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The Stanford interior journal: April 28, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911042801_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 28, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SsA rff. - VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. The Stanford Interior Journal. 33- - STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911. EVERY TUESDAY. AND FRIDAY. f-.- - I f cnndlclabr.t holding yellow tapers QCrilK H TAME loaded in yellow at either end ot tho uLLUIMI uAluij Tim nrw liu Hi Iiish nt Kllxlr Serines Event at the State Capital Tuesday Evening tublc wero ulnglo crystnl candlesticks THE FAR PACIFIC . James Woods nntl Ininllv or Stan- - ,IU lllM'lll Ct'lHI'lUlWll (IIIU IIIU II ..... ..,..., OF SEASON HERE llf'llU.-l- l J with tapers of yellow tied with bluel Sunday in our cu iia- improvement over all tno others. Kv- "iwni bowB. Tho silver ano cut glass! tullo ""' 'Mrh K- McCornmrk Piy(,nB H rvdcnclnR the most OY P'1M,I DESCRIBED INTERESTINGLY comporta holding yciiow ros0 mlnta WILL BE PLAYED SATURDAY on West Main street. MeMULLIN ROBERT ccsMul season In Its history. Duo ana otner confections. ' Mr WH AOAIN8T SUE DENNETT for Q'etal titlct. of their ojfonlng will bo Riven MnU KDK,emnn fl?o2AAiiYA Tho cntlro bridal party were scalMEMORIAL C. U. JIJirH u pro,pt.rmlg merchant at Ml. , U0lt. co,umn(, in ho near future ed around tho board nnd a lunch of u,em SCARED P ''' cntlr u,k hf K'M'lH These people deserve a liberal patron Country I'lir Lebanon F.nterprlse has Jus. Club croquettes, pimento gono nR(, ,, t,ey w, trpnt (10r R,Mtl, published extracts fron IcitcrM recow t Mm. N. Mccarty and no chceso balls, stuffed tomatoes with Tll0 sccond ,jalI Bamc or the sca ' d from Hcv. Robert J MrMullrti and to Somerset to rebido. much betier than any former owner mayonnaise dressing beaten biscuit son on tnp oca, grounds will bo play Kmma' , , wlte. rwiArrlr .Mln Geneva I still rorging to the front r UlMe. trlal . and wafers, Individual Ices nnd cakes C(, neM Saturday whe. tiio strong . . .. who recently sailed to- t hlnn ,,. , , . ""i,,.,.,...,., 1, emut r wcro served by Mrs. Charles Saffell n;no from tno Suo jjcnnett Memorial boon op wugbt here and both ure very well Hio.k of millinery hai. Just most beautifully. Institute at London will como for a known line, the story of their voyage filed up there nml spring hatH nru Tho bride's cako wan a largo whlto camo against tho High School club, mmns the Pacific will bo Interesting likn hot cakes. New resldenceH ' ono with llllles of tho valley tied wun HONOR ROLL OF STAN- JR He writes..1 I J rV.iders. stanrord Is going nttrr big gnnie this are going up nnd the demnnd la stilt The ctplaln and officers wcro KiiK- candy ribbon ornamenting tho top. FORD SCHOOL Beagon, and gorae of thc boyB aro nu, incicnslng. B I1M1 and the crew chiefly Japs nnd rubles nlong the the mtiro length ting up blgh class ball, Tho blood hounds wore called ihlmse. who gMke broken hngllsh of a largo hallway upstairs ooro the Coach Uoliannon returned homo to Il.-rims- p.are near llurnsl.le anluruny wnero wete bridal presents, which In number and Frankfort last week, ,, ,.Kilteen mules nnd horses , ' onffpra. iinHt of them Jtw ,)lirn tils work was ,mhlll,i via Hour Koiik. nnd are em niuooi lor me inoni 01 .vinrcu in as nttractlvcTifta havo not been equal- pood nat tllerG wn ot jt j,i,t the Tho trnll vns riall ver ployed. In the government sorvlco. A ....... burned. led in Kentucky in many years. Hun- - mmy wenther knock-- c the boys out ! ... ..... ....... , .1 n l.fllitlli. .. i uuu r..fl..t....il luuy iroin I inr 1, . iuni.11 .....I ,u....v... wltlinnl Tin. nli..r. J'rinmrv Kiilliprlin. Jinici, i.uciioi dreds of guests attended the rccep- 0f so much nractlcn while he was ber . ..r n ..i.v.ll.... I. p,.lni in r..ldo with .. ..... .n .n.Mi.i,r,, ', v,(),n K,nwn- - roiiftw KIhIi. tfon to shower congratulations nnd tbat they havo not gotten tho form VW)rU ,m,k t'"rle''' kcr husband who has chargo of the ,K,nf BU,BIU" 'leper colony In Manila. iouv. wisnes upon tno happy nnd Mhlch they showed last year. j..ry will AHelnldo 1'roctor, Leila Kaney. day at sen we encom.l the party In charBo On tfc third rto i AmwU popular young pair. . ,hft Thc i,lc. BChj(X)i tcam , ...rIWoU. l.onry auK..n, J.mo. I.atr In th0 evening, Knsign and 'strong Central University team tho . . jf jb ilVl( ID ki i ini i..i U.uiKlinjan, Addison Hell, Uatownod .Mrs. Sauiley drove to Lexington In BCare of its life last Monday when jjhlp. Thp captnln stood on the bridge it ft toW Umt without extra rate, or . , ,,,,. , an iiikiii nim uy imyiiKiii. ui- - ff an automobile, and left Wcdnesd-ilieurir nin..,,, liudzlo), Oscar Daley, Hubert l.'mbry, played in Danville. While tne local churnlnB nil t .0 Tv. ,,,., (). the ftltytwo pa. , w.nd mmlerated Klflo JolW,llllno Uoot;i, morning for New York, where they yS were defeated by 8 to A, until week only seven appeared nt brook to twelve pounds of butter "'t'10"- l,u Hniltb.i wcro attendants at tuo wedding of tile seventh Inning they wero in tront I am Rlad '. ' "k"1R- to w.y HIld ll0 not for alc. i.u.t next mornliiK tr........... Knsign Shafroth. a shipmate of Kn and it looked like they had th0 " school itr J." ;'-Th,. proKmm of the tilt-lSatifley and a son of tho Cover- - leglans beaten. Pitcher Kmbry had l'rnu0 n .MarRlienic .MCiurc. ni-- , l.n I...M l.prn Mav Hid ...i w.. r..ntir..d I llniiiitiilu. Our first convention to Marie lie Hirnier, Joanna Ilallou, nor of Colorado, to an eastern belle. BUch heavy sluggers ns Seelbach on .., Inn. mmiu lh nnrln'rii 4ili nnd f.th. will bn as follows . VIp Ooso bniltli. They will spend thevr honeymoon in hfu staff and struck out a total of ten ., M.. "tf Wednesday May .trd nt 7.30 .oubt of MoU.kal. the lepei colony u, It ' IAlma I'nml ,,,,l, 'f""Kret. Snanks, IxhiIho the east, until May 10th when Ensign men. tiMiKiin Hum support caused the Iail J" "utS.000 acre- - Hniocatlon Itcv W. S. Willis. w.l. . t. Uiand. embrnclng Home Wnlers. Kthel Ureedloxe. Mary I'et- will tave to report to his ship feat ot tho local tads, MrH '0nU,"Mr8, U ' "' -. ".i! Farmer. John ... the Battleship iKansas for a cruise i n uni n closo game from start to urimf, V .... ....... ?S' t.i..(.u.... UJ ll. r.'tt .IIUl .r....l to the Baltic sea. Mrs. Saufley will 'finish. Not until tho eighth inning -wall o K I'fiice, Umdetlo Ilrlfiht, William Talo. iii! Ill land br a precipitous story of Jubilee" Mrs. Sarah . . iMyp,'.. return to Kentucky to visit her par-- ; was the game cinched by C. If., Tho tirade 111 Sam Craig, frank hick wuiie jw icei niKii, .uiwu a Vancoy. tlioUBoml etvr live In two separate Treasures Mrs. John T. tiay cuts at lnuikfort, ana ner husbpndV .Cnherslty team took the field at Krnncif. lormnu), .Mary lllll Obi ' MllarcH. At the entrane ot llonoln relatives at Stanford, until he is backj4:;r with S 11. S.. at the bat, Wat-fiolloekor, Waikur IlubliU. ' Mary Ore- - '" ivhn frmn India-M- rs. lu harbor a yellow flac was hoisted SMtirders, Sophie jcrs, (he first man up got a hit, on his cruise In July. Morris Jackson, mil the steamer stoppee until revoral bicy V -k the. arm stole second and third and T health officers tame iilto.iru anu senn : Clay Knitfl Entile Wearcn. .. . ." . ; .. s. r Jubilee Appeal Mr. sV?.dRA' r tfc . ' f.! . . .vfiRnri, "mnrwrw ""j ed lr naseiiKers who were aweui lirttUv IV Hester Anderson, Mary' .scored on, a wild pitch by Tolln, Do- Ar-!- i' OTTENHEIM . iS1 4 iet . were in.n. They bled In the dlnliiK saloon Uler was then presented tflth baso Oir IVik. Tllden Cooper, Alllu It. Klsh. Adjournment rMin satisfied wt. hnd no eontucioiu lphn Ktiwle, Tholma Kraiiel!', Itachei Kev. I'. Usmond of Danvillo will 'Lalb, McC.irty laid down a nice sacn-Usgave tho cnptai,: I , ' wc x2rs-J4iA,. vIieae8 aboard and Thursday May 4th at U.16 A. M. mfX'X.' Father Leo this week. clean papers. Soon wc were nt tb Hill, lttiby Hilton, John Kohl McKin-lej- , , lice, advancing Dozler to second, Colo Invocation. j iiuck which wn thnmced by u motle) Virgil Moore, Willie I'epples, hit easy ones, to Angle Carpentoi U recti K by Alls irowd of men of virions tiHilonalllie! ,j 1 lenth .Tolln and died on way to first base. .i Secrnnce, Annette Wenron, licfcponse Mrs. Clarence Talo. Faster Sunday. innny In their fhlrt sleeve uud wear 3, l ,, Clem Hill. , Mr Uen Ilcnyen, ot Chicago, is Dnsher, lor C. U., led ofr with a e luc stniw hat: tl-- vomen all wore Ht'lKirt or Auxiliaries mid circles Itlng his sisters .Mrs. Wentzel and nlce bit through short stop. tirade V. Holrfirt lArnoIil, l.iwtlp nother bubbards ml I lie hlldren a I lllstrlLt reHirt Fox- MRS. RICHARD CASWELL SAUFLEY, crowd Hfmed hiurle carment Hie llrlsht. Motrin llruce, .Minle !Mrtn:rn!.3eoS to Dozier. Clrule work. " Nee Ml.'s llelt-I.Hpli) and nil were shouting. ' Aloha' Oltear. KntneeH l.'inln). Hennle Uoodf, .Nsnry ot K. McKluncy, Annie It I'owoll, Ada Alohn' ' iwelfome' welcome' ) 8U nl .antl was MUt out LV Dozler a second. .Stanford Irinnds Faster Sunday. us r."t Into nn automoiiile nnd took n ' 10. 4i InteresUim Voting Women 1'owell, Alice Tamuie Clarence Sin Frankfort, Ky., Apr "JTere followed by the matrons of hem-- ' Mrs. Kearn was In Crib Orchard Wilkerson reached tlrat on nn error run turougli the city which Is well -- Mrs. John T, liay. gleton, Leonard llallnrd. out was lorceu out nt second, Dasher beauty or: Mrs. Ixiuls Hasktl. Jr., of Mem-- , ; ' "V1"'1 "." Never was the firr.