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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY C, 10J2. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAT FOR HELM'S STRONG Commended By 8EECH. Newspaper D. C. GROVE KENNEDY'S EVIDENCE OF. BRIBERY. Hhjhly ! TROUBLES ARE ENDED " u r'. Noted Character In Early Life Pas-se- s Poisoned Preserves Cause Dpath nf Away At His Home Res. .... rr.. Tho Unionist Labor, n prominent , W0 UtRe Sons Of D. W. MuT- pected by All Who knew Him labor pnper of Washington, D. C, Saturday. rell Near Crab Orchard. contained a very strong nnd complrefcrenco to one of Wc, thn undersigned citizens nnd imentary His trials and tribulations ended ' Crab Orchard, Feb. 5. of Lincoln county, deep Congressman Helm's speeches last his family snfcly at homo about him, The sympathy of tho cntiro com week, which goes to show how tho ly interest in 11h welfare, itnd so work the Eighth District's Congress- drove Kennedy, ono of tho best munity goes out to Mr. and Mrs. unalterably opposed to (ho open sa- man is regnrded by thoso right on known men in this pnrt of the state, paniel Murrcll who live a few miles from Crab Orchard on tho Fall Lick loons bocntiso it in tho enemy of tho ground who hnvo the opportuni- peacefully passed away ut his home road in tho death of their two Httlo morality, tho church und the stnte, ty to sco him in action. Thiu paper in the couutry a few miles out ot ilUQIl. sons, who were poisoned last wrelt tw Crab Orchard last Saturday morning nod productive of vice nnd only Wco says: Ono of tho most entertaining and Mr. Kennedy lind been ill but a short 'eating canned blackberries. Nearly and it being reported tlmt tho sa- luminous speches which WILL 6. McKINNEY it 1ms been time with double piieutnntiia, but his all of tho family and some visitors loon element liavo a largo sum of my good fortune, to rend during tho who wcro present for Sunday dinner was T2 years old advanced nge-- ho Expresses Strong Hope that Lincoln partook of tho poisoned money, furnished liy distillers nnd present session of Congress was tlmt had weakened his frame and tired preserves County Will Vote Dry brewers, to debauch tho voters of recently delivered by Reprcscntntivo nature; was unnlilu to cope with thu and others were taken ill, but tho two Httlo boys, who wcro aged fivo the county, nnd expect by its use, to Ilolin, of Kentucky, in reference to disease which attacked him. He is Oh, Lincoln county, how often have and six years respectively, seemed Iocnt option election on tho nrmy. Some of tho facts brought survived by his wife, who has nlso carry tho I shed tears over time. Thy hands to have gotten moro thnn the oth- nut by that gentleman in refcrenco to been in bud health for sonic time, and I'hrnnry 10th, do hereby pledge our-cJt- tho abnormal increase are all covered over with tho Mood crs, and died on Monday after Li- of officers as six children, .Mrs. Jesso Mention, of to report and diligently prose- compared with tho rank nnd filo mo I, i illusion, nnd his sons Will, John, of murderers nnd thy breath is taint- - tense nconv from tho noisnn. WMi. cute all persons, buying or selling rather Htnrtling in fact, so much so lion, Mike, uiid Faulkner. ed with foul whisky. This maraentiotts cal nssistnnco was summoned and votes, and do hereby offer n reward that, did he tint buttress them up with gigantic question: "Wet of Dry'" everything possible dono to save them Notwithstanding the troubles of st fifty ($TiO), dollars, for tho of s agitating the minds of citizens, but to no avail. Tho blackberry jam figures that arc official, hu would his long life, Mr. Kennedy, died resnnd conviction of any person, find ninny eritics as to tho sound- pected by nil who knew him and nt !low could a reasonable or sensi- - is sniil in hnvo Unmn n,n,,M : imllty of buying or bribing n voter ness (if his statements. Hut hie man raised up by a good religious jomo manner and tho tho gen- pencil with the ivorld nnd men. In n poison quickly in such election. lather or mother go back on tho look nffect upon tho children after tleman from Kentucky hns tho facts dispatch from Crab Orchard to the T. 1). Newland, T. W. Jones. J. G. nnd good principles born nnd instilled in they had eaten it. one cannot successfully contro- Louisville Post Saturday, a short his V. 1. Livingston, J. M. Ware, them, and if ho does go back on it i Mr. Grove Kennedy is ill with vert them. In 1SJ'J. says thu fuct- - torj of Mr. Kennedy, und his trou R. Jones, C. W. Lovcll, Grimes. J nnd votes for God's worse ci'icmv nnsun.nntn n t.:u i, . handling tcprcscntntivo Iliu army bles is given in connection with the t acaaier Rry-im- t, C. E. Talc, J. W. Whipp, J. W. nml the Devil's best tool "Whisky"' pike. vviw composed of (iL',2oS men nnd notice of his death. The Post ar J. W Rntighmun, W. T. TuckHo is not worthy to bo called a dt-H mmWZmmmmWi officers; in 1000 tho men ticle mad ns follows: Miss Bess Poyntcr, of Mt. Vernon, er, S II. Raughmnn, Win. Rock, W. cent citizen, ttould to God that our 0d,699 nnd officers '2,480; in Crab Orchard, Ky., Feb. 3. Grove t,0 Kuest of jIisg Bcss 1Iolme Mn- (,'. Shanks. A. J. Gooch, W. M. good mothers and their daughters last Stmday.y HtOl there- were '2,U0 officers and Kenned, one nf the most noted W. I'. Dishon, Snin Mnthony, llicny, could yoto in this coming election by Central KenMr. PnurReynolds left for Hamil. .1. T. Dnddorar, James Smith. J. A. 73,lil0 men; by 1000 the number of characters produced It would be tho cause of putting a ton, Ohio Sunday men lind dropped to 71,003, but the tucky, died hist night at his homo on Allen, W. M. McCormack II. II. Mc- stop to this great evil of buying votes Mrs. Claudie Holmes and dangh-Ih- en Whortcr, II. 0. Lutes, .lames McCor- officers hud jumped up to 4,018: his farm near this place, after a it would almost be a ono side. (cr Mamio have gone while in 1010 tho totnls were l,'J7r short illiiChS from double pneumonia to Mobile, Ala., mack, A. R. Spcnrs, E. I. Peyton, question lor the good of our grand to visit her son Charley scvOnly-thir- d 1'rank G rider, 1). S. Riffe, J. S. officers nnd 70,893 men almost Kennedy was in bis old commonwealth. A man that will Mrs. j. E. parrish 'and d ir ami lor years liml liven n fc Mobcrly. K. L. Tanner, J. W. Cock-In- ;, double tho proportion of officers to buy or so . his vote, should bo class- - ,pent thc d men at appeared in tho totnls for thu iHjuceful life, after being pardoned p V. M. Ware S. A. Montgomery! M ed lower than a horso thief. murMonday IL 3 Tanner, T. II. Singleton, W. A. first year named 1899. Tho more by (Inventor Rluckbttrn for tho I was born and partly raised in Mrs. H. R. Spitler from tho Coffey, A. II. Davidson, George Ley one studies these figures the more der of hw uncle, Eb Kennedy, at I may not d.o in the grand ma, at Richmona hag bccn h M. II. Singleton, C. Mobcrly, J. A. renmrkalile they nppenr, and while a Lancaster in 1879. ur old. stnte of Kentucky, but when I n few j, His dentil, while due primarily to lUid, Ellw Walls, M. F. Rynn, K. It. somewhat charitable view of tho mat do, living in or out of jt, I want pneumonia, was hastened by a gen willi'nm nr Lucas, w J. Montgomery, V. r. ter would'possibly charge theso heavy my remains placed in the Untlful' Jones, II. R. Jones, M. U Elliott. M. increnscs of officers to a mistake, in eral breakdown following the death iJuffnlo cemetery besido my beloved ,.,.. K. G. Murtin, F. N. Sims, policy or an error in management, of his sun, Jim Kennedy, in a Thn AffSQa D. Tombs, " nt Frankfort after an operaChristian father and mother, and for C Y. Montgomery, O- - W. Montgom- tho plain truth can be. nnd shonld . of.uc i ery, O. C Dnlion, L. E. True. Alvnb be, stated in this sentence: The plnccs tion for appendicitis. joct to the action of the Democratic the fuct that be was to Kennedy's wife lies at the point of party. M$. Puryear is very well both offices. as I cannot voto nnd to show tho gimtf, Lucas Cleo Thomas, W. A. Cundiff, oi nuirers arc needed for relatives death nt this time. She nnd three nnd favorably Hon-ukt- t, MjoQ v-- ; r- -i or friends of rich or otherwise inJ, 1L Floyd, J. I. Riffe, J. M. . As an attorney Judge Puryear is good people how I stand in this great known nnd starts off Isaac Shelby, J. K. Raughmnn, fluential men. Heat nTound the bush, sons, Hill, Faulkner and Ren, were his race with the kindly consideration considered ono of the most, capable ": Eflward Alcorn, Chas. Wheeler, W. argue all you pleae, theorize to the nt his bedside when be passed away. of all who know him, Ho is in every in the district. I am in hope that they will carry M:QQ v His practice has In the early eighties Grove Kenve a temper, H. Kipncv, Josiah liishop, Jaiuea limit but that is tho plain truth. If way qualified well for the office he been varisd and extensive, and by the good cause by a largo nnques- - lance Powell, John J. Russell, E. B. PowI have been in uch men as Mr. Helm can do nway nedy was the most prominent figure seeks. this fact is very ably qualified to tionable majority: - -- "ernoon. Baptist in Kentucky's criminal record. In R. 0. Gover, E. S. rith these methods enn brinir ell, W. If. Crab Orchard for a week on business. well it was nhnui 1870 he had a quarrel with his uncle, as The following from the Danville represent the Commonwealth attended by both white Powell, S. P. Stephenson, W. M. the and d reform whicli in this Eb Kennedy, over the affairs of his Messenger, one of his home papers, prosecutug attorney. As a citizen he The uncalled for tragedy that took (,mck Myers, G. C. Riffe, . G. McKinncy, ,, , i ecch is so forcibly nbown to be wife, is a mun of sterling qualities and is piace uere a iew weess ago was mo Saunders oi Stone, Ky., and when the men met in Lan- will give Lincoln county voters nn K. 0. Gillilnnd, C. M. Estes, R. E. necessary i tho country will npplnud caster they had n personnl encoun- index to the regard in which he is well known among hit acquaintances cause of the untimely death of the Sflwdl. A. L. Foster. L. G Gooch, nnd bo mightily plensed. 1,n,,hfi'' f- Sanders. for his high type of character and bravo town marshal and another, So will (lie ter. Later they met in front of the held in bis home: F. F. Mobcrly, I. C. Singleton, J. T. writer hereof. Vater: SnutI 'eft Tuesday man. There wero two widows nnd 12 court honso nnd Grove shot his uncle Judge K. V. Puryear, of this city, integrity always taking stand for orphan children left to mourn the1,;? Ellis, J II. Wheeler, W. U. Sprudliu, Sm where" he wfll . dead. lie bad previously been told in this issue makes known to the what is just and right. As a prose- loss of their husbands Plato Cullip. I). W. Caldwell, Jos. Plrs,tlon' and fathers,! CONCRETE PAVEMENTS cutor for this city he has been very wnnl 3Ioore hns thnt the uncle would kill him on voters of the lllth. judicial district Phelps'. Viil Fnguelv. I. R. Williams, Pn to Ok- diligent in seeing tlmt tho law is en- Good citizens say that this snd oc-- 1, , sight. K. W. May. II. IL Singleton. A. L. that he is n candidinte for the Demonas Up and Down Main Street Ordered o.cr JUiy votes forced, and even tho violators know After the shooting Grove escaped cratic nomination Singleton, I). 0. Gondii, It. 1). Muncic for Common m this district to change their votes By City Council. to Crab Orchard, Rill Dillion, of Lon- wealth's Attorney, and it is a pleas that they would secure a square deal GENERAL NEWS NOTES. J. I. Padgett, Geo. II. Ott, T. J. at his hands. Doyle county has fail in favor of tho good cause. don, tells now- and then the storv of Onodc, .Ins. Padgett, W. 1). 1). Nnys, The next good news nnd the best onerete pavements up and down Kennedy's escape ,and says the fnet ure and a honor to Tho Messenger ed to secure her pro rata of office John W. McCttlloch, of Owensboro J. J. Orrutt, .1. II. Kidd, W. JL Kidd, Mnin htreet to announce thnt Mich a man hns in this from ono end of thn is not generally known, but it wns in district, and in the announcc- - of news, I am in hojics thnt I will it is reported is Clay Williams, J. II. Perkins, E. proffered his service to the citizen merit of Judge without opposition town to the other at all Puryear she has good hear after landing back in Montgom- - lor Republican. J. J. Ilurteson, E. J. Surlier, walks nro not already points, wheiu his hugvy that Grove managed to of this district in this capacity. National Committeecry, Ala., will bo that Lincoln-name- d chance to claim the honor of havlaid except evade the sheriff nnd get nwav to i). Jacobs, Virgil McMulliu, Gnrlund Judge Puryear is the first to enone ot our most honored presi man for Kentucky, to succeed A. R. :n front ..f the home of T. J. Hill Lincoln county, where ho went intol ter tho rncc for this position ns ing the Commonwealth Attorneyship. lor - has Singleton, Green MuMullin. J. L. dents.cone dry by u large ma iMirnnm ot itihcmond. nenr uie comer or Mam Stret und fmlini.'. Tho Frisco, Louisville & Nnshvillo Loveless, V. M. Kubnnks. J. M. Reyprosecuting attorney for the Comjority nnd there will be great reHusfonvillo avenue, and owned by Mr AGAINST RED HOT STOVE After shooting Kh Kennedy Grove nolds, W. It. Singleton, W. P. Ciun- - M. I). Illinois Central and Rurlington railmonwealth and wo feel assured that joicing throughout tho Promise Land tcn, 4. I.. Kounu, D. T. Koynolds, meeting Elmore, ueic ordered lit a was captured and taken to the hotel bo will still bo leading for entries Drnkeman Stephenson bridge Kentucky by God's feurihg. law- roads will build a three-mil- e was Thrown of tho City Council on Inst for safekeeping. As ho passed A. J). Morgan, It. . Dullard. C, (I. at Padtteah ut a cost of f 1,500,000, when tho ballots arc counted. He abiding people. v And Badly Burned. Thursday night, tho regular meeting along tho passage going to a room Culdwell, I) X. Perry. R. Curtis A. Gov, Folk, is nn address beforo is well known to the people of the WILL G. 'McKINNEY. J. Johnson, C. M. DieKcrson, J. W. night. There i much complaint about where he was to be confined his wife district on nccottnt of his extensive the Rrynn Club at Joplin, Mb. an- -i W. T. Stephenson of Maywood, hnnded him a revolver. It was conGooch, J. It. Kevins, W. II. Single- the puwment in front of Mr. nounced his candidacy for presideat. Mth FOR ROOSEVELT property being on too slanting cealed under his coat, nnd nftcr 'be law practice, which practice bespeaks brakes on this division of the L. & ton, J. A. Hays. J. T. Roberts, A. IJ. Ten men are on trial at London, of his legal ability, lie has been en N'., sustained very painful, though n grade, hut inasmuch as this brick ing lett nlone, with ono giinrd. Grove Caldwell, J. W. Peterson. J. A charged with illegally detaining nt gaged in tho pruclieo of his profes- luckily not serious injuries, in a According to County Jndge Roscoe II. Sweeney, Cyril Johnson, pavement was put down only a few held him up nnd made his way to tho sion for twelve years, being associat- slight wreck up tho road last week. Tnrtnr, of Pulaski county, Pulaski labor a score or more of negroes. Ray Johnson, J. L. Itiiiwu, S. ('. iikii nun is Ki in in trood con livery stable where Rill billion's Tho pension appropriation bill, ed with Attorney Robert Harding. He wns riding in thc caboose at tho county is overwhelmingly in favor of carrying $152,000,000, W. M. Murphy, I). If Flint. 