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The Stanford interior journal: February 2, 1912 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912020201_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: February 2, 1912 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. " v V ."- Fyol. XXXIX NO. 10 The Stanford Interiqr Journal. STANFORD. LINCOLN COUNTY. ; ITF.KDAY AND FHIDA .KVTH'KY l'MIMY, FKHUUAUY 2, 1011! KVF.in HUSTONVILLE TEMPERANCE RALLIES Walls in the local court fur bis pari CASWELL SAUFLEY IS WEL DONE. MR. HELM COMPULSORY PRIMARY LAW 'lu '" ''l0 "mUer, I'"1,.., w,lH exonerated EXONERATED PRACTICALY OVER THE COUNTY BLIND TILERS HERE uvlc tllu Alms I'li.a II. Itout linn returned Dill known. IS PASSED BY S0L0NS. flcts Says Louisville Times of Work of 8th Pope, of Danville. I,co wits convicted of this offense. UISITICI L0n(jreSSman. Both Political Parties To Nominate KTiFiWee Judge Mencfee And DcilUtViMr. Tale and the friends of Walls I nr.ll XlnM Will Rl Rrnrlm.nnilrri hut. from u viml l. Mr. mul Mm. Mnirrnn Prnmlnonf .Qnnntnre Am Dnlnn U.orrl .. . . . M' Mumi left for Lows- Not Lowered in Rank Court Against the Saloon Entertain- - I , tile no thoroughly colivmrcii oi ni.s Their Candidates In Primaries MVftM Get iu$v and snow ' t ,,1,u "l ''ri.lny to b0 with Mr. and Mrs. L"trthe Louisville well done Mr. innocence that Mr. Tate took Walls if ment Here Friday. Findings. Thv Tan Rn fnnniwl In August, Hereafter. mm, Times tells how jjm niul one of the officers to Danville 'h0 lancoln eounly congressman had Mr. V. L. Tanner, of MoKinncy, in his nmmnobile no that lie could go Tho House. and tho Scnalo of the Washington, February 1, Ensign passed through heie Monday en route 'v flod " temperance, oratory b had a very laigo part in saving the Completely refuting the claims of on Walls' bond, if need' he, though being poured forth over Lincoln coun- - tuxpnycrs of tlio country something Kontucky Legislnturo passed the com It. 0. Snufley, U. S. N., of Kentucky, ( i;iliMburir. the advocates of tlio open million that ho was satisfied when h left hero pulsory direct primary law Wednes3O,00U,O00 has praetieully been oxonenitcd of a year. Wonder Thomas Newborn wns guest of bis ) tlii.4 week, and nest week ,tho ,,k Wild tigers cannot bo diicn out of that he would ho nhlu to explain the the serious charges under which he ,1(,t.r. jn,.. Newborn, ut Stnnfoid hist beforu tlio election, will beo it M'mt fc0"1(; "f his detractors will snv day which means that every nomination made by u politica!,party must titanfonl under no license conditions, matter to Commissioner Luwwcll and was recently d at the Sunday. continued. Ncurly every minister of '" these words. The Times sas Walls release at once. bu mado in primaries hereafter. Both Deputy United .Slates .Marshal, A. J. tccuic Norfolk navy yard. Secretary of the Well Done, Mr. Helm ,ir- - (,lmrCs Jones and liandsomo the Gospel is on the stump pleading y Coleman came here from Danville Navy Mover overruled thu M. f VCWciistlc. Ind.. are with Mr. for voters against tlio saloon. A Tbo report mado to tlm Ifnnsn .f tho two leading parties uro comLITTLE DAN CUPID pelled this morning, and arrested kcvcii men finding which iccom- jconrt-martijrw, Oonrge Uillock this week, number of prominent coloied speak- - I'eprcsentntivcs by tbo Secretary of upon to nominate their candidates tho samo day; tho officers of mended a loss of three numbers and and women, most of them negroes, will b0 heard ut various plnccs Wur, recommending the immediate Charles Adams, Jr.,. is suffering ' Week election mid tho entire control of charged with selling whisky in dry H.itl Busy Time Here This 'a reprimand. The loss of the limn- frm ,,l.es oi, tho tontils and is wver the county before election day. abandonment of eighteen array posts the election, nrc in tho banda of ilu Several Popular Couples Wed Deputy I member will not be imposed and only in (, i,.rv serious condition. If territory without licence. Mrs. Frances L. Iteauchamp, tho und thu gradual elimination oi others . County Election Hoard, r.s tho recuuir Itiio fur llitt l'iLji if fltw. V3fnrshul Coleman mado his isit to Mr. Tom Ashlock wns in McKinilcy famous, Y. C. T. U. lender of Lexing- - until the total i.s cut down from forty November Little Dan Cupid, the Clod of line, i elections. Tho state pay wu i, - ,nw.... 'Stanford nt the instance of Police . .. ton, delivered three splendid bpecches "i'm to eight, is thu outcomn f iln. with friends Thursday. . !" ... i. ' all tho expenses, so that tho poorest r ' Judge John .Menefee, Jr., who has mill a rigui nusj nine iuhmh i" 9 . ... . f 1. iti ilm ll'nu t i i nffftrt M'litJ ttinlf fit llin Vnrv !.:.. l .!.!..!. ti l...l mis . ci;iv, ... I. .' "!. " Bj.e.ih" ui uiei iicprcseniuine Helm, ' "' " " '""I'liy was ncro lor (led . been doing everything in hit power ol to monin, nn.l Cnmitv Clerk Ijl.,mrm,nt , limUo 10 Iiu,llsiimeiit' ing "t llustonville, Morcland and of Jvcntucky, has been engnKed for man may become 11 candidate for of. fito without having to put up a big ,,,. (..- - ,, Ji,,. Friday. U. Cooper was kept busy handing ....... i( w. f. .. -- 1. .: ... to break up tlio liliud tigets, willi i.ilf.... .uim, v ....i ... ... .....!" ' ' ' "- ...K.11 iri nig bUUIUUIICO I ,,,V ""'""-' .. " .. entrance fee. '. 1 jirocticiilly no and mi- - out the matrimonial license J Dim I.I anie lo lim ynmi;: ollicer. ....lie lo.yi with nciilc rlirumutisin. of Expenditures in thu War Uetiart- Crab Oichnrd. The law provides that the pri iler many adverse circumstances. ot the most popular jouiig coupies 10 .iarj,ls un,I(.r wlich l:ilsipn Sauflcy Some other speaking appointments ment. Mi. A. J. Adams has returned Horn - ,.. ., , .. , maries shall bo held m August each .... 1 ..... i,..,.,, ,. . .. .... ..... :.,, . were taken to Dunvillu Monro permission 10 wen were uro lrili The prisoners ihe Helm Committee has held jenr. This means 3 !.. ' that the primary ,....,..:.. ur.,muiv npP,u, rnl,,;rs ., ........ n will crllctcr, and Miss h1la May hpnnk in tlie afternoon, where th'-numnrnits and exhaustive hearings ut to nominate in Lincoln tounty for .. jenr old., 1.. 111,,11i i...: . ...1 ... .1... .. ,i. t..r.....l.. iw.,,f ......: fi.ii.i liuve hearings before Commissioner les. The groom is the which Gen Wood, tho chiefs of de- I lie county offices will Im hi1d Aus-u- t ,,,, ,,,., Llf,t AV. W. Law well, and he held to uwait w.iioC Henry Hester and one ol nit j,i(I(,(! , .lre(, ,(V )( ( Mllj,t.(,U(,llt & (, (nin ,irtu (oMviL. llwn holse Fri,,av Fl,,J tJ partments, such us the Quartermas. 101a, while tho primary in ihi .nout popular young men 11. the coun- , , , ,,.,. ...;.,., ... 7 nVInL- - V i. fcj i)st the action of the Federal grand jury. ters i -- ' ' ' 17.1 . I.. Ili ...... ., ... '"' """ ."' J o. ........ h - Speaking Saturday at 2 I. M. on niid and the subsistence deimrtmcnt cit.gresMounl district will bu held this w, ... l.ri.l.. ij I... I. A, .1.1 li. .. 1 10 co orj,.r0(i to stand uv u imn.U uii l. tvi.....i tery aiTious condition. scoies of other officers in a no. ionium August. .iiiiittiiier 01 . ue. .. mn. Of I In. iiriooiicr. tun women. Mat- - jear-ol- i December (i. when the . ..... .. . Mi iv- Alhe Stngg was pict of Mr, (tho street, if weather will permit; if it ion to peak with the authority . of II.c bill passed in both Ilmi'v .11er securing license W1N nB,0l, tin White and Kate Kout, were in .pnnwe. if tin. Viiiiiiin . L. Carpenter last week. j not, in opera hou-- e. '.uiiwicdgi', lm appeared as wit- - without a dissenting vole, as both eilnosilny tney procecileil 1oitl.l(.S here tho local jail, serving out $100 fines Mr. and .Mr. It. L. Ilorrv were Uev. Cnt .lolinson will speak nt .iicsses. The hearings have been con-tlt- o panics were pledged to its outlet -the homo of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. j .rtigiilinr oireuinslances and 4U diij- -' senlenes fncolored Christian church Satur- - ducted without ilourisli of trumpets weie Sl11.1f.1td shopping Satiiidny. t.ieut. , rview. ))V s,.,.liirv nr- - TIioiiis.oii, the lHttn- of whom is a vrhiskv heie. The others were Little Miss .J,,y Taylor ,of Dan- day .'!rd at 7:.'10 I. M. llcwill also .of the accomnaiiimont of brass baud :' rested ! the Murtlml after his arri hislei of the bride, whore 111 Hip pre- - ,,,, t wa ville was (he sucst of her sister, spoiik nt the white Christian church trimmings. They lmve had as their p.,,(l ,, ; ,IH ',.IK(.. DO YOU WANT A DAILY? ,, 1,. . 1... ..;,i,.11.,i. ,1,,,, ,i,.. val. ()ni im"to man. Cliuilev limit b- - once of 11 few friends nnd loved one- -. :,n.,.i Mr. Jauios II. Vowell hist week. Sunday tit 11 A. M. He will speak object the increased efficiency of the when limy were iiiudu htioband and youiig oftioer had verbally reported ....II...1 Hi,. "ICiutr" W. 1). Iluiiii spent several davs at ut .Moieland Fnion church mi.u. ul... I,,.. Sunday army in time of peace more effective Here's a good offer for those In- hv'f' ul' the Sliiiilor.l I1l11.1l tiifor fiiili( !in1 fitv Mni iinovii HUH'r 111 lint - lllVTillVFII-- t IIL .... 