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The Stanford interior journal: April 14, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911041401_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: April 14, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Stanford Interior Journal. VOLUMC XXXVIII. NO. 29. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FHIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911. EVERY TUB8AV AttD FRIBAY. 3.. MIDDLEBURG Tern Hurley STANFORD HAS INTERURBAN LINE hi ability to adapt tils verso nrnl song, Dedicatory Service to lit any occasion, or and mood or V. II. Porch, of Somerset, Is at ' IK THIS COUNTS VETERAN ENQINEER QOE3 OUT (.olden Dawa hid llstenors. In addition to tholr 1,532 POPULATION Springs. Cnpt. Thos. SPEAK IN STANFORD1 work Ihoy will perforin wltU vio TO BE HELD SUNDAY AFTERNOON j ON HIS LAST RUN Hutchinson Is boarding with M. (1. lins and cello. AT FAIRVIEW CHURCH Jones. William Murphy, of McKIn- - CENSU3 BUREAU GIVES OFFICIAL 'JOHN M. FARRA OF LANCASTER Mutleal Favorites SPLENDID COURSE OF FIVE NUMTom Hurley, ono of tho best known iiey spent sovcrai days with his sis FIGURES ON POPULATION Kor versatility The Musical Favor. UEH3 SECURED OY LOCAL 'and most popular engineers on tho L. ter Mrs. McD. Foglc. Will Jones sou DbQINS D006TING FOR A The dedication services or tho Fair-vienmilhor number on this Ilea, LYCEUM CLUD. & N died ot a hospital in Louisville of Q. OF SMALL TOWNS BIG THING will start Saturday to Ilaptlst church at Hall's Uapwii. It. Jones course, havo low equal. Tlif' Wednesday after a short Illness of Broad Hippie, lnd., where ho has se- bo hold Sunday afternoon, with a Harsaxaphonc. xyio-ee- r Istorrnch trouble. Tho rrmnlns pass-- ; Yhe classiest course of entertainers will play upon tlm Stanford has a population of 1,5.52, mon In tho afternoon by Kcv. Powell ' P. Walton in Lexington Herald j cd thr0UBn, ncrc Thursday morning , . . ,,, brought to Stanford has just been phone, piano, violin, cello, three ban. At least, thats what 't'nele Sam's following Is a list of the gener (W. Tno Tho Mr, w.nr-- i fnii nmi viinter ios and three mandolins, while .r. jimn i. n.rru ui ......cu iuuio iu .uuiuuu, ..-..-, ous contrlniunrs to tno lunn i re '"ihavo posted notices of anotbrr elec- - census bureau says, and It ought yi reason by the Stanford Lyceum Club' Arthur Lov0 still further varies tho ,ch was destroyed him done a treat deal to bruit; sis termont took place this afternoon. ,un tQ bo hel, Satur,iay on thC ,onil know. At that, Ijowover. Stanford chwcb, uih i hiii in h iiiiu niKiuiKni Englneor I,ur,ey ,Ived ,n stanrord for proposition. This will wi icn tins jusi neeii organixeu iieir ..p,i... niin year aeo: 'by fire over a town nnd section Into the prominence makc tho third has 26 moro population Mian y VeaS, When b0 rn" " th i.m. ,,..,,.. " tn,c this question has been submit- - caster, which compensate., some for l.v URM J W Ir.litn.l. IIVH foster iTDo company cuiiijinn.-10 J. K. Cosby . George L. Welch Rochester, nnd Stielton Haullcy Arthur l.ove, Lena I.. Loic. H TYJZ Vis,n nf th - & N- - n,", known!tcd and tho opposition seems to be as the Ignominy ot learning that this .1. II. Carter . Mr. McNomry. " ' 'M """ anil HKea iy ooryonc. lie marncu ""-........ "' ",v " """'" u ft A program of flu- - numbers will bo'McNomry nnd Nlnn no nvtt. uwi v .10 , Mrs. K. Davis ...m ... ......... .kl.l. . 3 v,;i uin. i..,.,. beautiful llttl w buri: Is not above tho rr gave an entire oo-t- he tor a ",cco 0l aQC" iuiaiuiura proposition carrying now.'l'.COO nunrk, wnieli" many thought MIM G hopo of the Bhen. at Intervals of . month apart.' James Carter, Jr Is to take w. h. McCarty and Is survived bv her ... ,., , C .. K star nttructlon of which will Im n log's program himself In vocal unil John Carter ..,..V ,,.U.U.UV., W ...M. V...V,, ,volli(. ,ln ,hn fleurn nfter the tutu seInterurbnn lines In this section, ln'aD( threo cliildren C Champ Hark. Speak Instrumental music nnd humorous lrcn.ro by Hon. as both sides have lined up nnd arc censuB. It. It. Noel . older to lay before them the nil ant Scvoral years lately ho had been ready for business. lectlous, many of hem belli his own 2.R0 er or the National House ol Itepreseli rlio United States census bureau I.miiii Price ages that would weenie both to tlm running on the jmssonger train from tntives dtul one of the foremost Amorl composition. Tho Sunday School Union of the Eavo out th0 figures on nmo or tut, Utiles' Aid Society by company und to tho s.'ctiun which Louisville to (Ireensburg, nnd ho was ;i Tbe Orchestral Entertainers, ai. ststeMtioii of today. The other Mu. Itlce South Kentucky Association will be 'smaller Kentucky cities tl ., week would be served by extending the In ,jURt ns popular on thnt division us The Orchestral Kntertnlnors aro 2.B0 i.i.mbets are Iteno. the grts.i nmglclan Win. Hlkins at tho Baptist church hero on 'eluding Stanrord, which are as fo! on this pro-.tormban line from NlcholnsilIe to ho had been on this. A great many April 29, to 30. lows: 2.80 unil tl,ree muslenl ov.mls which are anothor versntllo company John Dun.iwny composed of Lanunster and ultimate!) to Stanford rrlends hero will mourn tnat good old I,5jj 2.80 the hUhMl claw Sw.aon ticket 'grnm. This company Is Whooping cough is worrying some Stuntord Mm Wllholt 'nnd Danville. ... it... ...,iip.. rit.pi mu.ii.ori.. iiipluiiiiii! four young Indies. Tho instruments ,1'om Hurley Is no more l.egr.ingo 1,13.: 60 of the Httlo folks hero about. Jas. Reynolds . . . cor-- , The loml Is already completed to 1 l.JOr I'limnp (Mark nr to be sold at 2 each, vlilth tie an. to use are Tho A meeting or the graded school pen 'iincaster J. I). Sttopc jXIcholHKVlllc, nnd tho distance lioml q . . 11 1 1,72! which iimkoa the price ol admission 'net flute, violin, cello nnd piano. Their plo was held at the college Monda) llJiwrenceburg It. I.. Davison OpnilgllGIU 111311 thero to Lancaster lb some twentv-two- ' '.1,077 1 only 40 cents per performance progrnm consist,, or Instrumental hi Pennington night to deUo means or promoting Lebanon Fish & miles tlinmuli n country ns rich as any 80, 2.80 l.oweier an admission ree or $1 will los. duets and orchestral numbers and tho interest or the bond nuestlon to i ' Lebanon Junction John Menefee Is rendered In, !ln the stale. True tho KeiitucK) COME3 HERE TO SELL TOBACCO oied on hero Saturday. " (itchileld 1.05J Ik rhurged to the Champ Clark on ensemble oeal music Kobt. (..nines iiiim-- j TO W. P. KINCAID I Jihor would hae to lie crossed, but M.O'JJ to those who do not buy conjunction with the orchestral John Coulter sold to Land & Lutes Lexington J. D I&ids those who have traveled the pike down - bors. Humorous reading and whist-- . 4,'JtKJ 1 Madlsonville 1). M. Anderson reason tickets. Holders of season tick23 head or mixed cattle nt from I W. I. Kincnid this week bouclit tho thin decllno tolherU Ios are nlMi feniures of the' 1.B27 to Marlon ets will i given the privilege or hm "IS M llnughman S. :,de:..l recall how easy venlc'lesii.obacco crop or K Dunagan. of J 5,91'; Ma)field iiii( their seHls reserved for nil fltti evening. W. O. Watts .. . ,i mi .i..t-i..-.. iit,,.im.. ..it-... .... ....uou nr -- . a nice ouncn or Mioais over it. wniio on me oinei bhib ib 0.141 Ger- Miysvlllo Will Jones sold a two year-olhi. mix rn si the time ol ptirchaBe, if Ilarvcv Helm .. .Mr. iiunagan imu vnlloy with modemto giatle to Ur) cents u pounu. 7.:i0. HUSTONVILLE V. H. Wall for Mlddlesboro . .. they so desire. J. C. McClar) about 30.000 pounds in his crop and man coach horse to aiitsvllle. thenco ulong a comimratixe 1 Midway i mi Th loenl lo'ceiim Club Iihs contract Judge llalloy 5115. olne of It was extra weed lv leel pltiteau to Lancaster. S56 ML Sterling d for with the lldpilh Walter lloltxclnw Mr. John 8. Smith th.) elliclnt oxer Mr. Klncala also bought the crop The road will open up a pracllcaiiv 475 Munrordsvillc numbers. soor or the oouuty tond up (!reu rUir ror those I.M Henry Phillips OTTENHEIM now territory filled with thrifty peo cents a. pound. This crop consisted of 4US New Castle . 1 1'rons and pulpit throughout the coun valley Ironi Plnellck Creek Is diMm' W. M. Cnrty pic who are anxious for an outlet. Kn'of James Swope, or Danvlll0 at I 407 .80 try testify to Uio turrit of the courses Uio best of road rolr.ng that has Itlclinrd Wientjes Is able to bo New Haven Mrs. A. T. Pence route fiom Mcholasvllle to Lancister auout &,uuu pounds aim was ciussy out again after her bad attack ot Newport . . 