0. dition, the council will not order it horse nnd buggy stood. He mnnnged passed the rebuilt with concrete, just nt present. to disguise himself and climb into During that period of practice he has time. In some, way the airbrake fail- tho nomination of Theodore Roosevelt T. Murphy, G. W. Leiieh, It. t Gilli-hinHouse. A provision of tho bill aboli lie question ot extending water the buggy beside Dillion. Tho two served as County Judge of Royle ed to work, and tho train broko in ns the Republican candidate for Pres ishes seventeen J. H. Diiiilap, 0. A. Walter, W. pension agencies, one drovo through the crowd and tho of- county and City Attorney of Danville two. Tho cabooso was jammed idont. Hu said a poll of tho county 1 KoYten, Josinh Singleton. A. (I. plugs and elect lie lights out Lancasficers, nnd were soon clear of Lanagainst the end of the freight and showed thnt the Republicans were of which is located in Louisville. Ruulup, Mm it in Singleton, Hub Jen- ter street to the Laud addition was kins. R. G. llogue, .1. A. Johnson. I), discussed by the City Fathers. That caster, and on their . wnv to Crab sons wero.cmbroilcd in killing scrapes Mr. Stephenson was hurled against for Roosevelt in tho ratio of 30 to 1 . PUBLIC SALE! Once in Lincoln county, and threo of them were in tho peni a red hot stove. His fuco was badly nnd that the samo was tmo all over A. riingloton, C. M. Ydiiuy, G. ,cuch, section of tho city is being built up i Mellaril. Kennedy took to the liiishes nnd re tentiary at ono time for killings. burned-anthn Eleventh district, Judgo Tartar, R. F. Rest, W. K. Cuniion, CI. II. lit such a rapid rate tlmt thcro is bruised on tho left side, Jesse D. Wearen. Grove spent much of the latter part tho injury being so painful that he said that ho had received priva'to Cannon, W 1). Lnswell, W. I). John- need for better lighting and water mained an outlaw for months. The Insurance Man, will offer at Gov. MeCreary offered $500 re- of his lif trying to secure their re- was compelled to lay off and seek advices that Col. Roosevelt would en son, Dillnnd Gooch, W. Y. Lund, W. facilities in the new section. Mayor ter tho contest for the nomination. Publie or privnte salo at his offico R. Smith, J. H. Foster, J. II. Woods, Florence1 appointed tho Councilmen ward for his capture, nnd finally lease, nnd nt the timo of his death uiedicnl attention. Judgo Tartar is ono of tho most ac- in Stanford, Ky., or nt any plaeo in J. N. Car(er, K. S. Aleorn. ns u coiiiinitlec in investigate nnd re- George Hunter, Marshal of Hards-tow- Faulkner nnd Rill wore oui on pa undertook to bring him in. role nnd wero nt his bedside when OUGHT TO HAVE IT HERE. tive and prominent Republicans: in Lincoln, Gnrrnrd, Casoy or Boyle port nt tho next mecing. Tho Fithc Eleventh district and is thinking counties. Ky., every day in the year PUBLIC SALE! CommittcQ was instructed to Hunter disguised himself nnd went tho cud came. nance (Danville Messenger.) into tho wilds of Lincoln, nnd after Jim died recently while under con investigate the accounts of tho Po The Stanford peoplo nro making of making tho rnco for Congress the Home Insurnnco Co., of N. Y. ninny exciting experiences finally viction for tho killing of Estes, in nn effort to I will offer sale at my homo nenr lico Judge's office for the past yenr. Farm Policies secure a day electrio against Caleb Powers. got the drop on Grovu after waiting Crab Orchard. Tho evidence in this Covering livo stock, fara wagons Mt. Salem ou current. When they get the great weeks for his opportunity to catch case always mndo many people think GEOGRAPHICAL ACCURACY and vehicles ng.iinst fire, lightning MRS. J. D. EADS convenience and necessity, they'll HURT Saturday, Feb. 17, '12 him nlone. Tho outlaw was constant. thnt ho had been unjustly convinced unil windstorms, either ou or off Mrs. J. I). Ends met with a pnin-fwonder how they ever got along with All of my personal property conA paper records 'the interesting ly in company of friends nnd sup- ns ho and Estes wcro shooting nt your out it. In Danville, tho day current fact thnt accident Friday evening. Sho porters, sisting of 1 brood mare a young woman was last woild. premises, any place in tho nnd it wns n hard matter each other, when Estes fell. It was is Covering grain and seeds of ns muck needed as tho night ser- week with foal; 1 coining filly wns just Blurting homo from her to get him where ho would not kill n case of shot in tho enst. Tho surgical but Jim's re- vice. In fnct so many places son's, Sam Ends, who lives ou the tho officer. of and anatomical loro at our disposal nil kinds, while in dwellings grana1 horse, n good one, Finally Hunter Lnntnster pike, some three miles drop and forced Grovo to got the putation went against him nnd ho business hnvo found electrio power docs not help us to immediately lo ries barns, Cribs, or in stacks. laged work borae, 1 surrender went up. shock or sack, ou premises. the most reliable and satisfactory, cate tho position cow, a good one, 1 yearling heifer, from town, when her horso beenmo Tho prisoner wns taken to Lancnster of tho wound, but No father was ever more faithful steam and gasoline engine nro wo are icminded of unnmnngenblo nnd bIio wus pitched and tried and civen Terms of Sale.1 all my household furniture and farma life sentence. to bis offspring Cinn Mr. Kennedy that a tilt that once out of her buggy Theso combined poliices will bo at Hor A 'now trial and chnngo of venuo to when his threo boys wero in trou the exception instead o ftho rule. ing tools to numerous to mention. Jocciirred between a reporter and a 1 will offer for left arm wns broken just abovo tho Rockcnstlo county resulted in his At the same-tim- e (proofreader who was moro of a pro- - a uniform prieo guaranteed us low re. ble. Never wns there a meeting of wnst, her right thumb was badly ceiving a sentence of 21 years in that tho Prison Commissioners but that PREACHERSVILLE Dale my house with four acres of ciMnn than most proofreaders, even, as can bo obtnined. land near Mt. Salem, Ky. IIouso sprained nnd she suffered other cuts county. Ho went up about tho be tho old man was on hand interced Mrs. J. J. Thompson and littlo nnd a jrrim old maid to boot. The Auctioneer. coatains 6 rooms, good 'roll ot water und bruises. Dr. Brown was called ginning ot Gov. Luko P. Rluckburn's ing for his sons, and seeking their daughter, Lucilo were guests of Mt. reporter wrote thnt "Mr. Mngill's son No auctioneer required as everyone and dressed the wounds nnd raado term, nnd remained in the peniten- release. at door. no had tho satisfaction Vernon relatives. Littlo Miss Allio wps badly burned by nn electric wiro can see tho advuntiigo of ii polioy Terms made known on day of her as comfortable us ho could but tiary until the last few days of Gov. of knowing thnt all woro frco beforo May, Rio daughter of Mr. and Mrs. in tho West End." Tho maiden proof-- covering every hour of the day. asd 6bo was suffering considerably Sat- niackbum's services snlo. L. Thompson accorapaincd them, as Governor. tho cud came and this was a great render affixed this sarcastio query every day of tho yeur as compared A. I. AUSTIN, Mt. Salem, Ky. urday morning and will likely be Ono of his Inst official acts was to satisfaction in his last days, even Miss Wnday May Thompson visit- - to the mnrgin of the proof: "Will with thu policy tbut covers bny confined to her bed for sorao time. grant Kennedy n pardon. thoueli nnn liml nnnaeil on over thn ed her aunt Mrs. Carrio Lenvcll, nt you kindly inform no whioli is the while- nt home in the barn. , A bill was introfluced ia the Ken- - Tho animal sho was driviujr was not After being released Kennedy re- - river beforn him. Lancaster. WCst end of Mr. MagHl's sont" To Address Jesse D. WearM v tucky legislature last week taxing n dangerous one but sho lost control turned to Lincoln, and for years he A lnnro number of friend an.1 which the reporter promptly replied "The Insurance Maa." bachelors from 10 to 20 cents each, of him in her effort to catch a hot- - had lived peaceably and with tho re- - Joved ones attended the funeral and Ilio groundhog saw his shadow in wnlinir. "Tho west end of Mr. Office 'Pbonn No. ia. the revenue to. b ujed for school tie of medicine that tva rolling' out ' spect of his neighbors. Ho had many paid the last tributes to his mem- - Friday and the coal men chuckled Magill's 6on is tho end tho son sets Residence j Thone No. 30. purpeMt. naIs ond troubles. Thre0 of his ory. with B'ce. j on." Exchange. STANFORD, KENTUCKY . or x" v"10'0, Determined Werkers Temperance Have A Fair Election Next T -.. at Washington. tux-pnye- rs bnldinj; th latter offico nt the prcs- - TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM cnt tunc. Ho was appointed by Gov. Heck- The Woman's Tcmpcrnnco Com- ham upon the death of Judge Iteid mittco desires to stuto to tho pnblio Popular Danville Lawyer, is Can- Nichols to fill tho unexpired term of that thoy hnvo secured a splondid , ...... didate For Commonwealth's ti. t.. -.... r ... m. uu.u., t...i- - .I !.. .. !vi,:t,:, . t..D unc-i- oi. Baioons in Attorney In This District, nun K'l'ireitll mill jluniuuil. iOI- unu, tu liu KlVUIl Ul IUO OPCTtt lowing tho expiration of his judgship nouse, iimrsuay night, Fcoruary 8. , o ery mucii desire a house crowd-vill- c Hon Emmelt V. one of ho wns elected city attorney of Dan- nnd wns recently to.eu to witness this exhibit. A small tlu best known lawyers nt tho Danville bar, in this issue of the In- succeed himself to that office. As lauiiiinsion feo will be charged, to It will be an cduon- terior Journnl, announces his candi an official his efficient conduct of .Pa' "penses dacy for tho position of Common tho affairs of tho county nnd cityitlont'0 tllc children ns well as grown (Como "d bring your neigh- wealth's Attorney in this, tho Thir elicited ligh praise and common- 'Ricd Ly Committee Chair- teenth Circuit Court district, sub- - dtition, which has been evidenced byl'"'" EMMETT PURYEAR ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY BLACKBERRY JAM FATAL J T0 TW0 EAST END CHILDREN .i,,u --- ..... Pm-ycnr- W . m ur-rv- 'J,-1- niim-hcT- r Jlir'j.HB ;1 'rtl 'f ,lh j i. - Nor-Stanfo- rd. ho-pit- nl J, ... nr. h i.. . SLSfJSSi .' ,, 3K $ '- -I g" ,.t" J818 old via m n mueli-iienle- VV I L L,,f i - n, Al-fo- d, ia d n, ul self-defens- e, four-ycur-o- ld four-year-o- ld heud-foremo- i5 'v ':S rr P F. it' $;.;; .t ., ..Aj. v v 'r- - r.J f - THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. ' U ti convention nnd acquire vantage EiUbllthed 1172 whence it enn defeat the will of tho frrrnt mass of tho pnrty, nnd ho is M. AUFLEY,...Publlhtf ,ho ony mnn tnnt enn choko tho .fH ecrpents off the party, it win Dccorao JHT'A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE jrapcrntivo for him to do it. """ However, Wilson is now so far in ' IMtil at the reetofflce at Blon- - (j)e jcnj tnRt j,i3 nomination is now M eeen4 clue mall. almost assured, und certain it will go to him if tho Wall street crowd continue to fire their batteries for ANNOUNCEMENTS, c.. POLITICAL . him. Thoro must bo no moro of that 1804 business. And ho way to Cwieflwealth's Attorney. Fsr , prevent it is to find out whom Wall EmmH PMrvear. nf ItOVlC. nn strct docs not want, ana men go nattacea hi9 candidacy for common-.realth- 's ahead and nominate him. Attorney of tho Thirteenth And we know Wall street docs not (5nit Court District, subject to the j Woodrow Wilson, but the peo jieuoa oi ine ueraocraua pie do, nnd they are grimly resolved to have him. Far County Juste. ' T. A. RlCe announces his candi- A. C. ROIINSON'S WILL Hmcy for County .Tudjre of Lincoln wuBty, wbjoct to the action of the 'Vlweeratic party. Filed For Probate At Lancaster Last M. F. North adnounces his candi-jifte- y Week Its Previsions for County Judge of Lincoln .jMtuity, subject to the action of the The will of the late A. C. Robinson, Deaoaratio party. was filed for probate at Lancaster " For Jailer. last week. The instrument in chief his ww dated Sept. 18th 1905 but there announce Fevton Parrlsh "Andidacy for Jailer of Lincoln were several codicils of minor lmpor-itount- y, subject to the action of the tance of later date. Messrs. J. Y. Itobyison 'and J. B. Paxton were Democratic party- George DeleraY announces bis named as executors of tho for Jailer of Lincoln coun TOent nnd Messrs J.Y., nnd J.E. Rob-i- y subject to the action of the demo- i, tn,.nA ,ip. jttttic partv. "d.op tho benefit of their mother,-candidate for Dink Farmer is ana i was ine reijui-s- ui mi. idler of. Lincoln county subject to inson thnt no bond bo required of ibe action of tho Democratio party. these gentlemen. After several minor bequests, inFor Magistrate cluding gifts to servants nnd cer J. T. Roberts announces his can childidacy for Magistrate in the Stan tain personal belongings to his dren, Mr. Robinson willed his houselord district, subject to the action of hold effects to his wife; he owned liie Democratio Party. 75 shares of 'bank 6tock as follows: J...WM. FieWs announces his candi- 40 shares in the Merchants & Methe Stanford chanics Bank of Columbus Ga., 20 dacy for Magistrate in ,,'iatrict, subject to the action of the shares in the Fourth National Bank . 'ewocratio Party. of Columbus, Ga., and 15, shares in the National Bank of Lancaster. He devised that the dividends accruing HE "INTERESTS" ARE AGAINST W00DR0W WILSON from this stock should go to his wife lifetime, and at her death Writing from Washington, D. C, during her' should be divided among avo'yaTd, tlie fhm'ous Newspaper the stock his children. He also devised that urrespondent said: bo placed in the not precisely revealed whom the sum of $5,000, It is hands of the trustees, the income 'ig Business is for; but is azactly jurealed who Big Business is against from which should go to his wife, nnd no devised mat in ine t is against Wilson. In 1901 Big in a codicil did not deem this sufwife Cosiness spread itself and spent its event his an additional $5,000, .oney to nominate Parker, an excel- - ficient, thnt should be set aside in the same mannt man, by the way, but as soon ns during go to fa' was nominated Wall street shut ner the proceeds to death her printhe life and nt her mon-.'- y, her It contributed r like, a clam. divided among his barrels of if, to nominate the tict- - cipal should beresidence on Richwhen it was nominated it children. His . and he gave to lied the republican campaign chest mond, street in Lancaster overflowing, and it h a positive his wife during her lifetime and at i.i In anothnet that Cortelyou had at command her death to her children.sum of the" $200 boodle that er codicil he devised in 1904 ii Mark Hanna had to the Chrstian Church Orphans .vafted even that Homo at Louisville, Ky. The re.'i 1890. payWall street is trying to play that mainder of his estate after the ment of all legacies, his debts and tmin 1912. Every mother's son tbe costs of administration, he left ) them who is a child of Cain is gainst Wilson, for well they know to his children, share andjshare alike. t "wt his is a stout heart and a heavy The sensation in political circle ind. This country needs a Presi- -' nt who will appoint a Secretary last week was the break between Gov. ' Treasury whose first act will be HarveyWilson, of New Jersey, Col editor of Harper's Weekly ( sever the wire that connects that ,! easnry with the Najional City ns reported by Col. Wnttcrson ediCourier-Journa- l. ' nk of New York. The Democratio tor of the Louisville Gov. Wilson ho not given his arty has the opportunity to do it. .Ul fitreet knows who is its arch version of the incident. He has been both criticised and eulogized for his 'my. The writer of this i3 of very small action. What effect it will have upportance; but some folks read my on his political fortunes remain to Wnttcrson thinks tuff. And right here I want to make) bo scenT Col. .n.ifession and apology. It was. a that the incident shows Governor more of in 1896 i' stake we made It was when we Wilson to abestatesman, a schoolmas- a remaps Bryan. blunder ter than osed a would not bo a bad ving the proportions of a crime, 'schoolmaster it was a sore blunder when we thing for the nation at the present Veered, him in 1008. We are not 'time, if he should teach the right 'ng to' do it again, and for one, I political lessons in the right way. ready to serve notice on Big Certainly, we are too tar along in siness that if it won't have Wilson I our progress ns a nation to count shall have Bryan. We can't elect inovlnntary "obligations" to politi- yaller dog this year, but we can ' cians and newspapers superior to a public servant's duty to the people, '.t either of these. 1 know Mr. Bryan has taken him- - and it looks very much as if that out of the calculation: but he were the issue. Christian Evangelist ' The Interior JJournal. S iC".' nnd if . O Ci oooooatfSKmoaaoo TEMPERANCE COLUMN fffr 0 This apnea is engaged by the Tcmpcrnnco Committee of Lincoln County. ilJ To Vote Against Saloons, Vote Your Ticket Saturday Like This: "ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF THE SALE, BARTER OR LINCOLN LOAN IN COUNTY, KENTUCKY VINOUS OR puj. .,. instrti-iyujdida- cy ,.,, (. More nnd more fully arc tho vot crs of Lincoln county becoming cor.