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The Stanford interior journal: May 5, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911050501_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: May 5, 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. MHI MW1Klr WWHH u.c ! The Stanford Interior Journal. VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. . STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1911 Kmbry; EVERY TUE8DAY. AND FRIDAY. .SHAY PENMAN TO DIE 'i i I 3 m . Si Hill; Madden; stolen banc- sWANTS TO BUILD Andrew Hasty enny 2; McCarty, Coeman, Madden, 9 Simpson Kara-cMcGough, and Lawn mowers from ?2.tiu up nt BEATS STANFORD Kcrln, St. ONE MORE CHURCH EARLY SATURDAY Mary's 2; Stanford 1; OF KING'S MOUNTAIN, CHARGED runs-The follow Ins ! tbe roll of honor Farrls'. H ol the Moreland 1'rlvftte Normal find St. Marys 10; Stanford I,cft on bases WITH high School for the tenth month endREV. R. R. tfOCL MAKES AN AP- For Rent, grass lot on Somerset LOCAL D0Y8 QO TO PIECES IN 8. Struck out by KowntsM 12 j by LINCOLN COUNTY NEQRO Wl ing April S8th 111 B. U Grubbs Prin- itrcet. Mrs. Mattle V. Klrby. PEAL FOR HELP FOR BLUE Embry 10; bases on balls off Kownl-sk- i OAME AQAIN8T 8T. MARY'Sr E FIRST MAN LEGALLY U. S. Marshal, J, A. Coleman, one cipal: LCK CHURCH 3; off Kmbry 1. lilt by pitcher IN ELECTROCUTED COLLEGE TEAM. ot the cleverest men in the service Rev. U. W. Robertson will preach Teacher grade: Prof. Harvey Hopby Kownlski; I'cnny snd Singleton, KENTUCKY In this stato, and who Is very sucut lagan's Creek church next Hunday ltev. H. It. Noel tho won known kins. by Kmbry; Johnson, McGouxh nnd 3 o'clock. cessful In running down criminal", liapgst dTne, who has been Iq thjv Ikinehead baseball Is about the only Madden. firarinala mtoAk: Mill Minellft PNI- - afternoon at A. W. t. MrPart , aari ... I.. I . .. SluUf ... was In Danville Saturday In quest of ulnutry for thirty years, V. If. Hlgglus says that has added a gasol- excuse that can be Riven for the de,... Hddyv.l.e. 11 today aa alleged law breaker, says the Dan- he has built 29 buy from feat or the Slantord High School base r.d. s..Uula ItackMt. ine, tllter to his task, iq churches, and wants HUSTDNVILLE .. will witness Ue Urctro w.W. uW ville Advocate. He was after crao to build one more before ho gives up CatUt him and set pure filtered gasoline. ball team here Tuesday afternoon by cutlo. or Sb.y Fennmn. the nw, e Andrew Hasty, who it Is alleged Uie good work. ,IpfUo IJnkpr , u,a ou,ti Albcr, freo from water, sediment etc. Only the 8t. Mary's nine, with the Ho makes tho The baccnlnureAte Bermon to the . who sentenced to death foi , itlon, that tho 8L Mary's boys probab- - graduating class of the llustonvlilu had been doing some bootlegging at following. nnd CaUiern filter In. BUnford. dau !,.off nuMiultiic thn llttlo ten year-olKing's Mountain. Hasty was coming ly outclassed Uh local lads. Time hlf,h school will be preached SunEarnest Appeal. BW or Mr' ,unK,n" ' """"" w " .u" Grade Jole at tho south on one of tho two trains nnd On Saturday April 29th, 1111 In a Lompton. Annlo Har Let me Insure your house and barn nnd agnln the Stanford boys threw day evening nt 7::I0 ovlocl: put to usam in tno ciecmc cnn.r u"i,iU1I nwuy ehanccs to get nround tho big lresbtorlan church by Itev. W. H the Marshal dldnt know wnich one, 'business meeting of tho llluc Lick nnil Mnry UunBcll before the fife. R. M. Newland. mre annuo nniur.u.y nioui.i.. m- - (.rad(, 3w,nm Kln(t alui rcno a constituted some jenri nnd in fact didn't know the man. So'cn"rcri ring while the visitors took advantage Willis. will be .trapped Into tho specially pro Commeuceintnt exercises will be when trnln No. 5 pulled into Danville.10 wa,t upon m wlth a Pctltln to Wedding presents In silver, cut of nlmost everything that en me their Theresa Owen, and Grace paired chair, when thousands of toll conducted nt tho christnln chinch on he had ono ot Jailer way. g la br etc., at Mueller tr. Fitzgerald come nnd help them to build n church f electricity will be tinned upon hi... '.. ,,,, Comp,nn Frldn), evening May 12th. oung sons to go though the train houso wheraln the may meet to worTor the first Inning or two It was Mrs. Jetbe Traylor nnd son ot Dan with n Inrge railroad envclopo cry- ship God. This church Is located at sutflclont to cnuso mutant uenui in Oil stoves nnd ovens next week nt n grand ball gnmo and as Staclord Wlllard Piirdom. Grade will ke the llrst electrocution legally It. scored first It seemed that they Hid vllle Ky. were the guests this week ing out tho namo of "Andrew llnxty. ' the foot of the hills midway between 45, average nttendanco Karris'. i.nrollimnt of .Mr. and Mrs. Heed McCormnck on kt-l la Kentucky, tho od method or In the meantime tho Marshil nnd Stanford nnd McKlnney and Is com n chance. Th, collegians nre splendid West Main street. hanging by tho neck until tho prison j I'll,) following neither tardy nor lor Snle. llulkllnjr. lot In Kowland young players, however, nnd were not Knrlcs and .Montgomery th u wide Jailer Fitzgerald stood at either end posed of some ns good men and wo- as Uod ever let the sun shlno on er In dead, dend, dead, having been I.ImIo Ilrnckett. Chns Lunslord !.). Mrs. .Mnttlo V. Klrby. to bo denied. Two fnst double plays awake merchants of Karlcston, for of tho coach wntchlng results. The tuien abolished by net of the last leglsla- - Iruno Morgan, 1hel.na Curtis and l time there was no answer and P1" aro rlcb- - onI ln Brace. Tho nnd tho best olltick In tho first In' meilv known ns Menard. X nwd. wua consiuuieus some years W. S. Fish repreents J.ily tie ntt nlrig lure, and l.lnceiorth nuirdererfi aim lAlar) Kusaell. the young man marched through tho " when tho visitors jot three men iiro enjoying n splendid general ether quality of capltnl crimes such q hu f(,owlnK roach nguln nnd this time the much since but never owned a house of wor- sere never absent and strongest Insurance companies. on without scoring was nil that pre business there, nnd li.uutfio I'unm'a will be taken to Kdd) - , K( () mt (,lC(, nils, llortlo "and Let h'm k"P yUu protesteJ. 34 if wn'ed them running the total uo tonlldence o. the entire loimnunlty desired lndlvidi.nl nrose to get the shi. They need help. They sure worthy. They need about $600 to or existence rlllr aud bo i.l out higher than li to 2 which wns tlm liuiil i'l hero Is n splendid p.ace for it good envelope which only contained a nlrr nml Josephine lint Two lu no ml books nnd a ficoie. the use or the electric chair. ton blank piece of paper nnd the Mar- build. My friends of the county, or blacksmith. ovcry credl, aud or no creed, have ,'ramia had been for some time Johl.,inlno Compton received tho Test.Auent nt Crab Orchard. Return Hie visitors' battery wns a .Mr. I'reslej SU.der who had a se- shal nnd the Jailer swooped down upon their man, who Is now languish- nobly stood by me In th past and as tun u of tho el.ctrlc :.alr. spell to tills olllce. head marks In fourth grade Our bntters could find ICowul-hk- l vere case of double pneumonia Is T-- e ing In durance vile at Castle Fitzger- I am growing old In years and feeble crlmo for Ahlih iVnman nild R0Oj;rnphy their twlrler, ror only four hits now able to be out and will soon bo in voice and not able to plead ror this i Kent So acres, of early grass: ald awaiting trial beloro U. S. Com touflrtrd Is well known here ngaiu received mot hltiiFelf nullum Southerland noble enterprise, don't wait ror lt, 'everlasting spring In (.inter of Held, while they got to Kmbry ror 11. The wife ol lieorge .Mont - n,BSjoner w s foe sonio tlmi- - an lit.njmarl1, lion., to the WWoll, which will I'en.stn had been xt, Kraj,., K,.,wnipliy ,. ., nr rnmri but through the matl, and by hand ,., ,....! nun u. uunu iuuiiiuk khiiil-n hand on the Inrm of A. U lUvnkln tako place next Saturday. jjyrt0 Morgan recolveM tho most also 38 acres of timothy nnd clover several chances which might send in checks nnd cash nnd help me lmtcj , unulUlI Mcn Hubble ,lwlll mrk8 )n ,.K),ti, RMa llmt In tU meadow. Apply to N V. Pipes, n prominent farmer rfrmi. KiH)grjhelped bianlortl considerably. build one more church house, and 34-go muii n1(e Uiat Uldr motiler One day last tnll while- Air. ry. Motion LANCASTER they came, both men and women ua Stanford scored first in the third in cannot tell which is which. was attending, the Somerset Kanklu many as were willing hearted." hen llrlght wnR snfe on .Me- Several nice becond hand buggies! "In Thl, ,,rtUi.8t Held of wheat in the lair, and the mother mu tho little it, R. noel. HIGHLAND Squire J. F Ilounio bought a horse Ex::':.'