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The Stanford interior journal: June 6, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911060601_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: June 6, 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. 9t- - 'i-- sr V fii . VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 44. The Stanford Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, St ' UE9DAY, JUNE 6, 1911. EVERY TUE8DAY. AND FRIDAY. A T" STANFORD'S CORRECT POPULATION High Masons WANT TOURNAMENT ON OIL WELL STRUCK LANCASTER T. J. Price sold yearling Jack to Tennessee parties for $500. Miss May UroadduA and Dr. Jonas S. (Jllvcst, both of Buckeye were united In marrlago'ln Lexington. Rev. Mark Collins of tho Broadway Chris tbtn Church, oriicntlng. Kcv Bell, of Lexington preached at Scotts Fork, Sunday and Sunday night. Dr. W. h. Barton, a populnr and gifted cotigrcgntloniillst minister, of Oak Park, III., spent n few days with his sister, Mrs. Ocorgo M. Patterson. After a succgAgfut week's display, Adam's Amusement Company closed their street'falr In Lancaster, and hied themselves to the thriving town 0f PInovlllo on Sunday. 1,671 TO BE SPEAKERS HERE DAY. ST. HERE NEXT YEAR tlQ DELEGATION dOES PEIE AT SPRINGFIELD LOCAL SCHOOL TO COMFRROM - AT JUNCTION CITY IN CTEADY FLOW DISCOVERED OLD WATER WELL ON JOHN W. RAWLINGS PLACE JOHN'S SPECIAL CENSUS TAKEN BY ORDER OF CITY COUNCIL SHOWS GAIN IN 10 YEARS. It a not no dad alter all Tho npocl.il censuc. ordered taken the City Council shows thnt Htnn-fortins a population of I.C71, u gain r 120 over tho showing of I, Ml ol ton )onrs ago, Thu government's census showed Stanford up with but I,:.:::' popuntlnn, making It appear that tho city had decreased In population during the past decade, which everybody known Ik not thu raso, Mayor Florenco and the City Council l'tldi'd to set tl.e matter straight mid so commissioned Kpii Pennington to take n special census of thu city and ho linn Just completed tlio work. He went carefully over every section of tnt. city and hlR figures are correct, the government experts to the conRobert of Richmond, Ky, prand master of tne Grand xnlgn of Kentucky, David Jackson, of Iindon, Deputy (Ir.ind Master, llov. II. I.'. L. InwRon, of Kpi'Wftfleld, Fust R. Uurnam, d (.rand Chaplain, John (' Strothoy, a member or tho UmiIiviIIo liar will b0 tho speaket at the St John's day celebration to bo rfiven by tho Masonic- l)dgeg of Lincoln (ounty, nt Stanford on Juno 24. It will bo nti old fashion Kentucky plcnle, with a good dinner spread by thu .Mnaunlc families of Hie county. All the Masons ol the county and their friends are Invited to be present. Lincoln county hospitality will that iliiy be on dress parade Golden Dawn Springs ., tO BE FORMALLY OPENED TO PUBLIC THURSDAY If everybody will do their duty dur-lui- . 'I Mo (.olden Dawn Springs Hotel, at the next ten year, the population ol the city can be douoled In that Vosetnlte, Casey county, which has recent!) been completely refitted and apace of time. refurnished by the popular proprietor, Jnsnn l.nwhorn, will be formally open, ed to the public on Thusday, Juno H Children's Day The Liberty Military Hand will lu on hand nnd n big crowd I expected. TO OE OBSERVED DY MT HEBRON The waters of Coldun Dawn Spring SUNDAY SCHOOL SUNDAY hnvo been proven exceptionally beneficial In their rurntivu and health givChildren's Day will bo celebrated nt ing properties, nnd It. addition the lothe Alt Hebron Sunday school next cation and envlitmment make this morning June 11, with pleat-Inonu of the most delightful summer cxerclnoH, beginning nt 1U:.10 A. In the state M A delightful program haw been ai ranged an follows: I Ma roll by school. Stanford School Honor Roll (Sod Is Love, followed by .' Hon trary notwltlitnndlng. g H - z Harry llo'tclnw, Smith Iliuk. (.lade 111 Franrea Cormliiey, Sam CralR, Franl. Cordlei, jfary 11. (lar ntnn, Walltet- - Huhblo, Morris Jackson, Janle Hooker, Sophie Sa'.uidert-- , oaille Weareii, Stella Walker. tirade IV Jlnry Deck, Tlldeu Cooper. Alllu It. Fish, Thelma Francis, Ueorae Ilrent. Rachel Hill, Virgil Moore. John It. 11. Drill A Fresh Roquet lor MeKlnney, Willie Pepplo. Annette Childn n s Day, by 25 gluJ. Wearen. li. God Will Uiiuen.aud Mury (inulu V llobart ..rnoid, Leonard Slier Fallal d, Annie V Craig, I.qou Davis, By Scho.e. "Open Tho Frances Kinbry, Nancy K. MeKlnney, 1C. Song Annie It. Powell, Ada 1). Mobley.AUcu Door lor the Children " Army O. Tannic. 17. Tho Sunday School tirade VI Nellie Hill, Jean I'axton, ituy Holuclaw, Gilford Lamer, How-crV.'ado and Rowland (lamer. I.ettie I' MeKlnney, Ilartwell Shanks Coleman, Clinton Jesse Hoeker, It. OITerlUR James lloltzclrw. 11!. Talks by pantor and superin- llealy Cash. lliaile VII James Tribble, Maud tendent. 10. Collection ConvjegaUoti ask- Arnold, Mile Ware, Kin Klthenber-(,un- , Knto Hurdlng. ed to take pnrt. tirade VIII Sallto M. Craig, Mao 21 CIosIor song Farewell Chil. vc S. C'cok. Roberta Hottzolau, Anna D. dren), J)a 1'. (lod's Invc luck Cnrtton and Jaunt Hurtle Soiik "Wliut Hlrdlo SliiRS,"liy Wallen, lira l'rlce, Mury Ella alien, Ruth lloltzclnw, Carrie Wado Saltlo Holticlau, Myrilo lireut, .Mary Slier and E Ixabetb New hind. v.'oleomo i:s. The Master' Let-on-u d addrespe, by fix or The Honor llo for the Inst month Welcome school wnh iiurioiinred by Snpt. J. n- l.eona childreWnlllti. Rdwln .Ww. eland, as follows lund, Sarah Catron, .loo lloltzrlnw I'rluinr) l.ucllc Carter, Vicdu 1)111 WalJen. lora Price. Kninces Kisli, Adelaide l'ro-to- r, by It Is Children',, Ijlla C Kane). Newland. vJrnde I (!lnd)s Arnold, .lamea a. The Gem of Days Sallio Iloltz-claliaughuiHU. Mnrjorle Hnlloii, Addison Kinbry, Hell, Pearl Kmbr), lloburt Solo-- "l t. Aiked The Lily l.lttle Joephliif Cooch, hllle lenKlm, Mat-tiFlower" Myrtle Ilrent. I'ettus, ller-liia- n Mneald, Mnrgurct . Flower Drill Itnbvrtii and Ell-eWn K I'uwell Wltheis, Isabel HolUeliw, tlu NwIhui1. Ethel Wairen, (iuy Smith. Muttle Klncald tlMI. Lille Wi.de. bus neither been tiuseul nor tardy Sonp-'A- II S tlio lluppy Child during term. ren."by Primary and Jun.Maty mllh, titade II Vio (Jom iors. I'ettUH. Ida I'ettus, Kdltli HHgh!, I J. What Shalt Give Him? McClure, .Margaret Shanks, Allene New land. Ilreeillove, Kthe! Liuile Waters, 10. Song "Sing of JccUB.Oiir Shop William Tate, (leorge F Farrls, Jikj hurd." by Senior Clas. Ibiughmnu, Jr., Crimea, Morgan S. 1 prayer .! V 11 Day.-Shul- e n .Mar-garel- 22 Pan-n- Mnry Mulloberts, Benediction. and friends arc cordially .Mayme Singleton. Moore Haney, lav lied. Freshman Robert Cartel-- . Senior Jcveph Hopper. JOLLY A RHEUMATISM FI8HING PARTY. parly cf young people In tho CURED BY THE MARVEL OF THE Cedar Creek section, had a delightful CENTURY, B. B. B. 1 FST Hulling pnrty on DIx river last w.eek. ED FOR 30 YEARS. They nte picnic dinner In the front or Mr nnd Mr. J. II. Buste, and Aching bones, swollen Joins, cured through tho blood I lit In u good dny fishing and court-lug- . with pure Botanical Ingredients. To In tho Jolly crowd wore Misses trove It wo will send you n Nell New land, Minnie Barnes, Bessie Sample Treatment Free Amanda llust'e, If you havo bone pains, sciatica or llurgo, iLlllle nnd bliooting pain up and down lhc Ice, Messrs, Arthur Miller, Walter Miller, aching back or shoulder blades, swol- Mortlo Scott, Harnett Heott, lllnlt, len Joints or swollen muscles, diffi- Hurge, Earnest Wnlden, Pendleton culty In moving around so you havo Duna-way- , to ue crutches: blood thin or skin Wtlllums, JnmeA Rogers, Will Kay Uirner. and burns; shirting Oscar Brent and pale; skin Itches jatns bad breath, lurabugo, gout Juan (l.itan, a Toxns soldier died in lllood Halm (B. B. B. which re poorhouso nt San Antonio, Tex., moves every symptom, because B. B.' the B. sends a rich, tingling flood of nt the ago of 10'J years. warm, rich pure blood direct to tho parnlyicd nerves, bones and Joints, MONEY TO LOAN. nlvlng warmth and strength Jut whore It Is needed nnd lu this way county rurms, In uuyl making a perfect lasting cure of rheu On Lincoln amount over f 3,000 Unto of Interest matlsm in nil its forms. thousands of G B. B, B. has made per cent. Term, b years, with cures of rheumatism after all other privilege to pay after ono your. IJIrst nnd doctors nave medicines, llulmcnts money foiled to help or cure. DRUGGISTS mortgage If you are In need of express. II I'KH LARGE HOT-Tl.