-tue-t: atsy uHRied the "I'araillo nl the, i'hciiic Crimes. Je.n IMx l)r. Malloy ot Lexington is Here ... .... r Will .Missionary work idtieajx- - the ton, No l'scrlptlon Is ndemmte ?ti. Honolulu .MtKlnuey, all, chivalry or thc beloved South rM. Tcnn., and Mrs. HoUert 1.. Lottie Nellie Hill, . after his farm and is well jfcoisou wt.s Wllmust le seen to tie nppreclftte.1 Tho Miung women II) Mn. CUII thrown out sccond. witli .i ,h,,',mn f ,nin min, , .n'l'leased .Inrolmthis countrv. Inff Inat t In the Second limine:at Penny wn Adella Hussell, Clinton Coleman, Unit i,,.i .,.r.. iv.,iMik -- .,, H.'iniPk ol r0'Hl palms, the pnrfenlon i3ms. t nnrt clilldrnn !ra. well Shanks. unwers in vyrrj nue. ni'v minium ill the beautiful marriage ceremon) tinue color of gold aud blue m their itMn". i II fi IVwm I fMfirh lior tit iftlT lint , Slt for Cincinnati to Join her hus'-'h-. iv lil. r IJ r ur I'll nib vine and tlee In lrtl al I l.ln i Ilrniln VII I'rnft.Mttt Ilrnwti I'ltiii.K -. atin hnH "" -- "' "- - nlso was touched . S. Wlltts, Her tiiwd: """ "'" l.fe1kAl,crtormea norc on la6t TWT-fTi-l!ow- ii Time wit.i the brides-mvMt typlcul 'm- lsand di.HeH. in side by Tolln, i imn rnoi I bn-.-n the .trltlc . II s. Sox by. Her Mouey '"B. April Cth. wluci united in wed maids carried gold basksts ol yellow ,, Kmbry wcrltlced advancing both run. .. (har Riauie on eve Vln l0Ck'S Kn,,8n one base. Fenny scoruig. ' r .UI J" CMWC" Sau,,ey' f U'8 Un,leU State8!wlt" " llow f,r tuIle ou lhc liandI era' " consecrate urrT-- Il. M. Wal " de Uwcted an easy pro.,nder to Darter "'!Ine?- the inuU- - ' .mm u. NaVy. nnd 'Ne lu o communion auti was ou. nt fir8t hlanday Bon ot the late Judge Mlcnh. Preceding tht brldo was the gracelu'tul pslw srounds with m.ignlflcetit. ker. V. M. Tinder. Mtltoberts, llessle M.H.re. Mur M. Chrton,Bn wide spriuliiiR banyan tree,, and Uih Mlzpnli llcnedlctlon. sautler. of Stanford, and' maid or honor. Mis Margaret BullItt.',,';!yJSr about It ?" ?h hL, SylvKr In the latter half or tho second in- Kanoy. Vcrna Kout. Maymo S ug eton. i u' "e u Honolulu ever A family arranged and mw.1 Inier- W. Va.. w.o.,e gown ot,,. something beautiful and all aro uing. with the bases full. Kmbry gave Un- - imM-Kl i.mnn. Kfrto Ilaughman. H,v ,'88, ,UeIc" 11"e"O Ileal, gold covered with a tunij Welcome to attend. tlng program hiut .yrcit prepared Dasher a base on balls, forcing Las- Known llelgUs wher ,...,,- - H(,i,or. cart ns I'aclllc ' inounialti behind the city to x point lor each duv of the convention. Kcty ,.' pcr' ,, ,rry tlila city, a member or Kentucky's or gold beads was uecomlug to tici MisB Albertlna Shaffer Is expected tiug to bcore. -too carrlc uibunal t,lr,co,,r, or . basuet or ,to :;eauty- . romance Route No. 1. relng .nor the folllowlng Innings, on well bunch ., , ,. rZ mn . mt0 a crowQ. .of youngsters gather-:t- o i . ... h . . ..i in.. .. i . .. ... . .. .1 nc.ii - ...miT: . n anwnnin. whero tho gallant young men ot the' Miss O'Kear on the firm of her diss- - ...i ...u.ivjum ...t...v iv .m itiio. tk. an. the rlu- - nnd oeeau from it ftnndard mileage of 21 miles will be man. glorious impor.ima which utterly beg- - gin Kriny or navy mo coacerned, wn? tingulshed rather. Judge Kdward C.' Singleton and bride. ot next month returning from Stanford got together again In the Senior. Joseph topper. .Mrs. Arnold has been very blck lor deeriptlon It fs sa.d tkere Is . beautitully Interwoven In this wedding U.Itcar, camo next and Knsign Han- some two Ar,s ll;lsn regidence sl.ovlnn L'olenlIln scoring on C. U.'a orweeks nnd is not much i.ot a grander view in me vorld. In oi onp of Kcntuck's fairest daughtera fley was attended by his best man, iter at this writing. ot aa ',,,r "" lor. teeiuach batten ror Dasher In thc rcrbor lie the ships . many tin. MRS. J. F. COOK DEAD. and ono of her most brilliant and gnl- Knsign Marshall Collins, of Ktch-lun- t latter halt of sJxth, but was unablo lions, while the lurb'iru encircling department. to touch Kmbry's speedy curves. sons. It was a full military af- - mond. r. O. S. r.ofs If r iirktd far and near bv lines illlnms has returned HUBBLE C. V made three runs In tho eighth "" Niiwh hns been received hero or the ar, with tho groom and his grooms-- ! snow while fiNiui. ontrnstlnK beau- - ,rou) .,.., ,.aB. aml ot e follll,,,n The exquisite brunette ueauty oJ on good hitting and bad Holding by ,........ euuuii'-elituiiv witn the oceans vnrying lints ,.. . ., . ....... ,oiiriiiubii ,.... death of Mrs. linra Prances Cook-. .. n- ... i rn . ,i. .i..- - ..... .i.i. mu " uy mu mui,- nun immur "' uim..-iou' I """' "urniK .11 i meruld and blue imie boys. On either hand u l,lllr "u,l,u B0 tho Atlantic lleet, ana tne xlulslle ber bridal gown and It was a magni- - There- was no preaching at McKlu-dre- the Sianlord had another fluo chance are itely vtlleia gre.u wiih crops ready to serve all patients thatcall. "ut "' ' Stanford of Hawaii n staple Uio. a largo carrot V. S. WIIIIh will nreach nex """ I'V.xington on tne ie-- bridesmaids, their gowns ana gar- - llcont creation, being jn Imported Sun- - "' """-church Sunday on account of to bcore in the ninth but couldn't shaped root, ten or twelve incb.M long day mornlnK a, Husonville on 'irckel" un l,lk,!- The funeral make it. Tho game ended with (J. U amj8, In the gold blue or the Navnl band embroidered tulle over charm- - the protracted meeting at ia(tht ln.hj In Hln. ii tul frnrti n leading with a score of 8 to 4. .Mrs. Nancy J. Sloan lu very sick ,enso satin with a court train. A tullo n.rtei. tinth hj iric.d dried snd "na ul Willow drove church In the tt,,r' ,leId at "le residence Wednesday Academy. Considering that It was a colllcgo alternoon at o'clock with tnlenueiit No night service. All Franktort turned out lor tho veil with a Jullctto cap of pearls with la grippe. KtoiMitl Ki.nind for m.iklnic bred alternoon. team playing ngalnst a '" ,,lc fal"" I(,t ' Lexington teme- - Biadsome occasion, wHllo many of 'to crowned her fair brow and fell In The ladies ot McKendrio's church team, tho S. H. S.. made amen scnooitho principal streeL I Nuanu. Ullr rl(v .hnuiii hv all menimYnvo fine snow'Mjr- put a new carpe, on the floor P oremost families of tho state camo i.racefu. folds to the bottom of -- tock law until the work of imf I.VI 'h om -. irom far and neiir to attend tho brll- - gown. Sho wore a -nearl necklace, a,i and varnished tho furniture. r hnHU.-. ..... ............. .... i.irs :. 11 UiiE nr in., I mi "....- - ..... i..r MW..W....... ...... nirtRwniUK nr. pnmnii.tf.ri. TI..1 --- vn emboweretl In (i prolusion or kptv uow mi( jUHt uid in tront or the, a. i nankin sold some lib pound far uul uiasseu proper support. Mc- tnj.- - kilt from the groom, and earned a iliant nuptials, and lecepiion.-twere not given nm tloweiH. Olir dur's outln, will l.og8 at 3 ICarty played a good game nt tlrst jan.,.,,1 cents. bride nnd groom held afterward, tit bovver boquet of valley liille.s. wa bad, CUrs,,an lom b remembered us one of novel . cows curcu . (ltocacnBtle County.) Squire Mckechnlo sold It. U. Urat- - "na was nls thero with "tho sticks". Immediately after tne wedding the tho palatial homo of Judge, and Mrs. and U08K talking on It bo-iand pleasure mfre-i- t We returned . It. Drown, the postmttst ' at O'Kear, a short distance otf the Inter- - bridal party and guests took auromo-fto- u borne 50 pound shoats at 3 per tnujJ,h0Je1.hUiaatlraprovcmenu our strampr nnlr trti tnlmitp- - bf- - fore Ii had hardened suflicientlv. is thinking of of locating at 'urban line on th0 Versailles pike, five biles to the country home of tho bride head. fwrn futiing for tounhaiusi. Jupnu, .1.- (Jfeuat two Tno tcam na8 The many frlenibt bere.ot Mr. Hen Ottawa 4C0 tallrs dlrtsnt. In Uis main pis Cum Sulphur and selling goods. Mr. miles out of Frankfort. at "Ulen Air" where a reception was' Wo. McKecbnlo and famil of Mar- - mantes played but are Dractlclnr dailv M. Ashley formerly of wir city aro a tMtrt wns ,,Ke1' takc "-wl" The hour so, for tho aflair was half held nnd the best of good wishes weie collua visited his brttuer James Me- mK anxtousl, waitlnr to welcome him and S fflfeaLm' Ut "i,nf ou ' etAch day indlewtefj nur past seven . o'clock but long before bbowered on Uao happy brtdo- - and Kcchnle Saturday and 8undy. na si noon his handsome bride to Higti School park May 2nd. old ,,0,',,,'' nlflce ',r0 and conduct tho In! Mr. Kiley Brumm'ctt and wife ot wtiiji iMiuts. Wo usually mat atout office and sell gooda.. Thta la n nlco tho appointed hour tne Mothodltrt gioom. The reception mis beld hom. The Score niHiil.-a- l "Wt mile,, every twenty-fou- r 'church van tilled with fashionably tho. living room ot the. handsomo' Stanford visited Joo Urummett Sun- location. Wo are now twn dsy from Ml8S Lornollusof Kewanre. 111., and , bnnr . .i ... rt- ..... . .. . . . ... i. ...... i hiwh.ii uuu uauusomo men. ..... .... recc.vinB .i.... 8. H. 8 AB R H A PO E uuu vue carrietj tno man " iiut siooo osioro VtiloUuiu.1 and recelrn wlmlf. me- - th rHlrainit bllo of that wld awakf. 3rd ,.n4 Mr. J. N. 01 from Ounil via Ottawa, to UrodheaitlThe church oud altor Uecoratlons high baskets of hydrangea spleru inn- vujEfM from Toklo dully. is very slck.l8 At anoa h ..... l ac ri 11 ,....1... KJ.. I. I.. J..ltu V..t..ilu , " . C. Reed McCormaek so far this sea- - daily makes good time even if the, were white and green tho chancel- quJI and' smllux. The chandeliers There was a big frost here Bunday ."".'-r- " """"ft 03 ..2 uioralng but don't think It hurt any- - Coleman if ad- Ho w' ,r.frl....i ..;:I?1'?1U: "xn help having potted palms and ferns com- were draped with smtiax and in tho 01 ton holds the honor or ehamninn fish. roau8 a ..4 .Singleton bj 1 2 ..4 su- - ertnan. He sent home part r Ms irot 'lacoU Kl,ller conduct a singing pletely covering It while tugu masseti Itall palms and apple blostos:a were thing;, Mgit Interspersed. TUe Penny c .. 