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The Stanford interior journal: March 28, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911032801_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 28, 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. v VOLUME XXXVIII. flTIPIfct POP The Stanford Interior Journal. NO. 24. 8TANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1911. I EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. DUJinCOJ An unknown assassin firing from ambush, shot and probably fatally Dclcctlvo1 UAMT CTBEETQ HIIFH woundcd ' & N. Hallroad lYAIll ul!CiEilJ UlLUli i(M(, m Baxter Station, Harlow noun Diril lTlLH tniPrnP ( (Nft rJPfDfl nPHMRM MliCT fJ7T Tfi NEGRO KILLED IN nu imuiw iiiiuimn 1UUli ul,i iv NORTH OF OAKDALEi LANCASTER HOP JOINT WORK, SAYS JURY; Mrs. J, C. I'rntt of Colorado has been tho guest of Mrs. Jnhn Simpson, of'OllLLr nt ,7; .' i i i y W v I N rs CHARLEY DAUGhMAN GIVEN SIX-- , AGREED TO DY Q. A C, OFFICIALS LUTHER RAY, PROMINENT DEING DISTRIBUTED TO FAR-villAND FIREMEN'S STRIKF IS TY DAYS FOR VAGRANCY RARD COUNTY FARMER MERS WHOSE FlioCKS WERE DECLARED OFF AND OTHER CASES DEAD OTHER LATE VISITED Br DOGS. 8H0ULDDED0NE. MRS. MARY YAGER PENDING. NEWS OVER THE LINE. County Clerk Gcorgo I). Cooper has Iho strlko of whlto firemen on the Active agitation In being started oy DIES SUDDENLY and Frnnk Tinder went as dolegnter been busily engaged for the past Strict enforcement of tho vagrancy Q & C. rcuto was declared off Saturn number of progressho business men Innca8ter March 27. to th0 C. B. Convention In Durgln. week or so paying out money to sheep ,aw ln K ' Stanford Is to bo day night after an agreement bad been ol aumford to have tlio mnln buslnoa DELOVED AND Circuit court hns entered on lis owners whoso flocks wcro visited by O. II. Anderson shot and killed lien und roMdenco streets of tho city oiled "ad in Uio future, and Idlo negroes signed by representatives of the Broth wnMAM ruccumos TO crhood of Locomotlvo Firomcn and Ouyn, a negro at th0 hop Joint on 4th week hero. Tho trial of John Call dogs during tho past year. The folspring. Tim heavy wind of tho this who havo been loafing nbout tho HEART TROUDLE. co for killing his first cousin Irvine lowing havo been allowed tho amount l Knglncmcn and llorac0 Baker, week or bo. havo kept dust fly Campbell street Thursday afternoon May, streets of the city will havo to get to was completed, the being opposlto trclr names. nmnngcr of tho railroad. " '. " m mi ... ins .1 ",..i ....- llret (trial (to como Tlio agreement Is to nil appear Both men wcro said to bo under the voluntary manslaughter. verdict Unexnoctcdlv In tlu, early morning! . lfl J. M. Acton $21.23 , Kepi m homes havo been ,,.()HC0 c , months on hours Inst Krldny March 24th. tlicro Up ., Tho case of Mrs. Salllo Pence Jos I all Anderson anco n compromise, both sides yield- - influence of whisky. A special Grand condition. peacefully away unto tho other lfi.i'o )n Jury was Impaneled Trlday morning against tho city of Danvlllo for $800 II. C. Anderson .., t that cnUro city can rnsscd soul of Mary McKlnney Ugcr BUCh a cnrK0 can ho tokcn os m, dnmnges to her fnrm by tho building II. C. Anderson dlcaUon ot lmIjc .01ltment. Charles hnM. thn .n.i ih - City Hfo nnd 18.GJ In tho case. " H , Olieu m n "" ..,. .. 7 . .. to find un Indictment ..." ... . l,lnw of thn lain William YliKer. of the wnter works, went out of court A. Ucngo yuuow negro, n 8.21 . uhukihuiiii, piortu wno went out on n siriKc snail ,viii i, naked to tano up mm V. A. Lear shipped a car load of tamrt troub o ed kh ,,eIng n vaKrant untlcr mr. 1 1.91 Tho Letcher Hunch Instructions. ro.lnBtatcd( the raroa(, WIIlpany hogs Thursday to Hubbard, House &. on peremptory bo dono It "MB i nufferer from on", wn" "" mnt .worn out by Rev. I). M. Walker. howovor, rc8Crvlng tho rlgt.t to 8 0,,nB toinVrvnt."ub.crlptloninaybonili-18.C7 of Quince Tankerslcy for the J W. Haughman , company. Ho al- trial prepared for and waiting the prcat flIlt()r of tho chr,Htlnn killing of John Ross last summer was If. Hrown church fMBe too employ any flroman who hai Itogedale a Cincinnati Saturday. 7.48 so shipped n car load tl,nnR o tho more perfect I ro be- - Ammg ,hn wl(nc8RPB a(.alnHt nrt,1Kll ,romlnIUcd any called Mondny morning, with Judge M. S. Haughman 10.45 act ot vi0icnco (ill objection raised to oiling Th Mrs. U. !'. Hudson entertained tho ho stepped over the. bonier ,,, ,,,, 14.93 103t pronl.,nB thc Btrlkc. N of , flreraen cannot CbauUiuqun Clrclo Wednesday after- I'D or, of Cynthiann, sitting In tho J. M. Cress u that for a short Mm J0"'1 "' nn,! t ' 4.4J community and at bo employed north of Oakdal. r.ent rltlens of tho chso os Judge Walker was erayloycd as Reuben Curtis irior lIToIl ha .born spread. It cllnits noon. a translation. u UOncluslon of the trial, tho jury!nPMre. 11. tlu coundc! for the prosecution. Judgn 13. F. Cain Tho pcrccntpgo if legroes pedestrians, nnd hns n t0 n" Yager was born In 1870. one of of Mimes. Elizabeth Simpson and Ocor- Mrs 246.04 f0und him guilty and I.!. punl.h.(Cnuycd on January 1st, 1U11 shl Walker hns been appointed by Gover- - J. T. Duddcrar "nSnr mI the hems of women's pla Dunn the latter being district presi- noMVIlson lldren In tho a. ally o: f .V .than , rmiflMom,.m ., nt.. ol bc t.xte(UC(1 Ilereafler and negro 110.14 to try the case of John V.'.lw. H. Duddcrar ln lhe but a anmoanco Nucn dent, weie delegates to tho Christian Lewis ngalnst Green county, ln which W. II. Duddcrar McKlnney, 8r. and Rett In Cobb a broth- jai co days this IicIiik tho nn iirnnicn 29.12 cannot bo unsigned to more Hndeavor Convention nt Burgln. tho nm) a gHlor MM IuIa (ii( (.onvctIoll W( NnBn n Mn offpIlf, lini, thAit 14.93 Jucipo I. H. Thurman the regular Samuel Damcron f of tho and . roauwny. negro minstrel will bo An old time into th0 llnght. surviving, When iiulto a against this negro, though ho wns preferred freight runs. Thomas ForrcH Judge, Is disqualified to set. io.91 given at th court house, Friday even1,cr f"thor died UHln convicted nnothcr tlmo for carrying C C. Gover 91.08 OILING ,",,n" vMUl In can,, any tinestiou arlpi-over ing .March, .'list, and Saturday April WOMEN CLUB INDORBbO mo(Iirr , ,lcr tu l(1 cnr1 ,)f h concealed. tU.atl.r wcftpn. jLUburn Gooch 11.95 tli, now agreeinenl either side may 1st, go for As part of tho proceeds ' "r" """ . 'iock "f " Stereophcon Views ,' t(, Jud llaM,h,n.. was .Mfended by At.or-- ' ,T 11. Hammonds 35.81 AK on Wsdnday af- , d"a eall'mee ,, , ., ,.,. j. H. 0wb1o), .,r, nm, t umU)l. Un8llIugt0I1( nm, iU itxMm ,' Uie the Lancaster hospital, a good rrowil " jj h. M. Hopkins 7.48 Purpose of present will bc " '" 44.80 mo! mat no win i.iko an appeal nora , I;;, bU 1)e fina, ON "WHITE PLAGUE- - TO BE GIV J. L. M. Hopkins . to lowing year nnd at "- lloyston and son of Mrs. James imihii, lane n rninn nijf.wi m ,tliH juilginent. Attorney K. H. Altorn Benjamin Howard 14.93 The ndlrond company gives it out ....!,....EN HtKt rKIUAY tVtlNINIi ,.!,. nf ln.wl rnn. .. ....... undliig to other imiIK,rtant business, f,'"rch work, she win always true io conducted a vigorous prosecution. that during thP strlko threo have been dim rvnuiii-j uwuf,i(, u John Herzog G.9S CUOsen following "mccr" Mnrseo Tho Vlc0.irt.,jthe Master's service In December Among the witnesses who testified to Mlled. six wounded und property des- talnlng 31 acres, from White 8.96 The Womnn's Improvement Club, of Ambioso Hunn ' ITfsldont Mrs. J J. for f 91 per acre, ',Scfrcnrr!l!'&0 sh0 beenmo the wlfe of William ,e..ng Ituugliman habitually loallng troyed to tho amount of ve S.9C Is delighted to announce the T. B. Hammonda s Stanford Mrs. J. t WP' Ulent lYsger and of this union thorn nr about the streets of tho clly and do- Mrs. J. Fleece Koblnbon was Win, Jackson 7.48 4 Hind dollars. This howevor, Is bollei r Friday coming of Mr. Eugem, Kerner, Secre Wra. Jackson ' Jlrs for tho Embroidory Club 'born two sonu William nnd Huxton. Ing no work were H MrRohrrti. X. ed hern eto be underestimated. Mi" 17.17 tary of tlm society for the Prevention Mlsi Katn Alrorn. 11. D. Car-- ! nlteinoon nt her home on Lexington ,. 31.3C 'done good work , ,lelt to tho care of the faithful grand- c McC.ary. Chief of In tho state of Ken ,hcss,c v. no mu, walcllod nffHlrs gny thst Thtaolub has A most tempting llunchcon of tuberculosis am. other relatives sfect. an Rev 1) M Walker. 7.48 lrr. ,.ec to do rawnt. tucky Mr. Kerner will gjvo a ster - iJaa - McKecunle the imsi year and Is planning added to thc meeting. nger, the latter tuning heard llaiiglnnan ri-- L. -ear Tho mortnl remalnt of Mrr ' he be. cptienn lecture Friday evening at 7 ",,,,, Mill mom in the lulur.. Prof. D. W. IlndKes who has serv jBd cemQlrry w, a. n. iUUUCIIOy .l J tween the eouipany April 31st. anu u w""n !" Poiiik bo ed as principal of the graded school o'clock Sunday morning, services being con Mack llrueu. that ' If he fooled with L. P. .. 15.68 well organized ifi'i'tnn to meet the upponl of all th here fiao Just handed In tls rcslgna 'The Vhlt0 Plague" will be shown W. H.Nunnelley wlitl,, to .rt M Wnl- - mo they'll havn a bUgur flrn tlinn Pcpples ... 20.91 . n-nmiinalllnn was ducted by her pa.tor Rev. D. .. . . i - i In nil If. lilfllnua fnrmft nnil rnnill Tlie street imik tlon to the uonru ot trusiees io nrrepi, i'ti also firemen. w -- , pcnDiog . .... 77ilG uo,h:or. A larco concourso of friends and that In town." Sninrnl other Sheriff McCarty was called to Kings :t morn lucrative uosltlon as urlnelpal tlons Every home In Kentucky needs .r.nrtissptl nnd It Is bellovea win ones nthered to pay tht Inst heard tho negro tnaku this remark nt W. 11. Pcpples 50.71 n Mountain Saturday upon report that tMs lecture will M. the suecessiuiy. ran led out . of the high school nt nichinond. good woman, tnken so the tlmo J. H Ilniikhnian & Co.,'s big ins Pike .. .. I linvn ant aRltlll tribute to this a railroad engineer and ;; that Aprti ni umi --!..119 Russell Clown of Stanford. Misses five to it. We appeal to tho fallen Pence Bros., . . suddenly from their midst 'Warehouse burm-d- . detective had been shot. iu juubr iiuopio m.u Penc0 Bros., ns for sprlnr cleaning days nnd ttosa Hallli- - Brown and guest. Miss i:ilai""u Bnugbman admlttwl hlnutelf that h J2i two dnyi will bo dovoti--l to cleaning ' Thompson and Miss Lizzie Bettes of children, the educators, physicians and ccero Reynoldg had done no work since working on Wagons will ?" " "'"o muu v, u shankB May Get Garden Seed and beautifying the city. this city irotorcd to Danville. Wcdr.os 240 th0 court hotiM) nbout II months ago. re Concrete Walks ana learn what "may become a great Mrg BettIe n jfgr, l.c furnished to enrry off tho rubbish day. wh0 ald h nlwnv had money and but nmy clean county, we neea Mrs. Bettlo It. White 2140 A team ot Mr. W. A. Arnold's be - ;u'M6ing to, Lincoln ... that everybody In town MnrrrtllVCd With his RtCpfatllCr and mother' A .,.. .nt . niin.l.or nf nrnmlmml if ri ' IN Lrwl li.ul In nnv Tin Iwi.inl r..n .. . STANFORD nam.. frlilitrnpil nt Ihn whlstln of tlio tc Know ail mat call uo leunicu on n:e iiimcieuu . ... .... ttuilr uremlsos. nnil OHUErfED DOWN J .,. Plague." Mrs. O. M. xWado 150 ?. . . 2 . m : " I...,. h mm ,,.;. ..t... nn, pv r.,TV -Rmnl nm,rlne mill last Friday andbect-o- f "The White J. (!. Carpenter W. O. Walker "- .1.0 oauiruay in 1011 J. Dickey, Pres. Mrs. ran Into Mr. Silas Moss1 milk t",l""s Hnrcy Helm how much Harrodsburg ,uuul-- ' Henry Thomas . O. V.atts v. r- Attorney Alcorn might to The flty fjwucll Is determined to completely demolishing it nnd crip- - chairman health committee. a covornment bulldlnR Con- - ' drhlris AppralBCr8 ICO , ...... -........ 1.. ..,.. . .1, .. . l,( I..M ' ..l.l 1.1.., tlr VnK - hnil tost 111 uuuus m 'lln """"-" " iiiiiiiiu iik ruuu orn i.""b " Magistrate's feo rno DFPRESENTATIVE gressinnn Helm promlhed to tin ..;i I ,,, .,,. ., rotten out 01 me wnpm or n 1 , onnecting Iianghinnn witn 1.0- - , r!o ' t'', n'l "" ",,n- TheJ IN CASEY COUNTY. OVER thought bo would have been killed. ing a "booth ggT" nnd blind tiger In the im- I'ter In automobiles. 1..1 .,, , ... incuuiiK uiurfiui nigii: r:,Uo, " t'wy and Humoii win. i u.f w.v icTV M,.mtll Uilnn Biker ciovpr openuor uui uie court ruieu aucti nu III,. I Hu kVI illn r.i.li.ru.l u iiiinil.oi- - nf ....o. u. w T,mnhrnvj.t.-wn ..j..l.i to r rv- i- uuuu nniMTinM iiiitu i.ii " ., . . . lull I I n ivi ,. , , , ' "'"K irrevciant in tuw; In tho lower noue nauie. nm.. uj i..t- u.uU .,. v, Dwlinan. uenco t,ut a LER BROS, 101 RANCH was or eonoroto eldewnlk her little now snatches grandf on who i In the ro ,on c A nRrdli aitiC- iixt seneral assembly.Saturday Hen- ,)r w Jt A. S. H. It. . Ther,. was a large crowd In the!ta,d '" ""I'to old. worn out brick B0 badly burned that his death Is Will Uroiks of Crab Orchard, who ..Miran i.rimary held been traveling wlU. a shoo hou ,. Smn(,k. JlIO r! p... court rmiiii to hear tho trial and much ptivinjt. and it is undorktood that the 'expected . the r rnon.M. editor of ,. CaseyI Com.- . , ,. u.iiv- 'JJ i;u uy .a - has tnc past - . years, rcsigneu nis vurptt-- i by King William 97. 1st dam ,.....!...... r i.u " tor uy ..a iiHwtFiiu on. nn tftit pain. las. I' Spllninn, T. Sanders On. ml kl.irl mn U'Hk iivnr.Bnil :lt' thn vor cood work will Im eonllnuod "e wmow wmiiuwu. " .!. cs no ' nu n th.s county ptace this week, and will go on thoiToxawny 4m8, also registered in ol. uict It !s unilerstood that other cakor .ilmltizlv hU.phm, spring and simmer. Paving ordeml lJInt "elshborhood in this .' Jaketbo JB0hl npRroc8 , ro and Walker Logan drovc. to Paint road wlth tht, Great Miller. Broj. 01 10 A. T II It.. She jy Abdallah Mlim. . mm, mi. r.. 11 (iniucr. iieorgo !, in? . win seen on ho street, doing nothing and hud was from Mrs. Uattl. Mrby s , kk and wee unUedln ,nnrraBe by Kallt;h show. Tho Messrs. Mlller are Jliritln 371ft ho h.. Almnnl m Onil iln.Ti : ; - ",- - Crit -- r. by hmt representative who could have fciw nrtln. nnd Col. Geo. Bohon Lady DavU by "A.;: Davis, "z:. i.. r." wearing good clothes will bo pressed, corner on thL. north aldo of .Main . tho Rev. D. H. Frlevson. Presbyter- - ttorwer Crab Orchard boys nnd are Cliief; Jrd dam Mattle S. by Bourbon vn .ohHtod oxcept some democrat. Foreign under the vnsrnncy law. It h s U lutley avunuo; from W. K. Wnrner's jmi pastor at Paint Lick church. preparing to como to Kentucky, nnd Light, by. Foreigner, by Imported G en W T Bro'Vii won n renomlnstlon for J- M.ihan bought a bow and S to Stanford this season. They have co; 4th dam Bottle C. by Cuurfins-ham'- s House Burns Down hh,.rirf by 374 otes. statue concerning this misdemeanor cor,u-'r- ' to nu ,f ,rwt- - uml a11 ,lril': Copperbottom; Gtb, dam bv tuo biggest and best Wild West Show-which ImsP'SO from F. L. Yantls for 533 . wns drafted for Introduction In thoInviiK on East .Main Buzzard. Lancaster wil! follow now in tne ltl th C0Untrv to dav. Thev havo n Almont Dare "the natural show nninu COLORED FAMILY LOSE THEIR leslfcliiture b tho late Judge- M C fit -(mo of the worst Ulsa-to- ra oniAtOil wltti itt. iiotin or1rriw! .., anvvu ... . ,. ... ., i.s w. ln.1t..l,l.lnl burning id th" itju m uiiir tniu in ium uiuitiuuui . horse without the KNIFE AND KRUP-PEtheir umrtn York since tho Saulley. Ho wrote a whipping pnjit ALU BY F)RE must to repaired at once, or cfimlminion Clips W1 bo used for Sun- or wclghter shoes. The rccu't c'iMimi .into the law, which wns eut stofliner (lunernl Sloruin wns a flra oilmen, will bo put down in its placo la) couuimnion at the Chrlsllnn nko to show In (,lIg sectlon ,f pos. of a lire long mating with tho beht build ntiirdav afternoon In a The small lrswrt house of iiJitsoh out by the legihlntho eommltt.