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The Stanford interior journal: May 26, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911052601_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 26, 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. I us tu ft y l"NMCtt3 THE STANFORb INTERIOR JOURNAL. VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 41. STANFORD, ocum n pair of lino boyii. Komo fhrcweil thief unloclteil tho meat liouso of MrB. Bam Held ono night reccntl) nnd hauled orr several hams nnd about the flnu well cured niuio number of sides. No clue, and no one thinks "Hamilton did It." the county road down Hun's branch trom Hie pike to l'lno Lick Creek lias been greatly Improved by the K"od Judgment or Mr. I). (I Klllotl In directing the work recently. Mtl'orniaek, Mers and Tucker our hustling lliii stock dealers are this on Cumweek bii) InK a few berland river. They expect to airho hero last of week. John wash who once lived here nnd chirked for Ills hair brother isaiic Steele had. the misfortune about two weeks pant to get Into n row with a clerk In his store In ;'nlm)rn Island lie lB in Jail In thai and killed him little city and leluses to glut ball. Ills plea will bo tho unwritten law, Mid ho feels sure or prompt iicqultui when tried. Ills wife was a Miss l'owars. of tho Rolling Pork, Casey county. John was a quiet iiunsRiimlng modest man while he llwd here uml his host of IrlMids deplore the lact tint he bad como to kill a man. car-load- s LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1911 EVERY TUESDAY. AND, FRIDAY. NEGRO DESPERADOES GET LONG TERMS HIQHWAYMEN WHO RODDED TO' DACCO MEN ARE FOUND QUILTY ON ALL COUNTS. ett BIG CROWDS GREET GRADUATES MARKSBURY CRAB ORCHARD GREEN MURPHY WRITES FROM TEXAS FORMER LINCOLN COUNTY MAN WRITES INTERESTINGLY OF LONE STAR STATE COMMENCEMENT CLOSE AT END OF WEEK. EXERCISES A BUSY Horn to tho wife or Mr. Clnyton PLAYS THE HOSTESS Mnrceo n girl. The Ladles' Working Society will meet nt the residence, or 1), S. Swopc ON DEHALF OF LINCOLN COUNTY next Thursday nt 'J:.10. TO LOUISVILLE BOOSTERS Mr. Charley Huffman hu8 typhoid CLUD. fever. K. K. BIG CROWD AT OPENING OF ELIXIR POPULAR CA8EY COUNTY TERING PLACE A MECCA ON SATURDAY WA- IX- Cannon San Marcos, Texas .May l. Tho Loulsvlllo Special Hoostcrs The recital Thursday evening by pua maro, price $12.1. According to promlso to some or pils or Miss Jnckson nnd llallou closJ. A. Duddcrar bought or Mr. (lastl. train got no nearer to Stanford on Its Circuit Court this week liatt licon trip this year than Crab Orchard, It our friends. Including the Interior ed the commencement exercises of linn a horso paying for It IL'OO. cnnjigcd which not being concuirent. Journal, I will tell something of our llnvv- Mis, Herbert Hrooks who has been was royally entertained Uiero accordgory, Curloy .lolm(M)ii nmt lliiil one of the most successful years of trip nnd Texas Wo left King's MounMns, tho threo negroon who liolil up tho Htnnfonl (Irndcd ami High School. visiting lior fathejn nt Ilurgln has re- ing to the special reporter or tho Loula tain on tho 6:10 A. M train April 18, ' vllle Post on board. Ho wrote back as In no other preceding year, havo tho turned. nml robbed llnllnnl, Hatfield nml tho nrrlvcd In into so wo had .Mesdaines. (ioorgc and Tom Ilnllsrd follows: clillcretit departments or the fenoo. other tobacco men on the Danville to lay over. Leaving there at 10 P. M. Monday nlfiht enrly In Febru-nrwell, ns In the school of Ijtncaster hnve recently been visitCrab Orchard, Springs, iay 21. It wo succeeded so plko onp encountered snow In coming )cnr JuBt closed, Tho success must ing Iho home of Mr. Sam Hazclton. was up to tho boosters today either througli Indiana, and a storm In Illilast All threo of Hid negroot. .Mr Alex Durham of Ixmdon, who to take Crab Orchard salts or be attributed largely to the cllorts on threo countK, two were Indicted the nois. Wo saw somo flno country In .. .. .. t.. i un his uroinei .vir. Jim Keeley Cure. There were the two ofnnd miinngemont or Htipu J. v, lreianil."B ueen lor robber ntnl one lor mnltclimtt Illinois and wero Informed that It sells Ho has labored diligently to make tlio.u"rham .Wo has locuted In lnnvllle. ferings or Col. James W. Ouost, the for $100 to $130 jier sere. Tho .Mishooting or striking anil wounding urs. l.im uecil nntl anughler .Miss veteran Mayor or Crab Orchard, who nnd most Stanford school the They pled guilty to nt least one or ssissippi Valley Is rinc looking country popular In tho Hate and has well suc- Annie 0. of Danville have concluded with a delegation or hi Hustlers, met but seems to be wet, both In Illinois tho count against Itium nd fuiiftht ceeded, Too many words or praise n visit to her mother Mrs. Fimnlo Pol- tho Loulsvlllo nierchan.s when the nnd Missouri. out tho others In coutt, nil being found The union depot at cannot bo said concerning the work lard. special pulled into this quaint old St. Louis Is nice nnd very convenient guilty and sentenced by Judge Wnlker Rev llellbron, of Lexington, was town. s ot hl8 corps or nsslstnttts to serve In tho penlleiitlnry, We lelt St Louis nt U.1U A. M., the Class Day exercises r" Tuesday In here Saturday and Sunday to preach .Many or no merchants Had spent nth which not being concurrent We enmo through somo flno nuRitrated tho formni program of tho,1"1" tno '"'casant (.'rove nmgreRalloii, many n happy day at the old springs' country over tho Frisco for a while, will give thorn quite n stay nt Frank-- , week after tho baccalaureate sermon nll1 uas ,no K"0!,t of Mr. Ixgnn llurkc nnd know the town In days of old, and Then wo canio to the mountains. In fort. s of Sunday. The ginauales were Mr "ol'l'ro" is n pianist and n they wero agreeably surprised b) the coming up the mountains our train negroes were defended at AttorHie ,st r"nlll! not" amI Kavo ""'ch pleas-ginSalllc Hurdolte Kllzabeth Hlg, i.lfty appearance of the village Col. while tho best out or St. Louis to the ney J S. Owsley, of this city nml Atu, nmntes of Mr Ilurkc's Huest and his to.Iow cjuncllmen had i south-wes- t i:mma Hays, Vera Totttn and "ro lo of Lev torney J Krniikliti Wallace and a double header only. ('"" Uy nccomiiiodntlng them to u Crab Singleton, Josopit j .Messrs. Wallace Orchard looking spick and span nride J5 miles nn hour up tho moun-anThey wen- - sentenced under liigton r KOO,, mui"c d,,r,R '" tny with CRAB ORCHARD Hopper. Lester O'llnnmin. wore read) wUn tin tains. When the top was reached tho Intermediate sentence law, by ' I'he eonlses were henrd nml pnils-- . Kentucky welcome. The town Ig as dry one engine from there on mnde Ou Juuffl Walker nil follow Mr m"1 Mr8- Jo,", ,,0,",'. wlr, bavo A Huccew4ri'l (cm or our Khool til by n large number of mends audi. h.s a herring pickled In: ii kit, but the miles an hour on tho mountains. The Hud Hawkins, two cnoM for rot, 8"e"a "B tl,olr ,lont'- t Colonel was prepared to dispense a nlr was light, the country was general lelatlves through the entire piogn.ni two to 10 )earH sentence ttuned Friday May Ik' 'I he Kraduiit-Inbery from " "'C " ' "" """ goodly sired amount clasg: or lour boys and four glrl nhlcli lasted over two hours. I'ol Xlm of mountain dovv. 1)' rough and poor but there are lino on each unit shooting nod wounding ', (ate their exenlvcs on Tuesday night Iiir the nddrcss of welcome, by .Mlsil Among those present todny who were prospects for fruits, nnd orchards one i flvo jeatH from '"" ,ml,,c",I,r l"0 ' church hearty In their welcome was Col. Her-- without end In southern Missouri. W'o before which were enjoyed by mi Kllmbeth lllgglns. an,e Joseph Hop-- ' Cnrley Johnson, two casos of ! " ,"(' t) Howard, who ban lived hero tor came Into the linen country 1 had ovaudience nt the Uuium church ier.tl.evaledletorlnnorthelaSs.,V. !', ""i ' r;CCntly from two to ten )eam on earn " 'r" '" ""l2eU s M part llvered tho class oral...,,, Imv.nr er been with well Improved turms, mid shooting and woundlUE iruui one The grnduateh certainly did their '"C "tC ,? ,1)r Mi,tk Kl' jcars. A certain party on board was grass well Their teacher, nt the beginning his subject. "Lee, the Ideal Americanund plenty of stock. very much put out at not meeting Col. to live )enr on each. '' Has ' ol the term promined the one that Wallace Singleton ntt.red in his Northwest Arkansas was rough as r nil Howers, editor of tho Much Interest wait manifested In ,)l'n,a"- made the bust oration ,a gold medal c wo came over tho Oiark mountain?, having unll.nl.e prop.ietie pow! tlit'Bo cflfcou on urruunt of the attack l game of ba'l tin News. It wns reported that L'dltor on MIph .Nnilt) er, made plain the future to each on 1 lruit district, upon tho tobacco men having been '113 Judges decided ,, class mates, liich prophet) Mtn beaten b) the Hanlev .earn i; Howers nnd his famous mule. Ua'namtu,e famous tne' imo m"t0 but ,01 find .sapler ns beat, with Miss Henrietta of of " r.ne of the boldest pieces or work nt to in. Th(, gamo was pla)od at Urv. had ridden into Crab Orchard. andevcn' tl,ere Ihuley second ln Protecting ugamst tho Inte was greeted, wltlt n htorut of upiiause (ints;e ho would deliver an address or tempted by lilKhwa)iuen In this pari that The orchestra composed of Mesir r boutbpaat Por tlm next lew minutes Miss er. welcome, but sonie unknown reason, tolJ bnn,,s' The ',M,at TJlp s;,may Scm)))1 Ust of tho state In man) )e.rs.. Tho neHoward and Wultir Goodwin and Mr Tolten entertalne.1 the nudltu.ee with " rou6"' but w came ,n' Uncle Kll was noi