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TIKSDAYS ANft FHIDAYS. SOCIETY TO ' Ira KING'S MOUNTAIN SAFFELL Hustonvllle Young B0H0N I Wall Is ill with pneumonia. Mr. A. C. Mii'rtiu, of Georgetown, Negro Uxorclde Lives Only Few lias moved to lid. Catey' place. Hours After Shooting Himself Mrs. F. I' Carey has hold her Made Will Before Death house and lot to 8. 1'. Waggoner for $100. Horn, to the wife of, Janet John-so- u Anderson Car who killed Ills wife n fine hoy. Into btindny afternoon mid then l'rof Way Johnson is teaching n shot himself, after ho liad bom placneliool lit the Clifitinii ed under nriest .Monday afternoon, tinging ehtirch. ' died that night us n result of his Little Robert McKee is threatened wound, which wns through his left SELF INFLICTED WOUND Matr Marries LawrcncehurO Girl. c The Slnto Sennte Tuesday passed a hill to amend section 'b of the -Kentucky statutes, (prohibiting "le sule of nnj beverages containing alcohol in locnl option tcrritorJ. Sen-atCobern introduced the bill. An amendment was offered bj' Senator Eaton exempting from the operation all beverages upon which the Fedcr-o- l government does not charge n lilung, lio was buried Wednesday with pneumonia. cense to sell. Mrs. W. L. McCarty is the guest By Miss Bessie Purtlom morning, liom the lionii! of Ids sis-ic- i, .Senator Hrown snid he is a conThe niarringe of Miss Mary Hello Celebrated Mrs. Ada (looeh. Alice llnyiibS, thu body lioing of With Delightful Party stitutional local oplionist, mid thnt Saf fell to Mr. Horace Hohon of Mr. William Mudmnu has bought Inken to Milledgevilliyind luid beside where liquor is voted out it should the J. & C, niilroml ami Howling Oieen was eelehratcil Snt- lliat of his mother. Ho said licfoio n farm oM Morehind, Ky. , March 7. remain unt. He snid that in IiU secunbiy evening ut the home of the . . f, i will move theio soon. . i lio died thai wished In he tinned betion of ,the State the decoction used inursuay iiigui reurimry " bride's mother, Mrs. W. It. Saf fell Mr.'lt. !'. Vest has moved-li- Ls Hefoic lio shot side his mother. 2U, u host of friends met und de-i- n is called "Missouri Pacific," in the the store- i mourning fin- - her father, who died dry goods to ni'iisi'lf Cnrr is said lo have given stock of V. Purchase "Squirrel shot," both of Ijiwrcnerburg. The wedding was lightfully entertuineil Mls Uessie C. Gillilnnd place. his Mter n large sum of money. Ho house on which he said caused more drunkat her home in this city, Howard !'. Johnson, the lit- quiet, us the biide's family arc jet 1'nrdon Little ilwnys carried n "roll" with him. night hor the leap enness than whiskj, and made wild nboiit n year ago, nml about sixty '" ''"S tle sou of Cyrus Johnson, is very alCnrr rotnincd consciousness men out of its victims. iclativcs nml most intimate friends jenr parties and olso Miss I'urdoii's ill ut this writing. end enme. He called most until the Senator Graham said thnt t lio .hiilhduv. Many presents wero pre-Th- c were present. Dr. W. P. Las well spent Sunday rheumatics in his county had became for Attorney K. S. Alcorn mid had at V.. (I. (iillilandV. sented to the littructive hostess, and Saffel home is very beautiful liini make his will, 'n which he left fully entcrtnin-hu- d tin boys weie numerous because thej' cnu get We think our hnehelor friend. Mr. mid spacious nn fp the wedding containing nlcohol. Some he Jill of Ins property to his hitter Alice elaborate decoration of us- - ed by the girls until the time arrived mi Moffett is going to change his mode said, were using it ns a preventive. Hnyues. He is snid to lme been i,;,,,, mii,. .,i.,1 kiiiiinv. I'niii.s. for the contest which was n leap year living as we saw him out driving -. The amendment carried, and the hill