. Iletter) Nnm.irn s muff of h:s 'ly to ilg.it,ju-Cb- t on hands for sale cheap. daughter were the onl) onen year-olKnd Is lu the green river valey Ironi Frank Arnold for $J25. 15rli,ht going on to sefor.d. He to.h ncar p;arclton. come rmlck. Fence Hros. It Is thick on tho on the jilace, the brute trapped tho PREACHERSVILLE third on a pass ball by Kcrln and are still sowing oats ..,, and , kllc,, Alexander Koblnson son of .Mr. nnd little girl in the sprlnghouse, where' Farmer Mrs. George Koblnson, bad his nru: sun bad taken somo milk for u.r Mime little gardening has been donu 6000 riHls ol American field lence wa8 lnon out at "' plate on 3 field- During a recent meeting here, a lhe UanBlnR Fork at this V. K. ers choice when Fenny lilt, one to now ready for distribution. mother, llv forcn ho ureompllshed his Mid some, completed. i,Kiier &unda last than at any broken Just above the wrist while small dog followed Ms master to Simpson. Fenny atolo second .nlflinie tlllg jpar, lt being past rording nandling the crank of Mr. Abel Wal Horn, to the wife or UrK Vanhook 1 erkins Crab Orchard Ky. purpow. and threatened her with church and becoming lost, wandered Kownlski throw wild In nil tiitt to girl death If hi told unoie wb.it fcho to tho residence of Mr F. T. Parks for BOme ,lours. Kindly ask our oblig- - ker's automobile. Oti Moudn), May Sth (County Court nall hlra at thinl and Fenny scored. lm? coun,y courl clerK l0 aUWbe the Mrs. T. J. Price was nonored by a where It found a good home and good had done. The mother detected that Josi'pn Jenkins ot this place and Mr day) at about ...JO o'clock F. M., In -- . Maxey of King's Mountain have The visitors tied it up 'n t!.t font tli writer Just how much help we expect number of social functions while vlv treatment. Here of late the canine aometnlng wis wrong when the chli front ol Creer's shop on Somerset It' in r ulmn urlth nnj lou.ii w" returned to the house, and tho llttlo swapped farms forgetting all his former good man"" '. " . ti , iroill couniy conn lowaiu i...u.if.. a t Iting in Florida. u.i.iuiuh n Hlrn,!. I ultl sell nt nubile, outcrv ji Thompson k..aI . and IjihwoII, or f?.r.lt uh. w li... u t I. .1 hi. i; "iwMhii imu n nub her pitiful i brldgo across the creek near resl- - Hon. and Mrs. M. II. Mabry enter-denc- e ners, abused the confidence or his oaebroke down nnd tr-lot of tarpenter's tools, furniture, fixMountain Imve been In our uuiplro Fenny on the foot "ill bound' or D. S. Carpenter then w wlll.talned at a handsome course dinner new master, by regaling an epicu story. There are no more law abiding the pust two or tures etc. J. II. Paxton, exor Alack oi to rlqht field, end the rr.ni.er lu honor, of Mrs. W: II. Ellis. wir- - of rean tasto on nice, fresh leghorn eggs upright citizens in mi community '"Ke almost our clty fathers for the balam-e- . people Huttman, deceased. i afe. He took Becond on a passed ball, a Mr. Wilkinson who was going !n Attorney General Ellis, and Mrs. and bringing the biddies much grief than th Itnnk.ns. 1'ncles or the lltlM three weeks visiting th sick n io MrsJ,h'r-- : girl captured the negro fchort'y after ol oi.r community, the most of whom vicinity or Kings Mountain at - Judge Shackeltord also complimented ln Ulo loss or a part of their promis For fc'alc. Mixed hay, baled, U. reu tempted to cross Green river Sunday this popular young Lancasterian by ing broods. "ln"C hC0TC,x "" - oWanon'- wards at the barn, und brought him at 'his writing seem to be Improving Mattle V. KlrbJ . Neither threats nor enhim1 Tom Jenkins who has had the mess ter. ,i. if a. PAVtinlHa rrnlni?. u hen nnerlal tw town, themserves delivering repro treaties put any stop to su-"t Marf Uj tho authoritterf. At the lrlil I" " Rolling about straight again, tho n..'i In ih there was too much water In tho rlv Thomas Dallard son of Sherirr Geo. bate conduct. Last week the end Stra.ved Iron grey western mare,' Jwr,. death oc unbroken: long roll mane hanging ,"1"- w''n i.uiui-j- suirieu on uy nu - 'er. HIb norso was urowneu nnu mi uniiaru urove io ine euy oi uanru e came. After a bad raid on the young ' l' Judge Walker called lor however. r,m Ul "a,ll to nrotrrt the nesro from umb ""' ''0'' J"" "S" trm.0 oiisi , first ii,ai tip. who buggy broken up and after floating and was united in marriage at the poultry, the good lady of the house gone since last Tuesday, ltu - ,11"'' He had down; mUsed In tills roininunlt). beccuu J'r""'sy l" violence A Jury was aeaured ln Me viraiiiara(8omo distance down the river n.j nn- - uiicner notei to .Miss reacnie uucnam procured her husband's rcTo.ver. and wurd lor return to II. D. Holtclaw. more coup es nny minis . i' tck out 'ml MrftOtigli to..u thlrd'olly landed nllve with nn experience an or Mui eland, the Rev. II. C. GarrI four well aimed bullets cut short the ier countr to try the tnse. nnd return murriedthe county we than suppose. In . We heartily comjson otticiatn.g. ed a ileulh vordlel ngnlnst IVllman s outlaw's career. bay mare; 'on a a,,, ba" w,lich bounced over thc(never to bo forgotten. Slrajed A Hhough he was n Miperanuate! of Appimls ntflrmed.l whlrh the fourt Delegates to Ui0 C. . 11. M. Con-- ! Tho Lancaster High School team mend the action of Mrs. Parks In the brnnded F V; reward ror return to backstop. Simpson laid a bunt down ln front of tno r,Iat,' ""'eh :i4-- J aud overruled a petltien tor a. rehen , minister In the Methodist church and j.u.. H. Woods. venlon u,at meets heio May 4th and1 completely out classed the Danville matter, and think all the women lolks ''" ""V regular work lor fielded perfectly, and In attempting tng fivernor Wlllsou I Urn fixed the are arriving and being cared for Hlh School ball team on tho lota' would do well to learn to handle fire n date tor tho exwiilli.ti. ,"""' tUw "" WIlH l,rt'8P"1 at and u,p Giuduating presents In great vane- - to noId McGough on third helajed his by the local committee. A delightful grounds hero Friday atteruoon by the arms ln case, of need. as t.v funerals m both our clmrclu'K .Mr and Mrs. J. M. Cress were call tr throw to first too long and Simpson dinner will be served In the opera tcoro or 7 to U in a C Inning gnme. at Mueller's tho Jeweler. jloug ns lie was nble, his sent vwis wife both meii scoring a minute touse. A number trom adjoining The pitching or S Herron nnd the bat- - ed to Hiatt, Ky., to attend the burial j was MARKSBURY nover vacnnt nt tho tiildwk pm.vor- 5 later on Ito'jliibon's hit to center. Fob- - counties attended Vouiig Dink Farmer. Jr., aged the meeting and ting or his brother, J. Herron were of their niece, Miss Fannie Hiatt, n.eeUug nnd snbbnth school To tho years, wants the Interior Journal to,lmon also trotted In when Peiinj ;,i,B. v jj, MorhC Irom (Juinvy, Ky.,'tho reatures or the game. The whobe death occurred Monday at her i kttoM llHllinan gilts to soM tour sons mid two daughters with the understand that he has liiidjtlicvv low to utcrs trying to kill holds the distinguished honoi of com- - teries: Herron and IJaEtln ror Lan- - home lu Mt. Vernon, after a long vir 'I eagim loi ?.'" wife who are left to mourn l.ts loss a big part In the grading of the court! the runner at ih'rd. Illness fiom consumption. The delus nl010 moa than any other dale - caster, Webb and Hann Tor Danville tela ' we MU Mar Chemnut Is snj. tr to so live that jou ma) at house )rd, as well as Mb older W U. Gott solii n horse to (' 15. ceased wns blxteen years of ago and Stanford got one more In the se Convention nto at the l ve in l.fxltiritou. 4. Ihm meet 111 in In heaven I And the Inteilor Journal k nth, anil tho hopes ot the big rrovd ei, Alfied heal ol conhlderab'o dlssatistac-- l KluuiCy K Son lor $L'i."i. .Mr (iott tbe daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Conrad who unn oi .Mrs. C M. Young with Imr two litundies to laitlifully chronlrlu that er Inns revived nightly Dozler wall-- tion arising from. Hie letting or the'also sold a horse to V. U. llurton ror Hiatt. who formerly lived at Hiatt. f 'ei liltllttl. Ml. Mh been th HlttM tle daughters 1. icile and '!ol'rta hnvo I'o luJc curl, l.eudel mai vjik"J ed: Fright Few out to Hltnn..ii ".,.