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The Stanford interior journal: March 21, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911032101_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 21, 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. -- ) Hyssop. . VOLUME XXXVIII. The Stanford Interior Journal NO. 22. 8TANF0RD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911 EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. r. S. ft' Denny nnui DiiDMcn Tn nrATUiLlck- Dr Bnd DUKNEU 1U ULAiniRon, KING'S MOUNTAIN ncre,i nnd Snm nnd Miss Koto',!? ! being hid '111 YEN 1 I llllililU.icani, nml nil wore Invlsh In thclr!CET much ENCOURAGEMENT IN ' "Pes Is now . It i i r ..., - uu 111 iaaiumuu mi - Puiun c'tJr a nice' pivement In front -jhow-- l mult.aown tompllmcnta upon th0 splendid LINCOLN COUNTY. LITTLE JAMES KINNAIRD MEFTS duy for tho Smith Denny wedding of his home, aftor having ndded n nlco FALSE REPORTS SENT OUT TO mml by DInJom ln iM ftmI othcr . DIADEM LODGE PROVES H08PIT-,n- B wu iwi, Airs, liarry Simpson nnu little unugn-- , HORRIBLE FATE, WHILE lonturcs oi tno worx. Stanford had tho honor of entertain- .80ME DILY PAPERS THE 'Mr' nnd ADLE HOST TO CONVENTION ,clydo Nocl tcr Ellzabetll Igan 8lmpson, have ro Ing congratulations upon "ro rcr"v; Whllo tho secret work was being ii1K two candidates for democratic AT PLAY GARRARD thc arrival 8TRIKE SITUATION. THE BANQUET. turned from a visit to Lexington. Mrs or a mtIo daughtcr In their home. put on In tho lodgo room, tho Indies otjBtato nomiuatlons Inst week, both of NEWS. ueorge iianou or uicnmonu is wun , Mrs. John Toombs has been quite tho knights nMcmblcd In tho roar par-- wnom t00lc llko stiro winners In thoir her mother. Mrs. Bdna Frances. Mrs. III recently with n complication of Freight iralflc was resumed on tho Thoy came, they saw, thoy conquer lor of tho Stnto Hank &. Trust Com- - rcspectlvo races. Thoy wcro Jion. t.nncnster Mnrch 21. pany, whero nn Informnl reception The cnllro community wns greatly T. J. Prlco will lenvo shortly for n troubles. (. & C. Itouto south of Danvllle yesJt i0ard, of Jnckson, who enmo ed. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Hunn were W for th "Uh " vtalt0 shocked whin tbo report was circu- visit to her sister, Mrs. M. K. Mobloy visiting relatives In Louisville early terday after nil trains and crews beMid the Pythian banquet, and of tho!wa,, Tho annual contention of ,. ing Idlo Sunday. Ten freight trains t committee composed v.iu...,i. r rni.vllln lated that little James Klnnalrd hnd of Tallahassee, Florldn. Miss Jose mis week:. ' or McKlnney of tho 16th District w,vo of oc KnlRhU of has John I,. PJneM of Hoylf. county was &oIng north, One train carried d kn,K,ltll welcomlnK Ul0 Middles- - died Thursday afternoon from tho so phine Nunnelley 8ttturilBy ., " . . .. wan rnvnllv rntirtBlnpd bv Dlnilmii: Mr.Mind Mrs, Jnuies Somerset going south and five tore burns he had received that morn been the guest of IfOuls Landram, ot the guest of his brother, Ilr. M. U visiting laaics. ii was annual iu uuucni DOro, Pipes last week. Ing. Tho bright, happy little lad was Dudderar. Mrs. on rriuuy, ..u P(immi. -i. WB1, iraost 1(1 oV ock lug but coal from different mtneo .. ..Although thero aro n number of en Oanvlllo wns with her mother, Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. George B. Pniltt have down tho road. This Is the the first tho grand lodge officer.! and host of before thn lodge work was completed race playing near nn open grate, and his N. Attorney General's A. II. Marksbury, Saturday. Miss returned from the cjty with stacks of visitors left declaring that not In many nnd the knights called for tho ladles tries in tho that has been moved since tho making n win clothes Igniting, tho panic stricken of millinery latest pllal Thompfon,. of Danville Is wth roods. styles Prultt's largo and new Etriko. The railroad company Imn em years had they seen a district conven- to accompany them to the banquet .Mr. Pollard seems to bo of tho statu child rushed out Into the yard. Mr. establish ployed four traveling firemen whoso nlng race In this part tion so splendidly conducted, or so hall brother, with her cousin, Mlsn Halle .Brown, Attor- ment Is as wen equipped ns the large ltobert, his to teach tho green hands nnd hlg location maket him an ex great presence of mind, seized a lino ney W. I. Williams, of Tulsa Okla- est department store ln many cities I duty , lavishly and hospitality entertained.! Tne opcrft V n0u,c had been beautiful. trcMeiy formidable candidate, and nno hose, nnd ','rla" ?.?R f turned tho water on tho homa Is the guest ot Mr, nnd .Mrs. and he knows how to maKe the prices lbeA company And tho grand officers further declnrthat thc colors of blue who will bring great stiength to tho ecorated right to customers. rthlan lf rallrord company had employed nearunfortunate boy, soon extinguishing James Hamilton. ed Hint Diadem's record of thirty now )cIow nnd rpdi tho soakers' table ticket khould ho bo nominated. ly 100 Bpcclal agents who wero stationflames, but not until the poor Ilttlo members elnco tho first of tho year pIncr(, n fronl of tho B(nKo nn, ,u ed all nlonf tho road and riding For n long tlmo Mr Kdwnrds had no j record of the nnuaU of Pythian ()n(, tajlCll pIace(, )c ,enRtn ot n opposition for Lieutenant Governor. foilow's garments were entirely burnThese men are paid ten dollars NOTICE OF ELECTION Travis DeBorde ed off of him with tlw exception ot u. wimn m BMIIW IO LU9U1IK IUU lll- wmur mm. ' SJgtBSJI ! lnrR0 baMt ,accH wcre ,nIl, for 215 anu on,y rccently has n candidate nn load company on the Avcrago of 125.- ' miu Interest and there wero only six vacant senls 0UCP,i ngalnst him. Although from his shoes and ho died soon after. villus Ul l'.llliuniii.niii 000 a day, it H said . t, -l II. Jr., wai LINCOLN COUNTY MAN DIES IN In a lodge In tho building when loastmanter J ';'""- - James ,7,, Mr. Kdwnrds huB tho honor Bhc,2u,ttlnIf" IOWA. MARSHALLTOWN, tr court held March 13th. 1911 c ,h"l "f. .D.r: .1. U " '?,!.n tho splendid lodge UMrelnnd called upon Rev. O P. llu-- l. 1, Just how much .. ii,i..ii.. nnM,-- ,i to ?"!" Jm,g0 ,.. "" " a .. trUl ut Huntsvlllc. Tenn. Judge Jnmos i. .i..i i. - ,nrmir ,,r. .utnenster louge. to nK;,unl ' y,Mcu """- - m,,klng tho brilliant iiiiiiairu nnu .urn. iiiiiuiiiu nnd was .o M.h ....... ..u i...... ....ii ... n..i.l.. I)c Horde, a son of John De".... Travis Denton of Somersett, was his attor unusuully bright precious boy and wns In tho matter of the petition purimsfs of the order ns n wlol nro )u)o ,,,e,llR upon thp BatherlnB. ney. ,omiK )nwycr vcr, MronB out in U.o not onb the- prdt. ana pet of tho Horde, of this county died at Marexnppreciat'ed nnd understood. wn. It Is rumored thnt an agreement beAt ,,, COIK,(liIUII of ,U. )Blt.r cour8C, fln( nm, lhpro 0l Ul0 8 llt. household but n general faorlto shnlltown, lown. Mnrch. l.th nnd his k,,,,, for a common and Rrartfl(1 tween thp firemen and railroad com- uipliricil ftt th0 banquet In tho oen- - ,h ,, tonR,mluitor cnII(Mi pTanil m ,,0 ,R vcrv Ihrouglout the community every pass remains were urougni lor ounai aun-da- fchool. chaMfc (() pinv might be rcachec? by tomorrow ,, S!n(lo , rt1(0nj , U.K. whtn fair women nnd bravo men clmni.cllor . sen Ices being conducted nt the coin1 Jnpoln c)un and w or by giving him n greeting, nnd nold-lul" " "?." gntberrxl around tho festnr board, par- - , l(lIlit. ..Kot, ,, K(rplllK ,, nr . by Mr. J. , )t ,iy n )UnilW mid Interested nnd Kindly convcr-tuitio- grave In Buffalo Cemetery b "?.,-day of Fcbruarv 1911. a petition "5 -of refreshments, dnlntlly prepar- - m(,,u Now . Mr SInllo lmH won. en.? The deceased was Just cd by .1. . Reynold?, S. Mcintosh, A. I. with the nttracthc little fol- C McClary g . or . glneb. Several A.l ...... Hur. A.f firenml tlinM ltafftllf.il In rn uiiniioii nmonc . n.l m.. years of ago and died ns a result Foster. T. J. Hurleson.W II. Singleton men wore Imported to Soomerset to i.eeu If"'"' 10 I'vuunns low. , Mil Sailor. II. H ,. ()n nm, ,,,, Slnglrton., IF. S. wordsof eloquence from soiii(. of Ken-1fpWj cKnt n All available Much )fiiiathv i felt for the grlet of heart nffectlon. Ho leaves a wife if.A..t. . .i .1 .. . ..- most Klileil oni. II wns .Pn..,lrwl wi1H, HUBBLE iaTna "A.m L"eU.V.""' lako trains out. account of the men nre Uicky leing used on ruso of imt ,e,.n nccomi.lish Mnckon family In thlb tho firt doatlniin unR borti ln Lincoln county nnd V."V'l - '.."?. I early next morning before tho taut C(, wllHt IIlny bt. ,,y H(lcklnK , leaves many friends and relative! hero! non Itouton. R. C Horton. D. N Por 'K.MLl!L",uriLrtT-n-flI- : fj mhMf bo(, Jmr 2.ycaPnM ,n their doloU-- home circle. tenst hnd response nnd tho guonts took ,,,, "Ho (Vsno wm niourn his untimely taking ry, J. L. Koontz. Plat0 Moore. It. K.,a,,d ,, pjtung men b"ck to wwk wl price. Remember weeping iwrcnts nioUo. ,Io waB ni.ornlly j.aks for n t.ulr luvo of thoir Pythian host, npplaudvil when ho at down, nnd nf-- , feonator It. L. Hiibblo sold a jSorell. D. Merrltt, H N. Clnunch, J X navp bf.Pn )f.,o for s01Ptlme Vp un. h not dead the child of our affection. away. ne wa8 a painter by trade. ., v.n... .. mi,., n,ni,n. - i" ,. ....... ni ,i.-)i tnp l.isl nr tho v, pplt no.trlv nil sldn. " -"""'"" unanimous in mo uecinrnnon mm. hui ,, W. ,,.,.,J.U..VO. ....V.. .ft."., ,i, . innm - nM- "i.ick ior loou. . ...... . .v.