- inccd that tho open saloon it an evil not to bo tolerated ngain within our bounds. Moro nnd inoro fully tho conviction tnkes hold on them thnt it is nn unnecessary evil nnd thcrcforo there is no good nrgumcti for any form of license. The campaign now closing hns been ono of The evils inseparable education. from the Baloons nro seen to be esIn the sential and not accidents. light of whnt hns been snid every same mnn ought to be able to see the n business that presents to many men nn irresistible opportunity to spend Money whb'a thy have no right to ppend in thnt wny, that gives men nn easy opportunity to weaken themselves physically nnd mentally, that breaks down moral rcstrnint nnd becMKB a center of harmful influences is not a business that can claim a right to live ngain in our midst. The right wny to deal with evil is not to dress it up and throw a clonk of responsibility about it by giving it tho protection of legal stnndin?, but to out law it nnd ninke indulgence in it as disreputa-bl- o and shameful ns possible. Let ns make the traffic itself contempt ible in the eyes of nil men. If theso nro your sontiments nnd convictions don't fail to mnko them tell by registering them nt the polls on Saturday. FROM LOCAL COURT RECORDS. Over Coats There never was a time when over- coaU were NEEDED MORE than this zero weather, and never a time when we were more anxious to sell them. OF ' SPIRITOUS, MALT LIQUORS? SION YESQ NO THE PROVIOPTION OF THE LOCAL LAW AND PROHIBITION SHALL APPLY TO DRUGGISTS. ANOTHER BIG TEMPERANCE RALLY HIGH HONOR FOR STANFORD HIGH SCHOOL University ef Virginia Accredits One Free Scholarship to Splendid Local Institution. A signal honor was conferred upon the Stanford High School last week when tho University of Virginia granted an accredited school scholar ship to this institution noted for its good work. Bupt J. W. Ireland has been striving to mako this school tecond to none. Ho has been in cor-- u respondence with tho nuthoritics iu tho University of Virginia for some time and tho followng letter is self explanatory. J. W. Ireland, Stnn-mod f0rd, Ky., Dear Sir. I beg to vi8c you that it gives us much pleas-wre to confcr n scholarship upon tho stnuford High School, Very truly, CunSi 0. Mnphis, Chm'n Com. on Scholarship. Thomas P. Bright is making a 8picndij rcconl m the university and ,howB vM th(J resulu o tra5ning ra ,ho ,ocal u h 8chool Dnlv fiv nrhnnla n th. of Kentucky have this accredited school scholarship in this time honored institution which shows how Stanford's school stands. Louisville and Hop- ... .. ansv," arc among the number. st nd-fmas We Want the Money Not the overcoats and we are going to make the price CONVINCE YOU. Our heavy, long wool coats that we have sold this season at $15, $20 and $25 and they were worth it too to day we will sell to you at $11, $14, and $1 7.50. We have a good stock of Cra- venette or Raincoats, worth in gold y 12.50, 17.50, $20 and $25. we price them at $8.50, 12.50 $14 & 17.50 Look at them and if they are not Cheap JLET THEM ALONE. -To-da- Young Folks Give Delightful Enter- tainment and Mrs. leauchamp Speaks. Tho second big temperance enter- tninment of the series was held in the opera, house hero last Friday evening. If crowds nro an indicn- tion of interest, nnd interest of votes then the people of Stanford havo right to feel proud of the prohi- bition votes which will bo cast hero Saturday. Tho floor and gallery of the houso wcro crowded to their ut- capacity, many being unuble to standing room. Tho program furnished by the pupils of Misses Ballou nnd Juckson and a chorus of the town singers under the efficient leadership of Mrs. Cnrpen- ter. To them is due in a largo mcas- ure the success of the entertainment The songs were well chosen and dif- ficult and meant hours of practice vu 1,,U3U """ uuu "'" ' took part in them. The program opened with nn "Now Let the Gates of Ileav- en Ring." followed by the scripture rending by Rev. J. J. Dickev, which showed the basis for the total ab- stinence and prohibition plen. After a prayer by Rev. Bruce the chorus with Air. Ireland in the solo part beautifully rendered "O Sing Unto Iho Lord a New Song. ;. fiin k,. Ti.ic man, "Tho Defense of tho Alamo." in which he nbbly drew a parallel between the Alamo with its little band of defenders nnd tho valiant dclondors of the home; n piano sc- - U. S. Marshal Secured Evidence To Arrest "Tiger" Operators Baker Walls, who was.. taken with the blind tiger opUl&Wn to Danville by Deputy U. S. Marshal Coleman, last week, was released under bond furnished by C. . Tate for ap pearance befono the Commissioner on .February J. xnoso who know the history of this case, know that tie will be released when the Commissioner hears the evidence. Bill Murray, the negro who was convicted, for selling wUisky to Abe Gum, was also bnile&'ont' by Denham Bros., his employers, for whom he drives a coal wagon. It develops that U. S. Marshal secured nil of his evidence upon which he swore out warants for the accused from tho records of the city court, the prisoners having been previously convicted there, nnd that he did not ferret out the - tiger1.' operators himself as was tho common impression at the time he made the arrests here. Moreover, there are many other cases on tho records which he did not consider, or swear out warrants for, ono or two of tho offenders being in jail at tho present time, the arrests having been made by Chief of Police B. D. Car ter and the convictions by Judgo Mencfeo. Mr. Carter recently landed in jail Ed Sattcri who has been under $75 fine for selling whisky, but had skipped town. Salter slip ped in, intending to got out again if possible, without being seen, and tho Chief pinked him up. Chief Carter says that if the good people of the town who want tho "tigers" cleaned up will only with him, he will do evervthinc in his nowcr to wipe them out. to UJ Rn an-teh- AN ORDINANCE. An ordinance requiring a concrete pavement to bo laid on portions of the south sido of Main street in ke",Uckj: St!for C'ty Council of the city of c,Th, it,- ri. H. J. McROBERTS StanfordKy. i COLT FUTURITY Announced By Catalogue Committee of K. P. Fair. i.t : & u Rubbers W hav mmy kind of Rubber you can wish for. RuJb loots, Rubber Arctics, Rubber Sandals. Cola top Saadale, Kubber Shoe,Felts. AM f tkttt are the selected Ball Band goods. We are eele agents. o o a o m o SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky 1 t Tho catalogue committee of the Knights of Pythias fair, is announcing a 'Colt Futurity as one of the most attractive features of the splendid program which will be given. Nominations for mares are being received now, and so much interest is being taken in it by the many breeders if good stuff in Lin-ci- ln and adjoining counties, that it is believed the nRMunt of tbe stako will go as high as $100 Mares must be nominated by March 15th when a payment of $1 roust be made, .bach mare s name nnd color nnd the name of the horse to which she was bred in 1911 must accompany the entry fee. On May 1th a payment of $2 mast be made on each mare an owner desires to keep eligible On August 15th the week before tbe fair, the cols ted mi of the foal mnst be given and a fee of 2 paid. This is the final fee, making fo in all. The money will be divided into'foar prizes on a basis of 40 per rent to first; 25 per cent to second; 15 "per cent to third arid 10 per cent, to fourth. It is planned to open a mule colt futurity upon the same basis, in view of the Very hkh , . .. mi. naia nyima joanpsiero wnci are I produced in thU section. 1? f? 8utl! xfT.hat PortIn ?f s'do of street in btnnford . . Kentucky which is in front of the i. .ChntonCc; residence ?2i G. G. Per- Mm,SOn Brg.h ' r.v nnd also that portion of the south which falll? of Mn,n T scct in btnnford Ken- a ii....i i. t.v ..! tneky which begins nt and includes :.: 2L. playing "Rain Drops the residence of Mrs. 1. A. Brown I'The results of Treating" by now occupied by her and Dr. J. F. Elizabeth Higgins was deservedly Peyton and extending to and includapplauded and tho chorus then snng ing tho property of Baptist Parsonauother of their beautiful selections age, but excluding the property, of "He is the Kiss of tho Kingdom," C. R. Coleman, be paved a concrete Harry Rcinhnrt and Miss Josephine pavement in accordance with the Carpenter nro deserving of special specifications and require praise for the skill with which thev plans, f 8,C,C,,ion of tho. Printt;d played their pieces a Mazurka and ordinance is .i i. l mumiiy ""! ""u r i ,in,f k.. respectively. John M. Waters' read- The widest of said pav. cment 13 to .W"TI, Dnnk Demon" was con- - .cc nnd remnin tho same as pres- uncing and the song 'Then U0 turn cnt cnt now ,ocntcd mM . our Glasses up side down" by the airat , ., ... .. ;, " " lDC "pm children of the second grade was one herebv ordered. iceeived with much enthusiasm. I Tho grade of said pavement is to A special nnd unexpected trCat lis, ihn enmn na 4lin4 nP 1.a ' ....A was the short talk by Mrs. Frances ;n front of ,he t tImt pro)crty y lhe Prad0 5n front TOlfnrT the property Pcmpcrance peo- ! ..... u t na P1o are always glad to hear this ,' Z" Pevton i, m t7r f, famous W. C. T. U. leader. Her talk , V ,C over the alley was pithy and went to the root of f'!,th things. She says blind tigers mean 21 TnC? ""' -"" lono 0Ul"aisl blind officers and blind officers, I corner ""?'" present grade hV,nH .. 4 nn D 4i, 1 rid of the much complaint of. tigers is Jor the voters to wake up and J, ,"l ""'"'. "uu "uul "" """ off street open their eves. The whisky ship- - end, of tho cross,nff on ped into dry' territory, often in vio- - f.nd on 8omo.,evel wth it a straight lotion of the interstate laws is not ",c lo a P,nl on ,cvel wun 801"" crssin(? from front of II. C. so much for the money tho whisky end houscB get out of it as it is to break tndcrson's store room on said street down public sentiment and make Jnn(I ro,n that P'nt Loftau street axn street to pavement on some people believe that prohibition ' over doesn't prohibit. Of courae. it south side of same in a straight linn pavement in front of doesn't entirely, neither does the law to tne 'ov' agatnst murder , etc., but it is cer- lot of C. R. Coleman. tainly helps as is shown by the fact The work hereby ordered is to be that in prohibition states the aver dono by nnd at the expense of the age consumption of whisky per enp-it- n owner of the land fronting nnd for a year is 1 2 gallons and nbntting the pavement ordered to be in wet states 22 gallons. She constructed ns provided by Inw withsays there are only two dangers to in thirty days after tho service of n Lincoln county in this fight, viz: copy of this ordinance on them, nnd Over confidence of the temperance tho cost of same is to be apportionparty nnd the danger the election ed among them as required by lnw may be stolen. The program closed This ordinance shall be in fnrre with an appropriate chorus. "The nnd effect from and after its publivictory may depend on you." cation by certified copies being past, ed at three or more public pieces in A WARNING A6AINST WET FEET the corporate limits of the city of Wet and chilled feet usually afStanford Kentucky. fect the mucous membrane ef the A. B. FLORENCE, Mayor. nose, throat and lungs and 1rime L. R. HUGHES, Clerk. bronchitis or pneumonia way1 reraltl Watch carefully, particularly the children, and for the racking etne-i. O. CARTER born coughs give Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It aoothee the LIVERY AND PEED STABLE membrane; and heab the, eoajths qniehiy. Take so sobttitate. TANPORfc KY Sbagara and Tanner. f',"nford "V". d fit" tl 'J,Z Tf ZLJ """" SOMETHING NEW A Wickless Coal Oil Stove. Call and see it. ""i ..,,.,.,,,.. - h.v-la- ,,4- ,,, J h, ,; j1 W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. vn """ fL, T 2 ".ng I1 i1" ' OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT We consider the most important part of our business. It is well stocked with the purest and freshest of Drugs and Chemicals that can be obtained, and is complete in every particular. ' 1- -2 a Our customers may rest assured that any they bring to us will be accurately compounded. t pre-script- ioa r. Hsu' Peurtry art Steele Fete , !Pnny's 7)rugtorf, Stmnfirtl, JCtntucky. ed 1 "I HI- 1C ' 1 ' WJ vi 4 f fHE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUB NAL STANFORD; KENTUCKY fciOOlOttljOOi&O WW .ELECTION a m o o o g w M 000000CO0 O M 3 Stanford Opra Hose, Tuesday, February 6, '12. numifirinmi enr vnmumu wmawmenu THOMAS Only A Day And Night to New LOUISVILLE & Orleam cc You Will o n O NASHVILLE RAILROAD. Q o o o .VI o o THE ACT OF CHOOSING! o ow s tne time to step into our 0 M place and chocse yourself anew J! suit at a price that will surprise w you. a O NOTICE O B What it Will Cost To O w Monday Feliruary 19 O fat d Qras TWO BIG DAYS FEBRUARY 19 ANO 20. Tuesday February 20 Parade of H.SEWELL, Presents Arrival of THE ROMANTIC COMEDY DRAMA ) REX 2:00 P. M. NEW ORLEANS MOBILE. PENSACOLA REX 10:00 A. M. and COMUS PARADE At Night AN THTIIIIimil EVERYDAY 1 and PROTEUS PARADE At Nljjlit. $19.80 TnkcU Liberal $17.75 $19.45 FROM STANFORD. inHihi'-- GIRL VI l ROUND TRIP flit Mile A Story As Sweet As "Lena Rivers". IIV TIIOS. HOPKINS. A PLAY THAT GRIPS BOTH THE HEART AND THE MIND .1 'i daily I'lbrunix J.I Id I'l SLEEPING CAR FARE $4.00 TO $4.50 EACH WAY Slop-Ovcr- FULL OF FUN, A PLAY PULSAING EVERY MOMENT WITH S gA o Par f heavy shoes can now o be secured at cost ft Limit on Tickets March 10. 1 iL-iii-k .' TO APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST ior (In round trip, Mimutio for five .lay honrd iiml holel-Hnt $1.00 ht ilny in bet pnvnti' Immtus or frJ.UO poi ilnv i lirst-ehwhich niM Uiu Nleepinir i ur icverialioti r.pplx- to ativ ticket net-n-t " r railio.nl iiml iiiilliiinii fnriw. I A. Nashville Itmlrond Company DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET FREE. . n - TENSE. TRUTHFUL. POWERFUL DRAMATIC BRIGHT, WITTY MIRTHFUL COMEDY. EMOTION Cee oiir Bargain Counter of extra good shoes. o :: H mi. .' j, This is the same company that play- u ed LenaRivers here last season. THE KIDNEYS. tnkiiic-- ' HOW COLD AFFECTS in Kmh.wiIIu is nuliuM- - OLLIE JAMMES A STRATEGIST Ji fact that lit U Mi'c pn-- i'til oi tlm lioiird ol Scholar-- I lint mill Cincinnati Southern to Give (N'ew Voik World.) anxcrttont of the Maiiiilnctnix-hihI Wilie .III nit ship At State University. Xenntor A iic- o o o fold if our I.hI-'.- s iIK fMG ui I uid cm; sis vcnsititc. mm. the Lidiu,'.', (blows too much uirk iip'm mTni. nnd we.ikein tin ir n W ltl A 94immt elect f I DIM 1. t.ntW I'rodiii ors Axtociiitioii, biolmlily th n..1 . tiouble aid U.'iitu..kj, h it biK limn hiK aII oxer, lion. bri'intix kidiu Ve are t firlcr A; ami can ilulaler ctahllshra orjfani-'axtio- n 'ot impflvtant foBiiiK-rcm- l BKTriJR for you cum Hrfuht's ibense lun. nsull. l.'KiiniuiK vith J,,, fwt t(M( MHywg W.-- h than aent or commlMlon n uglon, IVIi. 1. I'ri'KuU'iit in Knorillc. Tlif itacuosH of Rc'tren csany luuk. In lth Iiin I,,.,,,), t'xeptin? hU supply .strengthen our kidne., eei i 1 of Index, of the Southern Ilnilwnv tltt Itiind l'on-tli-- r tsilllp Vn c for vLly price im. iniiM liv Company list. pain ii id i of lmir. wlueli i,. t oiup.inx, . M. SABEL & SONS a conferva-li- e the tlm tnueh xoieiie of, build tlici b i p ittiiioitncid IihIiij Unit, us l Inrpelj Inhj Inn by um: 31 4. 33 E. M jrttl JL. 10UISIIUE, KT. I'oln K .Air. Jame e of weight a mount t iiipplcincnliiijj the eten-i- lmsiin--4 ,ilnlit in dirtH-imthe inniiu utinn in runs, niuLS, nuuL. thm luttn would lie 300 nnd h I'illh.Tonie in actioii, rpurk in m wmk Iwinir done hj the Smith- - lui-- l wni-p.'- . )IImik iiml other drpnit h SInignra tc Tanner. ... .... I mo fnt mail at n Irifhi ioor0 than 37o. I. X .... t ni imiiwiij nun .1.. v '.hh nmmi, irciii nt lliis cniupmtx. After th Kentucky Legislature Ilmlwaj, Oilonns & Ten l'n.-ifixiii-iiwiinfnpUin'r in Jmo ilecled Jh. James to the Senate a for the iiihiincuumrit (ifauricullmviu jiluti imv for' oiir few wuek a,, l,e lnunred b.ick to thf tornlory rHVcril ! the lini-- imil tlmir nmiincr of lininlluu thei tlicxp couipnnicn, it !im liwn dv- - tnidc ml Ircntmetst of their cto-inlr- d Wiwhiiucton. wheie he is now serving f ooBOCR'C-4 b to initiiffurntp n mdifilnniliip in nuor i. -- tnlilv wninin.. Iuiiuu ns u Kvproi'iitHtivu from the coiintj.. lie bought Ins (.'ollopc nt from their competitor. Their d the Slnte Agiirulturnl feket nuil ddiijod the puiehiis.j Kentucky. now mid for the piit uro of u .Mr 1'inlev will tnke thij mutter up iiiih'Ii hirsvr liiuii thev hnc it hlecping enr berth until he j;ot urir on the train. nt onee wth the rreHideiit of the Itcew. The conductor j:ne him n hoel; mm ii ultiirnl college. - Miking him to h .howiin; him the diusiam with onpftinit the companies to pay foi the DAVIS' STORE. O OM ly one empty berth, ami that an up-- !. I t m hulnrihip nml to olert the joui'ki .Mr. .JiitiH- -, is not built on nrehi-tutuiMe Your Business will be well cared for and we solicit It. ii II to lie heilelitut tiy it. Mi,.. Aiiiuu Padgett and .Mr. VA Inns adaptable to an turner which to coMr the lullt'M Your Patronage. tti'le lli.ulu one nt the home, berth, ami 'full foiir-vcn- r cour'-o- , h to he aunnl- - of .Mi. nnd .Mi. l'ailj;ett, the hnilc'-- ) all ocitlov cM-- in a lower he holdlneetnn; m the aMe. He cil in nt'coidntiee with pliuis to he Jiaient' , whelc it lew ol then iuot look the upper and wot Led on the Ji.noil upon lictwecu the .of the collcer nml the railway coin- - intiinnle IncuiU wcie pie?.eut. Alter . iup.it lin of tin-- omhutor uud par'-tithe feiemoiiy they were . b to the niott eviieditioiib pauie nnd i to he ,ion to n .mhiiik the ilium' loom u licit' an eiht They fiimus-fi- l the cm and could man Jixidinir in a couiitv Inivered Capital $50,000 Surplus $25,000 iliiuui' ttiii M'tvt'd. Mr. .lone iiml no iii.in ngieeable to a switch h the line of tluve coiiip.iiiic, nml if' .in iiiduMiiout. Imiuu iiiuu and Jrom lower to upper. .Ah. James 'who would othciwisc he finani'iallv 11linile - linih pretty nml popi.lar took up the ipic- -t himelt anil in the TJcKcts on sale February T3, !4, 15, 16, 17, IS and 19 jKle to iimiiI hiiie-i'lof mi iJtit Iiiite a ho-- t ot lllemU who -- inokiii ilepintmciit olteud tm a A- - -- oon ns Mr- idle:c imiiLC. Cood Itturnlni; onttl March 2, 19127 with frlvllte or Ixttniloa lo them hct ttiihe-- , lor a loiijr low ct. No ,t.tl;er.. jriitwiuent- - lme lien definitely )er. hnpjiN lite. Thej will mmiii Iimvu STOr OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS When bedlime cime Mr. J.iiucn ife led, full di'lnil-- i a- - to the '.ehular- - and for IIIukhi wheie the will make .ulked slowly into the car ami FOR FULL PARTICULARS, CAll ON ANY TICKET ACENT. OR WRITE Uhii to lie fiwmdi'd will lie nnuoillierd their V. A. lir.CKI.rR. Inline home. II. C KIS(J, down in hi-- , vtetion, dKcoii'-olate- . A I'aiwnrrr vJ Tl.ktl stnt. Utnaa! I'vnf cr Atcnl, IMoxd .Morgan is lejuieinj; ocr the dppt-little" man. weight about lV, ONLY ONE "BEST" I IQI U Mln Slrwt. I olntlon. K. I1'. Incitli llulUinc. Llnclnnitl. O. i.nnwii ol iittiu gul at lu- - homo ",OK ,,I oiuxiik huh ue w.t-- , Stanford cPopIc Give Crotllt Where "" 's'i'day inj;ht. Whilo.lohu .Mann- - the owiu-- of the lowtr beilh in that , ,,,""'M- - "," l1'1 the air over "clin. Crctlil Is DllC. iU lh uinwil ot a ten pound Imj. The' The poller came to make up the '! 