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The Stanford interior journal: May 19, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911051901_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 19, 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. ' fmmw't '' i;m U4J.-II'',"- nJ in wty THwriJii1 i"f'" T r !rrwwv i. VOLUMI XXXVIII. NO. 39. The Stanford Interior Journal. 8TANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1941. EVERY TUESDAY. AND, FRIDAY. LINCOLN HAS TEN VOTES Johnston for MTreary Wilson's IN CONVENTION TO NOMINATE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR RAILROAD COM MIS8IONER8HIP "Hilly" Klnlr, or J.oxiigton. whn la n condlilAto for Railroad Commls-iilonowon out nt ft meotlng of tho Speaks Here Saturday. 8ayt BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBP Those "Eats" ON Court Begins Maaday WILLIAM H. CURTIS Adjutant Hs'll De General Elected r, Stnto Central Coinmltlco last week nml a convention wns called to nominal o tho democratic candidate, to bo hold in I.outsvlllo Juno 14. County (mass convention will bo held In tho 32 counties of tho district on Monday, Juno 12 to nnmo delegates to tlio contention. Lincoln county In In till, the rccond railroad district, and In entitled to 10 rotes In tlm convention, tho comities In tho district having ns follows: Counties Delognto Vote , Adjutant Gonernl 1. r. Jonston, who In ono.of tho loading members of Gov. Wlllson's administration, and u gentleman In ovory sonn ut tho word, Is for McCrenry for Oov ornor and expresses tlio boiler that ho will win for Governor, lidltor W. I. Walton, or the Ixrxlngton Herald, wrote In his paper "In n conversation with Adjutant General 1. I. Johnson, who attended tlm rates yesterday, he told tho wrltor without hesitation tbutho would vote for Senator McCreary lor (lovernor and folt sum that he would mo elected. Ho iiIbo expressed tho belief that Lieutenant Governor- - Cox would receive tlm Itepubllcnn nomination for Governor and mnko the bCHt race nnv man of his pnrty can." high-clans RBBBBBBHrBBBBBBBH LLLLLbW' PBBBBbV'' ibbIbbbbVmL . 'LLLLLH f'BBBBBBBH u aiiiiiiiiH PI;. v . , r;MM rcprc-uentntlo- u Bach Club Gallatin Owen h ORGAIZEO DY MUSICIANS OF STAN 14 FORD SCHOOL. Slott J"a)otto Jcsbamlne Pulaski Wayne Clinton , J2 2tl S 12 7 ; 4 ltutscll Caoy Lincoln ..... (i 10 C Garrard 1'oylo Mercer .Anderson Woodford "ranklln t 3 3 7 8 if. 11 U Henry Oldhnm On,, of tho biggest events In a po ltilral wny in Stunrord in a lon( , u time, will bo the nppearancc here on C Lincoln's for Him Saturday or Congressman Olllo M 7 ,....'. Jamfs, of tho First district, who will Jsclt-o12 ,.l CHENAULT HUCUELY SUGGEST-Espeak In tho interest of his candidacy a Uuihlncton ... FOR R. R. COMMISSIONER .Marlon 10 tor United. States Senator rromlnei.) Taylor '. 6 democrats from nil over this and ad (l)anvlllo Advocate) Ori-- i Joining counties nro expected to t l Attorney Chennult Muguely, of the present 7 .aalr ns well as nuito a number local bar. Is being boosted for mil- Cumbcr&tnd :i of republicans, who nut only want to road commissioner from this the sec tho man who has been a thorn dlstrlcL Mr. Huguely Is being In Total 403 the sldq of their pnrty in Congrqss urged by his mnny friends In this 'nnd the ndjolnlng counties to enter Judge i:. II. Heard, or Slielhyvlllp. KING'S MOUNTAIN !h nn active candidate for tho place tht. race, but ns yet has not signified his Intentions. It ho decides to enter and as ho Is the only candldato from Kverett Djn l.ns Just recovered from tho iiii congressional district. Lincoln tho political arena, he will mako a Btrong candldato for tins Important nn nttark or turpcz. county will very probably Instruct for Mrs. J. D. Long Is 111. Mm. Heard wanted to go before tho position of railroad commissioner MIsb Annlo Wells is on the sick list. iieopio In a primary, but Klalr con- which demands men or ability, and W. T. Flanagan, of Lebanon Juncwill causo tn two Resent nsplmnts trolled. Others mentioned as probable candidates aro W. O. Davis, of to havo visions of ilvfc.it. Mr. Hug- - tion, nnd Jnmese Dyo bought ol 1.. Wiodord, It. L. llrown. of Pulaski; J. liiely Is a graduate of Centre College Hunt, his farm near here, ot 11.'! acres .iiiiil the Ijiw Department. He has tor ?l.nn. l. Newmun, or Nolson: II. I). Ilev. Moore, ol Hethei Ridge, preachbeen practicing law lor tho past sev 1). of Louisville, nnd W. en yearn, nnd his legal ability is well ed nt tho M. K. church Wednesday of Washington. known nnd recognized throughout ctunlntr. ltcv. J, A. Singleton will till Uev. central Kentucky. IJoylo county Wiould appointment nt Pleasant Jelfrles' have a representative uti th,) statu Game at Lancaster nnd if Attorney Hugue- Point Haptlst church Saturday nfter-nooly runs, It will bo two of her best Sunday and Sunday evening. WON BY THRELKELO BY 8 TO 0 rhancos to securo her dcsertH. Ilo Ilev. Jeffries having gone to JacksonTHE BOX SCORE. bah a. host of friends ttiroughout tho ville. Fin. ninny adjoining counties, nnd tho Hcvs. Combs and Jones aro hold-luLancaster Muy IS. Advocates hopes that his decision will a protracted meeting at Parlor Tho ThrelKelil Select School bnso bo to tackle tho gam. Urove. ball team of Nlchol.isvlllo defeated Oliver Itouten went to Danville on tlio Lancaster high tclinol team hert-oWednesday, seeking employment. Monday afternoon, tho score being New Fast Train MUs Kdna Childcrs is visiting relS to 0. Although tlio giuno was vory atives near Duncan. onesided It whs interesting from or Danvl le, win "'"O11 Harmon, St. Louis Brought In Closer Touch j start to finish. The local boys were drlcs the Indian Kenning Comoany's With "The Land or The Sky." nnablo to solvo Kvnn' delivery, whllo oil wagon, was hoie :.ionday. ... In' tin.. n III. .,- - (.rut-wiv... ...... ...... !. the visitors found llcrrou for ten hits. pou- i Krnest Dunawav is vlsltinc his Hotli teams put up good field work. cles tb.it have characterized tho nd brother here. mlnUti.itlon of President W. V Tho score: Mrs. Milton Johnson returned homo Flnl-- y, tho Southern Hallway Ion Sunday put Into operation n new fart Tuesday after n visit to her son and LANCASTER AH Hll I'O A train of modern equipment to bo other relatives at WilllumsLown. 4 Robinson lb 0 10 0 known as the "St mhiIh Special". Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Flanagan havo new train will operate botween C 4 4 This Mcltoberts 3b 0 St. louls. Mo nnd Ashvllle, N. ('., been visiting tho latters mother near 4 1 1 llalcomb cf l viu or lxnilsvllle. Shelby Me. Hnrrods here. 1 3 Miller ss 0 2 burg, nnd Dnnvlllc, Ity nnd Knowlllo Mrs. Reynolds .1. Herron rf 7enneeo , Throueh drawing room and U., James visiting and sons Fred ....3 0 wore liir mothor, Mrs. pullpiun sleeping cars cf the most 3 llastin c 0 6 0 modem typo will be carried between (Jeorgo (Hlliland. 3 Joseph 21 0 0 2 St. Louis and Ashvillo. in addition Wesley Bastln, of Middle-townO., :t Doty If 0 2 0 to providing thro'igh Pullman sleep- was horo to seo one of our most between St. l.oul G ers and couches 1 2 0 Jlerron p , nnd western North Carolina It will cbnrming young Indies last week. nlso provide superior accommodations .Mrs. J. It. Singleton and daughter, 1 29 27 17 lor nil western people lor Atlnntn. Mrs. C. C. Uoocli, ot Stanford, left on Chnrloston. Chattanooga and all south Thursday for Loulsvillo whore they THUKI.KCLD Alt Hll PO A eastern points, Tfe "St. Louis rpeclnl" will not will visit Mr. and Mrs. Hendrlc Unya 4 Smith cf 2 0 0 materially change tho train service 1 Yarrlngton If .., 5 1 0 between Louisville mid Diuvllo ex- LOCAL COLORED MAN A LEADER ..I cept tint tho equlprient will ho of L. Caywood lb 3 2 13 much higher class than tint former!) 1 says: A con1 Tho Courler-Journ.WOOdcOCk B8 3 used. Tho now troln will lenve St vention of 4 :i '. Caywood c 2 10 the Civic and Political Louis at noon each day nnd Will 1 a 6 of Kentucky, an organization 3 miikn the trip to Lomsvi'llo In oleht Alexander 2b & 1 o 'lours. Only eight stops will be made ot colored voteis. has been called by 1 Curd rf o o 10 lietwon Lou sv Ilo nnd St. Louis. Two tho president O. W. Gentry, uf Stan4 Kvnns i of the finest new pnsscnger engines 4 0 1 Klrkpatrick 3b that havo recently been set In this sec ford, to moot July 10 at ioulsvlllo. Hon passed over tho southern Itnllwuy The president says that tho dnto was 37 10 27 20 In Kentucky lor St Louis Inst weeK oelocted so the delegates w.o ure nnd will be used on vne new fast train to attend tho Republican state conThe Southern Hnllway throughout Its vention may be present at tho meet1 2 3 4 0 C 7 8 9- -T INNINUS . new system is Improving Its trains o 0000000 Tho "St. Louis Bpcrml" Is In lino ing of tho lpngue one day curlier. ie Uincaster basis of rcpresonntlon Is uunouiiced 0 2100041 0 S with tho Inauguration or tho "Carolina Threlkcld Special", which links Cincinnati. no one delegate, for every 100 colored Louisville and St. Louts with Charles- voters In tho county or dlstrlcL Errors Mcltoberts, Miller 4, Her- ton, on the Atlantic coast lino. With .