( .JMbU..M...V.k..Ub aoi.nni ii.r " .iiiiiriiauiuwii iii'io. ,.c,'u""- and (i.iri.imi s nc nion suner inipndrni til , III )enrs hns Stnnronl nnd n more nru- """ dg your poor protection, enn has thU to say of Mr. HeUordo's , Common 8cllools of Lincoln county,, Mrrl pn i.uco nas uecn on mo mck wa continued with tr?At i i ,MMih were until or reprrscmnmo nssemuingo. or narber Wheeler, and J. H. Heeler. , ,. ,, ,. ri.,,ptmfic hy Past Chancellor O. II. ' . ; "r .' . UcDorls of v,nIerfro a, Kln .. Mmin. !i.. n"nd Christ hlmsell doth rule." na " wlinmsed n moro delightful entertain- to "?"" W" Wl LBI2 .""7 tain hnxo been sont out by certain sen m A. w. Ilogers bought of Crnlg Cnm-I..- . tout .Thc HUtory ,, an , ' ' ' ' ";". " H; " ment of tho kind. .sationat correspondents, but have been MokVplinlo Is nblo to rtnn ir stnnfnr.l l vaddlo m.ire for .iinrre fnmti.inv. illpd nt his homo. 4ia AchloifmonU nf Pvthlnn Knlehthood .' ' .ir t l bB totally erroneous. Sher- k,,n (Irani! Chancellor. It. L. Slade. Jlr ji0nri , Ucoply grounded In tlu-lbn, :, s'h. Fast 'Boone street, nt 4 o'clock Friday ,,..,..',. tha. , out ngnln nftor n few weeks III- - . 1G0. of cancer or the liver. M. grade(1 common school district, be es - L" McCarty and othor officers have ... nets, ,. ,,t ,ua Crnnd Keener of Records nnd Seals ,,i.., L &. ""ernooon. .. "ul)or,le h'"1 bocn B :,c.tlm, of u.'r tabllHhed within the boundary to wlf H? ?0 VhJthere several tlrnes keeping ,1. f,n..n IlflllArlU la (.ltfll- - Ifl Mr. George M. Patterson th o J. ii wrter, oi i.cjjnM.f. i.f."u older miJ delightfully and most woVk ,, ,no c. N 6. & T. l K. 11. N. Agent shows some Improvement nf- - Mmbm f0r four jeaw. ltr the situation and e ,nnIn at rb jieMullln's tacluil - J .K,11 no evidence of lawlessness, havonotr ,., . vimiici-uuic ii. tiim hn novpr uocome aanseruus uu . Instructively of Its progress H0 's " Ub soon nH tho strike Is bottled. .!... .... ,' ter n weeks' severe Illness i,.n h. wa taken sud ..i: withstanding most of the citizens aroVersailles nnu rasi urana v nnncrimr fnUieu orator ana n ovo wth Pyth- - Mr8. ; enterUilned nlu h Jr.:.i.v .Mrs. .Mamie Bastln Sloan has returned In sympathy with the strlkwame Irrational O II. Pollard, or Jackson, nrnved i.inlgm 0 lruy that ,8 words seemed fiom Wnvno rounty whero sho hns ct,iidrcu's party for her little nephew Cr8, nnd paesed into a comatose condition Ca,dwclrfl. including him. thence . to bo Jnillrwlp M lt were by t,10 Mty ,Uea, bttn with her dmiRjiter Mrs. V. ( . early In tho nlternooon so ni n'.,-.Ba8t,n nnd Mgg a, i ii...i'i i,i. Accn Thtiradav. ln which he continued un - i, 'i present nt tho formal opening oxer- - nm, Mvlnllmn of 10 Pthlan creel K til he died. Mr Dcnorde lad lived In, Uienco'to rh Saylor's including him,' 'nklS nT, v'r fSm Mnrcel- - I'ePtw 1'nyetto county. 1-A dainty Negro Blood ,,. J O. .. . .., i tho city only about six months, com- ,... Phoirw BVPimiin rlPi nf tho .convention, which wero C3l.luuj mumi-uiig innsiu'i .. e r u, i i... .i... tn .p hIs tinuKliter Mri rltz- - luncneon .was serven to un: in HIP IIIIIU1... ,IHIU r " . .. . WIT1 ITIOTnTI D m.i v, IIUUI UIIIIKJI n thAHAA In I Ul ST. t no.u at hip khiku ruu... v ,K Miss Kdna Knvnnaugn wns tne .iu- - lilt V'"1 trnnsterred to Clnrgow. whero fto Is ,,a,rick Sunday. k npnorde wn8 born ln to the C N O T MAKES 5AV; u"n A number of representatives wero pros (,0,nR ssLTk e Ilved cI1(M worx for of ArknRa8 U1W cr the past week at thc Woman's Club stanfordi Kv .,np iC 1873. Mr Wm 0 Mn8tpr mile said rallroarl COURT OF C. C. Govor tho subject being "Tho Victorian Aga there with his parents until ten years , I.Hlgw In this district, ont from other s,or lf ,,rcBUytpr,an c.urch. UUpb hi, daughter Mrs. No 141( thence c me ah ho went to ( Inclnnntl Kd Sra,U.B including him. thence ttoj r McCauley Carlyle nnd ago. when ,,aHl we,'k-- . Mr Hml,.h '" R.nlnB ln, ' ' or ,ho T1,,1 nnd from sister lodge In th state nnl. ,kew,a0 ln Ult .,eid of What is a negro within the mean- ,jri",BI,,,u,lRoodB iiih ness at Perryvillc. ,"d) he marrlpd Miss BesslP Gray. . " where ""d ?7r..,h,:,T-'"'J,K.!ttu"n- hU l0Ml bc- -' "polly IngletoTs' branch Ing of U.o school laws of the state was tb" ncxt 'pea IT, " who survives him. on Aug. 29 1904 Af ,. Master Hobert FUzpatrlck has been n L . ..... ,pr ving .. . .- ..... w. u .c ... ,0tne mouth 0, Bamei tnence t0 Irg determlned b tho court ot am)pa, " 8mll8," ,,0 vlslllni: hlH .rnn.irnrents In Unrraiu. inero several lnK .iuo Mlln wUn " Ing nccoinpllsbod by Pythlnnlim. DIs- - po,ntod ou( that u ,8 tno man wh, cum coumy bivc raoveu ucro nnu iu pie miivt-' nniuiiiuii mm uiu thTjhn oc ud nK her paw, , week In a case from Pike county. take charge of the Dlckcrson Brothers to Sidney, having the latter place for Johnn farm ex' involving tho right or children with trlct Deputy Grand Chancellor John wonrs s smile on his fnco tttd fell PHRRYVILLE ,h 8 c,t,3J,.,,a8t .Bum,me,r',ff. 'eluding lt, thence to a point on the ..,.. .uccpsisful In ' N Mvmifep, Jr.. called tho open ses- - ,.,. hnr, whn , , dry coods stock at BryanUvlIle ... he U w of th c N Q & T p ,L R cno.8lxteentn ncgro blood to attend a ... oven It M hat sold to .5 wm j.oauej Mr. Luther llaney of lower Garrard fd by his Parnti. Mr nnd jurvlv,., mlIe south of ...iir slnn to order In the afternoon, and me , wnlk. ot ,lfe no lbs nlno Hl,oatB averaglng The court Ba!8 tnat - DeBorclp. nf Stanford. Ivy., two brothsaid a few short but timely words of dpclarpd thal lt 8 tlus man wUh tllt. 13s, line of King's Mountain Grnd - t!,,,0 BCn1;, u J I)p,aun bought of II. J. Coco- - bought ii horse from a certain Uxa- ers unu " i""i uirw .iiwi. Sldnoy, o., and pd ycnooI thence to J. G. Warrlncr'fi , """ """"7 j .v ' nougber a six year old mule for 17r. enster parly for Jl"3. welcome to th0 grand Jodgo officer Ijohn DeBorde, Jr. of mlo wno lt moal Bcco.gfU n love, him, thence to J. J. Falcon- - blood are negroes and may not nltend McUl Dr- and delegate, to tho convention, which ,)Ut Grand Vice Chancellor II. A. riito! U' l'MTC,X PasUr f Wood8 DeBorde, and Mlsse, Miry thence to Thos.ta of t ,,... h , one horso for jji.ii. onrt xtn..frto tiMtordP. of Stanford. ICy r.. ?... ..'.?- - ucgmuniH, mciuumi, whlto school nnrlTho case was thatEd- . . ,. a 10 iue "v'" ntiinrii- r.,wn,tfwi i.v nmnrt.ocrtn, wno lOllowea mm, aeaareu ina ot """ ""-" "' & othprs against sold to ,Troy MUiunw F. Campbell, of Maywood acwuuins .,hIn- ,,mini,nrv .. and Mrs. iiinooo r hi. -.. ...-- v. fi..nMiin. mnrff. ... mil .. ..- -- no ,iaa nllcP tnal Mr -- vviggins i...v Km - i . u. .i... ""- " "7: Th. wnmore inroo wraoi at priceii ru..B"' v:",";"Kv. Brfcher. trusteo of School dls- . . 1IU IL l)U.cai altf W fcv wvm,t.v ih.i showing dtlegntes presont from many son, Stanley Pearce. of St. Louis, and ". unrn ,. .mii -- on.iHurni.i.. lnr. Ing from $33 to f 120 hlmeral ervices were nem nt im .hl,u vntprR. rpsltlpntB. and tnx nay- - rior No ?s. in Plk mnntv. Tho Piko , oi ' "ma innp.l. W. J. , , stanford of the lodge, in th district, nnd re-u.A ". MM thought necessary that an op- - home at 8;:t0 o'clocx this mornlnp. o, g, n" -- pndlcIO. be r nfterward mode by tho 80mc bachelor. Hut th oung d,v.o! HW. performed, Ivlce was very - largely " -.V . WT by their by , Troy VZ Town "Ti, UU Ul.. ! IT Ill th. l "rn", Wjyn. guardian sued to enjoin tho trustee . P. Fr.sb.e wns hosM8'!!--.- '"J nAirii WUivUlnlj uUIALi WEirAUE praise wero heard from llio grand lodgo officers nml visiting brothers Two State Candidates LANCASTER CHILD (Frank Digging and brido ot I.lnco.n .willlljr miu iniillli Il'lULltUO MORELAND 111 I illUl NO VIOLENCE AT 'u"'i Wnm ft """"" "a '"' a "W 0""ru it ..... .... ,.. .' ,', noth-p.issc- -- Vs' ry.. illlpiiaiiaaiiBRMiii " s. .... I LI.. " ",.'ns n r' In"y LTyP'" ,?, ' - g n .- ... ,., ma-too- Um,"rffihrionrioe .?'- IfiX" XST I "L.i1?.. strike-breakin- - . ,,,,,,,, ,,,, . ,.,, ' .,...,. ,.,.,, tu rol - .. , ""-- " " io ?"J ,.., ' " ' "Z,w''t ui; Up rr.. iy:. ??! i''!Lr I :.... ...' Z'" .... .' ..','....... , eii.i if?"., ..!. .. "." r..., j :,.," i.,-.-.......- ... ,.. 'ndt ....... ,.. -.. ,,, I"""" n'0""'0! .,, """; .,. "lZ..Z"?" wnh -..--.,- ,. .- 16 t0 .,,....,. ........ . -- ,....,, .v, i.j, "'"'."' pt 2 t - n!fo u fCf0 , "t ..,.... ,.,...., ' " L." M-- ..in" T-i-. .- ,,.. ,., .::..." ..: IVLZ: :, ; .::"m;-- . ZZ by Grand Chancellor H. U. Spit tte ... .. lei the lodge of Crab Orchard, which nn, (,10 achelor taunts or tlie two organized, nnd rtpro r01in,wi 0ut by Toadmnster lie- lias only recently been many of the onthuMa.tlc members of , d uh ,,ec!arcd mt ,,ark ,, . ll.l. Ifwlr,.. v.,r ,.ro..nl In lh f.Vf.nll.1! "iiiiuriiiiuumi h.'ii iiiii'ii viiciuiiiiT'ii u to benr imt the word or their mem (iq1,aw this lodBO won- - prtMcnt in the Mr n,gBII8. niidr0ss wns a boautl ,.vnlng to besr out tho words of thoir ;fU Ulo.1Rllt throughout and In hi - :. 'r " . i.n... ui: . n nr nor t iiTiniiMfiiiiii iiumi? Mnves tne popu ... ftrnnnn Ktrppt lar Perrvvlllo merchant, hnv,. opened r.L .u,... me loiiowiiirt nueimy.. ..1... ........ up n Lanuuoi given In Stanford Friday ev- KlVoJllS nftor selecting n full line of Spring en,1(; by the K. of j,.s; Hun. Charles of HollliiB Korv A. llnruin. T. K Wutsou and Miss llurnan Ih having a now residence orecti ed on Bottle Walker Burnside, F. G. Hurt Perrvvlllo Street. and Miss Kthol Hilton. IL 1). rouilln- to the emhiiataiin preoonltJ(in ho ,,!,! 8ncoro and tmich Chmirelmr Clurencu Powell bought of the son and Miss Mlnno Margaret Walsh tno I'jimnn lns triiulto to tbo "Frlend-hl- n wweh is mattiionted in lots nnd Ei Pre Loin- Brothers, Charit und Mlssoi Nancy Wallkor, IMna Knv work thoro. r,in. ..r i... MriiiK to build n...i n.n....ninn..." r .i, ! nnaugh and J L. Frances. " nnn ?rU" . ,d to '.; 11. J. brought nool words thlims" Thefo wero tho sublects of tho , dltrj, otn wt 0p))O te thn Mr. James Dudderar told a saddle Normal IwU nt Illcamond. rw,pon(,0 of Mr Schoborth nnd ho nm mor ones and the two will orect .lwel- horto to Woods Walker for 30Q. wnioii nns uoan rejuvenawu niter .1 niirioj these nttrlbutes of true Pvthlnn Ings nZTth. ... , .... "' ?.. .' . Z! i.i fnr":,r, Cr r?Z rX'S-" '"8 1CU A: '.''