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TO SATURDAY GREAT QUESTION tn. Men HUSTONVILLE The entertainment house Friilny ctcning, under niupices of tho V. C. T. U. was quito nn enjoyable and helpful affair A large crowd wns tnero ami mucn enthusiasm made things lium. Tho children are to lie complimented upon their beautiful song nnd stirring recitations. Some of the older ones taking part were: A beautiful duet by Mrs. Crit Kiffo nnd Miss Lois Willi. An enjoyable feature of the evening win Hie recitations Tendered mi by Miss Sadie JJnugiimnu. Kate W'nroor fuvored Hie audience with nn exquisitj solo. Mr. Dun Himaker, of Morcland, den-twas here Thursday having some work done. A Innro crowd gathered to near the address of Mr. Henry Taylor, of nt the Itaptist church Danville, Thnrkiluy evening. Mr. 0. H. 1'itwtt and sons, of Morelnnd came over Friday tto the tcnipernnrc lecture. Hornee llohoil, of Howling Mr. Green, is with Dr. nnd Mrs. Tom llohon for n few days I C.rli.1, M,crs visited friend, nt r.ihertv last week ... k m. a v Vrp vimIpiI Mr. ami " il I . It. D. l'rve ut Hubble last at WATCHING FIGHT HERE - SPLENDID PRICES AT PEOPLES' WAREHOUSE Top Figure at J.75 BE DECIDED of Lincoln County Will Vote For or Against Saloons tiara1 Fight Over. County Law and Order Lea nt tho opera Madison gue Looking at Lincoln. the day received the following telegram signed by the "Madison County Law and Order League": Ittchmond, Ky. leu. t. tnto is watching Lincoln Wlinln county's fight to keep out saloons. Whisky people in Lincoln always call election in dead winicr 10 kccji Liquor temperance people away. folks and boot leggcrs always vote enriy nnd are at polls. Warn temperance Reople that a reduced majority for' temperance will encourage liquor folks making fights in Other Negroes of Richmond counties. join the -- whites, wishing for victory for locul option in Lincoln. Go to the polls rain or bhuie, snow or mow, roll up n majority that will forever put an end to saloon agitation. In- terior Journal nnu jungo jichucu hnvc made n good fight for Law nnd Order and Sobriety. Madison County Law nnd Order League. Tim Interior Journnl on Wednes at 10.30 dd.'W nt 12,00 mmnmlit and day. it nny ono iiiiiiks JIM BAUGHMAN I need moie work, I wish they would t" i i spenk up. TEMPERANCE FOLKS TO VOTE Average $19.00 Cents Paid on By J. E. True, of Mercer. weanesaay uincom unmj 70 at .24.00 Growers Invited to Come. 150 at 23.50 t of 41 i If you can't booit don't Yours, II. D. CAHTCH. knock-- . if. C. S. Writes That Victory Is Certain If They Will Only Go To The Polls Is Coming From Atlanta I? I I'll I. J. "ill The next isuo of tho Lincoln county is to tell whether Lave aalo.fus back or not. to a clow Tho campaign comes vote wiU bo on Saturday, when tho poBed. With aoy sort of dont father u very large vote will be cast. The Teniteranco people toW, tlw confident 'that the larger be a majority against ShUkyfwhlU U b generally a bad day and small vol. ets ft out, may give, the coming chauce to win. ever been No harder campaign has county than has been vnged in this advocarried on by tho temperance weeks. the past few cate within every pul-- pt Speaker have told from whisk) and schoolhouse of the men and danger, and the Christian not pro- women, and ninny who do " con-dUl- Ht 2!!irKhX "" Stockton White nnd Shackelford, ot coln. If the good people don't get Richmond. J"lie dainty luncheon too sanguine of success aud not gc to the polls, I certainly tnimc tuere served was quite appetizing. Oscar Patton formerly ot this are enough good church members as county now of Madison was on Wed well as others who are not church ut who nesday united in marriage to Jlis3 members to keep saloons daughter of are interested in the present and Wallin Nellie Olive of dear old Lincoln county, tho Mayor Walliri of Campbellsville. The and great in Lancaster and mother, grandmother bride has visited LINCOLN IS MISREPRESENTED was much admired while the groom gTnnduiother of so many beautiful ! counties mat nave uu -' is well known in Lancaster and is daughter .. lb. ll 1..1H.1 ". On tno omcr upon winning saloons in them, to see that they do Says Former County Man, Now on Saturday. to be congratulated t )in wet have l.nM mnKinir U III.." not return. I see from tho papers of Preaching in Mountains. such a worthy young lady. ." . have a strong . ... campaien ami Mi's Kathleen Walter entertained the adjoining counties that they are ... . . They have been woa W, week. in our success the Bridge Club Thursday afternoon greatly interested ltoonville, Ky., Feb. 7. K. It. I'owcll was in Danville inst effectively, it is boW, quietly, but the honorees being JU33 Moltoucrts and I feel suio wo will no disappoint reasons; ror tho above There nndarcicadyforthepollstoopcn. week. IMdie Carpenter waited tno bUltuincnt, uiowhich many aro already guests Mises Martha Burke Carlins then it would not be right to do so Miss "Do the most effective work White, Cnllie from n neighborly standpoint. Some of ville, Illinois, Julia nWaro of. Some time ugo the writer othTemperance Mies lluek hut week. and Jane Stockton, of unto others as you would have Jn the campaign for the with n, railway Shackelford became acquainted McKce Riffn purchased a two colored colonial ers do unto you"protect their boys force has been done by Richmond, Miss Walters' .. power Overland car Inst week muil carrier, of the t. X O. & 1.1. 100 nt Revs, ood "v 230 at 24.00 preachers fconfDanville, nn attractive' scene and and girls. I feel that the temperLexington railway, w ho runs via King's Mounhomo was 55 nt 24.00 large nnd brought it home from Davis, who have spoken to 24.00 palat- anco forces are. well organized, uu 275 at and tho luncheon served was quite tain. Tho gentleman inquired CO at 15.25 Snturdny. -nndicnccs, nud made many converts -280 at 23.50 from what I have read In yout edi my former home etc. I told Averago able. Thohms Newbern left for Louis. ;$2C.42 "V. " thcir "'i,0, $22.43 to Ihe Dry. Average Mrs. George M. PatlcrSOrt receiv torials and temperance columns, I him that 1 wns born and reared near n, to accept n position. Lexing-toBy Pence Bros., of Garrard, ville Mnndnv France 1 Benucbamp, of Ky ed information of tho death of her am sure the question has been agi217 nt 35.00 Mr. Robert Taylor, of Elllsburg, King's Mountain, Lincoln county, ! that-thhas also been a tower of CHIEF CARTER father, Dr. Jacob Barton at his home tated until there is no doubt n short time Wednes- Jle bccmcd to bo ut ouce aware g? wjvs here for 'ltd at" 22.50 ( ..strength to tho local forces. 111. majority against open saloons -Age 84 years. The section in Sublette, p the fuct that I hailed from a 100 nt 23.00 ,. i The polls open Saturday at bix day. Tells of His Work and Says if You deceased was a retired druggist and will be so'largo that the whisky peo-pl- o Dr. J. C. Barker was in Liberty ort well known, cipeciully tp all Q & C. 225 nt 25.00 $ morning and close at o'clock iu tho ; Can't Boost; Don't Knock. will never attempt it ogam. W'e Ike wns for many yW Thursday. men, becauss of the reputation of 245 nt 10.50 ) four o'clock in the ofternoou. a businessV. D. Ware is suffering from the place. 1 belieVo 1 kuow some"-In his. home town. He is sur- will have the samo thing over again Mr. '85 nt 17.00 . life ballot has but the one question IThe I. J. rt'Celvtd ihe following vived by a Widow two sons, Dr. Vm. Uliless Wo Wtu by an overwueimmg thing of King'a Mountain and can grippe. 450 nt 17.00 fcii. upon it, the count will of course, be a ensc of la for publication from K. Barton, of Oak Park, 111. Mr. majority, jtud when this is. done, wn in Danville dis- speak freely iibont it. It is tru that 205 atr 17.25 , (jliief, of. Police B. D. Cnrtcf, to quickly made in each precinct and Sum McKmney yet John Barton of Sublette, 111., nnd two go after the blind tiget's and boot- -' crop Wednes some things have. been nud are 4S5 nt 17.00 which it is glad to give space. Ite the result should be known by six posing of his tobacco dalisliters Mrs. Irn McLaren, of leggers. 'Ihey claim it can't be douo $19.t)4 that ought not to bo there, however, Average day. o'clock. spys: Sonftle, Wash ftnd Mrs. Qeorge M. but it can. If a United States marHubble, was wo would hayo our friends kuow that Dona MeKechnie, of By Sam Taylor, pf Casey, There seems, to have been some of this place. To the lat- shal who is a stranger aud does, not sorno of the best pcoplo on earth live Wednesday evening. here 230 nt 20.00 LUCIEN LASLEY PASSES misunderstanding in regard to the Pntterson " especially" is much sympathy ex know the people," uud their habits , returned iu nnd around King's 'Mountain. ' ter Mix. J. L. McKee Riffe 375 nt 23.00 V IT. S. marshal locating blind Users AWAY AT CRAB ORCHARD seven bootletrueri in a edn tended. Lust September we presented our Inst week from Cincinnati where 05 nt 23.00 iu Stanford. He only examined the -4 Miss Emma Dotv cave n Chafing If ew hours why can't yiny .good local clergy book for ticket to agent in visited relatives. 330 t 21.00 city .qniL county..court rccprds uiyi n;Ei; ni&tv nTITnnnr nttMiss" Sarahdfficer make it sobotr,r4wboet Well Known Evangelist Dies After, dooi.Cincinnjiti Mt-'- s ' . 320 nt.17.00 Efne "Drye; nt MeKinneyr Oraiids-Cenh- al secured the names, that the officers of Pneumonia-N- ews Short Illness lias bejn miich lleggers that they'will With a smile on his face hu said wns hero shopping Thursday. 