-,m t.ni.i ine liuproveu Bervice. mo soumerni 'i'i, -- nnrrini-na ron 2, Klrkpatrick. Stollen bases McRobots, Yarrlngton 2. Caywood 3, taiiway will now doubtless excel Its- tne,r next annuaI roun,on ut Mncon' past record as the popular line be!. Caywood. l,u tween Hip west and southwest. - Carroll IrimblcJefferson Shelby Spencer ilullltt ...... , , Tho pupils oi tlio Instrumental department of Stanford school1 have organized u bach Club Mia will study music nr.d musicians through tho sum mer. Tho club will be under tho supervision or MUs ICIIen llallou and will neet twlcn n week Tho follow tag fiavo became members of Uic Mary M. Mnlninoy, Mary M Club. ltntioy, M.iymo Slnglomn, Mary 13. Mc Kinnoy, Thos. Colcmim, Vera Totleti, Jnxcphlno Carpenter, llnrry Itclnhnrt, Anna I). Mrlloberts, Kfllo Uaughumn, Llwi Holtzclnw, Ponrl Fields Miss Knto Ncwland will bo pianist Vlils should provo a boncrit In mus- leal culture and will be a source or HbbbHbV bbbbbbbbbbH allllVtfBBBBBBBBBBBBBl 131 plcasurcbiu enjoyment and a reeroa " tlon through the vacation season. , S CONGRESSMAN CLLIE M. JAMES. tot the past dozen years but also wast to hear the man speak who Is conceded to be coo or thu foremost American statesmen or the day. Mr. James will &peak in the court room at two o'clock. A delegation or democrats wl.I bo hero from Danvillo In automobile!; to hoar Mr. James and escort him to Dam Hie where be speaks on Satur- D sec-'on- d day evening. Mr. James' speech will bo worth coming miles to hear. Don't miss It. EUBANK Tho death angel visited at Mr. M. week and took two children tho 3ame day. They wcro placed to rebt In the same coffin. Tho purtnts havo our greatest sympathy. Mli3 Mlunlo Hargcr who has been suTcrlng from rheumatism for several wo'ks, is much better at this writing Mr. i:ijnh Crltim sold his farm i.ud Is going to Oklahoma In a few days. Tho soil or Mr. Jimmy Kstes lost two nice hor&os last Saturday morning. They were struck by lightning. .Miss Kdlth Tllford and .MUs Mnry Cnbtlneau took tho examination nt Somerset last week. Miss llettle Reynolds nnd Mr. Cla.. Slugleton took tho examination nt Stanford also. Dr. T. J. Acton Is treating a cancer on .Mrs. Myers face. It is getting along nicoly. Miss Minnie Perkins or this placo is (rutin's Inst New-com- Clay-broo- us g ... ' 10 visltiug her sister at Somerset nt this writing. Miss nertio Woodali of Science Hill vlbited ber grandmother, Mrs. Patsy Perkins, who lives at this place. Rev. W. G. Tllford filled his regular appointment at tho Haptlst church Saturday nnd Sunday-Mr- . WHllm Perkins or Crab Orchard visited his mother Mrv. Patsy Perkins last week, who lives at this place. Mr. Alex Cousley and family visited at Highland last Suncay. Thoy report a nl co tlmo. Mrs. Vcrna Hays, tho banker's wlfo ie visiting ber parents in Loulsvillo. CARD OF THANKS. Wo deslro to express our high of tho kindness shown us In tUo sickness nnd death ot our sister, Mrs. Nancy Warren, and also our gratltudo for tho many favors that th0 people of Stanford a net community havo conferred upon our lainlly. William Wnrron, Mury Warren llcttlo Hnr rib. LANCASTER'S NEW PRINCIPAL Prof. Uildges nnd family will eomo from Iiucnster the latter part of this up their nbouo in .nontli and tnk Richmond, where ho has been elected to Hucceed Supt. Coato of the City Schools, Prof, Itlloy, tr Georgia, ban I eon chosen by the Lnncnstor School Prof. Hrfdges. Hoard to succeed Richmond Climax. , il 00 .,. Forty thousand person aro horue- less nt Kurln, Manchurlu, as tbo result n fire. PASSES OVER RIVER DAY APPEALNQ TO CIRCUIT CLERK SWOPE HAS BIO ALL MASONS. DOCKET READY. PROMINENT LINCOLN COUNTY Stanford, Ky.. will be tho Mecca for FARMER DIES AT HIS HOME all Masons in that pan of tho stile Circuit: court begins for tho regular on St, Johns Day noxt June. A mam ON CRAB ORCHARD moth celebration of tho day In being Juno term next Monday May 22, and PIKE. no Masonic Home Journal said circuit uierK j. u. Hwopo has boon 'i editorially last week: busily engaged for tho past 10 days arranged for, a great many lodgos will William II. Curtis, ono of tho most take an nctlvo part, and tlio scale of or so In gutting up tho docket, Thoro prominent farmers and citizens of Lln tho celebration Is larger than attempt- aro on tlio docket tho following cases coin county, died at his homo a few 100 ed heretoforo outside of the larger Kqulty old miles from town on tho Crab Orchard 70 plko cities. Tlio Patrol and drum corpsn, Kqulty Appearances , at ten o'clock Wednesday night 70 composed of tho boys of tho Masonic Ordinary Old artcr nn Illness ot Intestinal IndigesOrdinary Appearances 20 Home, will go and odd their presence tion. Ho is survived b- - his wlfo and 40 to tho entertainment of the day. All Commonwealth Old three sons, Messrs. Walter U. Sterling kinds of pleasures will bo provided Commonwealth Appearances .. 31 T and Clyde Curtis, tho first two for tho guests, but a good wager would named being married. be that tlio "cats" will bear awar the Mr. Curtis was o years of age For Addams prize, In succeeding making everybody and was born nnd reared In Llnclln happy, contented, and nt peaco with county. Ho hud ben engaged In farmthe whole world. Or courso It will ing practically ail his llfo nnd was EDITOR OF THE LITCHFIELD GA bo a great success. Kverythlng will successful In this as in other phases ZETTE COMES OUT FOR ADbe high grade, but tho "east" tlio or life. Ho was a faithful Christian DAMS FOR GOVERNOR. eats, they aro what makes tho mouth having been a member of tho old Cum water, oven the nntirlpailon will do bcrland Presbyterian church, and held (From Litchfield Gazette.) In high esteem by all who knew him that; nnd oho realization can't bo described in human words. Thero nre two aspirants for the ns nu upright, Christian gentleman, nomination for Governor. What n splendid husband and father and ought men who havo tho welfare on credit to the community. Ills demise I I j their party at heart to do as between will bo generally mourned. TEN GOOD ROADS I Alter services nt the homo this COMMANDMENTS these two men? It seems to bo coni ceded that they are Doth good, men morning at 10 o'clock, by Hov. Robert" I. Thou shalt everlastingly keep nt and that cither one would mako a of Preachcrsvillc, tho lemnins will bo tne good work, nnd lot nothing dis- good governor. Which ono of these brought to Huffalo Springs cemetery courage thee. (ncn will mcko fho (.U.Jongc race here tor interment In their last restII. Tack thou a board over thoso before tho peoplo next November? ing place. County Clerk George U. Cooper hns treacherous holes in bridges, and hero Let us. bo candid with each other. by save the bones of both tliino and It is a fact recognized, all over the returned rom a pleasant "visit to rela. th;r neighbor's valuable horses. State that It Is very- doubtful wheth- tlvcs In Nashville. III. Thou shalt trim out all brush er Mr. McCreary can bo elected. You and hedgerows bordering tho road, may inquire from almost anv part of NEW DEPUTY CIRCUIT CLERK. that the sun and tho wind ot thy the State and you will hear of largo ? ot Democrats who aro Creator may keep thitio highways dry, numbers and that passersby may not bo suffo- sweariug they will not voto tor him. ',yBBHVVHfi(7&-$Hy no means is this opposition con cated nato death. IV. The aoblo drag jbeing thine fined o the Catholics alone but Is handiest and most efficient weapon, round among all ethers. Then, tho are evidently of the opinion thou shall wield It twlco a week at 'FbbB ." l tho very leasL Hlessea is the man who that McCreary is going to get the ustti the drag for his fellow man's nomination and that they can beat sake. him. No other explanation Can be V. Thou qj.ilt opon all drain dlt:hes mado of the fact that so many Re at tlio side of the road bord'rlnt thy publicans are seeking the gubernato farm, lebt tbo water codoit tn low rial nomination at tho hands of that places and form n mlro In which thou party, a nomination which has usually or tli neighbors may get "rtuck", gone begging in this state. Thoy whereupon the recording angel listen-et- see at least a fino chance to be elect wiUi pity to wicked words nnd ed. If the hend of tho democratic jJBB fcT'CV snapping of tho whip . BBBBBB ticket Is delcated it is likely the en VI. Toss those aggrevatlng HIbbbHbW: and tire ticket will be. Why should we damaging stones from the track or Jeopardize the ticket next fall In the thine highway; for thou grittest teeth interest of any man? Wky should wo In unger and thlnkest wicked saying even put the ticket In tho least dan when thy vehicle blriketh them. And ger? Can nnybody glv. a good rea they do knock tho "stuffing" right out son for such a course? ino political of thy buggy nud wagon wheels. Like trend is toward tho Democratic par Anybody wife do they trouble nna Injure tho ty all over the country. v;o may nominate, who Is ncceptable noble horses. bbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV VII. If thy neighbor oo a shirker to tho majority of the Democrats, Kentucky and doeth not hla full share of Im- can bo elected Governor of Nobody seems to proving the roads. Icj not this put a next November. damper on thine enthusiasm; but rath have anything to say against Hon. cr set a good example and show by William Addams. Ho does not belong THOMAS D. NEWLAND, JR. the works that thou art truly an hon- to any faction. Ho has mado no eneof life. est "booster" nnd nou a hanger-omies. He is in tho prime Col. J. D. Swopo has appointod Tnos Then shall thou neighbor blush with There Is no reason why every dem- D. Newiand, Jr., deputy circuit clerk. shame, and feel constrained to follow ocrat In tho state would not voto for Mr. Newiand Is a rnt.td and accurate him, His nomination assures tho suc- penman and will make Col. "Josh"' an th.. Hhlnlncr pxnmnlf.Vlll ........ tlir... flrl.n.l. lu ........ cess of tho democratic ticket. ..... Iia. ...w.. u. ..;... . excellent assistant put th) spade in the ouggy. If thou Hero aro two horses entered for comost to ono of those, ruts which do a race, ono or them has three lame The Mexican Revolutionists gained cauo thee and thy neighbor to swear legs, nnd tho other one Is as sound a complete victory when it was anwhen passing over,, Hll thou It with as n dollar. As a wlsu man. on which nounced Thursday lrora Mexico. City n lew spndefulls of dirt. Thy neigh- one would you b"et your money? Uiat President Diaz una Vice Presi It is tho duty ot the democrats to dent Coral would resign their otflc.es bors will bless thee for It, and thou nayest save a big repair bill on thine nominate as their candidate for Gov- beforo Juno 1 and Francisco De la own vehicle. And the low places nt ernor the man who can mako tho Harm would bo mado President ad inthe approaches to bridges, thou shalt strongest race. terim and Francisco 1, Madero, Jr., The editor of this paper has noth- President of the Provisional Mexican treat in like manner with the bamo ing against Mr. McCreary, but Is writ- Government, would be his chiet adgood effect. IX If thou hast been guilty of ing iu the Interest of tho democratic visor. These two are to form a new throwing brush or any Mnd of trash party (n Kentucky. Why put it In the Cabinet. A general armistice has into ono of thoso small drain ditches doubtful column when wo can so easi- been declared throughout Mexico and niong thy farm go tnou straightway ly place It whero thero will be no peaco Is expected to follow. A general presidential election will bo called nnd remove tho obstruction. Or If doubt. (Advertisement) within six months. thy neighbor has committed a like offense thou shalt intercede with him Nows of secret conference of about till he also removes those hindrances IF I HAD ECZEMA and open3 up tho ditches. For a road I'd wash It away with that mild sooth twenty republicans said to be opposed with dltcnes across it, or down the ing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle, 2Dc. to O'Rear for Governor hns became Tho conference was held at 511am track, is an abomination and a Relieves all kind of skin troubles, known. cuisq In tho sight of every mortal cleansing away the Impurities and the Victoria Hotel Tuesday night and who laboriously travels over It. clearing up tho complexion as noth- it was reported tha tho Cox and Franks forces discussed plans for pool Do thou all this ana ns much more ing else can. ns seetnt good. Preach thou to thy Yes. If I had any klna ot skin trou- lng their strength nnd defeating neighbor, and to thy neighbor's sou ble. I'D USE D. D. D. Ghugars and O'ncnr. that good roads aro nnv er a happen-sTanner Stanford, Ky. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. nor a vegetable that springeth up in n blngln night; but that they nre a NOTICE TO CREDITORS. May 18. Cattlo Cincinnati natural result of iiioh.i1 man's untirL. C. Dunn's creditors plaintiffs, vs 1.5GD; market quiet; fair to ing oforts. And remember thou these L. C. Dunn and Ktc, defendants. good shippers ?5&5.9u; common $2.25 Pursuant to an order made in the points: Hogs Receipts 5,017, market above styled causo, tho creditors of iif. Open ditches at each tdo of the L. C. Dunn aro hereby notified to ap- steady; butchers and Milppors WAQip toad will perfect tho drainage. The pear beforo the undersigned Commis- tioO; common $5i6.33. Sheep Redrag wilt smooth and work tho diit sioner at his oflce in Stanford. Ky., ceipts C27; markot steady at S24; to tho center of the roadbed. Sun. and provo their claims on or before lambs steady at $1.50T5.50. 1911. G. Florence, M. 0. Miv wind and travel will aid in completing L. C. 20th, C. the rcqulrraents by drying and packing Lost Hctwecn Hubble nud Stantbo earth In places. President Taft sunt to the Sonnte ford brown, spotted glass-eyebitch. See thou that nil thoso conditions the Tariff Hoard's full report of Its In- Reward for return to Tom Uourno. Jr., t'X.'st wheroier the 103d touches thy vestigations of tbo pulp and nows Hubble. iariu, and tho travuling public will print paper Industry In the Unltod n.i&o on tiptoes and call theet Messed Slates and Canada Urlofly summarized Crab Orchard dofeatod Hustonvlllo ' tho report said that a ton of nows on their grounds In hot ball game unions men. print paper is mado in Canada for Wednesday by the score of 12' to 7. Heavy rains have extinguished tor-o- t $5.35 less than it is made in the Huston ville will play Morclaud this est fires In Pennsylvania. United States. afternoon. 8T. JOHN'S I - HiK- h IBBBBBBB A 9bbbb1 LBBBBK'' JbLLB n - V ts t. d 3U-2- 33rjrswKA'.J3- rsfcs" 'L.'J.tV.gSJrWgi n ways satisfactory when tho election, Is fair. Tho principle of tho Is not radical. In every stato Established 1872 lu tho union for n century It lias THE INITIATIVE AND REFEREN. been tho practico lo lerer mnny ques8HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,...Publlther To, Mushroom corn li so called from DUM. The People'i Common Seme Medical Adulter, In Plain "" ' 1U pitted cono top, resembling a tiny tions to the people, "The question of I'.nlili, or Medicine Mmplllird, hy it. v. Tierce, ni. u., It burrows deep lnt6 the STRICTLY IN ADVANCE mushroom. Chief Contultin I'liyilclan to tho Invelldi' Hotel nnd Stir-iII A YEAR Many a mother has learned of a way tho ndopflnn of amendments to tho The current number of the Nattoe and gets more Inflamed than other Imtltute at Iluffalo, book ol 1008 lrie ptitt and corns. For tho quick relief and cure of ional Monthly contains an interest- of avoiding sickness In her family, e over 700 illustration, In etronft paper covert, to any one lending 21 constitution; thc local option law, tho Entered at the postofflc at Mmp to cover cott of mailing nly, or. In I'rcncli Cloth binding1 for 31 atimpt. these and all corns and callouses the ing nnd Instructive artlclo by Governor pecialty among the children, by the Issunnco of bonded Indebtedness; nnd as second class mall. Otcr 680,000 coptca ol thii complete Family Doctor Hook were told In cloth following Is the most effective remedy John F. Shafroth of Colorado, on the use of a free sample bottle of the fabinding at regular prico of $1.50, Afterwards, one and a half million copies known to sci- "Initiative nnd Referendum." which mous laxative, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup ninny local Issues me, been submitrevised edition It now reedy were given amy ai above. A new, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ence: Dissolve will glvo to tho readevs or tho Interior Pepsin. This offer of the doctor's to ted tothepcoploortstnto or locality with for mailing. Iletter tend NOW. before all aro gone. Addrest WotLD'l Dn 2 tablespoonfuls For Circuit Judge. It. V. Pierce, M. I)., President, Iluffalo, N. Y. moat gratifying results, ru.NiAKT Msoical AstocmioN, Journal a clear conception of tho send a free sample bottle has been reHON. CHAKubd A. HARDIN, of Caloclde comTho submission ot tnws by tho reworking of tuts- - progrcsalvo sponded to by thousands of women DR. PIURCK'8 FAVORITIS PRESCRIPTION of Mercer County pound In a ba actual In all parts of America. ferendum is also tho rxerclso of the THK ONK REMEDY for woman's peculiar ailments good enough sin of hot 'water. Soak the feet In this democratic rnensuro that has proved This Dr. Caldwell's Srrun Peetln I a. that lit maker nre not afraid tu print on Itt outside wrapper to for full fifteen minutes, Gently mas- highly satisfactory In a number of the truly wonderful laxative and especially goncrnl principle of parliamentary Inw A SNAP CONVENTION When n chairman of a meeting decide every Ingredient. No Secrets No Deception, saging the soro parts. (Less time will western states. aaaniea to the needs of babies and not give deslrod results.) All soreTho nrtlclo of Governor Sbnforth Is children becausa It Is pleasant to lasts n matter submitted him, it Is always TUB ONE REMEDY for women which contatnt no alcohol and Tho Democratic Stato Centrnl Com ness instantly disappears and the corn ns follows: ml' tbo " M " no drutfs. Mado from nativa medicinal forest roota It I. all mittce, by a majority of one, nssum or callous can bo oastly peeled off. It child's remedy should bo. though It Is tho decision ot tho chair, provided his Tho two most important measures' of well established curatlre ralue. ed Jurisdiction to settle tho deadlock may be necessary to repeat this for n thnt have been dclscd by men to com a Rood laxative for the whole family nnnonl receive thn nnmlixr of nnrnmla necnuie It Is cffectlvo at all ages, it In the Second District Railroad Com number of nights for a complete cure, of such or government In Is simply not dynamic like salts, sills provided for In tho s to but It adhered to It will surely succeed. re! tnto representative and powerful cathartics, which should rnnization Ills nppat nnn scconiis mittee nnd ordered a convention 1 A little olive oil rubbed on the part States nnd cities, aro the inltlativo not bo given to children anyway. nomlnato n candidates for Railroad Is rery beneficial. This Calocldo Is a and referendum laws. Tho principal Nine times out of ten when a child 'corresponds wltlu his prtltlon and sei- dlstricL This very remarkable preparation for all Commissioner In this 0,ld8 unaor t" referendum law nud upon which they nrc founded aro theso nctlon was taken in tho tcotht of foot ailments and Is no longer confined which Ind expressions In tho declara- laxative Its bowles are constipated, tho chairman ot such meeting must Rule 27 of tho party law which pro- - to doctors' use. Any druggist has it JnTOofiVKiViS'"!! tho question to n vote of tho tion of Independence In tho statevldcs thai a tlo In district commltteon In stock or will quickly get It from his ,,70if,hrfu,v.f; Members Just ns tho question is sub- ment that the Just powers of govern- SSV. fiS-ff:-r cent shall bo certified to and settled by wholesale house. A twenty-Qvuimi-- iiimi-- uiu ruicicnniiiu inw io a ment aro derived from tho consent ot I'epiln package Is usually sufficient to put the o You can buy It of any drurcitt at ot0 of tho people. Tills prlnclplo ot that member of the Stato Central fifty cents or n dollar n bottle, the latworst feet In One condition. Dad smell- tho governed. hnvlng the greatest numbor ing feet and tender feet need only a The Initiative law Is Uiat which ter bclnc the family site, Itbut you are pnrllntimtary law has neen In exist Invited to make a test of flrst at tho of counties in the district In which tow treatments, likewise with Inflamed gives to tho peoplo tho right by pe- doctor's expense. Send him your ad- once for centuries with tho approval the question arises. bunions, This Item will be welcomed tition to compel tho submission of dress toil.iv nnrl tie will eenil vou n free. I cf nil and it cannot Go iMrlmental to your home. sample bottle direct Kach movement of sheep from a roiinty, op railroad shipment, mast Tltls nctlon of the Central Commit- by persons who havo tried Ineffectual proposed ordinances nnd laws to tho Then when MtlsAcd buyto of your fav- have bucIi principles extended to the It i voters of tho orite druggist. was n, rank usurpation of power. powders and tablots. tee he accompanied by n "certlllcnlo of Inspection", mndi' out expeclnlly for Stato. otors o fthe city or state, and makes icci uiut kmu ui. .uwcii uuci nui ends his obll- It had no authority to net In this Under tho Initiative nnd referendum thai particular movement or shipment. of hla remedy thorn .iffertlvn liv ll malorltv vote.' purchase Tfa lin sn vtlnn. matter at all, and least of nil, did member oi ojo legislature from Lex-I- t Inspectors will rotlly all shippers who purchnio sheep In their county provides thnt cltl liver and bowel diseases for over forty. law Hie legislator no longer bcconios law in Colorado have Jurisdiction to cither repeal ngtoni hag established a reputation Ihe thc Important pcraonngc, upon whose to this effect nnd nlso that thoy should only buy sheep from flocks which rens to tho number of eight per cent. 