.-- ., ' ... .. v "b. ' .... ..m.. .i..,i .w.. (i. ifr,. bVTncl ;; i..i ,,,..,,, "'"l, Z'', l ThTf -- ut'i. in.ii: Powell Harmon . Cautauoua Circle -l .... w$ JM,, uXl r,K"y .ni.fn.i itiiifu n luu . :',. . t.'.". . 1 Uerstnt o The bodv loft for Stanford Kv ln fliarco of Mr. DeBorde nnd her broth (. R (;rny of CMcpf,0 wllo r,p.l0fi ,1,,, Piv prldnv. Tho pill !e- ers. nil of vvpim were o.,ployo ot ti MarSl.nltovvn Buegv ' Dun ,my. woi- Miirs S I. "oyio, (.ar, pm)i .losi, Lemp O. F Ml'hil- himl, ('. M. llo-and Fred Woerner. - Joup ,,:,.,, t.l taken In for-froi- n t. " fn i ... nrnnnflf.i1 Com. iiii'ii iniiii iiiii'iiuiiiL. 1 rliiiiuui.- i ui .... ud,.. , v. .) School Is the one now iee ueiuuueu mo sun uu u.o k.uuu.,d by tho common school In tho that the children were negroes and town c.f Wnynesburg. nnd further np- - therefore could not attend the school, -- hlto emidren only. W part in said proposed graded school Tho trial judge found that childreu rv district heroin, consented to the cs m,d one sixteenth uegro blood nnd laublUhHiuvt orthe -- Md proposed thereforo wero ..colorcd children" with comoion school ?nd have cndo.j . thoip consent In writing upon "said pe In tho meaning of the law. Tno court JUNCTION CITY titlon and ln further appearing Un says that tho question dotj not (inrland Singleton superintendent oi depend uponn tho personal appearanco Aid of the Christian common Schools ot Lincoln countv. The Uidles' the ch Idrcn. but comen down In 'U M McColim.8 ha8 consented to the establishment of propo-ecommon graded school final aualysls, to whether or not tho and formul.ito wid Tuesday to ifwwjir t i iu-r- i rnn itnuiii kiiiii .... 111 tni.i r.n.u d OTAlKWWh'S T.ia,iot the w.-...- mon Graded 1::. fj?!" - ai '...... " oa g-- ad :,.,..,, ' d Good tho IRtlu lodge nt Ford. In Clark county Tho lodgo nt mint I.ick has prnctlciuty diiinte- grated however, through tho memners placing their membership In tbo Un- caster and Richmond lodges. Mr. Car tor rtiwrled thc Valley View lodge In fine shape. paid Tne grand lodge nfilcors special nnd daserved trlbuto to the part which has been done In tho lodge lforo by MessrH Menofoe, W. H" Wear-e- n and Jack Beazloy. Other short 'pooches le'llng of Pythian enthusiasm in various lodges wero made, by llev. ; n'I yiUDhuni v rv. ft. IIIKKU.P, II, K.ii. clay, of the Corydon. Ind.. lodge Mr Wblttlnghall, of Owensboro, nnd B. T Kpoonnmore. wro I, a ...ember of ., lodgo at Kansas City, Kansas, though unw i rosldeut of Lincoln county. Brand Keeper or IU'corili and Seals Cnrter unvo tho membei-- a most Inter n tnrf ilnnn liV iYti ..!!... f..1l- i Widows and Orphans' Homo nt Lex Incton nnd tho great good It is nccoin-- i niuiiilxTH recently n,ws also camofrom Is such n master, .!.... an i. nlUhlngforthonoodyonesofKnlBbts. who hnvo crossed tu0 uarK river. Iu tho evening before an Immense rathorlng of Knights In tho lodgo room Mr Carte exemplified tno secret worK thon tho degroo team of thoordor.-nnd k orDliulemlrdgx.putonthothlrddcpre0 insbior W. M. lirignt 6f tho Lincoln County NuUoiml Bank, being the can- dldnto who wns thus fornally Induct- Afany words of cd into knlfhthood tne con ces of tho church and Sunday school " conclusion tno court says. a3 provided by law. and also tho Lin. As tho maKers ot tho Constitution pn.hirscd They determined to have a nvj...imin Board nf Education fbT. few dys tho T0 Iast said "a" bj signing,.... petition, and this did not undertake to defino the words doiecuve int BOclal have .. nigni Mnrrb iiKt ill that of Hon. Chnlrcs Hardin of Mercer' Mrs Woodson Arnold had nn attacknnnoared In hii,i,n' mnninv,..! in pp. nonu mrauio Dmumu,, uui .a na uuu un ...Bu.m.w-- . ,. who, como nre expected to btlng a pen- wnoao toc wa8 "Tho Secret Prlnei. h , ,u of the Constitution, wo t W The Klghth Dlstrlc t ny for each year of ago. ,,,-- . Th, WH8 a mUnK conclu.Ion t(, ter th(J four Sat Union met In that the proposed common elude that these words were used In them Miss Buth Tanner of McKlnney was del,Klltful day Thoso deeds of Friend Hear old son of A.ler Harrison, nnd 19th, and the jast week the guest of Mrs. Samuel school dlitrlct shall bo ns heretofore- their ordinary and general sense and nni, i,nvoinP .vhipi. n great pot Is Just recovering from and 8nndny Mnrch 18lh .hl ,,,.. described, and the court being sufficl- t t th iBcia,ie a children wholly .. nttock of measles., Ho says If he knew Convention sermou Bunday evening Burke her aunt. ,. eutly advised, It Is now ordered and .re ..ut ..naiuiu .u,... .u v.... -- ....u, who h)m he a glVe lheem Ih Grady Levtls who put tho old adjudged that W. L. McCarty Sheriff cr In part of negro blood or having an Mrs. ticoreia Dunn of Marksbuir nnd he Is hereby 'oft he, d 'or Vc to :bnTh; little three year old child of President of the Union and enthusl- - factory lot In tobacco Is now a sadder- of Lincoln County, abepoll to be opened f appreciable admixture thereof,, to to a wiser man. He worked al! sum- orderedtown causoWaynesburg, ICy.. and worker. , but of in the thes iIt re.lIMiv and Mrs. J T. Condor wm . burned I,astic conscientious iftMay numher of iincaJlerfaBh aro In. Wnilted about 6.000 ppund's held on tbo USth day of' nrnl F,Pm Tn I nntmilP wltth othcr deeds or utto cnaracter camo out an election same being moro than (40) Logan Minor who has been 111,. ro... . Mrs. W VUI.MIIMV I II 111 Anrll. 1911. - " n .... of Mr w A. weed lost ahll his labor and owing 3.60 besides, which go to make tho unseen prlncl- - for Kometimo Is improvelng wo nrepdayj nfter the entry ot this order, to ... ...ID ,K .Larson ior JU..O. ... "IU Dvv . ulud trl state hA M,0, n,l.. nA trntflnf. -ltl - luno .U HARMA ui, lire ,lf.nl uhttu V.., .1,. IU i. Valuable c " me Klltr "u ""J'l"l. " fc. ........ . ritl Ul ..i-- i. VIUli, t.-llio - 1...11. . t.,nni. Jir mij iwwii Mnvnr hnv. nillVKll l........ UI 1 f,..vw.... jlr. uarson is re-. Innln ...w.-.nuif-i.. lll.r .hijj. urhon VUUUIJ .i.i nmnnmi r- ..- m.nt.u in ... ,..,.w o...i u ' . from th 1, place to wiwo. and asprant worth) of the "'ssiuii arm ruiiy iur auiiuaa; ...u.ki.v.b district, whether there be. levied .! . .T.. nfA nnnl.pn Mp jmsior noiuu nnni.iuu u.. .... Bardcd aa ttn ..,.,, ..,,. .r,,lnlive ,ct aIter Bunday ... ., ........... -" """-- 0 V, L. Penny of this city has Just nn nnnuall tax of thirty (301 ... Mr. and Mrs. John Helm and son, collected one. hundred 111 CO) dol- - closed a deal whereby they will con Hardin dealt eloquently with his text un attack of measles but 'a convnlTc unwu miiu cents seo him a winner. hope to of Bruiufleld, Ky., wero last weekllar8 wortj,' or taxnhle property aisess- - tlnuo to to agents forZBMO- - the well Md oucbwJ a w.u fte exposltIol, ho ln.la P.Um llnrvAif MfinnAP nnnnr here .. . -- .. In said proposed graded common known remedy for Kcteiua uanurnir, " .AAnloml Ivoca nf lin "" itVs. a. A. K.rklanu made w,th the lilgher things which ro ,. hav.n, ed S. school district. bclonlng to white nnd oj! dlsenies nf tho skin and scaln t 0 ym up mm mA 8llUgtlinco o . a (lililnnH HAAS j.. f persons and corporations, nnd a poll aa . t.( The extraordinary lop that this " " shellv covered wun oroscu i.iv of fifiv (501 cents on each mule clean Mould extorml treatment for Mr nnd Mrs W (' Crawford and Mrs ner uaugiucr, wro. v.. n. nf tbo Pythlanlsm. II. O. l'rpwlat of this place were visit Nashville, Tenn. Sho was In her 87th ncgro head rocks. CIO vears BMn afcctlona hai made Into public llnhnbltant over twentv ono lib ,lm: the fimlly of Mr. and Mrs 11. (' yea wag ,vvico married, first to VI1- Tne ,l0( Insurance policy hold by inr niro. rosldlne In said proposed grail, lnvor Iu tho laft few years proves and Tho Woman's Missionary Society or Williams of Lnwrenccburg last week tho curative properties al f Schooler and to rhnriea Tumor Mr j, w. linrkn in tho Knlchts ofid wminon 6cnool district, for .nm.- wonderfulIn.l...,.l ., ,.o ..... hi,, nl.llllnlt In .. o .....la,l .......... ..The Porrvllle Creamery building OK.. tho Methodist church of Stnnford will u faiuuv.. ii. unas 1. iim.-uii .. fnptiiAPlv !l Mlfl4 PlflKnr. RTlll ik. ir....l.A.ia .mn nrnmnllv nflld tn tpuriw?u UI liutfuiuiiiui . ..l.i . ....l.ll.. iaiu proposeu gruueu tne line biock oj reineuiai hi,piuin nl . ,, ,. nnd for tho riod by Penny's Drug Store Tdow. through Mr. G. A. nunnitomn,on school i.v. auction to Jns. Lester, Walter Martin B.lont th( croator part of her life , about te ,layl 05. Powell for " '"" ' """ ,in They have n limited supply of snm- Oarrnnl. Bha left four daughters- M;s ot purchasing or erecting sup ," ' recorU ,(ee nf ,,)nn'd Clarence 4' " .."'io Zw'0b tnV IT108 ,B"", ' were sent lnabl? bi. .dings t hereafter, as provuieu pies, one ni wricn winwhn given irea . ll """.?: u, v.,v-.- ZT after tho death proof C m.mti.m I" IIIO KU.HIIIUII is nli Ant low ... . '" ""' uLIn Ullffnrni ue WlutlOV 11 to t.ko'... " r. nnu . -ci Margaret ii iiiLVtf ut . " -i ....... C"'" ... ..... '" " ,, n.act. nld ork (n ,i,3 new or - home. r ejection will also i.