1 10 ...... ... ..'J .. ilrm t n- nft nn . thft shin nri at nirtit t- . j.... d wuibii ut Krrvfi uuu uwtiv school at Suuar firove t:i Lincoln. 'of Easter liltea mlmrled with tho the decorations. In tho recelvlnc linn1 ..-rf.' --- f V i) 1 41lil . . .. . .. ..4 tllriOA rMmmn.ff thfl flliUlllS Of ileCtrlrltV ATA TrV ftlH- - pass n.A.l.llnM ii.ill Li M,n rnetu.na nl HiMilhnpM dmlh. ulrwi.1 Vnnli.n fin.t Mra Ufl.iri.iu I11.I1...I IMr,-l!l- i ....-- v. -f" wen ruled ft '" ana " 04 nnrt tiiim miiMi measure tneybass weighing half bushel Arcl Traylor bon ot Tom Traylor. which hung around" the walls and the and Mrs. hdward C. ORear. Mrs. Sal at Frankfort gavo Judgment,...u.Uh lMlrht rt & 2n(1 ..3 against p ..a 0 13 1 0 of from two V wttl leave the j i"amrr aTrokri WUs crippled by Jumping ofr of n chandelier in the centor. Uefore tho lie SauHey, mother ot tn,e groom, Mib.(tbe Uoebel Howard Puna Commlsslonl hania nrd r.o by rail to Toklo. Kodo tu four jKiunds. 2S (irllfln,! 4 4 Hi 24 11 H'a and NkasaM wbern i will catch qu of tho best shows that trnvelt. wn8iL yyuct ihe hr."d arrival of the bridal party Miss Itnch. haley, Mr. and Mrs. n.F. Carter, of, for $5,500 in favor of T. II. nnstrong,1 Wo nro due in Shnnghal jj tnu U0Jirjs at Al- - 'd3e or a bard or deep wagon rut ael Settle sang mo.t beautifully West Liberty, Mrs. Ainibtrong. ot Will Harding nnd Dee 1Jc pout)l wilj u AB R H PO A E a,,u Knoxville. Tcnn., .Mr. and Mrs. Stoops of Louisville, for the arrest nnd con- - tinker L'nd ... over caused the tn0 In- - "Protestations." 1 4 .4 1 Wo find tho capUIn and officora corn's Opera house nil next week. The wedding cliorMs trom Loheu- - of ML Sterling. Xrs O'llear was vlctlon of Henry Voutsey and Jlu. Foxworthy It .., very courteous and pleasant, and have Their acts nro second to none on th.v J"' J'- .3 0 0 I , .4 I 1 12 hud n .iy pleasant Journey. - H. Hrovvn, of near Quail is com- - grin announced the arrival or tho wed bandsonio In an Iilsh point lace gown Hownrd. UrUfln will ge fi.700 and willkereou 1st rna,i anii ilo ,,con to Do pr0l)orlv Kirk :trd shoro tor Yokohama cries tho Me- - apprccntod. .5 ,1 Another very attractive I'lulinK a ulce live room cottugo and ding party. Tho ushers, .Mr. Krnest ovei emerald green satin. .Mrs. Cart.r Harding and Armsrong 2,7."i0. v ri" PrltcharU ft. ... J .3 1. Hoge, H. L. Coleman, of ML Sterling, wore an emenild gieen satin vvltli feature Is that general admission tick- - v"l 1" down concreto walks. Coleman rt 3 "J 0 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION! Mr J. William Ilreatbltt. . Mr. Denver black chltlou nnd . oveidresn. Mr.. Lassing ss kt QUAIL 41 02 i'Ib will only bo 10 cents each. ThH jiiack e .. 73 The drys won In the local option H. Coniott, Mr. Prentice O'Kear nnd Sauiley, the mother of the groom vvtw. .s.. a 0 (Jeorfw Cumtiiiiij who baa been HI certainly will fill tho house all week. . ... ... .4 Ilitltifv linnhfrt tf - ft rt nrniinK n Itrtn.- U11U 11 Ina ifriffciil r 'i.nHri r I'n.wi.lni. m Mt f 'tin r .v ax..v.. nntnrnil ft rut .w- - In ml until a In litnrtL oil (to U'lih ilfill jfc) i. 1. .a ,.... fnl. 11..1.1 .1 i'vti Ii I n tin !.. ... ... .w .. . Mm. int i whmj 01 inipyuuiiMiis is uiuLii uBiivr. mr. i ivo rows i irnni horib aro rcbcrvru, 0.. o.jqik-,;- !. if 1 ,.... 1. ... .... ...... ...I.. .. I... u ..... I...I. .. m I11.U...I 1... ...mo lln.nl (I'llan. 10 ... . ... ..... . . . . . . . . ., .linn lld. ...... ..i.b. tWID VTllillVV ....o uwyw-- i UI'll IU illj UI11K U BHI'W, 1 UUV" DU( v. ..v..., ...100 iMDiinlnrt 1 uwu) .1 . uj uuijuinj ..? urovYn, who mib neen 111 01 v.nange 01 program eacn nigut. oe- - vj Tho whole county or Hurriboii Jcnnlo Farrls Kalley, Miss VlrglrAa lngly gowned In black charmeiiBO su.- - my interest In tho Now Stanrord Drug ttibprep'.-is.33 8 8 27 2 euro tickets bo ns to avoid tho rush, :l&- Ii Huge, nnd Miss Sallle Page, Ml6s Mar tin with bended yoke uud sleeve Co., to J. V. Ilrynnt a registered phar- '"t Comrade Hack Dolk who for sover- Uavitl . antry la having a tough 5 (1 7 B !l -guerlte Smith, of Lexington, Mis .Miss l.eonu Carter wore n f.oun ot mnclst, wtl known to Stanford peo-" "mi's aal yonrs lived near Salom church In " time wli1' IiIb dUcl'im- WlUnp my former' KVen Shanklln, of Muysvillo, Miss pink crepo do chine over itiebsailno. pie. lie tmd P. MONEY TO LOAN. y .".".".".'."".I crawflBh put wagon loaaa or dirt la tho Ureon river valley pabsed' qulotiy pink marqulbotto partner will centlmm the business at Salllo Hoover, of NIcIioIubvIIIc. and .Mrs. Aiiustrong 111 over the river nnd to that great bo tho new ditching each nigut. Stolen bases, Waters 2, McCarty, was IiuihIboiiio the bamo old Hand Thanking the pen county rarms, In any Miss Kllzabeth Simpson. Following over pink David Proctor bought a throo year- - yond on Sunday night April 23rd. lie On Lincoln Penny, HrlRbt. Prltchonl, old heirer of Illurord I.ltlrell for 3.". wns In bis 71th yoir and lcavovs amount over $3,000 Unto of Interest the Ilovver girls camo the groomsmen aid .tin.. Stoops wore a robu or white pie for tholr liberal patronage and ask . G 5 years, wittii Knsign IV I. Carroll and Knsign d. u.nniulsetto over emerald green batln lng them to continue same with thojl",s - I'er cent. Term, filetida nnd relatives that mourn ti. M. Kldor sold a cow to C. S. (luynn ma-i..new flint where they will always ro Breatho Hyomel .an irulseptlcjj'air ol Wnneeburg for 50, ono to Felix blfl 'loss. lie wos a gallunt soldier privilege to pay after ono year. FlrftKlrk, In separate riUlea In full nnval with black elvot trimmings. rntn tuo uriaesmaius wun. 1110 inning 100m was ucauiuui nun colve courteous and carqlu! attention, aa pure, pleasant and 'LelTngV the during tno Civil war and participated mortgage. 11 you are in need ot inonayi uniform, Nelson for 135. ' of yellow will loan you up tp 40 per cont of Uio'kowhb trimmed In blue here the bride's table bad covers ti- - I request nn oarly settlement of all jiinoa In the Adirondack?, (luaran ifislSalllo Uontry was called to In several bard fought battles. I Tho center piece was duo tho old firm". AIT accounts and (cod by Penny's Drug Store to end Ocneva Is nctunliy growing bo fast valuo of your land. For further par- - came In singly; Miss Cornelia Cordon twenty-lour- . t.envet drecn to attend the family lurge plaque ot yellow roses and (books found at the drug store. W. IL, (ho, misery of' catarrh. Complete out thoy tleulara write to Q. II. Swlnobroad, Miss Margaret McChord, Misses Mary of A. C. Bowder. The entire family tliat houses are occupied boforo 28-- 8 Ky, tf. 'Pello Hobson and Virginia Nuun, wiui ferns. Knclrcllng thfb wero crystil OTJannon. nro flnlshod. There are not enough Attorney, tlt il? Uatra- bottles an cents. , mo 111. VOYAGE ACROSS HUSTONVILLE !drtha?renlauhlK7o,ncomelho,,ciO'Rer--5anfle- y .,..., Nuptials a Brilliant Social rf" ,,.i .., ' - suc-RE- "'d '"j't. ,,,, -. feift.t a.'.ti e ufw t- .w" 'M - tiim0' J 1 - nnn 'IT0"" .:" '" ''"',. ,(. ' ,... eer m. Tijatt. y -. - 1 ...T".."!. "".Z .!-.- .. '"" ''". l"?n - col-sig- n '"' -- I. .'... . '"r'iJ::: .,.. ,' , Cor-il.e- r, rT" r-."- v J-- , .jBsatirTv s Aas . " - ".. v zr lt 11 Vf f- -; " xfW4Kr ZZlTxTLZ eXrtalLome Weton i'-a- t. ,.' i tlrle VI-M- c ""' - "'r ISrirtei'm'.Th frrihr; Wwm'ZhmnnJmi "V- - '''..,., :,",,. ?,iSM l'' '"""" L,,;. ... ,, ww,ti.ui k. I anu-toget- ber J "-- M-- ry mZ xisi cr.,,r?,g.;rr.p ... ..... .,. ... "rnl in m- iM ';sr """ 1 1 t t. VS"'" ',,,... "y f - , - XdS Diii-iiuii- "" it . Was , ., mti r;rl sss ...... irnfrs Kii .h' - I .',.;u ro.ot - - ,., "-- "ii"" 1 v sen-vice- s n. VrV.Xc! i crt thee !,....: TXeTnlZl .., a-- 4 n InoTclir-B- ' H0T ., g nls-torm- ,,y '". bwu , -- n V;r. "'.''' 1." unry ;- ... .,... ," " .....,. .v- --- r itot M 11 ,, t"lK 12 J I- .. . ........ iv s -d ''' '' i.u ... v..v,. n.vi .,... ... ....0 rrv .... n . w :n 11 llioiiln . mm-sallu- i- "'' "' - 11 - J-- - FOOD FOR A YEAR MmI Milk The Interior Journal. Established 1872 M. VtttUblts F&s..... Putter...... ........... .. ...... ....300 IN. StOqti. 100 lbs. 27 dot COO incut in tae Deniuatiary. llut no ono has ever been convicted, and It questionable whether any one over will be In the natnro of things, It Is dtiricult arc lbs. This represent a fair ration for a man for a year. But some people cat and cat and grow thinner. This means a defective digestion and unsuitable food. A large size bottle of 8AUFLEY,... Publisher to obtain tho evidence, unless some participator In the crime con 111 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE guilty fesses. But even then, the Juries wll. Entered nt tho nostoftlce at not licllcvo such n witness. This has tord (is second claw mall. In the Unimex been demonstrated case In Illinois. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge. s Tlip lobbyists and are HON. CHAUur.S A. HARDIN, of Mercer County nil ns well known In Frankfort as any 18HELTON brlbe-glvcr- May Musicj ! Festival I j At Louisville May 4, 5 and 6. Five tlrand t'oncertsj Three Nights and Two Altemoons. LANCASTER Catholic, serif Iocs were held taut week at tho resldenco of of Mr. niul .Mrfc. N, Miller. 