar J for two months, Reach the cause, relievo tho pain. yesterday. She was accompanied by Cuard II. 1! Coffey; many In the country thought n Inner thnt and at this rate will amount to somewidm- - nnd They cure.- too. so Stanford people, her two . sons Eddie nnd Froddlo. Outer (lunrd, W. II. Hlgglns; me li'iu oi siiioko was uniiKiug thing like S25 for tbo year. If a tenth . . Yieid to Zemo. $10 bright trash Tho Trustees of the lodgo nro J. W. cuy nnd telephoned to town to learn 8 John Sidres n.fi just rciurneu irom n' of the poultry women wero tn dbtbls, . to his dauettor Mrs. Iirynnt nt was lel.tnd. C K. Tate and II. T. llruco. .u where the tiro a lot of church lndebtnoss would bo ' SOME SPORTS IN MADISON. y1' ' Someret. Tho meitborjilp U iiide up of Karmem who planted clou-- r oirlr , canceled. t Minnie A CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION j o.. Sirfl, wnuer ii"uk" rnnrnsrntnllvn buslliDSH nlld' erofef- - n fnhrinl tl.nt tro Biiaden cold spell muiu, .flnrnor .Tnrkann filed ihlrtv Jackson Collett has been sick but Is FO EXTERNAL USE. tloiinl men and the work Is of superior te polrg to coit theni heavily Clover yearn ago my kidneys began to trou i(nich nro viNitlng at isewoii. Judgo Dallard County Judge Shackol- - ublo to b0 out ngaln warrants with . '"'l.1?1?? .'T I order Tho inctitlnB Frldav and tho'st)li that ..has. begun to "curl" will be m0 me. jjy Hack grew . bo lamo thnt,. .,nr,: ''l;,t fOr 1'MOenlX AHZ. 'ml 51 i been quite 111. H.ninhiin-.nh..uin-- . --- ;, ........ 1 I llGir I .. .u.u. ,,..-.- , VesterilnV .... . .. ..... .. , ,...i,i ,,, .toon njiil . I nlfint . nnr . -- - toff ... ' ..i' Messrs. V, D. Williams and , Walter . . . . . .. . .. .. V nt . iniii in-- i ...1.1... .,lh. ...Ill nnllnm nnv. kiiuii ubmi. .... III" iiivriuuiiivici wi-.,. r- - n . t inm- nn, wui piny iiur" .....n I'omiv i i ini i; Miorn ih Ko coniiueiiL niFfl nut- tmvnrni vnrv nmminent 'i 1.1. -- "luuii iival iti n ..i.i.i inn . thing of like nntuio that Stnnfonl hns Thursday morning, i .uiucr mri-V ". vimiiiik hi i.11111. iit'iv, ,,", . " . "v oiK-o- r v. -Sometimes an almost com - and then follow on. night. ZKMO nnd ZEMO soap used to-thut . Mr. John Williams who has been ever hid. .1,. .,l,l i.. rm ,rVj BK'" ? sc?'"' ?f in. "" ,r,nr,iin, tn the evident unon so III. Is able to bo out again. secre-wlu "' rt plete retention of the kidney STOP WORK. NO NEEB r ' " a nnt or .grown person of pimples, mact tie-oWalter Pottus ha been a guest of Uien again I lad a, eczema .n . . " n iiicid . . iir iieitntiiii neieiriv nnir n mru iih mil iiiiiih Striker Winsing your doctor When sensauona, dls- -day morn.ng.by ST "Ml ., intiin lt to " County Attorney Jackson Rov, Johtuon was a roost excellent " Psoriasis, and all,;'"'"' ' .... 1..-- 1. if ;.... -remedy for You know you are worn FOCD 6UPPLY GETTING LOW ON you nay ono- - lne subject was "Tho Prlco of A was In evidence I finally had tho liie win kivu juur ".'""". jorms or ci,ulLo-.-- i. It U now you nre not cntiroly wit Is led with tho claims that this Is tho biggest haul for ." CINCINNATI SOUTHERN. run down and falllne lu he.lth. dav by wng LQnd,cd , day but yo must woric a kmg as good fortuno to learn of Doan's Kid Uuown tlint there Is no, other wash- results obtnlned from the uso of zk-- gamming in jears in siomson coumy ter Crab orchard and Stanrord were spound Famlno . In tha way of n..v. ........ i T0U' Pills and I commenced their uso. oven thoto u.ed bym the beauty t.... stand Wfat ..yon ned . nna m soap. . . ... n.'ir'rt ... The arfair hns created qui a sonsa- - well, rerreuei.ted, the house filled and ln Li .tl...s. with tila iu no iiidv uiiiiiivuiu TUlg' rcmedy me groat rllnf nrul vimrsin, inui- p tut! tr. tnrcaieiieu i ouiuersri. uuu Electric Ultterf to ,kivc tone, sir-m ....... ii. III VVUtV V..V.S.O .W.W m . ,)m anil, lnanv cotitil not nlitnln .entii l nn.i Ir.ln rt.nl . ..w wuu . . '. w... UUll i. - '1I11IU llltlllll llnVlVaillllU, fc.ui .a.. VI .Jr-lfr,.'v.-": !.S.PV:."4 IU view of my oxperlor.ee. 1 Wlioiiiui ulcldy" of uJllug when Mteq- - It tbj best' preparation of Its kltirl I -.ttlko. No freight talhs httvo arrived V, weak, u There Is to be a fredjsoclal nnd cti- , .For'tbt Jfewn alone a, bottle will beneat.you taken. I have rccommoml at BcJiicrset Blnco last Friday. andlt,ii Dltters Tbpiwnd Mens froit. thn hvo tetalninent nt the oj?rh ronse In 1). nouu ne hopi on i"-, .n , in, -- -;. . nt r first dofe. ...fAituthr for 'u ""- . .down l( anh1 nnil 'Usi o nf many HustonvllIoFrlday Marchrl"Lh 7 1 M " -""" r.": .. . TS in.vftnr-eni- A 7 MT. SALEM- . .." I is chen'by nniw nd .tre'Bjfth r,' i6erv bmtteiioiu A trial wmw -- l ? . Durnaliw for tuo ii,;,iH- -t ".......:. anil oorvone hi ih lenorted ,.in .ii.iw.i.m.tii.i mrtt- - oMLI.i irrrat tVQU o urugpiais Jind Sa fcrlv fnr ttie f ,l..i.. ouo..crso of Molcnc' wai," reported 'Try Uieiu. Kvery bottl0 I? guaranteed peopio , 'gavjTlrtht.,; adult tairoraaWlMI" 11V,JT:iCt,WwifB'nt.MTirl: membur,pr tho f.fve orgaild.ifflcew Ijuclngtou a utrrke-visjtufy UUIJ yv VTBilf ill " lil-- fc RUUU IVDUlin havo followed-- Ihalrirfdv as n complexion wtth. ctfubi' CnuI,"r ' " At Ai..ArtauKv Tchr and ', it. n n. seeirts to'fenuive thb -i)ruB Store,. , T Unk fctonodfrouu ' use.' VMM ...... of Ih. PhHallnn Hinidnr ehnn .1 !, frifhliV.imf.tlW cleans ble Cliriw tliaUO hy .t.MJJ anu gl0 ?mi -- . ""' ?l!U7..oJ,rffenr0 WC ft-";, Kor i'ttilbby all .deaton. .ttloo'Jiw Vf--.-,. tab flftlct vM' rwirtjrHKdi f rum aU,ti. No Btouiach dosW ' It o- -l rataVrh Utbo ryrd anl tH're then- rennyu urui. iur ' nf,l.r-.a.,ri- t u(K hvVtn jvuil beHeWifJK Vi6iHi,'st.eit1je3 Oftd 0,V,e.J.."c .......-.- .. o u 1Sll.febf.(by broathh. ,l!rqmo. It'IllV1' thji ftteter- - Mllbimt Co". . DurraJo.fJevilViW-miootl- . .niin . . .,. .... ,. , .r,f ;,., .- ,.. ,1.. lo. . iuun ... child . 1. Vllix,. Rnrtlo nmt Knnnln "iliulilov music Ulld a debate, iVVfry ' Hliber i.,i -i- nw.-.. wist.-y- om '""i soio rkuuib iwr i"0 uiiiiou u,., -in synipatny wun Junius nuu.(ii,-n.-- r though everyoilO n f.c tint lie today and keen It 110 enrolled m extra bottles If with last ulr tini to if ix nt nnd week friends Miss M ' n r whoD, bas beenurged to to p-on cU be nomouiber tho namo .loan's mid 111 t!la hriitve htrlkers, but thcro hns been no Complete outfit II, L, I'euuy guaran- thu V Ca Q here other Huyd Mrs Clara D, Traylor of lawlessness, so far there needed 50 cents, Hhturiii-nnil Tnnner nQ othef overt net fore 7 30 I M or at McKlnnoy Stanford will bo one nig rnstlo hnll of the Knights of I'ythdM to-I day nnd tonight, when the District ContenmJvVXvy tion of the order will delo' hero, comene nates being present from tho following lodge which comprise the district: Uarrard 2, Incaster; lvanhoe 4$, Winchester; Pilot 8, Ford; Diadem 81 Htnnfonl; Paint l.tck 123, I'alnt Lick; liitlll 169. Irvine, Mndlson ICO, Vol-q111- iW.l M-- y o; Farmers nro plowing nnd hnrrowlng PA8SE8 AWAY AT HI3 HOME IN In this Tlclnlty getting rendy lor plant THI8 COUNTY. Inf corn nnd sowing oats nnd making garden. Nows was received hero WednesHorn, to the wife AlntandY (Sour-le- y day of tho death at his homo "Arca dia" of Majop Isaac Shelby, grandn fine boy March 3th. (lov. Isaac Shelby, the llrst Mrs Ida Wheeldon of Huhnnks Is son of Covernor of Kentucky, which rrcurred isltlng her uncle Mr Sam Illshop shortly after noon, after n short who lives near Morcland, nss Malor Shelby wns ho years oiu, Iter. Tllford filled his engagement tho last of his generation of tho famiat tho Uapllst church Sunday nnd Sun ly so distinguished In tho early nnnals dny night. of tr. Slate.. Mr. Mack Williams who has been MaJ. Shelby was preceded to the employed as operator on the Q & C , grne many years by his wife, who Is Insnno. wan Miss Mary Steele, of Chlcngo. Ho Mrs. I'olly Reynolds pnld her daugh Is survived by eleven children Mm. tcr a visit In Mlclrigan last week. Mr, Klmer Payne Is on the sick list Godfrey Dnrdlshare, lately of England Mrs. Shelby Snndcrx, of Louisiana; at this writing. Mr James Nelson lost a cow ;asi Mrs. P. M. Mcltoberts, of Stanford; -.- ..hrrfrnhnh! at,..,..,... iirn Mn. Will ijiwwHI, of Danville. Mrs. hlngsland Flther, of SL Louis; Alfred a call with the same disease. Mm. Florcnco Acton's little daugh- - Shelby, of Oklahomn, nnd Isaac Shel- ter Is on tho sick list nt thh writing by, Jr., Ocorgo nnd Misses Mary FlorMr Islnh Mercer Is very sick at this ence nnd Tciia Shelby, of thU county, In early llfo MaJ Shelbv lived In writing nnd his daughter who llvi near l.oulsvllle, nnd nlso his son who Fayctt0 county with his father, nnd lives n Oklahomn nro vlsltlung him. later went to Chlcngo, where ho mar- Aker rled He enlisted In the Confcderato The wllo of Mr John Wo-Is very dlrl: at this writing with heart arnir nnd mpldly rote In rank through dlstliigurshril sen Ice For the past trouble. decade or so r had lived n quiet llfo of n country gentlemen on part of MIDDLEBURG BE DISCONTINUED PRCACHERSVILLE PEOPLE MAY BE PUT ON EXTENSION OF RURAL ROUTE NO. 4. FOR BAUGHMAN'8 CROP TEST ON THE MINE DISCOVERED TANNER PLACE. W. P. Klncald has entered tho to bacco market ugaln, and this week bought about 20,000 pounds of tho crop of S. II, Daughraan, paying therefor from C to 8 cents, Mr. Klncald Is negotiating for otner crops of Mr. Daugh man nnd will look at other tobacco In this count which hn)t not yet been offered on tho mnrket. Since lenrulrg that ho Is In tho market again a number ol growers who have extra good crops nro saving them for him to fceo rather than tnko to tbo warehouses and pay big commissions. ... n light-fingere- d -- ........... f. """ ii, Chi-caf- I l r,nTr,';1 v'ha for-liid- ls Ll'H "llTjZTvlll - ffi rf . ,'. mi ,, '' ""' vn Uur. ., il r V j :, 'Tr tt.l ""i" J-- f dn '". r. .r - ,"UU'i ,. h. k.. Hardlu."1' ,H l. " VhLh,?r V .,-- 21-- 2 ,l v I.M',0"," .Tf n',1, A t..no,Sir "'" iX ' & wV"?.?" ', . ,. jt uiurei,Mcui i, - ' '"."IV "','" hcr' ' v - rl",.. ."''