woilh two or tluee thousand dollars of ne of the ino-- t K"""1- - The girl making the best pi with a mighty prrlty girl the other s.ir It,' C. Iliiueiiim He asked that A. T. Xillinelley bo pmce jiurcii isi nnii passed, 'J." to 'I. "! ooy iniiMiig inn i"'H.'"""r"' '" , anil ine intimate i'liend-- of the fninily und I"'-day. made his executor to wind up his If this bill passes the House, it answer were to b,. mnincd and ery utter song and prayer survice at the Mrs. Snllie Cannon is very much Piesi.leiil of Hamilton College when will moan thnt no more "limit mead", much excitement was raised as the grave were laid to iet in the "tnt. improved after n severe sick spell. the btide was gruiliuitcd from that ccmeterv. .Much syiupntlij "hop-.- '' or any other such drinks can Those who talked with Our result of the proposals. Mr. Arthur Miss Lis Unhide spent Saturday institution, performed the ceremony be sold in dry territory und will Monday iuoi uinr, hefoie he was arMjer ami Miss Kva iolet Moser is felt for the bereaved ones. Sunday with Miss Maud Hrown. in the most eloquent .manner. sound the death knell of soft drink rested nay that they saw that he and the hnjijiy and lucky ones, Mr. The bride, who is very stately, little daugli Mr. Fred Floience and stands thnt sell them. was prepared to do something desas best man MARKSBURY. Georgetown have been visit- chnnning mid popular, wore an cle- - Walter Moser acting perate rather than ho taken to jail ter of gunt iroun of white hmadelolh und and Mis, Xell FJhs us biidesiunid. at this place. ing his patents A USEFUL CITIZEN Mr. (lay Davis perfoinicd the cer- efor his crime. Dr. Johu Cook, the Mrs, William Ithinks has been The people of this place think in- u white bin! of paradise iM her hair famous colored veterinarian, said bou- - moiiy unit the w milling innrclt was to her loom with gilp. stead of Ollie Hoiilm wanting to fastened with u iiearl inn. Her Was E. B. Caldwell, Who Died that when he snw and talked to Our played by Miss Mabel McClnre Ifl'V. W. II. Mitfirr. i.f l.nwmnrA. know if Mr. J. A. Singleton will take quet was of white lillies muf lillics Last Week. Waynesburg News. rally Monday morning that Curr in hoarders that it will he Russell of the valley Alter . the 'words" were snid nil ..,. ...jo .., H.o .....-.... . t UU.....W was armed with three pistols. Cook 'the bridegroom is from the Dohon marclicil out to tlie (lining room jor :;jlt of A. M., Ilt tl viuek Thompson. . which wipe nwnitiug told, him that ho could not go into AVajiiesburg. March 0. leetnre will be given under the The folic wing are the list of pu- family, prominent in Central Ken- - reficshments upon coming of the bride and bride- - nUk,i,.c? r w court with the weapons on, and Mr. E. H. Caldwell. Sr., died at every- - day tueky mid, as he is tall and uttuiv- - the Workin" So- pils that were present hi insistence, Carr went home uud groom. The refreshments consisted 1(.j,.tv y admission fee at the"dooi his home here March 1st of a commonth: Harold Chivolett. Cecil tive in apicarnncc. he nml his bride fiainl-om- e removed them. Several ieople saw Iat He was born cou- - of ics and wedding cuke, which j,,,). n voluntary contribution is cx- - plication of diseases. Hart. Denver John-so- made mi unusually Claud Carr go to the Greer blacksmith Childrn. December 1st, 1814, was married to plc. Hoth nre well known in Lcxing- - were nttinctivelj served. Then n 'peeled. Kverjbody invited, Orville I.aswe1t, Delinn Murphy, plaj-emid all bade shop once or twice that morning mid RoVmson wifu and Miss Sarah McKonzie in 1SG0, who jjr Muiphy, Snxou Murphy, ton and the bride has often been the few games wife Alimuu it is said that Carr told a numher Horhwrt Reynold, ltessie Singleton, guest here of Miss Chiiilotli- Hunt ucb other good night, ileiseil that 'ilanghter nie with U mother at preceded him to the grave some 24 years ago. To this union were born of hU friend-.