'I ho Chautauqua Circle met W'edncs day afternoon nt tho homo of Misses Mnrthn and Helen dill. , Nelson Marsee, Marksliury, of bought a horse for fllL'.no. Miss Nelllo Illgglns wno has been a student nt tho Itlchmond Normal school It very III at her homo near Point Lent ell. She is a sister ol SHOES : DMMROSCH : And tl.n New York Symphony Urohestra, SHOES ones SHOES for Comfort, Dress, or Protection. They come first. For dress and comfort you want the WALK-OVEYou can find them at our place in both Low and High Shoes in Vici, Dull Leather or Patents, at 3.50 $4 and $5 the pair. The Old Man's wide toe, low heel, Kentucky Flat in both lace and Congress at 3.50. For a first-clas- s, easy servicable Work Shoes, The Menzies is the best, at 3.50. Come in and look at R. A DANGEROUS EVIL. Scott's Emulsion equals in nourishing proper ties ten pounds of meat Your physician can tell you how it does it. FOB BILE DT ALL rmnaOTSTS tM.mt. for Mr of Brad 10o., nd CMld'i SktUh-ltook- . twMtiful flaflif. KmH bnk contain. Good tack Trnnr. SCOTT & BOWN& 409 Ptirl nn 'rIrn4 nik St. New York Nelllo was out riding ono day with her grandmother In tho country. As they passed a village cemetery sh looked up at the old lady and asked. "Grandma, how long Is It after they plant people before their tombstones como up?' IJpplncott's. Often Long Tim. The most disgraceful and dangerou for evil In tlie commonwealth lb thi' Third House which convenes simultaneously with the General Assembly nnd remains In session until the Rnvel falls In both or tho other nouses, extermination would nc- compllsh more real and lasting Rood for the Commonwealth than any mcas uru which Uas been suggested. It Is. however, the most difficult problem with which govenimeJts hn'e to deal Ic has existed, time out of mind In our Rovcrnments, suite nnd national. At Washington our law makers grow rlrh. Poor men enter Congress nnd soon becomo millionaires. The graft In not as creat In the utato as It Is In the national assembly, because tho rule Is wrought with less expend! tnre. Our statutes denounce the briber br, of a , Wature ' or as a felony, punlshablo by confinenRcncy I member of the (ieneral Assembly. They fill the corridors of the capltoI and are constantly seen on the floor of each House, talking to members In their seats, or when a bill, In which they nre interested, Is about to be voted upon, acting as "whips"' to nsscmblo tho mumbcts corralled by them. Tho members of the Uenernl Assembly see wnat transpires, and jet It Is allowed to go on, scsstou nf ter session, iney know, nnd the peo- plo know, that bills fo.' tno public good are constantly defeated by tlicso bribers nnd bills which are often evil become laws by their niacilnatlous. Declarations in platforms will only aid to crcato public soniiment against this growing evil. Tho real, and it seems tho only remedy, lies with the people. Never elect any man who can be bribed. The voters aro often but In some instances, this deception has been practiced moro than once. Eerybody seems to tin d Louisville Musical Club i 50 Voices. Now Albany Mendelssohn Choir, S0 voices. 450 Choruses, Children s voices, from Louisville Public Schools. olces. Mine. Alma Solo Artists: Oltick, Soprano, .Metropolitan OpcriuCo,, and ft' brilliant array of other Eminent Artists. Season Tickets, Js: on sale Single Tlckots, April 2H. J1.50 nnd fit All wtth reserved seats. popular fiarrnrd's superintendent. Miss Jcnnlo Illgglns. Helntlves noro nave recehed tho following Wcddlnc Hubert Hpenccr Ynntls nnd .Miss Lola jllreed wcro united In marrlngo at tho home of tho brldo In San Antonio, Texas. Tho groom Is n natlvo of (Jar r.ird who has many relatives Ihlng Is there anything more important than St. lloniraro Church Choir, GO ; hero. . jestnto Z For Heduced Kallroad Fares our Looal Agent Ask Address and llcmlt to tll ANDREW BROADDU3 I SU Hldg. Ixnilsvllle, Ky. Columbia - THE VACUUM CLEANING WAGON House-cleanin- g Will be in Stanford the last of this mouth. by this system is guaranteed to give satisfaction and the prices are reasonable. Call upon Dr. T. W. Pennington, who will take pleasure in booking your orders and will give you any information or reference on work which has ' Women s Secrets been done in your city. 1 j Dr. T. Wo Pennington,' Resident Representative. Stanford, Ky. Phone 93. , . mm CLOTHING Be CONVINCED that I can furnist you better styles, better values and better patterns for LESS MONEY than ' any one. You will never know until you see what I have. Absolutely hand Tailored and silk stitched throughout. They range im price from $10 to $30. daughter of n. Collier, or Hell lelllro, Ky., and J II Collier, Jr., son ol Charles Collier, ot Fork llltlge, Tonn., and grandchild ten ot Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Collier of place nppeared In Saturday this Louisville Times. IT'3 RISKY. WC HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUN The, wnmenceinent f'xorrJpes of I.ancaster colored school will be to keep n homo of your own with- when J Senator Thomas II. Paynter in It comes to supplying high grado ply to Hoprcsentatlvo James' charges held at tho court house here ono cv out hnvlng n lire Insurance policy to lumber We know of none that fur produces letters showing ho was ln'enlng this week. Tl.ete. will bo II o cover posH'lo loss to your property nlsh better lumber, mighty few wh graduates who will be given diplomas It ij nn noCMtfnrr n Mfn Iniitirnm',. the hospital when certain voes were Clln ott'f '" ood Hut even where our William West, of Vortland Oregon, but far cheaper. Delays In taking out taken. n policy nre dangerous. Fire Is can bo matched our prlree and a grandson ot Mr. John K West y to nreaK out at any time, ecn witn cunm.t tllvo us jour next order and- ot this city died in n hospital la Seat iiiu I'vct, CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK hit ..iti isniir notice hew much less It takes to fin tie, Washington of spinal meningitis a policy In a good company cbonply Itli a Job und how much smaller the W. S. FISH Ho was '2G years old and leaves a .'7j Cattle bill Is. Cincinnati April j wife nnd ono child. Ho was a son 9S6; market dull wd weak; of the late Hov. West who held n J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. fair to good shippers 4.7Mi&.7&; com, government position In Panama where Hogs UecolptB Edward J. McUermott, one of tin; u.on $2.JbtfJ.0l. ho died of yellow fever alter a brief loading uttorneyB in Louisville and a 1,503; market quiet, 5 cents lower, Illness. high class democrat in every way. butchers and shipptr W. S. Ferguson of Covington was Sheep itecelpts operated upon in a has announced as n candidate for the common $5(16.10. Cincinnati ho democratic nomination for Lieutenant ii'J: market stead, ?23.C0 pltnl tor nppcndlcltls nnd his many Wt rln pMlllon In do nil kinds nt (iovernor. Many of the leading uemo.Market steady, ?4.7bEr5.0; sprint; men i lliock Work, '.friends hero nro hoplnrr for his ulti ml. lu Ihi, wm cnu mitkK any thing from crats of the statu believe with Mc- - lambs dull and lower, $6$t$l). bout down loafmco pott. Wo ami tervr mate recoer. yon aroniplljr and iunrnntra Captain Isaac M)crs sold 5 hogs to work and matrrlnl. I'nll nnd t our prlcn bfor you tiny your runlrrlnl at leati. I.nwuou and Hrnwn for C cents. V A Lear bought of James Hour 31 hog1 at l. cents. II. Clay Sutton sold 4."i There is one man in the United State who has perhaps heard Slutifonl, Ky. more women's secrets than any other man or woman in the hogs to V. A. Lear at i cents, country. These secrets arc not secrets of guilt or shame, hut wilght 17'. pounds. the secrets of suffering, and they lmc been confided to Dr. Ci.rtls Hrothers sold 10 250 pound It. V. Pierce in the hope and expectation ol ad ice and help. Logs to V. A. Lear at 0.35. W. It. Cook That few of these women hac been disappointed in their exninety-eigh- t per cent, of pectations is proved by the fact that sold U' porkers ta V. A Pierce hac been absolutely and all women treated by Dr. Lear nt $5.85, Robert (ialley hold 5 W.A. CARSON, PROP. a altogether cured. Such a record would be remarkable if the hogs to same trador at ?&.(io, itobert cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. Hut when that record applies to the treatment of more than hall-a- - milIVuls 110 hogs at t; cents. lion women, in a practice of oer 40 ears, it is phenomenal. Mrs. William Hogle, of .New Orleans and entities Dr. Pierce to the gratitudo accorded him by women, as the first of Is here with, her parents .Mr. and .Mrs. specialists in the treatment of women's diseases. W II Wherritt Mrs. J. C. Lynn, or Every sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, absolutely without charge. All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without Stanford has been visiting relative any printing or advertising whatever, upon them. Write without fear as withMiss Dor.i 1J. Harris, or Danville, was out fee, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Prcst., v'sltlug. her sisters hero for seer.tl Uuffalo, N. Y. UNDERTAKER AND EMDALMER days. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Steele, DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION K STANFORD. of Nicholasvlllle, aro guests of Mrs Offlco 'Phone 167. Home I'Iioiih 3.V vl.oe T. U. Walkor. Mrs. Albert Schoollleld and daughter, of Foreman Arkansas, nre visiting Miss Same Lou Fycrs. Spring Suitings Jtrrt. U. 1J. S!rniVon nud daughter Miss Katie were Waiting in Dan lite My new spriag and summer samples A HORSE'S OVERCOAT Friday. Sipilre anil Mr. James nro now ready for jour In.nectlnn will leao shoitly for a tri. lo tailed a blanket. We have every ''They comnrlse the btHt tin llm nmrim abroad Mr. and'.Airs. AlexDenny, of kind from the llRhtest to tho heavfost. i can suit imone as to price who. had Kiihmoud. a recent bridal couplo are from tho funcy blanket for road use his clothes uiad t orffur. A suit being entertained by Mr. Jnuios II to the plain but serviceable one Denny and daughter Miss Kate Leo tho stable. Kiery kliul of Btablo utensil made to meaMire doesn't coat any and Mrs. Michael Klkln, or Lexingmore than ready maao when ton have been visiting ,aiicnstcr re- too. UooJ, of course, and reasonable and fit Is considered. Comn duality la and In prlco. They h.ivo to bo to conform latives In Lancaster. let me take your measure. to our harness standard, Dr. H C. Hyde, com It tec r slayliiR J. C. McCLARY, Stanford. H. C. RUPLEY, Tho Irnctlc.il Tailor. When t'ol. T. H. Swope, was released from your physician has pre ail at Kansas City Wednesday upon scribed a medicine for you to givliiR bond of 150,000. take, the next important step is to Carriage and Wagon Work done have that prescription placed in the UNDERTAKERS AND strictly first class.. Any catting brokhands of a thoroughly reliable and competent en, mended as good as new. All work pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly as ALSO DEAL guaranteed. We solicit oart of wM,r directed. We have gained an enviable reputation ER IN FURNITURE, patrenage. for always being: very careful and painstaking in J. H. QREER. our compounding and feel that, in all justice to your RUG8. THEY WILL own good health, yu should bring, your next prescrip6emer iBt, Stanford, Ky. inEXCHANOE FURNITURE tion here. Here, too, you will And a complete and viting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, FOR ALL KINDS OF 8TOCK. TO MY LINCOLN FRIEND8 perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE 1 Ms otv loontod on Kourtl, street. dcoratSn we csrry and recommend For Interior wiU tls heat equipped stablo In Ua-vllle RIGHT. ALABASTINE. Ux beautiful wall coating. Call aa will Wo tad to seo ro.t at and see KMnplcsof tints aid ask us about it. : : STANFORD, KENTUCKY. any time. Ad wlU show tho ladiei especially oounoeus treatment. Johnston Collier, I I re-itI like-'lumb- er i ' derstand, except the voters themselves, the nature nnd character of Ihe legislator elected, ifo la a good lellow, or has had large experience, This seems to bo thought sufficient Until public sentiment demands more than this lobbyists w.u nourish and l.rlbcry continue ns In the past, t'he people only can correct this evil by sternly scrutinizing the character of candidates for the legislature, and refusing to nominate or elect any man with the smell of flte on ills paruicnts. Make thn position of ruprescntall o ono of high honor. See that he Is not only honorable, but also that he Is capable of understanding the laws wo have and tho effect of those that may bo proposed. Members are sometimes seen at Frankfort who are not capable ot making good road overseers. liaise tho standard In these respects and bribery will bo banlsned, our laws will bo better and the session of tho legislature shorter. Dermott on the ticket Us success will bo assured beyond nil doubt In No- vember. They say that the slogan ".Mack and Mack" would be a winner, United ttates District Attorney for the Eastern, district of Kentucky, In u slgd card Issued Wednesday announced thnr would not become r. cand idate for the llcpubllcan nomination for Governor of Kentucky. Kdwln P. Morrow oaa '". j nged C5 yearn n real dealer who died at his homo tho past week in Kansas City, was u native of Stanford hnveing moed from Lincoln's capital In lbSS. He Is stir ived by his w ldow and ono lie- phew It. H. Apperson, or Knnsas City Mrs. Fannie Hnmniack Keshler for merly of Paint Lick wnr married In lirownsvlllo Toxns to Mr. J. Cross, collector of taaxes In Hrown count) Tho bride left Kentucky oomo years ago and has taught a number of sue cessful schools In the lone Star state J. II Sandusky wto II cd hern for eover.il ywirs owning ua Johnson homestead on Itlchmond street now the property of W. A, l'rlre died at ter a short Illness of heart disease ngo CC years nt his homo In Jcssn mine county. A widow nnd a number of grown children surlo tho dercas 1 J. JI. rhltlllps them. H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. 1TS8SL Sim Spleiu'dd llKn'ts vt Utile .Mavy Fresh Oysters STYLE. SERVED IN ANY CONCRETING l'nrt-iu.slni-- TRG BG$T LTIGAL - 1 Carson's in PHILLIPS BROS.. TSilFORD J. C. McClary, Restaurant .JiL ' woali. woiuou Strons, Slolt womon Woll. Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded .or'dV0! clSltffl J. L. Beazley & Co MAT-TING- 8, Horse Shoeing, -- PENNY'S DRUQ STORE. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 8. D. F. LOGAN. Stanford, Kentucky Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. -- -. If you want a bathroom that you a lifetime, let us lntal for you NOW. wo carry the best Una of In. terlng, spouting, Myera pumps, att Ta.e Eureka I 'ertrolt Co., a corpora- will one don imd.r thn i.- - .f gut- gra-- Ky., has been Sni1; orentaW "'SlJUuZ W. K. WARNER, UoHrt, Ky. tt n' oM - Uce4 la " . .f. ."".- SUM """. ""." "ou'"' ""JeVOM Uf ajHeudld buslnee. oiiora tb piaoe as t11 rurnlshed and Ue the hands ot ttock ( ' TiM I. ,,.,., Vnr .,1. HaiAaia lfjifsatirnnt ,.7. tinLrcn-- v . " i'. aJtis 7 i gnttrita feM caaac rtit etc are aew for sous. m. WT. ra May lit, 1M, t Wer paraeattvn 24tcUr Hofketf or UaiM4. Kf. wUS. U, rtrArlifl-'i'i'-,i- ' TT ' ' 'i!X'."A'4b; iaysjfvriililialaaf i) r ' t Mrs. Hays Poner Is li. Hot. J. J. Dicker spent sfToral days Wllmnrf Islington nnd Versailles having been called noma by tho III- - m at Louisville, Ky tno followliig nsis of her raottor. (dltorlt comment upon cna Masonic Miss doodle Kodd, or Crab Orch this week nr. w. a-- Drown or rorKsvniet picnic to be held In tho Olarcnco fate Mr. nml Mrs. Jolin H. Wells bavo spent scvral days bore aril, was In town Wednesday. wltn his cou woodland In the coming Juno. Attorney (leorgo I) Florence went.' ,ur'" 'i1"" rrnimitiri, wnrrn inrj In Dr. 15. J. Drown, pr. Drown baa Always Buy 1ht Genuin Tho six Masonic lodges or Lincoln wedding of Knslgn Casattended tlio just returned from Orlando, Kla., county will celebrato tho Hi Joh. to Mt Vernon to nttinil couit well Snutley to Miss Helen O'Kear, spent the winter Ho says day festival with a monster pun Mrs. W. K. Wnrtier tins returned v, tilcli took place last nsRlit. Danville wboro ho that K. C. Walton former editor ol tho dinner at Btantord, Ky., uno 24. T i In Oar- - Advocntr, lionut ntlor n visit to rolntlvci I. J., Is doing splendidly with hi craftsmen or Lincoln county an Messrs. Joseph Wolf and Wesb-rnrd. ranging to recclvo and entertain dally, paper there. people, with jn old liuhh r and M. H. Hinbry, of Hlnnfnril were in town to Messrs O. U 1Vnn witness tlio Central Cincinnati ball picnic dlnnct, In u i cd Kentucky SHORT LOCAL NEWS llnticlimnn worn In tMtivltle Monday game. i Uluo Grass woodlands. In wIlHuia IIim lirill nnlfin r ' Tho unllormed Drill Team from the MIbh I.urlo Kubanks, or Hamilton I will clean nil kinds of hats at J: MM Lottie Carson Is the nttw OolltRf. was nt homo for Masonic Home will no wi.li tnem barber shop Uila week. nt i:.iHtor with parentB, .Mr. and Mrs If. Farmer's nntl They expect to havo nbjut two hun live Burnt ol Mlw Allle Mack Kuhnnks. dred Uniformed Knights Templar lo Uwivister. Let me Insure your noue and barn escort a marching lino of five hun l A B)ecm from i,nncastcr to lli.i byllk? S. Hubert Carpentervisit In Spnrlnnlnirx Courier Journal notes tlio celebration before the fire. R. M. Newland, drcd Illue Lodgo Masons. to frlendB and 0 , for n short There '111 bo present two or thrc attend the South Atlantic Music lty Mrs. Kllza HoBklns FnrrlB of her in 'ninety-firs- t reputation, tho presents In silver, cut speakers' of stale-wld- a Wedding birthday anniversary. lotlvnl. flfo and drum corps, two brass bands, tf. Mlecs Katie Cum nnd l.oretla i'rltli Mrs. V. II. Illprlns nnd daughter, glass etc., at Mueller's n bountiful dinner, ana n whole heart i were the attractive guests or frlendn .MIch L'llznlieth lllgglns, ol Htnnford, Sold by oil lending fiOOO rods to Icnco and relatives here. spent Saturday with friends In this now rendy of American field W. E. ed welcome to all the craft and their friends. It promises to bo ono Vrvqq'isis The Warren Orlgshy Chanter V. 1). city. spent l'erklns Crabfor distribution. Miss Untile Ktibnnks Orchard, Ky. of the most delightful and enthusiasireet Hnturihi.. Onc5JzoOn!y,50 o BoMlo (.'.,reewill clock with Mts. afternoon nt,yci),(;r,lnv wltl rPitlves nt Stanford tic Masonic gathortngs ovor hold In ll) Mary nurcii MrSt wiuiam Warren and daughter. o Tho llaptlst congregation will hold l)r J. C linrker nnfl Judge W. M MrH. Jiinies Menefi-e- , left this artcr-noo- services In tho opera houso Instead Central Kentucky. were hero Thurs Myers, of for Winchester to vlult Mrs, Lu of the court bouse nntll further notice. business. l.iv on Beware of Ointments forCa;rin will drive T.iey tlen lleekner Qood and Strong, or i.oumiiie, wmi tliroKll , jS8 ,ottn warren will Mrs. W. It Ulce, TO TRAVELERS. that Contain Mercury, Ilutchcr Wasn't ttatt n (rood steak I Ye.i u nvrrurr IU mnir ftn"m)r tlw trnrn nt tmD sent you yesterday? Customer- - Oh, It bns hern the finest of Mrs. Hue moth- - Jgo pf) b)t w1 RO ,jy rn), Tnpv 1 am tho ngent In this section i ntrinff it liirmKli lhe mhraw nrfArn. H(Kb ger, went Thursday to visit her expert to be a isetit nuort trree was n good, duruble steak. Life. m nnonii ',itV!',p; .weeks. Danville Adioctie for tho Great American Steamship ' er, Mrs S. h. Owsley ttirf ttoiui from rtpniUbl phjlrln, m tnn rou European points. win do w im rnw i uir lino all to iibir ' llill'i :itirrh eu. DiinuKciurru tiff Irom 1nEcu me, when you think of traveling, tj r i. cory o. tomo, o., ronuin m mw ToOtC PERSONAL and SOCIAL In Its Btntficial Effete t r Srwfws ana frlXIK monufodured & NNA i ' IA1. IfdFJ 4KlNO loWOfH sEKaSS&SRi (JuroMiH Tk Syrup$- Makes Home Baking Easy Royal Baking Powder helps the housewife to produce at home, quickly and economically, fine and tasty cake, hot biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and muffins, fresh, clean, tasty and wholesome, with which the ready-madfood found at the shop or grocery does not compare. Royal is the greatest of bake-da- y helps. e n rti-- '"''" mm MMMMSMSMnoMescsssssssMte Attractive Showing of .i d- W LANDGRAP. WaynetbUrg, Ky. j ! ilk ffi' r-ji- r !ruiluntltiK presents In great variety at Mueller's tho jeweler tf Iiuliat. llunner Duck egg from a rent laying strain ?l cr setting of 1? I?3 !or 1.1. All orders receive prompt attention. Wollonl Lovell, It. F. D. No, 1 Htanlord. Ceoiggu P. Drlglit makes a naive that will euro white swelling carbuncles, bolls, bono felons, cuts, corns, r.lso wlro cuts, harness sores and Ecratchcs on ylur horses uuatanttcd to cure. 5 and f.Oc a box. I O. Hot 19y, 'Phone 20 30-2- 1 loifrntilr. nm diwttr upha muro.ii mrtrm of ibf oitrm .u tbc bur1it llir Ciurrh cure b nre you In Tolrda niifn It ukrn tntml'r nd md OMn, br r. J. Ownf A Co. Trtlmonuw nrt, bntlM. mm J5c KnW by rtrniturtiL fake 11 Kit i runlir riu for romtlpatloa. ixl h 'urr.