't: 7! I iii.ttli...!,. ..r IMI1I1 the needed repHirs to the captain of Stanford last week. a HU3uii v'I'Tt Iwui.,. IltllO tT .' linn .I 'hosier Wilson, aged 17 ami Mi I,...- .., nil .. ... managed to g.t away befuio the! tho Norfolk navv ar.l a short tim.. .. Itov. Sns!..v. - ,.f ,.,..,,. ,1..1iv..r. 'i,...! Ml.. M,.,..1.,. ii.t .1 .. ,.,.,. ..... .irui.'its.'fi iTi.,.iiriiri.r.. "nor .0111 nai bscribers who want ........... I ' .' .!,.... i ...?... . HJFl I It U good only to ir.,,i,..i m,.i... ..rri,...r ..,.,,1.1 u..i 1.. lliirtiett. aaeil only lit, wen Ild'orc li.' ll'l'l'hl l nlili'is. In .'! iiii.li.i- - 1.1 , -- ,. .,:!, . kill. mall. n.l.li... ..I li... It.i.'.li.l 1. ,1... : . 'I'll...'.. 1. Ill 1.,. U.,..,il-,tl " . ,,m "n 'c '" J- ,.,.,, , , , lire.,.,, and ins.le one l.y y,,,,,, , liiin. K.iuliuiaii was servini; n HMVlpniML, ,,. w,rfit..(lll C(,()) w,H.k , ,,r "1 '"S? w,apI nidi'. ,h,tillRuU,hcJ .l ' i.pprovc.l however. Wecangetthe " ( term in the loenl jnil for lm ,tl,v. iJudec Iin.ley ... bu Tl.11r-.ln- v fl,r im f llivil n.iH k chri,- - l...-- e. lc i.islit. 1VI . S.'.,o,ts. the biy!r- l"ls"Uo l I '"it.K chuich .Smubiv utcniiig at 7 tho.o will be 1. social mectin- - for! In ., snen.l, ,w..n.K hd iiltPcH tr.nr ,!..vi ... "'filiate attention. i 1... I. w,v . KvM.,n.,.io., ,.r H... Ilid,He by the o'clock. ;,;i,u J'r ,,e colored people and nddress beinu--' Chairman tere. Jailer Dink Farmer Im VT statement ,1'. Mary Slemo.is, an at.mc- ,.,,,,.,. T Kentucky Governor's und Mj j , j. l:. Woods. r U.i,. ,i., ! m( using linn a a trusty, iIoiiik wo rk ,ps,(i 1C 'lBan'1 n lk.,llm.tl ,,' W,s "' ... .T.i L-- . "I!" t.ve widow, secuied license l.ete ni.,1 (1lk. slH'c,al l'ot:ket .,. .i,irt.. .;ii ,. the streets etc , and imt knowing ,h,. of Mis, Ites.ie If if fo Monday. 'Danville. fonwlnli Whil,. Ihi w.. .!- .'. federal ot fleer had n wnrniut f((r ,,!, bad ...idge l.ai.ey t,e ,.,e ..up- - lnm, ,, irn.it.Ilt , lmilt(t Miss K.lringl..,i desire, . e,- l,Pl. A. W. I.aii, colored, a spit-..-fectcl bv ihe elimination of useless TT"8 I'1 showing "l ,i., lIH,.J1,tiy, it was explaiiied pic her thanks and apineeialion o did temperance orator from Lovi..- -- limsts , llauKhninu, the Jailer allowed hi , t tin knot. . ,"nl tl... .. r ....i!. '" ""' ,r- "I Ihe X.ivv Department that tho of- - Ihe friends who , kindly n.iuistoicd .ton will speak at 0.10 of the Tumor;- - .snob posts as are neccss rv ,., r , . go to the postoffice to cash a money , J,"",;H ,lan""r' ' JL,ec!" . - A,l" tu,,,,s vouthfuhiess ntl inexperience unto tier in her bci eavement. tirtlcr, mum tiller the arrival o t im, ..uiir lucKM.... ..... u- -, .t. ., " "" Ior vill el.urehes Saturday . "l .' ",e ?' Feb.ivid.. ,..!.., r . . . ,.,...,. l", ,; u.ni fclMlnlf ,,. ol Kowlau.t another just a little better and .'. ;wcll esteemed widow ,.:.. :.. Mrs. nr. tark,. N ..::.:..,, .,...'., ,,. -- .nn .,,.,.. ': '"'.." officer here. Itaucbinaii fnilei ' "' . 'I " ' . . at only a little extra cost: The daily ,,T. "l:cr"lle U1,.. !how u aliv more, ami could 11 . 1. weiegranted1.eei.se to wed. Ilu be- - ,,, f ,, lni. . in Tllll ...w.v.. ....,...-- . v.. ...... ou..- - Miunii .". .l"T" inai. in llie nec- - iii!..i.;ii. i,y me laci .. . 'uij: the -- econd nmtriiiionial v.i,.w i.... ""." "' .1"u u ..... 1,..,. ....-M- ...,, .......... fiiiiml imwiliero when ilu officers i.' ..r ....... .1.,.. ... ,,.i,..,.i1. l .,..- - .Mm,.. ii..n7i,.v .. s;...i-.w,-.- Jl ... ....o .11.. ill 11 .v. M.. and at the opera ,etary of War's report, that nrfi,;l ...v " 11 ..........1 I tegnn to'look for him. It is believed for each. "' r""" "" j en r, ine uosmopon- eduesdny. i sign Stmt ley fur not taking his com. 'uro torn short time bouse Sunday niclit at 7: fU 1. M. 'ueeiaros th.Tf tli ii1.n.1nw..ii nF tl... . . -col-- ; iiiuier jmiii. aim .uiss utuiiie mlllj , kpi wl,n ))r),slinf; tl, Loui CM. Will Iturton and Oreo.. He will sm-athat he lius gone to join unite a I I?" n,nBa',W 'x months, and Oood nt one of the colored 'ri - l,.. .i . llnilKf.l-nnn.MH.., . it- - ... 1""""1 "" Aln,...;.. ut., . I' -, vnv ol exiled Mllllloul tiecroes. IIOi."ii.iiii. ill ri-- - ih.iih- - imm noil "lie vnJ ffi,.i.,l ns was no! hi.... ua.iicr, 01 u.ncasier were nt churches nt M o'- - tl... r,.st ,,f ...;.,. iiu.v "'..." r 4- -. e nt 1 011 can't miss it by get- Si- by Jtulgc Ibiiley 011 January 'J mi ail !nnn Iiavc l.eaiy tines imposed bj Judge) ...... feeling well". Tli,. i..un ..ffi ...it Hotel Woatherfo.d Thursday for din- - .1,.L-I ,, these. .Hut don't forget these of AhVit I'ndaetl. aged and Miss .... ,,:..,.,.:,: ,,er. A" Mcntfrc. hiinsinu over th.r headsi,..,. ..... ,.... Ule ........ :n ..ai '..,.....,!.., ,lllo n . . sll ,:,,,.. ..... ..... . iuw-junl a ,)0SIS arc . weie married . "-- "".' WI1U3H HUH J. It. Dr.ve, of r.rndfoidsville. wns , .......1- - ni il... r.... ..:.. UL'....-.- . 1. ... i. .... . for violution of the local option :tora I'adsett, " raised tbo ito of hi superiors. It ....j ii.ui ... icii unu ...... numoer win oe tule- - v i""" " " scriptions to the Interior Joumnl are tin presence of a few' friends htatutcs. developed during the trial ll.i.t be was here Monday. Il.lstoni-illSiinrinv iiti.lit. quate to uiiard the Atlantic and l'a- - paid up in 10-t- f. advance. The While niul ItolU wonirn weie l'c. CauuouV on the 'Joili. .Mr, r ranees K. Ileaucluuiip of, In the Kast I'nd the speakers ...id cific coasts- to provide so ill that ho had to bo almost car- tin efficient convictisl in i'olico Court this w.'ok lied lo the telephone und s.ippoitcd Lexington, spoke lo a bnuo crowd heie workers are also very busy. Judge system of from posts ELLISBUR6. 1)V Jlldi'o Menefee. tesli- - CITY SCHOOL HONOR upon iMoiubv evening for the temperance 1. D. Colyer and fi. 11. Lyne will situated on interior lines by others while talking. and for A number ROLL FOR JANUARY. moi.y of Lull. or llavdon and John ftom Mirrelatiil The action of Secretary Meyer to- - cause. Friday night nt Mount Olive purpose of tho better instruction .nf Mr. and Mrs. William Gadberry, of Ixing tkit they bad bought tin booze " '""'c over to hear her addles. diij met with mearty approval in 111church 011 the Ottenhcini pike on the National Guard, a saving of $30,. Morcland, visited relatives- - here Inst , ,, from them. Doth men weie tirioste.l u,,,,,,,, s: in- i;ii riiiii'n. in view i.eii saloons and blind, tigers and 000,000 annually is by no means uu wcek' ' FIVE DROWN IN PULASKI for Items ilr.nil. imd .ludgc Menefee litck, tlga Cameiiinch, Ktttheriue of the eiicuiusliineos, will not be Mr. Wood I'etcrs will sinj; a ten.- - extreme figure. The resultant bene- Mr. and Mis. Gadbeny, of Huston- demanded that I hoy toll where they Kineaid, Alary Louise as i.. any way iu.juiing l'u- pernncc fiimpaiun song. Doio- i' wth friends here. fit to the nrmj-'- s efficiency is in- - vi" Stone, (Somerset Leader.) bad .scouted the uhiskv. They, at my 1 riuuie The tempi-rancMrs. J. It. .Rcynlcrson of Danville Viiiiotte eiitcrtuinmcnt at calculable. ra., Jiiuici Ms'ii Sunt ley-- , sliiiidiug. The A sii,l nociilent occur. ed about one first di'inuireil. but Juilce Meuefou J'umoii. of the final disposition of the opera house at Stnufonl Friday, At a time when there is much talk is visiting relatives here, iuforiihil them that ho hud two jours Ihe ca-- o was only made after tin milo above Worlov, on South Folk night promises to bo largely at- - about Kd-Miss Georgia Murnbv is visitini? in llratto 1. Kiilheriiie ltiuee, mul iW iii;..ti..iis v uen mo p.opi,. weie ntten.pl- - tended. It will yet to servo 111 olfu e.iinil would keep be given bv the l...!?. of its ,,r,.,.ti..n 1..- - ..;.l Danville 1. Ilaughinnu, Krtuices 1'i-- h, Ade- most eaiofnl consideration of i.ruc- ' theni n. jail for thai length of lime, laide I'ro.-loi- , ' '. all the high oflieials and of- - "' ",'. V'T" vr '''hin'ii of the Stanfoid school, Washington. Mr. Helm's plan of re- W Agnes. Sams, of Danville, has '." " l'liu Cook Itiiuov, . 111 if nioessaiv. to make I hem lell. They rriillccs Tale, Itanso... Molloe. iiimtii unity .,,,,1 jh )0 u.,uu.,.t.( ot the liiivv. )V returned home after a visit to the versing the system commends thru dis'ided ll.i.t it was llie putt of " '" ' ,m'.- H,,e ( ombuieil choir of the churches of to most favorable consideration Kiisign Si.iif.oy his owt. family of Dr. W. J. Murnbv. '". "" "'"" 'irinle .1. Joseil..i.e (ioocIi, Cathwisdom to talk niul said tliev had ' Mooting to land the boat struck Kvcryoue i.s invited to be town. Miss Fay Peyton', is visiting relaerine Hii.dx, i.ueiio Ci.ttor, M.itlic It. defense befoio the omit martial and iKMlsht then whiskj fioni the two tives in Illinois. Kineaid. .Mingle l.j in., Mamie Hut- is said to have handled his case very swift citrrcnl cupsi.ed 11111 siiiik in- - present. EUBANK negro women. Mis, Mary West, iiiost u.stautlj. TmIV wi i)r ,01,kin at Turners. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Copppage who chinson, Addison Itch, llcmj ll.tith-111111- skilfully. There is some bad vcuther down Another ol the piiuiei tnkeii lo i ll wits positixelj stated by Socle-tin- y Clarence Dohb- - and Mi .Mary Y.incy ville nevt Snn.l.-..t have been living in Illinois for.sev-- , James It.111gl111.t111. here now. drow-t.cWill, alius ''Itooker". luDanvilli' was Ltobbs was .aid lo Meyer that 110 charge of cow- weix' Iter. V. G. Montgomerj- - will speak 1!. oral years hnfve returned to this secHindu vieorgo The 2Und of Mm ray good swiiumer, and remarked ilnrray, well known at McCortnnokV Sunday itfternoon v;ii:..m s birthdayJanuary was Tom tion where they will reside m tm Gootgi- - F. Fat-ris- , Jou Grimes, Mur ardice, tts has been reported ut vuri- - ll and the people of r selling drinks voo oonvv-tTleaving the bank that he was :.L times, was placed tigniiist !. M ; jUose giu-ittfutuir. Mis. Coppagc is in very po.rr MeCluro, Smith, t if whisky to Abo Oum. a tob.iceo , tur.iui me DiKit wjiN going lo sink,! j(,,v jj r. riiriit um kiwiu- - nr tm Kubank gave him u .surprise dinner health. 'ii .. lute, Luetic Wiitci-s- Tbel- - young man. He als0 dcrlarrd that. and ' " "" . thai if it di.l I, l.i. iiiiriL v.iim-- .. .. . cuurt'ii Minanj An "n" jyojfer. lie whs lite.1 in the p.ilieo ma I'o well. w .,l.l I ho ; eoubl worst that ; be ctiarseu Muster Kuget.e Spragens has been iaiiis Kev. Combs, of the Methodist tHorniiig and vourt here Wedut-b- . i t nit irving io sn,. in.. iw women ... o.-i(Irado 1. Sam Craig, Frances i'giiin1 l.iisipi Saufley wto. delay m 'ehurch Jilted his appointment the sick with 1a grippe. ...... I.Mltlr.. U'.sl I ft .. ri . . fJDi $10i,uiid.iriei. :iu fluvv in .up! Cormiuej, Mary Hill Ourauiti, Sophie officiiillv und'seeing to tho tlL!irll's M.'tVrt:... Mr. W. A. Spragens was in j" i "' "' ...'"1I1SOII, Ol I.OUISVI IC, '""'V Siiii.l.iv ii. 'tauuttrj. Ty a jury, vuoOhv "H" wi pet. ding 1. v.- ..t ivpuir his boat nspiiivd. Ho was veto ivscued by bvstandei-- ,. Monday. Saundei, Daisy Lunsford, Sadie u good school ut TV... I... . ,, .. '" n,i . .... ........... ,...., iH,. til. !.... lltt.tWy rrnmurv .. at 7 I'. M. lie MiiIhimL "lo tying- p,w.- , 3iaiot Wm rt,ii I nolo Sam step-p- t Wearen. i..!.. , mi this point by officers of . ot ,.,,.. v. u. ij.,11 Mr. .Tame. Coppagc is teaching 11 ...... . nlk-rt. .. .. . ... . . .. t to Ii'iii. Major A. 'ho department - llmi ,mj.s, uiM-ttc wim the Itidillo making it heavy and ensv lo lock, .:.. ins., kih-iiat Wisileti, Ituchel Oriidc .. rurkCkiilKoni. Y.ti Thompson live Ihe """7'l'"ih senorn at 1. fnfrtit vfn- - Compelled to rinit Hill, Tholma Fiances, F.lizabeth Car-- n"" his first individual command, mid Mis Ynncy was standing up in the ncsday Feb. 7 ttt 7 P. M. at a church and has 11 nice enrollment. tb 1iwl fin UL'iiiusl the prUourrs Immi.I when the bout struck the enriTiit near Jumbo, ThuiNday Feb. in charge of Mr. T. A. Itoynicrson was in tor, Caivie Davis, Man- - Deck. Tildeti Ihnl he had only ; MW s.u,lh fi)l0(.h beU,.r , ,hU Lcfnrc Uicjr Ci'.iilil Ui taken by the .. .. : . ... ........ .... ....I .. I. ..If she losing l.er balance, cnti-e- d the I I'.... ..I...... .. .... .... mi 'business, lost week. ",m" "vtn writing. i.e..... .1... liOmitv nmvsl.,.1, which brd.d. ligur- - u"l,rr' Ik:. to dip. MARKSBURY. jr. .Msth, Pitman has moved to Mrs. Dcnzil Gitdberrj- - and baby tug tbiit it would Im- finvni" to tbo I'l Mtl'MU. are visiting relative near Tuniers-vill- e. sinking, however, the..' Mrs. West was a widow, and Jim Parks bought of Susan Sutton Dayton. Tennessee, llriid.) tl. Nancy K. McKiuiicy, ity of "Stniilord t lui. I neb- - Sam of orders, und lmve four children. The other two a cow for fjHO. Annie l. Powell, Fninces Hiuliiy. bad broil ' lie". Gurhuid Siiiglcluti ninde u U)iug the Is ul ol the piisoucr ii. will vi lc youi'g people. Alice Taninie, Clatcnce SinKleou, ' ' I'"' lh' that the ,lindrie Kellcy U 011 Ihe sick list. sH'ccli on teuis'rance at Olive 11 jail at Danville ratior than the oily AN EPIDEMIC OF COUGHING. A1110I1I, Leomiid lUllaid. he given. !l Was pointed out Joe AMridgo litis been visit- - days ago. uy ing il The taken II00111I HER HAIR GREW Claiborne Walton. Annie V. Craig, tluit had he been tin n.iler office-.-' ing hoi patents, .Mr. and Mis. Ham liulo Perry Payne died last, week in the over weie incurccratcd Grade 7. Ilenlv Ciish, Joe T. Km- - "illi more experience ho would have That's Why a Thankful Woman Re- - of All. IlelnIrom paiulysis and his remain weie Is sweeping over the town. Old und Danvilli jail, .Inrttf W. S. commends Parsian Sage. I1'1! ' without I .piestioning und " Kei. .Mahaii went to Ml. Hebron hi.d to rest in the cemetery nt Lit- - "uug alike my affected, and the one of tho besi hi tbo stale, came bry, Mnlsy Grimes. Nellie Wilon li!l e. taken his slmiu is pnrliciiluilv hard on little oOi Salimbiv to fill his niiiiiiiiiliiii'iil nt hank G. L. Peiinx will sell you over hoc with licputj Marshal ( om. lliutwrll Shaliks, .lean I'axtoii. The ro-- 'i of tho nffuir only ndds boit'e of PAKISAN S(1K mid g.iar- - that placi j Toin Williams, of I'uhmik. ha gmie children und on elderly people. Foltirade 8- .- Maude Aiuold, Jesse ,'mim mul tissisi. bim in making the I' ihe long list of poor uiiluugiiii ul tnili Hooker. cj's . llout-- .. and Tar Compound is a M- i- Sue llourne. duiightar of Mr io Danville to woik. 1 damlrul't'. slop 0 it to irrests. .... . . . that wl.o , tailing' Coieiii.ui. Miuv "r somelbiiig nkiu to .... ... i ... .1 llie Mlliiluy school u( the .Melho- stile mul relial.ic cute tor all nlie ...ocj iiis.uu-i- s ...1 c ling sculp, or mm .trs. .iinoioe nomiu- - 1.1111 .11 r t mir and 10 fan iiii.cn delight ful hair Dis..i.. ot Lnncisicr, druf to Dan- - disohiiieli is iloiug fine this winter, cough und colds. Contains no opiates l.iyio ltni- - S. Cook, Mary M. Kaney, Sullie Mills bus fol'owed the Xo folk .yard fur money back. Il' Nille by the oflioers wore sumo time itiist. .Mr. Hud Tartar ha rented Jay Shugiir k Tanner. 1la111s, lllOssill" Hint lllllkon hair lustrous villo one day hist week and woio nia'-lie- d r.ett. Puttie und Clin. ley Craig. Mn j ii.e Singleton. Snuf'ev is on boitid tlio mul fasoiii.itiug. Sopho.iio.e, Kl'le Ilaughiiuiii by Kev. Cecil Cook. Tho liup-p- . Wheeldon's farm for this your. 3& 'Ariiistiou,;. all col.i.td. und Maker battleship ICmixiis, imw in Guu"inii-miiiViclor Xcnl bus rented Mr. Hud up your lines and telephone. louplo have iiiauj friends heie "In tjie spring I wa iccowring Wal's, n well known white farmer, (jiiiuoy Cuvmaii, Itobeit Curler. Cuba. fiuuniHvelv George Keyuohls 1ms the switc! Tartar's farm for this year. Junior -- Hurry Heiuhail. svlin is emiilojoil from . on the farm of o.io of orjsipel.is, who offer coiigiatuliilioi.s. ''uiidfi' iutet". W. G. Tilfoid is clerking in, Dr. Ac- - bourd of Farmers Telephone tit Milie has bad I.' whieli loll me viituiillv bajd oil the Jolt. .sou Speaks sold a pair of Senior.- - Iliiuis Coleman. Clnrciu-II Tale, one of the most frreiloiii to go ni'd eoi.io. but ha lint front of my head and next to my woil; mules for .tjII'O mul bought lton's store. banks. prominent fiiruier of Lincoln coiin- been permitted lo the du-!- '( wii'n. The hair kopt coming out pair for 1 10. Tom Kutliff is going to Illinois Mr. Gomley's baby is doing fiuo'i J. V, S. Officer seemed Ihe HOW COLD AFFECTS i.v, The that ordi.u.rilv fall to rapidly and nothing I ncil stopped Unlum-on- '' THE KIDNEYS. ha been right away. He litis rented his farm, this writing. Mr. Morton Walls off the infoi ii.nl lot. agiiiiisl Joe Hogue bought the lliucs farm Mis Hcttio lievuolds is iitleiidiug Avoid taking.'. cold if your kid- - hi'i. until after lb'' colli my gelling eutiiclv bubl. iniiil I us- - lu.gciing at the point of death for court ict t here of 1. veur or so ago muttci' was closed. I Its of Sage, several days, mid (heie is not n shad- - uiid moved over ther und stayed n school nt Kub.ink this winter. PAIHSIAN Cold eoiigiH cd two but )u connection with n. case in which it i'l,Js 1110 seiiHitive. iwoei.. no men moveti nacK unu lie tiro. Ttitonl ol hiHiaul.. Itlii1!! h's Ibis tonic iniulo my hair siutl to ow of hope for his recovery. va chaiged lii had hold whisky In lho kidnevs, throws too iniicli work visit appointment Sunday tit the Hupti C4Rn PFTUnf'KS v Kggs are a eoiuiuoditv in "'"l ho felt like ho was on grow in mul. in I'ml. gicu me a good upon them, mid weakens their ac- n W'i utiimd Hill Shiittou. At the .. j. , hilo over there church, lint it ruined them idf out .r... f .l- .. wuiin .... ..1 . mm.. a.n.o .. W. I), pemm Htllll-- I """ ii.n.i- - 1. Mr. Wiehain 11. l fair amount of hnir. mul it ht' on this pait of Ihe country, uoiioie lime Willis slioweit plainly Hint There was a social at John Singh- - S.uuhty night. who is elci'khig in the Mnrksbiivv' ion hud given him some money to 'e.t Ilrighl s disease inity result, tlui inanv fiiciul who assisted so liivlv stopped my hail' falling "til. . ... rtil.