-- .tie lucri."""" nt a uui biuu iu c, ...v. v.. tjo ottiwn V'.' ' Mrs. Elliabeth McCaney, of thU inisoruur nnd causo the said legal voters In sold pro- - booklet '"How To Proiervo Tl-- Skin " rtTTiTrTiTrrToM Knlzaton composed if the members place Thp Interment tooolt NOTICE p0so.t common school district to vote will alio be given to those Interest ATTENTION HOUSE KEEPERS, or tllu wolk ln bth tho homo and the ' ueur Knshvlllo llMi't unrrv nvpr vour bill Of fare Mr (K.i iiprsnim In Iih trusteps lo cd. . uniinv. out eo to market Satur- - kAmo. nrovided said tav shall be np rorolen societies. This Is tho first T0 Uuslonvlllo ltnller Mill Com Arthur Joseph Is at homo from New Chamberlain's Stomach and ilvcr tueitlng of tho fiscal year, and tbo pany a corporation under the law yorJ, Chicago and Cincinnati. Mlfs day April 1st anil fet cakes, su!adsProved bY said voters. The officers of ' ludlo ,ho election wlUmaJio due roturn o' Tablets innriablr tiring re'lef to of .. w financial ,,ns vvUt bo oxphilned. fcUrttown lCnt..cltv diiig , has returned to her j obw chicken, broad etc.. which the mi,i on Ho ronult of said election nt once af wonnn suffering trom shronlc- c n tl Hiistohvtlle ' church will have , , Uf ,m wnk nmppeij out. and von iue u,e ' l(ll.,rP.g ns , , i.v,nfrlnu nttr a Malt to Miss 0u'n,the store room noxt door (z n . ,M, patlon, headache, bllloupn s sairo Is held. vln-c'i . , .,,, pai hogins prompt f'ter i.(,(ai. Con'- - preoptic i ho hour rnrl ,, ,(,, y homo from Oon v Mnrgarot Klkln is nt Alt. (1 B COOPL'H. Clerk, Lincoln kallownoss of the 'kin nnd dvsep-l- a county court. Sold by Penny's Drug Storo a opening. Mr J' J Dickey, 1're' cnin t it 'U "'" ('a'.', O' P 'or a spring vnci Hon Mr aj g o'cloclc. ' T" ' rB. c lt loloroan Bee M' ,, wa.J "c.ro..-,.lo."(1i r. taVea ?ir... to out again .- ,08t hU cntlro dwcllinB ,Utl "" ,,c1' ,8, caught from a M. .-- 1" ii. i.,7.VlL. ,. a. '..'.,,... It Z ...,.-....- ""'" J TarAJSr-S- .i, con-wit- j ciHl ote l-- ,.nn. .i. b. .oj. l.-- ! -- Agency '.Vth -- " " i toi. A 2ZZ.1 ICZL. ,,:Z';,,:, ., ,,i,,,.i ",,,. i":; .... i.ll .. u ui'.' S V:. "IT Mi.-.- p'c. n-- ''"0; n'" !,,,,'' - re-so- n- '',.'' - ;r$sn ifjwjHaiiiiiw rHFSTANFnpi mi wnrwwn hn-iMT- TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911. CiOR TOURNAL i.K ot my woitlt, li ta & PURE BRED POULTRY. cstlmato ot tho wisdom and sags. vaWaav -city ot thousands (ovid entlly a typo 9. Established 1872 ' , ET.-OW graphical error millions , tho proper S !? word) of patriotic and clear lsloned ftf O t'a t, for Poison.) W:l m. J .Publlther -men, whoso Judgment was ab.olutely or, or ex- 1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE unbiased by passion who prejudice,unit! C. White Leghorn Diamond -- . uro now oven preference nnd 'avnJ Iua. uit !iiiycf Mr i -) ivunu iMjcri they believe my noirlna I 'i""i ' til because Kntorcd at the postoffico at i tiim .Mould bo acceptable to Rood 'white eggs it per setting as second cites nuUI. A. C. Alford 8tanforJ,.Ky and true democrats everywhere without regard to section, creed or fnctor" DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Pure Crescent 8. C. White Leghorns. (Itaco color or pretlotn condition of setting. Miss Lizzie Davison, For Circuit Judge. stnltudc was evidently dropped from Eggs forIS. tb stick when the typlt bit off his Phone HON. CHAIlwr.d A. HARDIN, last chaw of long green ) Pure bred Dlaek Minorca of Mcrcor County Mr. Stanley says he lmi noer covetEggs $1 per setting SHsliBaiBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW KftSlflK'i?wrjwviuanBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBnaaaaaaH ed tho office of governor (and holy wit Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. ' It served him rlshL Hubert Vrec- - says, thou shalt not rovet) nnd though 'JsUbV. r t 2rJ&'raBnaafBBnfBBnf0SaafBBafBHl i Hnd entered Into n deal with tho presChoice White Wyandotte cockerels h' "an absolutely mono) lens man" ho ! ent republican officials of the statu ready nnd willing to make any per- - Kk'Ss $1.60 for IS Mrs. J N Cwh Stanford. department of agriculture to tnko tho Mnn, of ,)eclln,nry Crlfico for the otllco ot Secretary of the State Fair f,MHl of ,he partv llt ho , n0 g THOROUGHDRED S. C, R. I. REDS Eggs for sale Jl for 15 .nway from J. V. Newman a democrat ..ot tTCCt i,oweer. to follow In thl O Imported Cock at Hcid of Yard. w,ien ll, ,osl matter mv Inclination, or ccn my nnd gh0 t t0 h,in D. M. WALKER, Stanford, "Phono 130 j came, ag to the srna of mj tlic republicans "bouble cross- - ()W, nnd elected one of their Brentost usefulness to 'h, rcople of jed' rcelnnd, If you want hens tti.it lay In winter, r . f ,nwn party In the person ot Perry SI my party" because tho people ilo when cues aro high (Jet the S (' t for IB jShy. When n democrat trades with ii commissioned him n, their "rcpresen Huff Orpingtons Hug Stanford i Klncald. Phono 193. .republican to taKe the scalp of nnoth- In tho most august and dellliera ,er democrat, It seems rnther fitting to tvo Dmjy nn (10 planet bejond the BUFF ORPINGTON Eggs For 3ale 15 for $1 us that ho should get the hot end or hnddow oi louht or question prcrcr C C. WITHER3 R. F. D No the poker. As for Ferry Shy, ho will t,at I remain In tho discharge of the Phone 1431 make n good fair secretary for ho Is duties to which they have assigned Stanford, Ky thoroughlyt competent, and Is well In mo." He says "I nm thoreforo compoll touch with agricultural conditions and CJ to say to my partial nnd patriotic Imported stock Duff Orpington eggs f needs In the stato We congratulate friends all otor Kentucky, that while 75 cents for 15. Baby chicks J2 per Ederhnmer. Stein & Co. the board on selecting a good mnn i am deeply scnslblo of nnd eternally dozen. Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stan Edcxhdmer.Stdn&Co. they ford Ky, Route No. 1 'Phone 533 even though ho be a republican. Tho grateful for the exalted honor UA(III sooner tho statc fair Is taken out of aro so willing and nnxlous to confer, For Sals Indian Runner Duck Eggs. this partisan, political Juggling, how- - yet" opening We arc proud to announce today that we SI for setting, of 12. ever, the better It Is going to bo for Todlous, timeless talk, vainly nlll THE Indian Runner Is known as the this springs season with the handsomest line of men's suits the fair an dthe farmers, whoso Inter-- ant, vauntcr. This sort of clap doodle Leghorn of the duck family, for eggs. tans Mr. P. E. Proctor, nnone ever shown in Stanford, in blue, serges, grey est Is Is supposed to repreent, and rhetoric sounds more like tho July cffusion of tho moon struck egotist. not a plaything for tho politicians. beautiful a range of prices from $10 to $30. The 8, C. Drown Leghorn egg, 50 cent than tho delUcranco of a "representaD styles and patterns we have ever shown. Oay stallion 15-- 3 hands, foaled summer 1E02, said br good Judges to b tive In tho most august deliberative per setting. Mrs. J. M. Cre's, R. F. Tennessoee's new United States bodr 0 th0 uianeL" Stanley's letter No. 4, Stanford. 'Phone 319 G. Lirv great sire one of the finest stallions living. Ho Is a perfect image of his Senator Luke Lea is the right stuff Ig witchlngly wordy, but his conclus-Hero'- s casts r, Ky. what he says on tho Initiative, j Chester Dare 10. Mr. J. C. Graves who raised and showed Chester Dare devilish wise. inese referendum ana recall: DUFF ORPINGTONS. says It Is almost Impossible for two horses to be more alike tham Garpowerful woapons in the hands of the to They Lay. They Weigh. They Fay. EUBANK Eggs 1 for IT. are terrorizing to malrard Chief 1835 and Cheater Dare 10. Col. W. A. Darrlger of Sholbyrlllt, Ky, people. They Stanford, Ky. W, BEN WEAREN, feasance, venality and lawlessness. They are preventatives of official Texas State Fair several times saya n0 Is Jjas Judged tbU horse at the Mr. Edgar Gooch and Elmer Pavno eges from Indian Runner treachery. They are weapons which are going to erect a large waro house groat laying strain Ducker setting of It $1 ne ft horse as he ever saw. Garrard Chief won the championship of Increase the power of the people. All orders receive prompt J3 for 45 In Eubank. D "The recall Is a club which the peo The royal neighbors of Eubank are attention. WoUord Lovell. It. F. the South West at Dallas In 1808, 1909, 1910 and during that time his colts CarrUgt and Wagon Work done No. 1 Stanford. ple hold over the heads of Uielr offi progressing nicely. strictly first class. Any catting brokwon moro than anv other herd shown there In saddle classes. At Fort cials to make them do right The Jay Wheeldon will begin to erect Mr. en, mended as good at ntw. All work lJarrod Plymouth eggs f&r sale. It guarantred. We solklt part of your won first in breeding luitlativo is an Imperative demand his store house In Eubank In tho ne-Worth Horse Show In March 1910 Garrard Chief cgr patronage for IS. Also Indian Kunner duck which the legislator dare not disregard future. class for saddle stallions and ago over 16 good ones, ho also won at same J. H. GREER. Jl for 13. Mrs Anderson Nunnelley The referendum is a porpetual Mr. Myo's of Snnford Is going Stanford, Ky. Someret St, saddle stallion mare or gelding. Ho will make the warning to the legislators against tho run a feed and livery stable In I u McCluo Route, Moreland, Ky. place first for MY LINCOLN FRIENDS enactment to laws wiilch the people bank. TO season of 1911 four miles from Stanford on HtistonilIc plko at $23 to Insure 1 am now located on Fourth street, Those Flqhtlnq Game Chickens. MIb Ninnl" rpr' rn of Enhnnk It do not want. This is no longer a goTHE GPY GRIST'S. acciwith the best equipped stablo In Dan-lll- e living colL Marcs grazed 2 50 per month. Care taken to prevent ernment of Interests and nobody can sufli-rln- , win - nplMUlon of dis The Prettiest Kowls 'n the World und will be j"lad to see yo-- i at writing. h measures except those eases is no r Ort object to thebo Hcgs 1". for acy tlino. And will uliow the ladles dent but not responsible should any occur. c 'iJ fanllv return Mr Jay Wr .' J. EMBRY, 11. who are afraid of popular rulo and especially ccuneous treatment D. F. LUUAN those who want to exploit the goern ed from Morelam' Suimay to meir WE HAVE THtM ALL ON THE