0 I'luidi u hen lie lowered (lie top .Iicll win he cMlltd hplirtiiiii Jr.. "'"i'li l"i-t'i- tiii,ioid bo MiflVr of s. Gibe tcflcd the cbniii with his band Ih -- . k I i.WN and bud Imek, want Hllvv '"' Rii"dt.iIitl. 0 n kidiicv leiiiedv John l.eui, of Indiana who htib nml sounded the plntfoim. Ife shook be de- n 1'iMideil upon. Thethat can 1 loan's l'en Moitinj: lel.itivcx in tin-- , seelmn, bin head doubltiilh. bet "Hope r.lio hohU." he Mdiloipjucd. '... lidntN- - oiilx. nnd ttnnmy of that let unit d homo thif wtt-k-- . Some of our nun aie raiMDK winter "The Inst tirnc ! fot into one of thei-i bv uillint; tcHtiuioiiv of Ol e: flop-- , ol tobacco. Some ll.ixo 0110 da. lied llppi'ls xbe te'.l Ihrouyll with tnnfui'tl people . IliieV a i' .L Mi S. .1. Hubble, l.anenHter St., m la h to cut ami houe it and aiu me :uki In ol.e a mail's ,i? in the beith Crab Orchard, I ; 'Maiiliiid. Iy sas: iio icaih to -- peiid the liiouex, "by clow." 'Ille got the lower. ' ' ". J'h "1 know t lint loan's Kidney Tills hil.wni; on cieilil." i.J licln ii me and I, theiefoie, lime not Ik Jones pic a piublbl-I'JIIli- e IN MEMORY OF MOTHER. b.ist hesitation in leeiiuimciid- - liuu Icttuic at Pine (.Ihimi ehuleli l-- 2c : o M invr tin in. kliluejx weie disoider Mliulitx nijjlil ,nml Hie wiiv tli.lt he !! , lor son,, lime ami aiiiimili. niv iiauuicu nis ,uiieei witii. sueli. I n i 11,1 lone. 5h. John (Jooeli who died u l-- 2c ; ; ! comes and direct when jou place theiiK with us was not sfrioiiN. I was elo(iieii( e and tiutb. was euouh to ,,or a( u,,. dauIiler's Mis. V. for eolleetion. We make eol'ections nud look after ilnnoted a Riuil dial. 'make a pt.iji.tuul piohil.itionist out Jf, J!t(ic. She was 70 ot'ae eais claims nnywheie in the United States lnckai-hcami Canada, almrtst and "t eicix wtl thai beatd linn, and ,Slu 'was bom September 1, lSIl.'i. nml make no charge unless we collect. Hank reference, . cs neciiirc.su lame inn 11 le- - iihiuc nun iiiims mii suauie. sonieiiii ISlw wtis muiiied to Mi. John l! ooell PER 0 nil oil a nenl i Noil tot mi lo sti,oi, niue ot tlie toliat eo men in this in li.")(i. Correspondence invited. Seven childien were born YD 'Unci iwerc also other sniploin of. vitinti aie 'Ami of thu late rain ii. lllll'I III., lll.11 ,. .... II... till llltil ..v.. .il.i . . o: MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY. Somerset. Kentucky. .' 11 ...v. .1 i i Miiiicn complaint tn.ii causl me in-- - ;uniui inur lonaeto in ease mi that uaitiii" I She !;ae her ael coiiun-'it inn lie baudk-d- , as miiiio had sold liess. Since 'lsim; Dolus KidiH-ait to (iod when he, a c ii;h- I'llls, piotilled at iIiiiuis nnd Tnn- - a niouth or so utto but couM not de- - tti'li nud livid it laithlul member of lliei's dniif stoic, alt these trouble aver it. the Christian chinch. She was found ft hnwo distippoaied and niv beallli Iiiif The tenth lu "flu uiu id i in her place at chinch until her unproxed." dru win'.; near mid let Us ns t'hiisti.uis health Jailed her. She bort. her not foij-e- t wh.u 0 Tin-- (.ale by nil dealer). 1'rice 51) and inoial without u murmur and said Co., IUlffulo that means lor Tri' 'or if wu cents, rostcr-lilbui- u Q O .i i$ Q ? she was read.v and willing to ;o to Xew Voik, iiolt' nPiit for the United too (oiifldcnX i'l' Mclorv mid Jcstis n aux time. Males sa awax tioiuthu null-- i oi: ilmti Dear mother, we miss xou fmm our tiiul ln H may nuaii defeat tin ih. do midst. We mi-- s liemembor the iinnie- Io.iu your Inxim: xoiee ' ., . . ake no other. and vote au'iuiist the liquor (mi r;.. nuni .. . , " sveei line moiiiei- ileal, lint we uud jour coiiseienie will tell xou ait know-- xou .lie hufe in the aims of FORMER LINC0LNITE Is well. , ,,1111 .... 'Jeslls lint.T ,1, ll wiis s.i 1H..1, t.i J. Ik .lm.m has j.m. to lenncs- - ,,,, m, ,lt. ,ril ,.,. , illl Making Big Success With Powder si " '" w")l ichlliv theic. t,..,. ... II...... d.ai so the .in..ls I v Ill . James l.iviiiKst,,,, Company In Tennessee bus -- ,u. ( ( f, Louisville on a business trni. iiiin..liii.r uiil. n... i... ...i ...... , ...1,1, 111,,, lllt'S feline m "" The App.ihichtuii Ti.lde Juiiin.il, r beloie. we mis, thee, r .ai.M, of , .onst.pat.o.,sthe M published ill ICliowille. pnlilisheiT 'thu , lf Sil Wl kll((tt ir, pieluie of W. A. .Molieilx, a 'foiuier Minm-iunun iiisori.e.N iiini mah tl) beavin. .We mis, t ,ie from thx fa l.incolnilc. uud has Ibis In sn i lite misfialilc. Take Cli illieile'i-'-Stomac- xae.iut ,chiir. Wo miss , thee from il him': and l.ivcr Tablets, k'eip thy home, Juit we kuo,w that thou arc The estuhlishmeiit nail Micii-sslu- l jinn liow'ils leiilar uud you wjl icjoii-uiv"I llc land lh,il h fairer m iiitinii of tlie iiiunufnctuiiui: mills avoid ufv tlistHM'-I'or 8.1IQ .by (i,,,,, dux. A ojh iiiouriuiiu daughter. of the Kami l'owder Compiiny o Ol L. pljurty. ASX1K CAIIl'KNTKK. . Tcniii-ssec- , at Mnrhiw, "Tennessee and Dossi'H Teaucssee. an entirely and is absotulely indepeuileiit concern, has HKiKEST KARKET PRICE PAID saved thnusniids of dollars to the F0K RAWFUHS AND HIDES mifSfAWAvtK CRAB ORCHARD, coal operators mid other useis of Wool.oa Ctantllon. Writ lor prlc H. BAIKSHMAN IIV. inoriiuiiijig mil BH. Ibis hcctioll. Jm in KENTUCKY. Mr. V. A. Moberly is itian-utti- r, JOflll WHITE S CO. tt : . ' i . I ': and his bili position in husj- 1 r SPLENDID MOVE rin-i- . Aoid lfAlInT WliWt,Y ir ' (cf-- i - T 227-2- -- nm JTUJK3 -- a CHIOS a WBABEE I Kentucky. 5 incr-clnn- 'i 1 ' Stanford, .- ... 4 o o o n::H5K&aooOOO0lO ou 5 Ik-c- s en - If You Have Money - blue-vrnsrail-lou- WE WANT IT a The Home of Hart Schaffner B Marx Clothes. yif - If You Need Money WEHAVEjT 1 al NEW ORLEANS g MOBILE MARDI GRAS pre-idc- nt First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky. -i mt-aiis- SPECIAL REDUCED FARES I -- 1- f vx-li'i- id 111 -"i i i HAVE I 70U SEEN IBEM i t t-- uOOOfifi- "' A beautiful line of Men's and Ladies' Shoes in Tans and Blacks A glance at them will convince SPRING GINGHAMS ' ' biii-lct- e and PERCALES 10c and 12 you that they are the finest things out. BRING YOU RFEET TO US. c c LL SANDERS. 1 Kentucky. I Ginghams H. 12 Also nice line of Flounces o, Embroidery from 50c to $1.50 Percales .... I Cash for Accounts and Notes s 'j, Xomiii--oiilitio- s rrtii-tantl- .v a ...... JHughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. .1 -- ... - . 1 IT WON'T BE A suf-feiinj- rh 9I9000 itJGJ5aftfJta HAPPY NEW YEAR I I - :OHver Plows: The Kind That Satisfies E. Perkins, ,, ,., - I from the cold and kept comfort able and Warm during the next few wintry months. f the loved ones are not orotected - ,,, Dear-mothe- s The best way to do this is to burn m BAUGHHANS COAL h fn. . im. i .ii IT FURS AND HIDES - In your stoves and grates. Phone us to send you a load now. SSSSSk ri J .1 , l t w o ',. l r " .v.; i i 1- - J .. "r. . . . - a m Y, .. - ' 9 tmtm Pp THE STANFORD 1HTERHR JOURNAL tin tho chimney nl liis home on Fuskct Hideo Tuos- dny to unclmkr the fiuo and got fas (llogwnllow Kcntuckinn) no could Tolic Fosclcy is mapping onta busy tened tight nnd fast 60 thnt neither rro nn or down. As a last re uus sea un's wcrk lor ins uecs HOGWALLOW DOINGS. IVii Kmllh climbed ' STANFORD, KENTUCKY B ( W &. DO YOU WANT A DAILY? tan mngasine six months, and flood HUSTONVILLE risked in said petition, and it apHousekeeping Mngazino six months, pearing to the court upon tho proof hoard in open court upon said moHero's a good offer for thoso In- nil for .$3. You can't miss it by getGeurgo Tucker has been devoutly tion that tho signatures to said pe exorcised by tho problem whether terior Jonninl subscribers who wnnt ting these. But don't forget these of tition are truo and genuine signn It is good only to fere are only for thoso whose subTob or he should bo voted greater a daily paper. sort his wife built a fire out of dog turos of the persons whose nums Ihoso whoso time on tho I. J. is paid scriptions to the Interior Journal nro i. 3 summer. nnnenr thereon, nnd that tho rwli warrant for pious profanity over hair and smoked mm out. ' 10-t- f. in ndvanee, however. Wo can got tho Floir lirr ITentcp sloops in his large T.nfcn Mnlhcwsln has oomo to the lioners are iegnl voters in their retheir despoliation. The ImiHnrity dally Louisvillo Post ono year, tho paid up in advance. now since lio papered siiunir north and south spective nreeinctn in said Lincoln in variety ami succession is mani- Home and Farm (a good farm paeoiielunon thnt the AN EPIDEMIC OF COUGHING. hm i.ilmg with newnpaners. getting on too friendly terms to county n set forth in said petition, fest. Town enrs divnntod his liop; per), n Governor's nt Tiokvillo arc hold i. One of the merchants t.i.. ii.. .... i.,.r. an Iik Ami iluit din rMnilftr plpetion pre- - disease nnd disaster decimated his nnn jiiinn. nniiKetitueky . .. . . ,,.. is milking arrangements to noiu ins is L'oini: fthoad and dispose of the .Kovemlpr 7llt, 1011, is the last swconing ovor tne town, uni ana . . n.nu -- mvmi.ni. n.-'- is .1... ,,,lu .. edition oi mo iv v een- -. tnotUhly cloeink out sale. money uc iiasicewinc griipnii em-wircu'nr OH """'," """- swino; roup nnd raimoions forays latest map or Kentueky, showing - roll ol contedcrnto ol. pnrtlalnrl y hard on little il ilml iuvrv mt 13 county, The estate of old man Kindle ,con- been sanns up for the ocestion. jlmvo rodaeetl (he poultry flock ; old counties, town, railroads, . , electric , . clock, and n ' of one tight-da- y ff Jliss Frurio Alison is looking paior ing prwiiieis in sam conniy, m- "Guy" got gay and in a runaway Hum Hvnr. otc. til for $2.75. And c u ron nnu on oniony iiconio. roi '' Nothing IS moro Important la cy's Honey nnd Tar Compound is a other smaller articles, will be than usual this week. It is snid to that tho number of petitioners from smitherexl his beat buggy and omitfew (ho liomo than clear, steady and llttlo is light, insure tuts by ccttinc . .. ..v. wound up next week. !. nanan.i liv lmr linvinr. mltninistored- nitrh of- said votiiw- nreeinoU emit ting many minor reverse tmm cli here's nnother just a cot betterdaily nniek. snfo and rclinblo euro for all UW 'l lie the oil tnat burnt near ana nt only n little extra jug nn overdose of chalk with rnntrirnon cual to nnd more than 28 per coughs and colds. Contains no Opiates clean without ft Ulchcr down to The marl Carrlor brought in ft Lord's day at the Louisville Post one jear, the Homothe lat flrop. A'cnnoylvania of the votes repectively cast in said max ocenrrtd of sorghum inolusios on his last trip ml intent. to pctfc'lon. crude oil 1'incd and Farm one year, the O'smopoltWhile sittiuc? nround the postofficc precincts nt the rgulr Xovonibor synagogue when he doffed a new rru Costs no moro than tho r ma thick ho says ho had ft kind saves OIONE1T in the reslilmle, after thrust with them. woek Isaac llollwnngcrhns election, 3011, which is the last prestove this caves tVOIUv avfs eyes. hard time getting here Your dealer Jms SOL.1TH Oil. to been plotting against the fish m Unn- - ceding gonornl otcotion held in said ing a lighted pipe in n iwrket and Miss riutie Bolohcr 1ms written In barrels direct Jroa our Creek,J nnd has thoiicllt UP a cotintv. it is now ordorcd nnd ad Will NTnri riWm ared nnd cxtinmiitll. nrorks. "Chicago asking to sec nil the new dnr cd the smoldering holocaust before ns sho wants sccme by which he can gather in n judged by tho court that special shapes in hts, Chas. SloII Oil Co. they are lot of them next spring without tho bo nnd is hereby ordered to be held its identity was destroyed hot Um to make her selection before ". Louisville, Ky. exertion of digging bait nnd sitting jn Lincoln county, Kv., on Saturday remnnnt i unfit for enrpet rags. picked oer. Itoflncry at 'Wnrren. VX. sitting on on thu ortok for days nt a time. His February 10th 1912, for tho purpose WHien a comforter reminded him that V- tWti Mil lh t.tl..Afl The owl that has been ia 4a rvnf n Hf 1,niV linker. i i.i. L.l.t.. lltn cntian v. lllA ltffil .1 Job faithfully made preennCionary f ..w e... ..w.... uaru" Auto uu. inning inu c.vit- Jiit4ii sawmill on upper J.n ,3 v t1'!' Jft lf ... the old boiler nt the mount n gray mule, with a double Uurs nf snid county, who are qtmli- - sacrifices and that his afflictions r Creek for some time, rose and barrel shotgun, nnd gallop along the fjPli j0 voto at nn election for eonn- - weto eoHfessedly without cause Tuck ,. SEKS3E33 flew nway the other day shortly nf1 . ut- 1. .:.. i. i. iUtlliUC, Ailing ff L'lL'UIV IIIU ...i..m ...... Vy l,i.l-Uia-, lljnl ,l .,v.r.r....vw, er smilingly eoneeded the palm to Ihc eng'noer built ft fire. tor yelling nt the top of his voice. At whether or not spiritous vinous or Job. ngo The Old Mior, who some time disgrncoful conduct the has (he largest primernl Huston liquors collar THE NATIONAL 'buried bis money in.n mule up and this fright nnd rush down stream.fish mnltloaned in shall bs sold bartered cane-bra- ville in central Kentucky nn At or take said Lincoln connty. crib, has dm? it 'near the corn Dog Hill a point n half mile bolow Isaac will And it is further ndiiidiod by the T. CarnenlerV farm. It is rather tbia time he buried it in tho build n rail fenco across the crook, court thnt tho provision of the lnw regretful to the patriarohal residents Ignnevnnl where cverybodytaAoneat. and the fish in their fright will got and the prohibition shnll apply to to witness obliteration of the last The cDputv t onsinuiuij''visible reminder of nioneer davs but druggists. near .. i..t w.Wa.1v.OvcT good hung in tho cracks. And W. L. MeCnrtV. Sheriff of it is certainly refreshing to daily see he pot a Rye Straw graveyard NOTICE OF ELECTION Lincoln county is hereby ordered to T. retting the laee for a squad of clue to one, out uie r..u open a poll in each and all of the hands with a cane hoe in subjugation of the officers Kt wind Regular terra Lincoln county court voting precincts of Lincoln comity of thnt chnpMraU and made good o The patrons of the Star Rout be crusade held 11th day of December, 1011, on February 10th 1012, for the Sim Flinders will begin ft of holdiinr said election n tween ilnstouville nnd Kidd's Store through tins Hon. James P. Bailey Judge pref lmilAine chimneys as the siding. herein ordered, and he is diroctod are still in something of a stew over section of the country as soon In Re J. G.'Weathurford and oth to publish tlio order onu can ior this for n while suspended and nt nm. weather opens up. mic solid ers, petition for local option elec- cnil nlnntinn In (lie Interior Journal present nun service. Rural Route ' method. building hi chimneys ccn- tion. a newspapor published at Stanford, N'o. 2 ns established covers nltout hole down the nnd then boring a of the above Ky., for nt lonl two weeks before four mile of the Hustonville nnd Upon the bearing Sostyled cause, P. M. McRobcrts, an the 10th day of February, 1012, the Libortv niko leavimr same a mile Tho Ilogwallow Improvement Stanford, Kentucky. night. Thoy Atlornnv. appeared before the court date of said election, nnd he will north of Kidd's store over a neighbor ciety met Wednesday n moved the court to file a also advertise same by printed hood road to intersection of the look upvthe almanac for' discussion and Class. Belongs to this p. evented hand