among those pres-- ! klnUoraa groes drovo out ol town, got nhennil n l5rou, gm Leriic) I 'I nil rendered some splendid her pesslntlstln phllo.oph.v and she Is let Ao some good country a8 we neared noon T,en, uwe tW(j niWr cnt at the white men mid then bcRan ', 'iiuslc which was n great trnt ami sumo gmmbler". t. jtev Mnhau and Rev. (J..,lhv (hooting ut them, and Harked them, well on Jo) Ono ot tho most entertaining or the TeiaK- - Tlle Hea UUer vallcy coun-lsrd by nil. We are glad to According lo Miss Kmmn Hays 'Ills- - boiJy ry i8afn'r "ne co,,ntrf, ami "f"3 ,, we u'((Il up tearlut y and nibbeil ,U18 today was Col. Kenner Karris. )eilged lent them Know we will have Prof. li. K Hiuiclt 100 a,a aCTe: tor) ortlieClas8,"theevengra.luiiteM ,;ork dono ,,y ,,, omct!rH (lial a arf; them, then ilroic ou to Danville nml MIsh Tn)lor ngaln next tobacco planter nndlfrom " t0 uir AImi are n second, seven world wonders. ,vert. uur, x uuu i iin.w ntu us is huuu a the court was Alius Salllo McU'borter will be on,, or Much of tho time uf for next vear Miss philosopher, who took n prominent (looks oC the country very much, een i:son Pros.. MIsh Christopher See part In the welcoming festivities. consumed Hi seleilliiR urles In thews our teachers. The primary pluci Isj "The feats or Hercules would liav down as far as Dallas, Dallas is quite been only phi) to them , she retordn. vw,icu. olficcs ihe) bavo held tor 4 cases. Col Quest and his fellow townsmen n nttv vacant, but will be supplec! in due tmf ohA ctifn let mnrtrlv thn fn O'llannon, as glltoulttti of )ears. brought )el Lester met tho train with .. good supply o( m(JU8 An Item of local Interest ilnirf od back WnU M Daag VQ the clasi came next on the program Miss Susan Alilo Dunn, who is teach conveyances, automobllos. buggies and out during tho rouri-- ol the trial w.is Mrs William Monks and ehildriu ot M K & T ca,(ed tho Katy in the tealliiiuiiy of tlregory th.it Hud near l.oulnll.e accompanied her moth His presents to hlr. classmates were lug a select school at tho home ot Mr. vehicles enough to convey tho "llooafr , FJycr and from there on wo mado Hawkins came over to Stanford on er Mrs, Dr. Uick homo tor n few ilujs well selected and JS p.esetitatlot. Logan llurke will close on the evening crs to tho hotel. ,rom c Q ;o nles an j,our Tnc spcccJiHH wer(. the wittiest and tno t.t June 1'nd. that partlculurcourt d.i at Iho Invl Mslt Thero a dellghtrul lunch was served coimtry , very sni00tU imd lovel antl or the pnxrain j .Misses Pattle Hello Rurke und I.Mna1 most greatl) enjojed tut Ion ol CUtrlua Hsughman. n well with plenty of cako and lemonade ln yj0 flncst yCt. Mr JameH Cluululcc and daughter known local lieRro, to participate In n Melissa left Thursday night Tor n He acted thu role of tflc comedian to Herkle nttendcrt the baccalaureate ber' truo picnic style. Tho first corn planing wc saw was crap Rami', which he said, was gener- visit to their eoii m.t lirother. John perfection. Miss Salllc Uurdette pre- - inon delivered by Rev. Garrison at v.ui. uucbt cicu.vcrea a neany au- - j gcthern Missouri. Corn was up sldent of the class, Introduced each! Lancaster. They were quests of Mrs', drossi. or welcome, and Frank Cassell ally run In MaokbW le on court days fluid wick, in Detroit -- lit h. ln Oklahoma. At Pans corn was two Viiuds'Ap Price. . speaker In a few well cho-e- n and President Timbeilako responded to t0ur Inches high. From Dallas we 'the court ncted ujam a number of Misses Annie and Katherliie The lare tobacco uarn belonging to ror thp "Uoohters." The knowledge, that every word of minor case, beforu tnklng up these are visiting their parents there cawo 240 mlle8 south. Talk about the graduates' speeches was original .Noah .Mart.ee wns debtro)ed bj Hie, The WQicome ut Ciab Orchard wnsl larralng; they sure cases. Mrs J A. (Soun was iicpitt-tci- l tills week. dcrnim In Texas, Jeveral nights ago Tho barn contain-- ' dellghtrul lor Ito cordiality mule the pioud parents und mends of Mottling coa: mci Denhain and the, Waco Is quite a town but 1 tfon't like Mrs. DeJaliietto of ir(,lntn, iH visit. A.I ..11 I . I.I.. lunuiug ... ui ma Stewart, ing her parents .Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. more greatly enJo the class dnv iniiilenH'iii.s ui- - leal lvcspltallty that wae displajed. Peru Hros, at Rowland ti,0 section around Waco as wefl as 1 lulling- - n threshing miichln,, and a j , colored, ai found guilt or stealing Willis f.irjner north or there. From boirni new harrow, a g(,((l iiiHurante on On Wednesday evening the graduates flour from J. II. Itauglimun A. Com-piJ 20 miles south ot Waco to the Colo- Misses May and Stc la Campbell acHUBBLE wore nddrubrcd by Hr Arthur Yugei the bam which it is j..ild will covtr from two companied by and semteuted to i ratio river mountains as theyjejp call- . thslr rather, Mr. Origin ol the :;ic unknown. He took ns thu hubjec. about which Ions AIn the ponltentmrj to ten jenrs Campbell, or Dam lllc, are visiting Mr up fiom Tam-- I eil (but tlle' are onl' ll1lls) tlle coun- lirover McKechnie is grouped his remark-- , the text "H llied Jones n negro, was acquitted of uml .Mrs. II I). Campbell. Austin Is a pretty Buro '8 mie Mr. Hd lie Ii, Florida. pood to yourself" lie drew tioni tuts telling whisky "u ls surrounded by a good Campbell has gone south to ship ber-lieCol. W. P. Walton (J. J. Holicn, of Tc.mp.0 To.vas. 3il,lacc l and benelicl.il lesson? mnii) country. From A.istln we canio out visiting relatives here. nud Imploied the grudiiatos to remoii' HUSTONVILLE .Mr and Mrs J. P. Cummins came Miss Allre Rankin Is visiting .Miss tnrough the toothl Is .ir rango counas they toniineliee thel.' TO REPRESENT N. Y., LIFE IN- try, ou out west, with line farming up in their auto SuniU) leaving Ids ber these M.iiyand Jeunle Rankin Our friend anil neighbor J) S CarJourni') of life SURANCE AT LEXINGTON. And it extends .Mrs." A. L Kankin visited relatives country on the cast. a few da)s visit pantl)-sl- s Merriue Pettus lor penter hsd a sivore stroke of After JJr. Vngers address , I'mr country, to tho San Marcos valley with Ida nud Helen Campbell. nt Mnicclliib last Sunday on his lett side Inn week. At this Ireland presented the iilploinas to tin (Lexington lloiald ) which ls the best country I have yc James McKechnie, ot Uurnside was Mih. J C. Il.tlley and chl dren are writing ho Is tlioitgbt In be Improving graduates A number ot edllghllul Messrs. L. Seton Lindsay troni the n visitor here Sunday. seen. visiting friends in Stanford this week were Interspersed In I erne office or the New York LUo Horn to the wife of Kills Yooiiiu on This country ls divided Into threo , L. C. Hubble bought a' tine Jack in McCarley has gone to nuulcnl numbeis Miss Hculnli ol 111..' Rlrls. program the L'utb a Oompany. and William Jor-di- Tennessee last week. sections or classes; first, tho valley or Hryaiitsvlllu to make cier home with the Mr and Mrs. Cheer l'nrtn ,uul two recital was On Thuikda evening of the Louisvlle binnch, spent Irrigated land; then tho Hats; then grandparents. given by pupllH of the e'ocutlonary )esterday In the clt) and contracted ihlldreu of Ijiwrencehurg. K).. are her tho high lands. It Is claimed that tbo Mr vVnrd iliH)ren prett) residence END OF THE FIGHT iHlttntr Mr niul M- - .' M Uuhunks and musical departments of the srhnal v.lth W. P. W'ulton of tlic Herald 10 high lands are the strongest land supervision ol Mr lleorgo under the parents. who are Mrs. Cutter Those who attended weie well enter- take charge or tholi business heio The irrigated land sells rrom $125 to Stephenson, is progressing nlcel) Mrs. JMe I'odnck and 'laiiRhter tained by the reading and piano num- and ho will enter at once upon his du$JH0 an aero and near town ror ns Sam Talent's business house were gucMs of Mis Dining Daimhcr-t.- Mso Mr. bers. This entertainment concluded ties. much as $100 and $500. The Hats will Mxni be completed. Tho company rornierly had nn which is the in ett lest land, so' Ik tor tho program for the week. the last ,woek. Mr. I). L. Payne h.Sb returned from ?",. to $125, say, one to two iiuIcb here, but withdrew it when the Ambio.e and im Pntteisoii of This evening Miss Snlllo Uurdetto tlaogtite,r, Mis. Mattle nnd' a visit to his miles from town. I cannot say much Ky, wero guest will entertain. In honor or her senior New Yotk Legislature pipvided that Tanner, of llarriiunn, fenn. He "top nnd her handsomo )oung no Inauranco coiupauy shall vvrlto about the high lands yet. Corn hero Mrs (I H 'Floyd and taking teachers led ou hls wny to sec benutllul u III visitor MNs Mallnda Nave. moro than $150000,000 or Insurance Is from wnlst high to shoulder high. txniuluatlon etc OIV, to any itate. The prohibition has While cotton Is still king, corn makes Miss Pearl Tlnsley was voted tho trom 40 to Co bushels per acre; cot hamlsomcst been removed and tho com pan) will lady guest at Kllxlr REVIVAL MEETEING ton from ono third to threefourths or tiy for business here on 11 large scale. Sprlncs opening clay. Grover McKechnie . n bale and bringn trom $7C to $80 a Mrs. Creasy liirles of Nuw Salem, Wc will begin a meeting ut the bale. Ono man and .1 couple of ladt. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT Ky.. was tho guest of .Mr. anil Mrs. Methodist cbutch, in Stan lord Thursenn cultivate from t0 to 75 acres. It W. P, Itonolds vs .laa-ih- a COMES TO HUNT -- OR HIS MISS day Juno 8 at 7S" P. M. Tho pastor N. Eoff. U. II. Floyd at (icuova last week. seeing that this land ls tanned year ING BBROTHER. Pursuant to an qrdcr made In Mr. Ed Hopper hau returned from will bo assisted by ltev, Andrew John-tolu and year out to cotton, corn, oats, an extended trip througn thu south,or W'llmore, Ky., who was reared th0 above st)led cause, the ciedltors vS'O and cane and 110 fertilizer, nnd )ot of Murlha tV. KoH, uro hereby notiried was close enough to tho west. Ho tlrover M. McKcclune, or Tampa. In Lincoln county, and (or ninny vears "I am lorry to say," said the law. the 50 and 75 )oar old land produces tnsurroCtoB and Mexican battle Urfo to assist In tho In- has been engaged on evangelistic wort ,0 apiear beforo tho undersigned com- - yer, has arrived "that tho $50,000 loft by your tto host. We! mlssloner nt his offlco In Stanford. to hear Iho tiring nnd hear bullets vestigation or his biother. H. I. Mc in vnrlou3 states of tha. union grandfather u all gone Wo hnve We took a trip down south (158 strike buildings. nnd Ky und prove their claims, on or bo' Just made an Inventory of the estate Kechnlo's nosterlous dlsappoaninco, ask the sympathetic mites south of here) through the now now nro quite Haltering In tbo eltj or l.oulsvl lo May 7. He int)ers of nb Christian people In thU loto Juno 1'nd, l'Jil This May 2ith and And that thero 1b nothing left," Indications counliv and cut to Hosvllle, Texas, O. 1). lToience, M C. U C. "Thank heaven." replied thu heir at for n Inrgo blackberry crop this year l.ns n letter from his bi other, written work, wo have a common catuo Our 'Jll coming country. law. "Now tho fight cvor the will will cvhielr seems to be n ns wol as many othcrts of btnaller nnd mailed on tho nttcrnoon or bis object In conducting tots meeting U bo settled at o'nee, and I shall not Ihfg Is more sandy and Is given to Irults, p,lsnppoann:"ln"'wi)li!li lie b'behks f.i to bring men, women, nnd children WASH THOSE PIMPLES OFF " Corn on cotton nnd truck growing M have to bother about It any more Mib Mallnda Uoguo or lirovo City vornbly of his work and gives some of to Uod In thu salvation or their souls 1) makes 20 to Si) bushels per aero In ripe old ago or plans for tho following week Uy this and In spiritual uplift. Fraternally, Use D. U. I)., that mild, soothing died last week at tho WARNING TO RAILROAD MCN. the Hesvlllo country, et it is lino 'bJ, ho Is forced to believe, nice all other J. J Ulckey vvrfsh, that rocognlzed remedy for Kc-- 1J. S. llncon. U Hast St., Hath, Me, end inty to cultivate. While wp nevViun nnd all skin troubles. A ptotltablo Investment for lire Is mombeis of tho Inmlly, that there nus Hrst sends out this warning to ratlroaaers: er found tho fruit as lepresented, drops tnko away that nwrul burlng 'A conductor on the railroad, ..njr there are quite a lot of orange giovos time In the salo or been foul pttiy and bis body olfered for a MONEY TO LOAN. Inflammation county rarins, in any Uch, cleauso the skin ?:ath away work caused .a chronic wus miserable lielng set out Flg. nnd borrleB nro fcomo splendid blue grass farms. Tho Ou Lmcoln at tho kidneys; nnd 1 lands.tuut made old Kentucky, famous nmouut over 13,000 Rato of Interest every plmplo overy Impurity. Noth-- and all played out. A friend advents- - in abundance Uesvllto Is known aa perjeent. Term, B years, with lug like IX D. D., for tho complexion ed Foley's Kidney 'Kills nml from thai,,,,, tmu, or wintlmiiB ,lH it a y .Modern Improvements imd beautifully' Hyomel lips relieved and benHtpd .: situated yloMiirv VJ0 per ucto in more catarrh sufferers thau all tho ptHllego lo pay after one year. First lot a 25 cent trial bottlo today-mort- gan Itocommenced - taking them. I be- w"" ate: frora eomo -- 00 regain my,- strength Tho If, you are ln nocd ot monoy 'worth, ten times Its cost to have n Hammation cleared and 1 nm far bet- - wells. hemiy l.V't yCrr uml more thau double (pecliHlsts In Amorlca. Ureatlio It; (iusranteed by Penny's will loan you up to 40 per cent of tho tottlo In tho bouse. At any rate, prop ter than I havo 'been for tvhmty )ears( rioresvllle Is a good looking town. all. this In tobJcco. Whtther.you are from that's nnd dliry spells are .MUsourlor not como nnd let us sfcipw Drugstore tor catarrh, croup, asthma, valuo ot your land. For further par- - Into our store to talk over the merits The weaknesspast and I highly Worn AJUonl0' tha metropolis, of the things ot the adirebsjor partlcu JUrs. Y. H. and noso and throat ailments. Com- tlculara write to Q. D. Swlnebroad, ofytlila wonderful prescription. you, or mend Foley Kidney' rills." Shuga,rs state, Is quite different from out east gars and Tanner Stanford .Ky. Lancaster, Ky. plete out fit 11.00. ern cities, as she takes on tha south Williams & Co,Uustonllle, Ky. and Tanner. 1' IIibwife of Kver- Uorri. ern style. Of all, San Marcos ls the wwk to the r y . Hulett bought or ... -- Mrcldlcbiyrg, Ky , May 24 Tho Kllxlr Springs Hotel was formally opened to tho public Saturda). There wero at loaBt sot) people present nnd the day was greatly njoyed by all. Mr. Hotichln has spent considerable money Intely In adding to and relating the hotel and tno structure ls now ln every particular. Mr. Hotichln and family appear to tie the best of peoplo and know how to tnako their guests comfortablo nnd e happy. Wo bespeak for them a business. Tho Liberty band was on hand to make music for tho oc cfislon and deserves special mention for tho manner In wjjicn It played Its prot-liabl- rart. A splendid addrcs8 was made, by Rev. Taylor, of Mlddleburg, and other features mado tho day a notable one Quito a number of guests from counties wero on hand. From Mr. Houhcins' homo county or An derson nnd Ltiwrenccburg were Mr. and .Mrs. (!. C. Hiiford nnd two children, Miss Uertrudo nnd Masto Kurus, .Mr. it. K. 1 hacker nnd two daughters, Mrs. IC. S. Duncan and Miss Lula Thacker, Mr. James Cole, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Wlthersivoon, Mr. nnd Mrs W. II. Morgan, Mr. II. H. Mnrs, Mr. From Kzra njpy and Mr. Shryoch Mercer county wero Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Thacker. Mr.. Jacsx Houchtn nnd .Mlddleburg wob represented at the Kllxlr Springs opening Saturday, by the Icmalo portion of our population. A good rain fell Hero Sunday and Monday, and vegetation has taken 011 now lire. The blackberry crop ls quite promis ing and a halt crop of apples Is an violin-Misse- d "l old-tim- e g .. ," i j ""' nib-ber- g L '"P - '""' ""' ' cat', is Zr'TT, T" vleant t"ul ti. i assured fact. Herman Reed has set up a peanut stand In bis barber shop and is being well patronized by th0 lads of town. (ieorge Falconberry and Tom Uolln a couple of youths of tho Orovo secacquitted ln magis tion, wero trutcs court last week, of tho chnrge ot disturbing religious worship. The disturbance occurred at the Saint's church on tho Knob cuH of Yoscmltc, but those who were present say the matter was greatly magnified. It Is reported that two more stores will be-- opened In Yosemlo In a short time. It seemB to us mat tho town is already overdone with business house, but it Is ald that thero ls al nays room for one more. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. nrynnt went to J. O. Fogle naB Mt. Olive Sunday. been confined to) hU bed for sbtnc tune with tover. Kev. C. T. Ciaunch. went to H'aynos-burSaturday to fill his regular appointment, ProL C. A. Wesley went to Illg South Friday. .Mr and Mrs William Wheat attended tho Sunday g well-kno- iua ' i h pro-grai- c ju ,r' jirat-tica- School Convention at Mt. Olive Sun-da.Miss Kuth Lee Foglo, returned homo from her school at Jellicu sover-a- l clays ago to wait on her father J. C. Fcglo who ls sick , 1-- 4 ). llr acre lot on Main For Sale. t Street, has barn and all outbuildings Hnnutlful building site for residence. Stanford Ileal Estate. $100. most deshab'e to live it. It Is, a ecbool town (Is known ns the Athens or the Couthland). We have two or town scbooli, a county high rcnool, the S. W. StMe Normal, the e Lone Star Uusluess College, the Institute, a Methodist College, nnd last and best, tho San Marcels Paptist Academy, which thas tho reputation of being the best lu tho country, and tho finest or Its kind In the r United States. The city draws Its bupply from the beautiful San Marcos river, which bursts out at the foot htlls about n nillo north of town, n lull grown river ns clear as crystnl. litis U called n prohibition .county, but It must be a tectotatr Tho pea pie ate plain, blghoarUd, old tlmo, re Iglous folks. The irethodlst church v lias W0 members, tho Haptlst a little less than bOO, and there nro some sevefl or eight other church. The Catholics have about lost out. Whilo tho weather ls about like the middle of July In Kentucky, still we havo a constant breeze fiom tho Uulf, Sun which makes Is ver) pleanant. Mai res baa moro ulco shades than any town I over saw, and Is built In the v alloy, up tbo toot hall nnd even on top of tho Sau Murcos mountain, vtilch gives the prettiest vier 1 know oL There ls also a Kovernnient flt cry located here. No one can uavu a vcr) correct Idea ol Toxrs until you have kotn It. Ycum respectfully, M. U. MURPHY dls-trlCor-lonawn-te. v e, Hum-pltro- nl.n cl.iEs-mnte- s wMM n u s"rt sui-da- gage. as 25-t- 41 - Lu.. . The Interior Journal. Established 1872 M. S TO CURE SORE IUNIONS S Treatment Marveleutly Quick for This and All Faot Troublee. two UblMpoonfula of Calc-tl-dt compound In a bailn of hot water; In this for full fifteen wmk the minutes, gently msisarlng the sors parts. (Less lime will not glva desired results.) Repeat this each sight until cur li permanent." ah pain and Inflammation Is drawn out Instantly and thebualonsoonle reduced to normal slxo. Corns and callouies can be pealed right off and will stay off Sore, tender feet and smelly, sweaty feet need but a few treaatraents. A cent packaae of Caloctde twenty-Or- e Is usuallr sufficient to put the worst feet In On coadltlon. Caloctde Is no longer confined to only the doctors' use. Any druggist his It tn stock or will quickly get It from his wholesale bouse. This will prove a wol come Item to persons who hne been vainly trying to cure their foot troubles with Ineffective tablets Hurt foot powders MDtitolT 6HELT0N 8AUFLEY,...Publlther IN ADVANCE If A YEAR 8TRICTLY ft Catered nt the postoffice at as second class mall. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. HON. a limit to loyally even to them. Thoy will resent nnd resent bitterly tho defeat of, Mr. James by Senator I'ayn-te- r because they would regard tt ns the defeat of n loyal, true and brilliant party leader by a democratic senator who, aided In retaining In his scat a republican so besmirched that tardly half of the senator's own pnrty would vote for hlra. Wo do not believe Kentucky will do this, but we repent thnt It would endanger party success If It were done. Parasols WE ARE SHOWING An Especially Attractive Line of LADIES f CHAltia A. HAItDIN, of Mercer County TIMES For Circuit Judge. McKINNEY Mr. J. S, Murphy and family deslra to express their high appreciation of tbo kindncsg shown mem in tho loss of their home by fire last week. Also their grntltude for the many favors that the people o McKlnney and Community have conrerred upon their family. .Mrs. Kate Coffey and daughter Mrs M. II. Singleton, are visiting Mrs. Coffey s daughter Mrs. Walter (loodu in Cincinnati this week. Miss Lena llcok Is on tno sick list with measles. The social and literary society will meet nt the school house next Saturday night. Mr. A. 1). Hoot and daughter Ktln Hello returned to thctr Homo In Okla homa this week much to the regret AT"IITUDE OF THE LOUISVILLE Th0 Imlsvlllo Times, adopting and approving many of the vagaries and platitudes of Senator IJlnckburn, nt Owonsboro, demands that tho candl dates for governor not only express themselves, In genera: terms, concern ing the reforms which thuy Itvor, but go beyond further than any candidate for governor cer went, or was required to go, and BUbmlt a bill of lcglsln-llparticulars, furnishing definite well thought and workable plans for has tho price. And because we run their achievement". his ad Is no sign that wc Imppcn to Not only is thl8 demanded for the bo "for him. No reputable newscandidates themselves but tho further paper, However, will sell its editorial demand Is made of the party that the or Indlvldunl opinion, nt any price, platform Bhall contain speciric plana' , and it Is In the editorial column that for the accomplishment of all these one should look to 6ee Just who the things, nut It must even b further editor is "for" nnd what ho stands for. of their friends. and lncludo specific plans lor the And by tho way, we understand Mcrtle Montgomery Is confined to "overcoming of Illiteracy and the that Senntor Payntcr nnd several otn other ovils which beset tho Stnto". or candldntog nre preparing to do her room with tho mumps. Tho lady Maccabees aro requested This extraordinary demand of tho some extensive advertising from now Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. Tlmes Is as sweeping as tho edict of on to the democratic . primary on to meet nt the Mnccabce hall on Thurs MA KIat day afternoon nt ". p. m. Some ImOmar and as relentless as the decices July 1st, portant business to 'oc attended to of Alva. Let every member try to be present All of this, in tho language of SenSenator Blackburn Is reported to Several from hero attended the op ator maclcburn, Is mere "balderdash". nave said, at Owensboro, that If there ening at Elixir Springs last Saturday ITS THE YOUNG MEN WHO ARE SO PARTICULAR Tho governor doe8 not frame bills for ABOUT" the legislature. Like the President is a machine In Kentucky it should and reported a good time while there. Mrs. L. M. Goodnight visited her he recommends subjerts for consider be "smashed". Was tho Senator In STYLE. AND WE ArtE VERY TO HAVE THE NEW ation and suggests the enactment of the mind to "smasii" machines, at brother Mr. J. S. Murphy of this place ex- that session of the General Assembly last Saturday. laws for the correction of specific Uro. Gabbart will preach at tho isting evils. To go further and sub- when ho defeated Oerro Gordo Wilsuggest its form, liams for tho nomination? Lest the Christian church next Sunday mornTHINGS READY FOR YOU. 8EE OU n MOHAIR SUITS AT 112.50 to 20r mit tho bill, or memory of the Senator does not reach ing and night. would subject tho governor to the so far back, wo recall the event. Varney Tanner left last week on nn Just criticism that ho doubted the extended visit to his nrother In Spo-If the capacity of tho Legislature. BLUE SERGES $10 TO $25, TANS AND GREYS SILK LINED (25, $30' Afto crying in tho wilderness for',!ane' Washington. Times desires tho frame of the bills by I Mrs. H. C. Nunnolley. of Wlnhcester wnlcn the reforms it ndocatcs shall months, "a candidate, my kingdom for is visiting her parents here Mr. and he made, known In aavance, let it a candidate," CapL Einis, of OwcnsMrs. K. L. Tanner. AND $35. THIS IS HIGH CLASS MERCHANDISE. catechise the candidates for the boro, has declared that if be can find Clay Gooch and son, Wilson, of no other candidate, he will supporu example Legislature. For those Somerset, visited the former's sisters candidates bred and nurtured, so to William Addamsl A doubtful compll tho Mlsses Gooch. certainly for Mi. Addams. epeak under its own roof tree. It ment Mrs. McDowell Fogle nnd daughseems to have tbo crude impression, or Tosemlto nre Willson paroled a negro and ter Katherlno Lee Gov. However, that in tho governor Is vestvisiting Mrs. Fogle's parents Mr. and the otner day he shot two women to Mrs. Murphy. ed tho entire legislative as well as Even Gov. Willson death. Won't It be a nice Job for the functions. Mr. S. J. Murphy went over to Tarls knows better, and oniy claims to ex- republican nominee for governor this to see his daughter, Miss Catherine jear, or the state platform endorsing who graduates on "Wednesday from executive and judicial ercise tho powers. Wlllson's administration? Bourbon College n that place. though the small of my one box, I was completely cured. My Tho demand thnt the platform shall Cleo Thomas and J. Q. Itowland ed from pains specify deilnlto plans for accomplishThe Sporting Editor of tho Interior spent last Sunday at Yosemito calling back and kidneys, especially severe euro has been pcrmnnent and I, therevery highly ot Doan's Kid-noing the vagaries of tno editor is con- Journnl hereby reserves ringside on lady friends. when I attempted to stoop. I was con fore think Pills." trary to all party practice and preced- seats for the next pugilistic engage vinced that my kidneys were disorderent, hven tno platform of ono of the ment In town. They're coming so fast Fon sale by nil dealers. Price 60c. DON'T EXPERIMENT ed and as I knew Doan's Kidney I'illa wo simply want to speak candidates, which only a short time nowadays, Co., Iluffalo N. Y solo were good for such troubles 1 procured since It printed and praised In un in time You Will Make No Mistake If You n box and began their use This reme agents for tho United States. stinted terms, did not furnish the Follow This Aovlee. Kemember tno name Doan's and dy acted Just as represented and be "well thought nnd workable plans" The Louisville Herald says that tho Never neglect your kidneys. foro I had finished the contents oijtako no other, now demanded. Platforms, national difference between a Bailey Democrat If you have pain in tho back, urinary and state, speak only in general terms and a. Lorlmer Republican Is simply a disorders, dizziness and nervousness, But the causes referred to are not the matter of price. When it's time to act and no time to experireal objections which tho Times has your physician lias pre ment. These aro common symptoms to the candidates at.G platform. It BREAKERS AHEAD scribed n medicine for you to of kidney trouble. Mid yiu should urged a convention, in tbo faco of the talc, the next Important step Is to seek a remedy which Is recommended have that prescription placed in the popular demand for a primary, in the (Ellzabetntown News.) for the kidneys. hands of a thoroughly reliable nnd competent hope that; two pet measures, which it A word as to the Senatorial racu Doan's kidney pills is the remedy to pharmacist so It will be compounded exactly ns favors, might be endorsed. It lost, and Congressman Ollle James of the First use. It has cured many stubborn directed. We have pained nn enviable reputation tnen It insisted on a p.atform conven- Congressional District is a candidate cases this vicinity. for always lelnc very careful and painstaking in tion, In advance of the rplmary. It He nan a record tnat nas never been our compounding nnd feel that, in all justice to your Can Stanford residents demand fur lost again, and since that time has surpassed as a Democrat by any Re' ther proof than the following testi own good health, you should brlnR your next prescription here. Here, too, you will find n complcto and been engaged in endeavoring to bring presentatlvu from Kentucky. Ho has monial? display of toilet nrticlcs, rubber