- ' that he intended to Luev Skidmoio, Odie Wall. Viigiuiu and Miss Florence Paul. Afln the lhe. were enicnained s, delight- - jrarccnos. kill James Cheer if hr had the v..n v;.,.;.. rviij.it tt. itevmnis. ceremonj and congmtiJations 'he fully nml returned home remember- - . nck Wkiu sold a team of work seven children, five of whom sur.' chance. Mr. Greer had n hand in vive him: Messrs. A. K. Luther, rruinlio for 0rnp (.uilph Koy Frnll. wedding supper was served, the ing the delightful time that thej- had '1Mle, ( ,. " '""ilces, Corn Alford. Lcla Smith Grace tables decked with benutifiil flow- - with Miss Purdoni who only has the i Misses Lavton and Lell Coldiron. Erleu, and Olio Caldwell, of this !"," narr n ,, Ynt Wood are with Mrs. William place and Mrs. Will Jackson, of Pike . .. 10 .nnvc .ween Thompson, I mini Johnson, Kva 'cr8 nn' mce P'es ami the menu de- - opportunity to celebrate, her biith. All wisiieu iroa,Klus for n several weeks' stay. couutj, nil of who were nt his bedday every lour year--- . jur, nnn mrr i hnui Kilith Lnswcll. Murlie Smith, licious. Leucli . very bitter against him. ai ku Kngcnia Pol anl was bostess side when the death angel came. Mrs. ballell recciveil me gucsis nor ninny more luuipy uiruiuaj---! Clarence Carey, Itncll. Thompson, The deceased was C8 years old, he was taken "it.. ., Tho-- e in entertaining by Just bef.-rpresent were: Clarence at dinner last Thursday to the Ladies IlaroliKMundiy, "! ws assisted McKee. Mistody, he reinnrked to John Cook v . H'reo lovely Sisters of the bride. Tucker nml Mis Etta Myers, Working Society. Viands of vari- - was a member of the Double Springs fi.ioch Char-lo- r ivtill ,. that if he was held oyer on thejj.p rowll and Miss Lda s kinds allured the appetite mid J?aptit church about 30 j'ears, serv Waters, Eugene (Mis -.cs Allie, Lillian and Ouitii Saf- -- Julian Tarkingtoii cunrgc oi Killing ins ne. imu - "e ,nost pUnnnt day was spent by ed iw a deneou of the church 2. urinal coupii- - leu nun- .lone--- , (.lay Davis ami Miss nessie Thimble. i)rolv (iooch. Gnfce superintendent of the years, vva Avoithl be the end of him, for he cliil., Irving TarUington. and nil present. Mii""'ie Smith, Kdiin tMo wedding for n trip and will go to ruribnn. .foril, prances nml Kttn houekccping upon Mr. KohoiiV fniiii Miss Ethel Cone. Aithur Johnson not intend to go to jail. Sheriff Mc- Mr. John Dyers, aged 7!) recently Sunda.y school 22 years, a member i0OMa rnrty says that if he had known of gjneton jnenr Howling Green. They hud a nml Miss Eva Moser. Mr. Baldwin died at the Soldier's Home. Pevvee of the Masonic order and served ns had mndc he would the IhieatK Carr ispleilid collection of presents be- - ami Miss Lucy Minor. Madison San- - Valley. His remains were brought Master of that order '10 years. The funeral services were con never have taken him to his restau .li.l".. Mini MUs Mnltie Kishon. Er- - l.nnL- - for ininrmniir 1wt wiwk in lu stowed by friends far and near. PLEASANT POINT rant before locking him up. He took Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Itiffe. Mr. L. nest Ford and Mis Mabel McClnre. Rellevue cemetery. He has always ducted by Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brod- head ut his home Sundaj March 3, him there, however, because the neNews was received here last week'11' Powell, of Hiistonville. President (lifton Sumlidge mid Miss Mnigue- Hved in Garrard county until about a,m JIrs gro bud said that be wished verj i.ev- - rl0 K,ut. I'.en Pruitt anil .Miss .uin three years ago when he went to the after which the remains were laid llugermnn, oi r ibo dentil nt Wiivnesbiir' of. Mr. much I" give his sister some papers r It PuMuidl Tb.. u i iter knevvr him tngion, .Mr. nml .Mi. join ."sent oi KihN. Koger lliek, nml .Mis l.ulu Home to live. He was n member ot to rest in the fninily burying ground Vir..nilln.i. Mis Vi.vii Williillil-- . nf - I.... Ilil.. Mt'..fb .nut Mic Afvi'lt ll.n w, ,......,......