bills posted at one or more paper, which pike. The carrier pro- strongly denounced nnd in resolution figures conspicuous places in each voting : assent ol thr. iiuini iJnni-r- v untrue several statements that nnd which is in words and as the as follows: precinct of Fnid county for nt least Department to abandonment of that have recently been made about .With a "In re J. G. WentherCord and eth- two weeks beforo suid election. end of his route nnd to return to ac. weather. The form of the question to bo Hustonville oor the Liberty pike. Hicks has been riding Ins ers, petition for local option elecCricket $100,000 Capital mulo about tion. placed on tho ballot is ns follows: On wnrrtuit of nn inspector the Stnr bi", red, lantern-jawe- d Now comes, J. A A'ico, C E. vnn in fnvrtr nf Hie carrier unceremoniously dUoontinu-e- d Surplus $100,10p country all this wecy in an atthe R. Singleton, safe, barter or loan in LinYES all service along the pike thnt is tempt to get married. A selection Tate L. G. Gooch, W. G. .Mo- - coln county, Ky., of spiritResources $500,000 covered by the rural nnd for moro not been made, but Cricket s tK. Y. Ballard, G. C. Riffe, S. has and 1 mncy, Rufus Lipps, James Yowoll, ous, vinous or malt liquors. than two weeks mail could be obmule held its head awful high W A. Coffey nnd other citijens, res- The provision of tho local NO tained only nt the Hustonville e. tail nrect when it passed Miss Truzie Start your career on the high road to corner next to Court House idents end voters in Lincoln county option law nnd prohibition Xow nil morning mail for tho Allsop's home. success by opening an account at this nnd moved the conn to bhall apply to druggists. Liberty Star Route cohered by tho Luke Jlnthewsia has been deceived Keutiukj, bank. A dollar will do it. the hcarincr of this case. lost eontniiie rural u sent out by rural route in- nain nnd says he has about other until Thursday December 14th, 1911 A Copy. Lin-eobtead of bv Star Carrier ivhn lenve everything. The Attest: G. B. COOPER, Clerk confidence in tuo above persons nnd Hustonville at bamo hour nnd could Countv Court. night he went hunting and captured m order that o'her- - opposed to the holding of said I ni.at.. I (tint In iiciciij nlifnn is tiAAl.tf niwm mm ... conveniently deliver that mail bix to a nice possum. Taking it home he p may have an opprlumiy Illume to the above order of the 0en hours enriier. .Mnil within n placed it under a large wash kettle in ection, Stanford, Ky. ,., ,.... Of Lincoln county, imilo of town after feeding it well. to examine tne li(list of petitioners I n h delivered after two the back yard, fil.'-- . linriiin (n ...w nnii lllll . Jill j ".. tier. t Undivided Profits $4,098.94 Capital $50,000. that said election will be held by me P. M.. thnt noillil iiwt ns Then early the following morniiig ....--l ho got up he found that the sons "Hilling said petition who fie at tha 1 me above slated, w. L. mc Jy hae boon delivured by Star Carwhen Deposits $75,481.90. not legal voters, and whose es;Cart shcrif( L,ncoln Cmnly rier before S A. M. Xow why! why? possum had searched out. ' iva imnrAnot'lv cifrlinil nil nrntriT"i The Star Carriers formerly delhor- (Edited by ULinK Jioiib, iii" M. B. Salin, Cashier. . W. L. McCarty Prcs. Jlaylieiu, thereon may be stricken therefrom, ed two daily and alwayk ono Sunday llogwnllow Kcntuckinn, Y0U CAN BET HE'S RIGHT. h and they state nnd nrc advised and man, unu no sano natron ol tun M.lr I .. , .. Kentucky.) e petitions do not -All honor o JMiMgn in sw &aux; .'a!,'kk.'..'.'v'-'tk.-av.svv o:.i ,, iTnnl'e snvn he bets lots 01 believe that said cwU t o, bufficieut uumbor of iegnl ley, who had the nerve to COIircniefl,e U( fit money will rust this damp weather. contain n ? , - petitioners to authorize this court obey the order of a swell headed, ...,... 15 cverywu.. Lniiicis niu suiiijuacu iu Sim Flinders says that if higher lie win to can mhi cicciion, ana uus lumiun iavni oxiiuer whuu me u be subortiinate (1 f to interest of the keens on gettin"' i 'law m.i.s rC ... .. public, nnn l.nnn irettin"- their mail out or. is maoe in poou lanu umi no. iui .oil me young ftraiucuau it again occurs: Why this OF LUMBER ON HAND .. .nj-...- . PLENTY ianvt IIUlllUMJa UL UUJU. J.1.1. DidiV hm. UUHflVlUlIB It is . comfort to tho earn- DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. OUR DUTY TO OUR tho martin boxes. - chant;eT Wneliiiifton Hock", who prognosu- - niil netition Avns onlv tiled on Fri cer ordered Sautley court maruai- ers but couf union to imtrons. Why T WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OVthey have ed, but it turns out that Saufley is there day December 8, 1011 aud " for nil purposes. So if ou.want to cates tho weather for the glory eye had no time to make s. careful ex'" '" wood ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. ueruted while the commander is pile." ' """:. "" " nut Pull lnm build a house, a barn, a chicken is in being n prophet stated to an UNLESS YOU said liste), which con to bo hauled over the coals. Sauf-loIS NOT EXPENSIVE A MONUMENT I dog house or a fence, come witness yesterday that if cverytlvuig amination of The campaiKii now on is one of tho coop, a who is a Stanford boy, nnd the mot dignified and thoroughly devoid We have remained frozen up this fall all thfr tains about lu0 names,' and tue HAVE IT SO. CARE TO hero for tho materials. ull sorts and sizes in both rough year there would be rienty oi. ico anu attorneys thereon moved the court son of thnt gallant soldier, Judge sensntional wrangles that ever atCONSIDERING AND OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED good to continue the hearing of this cause "Mike" Sauflev. comes from too and finished lumber nnd if we can- snow all summer. tended a contest invoicing so much WE HAVE A LARGE QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. December 14th, stock to be forced to do something Thursday, not suit you in kind, quantity, qualinterest, llio lrcnzy which is usuu.- As soon ns tho engineer can cut until STOCK TO SELECT FROM. ity and price, nobody can. he sayss lio wm 1011, to the filing of vhieh paper he knows is wrong ,and, if tho fur 'Iy engendered by discussions of doc up a lot of wood rubbed the wrong way, would trinill ethical nnd nolitienl issues is The nnd the making of said motion J. S. Tickville. Stanford, Ky. run the first tram in A. ALLEN. nnd G. D. Florence, attor- fight the whole Naval force rather conspicuously absent, nnd sanity is train will go within whistling dis Owsley the petitioners objected and neys for than be imposed upon. Danville permanently ascendaqt, it is devouttance of the Calf Ribs community to the court that said Messenger. ly hoped. and several residents of that section it appearing Lexington, rwy t 42 N. Broadway, did not represent will allow their cows to graze near P. JL McRobcrts The long wonder why proprietors J whose name was signed any person track. of home boft drink joints huvo litho said elecRnz Barlow has received his new to the petition asking for cense from Uncle Sam to dispose 'of overruled his motion to file Baid STOPS THAT ITCH distilled merchandise. It is reported watch he rcecntly or tion B it 1 1 WVaJSATTy'liSI dered. It is not much different Irom paper and overruled his motion to that u clothes cleaning establisha ice, MR. FARMER: Make your home as modern (or your family If you or sufterlns from of .Un nnv other, onlv the instructions say continue the hearing of sold cause. PwruuU are any other kind Ecm. ment has provided a government li petitioners by trouble, drop into our store for Aud thereupon the esidence, aad place yourself iu a position to get the latest market qitotatkms must wind it himself, that he relief. We will guarantee yov cense against possibility or a de- at any time. This oaa be accomplished by means of our telophase service with the A densn smoke was seen rising ot their attorneys deposited to atop that Itch In two eeooaas. It tective finding their "benzine" A 2tc trial bottle will prove sum of $175, being the which you aad your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with for tho cast of Hogwallow this after court tbo We have sold other remedleacould above regulation "proof". It is well neces-i,a- ry the beaefiU received. Call or address our nearest offlce or write direct to amount fixed by the court as but none that we noon. The deputy constame cam U "in time oi peace to get rcnay ior ?Jcomm.nd more hlshly than the jeadauarters, Nashville, Teaa., for information regarding our special "Far-meto defray tho expenses of said compound of Oil of Winter-me- war," if Uncle Sam butts in. imagine what it is unless it is the Thymol and a few other moved Liae" rate. If you are act at present enjoying telephone service, we election and the petitioners mail carrier coming in. that have wrousht such oaa immediately interest yon. Our lines cover the States of Keatsicky, curea all oyer the country. D. the court that 6aid cause be heard Miss Hostetter Hocks will 6ing a Fin ii Ik. rn nnrUa nfTa.Hu I ;..i. .ml ll T Thla compound, known ay rxp. we GREAT REVIVAL AT SOMERSET cool 1rfcrlDtlon. song at the Hog Ford church next and tho court sustained said PiMTECT YOUR NOME I0b$ EABTTENNiSKETEL.4TEUOa akin aa nothlnr elae Itchy, burnlnr Fourth Sunday. A lanre number of Oet arewlar notUe and etom ei llneearoBAiw Somerset, Ky., Jon. 29. Somerset 'Jki osjer. Arwl it unnearinff to the court STMnelf wke driviag this cold people have decided that they cannot ur is sow is the very midst of the greatWo on headgmrten for go to preaching in that day on ac- that at a special tens of this ceort Sjiwavc and Tmmt. StMfar.. Kv. est revival ever known in the history the held Friday, December 8th, 1911 a TRAINLNGSCHOOLfor TEACHERS of the town. It ia Bweenine? Somer Mrw- - 1m rekee ud ear- - count o fthe fearful condition of written petition was filed and noted HE11Y L CASEY. D. V. S. C0URSU:rVasWt4trv. tlrtaCarttwafea, roads. like a cyclone. Basiaesa and pro- set AW all RneeSnL Colnmhns Ansop IS GO of record signed y a numoer ot LII0 ViajasmjA lasTw vajramajsmj gaamjs Ces atonal men close taeir piaoea ot AA wm hoarse this week ha can hardly play legal voters ia each of the predacts basiaess and offices aad attend the of Lincoln county equal to 'and Formar DiractorAnlmal Insjuttr services.'' The Mala, Street Methohis bus fiddle. llna!t. ExVUr 25 . BPalaWW f fiu Raitew cot n the other mora- - more than Baid pear cent, of the votes PhlliMln llnltaal Stilts Arniv dist ehareh ia filled to its capacity Enaaaea anr Lew. Ask 'Aboat'It- 'Artiafi Catakwoe Free. AdeVeaa BBtUMAaAI I B C.mtmmF9rnm4dmm.u several precincts at elect sad slip cost in fat mat after the hk LOBAH'g STABLS, Paeme'tSJ. ievery sight nearly be the regular November election,' 1011 Omce ped a his puts. y fore the apMiated hear far the ser-imtritna Meg caelera j held ia The editor ex us xicctwb ijumg askinc that as election be (im in Una mmA rreaa three to five DANVILLE. KV. Lincoln connty oa Fehraary Vu AMA& to knock Roosevelt's said ev- ibondred are beiair tamed, away BgwmwsmwsmwsmmmmmamaW BtuAaJBLIalUljLwLamwBj plans for BOHdiiating himself in the 10, 1012, for the purpose of taking oa account of set being erT strongly against the sense of the legal voters of said T T. "PeiOryloTT -head by cosing ont able to even get inside of the door I ktn n an editorial on the subject county who pre qualified to vote at to" the vestibBM. watts, etsar aXvmmmwaremari I n to the but droa., and'4- - BamrawmmmraPGa I AND Chicago Convention. an election fur county officers, upon UNMRTAKBM just before the The pastor, Rev. C. K Dickey; la aWTT JphWTmTI f teadr ot everyeae Ja rot VilSBLWfJBAifl HkTJ Mr m the aake Isalftt a WvrhMC r'XBafaffaffJSTV ALIO DIAL-- R Miss Hostetter uocxs, woo nun tne proposition wnetaer or not beinr assisted by Rev. L. B, Bridges, .gccaEl7- been trying for so long to get her spirituous vinous or malt liquors IN PURNITURB, MAT. of North Carolina, the famoas South-er- a shall be sold, bartered or loaned ia sew sensational song pnousnea, nua 1 -r Boy Evangelist, who ia only 27 TINM, RUeW. THEY WILL L.KMJ ejaiokaleas Seotliss Otiri LKjgVsgwmaSl . l.of tiaA Uieer.eoted bv the Tick- - Lincoln county, and asking that the JHHEHSPjBmBBBBBaj years old, out wno is a woaoer in gVAmmmmV mmr9aa leai cote B;mpre.tsn-iaPURNITURB XCHANOB of the law and prohiat- a (trior tank-wacataoa. SBBBBxaKBmamamHW vale Tidings. Bae wae.aesirons ot provision the pulpit lie is a noted singer and ' asvMerMi saves meaey. Toargeaier Itaslt teasfwldmmt.jmayayiiwataa "' FOR ALL KINDS OP STOCK. HB MI1IIIIH Saving lam auw " Ue has stirred Som soag writer. j.ka asIv tha words can be eriated. this day earne said petitioners sad Hi SIVI THMI A OALU PRICS erset aa it was never stirred before JHSJSwJJjiaj aWMMSar "JawJBSjwPe ammammaWfV SH wvSMPJwaag. eTtlk Aajla) aajgaL KENTVCXY. emawawnwrnaJaSy court, ta.oaler an order moved the ITAartM . there betog bo mosicsl sttachment to ia its history. fMwMT. cw 'VSW' that ihc Lamp Saves Eves six-pa- , ... n Vi-tin- .,,, ... ..-- - -- or-ore- F C JLggffnML fc tf On-ide- -.- V ke BARK Roll of Honor - LINCOLN BANK pur-tios- COUNTY NATIONAL I cor-tni- Hrnd-fordsvil- lo The "v dollar mark is the only mark is recognized in ALL lands. Money rules the world. You can be one of the rulers if you open a bank count. Only thehabitof saving secures this dollar mark the mark of the world's most successful men. silte besfljuark to make in lite post-offic- ln STATE BANK & TRUST CO., ....., i.nnt-nriinn- ... . fe ii--.- " - .....'.. J v MONUMENTS - y, . .?.... Wm, Adams 8c Son. TOH Hium self-windi- RURAL TBLBFHONES. u ln-iu- nt n! n' won-Sirf- ut !:! nJ no-p- iniw'i yotorisriam. Normal C..A OlCiie emaaaa-iwaswar-rr- J, ui.ii, C. McClary aa--ao- ur -- Agt J.XJ.iVIM'WJ JfeHn vi aammmmmmmmmmvmmVSll l.ylyPJtaauijr, on I -- i" -- f ma. HMaimMH. threM. xiWWM m SOCIAL and PERSONAL H. M. Nowlnnd wna in Livingston on insurnnco business Saturday. J. C. Lynn spent several dnys 1nst week nt Maysville. Miss Jcnnin Duncnn, of Lancaster, wbh llio guest of Miss Jcnnio Wnr-rc- n Inst week. Mr. Will Route nnd Miss Hcttio Floyd, of Iluatonvillc, visited nt Doyle, Sunday. Cnscy News. Miss Mnrgnrct Miller, of Richmond, lini lwn (hi guc:t 0f Jjcj. cou, tin, Miss Dollio McRobcrts. Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Hampton, of Lcbanou Junction, spent several days with the homcfolks hero last week. Miss Mary Spink, of Colcsburg, was tho guest of relatives hero last week. What would you do without a good horse T Keen kirn drv and warm with know. a good blanket. 1 have them. J. C. Will U. MrKinnel, one of tho most McCiary. popular L. & K., men, with headtit Montgomery, Ala., has quarters There is a great difference In life been at Crab Orchard for several .Jny drinking the fine water there. He was in Stanford Saturday shaking hands with his many friends here who gno him n cordial vtelcomc. Miss Jcnnin Uiggms, of lancnster spent several days Inst week with her cousin. Hiss Minnie Woods. MLsh lliggins is a cnndidnto ngnin of Schools in for Superintendent fiarrard nnd has made such n splendid record in school work that her many friends are confident she will win. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fowle, of Lobtv noa Junction, were hero last week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Fowle. Postmaster J. C. Florenco was laid op with the grip for sevrnl days Inst week, but is about feeling him self again. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Iliatt went to Waco Saturday to make n short visit to Mrs. Hiatt's sister, Mrs. Jas- Kstes nnd fnraily. Mm. Godfrey Darbishiro ,of Ar cadin, near Shelby City, arrived to spend Miernl days with her sister, Mrs. !. M. McRobcrts. Rev. nnd Mrs. 1). M. Walker nnd children lmve returned from Vnucc-burj- r, where Mrs. Wnlker was nt tho lied si do of her grandmother who pass ed away last week. Ashby Warren, who with his moth er, Mrs. Chnrlotte Warren, has been at the bedside of his sister, Miss at St. Augustine, Fla., Margaret wires her sisters hero that she is showing somo improvement, her many friends hero will be glad to Sat-urday Mrs. Mollio McRoborts continues about tho same. Mrs. C. L. Govcr has been quito ill with grip for several days. Mrs. Willinm Scvcranco has been spending several days with Mrs. Joseph Sovcrnnco in Frankfort. Mr. nnd Mrs. J, E. Duck, of Gil bcrt's Creek are receiving tho congratulations of thoir friends upon Ilia birth of n littlo daughter. Sun day evening. Doth mother and daugh ler nro doing nicely. Tho baby was born nt tho homo of Mrs. Duck's mother, Mrs. Muttic Ncvius hern. Joseph Hopper enme over from Ccutrnl University Sunday to visit the home folks. Misses Dcrtha Jackson and Mar tha Hommel spent Sunday with the lattcr's relatives In Danville. Mrs. I. M. Druce and littlo daugh ter, Kathcrinc, will leave this week for a abort visit to relatives at Rich- Bond. SHORT LOCALS. W. S. Fish represents wily best and strongest insurance Let him keep yeu protected. cwn-panl- J. oflko for this offer is good only Since he, left this world of sorrow To minglo with that happy throng. Parties wanting rooms and offices during January nnd Fcbrunry.. tf Yes, dear mother, you can meet them call at Stato Dunk & Trust Co. Sec Grieve not for loved ones gone beSendentnry hnbits, lack of outdoor 11-their nice rooms. tf When her child is in danger a PAHKSVILLE 'lUnntnotfit.i.c will risk her life to protect it. Air. Cltsll iio.un UnU V11U 01' No gront net of heroism or risk of Downs, III., uru Visiting ins Uiuuiui, Mr. J, II, llrown bought n nicu Jerlife is necessary to protect a child Au' nulitr rictus. sey cow of Mrs. Susan Ilriscoo for from croup. Givo Chamberlain's rcuK uus entered .wins Dtluo .too. Cough Remedy nnd nil dnngcr is bCUOUl Ut OlUlllUlU. nvided. For snlo by G. L. Penny. Mr. T. F. Gibson sold his resinila, tl, ti. .uu Haulier is auiu to be out uyiliu iiller uulleinnv wail dence and land lying east to Mr. Win Tho Lincoln county Mcdicnl So- a uiuKcu riu. I'lidcrwood, of Lebanon Junction, fw ciety will meet in Dr. J. F. Peyton's Mrs. U. it. ivogur continues very $575 possession to bo given about .March 1st, when office in Stanford on Tuesday Feb. low. Mr. Gibson and 1'rof. W. 11. H. Reynolds return- family will go West. They nre our 13, 1912 nt 10:30 o'clock. Drs. Singleton, Drown nnd Carpenter will ed homo Friday utier uuving luugul best people nnd there is universal regret thnt they have decided to rend papers. A full attendance of A very successlul nuliool. llio society is expected. M. M. Phil Airs. W. It. uoocti and Miss Dura leae. Mr. Underwood, to whom they (Jooih attended tuo buriut ot tbcir sold, is an excellent gcntlcinnn. He 31.21 lips Seo'y. Lttio nephew ut King's Mountain. has n position with tho L. tc N. rnil Mr. and Mrs. U. tt . UoocU received rond which we understand he will You are probably nwnrc that pneumonia nlways results from a c61d, tho news Huudny of the death of continue to hold, He is a brother of but you never heard of n cold ro- - their littlo gruudson, Raymond Gooch our good friend, Mr. J. T. Underwood suiting in pneutnoina when Chnmbcr- -' The littlo lellow hud been in ill has a fino family nnd will rcccivo a Iain's Cough Remedy wnB used. Why health for some time, but it is thought wnrm welcome. Mr. George Toombs was in this take the risk when this remedy may thut pneumonia was the immediute bo had for a trifle. plncc Wednesday evening, returning For sale by O. cause cf his death. Otio mora homo left sad and lonely, fTom Danville, lie had sold his to- L. Penny. One mora face forever gono .bneeo which brought hiin an average Here's a great offer that was nev- Dut wo know that Raymond has an .of $17.5Ji. Ho was pleased wilh the chored, sale nnd we believe his suggestion a er equalled before: The daily good one. "That each individual Safe into that heavenly home. (Bnnday excepted) and the grower set out only what ho is sure I. J. both one year for $4. Send Father too, is there to greet him, the Ono long year, has swiftly gone, ho enn hnhdlc well." your subscription in quick to the I. wo-mI -Cour-ier-Joues. THESE SIX LETTERS :l i From New England Women Prove that Lvdla E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Does Restore the Health of Ailing Women. Boston, Mass, "1 was passing through the Change of Life nnd stiiTereil from hemorrhages (sometimes lasting for weeks), nml could get nothing to check them. I began taking Lydln D. I'Inkhnm's Vegetable Compound (tablet form) on Tuesday, and the following Saturday morning the hemorrhages stopped. I have taken them regularly ever since and am steadily M "I certainly think that every ono who Is troubled an I was should give your Compound Tablet a faithful trial, and they will find relief." Mrs, Ubobok Juur, 802 Fifth Street, South Boston, Mass. Phrcnlx, R.I. "I worked steady in the mill from the time I was" 12 years old until I had been married a year, and I think that canned mj bad feelings. I had soreness in my side aear my left hip that went aroond to my ' back, and sometimes I would hare to lie la bed for two or three days. I was not able to do my housework. " Lydia K, Plnkhaa's Vegetable Compound has helped .tee wonderfully In every way. You may use my letter for the good of others. I am only too lad to do anything within my power 5 MUX Kuto, Box 283, Phcentx. B.L to recommend your medicine." Mrs. Wllllmantle, Conn.' For five years I suffered untold agony from female troubles causing backache, Irregularities, dirtiness, and aerrAns prostration. It was impossible for me to walk' np stairs without: stopping on the way. I was all run down in every way. "i tried three doctors and each told me .something' different. I received no benefit from any of them but seemed to suffer more. The last doctor said It was no use for me to take anything as nothing would restore me to health again. So I began taking Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound to see what it would do, and by taking seven bottles of the Compound and other treatment yon advised, I am restored to my natural health." Mrs. Etta Dosovajc, 762 Main Street, Wllllmantle, Conn. Augusta, E. Plnkham's Vegetable Componnd has cured tho backache, headache, and tho bad pain I hud In my right side, and I am perfectly welL" Mrs. WinriKLO Das a, R.F.D. No. 2, Augusta, Me. Me-"Lydla Letter from Mrs. Julia King. Phoenix, R.I. s Letter from Mrs. Etta Donovan, WIHImantlc, Conn. Lost. On Ottenhicm or Somerset pikes a child's gum slicker. Pleaso leave at Field's store. A. J. Gooch. For Sale Four coming three-yen- r old mules, threo marcs nnd ono horse Noj ready broke write or phone. 30. Dudo Jarruan Husto'Wille. lf 8-- For Rent. Fivo room cottage trhh water works and good cistern; terms reasonable. Apply to E. Wilkinsoa. Insurance policies. Mutual Benefit Policies are superior. I can shew you. Why net buy the best? R. M. Newland Agent. Rum dry rescreened coal from Denhnm's jnrds. All our bins nro covered. Rex and Dluo Gem 15c per bushel, delivered. Other coals for less . 3t. Wo are prepared to instnll hot water nnd hot air beating, plumbing 81-t- f. tne., Conn Rros., Lancaster, MiR Mary Ilrnnk Oivens ,thc accomplished daughter of Dr. Jackson Oivens of Pittsburg, who enme down to visit her aunt, Miss Delia Givcns, who has been suffering very much with rheumatism, has returned home. The Messenger is delighted to stnto thnt Miss Delia is slightly better this morning. Da initio Messenger of Miss Knther-in- e Th pinny Wnrrcn tendered her a delightful surprise Saturday evening nt the home of Mrs. J. II. Hartmnn on North Buckeye street taking with refreshments nm them delightful nil enjoying tho occasion most She hns just returned from Ken-tcuher nntlve state and home nnd is delighted with Wooster nnd Ohio, Miss Warren by her personality nnd plensing conversational qualities hns mndo ninny warm friends since coming to the city. Wooster, 0., Republican. frii-nil- nlh .WW. AN'MCtTIOSM. u ttM-- r rannot rnu tor .rat of the tlhwaat. Catarrh to a blond i &mrMt and in ortW lo rur. It yoa nun taka rmmlira. lun Catarrh cur to lafcra b a4 arta rtlrrvtlr upno Um bljod and muroui aunaca. Hall a CatArrh Curr la not a quark lUMlt-rtRev. J. K. Woods, tho gifted co- II waa prfwmtM by ooa of u baat pbTMrtoiia In Uto country tnr and to a miliar prmttptton. ored editor of tho Torchlight at Danto rmnrwawl of Ok It bK tonw kMvo. rombtMil aim to lm blood porlnns. artin dlrmir on tha ville, nnd Rev. Davis, pastor of the Catarrh Cannot Be Cured fore, exercises, insufficient mnstification constipation, a torpid liver, Only live that you may greet them, of food, On that bright and happy shore. worry nnd nnxiety, arc the most com LUCY. mnn ennscs of stomach troubles. Correct your habits and take Chnmbcr-lain'- s MARKSBURY Stomach and Liver Tulilris The loafing club, which was or and yiu will soon be ncll nguin. For ganized sometime ago at the store, sale by O. L. Penny. Tho membership is is successful. chasg-c- d large mid thoso enrolled are faithful When ordering your paper tho weekly from postnffice to unother al- to attend, surpassing Tho club meets give tho name of the office prayer meeting. ways from which you want it changed daily at the store. Tho initiation from biie postoffico to which you fee is no barrier to mebcrship being want it sent. This roust be done, the price of a small twist of tobacco. because out of nearly 4,000 namca Politics and other interesting topics it is impossible for us to remember are discussed, but the color schemo 'the post office address of every of the society is self improvement nnd tho betterment of our village nc and community. Acrobatic feats and n gumo of checkers Are sometimes A piece of flannel dampened with Two or three members for Chamberlain's liniment and bound on allowed. working on half day have received a the affected parts in superior to nny presiplaster. When troubled with lamo dishonorable, discharge by tho give dent. back or pain in the side or chest A very popular widower of our it n trinl and you are certain to be pleased with the prompt community has been- taking the cenmore than relief which it nffords. Sold by G. sus of tho bachelor girls at this place. According to his count thero L. Penny. arc 15. Some arc wondering why gone to so much trouble. Is it Tim Indies of thn Christian ehurch he hns a reminder of leap yearf will hnve 11 vnlentinn xalo on Febru Mrs. John Simpson, who has been ary 13th, in Mr. J. L. Deazley's store confined to her bed with rheumatism room. All customers will meet with Nonh Marsee swapped his farm welcome. There will bo ii "heart-y- " at this place for one ownod by Jim s, candies, cakes, dressed fowls, Hamilton nenr Lancaster. Mr. Mar-se- e breads nnd pies. Enough to will move to his residence on fill nny heart s desire. Depot street sometime this year. snl-nd- Mrs. Sue Cozatt Lane, of Clover-dal- e, Indiana ,is visiting relatives in this place. Her numerous friends will regret to know, she is not enjoying good health, and hope lor her speedy rccotcry. Tho cheese factory, which was the property of A. J. Adams, Geo. II. and J. Leo Preston, has been sold by them to the local lodge of K. O. T. M. Ono of the partitions will be removed and the building will be a suitable one for this growing order. Mr. James W. CnTtcr who was assisting some others in falling a tree in tho lot adjacent to tho Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon, enroo nenr losing his life. Tbo tree fell just opposite to whero thy intended and expected. He was knocked down fortunately large limbs fell astride his body, saving his life. Mr. Irvine. Tftrkington sold nine hogs to Mr. J. L. Hutchins of Danville. Letter from Mrs. WInfield Dana, Augusta, M& VL Newport, Vt "I thank you for the great bencOt Lydia. E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound has dona me. I took eight bottles and it did wonders for me, as I was a nervous wreck when I begun taking It.- I shall always speak a good word for it to my friends." Mrs. Jouw A. Thomwos, Box 3, Newport Center, Vermont. - Letter from Mrs. J. A. Thompson, Newport, Bethlehem, N.H. " By working very hanl, sweeping carpets, washing, Ironing, lifting heavy baskets of clothes, etc, I got all. ran down. I was sick in bed every month. " This last Spring my mother got Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound for me, and already I feel like another girl. I am regular and do not have the pains that I did, and do not have to go to bed. I will tell all my friends what the Compound ia doing for me." Miss G&icix B. Dodds, Box 133, Bethlehem, N.U. Letter from Miss Grace Dodds, Bethlehem, N.H. jrn Tha muroua aurrarML Ivo Inarrdlrnu to what rrtMldrra aucb IroortartuI la First Christian church at Lexington, ulta In mrtnc ratarrh. Hrnd for tratimonivBi. rrr. r. j i hknky L , rropiL. lowdo. u. will speak to tho colored people of Sold br rmiMtota. prior JSr. Stanford nnd Lincoln county nt the Tut Haul ramur ! tot ronatmtioa. tfft rwiMnitfcm cf tba HERE IS A REMEDY THAT WILL CURE SKIN AND SCALP AFFECTIONS. And We Can Prove Jt. ev-vc- ry BOWMAR'S TOUR. to Dowmnr'ri Tours. Write il Kv.. for folders triviue of nn idcnl pcrsouallv conduct-- d Mardl Gras Tour lenvine Wednes. dnv. Feb. 14. 1912. visitinir Now Orleans. Mobile. Moiitsomerv. Ala., etc Low Inclusion co.-.t-: limited nartv: eervtliii)L first-clasYellowstone Park Tour in June. 1912 MARDI GRAS do-tns. courthouso In StnnfoTd this, Tuesday night, at half pabt seven o'clock ME is not SOUND SLEEP OF HEALTH Foley Kidney Pills will euro any cno of kidney or bladder troublo LOST APPETITE AND HOPE Miriutia not beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. Shugars & Tanner. For Snle. Puro Drcd Mammoth Mrs. C. C. Lyon, Dronze tnrkeys. Hustonville. ll-2- t. for those suffering from kidney ailments and irregularities. The prompt uso of Foley Kidney Pills will dispel backacho and lVicuinutiMu, heal and strengthen sore, weak and ailing kidneys, restoro normal action and with it health and strength, Mrs M. F. Spalsbury, Sterling, 111., says: ''I suffered great pain in my back mid kidneys, could not sleep at night, and could not rniso iny bunds over my head. Dut two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills cured me, Shugars & Tanner. last K. C. Walton went to Somerset week, where on Saturday he The Penny drug store says to person be it man, woman or child who has an irritated tender inflamed, itching SKIN or SCALP, you need hot suffer another day. "Wo have a refined skin preparation that nets instantly nnd will bring you frwift and sure results. One wnrm bath with ZEMO SOAP nnd ono application of ZEMO nnd you will not suffer unother moment und you will soyn see a euro in ight ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP nre prov en cures for every form of skin or They nre sold by scalp affection. one lending druggist in every rity or town in America and in Stanford, by Penny's Drue Store. THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE Is it fatal tendency to pneumonia. To cure your al grippo coughs take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound R. E. Fisher, Washington, Kas., says "I was troubled with a severe attack of la grippo that threatened pneumonia. A friend advised Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and I got relief after taking tho first few doses. I took three bottles and my la grippe wns cured." Get the genuine in tho yellow paekege. Sold by Shugars and Tanner. 3Irs. John J. Cozatt has returned from Lebanon. She left her d?ngh-te- r, Mrs. George A. Carter, still con. fined to her room, while Mr. Curter is suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism. It is hoped they will WAYNESBURG. Mrs. Betsy Singleton is very sick boon improve. this week with pneumonia. Her sis Mrs. W. A. Drown's condition reDan Cupid has visited our little ter Mrs. Louisa Singleton is nursing mains unchanged. Her relatives and frjends are hoping to note au im- hamlet ngain, Mr. Elmer Bell and her. i t provement soon. Miss Winnie Smith were made one at Miss Elsie Singleton has return--- " Stanford Monday. The brido- - is in home after a pleasant visit 'to relaWHEELDON'S STORE her sixteenth year and is a very, tives in Stanford Danville and SomThis place is just over the line in young, lady and the groom erset. the 'north end of Pulaski county, on is ono of our most enterprising Little Miss Ethel Camden is on tho R. K. D. No. 1 out from Crab Orchyoung men. They will leave soon for sick list. Mrs. E. W. May has, gone ard about eleven or twelve miles. J. V. Griffjii, of Broughtontown, Arizona where they will make their to Floyd county to see her daughter Mrs. Julia May, who is very sold his personal effects on January future home. Mr. "Fox" Bcnzley of Somerset, with consumption. 