20.300 .imvldrd by this iMMirtHtloii, s that Mr. Dollorde o tlH ( (,U) Wwl nre a number or sum:; towns. At etult. J, ,11 it o Nlcholasvitle Uih people of Stanford, Lincoln count) county In $80 Dr. W. D. Powell 15. ten years. He deeres toj drove fevcr W. Cash, or Sprlnglleld, Camp XeUon tliero is a large ledorsi 1U.UI1 Slid this suctiiHi ot tint state may fet be county road su)erlor thon wo ..7.70 Tato'n Creek Asso. Father Leo made his annual trip ta Owenshoro through with his crop and sold It to cemetery noar which n town mu ery 22,760 Paducah ... t .ihoiired that they will hae th Jas. C. Florence would suro have good rmds. cents Ho only hau hiB iniRninn and will visit Rev. P. Os - l'jrls bprung up, whll,, at C.iinp Nei n on Klncald at I nfci entertainers provided Tor them niond from Sunday eienlng to MonDr. Peyton or about 4,000 pounds. Iite news Irom th,. South Is that B31 tho rHer Is ono of tlo largost li3iti- a small crop Pewce Valley Vlrendy n large number of season tkk day at Louisville. Shmsirs fc Tanner niir Smitlinaw twiner .miiioii .il-- l.fwit... Ilenes In the country. The latter h.is Iiv lhf m. mh.trB 2,0i: 1 i.r. .ii. "- - Itiif-" "" .Miss Helen Wientjcs returned Iiome Vrinceton J. II. Carter Cormaek of the Sonlii Atlantic laiiRue CRAB ORCHARD to rely entirely on the river for ttans 1 ,,.. ock antl Il.lll of the local club, and an actlvo can ... oflnr sniwrnl mnnlha sl.1v In t'htenirO. IlUSSelUHIe J. II. Jones n pflrtatlou or lis output and immense I soon be Inaugurated. tags wilt 5 John Allen on ncct i"?f l.eaguo is wild over his or our Crab Orchard boys Is to Miss Thercssa will come later. One tho entlic nmounts or supplies necessary to l tin 1 If etor a man was equipped tor work. J. M. Phllllp3 ' air. v.crismiau jucuub leu. .aoi ...B..t --- -Then there are get married boon, Mr. Thomas the establishment pi. niic service that man Is Champ .1 J. W. Acey Th,. L'ncolu county Medlenl Sov'le-- ' Collier Is a son or Mr. nnd Mrs for Cincinnati to seek a location. His oiiuiuuhiio l)raiitsllle. Camp Dick Itobltigon and renter 1 Sralth9 Grove Clark He Is insgnllicent ph)slell ty met here Tuesday rn tne parlors of Charlie Norton J. II. Collier. Tho rollowlng is irom family expect to go In two weeks - Somerset 4,491 other smaller towns and villages. standing ns he dor tall erect and ntt-I- Cosby i J. U St. Sylvesta's German school is dothe Wcnthcrlord Hotel vttn an ncr the Klizabethtown News 622 U present, although Lancaster it Taylors ille Mnrv K. Todd lit He Is mngnlfleent mentally, and ago aitindance. and Mrs. J. It. Ashlock ami log nicely with Itev. Father Leo as . .. .p... . 'ml ihirlv.rnnr miles Irom LexlUUtoni j 2,26s -.. villi his wonderful knowledge or hW- - Tho Masonic- fraternity had an cle- (Verities 10 an wo cuena o.,r teacher. , , 'nGunre the engagement ot their daugh ". ... .. 231 . . it it ii'iiiiii iin u i .iiii ijiiii t mi: wi iiiii.ij Waddy lory, or la and of men. ho holdn a a. ... MM Mniy KathIeen As,lIock w Seeral people look adantagt- cr Bant banquet In Alcorn. Open, louse .Know,caKemon; oratory and "debaie. that on lecord for i.auo ......... ... o ' tho cheap rato nnd went to Cincinnati uarrouinn Carpenter Collier. aiuuniii) uipiui i, ,o wrst....ackian)onedes,,i,1g.to .each here, be.ides coM,ml,,g 262.920 I Jefferson county lew equalled and none surpassed. NOt and Sunday. toricnl offorth galote. ; 223.928 than three hours .of tin, e. It I. n-- IJ, . only Is Mr. Clark well equipped for It. Noel. Wednesday night alter church all Louisville irn. in i in- 11.. imihL tew dn)S he,p can hand It to It. on liea) . . blip ,erlce and public usetu.ness , ,bss Ashland .. r easier for the neonl ui mu. uiii.u.s u,r Q UlnG al)U i April tne twenty i "' lu,e "' """" "Iternoon ,. --M2B and progre.sUe little ciiy to go i" . . iiardstown ... . ...- lot he hold the record as having Ufed wlinv was loll N the Hii.allur fniiu. HIGHLAND inline o: tile bride in,"ur clover merchant, to view the lino HOWllUE (. ai LlTsnl-iCineliiiiatl to do their shopping, which louriu.,.. uie thnt eiulpinrnt to a splendid advan- ippltfb and gr.'pet however ai not of ladles hats which he ha ...lt they would be glsd to Icic ir they 2.343 tage He has classic diction and InCentral City Fannlug has been fomew'.iat lundu could. badly d.iriiage.l jet. Only th Immediate lamllls or the ror Easter. Tho ladles enjoyed it ery 33,270 imitable hunior and fler) eloquence with their "oh m)s" and 'thnt LovmBton ' The toUicco cifip has all bten mar- Clj by t)0 April showurii but tl. o cms contracting parties will bo present In order to obtain the road Mr. Fai-T. 3.60J A Under of th,. minority in "on, kcted In tho West Knd. The price- tto business :h still booming, .. r ipu.i.liii.. .Is a beauty and so is ttut," but oh iyuuuana i. 1,970 tells us that tho people ol '.aliena- J.t't. Iltrillj tl uiivutai ' wvtta imvi- i Jon men. The) put their money in LlUabethtown r ins. few men In the history or that hero have Ijwii such that at least, nf the brid will be the offlelat,hic Fieda Spwille' who 1ms been I "ib 5,42.1 bare equalled him Some or his tlfty per cent of thein aie so dlscourag ((Uitct sick for some lime is about well tor and Cnrr.inl count) would contri the other pockci nnd made long races Danvillo 1,274 bute liberally to Its construction. From '"R minister. i time bon compared wltn vd thnt tho)- 'fll not J'tl'--h anotli-ngaln. The bride is a eiy popular nr.it Y.md the ruturc candidates wilt be 10,463 what we Know ot the route .uul the Ills stwiTll crop tluwe o Daniel Wwbsier '..i i...r.... ,i,,.t. winiu ,iiii.ii ' oiiii KlUU IAJ JVIlu. lllcj Speukc'ti youngest child, dies. this hpiit'i. The lnJ d peoido II would seive. we nre sure 3.0b (i.i the Cuban quesiKm whs coi'lixt In ;' The Swiss Club met at th homo Franklin ... but P i loor hsid ter iH yt,ry cij .,t his home with so I would " ' papers In Prune ,!, Securities Company an sutler 4.53: As sKino thnt ,r Znrv TI,,,OP SllniIntf BVnnriIB. ... Georgetown erwm. t.ii! " MltB. lunsr ' nerseil to stores oi irionus in a."' It 2,316 Clasgow fi.i it ..rniltnl.ln in invHKtlniiln. ..inter and omKreMmiin. Clark IjiL nlielint-- l. report a good time. Itev. J. M. Cook ami Mr. Jno II. manner. . .. .. -- . llnrrndqhiirir 3.14 rniiiii bo built chon nor than the inn- - lasting luiusht fme '! onlv to himself but The iran) w... j. j. u.cney ...,i. ,..eai--, .u - --" of "I.-- llM.jnniin nult both reiimln iult ffblo. I'nclo 'r1'0 groom s a Central Kentucky, V,irR:ill1. to 1,002 ttn.l i i tin stair which he has o limn ro- -"- Kmiwn' uac Ilaunh who has also been sick fi.iin II. Ashlev n wll ami f'" sily position i.owiauu ouuuu, ..,ie...iu 1 1.452 H would open up 'list a desirable i. ec- iiinn but uou holds a clerical Henderson has insd .MIsMHin ono rnnii of itm g paiuowlmt bolter. lesldei.. Ho N. in Louisville. furmer 2,73ii .l.i.i 1. u.inl.t (iti.lniilitMillv lin :i rriwi. nil1. Hickman ,. .. . m- -.i .. t H.vl it the beat sdvertlmd stales in the v..rf w .. Il- ..,.,. .....,. .... ... .wT,r.., ' iwiu ..9 Imu in in ti "" ..uiiilj - ui. l.fi .iiis. 11.1..1 .'luinu r ,.!. PIV" " r ... " , l . '" llti4l HlTJAimi HOWIl UI1UI1 C l ... ,,...1 further com- m-l her, .Ms mHl),e ' uHe ,o I anc.ister as wol. ornUl life en o asi ns am. has made Jackson ilw1. , fl s,I1Ce oUr ,a8t rCport Mr. J. K. Gro as Stnufoid which so far as reaching U.orv .....inn .ll le hh extnt in , On March m. ibll .no death angel " ''e "' " '" M''rwrt KING'S MOUNTAIN . place "'lh inn., .h wn "At th- - !.-.- ... LouisMlle, visited the home ot Mrs. Thomas Pu, rental th "enster. besides pr.n- ''u1'"" Reno The MaBmian ,, Ham and took little Johnnie Shanks., th bri Cofl...... M ,nto Mr growing lltt . M miUoll l M,-- y & h Ken.,. IM, ta. ""' a ,a,,,,B "lVM'"'tI" "",h ' '?' her 13 months oh. c.ild. lie was a Quite a erow-- l .....end.d tMf tl,, Mna,r n "own singer and freight iralflc. p.strorm r..r thlny two jesrs. II. beauti,u.Aeton-- sale last Saf..da7 tut Jwonderful child, radiantly B am, Hltrt Tha bU1iu( of ,,aBU" ,a .' "- l1lrs- n- ' ... . ... ,, u Harry or I ',. ....... ..j ...rf..Pii,...io ...... .......-- . . Mr. Sam Uigney and .. . .. in.nllliront truvled all met the world, lwlud ..... ". ......Tii.ri.au ......,..,..ue' .......mi ....... . a r .mi r .... . u.im.. ..... .....i... ... nnr ...im. ........ .. ,.,! . .. .. ill. .. ....... M . ...r. ..w. l.ll(lllll(lllli.. ..V.0,W W.t.. 'U v..(. ,ug India, Syria awii Kg)pt. (u4yinK ...U .A...V...r. ukui-l- d en Lui.orunu. a bright beam or Somerset spent Wednesday months; Hasvi plnyed by Mis mMt mmv Heeks no, bus mined to Mrs. Jame s Jonos is units sick, ,ho!eyona his Mr George T. I..ii.hfor,l and Ml. " iiiswlr IpT tha lands. He csrrlts ln tho homo and an un,on,nK mother. with her s.in Mr. O. m mptoms oe.ng tnoso Ite. L. C Trom imslc.- - o" h lhM'St tUs pIsco to r Preach-rsrll- le i'""M ourM of oy to n,H ,,arents anJ rela., Mr. A,hrort (.oocb, of Lar.vlllu Very goose C.penter. .m: , it rabbit and o. Speake, who roceutlj lost his wti Kiln ihuich united '.im In nwrwge .i. In wwlloi-- nt tho Baptist leNer lnvo nan)- or his tih'k nre of his own Utile .inhniilo had nneumonla spent Sunay vlth his mother on) 'lb- jjr. Spcako seems to be having .lis neie unittMl a, , most bettiit.fi' ring eei,, , rhero 1. mucr wm go mi, t&( by patlur J. ity this Jonos ou hourV tho (q Parsonage llP Ktvra a lull twu or roiroitfer1.-ua- BiU)re ol trials and tumble since the ma. i bride's dross many the tin!. Orchard banat arl um Tho luwulsy April Utn I sn Mifferor was done veek on buslnow. h rriel .' boquet death or his wire In the loss or a Swiss nnd sh,. lu oonlH ' UJ "8 Ii lends of this splendid young couple " Miss Eupneima jajior is visiuns (ue or Pr oimsne - thst net or but God knev best. No hopes wo a j,,,hor.,.inw and the sickness loses. The brldo is .1 nrfcilutur tho Increasing number of wish them much tisppinesH and sue- Is known il'i- to RRnaw but .m 'I a')d tl. (ll i,h Oil'drun. could cherish aro to bo compared with Irlends and .elattvcs here, deeply sympn-tr'tntof the Macomb high rc'uv:. They will make their home nt trous and other ltrirove.iient work Is tho glorious realltios thai aro now hlB.' Mr. and Mr. Col. Oooch aud babes, - . ue "d." 11 t Icll ' !! buiTis n,iIU wt, hm, in his man) nlllctions Noriniil sdool at ihst phi' ll'elnK Uo,,e- -ptHMiili.