- will loan you up to 40 por cent ot tho' or by s,T FREE by writing Blooo valuo of your land. For further par--1 Balm cJJfcttlantj, Oa. Describe your tlculars write to a. B. Bwlnebroad, trouble and free medical advice 9v-e- Attorney, Lancaster, Ky. . Hold by Shugars and Tanner. ).-irBo-lantf '5-tf- M,rs. T. J .Price met with quite n TO SPEAK AT LANCASTER ON FRIDAY, JUNK 9. painful accident Friday, when sho let n heavy bowl fall upon one of her Congressman Olllo James has nn toes. AIh. Alex, esh was hostess ill n tiuunci-- that he will speak at Lan handsome ( o'clock dinner at her caster on next Friday, Juno "J, and as suburban tome near Lancaster. The he has a great many admirers in follo-vlnones were guests on the oc- Canard County, he will probably be casion, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Knight, Mr. greeted by a big crowd. .Mr. James and Mrs. C. P. Denmun, Nlcholasville, Is vc'' popular In this part of tho Mid Mrs. O. B. Rose, Bryantsville, State and will doubtedly carry It by RUNAWAY AT JUNCTION CITY besides a number of Lancaster peo- a large majority. Many Garrard conn ty democrats canio over to hear him Junction City, Juno .. ple wer0 Included In the list. Four young ladles who wcrA out " Joseph .Miller, of this place and when he spoke in Stanford a few Sunday drivo had a narrow escape Miss Lhrrstlno Knotihclman, or Cov weeks ago and at that time importun from serious Injury here when their ington will be united In marriage In ed him to fix n, speaking appointment From Lancaster he noil, bocatno trlghtoned, ran away tno city ol Covington at SL John's for Lancaster. expected. 111 "' 'o vehicle church at 8.150 o'clock, a. m., Juno will go on to Paris and speak on Juno may be held in:""" ,,,row lne, The Tournament ' JO. .Misses Mary Hth. Stanford next year and the citizens Tllt' ',,1,nK Iailk' Ktith McCollum Samuel (!. Hnselden, one of the popnre requested to express thmselveH to' 8,w',, ,!l1111 Prof lieland nnd the lenchers. tnat R,,(1 A,lcI l)nPM )f London. While ular brothers of tho Haselden Hard- TO CONDUCT METHODIST MEET ING. tley mnv know whether to nek It bet,.1 biully Rllakcn "P ant' bruUcd, luckily ware, firm Is reported not us well tu",omj ' t,,cm Mnn 8l"UIy Injured, slnco his recent accident In the city or not. It would be a great benellt tho city and school and a splendid ad 'iUc l'0" n,n on a,ul ft.rashed the tip of Loul3vlllc. 1IIB touring car collided withi a street car on Fourth and vertlsement for Stanford to have the' 'n, kindling wood, '" Walnut completely wrecking hU car meeting held tindur the auspice's' (d the local school. nnd bruising him badly, wrenching Delightful Affairs nnd twisting his neck. His brother Joo Haselden Is now at his bedside. J. D. Garrison Another handsome- new monument 'WERE "SHOWEHS" FOR BRIDE-TO- I Is added to the list of other find nnd BE LAST WEEK I'ortinan and tho livery stable occupi1mpelling ones in Lancaster beautiful ed by B. 1). Carter and owned by J PASSES BOGUS CHECK AT Mc- over Tlw pretty home of Sin. T. W. Pen- cemetery. This one Is placed KINNEY AND BADLY INJURES N. Menelce. There has been much 'nltiRtou was the scone of a happy ocltne K.iave ol tho late U. Burton, a OFFICER NEAR DANVILLE complaint of water washing along cnslon Thursday afternoon when hIk. wealthy tanner In this county by his this street, nnd it is be:;eved that a received nt a miscellaneous Khrx.ver sons, Messrs. Kichnrd nnd Wm Bur-pavement, with proper curbing und J. D. Harrison who lias been worn-- ' complimentary to Miss Sa'lie Taylor1'1"1 and purchased of Harrison and guttering and concrete culverts on operator at. Woods, the bride of June Mb. Palms, Wheeler, of NiCholaBVtlle. ItiR ns night telegraph Lancaster stieet nt Mr. Hays' and JIru- - Kuima Kuuffmaii, Morelaud, i ii ii sed much excitement In ferns and u profusion of cut dowers announces Airs. Penny's corners will help things (he West Knd Thursday, by forging a .made n bcviutllnl netting for the fair tho marriage of her daughter Miss REV. ANDREW JOHNSON a great deal nt this point cm Lancas(1. diced; and passing It at MeKlnney hostess, who, In her Inimitable way Louise Kniifl'man, a proficient The seiles or gospal meetings, ter street. mid then making a daring break fori nnd assisted b) Mlssrs Woods, Mjs. tencher in one of il.e city schools in City Attorney Paxton read several Hourly, liadl) cutting an oltlrer who, .Mi.rtha Adams and Mrs. Rodman St I ouls, ic Mr. JOn Shackelford rf which will begin ut tho Methodist ( ott'iubtie, t bio, formerly Rich. thuich, Thursday evening, tho Sth of j bids from Louisville houses for printto an est him 1.011, of I larrodsurg, extended a gras of the Cltv, and the j eious Carrlson forged a check for il.lti welcome t( the uesti. A )leas-It- . ..lid, Ky. The bride is a itpuilscmu June, will furnish an oppoitunlty for ing the ty,-ieverybody who desires tho decpenlug Council awarded tho woil: done by woMiii of 'he blond' '"S feature of the afternoon was n D. Ilnnson, a prominent farmer subof the llustonvllli; section. The check enntest "The Floral Lc;e Story." The .vhllo the rvoom I n rising youn? of his spiritual life us well as for the Interlolr Journal which was cashed by the bank at MeKlnney., winner, Mrs. J. N. Saunders, lecelvedi ' bltect. 7be wc.Mlrg will occur at those wlin havn novpr bean rnnvorteil mitted tbL lowest and best bid. Thursday night was pay night for pnro a liandsoine bouquet of ear- - lhh Chrlst;.i CTiurc,; In thlj city the The meetings will be conducted wlth Carrlson then wont to Dauvlle and ' special reference to these, two sub the city oflicers and couiicllmen, who pin ewised some now clothes and was nations which she presented to tho latter part of June, '! IJ- - Northcott, tho produce dealer jects. Cfcirlitlan people enn come to- draw their salaries every sis months eat-- l rpeiiding money l,uuly. It was soon Miest of honor. The .Mack Lawson was allowed $." tco out the lloral idea, tho ices rep-- has recently shipped four car loads gether and pray and labor for and discovered that tho check was n Rug-'tlopoultry to Armour .t Company, or with one another for the endowment acting an special police nnd other accry and late Hint evening Itotertho, relenting growing lilants. The bridc-- jr .Mr. Northcott does of power for service. Cod wants to counts were a'lowcd by :tie Council. Pittsburg, Pa. was becomingly gowned lu gra Peter Schallor and other Danville of thriving business in tho shipment of bless his people abundantly. Let u ovt-- r chitToii pink uiessaiino were notltied. with llcers como together and expect great EUBANK tflmmlngs and the gifts shower- - pou.tr and eggs. liarriiou was located In tho virile1 things for Him. United prayer will upon her evidenced the esteem In' M'ss Mottle Lee Hubble of Ity ol the Danville devot and Dotec-.eMr. A. L. Wilder and family havo Scli.illor.kciit on He trnll. He which she IB held by her host of,"'", the attractive young daughter bring blessings to nil. Stanford of Senator R. L. Hubb'e, was one of n grctit revival and ivaeii It comes spent tho last two weeks visiting relfollowed Carrlson toward tho tower, '"rlends a lut of S3 graduates nt Hamilton It will come through the intercession atives In Ohio. nt the Southern Jutictioii and encount-- l of God's people. Let' Mrs. Mintha Myers, who has becu l'ho recipe shower given by, Mrs. J. College this year. Miss Hubble ac- end eieil hlni. He ordered him to on Sat' quitted herself mobtcjvditubly In her ua wait upon the Lord expecting His suffering lor tho past two months, but Instead Harrison began II. Woods for the bride-to-b- e from cancer, is well again. Dr. T. J. lUhtiug. Detective Schallor grabbed nrday afternoon was a 'ovely affair scholastic year and was the winner blessing nnd we shall not bo fraternally, Acton wns Instrumental In the hands largo of a handsome gold medal offered to A him and discovered that he curried a and quite n compliment. J. J. DICKKY. ol God In curing her. hug, revolver In his pocket. Willie u- i.umbcr of guests assembled at the, nt- - tho joung lady that would prove tho r ' Peopto of this community and other In the list of leiuptlng to secure the revolver, Har- - tractive country homo at tho appoint ncatt st BEE LICK places also enjoyed the 30th of Slay a number ofi od hour and recipes or every kind students. lUoi. stabbed Schallor . A. Lear, bought w6 two bundled by going to Olivo Baptist Church to ro showered upon th0 lovely girl, tlmea. One gash in the left side ls Rev. John Elder, sold bis farm to spedd the day In decorating the bcok had been pound hogi of Hudson &Kavanougti six incheH long and n luiir Inch dee. A dainty graves of loved ones and worship to There Is n'so a gash, over tho heart. prepared and each guest wroto her ut sftj.tij per hundred. 