31st und will perhaps move to SomerTho sale of Mr. Frank Bell was set to make his home. and Miss Grace Wilson of this place Mrs. Sarah Wilson is making pre- were married at Somerset Sunday well attended January 25th Everyparations to move to Indianapolis, Miss Emma Davis and Mr. Johnny thing sold well. Wallace Reynolds May were married in Floyd county a bought u horse for '$100 and Charlie Ind. lleing near the line, our people are few days 6ince. The bride is a popu- Singleton bought five goats for $10 ery much interested about tbo local lar young school teacher of Johnson and tho next morning was trying to option election to bo held in Lincoln county and the groom is a fine young sell them for ten cents' each- county on the 10th and all good peo- man and 'certainly deserves his hon-ni- o Mr. Bell's future dwelling place , bride. They will make their home Arizona. ple hope for victory for the temperi ntho south of Lincoln county. Mrs. Andy Trowhridgo and sweet-littl- e ance cause. Miis Julia Cliff, of Cincinnati Prohibition is at present very efdaughter Lillian of Cincinnati fective in this vicinity. Tho writer spent n lew dnys with her sisters nro visiting her mother Mrs. Cordia Burleson nnd Recordr. Trow bridge. lias not seen more than two drunk Mesdnui There will ho nn entertainment givmen hare in over two years. Mr. Otto Adams, of FifihitiR Creek,, Our clever mill man and auction- en at the Baptist church at Waynes-bur- g w stnjing nt Mr. J. R, Williams atFriday night February 9th for tending school at Eubank. eer, W. II. Williams, is making for himself an enviable reputation as an the Temperance cause. Every one is Miss Maudo Stroud is visiting her auctioneer he having been engaged invited to attend. Brother Dickey father Mr. Armstrong "Stroud at May and Mrs. Dickey were with us Inst wnnd. for thrco public sales this week. v Rev. T. J. Qodby ,of this vicinity, week nnd delivered impressive lecMr. Stanley Mcintosh of the Secfilled his regular appointment at tures on tho subject that is engross- ond Nntionnl Bank of Cincinnati was ing the minds of the Lincoln comity the guest of Mr. A. B. Morgan Sat- Olive church last Saturday and people either pro or con. uruay ana emnaay. in-la- w For 30 years Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills. No one sick with woman's ailments does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine, made from roots and herbs, it has restored so many suf ferln g women to health. mmmYrrlUs to LYDIA E.PINKIIAJI ME01CINECO. F (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MA!&, for advice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered br a woman nnd held In strict ronf irienri if uJPtI if v tfet, PreapMy luterri f ild f mri Ciifi Mrs. Bom Doyer. 14 21 Hnerman Ave, Evanston. III., t'aBBBWf " OBaaaaaaaaaaaaHII 'r !Aj&V?0 ilWl "owmm run down from tho serious effects of a Hns-- I erlna cold, that several com- JaaaaBK? fl I plication unit ed in puiunx I me down. J II could either eat nor sleep well, and loat J I writes: "If any one has reason to praise It la surely myself. last spring I'o-ru- na became so 'weeks Pwflwit at and "X a a a Ily tried reruns and tt 4M for wonders me. la two X .was spirit leih fWGS VMTVn X Wt'Ntier than I ever tad Feruaa for new like anoiaer nuraotl. and HI - Mua Hsaa purchased the Somerset Times, the leading democratio paper in the Eleventh Congressional district. Mr. Walton plans to soon make it a semi- weekly as it is now published but The temperanco workers in the once a week. He bought the plant mntristcrinl district. from Cecil Williams, a former Stan Crub Orchard nmking nn effort to roll up tho ford boy who has conducted the uro maioritv nirainst saloons of per several years with much success, nny of the four magisterial districts "ffd recently went to Frankfort to Ueorgo Ualdock, a former Hustn- of tho county, at tho election to be take a fine position in the office of They nsk the 'Auditor Dosworth. A great many villo negro, shot his wife, Cindix in held next Saturday. J., to stnte thnt they issue an Lincoln county people will want to the breast at Danville last Thursday, Tho re and the attending physicians pro- open challenge to nny other district rend Ed 'Walton's paper. in the county for trial ns to which pilar subscriptions price )s $1 a nounco tha wound fatal. After ho had the largest majority .your. You can get both the I. J. shot his wife he opened fire upon will return ' one year ana U bomerect Times Lavada Bardette, against saloons. another colored ono year by sendlag us or him $1.50. woman, and her husband interfered Nothing so effective as ITyomei for and kept him from shooting her. catarb. colds, croup, asthma and ca A CHANCE TO HAKC A SI COUNT Raldock was arrested and locked up in jail hy officer James Moore, where tarrhal deafness. Just 'breath it. O. The Interior Jawptl some L. Penny guaranUee it. Outfit inbe will remain until action by the withahttt cluding inhaler 11.00. Eztra bot- verv henvv obliwtieas to It will not court in the next two week. tles 50 cents. trouble ia dointr hive the wa nst so u everv subDsonsar T. W. Jones & Co., shipped a car ITow to cure a cold it a question whose snbscrintioa has tatimm. will load ot hogs and cattle to Cincinnati i send in a dollar at flair are last weak which they bought as foin wbieh many are interested just enoush subscriptions owlnc. la asea new Chamberlain's Cough Remedy UD."out of, the hole." and, tasaaia llow: From Christ Camenisch, 20 ' has won its great reputation and im- - nriehtv little we would aiwirertaa bam t 4 4 cents; 5 from Squire more rurma at mis time ioaa to aaw tit. 4. Coif at 4 4 cents; but- sals by its remarkable, nun tou sand in that dollar at onee. If Siase different parties at It 0sa always U 'depsaa- - vou are on of taeas woa't Teafavar " -, r wr&m ..-'a z - rent ape. Tor sale by O. L. Peasy. as this time, dolair vOlt 9 pa-lanr- Attorney J. S. Owsley, Jr., went up to Crab Orchard Snturday to take part in the trial before Squire Noakes of a civil case, being an action over the snlo of somo screen doors. Quito an appropriate time of tho year to use screen doors. JAre Youa Woman?! I A .iaat. AWm. Ti irr BW I, H M W ill UAKUUI Jt M BVB i slii-hte- st 1-- The Woman's Tonic! r, .' J .1 f: 1-- f afc i-- W"" if v ?, k K jyikmdof 7jf5iarc. 1.85 Htiaton. Joe S.. 2 acres SHERIFF'S SALE FOR 111IS SPACK 13 BOUGHT BY TUB HIGH UCV.SSK CPMMITTEI. OF LINCON C'orNTY. LVJO tnser .lohii & Jian i aero DELINQUENT TAXES Wndf. W. W.. llfil, 7.05 C. Q.. 1 iicnt Wine. 4.25 I hnvo a (ood saddle horso and n inkrv. Jack. Il&l 8.00 4nimlct success width tho temper splendid breeding jnck which I will I, W. I MeCurty, Sheriff of unco ennse has yet gained." Colored) Dclinaocnt List Stanford The sell or Initio for heavy work stock. A. county, will on MONDAY, FKB, Abb. Geo.. U Rev. Trnnforil Nightingale. acres $ 4.00 What Eminent Men Say Views of Ministers and The R, D. No. 4, Stanford T, Trnylor Press 12, 1912, County Com I Uy, ottur for AimUmmmi. Jus. P., Kit 34 acres VM For Sale Privately about no QUESTION. in sale, at the Court House door llU.:":: (teres oC land, pnrt of the V. II. Thomas Jefferson Stanford, Ky., tho following property Hnuchmnti. Hack 2 ncrcs 5.45 $1,700,000 Sloan's Liniment has a Trnylor place; contain! two good Tho bo decidfd by tho other returned delinquent, same being the ;;;;;; JJjj ly "Our legislators bio not Hufllciont- - Umerce cities, for an articlo of com- - voters question to county Apply to Dnit soothing effect on the tenant houses. of Lincoln apprised of th0 rightful limits of ' on Februtho salo of which it attempts 10-tamount due for stato and county nnd Hnire. Hell. 1 acre 4.05 Traylor. nerves. It stops neural8.00 their power; that their true ofGco is to prohibit. Remember thcto Injures ary 10th, is not "whisky" or "pro. school tax for tho vcar 1911. Said k9.n,ov J'CVV ft neres gia and sciatica pains in. Poland For Sale. Registered Klliott. Tom. 42 acres' bihitionj" but the question is; which 8.55 to dcrlaro nnd enforco only our nat- A ln sale to begin at 1 o'clock P. M., stan Knclomnn. Jennie 1 aero stantly. China hogs, either acx, also somo 1.05 ural rights and duties, and tako is the best wny to regnlato the whisFor One Month Only1 none dard time. The names of those pay uantner heirs 7 acres 2.25 baled hay. N. J ConcMorclnnd. ky traffic t Whether by the licensed inre hpfnrn that dnte. will be stricken Gricsbv. Jim 19 acres 3.8.' of them from us. No man has n And Are Taken From The Records Proof WC. Boone, bought n pair of comroves. Josh. 30 acres 3.85 natural right to commit aggression and are only from nitio cities whore regulated saloon or by the "blind tig- W. T MrfiARTY. Sheriff, nff IirI. MO.CM. Dolr ot 'ohanntitrarf , ing Kwi-"M- nri Harris. Waller 1 acre mules from I). T. Mich., l.tmrctnt It j.ini on tho equal rights of another; and there nre scores of others to hear cr" route t tht belt medicine In the world. It hat Crab Orchard White LUnsford for '$'J,r(f relltred me of Neuralgia. Thou paint liiffiaJrif.kftVe,S, ..v.... Hi" this '. ft " "' lw ought to frmo: If Lincoln rouiily was tho onlv end hvt ell rod eup I ran truly My jour Avoy, Henry, 40 acres o0 Jones. Airnes NU It&F. .. August Hurtles bought a pair of Wnr, restrain him,, every man is under tho Whisky. ounty in the state, operating under Ihtm." Liniment did Mr. Andre V Learol CO Car Street, niules from J. II. Thompson for $255 2.80 Jones. Lewis. 10 acres 8.60 natural duty of contributing to tho Gallons, local option, whero "blind Barnes, Wni. two acres Cumberland, ld, wriittt '"I hare Lackev, Will J. aero uted Moan' IJiument for Neuralgia 20.000 flourished, then there wmiM lm unmn. Rn o'f'n necessities of society, nnd this is nil Griffin J. II. Thompson Iiought a pair of Beaver, Henry, 40 acres i it ttj mudt." and I ceiululj du Losran. Mariah fi acres Chattanooga 2.000 thhiRintherbnrcoilinttlinnffln.nl "mare mules from J. S. Harris for "inn tho laws ought to enforco on him: Mnr-c-MoKolierls. Munch- - .t acres C.G5 Bcngc, Bice, 100 acres. 5,000 were nt fault. But experienco and $2400. .Mcrslion. John 1I&L '10& 'il .' .8!90 nnl no man having a natural right to Blanton, J, B. 50 acres p.bO Iiu the judge between, himself and Louisville Middlcton. Pol'.v 2 acres . . 1,000 tho rccordn show, that wherever "pro The largest shipment of registered Bobbilt, P. P., 3&3 2 A. . . . 13.45 Miller. Geo. Jr.. 2 acre 3.80 11 is his 500 dilution" or local upturn prevails, nntural duty to Cincinnati Perahoon stallions ever brought into 4.C0 Owslcv. Linda. II&L 'lO&'ll. 10.20 anoincr, Brock, J. B. 75 acres 500 I whether in Kentucky, or nnv whrm Penman. Wcs. 1 aero this part of Kentucky, has been re 7.40 submit to tho umpirago of an im- Lawrrneewllo G.40 Carpenter Bros., II&L 000 in the United Stntes "blind lienr-nPenman. Geo. Nil 9 acres 2.25 partial third. When tho laws have Gainesville ceived by II. T. Hrown & Co., prOpnc-tor- s 0.20 lioss. Ellen, bciis Commons, W. D., Nil 114 A. 7.00 declared and enforced nil this, they Madison 2.500 aro tho order of tho dnv. is the best remedy for rheuof tho Clotcrlnnd Fann on the 3.20 Smith. Rob II&L Delancy, Geo. 25 acres 3.80 hnvo fulfilled their functions ,and the 'VmU8,a coo One who wants a drink, can find matism, backache, sore Paris and Lexington pikr. They arc 5.80 2.20 Tlutrman. Alex Sr.. H&L Dclancy, Eliza 45 acres idea is quite unfounded that 011 enmo any where 111 the stato of Ken- throat and sprains. Lndcc. W. II.. H&L . 5.80 'blacks and grays ,nnd in ages range NR 40 acres.. 4.70 Dishon, P. A. Making n total of ,..J.,GUUtucky, provided he has the rtriVe. from yearling to This Huslonvillc White Oelinauent List tering into society wo give up any At all dealers. Elmore, W. D. 34& 54 A. . . 21.00 At four dollars per gallon: natural right." farm has sold fine jacks out of stato If jou tell a child, or man that Mrs. Emma 114 L. . . . 5.25 Adams. John. Sr.. 23 acres ..$ 2.98 Furris, Prtc 23c.,50c.and ft. OO Abraham Lincoln shipment. II. T. Ilinson, of Musko10 cannot havo a certain thing, 7.25 Harnett. Stella. Hi acres that 3.50 Falconer, Ben G9 ncrcs Sloan't hook on .$130,000 is tho very thing "Prohibition will work grent injury At n cost of gee, Okla., purchased from them tho lionet. Cattle, he is going 10 have, 5.00 Hrandenbursr. If.. NR 115 acres 9.35 Pish, Geo. 8 acres Itojr and Pool-trAdd beer, 12 carloads for 'three-year-oI). S.. H&L bnl... 8.40 to tho cause of temperance. It is jack, Mathan, L. Lawhether it bo jvolson or whisky. Tbo tent free. 2.35 Carninlcr. Grant, Mrs. David 240 acres October 50 acres $12,000 most 0.93 Cnrocnter. J. bia of Bruisard, a., a big sugar , Addreu ardent advocate of high licenso 4.95 Chrismiin. Mrs. A. II.. NU 10 a 17.00 a species of inteinperraucu within itGriffin, S. 1)., 03 acres Dr. r, bought tho jack, admits that whisky, or any other in3.25 self, for it goes beyond the bounds of Cost, per month 4.05 Clark. Tom. 50 neres Hilton, Jessie 25 acres $142,000 toxicant, 'or reason 111 that it attempts to control Bob Franklin. Paris Kcntuckinn. EarlS. Sloan opiate, improperly nsetl. 4.50 Uoirman. S. W.. 1 2 acre.. 8.90 Hines, Geo., 20 ncrcs Tho railroad records show Unit is nu evil. 1.70 a man's appetite by legislation, and Colvcr. Gahc 2 neres Bton.Mae. Spotwood Daisy Pearl, 17G9G, the .51.50 Cook 11.. 14 acres Holmes. J). V. 200 neres 3.50 111 making crimes out of things that twelve carloads of beer were sent to The advocates of prohibition say, world's champion Guernsey cow, Holmes, Prcd Nit 50 acres.'-.- . 20.10 Coulter. M. C. H&L . 5.00 Iritlanta in the month of October." 3.20 Dniurl.crtv. J. E.. 42 acres. . . ine rouhon that whisky should be owned by 0. C. Uargcr, of Summit Hopper, Wra. 41 neres 3.70 aro not crimes. A nrohibition law SUrllnf (Kan.) Champion 2.3 " strikes a blow ut tho very principles prohibited, is to keop it away from 2.95 Dawson. John 1 acre county, 0., produced in one year tho Hopper, W. T., 15 acres I)elk. F.. 20 nere. bal 3.90 on which our government was found, Th bootleggers will work for the poor man. 4.85 enormous amount of 18,000 pounds If any of them would Hays, W., 30 acres 2.20 ed. I have always been DethrndL'e. II.. 1 acre found labor- their own luterest nnd vote with pro- take the Iroublo to investigate, they of milk, which contained 037 'pounds IIuiberckMHi, U. J'., liJ acres S.10 Diirhain. J. J.. 40 acres bal . , 7.00 it.5V ing to protect weaker classes from hibitionists becaiinc they nre mak- would find that the poor man is thu Humble II. (col) 2 2 acres. 3.85 Esti--. W. P.. 18 of butterfat. This! represents 3.85 Given. (1. M 350.804:50 A. 0.7" the stronger, and I never can give niv ing more money now than they would principal patron of the "blind tiger." pounds of butter mado in 305 Kidd, A. L., 2 aero 2.05 consent to such a law as you pro- under more Mringcnt laws." Gooeh. S. E.. 30 neies mm wnen any one buys from a 2.95 Goodc. Will S days. The next 'best record is held LantWin, B., 7 acres 5.80 pose to aert' enact. Until my tongue shall New Orleans Picayune (Dem.) "blind tiger" ho gets as vilo a con0.05 liir. J. II.. Nil. laud by Dolly Dimplo of 00G pounds of Mcnde, Henry, 50 acres 5.20 "Tho crank does not seem to un- coction ,n,a. was ever mixed, and pays 3.85 bo silenced in death, I will continue 7.50 Lair. J. S.. II&L butterfat. est things the old horse ever sired, Napier, A. L., 50 acres 4.95 to tight for the rights of men." derstand that n man may oppose pro lour prices for it. 4.G5 Lucus. Geo. K., 1 acre Ihu man of Spotswood Daisoy Pearl is a senior aim no one disputes that ho has bnan, W. P., 12 acres 4.85 Mundow. Jake 1 auro hibitiou without having a deep- - seat- means orders from, Indiana or Ohio, Bishop Neeley, of Maine, 2.75 Mi'lh. Ahirtui 3, acres and was bred nnd own- sired some of Iho best that have ev- Playforlh, Wm., 10 acres 8.90 by the gallou'or case, and consoles "The Club-- , arc simply coteries of ed affection for rum." 3.85 Morclaud. Mrs. M. W.. 33 acres 8.80 ed until two years ago by B. W. Beid-le- r, er stepped on tun bark. There are Reynolds, M., 50 acres ti.!ri young men who call themselves clubs himself by saying thnt tho poor man St. Paul Press (Rep.) Reynolds, Cloyd, 35 acres.... 3.85 Patterson. Lee 90 acres of Lake couuty, Ohio. When she others carrying the samo blood as 31.15 and get together and have "Prohibition hns doclined visibly has no business with whisky anyhow. 5.85 Purdoiu. J. II.. 3 acros their botwas a senior she produc- Hi illustrious Edna Mao and other Shelton, Wm., 40 acres neres . . . . 3.10 tles 111 Reed. Prank. 4 their closets. I am sure these and irreparably. In tho states where The assertion has been frequently 0.95 ed 572 pounds of fat. The tet are famous winners. Spaco prevents Singleton, heirs 200 &,40 acres 4.10 Rieo & Turner. H&L 15.. 137 aeres. 20.35 dubs have a very bad effect, in that it hns been enacted into law or incor- made, that if tho voters of Lincoln official, having been conducted un- further comment ou this remarkable Smith, Amanda 135 acres.... 10.50 Roland. D. 5.00 young men who never drank nt all porated in tho Constitution it is less County, John. believe that should tho der the supervision of the College of consignment, and at any 'rat? it is Todd, C. n. NR, 24 acres . . . 4.00 Scbneab. C. J. 1550 acres 21.80 previously hnvo done so in acres Sioolcs. 