- - coucietu work In front or the Clirla-'$20Ky., She Is said to have been a most I l nt l.uliOBsrr was Vr 'is-Vt '.turned Iroui lloonuvlllc 1 long and hard at tho Job and deserves ,iij bunieu and F ler v.ns th o vi .oali Mance, or .Marksbury was excellent joung lady and ner Mil The committeo railed i tLin church. tw as allsit Ira Cook, ! Somerl, James n; Mrt.. .'lie. Slr..MOi awa will cause much sorrow. t gl eat credit for his etlortb. Many moiH, Fejn.v sale at liri- - Ha i to give tho contract to tho lowest bid called to .Middlesboro to the bedside mo. Cook of Stearns, Ira Cook and wife, er mum wore wn to omiilaie su r an'htoli.i.al Aco.ed on watii'd dcr Is the whole cause, nnd the mem of his mother, who Is reported quite Her remains were laid to rest ln the ikmi Mr W t). Murks iu' rl'i lllll and Delhi Cook, or Artemus, ut e:impk of unselfish Indiihtr;. ibliulo to center. IbersUlP Is awaiting n satlbtactory ox - Ill, she having recenCy suffered a family burying ground. .'I hi the emAi of C. tended the lune.il of tnelr prnudfatii Mrs. J. F. Payne has purchased a iho collegin'it got ll.eir last taMypianatlw of their action. It such canmfnku ot paralysis, .vss t.iKnu it! tiit Annie Minx er Itev .1. M Cook. See our line of refrigerators before; in Hie Ml: when Hmptou shoi one l be given. William Itamsey sold 8 hogs to l.aw nice new steel loom and will soon wllk a vox ere pi'lti in Ml. sldu. Ft. Stevens, or New ,lban. Ind.. wni ou buy G. II. Farrls. bo weaving carpets. The machine Is Singleton too hot for Uni to hanJIo. It certainly son and Fiown nt C cents a pound. Is McCormnck .MHton Klllott cwne ror hliu ami eirrl.-- l hlui he. iv a Tew das beore the death of IrMe was dncn homo 'j.v pitching fine ball lor tho Albany. Un.,1 l(. K, Mcltoberts sold a cow to It cf the best make. mil t 'i" "on- o lit i,'fr In kU e her Mile', Rev ' I M Cook rtbiinVs for ISO. t w. Mons Quen the old family mare', belong Dcafncrs Cannot Co CurctI 'JMnw. s i.Ii.k: ta i':'t. ikrum, team to which he now b'nen. The V f 't,v up' f " 1., ( K iton-ila- y I i fun kvi Jurt i Hollas iin"! urn o.Vj.v let t.arn 1.1 hn bougnt a Iron: S. U. Ilenij Io lug to ir Jo'ji vviilaiis died ival riMcikMu. u ty wnoofni ctruw ow Albany Herald tr nrHon Iho rr llirir H vcly a ' I l 'p v to ed trom a thlt to his fall or i'l l.yniiM ratl d,tw orul thiv U tr rnoMiiukinluu night. Mr. W.. toeing tS be UariB rt, Ml . A E bead lines, pitching like ifuLornwcV $4j. .Innien Duddorar. uutll recently A3 n V fil r ; . , '! " U vurl by ui mtUawd cuaartfcn nl tifr lw.to a lot of bad .tick with hls'BtCcS-.fiStatlou. I luurtun Tutor. Whra murain UnU .4 a U 1 'i ills doing. Is fcuro to win the pennant ja Lincoln county man, bought a three kH returned ho.nn niter a Ut-- . to Tbos. Full went to Cincinnati Sun- tub u In&tmblol Ut htc a rumbunc sound or tKU Fenny C Imou year old sorr61 mare rrom John Gast lng lOBt a fine mule quite recently. .4 0 1 I 0 1 He has captured the Georgia funs, aters 3b . . . .rno)l. hik vUter Mrr. Cl-- lr iit"l ttrarlu. and "Urn it u rotlrrlr rkoit Ixtt-.m. i. (ha PMtilt. mil unlc tha tnfiamraatlnn rmn bn' I day. Mrs. T. W. Naylor and mother, Mr 1 protesblonnl pitcher How neau for ?200, 400 0 Our other laa ul aM thu tub mtoreU W lia aoraul ronilt- McLorty lb . Mr.. Sivllle 41. 'veleU li wltU hr nrca LawBon near reek. tm. Mis. Sander and children, who have out otbnuUKar wul b dMirorrd turttrr: ab:Mltoae toleman n . 0001 tra lard Camnlu of the National League Jlr. und Mrs. II. F. Hudson who will George Jessie Uallard Cedar been quite Mrs. Sum fiejihcrurfe. of raurd br Catarrh. bJch U ilauaur Misshas aurtan. been t pending several weeks with her but an laaaiard roodlUon ol tba (aucoua an caaa ot cinglOtOil -- U 1 U - atsy. making a world's rtcord so far complete, their lsit to various town W wul tiff Ooo nuadrrd UoUar tor h liitkiaoiid for ii n lnUrtlultuav ranaet 1 lslr Mr. Joe Krnst here will re- iMramnvt (rauard by raurrn lor circular, arrr.cuna il'.mbry p Ok'ahoma and other western HI of pneumonia, but s much better. ' this season and ln the tastest com lu .Mrs. Murtir the mother of by IUU Catarrti Cum. nBd i Monday. TvlcdOW Kev. T. H. Thornton and son, ot V. J. CHK.NKY A CO X turn to Clnclnnntl H llpany In tho base ball world. He tnu btates this week, have been honored a Hill cf FMd .liiiii ud No.it. Mumro nt hi- pUre. .Mrs. Ottln hevolcio and bon aro Take br nrunKta. lie. tor eocjllpaUoo. IUU ramliy 11U or dinners and auto tides Monuker, Va., have been visiting their 1 0 Ujto date pitched six games and won by a number Dozler ss 7 In wns irlcken with paralysis vbllo 13. Thornton. vlslllng her parents Mr. and Mis. A. etc. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Williams en- - son and brother, Kev. K. 4 ' Orive, vlsitlas at Mlddlodborii win. brought (.. Kvangelist, llev. T. llrlght If The Mountain Horn, to the wife oi Richard Faulkner In our farm home a tertalned nt an elaborato dinner Karmerb give Snturdnj whre ne vvat H I.suea-ite- r a nice 10 limnd glil. And Mrs. Ilesslu Offult. of Cincinnati 11. Thornton, of llouaiicr, Vn., Is now, 3a 'J 4.M S 4 name and have It painted on your their honor, met ut the train br her i.ttendlntc pny conducting rcvivel sorvies at the Richard now Is all smiles. has been with ter parents Mr. nnd bo- nnrao H. F. vMlds, a native and resident lont gate with owner's clc.uii Dr. Acton, who carried her court house nnd good crowds nre atThe recent rreshet on Drake's Creek Mrs. J. A. King for scvera. days. AB R H PO A E neuth It. ir jou send producU to ot Garrard lor mnny years, died or tome nt Mt Hebron. Tin. ondltlon tending. Services each evening be- ST. MARY'S A good did considerable mischief. Mrs. J. S. ounp went to visit her i market, have the name ot tho rami tuberculosis in tho city or LoTt'ngton 2 nt Mrs Mnrcee Is serious Jfi.l shi is ginning promptly at 730 o'clock Johnson 2b corn planter belonging to Augus liar- stamped on lt. Level Green. mother near 1 0 0 0 aud your own name "last week. Tho remaliib brought io. - Madden rf , t.ll uucnnkclotiH. was cameo ofr. ..esldenU on Mr. nnd Mrs. Wright went to Ktnu Hverybody cordlall) Invited to attend.- Spalding ss 5 0 0 3 0 1 S.ves character aud standing nnd "Ihw rormer home, lluena Vista, ror to's .Mist, Kftelo Wl.ltt, or Davenport, ' A special Invitation Is given to trie you stand back o' interment. Tho deceased was a con- - W t r. fuw days since. nn thf ,Mos,e,r ' eni1' iiiinnression that Kerln c nnd Mr. and Mrs. Kiter a It .is It passed, full 5 miles from '.".'.A 0 t 1 Mr. Hen. Pollard, or Lancaster was pnstots and professional men of tho Kownlbkl p i'l tho quality ot which jou otter of the Presbjtorlanl8 '8tCnt menir V.iluurn mid Ittlo I Jul or Corblu town anil community. Mr. Thomson Sunday. ,i u'sale. Descuptlve words make a pret- - inured nnd a sister of Mrs. J. J Poorj'here It started. It teemed to ride McGough lb homo aftir a vls.lt to hero have rcturtu-Ua liaptlkt but doos Ireo laiuo as easily In tho water as a boat, ton ,Mrs. James Speake, of Harrodsburg, I ...t ot I 1 I I ty viuntno fich.i . ns Meadnwciott, aMen-. - of this clly. .. .. Mr and Mrs. Marie Coins ......l 1. . A. .. IT .. kIah Ulll(41lVa ilnniiv . .. . work niul is snld In be n McXnmaiu rf IllcJU TITIfl t. fl' nephew here, Mr. O. tJ. n nnr.in.ui nr flii f "" 1111 " i i nl. ti. i.rrf.itv in7irroir. iiiurn cinii.t nr. .'nv ciiititwui ' Our lornl lads nlaved a zauui of U with her powerful rulvocntet or tho Word..Hlbf ",pb0n Jb '..'.'.'.'.'