-'ilres nnd dams obtainable .and ns Tim council purlicluised a uuantit church. sn,e Thclr show hns been' wintering proof of his rich breeding his colts Ing nt Wnsblngton I'lure and Grrono ,.Cor (,rc,t iniiRht flro fiom Mnnv now think that It would be a Ml'' Luther Ray, or lower C.arrard , Now Vorl; whero Mr Rroojcj iel are winning wherever shown nnd bo 140 perMiiis,,,),! In unlch oer Saturday inornlng and fidelity good addition to the law low or now firo hoso and ordered the street. Ing offered as high as $230 at 10 days Saturday after a lingering Hi- - to Jon them mint!) )oung alrW and v.omen, l"ft wn ( oiupitely do troyed. Th,. fac ever, and it is probable that an ni'iond- - city oidiniiures compiled and printed ,Jlei1 old to 5600 at 2 yoars old. Rny was en- r.cBs of tuberculosis. v couveiiiPiit pamphlet form. liie virunw wn their lives timi the hoime was near the railroad nient to secure It will bo Introduced Thesa colts are not of GRADE .. ,!oys of the Triangle WjukI Ct Mont ,,nil a iUiidorblo distance irom ther at the coming session of the (fensral Mr. and Mr;. James T. Mcnrfce naged In a fight with a neighbor by MARES, send me a GOOD MARE UaCll AlTlVeS of creedmore Turner. In which ftom tie i.ouhjs In ilfrksvllle. wns all that Assembly. and get a BREAD WINNER. He is a ol them leaped to deitli of Danville, were hero Inst wool; on Turner wab Instantly killed and Ray lull brother to Nottleton that sold at eighth, ninth and tenth storloi 01 mo llVed, tho colored settlement from Fields Snlter, Jr., was tried on n for JG00 nnd to Foxy Dare Sounded number or times. Tho de AND TAKES CHARGE OF HIGH a building. Many wore suffocated wlill0 ut.iR wpej (, UB n,0 xvater pressuro charge of vagrancy tho same after-a- t a visit to his parents. that has won more premiums ttnn anv 'CM,ei1 wab "9 ycnrs old nnd lfl sllr SCHOOL BALL TEAM. whllo others ;wnH totaiy UC(jejuutt. s- - the scene noon but It being shown that l v Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Itlco.'or Louis work at tho machines, niaro over sired by Dignity Daro and , j(v anj. gooj ti10 y,ayvr worked until ho began having hemor vile, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ewlng Hall, of lved by n wifo and 3 chhildren. were crushed to death from leaping of tn list of others too numerous to mennr- died Mr. Joseph Arnold aged Mr. Blackburn Bohannon, of tion. down nn elovntor Bhlialt. house engine was pumping at 12.1 rhuges, when ho was compelled to quit nnd Lewis Phillips, de- - tcr n protraclea illness of tuberculosis He is a beautiful bay 16 hands high fort who will coach tho Stanford High pounds pressure, but from defccthoibftrd manual labor, he was acquitted Th innnstrator of lhe Westcott aufomo h0 was a Confederate vctcrn of the School Base Ball Toam this soason, weight close to 1200 pounds. , . ., Mrs. Robert Gentry nnd threo small shortest backed one you evor saw and Uio motored her0 Friday and wero1 David Logan company or this conn- - orrVed Monday night and took owing to location will make thc sen death Hnturday woud llo fcpouti 13 feot from u, J0I. children woro burned Receivership mllai from tho guests of Mrs. Sue Yeager for th.i ' and ,B survived by a widow and charge of the squad at once. The son at my stable 2 nil lit In a fire which destroyed their xl0i A BUbgcriptlon was raised 'io iron children, Misses Virginia ana Neil "uia Timers- - wno went oout to snow HustoPTltle on Liberty .pike at $16 to at Livingston. Robert Gentry UtSiUt y,,, n0ckers, who lost oery. l.iiun day, living colt Will also stund u Arnold of this city James Arnold of the youngsters how to play tho game Insure young nd fathitr of tho victims, wns thing they had In tho riro. COM. fine big borso at $10 to iritcre PORTRAIT FOR EUREKA Columbus S. C, nud Ralph, of Har - On Inst Friday wero beaten so badly Mares traded or bred ekowhere rnn Tnftn MTnriAV ..... pioh'Mr '"tally burned In a dospcr-- i PANY GOE8 UP THE SPOUT. Ldliey the official scoro keeper throw nwa den season due. Grass furnlsbod ct t Irodsburg. nto, but futllo effort to save them Mrs- - J' A- - Amon' MrB' W noss Das hlB b00k and 8ent t0 town for an ad" $2 per month. Personal attention givTRAlTnRrHAiin fiM'try I" employed by tho Louisville iUDllC Utile uie& but not renpotulbln and JHss Sue Anna Lear have re- - ing machine. Simply another case of en to all stock, Correspondence, and . ft Nnfl'vll'o railroad, and hss been In for accidents. ' several days shopping "couldn't come back" Tb0 Eureka Portrult Company, which chnigt- - of tho Livingston coal bins. Ho Inspection Invited. Job,, McCorley. one of tho best iiaving rented my turtn win mH hab bcen ongapod In business hero edition to Cincinnati. Dame Itu- The Lancaster Hl.h School has 8. T. POWELL, tnui,. to Livingston nbout four yean known cltlx.ns of th0 But End dlrd ,v nnnnlHn nxmn nf hA - nn at public outcry to ttio hlKhcst bidder hIIaJ .in linn I ihnt tlwifli la n4l1IV nWlll nf l""cu Huatonvllte, Ky po from Marshall, N. C. '" "' ' "" the past few yoars, has recent at bib home In Crab Oicbard. Mondny luu' ""B " " nt my place C miles east ot Stanford for Mluroajr nna xrol ,rV bet ly gonu Into the bands of a receiver, March 28th. after a long limes. HIGH FLYERS. and J. A. Iloazloy went now endeavoring to iret one of tho and 4 miles west of Crnb Orchard ou vna id 1,1 i r.,t nn Ti,..,tn. nni. ,i..i J. P. KING'S MOUNTAIN nnil M. A. Johnson, who was In charge hit- - n U. teams over for that day. .vices by Mr. J. C. McClary. Mr.'Mc 'to Danvlllo Thursday evening, the Thursday, April 6th 1911, .Mr. M. J. Murphy, of King's Moun( 'i general mauager, has tuUen a truv furloy wns about 40 yeurs of age, and ter to liavo conierreu on uun n mgn-- i tain, sunds thn 1. J., this for publica- The following property to wit: 1 fouro!iug pocitiou on tho road. For i 1 nji Hurvlved by hU wifo nnd six chll cr degree or .Masonry. M It tion: J0e 111611011 year old male in foal to jacK. 1 rour- - wbt, Mrs. Mort Scott has returned fomo said to hav,. dmie dreli. Klua's Mountain, Ky Mch 10. ycniHild pony and tmp, 1 yearling ',veit the company is roason It fell u visit to relatives in Nlcholasville. for souio but This Is to certify that wo tto under-nlgueby Pro.ton. ouo hoiso mule 12 ,,,nii ,Il(c,, Mrs. M. P, Frlbblo Is visiting W. C.oiES AT HOME NEAR ROWLAND u wa dcouuvl best Rolls of Rlct. did hear Bra. Coker say, during 1 LAST WEEK. Prico and fnmlly, of Danvlllo. yeais old, inaro mulo 10 vears old, 11 , 111 , up tho business. It Is wild 1 Tho most Important of the agrlcul-Bio. Pholps, meelliii: In December, I work horse, 10 years old, U u good ' Mrs. Parker Gregory la nt home pay 40 tural Industries of India H tho cultl- - oguiu, 1909 nt Plonbiiut Point that If anyone) On Saturday Maiuu L'oth at bis homo after a visit to Madison and driver. 1 good farm maro in foal to that th0 company will hardly 1 ration of rl.-e- of which a number of loin that church of Klnr'a Jack, 1 wanted near Rowland nbooul 2 P. M., tho Chester JpwcI m.ir,iviits of tho II. Wololi Rochester w.ih varlettus lire pioduced. differing In Mrs. II. II. Hall, of Winchester. Mountain or Methodist church to come good worker, 1 spirit of Joe Melton aged 41, returned Mi rnd Mrs. Shcrloy Elktu of U! nuio boioe, 6af0 for KMtlctt n8 recelvor. ....... i .. .. . . . M. J. Murpny, Irn Ronton, size, und coloi of grain r. wi II rt'ot'a w-u. 1 ir. ;on Virginia aro gnosts of. Mr. 1.io uio uou wno gavo 1. , iiir V number of local men hold tlio a8 i bli:iiM It. F. Hogue, Graco women nnd rblldreu to tlrlvo; Siisl- K. 8Uiti)Mm.x cutlun.y ..irpoc. li ik. WertHin nm res. I nnd U years old. I Idled of tuberculosis of the brain. He au-- l MrB T. S. tilkln. Miss Kthel Wnll Kngniio Wnll, Mury Dj'o, Alonzn good worko.'s; I cow and 7 pig, lot of cQiiliollliiK Interest lore, nmmi thoji Mu'- - t". u C'U.' 1. r .re uuuual- Hilton, of Stanford Is with Mr. und wu.i one of Lincoln's best and most ., ...in. .. 11.... ......... . . .1. 1. .. u ii.m, n, 11.' i.v pu ' i""'r ... , 1'adRett. , iiiuur iu(,s. - iuiir rum , n 11110 jurrur . . "dw on" o" iht - " ",v" 11. (' Biitson. Fleet respected cltlzina and will bo tnissid Mis ilor-l1 TOrl'-tlcnrrlase with polo and rluftw, 1 set ivv u Vis. :.i",, i u.l'r II. R. FvKate.l ,,; la IN'ngt'in for mcdle.U troat lv n host of true friend who dilly Hlmnka. il. A. Johnaon .y. v. m'ouuIo usirns.. fnriuliu lai..l. .1 or ! 1 t u to II. t I ind .:eh ()f " wn 0 lli- -t idnmoil his ; i't t oroof t city ha pltals. Mis. minittorod to him during rij Ion" con Ky( ia s, i,. Kossnor, of ,iUHO- ,,u. '. Ui r.tatrU the cr uie - Jit you jr. mutaAgtui May Ood bo merciful t" .' to' rrankfnrt Is l8ltIrg,flnoMHinL htituv b uus Vim kni 1 die ! wlf,. he leaves to fight tor, Mr R t"i U sUler, Mrs.. tho devoted Kiwnnil ufter Mint Ihijn rn4?A amount n e on are kui.ik les's Atnlca Snhe and wrote: . "I der,3 citu Ovuer thatby bnnkablo credit Uie tub it W A4i!' M's. (luorgo Miller LtibkiUfos rusged battles mono note a of mnnlss ieoured ich Fsrui iss entirely hesleil with searct-lyby flP' He was Uid to to't In tho Goshen blgtiei Ambiguous. nr s Wslt to Mr. It. K. . tonilng 0 por cent Intorost from dnto u l! n- 1U1I seur Iffl." Heali Burn. IlolK . b nuiib.nd, Asklncton-S- bi' - remeter,. Snndnv n'lor sflrvlcos nt tho a rkh Cuts, Bruises, Sne'llngs. Coras, of sale. Walker has ro8 "k cubttt '" " Iojmc r 'I Only Si cnti W. R. DILLION. Stanford. It. F. D. I. hasn't xhei ml al tin auit I'Mi'i like mnuio. "i blev, tat ut ttay in FUrfdu losldenro by J. G, MoClnry. N' ti ct Penny's Iruc Store. J, P. Chandler Auct. . mti WINDS OF THE PAST WEEK HAVE sent for to trnll tlio assailant. CHOKED UP EVERYDODY s o WELL-KNOW- Ington, Mcholasvlllo and Frankfort GAR. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Robinson of Dnn-'iIS havo been visiting Dr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Klnnnlrd, Mrs. Jonas Hucker of Illchmond has been with her sinters tho Misses Shugars. John MclloberU nuV;27 'I Qlirrn MAtirv fUK CAD luUflLI LINCOLN COUNTY ' lkt 1 ., gun-cra- , .,. ..-.- ,,.n.ii ."... lj ,. '.hrt ' n.,,. lfjl :." !,." Pw"'"y """', - 2u i oiloy.HotM.ie lU,,..,!,, ir fl ono-hal- .:......, s ' ,"r,rU,e r,l. ' ,"" Kf '" ,,.,. ,r-.- tv.. -- bos-toe- o""v. J - ,,,. '"t J, '" ' UJhevm" "". Aj........... '"' j -i- i", ; fton-ther- e edu.-atlo- 1 ,,. 1""."":.." ...grm '""'" u""'u " r .... aa 1 1 it-ii- t. ---- fathers. .,. "J 3 -- -- """", .M!j """ ""'s .. .l.l - n. "' .-. ,,...,. - ,,.. ',,', 1 .,'',',, ... ..... ,,,., ,..,,. ,,.., 'w . ..... ...., WiilWr, rv " ..' .T-ii- frnn ran u -- Almont Oare 3228 ,. TZ oiviii . '':- 'v. Senator ,,,,. - w ... .... - JkSau'lS -- r'-.v- j . cce .u strt ton-Htur- . ZITkSU .... Z 11 ,,, fe 1 Frank-Lexingto- 1 , i ; . j at ' 'sg "tin 1 11 "' IlelTTl.,, 1 "" 'r "' T bo-co- d I aj J , v ry .. Ilnn-ion- f.-- ; '; ' im ""' " i' fr '' ! '. ot ! vpih J m g J - tn - ,'! "art vr's. br ui - " 'ti 11 tr. mmmmim . i. i. ,.- - i75X;.st,.vaa THE WARFIELD The Great SALE at Onwnnl Cll Trial 224 TrottlnR. Dark Hay Stallion, 16 hands; foalcil AuRtist 1901, briil nt Vlllngo Farm, East Aurora N. V. First dam NaitRlity (llrl by Hex Amcrtcus 23200, rrconl 2: It M, sire of Littleton, ro 0T ronl 2 American Hollo 2:12 nml IS other In 2 .10 list; u con of Onwnnl fill, record 2:2f sire of Onward Slhor 2 0:. -4 and 170 others In tho 2:.10 Hut 1 3-3yr-roco- was Hired by (Jcorgn WIP'es Sam Robinson's vLcxitS Saturday, April 1st. USUALLY NEEDED. IN THE BUYING AND SELLING OF REAL ESTATE. THE SERVICES OF A BANK ARE USUAL LY NEEOED. IN THESE WE TRANSACTIONS, MAKE LOAN? ADVANCE MONEY ON MORTGAGES PROOE STAMPS, AND OTHERWISE ASSIST IN 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. 1; jmore trotting eroitoi than any su!-- j Hon alive. The Warlleld Is bv Dnro Devil. 21S"S King iword 2:03. He by Mamhrlno T.Q . ' . .... . t ... !.!.. ne uy ;inuiuruiu t,..nt.nn mj I'rt di-i- t. Second dam Duenna, drod by stum brlno King 12f, sire ol 75 Including; of the Manor 2.04 Lord Der3 4, Heir at Law 2:05 by oth era In 3rd dnru Dotlet, by Nutwood 6K the slio of 14 In th lift. 4th dam, Topar by Strnthmoro. 40t, ulre 90 In the list Sth dam, Millard, by Albion, 6th dam Ned by Kdwln Forest. 7th dam Ijidy Turner by Mamhrlno Chief II. The Wnrfleld was bred to only If. mare. He ha 12 fonts nil up headed plenty of style, size nml subsl'incc and plenty of speed. The Warfleld In n representative stallion m nil me be has term Implies. To say tl Hlze, substance and speed only In part emphasize the qunlltles combined in this son of Dare Devil. He has them and the'' are such symmetrical charae tcr in to make him a stallion anions many Im head and neck, bod", feet nnd leps are perfect nud vhn iceni 'la connection with Mm Innltl, Kilt Jnnd Breat beauty are ecpec.aUy in.- prosslve You houl'i see tl.l lmr' before breeding. You will tny never looked at a better one Tho Warlleld Is tho only stallion that has 7 dams In the Front brood maro list. H0 ha.s two Mantbnno King crosses, two Mainbrlno I'achen. tun Mnmhrtnn I'lll.tf. i.na ('lllllHM Kill' iMiiwinl. nno lp.ir.. Wilkfl. Oil" KI"C , one dtfUrrjiijr, lloneer, ono Nut'vo-M,t it '",'T' K, rtf "nvel their value pike arid TurnersvI'le McKiime Tho question now, arises. If the bull Is not to run with tho herd, how Is .lin1n roid 20 rods cravl. and MrC.miacica ho to be managed? There aro sev- otiii e't pike rc S eral ways of doing this, but I wish m t.ttrord nnd glTe here only one of them, one which I have used for a number of years and Sec, 2 from Mct'ormack's church to from Stanford aatf Wayaoaburc plko J O, Lynn's place 15 rods (one. Pnetlte of Allowing Animal to Run Sano ioc. 2 from J 0. I.ynn'a (o With Herd Hat 8rlou Drawlloon'n shop 10 rods tttaae. backs One Method. lUmo boo. 3 from llooneV aha? tn Ottenhelm 29 roda or gravol. On the majority of farms It la cusUrab Orchard and Stanford plke sec tomary to allow tho bull to run with tho herd. This practlso Is open to 1 from Stanford to Dauglimau's gat 0 rods stone serious objections. In tho first place, a bull running with tho herd Is unSamo sec 2 from tlniiglimaii u ate safe from tho standpoint of human lo llvAler'. gato 15 roils stone Smuo oca 3 from Uy waters gfte to nun absolutely safe, bo '" strn or gravel. Ho ever so gentle In fact. It Is tho Crsb Orchard .10 Sinn ord and Wayiicourg pike sec, "gentlo" bull thnt usually kills, fowor precautions arc taken i frun Staaford to Ottenhelm plko. 0 rods atone with animus of (bis kind than with Sam0 sec 2 from Otttnholai plko to thoso that show an Uftly disposition, Mb, wood county road "! rods stono writes John Mlchols, In Homestead. Simo net Hon 3 from May wood counThen there Is the annoyance and ty mad to Carter's store 6 rod s on urry, especially Samo arc. 4 from Carters store to for children and woman, to bavo a bull run about. 'Intention's School House 12 rod Hired men aUo complain about Bet- Hone Sitae sec 6 from Hutcuesoa's ting up the cows when thcro la a bull with them and who knows how many 'chool Hou! (o Hutt's store 12 rodi have quit their Job because of tho itone. Same src. 6 from Putt's atore to bull. IC'njtvlllo plko 12 rods s'one, A very vital objection Hnmo sec 7 front Klugavllle pike to running the bull with tho cows Is that It Im- to Oec. Cnlne' 12 rodg gravel Sawo rec. 8 from Geo. (lalnj to pairs tho usefulness of tho bull, duo to excessive service. Ono scrvlco Is (3 W Cllft 25 roda gr.tvel. Samo sec ! from (1. W. Cllfla to sufficient and this can be hnd only grnvol. 6 when tho bull Is kept away from the Waynrsbuw androla Plertsnnt I'onlnt plK cows. Again, It Is difficult to tell ec 1 from Stanford nrd Waynnibun: when cows have conceived, which rtke to (Uwey county road 12 rods makes It Impossible to know when tho travel. cons are due to cnlve, a matter of no hnte tec 2 from Casey county road 12 roth gravel. to Klng-vfllsmall Importance McKInney nnd Soiith Fork p'k A further serious objection to run ee . fnim Orren rler to canning ,.he mnny factor 21 roda gravel. " ,l'Til ' '? ' h" 2 f hid rnn ng factorv Seme no nas become un to il. T. Ash'ock lotol McKInney 5 uecause mnnageablo with the herd. Most bulls ode prsH. nro sold to the butcher before they '! frm ArMork Hotel to iw Mn hnve had a chance to domonstrnto "m'nnvllle mil Stan'ord pike 25 rod 1 WANAQEMENT OF DAIRY IULL to BELLE FORD WALTON The Most Versatile of Entertainers. rd Humerous Entertainer, Talented prano, Delightful Impersonator. With Thousands of Delighted Au diences to her Credit: So- PLAYS WITH SKILL THE FOLLOWING INSTRUMENT Beldolar 6 Ocarinas, Gibson Mandolin Xylophone Conn-Qucro- Cornet Italian Flageolet Metal Bamboo Chimes, Novelty Flute Banjo Guitar Shugulctte, Mclophone. r I STANFORD OPERA HOUSE, Wednesday, March 29. e '"?' "t 1 Something New At SJSSJXSrZ' hv Mamhrlno Chief 11. Dam Merce- bv Chimes B34S. b Klectloneer li;i iinrn Devil Is n. rrcat winner He iho chamnlonshlp nt National llnraa Show In 1SSS. rl5S 4! first National Horse Show IMS, class 2; first National Horse Show 189, clww lilt rhnmnlonihln National Horse iiinw 1900. class 2: tint National Horse Show 1S08, class 3; Hrst Nat- tonal Horse Show 1900 chus 10: nrai DIGNITY DARE Doston Horse Stow 1902, class 3; re serve Uoston Hone snow lau., cia-- s .: lerond Boston Horse snow iuj( Nominated In the Chronicle's Saddle clan 3 second Boston Horse Show i lays class 2: Horse Futurity Stake 1911. 