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NO. 81 STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911 EVERY TUESMVi AHB, FRIBAY. $35,000 DAMAGES ASKED BY BASTIN FOR DESTRUCTION PHONE OF HIS TELE- HUSTONVILLE There will bo nn ordnmltiK or tho nowly elected officers at tho Chris-tlan GEORGIA CHURCH WANTS REV. WALKER FIRST DEFEAT IN THREE YEARS FOR STANEORD (decision being mlghtly close at tho pound pis to 1,600 pound stoor. Plato for Colemnn rnado a rino throw Our morchants claim to bo having . NEW COMPANY TAKES OVER BI6 HOLDINGS KOREINQ LAND & MINING COM PANY ORGANIEZED HERE THI3 WEEK A now 100,000 company has Just been organized and has taken over moat of Uio valuable timber und mineral lands of tho Cuitrocrland valley Ijind Company in Marian county. The now company acquit ed a total ot SSS.' dmstalon.. LINE NEAR HUDDLE LAST YEAR A sensational I'JG.UOO dnmngo null wns (lied In tho Circuit Court lioro ItiU week by attorneys (or tlio Telephone) Company, or Has-tin Fho chargo th,, East Teniicssoo Company, the Cumberland Tclo liliono Company and subsidiary com panto with havtoK cut down about n s uillo and ;i hair or tho llnslln n year nso. lino near Hubl.o Klnco then Indictments bnvo been county Brand Jury brought i Uoylo nursing certain )oiiiik men r i performed the with .laving tu Instance or thu East ctittltiK nt 'tcnnessec, a cumpetlnK rompnny. Tlio suit In slylml tho llastln Telephone Company against tlio Cumber I ,ui a Telephone and IVIcgraph Com, pany Haiti Tennessee Trlopbono Telephone Company t'uttlhern Telegraph Association, W. N. C .Moore, Iceland Hume, Jame ox and J. IT. llakcr. Tho petition avers that tlio drlendnnt.il Cox nnd lluiilo emor tlio firm named corporation tio) dclendants "procured and hired the . . 0, Moore, Ernest ib Herbert Carr Roland Chase, nnd Rudolph Shltrtet to come from to Kentucky nnd with TenneHteo Tclo-phono Com-pnny'u Com-HinyInrti-,duWal-llner- church next Sunday morning. LOCAL CHRISTIAN RE- PA8TOR Bom0 spotial vocal and inatninictv OEIVES FLAI ruKirtu uhwl tal music will also bo rendered. TO SOUTH returned from Miss Alllo Hlagg has Jlov. D. M. Walker pnator of tho whoro lic tins been treatCincinnati, ed by a Kpeilaltat ror racial trouble. Christian church, has ro"hed. a leiy Train dispatching between Danville flattering call to tho pastorate of tho and Onkdale, beginning this woek la Ji'irnt Christian church of Valdostn, being dono by telephone. llio Albany Georgia tin so bnll team Qti. llo will lcavo early noxt week with Milton McConnnck pitching tho Jacksonville, Kin., champ-Ion- s to look over tho field hero ilh a of thu bouth at JackHonvlllo last view ot ucccptlng Uio call. valdosta week by u scoro of 8 to fi. Is a city or about 10,000 population Mr. und Mrs. Charles Wheeler or tho over to Danvvlllo Monday while lu ono ot the richest sections Corncrackcr state, and tho field U ami who and rrlends McKeo lllfro to Lexington returning homo ror nald to be a very nttracllvo ono in adten, nftcr n day' shopping In dition to the larger salary which a of tho blim grass. mora extended field offers. Rov V. II V. Jones, or Ashtnbubi, Whilo .Mr. Walker's mail) rrlends ., who has been pastor of tho Hap-tin- t t church here lor sevorut years hero would regret exceedingly t'J lose past bns ruslKneil Hn has returneil him, many have felt ror somo time. homo to care for his father who is itial his splendid oratorical abilities rerloiiHly III. IN? made many friend who regn-- t his tln.it decision nnd nggrciislio work In the Cnimo hero to glvo up hi pastoral work at this might at nny tlmo be ro'.uihlMciifd plaro. by a congregation which tould otter Whisky 1 nm told Is boing Mild In til in mure than the local church can this place on tlio sly nuil this hu has been Rolng on for yours. The par- oriord. Mr. Walker however has not ties aro now Mottcd and evidenco Is Hiado up his mind whether to accent accumulating, nnd Just such a. slink-In- the call or not and will not do so unuii as will come to them nt the til ho has thoroughly looked ovor ino noxt coin t, will do them ror nil time to coii'o. Violators of the law never Hold. prosper tor any length or time, so rl nu-to- d d g Montlcello hint wook where they trull itl bomo miles Irom tho robbed store and round tho parly with the good on hint. Tno blood bounds wore called In I i, J The timber on about two thousand purpose and doslEti ot acres or land has been pledged to bo tlio uiallcloUB brought hero ror shipment to Cincin inierlcrlng with plaintiffs, business nati provided we get fc trolly line and It soivlco to the public, wrongful from hero to Moroland. The right of r and unlawfully b way will bo worked on In the ly, maliciously rmuro nnd n Block company organisthemselves, their agents und emed. ploy cut in many place and destroy1'huro wus u big crowd In town ed In tho night time, on tho night ot Saturday und about 75 cattle on the Ciu 20th of April, and the earl) morn- market. Tho numcroun rrlends hero or Mrs. ing or tho 21st ot April IM10 about or icxington will bo Ruth Grc-couo and a half mllea ot telophono pained to learn ot her tailing nnd Hues nnd wires belonging to tho plnln-til- t (picturing her arm. The lino up ot tho llustonvlllc ball und located In I.lno:n county, high Kentucky Iborob) ilosltoying plain-tir- team that defeated Danville bdiool Inai Saturday 20 to 0 U an folh psornTty and destroying Us lows lz: '.'ml base. to se. e the piibllc nnd to trnn ' Dunn 1ft base, llont-oMict business, and ' nosing tno plain-til- t Hicks :;rd base, Itllfi! loll Held, Compton center, lUruett right, Weddle expense In UTlic, put to county nnd to short stop. Wheat catcher, James lino In mU I ln.ll pitcher. sho pitched u shut out loso the prollls of u business und game wltb only ouo hit nnd struck tltureby interfering with uml destroy- 'out IS or Danville's best batters. Dan- IIIo'b bat lory, Webb kind Mannannl. ing Itjfc property and orvlco to It 'Woddlo made uno tluec base hit and - and injur) IH the bum of ?i,- daiiuone home run. Work on a concrete sidowalk in e Hie liasttii R Tho attorw fiont or thu Christian church is bliig fwptipy ute H. II. roinllliaon. ilono and will Ip completed this week hlnderauce. :t no untorvtu-iioi iJincastor and Robert Harding and Thu Christian church hero .is prei:mnirtt Pur) oar, or Danville. paring to welromo u laigo delegation .it Uio Tenth District Convention May Itli and Stti. Dlegntos aro aslod to '"$15,000 Damages Asked send their names to Judge Win. Tho ladles 'Will iero free luncheon for all In tlio opera house Mil) MORE SUITS DEINQ FILED IN' LIN4th and Cth. COLN CIRCUIT COURT. l'rof. H. L. Calhoun it lllblo Col- .lego will preach and ordain ono Kl- dor and rno deacoiM Sunday April Another big damage sun wan llhl 'l'3id. Hror. Calhoun is ono of the nnd finest preachers in thu circuit court here ihli weak 'rinest men 'among the disciples. Do not fall to . 'loodo a when attorneys for W. 'hoar htm both morning and night. trakomau on the Cincinnati Southern j An bargain In a Hue inllroad brought suit sigambl that com 'l'IMJ ncru lurm with new nnd upto dato pony for $16,000 ror Injuries uileged Improvements Is orrerod ut $7,500 pos- to hao been bUBtalned by (loodc, (with terms to ault purchaser and SS session in 10 days. Address llox uhllo acting as brakeman for tho lluktouvlllo. Ky. . eompany-a- t Its yard at Miss Annie Dunn aud Mr. Kugcno ' Dunn Iravev returned from a most It Is alleged that Uoodu was visit to Mrs. oan. Traylor of In tiiKiialluB In tho yards when Stanford. an eiiBlue backed down upon him, Miss Catherine Thompson n brilbadly prushlns hla leet, heels, ana liant pianist and Mrs. John Hnrrlson legs. Ills attorneys are Harding and nn eminent reador nnd elocution teach er, botli ot Uourbon college, of I'arls, I'urycar, oi Danville. at the will glvo an entertainment Attorney J. N. Saunaers filed suit Christian church of HuRtonvlllo on lor 'Or.' Mar)' Haurftunan, a well tnooionlngor Weiinesday April SOth. woman, for JH'O Adtiiilrlon L'5 cents (Tor adults, 1" colored knotwi A proRoyal llenorit 3o:Ioty, iho cents for children under -. ntainbt tho go which, it Is portional part or tho proceeds to being Inauratu-amount to tho Christian church. allfBil was carried by her nusba.id Miss Catherine Thompson Is tho dece(ibe: . nnd daughter or l'rof. M. O. Thompson Itaiifljlimiin, 1'rauk which, It Is claimed, tuo itorondnnt who was principal or tlio college hcio covcrnl years iigo, and hns dovoted iompau ban bo far failed '.o pay very extensively to inubie. liorself Bnr lor dlrco on grouuds or Mrs. Harrison tho elocutionist one cruel" was Rled by Attornuyi K. B. ot tho faculty or Uourbon College tor iVIIIIaius cxt year, bo of com so is an artist Alcorn or tills city ana C. lu hor work, All who deslro a genML N'ornon on behalf or Minnie f uine treat lu the way or music and H lilanton against J. 1). illanton, both elocution should attend this 'concert on tho JCtli of April. of tho ICi.st ttid. tu-aI e - innd struck out tho next two men re-HIOH SCHOOL ROYS RATTLED AT tiring tho side, but tho gamo was lover right then RICHMOND AND LOSE TO Found Dead In Bed To inako it safe our boys present NORMALS DY 5 TO 2 ed them with two more In the sov' enth. after holding them easily i It wns coming to tnem and lhev nn- throughout the fifth and sixth. With WILL CARTER OF MORELAND , ally cot it. ...After over two years ofinn out. rcmiirv tmauui h.,i-. v " ".,:: '. .i.- - ." PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY. L.i. rtrst, and ho burglarised second, coniinuoua victory on mo imso uau diamond, tho Stnnrord High School iCombs passed ono to Joo Hill,, who nlno met defeat Tuesday nt the hands' let R go through hla hands to tho Morclnnd, April UOth ot the Eastern Normal School of Rich. ground. Sharon nlaved off nf nn. Last Wednesday morning about R by tho scoro or 5 to 2. And'ond nnH ii mbnd n ihm ...t,,. iiv at thnt. with level headed ba ball, shot tho ball a foot or nn nut nt m, o'clock Mr. Will Carter waa found they outhlt reach of Dozler. Tho sphero rolled they would hao won, for . i CL Mr Carter was their opponents, nnd If they had put on to center field and Sharon nnd up that tort or game on tno green Comb came In home. Kmbry struck down town on Tuesday ana seemed to which distinguishes their work at put the next two hatters, nrter tho to ,n hia UBUaI hoaltb' Ho ,a 8ur7,v- rtome, they would have won easily. damage was done. wcro unable to bo1o Tno Normals looked Ilko there was going to ed by two sisters and two brothers. It tho delivery of Wesley Kmbry with Car nny dejrrcc of satisfaction, but Embry tor our lads; hcn sicCurty led off ono bcinB Ch,er ot X'0,lc "' sacmed to lose nil control of tho ball with a long riy mldwny to center nnd tcr of Stanford. Sir Carter was about at some stages, and throw It about right, which both rielders started nnd collided, letting tnc ball go hH years ot ago and had never mar the lot as ir h" did not know whit to do wl'h It. The couple or bad muffed to tho ground while McCarty skim- ried. Coroner Ocorge I'. Urlght, of flys bv Colemnn nnd Hill helped the med to second. Lutes tightened up Normals on with their run getting, nnd however, nnd Coleman Row out to Stanford game up and made an extho enso with which thev pilfered lett, Slngloton to center nnd Penny amination and a jury decided that Mr bnst-M- , on Kmbrv nnd Pennv rount-e- to second nnd Hill died on tho o Carter camo to his death from heart bKg. very Htrongly In their favor In tho ninth, the Stanford lads got'ttoublo, Altoccthcr It secmeil n If tho In Mr. Carter was ono of tho lnd wero slightly rallied n lima nervine, one noi quito a largo cal throughout tho entire ronte3L Tho enough ao3r. Alter Dozlcr popped best known residents of tbo West presence of about a hundred beaut! to sion .Mccaity drove a BiZ7ier L.nd and had a groat many friends. or the v"ormnl, through second, and Coleman followful girls loyally rooting for their homo team, ed witth a clean drive past llrst. send Ho was burled at Mustonvlllo Thurs- may have had something to do with ing Hill to second. Singleton flew jay it. A big crowd out to see tho out to thin!, but Penny followed I game, nnd the students kef up n witn a corking single to right which hot tire cr talk to the Stanford hoys drove McCarty home and sent ColeCrab Orchard April 21 which seemed to have "gotten their mnn to third. Hill tried hard, but gonL" It wns not until tho lat- tho best he could do was a roller to Another homo talent play soon. ter part ot the gamo thnt they seem- Lults and tho game was over. The joung people of tbo Baptist ed to pet their nerve. A fl"rcc hatting rally In the ninth Inning fell church aro preparing a play Hrother THE SCORE: Just n trlflo Hhort of getting tho Norvnal School AQ R H PO A Josiati to be given on tho 27 Inst, goods. Uroaddu3 c 00CM tho proceeds to be donated toward a I 0011 Carter si . . 1 4 Jolin.3oii 'Jo 0 new carpet for the church. Let every Called to His Crown 1 4 I 'i 2 Park '(b body come and help ln tbo good a 0 0 VI Kendall lb 1 :i Lutes p cause. RCV. J. M. COOK PASSES AWAY 2 1 iSltaron cr .1 1 Mr. McCluro Napier and wire or Combs rf AT HIGHLAND. aV Caywood rr Cleeton, Ky., have returned home utRev. .1. M. Cook ono or tho best 5 3 27 15 1 ter a several days visit with relatives Total.. known ministers or tho Cospei In Linnnd friends. AB R H PO Stanford coln county, passed away at his homo Mrs. Kmll Celszl has a lino hoy. a000 lib Waters lu the Highland section, .Monday arDoOeU 2U 0n 2 .Mrs. Sue Holmes from Alabama Is McCarty lb 3 2 7. te r n long Illness ot cancer. Ho wa visiting her sister Mrs. Mack Holmes 1 Coleman If 0 i 74 years or age. 4 He is survived by 00 ss and other rolatives. 1 13 tenny c .4 rown children. Ills wire and several Charlie Jones of Hustonvllle spent 01 Hill cr ., ..3 (I 1 llright rr I'.cv. Cook was a superannuate MethoSaturday night with his parents. 1 1 Kmbry p dist minister, aud had lived in LinCharlie is proud of tho boy at his 2y 2 fi"j::v8 5 coln county for many years, where he Total home. Cayx-Tcdout V't hunting at third wns generally loved lor Us good work Mr. and Mrs. II. C. btilko. have a . ?ei"uS "bffditR.t.lrH ,inwn Emhrv oal teen acting for a ";; ,trad tho weather week or more vr n X ' ,- n ! I ,,H 1 a ai-t- acres from tho Cumberland Valley land Company, which has been ono of tho biggest dividend producing corporations in tho state. Tno new company Is called the Ilore-ln- g Land & Mining Company of Rowland, Ky. At a meeting of tho stockholders on Tuesday, April 18th the following directors were elected: 3,250 .1. d Key-pton- A. Cralt, J. W. Alcorn, James W. Tot, Horace K. Fox, J. S, locker, J, SI. Williams, Robert Hojd, J. H. Foster and J. W. H.iyden. 1 1 s Immediately thereafter tho board selected J. S. Hocker, President, J. W Alcorn, Vice President, and J. W. Hay den, Secretary and Treasurer. rfoltzclaw-Baile- y I ..n WELL KNOWN LOCAL COUPLE WED AT HUSTONVILLE Uledsoo Hailey and Mrs. Anna HoltZ surprised their many friends by clipping away to Hustonvlllo Monday, 14 claw" .9 whoro Rev. W. S. Willis, pastor of the Christian church, pronounced tho ceremony which made them man and wife. Mr. Hailey Is the youngest son of County Judge James P. Hailey and Is well known nil over the county, while his brldo is also a member of a prominent Lincoln county family. Many friends will wish, them much happiness. grl i , Telo-plion- l.ud-low- ti the Master's vineyard. Score thRev. John Codbey of Science Hill, McCarty on First 1 2 3 4 f. fi 7 8 l innings T a classmate or tho deceased divlue, lNcirmul . . ..01020 (I 2 OX S pitch-pi- t Utaiford Sam 1!. Lutes, c HcittyvRlo, ... ..10000000 1ti conducted the funeral services which n nlro e.inie for thu Vo'mals. He wero held Tuesday at the Highland s a cousin of tho Lincoln conn tiummar) -- EiVrneI trans Stanford ead ball all 1: Two base hits MrCaity; left on Lutes, and played Methodist church. through, Iodides leading Ills team at'base?: Nniiual 1, Stanford B; Struck out by Lutes ti; by Kmbry 12; base ,1110 bat, Stanford jumped into tho lead. on halls -- olt Lutes 2; otr Cuibr.v t; right orr the r"el aid " seemed thnt Hit by pitcher Dozier; stolen base Jumped From Buggy If they 'could hole" their opponents Johnson 3; Lut03 2; Sharou. Waters, to be easy money. Dozier, McCarty, Kmury 2, sacrifice If was going AND QRODHEAD WOMAN IS PER- l.utes passed Waters and Dozier neat bits Dozier, McCart). I ir xnrilflrpil him to third after ho HAPS FATALLY HUHT. ,had htolen second. JlcCnrtv shot a . liot ono to second and wns safo at For Thh;d Time Air. James Owciib of llrodlioad first on n fielder's choice. Waters be- 'run down between third and. home was perhaps fatally hurt while out'mn stoi ,econ,i nnd went to third GRADED SCHOOL BOND ISSUE driving there Inst Sunday afternoon "" ln home with the first run when LOSES AT MIDDLEBURG 'IN Johnson let Lutes peg to get him oir CASEY. Tho wind blow tho lady's bonnet olt pecond go to ccnterfleld Colemnn MIddleburg. April 20 rleld ending tho Into rugniu It siio drop- - 'new out to leftwns nothing more do- and in tr)lug bond question Tho graded school mlns nnd there ped tho linen. Thon tearing her horse lng hy our Inds until tho second in- - ,aB ueun relegated to tho rear lor tho mug. will would run away, blio told her daugh The Normals tlfil up the score ln third tnno. Now If tlio weather ter to Jump out. lu Jumping out tho tho second when Lutes got the flrst.behave better people will surely EOt- tlill fii Kir. tluli lit llftlnrv n nrnlh'liLi Jam tn Imolnrvca Thu wio young lady struck tho. wheel and lell to ten. He piompti) stoic it,;0 hardest one yeti '.both bides work-lie- r . .. . mother becoming beared then second und third, as Kmbry dolayed . S "ftrU. irOUl SUIT. lO Illllbll. ....lit i !.,.. l ' hla ..... ,Sn,v ... ...... I I .1.1.. ...!,.!...- - n 'r" "'"I- - (ry to -catc, tho runner .inltinva margin was qultd small, but lanio juuu.iu iiuu BiiiivHUi mi ,nj ot by rock received tho serious injury. Mrs throw to eltlfer bnpe. No boouer enough to defoat tho proposition. The had he landed safely on third, than wns worked up to ft high Owens Is n largo woman and being Kmbry throw Uio next ball pitched community somo ot feet over Penny's head. pitch of excitement and likely coiidIo In mlddlo Hie, her recovery is not tilings said that ought to have been i.uicb iruiiu in iiuuiu. thought probablo bv tho attending The home team won the gamo In withheld. It .3 to be hoped that tho tho fourth. Johnson lifted n nice lit- trustees will allow ths matter to rest physicians. to left, which hardly pull- - at least for tho present There can tle pop-uno good come ot n continual agitaThe subcommittee, ot tho Democrattion or the question, especially wheu ic State Executive Committee having there la no hopo of carrying the proposition besldos no one ought to wont tho matter In charge Wednesday to sco the country in a consistent upas boadquarters for roar. committeemen who will look alter the Charloy Spears. C. C. Compton State primnry. Henry Lawrence will James McWhorter. Jr., J. K. Coffey W. J. Codbey, W. T. Dyo. and Joe have chargo ol tho work. CongressKlllott attended court at Liborty Mon man Ollle James and J. 11. McCrcary, day. C. It. Carson at Yosomlto it af- candidates for Senator and Governor riicted with a mighty larao back. respectively, ltled oiflcial notification Tho road from hero to ML Salem of their Intention to enter tho primust bo grently Improved. We near no comnlnlnt through tho columns of mary, nnd sent checks in ndvanco pay this paper. Shooting at road officers' ment on their fees. through tho to'Htuns of a newspaper Is not at all risky, ,at n long CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK tildes It scorns to till up. In i I ftr-1p White The Anti-Spitti- ng Law new visitor, a boy. CLUB WOMAN'S HANDS, OUT COMRADES TO THE END. SOME HOT SHOT A special from Rlchmlnd telling or away. tho tuneral or Thomas Hurley and "He tvho spits and runs May live to spit another day William Devoie, Jr., conducted thero Hut he who .spits and hangs around,. last week said: Will sure bo fined If ho is found. Singular colncldenco ln connection Who can think or anything more dls with tho lives and deaths of these gustlug, from a simple standpoint or two men wcro that they wero born decency, common politeness, or even tho Fme day, wero boys together half civilization, than to see expecand grew up a3 chums. Hoth select- torations ot nil kinds and stages, tobacco, tuberculosis, catarrh, tagrlppe, ed the same occupation, that ot enginnnd dyspepsia, discharged on tho sideeer; wero about tho same build, and walks, In lront ot store doors, on died nlmost at the same time, on thoj tho public stairways leading to hulls samo day and from same causo and and opera houses w here one with aOn in tho same, manner. must wndc slippers and silk dresses Tho funerals wcro conducted about through, at any risk, for sometimes two hours apart In order that the It is so profoso that there Is no chance Lodge of Locomotho Engineers could to walk around It. Tho city council has passed an ordinance imposing a