(.inort amj u tki rt RECEIPTS-FE- EE BOTAL COOK BOOK-8- 00 Send Name and Address. DOTAl ir tKIk POWOt CO. M msji ' VOM. w Mm ! Women's Low Shoes jmm I We call your attention this week to our splendid showing of Spring and Summer Low Shoes for Ladies, Misses and Children. Every new and good style is represented in our stock, and on sensible styles and lasts to fit every foot You will find here everything to be found in the largest city stores and at prices always a shade lets. Do not imagine that we havea't your exact style, but come and see, and have fittings made by our expert shoe fitters. w 5 I? w :U i s ! 8 S m m Pumps of Of Every Description. a KinnOn Kllttntl l lYTOrnS. v. . . v v I IP.S. in . an I fi W J $3.75 Welsh & Wiseman Co., ening shade to match Cnfirt.r.'fK nU'.ff,-OttUlI 'Willi T)m4o in Party and Full Dress Slippers, in otiorv .wW;atw your gown o o o o Q 8 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o l$$li$$iifS$?igi$ff$$$$ia you can sleep oasi when your homo is protected in the Although 1). V. V. Prescription has c("nPMlcs represented by I. 1). Weat been recognized for yeare as tho ono en, the Insurance Man cf Stanford tao "rt- remedy for Kczema. Psoriasis, and all ' l" "" other forjns of skin diseases. It is no CR0MVJE'CCs McDoIaTd, Jn, known that tlioro Is no other wash, even thoso used hy tho ueauty sihj- cromwells McDonald, Jr., a blacl M'.ciallsts, . oil-- that can comparo with this ""rpe, "' i& jm aands high, star In fore V51II11UH, ViVO, J ,a' anu 1B an oxcciicn 'mild liquid for cleansing tho skin ot " f . . Tllmnloa ht.TPlfhnnriH rnsh nnH nil Rim. i""- iinumuuii Hciuiiaid, jr., was sire ty Cromwell McDonald, ho bj Hi, f liar skin aflcctlpns. hy fllncx Squlrre ) Tor this reason alonr a bottle of McDonald, WS. hoMcDonald by lllai ww n. 1). n. ... i,o.ii.i i. ...... nn hn.i m "re." .. ... J,,IUIrrc,1 m.,Bl uara Mur Maro JJg- -J t.wij imuncuura. n uuu .jv uuniu uy iTomv.u 73, uy Washington 01 will show you tho merlt ot this great 2nd dam Smith Maro bv John Dlllnr. ard dam Kavnnaugh's tlrey fSigle, S? remedy as n complexion wash. mi no'fes ,.,;,. D. 1). I), seems cause; bay raare foa,C(1 datn, (ilimmer. Is remove sIrod whatever tho trouble' mny be, cleans- - ington ,14, Washington's sire by C'ron lug tho skin, and leaving It as soft, as el' 73. lBt dam Fayutto Denmark li'J .1 smooth and clear as that of a hcalthv bol.'y Wnsh11,nSon. Denmark 4. i excellent horse will mako tliNi v'' teaf.on of I'JU, at my place. I' ii'livlj ' . uei n - ceni oouio touay nnu Kei-- norm of Crab Orchard, on tto It In tho houso. For salo by Shugais caster pike, nt J15 to lnsuro a colt m . ' ' "r lnoums. a en rotained on coe H. Ta'inot for servlc. Money duo wnen mar . a n ls traded or parted with, carb taKerf V iu incicui q slblo should aLLiut'nis, out not ro?pon any pcqur. Wit also sjindi i splcndd yount 21 w jacK tnreo years old, ID hands high ad 9II fin Uq.t fPrma nnr .inmlUItMn Ml U ahove. Wo need but to call your attention to tho LAWN MOWERS Tho gcnulno Philadelphia Lawn Mower. O CraD Orchard.'' Kyfflp GUSJSEIS2L. many styles ot I.nwn .Mowers carried in stock which nro adapted to any use and ennnot fall to supply every i; rnngo from Lawn Mower need. Prices 53.98 to Jq BALL UEARINC4 MOWERS With many new and up to dafo features which should bo or interest to you jrrlccs range from.... 55 t0 $g -GARDEN HOSE nvcry plcco or Garden Hos0 Is guaranteed. Our special Hoso Outllt consists or CO reet -K bebt 3 ply rubbor hoeo, complete, on hardwood bent hoso reel at j650 o 8CREEN DOORS Mado from well seasoned kiln dried lumber, frco from damaging Imperfections. AP Inch longor and tririo wldor than regular slzo to allow for trimming. Squaro mortised tononed ioora mado inches thick. Walnut Joints throughout, making tho strongest and best construction possible All doors 1 -eWlncd, 4 panel door. Blzo 3x7 foot to S1.50; alio IU 10 lnx7 ft. J1.15 to 11.49. Natural finished 4 pan cl doors, slro 2 ft. 10 lnx7 It prlco SI.10 to S1.3!. rft..,S tux Jsv-- J WINDOW 8CREENS Guaranteed to havo porrcct adjustmentstaeat. EXTENSION Material used la frames is best finished In oil. Velvet, Cravanette, Satin, Dull and Pat- - ft ent Kid; hundreds of styles at James Oarnett. ol Columbia wlio Uirls1 Declamatory Contest Walton's 's seeking the democratic nomination at S lor Attorney (Jenor.it, was hero Tfcurs-.P- . Opera Houso Friday evening M. All patrons and triendb are day meeting tho democratic olers. , expected to come and encourage those The home ot J. C Colson near Tur-,workinc for the betterment of educa tion. ThlH rnntost will ie a irood ono nersvllle burued early in tlio week ab s. result of a defective. Hue. Ho had .Tickets on snlo at ShiiKars" Drug 500 Insurance on tho house nnd constore, Come! tents wklcA was promptly naid b n i Alfrr..! Vrmor hns ilntr a Knl'iaidld ARp1"- - J' !) Woaren 1h0 home O' 2U' nh Prn.llnP nml trrrs.riiiir tho court r- "ransom and that of T. .. Colemai Q? houso yard. Trmil,ln wim th icwer bo111 o Vo6fmit( In Ikscj', also burn lioth had a srral, pipo had kept tho east rnd of tho ed this week, yard torn up considerable, however. amount .C imsurauce. 1 - Mr J. II. Kliher. nronrlctor of tho blu mnll order house at New. Albanr wur here shakljig iinds jlthi his many friends Tuesday. Crock Mr Ilournc Vnnarsdale was here Tuesday on his usual trips. Joe Van Meter of Ixlngton canitev. J. O. Livingston will preach' The rctort3 frrm the didate for the democrat!' ..omlnatlon nti the new church nt Holdam's .Mill1, .. ,. , ,. tor treiUfurer was here .iguln ,t's .Sunday at 11 a. m., nnd at night n'.to ' ,ufr'' " ' ' ' "ac ilr tirand Keep i t ' hernls ry week. He found aeiititnejit here Ider Ktl llubbird r.: preach a J strongly In of his oppt.ie.it Tom Carter at L x.nion j.nd th(V i; Mil- - Crab Orchard Christian eliuri li : s;ilndiI gain during Ilben however. I, ' . iho patt yair i i:ight thousand M.burdlnate Mr. A. (J. ISrider h.: just lejirned with a membership of 712,000r ts' a ... I limn Hnrlnn county where he vlsllcd NOTICE OF OlSbOLUTION. -- . ..I. ...n..iriA... piiwwni .JL inr nit iriniriMufeimiit'iiL hie broher 0. U. Cnde.- imd filenil ; though it Is only 47 nrs old. (J. C. Henslc. Ho savs .'ie work on The Huatonvllle Roller Mill Com! Th' suggestion hsir. Ix.n m.u.c 'bat tle ncw rar()ad Is lirog.usslng nice- - 'party n corioratlon under the Iswp o Xne lyu be """' l''t' 'J l,"0, Iv and bnslness booming. .Mrs. W Etato ot Kentucky, doing business in Year." as this is trie fiftieth .ir.nlvnr W Wnbe, of Corbln, is a guest of her th0 town of Hiistonville , Kentucky., raty of the order. I; In, the in fnlhcr Ueorgo Naylor on Dick's Klver Is now closing up Its business aa a ,ilf s,.rpn.o nfiru that . ..r.i. ,,,. ,.. Mrs. John Uooch and daughter Miss orpomtlon. All persons havlnir claims ,h " " It will present them for pay- Annl0 'Jooch nnd Mlse Chrl&teen ngalnst L.. T. Young Sec&Treas. 22-er me woriu in n ii,iuue innnuvr ment. I5oono was lhc Buest r Mr. and Mrs. Divld uerar Sundjy at Gilbert's "' far i"d-:e- . - I ier ,.., n-.- t""" 8 '""""' 1 The Toughest looking old floor can be made to look like new hard-woowith narrow boards and without cracks, by my Always Ready Process, which my demonstrator will show to any one who who calls on her at REYNOLDS & EVANS, Drug-gistJUNCTION CITY, KY., on MONDAY and TUESDAY, MAY 1st and 2nd. d, i Hi s, I-- CHI-NAME- L. mmEiintrssitnmiMtMmtnmifitMirmflMmir $3, $3.50, $4 and $5. I I ECZEMA CURE A beauty WASH. Von'1 forsotttnt WE ARE STILL 3i 3. "r'r HEADQUARTERS ::: " ii" FOi .... I Danville, - Kentucky. I - Ladies' Gients' . ,,., 9 f'f 1 -- Spring House Furnishing Needs. " "- r.V r AND ' 7" K v- yQ tK!l Childrens? HI S 3-- 4 8 11-2- o o 7 '"LV vvho ."" Shoes Hats ,j 3 High In. In. In. In. in. Ti lnl Zli In. 24 24 '.'8 70 30 Closed 21 In. 23 la. 23 in. 21 in, 23 In. 2Q 2D o ,o o o o a a .a O a a a la. la. Open 33 in.... 37 in 37 in 331o.- -. 37 In, 4a 45 . .... ... ... ... . rrioa S9c .........sai 3Ce 33c 43o In..a. in .. ...46o 63c HAILR0AD PARES REBATED TO OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS AT OUR STORE 4TH AND WALNUT. MAIL ft6KS CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY FILLED. ON ALL PURCHA8ES TO THE AMOUNT OF 9&0Q OR WORE FORWARDING. CHARQES WILL BE PREPAID WITHIN 260 MILCS OF LOUISVILLE. values boalth, good , 'I ihanelv rlcure shonl.