. '.i the romo passed over ,,n Speake, U 1 0 0 0 Sunny Side. Robins Nest. Wluntlnnd. logs Tl.uisday to Cincinnati market Robinson 11 lull n Little Hickman on their homo lit ii tilnririwl t r VAiIfiU. ffirfl IlIlll Mrs. Amanda J. llaugh or Uurnsldo. subject tonight will be Fortune. To Willow Hedge, Hell View, Honnln Dull, and V. A. Lear a the dav lol- Saturday which ended with jsiounds pumpkins. Kulli U visiting her sUter Mrs :;s 5 n 27 12 4 Hazel Doll, Vista, llulmwood Heights, lowing. Filday. tho score or i to I In fnvur ir Murk y (). RIgney gavo a cholco lun- Is the namo 1 gave to the beautiful., or tho gnmo w.u oung. a brakemnn was fined lieu Sheens, burr. Tho featuro MONEY TO LOAN. Mrs. Hnilett, of Cincinnati U visit-lu- S12S nnd given a strike, home of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Helm, 'dieon or repast In tjie icar of tho Kublnsou out b'liitlng at Jail sentence, of 10 Iho pitching or llalcnmb nHovlng on, son at this place. evening to 40 her 'citlzeiibllniikThumHy days for flourishing a pistol and Intl Scoro by x 0n Ullcoln county .arms. In any ly (wo bits and striking out 16 men. Dclniur Adams, of Dnnvlllo was here mldnting a numbor of peoplo at Moro- - Innings Geoige P. llrlght makes ".v salve or more Masons. Tho occasion was mount ucr J3.000 Rate of Inteiest 12 4507SU 1 IMullrii- - vvlin Ink! ii niitii.i "l8 raolhcr " h!l8 land. be," 2 that will euro white sw oiling caibuu- - the eurollmeiit of soveral new mem- - c .j, j)er conti 00I000100 "' Term, Q years, with Judgo Ualloy suspended thnlytanford of chickens by rats determined to In tho lodgo Alter tho supper prjtiiege lo pay after one year. Flut good be St. Mary's ...0 0 0 1 0 i 0 1 ono ,l0e" 8ltk' cles, boils, bone felons, cuts, corns. o" Jail seutence pending Sheens' make war on their dens He and . i. N. linvior. tlso vvlro cuts, harness sores aud g.ven by Sir. Kigney, something niter mortgage. If you are In need of money the search Ms rarm hands are o'clock tbo Masons repared y, j0an you up to 40 per cent ofthe Lackey, a negro woman was Summary: busau which lasted tho greater part of thojrusty scratches on ylur horses. Guarantied o'oven n " iheniselvtw to the Kengarlan Hotel Valuo of your land. For further Double plays Hill, Slngloton, Pen- given a tine of 1 for using nbuslve Tney were mom ttnn paid Tor 30-'- J 4 to cure. 25 and 00c a bbx. tlcularj write to O. D. Swlnebroad, n roynl banquet was served. W- langungo on Molllo Ilokely another ny and Waters; 111 nnd Singleton: thilr efforts us they miccce.ed In P. O. Box 19tf, 'Flic.no 2 N 25-l-f Attornoy, lncaster, Ky. Kern and Johnsru. Sacrifice hits colored woman. billlnp- - Pflrt rats. iftarnnnn al nVlnelr. MORELAND SHORT LOCAL NEWS BONEHEAD BASE BALL ft! d BOOT-LEGGIN- .14-- -- fr .,.. excep-gssolln- as ,.,. 1 t. .11-- ' ,..,, Coui-'liroiii- h ",,. ,ot ernck-el-Jac- - -- t.-- I ,,,. j d "' ... 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VVIft , iiiiiiii'MMIhihiiii lJUNTIOMTi!ITV.ia5vl lyiiiaawaMpgiiwtiieiiib.-jTbi"" iaaLTafcL wn I III Hal iiaiaa all I afcMMaaainl' -- iSjBtW " '' ' 'V -- ""'"r Just What You Have Been Waiting For REDUCED PRICES ON ALL- - Hint ho scarcely Hives (!ov. Cox n fair chance to canvnss. About tlio time that (Jov. Cox KotM out anions t'if Rtoro keeper gangers nnd tho boys, tiu receives notice to ko to rrnnktorl nnd piny governor while Wlllson Id nway, rould It b tlmt Hie governor Im It In fop Cox or It la a plain rose ot wiuulorluBln. ii jr 3"qF i "mmFT. i mA JzzrwL" i..M m' ii ' i inviliil i.mii " . .1 L .r r "V v: f PLK "T II v. " Hi hf it .vlv&nr' ltz$: .6931 Tz&yga Y- TkJ7rvmtmMKmn ' iilnn 'r,amr iaf ri.ni 1 rm t MP' WJKtkTS aaH KS'PwsswskMtxa; -- Tsr,?- ?""" ' Tailored Suits, Silk Dresses, White Dresses, Silk and fon Waists, Skirts, Petticoats and Kimonas. nphe cool rainy weather of the past few weeks has seriously retarded the normal sales on all ready to wear garments in consequence of which we have a surplus of stock, and so to "get from under" quick we now offer choice of entire stock at Chif- Judge O'ltmr opened ln campnlcn for tlis governorship at llopklimrllle .this week nml nsatn mado a nood democratic speoeh, nilvncntlns In the main doctrines which have wn funjdnmcntnls of democracy hi, tlio many years. No wondm ront of the otornnn or tlw "old guard" of ro- publicans, llko our Rood friend, Dr. - II. M. iaIcoii, hi for Instanco, nro nomination. Candidate William ddttra, who m sflnking the democratic nomination for governor, Is a Rood ndvertisor. W'o do not believe him Iho right man i for tho domocratR to noinltmtn, but ho 1ms mhiio mighty good lde nil tho sumo. "Is n lie justifiable under any mka a rom?niMrK.v Well, im but If awfully whlto to lull an Invalid friend who u luooklug wretchedly that he li looking hotter GREftTLY REDUCED PRICES As a sample of the general price reductions note CIlHllOH on extra kikmI Sm, m i;, Hay Wr l R. I'tMfptri tMU rel-Ire- il tlmt tho liet in hIwidm the (iiMp-em.- . W mlt the twt on the niarVet Wo Boll a low n the quality and a inKtliinatn profit wt The Vtl nnd Wonder if our Irlend Sum Hoberts ehllii rem clothed In mrns ImmIi biwo and grwy nnd etiatmsroc In tlio Lexington Lender would Jump tun, tn foil ritlhiK ciwtH and knlckiThocarr triiimerfi are the real thlnca ai the crock of tho federal whip this time. Wo enn furulih ou thewo .t JS 'o to JISJIO th( nlL nxninst O'llejtr, if tin still hold tlmt 'collcctorshlp job which he snugscd up to for to many yearn. 1 tr t- -il mve :r -- iiri ' tj Waal w 'iwr'i jr )lf$pP VTRAGOOf) alh. 'f irr H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. the following Tailored Suits. k $18.00 TAILORED Silk Dresses. $15.00 SILK DRESSES DUCED TO $20.00 SILK DRESSES DUCED TO $27.50 SILK DRESSES DUCED TO RE- RE- - SUITS REDUC- SUITS REDUC- - C1 1 Cfj Q rjr pi0.0 f $22.00 TAILORED ED TO. H7 iPXU.O C"1 A CTA ..iplb.OU C1 Tp-LJ- . tlon SC acre farm on Rood pike and nrar 1 12 good town story cottage, j Tho Mexican Insurgent haxv miv rooms bolow nnd two abtm-- , two pood liendcd hcMtlllilca Ions cnounh to roll barng and all other nccossuirv out n few elKarcttert. buildings. Plnco well wntored and fenced, in rplendld community nnd A Jokesmlth interprets I). A. Il will cll cheap. Hco 1 It. Hughes ''Daughters of the Anmnl llevolu-- i or W I.. MtCnrty. Stanford. Ky. " A .Mlettniiri innn died r.nljIiU wife mid he hadn't tolJ a llojhn loity years. The credulity of nff!ne wives Is perfectly beniitl'uf. FOR SALE OR RENTI ffiljSyt, GETTING THE TRUER DLUE. lIJran not to $3500 TAILORED SUITS REDUC ED TO , (pJO D $ii. 7C RE- - t1 7J Waists &. Skirts. $6.50 SILK AND CHIFFON White Dresses. We Have a Magnificent Stock of Hpcak of tho initlantlnp otract of the acceptance, of M Idee-- . that wore once fought with fiery bit termW Tliero Ik toth numur and truth In this utatemonti of Mr. Ilrynr made hifor. the lV- ttty fluh. "II I ever did think of runnintr oiruie Apo has mollowcd AVllllam Janntuei' ' ' WE HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUN Hiim It mmis to Fupplylnit ti.gh grade 'hunter t know of non- thai fur nih hrtler lumber, mighty few who - ' WAISTS REDUCED TO-- . (q fj ? ipO.O $6.50 AND $7.50 VOILE SKIRTS PANAMA AND REDUCED TO PET- - MO.UU jT (T dj-- (f Voile, Marquise tteand Lin- gerie Dresses. $3.50 ALL SILK TAFFETA TICOATS REDUCED TO Qr Hl.VO l All of Which We Now Offer at Special Reductions. Welsh & Wiseman Co., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. County Organizer and Manager Wanted A leading with tlue two men (llooaetolt and Toft) ciirrying out ho many thins I Ihivc mhocatoil, I am nfrald riime bill Is. Ilepuhtican would rali tht. tlilrd term cry on me. am; nay I hnd two J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. terms of my iioIIiIoh." It In Just as' t you want a bathroom that will well now nnd then for the iinthlnklnR . last you a lirrtime, let ut Install one to bo broiiRht fncp to fare with the 'for you NOW. mux umi iiiu man ucfi onillieu to tnc We carry the best lln of tin. out- ropyrkht on "my foilcles" Uvea In terlno, spouting, Myer's pumps, Nebraska nnd not In Oyster bay, I., I roofing, paints, charcoal filters opniiRneia (.Mass,) Hepubllcan and a guarantee line of antary iwll'l. imioiltl.n todo.ll kluUi mt mh. llluok Work, ujinruom nxturcs. and. In la.l, rao mnk any Uln trrm a BOMaowaUalrB(Mi pot, Wa oaa rrrra GOOD AT SAVING. W. K. WARNEft, y rattlT ! yuarantrv tlr.