-ti"-.vtrs, s.v King und Cabbie, 1ep1.it m naiuvuiiyi nigiii, wtiu a .Maltha tioiin litis ieliirntl to I Il is with pliuure thai in colling the loinhsni ei'e store nf prnrutc some whisky for him ,nnd ll.. Mienglhcn your kidneys, gel rid of oone-oiilgood ciowd l.resent. tb.-her homo ut l!ubaik from a In:-- ; '! have leceived only two PAIHSIAN' Hint the pain und soieness. build them up for llrolher llmk's grnvo. MnyGod' public leeouimei'd l "VhIIh, hud gone" to Kill Leo, well This i to everjbody Unit belongs p. nt Danville w under." doen e.gs in the pis! two wick- -. know l here, und by the liinolv use of Foley Kidney richest blessing lost upon them i NAG P.. which Known M'uitl Co.; There Mis Sarah N'oliu has gocc lo Dtui Slrjilton. An el'fml PiMs.Toiiic in tietion, quick in re- - the wish of Mr. FJIn Giilclnisl. V. Pitt St. Med- - Mr. C. K. Poiudexter has been vi.- - to the Ptinneis Teiephope central. Fix bot the boose for ille on 11 visit. tire some who can't get itii'a friends at I.eii gtou. .V Tiiiiuer. ford Pn. S. L. Ill'ltK. ftns iiiiide ul the time to couviot suit. Muigui' ICLE SAM CLEANS UP dl hbf .. '.' '1'S" ! ' couit-martialc- I to-da- al ,i I mi ,,. l ..,. " s,,t ,..,.. :.. ."' ,.i. (( ". . 1 I Muw.. ....,..: ,.-- ! ..T.. ..... ,, ... ,.,,, Jd ,:, ,,,,. - ,,,,. .,,.r s. I ,'l i.i m,,it ,.,,, 11 1 ,, ni-l- 1T1 1 ' k " I ''";. All-aS- 1 1.,, ..,( ,., ,,,, - '..:?, T '5: sTn ? I n, ..... - 1 ... . . i. 1 1 (,( ,, ... ......j. , i .:".." . -- . I .".... ed-re- 7.-.1-0 f - M. , I r..:iri- .,,, ;. .'. .:. ,;.".;...': ."'"?. ". u i' .,.,'..r ""' ?.' i"lT, mT' '- """"" """" t'g ....-I....- .. 1 - k . ,... 1- 1 con-siilei- -- lj tu-all- '"' lli-or- s "" ,;,. t. if-el- " 11 1, n 1 11 to f "s '::) n lrn ',,... ..-- ... .. " I.ib-ert- . u-- .. sl ...... .. ..- i- - d -A- . k Mo-w- iWu-bet- "'"'"'y, ..... ,, Ik-c- Hrad-fordsvi- lle i - Lllt-.til'- 111 few-M- lo-d.- '- 11 I111111-.I- 1 ... un-K- ..... rji AJ 11 " o, c 11 disi-ha."- ... 11 ft - . I . 11 11 r 1 11 :i ra f, .f xueufe, THE STANFOnn ""5 INTFRIOR JOUR NAL SAM HIE lilliRll)R E.tablliheO HGLTON M. It A O TEMPERANCE COLUMN 1& Q I'hii tipneo Is eiijjuKeil by O Q the Temperance Committee of O 8AUFLEY,... Publisher Lincoln Couiitv. O Q 187 lOIIRNAL. YEAR STRICTLY i IN ADVANCE A R if li An examination of the police court one prcpa-a'- O record of Iluxtonvillo rcW'iiU the rrttion that POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS following l'netx, which art! commendI ed to the consideration of thos( who hns stood For County Jtidqc. doubt whether prohibition bus rethu test for T. A. Rice announces bU candi-lac- y duced (ho amount of drunkenness v over thirty-fiv- e tor County .linlie of Lincoln u nd rowdyism. years onntv, tuln'-- t to tlio action of I lie From February- - lOOli to February nnd still re triiiocriitic imrtv. 11107, the 1uM j en r of the saloons, mains the M. F. North announces Iih eandi-Jiw- y a total of 13 persons worn arrested, for County .linlu of Lincoln 25 of them for disorder growing out county, subject to the action of the of drunkenness. used nnd recommended Oemocrnlio party. by the medical profesFrom March 1, 1007 ic .March 1, sion the world over. 1008 8 persons were arrested, I of For Jailer. TO THE POINT WHERE WE MUST PUT IT HAS them for druiikcnno-- s and diiorder. NOTHING IN ORDER THAT Peyton Parrlsh announces his TO ABSOLUTELY THE PRICES la 1000, 20 pcrions were arrested, t'andulavy tor Jailer of Lincoln WE SELL THE GOODS TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR SPRING STOCK. YOU WILL HAVE A MORE WHICH IS COMING IN NOW ONCE. county, subject to the uction of the 11 of them being drunk and disorGRASP AT SOMETHING YOU RARELY EVER SEE AT THIS TIME derly. In 1010, 12 crsons were or Democratic pnrty.. ON ALL WE nF YEAR THESE PRICES ARE GOODSHOES. HATS. HAVE IN THE George DeBorde announces his iented, 3 of them being drunk mid CAPS. COATS OF HOUSE CONSISTING I is the embodiment of cnndnlucy for Jailer of Lincoln conn disorderly. LADIeV AND RENTS' FURNISHING AND ODD PANTS AND ALL ty subject to the uction of thu demoelements that make for NEW STOCK. For the yenr 1008 there w no re GOODS. cratic uttrtv. these aoods ovWe are badlv overstocked and cannot oossiblv carrv w cord of any arrests. Hut passing good and Dink Farmer is u camlidnto for have slauoh-'tere- d er as our room Is small and sorlna ooods on hands. So this by on the bare possibility of strength. the orice on evervthlno. niler of Lincoln county subject to there being some mistake ,u htudy of Inform the neoole of our slauohter. Here are We feel it our dutv AM, DKUCIilSTS tbe action of tho Democratic party. these figures Tevenls the fact that vou can come and pet what vou want, as vou now have winter has lust commenced. iSforevou the hardest oart of the vear and tho total number of arrests in three For Magistrate years without saloons was 10, jr Remember the date SATURDAY. JANUARY 13. 1912. at 9 o'clock J. T. Roberts announces his and lastinn onlv 20 davs. W. will close out the entire Fall and Winter HOLDAMS MILL before vpur eves, for Magistrate in tho Stan- three less than during the last yenr As we have the orices stock reoardless of orice. were ford district, subject to the action of we had saloons. That is, where wo come now and see the aoods and vou will buv. no such had '13 arrests in ono year with 'sa We have nice smgiug at Alt. Zion ever out before vour eves. the Democratic Party. loons, we have had an average of Saturday night conducted by H. It. Wm. Fields announces his candi13 arrests a vear without the sa. Kdder of tho Itee Lick hection. EvHATS OF ALL KINDS dacy for Magistrate in tho Stanford Men's Clothing In AH Wool Fabrics looni. erybody was glad to hae him hero John B. Stetson district, subject to the action of the to $14.98 25 ami $2'G0 Suits cut Again, the number of men nrrestcd $3.98 Democratic Pnrty. We hae had homo real cold weath 1258 $5 Hats now $20 Suits reduced to for drunkenness and disorder during er for the $2.98 past few weeks. now at 9.98 $4.00 hats now $15 nnd 18 Suits ro thee tliree years without the $2.84 $3.50 lints now Littlo .Sylvia, tho visit of tho United States ;oon wn9 is or 7 less than din-in$10 and $15 Stills go now at 7.48 Marshal Iicro Wednesday 'proves be- We have a lot of AU'Woel SuttS v,,ar w;(h aoons. That is, babe of .Mr. aud Aim. W. At. ThompOther standard makes in. Felt, and yond cavil that the work of blind 0e -, ,en wero nrrested for son is on tho sick lisi this week. w1Pre ofor Men and Hoys, sizes broken, that Stiff Hats tigers can be broken up in this city rnwHyism in one year with saloons The young infant of Air. and Airs. .$7, $3 and $10. Wo will sold for .$2.48 $3.50 Hats now W. U. Smith has been very tick but and this county. Police Judge John 53.48 close them out at .$224 N Menefec, Jr. is doing the best that 1Ilero wns nn average of 0 men each $3 Hats now VCIlr nrrCitted for disorder after the is somewhat improved. Boys' Knee Suits, all wool, in Knick- $2.50 Hats now .$1.88 ho can and if every official of Pretty littlo .May Adams is very .$139 L'U.V and county was a vigilant thelsaIoons ,vpro- voU,(1 ollt It, otjlcr erbocker Pants now $2 Hats ,irini- these three wars un- - 6ick at this writing. 7.98 98c $12.50 Suits at $1.50 lints now encrgctic as he, there would bo no dcr prohibition the number of arrests The two small children of Mrs. A. 79c $10 Suits at f.98 $1 Hats now necessity for the visit of a U. S. mar- - hns I)(,cn TC,itIcefl to lcss tImn onc A. Wren $5.48 Suits at are very sick with cold and $8.50 and $7.50 shal. Of course, tho arrest of these tllird) nml the numi,cr of (lrunks lo $3.98 croup at this writing. $6 Suits at RUBBERS. $3.48 of the best make at cost. .We have iiger opcraiors nnu oooueggcrs win lcs, thnn ono fonrl), of wbnt twy ' Air. W. Al. Thompso nhas boimht a $5 Snits at them In Rubber. Boots. Felt Boots. not end illicit whisky helling in Stan- - Wl,rp whcn wo hn, MooWm Tlp,,-- nuw Kdibun $4 Suits at phonograph which Gum Arties. Cloth Lan Arctics, and ford and Lincoln county, but it will CfsaTa n ,)V Vwv jt fiiven ip ...$228 Sandals. nice music for the friends and $3.50 Suits at to a large ostent silence tho argu- - jU(1rc nm, ceTiiiivd 1o iy him We have same Boys' Suits, sizes neighbors. ment of those who want saloons vol. .,. .i f pr,iK;;n ,nD $1.19 GUM COATS broken and small at Air. and Airs. Kicbard Kldor unite d back, that it is impossible to break foutths of ,ho (inlIlkel, fichts otl tho The storm coat $13 salo uriee. .