RUN PURE PREO DOU'TfV hon e at this 1m e tney report n fine ment for private gain." for liidlnn Itunner Duck eegs m Siting time while thiv Mini It conies to supplying high gntde luff Oiplngton rp" ti lr STANFORD, KENTUCKY. V(. know of none that Owing to thr freest U't wecl. II Imallsh Salmon Inr-'Ilumber J for t'i better lumber, mighty few who In tho hopes of stalling off Judge think our poaches and viums MRS. S J. EMBRY. JR r in offr a. good Hut even where our O'Hear Beeral republicans hao an- como up short thl' season. I'lii.ber can bn matched our prices is s. A. HILt Mr. nounced ai candidates for the guber- cutting James Gooch of Stanford ne (live us our uoxt order ami cunuot Up-T- o timber this week tuat Rro' der of flrest strain within a week bought of Solomon EstcF. natorial nomination notUe how much lss It takes to fin-li- h RCd Hlant Sinole C'in Rhode a Job and bow much smaller thc They are K. T. Franks, of Owensboro, Mr Mack Willlcms who has been Stock and eggs for sale in senson. k bill U and Lieut Gov. W. H. Cox We don't be- Insarn for the oast week Is no better K. I No 3 Lancaster Ky A ALLEN, Stawfsnl, Ky. this wrltlnL'. lieve that any republican has a chance Mrs. John Wesley Aker who Is suf to beat tho varhorso of Madison, but RHEUMATISM no bet fering from heart trouble U It such a calamity should befall nono ter at this writing. would wear tho honors moro graceful Mrs. Roberta Mills, of this city l CURED BY THE MARVEL OF THE ly than Lieut. Gov. Cox. B. B. D. 1 FST enrolled with I'rof. Haddock, of the CENTURY, Mt. SterCommercial Department. ED FOR 30 YEARS. W are in potltton to do all kind, of con. ling Colleclatn Institute, for n com Carried In Stock By lllock Work, l'TniitnU er.tloi, (neb plete course In bookkeeping, including sad. Id lot, w. cn mk rniy thing train Aching bones, swollen Joins, pel DEVILISH WISE AT THAT konitdown to banking etc. Mt. atoning v.nz"e. iol. Wa can leryt Or.t-rU.nancntly cur.d througn the bloo yoo promptly and our pfl.i work and material. Uall and puro Untanlcsl ingredients. T with (Contributed) 4 lor you bay your mil.rl.1 at la.l proe it wo Rll1 spnd vou a Mr. A. O. Stanley decides to keep CARSON, Sample Treatment Free out of the raco for governor. In bone pints, sc'htlca o It oi hn of Dixon. Mr letter to Dr. Goodson bhootlng pains up and down thc ler BUnftnl, Ky. MADE ON Stanley expresses his "deep and nbld aching back or Bhoulder blsdes, swo' lng sense of gratltude to the host of len Joints or swo'len niucles, dlftl culty in moving around ho you hj distinguished and :oyal democrat. to ue ciutclu; blood thin or l h received a complete new line for Spring, of above from every section of tno state wno pale; sl.ln Itches and huriis: shlftm-laln- s so Insistently demanded that hf lia ALL KINDS OF AND RIGHT PRICES. enter the rate. Ho says that ho has bad breath, lurjbiigo, gout Uo ' make. We invite your inspection. tinlc Illood llalm '(B. B B. which : listened with rant nnd reerent atten svmptom, becansi 13. t moves eior Machinery tlon to the earnest appeals and the B. sends a rich, llngtlng flood o eraro and cogent reasons assigned" by warm, rich pure blood direct tu tlu j.nrnlyied ncrcs, bones and Jo'n,c SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER nmws-t- i "theso true and tried veterans. Inspirgiving warmth and strength Ju ed alone by a sincere desire to pro ind In this wa GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES whore it Is needed bene, beyond doubt or dinger, tho inaklnr. a perfect lasting cure of rha i BEST EQUIPPED vupremecy of that party which niatlsiu In all Its forms. was and Is tho palladium of the liber- MACHINE SHOP IN THE OLUb thousands o B. D. B. has mide prosperity of tho ty, the peace and cures of rhoumntlsm after nil fiuie A HORSE'S OVERCOAT UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER GRASS. medicines, llmmuits and dortui in And though he fights shy people". STANFORD, - KY. tailed to help or cure. Dltl'GOlB'lb ! called .1 lil.uikot. We lmo every of the running h0 says ho Is "not 167. Houra fhonw St. ELECTR 0 or by express, 1 11 Ft I.A1U. IJOI kind from tho llgtitobt to tho heaviest, Ofnce 'Phone of tho DANVILLE HOTOn moved by any fear or doubt TI.K SI'NT KltKE by wilting tiro from tho (amy blanket for road uso he CO. result of this controverts" !( Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe yoitt Spring to the plain but (.enlconble oi.e for artvke kii trmiblo nnd free know b he would be a winner "and this tho Muble Kvery ktiM ot stablo utensil confidence Is based not upon nny ox DANVILE, KY. 123 N. Fourth St. f.n Bold by Shugnrs and T'tuie too. Good, of course, and reasonable My new rprlng nnd sumnier s.iniplea Burns good, Makes no clinkers, The Kind In prh-li") lime to bu to conform are now ready for your Inspection. They conipri'o tho best on the market to our hariUM standnrd and very Litt'.c Aches. Wc Give you 72 I can suit anyono as to pricu who Iwd his clotbn mad0 to order, A suit C. McCLARY, Stanford. Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen mado to your measure Is preferable Ounces to the Pound. to ready mado clothes To havo them Any the Best Light made to incnsuro doesn't cost any mora than ready mad when (piufuy' Rayo pay moro than the and fit Is considered. Coaiu la aud price for lamp, you are paying for extra let me tnko your measure To Sell or Trade ! hie Interior Journal. saufley, Itcd opinion i.n change for a farm or acre property, W. T. EWING, Harrodsburg, Ky. RHPV Fbw ASywKr HSt room aA T.Jvp.rv Rarn and tenWill shelton dwelling Harrodsburg, Ky. I o, tVC - Main a . J kMV'nifi rr J $ " 1 0 JBHL. f K2iM CMtk Ulli ti lrt A' J Ta. &J (ln "v cw l. fl wr a r.-- S fit I'M l I Irfc J l II 5n ii far 1 ,,n,m tato "If k J p Ilia are r tr 2 Garrard Chief 1835. - !. mt ad at 2 H. J. McRoberte. Stanford, Kentucky. U u Horse. Shoeing, flve-galte- d J. H. MURPHY, 4- -S . Fresh Oysters STYLE. fur-nU- h Looking For An Date Spring Suit ? The M System Clothes L. L. SANDERS will fill the bill. SERVED IN ANY -- BGT meAL - in TRG J. CONCRETING tc nrut .i TADFOKD PROP. Stylish Fitting Garments Latest Patterns, Well Tailored. Just i - Carson's W.A. Restaurant REPAIRS (t PHILLIPS BROS., Motor Cars J. C. McClary, s? L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Ky IgggrffiTcBI eer t mi'ci Suitings that We Want The Famous Kdim$ J mi J. H Baughman STANFORD, - Sc Co. Produce POULTRY, EGGS, HIDES, ICE, WOOL, SALT, LIME, GINSENG, A Cms at Prict Vonyou - KENTUCKY. AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED COAL, FURS, Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 CURES Ganes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, Cholera. Poultry ;s" KsIm. o0?7r DiarrhoeaU and all Diseases of Uiaklllkt Uat lot ymn uj "I BiTMt. BwAlow, Kr, r Mm uJ Rm 4--1 -4 Ni FEATHERS ETC. H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. AUdv of dccoratlorn that cannot add to the quality of the llgiit. You con't pay for a Dsner ght, because there is none. An oft tight has me Icaat effeor on tho human eye. apd the Ryo Lamp Is tho bcm.oll Ismpabw, UjousIi Isnr In price, fou con pay$5,$KI, sms other hmp, and ahhotrgh you fist a ruors cttl ta.ip, you cao't better lteJK than the white, mellow, Mt ilffuacd. uaWokeriftg L'ght of ,?he Hajr this 'i Hm MTMf, 4rat)lo to rla ttrsajfh and asper8o. burner H. C. RUPLEY, Tho Practical Tailor. J, L.beazley&Co., orO fr i tbado-holdes- -. ces-m- WOULD v YOU KtFUflE A POLICY nMnh BkscUd, and easily km, Oaosi a lWr Utr, Always imri. OM Conspsmrt 0s aorfetea. i Mudr. luiUMUttirrMTh.tt.fMi. udiiwa tU lib M.M4(wiitec4brJ.IM.CraM,Btffctwa,Iy. Price Stoat til DrsJtbts. Ux won lli cttkk I TW .5 Ot-- B PENNY'S B4U0 STORE. SV rn offered you while the fireit men wero entering your house! Well wo Kuosa. liut don't wait for any such long chance. Have us Issue you a policy to day and make yourself aafa no matter what happens. If a fire should como tonight you'd never yourself It It should catch you wdturarefl. for-air- e AND EM. UNDERTAKERS DEAL. ALSO BALMER8. BR IN FURNITURE. RUQS. THEY WILL XOHANQB FURNITURE FOR ALL KINBW OF STOCK. MVB TH1SJI A SLL. PfMStf MAT-TIN0- 8, RISHT. W. f. TAMMrlSSv tt KBPSJ-OOfT- . J iv t n'ii v7" -- - ",J- - w U ,."!, " " ' "' I i ' THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR IOOKNAU Joe II .Murphy nro eeiiKrntulnilonii upon the m nf nnolher linmlsomo yonni son Mm. V Lojan Wood, of I)ntilile, runl In their home, who linn been namcil In with her mother. Mm. I.ynn. Wllllnm Thomiw .Murphy Minn Itnclirl Allison Ims rcturnril Jim, Ilefwlo Dollorilo of .lnrnhfl' It lull rt ivrtitis KKnmnnhlnil from a. lencthv visit In I.oxincton tunii) fnia.ii tiv.1 jiiMiii''ii (ii- n Mi'iiiuai i oMi hiijbami Prank ftclionlc her Mm. J. N. Snunden will ho hoMon ot tho Current hvcntn Club Thuwlny ufmnI ,, ,.rnH nc ,)f nflcrnoon nt 2 30. .loading republican politicians of the .MImcs Kmiim llnys and Lena rni-- Htute, ennic oer from his home r p.. ,inl,.nii i, ...i tn Hi., t'hrlitlun Ciinj!tin Monday nlgnt, to he tlm t ol Hon. P. M. McHoUertu, ofi i.mlmnr meetinr nt llitrgln. UiIh city. Mrn. Mnnln II. AiImim, or Lexington .IikIri John N. Mcneffo, .lr, an I lit hero the guest of her mother, Mm Mrn Su0 Yoaper attended tho perfor- nianco of "Tho Dollar Princess ' nt Annlo Nowlnnd. Monday nli?ht. llev. nnd Mm. I). M. Wnlltor arc ro ' M"- J. II. Pnxton niur son James II. or their friend ceivlnp conRratulatlon8 Jr., aro visiting relatives In l.an"fiHt i "t-- , epon tho nrrhal or another MtH cimrlotte Warren ,n with hetlaiightcr In thulr homo. tie Jhrothor, S. M Duncan In l.ancnster, Mr and Mrs. John II. N'elus of, who is epilte III "hs Ia)I lliililile has ri'tnrned to , wynil.iir jI.el.anon Junction, fomerly