.'" ..""' :.",." ;"' - " ,,2 ,nJ'.lIVL i"j.n n, I ". '",',,.'," ..I "" 1 ., t- -i ...icr I & ,.. .- Honl. 1 ,,,,. ,,. Mnfimli ili: - - - llcht-welc- ,,". " t),.. 2 ""' . .... .., .i...., ... I r fMt! , '..,. ui .'"f ,... . ,..-..- ...,. i .w...". ..,..... ... .....i. 1 .... ". iai-i- ii - - urk. -cers rr r!L'"L" ":1. T '!"cVr". rla iiU. !!.'Jb ::.,.' '- r C""t "T7. wn ha,t Bc-ci- r..i. rn tor rSjS- -l " ... ... ur" "i -r". J? v.u.. . .... iaBLi-u- " . ..'. ?WWLJr,uWrmZZ& food-ltulfs . cn U'ey ,, 1 Bi ge iii.t. ejtd. .i.i. i,.,ii. !' he-n- ter ,M.,. :rs?ffli?2rr'K ""'. rtffiOTH:,...'.'.... "r". A,!SSnf bs ...i",i i'Hnuci. in.t ' "'" irr ""(NV.V ' -- 1 a iud., .,.,. .,. ,kliindmig .'aPK? ,"!' t1 .... . ". Hs. ' V '".-- rRXffiWff. Mi'nV lr.shuar. i8 u 1 f FRIDAY MARCH 17, 1811. THK STANFORD. KENTWCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL A DREADFUL piluclpal as tho Hamlltonlan altitude Crab Orchard that trusteeship in government had better he administered by thoso who O HAVE ANOTHER CLEVER HME Established 1872 had tho largest stako In tho communt TALENT PLAY MARCH 20th ty. SHtLTON M. 3AUFLEY,... Publisher "This Is Instanced," ho contlncd, "In Crab Orchard. Ky., Mar. 16th tho protective policy, which holds that Crab Orchard , which Is filled with 1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE the country Is Bolldrst which has splendid amateur histrionic talent, will farce comedy nt tho In a comparatively enjoy a three-ac- t pastotflce at Utati' greatest prosperity Entered nt tho on March zoth, tne procerus limited class, iiui i nra nui cunvmccu Springs ford ns second crass mall. of which will go to the Christian tliat the stewardship of any ono class church. Tho play is entitled "All a proposi- Mlstnko" tho cast of characters being Is broad enough to bo safo DEMOCRATIC TICKET. tion. By the republican idea as the as follow retired For Circuit Judge. Cant Obadlah Skinner--men of small moneyed class grow Sea Captain, V. T. Govcr. HON. CHAKubS A. HARDIN, wealthier nnd wealthier, tho prosperiLieut Oeorge Richmond Ills Ne of Morcor County ty of the people nt largo must follow phev, R. H. Pronnugh, Jr. Richard Hamilton a Country Oentlo increasing also. This like standing n pyramid on Us apex and wo bellevo In man. Thomas Moore. Tlioniiu S. niicn, of Ilusscllvlllc, has Ferdlnnnd Llghthead A neighbor, announced ns n candidate for the demo building pyramids from tho ground up M. M. Perkins Wife Richmond Georgo's Nellie cratlc nomlnntlon for Stale Treasurer. My desire, as a democrat, Is for the He In ono of the most prominent demo Interests of tho poorer majority with Miss Kate Mlddleton. Nclllo Huntington A friend, Miss crats of western Kentucky, has held tho welfare of tho fow a subordinate Ophelia Lackey posltlon-- j or honor In his consideration. numerous (Nellie) Skinner, Obadlah Cornelia "Th fundamental questions that sister. Mrs. W. T. Govcr. cun.munlty, and looks like a winner Nellie Mclntyrc, a servant, Mrs. R. nil over. He was sheriff of Lognu distinguish the two parties are nat Jr. eounty for four eani and Is nt the lonal Questions. I havo never been a II. Uronaugh,evening Mr. James Speed present time chairman of tho Demo good party man In the sense of being of Sntiinln.. delivered his Illustrated Louisville cratic Committee of that county. Upon a good hntcr. Icannot natc a man Lecture "School hero and elsewhcro tho expiration of his term as Sheriff merely because Wo differ in opinion. to n largo nnd attentive audience Mr. Hhca was elected vice president Thnt I love n right 1 ndrolt but It Is Wish More could have heard him. He Is doing a great work, showing where of tho Hank at KuBsellvllle, which not Decause personnl antagonism Is we should bo more enthusiastic in losltlon ho now holds, and he Is ro Involved, but in spite of that fact The cducntlonal lines nnd equipments of garcded as one of the mast ablo finan- only man I can't respect is ne who better bulldlngj and etc. ciers In Kentucky. dllfcrs from me without baring a Msr. J. F. Cummins, of Stnnford, spent tho day Tuesday with her sister In democratic circles Mr. Rhea Is reason for it Mrs. II. D. Campbell. as a splendid organizer' and hl known Mrs. J. V. Hutcheson and llttl0 son Hcrvlces aro always In demand by tho Judge Allle Y"nK. f tnc Bath coun wore up ror a days visit from Stanford party In his section of the state. Ho is tr circuit court mado an innovation visiting Mrs. R. c. comer. Kev. Wilkes pastor, of Ucrea naptlst a brother of the Hon. John a. iiitea the other day at Owlngsville which fine sermon both formor representative in i ongress has caused much comment A case church preached a morning and evening at the Baptist of A. O. was from the third district and being tried and it was found that church. He will continue the meeting Rhea, Democratic State Executive Com no jurors of the regular panel were on through this week and probably on next week. Ho Is the right mittecraan from tho available. The sheriff was instructed through the right place. Thero wa a man in go to the school and select a dozen confession at the morning service Wed to At a banquet by the New Jersey school boys for a jury. The officer nesday morn'ng. If the Christian peo State State Senate, Gov. Woodrow, did as Instructed and secured boys ple will be revived in tneir own neuns we can oxpect many who may bo tho democratic nomine from 13 to 18 years of age. They and lives, then conversions and additions to our for president, told why he Is a dem- were sworn and tried a case for Il- churches. ocrat licit selling of whisky. They found Mrs. Havs Foster of Stanford spent The Governor said he was a demo- the prisoner guilty returning a prompt the day Wednesday with Misses Pearl and Clara Collier. crat and not a republican, because as verdict Dr. J. W. KdraUton has bought a he understood It, the republican's first nice hous,j and lot from Mrs. Jane The Interior Journal SIGHT MARKSBURY homo agntn, Mr. to H, J. Ilarnum, of Kreevllle, N. T was tho fever-sorthat plagued his lira for year In spite of many remedies he tried. At last he used Buckle' .Arnica Bahe ana wroU: "It eatlrqly healed with scarcely n arat left." Heals Duras, Rolls, Cuts, Urulsrs, Swelllags, Corns, and Plica like magic. Only 36 cnti e liltlng relative! Ml. Lula Simpson who has been In Lexington Is at m tu n. at Peaay's Drue Store. NOTICE OF A HHIHsraiHIaVRHafSIRB ELECTION Jobnson Speaks loucht n lot of shunts paying 10 cents for them. Ha told a mule for 1130. Mrs. Crit Kubanki who has been visiting her mothor Mrs. Roll Pcrklni nas returned to her homo In Stnnronl Jim itnyrton bought n nalr of work mules for $390. Allnj Kllznbolh Simpson has returned from Stanford where she has been to visit Mrs. Norn Goodnight ' thnt Georgia Dunn who tins returned from Frankfort and Lexington wheto she has boon doing prison work left Monday for Paint Llrk whero she will spend several days with her cou Bin Miss Jennie Hlgglns. mm. J. u. Pratt, of Colorado who hag been the guest of Mrs. Jnn. Hlmn.nn is now visiting relatives In Stanford, jmiss famine Hurdctte of Ilurcln l place. MNs NEWAND BEAU TIFUL Are the styles of the WALK-OVE- m R SHOES this season. Our Lincoln held rebruary 13th, 1911. Hon. James P. Hailey Judge presiding. In tho mnttcr of the petition of the citizens of McKtnncy, Ky., for a common graded school. At tho last regular term of the Lin coln county court, hold Janu. l'Jll, a petition signed by John Mont gomery, I). C. Smith, Q. A. Hughes, A. C. Dllllon, J. L. Deck, T, W. Walker, C. H. Wright J. W. Cocking, V. O. W. H. llllfllVIIIIIIIIIIlB county court, Regular term 1 stock now ready to show you. i Mi A m ; State-aMarg- SENATOR PAYNTER. Scotl's'Emulsion the (W. P. Walton In Lexington Herald.) A frnnkfort correspondent is au l& is the original has been thority for the statement thatn Senator l'aynter declined an offer of scat on standard for thirty-fiv- e the Supreme bench, when tho presl dent was filling the vacancler, because years. he did not want n Republican to be the Sen to succeed are thousands of appointed In so much him In of DemoThere need ate, then to so-call- ed "just as good" crats. This