'KKr may .AViS Sn the subfect freS (as it attempted to do) or ignore jor nbjty nnd integrity in tho o are welcome write oto mighty questions nro determined hnvo been Inspected on tho fnrniB wtieie originating, anil round free Irrint nf hn vntn mat nf thn Inst Tirerpdinu himcharge. All fnt (ha tntvdiVai'to Afltlrav -- . Whtthaf was adopted by tho cnnrR0 ot n8 orace as a legislator, w ...w 27 which general election may sign ami file In! or the free ample adtlresa him Dr nnd consequently tho great corporate scabies. After purchnslng n "lot" of tncp and determining on n dnto lor Stato Convention at Lexington In tnnt fact w, entIUo nlnl to bo fa. " Caldwell bulldln;. Interests no longer, by direction or In- shipment, tho shipper will make application to the Inspector for a certitho office of tho secretary of Stato I 1U0S. direction, will seek the lnfluenco of his ficate: giving the number of head In thc lot and stating rrom whom pur- -' That convention did not dele- - yorably considered for this nomtna-gat- o four months boforo a general elcc-- to tho Central Committee tho 0on rjut beroro tno democrats of tion, a petition for tho pascago of any i principles tho petition, or motion Is voto. The might power then Is trans-(cre- chased. Tho inopoctor will then refer lo his record (whim should be kept to the pcop'o and thc grcit In- In a book containing all inspections power to repeal tho rules which It had tha district confer this honor or of- n.udo) and If nil tho snipper's purchaslaw, setting forth In full such proposed' tnen subnilted to th, voterB. Theer auopiea. HC0 Upon jr. Klair or nny other can- - law. bo nothing radical in Invoking In terests must present measures which es nrc from flocks wnlch hnve been inspected and found freo from Thereupon tho Secretary of c.in Unquestionably tho democrats ot eidate, they should cxamtno tho pub- - State, sh-samo prlcl thc people betlevo aro right in order a certllicac win be Issued, wrlttn 'n Ink or indoliblo pencil In tho ll subllsh thn proposed law. behalf of thc people the to get thcin ratified by tho refcrndum shipper's thls district, embracing 32 counties, uc an,i privato record of each and of Its adop- pies of parllmentary inw that has nnmo advertising tho cntiro lot, or two certificate-- . If going under with notlee that question a primary election, and not a termlne whether tho ono candldato tion will bo submitted at tho next gen- goierued all deliberative bodies for vote. There nre provisioub in most of two billings to different niarketa. Tho shipper will turn this certificate the constitutions of tho States of tho convention, to nomlnato a candldato or the other will best ana most hon-fo- r eral election to tho voters, who shall centuries. over to tho tho Railroad Commlsslonership. cstly servo tho peoplo or tho state. Tho luferendum U ti measure ot Union which throw restrictions upon cnto Phould brailroad company to beattaehed to tho way mil. This certiil by a short designation printed on the marked "for rallroadshlpmcnt". the nctlons ot legislative bodies in or The stato primary is to bo held on uVit as a democrat, asking nomlna-Julballot, vote for or against tho same. 'which tho peoplo may nnul laws If the shipper should apply for a certificate for sheen orlKliiatlnc In passage of laws con1. Billy Klair, of Lexington, who tion at tho hands of democrats, Mr. s der to prevent tho by legislative bodies. It by a If the law Is npproved flocks, which havo not been Is a candidate, favored a convention Klair occupies an unfavorable attl-t- o majority of tho votes cast, tho measure that upon the petition ot citi trary to thc wishes pi the people. Tho such sheep before lvsutng Inspected it will then- bo nrcenry to Inspect tho certificate and as the Ilonrd's regulations t ourts of our land have generally conbo held Juno 14. Tho other can- tude. As a democratic member of becomes' a law ot th state. As it is zens to the number of five per cent require Inspections to bo mndo dldato at tho meeting of tho commit- - tho legislature, he bolted his party laborious nnd expensive to procure tho of those who voted at the last preced- structed strictly thoeo rouvticutlonal made on the farm, W possible tobefore movement, nil Inspections should bo do so. Certificates covering sheep to b trailed, should br. Issued In the samo toe, Mr. Beard, of Shelby county, do- - nomination. Gov. Beckham was nom-slre- d Mgnaturo of tho requisite number o! ing general election any law, or ordi- provisions, even when the law enacted If a good moasurc. The tendency of Knernl manner as for railroad shipments, nnd Inspectors nill demand a primary on July 1st. By a inated for Senator in the stato voters to tho petition, tho legislature nance, enacted may be suspended In thnt sheep being trailed into their countlea bo nccompanlrd by n certiil-catof one tho Central Commit- - niary by ten thousand majority. Ho is always appealed to first to enact Its operation until tho .people of thn the courts up on thc constitutional Such sheep provisions, in my Judgment, would bo If not dangerous to if infected, should be returned to tln-l- r former pasture tee arbitrarily gave Mr. Klair what was named as tho choice of tho Ken-h- tho measure. stato or city shall decide by a voto updo so, or quarantined and proper action taken, if not If the name measures greatly modified wanted. This action of tho com- - tucky democrats for tno senatorsblp. Under our own form of Government on whether tho samo shall be annul- were submitted to tho people for their Intected they should bo quarantincc! until knowledge Do learned conmlttee smacks ot unfairness and When his name was presented to all laws aro supposed to represent led. The petition tu rercr tho law npprotal or rejection. Tto sanctity of cerning their former promises. bears tho semblanco ot favoritism. the legislature as tho democratic nom-Bu- t tho will ot the majority. Uoth of these cUssea of certificates thrill W Ismkhj on the "CertifiThen or ordinance to the peoplo must be only was It unfair to order ince, Mr. Klair cast a few votes for by what line of reasoning can peoplo filed within, thirty days alter the en- tho voto of thc people upon a measuro cate of Inspection" b4nnk of tho Kentucky Uo Stock Sanitary llord ard not wpuld even cfect the judiciary in tho bo stamped with the roliowlng: this convention insteaa or. a primary, him, when he know that his vote object to the will of that majority actment thereof with no secretin y of THE SHEEP RESIGNATED IN THIS CERTI- under the circumstances, but tho time would not elect him; but soon ho se- - beine expressed directly by tho state In the one enso cr with the cltj construction or laws nnd constitution-.'provisions. FICATE IF MOVED INTERSTATE SHALL fixed for holding county conventions lected other gentlemen whom ho people who' constituto tnat majority? clerk In the other. DE SUBJECT The state of Oregon, I believe, has TO THE RUGULATIONS Often wo find that a legislator or n to appoint delegates to tho district, fenew were not, and would not bo True reprpsenLUiyp' government any rommonwenltit OF THE U. S. DUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSconvention is in violation of prece-- candidates and continued to cast his does not exist at tho present time. city council has posed a measure the best laws of TRY. of tho Union. These excellent lawn dents which havo prevailed time out hote for them to tho end against tho retiring legis- which) Is outrageous In Its provisions, havo been placed upon its statute All certificates snail be Issued In dupllcat". tho orlgtnnl to be given Tho corrective ot ' Tho rule has always been democratic nominee for senator. His lators from office at tho next gen and a gross Injustice to tho people. to tho shipper or trailer and the eltipllratc lorardod to this oflico. oi mind. books by reason of having tho power Ccrtlflcntos covering shipments oj- movements on sheep which havo to hold county conventions on tho influence was thus cast against tho eral election is too remote to be ef- When such nctlon occurs, peoplo de to submit tho same to tho people un Veen previously Inspected nnd report eJ lo this olflce, neen not bo ngaln Saturday preceding stato or district nominee of the party, from which he fective. Tho law of the Inltlativo re- nounce It, cry out against the shame, nnd sometimes threairn with the ha- der the initiative and referendum. The reported, but II thnt ho a first Inspection of tho entire lot or portion of conventions. But tho committee in 'is today asking n nomination for moves tho temptation ot tho legislatrillion that the people will enact un- same, n IMP rrport slinll b0 inadf out covering such nnimnls as havo this instance in violation of that rule, railroad commissioner. tor to vote against tho will of the peo ter tho men who are guilty of the wise measures is predicted upon the not been previously reported. betrayal ol tho public, trust, but this In the faco of this fact, known to ple, becauso It removes the Interest oi and custom called the county convens'lensu return to tntt olflce nil t ertlllc.itc books which aro not stamptheory that they nro Incapablo of self- ed as above required. every democrat In the state, Mr. Klair those seeking special privileges, or can do no good under tho prebcnt sys government. tions for Monday, Juno 12. Oo you bcllevo that tho Very Respectfully, It Is a well known fact that Mr. in not entitled to this nominaion. Ho tho defeat of popular measures In hl3 tem. Tho law still remains; the sum average legislature can dccldo what A J PAYNE Klair relics on Lexington and Louis- spurned with contempt tho nomina- lote. The great corporate Interests mary execution of the gulllty p'trtic you want better than you can dccldo May 2nd. 1911 State' Live Stock Inspector nomination. In these cities tion made by tho democrats of tho will not spend money In cndeaorlng would be criminal nets themselves and for yourself? ville for ono day will Buit ward politicians as 3late lor senator, nnd his offending to get legislators, or memtiers of coun should not bo tolerated, but tho guilty well ns another, In tno 30 remain- - would havo been not greater, it ho cils to vote against measures desired parties aro permitted to remain in Ing counties, It Is well known that had openly voted for Sonator Bradley by the neonle. when they know that office, wielding such power as they the peoplo in the country, busily en- When a nomination is fairly mado by the peoplo can, at their own Initiative, may possess by vlrture of their post gaged on their farms, generally go to Iho party, In convention or by pri- present for passage before tho 0ter3 lion, inflicting the votes to maintain tho county seat towns on Saturday, mary, every loyal democrat will sup- of tho city or State the same meas- them or their party in office. Ily the nut Mondays unless It Is a county port that nomination. Mr. Klair is an ures. The only effort of such inter- time the next general election li. held TaaDt.M( . tM rot;riitt obuliMO or n. tve. iMrul tkrtrhM or 1toto. ..4 brfrf drarrlpiion. for rati IACM tut rtittrt oa court day. This designation of Mon- exception, and it would exceed all ests then will be in the nttempt to mnny other issues bao grown up and (tratmUlily. ts vrmn ri irtnr. tmposslblo to hrtyi kIUdd for JgW BOOKLET. day, and not Saturday, whether in belief if the democrat ot this district .bribe the peoplo and It will be found it becomes almost fall of lnt Information. 