-elStanford, Ky. work a4 Biatrlal, Ualland (( uar art Mlar. yon bay j.ar nmtrrUI at la.i, i gra-phl'- for tho tirmddcncv and i lo ni orfr iw good. Hut vcu where our lumber can bo matched imr price Cnnot (Jive us your next nrdar ami notice Imw much bns It uk , ta finlih ii job and how much mailr Die can - CONCRETING Wrl I'aTi-MV- tl af Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY PHILLIPS BK05.. Stanfoni, Kj. work forward. ler aad Trill set out and push the am Fraternal Insurance Or- red desires a reliable whito man to take charge of Its work m this county to Introduce the order, solicit mem- collect monthly dues, organize appoint and manago sub-as- ents and so on. No previous experience is needed, as we will teach you how to operate, la a splendid opportunity for ?. good man, with liberal pay and chuace This a great cnance to become influential leader, to koln your fellow .nan aad make a sood income for your self at the same time. Thla society pays forfeits for ales, ms. accident and death. Thestrict-lodgeKefi hav0 grand rituallstlo work, l every pariy new aad tletilar. No other order like It was evar started. Over 65,006 memberships ready issued and growing very taeu Writs immediately for further par-o-f 'vicutars, giving fall loPoriucitlrra of promotion. Devote spare time at start, with yourself in letter. Address In COMMANDKFl HUPUKMH dtace, time later on. lod-nereenrt-whol- Weil known man wanted, strlttly GKNKttAL good ability, one who is a bust TON, KY. i BOX AB-29- COVING-hones- t, It it shall tun out that theae labor leader have resorted to dynamit. The A and not only deetr&yed a vast amount property but ttisrgo number ofdnno-cen- t Si of BstakfKherf Srt liree, the day of unionism would 5HELT8H . AAUFLEY,... Publisher seem to be At an ens. The crime wan so diabolical that there must have tome strong ti A YEAR aTKieTLY IN ADVANCB duce beea commission, UiOtlve to Inand whoever its may b the criminal, it is hoped that Eatorwd at tee Mstflico at he or they wffl fre discovered by the cbrw'aaall. a "There goes Congressman trial f the case and pnnlthod. has devoted SO years ef DEBeRATIC TICKET. saving the country." Ceraraor TVIlh'e leave the state "Yes. Par Circuit Judge. understand h HON. CHAKcxJ A. HARDIN, sn ettea aad remains away so longj about Jtoonnonn c 'or I Cenatr lriERioR Journal. fr ci wmll WV MwA STYLE. J. C. McClary, Tf)G BG$T TDPsr, - in Carson's - Restaurant STAIIFORD W.A. CARSON, PROP. UNBERTAKER Off1 AND E.MaALMOR Uoiuo I'hiMiH ,lf,. mhi Graft, lie his life to baa RTANFORB. I'hoRfi H7 1 '' Uitn himself." tavd Suriij Suitings My atw rartag aad Hnmiuer i.im!es are sow ready for jour Impaction. They eomprlst the best on i market 1 can mil anyone ax tu unrf wbn h. his clothes uiad ti order. A inli (made to your measino Is preforable to ready mdo clothe. To havo them made to measure doesn't cost anymore than ready raaiio when Qtmllty and fit Is considered. Com0 In and let me take your mcasuro, ; i w mi THE DYNAMITE OUTRAGE Tha arrest of tnree prominent i.ibor officials, ekarged wiUi the destruction of a large newspaper pl.int in I.os Angeles, is wfclca. twenty Urea wore lost, promises to be followed by a trial of extraordinary interest In Reactions and bitterness Whether tkeae mti aro ;ulltr we do not know. Only a meager outliuo o a part of Ue evidence hat been niv en to the press. Public uplnlom should therefore ho withheld until iha facta are developed oa tho trial. The labar leaders bow ever have rushed late ariat, la defease ot theo me a, and att oeatcat with dsclariae the belief that they are innocent, (to whlchi no aae oiui abject), witbiiut ovi deace t auatala the cbargos declare that the eaenlea f labor havo placed y dynamite ia kulldiugs la tho or tae arrested loadors for the sinister purpose at maklai; a case against taam. This charge appears so uureuaonaVo that it will aot to believed ualess suported a evidence. It ezhlbita a rtekltes determination, o parallel save in the that has eharge mad sy certaTi. republicans, Immediately aftvr tho assassln.itlon I Uoebel, that he was v.nd by domo-crntin order k)Scstroy the itopuu-llcaoccu-paacH a Ifi' to V Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When lo I. ' A HORSE'S -- OVERCOAT yj H. C. RUPLEY, Tho Practical Tailor. J iv i :t h v, ebrated World's Standardized Crossett the one that lasts longest, holds shape better, makes makes you look dressed up and down. IJhave them in Grey, Brown, Tan, Black and Patent Leather. SPRING LOW CUTS. We want to put onkyJur feet the cel- your physician has pre scribed a medicine for you to take, tho ieext Important step U to have that prescription placet! in the "feands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so It will bo compounded exactly as directed. We have gained an enviable reputation for always being very careful and painstaking- In our compounding and feel that, iu all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will find n complete and inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry and recommend AJLAASTINE, tho beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples of tlutsand ask us about It. called a blanket. Wo have every kind from the lightest to the hoavlest, from the fancy blanket for road use to tho plain but serviceable one for the stable. Every kind of stablo utensil too. OooJ, of course, and reasonable In price. They have to be to conform to our harnesa standard. J.C. MoCLARY, Stanftrri. We Want Produce AN HANBLB LIVE AND DRES&EB EGG8, HIDES, ICE, GOAL, FURS, J. L. Beazley & Co UNDERTAKERS BALMER8. ER IN POULTRY, WOOL, AND EM. ALSO DEAL. MAT-TINO- ALT, LIME, GINSENG, Sam Robinson Ky. Stanford, r -- PENNY'8 DRUG STORE. Stanford, Kentucky BIJ BfcdHMiidl29kaSlT FURNITURE, RUGS. FEATHERS ETC. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF 3TOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. STANFORD, : : H. B. Noiihcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153 I ' '1 Barky KENTUCKY. J&s i'5- - niW " ttJll' j , 4jfojrfb&jtiA&fiJu:r,j Mfc m h ,, CAf 1 wmti&ifi 'j r Minn Alllo YnnUf, of l.nncnnler, li tlio nttrnrtUn Riiont of Minn Iotllc C'nrson. J.ifli Hurkar rnotii notcrnl days In AIIbh Mnry Wllnon, or urnli Orchard I uxlnptnn thin wool mtimilwl Dip Siipcrlntniiiloiifn (!ono " cwtlnn nt Ilirivmoml, WVtlnoidnjr nml Jl T. WHkliwnn linn necojiletl a ! tiriiR Mmn. TliurMlny. union ni rlrk in I'utiny jKlrit. .1. K l.nio of Ummvlllo, onmn Mr. .1 ('. Ilyn iimlnrweiil a kIIrIH nponuren Sumnliiy Ami In foaroly hold-lin- t hi own niter tain iult III for wvrritl ilara. C M. fertlvn, f nml ,4 lr. lira. J. W. Alctt'tiortw, or l.xtntnfl afc gnol of Sir. m Mr. nml Mt. I. Wweftr. l.umll e. .Mm HtJiwt wnrmii, oi mmmumm Nra fliMNti of Mm llMtf LMiilHamr am! . oHwr mtrtt tioro, opaill UM wwk with hor IC B. .Nw:niKl, h piowlmiil jrmin Itov. t Mr Jopli ttoltun. AIM. uimit lorntll nml Mrs. Hor mnWiint of Uromwml, WM lioro with homo net) HoriMlim, nt 'lurrmrc. wr wttN rolwtlwm' Wodiiowlny o rcrnt ftom (Intrant rownty. Mr. J. r. Hy Wtrinevdajr. .In. T. J Itobltmcm, ol Juiiflfl Uhitr M. ItaWiMiii uswli nrrlvwl Wmtuewtay to b i lliu raiMiWhan ntilroHl wmmtmrimi-or't- t w. I. .liMlf Vinhmnly. KUML of hT nmvtmtlon nt nri 15 I . ircliiiHt m4 DfiMiHm nml Imr PhUer, Mm. HuiNirlHondiii .1. Onrlfttid tMngtoitm aiifwtal Mb Ton-- , IChiU for a plcftrttnt vtajt t J. p. .lohttwm, of fltwlmrg, i's . wtrnttnn of iiKiiiiiti'mlotilH at the lllclimond Normal Hrbnul IhU week. upoiit noenl dnyi ltwo tliln wcelc l.tltln (lMrs IMrtMtu. Jr. i of with litn fntllelnlHW, (lrorK ! Dr. ami Mm. It Ihtvtemrii Itrlglu llrlHlit. f Sofli"wt Utile twin. iiM bewiJ Hov. O. M. Ilnay. iuittiill with pneumonia. ntt In formvr iwihtor of th liaptlat rhui'' herf. win In StBnlofit Ihta wrck, n Minu'whal imprnwil tNln frmn Ills u n cclvliiK tlio Rlatl J.. (' Mriliry the i tm cntion trlundn. DlktriU blml MImi lnrKret Wurron, or this titcli wn IhI1 nt Mt Vcnmn luct Suuilny He wan or. tln priiRinui for i lly, hiw Imon flMJt III ol . .i i foror nt Homo, Now VorK, vhorc nn .iililrpiw In tli Httcriimin slit In timclilnu In thi SrKuol for tbo l)af. IMM ami I.htm Ij'nn, two v'i k no vn Lincoln eoMtv fannors, u' thl wpk t tli.- - Saiucraot plko, Colds, Indigestion, Hiieiid tlHMlt toll day pffp:tlliif nt Headaches, Pains, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Futt My or. Harida. IJunvl U. w.n Mra. Dizzincs? If you arc not, the most pn l.oain Wood, of Wodnotilay with hor inolhr effective, prompt and pleasant Mrn J. I I.ynn Mml ollwr method of getting rid of them is to Mrs W S. Donhntn rttirnwl to D.i , take, now and then, a dcscitspoon-fu- l llli, with hor for a hort vmit fn of the ever refreshing and truly frlondn in Iloylo. ' llalley, County Atto, JudKo Jbeneficial laxative remedy Syrup noy W. S. llurch, Mr. J. C. MoClnrv, of Res and Elixir of Senna. It is MImi. Mnttle I'Hxtnn, Mrn. .1. 1 Woi well Known throughout the world en, Mr. nnd Mm. J. F". Oiimmlna, Mrs ' rfi the best offamily laxative reme- K. J Urown. Mrn. .1. S. IU(v, Mr. nnd dies, because it acts so gently and Mrs. .1. N. Mimvfco wito nmoiiK iIiom strengthens naturally without irri- from hero who attcudod tlio funeral of MlMi lla lloldam nt C'rnti Orchard in tating the PERSONAL and SOCIAL Honator It. U lliibhlr, all!ndrl lhi wwx. rnfeH In l.oxInRton v, lth I'. T. llfek han boon millc III complaint for rvrrnl days. A. J Adaini or lliiRtonvl p. ronic down ror the hall pnm Tlinrwlay. Jli. lw Or-loa- Hhr, BIG FIRE AT LONDON. Cofley nml other rclatlren ncre. Iter. Mark Collin, hln non Mnrk Col- .SlioJtly jicforo JnldnUlit Tuifdny1 Uh. Jr., A. At. Swope nnd letlt llerry itrore here In n nty? ulRhl tho Hubbard Hotel, owned and 0f lxlugton, J)nna automolillp Thornlny morntna. jfcupled by Sol riptun lth nil Its ,m,tor of lnn iroi,j ;ct,ntHnui, wnn destroyed by urn, wlilc.ii !uv VAlWh tn'r;reK?trfiliynron' V Olrmmln rhwreh anil li otio of' wan not dliootercd until the who i IW"rmo to ,h" known mlnlntr ol rontral ' bioldliHC m In f!anni The l.imny man electrocuted. Imrely owenpoil. Alan an niljoinn. ; l)iiln (.III, It K. irltobartu and Kcntm kj III.. cotUn?, owneU by Albort .) rdan (tereral othor iJineBitet Ikt oam Ail red Tjip. of Tay'ravl.o, .'t . over ror thp nail sninp imirroay . , Mr ...