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The Stanford interior journal: March 31, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911033101_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 31, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Volume xxxviii. The Stanford no. 25. ITERiO JA; COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911. STANFORD, LINCOLN Journal EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. REV. P. L. BRUCE t MORELAND -;; ,' Two Nice Attractions 250,000 Pounds KIN-CAI- Great Marc Dead HUSTONVILLE RAISE MORE BIGGER r .' POWELL & SON LOSE A VALL I ihcro is 'inito n notioeahie im nd children, on Arnold AND BETTER MULES provement In our city's street Hunts, CF TODACCO BOUGHT DY ABLE PRODUCER. Imvo boon vlslllng Mr. nml TO QE POT ON DY GIRLS OF STANand It Is duo tn the careful attrniMon AND IS STILL BUYING. Mrs. W. 8. WlRlmm. of our City Marshal, Colemnn Sut- j. H. FORD HIGH SCHOOL. DAUGHMAN TELLS UNANIMOUS INVITATION EXTCND .Mr. II. II. King nml Mr. Wyntt MonU Toxwny the noted brood mare belonr ton. AFTER FARMERS Horn, lftst wwk to the wife of Mr rn tho tobacco ln W. I'. KIncald l . ED DY LOCAL PRESBYTER- rfomrry have liecn grading their yards tu H. S. Powell & Hens. Ik dead Cloyd McWborter, n fine ton- - pound ni if llirt .InttssrtfHanf Tlii t.iit.ll SUCCESSFUL SEASON "'" IAN In earnest and Is buylriK nil hg SI yeers. She never missed rnis- WILL DE AC innrket , nml building now fence son. ,., ,, , IN SOUTHERN ,". ,, pnysioni iuiiuio ...... ' on .' rn nnil CEPTED strlko In over tho mer Mr I'rlan Dunn, our hustling initio Slnou MARKETS. . nnd hursu trader, has returned from ot Murcland Imvo been recti - ,xor-rir,i- : chants Barnwell, S. C, whero ho sold n c.ir iI I lie coiinroaatl' rml mooting nt ..the line goods . dnlly, .. . Aprlnl 14th nt . . , .. . t. nets on Friday evening .n... J. II. linughman who Ij on his way I of horses nt fnir prices. ...... . .. . -mww. - . I'ramuiminn rniircn nnrn rmuiiuhv n iMi- mi. ii limit n niifimi in .. ....--i ' nn nnnrn. nniiHn. f - nvr m i0W anu naH ucen urc.i io liki.u? lliuiitii costumes, m" Don t fnll to attend the opening of wiftiilmmifl mil vnn oxtciii.p.1 to tho Uvery a nlto cliwd carrluw'. wcok nBO ho has bought over 2.10,000 tor tho last 11 years. Hor only coll tsiixlr Sprins May 1st. tinder thH rf homo from Atlanta, and other southld Imttu wm ho oxomnlUiod through ttov I 1. Ilrucu to tht nBtornte. Tho, jjn WIHU QnrrUon who hid been that has beon Kept for n brood maro flclcnt manaBcmcnt or Mr. II. M. ern points, whero hc has bad a most .ou. friend? and tintrniiH nro mrfCU Pundo, paying an avcrngo of 0 church Inn received word from Tlov. llvlns horn to 8c irf the flno Rhow maro Toxy I)ar0 she Houchln, who, with hh most enter-,.ruc- successful soafcon selling Kentucky teoV. . i i i Ab.i Pdih"8 prices ronsiue from a that ho w, accept, nnd ,t nt.y loBht the crop of Mr bolnB duo to foal th,8 spring by c, bred mules, writes tho Interior Jourt expected that ho will como hero soon, ....., .,. ,,arly clven by Miss Cooner lostii James N. Cnsh nnd Is nicotlotlnR for i Pon KJngl Alraont Daro 3228, A. S. H.iVo watcrlnc nlacc In Kentucky. nal that the thing for Kentucky farjii in aiiL iiL iiiu w ii"ni1 crops la this ew n., i1Pr lilRhlr vjluc-Tho handsome homo of Dr. Chil mers to do Instead of niter tho first of tho month. son Is belnK Hnturdny evenlnK was very much , ,, 8clloot toveral other largo f wa,nj jmo lf.h stntlfora T. towel, of dress on DanvllV avenue nnd Juno Krr novernl years Mr, Jlruco lms,loyca by ti,(W0 prPSent who wore . Mpi In tho stud , uhirh.tlon. with lobar-- B t0 Uo. fflp fiU. on West Main street, nre ' B"dlnS "omc high locker, henutv and convenience mod Mr- Wl ' HurioUWIi. P1 Tnn- - m i 1....I If Tn andjlble llifctr fiUentlou to mule breeding not oollpso ...tho boy's da tl of , . .. f . . :,..m of uhat priced ones over tho rails'. several wTokh mm nml. .inpfB n.i.iiu . .. i. I.UIIH nauK, a. nbottt ouu.u jjjjtnmory given recency, n.itu, mill lid ft frpdit to a city '.IHe Lex alid to raise more, belter and larger uvuicm- - however ftro projcbod two splendid sermons "for tho Kudu. ju,u IntrmH hi- I nnUvllln Wnfoh ne irnu- Norn Kads. Hcrtha ;M Ul dat0 or tns 8vvnt vlll repr.v tobacco was bringing last year under Mr. Baugbroan Intends to TlW sale last Sntnrdnv hv Judco mules. tho pool CRAB ORCHARD B.rn.bershlp of tho church very much. Peavyliouso. Ada Wm. Myers as executor, of tho es- - Uavo another big sale hor0 this fall, Mlnello I'rultt Ir,H. declamatfoil tato of Prank Vaughn, deceased, wan ,,..,..... Mr nruce Is n native ICnKllshmnn. but MVP.I,. PREACHERSVILLE M.U iirnn, WUI... tinnv Mr. and Mrs. L A. 1'ettiM, of Herca largely nttended And entirely satis. and wilt lake moro south with him ..I....U... i..... Il.tblt. ? lias been In America for a number of Tom Uack, Oliver Kads, Amlt Kads, .Mr, it. ll. rncforv nrfcM worn renllzed were visiting Mr. ami from later. lie Is recognized 03 nu auyears. He has They returned ejart to finish. wlfo and sovernl Krnest ford, linger Hicks. James Han1 Rundny. In The Golden West MrW. John Bell of Goshen hadttud Campbell thority on tho subject BO tlinl what ho home Monday. Mlaa Alma Terry, daughfor of Cnpt. children. It Is understood, nnd will go k0n, nnroy llopkliis, James Hall, Km I fright of her life last week. In tbQ eays is bound to be read with interMr. Will Brooks Is vttb 8 for n few Ike O. Terry, Is home for n short 10 pomciteeping ns soon ns possible). ril0na McClure. llay Carpenter. Hnrry, i about seven o'clock, when cation from her arduous studios Jn est. He says: paid by tho church Is Neal, Hon I'rultt, Krod 1'onvyhouBo. A GREAT NEPHEW ARRIVES T0 The snlarr Mrs. Dell returned to the houso after Mr. Inck Wells spent a'itw days college at Wchmond. "It will pay th0 average farmer betCHIEF OF POLICE B. D. 4100 a year. I John (Jnnn, Algnr Wmldlv. Mr. Bhelton. Smith nas made n attending to her jioultry, sho was very with hl homcfolks. CARTER. Mrs William Hpcrsnn nnd daughter Improvement In the nppef-r-- ter than raising either hemp or tobacmuch surprised to sec u rank strnngcr The meeting nt the UaptM ctr.:hwoderfnl will join Mr, Spcrson who l. In In"nrO ' "ls 'ome ny giving It a nev co. Thoro haa not und will not bo seated in her kitchen by tli,. btovo. rlno VrMnV with uwon nrtrtltlntl. weatlior-bowding- , unit of iip flu over production of mules. dianapolis, where they will mnkL. their! The I. J. has reccnod tlienn kind They HONOR ROLL OF STAN- .Mli8 Annln Mldilloton wns on the X Ho as busily engaged In replenishing ' ' "" V -- V "" " """ never ,wcre scarcer or higher. I have home. MrB. T. O. Anderson a the fire, on bis knee sat Mrs. Hell's sick ,t. but l, able to be at her place ""n FORD SCHOOL words from K selling high class Kentucky and In the exchange, Mr (ioorgo Itout moved to tho houso ' f()rmcr uColn county lady, nnd n valu three-yea- r Mat Beynolds, tho efficient lervlco of been old son, Master Mnrbrlun auain of Mr. James II. I'rultt just opposite ed 8UljBcrur. now living In Sanger ilro. Wllkon did some ,flnt. preach Miss Lc'la Dye hai been secured to Tcnnesseo mules in Atlanta, Georgia, ,, nU aetlonB Bhow.j ,)Illln,y that Tbe following Is tho honor roll of Inir whtnh Iiiq r,vUvrt tho uiomberR. look after her vnntB. tho second largest mule market in mo ii.uiuiu.iu iiiuiic nc.xxii uuimimik. California; lh Huinford Otaded anJ 'llitn the unmnnnorcd Intruder was "making Ti,y t,ao called a trustor who will l'he change In the Green River road the world for 4 2 months. . Having v rnrnli-.f nre nnMtlg ll xooi school nt i.v..r.il nnnrra bill nil himself nt home". Offering no npoloK) I enmp tno second and fourth Sunday for the month of March' Inown nt the Mat Reynolds CutOff, lOlfl) head and fully Primary KNthor.ni) iIpi 't, Pr.in.vs iworimnii tnugni i.y rror. h. f urubbs'nre laid aside until everv word Is read m, th intr,.uin i, c!,i.i ho w.nti m In each month was opened laRT Monday fo public sold nearly I ro? tolnl-lNelll- - Mitchell of this number averaged $250 per I'rnl. (TrubbH has enrolled ,' ,, ,ni,-- .a ml Alllo May (umiiilns spent from Frl travel, it shortens the circle nround ldIn V0llr 2()0l nar)e, Uh iiit0 n I1ln ,,, hnna ' 'day nflernnon 'till Mondav morning the Reynolds field nbout 100 yards. head, for the benefit of our Missouri . . . .. l.ellii rrano Tate. rrhnlnrs and thoro nro f,thr who .ieuiT lo.i.iiiK iiuiii .mi...... hm.i. i ". uisiu ami inquiry as to ins name re' iwltli tin I'ettus nt PrenclcrHTillo. Every little bit helps. (Iruili 1. - .Msrjorl" m, ,ionrv nnnt to htnrt In and Kansas friends, I ant to say fine country if.you don't let the real piled Ilenth cutre Into our mldrt and call-M"I'm your brother, Biwh Is my Thomas Ronton, who wns home for Wo bae a now barber hero now. ,.k,,.., UnnRbirnn, .'nines Ilannni.io, Ai)r,,son , hull nf vu. Thsreare' rame. I have been baek from that John McCnrloy after n long nnd n few weekn' vacation recently, after Kentucky and Tennessee mule teams bnvo brought tho highest prices of hit a Imolnnan nt f tlir. Hell. Pearl JcHiiilitui .ihi.'Ii, Mr I uclen Dye, h0 h In KIIIm' mIiciii lctg ot iiny. l0slb nlfnlfu and barley. place three weeks. Julia wants to .cry Intetmo iiifferlrg which ho bore rnlitrtiliKt good Ho Indeed Hubert llal.i. Kffls JsnW'i.