- i A well oxerclso. c'luil'P-'.ins 0 a washtub, luliiuggymnasium conulni, pin, aweopor, mop, 0 rowing q mnrblne. and a set of gooc! O dish towels; and then, to complete O th, avstem.. you should COFfEV O CHLEMAM 7wr gToaarlM. ' d "No O O com' O negle. O DETSVS POINTER- S- I --U t fc vAUUmIMC' Z O Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KY. g STEWART DRY GOODS CO., incorporated. Louisville, Kentucky. O O m 10 pound oftr Try Perla chick and poultry fwxi sack 25 hv cents. COFFEY A COLEMAN, I f j t Phmc in. PrMryt OYwi.' -- IS rM M THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNErl A MARX CLOTHIV J.f.H'! c - "h f ". T petition la being circulated nnd ' t i ii'.FC Mm tin, lis already numerously signed pledg intlorl. ing both work and money, nnd nsklng T C. Lesson V. Second Qr AT YOUR DOOR the Lincoln county court to hulld n II Mr HI April 30, IS i. inncndamled turnplko rrom ijrab Otclmrd by wny or HoMam'a .Mill to (.'nil us by phone nnd giro, us your the Pulaski county line to llec l.lck order for our nice, rresh meat and m Slii . SERIES. THE INTERNATIONAL yellow improved tlooag ro'inty com, Tor th benefit or public travel. Tho ' n.prrrant and business men at Crab clean now groceries. irjrl onn I ok. Orchard will subscrifco liberally, and (ho Lesion, Jonah 111, 5, to Iv, Text of For Sale Four fresh Jersey cows Call for J. C, LYNN for MEAT 11 Memory Verct, Chapter Iv, 10,1 tlTo Jersey- - belfors. i.yearllug ir the lot morn along tho routo will according lo tholr means. 11 Golden Text, Matt xxvlll,' 19. born bnllii. A. W. Carpenter More -' And Wlilli! a pike will greatl) onhancn Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. land, Kjr. LAND & BUCHANAN for Groceries property nlonjr iwite, n will Stearne. lit tbnte wo have bought "wool more business Hh Crab Orchard,brim; to nnd The committee cnlls this a foreign loru. Ito sure to sheni dry nrt'd tagi farmers will got their supplies out day. missionary les ion, anil It I? certainly S'M'. well. J. I), lbds and Soils. to the farm much ivislly ami cheaper. .I. ,M. Ilroan solif n row nnd calf in n grand missionary stitry, rftr'ilti): on Mrs Harriett Cummins Is visiting J. M. Wllwir for tw. For dale. Ono llauula transplcn even lo I Ik kingdom whoir It shall bo Aunt Martha Ann nnves died the fully cecn that "iiltirtlin rs of the er. which bos only been used to set!hpr 1lRliU'i- Mrs. I'les Oooch In (Inr Mill ol dropsy nnd wna .burled Htinday Jm1" (II, Hi. Wltli this saving- of etitm ncrcs or tobacco M good ns Ufm ,ml)or (.()( bolKh n lrnct snowing, niter services hy Itov. Hen- Joil.ih I h.tvc In my lulml tho words " t$eo A.i0r timber from 111 V Iteynolds fofi,,,M Todd at Hethel church near here. of the Lord Jesus to I) io wtmuin of new to bo sold nt a bnrgnln.' w uml rnlf ,or S8-'twff. . ''on" K!,,,,r ',",,l a . fnulknor. Highland. Ky. Snfnarln. "Salvation Is of the Jews" II. W. Iteymdils sold n twojenroldl (Jiflm vl, II'). Putting the two togrtb-- j Mr !lllls rnlum Is comluctliiK the N. (.'Ill fimic 14khiii(I, criMfi) nave i no great iruui iii.il wiivu. st Liberty church near hcr-- . to I;cn (irnhntu nt jj earn. Wnl- colt to Will Denny for Mil, nnd one!i-liiin- r r., tiolitls uf tliu I)id through thu Jews. ' n"'1 rnlr " "" 'v"l''" Pctttis sold 2'.i HO pound hogs to Vl lBuSnHa lirTiioc Is very 111 at ToiJ Is uiul will ho mvh to ho true of "- - Mn""1 llrow '""' all ftmllvlduul.s nml 'also of nations. IV ps, nnd Jones n, 5 cents. LI.IW'V Itevlnnlila eneli linm a fin,, linn' u.. ,,.) ir . .i,i..r.i vn.n K. Mali.m liuucht u s.iddlo mare redeemed In" lienvon mill on or millinery. IvIsltlnK Mr and Mrs. S J. I'ollnrii redemption to the lor, J200. Villi owe their Air. I T. Pollard Is hulldliiK u nlro, Home or the rnrntors honi will again' biiid of a Jew, nml the nations ns II J MrAIIMer'sold Ift'serop ' of try Ids son. Jim l'olli will nut I'o savtsi till the glory or wool to Mads at, IS to raise tobacco this your. aril, who will occupy It at once. trt'I Lord U risen upon Irnel. Then ......."" jn. Iiotllo Isllinra linn been iiiitp ill Flat,! tlfti- - slinll come to tier light utiil kings . iTeltzcldw Ilms.. of Walnut grip, but belter Fhlppcd two ears or IvdU pound cut "h"1" "' ,"" owenh ilismrt in lloeK-o- r h O Moti t Jjtlie brightness of her rllug (Imi. tie to Union ' Stock Yard's ('fVclmiMI. castlo. This will be the third term, Miss Mlnthn WHson has been con Ixil, lil xxrll. i); Jer. Ill, 17; tor which they realized $r.4. 'lined to her room wttn grip. h. has taught there. Ci IZC STANFORD, h. II, T I tnrtzrliiw sold n ramlly innre Wo luir that lleorge Thompson ol iVe have In our lesson the only In. to Kentt Itros.. of l;oRhen. for I7"i Sells His Farm ance, as far ns I I:miw, or u whole, Jack Adams bousht n niarcr rrpm Sam ' nt,al' (lll"' mnshid his linger very luidly Inst week, and it hurt him mi ty penitent. Hut when Isrui'I shall Henderson for 57fi. P. Dlshon bougut the fix nrres ,mM,, i(. nP,i ,, the wrong linger, one have had her resurrection from tho J. C. HAYS GETS J3.0C0 FOR CEDAR ,, ., ,, hull s of land, belonging to llooth Tliomji drtid and a nation of , on. nt Ifncastei court..for 3 .o. CREEK PLACE. fthh Into nil the world wlti.c-ssHIG-GIN, .... , whlll, j -- . ..-. ,if-iiiiiiv. in i.iirriirii Mini h lip did In tho piocr of the Spirit, , shot hlmscir prnnklng with n rtfl.-.1. knowing all l.iligitn?i-:- i nml haxiiig all crop dt wool to IJhiIs at 20 cents. C. HnyB bus so.d his fanu of i!. M Destion hnd n rixkI mule loiu the fiot, lnlllctlng a palntul wound' yvalth at tholr command, whole 'naIt ncres on Cedar Creek lo Samuel ' Ilnulford Wnrreii ' ronouiico th tions Hbiill turn to Ine Lord 1n true uk'.r V""'" barn of .1. . Palmer lr. johnson, of Gnrrnrd county for $J,nm , llie large nLn tii Jin n rtitriiiti penitence mid "All klngH shall fall near I'omt Lenvel. Jlew aown imii '"-" !....- Mr. li.iys iiIm sold to Johimon n bur Cupiuiln Mr. O Is building dliu'ii liefoie Him, I'll iintious shsll cdiii-hduiitiernton when ii lrve Him" (IM. Isll. XI). uonruw on nice new house M H llarnes is de K mare for I1JU hlin bought oi tlu place, struck that Mitnii party l." cattle .it IJo per Head 'iThe Lord Jcuh MK)ko or the exjiert. thb liulKllnp- were carried mun than ing the work Ho Hold .10 giHMl cattle In Garrard last as pieces or .Mr In the llly of the fish. HW) Icet high as (nico of JonnU i:hi r uul .i Ii.t ihui linrlirld to (i lents. Ills preaching1 uud tho iviHntaiice or paper. All of Mr Kilmer mschlnen o lall tinil break her neck tho ofht"' ,eek at from S'lncveli. and those- ,h queslion the v.hlcli was stored in tne Iwrn. wn ' truth of the story o" Jonah ijue.slloii consider ibty damaged. wt No mwirsmee. Mr. W. T. Taylor the Ottawa, tliu veracity of Jcsu.i Chrlnt. It Is the F YOU HAVE A ecdiou, ot Unckrastle, tvlls the I. .1. .Kvoil. of the d til to o...estiou the word ol tho Htraag iteath of some three t)f Gxl or the loe of Uod (Matt, xll, head of ! jears ago Tho l, 1: Gen. in. plMl; lotlms would swud in the water hiuI '. n.Lfll.l 41..... 1... .. TRY L ,,,ii, nlnliiM and fclHvt-r- , v.t'kilu uiuu VJ n uivih.. tf.ll. 1'ti. ilia Jiawi eei !of the lnnifferciice Ij tho weio a dep brue. infl evrylodthem mud Would run .wll)Ht lommaitd of Christ; in our Golden Text ttliau that of Jonah" o:i tills ship? The tho side.-- ,- ot bulldtncs and trvj t(i Pllnd. Ponly I'M who Uuc.; the Irue God U climb the- v,aii. anc Thefamlly with young children that l of Sirs. N. II. Mead nf Preeport. Kas M fast j. iccp, wnile the heathen willors Alter the cttlo died. .Mr. T. ra In tvlthuut sickness In the Iioudi- - now and whote granddaughter lias txwn taking It Ihelr homes a clow pxaintnntluu. Is are diligently caring upon, their gods. that surccKsfully and of ! Mrs. J. It YVhltlnc .u Mound a of "Id then headrare, and no It Is Important what Lena, Wis., who 10 her of Ihey only found out Atfitn wtii nn oncli itomnch . to miw hr whicl: llin lo In tho the house should know arise. of Ukra It herxir It It Is sold chlldien In nfty and ot fillips unit Ititlit-rto little emercem les that cent and dollar bottlca why he wan tiicreilipS!iiiliiliig him. wei tacks, which the victim h.id A child with a serious ailment needs n drug store, one If yuu want to at atery but toit It In iiTU0(riin rend that paten, wh'ji tu'neU into h new l". loetor. It Is true, but in tho majority of your family before )cul buy It In a your as Jesus could nut lie hid (II n lie vli, 24),' It is thuatiht ami olil leaui , instances,(rum any doctor knows, the child nddrets to Or Caldwrll and he will for some Intestinal trouble. ward a supply free of charge. in the mar nousc - nn,l suffer but some who bear Hit; name of Chris- - cr Inn' Dr. Caldwell doca not feet that the auautfut-ntl- y ie to bide Him o.ulle su cess, H.ad tlau There Is no sense In giving It a. pill or purchase of his remedy ends hie obll- rrmedy containing nn nor fulfr. Contrast II Cr Iv, 10. 1j; II, 'umw iU bonnes io coiwtder tlwv flushing of the bowels to be opiate, rrcom-I - Fallon. Ha has specialised lit stomach. nlwars ' ' "'" boirrt diseases for over forty U.) TlJnk ot S.iuu.011 mid I1I.1 fatal "J mcnwil. Ilather give It a small dnso of years and will be pleaael to xrlva the sleep. IVter, .(aties ml John usWp lit a mild, gentle laxstHo tnnlo like Dr reader any ndvlce on the aubject frre ,.v C11 ell's Syrup rcpnln, wblrh. by clean- nf charce All nre wlconn 10 writ .the 7,;,, ,!- w .i...t privilege nnd j ing out tin-- bowels and rtrrncthenlng the him. Whether for th mrdlcal adTlce also of great suuertng' and consider If j little stomach muscles, will Immediately or the free sample addreaa him Dr. ,...,.- rv.