-- .j vloiled Bin w i.ra i.ri,,ni, or Will 15. Itnlilaami. ' (if llarrnrislmrm. " ..lutih I. ..., .i .. ...i. ... iiiini fiurinc ittr lam iiinemi bull Mopped by Tnmlny to m ,T V ' V Mr' Hlxmi ,,f Wtorv'"'; , will jour nmlera l.i ramemixr that .1 . aame whllo m rwiito to Crab Orchnr.l. . " mih". Mr. ami Mm. J ll. niufwan nre im-- i hi.t wb iKHoe aim tiiree eniiilren In lONnratn atiHi up tin t.ie arrival of niiuibath l.oeh wh&h nath enmo to riro In Pebnmry. l.3uo itmut.ir' ( a fine yoiinn anw In .hHr tton.p UlB gooH 0(, ,MtMr. wa enrrled on tho Hotel ami SO Itanklii who In att,rniMiM AUr ( Mf ,i,Mg,mnn Mrt, ,, w on thp rottnge, which prncticilly c v ,u t inK .vinoiano uwiiihip iin,lc,mnii. Mm. C. K. rod tho loan. London Henllnel. dayn nt lior homo In Mncaalor thin Halo, .rn 1. la Cook aixl a iiuml)r wwik, ncotiifliiaiiliMl ly MMa Moor, of n GOOD WOMAN GONE. oihr local Inrtlea ent from harp Ilia fhctilty- .- Itlehmoml Olmai. Mra. rfrrtabeth l.each of Alnywood to ilHatonvlllo to atlmul th Sniwtay TTwrnday ltirv. r. C. tlruce conrantlon of tho Cfcrlatian paitscd itwny at homo Aloud j, Totw , to l from aprlnHllold, Atay iht, nftor a latiKthy IIIiioab. Mho chntck. rli.irKo of the I'reshyterton chiireh In Riirvirod by hor liiiBbnnd, and foi.r here. rhlldren. Thp funaral Mrvlww wei DEATH OF MISS HIATT. Aim. V O Hmitl r,i Minn Cillie comlHeted nt Old ISplismiH ehtirrn llRtmnondn, of Duinnill' ( mev '(inn TtioMiny mornlnK at 10 o'clock by K MIh I'annlr Hlatt, the bright IV iIm ty, nre the ki (, fiin vip nlit ilmiulilvr nt Mr. nml .Mrs. A. J. C. I,lliiRHlon mIn tho presenco oi ' .1 ll eUter, .Mrn H ,rlen" nnu 'ovo" ,,lr9 ",,m"or Mr Lewis Coluj, t: v a ,n w..n C. Illnlt, died on Alondny laat and" io pay mo ihfi w hV. turletl nt Oak Villi. Itockcantle. U hero Willi l iiroMitr, .losipn . aiiurntjim tr bole to thla cood .toman. 3 ROYAL akka Powder mmm y The manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have always declined to produce a cheap baking powder at the sacrifice of quality. . ,( llr M w '"'t imiUKM-ln-law- t. iimii' ." 4i.mi ni .... 1 rrel hr -- t, llr.tlt lnil county ni ociock lusudy alter sorw en by Air. J. C. McChij! Mr nml Mrn. Hlatt recently rmned to K"r. ' ) m to Ojcn Hra Mt. Veinon. tron- - HlrAC and taw "I Wodnwliiy nlslit to hear 1'rof. M it any frhmU In tliln Miction who W1' Uo ln n,1(l ''"' HI'iBtrnted Le wltl' ' t lend ic ie fympatliy in i "" '" b01" ' tt a'1 a,ul pf" ion .l.r, I ARE YOU FREE FROM !tt In disorders nnd dfs- cases of children drugs seldom do good .and often do harm. Careful feeding and bathing arc the babies' remedies. aun rt thlr B iuroi nn me ianu oi wonuern. 'lit or gnidcd nahor 1. ncno m:-zrZf- &''M rlatl'f Scott's Emulsion is the that only nourishes them not most, but also regulates their digestion. It is a wonderful tonic for children of all ages. They rapidly gain weight and health on small doses. food-medici- Wt v 4 - - ' system any way. To get its beneficial effects it is V,rdneinv n'itmoor K .J always necessary to buy the genu- Kliinoy in hla W antimiobllo Wed ine, manufactured by the California r.etMlhy ll saya that wk has heeu n Fig Syrup Co., bearing the name ilaronl'numl imi th cci mlne-Otr ainpl t of the Company, plainly printed on hi father's place. (tuince to lttlke 'pny dirt ' the front of every package. t Tanner drovo ovor front Mi TOR SAW BY AIT. CRUOOISTS Send 10c , Mac of lMrrr ""d IM nJ. for our Ixnutilul bavtm Hunk and Child' hkrtcb Took. !acl Kink contain! a Ucod I.uck l'tnny. SCOTT & nOWNC 409 PtiH Su N. Y. DETSY'S POINTERS Mlns Mary McCoy of Va)no3burK "No woman who values health, ood mamf Tho alum baking wan the naot.t of Airs. Sidney Chll : complexion and shapely llguro should show tho IngrcdionlSm A well crs last eok. ntRlcct i hyalcal exercise. AHss Ada Alltcholl left Saturday forj READ THE LABEL equipped womanH Kymnanium contains a Vauhtu'o. rolllnc nln. sweeper, mop. Harrodsburs, whtrc sh. will spoud a' v;cek, w'"1 hor sister Airs. Mo. IH2XSE& fcuir.K m chine, aud a set of fioodpw riuh lnwU nml lhn. In pnmnletn "0 Hamilton. at hand hou no wlso person will bo Ilev. AI. li. Smith bought of Airs ilWODLu; on the Coulter l iace. tli, nstom. you should have COFFEY Xttori AUord sold to At. S. Bauph wiMiuitt It John Vooum lier farm near King' your gioicrlen. &. COLEMAN supply Kvcryboly Invited to call and Incolt for J'JO. 1tv I'etrless chick and poultry feed, .Mountain. Price private. The for- - man a 2 year-olspect our new supply or mllllnory ajid uer sold a lot In Kind's .Mountain to 25 cents. 10 pound Wo Hie i" i'"ie the Urge nu'il W. C. Dyo for $S0. COFFEY & COLEMAN, box of new subscribers for your pa notions Just received tills week. Prlee3 Allsses Dyo and Hrown. In erecting a nlco per, und we belfevo th- - time Is ne.u reasonable. Prompt Delivery. Hut'ir Phone 196. ?Jk y Yl -- - lion Aaron W'atulnn vsill Iect' re . t tlm court house mxt Monday night at 7 !.'. Air. WnthhiH in ono ot tho fin nt lectursra on Uio Am rlcan pin' lorm and a leader in U'a pruh:hitto i party, baiua; matle the race for proflidnt on the prohlbttlc n UcL. t : t tho Mat pretlden'lv' el?( 'ion, Tho reople hVe a ram treat .n th com Ing of thlt dlHtingulsheU man to cc Royal Baking Powder is made from pure grape cream of tartar, and is the embodiment of all the excellence possible to be attained in the highest class baking powder. Royal Baking Powder costs only a fair price, and is more economical at its price than any other leavening agent, because of the superlative quality and absolute wholesomeness of the food it makes. Mixtures made in imitation ot Dakinj powders, but containing alum, arc frequently distributed from door to door, or given away in grocery stores. Such mixtures are dangerous to use in food. In England, France, Germany and some sections of the United States their sale b prohibited by law. Alum is a dangerous mineral acid, and all physicians cocdemn baking powders containing it. PLEASANT POINT I labs! of powders d fci-- ' vl 1" Beginning Wednesday, May 3d? and Continuin:g ror leu Days, We Will Offer Hundreds of Tailored Suits, Silk Dresses, Wash Dresses, Skirts, Etc, at Very Decidedly Reduced Prices. May 3 to May 13. we give you. Right in the heart of the season giving you selection from the best lines of Suits, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, etc., we have ever brought to Danville, and at prices that would be low for the end of the season. There will be no reservations, as we will include in the sale every item of ready made garments in our Suit Room. TT is a rare opportunity Nothing Sent on Approval or Laid Aside $11.9Q uits, made of strictly-al-l wool materials, with silk linings, and well tailored. Materials and styles all new. Prices White Dresses. We have in stock just about 100 new White Dresses made of imported Voiles, Marquisettes. ambroided andLingerie and it is said to be the finest jine ever in Danville, and new just at the time you need them, we will offer choice at decided reductions. Prices ranged from from $5 to $40 and will be reduced. All-over At this price wc will offer choice of about 20 of this season's were $18.50 and $20. . At this price we offer choice of 30 excellent Suits. In this lot arc to be found the new Worsteds, Serges, Mohairs, etc. All handsomely tailored and finished. Also n number of fine whito serge suits and hair line suits all entirely new. Prices were $22, $23.50 and $25. . $14.75 $23.75 Wash Dresses. We have over 100 new dresses in Ginghams, Muslins Linens and Lawns, ranging in price from $3 to $7. They are selling too, but in this sale everything in ladies' garments, are included and these will be sold cheap. i... At this price we offer choice of all the vp ry finest suits we carry. These are in Whipcords, Serges, Worsteds, Pongees, Mohairs and noVelties. These arc the very finest to be had. Tailoring and finishing the best and styles the latent. A few white set ge suits in this lot. Prices were up to $37.50. $1.75 Shirt Waists. One lot of Chiffon Waists made over net, in various colors, White Voile Waists trimmed in colors. were $5. One lot of ', We have left from last year just 10 suits. These were priced from $18 to $30 and we offer choice for $5. The skirts alone are worth double the price. At this price we will offer you choice of more than 60 new Silk Dresses. A great the assortment of styles, colors, and patterns of silks. Undoubtedlyearly greatest variety and to be sure of getting such a low price. Come best values ever offered anywhere at Values up to $20. the particu.ar dresa you want. $5 $3.75 Waists. Choice of any of our finest imported Voile, Chiffon, Marquisette and Beaded Waists, reduced from $5, $6 and $7. I 4 1 t $10.95 Silk Petticoats $1.98. We will offer special in this sale over 100 Black and Colored Silk Petticoats made of pure silk, glossy Taffeta. Full width skirts with ruffle and NEW Silk. At this price they are cheaper than cotton petticoats. a JK 4. B. Robertson & Bro., tHfoyrerr X Danville, Ky. I ifrniMH -- "- - - "-- rrr...JUNeTioN"eiTY, ky. , v c -- ?,-'. J"? 