11 feLUbtipjouto lnt tho odium of tho passage ot fortuno. tended so or not, will result greatly should reward his trwenery by a that It is Impossible to corrupt thc READ PACE 8 lluul M tofora trpljlic outrageous measures upon the for a iunt. l t tie UmUjt. In favor ot tho candldato who relies nomination for Railroad majority of an cntiro city or State, such candidates responsible therefor. The on the city vote, anc will be distinctliven If this could bo done they would CO. D. sanctity of this vote, of the majority ly hurtful to the candidate, or can find that it would be too expensive, of When PATENT LAWYERS, people can upon tho approval tho didates who rely on the vote of the your physician lias pre Harry Sommers said Hon. James rnd consequently, would not bo under 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. or rejection of a legislature act Is nlfarmers. scribed a medicine for you to 15. McCrcary was governor of Kca- taken. On tho faco of things, this looks tucky take, the next important step is to inltlativo tho appoal In Under tho heforo the editor of tho News havo that prescription placed in tho like a snap convention, designed by was voter and wo aro no "spring chie'e behalf of measures must bo to the hands of a thoroughly reliable nnd competent somebody for the purpose of forcing reason nnd not to selfish motives, and en" cither. pharmacist so it will ho compounded exactly an the nomination of Mr. Klair on the No you are hence Is a great eduwator of tho peo Ed Shlnnick retorted: directed. We havo gained an cnvinblo reputation district. AVo havo n republican mem- not a spring chicken. You aro a long- - ple. Experience demonstrates that for always being very careful and painstaking in ber of tho Railroad Commission from handed, far seeing man, who knows tho electors do vote on measures subour compounding nnd feci that, In all justice to your this district now. Thoso who havo tho political game. Dou't answer this mitted, and that they vote intelligent-own koocI health, you should bring your next prescripcalled this convention and fixed tho question if to do so embarrasses you, tion here. Hero, too, you will find n complete and inupon ho same. For Instance, In viting display of toilet nrticlcs, rubber Kods, soaps, tlmo for tho county meetings, havo but do you bellovo that McCrcary can tho Stato of Oregon tn0 voto of 1U04 perfumes, toilet preparations nnd all standard remedies. thereby in ellect disfranchised a large "corao back" after sill those years upon tho direct primary law, with diFor interior decorating we carry and recommend number of the country people and since "before you was a voter." of United States Sena rect selection ALAUASTINE. tho beautiful wall coating. Call need cot be surprised It the benefiThen Harry handed out this ono to tors received BO.'JOS vutes In Its favor and sco samples o( tints and ask us about it. ciary of this nrraugetnent should bo Ed's solar plexus. to 16,354 votes in tho opposition upon nominated, to seo anotber republican It does not embarrass us at all to 1C.354 votes In tho opposition; upon PENNY'S DRUG STORE. commissioner elected. Democratic answer your question. Wo believe he the local law in that State, 4:i,::i(i committees and domocrats should can como back. It Is truo that Senator votes ngalnst tho measure. In 1U0S, Stanford, Kentucky deal fairly in thoso matters, if wo nre McCrcary has been in office for a long in tho aamo state, tho recall power to succeed In this contest Sharp prac tlmo. Ho would not navo held tho on public officials was adopted by a tices anu machine methods will not office with which tho peoplo of Ken- - voto cl C8.3S1 to 31.002, and tho cor- ho tolerated tucky havo honored him with had hu mpt practices act, governing elections at any time proven recreant to his nt the same tlmo wiu adopted by a Andrew Carnegie once suggested as an epitaph for lus THE RAILROAD COMMISSIONER trubt or had been unworthy of tholr ote ot 51,042 to 31,301. When It was own tombstone what he said was the secret of his success: confidence. "By their trulls ye shall considered that tbet total voto in tho " Here lies a man who surrounded himself with men Hilly Klair, of Lexington ,is an an- know them." Has ho dono any harm? State of Oregon In 1904 was 8S,C35 and ler and will get out nnd push the County Organizer and abler than himself." nounced candldato for Railroad Com- Has ho proven recreant to any trust In 1S0S, 110,590 i can bo readily seen missioner in this district Others aro Hub bo been disloyal in his acts or that great interest la taken by tho Manager Wanted work forward. Many able people are working for you, scientists, inventors, This a great chanco to becomo au announced, or have been mentioned votes to tho party who has honored people in tho meusurcs submitted by manufacturer!, all trying to make something you want. Do you use A leading Fraternal Insurance Influential leader, to help your fellow os probable candidates. The olllco him? No one can truthfully answed tho inltlativo law, their brains and their efforts "surround yourself with them" or do desires a reliable whlto mnn to Jian nnd mako a good Incomo for your Is ono of the most important which yes Vo inny oft these Jnteijgatorlcs, you plod along by yourself, years behind the times? The submission ot measures by tho tako charge of its work in this county self at tho samo tlmo'. the people will be called upon to fill Therefore tho very best reason of Mc- - Initiative law is simply tno exercise of Take your own home. Have you your share of modern at the November election. Whoever Creary's ability not only to bo nomt- - a well fecognlzed principle, of paflla' to Introduco tho order, solicit memOne This society pays forfeits for sick, of the most important of these is a New Perfection Oil Cook-stovQiny be elected should be freo from nateu lor uovernor nut to oa eiecteu mentary 'law. Any merabtr ot a de- bers, collect monthly dues, organbo iiess. accident and death. Tho lod A New Pcrtectton store never orerhetts a kitchen. It stres your strength. l suspicion. He will have grave and ges hnvo grand ritualistic, work, strictlodges, appoint and manago sub-n?- ures fuel and time. With the New Perfection ores with the gltst doors you cu of the KentucKy Legi.la- - b"atlvo body has too right to riso Important questions to deal with the a member U. S. ly new and go oa with In ovory or wy other wak, sod still be sure st a gttace the joint Is turo to tho Scnato with credit to and "ito a motion t tho chairman ents nnd so on. corporato interests will be found on himself, his party and hlstato. That will recognize the motion If a second routing properly. d 3 U,, wib M, wil!l iUu? CUBttlfd ihuannt, No previous experlenco Is needed, Ml!, tURJUQM the ono hand, and tht. rights of the he has stood tho test of time with ah- - or such number ot seconds as may as We will teach you how to opcrutn. No other order llko It was ever lUMtOBAfly BIMItXI liUMtrtOtlt, lit yTrja ..rXW 2- - sad 34orMf iIotcs us bo Lad wkk vr people on tho other. Temptations toiueiy clean lianas ana witn a rocora i,0 reauired by tho can bo ob- 1 ills Is a splendid opportunity for a started. Over 05,000 memberships al wfthout ft nuncl lop, y bxh u lilted wsa ot forty yeais of unassailable of anl constantly beset the Incumbents of drop hcjvct, towt rscu. tic tained. Then tho motion Is submitter good man, with liberal pay and chance ready Issued and growing very rnet, Dclrf .every hero I cr wills for d. this oflico To doal fairly with tho standpoint. With such a man ns tho to a vote of, tho members. Tho moWrltu Immediately for further, of promotion. enpUve circutor U IM ocrctl sgeacy cholco of tho partv What good or sat great corporations and at tho satuo i&factory reason could any giving full InJorintUlim ot Dovoto spare tlmo at start, with democrat tion and Its seconds, nro in really the yourself In letter Address In conn-denctlmo to be Just to the peoplo, requires glvo for not voting foi nliiiT Ho not on- petition, with the requisite number of ' Standard Oil Coiapany wholo tlmo Inter on. KUIMiKMU COMMANDKIt ( Incorporated) distinct ability and honesty. If Mr ly can como back Drother Shlnnlclt but supporters under tho Initiative law, Well known man wanted, strictly UKNfcltAL UOX COV1NU- Klair, by his long public service uu a bo has already arrived. TON, KY. WWi nnd under tho samo parliamentary honest, good ability, one who Is a bust a The Interior Journal. MUSHROOM CORNS Mett Painful of All Foot Aliment. How to Ciihe Tham. 'I By nil means come In to hear Ollle James speak at tho court nouso Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. rm MUMy rnfor-riTdu- Hiipt CMhhm We Give Away Absolutely Free of Cost rl L one-ce- WitST?1? ,X linlilt-formla- g XUhSUewuUu'Tn"'!: &u??hMd -f- e r com-inlttc- Instructions For Issuing Snipping and Trailing Certificates In Kentucky a. M ' , dis-Rul- .- XM1' d sen-ble- y pro-ldc- e. e 1 - UMfe-l- Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded SWIFT & 1 Or-re- d labor-savin- g, health-promotin- e. your-tWa- OaTaVoMV iW- s, AIl-2y- .'tsKvtoMM KA ratw mm9!