-j- . '. v .Mr l K Mel lure Is moving Into nru lots ood for nothing, either Vunw when you will take that trip." to patiently. well thought was n every- - roncevllle. III. was takennresick ann any sold in Atlanta. All Kentucky ctcco.1-Ifiiigfman. A man of by his frlendn and relatives nnd Tennessee needs to to do is to alkali or hardpan. Italslus sell now at Iiiitl IVvnll Wltherr. Mtilwl Wllhlii ,tho Mink Hotel tlili wcelt She then called her little ton, pre-- mo Ho will be mlsq-- d. Dear ones 'anxious about his condition. keep their cents, oranges 2 cents, lemons from tending to put up the turkeyj nnd a weep not for him n one tint bnd no . Hon. best Jacks nnd get some i no ieavy win. is iaii oiiiitiuy uiu to 3 ctnts a pound. Tho fruit of all soon as she got out of the houst. he lope, for ho has gone to rest, where considornMe dnmngo throughout the moi0 good draft types of mares by Crnde Il.Mnrgaret Shanks. am will be no more suffering, pains West Fnd. Fencing and trees suffer- cither buying them from our northern sr I.nrllo Waters. Vic (Jose. . . 'kinds Is certnlnlv lino and we raise tn ihn finM Whr t,nr !....' JOHN c- - "eCARLEY. ' VMli riirnier.f Pear wi,e and mother Kthol nor death nnd n few out building" neighbors or raising them. ot liny, mostly alfalfa and barley We band was As has work. Mr. Hell made a trust In Cod, for H(. Imq promised nnd ed mostlv at were unroofed. J(V (Irlmos. William Kd I'armer 3HKlKBSIZHIEiilHHslB10l are living on an alfalfn ranch. Our been thoroughly demonstrated by ray. p.ulck trip to tin hose but the sirnng Ills promNns never fall to be a "om Mrs Thomas Monti, of Middle-burgrab Orchard. Ky March 28 Our hny loiiks lino i;orge Karris lit- is lorlor to tho uiitmv :.ml n Inthor tn was the guest last Monday of numer- - self nnd others, there is no place on er bad taken his departure If any of our Kentucky menus come t,imd4 III - Snm Cral. Frnnccs, vAf,cr " mosl "n,nruI ll,ne" of ,cu, the fatherless.. He will give yon, out relatives and friends In our cltv!the habitable globe where finer and youug man, wearing .. ,., ...n.t. ... niiivu , .. t.H w 1, -... !..- - II. ,1 ttft'Oflft 1. itr.V V irV flint mi whv n?J,i ...l.Hi iu i ivHI milIT... .rr""!iiitni in u nmn i in vini nt yur.- to this fctnte II they will let us know described as a nit. n nln.I ,vv ..,.,....,. .. . v i i u. iiiiii mi rrm ii..... ... fcrc(. lln,0Ill iliil B KIUU . imT.vimn trno't i. TTlltlntf CtW .tt M CA. Irinn In I,1. (ll0 ,mpr,w,n0J ucar" "" i t " J'B can ....iii Dear children strlvo to vioii well ill.' ontortiiin her llf WltlJIlIU f wo, rive live V". ns . . .n.i . .v. ...u.r.-- . ... ...m. , ,tvitt t j. i'. McCarley left Us frail and come to see us. wo will do all i.-'uu,",u "t- " grey suit. He is supposeu to nave Deen Eo you can go some da to lo n your a Into nr.,.r from tho Poto(Tico Do-lenn to put them on a good place and an (ncnped i r.!c iv nester nwrM, father, where there will be no more parlment authorizing rural letter car- - ,uc I,rlco of horses but will never lunatic, or playing thin encmcnl of cln). for a lirlRnter cmP not let them got fooled like we did a..hlil.ll ulir'f rlore to fill out the voucbern of nil cauo mules to sell anv lower. Hall- Hk du role to a finish Ho might nrobablv Fa'l partings. br ht w far , nro sorry we failed to give an pensioners on their respective route', road construction, coal mining, farm when we flrit came II. I,.... All'n Husfiell I'ltih, rhciuia . , . . . . .. ., . .......... ..ternnl bomo. I novor aw nl oeen a aopeunzeu eigan-iiiieu.i account or the play "All A Mistake"! has been received. This will bo ouite..,n.i. Little Homer arrived at tho homo of nave P,M,... If.).,, liulil M .tr.,inn ,, VtrtfU tno mngfj nn(. Ul0 . .. ... nnd manj otncr usc3 roriuiring JOIin .MClilliniS ini inilialianna iner OlVOtl I.V home talonls nt tho n n bivItip tn uuriai m0re gen Mr. and Mrs. V. K. dough, on March wll .iiih-iirilpie, iiokiii novernuc", chant, is having a closing mil sale Orchard Springs March 20th. Tliev those deserving old soldier!. whoon,mal Pwer make an increasing de ulno sorrow, Btem men, lovely women 21st. Their happiness Is complete. vVtwtnii. the greatest .nana Tor the mule and as nbove hint-fo- r ;nnd little children, nil mingled their , uf goods, Clever J. I- -. Kennedy is as- - cleared between forty and firty dollars nclpe.1 maVo Amertfa Jed, the largest and finest mules the Chilstinn church. Quite a country In tho world. rnold. I?ttIe tenrs In one common Stream of grief. Tho fathur U so happy, over the ar-- stating. OrnilC V. Ilnbatt good thov wero bo . said It was so . Tho toeulnrlv ntinrtorlr roinmunlnn j .t rivnl of bis seven pound boy who I "tight. MorrU llnico, Annlo V. Craig pnccs- Mr. John Carpenter and son. Oliver willing to give another quarter lo Fee service will be held at tho Prcsbyte-- -' thought of ono sentence In Webster's 'la ..' COSti Jf a beauty. Tho mother Is doing lino lofl Siinil.iv for I on l)nvli, Nancy K. McKlnney, Ada old blue bad; spelling book, "wo but little more to raise Tt It again. W., havo sornn flno tn'er. Inn rhnrrh nort Rnn.lnv mnrnlnr Anril l thnlr hnmo .1, Andei-- I Mnl.le-- , Annie It. Powell, Clarenco mourn th,. loss ol a good man." Xo JTIhi mother was Miss Mamie ncre win ne a preparatory sorv -;j" ur .uu muio man it uocs n 15'J Uock Okla Mrs It. C Klmbb. nnd "u uu "OL sce wn tney " n,,t ""vp 15 pro- - Ico on Saturday at on niece of your Cltv Marshal Mr. their plays ofterrer nnd to whiehh nil mulo. Hlnel.'lon, Allco Tnmmc. hypocritical tears all genuine, flowing little son Hermon of Crab Orchard eeens go tov:nnl Iiulldlrp let nthe bull. are urged to attend.10:30 n ce VI. Matey (Irlmdi, Jesse riom sorrowing hearts, oh, what a D. Carter. "There is no better or moro profit- T Iflln OwnVAnr1.t lhOtl thoV Will fo,.1 Inni.. nnnm.ror.nA T7r.,ll ITn. visited Mrs. J. M. Cress. Kmlly Murphy, Jean Pnxton, good mnn, so honest, so Industrious, Hov. Wm. McC. Hutcbins attended to get up ext'u pint". We need a hall tin. daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Frank "bI DusIncss tnat a 'nan can engage MARKSBURY Ad.-llheio fo- - theso phys and school enter- - Martin, on rural route No. 1, i a mod.l" than raising high class mules. I Riusell, Hnrtwell Shanks, Let-- . so fnilhlul, so true. I do not write i be burial of 1i!k mother nt Bailey's ' Italnments el of beauty and aecomplishments have fully demonstrated this by sell-M- r W McKlnney Switch in Knox county. Mrs. Huttbso ilnot, to tell his ago, how many , . Tom ChorrV Is hv!np i.nTTl rn tl.nt nrn vrv mrr In """ thrnn ffmo ,,UK n nnn & " lo ,V... ).i VII. Maude Arnold Proseott limes bo had been mnrrled, but lint ' """ Iroi" ""e mare, mat co- -f I). K. Ilaiikln mid to i.awmn l.Z"L" chins wais In her "fitti vonr and fell a i"niri., .! u nn i pi mj u'ii;ii inr j;t , anu sola n Kmo linrdlr-;U. 24 hogb at fi 14 cents. Iwls Proctor. we may all try to emulate his example victim to pneumonia. She was u mem from Dr Kdmislon. Mr. presley Sluder. who has been lu"' ' yc"rB nS Ior ro or ?au&, ana tills -- ame mare n'" l ra" "fharil Springs nro ati- seriously 111 with double pnoumon'a.,n? .i.i. rt. Trlbble, Klfli-- Ware. James Cox or I.anc.it er has been l.er of the .Methodht church and and that our ne'gbbors, relatives am S. Cook. SallleM t. ratio VIII.