$4.48 up th traltic, and keep the town streets of Hustonville. Oct any fair-Suc- h ed her lather and mother, Air. and ALL WOOL "ODD" PANTS lirvant clean . nn argument would hold m;mi,i mnn ;,i ..n.. ,i, Airs, iss Alary llrown Saturday night. SLIKKERS FISH BRAND M L. Smith win the guest Men's and Young Men's of the . ,.p equally as well against other crimes, r.,mnvM or SZ.bH ,,' $3.50 slikkers at Finest Make of Ma Thompon WedncMtuy inght. murder, robbery, and tho ,111K,. nf Kni,rc $3.00 slikkers at f.39 such. .. .i i.. 1.98 like, which are constantly being com- Thu lmiidauinc joua-- son, lio.coe. $7 Pants at ci?S 2.50 slikkers at jc morjs- H"" of Ah. lilniikenshiji. bat. tome home mitted notwithstanding $6 Pants at thcro ar" $398 Mens' & Youna Mens' Overcoats... laws on tho statute, books against from the army to visit his mother. $5 Pauls at Boys Wanted. $22.50 and $25.00 overcoats .Slo.jjjj lie lint been lit the army nearly si . at $4 Pants $1S and S20 overcoats co at . . .9.98 them hut-i- t is, of course, ridiculous Wanted, some bright boys full of life 52.48 $12.50 nnd 15.00 overcoats at . .7.98 to suggest for a minuto that be )ears. Ills loving fuller has passed $3.50 Pants at .' nnd cheer, $ 79 $7.50 and $10.00 overcoats at . .4.98 cause people will commit murder and ever the river of death mucu Ilos-co- o $3 Pants at To .stand nt my counter as drinkers Govs' Overcoats All Wool at I9C, left hero. It wns ery bad for peoplo will rob nnd steal, that there Boys Odd Pants $1.48. 1.98. 2.29. 2.78. and 2.94. We of beer; him to return home with bis father should be no law against such 39c, 79c and $1.19. have a bisr stock. ,To fill up the ranks, without further gone and not there to welcome his things. ! Men's and Young Men's Corduroy delny, boy home. CAPS OF ALL KINDS Pants at $1.19, $1.29, jOf the army of Drunkards passing 19c. 39c. and 79c. Air. and Airs. Ilryant Hrown were $1 St, $2.48 and 2.96. Col Wattcrson bays the issuers away, he guests of their daughter, Idu NECKWEAR between him and Governor Wilson. Sixty thousand a year will only supThompson last Wednesday. 39C 50c tics now FLANNELS. 25 and 85c at 19c Tho Democrats of Kontucky do not ply. ISC Aliss Delia I'nynter and littln Doro. BINGTlAMSribc QUALITY at 8 25c ties now know Wilson very well, but they are Tho loss to our trnde from drunkards iy came in last week f. .tn Ycit thoroughly conversant with the brand that die. SUSPENDERS Virginia. Their homcfolb. wire sure SRees ef all kinds and all tattm-There- Send those who can toil or have v?C of Watterson's democracy. 6.00 shoes now 50a susnenders at glad to greet them. now J9C fore, they will take, Wilson, if you at wcnlth to bestow, 25c susDenders 5.00 shoes Well, we are proud to know wc live MC please. 4.50 shoes now qoq 15o susDenders at For profits arc small on old drinkers, '2-08c in such a nice district. $4.00 shoes now 10c suspenders nt ' you know. .43Q . 3.50 shoes now Mr. Penrcc, Air. Griffin and Mr. 2J34 I.K't them come from the shop, tho 3.00 shoes now The passage of tho direct primary Smith went around .Monday morning 1.98 Shirts of all Kinds. Dress. Flannel school or from home. 2.50 shoes now ......' and Work Shirts law by both branches of tho Legis .1.48 nnd took tiie list of the voters. There 2.00 shoes now . . . . $1.98 We'll welcome them all, whoever may . .1 9 $2.50 shirts at 1 Kfl afinns nnvt were IS drys nnd .3 wets. Don't yon n() cWta nt 1.48 lature Wednesday was a great vic- come. tUKUUHUI LUSIj. I 98 think evcryore ought to be thankful l.M shirts at ana at.so $2.48. $3.68 . j.sh their sons to for ose It means the end of boss rulo and' Ui InolIlcrs 1.00 shirts at such a nice community! Hut 48c spells the downfnll of such politic- 75c si rts at we owe our thanks nnd gratitudo to Made. , nn Comforts Readv U1 fat!l ...39C ians as Campbell Cantrill and his at kccP vot,ne for B " Ilro. Livingston and Itro. Carter for 2 50c shirts $2.00 Comforts at to ilk. 1.50 Comforts at their temperance 94c (or if you will vote to keep riuining bore nt Alt. Zion meetings they hnd Suit Cases. All Leather. 1.25 Comforts at Sumlav for they $7.50 cases now 'So tile mill, G.OO cases now 4.8 The house passed a bill thw etk Von must furnish tho grist or the mm) did make a nice temperance lec Blankets.' Cotton and Wool. 3.78 appropriating $75,000 for a new ture nnd did much good. T' y touch39c. 79. 98. $1.19. 1.98. 2.48. and 3.68 5.00 cases now wheel will stand still. governors mansion at Frankfort. ed tho hearts of the yo men ns Straw and Fiber Cases. well ns the older ones. The ladies of Coat Sweaters. Ladles and Gentle1.48 VOTES FOR WOMEN. cases nt men's all Wool this section only wih they could so M.R $2.00 rases at 1.19 ?5 1.50 sweaters at it Kft ..not sweaters at 'Woman obtained substnuliel roe-- t ami cast their votes .. " st open ,78c 1.00 cases at 3.C0 coat uition nnd won a o r.n onnt'nweaters at iir!y nay by THE NATIONAL '? u her fight for equal partial victory saloons for they v-i- l 2!oo eoat sweaters at Ladles' Scarfs and Phoenix Mufflers suffrage when their vots wc w!'l "i no open 9DC . In Silk nnd Wash Silk 1,50 coat sweaters at lj;'', lower house of Kentucky's Gcn- - saloons in our little t. vn Hut ns at $2.00 and $2.50 scarfs at 1.00 coat sweaters j.u jtwrwuiy lust, wcck auopieu U10 tho ladies 'oniinl vot . t ns!; alt 68c LOO- scarfs at 50c coat Bwcatero at BANK Dili's Woman's Suffrago bill by a the good sweaters at 39 C polls and 50 and 75c scarfs at 25e coat iron to ro ' i lo of C2 to 25. Tho measiiro voto cveryth'tv' dr" c.i 'iy will not ' t enacted into law, will permit women LEGGINS Of ALL KINDS. Underwear. Men's and Ladles Woolen t 'vill reap only net bei c('i vl ' oc 39c. 79c. $1.49 and $1.48 1.25 earment in cast their ballots in school elcc- - a reward in h,ve. ions. Cotton Underwear Gloves in Work and Dress. ;9c FALL AM) wjw- -' o mi 'VI E ,.v.,a 50c earmcn.s ni si, a . .. . . , 25e varments at 1.(10 fl..es at 79C HOSIERY. M 39c .39c 50c trtoves at .. 19c 25o '.Moves at i DU8 liomrrv lie uii.. r and 35 tent hose at ft Tlie) culm i ' Ur IBtllkv 7c- - l...o,. nl o IUC llf" "' WlM SIMPSON CALI can ni' 10c hose at 04c COES AT 4c and 4 I -- 2c ' it -- ' I( !' ' 05c hose at ROBINSON'S Big Clearance Sale STILL GOING ON. "M cinereo at tbe jsiolllcu hi i.mil, Significant Report from Huston-vlll- c. titan-r- i necond cln (K, you know fis&ly that you are $V( A Si'ttinu the fl You Have to Have it. You Need it Now. i If not you can afford to put it away Standard for next winter. tonic-food-medici- OUR SPRING GOODS Are coming in earlier than Usual and we want the Underwear out of our way. If you are a bargain hunter or a mon ey saver these prices ought to interest you. Scott's Emulsion health ll-- can-didn- Royal Silk Plush union suits or shirts and drawers at 2.35 the suit. Wright's Wool Fleeced always $1 a garment, but we want you to have it at 75 c the garment. Ribbed Union Suits that we have sold all the s .ason at$l 1.50 and $2, you can get now at 75c, $1 and $1.50 the suit. And all 50c garments in men's and boy's at 35c. They are cheap. Worth $3 the suit the world over in -3 mi-T- he g ld and;,,!, " fm-nish- es ,. H. J. McROBERTS Stat.fordKy. ., -- ; ' SOMI THING HfiW A Wickless Coal Oil Stove. Call and see it. $1-4- $1-6- 8 2c v-i- 2S .......... ' ,,.?",' s,lrr W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. Vli I fiTTTI I llfMWMil M x I WE CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION To Our 1 i PRECBIPTIOH DEPARTMENT It cannot be excelled anywhere. We guarautee accuracy and use only the most reliabledrugt. All pre tcriptions will be filled exactly as written. You will get from us just what your physician prescribes, prepared with pharmaceutical skill. OUR MOTTO: Roll of Honor ....m LINCOLN BANK .. COUNTY NATIONAL We Pay fuhheolKIFtsv.W. 12 2c OUTING FLANNELS lOand 12 01.' 'TY. NOW 8c PFR YARD. Stanford. Kentucky. Belongs to this Class. REMEMBEB THE DATE REMEMBER THE PLACE. REMEMBER Highest Market Prices For All kinds of ProSee us before you sell, get eountrv or delivered. U II I OHO' ! . lilt UM. - " ' i UitttI tllVlli 'IX-- I II. ' U I I1IOIM lo' 'I) o r-'ii. ' ) uiitilt- l III - ONLY TWENTY DAYS Sam Robinson, Sta " rnyr farLY AND AND GET THE PICK OF THE GOODS With a Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100 Resources $500,000 orner next to Court House duce, Hides and .ml H. . i'f(uiublv ' i ui Purs prici-- ' C RUPLEi'.T'lf: I'rtctital Taller QUALITY IS OF FIRST IMPORTANCE Dr. Hess' Poultry and Stock Food INC buutt. '". uu urv 1 H. B. Northcoff . T. K. JtIIUk' uj, in for.' Ul . t i". '"4 irniu ' " PnVMllt. nil Penny 's Stanro. Y)rua i, c5V ore, Kentucky. Tudor. Mur. PHONE 153 Ull kill 'it ' "t, "n (iri "i ur' c Sftirfoui. KeuIMto ''"Ir JContucky, sa.. --- - - - i'i THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUnNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY HOIOIOIOIOIOIOBCOl0l0aOlOlOROiOlOOlOlOBOlOl0lOlOlOOB0l0llOa0l0lDHGlOOnOnOlOlOlOiOi m M i s a a m m SEVERANCE'S WHITE a real Quality Gingham for Waists, Shirts and Dresses. Fast color and a good wearer. O1OOBOBOBOBOBOB0BOB0 OBOBOBOBOaBOlOlO n ffi o o m O m M if O SALE soft Bleach Cotton. Best for nil purposes. IS ck 1-- ON s o m m a m o M Many are Taking Advantage of our SPECIAL OFFERINGS. Why hot you ? X'ClOc .