130 nt 15.00 of the tqwu and county hud arrestFrom the East End. much attention during ty never to come ba"cic agaifltOtkfeted by so kuow there were any Noie llishop of Moreland, passed ''I didn't 25 nt 10.00 ed nud coninced, thereby tnking out er counties have done this and 1 stav in Lancaster. through here Wednesday en route prcathcrs nt King's Mountain, and 225 nt 12.00 warrants from which he made his her Crab Orchard. Ky. Feb 8. Wm. Scott 'of Bucna Vista know ours can do so if wo elect the misof course, informed him of his to Liberty. 55 nt 15.50' arrests. Xo l S. marshal has ever Mrs. critical riht man to do the work. We can't Lucien Ijaslcy, one of the best Mips Hester Whitman is viitiug take. $19.39 located and nrrcstcd any blind tig- was called to Mercer by the Average known men i en red in Lincoln county relative nt Georgetown, illness of his mother Mrs. Proctor. expect whi&ky men to enforce temtibout ltut here it comes ngaiu er operator since I have been in ofBy J. T. Veach of Mercer, died nt the Perkins Hou-- e here on The deceased died Wednesday after perance laws, but can elect temperMi. Chns. Wheeler and "Miss Lincoln county being u pauper counficii in the' past four years in this 180 nt 25.50" ill Mimdny evening, nfter a short an illness of only jtwo days, never ance officers if we want to. Let our Logan left for Chattanooga, ty. nm glad that the editor of the Mnek town. At .the time this O. S. mar215 ut 23.50 ness of double, pneumonia. He was to attend the Presbyterian layman I. J., was mistaken but sorry he took regaining consciousness nfter being motto ho "Pure Religion and good ' IriO nt 19.50 .' shal made these arrests he took four Government, regardless of party." about 53 years of age, nnd is surviv- comention. his information from tho Model Liout of the county jail here serving stricken. 190 nt 1.9.75 Tho people of Stanford nnd Lin- ed bv hi-- wife, but no children. Mrs. i The C. W. B. M. Auxiliary, of the cense League of Louisville. This is Mrs. John M. Mount gave a re-.. sale of whis sentences for the illicit 230 at 24.00 nrK" . who had been in New jpurislian ehuioh met with Mrs-- . R one of their plans probably to cu- ecption nt her homo last week, the coin county are proud of their ky. 230 nt 22.50 Arrived j- -t u few hours too late to A. Lipps. Subject: "Our .Missionary courago the return of the saloon to truest Miss Dani- - schools; nnd churches, county court honorees hems her w Now ns to the officers of this 45 nt 19.00 husband before hw dnth. i,ee her el of Paris, Misses Burko, of Illinois, house and new depot and should be Training School''. Mrs. Lipps was Lincoln county, but we are glad thnt county nnd town doing their duty, I 310 nt, 22.00 Mr. Lnsley hud Iwon back in Lin- lender and Mre. Haughmnn conductWhite nnd, Shackelford, of uud when they or the real estate old Lincoln has officers that will will say frankly that I am in close Stockton 315 nt 21.00 coln county but a few week( before ed the devotional program. There not submit to any buch, and we tire The hours were from 4 agents advertise a desirable house Richmond. oftouch with the workings of the 195 nt 22.50 lie was taken. For the past 'several was twenty of the number present hoping and praying thnt the Christo 5. Mrs. Mount wns charming ns or farm they always state how many ficers (if both county nnd town and 230 nt 21.00 churches miles from the schools, years be had lived in Kew Mexico anJ five victors. At the conclud tian people of tho county will verify hostess nnd served delightful do not know of n s'ingle iustance in a 310 nt 21.00 y considerably. Mr. Do they mid traveled and rail road facilities. ing ol the program we were invncii the statement of the 1. J., iu the Jan. which a single officer of either the 315 wu bom in Lincoln on n farm bo to the dining room whero delightful 2(ith issue which says "There are Cnntnin T. A. Elkiu was inform ever state the number of miles from . county or town has failed to do his 315 nt 10.25 tweeu StnnforJ nnd Crab of the sudden denth one, two or more saloons? refreshments were served. enough Christian people in Lincoln duty. Every ease that has come be- ed by a telegram 330 nt 18.75 hov-1 want to-- appeal to all young men In early life, he lmndled rnee of his niece Mjs. Wiley L. Morgan, on Feb. county to keep out saloons 410 nt 17.75 fore Judge Menefee, I or some of mid made quite u reputation with The who like myself, pity old meu and homo lit Knoxville. OFFICER LANDS MAN 10th." The victory is ours if we tuy deputies hnvc taken the party at her 230 nt 15.25 them. About fifteen years ago, his was beforo her marriago middle aged men who have followed do our part ns tmo men and wo nnd the witnesso by which ho has deceased 240 ut 23.00 professed religion at n bis revival m Thought To Have Murdered Op- men should. One who is interested. Louisville, the drink habit until it has become and I will say iu Miss Elizabeth Elkin, of mnde his conviction '200 nt 24.00 StanfOid, conducted by Kev. Carra-dili- e. nnd a daughter of tho late Garrard beeond nnture to vote to keep the K. K. Y. erator at King's Mountain. his behalf he has always given them 190 nt 22.50 nnd sinee then had lived u conElkin. Sho was .30 years old and saloons out for their sakes, and I what was coming to them. 190 t 22.50 Although dispatch from Cinoiunuti to the lite. sistent Christian to the old men who do SPRINKLES-HESTtho wifo of tho managing editor of also ER illi' I will say, too, there is less 235 nt 20.50 never niduim-- nr. a minister, ho did iifuiuooii papers Wednesday said:' the the Knoxville Sentinel and tho nnd those who do not drink to vote cit selling of whisky in this town 233 nt 15.25 The wedding of Mr. Grover Hes-ti- r. Q. Ar C. Detective S. S. Morrow much evangelistic wmk. nnd became promi- to keep the temptation of drink from than nny other adjoining town of the Chuttanovgu News. She was 250 nt 14'.r0 and Miss Ella Sprinkles, brief passed through Covington today, earnest, forceful noted as nn and in the young manhood tuid womauhood nent socially in 200 nt 10.50 same size. I have heard n great r for the Loid, lie had been do-- 1 with John Henry, nged 18 n negro. mention of which was made flast clubs. Besides n husband sho of our county. . deaf, of talk from some of tho pcoplo i i. ..i.i !.. .i... .,.....,(,. ;;! week, was solemnized nt the homo 115 nt 15.50 neip illg colisiilerniile woik hi i.i. w .neury was iiviu m ib brothHoping ull my relatives and of this town nbout what was goin" is survived by n sister nnd a ' 113 nt 15.50 out of Lincoln nt the elc- - jwhlle the officer was waiting for his of Rev. J. . Roberts, in tho Preach friends o all vocutions of life will $18.00 on. I tninic it ucnooves every gooa er. tion Saturday, when he was taken train. The negro is wanteu on n crsvillo section, in the presence of G455 lbs averago Miss Katberine Reid of Bcatty-vill- e, without fear or favor, and with ma this Mr. Liihlcv was liked by ev charge of murder, it being alleged a large number of thcir friends and By Judge John W. Hughes and citizen of tho towu to help stop ill. is tho guest of Mrs. J. A. Amon lice towards none and chanty for ' u vice. Any .citizen enn go beforo tho loved ones. Durch Hester, cousin of Bradsnaw, of Mercer. eryone, and time was much sorrow thnt he shot nnd killed J. A. Engl-Miss Ruth Ray, left the past week nil do nil in their favor to make police judge or tho comity judge nud '390 nt 21.00 :ipressed on nil sides when news of nuin, n telegraph operator on tho the groom, noted ns his best man and Rich next Saturday's vote as nearly un- take out n warrant and 1 assure you to enter the Normal school at 495 at 15.25 Southern road, at King's Mountain Miss Mnrv Anderson, the benutiful $i death beenine known. as possible for right mond. Mrs. Wm. Hays, of Stanford, animous it will be served promptly. 