Is highly creditableand tho de party loyalty of the Senator Emulsions, but they are brei o he rewarded. SfiiPtor l'ajnter has made a good not they are simply imi- record and such as to entitle him to nn nctlve canvass nn tations which are never (for endorsement said he will begin at which it Is to make. as good as the original. ouc0 only possible thing that can be The urged against Senator Paynter was that They are like thin milk !hJs simnort of Lorlmer, and Scn should not bo counted against the than a decision SCOTT'S is thick like nlor any nmore held against him. of a judge e ho Id be ben. ator Paynter was on the committee heavy cream. or brio that Investigated the charges against If you want it thin, do cry and corruptionsays he the Illinois would not Senator, nnd be on sucn testimony as it yourself with water convict a dogbefore it. Having been was brought long en tho ' Paynter. knows state's lfl8he.it benrh but dont buy it thin. the value of testmony and being an honest man he could not ros biu bt Aixsmooaian find other than he did, belioving that there was no Incriminating evidence who may be 6ia Mb., uu tot ul tl a, for Mr against Senator Lorlmer, wno can not tetuUtul SMtwCak OUlr as guilty as can be, uut Goo Lash hur. Bteh bull eoaUlu a be convicted except on sucn testimony SCOTT A DOWNS, 4 rear! St, No York as a court would accept a tft Btotok-Boo- Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is the best of. all medicines for the cure of diseases, dit orders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is the only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly graduated physician an experienced and skilled specialist in the disease of women. It is a safe medicine In any condition of the system. ' THE ONE REMEDY which conUina no alcohol g and no injurious drugs and which creates no craving for such stimulants. THE ONE REMEDY bo good that Its maker are not afraid to print Its every Ingredient on each ouUido bottle -- wrapper and attest to tho truthfulnoss of the same under oath. habit-formin- y mc,'cl'no Scalers everywhere, and any dealer who hasn't it esn get it. Don't tako a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine op known composition. No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist who says something else is "just as good as Dr. Pierce's" is either mistaken or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit. Such a man is not to b trusted. He is trilling with your most priceless possession your health may be your life itself. Set that you let what you ash for. B'feK'iHbfePSBlr I gsfL ttf VBslsV lKfaj I L. Ls Sandtrs Oxmb Orchard. True, Claude Butler, John Sludor. Hughe,, G. A. Maatin, W. J. Duncan, S. A. Montgomery, C C Smith L'd. Gooch, J. J. Durham, C. I.. Piles, and G. Singleton, Superintendent ot common schools ot Lincoln county, and A. K. Cold. ell. W. Landgraf, Jas. .".nn T. Mundy, and Geo. W. Hunn mem i Mlm Llzxle Grimes was nuletl- - mar. bers of Lincoln county board of edu rld to Mr; Sebastln, of Rurkeyo nt cation, asking that graded common the home of her parents sir. J. W. Swope of Danville. wa. the school district, be established with week end guest of his parents Mr. and the boundaries as follows to wit: sirs. ii. k. swope. Resinning at Coffey's store, thence Mri. Herbert RrooKs entertained nt to Sam Douglass Including him thenco her homo Sunday, Mr and Mrs. Woods to Dave Sluders' Including him. thence of Hanley and Mr Charley Dunn nnd wiie or uryanUTiiia. to Bob Glverts place including It, Miss Lovy Dunn haa returned from thence to Dick Cooper Including him, a short stay with friends at Lancaster', Inoluddng htm. Cecil Uestty bouent some stock hnn theace to Coaera, theaee to the Hanging Fork bridge, from Allen King at 8 cents. Mr. Cyrus Dalley and wife, narrow near J. S. Murphy's place, thence to ly escnped an accident a few daysi ago tie Fowler bridge C, N. O. & T. P. whllo driving to Lancaster. The horse R. R. at crossing ot the Hustonvllle fell breaking off the shalres and the were Oucbanan. graded school district, thane to Hall harness Rattle coaeldtrablr Inlured MUe Relle Rark will go to Anaersoa including htm, thenc to J, Danvlllo Tuesday evening to attend WA1LWAO MEM VsjARNIN to tne iiorrman Recital. H. Floyd's including htm, thenco t m nut for sever ani Tn daa- - Willie Rontons Including him, thenco A special Medicine For Kldnv All txoaile ta Richard Scud4er's Including htm. mswbj; Mtaay aa4 ahuMcr Ment. taaslatug from years of railroading Geo theace to Geo. McKlnney's place ln Many elderly people have found In St, Fart Wayae. eluding it thence to J. S. Mobley InK. Bell 6M Thlr aaaay yars a- eanawaaor cm cluding him, thense to and crossing Foley's Kidney Remedy a quick relief ... says: "Tweaty tt. NIkl Plat. Ha asy Hdnay railroad C. N. O. T. P. R. R. near and permanently benefit from kidney years of railroading left nnd larrihta rendition. Thfcre was a un- - James Yocum, thence with the Green ing bladder nllmects and from annoy urinary Irrcmihritles due to ad tnual pain acros.8 my back ami hips' river pike to the beginning. aad mv kldaeys gave ate suaa oisitpor . And It appearing to the court that vanclng years. Isaac N. Regan. Farmv VtiflfiHnc wtmn il. -- ai.n r pMnfui i got a'.H of the said petitlon.rs are leg mer, Mo., says "Foley's Kidney Jriquenl d most remedy effctced a completo cure In my supply of Foley's Kidney 1111 and- white voters, residents and taxpayers enso and I want others to know nf the first bottle made a wonderful lm- Ju the said proposed graded toraraon hugars nnd Tanner. t it provement and four bottles cured me 8cnooi district In the town of l '...W. Ky.. and In the Hustonvllle mag- Kldnay Report of Condition of Utcrtal district No. 4 and the side deto many of my railroad friends. signated for the school house to be aaa Taaaar. on tho common school house grounds ThiLincilnC.uitfy in McKlnaey, Ky.. and It rurther apNalimal Bank DIGNITY DARE pearing that a majority of the trusat Stanford in tho State of Kentucky tees in each of the commoa school Nominated In the Chronicle's Saddle districts embraced in wholo or part at the close of business March 7th graded common 1911. Horse Futurity Stake 1911. 1912 in said proposed RESOURCES: And 1913. school district, herein consented to Combined stallion, Dark Mahogany Loans and dlscounU ...279,.'i46 42 the said proposwelgth 1,200 pounds, the establishment of Bay, 15-- 3 Overdrafts, secured and un Is. absolutely sound in every wlay. ed graded common ifchool dlstriot secured 8,264 95 Kind disposition and colts easily endorsed their consent In U. S. Rond'i aad have to secure He has steprcd eighths in 18 rurupon said petition, and It 1 00,000 p0 hitched to a sulky; Is five galted; a writing Circulation great show horse woarlng the blue ther appearing thnt Garland Singleton Premiums on U. S. Ilonds .593 71 yearling; at three Superintendent of common schools of tie ever since a 37,500 years old wore 13 blues and 1 red out Lincoln county, has consented to iff Honda, Securities etc Ranking houso furni or 14 shows; ns a harness horso and as a model Is In n class to himself. establishment of the saW proposed dls ture and fixtures 6,300 00 He was never defeated except by two trtct, aad has engoresd his consent Duo from National Ranks of his own colts, and has won In In writing upon the said petition a (not resorve agents) .. 9,403 73 rings of 23 head. His colts are al- ' provide- - by and also th Liu Due ways inside "the money, and, when ,, troni approved reaas coin county Hoard developed make great saddlers and serve agents 12,330 37 said petition high priced three and five galted show'edorscd same by signing Checks and other cash horses. Sixty five of His get at an nnd thl3 day the said petitions years told at n.,Pii in nmn court aad Jmea P. nge or 2 3S1 36 items an average price or 1611. He has the Lincoln county Notes of other National been debated In n produce ring na,Iey Judc ot never ;780 00 Ranks ring when shown with 4 to 18 of his court, agreed with them that the pro- get 'poied graded common school district Fractional paper currency nickels and cents Think of such snddlers as he hai 108 60 u.rinfnr deserihea. and sired; namely, Nettleton, Wlnsora, Speclo $12,109 00 belnK .Jt.Tj! Prospect, the Jim Anderson mare. Hey ' r d notes . . 2,000 00 Day. tho Price Herring Mare. Toxle. ' McCarty Sheriff af Ma 114.109 00 Dare. London Dare. Dam All. White that W. L. Foot. Prince Imperial nnd a hoit of , county, be and ha is herry ana-- Redemption fund with J'00!? "wed to caiwe a pall to ba opeae.1 U. S. Trosisuror (5 per ?nhV record cent of circulation $5,000 00 flro of snddlers nnd see whnt thoy ' th town of McKlnney, Ky and an can do. 'election to bo there held oa taa 1st DIGNITY DARE, got by Choiter day of April, 1911, same being rnoro $470,318 17 Total Dar0 No. 10, &c. 1st dam by Welch- tn. e",V tnttn fort ,4,) LIABILITIES: inont C307 A T. II. R he br Rysdyk'a fter CaplUl stock paid In ....