-- , ,,..., ...... ..n lifwm by the Masonic imternitj. mid money he had and mnke nf 41.1c. .1nnn l.tvitw. .... l...lt t we II. lie was one oi ine ncs Known i '.Mrs. M. 1). MeKinzie, of Danville, nboul his business hr- 1.iti1.ii."nrroilsburg. were iimong the guests jr.r.,n, Oeoi-gHarnett anil .Miss leinstnteil a few mouths ago. ....--.- , ., . .. . ,,. . , ,, nml most nigiiij i" ill'...! .ore going ,o ja... am, ...e ..nicer Minnelle Pruitt. and .Messrs, Noah Jim Parks bought of Mr. Ray n was here to see her father W. D. ,, w$w lU lmlliy friends. ,,, HUSTONVILLE mere.v ncceoeu ,o .., rcques, as no Hihop. James Hall, Kiumiiis,' Me- - bunch of shonts paying for them Gooi'h who continue.: ill. ,mt ,,e ; wi m?n Mr.'I. C Singleton had 11 valuable won, I to almost any prisoner, littlo w N(I11, our vinM,lh.v to the be ('hire, Jivs Rout nml Thomas Rout. 1 2 cents. horse to die last week. Wo nre glad to hear that Adams thinking of the tragedy which was ' . Jim Turner sold some So pound Mr. Liieicn Myers i on the sick v. . , .. .v..., Mr. mid Mrs. Hill Moser and Mr. put u I shouts to Cluie Arnold for 4 list. "J Mr, Albert Long has moved fro... t""1 ami .Mrs. John Moer of Morelaud "- Cincinnati, is the .Tames Myers, son of J. J. M.vers, ' Mrs. Wihnns, of l'l'.ll' "r K ing'!. Mountain to this place inl accidentally crushed his finger in n attended the burial of their uncle Vify much, and will help keep gii"s( of Mi's. Join1' IS OUR CONGRESSMAN the icsidence vneated l.v Mr. L. .Mat ltej'uohl at this place I'ridaj. cool ni well as r nn, i,x. ,i()im Moser attend- - 'cutting bo v. His finger wns taken .Mr. Long will tench our'"s Poor mortals MAKING GOOD? READ THIS Padgett. .Air. Mason Caldwell came iiumu .. Joint by advice of Ins v.. ..r.. ,.... their uncles Messrs burial ...11111111i r., iii.i "i .,.. ..1.1.1 inlbioke. A. J. Adams and sou, Me- - ed thejjevnolds ofand Eddie Caldwell off nt middle Drs. Huinett nml El from Spriu'.'field, Tetiu., to attend Il's'' physicians. jj,,, have him as he is an cxperieiieed til- -' burial of his uncle E. H. Cald(Louisville Times.) ICiiiiiey. have returned from the city nt Wavneshnrg liott performed the operation. He teacher. - and efficient e nfguAs a plain common-senswhere they spent seve.nl days last ji,.t James Hanson has a severe i getting nlong fairly well nt this well Sunda.y. G. W. Ellison has sold his farm II, M. Reynolds. 0f Camden, Ark., .1. w 11 rill me r..ii : liilliin r.ll.iri liuiu" 0 Git-e- Gr.tfiu for .'rsllU. tburlps week. f fever but he was restin .lime. 111 llnrvey HeliuV speech favor of Miss Cleora Coldiron nml Shelby Mllno tor- at this writing. Jim Hower was badly wounded nt arrived Sniiduj but was too lute to home from Privet t has relumed bo present at the burial of hi faththu abandonment of useless urinv' Hloomiugton, Indiana. E. Hubble of Moreluml. drove over farmers are beginning to sow the bauds of Shop Cigar a few Reynolds on account of to impiove on: given by the er Mat piwts is haul afternoon Master Willie Wall was visiting j heie Sunday 11. .1 V and . wcra .1..,:,. tobacco beds in tlii'eominuui- - nights ago nt n supper , .. . .1 I I .. wrecks. I. "Did nn.v of you gentlemen ever . . lMVlsiown, 11 ue,-ill ine vveaiueriinu noiei oy jv iiriter, ill ut the home of his uncle Mr It. ,, I'linrneu Mi Saliie Gooeh has gone to the see u game of football! J'o you Iloguc. jltev. C. It. Hlaiii. i;, Eddie T. Caipentcr wns the gin settlement. Cigar was eMimin- - i'I.j to bnj her spring mid summer , know the value of team vvoikf Sup-Misses Mary 1). Kennedy und grandfather. Mr. G. S. ing n new pUtol belonging to Honor millinery. f f,r Mr. G. W. Padgett is sick nt thi ..... 