16 two hundred Mr. E. L. Moore- for $2,000. Mrs. C C. Mrtcalf, who has been' God. Ill other Dock Gooch delivered differ- - reclp0 in her own handwriting. Tho pound hogg or George Adklnson ut 5V& His coat was cut lu twenty-livtwo fine sermons, ono In the forenoon house was decorated with a profiulon cenls, 18 one hundred nnd forty sick, Is Improving. cut places. Born, to the wife of Cyde Gooch, a and one In the afternoon. The young Uurrslon got away from the officer ol swuet peaB und ddlghtful refresh.-- pound porkera trora Ceora D Robin-ladles read several', nice os.ta.vs 'and snd ran .southward. .Marshall Her- nents, consisting or ices, caked and son nt 5Vj cents and 16 two hundred nice girl. There Is not very much tobacco to sang beautiful songs. Wo think thu ring, ol HiKtonville, hurried to tho mints were- served. Receiving with itvl lorty pound hogs from another be put In hero this season. day was much enjoyed by all who aticeiie with bloodhounds but the rtall Mri. WoodH and Miss Woods was Mrs. party at S'G cents. Mr. S. J. Pollard went to Waynes-bur- tended. Those who attended services V. A. Lea,r shipped a .;ar of hogs to Rudolph, or St. Louis, an aunt or the was lust a short distance out. on business. Cincinnati, Thursday. at Freedom Church report a nice time Kdward J. Tanner, President of the hostess. Mrs Reynolds who continues quite also. Lawson and Brown shipped n car MarMeKlnney Bank, accompanied Rev, Eldred is holding a series of of lambs, Thursday to Loulsvilo und 111, Is slightly Improved. DOCTOR PRAISES O. D. D., shal Herring and Joined In the trail Mr. and Mrs. Ashlord Wilson wero meetings at the Christian Church at a car of hogs to Cincinnati tweuty-ouyears of age Harrison is Miss Blucho McCluro of Stanford, visiting Mrs. S. F. WlWon. this place. Although an M. D I acknowledge and red headed. Detective Schallor Bom, to the wife of Wllllo Taylor a Miss Nannie Perkllns Is visltlnu In not his suit ctve and hat, so the red I to patients and patrons that your was with Miss Mamlo llastln. .Mrs. Wm. Bogle of New Orleans Is 0 pound girl. Somerset. headed forcer Is nlso bare headed. remedy, D. D. D., reaches- cases of lieMrs. A. C. Wilson was visiting her Mr. Juy Whceldun will soon have Harrison put In his appearance nt zoma nnd permanently cures thorn. Ms'tlng her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. W. daughter, Mrs. Onia Pollard. his store and dwelling combined, comV WfcorrltL Ira T. Oabbert, Caldwell, Kim. day showing MNedgelllo tho next Q Jorn Rogers sold his farm of about pleted. ' Mrs- - Ashley Swope, of Lexington, Is nlstakiiblo evidences of hnvlng spent "My euro began from tho first up- diiug-aier- , Mrs. Bright ono hundred acres to a German fc Mrs. Becsto Rout, of Morelaud nno a strenuous night, being dlsshelved plication ot 1). I). D. My Bktn is nowa8 to Buest of her T2.650. Miss Mattlo Bishop are visiting at He purchajcd n smooth as a baby's. I wouldn't tuk0 Herring. and Mr. Speaks, of Highland, lias moved My. J. Wheeldon's. Mrs. Mattlo P. Frisblo was lu Hnr-- I tap from Jerry Briscco, the mechnnt'a thousand dollars for what D. D. D rodsburg, Saturday for tho II. 11. C. his saw- - mill to this place. and then disappeared, going south, has dono for mo," wiltes August LIGHTNING , to. or Chllllcotbo, Ohio, celebration. KILuS FEW. claims to bo from North Cur-A PEEK INTO HIS POCKET In I'JUC lightning killed only '(." Miss Sue, Shelby Mason has leturnoliii'u. a several days' hunt. These nro Just samples of loiters After would show the. box. or. Bucklen's people In this wholo country. OneS tho search ror Uarrlson wbh given up, wo aro rotelvlng every Jay rrom gratojed' from a visit to hor friend Miss Arnica Salvo that E. S. Loper, a car- chances of death by lightning ore vVllllo I.ogsden, of Junction City. it appearing that ho had made good M patients ull over tho country. less than two In a million. Tho chance MUa Mary D. McRoberts, of Stan- - penter, of Murille, N. Y always "Worth Its weight in gold," All my bis escape. I havo never had a cut, wound, of death from liver, kidney or sto.u 'rhiiPlos washed nwav by D. 1). D" ' I lord, Is with Mrs R. K. McRoberts. J. Misses Besalo nnd Eunice Prather bruise, or Boro It would not soon nch trouble Is vastly gi eater, but not Tho State Board or Equalization 'ounl Instant relief," "D.D.D., Is llttlo. 8ll0r' r mlrnculous." Thes9 uro tho tare visiting relatives in Blootnlngton, heal," ho writes. Greatest healer cf If Electric Bitters bo used, as Robert tells tho Governor that no county Is burns, bollB, scalds, flapped hands Mad,ien, ot West Burlington, la., provrt ' ""er ,n Scribing the, ill. taxed at near itsi taco vulue. ed. Four doctors gave him up arter 'great sKin reiueuy, u. v. u, miss Jennie Arnold oi uenton liar- - nnd lips, fevtfsores, A plot to dynumlte the rebel leador j Proven by thousands of cure, for. bor, Mich., Ib hero for a stay with rel-- I eczema corns and piles, 25c at eight months of Buffering rrom vim Madero nt Juarez befoie ho left lor ten yours to Pennyls Drug tore. lent liver trouble and yellow Jaundhe be absolutely harui'css ntlvcs and friends. Mexico City was uncovered. He was then completely cured by nnd reliable lu every c&so of skin trou Messrs. S. I'. Grant and John MontTho I C will bullld a U.OOO.OO'J de - u, The Government cotton report Indi- Electric Bitters. They're the best no moUcr wlml u U- gomery of Sedallu, Mo. were week-eni yield this )ear win be stomach, liver, nerve and kidney rempot at Memphis. et n bottle today l Instant relie- f- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Price. i cates that the Charleston, W, Vu., voted wet by only 25 cents at Shugarg and Tanner's Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Richmond ubout 2,500,000 bale greater than the edy and blood puriller on earth, Omy Stanford, ICy, ' t0c at Penny's Drug tore. 610. has been visiting her mother Mrs, average. e " - About to pupils of tho Stanford C.iaded and High School will lenvo on Wednesday morning for Springllcld to take part In the Blue Irass uided School Touiiamcnt which begins there thlil day. Scholarship contests will bo held lu nil subjects of tho grade. and high school and music, vocal and Instrumental and In declamation. Stanford sends a splendid delegation anil they are expecting to bring bi.ck many medals. PrlzcH will also bo nwarded In nil nthlctlc ovents nnd a beautiful pennant will bo given to the base ball team winning the meet. Stanford will play Hards town Wednesday after- noon and on Friday, if Stanford boys win. they will play the winner of lliurwlny's gamo for the pennant Siiriiufiol.l nnd Lawrenccbt.rc nlnv on Thursdny. Tho Stanford track team vhlch did so well at Lexington will laku part and of course are expected In win. Several of tho leathers are going tj accompany the pupils nnd :t gala ' week, nH well as a profitable one Is Junction City, Juno S. Much excitement has been occasion cd hero bv the discovery that a wo I on the placo hero owned by Attorney John W. Itawllngs, or Danville, Is (lowing pure oil. The well wai dug for water some time ngo, and yielded up u fairly good quantity but recently the supply has become so brackloh that It could not bo used for drinking purposes. It tasted oily nnd smelted oily, so someone touched n match to ir and It burned nicely. It Is bald to be probable that the well will be drilled deeper and other shall sunk. Many of the residents of this city believe thnt with tho de- velopment of th0 Immense oil fielus wh,cI' nre n