attend both. fine ot l to $10 for ,aiiy person found guilty ot spitting on the sidewalks ln Stanford or In any churches Three Weddings Tho Woman's or public buildings. Improvement Club waa instrumental OF POPULAR YOUNG PEOPLE IN in the passage ot this ordinance and LINCOLN THIS WEEK the club 1b willing to stand by the law and boo that it is enlorced. TAero Gus Snitzler, and Miss Rhoda Mor- may bo somo who laugh at tho prime gan, n popular young couple of tho object of this law, wblbo is to protect IJttenhelm soct'jon, securod .license health, but thero is surely somo when wo appeal to the genhere this week nnd were made ono by chaneo tlemanly sldo of the question. Among County Judge Hailey In his happiest tho names reported thero were noi ceremony. colored people, neither Is It nil dono Oscar Simpson and Miss Daisy by the country people, although wo Iloskins, a prominent young couple acknowledge that It Is much worse on court days. Thero will be large posot tho Crab Orchard neighborhood, ters put up on the streets and every wero united in marriage at tbo homo where, and he who runs may read. crtbo bride's father, James Iloskins, Executive Commlttco W. I. C, Mrs, ou Thursday, Knch Is only 18 years J. U. Carpenter , Chairman Health Committee. or age. ( Inclnnatl. April 20. Cattlo -Re- ceipts 10 73J, market slow nnd weak, cents lower; fair to good ship- lOQ'U; 1 rors common J2.257M. Hogs a Receipts 3.US7; market slow, low 15 cents lower; butchers nud shippers ;t.l5fC.rr; common JG.nuiO'.tiU. 828; Sheep Rocolpts and weak, !4.75ttU. muruct slow Ur)Bh' Carpenter and Sllss Easter NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION! Hrnckett, ooth or tho West End so-- Relng unablo to give proper attenCllrcl ncen3o hero and wero married tion to tho drug business, I have sold schoolhouso on last my Interest ln tho Now Stanford Drug w r s. tfMm Co., to J. W. Uryant a registered pharor many macist, well known to Stanford peolrtt week, but. John Carson went Sunday. All tho above hnvo nMiiv, t h . very day. thuv Uo p ng our friends vvho will wish them much ple. He und l W. WhJpp my formor Coleman Muffrd an Ennyn One happiness. nr.ll' In JolnL 'partner will continue-thbusiness at s Wlntrey tlio te- l- hono man, lu ed Hanis Coleman ut t hi trick, the tame old stand. 1 hnuklng the peo out of ' l Vrbut allni.o It to pie for their liberal patronage and ask in town Thurdoy und Frlda . Urcatbo Hyomel, au antiseptic air ',.. ,.... ..,. ,.i. ..,- - n, hm hnnds llko rubber. Tohnson . klr lng thorn to continue samo with the "U li llivar ilia ii'v , k. rtole second without troublo. np puro pleasant nnd Loallng us tho now lB1L '" "ly "K ,Tll firm whero they will always rew "" ' lo third baseman for tho Norr.in pines In tho ' Adliondacks. (iuaran- - ceive courteous and careful attention. i m wiujO may 'h.n':. t with the T.lv'j-- ' is to get a leaguo tmun, '"hi . e . blue grats ". ukr o nb to c do'iig n te,eiJ hy (J( pUUUy 0 end tho misery I request an early settlement of all away in deep centor, so-l- r J"' If r old firm. AIT" accounts and -- u'V"' catarrn' Complete oulllt 1.M. Ex- - duo the ,.3$ tocl' wn. Einbry gave for till books found at tho drug store. W. II. .e me,, nnd lutes' ,ln?l to 'o 28-O'Uaimon. Je-n"i" om a iwo tra loMcft 60 cenU., the 'I'li'i. -- " '"g1 no.tt InstHf.t o - n. ,. try-ou- c w P'l B. W, V,ra,J 8 V ,ndfiHfa..jM&3gAla. W... .- X, , fcs-A-- i -K m i&).s jV -- . A. k i na'! The oSr "! Inierior Journal. Established 1872 MARKSBURV car-load- 8HELTON 'iJanto Trague has Just shipped from s cf hogs two Tcnnossoo which ho sold to different parties nt M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher 8 cents. He sold n sow nnd pigs for $30. IN ADVANCE NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial effects of rr Notice to Contractors Letting Saturday, April 22, 1911 f. K- - If r Notlco Is hereby given that bids will bo received by the county clerk t until 9 oclock n. in., Saturday, April in Entered at tho poatotXlco at 1'2, 1911 for Btono and gravel coford os second clas mall. ntract up, pikes on tbo various sec iron a of inm. :ig. in snld Lincoln county, Ky. All bids for lurnlslilng, hauling Shugnrs and Tanner. Miss Kdna llcrklo Is sulferlng with DEMOCRATIC TICKET. a stiff neck. breaking and spreading stono nnd grav For Circuit Judge. nour- cl must bo scaled nnd tiled with the A. HARDIN, HON. UIIARe Quito ft good many 'women folks'' ot Mercer County wcro frlghtennd at tho high winds Count.- - Clerk as aforesaid nt Stanford. NOTICE OF ELECTION child. Ky., nnd no bids will be received after Tuesday night of last week, lut no onco In a while somebody real damago was done except tho Every Uint time. Contracts will bo let to Itcgular term Lincoln coun all tho lowest and best bidders, and con ty court held March 13th 1911 1 1 1.1 In Stanford recolves a lottor from Mof soVcral forest trees and f 1. O trnctora. will bo required to give bond Hon. James P. Mailer Judge UI1U S1ZCS Co). W. P. Walton, former editor of the limbs from a few favorites ot tno wlt surety, to be approved by tho court for the faithful performance of 7-- ff H-- ft. In the .... petition matter or- the .;. Journal, and now asso- ard wero twisted off. f" tho Interior food-toni- c, ...- i thoir contracts and for all penalties Miss Alllo Dunn made a business mo wuuns oi wnyne-bur- g nnd damages for falluro to so perform ui ciate editor of tho Loxington Herald. trip to Lexington Saturday. for a common and gnuW their tho tltno keep nndrr contracts withinhereinafter nnd school.... Iha. ,Mlss Elizabeth llryant and I'nttlo The recipients of sucti missives usual . .1.- - I. -. t A. the condition lib IMIT lltSV 11'B.UIUr lUlll! ill (MO f lIll - tf ly bring them to ub to read, for Hell Uurko wero with friends In Dancoin Clrcnft Court, held on tho 13th Crab Orchard nnd Lanci'tcr plko day of February 111, ville. sign- ,tt "eot," Ms cepy rer many a year sec. 1 from t'rnb Orchard to U. W. cd by J, . Itoynolds, S. a petition A. U Dob Upeakes sold a cow to Sam Mcintosh, Kv.iim plnce 30 rods stone. Foster, T. J Ilurleson.W. II. Singleton both by hand and on tho linotype, and Spoakcs for $10. Crab Orchard nnd Chappel'g Gap KII Saylor, H. II. SltiBletoti, F, B. often wo wero tho only man In tho o Mt T. D. Chestnut has returned pike whole road 30 roa of stono. 1 1 TT f Uooch, A. II. Morgan. T. S Ifaftvnjtltlfl t Crab Orchard and Stanford plk0 sec ,,uth (Vita' T who could read it. Which re from Clear Water, Kla., whero ho has SIZCS. .. lllinch .. w. tii summers. rOR BALK B ALL DRUOOIBTB frntn Glnnfrtrfl in llntlfrliinftn,!" f.atn!.. -. k. norion, I). N. Per ' non Kouion, been spending tho winter. ", r a i r--i L-- Z t 30 roils stone. minds us of ii story ho told on himry. J. U Koonlz, Plato Moore. It H. .S-- 4 Mr. Jako Carpenter and wife nro LU Same sen 2 from Itaughwnrw gateSorel, n. Mcrrltt. II. N. Haunch. J Bn4 10k... name of riranl thta a!. for car self in tho Herald the other day. A rom Lexington this week tho guests Hank and CM1.T. iijniiict n hiiiu it, iiJ.i-lu braatlful Satlaca tramp printer hit Lexington and they of Mr. ntid Mrs. Noah Marseo. Stanford and WnynemurB alKwh bank contains a God Luck Inaj. . . . - r- r Mr. Ono Aldrldgo who has been SCOTT & nOWNE. 409 Pcail EL. Ntw Yoik i imm .iinrinn in I ii.nnpini pike, ,, Common schools or Lincoln county,! jiut hlra on a machine to set somo of ff W rmls Stone. 5ia llarliVr Whaler, nn.l T II l h..nl.,f .1 1Y1 fTiOT Oil l OO w y.a. tT McKlnney nnd Coffey's Mill plko!amI (iw sV Hunn, w. Mr. Walton's editorials. Tho printer working for n gas company In Kansas his feet nnd died ujiI A inside of twenty sec 2, from old toil licuso to City ramo homo a few days ago in al lu,r.K. Cnulwcll county board of cditrutlnn looked at It ft while, turned it MP" i;for uDCOi county, nnd A. U Singleton mos a helpless condllon from rlieumn minutes. The horse's necek was nev place jb roils or stone- or gravel. sec. 4 from Mt bniem to Cas Trunin, niv. : K.ii. t niini- - thni n er broken, nnd it isthought the aniSame side down and studied it then went tlsm. Ho was carried yesterday to mal received Internal Injuries. Tho ey county lino TR rods uravel. traded common school district bo os- to tho foroman and said: "If I had Crab Orchard for treatment. Hustonvlllo and Coffey condition ot tho roads Is pretty bad sec 1 from Hustonvlllo tos Mill plko- iabllnl!Pd within the boundary to wit n. Car- UeKlnnlng at Thos. McMnllln'a IncludEtuff, but Herbert Drooks recently purchased and might result In loss of human a cornet I might play this son s jorous stone or pravci. lnK nln, thenco down Hshlng creek 1 if I can sot 1L" 1m d At that we n fine horso "Dignity Daie. Jr.." ot llf.e Overseers plcaso take notice. Dauvlll. ami Huatonvll'o pike sec. 1 t0 K ll CaWweu" Jr., Including him. his brother L. W. llrooks prlco paid from Hmtonvlllo to Dlack plko CO rods lllellce down chjrography is Crook to H. II. think Col. Walton's was $451. Caldwell's. Jr.. Including him. thenco MORELAND legiblo than that of Editor Samo sec. - fiom Dlsck plks to ((, H nioro iipynous iaCe Including him, Hev. Mahan will preach' nt tho Hoylo county line 10 rods stono 10 l0neo'to VM Snylor's Including him. Desha Brocklnridgo of tho Herald or church Sunday evening at tho usual rods gravel. oxcludlng 'thence to Joseph . q . Stanford and DK niver plko set. li,., .t. t. of Enoch fJrchan another leading Lex- - time. M...ft.. ..... ct . Tho Easter service at tho Metho liuiu r,AMln..l iu irnvJn. on.-- l. IBl"""' HIOH.l IU to ?.... llunJHUU m iihjucu b..iuii iv cludlnn him. then Robinson sold a horso to John tho C. N. O. & T Ington nowspaper man, nnd wo have mile dist church. Saturday night was a sue- - rods gravel 2 from Haydsn's Switch P. II. R., crossing said railroad Ca sec. .cunty tor "set" them all In days gone by. touUi of mllo poit No. 141, thenco to . ivuiis Bum v. acres oi tno (hos. Tho clilldron illd aredU, to to Trnylor's lane 29 rods stono. Including him, thenco tto Kd. Smith's Camp Robinson farm to Minor Tea-gtt- o thoso who trained 'them. Tho church . Same sec. 2 from'Traylor's lane to Jnmci Wilson's excluding him, thrnce Garrard county line 10 rods stone. to nnd with Polly Singleton's branch for $100 per acre. There arc no was beautifully decorated with) flowOiinvlllo nnd Lancaster pike wbol to tho mouth ot same, thence to Mrs, OHIO James gave Sonator T. II. Improvements. 