-- Buys f5 Buys Blue and Grey Pilgrim Cailcoes. Sell everywhere else at 5c. yf $2 a 10c grade of -- oi iHManiiMB the real Man Galatea cloth Many stores get 18c or sell the imitation 1Cf.e-t.Buy- s Buys a fine soft, OvJCround thread Pillow or waisting linen C IO anu riaiu wiiite goods worth regularly 12 2 ?9'?i7ijjcslsjj25csai-raBuys an all Linen Sheeting 90in wide m ft washes white and wears well 1 Waisting we ever sold .Buys pure Linen Tor- 'chon laces in dainty O p 40 pretty patterns in new Ginghams. Just in this week 1 Q4-Buysyo- ur OBuys ace patterns Cotton Torchon and Insertion M m o o o o -- J. Rllvn'rriniraa r( n num. 2 36 in Check ti (TkBuys the best Con Cvent patterns ia 'Der or patterns or nam s r"ajama cloth We V burg. The qnahty will sur- - jj consider it an excellent value k wide and narrow Hamburgs we have ever shown prise you 1VBuy 1 . '.CS?E2r36eSSB3rKErrE3II lrrtxsavcznsBatinBasc vcrtrr3i.-jff- LAST BIG CUT IN naoooioi6BC'OBaioooioaoioo0"agoigiooianioissgioiaieaor CLOAKS 1 c 0iiaM0ioi9agi,Di!ggiaB8i8i8i9B86gjnai8seia6Mo1 NOW ON. BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE SOCIAL ROYAL ami PERSONAL Mr. A. T. Xunnelley is threatened Itcv. J. B. Jones vn preach at the with puciimuniii. Mnpli-.- t church Sunday morning ana Mrs. J. U. Wejiren sctit Tiinrslny lie will preach at Fnirview mill Mr- -. J. K. Buck at (lilhert's ehureli Saturday afternoon. Creel; Lueien who has been here There is a great difference in life for the past scernl week, 1ms been insurance policies. Mutual Benefit t,uit ill for tevernl days, Policies are superior. I can show j Kmliry Ueniley went down to Jun"- you. Why not buy the best? R. M. ti.iti City to tell Dewtt Grublw pooil- 'ju before tin- - hitter left for flip Newlanil Agent. Philippine!. Bum dry rcscrcened coal from yards. AH our bins uncovered. Re. and Blue Gem 15c per bushel, delivered. Other coals W. S. Fish represents only the fur lei-- . at. best and strongest insurance companies. Let him keep you protected. Wo are prepared to install hot water and hot air heating, plumbing Lobt.- - On Ottenhiem or Somerset cnc.. Conn .Bros., Iancaster, 81-t- f. pikes a child's gum slicker. Ileasc have at Field's' sIotc. A. J. Conch. ENTERTAINMENT AT McKINNEY. SHORT LOCALS. L'enhnm's s Mrs. .1 lscph Fnrns of Danville has gone Id Orlando, Flu., to spend the Mr. and Mis. It. M. Newlnnd spent remaindtT of the winter with her afternoon at Crab Orchard j daughter, Mrs. George C. Keller. Dr. and .Mrs. L. P. Jones ,of Crab Their tnauy friends here will regret Orchard, who hero Tuesday shop- to leant that the lttle son of Mr and ping Mrs. E. T. Carter of Kvansville. Lid., We want our subscribers to scad Mr. 0. I. Huffman took the train Wedm "'iv for IjuicmsUt to make is down with scarlet fever. or telephone) us any news they may Bright llays went up to Mt. Ver- Lave. We are under many obligat short non this week nnd brought down tions to thoso who do it. Wo canChief of I'olico H. 1). Carter has almost been down, with an attack of a horse which will be used by tho not get all the news, so help us to get a good paper by sending in an pneumonia tin- - week. telephone company here. W. M. M. Guffey went up to Liv. Miss Mnncio Ware, of McKinuoy, item once in a while. infrston Wedutsdny to make, a short is visiting Miss Carrie Cuuninghuiii. Rev. J. G. Livingston will prcuch isit to bin daughter, Mrs. Joseph Miss Xaney Yenger, of Stanford, is O'.Mnry. viuiting Danville friends and rela-tU- e. at Mt. Olive Sunday at 11 A. M., and nt Pino Grove nt night in the Danville Messenger.. Mr. It. II Hntson of minister and A. L. Iturgc, of .McLean, 111., is interest of the temperance enu-- e. All little dau'I. r. Cecelia, uero hero n in those neighborhoods are invited to few davu tl - week with Mr. nnd Mra here hunting for n nice littlo Lin hear him. I,. It. Hiltoi coln county farm in Mr. W. Hays went to Inneaster Bmgo bus been away from Lincoln Mr. For Sale Four coming threo-yeWednesday '.' make a short visit to vouuly about tlucu of four years, lier brother. Mr. J. A. IJear.ley and liuwng fonnerly resided in the West old mules, three mares and ono horso ready broke write or phone. No. Knd, about three miles west of family. .Mixii Jei I'ejjplert visited reln-tivlie believes with many oth 30. Dude Jarmnn Ilustouville. lu last week and aters who have left, lhat there is no nt lb For Rent. Five room cottage with tended thi t.irm party at Misses place in the world liko old Kentucky nnd Lincoln I'lilllllv ninl i unviiiiw In water works nnd good cistern; terms Mary Leo n .! Clizabeth Oiveim. icasonnblo. Apply, to E. Wilkinson. ' Mnster T J., M is Cobb, tho handsoJue, lcnto h.iekpJncO . MrJnnil Mrs. 1'helj),s littlu son ( l.ieutcuuj4,JJeUut L. UrilUbs, WUo What would you do withont a good Cobb, fell f in a' fenco several days has been in this county since the riftht arm lieolw death" of his lather several weeks horse f Keen him 1drv nnd warm with afjo, brenk t' ! a good blanket. havo them. J. ('. tho elbow. If' is doing as well as ago, left today for Idaho, where he MoClury. could bo ex ertcd under tho will make u shott visit with his wifes family after which ho will go to Notice pf contest of tho recent ban Francisco, and will sail from "wet'' victory at Georgetown has been there on tho first of March for tho filed. Ono new battleship vA bo Philippine Islands, whero ha will ro- - authorized by Congress this year. join his regiment. His regiment is booked to return to the states in the fall of this year. Danvillo AdvoHOWIOPEOPLE cate. Herbert Kinnaird went to Chicago May Prolong Their Lives They . v not cough tod:y, last week where ho has n fine pros-- 1 At an advanced ago rasto Is more i nliotit tomonow? poet to Beciiro a special insJianee apld than repair. Tho organs net but better insurance1 Uettc prepared lor it 'igency. Therq is no than ho and his nore slowly nnd less effectually than man in the country Is it youth. whet tomes. Ask your many locnl friends will linpo that ho blood thinTho circulation tho poor, tho appotlto and watery, docli '.out keeping Ayer's gets tho best to bo hud. For tho poor nnd digestion weak. ' Chei ; ctoral in the house. pnst two yenrs ho has been connect ' Wo want to say to every aged per Then iu n the hard cold or d with the agency hero conducted son In this vicinity that Vlnol, ou. do llclous cod liver and iron tonic (withsl appears you have by W. 8. Fish nnd lias mado a very ' out oil) will prolong Hfo. It creates cottjj His host of friends an appetite, aids digestion and makes a doc r s medicine at ha no. vnluablo man. will good hero manner this This nugli medicine is wish nnd at Lancaster, his homogoes. . Vlnol blood. Inwaste natural replaces him success wherever he and retards iy good for children. Mr. Fish is planning to havo nnnthcr weakness with strength, giving new espcci !viics. No alcohol. assistant here soon to take his placo life to tho worn system. No ; If people In this vicinity only real . AUny t called dull and itipld when tb Foley Kidnoy IHIls will euro any t'cd now Vlnol Invigorates old people ile trouble Is due to a Itzf liver. V rniiy believe your own doc enso of kidney or bladder trouble wo would not be able to supply the tor will vu lhat an occasional dose not beyond tho reach of medicine. demand.a A.,..'. Try bottle of Vlnol with the Tin will do inch vifwtl r iv children . -- ir del of good. Ak bio. No medicine can do more. Shugars derstsndlna; that your nonsy wlH be . e. irnro.unu,Ki, 44i. i & Tanner. return. It It does Mt help ye. Tm-Mlnnr Hus-tonvill- e. os 8-- tf -. i The ladies of McKinney will give entertainment at tho Baptist church there next Wednes day evening. February 7th. All arc invited to attend. There will bo no admission charged. ii temperance friends in Louisville. Miss Tempest Ward left Tuesday Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp, tho for Howling Green where she will j i renowned temperanee worker will deenter school. liver two speeches in Stanford during the present enmpaign. Sim will speak BEE LICK. at thn court hou-- e at o'clock Sat Mrs. J. M. Reynolds still remains i" urday afternoon, February 3, and tho next da, Sunday, Felimury 4, nt a poor health at this writine.'. mass meeting nt the courthouse at j G. W. Taylor has sold his farm half past two o'clock. AH are in- for $000. Ur. Taylor bought a farm vited to come out nnd hear this gift- near Brodhead for $750. M. M. Taylor and John Scott were ed woman. cnlled to Mt. Vernon on business Friday last. BRODHEAD Jackson Seott will soon begin woik Brack Durham is very low with 'on his new house. Morris Taylor, of nenr Quail visit-Je- d pneumonia. the fair sex in these pnrts Sunday Mrs. Belle Henderson has return- I G. B. Sutton, of Stanford, was in fwl lit filar linmn in I ttill nfini. ..