1912 reserve Boston Horse And 1913. Mhnw. 1903. ctalAs 1: third Boston Combined stallion. Dark Mahogany nnr,p show 1903. class 7. He sired Hay, 15-wclpth 1,200 pound. th HAnn Ideal 215 (sire ot 1'rin Is absolutely sound in every ly. cets Helen 2'05 Devil's Daughter Kind illspo'ltlon and colts easily im-le2:19 3 4, Sarah Hamlin z:J He has 3tepped eighths In 18" Dare Devil, Jr.. 2:28 2:2 Bulky; Ii five galled; a hitched to a Will make tho preient season nt our great show horse wearing the blue farm onP mile from McKInney. Ky.. at rlnce a yearling; at three ?15 to Insure a living coiu lie otcr jonrs old wore 13 blues and 1 red out of 14 shows; as n harness horse and S. M. OWENS L 60N, In r rlafl tn htniRPlf. ;vi n mn'lul l McKInney, Ky. lie was never defeated except by two nt t's own rolls, and has won In BRIGHAM YOUNG. V,ilni?9 of 23 head.. Ills colts nse al ways muue uit? muni;, uiiui wucu developed make great saddlers and Will mak the sea'ou of 11)11 at my high priced three and five galted show plaoe near McKInney, Ky., at the lov horses. Sixty five or his get at nnprIce of jjyn to insure a uvins " years sold atJThIg jack j, 15 handi 2 Inches high average oge of 2 an average price 01 tun. He lias,.,,, i,u hiio nnlnls. fine stlc , never been defeated In a produce ring' anJ foot nnd ha.i proved , rp- -t hreeder. His colts ring when shown with 4 to 18 of hla, &!z. has always brought the top prices. It Think of nch saddlers as ho ha. thlg j!lck tcfore t "P sired; namely. Nettleton. Wlnsom. M u "M rrospect, me Jim Anaerson raarc. neyt nVENS A 80N. Day, the Price Herring Mare, Toxle. McKInney.Ky Dare, London Dare. Dare All, White Foot. I'rlnce Imperial and a hott of otiifiB that have been sold from $1,000 Executor's Sale to S't.GOO. Look at his record as a sire of saddlers nnd see what they won i'r. Uft Pen SCX SO' Knnli Lick nlko 7 rod' pike lUslonvllle and McKInney wbl road 5 rodi gnve'. Mill plko Hustonvllle and Cnf'ey's tar from Huitonvllli' to sec fon'n 30 rods stone or rrnvol. yame ier 2 from Wm Cnrsoal I Ut Hlcm 40 rods itone. Hustonvllle and Uradfordsvlljij pike whnln nnJ 20 rods crsvsl 1 Hlms' in the RIDING CULTIVATOR W- - H- ii r 1982 -- 3-- han-led- 2 1. 2 J 2 .,.. 'J State BdnK Tiost (0. SUS'31'3 KiM, mmmmammmmmmmm A BANK'S FIRST DUTY 1 22 Is Security to it Depositors. AN HONOR ROLL BANK It a Bank ' I Whose Surp. ns is equal to its Capital. The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Ky. Has A Capital of - $100,000 Surplus of - $100,000 can do. DIGNITY DARE, got hy Choiter As executor of Frank Vaughn, Dar No. 10, &c. 1st dam by Welch- I jvittl olft'r tor EaIe to Ule Rysdyk's lnort 63G7 A T. H. It., he b.. llambletonlan No. 10 A T. H. It. will highest and best blddder on, senp marcs this season of 1911 at rnv Saturday March 25th, 1911, In Hustonvllle at ftio low price In the town of Huatonvllle, Ky the $23 to Insure a Living Colt. nronerty 'to wit: Money duo when colt comes of mare,fo"OAlnfr bay horse. nn UN traded or removed. or bred to anv One other stock. A lien reUlned on all' or child can drive him; not afraid 01 year-olcolts until paid for. Grass furnished in,,tninoblle or steam; at roasonnblea prlce for mares from a horso h" f.alton, well hroko, good In- dividual"; 1 S year old cow,good milker distance and must be setlled for bofore removed. Breeding hours from lot ol poultry, ono new ruuor lire S to 10 In tho morning and 4 to 6 In buggy, 1 set new harness, 1 old buggy Ih,. evening. Mares will receive my amj harnew, household and kitchen personal attention, out win not De lunilturc.beilx and Deuamg praciicany respnmlblo for accidents or escape. 'naw gpwlng machine, new cooking , Will also nt the same time and plac'3lovei ctc. ttand my great breeding Mule Jack. TERMS. AH nras of 110 and 'der, Cash. An sums over 110 upon so well known In tho West Knd of credit of throe months, bearing 6 per Lincoln county, at 110 for mares and cent Interest from date, with approed ?2P for Jetinetsi due when colt la security. N property to bo removed foaled or mare traded, removed of until terms are complied with. Sale parted with, or maro hrefl to any oth- 1 P M. er "tock. Peyton hy Muff Dudderar'si W. M. MYERS, jack, he by Hubble-- s nngnolla and Rxecutor. out of Jim Porter Jennet. Peyton is fine with very largo Done and foot, good neck and ear, good riunrter. well mounted, 15 hands 1 Inch high nnd admired by all who sei blm. and N said to be tho best mnle Jack In Lincoln county. Watzraann. No. 343. Thin aplondld All aro Invited to come and see him. (lertnan Coach horso was foaled May Phono In residence. 2lBt. 1!'0J. by II. Hanenkamp, In D. 8. CARPENTER, Ho was inportcd by J. Crouch Ky. Hustonvllle, Indiana. He A Sons, of Lafaiette. f' I 1 d n Watzntann, 343 Oer-luun- FINE PIECES OF PROPERTY FOR 8ALE AT MeKINNEY ' a very flno typo of tho German coach iorucB, and nold for 3)00 three years no. II0 v111 make the reason nt my Pesltlp- - to go into other buslnens. place ut Hustoinllle, at V) to InBure v., will soil tho following nropurty a living colt. At the bairo place 1 will also utand tocitd opposite the depot at McKInmy lino trotting stallion Hummer, Jr. ney, Ky. nt M0 to lnsuro a living colt. Ilia One IS room hotel, got have all been very flno road hor One livery barn. GOxSO, with sldo es. One store-hous-e I will stand my soveral flne acka at loi.ms wIPi Mock of merchandise 1 miles doelrlng to go Into th0 hotel ,?12 for inures, no Jennets. Monoy duo si i livry and goods .business will Ion all these sires when roarea aro Ihls a flite losatlon. Will make tol(1 or traded. " "- - " " 'iil on (ip KK33V lloyor, write O. It, MASTl.Ifb MoKlwiex. Wy. or ClilV!. HuBtontlllo. y. plko wrfde road 75 rods gravel. Danvl'ln nnd Hustonvllle pike sec. 1 from Mmtonvllle to Black plko CO rods ton Same ec. 2 ftom Plck nlko to llorle county line 10 roe's iont H rods craTel -.. A AJ 1 Stanford and Mllledxevl'le olko MR. FAftMKK: Miike your home as modrni lor jitiir fuiuilv a a from Stanford and Huitonvllle lko tej leMaVnce, and pace ummelf j a nuJon , WMrk;t quuutioni ,he McCornaxck'i church 15 rni gravi 's sttatytamo. rinn can Im aeininipliebeil hy min if awl teleiibiie nervic 2 sec Same free nut chur-- h to Mllledrerllle 25 rods grave' which you ami your tietfdiU.M can get for a im tkat is email c..lWel with Aoi-0c- t Ktirford and Dlr River flke s'e 1 he oenefit.1 recriviil. Call or adilrit-o- ur wottt itearo-- t offir,, ..r -- rit. ,IW. t from Rowland to Harden's aw'tch 10 leaJquarten. Na.liyill... IVni,., r iniormBti,,,, rcpinhii): our Hial "Far-neBull Pen. rods gravel. Lune rntr v..u N(e nut nt yrvrrut enjoyiuj: telephone ? fktm llayifen a switrn service, we rouna sills factory in all respect. Thl t0 Travlor'a lane 20 reds stooe unu iiuuii'iimioiy UMcre-- l you. uut line cuviT the Slate of Kentucky, an lncloturo with stabler conslsta of Same sec. 3 from T.ivlor'a lame to IcnaeeniTf, .M Lxiui.iinH ai (,r boutlierii H)riiin of Imliaiia ami i. and breeding pen at shown In tho ao- - Oorrard county line 20 rood tm KAHrrTKNNIXsKK TJOL. A TEL. CO. Lincoln nnd Fior'e pike whole road liunoia. companylng Illustration. Tho bull run and Lancaster pike whole INrnitnnTitii is 50 ffret square, including thu stable and Is Ipcloied by a solid board foneo- - ro"? !?. ro'1!, McKInney and rpffov'd M'l' ple rw eet high. The boards aro nailed , factory to old toll onto 4 by 4's the Inside, whlclr .g rort, prvp. ins res great stability. The breeding- - ' r c 2 "om toll rate t fair lug .me- - pt.i- - ,15 ..!' solid by ptu Is also dn tfne. STANFORD, In G4 feet iilgh. Tho Samo r 3 in m fnlr p'aro to Mt inch boards and ''S rod, tone cow is bred In thM p n by tying hor to 'J'em tr-."5ami fee Ml MTIH IO U In th Ih.. front on.l nn,l lli..n ...lr, rrirt BHit natiin r.ravot bull by opening tho stable door. The r I?k sfnvB.r ln 'SI f r da r4ll a tllr mm latter close tho pen when opened , r,OT q,nnford to CaaYi Vtoro 30 A Is fed rods Mme. shown In the cut. The through an opening In thu fctnblo. pec. " from (Van's s'o-to .(m Water la supplied In the same nay. llarjlng Fork hrldge 3' rrd it'n". to Hunton- 9'inin Bee. A board walk, about cne foot wide frm nnH tlL, tMt hlph U r,l,...l nlnturlha V'o " '"llr tO"0 25 rod grBVld. Hninch pike ec. 1 from Stan out.ldo of thP breedlns nrn. Tho at- to Hush l.ama'ter tendant stands on this walk and drives ford andf,.AAlr IK rrrf r:!io HnnA. the bull back Into the stable after tho ,lan'foMj nnd L,rca t.r pike sec 1 cow has been served. For convenience inn, ptnn'oni to Iig n' I.ano 10 rod of taking the bull out of tho Inclosure, jon -- nil 15 rods travel a door Is put Into tho front of tho K.ime ?m 2 fiom I ogan'H lane to right-han(larrnl line 2D rods gravel. end of tho breeding pen t.lko nee 1 Hnnfrd and Krob I While a bull can bo managed In a Up-To-Da- te pen such as Is hero described without fTm sstnf"' l ' 'US,'"P11 ' p ke ,' coming in contact with h.m It Is best t- to lead him out occasionally with a n,W)n.ton 0r Danville and. IIiiRto- stlck snapped Into the ring of hh v,u ni,0 rods gravel nose. It Is always well to keep a bull Sta"'or'l i.nd I) nvll o nlk hc 1 eccustomed to being led with a stick. ifritm Strn'ord to Mrs White's 30 no. 20 or each "Ctl n. b'aiai sec. 2 Irom Mr). WSlto's to NO NEED TO vtOP WORK. Hole count v line T0 rod- - stone Stanfonl and 1'roachersvllle pike When vour uoctor orders yon to rec. 1 from Stanford and Crab OrchCarried In By It BUgsern yu. "I an t ard plko to Wilkinson's llmnch 2G stop wrk. You know you aro worn rodi Ttone. you say Wtlk'nHon's Hame son. 2 from run down and falling la health, day by dav, but yow must woric ae Jong as nraneti to Crab Orchard and Lancasvo'u can stand What yon need la ter pike. Carpenter's Creek and Uorlrnd Hlectrle Hitters to give toae, atreogta And vigor to your system, to. prerat pike whole road 29 rods gravel. breakdown and anlld you p. Doa't- Ireacherllle to Garrard county gravel. !i wak. alekly or ailing wnoa B'ecKlnravllle and Duncan sec 1 fs"en irii Ulnars tlIII keaeHt you Aran. tka for:Klngvllle to Capt. Miller's 10 rodu Iirst doio Tkoatandk M" Uem received complete new line for Spring, of above tvrougiM. gmvei. their glorious health lake. We invke yeur inspection. From ('apt. Miller's to Cne. line 1 is guaranteed Trr ilim. Kverr bottle RIGHT PRICES to'satUfy. Only 5t oaata at ftone 4 rods of this stone to boput on bed rock at far end of ptv. Drug Stero. A rod of stone or gravel shall1 otm- 1st of 225 cuMo feet. m H NOTICE TO CONTRACTOMS Hand broken stone and gravel mutt b on trmrrln of road or sectl'-b Notice Is hereby given that blda September 16th. 1911. All gravel mu' will bo rocniYPd by the county clerk b spiead before Oetobnr 'Sth 191 th" until 10 o'clock? A. M M' nday Aprl A'l metal Is to be rrcsurel by may 3rd, 1011 lor stono nrd grael con tepre.iontallve of the court, who when and wher It ! to he P tractp ou the various sertrong of turn spread not late- - than January 1st ill plkeo In said Lln"oln cniiDty Ky. go 'd All ng tonn furnised muit le furnishing, haul Ml bids for Ilmeftono or quartz and breaking and wpreadlnr storo nnd grav n"d h rdr'e-e- a h'okci 'n 'lied with tl must b sealed a id o l ck A the lnche.1 In el metr n t to xceed two , clerk on or he'oro "' The rcurt or 'ts rrpresentitlve may l Monday 3rd, ,1 , i.t Btaa'ord, Ky, nnd no blH ullt bo received afto" reject anv material not of prop-- r slw Uiot tiin Contin's will lo lot to or luallly. nidders mun sa wbeth tho lowest and best bidders, and con er stono will be broken by hard cf The Kind Burns good, Makes no clinkers, tractors will ho required to glvo bond crushed. court Igh to reserves Tho tao with furety, to bo npirovc and very Little Ashes. We Give you 72 tolecl ntiy pnd all bll. fllnnk 'orms court for the faithful purformanc of n which i. dt may bo m.'dn cn be theJr con'ratts and ror a'l renaltl-- . Pounds to the Buthal and Sixtesn from the crnnty e'erk Conies nnd diimiu'cs for lal'ure to v perfoni' the jir . ' i iioi ds may le obtaturd witlilu tV Ounees to the Pound. rio their contrann 0''iity t'lcrn's ofre. tindvr tho condition leroln.i.tor Lin. 'dp county owbi a rock orushr .oatrurt'irs 1! bo permitted tc Crab Orchnrd nnd Lan.ater pikt ft at Jl rer rod Hee. 1 from Crab OiUmrd to (1. W u tame tec 'i froi i 'tuxh hrs'Th tf plaeo 30 rod ttoue. Samo hoc. 2 from Uaugman's fiat IJplible 20 rodn vtnun or IlNtigJug IVrk mid Hubblrt pike S ulare to Qurrard line 20 rodH gravel STANFORD, Crab Orchard and Chappel's (lap rods uravel. KENTUCKY. . OEORQE U COOPER, plko whole road 39 rods e ton re. Clerk Lincoln County Court. atanford and Ottenhelm pike Hutrnvtl!o aad Cnrponter's Creek Line, made by the Genuine Oliver Plow Company. It attracted the crowd Monday. Wt H, Higgins. -- ' RURAL TEURfHtyNF?z r - i k, MoCo-mack- -n lnr'l'e f.-- fronnlng r r s-i- FIRST NATIONAL BANK, KENTUCK m u 1 o " '" - - - $50,000 SURPLUS EARNED $25,000 Organized in 1882. Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. CAPITAL d -k &? K'.Sn Looking For An Spring Suit ? Sock f The M System Clothes L. L SANDERS will fill the bill. StylishFitting Garments Latest Patterns, Well Tailored. a Just aa Pear.rods L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, I mmWWimSS!9mmWW Ky KIMla1llllHB I. M-- 1 to that i rt mm-Clone- sd n J. K Baughman . & Go S. an A I ! THE STAMFOKD, UCKY MTKlO JOOMMA- l- The Famous Ratio 'should always be. used wbcre several rpeopto sit, btJcaM(ttrfees set strain the yss Sw,KKR?5BS5f0SI MIIPHIHflPIKMBlSK Regular term Uncoln connpresiding. tlio inntter of the petition ol the Cltlens of Waynes-bur- s for ii rnnimoti nnil graded school. At the Inst regular terra of tlio (Irrnlt Court, held on tlio 13th' ;dy of February 1911, u petition sign-- l Cil by J. . Reynolds, S. Mcintosh, A. LJ Foster, T. J llurleson.W II. Singleton1 ilJII Snlor, if, H Singleton, F. B. JGooch, A. II. Motgan, T. S. Reynolds, i Luther Hunch W (I. Summers, O'llnn-- ' non Houton, It. B. Horton, I). N. For-- , ry, J 1.. Koontz. l'lnt0 Moore, II. K. Sorell. I). Merrltt. II. N. (.'launch. J. N. Sweeney. H. I'. Swope. Ilerry Jlurloson cim uunuiiu aiiiKii'ion nnoeniiieiiuuiii., ol t'oirmon nchools of Lincoln county, Harder Wheeler, nnd J. II W heeler, and (!eo. V lliitin, V. (JinilRinf iu:d A K. I nldwcll roiintv honril of ediiciitlnii lor Lincoln romiM.nnd A. I. Slm;loton '1 iKklnr 'lint .1 rrtmtee lilv. Kt.ided eoinmon ehonl dlntrlrt, lie cs t.ibll lieil within the boundary to It l.i IlitilliR at Tho. MeMnlllns Inehid Wshlnt; ereeV-t- i 111B hit., thence down H. It Caldwell" Jr. IneliidliiR him, ilown KUhltiK Creek to K. II. tiicii (.iltiueH'H, Jr., Inrludliifr him. thence to Kile) Iteynnldx place ImcIikIIiik him, to K1I Snylor'H IncluilltiK him, thence to .loKOih I'heliK' exeludlnK, h'ni. thence to Ifrnar Singleton h T. him, then to the C. N O. mile P. II It. croHHlng Mid rallroHd Miutli of inllo pout No. 141, tliencn to Kd St.ilth'a Including him, thence tto Ian." Wllnon's excluding him, theirce to Mid with Polly Slnnloion'a bramh to tlio mouth ol name, thence to Mr. I Il7;.bcth (Jooch'a Including her place, thftic,. to tho John Johnson rntm excluding It thenco to n point on the e.mt side of the C. N. O. ti T 1' K R mile xonit of tulle croKi-Insame lost l.s, Jjip of Klng'n Mountain (Jrnd-cschool, thenco to J. (1 Wurrlner IncI .dlnr him. thence to J. J. Falcon-herrv'Including him, thence to Tho. MrMtillln's to the hoglnnlng, Including all of the within boundary. And it npr.earing to the court that whliit viitprs. resldcntR. nnd tax pny- nro legal all of the Wild petition ers In the m.M prop.Ht grailed c" miin rhftnl illKlrlrt. n tne town Oil Waynpibiirg. Ky.. and in tne Waynes district. No 3. and burg MnpUtf-rln- l 'the site designated for tho school In! I DIMrlct for tho proposed Com-mon tlnidH School Is the one now lu ed by the common school In the town c.f Wnyncsburg, and further thai n majority of the trus- itees In said district embraced In whole fV part In said proposed graded school I district herein, consented to the es-- t i.i.ilibhnvut of the snld pnnmsed grad common school pnd have cfldo;a.