-i'ProochersUlle. er, and a rtes body vaa laid to rest In bavo moved to Illinois where thev will tho pas' four oars tiw 'mu Iwen i ,.,, tIig. Mrs. K. F. Jordan, of Coibln, visited Tho little 11 m th lis anuar-"(lil- t K- - " Falrvlew clurch burying ground make their .'utitro homo. They aro 111 In f.lc.lent tooehur jir8 (joru Adams ot Danville with most Irionds at Crnb Orchard and then the 111 t'm iiurs unn,' nuy t Hml thnt on March 20. Much sympathy Is ex- - missed by their many rrlends and ro,or babe Mildred spent seieral da)s waneo public n i.ools. He t.. the o.'l went to I'reachersvllle to spend H !ui..T- - iv o in a is iiaads. tended to tho heart broken mother, latlvcs. Irinids wl'ClWl(tl K. (1. people .r ,,aronts, Mr. and Mrs. hao iii'iuorous few days with hor nn. Walter Jor ' Mr John Jotinson or fcoaienei was A Loving Aunt t'irowi. a .hUWs of water Into tb. sir, wish thorn the 'iuiiutu s 1.1..! nallRti. dan. up to -- 00 his brother Will lohnson. Had tils i,ml it ciitngea Inlo's dmn ACRES "F LAND M. Young with lur two bt- Mosperltv." And his uaii.t KeniucHy Mrs Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders and , Len lleynoldi !s la th city this 1) KING'S MOUNTAIN ,iam;,iois, l.i.olln and Itoborta 1110 irlends will gb'dly wleowe ihem l) brlcht Httlo son snont Sunday with week on businasj. , u 1.1 .iB.u tl.li ... Imr huh fmttuie n' n...ir .i.l K'.iii.-- .i k ho;. 'tabic home t0 Not the lufcst Hiju)bl .. On M.wjat. eurt lUy. April 21th Ul ll01ller,)lks Ilonr Lancaster. Miss Ilaila Lee uas rcturi.ro. from Allen Gllllland Is lsltlng relatlvej 't.mis ivsriormaiMV is wt ninmiiK uih . M.. u tha eouit ,m., it,K.iutita mm latl at II o'clock ,,,.,,,1. irom ihidr brdil uw, .,.,.. ws m Loilngton after an f.xtem'd tnlt to i.r romntMt with which 1m snllxeiis I place. wi"l at this .l aiierman. 1. poprlar tran.i.i l0r (wo Slighter, Mlws Fannin sd boute door' In ijincMtnr, Kv., MORELAND iie-- y thing ho doi. TIihm frnnin-t.( .. who 's well Kimwii Ksthor Cnldwall and Ksthsr Murpry Mlsa Carrlek Vtlsm soil to tho highest wnl bJi b'ddar tJrac 8l tlla u. k. s. aichmond. tor or tho 11. t liat luou icry Little Hlniiie temnrka am lull of. tun and wis m i.n w.M.1 Kml. ww pia ovui neai o- p. .y irw,n nntl Mr. Donthsr witlmut rosore. llaiif. fo1 special Kaster sorvi- - wore thoguesta of Dsllie I'nloonborry Ira. There will be Sunday. Gil- ,. villi Hash after llssii of go.nl temper- CnvlMKlon this wtok aid Is .11 a hn.l t the Moroland Christian churuh Saturday and , n .. low visited .Mi. Greon's mother near ensi, In hand, 63 aeros ot lsud in EU10I Cnldoll has bow. ed sstlr nlmo.1 iThliusolt or bis wipfK. Sl,fl,,0. Mrs. J. J. Faleonborry U oh the berts Creek In Garrard county. Ky. Sunday oenlng. Special ICasior musle Siiihm last wepk . lib IS a IHMH Of fllrO pllll)llt)' tfDll Pniulc Meivd'tli, iurin.'.y ih mu Mr. N. I Wrbjht who went to see Tins lanu is an 111 gross nun is io- - by tho choir and special taioni. 1110 turn uw iu neon. kwm etiKuginK siMp prnpiie, with "" miles soutlioast or Laueas- - pastor, llov. W. G. Montgomery will, 'Cyrus jonnsoii wue aaa bum Lick a catsd X npftion, had a .In-v- her lather Mr. Kidr uttar Juntao -- ., .. ... -w ,. -"-Mieiitallty nnd an arttule tulurnsd rroin wayaaamiris. naaluil 'ti lbs eachuw h". nt Lou- taw aya Beo vms aceoiiimuitMl by lur. This Is a good Inrm nnd Is going pronch on The ltesurrectlon.IB his . " . the Hurueas ho haa is at nuy ior . " do- Clinton Johnson tl Ihuro Mil b su Kster entortalii to sell to tho high dollar. Anyone Mlaa Ann and Maatar low. Ioru' I rofetHtlou. Miwoa Kflle Yuanc aad XiHra IUuah siring to seo tho rami will call on mant at tho Methodist church next Tow days. Stanley Fulcouborry cowlnu. xery Mendclthn Quartet, W. It. Owens baa laturnod to Ita ono l lnvltcil Hughes k. Swlnobroad of Lancastor, Sui.dnj n!ht 1'iery rowiriHsl from tb K. K. S. IttchPREACHERSVILLS ' eourse Is the Msiulnlsvohu Quartet BOOTH utid wt think It w:i b,. well worth, old home In Tetiueso. Ky. Possession lit once. niond. Another number In tho Stanton' M. G. Murphy ws In Stanfowl this KINGS MOUNTAIN ....... .K. ..... . . Mr Miu AunU Hull nhn.ui. n.llul THOMPSON llV Hliches & SwlllO- your time 10 come. .. u r. nnu Mut ch "K"t of "" Cuiupany which Is aomatlilng new n ilurnsli'e. week on buslnoss. of Little IJhsabeih Uerybody come to the ontartttir,- - a building lot for JSOO. spout Saturday 4lV Sunday with tola on ui Ji mU,1 ef the uo3s WW. Rm .N laa Kphemle Taylor. L- italtlng her the 2lst or April. pons pack .0 P..-- .MONEY TO LOAN. ." tlvos 1 .nt" " - J- M- her mother t 0 earns. ""I' .n F. Hamilton and L. K. Crisp have friends of trls place. J. county Ou farms, In any Mica due V I'urdou. who Is toaholait Lincoln tudlia mnud t rusuuo Mrs. MallndaAndmson of t.ar Lizzie Dye M!bih Maude Uruwn ror historic minstrsi. 1it jllamoa Sarah Auat'n au.l Jonla amount over $3,000 Itato rf. Interest In ilumsld spft Saturday and tliiii. been very busy delivering pleiuros will have returned from tho city with tin m ,., po, conU Tenn B y?arg wlt day at home. Sh.. was accompanied the Challior Portrait Co, but be .ecallod. n loiineu Jwv, iW- m -,- ,...,., In treatment, u eimitunntion 01 pom ,ul,i.. gnno to vWt r8W,lvw at aomenrst. nrivlleco to nay alter ono year. Mrst bv bur fileitd Mrs. Dujuwr or ISiirn- - leave in a low nays ior aiiioiioniuur, u........ WM (irown Uy s see mem. Ky. und.nu.lclu. whospeu uf )p mortgage. If )ou aro In need of money side. M Hr. Acton and rumlly we vlsltma J. M. Ijohnsoii Imvo rjoturnqd home .. as a pliy-- ; w.III loan vou un to 40 nor cent ot the Mrs. Huriis Hukasiraw, of Cump JAoton regret to glva hlni Our friend J. ... HoUselaw. of ',? to his and ,.,. fria,ld 1,, wUn irlif.' almn-- wlno of )our land. For furtuor par- - bollavllla, spenl 11 few days horu. where they have beeu visiting rain- - mtattvaa at Vnynoburg. W- - S- - bmaiiwcxxi naa, l wtwa irum an who would hoar. IUI11 Itansun and Ada Prtiltt thos and Irlends at Uilb Texas titular, write to O. II. Swlnebroad. on crutehes slnoe his leg wxis broken dam succoss In his far Frl- vrs. WaPace Walter Uaa beeai vtett- - Iawtfliiwilh hU new w f Attorney. Lancaster. Ky. Jamas Thwuipaon mmt c.Vtkl week. some time ngo. horns to whlcb he :"'a .1?'1,0d..rn. a butting ram on ot 'nir hoi boher of Stanford. III....U.U t' iiihu la Jiinciton illy V CHAMP CLARK TO o-! forth-.comin- g .,, ,,, (..Mh.rinr iu isirii --- - ers '..:.!.: M ml.IT Trii .i..,7. ..-- ' '- mww. ,,,....,. -- .,,, .. ., . ... j .' .m-ras- .... u b-- 2 ..., th.,8 J !. d llu-lea- u high-clas- l- -i ,,,, . . 2 - 1 "" ' .... T!!? " .,.. ....... rii.. . M-- '. "-- .... "Jj,.. - ,,,..,,,1 ,. M ,h u'ni,! .............. .... a e...., !"ch - - "i" -- di-- gre;'. s jr. """"; "' '"""'. ',.', '.! I i....w . "v. ... .. -"- ... 1 ll -- . 1 ,u .). ,1, U ,. ot "' .... ...-.1 - uuwu 0.-.- ,v Avm-P.- '"l ..tdM. bH ;'; ;X :,,,,, 'r, S"lJm ,''" - BaBnBnnBHHBHU Bfel7WBiaiMinMM..n. 11B1EHHSBHH ,.... """'0. ad J I a ' .- lie - - 1 rnth-brido- 1 - 1 1 ). Jvi lle V-- e "late '" 1, """' , Fr dot PUBLIC SALE! 1 ost 1 .r ) Va-ifh- by-bi- - vW le. 2 chld - AU-tn- - he .... "? 1 'CJi Z .lie V rLlg iw..- ZT. Si ".. i I- - rn. i!S Xfoa l.ul - Gl I. lr amnt ill. . 'i.-lt- in. rnt a" 1 , Jr :Z ,...,,.. ' 1 . .. the street, nis grem ,.r .- -.- J .....l s"" l.lnn In r otthl. iay 25-t- !.. ' -- - - -- ..j.. . ..,''. J aim. The Interior Journal RIlRMIIIHIIiriMlfl JOHN MORTON FLORENCE Midcd. A Cowl , ;"i'.JL-- r FT ' " wi BBC Eitabllihed 1872 U On tlio evening of March & John Morton Klo.on i tw , called from tuldnt into tht presence of llim II A YEAR "TRICTLY IN ADVANCE . ,,whom not baling n he loved. II" yciirii or age nnd a native of mm t the postofflco at Kufcrod thin state, born In Harrison count y an scemd claw mafl. whore lie spent moat of his life until SHELTON f!. SAUFLEY,. . .Publisher aBEKimEMMIIK!Z3lii 1011. r ." life H 4 EASTER FURNISHINGS - ' isfflSSLJeiaR5lHL! 