315 nt 18.00 Station, Ky., two years' ago, for tho daughter of Mr. Dave Anderson, wns Thi" Itinera I services were is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. James A. against wrong, "Oust the blind tigr Now, I thmk it time for the pub500 nt 15.00 Wednesday afternoon by purpose of robbery. He was cap- tho maid of honor for the attracre- ers nnd vote as you pray." lic to either do their duty or stop' Beazley. Dr. R. L. Pettus has tive bride. Mrs. Hester was attired 520 nt 10.00 Rev. Morgan, of Crab Orchard, and tured in this city. Sincerely turned from a month's recuperative kicking. I hove never sought news in n becoming suit of blue and car420 at 13.50 Rev, J. E. Roberts, of Preachcrsvillo J. H. BAUGHMAN. notoriety. I have always done stny at Martinsville, Ind. Mr. and BRIGHT of white carnations, paper GREENBERRY ried n bunch 370 at 14.00 mid wme attended by a largo numwhat I thought to bo my duty and Mrs. Hubert Gulley nnd little daugh while the Irrido's maid wore a hand420 nt 15.50 accepted a position ber of hii friends. "Afterwards the lof llio noonlo lie the iudire. I have ter have gone to Lexington to re- Danville has & Cobb of Kichmoud. cem- To Go To Los Angeles March IU To some suit of tan. After tho cere17.50 490 nt remains were hud to rest upon with Collins allowed no one to dictate to mo ex- side. L. B. Beazley of San Angela, mony, the wedding party adjourned 290 at 17.50 Take Tobacco Agency. etery Hill in Crab Oructtrd. Misses Margaret and Joan Mount pect the eitv council. I don't ex- - Texas is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, ', ' Mr. nnd Mrs. v. 1j. 390 nt 15.20 Notes to the Jion'e the 'Crab Orchard News O. Brown and gave an elaboiate coarse dinner, and family will Grconberry Hright pect to piease cveryooay mar wouiu Luther Gibbs. Mrs. C where a delightful sup430 at 15.50 Mrs. Mary E. Bronauuh, the aged leave tho being Miss, Sarah Dam-el- ', - for Los Thompson, guest .first of Marchbe impossible. I feel that 1 have children are in Barbourville visiting honor 450 at 15.25 mother of Col. B. H. Brouaugh, is Angeles cAifornia, where Mr. Bright per was served. of Paris. The young ladies prove pleased the majority of the people. Mrs. Robert Brown. Rev. T. B. Ray, 380 nt 14.50 quite ill at his home hero aud has will take Ihe agency for tho Strader themselves ideal hostesses. Anyway, $ho returns or tno Jast ejec- of Texas, was a recent visitor of his ed 105 ut 14.75 become so feeble that she has been Tobacco Company, of Louisville. He ME SOUND SLEEP OF HEALTH Mr. R. M. Robinson died at his Nancy Ray, of Buckeye tion points, thnt way, for which I am. mother Mrs. 320 nt '14.75 four o'clock forced to take to herjucd. As sho will have headquarters at Los An- is not for those suffering from, kidMiss Patsy Kinnainl was at home to home in this county at very thankful. ; in l,.r 79th vear. her friends and 415 at 15.25 ney ailments and irregularities. The young friends and Wednesday morning of a complica nnd will cover much of tho geles I have done four men's work ever a number of her 330 nt 14.75 T.'1.. T'i.lunt. Pillo Will ..... oved ones are very uneasy over her diseases, age oa years, auo territory ot soutuern caiuorniu proiujll USU Ul i.' uicjr.uuvj 4 ...a since I have been in office I have made the hours pass pleasantly to tion of 455. at 15.25 farmer rheumatism, ditfnel backache and condition. J. M. Earra, of Frankfort, deceased was a prosperous that point. Tho many friends from i kept the streets up in first class all. Hon 320 at 14.75 esMrs. M. M. Perkins is down with nnd loved ones of this popular fami heal and strengthen sore, weak and and one of GarraTd's most utgiuy condition ,also kept them clean, ev- was a recent visitor in Lancaster, 250 at 14.75 ailing kidneys, restore normal action A widow one soa the grip. cituens. ly regret to see them leave here, but en gone so 'far as to havo the trash Mr. J. S. Bowman, of Lewis county, teemed 350 at 13.50 with it health and strengtn, Mrs Crate Edwards is with his father, will wish Robinson of Richmond, one lor tnem every success nu and F. Spnlsbury, Sterling, III., says: from tho people's premises removed, has joined his wife hero for a visit Frauk days. 330 at 15.50 .George Edwards, for a few Mrs, C. C Coble, three happiness in their new homo, lov M. collect the city taxes servo all no to Mr. and Airs. W. O. Anderson. .laughter Mr. Thomas Robinson and 515 at 17.75 my back Tho Crab Orchard Springs aro put several years Mr. Bright "I suffered great pain in Neighbors, of Livingston, brothers tho past $15.50 ,tices, keep order also conduct and Mrs. Fred Robinson of ting iu an clectrio light and ice plant bus represented tho big wholesalo and kidneys, could not sleep at night, 0,320 lbs averago Mr. aud Mrs. J. Deputy Sheriff C. A. ," not raise my hands over y JUB. Brack Draw is ou tho sick 'It. UWIIlBr 81 BVyie. (ninnuge uio iijju"B lights and "ya is with her parentsLucy Walker uoiy this county, George Robinson, oC Mrs. firm of Curry. & Norwood aud could Mrs. fire B. Bonnie look after all street 215 at 20.50 Mesdamea ? ., f tborouchlv'mv head. But two bottles of Foley list. ..... ..t..1iti.1 n liitsltllWS ( n..i f..Mi ..... : lwjvi n.,,1 two sisters hmi. 9plugs, in fact I serve 18 hours every who iius just np ill 295 nt 19.75 Danville, sunne Rev. Rueford filled his regular...u . I. nils i Willi ll.. l,.iaSaaa niMilll Idney Pills cured me. Shugars & !it. IUC UU3WH.OO vv..- -. . under. Miss Dora Harris, of Dunn of in IrtllPIl daV." and 'am ofteu called between course - ;. 125 at 19.75 i.niiitii.nt at the Christian ciiutcu . Tanner. tons which he will eucouutej:. .JSundiw morning ana evening. fu-tu- ro ... -- ,..-Jintion- w-- .. . ' Danville, Ky., Feb. 8. j 230 at 19.25 Tho market at the People's To280 at 15.75 to get bacco Warehouse continues 150 at 23.50 ( 255 at 22.50 bettor all the time. Splendid prices Wednesday, wcro realized at tho sales the top price paid being '41c 220 at 17.75 a pound for a basket oiierea oy 230 at 17.00 Boyfe Kirkland and Sheperson of 250 at 14.75 county. $18.91 Average the Peoples The management of By J. W. Bradsnaw, of mercer warehouse desiro the tobacco grow150 at 23.00 ers of Lincoln to know that they ap00. at 23.50 now preciate nil past favors and aro ' 195 nt 23.50 in better shape to serve them than, 75 at 18.73 ever beforo nnd to set them satisfac 50 at 18.75 tory prices for their crops. The buy50 at 19.00 attending the People's ers are all 50 nt 11.50 ?alo3 nnd tho demand fo tobacco Average $10-0is getting better all the time. They By Richard Cobb of Danville. pav to bring your tobacco to the 305 nt $32.00 People's wnrchouso for a square 405 nt 20.00 olBow are a deal nnd right prices. 305 nt 20.50 few of tho pales raado Wednesday. . 175 at 21.00 and S"eper$Mi, of Boyle By Kirkland ' 150 nt 25.00 Pounds 105 nt 21.00 71) nt $41.00 355 nt 21.50 " 250 nt 18.00 .103 at 21.00 . 75 nt 18.00 430 at 21.30 ' J. it) nt l. (.(.). ' 305 nt 22.00 s" 170 ut 11.75 375 ot 20.00 100 at K.OO 320 nt 21.00 . ' ' 0.00 8 nt 300 nt 19.75 M ,$17J30 Average 50 nt 1U.Q0 , By Bettie Kaughman, of, Casey nt 11.50 -32 nt 40.00 . 95 at 2J.50 jrf'J.30.00 . ' 155 at 18.50 Atlanta, Oa., Feb. 0, 1912. Mrs. Jnmc A. Roystoti received Editor Interior Joumul: I have intended writing you a telegram liuormmg ucr ut mo death of her aunt Mrs. Joo Gray some time but kept putting it off, Heynolds nt her home in Chicago. so will wait aud see you, nothiaj The deceased was 80 years old and preventing, Saturday next. who havo Tell my many friend-1died very suddenly while flitting in She was a sister of the been writing and sending word that her chair. will bo there Saturday, February late Mrs. Ephraim Brown and during her girlhood days was consider- 10th just to vote and to do all I ed an unusually pretty young wo- can to help roll up a large majority against open saloons again in our man. Miss Lettie May McRobcrts gave county. I am of tho same opinion an enjoyable party in honor o her nnd still think it is only a joke about guests Messrs. Bark, of Illinqis5, voting saloons back in dear old Lin, LANCASTER 'M w i M ''31.') """' con-corui- r?: . ..... - 'lx.J'a7 xix "iinr::ii - e post-mnsl- cf .'... ' 'y ' y iii-re- ti n t" -- .. DanW,-o-I?arU--- jeave-he'-eou- lia - , , Lnr-ley- Iji-le- On-hard- e- -- so-M- !ty wo-me- V. "i m con-diet- ed V V ' ' 4. L 'a i ' a V " mirv .:. nni, ivj 1.- 1 w. .A i ':' .. ,r ...M Mt i if. A , TIT ... . .tJ, lMAMtZKl 1 w;iBQijc?x-- : i .i 0 0 O 0 -- .:,.CjwKjC .X ... manships of committees given Kentucky members when the House beThe came democratic in 1010. This Ettabllthed 1872 beyond doubt that Oscar showed Underwood, the great democratic HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,...Publliher llouso leader, hnd a true perception of tho abilities of our Congressman. IN ADVANCE And the work which Mr. Helm has 1 A YEAR STRICTLY done since nml the recognition it itered at the reatntllce at Bun-- 1m obtained linvc fully juotificd tho second claa mall. 'evidence of fnith which Mr. Under wood showed nt that lime. The pnssngo of the direct primary POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. law by the General Assembly means that the demoernts of the 8th disFor Comonwealth's Attorney. opportunity of an- trict will have the Emraett Puryear, of Uoyle, endorsement o wus tueir giving nounces his cnnAdacy for common- splendid record nt the primnry next wealth'? Attorney of the Thirteenth Autrust. That they will do so in Circuit Court District, subject to the untnistnknblo terms, there is not the action of the Democratic party. lightest doubt. For County Judqe. T. A. Rice announces his candiAll EPIDEMIC OF COUGHING. dacy for County Judge of Lincoln action of the Is sweeping over the town. Old and county, subject to the . young alike aTe affected, and the democratic party. M. F. North announces his candi- strain is particularly hard on little dacy for County Judge of Lincoln children and on elderly people. Folcounty, subject to the nction of the ey's Honey and Tar Compound is a Democratic party. quick, safe and reliable cure for all coughs and colds. Containsno opiates For Jailer. announces his Shugars & Tanner. Peyton Parrlsh candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE county, subject to the nction of the Democratic party.. his Georue DeBorde announces For Prominent Mt. Moriah Farmer candidacy for Jniler of Lincoln coun Upon His 53rd Birthday. ty subject to the, nction of the demo- STAMFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL Interior Journal. 