-M- nry Four children. allinav,ni!It so"11' mprovements .lone We I am glnd to report, took n turn fori should with proper cans raise 12 er Ii lends may weep for us tho genuino Ihe guobt of C. K. Polndextor for the ly Christlnn lady. r. r Itolierta lloHzclaw. Annie 1). heart-fel- t .!.. .i.. grown survive. They are Wm. ".fcC. ,h"nr bo 'vhtnoret .iniiiiui ma- mo o tno iiefter on Tueailn.. anil rones are ir. mnm nniia whn. r past week. copIoub tears that weroshed will "onir. new biislnes-I.iii.n.ii.Ks cnierTnmeii now- - inr nis reovorv. ?'flUl.ertM. Mary M. Hnnoy, Vernn for the lamented dend. John McCnr operated ni i Hutcbins, of rear horo; James I soon. We hope it d? and any kno lodge 1 have Joe lluichinkim wab true. Tho bustling village of Genov. I;out. M)iue Singleton. (Jertrude of Danville: John II. HiitehiiiH loy TV'hen u good mnn dies for years few dnys ago by Drs. Dunlap and Kl- one year old vet Is rtadllv crowing on me sunject can Uo liau ror Pie ask nre changing bards nlmost dnliv,ng." hoond our ken, the good ho leaves l'oit. Tlu. operation was successful nnd Mrs. Lucy C. Millor of Kno conn- - O. L. Pennv guarantees Hvomel to d end catanh snurries. bawking. Is never dull Th Freshmin. KIIlo llaughman. Harry behind him lies upon the paths of nnd rapid Improvement ol tne paiieni 111 i .. firti u 1i1c urti-- t.. ivn n .) ? bns'no's Inero real r r. . tiA freight wreck on tho U & X. at '"K Judge Brvnnt Ballard has been veiy X" AA"'."."" men Oh how wu sympathize with I,, noted. t '.trier. Pobert Carter. ; ..uv, t'Air.l t'lnvil U'hn la V.U1IIJ. rniilir tn mnlrn uouui;n, tiu.l.l Cedar Creek last week turned 14 cars Thomas Colemnn. llnr- th0 beronved widow, the heart brokon Sophomcro J. A. Trumbo nnd wife are at homo ill oi grip. .Mrs. joncs L. Anilermn Is bottles If needed f.O cents. Booklet vn fnoi t hnmo daughter now doubly an orphnn, and again alter an extended vistt to rela- nbb. to bo out ncaln. Sam Payne had on catarrh free from Booth's Hyomel. Having takrn a nvore ens, of Tex-- , of coal Into Henry Xowland's lot. A rv Uelnhnrt. '" nilffnlo, N, Ji Inneh tlm.. with n l.nll nil hl iu.olr. lever, i nave ueiermincn to sen broken flange on a coal bunker is be ir. lunlor vVIIIlo Moore, John M Wn- tho iioor little fatherless babies left tives at Paris and Winchester m.. an., acre rani! annd move there , Speed Mason aged about Co, died ,lovcd b f fcn FOlltaty ind ilofenKoloss upon Ibe great tn u cau . 1.. bought of splendid two havn i mod 11. M. Kobllisnn It S. Boudder bnurht a tors. trroo May henvenl.. pilot .. (joon of lile r.n .) last week near Dripping Springs after ear old Bex Peavino mar,, from Will pew bnrns new tonnnt boMse: 1 R 'wrccK. Traffic waj blocked for a da) ,n, .loscph Hopper. ...,.i uu '" fc'ely guide their tlnv little crafts luv a long illness of stomach trouble. Ills I'arrlsh of Richmond this week for screes rood tobacco land; 50 ncre. In tho morning trains going east around twoen tbo troaclerv ScvPa nnd Charv Hvercd. "u I'no meadow; 10.1,000 feet of rood j. Blchmond. Mr. Newland bought n c.r .1. I. Ilnmliton burial took plnco Thursday at Faint LOOK HERE FOR IT. bndls of life and thoy all find hnppt J. T. Ituble bought Unbev. wnll fenepd nnnd welt water- - lot of good coal at reduced prices. I.Ick. Sovenil brothers nnd one son. Many a Stanford Reader Will De In- nes and prosperity on earth and at 100 barrels corn nt pen for $2.jr. rliwp to chool and church and el, Public Sale g'v-- . wni survive, his wift. preceding him to the terested. vi i'aII" r'iral route. Hov. llollbron of Lexington, hut a safe birbor on the celestial en In 10 dnys Come nulck If you wan BSRI1R11ERSHH& euroj thoro Is the echoed prav,. rof tlr,, hero to fill bis appointment at IMcas Brave somo years ago Wlxti people retvil about the a big bargain Addrers nt rnce C. S. sj IS MRS. WILSON KING. f:aile bv a modlciiie endorFel from hIimp heart has been deeply, touclied ant Grove church and was the guest No. 1. Box, Beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., we H.istninlllo. Ky.. It. F. away, It Ii surprising that they by grlof. A true frlond. Saturday and f.r cl Miss Lillian Lcavcll To Farmers will offer for bale nt our place in 124 for full particulars. Price nflS FOXTA1NK FOX HOISMTT terms to sun. vonder If tho statements rre Inw! Sunday. King's Mountain, Kentucky, on In loving remembranco of Mrs. Wil ()'ir postmaster has Just installed Ittit when they read of cases right Mrs. Cleveland Rose ,.? Richmond. " Al who n,ltCipn(e t,UjB n cream Ferlon of kevioss lock son King wno aeparteo mis ma Saturday April, 1st 1911, positive prcor Is withCOMMISSIONER'S SALE her" nt homo hns been visiting her mother, Mrs. Inparator, will rind It to their interest uuxes. March Sth 1911. Five head of horses, consl ting of to seo. in their roarta. for close Investigation Ucllc Perklus. Anna darling thou havo loft us. Mattln HeCeriick. PUIstltf "THE CELEBRATED DE LAVAL," good buggy mare, line breeder, wl!'. mutter Rrsd Stanford TJist or Strnved. --Two bla-tr nn 6hoats Left-us- , yc.i. Jot ever .more. Anult Blanks wnfc awarded a new Joe r.ifft's Htlra. Defendant. "The celebrated Do Laval." now on drop colt in April by Carroll welrhnig from 40 to en pounds. Pills. em bt f Duan't Klclne. Preston to a iudf inent of the ,lu- - testament for most regular attend exhibition at T. D. Xewland's. How we benr the palri and eon on return to Nathnn Newcomb, 1 extra saddle mare; paw son Barnett, Rowland ht.. Hian om circuit court. riadir4 In t',e unco In her Sunda.. school clasi. breeds well. 1 Bowiand Ood alone docs only know. 24 2p good family bort'e. trusty, l firrtl, Kt.. savs Heaven bns now got our treasure, 'Pott time " 1 abet etyled action at It Fibruary Lift Iniuranci. Master l.ee Evans who nns oeen sui rnm fall snd this. tog.thr tern'. I.U, tl uiduratenod Clmmli ferlng with pendlcitls Is much better The lirst lf Insurance society was lllly by Joe Drown. Jr. Thti colt Is had Earth tbe lonely casket lioeps, n'fl on with tb Jsrrlrui to which 1 am a sub sloirr M.n-a- y, But tbo sunbeams will always linger Mrs Alfred Swope wns hostibs aii .urtwl In Loiiduu In KiflS and anotiier well bred, will make u combined maro, Aarll 10th. 1111 Xrllber vns Kucceteful. j In ITOtl. In in- - work. broi!bt on klWuiy icoiintv Courl worts well; 1 Whore our darling Anna sleeps. filly by Joe at t o'clock ! . a dinner to a few friends Sunday. . Browu, troalili Tor several days I could hard u front of the court houss doer in Jr botb of thc-- e colts nre Miss Allle Yantis hai. returned to, 'ercheon of Amertra. bay stallion Tis hard to break Ibo tender cold. I out ly about a account of the pains ta Stanford, Ky, asll at public outcry to- ber home nt Lancaster after a vhlft of a good saddle mare. I extra Public Sale hande, wolgbt foaled June 3rd 1909 hWm MdjMWddor th. Jel- to Miss Mary cnestnui. Ucy. I also Bot,ced that th. good yearling fitly by old Prottou, In Where love has bound tbe heart, I,9.0 pounds. Voltaire is considered couBtiiiKy. containior 3 are z Hcv. Mnhan of Jelllco Tenn . wm Having rented my farm I will soil I fine snap., 1 Xo. milk cow, nover by good Judges to be the beel type of Tis hard, so hard, to epsa the words tmiuiM oi mi immj' kvi.uub vary irraeutar, at public outtry to the highest bidder goefc dry, In feood ahnpe. 2 buggiv, at nlghL I toods and 18 poles of mod. bofluuina; ,ho Kuest 0f Mr. Noah Marsee VV0 must forever port. e di ever brought to this coun' U cur, this trouble bafor. at u " y, en route to till an appointment at my pluro 6 miles eart of Stanford one. rv rubber tire practically new, 2 ty. Will ' make the season of It'll at and 4 miles west of Crab Orchard on gets chroalc aad I kn.w tbat It UaSary of bucsr barner.s, lap robes horse tho r.nnavnteht fnrin una tu'iln front DeareU Anna we have laid thee, 9 for tho ML Hebron congregation. Thursday, April 8th 1911, good for y 10 Doan-Kldaey Will move to In the peaceful grave's embrace. I bicycle. etc., poles to a stos. la Jin Mr. Trumbo and wife will . town on tJj0 Dnnvll,B plkB at ,5 t0 Dut thy memory, will be cherished. The following property to wit: 1 four blanket,- sai'dlrs. Murk retiiplslntt, I nrecjrid a box at Kips' Una thaar. bla 1!gi a r. ij ob hls hmm' nt Comp ,tooln,,on stona, dnttnnoora double sbov ...,.. a living colt. n,leh nu year old mate In foal to Jark, 1 beavoHly face. nclfs lo a ftouo In said la ' purchased from Mr. Thomas Moor. yc(U-ol- d Rbvuari ana Taui.r's Drur Store. toiir and trap. 1 yearling1 t pi0w, new Uwu mower, garden plow! , are taken to prevent accidents but Till wo see thy Hue, tlulth.d th. routent. I comet rf the !7dUlain vol.i tb.nca Boveral days ago. I colt by Preston, one horse mulo 12 fcure strolcherFl ,,ot-bol"grero etc . not responsible should any occur. to tb. W 11 with iMiii K From a lovin luiot M. ii. 1L t1r.ly cnndavn" 1 kavu ba4 orlsloal line, tbenc, with sam. X S4 wa Mrs. Kthel Orol. of Whlt0 City, Fla., years om. i mare inu.e u years oiu.tl or 1K barrei, of BaI. , of 10 years old. Is a good J. NF.VIN CARTER, K .7 7M00 poles to ths b.