'It- .jBriJti2rr4.lKtt JjMfI SJEWilBK& A ' ' nhout7 yearn ago lis rHirolmsed n home In Lincoln count and moved to It In order to benefit his health, which ho HON. CHAKuUS A. HARDIN. of Meraer County came very Rood until about 4 year neo when ho contracted n soveri cold The I.oulavlile Herald comes out In wn0,, went into tuberculosis, which i.'ubl coiuuin loader In favor otlwas the principal causo of hf death, i recall..1 His fnlth In Uio Lord was very strong tlio mutative, reforondum and y want It to distinctly 'ed that bo would to death, wt nw thorn first". The Interior caT)e h(j Jouri.t! la been advocating theto rr)n(l8 had watched over him irit,rcMi e democratic meaauros for , hands nnd poacefully passed away thse tmuiv moons, nnd wo wolcome ns one goim to sleep. H0 had been la member of the Chrtstinn church for the Herald Into tlio ranks even iscvornl years. Also wat a member ol Hut tuourih It Is a republican sheet. the Maeonlc order for several yenrs. I'ko its many fellow Insurgents In th Hc was willing nnd ready nt nil times g o p., It ts simply appropriating to belli nnvono In need. Ho wns a good neighbor and a kind and loving I uV uirntlo (loctrlnos. husband and fnthcr. Hc was survived t Bowling Green papers arc squab by his wife formerly Mtss llottlo Henfl.e ry nnd 7 clildron namely; Elbert ot b'mg over which has tho largest circu. Fayette, Wesloy, of Ilourbon, Joseph, lation and our old tlmo friend Kd of Harrison, Ottls, George, Kate, An I clgh seoms to havo all the logic on ,mi ot Lincoln county. Hurlal nt But. his side. Anywny thoro are mighty Into comotory, nt Stanford March 10, at few paper which are better gotten up at three P. M., services conducted tho grave by Rev. .1. B. Jones, minisadncer looking or havc more fat ter of the Baptist church and by the And vertising than his Messenger. L. 0. K. Masonic order, tl otifrh we do not always agree with DR. 6ome of his editorial thoughts, Kditor KKIESaHISKKnSHniaPSH EDNA B. SEARS. KU always makes whatever ho sa"3 Jf DEMOCRATIC TICKET. and other Ult, due to an Inactive tondi-t!on of the Lircr, Stomach and Bowelt, may be obtained moit plcatsntly and mct promptly by uiinj Sjnip of Fig and ElUir of Senna. It it not a new and untried remedy, but i uted by ; : For Easter we have made Spec, ial Purchases aside from our magnificent stock of You mustseeour DRESS SHIRTS Coat styles, Cuffs attached, in stiff, pleated and soft bosoms A splendid assortment of DRESS GLOVES $1, 1.50 and $2 a pair. "We can always show you the new and 3nappy NECKWEAR. See our handsome windows this week trimmed with COLLARS and Ties Men's Lisle and silk socks at 25c, 50c, $1 and 1.50. LADIES' SILK HOSE, 50c, $1 RA n V rl QiQ Fer Circuit Judge. nf IW& - P5 ... .. .j ' ar jr'JK millioni of famiL'et through "Tr?Ti' "uffA. WB , 'i.nj "."' 'c'"f out the world to cleanse and tweeten ! and ilrcnglhcn the lyttem whenever a laxatire remedy U needed. When buying note the fu3 name; of the Company California Fig Syrup: Co., printed on erery padtage of the. I Shoes and Clothing genuine; - jt Re Regular price iv wjr 50 per bot. one ii icaunty lia only.: uruuif i 1 1. r - ' u, - c t Jinti'i.'ii church J ,n . n tty I hrlfeiiitn i . . Suud.it S MrTr TWnlllifr IT ' HaTTmTTlir ii ITTTn TirrT ';:- - m. ' ttitti n ut ;m i i. fiti- - ptiluiK covered and framed, haiiK lug bnik tf the pulpit and by tho Sunday In June hopo to have . (!'.- atar Ii its plare. Or W. Phllllsm and brids MIm Klh 1 mlF-lorn- rl Hal .m enU li Liberty. MU hMiitoimi n wilt he roinplotH about rs1-deuc- C. F. CRECELIUS, NOMINATION CANDIDATE cherish eveor so On account of an excess or business memory. A friend, Stella people In and pure I desire to sell my mill at AlcICInney, Well we have 25 more Wasson, Carlisle, Ky. Ky. It has a capacity or I" bar.'- - i i KjUjiford iLnn our good neighbor nour per day? machlnory In good con something to bo thank Tttafs dltlon. Situated on tho Q. fc C f.iTfor. and g MRS. MARY ANDERSON. JS draws patronagp from Casey road otli j and cr counties, good turnpikes lead to It At that Stanford is the bekt and Mrs. Jiary Anderson, wife or Dani- nnd Is In the heart ot it fine wheat biggest little city in the woild. el Anderson died at her home near belt. For further particulars vr ti Ottenhelm Thursday evening April C. or tee J. S. Murphy, McKIuney, Kv 1U11, after a short Illness of n comSpoonamore-Riv- ers JUNCTION CITY plication of troubles aged 67. Sho was ennsuan cnurcu Cloff Breeding, of I'erryvlllo cote- a memoer ot tne DOCTOR end a regular attendant as long as cd his eight months public schoo! ,u YOUNG PROMINENT WEDS HEDGEVILLE BELLE her health would porm'.t- - She was a Shelby City Friday and win go Into kind good neighbor, generous to all, the railroad mail sonic- - this wocii. .ir. Krnost Rlchardeon who tr,t ji,- and was loved by all who knew her. 'I ho nuullal ceremony that survives her toot run over by an oil wngon nbo i two hearts heat as ono vas said by Her aged husband who grandchildren two wtoks ago is able to walk alwc th fieT. Dr. Powoll or tho First Chris- and her childron and loss., now. tian church, or Louisville, at high havo sustained an lireparaoie Born, March 30th to Mrs. Vloli Kub .. Saturday April 8, In the spacious Truly a good woman has gone to ner noi realjarijrs or the Seolbach Hotol when reward and may those who weep gain. oris n flno boy, woight ten pounds. Mrs. Durnslde, of Danvlllo, was last h. pronounced Miss Ada Soonamore, ize Uiat their loss is Iter eternal were, Dr. I.ogllo Rivers After short services the romiUns oi llcdovillo, and In tho old EpbcsuB burying ft Indianapolis, man and wife. The laid to rostawait tho resurrectlpn morn. was gowned in white satin with giound to tnda Oh, how sweet it will bo In that ha. and gloves to match. Her trous-te- . sor u 'vas elegant and oxtuusive and beautiful land. Ho free from all songs on our lips I would fill tho ideal drenir.a of tho row and palu. With harp In our hands, To suwt mi st optlmisUo bride. That sh0 is f and with A. beautiful and talented bride goes with-ou- t one at.othcr again. Trailer Chestnut goea without say-ir- 0 spying and she BOWEN. and she numbora her friends b Lnn-ciuvc- t. Sears, of Kdna In died March 13, 1U11 at the homo of up to Mayor Florence to do Ifs her uncle O. C. Smith in Nicholas r.uind a recount of Stanford's census. county. How feeblo are words to There are certainly more than if00 carry consolation to hearts bereaved people In town. In the event a cen- of n beloved daughter. A tender cling sus department official Is sent to look lng vine, Interwoven In sweet memo ries, from tho hour tho angel first over the situation here, we BUggcst gave her to your home, a gentle ho come some court day. There wero Bplrlt of light that flittered in and at least 5,000 people In town last Mon out like a gleam of sunshine. No onn can fill her plac0 in the vacant chair, Cay. no one will tako her placo In your parents and you would The Danville Advocate is bragging hearts, dear not havo tho void filled, even, is you that Danvlllo has a larger population could. It will be a sacred thought In than both Stanford and Harrod9burg tho years to come, to parents and combined. Yet we'll wager that friends, that sho shod radiance in the homo ap long ac she did. It will be a newspaper has a larger list than both of Danville's 'blessed recollection 'hnt she urcr, up to lovo and b0 loved by thofn who will papers combined. Stnn-ford'- lii'ghty readable. g SIKKIISIHVHSSIIIKHIII O. who memory FOR THE DEMOCRATIC SECRETARY OF STATE. FOR The abovo Is a fairly good likeness Jweok the guosft of Mrs Kd Medham. ot a popular young domocrat, of Pen- . Mrs. I'm McC.Irr of Lincoln co'ints dleton county, who is seeking tho aem. was the (,'icet of her Mater Mrs. Riley oerntlc nomination for Secrotnry of King Sunday. State in tho primary on July 1. Ho Rev. Wjntt ( ou'gomery irt-- i L was in Stanford Thursday meetinc cd ttto lutiresitng scrinonB Sundiv at the democrats and mndo n very fa vorablo Impression on all. Dr. Crecelius haa been a leader tn the lower Hous0 of tho Legislature tor. several sessions. Ho is tho author cf tho famous Crecelius tobacco "law; which gave the tobacco growers tho right to pool their crops. He a'ro had a leading part In tho framing ot much progressive school legislation, and In fact, led tho fight for n greai many bHls which mean better tilings for Kentucky. -- Shelby City which Mr IHnttlddh- - h:is bought mid width Is near his aton Tho Irosta hcra Sunday and Mon-- ' day have been pretty hard on fruit nnd early gardens. H. C. IHnwiildl aad brid. Jt'iinle Holm after a brWal imn to t'hnttanootnt lui'e returned to Hut tout Ilia whets mi Sunday they wen ' giveu n big dinner at hit linm. ' will rtldi ni the J I.. Him plaro In May lit. Mr. A. Miati HL J. McRoberfcs. Stanford, Kentucky USSSssa -to Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded 333&I IT'S HISKY. ' WE HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUM t supplylnit high gntde know or neiia tbot "I"h Imnher, mighty few wt. lint evu wne'e bur i "'f'r a prti l'ni.br chb be natrln'il , , , Iciinnn, MXl "n' mnvt' '" " ,''n " n"w '"'0b "J "' i f kp ut FOR SALE PRIVATELY! tenderly nor street 3aBSBf43aBiat.SHHIIRai! When your physician has pre- Kcribml a lunhcine for ou tn tak;, the next important step Is to have that prescription placeil in the !.... ' s of .t taorouhly reliable and competent plutrniaust so it will be compounded exactly as directed. We have gained an enviable reputation for always being very careful and painstaking la our compounding nnd feel that, in all justice to your own good health, you should brine your next prescription Uit. Hers, 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 wre carry and recommend ALABAST1NE, the beautiful wall coaling. Call and see samples of tints and ask us about It. PENNY'8 BRUG STORE. it la ai nroarj- a llfo Insurant. but fhr clmapr Dhjte in tKltliic out a roMty nn ifnutornn. Wro la HWr tr to Wiet.h ant at tuiy tlm. ercn win. tho bast prftautims. VTe lira Iswie oomaany ihonplr ,11 fUcy la it go VV. S. WSH - a homo of your ottn wUiiicn It mime u nro liwmrirnce noncy to jnmbl.r panlHe losn n yonr iirovt'rty coen w"r ,r r, fur-'tav- kI or n,,"' ''' u' - Fresh Oysters; served IN any'CONCRETING STYLE. KkU ' tiJtJ? ft VI itu ! faOUftllM-V- k.ij), . 