$100,000 00 Hambletonlan No. 10 A. T. II. R. will of this oraer, tn take the aense 100,100 00 serve mares this senson of 1911 at ra" legal white voters In said proposed Rurplus fund talilo In Hustonvllle at tfio low prico common school district, wheth Undivided profit less expenses and taxes paid ...,2,736 66 ar thero shall be levied aad collected $25 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when eolt comes or maro an annual tax of thirty (2) cents National Rank Note) out- standing 100.000 01) traded or reruoed. or bred to anv u enet, one hundred (10) doJlara Due to other National Banks. 2,9 12 CO !! worth of taxable property assessed 7B'.,f;,ILCn Due to atato and prhato nt roasonablea nrlc for mnre from n a a!l proposed graded common 6 43 banks and bankers .... dlstaiico nnd must be settled for be- - scheol district, belonging to whit per Individual deposits fore removed. Rrcedlng hours frorp sons aad corporations, and a poll tax Subject to check $133,522 56 'khl' ttOl0en?nsVIOM.OnJnll,!nd J0 C '" J"11" " rftCb Wa,e my Time certificate.! of do- personal nttenllon. but will not bn tant oror 21 years of aaa. reeisllne 6,000 00. . . ... posit responiiDie lor accidents or escape., In Mid araaosea itraoao sssamftn 139,522 56 Will also nt the same time and nlnra aafeaai sUstrlet. for the jafyeae of itand my great breeding Mule Jack BzasaMatag a jrrnaed caaasaaa achaol. HUM payablo Including certi PEYTON, of UopoalU for money aeaaaaaw ficates so well known In tho West End of ha ad ikroaneaJ 25,000 00 borrowed Lincoln county, at 110 for mares nnd uafcaal dtaatt, am Tu stro psara a 4 $20 fori jchnetsl due when colt Is MM-Ing- s foaled or mare traded, removed of poroaiaaaDK or orrcaiav aaaani $470,318 17 Total tberofors fat provided by the com parted with, or mare bred to anr oth. Stato of Kentucky, county of Lincoln orrieera of tha er stock. Peyton by Huff Dudderar'a moo school law. The M. Dright, Cashier of tha Jack, be by Hubble ilrtgnolla and eloction will also cause the said legal m: I, W. out "r Jim 1'orter Jennet. veters in the aatd propoaed common abova named bank, do solemnly swear rejioa is una witn very large .bone rr-son- s that the above statement is true to the and foot, good neck and ear, good school dlatrtet to vota for lira same, provid heat of my knowledge and belief. to ba trust for quarter, well mounted, 15 hands 1 Inch W. M. Dright. CuMer high and admired by atl who sae him, ed said tax shall V approved, by tha and la said to be tha baat rant jack in said votar. Th, offleera of the eleo-He- Subscribed and sworn to ma this 10th Lincoln county. wtll aaaka taa raturm of tha ra-- day of March till. W. W. Saundera, All ara lavlted U ceaaa aaf aae aim. a al alaaaioai at oaioa aitrr assaaj Hotary PuMlc. aalt Paa la rasldwaa. Parrtoa, A. T. Corract-tt- Mt: J. Atssaat: J. B. Oera It aaM. . CARFgNTIIL V. rtauanr, W. O. Walker. Dtreetora. Claa Uaaaaaa aaajty aewt with her brother nt Junction Clf Is expectel thin week to visit Mrs, llor bcrt lirooks. Rev. Henry Shouse. of Danville preached nt the church last Sunday to largo and appreciative nudlenoc. Tho oliject of this vMt was to raise money to help build a house nf wnr ship nt Mt Salem In Lincoln county win. uoonn wno recently bought a pair of mules rrnvrn J100 for tho pair had the mlsfortuno to lo,e ono nf Jt thorn by death last Saturday. G Mr. narry speak had the m sfor' tuno to get his dwelling house destry ed by flro Inst Sunday noon. Tho building wps nbout rendy to fall In Lcforo tho flro was detected. In con- sequence very few things wero saved 550 in cash was burned. Insurance v ftjssssaw A afsBsVBsssssssaV jam aW ssssssssW - - - - B asaiasasa. laVl1 HaaL LOW AND REGU' LAR TOPS In all leathers; high toes and high heels, if vr agaaaraaas5arx h i H. J. MtRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. Horse Shoeing, xa broad toes and low heels, to suit every individual. At $3.50 $4, 4.50, $5 the pair. y i and Wagon Work don Carrlaa strictly first class.. Any casting brok- ftj - t guaranteed. patronage. en, mended a good is nsw. All work W solicit part of your Somer'tt 8t, J. H. GREER. Stanford, Ky. TO MY LINCOLN FRIEND8 I am now located on Fourth street, with tho best equipped stable In Dan-lll- r nnd will be rlad to see yo'i at any time. And will show tho ladle McKln-l?l'?LJ- especially courteous treatment $. D. F. LOQAN. Shu-gar- s 1982 Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE. ban-led- 2 0-- STADFORD W.A. CARSON, PROP. meai Tf)G BG$T J. Stwtart, - in CONCRETING WsarslnsosltloBleaaallklnds as Hlook (Jail aaa of WC HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUN hen It conies to supDlrlne hlch rrude lumber We know of nouu that h Letter lumber, mlchtv few whn. cun offr a.i good. Hut even where our lumber caa be matched our prices Giro us yeur axt order and cannot letlce hnw murh laa It taka t., fln hk a job an kow much smaller the bill la. A HUM, Ky. fur-nU- Carson's - Restaurant jn prasapllT aaa wark aaa maUrlal. Bss roa S07 ; sack Iaam.aia. fast, we aa. Indown to acan raak Wark.tulnc frcra s sajr kaass fract post. Wi t. - ,:'"'" FOILLIF BRO.r 8lajkfWd, Ky. j.ur 'I can nm laarantaa nr.t.slaii. set our prlcoi saatarUI at liut, J. 'gB mfrtlTW-WfS- i i s a. C, McClary, f p MWassLWaassssaaTF I T mf ',,, -- K- crt 5"'" Legal-tende- ' bT' df JneA? J ' A H0R8E'8 OVERCOAT lc called a blaukoL We have every UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER kind from tho llehtout to the heavlost, ATAMFORD. - ICV- IIobm 'I'bone 35. from tho fancy blankot for road two Orrica 'Phona 187. to tho plain but serviceable one for Spflflg SwiBrifs the stable Every klivtl or stable utensil too. Good, of coarse, and roasonablu My new spring nnd in price. Thoy havo to be to conform are now rendv fnr summer ...... ,.. .,,r i. samples They comprise the best on the market ta our harness standard. ami sun nnyono as to price who bud C. McCLARY, his elotUes mnde to order. A biiH mado to lour mo.i.nrn l to ready inido clothes. To havo flmm made to measure doesn't cost any Inoaa kban reaav raa wkn .iih. and Ht I eoaaldercd. CLne la and Vat aae take your moaaara. H. C. WUtnJY, Ta Taajor. J. ttwfKri. n.r.t.i.. rl JL.Beazley&Co., . Tri-lssssast I J LrrrVT'-j- r u llJPtsassaLsjasaassasI asBnsa. bbbbbbbblr1.. Hr : it t. i h j' asssssBHsssssssssssssTmJlBsssssssar JrW UXfmAF: alsasssaV Ii r& Traal AftjifAA &&ttiJr2i&mi i. j U2iwMrn n a A POLICY, you while the fire, aaa wore entering; your house? Well wa Kueaa. Cut don't wait for any such you a looa chaaea. Havo ua policy to day aad raak a jonrsejf safe ao BsaU'er what happaaa. If a flra aasMM aeaaa taarfaht yeaj'4 ave fsja mu ravraair If H shaaaM Mtaft aaaa WOULD it it were offered YOU HErWJSE lue Ttttm: nuaa. BX8HAPfK srfwart UNDERTAKER AND EM. BALMKflft. ALSO DEAL. R rN FUrlWITURE, MAT. w all KiitMrURNITURB or rrocic they will THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. For Snlo. barn and ono of land at McKlnney. If not privately by March 15th will be nt nuctlon on the premises on dat, to highest nnd best bidder. Is uie Old fJoorffq Ulvcn place. J. N. CASH. House, FRIDAY MARCH 17, ncro Bold ToGtt PERSONAL and SOCIAL W. Alcorn wns In Ixmdon on leR.it business this week, Mis Nnnnlo Smith went up to I'ln-lll- o to spend eonio Umo with Mr. J I). Iloldcrman. Also Kllen Scott was tho Ruost nf Miss Salllo BmlttT. John Drlght, Jr., has returned bomo frnm Pulnski whoro lins lived for several years. Ho will cngn,' I,1 fanning nnil may ro Into smno other business. Ills host of friends will warmly welcomo him back to Lincoln. HenrT Bright Hays has returned homo after overal weeks In Hocknn-tl- o nnd other mountain counties. Mrs. Kate Coffer, of McKlnney lins hern vlslllnR her dnnrthtrr, Mrs. W P .1 3 Its Btntflciaf Effect Judge sold Always Buy fht Genuine SYfiirfies unihSenna manufceiured byiln? ROYAL BAKING POWDER Abamtuimly Purm that This td. J. D. Stccnbcrgcns sells, bill Ida, repairs nnd adjusts scnios nt rocic bottom prlcw. See him for prices heiore you buy. Address Crab Orchard, Ky. 15-fl- Oxfords! An unequaled line of Low Cuts. It you want smart styles as well as quality and fit There's no reason you shouldn't get it. We have thesnappy things that the young folks And others the older ones want 1 ) I Martin, near Turneivvlllo. A. J Sulllvnn of Williamsburg, wns hero Wednesday with W. S. Dcnlinm. (J II. Masters, of McKlnney and IIItlo son, t'hnrley, went up to Host lUemstadt this week on n little visit Dick Srudder of McKlnney, went to Sold by all loading Silver Creek Wednesday. Drvqqtsis t.eorge II. Pnilit, of Morcland li I Mrs In tho OncSizoOnfy,50 o Doiile spring city Inylng In n nlco supply of millinery Mrs Out a .Mny, of Owonsboro, nr-- ' rived Wednesdny to nmlst MIsb Kiln May Saundem In her larRO millinery business this spring. PURE BRED POULTRY. Mary Ituth Kelnhart continues to I Improve satisfactorily. Sale By Reliable Breeders For Mr. and Mrs. George M. Klttrnll nf (4 Lino Cards In thin column Jl thn Somerset pike, nro happy over tho Caih for Ho.uion.) arrival of a young son In their homo ,born Wednesday, i Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Patrick of Uie S. C. White Leghorns Diamond Iluslt Ilrnnch pike, nro receiving con targe, gratttlatlons of their many friends upttraln year 'round layers of on the nrrlvnl of n tiounrlns whte eggt $1 per setting. A. C. Alford Stanford, Ky boy In their home lnt Sundav night Miss S'nncy Kmhrr Walker, of Lanwill arrive this afternoon to Pure Crescent 3. C. White Leghorn. caster, Mrs. Ilesslr Hardin's tho gunt be nt Eggs for letting. Mlta Llule Davlion, of Mr. Hubert C. Carpenter for the K of P, Ilamiuet this evening. Phone 15. C. K. (laltoway, nf I,cxlngton, rePure bred Black Minorca presenting tho It. J Reynolds Tobacco eettlng Egg 91 P Company was Nre. this week looklnR at tobacco Mr. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. Mrs. Jessp D. Wearen and Mrs. W. P spent Thursday In I.ancftstr Wyandotte, cockerels. KincaidA, Vbulee Wblto Iter, A Hlgrlns. of UhuRow wts 11.60 for IS. Mrn. J. N. 0sh. Ksxs the first visiting Pythian to come to Stanford. to UxwpwUjuJtsj,tljc .proa-rato a toast THOnOUGHRRSB & C R. I, R Stewart Canon is now assisting t for 15 sal Eggt with express and bsggagp at thn deImported Cock at Head of Yard. pot. Logan McCall, of Tlrodhead. Is D. M. WALKEn, SUnford. Tnono 130. day agent at thelrpot hero, If you nam bens Uat lay In winter, havlnr been appointed to fill the caused by tho promotion of when tttx nro hlub, (let the 8. OrplnRtons. II for 15. W. (Ieorpc Harris. Hu Iliirch Ruehnnnn wns up from Louis It. P. Kincald. I'tione 193. Stanrord. ville this week visiting nt Crab Orch-nnl- . -' I iiiiiiniiiii The official Government tests show Royal Baking Powder to be an absolutely pure and healthful grape cream of tartar baking powder, and care should be taken to prevent the substitution of any other brand in its place. With no other agent can biscuit, cake and be made so pure, healthful and delicious. hot-breads Mr .1 T. Robinson, tho clever black rmlth of the McCormack's church section tells nn 1. J , man that Mr. J. L. Met lure, Y.o mnll carrier, will soon .tnrt a poultry wagon and buy produce over his mnll route from More-innto Hustonvllle by wny of mack's - d In Best companies lowest rate. sure your property today with R. M. Newland. At the Christian church next Sun-d- a tho pastor will preach both morn-'n- s . Tho subject of morn-'uind sermon will b,. "The Itlrh Youns lluUr" Fenlnc subject "RcllRlon Sunday school 9 30 A. ind M., t 13. Mcctlnc (! 30 P. M.. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday evening nt ', o'clock. oM-nlnp W. E. Perkins, m CRKcc$RD' W. O. MARTIN, vrryiwm T. VA L. R. HUGHES, HUMBLE, $m& H I Royal Baling Powder costs only a fair pike per pound, and is cheaper and belter at its price than any other baking powder in the world. It nukes pure, dean, healthful food. Royal Cook Book 800 ROYAL The Indies of the Baptist church wilt have an exchange nt the post offlre Saturday, March 25th McKINNEY RtctipltFtte. BAKING POWDCft Scad Name af Attn. (aSkaKlf . aV MUsi woek fr Es BUFF ORPINGTON Eggs For 3.1 e 15 for SI C. C. WITHERS. R. F. D. No 2. 'Phone 1431 1.2. SUuifiint, Ky. Imported stock Bulf Orpington eggs 76 cents for 15. Baby chicks $2 per Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stan-fordozen. Ky., Route No. 'Phone 533 1 2 For Sals tut Leghorn h, Mlnn of 12. inHIm Runner It known 1 Indian Runner Duck Eggt. as the Mr. P. of the duck family, for e80s. fc. procior, rnone 8. C. prown Leghorn eggs, 60 cent per setting. Mrs. J. M. Cres, R. F. D. No. , 6tinford. 'Phone 380 G. Lancaster, Ky. They Lay. Thoy Welch. They Pay. Egg $1 for 17. Stanford. Ky. .W. BEN WEAREN, Indian Hminer Duck orrs from a Itrual laylnK strnln l or settlne or 18 prompt All orders J3 for t5 nttrntlon. Wolfonl Ixivell. It. F. I). No. 1 Stanford. e BUFF ORPINGTONS, Harrcd Plymouth eggs for sal $1 for 15. AIbo Indian Kunncr duck crbs SI lor 13. Mr. Anderson Nunnolloy, Mcttuo llouto, Morelanff, Ky. Those Flnhtlng Game Chickens. THE GPcY GRISTS. The Prettiest Fowls In the World Kpgs 1". for ?:i.00 S. J. EMORY, JR. Mrs. K. O. Gooch and Alice Gooch wert. the guests of II. C. Gooch nt The subject of the morning sermon Somewet this week. SHORT LOCAL NEWS at the Ilaptlst church will be "Sanctl-flratlon- " Miss Stella Stevenson, or ftowenn, the evening subject will t Ky., Is the attractive guest ot me Sunday .Misses Heck this week. 'The Wedding Garment". For Sale. Pali good four year old Mack Kendrfck Singleton, Jr., has school 9.30. H. V. P. U. C:30, preach-Inn- g mules harncis and wagon. (1. T. A'h-locservice.! 10:45 A. M., and 7'3C been vorT sick this week with tonslll-tls- . 30-Ky., Hustonvllle, P.M. Mr. Presley Sludcr of tho south To MT Friends and Patrons. HavTta.. k mora OUrflk la Uki MeUo. of IS aooatry end of town Is very low at this writ-luing moved my stock to the Alcora Ku Ml otker dMM ful tonUar. H4 UI lb. ha with pneumonia. a w. h1pmM S kMonkbia. vwmmsraS Misi Cloyd Is the attractive guest 'ot room ou Lancaster Street opposite S ar imS toiun sraoMaoM-t- tky b lwl si. court house, I shall be glad to aeo prtMrtb! tmcat malM.. H nwilllt kiSlsf MUs liella Cowan. i tralaW, mmimmt R you there Am receiving a beautiful U nt. with George Riffo Is at tiomo Tor a few Beleu u mm OMrrk M fc MHUtiKMul line of spring goods ana reel that my mm. nt tkrm Msilns MMHHul InriaiaL days' visit with his homeroir.s. IlaUl UUrn Cun. mmiWirM r J. CtrtT It seenn soma of new quartcrswlll be more accessible -- owspapers Obi. U Um mitr Cummlml nn am and attractive. Giro me a call. Miss UxC. Tolnl.II m Ula UMnBr hi nuttt. ha IS are trying to give McKlnney a black dioM to luiKnriiL It m 4kMt m U. fctoad 20 4 Vrancls Vandeveer. hM mucoua urffs .( tb. trMaL 1tf bScr a4 eyo but let us tell you right now this bnndrrU tfolUn ror ur m It feuis te cur. Scad Is ono of tho best towns In thc state tor eJreulu. fuul tfatlwnnuj. Ho havo secured an experienced nml wo assure the oitfildcrs that thc Ad4rt.fi V J CIIKNKT A CO.. TU4. OU prcsser nnd cleaner whose work we SoM br OruEdsu. raiM good reople of McKlnney are not mixtu Tiia iuu'. luiur can guarantee to give satisfaction. ed up In the railroad jtrllce. Cummins & WearClvp him a trial. Queen & t'roscent Route excursions . en CAMNITZ SHOWING UP WELL. 1911. Tho first excursion of the tea-soThe Lexington Leader hns the following In regwd to the wedding of via the Queen & Crescent Route A dispatch from Went n.iden, Ind., 10 shares LOST. Certificate for Miss Helen O'lU-ato Caswell Snufley fctock in Henry Clay Fire Inmtranro to Cincinnati, O. will be operated sas: The ndvanco squad or Pirates or thih city l'ttrnrnrtf P.nnnl frtT rntupn in Tw SUNDAY APRIL 9th, 1911 Special who are getting Into shnpe hpr the Lexington friends will ho Interested !!. (5. Perry. train. For full particulars, call on pennant chase of 1911 Is about com20-In th detnllH of tho weddliiR of Miss Ticket Agent. W. A. Heckler. Gner-a- l pleted. Howard Cnmnltz and Bruce Jlrlt-O Rear. dnuRhter of Jmlce aid Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. Noel enme in on ono rain, and Mike grocery, nnd gen. MrSimon, Harry Martin and Babe Adams h C O'ltear and Kn1?n Richard tral 'll at McKln-- J mcrchardlse buslnr-sv'anwell Saufley, which will bo cele- ney For sale at a bargain, a sharpless on another. Cnmnltz was accompanicheap. Apply to u. a. brated In Frankfort on tho evening of Hltle. for sale No. i cream separator Box 178. 21-- ed by his wife. 2Hp. April Will. Miss 0'ltenr has chosen Tho Kentucky rosebud never looked His recent her attendants from her friends with A double team of mules hitched to n better at reporting time. new collar pad at J. C. See the whom sho hni Intimately associated large wagon and driven by John Mere- matrimonial venture nnd the conclusharness shop. ion a treaty of peace wltn Mure a small cr41d. Mrs. Iiuls dith ran away while, coming down burgofclub management was a the PItC). combinaof Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Roll-cV. P. Hall's Gap Tuesday and throw Mr. A flue at tho residence of Coleman, of Mt. Sterling, will bo tion that put him In good spirits, and night, Meredith out badly bruising him about whtle ho was reticent on tho subject tho matrons of honor Miss Margaret Grimes burned out Wednesday the face and shoulder. The wagon Dullltt. of llig Stone Gap, n.. maid nnd for n whll,, It was thought the was smashed Into a telephone post of tho trouble with Pres. Dreyfus3, he rrankly declared that he would glvo the of honor. Miss Mnry Relle Hobsnn, house was ou fire nnd and alarm wss nnd badly wrecked. MIbh Virginia Nunn,' club the best that Is in him during thP Mlh tornella turned In. coming season. He wa.i in uniform in (Jordon and Mlsj Margaret McChord of Tno opera house management have tho afternoon, participating In the reWashington D. C, brldcumalds. nnd ATTENTION HOUSE KEEPERS, something' extiuordlnarlly tine to offer gular drill, and apparently enjoying Mlxr Hazel O'ltear, Miss KUzabcth Watch ror It. arch 23 tU Mlsr, Stiupson, MIrs Virginia Hn?e, Don't worry over your hill of fare Vil:HJii Jennie Farrls Italley. Miss Kllen Shnnk for Sunday, out go to market Satur- announcement.! next week. Iln. of Maysvllle, Ml s Salllo Hoover day 25th and get your cakes, salads, of Nlcliolasrille, nnd Miss Marguerite chicken, broad etc., which tho ladles Smith, of Lexington, ribbon bearers. of the Christian church wilt hato on KnMgn Snufley has 'asked Mr Mar- Milt nt the store room next door to shall Collins, of Richmond, to bo his Sum Koblnson. Snlo begins prompt'-n- t 9 o clock. bet man. After tho weddlnc ceremony Judge and Mm. O'ltear will envSssBsRasb) acre lot on Main For Sale. I tertain with a handsome reception nt Miss their country heme. "Olen-Ayr.