3.85 Smith. Tom. Jr.. 1 acre the se- populnr than ever before. People county go "dry on February 10th" , Agriculture, Ohio State University. only one of tho many, though per- Anderson, J. E., (col) 1 acre 3.80 3.80 crecy ofube club, us they call it; thoy openly admit its impotence in en- that from that very instant no whisSmith. Will. II&L W. D. Mack B, Eubanks, of Boyle, sold haps smaller, good ones. Crab Orchard Colored 5.75 would not be seen to drink over a forcement." ky or any other intoxicant could be S tonics. Gctv 20 acres Mountjoy has several of his kind, j. his rt tobacco at Danville last week and Stephens. J..1U XR. 5 ncrcs. , 17.15 C had, that noone could from that virv Popular Science Weekly received an average of $15 for Dr. Spears will sell among oth Curtis, Andrew, acres . ...$4.65 Tnvlor. Mrs. M. 50 acres ... 5.75 bar, but they do it, in the club rooms. rfasd 2.70 it.- He had about 15,000 pounds. ers the beautiful Ina Mac by Judge Higgins, Palice 15 acres "Our temperance reformers have instant buy. bcir. I.nrnu, 4.40 Bishop Clark of Rhode island Wilehcr. W. L. 43 A. niggins, Babe 2 2 aertft.. . 3.85 W ittis. Owen 4 A T'lbry Bros., sold a Vouole of Collins. 4.85 "Prohibition has been disastrous ample scope for a wise beneficial ac- auothor drink then there would not 10.90 Robinson Jno. 9 A t ... 3.55 Wrixht Geo. II & L loads of tobacco to W. P. Kincaid, tivity, without seeking to control the bo two hundred "drv" voti . M. J. Farris bought from M. C. 3.85 Husteiiville Colored Delbtauent List to the cause of 'temperance." - tfc local buyer last Friday at lOo Eubanks, A. J. Harden John Baugh- - Sutton Jack. H&L bchools nnd without perverting opin Can this be truthfully denicdf Attfeboro (Mass.) Sun Wavneslwra Oelinauent List "Tigers" flourish, not : Tie tiro wagons weighed up with man, Mitchell $3.10 Taylor and Samuel Adams heirs 6 acres "Liquor legislation never made a ion by the dissemination of unfound because of $4.30 Bailor. Muss. II&L ....... ed statements under tho guise of officers but in spite of them. Wharc-e- r . 3.85 temperance 5,300 pounds ot the weed. This was J Lawrence, 105 If at hogs at 5 4 cents Alford. D. P. "12 A. gain. Education and 12.55 Binton. Geo H&L Adam. I). P. 140. A 5.50 the. first lot of tho Embry's tobacco Also bought a lot of public science." d sentiment catprevals, 4.85 r.lu;n. Geo. H&L , Adams. 1). G. 10 A . 3.85 public, sentiment are the only things agumst tho violation of uuy law, brought in this season. Cincinnati Enquirer (Dem) tle ut 4 cents from Samuel Lawrence Aker. J. W. 12 A 4.85 Ilrisht. B. 15.. 3 1 1 acres that can iidvnni-i- ' the cuum?. When . 4.5 Ssaith Baughman sold his crop of and S. J. Bowman. 7.36 Brisht. J. T.. N. It.. 4 aeres . 3.95 the right plane for both of these is "What Also bought lluslin. John 00 A are pleased to mis thcrq and there only, with the law 2.00 lirown. Tom, 1 acre . 3.20 tofcaeee to Kincaid at an average brom Jason Taylor 15 head choice Bastin. Jas. R. 20 A is only another bo enforced, for it usually tuken Joreached, there will be no need of a name 'prohibition' . . 6.20 Itrown. Joe. 4 Baueh If. 9 A 2 acre . . . . . 6.00 of seven cents. Mr. 'Baugbman did name for cowardice one of the in- nes to convict and Junes ure tho cattle, weighing 4.00 Burtlettfc. JohtTT acres Bauch. Silas 9 A 0.15 prohibitory law." r not have the best of luck with his Under tho tiresent herent vices of a class- of men who public. nt 4,65 per hundred. L. AV. Buckler. W. A. Nil 127 A 4.00 lturdett. Sarah 5 acres ..., , 2.20 RuSsellof Mass., tobacco last season having it in too Norton bought from Jason Taylor Bnrchett. A. S. NR. 65 A 0.95 Cuiw. J. M 1 acre 15.20 are anxious to save tho world by uuy boy can buy or order whisky "I believe the proposed amend Carpenter. J. L. 50 4.95 Carter. Sallio 1 acre - 2.20 late .ta produce a high quality of two proxy. When your prohibitionit and a great many of them do. marc mules at $285. Cokcr. A. G. 00 A A 6.55 Clovd. Weslev H&L .4.85 ment to tho Constitution is inexpedi , It is not n question of whisky bd iear. hoTse mules Cravinoue. Rev. NR. 17 A ... . 2.20 Clovd. and two can prove by law that men shall bo 2.20 ent, unjust, wrong in principle, and, John NR. II&L Comtnenting, on the consignment, ot 200. L. WVNorton sold to Jason Commons. D. P. 54 A f 7.30 Cooner. Hantiuh II&L 2.00 if adopted, will bo injurious in 9rn without passions stomachs and not teuijiorance and prohibition .ln.u its which Drdr'Scviidei', of Jfclunney, Taylor, two western mpres at $200. ;.;; beget temperance, but rnther ucuorue. j. ii. a 2.75 Ben 1 acre appetites; when they can forbid tho 3.20 Fro. I'ettie. 5 acres Faulkner. John K. 1 A 2.20 vonsequences. Prohibition has been sun to shine by thin county, is making to a big sale Danville Messenger. It dots not beget truth-fulnea constitutional en 3.95 ilivi-ns- . Florence. Jas. 5&1 A 9.40 enacted in this state, thoroughly Francis 12 aeres at Lexington this week, the Farmers' M. Laubcr Iiought 20 mules of mil- - Fouls 11. II. NR. 100 A but lying and penury. ,.15.25 Oivens. G. W.. hrs 19 aeres ... 4.75 tried, and repealed by its hponsors actment when the grapo no longer Home Journal last week said: Ou February 10th, next will 8.20 Gordon. Ales. 5 9.35 purples in luscious clusters, and acres ier Bunlett, of Lebanon at $205 per France.- -. Cbas. 150 A you One of tbo largest consigners to 8.70 Grav. Willis. II&L FasMita. D. II&L 2.85 as a confessed failure." loses her artistic touch and vote for "jilmd tigers" or for tho head. Mr. Laubcrt shipped them at Gooeh. Martin. 1 2 A 3.75 Ili'.'-jin3.8. Woodville, Miss., Courier. Milt 10 acre.'. this sale It It. S. Scudder, of salo of liquor? ceases to tingo the apple cheek in once to Jiiclimonu a. Oooch. Col.. 05 acres 7.85 I locker. Mack II&L 4.85 "There is not a dry county in this matchless color; when tho vital fame. Dick has always sold W. It. Burton purchased of Mac Gover. .7. W.. NR 72 acres . . . 3.95 I locker. Green. 7 2 acres ... 8.00 sluto y where liquor is not free- forces of hfo arc no longer in the some of the best that went Hnsriranl. 11. G.. H&L 4.20 I locker. Harrison NR-1acres 7.75 ly dispensed through blind tigers, and cgelnble kingdom, through these auctions. This year Miller of Bardstown 10 mules at $200 Hfimrnrtl. W. G.. 70 acres . . . . 0.35 I locker. Sarah 1 3.0 POSTED in obedience to & 3.85 Johnson. Henrv. 25 acres J. 7.70 wo know of beveral counties where he will sell twenty-on- o head, most jer head; ho bought of Wilson Bran- Henerv.Tom. N.. 13 neres the dictates of the modern fore of 14 aeres 3.50 Johnson, Rich. Inrrc denburg of this county 5 mules for Houm. 3.85 a conviction for illicit retailing is of which are of tho Hex Peavine-ChestGod and natural law and civilization, 7.00 lolmsoii. Ilciu-'- . 20 acres Kimr. John 3UfclO acres .4.95 an l The jiunun seonon U upon us impossibility, for tho people favor then will 'prohibition' become Dare Cross, the formula that $180. per bend, of Murk Settles a Kiui;. J. A.. 80 arres 9.05 Jones. RitTe. 4 acres 4.95 a pos neurly uveryoao wtuiu to po.t and pair of mules fur $350, of John Rob- Lutz. A. J., Nil 43 acres nia fi.95 Lvous. Will 1 acn produces cbamppions. In tho lot is 3.85 it, mid still the prohibition farce is sibility, nnd not until then." pluce. I'ao cliuxKu U 25 ccnu cun inson of Boyle county three marc Martrotis. M.. NR103 acres.... 0.95 Martin. John 6 acres 4.75 persisted in. Such a condition is . a full sister to Ed. "cCcnnark&'s wan name.) Morgan. Luisa. 23 acres Cincinnati Commercial-Gazett- e 4.75 (Rep) 3.85 pbenoDiinal Rexall Prince, the com- mules for .fG25 and Bun Gaines of Mortran. John E.. 140 acres ...8.55 Mckinuev. Kowuu. J atnu . .. 28.70 not only farcial, but harmful, as it Herman Uirkol. Pulton. Will. 187 ncrcs ... "A prohibitory amendment in thu G. W. Hastv Lincoln county five raule'for $740. encourages u, disregard for the law ing champion. Yucatan is unothcr 5.25 Robinson. Jim II&L Murnlir. C. 18 acres C. T. Willaon, C. M. Allen, 3.85 Constitution of Ohio would menu free Mr. Bui-tobrought all of his pur- Puvne. C. Nil 35 acres 8.50 Shearl. Tom. 2 acres 3.85 that is sure to bear bitter fruit." L. G. Gooeh. mare by Ilex Peuvino out of one of J. II. Manninr whisky in Citininnuti pnd mauy other 2.75 Sindeton. Jns 22 acres Pittmun. L.. 37 neres 3.85 Reichcnbach IJros. N. II. PluaaMr, the famous Lynn,Po.d mares. There chases to his bam ut this place and Uunkc. Gollieb 81 acres Catholic Mirror, (Relljjious) 10.95 Sinpletoii. Oscar 11 2 acres evils equally llagrant." 3.50 Fred Von Allman will be two full sisters of thu lirillian of tho number he shipped oh Monday Ilalekrh. Geo. 43 itcres Jacob Gander "There is 0110 important fact wc 7.20 Steele, hers Il&L 2.20 Baltimore American Muttie II. Hcwes. S. IL liuughmaa John H&L 3.75 Trice. Mitchell H&I and exquisite Jaquisito Juqulimi sold to tho Wilson Lie Stock Co., would fain impress upon thu minds .4.85 N. C, a car consisting of 23 Knviiolds. Ok 50 acres "Even the most ardent prohibition-ibi- s, W. P. Belden Fred Von 0.50 Tucker. Etnbrv. II&I 3.85 of everyone enlisted in the causo of They ure Jaqucline antl Jaque, and Gruenigan, Rice. W. T.. NIC 150 acres . . . 4.60 Wj'lch. Ju. IItL with tho victory that they have 4. 85 total abstinence. John Herxog. -, are also full sisters to Star Peuvine. mules and three horses. J. M. Govcu ib this: FanatiIt r. 5.75 Wilkersou. J. D.. 4 acres Hichnrds. 0. A.. 28 acres Wm. and John Huffman. Jim "Woods and T. J. cism and the unreasonable lengths to just gained in tho Supremo Court, Thy are by Rex Peavine and out; last week from Atlanta, Hill returned Rilev. Alta. NR 109 acres 4.55 William Cordier. forced to admit that tho practiwhere thev Rimro. I). C. NR 54 ucres. . . . 3.50 J. R. Myers. which some of the noted brood mare Kathcrino speakers and writers are FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! J. W. lluughmaii. L. P. Nunnelley, cal working of their theory has fail5.75 car loads of mules at very Ititner. Joe 77 acres Huguely. Say boys they are tho sold permit themselves to go in condemn2.85 J. F. Cover, Mrs. W. G. McBee ed to realise their hopes." Mr. Woods Robinson. Wm.. 3 acres sweet kind as is ulso Princess Eu- satisfactory prices. ing the judgment nnd mornls of ev 3.85 Rolaud. G. A.. 70 acres Mrs. Ucttie Spoonamore. Located near Bowcn. two miles Atlanta Dally Capital genia by Chester Peavine, 1st dam says that the southern market has Ross. Jas. 120 acres 10.80 south of Junction City, and border- erybody who fail to free their views G. W. Koirer. John M. C.nrtmr "As a prohibition paper that has J. II. Camenisch. 3.85 by Eagle Bird. The stallions in improved considerably lately, nnd Sims, G. W.. 25 acres can hao no beneiicial influence up Mrs. Muttie White" good mules arc commanding fair Singleton. Lewis 2 acre 2.05 ing on tho railroad, and owned by on those whom Dick's bunch are tho sure enough paices. they desiro to save." fought for that sido because wo be- Mrs. S. D. Hiatt, Spiirel. Mrs. L. 18.50 Anna B. Sweeney. Contains houho ,The two Sam Castollo liovo tho people of Atlanta had the royal rt. Tho three year old Rex much tirro with J. gentlemen spent Stultz. Geo. NR.75 acres II. C. Uaughmau, 4.55 and good garden, well fenced; about 00 ncrcs Wichita, (Kas) Mirror. K. V. Carson. II. Baughman, of CO acres "Wynn by Rex Peavine, 1st dam by 6.20 20 ncrcs of timothy grass, besides " Tho fact is worth bearing in mind nerve to carry it out, nnd if properly Mcsser Rros. J. s. Hocker. this city, who is trading extensively Tevis. Geo. Mrmon Squim is one of the great- - in mules nt the southern metropolis. Trobridcre. 1). L.. 30 acres ...12.30 the roads grass; fine place for poul- that there has not been a tempernnco carried out would prove a blessing John l'lutz. 6.70 Webster. II. T.. 30 acres wo now feel it our duly after a few Notice. No ono allowed 0.00 try, sheep and calves; about 15 revival in this stato since tho organi- months' They sny that he U doing a fine Weslev. Jacob 137 acres trial to pronounce it, to all n my farm.' Fox Dudderar.to hnat business and doing an immense Wilehcr. Mrs. Ann 18 acres . . . 3.50 acres for cultivation; plenty of wood zation of the Prohibition party. In appearances u dead failure in At4.95 B.. 125 amount bf trading in the hybrids. Wilehcr. J. N.. 137 neres For sale at $1,450; for rent at. other words, tho prohibitionists bavo lanta." .Ti.30 Wilcher. J. acres FALL AND WINTErItYLEsT A good crowd, considering the Williams. T. I).. 40 acres ....12.10 f.125 a year, which is cheap. succeeded only in prohibiting the Indianapolis News (Independent.) See Sam Sweeney nt Bowen, Ky., very thing thoy claim to bo most weather was present at the salo of Yluretlc. Amanda 90&46 acres 11.80 "Prom Maine, whero it haB existed 0.46 or write tthe owner at Bloomington, anxious to promote." Younu. M. E.. 90 acres Fred VotiAllmen last Thursday af My new fall and winter sample for u gcueration, to Rhode 'Island, ternoon and prices realized veto Martin. Lucv (col)NIl 55 acres 3.40 III., 7J8 East Fremont street. General U. S. Grant. Alsman. W. T.. NR 30 acres . .$10.50' which has l,ried it for u year, prohi- are now ready for your laaoectlon. vs.1 satisfactory. The place wis not sold, Brandenbunr. II. K.. 18 acTcs. . 3.00 " I know front my own experienco bition hns been a cosily failure. It is They comprise the peat on tbe narket but will probably be rented by Mr. Brnndcubunr. Stanley 105 A.. 8.60 that when I was n West Point the us easy to get a drink in Maine as it caa iult anyone as to price who kad A TEXAS WONDER. 52.55 VoiiAlImen , who plans to remove Briirht. J. W.. 120 aeres fact that tobacco in every form was is in Indiana." Ms clotnei suit nda W order. to Louisville soon to devote his at- - Ca reenter. Jennie and Dovall&L to ready mtf etoUea. To bavo Utw -' 1 .? 29.05 for 1910-191- 1 And Never Will. The Texas Wonder cores kidney prohibited ,and tho mere possession - a uuiry i wuiuu 1.- :.i? l.!i. 111a Coiuiiiis. D. P.. 37 acres 111 10 trillion 6.70 punished, made "Prohibition never hus and never will made to mnaaw Social coat ay bladder troubles, removing grav of tho weed 2.00 and brother is largely interested. Col. Dawes, Chits. 25 acres el, cures diabetes, weak and luino n majority of tho cadets, myself in- prohibit." The Rev. II. Freeman mora taaa patjtjkr maae, wea auMtj Davjs. Jas. NR 160 aorcs J. P. Chandler cried the sale and Dclauev. Jno H&L Rowlund... 22.95 bucks, rheumatism, und all irregu cluded, try to acquire habit of using Allen. nuda to your Aeaiu is prafaraM 5.90 saw that good prices ucro obtained Feland. Aimu 100 acres and fit la oeaiMerac ' Cos la ad it." The Worst Rum Holes. to $07; bous Garaores. Frank II&L Rowland 5.70 larities of thu kidnoya und bladder Cows nold from $21 4.95 TAX PAYERS, ATTENTION "Tho worst mm holes nro picn's Ut m take rwr Btaaaara. from $40 to $150; yearling cattle Gillilnnd. J. P.. 3 4 uereH . . . 5.40 in both men and women. Regulates (Atlanta Constitution,) mouths, bo long as these 'boles nre H. C. RUPLEY, THE Practteal Hasty. A. J.. 2 ucres pri,C8 at $23.75 a head; two year old cat3.90 bladder troublos in hildrcu. It not "Here is the certified statement open to reccivo it, rum will find its 2.80 sold by your druggist,, will be sent Nil II&L itMTlni tle at from $1.40 to $4X0 a hundred; Hocker. J. T..NR. 450 acres Johnson. C ..20.05 heifers at from $12.50 to $10 a Lvons. Jas. Nil 1 2 acres... 4.5: by mail on receipt of $1 : One small of the amount of liquors sent to At wny into them. Can bo thtso bales ?OOKKEDWG months' treatment, and lanta during. ' bo closed to mm by prohibition f ut from $4 to $5.10 a Lunsford. John 16 acres head; bloats 19.50 bottle is two TvrawfcrrwnZa No. It can be done only by con0mm Month. seldom fails to perfoct a cure. Send , or J. U. lirvat bead; tows and pigs nt $10.50; com ; . . 3.90 for testimonials from Kentucky and October, 1887 last month. vincing and persuading their owners in the crib brought $3.50 to $3.00 a Miller. Jas. 47 acres W.. NR Moore. Now boo what Atlanta is yielding to do it of their own free will. That WILBrrW Ha Will H UMbw barrel; Jersoy bull sold at $29, and Nichols. J.Reynolds 110 acres ... 4.00 other states. Dr. E. W. nail, 2920 180 acres .. 8.55 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by $50,000 annually in revonuo, to send was tho method of Father Mnthow. oil WukiM bualM, ajaa T,i, n mrcuMb fanning implements sold well. Will Rains. J. W.. 2H acres 9.55 . J H90NK153. out every year over ' tho method by which ho won tho ' UifciiW.Vi acted as clerk. V.. H&L Rowland. . 0.75 druggist. Cordier Routcn. B. k THE STANFORD INTERIOR JdUH NaH STANFORD, x KENTUCKY THE FARMERS i Stops Neuralgia Pains litre's .... The Folly of Prohibition. ISSmijlebKi' f. J; H,1, 4$ four-year-o- ld .... tge, SLOANS LINIMENT ...... 1-- '" 1-- .... " y ld I. four-year-o- ld .- .,... , 1,-1- 25 s 1-- ....... ....... ..... .... -2 1- -2 - ,x.. 1-- ..1 -- 3-- 000-poun- . 1-- ld 800-poun- ds ., ld three-year-o- ld j 1- -4 .... -- 1-- tid 1-- 5 or .... ........ .... Wil-ho- n, 1 .... .... r.- to 1-- .... .... .... We Pay Pro- Highest Market Prices For G-- tf a- i?Rit,1 J 3-- 1-- Jfe3fc. Tr I :2r?K Ih3kj telegraphy ...... KttUfK sV K "fW-- , " :'