9 wrMUnn .iilui. M.flk t'lvrvf iLla I 4HnMn1flf W- a u I 4 QS In H . Mft . ! work nnd STAHFORDl.Carson's - Restaurant; W.A. CARSON, PROP. raarl ifdi mAL wii tn Lilrtw4 imt Tr iRt . t - 10 tW-'- , - K nde Stanford, Ki-aik- v.. Hc-Cfeirj- ', I r "fTrir f Mk) " v. .y 'k. n ,.v"-i- ' C ifclll jff AND ALLEY GREGOR RCCOrfl, 43401. f 1(17 UNDbRTAKER CMOALMER 'y 2:19 3-- 4. ortrcp 'l'bbRO Hoiutt ItioM 3C a Stallion About 16 Hands, 8 Years Old. Reg- istered, Volume 17. , Spring Suiting A HORSE'S OVjrrCAT My lu-Vo hav Ic called a hlankot. ovory mid u.ir:n-- i sjuifiaa rKiy for your uind fioir. im nrir..t n th hnn.,.t ' "" " cmnprlf lao heat ou tit niMiiktt from the fHiicy btinhel for use , wn ,,, ng ,)rll wb BflJ to the plain but servlinxtble u far tits Ualhea iau0 tr iiMit A stilt '"Bll, 1" H'Vi1 waumi.o :uxforntilo tho stable Kiery hind of itah!e uttnull ,00. Good, of course, and in price. Thoy hvo to be to conform ,oro than ready mnflo when QinPfy and fit is cousideretf. Cora,, In dnd to our liarnos standatri. let me take our measutv. lier acquRlntancoi who Uvos nw not. This wedding waa tho culmination Mr. D. R. Moore, fivp head of cattle to die reof a little romance that 13 too Ion.'; for on, had Tho symp recital hero bat not unllko Hiawatha cently or a strango disease. a constant torus of tho aTlraent wero ot Indian legend when ho went on a Blavertotf, pome visit to the land or tho Dalcotns, Dr. bawl, and an Intense of tho victima being inclined to bo r.lvois tarried Ions una yet longer at vicious, Tho Junction City veterinary tli (5 home of his lady love. frequently Connod those Dr. Helm, at a postmortem examina Dr. Rivers tion, found their bvaius to bo Bwiru t COIllll T.i.ifr4. nnvnaolna urltll whfrh Uu lights wore a mllo at each step und mudo muw n water and ucuuio t has completer tli beau jfectcd. Tho dls many, unit' rotu.n visits to after caualAg Mr. Mooro a r tdtl blue ,eJ loauty in the ....fain- stopped,M. 7nn .. -. oi MuuLTn. i va;i!-- ot tno uisiorw . "'"o vi Wlillm Carney left for Ashland, HI., cotnuiovM'ii oi Kentucky, going U Indiana. After a aumutiu.M Jepast th tuid'? (ico. Statem Is Mrs. Pat McGlrr not. returned irom Uocnod a "an (raveling isit "i'h hat son at Ashland. 111., and and glotc. to tunwli and the.t .!..u.ie.l a visit to her stato Chlciu-- anil othor placs oi in r. is delighted with that tor Mrs. Hozoklah Youug of ttUs place Ml ulong Lako Michigan. After a tew voxy 111 of dropsy, da; 6 tojo'i i. ihey wih bo at ho, c u Is Mrs. Mark Moore, who Is ono of the lu'lluutiji.illa af uielr ni.w.- friealr nt In thu Wost End, has ter which they wtl. go to OHnhcm.a.luat womon ill or a complication oi ity to llto vrhero Dr. Rivers will prac roon quit0 m. .. ... t fifilft lmiin ""'- - Tn "T trouuies. duo a ttco tho piorosston or his cholco. only'.nalk any Tor ft year. bhu Is much The woddtug was wltnesbed by Tho bettor at Uiis writing. a lew f.iends and rolaUvos. luald was MlbB Lucy Spoona-- i bUde iure, a cousin and consistent com- FRIENDSHIPS. anion uf th0 bride. The host man v as Dr J. U. Doere trt Louisville. TliU Never cast andc your friendi if liappy youuK coupl start wedded life by any pojilbiSy yoe can retain 1 vllh bot wlshos or a host or friends mem. we we wo wwhti w Mndthrifts if we let one drop off and admirers. - ALLEY GREGOR l8 one t i bofct trotting Stallions In Kentucky. Ho tins u lot of stylo and llnliu n".' tt I n great acting hornc. Don't war any bootn. Just ounce shnes. liv v tit to jnako a grea't sire. Ills oldest cota are coming two's and Bhow rk t peed nnd action. Any one wishing lo sto ono of them can do to r m, exiugtoii track where they are now In trajnlnir. This is a good rin.M ror tho people or Lincoln County to broed Into the best fainlltos of trotting blood. Look this horse's breed lug over and soe how mnny thtv hu in tho 11k both slro and dam. This great trotting Stallion win make nie reason ot Hill at my stablo in lin-cast'. i 'r,''' r;r ,, liTt4B. Kentucky, - nisable TJV.Vl Tuiior. $15 to I Insurer-Livin- Colt, Sound And AH Right. J C. McCLARY, Stanford, t '., n. u. --- am prepared to takfc circ ol uwrs on grass at 10 cents per day. l.ien retained on colts for yorvho !.- t Monoy duo when mare Is traded or parted with care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any iiufLtr, 'ma mcticai J.L.Beazley&Co UNDERTAKEN AND DEAL. MAT. ALSO ER IN Horse Shoeing, Carriage and Waaon Work risne strictly flrtt class.. Any casting broken, mended ns Qood as new. All work juswnteed. We solicit part of your patronage. J. H. GREER. Somerset 8t Stanford, Ky. TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS am now located on K(.urth alrtmt, with the boat equipped stable in Danville and will ba (.Mud to yon at any time. And will show the Iwllon 1 ? t occur. Phone. 95 IT l W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. FURNITURE, - " IK 'a : I , Allorton Ct'.'H Record a:0T Slro of 201; dams or 3tl, in Nanuy Itoyeo eluding i;W i. Lahmda (l) 3: Ox, (Ion. l'wrwt 2:08, etc. IVarl Mrtiiti;or jy Rim wo 1U; H(H! Uwirw Wilkes Giy, 2:22 biro or 83: damu or 201. dams or TJ. TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL 0 Lady liy Mnmbrino Star C8i, Croat brood mare. .Mnmbrino Hoy 814. Slro of IS: dams of 43. Nora Wllkos. Dy Wilkes D19. iii.atlt. WiUlM EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. STANFORD, : : Uiu at 2, KENTUCKY Li iim JlMoW't; dam of Trcmr J:i7 M. 3: iv n M, a-- Hud AJty ,.... It'.cord '.':1T Ktit ut U, ikimB of IBS MaUd U K'tbcrt MoOrrgor (.47 Hiro of l; dam or 1. IMancy Whitman untraced. Jwnny. liy Champion unnnela. 1t!im v.t w..uu VA THhn tewv. I .'Ml.. I HrnndAin oil, Chief 378. tfnm of 4: dam Hire f IS, MnJ.ir KUhiII 21G. NOTICE TO CREBITQRC. courteous troatuiont 8. D. F. LOGAN. and vrtitc iiaia 4 Mar tflld St Illble U printed in wore, Uum fifty languages at tho Bible Uouso' In heiv York city. fi Bible-Th- e through inaUenh'oo or let one puah away anolhet or if we hold aloof from one through petty jeilouiy or hccdlcsi tlignL . "ri MeUixgor HI :JB H. nrsr ,, krfUa'lrfa.aUm.'' Tho Hiirokn Portrait Co., a corpora-- , lion under the laws of tho stnto of Kentucky, doing bustnoia Id Stanford Ky., has boeu placed la the hands of a receiver. All persons having claims against It eJwuld Me them with me not later Uan Mny 1st. Mil. t C4.-4- itestnurnnt, bakery, soda fountain etc., living room abovo. A good stand nnd sidoudld builuostt. Tn0 plaeo Is woll funiUhqd and tho ' stock or grocorlos clgarg etc., aro now This is a good chance for somo ono to make good money. For further particulars sco U It. Htighes or W. h McUary, BtanXord, Ky. JVjr Hale. PERSONAL and SOCIAL M.a Hello Dmiii is at home arirr friend nn extended visit to Hnd Is apendlng ae ral Tliotnna ilnvs nt Crab Orchard for lit iienit'i T Htephonaon m at home after iSttinK n Ktvoxrtllo and Atlanta Imiiullman John A. Allen li mi tifdr a flfteon days' Hcro with pneu tnonln W F Perkins and I. I. Hnnd u iho merchant king of Crab Orcimru win horn slinking hands with innny friends on court day ! Mr land Mm. laaae Wnlklns 1'rnnklln county vlaltrd Mr nn'd Mi Matt Moaetihart, at Mlledgellle Mr 1' V lmg formerly of Wiiwi ' l'iir lint moved to near Mtnniord ah will inaKp Ida home with his sm Mr and Mrs. Unarm (trtffln, n t in Bomo bridal couple, were here mil In the week, the guests of Mr Hrll lns sister Mra K J Hrown ihoy had Jiint been married and mine Thi to epend iart of thdr honeymoon linnnv brldo bofnrr her marring was Mlsa llllda lllntt, dt Mt Vernon Mr St. Louis, In Urifflti la In Iwslnes where the) K to make their home after a short visit to the father ol tu ,.ru.m at Mare Is burn. ent up in on M M Phillips r don this week to ee hi slat-- i. Robot t Ilakor. who la quite 111 Mra I' It Kotnp, ol Attnlstim Aln and little turn. Char lea, were hor thla wiok of her brother. Iir T. W. Pennington and wife Mr. and Mra. J. C. Hollo, Mi aim It, (I. HronaMCli, Jr . tot. John 15 Rot V. K INses ''lie Koblnson, InaoM, Itedd. ol llolli .lames and (IihhII1 attetidod the lun Cup Urb Id show at the opra houae Hturd 1000 onca Appl) ccdnr posta for sale. to 0. T. Austin Ooou Mi Kin- jnrnfflFnrinirinwinwitfitfWfitfmwwtfr l)iilllle Scrofula disfigures and g causes misery. life-lon- ROYAL alAlmlSNgi BIAKE8 I 't. i In n'ni-i- l . Children become strong and lively when given small doses of a Afosttlssiofiy roiai Pure EASY - or atom rmm wtmm ladie roun diy Mnner, hand ban o 3' nl niflfc '.ii.iii lr. KHfton key to from M i. Baiiaiiniin oni tiome one borrowed my htttory of I'oreat's Calvary by Dr. Wyeth and for . t 'o retirn It. I will tlMnk inem to iio so () I. I'ejay. it .o, 1 i 3i 3" Scott's Emulsion every day. The starved body is fed; the swollen glands healed, and the tainted bjod vitalized. Good food, fresh air and Scott's Emulsion conquer scrofula and many other blood diseases. FOR SAUt 8eml 10c , 11V wi HOME BAKING aura let mi Main siieet, haw barn and all outbulldingi 'aiitlfnl liutl(11n: alte for realdence Kor t 8a k.