-their consent In writing upon aid pe Mi Lin-rol- n vw I'li-iir- r A1 SUNDAY - SCHOOL, . tv court held Mnrch l.'llli 1111 Hon Jnmcs I'. Inlley inlgo Lesson I. Li Second Quarter, For April 2, 1911. SERIES. (mmtA Sprains Ladies ! to-morrow. 3 THE INTERNATIONAL TheRayo JDarap a tied tram er. A ntret. tlurafelo shade-holdseeos ibehaSa,attra84 (true. Esiy to keep 'ribbed, at It la msstasf. solid brats, finished tkevfnsxisHMmjIMhisedWtollcht. detail disc IncwMes-kbsWbeea laclsded. ?feQ Rtr Is ,Umo. You may MrSS.SIO or even 20or otber.ltraps snd, get a. iwrw eipmlre connlner-bul.yctnnortet bener lljhtnhsn'flo Kayotflve. This muw'i JJUroJhM a, new and strength. Ilfbt-tlvlUnr-wrlc- give Eyery value Text of the Lesion, II King v, Memory Verm, 13, U Golden Tent, Ita. xlv, 22 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. ou la Iclel. Once m.R&joAh&ep Always One. Dtn$ The Sv tf mtitymr: writt ilmUrHlU titrttl ? ffocarpontsJ) li. Standard Oil Company tlu t ittcrlfttn It Is a limit Interesting nnil profitable itudy to search out In the Old Testament nil tlio Kijplo mid the oonts which tlio Iinl Jesus mentioned I. Ills teaching mid to reincmtM-- r tliut Jcmis of the New Testament Is nono otlicr "" the Lord God of the prophet whose goings forth hnve hecn from of oM fr()m ,,, tUyH ()f ,,krmty (Mc 2, margin). i ran 'Jmmm? mmm "Gave Me Instant Relief" smmmmsaemam "I fell and sprained my arm and was in terrible pain. I could not use my hand or arm without intense suffering until a neighbor told me to use Sloan's Liniment. The first application gave me instant relief an J I can now use my arm as well as ever." Mus. II. U. Si'iuwuK, 921 Flora St., Elizabeth, N. J. You are invited to inspect our display of new wash fabrics and neckwear. It is the most beautiful line we have ever shown. Don't delay. Come Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 CURES Cholera. Canes. Limberneck, Roup, Canker, SSVctrrsrT Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry NVKi.rVr l.rUf.Uowm.K7.,-- ri: "I hatcmd Hw M4 for rrsnujihiaiittlwbnt itmif fc.V. Ilcw tpdlHiwli wi W. ' M4 J Hran 4.1 WaCM.lWiUr,Kr .Mr 'O. Wfl drw.lh.MI.4l ,.!! ctM4kilbllM,iauiThm Ik clack iaMur. iHlttxbnt HmMn. I half nnnml. 1 pwIut Mfg. asd CsariMttd by J. RabL Crome. Banbtawn, Ky. Ol-- Price SOc at al I Drujgfeti. PCN'NY'S J't OTY I STORE. In Luke Iv, 27, He men- tlons Ixitli Nanmaii nnd Klhlin, and of coutTC that Includes the little maid of Israel and nil the other people and Incidents of the alory. In chapter Ir, i, we read of a great woman, nnd now It Is a great man and honorable, u deliverer and mighty man of nilnr, but n leper. He was a great man In the cjes of his fellows, but had he lived In Ixrael.he would have had to live without the camp. I'piiisy is n wonderful type of sin. nml, It limners not how great a man may lie in other men's eyes, if he Is unsaved Mniier he Is a c ullil of wrath, thud hi sins, wltliout Christ nnd without Cod il:ph. II. I, I!, .nd those who die In that coudlti'iu are forever shut out lllev. xxl, S, l!Ti. In ns seemingly strange ways as the Lord brought healing to Naamau He still wins sinners to Himself, lie may use o eupthe niiild. humble servants, waters of .Ionian, etc.. but He Is always so king to v.u-the lust, not willing', that any should perish (II Pel. Ill, tl). The little uptlo maid stolen away from her home might have m hated ' her enpturs as to wish them c II and be glnd I but .Niutmaii was a leper, but she evidently IihiI the spirit of Illm who lauglit to l our eiiumles and to Is MibJ(s-- t eeu In Krerse people Mlntl r. 11- I IVI. II. tSi K,i ulm l-i. , e E. Perkins, L. R. HUGHES, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. 'WJffliiSlWtriM m LI IMEMT is an excellent antiseptic and germ MM' f liri snil T. W, HJ f.'BLE, w. O. MARTIN, heals cuts, killer burns, wounds, and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poisonous insects. 25c SOc. ! i rti f M S!-- f I mil letirir I and $1.00 WE ARE FORDS. Oxfords RECEIVING OX- LHHSajaaBMBBHKBHHpHrBBBBBH Garrard Chief. 1835 liar stalllrm hands, foaled summer 1902, said by good Judges to b tine of the flucst stallions living. Ho Is a perfect lmafo of his great giro 1&-- 3 Cheater Dare iU 10. .Mr J. C Grates ko raised and showed Chester Dare ti I, almost Impos, iblo for two horses to be more alike than rard Chief 1835 and Chmter Iare 10. Col. W. A. Ilarrlger of Shelbyvlllo, Ky.. a has udgd thli horse at the Texas State Fair several times says h Is as One a horse as ho over iw. Garrard Chief won tho championship of tho Houth West at Dallas In won moro than 1H08. 1909. 1910 and during that time his colts anr other herd shown there In saddle clauses. Al Kurt tVorth IIorj Show In March 19H Garrard Chief won first In breeding class for saddle Bullions and ago orer 15 good ones, he also won at same plncu first for flvo-galte- d season of 1911 saddle stnltlou mare or gelding. He will make the four miles from Stanford on Hustonvlllo pike at 2j to lusuio J2.no per month. Cnro taken to prevent acci- living colt. Maros grazed dents hut not rosponslhto should nny occur. J. H. MURPHY, 8TANF0RD, KENTUCKY. To Sell or Trade 4 .- ! - dwelling Harrodsburg, Ky. Will ex- tuaiigc iui stxaiui ui auc uiuucuy, W. T. EWING, Harrodsburg, Ky. - REPAIRS PUBLICSALC ! On Saturday April tho hlsbost bidder iy farai contain-livabout 65 acres of kits', dwelling house and out buildlugs, the land Is all In cultivation. A flue medical well Lad also abundance of water. At the same time and place I will also uU a number of other thlngij such as Hog horses, and other stock', and farming Implement-.'trm mt'dt kiiiwu on e lit I will (ah to MADE ON Motor Cars AND ALL KINDS OF Machinciy 3PF.CIAL TOOLS TO ORDER GOOD BCST EOUIPPED SHOP IN THE DLUfc MACHJiNE "Foley's HonoT and Tar Is tho hest cough remedy I ever uted as It stop-peGRASS. a revero cough that had long Says J. W. Kun, Prince DANVILLE MOTOR ELECTRIC troubled me", n e ton, Nob. J'lkt so qulckl) CO. acts In nil cases of coughs, colds, It Itcfuso l&erlppe and lung trouble. DANVILE, KY, 123 N. Fourth 8t. irubstltutes. Shuears and Tanner. d day of kills Crab clock F. U. Ore-hats- J. STKKNIItillUICN Liilo b r.lns at :' o U. 8ERVICE AT FAIR PRICES J.lncoln county, Schools i oii'iiK.ti has consented to the establishment of common grnueil school haul ptopo-edistrict, and has endorsed his concent In writing upon the said ptltlon as provided by law, nnd nlso the Lincoln Hoard of Kducation hm- endorsed h signing said petition, and this diy the said petitions nppenred In open court nnd Jntr.og I". Halley, Judge of tto Lincoln countv court, agroed with them thnt the proposed common school district shall bo ns heretofore described, nnd tho court herng sufficiently advised. It Is now ordered and ndjudged thni V. L. MeCarty Sheriff of Lincoln County be and ho Is hereby that there Is u prophet la Israel." So ordered to cause a rH to bo opened Xaainun came In nil bis iomp nnd in tho town of Wnyncsburg. Kv, nnd pride to the door of the house of an olectlon held on the 2'Mh day of ICllslio. thinking that the prophet-woulApril 1911, same being more than (10) make a display of his power and lu !a3 niter the entry of this order, to some striking way give lilm health. talte the senre of the legnl white vol Whc the prophet did not deign uveu ers In said propoced graded school to come to the door, but scut u mesdistrict, whether there he levied and senger, saying. "Go and wash In Jor- , nn ........... Inv ... fHlrt.. CUM Anlln.iln.1 .... nnnn-it- l ...- - rf ...... y ., .. ...... ..,.,, lUlHT.I'-J; " doiconlson each onn hundred (iro) sess- -- come agnln to thee, and thou shalt worth of taxable property a. lars od In said proposed graded common be clean." Naaman was fx angry that white! he turned nnd went away lu u rage. FChool district, helonnlng to persons nun corporations, ami n poo When we remember that even Abratax of flftv (50) cents on ench main ham's thoughts brought liim trouble years (Gen. xx. 11) and Morj's supposing Inhnbltant over twentv one (21) of age. residing In said proposed grac- gave her three slays of ssrrow (Lnkc ed common school district, for the 11. we do not woudw so much purpose of maintaining n graded com Naamau's thoaghts. " mon sr hool In said proposed graded' a' h In God and prompt obodl- lomnmn school district, and for tho Simple faith only safe wny. Servants nnrnose of nurchaeir.K or erecting sultience is the ntjlo bulldlngR thereafter, ns provided sometimes have more senw than their masters, anil so it proved In this case, by tho common school law. Tlio officers of election will also, for ng thcy reasoned with Naaman legal voters In sold pro- - timt j,0 W0UJ Ki3jjy hove dune somo cnuso the said IKised common schwl district to vote ,b,n t a Jh) , h persons to tss trustees lor n. t .,,,. . for provided said tax sha be np- had said, mid bis flesh became ns the proved by said voters. The officers of the eioctlon will make duo roturn of flesh of a little child, ami be was clean, There was no special value or effiea. the result of snld election at once afcy In the waters of Jordan, but It was ter sairo Is held. to Naaman u lesson lu humility and Alt. O. H COOPKIt, Clerk. Lincoln obedience and submission to the true county court GoiL lu tho matter of salvation for this sinner there is only one way, one name, ono sacrifice, one precious blood, and ho who disdains It cannot bo saved. Naaman, being healed, returned to i;ilbu with u good confession, ' now I kuow that there Is no ' God lu nil the earth but lu Israel" (Ifi). nnd Iui would fain have rewarded tho I prophet. How grand is tho dignity of I tho soul that can turn down earth's ailvfr anil poUl and say to such ns Ntii Mtn. "As the Lord Ilveth beforo whom I stand 1 will receive none." AND KMIDl E LIVE AND DRESSCD Comp .re Gen. xlv, Han. v, 17. See nl o tbo rb h jouug ruler who was POULTRY. ECO0. ICfi, GOAL. told 1 our I.orl to give nil that ho bad to the loor (Luko xvlll. .".') nnd then HIDES, FURS, ".'CO'- -, folio-- . t'uis reveallug to him (ill mti V'trt. and that his possessions SALT, LIME, GIN8ENG, ,i .. ml, and that ho was break ETC. I expect FEATHERS in tti m commandment. t urlot was troubled by li '. ' d'a w in! to tho rich ruler, nnd p ittu certain that Gcharl was pot d d Garland t'tlon and In further appearing teat Singleton Superintendent of llf nll(l, heard many wonderful things From the slowness of believers to tell of the Uird Jesus and His wonderful redenip-sai- d tlou the world has a right to conclude that they bine nothing wonderful to tell. The result of the little maid's testimony was that the king of Syria sent Naaman to the khu: of Israel with n letter ami a lot of silver and gold nnd raiment, asking from the king health for his sonant. There was u double mistake lu se.idlng to the king Instead of the prophet and In supixislug that tuuuc.v could purchaso heaven's gifts. The maid had spoken of tho prophet In Samaria, not the king, and u true prophet Is a spokesman for God. Hut royalty cm only deal with royalty and. as a rule, has no use for poor men even If the'' are prophets. Fuch pride must be laid low before God can help such jieople. The Id tig of Israel thought that the king of Syria was seeking a qunrrel with him In maklug such n request, and he rent his clothes. Kllsha. hearing of It, said to the king, "Let him come now- - to me. and ho shall know L M ... N.,ln!111 ,, ,,,,,. klll,Jnrln,, f , Sloan, book on bor.rl. csttl. .Itrep OUR LINE OF SPRING .l.lilrr. Botton, nnd poultry tent f rr. WE ARE HAND , Dr. Earl S. Sloan, LING THE FAMOUS MAY MANTON LINE THIS JsBBBPsfaW Hat., U.S.A. Pleatant For Papa. "How much tho baby looks like Its father!" said the visitor vrho meant to be agreeable. "Its only the bad weather," replied Mrs. Itnsper. "Tlio child Is usually right cheerful and handsome." Wash Ington Stnr. PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS CARDS in the latest styles. Anything you want in Patents, Vicis, Kids, etc. We invite your inspection. HUGHES, MARTIN Dry Goods. Notioi". & 7I GO... mikm.? naiicri AND fj )jg niBlllllIMHtilMBKD w. P. Klncaid. C. K1NCAID & FOSTER INSURANCE Fire Life and Accident. Ollico State Bank &. Trust Co. Surety Honds. STANFORD KY MINKS HOTEL, Abe Minks Prop.. .:. ..Moreland, Ky. New hotel and stable opposite de pot. Special rates to traveling men Ktcrytkwg brand new. Single rooms, OR. T. W. PENNINGTON Hays Foster L STAFFORD. KHNTLKK Mi gMn!FitM!nunfiifnff!i!f,intn!fi!ffiininni!M!H!fK A.M. and 1 to 4:30 P.M Hours 8:30-1otltco .Myers House flats Stanford Kv 2 Dentist That Sprin: you. Suit 3 L&N. TIWETHBLE No.7.10:a.m. No.lH.IKOr.s. No. tl, Houtli, ll:a f. s. No. a, Houtli, Hi: 15 a m. No, 4, v'orth,4:(0 a. m. No. . North, B:lil y. m. You have begun to think about that new Spring Suit that suits ""'. uu "'i JOS. S. RICE, Aaont. now Liverv. Depot Stroot, Phono 90, VTA Suits to Order We make suits to order and guarantee to give youfull satisfaction in every way. ' FOOD. KENTUCKY. ' I FRUIT AND SHADE TREES everything for Orchard Lawn and ,4Sart)n. Write tor Free Catalogue. No. Agent H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS. Lexington, Kentucky. DR. W. N. CRAIG, Oculist and Optician crTflse over It. J. Mcuouens- - More. ilo 1 ,,,"TT. .,, v.,, New York Styles Can show you the latest New Stanford. Kr. We Wnt PRESSED 8TANDING SEAM GALVANIZED ROOFING. Large Ouantitles carried In Stook EABS TIN 6HOP, Stanford. Pasne 114. o WILL ADAMS Livery: all kinds niture paoklng. haullna, Fur- - York Styles made by the most experienced cutters and fitters in America. You get whatjyouwant, or you do not take it. Take a peep at our patterns now on display and Produc Snferd. Ky. Phono 173 MACCABEES A. C. Sine, Deputy State Commander Stonetrd, Ky.. STANFORD TENT NO. 7. Meet : 4Ui ; Koutfay : Nignt MASONS' MEETING. Mncola Ixsluv No. "I K on A. M. wlllnimtt eneb llrat nmt In etRlrd third Jtomlny ululit of wiuh iiion'li. lit T::m nV'eek lu their hull on inula itriwt, Meinlsreof lUterloilirasiirr fru. nuilly Invited to he premut T W f fee W. W. BUROI a wejwill surprise you with the '3 beauty of this selection. H.B. Ncrthr .t piini' 153, I T. K. Tudor. Mgr. Kiuiia's rejection of Naa- DKNTW." it h hm's Consider tho result of Offlse at ResW- - e usness (.crso J) and rc-ils RAB OROKRD. pn r 'i" worils of our Lord In Luko xll t JOHN OOOK 'Take heed and bowaro of roietouMipss, for a man's llfo consist-ct- h Veterinary Surgeon and dentist not in tho abundance ot the SpSolallst on all horse and animal trw ' v Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KY. TORE 18 THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER cVMARX CLOTHEt tnlQtfs whlou ho poMssaeth." rM Rtsnford, Ky. Phone 101 mmmmtmrnrmtm tli7iiiV rl'min'ii;n ipi pun yiiP'wmtyMH , 1 1 i mm mum j' 1 "" yr"jf i The Interior Journal. EiUbllhed 1872 THE RECALL. (I i! i: ; 1 E( - T i l Bs I U Senator Ualley'g ronlgnntlon (and Sonic of our farmers nro having nl This tnngnlflcently bred youiiir staltho withdrawal of th0 roilgnntlon) has lion will make the season of I'.M nt Oregon fever, SHELTON M. 8AUFLEY,...Publiher Riven to tho initiative, referendum and my stablo near Stanford, Ky, mi the tncK6 of Arizona and II. O. Lear, Vice President of the City plko nt lf Iniuro n recall moro advertisement than the .Shelby colt. .Don Varrlck IntoH--2 iwmds Hrothorhood of Firemen made a splen corn. llvlnr (1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE legislation lenguo could hmo n beautiful chestnut, short back he.uy did speech direct hero Wednesday Kith tono In fact the hlphcst type of tho martin a plea for peaceful methods Entered nt tho postorflco at titan-for- purchased with a million dollars, and tiotter nnd perfect disposition He Is Dr. Ilrynnt was up the other day as second clltss mail. advertisement Is all these, reforms by tho creat Onward Silver 2 05 M, that won tho $3,000 Trnnsvhnnla In to btc Jim lltirton who continues verj need. As soon ns tho peopl0 under- n seven heat race In 1002 nnd tsesnmo III DEMOCRATIC TICKET. year won tho $10,000 Uonner Memorial stand them they will ndout tlicin jr(l, Verna Hester Is on the sick I'olnnd China boar shoats for nalo, nnd tho M nml M- - n" ,n broken heats jgt Tor Circuit Judge. weight nbout 7R pounds. .M S Il.uihh g week shocking as this mar seem to those unit arlfl ttf t1 AAA nnrl fit-f w- - ,s Owens sold his homo nnd lot n,nn HON. CHAKubS A. HARDIN, will des (00. Don Varrlck 1 bred exactly llki who think that theso reforms tlood farm for prlvnto sale Terms 1.111a Reynolds ot Mercer County SpnnlFh Queen bequeathed by Transylvania In that won tho $R,000 to Mrs troy tho Institutions 190S niaUiiR n re ;ir, Oncns nnd family will go back ensy. Seo Mrs. Rebecca It Onrprnt r ... A tfi.. rAfilll la fllA TO. cVlL:..07,nr.i!!:.n9!ln?d"l.