of iUhw h()lno a.tw a a yMi (o hir wtcr Mrs t;ailnnd S n city, are happy oor Urn arrival of hnliy daughter In their home, the soc- - gletnn. Mlt Mattle tlilnslend, of l.oulsUI e, r,rti . S. Iluraii Is Ink County Attorney M(Ho u II Ing trontmont at tho Cmb Orohnrd 0t ar iiRgraMted case of tonsllliis Hanutoriiim. Col. M. I'. Klkln, ot Ixlngton at-- . SHORT LOCAL NEWS tended ths l'Jthlan lisnquet I rldny ii- ana To v night and shook hands with IiIh mnny ling movedmendsftock Patrons. Alroiti my to the friends. rmiil fM Tiniftlifnt Ctrn.l nnnmltn Jnmeh Sauflay wns up from Grays- - .court home. I shall he glad to se, Itcih hnr Am rrrnlvlnr n l,.ml(.1 lllo, Tnn, Sunday with roIulUos 'line of spring goods nhC feel that mr here. new qjarterswlll ho more ncce'slble Slaps Is hack from a and nttractlro. (live me a call Miss Mrs 201 pleasant visit to Mrs. J. II. McAllster Francis VBndeveer itnil family at Way Mississippi Hev. J D Jones will preach at Ron- Among tho PythlanB who came down from Crab Orchard to the banauct Jand next Sunday night. Friday night, with their wives were llev. J. J. Dickey will preach, at Dr. and Mm. II H. Spltlcr, Mr. and ilaywood next Fridny night Mrs. J. C. UalleT, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 191 PERSONAL and SOCIAL A r nncl Mr BAD CASE OF GRIP CQUSCU SOfC 4 - 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 the snappy things that the young folks And others the older ones want Ji TllfOat Olid Ton- - 1 silitis. Housloy, Mr. W. II. Kiit-a- Restored by Pcruna. hltrton st -' Stony Point, Tennessee, writes: "Flvo years ago I took a very sevcro cold which in resulted la grippe. I never was bo bad off. I was In bed so v e ra1 weeks, and when I did get up I had t o n s tis and 1 1 !,,!.., f-Pinkham's Vegetable Compound .A woman who is sick and suffering, and won't at least try a medicine which has the record of Ljdta K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, is, it would almost seem, to blame for her own wretchedness. Read what this woman sajs: Klcliniiiiiil, Mo. " When my sroonil ilniiphlcr tns cijrlitccn MpeelalNlH. month old I inn prc)iionncMl u Impi'lrKs Imnllil J liail iiconstiltiitloiiof tlioymild I liml n Hovore en so 1 'IN, mim In beil for leu weeKs, liml Hltiklntr of uleerntlon. nntl Mas pronounced to 1e in ailanu' mil uimlitloii. IUy father Compound, Insists! that we try I,)lln 12. I'liiklitim'H riri'lulilt' find hroiicht mo hk bottles. I mmiii lupin to lmproe, anil before It had all been taljrn I was as well and xtroniriiM eer, iny frlnuds hardly recognized iiiumi ureat was tlio change." Mrs. Woodson liraastuttur, Klcliiiiond, Mo. There arc literally hundreds of thousands of women in the United States wlio have been benefited by this famous old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering. Read what another woman says : .loneihorn, Texni. "I hnvo used Lydta l'.PInLIiani's Vct:ota-hiCompound for inyitclf and daughter, and lonMdtr It for nil female, discuses. 1 would not bo without It for anything. I wish otrry mother In America could ho persuaded to use It n there would bo less Miffrrlnjr nmoni: our Hex then. I nin ahvajs clad to speak n word of pruUe for I.)dii 1'. l'lnlc linni' Vegetable Coiupoiuid, mid you sire ut liberty to uso thla tcAtlmonlnL T. Lawrence, .Tout bo re, Texas. Since we guarantee that alt testimonials which we publish arc genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Ljdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had the virtue to help thescwomen it will help any other woman who is suffering from the same trouble ? For no yours T..ydli K. IMnkhum'i "WjreUblo Compound hits been tho standard remedy for remain 111. No nick woman does Justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Mude exclusively from roots ami herbs, and has thousands of cures to Its crcUlt. If tho slightest troulilMpp"rn which you do not uiider.lauil, w rlto to Mrs. lMnkhnm at I.jnn. Mu., forhcr ndvlco ltia free and nlway ! Ipf ul. Restored to Health by Lydia H. 1 mio-fiiallel jiJf ,, ?,, LsWbssssssK Jele "I ,,r,c,J ,to cur(! th'3 ,or clBhtecn months, gradually got WOrSO. A doctor adWscd me to hae my tonsils cut out, but I did not llko tho Idea, Another doctor examined me. and told mo tho same thing. I finally got a bottle of Peruna, and after I had taken one bottlo my throat was better. I bought and used a dozen bottles, and saw I was going to git well, and I did." Qenulne, OLD FASHIONED, Ground GRAHAM FLOUR, at throat. sore Mr. W. H. Houiley. W. E. Perkins, I L. R. HUGHES, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. tS T. W. HUMDLE, W. O. MARTIN, M Burr l 1 t i Carpenter, Jr, Ilobert LOST. Certificate for 10 shsros Holmes, J. S. Duko and It (1. l'ettus. stock In Henry Clay Fire Imairanre For Sale. Pali good four year old Reward for return to Dr. Kllzabcth hutcs Company. Ml.ibth Luclnda and 20-mules harneis and wagon. O. T. ore visiting their slstep Mrs. Harvey il. O. Perry. 20-- 3 Hustonvllle, Ky , Krya st th West Knd. Well c; taWlshed grocery, nd genMlsies Hue Woods and Ilcrta Jein eral merchandise business at UcKln-ncT7 D. Steeabergens sells, builds, rePenny went to Lexington Monday to for sale chup. Arply te D. 8. pairs i aid adjusts scales at rocs: 2Mp. Kit!. soo "The Dollar Princess." prices. See him for prices bf.ore Sum P. Tartar, of Moreland, orders Mr. John liar Clark, Field Secretary you buy. Address Crab Orchard, Ky. his 1. .. changed to Louisville. Kpoonnmorc, who Is attending of the Christian Kndeaor Union will John Kentucky Wcslan College was a dele ,lecture nt the . Presbyterian churbcb ... !.! uruay eninB -- i C.JU. au socieiiHB In Best oompaniea lowstt rata. M. u A. contention at I (.ale to tno are urged to be present. There will Dai llle last week. sure your property tedcy with R. M. ., - i also be some special niujlc JuIko J. M. UiBHlng. and J M AlNewland. er.'dii, ef FrnnKfort. anu senator a. State Auditor's Ageut Whittlnghall J llubl'lc, of I Inroln. spent last Hun The ladies of the Baptist church will day the guest of Mack KiihnnU In, was hero last week, and caught county. lend who tmo been doing business hac an exchange at the post office .Miws nab ueen roccicu nere ot mo .without Btato license. Ho grabbed Saturday, March :5th. birth ot unlrl baby to Mrs. W.J. Andexhon Carr ,for running a toft t Queen & Ilouto excursions nt their homo at Shamrock, Ky , near drink stand without a license and 1311. The first excursion of tho .Mlddlcfcboro. The mother was before nail K cogt Carr nbout U la tho Queen ft Crescent Route her marriage mibs ateiia .Mcuiary. or to Cincinnati, O. will be operated (thls city and many friends send good Money for tho jurors who served SUNDAY APIHL 9tb, 1911 t'pecUi wished to the little lady, who has been for tli,, last term of court has arrhed tiain. For full particulars, call on er V. A. Heckler, iiamed Anna Margaret. and may be obtained at the FirBt Nat Ticket Agent. Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. al lodge of Pjthlans sent a ional Hank. I Iiini'tiRtor good delegation ocr to the banquet Fop sale at a bargain, n shnrpless 'Friday night though many would Uox 178. 21-V0 liuo rented the Minks Hotel No. 4 cream separator otherwise come, were detained at homo nnd will carry a stock of general meron account of tho funeral of the little chandise, in the same building conHarrv Jacobs, the monument man Klnnulrd child, the who was burned ducted by my son J. Kmmoiis. In con- or Mch!nnev sold Mrs. EIU.i rerrell n Harre Granite for her hustc death Among those who did ut- - nection with the store Mr. J. K. Tartar six ton Ilrlght Fcrrell to be erected in band tend the ceremonio, hero were Messrs vill run a produce wagon for a while the Wnynesburg Cemetrj. Harry Any favors from the public will bo Why take chancos Joe nnd Iln.wnond llaselden, WHY LOSE YOUR FOWLST aga.nst disease' A few drops of Ilourbon Poultry Tomllnson, Frailer Hurt nnd Dr Ac- nppreciated and satisfaction gben. f ton. Mishcs Welsh. Susie Hilton, Hallle shall continue to gle attention to Cure In tho wucr keeps fowls strong, tigorous nnd L'nclc Sam's business to the bobt of thrifty, protect them against disease and puts them ttruwn, Klla Thompson. in prlmo rendition for egg laying. It Is the only County Attorney lludmnn Kecnon, my nhlllty. C. K. McClure. M remedy that can be depended upon to euro roup, Choi of Mercer county, droo over from Ky. "ul" '" "'""" ' em and Oape. simply because It destroys the germs FOR SALE OR RENT OLD INTER winch cause tluso dlseasos. One 10 cent bottle ,h" 1lhlnn "anquot. Ho nnd bis wife urneA ltt t,,u nuto routo Saturday IOR JOURNAL BUILDING ACOVE makes 12 gllons of medicine. Htory Poultry ruber COUNTY NATIONAL "'orn.ng ..ir neenon .s ueinK urge.. LINCOLN i uld keep a bottlo of this medicine on hnnd by mends all over tho district to gel BANK. APPLY TO L. R. HUGHES. Into tho rnce for Commonwealth's At STANFORD, KY. OUR BOOKLET ON "DISEASE OF FOWLS CAUSE, torney after Hon. Cburles A. Hardin TOMS AND TREATMENT," IS FREE. ASK is elevated to the Circuit Judgship. The I.adioj' Aid or tho Christian YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT. PI The St Patrick's Day party given church will meet Fridny nfternoun Ijist enr we lost an entire hatch by Mrs. J t Hays at her home on March 24th at 2 o'clock to perrect BETSY'S POINTERS: Plwinc nemt mo by express two Friday afternoon was tho most origl 'rlans Tor our Saturday market to bo of Ilourbon Poultry Curo No from white diarrhoea; this year we ouarts "A houso keeper should remember. ery member mil und unique entertainment of th. ;jen April 1st Please poultry ral haw used Ilourbon Poultry euro in! one who Is an Mrs. I.. 11. Cook. Molly, that a guest sees more ill an season. Her home was nrtlsticnlb try to be present. hour than a host can se0 in a year, or ran nlford to bo without this valu- th.'lr drinking water continually :md any. have and some women can tell a good house able mcdlcluo. It does all jou claim mend nit tolost nil .urnWo highly roconi decoruted In greens ferns, cedar an The Woman's Iniprocuienl Club It be claim for It. nnd other things suggestive of tho patron and more. I tako pleauuru In ivbl meet it the State Hank & Trust keeper by looking at tho mat at th" Hillding Wedne'day afternoon rt front door before entering. All my host poultry remeIt as the Importnut business makes a friends are highly pleased since they .eiij y d her charming hospltn'ity. As 2'iO. It It working like Ky dy I ever saw all meeting necessary. Kvery mom-e- r began dealing at Cofroy and Cok man's NOIH -- This firm won flivt prize listing the gracious hostess in enter-crmagic In this county. My fileiiil Is requested to be present. !l color special for cocke-e- i ntso gMid taln'nt. were Mlrses flettle Pnxtn" Hirsch's beans and pork now on sale say they ucver saw bo will become members are nUo who are using It lliedal for host bird in Show at Mm- - nml Mnrv l.llrulinlli Mpk'lnnnv. nni I Mrs. J. IJIc.ej, Pres. Mrs. 10 und 15 cents, nti) thing llko it. People call me on .o in Plato Poultry Show ,. ,, , helton Snufley, Sec COFFEY AND COLEMAN. 