- ,thls seL',,0U b"'ln" somo fat hoSs at itin relutives here. cents. Jjhivcl s child still remains in Uick Jlr. hlbcrt LIder nnd fnmily visited a critical condition. Mrs. T. C. Harmon at Quail Saturday . .Mrs. Daisy Hunt s m Crab Orch- - nn, Sundnv. ard clerking for J. T. Cherry. Rcv. Joim E1(er soon mon lo Miss Etta Moore visited homcfoiKs his new furm. iu i)uii-i- i oaiuruay ana ounuuy. i Mrs. Jcnuio Brown and daughter of Louisvillo are with Mrs. Emma I I I Mrs. Beauchamp to Speak Here. PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND for all purposes. So if ou want to build a house, a barn, a chicken coop, a dog honse or a fence, come We have hero for the materials. all ports and sizes in both ro'jgb and finished lumber and if we cannot suit you in kind, quantity, quality and price, nobodv can. J. A. ALLEN. Stanford, Ky. Wilmott. The I. J. is, preparing to start one of the best serial stories ever run in any neuspaper. It is a detective story of intense interest throughout kiowii as "The Circular Stnircnse" j Watt h for thn first installment. You will not want to miss reading this one, for it will keep you awake at night and some chapters are guaranteed to mnko tho hair curl. The first installment will start soon, probably next Tuesday. Mrs, R. H. Hnmm is ill with the la grippe. Dr. K. J. Brown, of Stanford, was called here Tuesday to hold n consultation with Dr. W. F. Carter. .Mr. and Mrs. Summers have returned to their home in noth Carolina after visiting their daughter Mrs. J. M. Clark. Allen Iliatt, of the Iliatt section, sold a portion of his farm to Jack Proctor, of near Wildie, for $1,700, and Mill move to Brodhead in the near future and occupy tho property Catarrh Cannot Be Cured J.JThnmns Cherry, on Main ruh UK U. AI'I'l.lC.UIO.SS. iu tliry rannol rral Uit cat nt Ibe Ui'&. Caurrh a blood or roiuts street. Wo ghid!,?wefcpnip Mr. Ijiatt" tiftlonal Uvi'am., &mJ In ortjtr to cur It )pu mtut tako UUrnal rrim.iU'. ilaU'a. Catarrh fun la takrn to and his family in our town. Urall)'. aoil acta dlrrcey utNn the b)ml aril mucous Mrs. L. B. imfon, of,St.anford.'vis-itc- d iimarra. Il&li'a (itarrii Curv la not a qaark mrds rUut. II aa nrntcrlbf"! by out o( tilt' brat th)!ruu In thla country lor her parents hero first of the inn ana M a rntular prrMrtptKm. by tot MTheW . Doilark cnrrfaa (WMarkW . it la compowil of tb brat tonlca known, comblnra with tho brat blood riurtnr. artlnc dlrrrtly on the muroua airfare. Tha prrb-r- t combination of the vo mirrtiinu la what produm aurh wondrrful la curlne catarrh, send (or tntimoMala. trre. r. J CHUNKY CO , Trope.. loM O. Sold ' Tale br DnmliU, prlre 7.'. comtlDaUon. Ilall'a famur villa (or MAROI GRAS TOUR. week. home Miss Cnrrio Frith has returned after nn extended visit with The Coughs of Children , BOWMAR'S evervthiiii.' Write to Bowmar's Tours. Versailles. Kv.. for folders eivine details of an ideal nersoiiallv conducted Mardi Gras Tour leavinsr Wcdnes-daFeb. 14. lUlU. visiline New Orleans. Mobile.. Moiituomcrv. Ala., etc Low Inclusha cof. limited nartv: firsl-elus- s. v. Yellowstone Fitrk 'J'our in June. 1012 FINE SHOW COMING BACK Thos. II. So well who presented Lena Ilivcrs hero last season has a now pluy this season entitled "An Everyday Girl," u romantic comedy Mr. Bowel) drama, full of fun. claims this is a bettor play than Lena Rivers, and pleases tho thert. tro goers in each city ho has pre sented this now pLy ns well if not better than his former piny. He has about the samo cast of players ho had last year with Lena Rivers. Tho attraction will bo at tho opera house Seats on on next Tuesday evening. sale at Shugars & Tanner's - and other due to aa iaactive lion of the Liver, Stomach and BoweU, may be obtained moat pleatanUy and moat prompdjr by uaing Syrup of Figa new 4 and tluur ot Senna. K u not and .untried remedy, but ia uaed by million of welUnformed familiea through out the world to deanao and sweeten 3 and atrengthen the ajrateea whenever laxative remedy ia needed. When buying note tee fuB of the Company California Fig Syrup i Ca, printed on every package of ebe Uk, is only is recognized in ALL lands. Money rules the world. You can be one of the rulers if you open a bank account. Only thehabitof saving secures this dollar mark the mark of the world's most successful men. The siiielbesfliiiark to make in life dollar mark the mark Start your career on the high road to by opening an account at thiu bank. A dollar will do it. t . a .i.i e suxess genuine. Regular price SO1 per bot eae the ealy. rar aaie or AS leamraa; drue STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profit $4,098.94 Deposits $75,481.90. WJ L, McCarty Pre.. M. B. Safe, Cashier. .v . ti'ar-cote- 4 ' i... Ji, i ,..! . .,-.- , .uf -- r.. fUjjiMiiniiwiiwmV' wMMft,wtv'w W f irLfmTS a Hj.., mr JrBHBfVBMHHHrVPflHKflBVBHlflVLVVBfeBBfliriPSkAHAh&MMMAflKllMlfrAAaMliBL .... .,- i un vw-iiB iiMVm piMM , "f j a bA iimp9Wipiniv tT aaaavaaa UU V J idjitoiii!oiooiooi..5,:ooo"nioooii fHE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR HAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY i ,r I ELECTION You Will l K Only A Day And Night to New Orleans, LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD. I The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative I'littmK .,. I liel .. .. Til wendeil for tin- - iMnKo n i)r cvtl.1. ,'.". i.8."'!' P"'n. wl'lli mothrrii tnroiiRhotit tlio country Imtn Immmi uhlnir -- .. IflHr rhlltlrttn fi n I.. .. Jury Today tln.UKnnil of famlllc nro wlirrn liiindrnlit uist It then, "liujlt anil thorn mintt tut i;ool rrnxon Tor thin wtiril of mouth rocommonilatlnn. ''.f'lmlttt'illy thn ror children, women, olil vipi latnllvo olhem who .lriM n Rcntlo howrl im'l nil hllinil-lannil not u lnlmt rait, mlharllo lll or iloctorisl water Or I'nhlwcllit tjrtip IVtwIn will net irfiitly. nml taken beforo retiring will hrlnir whrncoin- What o M v. : it Will Cost To Sec NOTICE THE ACT OF CHOOSING! the our Now is and time to step into new chocse yourself a suit at a price that Awill surprise you. Monday February 19 I Marc TWO BIG UAYS NEW ORLEANS MOBILE. Gras FEBRUARY 19 AND 20. Tuesday February 20 Parade of nnturnl for n rlill.l to tail 'It nml I'M" Mtinfitetlon In thn momlnir. ntiil when It milk tlrnwinly or After n ahort who or thin rrtnody nil Kotucithlnir iform f (iuinliif nl'l can be tllniniotl f hfli V"i, n,iv ''I"'"' "11 " nu ,,, nuiiirr ........... nee no HKHin OCl IUOU8. rtllpt!cc of it Kcrlnu nllmrnt you will ni.i. uiiii lllllinu W All claocoi of rooiI not to wroiiR If ou uuiotly n rcoiU lo It on Keep It In tho homo American of fno for 111m '..!Criof J" l'',ln.xnlh0 ' cvcntni; nlonioih. it to liowcln, Tiny It Id Arrival of O Q . REX 2:00 P. M. PENSACOLA m REX 10:00 A. M. and C0MUS and PROTEUS PARADE At Night. $19.80 $17.75 $19.45 FROM STANFORD. 1!) iaclti.sive- " PARADE At Night nOUND TRIP -- . nun Anvnn ...,., 1, 1, ,,f .....,.., mI.IiIhi tH m.l. 1.1.1 m .1.1. remeily' tierorn ImylniriMnMIIn iiimi tegular It the yf ilrtiisirim nt fifty cenu or ono jlollar a Inrce i.ottln (fmnlly lrn) mn hao n Sample Imtlle ncnl to thn homo . .fir1J '.' on a Kiatal card will U4. 11 S-.- that they will never In without It ore Mr. J. W Itaynei. llMity, Ky , tind Mr II U Wrekp, 1741 W :n.l fit.. Oweri'tioro, Ky A iloee of It hna Kavril many a icrnori from a aerlou lllnr, ilm-to- r the. thouminilll Itcr nml w)m ninonir Ilia writ.. .. riiiI 3 n"""' "'it?'"" Trustees of (Antral Unuertity, tic the (icueral Tickets on sale ilnily l'ebruur.v 13 In Liberal - SLEEPING CAR FARE $4.00 TO $4.50 EACH WAY Stop-Overs eideil to accept a jjift of .')0,000 of. feretl hy tint Itoekefellcr Tumi of Kilncation Honnl a Hiipiilrint'iilnry fnml or $150,-00- 0 n raisetl. pro-viil- Limit on Tickets March 1 8. A 0 S pair of heavy shoes can now be secured at cost good shoes. a O TO AIM'HOXIMATK TOTAL COST for the ruuiiil trip, estimate fur five days Imaid and per tiny nt first-clas- s hotels to which nthl the lrd.ht; lit $1.00 per day in best private homes or For sleeping ear reservation apply to any ticket agent Loan-tillcabove rnilroiitl ami ptillinnn faros. Nashville ltailroatU'ompany. DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET FREE. S. Cee our Bargain Counter of extra g m 1 THE FARMERS I I Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. have it gui'il batltlle horse ami a i)lenlitl brvetliiiK jaek which I will sell or trade for heavy work stock. A. T, Traylor K. 1). No. 4, Stanford "Keep watin:" hiiv t carriage heat er and a lap rube of J. 0. .MeClary. THOMAS H.SEWELL, For Sale Privately nimiit m litres of hind, part of the V. II. , Presents Traylor ilavc; contains two k00'' Apply to Dan tenant houses. THE ROMANTIC COMEDY DRAMA " Traylor. Q ' 'ood racer T. M. Green won That ...... ... iM. ..!.... n. i a Handicap i.icu m vihuivbiwii South Carolina nnd the distance ti W." :U5," and that furlongs, time great hur&c won with case. Ho is owned hy Col. D. X. 1'rcwitt, Maelc A Story As Sweet As "Lena Rivers". Kiihiink'., and Senator H. 1. Hubble. ItV TIIOS. HOPKINS. A PLAY THAT GRIPS BOTH THE HEART AND THE MIND Jim Woods left last week with 25 young mules for Atlanta, where they 0I iiSiK;::-oiai- o msouoomOKi will be put upon the market. They are the property of himself and J. It. A PLAY PULSAING EVERY MOMENT WITH EMOTION Foster, who had intended selling them TENSE, TRUTHFUL, POWERFUL DRAMATIC Xunacllex'h stock yards next court at BRIGHT, WITTY MIRTHFUL day, but changed their mind- - when COMEDY. the southern market began to open up. T. J. Hill Sr., ulso left with n loud at the same time. Cotton sold at 15 cents in Dallas, Texas, lust week, and this means u higher price Prices 25. 