(!!l? InllinM ......... v.. to Tennessee whero thi-will mako Hiislonvlllo. Hubert Vreolanu says wo lire nc-- ""r nm.uio. 21-form lenst undcrstood.and thereroro money winners on the grand circuit ,nclr f,,l"ro ,Iomo- tuated by Spten because wo nam ll mnal v W. II. Underwood sold two cows to lift nx Mrs. Ucd Oooch nnd son returned In U0S. served him right to have tho republl thg mtlbod of dcaHng wlh of Onwutd Slier Is by Onwtird, on,, of homo after making n visit in Lcxlng-- It. C. Arnold for JS3 He nlsiksold n liunch of hogs to J. L. Hutchlns nt wns dealing In nn cms, with whom ho the greatest nnd best sons of Oeorge cn rca8 ! by LydiaE. Pink- toe may he differences of opinion Wilkes Onwurd's dam was greatdant of l amp Mlllnor nnd niece, nro vllse- - 7 cents. to tak0 Newmans state fair sec effort There fnnilv Director, tho sin of that " h. UUtllB dju ....w rivinij nnu roiamcs nore Compound retaryshlp away from him, "double- - n. to how many signers should bo ro of trotters nnd pacers. Don Vnrrlckli " Mrs. Will Carrey nnd son Clnromv Ject to register. Extra gord' otic, n order to Invoke the recall, 1st dam wns by Wlkes noy, by deorg" And ho was never cross- - him. Elwnod, IntL "Your ramctlles haro weight about 12C pounds, I'rlco 111 Wilkes n full sister to Thc Way 2rifi- - nre back from thn city. rc,y a " ,8 cured tnn and I hnvo only taken six more mistaken in his life. Hubert's bottles of I.ydla E. linkham's Vrgcku ....., ,nan wucn uic rifini vi ream in mimmra en .nnu nnm sisicr io .nn'ieiene incin-s-to- r .w.M.. ii,.llnn was tno guest nl F. O. n. Is sold In next lOdays. Wrllo u....n.wi. .t.i-i iu, oi uuhdit d..n every way, and th( pcrcontngo requ,rcd uie mo comiHiiitid. on awful nico fellow In cnn an Illlly Wilton 220. nnd HitliT Cnldwcll Saturday night nnd or cnll and see them. II. II, Bronaugh was sick three Crab Orehsrd, Kv. w0 thought It too bad tnat a man wno c;ection can be fixed by ngrecraent Miss II. 230 2nd dr.m Mnry by Hogg's Sunday. months and cnuUi A Mexico MUsnurl paper say a C Nettie Johnston wns with Mrs. Lena liaj attained tho prominence which ho nmone those favoring tho recall and't'rey Kaglo the dam of The Wny and not walk. I sufL. Duddornr, of Stanford Ky, wni ln i I'atclicn. fered all tho time. ,;hto8 Saturday night. bo- - Madlrno in democratic ranks having ncrv- - It will probably bo a compromise has Tho doctors said I of nl,llp hnlf n.lln " !' UriKll Sold .111 llgl-- !lOr0 tJ Mexico, tills week In the Inture-- t ot coiil'l not get well ed with distinction as Stato Commls- - tween extreme views ns to notice - I'nnn,, .m nlnnn.l the Snddlo and Show Ilorso Clirunl )t considera- cn the Lexington track nt 10 months Mr- Adams for 110. without an opera election, timo required for slonor, of Agriculture, should bo her- nnd sold to N. W. Hiibli- in J. A. Harst has moved back to his Mr Dudderar ri'cehed a cordial reciii. tlon. for I could tlon nnd means used to Inform the pub ger 1.0S tlon at the hands of the l'icnl horse-of New Haven for $1 000 she also fnri. hardly st.md tho having been in league with aided as nro matlcrs of cta1 pains in niy sldo. World. Beit E.r of Corn U looping COllgll Is rilglllg in our men who recognized tno worth of th tho present republican officials, to anJ do 0, atfcct tno r,gllt ,tsejf Sucn ,lo nn th onniP Irnrf n 1fi mnnlh, e'oclnlly my right ,0I Hilundld publication ho represents one, and down my nnd sold for r00. Don ncigiitiornood. take away a paltry office from a broth saicguards will bo thrown around tho old In " A- - Jamc9 of Charleston, III, ha rlijltt lcc. I bemn .Mr Huh Jenkins Is ory low with Tho owners of snddlo slnlllotiR In thl. is fnst game and nlwnys on or democrat. And Uien to h.i,e his use of the recall ns experience raaj Varrlcl: verv rarely ever leaves ins consumption. to fed licttrr when I had taken only vicinity have, most (ill nominated tliclri '' proud dlfctlncllon of halnr g'v. the trot, one lnittlo of Cniound, but kept on republican allies hand him a largo fat prove necessary. Hut as to tho right feet. In 6 weeks handling last fall ho Dao Singleton Is ery ill nt this talllous In 111,, Chronicle's middle tho bcbt ear of corn In all the .,12r, ns I was afraid to stop too soon." Mrs rnttnil n nimrtnr nn hilf mllo trnrlf In lemon, after ho had thus compromised of recall two questions are raised: horse futurity stake. All full list of ;l3,co bushels of met ear's bumper Saimk Millin, 27J3 X. Jl. St., o ri.Ing. Sec. hnlf In 1.10 and the His democracy with them. Not spleen! First have the voters n right to ter 34 d, J i Mnrlon Vnught Is ver.. low with ron me .Missouri nnrsc nominated In this imp on tho outsldo ot 2:27 might call it ultra demo- - niiuato tho contract entered into, when mtlo in I'loaso Hubert, jou Why will vomen tako chances with big bvcut will appear In tho Intelll track not0 tho rich Inherl- - jumptlnn. At the .National Corn Show nn nitration or dr.tf; out n kiekly, cracy something you raroly find In the candidate accepted tho office? umco or spoea on uoir siues, noi Thompson was In tho city on fencer of next week. ly held nt Columbus, Ohio tin kwi existence, missing three politicians who como out of Louisville This question cannot arisa If the can- n mlaoln t llrilr f itAnnrn (Inn T1rtrt1 -; "Shanks nnd Cody, of Coliinibiii". Ga lloaw.i. was nwanled tho W. K. fiurlhsof thojoyof llvinu. when they a'- didate Is elected after the adoption to this fellow and ou can't miss eau Unci hr.ilth In I.ydla 11 l'iukham's Mri. Dora Bastln and her little bought three horsut, at Crab Orchard .N'Mtlonn! Com Trophy, donated In the four things cverv. breeder looks Yevetahlo Coiniiutid? Tho Courier Journal continues to of the recall, becauso ho will tako tho for size, disposition, speed nnd looks daughter Marl,, rove Just returned V. K I'lfih o president ot For thirty vears It has lxcn tho peo- See him before looklng your marci '' visit at her mother's, Mrs. George last weoK. They paid J C Bailey thunder for a democratic platform office subject to tho right of tho for one, got one from Mr. l'oters for the Kellon: Toatited 'orn Klnko Co, r'andard roininly for feiualo llli, and beforo Uio Stato primary ple to recall. But tho question could eason money due when mares nre Rlpney and nt Science Hill convention women of llattlf Creek, Mich., Thousands his curi'd thouvindii of I.I. .....I. who .1.1... I .. .11 I.. "" Mrs. Lizzie Carley and Mrs. Ada J.S0O and one from Mr. Smith at J.u-- t . on July 1. Don't pay too much atten- not glve much trouble any way, be UU of cars of corn from nil par,, of thai J . AUDI Ul IV W"rilLD MCI IIV 1LII11 III I1.1VO UOOCn ana tnclr 80n JUSt TO- tion to it, however, for tho Courlor cause provisions could be made. It ..ir fnVon trill tinf h ro.nnn-.IMfnr couontry nnd of nil varllles were anter j ulceration, libroid tumors, lrregnlirtl-i- d Journal very probably won't play un- necessary, for the salary to bo paid accldents or escapes. Don "Jrrlck turned from a visit to Cincinnati Not Wtry Bright. Tho selection tics, periodic pains, backache, Indlgcs- in thu cfliupotltlon. Mrs. tM. Rlgney and ner little son is a 2:10 trotter If he had the proper Negley You seem to have a poor of the grand chanmlon less It lb allowed to wrlto the plat- for tb0 unexpired term. If nn official uon. anil nervous prostratl Mi. Sween-tnkhandling. Cnrl navo bccn visiting her mother In -- nli.l.H a . T..,1, ,...1lt . uu.cr f yon Imvo tho xllclitcst donlit form and what country democrat is demonstrates his unfitness for an of meiiiKeiice n)(1 ,n awn((, T,c,or., , f , KoogK tro,,,ir ,aw that I.ydlu K. IMnk nun' H Wjfl Gnymer You wou d. too. If you , willing to stand on certain planks It lice the people can much better afClifton is n hlnck lack with Ilcht f "" "" c " tnlilo Compound will help you. PM keeps in its lumber yard? And again, ford to pay him while not serving nolnts. last Sentember. 15-- AI1s Nettle and Laura Johnson he had been looking In the dtr MrZ Wr:0 urltotu IVtrH. IMiiklumi nt Lynn, hands high with n matchless spent Saturday nnd Sunday at Way-hea- tory three days ror Zlrgler's addrriw we country boys than to allow hlny to serve oven withfor ndvlciv Your lot ter what assurance have nnd had got only a far as the D's -- ' T,lc nr r corn H"v,n by Mr J.imes will and ear. well set on a rangy neck ncsburg. 01111(101111111, will support out compensation. that the Courier-JournIs of Reld's Yellow Dent variety. It ivml tlio udvU-'Chlenrn NVw- has plenty bono nrd substanco and ns frco. Mr- - Jlm n,,rlon ' ntin on ,ho fllcU The second question tho only real a breeder ho Is net surpassed. tho r.oralneoj after they are made? Bet Il&, question in fact is whether the re RUSSELL. ter look a lcclel oud. call so robs the official of Independ- Is a black Jack with light points, - Mr. Oscar Bliss, or Crab Orchard hands .ns over to see his best girl Sundnr last August, full ir Col. Walton in tho Lexington Her- ence ns to injure the public service. year-olr nanvlllo war Mr- - AMoTa Goc'' n8nm'Ch y?1!!! "I1 Ct!r ald, says wo "handed It" to Hubert This question admits of but ono answ l a week Vreeland insaylng that it served hltn er. Why should a public official be equal of any Jack. Both of these down to Rec right to havc tho republicans double-cros- s Independent of the wishes of his con- Jacks will serve mares at ?10 to In- - M'ss Ella Gooch and Mr. Jim Mc him after ho had dealt with stituents? It is an aristocratic not a sure a living colt. Trading the mnrer Carty droc over to your town last them in nn effort to turn a good demo democratic conception of repreen forfeits the Insurance Cnre will be MeeW taken to prevent accidents, hut will crat out of tho state fair secretary- tative government Mr- that contemplates not be responsible should any occur. young cln"e Hester bought a fine ship. Well now tell us Colonol llon't horse from Fred Gooch nt Wny representative will bo Indlf Jennets will be cared foor after June that tho you think that looking at the matter Jst. at $20 to Insure a living cnlt. ccsburf ferciit of the wishes of his constitu ' A ,:irKe crowd from tDlB pIacp at from a Simon-pur- e democratic stand-rln- ents. Tho EJ. H democratic theory is that WOODS U really did serv0 him right? tended church at the Baptist church tho peoplo will think for themselves Sunday night. and select representatives to givo exEd Leigh heads a boost for his and Mr. E. I Wagner hns been In thr Ready-to-We- ar Jlenry nines. Candidate for governor pression Jo their thoughts, jho moral city on business. l standard of the repre-""tallMessenger; anI Gr!en Mrs. LI1II0 Reynolds went to Dan fn Tils Bow-tinThe beautiful combined stallion x ltio last week on business. will not be Ioworod by an "Democracy afire, fof judge Reed". Black Jo, will make the season of Mr. Dan Rlgney Is spending a few Yes, and Democracy in tho shape of increased watchfulness on tbe Part mllo north- daya public. Banks have not lost any- 1911 at our barn 1 at home wleh his parents Mr of tho grand old warhorso of the friends Stanford, Ky.. known nt. tho by the west ofATAHctnr nlnrn nf S12.f.O to """ whu,v. VJ T Madison, is going to hand the same thing In standing and character ,r- Dunn, of Purgin is vM Judge Reed a "hot one" about the fact that they aro now examined and Insure a living colt and will also his parents here. may be closed without a moment's no give tho season to th parties show-"Infirst of July. -- w. M ...w. iU& WVOfc tice. On tho contrary, tbe banking lev lnv Visa, nnrl ffnnsf www PaIIh in hn parties in by disinterested apcl has been raised and it will bo rais- Judged Uy all means let's oil tho streets ed still moro .when tho law requires Stanford, Ky. ary this summer. There Is no effective Black Joe is a beautiful black, fine' wnv i lnv fhn iliisr hut: this and after tho bank to give absolute security to and showy and all the stylo you aro A. S. B. R. so official will be better lookllng for, one of tho finest saddle, the first two weeks' trial, everyone depositors, Bay stallion hands foaled 10C when tho betrayal of trust the em horses to bo found In Central Ken will be pleased. bezzlement of power Is dealt with as tucky. Ho Is 15 hands 3 Inches high five years old and n beauty. Soo him 7049 by Enoch Arden. A perfect moi With plans on foot Tor now court-liols- n crime. before booking your mares. . But if independence Is the thing , Black Joo Is by th0 noted Preston ol a' Harrodsburg now wants a fedow '"J03 Is that not already menaced by D22. one of Kentucky's greatest sadStanford has wanted eral building. public service at Nui Will die stallions. Preston by Wa. hlng- ono for som0 time, but that's m far frequent elections? If Independence Id ton 54, Black Joe's dam Lucile by nelloy's Stock Yards at J25 to lnsur. necessary, how can wo secure It ex Mesbcnger Denmark, 2nd dam Bettle n Richness and beauty characterize our splenaa It's ever gotten. Recent shipments from New York's foremost unK tou for extended pedlgre' rept by life tenure? How can a Robinson, bv Robinson Vermont, by nnd full particulars address W. O act Independently if eleven Hambletonlan. did showing of stylish Silk Dresses for lvastcrwcar. d WALKER. Stanford. Ky.. Carroll Pre Suit Makers of Newest Styles In LARGELY PHONETIC. months afteri the first regular sessions If you want to breed to one of tho ton ,b cutered ,n tho sad(lo hors( , . Striped Satin Mcssalincs, Bordered and Dotconvener his constituents may defeat best torses In Lincoln county at a "'"'nty aKe. Suits in a fascinating assortment of SpringFabrics see J. D. Eads and him at the polls becauso of some vote reasonable pricewill bo taken to pre--i Son. All care ted Foulard Silks, Bulgarian Trimmed Pongees he has cast or some speech he has vent accidents but not responsible. $18. $20, $25, MAJOR SHELBY Finely finished Suits at In state and city th0 situation should any occur. If raarei nre trad- made? and Marquisettes at $12.50, $13.50, $15, $18.50, is tno same. Tho recall asked for ed or parted with season Is duo, lien fV. P. Wulton In Lexington Herald.. $29-5and $3". on colts for season. $22.50 and $25. would bo Invoked whicn w'o now Iiave Is also retained The death of Major Isaac Shelby ai J. D. EADS & SON, reIn frequent olectlons acts as a Arcadia In Lincoln county, at tho age Stanford, Ky. straint on all officials and acts conor snventy-nlnremoves from thc stantly. How can wo condemn tho rphtrc of action ono of tho most pro RHEUMATISM proposed recall as dangerous or desnounced typo of tho Colonel Scllon tructive and at the samo tlmo approve variety wo have over known. He CURED BY THE MARVEL OF THE or short official terms? And does not spent fortnr.os la tho illuslvo chnso o' D. B. B. 1 FST CENTURY, impeachment act as a restraint on inED FOR 30 YEARS. creator ones. Crab Orchard Springs dependence? The regular election Is a wu his, "hoby thirty or ,forty yean Aching bones, swollen Joins, per. ., . , We place on sale this weckas a special Easter offering, 20 pieces, 1200 yards of Cheney Bros form cf impeachment; it gives the peo " u,,u "" D""'i '" nlo a chanco to romovo at stated times manently cured through tho blood Navy, Black Copento which hi celebrated Foulard Silks, in a splendid assorlment of newest designs and colorings, Tho recall with pure Botanical Ingredients. To In making It n rrsoit by refining prove it we will send you a in dots, stripes and neat designs, at thc very special price of hopl visitors would flock from thc hagen, Reseda, and Tan simply eoes a step farther and per Simple Treatment Free 8outh unJ el.ewheie, but In vain. mits the voters to shorten tho torni, It you havo bone pains, sclutlcu or "ewaes uuuaint; luany r.nu.ome (When in their Judgment, the