1. ...1 .. iim'iip.iii ......1.1 .. Decohcr Newborn wciv week end vis- - 'pcnv and had ncoiding to Cigar's tnlo- innr itii iiimi r ...H...11 ..i........ 1.1. .. writing, Miss Elie Singleton is visiting in being trained vvas iilaver of which ,.., itor- - of Mrs. J. A. Plain. t ' iw. liuike has boon visiting her meat, taken all the loads from the Danville. n caller hero . . . i he MeO.iffey vva .. ., i 01 The ultraelive Mis Ethel Ellis, daughter. Mr. Helm near Mt. Salon, weapon when ho began snapping the uiiiiveiii fcpuriiiHj 111 Suniliij'. the coui.try. Uo you think these men hero for 11 few disehnrged entering which pii-tA bridge betwvn the .Methodi-- l Miss Ethel llogiie i the guest of of Moielauil wit BUCK CREEK would stand 11 show against nn elev'hour Saturday. Hunch mid thu main pait or town Honor's lung. Cigar is under bond Miss Florence Wall. en that had worked together for was is in veiy bud condition nml i nl nwailing trial. Wallace Steele, of Ca-eriiimlit siti1otiiii will L'lt to Art Misses Sidnie and Mainly Hos-kiOf weeks oil the same gridiron? MvmU he.e Sutuidny. MUs Kiln Dunn, came over from most dangerous til cross. roua in 11 few davs for the lienofit ' gave a social to mmhu of their It would br "' """' w"" "' ')',nvl"t' fhui's- it would Hot. course ' ''m Minnie Mnrciim i visiting Danville, one day last week to visit Mis of his health. inlimate friends last Saturday evlienten iiumeicifuly, just .is our f'w lll,M-li- e Wil- - 'l".v fMr. Ida Robinson. in Pulaski. Mes.luincs Addle Padgetl and ' wore: Misses ! iiriuy is Hcly lo be vvhe, it goes up Wentherfoid spent Mr. Clin. Dean has been quite ening. Those Mr. Iru Moser bought Mr. Lafe Singleton weie visiting relatives' l'l. Lena Gooeh, Kte1l Kubanks, Mr. we ,. ngniiisl n tinined nnny, it.lcsi 'as ThuiMlny 111 Danville. Morgan his little home und store sick. . ... ........ Inn, nod nileiidod the . Gooi-h- . Rim-oi- u r Roberts, h Mr. Davis of Jessamine county, Wullme ,.tl u.e ouipaii.es ifoueii nerry was 111 miiiiiioiu for nice little sum. lie will take llf Ml.., ,, ,...1,1.11 , Jesse MeCurry Ml isa H.ioeiis, nrmy cl to mnueuveiiug ns mi ha litoVeil to .Mrs. Iili'Me .Melunlll IlBWn, Saturday son as postl of Whnf ms possessiiui lis Ottis Eubunks. They nil had 11 good l , mon sense oillie pnit . t on- It. (!. Gover, of Stunfoul, vvas farm. IC,.n,ni.UllII? I so. 111 denliug with the iuni.v is gi ss The Ladies' Winking Society will time. here for n shuit time Suturda.v. Do you know Hint of till the minor met with amy va- -i n quality that Kenluel.Miis Mrs. Alviu K1lis, of Ellihurg, wns Mi. J. H. Kemper next Harold Kidd bought a hound this DOG WALK. iiilmeuts colds are by far the most Thursday. side of Somerset. It became be panloncd n bit of chest expnn hero shopping Saturday aftoiuooii . It is with its new home and is suffering fion over the fnct Unit within the l)r.nifl.n. Fowler, of Stnnford d'ingerous?need to not the cold itself Mr. Noah Mat-seTlie lit Hi. daiKjhter of Mr. Jilll ' fear, but the seri Mr. Kidd put fovth 1111 week Svvnger Sherley and - that vou bad attack of toiisilitis. His pr'i'iit ifioin a ,wns the guest ot tnonils Here tmirs- ous Cash died the illintl of piieiimonin. disease that it often leads to. daughter has boon suffering from oarnet effort to secure his dog but have both proved Helm llnrvey day, Mr. 11. S. Povnter is at homo for Most of those are known ns germ .the same is much improved. it vvus ufl in vain, lie now offers ll,,s themselves possessed of it in full n few weeks in" Vlrelnln. A,i S!,,,iu "?