&i!i& itomtmrm Wt"JWBRMUMP ftvtm njatimrrrrr T 4aas -- i. r FMMTNBTripFIOtHH . I tohialul PERSONAL and SOCIAL 0. Hnjm wan nllRhtly Improved the latter part of the week. Mrs. John S. Ilaughman Is on the Mr. .1. AHEAJLTiHy, HAPPY OLD AGE ulllHI1 Hood, a KtherlnBth8.eedoflhlspUnt,Celron raro medlclno that has valuable Ctdrcn Stili J'iant.WMMMt inontrsl America many natives aro I W i. t WARNING TO RAILROAD MEN. Cud nt W. 11. Hlgglm." and K. S. Hncon. U Hast St.. Hath, Mo., vends out this warning to rallrnnners: I tile nf oil cook btoves A conductor on tho railroad, ..ny work caused a chronic Inflammation Soveral nico second hand Mrs, John 11. Anderson nnd children of iho kidneys, nnd 1 was miserable cheap, Better A friend advertis- on hands for salo nnd all played ouL Hats cleaned nnd rcblockcd at Cum- United her mother, Mrs. Ona Naylor, ed Foley's Kldnoy Pills and from tho como quick. Petirn Bros. J. M. Cress Is building a new barn, mins and Wcaren'a. day I commenced taking theui, ( beU Illtrtru Dyohouso is putting up a now gan to regain my strength. Tho 5000 rods ot American field fence cleared and I am far hot ell. FLOnENCCEMOSO. ter than I have been for twenty years now ready for distribution. W. E. Hoy, Anderson Cornelius preachod Crnb Orcharo Ky. Tho weakness nnd dlwy spells nre a Perkins Mnmlo Mosa and Miss Emma st tho Baptist church Saturday night things of tho post nnd I highly rocom ' irndrt. Foley Kldnoy Pills." Shugurs! n.hn tinnnin ivmntv iinnrd of Edu. Florence,, n popular young couplo ot and Sunday. "" ..!.. Ullll iuillivi. Phil 11. Thompson and wlfo visited the homo ot cation will consldor bids for tho build- - Wayucsburg married Unlvorslty baso ball lne of scboolhousos ln Hupt. Garland Thomas Goodo hero Wednosday. i Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson In Gar TI10 Central Ilov. J. 11. Jones said tho words which rard. team plays Kentucky Wcsloyan at Singleton's olllco Juno 13. G. u.ado mem man nnd wife. ton, Supt, Saturday tho 20th. carry this seed, owing to tho high cost or Iho article. ' This country is a larRO connnmcr of RIBBON TIES FOR THOSE NOT DE! MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND thl cosily ncol Iwoau.o It enter Into , SIRING PUMPS. tho umou. cum, r.mdy, ivruaa, CAREFULY PILLED. sold tho world over. xu uuyuic genuine, uca- Kor general serueo and Cooper .ore In JunM'oii City f..r n ncwMdiy iitnu rvVar nro foutiired blncher oxlorrts In calf ''"8 he name of the Company- -ON ALL PURCHASES TO THE i...rt s.ftr .ViMtDi-ii.- . ATTRACTIVE MODHLS IN PUMPS. patent and suede leatheri, tner,. AMOUNT OF FIVE DOLLARS OR Saulloy In expected j California Fig Syrup Co. plainly Mm. Caswell noins MORE FORARDNG CHARGES WILL hero Saturday for n visit ,to KnnlRn; printed on the front of c'cry package. Pumps for spring nnd summer nre tho new smart high too an tlr.ee! lastn BE t PREPAID WITHIN 200 MILC3 jjniiflry'n mother, Mrs, .11, . U.i.flfiii ,..uil.J gcncrnlly accepted as tho most popu 'o select from along with tho most OF LOUISVILLE. The mortal remains of Wl.llam H. and family Mrs. II H. Ix)Ran tind Mrr I, land were laid tj rest In Goshen Jcuies, of Crab UroliHitl. were in Star.-lor- cemetery Wednesday morning, In tho Wodne't'iay. presence of a larg number of frlcndb ilrs. James Yowell has rotumed to mill loved ones. Short services were Iut homo In Huston ille after a vis-I- t held nt tho houru by ltcis. J. II. JnniM 3I.BMB3SBaBBMHagMBBK to her luthor, Mr. Alit'.hcll Taylor and I). M. Walker. After tho services If you really want n clean, sweet In Dnuvlllo the lodge of Maccnbees of which ho Mr. J '. Kubaiiks of KtanCor.l an-- ' was u member tiwk charge of tho re- pure stomach, free from gas, sourness Camp mains and conducted the services at nnd distress go to Penny's Drug Storo .Mr. and Mrs. Kd Turpln, of to day and get a box of Ml oni Dick ItoMnson, aro uesti of Miss tho graio. flETSY'3 POf, i who; stomach tablets on the money back "What haH become of tho old fash- Minnie Kemper In Danvnte. Cenrgo P. Ilrlght makes a saho plan. Mr. ami Mrs. It. (J Hampton, Dr. ioned cook who had something on the in spring and summer, it's School slovo that would no Do done until and Mrs. T. W. Pennington and Judge that will cure whlto swelling carbun the natural time to store up A FATHER'S VENGEANCE. day after tomorrow? Hut prompt-ecs- r J. N. Mrnufee, Jr., vroro among thoso cles, bolls, bone felons, cuts, corns, health and vitality for the year. Roverns tho day. If you want up from here who attended tho Knight nlso wlro cuts, hatnesn sores nnd Would have fallen on anyone wno atto data groceries you Immediately Templar, conclavo at Lexington this scratches on ylur horses, (luaranttcd tacked tho son of Peter llondy, ot week. think of Coffey &. Coleman." I South Hockwood, Mich., but he wns to cure. 25 and 60c n box. Col. T. P. Kmbry, formerly ot DanTry a "never fall" Kerosene can for 'Phone 2G povserlets before attacks of Kldnoy P. O. Ilox 1'jy. Plane Old Black Joe is Nature's best and quick t TJUutor .9U days, If not you ever saw ville, who hah been J.ltu 111 re'enll. trouble. "Doctors could not help him," AUDrwUta est help. Nellie Wilson Hill or used, brlnR It buck and Ret your Is at ''rnb Orchard dr.iiklng tho st)'.n. he wrote, "so nt last we gave him Strayed. A sorrel horse right fore did wati rs. luoney. Thp.t's tho way wo sell It. 7 Heading When Papa is Sick leg bowed with knot on knee. Strayed Klectrlc Hitters nnd ho Improved ;.t Lincoln Irom taking six bottles. Its Prof. J. W. Irolnnd went to Crab olf htht Monday night. Any InformaCOFFEY & COLEMAN, Clara Cash For Sale. 1 4 acre lot on Main the best Kidney medicine I ever saw.' Phone 196. Prompt Delivery. Orchard went to Crab Orchard Tues- tion will bo glndly received besides ro loss of appetite, wnrn or kidney street, has barn nnd all outbuildings Piano At the Fair Uubc day evening and dollvered tho com ward. J. U. Gum, Stanford Ky. tired feeling, nervousness, David Goodnight ble that may end In dropsy, diabetes lleaiitlful building slto for residence. mencement addrcus to tho graduates Ky. of llright's disease. iJoware; tako 1100. ,... Waterman Stanford Real Estate. Heading The History Lesson of tho splendid graded school presided Kleetrlc Hitters nnd be safe. Every Margaret Davison over bj Prof. Ktcrctt. bottle guaranteed. 50 cents at PenFor Sale. A good mare, works ev Violin The Little Fisher Maiden Mr. James T. Munefeo came over erywhere. WaJtlaum mare colt nt ny's Drug Store Wednesday to make from Winchester Morris Jackson ' D. 3, Stan' side. See U. Uaumann, It. Tho Junction City commencement n llttlo visit to her husband's parcnu P.eadlng-T- he Bald Headed Man ford. Ansa Is next week and not this week, as Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mencfeo. She wns Josephine Deazley wns tated In tho body ot our Junction accompanied by her sister's llttlo Lost. Kho shares Lincoln county letter. The program will bo print or Piano Fefctnl March WoUo y dnuRhtor Miss Marie Warren IJeckner. National Hank stock, lteturn to Lin- ed later. V. Brown nnd faml. BOURBON POULTRY Joanna Uallou Mr. and Mrs. J. , coln County Nntlonal Hank. ly attended a birthday celebration at Heading A Little Girl's Lament .., Bruosa CURE UN THE WAKE OF THE Ottawa. Mrs. HrownV mother, Mrs Annie Lee Eubanks down (be throat nt a caploir me Insure your tobacco agalnjt, aho 1ttIe 80n ot Mr, 0 a pai. or age. chicken, d t trora the worms Tartulas Proctor was f.8 years .. k . k , d tn Violin Beauty and the Beast or damaoe by hall, ths tobacco m Vnjflai ad saves lbs chick's life of her children and grand lot. On approved security A few drops In tht drlnklnr Scleral growers' worst enemy. Low rate. R. .cg Tha rcsuit was n sevCro cough Kate Harding water cures and children wor( presont, M, Newland Aoent, ami jt grQW worse and ho could not Heading At Uncle Dock's It. I Hubble, of Lincoln county-wh- o PREVENTS DISEASE MeCpHuu whenever conditions sleep. Shin Bays: VOne bottlo of For lh trralmrnt ot While Dlarrhoealn chicks has been In Nashvillo on business Elsie Coleman person caught Foioy.8 Honey and Tar Compound Notice. Tho Ilrst and llUckhead and other OUeatcs In luikeys returned to Ix)ulsvlllo last night and fishing In Harrow's or any pond on completely Preferwarrant Piano Mazurka cured him and he has nev- BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL liero several days nt tho our placo will bo prosecuted to tho will remain Nancy Catherine McKlnney been bothered since." Croup, whoop icr races. Senator Hubble Is part owner full extent of tboIaw, S. J. Emory. Ing cough, measles cough nil yield to ence, of course, being Reading Family Drum Corps Douglas One SOc bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. or Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. T. M. (Jrecn, ono or tho best horses 37-Kathryn Harris Iho gcnulno Is in the yellow pack-agIly ho wants to Jr For Salo at Churchill Downs, nnd given to our regular always. Ilcfuso substitutes. Piano Schottlscho Kaeiner NEW STANFORD DHUC CO. heo tho thoroughbred ln action. Ar J. D. Steenbergens sells, builds, re and Tnnncr. Annette Wearen and Sadie Wearcn. nt tock Dotgus In Ixxilsvlllo Herald pairs nnd adjusts scales depositors. Heading-Elm- er Brown MIm. l.urv Walton arrived from torn prices. Seo him for prices Deiore FOR SALE PRIVATELY! Rty, Address Crab Orchard, Ky. Margaret Shanks Un account of an excess of business Florida WeMicsday mornlns ," , Orlando. I desire to Bell my mill at McKlnney, Chorus Summer to b0 the guest of Mls Lyles Cooper jd:n It has a capacity or 73 barrels of and other relatives In this section. Graduating presents ln great vaile-(KPupils or Fifth and Sixth Grades. tf j flour per day; machinery ln good con- Miss Walton wns greatly pleased to ty at Mueller's tho Jeweler. Idltlon. Situated on tho Q. & C. road and get back to her old home. She says Carriage painting, rubber tlrmg. (drwg patronage from Casey and oth- parents Mr. and Mrs. K. C. that hor Walton will probably not return to nnd repairing nt prices you can't beatjer counties, good turnpikes lead to it STANFORD, KENTUCKY Kentucky for u vit.lt th h summer. .Mr. an) where. J. II. Ely, Junction Ctty,,nnd Is In tho heart of n lino wheat belt. B'or further partriculars wrlto W niton accompanied her as Of north Ky. or tea J. S. Murphy, McKlnney, Ky. as Atlanta and went on to Oklahoma Special prices on odd drosbors. W on it prospecting tur. 3t-G. L. Penny guarantees Uyomel to A. Trlbble. end catarrh, coughs colds, croup and HAIL. FOSTER nalhma, or money back. Just breathe CAN USE IT HERE DON'T BE TOO GENEROUS. Tho fallowing from n Kansas City The Danvlllo Motor k Electric Co It. Completo outfit $1,00, which Inpaper, will bo or Interest to tho many or the groom In Fold tt neat llttlo llulck car to Mr. D cludes Inhaler. Extra bottles 50 cents with tho cement, lime, etc.. you Rot Iriends nnd rclhtlvcs Dam Hie Mcs W. Malinn last week this section: from ut. Kemcmber tnnt all omt build PREACHERSVILLE Tho marriage ot Miss Edna Pearl sougcr. lug materials arc mucn stronger than Foster and .Mr. Ceorgo Wearon Hall . bile standing on a drag, preparing May 2, took nlnce W. S. Fish iepreents o.ily fe net tho ordinary and you can therefore- In Merrlnm. TuesdayTho wedding music Kas. companies land for planting. Hen, tho young son mo lew than ordinary quantities. If was played by Mrs. Tred K. Iluegg. a and strongest Insurance of W. P. nallard, of Tappahanna, slip3A tf Tho ceremony Let hIm keeP yu protested. you llko we'll tell you Just how to Mstor o' the bride. ped and ono limb wns pulled under its boforo a mantel banked mix them to get the best results ut was performed maga- entiro length before tho team could bo Tile nruio wore blossom?. 