- " all outbulldingr t) Kent's liiends In Prnnkfort will en- Streat, has barn and BJflGSSSaPaslaSM EBM tertain for her nnd the bridal party Haantltul building site for residence. xtenstrely before the wedding. S4'jfl. Stanford Heal Estate, 3 g ras-pon- o CO.. NCW YORK. erset Hurnsldc nnd Rowena lna Heck returned homo Inst from nn extended visit to Som- MXn WE ARE FORDS. Mm Oxfords RECEIVING OX- OUR LINE OF SPRING rn rn WE ARE HAND rl. LING THE FAMOUS MAY MANTON LINE THIS SEASON. -- i j- - im !. Anything you want in Patents, Vicis, Kids, etc in the latest styles. We invite your inspection. zo-z- HUGHES, MARTIN & C&, Ory Goods, No:tions, Shota STMUFOkD. KENTUCKY n r 3 - s 3 riifivmifrmmwifrmYvmiiriipnrmmiiTwmifritrtfrRi J S 's Has-hel- l, rt That Spring B e Suit You have begun to think about that new Spring Suit that suits you. N. 4 TlinsssssssssT Suits to Order We make suits to order and guarantee to give you full satisfac- tion in every way. i MILD, GENTLE LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN GIVEN FREE BETTER PLUMBING! BETSY'S POINTEHS: HOMES SHOULD HAVE BETTER BATH ROOMS THAN THEY NOW HAVE. WE HAVE ALWAYS TRIED, NOT ONLY TO DO BETTER PLUMBING THAN WE EVEH DID BEFORE, BUT BETTER THAN ANY. BODY ELSE CAN DO. THE VOL- UME OF WORK WE ARE NOW DO ING SHOWS HOW WE ARE SUC CEEOING. 'Phone at the Expense if HASELDEN BROS., IjANCASTBU, KY. MANY roaUsm in alt Ita forms. mares every symptom, because B, B. B. sends a rich, tlngilnx flood of warm, rich pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves, bones nnd joints, etvlng warmth and strength Jut where it Is meeded and In this way making perfect laatlng cure or rhou So many of the Ills of womrn are duo PURE BRED POULTRY to Iiabltual constipation, probably beIndian Runner Duck eggs l for It cause of their falre modesty on the sub l 15 fluff Ocplngton cgp ject, that their attention cannot bo too Hnfllsh Salmon Favnrnlls $5 for IB strongly called to the Importance of keep ing mo dowcis open, it la always imporSubject to Inspection. tant to do that, regardless of the sex, but MRS. 9. J. EMBRY. JR. It la especially Important In women. rrom the time tho girl begins to menstruate until menstruation ceases sho has RHEUMATISM always vastly better prospocta of comtnir through healthy If ahs watches her bowel yourself constiIf CURED BY THE MARVEL OF THE movements. bad you finJ pimply complexpated, with breath, D. B. B. T EST CENTURY, ion, headaches, belchlmr gaa and other ED FOR 30 YEARS. symptoms of Indigestion and constipation, take a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Aching bones, swollon Joins, per- Pepsin. It Is a woman's favorite laxamanently cured through tho blood tive. You will And that you can do away V. II. Caldwell. Ml with puro Uotanlcul Ingredients. To With salts, strong cathartics, etc., which Montlcello. III. pron it wo will send you n Sample Treatment Free ir you luivtt bone pains, a lutioa or bhootlng pains up nnd down lh0 ler, itching back or shoulder blades, swolTO len Joints or swoMcu muscles, difficulty In moving around so you havo to use crutches; blood thin or skin pale; skin Itches nnd burns; shirting pains bnd breath, lumbago, gout Botanic Dtood Palm (B. B. B. whleli ru The Inconsistency ot man beats all. FlMt he says a woman cannot use n says ara entirely unsultsd to woman's require- hammer nnd in thn next breath than sho knows more about knocking ments. Mrs. Kntherlne Haberstroh of McKecs a master oarpenter. The best knockRocks, Ia.. and Mrs. A. K. Herrick of ors I know aro Coffey and Coleman Wheeler, Mich., wlio was almost para- who havo prices knocked dwn to lyzed In her stomach and bowels, are now cured by tho usa of this remedy. A frcs salt the smallest surve. seed Just arAll kinds ot garden cample bottle can fca obtained by addressing Dr. Caldwell, and after you are rived, either In packsges or In bulk. of Its merits buy It of your drug- Phono 19ti. Prompt uoiivoiy. gist at titty cents and one dollar a bottle. COFFEY AND COLEMAN. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the purchase of his remedy ends his obligation. He haa specialised In stomach, liver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to Klve the reader any advice on thn anhlprt frA of charge. All aro welcome to write him. Whether for the medical advice or tho free sample address him Dr. con-lnc- 3 3 3 I New York Styles g fc Can show you the latest New The Famous Dots Not Strain the Eyet l Caldwell hulMlnir York Styles made by the most ex- g perienced cutters and fitters in B America. . WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Dotifjiso ' mt Mri(r-fMfiiMi-- cnrjall, ifias-iisiil- cooofatrtftflglit FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON 8ALD DAILY VIA f . jr S,. l - lissYf ill t.mmmmmmm ' Blsaww sssvtiaswSBassBaSBBBBaiaapsBsBisT tlmKatWmtm.mmJ BvJrsSy LaUssaaW.'Sto You get what you v, ant, or you do not take it. Take a peep at our patterns now on display and WlBECJr xtmSiGmwmLSSrmmWimmmk we will surprise you with the beauty of this selection. w Bt a, B. B. has made thousands ot cures of rheumatism after all other medicine, liniments and doctors Rave failed to help or cure. DKUUaiBTH or by expreM, It' PKU IJUlUiS OOT-TLsUDNT VsUNI OOD RETURNINfl UNTH. MAY 31, ey wtIUbsT V m mi mrmjM, mi m H. G. lam, Bali ITMft ffe, Attenlsv VMX rmtmtm aa4 Tlsasst Oft sas ft WmtMtmi MTlo 0lf-- At mt ma WBtTB pa a wmorf wrc. It, IXXlNOTOff. Ky. tttt. B HBsBHPa ' X. iHSmk, lAam LsWsk. vAJaaaMaAsB am . Cummins & Weareu, STANFORD, KY. M fm NtNV W4. MAt mjt WF HAW1F IM B. Mats TlpatagapBmmmmmmuaamgtMMmMMMpm I TttmfTM A IK Spring Oxfords f THE WARFIELD Trlnl 2'M Trotting. Dark Bay Stnl-- I lion, 16 hnnds; fonlcd August 11)01, bred at Village Farm. Iiit Aurora N V. First dam Naughty (llrl by Hex 2.1200, rreord Amcrlcus a: It A, nra of llnttleton, 4yr. re-cord 2 07 American Ilelle 3vr- nnd IS other In 2:30 record 2.12 ii xon of Onward 1411, record 2:2ft slro of Onward Silver -4 and 170 others In tho 230 list. as sired by George Wllkea Onward 3-4 jTOaTKMlh A bargAln MENS' ? -- - LADIES' . t Rl'J !SSSSJ f ?''"" - PsV Second dam Duermn, sired by Mnm- brlnn ..King 1275, . fire ot 1 75 Including ... iiif .1 i ii ijiti iiiiiv in At.. .iiiinur n: At i ifiiii tiAd 3 4, Heir at Law 2:05 by oth i. & I iPiiorf hvo if hn th trm.r niKiicfli ami ueiu uuiuuLT uu, WO In the list Saturday March 2Sth, 1911, .t.i.1 ultonylll(., Ky the 5th dam. Millard, by Albion. 6th dam "ro"Rnout Central Kentucky will thlo,,n the ,ow Ski v-lest their seed corn and property to w:t: Ned by Edwin Forest. 7th dam Udy no chances on having to plant their) One old bay Uorse, any lady Turner by Mnmbrlno Chief II The Wnrfleld wns bred to only 15 rr0ps oer. It secmj that much o' or c,1"d cnn drlvo hlm not nfrB,(1 ot or steam; i uphcacea ,,, He has 12 . P f 1510 either crib 'automooiietialton, well DroKo, good inpienty of style, size" "nnd substunce ' horse liy t ton or permitted to remain dividual"; 1 8 year old cow.good milker nnd plenty of speed The Wnrfleld ' lot of poultry, one new rubber tire Is a representative stallion In nil the In tho shock too long, 1 buggy To say tl.at bo has Tho Ield of Kentucky himn If. buggy, 1 set new harness, oldkitchen COMPLETE term Implies. MOST WE HAVE BY FAR THE LARGEST AND and MX. FAHMKU: size, substance nnd speed only In part TMlrB npn WIl!l nnrnrtmn,olr .. ??!J,B.;S.!n5 SLikeyour home as modern for your famllr as & ice ' WE HAVE EVERY STYLE, cmphaslre fho qualities combined In STOCK OF MENS' OXFORDS IN TOWN. ,iurniuire,uws nuu uvuuiuk ' i f,0 pounds. Ten years ago wc pro-- now, sowing machine, now cooking .esiiena) n(,P.c0 vourselfln a im.WimHn get the latest market quotaliona EVERY LAST AND EVERY SIZE IN TrIE WORLD'S DRESSY CROSSET. this son or Dare Devil. He his them "mo- waimplubwl by tneansof our lelepUano wrvifle ove, etc. n,bo nre such symmetrical chnrnc duced only 23,000,000 pounds, nnd In" nnd J0" nni1 jour nwgbboni can get for n sum that is small ourt,.ied with u,nl V Hn" ..I,'1 1 tor nj to make him a stallion nmon - uio tho crop aggregated tho small! .Jfc""--- " ! ,1C UH or aildw our neawil oUloo or wrile mnnv. His head nnd neck, nody. feet ,c,u of iOiO0OiOOO poundg. The rea-'j,- , 1D0cfitJ' to :, . . .. , londouarters, NaMiville, Tent... lor iuformntinn mnnluiir our and legs aro perfect and when .een . '!' il .T--,. . ! ri i twil VI IUIS 1 VUiliAUUID UVVIIUL" IU nUdl VVMI IIIIUIV1I Mum iiuiD, nuu ttl'l'limu r rni.lllAaA .nnHn.