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EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY OICK NEW LAND ARRESTS DOUILE WEDDING WEST FOR W00DR0W WILSON Popu MAD MISS KATE ALCORN "Economical Soup." ELLIS MUST DIE DRUMMER WHO VOTED HERE Temperance Leaders Prosecute Armour & Co.'s Representative For Miss Kate Alcorn, of this city, A dispatch from Frankfort this (Cincinnati Enquirer) l Ilustonville Feb. 15. Voting in Local Option Election Two very popular young Kant Did third prizo last week in n con- - week said: The Court lof Appeals uf. won "Governor Woodrow Wilson is tho Col. Oco'i'c I). Weatherfoid had a (..,. Cnr liifluii ,'i'nnoniv conducted couples. Mr. Oscar lloltzclaw, nnd firmed the deuth sentence given Jus. democrats and many ncrrow escnre from serious iiuui" . Miss Maude McAlister, and Mr. Mar- choice 'of wst lj0 Uomc8tc BCiCUco department hlhs, of Pulaski county. Ellis und G. E. Christy, the man who& travels the Pres- Friday morning. When he came in tho ComArmour tho shall Newhmd nnd Miss Mary Bess lepublicnns in my state for iq Armour & Co Tbiu firm is giving Fount Helton wero indicted for kill- this territory for Tlio campaign to clcnn up idency," dcclured former Judgo Will store ho vnj nttneked by n bvi cat av.ay pany, of Lexington was held to tho fli n.. i.f .lf,t'ii .- -v w j,or moutU to tho women ing Squire A. J. Bcutty nnd . w.u uuiiwian, uiu.v in lint Itninii hi AlTM . r town of drunks nnit blind tigers under $100 bond by i mctnocr oi mo gi.ringing i.pon his shoulders, cnov- - io thj3 country for original, practi-in- g ivmg, John I'. 1'etttiH nt Preachcrswllc, W. F. Heath in the town of grand jury . we'l inaugurated this week, when on whore Hew. J. E. HoborlH, this pun- - State Supremo Court oi uregon, nnd hitinp, at his face. Ho flung wliicli will tend to re- - Burnside. Ellis wns a deputy aheriff Judgo Bailey in the County Court Moudny night Richard M. Ncwluivl, tor, pcrfoimed n double ceremony wrote the opinion in tho famous tle cat from h.m nnd ca led tot no p. ducc tje cogt o ,ivitlg nn.1 Hello,, .inn,,iv nn.tnMn Thursday on the charge of illegal involving the principle 0,uitc n lively chnso followed bciore ( ..... . .' . MgB Ak.orI1.s uueil, wucu won nuu me Hilling took place til ucaiiys 'votinsr in tho locnl option election ....i.i. , ,,. oijo of Iho best known nnd rcpcct-e- d uniting them in mnrriagc. TIhvics two Kernon case, ; i. initiative nnd referendum the cat was lulled. The fclmo hnd Tho warrant against m ha WM ag oows Stanford, took tho law coupK'H hud been sweothcurts for n of the office. The court says it was con- last Saturday. citizens of nrgued before gone mnd, possibly had been bitten i out by a number of but their lunriimjc cuuiu as which wns recently Soup. Save tho Kconolnicul clusively proM-- that cither Ellis or him wns sworn l into bis own hands at the depot, long time, of the United ,, n mnd dog ns several lmvo been temperance lenders, after Christy a surprise to their many friends who the Supremeis Couit awaiting decision rom glrjng bcuns nnd pcns Helton shot and killed Squiro Beutty now Engine wneie n negro mnti.tianied Will Mode ender heartiest congratulations nun Stnlcs, und in this neighborhood recently. or boU )io(k tW(J cups o fiucly cut nnd thut it is not material which had voted for saloons itPthe "raising Cuin" and brought hi'J good wished. One brido nnd ono groom by that tribunal. Jones vptnliW in butter, carrot, spinach, one fired the shots House precinct. J. W. Accywho Messrs. Iiniidolnli Coffey, nai that killed him, nl, "And you might, too," added the Ilnughinnii and Hen Compton, of onions celery, press through u sieve if the other aided or assisted the one wns on his bond for tho examinin-triby the collar to town nnd turned him nre the childien of Hr. und Mrs. IJ. white, Mr. Holtzclnws noted Weleru jurist," that Governor Morelnntl, came over Saturday after- - nM(j continued on tho bond lor the tlrco cp3 0f tl0 liquor, that did the shooting. A Lincoln ocr to Chief of 1'olice B. D. CuTtcr. I), lloltzclaw, daughter of It. .1. Wilson would have no trouble carry- noon to wathcli the wet nnd dry jJeut jury next s, t10 y0iks 0 two eggs, add county jury gate Ellis the death hearing before tho grand Polic Judgo Mcncfoe the next morn- bride is the of Oregon iu week. near Crab Orchard. Mr. ing the republican htute lialf cup of cream and one tcaspoon-Th- o sentence. road" for nomination. ing bent Moore "over the Christy clnimcd that ns Stanford Nowlnnd is thu son of Mr. Henry the event of his remains of Mr. W. M. Lair, ful of Armour's Extract of Beef, g "The New Jersey Executive ciglty dnys for being drunk nnd wns n central point in his territory Ncwlniid, on R. V. I). No. 1. Doth und brought here Saturday j,0ur the soup over tho eggs KING'S MOUNTAIN. to the popular imagination," St.. were that he intended to make tins his profane language. He endeavor- are progressive young farmers. season, cook n minute und where ho died Thur.s Kintr, "and I regard his from Lexington, said Judge bring his wife here, after Monro tell whci 3 ho hud ed lo make sere. were buried beie Sunday. With nil the abominable things home, and nomination by the ItaltiinoTc conven- day and his wile MAD DOGS wns the whisky thut he drank but King's Mountain she has their mnrrtago last October, said alioiit swucd Vernon Lcnr, of Morolnnd, tion ns u practical ccitoinly. He is having been n Miss Pike, of Brod-henCRAB ORCHARD. shown her hand in the recent elecV.h.u. insisted that u w hud given Bite a Number of Canines And Other by far the strongest candidate the here n shott time Thursdny However, ho hnd been unablo tion. She rolled up n good majority DeiiioiTiiey can pi cent to the peo to him in n lestnurnnt. Animals Only One Muzzled it to secure rooms here nnd had not Miss Mnrv 1). Kennedy is the guest While driving a wagon loaded with of 103 votes for the drys which show moved his wife here. Tho hotel reple in I ho coming Presidential cam Mr. Newlund was ut t- - depot of Miss Coin Mae Goode this week. hay John Rigsby fell off and the that the good people of this plac gister showed that he usually regisSeveral mnd dog secures have pre- paign ,uml if nominated as l nt 1 1 :J7 Monday night to uiiet i When the Emma Cowan, of Danville, WUgon ran oer Ins leg ju-,- t above have not been asleep. will be, be will be elected. Mis friend, due to arrive on the cast vailed in omc parts of the county tered ns from Lexington, and once I'he Wattcrson-llnrve- y .incident was the guest last week of Mrs. S. the nnktc, but luckily he only bruis-- news came of the victory, the churo'i or twice had registered from Brod. bound train, when he noticed n dis the past week, nnd many canines bells rang and guns weio fired to Yowcll. cl his leg. turbance being caused by the negro which nre suspected of having been has helied to advance the New Jerhead. t. told bitten by rabid nnimnls, nre being sey Executive in popular esteem. The celebrate the glad tidings. May God Mnc.ro. Cue Mober, night Grovcr nnd F.lln Iligsby arc Miller Hill, of Stanford, was here The Commonwealth proved by of our out Mlled. The bull dog hcloimiiii! to public was not slow lo grasp the fact jiiosing now after a long spell. The be praised for the deliverance him tbnt he hud driven the u few hours Thursday. Christy's 'own testimony that his in people from the threatened reign of of the Mutton ouc,ennd when Mr. Sam I). Ends, about the miles from that bis business planned to destry tention to make Stanford his legal Miss E'.iznbetli Phillips, of Joplin, former had pneumonia and the terror. Now land came up, the negro wns town on the Lancaster pike, first him, nnd in the Wc- -t tlietc is othing ter a rising in the head. homo hnd only been formed since his is the attractive guest of Mrs. Mr. Preston Thomas and his marriage last October, which would cunting and using very iudoccnt lan- showed signs of going mad, nnd to but admiration for his courageous W. M. Myers. Walter Grow, of lower Garrard, is daughter Miss Ida of Woodford give him residenco hero of less than guage. A while woinnn wit in the said to hne bitten n number of dogs stnnd in refusing to bo Kynnircd. a Oreslus1 Floyd came down from is visiting his father, Brack Grow. county have returned home nftcr vis"On Oregon we hnc the preferentrait in? room, together with ninny in that bection nnd nlso to huvo Lexington Friduy to be with the Mr. Ely, of Stanford, nnd Miss iting his sisters, Mrs. W. O. Wiltts six months in the county as requirMoscr bitten some calves nnd boss. tial primaries, mid (here is no doubt negro men nnd women. Mr. ed by law for a legal voter. Hess Holmes of this town, huvo been few days. ut Mnywood arid Mrs. W. C. Alford, Wilson will be the homefolks n that Woodrow nid that ho would have telephoned The dog was finally killed in County Attorney, W. S. Burch, the guests of Misses Annie nnd Kate of Pleasant Point. Mr. Thomas is Mrs. Eugene Pope, of Danville, the negro settlement near choice of the democrats of the slnte for nn officer, but the depot phone conducted tho 'prosecution,- - assisted lacnli-twas the guest of Mr. und Mrs. J. B. Middlcton. prospecting for a farm iu this wns out of shape, nnd he naked Mr. the Lancaster pike. A Jiojnbcr of for tho Democratic presidential nomby Attorneys P. M. McRoberts and The election proved n success in week. His many friends in Lincoln will K. S. Alcorn, while Attorney C. G Ncwhind to help him with the nogro the dogs which he is believed to have ination. He will hnc the support Iiouto Inst The ladies felt that welcome him back. .Miss Miiney Ware left Tuesday for Crab Orchard. until the trnin had pushed, or else go infected linvc nlso been killed. One of n large clement of progressive Williams of Mt. Vernon, defended New Orleans to bo tho guest of Mrs. they have been well paid for their la-Delia Rigney and Mrs. Ldlie Bow- Christy. down town nnd get Deputy Sheriff nr two of the dogs which were suid Republicans if nominated, nnd Ore-co- n bor. The children of the graded man nro on tho sick list. T. Itolls for three weeks. will aive her "electoral vote to Jos. McCurty, whose soft drink to huvc been bitten, nre said to have Mrs. E. J. Godbey is visiting her sehol carried flags and banners in is Clarence Williams Master Btnnd is justn fdiort distance down been seen in town, ami had fights him. My information is that the ROBERTS HENDRICKSON the parade Saturday and did much threatened with pneumonia. boh nt Somerset. Seeing that the with town dogs, fto that there is beExecutive is equally us strong on Depot street. Charles D. Roberts, a prominent Mcllnrguo formeily of this ?0od. 1eslcr Miss Elsie Singleton, of Wnynes- - young fanner of Grant county, Okla in hia unseem- lie ed to bo some danger that locnl in other stntes in the West." i was per-i-tiplace but for tho last year has been S(cye Tcater is at homo with his burg, is the guest of Miss Maude dogs may go nind. ly tnlk nnd conduct, Mr. homa, and Miss Ada M. Roberts, tenchimr in Danville was hcie Mon- - ,ll0tut.r jfB EIIlmtl Kairis. Brown took mutters into his own hand, nnd Mnor Florence n few wicks ago MISS SUE BETH JAMES wcjo mniried nt the homo of Mr. oe.u.e. ,,.uB , ,;s AmIo M!d1IctoiI entertained Mr. D. O. Gooch is visiting his and Mrs. W. G. Smith in the BEFORE THE FOOT LIGHTS tiny usiunsr ncims forced tho negro to go with him to issued n nrocliimitiioii thai all dojrs . i la. for Jacksonville, - j. town j muzzled upon ncniiltv of - in daughter. Mrs. W. D. Johnson. f,;,.,,,!, An,lnv v,.i,McCatt.v's place That officer, howsection on Wednesday. Mr. Clinton Bastin wns the guest of honor of Mrs. Ealy Mr. Claud Hester has returned nnd Mrs. Smith having been the A dispntch, from Chicago to the ever, Avna unwilling to nrret the jieiK Killed, but so far but one dog a, Lancaster friends Sunday. guardians of ,thq bride lfor many negro without a warant. whereupon ijmR )r(l) p(ipn mtirrlotl in town, while jLonisille Herald last week said: The Ladies Aid met with Mrs. from n visit to see his wife in Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvie Ellis, of Ellis-Lur- e, Kansas. on t IIicrc r0 dozens roatniiig iho slrocta - rr Mr. Newlnnd brought Moore Kathleen Mvlilio-- h and Sue Both Campbell lust Thursday afternoon. ycais, since the death of her parwere beie shopping Tuesday. Mr. J.aura Lee will leave in a few ents. She is very popular in the tho hvery stuble nnd telephoned tliom. James, wealths- - Misiippi girls nie Mrs. II. It. Spjtler returned to the -- ' Nlis. Josctih McKeowu nnd son. days for St. Cloud, Fla., where she community where she has been raisCm tor, who got up. 11V" l)1R.k Chief of Police tM(,j,. to their home ut Itichmond Monday after who have been usiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Xoimal will make her home. Her many ed, and the young couple have the out of bed. came up town nnd placid GROVE C. KENNEDY. inoth-hontowns after a sensational flight from D. J. New hern hnc i chimed to thejr spending n few days with her friends 1 egret to see her leave but best wishes of all. Moore in iail. Crab Orchard, Ky., J'eb. 10, 'J'J. 'an eelnie musical seminary In "' iu Louisillcj vv e hope our loss is her gain. Mr. New hind said that there scein--- d Meridian and an unavailing effort Editor Interior Journal: Muirell Iteid fell ftom the barn' Mr. and Mrs. Audi Carson, of Mrs. Sallic Cannon is very much to n dozen idle negroes congic-grnTe- d MIDDLEBURG. By lequrat of the futility, to stoim the footlights heights of loft Thursday afternoon and broke Piuewlte are the guests of Mrs. J. improved nftcr a severe sick spell. about the depot, seernl no- and compliance with a promise, I con Chicago theatricals. They are The river hcie has been covered bruised his head. P. Kogcis. rib and scu-rclMr. and Mrs. E. P. Lane have re with eight inches of ice for a week torious street walkers being among years old. a a few lines to the memory of enleen nnd twenty-tw- o Mr. and Mis. Livingston l uper. turned irom a pleasant visit with re- or more, and crossing nt many of that if the ginutl old man to whom 1 gave 'respectixely. They came armed with II told Chief Cattcr lliem. PLEASANT POINT Cooper, of near latives in Garrard county. he would obtain their names, ho thu name ot'Haron" and to his broad Inioiiey, and good looks, many clothes nnd Mis Nancv tho fords had to bo abandoned. Mis. Dora Bastin, of Nicholnsvillo warrants against fertile acres "Baronv". I knew him Imid musical educations. Miss Mc- - Morelnnd, attended tho temperance ' would swear out The weather has been fine for evening. Mc-si- s. J. T. Brown and S. C. Al- - is visiting her mother Mrs. George loafing and our professionals have nil of them for loitering, and creating well. A few ears ago, I took a lot .Intn-- h went home with her father, lecture line Inst Friday Libel ty, was hero fold went to Stanford Monday. Diilhis Rigney. been putting in full time. a public nuisance ut the depot. Mr. of fine tliort horns there nnd wo who pursued her from Collins. Miss., Friday on Rue. of business. lessis. Urban Singleton and John Xewland said that the depot at the niiscd on the shines, and on division and found her here. Miss James J. S. Prevvitt nnd Herbert Benson Henry Thomas, of Libeity. Hmlenson were pleasant callers here Editor BR0UGHT0NT0WN time, was ceitiiinly no place for u duy, we divided by alternate choos- went home with a determination to went to Danville last week with a en Sunday. missed through here Monday while woman, yet the one who was ing, to the entile satisfaction of both trv ngain. load of tobacco. Wc have been having awful cold loute to Frnnkfott. where he is in Mr. Rnv Johnson is teaching a clnss there waiting for her tr.iin had to His domain was manorial, his resiMr. J. A. Estes is quite ill as a reThe Miss James mentioned in the the legislatuie. Tho ' of vocal music nt Cook's Chapel, and weather nnd lots of snow. put up with it nil, nnd listen to words dence palatial. My herd was under dipatch often visits relatives in Lin sult .of a stroke of paralysis. His Mr. George llunu. of Moreluud, ; proving himself an efficient iu- - weather is some warmer now how-ev- daughter, Mrs. A. R. Scott of from the drunken negio which no his care. His gallant boys under coln county and is very popular here nnd we nre glad to see it turn passed through here .Mommy en ptmctor. Woman should hear. j Mo., is at his bedside. he never sa'v the like. ' Uince Ueiisley it at Home Horn wanner. route to Stanford. is miue.llc said Jhs ' As n result of this at fair, it There ,will be Magistrate's court BEE LICK His boys staved at home day and W11 11.H l llin In .,. , , visit in Boone county. ,,.; .,.1 ,..U... .... a , piohnMe that when the station of- night while I was theic, but as soon t """' oc,,','" l"3" Hev. John Elder still has services went d.y asniu. We feel ..u".lVe ONLY ONE "BEST" Mr. Gieen Acton snys he is glad old the depot, moved into ficials are will bo tried. I started to town of Sntuidays n Bethel each Sunlny at 10:30 A. M as this is lean year, us the girls nie so thniikfiil to know that so many which will probably be nest week, Rev. C. T. Claunch's subject at tho the boys scattered immediately. .Mrs. J. M. Iteynnlds still remains Stanford People Give Credit Where talking to him much. took nn iuletest in it nnd voted it will be taken up with the matter Baptist church Sunday, was "Where "Huron" gave us all good in bad health. Theold Minified tiiiflm is working nt dry. Credit IS Due. Supt. Suvder and other officials of advice and when supper was utter Ho Leads I Will Follow." Bro. Born, to the wife of Eugene 1 Mr. Tim Brown came home Suu-tiaiWnil regulating tho assemblage nt the de- 5I10 suffer Peonle of Stanford Claunch is doing a fine work here, the good old "Buton" would dark, 11 nine pound girl. .. i t ... r. r nevv He hns been in Salem, Ind., quire fcmgicton is uu. ni.ng .u pot oi miers mm iim.c ol :il... v., ..... lwrt(1Iinis oll hii back Miss Lucy Reynolds visited fricndi with sck kidneys and bad backs wantand has greatly endeared himself to . the past lluee "' "-- '- - for daughter, Mrs. W.monlhs visiling his people since coming among us. rnce. and seeing that only tlu.se who remedy that can bo dea kidnev .., ......-v week. nt Woodstock last 4HI R. Adams. His TI,o Loot U nnnn's wants 10 Know 11 no win ine umuu- his are going off as passengers, or nre where,it queenly wife presided. any unon his Mr. J?. M. Reynolds is still clerk nended many friends nnd relatives nre glad Ha has one idle Sunday and l.:jnnM.. .! nn.l factinimtv nf thnt CTS. waiting for nnivul on the train, The time- - spent there constitutes ing iu J. M Reynolds store. again. church without u pastor would do to have him back with them Mr. C. C. Carroll will move to fchall be allowiil lo congiegutc about bv willing testimony of services. the brightest oasis iu my eventful M. M. Tnvlor, John Scott visited is backed Mr. A. II. Nonkes, who has been on well to secure his low March 1st. tile Htntiom It has been suggested life. He idolized his boys, he adoicd people . Hero's a case: J. R. Wilson went to Ilustonville Mr. nnd Mrs.. W. S. Elder of near to the sick list for some time, is 6lowly Mr. Jessie Ronton has gone that it weie well to have several of his wife, and provided well for his Eubnnks, Mrs. S. J. Hubble, Lancaster St.,' Saturday on business. Miss Minnie last week. impioving. the night and day men who uio on household. A celebrated turlman ot . with her Stanford, Ky., Bays: , ., . -- .. Mr. J. W. Stringer of Quail will Mrs. John Crank is very sick, nlso Shermon, of Stanford, is ls .w, duty, sworn in us deputy city "I know that Donn's Kidney ruis , aunt, Mrs. J. A. Estes. John Q. Row- Crab Orchard, says he never knjw soon move to Bee Lick to make his Aurit Betsy Hudgins . ' . eiupoweied lo yontrol and arhave not ; Hurrah! our county 'is dry. .1. him to have any tioublo with n gtti- nf lana wenx 10 wcxvinney Dumruuy iu Mr. and Mrs n. hesitation in recommend-- ! The little child of Delia Trimble rest, if need, be, those who have tleman. That he had known him ul- home. and .Mn. P. T. Pollnul has been contin- buried Lancaster, spent part of the week vote against saloons. Mr. mude it u custom of loafing about timately for well nigh u hundred My kidneys were disorder died Siiturdny night nnd was to his room with In grippe but is bet- iug them. with her mother and father, Mr. and McDowell Fogle with their bright Sunday. is not the station, if the practice ed for some 'time and although my here t1e years nnd he never had any trouble ter nt this writing. la"ff"er Catherine tee, came Bryant Brown. ' Rev. J. N. Herald spent several broken up. In nearly every city -- condition was not serious. I was e -- " s him. The uncle with whom he ,uowu with Mrs. Jones Nonkes nnd chi dren J where there is a depot of tho iie Ihad n,.virh,.leS nnnoved a crent deal, days Inst week with friends nt Un- the difficulty was not an uncle HAIR HINTS. spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. A, er und mother. . .. . .;. and beauty thut the U & N., is just 1. consanguinity uui iuy. niimny om.v I.. My ljackaches almost constantly nnd nesburg. It is said that some good woman Mr. Jim Dunlup our bachelor IJ. Nonkes completing here, there is usuully by shouf- settling up nn es- Worthy the Attention of People Who soraotimes became so mine tnai 11 re John W.' Griffin hns gone, to Ala- - in Lincoln county was heard ntfonl-e- d lie thought that in to inform his friends ome ttdequuto polico control quired a gieat effort for me to stoop, friend wishes praising me i,oru over u tate that his wife had not been Sn home. Wish to Preserve the Hair ladies" that he w on lb. bama to make his futuie bv the railroad, iu Thecr were also other symptoms of "the young fairly. Little Ella and Delia Nonkes spent phone Saturday night when the elec some of with the city authorities, and those treated jlliive your own brush and comb nt kidnev comnlaiut that caused me din- - matrimonial mnrket. Girls tion news came over the wires, we The "Baron'' lived like King hdlife Sundsy with little Ella Jncksou. Kidney you nre missm 11 chance of n .,. who have noticed conditions here, uraa. umvu einf. Tinan's tho First, beloved by nil his home at hair dressers. waid Gaily Griffin is very ill with pneu have no doubht thut more than one know that theie is no pluco in tho Never use n comb or brush 111 pub. Pills, procured at Shugars and Inn- - time. felt like shouting. family, feared by his enemies, 111111 monia. Miss Ada Mitchell is with her troubles (date wher buch is needed more. A "dry" mnjority of 048 111 old admired by nil mankind. Pcaco t" lie phues, they nie usunlly covered ner'fl dru- - store, all these Griffin Mar-ee- y, Walter Chnppcll nnd Gar A young man by the name of disappeared and my health hs ter nt Harrodsbuig. with dandruff germs. was hy no nrrcst-t- d, hU ashes. nnd hlsae are in from Indiana to spend u few Lincoln last Saturday Misses Maude Brown of Garrard county, wits Was'' your hair brush once 11 week -'in means a bad showing for the tem.. . . .1, FONTAINE FOX BOBniTT i relatives. ,i....i.,i v.....v.. . ti:i,. days with their ...e by Chief Cat ter, upon a warrant some with sou,' t?ud warm water to vvhich For sale by all dealers, rnce 00 museum Mrs. Julia Smith spent Sunday perance people, iu fuct it is - !.'....... MilKtirn C.n.. RllfffllO hllld MoiulllV llicllt. ewoiii out by Carroll Shanks, chargn disinfectant. is added thing of which they suouia Do proua THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE B. C. Pruitt's. Chailie Biown was the guest of nt ing him with being drunk Monday. asShampoo the hair once a week New York, sole agents for the United tendenoy to pneumonia. it Little Lizzie Jiles is back with her Now let tho saloon men nnd their g. . lllisseil iiiuiiipsui, iur.1 uuuuuj. tie wns fined $8 by Judgo Menefoe, ToIscurefatal al grippe- coughs tako with pure soap nnd water. your grandpa nnd grandma, Mr. nnd Mrs. sociates hang their heads in shame, who iKlavorcd to learn if the liquor Remember the name Doan's nnd Use PARISIAN SAGE every day, while religion nnd morals go higher, Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound ever Bryant Brown. T'' n,0''t valuable . washingnrm iind been bought iu Stanford, hut tho, tntfl U0 other rubbing thoroughly into sculp. nnn or- It. E. Fisher, Washington, Kns., Bays Mr. Polly Ann Cliappell tins been ond the good people rejoice with "put out ' was tuai 01 ij,uuu,uuu young man swore that he nail PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed troubled with a sovcro atwashed visiting Mr. nnd Mis. Joo Delaney exceeding great joy. dered it at Lancaster from a New "I was The petitions of the wets asking securities which hnve been by G. L. Penny to destroy dandruff Horses sold well at C. 31. I'eruiuv big Equitable near Qutiil. produced nn tack of la grippo that threatened Albany, Intl., house, nnd y in Monroe county have and ironed eince the sale on Indiuii creek Saturday. A nneumonia. A friend advised Fo germs und abolish dandruff, or mon-o- for n vnto York, express receipt to substantiate his been withdrawn, but may be filed fire in New back. Foley Kidney Pills will cure any fine year old harness mare brought ley's Honey and Tnr Compound and I Tnft headquarters were opened in etory. boushtn twu stop hnir from falling nnd again soon. To I got relief ufter taking the Iirsi B. Me- case of kidney or bladder trouble $187. Dr. C. B. Cieeeh "riends in Kentucky of Gov. Wil- - Washington by Chairman W,. bottles and scnlp from itching, or money back. reach of medicine. eor old horse nt $143. Cuttle sold took threo Mnnngers for uot beyond the Tho Confederate organization of few doses. I an,, u ill seek to have 'iho President's Kinley, oe Illinois. Shugars 'low. Mr. Pi'.kins will likely move to No1 medicine can do more. Gen. my la grippo was cured." Get tho I To put ,life and beauty into dull 11.1.. - n..nAaJ.il tn included iujhe direct pri- - Tnft .rtnlm 32 stntes for bun. inclml. & Oregon, and make his future home. yellow package. Sold faded hah-- or money back. Price race l.a Tanner. Itobert E. Lee's name from being us- - genuine iu the Tanner. "i-mniy law, PO cents. by Shugars and d bv a whisky firm. Conditions So Bad There Late day Night Private Citizen Forced to Protect Lady. Mon- ROWDY NEGRO AT DEPOT Performed at Preachersville lar Young Couples Wed. Scratches Says Former Supreme Court Judge Attacks and Badly George D. Weatherford In Interview. Of Oregon Col. Wins Prize From Armour & Co., For Says Court of Appeals For Brutal IS HELD TO GRAND JURY Murder at Somerset. 1 " Con-stub- lo v" H-- er jj one-fight- us-ir- ls d. itg-n- im-fi- lnt-M- I y. I C. New-Jerse- y ng New-land- I- Fre-doni- i ie scv-Inbu- te ei Se-dal- I .nr ,, I 1 y. ... ... - - rd innr-fdiu- Sw "",:.... ;. ..... " .,. ,.. , -- mu. ... lit-M- rs. c:. -- I sis-hay- ve .IJ f i j- ..ui-.m..-- I - - - , '- J'.fBBI f. .'f 5 ui "T" t ig1Vta PEESB ' "-- Mjfawtfw IV KT kaiit- - t - mi. .J, traaa a..- 1 - t- -, iif MaiMMiil' ,4fiv4" ' - - '" iMr" ;"mi iHiJii lf t' 'irA ws.tr "fP' T im.j'jitg V T"rWF 'TrTSW 7l"aaB?lBflJjPPHI 'J STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. HIE lMERIOR lOIIRMAL. WAYNESBURG. ToGtf W-- S L aBQBBBBBBBBBBB- ,o .a RBBBBBnBLA4HBP "w QJVvN''rL' A jbc aBBBBBBWaBBaSVrvaAx. 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Tuition Free to Appointees, Expenses Very Low. Ask About G. CRAIIE, President, : : It Artistic Catalogue Free. Address : : : : Richmond, Kentucky FOR THE WOMAN WHO THINKS AND FEELS. Some women complain that they periodically suffer from dull and heavy or dizziness in the head, nervousness, psin and bearinf.down feelinfs which heold sot occur to the normal healthy woman. But most every woman is subject to these pains at some time in her life, due to abnormal conditions in life, such d strength, bad air, poor or improper food, wet feet, sluflith M corsets, iirer, etc. A regulator and female tonio made from native medicinal roots with l glycerin, aad without tbe use of alconol, called l proven Its value in thousands of cases, like the following: Has. Dona M. Martin. of Auburn. Kcbr . Roots 1, Box M. says: I thought I would writo you In regard to what your mediclnea hare dona or me. I have ueci them for thirty yean for female trouble DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION, VatkaVtW vu to any sunenng mem and general weaknesa with the very beat result, and they hare aaved me hundred! of dollars In doctors bills. I buy the ' Favorite Prescrlp tion' and 'Celden Medical Discovery ' and take them together. I never disappointed In your remedies and take pleasure in recommending Are I took your medicines, both kinds, and I passed that period Very easily and left me fat and healthy. I feel like a young girt uuy. am now almost nity yean ii -- . luw to JP w. HAJtm. If any lady cares to write me, I will gladly tell her mora about the good work of your medicines." 4 J Da. Pierce's Great Family Doctor Book, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised edition of 1008 pages, answers hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married, ought to know. Sent fret in cloth binding to any address on receipt of 31 stamps, to cover cost ot wreppmg and mailing only. one-cent FURS - HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Camstleslon. Writs for prlet list mertlonlag this ad. AND HIDES KsUbllahed 1887 JOHN WHITE &C0i louisville.ky. wkmwEv iWST3Kakg IfYou Have Money - WE.WANT IT - If You Need Money WE HAVE IT Your Business will be well cared for and we solicit Your Patronage. First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky. Capital SSOtOM Surplus $25,000 The cntcitninniciit civen bv tlio ' Established 1872 children of Wniu'.liurg win nrll nt- Effect tcmlnl. A delightful program tin- HELTON M. 6AUFLEY,...Publlah.r iiviiui-rci- i ii v iiic bdioni imiuicu nnti Always Buy Gctiuint eernl lioiiutiltil song were sung by A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE the older cliiltlicii. We ih to ten lor our thanks to Prof-- . McMuIliu atered at the roitottlce at and Vlinclilon v ho tiincht the chilaa aecond data mall. dren to say thi'ir recitations in such way. The welcome nn iinjre-siv- e POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. ndlro by 1'iof McMuIliu mid closing by Prof. Whrchlon weio enrnot For Comonwealth's Attorney. appeals to the oters of Lincoln. Our Emmett Puryear, of Uoyle, nn- - Irhnnks lire nlo rt.io .Mr. liny .Tolin- nounccs ins cnntuuiicy iur tuimuuii-wenlth- 's son, Mho mine from ln lioutc near our soup Attorney of the Thirteenth I'leasnnt Point and Circuit Court District, subject to the sen ice. Mr. Johnson hn? jut lately inofd to our county and nlthonph action of the Democratic party. to he hud not been here lout; rno-igFor County Judqe. voti, he linn proved himself on he T. A. Rice announces his candi- light ide, n he hns been a loyal dacy for County Juihjo of Lincoln trmporant'0 worker throughout the county, subject to the action of tbe battle. 5old tjy all Icadirrg democratic party. Well, the election i over and most his candiM. F. North announces dacy for County Judge of Lincoln every one in our ncighuoihood is re- - One Size Only, 50 county, subject to the action of the joicmp;. ion coulil see by the majority thnt we had only a few for Democratic party. opn nloons. Of course it is nntur- For Jailer. .il for them to wear lone faces es Peyton Parrish announces his pecially the ones who had built STANFORD OPERA HOUSE candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln houses for the c.preed purpoo to county, subject to the action of the sell "booze"' in. livery thing went Thursday, February 22 Democratic party- tt quietly, except the announces lm fight, and it only resulted in George DeBordP a few candtilncy for Jailer of Lincoln coun black ty subject to the action of the demoSince the election Saturday CharONE NIGHT ONLY cratic Dartv. Dink Farmer is a candidate for lie Sincleton has sold his goats for The Show That Never Grows Old Jailer of Lincoln county subject to $2 ench. Mis Elie Singleton i isiting the action of the Democratic party. Vr friend, Mi- - Maude Uronn, at Tin: FAMors For Magistrate King's Mountain. .Mr- -. Tulley Caldwell i the guest J. T. Roberts announces his can didacy for Magistrate in the Stan- of her pnrent-- ' at Somersca. Mr. Allen Horton. and Miss Dolly ford district, subject to the action of Goehel surprised their friends bv the Democratic Party, OF aay to Sipiirc Singleton' Wm Fields announces his candi- dacy for Magistrate in the Stanford and being married by thnt gentelman district, subject to the action of the late Saturday evening. They arc 19 and 15 respectively Democratic Party. Mr. M. E, Wheeldon made a busi ness trip to Somerset iFridoy. A Comedy Drama in 4 Acts The word "tax" should be substiMaster Joe May is in Bonanzo vis tuted for the word "tariff'. The iting his sister, Lain Burke. Special Scenery. people vould then understand, the Mr. Armstrong Todd, of Danville, Singing and Dancing Mould question better, fewer people was here last week to sec his best Specialties. that girl. then accept the protectionist their Mr. Lloyd Sims called on Mis the way for them to increase property would be to increase the Mtlvina Dale Sunday. A Big Fun Xi?ht With Your tax on everything they cat, wear or number of Miss Maude Cald Old Friends, use. To use the word "tax" instead well's friends surprised her with a "HI and TRIXIE," would be to make the paity Saturday night. All had n of "tariff" The Kids. protection appear ridiculous to tbe n;o- -t enjoyable cenmg. wage earner. Instead of saying the 'diss Lois Hubble is attending "tariff" on wool, it would be better school at Eubank. Popular Prices 25c, 35c, 50c to say "the wool tax, or the sugar Mr. llogu allow Kentuckinu. trulv tax" or the implement tax," "the tbou art a wonderful mnn. SeaN on salp at Shugars' sewing machine tax," etc. The word tnriff'is a deceiver. Hut the people Constipation is the cause of many They know they ailments and disorders that make know what tax is. pay it themselves. The word tariff life miserable. Take Chafberlaki's HERE IS A REMEDY THAT WILL CURE SKIN AND SCALP has a certain ring to it that sounds Stomach and Liver Tablets, keep like it was paid by somo thiri party. your bowels regular and you win AFFECTIONS. avoid these diseases. For sale by And We Can Prove it. The Prison Commissioners in giv- G. L. Penny. ing up their fight against Gov. TURNERSVILLE. board for for n The Penny drug store says to person be it man, woman or The mnnv friends of Mrs. G. W. control of the penitentiaries, say that the Democratic organization in Ken- Koger Mill be glad to that she is im child who has an irntated tender intucky is in the hands of Vnnsnnt, proving under tiie treatment oi ur. flamed, itchini: SKIN or SCALP, you .Mayo, Camden mid Haly. If this P. Medeklc, nn Indian herb doctor, need not buffer another day. "We is so we want to say that this quar- who has not, as jet, pronounced it have a refined skin preparation thnt acts instantly and will bring you tet or nny others who put Eli Brown, cancer. swift and sure results. Hen-i- v Hilly Klnir, Campbell Cantrill, Little Miss Maggie Hogcrs, of One Marin bath wfth ZCMO SOAP Ilines and the rest of the politi Danville, has returned home after a and one application of ZILMO and cal cutthroats who did have a stran two weeks' visit with lelatives here. ou will not suffer another moment gle hold on the democracy of the Mis Gnhio Bradshaw is at home and you will soon sec a cure in siL'ht ZEMO and ZE.MO SOAP arc provstate for a while, out of business, after an extended visit with relatives en cures for every form of skin or :eserve tlio sincerest commendation at Lexingtou. They arc sold by affection. Mr. Marshall Ilogers, of Danille of the entire party froin one end ot one hading drug-ns- t in every city was here Sunday. the state to the other. or town in America and in Stanford, Little Miss Clara Cash of near by Penny's Drm? Store. A straw ballot on presidential Stanford is the guest of Miss Mar choices was taken in the South Caro-- J garet Iloutt. Go to the opera house next Thurs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Russell of day night and It resulted Wood- lina legislature. so thnt Jivelv country ro- - Wilson 67; Juilson Harmon. 2o, Ilustonville, visited Mrs. Roy Spears play "A pair of Country Ivius" You Chnmp Clark, 11, William J. Bryan. last week. Mill surely get your money's worth. Misses Ora and Anna Sandusky, 11; Oscar W. Underwood, I); undecidThe Xcw Miss Donnie Nelson, and Miss Mnr- ed or nonpommittal 42. Jer-e- y governor is the popular fav tnh Koger were the guests of Lucy Gooch Sunday. everywhere. orite Its Btntficial th Winter Shoes ! w ? 4 SYiorfws nwirijfcdured jyihe l The selling time is drawing to a close but the wearing time is JUST NOW. Following this cold weather will 'A.. necessarily be mud and slush in abun dance, and you will need good shoes more then than now. See the prices be low on the very best footwear we can buy. j oBd Dale-Padge- ee. The celebrated $10 15 inch top "Witch Elk" shoe now $8 the "Menzies" $6.50 shoe with 15 inch top now $5 the same shoe with 12 inch top worth $5, only a few pairs left at $3.50. Honest Mike A PAIR $5 high tops at $4. Ball Band rubber boots at $4. COUNTRY KIDS All rubber articles now $1.75 and $2thepair. These have been $2 and $2.50 s H O E H O S i SH. all Season. S J. McROBERTS StanfordKy. E SOMETHING NEW A Wickless Coal Oil Stove. Mc-Cren- ry ev-e- ry Call and see it. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford. Ky. Si THE OUR 4 FAIL and WINTER Clothing, Shoes, MS Hats, Gents' The only objections we have to the direct primary law passed by the General Assembly is that it did not for presidential include primaries electors. It is to be hoped that the legislature Arill incorporate such a provision in another bill and enact it at this session. Senator Bosworth's Hill providing for convict labor on public highways passed the Senate by a unanimous vote. This is the only reaj solution of the good roads question, according to our wny of thinking. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new fall and winter sample are bow ready for your lwjactlon. They cosipriaa the beat on tbe market can iuK anyone aa to price wno had bli clotaea tde ttr order. A ault to ready made clotaea. Te have them re-- C Lincoln 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. County National 'i aw Bank. Has a thorough understanding -- nf its customers needs, nnd has built up the business on the principle of service to. customers, nlwnys giving prompt attention to their smallest request. With its Capital and Sur plus of over 200,000 00 is in u position to care for tbe (rants of, the largest customers. Corner next to Court Ilonse STANFORD, KY Capt, , Ladies' and ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! Fcratch nml ruh ruh nni utmipii until you l as if you coulil almost tear the burnlnir akin from your body umu it aa lr you could nc longer rndur. these endless uaya ot awful torture those terrible nights of alecplesa agony. Than a few drops of D. D. the furooua Kczema Hpeclflo and. Olil what relief! The Kch cone Instantly! Comfort and rent at laat! P. V. D. la a almple external wavh that cleanaea and IieuU the Inflamed skin aa nothing else can. A recognized rpecMc for Eczema. Paortaaia, Halt liheum or any other skin trouble. We can give you a full alze bottle the of CO trenulne I). D, U. remedy for and If bottle falla tl Klve relieftheIt very first cost you a to will not cent. We also can Klve you a sample bottle for !S cent, why suiter another uujr wnen you can tet u, u. u.r arul Tanner stanfftrij Kv ft-c- Family Goods now at Cost To Make Room. Our customers may rest assured that any they bring to us will be accurately compounded. Dr. Hess' Poultry and Stack pre-scripti- on r. Fit. SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. ft&aftft&fttirfltaaftS . made to measure teemf coat any more than ready m wkea quality made a your measure la preferable and Mi e considered, cona la aad let bm take your aeaaure. Penny's 2)ruy Jtorej Stanford, JttniucAy, H.CWPLEY, THE Practical Taller nmn 1jieasiM"iir.iiai w saaai maw rz .AtJhu. HWjw t-- VW'ff&lf!' FFJgl THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. " Royal. r .--VI Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE foods ol maximum quality at minimum cost Sunday ervicos nt tlio Hnplist church, Worship nt 10:15 A. M. 7 I M. tlio pa&tor will preach nt both homo. Sunday school nt I):l." A. M. Thcro mny not bo cvcryono in town to sco "A I'nir of Country Kids" next Thursday February 22 nt tho opern Houso nnd it may not bo necessary to como enrly to nvoid Ibo rush but you'd better get your seats reserved nnd you will not regret it nnd tho kids will p'iPnBo you. SICKLY CHILD MARKSBURY I Made Weil By Vtool Letters from a Grateful Mother The tempcrancu people of Mniks-iu- r 3 Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters, etc., which are entirely too violent. Women should see to It that they havo at least ono movement of tho bowels eftch day, and when showing any tendency to constipation should takn Dr. Caldwell's Hyruti I'cpsln in tho small doso prescribed. A brief use of It will so train tho stomach nnd bowel muscles that all forms of medlclnn can be dispensed with. Theo opinions are voiced by thousands of women, after personal experience, among them Miss V. !, Moore. 32 Claiborno fit. Knnhvlll. Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying It In the regular wav of a druggist nt flftv cents nr nnn dollar a large bottle (family sire) can have a sample bottle sent to tho homo free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. II. Caldwell. 40S Washington HI. Montlcello, III. Your name and address on a postal card will do. Now Haven, Conn. "My llttlo Rlrl, over slnco her birth, was frail and sickly nnd nothing seemed to do lior any Rood until wo tried jour cod liver nnd Iron tonic, Vlnol. As noon an sho commenced to tnko It, I noticed nn Improvement In her hrnlth nnd np penrance. Bho hns now taken threo, bottles of Vlnol, and from tho pood It has dono her I enn say It will do all (.'has. V. Singleton nnd 3li- - NVIlin you claim for It In btilMInK up nnd RtrcnRthcnlng frnlt nnd delicate chilCaldwell twp joung people of dren." (Namo furnished on request.) wcro united in mnrriago nt Another mother of Chicago, 111., tlio St. Asnpli Hotel Thursday nftcr-noo- n writes: "I can not say too much In February loth, He v. J. 15. Jones pralno of Vlnol for delicate, ailing Wny-ncshtiig me rejoicing with exceeding pent joy over the gicnt victory of last Saturday. Aim wnnt'to congratulate tho gootl pcoplo in Lincoln county for the splendid work they did for prohibition. Mr. W. I. Mnrksbury, of Lexington, enruo to attend tho funeral of Makes delicious home-bake- d Makes home baking a pleasure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Mo Am hrnlth tnlkn to womrti becomo more crnernl, hoth In tho newnpnporn and on the iilntform, tho maun of women nro leRtnnlnir to rcll7o what tho moro cultivate hnvn nlwnyn known, that Rood health cannot ho found In a powder liox. The external of health may he obtained In that way, but tho bants of health lien deeiKr, and yet la Just as Mr. Moto I(obinon last week. He eanlly obtained. leturned Monday. Tho mot Important thine that a woman can do for herxelf, and about Miss Zellu C'ownn, of Somerset, which nho In often most neglectful. Is n has been the guest of Mrs. Ida to wntch tho condition of her ntnmaeh and bowels. Tho weary eyes, tho bad few dnys. for a breath, tho frequent headaches, tho In Mcsdnmes John Simpson and John pimples, tho general air of lassitudecon nine times out of ten the of Greening continuo ill or rheumatism sjlpatlon or Indigestion, orresult Many both. slrnplo remedies but Business meeting of the church to the best In tho can be obtained, most estimation of children." officiating. women Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. morrow nt 11 o'clock A. M. Wo nsk every mother of n frail, It Is Misses Mnymo and Lucy Mnrsep, exactly mild, pleasant to tho tasto and sickly or ailing child In this vicinity suited to her needs. It Is far AN EPIDEMIC OF COUGHING. to try Vlnol on our agreement to re- Messrs. Tom Williams and Job Mnr-sc- c matriculated in tho graded school Is sweeping over tho town. Old and turn tholr money If It docs not do all at Lancaster last Monday. alike arc affected, nnd the wo claim. joung Mr. Frank Kobinson has been strain is particularly hard on of the late ndministiator PHILLIPS TURNER nnd on elderly people. FolMorten Kobinson estate. Mr. Itobiu. ey's Honey nnd Tar Compound is a quick, snfo nnd reliable euro for all Friends of Popular Young Couple Mm who has sold his interest in n Hour mill at Richmond will move coughs nnd colds. Contains no opiates Surprisetl by Wedding with his fntnily to leside with his Ehugnrs & Tanner. Uob-insolittle-childre- They saved their money w 9(maawamM Alum Mo Lima Phosphates JVfW, owing tho estate of D. S. Carpenter will pfenso pay me same and all porsotm hnving clnims against the estate of said Carpenter will present samo properly proven to me on or before Mnreh 1st, 1012. Sophia L. Carpenter, Kxtrx of D. S. Carpenter. All persons Xicholnsvillo spent several iiys with his mother Mrs. II. C. Anderson. Mr. II. II. Smith wh- - hat ben quite ill nt his homo n?.ir Wnlu.it Flat is but vcryjittle Ktc?. Mrs. Joe, Lynn Coffey nnd handsome little son, Shelbr Coffo, of of Frnnkfort, niu XUv Kiie-Uhere. 'Miss Mnncy Wnre, of McKinney, left this week for New Orleans whero she will witness tho Mnrdi Orns rel.i-lativcs 11-S. L. Stephenson viitcd in I.ouis-ill- c their nice rooms. tho first of tho week. News comes from Crab Orchard Here's A great otlcr that was nevJohn II. Koter wn in Frnnkfort that Mr. J. F. Holdam has bceu 'on er equalled before: The daily scernl days this week. the sir); list for some time. (Sundny excepted) nnd V. 11. McKinney wns laid up Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ilnughzsan, re- the I. J. b"th one yenr for SI. Sfciid dnys this wick with n bad atturned to Atlanta, Wednesday whero your subscription in quick to tho I. tack of the grip. .Mr. Itntighnmii will continuo his exJ. office for this offer is good only Mr. John M. Anions nnd wife of tensive mule business for tho next during Jnnunry nnd February., tf SOCIAL and PERSONAL ,ca!l nt Parties wanting rooms and offices State Hank & Trust Co. Sec tf nl cv-rr- nl Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Severance, nre receiving congratulations, upon the birth of n little daughter. Mrs. William Severance who hns been with them for n visit, has returned home. Mr. llranham Hcnzlcv. of Snn Toxin, is Uiting his sister, Mrs. John S. Baughman. Danvillo Messenger. Circuit Clerk Joliun Y). Swope has been 'aid up with a bad attack of days, his many nthwn for friends will l egret to know. A. T. Xunnclley's many friends were t',.u to so him out ngnin this week after a sevcic tussle with tho grip. .M: IJoso McCormnrk. tho I. J's popular and attractive repiescntn-ti- c nt llustoiiville, accompanied by Miw Needier New hern, paid a brief viiit to Stanford Tuedny. I.op F.lkin. of tho C. T. Hearing nnd Printing Company, of Lmii-vill- c, one of tho most oxpcit minting men on the road, was hero this week the Mrs. If. M. Xow-Inn- d gurst of his nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Kuceno Hutcliwoii nnd clintmine little childien of Mt. Moriah have returned home nfter plensnnt visit with their narcnts Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Hutchison and fnraily here. Mr. 0. A. Peyton hns been confined to his homo for tho past week intensely with an abcess o fthe enr. His frends will he glad to hear, however, thnt ho has improved within the past few days nnd is now nble to bo out. Middlesboro "WIH Kecwd. An-go'- o, hi-t- few months. FOR SALE OR RENT. Clarence I'ugnzzi, tho popular traveling representative of tho Striet-uiuii- ii We offer for sale or rent tho McIti.icuit Company, wns in town Kinney Woolen Mills nt McKinney, Thursday. Ky. This mill is fully equipped to manufacture yarn, jeans, blankets, SHORT LOCALS. Linsey and other goods nnd is well locnted. Apply to K. L. Tanner. 12-t.fl.oOO of $1,C00 to loan with good McKinney, Ky. f security, inquire nt I. J. Office 13-For Sale. Pure Bred Mammoth What would you do without a good nronzc turkeys. Mrs. C. C. Lyon, groom. ll-2- t. horse T Keen him drv and want) with Hustonvillc. u good blanket. 1 have them. J. C. McClnry. ' Wo are prepared to instnll hot water nnd hot air beating, plumbing 81-t- f. What is there funnier than a good enc, Conn Ilros.. Lancaster, oid homespun play nnd to lovers of thii class of stago fun wo ndviso to W. S. Fish represents only the seo "A Pair of Country Kids" nt best and strongest insurance comthe Opern House Thursdny night. panies. Let him keep you protected. 3t Quito a surprise wns sprung upon their many friends when Mr. J. P. Turner, u prominent traveling man hT l'utler, Pontic county, nnd Miss Mary l'hilliw, repaired to the home of ,I(ev. I). M. Walker, last Monday night and were mnde man and wife. It wns known thnt the couple nnd been sweetliciiils for imc time, but their fiionds weit) not aware of the fact that they contemplated taking the blissful lenp just nt this time. There is no better known young woman in town thnn tho bride, who is very popular with all who know her nnil beloved by everyone, and tho I bridegroom will bo generally congratulated upon winning one who will cry wny u uuu uhu inn he nun in loving helpmate through life. A number of the young folks of town gave the newly mnrricd pnir nn old fashioned cbivnrri nfter the wed- .I!... .I.IaI. 41ia.. 4sl in trfA Wlrl .nnd seemed to enjoy ns much as the perpetrators. J After n day.or two spent with the family ot the bride here, the nappy couple left for Rntler to make n iit to inrents and family of tho mother nt Marccllus. The recent cold weather has p'ny-c- tl hnvoo with young animals especially piss nnil lniiibs. Hen King lot 21 young lambs by freezing. Kov. Milium will fill the pulpit nt the umhiI hour nct Sunday. The following nre the prices of Mr. Xoekio MeOiuth's slc which took plncc last Saturday afternoon: Hore- - 10 to .f."; aged iTiuIes, .t20: cows from .?.10 to f"i: two calves $7 and ID; .hunts per bend; 1 (lilt JS; corn f.l.O.'i ut the mb. The farm was icnted by Jlr. Davis, of joiie to Incnster to icidc. AN ORDINANCE An ordinance requiring a concrete pavement to be laid on portions of the south &idc of Main stTeet in Stnnford Kentucky The City Council or the city of Stnnford, Kentucky, do ordain us follows: That that portion of the bouth slue or Mah erred in Stanford Kentucky which is in front of tho residence property of Dr. Q. G. Perry and also that portion of the south side of Mam street in Stanford Kentucky which begins at and and includes the residence property of Mrs. P. A. Drown, now occupied by her and Dr. J. F. Peyton and extending to and including the property of Baptist Parsonage, but excluding the property, of C. R. Coleman, bo paved with a concrete pavement in nccordanco with the plans, specifications and requirements of section 29 of the pninted which ordinance is made part hereof by reference. The width of said pavement is to be nnd remain the same as the present pavement now located on said street which is to be replaced by the one hereby ordered. The grade of said pavement is to be tho same as that of the pavement in front of said property except that the grade in front of tho property occupied by Mrs. P. A. Rrown and Dr. J. F. Peyton is to staTt on a level with tho crossing over tho alley between that lot and Warner's nnd mil n straight lino to tho south cast coiner of tho present grade of the paveinent in front of house occupied by T. D. ltnney and from tlio west end of the crossing on cut off street and on samo level with it a straight lino to a point on lovel with south end of crossing from Logan street over Main street to pavement on south side of same in 'front of H. C. Anderson's store room on said by-la- Pydontyo , il!Baam Start a bank account today will be nice to spend your time like these old folks, in comfort and ease-noth- ing to worry you--the- " reward of a careful and saving life. Old age will surely come. Start a bank account now and provide against that time, make its enjoyment certain. ttan n Wr hen old age shall overtake you it I STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profits $4,098.94 Deposits $75,481.90. . M. B. Salin, Cashier. W. L. McCarty Pres. btrect and from thnt point a straight line to tho level of the pavement in front of lot of C. K. Coleman. The work hereby ordered is to be done by and at the expense of the owners of the iland fronting nnd abutting the pavement ordered to bo constructed as provided by law with in thirty days after tho service of a copy of this ordinance on them, and the cost of same is to be apportioned nmong them ns required by law. This ordinance shall bo in iorce nnd effect from and after its publication by certified copies being posted at three or more public places iu tho corporate limits of the city or Stanford. Kentucky. A. B. FLOKENCE, Mayor. L. K. HUGHES Clerk. Look out for the big live stock sale advertisement of F. P. Spoona-mor- e and Dr. W. Ilickle in next issue. Bryan, in a telegram to Senator says Harmon's nomination would bo suicidal as ho is favored by Wall street. In a speech in New York last night Taft hurled defianeo at his party enemies characterizing them as cmotionnlists and neurotics. Tho State Central Committee by a. vote of 8 to 4 sustained tho Cantrill primnry of March ICth in tho Seventh District. Ptpe Pius X. issued an order forbidding cardinals and prelates from attending social functions whero women appeared in decolletto gowns. Gore, Miss Mnry Wilson, one of the bes-Services nt tho Presbyterian church Sunday February 18th at 11 known te.iebeis of the East End, is A. M.. "The One Kssentinl Thnig." telling her friends thnt she will pro- bablv be a candidal o for tho demo 7 P. M.. Spiritunl Worship. cratic nomination for County Superintendent of Schools, befoic the Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Ttth LOCI!. APPLICATION. M lhr fannot rrf next primnry. ibr mi o( tbr uimvu. Catarrh u likx.1 cr rtmti tulkflftl dura, and In order lo eurr It j ou inu.1 uke litrrnal rrnmlM-a- . tahrfi in. Mill Oriarrh Cxirr trrrxtty ftnl acta illrrrtlr uimki the hKKl aru murou A TEXAS WONDER. t M has helped countless thousands of thin, weak, delicate children made them strong, plump and robust. It creates an appetite, aids digestion, fills the S noi a quart nttn-fi- r. l It waa ol the Nvt h,ilrur.i tif (.4In tbla rom.tr Iran anl U a rniuUr KtMrlclMtn. tnnlra ahoah. romtimro It la rotnpowt ol the with ttia Ini bkMiil purinrra. artlnc dtrrrllr in tlif muroua urfarra. Tb. inrWt romblnalhn ol the lao Inrrnlwita H hat produrra aurh ondrrrul ro culu la curing ratarrh fvlt.1 for trMlmouula, Irfr rJ ITopn.. lulnlu.U . Sold br Druuu. price " Taae llail'a I amur "lll lor comtlDatlon. .unarm, nana cirr enr trt lllisn t There is a great difference In life insurance policies. Mutual Benefit Policies are superior. I can show you. Why not buy the best? R. M. Newland Agent. "A Pnir of Country Kids" with n firt class company of nrtists will mako things lively nt tho opern b(iuo Thun-danight nnd to nil lovers of real fun this will be nn engagement well not to overlook. In addition to the play thero will be ten specialties nnd musical numbers. The engagement is for ono night only. y The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, nnd nil irregularities of tho kidneys and bladder in both men nnd women. Kcgiilntcs gladder troubles in hildren. If not sold by your druggist, will bo sent by mail on receipt of $1 : One smnll bottle i two months' treatment, nnd clilom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky nnd other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2020 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by druggists. veins with rich red blood. After illness or loss of weight from any cause, it brings strength We Have a Full Line Of BED ROOM SUITS. and flesh quicker than anything else. all omuaaisra 6 Only A Day And Night to New Orleans, LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD. PROMPT & LIBERAL What it Will Cost To See Coughs and Colds You could not please us better than to ask your doctor about Ayeis Cherry Pectoral for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis. Thousands of families always keep it in the house. The approval of their physician and the experience of many years have given them great confidence in this standard cough medicine. Sold for seventy years. recommend Jesse- I). Wcarcn, Tho Insur- It is with pleasure that I DRESSERS. ODD STANDS. DINING TABLES. RECEPTION CHAIRS. DINING CHAIRS. HALL CHAIRS. CHILDREN? CHAIRS SIDE BOARDS. BUFFETS. CHIFFONIERS. MATTRESSES. CARPETS ODD ft m maaaWatKXuaaailAiM awSaamSim WaaxBlaaSSaaw1vlSiPnm 4 . i VJ tl l ance Man, Stanford, Ky., nnd the companies represented by him for his very prompt nnd liberal settlement of my loss by firo to my dwelling etc.. the firo occurring Februnry 13th, the settlement mndo Feb. 15. '(Signed), C. C. TEIMY. M. C. Xewlnnd, who hns been taking n courso in surveying at State University in Lexington, hns returned to his home in .this county and is prepared to do all 'practical surveying. Call or address him. Rural route No. 1 Stanford, of phone, Crab '13-8Orchard. p. Monday February 19 Mardi Gras TWO BIG DAYS FEBRUARY 19 AND Tuesday February 20 MATTINGS. RUGS. . LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTH. la ." Arrival of 20. Parade of REX 2:00 P. M. NEW ORLEANS MOBILE. PENSACOLA REX 10:00 A. M. and and PROTEUS PARADEl At Night. $19.80 ROUND TRIP -- $17.75 $19.45 FROM STANFORD. C0MUS PARADE At Night WALL PAPER. BUILDING PAPER. CARPET PAPER. LACE CURTAINS. WINDOW SHADES. MIRRORS. BED SPRINGS. We make low prices on all goods and Guar- . jMBBB?2S$VH H "LF?aammmaaaaaaaaaaaaralma JaW " i BlUBB i MM a wl Tickets on sale daily Febrna ry 13 to 19 inclusive- Liberal Limit on Tickets SLEEPINC CAR FARE $4.00 TO $4.50 EACH WAY Step-Overs For Sale. 100,000 2 foot boards for sale nt our yards at Crab Orchard All kinds of lumber, and build-i- n will tell VAU thlt tt mcdl Aau mA material. Duko and Collier 13-- 8 cine tike Ayer't Cherry Pectoril cinnot March 8. 1 At Lost. On Ottenhlem or Somerset stipated. Aik your doctor if be knovs anythlni better than Ayer'a Pill for cor- - pikes a child's gum slicker. Please ,De rcctlMtbla a!uuaBna 'LawsU. ataaa. leave at Field's store. A. J. Goocb. Mat? r the t. 87 ATM CO., do Ita but work if the boweU ire con- board and hotels to which add the above railroad and pullman fare3. For sleeping enr reservation npply to any ticket ngent Louis ville & Nashville Railroad Company. DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET FREE. TO APPROXIMATE TOl'AL COST for the round trip, estimate lodging at $1.00 per day in best private homes or $2.00 per day at first-class for five days antee the goods to be what we say they are. ""' W. A. TRIBBLE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY 9 triwMmmm-- L ..... l 'wriR!;, t f r THE STANFORD THE FARMERS INTERIOR JOURNAL five-year STANFORD, KENTUCKY Chnrles Iligsby bought a I A SAD DEATH. -i old mare from U. C. Ilocker this Mr. nnd n week for which he paid f200. I lmvc n good saddle liorso Ilhrohy will keep her for his own splendid breeding jnck which I will ife. sell or trado for heavy work stock. A. T, Trnvlor 2SS Excursion to Florii r" vl 1L It. D. No. J, Stanford I 0 2 est in Neckwear, Belt Buckles, Bags, Beauty Pins, Veil Pins, Barrettes, Frills etc. Also beautiful line trimmings in 2 Fringe Bands, Braid Gilt etc. IrVe invite your inspection. Stanford, Ky. : Hughes, Martin & Co. ; r l. For Sale Privately about 110 meak, dreary plain J A Coyote sat on a acres of land, part of tlio W. II. uuiu, m ucspuii Trnylor place; contains two good Hungry aim His ribs stuck out, and his hide shriveled tight Apply to Dan tenant houses. m .. I And Mr. Coyote had given up the fight. 10-t- f. Trnylor. Through the efforts of 1'rofess.or Par sixteen long days, 'mid the snow and sleet M. Scovell, Diicctor of the Agncul- This peer old Coyote had nothing to eat, turnl Experiment Station of KenAnd weak at the stomach and gasping for breath, tucky, and Commissioner of Agricul- to deal". He slowly, but surely, was starved tuie, J. V. Iscwninn the poultTymcn have succeeded in having inserted he died But taking the last look around ere n section in the Experiment Station A discarded suit of clothes he espied, bill, appreciating the sum of $10,-00- 0 twenty-fiv- e Alas, he exclaimed then, with vigor and zeal, for the advancement of tho poul On cast away clothes I'll make a meal. m try interest of Kentucky, including experiments in breeding for egg pro So greatly cheered up and without delay, duction mid the methods best adaptnewly found treasures he made his way To the ed for hatching and raising of chicks .. 'cult ha. nmVed , BUI ...h.r. lu me niel nlf mien t hs .w. vii ii feeding experiments and other m- Of Joys and gladness he was soon deprived, TW cstigations tending to tho economi-i' cal production of poultry and eugs. Cap ctinrflnn nut nlalnlv Ml the bndlV WOm band 4 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE This bill was introduced in the House Was the well known Inscription "H S. & M." brand, . as Hoiife Hill No. 80, has been conwhen strong and fat, "I'm done" cried the Coyote, "even PUBLIC SALE! sidered by tho Committee on AgriMv teeth cannot penetrate such clothes as that." m culture and reported favorably by it. I will sell publicly on m Friday, Feb. 16. It will probably come up for pas So he turned up his toes and expired with a wail. ( l beginning nt one o'clock at my resisage next week. true little tall. Which ends this sad, but It sonictimecs takes courage to dence on Danville street n lot of H. S. & M. brand is the best so why we need say more store. ., pull closely, but it should bo done. household and kitchen furniture, In stock at our You will find them Never keep for breeding n fowl al- consisting of beds bureaus, wash most good enough. With those good stands, renter table, rocking chairs, 33TIF?1 enough, without the qualifying "al- dining tables, dining chairs, glass most," one will be able to breed ful- door chinn cloet, Fisher Leaf range, large ice box, dishes, ono pen thorly ns many inferior chickens ns ho desires. The flock is the place fnr oughbred Rhode Islnnd Red chickens nnd other things too numerous to for the "almost." mention. Los Angeles (Cal.,) poultrymcn Greenberry Bright are up in arms because the city officials have ordered that roosters FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! muot he kept from crowing during morning the night and in the early two miles Located near hours. The iden of sitting up all south of Junction Bowen. and borderCity, by ing right and holding their roosters on the railroad, aud owned by the lieek in order that their nciu.-boAunu B. buecney. Contains house not nnd good may not be disturbed does garden, well fenced; about nppeal to tho poultry men and they 20 acres of timothy grass, besides have threatened to tnke the matter the roads grass; fine place for poulinto the courts. try, sheep nnd calves; about 15 The Cook Farms, of Lexington, acres for cultivation ; plenty of wood Ky., bold lust Saturday to Mr. Joa rot sale nt $1,450; for rent at quin u. Jiointia, or .Mexico uuy, six $125 a J ear, which is cheap. registered Kentucky mammoth acks. See Sam Scene at Bowen, Ky., M.r Ballina owns n ranch near the or write tthe owner nt Bloomington, city of Mexico and these jacks are 111., 718 East Fremont street. f for his own use. PUBLIC SALE! I5ob Thompson sold the old GUI ilnn.. nf nvnr 4(10 nprivs Ivillir Oil the I will offer for sale at my home Lancaster pike this week to Alex 1 Walker, of Lancaster, at $107.50 an ,nt renchereville on: Friday March I, 1912. is ono of the nicejt farms I acre, his in that section of the county and .beginning nt 10 uYiuck. All of my has been rented for some time by personal jnoperty consisting of 1 19 sal February 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 Tickets Just what plan-- , good buggy mare, 0 jears old, wl Kinbrv Itenzley. fbtMulsa Mr. Walker bus for it, have not becn.wolk any here, 1 good brood mare, CMi tarala wtU Hmnk 2, 1912, wit MtU J1". safe definitely stated yet by that gentle- - 'ureo Jears old iu io STOPOVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS to rule or time, not airam or any FM HSU PASTKUtAlS. CAU ON ANY TICKET AGENT. 01 WHITE thing, 1 pony coming S years old W. A. BECK1XR. H. C. KINO. gentle for childrcu, 1 pony trnp and Oeatai Plunger Agent. PUBLIC SALE PuMtKtr cod Ticket Aftnt. 101 E. Main Street, Ualntton. Ky. latiUs Building. ClndniuU. O. harness, good as new, 1 buggy and Phone 4. I will offer for snlo nt my home on harness, 2 sows nnd pigs. All my the Stanford pike one tulle from household nnd kitchen furniture. Remember the place .PreacnerS- Morcland on ville, Kentucky. Saturday Feb. 24, 1912, MRS. E. B. THORNTON. at 10 A. if. all of my personal property consisting of one yood work mule G years old, one milch cow, ono See us before you sell, get price COLT FUTURITY All heifer, 1 biigjry and harness. In countrv or delivered. my household furniture uud farming Announced By Catalogue Committee lat- - tools of K. P. Fair. About 100 bushels of corn 1 stack The catalogue committee of the oats one fly shuttle loom good as of new will rent place same day of sale. Knights of Pythias fair, is announc TERMS. Made known on day of ing a Colt Futurity as ono of the PHONE 153. most attractive features of the sale. 2 splendid program which will be giv Mrs. W. L. Dishon, KENTUCKY. en. Nominations for mares are beMOKELAND, ing receired now, and so much interest is being taken in it by the PUBLIC SALE! I will offer sale at my home near many breeders if good stuff in Lin-ciand adjoining counties, that it Mt. Salem on is believed the amount of the stake Saturday, Feb. 17, '12 All of my personal property con will go as high as $100 Mares must be nominated by brood mare sisting of 1 filly March 15th when a payment of $1 with foal; 1 coming 1 horse, a good one, must be made. On or before June 1st, a payment laged work horse, 1 v. Xs V, . cow, a good one, yeaning neuer, of $2 must be made, on each mare, all my household zurmtorc and farm- an owner desires to keep eligible and UNOKRTAKKR AND KMBALMKR ing tools to numerous to mention. at that time each Mare's name and STANFORD KENTUCKY. At the same time I will offer for color and the name of the "horse to ale my house with four acres of which she was bred in 1911 must bo Office PtiMM 117. Heme Pheite 35. land near Mt. Salem, Ky. House given. contains 6 rooms, good well of water MB On August 15th the week before at door. the fair, the color and sex of the Terms made known on day of foal must be given and a fee of $2 sale. paid. This is the final fee, making A. I. AUSTIN, Mt. Salem, Ky. ifo in all. The money will be divided into four prizes on a basts of 40 PUILIC SALE! per rent to first; 25 per cent to second; 15 per cent to third and 10 I will offer for sale publicly be per ce'nt. to fourth. It is planned to ginning at 10 o'clock on open a mule colt futurity upon the Saturday, Feb. 17, '12 same basis, in view ot the very high Near Milledgeville, Ky., and about 1 class hybrid youngsters which are mile north of Morcland, on J. J. produced in this section. Moser's place, the following des cribed property: PLENTY OF LUMEN ON HAND ' Three good mares, 3 milk cows, 30 or 40 barrels of corn, some fod for all purposes. 8o if on waat to UNOKRTAKIIM AND KM. build a house, a barn, a chicken der, buggy and harness, spring waDKAL-- R ALSO coop, a dog house or a fence, come gon and harness, 1 BALM KM. wagon, We have here for the materials. plows, cultivators, and some houseMAT. IN PURNITURK, all sorts and sites in both rcigh hold and kitchen furniture. Many TING", RUS. THKY WILL and finished lumber and if we canother things too numerous to meu-tioCRAB ORCHARD, ' KXCHANQK PURNITURK not suit you in kind, quantity, qual ity and price, nobodv can. FOR ALL KINOt OP STOCK. J. F. Vanhook, i i 0 0 ---- 3 o u PLEASANT POINT. Mr. Allen Morton and Miss Dollic Oochel drove up from Wnyneburg on tho evening of February lOlh and were united in the holy bond of matrimony nt the home of Hov. J. A. Singleton. The groom is the only son of Mr. W. A. Hortou nnd a brother of Mrs. George Hogue of tliU place and is a fine young man. The bride m a granddaughter of Mr. Datson and is a popular and attrac tive young lady. Tho many incnut of the young couple unite in wihing them every happiness. It is rumored that another wedding will take place (in the near future. A little child of Mrs. D. Trimble of King's Mountain was interred in Pleasant Point cemetery last Sunday afternoon after an impressive talk by Rev. J. A. Singleton. Tuesday, Feb. 20, 1912J tfl "N .J ;.'i M "1: M trip tickets dollars; sleeper accommodation down free. Our train leaves over L. & N. on Feb. 20, 'tiT We will run a special excursion from Stanford, Ky., to$3 rcaaia, ns.., ine county seat or ud &oto county. Round Whesn we Arrive at Arcadia, Fla, we will Offer You at I Public Auction , i CUMMINS 0 & WEAKEN f a to the highest bidder hundreds of acres of De Soto County's best land, in five, ten and twenty acre tracts, on easy payment. This land lays two miles West of Arcadia and adioins fine orancre and crane fruit proves. AND IS RRI OW THE FROST LINE. You have never had an opportunty like this before and will probably never have again. DONT y i 3 Stanford, - Kentucky. I3&l6l$a$l$ "$$$ 4 rs The Home of Hart, Schaffner We will have special sleepers for our party. If you are going notify us by Feb. 16th, so we can berth for you. Our trip of Jan. 16, was a grand Marx Clothes. For further information write to NEW ORLEANS MOBILE ad 6-- MARDI QRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES m Walton Bros. Care Interior Journal Office. We Pay HAVE ttaaafi&s JVKWEZ 77S &&& Highest Market Prices For All kinds of Pro- M SEEK IM? i A beautiful line of Men's and Ladies' Furs. duce, Hides and Shoes in Tans and Blacks A glance at them will convince you that they are, the finest things out. We have just received the very H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mr. BRING YOURFEET TO US. J i' i L. L SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. J. C, McClary Cash for Accounts and Notes comes easily and direct when yon place them with as We make collections and look after claims anywhere in the United States and Canada, and make no charge unless we collect. Bank reference, ln for collection. MAY'S Cerretf fl4ence Invitee. AGENCY, Semerset. COLLECTION Keatoeky, four-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld l IT WONT BE A nt v s- HAPPY MEW .YEW Oliver Plows I J. f the loved ones are not protected from the cold and kept comfortable and warm during the ' few wintry months. The best way to do this is to The Kind That Satisfies Kentucky. J.L.Beazley & Co. BAUGHHAN'S COAL In your stoves and grates. 1 Phots to send you a If. BAUdHNAIj load-now- . t - W. E. Perkins, n. & (0, StipHti Morcland, Kentucky. OIVK THKM A CALL. PRICK I J. A. ALLEN. itanfyg, Ky. iH u L "t 111 lMl