((unlac. no kidney trou$l slse.." who is the guost of her mother Mrs. I work horso, Bna driver. STOCK I HAVE AT NUNNELLEY'S Stanford, Ky. ' bv all dralora, frlee 50e The uurDOl. of tb. said aal. Is tfi Tirinn nf lj.nrn.tnr witit hero a fow lack. 1 1 good rnnn maro lu foal to Alio our bouael.old and kitchen fur- For Chester Jewol mare, "!iLde.!:U. J1"". Yorkl'811 Kd good ud'?9"' YARDS TUESDAY APRIL 4th A CAR davs ago to see her sister Mrs. Ko.ter.MHl.r".l rurf.to. New -"worker, I maro borce, saf0 fortnitUre, cocsUtlng of 2 organs, 2 kltch-- j ore 1U isror oi i.iaiuim iur I HAVF. AT NUNNEl'.EY'S STOCK LOAD OF EXTRA NORTHERN AND United Btstes. sole arents for-tbirv with tit par cant intirastt Perkins. women and children to drive; l plrion cnhluots. 2 dicing UbUm 2 tafes, MARE3 FRTJM THREE ,.,, ,.,,,,. p,lr.h.nB,i , YARDS TUESDAY, APRIL th A CAR WESTERN name Doan's and tuereon from March 23tb, IVOI, and, Mihb Kay Jenkins Ims returned from Western mures. 4 nnd 6 years old. nmember tlm. INCLUDING ti e coats of this action. nn extended visit to Jaoksonvlllo. Fla.. goc-- 1 workers; I mw nnd 7 pigs, lot of Davenport. 1 beu mom Uk.no other. ., three LOAD OF EXTRA NORTHERN AND TO SIX YEARS OLD, be TrKl'8 The Md stxaa'.i will unc1 Sho was accompauitu ny hor sister other hogs. 2 milk cow., n flno Jersor MARES FROM THREE SEVERAL WELL MATCHED TEAMS WESTERN month. enrrlago with polo und shafts, 1 set drefcors, foldlnc bed, senlns mncblte. TO SIX YEARS OLD, INCLUDING made on. r. credit of . . . . a. ? i LS.lli. itltuv mil if Ainrv fan nntAfl Ilia J. H. DAUGHMAN. '" L.. """ Pri.ili.inra flnllairhnt- wtm ..T lliifi'l 7 rocklog chairs, dtalns chain, newL".rr.?.u.'r approvad rpendln tho "winter In Florida ."I' ueV' B.,u'"iK:.ia ' Is simply rho, nsfiiml1".j SEVERAL WELL MATCHED TEAMS of rhoiimatm of nil kind, also household and wtll p,r,r.nB ,ecurity. Morrln chair, one rlov rsnre J. H. DAUQHMAN. nil f oi ne uiuni:.- - ..uo ii, i...... ... i,i..i.i, My ji,8 r'etnmlssiocar, payaoif 10 uiui, Are you frequently hoarse T Do , , ro-TCHMS- - All sums of tlO and im- - and all other lunwhold and Litebcni neither of bea'-liirb sH per cent Intereit froin StOII1ci, nn,i Uver that annoying tlck'lug In 'fit hav vrbie- - ronulro ncd lDlernel trotmcnt.i.,(p 0f dor, cu.hv. Ovcer that amount a credit necessities. tb. same hating the ymr tbrc t Does vour cougM "nnoy A N.0TH";P." V,F!JUArD. Invariably tiring relief to H',r Is neodei' to ."em. of s. Judgment with a Tablets ........ rre iwd t'foct.. ... ...I.I .... .4 nil tl'M by bankable rhJl- - j on st n'ljht. and do you rale m"cus ami Tar frr . ... . .1..W ....... !. flir. 40u1.il riinur.uc .v... nttwi.ttn nj.tl.tl. - of S montsi) secured interest from note TKKMS. All sum ). um'er SU. e. ii' r'e!e'. " -"liein;.1.. ou want reliefT rriaiue- - on in. u.u -.ton in ' "nlH," l"lin n bearing G per cent for .ill in the irnrnlns? fr. datOj,lu all4 ovf wfrt lag iwnb' ni. IIber Hour. h pavment of said bond. lmUolli jiradach., biliousness, dlxtlnew . tr .1.. You a.o ti..rf f5iv ' civg) If so take Chambe- '."nN Cougr reme- tJitU. eroti ', wheo ?.,,',ii,0 MURPHY A AC1JM, , ... n m ., Etv' .tfltb Xho nu'cV re- - 1 pleased, sold by i ! idv tnd jou tnn ... iM4 iiau.ll'K "o.nUefc Skln and dyspepsU. vv. n. uiuh.iv.1. Biuuiwtu, It. ! hv C I C L. C. C. 3EO. KUs's Mourtaia. Ky. lire lrh It Hfrd . 'nnnys Dmr Store. J, P. Chandler Auct. . -- " T. J. Hill, Jr., Attorney ror I'limun. rw.u uj i" BM1 CALLED TO PASTORATE KEN-TUCK- ll' ''"'" i, i ,,,,. ,.,, ,,,. ,, ,.., v- ... -- v- nu. ' ..- .,.,.. """. ,,, ,.. ' UulZlTlZ yn, i,.i. n ui 2 o Cn-!t- 0 T "' ra"" iil m. - ;,, u... SSnuSS J I P"" no. . ono-hal- - n...... l'rel. ' IHSRMIIllllEIIRHIHa '' 1 one-hal- Ir - ... dw'.uu ' . ' ,,. r. y 1 'trg. KmliaMtiiiiiainM i; f ' ,,t tf'c TK , - -- . ..-.- i. ""' "r8"" .., .",, ... ... u 1 ,v," i" """ "".. ...."" ' pra,'nnlnnt .. ... coir-r.nm- l!,-.- -- .... P.-ck- s fli-ii- I..--. .",."... if .v. ... - s Hut-chin- Wll-,n.'"i- not,0""0 . - k. .. - "1 :..'.. n splt-,nn- i,ts V nlvt-nv- a - 1 six-roo- """"" " o ("""Q fKS7 1 en-do- n ii i I Iurunt tr Bo-wir- d Ji Voltaire 55 40. 1C-- 3 .,tit ., . 1 spc-clall-y -- s wr fi 0 J9' Satur-deaide- alt-hors- I.I". 1W-fo- r. ,,, four-'grin- d ld o ... e !, juj i" I ... ., Pu"' ' .. !. .TI ". aa. a a ""V ' '" .. ile, ,.,..,,,,.,, ' fv cr - tu.... ruy. "' WloreNCbm. i. tta. . ..L, ft rj to 'o - Siyra ' " ii kiysti HptrlJJ-tr'-AA- " - slsssfcissMslli'lfcsatiltiisi alai n't rttli ll'llf ml ....I idf rfam.. AaP' '! .&. m ,, l tijk -- - . LA. I ' tC5' i CLOSIiSLO OXJT SALE Reliable Firm of Sam Robinson The Old health to entire bad On account of I have decided sell my CRUSHED TO DEATH stock of goods, '4 Must go in 15 days and last- t: r cin HANDKERCHIEFS. . ing until April 15th. wmamwmzsriZKi MENS' ALL WOOL SUITS. HATS. $2.98 New Sorina Goods Standard Brand $4.00 hats go at $18.98 2.88 -- r..no Suits go at 3.50 17. MAO Your last FOR 15 DAYS ONLY. H93 20 chance. 12.48 1 HATS AND CAPS 16.00 12.50 10.00 10.98 $3.50 6.98 f J John B. 3teton's. V .3.00 .2.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 Hats at I 8 SOilK IIIIOKEN LOTS OP OUU OLD STOCK LEFT OVER TO GO AT $2.98 CAN YOU AFFORD TO HE WITHOUT ONE Oil A WORK SUIT. BOYS' KNEE PANTS. New Goods. Tl.OO $2.68 2.15 1.88 1.54 1.12 77 PUT THESE PHICC3 WITHIN REACH OF EVERY MAN, WOMAN ANO CHILD. NOW IS YOUR GOLOEN HARVEST TIME FOR THE MONEY. THIS NEW SPRINO STOCK CONSISTS OF CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS, LADIES AND GENTS' SHOES. ODD PANTS, HATS, CAPS. SHIRTS. ALL KINDS OF FINE NECKWEAR AND FINE HOSIERY, LADIES FURNI8HINGS AND DRY GOODS THIS IS NO FAKE 3M.E. WE ARE CONDUCTING THI3 SALE OURSELVES AND ON THE SQUARE. JUST A CASE OF CHANG t THE CLIMATE AND DETER MY HEALTH. HERE LISTEN. WE WILL SELL THIS ENTIRE $30000 STOCK IN ONLY FIFTEEN DAYS AT PRICES QUOTED WHERE OTHERS SELL TO MAKE A DIG PROFIT. COME EARLY AND GET PICK OF GOODS. THINK OF. THATI A BIG STOCK TO PUT OUT IN LINCOLN COUNTY. , ONE-HAL- IN ORDER THAT WE CAIi PU8H THESE GOODS OUT W , F o ;.o Hox MENS nt SOX 39c 19c 11c 08e .15 .10 .06 0.2f Quality lb U' o.19 11 oic LADIES' HOSE 19c 11c 08c 04-- : 08 04 II Ml BOYS KNEE PANTS. Spring Style. Pant nt ANYONE CAN AFFORD A HAT AT THAT PRICE. New Good 39c $9.50 Qnallty .25 17.00 G.S0 $0.25 Iloso now nt IR .10 0 1.00 .15 .50 26 ... . $i.in 4 78 . .. .17 r) 15 8.00 Knickerbocker Pants. Suits go at 9 Pants at ODD PANTS. Jut From New York. I5.I8 4.M 4.48 3. 2.M 2.48 2.18 1.4 0.09 ..W 5.00 3.78 4.0 .5.60 i98 3.50 .4.10 8 .8.50 3.00 8AME IN STRAIGHT PANTS THAT 2.50 SOLD FOR $3, $4 and $5 NOW ..$1.48 2.0S 4.9S .7.50 STOP! STOP AND LOOK INTO OUR HONE6T EYE. DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU AND ALL YOU" FRIENDS WILL BUY NOW, AND AT THIS 6TORE. WHY? BECAUSE I AM NOT SELLING YOU OLD GOODS. I AM BELLING YOU THIS SPRING'S GTYLE3 AT ONE HALF PRICE, RECAUS.- - I LEAVE MY 8TANFORD FOR NO FAKE. HEALTH. WHAT I HAVE DONE FOR YOU I WILL DO AGAIN. CORDUROY COATS AND SUITS AT ANY PRICE. LAWNS ' Of All Klndi. $1.50 Now 1.00 60 25 Make. GLOVES The Famous WHITE MUSLIN Sold for 11.50 Now H. A P. 91.1s. 79 3 UNDERSKIRTS 79c SPRING OXFORDS In All $4 00 Oxford IS 5i it Leather . . . SJ0 2.50 2.00 lO.fifl 2 UNDERWEAR. Osrmrnt t ... $0. 111 tH SHOES SAME PRICE IN FOR SPRING. NECKWEAR $3.3P 2.98 2.29 1.J8 1.68 JUST CAME .v 39c 19c l.M 1.00 1.13 .77 AMERICAN f AND SIMPSON ,AT 5 CENTS. CALI-COE- S DRESS GINGHAMS 10 and QUALITY AT 8 12 SUSPENDERS. $150 (.0 Go ; ( i EMBROIDERIES. 55 B'. cent auallty at 2 cents yd YOU NEED A NEW SPRING SUIT NOV ...--.- . 12 2 AND 15C QUALITY i,(,n at SHIRTS. $9.60 Quality 25 $0,391 . 19 12 .. . 10c! New Stock 20C QUALITY, AND 15 AND .$1.1S LAWNS, 10c 77 I8C NOW QUALITY NOW Sc 3 10 CENT $or-- Qualty .11 DUCKING ALL COLORS. 10 and 1 CENTS, NOW 8 CENTS. ' SHIRTINGS, 12 A 15 CTNT8. NOW to CTNTS 2 SAMRO BINSOrC lUJl.I.ElWfW WtC1 ."& t """' ' CE ''"f ' UWrU I'l EstsblUhed SHELTON ' M. dILNAL. 