-A- n ..!, Kl. u you nro li'tt nt prent cniot tclenhmiH wrt!n muii mw property to t - f , mM LMm.M. ..-.:: ..- -. .-. - " Ise.urltr .Nonro compiled be removed '" immediately interest you. Our linen cover iiiir Statas ""- r. -.- .-. """ tprrQ8 " """I With. Sale .in the ol Kentusky pressive ion fcouifi seo u.ii hit'- - m ucntrai KeniucKy, was me scarcity , t p i Ijuuuiana and the bouthern portion of Indiana and 'reniieiee , Defore breeding. You will say 0U of labor to break It out. W. M. MYERS, Illinois. KAKTTKSKIStlStiK TliL. A TEL. CO. never looked at a better one I Executor. Another world's record tuia been IINCXlMltlBATMOl Tho U'.irllpld Is thn onlr stnlllon , roRd 15 rods stoae, that hfli 7 dams In the great brood broken. Tho now queen of th0 dairy p,NE PEcES OF PROPERTY McKlnney nnd Coffey's Mill pike mare net. lie niu mi nanionnci a beautiful Jersey cow namea so- FOR SALE AT MeKINNEY NOTICE TO. 'CONTRACTORS fg sec. 1 from cnnnlng factory to old toll King crosses, two Mambrlno Pachen, hle 13th of Uo0ii Karnii i,weilt Mns8 gite 25 Tods gravel. rsey for milk champion to go Into othor business, I lOl Same sec. "2 from toll Kate to fair '.SViUce- - ishereby given thntAblds and butter fat production of cow vtf, vlll ell the following-- property Q3 place 35 'rods stone. Uonfcer, one Nut'KTd, one viU heUeVelvfd by the countyjbjerk j S.ame sec. 3 from fair place to Mt. inore trotting than nny stal- between four nnd flvo years of age locutd opposlt,, tho depot at McKlnney, K) until 10 o'crfr A M.. MondajAprll SiletB 3E rod stnn. llpn n!le. During the 12 months ending Decern- One IS room hotel. Sate? wc, from Mt Salem to Cas-- ' The Wnrfleld is nv inro uevii. --;!? . ,. gravel 'con Unl, 1D11 or ,hon(iM- -, n nd One llrery barn. rods .....i v lf ii- - rnmhrlnn Klnp " "" " ". " " trac r on t o j Vi Vons. of turn er Stanford line 35Huston Brave!pike se., jrniiu - not. i.n tij ............" G8 kj by the Massncliusgtja Agricultural co . e 60x30, with side One. ..,- and vllle he no hy Mnmbrlno P.itchen. pikes In said L.ui.olnoumy, Jy 1 from. Stanford to Cash's store ,3 by .Mambrlno Uliler ll, nam .tierc- - jegc, tinner me ruies pi uiu aiiiuuuij 'ooms, wlvfj stock, of merchandise AII bids for turnhwins, Parties desiring to go breaking and spreading stajmdiirav rods stone. 2 from Cush's store, to dt'S by Chimes T.34S, by Klectloneer JeTaey cattle Club. Sophlo 13th of inri livery and goods Into the hotel business will Biise sec. . tt 123. et must be sealed and Tiled i?ftrt the Hanging Fork brldse JU rnds stone.. 1il1?f tinnnrla H find this a fine location. Will make -- ' ." He' '""" Dare Devil is a great winner clerk on or bofore 10 o'clock A. M., partkeri. Call a Smnn sec. 3 from bridge to Hustoa-vlll- e Natlorn.1 ouncw milk, testing tuuo nounus. u on good price to right Mo'ndiiy AprlL3rd, 1M1, at Stanford, the championship at 25 rods stoie 25 rods graveL, , won or wrtlo O. H. MASTBflS or Chas. An 1S98, rlais 4; first oances butter or over half a ton Ky , and no bids will be received after ' Dowyer, McKlnne, Ky. Rush Dranch pike sec. from Stan- Horse Show Irf that time. Contracts will ,be let to ford and Iincater pike to Rnsh National Horse Show 189S, class 2; accurnte account was ke'pt of her feed, 189 5. lowest and best bidders, and con Branch creek 16 rods stone. the first National Horse Show lt 80u at ,0 cents per h QRIPPE, tractors will bo required to give bond 0, Stanford nnd Lancaster pike sec 1 10; championship National Horse quart made a profit of 56a .... The A COLDLA wlUi surety,, to" bo approved by tho from THEN PNEUMONIA 2; tint National Stanford to Logan's Lane 10 rods Show 1900, class court lor the faithful performance of stone nnd IS rods snivel. Dorse Show 1900. class 3; tlrst Nat- - United States Department of Agricul Have added a new and complete their contract? and ror all penalties Same sec. 2 from Logan's lane to lonal Horso Show 1900 cla?s 10; first- trc'8 estimate in round n imbers ot Is too often the fatal sequence. Foand dnmapes for failure to so perform uarrurd lino 25 rods gravel noston Horsc Stow 1902. class 3T re- iJje Mca,,h projUced each year by the line of magazine and periodicals as and ley's Hnurr and 'rar eipeli tie cold their contracts within the time Stanford and Khob Lick pike sec 1 serve Boston Hor'e Show 1902, cUw cows ,n tbe united States. under the conditions hereinafter well as the latest approved fashion .. from Stanford to Hustonvltle pike to'i; second Boston Horse Show 1903. ..OOO.PUO average protll oi cflecki tbo In grippe, and prevents anglnu Fork creek, 10 rods grave', class 3: second noston Horse Show Li S00.00O,000. of an pneumonia. It' Is a prompt and r'Hn and Lancaster pike journals and invite your inspection. Crab Orchard cliiss 2; reserve Boston Horso jj6,3fl per cow. If more attention wns ble cough Same sec. 2 from Hanging Fork to medicine that cantatas no Sec. 1 from Crab Orchard to G. W. intersection of Danville and Husto- - 1303 . show. 1903, elnie 1; thfrd Bcpton ad t0 feedng and breeding ft should narcotics. M Is ns wife for your chilplace 30 rods stone. Hrans vlllo pike IB rods gravel. t903. class 7. He slreu" Horse show ,ncrease th average proflf dren an yonrself. Shugnra and Same sec. 2 from Baugman's gate Stanford and Dmvlile plko sec. Tan (sire of Prln- - be easy to Beau Ideal or tne pro- - Her. place to Garrard line 20 rods gravel. from Stanford to Mrs. Chile's 30 rods -o- r. Devil's Daughter per cow at least one tenth ccs,8 nelen Crab Orchard and ChapBel's ,Gap itnne. 30 for each section. Farm Trif- nt made by Sophie 19th of Hood ,.w 3.4' Saraft. Hamlin 2:19 STANFORD. KENTUCKY. plkv whole road 30 rods stcnee. 1. .Whl,ft' "iFer Dare Devil. Jr.. 2:28 T, tTX MJ nh wou,d ralllS u,6 toUI to 11.240. Stanford and Ottenhelsa pike See. ,44000O.0OO. Waynesburg Plko Will make the prejent seasn at our PROFESSIONAL AND of 4. from Stanford and -- w, w . larill OHc luue im" to .1. G. Lynn's place 15 rods stone. fr.,m qfnnfnrM .nH BU8fNE8S CARDS ...,... .. B. D Holticlaw ihlnr.ed two cars ur !. f u. wbob u -ard pUo .... Wlik'nson's Branch s.2E JD lo iHsuvk r" IIFinP" ",ou'c Some HtcrS Xros J. to of har to Jelllco oo ikM of IjriresUnnn'a shnn 10 rods stone rods -- tone S. M. OWENS 4 SON, Vli- W, P. Klnoaid. C. Unrs Foster Messer. for $14 per tin. rt. L Same sea. 3 fro 'Boone's shop to Same yer, . from , Wllk'mon's JIcKlnney". Ky. KtNCAHT & FOSTER itonhini fl rods of rravol pike seo firancj, to Crab2 Orchard 'and Lancas-- i sow J nna prgs tor ?5b son bought two INSURANCE Crab Orchard and StBarord oliT ;; ter pike., N. Y Hogers bonsr.t a four-yea- r BRIGHAM YOUNG. Fire Life and Accident from Stanford 'to! BangtomJin's gat Cnrn-n'eCropk and Mor land Camden for Ofllce State Bank 4 Trust Co. saddle horrn from t'ml" no rods Bione. atee D" whole road 20 rods gravel. STANFORD KY. Same sec. 2 from Baiighman maro from Mr Surety Bonds. nreactwMlle to Garrard county 5W111 ,linko the seaion of 1911 at my TlfiO, a gate 15 rods stone. -A Customer it is our purpose to make his relaA6 Bywater's rert-P- t S125. II. also Lusk" to MINKS HOTEL, Ky.. at the low ly a for sec. 3 from Bywaters Same .McKlnney. d Jack for 1600 Klnrsville and Dnncan sec 1 froaa fme tions with us both pleasant and proftable. ii Crab Orchard SO roeb stoae or graveL J'lngsvllle.to Capt. Miller's 10 roda.price or IS.Of to irrsnre Martin ioia Abe Minks Prop.. . :...Mreland, Ky. from D D. Sloan. K New heUI and &U.tIo opposite deStanford and WayneraurB pike sec. Rravol IThla Jack Is 15 hands 2' Inches high iome earn to Kmmett lln&tjr at $3 Ike. pot. Special rates l ...-1 from Stanford to Ottenkelm men From Cnpt. Miller's to Caiev line 10' DiacK -- rum wmn- - pmm. .. Jno. T; Robinson bouirnt Mmo cahes Hvwrything brand now. travelingrooms. Uliysle 30 rods stone. rod stmin 4 rod of thfci uttme o b creat bone and fbof antf ftw provea J at 2 cents, V. it. Anderson sow His colts some Same sec. 2 from Otteahelm pike to piif on bed rock hlihbelf a. great breeder. pike. end..:..-DR." T. W. PENNINGTON shoats to' D. II. AUner .Jduywood countv road 35 rods stone, A rod of stone or gravel shall has njwoys broirgtlt the top prices. It at 8 cents, bought n lot of corn of Dentist Maywood coun-t- y Same Hectlon 3 from ROLL OF HONOR BANK pay you to seo tm jacit ,ucwr- - Claude rtalley at 2.0. Ores nnd Houra 8:30-1- 2 A.M. nnd 1 to 4:30 P.M 225 cnbic feet slst of will road to Carter's store 5 roibi stone. Hand broken stone and gravel must breeding your ranrvs. ff since Myers House fist Stanford K JoneB bought a lead of butcher I'tl 4 firm Carters store to Same src. bn on mnrgln of road or section r 8. M. OWENS 4. sow, at 2 2 to 4 1 2 cen'n M W Lbrlon ttutchlsoa's School House 12 rod September 15th, 1911. All gravel must McK1nner.K" ot PulirsW sold to J. L. Hutcneson be spiead beforovOctober Uth 1S1J. of BovU; 24 yearling heUcrs at $16 75, Same sec. 5 from rjutsheson s AH metal Is to by the No. 11, Moulb. lliMr. Capital ! mil eattlo lit $100,000. From nil reports this gflfng 1" be School House to Butt's store 12roM 1eproientatIe of the court, who may ihn himner horse and lark breeding sold TLu&. I"!l 'r No 8), V.UUIII. 