kooJs. soaps, out additional candidates for gover- never given utterance on the floor of H. Coomor, N. Fifth St., Danville, Each movement of sheep from a county, or railroad shipment, must perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. nor, in abusing democratic methods, the House, to a thougnx that has not Ky., says: "Some ywrs ago I suffer- be accompanied by a "certificate of Inspection", made out especially for For Interior decorating wo carry and recommend nnd belittling such candidates as had the truo ring of Democracy. He hat particular movement or shipment ALABAST1NE, the beautiful wall coating. Call have failed to declare, specifically for has never cast a vote tnat he has had county Inspectors will notify all shippers who purchaso sheep ln their and sec samples of tints and asl us about It. to explain to his people. There has of its pet measures. cither to this effect and also that they should only buy sheep from flocks which So venomous has the Times grown nover been a campaign for t. cnty have been inspected on tho farms whcio originating, and round frco lrom PENNY'S DRUG STORE. thnt is has designated tho Democratic year8 ln Kentucky that ho has not scabies. Alter purchasing a "lot" of snoop and determines on a dato lor been n power of strength for Democparty as a political "donkoy", nnd ut Stanford, Kentucky shipment, the shipper will make application to the Inspector for a tored tho kindly warning not to "make racy upon tho stump. There Is not tho giving the number or head ln tho lot nnd stating rrora whom purtoo much of an ass of himsoif, in his slightest suspicion or his Integrity chased. The Inspector will then refor to his record (which should bo Kept zeal Tor four years of forago at Prank-fort- nnd Incorruptible honor in tho dismado) and If nil tho snipper's purchasin a book containing all Inspections charge of every trust. lie Is iromtho es are from flocks wnlch have been Inspected nnd found free from sca If tho Times could have had a banned Democratic district of Kentucbies, a certificate wht be Issued, written In ink or lndellblo pencil In tbo "Whallenlied convention, and nomlnat-- ky tho ono only whlcn saves tho Stato On approved security shipper's name advertising tho entire lot, or two certificate if going under from being Republican, ln all ot its a candidate of Its own choosing, two billings to different markots. Tho shipper will turn this certificate witn a platform endorsing its pet mea- history it has never had a United whenever conditions sures, these demandB would, not have States Senator and. it is certainly enover to the railroad company to beattached to the way Mil. This certlll cate should bo marked "for rallroadshlpment". been made. Of all sad words or ton- titled to it this time. Preferwarrant it. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Mr. James Is opposed by Senator gue or pen, tho saddest to tho Times, If the shipper should apply for a certificate for sheep originating In Paynter whoso chief claim to notoriety Hocks, which have not been inspected it will tlierr be necessary to Inspect are, "It might have been." ence, of course, being Is that bo voted to whitewash Senator such sheep before Issuing the certificate and ns the Hoard's regulations require inspections to be mado beforo movement, all Inspections should be corruptly elected Republi given to our regular Somo peoplo have asked whether Lorimer the made on the farm, Ik possiblo to do so. can Senator from Illlnlols, and who wo have "turned over" to Addams for Certificates covering sheep to bo trailed, should be Issued tn the same has voted with tho renctlonery wing depositors. general manner as for railroad shipments, and inspectors will demand covernor. Thoy hav read somo or oB Democracy ln the Senato led by that sheep being trailed into their counties bo nccompanled by a certifiLis advertising matter, paid for at cate. Such sheep If infected, should be returned to their former pasture Uailoy. ndvertisinu rates and have jumped at If not dangerous to do so, or quarantined and proper action taken. If not ought to be absolutely no There the conclusion that the Interior Jour Infected they should bo quurantinced until knowledge Tie learned con question as to which tine of these men nal Is now for him. They were nevcerning their former premises. should bo nominated. If Mr. James' er more mistaken in their young lives. opponent was a man equal In ability Iioth of these cUssea of certlflcatos shall ixv issuaa- on the "certifi Tho I. J. was one of tn first papors cate oi Inspection" bank or the Kentucky Llvo Stock Sanitary Hoard and with him, whose democracy was unbo stamped with tho roliowing: in the stato to declare for McCreary questioned and against whom thero THE SHEEP RESIGNATED IN THIS CERTI and we are mcc; enthusiastic for him no taint of political scandal, then TO-DA- Y. 8HALL FICATE IF MOVED INTERSTATE no than ever, if that were possible was the peoplo of western Kentucky would RUGULATIONS TO THE BE SUBJECT A newspaper IB not vastly different oven accept tho defeat or Mr. James OF THE U. S. BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSfrom any other business enterprise ln a matter or party cnolco with tho TRY. jui jiuvo someining to sen. Should a party loyalty wltli which tho llrst Make your home us modern ior your family as a ice, MR. FARMER: All certificates snail be Issued in duplicate, tho original to bo given candidate go Into a grocery storo nnd to the shipper or trailer and the duplicate forwarded to this ottlcn. ' residence, aud plnco yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations Co. district la famous, but defeat the Idol Certificates covering shipments or movements on sheep which bavo nK ior a sacs oi nour tho grocer of western Kentucky democracy with, at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service would sell it to him nt tho regular, keen previously Inspected nnd reported to this office, need not be again which you and your neighbors can tret for a sum that is small compared with Lorl-iiitho apologist and dofonder of reported, but if that tie a first inspection of the entire lot or portion ot the benefits received. Call or address our ueartfct office or write direct to rste whether he happened to bo "far" and thero will bo enough demo same, a 24U report shall bo mado out covering such annuals ua have STANFORD, this particular candidate or not Tho crats stay away icadquarters, Nashville, Teun., for information regarding our special "Farlrom tho polls ln not been previously reported. same way with a nowsnaner. wnen a mers' Line" rate. If you aro not at present enjoying telephone service, we Please return to tnia otflco all certitlcate books which aro not stampNovember to defeat the democratic I man wants to buy our advertising' ed as above required. cau immediately interest you. Our linca cover the States of Kentucky, Very Respectfully, Vaoe-t- ho newspaper's ptock in th w Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tLo Southern portion of Indiana and A. J. PAYNE, trade-- we gladly sell tt to him if ho Ig EA6T TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO:, Illinois. Bmon puro ana j0ya,but aero Is May 2nd, 1911 State Llvo Stock Inspector o nnmfrip ii mumsi mo MffTf M jp iA 1r i'B 'r .jsAWBL FARMS In Wash and Silk ' I 1 Linen Parasols With inlaid Bands and Borders AlsoP lain Linen and Plain Silk Prices Range From 25 Cts to $5. Severance & Son Stanford, Ky. H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. y Koster-Milbur- n Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded Instructions For Issuing Shipping and Trailing Certificates In Kentucky WE MAKE LOANS certl-ticat- FIRST NATIONAL BANK, PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. - State Bank Trust & Open an Account With us RURAL TELEPHONES. SURPLUS $25,000. 4 er OTCE .,. tiw (INPOUrOlUTKDtt i ' Tm-wa - MUAey ft .1 fcwau . mmAmiM i M jW',s ntft$k 'M .yrmM mn""'!'''11 ''wWawuHftjcroi ly'jXi Tn rM limMmmamU Hnyiiitt - . ,. , n "?r . f -- w r;,'T wr'j HffTfflff u , PERSONAL and SOCIAL I QUEEN OF ACTRESSES I pLwmu m ,iiii i , IIII4IHM ..j .. 