- - LigM BSsciaii Delicloirjis Cake :" .1 HlaafBTtl Heal Katate T1P1& It ri-r- Ivdnilston of llolmee 'i l l their aceminia for trad Orchard, Ky, hae In and Kdmlatnn anil 'I hf Dainty Fasirles Fine FiicidMgs FlalQ'- CrasSs and the ood fs and wholesome Hian iJic made lound ai the shojn rjj fioyal Cock BoohUOO I7refir Sontf Pfoata ttntS Adcirntui acvaL prnmptlv I'l intv n'liins collection the sheriffs I'leaae remit nit iiovi'i; 27 2 AM, DRUGGISTS kinds for sale; pot ami all klmlr of bulbs. Cut .MiiHilotir .'( rente a doson. 1I Hub ird'a jtreetihoitai. oft Clit Off plko l,i. i rt all name of paprr ami Oil lit. (or ourlcautlful Rarlnga Hank ami ClilM'a Kkrlrh-IVn- L lUih tank cvnulm a Oowl I.iuk I'rnnjr SCOTT & DOWNE. 409 T.ul S., N. Y. ucr, Ir 1 more sassy, Gleasriy rtady- flxuiicvy., evj Ladies ran promise you a clean clear klu ami a. Loattfwl ,map4etli n l( you use SUMO MM XCMU SOU" arconMnc to ittrMttaM 7.HMO l akin boantlflor and a eatentMw prfwtMm for the 'raat-!- . dandruff cf ickim, piMplea, Mat tit dtieaiies o ftae akin and scalp H ronnUt rat, w deatlnatlons iho M'rt tio'thwo t nnt aouthivest . TltVeia on .ii em o- - r ,i. i Arm iMo imi i, "i i roiiTi't'on. ak rny rgem, So'ith .i "r t lto to A. U Cook ! 'li It, ,llnn mil I M Ovlll If- - J p t VrttimHV Inrt . J. C. BMa. Jr, A ! ii i e a ' i i -ii i ! A St Louis, Mo. "-'7 rKiNi iowocr 9 i CO., new - - Kor Sale. Four year old Jortoy row, .subject to register, Hto ml. It29-er K .1. Kmbry, Jr. 2 Orlrd, H( MtMO aattrtte tatfftt or bath Mnltt by In tCUP i Mmp you hmit need for mirM bet I'euny latber-lu- g iilaht. Aahliy M. Wurteii th 1.. Attn his mother and atoter Itowea 11. Van Arhdalo repfotent-In,- ! MORGAN PCTRY. the bis. Itelhnnp Hardware Co.. Pott) and Mian Nancy .Mo- Mas hero railing on the tradu tbls Alhort rgan it popular )ounu couide, of the wek. Dr. J. II. Owsloy line heen qalto III Ottenhclm Hoetlon, wore united. In war U LUIngaton his for scwiral das with a stomach at at rtBRo by Iter J Tliolr ninny tack nnd a llht hmrt affile tlofl. Ills nisht home Monday 'win, Hon. K. I'. Owsley, of CjMiMlHe Irlonds wish them much happiness. (la. Is here with Itlm. Ur. Owsley Stanfttra by 0 druggists oterywbara ami atieiit aeoral days at N.. elaim hlo If you last yon wart lln of tin, Myer'a pumpJ. gra. phHo, rooflmj, r'nta. cKareoal fitters f ana) a outran-';- ! antary tins Ixithroom fixtuier W, K WARNER, out-terln- ter yov NOW. We oarry the l"timr, 'et test a bathroom tl"ai un InHail wli one apolP. Stanford, Ky. detlahtful irly went oer fwnn future Mr. ,id Mrs II. T Nicely bave bo'ti hem to attend the Schumann calleit to WcbHMHul on account of th In hi Monday night recital at IMmlllc In the party woro .Minae Kthel HII (loath of Mr. WUtlaw I)yoe, Jr. Mr. Miirjcarol Hoppor. DTO( wajt a )iaboo;er engineer on tun. Annua A. It. It. He dropjted dead Clnudla Union. I.oim Palmer. Joav the L. on Juty " lne between 1 ItKKtas. Phlne Carpenter, Kllzaboth and 'Kate Aleorn. Mra. Arthur rtlrbmon4 and Bettyville. Illll, Visa Hertlia Jackaoa. Mewlame-- . SHORT LOCAL NEWS Vrltoberts and I. U carpenter. ll Mlsa Ueru lean fenny, Mr. Alfred lnce and Mlas Ktbel Koltro. Mr, Let me nsure your Muao aod barn Karl Coleman and Uo Sue Taylor before thi fMc R. M. Ntwland. HOC and Kaloman, Mr H. C. Carf-enoGoad jmatMre ior 15 Uwn cttwa at Mlaa lWtih Myall, who la tb 2tW. Mli UUte lavel. 'Apuly to M O. Vawfc.r tractna uneft if of BryaniHUIIe. I'rof. J. VV lroiauo.l Tbo chlWron ial tbo Misaton Ikwd nf Moeors Harry Kotnhart. Thomna (Vile- nan Mlaa Mar) llttwlna and Mle tko CbrkUUtt ebwreb will bavc aow Kiiaabeth Thatcher came iw fraia Waaler aaorciaea iMtMeM of tho rogu- 'lar juornms aarvkoo next lor the evenlnff. A th reported onv bettw Thuraoay Kaster srVicea will be coudiictod I'ux'on attended ih l'icsby at th,, MetlKHllst Mtl Ii Sunday inorn tr) at ItithiiMtml this weH Mlaa Ann Cotfey, of rului. u iia.. 'Inp 10. l.. and ac niKbt. The Kpwom la vtaiiln, her tlsUr Alra. J. A. Man- - Lomcim will hold an ooen seaamn .it thJs eHj". iitRK 7:0 to which the youna; ieiil?'i ao-A. (!. Hullit.an went, to Kraakfort to ofotiim of other cliurcHoa aru ii lte take a poattion with to Kraakforti Irlminf f'ompony, whlcfc has u ftrlk mod irowd aaw lan I lipid at cm aBionn U).' urlntars. the opora lionao last Saturday Right Clarence l"uras1. the f fli t AHil ntmot ooryoin) had a good maun biM uft Man, here calllnr iHURi, an,i n ploaaant giunltiRs en on the trn!- - liivirh'iav. Tho Rlrla wore pretty tcrtninnient .Mr It U Welta. one of thp beet and tho coatiunoti good, and the songs known clUzmw.or tfte Raat End. loft und stkiufar aboe tto .aveniT,. of Ibis v.eok for Huahiaoa, Nebraaka, jiom which uaually mnko towns o! In the j. Bjrc where hn will iiake hta .1 f! (.st or .4trared. Twu Vtxt't ur l'o lTiiiir fun id to GO porrds rrt lor retnrn to Nathan ib llowlaad. I --- N(o 2t-2- p 4 :3: a hUlig Foi Sale. Vacant corner lot lu a ;r,ril town containing about of an o sire splondld building alto for nnd business house. Price red-denc- a JMW. Stanford Uh1 Estate toe am now selling Uio latest nmgiv zlnes and newspapers. (Jho mi your subscriptions.' 1 con ave you money , G. I. N. Olllock, Ilustonv-llle1 ll-4e- & Wearen, 1 STANFORD, KY. 71 Hb I). M. wnlkor will preach the Christian rhnrcli at Hubble Sun day afturiiouii at hulf p.ist two o'clock, K. Be'vsre of 0'nt:i." at t!;ut 'Z r.ut 1 ut fa UL- l( t I v r. f A- ' 1 tieermi Alford, fonuorly a proml nont rusldcnt and buslncas man o MeKtniicy,. dtixl at llomo, Georgia where h,. had madu his home for i uumbor of yoara, lust week, and the remains wore lnounht hore and In tsrrod In tho liutfslo cemotoo, v. I I urloH at the Krnve by Ue J II .lonua, of thy liaptlst church, of wliii;-ileceaan- d i rtir iMU fry it r J l) JV lliUM 'Q"r Or "T SCHAFPNEM MARX CLOTH' 1 THE INDIAN EDDA. By Expression Pupils S. H. S. tf JJ If i HI egaakhgaak PURE BRED POULTRY. (4 wan h member. TO TRAVELRRS. I am th nseiit In tbls seitloi for tho Croat American Stoiiwth'i Kr raean point liae to ill In Sfco me, whou yim thlak il For Sale By Reliable Breeders Line Cards In this column "Hiawatha" Drama I Cai for Season ) Opera House FRIDAY, APRIL 14th. In an ii ' Four Acts. fe? Frment!nK V. LANDGRAP, Wayncsburg, Ky. inoaa anl atmnaeh mteary. rtoauch tablets m all atoroack a. L. t'onay The inaurance firm of Kim aid an and laaHtestwn Kanranteea tbvtti. .Footer bna dleoled, and Mr. Kino U'1 in tin- - future will havo his office in JoK UoIiHjh shot r. hmh- billod bird th Lincoln Count) National Itauk. in the country last wuok wulcb ex. t erta iifmouiied a hum. The fowla" Wanted, a good milk cow, mtiht bu wlH wa broken and Mr. BoWeH rrr w" mt" nj maiw vjrssfroab. Konaa Houf1e. SUnford, '! fit to Sam (Jentry. who u some! bins; of an ornithologist, but the bird nlod Htited. A aHloamon and collector S for Uneolu county who oan furnlbh NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. S. C. While Leglicrns DiamortH horse and Iiukkv, en MUary. Kinder :'p Hustmnllle Holler Mill Com Sowing Mnchlno Co.iinany, Incorporat- itraln year 'round layers of large, a i" n the law a of ed, Damillo. Ky I rf oratinn under 22 wlite egga $1A.per setting. Stanfoi-- J, Ky f-- W,f iut t KfiiyirWv iloliis huslnoaa la C. Alfo-- d th, lawn of HuMenUI'e Kentucky , u now ctjtnz up Its bu' Ih(s as a John Mlniclo, bimtsht of Mr. ShoeChoice White Wyandotto cockerels. rtann tUo. All aoraons having ctalm' maker 10 head of cahos for 4145.0(1. Cs $l.rlG for If Mrs J. K. Cash aamlnit It will pnent them for !. Stanford. 22-- 1 L T Veitna: See.&Troaa. ww.at The beat itiftffiulii0 In tho world Is THOROUGHBRED S. C, R. I REDS Kov. W. U. I'owoh. at Ivouievllle, th Saturday ICvoulnp; Podt. It has eggs for sale 51 for 15 Stcrotary of State Mtaaiona will more Rood, high cine short fiction Imported Cock at Head of Yard.. preach ;n tho liaptlst jaurch at th than any other magazine published D. M. WALKER, Stanford, 'Phono 130. o'clock liour and aRaln In the and la Issued once a week. All the Homo ladles Know what If von want bens tbat liv In winter. ovoHltMj. At throa o'cJouk ho will Journal Is; and It's the Ladioi twice now isnuod when cgn nro lili'li. Got tbp S. t dodloatory sorwoo of the a month. uioaeh tho Lot tho Interior Jouninl llnir nrnln(nna W. h'ema SI fnr IT. Knlrviow ohtiteh; Siiuuny acucot ai order either or both of these for you, P. Klncaid, Phono 193, Stanford. 2t. m y it reiKwui of Milncrlrv ( ii I'jlW: 11. Y. V. U. as 6. IS ' cun (a, you moiuy Hon It Indian Itunner duck egRa lor sale. ll.no for lu By at I, raontba old J. D. SUonborgons aolla, builds, re- ooka fuiuous )ierie'iial layers, -- lru. palra and ndjusts sonlos au rocK Dot '. M. Tatu. It. D. No. . Kutollllli torn prloa". Beo hui for prtcw be.o-jmi buy. Addioaa OjtU Orohnrd, Kv j S. C. Brown Leghorn eggs, SO cents rcr se'.t nji Mrs. J. M. Cre's, R. F. D. In roimwitiK (or .Ms I. J., from Ko. H, ttinfcrd. 'Phono 380 G. Lan- Copan, Oklahoma, A. U. Cofiey. Jr, ccrter, Ky. wrjtes' "rt can't o without om old home paper. It Is Just like Keiilnr BUFF ORPINGTONS. a lottar Horn home. Keuiurkv Is They Pay. They l.a The) Wely' Qv Eior $t for 't. riue old alato but 1 think Ok!".iioit o nBSKl W. DCK WIARfcN, LSa Stanford. Ky. i lias It Iwatod for a immm- man. Kent I lillUTONMfXCLOTHES so muoii ytHMper. TImt bavi bern i I'ni :ir, Ittumer ..ick etgJ irom a taood dwl or corn pkuitad alroady an .tr i i n? du )1 er uettlni; of 12 INTSC V1PY LATCST AND Harden truck la looklag ana. CTION ." 