1U.I& a x Walter Illitt bonK'it a hore No. , v"t)rlli.l:H a k. stone. H to be jCa3on n many years In rftts part of 5 cenU designnto when and where It Surplus $100,000. 'o. tt. Nnrtli.ft:i r M. j - or Prito in Bourre ;( $100 h Same sec 6 from Butt's store to i lo.rjA. m. inn mii-- r irnn JHinmrj isi AH thn leauinff suilliona nl.l S Kenil .'. voa'lIn ,i,. atTte 'MO " 11' I lOngsvIllo pike 12 rods s'ene. No.f),XiWP. . mun h will bo advertised in A". "1" J,rn,',,he(, at C cents.; Fame sec 7 from Kinpmlle plK Journal, which goes to ,"r ."" JOS. 8. RICE, to.Spoonamore to Geo. Gnlns' 12 rods gravel nougui u Same nee 8; from Geo. Haines to Inches in diameter ' I.....' r h Riito. at 8 cents. J. ofII. HumioSmith at 8 ....rt mAn crravel. (ienrge ii tr r'lific i'"i"-- ' ' uunch of ho? The court or its representative mar rant, hnnftit n mnre of unino at ?l-'- . Sauio sec. 9 from G. V. Cllfts to' reject anr material not of proper sivs EK3XI Now Llvorw r ro's grave'. HolfrWajncsburt; 'and sold a nice fcelfer to II. I). bought or tuallty Didders must sav whtb-e- r nd Plensant I'oolnt plK. STANFORD. KENTUCKY Ooooc Srroot, J. L. Hutchlns ton will be broken by batl cf iclaw forl'5. pc 1 from Stanford and Vaynoburg crushed. 40 head of virllnjs rourt day from Phono 9li. ORGANIZED IN 1882. county road 12 rods pke to Casey 'vnilom parties nt nn aorago price uf The court reserves tho right to CAPITAL STOCK, 550.000. gravefc Blank forms i eject any and all bids. ?'?IG- . SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. Samp sec. 2 from Casey county road n which bids may be mad be -- M1K4I nhU SHAUh TREES lloylo county larmers uava ""u i HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2lL50( to Klngsiltle 12 rod gravel. obtained from the county clork. Copies seed whmit costly ervoriment with Everything for Orchard Lawn McKlnney nnd South Fork pike of bonds may be obtatnrd at Ufe Combines Absolute Saicty with Satisfactory Service. Modern Stffcty ec 1 from Grfen river to canning County Clerk's office. which they purchabed in Missouri last and Garden. We Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. factory 24 rods gravel. Lincoln county owns a rock fall. J. tdwnrd Allen sowed thirty Wrtto for Frvt Catalogue. No. Agents I Catno sec, 2 from cnnn'ng lactory Hnd contractors will be permitted to fifty ncrcs H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS. acres. John C. Roblnron OFFICERS. OIReorOM. to O T. Ashlock totel McKlnney 5 n: It at 1 per rod Lexington, Kentucky. and many other Tanners In tho county sec reds gravel. r F. RoM. Sine a. ja from ilnsa draaek to J u Uwahmaa. . ... Aalilnt-lS. Hocker, Piesftlent. -...... r - Hi'fi - '1 iriuiiDis 2 nas siuua or uniin. I acreages fully as largo and wero well .i isam ui, o lit D Hlmore, OSK. W. N, CRAIG, J M Fauui, until the HaaglnB Fork and tluib!a lke C Hustonvllle and Stanford plko 26 rods S. T.lHarrii, iona.,t with Iho Oeulltt and Optician II. C. Baufihmsn, J K Cnoimin. gravel. (rods travel. H. C. Daughman, Cashier. severe freeze of tho pnst week. About OfTlco over H. J. ucitoberu' Store, B. T. lUrrU, McKlnno.. and Turnorsvllio plKet 0o. C. Robiown GEORGE B. COOPER, county Stanford, Ky. 2.000 acres were sowed In the Jff. W. Saunders, Ind. Boolckoepur W. II AlurjAy whole road 20 rods Bravel. Clerk Lincoln County Court. J. 8. lloekor, - buy McCormack s and thought they weroR. Harris, Bookkeeper rsvllle J. 'The farmers Turn AL- PRKSSEO 8TANSINQ SRAM J. C CuUnk.. G. R. CdlcnMn. to church pike sec 1 from Turaersvlllo 18 VANIZED ROOFING. ing Missouri Wlntor JX'ti wheat nut pike Stanford and Mllledgevllle In ors In 2" 10. 3rd dam Dotlet. by Nutwood COO, tbo ulio of 14 In tho lift. 4th dam, Tonax by Strnthmore. 40S, On Saturday April 1st I will sell to tho highest bidder my farm contain-In)- ; o'. 87 acres of Und on Crab Orboard about 55 acre of Und, dwelling ftnd Stanford i)lke 3 miles from Crab house and nut buildings, the land Is Orchard, Ky.. Apply to W. T. Garner, all In cultivation, A fine medical well und ato abundance ot vtnter. At tho Stanford, It. F. I). No. 1, dcnator " - ,'"bu, nna on 0,d (.nine tlino and placo I will also sell n Hne ack to J. C. lllack-llht- ; number of other thlngi such ns Hogs erhy, of Woomtlcld, Nelson county horses, and other stocx, nnd fanning Implements. Terms madP known on this week for $800 J. I). HTKKNUKIIUKN. Uvorgo White hat rented U. 3. I'alnt day of salo. tor's farm for thds ear and Mr. 1'. Crab Orchard, Salo begins at 2 o'M. govs to Virginia to run a hotol. His clock friends snv that Mr. W. ranted Wlttt Exewtir's Sale tho Intention of "backing," but the prospects are vory good that ho may ,ako tt l,oltcr halr before Iho yenr is Aa oxecutor of Frank Vaughn, out, I (rPl Olfr fftr sale 'to Uio 17-t- f. d a KlnB. tt gold In 80 days. A trflot w PUBLIC SALE! Something New At W. H. Higgins inlhe RIDJNG CULTIVATOR Line, nfede by the Genuine Oliver Plow Company. It attracted the crowd Monday. vi. slro m W, H. Higgins. ih" ;"" " ."'. i'"1""' Sam Robins on ".rr.t" Stanford Ky. 1 eo-mt- the .. "J ' ., .... "-- ,.,, raffi ..?i.fC.?i r.lr'nL,?i 1 'v: k -- dW .,,. .,. HKHinHEIKSKHIISH rn 33S3S38EB33SgSS32a m0Bm cro-.fO- Htp ,- - . .... ntoro-hous- jpm& r.... '" ..... """ (WEIlV I -"" cl. f men-tione- H l'lhe 5 1-- 3) PENNY'S DRUG STORE iwe8C?- p.'l Unor'an'dPeS1,!- rK nk. , ,J -- mia mm IIIIUIMIUI t , r - rs EEBa&EEBBEBSBESEES Having Once Secured Lincoln County National Bank. Stanford, - d gt Pce nw three-year-il- J- - i z.j Y-- ". tee L& N. TIMETABLE Aont. Kentucky. i- f.S. Vnrir"'T 5S "riro.""?',,, the"' So., "' .i 8at8 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Ksviil. ea Farmers rnhr j... ... "' rm .l. Bnss. out-loo- k Sec 2 from McCormack's church to Knob Lick pike 7 rods. ihb.d Hustonvllle anu MCriinnry ivhele road 5 rod gravel. MiiBtonlllo and Coffey's Ml 1 plko sec I from Huston vlllo to Wm Car-fcon'a 30 rods stone or prove' Same sec 2 from Wm Carson's to Mt Salem 40 rods stone. Huotonvllle nnd Bradfordsvllb pike "V'JioIo road 20 rods gravel. Hitttcnvllle and Carpenter s Creek AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED gravel. V4dke whole road 75 rods sec. 1, ,POJJLTRY,-CGGICE, COA'L, Donvillo nnd HustonvlUp jilkeCO 1 We Want S, Produce WOOL, HIDES, FURSj ' WE GIVE particu. lar attcation to the busiaeas. of the farmers. We cordially invite (tk era to' make this their BANKING HOR&E. . Srom Mauoiivllle to Ulackplke Atone . rods . Sarae sec. 2 tim ,',TlovIe county line 10 ...... uwo toI Mlltedievllle Hike sfe I, from. Stanford and Hustonvllle pike lo ilflcCormnck's churrh 10 rods R"vl , pec nm HsniH "church to MIIIJi!ellWS5 rods praveiJjf U Stanford and Pit Klver niBe aro. if rSrnm llnivl!11(l to Ilaydei' sw'tcji 10 ),!inii"nn,l ip f .. ut Stoek VHssssssWaWnprr: Urn. carried , the Indications aro that tney goi Large Quantities SHOP, Stanford. EADS' TIN The wheat spring wheat Instead. 114. Rhone fi.Ma whirh had enloycd a luxurious WILL ADAMS growth during the warm days in Jnnu-nrLivery: all kinds of hauling, Fur- February and tho early part of nlture pasklng Phtne 173 v.cro blackened by th0 cold weather. 6Hpford, Ky. fell flat Tho wheat ,wa wilted and MACCABEES on tho ground. The farmeiu .will A. C. Sine, t heat. Deputy State Commandsr sss4 Stanofrd, Ky.. THINKS WILEY TH. GOODS 8TANF0RD TENT NO. 7. Countj v in wrltlncr to the Cnsey Mouday - Nlaat 4Ui Muwtti The Kind that News, from Valley View,. Texas Mc v .C- - 4V.OU PffljW i 10j f '"' ''fbathersetc. ,. salt, lime, gin8eng, " V !' Mot'o-iPaclr- HrNorthcd -- sje M & ' -- Ww.-i.- Jkl1 .1111 V rols itjae to 'rraylor'a .- ironi Same nee Garrard county line 20 roods stone J whole roa I lucoln and noyle pllt Invlle nnd Lancaster pike wbob i r' 2 from Hoyden' lw ... M q&UMr MLSMtolft' tvr --..I i. i. i uaor. VI v ei wm mm 81 M (o. ' ; Wheat , "A the cotton., cjrcj.lir, to Texa and all U. 8., so'.is Joe finllcy the Brca'tiiit democrat llvltfp, In 'ho alnte of. Texas, not ony In Texas ho is 'tltq greatest deindcrat, or tolay Wo Texas "people can wcywust of thrte thing: "in the'' larKWt.'fctato In the ...- t.....,KK i.itentjiukY.nllnti ctnln MASONS' MEETING. I Ilnrnln Jd in tulea couinmulciillon on enoh prut uud third Wornluy nlnbticf vault inontb.itt TiM o'alook iniiiuir nuuuu iimiii of "re lord. Ky MvntWrs bo iliwr IWmi w. ra; T. tornully Invllwlto III N O. A I K. A A. M. Mill mt Inutoii Hue. iriit. iiii m. lnt ' s Burns good, Makes no clinkers, ' and very Little Ashed. Ve Give you 72 Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Ounces, toithe Ppun'd. V w. w..t';KC , 'tlilMUU; J "n greatest domocrnt und his nnuio u HOl,WM(vn,-iN,J' W, Ualley. PHONE 153. DhNTUI Offlte at RoW I. W.tS ntinL'mn VJWV"1 m ti JOHN COOK Vetorlnary Surgeon and dentl&L Spflolaltst on all horse and anlraal I Stanford, Ky. 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