1 am with apple TO-DA- Y. now selling tho latest Iho least cost. Come tu and nsU us. j llngerlo gown and eorrled brtdo'B zines and newspapers. Give mo your slopped. When tho young man was CARELESS - PEOPLE limb valley. Her It was found nnd lilies J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. rOHes was caught of the sldo with n subscriptions. 1 can avo you money. extricated, noarly strippedthnt tho on on eaun veil of skin, had been Mrs. llnrold h. G. I. N. Glllock. Ilustonvlllc, Cam Cash whlto satin rosobud. MR. FARMER: tho back parL by tho sharp edge of Make your homo as modern for your family as a natron of ponor. wore Itlchnrds, as ke FROM THE FOURTH DISTRICT. co, and place yourself in a position lo get the ot eyelet embroidery mm n dress For Sale. 2A shares Lincoln Nat- tho timbers as ho was dragged along. iatwt market quotations or the tiott democratic Oi.o But the careful Person pink carnations. MIbb Mildred ional Bank stock. Address Lock Ilox It Is quito lucky that his Injuries were time. Inis can benccomnlislicil hv mpiir.anf m.r .,iz,i... speeches ve hnvo heard In years was tarried which you and your neighbors can get for n sum that is not mpro Bovero. Laughing at hla deposits his money in 37 delivered at llnrdlnburK last .Monday. Xiivlor of Olathe nnd ra.u"to,and1"';.ford.Ky. small compared with tho benefits received. scrape, and after an application or Senator McC'icary ccitatrly knows tho wore dresses of nlnk ma bridesmaids .w. u. suuim our iieuresi oHiQe or write direot to iani(nlln.(nia T..at..!llft history of the Democratic party, and Shoaf of Pleasant Illll.ns The ahh., ior iniornintion regarding our epccinl "Fa-rueFor Kent. Four room cottage, good- liniment ho was oul at work In a low has the happy faculty If lir.pro8lm: iarrle.1 whlto carnations. Mr. Iiniiwus Line ra e. If you aro not nt present enjoying telephone, wrvioe Tf served by Mr. Harry ! Trrttr and invements 1 eoodtstnblc. lots, nnii gar- days. wo Thero Is tho fucts on his , cau immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky mid actoa pasthro land attach ,dr. Neal Foslor, thp bibles brother Sam Adams, wifo and children, of 1 nouilriK overdrawn In wnat ho say . . M, l.riHUl. I4I1I. gioomsmen Dr !;. Noal oi l'leu- - td lenuessee, Mi&si&ippi, Louisiana acd the Southern jwrtion of Indinna Iii facta, nnd mnkaH thein m Ho deal. Pllver Creek, were guests of Georgo -and l !! '"The Garden or plain n child can understand them Ho'"'t "'now- U. Colson and family. They enjoyed EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO . J'r. nnd Mrs. Hall loft for a short wed Deafness Cannot Be Curcil had tho closest intention and his IIWfOBroRATKDI' . n fishing trip to their favor! to fishing j,,,.,! .ppiicaiiona, a. they rinnot muh nw div hoaruTB drank In evory word ho said. I ding Journoy and will bo nt homo aft-bplaco ln Dick's river. F. F. Cummins 111b sp.'erh helped tho cause of de.niv May 15, 671 East Twenty-eigh- t ' bfeMmS?iU. tr cracy In this county, nnd lined up the ttrrft icataru u uni by n mnauni .tiuiua v( tbs nnd family, of Crab Orchard woro SPECIAL EXCURSION paity. He Is a big, brainy man, and guests of J. M. Cress nnd family. Miss tub b l.nmrj you hoe a rumbling sound or s worthy tho tiuppott of all or tho true hrsrlnt. and hru It la entirely rkw-dSHORT, LOCAL NEWS and unlrss the InlUmmaliou ran b3 Kula Naylor visited Mrs. John Dell at u the rrsult. democrats, ltrocklnrvlgo Nows. taken out and this lube rrauwnl to Its nurmsl euudl- JOtlU AHUertOIl, Ot (.ran t'OSllon. lion, hrarlng will be dnlrnyrd lorrr, nine rani-1 i- May be promoted by those who cleanse the system, now and Scntly J. It. Tottcn has been Quito III for when in need of a laxative FOUTnl dnys with RomothlnR llko flux remedy, by taking a descttspoonful Ap Novlus was over from Winchesof the ever refreshing, wholesome ter for n visit this week. (J. U Penny spent several days at and tiuly beneficial Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, which is the tho races nt UmlsvlUo this week. Moio Cook, of Nashville, camo up to only family laxative generally approved by the most eminent physoi tho Derby run, John OwBloy Held went to Indian- sicians, because it acts in a natural, anoUs. Indiana. Wednesday on a short strengthening way and warms and business trip. jnmes McKlwnln Owsley la hero tones up the internal organs without ..,. ., ,. , hn. weakening them. It is equally bcncfi-ficif for the very young and the mid- I'OXllifiton. ln hcon """"''"B 8cn" ,Mrn. M. M. Stmo orders licr I. J..U eaocd. as it is a wavs efficient and t.A f III linni'oil frnin Okl.ilunn.i fn Kricortoll. t - 1: - T Mo., whero alio lit now located. , ;.. :. M'MM M,ry McKlnney t.n l..v, S ' beneficial effects it is always clck Ifst. - Mail Order Customers. All Leather HER MAJESTY SHOES nnd oxfords, ore made of splendid leathern In n wirlcty of stvlon nnd shapes, sntlsty-Int- ; to nil. over lasts that give them Rrucn gnceful and cwinfortnblo curv es, and makes them most dcslrnblo shoes for both thoso seeking case and comfort nnd thoso who hold style uppermost. When you nro ready for your next pair of shoes wo would urgo you to try "HER MAJESTY.'' form t foot dress, 'unit arc being shown in "HER MAJE3TY" models n black Suede, dull calf, patent calf, nnd White Sea Island Duck. IMHIHMHHMftl Women's Shoe Special For Our - 1 .w. to Possessing the style, Comfort, and Wearing qualities of a much higher priced shoe. lar and correct conservative shapes. a ,,. al ATTENTION OUT OF TOWM CUSTOMERS RAILROAD FAHES REBATED AT OUR TRANSFER DESK UNTIL JULY 1ST. UY EH. TIRELY NEW LAN. All Styles $3.00. One Price. STEWART DRY GOODS CO., incorporated. Louisville, Kentucky. llgHHHHHM Chapel, . MATINEE RECITAL, Graded CHILDREN'S 30-2- Scott's Emulsion 1-- Friday, May 19th, 3 P.M. tho-bes- o7-2l- '- 3'J-3- WE MAKE LOANS. it .,, Hrg Shu-fear- Ia 8S-1- State Bank m FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 2 Trust (o. STRONG PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. sira, ran eu-nlng- SURPLUS $25,000. Open an Account With us RURAL TELEPHONES. ..., rs . iK-n- tiv-l- H-- Linr.o h Ti I j County Ih'Jl-ure- National out ot tea an caused by I'nurrh. blch si nomuui vIhIIoiI frlon.tR horn nnil rhn surtaws. Inaamod condition ot See Ills butWeanwill (ire One Hundred the murous any com ot ' Urcn.tril, Dollars tor fam.n. Df David Anderson. Sr. of Gar j 'J that cannot Inuml by caurrh) tor elreuLara. be cured tree. bv ll&ll m Vur. Hend rard. Sir. and Mrs. Robert Shaw were r. j. cutiNLV a oo Toledo, Sold by Drunuta. rte. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw. huggleu family I'lUs tor coostlpatloii. Tale Hill's Bank CINCINNATI AND JtETURN Sunday, May 21st -- 1b a and pays all his bills and purchases with his personal check. $50 Trip Round $ 1.50I ftawnd Trim W SI 200,000 Corner Next to Court-floUs- Mi e SPECIAL TRAIN r Stanford, Ky. Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Slnglo-Danvlll- o r r' wi TT ' t?j"i 4 A to Public Sale OF Several Tracts of Land nsenta for the owner, wo will sell to tho highest bidder, nt tho House door In Lancaster, K, at 11 Dress Well AnH n.f. Hints For Summer Straw PHoentx Gtraran teeii Tkread Silk SrsnlyoVfJ Hose If any of the four pairs show a hole within three months o'clock A. M., on MONDAY, MAV22nd 1911, could afford it, I wouldn't wear any but silk stockings?" This season you can afford it for Phoenix silk hose cost no more than good lisle. And they are real thread silk, w'ith all its soft, shim-mer- y elegance. (3 KY- tracts of (Court day) the lnnd, located In and near llryantvlllo, Uarrard county. Ky, in the ramoi's Caii'p Dick Itoblnson section or tne country. TRACT N". 1. On Canoo Creek road (ono of the Urynntsvllle streets) front. !iir on said stieets 155 feet and In grns. TRACT NO. 2. containing H14 acres. Trls tract Jias n 6 room dwelling, All new and nearly completed. Fronting on rame street ICG feet adjoining tract No. 1 and containing D.5U acres. All In grans, no Improvements thereon but splendid building nltc. TRACT NO. 3. Box of 4 Pairs $3. Warranted to Wear 3 Months Without Holes we replace them with new pairs free. Phoenix silk hosiery comes in all the fashionable shades of the season. Fronting on same street 2(5 feet, adjoining tract No. 2 and containing 9.17 acres. All in grasj, no Improvement) there on, but beautiful building jlto Come in HUGHES and Look at Them MARTIN & CO., STANFORD, - COW-EAS- E RELIEVES CATTLE and HORSES PROM PLIES. preparation carefully compounded from materials'. It is of tho right consistency for applying with a sprayer, and It will not gum up tne hair or blister the skin. Every dairyman and every owner of livestock should use COW EASE during the summer season. Its use is a humane act, and it also saves money for the stock cwner, as a herd of milch cows that are sprayed regularly through the sunmer months will yield on the average from 10 to 20 per cent more milk than they would if COW EASE was not applied. In' the case of horses: a mettlesome horse wl loss flesh In fly time, wnereas if he is sprayed witht COW EASE before driving, he will keep 'n A liquid good condition. W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. I I m m m If You Want I a Something Cold to drink CALL AT MY SODA FOUNTAIN. m I K ' iv L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. 