0 0 000000000000000 Is TO ARMS FROM MRS. BEAUCHAMP. Who prohibition unscriptunlT TEMPERANCE COLUMN This space is engaged by the Tcmpcranco Committee of Lincoln County. O THE Do not I lie the springs ol life by neglect ot itie htimnn inechanlm, by llowln(l tecumulttion ofpoitont in the (jitem. An ImiUtlon ol Nmurr't method of watte of tittue and lmpocritimcnt of tne blood and nervoui ttrrnth li reitorinf to take in alterative tl) eerie extract (without alcohol) of Golden Seal and Oregon Itrape root, Woodroot, Stone and Mandrake root with Cherrjhdfk. Over JO cra nfo Dr. Pierce ave to the piiblio tlm remedy, which he called Dr. Pierce't OolJcn Medical Diicovery. lie lound It would help the Mood in taking ip the proper elc mentt Irom lood, help the ller Into activity, thereby throwing out the poiont front the Mood and vitalirinj the whole lyttcm m well m allaying and oothinj a cough. No one ever takca cold tinleo conttipated, or exhausted, and hating what wo call malnutrition,whicliM attended with impoieriihcdMood and exhaustion ol nere lorce. The " Diicovery" N nn tonie which reitnrea tone to the Mood, nere and heart hy Imitating Nature's methods of restoring watto ol liiue,and feeding the ncnci, heart and lungi on rich red blood. . "I iudrrri! from rln under mr riant theuMrr Mail a very New llmlcll, 8. tl. to Dr. "Tr.nV"'!h! rl.'aMnY. W.noRi, of different It. . Pierre. IlufTato, IJ. Ilxl four doctor ami none OKI me any rood. Some ram I had consumption, othrn MM I would hard to have an operation. I ra Mridden, unabla to sit up for ill montha and wm nothing- - but n lira skeleton. You kltlnl ma In take I)f. fierre Is Ooklrn Medical Dlmrrery and Dr. Pierre's Pleasant Pellets. When hail taken on tottle of the ' Discovery I eoukl sit un for an hour at a time, and when I had taken thrr lttl- - I eoukl do my up SBCuOtfT OF LONG JLU'E. A CALL i - !. says it isf The brewer. Who sas it Tho church. Which should is not? know best? Which has tho best chnracter ns a witness? Tho wholo area of scripturnl endeavor, from Sinni to salvation army, stands for prohibition. Woo unto 'him thnt giv-ethe warning his neighbor drink the Chrstiim religion bears as its th Over Coats sell them. A i. ti f '1 sf Ji IB Farmer i3 a candidate for Mr. Joe fierkey, a prominent far of Lincoln comity subject to mer of Mt. Moriah neighborhood, Jailer the action of the Democratic party. wns delightfully surprised by n host of his friends gathering at his home For Magistrate January 31, to celebrate his 53u J. T. Roberts announces his birthday. Mr. Gerkey is the proud for Magistrate in the Stan- father of four sons and two daughford district, subject to the action of ters, who were gathered about him, the Democratic Party. on this delightful occasion. Wm. Fields announces his candiJohn his oldest son, presented dacy for Magistrate in the Stanford him with a cash gift of $25. Miss district, subject to the nction of the Francis Hatfield gave him a beautiDemocratic Party. ful handkerchief. Thn hraEn tciv9 certainly did ius- :,. t,nclvM in h Jinnntifnl HELM CONGRESSMAN HAS MADE GOOD and delicious cakes, pies, jams, jel- Hoc. rtn . ihnt wiTo Bntt-nbefore Ko member from Congress from the guests. Those that enjoyed the with the exception of splendid, delightful occasion besides Kentucky, and .Airs. Gerkey and children Congressman Stanley, who is known everywhere as more or less of a were: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rcid, and "grandstand player" is being men- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. "J. S. Young tioned in the dispatches from Wash- Mr. aud Mrs. Jim Uiatt, Mr. and Shell Reid and son, Mrs. Can- ington nowndays, half as much ns Representative Helm of the Eighth sada Epperson and son, Mr. and Harry Mavbricr nnd daughter, Congressional district. The Courier Journal last Sunday had a long first Mr. nnd Mrs. Den Hiatt, Mrs. Jack and two dnughors, Mr. nnd page interview with the Stanford congressman regarding the work,pf Mrs. Curt Gerkey and six children his committee on Expenditures in tho Jack Pcarce Mills, Miss Bculnh Hnz- Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrmon 'Hatfield War Department, and the great saving it is making for the people. The and tluee sons, Mr. Conny Hays, of LonisvjHe Times has repeatedly Ohio, Mr. nnd Mrs. Burton Spires commended his work editorially, and nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hannah carried long dispatches in its news nnd two children, Mr. and Mrs. Snra columns, and nsiain on Wednesday, Bastin and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. Maybricr, son nnd !two dajigh- gave up nearly the Courier-Journa- l, in ters, Mrs. C. D. Warfield, Mrs. Min- a column to n speech he made the House, and which the paper's erva Dunnwav, Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. dispatch said was "enthusiastically Ballard, Mr. 'and Mrs. J. W. Young, Mr. John Spires, Miss Francis Hat- , applauded." Harvey Helm has been in Congress field, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Floyd nnd just long enough to have reached Mrs. Jim Boone. the point where his real usefulness to his constituents and the country STOMACH TROUBLES at large has begun. It is very well known that the first few terms a Congressman spends in Washington Cured By Vinol Here is Proof Seymour, Ind. "I was troubled with have to bo devoted to getting "onto chronic Ptomach trouble, and flvo the ropes,'' becoming acquainted and weeks ago it pot so bad I had to glvo acquiring some standing; that is, if work. I had tried various medl- he has the ability to merit any. Mr. clnes without relief, awl . aC- - ovi.i,i Ilelra. has "made good" in every first bottlo I was greatly benefited. Pense of the word, and that, too, without the blare of trumpets or Am now on tho third bottle and ready Am rapidly gaining pushing himself into the public to resume work. strength." In weight and Edw. Nle-prints every time his name is called man. House, which has more or less in the It Is tho curative medicinal elecharacterized tho work of some Con. ments of tho cods' livers, combined gressmen from Kentucky. He has with the strengthening properties of gone about his duties quietly and tonic Iron contained In Vinol which makes it so successful in restoring pamodestly, working honestly, tiently and faithfully for the best in- perfect digestion and at the same builds up the tired, overterests of his people and the whole time It and worked system. recognfitaon of his' country, first Try a bottle of Vinol with the untrue worth really came when he was derstanding that your money will be appointed to one of the two chair- - returned If "" "" help yon. Dink can-dida- cy cratic partv. t. vii run-dow- n 1 When n man tells you that yon can'tmake men moral by law, you may know that you arc being instructed by n parrot, n fakir or n fool. He might ns well say you can't produco a bent trco by inclining a twig. He might ns well tell yon that you cannot deepen a steam by building a jetty. He might as well say you can't improve poor soil by sowing clover. To make men moral is nbout nil sou can do by law. Laws are almost never enforced literally. Comparatively few receive punishment for brenking law. Xot many obey law through fenr. A rcmedinl statute cuts comparatively little figure the first fifty years of its exisence. It is the silent unfclt pressure of it on incoming gener-ntiothnt makes tho people moral by so much ns it is moral. It is not so much the sheriff as the teacher that brings on tho reign of law in obedianco anl order and that is liwtv. Ijiw is tho irrcat school master that brings us to' itself, and that makes us free. The assertion that prohibition does not prohibit it a curiosity. It might be called a luminlferous lie. does not Who says Prohibition prohibit? The liquor dealer. Who profits when it fails? Tne liquor one dealer. Who makes it lain liquor dealer. Why docs it failLBe- cause the average liquor dealer is confessedly and incorrigibly a enm-M- r. mal, a combination of Fagan and Bill Sikes, in contempt of popular will and the populnr right. s. Does somebody resent that craliaztion on the ground that some 'iquor dealers arc men of good Ptc? Tell me wherein is an office for stolen ijoods worse than nn fice of a big business that knowingly and wilfully supplies liquor to broth. els, blind tigers and boot leggers to the contempt and confusion of law. How much is the sender of obeene literature, or lottery tickets, through the mail a meaner degenerate than the merchant thnt establishes his agent on the border and ships alco-- J. holic liquor 1o illicit dealers in prahibition area? Tell me what kind of traitor is more dangerous to liberty than the liquor denier who denies una prevents tne ngut ot tne peo- pie even to vote on the question prohibition, or purchases and inti- initiates the voter to prevent the wish and will of the majority. For sheer dnmnable insolence, if for no other reason, the liquor traffic ought to be killed. We have in this county an orgnn-- a s, izetl band of bushiest, the most compact, determined ana effi-u- p i;t;c nlnf l.n.lv in mnn " .: business nnd crime, tho cruelet mas tcr and tL.e JUOst generous rewarder of weaklings and criminals in of Cce. It is undeniably difficult to control them. But unless this is to be a government of liquor dealers, by liquor dealers and for liquor denlers this masterful cabal of traitors, now seen so clearly, so unmistakably nnd so unanimously despised, is due lor destruction. And this is not prophecy hut liyirg, growing fact. Decency nnd sobriety under law are gaming ground, nnd the gen-Mrre-M- rs. tt, out-law- standard. Mas. Dorm. rooking and tend to the chlMren. t took fourteen Ivttlea In all and waa then In rood health. Uy weight Is now li"? ttoundt. There never was a time when over-coawere NEEDED MORE than this zero weather, and never a time when U Vote Against Saloons, we were more anxious to To Vote Your Ticket SaturWe Want the Money day Like This: "ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF THE IN SALE, BARTER LINCOLN OR LOAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY VINOUS OR YESQ OF SPIRIT0US, MALT LIQUORS? SION THE PROVI- OF THE LOCAL OPTION NOjxj LAW AND PROHIBITION SHALL APPLY TO DRUGGISTS. BISHOP LATTY "In the lns't few years alcholism has started nnd scared all Europe And I deem it urgent for a bishop to raise a cry of alarm. AU kinds of measures, offensive and defensive, best adapted to combat alcholism, must he combined in a supreme effort to extirpate the evil which is poisoning and killing France. Barbaric alchohol depopulates our dear France and brings shame and denth. Cnrsed be the poison which generates so many evils." Pastoral let ter for Lent, of 1900 by Bishop Lnt- ty of Chalons, France. BISHOP CONATY ''Where saloons arc licensed, how many live up to the law? Not one. Vested rights! Has the community no rights 7 There is no Tenson for the. existence of saloons. Blot them all out, nnd what harm 7 ishop LouatJ BISHOP SPAULDING "Supprcssion of the manufacture nnd sale of nlcholic bevemges is the only adequate remedy. Temper- nnce societies attract comparatively few, nnd are efficient- - only ns long as their members arc stimulated to a sort of moral intoxication. High license diminishes the number of sn- loons, but not tho quantity of the drunkenness. And then, too, license is, in a way, to approve; and a wise and good mnn cannot approve the liquor traffic. Whatever restrictions may be thrown around its manage- the American saloon is. nnd must continue to be, so long as it shall be tolerated n nuisance. Its influence upon individual domestic and notional life is wholly evil. As to the right of the State to prohibit there can be no question, since the right to suppress crime involves the right to suppress its chief cause." Bishop Spaulding, of Peoria 111. BISHOP UEGIS CANEV1N "Whenever the Mtluon flourishes, intemperance prevails, crime increases, manhood is debased, nnd the Church suffers loss." tfisLup Begis Canrvin, of Pittsburg. BISHOP P. J. GARRIGAN "I nn not a fanatic on this question, but I a in a minister of religion, and my mission is to teach men right 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 day we will sell to you at $11, $14. and $17.50. We have a good stock of Cra- venette or Raincoats, worth Jn 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 LET THEM ALONE. toop--toTo-da- H. J. McROBERTS StanfordKy. kno;,t.tf;e them. niwn Ip . In,l ilmiM nin ()f Go(j an( hus SJiyc I must confess thnt in mv 37 ycars of experience in b;on tlle VTt,aU.st oUtm-i,- that ) inis- - to my ,he saloon." MS i,t.,n succt..s itf-hP. J. Garriu'an, of Sioux City SOMETHING ;; . mSHOP M0VGIIAV w. '1. nm ,n Leftr,-- '' For Our le present movement for because I believe it is calculated to lewn the evils of intemperance among our people." Bishop Alonng-hn- n of Wilmington. mousantts ol ttic clergy ol the Kovvnu Catholic church are as Itntly opposed to the snloon ns the protestnnt clergy, There is cterunl warfare between the church and the saloon. vio-me- apathy with NEW 'A Wickless Coal Oil Stove. Call and see it. ' Fan.,, Friends We have provided a room chairs, materials with tables, comfortable writing full-pock- et cd, d, black-hearte- d con- and telephone which we will be. glad to have any ' . ' T ft IT 10 0000000000 1' j i ; '00000000090 0 0 0 0 0 FALL and WINTER SOD a 0 ft v t n Shoes, Hats, Clothing, i 0 Caps, Ladies' and Gents' Family Goods now at Cost There are 2,000 ministers in tho United States and ninety per cent, To Make Room. of them are openly and bitterly opanti-saloo- spiracy is going back, with snarls and curses, to its fall. Will Lincoln county cringe and cower and fall back in the line or will she show courage and press forward against this already defeated, law defying traffic? Let every man report for duty nt the polls Saturday the 10th and .thus hasten the verdict in this too long delayed trial. You can '.iiB. v.r.at juu cun ao you ought to do, and what yon ought to do by 'the grace of God, do, for the sake of your women nnd children. TIUNCES E. BEAUCHAMP. farmer friends make use of when they have business to tran- sact in town. n deal If you wish of any kind private m to close make use room. of this LINCOLN NATIONAL COUNTY BANK There neer was a victory ,ith-oa fight. Tho conflict is on; the battle is raging. It is not to be This battle is no blunder, some things arc worse tb.-.-n war, the supremacy of evil is worse, tho rtign of lawlessness is worse. It is worth while to light to keep out the saloon. Nobody seems to lo iible to say anything good about that institution. Even those who now quote eminent men in favor of license are not at all successful in making the saloon upoear in a better j light. In fact they seem to shrink from such a task. "The conscience of the community indicts the snloon in tne name of childhood whom it robs of its birthright in the name of trampled womanhood whom it robs of her rights; in the name of debased manhood whose moruls it ruins; in the name of society whoso interest it continually thwarts. There is only one duty for Christian people to do 111 the fnce of these facts and that is tu jiru.v imu ngitato and work and vote until the day of the indignant rising of free men, when tho saloon shall bo blotted out for ever. ut Inpi-ente- d. I W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT Wc consider tlic 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. J FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new fall and winter sampled are now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the best 00 the market can suit anyone to price who had Mi clotnes md. tT order. A suit to ready made clothe. To nave them made to measure doesat cost any more than ready made wftea duality made to your measure ia preferable and fit la considered, Com in aid let me take your measure. Our customers may rest assured thai any pre scription they bring to us will be accurately com pounded. Or. Hets' Poultry and Stock Feed SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. i posed to the saloon, All the leading denominations are bound together in n the league to fight the saloon. The great men of the Cath olic church are against the saloon, also, rend what they say. CARDINAL GIBBONS I am hearty and absolutely in fa vor of local option with the coun ty as & unit in elections. , AGAINST WET FEET Wet and chilled feet usually af fect the mucous membrane of the nose, throat and lungs and lagrippe bronchitis or pneumonia may result Watch carefully, particularly the children, and for the rackkg stub born coughs give Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It soothes the inflamed membranes, and heals the coughs quickly. Take no substitute. 6bogars and Tanner. A WARNING u Penny's 7)rug Store, Stanford, JCentuccy, H. C. RUPLEY.THE Practical Taller U. 3sJZZ-J- . 'V' Wr T"P!f SUAf JilUMtWI W'ifw .:'.f L4sa ROYAL BAtffNG -POWDEI Absolutely Pure MAKES NOME BAKING EASY Snturdny morning for a few dnys' stay. Mr. llniigliinnn comes especially nt this time, to vote against saloons in tho election Saturday. A. T, Nunnelley is improving (,'litly nfler n bad ense of the giii. SHORT LOCALS. Monday is county court day. Hring in that dollar you owo the I. J. For Kent. Five room cottnga with water works nnd good cistern; terms reasonable. Apply to E. Wilkinson. Mr. John M. Uooch made 1(!1 12 pounds butter during the month of January, with a .Sharplcss twain separator bought from W. II. Ilig-gin- s. Light Biscuit Delicious Cake . What would you do without a good horse T Keen him drv and wnrm with a good blanket. 1 have them. J. C. McClnry. The Lincoln county Medical So ciety will meet in Dr. J. F. Peyton's office in Stanford on Tuesday Feb. 13, 101U at 10:30 o'clock. Drs. Sin gleton, Itrown and Cnrpcntcr will read papers. A full attendance ot the society is expected. M. M. PhilH-2- t lips Scc'y. Here's urnal Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts y The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar 1&3 SOCIAL ft great oiler that was bcfoTo: The daily nev- er equalled Courier-Jo- and PERSONAL Col. John Rout hnj been lnid up with the grip for sovcrnl ilnys. Mrs. Jot' Xcvius, of Itncnstpr, wns the guest of Mrs. J. D. Wcnrcn this week. Mrs. Susan Ycngcr spent several days in Louibvillo, the guest of Mn. W. IL llicc. Thurnmn K. Tudor continues to pnin (fctrength, his friends will bo glnd to know. MUx Louise Huffman spent n few days in Lancaster with her aunt, Mrs. Kramn Klkin. Grover Itigsby is down with pneumonia nt the home of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Itigshy in the country. Mrs. Snllic Snufley left Wednesof the day to pcnd the winter at Orlando, Fin., uud other southern points. for Mr. John S. Wells left Tampa, Florida to feco his mother, Mr. J. F. Wells who vns injured by a fall a short time since. Mrs. Wells U getting along nicely nnd it IS, Dr. Julti) thought fclie Mill fully recover i 0"!ey continues Muih. Mr. Welti will lie nbent about about the same, ,at his home, lie is two weeks. Mrs. F. K. Tribble, who in a very weakened condition and has fiocn ill with the gnp is reported ibis bet of friend will regret to better, much to the gratification of 'know thnt ho docs not seem to inn-hmany friend1!. Danville Mcsscn- - itenally improve, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hester gnc ger. I In deliglitliil reception for their feon, Mr. Grover Ladies. me Miss EllaHester, nnd his bride, Sprinkles, nt their Not only pleasant and refrething to home on the Lancaster pike, last the tite, but gently cleansing and sweet- week. Quite a number of their ening to the system, Syrup of Firs and friends from town were present nnd Elixir of Senna is particularly adapted report a delightful evening. to ladies and children, and beneficial in Word has been received from Mid- all cases in which a wholesome, strengthdloboro thnt Mr. and Mrs. George ening and effective laxative should be ,V. Given", formerly of Lincoln coun- usca. ii is nenccuy saic at an limes anu ... .,:.. . 1....1. ,i dels colds. l.cadacli and the Mins;an), thnt .,,,,, j(i lUll,J16nc.s fauKd.yinJ.iideit.iionMOVor their condition.. Tho many promptly and effectively lha ,t is the one , , d, f f pedect lamiiy laxative w hicli gives satis- pie will hope for better news from (action to all and is recommended by!'. : ,n.i il"cin 0Qn- f f.m;i:M .!,, ,... -- m; Nu,VS ,'"m0 itom St. AugllStillC, ' Lnnwlr,! nf I., who Kav Fin. that Miss Margaret Warren who ceuence. Its wonderful popularity, however, has has been quite ill with diphtheria nnd led unscrupulous dealers to offer imita- pneumonia, hns suffered a relapse tions which act unsatisfactorily. There- and thnt her condition is very Her mother, Mrs. Charlotte. fore, when buying, to get ki beneficial effects, always note the ful name of the Wnrren nnd brother, Ashby Warren arc both nt her bedside and she is Company California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on. the front of every being attended by her uncle, Dr. W. package of the genuine Syrup of Figi S. Elkin, of Atlanta. a&d EJerir of Senna. Mr. and Mrs. J. LT. Baughmau, For sale by all leading druggks. Price who have been spending the winter 50 cents pet bottle. nt Atlnnto, Go., arc expected home y n. er (Sundny excepted) nnd the I. J. both one year for $1. Send your subscription in quick to the 1. J. offlce for this offer is good only Mrs. Illiznliclh Carter i visiting during January and February., tf her J. A. Cnrler nt Walnut Flat. Several high class articles at cost Mr. C T. Bohon, of Lebanon, was if sold before May 1st. One $18.50 here Thursday on business. Ernest S. Jtnines hns returned to clock one $30 watch, two jinirs of Cincinnati after' spending soma time $15 diamond cuff buttons. W. H. Mueller, jeweler. with his mother here. Kcv. W. K. Arnold, of Danville, FOR SALE OR RENT. was here this week bpcaking for the We offer for sale or rent the temperance cause. Woolen Mills nt McKinney, Mrs. W. X. Craig left for Keren Thursday to spend a few days with Ky. This mill is fully equipped to her husband there. manufacture yum, j'enns, blankets, Mrs. Kittle Haley of Lebanon J'c Linsey and other goods and is well o K- - ! Tanner. is the guest of her sister, here, Mrs. locnte'd. Apply 12-- tf McKinney, Ky. Uink farmer. Mr. S. T. Itoberts and niece Viola C. ltrnily, sjxnt 'frvrrnl days k Hev. J. G. Livingston will preach Casey County last week, tho gutsts nt Logan's Creek school house next of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ashley May. Sunday nt 11 A. M.. nnd nlo at Mrs. Pauline Haines left last niclit. The church is undergoing week for Louibvillo where she will some, repairs, fo tnc scnooi nous-mnki' a lengthy visit to'her children will be ucd. Mrs, Xellie Hrndy and Jnines IL Kuiiies. Tor Sale. Pure Bred Mammoth Mrs. C. C. Lyon, Mis. A. C. Young of Ludlow and Drome turkey,. H-2- t. two pretty children IVrnu and Clif- Ilustonville. are visiting her parents, Mr. ford, MASTIN-SPRINK- LES nnd Mrs. Jo. Mcridith nt Ottcn-ciln- the south frido of .Main street in Stanford Kentucky The City Council of tho city of btnnlord, Kentucky, do ordain as follows: That Hint portion of tho south slue or Mnn rtrcct in Stanford Kentucky which is in front of tho residence property of Dr. G. 0. Stop coughing! Coughing Perry and also that portion of the rasps and tears. Stop itl south sido of Mniu street in StanCoughing prepares the throat ford Kentucky which begins at nnd and lungs for more trouble. and includes the residence property P. Stop it I There is nothing so of Mrs. nnd A, Jlrown, now occupied by her bad for a cough as coughing. extending to Dr. J. F. Peyton nnd and including Stop itl Ayer's Cherry Pec- perty of Baptist Parnonnge, tho probut extoral is a medicine for coughs cluding tho property, of C. It. Coleand colds, a regular doctor's man, bo paved with a concrete pavemedicine. Sold for seventy ment in accordance with tho plans, years. Use it! Ask your doc- speeifications and requirements of 29 of printed tor if this is not good advice. section ordinnncc tho mndn nnrt hern- which is Unleis there ft daily action of the bow 0f w reference els. poisonous products are absorbed1 cautlnc headache, bllloumesi, nauteu , The width of said pavement is to djrpepsla. TewUh you would askyoui Jc and remain the name ns the pres doctor about correcting your corurfpttlod etit pavement now located on said taking laxative doies of Ayer'a PillsJ 'mmt, b ih. j. c Tn ro.. t J.n m " :, s,rce,t ,ri,;,.i, ls lo i. replaced by tho . hereby ordtTcd. lone ' The grailu of Miid pavement is to Hcv. Wallace Fisher, pastor of ,llc same that of the pavement the colored Hnntist church of Dan- - , villc, will speak to both white and '" front of ail property except that in ironi ot tlio property colored nt the colored school house ,u,e near the Danville piCe Wednesday occupied by Mrs. P. A. Urown nnd Dr. J. K. Peyton is to stnrt on a levnight. . . el with the crushing over tho nllev Wn nro tnatnll linf between tlint lot lllld W'nrilpr's mill water and hot air heating,' plumbing ju" n 'traight line to the south cast ec, Conn Bros., Lancaster, 81-t- f. Jcorner of the preent grade of the 'pavement in front of house occupied W. S. Fish represents only the 'by T. D. Itnnoj nnd from tho west best anil strongest insurance com- - 'end of the crowing on cut off street panics. Let him keep you protected, 'nnd on nmj level with it n straight Ihic to n point on level with south Parties wanting rooms nnd offices 'cr,d of crowing from Logan Mrect call nt State Hank & Trust Co. Sec 0VCT .Afnin street to pavement on HIl'II IUVV 1UUI1I- -, il'U tnilt t .In f un.n ... -- ,... f II C. Anderson's store room on said Lost. On Ottcnhicm or Somerset fctrcet nnd from that point a straight pikes a child's gum slicker. Please line to the level of the pavement in leave at Field's stoTC. A. J. Gooch. front of lot of C. It. Coleman. The work hereby ordered is to be Catarrh Cannot Be Cured done by nnd nt the expense of the with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, u ther annol r. owners of the ilnr.d fronting and tne ml ol the dteuf, CaUrrh M a bkxxl nr dieeae. and in order to cure It ou nun uke Internal rrmedm. mill CaUrrh cure to uken In. abutting the pavement ordered to be urrallv. M aeu dlreeUr upon the b'iOod and muroua constructed ns provided by law with, not a quara medt- iiaiin latarrn cure-wu tw. i countryprrecribea uy one or tne Dent phymrlana in thirty days after the service of a lor fi and H t rreuUr pmrrtrxmn. j Id thu ii ronwro or rof dx lonira known, roablnm copy of this ordinance on them, and wiib the brat Mnod purlflrn. artuc dtrrrtlr on the muroua nirtirra. Tnf Pfrtrrt combination of the the cost of same is to be apportiontwo ln(rr!irnte what produrea turn wonderful re- ed among them as required by law. uiu m rurinc fiurrn. ma Jot tratlmotilAUi. rree. r. 1 CHENEY CO.. rropa.. Toledo, a fcM bf Diuis. price This ordinance shall be in force TUt utii t unur run for routlMtlon. and effect from nnd after its publiThere is a great difference in life cation by certified copies being posted nt three or more public plnces in insurance policies. Mutual Benefit the corporate limits of the city of I can show Policies are superior. Stanford. Kcntuckv. , you. Why not Buy the best? R. M. A. B. FLOHEN'CE, Mayor. Newland Agent. I.. It. HUGHES Clerk. Why cough? Stop it! FISH TAKES PARTNER D. S. Bromley, of Virginia, Buys In terest in Insurance .W. Office. to tho community. Mrs. Bromlev u n noted vocnlist nnd will Im mi nn. predated addition to tho mmia lov ers of tho city. 3 vJ A CHANCE by-la- S. Fish this week sold n half interest in his extensiva Insurnncn business hero to D, 8. Bromley, of liucnn Vista, Vn., vlio with hk family, COIIsistillfr of Ilia wifn nnd tittlfl rinuchler. arrived in Stnnfnr.l Wnl. ncfiday to make their future- homo here. .Mr. Bromley acted ns cashier of tho People's Bank nt his Virginia homo for several years, and beforo that lived in Owen county, this stnto vheie he was born and reared. Hn comes with a splendid reputation as a progressive business mnn, and will, with his family b0 wnrmly welcomed - IMt TO MAKE A $1 COUNT UANGER OF LA GRIPPE tack of la grippe that threatened pneumonia. A fnend advised Fo ley's Honey and Tar Compound and 1 got relict utter taking the f ret few, dose1?. I took three bottles and my In grippo was cured." Oct tho genuine in tho yellow package. Sold by Shugnra and Tnnner. 1 nneumnnin. To euro your al gnppo coughs toko f oicys ttoncy and Tar Compound It. E. Fisher, Wnshincton. lCns.. nva "I was troubled with a sovcro at Is it fatal tendency to ' vn At $41.00 PER HUNDRED t FOR TOBACCO . 1 This Is our top price slnceFebruary 1st, though we have had any number of baskets to run from $35.00 to $40.00. A tew of the many good averages since February I, are: S. N. Chambers, Mercer Co Samuel Dean, Mercer 1930 1715 s"e Can & Hendricks Mercer Eubanks & Wilder Boyle, nnnrj a , 4r ot ft St Farris & Cox Boyle Wm. Weatnerford. Boyle Merriman & Farris Boyle Rankin & Murphy Boyle Smith, Irvine & Wilder, Boyle Hancock & Roberts, Lincoln, J. D. Gaints, Lincoln G. A. Hancock, Casey ?045 2855 1865 1015 1985 1560 1490 2940 840 605 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds "pounds Average $17.80 Average 17.10 Average 18.70 Average 18.70 Average 21.70 Average 21.00 Average 22.35 Average 2250 Average 21.10 Average 24.45 Average 21.00 Average 2250 A I : Tobacco is hig"er than at any time in years; absolutely no limit to good, colory grades. Danville Is one of the best, if not he BEST market in the state. WE CAN GET YOU THE TOP PRICE. ASk your neighbor wh0 has sold with us. Knowing HOW to place on the floor to the best advantage and the BEST auctioneer in the state tell the story. Yours DANVILLE TOBACCO zftt For a Square Deal WAREHOUSE CO.. Inc. Walnut Street I is & Danville, Kentucky. n. tai r. VI had only mSSSmmm money Wmmm .Tiiat mmwjsM I've M. I saved ite-m-m Particularly the Folcv Kidney case of fcidnev . All ordinance reouirinc a concrete .,lot beyond the Miss Knnnic Mastic, a very at paternent to be laid on portions of vn nietlieine can 1 tractive ouiig lady and Mr. Arch & Tanner. 'Sprinkles, were made man nnd wife by Ilev. J. J. Dickey nt his home in Stnnford on Wednesday afternoon. Thi wedding was a sequel to the Sprinkles Hester nuptials of last week, both parties being friends and the bndu and groom of last week, wero the attendants nt the wedding Wednesday. Others of their friends were also gathered to witness the happv, oent nnd the popular young couple was showered with congratulations and good wishes from nil. AN ORDINANCE Pills will cure nnv or bladder trnnhln reach of medicine. do more. Shnrrnrs mftujc b3Pi3iiB Scott's Emulsion rhm fi, strengthening n nmi spen I i;'w w 1 "s I BURNETT and tr Wilson their Surprised On Wednesday WILSON ,,,,, 1 1 1 rntl ...l January 31, I he-- Miss Sula F.urnett many friends by driving to Stanford nnd being unit ed in the holy bonds of The groom i the 1" year old son of Mr. and Mr. J. W. WiUon and one of the most popular young men in tho county. His brido is the beautiful 13 year old diughtcr of the late Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Burnett, both deceased, and n sister of Meiidnmes. M. 'M. Thompson; and Eugene Abbott nnd Hobnrt Burnett, of Keren. A hnt of friends join in wishing the;n every happiness. May their lives be bright nnd useful and happiness crown their dnys. A. FItlEND. keeps children healthful and happy. Live Amna rf D ASHAMED OF HER FACE I wns nshnmcl c t my race," writes loknnl of North Carolina. "It as all full of plnipleH anil rnrn. but lifter ueinfr D. 1). 1. Prencrlptlon for lczema I can sny that now there Im no Hpn of that Lczoma ami that was thre Uarhutnco." of thousands of cases nne This in nhlch I, f. D. has simply washeil nny the skin trouhle. D. I). I), a. cleanses the skin of the norms of IVorlafls nnd othtr serious skin llfen-s- ; stops the Itch instantly, nnd when usel with 1). P. 1). the cures seem to he ptrmanent. Nothing like I P P. for the complexion. Trial bottle 15 cents, enouch to rrre the merit of this wonderful rem. tdy We can nlso Rive you a full slue bottle for J1.00 on our absolute pinr. antee thnt If this vry first bottle falls to rive you reller It will cost you coth-in- fw this food-medici- every day and Mit. 1 you feel like that, come WHEN to this bank and open an account. It is the only cure. No matter how small the deposit it will be heartily welcomed. Then cut down your expenses and start on the road to fortune by adding to the account regularly. watch them grow. IT PREVENTS Croup Whooping - Cough Bronchitis STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Prof iU $4,098.94 Deposit $75,481.90. L, McCarty Pre. W. M. B. Salin, Cashier. Loss of Flesh ud Buy ALL other troubles Jl-- U c. DRUGGISTS Shuaars and Tanner. Stanford. Kv. The Thrifty Housewife H ahead. Does her white sewing now and is ready to get out among the Looks flowers and enjoy the great out of doors. We have all the necessaries for your White Sewing. To encourage the early buyer we are making special prices on White Materials, Laces, Embroideries, white goods, Soft Dimities, Ginghams, Soft Cambrics, Cottons, Sheetings, Linens Etc . THESE ARE FINE DAYS FOR SEWING. t u SEVERANCE & SON, Stanford, Kentucky. ... .;' (ti" Jwr.. - J.ia -- mv taT.,itimi -- .. - . KS - ,. SJwv ...i . w S JtXxwfw wirta it I r- THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY A You Will! - -- 7 ELECTION I NOTICE. s wVWTi m Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation without griping and without shock to the a)atem. It contains tonic properties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that In time medicines of nil klnda can bo dispensed with and nature la ana In solely relied on. Among the lesions who testify to these facts are J. P. IlUnkenshlp, Sharon. Tenn , nnd Ileulah I Itogers, Ko.inosdnle, Ky, and they always have a bottle of It In the home, for It Is n reliable laxative for oil the family from Infancy to old ne. Anyone wlahlnc to make a trial of thla remedy before buying It In the recular ay of a at fifty centa or one dollar a larire bottle (ramlly site) can fcave a sample bottle sent to the home of chance by simply addresstns; ur. See B. Caldwell. 40S Washlnaton BL, 111. Tour name and addreaa on a postal can) will do. THE FARMERS I hnve a good snddlc horso nnd n splendid breeding jack which 1 will sell or trade for heavy wotk stock. A T, Trnjlor II. D. No. !, Stanford For Sale Privately about no ttcres of land, pnrt of tho W. II. Trnylor place; contains two good Apply to Dan tenant houses. 10-tTrnylor. Polnnd For Sale. Registered China hogs, cither sex, also somo baled hay. N. J. ConcMorclnnd. W. B. Burton bought threo maro mulet of John Robinson of Boyle, for $025; five of Bud unities f Lincoln for $740; a pair of Mark Setters for $350; and 10 mules of Mac Miller of BnrdMown for $2.00 per head. The fatal disease prevalent among stork, continues taking its toll in Oarard. especially in cast nnd north-eaGarrard. Thomas Broaddus, Charles Dean, Mr. Bolton, Mrs. Mnry Sanders, William Kay, Mi!ey Walker, Ilonry Ray, James Simpson nnd a number of others have lost valuable horses from the malady and mules and cnt-tl- e have nNo been stricken.' Dr. R. L. Pointers, the competent veterinary surgeon, finds tho disenso curable when treated in pts first its symptoms stnac, nnd reports similar to meningitis ns indicated in He claims that it littmnn beings. is not due to enting mouldy corn, ns tock that hnve never been fed maize linNe died of the disease. Dr. Pointers beliecs the epidemic is taccable to a germ made prevalent by the iiiiusiinl climatic conditions of the last few months. W. B. Burton bought 25 head of cotton nudes four to six year-ol- d from Bnird nnd Mann, of Lexington nt an nvcrmrc of $200. per bead, Mr. Burton hns exported 13 r.!iic7nlre opening of the season, making his shipments to North Carolina', South Carolina and Richmond, Yininia. V. A. Lear bought 10 250 pound hogs from Logan Burke nt 6 per pound; 10 100 pound shoats from Maurice Sutton nt 4 1 cents and 20 200 pounds porkers from John Bogie nt $4.90 per hundred. Elmore sold 100 bales nt J. clover and timothy hay, to J. V. Sweenev nt $20 per ton ,nnd n lot of mixed hay to W. C. Greening, at-Parsons, Knnsns, at $15 per ton. V. A. Lear bought a mule from a local trader nt $142.50. R. E. Thompsons sold $050 worth of corn to Banks Hudson nt $3.50 The Alexander Bros., per hairrcl. sold a lot of corn nt tho heap in the field nt from $3 to $3.25 per barrel. Mr. Sweeney Morgan is feeding 200 fine shoats at his farm nenr He bought the Lincoln boundary. about 500 barrels of corn for fattening his swine. The following being some of his purchnses: 250 barrels from Taylor House at $2.50 per barrel; 40 barrels from James Bryant at $3: 35 barrels from Dan Williams nt $3 delivered; nnd 40 barrels from W. P. Gill nt $3 delivered; Most of the mnire wns bought the late rise in the price of corn. Tenter and Hicks sold a bunch of heifers to a lueiti busei fit $20 pc-head. f. st 3-- lc 3-four-year-o- ld be-fo- ie r m . .