3 aM Mary IllRRlns enma up from to iittcnd tho commencu incnt exercise that nlRht nnd sen hcr ' Bister, Miss Kllzancth Rrndunte. Mrs. Burn Curtis Mime oer firmi LiixInRton this week nnd took bark with nor Miss Itncbel Allison, who linn toon In very III health for Hcvcrnl wetiks. ' Attornoy Clem Hpnldlnft, of Louisville, wnR hern on buslnesH on court , Kafakr erica BCper bot dm aba only. this week, rw w ay aa leaaaaj iwimim. President J. 8. Mocker, or tlto First National llnnk, Cashier W. M. llrlRht 'of the Lincoln County National Hank, attended tho convention pf the KiRhth LUtrlct Hankers' Association nt this week. .Miss Lottie. Webb, or Louisville, Is the nttractlvo finest of .Mrs. II. M. Now, EXCITEA1ENT Innd. Excitement at Wabash, Frankfort Miss llertn .lean Penny nnd Mrs. and Logansport, over Curei Wrought Richard Caswell Saulley will bo the by Denna Rheumatic Remedy, Sure, Miest of Mrs. Itobcrt S, Lytic, durliiR Safe and Speedy. . Hhcumntlsm, Uvcr. lvdlney nml tl. Cnnilvnl. Danville Advocate. absolutely cured Sloinicli Dlscnsc .Minn I.I .a Llslo McUtiotd, of Lebinon when doctor and nil other menus (is visltlnr. Mr. and Mrs John MWiols fnlled. Homo turned In ihceta and fed with a tubo cured In a nliort time. Mies M ('Chord Is well jjnovwi and very Following nro n fen. John McNnlly, I popular here. Dnnvlllo MeskeiiRcr. Georgo Pence, Al. Henderson, I. It. Mrs. .lean War I en. Mrs. Jiunei Shwcr, all of Frankfort: Miss Kails, Meni'fee ilnd Miss Lctltla Wnirenhiive Mi Scllu, Ind., Walter Ilaumliauor, ... ictuilii'il Iroia several wrens Wnlinsh, Ind, of Winchester Bin) bottlo whllo they last Mrs Lurlen llorkner, HcKulur They with accompanied by little Miss 25 cents, at Mnrlo Wnrren Heekncr. Danville Men DRUG CO. NEW STANFORD one,or I'lie enRaRcmcnt Is amiouneeU or Miss Halllo Murrs Spaiks, nl McIioIiih vllle, to Mr. .1. II. ISallntd ,of ilryants-Mil"l f5-The marriage will bo celebrated N: Sp. j the latter part of Juno. In Nlcholnsvillc I his eiiKaKement wl I on read with Interest by tho many frlundg of tho Minn Kotnerfcet I , A to ta isottiT ad other of tna Liver, Stewth u4 BowtU, mar lw obUkvid mart pltMintty mm mart iwumtill fcy usiaf Sinsp I Re ami EKsir ef Sanaa, h b art a new and witrWI rcmaaV, "ot U tssed by raXotu of wrfWomatl famfc uWith. oat ttia world to claaata and sweeten and slienttlie.ii tna system whenever a lasalfra wmtdf U needed When buying nota ne full name, ef tea Company Catforma F5f Syrup on every peckafe, cmmS-Ken Cov-pria- tad J, T. Krahry is In nnd slinpe with erysipelas nnd Is confined to his homo Mr, J, C. Ifny8 continues to Improve nicely, nnd la now sitting up a little Mr. nnd Mm, 0. Jlnyg Foster spent several days In Louisville, this week PRAISbS rt-RH-N- A. Railroad Fares Rebated unta juiy ist. AT OUR TRANSFER DESK. MUs Julia : SiBV Marlowe I I am atad to write my endorse ment of the great remedy, Peruna. I Marlowe. do to most hearUly."-Ju- Ha Any remedy that benefits digestion strengthens the nerves, The ncrvo centers rerrnlro nutrition. It tho digestion Is Impaired, the nervo centers liccomo anemic, and ncrvouu ilcblllty In thorcful'l 1 '., &J Special For Mail i Order Customers Only Collar Foundations, Net Covered, Strong and Washable, High and Low Shapes. Sizes 12 to 15 inches 10c values, Special 3 for 10c. STEWART DRY GOODS CO., ISIiKS Wedding presents nt Mueller's cf The Plan. PURCHASE A ROUND TRIP TICKET FROM YOUD HOME 10 LOUISVILLE. WHEN YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR SHOPPING IN THIS STORE, TAKE YOUR RETURN TICKET AND YOUR SALE CHECKC (WHICH WILL BE GIVEN WITH EACH PURCHASE.) TO THE CREDIT DESK, (SOUTH END OF THE BUILDING, FIRST FLOOR. VE WILL REFUND TO YOU IN CASH YOUR RAILROAD FARE, PROVIDED IT IS NOT OVER 5 PER CENT OF THE TOAL AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE. IF YOUR RAILROAD FARE IS MORE THAN 5 PER CENT OF YOUR PURCHASES 5 PER CENT WILL BE REFUNDED ON THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE. at Wabash J Attorney W II. KobertH nnd Joy Harlan, or Danville, attended court here on Wednesday, Itev. A, A. Illgglns went tip lo Middle burn jortorda) lo be the guest of liiends. Ho will tilt the pulpll or the l'resbtcrhiu church thore Sinda Attorney J. Franklin Wnllnci , onr of the most prominent of tho ynmu' or members of tlie F.i)elte conn y bar van here thlB week, enraged in scv einl cases In Circuit court. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. - incorporated. Louisville, Kentucky. IRHH ' I. Mnglll, of CI leu - & 52 e riETSY3 POINTERS "What haa become of ttio old cook who had something on tho atovo that would not no done until day niter tomorrow? Hut prompt ness governs tho dny. If you want up to dato KroccricH you Immediately think of Cofey & Coleman," Try a "never fall" Kerosene can ior 0) days If not tho best you over snw cr used, brine It back and get our ttoncy. That's tho wity wo sell It. fiish-loned paitles. .Miss llertn Jenn XViiny nnd Mis. Caswell Saulley were dellRhtrully cn-- j tertnlned by Mn. Kcnert llnrdlnp, In Ixinvllle Thursday orternoon and by Mrs. Kobet S L)tlo Friday afteruiKin. They nre the Kuests o Mrs. Lytle for the C. II. Carnival. .Mr. and Mm. S. I). Hartley left yes-dalor an extended tour o: tho north and cast. Thoy wIL take In lti autiv- mobile race at lndlnnnHills Kher they will be entertained by the president of the automobile club; golnj; tiom theru to Diamond Uik,. .Mich., to ipend n week. Tholr trip will Include Maclnae Island. Southern Canada, Lost. - lietween Hubble and Stan bitch ford brown, spotted glass-eyestomach tablets will put and Itcward for return to Tom Bourne, Jr., SHORT LOCAL NEWS keep your stomach m fine tdinpc. SU'-'- p. f Hubble. llavv you asked some lady to como 1 hey stop stomach distress, sourness', belching and heartburn m five minutes to the meeting Saturday? It not lend LosL Five shares Lincoln county They banish Indigestion. At Penny's James --M7. LinDrug Store. He guarantees tfcem. .0 National Dank stock, ltcturn to coln County National Bank. W. S. Fish represents ovly ntn cents. Ma .ill go, motored over to Stsnlord frr'n an old fnh Danville, on lli- hunt cuuntry ham Mr loned hmoked-ciirei- l Maglll wnK engnRed in construction vork on tho V. N. O. & T. V ral loal yevrs ugr, in Lincoln loiiuty man nnd often utndc trips to Stnniiud thin Mr and Mrs .Mnglll were drlen ove' fu an automobile by popular l.d Net a: Klectrle miii, ol thtj Dam llli Company, who Is a nephew of Mr fr the worst thing for consumptives. Many of the preparations contain as much as 20 of alcohol; Scott's Emulsion not a drop. Insist on having is almost "just-as-goo- Kd. Hubbard will jc In Saturday with n wagon load of flowers Four loom cottage, gocd For Tomato and cabbage plants at llltles . vements goodstublc, lots, and gar- Rloro nt lltistonvl ic. It-den, and 4 aces pnstbro land attached. U. M. Mrlght, Aum. llcmig htVacco betters at W. H. parties having plncld tiatsli or Hlgglns', the best made. Tty one nnd All 1 US-t- County Organizer and Manager Wanted Scott's Emulsion rou RkLF. iiv jlix, duikkhhth Cum-mln- ntiy kind on streets will have it removed nt once; nil parties 1'nving drain pipes of any kind en street v ill discontinue them at once. I!y or II. I). Carter, City der of council. Mar-ha- l. 41-- 2 Hats cleaned and rcblockcil at and Wcarcii'a. s d a 3U-3- and strongest Let him keep I'litln Day, Ilattle. Creek nnd many ether polntg of Interest. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Coleman and little son. Muster Clarence Clement Coleman, attended the Confederate COFFEY & COLEMAN, reunion nt I.lttl.i Hock, Ark., Inst week Prompt Delivery. Ihey also lulled In Hot Springs nnd Phone 190. at Memphis. FOR SALE PRIVATELYI Mesdames Lucy Cnrdcner and Liz-rlKdmondt,, of New Florence, On nrcount of an excess of business I deslro to sell in) roll! at McKInnoy, Ky. It has n capacity or 75 barrels of Hour per day; machinery In Rood condition. Situated on the Q. & U rond and draws patronag0 from Casey nnd other counties, good turnpikes lead to It nnd Is In the. heart of a lino wheat Mo., o ' belt. or co aro Kiiesti of Mrs. W. 11. Underwood near Hubble. The ucddtnu or MIsb Siillto Taylor Woods, one of Lliicoln ouiity's lorell-es- t dnuKhttirB to Mr. drover C Ander-on- , will be a beautiful event nt the Hnptlst church here on the afternoon of Juno Mr. llansomely engraved For further parrrlculars wrlto huvu been Usuetl hero na S. Murphy, .McKlnney, Ky. follows- .1. Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY Mr, and Kphralm Pennington Woods. Invite you to he present at tho HaptJst Church Stanford, Kentucky, Mrs. Let me Insure your tobacco against Itcd barrow shoat at my place. Owner can get him by paying lor this no- loss or damage by hail, thu tobacco tice and his keep. W. C. Shanks, Stan growers' worst enemy. Low rate. R. Tho star Held and poultry lence GO M, Newland Agent. . ford. WnMilngton red cedar ana cypress Georgo P. Ilrlght makes a salve kIiIiikIix nt your own price The JuncTO TRAVELERS. will euro v.lilto swelling carbuntion City Lumber Co , Junction City that 1 nin cles, bolls, bono felons, cuts, corns, . tho agent In this section Ky. llaptUt services ulll be held .it the also v,1ri cuts, harness sores and for tho Great American Steamship points. European to all ourt house Siuiduy morning with Sun" scratches on ylur horses. Uuaranttcd lino day school and preaching services to cure. 25 and 50c a box. See me. when you think of trave'lng W. LANDGRAF, No service w I be blil in ;he evening P. O. Box "Phono 2ti Waynesburg, Ky. Wanted- -- Orderj for iresh salt risseas-oing bread through summer SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Deafness Cannot Be Cured 1'rlce 10 cents per pound .Mrs. W. K. by Low excursion fares Sunday May ippllfttloiw, n thf y cannot tfarh ttw ll. r nun i.rtKn el tb rar. Tne h only one ay to , twtnty-clgh- t Warner. between Louisville, Lex. rurr dramrm. and last w ry raKslllulional rrmruira. ' IlAt&tM li cauMd by aa lnlUibcd rocdttlon ol tha inglon, Danville, Law, Georgetown, hrn this i lbs Ku.lwl.Un Tub. uucwb llnlnx ot you nave a ruublliui pmind or tin- - I renceburg, llarrodsburg, Shelbyvi'lc, Hev. I L. riekett called "Tho Ken tutx m teCamcd wnrn It H entirely rioted. Ural ,rfrt h.&rinr. and tucky Catling (iun" v...-nnovwi as mm is tho rrtult. and unlrm tb lonamroation tn be tnd Versailles nnd Intermediate sta out and thti tut rrcUritl to Its acrmat condiAuthor, Writer, Publisher uim I taring wul bo dtnyrd forever: nice eaM4 tlons, in each direction. $1.30 between Sons tion. out ct Uf are eauaeil by catarrh, wbkh h noUihut nnd Kvnngelist will spent! at Mnrclnud but au Inflamed eoodltlcn r tne Ulurmn rurfarea. Lexington, Danville, Georgetown and ot llonir) lor any Wo rlv Methodist church Monday night May I)fafnMi (rawedOno Huni'ted ttat eannct beOf cured Louisville for tho round-trip- , tickets by raUrrb) for circulars, fiee. .".Uli. Mr. Pickett Is an entertaining by Halls CaUnb Cure. CIIENKY A CO . ruledo. O. limited to return on date of sale. Pror. J. PcW c portionately low rateB 'jetween Inter rpeaker nnd Is in great demand. Ills Sake hy Pnurlrta. 