POltlllty. that Junction clty wl" c,,", lnto her own nnrl "- """c lnc metropolis oi i.oyie county and thlg section on the stnfe. Bella Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fox, of Knton Ohio, nro enjoying a stay with their daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. Airs. Jack Adams has returned otter a vult to Mr. and Mrs. Wlllcs Adams, of Mt. Vernon. Mrs. W. K. Warner of Stanford Is with her parents, Mr. nnd .M(rs. J. B Bourne. Robert Smith and sister, Miss Annie May Smith, of Birmingham, Ala., aro visiting their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Soloa B. Kerry. Dr. and Mrs. Ramsey have returned to Chattanooga, after a visit to Uar-tard ST. ASAPH CREEK VERY UNSANITARY REPORT OF GRAND JURY TO CITY COUNCIL, WHICH WILL TAKE ACTION TO IMPROVE IT. A report from tho grand Jury thnt H finds tho sanitary condition of the St. Asaph creek very bad nnd a men- relatives. Ollie James IMSHBE'Jm ukflssssimlissHr ace to tlio health of the community was read to tho City Council ut Its meeting Thursday night by City Attorney J. B. Paxton. A number of people had been before the grand Jury seeking to havo tho city Indicted for permitting tho creek to becomo so foul, oipcclally In tho summer time, but tho grand Jury did not bellevo that there wns causo to flutl an Indict' ment and contented itself with making a strong recommendation that tho City Fatherj get busy which thoy will do nt once. Tho grand Jury suggested ihut the flow of water bo thrown more to tho north bank, and tt U proposed to construct a dnirt above or Just nt tho Somerset street brldgo which will do this. All of tho rocks will bo from tho crtex bottom as it passes through tho city and this In a measuro will permit a freer flow of water. Tho Council referred tho matter to tho Sanitary Commltteo for investigation and action, W. M. Bright appeared beforo tho council and asked that a water table bo placed in the street between tho courtbou&o nnd tho church, as tho church Is about to cons'truct a concrete sidewalk a'ong its sido and a water table would greatly protect tho washing of the streets. Tho construction of several other water tables op streets haying considerable grado, and other crossings was discussed. conThe council ordered a four-focrete put down on tho north sido of tho liroperty of W. W. Hays, J. E. '' "I , .1 H 'I K ' , i . I 1 "4 A wi - ' ' '1 :' a 41 1 i I . d 1 to-b- e Prl Lin-tlv- o ti f i, dtsap-polned.- -. house-keepe- hand-painte- d e 1 - g - baro-hende- - car-rlcs- ." i ,j. vs . V4 i a has returned Mrs. Ora May, Sunflay. Miss Mary Hlgglns Hughes came up from L. WVaten HUSTONVILLE several from Somerset, where she taught a Memphis, Sunday to spend D. 8. Carpenter, ,who suffered n days at home. He went to Lebanon large music clas during the past Tho Marys of the Hrltlth Einplro Established 187 paralytic stroke on tho Irtft side early In tho week, to bo best man at season. to tho a short time hgo, we are glad to re- the weddlnc of Charlies Bohon to n C r. Edwards, clerk at Ihe Wlllard have contributed 60,t'O0 8HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,..,. Publisher port, Is Improving. Queen coronation gift. Hotel , Louisville, was th0 guoU ot popular young lady ot that city Mr. and Mrs. James Voods, of (Stan8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE ford, spent Uunday In our city tho 1 A YEAn Eiiesta of Mr, and Mrs. Kmmctt .Me tutored at the postofflco at Corninck. as second class mall. The Georgia baso ball fans nro slnr ply wild over the splendid pitching of PEMOCRATIC TICKET. Milton McL'ormlck, who Is with tho Par Circuit Judge. Albany tenui In the South Atlantic HON. CHAR..K3 A. 2LUID1N. league. of Mercer uuuuiy The numeroui friends of Howard "Tiist forllio tmU of keeping the Cnmnltz will bo delighted to know present tlmo do record stralgl.t. the Interior Journal that he Is tip to tho on tho I'lltslmrK ing tho besf pitching wishes to call the attention of tho es- team In the National League. fact teemed LoulsWIle Times to the Mrs. Mngglo Rudolph, of St. Louts, that our editorial which tho Times a native or the West Knu ot old i.m. In It symposium on Saturday, county, Is visiting her sister, .ts editorial of coin wn8 not In response to This Is upon the Mrs. Kmmott McCormack. Aluy 24th, In which It calls P- tor IlrtJt visit in several years. people and rress ot the State to see McCormack & Co., our hustling live legislature that the candidate for the stock dealers, lost 25 head of sheep -pledge theimehes to tho enactment md lambs while Bonding at Moroland r-r their or progressive legislation before election we were discussing Its previous pronouncement. In which It had dated and remunerated. w made the unheard of and extraordinary 17S.I OVJli lYWJL Y 6a . A large congregation assembled at demand that the cancldates for Baptist church Sunday to greet tho not only express their platform nnd welcome their new pastor, Hev In general terms, but go 11. of principles F. Surles. Ho preached an able further and submit a bill of legislamany aa e i bkt The Inierior Journal so-er- o REMEMBER THE TOWN LOT AUCTION SALE AT HUSTONVILLE 2 M. Saturday, June in uto ir. u cniH f 1 Oth f; i. ::am Walk-Ove- r ra m -- :aiunLiiiswoiX5tci!iairvr , s ZZtSnr. gov-crn- If a tive particulars "furnishing, definite, well thought and workable plans for their achievement." We had not read tho Times' suggestion as to progressive planks for legislative candidates when our editorial was written, aud our observations had no reference what ever to the Times' later utterance. Before reading tho Times of Saturday, we had written and had In type tho following In discussion of that: g The Louisville Times is now sound-luurges that every the right key. It candidate lor the legislature be com pelled to state unequivocally his posi on the progressive mcaii-ure- s tion to needed are which Kentucky, in tho place front rank ot the sisterhood of States, where she belongs. The Time's sug gestions In this line nro much more pertinent than its deuians that tuc candidate for Governor submit speci fications for carrying lnld' effect tho reforms that are needed. As we have hofnm It f.i the dutr of tntf .1.1 governor to suggest and the province ef tho leclslature to act. Tho. two .lfinnrrntlc candidates for Governor having placed themselves on record ob heartily In faor of progressive legislation, it Is P to the prospective members of the next General Assembly to say what they will do n'oni; these llnm. And every citizen and well wisher ot the comraoninealth should not hesitate to ask his candidate Just how. ho stands on these by the Times as measures, out-line- d Also nice lot and onrtinn ".'several other nice premiums to be jjiven away absolutely 'fMtt ...klfn na.onn vi fli dfOllflH statlCIS a ChailCe St The sign, of Excellence and Beauty.. niw w iVHHv UtC. ouy or noi. tnese prizes wnetner tney The most extensively advertised shoe expressed their de sermon and in the world. Made in all leathers, on light In securing a pastor of such bplcndld nblllty and tho congregation Ko t hand. almost every conceivable last. has cause to feel proud of htm. DlM daV lOY HUStOnVllle, SO DC SUtQ 10 DC on l?,,, Brass Band to Furnish Music .,, OLIVER & TAYLOR GLASGOW, KY. Ijr Seo the big ad elsewhere In this Is- sue of the sale io bo held Saturday Circumstances niter cases to be sure nnd the weather has gotton to' that degree of .warmth when nothing Is more acceptable than "cool treatment" from our friends, especially when It takes the form or frozen For all such coolness on Bwectness. atternoons like Sunday lait, youri pencil pusher returns many, many( thanks. J. S. Carpenter or Mt. Salem, has cold his property to John McKlnney and will move to Tampa. .Fia. O. TW. Glvens, or Bradrordvllle, bus been visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. C. Dinwiddle, of Shelby City, have been tho guest ot llustonvillo relatives. Mr. Abraham Newton will open up a grocery in his hotel building in a thou time. Invitations' reading as rollows hava Icen received by a number, or tho joung men or town: Yourself and com pany are cordiality- invited to nttend the opening ot the New ilcll hotel, at Liberty, Ky, Wednesday evenln?, June the Setenth, Nineteen