1 tho phono and say, "My have been raising chickens for I!,,t o.lurents wee toned to n I dearly rifty vcars nnd Pourbon Ponl. nick, what must I do?" I toll thorn t try Curp Is the mtut satisfactory leme s' Pat'l'k the cakos boing decorate iiio Ilourbon Poultry Cute, and in u dy for cholera nnd gape that bve with thsmroeks and tho Ices In gre few das they call mo nnd fay tuelr nop and white. Iho guost writing the bec V. ,..."" " n l print many It 1. ilock chlckeiib ami ni'inillir, IJ nnd chickens Humbnr tllbuti to her paMner "eeured t For Urke5 UT. or tho finest M II. turkeys In the Poultry wis a pin nnd Mrs. Ii- ' Cure does all Ihnt ou nl.iim priie which.,,., M,.ll,.p,. l)tl (J (,, c,f Mate. 1 iue this romury and neui for II If you hnte an nrents at Kan Mrs. Held being tho winner Trthorn fH8 City. I It gives u bick row I. ba0 would llki. tn Ink., u ...,.. ttrength nnd itabty and makes tbolr Jt.(() wm)lm w,t(l M( second prize wns won b Mlsb Alton J nl plumage bright and glossy '!.- inrgii mi v r. ? tho next stnto fair iir. " "Do you realize the importance of bauMng under thoroughly exhibit at ItJien. Shelbvvillo, Ind. BRYAN'S DAUGHTER TO WED . J. D. Cox, LawrvncutnirK, Ky efficient sanitary conditions? Ki)rFrHr. Hnen wns e The following announcement fpo NOTE. Mrs. Cox was awarded first twcitv nix ribbons on his fowN, Are the fixtures and plumbing of your bathroom just as they Kiutuw Ing ilrst pi for htxt gobblor. Inchifi Lincoln Nob , is of special Intores prize to th'i bobt gobbler t Htate Fair and first prlro for best beu tuurl Etet, iomtrv Show should be hygienic and healthful, Tho brldoeloct Is tho daughter of Hoc 1 feel ;i at blue (Irass Poultry Show. iu dr.ty to g.;. my lost' William Jennlgs Iirynn Shot Is r and does the room afford all the conUvory year I have been losing from mony in regnrd to Eiouibon Pouliiv charming young gill and durltn: he venience and comfort you desire? I bought sonin turLevs 75 to 100 chlckcru from gapes, wid 11 Cure hn t Isft to Kentucky last year was v iu onmtra These questions demand carebnd about coucludcd not to try ruislni; ,on nd V P of Colonel und Mrs. nny moro. I gut n bottle of bourbon tnd 1 used it and iiid not ful consideration, affecting as they . jn Poultry Cure, and used It according to glo bird In my flo-Li sUaflETiUlllIr ' jnin' it Ik Walton ut Lexington whore she wn do the health and happiness of directions, only a little moro freely, as the pniltiy icfet'v I i,o it much udmliod, She was n schoolmat mine woe ii case of jeara of Infection. your home. " rf 1J'r,v,''"''-,c- l ,0 ' " to of Miss. Ellzaboth Thatcher, of Bom Now I have 200 chicks, all thrifty and ., - limine ur ' JOUr oil KitileiS miI If you need bathroom advice growluit nicely, nnd not n "gapey" have I "en rttlslne nonlh.. fir mn.,v crcoL M,,s ('rIlro no!(ter llryan, daughter an among them, in jpito of the fact vears. nnd huvo used mrn roni'i'- -, we will supply it free, and without that they have rroo access to a big of different kinds, ind boi.rbi n Poul of Mr.and Mrs. W. J. Hryan. will br obligation to you, and if you decide wood yard, which Is a breeding plarn trytuC? lr Jh.0., ,,ost r,mt,dv I niurrlcd oarly In Juno to Itlchard L (o make use of our aid, we will i'ir tho pests, Mrs. Jetinl.s II. Stex-n- s Ptn' 1",r," I Harprn.es. a vfllo'K'y ' man of Lin Uynchburg. Vs. guarantee our plumbing, and sup coin nmjt woro stlioolmates tngoth- ply genuine 'itaMswi Plumbing Fixtures well known a the or nnd hum lUed hern most of their Wo have nuudrods of tejtlmo'ilnls like theso, In our clnulars Hiid lives. Uraco la tho youngest of tho perfection of unitary equipment, and fully guaranteed by thet booklets. The remedy does the work .or thwo prominent poultry rsls-r- s manufacturers. say so. Tber wouldn't buy.lt and then Hit about it If It failed three chl'dren of Mr. and Mrs. llryan. Can we help you? If o, ask for an estimate. wouldn't Mr. llargraves Is tho only ton of Try and see for yourself what It will do for your fowls TKLEPHONB US AT OUH EXPKNSE. His fnU Mrs. Albert G. Margraves. ... .STANFORD. KY. e , a pioneer merchant of Lincoln, died NEW STANFORD DRUG CO., DANVILLE, KY. lout October. Ho Is 22 years old and T. P. CURRY A SON , ....LANCASTER, KY. bit brldo to be is 20. J. H. MOUNT, SON A CO.. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. .JUNCTION CITY. KY. A BVANB.. .. REYNOLD e, Perkins, J. ('.. 3 bnt-Uu- I Oxfords WE ARE FORDS. RECEIVING OX- OUR LINE OF SPRING 15-6- WE ARE HAND I LING THE FAMOUS MAY MANTON LINE THIS sev-Ut.y- in Anything you want in Patents, Vicis, Kids, etc. the latest styles. We invite your inspection. aF Cro-icen- sea-bo- n HUGHES, MARTIN . & COL i? . Attention MfryRassers Sick Fowls Oon't Pay, Droopy Hens Won't Lay. 3 LmmmmmmwmwxiimmimiRte wuJRi'D, KENTUCKY ,ds Notion. That Spring you. Suit 1 3 ""k STfc You have begun to think about that new Spring Suit that suits Suits to Order We make suits to order and guarantee to give you full satisfaction in every way. te reoom-mendln- 3 -- d ' 1 ... 'a'on. ,.. ,,,, nr fr - in the Bathroom jA HEALTH ISf fSslt New York Styles Can show you the latest New-York - it te s Styles made by the most ex- 23 perienced cutters and litters in g America. g You get what you w ant, or you & & do not take it. Take a peep at our patterns now on display and & wewill surprise you wish the beauty of this selection. 25 liii-ni- k. it" ri, bt 3 '' oir I I Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KY. H THE HOME ! HART SOHAFFNEH A MARX HAselden Bros 4MTOfUI CLOTHE! 4 J ,. j. mimtm" 1m. .iw 'n.. "TMRfF TF Spring Oxfords MENS' --- "Cured Neuralgia Pain" "I take in writing to you that I had a neuralgia pain in my arm for five years, and I used your Liniment for one week and was completely cured. I recommend your Liniment very highly." Mrs. J. McGraw, ij 16 Mandcville St, Hew Orleans, La. THE FARMERS 1'OSTKU. Executor's Sale LADIES' Cured Quinay Sore Throat Mr. llxxxr L. Caulk, of Dei., writes : "I bought a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for the quinsy sore throat and it cured me. I shall always keep a bottle in the house." 1241 Wilson St., Wilmington, COMPLETE AND- - M08T 'WE HAVE BY' FAR THE LARGEST WE HAVE EVERY STYLE, STOCK OF MENS- - OXFORDS IN TOWN. EVERY LAST AND EVERY SIZE IN THE WORLD'8 DRESSY CROSSET. Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. 1 Am Glad" Car-du- SLOANS LINIMENT gives instant relief from rheu matism, lumb.i-go.sciatic- a, neu- USUALLY NEEDED. IN THE BUYING AND SELLTNG OF REAL THE SERVICES OF A BANK ARE USUAL LY NEEDED. IN THESE WE TRANSACTION'S. MAKE LOANS. ADVANCE MONEY ON MORTGAGES --PROVIDETAMPS, OTHERWISE CLOSING UP DEALS. WHEN YOU BUY OR SELL PROPERTY, LET THE BUSINESS END OF THROUGH IT PASS THIS BANK. WE ARE CONFIDENT YOU WILL WITH BE PLEASED OUR SERVICE. AND ASSIST IN writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin, of Liberty Center, Ind., '"that I began to take i, for it has cured me, and I will never forget it "I cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did for me. Before I began to take it, 1 was very bad color, suffered great pain and weighed only 105 pounds. Now I have a good color, do not suffer and weigh 125 lbs." B53 sore throat, ralgia, croup, ton-siliti- s, hoarseness and chest pains. PrieM125c.,50e.&$1.00 m J Era Sloan's book on hc nnd poultry eut tree Atliln. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Han., U.S.A. horse, cattle, I : II. King. A bargain If sold In 30 days. A trMt A executor of Frank Vaughn, do-or 87 hcrea of land on Crab Orhcar ccaml, I iptl 'lfir Wr ale 'to Uioi j IiIrIh'sI anl beat blddilor on. and Stanford plkc 3 miles from Crab I Saturday March 25th, 1911, Orchard, Ky., Apply to V. T. ainr, In tho town of ltu'tonvill Ky., thei I following property to wit: SUiuroid, It. V. V. No. 1, f Ono bav tiomo, any lady i William Field, nnd Sons, th0 or child can drive him; not nfrnld of arid popular farmers ot tho automobile or steam; 1 Somerset plko sold tholr tobacco onjlionio by Unlloii, well hrokn, good In- 8 year old cow,ood milker Dio Danville market lam week ricplv.y,v,tnin)J new iu,?7T l,ro Ing for If nn average of about 7 i .R01 ot buRRjr, new harnoM, t , rents. They had l.i,0u0 pound .. 