'or tft All order locelve prompt WE HAVE NOW KOR YOuH . OIJ lia Wolford It. F. O. RltenUon. "MOST STYLISH MENS' QUITS EVE 8lTWN ON THE GLOBE. STftlCT- "A Iioulo KoeiMY ahotild lonmnilisr, So. 1 Stanford LY PANIS DESIGNS. WE HAVE AN ' BHADR AND PnieK FHO.M $50 WEASfllHG SCCiAl. Molly, tbat a miDat seoa more In an IN Tborc will i a Htoaiiriu; so. id bour than a host can soo In u year, 10 $30, HAND TAILORED. ALL WO L, GUARANTEEDBUY. FIT AND TO CALL HERE DEFORE YOU Those Fighting Game Chickens. GIVE SATISFACTION. at i lie court ho- w. oi tko evwilim oi and some womun oan tall a good house THE GREY GRISTS. All iuvltml iow.'.ii tliji koeper by looking at tho mat at the tkc tut Howls In tho llwir front door before outwiug. All my Tho Prottleat li for $.0S World ages of tHiao an avent H- H&m eriod frlenda uro hlehly ploasod since tha)' ItotiosUmanta 7 JO to inJ't. S. J. EMBRY, JR. Aduilttanoo ilvo oants for oa-- h foot benan denllus at Coffoy and Coleman's Uurrcd Ply mouth Hook egae, S9c In heletot. no obarnes for oktra liiuhos HlrMh'8 beans and pork now on uule far 15. ltobort B. Carter, SUinford, Jtihon for tha benofit of iho Youna 10 and IS cents 34 2. Ky. It. P. I) No. 2 COFFEY AND OOLEMAN. Ladles Circle of tha Ckrhfli.u cuurou food ejaa, MJ-'m- ih dli-tro- cauaa aeav tpe ZmLm ffiny'1 ."immm iiutimyniiraranarer li ii ii a ll bib i ms s . CAST OF CHARACTERS: MiiwaUia ii row Makur Ultcho .Mnnlto . . r sle Coleman and Josephine Beaie" James Tribbio V Matey Urlnu i fMmj?A La t ia.oo ''.wt . .v... X ) a0 Morrw Jaclta i Igo Ptrry . Ui'blnbos Nol.omlb ' Indian Watriora nnd Maidens J .Marlon Grimtt Grunt i it.achaha ACT 1 Smoking the Ienco Pipe. ACT II Scene 1. Hiawatha's Youth. Scene 2 Hiawatha's Wooing. ACT III Tho Wedding Foast. ACT IV Tho' Famine. Sceno 1. Death of Minnehaha. Mangarot, Shai.k fr , -- . Hiawatha's Farewell to Minnehabrt. Scene J Hiawatha Bids Karon nil to his People. Scene 4. Transformation rtoue. Tabloau. Scene oln Mi 111 fni Pure Crescent S. C. White Leghorn'!, Imported stock Buff Orpington eggs cents for 15. Baby chicks $2 per Eggs for setting. Miss Lizzie Davison, Phone 15. Mrs. W. J. Holtxclaw, Stan-fordozen. Ky, Route No. 1 'Phone 533 Pure bred Black Mlnorcas Eggs SI per sltlng Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford S. A.HILL Tlrceder of finest strain 75 ", 2 e 01$ Huff Orpingtons.. II and $2 nor 15 Slock und oegs fop sole In season. It F. D. No. 3 Lancaster Ky. Black Minorca 51 for 1C Pat m llango Slhcr Lacod Wyandottcb Fjtio strain S C White Leghorns 60 conte for 15. Satisfactory hatch Heavy laylnc strain. Kga ?1 for 16. guaranteed. Mrs. J. B. MelCeo, Kitifi'a Mountain, Miss Anno H. Trlbbie,. Danvjc jry Ky. Single Comb Rhode Island Reds EGGS ROR HATCHING. &P Harrcd Pi) mouth gga for aalo, $1 Indian Kunnor Duck oggs St for fluff Oipington ogtw it is for 15. Also Indian Kunnor duck eggs Salmon tl lor 13. Mrs. Ander-o- Nunnalluy, KnallshMRS. S. J. Favernlai J5 for EMBRy, JR. n PURE BRED POULTRY 1? 15 McCluo Itouto, More'nnd. Ky. - Ioll, - Sam Robinson Star ford, Ky. Indian Runner Duck Eggs. $1 for setting of 12. THE Indian Runner Is known as the Leghorn of the duck family, fer eggs, Mr. D. E. Proetor, Phone 103. For Sale ISarrod Plymouth Roek egg For or tho llneet Uraadlag Our cAlckasta are large, big I'Onad, und woll b.irrail. ltgga 1' for U, 1"U for Sb. Mra. S. K. Duddorar. U. R. No. 2 Lunoaatw Ky. taatctilHK 1 BUFF ORPINGTON Eggs For Sale 15 for SI C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D, No Phone 1431 1.2. Stanford, Ky. 2. b. QL Crescent strain whtta ' ee born (lags 75 conte a sotting during April Uoual prloo J 1.50. Also foi aalo a pen of Diamond s train Walte 1.0? horna, headed by Imported eock Mm Llsilo Davison, i Phono 15 Stanford, KI. "TS ft L.R. HUGHES, T. W. HUMBLE, W. O. MARTIN, fl i I 2A WE ARE FORDS, i T aflJ MA mh Iuiii THE FARMBRS Sheep Dip nn tninraatlonal Food for Mile I'enro lire. Fine Slnck 27 3 I ( nee lsdtvldii.il I .2 )ews frcd NonAllmnti For Bale. 160 kale mlxod hay, Mrsi aBB,.. S3-JJ. Murnelt, IIMSlOIlUllP, Ky. When you suffer from any form of rosTtti). Father Leo. v b. Kim? indigestion tt is always well to take Snrnh K. Martin, J T. Miirtln, something for tlie lirer, as usually the Wood farm for private sole. Terms trouble lies there. If you are bilious, easy. 3oo Urs. Hobeccn R. Crpcntor have a bloaty feeling after eating if j ni,8tonyle. you belch, if your skin is yellowish Z4-21 RmMdyFrN For Sale Out- - reawd Ohlia boar Kiflj .'rVSsSal The expression occur to menv time In letters from And there Ick women, " I wi completely discouraged." Years of Is always Hood reason lor the Oiteeurefement. pein and .u(Ter!nj(. Doctor alter doctor tried In vain. Ustlng food. It Is nn wonder that Medicine doing no the woman fecta dlicouragrd. Tliouiands of (licne weak and tick women have found health end cuurao regained as the result of the use of discouraged By mail U a vtry iwn- - BANKING ple MMtttor. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It cttatilishea regularity, lieala Inflammation and ulceration, and curet weakness, JT MTtlCCS H'CIA' WOMKX STHONd 71SD HICK YtONCN WCLL. Refuse auhotltutrs offered Sy untcrnputoua dni(Ult for this reliable remedy. are Invited to consult by letter, frti. All eorrtspondenco and sacredly confidential. Write without fear and without Dispensary, It. V. Pierce, M. D., Pret't, Iluffalo, N. Y. Plcdiant Pellets regulate and Invigorate itomscli, liver and tiny granule, easy to take as candy. To opam an account, end your nitme aad addroM with your first daptMit. I Oxfords RECEIVING OX- ymL3i jw' LaVZLLEC' OUR LINE OF SPRING WE ARE HAND RM in & I r mWT I I I I LING THE FAMOUS MAY MANTON LINE THIS Anything you want in Patents, Vicis, Kids, etc in the latest styles. We invite your inspection. P HUGHES, MARTIN CO., Dry Goods, Notions. Shoes L STANFORD. KENTUCKY GO TO W. H. HIGG-IN- J S For Tour Disc Harrows, Smoothing Harrows, Corn Planters Riding Cultivators, Walking Cultivators And you will find the best line on the market i, liver trouble. I Kor tfalo.-S- eed torn, Gold Standard up ii? TPJtr to '! ,i?.Totlj!.nr Juices mo that they will aid In the dl- - lyollow Improved lloonc county corn, 5Stt,??,.of.hi0.ur tS2dm A V.r3L50Od rm" '?- - Por bimhi'l. John Cook. ..., -UIIV 7.U11 111 (J mftlrlM lS IhASA whA hawa lii4 I la Halter Smith bought a yellow four- Dr. Caldwell's Syrup repiln. which you rar-olhorse from S. K. Italian, of cents or one dollar a bottle. Dut If you 'Williamsburg, for 1300. Ho nlso sold Harness horso i E ZS&S.iT?i address to Dr. Caldwell and he wilt thanks & Dowdy, of On., for t"6. promptly send you a free sample bot- Dr. J, A. Harmon sold n combined mnro to same iirm ror Thousands of people first learned ot this remarkable cure for stomach, liver ?300. and bowel troubles through a. free tm-pi.Messrs. O. 11. O. W. Feel, of Jossa- Mrs. Frank Lilly of Plalnvlew. III.. sent for one and It cured her and she 'mlno attended court here Monday Inst .a v,rcu nt biii nidi sua win never s take pills or strong; cathartics again. Titer bought flo cows, 15 short njmp nci so mildly. Air, and n lot of heifers. W. I Bryant, the Postmaster a, Rnrrlli Tenn., says he will never be without It ! Tho enterprising firm of Cress & again, no sick person can afford to Jones bought or J. It. Pcttus sotno 200 Ifrnore a remedy so highly endorsed as this. It Is good for nil the family from pound boEd nt 3 cents: bought of M. Infancy to old age. because It Is mild, free from griping and yet promptly ef- F. Lawrence n bunch of fective. Furthermore, results are ab- hogs nt fi cents; from John 11. Andersolutely guaranteed or money will bo refunded. son pound hogs nt 6 cents. Dr. Caldwell does not feet that tho .Mr. J. M. (looch, of Uoslicn, hns purchaso of his remedy ends his obll- ration. He hns specialised In stomach. an mnro which now f Iver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to give the linn her eighth mule by her side. reader anr advice on tho auhlert tree, of charge. All are welcome to write Stockmen say this is n remarkable mm. Whether ror the medical advice good record. or me tree sampio address him Dr. 51. Davis sold som5 corn to Ster W. II. Caldwell, 4M Caldwell building;, llontlcello. 111. Hns Dnvla nt $3. M. K. Lawrence thorough' b a bred Duroc Jersey bought n 10 pigs ot sow and J. M. Cress for $.!i". He njso bought n pnlp of same breed of bogs of Col. ft. K. Uronaugh nt a fancy price. Morton tiros., of Wayncsburs t bought 28 head of mixed cattle at from 11 t6 J2S They sold n hunch at 1C to JItr. you may be sure it 11 d ,,., ,.... U&3& ni &,"' " Sick women strictly private lee to World's Dr. Pierce's bowel.. Suiter-coate- u The money may he sent by registeted mail postoffioe money order, draft or check. As soon as deposit is recaived, the bonk will snd you a pass book in which will be writ, ten your name and the amount of your deposit. e. " year-Hup- Open an account day with the to- HONOR ROLLBANK Corns? Next lo Court !otJse a 0 Stanford, Ky. cletcn-yenr-ol- We Want 'n 1 Produce ISiSrll'l AWT) J AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRfcSSED POULT nv, ECOS. HIDES, LIME, ICE, COAL, FURS, WOOL, 8ALT, ( j Mrs. V. M Campbell, of Mnywood, sold from 43 hens, since Jan. 1st, eggs amounting to J2S.t5, besides nn nmpl. j GINSENG, FEATHERS ETC. i GALL W. H. Higgins. Looking For An Spring Suit ? Carried In Stock By Up-To-Da- te And almost everyone has that orgetion to rig up in new togs, we have an- I MD iticipated this feeling and Easter Sunday !1 1; a lot of hogs or 'will be welcomed gladly by men who buy SEE I Mat Sandldgc, boughtHanson, and Ira' D. T. Mo,er at cent, and tbc their fumiShlllgS Of US, aS VOU Call al J It. J. McAllstcr sold lales ol d 3-- 4 supply for hatching. Sweeney Morgan bought 30 head or I'ICO-pounhogs from h'lljah King at cents. 