hundred and oleten. Dance t to 3. Hefresn-ments- . Floor committee Joe King. Mnnnle Dillon, Floyd Wright. Dallas Kule, Maurice Humphrey, Je3a Her-teJames Cowden. - Tan, Patent Leather, Vici and Calf. $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5 the pair in jow or high shoes, button and lace. You can not beat them and we se riously doubt if you can equal them. i Jinanrirr THE LARGEST BANKING NEW8PAPER IN THE WORLD Nrut Jnrk May 26, 1911 Lincoln Ky. Co. Stanford, Gentlemen National Bank, 'k H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. "We aro mailing you under separato cover, an advance proof of the forthcoming National Bank Roll of Honor and wish to congratulate " Commissioners maintained at thu dowa the throat of a. erIni State's expense. The abolition of tho itnd on chicken, destroy the wonnt is open to you to and isves the chlck'i life. contract labor system. The employdrops In the drinklnc A few water cures and ment of the convicts in tne building prospective. of roads. PREVENTS DISEASE 4. The overthrow of the lobby by For the treatment of White Diarrhoea In chicks turkeys yours, the uso of the Initiative and referen- aad Blackhead and other diseases In can be accomplished In no IOUNOH POULTRY CURE MS NO EQUAL dum, If It THE FINANCIER PUBLISHING CO., other way. One 30c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. 6. State inspection of Stato banks. By 0. A. Hazen For Salo Uy Uulted of election C. Popular NEW STANFORD DRUG CO. States Senators. 7. A primary fqr the nomination of all States officers by both parties, the expense to be met by the State, the poor man, to be git en an equal chance ; with tho rich in offering for office. 8.' A constitutional amendment giving the people tho right, if they so desire, to revise the tax system. 9. The removal, by law, of the peace otllcer who fails to protect his piisoner, Tho Times then adds most truly: The one and only time In which tho neoule control the twllUclana' ls when the p&lltielanB are dependent on the one-ha- lf iteoole for nomination and election The one and only time In which tho nonnia have the uower to exact pledges In before domination and election. T"e man who goes to Frankfort .unpledged (s free to make his own terms. 'The man who goes pledged canuot escape responsibility If his There lmve pledges are violated. teen strong forces at work in both parties to keep Kentucky Illiterate, her roads unbuilt, her prlsonB tne richest spoil In a system ot spoils, her taxes oppressive, her elections the Railroad Ftftt, t"l "tore will continue to prev or the powerful, her lack of law NOTICES AlthoBh tome torc havo discontinued to rebate end order a byword for others a curse Store and receive your Rebate. do 10. Come to the to herself. Strong forces will be need od, to right these wrongs. The Times as a Democratic newspaper belloves Uat the Democratic pross and tbp peoplo or Kentucky possess the power requisite. As a Democratic newspaper, it calls on them to exorcise It, before the power Is taken rrom i them by failure to act. 1. State aid for good roads. 2. The right of the counties to Issue bonds to build schoolhouses. 3. A bipartisan board ot control for tho State's penal Institutions, appointed, by the Governor, and approved by the Senate, In the place of the political machine and lobby now constituted by the Board of Penitentiary follows: ONE ftOP BOURBON POULTRY CURE you on the fact that your excellent institution is represented thereon Approximately there are seven thousand' five hundred National Banks .. . in tne united Dtates. jusb io.s.1. uuilcdh iUnv . Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When titled to position on the Roll of Honor. This statement reveals the distinctive charactor that Roll of Honor Bank's possess. It is indeed an honor to be numbered among such HsfS sterling institutions, and you will no doubt appreciate the opportunity your friends impress the fact which pat-ron- s, present and Respectfully nliarmacUt so it will bo compouutlctl exactly ns directed. We have gained nn envlablo reputation for always being very careful and palnMnklnK In our compounding nnd feel that, in nil justice to your own uood health, vou should bring your next prescrip tion here. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display ol toilet nrtlcle. rubber goods , soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For Interior decorating we carry and reeomraand ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and sec samples of tints and ask us about it. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. your physician h.i pre. scribed n mciliclno lor you to taVc. the next Important tcp i to have that prescription placet) in the hamls ot a thoroughly reliable and competent President $1 5,000 Trunk & Bag Sale MONDAY, JUNE STARTS wiMiiiiiiPiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiititM. Stanford, Kentucky 5TH and ?ag factory purchased from receiver. Over 1000 Trunk and 1000 Bags of every description will be placed the usual selling price. on sale Monday, June 5th, at about See Louisville Sunday papers, June 4th, for details, or write our Mail order Department. Entite stock of Chilton & Guthrie's Trunk We Want ANpLE ri Produce J-- '! A.N D"a WOOL, HIDES, FURS, 6ALT, LIME, GIN8EN0, FEATHERS ETC. DON'T BE TOO aENEROUS. with tho cement, lime, etc., you net from us. IlPmcmber tnat all our build Ing materials are tnucn stronggr than tho ordinary .and you can thcreToro use less than ordinary quantities. If you llko we'll tell you Just how to mix them to get the' best results nt llio least cost. Come in and nsk ua. J. A ALLEN, StMftrd, Ky. H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. . COME TO LOUISVILLE Fares Rebated Until July 1st, At Our Transfer Desk In Cash. Spring Suitings STEWART DRY GOODS CO., incorporated. Louisville, Kentucky. mniiiHiiiiiiiii iitiiiititiaMiMii . My new sprint; and summer samples aro now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the best on tho market ) cau suit onyono as to prlco who had Wtbrti 111 position to do all kinds of eon bis clothes inad0 to order. A suit oretlug, such as lllock Work, l'itToienU made to our meastuo is preferable and. iu fact, we can make any thing from nous down to a fence pott. We can serre to ready made clothes. To have tbum 70a promptly and auarantet nrstolasi mude to measure doesn't cost any work and material. Call and get our prlovi moro than ready mado whin quality tefore you buy your material at least. and fit Is considered. Com.V In and let me take your measure. H. C. RUPLEY, Tno rractlcal Tailor. Stanford, Ky. CONCRETING , PHILLIPS BROS., Jr-i i a: II. Hustle was quite III aeveral PERSONAL and SOCIAL days Inst week, . . rwv"u If r( 8, T. Harris went "P to Crab Mlfs I.llllc Iluitta Is vliltlnR her sister, Mrs. 0. M. Hmlth, near tho city. Orchard Sn'lurdnjr. ....-- . Mr. and Mrs. CleorRo II. Karris, nnrweii anuimi unu barct, lofl Saturday lo vinlt Wolrl attended tho funeral c Mr, ltoherl .lOnt Mm. H. IC. llournc, of ICmlnenre, F.irrls at Danvlllo last Friday. .Mr. Welati Kochi'itcr wont uti to Mil, Helen KwlnR, or Montana, MlddlcMborouRti. Saturday on builnut Mlnj I'atsy HatidalV of l.oxlngton J. " ' ii;i - (.. 