1872 Hi SAUFLEY,...Pubi;she' IN ADVANCE Stiui-ford il A YEAH STRICTLY pquarely on the. head In regard to the democratic sltun.Icn In KontucKy In nn editorial thlB week. ItV a column In length, too long for us to repro-- ' duce In this ipsuo. tno way the advertisers are working us tint we'll print It next Tuesday. HIE. PARUEMS 1 2 ir LMO. Kentucky. .13 p kBE:wwLijyj ciXHacrrrrfsfis sura I .,liC ill Kn'.orol at U10 postofdea at na oecoed chisa mail. in if ?! IT'S RISKY. WE HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUN to keep a h'Hue of jour own wl Over two hundred Indictments have wht u It cones to supplying .ilxa grade I HAVE AT NUN.NELLEY'3 STOCK coverhnlng n fire lnurance policy to been returned by iho Klryd co.mi U I'. Klrcfll I wintu ilio Interior possible lots 10 your property lumber W know of uoje tfci & ' grand jury for votr aclllng rt o'ectler :o much he "ivs YARDS TUE8DAY, APRIL 4th A CAR It la n nereKViry Sh life Insu ance, better Imnber, mighty f w whu & Delays In taking out lime, and the. newspapers are maklns he will .id. tip !' years In udVrtnre LOAD OF EXTRA NORTHERN AND but far ohanp'T & Rut even th .. our II e can ofW tu food ihoy did when It begins '.l thrlc n week vis-lt- WE0TERN MARES FROM THREE a jollcT are dnngeruia, Tire about It as as great 11 ly to break out at any Hire, even with 1'iii.ber eaa be matched our prlre oer tbo Adams County, Ohio, election Not yot but oon. What do you TO SIX YCAR3 OLD, INCLUDING tho heat precautions. We can lame cannot. Give ua jcor naxt o and eEVERAL WELL MATCHED TEAMS a policy In a good company cheaply. fcrent from any other city or county say about it? notice bow muck lwt It tXr- - to ffn H. BAUGHMAN. J. to light. Yet Floyd county Is no : joa Ai how inaek araa.lr: (lit W. S FMK Holme, nnd Collier of Crab Orch from any other city of coi'nty .. ai.rKWlwSyi an bill ts. A BSAUTY WA8H ' ECZEMA CURE ard sold their crop of tobacco at Uiii In n funny thlnn, yet In Kentucky. It I J. A HUH, Starrfwtf, Ky. honest, respectable citizens will com. D. ProactiDtlon AltHoaarh has, caster at a cents. J. M. Cress bought ' H Slifial BSaisnawi t a,UMs rcnocnlMd fT .rer na the ane n mare of J. C. Gibbs ot Rocl.caKtle, mit crimes In connection with elecfor Xiutn, Pterin!, anil all for $,J0. P II. Williams bought a tions which they would novel consider nUisr Alain dtaMlse. It U now ferine 'i? In any othor phas of life. They will kaavn thM tkaro W no alacr waah inaro from W. It. Calncs for $S0. .I0I111 m I can, steal the kVa thaa imI tiy tho henutr ap- - WHUams had a good mulo to die buy all the votes they balloti, If poaslblo, and do everythlni; elIis. that tu eaaparo wltk ttili , which was worth $175. Ilallnrd and We mrv Ir, uitiun lailu.t.j mn. .i, mild Mauld tor aleannlns except Cjwnrlght murder In rrostitu pJmplco. blackbtoeU. nWi, tat nklnslm- - MIMor sold their crop of tobacro nt .n, rrltna. ncli na Hmfh W () 1 & and all CNN HMlk UM41, H (ttl, II.S ItlU 7 cents. John T. Hlgsby told a tinn of 'ho hal'ot to can-- an election 1Jur rMb ttxetioms i, T t. bouMitowu ten (" ci. 4Tr yon pruiaMly ""' uiruuif ,.1.1 For th rason alone a kottle of lot of pnj- at $13 per tun. John II. for ft ran'Mdato of their choice. And wcuk an nnlerlKl. (rll nval t' iur ..lc boy your m.klorl! ' deaconsJiI). D. P. should )) kept on hnnd In Anderson uought 10 ncrod of land, on llioso same raen will offP ho aiery httuteheld. A trial bottle 25c whl6h ii a good residence, from Mrs. In n churh and of sucbi exemplary .v . Ln TOii tbo nuirltu of thia 1t i'.-Warren for $3,500. W. II. Curtis wild In fiolr prlvato and busincSirtmt47 .tSiT ronduet a coinplxxlou wash. . B v .ki , i.n ft-- j t "V ST I I). D. aeewi t rioT the caua some corn to Carroll Ualley nt $3. It. I). fl vo flat or al'iidT oxer Ilfo tb-VTRAGOOJ (J. Pettus bought u twoyar-olu Jack laches to tlnlr name. To her shaino wiuiiPTeriik'n. amd on p It " laTl; ot w haaltny from A. O. T. Smith for $."00. Sterling . .fcKP" &: Cci O be It snld, but thero are probably Jus" In Ederheimer, ?tpin a aiueoU) m tiaar a Unit Curtis sold a horse to W. n. Ilurtou u rfa1 as many men in J mco'n cou"iy wn Cbllrt. time, (Jet a 38c hcttto toAay aad keep It for $200; bonght u cnmlng twoyoar-olwr ARE CREATURES OF HABIT.. THEN LET THE BCY CT jhavc io'd tb Ir votw at GENTEELLY, 0 trotting mar at tht Loxlmttou DRESSING nave a the heuee. htirt just aH inaty men who HABIT EARLY IN LIFE OF PROP.' FhugarT and Tnniver. COURSE QUALITY BUT OUR CHEAPER BOYS' 8U.TC bought thorn, as In Floyd count), or In sales for 11 fancy price. Mis. Vic W.A. CARSON, V1 tnrla Anderson sold some 150 Miuud proportion to tho larger population of NOTICE TO CREDITOR9. hog to J. M. Cress for $8.35. Porter Adams county. Ohio. Tho "floats"' aro ANO hlwnvs on hand at election time, no, Tho Kurokn Portrait Co a corpora-matte- r Peshon bought jome SO pound sliiMtrt awA miv LATER IF YOU WISH THEM. jMiyJitrT aaWl Ffei W?y what county or stato It Is, and tlon under tho laws of tho state or at 9 cents. J. L. VajU bought 10 $100. O. It. DNhoii bought a.i lrng ns I l not eomldered by Kentucky, doing business In Stanford calves for tflM IL. .11 Aflr to bur as U Is to Just so long will ( Ky., has been placed in the hand t some hois of V). M. Aimer ut R IviT'fV'r'i. ML-fjwJnJMLasssssssssBaUT at CcV ceita Scott Itrotbert bold a lot nt the practlco continue. Or until public b recelrsr UNBKRTAKXR ANO KN'JALML'R U fentl'iict roaches the point where cf. All parsoai haring clulmH malnft It hT to rirlmea lleiirloy at $12. & STAMFORD, lm olectoil whf will iroe-- stumld file them wltk ma not later Wllma lo'iebt a cow fnim J. T. Ulan. flcors will & tV)$$ Onie TiM 187. keuihip for $20. ft. U Colson beught Ikimf 'ion.. t &Hi cute His vrlmo with tl'o lgllnnce that tbaa May let. till. ? . 40 pound shiviU of .Tu no Audor-soKitn iilnpr itnil to our mind, much lesi MMH T LAV J. W. IIOCHI'STHR, Recelrer. r a hirer Smarter l JvC A,,,011tliI1 !,, rlnrnHnnn. ar now BrOTf at 7 cents aart a cov und calf of Spring SlftlhCW utr. T.raa Uaart,ed' uiim Bhju. W R Perkins for $15 J. ('. Ilayi AND . w t. r .rW VNDRTAKi MM sold a hunch of 60V pound bolforn 10 Men Ut nw tprlag and sum in tovfUs John R. Robinson at 5 cents. Charles Un A AL. JudB- - K. C aawmwi TVMCAT AL mww 111 jwur Wonten told to I,. V. 8odorH soiiie ir. railed a eUakot In., comprise the lxNt r i 4i..uvT10d. Ji. miirkrt trmy lai lr. Klai'a N DleoYory ib a candidate for th rupiibl'cnn noml For tenucr face and neck after shav. CO We bjito every p'etfmn Ing for plmplei black heads, dandruff, me of, nation for t'ovnmor un poun'' s'iraU t S ! renin I, C. Kind BR IN FURNITURE, Mro yo at home. "It lion the Hvhtoat ( ta keavleet, ... Nelnon, nfvhlch Boi'tid-- , Me it was slture.t from or any tkln or scalp disease use ZEMO King bought ,, si.fvls n( 11. V. A S1K villi." Iuiir trouato" writes W. R. tinm the fvncy klanket for road uv modew.mv B"(i RUM. THKY WILL to your meaauie Is Toi'dv and ZEMO SOAP. CaramVas, Ar$t., whwi all fs!ll myan'r Commootir Freni Hpangler at 8 rmu. to kfea Ulu bat servlceAklo one for to resdy made clotiioa. Ir u.i . them an I Halaed 4T voun It wo'rit. Iti "lWr ' u)- a FURNITURE .1CMO Is guarantied ni.T EXeHANES to te'love all! iad tho stable. I.'vtry klud ef stable uteustl made t tuearnire doesn't .m( tviy urvlr tk Ma of all to tol th-- j dumoo-at' sii-laoro Mian rendy mane wh iiijt(y ow orenea and Iteblng. TIo soap Is ' 'im1,Bn'' their, R try'nK IniiK WrMu Thouvinds P45R ALL KINBw OF BTtHJK. rn awfe, Hiir, nui r!!")!!. too. Good, of coarse, and roaaenabld and fit Is rounldorcd. Ouin le invl ihi-part of tho treatmont, best for hII thiKt and noa'th to 'L It'a tKXiltlrely, thiindfr. lav( hrea wmUtd b tto ikamU of In price. They have to bo to conform let iko tuko your e. and zuanat4 fo oucba.J1 Cola", lcOrtr-toilet purposes. SlVtf THltA A CALU PRIOC noni'n who hav 'torn riitttMl to to our harness, staadard. Throat snl De. Aattima, Cronp thnt iplenrtld pa Hold Tho ai'fclby H. . RUPLEY, "Kiie dniKKlsta ornrywheio and In he'i. thrn"h f'elr tfo ntd and 'rajjpf Lunit tronble. "ie & It. Triat bottle RIOHT. e Ho'd fl I,. flir- J. C. rvTeS.AlY, BtMfard. ,rer edited by Hon ' ozlno lilt t' 0 n. libianford by Q L. Penny KatNTUCKV DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Circuit Judne. HON. CHAlL.u,d A. HARDIN, of itorcor County 'VNlHHt; V ' Jt. Fred VoaAllman. Sam Cartello sold 21 oattlo thM ueek to .1. (,'. Johnon, of Hoy Id, at figures near 6c. For Sale. 150 bale ml rod My. Jir.i 33.4. F. II. Harnett. HnttunTille, Ky. The 1'fo record and p"ronilltj of POSTKD. Tataer I.fn, W II. Klni; Junius R. McCreary ! a pretty good1 Poland China boar for ml" ' itlorm for ih. Ho uinn cf t:e n eight about 75 ponnrfa. M S ll.iugh ' high sounding platform promises upon irsn 34 f. hlch Wlllson m oluctod f"iir ,esrH' Uoxid faun for pmate Ie. IVrtnn iff hv0 hern fulfilled? Just off hand, easy. See Mrs. Rebecca It Carpenter wo can't recall a uno 2l-2- For SIe. One Poland China boar years of ,:i. Flue Individual JI aWatsyw V OSSi ?firii WtX'TFj JW sffl "TaV 1 Wnt S11 llustouvllle. 