111H for couitlpllloa. Hau's lumiy mediate points. Consult any Southern nddicHhes nre humorous, instructive, purposeful. Among his Mibjects are J. D. Kads Ai Sons have bought In I:nllway Agent or write, II. C. King, tfcLft- rlast thrco weeks for tho Springfield CTA, Lexington, Ky., A. It. Cojuk, DPA the lollowlng: "Home, Sweet Home, Its Friend nnd Woolen Mills Co., of Springfield, Tenn Louisville, Ky., J. C. lleam, Jr., AGPA Foes", "The Future of Old l! lory,- - about 00,000 pounds of wool In Lincoln St. Louis Mo. "How to Kill Hoozo" "The next grcnt Boyle, Garrard, Casey and Hockcastle. Ladies, don't fail to attend tho meet. Uattle," "Hill Jones and Ills Wile. S. II. Ilaughman had tho largent'erop . Tr""""" ct any raised in tho counties whom lug at tho lecture room ot Christian All Invited. Admission Free. May 27 at 2:30 o' Messrs. Eads bought:. IiuvIiik 1.500 church, Saturday clock. S. Albert Phillips, has recently pur- - poinds. chnhed n line unddV horse, from J C yu insurance companies. 34 if protested. fe I 40-2- 5-- 1 40-4- A lending Krnternnl Insurance Or- led desires a reliable white man to take charge of Its work in thls.r.ouuly to introduce the order, yolinf members, collect monthly iluer, organize save, money. s lodges, appoint and manage sub and so on. No previous experience Is nerrfcl, Screen doors, window screens, wire as we will tench you how to onerate. and cloth nt (ieo. II. Faryls' This is a splendid opportunity for a gcod man, with literal pay nnd chanio Lawn mowers, hose and sprinklers of promotion. Devote spnre time nt start, with nt Geo. II, Karris'. whole time later on. Well known man wanted, strictly Carriage painting, rubber tiring, honest, good ability, ono who Is a hunt anil repairing nt prlcw you can't beat ler nnd will get out and push the anywhere. J. 11. Ely, Junction City, work forward. Tills a great chance to becomn an Ky. Influential leader, to help your fellow aian nnd make a good income for your self at the same time. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. This society pays lorrelts tor stc. The Hustonvllle ftoller Mill Com pany a corporation under the laws of nes?. accident and death. The lod state of Kentucky, doing business In ges have grand ritualistic work, sttict- in every par lhc town of Hustonvllle , Kentucky., ly new and Is now closing up Its business aa a ticular. No other order like It was over orpomtlon. All persons having claims against It will present them for pay started. Over 65.00D memberships al ment. L. T. Young Scc&Treas. 22-- ready issued and growing very fast. Write Immediately for further parI at-- " low selling tne latest maga ticulars, giving full Information of In conn-denczines and newspapers. Glvo mo your yourself in letter. Address SUPflRME COMMANDKR subscriptions. I can nave you money GENERAL UOX COVING- G. I. N. Glllock, Hustonvllle, fON, KY. 41-- 1 ay-ent41-- 2 38-18 AB-I9t. 30-2- 4 m Do You Care 41-t- ll VV y For Pictures 30 Subjects U1 l If you do we offer you an oppor- tunity to get your choice of en Thursday STYLE. Alternoon, June Klplili. tho Lynn. of Carbon copies from master pieces at a small cost. They are: Tf)G BG$T ihgal$ - in Carson's - Restaurant W.A. CARSON, PROP. FLY $TA11F0RD NE.JS SUH SHDt5 daiiKhtcr, Salllo Taylor, to Mr. lirov.ur C Anderson A number ot dullRhtful nttalrh nro heliiR arranged for this most popular bride. Mrs, V. W. Pennington will entertain in honor of Miss Woods with a miscellaneous shower on Juno 1st trom 4 lo ti o'clock. Mrs. .lumen WoodB will entertain with n recipe shower at her homo In tlxi country on tho alternoon of June 3rd. Miss Sue Taylor Kimlcnian will nlso entertain In honor or tho brlde-to-bbefore tho wedding. Nineteen Hundred and eleven J. I). hteenberscna eel!?, bulld3, re- pairs nnd adjusts scales nt rocK but' nt three o'clock. prices beiore om to vltnusH the marriage of thuir you prices. See him for Orchnru, Ky. buy. Address Crnu For Snle. A good mare, works ev- erywhere, tide. See ford. marc colt nt (5. Haurr.ann, II. I), i, Stan- 30-:'- 4x26 and 20x26 Mounted on a handsome mat to harmonize 1 on hand, Hvo riding cultivators. Will sell them nt n Urgaln. Pence, . 40,.t. Uros. Ijit 'jraduating presents In great at Mueller's tho Jeweler. A. Trlhble. vuiic-t- y "WhataReKef!" (Jnli ' The first edition of these fine pictures cost tf 3D-- frit TArirrmrfc TArnr hno fviA4 TA...- - Special prices on odd dressers. W what comfort and relief a New Perfection Oil Cook-stov- e brings into the kitchen, -- i $100,000 These would cost you $2 to $4 in an art store. &;-.0 .. WSWE VfZ "'MS Welcome Words to Woaien ' tw iaH9afl m'.iJ.iJT. FOR SUMMER DRIVING w tho comfort or both horses nnd drlv era should bo specially considered by securing n proper outfit or lap robes, blankets, fly nctB nnd othor necessaries from our complete assortment of horso KOods. floro aro ilrtit, but Urong and durable, alnglo nnd doublo hornoss, admirably suited to road pur- , iwsesv along with, a lull lino of work harness or the best Quality at flat prices. 1 i 1-- ! J. C. NUCLARY, Stanford. Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their sex should write to Dr. Pierce and receive free the advice of a physician or over 40 ) ears' experience a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases ot women. Hvery. letter of this sort has the most careful consideration and is reijardsd as sacredly confidential. Many sensitively modest women write fully to Dr. Pierco what they would shrink from icUinf to their local physician. The local physician is pretty sure to say that lie cannot do anything Dr. Pierce holds that without "an examination." ShtA liiitastefnl examinations aro lencrallv need except in rare cases, should submit to tbem. less, and that no woman, Dr. Tierce's treatment will euro you riht In the privacy of your own home. Ills Favorite Prescription" baa cured hundreds of thousands, some of them tho worst of cases. It I the only medicine of its kind that is the product ol rtfulaily saduated physician. The only ono food eoouth that its makera dare to print its every Ingredient on its outside wrapper. There'e no secrecy. It will bear examinadrugs are found in it. Some unacrup. tion. No alcohol and no ulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute. Don't take It. Don't tnflo with your health. Write to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. K. take the advice received and be well. V. Pierce, President, lluffslo, N. Y habit-formin- g IflNw. It is not only that the New Perfection cooks so welil It laves so much work in other vayi. There are no ashes to clean up before going to bed ; no fire to bankfor the night. Everything is ready for cooking in the morning at a touch of a match. You are saved from an overheated kitchen fsaved from soot and dirt; saved from chopping wood and carrying coal. In the kitchen or the laundry, for the lightest or the most elaborate meal, you will find the New Perfection stove With the New Perfection oven is the best and most convenient. 'T ".,, J" , wan 1.2 "a ui S turam. smb. 7tJkYaylDUs4tZaB dretj iKthei. Uvnl V QiyL8MMS& .. " rub. atel BUM1.WU UleriTrrrwhi w rrka f dV. -- T- ii, . T - As long as this lot of 2SO lasts, you can take your choice at 1 4 Cts. " h.MViif ..L TV. IMI ifa uiulu la Uwa aural ata Severance & Son, Stanford, Ky. SUadard Oil Cmp any wncorporattd) i frWtjjfof'U himlM&mM iriWl'itkbi'l-- J- - New Goods Parasols Neckwear Lawns Ginghams Gloves FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD PERSONS BOWEL TROUBLE rtmstkabta proof Cf me unusual laxative tnrrll contained in Dr. Caldwell1 Byrup lYpiln I dial It li effectlre not only In neonls In lli irlmn of Ufa, but nt the extremes of Agra. As many One of the. meet THE FARMERS l'OSTKO Smith IS. Father I.co, .Mm tin. Nice young V. II. Kins. J. T. Martin, Fred Uamtorf, Hints For Summer Straw Hats ANY KIND, ANY SHAPE, ANY PRTfffi! ' Laces Hamburgs Silks Trimmings Purses y- Hosier - Novelties tetters nre itcpIvM from mothers cures or children, aa from rrimraina; of sixty, ernty ami of nice. It mutt I truly a trunucnui i&xauve. Tn the cure of contlpatlon witl lowf1 trouble In old poopla It lion no cxjual. It corrects the constipation, dltpels the head che, biliousness, una, drowsiness after CAllnjr. etc People niWanclna; tn years ahould ace to It that their towels mart freely, and If they do not to .lake Dr. ir Caldwell's Syrup ienln. Voti can your Ufa by healthy bowel action. Clogged bowel lnlte disease. Women bout to Dana the menstrual terlod rmnnt da better than use Syrup ITpsln Mveral women mn ami ine eighty year . lro-lon- Etc. Farmers We handle only goods of quality and guarantee price. Take a look and be Save Yourself From Heavy Lift- - Etc times a week until the system has set tied to its future condition. Amon the strongest supporters of Dr. Caldwell's Ryrup l'epaln are Mr. W. CI, !Vm of New OeeAlur, Ali. ami sir. George H. rlpaulriltur of Ihn National Soldiers' Home, Kansas, lioth elderly men. Tho regular sua liotlles can lx bought of any ilrtiggltt at fifty cent and on dollar, but R free haniple bottle can be had by sending your addre tn the doctor. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the purchase of Ills remedy ends his obll specialised fration. lie lias diseases forIn atomach, Iver nnd bowel over yeara nnd will be pleased to glv forty the render nny adrlce on the subject free of charge. All are welcome to write III in. Whether for the medical nrivlr or (he free sample nildres him Dr. W. II. CaldwelL ua Caldwell hulMlno- Montlcello. III. Tor Snle. 1U 1 drliushomi hands high, without n blomlnh work nny where. Apply to Will Stone short horn rr Snle. Moro.a.u., Ky.. Nnnncuey, Uooil sun.iAy nn.i Montlny tuwke ilrought ami Z mo Riad. .mi. come o my p.aca 10th, n red . Owner can payiiiR keep ami Miue nd. M. K. Creek, ex Ky. 414 sae-sm- nii Kor fnrm kk),i, dwci IIiik, IniRf nuiall well AND i enty of fenced .,tir, row! Innil DUT FOR THE FEET YOU WOULD NOT THINK OF BUYINO ANYTHING THE CROSSETT IN OXFORD SHOES. I miles I rum GL0VE8 FOR THE HAND SUnfurd t'eo, V l.iitin- SOX FOR THE FEET AND SHIRTS TO TONE YOU OFF SEE, ford tc S..n io.;:i three-yoar-oli- l. 'NEXT," I can sell youany thing r.bwrn in the Clo thing" line in strictlv aa- ihe made vancea styles ana ngnt in price. rnrmors stray Apm Handtailored and pure wool. We v, rur ur Eft mia nave a blue serere tor 12.50 thnt.. Ilerry. New sum. hflfl f.V Trrv1r Vioof tui pOXLOUb xii. ford, vvuim wo.u Pr. lib. auarrfcv and workmaTiflhm barn, orchard, iioi. i bull. It. soU.rni nam convinced. ing By Using A ir HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. OryGoods, Motion?, Shoes .fiMir DROP or BOURBON Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. ! Stanford, Ice Cream Freezers Ry. j-j. "C V...M POULTRY Hot Weather Goods Water Coolers Screen Doors Screen Windows, Fly Traps, Fly Paper, Fly Killers Also Harvesting Oil, Cylinder Oil Gas Engine Oil, Polarine Oil for Autos, Screen Wire ,. , , JL J. -- . PREVENTS DIS12ASI2 4- - wtrr cure CURE down the throat of a esplne cbkkta. ilotrort the wirai and sarr thcchlck's lilt Afcwdrrp.ln the drlnllnc an J rorMenOnlv W Up-to-d- ate tJ uiuuig T nctiipuiL xicty xvctivc ureat Labor oaver. oee It At TT T? f A ' "aB:clih"ilinJo,',r'ii';'t''"" BRjopouLTHy cure has Trirtbtretratr(VhUrDUrTholnthlcki no t equal : j: mw nviiuivjuiji ictcivcu uui -- j new dull Pence Bros Squire McKechnie ENR0U1E TO EURJPE Mrs. Sliliif.. Poor, of llncna died lifter n shurt illnu. o! 30 bottlr m.lc 12 gallons of mrdlclnr. For S.il Uy NEW STANFORD DrtUG CO. line of Vlstn, Filtered Gasoline, Etc. Tte examination ftir the teachers w. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. 2SS2S1 whii,co FROM WASHINGTON W&KaKHB OHHHHiJI Every Lady That Buys a Pair of Slippers From $3 up will Get a pair of Silk Hose Free. L. L SANDERS. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. LWil Tfe 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. rv rm J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. WE WILL DELIVER I J. L. Beazley & Go, " iiUMiliimim SM,s;swiriiirT- tne little yenro o daughter, of Mr. and Mm Jerry Keg. Snulro James. McKechnie. who U p;i88 jB ronsldered dniiReroimly III cf en route to Scotland, WTltes the In-- , typhoid fever nt her homo on terior Journal from Washington, u. v: : ion street. Hughes & Swlnebioad sold for Airs Just a lino or two to let you know DON'T BE TOO 3NER0US. that Y,o nave nrrlved hc(re nil O. K. Cccca West n plec or land uo Stan-Haa pleasant, and uneventful trip; ton! street, adjoining the Hoss with the cement, Into, etc, you get from us. Hememher wnt nil our build j through a good deal or rough j it.ng, to j, 4. Hoss for yoio. Ing mr.tcriils are niticn stroi;er than mountalnouR country, where they could The Declamatory Contest Held Wed-no- t the onllnary you ctn tliero.ore farm. They seemed to hu busy ncsdny e.enlng at the I'resbMerli-- use less than ordinary nunutltiei. If boring for oil, and mining Tor coal, church drew n largo and enthusiastic you like we'll tell you Just hew to nnd iron. Industry, industry, Industry I crowd. There wore 8 contestants, ", mix tnem to get the best results nt the least cost. Come in and nsk lis. Oh, It we had Just half the energy and Rtla and :: boys. '.Missus .Jelen the u?oplo or Pennsylvania inson, Georgia Sanford, KHzabeth Ulv J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. have with our Ulue Orass land we ens, Jennie, fox and 1'attlf Andwrson, you all know this without telling you, Holbart Hastin, 1'rank Tinder nnd' could be Independently rich. Of courso John .McRoborts being tho boys. Miss t,o 1 will not worry you. 1 will not try Jennie Cox, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. to tell you nny big tale8 until I get on Jasper Cox won the gold nicdul, the the briny deep and eee a whale, and judges being I'rof. Coawg. Kich-- I may send you a vttc!es tPlegtam. Mond nnd Kov. C. C. Drown nnd At-- I ? ii't- -r i have not seen llarvoy Helm yet, torney J. 13. Itoblnson cf this place, him up Monday Mav 29th la the llrst day or will look j ItespU James .McKechnie (the Lancaster" Street fair and as there v Wa7.- will be Id big roatureg nnd attractions a..i ' ot variotiB hinds, a largo crowd will LANCASTER bo In attendance. Mr. and .Mrs. F. M. Tinder UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Crano boug-.i- t a horso lrom talncd the corp3 or teachers of tho STANFORD, - KY- High School at an elaborate 8 o'cocit J 1. Sander8 or fatono, ror .. Home Thone S! A. Lee and Miss Walter Iter course dinner Tuesday evenltiK. Office 'Phono 167. James .. . ,1 t . t9 ":. ii.ibl'iuvji nau purelinseu a were ..... .I.! 1('nllnn(.(l.v n,i 4 lift iuui.-Spring Suitings dence or the bride's hoe, Klder V, M. handsome llrush runabout ear nnd U Tinder orficiatlng. Iloth or the con- - using It and making good in golni; My new spring nnd summer samples through tho country to advertlso hU trading parties are from Garrard. aro now ready for your Inspection, Ono or tho little twins ot Mr. and liifciiranco business. best market .' Allg Kstelie Conn left Saturday ac They comprise theas to on thewho had price companied by her father, J II. Conn, I can suit anyone his clothes made tt order. A suit lor Louisville where she enters the made to jour ineasu,o Is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them Peaconess Hospital to tnx0 a courso as a trained nurse, fitting hen,eir lor made to measure doesn't cost nny CARELESS - PEOPLE more than ready made when Quality Ube ng well as nn aid fcr humanity. and fit Is considered. Comu in and Several npw residences are being let me take your measure. Carrij Cash erected in Lancaster V. S. Carrier Is H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. having a But the careful Person modem house mil.i on the lot he purchased from tho city deposits his money in on Danvi'lo street, and he will luno another house built upon the lot ad The Joining tho other one. Stephen r is ham lug a new and cottage erected on. Itlehmond street. Miss Martha Kavanaugh nas relumed from coJIese ut Cleveland, Tenn. AND HANDLE LIVE ANB DRESSED Mrs. Percy Noland nnd cMldren of EGGS, ICE, COAL, POULTRY, Seatto, Wash., are expected In a few HIDES, WOOL, FURS, dtys to siicnd tho suu.mer with her SALT, LIME, GINSENG, paients, Mr. nnd Mis. M. I). Hushes. FEATHERS ETC. Alls Lthet Hiliou, of Stanford, is tho gnei.t of her. sUtcr, Miss Susie Hilton j . stock-passe' j the county was hold FYldnv nnd viatniday. That lor the colored ones will he .May I'Cth and ;Tth. ... .. uespass, .. In Pongees we have a pleasing array Of styles, Collars attached and detached, with tie to match. Men's Summer Shirts Negligees nemo ... J. C. McClary, .--Si 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 ,r tss:'' CLUETT, $1.50 and $2 Shirts, unexcelled by any shirt we know of, when it comes to QUALITY and STYLE. Notice the display of a few of our Monarch $ 1 Shirt many patterns in our show windows. nirau) - I Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, Kentucky. Wal-fce- We Want Lincoln Produce Impart Style Corsets and Comfort R&G Bank it.& .. i Groceries EM- - AT YOUR DOOR UNDERTAKERS AND BALMER8.. ALSO ER bills and purchases with his and'payVallhis DEAL- personal check. Jail us by phone and give ua your IN,fHlfjNjTURE, THEY WILL FURNITURE erler clwa for our nice, fresh meat anil new groceries, " .1 Y rli in. "" " jjj&g : r. ' I VNM faJMFAT ' HI i 200,000. w EXCHANGE Ana '? FOR ALL..KINDS Of STOCK. CbtowflexttoCourt-N- GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE. Stanford, Ky. 'A 'ANBTftlMJCrlANAN for K ' Groceries- - MOWKT.fc TAHFOIW, KENTUCKY. Mrs. C, U. Powell was In Itichmond ireSlf VlgltlnT'MrsT" S'. T'. Srott Misses Ueltle Itoblnson anil Mlpnle Walsh have returned to their PHONE 153. homes In Campbellsvllle. Mr, und Mra T J. Price wore guests or Danville, re n -lives. Friday. Mrs. Albert SeuoUfleid 1 vii im mne ucugiuer or Foreman, Ark., are Hero to spend summer with WsVrelo po.ltlontodonll kludt ot eon Captain Isaac Myers. and dnugUer Mr. suoii as Ulock W'oik. I'turiiieuti wscxn moke sny thing from end Mrs. John Cretham, of Oecrgo-'tow- ana.lu (set, toafsnes pot, We oau ssrvt nouiwfluwn urnte jud Mrs. J. H BhropsJilie, or yon prnmiitly snd Osll snd get oar prloi nd Cynthlana,'were recent guestsof Elder Wrk yoomsterlsJ. lust.rlsl t Itsit. i stors bay your nnd'Mrgl K, M Tinder. Mlss Mary ltankln lg; &t homo from Iadifon Fethe-pa-st J H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. V-.t- New-Model- s i"YC T,TT,'T"T'.T, CVjiN IJNU Just Received W. ESPerkiiis, if .fcicSSrstr, lo n Or.t-ols- ti PHILLIPS BROS., SUuford, Ky, male Institute. CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY. V-- V T..t-7- r rwrsitfr V J if ifTVr t !'''" ;miLi'- - 'ITU' "iT -- a!i H'?;" 'Aftiifc. ,rrr-'.JUi''d- . y w(iiAHi,.,