35 and 50 Cents. fur mules than has been iiihni; so sal Fchrmary 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 mmd 19 Tkkits Seats on sale at SHUGARS & TANNERS'. far this bcitson. satU March 8. 19C, vtlh Mtitot f 0m4 Poland For Sale. Kegistered tlrr-'weeks as a result of eat- fit, doesn't mind Melting in a stack China hogs, either sex, also some pas-- t STOPOVERS AT ALL PWINCIPAL POINTS ing rotten eorn. There is no cure for to back his judgment, and he usubaled hav. X. J. Coiie.'JIoreland. PASIICUURS, CALL ON ANY TICKET ACENT. 01 WIITE . fOt the disease, which seems to affect ally "cleans up," Louisville Times. H. C KTNQ. W. A. BECKIXR. An announcement was made at the grain. A post mortem examinand Ticket Acnt, Oeacral PaMenttr Agent. Pamnitr Lexington by officials of the Hurley ation shovyed 101 E. Main StMct. Vaington, Ky. Phone 49. that ono half of the law BaB&as, Clnclaiutl. O. another 20 per Tobacco Society that brain was perfectly clear and ap- cent, distribution of the funds from pnreutly normal condition while the the 1009 pool amounting to approxi- other half was blood clotted and J firJQ--fiJSi'J.COO.OOO will be paid to the greatly diseased. Sf mately growers of Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana, It is also stated that the enFIELD SEEDS. tire 1000 pool is soon to be sold. All Wholesale Cash Prices to Consumers together the several pools ot the HurChoice red clover, .il'J.50, pine tree ley society bus placed $10,000,000 in anil all other farm the hands of the growers of the Hur timothy .7.-1fcceds. Wire fencing. Heady-mad- e ley district. 's Victory flour, Powell Harlow, of Olasgow, Ky., loofing. I'airy feed. Writ for samples: and sold the Sotterfield funu of 2,800 acres on Bnrreii Hiver, in Allen coun- pticc. You oau Mir $o to $2. on ty, for !7u,000, the J. U. Rogers Coin winter and spiiag purchases. ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! W. Bush Nelson, pany, of Glasgow, being the buyer. l-- 2c Kcrutrh ami ruli rcj ar.il rr.it!i I.KXINGTOK, KY. Tho Satterfield farm is one of the Hotli i'hiities Jintll vou fwl as If yen xiul.l alrr.wc tear the bumlnc oNjn rrutn jnnr lnl bet farms in Southern Kentucky, l-- 2c um If y,j . .n.1,1 no until It : Jonter .rn.liiro tln- - rii.;li. 4tiyfl 0; and ''oMdc from 'contammg Boeral HAD.IET DOWN ON HIS MORSE. uwrul torlurt II.ijvu Irrrtlitn n2l:t tnituirrd. acres of bottom laud is ad ulrrpltka Senator K. J.. "Took" Hubble was 1 of Thrn a aKunv. i,r it n i, n.,. il.'ni m mirably adapted to stock mixing. he got the wire famous Mcnniii h'lwlr.n :iry). ti')! rlim ii huppr soul iv ho icllrft Tlie llrli rcit Mr. I. C. Jame had i'ujj. ut hu ,ure T M flreHii had won fort atid rrft ut laitt ....Ui.t.o u.e lucsaay. xue u....u. ...jru il. JH'i the fw)tltnj jace )lt 't...wtul,,., M I' that I. I. U u slmi e rxtrroal jiom! and tlio In it foot some weekH ugo and Woodi,..,,,... .,. ruin acIrani0 iiolhlnc lvr run. A ' nf ' poisoning set up, eausiug its death. J utor Hubble had u bet down ou his flwclBc for ulln-- s, iVorluH- -, Halt I'.hrnm or nor wkhi troukln. He valued the horsu nt' WOO. Kinee horse antl put some of his friends V run Klve Mm i. ill hIzo tmllln of tlir rrniilnt Ii. I. I), rnn.ily fur the above was put in type Mr. James in the Legislature Jl.On nml "wise" to the to Klp If tir vi"V 01 luiltln f.illt rrllcf It wi:i n.,t rin t j ou a has hud another horse to die tho ""ood lliiii''". nnd thev ineieased thr cent. Wh iil run Klvi- - vim n siimil liot. best one in his stable. The animal sire of their bunk rolls. Senator Huh- - j Wliy nunr onotlirr tli for 25 uu- - hitched to tlie bus and left the ble keeps a close tab on the perfor- - liay vlicn you tan Kct t. I). D.? behotel apparently well, but died niauct's of his lion- - and, when he is Shuoars and Tanner. Slanford. Kv. g v? iixft g fore, i caching the depot. Harrods-bur- g Sr Herald. Ouv good friend, Mr. K. 0. Hick-leof t In- - city, who farms on a laru,o xcalc, his Jmid lying near Knob BF.D ROOM SUITS. Lick ,in Lincoln cmml, Icfl ut this CARPETS. m ODD DRESSF.RS. MATTINGS. u office Nome alfalfa that he 'is p.ow-in- g ODD STANDS RUGS. up. It was sown si years ago LINOLEUMS. DININft TABLES. I and he has cut, dining litis time. '' OIL CLOTHS. PININO CHAIRS. WALL PAPFR. RFCFPTION 0HAIRS prop. Il is ccilninly one of the HSI I CMAIHS. CtlliniNG PAPER. walt- -t f tilii'f- - of tin ujje, anil f.HII DRPS' CHAIRS. CARPET PAPER. I lie inii- -t profiltibTi'.cl'op in inoio ways LACF CURTAINS TIDE ROARDS. lliiin uiic, Danville Messenger. HUFFFTS. WINDOW SHADES. MIRRORS. CHIFFONIERS. Mr. V. LL li'ohius the well- BED SPRINGS. MATTRESSES. kiniAii 4tockniau, Inst a very fine He believes itn death yoimu jick. eating surghiiiu. He' S was i'iiiim'iI In hi! hud 'licit 1 - hand- - In not feed thi- - animal any soinhuiu .and they ht'il not iliiiic mi, hut il - thought thai lie .He that which was drupped j while tet'diug other stock, as Dr. II. ' L. CascJ who conducted as the iuot !. ' )o- -t iiioricm toiiml n lot of'sccd in his Stanford Opera House, Tuesday, February 6, '12. cummins & weaken: ooooj ! (Ik-.unhappy The ffclin.. ol the the pile and mlnkled lace, hollow and circled result mit often Irom tl.uo dimrdcr. peculiar to women. Vot the womiin to he liuppy and tlio muil n.tumlly hae Jjooj hcUlt. Uraiiitinii.dimn fcclint, InUcrij, lotflahe or comUnlly rcturninit puinn tni nclic.--ar- e too rct a drain upon a wumjn'n vitality and I'icrce'a laontc I recnption rctiire weak and tick women to ttrcnilli.l.cnlllir. by xiund iJ and corrcctintf tho local oi.ordcri which are fcncrally rcmmtlMe lor (bo anove dotrcro'niS ivmptomi. 'I tiilTrnl arrXlt for numWr of for th ' in. SIlu. "r.ttthrr t. I'lCX-IrU !'.'" U"l t.f ifS l.ki, lltka, t Vl1 H,re V .7itr"." "" toll rn I woull K I "Th il.tor. hav to l i a .,lul I. f.in. I wnnl.1 MTr l Ivttir. A nro tht. lnl,r un.1 M.rlnif I a lUn wr Ui.tf. At uh LulTrmJ like mm In ttii.il. J n thn irmthrr (.f l( rhlktnn n0 I w. w Ixl mu-- t nmth-nilic m.in'li. lht I Im-V tn I wrote tolir U V. Yl i, it.,,,, him I .i.ul.1 Ilrr.rmrt. n uir.ml Unoulllnnl a, rnu'w IronlrrvM wt.wh I '.kiwnl to thf I tik lira Uitllr. f wo( t.olimM.xJir.lllKwrrr'n.l. lillyrnl .L.tltaiif . iHrtT.. iNtl. lin.1 li.v... Iwnr .uirvnl nMh aln...... I .. I """" II ""7.uiirrim; woman tno iron inn ht l.m J. i. IT. I ieo . tnl." ... I tnro i. Thrw It M tin. uUn tint and Inunry home HAPPY TIAO' MARRIBi There unhappy married live, hut percent lire are tine tii the .- o iieroiMne, e), the hefocd minj, illnrx it ol tlio wife, mother or d.uHliter. i! lariio jUo p( retfu-lalio- )rn 1 li.,r ir fr . ' I M-- ' irji w- (.. 'IWitr'M'ii 1 un I'lf Vj i r V- - ,',ctJ''1''a)lantl.lnrlrl.nyl.rHlM! N,r,,,l Auiiier by U.V. k. V'c Stanford, Kentucky. o Uti.1. Uh Kinrn. ' amwers iki.ii in uriic.te gue.tion about wluclt e cry nom.in. .mile or married uui!lit in Liu.. K..t t.. pay fur r.. 'oinj; unj mailing outy, mi receipt tl M n'uinp. Pierce, M. D., Ilufljlo, ti !-- q IOCIOOIO'IOOH9$BO $ If You Have Money .i o The Home of Hart, Schaffner 0 Marx Clothes. so M EVERYDAY GIRL WE WANT IT il If You Need Money WE HAVE IT FULL OF FUN NEW ORLEANS sb MOBILE Your Business will be well cared for and we solicit Your Patronage. MARDI ORAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES This is the same company that play- First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky. Capital $50,000 ed Lena Rivers here last season. e Swalus $25,001 iMnlil btmln HAVE A 70H SEEN THEM? nl ifftfi&aaas SPRING GINGHAMS and PERCALES 10c and 12 Xel-ou- 0 beautiful line of Men's and Ladies' Shoes in Tans and Blacks A glance at them will convince you that they are the finest things out. BRING YOUR FEET TO US. Grub Orchard, L. L SANDERS, Kenlkcky. comes tti4ify sad ctirrci wWu jlou pLice thtm iii u for coUtfUa)..:;W BMiivrcolltetieas and h4 surfer, elalas rirflirt in Ut Vui(fd 8tlM .mOa, and tnl make no clutrjw tulcMi wi coUtt. Hnk refcreut MAY'S "1 i Ginghams ? 12 Also nice line of Flounces Embroidery from 50c to $1.50 Percales J Cash, for Accounts and Notes y i,i M - ft - lii-a- " blLUCTriW AOEIICY. - SMMrut. KiWwJry. r l.'.ULJji .; 1 saa- -s .: H 4 ' It WONT HAPPY BE A mnnm&i.mmm REW YEAR y, We, Have A Full Line Of : Oliver Plows: "JSffig ' I J from the cold and keot comfort able and warm during the next rew wintry months. C f the loved ones are not protected The best way to do this is to burn 'The Kind That Satisfies W. E. Perkins, in-.- i- We make low prices on all goods and guarantee the goods to be what we say they are BAUGHMAN'S H 0 AL '. W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford Ky. In your stoves and grates. Phone us to send you a load now. BAIKHMAII & stoinacli.-Dainill- .Meskeiiger. Tlio Itichiiioiul CliiiiiU says that tweffiy or lomv almihli horses have c (o, sMM. .TyggrtgayWi'i