- .. 1, diseases. Pneumonia nml constipa u liberal toward for it rescue. 1.. nml useful measure. ,;" "K " v'"'- - " wife died at her f'l l"" Mr. Eph HrovvnV vv n.v 1101 tlieiu. tion nie among Mr. Jesse JloCnrrj. who lin of Stnnford. Her Haughmaii homo near Hondv lust week. J"lu W. Hill has been appointed ChainberluinV Cough Remedy moved to this county wns Weatheifoid Hoyd is visiting tuke The host menl in town for a quar- veninin.N were laid o vest in the Garrard euro vour cold while vou cnn? For postmaster nt MoCrenry. asked the other daj how he liked . .. .. it. I'sienu1 fli.ti.lj- in Pnii.iiinilli , tlii. week. Govor's restaurant. ter. no 'enunt.v, vice Holier! U lingim." re- - this county. He said rrnvuienee ooiueicry. ,"-Mis. E. H.. Powell is .11. Louisville, f"l' 1,.. a ' Penny ' lirt rate: that fnn.pall.y to the lov- signed. our honit-fo- lt he hud seen more pietty girls since 'shopping this week. John W. Siokolsinith. Gionosboro, cd ones left to mourn her loss. he en me here, than ever before in Miss Ollie Cuvoo killed her father. Mrs. Jaitles Haughnian, or Jloro-WillMr. Loon Thomson'.- - little son, Pa., has three children, and like, most If you have trouble in getting rid his life. Innd wns heie hist Tuesday shop. Irving Cnyeo nml wounded a brothhas been ill with dihtherin. children they frequently tnko cold. business is on the boom to some er in n domestic quarrel 11011 Hop- - of your cold you niiij know that you Rev. Joh, F.lder is iiiovingftn tbo ping, "We have tried several kinds of nre not tionllng it properly. , There extent in this end of the county, ns Qn.l!.1... Slull.v ci,, t .,........, .f .......... City. I'tnvilli. ....... ,, . f cough medicine," ho snys, but have now home ho bought from Mr. lucks I kTllllli. Hotel in Lmiisvillo .is no renson vvny n com siiouu nang Mr. It. P. Mitncie has bought a pup The Wntter-o- n n short time Sunday. . ... .t... ..(..1 tt ...III urtf tP vnn from Mr. J. C. Hundley for 30 cents r was hero for ,.1, r.. never found nny yet thnt did them ..- -i "" " " "R' "" ." Coinbost, of Liberty. Ims will open April 1.1. Misn Gov. MoCrenry signed the bill ns iiiuelf good ns Chamberlain's sis- Champ ('link will address llic laiie i.iiaiiioeriaiu s v.onu jiiiui... und some other less important biisU sale by G. L. creating n Stnt'e Department ot .been the attractive guest of hor Cough Remedy." For ness has been transacted. Kentucky Legislature 011 Saturdny. 'For sale by 0. L. Penny. J tor -Mrs. Stanley Stevenson. Hanking. Penny. The Lexington Lender tells of the wedding of Horace llohou, of IIus- nml Miss .Mary Hollo Saf- fell, ut Liiwrenoebiiig, hist week, which was one of the society events of that seulion. Mr. Huhon's wed- is of much interest to his host noon. rff friends in Uiis county who will wish him'tiiid hi" bride every happiLEAP YEAR BIRTHDAY .: ness. This Lender said of the wed-dinMon-touvill- e. I Carlisle Myers has returned from visit, to fi lends at Lexington Mrs. Frank Mansfield, of Lexing-Populton, nrriel Monday for u short vis- it to Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Adams and sons, Charles and Hcecher left day for Louisville where Charles will removed, have his ton-l- ls j Miss Ada Alcorn entili""""'! numher of friends Saturday nftcr-din- g n MAT REYNOLDS KNOCKS OUT "SOFT DRINKS" IBURLEY short ar Passes Away Near McKinney After Senate Passes. Bill to Prohibit Their Long and Useful Life. Sale In Dry Territory Wnynrhurg, March 0. Mr. Matt Reynolds, of the McKin-n- y section died at his home, Feb. 23, .of pneumonia and pleurisy. He was horn November 29, 181!) anil hud enteied the matrimonial stnge twice; his first wife being Miss Charity Caldwell of this place, who pu-e- d into the great