'nnd harnes-jhousehold nnd kitchen From all reports this going to lie funilture.brdg nnd bedding practically Iho banner horse nnr. Jack breeding, no, "owing machine, new cooking FOiion In many venm In thl nnrt nfi&tov, clc. TKIUI8. All sums of J10 and un- : tho state. All th0 leading stallions . , , nnd Jacks will bo ndvcrtlsed In the,ur L,n:. A ? oyer 10 upon ' "' e months, bearing 0 per Interior Journal, which goes to twiro lllclClC DV lOW s. as many farmers as most of the coun.con 'n,er,,?t from date. lth approved try papers In thl. part of th0 state. I; h"l'mVM ... , u vi'.iiiivx. . i.t.t uhii! n. ... .furac L - uuu .".. M . oiit:.-wiiiuuuro .1. rur kSl I l' w. M. MYERS, Jcct to register, fcxtra gocU' onc, KXfClltor. Vrlirht hii 1?K nniinrtu Prlrn fin . ... .... r P. O. n. Is sold In next 10 days. Write FINE PIECES OF PROPERTY or call and seo thm. It. II. Dronaugh ' FOR SALE AT McKINNEY 22-Crab Orchard, Ky. H. M. Archer of Mercer sold last week tn J. L. Jarvls, of Lincoln Posit Ins to so Into otlior business. County, a HO acre farm on the Cum- we will sell tho followlriK property Alake your borne as modern lor your fasaily as a fee, mins Ferry pike for 18.00. Immediate located opposlt,, the depot nt McKln-- j M. posslon. F. I. James, Jr., sold to F. ny, Ky. tesidence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotation! A. Fenlcy n One IS room hotel, farm near Mayo jjme fj, g Oo acconiplUked by meausof our teltpbono corw'e aj for J2.20P. Harrodshurr Herald wn,n you n(l .vour neighlwrs can get for n sum that in small ccrffyarwlNsith One storliouse' 60x30. with side' Hughes and Jako Huguely JiicIko iho bencfiU received. Call our nsareit oOioo or write direct to nttended Charles Thompson's public rooms. wIWi stock of merchandise d rnriiffl uesiriiiK m rii mio int. uoifi leaanuanors, nnsuvute, ienn., lor uuormaiion regarding our sivccmi "ar- rule of hogi at Columbus, Ind., Inst week. Judge Hughes bought nnd livery and goods bur.lness will men' Line" rate. If you are uJ at preMUt enjoying telephone service, we Will find this a fine jt.hi.i Bunn i oio, imyins IU5 lor n good price to location. parties. make cin immcliatcly interest you. Our line cover tlio States of Kentucky, Call rleht uuv ui lucui iir. ciiiKiiciy aifo uougni seven sows and n boar, jmylnc nbout on or wrllo O. II. MASTKKS or Clias. lennetwee, Msisjippi, Louisiana aiul the Soutlicrn twrtiou of Indiana aud Illinois. EAST TG'NESSEK TKL. A THL. CO. tho tamo price. These hogs wer0 ship Itowyer, McKlnncy. Ky. ( INOOHPOKATKOl ped here last Saturday by expresj, thP charges being $55 The hogs nttrnrted Public Sale much attention. This breed of hogs U nald to bo Immune from cholera. A LirKe numner were disposed of at this sale nt nn nverage prrce of 170 llegimiing nt 10 o'clock A. M a head, nnd buyers from ten different m will offer for t.ale at our plat atales were present. HnrrodshurK King s Mountain. Kentucky, on icrald. S. J. Kmhr, Jr, bought a very hand-sori- c Saturday Apri', 1st 1911, llitlo Shot and stallion last week' I'lw head of homos, const tiiic of 1 fro J. I). IIniT2lll. tho miltlnnnlrn J 'UgBX mare, flue breeder, will mun, cf LexliiMoii, for which he nald I5J00. The little fellow Is hut 40 Inches drop colt In April by Carroll I'reston.tvt I i. . tilrvli nM.l - 1... ...! IllllHi'r'la-M- r 1. m m 1 yxtra tnddle ' dSBosMi m .' mare; breeds well. 1 vi will put him In u.t stud later tho family horse, trusty, old Father I.eo, 17-to Something New tlie VjenUltie UllVCr p'" At W. H. Wiggins' in the RIDING CULTIVATOR uu 13' ., 1, Line, Company. m n..l rl It attracted the crowd Monday. W. H. Higgins. KUflAL TELEPHOHms. e mule-foote- ra amaBBBBBEEBaBBBBB&Lq W "N lr.' - Fir $350 JOE CHANCELLOR HORSE Take CARDUI 6ELLS CRACK TO S. T. HARBISON State fcafc Tiiist (o. A BANK'S FIRST DUTY Security to its Deposi- tors. AN w? Joe Chancellor sold his great sorrel HarbiThe Woman's Tonic combined gelding to Shelby T Monday son, of Lexlnston, at Danville Beware of strong, noxI?r;.'r.uSNl,iS;.',5rrJ He received ?S50.0u for him, as Mr. ious, mineral drugs, that Just tho Harbison saw In thU Horse sink Into your system, sturf that brines money In the east. like lead to the bottom of Mr. Chancellor's horse hnd been rreat basin of water. a ly admired and he had many offers Cardui is purely vegefor him but sturk to His price of 1350 table and contains no and cot It. This horse was sired by poisonous minerals, or M. 8. llaughman's great stud George dangerous drugs. Hur. aresucrs, loiaing oeu; sewing macnine. the paper. I'nviell & Depp, o Hustnnvlllo It is perfectly safe and 17 rocking chnirs, dining chairs, new young sold two mighty tine harmless, for use by old CINCINNATI MARKETS. iMorri rhnlr. ono cood stovo ranee mares to Harper & Ca., of Saulibury, and young, and may be N C. They goot $300 for a three-yeit- r and all other household and kitchen taken, as a tonic, for old Dignity Dare raaro and JtOi) for a Cincinnati March 21st Cattle He. necessities. Dignity J)are maro, and XtOO for a celpts 1,873; market otcady; fair to months, without any possi TKRMS. All sums under J10, cash Dare All more. common 5.15ff6.1S; good shippers ble harmful effect Try it Hoga Receipts 1.S73; mar- S10 and over, cash or bankable note. $2.2504. Fully nine out of every ten cases ket steady; fair to good shippers Hit MURPHY A ACTON, of rheumatism Is simply rheumatism 7.10; common 1707.25. Sheep ReKing's Mountain, Ky. of tho muscles duo to cold or damp, ceipts 147: market steady; 12.25 4.1E Are you frequently hoarse? Do or chronic rheumatism, neither of ivambs Market steady, i4..'5Sfb.jU. Chamberlain's stomach and liver you nav that annoying tickling In which require and Internal treatment your throat? Roes your cought annoy all that Is needed to secure relief H Someone broke into the Goorge tablet are safe, suroby and reliable, thousands of R you at night, and do ycu ralFe mucus free application of Chamberlain's 1 Inl Lunsford's heu house :he other night ana have been praised womeu who have boen restored to In the morning? Do you wnnt relief? mpnt Give It a trial.. You are cer and ftnle about 30 hens. Mr. I.uns-for- health through their rrentlo aid and If so take Chamberlain's Cough reme-ltni- n lltes on HanclnK Fork and Is to le pleased with the quick re-ay ana you win dc picasea. aoia dj jer vhich It alorns. Bom oy u L. I watching for the thief If makes anoth curative properties. Sold by f. I Penny. fenny s urug Btore. er visit. Penny. C"od Wutrli fur his nd. Joe Mur;h) nnd his handsome tnl-- ' filt by Joe Drown. Jr. Tliti colt Is ilon Garrard Chief at Danville Mnn- vu'll bred, will make a combined mare, day where he attracted much atten- - .v.,rks e"' ' ...vpnr.0i.i rm,. i... JO tion. This lellow swtfpt all tho fnlr rings in Texas, nnd Mr. Murphy Is nl- Hrov.ii, Jr.. both of these colts are reatiy belnu crowded with orders for out of a good saddle mare. I extra seawnj this year. The Interior Jour- - F00(1 yearling filly by old Preston. In nal has Just Issued a anndsome folder 7 n,'vt,t ror Mi. Murphy trlllng all nbout thtslflnc 8,,al'' l Na ' mllk great horse. See his advertisement In Pe lr In gooti Vhape. 2 bugg'c , . one, n rubber tire practically new, 2 another pavt of this paper Ttf r n mor caurrh la thb Mttioa r tw roootir gets of buggy harness, lap robes horse mOtct illmri put tottUir. wui will U Uj thu ul etc., 1 bicycle, iw yr.ni wu nippotad w t tonmbic. dlMAw rnt blanket, saddles, and 3i&nr yen docten fnuf4 It ft nracrami lani rrmtdiM. ud iir nuwiiir uiirn grind stone, Chattanoopn double shot rl Plow, new lattn mower, garden plow ySSft r' Htnhen.. ,Kst.holo dlKgers etc. 2 Co . Toln!. Ohw. ti Ua Mir Onat)tuttoau run m 12 or IS barrels of salt, lot of meat trora it me m .run. It la taian laUreaiir la a '?. L.K!U!:. !i "JSJiST"'.!. ":.?1 and lard. .?. 'IUUIVU IUIIWTI yaj waa VM " i.in.lrJ iktllara tar anr taaa It (alia la cure, btat Alio our household aud kitchen fur- 4.. ipitl.r .nil IMtlmnBbLl. AMri k j riikNur co. Toiraa. oiu. nlture. consisting ol 2 organs, 2 kltch - "tiiaxiiTriimorcitiiuna en cabinets, 2 dining tables 2 safes, M. S naughmnn Is Kolng to staro (2 hook rasou and desks combined, I 1 - ",., 1 teKVffrVfiSi?JS !; !! ir Have added a new and complete fKA line of magazine and poriodicnls as fcW well ai the latest approved fashion kj4 journals and invite your inspection. PJ PENNY'S DRUG STORE STANFORD. KENTUCKY. BEBESBiBSm&imm-JfiFSTANFORD. KENTUCKY X FIRST NATIONAL BANK, - - - $50,000 SURPLUS EARNED $25,000 CAPITAL d d Organized in 1882. Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. HONOR ROLL All Kinds of Pleasure Vehicles Are Now Handled By R. M. ARNOLD, In order to accomodate the trade with k high-cla- ss BANK Is a Bank Whose Surp. ns is equal to its Capital. goods, aside from those we manufacture, we have : added a complete stock of The Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Court-lqus- e S rVI-V- B nkHKI kkkkkkkkWkkW Sjttreys vt ti . . Phaetons, l ?.v. Pony Carts kkkkkkkkkkk Stanford, Ky. Has A Capital of - $100,000 Surplus of - $100,000 PUBLIC SALE! Oa Saturday Apill 1st I will sett to Lb hlskest bidder my farm containing about 05 acres of land, dwelling hous and out buildings, the land Is 'all in cultivation. A flue medical well hnfl also abundance ot viator. At tho 'same time and place I will also sell a number of otler thlnei sue" R" "ogs "torses, and other stoca, nnd farming implements. Teems made Known on day of sale, J D. STKKNUKIUJEN 2 o' Crab Orchard, Sale begins at clock ! M 4vSiy 7wt$l mMhl 11 )hs,!e&&sN LJIUMtFlKS3:f5iSitf8S vZKf y And anything not in stock we will order at small cost. Any make desired will be furnished. Now on display in our new vehicle room, Arnold Hand Made Buggies in all styles and Phaetons, Surreys and Pony Carts from the best factories. ou W R. M. ARNOLD, Danville, Ky.