15 rods stone. Elizabeth Cooch's Including her placo, evergreens. Tho audience fill road 1'oyntor tho scoring of his Ilfo when Sunford and Hustonvillc plko re, thencc to tbo John Johnson farm exTrot. Milton Elliott, of Loxlngton, ers and campaign for wade a short stay with his brother ed tho house and mao ft good olfer-- 1 from Stanford to Cash's stor 30 cluding It thence to n point on the tho former opened his rods stoiv. east sldo of tho C. N. O. Ai T. P. R. It ing for missions. United Btates Senator at Nicholas-HI- o Mr. Mack Elliott last week. Same sec. 2 from Cash's store to crossing samo mile south of mile 30 stone. Fork Monday. It James has tho Rev. Malian of Jclllco Tennessee, Miss Annie FIshbaes, of ML Ver HangingIlrnnchbridge sec. rodsfrom Stan- podt 13S. lino of King's Mountain Orad 1 pike Hush m1 School, thencp to J. O. Warrtner's has accepted the call of tho church non has been visiting relatives here. ford nnd Lancaster plko to Hush Including lilm, thenco to J. J Falcon-borry'- s goods on Paynter the later had as IT'S KI8KY. WE HAVE THEM ALL ON THE HUN at this place, also tho Mt. Hebron. llranch creek 16 rods stone. Including thenco to Tho. Mr. C. K. McCluro has a new clork veil retire from tho race for Ho will begin work tho fourth Sunday Samo sec. 2 from Rush Ilrnnch McMullln's to tho him. beginning, Including to kop n homo of your own with when It comes to supplying high grade creek to Hubble 20 rods gravel or ull of the within lioundnry tlon to the 6onato If James misrepre of this month with Mt. Hebron church Mr. James Hall, or Hustonvillc. out having a Pro Insurance policy to llmb(.r W know vt nono that fur-ston?. And it nppeHrlng to tho court that yvuyvvxj to him, Paynter had better ex' Arrangements to begin tho work at Tho Sunbeam Mission Society sented Stanford and LancnUor pike oc 1 . wWt0 voters', residents, and fix pay - lutrr n9turiiuiu min as jmir Insuinnce. nlh le"cr lumbtT. mighty few who neceswry life this church will bo made later. plain and do it mighty quick. iu rous th(J ,r(1 p0ttoml nro legal but far cheaper. Delay. In taking out cm offr a., good. Hut even Methodist church consisting or chil- rrpm . tanrorii to logan s of our Miss Pauline Durdette. or Durgln, dren and young peoplo gave an Mas graded cm-dangerous, lire Is " from locan'8 lane to'pro ,n thc mU Proposed thn mun nt ,.y pollcT arer,..i ... nn i...mn nvn liye- -- ,,,bcr can be n.atchrd our prlr ,,, Same ...,. .u. nt m.j n i.. ... m. .x".. ,...,, ... .olir ,,v, is tho guest or her sister Mrs. nun. nuoi uHl',ia u. A Sunday evening. Carrara lino 2u rods gravel. . vnyntburK. K".. nna in tnr wnynei-itn- o nest prccnuiions. vo can issue Our friend Senator Paynter refus Itrooks who will leave today to visit ter entertainment Stanford and Dinvll'o plkn sec 1 buru Mactstfrlal district. No, 3, and n policy In n Kood company choanlv notice how much It tnktj to fin- although the weather wns Inclement ed bold a joint debate wfth Ollla tho homo or her uncle Mr. Stephen most of tho tlmo and practice was front Stanford to Mrs. Whlto'a gato .10 tho site delicnatcd for tho school in ith a Job and how much smaller the W S FISH rods stone. James on the grounds that it might liurdctte, or Stanford. bill Is. greatly hindered,, tho exorcises wero Same sec. 2 Irom Mr. White's to said District for tho Isproponed I now. R railed School the one Mr. J. W. Swope, of Danville, mado almost perfect. Iloyle county line U0 rods stone. f I... .!.. anhfMl In l)lA hurt the democratic party in the state ...Hn.nn ...Il'rv.1 IM II. ...... Uy I..U A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. a short stay with his parents Mr. and Tho program was welt prepared A rod of stone or gravel shall con lUfU OI vvayncBuurnT, .inn town niriurr Why in tho world didn't ho think of sist of 2'5 cubic feet. Mrs. H. K. Swope last week. or the trus-- j a majority and consisted or recitations, songs Hand broken stono nnd gravel must penrlnp that that when he spoke and voted in favwholf Airs. C. C. Cablo left Monday to bo nud drills. Throughout tho servlco b on ranririn of road or section by tees In said illstrlct embraced In scnooi or part In said proposed pradca A AT"V TXT or ot tho unspeakable I.orlmo? with Mr. Cable's mother of Urodhoad, tbo beautUul sentiment or tho resur- September 15th. 1911. Alt gravel must . oUrJK V JUL 111 district herein, consented to tho who has been qulto sick for several rection was clearly brought ouL Tho be spread before October ISth 1911. inaoiisniuuui oi nm .niu piujh.-All metal Is to be mocsurod by the weeks. children wero welt trained by their reproAontatlre of the court, who may common school and navo enaorsoo PAYING FOR AN OFFICE pe Watrolu poalUon lu4oi.ll kind, ot Tho Httlo son of Mr. David Rankin. efficient leader, Mrs. J. II. Pnrdom, dtslguato when and where It Is to he Uiolr conseiit In writing upon said auch a. )llx-Work, rTmiaaii tltlon and In further nppearlnR that and. Ill ma any tbllw Irom a is much better after an UlnesB or sev- assisted by Mrs. b U. l'.al meter. Abov o spread not later than January 1st 1912 Garland Slnleton Superlntendont of boaH down tu Iran ioit, W ckii aorvr (Editorial in Courlcrslournal.) AH joa promptly and laaranti-- i nr.t-cli.- i eral weeks. and acros3 tho pulpit wcro numerous sound. ston furnished must be gcrd Common Schools of Lincoln county, work and tuirrlal. Call and nei our prlcti Iurd limestone or quartz and Lincoln county has been paying a befora tou. bojr joar mnWrlal al Ivnit Mrs. Salllo Fox attended tho revlv- - streamers of crepo paper from which broken in pieces not to exceed two district, am! has endorsed his conIn writing upon the ssld paction sent salary of $200 a year to Us County al services at tho Methodist church extended largo Easter bells. In front IncbM In dlsmoter. as provided by law, a"nd also tho LinThe court or Its representative may of tho altar wero palms nnd around of Education hati endorsed treasurer but it will do so no longer. at Lancaster Sunday. Mieat any material not of proper slab coln Board Stanford, Mr. M. F. Routt ot Lexington has tho altar rail wero evergreens and er quality. Didders aunt say wheth- samo by signing said petition, and this The Fiscal Court a few .days ago appeared In been visiting frionds of his oldhomo. beautlfi'l Easter lilies. Tho children er stone will b broken by hand cf day tho said petitions Bailey, Judge opon court and James I elected a man who agrees to pay tho jamea aimpson 60ld 5 calvpS at $26 clothed in w'htte stcinca kindred tsplri eruslied. of tic Lincoln county court, agreed Tho court county $1(1 a year for the privilege per head to Alex It to the pure white lilies. Miss Ada reject any nnd recerves the right t with thorn that tb0 proposed common West and to Vick all bids. Blank forms Dunn Prultt rendered valuftblo ser- on which bids may fee m.id onn bo school district ahull be as heretofore at holding the office. Lear eomo cogs' at $6. Wi sufficivlco at the organ In training the chil- obtained from the county clerk. Cnpits described, and tho court being CARSON, Two bank officials, representing ri- sold 22 hogs to Vick Lear for $6.10 ently ndvlssd. It Is now ordered and to sing and did credit as organ-iB- t of bonds may t obtntnrd al UM adjudged that W. L. MeCarty Sheriff per hunrcd. Nelse Marseo bought a dren County Clerk's office. val bonks, were tho only candidates at tho entertainment Mrs. Jameo Lincoln county owms a rocK of Lincoln County, bo and he Is horoby horse for $142.50. Mrs. Salllo Fox for the position when tho court met to sold a good cow Hanson nnd Miss Mlnollo Prultt wcro and contractors will be permitted to ordered to cause a poll to be opened $76. for In the town of Waynesburg, Ky., and the ushers and everyone received use It nt $1 per rod. bold the election. Candidate No. 1 an an election hold on the 2'Jth day of close attention from those two excelApril. 1311, snmo being moro than (40) GEORGE B. COOPER, nounced that he would bo glad to fill Tho remarks lent young people. days after the entry of this order, to Clerk Lincoln County Court. the otfico without salary. No. 2 take the sinto of tho legal white vot made by tho paBtor, Hoy. I". B. ers In snld proposed graded school wero to the point and the colhastened to mako tho samo proposiFor tonur face and neck after shav. Chamberlnln'H stomach and liver district, whether thero be levied and UNDERTAKER AND EMDALMER tion to tho court, whereupon No. 1 Ing for pimples black heads, dandruff, lection which rollowed was good. The tablets assist naturo In driving all collected nn annuall tax of thirty (30) or any skin or scalp disease use ZEMO largo audience gavo closo attention STANFORD, - KY out of tho system, insuring a cents on each ono hundred (f ICO) dob said ho would pay $100 a year for tho property assessOffice 'Phone 167. Home 'i'none St.. and order was porfect Wo hopo Airs. free and regular condition and restor- birs worth of taxable graded common and ZEMO SOAP. proposed cfflce. This was mot and he raised ZEMO is guaranteed to relieve all Purdom nnd tho Sunbeams will come ing tho organs ot the body to health ed In said belonging to white district, his bid to $100. No. 