- - imiu 1 iiv an correct the trouble. W. II. Caldwell, a. Caldwell buLUlo. .you need the ouesilou of chapter I, 0, n'li This la not alone our opinion but that Montleello. I1L Dtliville was brought hois-lionnd if so what will your m.swer hot tl , n ...rion,, .s.n-- . kVs to the great fish prepared by the '.if,,,. Th.- - vetr. cannot agree on Io-- d tftko earn of Jonah I often 'W,t iHlt troy ajre? Hint sho iu jver, '.t; why people have been ho long ja crJ MtK. look :c for flsae.s of tho baino kind. Slip wiib nent 10 the htnble of .Mat for record docs not nay that tho IS. Cohen wmie time ago to bu titled Lur'.. made two great fishes to props-- .1 I or n campaign in the show rlnR thin. , . . .. .li days "rar" t" prneipfl. our rnar lie nremireti "' I .!.. loll olrh two n time.-ago and c luniet out ror I'tiM n gfr IC tibil. 1 " L light vie know the fish' may hayo MARKSBURY iU ' w en it fiuuhed Its ministry to J.. -- ib, ns probably did tho little fish William Ulnr.ks wild SmtU v Walker thu- brought Uie coin lo Simon 1'oter. for $4G. TliTinds o( 1, 4; lv, 8, were special 3 calves Mr. Hill uotv ol upper uarmrn nas wiiida for the occasion, ns were also icttiniPd home ner a visit to tnc tie .uru mid the worm of iv, C, 7,- homo nl Mr. Hud Lhinn. S-- v """ . spu al preparations for special minisWilliam Uoolin bought u teiim of Uy .. ba e long rejoiced in tho truth mates at lloweti Kox'h talo at HM. of; Lpi. ii, 10, nud tirmly believe that At tho naino filace T. I). Chesintit nil tti food works or nil tho lord's lourlit n work mule price paid s'JU. peop'e, ure prepured beforehand for A. V-- Klnc sold n lot tr stock hogs Itankins at C cents lien lo J. them to walK In. It Is lielpftil to 811 er Kwopo nold to J C. Itose 7U bushels cor 'ralog all things, pleasant or m r n hiishwimhi umvm-r- m Um of com ill b0 ' prepared for me by Mr. WnnU Mars.ee went tj .miuuios- c love." lis l.orti to bo with his mother who 1 h nil JouaU'H tiecullaiiliea aU paralyzed. se r'Stto have been h man full of tho locptitly beaim?Chestnut and Hen ltob -Mpfaflto..Tom prayer lntb.tpter v.rd of Qod. for his. insou (datla a aLoracay In Ix?xlngton trt utmost wholly ,Siipluie. liUIn' the it low vlatii iigo pray margin of my tilblo I note In (nv, lfnillirna oaitor ot Pleasant l references Ufrovo church will not fill hla regn er r'nu oootntions from to the I'salms, beside 1,01110 from oth- - Iir appointmeat tto first Sunday but LHH r parts of Scripture. Whw uo dirt will nen auatir .ecuiu in aaaasWal. JT w Jinuny Hiail lor ninticu mo u,u vi t.tcaO. a col 80r Itcv. Maliaa preached he Ixrd to hioi W. "lricb unto It church Sunday evening. ele- he preachtruc UUtYV.bia ititff' (111. 2. rnon nt thowill bring hU tamlly from 1, TJfcM, i til. 11; Mr. Malian Compare Jer. t7; In about two wesiks The Kind that Burns good, Makes no clinkers, 1 1 II Tim. It. 2: AcU'fJU,'.4aq, mid nolo Jelllco Tennesfteo. the parsonage and They will reside k. -I , ...' a 1 J aa tba our Lord niinseJt.iiiil'd only what Will bepia bla postanal autieB ni one-ana very unite Asnes. iir Vsive you nn Ii we rs (Joint an, Jho Father told Him Mrs. O. U. UaDDell --as rciiirm-CRAB ORCHARD, Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen 9: xlr. 10; vHl. mm Urodhead. bo n Kreit IMinf tid treat-- ; Mrs. Mary CheBtnut was the weeks It KENTUCKY. Ounces to the Pound. iv to the glory of God and th'o i;ood of nd guest of her friend Mr3. Joe Mur-diut Hedgevllle. Voth npeaker.s nud henrers It nit preach, Mr. Thomas Uean or Ixiiilsvli:- -. -. s irs nnd teachero would prove nnd Mrs. M I Up,to lie 'tho Tord's messenRers with hU narents Mr. fow- - days. as a ice, Lord'H message uuto tho peo- Oean for MR. FARM KK: Make your nomo as modern lor your faraU in the The hluh windstorm or last wool: ple" (Hag. I, Ui). All such might lest in) u trra.it doal or darangp nt tnrl mhIl'UW, ami placu yourself in n jioeition to gel the latest market quotation! assured that Ills word would nlwuys way or barns and fences. A .rgo t aiy lime This cau he accomplinhed hy means of our telephojie service KENTUCKY. STANFORD, accomplish lilt pIcMsuro nnd never re- tobacco barn belonging to Mr. Back hieh wim ami jimr iieijjhlMrH cat get for a sum that is small compared with turn to Him void (lsn. Ir), Wkin was literally torn to p'.occi nn'' oomtibi receiviil. Call or mWrebs our nearest ollicti f write direct to fcun Jonah wiiH like n urn it ullut from another nno was moved on tn IVnn., Kir inlormatiou repmhuj; wir upecinl "Far. udnnniiers. largo hnrr the dead, uiul Ills messuge was Hit- dailon. Mr. Yandell bad n If v.ni are ivt nl prew-'ii- t enjoying telephone service, mi l.iuo" rate Lord's nnd nut IIT own, and lhe ieo- - wrecked by the storm and one wrr for Mr.. Jim Kay. Tner hi tercel yuu. Our lines cover the Slates ot Kentucky n tlisl (111, f.) nml pie. of Mneveh SPECIAL EXCURSION ovr Mi8'isipiii. Lotiii'wna and tLe Southern jmrtioii of Indiaua and turned from their evil ways uuto ihki. wcro two clilldrefi in tho latter lie' .neef. It Is stated that La ml C.a saw It uiul did not bring the unharmed. KAST TENNESSEE TL. & TiJL. CO. U had two borsoa that wor evil iimiii them. It wuld wli" rence blown Intr near fcrnxliix h'Ve pleased Jonah better If (fix! had m mlJolnliiK' nastnrp. destroyed NIiMtch. And beetitti'e ho Mrs. HU1 v.hlle returnliir Iroin u.v i knew that Cod was grui'lous nml might villi, duritur tp torm was struck b filling tree and mmnlnpc' tmve mercy upon them if lKv r;iit-w- l a limb oi he refused nt llrst to bv (Jnil (Iv, iincnnscliiiu "r roveral mlnutos. STANFORD, KENTUCKY top was nbout demolished. fChool en" The I'nlnu Wundar I'linreniln" OisrH ippeiiitiigH meiitlon-p- d 1 lit tliapP-- 111, lt, nnd lu o many tUill will meet rt . I'lePHiiit ' Round 1. M ard Sn. church rt Round other plaitM In HrrlptnrM wo must re- MayTrip Trip member Hint Hod cannot unit, never firmer nr" aKiK ; diH change Ills mind about anything, nt Tho co-i- wenM'" n nr ni" Iho .,, .. everytliliiK. from the !) for lie ktiuw rolind rc,rt 'or pin . , nl.inUig (Act xv. 18), but lie dees,). tl SPECIAL TRAIN .rre( ' nbacrj ? In , ni !" V' , Inns" Ills mode of procedure, ami vlclnltv is limi uiways Knew mat ue wouiu mt year, - '" i Tho init nt that Jilaca In history nrui k ptlB AL lt f.oi .,' '.hnt way. m TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. AtK Renin Kemtier'ft M . i I lr, 3i hushes, T. W.,HU.klBLE, W. O. MARTIN. MELT 1C i ' SUNDAYJCir BEE K LICK WE WILL DELIVER nu. Martin, PR1TECHERSVILLE Anell Klllson. or WllllnmburK rmir licen n miest of Walter .Smith, or tVhltn's Mill. A nlro little dHiignter has arrived' nl tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Colson, or near Jtalnt Lick. K. L. Thompson nnd tir0 visited William Sprinkles nnd rile down on the UniiKliiR Fork. James Lee nnd his rrlerid, Herbert Htone, ol Judson, Kjr., were vlaliln?-AliaCorn llrynnt nnd brother, Walter. Inst Saturday nirHt nnd Kundny. Miss Kllen lllankenshlp has been BKk ol grip. Air. John I!. Anderson .. I .... 1. -NIL ....I.- in no ininni iiuio sick. tlaiighter d Mr. Join II. Anderson, is quite III nnd rover u reared. .. V . Meats'& Groceries f i Just received the latest in jNpekWear, Belts, Belt- con-tribu- s 31-t- i buckles,Barretes, Bau- ,deaux, Bags, Veils, I Kucning, jaDOis, etc. We invite your inspection. & CO., ool5, ns,l FOR SALE PRIVATELY! On account or nn excess or business doslro to sell my mill nt McKlnncy, Ky. It has a cnpatlty of 7& ImrreN or Hour per day; mnrhlnery In good condition. Situated on tho Q. & C road nnd draws patron.ig,, rrom Casey nnd other counties, good turnpikes lend to It and Is In tho heart or a. lino wheat I I fd - .Iil' h-l- :i-- 1 "' m (,.ri h" .(HUGHES, MARTIN ....; r''" 'r - belt. For further partrictilnrs wrlto or tee .1. 8. Murphy, McKlnncy, Ky. L ft t I;1; .4 1 GO TO W. H. -- S ,., ,,.;,,,,. ..,,,, -- For Your Disc Harrows, Smoothing Harrows, Corn Planters Cultivators, Riding Walking Cultivators ... - The Man With n BANK - - ACCOUNT And Check Book in his pocket is consider, cd LUCKY. This Kind of Luck is .. 1- wl'!-l-wi- nd WITHIN YOUR REACH Many of our best customers started with a small deposit. So can you. - SICKLY Lincoln ). 1. 1 lni.tn' YOUNGSTER - THIS FREE Cou nty National Bank ,s And you willtlnd the best line on the market W. H. Higgins. i Don't Fail !! 1 li ?? Corner 200,000 Hextto - '"' ""l'' 'l; c Ccjt(ojs? To Look at our ;,.,, ,, 1(. ,,,, ui Stanford, Ky. ,,. MATTINGS f Children's We Want AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRfcSSEDi POULTRY, WOOL, SALT, EGGS, HIDES, ICE, COAL, FURS, AND RUGS 'j L I Roman - And Get Our Prices before you buyl Produce Sandals. LIME. GIN8ENU, WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY! L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, ;Ky. r .iWs JjWHa aaa&. ii I I la-U- JSZBB Jr& ''"jgD fk It you want more than just plain. FEATHERS ETC. ordinary H. B. Northcott M every day style T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153 m children's foot wear, you will ill 1 w ' buy a pair of the Samlals. They satssfy that craving for footwear ance. ' WE MAKE LOANS 0 approved it. tc to-b- o 2. y W. E. Perkins, l AL curity l.M whenever warrant coataiitiens Prefer- them-selve- J H. Baughman &Co TELEPHONE. ence, of course, being given to our regular depositors.. ., tii.im-dmivl- CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May 7th tli-fii- fure-itene- llHSH ss NATIONAL BANK, State Bank, m Trust (o. SUED, I I 1" - d - - - $50,000 SURPLUS EARNED $25,000 CAPITAL Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ''' '- M-- Organized in 1882. lorabine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service, SUE . . '