15 U. K. Cain bought 19 head of cattld 1 nt about 117 J. C. Hayes sold a bunch1 ' cf cattle at 5 cents to I George Lyklns of Madison, sold a year-olcombined horso to C . Cross, of Tennessee, for J2U0. T. J. Bell bought of tho Ilussen heirs I 3C acres of land for $600 and !ll lm- 1 d d SPRUCE UP . TME IS HERE inclina- - " T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153 V. G ri-- e. The M System Clothes L. L. The most complete line of high grade Buggies that has ever been shown in Stanford. We have the latest styles and best brands the market affords. 'I. Kennedy sold two sows and shoatsirr't to Ilallard & Thompson at C 12 cents 1 . xj. annua uougni nogii of J m. craig at .; cents aiso neon, piia calf of hugenc Urown, of IJe, our Scl(ysiindbecommg suit at tile shop thlllgS he .100 WE MAKE LOANS On approved security lieW, nODDy ii IOf e yOUng whenever warrant it. conditions Prefer- men ancj the more conservative pat- ? SANDERS will fill the bill. NE Stylish Fitting Garments Latest Patterns, Well Tailored. L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, m i IJ?ini! Dmighman ,0i a ,ir o. i,i lie I mares to nan Traylor for $170 sold a pair to Win. Wilcher for SUM nnd nnother pair to A W. Cprpcnto- I for f42.) Tol Tlmberlako boucht on- for S21."i. All of these mares win mako mighty line njule producers. terns for their daddies, rhive you seen those fresh ones visit right now. If not, let us ask CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. ence, of course, being given to our regular depositors. W. E. Perkins, - fn The East End Crab Orchard. April f. When in Cmb Orchard ou will a niesant visit II von call uon l:ae clever I. T. Chadwlrk and family We Justreceived a complete new line for Spring, of above j RIGHT PRICES U make. We invite your inspection. Ky are The J. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. - - - $50,000 SURPLUS EARNED $25,000 CAPITAL Organized in 1882. Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. This gentleman Is a wide avabn citizen and very properly appreciate tnt- ood work being done bv the Crab H (Jrnded School. ills little as daughter .Miss Melsadle, has uelthor corYoung men t.oen ahsent nor tardy in th last three school terms. She Is In tbe dially invited to call seventh Krnde nnd gettlnK along nlcelv in all her studies, but Is 'ospeclnHv inspect our line blight In mathematics. All her school buying, we can BE report? nre exceptionally line. As soon as school Is out .Mr. Chndwlck, nnd daughter will go to H please you in price and Hi wirevisit their son and brother,Detroit to John lllaci. horho 15 2 hands high toaled U Chad wick, style. .Mr . 11. Uastln Is having a nice lu I'Jufi good bono and size, the kind m new seven room cottage built about a Kind Burns good, Makes no clinkers,. to breed to ror mules mares and work mile out on tho Stanford pike. M D Anderson Is Colng the work. J. Give you 72 and very Little Ashes. hoi SOB. "Auit ene" Whitley, tho widow of B Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen ami ix by lou'tiors0 Still G2Ttil lm. ilill Whitley, colored died yesterday, tigetl 72 after ,i short lllnoss of gen- - ported Fiencn stallion out of good Ounces to the Pound. 55 cral debllltv. Horn In slavery nnd belonged to the Poloy Family , Deceased native mure. Will manu the scasou of 111 at m Q was a fine cooK nnd nurse her servl IB , lk bolne constantly In demntul Hhoiplaco lu Ottcnhelm. 1C) at ?lQ.tttf to STANFORD, M " was well liked by all, both write nnd living colt. KENTUCKY. VI colored and now that she Is gono will Insure a ADOLPH MERTEL, m e minted badly. Was n member of Uttuulioliii, Ky KENTUCKY. tbo Ibtiitlut church. Was burled hv STANFORD, Iho U. 11. K., after funeral by Itov. - --mtm xh A. (! faultier, colored. 'lied her mother Mrs T S. Mlncvn Word hero Into Tbiirsiltty Ifchlp. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION! "I evening Irom Ueo l.lck stated that a Yho storm Inst bit down daughter of Mr. and 11. I'. (ChappeU'B mill sited and badly lltting utiab'o to give proper atten- - .urn. i ii'ii ry .iiaxweit nun ueen instant- - uauiugeti ins nttw ni(. Huv. J. A llodbey will proxcli the linn tn . ilcmv l...rl.lnpi I lini unl.l ly kllltd by n stack of lumber blowing ,iown. IJ.e father of the child lint! third Sundnv ut tho Sunpois sclioo: ,; . " "" " huiciou tne iiimner r.p inni morninr mouse. STANFORD, KENTUCKY llryant a registered phur- - to dry, nnd tho children wero plnylng, .Mrs. Martha Irvine nnd children, or Co., to J. known to auntord peo- - tmder It when th0 wlntl toppled Itlllagnn Ku., are Usltlng Alalun Irvine mucl8t. wi-lPl" HIlU Wife. 'lno 1,ttl0 boV ClUrk'ft IllltnkeUSllIp IS MS- pio. no anu i. W . vr,iip mj fnnilnr ma dnKorougly, Ttl0 Wn' '"JurCll btlt ulllg fi K cummins cnlI(1 wns ,)u. nt unii. partner will contlnuo the business at0,j nt itotliol chitrrh Only two wcokn, llryant Ilrown soia two heifers to tho samu old btand. 1 hanking tho pco ngo th .Maxwells lost nnotUr child hv Uievn Adams nt -- 0 eueii. hey nave tho sympuihy pic ror tholr liberal patronago nnd ask imoumonin. ot Disraeli's Cowardice. ins them to contlnuo same with the . Knonke8 am, ,,ohn Mrs. Disraeli onco said to an astonnou rirm where thoy will always ro.M0(S nt busy grading the road In ished clrclo In an English country colvo courteous and careful attention. I rout of their fnrms. Thoy nre u,nk house: "Dizzy has tho most wonder-fu- l Thoy do not "I ItJ"" I request an early settlement of all " moral and political courage, but ho any wl" duo the. old nrm. and ,;et (h(Jmmy tor tm'lr work' ln)t that bus no physical courage. ,mvo gatUracUon or knowing I always booka round nt the ilrug store. W. u..Ufl Iiavo to pull tho string of his shower ,e vo , ,hMo parll( 28-O'llanuon. Slr8. 1(lro tlreen of Highland vis- - bath." Msit. made ,t thort nn-- l Md rt pleasant '"" Or'-ba- irffittnTcTa and before lnl.o ymir mniiin inodeni lor your liwnilv w n ice, .Mil. FAU.MKU: to get tlie Intent market iiiotutiom nee, .ui'l tin(v wuir-d- lf in a liy ii)L':ii.nm( iiiii tcleplyio Mrvice it any Ulna. l'hi can be u(cniiili-lic(- l rtliifli yiiu uiii I nur uei'lilt'TA can gvt for u sum that is miiuII c)iliurcl with tiiMreon our ncateit oflicu or wrilu direct to briiufliit '"T,"'. "".A Call ""? nsliviUe, Kuti., lor intoriiiatioii reKanliug our fncial "rur '"er' Lille" rate. If you are nut at prcM'tit enjoying telephone cervicc, w Our lines cover tho State of Kenttick. can immediately interest you nnd tl o Southern portion of I ml mint nnd 'eiiiies.ee, Mississippi, Ix)Ui-mn- u EAST TENNESSEE TEL. it '1131.. CO. Illinois. (ISrOHh)HTM)1 t. - ierHOA6 cil. UrifP Rank sut-v-, UU1IU & .. ,l"e. ":''"" Trust (o. sTANfosD. 1 Si Di, Jr. 1 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS DR. T. W. PENNLNGTON UllllS DUIU I ran. I k BfBsajBsBsBasBsiiiBsis.k that We lllll a PENCE BROS. H.HS.IB.IH.S. - DentiU M ur.d 1 ottico Myors House Hr'i Hours KU0-1- A o 4 .in I'M K Sun turd & N. M Nil H. Baughman & Go . ull. II il A milo No, II, trth. Inn a. Nn. ?t, Vnrlli All l So, K, lll, A. H. 'll-- TlMETABLb ,t v M. DR. W. N. CRAIO, Ocullkt and nntlrl.K, oTnco oer II J. MclloberU' Storo. Stenford, Ky. PRESSED" STAMDINC SEAM GALVANIZED ROOFING. Large Quantities carried in Stock EADS- - TIN SHOP, Stanford. 'Phone 114. Mil. 11, HOP. M. JOS. Nov rt. a. o. threo-yertrol- d vk Oopot Stioot,, Llvurw ca mcti, Aont. Tt:f-t- , niture paeking. Slapford..Ky. WILL ADAMS Livery; all kinds of hauling, Fur- Phone 173 MACCABEES A. U. Sine. Phono 00, ''"'"""""- - KTANFOUD. KENTUCKY. State Commander Stanotrd. ICy., STANFORD TENT NO. 7. : Monday : Nignt Meets Deputy . ! FRUIT AND SHADE TREE- SEverythlng for Orchard Lawn and Garden. Wrlto tor Free Catalogue, fso. AgeiO $?n '" i H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. , Lexington, Kentucky, Baking a Souffle. A soulllo should never bo put into a very hot oven. It crusts over on top boforo it has tlruo to boko properly Inside, nnd It Is likely to full us soon us It comes from tho oven. Huko It In a moderate teinporuturo nnd do uot bak It too fast. MASONS' MEETING. Lincoln Ull.e No. & K. A A. M. wllllut In stutinl I'oniinuiiU'iitinii nn nicU tlrst mid third Mouiluy nlwlit''rinii ninntli.iit 7:: o'cIm-l, In itiulr hall on iniiln itricut, Ky. MKiiilirrsulsl.trr liHlgvsnra to lu, pri'MMil T W Can. nluutuii Kc. Hluii-tori- - W. W. r'..T". nrrNTISr Office at Ue',- CAAa ortcKAnn. JOHN COOK i- dentist. Veterinary 8ptlaJM dsaafc. 8urgson on ail horse and aalmal rUaatead, Ky. Phono 194 and