'i went him one voreness and Itching. The soap is again next Easter. n I Penny. school and corporations, and a poll A Subscriber. nnd '"W persons Spring part of tho treatment, best for all fifty (E0) cents on ench male tax of dollar better, and as there was nothover twonty ono (21) years inhabitant purposos. ing more doing in tho bidding line, toilet or ago, residing In said proposed grac.Mr new spring ana glimmer uninplcs A HOR8E'S OVERCOAT Sold by druggists everywhere and In orn tmUf niml V fni nmr Inamkoilori ed common school district, for tho the offico was knocked down to No. 2 Stanford by Q. L. Penny. com- ic called a blanket. We have ovory 'niey comprlso the best on the market purpose of maintaining a graded who will pay yiO'S for the honor and mon school In said proposed graded kind from tbo lightest to tho uea.Iost, 1 can suit nuyono as to price who had JaSaSCaBiaal HOLDAM'S MILL nnd for tho from common school district, tho fancy blanket for road uso Ids clothes mad0 ti order. A suit privilege ot handling tho county funds purpose ot purchasing or erecting suit to tho plain but serviceable ono for EffiSSlH buildings thereafter, as provided ablo tor the next two years. This amount John Avoy, or Knoxvlllo, Is visittho stable K. ery kind of stablo utensil made to measure doesn't cost any by tho common school law. county will rccelvo, and In addi- ing Mr. and Mrs. Ed Graham. the Tho officers or election will also too. Good, of course, and reasonable mero than ready maae when quality How Smith has gone to Mlddletown d a causo the snld legal voters In said tion will save $100 that it heretofore Ohio, to work in a paper mill. In prlco. They lmvo to bo to conform - ?"a "l, 'tnCvlif.ldcrCU- - COn,e ,n common school district to vote your wt Mrs. Lavlna Hrock. wife of Rer. paying for the services or a has boen for five persons to be trustees for to our harness standard. W. W. Urock, has veen sick, but Is same, provided said tax shall bo apH. C. RUPLEY, The rraetlcnl Taller. treasurer during his two years' lorm. better. J. C. McCLARY, Stanfeol. proved bv said voters. Tho officers of young Her. W. W. Hrock sold a All ot which, it is presumed, will be duo return of the election will make horse George Urummett for $50. When the result of said election at once algratifying to the taxpayers. Mr. V. W. Thompson, of Paint Lick your physician has pre ter same Is held. bought a sow and ftva pigs, of Mack scribed a medicine for you to The competition In this raco, which Williams for $20, on Ms way to Crab Carriage and Work done Alt. 0. n. COOl'Drt, Clerk, Lincoln take, the next Important step Is to UNDERTAKERS AND strictly lint class.. Any casting b re county court. resulted so satisfactorily to tho Fiscal Orchard ho sold them to John Howprescription placed in the have that $25. As Mr. Sowards lived ards new, AM work mended as good DEALALSO Court and tho county m general was on anfor hands ot a thoroughly reliable and competent adjoining farm Mr. Thompson guaranteed.. We solicit part ef your compounded exactly at nharmaclst so it will be patronage, due, of course, to tho fact that two drove the sow and pigs back to very MATER IN FURNITURE, near the same place wnero bo bought directed. We have ealned an envlablo repptatlon J. H. QREER. banks wanted tho custody of tho coun them. This was about a twelve mllo TINGS, RUQ8. THEY WILL for always being very careful nnd painstaking in 8omeret 8t, Stanford, Ky. ty money and were willing to pay trip for the pigs to make. MADE ON our comooundlntr and feel that. In all justice to your FURNITURE EXCHANGE Drown has swapped his Maurice own good health, yon should bring your next prescripsomething therefor. Tho plan smacks tine saddle mare to Rer. Elder for a FOR ALL KINDS F STOCK. TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS tion Atre. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inllrown nlso somewhat ot putting an otfico on tho good work horse. Will Pato viting display ot toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE 1 am now located on swapped his bay horso to Fourth street, J. King KINDS OF ANO ALL perfumes, toilet preparations anu an sianaaru reiucmcs. with tho best equipped stable In Danauction block but as the two candt-wcr- tor a young pony. RIGHT. ville and will bo rlad U seo you at Mrs. Hayes, scout 77, died For interior deortinf wo carry nd recommend Machinery able nnd willing fo pay the lost Saturday, ataged homo near U. K. :: her ALABASTINE, the beaubful wan coating. Call STANFORD, KENTUCKY. any time. And will show the ladloi especially courteous treatment. freight and thcro waa no other nsplr-cu-t Pulaski county, alter a long Illness, and see samples ot tints and ask us about it. SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER 8. D. F. LOQAN. which wus brought about by a fall NOTICE TO CREDITORS. for tho position It Is not apparent which sho sustained some tlmo ago. GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES For Halo. Hestauraiit, bakory, soda which broke a, lower limb. She was PENNY'S DRUO 8T0RE. that anyone was prejudiced ot BEST EQUIPPED Tbo Iiuroka Portrait Co., a coriMira- bjried at Hethe! church, near Deo fountain etc., living room nbovo. A against luoroby. in any Lick, after services by Itov. Itoubun Stanford, Kentucky MACHINE 8HOP IN THE DLUt tlon under the laws of tbo stato ot good Btand and splendid business. many friends Hor event tho taxpayers of Lincoln county Todd Sunday. Kentucky, doing business In Stanford Tdq place Is well furnished and the CRASS. mourn her loss. Ky., has been placod In thu hands ot stock of groceries cigars etc., aro now Tvtio will be $702 to the good, are not While riding along tho Crab OrchELECTRIC DANVILLE receiver, This U a good chance for some one much, Umo discussing ard and Somerset road Saturday, Oar- likely to waste Im Hem Elders horso stumbled on the Allersons havlsg claims against It to make good money. For further TO. uank of a mud holo and turning two tho ethics of uo transaction. 'should lllo thorn with me not later particulars see L. R. Hughes or W. L suraerBaults, throw Mr. Elder In a 24-123 N. Fourth St. than May 1st, 1911. OANVILE, KY, McCarr, Stanford, Ky. Kranca. never regained The horso $1 A YEAR STRICTLY Minor Teaguo sold ft cow to Mr. Wallace of lloylo county for J.13. and Btan one to Dili Huffman for $10 nnd to other parties ono nt 25 another Tor Scott's Emulsion a very short time. It not only builds her but enriches the mother's milk and properly ishes the mothers who Nearly nurse their children should take this splendid not only to up their own strength but to'propcrly nourish their children. Parteb-ltao- SOUND 8LEEP OF (3000 HEALTH. Can not bo over estimated and any ailment that prevents It to n reenaro to health. J. I. Seuthers, Knu Claim. "1 have been Wisconsin, says to sleep scmndly nights, because, of pain serosa my back nnd sorenoss ef my kidneys. Mv nppotlto was 7ery nnd my general condition wss vory much run down. I hnvo been taking loley's Klihioy l'llls but n uhort tliae nnd now ftlcp ns sound ns n rock, my general condition Is greatly Improved, nnd 1 know that Foley's Kidney Pills havo eured me. THE nn-ab- HATS HATS iiiiiiimiMi ... .- men-taonrt- l. ;,' 1 "' 'XsecnTSd'sinZa rf Olliail. IVieQlUm anQ Ull OliaPeS: s r ()l COUTSPVOll kllOW Wo r f) n. I You can't go without them. You HAVE TO HAVE THEM and for that reason we are always read to serve you with the GOOD and the NEW things. STETSONS, full shapes -in light .1 Crt dllU UldLK L'OlOrS dl O.UU tfD. tfl 7 STETSONS in medium shapes in all rhft new shades at 3.50 and $4. Black Stiff Hats at $3 and $3.50, in w- -w ttlj - fip- g frllVi chl Kll ji;iwiiuiii SEE WHAT WE HAVE. HL J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky i-- Iiave the cheaper grades in .. ' ' jjj. - - J'to Phel' L,iinn. " 2- n Sne 2 rc-el- of-th- ', -- 4. i,i .., J. ,,., ,,.,., 1h om-mo- n ... -. Fresh Oysters Vil u ,... rl?iT7Trr w-- I CONCRETING lKl,cn STYLE. $TnF0RD J. C. McCiary, Carson's Restaurant W.A. PROP. Tf)G BG$T mGAL - in PHILLIPS BROS,, K. eif4ir Men Pal-met- tr"ih Suitings Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded ldo S? Wn & pro-lose- J. L. Beazley & Co Horse Shoeing. n, REPAIRS Motor Cars o I K'Tifl sVw.wM4if'ajtrtftiifall ., lWTI ., m I 4" wKfU- l- W"J trrXi PERSONAL and SOCIAL and Mrs. William Hock announce tho engagement and Iho mHrrlngo or their daughter to Mr. Harry Cynthia Houlhorland Klllott Thompson of Cedar Kalln. Iowa TTeddlnc to tnko plana nt tho country Some ot tho bildos parcnU on tho morning of Juno ttw twenty first, nineteen hundred cloven. Mrs. TV. A. Trlbblo mndo a little visit to Loulsvlllo this week. H. J. Kmbry, Jr., reports a tine slack filly colt by (lambctta Wilkes ut of a Mambrlno Patehen mnro. Hr., spent roveral J. N. Monr-fee- , Hays In liulsvlllo on business last Ita-- Horn, to tho wlfo of J. B. Mlrnclo a nlno pound baby. Mrs. John II. Novlus and finny, of I.obanon Junction, are. KueMs of Vrs. Mattlo Novlus. In , Goorgo I,. I'enny spent several dnys liulsvlllo this week. was over from I'arls evoral days thla week with his sis ter. Mrs. W. U. Welch. Sirs. J J. Dickey, left for St. liuls, Mo, Tuesday tho 18th. She goes to attend tho Missionary Council or tho Woman's Home hnd Foreign Mission- sry Societies of tho M K. Church South, of which sho Isli member, will lslt relatives In llllnola return- lug and will be nusent nUiiit a niontli.l - reok. J. W. Ilayden t)r. M. M. Phillips Is In IaiiUtIIIq and Chicago taking a special course. Dr. K. J. Ilrown motored to LouIh-vlllThursday returning Friday morn ins. Lytlo Tho engagement of Mr. (Iraves Christian of Cnlcngo, formerly of Nlchotasvlllo, and Miss Kllzabcth I.ce, of Danvlllo has been nniinuncod. Sam Mpoonnmoro over ironi Danvlllo Thursday for n short Halt to the homo folkfl. Mr. and MrH. 8. II. Ilaiighman nnd Mr. mid Mrs. W. II. Wcaren and fiim-llhavo moved to Mr. Ilaughmnn's lurm on tho Somerset pike, vhorn win mano tiieir nomo in tne m- y Makes the most nutritious food and the most dainty and delicious, will tako placo May lu, uiitounccni nt from tr. of tho Hurloy Tobacco 1O.xington Wednesday. according to heidi.uarters Hoelcty, of The money 'MUrnrmifirsairrmiTriirmnrifrffr mwwm S ffasZ n tuto the second distribution this j n o proceo'lg rrom tho l'JO'j root of wblto Hurley tobacco. Throe moro payments ol similar amounts are oxpectcd. ni I E ARE STILL -- I HEADQUARTERS- ROYi P"&iia BAKIKS POWDER Absolutely Paro The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grapo Cream of Tartar PUBLIC 3ALE Saturday, April 22d, laiTut 2 o'clock P. H , nt her lato resldeneo ou Danvlllo street, I will sell tho household and. Kitchen furniture of Mrs, . I Yuger, part of whlclr arc carpctu, china cabinet, folding bed, sldclioard, couch, hnl rack, dining tnblo and cUilrrt, sewing machine, kitchen refrigerator, five bnrrols of corn, 100 bushels or coal, n good, gentle family horhc, nnd n rubber Urt. buggy. On "U-- 2 FOR W. M. BrtlGHT, Amr. Ladies' NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. she',r turn. t)rlli i.finggt nnd Zlmmormnn, ontiiH No fussing or fretting over Hate thp to' pny The pi t iii oration t i iitnnvllle Holler Mill Com under the leu? nl nturkv doing buslnoj tn of Particularly the . LStdieS. here to attend th meeting or the Central Kentucky Mod leal Society which wan being held ll(,ro W.n ltl0 j, j, wcnt ,0 ,irPBS, M o Jo ' Royal the biscuit-makinis the aid to many a g. nov drs up Its buori 'ii, t ion M person? havlntr claims reams! It r. Ill present t(:em for pay22-T Young Sec.&Treas. ment 8 lluatonvllle , Kentueky., lneis na n Gents' I 3 r 1 OUw,r nnJ "'K" ot HarrodBburg nna drove ocr to pny 1 be big Uincaster fair will bo houl Hey and tho members ot their bridal tbu 1. J., a pleasant call. Ilw July 26, 27 and 28 this year. OMcers ,iny wlu comi, to tm, i,up Rra,, that Mr. Walton la doing splendidly tunc Just been elected as IoIIowh; in tho land of flowers, and their perfect gives W. 11. liurton, l'res. U. C. Walker, ajj and is. recommended by wotor c.ir party and stop for n eall nt n dally, Is a big Kioneymnkci'. faction to F. II. Marftsbury, Troas. J. II. millions of fsmifies who hsvc used it and lynebrse, tho hotr.e of Dr. nn Mrs. Hourne, V 1'reii It. I, Arnold, who have personal knowledge of its ex- - ,v lMcijIlir(, lt th parly will bo SHORT LOCAL NEWS J. U Ulll, Hcc'y ceDence. 