1 Mr. J. U William i, ftithfr or J W. aio Uniting Miss i'.llzabetli Jnckson William, of tlilri city, wn culled to Mrs. I.nura Hundley has returned Uantlcwofld, Vn., In tlio txriidilo of hi I Kim Lexington nmi tnken rooms In I brother Pr Jonah Williams, tli( flats over Pent n linn' store. Mil Mnry Ilacklcy ban returned MIhh Mnry Morrison .Mntheny, who homo from t hno City, Va , whrto hns been vlslttnc MIhs Kate I)aln iho ling liml clmrRO of tlio Art Depart-tnrn- l Itmiii), of this city i edit nod to her In Soullisldo IVtnalu InslltulP, homo In Mnywood, Saturday. I for the pnat winter went Mlm Annla I). McUouurts, ocr In IincastiT to Ult Mr. Joiin jdcltoborth durtaK the Street I'ulr. limb Or Kountiilnu l'ox Uobbllt, i hard' liunoiib attorney, returned I om) .Saturday. Mrs. J. I' Nc.il, ot lltistnnsvillo. Is Helen tlio RiifMt o her nieces, .M and Martha Maker, at their homo near (iriindtiiolher Land" l llraiir.oii. from her recent full. News Sam I SpauldlliR upcnt last week I Mi ,u V.tonesbur; .he Riieat K KerrMI He had ri nrlilorV' .Vnr Cured by Lydia n. Pinkham's ll.ie IbhliiK while u the South Kill ol I.lncolr. lie woe ticcoinranlcd lv Vegetable Compound Jellies McCivrty. Pound, WIb. "I am Rind to Mm. Sanford Allen, airlvcd lust that 1 have, been cured of dys veek from MlllerntiurK to attend tlio pepsia anu rcnuio entertainments IioIiir Rivtroubles by your modi ol no. I had en her sister, Mint Sai:io troubled with WViod. and to attend thu marrlaeu both for fourteen years nrwl consulted ot Mla Woods to (Inner t Ander. (II ire rent doctors, hon, of Alt StcrllnR. which takes place but fulled to pet any Thursday afternoon nt the Haptint relief. After uslnff cliiircli. I.rdlaE. Pinkham's Vegetable- - Com- - Th cnniplug party composed ol Illood Kund andcan say I Wallace SIliRleton, Harris t'oletimn. Hill, James Owsley, am a well woman. John Water, Joe I can't find words to cinreM my thanks .Hid Howard Newland, came in Saturfor the Rood your ruedlclno has dono day, after spendlnR seeral duys on roe. You maypublUh this if you wish." tne shnrcfc of I)lx rher, the corup Mrs. Herman Sietii, round, Wis. Tho known as 'Camp Starve" The success of Lydla K. Pinkham's Vepetablo Compound, made from roots bo)s nre all suld to have had a fine and hsrbs, is unparalleled. It may bo tlmt used with perfect confidence by women Mr, and Mrs. T. T. OovinRton at whosufTcr (romdlfpLicernentA Inflatn-matloulceration, llbrnld tumors, ir. tended the closing cxerUeb of College in regularities, periodic pains, backache, tcarlnR-dowfvelliiR, flatulency, indl. this week to wltnekM the RrLduatlon Rtstion, dixziness, or nervous prostraof their daughter. Miss Tommlo Colo tion. For thirty years I.ydLi K. Pinkham's l'oiURton. Miss CovlnpUm was tho VcRi'tabln Compound hni been the botior Rnuluntc of tho class, her stand atstaud.ird remedy for female Ills, and i InR of 117.7 belsR the IiIrIicmi nuffurliift woim one it to themselves In. give this medicine a trial. ' tained by any student of this to at least llor colIeRe career wa extnior I'roof is abundant that it has cured thousands of other, and why should dlnarill) brilliant, and Is a matUr of it not euro you? the cleciM'ht pride to her nian rein If you ivnnt sjicclnl nil vice write tlu-- ond trlends. lll'il DOCTORS FAILED TO !. HELP HER 8 Ix-o- u Tulr be-In- R n. n n eer Iltu-tio- s Klt-iiui- nd Mrs.l'inkluini, Ioii..'"nsMforU If 1 4 fnviunl:ilwalicJiiful, Strawberries aro very plentiful and SHORT LOCAL NEWS was tnken Mwy selinx nt SO cents a Riillon. quite III suddenly la.t Thursdsy, but Improved now, her mn Is somewhat lunula Llniiey, the expert llnotyplst. HAIL For $10 per sore I will In. friends will be Rlad to know. of the Dnnlllc Advocate, came over Miss Hattlo tlrccne, or I.eilnRtori, Krtdiiy nlRht nnd proved n Read Sam- sure your tbacco apainst lots or Is visltlnR her aunt, Mm. Tom flood aritan by helplliR the I. J. nut of n had damage by hall. You shou'd have It. hole. Kdltor W. V. Rlchnrdson and R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168. Mid other relatives here. H. H ShtinkM, tell oer a tence Dr. T. it. Orlflln, motored over with Mr While Iho Masons of Lincoln roun-- ' ot his home In the county and badly him. Luckily no bones ty are, primarily chnrRcd with the brulMMl bis left eye Monday duty to furnish the picnic d.nncr to tic Circuit court reconvened were broken. Hill Spalding, at Ixmlsvlllc, was nftcr n two day.' rest. Civil cases nre i;end nt Slanfod, Juno "i, to the .cry large gathering of their Irlends, hero Monday with Mr nnd Mrs. Hull-e- j on trlnl. Mrs SpiVrilnR .ill whom arc Invited to be presont, IHII nnd fninlly. The no cream nnd straw berry sup-- I jet Ihclr ti lends among thu utilnltlal was with her father. Dr. IM. Aleotn per of tho iJidips Aid Society of the etl, will he allowed to' share with and family nt HustonMlle. llnptlst church will be held at the them in tho privilege or dispensing Mr. nnd Mrs. H II. I'utnnm, of ol ohtirch Saturday ovcninR Instead of LltHolu county hospllulltv in tint nre reccMnR conRratulatlons st)lo. "Kveybody'a their ninny friends upon the orrlvel Friday evening an was previously an- tn.e Kentucky Don't forRct tho dato for a rrltnds will be thijre. ot n hoiinclnR baby boy In their home nounced 'I he mother was before her mnrrlnpe, splendid supper nnd a lino ilmo will the popular Mltfi I'wirl Biirnslde, o' be lind for only 15 cents a plate. SAVE HIS WIFE'S LIFE . "My wllo vvcuild hnve been In hei ntunford. , Owing to the rush of advertisements: gnivo today,"wrIteg O. II. llrown, ol Miss Amanda Itustlr was In town Snttirdny to lmc a erj painful boll end live news nt .i late licur, the In Musiadlnc, Ala., "if It had not been stallmcnt of our splendid rontlnued for Dr. KlnRb New Discover:'. She on her Jaw lanced story "Alias Jimmy Valentino" due was dow n in her bed, not able to get Mi j. Klliali.Mli .Inrkton dcllRhtfu entertain last Friday ccnlnB nt her today, had to bu omitted It will ap- up without I el p. Sho had a severe homo on Danvlllo pike, In honor of pear Friday, however, and from then bronchial troub e and a dreadful her Ruests, Miss PnHj llandall, of on wo will endeavor to print the story rough, I got er a bottle of Kiug'i ' Montann nnd Miss Helen ICwinR, ol i" cry Issue until It Is completed Nc DIrcov cry and she toon began Itifreshmeiits were servLexliiRton mend, and vvus well In n short Dps-JiA hirpe stock hnrn of Chnr'es had a nlio time, ed nnd ceryon (line. "Infnl lble for coiirjir and colda In (ho Ottcnhelm taction, burned IH lucre were many couples Irom Stanthe most reliable remedy on earth ford who were present. Among thou down latn Sunday afternoon. Tho lire lui d'isper.ite lung s.oiu.c, bemor were, Miss Kllz.ibt!i HISrIiih and Mr caught from an unknown inusc and ,rhiu;es, iagrlppe, n Ihnin, hay fever, Lester O'llannon, Mirs Mary K. Mc pooii consumed the barn and every 'croup nnd wlooplug cough. .'Oe, l 0(1. many including It, In Kinney nnd Mr. Spnldlnfi Hill, Miss tlunR (Juatan:eec iy I rial bottle free hny, implements, ttc. Penny's Drug Store L.ic) I Walton nnd )lr. Wes ty Km tnrmlnR Ini'JDO Knsslln carried hry, Miss Josephine Carpenter nnd Mr. on the barn and A. C. Sine received a cbecV last Mr William YeaRer. Miss MaVy M surance tho old reliable Continental In- (wcck for tho 12,000 insurance carrlw' UrlRht, Mathcti.y nnd Mr Morrison Mii, Elllc IlnuRbman and Mr. Ilnrr surance Company, represented by W. by the Lite W. U Land in the lodge I Uurdette nnd S Fish, of Stanford. cf Maccabees, and turned It over to lielnhrnt, Miss Sall . l'lb widow. Prompt payment. William (Jrlmie, Mesfrs. J T Mr HER WEIGHT INCREASED Wilkinson, Thurman K. Tudor and George P. Drlght makes a salve FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS. Urt I'Mlllps. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hcv nout come ronie that will euro white swolllng carbun Sunday from IOulsMlle where tbty Wonderful Praise Accorded cles, bolls, bone felona, cuts, corns, were married Saturday The Conner-Jouna- l Perunathe Household Remedy also vrlro cuts, harness sores and a said of their wedding: on ylur horses. Gunranttcdj Mrs. Maria Goertz, Orients, Okla- scratches quiet weddlnR of yestirday arternoon to cure. 25 and 60c a box. homa, writes: was that of MlsB Jennctto llaUlo O. J3ot 19S, "My husband, children and myself 'Phone 2ti and Mr. llecrly Ellis Itout, have nacd your medicines, and we al- P. o'clock at ways keep them in the house in case of which was so'emnlicd nt I awn mowers, hose and sprinklers vlip home of the ride's parents, Mr. necosslty. I was restored to health by Rev T this medicine) and Dr. Hartman's In- - at Geo. H. Farrls'. aud Mrs W G. Dennett. The People ask M. Hawcs. pastor of the HtiRhlind r valuable advice and books. Only about mo from different places, and aro Carriage painting, rubber tiring, Prcsyterlan church officiated. all my house- and repairing at prices you the Immediate fnmily and a few surprised that I can do wasof can't beat cured by tho work alono, and that I friends were present Tho h6use dec- doctor of chronic catarrh. My husband anywhere. J. B. Ely, Junction City, orations were ornnRe blossoms, pink was cured of asthma, my daughter of Ky. carnations nnd ferns. The nrlde's row n caracbo