otflclai -- hooting pain, up and down tbc leB.rottages, ho put ovor $100,000 In one shoulder blades, .ha betrsyed his trust. Tho fact is, aching backororswollen muscles, swol- - building dlltllen Joints at tho springs which would and 00C a yard. OTHER SPECJAL VALUES in Dress Silks will be offered this week at Mc, that opposition to the recall is a rever-n'aco. The ?oUlencrrchneS;nbndd S-jreneral manager had dlctatfd .llS do Tho lon u, aristocracy, plutocracy und years lettw to the row nionarchy. The objection rosti upon pale; skin itches and burns; shifting property ,pascd out of als hands stralghtfronted ,. e capacity of tha peo. pains bad breath, lumbago, gout Bo- - ago, and it has Just sold for tho seeand moiit stately r blond-a- nd tanlc Blood Balm (B. D. B. which ro nnrt tn,0 for a little mom than i thl. same letter dealt largely with the -- physleal" condition flo or upon a contompt for their rights noeodB' nth of what had been spent on It. peoplo have a right to of of th Iln .Because the Major Shelby was a flno gentleman warm, rich pure blood direct to tho and tho capacity for Tha general manager was marked paralyzed nerves, bones and up to play a foursome out at the coun- and becauso tha peo-- giving warmth nnd strength Join's, md a popular ono, hut his entbuianm Jul ovcr an. pro.ect always run nway try ciub mat nueruooa ana roe plo are conscious of their right and of the Intl la the ellck-cllomaking u.et Judgment and left h.m in tontldont of their capacity, they favor machine was gettmz en hi nerve. tho lurch. Ho was tho grandson of the tlmo secure matlsni In all Its forms. So he sauntered over te tha stately tho recall and will, in B. B. B. has mado thousands ot first Governor ot Kentucky, for whom blonde's deek, where fee found her It." Bryan's Commoner. cures of rheumatism after all otner b wa9 nnraoi and he had a son of peeket dicporing eamady over a medicines, liniments and doctors aavo " years the line tionary, tailed to help or cure. DRUGGISTH th eamo na.no and for Tom Ilhoa, of Russollvlllo has oxpros, $1 PKR I.ARGIS BOT-- of Iuaac 8holbya was known by num- "Can I asolat too. Mlsa Mayete?" candidacy for Treasur or by BMNT his FIIKK by writing Bloo- - uer, down TLU "Yes; tlr. If yon win be so kind ine fifth. Major Shelby Thot word 'physical', I've been over er of tho State. There's no bettor! Balm Co.. Atlanta. Qa Doaoribo your wore the gra with valor during tn Civ., war and .trovo with all his m.Sht eeinedlca.advlce the !" und the fli'u hre times, anl man In Kentucky than Tom Rhea, and yet can't seem to lowtle It " if honored with tho position to which Itity and Qertnany. ho asplros, ha U sure to mako the old Suez Canal. Hte Peel PurmM. aeo " oiwuIub in 1S0O the Soot iiarys colonies eqiuu twice her owi "Aro yva following the raeesr Hinto a most excellent official. Cadiz B1 flrw canal has been completely cnaugod so slzp, and tbcuo of Germany "yes, and It I ever aath ap te them Record. tftnrn b.r alze. far an Its Ulmensloun are concerned. 2.1-- 4 6-d tf - Dt r Yarrick KING'S MOUNTAIN THE FARMERS For 8alo. 1G0 bales mixed bay. .Mrs I', II. Harnett, Huston lite, Ky. I'OSTKD. Father 10, W. 11. King. A bargain If sold In 30 days. A tract o' 87 acres of land on Crnb Orhcard nnd Stanford plkc 3 tulles from Crab, Orihard, Ky., Apply to W. T. durnor, 17-Stanford, R. F. D. No. 1, Inches long 7 Inches In and has 20 rows of kor nol 6 to the Inch In the row, nvorngw of an Inch In width. It U indeed n very correct typo of yellow Dent l 10 2 WOMAN tl. 24-l- ESCAPES ......,, 8 OPERATION . WnsCurcd o.u1 """ ham's Vegetable .- - ma"f ' 4 . .,, 9 hi i $&&eU - 3-- 4 www 1 il El-w- 2 ii- Kvl-lgi- ffi "r,"' 2 ., """" I .... l..n i r.. e ltt,; T w , d Mn., li C- d 3-- 4 wh ........ ,,".,... Easter And Spring Fashions (, Black Joe 2 ' ve ' .. "? e Clrca ttt Carroll Preston 1G-- 2 KfE announce our Easter and Spring display of AuthoriAptative Styles in Ladis' and Misses' parel, consisting of Tailor Made Suits, Silk, Linen and Mohair Coats1 Separate Skirts, Silk and Lingerie Dresses, Waists, Petticoats and Kimonas in an endless assortment of beautiful models. A variety of cleverly designed garments, that, will out-of-the-ordin- ti-- peal to those that desire the sensible prices. styles at v ' f "" New Coat Suits. Man-Tailore- New Silk Dresses ..... $5. 0 o Special Easter Sale Of New Spring Silks. iu jn ... ..... 59c a Yard. i " -- - lc I'811 Fashionable Spring Footwear. TZZlCtZ rJTZ'JnT k ZStS&SZt &. &Z Our showing of Stylish Oxfords, Pumps and Low Shoes for Spring Now Ready. trouand X J0M mmmmM. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. I I jj" . .- - Mfr i Get Yourself To Thinking yk I r TWyrX same We believe you will conclude that this store is the plac to trade. We are right at your door with a high class stock of goods and our prices are reasonable and in most cases lower than city stores in the larger towns ask goods. for the W" ) $10.00 Wc are showing thphest suit for $10 we have ever shown. Not $15 now anil $11.50 later in season but right at the beginning of the season, special pricolO, colors navy, light grey, tan, catin lined. 85 to $10. For new rubberized rain coatc, For the business woman, the teacher, or the woman who drives those raincoats are indispemihlc. Th-s- come in tan, nary.? . i i j and bine!:, and ate made or pongee andi situ. 10 to 25 Cents. For the very newest creations in window draperies the demand for piece goods in window accessaries is very this season. We have Swisses, Mission nets, fancy bordered nets etc. V--- .... grt $19.50 and $25.00 Wc are showing a swell line of new spring suits, in cream, serge, stripe serije, light grey and jiavy blue. The quality is right the prices reasonable. S1.98 For school childrcns' sattecn rubberized capes. Get thom ready for the spring rains now at this. special price. 98 Cents. For a 27 inch baby Irish pattern in white flounol ing. l his is an extra value. 1 here are rive pattern! enough in each pattern to make the flounce for skirt and the kimono waist the pattern of 5 yards ccsti $4.90. $2.75 to $10.00 $3.00 For a black chiffon taffeta petticoat. This is de cidedly the best skirt we have ever seen for this! money. 8 Cents. For your choice of 200 pairs sample dress shields Regular price up to 35 cents in Klemerts best goods Each shield has a little mucilage on itwhere pasted on the sample card. They are not hurt by thji.-- ; Price as long as they last 8 cents. r w New dust coals in linen, silk, pongee, and mohair. These most serviceable and stylish garments promise to be the rnge. Let us show you. $1.85 to $2.75. For King tailored lawn and lin;n shirt waists. This brand of waists are in a class by themselves. The fit uid stitching is perfect. $5.00 For fine ohiffon taffeta silk and messaline silk petticoats. We also have an extra good black taffeta! silk petticoat in extra large sizes at $5. 25 and 35 Cents. For new fancy ribbons in stripe, plaid, plain and dresden. See these before the assoitment is broken :rcfc,ittjiw.w vvKseTf&vmtiimrKixurjaexn. v -- .? - . .siaxi.'cjs - -- A o.tM !ir-T- . ii ?. i ih.a...- - a. .... . . t SJ1. .- -. A, mxn-r- f .t''3-i- i SEVERANCE & SON, STANF ORD, KY. ' ut S I I itching and cake the dandruff so It 10,000 lolls of wall paper Just In. Terry and little daughter . Tho ladles are cordially Invited to Henry Lawman. SHORT LOCAL NEWS 2A.2 U. A. TrlbbKj. Millinery opening April 1. curVluch attend our lluttio have been visiting Mrs, Perry's Mr. Williams Jonoj residence nnd 24-Misses Straub. smokehousa burned down Wednesday trouble but u real icalp medicine that Mr. J. II. UuMle .has been quite III brother In Mndlfcon County. Krcau lot of wall paper Just In. J. U'jll wtaMlshed grocery, and gennight ol last week, about supper time will kill the germs causing dandruff 21-' with an itflliinm Ilka the crip. Editor K. A. Albright, or tho ML K IkuuJej' .&. Co. eral merchandise bu.sio85 Jt McKin-ue.. w i .Mr. J. It. Hush, ol Lexington attend ..it p.r"ac" The night was extremely cold, and and sralp disease leadhig fellow drug- Walker iVcrtuw, Signal, was hero Tuesday for lor sale cheip. Apply to 1). S. they were over a half mile from any, Learning from ed tlio funeral of Ids rolativo Mm n short while. next Sunday afternoon a two o clock Jutt tho nicest and ir.obt stylish nut- -noIghljors. They Btaycd at Mr. stote tnroughout America that they .Mary Yager, hero on Sunday. at tho Uan s Creek Christian church Miss M.Utle Orlnsiend returned to line of millinery ever brought to Wednesday night and bad found a whirlwlw cure for dan- Mr. and Mrs. Klrby llujrne, of Now. Hoi. J. T. Chastecu felt from u Ho will nil a reguhtr nppolntment at eina nnd all diseases of the Ixillsvlll(, Wednesday after n pleat- - ISt.uiloid will bL shown nt Miss Klla shearln'a drutr "9 "ow ," ,Mr- civitlo rann up to attend the liurlul of nut Ma und 8caP the Penny Urus Slore visit to Mrs J, V. Ireland here. Muv Saundora' opening April 1st. WHt;on at bir home im the Lanraster that churth. no will on ,,rovins to the laboratories com- Mr. Jone'o loss, wai Mrs. Mary Yager Sunday. pl'c list week and is laid up for a are invited. Tlu- youuK men of Stnuford pave a You 'roon rebuild. Uo had Just about fin- - pounding tho treatment that it Is the Qruvol of Miss Dottle rnm.ll. H. I). Hartley is UistriDiuing while. nantM,,, pay,nB for i,B ,,iaco of !00 acrea most prominent drug store In this city night. A ileliKhtfitl dnnto Friday pome itick pins among his friends. a Switch lii Icon the guet of her mint . eocured the acency for the remedy. Fresh supply of Hex and Dlii'i 'icin t o th(J iveii fnrm number of very attractive girl uerc Thlj remedy ZCMO tne clean liquid . company the Vulcan Plow, Mm. J. 1.. Jnrvla. ooii! at W. tJ..& K. 11. Denbnnrs Plymouth Itock eggs. For which hia Ihirrod 'Mr' w,lllnm SIIcox nclMsd Cal'1- - U' preparation that kills the germ of dli present and nil had a fin,, time. The Mlmlonary Society of the Hap t.onipjn) li sending out. hntchlug ol iho finest breeding. Uur Durhnm c,urK n hu mcory th? .lao nnd 2I.:M0 S0Al, to wash the- J. W. Huyden uhs hero from I'arN tint church will meet with Mm. 3. M, Low colonist ratoj to destinations cnlckena nrc large, Mg bonnrt, and week while Mr. George Durham ecalp or skin clear and clean of the Kuufley on Friday afternoon at 2; 30, Inst week, .attending a meeting or I no In tho west uortliweit mid southwest U. L. Penny guarantees tain ivbt idantlrurf or scale nnd by Its antiseptic KggB 1U for fl, 100 for well barred. was " Valley Ijind" Company ivU Southern qualities motile and heal, Mini Daisy l.unsford lias licon con' .. Cumberland iralln ay. Tlcknts on sale S5. Mm. S. K. Duddcnir, It. It. 'o. 2 lets to promptly put any distressed or SoIl, unil guaranteed by drugelsts-hauie- h upset stomach In splendid s,hape and! Mn- - Salnuul Armstrong aged 7. fund to hor bed two weeks with grip. Ho was accompanied by In youii; I dally until April ICtli, lill. J'or fur-- ! Lancaster Ky. ,1,e1 Wrdnendiiy. Sho leaves an aged everywhere and In Sianrord by C L. Watt, an cttoenipd subscriber ,son. A. C. indigestion. Largo bor 50 cent thtr iuformatlnu, ask any agnnt. South ,bitsbaid wnd a daughter. Mm. Tom.le,rny- cr of thn I. J., order hi paper chniuiK Mr and Mm. Mi Donald lllackcrb) itrn railway or write to A. It. Cook, KJ Cosby. Wanted A book caso Tor d clrculat- to Ml. Vernon, where he lias mov- of Loulsvlllo, attended the burial of D Stratton, DPA. f.oulsvillo, Ky., DPA Tho "Ue!l0 Fortl Walton Company", ol MT. VERNON. Elder Roberts, of tho Methodist Mrr-- nrnnffvUle. Ind., 0. C. Doam, Jr., A. (1, Ing lltiraiy. A loan for a few months tho rciuntkaUlo little company with ed. .Mrs. Maty lnr.er hero Sunday. Dr. 1C. J .Drown was Jown from rhureh lwjld quarterly fccrvlcos and would be appreciated. Apply this Si-Mr. W. A. nnimmett who has been the big program that is as entertain-lu- communion services T Hhort. of LouIbvIIIc, was it I o V. A. St. Louis, Mo. f Ico or Woman's IsDjirovuHieirt QIiik. at tho Methodist. IStanford Sunday to see Judge Lair. us a drama an'd as "classy" ns an Ixlttnt; hU parent Mr. nnd Mrs. V here. Mr. and Mrs. O V. WalDn visited church here Sunday. ut. wrtlnn ot Ikirourtrr artist's recital has been secured for a 'Mr.Walllu'b parents near Cralj OrcU-.iIm. Amanda Howard, of SprliiB-- ; Tntrr h niurr i Aisrr It. llrummott, has returned to his eggs, GOo concert at Tho Opera House Wednestho Doptlst church Tuo laaies v. Uurrcd Plymouth llock sn.l u .o "" fluid, Mo., ti tlsttliiK her sister Mrs. Ivw )tir. m iuihvs tu Lo larura ie. ' "" homo in Tulsa, Oklii. will. Ml:lnn.v llnllir ' 15. Hubert Carter, StanfoxU, day night, March 29. .'ww.w...rf ......rf nl inn ' 1,llls' J0-- anl Walter Uobliri, of by rmoUjitJy iuttibi lor Ur.rtu.! 1. rimi.JtM. &utptuuouixtU i William 8. Warrtm. . ., . . - .. Mub Nannlo May nrumt'iott Tlsltcd church Sunday March. 26, be-- ;, uii3,M Ky., It. F. D No. I Ururc wituiM1.! tritoi iitui ( d i Sc.rr Kin rwu l.q.Urc ttuUtuUonAl engraved !nitu ii'.n rMi j it tknkut Cjt'irrli Ij a rumtttutvr&i. jP twoen 11 and 12 A. M. Handsomely Mlss (luttnva Ururamelt Saturday and P8RCB T LEAV-- " HOrVTE. Durham yesterday. MnJ. and IH, J.tfrti Cum, uiu'Jriurfd CU.'n f i rtirt .i Mr. Hugh McCord of Akron. Ohio. Mn w . M, U 0, xVasUlncton. n. bao ben received Lore, icudln as lii CH. Tuitoto, li Ai'i. iahHie htmv.ly l tutioral Uvt.i .10 Millinery opening Saturday, Apr3 oir Cu".t Sunday, k takii ' ir ui u'fct n larjo lovksr f r haa leaumcd his old placo ns ongrn-'1st, See the pattern baits, Francej ollowo. Trr nUer n xJaIt r B0Vcrai dnys wltJl U1 JWujcau. Mivti It fcrt. dtrxlir on IN Cuwd; May llorndon In out again at-- I i Miss itrrarsra wbore hingnHro sore, . racked per on lll0 c. S. R. It. having heen the fanjl,y of w tli tj .in Thiir nliM 2t-- 2 Vandotcor, .JudKo nnd Mrs. Edwin: Clay O'ltear u,a - K (ilia to cunt J spark8i Mt WeJ. hd dundrrd d.i:rt (or any vttti .coitirhs, are tirced to tiT a weeks' Illness of grip. and rn iu raiiou Dact. s nco me striKo. request tho honor of your prcienco Ur lvu!Ar r t. tmtimonuia. a ct. roitu.oiiU. ,.dn.. ,U, jchvin.. ... ny. ... . Sillier MVWMM, ,.u, m. .VM,,,IV, v ijiim:. ,iyi - aad But tali aaothsi tiaM N. It. R. In bllldlnc now AJ.ID iUCCU IU .u.. I.', O. WCIVIIU Tin. I.. a TV. i. Mm. W. 11. Ilrumraqtt visited her ttol ut -" nt the tnarrlaRo of tiielr d.iunhtor IUU NOT A WORD OF SCANDAL " lUf OVCr t mrKt'sat" not aM I h There " stock pens at Shelby aty. Iti'lUi. mU l"ll. Helen 40 yeaw, Signal. i sister who Is real sick Mm. C. P. l.Ol IJT. MK B l9W i7iniTery jnarred tho card of a neighbor on Mr . w1 of tho Presbyterian Tho ladles to FOR SALE OR RENT OLD INTEH V. P. Spanga, of .Manvllle, Wyo., who ci yon at home. "It ued me of Ar.dcrtoa Monday and Tuesday, hold n bawnr on April 14. ) mm--mr- m Uiulgii Itichard (,u.v.ell UauHoy BUILDING AUOVE u!d; "She told Dr. Klng'a New Life limr trntiLt" writes W R M1r,ti nf church will IOR JOURNAL Mm. W. H. Underwood Is Improving Friday at tho Wyborg Hoa- ofico for United States Navy NATIONAL I'llis had cured her of obstinate, kid-ne- Calaratae, Ark.. wBn all else failed LINCOLN COUNTY after n severe attack of appendicitis trouble, and made her feel llk aid I galaed 47 pounds la wcght. Ita the benefit of the church. tro Tuesday evening, April 20th APPLY TO L. R. HUGHE8. BANK. TirWy tav will ba glad to know aid hor malty friends a new woman." nab but wire romo-d- y Inng cwrw " kind of all eousKn their Tne udieB Aid of the Christian nineteen hundred and eleven STANFORD, KY. Thonsands owe tleorgo P Hoppeer came over from ,loId a nirlhday Social at sioinnch, liver ond kidney trou- 11 for thltty o'clock vd hlUi to IL It's positively cUurth will at son ble. Only 20 cents at Penny's Drug piMMtatal for otiKs, Colds. LaQrlp- - Mrs. II. C Catron s residence fcrlday Central University to spend Sunday KpUcopal c'hure'i South Motltodlat J. 1). Steonbergens sells, bullda, re- Store with tho homefolks. p, AKthraa, Cronp all Thrqat aait night March 31st for the oenellt or I'raukfort Kontucky pairs and ndjiiftu soalos nt rock tin: soe A yi. l.uag noitit ,ho churcli. Everybody bring a penny Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Garnott wont to torn prlcej. See him for prlcca be. ore Thc ladles of Stanford are invited tre at Peany's Drug store. Hecertloit 'Cnvo Cltv Sunday to Bpend several for each year of bis ago. you buy. Address Crab Orchard, Kv. eorcmony Immediately nftor to attend ray millinery opening Satur weoka with Mr. fiarnott'H mnthor. Aunt Margaret Urown, colored, Glen Ayr NOTICE TO CREDITORS. down Tuesday niorn- burned Karl Colomnn attended a big day, April 1. France Vandeveer U't i In Best companies Iswett rats. flor eakfast. lxst most every received Invitations to lodgo meeting in Danvlllo Thurs l'rlendi have rrs The Kuroka Portrait Co.. a corpora-1- " R. M. ray night. Jas. A. Henzloy, Fred P ,tho marriage of MIdb Jennlo I). Helm sura your property today with tlon under tho lawB of the state ofu""" 00. Nswland. Rnnd Mr. A. . C. Dinwiddle, of JuncFriable, Jw.30 Swoonoy, Joo "II" Kentucky, doing business In Stanford ,, "' aJM"' UM? aro May a'Ive , Hnd Hcury Simpson, of Iincns-tcr- , tion City, tho woddlng to take plaoo at has been placed in the Mnds of "' have rautoa tho Minks Hotel Ve ! .. i. ., WjH i I nlao woro prcsoul at tho big do- - line (jurisiiau cuurcn i. tl..