'joined by Dr. McChire who will con Its wondettul popularity, however, hsj 4ntiftjiv nrrvlrnM lit I hi llntittkt' 1,000 cedar lonco poets for Bale. Hood led unscnmulous dealers to offer imila- - duct them to Klmendorf. Wnlniil Hall morning ones. Apply to G. which act unsatisfactorily. There- - nnd various places ot Intercut about i church. Tho subject of the lions T. Austin MtKln-ncjr. I t n'.'sico will be "How When nnd 28-Ky. lore, wnenuuymg. io gei us ucnriicw .,, jMllKton Herald Wricr we Cot our Unglltdi llllile.' 'J .. I). li.H thm MUII. rUCUl) IWJ IIUIV Uld IWI nam C Keller, or Orlnndo, Sunday rchwil U;20, H. Y. V. V. ::!u Col (mm Indian Horin',r Duck eggs fiom a Comisny Csliomu rig Syiup Co j ttraln II er setting of 12 plainly printed on the fronl of every anuoclnto editor with K. C. Wnlton In rreiiching dervlces 10:45 A. M, and ureat layingAll S3 for IS orders receive prompt package of the genuine Syrup of Figs the Orlando Koporter-SLir- , was In 7:30 I'. M. attention. Wolford Lovell, H. K. D Elixir of Senna. and No. 1 Stanford. Stanford Thursday for a abort time. Tho IjiiIIob Circle of iho Ctirihttnn For sale by sll leading druggist. Price Mr. Keller camo op to eo his mother church will havo nn exchnngo In tho 50 cents per bottle. Oeorggo 1. Bright makes a salve sloro room next to the Theatorium on that will euro whitn swelllne carbunSaturday iillornoou. cles, boils, bono felons, cuts, corns, N Tho Measuring Hoclal by the ladles also vlro cuts, harness sores nnd rl tho Christian church will be on, scratches on ylur horses. Guarantied Do you fcl ttc.I, lired, dopmlcnl, luve frequent heaFrldny night-n- t the court house and to oure..25 Hnd f0c a box. in inoniin', or bd dache, coaled loniie, bitter In throat after cid rittn "hcart-hiirti,- " lclcliin wf not Saturday night nB wag erroneous-- P. O. Box 19y, 'Phono 26 icll, ct!n, tluiu.ch Jjn.w or burn, (oulat hrenth, diny LliiJrcd l stated last Usue. Don't lurct It time and poor or s.riablc uppelitr, nuru ayinptuint ? Cafir,ii Itcv. J. J. Dlckoy will preach at tho Beware of Ointments for ( tho If you havo ony oanudarahla number bilious-dh- i, that Contain Mercury, Creek church next tiundny ut Lean's oliuro lymptnm you r. .urTHn from ot smell ntrir 3 I. M., All aro cordially Invited, MDd imtrnirv win 0.&ctfi dnlrojr lh tenm torpid lircr with ladleMion. or dyipeptia. IS, I0 lyvtriu wIicti (t4nicU,lr DUcot.ry i rnado rntrUie It iLruuh Um naicow surtacrs. Vr. I'icrcc'a GoIJrn Medical Sundny school nt 2 1. M. ftHri.l Dtfer t urd extpt an pnru-tiftrUrM up of tho mint Taluahta modtolnal principle tna rttmUblM rlcui m tb dAinsJC. thtj will duktM loht to tbfl sofKl tii can nmUtty known to medical aoiMioa for tha permanent Hum thMa. nJl' rinli Cur. BMtMiUctmru was W. a. Haseldon, of cmxa of such abnormal cotvditloa. It I a mott Cn. Toiwlo, O . rontamn i w hi V. i Himm-j- t upua uwl cflicient liver tiiviornlor, tuinach tonic, bowel hero Thursday en route to Ixmilon nirr. bUnd andl.krn tntmsUr. rtlnitt tfiirrtlr .u muwHin rjtm. u trrfMa ot regulator and nerro trencthener. l.tirU llo (tunli Cr In mir you cit tha Iroiu Kllxlr aprlugs In Casey county, fHMitD. Is n uiu mtrmAnr aM aiad to ToJOa Co. TrtinoiSi tm. Otiu, r K J The "Coli'en Medical Discovery" i not a patent medieina or secret noatram, and atte.te.1 hnH Irk. cwutlpiUHl. ibero no Is installing n complete TsSa OT lTUla. Mlln SwTV prf oottl. full lit of its ingredients bein printed on its Hal SOJOBf no aloohol, ar harmunder olh. A lnco at tbewi will show that it contains utearu heating outtlt for the new pro ful hahi..formin drus. It U a floid estract ruaile with pure, For Sale. Four ytnr old Jorsoy drrvrinr, of pnrvr stret.tb, from the nota of native American medical, prietor, It. M. lloucbln. Ho sas the cow, subject to reRlster, tlno milkJortat p' . W 'Id's Ihpensry Medical Association, Prop.. Hunalo, N. Y. poon Improvements belns; rnado will 29-" '' a er. S. J. Erabry. Jr. IL I .I f ii uiako thlu resort ono of tho leading Good pasturo for 15 town cows, watering plncen in tho state, for tho wa- Apply to M. O. Vandeveer. splendid quality of Its mwllclnnl ter Is already well known and nil that Let me Insure your nouse. and barn 00 hss been needed has peon proper before the fire. R. M. Newl.rid. p Not only p!eant and refreshing to the laste, hut gently cleansing and sweet- rnuig lo live system, Syrup of Figs and patbeuUriy adapted Qixtf of Senna lo ladies and children, and bcnclicial in all cases in which a wholesome, strength- enmg and effective laxative should be used. It is perfectly safe at all times and drpels colds, headaches and the pains caused by indigestion and constipation so ,,, cook's success. Royal Cooh Boot 800 Receipts Free. Send Name and Address. nOYAL DAKINO POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. f 'NOTION CITY I., (irubb- AND Pre. '. ontcrtalned 42 l"""""'. vero Bursts W of Mrs. Josse ' " wcok sas I.erronp cia ileglntiers 'Sund.T7 school r,. leister ong hunt nt his Kimo Siti rday, tho liitli. Stanley Cat ion round tho most csrs, seven, Kaii Catron found the pilze eKS and Kthel rcrfynJtivelyllutitutheoneco! pa-pe- t, frayner lojnd the double cers. George Snolton, an electrician, or Somerset, has arrived at 11. C. Cation's and will conduct the bottling works. William Trosper Is having a Ana new porch built to his residence on Iloilovlow nvonue. Word has been received le.o or tho death it llowllnw Greem on the tth of Mrs. Mary Daugberty, cousin She rormerly I'ved at MltchcllEburg and iraa tho uile of a piosporous merchant, W. O. Dnughoity. St-lcavts two grown sons, Cdword and i:imo, tho former. M whom rwcoutly married. Childrens' Shoes ot ing at Hats -i- T-i- ii.... ...?. r, r- -t cy i 4 or Cart. W. K. Grubbs. 1 Cummins & j Wearen, I e t? 6-f- STANFORD, KY. s- t What Ails You? t, tte 30-2- 4 1 Kui-- W l bottle-wrapp- er rir tnplr-reline- d ll II ,LlLil 2 1 " TCO il On account or Illness of my I ulll illnnono of mv mllliuorv April nl public salo at cost, beplnnlng sznu nnn lu anys. immouiaieiy niicr unlo I will ottor tor rent my storo- room on Depot street, ilri. tl. W. hits-h.in- iJentry. Sl-l- t. TO TRAVELERS. I which Is to bo git en by tbo Stanford high school will be ggiten in WnltSas oMrn house Friday April 28th. It will be a strong contest. Tho pro gram will follow later. Kvcryboay will please keep In mind and show an interest In tho wont oil fZe Jilgh school in thla line. Mrs. ('. M. Young, of Highland, will havo her millinery opening noxt Mon-dnnnd Tuesday, April 2t nnd 25 30-- girls declamatory contest y am tbo agent In this section J. D. Steenbergcns sells, builds, refor tho Great Amejrlcnn Steamship points. pairs nnd adjusts scnles at rocK Kuropean all line to pricea. Seo him for prices bcior? Sou me. when you think of traveling. you buy. Address Crab Orchard, Ky. W. LANDQRAF, Waynesburg, Ky. 15-e- Appoula from JudKturntir of tho Hev. Jeffries p reach ea an excellent ers of Ohio, Indiana nnd Kentucky County court havo been filed In tho Kaster sermon on Sunday morning at tho Uaptlst church. cnbeB uf Mrs. llottio Williams against A number of our young folks attend Uqwen Dover, and th isoard of This- ed the Kaster eervicos at Ottenhclm, toes of tho Htantord Graded School Sunday Md also the dedication of against the estato of tno ink) J, K. Distribution of J2.000.000 to farm t.lell Uridine Cnlfchoit his eisht- " tope is THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER A MARX CLOTHtf months' school nt Shelby City Anrll Hi and secured his -- ppointment M,,nB "'at'ves nt Uils placo last week. Those Fighting Game Chickens. A box supper was given at tho Mac- THE GPY GRISTS. mall clerk immediately an'd went to caboo hall at King's Mountain SaturThe Prettiest Fowls In tho World ork. J5Egs If, for ?3.00 day night for the benefit ot the Ring's 6. J. EMBRY, JR. Iror. E. U. Grubbs will go to How Mountain brass band. A largo crowd ing Green May 2 and 3 as the ltoylc.was present nnd all enjoyed tho good llarrcd Plymouth Hock eggs, 30o county delcgato to tho Modorn Wood- - "'uslc furnished by tho band boys. for 15. Itobort B. Carter, Stanford, 'All boxes were disposed of and jl . men or America State Camp Irom K., It. F. D. No. 2 coouiy sum real zed. a n co caKe t.larlto No. 8. Mr. Kobert Ford, of (WU olfcred to prettle6t glrI but Imported stock Buff Orpington eggs Moreland. will I delegate from Lin- - as thero was none nresent was sold 75 cents for 15. Baby chicks $2 per coin county, which is tn district 9. to tho highest bidder. A handsomo dozen. Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Caakey, of Cor-- i''no nna Mck of tobacco was otrored foro, Ky, Route No. 1 'Phono 333 .,,.... v. M. .,ra vUUiia luu UBMUOl Uiu ouu l..n nr ,, cuvn.o r wr. Mmif 1 . I ...m, m.l v.u wis the lucky one who roceivod It. S. A. HILL Wells this wek. Dreedor of finest strain Tho sad news ot tho death ot Tho. The Lodios' Aid of theTresbytcr-la- u Iloup, who was killed by an L. &' N., Single Camb Rhode Island Reds and eggs for sale In church held n siiceeesrui bazaar train at Lexington reached us Satur- Stock No. 3 "Lancaster Ky. season. II. K. D. Ills remains woio at the Wyborg J i anna kail tha 14th day evening. brought horo for burial. Ho Is surKino strain S. C, Whito Leghorns and 1GU. vived by his wlfo and several chil Heavy laying strain. Kggs 1 for 15 K. J. Tanner and faruity came over dren who havo tho sympathy of tho Mrs. J. B. McKee, King's Mountain, rrom McKlnncy Sunday to visit Mrs. entire community. Ky. S.imuAl Uurk and L'Torett Oweus. Barred Plymouth eggs for sale, Jl Tho Chrletian Kuuday school here for 15. Also Indian Kunnor duck eggs PURE BRED POULTRY. points aut or six tobut secured five Jl for 13.. Mrs. Anderson Nunnollcy, jsank ncfioot lor ward being a For 8ale By Reliable Breeders McClue Route. Moreland, Ky. (4 Line Cards in this column $1 1011. Cash for Season.) & The sixty loot old sloee factory For Sale Indian Runner Duck Eggs. $1 for setting of 12. chimney by C. . tallroad h.13 been THE Indian Runner Is known is the iszed to tho ground after ttandlny aa Leghorn of the duck family, for eflfls. u land mark for oser 30 years, Mr. D. E. Proctor, Phone 193. A promiscuous shower was given to BUFF ORPINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Dr. W. Phillips at Mrs Eggs For Sale 15 for $1 C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No. 2. John llollng's Thursday afternoon. Phone 1431 Stanford, Ky. PLEASANT POINT -' 21-22 4f lll SEBIBmiMIIHK Eggs for setting. Pure Crescent S. C. White Leghorns. 