21-- 'nr-nU- Jm-rn- tri-wo- to-d- o it dlf-fre- -h o ba fufij , Fresh Oysters STYLE. W SERVED IN ANY CONCRETING -- 2 - I l m ,, I V.' uh uj ". Tf)G BG$T meAL - in fi i. . ttfjoa -i- d oliv-tlo- d TADFOKD J. U iViclrv, Restaurant Carson's rrXlSJ H. J. McRoberts. Kentucky. Stanford, o, i.... ... e, '. J, L.Beaxt iMSMSMMm 31-l- ', WAT-TINU- iSTufrTw "tHwT ud s onf HMN ' c2!l - ilit'r K 'i"li i 'r 11 ma-mur- N-- rraeil 8?TAKrFOR; t r - tJ MaiiSaJS t 1 3HORT LOCAL NEWS 1'rosli lot of wall paper Just In, J L. IlcnJor & Co. 21-- ifwairV fg i, Uev J is. Hallon will preach at ,it. Xcnla sohoolhousn Sundnr erenlntf. At tho game timo an plaeo the Sunday school t,III bo reorganised. "Dan Cupid" that musical offerlnR abounds In high class mtnlc and the mualcnl numbers nrc no less than 12 iind It I" n matter of opinion an to 3 -- ROYAL BAKING Ctiurf.Ii3,A4C & Huff OrpttiRton hens one Tor half )ear old anil Invltuc. All pur at i. Woarcn, Smnfnr.l V. Il- -n 11.00 carh. " flint Iho nlcoit and ovor imo or niiiim.ry Htanrord will li Bhown nt Miss .. ...jti.lttn ,1.1I A.i.ll I II.. CTUIIIIUUin Vl.viiiUfc lKy ll...n.U Yoii arc Invltod. POWDEH Pure r eanSQS System .effectually; Dispels most styils.!.. iiroushi to, colas ana neaaacnes. i With it the most whlstllest or sing-- ( n of ttie numbers. Among thorn will dU Slbsotuteily Makes Home Baking Easy SAVES .m w FLOOR Willi I'.hi biR snlcs ntartlnK till neck, and I'etico Uro., preparing for' tliolr annual opening on next Conn Day, Stanford Is polnpt to be lni'.y lu the next few weekti, Tlio business men who wnnt to ilo the buslncrm nro sensibly ualnB printers' Ink lavtnhly which 'hows that thoy know how to best reach tho pcojlo. .Best for men, women and children : young 10 COnStiPdliOn. and old. get its Beneficial effects, always note the name of the Company,, To nrd "How womIiI You Like to Mar VN- In" "A I ' 'Ted'y" 'IM In .llmmle Hollo." "The Chnnteclcr t'raBo," "Terrible," nnd six other. Thla attraction will bo tha offering at the Opera Houso Saturday April sin. 'c v hlchard Albright wan down from Drodhcad this week negotiating for James Kails' fine horue, Stonewall Jackson. 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 to-morrow. Tho always proRrosidVt, lltni of Kov oranco Son have litroil frmn Mr.', llnnlln the rwim formorly r.c Treves Cirri..:- :- S.xcca. cuplod br Mis.1 Vaudevenr iipiI tunc bail It handsomely fitted up I. r oi- 'lbo nturlor Jiutiml Is bclriK pr n dl ( rI4illt.c tlio svftrm cliiHho usu of their suit department., tiowHdiijs on tho rottoneat pipe The i.roblrn. rnmnlpfrlv ot jrlo lliM titiMlt which '.'. o. ai hmo over seen s'pnt out lv t m-- r' -. niusrt rl'ni'nutt'om r wii i Low colonist ratii. to dcstlnnllon liouso to b(. to print new i?.a?., $15, .i i l.iiii: ?DTT. .11- O' prfecle'l tf.. 30 f :.i the And uortliwu t and southwest on. Wo hno taken tl.e matter up i . Suiitherii railway. Tickets on unto with th" paper people and hope t" jt3 unitiip nct'ton It nr o' l.r alien- i'.iily until April 10th, 1911. For fur- ijooii lmvi a better grade on hand U n turs t .!cli mwat atv... ther Information, auk any agAnt, South if jour piper comes lorn through tbr ern lulUay or write to A. It Cook, K, middle, try to be patient with uh. We It Strjttou. Dl'A, lulivllle. Ky., PPA r.nve n dlrposltlon which incllnf uh Royal Coot Booh 800 Receipts Free. Send Name and Address. KrannTllIe, Ind., J. C. Ilnim, Jr, A. ! to bo na patient a .'ob under ntfU22-Mo. tlon, but n loose ink fountain, caused I A. St wovtL natosn rowncit co. , ncw yohk. by rarcleriim'Fa In erecting our nress. J. I) BteribflrcMrc aclls, builds, rr-l- bad no fcoonrr been romeliud than aid ailuita scalM at rocx bot thla lateft troiiblo aroee, so that itt PERSONAL and SOCIAL ri. 1'. Stngg, or Lexington wa here .,.,,, ,i, r .HrU.i tara uric;. Km him for uriaoa D'.nrn for Hevorol days this week. nn hnv I'nk nphrd Kv I re eonsplrlng to spoil our aqrun.t) "A iY. Hen Wearon made n buMnt'SH I Dr. Joe Heck U over front Wllmore a trip to Jtlrhmond Ihursday "t.i n vtfc tj charity of our to tlut hnmefolk. U It ((illlncln. nf I'ln.. 1l.il uni fur m i' iv; In reader. Mnftjnla. laufkA Pkt8. l here ill business "thin week. l'rof J. W. IteUnd attndftl tho Ml ,,, y.ur pn?,nv vxltti R. M. . J.ii Neelii of linrnater In nu.t. etlucntlon.il conlareuc la LouIitIH nw,w4 i a iiiiii-riim'K ami mrr oa Thursday. Kent, baa been recohed by hh par of tln artere. Mr and Mr. J K. Duck ar botb Tk ladles ar cordially InrltfJ to aala Mr. nnd Mrs. T. 1). Mawland tbnt (;wri;o I). Kloronco will attead tb til at Cllbert's Creek annd Mra. Uut- nietlnc of U0 Utate Central Coin- - aiUia ear Mllllaery opentic April l..iRm,.f known to hli It. Ncwlaud, Mo Netlus Is with thftm. T.ee mltto la IiiiUtIIU Bataraay. '2intil tn.intn Ilm lUlll" hs. tlnn of the sufferer t:ln It UnuK kind know other tratment .ti"H l.fitiu Mau Mcltoheitw of K juft uccoptod it position of Chief aoy proilttren rcsulle oforHi "i.nnli" Il or wall papor Just In, canter In tho attractive auatt or .lit. TV 1MM rolls Clerk to tho (leneral ilanaor of tie whlcli th patient hiii In in r.t cl.arly foretalt tlio .1-.rA.: A. Trlbblo. Wichita I -- lit nnd North-ete- ra all. tlon of the Ulrer.ke. Annie I). Mcltoberts has been rrwuTkablr tf.ee-tlvbendquarters at the hustliUK city H. Ilaughman an every form oi Mr. pnd Mra. J Milllnery openlue Saturday, Apt II Knll, TuxaH, whero bo t11! taturIn Mlilch Is oil;., iheprcktim, .1 ua eipocted homo from Atlauta and i Ui lit. Bee (he pattern lmt., Frni:ceii of Wichltii C. W- - Ur.on, 2!- - 1), out vf tj ai be 1'icated In futuro Mr. NewUiiJ uIi)hIc!ii!.m lu poInU where they hn er aoutbern a. place Vaadeteer, la fren.u co to hi new position rt a bndsomi-- ' -- iou for tin ' ririiHatUu, io;i! spout tint wlntur. uuxt week. Iiiid was picked from n Mrge rrerc riirucc. for iil needs Mi l.ula I'ruUt haa Jimt nrrtvea th It i.Uirr I ni.rrh fa thM rtlou l4 tUMlfl rruatrr lIlll'lllOl of i' n.v mr iiiriui I. .t.l mt .f ,lin T jr. Ik. IftlA i 4WI 4til U.UInr otiir.uAlr t.nuw.1 n. Inrurill , ntcrt r and la the kihwI of U I'ttrlH. ... .m1. f..i- - tTiln IniTirit-rinaa a'imw u. - .(rHraai.. Hr nT if i.clJjit f t.f llie l .io Iin in from ClaretKoFrance Riid famll ' tfva.imawl It a lml 4iaraa kj.S ShH aa.it fti iviftMiik-i. trvni'ntut.rrp I'untturcd 1i Tato . Mr. -, ii ut tr w.Hnuir tatis Htanfonl ho-- always "make good' v- tlir J l r.- to oilli M, troulMiii It furi.il of i han ben with Mr. Tato'H hlHtr. tho to- - i...h 'ut tra4f ill.cua. , u no . tiu mnMimiui. uiutlur what walk of lifts t.ify uif ll atike uiyoproresmlonat r. reiutHIuu i raunii . 44 ttv4Mlwro tiulrra .orinutluiukl txifttmrttU time. fin. i v.rra l)ucheR do Cbaulnos for aom0 tuy nhl!lt tit cure ull furnitf vt iht... ifeni. mamiMiliiml br 1 J. CLefwr CiulPO. is needed t.' In Mir aull'n .;i'st!thnovin trull rural." tho rlieu Judge V il. Mjors. of HuhNhimIUs ft .. Jl ' OIim, la ttm teatr Cu1lliiU.rul Irua. r4j tc The of all for la lalwi hwruutr d 1' guaranteed a 4M lb. bbJ , wnt linrn WiHlnmulaV Holtltllg Up the ..rHM. m. j.u.-- i.t I trw nritlc in that ... ji i check t to .'ekU'ts. i.i. 1I A1T.P ir .ii,mii, tjiu tut any . .i tut, t tut.. Ut2 Is singularly free from on oulnte of tho l"o rrnttK steropUcun vlt..j with Uict.rc The opiates or uanKorous drug's of nnv in ',a!ISX. tw mjiiNKr co. tijm-o- m which ho la exicutor. ty Mr. Kugene Kcrner on tli,. and Is easily uslicllatcil b thn weakest stomach. Huth l.unsford Daisy and MI-mtion or Tuberculcwls" will bo U.-.i X'?ZTJA,K' Full explanations of tlio wnndi rf u . I . gniiiditioihpr at l.aaeaa-- , lsltcil their r)mri, i,Yi,inv ,lvo action of n in on fur Sunday. The stibjMCt at tbr. IlaptUt church ing at 7 o'clock March. SlsL Instead of wlfh' uUrVnbotulUraiVnaTk:c- at; ! sick s..ndRy raornlnc will be "The Uud's April :il, nB n last MlM lttithl l.nnwfonl you ma .; mr "","!" u icaay. jj.uo. pneu- .lomliider," eening safely ilrop every w.iicri ami subject "Illind Home with what la fearcni to oe hypo-phosphit- es Oil by sceral physlclaua in the treatment you may now bo iiii'UOiniiHr ' takinr. Riipper wl'i :imnt:i ...... i.iuriim cimiu; trillion iiUrtlmaeu?, i ai- The Lords of tho more-- ' comity and a malo quartotto will mako . nttlV.Hyoa Irontnar1. . lib .ijiii p..t..i t. Ai i. u,, uiiMiira I neir iiiiiiij iiiu with It, tm i can o ixniiejior5jii.hi.ilifut r M . nunaay scnooi a: ju. itreacr a , rv IntereMlnir uren nc :it!il nil wiuoo. tru inT ser ice ,.iii i,. Ininrntleil In Know inni ?,ur.2'-"',0..- .'. 'IruKKlst riitmo ., ,. . .. ,.. a. m.. 7S0 p. h .ml m.ther log sonlcea ., j ...... IIUtML'-- lf Ull upvU "U. lb Will lie tent on r"elpt unuj ouuuiil r.llZnllOih .. .. r. -sold their homo nt imrg.n just enoUKh to Mr Kvnw a prwdeJ .. couvluce ttverr anffcrer. 