and catarrh of tho stomach, and vas cream chiffon, mounted oershell my son of catarrh of tho throat. When J. D. bteenbergens sells, builds, reand scales at roctt not-opink messnline. She carried a bou- I was sick I weighed 100 pounds; now I pairsprices. adjustshim for prices See heior weigh 140. quet of raalden-hai- r ferns tied yon buy. Address Crab Orchard, Ky. "I haves regained my health again, and white ribbon. Mr. and Mru. Rout left cannot thank yon enough for your Hats cleaned and rebleckcd nt Cumlor Stanford, whre they will make I advice. May God givo joua long llfo mins and Wearen'B. their home. nd bless vour work." MIhb . Kennefiy Cntarrh Cannot tie Cured uid tourail nmntin Mini clurrn riT Mkni to. imt rl ilirmif upon IS kxmi tnn mimw Tffr iuii c'ltarm Cur H mi iiutrk mnli-rti m prrtmbnt hy kiw e in twin pftyaiiiint to UiH muntrr ( r "rt rrrilM prrwnrtion. It M rnmmM ol lh Imlni tnnwn. romMnro wim llw uh blood piinnt. dirrrtlr no tha mocmin Tli prrtrtt mmMnntiwi ol tM turlam two hfflknl M wht prtiur(i nth wonorful m ciirlnn raurrh fvnd for lrtimonii. trN'. KoM br nrufll, pfko . IUII iltmllr W! for tonitlnttloa. Wllh IXXM. AITMCATIOVS. IK mil n( (tif (Vittrili H dKrtM-- . iM in cirdf w cur mw, lhr nnntt ttl r tnbmnt murt ymi of ber iathT-ln-law- , Danville last week f 1 J. B, rar.li, at after a IcnKthy lmT tuberculosis Sho was well In Lincoln county and Mr. Farrls, who lM a former reslaVB. ot Lluco n has the sympathy ot u UrfiO number of friends In hlo bcrcavmenL knowu Ti HnrWif Knocks Rheumatism Proves SlArtling Success. Oaar&atetd Absolutely As To KeialU. f i Asap-.- i For Rent-- St Hotel; newly equlpiicd with furnltiiic throiiRhout nnd In splendid shape; doing n money making buslnoss. For particulars to J. W. Acey, proprietor i'l-- np-pl- y Wedding presents nt .Muollcr's cf W. S, Fish w ' represents )iily nclil rienoslts which nst rnmnlrlnlv of uric h" bcn nolvil, ni rttpumntlxm and strongest insurance companies. rnuft stated by mnny chronic sufferrs who Let him keep yu .prowstsi. tf have used It, hy tlieitiovel rmely cull perfected alter 30 years of d exnnuxiive tci. Its unique notion Ir mr of the fca The star field nnd poultry lenco tutcn wlilcli moit name! tho uttn Washington red rciUr nnu cypress ahluglcri nt yoi'r own price. The Junction City Lumber Co, Junction City Ky. ,(M. AT ERRIBLC CLUNDEr. te Tho problem of rhMlntc tho system it 1 , 1 I j to neglect liver trouble. Never do It, Take Dr. King's New Life Pills on ti Prat sign of constlpatron, blllouhiicis or inactive bowels nnd prevent virulent indigestion, or gall stones. 'I hey regulate fiver, sftnaeh cud bowels nnd build up your health Only 25a nt Penny's Drug Store. Mrs Lclia Mcrcrir.n Farrlfc, wire of Robert G Farrls, died nt the home ? (J Hon - F? I con-tent- fl .l '3 50 & Ktfp..iTi Hen-Jie- 30-2- 4 H -- BETSY'S POINTER8 38-1- "What has become of the old fashioned cook who ha1 something on the stove that would not be done until day after tomorrow? But promptness governs the day. If you want up to date groceries you immediately think of Cotfey & Coleman." Try a "never fall" kerosene can for days If not the best you ever saw r used, bring it back and get your, jLoney. That's the way we sell it. Phone 196. nt the sjtfertr uelnK It ifnllko nny other treatment of 11 hind kuwn. It produces rrsults er "bIkusIs" hy which tho patient has- kern aLln to clearly foretell the complete eradication of tho hns been remarkably etlc-tlv- e In every form of rheumatism, n feature which Is extremely unusuul. the liwrt. C W. Ilmen, M. D one efOklattomi, phyalelana In Sromlnrnl htn (dtrrao In treutl'lic rhvnmaflam, pfi)f. Tke rmmrm for IttlH ttni wrre oIef-M- l from I tie Tnrloan chronic fnwtiH romnouly hftonn lnenrables nutl nil bate TlelOetl to Inmi of the l I treatment. Convinced t&at Ike ffcrre are no InearuM.) wllk farata ef the diaeaae, I am nonr reuJr to ataka mjr profcMloaal vcpntallon on 7 abllltr to rare all fernut of vrllb lata trcalaint. The beet news or alt for the rheumatic la that a.i , te results. la ulnpularljJfree from any, oorAtes'Or donjrerOoa- - druB of our acrlptlon. and la easily asslnilutcd) by! ine weaaest sioraaen.of tha wonderful! , Full exDlanatlona on rheamatlsm, Iohii action or baaro, nout and neuralala, are pachel with every bottle, lleicln taklDK a', today, ,aad you mayl bottle of safely drop every other rheumatism I treatment you may now be taking;. Gat at your rirngalut at IIjOJ' a bottle. If yooare mtlfid with It. su yv will be, ret 0 bottlew lor fAOO. and net ild o your afflletlon. If your dmrtlet raiuiOT apply you. It will lie aent on receipt o( crieebTthe llstllolne S- o- nil itn. roln Ave Ohlraeo. in. The lint bottlo tjlU, , BUMV,;!, WMV.MV Recommended and Sold By 7 llcn; 1 l rtxu-aiatU- Bi ,., ' ' 5J COFFEY & COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery, v.. shugars & Tanner. 'I d Stanford, Ky. J ' t . FACTS AND FIGURES iMiiiiaui . llHMliK' It has ever been the policy of this store to state plain facts in regard to the merchandise they sell. The fact is we are overstocked in some lines of goods and we propose to cut the prices deep right now when it will be of greatest benefit to our customers. That your visit to this store may be of even greater advantage; wfe offer some attractive values in very desirable and seasonable goods. Below we give you the figures of our special June offering, beginning TUESDAY, JUNE 6th. Colored Petticoats at Petticoats Miscellaneous Tailored Suits line of Suits Fast Colored Giughams Wash43c. , . Our customers tell us we had a very attractive this Spring and the fact is we have done a phenomical business in this department We will offer in this June Sale some very great bargain at $9.75, $12.75 and $15.75. Good time to buy. Better grade of Gingham Petticoats at 69c Krinkle Gingham Petticoats, 98c. II' We will offer some irrresistable bargains in these very serviceable and sensible garments. The Skirts alone are worth the price we put on them. Look at our $1.48, $1.95 and $2.95 Suits. Wash Coat Suits Wash Skirts If the Remnant counter alone was the attraction it would be worth your while to come to this store to do your buying. The goods on this counter are the best we have except for the short lengths they would not be on the remnant counter. Remnants of silks, woolons, puedes, ginghams, lawns, laces, white goods, ribbons, price. etc., at about one-half Remnants Ladies' and Children's Sailet Hats, 25c to 98c 200 dozen Ladies' full Bleach Vests, tap neck and arms, - 7 . All . .25 and $1.56 LongSilk Gloves $.ijo Big fWe of Fancy BarasoU, 25c to $5.00 .; All kinds and qualities af Fans at 5cto42.00 , 3 ?Ac,Xd, rastyilwrM Lawns l-- rr 2c t T 44S Floor Covering At no Vme th" seaMU have we had a beller lne of Special values this month m Moquetts at $16.50 to $25.00. 2?x54 in- - Splendidly made Skirts of Linene, Poplins and Linen in white, and checks at 98c to $2.50. tan Me v. Shirt Waists i' Waists, Trimmed with lace and medallions Pretty Sheer i- -. goods from importThere is 300 dozen in this l6t worth 5c to 12c yd, We .will sell it in dozen yds. at 3 5c a dz. in New Val York we procured these Lace Bargainsour While roomsize drnggets. Brussel Druggets at $10. Velvet Druggets at $13.50. RUGS DRUfcGETS r er who was going out of thu lace business. at 79c. f r White tailored and embroidered Waists, at 98c. Black lawn Waists 48c and 98c. Wc have a big lot of siugle pairs Lace Curtains left from this spring selling'that we will sell at about half price. department is a snap for you. If you dislike to sew, our Wc are offering special inducements in Ginghams, Lingerie and Silk Dresses. off the price ot any of our ginghams, Lawn or Silk h You can take Dresses. ready-to.wear Odd Pairs Lace Curtains one-filt- Vclvet Ru S1'25- 27x54 Moquett Rugs $1.65 36x68 in. Moquett Rugs $2.98. iThe failure of a Chicago Carpet House enabled us to pick up a big shipment of Cotton Chaiu and China Mattings at a big saving. Extra fine China Mattings, the 25c and 30c kind at 21 and 24c. 9x12 Matting Rugs $2.98. We will offer choice of a big lot of Skirt at $1.48, made of good material which is worth what we ask for the Skirts made up Skirts Low Shoes Fashion Says Pumps and Straps arc the thing. We