( v"' ' Tuolul,son I'ughca has aecured BETSY'S POINTER6! " '" "",v will carry a stock ot general meri a recolver Inesday April fifth, at tfcreo o'clock. and '" th C8, "' "" lWer "A houso keeper ahould remembor. Inns. All peMon.; having claims against chandise lnytlio same building con' Molly, that a guest neon more In an Tho regular meotlng of tho Current Jlbo youiij; poopl0 art well known and ducted by my son J, lftumons. In conshould fllo them with me not later hour than a host can see In a year, 24-KentB Club was held with Mm. J. N orr popular In Central Kentucky. nection with tho storo Mr. J. F. Tartn than May 1st, 1911. SCALP and Borne women can toll a good houso A HOPEFUL MESSAOE TO la a daughter of Mr. Kuundcra on Thursday ntternoon, Tho Tho brldo-to-bwagon for a whilt AND MT.N WHO'S SUFFERERS keeper by looking at tho mat at tho J. W ItOCHKSTKH, Receiver. '"subject ol th afternoon wan Vnlvnrcnl nnd Mrs. 0. II. Holm, of Junction tiII run a produco HAIR IS THINNING. Any favors from tho public will bo I Dandruff now bald later. Tho samo front door before entorlng All my Peace, and Mrs, William Severance City, and Is a young woman of rare appreciated and satisfaction given. I XHOCOLATES AND lis trito of scalp diueii!es. In fact bald- - friends aro highly pleasod slnro t.ioy JUNCTION CITY lead nu excellent paper, Quito a num loauty and msny accomplishments. ahull rnntlnun n elvn nttantiou to n8s Is a scalp disease. The troublo CONFECTIONS her of guests were present boaides tho Mr Dinwiddle la n very sueceBsful 'iniln Unm'a VinalnPBH to thn hpt r tullli tho Krea -- alves nnt MM. D. Vox 8r. attended the -- ' bean, and pork now on saia txJtS!i)srxjkva members aa dat the con- business man and numboru hia friends regular Club dandruff and scalp curea you i Tf' n' A Convention In Danville C, K McClure, Morcland, Fcr Sale By SHUQARS & TANNER. Y. Uavo u,eU &Q far u lhat lLoy dont Jo jo and 13 cents, clusion of tho program a delightful by hfa acquaintances. Danville Mos- my ability, Stanford, Ky, last wceK sno was Uie guest or irs.auytulng but temporarily rollere thai Ky. serPKY AND COLEMAN. salad course was sftrreff. PERSONAL and SOCIAL - Mm. O O 2 NonVVrilly 2 y , I jp. Mr',J" 23-2- .,',., : Ml-on- n , i j ', 7 F. I a "" --- IlrofT-apti- st 21-2- UtvC-ovi- t. -- 'uvt-ina- it wr C 11 -- c- fi Dnr-ut- - v truie, 'iri 15-6- rest-tdenc- o ma-toni- c 1 Una-oldo- o '. r-i(j0& $L Famous Since 1842 v ) vls-Ky- It1", I A d '"'.'ll.Mch'a K.in : ii ii ii 11 1 i 'I ni.i ! J THE STAFFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOlTRNA- i- v Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be SUFFERED 23 Mrs. J. II. Rourland, Son Saba, Texas, YEARS I SUCCESS. The man who succeeds above Ms fellows is tlie one who eatly in life clearly discerns his object and PURE DRED POULTRV. lrulH9Rifr$? BB I (4 For Sale Dy Reliable Breeders Line Cards In this column $1 Cash for Season ) I (3 o ) Compounded Whc.i f- - Constant Sufferer From Chron ic Catarrh Relieved by Ptruna. .ataW writes: "For vH I toward that object habitually directs his powers. Thus indeed even genius itself is but fine observation strengthened by fixity of purpose. Every man who observes vigilantly and resolves steadfastly rtows unconciousIy into genius. Bulwer-Lylto- B o T a V"iT n'" u uil has pre r you to scribed 11 nietnwute i l.Mirta.H Hon Ii to ihtc. the linvn ili.it tirvseri.iiinn nlaccd in the limidsnf n. thnrmirhh' reliable ntulrnmnetent nli.nrmnpUt so It will Imj CcHlinouni'.cil ci.tctK' ns directed. We h.ive earned an enviable rci)iit.itl n for always bcinc; very careful ami painstaking H mrmmnniinillnir nnd feel that, ill all illstico tn vour nira t;ood health, you should bring your next prescription J&r. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber Roods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For Interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABA5TINE. the beaulitul wall coating. 1.. ul aruplesot tints and ask us knout audi twen-ty.thr- ce years FOLEY'S KIDNEY PILLS a ?A ml I was a con atant sufferer from chronic mis-cr- catarrh. I had a severe y ing In tho top of my head. There was nl- .most a con of and burn- Neutralize nnd remove the poisons Hint cause backache, rheumatism, nor vonsness nml nil kidney nnd Madder Irregularities. They build up and restore tho natural action of these vital crgniii). Shugnrs nnd Tanner. S. C. V I PENNY RUG STORE. &&$!' Stanford Kentucky SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, April 9th BaalHalaMalaaHaBaMaaaVaMaaaMBMaaaMaMaa I $1.50 Round Trip HHHH $.50 Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Attention Poultry Raisers ii- ii Jto I i Sick Fowls Don't Pay, Droopy Hm Won't Lay. Retention of Heat. In human beings tho skin Is the printinual drop-plngmucus cipal tncniiH of heat loss, being rrsjioii slide for the loss of 87.5 per cent of Into my throat, the total bent lost. This Is not so In which caused some animals (lie dog. for Instnnce. frequent 'I00" "t permit Its whose hairy ration. to perspire. The dog loses heat My entire sys I skin largely by Its expired air and by tho tem gradually radiation nml emigration of wntcr became Ifrom Its tongue; thus It pants nnd puts nvolved, nnd out Its tongno on n hot day. Obviousmy condition Mrs. J. H. Bourland. ly our clothes prevent tho loss of hent, crew worse. I had an Incessant cough nnd frequent and the moro effectually ns they ore attacks of bilious colic, from which It bad conductors of heat. For this reaseemed I could not recover. My bowels son flannel, wool nnd ftirs are so much nlso became affected, causing alarming "warmer" than linen or cotton, manttacks of hemorrhages. I tried many terials from tho vegetable kingdom remedies, which gavo only temporary nnd therefore not tho natural clothing relief or no relief at all. I at last tried nf. animals. Pcruna, and in three days I was reWARNING TO RAILROAD MEN lieved of the bowel derangement. After using five bottles I was entirely cured. Look out for severo nnd ocn I most cheerfully recommend the use of kidney and bladder trouble Peruna to any one similarly atillcted." resulting from years of railroading Geo &. Bell Ci9 Third St., Fort Wayne, The Name Quaker. a condueor on wim says that tho name Ind., NUkel many yearn says: "Twenty X' London writer Plate. He a lo- ih Quaker "sprang from tho lips of of rallroadlag left my kidneys Is This man was jenrs oenuilion. Tiwe wras n cal Justice Shallow." lerrllJle one Bennett of Derby. The name was twin a c rots my back naJ hips a gibe nt George Fox. who once de- m ray kldaeys gave roe sueh distress was clared in the Justice's court that all and the action of my bladdergot a ought to "quake" nt hearing the name freqient and most painful. I and o'f God. Tho Society of Friends orig- supply of Foley's Kidney Pills ImSeekers a the first bottle made a wonderful mo themselves inally called provement and four bottles cured more beautiful nnd nlso moro obvious coranlncly. Since being cured I have but ranch less picturesque term. iMcommended Foley's Kianey s to many of my railroad friends. and Taanec A COLD, LA GRIPPE, THEN PNEUMONIA Four Graat Musicians. Fnlestrlna wns a revolutionist in bis Is too often the fatal sequence. Foley's Houev and '''or expels tho cold day, but is now virtually obsolcto even cnecks the la grippe, and prevents for tho severest classicists. Gluck was pneumonia. It Is a prompt and relia- as radical an Innovator ns Wagner, ble cough medicine that contains no yet it is only occasionally and with narcotics. It is as cafe for your chil- difficulty that one of his works can dren as yourself. Shugnrs and Tan- now be briefly resuscitated. Beethoner. ven wns n madman even to many of tho best musicians as late as ISO.", when, as that musical veteran. ProATTENTION HOUSE KEEPERS, cx-iic- IM Mi White leghorns Diamond itraln year 'round layers of large, white eggs $1 per setting. A. C. Alford Stanford, Ky Pure Crescent S. C. White Leghorns. Eggs for setting. Mist Lizzie Davison, Phone 15. ftrV: "ffra&R O o i Or o n c:" Q t.1 .1' v C Pure bred Dlack Minorca Eggs $1 per tettlng Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. Choice White Wyandotte cockerels. f.t Kg5s 11.60 for IP. Mrs. J. N. Cash. a a w ' Stnulord. THOROUGHBRED S. C, R. I., REDS Eggs for sale $1 for 16 Imported Cock at Head of Yard. D. M. WALKER, Stanford, 'Phone 130 If you wnnt hens that lay In wlntor, f:nt ill. $3 u'linn Anna nra Mih Buff Orpingtons. Kggs l for 15. W . si. i'. Kincaid, mono ivv, ainnioru. DUFF ORPINGTON Eggs For Sale 15 for SI C. C. WITHERS. R. F. D. No Phone 1431 Stanford. Ky. Imported a a WU J YTIlACOOn Iiderhcimer, Stein & Co i r O JS. s 2. FT Tur nov GENTEELLY, OF COURSE QUALITY IS DIFFERENT OUT CUP. CHEAPER BOYS' SUIT3 HAVE THE SAME SNAP AND STYLE AS THE DCST ONES. V, L HAVE OUR COMPLETE SPRING STOCK FOR THESE LITTLF MCN RANGING IN PRICES FROM $3.50 TO $ir0. JUST DROP IN AND SEE THEM AND DUY LATER IF YOU WISH THEM. AKt UlltATUREU OF HAfllT. TWFW INrOTHEHACITEARLYINLIFE OF DtESOING I mm-tnu- stock Buff Orpington eggs 75 cents for 15. Daby chicks $2 per Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Standozen. ford, Ky., Route No. 1 'Phone 533 2 H. J. McRoberts. opfrfK? en? pre e ifrgKCMfrQ Stanford, Kentucky. m cojp p o & a eyr Sr Shu-gar- Runner Dudx Eggs. setting of 12. THE Indian Runner Is known at the Carriage and Wagon Work done Leghorn of the duck family, for ggt. strictly first class. Any casting broken, mended at good as new. All work Mr. D. E. Proctor, Phone 193. guaranteed. We solicit part of your patronage. S. C. Drown Leghorn eggt, 60 cenU J. H. GREER. per setting. Mrs. J. M. Cre's, R. F. D Somcret St., Stanford, Ky. No. 4, Stanford. "Phone 380 G. Lan caster, Ky. TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS am now located on Fourth ireet, with the bent equipped stable in Dau BUFF ORPINGTONS. They Lay They Weigh. They Pny. llle and will he flail to see vom at any time. And will show the bull's Eggs $1 for 17. W. DEN WEAREN, Stanford. Ky especially ci urtcous treatment For Sal- - Indian $1 for Horse Shoeing, 1 S. m t aaaaaaaaa chicken, bread etc., whirh the ladles of the Christian church will have on sale at the store room next door to Sam Robinson. Sale begins promptly Why lose your fowlst Why take chances at 'olo'. against disease! A few drops of Bourbon Poultry TO TRAVELERS. Cure In the water keeps fowls strong, vigorous and thrifty, protects them against disease and puts them I am the agent in this section In prlmo condition for It Is the only Steamship remedy Uat can be depended upon to cure roup, Chol- for the Great American polnU. European all to Qapes simply because It destroys the germs line era and See mp, when you think of trave'lng which cause ktece diseases. One SO cent bottle W. LANDGRAF, makes 12 gallons of medicine. Every Poultry raiser Waynesburo, Ky. sxould keep a bottle of this medicine en hand. era-layin- Don't worry over your bill of fare for Sunday, out go to market Saturday April 1st and get cakes, salads fessor Haupt, himself said tho "Fifth Symphony" was rehearsed in Berlin for tho first time nnd tho orchestra dashed tho music from the racks, declaring it was crazy and could never bo played. Now this same "Fifth Symphony" Is considered a model of form, and Its composer Is tho cherished idol of conservatives nnd classicists. Medicine For Kldney Indian llunner Duck eggs from a great laying strain Jl er setting of 12 J.l for 15 All orders receive prompt attention. Wolford Loell, II. K. D No. 1 Stanford. D. F. LOGAN. 1U WC HAVE THEM ALL ON THE HUN Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY Barred Plymouth eggs for sale, Jt for 15. Also Indian Kunnor dack eggs II for 13. Mrs. Andenon Nnnnelley, McCluo Houte, Moreland, Ky. STYLE. whiu It rnnn's to suppl)lng hU'.i grjdr lumber W,, know of none that fur ilith letter lumber, mighty fes who tin offer a good But even where our tan be iiuttihcd o"r pili-.'rannot. (Ilvo us jour next order and notice how much hws It takes t fin lib a Jub and haw much smaller the s bill la. A Soeclal i. OUR BOOKLET ON "DISEASE OF FOWLS CAU8E, r"MPTOM8 AND TREATMENT," IS FREE. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT. Ky. Beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., we NOTB. This firm won first prize .id color special for cockeye) alxo will offer for sale at our place in medal for best bird In nhnw at 111.. King's Mountain, Kentucky, on fconrl Sute Poultry Show. Saturday Aprl', 1st 1911, i navo ueen raising chickens for When you fed that you nearly fifty years and Bourbon PoulFive bead of horses, canalting of 1 can hardly drag through try Cur. Is the most SAtiafactnrr rum good buggy mare, tine breeder, will your daily work, and are dy for cholera and gapes that I have drop colt In April by Carroll Preston tired, discouraged and ever used. .Mrs. W. W. Ralston, 1 1 extra saddle mare; breeds woll. miserable, take Cardui, Ky. For turkeys ami chickens Bourbon good family horse, trusty; 1 the woman's tonic. Poultry Cure does nil that you claim filly by Joe Brown. Jr. Thti colt is Cardui is prepared for for H. If you have no agents at Kan-pa- s well bred, will make a combined maro, the purpose of helping City, I would like to take a 1 women to regain their filly by Joo samples with me and distribute works well; strength and health. them among tho largo breeders. S. A. Brown, Jr., both of theso colts are Not by doping with Havens, Shelbyvllie, Ind. out of a good snddlo mare. 1 extra NOTE Mr. Hntcng was awarded pood yearling filly by old Preston, In strong drugs, but by the twei ty six ribbons on his fowls, Includ gentle, tonic action, of 1 milk cow, novor ing first prize for beat gohbler, at Mis fino shape, 1 No. pure vegetable herbs. .goes dry, In good shape. 