4: I t L. R.HUGHES, T. W. HUMBLE. eV , i W.O.MARTIN. J OF THE QRE FRE8H FEED JUST RECEIVED LOT CAKFETS IVVcan measure your room and guarantee an exact fit and no H Thst br rroflu are la sb V riMlns.kot lira eannot tM lb Nf ptvfli. mim too Imp yoarmfw f m from worn. rY P Win mmttmt Forwarding Charges on all Purchases to the Amount of $5 or more within 200 Miles of Louisville. VH ' JH UJJJJJJ m BRACES. r e- yiMMMMWHWW - 4 . l vm vb vnmiBviPHipHi , At- Snp.rial Prices for Mail Order f!m;- I W 11 tomers. Send your Order in at Once we Will see tu : : nmtfHM nA Pmmnfitx vaiA w !.. ..,. - B RAILROAD FARES REBATED AT OUR TRANSFER DE8K, FIRST RiOOTl, TO ALL WHO WISH TO DO THE IR SHOPPING! in LaUI3VILLE. H SHOULDER blw I waste in matching. We have a beautiful line of Samples in Ingrains from 35c per yatd on up, and Brussels, Velvets etc., from $1 to $1.50-- . We in-- I J SalSvet ar you to breath daem expand the lungs, hare your children wear , Bt will poattrtstr etean etrt Hi & onlr In roar ibMp, trot In evsrr etbsr V them. Come Id sUe for man,, women at enlMl sa joor pl.c Tbliwmodeewert- - H and children. 76 cnt value malL orp lBiiBlrllldMlror end ntt every der special 23 centa. & M4wnrm.lMTlntbiilnuirrMln(l((Mt 1 4 and sMlmlUte trtrf oance of food n Mta. B auf-Vts a wonderful tonle end eon- ot cent day Bt dltloner. t Itf rorts bat H per ei. KfS. 8. K. fell Comrinr, o. hd r, Cleveland, J H vite your inspection. HUGHES, MARTIN cTMcnrjn & CO.. iv K'apcctnlly designed DRESS SHIELDS a regular 10c correct llnd, nil new Roods at an extraordi- bxrar nary low Drier. Site i only. Mall A splendid stiil proportions. line help fur every dressmaker. Hend order special per pair S cents, jlza of bust. Il.TS value mall ordor DRESS 8HIELDS. Klolnert make) splint tl.it. M just received 0,000 pairs an oppor- M LADIES' SANITARY BELTS Per?... .""SK t....lty for dressmaker and Mtftte m fect fitting, washable, each In a nice value mall order special &!)c. rrs to lay In n supply, ISc and lic 5 rents box for mailing. All sizes. nlue mall order special No. 3, 7uc, M value order special 13 cents DRESS FORMS. Complete, fui dozen. No. 4. 8.i cents n doien, ror ii'.nhstL with extension stand that ran .nir 10 cents, SEhVIETTES AntiSANITARY be ralped ur lowered to nny desired septic absorbent and odorless $4 50 talue mall order " YARDS SPOOL SILK, btack on- skirt UiiKtU I'nckocl special by Mil phyglclnns. vnlH0 n,B oru"cr "Pcclnl ' ""' $:r, The same form with C In a box. extrn ulckol trliunilnR lor SXOU Mnll order special 115c. ter dozen 4.ri rents. Tnesei will en I lor BUST FORMS. u. HOOKS AND EYES niaek and Bwntw aini ftblta ail. sIzihi,. '2 dc-ieyres nn a cord, C reals rm4e, nail jrdrr special 0 carda. for IH'cnati", HOOK; ANQ. EYE. TAPE ItOit aroot book and eyes Mall order special per, dozen yards $1.50 pon yard tRc )f every ety e, every DUTTONS. color, eerr site, lluttons tnado to order at short notice from your oven materials. Raised flat or combination style. Prompt attention Riven to ev- dress-maker- s. ?.'.. ham. rocom-mende- d ""' ery order STEWART DRY GOODS CO., INCORPORATED. Louisville Kentucky, Ory Goods, Notions.lShoesiCKMi.ir.c 1 COW-EAS- E PENCE BROS. Stanford, - - - Ky. THE FARMERS Father Le. W. B. King. J. T. Martin, Sarah E. Martin, Fred llandorf, Uood farm for prlvnte saie. Terms caay. Seo Mrs. ltcbecca it. Carpenter 24-lluslonvilie. For Sale. Seed corn. Gold Standard yellow itnpnned Uoone county corn, per bushel, .lohn Cook. W. O. Walker last week purcluifc" a very fine three- - ear old btullion by HiRhland (Jay out or a Red Cloud marc trom Urldge llros., of Ml Sterl- Ins which he will stand at Nuimeley's Stock Yards, where Carnill I'restonis mnklng the season, lie will stand this flnu younno stallion at $'J( to Insure a living colt. Cress ami Jones boiiRht 17 140 I.omid hogs o"f Joe Davis at 5 a'o same at san.e price from Mr. Martin, some corn of Fisher IlerrlUR at $:7r,. John R. Anderson boiiRht one 1S5 pound Uor and 11 40 pound sboats of II. C. Anderson at 8 rents. He also sold some com to Frank Spoonainorc at ?.!. Logan Thompson purchased 75 bar--i tels of corn from Mrs. K. K. l'OSTKD. fl-2- BELIEVES CATTLE and HORSES FROM FLIES. A liquid - with husking nnd crib- - whcr ho will locate, but as ho Is a bln wc should also charge two dol- - niodcl citizen we hate to rIvc him up. lars a day for the team. Assuming Rlvo him up. " a'o ul uaniei Anuerson on xnu that th0 nvcrnse man will husk 70 Ui conducted by Col. J- - L". Chandlor, bushels ler day, and that only ono man htiaks with a team, tho oxpenscM brought Rood urlce. KerythlnR nv per cent nooto par, h I rt .i uitj I'll .1 1 v nfi IumiJ '.tl i bushels wluld t iaKwi about 20 uiv to J2.40. There la therefore," Kfi'nt mill, articles heinR hmrloomr amount a difference of only ono dollar nnd and relics One old fashioned coided sixty cents per acre between huskliiR bedstead t.iui.glit S it bclliR uiutli- 'jy nnd cribbing nnd cuttlnR nnd fllllni: the old fashioned lurnliiR lathe. Mrs. S. M. Chandler has been cull the silo. Silage 1ms proved va.uablo lor horses sheep, brood sows, cons ed to the bclhlde of lir mother. Mrs. AnOurrfon Leach, of Muuood, who ' nnd fattening cattle. Kx. comparison - ua? . ! w mater-Mlr.preparation carefully compounded from consistency for applying with a sprayer, and It will It Is of the right nut giim up t"e hair or blister the skin. Every dairyman and every owrer of livestock should use COW EASE monduring the summer season. Its use Is a humane act, and it also saves cwner, as a herd of milch cows that are sprayed regularly ey for the stock 10 to 20 per throuah the sunnier months will yield on the averajje 'rem applied. cent more milk than they would if COW EASE was not . of horses: a .... horse win los flesh in fly time, i COW EASE before drMng, he will keep 'n wne'reas If he Is grayed .. not lthely to live lilt, McKINNEY Mrs. I, limit McDonald, of unction City was the Rtiest or her niblcr .Mrs K. J. Titninie this- week. liro. tlabbart will ivoach at Uio Christian church ncct Sunday. The local and literary soclet will meet at the school houso Friday nlRht everyone Invited to como nd nnve good time there wllf bu' a debato on 1'ninrej Sprntt of 1'itrN hither .1. HiirIi Spratt Is ltltl't? (pod condition. FOR SALE PRIVATELY1 Ou ni count ot an oxress of business 1 desire to sell my mill at MeKlnney, Ky. It has a capacity ot 7ft barrels of Hour per day; machinery In good con dltlon. Situated on the t A: C. road and draws patronag,, from Casey and oth er countl?, good turnpikes lend to It ami is In the heart or a line wheat W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. labor end capltol. 'T i Embroidery and Lace. Will j-3 make special prices on all Em-broidery and Laces SATURDAY g 6th and MONDAY, 8th. Will sell On m & jg them so cheap you can't afford to . pass them by. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. S I L. L. SANDERS, 5S? B l"ji The Kind that Burns good, Makes no clinkers, and very Little Ashes. We Give you 72 Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Ounces to the Pound. "V times told will bring about thirty-fivforty cents. We have made no allowa ance for labor ln either case. Tho com stalks remaining In the field afNOTICE OF DISSOLUTION! ter husking aro often old at 30 cents h A roan vho has a weak and iicpairrd stomach nml vho cts r.ot WE WILL DELIVER ilelng unable to give proper alien- - per acre. Their valuo will probably properly digett his food will toon find tlut his blood liu becurua a Al, 41.. ms 4Mtrt In knirA urlV not exceed ono dollar per acre. Of weak and impoveritlicd, und that his vliolo body u improperly and wnen wo consider the cost of. iatuificiently nouritlied. my Intcrcf hi tho New Stanford Drugl00"5 rutting and putting the corn Into the .. Co.. to J. V. Bryant a registered phar Dr. PlCitCC J COLSCU KEDllJr.u O.COVEltY CO conts per AT YOUR DOOR makes Aj ztomlt bt.'vnt, promutca fSo t.'ow ot macist, well known to Stanford peo- rllo, It Is not far from incentive iulcca, rcaturcs Hie lott appetite, makes per nero, on corn ple. Ho and P. V. Whlpp my fonncr ton, or five dollnrs naslmlljHon ucrfvet, Invl&oratea the liver and Mll:o Kennedy sold a horse to Thob, your partuer v!ll contlnuo the business nt nurltles and enriches the blood. It la the Great blootUmaktr, Call us by phone and give us ClayWtton bought tlcsffbullUcr nnd restorative nervo tonic, it makes men the bauie old stand. 'I hanking (ho ico lhinn for Hiu. II. and atroni In body, ectlvo In ml' if and cool la ludacrncnt. pie for their liberal patronage and ask 12 hogs from Frank Hourn'o at 6 cents order for our nice, Iresh meat tng them to contlnuo same with the Wm, Jtnney sold i'. cows to James I medical roots, i'' i. This "Discovery" I o pure. tS 'it ul American drws. All its clean new groceries. $70, Win, Doulln for absolutely free from alcohol unt' new Uria where they will always re- Hamilton relationship with secret r lnredienti are printed on its wrJppti ceive courteous and careful attention. bought a team of maro mules of Dow. the schools of Call for J. C. LYfN for MEAT i '.ou '- nnoilrumi. Its every ingredient i cu lor , I request an early settlement of all uu Fox or ,104. t 1. medicine. Don't accept a secret . due tho old Una. AfT accounts and le'ding US bufchels. Now in theso And remedy a known coMroimoN. ut know of .rijtbborhood, many cures roado by it during put books found at the drug store. W. B. figures tha team Is charged at the .Uuffalo.N.Y. World's Dispensary Medical Asm 28-LAUD &' BUCHANAN 'for Groeerlc O'HajMB. day. .a uiaklng that rate o( f? e J H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, - ,,.., Khno, 10 uer reiuru. Iha alu, ttiolr Mrs. John Xaylor, SUinrord, Ky., It. V. vote for a good trustee Tor the future It may lie taken for granted that D. No. 4, care B. I. Ulankenshlp. there h no family of any size that success depends on tho trustees Mnccabeoo will meet In goes very long; without needing a kix- The DOES A SILO PAY? May, ative. If you don't know of a good the MacvHhee Imll on Tbu.i-d.t4th, Lot nil the members be jjtesciitl laxative, or the laxative you are using is losing its effect, wc want to call ba done There Is eufllclent evidenco now pub rome Important work lo visit-- l your Attention to Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Miss Ktta Gooch ot Homen-e- t liehed by both farmers and experiPepsin, vhich thousands ol families her slsler Mrs. T. II. (ilnglcton ment stations as lo the value of corn are using successfully. silage to warrant any farmer of a prac ,ast wtc,t' We liavo scores of letters from mothMr. and Mis. John McFarlaud of ers, nnd Mores Crqta prominent men Ileal turn of mind In drawing the conguebta ot Mrs saylntf they ana uslnc It personally and Ky., aro the rlTloc-- It to thlr HsWUm. m clusions that corn sllago Is a profit- Rowcua, like Mr. Mr. John Heck u. K. Hmlth ot th Trmo Clearing: able feed. Them are now some 20 ex McFarland's brother boys will play base bill Home, 1'ine IlluK. Art. and If r. Coorne Mlddleburg B. Turner, n lawyer ot Il&rlan. Ky. The pcrlraent stations In the United States Saturday stlter- thajjands c( mothers who uu it them-se- lr Mint tmva ntthUstied rtnta of some kind with our homo team and civ It la-- their children 3 'c,ock P- - ,M' roon I.roInS the high feeding valu0 or corn H. l ClarkKon wife and hOII, ct would lake loo much apaoe lo mention. ... J. Tho reason they prefer Syrup lenln n. n uiWfcHvy i,... illdfiU. IUB l.ltWTl ICUllj mild, rentle laxative-toni- c (science Hill were tho guests of Dr. la that It doeaa not rrlpe that erTectlre nnd the short couro at Waukon, lovvn. yet Gilder and family flirt of tlw wee):. kton no mild that haiilea ran (akn II Iia - prnfe-n- r 'Ttirl"rt. rmnvni;j Invigorate Mic linly anu ireiiMltieii tho kiomach itait .tteUilyn tal"'.vd fit IiHt'i n wiea n th.tl irtey nKln do Ihclr tr t'llnrnllr. If ytu liavo be n caVel in tn? rstiruj Iviol, ii ol Mill, itlllaaiid fctronc catdar-tic- s you will discard them when you cowe. A tanner said ne ugu.ea itut expense of eartii ration per day. On 1(0 Green Kldd, tho IIUlu i.Oii, oi oace use Hjrrup Frpslo. You can buy n fifty cent or one dol-hijd silage, hay and grain. The other Hiram Kldd cut his foot ludly battle ot any druKKlst, liut before you may want lo try It free. o said that while 'helping his lather maku spokes' dolnr w hod bay and grain. If so, aeetd your Address to Dr. Caldwell and he will promptly forward a vahiing hay at fin per ton and silage Inst week. free sample bottle. Then, belnc connt ft a ton, the silage ratlun cost two Mlis KeHle Spiutt who li.is been vinced, do as others are dolnr nnd buy It In the cents tier enw per da leaking her homo with ner graudmoth tirugglsL reaular wiv of votir fsvn.ii. and one-hal-f Dr. Caldwell does not feat that tr less than the hay ration. According tr, Mrs Hkclton Coleuuu, has gono purchase of Ms remedy ends hla obllto tbe chart the hay ration showed 1 to live with her aunt Mrs. Tom ISrent. Catlon. lie has specialised In stomach, diseases little higher nutritive vnlue as I now J. C I lay 3 sold his farm to Tout rears andbowel be pleasedfortoover forty will rive the remember. Johnson for $3,000 with Immodlato eader any advice vn the subject free welcome to write 2i charJFe-- ..A" Think of it1 At Tour dollars per ton possession and then bought Andy klm. Whether for the medical advlca the free sample address him Dr. tho farmer may obtain ten times four 1ucUcr"s farm for $4,250. Wo under cr II. Caldwell, MI Caldwell building. W. dollars, or forty dollars per acre, for stand that Mr. Tuckor Is undecided Wontlctllo. IlL bis corn. The same corn husked and MU.s Hello Cowan was the winner piece set of silverware of a nice Riven a way at a contest here last week at Uio McKinney opera honso b.. the Colondo Grant show for being the most popular gfrl In MeKlnney. jwujs .ueJie cownu ueairc to mani all of hrr frlpnilit for the ynj ruppoit at ?S.75. ttey gave licr tn the conleht Ii. it week Mrs. M. F. tiwrenio fidld 124 hens Miss Cowan having won the prize cents, reall2lng to Northcott at 11 Misses Lena nnd Mary Heck visited therefrom 53.81 Mis3 Florence Carter from rYiday unA red cow, white In face. til Monday. nick out of ear, dehorned, brands on Saturday 6tn is election nay right hip part of bush of toll Rone U trjhle8y for grailcu scnooI glvmg milk. Left April 21. Reward whQ ,s ln 1 2 belt. For lurtber partrlculars write or see J. S. Murphy, MeKlnney, Ky, NOTICE OF OISSJOLUTION. The KuMonvlllc Holler Mill Com nauy a under the lewr ol state ot Kentucky, doing bustnera in town of iliistonvllle . Kentucky, lb0 Is now closing up Its business an a All persons having claims against it win present them tor P"vt, mcDt. I.. T. Young See fcTroas, 22 cort-oratloE A 9 U WM Isl jK WE . vZeve Just received our new Queen Quality" styles for Spring and they're ieauties. ve did not oelieve such footwear ossih?e at the SSk H V8 lor iniormauon leaamp ovro on) ..,. lntcrMt0 ,, R Laxative Sent QuL Free to Try p have outdone rice. themselves. Smart, styles with plenty of comfort and service just what you have leen looking for. You 11 buy here eventually. VPhy not The makers snay tR jrj l , Ttj W to-da- y? n Cummins & Wearen, g - ,..,.H ty 1 riit, vu JbH 3 S. ..... Children's Roman 9 9 Sandals. If you want more than just plain, SOI .... '. - !:,'?al v.''TBJJJk KENTUCKY. The Fountain Head of Life Is The Stomach - Y Meats & Groceries t ordinary v every' day style in children's foot wear, you will buy a pair of the Sandals. They satisfy that craving for footwear ill . A-- !' lime-prove- n 8 jr W, E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. n jnnm y' T -c- iA'1u-iirt' "Tii'i ri j .ijijfwai-niiiii- i ii i m i, Dai lilfcgn.jiim iH.X tJlje'WlWfesSifr .'nlft. nn .Bii;).