have them in Velvets, Satin, Cravenette, Suede and Patent. Special value Black Cravcnett, two straps, the $4.00 kind at $3.00 per pair. A Make Your June Purchases At This Store and Make Your Dollars Buy $1.25 to $1.50 Worth of Reliable Merchandise. --SEVERANCE & SON mm JBfWllll) JM"31 Oxfords Atyour own price in Tan, Oxblood Brown etc. THE FARMERS l'OSTKD. Knthcr Leo, W. 11. Farmers King. rnmmer Clothing LiftAgain we call your attention to the beautiful, Snrnh Martin, Kretl llnndorf, IX three-year-ol- J. T. Martin, 53.50 value, reduced to $1.98. $3.00 value, reduced to $1.60 $2.50 value reduced to $1.57 $1.50 value reduced to 98c Lot of old styfe at 50c ts pair. This is strictly a cash proposition. J. H. Sp'tr i.m: tin, Jr., at I.oxInRton fair eowg by high. The gale of the herd of Btruy bull coino to my lnce April 10th, tt roil Owner can Rut oanio by paying for keep nnd thin ad. M. P. Horry, iNeuj'a Creek, Stiin. ford. Ky. .M Kor farm Rood, duelling, large barn, mnall orchard, woll fenced plenty of wutcr. Rood land 3 miles troni Stanford Ueo. V. Luna-for&. Son. I Wit Vj McCor-mlcNo huto one scond-hanniniler for salo cheap, In first 44-class repair. Pence flrus. & S. Montgomery has on his farm lb llubertton count, corn that was planted tl"e latter part of April, and f which. Is now two ahd feet 41-Sac-Mmrd 2 one-hnlDiiroc-JiMsny Save Yourself From Heavy ing By Using A Hand Tailored Garments, we have just received for ' MB Wi Jl" ' Mil tWW rkkwkWY' iSJL t & it xikwEk f Pence Bros II. D. MarKiounda, Sf. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Stanford, Ry. Hot Weather Goods Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers I Screen Doors Screen Windows, Fly Traps, Fly Paper, FlyiKillers Cylinder Oil Also Harvesting Oil, Gas Engine Oil, Polarine Oil for1 Autos, Filtered Gasoline, Etc. Screen Wire head sold at un atcrago price of 575.-7the top price being U'1'0. Soven-yea- r locusts arc said to bo; due to ravage egctatlon In tLc Kast-- I era siaioj iuis summer. The vanI.ad nary reaching 100 degrev In th guard of Invaders Is reported to have ever paid for a Jersey cow. nppeared In Alexandria county, Va,J Viola is tho mother of Noulp of Oak lutein In all three cities Heat rec aud Uio prediction is made that with inU.i, and tiie $22,000 paid for m ord for ten years in Louisville were In. a week or so Uio "plague." will bo pair exceeds by $b',000 auy price here- broken. tofore i.atd. lor a brace of Jersey cat President Titft rcfuited tn allow a common. il,ui Committee to eii Mho got J- At the sale of Jersey cattlo held by tic. The Haggln piirclnito ni made b 4."c oi the people's mone vhlch una T. S. Cooper nt his Minion Clrovvo farm at Conpersburg, near Allcntown, l'a. l'rof. M. A Scovell of Die Iixirliiiiiit hpent for n portrait of former Secrc taiy of State l).iy. J II. Haggln bought tio king of (ho lilatloiii herd, "Noblo of Oaklands," for ?ltv 000, the record price for a Jersey bull. stomach tnbletg end Indigos Sundav Is said to bae been the' hag ex Uoa. They atop belching, vuurness. To top the climax Mr. Hnggln nn hour hottest day Linmin later paid nnother record price, secur-in- lelenreil In n, long while. Scleral heaviness and heartburn In tUo mm- (J L Penny guarnuteei) "Lady Viola," the queen of tlnj thermometers in tov.r registered them, herd for $7,000 ngalnst Fhaip compe- high as DS. Loi. sxil'i ed with Nash I.'M.' boxeb CO cenTS. . a vllie and PhonL. Ar cna. as the bet I tition. Thru Is said to bo Iho highest pn CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK test place In fre ( i.:.trv, the me. .Ml-i- ui to-jntg Folding Transport Hay Rake A Great Labor Saver. See It At wf wsl I Warm Weather, Tans, Greys, Greens, Blacks, and Blue serges. They do not cost you so much as other clothes, yet they are better, and can fit any form. Call and ask to see something new. Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. For nj'e t..' 2(V- - luclnnatl, O.. June S. Cattle, IS- - head; market quiet; falc to ood bhippem S.'fiS&sS; common v. Ke-uip- ts Hot Days - . UecelpU 2,(jS"; umr-k-it (.nippers Jii C"ill; common S4JJ0 S 'JO. Shee l.e elpts 1 market slow and lloAfc ri stead); hutcbrs and :;; , W. H. Higgitis. Stanford, Ky. lower nt St ."'Jtr.ro. Jiff 3.60 rLY Limbs steady NE.75 lfl' Panama Hats Soft Collars NEGLIGEE Mohair Suits LOW SHIRTS y9 v "The Best in the World" Everybody Get ready for our As the bride led her friends into her cool, spotless kitchen, they broke into a chorus of approval. " Well, I am proud of it," she said, "and proudest of all of my stove. It's a New Perfection Oil and I think they are the best in the wotlcL They toast, Cook-stove, Silk Socks FOR SUMMER DRIVING RED TAG SALE Which begins Saturday, JUNE 3, and lasts 10 days. L. L. SANDERS. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. roast, broil and bake equally well really to perfection and the kitchen stays much cooler and cleaner than with any other range. This stove cuts my kitchen work almost in half.' ' There is no wood" or coal to carry for a New Perfection; no ashes to clean up. It is ready for use as soon as lit; out at a touch of the fingers economical as well as quick and convenient. JVePbreetiort viiikWiVii: &ffig tf, i( IS M! livquoMT k4ue with 1 . 2 tad 3 tmm, with fMtaeJed chMODn. Uwld ibrrxurSo". Tha wrtU cW- the comfort or both lorses aud dm ers should bu specially considered by securing a proper outfit or lap robes, blankets, fly ucts and othor necessaries from our complete assortment of horse Roods. Here, nro llpju, but strong and durable, single nnd double harness, admirably suited to load nlong with n lull lino of worl: harness of the best quality at Hat prices. pur-iwse- SHOES at LOw PRICES Cummins & Wearen, w'ohoU ft Lmc4 lop, vrtuth u fittoi frop ahclret, towel ritu, etc Utalert cvf Fw4we i or wrtf for tcripbve CMtuur ! iko teinrt mc - J. - C. McCLARY, Stanford. Standard Oil Coaipaiiy (tncurpurt3 .j j, - Fresh Oysters SERVED. IN ANY L " 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. CURES Cholera. Gaoes. Limberneck. Roup, Canker, Poultry ;s" oE; Diarrhoeafcrand all Diseases of lliut It bttl uied Hiff 14 f of )reu ul Mm KtW BirMt. Bwitowm. KrM MTU ,"l ""tMwkwi0'' poiltir inttKlr mtt. llcurMP draponl dmrallx tall ci a an JlCoomtt, Bwdrtowi. Kf:rn On diop al Rmvw .4.1 lliith.blpTtn..l hnrciiul. cUcitaUlitlMWonBuditlwTatlMcMckiuuailr. R f Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 Vf K STYLE. n 1 Nig. Md GBsraiUcd by J. RobL Crume, Btrdstown, Ky. Price 50c at all Druglsti. OLD BY PENNY'S DRUG 8TORE S 1ANFORD,. KENTUCKY. $TSnF0RD Carson's W.A..CARSON. PROP Tf)G BGST 02G&LS - in Stanford, Kentucky. OLIVER CULTIVATORS I !- - VH Restaurant 0? JT. H. STANFORD, Baughman & Co. - KENTUCKY. Banna's Green Seal "The Made-to-Wear 1 J. L. Beazley & Co J. Undertakers and em. balmers. also deal. ER'.IJ.FpRNITURE. TINCS, RUG8. MAT. THEY WILL FURNITURE Paint" two-third- You have tried the Plows and know C. McCIary, f iwbW.v. P. 3US$ KjssRiEnsik J.'-- t "k you should be in the If you expect to do any painting, you are interested quality of the paint to be uted. s, material In any given job, of painting, labor represents practically the cost d It standi to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality one-thir- their good qualities. The cultivators are equally as good. We would like to explain the good points to you. & 9. . of the paint is sought? is Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the Job all important. Wi n How it one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended upon for durability? ThU paint ha. MANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. Hie makers have confidence and take pride the composition of the paint. IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU ? ..EXCHANGE the printed formula on every package. in the quality and tell tfie public FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. CIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE BIGHT. XANFORD, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER KY- - IT OUGHT TO HE, CRAB ORCHARD MORELAND KY ton L. . ALK BY STANFORD, KXNTUCKY.OHlce L. &ANDERS 'Phone 167. Horn 'Pboa GEORGE PRUITT' KY W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY.