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ORATORICAL CONTEST BE ONE OF 8th DELEGATES. ! DISASTROUS CONFLAGATION Of Church Burning 'In RockcastlBY HIGH SCHOOL BOYS We regret to hear that Mrs. MagIs Elected Cashier of Bank at eNews From Brodhead. Ohii. gie Dunn fell Thiiisdny morning nud Big Prices Ruling and Growers Leave Brookville, To National Republican Convention-Cou- nty Miller Hotel and Several Business Six Young Men To Compete For Hriises Destroyed Two Drunken broke her hip hone. Mrs. Dunn hud Happy and With Well Filled Chairmen Pledge This lirodhcad Feb. 22. His many fiieuds in Lincoln will Handsome Medals At Opera gone to draw n bucket of water from Men Have To le Carried Out. Pocket Books District to President Taft The charge against be glad to know of u further promo.Mrs. Clint House March 29. the cistern when slu slipped and inLear, of burning a church in whieli tion for Stanley Mcintosh oincc he eMt. Vernon's only hotel huh do- - jured herself. Its very unfortunate The Eighth Congressional district the Holy Rollers had been holding Tlicie will bo u union foreign mis- left the cusliicrship of tho Wnynes- . Iro.ved completely ami n number of for her being used lit Mich nn active sionary rally at tho Christian burg Deposit L'm.k a few months delegates to the Republican national their meetings was dismissed nt the "" 0,tttonal contest of much local jf business houscsc gutted in a fiio W''J 'c given by tho pupils life nud the necessity of being church in HiiHtomille Sunday night, ago. Lust, week's issue of the Urook- - convent ion ut Chicago next June preliminary hearing of the case in i"'0"-'which broke out lit four o'clock useful, 2jlh nt nevcn o'clock. , were pledged to vote for the renomi. court. There wus absolutely no f Stanford' High School on March xillc, Ohio, Star, tsaid: ' quiet, will hurt most us much of the February Thursday morning, lliul it not boon .More splendid averages were" obAt the regular meeting of tho tuition of President Tuft nt a meeting testimony which might indicnlcthat 20. A gold medal will be awarded . for the vnlimit wirk of (be bucket broken hone. However thin is just tained lit the People' Tobncco Dourd of Directors of the First Nut- - of the county chairmen from over she was giulty f tjle offclls,c IIcr lp (11(, 8vcr me(n, tg brigade for Rockcastle' capital one of the many obstacles this good Wuichotn-at Danville, ut the bales iounl Rank, Monday evening. Mr. O. the district nt Danville last Tuesday lriemls had been confident from the second best spenker. Tho orations are Imp no firo fighting nppariittii the woman li.is met n ml overcome und we Thursday morning. Ono of the crops 0. Ilnnion wus pioiitoted to tho po- night. The county, chairmen of tirst t uit s,L. ttould bo ucquitted. to be original and will show to the flumes would have spread over the ieel sure she will come nut nguiu n sold( wus u Lincoln county crop nnd sition of second vice president, und course expect to control their counUnder Harnett is i Shclbyvillc people of Stanford nnd Lincoln coun whole town nnil probably Iihvh wiH'il winner. u most sutisiuctory price wus renl-ir.e- d Mr. Stanley Mcintosh, of Cincinnati ty conventions nnd name delegates and Louisville this week on business, ty thnt tho intctest tukeu in cduca- it off the map. As it vviih tliu loss Mrs. E. Mct'oruinrk visited her .Uis Mattie Owens visited near tion is not in vnin. Tho Peoples' was dieted cnsliicr in Mr, Harrison's to tho state covention who will supfor the weed. U about $0,00:1 ot $7,000 w.'h pro-- f daughter Mrs. J. II, Woods Inst Fri- Wurchoiisc. under the able manageport Tuft. Ottawu first of the week. The following me the speakers and stead. bably hnlf the niuount in insurnnre. day. At the meeting of the chniimen it .Mr. nnd Mis. Summers, of North their subjects: ment of Col. Ike Diiiiii is making the Mr. Mcintosh come from thu Sec' ." The losses were: Messrs. Vernon Lear and Jones greatest lecoid of its calitT this ond National Hunk of, Cincinnati, wus decided that Conimonwculth's Cnroliim. arc with their daughter, William McCnrtv Present Crisis , The Miller Hotel, which is locnte.l llaughmuii were here for u hhort season. It is getting the pikes for with i cry high recommendations nnd Attorney George I). I'lorciu'c, of this Mrs. j. m dark. Thomas Coleman Tnte American- near the depot, toss of W,M0 with time Monday. Hrnck Durham is able to bc out ism. the growers which scud them awuy with hrond bilking experience, nud city, nnd Postmaster, C. C. Willaoe, nbout $2200 insurance, divided ubitut Mr. Joe (louile, of .Stanford, win with words of praise lor their ticat-incJohn M. II. Waters Civio Pride. prior to uis connection with the Ciu ot Richmond, will be named as the nguiu after a sevcie attack of pneu- Eighth's two delegates to the Cliicn-g- o equally between ". S. Fi-.- li of Stmi. u guest nt Mr. Ilowen Clover here und is giving each and every prior to his connection with (he ' "'Try L. Rcinhurt Moral Force '""'I'"' .Mr. and Mrs. John convention. Judge Ii. W. Retliur-uf..rd unit E. A. Albright, ofMt. Ver- Friday. Robins nnl I., r.'i.iitmt,,,,, ono i,f tlieni u fair,. square deal all bunk, spent set4-nyears in (lie Eighth's member of the stute Miss .Mildred visited - - Mt. Vnnw.n non. Miss Lois Willis delightfully il ii round. in Rright. The ai..: Ilfsailll the capacity ot cashier'in u county Great iau M. J. Millet's Morehouse, committee, will he nuicd u number of her friends The lirst of the week 'J lie tobacco market is betc.r right bank. Awakening. j miming of Mr. Floience as one of L. Collier and Miss Mnrv Mrs. R. but with contents Thursday evening. As the evening ijmv than it has been lie I ore this Harris Coleman. Shall our Kation- the delegate is deserved recogni- mums, ol t.ran urclianl, weie m nl Glory Fndcf nil wd; loss $1,0(10 with WOO insur-"- i ndvuuccil refreshments were served season, nnd those growers who nru tion of this popular young republic-tinNOBLE W0MJN i uwi und guests departed to their respec Inking their crops to thu People's ntHU'. Biiiunuiy. .viiss Loinns wns Tiic young orators nrc working . No member of that party in geiting pupils lor n music class. Dr. R. W. Dyco's residence, mol tive abodes, feeling again, it was their Warehouse me getting the cream of dili geniiv on this contest and are Prof. J. H. Likens bought n house hru r.ninfiillv'im;n.i of cnntentH Hiived; loss 1,7(1(1 with good fortune to have sKMit such u the mmket. Thiee sales of mite on Passes to Reward After Long and this section of the stale stands higher than he aid he is recognized ns nnd lot on Minn street from D. M. o oiling delightful with such a thu bleaks Thursduy were ns fol$1,200 insurance. Useful Life News frim Casey The progrum will be interspersed one of its foremost lenders in the I rostom Prof. Likens will tnke pos- - ,vitb Among those lows: The otfiee of Dr. A. (I. Lowell wns charming hostess. , , s l;,,d music. Entertainment and Eighth. turn down to prevent the flSimes present weie: Misses Angle session in a few days. instroctivn combined in this worthy Middleburg, Feb. 22. Judge George L. Davison, nnd & Wntts, of Mercer: Sold by Powell Mr. Preston will have n snle nnd Messie RitTe, Bessie and Saspreading to the home nud More of work, Mrs. Delia Weslev died nt the Mnyor A. II. Fhrrcnce attended the he and his wife will move to Cincin- - feature of school 70 pounds ut f42. Mi-- s die nnughmaii, Hettie Floyd, MargarKnle Moon. t'iiiune of her son Jasoii Wesley nt meeting from Lincoln county und had nati. Klj pounds at $11.'. Although tlicro is a distance of et Mcormnck, Ada Alcorn, Heecher Liberty Friday moniinl; nnd wns the proxy of County Chairman R. L. 170 pounds at t.'!". The infant of Julian Rorders near Sunday evening. lint 20 feet bet wen the Dyche resi- Newbern, F.lizn H. Rout, Josephine buried in the Middleburg cemetery Davison. They report that the vari- Copper Creek is ill of pneumonia. 170 pounds at Anna Floyd nud l'riscilla dence nud Miss Moore's store, five Siiudidge, A. A. Wren nnd wife spent the day her husband. Dr. j. T. Wesley ous chairmen stated that there is ISO pounds at $20..'(l. Mr. Frank Hrooks, of Pineville. with Mr. King Cnronter, men with buckets, Fnink Longmire, Ne'wbern, Messrs and Mrs. Ida Thompson serFuneral Saturday afternoon. 2.'I0 pounds at very little Roosevelt sentiment in the was here Sunday on his wny back Carlisle A. 0. Iturtlett, Hob Ping. S. It. n Joe Route. Hudson Hohon, Sunday. vices were conducted lit the MethoEighth district, und no trouble is an- from Virginia. 70 pounds at .r;i'J. Riiuuh-ma- n, lie nud Walter Miller took their Mjits T. D. Newbeni. Henry Miss Minerva Middleton wns the dist church by her pnstor, Rev. 170 pounds at .fill. ticipated in swinging Mises Gertrude Martin and Etta Clinton Itastiu, Will Nenl, Hugh soi,i delegaplace before, the flume-- , ami tlcclnr-ep- d 1 ''." pounds assisted by Revs. J. S.fTny-to- r tion for Tuft. Moore spent Saturday nnd Sunday guest of Ida Thompson Sunday evat '"J. Siiudidge, I'niil Willis. they would stop the fire, if othening also Little Mary Adams nnd and J. Q. Montgomery. Mrs. There is undoubtedly some Roose- in Mt. Vernon. Average 533.08. Mrs. James 1'. Woods' is visiting er would keep them in water. Th.v 'Wesley had oeen a member of the velt sentiment in Lincoln, but no Mr. Herbert Tyee and family have Miss Catherine Hensley. her daughter in Louisville. mnde a heroic fight and saved the Methodist churcli since arly child- leadership, and it is doubtful if thoe moved to Lebanon. He has accepted rejoicing over the good news from Misses l'riscilla Newborn and Hat-li- e Sold by J. A. Cutter, of Lincoln: :tcrc. an.! probably the town for n rejoicing over 'the god news, from .l.'i pounds nt .$.12. hood and wus an eurnest Christian who desire the nomination of n position there. Lipps weie in Danville Wednesthe fierce wind wns blowing directly .'10 pounds at $24. woman a kind neighbor .nnd n loving Miss Ethel Hayes has returned to the election on February 10 which will make any sort of a day shopping. from the bin ting lniiMings. .ri."i (Miunds We owe at .$17.o0. mother. fight against the overwhelming Tuft her home nt Livingston after visiting will never be forgotten. W. S. Drye has returned from n The exact cause of the fire is our love and gratitude to the good 00 pounds at $'2'i. J. M. Davis, who live on the Lib- organization. If theie were n presi- here. slim I vi-- it to Lexington friends. unknown, but the question ws l pounds nt .'i'lfi.7,". erty pike two miles below town, will dential primary law on the statute Mr. John Elder died nt his home preachers and those good women Miss (Jnbie W. Ilrndsluiw, of nsked on the MieotsVf Mt. 05 pounds nt $24. have a sale of his household elTects books, there might be an interesting near Quail last Thursdays night, nnd who did ," luUvh for our county. was here shopping Tuesday Vrnmn the next day "What dmnk !)," pounds at $'RI. Josinh Smith spent Saturday night Saturday March 2nd, preparatory to fight between the two factions. was buried in the Providence ceme-er- y man started tin) li'nr.el" A. intnber nfleriioon. his mint, Ida Thompson and 00 pounds at .flfi.oO. moving to Illinois. Col. George D. Weathcrford spent Wednesday. He was survived with of drunk men are Hiiid in have been Sunday at his undo, Dick Smith's 7." pounds at $10. The burning of tobacco beds has BACH CLUB MEMBERS by n wife nnd six children. last Wednesday in Danville. notieenble.uL.Uui hotel the night and Sunday night with his grandma Average $ 9 JO. -- . .Uccu the program hlji since the Robert Woods of Stnnfnrd was in the fire, and a prominent mas and grandpa, Jlr.aud.MraBryant Delightfully Entertained Last Wee' town for a few hours Saturday. MT. M01WAIT ' Sold by Ouy Davidson, of flnrrard: weather begun to behave better. i. nuthority for the statement that Drown. He lives at Woodstock; The Ladies Aid Society of the Mrs. Charles Montgomery and son 1110 pounds at $.11. At Home of Harry Relnhart. when (lit fire broke out, two of them Miss Catherine Hensley and little Rapti-- t church will give a pie supper of Liberty, were quests of .Mr. und 280 pounds nt $11. Our eople were all delighted nt Elsie spent the night ut Ida Thompweir in Mich condition that they had Mis. T. L. Clitpentor last week. at the College here Friday night 19."i pounds at $28. The Itnch Club of the High School the result of the election Inst to lx carried out to save their lives. son's Friday night. February 2.1. An interesting pro- was charmingly Mrs. K. V. Carson and Mis Cath200 pounds nt $27. enteitained on FriMl. Vernon i now without a hotel wcev. Mrs. Sara Blair, the aged mother been arranged and u good gram has erine Murphy spent Monday in D.tn-il!- e 22.i pounds at $20. day evening at the home of one of nml offers a splendid locution for Mr. Leslie Hatfield is very low of Mrs. liryant Brown, has returned time is anticipated. shopping. 325 pounds a( $28. its members. Mr. Harry Reinhart. with .pneumonia. We hope for his such flu investment, as it is a live, from Laurel county where she hns It is said thnt Representative HenMiss .Stella Newton, of Somer27."i pounds nt $10. The house was beautifully decorated speedy recovery. progressive town, growing rapidly. been visiting friends and relatives ry Thomns finds time from his ar- for the oension in set is visiting Mis Margaret New; 00 pounds jit $2.'t..ri0. the Club colors, Mr. Ed Rastin visited relatives She is with her daughter Susan Ping, duous labors in the legislature at yellow und white, few days. 140 )ounds at $28..r0. Keep all your property the color effect be- here recently. He will leave shortly of Pulaski. always ton for a home, and look She is in very poor Frankfort to come Miss Stngg is visit in.,-- Miss ing carried out in (he delightful re- for Nebraska. 15 pounds nt $.10. protected by having it insured in Maggie health from the effect of n full from nfjer the interests of the Casey Conn freshment Stagg of Stanford this week. ()." pounds nt $2i.r.o. the companies represented by J. I). Miss Lillie Christ man is the guest down stain, wliich caused (her to ty News auctioneer sales and attend contribution served. The valentine Mr. Anderson Nunnelley of the 100 pounds nt $27. box displayed, was filled of her friend. Miss Frances Hat Wen ren, the Insurance Man, of Stan, be as helpless as a baby. to other business. We would not be and a goodly sum I'eyton Well section was Jhere for n 270 pounds nt $20. 10-- 1 realized toward field. ford. Wm. Thompson went to Groughtoti-tow- n understood us finding fault with our the purchase short time Friday. nt $28. of the Club's musical 240 pounds Mr. Connie Hayes left Tuesday on business Monday. .. represeiitntive for as to ability and dictionaries. Miss Florence Sprngcns of F.llis-bur- g 100 pounds nt $2.-BUNCH OF INDICTMENTS for Heren. Connie is n fine voting Mrs. John Nenl is slowly improv- trustworthiness he is decidedly nbove was here Friday shopping. In the contest of grouping words l."iJi pounds nt $24. man, nnd made a lot of friends while Ling. She has been ill for three.moitths the nvernge sent from this district from the names of Mr. mid Mrs. F.iigene Dunn visited 2.".") pounds nt $2.1. popular musicians here, Expected To Be Returned By Grand Mr. nnd Mrs. D.iu Truvlor hist SunMr. Shackelford cut his hand ver The truth is there is nothing mean born in the month of February. Miss 3270 pounds average $26.57. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Gerkey spent badly while trimming his horse's Jury Court News. nbout Henry Thomas but his miscr-ubl- e Mary E. Spink, day. of Colesburg. and Tuesday with Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D. hoof. He is somewhat improved politics. Mr. nud Mis. Luke Cnrjieiiter Mr. James Cooper, were the lucky AN EPIDEMIC OF COUGHING. Wnrfield. ! Dr. J. M. Hnnej win nt Ellisburg, now. Very little. wor; las been have returned to New Castle liiiliaiin. winnerr. The prize was a hand emA beautiful little daughter arrivMr. nnd Mrs. George White of LanCircuit Court this week. The giuml after n brief isit to relatives heie. Is it fatal tendency to pneumonia. two days of last week. Jesse Fogle broidered belt, which the club lender .jury h;i been in session every day, Messrs Rodney Wesley nud Ches- To cure your al grippe coughs tako went to Arabia Sunday to see n Miss pollen Ballon, presented. A ed at the home, of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. caster have ben visiting friends here. The Holy Rollcis are taking the ami it is expected that n big hunch ter I'oitmnn of Libeiy, pnssed Foley'n Honey and Tar Compound mighty pretty gill. John Q. Rowland game with henrts as trumps wns H. McGuffcy Inst week. Mr. und Mrs. Eugene Hulchcson day on Negro Creek. of indictments will In returned, for through here Sunday en route to Lex R. E. Fisher, Washington, Kas., says nml Q. R. Jones went to Stanford played and as Prof, Garvely Kemper Mr. Anderson eHnge und family the members nru understood to bo inatnu. "I was troubled with a severe at- Fridny on business. Miss Minnie knew Ics nbout hearts than the oth- spent several days Inst week with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. doing some investigating which i will soon leave for India tin. An interesting' progriim rendered tack of In grippe that threatened Hansford is with lehilives nt R.vyle. ers piesent, he was awarded n bachH. Taylor of Dan- elor's consolation strinsj consisting of your city. Mrs. Watson nnd her sister nre xHeted to turn up wrong-doer- s of by the music und elocution pupils of pneumonia. A friend advised Fo- Mr. and Mrs. Quite u number of young people preparing to go to Illinois to make eveiy diameter. Especial iitte'itiou Mis Augie Cnrpenter's class and con ley's Honey nnd Tnr Compouud nnd ville attended the buitial of Mrs. of divers buttons, pins, and pierced is being paid, it is said, to tbo illicit sisting of animated duets and reci- I got relief ufter taking the first Delia Wesley here Saturday. hearts. Miss Martha Hommel claim- spent Wednesday at Mr. and Mrs. their future home. Those present Mrs. 'Julia Sothern nnd Mrs. Ellen snle of whisky, and many indict- tations und attractive juvenile hongs few doses. I took three bottles nnd ed the old maid's prize. hning'fuil-e- d Harmon Hatfield's. ments for this offence me expected will be given at the graded school, my In grippo was cured." Get the I have $2,000 to loan on the gienter number of times to were Misses Lilie Cliristman. Frances Brought on were over to see Ida Money. A few minor eases have been dis. second story chapel on next Saturcollateral or real estate. blow soap bubbles through a valen- Hatfield, Zora Raugh, Reulith Haz-let- t, Thoni)son Saturday. genuine in the yellow package. Sold first-claOritho Warfield, Maurice Acton, Jack Rttrchett has his family buck posed of by the court, but big trials day afternoon, February, 24, prompt- by Shugnrs and Tanner. tine heart, and'was given a bottle of J. H. Paxton Stanford, Ky. with him nguiu. will probi'bly not be i curbed until ly at 2 o'clock. The small mlmissioii ketchup by Miss Rnlloii, with the nnd Grace Young, of leu cents wil be charged everyMrs. Florence Terry, of Nenl's Mrs. Arminn Smith hns been visit-itinext wok. admonition to catch-uwere it posher daughter, Quintillu Wat-oAttorneys fur Audeisou Cnrr, the body, proceeds to go for some apsible, with sonic gentleman before Creek, visited relatives here lust week Martin Smith and family were the her race of life is completed. locnl ttcgiu. upon who-- v place two paratus needed in the music room Mrs. Cannda Epperson hns been guests of .Mrs. Watson Sunday: Only one leap yenr proposal was kegs of whisky were found, have nt the school. All interested in the Miss Mary I Smith wlfs in reported during the evening. Every quite sick for n few days. taken an action before Judge Hnr-di- s'diooT nru csKcially urged to come. Mr. J. W. Stringer, of Quail, spent Rroimhtoutowu Saturday niglil. seeking to prevent trial in the Kvcrybody is cordially invited und ti member of the club Messrs. Roltz-elaMeRoberts, Carpenter, Siindny with Mr. L. W. Wright. Josh Harness nud family were tho police coiiit, on the ground tlint the big crowd earnestly reipiested. Bfcs.1 ii ii, Singleton, Mulheny, Our Sunday school is progressing guets of Mr. John Rogers Monday nijHTptr Vnij TvT'f hJb h.itT,. n ..rirsnB .J (ity ordinnuco is invalid, because of i rlr GLORIOUS HAIR Rnnev, nml Messrs. T. Coleninn mid nicely. The recent cold weather hns Mrs. Celia Smith nud little Geneva tile fact Hint the penalty it provides Rcii'luirt wus present with the guests not diminished the 'attendance much. were the guests of Ida Thompson not agree with the stato law does ' 'BBBBBBBSPt"P"BBBBiB1HbBBBBBBBBBBBBBb Every Woman Who Wants It Mises Hommel. Spink, Inmiin, Cook, Mr. Jcs Flannery of Gilbert's Monday evening also Mrs. Arminu penalty for the same offense. In Fetlro, Hopper, nnd Palmer, and Creek, spent Sunday with his best Smith und handsome daughter Mary tho event, tho enso goes before tho BBBBBkBBBkKnBBBBBBKlBUBlBETBft VBWBCBBBBBBBrfrBBBB IbBBBbI BBBBBBBkBBBBBBiBIbBBBBBhBBhBBBBBhH L Any woman who wnnls her hair Messrs. Kemper, II. Colemnn, Hill, girl here. Mr. Tom Peurce received wind of liigher court, it is expected nn inWaters. MeCn'ity, C. Coleman, Coop-e- r, Miss Anna Wiiglit spent Wednes- his mother's death tho 2."itli of Jiinu-nr- y dictment will be returned and tho cannot expect to have ns lovely hair BKv' ) BBBBBBJLxBBBEfiRBvBBBvi S. Hill, lliiuht nnd Yeager. 1012'. She wns Miss Minora day in Stanford. runs tried licforo n jury this terra. ns the woman who doesn't. Wash tho huir ouco a week, use Andy Gnvvley hns moved into the Peurce of Mnrshnl, Mo. She hud gone Gov. McCrenry has appointed for- Henry Mills property. to Mounds, Okln to see if she could All parlies indebted to tbo firm of PARISIAN SAGE daily keep your mer Edilor W. P. Walton ns a coloMrs. Delmnr Adnms of Danville, gain her health, but soon found it V'offey & Coleman, nro hereby noti- hair brush clean and in n few days nel on his stuff. sjient Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Al- did her no good nud she had to die fied thnt their accounts Imve been you will give to your hair u beautiBJ! BBBS1EBJkBBBBBB'sVv- - BMBfr-"- " T nway fiom home. She wns taken f BBBBBBBs s &r s fred Rausli. BBBBBBihP turned over to me for collection. Any ful lustre Hint vou will be proud of. m" PARISIAN SA(1K is u most reliaback to her home ut Marshal, Mo., parlies owing tho nbovo firm will JysidhB HOW COLD AFFECTS ' KIDNEYS. ' BBBbW "r i "vy 1m?m IJu c i ' i BBBBb-!THE HOLDAM'S MILL. rnd laid to Test to nwait the resurplease pcnd check to(C. R. Coleman ble hnir tonic; so reliable thnt Q. L. guarantees it to eradicate y Penny Avoid taking B tK ' cold if your kidft fl BBd im rection day. She had a complication m n il BBBBb' Bk who requests that each nnd neys ore sensitive. Cold con jests '" We nr having onie "lee weather of diseases that caused her death. ono indebted to tho firm will dandruff, slop fulling hair nnd V1"! in" money buck. throws too once hero in Lincoln, so promptly remit promptly ns their 'n'ltJ 4J the kidneys, nnd weakensmuch work nt this writing nnd nil nru glad to She nil felt lived over her death. Wo W "n. ii Hr It should ho used us n dressing by upon them, wo bbbbbbWa TIB their no- see it, C. sud bo settled up. business must every member of the family becnuso 14-tion. Serious kidney trouble nnd "R. Coleman, Agent. Ida Thompson is on the sick IM. nil can suy Mr. Peart e certainly has even Rrisht's disease mny result. Her children nte nlso ill. it kcups thu sculp clean, prevents sympathy of all who the henrt-fe- lt Strengthen your kidneys, get rid of .Tuck Smith nud Frank Sit.it It were know him upon the dentil of his dear Foley Kidney Pills wi'l euro any hnir from turning gray nud baldness. tho pniu nnd soreness, build them up the guests of John Roger SiinitUy. mother, hut God is u wise God nmi case of kidney or bladder troublo I.urgo bottle TiO cents. You will hjivo Mr. riieon Adams has been very siel? knfwwhoiu he wanted ne.t,So cheer not beyond tho reach of medicine. no uso for oridiunry preparations HX ' Sn2?oniriS.Il'cK, h&s "is her giing delightful PARISIAN .jMr. John Sniit uriib,Iiwjies'UdniH?lAi.j5j0iiican do mofo.' Shugars SACHS n trial. suits. Shugars & Tanner. the 'iuests of U in. "Thompson gain. & Tanner. vere SUFFERS HUST0NVILLE. MORE SPLENDID AVERAGES STANLEY MclNTOSH. GEORGE D. FLORENCE TO AT PEOPLES' WAREHOUSE - -- 'm .;,. - i -- ut iti l m, cn-to- icoiii-plete- ly Car-peute- d, be-ii- le Me-Ke- -'!. Per-rynu- in fre-iient- ly Tur-ncrfvi- llr n -- T l i t rr he-fo- re 1 Snt-urd- c Ilut-ches- ss p, sr Last Number of Lyceum Course. n. n, e A y, HNV1KEmR!bbbfVKV' w i lu. ev-tr- BBBm1! BBi 'B 12S8b1HbiBHbW lTiBBBBBBBBMb tS. 2. T.BhmHH e At Opera House Feb. 29. See Them. A - f CTnass" "" rw-- K ,.. ', ? ) iffi.'vfr'T? ' .' Sujffjyjf: .... STANFORD A GREAT INTERIOR JOURNAL ENTERPRISE COMES TO STANFORD. Here's a Ford Model T Touring Car II he Inferior Journal Established 1S7a HELTON M. A Penny's Drug Store Makes an Important Connection With the Largest Corporation In America, Racked by Men 'Doing An Annual Business Amounting to $75,000,060 SAUfLEY,... Publisher People of City of Stanford Are Greatly Benefitted by It 8tn-o- r THE WORKING MAN The man WHO LABORS should be the BEST DRESSED man of all not for style but for COMFORT and SERVICE out of doors. He must have the BEST SHOES that man can make. Something like the WALKOVER, MEN-ZIE- S or WITCH ELK. Every LABORING MAN must and does WEAR OVERALLS. Of course there are many makes and all prices but the HEAD LIGHT is the best one of all. Thev have a little more Hoods in them and are a little neater made than any other. GLOVES you all wear them regardless of weather, if you want a GOOD ONE, if you want the BEST ONE wear the "TUFNUT" at $1.00 and $1.50. We try to fnrnish the best. YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE The proprietor of Penny's Drug I guarantee, which is printed on every Store, ot this Mly, has, with eliarae- - package: "The tinted Drug Co., and the KcmiII Store selling this preparaiieniiiiiitiriiirii leri'tie iMiicrprixe, liii ability to keep well nlmsitt of thx tion guarantee it to give satisfaction. with the If it docs not, go bnuk to thu store tinnv by eonnecting hini-e- lf ilruggi-t- s' luruc-- t in where you bought it and get your America. The men connected with money it belongs to you, ami wq this enteiprKc do n yearly basinets want you to have it." aggregating oxer jwfi.UOO.OOO, which this is certainly an innovation well emphasizes its soundness and that must appeal to thu cople of niaguilude. Mnniord. It insures safety and satXearly ."i.OOO letnil druggists thro, isfaction because our our local drugout the Tinted States nnd Canada gist, Mr. 0. i.. Penny, who is so well have organized themselves as n co- known and highly resjieetetl for his operative company for the purpose integrity, is connected with this en-. terprise and, is staking his own of producing a line of .medical reputation on the quality of The formulas of these guarantee and back up with these remedies, ami the very frank-ncs- .s Kith which lit tukvi (ho people tliclr own iiiinici mid !Wiiinll The formuliiH of these rem-diuf Stanford into his confidence inme thoroughly Known to every sures an unprecedented success' for and the in- these remedies, which are sold under one of the druggi-t- s gredients of each will be truthfully the trade name Itcsall which means described to the public and the remFrom reports coming edies sold with the distinct under- from hundreds of towns nnd cities, standing that their purchase price the Hexnll Kcniedics arc certainly will h instantly refunded without demonstrating their full title to the question or ipiibhle if they fail to lame. benefit the uer. This means that Those who have jircviuusly icf ussole jury and judge. ed to buy proprietary medicines the public there was no way of ascertainDifferent formulas weie turned over to the company from most re- ing their ingredients, can now purliable .sources. Kach formula being chase Kexull lleiredics, thu formuselected because of its tested and las of which they can lmc for the proved value and established reputa- asking. Ilesidcs, they are sold by a tion, gained throush continued and concern personally known to you and successful use in a high nverage o loented right here in our own city, who guarantees that they are in evase. A lcseareli committed of chemists ery wuy as represented or they will and physieinns made a most thor- cost you nothing. Jtexnll Orderlies are one of thee ough nnd exhaustive test of each ticat-meoin of thee prescriptions until they remedies. They are for the of constipation in every form, behad selected a very large list a ing of the very best nnd most depend- except it lie of a surgical nature. able known to medicnl science, eneli They are eaten like candy nnd do for the treatment and relief of a not cause griping, excessive looseness or other nnnoynnces whatever. particular ailment. They come in three sizes, ten, twenty These remedies are now manufacfive nnd fifty cents. tured by the company, which is The irroprietor of Penny's Drug known as the United Drug Co., Itos-towell mid favorably known Mass., in one of the largest, most Store is so for his 'sterling honestly and squnrw modem nnd best equipped pharmas dealing that wo predict a great ceutical lahratories in America. s. for him with the Kexall The tremendous output of this and he is to be heartily concompany enables-- it to purchase gratulated in bringing this great and drugs, hetbs and other neeess-nrmodern business to Stanford. materinl in very large quantities. The We urge all who may he in need of nnd professional ad- prepared medicines to call at Penvice of nenrlv o,000 lending drug- - ny's Drug Store and learn about tho I gists guarantees the high qunlity of Iiexnll Itcmcdies. Knt;rpriso ot this everything ucd and guarantee thnt sort should he em nurnged. only formulae of known merit are Penny's Drug Store., used in the manufacturing of their Mrs. (ieorge D. Wenren has been products. on 'he sick list for several days. H The preparations of the compenv is suffering front a heart attack. are shipped direct to the retail drugTie subject of Kov. J. .1. Dickey's gists who are connected with the en- dicourst. next Sunday mrrning will terprise. Thus their absolute fresh- tin "The Mode of Hnptisin." lie wants ness as assured is it almost impossi- nil the members of his congregation ble for their qunlity to deteriorate, to be present, especially the publis is there are no middlemen's or jobbers' invited at all times. Services J0:4.ri profits to be added to their cost, aiid evening services nt 7::ifl; Kpwnrth the public can obtain these product. will meet today Friday at the M. K. nt actual cost of manufacture, plus League 0:30. n single retail profit. The Woman's Mi4ionnry Society One noticeable feature of this church nt 2 o'clock I. M. A large buines, nnd a very commendable attendance is desred. one, is that no one remedy manufacMr. and Mrs. W. K. Glover, arc tured by this company is a "cure-all.- " here for a slnnt stay, Mr. (Hover Fneh one of the many different having the agency for the Ford remedies is a known and deiida-b'- e one of the best medium trentroent for n particular ail- priced ears on the market. A great ment. The confidence of the drug- many Lincoln county men own Ford gists interested in this enterprise is (nrs and others are plannii: to buy unqucstiruinb'y demonstrated by this them. prep-utiitinner-so- iil ly is. es King-of'Aise nt n, sn-ceItem-edie- etered at the rostoftlco at aa second class mall. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Comonwealth's Attorney. Emmett Puryear, of Uoyle, nn- nounces his enndidncy for common wealth's Attorney of the Thirteenth Circuit Court District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For County Judqe. T. A. Rice announces his candidacy for County Judge of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democratic party. M. F. North announces his candidacy for County Judge of Lincoln connty, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For 'Jailer. Peytsn fairish announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Democratic party.. George DeBerde announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party. Olnk Farmer is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Magistrate didacy for Magistrate in the Stan ford district, subject to the action ol the Democratic Party. Wm. Fields announces his candi-- . dacy for Magistrate is the Stanford district, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. J. D. Ends announces his candidacy for Magistrate In the Stanford district, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. Poor old "Mnrse Henry" is out 'vith another attack on Woodrow Wilson, nnd threatens to come out of his hibernation in Florida when the onions bloom nnin, and make a determined fight to prevent Kenfor the peerless tucky iiihtructiiiK Mr. New Jerseyite for president. Vntterou appears to lnbor under tli impu'-.-io- n that to oppose any cau-- e he champions or to favor any makinr nian whom he is nuwnst, a pergonal wnrfnre upon himself. There He was never more arfe thousands of Kcntiiekinii-- . who ndmire the old man, as one of the state's most distinguished nnd famous citizens, yet, on the other hand, haven't the slightest confidence in the world in his political beliefs. His puerile attack on Woodrow Wilson lias done move than any other thing to solidify the Kentucky Democracy for him. Mr. Watterson's treatment of levcland to begin with, shook the confidence of the great mass of the party in his leadership. Then came his treachery in 1S9C when he led the bolt asninst Bryan. That and his betrayal of Beckham, the party's nominee for 1'nitcd States Senator are too fres-l- i in the mind-- , of Kenturkians for effneement. And the spectacle he made last year "limping in the rear"' behind and his triumphant host, because the candidate for governor, would not allow him to dictate the platform completes the picture of a disappointed nnd discredited would-b- e leader of his party, now seeking members who shall or to tell its shall not 'have its nomination for the ed bypresidency. The situation were really humorous were it not for the pathos engenderel by the spectacle of the marvelous n.umptiou of this urent old man thnt he is It, with a big I, in Kentucky politics. iMc-Crea- ry er Thw splendid car, with the following complete equipment for $C00, b. Detroit. Four Cylinders, 5 pasfenger; eileiision Top; Speedometer; tori Generator; 3 O.i Gtis Lnmps; b Magneto buiit in the motor; 2 Lamps; Automatic Brass Wi.idshiold; Hoins nnd Tools. Tprpcdo runabout or Commercial Roadster at $3.00. No car sold unequipped. Fer Demenstrallon Call on Wm. F. Glover, Stanford, Kentucky. . o. six-ne- i Handsome Foredoor roomy minute in desired details, strong, simple and hacked with a record of five years' sahsfac MM giving results in all parts of the world to more than 100,000 users. This beautiful motor car completely equip for only $690 f. o. b. Detroit S690 pl up-to-th- e- J. T. Roberts announces his can il I Northern Pacific Ry jl For Rate I M. Write Now to the I E , H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Ky. HYDRATED ADVANTAGES M UMt SjjBjJj BjJJM .tsoPT I FsaH Prosperity States of America . of Fare, Fall Iatormatioa and Free Illustrated Literature about the seven treat I HI H MiI III Kortb Dakota. M.alaaa, Make. Will; MliacMla, "Tk Saie H..kw.y" al Ullo. mmi tseSlaadare Railway ol Ik Korlkwt.l. G.t year Incass Low la sad fna a eeleay. tIAskebeatdaily Murk cI(cI1t SpriX Celaolsl Rood-tri- p lit le April 13ta aaa raros, off .dive aa lirsl aad tkird Tacodaya ol cackaioata. CWrilaaewla I!,-,-- !! LIME .y OnhTilUali ran. Boktr 0. BJBJ asm S3v j&EgA 05V? TI r 111 till II L aa" 'GTW-j-'VprSKiij&-- i Bsy If HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool e Cesiialslsa. Write lor priat- - OVER LUMP LIME: v m A AND LrllHJfi HlwBifJ MM mT aar HIDES VaUfJ aav l aaa aaa W Berfljetoa this ad. It, m ii JOHN WHITE & CO. jabUahed 1887 LOUISVILLE.KY. r7 If You Have Money WE WANT IT -- - No Waste, J No danger of Fire, No Caking, No air Slacking, No Swelling, No waiting for your mortar to season. TRY IT. It is Economical, . f - If You Need Money WE HAVE IT Your Patronage. W. H. HIGGINS, g- -i 0TTENHEIM Your Business will be well cared fer and we solicit fiirK wake up. Don't you all know that this js Leap Year? Just sing- First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky. Capital 150.000 ta- listen what the bachelors arc ing in Ottcnheim. Red Rose Oh, my Love loe"s like a red, red rose, That's Swplyt $25,000 .& newly bloomed in June, Oh. my love's like the melody Thnt is owectly played in tunc. r 4 il m II FALL ail WINTER SODDS 6 . ft - Don't that sound good to you. I Judge Ttobert L. Stout is going nf-tthe election crooks with an iron tell you girls, you are missing a hand over in Campbell Cantrill's chance of' a life time. Mrs. Anton Hoehn is suffering county of Scott. He barred fTora jury service ns long as he is on the very much with asthma this winter. Woik wil begin nt the Lutheran bench, five members of the recent grand jury who refused to higu an indictment against election, thieves in the recent democratic primary. Some unknown person left a baby on the doorstep of A. J. Graham at Ixlmnnii. church soon as the weather changes. Mr. John Wentzel has a mighty mean dog to keep the burglars away fiom hi store. Mr .Hob Hoehn sold his last com to .Mr. Petrey last week. The dirt roads are in a very bad condition which makes, traveling cry hard for the fanners. Wheat is not as good- as it could be. Clover is about two inches nbove the ground ns wc hav had frost every night this winter. Miss Kuiiim Hoehn was dawn with a severe cold but is better again at this writing. Mist, Mary and Annie, Ollish are in Miami, Fia., to pend 'the winter. - OUR PRESCRIPTION PEPtBTNEHT 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. rl f b TI Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Caps, Ladies' and Gents' Family Goods now at Cost To Make Room. A. Remedy No Family Should Do Without y FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection. Tney comprise the best on the market can suit anyone as to price who had bis clothes made W order. A suit to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made wftes euaMrj nade to your neasure la preferable aad m la eoaaiaeres. Oeae ud let e take yeur sMMure. H. C. RUPLEY.THE Pmtkal TaUsr SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Kyi that not many montha are pasaed without some obatructlon of the bowel. In other words, constipation, even If only temporary. The bloating--, the dull feelln-mastart after the evening; meal. If a laxative la not taken that night It la certain that sleep will not be sound, and you will awaken unrefreshed. Hence, It Is Important for you and for all the members of your family that a food, reliable laxative be always kept in the house for Just such emergency. It Is sure to be needed, and when needed you want It at hand. No family that' la careful of its health can do without such a remedy. Out the question of which remedy to have on hand la also of vast Importance. The laxative moat highly recommended by the majority of Intelligent Amarleana a being' best for babies aad rewaese le Dr. CaMweU'e Syrup Pap human .No - natter 'how la healthy to acay Dclnmay be It aafe CaldweU'a Hyrup AnVAna wlahlna .. . t. .. ain f I. . .. I A , and never gripes. Is effective on robust people and can be given aafety to an Infant Children like withbecause of It these gentle qualities and because It la pleasant to the taate. remedy you it la tne best Can have In the houae for any disorder a II., n HI IhA ktnmn.h uA ...... many people like n. II. Morgan, Price. . ,, usaviuaun. wan """i " race. Term., say they would soon wlthfillt ths tin. (... oat uiltkm.i be II-- Our customers may rest assured that any prescription they bring to us will be accurately compounded. Dr. Hess' Poultry and Stack Feed ", u l.l Penny's 7)rug Store, Stanford, Jcntucky. ,lrM ,. al it tat m1.. rcmady before buvlnc it In the regular any cenia or one dolKr a Urce bottle (family efie) can o z -'. riw Of r.haafarsk Kwv,i mosvvut.4..-..- mo florae u Ialn. t. afonucello. III. Tour'Basaa slm ea a postal esr wuJ S AAraH it laitHfl' JR.. Ifcj'jsW'iH us'itfUiivifetl1! JWKflWfc'-- L i T TV'" '. WV ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET Wet nml chilled feet usually nf- ttcl the. mucous membrnno of the none, thront nml lungs nnd Ingrtppo 3 R. M. KEWLAND FOR km LIFE Those Interested, Please Read FIRE INSURANCE and SURETY BONDS Fresh air and exercise, with proper STANFORD, KY. food nnd a sufficient amount of sleep, are tho essentials. I'nder such a rcglmn of living, SOAPUS NEWS germs cannot tlnvntup, and ninny diseases arc- prevented. Should tho system reqnlro a tonic, I Thomas Nnylor is working on the takn only biic.1i as you know their In- (railroad. gredients such Is Vlnol, which It a James Drown nought Oscar delicious combination of the health-givin- g out. lie will move in four Ilertle months. properties of tho cods' livers J. II. Harris was the guest of I). A. What would you do without n, good with nil tho useless grease eliminated horset Keen him drv nnd warm with nnd tonic Iron ndded, happily blended Singleton last Tbuisday u good blanket. I have irrein. J. i. In a mild, medicinal wlno. Little Flora Chappell is ill at this McCIary. For this reason Vlnol Is regarded writing. as one of the greatest body builders Chnrlie Harris was the guest of M.'C. Ncwlnnd, who hns been tak- nnd InvlRoratorn for aged people, ft W. M. Jackson Satuiday night nnd Invigorates and builds them up, and Sundny. ing a course in surveying at Stato Economizes Butter, Floor. keeps them up. Mr. Harris Singleton visited his University in Lexington, hns returnWo sell Vlnol with the understandfood Eggs; ed vto his home in this county nnd is ing that If It does not glvo satisfac- brother Inst Sunday. J. W. tlnffm left for Alabama a prcpnrcd to do nil prncticnl survey- tion tho price will ho returned. Iturnl few tiny asgo. ing. Cnll or address Bim. CRAB ORCHARD Mrs. Lucy Crank is ill at this route No. 1 Stanford, of phone, Crnb 13-8Miss Uoodwin Orchard. entertained her writing. only Baking Powder made The Jntncs Noiikes has moved to the young friends Ins) Saturday evening from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Itpss Miss llitldemnn was the ChnpHl! I'alm near Soapiis. For Sale. 1OU.00O '2 foot boards IKirn tu tlie wife of Allen Ulnh- for sale nt our ynrds til Crab Orch- guest of her aunt, Mr. June Buchd boy. on ard All kinds of lumber, nud build- - anan, last week. Duke and Collier 13-- 8 in material. Catlin is with hotnefolks for u few days. AN ORDINANCE AH the people of. the entire com. I Parties wunting rooms nnd offices Welch Rochester spent Washing SOCIAL and PERSONAL An ordinance requiring n concrete call nt State Hank & Trust Co. See inanity etend their sympathy to ton's Uirthday with his sister, Mrs. their nice rooms, H-t- f Mr. K. II. Kionaugh and family who pavement to be laid on portions of r. has lost a loving mother. .John A. Allen wns in Louisville ou Lee at Middlebor.i. the south &idc of Main stTcct in of Frankfort, reprc- J' Mr. (I. It. Lyne has returned from Stnnford Kentucky lraineM- Wednodny. FOR SALE OR RENT. "tmg two prominent insurance K. S. Alcorn wu in Louisville on lliiwes villc, after a long visit to her The City Couuoll or tiie city of roinpnics hns been spending stsver- -f ' We offer for snle or rent the -- "Friday. ' gill bnini" lnt mother. Stanford, Kentucky, do ordain as Woolen Mills nt McKinncy, "" tho "1 lys here felling Mock. Je.se C. I..MHI. lm K Mr. Mary A. Sanders nnd daugh- follows: That that portion of the Ky. This mill is fully equipped' to ter, Mi-- s Ttintl" for th,. It. M. Hollingslieiul l'cachie Mae, of lower south slue or Main, rtrcet in StanSHORT LOCALS. t manufacture yarn, jeans, blnnkcts, (inrrnrd, nre with I. L. Saiiilers for ford Kentucky which is in front of Oil Compiuiy of Cnmdcii, N. J. Linsey nnd other goods nnd is well a few days. Mr. .1. F. Lnnie, of Louisville, the residence property of Dr. G. G. COMING, ' COMING, locnted. Apply to K. L. Tnnner guest of her parents Col. and , COMING, Miss Hoodie Wed is at home nfter Perry nnd also that portion of the f. & Sou, Mc Kinney. Ky. n Ion-- ; sny in Louisville. Mrs. ilulf lliidilernr lit llnwhiiid. JUNIOR BROS BIG CIRCUS. south side ot .Mam street m fatan-for- d .Mr. A. V. Culton one of Crab (leiirge H. l'TUitt, of .Mi.nland, Kentucky which begins at and For Snle. Pure Bred Mnmmoth Orchard's young men who has been nnd includes the residence property in Louisville on a elmrt business tup .1,.)00 of $1,G00 to loan with good Mrs. C.'C. Lyon, in the Ilrynnt & Stratton business of .Mrs. P. A. Urovvn, now occupied Uronzc turkeys. Wednesday. security, inquire at I. J. Office 13-ll-2- t. Hustonvillc. Col. John W. lloiit was utile to lie (ollcge l.oiiiville has taken a posi- by her nnd Dr. J. F. Peyton nnd out this week after n severe tiis-l- e tion with Wriu'ht and Tnjlor. extending to and including the pro For barnes of all kinds, Vulcan with tho grip and was warmly greet- and family perty of Baptist Parsonage, but ex Mr. L. L. Sanders Wc are prepared to install hot nnd Imperial Plows sec K. T. Fence, water nnd hot nir heating, plumbing spent Sunday with his mother at liv 1ms iiintiv friends. cluding the property, of C. R. Cole81-t- f. .Mi'ss Sadie Hnughiniin. of llin We.i Stanford, eac, Conn Ilros., Lancaster. Stone. man, bo pnved with a concrete paveMr. W. S. Fish the insurance man ment in accordance with tho plans, l'ml was the truest of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday at the Haptist W. S. Fish represents only the of Stanford wa in our city on busi- specifications and requirements of A. H. Florence -- evtral day this church worship at 10:l."i A. M. nnd best and strongest insurance com- ness the 21. week. section 29 of the printed Morning subject ltaptism; panies. Let him keep you protected. Col. Joslnin Suope, the populnr 7 . y which ordinance is made part hereWe are glad, to see Mr. S. .1. Sunday Circuit Clerk, was stricken with weiring Mibjcct Omee. out after being housed for the of by reference. f asthma M.)(, t 9 :t5. Inst two months with rheumatism. nnother htvere nttnek The width of said pavement is to Catarrh Cannot Dc Cured with LOCAL APPLICATION'S. thrr tannot rrut Mr. II. II. I.ognii is ill tit this be and remain the same as the presThursilav night and i quite ill. hr Mt vt tbt duwur. CaUrrh I, a bkutl tir rvriais . Foster were Mr. and Mrs. ent pavement now located on said g 0n(.iBton tutioiul diwsur. and tn ordrr to cur. It you uiuat Uli writing. ,. Miss Annie Hronaiuh of Louisville street which is to be replaced by the Urrfttlr. tiul ,ru dlrrrtlr upm tbr bjul ,nd murciua in Frnnklort o tnuriny inghl ' Hall, Calarrb firv Ii ttot a quark ntrts tunac-r" Friday. one hereby ordered. u loc rtart ana a tbt bm h)tiriana Inrgest fowls, best layers. Mrs. M. riot. Itcountrypmeribed by one of rrcuiar prrNTipoon. is with her patents for n while. ' in mia Coker, the young son of Kev II. Hughes, Tho grade of said pavement is to Little David Hurdctt has been eon Jf.se 'J3-It M comnoar-- of tbn brat tonlr koovn. romnlneo. Ky. Iincnster vttb O brat bkMtd purtnrra. acting dtrrrtly on tbo1 fined to his room for A. (1. Coker, of King's Mountain, has a few days he the same as that of the pavement muroua auriarra. in prnvn romnmaiNm 01 ina two Intrrdlrnta hi what jmlurra MKh aoonrrhll rs in front of said property except that with hi grippe. lieiilU'with pneumonia, but is tuino In tor trrtlmonlals. trr. There will be a meeting of the W. ulu curlnc 1catarrh. Hrnd CO.ITopa.. lolrdo.a r Clir.Nl.V A Trail Orchard has h wholesale the grade in front of the property better now. by Drug, hla. prlr 7Sc Sold llaU'a lanuir Jnlu lot rotutloattoo. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred KntN will.. go C, T. 1. atr. the Itaptist church next candy film which will go by the occupied by Mrs. P. A. Brown nnd ..... or u. Tatt n n . iiiiiiimmiii rrmuuii -oil imil Dr. J. F. Peyton is to start on a levt, housekeeping ill tllf Il0lle inline of While and Smith. AM the members are urged Constipntion is the cauao of many W. L. licll bus erected a new el with tho crossing over the alley vllle avenue. jut vacated by Mr. HoVloek . ailments and disorders that make blacksmith shop on Stanford street. between that lot nnd Warner's and ,;.! Mrs (Ireenberry Hrigiii ami life miserable. Take Chnfbcrlavn's The t S. Marshal relieved Crab run a straight line to the south cast family Stomach and Liver Tablets, keep Orchard ot one of its famous comer of tho present grade of the Spring Samples. They are Mr. W. 11. McKobeiU Mrs. Keiil nnd Mrs. Charles Cecil, to be the nicest nnd best line your bowtls regular nnd you wilt last neck. pavement in front of houso occupied Of uli the valentines sent to Crab by T. D. Haney nnd from tho west of Danville .ittemled th funeral of iey )mL. t.Very sent nut, and I think-- nvoid these disenses. For snle by Orehaid on Valentine day the one end of the crossing on cut off street so. Call and see them. II. C. Kup-le- Q. L. Penny. Mrs. Mollie MeKolhrts .Mommy. sent Mr. W. Pelvis was most appre- nnd on same level with it a straight Margaret Miller came over TlmjTnihir. Mi line to a point on level with south Services at the Presbyterian ciated. from Kicliinond ti the fmienil of J'lof. Datsou was in Crab Orchard end of crossing from Logan street her nunt. Mrs. Mi.llie MeUolM-rtwho hfl" gono church on Sunday February 2otb nt Mr. Jimo Lynn, -. on business Thursday. over Main street to pavement on nwny on tho road, has left tho vac- 1 A. M. and i with Mi-- s Dollie MellobertJ. JL Eduriston wit in Iirodhejid south side of same in front of H. vMi's Hester Hello Anderson, daugli cinating of cattlo In the hands of C Anderson's store room on said It is expected that Rev. Henry nnd Mt. Vernon on Tueday oil ter of Mr. and Mrc II. C. Anderson, txiuU I.jnn, hlii servant. If wanted. street and from that point a straight has been quite 11I, but w improving call nt John G. Lynn's meat shop, Wade DnHosc of Versailles will be line to th level of the pavement in Louts piesfiit mid give an address on tlie nnd I will como at once. lltlW. COMMISSIONERS SALE front of lot of C R. Coleman. A. C. Ati'hley, of Sevierville, Tenn I.ynn. Laymen's Missionary Convention reif The work hereby ordered is to be arrival here Friday, to take llie cently held nt Chnttanooga. In obedience to a judgment of tha done by and at the expense of tho of the Interior Journal The House passed the Senate printing office, ininln vnennt by the Carl Floyd, n young farmer of IJucolii circuit court rendered nt the owners of the dand fronting and bill 011 Wednesday nod Kuwait Snufley, who count v unit resignation of the Saufley neighborhood left Wed- February term 1012, in the action of abutting the pavement ordered to be it is hot up to Gov. McCreary for lins taken a good position at Franknesday for Lnwrcucehiin.', Intl., Kiitheriuc M. Wan en etc against constructed ns provided by law withAtcMey comes with the las signature. fort. Mr. where he exjocts to make his future Mary Warren etc., the undersigned in thirty days nfter tho service of a hijjhost recnmmrnilation as an home, lie has a good position there Commissioner will, at about 1 o'- copy of this ordinance on them, and the cost of same is to be apportionThem will be an open session of He will be badly misstd by a num- clock P. M. on job printer and will prove 11 ed among them ns required by law. Monday March II, 7nlnnbli iidditiim to the I. J.'s force. the biuh school literary hoeiety Fri- ber of his young friends and This ordinance shall be in force (County Couit Day) in front of tho Arthur Wnllin, who is one of the day afternoon, Feb. 23, at two o'Court Hoitsu door in Stanford, Ky., and effect from and after its publimanagers for the Malleable Steel clock 111 the chapel of the high school by certified copies being postFriends and patrons are Kange. of South Hen, Indiana, was building. lfe. A. (1. Coker the popular offer for sale at public, outcry to the cation three or more public places in highest and best bidder, tho tract of ed nt this wck to attend the 'cordially invited to attend. hero eaily King's Mountain pastor, has just re(i tho corporate limits of the city of opening of court, and if possible be turned from Font Hill, Ifusscll coun- 11 acres of laud on tho waters of against bis Tho banks and post office closed ty, Dix river in Lincoln county Ky., Stanford. ' Kentucky. when the caf-'present where ho eondiictdd a splendid A. B. FLORENCE, Mnyor. bn.ther, Jake Wnllin, elmrged with up Thursday in honor of the birth- levivnl service for seven days; dur- Hounded on the north by the hind Ciab day of the Father of His Country, of Henry C. Anderson; on tho east by L. R. HUGHES Clerk. killing Marhbal lloskins at ing which there were' K additions Orchard comes up. Mr. Wnllin left but most everybody else worked n to the church. When he was called Ibe land of David Anderson; on the seemed usual in honor of tho event. later in the week, n there nwny by the illness of his young south by the land of W. P. Giimcs; little chiinee of tho on-- e coming to son, there were 27 ''mourners" on the and W. 1. White; on the west by land of HeMa Lawrence. William .Miller Farmer, the four bench. trinl immediately. A pnssvvny will bo resrved over this son of K. II Fanner, the year-ol- d laud for tho benefit of Henry Anderpopular colored baiber, died at hw son nnd Mr. Ijiwrence to pass to home on Depot street this week, afand from the Prenehcrsville turnpike ter a short illness of appendicitis , and county road in times of high The physicinus operated 011 tho litCold, Indigestion. tle fellow and found an advanced water. Headaches, The object of the snle is for a diPains, Constipation, Sour Stomach, ttage of the dread disease, which vision of the proceeds. they were unable to counteract in Dizziness? If you are not, the most TERMS: The sale will be made nny 'way. elective, prompt and pleasant Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a on a credit of siv months. Hond method of getting rid of them is to Had it not been for the extreme stimulant. It does not make with good security for the purchase kindliest, of our good neighbor, the take, now and then, a deserUpoon you feel better one day, then price, payable to the Commissioner, 1. J. would bearing G per cent inteiest from dny AJHAMEIOFNEIFACE truly Danville Advocate, the fuj of the ever refreshing and lmc had a hard time getting out as bad as ever the next. of sale until paid, secured by lieu There is not a drop of alco- und having the force and effect of a beneficial laxative temedy Syrup its Tuesday's issue. An important "I voi ashamed of my face." write "It MIkb I'lckurU of North Carolina. hol in it. Ayer's Sarsapaof Figs and Elixir of Senna. It is part of the linotype machine suddenjudgment will bo reipiircd of tho pur., was all full of plrni'leH and scars, but U. I). I. Inscription for nfter uslns well known throughout the world ly broke nnd there was no wny to rilla is a tonic. You have the chnser. Kczema I can sur that now there Is no alfc-- of that Kczema and thai was The shares of the- infants will as the best of family laxative reme- get it repaired or replaced this side steady, even gain that comes three years airo." The I. J.'h competent This Is tut one of thousands of cases a lien on the laud until they of Chicago. from such a medicine. Ask dies, because it acts so gently and D. D. has simply washed In which become of ngo unless the bond reStone, was sent 1). I). U. uway th.I. skin trouble. irri- operator, Marshall your doctor all about this. quired by section 493 of Codo is clcunses the skin of tho terms of Kc strengthens naturally without to Danville with a bunch of copy Tenia. I'sorlasls and other serious skin him fully, and always executed in meantime. Trust tating the system in any way. diseases; stops the Itch Instantly, and Monday night, nnd the management when used with 1). D. I), soap the cures J. B. Pnxton, Attorney for Plffs. To get its beneficial elects it ii of the Advoento generously tendered do as he says. He knows. Nothing like seem to he permanent. I), n. for always necessary to buy the genu- us the use of its machine, upon Wdo mtkei the ben liver pilli? Tbt E. D. PKNXIKGTON M. C. L. C. C. 1). Trial bottlethe SScomplexion. cents, enoueh to proe the merit of this wonderful rem At snuie timo and place I will ofine, manufactured by the Cawomia which several columns of matter J. C. Ayer Company, of Lowell, Mm, edy were set that night, in timo for is- - Tbey btve been miking Aytr's Pills for fer for sale about C7 acres of land We can also ulre you a full site Fig Syrup Co., bearing the name sixty If you btve absolute for was ever doubt yeire. using thee ibe llbr-ti-t adjoining the above described tract. bottle that tl.00 on ourfirst bottle guar, fall if this very ante, $f the paper Tuesday. It pills, 11k sbout of the Coaspaay, plainly printed oa to Blv. you relief it will cost you noU an act of neighborly courtesy which your doctor. Aik bim first, tbsi't belt. pTerms announced on day of sale. IDS. the frost 61 every package. . O. ATM 00., UiraU, Haw. ky Ik Ma MRS. MARY S. WAR HEN. lias our uujuvhi upprvi'iauuti. ant) Tmmt. MMftrt. Ky. ROYAL BAKING POWDER AbmoiuMy Purm more makes the appetizing and wholesome bronchitis or pneumonia mny result the Watch carefully, particularly children, nnd for the- racking stub born coughs giro Foley's Honey nnd It Bootbcs tbo n- Tnr Compound. heals tlie flnmcd incmbrnncH, nnd coughs quickly. Tnko no substitute. Shugars nnd Tanner. - hefsaved their money - whydontyo a Start a bank account to day When old age shall overtake you it will he 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. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Undivided Profits S4.098.94 Capital $50,000. . Deposit $75,481.90. M. B. Salin, Cashier. W. L. McCarty Pret. Ddl cy "7.711"".. . 2-l- We Have a Full Line Of BED ROOM SUITS. ODD DRESSERS. ODD STANDS. DINING TABLES.. 3t 1 1(5-- by-la- Ta-te- m ( '' ph . ' Jw ,- ,,; 8. RECEPTION CHAIRS. DINING CHAIRS. ' HALL CHAIRS. CHILDREN? CHAIRS SJDE BOARDS. BUFFETS. CHIFFONIERS. MATTRESSES. r , CARPETS MATTINGS. RUGS. U I I ill awawaV m ... LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTH. WALL PAPER. BUILDING PAPER. 1 tl 1 im-ieni- boot-logge- rs CARPET PAPER. LACE CURTAINS. WINDOW SHADES. MIRRORS. BED SPRINGS. We make low prices on all goods and Guar- -' a5?StsB U .r ' y, U ' llsfH 14-2- p. 1 antee the goods to be what we say they are. . u 1 ' 1 i fore-inansb- ' W. A. TRIBBLE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. g Tlneted States 'Depository Jfor !Postal Savings undsm m Lincoln County National Bank Corner Tfexi to Court Jffouse STANFORD, KENTUCKY. $ m ARE YOU FREE FROM Stimulant or Tonic? f ai$ii&iiii NO ONE STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH. The celebrated Dr. Aberncthy o( London was firmly of the opinion that diior. ders ol the ttomscli were the most prolific source o( hurnsn ailments in general. A recent medical writer taytl "every feeling, emotion and affection reports at the stomach (through the system of nerves) and the stomach is affected accordingly. It is the vital center ol the body ." e continues, " so we may be said to live (tkriugk) the stomach." He toes on to show that the stomach is the vital center of the body. For weak stomschs and the consequent indices tioo or dyipeptis, and the multitude of various diseases which result therefrom, no) medicine csn be better suited as a curative agent than - in n Dr. Pierce' Golden MetUcml Discovery. 1 ir ! V iv$mmr Jr?V"AT Mas. UKtJUM. ifTTl'i Wit IkMsrs "Several months ago I suffered from asovoro pain right under tho bruafct-bumwrlu Miu. 0. M. Muhkkn, of Corona, Calif. "Had MifTorol from It, off and on, for several years. I alsosufjeml from heart-burdid not know what was tho matter with me. I tried noveral medicines but they did me no good. Finally, 1 was told ll was my liver. I did not'daro to eal as It mtulo mo worse. Whenever I swallowed anything It warned that I would faint 16 nurtto. xgruw very thin and weaK irom not eating, was told to take Dr. I'lerco's (iolilen Medical Discovery. I took: .nve, nomes oi it, and rouiu leei mytit getting better irom 'the first doee. yI could eat a llttlu without naln and vraw strong fast. 1 am strong and well and ran do a Mc day's work with eate. Can eat everything and have put oa tiesh wonderfully. I will say to all sufferers write to Dr. lleroe. He has my undying gratitude." To-da- h iwp. rTma i rtniA-nMlf- c. ' .r r4w -- : "i I YOU "il,ii WILL lv jv j THE STANFtM INTERIOR JtUMAL ITAMFORt, '?.: KENTUCKY : 5 THE FARMERS MARKSBURY HAVE A FIT I ;t will nnt he a crazv fit if you will let us measure you for a $ new suit. 0 nr1 UCW SUll 5 We will guarantee that your " Will m f detail and if it does not then you 0 arC UI1UC1 1IU UUU5auw. 0 1000 new patterns to select from and we will have them made according to your own original g ideas. 0 You will find our prices' a a pleasant surprise to you. Order it now and have i ready for Easter. 0 CUMMINS & WEAREN i Stanford, - Kentucky. 2 The Home of All Wool Iiiivi Tlckwts Cm H. Clothes. : NEW ORLEANS abb MOBILE 13, 14, 15, MARDI QRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES !! m 1 m ml UIvwmtj sattf Mmc 9. tm, U. 17, 18 a 19 T lataMtos wkk ffkMtei STOPOVERS AT C KINQ. W. A. HECKLER. ITicbrtACMt, Ky. & Mala Stmt. LnlaftM. 4. ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS FWl HRTKHUIS. CUL II AIT TMET MOT. H WIIH Il For Sale Privately about no Thur-da- j. Vh. Mamni'.'l Sutton and Mr. Josh acres of land, part of the W. II. Sutton each hail a fine Jersey cow-tTrnylor place; contains two good die from catiny Paris flreeii. Apply to Dan tenant houses.' Mr. W. J. Doobn was called last 10-tTrnylor. week to the bedside of his mother, Knd and Sons want 100.000 Mi. Mary Dooliii, of Wn.wie county. J. D. -pounds wool. Sec them befoie you Mrs. Doliu ciiinc ometiinc nsr t vi .Mrs. Ilmikiti. of it her daughlei 143-soil. Hubble, where she wn taken seriSciiiitm- It. I.. Hubble sold n'mighty ously ill. jink to n Mr. fine A littlo visitor cniiic to brighten of Cney county, near Middle-bui- the home of Mr. anil Mrs. Vick Santhi week. He pit n cool thouders a few days ago. sand for him, but he was a beauty Mr. Fred Sutton of Lexington has a: far as asinine pulchritude goe. (been his daughters, Mcs- It. Col. J. P. Chandler who cried the dames Alike Kennedy ami Airs. ,1. F. Viinhook near Morcland Dickersou. TelcAfu Pollard received .(ili:t.."0 Saturday frays that everything sold raised on 'J well, llnr-- e, hold from (H) to $SU for ii crop of toba'-ecows from WO to 40: corn &I.30 n acres. Air. l'olhud is dcluhtcd with barrel: fodder" 44 cent-- , a shock; side the sale of tobacco winch was sold meat brought 11 cents a pound. Mr. nt lunviHe. Air. Frank Kobinson wilt not come Vauhook will soon leave for Indiana home to jeside with hi- - inotlici us to make his future home. llronnit!;li & Stewart of Crab Orclt reported in last week's issue but will aid. sold ii (Top of tobacco on the still I ivy in Kichmund. Air. Jesse Sanders, who ha neen brakes .it Danville lut week which buincs. averaged 11 4 cenW. Bronnugli i engaged in the niei;chnndi-another ciop there a: an onlv a sh'iit time nt bis plaoc bin Sin endeared hinicH' to his nvcinir" v IS 4 cent- -. generally by hi-- , jovial and land accommodation- -. Alls. Sail, FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! ders his wife, is a "bom clerk" and lends vnlu.iblc aid in the store. Located near Bowen. two miles south of Junction City, and borderONLY ONE "BEST" ing on the railroad, and owned by Contains house Anna B. Sweeney. and good garden, well fenced; about Stanford People Give Credit Where Credit is Due, 20 acres of timothy grass, besides the roads grass; fine place for poul try, sheep and calves; about IS People of Stanford yho suffer acres for cultivation ; plenty of wood with sck kidneys and bad backs want For sale at $1,450; for rent at a kidney remedy that can be de$125 a year, which is cheap. pended upon. The best is Dunn's See Sam Sweeney at Dowen, Ky., kidneys only, and testimony of that or write ttbe owner at Bloomington, is hacked by willing testimony of 111., 718 Eatt Fremont street. Stanford people . Here's a case: Airs. S. J. Hubble, Lancaster St., Stanford, Ky., says: PUBLIC SALE "I know that Doan's Kidney Pills I will offer for sale at my home on helped me and I, therefore, bare not the Stanford pike one mile from the least hesitation in recommending them. My kidneys were disorder Moreland on ed for some time and although my Saturday Feb. 24, 1912, at 10 A. Af. all of my personal pro condition was not serious, I was perty consistihe; of one pood work nevertheless annoyed a great deal. mule G years old, one milch cow, one Aly backaches almost constantly and heifer, 1 buggy and harness. All sometimes became so lame that it remy household furniture and fanning quired a gieat effort for me Jo stoop. tools Theer were also other symptoms of About 100 bushels of corn 1 stack kidney complaint that caused me disof oats one fly shuttle loom good as tress. Since using Doan's Kidney new will rent place same day of sale, Pills, procured at Shugars and Tan- TERAIS. Atade known on day of iter's drug store, all these troubles 'hayve disappeared and my health has sale. Mrs. W. L. Dishon, improved." AIOHELAND, KENTUCKY. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 'cents. Koster-MilbuCo., Buffalo PUBLIC SALE! ,New Tork, sole agents for the United o f. S Kl-IV ng J- -2 e ci' 6-- tf rn Noah Mnree bought n pair of I Imvc n good saddle horse mid a mules from Sam ltnlnc, of splendid breeding jack which I will Alt. Hebron, paying for them 130. sell or trade for heavy work stock. A. The Ladies' Working Circle will T, Trnylor R. D. No. , Stanford Kucenin I'ollnnl next meet with Mi PUBLIC DISSOLUTION At The John 1 SALE niflRCH Snnnn rn rVmm ii 'z tucky w. .nwiiu, ixcn- - c VI Saturday, a 12 months without interest Don't forget the place and hour 9:30 SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1912. Beginning at 9:30 a. m. sharp the following live stock will be ottered: 8 mules coming 4 years old, all have been worked and in good condition for the coming crops; '3 mules coming 3 years old, 1 sorrel filly 4 years old; 1 bay horse 4 years old; 1" black mare 5 years old, splendid driver not afraid of trains or automobiles, 1 blind mare extra good brood mare, 1 aged brood mare, 3 jennets, one has a colt at side, 6 nice Jersey heifers, fine prospect for milk, 2 red cows 5 years old, 1 Jersey bull thoroughbred, 6 calves 18 shoats will weigh about 160 pounds each. 6 nice large black brood sows due to farrow in from 2 to 4 weeks, also 75 barrels of corn will be offered in lots to suit purchaser, All of this live stock is owned by Dr. W. F. Hickle and myself. Dr. Hickle is now located at Kennedy, Texas. And I am going to Kansas City this Spring, it will be neces sary for a dissolution of the partnership. Hence this sale. TERMS OF SALE: A good bankable note for 4 v Frank Spoonamore, T. D. ENGLISH, AUCT. We Pay 11 COSIS TOD KOIIIHG Mes-snlin- I will offer for sale at States. my home Highest Market Prices For at Preachersville on: Remember the name uo other. SECOND ANNUAL SALE -- and NOVELTIES est in Neckwear, Belt Buckles, Bags, J J Beauty Pins, Veil Pins, Barrettes, Frills etc k. lmm We have just received the very lat- lkAafral tJtmmmAmmm Kma mmAm I wimumww i Frinsre Bands. Braid Gilt etc. AVe invite your inspection. S I M AmmmmmmAmMgm lV mM Friday March I, 1912. beginning at 10 o'clock. All of my personal property consisting of 1 good buggy mare, G years old, will woik anywhere, 1 good brood mare, three years old, in foal to jack, safe to 'ride or drive, not afraid of any thing, 1 pony coming 8 years old gentle for children, 1 pony trap and harness', good as new, 1 buggy and harness, '2 sows and pigs. All my household and kitchen furniture. Remember the place Preachers ville, Kentucky. MRS. E. B. THORNTON. COLT FUTURITY The l'erryville Stock Snle Co., of l'erryville, Ky. will hold their second annual combination sale in Ky.. on March 10, 11(12. Any and everybody having stock and wanting to sell them in this sale had better see one of the company at once and lit your hore uud mule. We hne the promise of plenty of buer both local and from n distance, coin! farm hoi-e- s and mule, ready for service is in great demaud I'er-jyvill- e, Furs. All kinds ot Produce, Hides and See us before you sell, get price In countrv or delivered. To come in and look through our line of Poplin Tuffetas, net- e, and oft silks. And Don't fail to our line f IiL-l- i mid itrt I.iuenes in all weight. like tjie present. We will be glad Come in today, uo time to have you ami .'will make your visit pleasant profitable. and we hope H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mr. PHONE 153. L. L SANDERS Crab Orchard, Kentucky. kni 'iJi'A.tikrAmitiit l . .mil nntiunv in this paper soon. For any information address C. A. KERN, Kentucky. J. C. McClary Cash for Accounts and Notes comes easily and direct when you place them with us We make collections and look after claims anywhere in the United States and Canada, and Bake no charge unless we collect. Bank reference. for 'collection. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. , mm&&&aw m m r i needs. So we are now to supply your wants-fo- r I Ifcring sewing with a ftill line of S Sighims nainsooks, long cloths S linens and embroideries. 2 Of careful study and close atten-'fox; to your demands enables iis Id anticipate your iiftittt 35 YEARS mfW m "W..E. Perkins, ttfefeL! CRAB ORCHARD, Kentucky. Announced By Catalogue Committee of K. P. Fair. Che catalogue committee of the Knights of Pythias fair, is announcing a Colt Futurity as one of the most attractive features of the splendid program which will be given. Nominations for niares, are being received now, and so much interest is being taken in it by the many breeders if good stuff in Lin-ciand adjoining counties, that it is believed the amount of the stake will go us high as $100 Mares must be nominated by Murch 15th when a payment of $1 must be made. payment On or before June 1M, of $2 must bo niiule, on eaWi mare, an owner desires to keep eligible and ut that timi) each Mares name and color and the name of the horse to which she was bred in 1011 must bo given. On AugiiRt 15th the week before tlio fair, the color and eex of the foal must he given and a fee of $2 paid. This is tho final fee, mnking f.j in all. The money will bo divided into four prizes on a basis of 40 per cent to first; 25 per cent t second; 15 per cent to third and 10 per cent, to fourth. It is planned to open a mule colt futurity upon the snmo basis, in view of tho very high class hybrid youngsters which nre piodnced iri'Hiis section: '' ln CsrrespandMce Invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, SsRMrset. Kentucky. -- UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEH STANFORD KENTUCKY. v IT WONT BE A is the highest type of womanhood. Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. HAPPY NEW YEAR Scott's Emulsion Scott's Emulsion are so perfectly combined that all (babies, children and adults) are equally benefitted and built up. it 'a th A I PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND u)l sorts and sizes in both rc'igh and finished lumber and if we cannot Biii.tyou iq kind, quantity, quality and price nobodv can, Stanford. Ky. J. A. ALLEN. f the loved ones are not protected from the cold and kept comfortable and warm during the next few wintry months. curative elements in is the highest type of curative food. The nourishing and The best way to do this is to burn BAUGHMANS GOAL In your stoves and grates. Phone us to send you a load now. J. H. BAUOHNAN Bt tur to gtt SCOTVS StaiUard and alwayt for all purposes. So if ou want to build a house, a barn, a chicken coop, a dojr house or a fence, come here for the muteriuU. We bave bttt. All offi;aars &(o, Stanford. J., ' ,l