- -. I HK Af I IIP L HUUdlHlsJ a S m b " u ( step 1 into Jour the Now and time to yourself anew a choose 3 suit at a price mat iwilllsurprise is AtthntiRh Ihnso may dlspnta It who et thousands nC have not tried It, others, who spr-nfrom personal oxperl. assert Hint there 1" n permanent cure for chronic eonstliwUlnn. Homo testify they wero enrol for as, llttlo aa nfty cent, ears neo. nnl that ths trouble never came hack on them, whlla othera admit they took several bottle before a steady cure waa brought about. The remedy referred to la Pr. Cald. well's fiyrup Pepsin. It haa been on the market for mer a quarter of a century and haa been popularized on Ita merit, by one person telling; another. The fact that Ita strongest supporters are women and elderly people the onea moat persistently constipated makes It certain that the clalma regarding It aa a permanent cure for constipation have not been exasperated. It li not violent like cathartic pills, aalu or water, but operates cently. wmkk Wwni I VwSnflr v saOTIsEr mi drurlt I kXLaLwiLaLaLaLaLaLaLV IfliaktfTafaEW s you. We Have A Full Line Of DRESSERS. STANDS. IINING TARLES. I NINE CHAIRS. RECEPTION CHAIRS. 4ALL CHAIRS. CHILORENS' CHAIRS. SIDE BOARDS. CHIFFONIERS. MATTRESSES. ,IL I I I 0 I ROOM SUITS. IP A pir of neavy 8loes can now 5 be secured at cost 0 o of extra m S ee our Bargain Counter In I BUFETS. LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTHS. WALL PAPER. 1UILDING PAPER. CARPET PAPER. LACE CURTAINS WINDOW SHADES. MIRRORS. BED SPRINGS. MATTINGS. RUGS. ft U JLi aTflV TaaSI I Northern Pacific Ry I ft Write sS tlll R4lrt CWrtlawta fllllkftKsaa&lZiiiiiaflr tBaaT H 1 I QK sx to tlM , Tor Ratea of Tara, Tall laforatatloa aad Tr ntastratarf Lttoratara akoat la aavaa f raat MiaasU, la Prosperity States of America Wash- OrHai. ftLct. W.,Tk IiIh Staaasra' Rallarar las Krttwt. Sct.lc Ik O.t WtscMsla. Ksrta DtUla, MmIsss, fans a caUar. CAik aWal Law Oat rfallr March war Ssriat CalaaUt Tart. Boattrtktri la April 13la I air 4 Tatidaya si atltctl aa tint 0 good shoes. 0 0 We make low pricesjon all goods and guarantee the goods to be what we say they are Jl "BBJI BW mi !, kr rr M BM. "MT U Irlta4t ' III ' 'MH RBTf1 I BJB llll Ha BTB lt rr, tacaaolk. Atfi J COSTM.W. Dtiuiti rtuntirA.lntlnmUm ti. J.C FATOS, Ttlft I mm &. iri,Af- -, ) Mi Iff Ml VBBBVy. OSfl'X VTjTX fgv fJH mh, Ci.i4J Btf Sl2LCf9 ' II ajaja SW - Bra CUMMINS & WEAREN Stanford, - f 0 O W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford. Ky. PUBLIC SALE! I will offer sale Mt. Salem on All of my 0 -- i Kentucky. PUBLIC SALE! Lome IfYou Have Money WE WANT IT at my near fc Saturday, Feb. sm 17, '12 2 The Home of Hart, Schaffner fct S' Marx Clothes. 8 i I IT NEW ORLEANS b MOBILE MARDI qRAS SPECIAL, REDUCED FARES Tickets personal property con brood mare sisting of 1 filly with foal; 1 coming horse, a good one, 1 laced work horse, 1 cow, a good one, 1 yearling heifer, all my household furniture and fann ing tools to numerous to mention. At the same time 1 will offer for sale my house with four acres of land near Mt. Salem, Ky. House contains 6 rooms, good-wel- l of water at" door. Terms made knewn on day of sale. A. B. AUSTIN, Mt. Salem, Ky. four-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld m s i -- U.S. publicly beI will offer for ginning at 10 o'clock on STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS Saturday, Feb. 17, M2 m ml numcvuis, cau on amyW.ticket acent. or write Near Milledgeville. Ky and about 1 A. BCCKIXR. H. C. KINO, Ococral Paiicnttr Atcnt, of Morcland, on J. T. mile north r.iwmtf and Ticket Altai, Injsiu uuuainf . iinannau. u. 101 E. Main Sheet. Lalntlon. Ky. Phone 49. Mosor's place, the following described property: Three good mares, 3 milk cows, 30 or 4(1 barrels of corn, some fodant der, buggy and harness, spring wawagon, gon nnd harness, 1 plows, cultivators, nnd some house Many hold and kitchen furniture. COLT FUTURITY other things too numerous to mention. Announced By Catalogue Committee J. F. Vanhook, of K. P. Fair. Mnrclaud, . Kentucky'. The catalogue committee of the SHERIFF'S SALE FOR Knishts of Pvthias fair, is announc DELINQUENT TAXES ing a Colt Futurity ns one of the W. L. McCnity, Sheriff of Lin- - most attractive features of the I, MONDAY, Coin count, will which will be - 12, 3912, Countyon Court day, FEB. splendid program lor mares are giv ueoffer en. Nominations & for sale, at the Court House door in ing received now, nnd so much in Stanford, Ky., the following proper- terest is beinz taken in it by the ty returned delinquent, saute being many breeders if good stuff in Lin- the amount due for state nnd county ciln nnd ndjointng counties, that it and school tax for the year 1911. is believed the amount of the stake Said sale to begin nt 1" o'clock, P. M. vill go as high as $100 standard time. The names of those Mares must be nominated by paying before that date will bo Mwroli Ifith when n payment of $1 stricken off list. W. L. McCARTY. must be made. Each mare's name Sheriff. nnd color nnd the nnme of the horse Stanford List (White) to which she was bred in 1911 must AUmnn, W. T. NR 30 acres . .$10.50 accompany the entry fee. Brandenburg, H. K. 18 acres . .3.00 On Mnv lth a navment of 52 must Brandenburg, Stanley 105 A ..8.C0 bo made on each mare an owner de 52.55 sires to keep eligible Bright, J. V.'120 acres Carpenter, Jennie nnd Dova IIScL On Arnnist 15th the week beiore MB 29.C5 h. fair, the color and sex of the for 1910-101- 1 5.70 foal must be given and a fee of $2 Comuns, D. F. 37 acres. 2.90 paid. This- - is the final fee, making Dawes, Chas, 25 acres 22.95 Davis, Jas NR 15Q acres 5 in all. The money will ba divid Delauey, Jno H&L Rowland ...5.90 ed into four prizes on a basis of 40 5.70 per cent to first; 25' per cent to Feland, Armp 100 acres Gamores, Frank H&L Rowland 4.95 second; 15 per cent to third and 10 Qillilund J. P. 3 4 acres ....5.40 per cent, to fourth. It is planned to 3.90 open a mule colt futurity upon ine Hasty, A. J. 2 acres 2.80 sunt basis, in view of the very high Hocker, J. T. NR H&L 20.05 class hvbrid youngsters which are Jolmsou C. NR 450 acres Lyons, Jas NR 1 2 acres ...4.55 produced In this section. 19.50 Lunsford, John 1G acres or J. B. Bryan. 3.09 Miller, Ja3. 47 acres Moore, J. W. NR 110 acres ...4.00 AND IP UNDERTAKER Nichols, Reynolds 180 acres ..8.55 DEAL. ALSO 9.55 Raines, J. W. 23 acres Ronten B. P. H&L Rowland ..9.76 ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. 4.85 Strotpti, Joe S., 2 acres TINQ8, RUGS. THEY WILL 2.20 SyserJ John & Dan 1 acre CfcAB ORCHARD, FURNITURE EXCHANGE 7.95 Wade, V. V. H&L KENTUCKY. FOR ALL KINDI OP STOCK. 4.25 Ware, C. G. 1 acre '8.00 GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE Yakev, Jack H&L fiMi Utmnimi sk T&TW7 a(tt . 14, 15. 16. 17, 18 1912, Mitch 2. vitk MtU ami 19 of Ixtaastea PUBLIC SALE! &&&&&& &&&&&&&, Nsrt MONDAY & TUESDAY FEB. 12 and 13. Jesse D. Wearen. The Insurance Man, will offer at Public or private sale at his office in Stanford, Ky., or at any place in Lincoln. Garrard, Casey or Boylo counties, Ky., every day in the year the Home Insurance Co., of N. Y. Farm Policies Covering live stock, farm wagons and vehicles ngaiust fire, lightning and windstorms, cither on or off your premises, any place in the world. Covering grain nnd seeds of nil kinds, while in dwellings granaries barns, Cribs, or in stacks, , shock or sack, on premises. Terms of Sale. Thec combined poliiccs will be at a uniform price guaranteed as low as can be obtained. Auctioneer. Xo auctioneer required as everyone can see the advantage of a policy covering every hour of the day, and every day of the year as compared with the policy that covers only while at home in the barn. Address Jesse D. Wearen "The Insurance Man." Office 'Phone No. 93. Residence 'Phone Xo. 30. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. - 13 If You Need Money WE HAVE IT bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbT -- 7 : Your Business will be well cared far and we solicit Your Patronage. First National Bank Stanford. Kentucky. Capital $50,000 Surplus $25,000 HAVE YOU SEEN 9 A beautiful line of Men's and Ladies' Shoes in Tans and Blacks A glance at them will convince you that they are the finest things out. BRING Y OURFEET TO US. U i We will have an expert Fitter' and Cutter with a large assortment of samples for that Spring and'Summer suit you are going tobuy. Come in and give him a look L. L SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. J. C. McClary Cash for Accounts and Notes comes easily nnd direct when you place them with us Wo mnko collection s nud look after and Canada, claims anywhere in tho United Stntes and make no charge unlestt we collect. Itauk reference. for collection. We guarantee'quality and fit. Stanford, Kyv Correspondence Invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY. Somerset, Kentucky. Hughes, Martin & Co. 9 UNDERTAKER STANFORD AND EMSALMER KENTUCKY. Home Phene 35. IT WONT BE A Office Phone 167. HAPPY NEW YEAR : Oliver Plows: I PLENTY OF LUMIER ON HAND f the loved ones are not protected few wintry months. from the cold and kept comfort able and warm dunng the next 3-- .... The best way to do this is to burn 1-- The Kind That Satisfies I XL.Beazley&0o. I. BaUBHMANS COAL In your stoves and grates. Phone us to send you a load now. J. H. W. E. Perkins, a .... for all purposes. So if ou want to build a house, a barn, a chicken coop, a dog house or a fence, come We have here for the materials. all sorts and sizes in both rough and finished lumber and if we can not suit you in kind, quantity, quality and price, nobodv can. BAMAN & (o Stanford. j. A. ALLEN. Stanfera. Ky. i v 1 : a' i- i ? .t