1H kouse. nnd aro proparliiK Ui movo to I leas.tnt f ,,e ltMitlut church Stanford, By Snupars and Tanner. Hill, Missouri. ihave another exchange Saturday, Apr tisfeeds .1 Hlstiop. of Sninernet, wus wlth,i;th at thn postolflre. d. trlends lion- this week McAnlnch and, NOT A WORD OF SCANDAL nd Mrs. llonoy Mr -r 'Pr here'tnnrrfrr tiie card or a nrlghbor on Mr T J. Hello, of lluptniiTnlp v. Hpangh, of Manvllle. Wyo., wh lllii week i',.ni,i.p ('iuirH4 nan mm rem halk nr alldkuooihts naid. "hhi' to'.il t)r Klnx'a New I.tf kid o' lmlon. was here Wednes- r ills bid curpd her of n.t IKU 4. fir mr day and bought Meral HfiJ 13k.. n.tim ot trouble, nnd made her frel like i'.e Hatlmn Hull .nU OhlU'a HkMrk.llct .Ione a no- - woman " Kasy but aure .erne Simple way for any family to retain tho good health of all its members tuiv rroni Joab Ucb tNUik cvnUI. Owat link IV a.. returned dy Miss Antoiiutte Orim-tenfor 'tomsch, lior and kidney troi 4U--J York afttCOTT & IKJWMi ft.! SL. Nw to her homo In London Thursday The editors of '"Health Hints" and la tonic Inrredlanla strengthening the Only ?G cenH nt Penny's Drur s Die. l r sisters. to "Quettlonn and Answers" have one ques- nerves, brings aliout a lactlnt; cunt. er n Storo tion that la put to them more oftan than Among Its stronewt supporters are Mr. I U. HarrU and .losso WalFOR 6ALE OR RENT OLD iNTCR any other, and which, strangely enoueh. John Grevsiine of si Milwaukee Avu, mr, .UumiAL uUiloinj aoovu ters. An Novlus accompanlid her as they nnd the most dlfltcult to answer. JJetroltTMIch.. Mr. J. A. Vernon of Oklamr- ni Rowland homa City and thousands or others. It That Is "How ran I cur my constlp NATIONAL COUNTY LINCOLH druggist obtained of tlonr Caldwell, an eminent specialist la can beand one dollarany bottle, at fifty Mltfl i:iliibeth Htasg entertained a rents a Dr. or If you Tueaday evening. APPLY TO L. It. HUGHES. few ol her frlendu HANK. stomach, llvsr and bowels want to try lt first a free sample bottle dUcssea of the Marrh JSth. and all present had a has looked the whole field over, haa prac-- can be obtained by writing tho doctor. STANFORD, KY. Mnong thoe pros-tu- t ovonlng. tietd the specialty for forty ye-- ra and la Dr. Caldwell does not feet that the convineea mat ine increments conutineu in purchase of his remedy ends his obll- were Huth llek, l'recott Ilrown. what Is called Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ration. He has specialised In stomach, llo'trxlnw, Clinton Coleman, Mnr Hess tins the best claim to attention from con- fIver and bowel diseases for over forty i roster. Heck, stipated people. yeans and will be pleased to give tha it ltvynolds,Hugh James Trlbblo. Kllza Its succees In the cure of stubborn con- reader any advice on the subject free stipation has done much to displace the of charKO. All nre welcome to wrlto both llunn, Sam l'mbry. I.ettlo Wal use of salts, waters, strong cathartics him. Whether for the medical advice l;er McKlnney, Miutrlco Tucker. Marand such things. Syrup Pepsin, by train- or the free sample address htm Dr. l'ax-tottha Itauev, Jctso llockor, JeanUrady. ing the stomach and bowel muscles to W. U. Caldwell, 4U Caldwell building-- . again do their work naturally, and Willi Montlccllo, 111. Cl.trenco Cooper, Arnold m CarFon. and Kil Hrndy. At a WII proper hour doliglitful refreshments ucpp hervod. ilr John S Robinson, one of tho AND MANTLE LIVE AND DRESbtD pioprletnrj of tho, noted Crab Orhe-mi- l BET8Y'8 POINTER6: Hprlnr,s, was hero this week. Thoy POUL"nY, ECOS. ICK, COAL, "A houio keeper should remembor big sea-ivmo inaUliig preparations for n Harrods-burg Molly, that a guest sees more In ki at that famous rcsert. FURS, WOOL, HIDeS, tnnr than a host can see In n yoai llorald. Or A. S. Moffett has received n let- nnd tome wemea can toll n good bouia RALT. LIME, 0IN9ENG, nnnounclng that atior u pleisant keeper by looking at the mat at tin ter voyng,, Rev. nnd Mrs. H. J. McMullln PwXTHERS BTC.' door beforo entering. All m; linvo arrived saroly at Soochow, China front v ind Mia. J. C Creiifhnw arc now friends are highly ploaaed since the, k locnted nt ClriiiKlnny. a walled city ot began dealing nt Coffey Mid ('olouiuiw 250 POO InhablUtuti, In tho anuio Km iltrsch's beana and pork now on salt plro Hoth Mrs. McMullln und Mis V. .i Crenshaw are daughters of I)r Moffett 10 nnd 15 eonts. GO-FAND OOLEMAN. . Lnli'ir.on Unterprlss. i pre- U'T ' BUTTER EGOS California RoSyrupCoJ plainly printed on the front of every package of the Genuine n New Wajf t w. ' E. Perkins, ' &y CRi&uY?' i i . . fi 01ral&i'2 flBfr L. R. HUGHES, T. W. HU MBLE, W. O. MARTIN, ft tlei-fcl- innkes the cake llonter, liner Iavorcd3 more sifjlitly, and Insures its freedom from alum. uit i.. ,, fj' I- i:if-,T- fen-th- c; JL--k ir Sr I ml it 7 i ' WJ $V V mswW w Oaxfords . r. ARE RECEIVING ldiu. .,, ,..,. OUR LINE OF SPRING WE ARE HAND LING THE FAMOUS MAY MANTON LINE THIS kSf:'j & llt -- tay S-- si'- ?o after Now and then she gets tight into and helping out. Things get started the wrong direction. to Something disease and start the system the right direction toward health. Scott's Emulsion of with Cod Liver do just this. v Nature makes the cures fln. in Anything you want in PatesiLs, icis, Ki , etc. the latest styles. We ini ta ycevr iuspectioa. 1 Itall-wit- HUGHES. MARTIN ,1 00- - I 1 a 21-- 2 te .;, trot-ilit'l- it , Kut-vra- ;alnr. .i-t,- e T , nt f r- -it- s !"" fria -1 i.-- - 3 rANiFOND. KpWJT1''v $ sw . !,-. .. -- fr-ir- -' tArur-it- Ivrft--- lu-- t.ut 1 11m. I u- . rilri,n !! &ometsii-tifi- f New At W. H- - ... tr - t'--- r- .iit .. l"l'-'bv- Higgins in the h,,-VH 'It strengthens the hto i.-i- famished nerves, sues, and makes rich 'blood. J' 10-4- m... ww"iw' ?w RIDING CULTIVATOR Line, made by the Genuine Oliver Plow - i A Head- Ourss Mb Company. ,, CoRstipaSSon Try ii Free It attracted the crowd Monday. car-load- s ple-wiii- vt-l- l Mra-dame- -- We Want ' lift-be'- g-- W. H. Higgins. Looking For An Spring Suit ? The M System Clothes Up-To-Da- te t. Produce Carried In Stock By L. L. SANDERS Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be 'r ,p, tlio itt Stylish Fitting Garments Latest Patterns, Well Tailored. Justreceived a complete new line for Spring, of above make. We invite your inspection. RIGHT PRICES will fill the bill. i.i. L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, plni!-tis- Ky a tTk. Tdor7MgrT" PHONE 133. BY S f pObLIC SALC!" On fent, liu Housework Dmdgery I ilnt'icry for the weak woman. She bruih-c- i, dints and rcruha, or Is on her feet all day attcndln to Iho many dcinlli of the household, her back acblnd, tier temples th.jobtitf , norvca ttilcria under the itrets of pain, pon. 1)1)' ui, .y (eclmj. Hcmotimes rest in bed is u ne poor lire d nerve do not pert.et rrlre-'tJ, 'ie mit rf rclixiluniS siren. The rati ttrod of weak, ncrroas women Ii taC.Sid by l;r. Tlcrca's Pavorite Presoriptiou. jjy i - Iamtcwork April 1st 1 1 M o li.d. rt -- crr i. ....I iiiimiih- ' . ... ntiiit ami "ui l...lt.lln. -i Ik. l.n nil In c I ' ation X rtue medlctl wed ndiici f water At Uip j d .. I will aNo aa'l a id .lull" Hi ns thins. niiin'itr n " r st hortvt, Mull' Ttte. I Tctiva "! kn 'a on .t. u. ly r mJc. t iiik ..... ."' i ciduer will .D to y 'ana contala- 1 tin r-- .rl M 11 ti'ir 1 !lts If. 'ni" i I b t i It . P o i bif 6" I' , ,.l..v' Itnna. nnrl Tar the beat v ei.Bli renmdy I erer ai It storM that had lone, IVimt a setere Utronbua me". S.ya J. W. Ku- -, Prtae y I0, eb J It so QUIf Keoajka, r olis, lit pete In a't e tretjWo. ' Rfiir tecrlrpp u Tauntr. VwibJtMitUi. ud coh Is FMm 1 y! kVJw I t) i '.J A i "f"i2)?j "" ""Mf " ' ' ll r uM'frpr"'ii, ' S ' II' ' t't'dm' SwS22i n'4" 'i,'- Dr. inunn 'Ion, id mfh wtfitt.iemrt woman. " vtillnrunit cneee thoao :,, t. ryca, r tu i ri'nnrmilix the frft;.',.una j -. rsstrni ulocp. f' Ur f;ol ''initio let every one know what '.'- d Mnlr s Wonk Women Strong nntf Sick Women Walt. Tit!u '' eosre ot u'ouiii.i'a icitAneius. nojiathe ft " nt hand of a thoroughly rellHbleu.idrom, i ill hu couipoitntleil exnetly pliarmtcistviii't d. W'u li.u-i;alnoil an onviablo repu't'l u .for always Iislnc very careful and palns'nki-- p; mir compounding; .mil 'eol tha' in ail Ji (Co to yt ar otva good he.ilth, you should Urlnyuit neat imc ip tlon hire. Here, too, you will find a coiuplota anil tl no.tps, of toilet nrtlolcs, tubber f perfuraea, toilet preparations ami all staudarl rsmod's. For Interior decorating we carry ami rocomuwmd ALABASTINE, the btmutlfcl wall coat! :g. Call I aik us e.uoutlt and seesamjileiiof tint-ia(I'r-ctcIn-vl- ji ion ) it .;.t I'nportast sleu iito (n have that trerl,)tlou pluied in the 1 pl 'it i ,i IgCT.ffifclB r dply ."J I The Kind that Burn good. Makv bo conifers, and very Little Ashe. We Give y 72 Pounds to the Bushel and Shrifeen Ounces to the Pound. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ' me nr u' e. ".' H ' 'u Ji re . - rppr. " in ' citntulni, h eompleto liit of o Jtnp:jrd, lit j that Mj smilt ind 'llcfs euivl' it jlls. rr'r shc yr- nlttntsp( S-- neclct aiy -r unicrup- - unknown be may make J. H JBaughman STANFORD, Mai oradl -a.t - KEMTUCiCi-- . --j & So ? -- nj i: lEIfe? tw Mia.ee-11-- -- or .tmjt- -- v N othing Like It Ever TSCTT Happened Before wuwiui 1 .ca: - riT" .TJUKUM i.uju cxaraa f & :: f Mfe W7 will plaes e fee .4re Forced to Raise a I Now Due 1 IE! Free! To the first 25 buying a Man's Suit, we will give a ?3 Pair of Shoes, To the Lare Amount of Money to Pay Our Bills without re serve our entire stock at the most terrifylno prices ever put before the American people.. It Is oup loss of Cummins & Wearen's J3800 Stick Of profit an your sain.. because much of co8t consequently High Thls stock is sacrificed M, HEW SFBUff CL0TEI1, Sks and fa- - It must and will be sold In and In appealinjj to the two weeks, nishisg Qaods has Be Flacti in First Ten Buying the Hands of The $25's worth of any Goods, we will give people to attend t"' sa,e we tP113, y size that to say away Ir like throwing dollars away.. We need the patronag of every Chicago Salvage Co., of Chicago, 111., to be Sold starting $5 in Cash. man and. woman to hslp us unload and we ask you to attend this sale. pril ut 1, 9 Railroad Fare Paid To Purchasers of $15 or Over. WANTED 25 SALESMEN- - and 20 ' WANTED. "4 SALESLADIES 10 A. M. APPLY FRIDAY AT Cash Relief Must be Had, No Matter How Great the Loss. 25 Salesmen and 20 Sales, Remember this MONSTER SALE Positively Commences Saturday Morning, April 1st, at 9 a' m., Regardless of Cost, Regardless of Value, ladies to apply Friday, at 10 Regardless of Everything. This Stock MUST BE SOLD. Prices Literally Slaughtered, Slashed and Cut to Pieces ! a. m. tf We Must Have .iir tnHSlBLY u A .. -.- IS fLLREMAIN CLOSED IN ORDER TO GET THE ENTIRE STOCK INVOICED AND MARKED DOWN IN PLAIN FIGURES TO THE VERY LOWEST POSSIBLE LIMIT, IN ORDER TO MAKE r .. mi-. . Tnfc oiunc . . , .... . .- .- . - n.u w.,..na ........ tuc crnnr vul! ..- -. nr norw cna miciwrce iimtii- rur rvDtruiur. nr TUI! --!AI cr ujlm.li 9flnl oniunur, ACHIL isr AT S A. .. .....w. H, c THK STOCK WHICH MUST AND WILL Bt auuu ... 1rAi turrio time SEASON WHEN YOU NEED -MOST, THE GOODS TO YOU RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE WHAT THIS GREAT SACr1f.CE SALE MEANS -1 it ...... WELL KNOWN IN STANFORD AND WHEN EVER THAT mniMmNcnnn , to wre r, tuip chok f . WHICH ARE NOW DUE, WE A3E HONEST, OUT IN DEBT, AND MUST SACRIFICE OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT ONCE. THE PUBLIC OF STANFORD AND A LARGE AMOUNT OF MONEY TO PAY CUR BILLS MAUfc. ON THE CUMMINS i. WEABEN BIG STOCK, WhICH HAS BEEN PLACED IN THE HANDS OF THC CHICAGO SAL TU A TRLMENBOUSbAKHIUCE BY VICINITY WILL BENEFIT GREATLY THE CHICAGO SALVAGE COMPANY SAY THEY PROPOSE TO VAGE COMPANY Or CHICAGO, THIS IS A FORCED TO RAISE MONEY SALIT AND THE ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD IN TWO WEEKS TIME. unu, auun A inc. PUBLIC OF STANFOHD AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY NEVER HAD BEFORE OR WILl a WILL in Lvcm rtJTioP cxnrK AT ABOUT 43 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR THIS Eilli &AL.L. POSSESSION OF CUMMINS &.i.icnmniu WEAREN'S STOCK SA THEY WILL NOT MOVE, PACK OR SHIP AWAY ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH. BUT THAT IT WILL ALL BE CHICAGO SALVAGE COMPANY WHO ARE NOW IN fcVER HAVE AGAIN. 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 PUDLIC KY AND AT PRICES THE ENTIRE OF STANFORD AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY WILL WITHOUT DOUBT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS GRAND OPPORTUNITY. TO SECURE FOR THFM ATTEND ABOUT ONCE IN A LIFE TIME AND the PEOPLE muitv THIS FORCED TO RAISE MONEY SALE, NO DOUBT WILL ATTRACT THOUSANDS AS CUMMINS & WEAREN'S REPUTATION OF CARRYING GOOD QUALITY GOODS AND FURNISHING GOODS AT JUST ABOUT MONEY IT WILL CERTAINLY BE THE GREATEST FEAST OF CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS AND SHOE BARGAINS. AND THC PEOPLE ARE ALWAYS READY TO SAVE THEMSELVES VICINITY. ll oue ur inn ""q'ED ,vn n-- r.-- ..... A QUICK THINK Sensational Bargains In Men's, Worrier:' s and Boy's" Shoes ;' 100 PAIRS MENS1 WORK SHOES V.'ORTH UP TO $1.75 DURING THIS 98c SLE ONLY SIZES ALL '5 PAIRS MENS' STREET SHOES SOLID LEATHER, SPRING WORT IN HIGH AND LOW CUT LATEST STYLES FOR Sensational Clothing Bargains V 200 MENS' ALL W60L SPRING SUITS THIS SALE CHOICE NEV Furnishing Goods MENS BLACK ANB PANCY HOSE WORTH PLAIN WHITE 20 CENTS NOW AND FAN6V BORDER ..-.- 20 CENTe NOW ONLY STYLES ALL SIZLS WORTH' $8.60' TO .' Js.fX) DURING .6c HANDKERCHIEFS IN $2.98 WOITH . 6c LIGHT AND REGULAR 50 CENT SILK WEB St9PENDER8 HEAVY WEIGHT 150 ME"N' NEW SPRING STYLF SUITS THE LATEST CUTS AND PATERNS IN CHECKC AND STRIP ES NOT ONE WORTH LESS THANI12.50 DURING THIS SALE CHOICETHIS LOT ONLY $5.89 17c L3c PER BSST WOPK SHIRTS MADE IN LIGHT ANO DARK COLORS WORTH UP" TO $1.23 THIS SALE CHOICE-..- . itEAVY WORK SOX WORTH PAIR 15 CENTS THIS SALE ONLY I. r"H UP TO $2.50 THIS SALE ONLY $1.69 q)5e09 3c W6tTH 50 SUMER UNDERWEAR IN PLAIN AND FANCY COLORS CENTS AND 75 CENTS THIS SALE - VERY LATEsi 30 PAIRS MENS' FINE SHOES AND OXFORDS 225 SWELL SUITS ALL' THE NEW SPRING PATTERNS IN NEAT CHECKS. STRIPES AND PLAIN MA- NEW SPRING NEGLIGEE SHIRTS EASTER PATTERNS WOnH UP STYLES AND SHAPES IN VICI KID VELOUR CALF PATENT LEATHER TERJALS. THESE SUITS ARE WORTH $10.50 TO $18.50 DURING THIS SALE 8HOICE $8.89 TO It.CO ALL SIZES THIS SALE ONLY 38c EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED WORTH UP TO $3.50 OUR PRIC $2.39 SPECIAL 100 DOZEN NEW SPRING NEGLIOEE SHIRTS WORTH $1.50 AND $2.00' DURING THIS SALE CHOICE OF THE 424 PAIRS MENS' FINE DRESS SHOES AND OXFORDS 79VERY BEST MAKE INNCLUDING FHOES OF MANY LEADING MANU- MENS' WORK HANDKERCHIEFS WORTH 15 CENTS THIS 8ALEI-OvFACTURERS VELOUR CALF, VICf KJO AND PATENT LEATHER ANY LY 150 EXTRA FINE DRESS SUITS ALL NEW STLYES IN PLAIN OR FANCY PATTERNS HAND PADDED MERCHANT WOULD ASK YOU $4.25 OUR PRICE ONLY 1 1 RQ $3.19 SHOULDERS AND WORTH 20.00 DURING THIS SALE CHOICE MENS' FANCY HOSE WORTH 30 CENT3 PER PAIR THI8 SALE ON UY -A,200 PAIRS BOYS EVERY DAY SALE WORTH $1.50 THIS jo $8.89 f - 3c I fj i 8HOES - ONLY 75c $2.00 THIS SALE $11.39 . ; lib I8c 271 PAIRS BOYS FINE SCHOOL SHOES WORTH ONLY 1 $1.39 4 325 PAIRS BOY8 FINE DRESS 8UNOAY SHOES THE VERY BEST OF LEATHERS, WORTH UP TO 13.00 THIS SALE ONLY $1.88 223 PAIRS ILK AND 200 MENS' HAND TAILORED SUITS ALL THE NEWES1 STYLES AND PATTERNS WITH BOYS' KNEE PANTS WORTH UP TO SERGE LININGS EQUAL TO ANY TAILOR MADE SUIT WORTH UP TO 125X0 SPECIAL WHILE THEY ONLY '. ! LAST, CHOICE 1dRQ MENS' HATS1 THE LATEST 8ALE ONLY SHAPES WORTH $COt UP TO $3.00 THIS $1.19 DURING fI THIS SALE ... $1.98 ... LADIES SHOES AND OXFORDS FINE EVERY DAY SHOES TO THE PUBLIC DURING THIS SALE WE WILL ALLOW YOU TO KEEP ANY OF THE ABOVE SUITS PATENT TIP AND PLAIN TOE ALL WIDTHS AND SIZES IN GOOD FIVE DAYS IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THEM ERrNG THEM HACK AND WE WILL GLADLY RE WORTH UP TO $1.75 THIS SALE pNLY ,. 89c FUNS YOUR MONEY. 279 PAIRS LADIES' SHOES AND OXFORDS FOR EVENING ALL 8TYLE8 AND SIZES WORTH UP TO Z2& THIS SALE .. AND 325 PAIRS LADIES' SHOES AND OXI'ORDS LACE FINE DRESS 8HOE8 WORTH UP TO LO0 THIS SALE . 300 PAIRS LADIES' EXTRA FINE TJRE88. WORTH UP TO 14.00 THIS SALE. AT $14.89 : MF.NB BE8T WORK PANTS men's , m WORTH v. Jfants HUSO' ONLY" UP THIS TO Q.tJc, $3$0 MENS FINE WGRGTDDRES8 )NLY - PANTS' WORTH WEAR EXTRA FINE DRESS" PANTS WORTH' $1.39 BUTTON Young Men's Suits ALL THE NEW STYLF.S ARE HERE WE WILL SAVE YOU HALF AND MORE ON EVERY 6UIT. ONE LOT YOUNG MENS' SUITS ALL STYLES VORTUP TO $12.50 CHOICE .. TO SEE THEM. ASK .0D'$a.00 $1.19 $j 95 Children' Clothing CHILDREN6' SUITS WORTH' UP TO' $4.0P ONUV FINE CHILDRENS' SUIT8 WORTH UP TO'fff.OO'tTHOJCE EXTRA FINE CHILDRENS' BUITBWORTH' UP' TO 47.00 $2.19 OXFORDS 95,. CHOIC I $5.89 ,.f SHOES AND .. $2.98 $589 KW $2.89 ? Cummins & Wearer ?A -iU Look For The ''Big Red Styn" on Our Building. Stanford9 k 11 & tttm lOiVfciaHi.Mnf-i KC-JU-