15. Phone Miss Lizzie Davison, I'alrvlev ciurch. conulslons. Cash. Mrs. R. J. liogue is Indisposed. Little Irs Jacobs kaa been 1). C. hav-lu- g CWnjgCLfJTHES AND WE HAVE NOW FOR VOUft INSPECTION THh VERV LATEST MOST STYLI M MENS' 8CIT3 EVER 8HOVN ON THE OLODE. STfllCT. WE HAVE ANY BUADE AND Pf ICE FROM $" UY PARIP OS3IQN8, AND TO TO tJO, HA.-- , TAILORED, ALL WOOL, GUARANTEED IN FIT CALL HERE DEFORE YOU BUY. GIVE SATISFACTION. Sa:m Robinson Ky. Stanford, If you want a bathroom that wll' Vtlme, let us lntaM one for vou NOW. Wo carry tho lest line of tin, guttering, tpc ting, Myer's pumps, graphite, roofing, paints, charcoal filters line of 'anltary and a ournteed last you bathroom fixtures. DETSY8 POINTERS "No woman who values health, good complexion and shapely figure should neglect physical exercise. A wet equipped wotnans gymnasium contains n wnsbtub, rolling pin, sweeper, mop, sewing machine, and a set of good dish towels; and then, to completo th0 system, ypu should havo COFFEY & COLEMAN supply your gtocorios. Try Peerless cjilck and poultry feed, 10 pound sack ii conts. Phone 196. . W. K. WARNER, Stanford, Ky. COFFEYS& COLEMAN, I Prompt Delivery. Alfred traded to B. O. bunch, of sheep. ono cow for Geo. Walls Is very IQ. William lioguo and wlfo were visiting n hU brothers H. J. lfogue. James Grimn and wire and little sonj, spent Sunday at A. G. Dnnlap's. Mrs. Ruby Carroll epvnt a few days with her parents here. has rotunsd home Chns. Alfcrd rroai Wilmrrre. Iiwrenco Rust who has been visiting hero for 6omo tlmo win go bacl: to Nowporl Monday. Malcolm and Herman nafgard ot MIddloburg are with frlear's hero and Kind's Mountain. Simon I'etrey and little soa Cooior wero visiting nt W. M. Murphy's. Wm. Jenkins, of Highland was visit G1U1-land ROR HATCHING. White (Leohorns Diamond Buff Orpingtons.. Jl and $2 per 15 strain year 'round layers of large, Black Minorca Jl for 15 white eggs 91 per setting. Parm Range Silver Laced Wyandotte A. C. Alford Stanford, Ky CO conU for IB. Satisfactory batch Cbolco White Wyandotto cockerels. guaranteed. afeca 1.60 for 16, Mrs. J. N. Cash. Miss Anne H. Trlbble,. Danville. Ky. Stanford. 8. C. Kef!ivjs' ' Pure bred Black Mlnorcas Eggs $1 per setting Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. EGG8 PURE BRED POULTRY THOROUGHBRED S. C, R. I., RED8 Indian Runner Duck eggs Jl for 12 Eggs for sale 91 for 19 fluff Orpington eggs II 15 Imported Cock at Head of Yard. English Salmon Fnvoralia J5 for IS D. M. WALKER, Stanford, 'Phono 130. MRS. 8. J. EMBRy, JR. If you want hens that lay In winter, Barrod Plymouth Rock eggs. For wrton egira are high. Got the S. C. hatching f the flaest breeding. Our Butt Orpingtons. Kgga II for 16. W chickens aro large, big boned, and 2L P. Klncald, Phono 1!, Stanford. well barred. Eggs 15 for Jl, 100 for Indian Runner duck eggs for salo, JS. Mrs. 8. K. Dudderar. II. 11. No. a ll.oo for 13 say at C months old LanoaUer Ky. Cook's famous perpetual layers. Mrs. H. M. Tate, It. U. No. 1 llustouvllle. S. C. Crescent strain whlto eggs 75 cents a sotting during S. C. Brown Leghorn eggs, 50 cent April Usual prlco Jl 50. Also for sale D. u pon of Diamond strain White Legper settlni. Mrs. J. M. Cre's, R. F. No. 4, Stanford. 'Phone 380 O. Lam horns, headed br Imported cock. Mrs I Jzlo Davison. Phone 15 Stinford. csster, Ky, KT. Leg-born ... . u am ...y Wt i'WNi i yn LL ; T. W. HUMBLE, W. O. MARTIN, - f r. IL "N, over 11. J. MeKobsrU' HU, Of For Sate. 150 bales mixed luty. Mrs BUnford, Ky. 63 ACRES OF LAND II. Harnett, Huslenvllle, Ky. P. FRUIT AND SHADE TREI AT YOUn DOOR On Monday, coutt day, April 24th Lesson IV. Second Quarter, For l'OSTKD. Father 10, W. H. King. Everything for Orchard Lawn , J. T. Martin, (.'ill us by phono nnd lvo us your 11)11 nt 11 o'clock A. M., at thn court Sarah IX Martin, and Qardsn. April 23, 1911. house door In lincnstrr, Ky., I will Wrlto for Free Catalogna. No. Agenta Fred Hnndorf, otder for our nice, Iresh moat and sell to tho highest nnd best bidder, H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS. liood farm for prlvnto sale. Terms or limit, for clean new groceries. without reserve, THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. Lexington, Kentucky. easy. See Mrs. Ilobcccs ft. Carpenter cash In hand, 63 ncres ot Innd on (lib . Call for J. C. LYNN tor MEAT bcrt's Creek In Garrard county, Ky. llustnnvllle. MAOOAIEES Text of the Lesion, tl King xli, A. u. JJIno, This Innd Is nil In grass nnd Is loBelt-buckles,BarretScc tho new collar pad nt J, C. Memory Verse, II Golden Text, I And es, miles south cast or Linens, cated 3 Deputy Stale Commander harness shop. PreChron. xxlx, 9 Commentary LAND A DUCHANAN for Groceries.! tcr. This Is a good farm und la going HtAnolH, For Halo. Seed corn, Hold Standard pared by nw. O. M, 8tearns. to sell to tho high dollar. Anyone 8TANFORD TENT NO. 7. yellow Improved lioono county corn, Tixlr. we combine the story of Joasb, to aco tho farm will call on Meets : 4Ui ; Monday - Ntni blii, of Judah, In last week's frsson f 1.23 per busliol. John Look. CROMWELL'S MeDONALD, JR. , Hughes & Hwlnehroad ot" hor Sale. Four Iresh Jersey sows, mill In tlili one. lie liognn to rolffn Ky UOOTH Possession nt once. MA80NS' MEETINQ. lu hU BCTcntli year nnd reigned forty Ivc Jontc) heifers, 4 yearling short THOMPSON by Hughes & Swlno Llnooln Iod No. so V, A A.M. will meet Cromu ell's McDonald, Jr., a black In tm.l enruninulrntton on mtrb flrtt aiwl years, doing rtjjtit In I ho sight of tho lKirn bulls. A. W. Carpenter More-land- , third Mom!? nlRbli ofvnah month. at Tan horse, 10 . hands high, star In loro broad, Kent Kstnto Agents. Ky. Lord, while Jrholndn, the priest, n'elMk In h.lr IiaII on mnln iln.rl, head, G jears old, und Is an excellent ( Mtml'rsof tliter lodires nre 111 in (vcrso-hut he did liirld to Im prexst. T. W. PROFESSIONAL AND Raddle horse. MONEY TO LOAN. uot destroy Idolntry lu the land. BUSINESS CARDS Cromwell McDonald, Jr., wns ulred Our last Rood Miir lit Jiidsu was county farms, in nny by Cromwell McDonald, bo by Ilex W. VA. BU161'' ho wni succeeded liy bis On Lincoln BIWHMrF DR. T. W. PENNtttSTON hou Jcliornm, hi tlrstliorii, who mar- nmount over $3,000 Hate of Interest McDonald, S.ia, h0 by lllnck Squirrel ' 1 5 per cent. Term, G years, with slro's dam Luc .McDonald by lllack Jq OMUe at RMW-c- yt ried a dJUKhter of Ahalt und did c DentUt A.M. and 1 to 4'30 I'M In the sight of tho lAti. nnd put to privilege to pay alter one year. First Squirrel, 1st nam Mutr Maro 2t7.s Hours S:30-1BJtAB ORCHARa 1i dentil his six brothers. Ho relpned mortgage. If you are in need of money I'y Cromwell 73, by Washington offlco Myers House flats Stanford K til; JOHN BOOK only eight jcart nn.l died a fearful will loan you up to 40 per cent of tho 2nd ilnm Smith Mnre by John Dlllard !7VSS Veterinary Burgeon ana denMs. death, ns the prophet KUJuh scut him vnluo Ji N. of jour land. For further par- 3rd dam Knvannugh's (irey liagle, 87 9pealt8.t on ll Wss ana anhaMl word that lie would. It Is written of i .Ml No. 11, Mouth, lliWr. M. disease. Stanford, Ky. Phone This horse's dam, (Slimmer, Is n him that he departed without being ticulars write to O. H. Swlnehroad, No. a, milh, 10:(S A u, Attorney, Lancaster, Ky. No.Sl, Sorth, 4i0 a. K. bay nmro foaled 1U00; sired by Wash desired (II I'hrou. xxl). i:( r. H. No., North. Jeho.ih.i2 (or Ah.i7.lnh), hU youugest Ingtoii, No.rr, ioi a.m. giro by from) WnshlnRlon-M Ory sou, oueeeeded him, nil his older brothNo.Is.IiKlr.M. FOR SALE PRIVATELYI well 73, 1st dam l'nyetto Denmark tin, The Mnn With a ers having been slulu by the Syrian. JOS. 8. RICE, At;ont. he by YV.i&hlngton Denmark II He reigned only one jour, mid his STANFORD, an excess of business On account of BANK . - ACCOUNT This excellent horsu will mako thef mother, Ath.illah, was his counselor I deslro to sell my mill nt McKlnney, to do wickedly (II Chron. xxll, seakoii of 1U11, ut by place, 1 mllo He And Check Book in New Llverv. was slain by Jehu, nnd when his Ky. It has n capacity or 76 barrels of north or Crab Orchard, on the r his pocket is considergood conmother knew that hu uas dead she Hour per day; machinery in Dopot Stroot, pike, nt ?lf to Insure a colt for nt ouce proceeded to destroy nil the dition. Situated on tho Q. & C. road nnd lour months. A lien roUined on colt ed LUCKY. Phono 00. seed royal of tho house of Judah, but draws patronag0 from Casey and oiliHIGG-IN- S Money ruo when maro STANFORD. KENTUCKY. This Kind of Luck i Jehoshcbu (or Jchoshabcnth), the wife er counties, good turnpikes lend to it for frvrvue. of Jcliolnda, the priest, nnd sister of nnd Is in the heart of n lino wheat Is traded or parted with Care taken PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL- VANIZED ROOFING. to prevent accidents, but not rcspon Abazlah, rescued the Infant Jo.ish mid Large Quantities carried In Stock hid him anil his nurso lu the house of belt. For further particulars write sible shoilld nny occur. EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. the Lord six years while AthnllJU or tee J. S. Murph), McKlnney, Ky. Will also stand A splendid joung Many of our best cus'Rhone 114. reigned over the laud (II Kings xt, jack thrcfl yean "Id, l. hands high at WILL ADAMS II Chron. xxll, tomers started with a PREACHERSVILLE $10. Same terms and conditions as Livery; all kinds of haullnjg. FurLust week's lesson told us how, In small deposit, So can niture packing. his seventh jear, Jeholad.i, the priest, Since the consolidation or the afore. Phone 173 arranged to have him brought forth, l'reacheravlllo Crab Orchard Kv Sfenferd. Ky. HoUba iCt'S GEISZL school with t you. anointed, crowned aud proclaimed king, rchool there has been considornhle nuxl made n covenant letecii the Iord nnd tho king and the people that they talk concerning educational mnttois s should be the Lord's ieople (xl, 11!, 17). cre. Tho general expression seems They broke down the house of Hani very agreeable to the new order or and bis altars and Images, slew the things. .More than twenty years ago priest of Hani, aud also the wicked these two districts were one with n queen mother Athiillah, So the people or pupils and with rejoiced aud the city was quiet (xl, large enrollment n first class school, always obtaining When a person has become