2 bugglo soiirl Stote I'oultrv Show, I feci It wy drjty to gi-.my tosll ' one, n rubber tiro practically new, 2 B5G motiy In regard to Bourbon Poult rv sets of buggy harnesM, lap robes horso Cure. I bought sotn0 turkeys tha't jblankot, etc., 1 blcyclo. saddles, were affect! V1U chMtrj and p.)up, grind fitono, Chattnnooga doublo shov and 1 used it and did not lose n If I plow, now lawn rnowor, gardon plow bird In my flock. I thlnV it u dlggors etc the beat poultry remedy 1 know of. fence stretchers, pogt-holou nro pnviipgea to uso niv name to 'l2 or 15 barrels of salt, lot of maiit the public or to your customers. I and lard. have been ralslncr nonltr.. for mnnv Mrs. L N. Nicholson, Alio our household and kltchon fur- vonrs, nnd have used many reraedlo? of Shook, Mo., writes: nlturo, consisting of 2 organs, 2 kltctv of different kinds, and Bourbon Poul"Before I began to take try Cur, Ir tho best remedy I ever en cabinets, 2 dining tables 2 safca, Cardui, I was unable to used. Mrs, Sallle Comntou. Porrv- - 2 book rasoH and desks combined, 1 do any work. I have ville, Ky. Davenport, 1 bed room suit, three taken 5 bottles and have dresgers, folding bed, sowing machine, improved very muclu I 7 rocking chnlrs, dining chairs, now can do the most of my Wo have hundreds of tMtli"iaIs llko tbct.e, In our circulars nnd Morrti chair, ono good stovo range booklets The remedy does tho work .or there piomlnent poultry raisers housework now. household nnd kitchen wouldn't say no. They wouldn't buy. It nd then lie about It If it failed nnd all other "I can't say too much necessities. Try and soe for yourself what It will do for your fowls. for Cardui, it has done so TKRMS. All sums under J10, cash much for me." i $10 and over, cosh or bankable note. Your druimist sells Car DRUG CO STANFORD. KY. NEW STANFORD MURPHY A ACTON, dui. Get a bottle today. ...DANVILLE, KY. T. P. CURRY & SON, King's Mountain, Ky. LANCASTER, KY, J. R. MOUWT. SON A 00 , JUNCTION CITY. KY. & EVANS REYNOLD Please bcju! mo by express two Quart of Bourbon Poultry Cure. No one who la an poultry ral cr can afford to bo without this valuable medicine. It does all you claim and more. I take pleasure In recommending it as the best poultry remedy I ever saw. It It working like magic in this county. My frlendt who are using It say they never saw anything like it. People call me over the phone and say, "My t sick, what must I dot" I tell them t use Bourbon Poultry Cure, and In n few days they call mo and say tuelr birds ore sound and woll. I havp u great many B P. Rock chickens and 125 of the finest M. B. turkeys in the State, I use this reraery and never have n sick fowl. It gives them Etrength and vitality and makes tboir plumage bright and glossy. See my exhibit at the next state fair. Mnj J. D. Cox, Lawrenceburg, Ky. NOTE. Mrs. Cox was awarded first prize to th-- i bobt gobblur ft Kentucky State Fair and first prize for best hen at illuo Grass Poultry Show. Every year I have been losing from 75 to 100 chicliena from gapes, and I bad about concluded not to try raising any more. I got a bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure, and used it according tn directions, only n llttlo inoro freely, as mine wns a rasa of jears of Infection. Now I have 200 chicks, nil tbrltty and growing nicely, and not n "gapey" on among thera, in spite of the fact that they Imvo free access to a big wood yard, which In a breeding plaee Mrs. Jetipjn U. Stetens i ,r the pests. Lynchburg, Vt. Last year we lost an entire hutch from white diarrhoea; this year we hav used Bourbon Poultry Cure tn nw tilcir drlnklBC lmtr nnntluitnllv have not lost any. Wo highly recommend It to bo ail you claim for It, and we aunouie our success to the use of It- W. E. Johnson & Son, Lexington, Those Fighting Game Chickens. Many elderly peoplo hnve found In THE GPEY GRISTS. Foley's Kidney Remedy a quick relief Tho Prettiest Fowls In the WorU and permanently benefit from kidney Kggs If. for :t.00 annoynnd bladder ailments and from S. J. EMBRY, JR. ing urinary Irregularities due to advancing years. Isaac N. Began. Far"Foley's Kidney mer, Mo., says: PURE BRED POULTRY NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. remedy effetced a complcto cure In my Indian Runner Duck eggs St for 12 Ruff Orpington eggs l 15 cftRe nnd 1 wnnt others to know of The Hustonvlllo Iloller Mill Com- It. Shugars and Tanner. Kngllsh Salmon Fnvornlls J. for 15 pany n corporation under the lawn of MRS. S. J. EMBRY, JR. state of Kentucky, doing business tn THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911. S. A. HILL lbc town of Hustonvllle , Kentucky., is new closing up its business aa a Breeder of finest strain persons having claims corporation. All Island Redt The regular price of the Louisville Single Comb Rhode against It will present tbcm for pay- Times Is 15 a year. If you will send Clock and eggs tor salo in season, it your order to ub you will get the I. J, K. D. No. 3 Lancaster Ky, ment. L. T. Young Sec.&Treas. nnd TRG BG$T mGAL - in CONCRETING J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. STAOFORD Carson's - Restaurant W.A. CARSON, PROP. Waarvlu roillion to do all klnu ot rallnf, such at lllock Work, fat.n.ah nj. In (itcl.witraii mnko ny thing frai bouiduwn to m frnoe pott, Wm cab t yoo pfDroplly an1 laaraut)- - nrt-iCull am! KM uiir yt r work ant mati-rlIxtora you buy ynur intrll at ltst ,- PHILLIPS BROA., rilnut'unl, Ky. fnWic Sale year for only tb Loulsvillo J. C. McCiarj, 4.50. Ktne strain 8 C, White Leghorns Heavy laying strain. Kggs SI for 15, Mrs. J. B. McKee, King's Mountain, Ky. COMMISSIONER'S 8ALE r'd Can't Work nun-dre- d v Take sin-Kl- o e The Woman's Tonic J Lincoln Circuit Court. J. R. Cook etc.. Plaintiffs, va Kiln Joslln etc., Defendants. A HORSE'S OVERCOAT Pursuant to a Judgment of the Lin coir. Circuit Court rendered nt Fob Ic called a blaukoL We have overy in tho above styled cause kind fiom tho lightest to tho heaviest, i term, 1911, tne unuersignu uommismonr win on from tho fancy blankot tor road uo to ttiu plain but serviceable one for Monday, April 10th, 1911, tho sUiblo. livery kliwi ef stable utensil .(County Court day) at I o'clock P too. Good, of course, and reasonable M., in ti out of tho court houso door In price. They hnvo to be to conform in Stunford, Kentucky, sell nt public outcry to the highest unil best blddei to our haruoss standard. th( tuuli.. described real vstutu in J C. McCLARY, Stanford. Lincoln county, Ky., a txnet of thirty acres of hind, bounded on tho north by the land of Klttlo King, on tho east by the land of Urove Cook, on tho bouth by t!iu Innd of Purcell, utul on tho wi't by the laud of Thus. Shaw Tl.KMS; .'lie said laud will be told on n crodlt of six mouthb, uud tht purchnbor will be required tu give bond, with porMmnl M.'ciirlty, uppiov cd by tho CiunmUsiunur, lor tho purchase price, and pay.tblo to bun, the bamo bearing six wr lent Interest irum d.itu t Hale, with lien retained Jpou tho land sold to further secure fio payment ot sakl bund, the sauiu to hno tho I olio nml effect of n judguiout.. Tilts .March 2lt, mil. IT'S l.idKY GEO. D. FLORENCE M. C. L. C. C. our own wl h- to keep a Intuit P. .M. MiltoLort", Atfy for i'lulntlfi. cut tin vine; u firu of lusurnnro policy to ovor pos it lo hib9 to your i roiurty A fOTHER'S 8AFEGUARD. It Ij as necessary as llfo Insurnnoc, Foley's llouoy and Tar for the chil- but far cheaper, Delays In taking out dren. d safest Is for all n policy are dangerous. I'lrc Is like coldii, croup, whooping cough ly to nrcaK on i ni any unto, oven wun and bronchitis. No oplalew. ahuura tho best precautions. We enn Issue and Tnunor. a policy In n good company chonply UNDERTAKER Office 'Phone 1S7. AND EMDALMER Home STANFORD. - KY. Tho :.!. Spring Suitings My new spring nnd summer samples are now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the best on the nmrket I can suit anyone ns tu prtco who bml tiltt clothes mud,, to order A suit m asuro is pn in ado to )our rabla to ready midu clothes. To lune them nude to niensuro doesn't Mt nuy more Mian ready mace when quaUr and fit Is considered. Com0 In awl let me take your measure. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical TaHor. v J, LBeazley &Co vjj' :WXJt. ' -- v "W8&MB . W&. V.Vo J - V" ' let .' w. s. nsH sTArNFon, AND UNDERTAKERS DEALALSO MAT. ER IN FURNITURE. TINB3, RU6. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINaV) OP STOCK. OTYH THBM A CALL. PR I 6. DfOIIT. : : Kentucky. 1 I SECOND ANNUAL SPRING OPENING nHl PENCE BROTHERS, At Stanford, Ky., ON MONDAY ftFRIL 10, County Court Day uiraqxaacaggMSiJJiA;iaynga ornn- 1911. j. - wmnutrg.wrawiiWM KSSSTSCQI wa..ytamklgmsnro;iltwgiaiR EgtggBSIBSttHSar.jmLn:! and see the Most Complete Display of Buggies, Wagons, Come Corn Planters, Spreaders, Cultivators, Harness, Gasolene Engines and all other Farming Machinery, in this part of Kentucky. n A. & : . . . 7 . 1 frf-v- Ju rt ' 'tr ?? rrh On All Cash Sales or Note Settlements from now until 6pm on the Day of Opening, we will Give a Special Discount of 5 Per Cent. U Lr I 1 Bl w r L will be us Representatives from all factories Qualities with our on Opening Day goods. They will of the Superior gladly give you Any Information Wanted About the Farm Machinery Which We Carry In Stock, f d& Here are some of our Leaders, upon which the Special Discount ap. which are recognized as the Highest Quality in their classes! Moyer Brockway, Columbus Buggies, Arnold, Ahlbrand, Ratterman & Luth, Old Hickory Wagons, Avery Corn Planter, Janesville Corn Planter McCormick Binders, Mowers & Rakes, Butcher-Gibb- s Cutaway Harrow, Hoosier Drills five Lines of Riding Cultivators, New Idea" Manure Spreaders, Gasoline Engines, Rubber Tires, Wagon and Buggy Harness, In Fact, Everything Needed on a Farm. PENCE BROTHERS, Stanford nrnmmmfflj ua'aiui.umrJk LakUU MWl -- fcJTM oMXhimcmmmmimm i tMOTKUa 8a W Nothing Like It Ever Happened Before! I 1 a;:;:sTrjt5t." w sw tkeki - c F1K He 4re Forced to Raise a I" u u I Lare Amount of Money to Pay Our Bills I TROUBLE! Now Due I Wp wll place on sale without re N serve our entire stock at the most terrifying prices ever put before the American people.. It Is our lots of Cummins & Wearen's Stak Of Free ! To the first 25 buying a Man's Suit, we will give a $3 Pair of Shoes, To the ,A profit anu much of your cot consequently Is gain.. Thls stock sacrificed In M fab A 4 k "MM SB NEW SPS1I HI AJ 4 bwnra, moss and Fu- - because it must and will be sold two weeks, and in appealing to the nishing people to attend this sale we emphasize thst to say a'v.iy .r like throwing dollars away.. We need the patronag0 of every man and woman to help us unload and we ask you to attend this sale. 7- Chicago Salvage Co., of Chicago, 111., to be Sold starting M has First Ten Buying Been Placed in the Hands of The $25's worth of any ioods, we will give $5 in Cash. -V ' aturday, April . 1, 9 a. m. Railroad Fare Paid To Purchasers of $15 or Over. WANTED 25 SALESMEN and' 20 V SALESLADlE"SAT?pLY 10 A'. M. ,' FRIDAA', At ; ft Cash Relief Must be Had, No Matter How Great the Loss. MONSTER SALE Positively Commences Saturday Morning, April 1st, at 9 a' m., Regardless of Cos!, Regardless of Value, Remember this Regardless of Everything. This Stock MUST BE SOLD. Prices Literally Slaughtered, Slashed and Cut to Pieces! V A '. WANTED. 25 Salesmen and 20 Sales- Indies to apply Friday, at 1 a. m. ARCE AMOUNT OF MONEY TO PAY OUR BILLS WHICH ARE NOW DUE, WE ARE HONEST, DUT IN DEBT, AND MUST SACRIFICE OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT ONCE. THE PUBLIC OF STANFORD AND BY A TREMENDOUSSACRIFICE TO BE MADE ON THE CUMMINS &. WEAREN BIG STOCK. WhICH HAS BEEN PLACED IN THE HANDS OF THE CHICAGO SAL- VICINITY WILL BENEFIT GREATLY ' THE CHICAGO SALVAGE COMPANY SAY THEY PROPOSE TO .VAGE- COMPANY Or CHICAGO, THIS IS A FORCED TO RAISE MONEY SALE AND THE ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD IN TWO WEEKS TIME. .- - .SELL THE ENTIRE STOCK AT' ABGUT 43 CENTS ON- THE DOLLAR THIS BIG SALE WILL BE A SALE IN EVERY MEANING OF THE WORD, SUCH AS THE PUBLIC OF STANFORD AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY NEVER HAD BEFORE OR WILl -CHICAGO SALVAGE COMPANY WHO ARE NOW IN POSSESSION OF CUMMINS & WEAREN'S STOCK SA f THEY WILL NOT MOVE, PACK OR SHIP AWAY ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH BUT THAT IT WILL ALL BE frOSSULY LVER HAVE AGAIN: ' jtoLD IN STANFORD. KY., AND AT PRICES THE ENTIRE STOCK IS NOW BEING INVOICED, WILL BE MARKED AT, THAT EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD OUT QUICKLY INSIDE OF TWO WEEKS TIME. IT IS A SALE SUCH AS THE PUBLIC ' HAS AN OPPORTUNITY TO ATTEND ABOUT ONCE IN A LIFE TIME AND the PEOPLE OF STANFORD AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY WILL WITHOUT DOUBT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS GRAND OPPORTUNITY. TO SECURE FOR THEM THIS FORCED TO RAISE MONEY SALE, NO DOUBT WILL ATTRACT THOUSANDS AS CUMMINS 4. WEAREN'S REPUTATION OF CARRYING GOOD QUALITY GOODS GZLVuS CLOTHING. SHOES. AND FURNISHING GOODS AT JUST ABOUT 13. .. "'" ' ' TT VtP fvlllst fiQVe '' 7" Vjl " - is V M- TUKN-OVE- PLAIN THE VERY LOWEST POSSIBLE LIMIT, IN ORDER TO MAKE ORDER TO GET THE ENTIPP bTOCK INVOICED AND MARKED DOWN THE STORE IS NOV CLOSED WILL REMAIN CLOSED THE STORE W...L NOT BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS UNTIL THE OPENING OF THIS SALE WHICH STARTS SATURDAY, APRIL 1ST AT 9 A. M. OF THIS STOCK WHICH MUST AND WILL BE SOLD IN TWO WEEKS TIME. WHAT THIS GREAT SACRIFICE SALE MEANS TO YOU RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE SEASON WHEN YOU NEED THE GOODS MOST. it w::ll known in Stanford and vicinity,ITSELr.will certainly be the greatest feast of clothing, furnishing goods and shoe bargains, and thc people are always ready to save themselves money r. ' TMAT OPPORTUNITY PRESENTS -' IN IN FIGURES TO A QUICK THINK Sensational Bargains In Men's, Women sand Bou's Shoes 300 PAIRS MENS Sensational Clothing Bargains MENS' ALL WOOL SPRING SUITS THIS SALE CHOICE 200 x MENS BLACK AND FANCY HOSE PAIR Furnishing Goods WORTH 20 CENTS NOW ONLY NEW STYLES ALL SIZLS WORTH $8.00 TO $9.00 DURING Gc HANDKERCHIEFS IN ' 20 CENTS NOW AN FANCY vKi.JO DnDER WORTH WORK SHOES V.'O.ITH UP TO $1.75 DURING THIS '- -f $2o9S - REGULAR 50 CENT SILK WEB SUSPENDERS HEAVY WEIGHT ... .,.. 6c LIGHT AND 17c" SALE ONLY i 8c 160 MENS' NEW SPRING STY LF. SUITS THE LATEST CUTS AND FATERNS IN CHECKC AND STRIP ES NOT ONE WORTH LESS THAN5I2.50 DURING THIS SALC CHOICETHIS LOT ONLY up ro $, 2S JHS BEST WORK SHIRTS MADE IN LIGHT AND DARK COLORS WORTH SAL- - CH0ICC. 15 375 PAIRS MENS' ' BOTH IN SIZES ALL STREET SHOES SOLID LEATHER, WORT HIGH AND LOW CUT LATEST STYLES FOR SPRING HEAVY WORK SOX WORTH PAIR CENTS THIS SALE ONLY WORTH PER 50 H UP TO 52.50 THIS SALE ONLY 350 $1.69 SUMER UNDERWEAR IN PLAIN AND FANCY COLORS CENTS AND 75 CENTS THIS SALE IN NEAT CHECKS. STRIPES AND PLAIN MA- LATEST VERY 225 SWELL SUITS ALL THE NEW SPRING PATTERN! PAIRS MENS" FINP SHOFR Attn OXFORDS NEW SPRING NEGLIGEE SHIRTS EASTER PATTERNS WORTH lfp $18.50 DURING THIS SALE SHOICE LEATHER TERIAL8. THESE SUITS ARE WORTH $10.50 TO STYLES AND SHAPES IN VICI KID VELOUR CALF PATENT $8.89 TO tl.CO ALL SIZE3 THIS SALE ONLY 38c EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED WORTH UP TO $30 OUR PRIC $2.39 SPECIAL 100 DOZEN NEW SPRING NEGLIGEE SHIRTS WORTH $1.50 AND $Z00 DURING THIS SALE CHOICE OF THE OXFORDS 0,2$ PAIR& MENS' FINE DRESS SHOES AND 79c MANU- MENS' WORK HANDKERCHIEFS WORTH 15 CENTS THIS SALC ON VERY BEST MAKE INNCLUDING SHOES OF MANY LEADING LY 150 EXTRA FINE DRESS SUITS ALL NEW STLYES Ifl PLAIN OR FANCY PATTERNS HAND PADDED FACTURERB VELOUR CALF, VICI KID AND PATENT LEATHER ANY ONLY DUHINO THIS SALE CHOICE "MEN6- - FANCY HOSE WORTH 30 CENTS PER PAIR THIS MERCHANT WOULO ASK YOU $4.25 OUR PRICE $3.19 SHOULDERS. AND WORTH $20.00 SALE ON ,o toe $8.89 , $Um ' i 200 PAIRS BOYS EVERY DAY SHOES I ONLY WORTH S1.50 THIS SALE 75c WORTH $2X0 THIS SALE 275 PAIRS BOYS FINE SCHOOL SHOES ONLY ....: i $139 ... ". 200 MENS'vHAND TAILORED SUITS ALL THE NEWEST STYLES AND PATTERNS WITH oILK AND BOYS' KNEE PANTS WORTH UP TO EQUAL TO ANY TAILOR MADE SUIT WORTH UP TO $25.00 SPECIAL WHILE THEY SERGE LINING8 ONLY LAST, CHOICE $14.89 $11.89 U' - - M-- .. MENS' HATS THE LATEST .. SALE ONLY ., -- SHAPES WORTH UP $1.00 He $3.00 TO THI8 $1.19 DURING THI8 aXl.l 18c 325 PAIR8 BOYS FINE DRESS 6UNDAY SHOES THE VERY BEST OF LEATHERS, WORTH UP TO $3.00 THIS SALE ONLY $1.98 $1.98 MENS' BEST WORK PANTS WORTH $2.50 ONLY 223 PAIRS LADIES SHOES AND OXFORDS FINE EVERY DAY SHOES 9Sf TO THE PUBLIC DURING THIS SALE WE WILL ALLOW YOU TO KEEP ANY OF THE ABOVE SUITS AND SIZES IN GOOD MENS FINE WORSTED DRESS PANTS VOHTH UP $3.50 TO PATENT TJP AND PLAIN TOE ALL WIDTHS FIVE DAYS IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITJH THEM BRING THEM BACK AND WE WILL GLADLY RE ' ONLY WORTH UP TO 11.75 THIS SALE ONLY 89c FUND YOUR MONEY. $1.19 EXTRA FINE DRES8 PANTS WORTH $4.00 AND $5X0 THIS 41 ge WEAR FOR EVENING 275 PAIRS LADIES' SHOES AND OXFORDS WORTH UP TO Z25 THIS SALE .. $1.39 ALL STYLES AND SIZES AND LACE 325 PAIRS LADIES' SHOES AND OXFORDS WORTH UP TO SJ.OO THIS SALE FINE DRE8S SHOE8 300 PAIRS LADIES' EXTRA FINE DRESS WORTH UP TO $4.00 THI8 8ALE AT BUTTON $14.89 Men's Pants Young Men's Suits $2.19 OXFORDS ALL THE NEW 8TYLE8 ARE HERE WE WILL SAVE YOU HALF AND MORE ON EVERY SUIT. ONE LOT YOUNG MEN81 SUIT8 ALL 8TYLES WORTUH TO $150 CHOICE TO SEE THEM. Children' Clothing SUITS WORTH UP TO ASK CHILOREN8' $.00 ONLY $5.89 95c CHOICE 8H0ES AND $2.98 $5.89 i FINE CHILDRENV SUIT0 EXTRA FINE CHILDRENG' WOTTH UP TO $500 CHOICE nUITft WORTH UP TO $7.00 If $2.89 es3EEsnEHwair:MLiru: eer'swttr vuabsx Cummins & Wearen --- Stanford, Ky, ' Look For The "Big Red Sign" on Our Building.