8 55 &&&&&&&inw&&mw5sm&mji m m Fronting about COO feet on Dry nntsvlllp nnd Mt. Hobron pike inllo from ilrv directly opposite I.m Tenter's 17.78'.' containing residence itcres. No Improvements, but n bountiful building site on tho pike. Now In oats nnd clover. This la high class land. The THE FARMERS fianie kind or unimproved land adjoining sold for J100 per acre. The nbovo tracts will bo sold to POSTED. Father Ieo, W. U. King. J. T. Martin, tho "hlrh dollar" without reserve br- - Sarah E. Martin, bld or limit. Possession day of sale. Fred Haudorf, Statement will be made as to oats For Sale Nice young driving horse trop. hands high, without a blemish cash, LI In ono year, Hi TERMS: jj '" , rV3M In two years with Hen notca bear-- work anywhere. Apply to Will Stone. C per cent Interest. (iood short horn hull. II. For Sale. Urynntsvllle Is a thriving villas C. Ntinnelley, Moreland, K.. Itoutc I. cated In the heart of tho best ttertlon of Uarrard county, has fi stores prosMany farmers are ptotving up corn perous bank, schools, churchei etc., planted early ind putting It In again. and tho best people on earth. UNDERTAKER AND EM0ALMER Hero Is a chance for the man ot niort Ilaln la very badly needed in this secerate means to secure him u Rnod, KY- STANFORD, lithome, well located nnd good land In tion, as gr.193 1 beginning to get a Offlco 'Phone 167. Home 'Phono 36. Ulue Grass. tho tle tihorL We will take pleasure In showing D. It, Dlshun bought some 200 pound tho land to anyone prior to tho date Spring Suitings hogs of George Hall at C of sale. HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, My new spring and summer samples Cross and Jones shippped two cars Heal Estate Agents. Lancaster, Ky. of hogs to Cincinnati for which they are now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the best on the market paid C M to 5 I can suit anyone as to prico who had HOLDAM'S MILL. P. li Parriah had one fleece or wool his clothes mado t order. A suit made to oir ineasine Is preferable Mrs. Lucy Menefee, was the Kuost which weighed 12 pounds. The fleece to ready mado clothes. To liavo them evse. made to measure doesn t cost any or Mrs. Dick Smith. Jojlali Smith wafe sheared froin n tnnrn llinn rnitiltf tn trhan ntmlltw and tamlly visited Mr. Martin Smith , , ennnlderod. V. Shaw sold a cow and calf to I nnd - - CVm v In and -- " Saturday nicht. let tne take your measure Mrs. Dash Smith and Mrs. M7rtle Wm. Payne for $23. Harness were tho guests of Ida Thomp A noyto county farmer, formerly of eon Surday Also Mr. llryant Drown Lincoln, bought In September, 1909, a H. C. RUPLEY, Tho Practical Tailor souund 'wife were tho guests ot Ida Thompson. Uthel J Ilea nnd I,lzlo v!b-- row and plg3 for J36, also purchased ited Mrs. Ida Thompson Saturday a male for ?10. In the following fall night. he killed hW meat, sufficient for fntut- Mr. Hamilton and family ot Crab ly use and for a lot of work bauds, Orchard vent to Rethel church SunCay to vlult the graves of his loved nnd bold J600 worth of hogs. The ones. first of this month he nipped a carWilliam Thompson visited his par- load of porkers averaging l'.'Q pounds ents Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Thompson Sunday. Josh Harness was tho Kiiest cahc. At the present vtine ho has on AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED of John Rogers Sunday. Henry I'lath-lor- d hands 12 brood sows una "1 pigs. All POULTRY, EGGS, ICE, COAL, ana family and Mr. Martin Smith tills Increaso from an original InvesU and Tamlly were tho guests of Mr. luentof JJC. HIDES, WOOL, FURS, Jim Adams Sunday. SALT, LIME, GINSENG, There are lots of farmers planting FEATHERS ETC. corn In this section. Some are just MONEY TO LOAN. getting ready to plant. county rarms. In any On Lincoln Mr George Souttiern and family of Uroughtontown visited Mr. Harve amount oer $3,000 Rate of Interest G per cent. Term, 5 years, with Urown's Sunday night and Sunday. Torn Adams cut his hand very badly pritilcge to pay niter ono year. First with a chopping axe. mortgage. H you are In need of money Mr. and Mrs. Hicks were the guests PHONE 153. will loan you up to 40 per cent of tho of Mrs. Wallace Sunday eve. They meet at the new church Sun- value of jour land. For further parday for the purpose or organizing a ticulars write to G. D. Swlnehroad, A FRESH LOT OF THE GREAT Sunday school. We want to get a 25-t- f TEED JUST RECEIVED Lancaster, Ky. good bckool started up here nnd want Attorney, everyone to help. K?g Wren fc Fraughtner liavo a saw mill In operation here. T. I. Hryant Is visiting his parents 2 TRACT NO. 4. ANT SHAPE, ANYcomfortably. Hot days are herel ANT PRICE and they demand clothes SUITA- "NEXT," I can sell youany thing BLE FOR THE WEATHER. A in the Clothing line in strictly adwe have told you before, TANS vanced styles and right in price. and BLUES are the correct colors Handtailored and pure wool. We Our serges in two piece, all wool, have a blue serge for 12.50 that fast color suits at $10, $15, $20 has the world beat for perfect fit, and $25 are simply as good as the quality and workmanship Onr Tansand (rreva THE FEET mrjA are nearer vi the crossett iiKe unejouT F0R THE FEET in oxford shoes, gloves for the hand at plD to tpou 8HmTS T0 T0NE orF pictures than any clothes you saw. Leng coats, long lappellsj T? . shoulders, lull chests. Jast'OcliJ.1 JLXUUlIloOIl broad slip on one and see how it fits. rnnnA-rc-huvs- "hhfi ptn.mA t.imfi rlrfiSPi Hats . . AND FOR YOU WOULD NOT THINK OF DUYING ANYTHING Y0U 3EE-er ev-lso- x AND Cn w H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Ky. Stanford, Kentucky. J. C. McClary, gfiOCFSiS r orMen vJnly up-to-date 2 4 - We have just received our new and line of .Men's Summer Shirts Negligees In Pongees we have a pleasing array Of styles, Collars attached and detached, with tie to match. c. We Want Produce With Cuffs attached; a good, long sleeve and many beautiful designs in stripes. In white, and White Pleated bosoms we can suit the most elaborate dresser. Remember the low fitting collar band wnich keeps your collar from riding the coat collar. Remember the fullness of the shirt. Our H. B. Northcott. CLUETT, $1.50 and $2 Shirts, unexT. K. Tudor. Mgr. celled by any shirt we know of, when it comes to QUALITY and STYLE. Notice the display of a few of our Monarch $ 1 Shirt Fresh Oysters STYLE. SjMim r. K at Huhnnk. Mr. Hurdlno Wren !ias a very nice cottago completed now. Uriah Albrlgh has completed a two. story house. It Is reil prettv. Little Stella May smith, of Wood-btcchas heen vlsltlnp Ida Thomp-bo- n for the pn-.- t two vcoks. A'rs. Lizzie Watson visited her daughter Mrs. Nannie Smith last week. a many patterns in our show windows. SERVED IN ANY & Cummins & Wearen, ft j;- - 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. BLUE LICK. ltev. A. U. C'oker, of King's Mountain will preach at Coffey's School House tho fourth' Sunaay at 11 o'clock Theodore Walls visited his cousin Sallie D. Stringer las week. She had not seen him for 30 years. Mr. Oeorgo W. Snowden Is visiting his mother and son In Madison coun Tf)G BG$T IT2GAL - ID Morm Lmmbm-Mo- Wot-M- or Stanford, Kentucky. Mutton ra her proflU r la r.uinr. but joa canoot t Hit bif )Uta onleH iou kep jour (ml 1 worms. Tfcit'i tbp $TSnF0RD - Restaurant Carson's W.A. CARSON, PROP. FLY Men's Hats i J ty. NE.JS , r J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, - Mrs Eliza DaugheKy Is visiting her daughter nt Neals Creek. Mrs. iJiura Snowden nnd Mrs. Mary Daucherty visited their sister. Mra. Sarah Daugherty last Monday nnd Tnesilnv. Wo are having a school. SUN" 5riDfc5 will pntUrlr lM xt th worm, not M only In roar tbMp. bat to T.r7 otb.r m nimiliuiinnrrlwL TbJ. wonderwork, jm lot rtudr will dxtror rid ipl .T.rr M lwtworm.lMTlocUanlniIIrlodicMt nd kMlmUaU r.rj ounc. ot Iood II mi. M wooatrroi iodic na coo 7 dltirn.r. It coat but 111 o( a cent a Ur -par u.aa to leaa. rim mmUVt U mioiuw!tard byltw 0. It. Fell Oomraoj, fVt We feel justly proud of onr collection of hats aaraUod.O. this Spring. It nght nlco Sunday i r t KENTUCKY. S WE WILL DELIVER iwiriwiiwwn.wi iij'pimwi WW J. L. Beazley & Co UNDERTAKERS DALMERS. ER IN BEE LICK Sntu Dolanoy, of near Ottenhelm, wns visiting relatives here. A lurge crowd were attending tho Sal-V- res? LLwLLLLnloLLLLLLI Is mold lot Meats & Groceries AT YOUR DOOR Uftfj AND EM., . . ALSO DEAL. MAT-- uti by phone and givo us your FURNITURE, order lor our nlco, fresh meat nnd cHwau now groccriee. Call for J. C. LYNN for MEAT And LAND A BUCHANAN for Groceries. TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. STANFORD, ; : elnglng Sunday afternoon. Wilson Misses Anna and Myntha nnd Luclt Pol'ard wero guestB of Mrs. C. XX Wl!son near O. K. Smith Weaver got bis foot mashed very badly by a log nt Henry Williams mill near hero. S. .1 Pollard was at Cedar Creek ls!tlng relatives last week. FOR SUMMER DRIVING KENTUCKY. tho comfort of both torses and drlv ere should be specially considered by securing a proper outfit of lap robes, blankets, fly nets nnd other ncccbsarl- cs from our complete assortment of Hero uro light, but horse kroods. ttrong and durable, single and double Mr. nnd "Mrs. Ashford Wilson wero harness, admirably nuked to road pur. visiting her parents last Saturday and posos, along with a Hill lino of work S'inrtay at Chestnut Itldgo. harness of the best quality at flat Miss Edith Martin left Sunday for prices. . -Fort Wayne, Ind., to' visit her grand-- 1 Y mtWUMlIi parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. ttalnea. PENCE BROS. Stanford, - - - Ky. CONCRETING Wears In poaltlon to ao all klndi ot oon l'itYtuini oretloi, iaohwe block Work.lUtug aican from a make any and, la fact, boat down to a fence poit. We can arr flrit-olaii fMP light shades embraces many of the new ideas Broadbrim, low crown Derbies, Telescope styles with' pencil edge or snap down brim and new with contrasting yoa promptly and guarantee work and material. Uall and get our prloet before yoa buy your material at lean. We urge you to see this assortment. ... j ItwT. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Kj, W. E. Perkins, iM iWll'Vli..-...- ... "- CRKccHKr ' il . I - iwiwhtf iwiiiiiifca"teT'?ia1ii VMjWitlM'".''l''-WliJViM'3'''Wi- i ' - t ill T lihfci ii - njaii