discounted used a aampls bottle now hare It Wo must not confuse our good King the services ot teachers who held n throujeh years of failure to find a cure, regularly In the house. and nnslly. perhaps, alvea up trying. It You will learn to do away with salts, Joash of Juduh with another Joasb, iirstclass certificate anil wcr' ex- andsmall wonder L waters and cathartics for theso are but that he becomes king of Israel, who began to relgu perienced and capable or conducting Is And yet. to all who hae con- temporary reliefs while Dr. Caldwell's Capital stipation, we would say, "Try Just ono Syrup ts guaranteed to cure per- over the teu tribes In the ecbool In a proper manner. Since thin- - more." manently. It will train your stomach and ' And relgu a year of tho king of Judah's We with you would try Dr. Caldwell's bowel muscles so that they wtli do their i or tho district each, Surplus nyrup repsin, a laxative ionic mat nia work and who departed not from the sins of tho dUlaion naturally without outside aid. ' been usea for a ceneratlon. Thousands Jeroboam, the tou of Nalmt, who made school dwindled n attendance, and are ustna; It: surely some of your friends Cast asldo your akeptlctsm and try Uyrup Icpaln. Corner Next lo Court floUse We the enthusiasm, common on tho part amonaT the number. You can bur It of Israel to sla (II Kings xtll, Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the I at fifty cents and ono do- purchase ot his remedy ends his obit- have a key to the heart of today's les- or teacher, patron and pupil, was sad- any dnis-sls- t llar a bottle, but better still, send your He has specialised In stomach. son lu the expression, "Tho house of ly lacking. The racilltlcs ror obtain-lu- g name and address to Dr. Caldwell for a fiatloa. Stanford, Ky. bowel diseases tor over forty pleased to (tlve the tho Iord," which occurs In our lesson free sample bottle, lie will send you years AnjlUp-To-Dat- e even an ordlnnry education were rnouch to convince you Of Its merits, and reader and will be on the subject free any advice verses Just twelve times, If wo Inlike you can It of your are welcome to writ then If so Inadquate, that several or our best drucsist.youMr. J.It J. Petty buy Unlonvllle. of chsrre. All for the medical advice clude verse 1(5. of him. Whether Geonre the free sample address him Dr. Inasmuch as the king sient the first citizens In this section, were compell- Mo.. Mr. Pa. andW. Zimmerman of liar or n. Caldwell, many others of W. rlsburs. blr years of his life In some part of ed t moe to town In order to give eexta and In all parts ot the country both Montlcello. I1L Ml Caldwell building;, first tho house of the Lord under the enre tuelr chtldren the :idantago ot betttr of the priest of th Lord It Is the schools. most buggestlve phrase In our lesson, With the Increased enrollment o.' and tho more so when we remember inmuiuh that the kings who reigned nt Jeru r.iini s. ule minus salem were said to .sit on tho throne will not alford sufficient seating caCarried In Stock By $29 of the Lord as king (I Chron. xxlx, 151). pacity this summer, while the new Wo cannot think of Israel ns a nation building In 1'roachersMIIo Is not cen" without a tabernacle or temple n,s a L. In location, being rather AND H. OLE LIVE AND DRESSED dwelling place for Jehovah In their tral enough One of the first commands to on ono edgo of the present district. midst. POULTRY, ECGS. ICE. COAL, from Sdpt. Garland Singleton and Trustee Moses after the dellveranco L'gypt aud the ghlng of the law nt .'. M. Ciesa have the matter undor WOOL, HIDES, FUKS,' mako mo n Slual was, "Let 4SJ sanctuary that I them dwell umong their earnest aonsidorntJon and no may building hero will be SALT, LIME. GINSENG, tho new them" (Ex. ixv, 8). When Cyrus, king doubt Just received a complete new line for Spring, of jflabove of Persia, made u proclamation through- moved to a control location in time FEATHERS ETC. school tho coming term.. his that make. We invite your inspection. RIGHT PRICES out all return kingdom llabylouthe Jews lorWo understand Hint our fnuud Mr. ho said might from that It was to build the house of the I. M. Anderson. or StimlUd. h Lord God of Israel In Jerusalem agreed to' glo n silo on his farm, ft I, Kzeklel xl to xlvlll tells of down the Stanford pike Is to bo when they thoit distance the tcmplo that from. thlB place, ror tbo school build1m gathered from all nations ne-w shall to be pulled up or scattered any ing, piovlded that It shall bo made a PHONE J'53 more. and be oermaiient. school Eluded When Israel was numbered It wus ichorsWhy not move tho new the law that every one, rich and ixior, tlio new school building to t.. slto should give a half shekel us atonement or Its larger seat money us a ransom for his soul, aud and get the benetlt this money wus to be used lu the tng capacity lor our tali term joK conschool.' Then all togetlioU for a service of the Lord (Kx. xxx, This is probably a part of the money graded school next year. We would referred to In verso 1 with which they have this much, ready-builtowarUB wero to repair the house of tho Lord, a graded school building, at Lincoln for the sons of Athaltah, that wicked remaindof woman, had broken up tho house of county's expense and the The Kind tkat Boras food, Makes no clinkers, God nd bad bestowed the dedicated needed could be easily and cheaply and very Little Ashes. We Give you 72 things upon llaalam. built. On approved security Joash Instructed tho priests aud the Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen This generous oHcr made by Mr. CRAB ORCHARD, Lorltes to go out unto the cities of Anderson is very kind and reilects the Ounces to the Pound. KENTUCKY. whenever conditions Judah and guther of all Israel money be holds our comto repair the house of tho Lord from esteem in which a year .to year, hut this, collecting busi- munity or which he was formerly Preferwarrant ness did not work nuy better than it citizen. The slto offered is aboutithe twenwould bo docs today, aud after moro than center of tne district, and ence, of course, being r pa nwEll- - Make vour homo as modern (or Your family ns a ice, ty year tho work was not done (verses the center or u' mighty good district in a position to get the latest market quotation. II Chron. xxlv, v..- It In an Ideal lo-- residence, nnd place yourself .... u .UUV .... given to our regular ,f. bo aceotnplilied by means of our telephone service STANFORD, Then Jebolada, tho priest, took a KENTUCKY. comparatively short: at any time. This can chest, with a holo In tho lid, aud set ration. Only a which you aud your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with depositors. It be&ldo the ultur oil tho right side as distance from the Crab Orchard and the benefite received. Cull or address our nearest office or write lirect to one com.tu Into tho house of the Iord, lincaster pike, which runs through leadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Iw. and they made u pioclamatloii through our village, and yet far enough.' awa If.you arc not at present enjoying telephono service, we Judah and Jerusalem to bring lu tho Irom the disturbing intluences which raerLine" rate. of Kentucky, SPECIAL EXCURSION can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States offering that Moses had commanded, or pupils Irom nnd Tennessee. Mississippi, Louisiana nnd tLe Southern portion& of Indiana gathered money In distract tho attention ind tints they EAST THNNESSHE TEL. TEL. CO. wrought, their studies. Stores or shops not ibuudHiice, und tho workmen und the work wus porfoctod by them close, and automobiles do not run thla nnd they set the house of Ood lu his way er often. itnte nnd titrengtbened it (verses Such n district would contain a suf- II Chron. xxlv, liclent amount or taxable property to 1 have porsouully tried (ho box ut easily maintain u graded school. It STANFORD, KENTUCKY tho door plan for than offerings, for or pub-lit- bcuellts leeolved at the hervlees, the albo contains a large number spirited citizens whoso gcnoroslty mouey to be glu'ii to missions to help Round tell tho ginu tidings to otuers, auu it would piompt them to uso their efRound It Is many a forts to secure tho blessing of fcucli has worked sph .idldly Trip Trip long ojr sin o I uwr solicited money a Bchool to their neighbor's children from any one personally or permitted even, hod they no children of their any one to go i . collecting, und we SPECIAL TRAIN find there Id no need of It. Tbo wick- own. 'Ibis is u most opportune tlnw edness of Joash, after tho death of ror agitation of this most important Jebouida ut the ago it ISO years, and luebtioii. Will our friends put their bis murder of the son of Jebolada and shoulder tfTTTie whind aud help all his Idolatry aio written In II Curon. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. they can? If you cin't help do not Klv, hinder. L. R. HUGHES, NHS I THE FARMBRS WE WILL DELIVER SUNDAY SCHOOL. PUBLIC SALE! Meats & Groceries IP W. N. CRAla, Octrilkt and OstlaUn 2.1-- Just received the latest in by-bi- 24-8- Neckwear, Belts, 5. 2 Bau- - deaux, Bags, Veils, Kucning, jaDois, etc. We invite your inspec tion. , HUGHES, MARTIN & - j 2H-- st-tr- 3-- 1 Hlnn-fnrtt.K- h. on 2 CKX, LS TIME TKBLE X L jr)ii, tfi3, 4 25-t- f ,, i2 I s OaPJXY mammmmmmmammmuwmmmmmwmt S. D. CARTER. lin-caste- GO TOJW. H. For Your l Disc Harrows, Smoothing WITHIN YOUR REACH 10-12- Harrows, Corn Planters Riding 1 Cultivators, Walking Cultivators FREE SAMPLE OF LAXATIVE Lincoln CURED THEIR CONSTIPATION County And you will fiadjthe best line on the market) ? ). National Bank iktp-tlcaJ- W. H. Higgins. thirty-sevent- h 200,000 I ). Looking For Spring Suit ? 1 i The M System Clothes L. SANDERS will fill the bill. We Want Ft uduce e Stylish Fitting Garments Latest Patterns, Well Tailorefl. L. L S ANDERSJCrab Orchard, Ky ra ti B. Northcoit I cr T. KTudon'Mgr."" - ). t, We are showing many styles in our SELBY LINE of Ladies' Oxfords. Their quality is unmistakable as they are structed for endurance as well as ap pearance. Compare them with others and you will want them. WE MAKE LOANS it W. E. Perkins, J. H. Baughman &Go CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, April 23rd I RURAL. TELEPHONGS 4-- IlHnoLSMES $ ilSffliniN JtjSfif't rU. &ii$i 0-- "FIRST NATIONAL BANK, - - - $50,000 SURPLUS EARNED $25,000 CAPITAL State Bank ft m , Trust (o. Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. 15-2- Organized;in:i882. Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. itmm 'cmi Hi :v