beyond several years before. To this union were liom three chihlre,, nil of whom survive, viz: W. J. Reynold- -, of this place, II. M. Reynold- -, of Camden, Ark. nml Marion Reynolds, of Pine Mluff Ark.,I(esiih4 thee he leaves u second wife who was Mrs. Wilcher, one biother, James Reynolds of Tennessee and one sis, ter. Mrs. n-oof Gilbert's Cieek, His brother and two of his soiw, V. J. and .Marion Reynolds, were with him during his illness and were leaily mid willing to minister to nil his want- -. The deceased was (ill venrs of nge nml it member of Pleasant Point j liupti-- t church. The remains were Icu-phei- iii ERECT BIG FACTORY Ten-Ye- ar Pool Plan an Unqualified Success With 165,289 Acres Of Weed Signed Up. or 't bev-erng- es Wnj'-ncslm- rg w-'r- eon-fin- I lac u. - Lexington, Ky., March C Official reports received from twenty-nin- e counties out of forty-di- x in tlio Uiiiley belt give 11 total of 103,2911 acres pledged to the new pool of the Hurley Tobacco Society. It is believed that the returns from the other counties will bring this total up to 175,000 or 200",000 acres. The district Hoaid of thu societj held a meeting here yesterdaj- - to receive the icporls from the counties of the pool, which closed lust Friday und much enthusiasm was shown over the showing made, which was much larger tlmii hud been anticipated, it having been expected thut lj not inoro than 100,000 'acres would be pleifged. The lesult was declared to mean the unqualified success of the pool. Piesilleut LcUus declared he would recommend that from 100 to 200 acres of land be purchased nml thnt sidetrueks und switches be supplied to nceommo- date the factorj and loose leaf ware house to locate ueur Lexington. The ncreage pledge is expected to give the society from tweutj to thir ty million pound of 'tobacco to be manufactured euelV jear from the total of nboiit JOO, J00.000 pounds which is the luriual crop produced .uitiunlly in the JJtiricjr belt. The so ciety bus available, it is said nearly !?ltl(J,UU in ctili Hid can begu business without ilehij. lounties reported The twcnty-uiii- u the acreage pledge as follows: An derson, a,S):iC; Hrackcn, 9,000; Hour- bou, S,000; Hath, 830; Carroll, 200; Casey, 1.021 ; Franklin, 10,000; Fayette, 18,010, Fleming 7.fil."; Grant l.f.OO. Gnlliitiii, 1,034; Green, 200; Garrard 42"; Hiirrisou, 13,420; Hen rj, 4,3(iti, llardhi 7,003; Jcssamiue,i ten-year pro-bab- , ' e "j .. -- c','102; Lewis, Mason 11,317 Meroer, 0,402; Montgomery, 0,300; Meade, G32; Met calf, 2:10: Owen, f,- 100; Scott, 9,000; Shelby, 1,200; 8.7o2; Trimble, fi,323; Woodf-Jrd- , Washington, 740. Total 103,289. ARABIA '' I ( .... ' ...i.t " -- --- .... e if ufc llllH-Illllll- ,.,,,.,.. ... 1-- '. 7"' 2c (..-.- - i- - 11 - , t-u- I .1 ...... 1 . 41 ,( 11 sri-iii'i- Mrs. Sarah Hubble, of Jumbo, spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs Vv'. M. Denham. Relatives and friends of this, were gieatly shocked over the death of Mr. Mutt Reynolds, vvho, died Wednesday night, Feb. 28 at his home near heie. His remains were taken to Wajnesburg cemetery where a large crowd of friends and relatives were to pay thrir last tribute of respect to a good father and husband. He is survived by a wife mid three sons, who are Mr.' W. J. Reynolds, of Wnynesbui-g- , and Marshall and Mnrion Reynold?, of Arkansas. .Mis. W. J. Montgomery and daugli ter and Mrs. ('. M. Toombs and little son, visited Mrs. M. E. Terrill und Mrs. Koontz, of Wuynesburg, und attended the burial of Matt Reynolds Friday. Miss Peail Trimble was the guest of liar cousin Miss Gertie Trimble, of King's Mountain hist week. The little sou of Mr. and Mrs. Ohio lted, bus been very ill. Mr. und Mr. Odu Carter have moved to Middleburg. Mrs. J. S, Mussey, and little soil, after a few days stay with her parent- heie, hnve leliiriied. to their com-muni- tj, home in Mis-c- .s Gan-.ir- d. v, !'"' ,.,,.. - ,,. i,'' ,,.., 11 Ida and llattie Denh.im, hiht week with their grund-m- a .Mrs. Hubble. Mr. W. T. Jones is 011 the sick list W. J. Montgomery has a sevcie coin. j brother Haggard will pieaeh at M.,i(ml ,i()Ui Sl(m.tlliv ,,.,,, lllu. ..pent II iic , 11 I -- '1" ... . . The Sunday school at this place will be organized the second Suiuluj iu March. Mrs. I). C. McKee still continues ill with lhemuatisiii. Judge E. C. O'ltenr bus been chosen to head the Roosevelt movement have Ilonilquurters in Kentuekv-- . been opened nt Finukfoit. A half dozen residents of London, Kj who were bitten by 11 mud dog, nre nt Howling Green for Pustuer treatment. Roosevelt men nre snid to linvo made u piopoitiou to split the vote in Texas with Tuft. Roosevelt mop th'eateu to hold up eveij appointment in the Semite used by T11 ft to secure support thu coming campaign. J 1 1 I , -- ie ..... ...... I -- 1 waarmsss VfV- .w "' ai - - -- WW The Catakllshtd 1S72 wr. . "' J W f i., M1M . THE ITANPOM INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORI, KY, Inierior Journal. 8AUFLEY..Publlihif IN ADVANCE How to be Certain of Is. i I3 'r??i I an HELTON M. Curing Constipation h, t- M E , rfl W M. u ..: r Prejudice In a hard thlnir to overcome, Letters recently deceived from M. Ti but where health la at stnke and tho Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and opinion of thousands of reliable pcoplo m W. CheMnut Ht Ada lulsvllle, differs from oura, prejudice then Bntertd at the reetottlce at your menace and you oueht to Ky., are but n few of thouaanda a second class mall. lay It aside. Thin Is aald In the Inter-ea- t showing the eMeem In which Dr. Caldof people sufTerlnfr from chronic well's Syrup Pepsin Is held. It Is mild, constipation, and It la worthy of their gentle, not violent, like attention. salts or cathartics. It cures aradually POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. In the opinion of lesions of reliable and pleasantly so that In time nature American people the moat stubborn constipation Imaginable can be cured asaln doea Us own work without out by a brief uso of Dr, Caldwell's Byrup side aid. Constipated people owe It to For Comonwealth's Attorney. ou may not hae heard of It themselves to uso this grand bowel Penaln. Emmett Puryear, of Boyle, nn- - before, but do not doubtIt Its merits on speclde. that account, or because has not been Anyone wishing to a of this nounccs his candidacy for common- blatantly advertised. It hna sold very remedv before buyingmakeIn trial regular It the successfully on word of mouth recom- way of a tlrurrtat at flftv rnta tr nnit wealth's Attorney of the Thirteenth mendation. Parents are Klvlnir It to dollar a large bottle (family site) can their children today have n sample bottle sent to the Circuit Court District, subject to the by their parents, and who were Riven It free of charge by simply addressinghorn It has bean truth Ir. fully raid that more druitclats use It W. II. Caldwell. 405 Washington Kl.. action of the Democratic party. personally in their families than any jMontlcelln, III, Your name and address other laxative. on a postal card will do. For County Judqe. II A YEAR STRICTLY A GIFT. WEEK ONL r v We are Going to Give You an Opportunity to save money such as you never had in your life. i ?" I . K v ftu p W w I Northern Pacific Ry Tor Rate of Tare, roll Information and Tree Illustrated Literalnre about Ibe seven firet K Miaaessla, Witcoatia. Rorik Dakota, Montana, Mako, Waak- talton aad Onion, ft Local aloaf Tha Scoole HUaway Ik Standard Railway ol tka Morlkwtst. Gl your trltnda la and farm a colony, ft Aak akoat Law Oae way Sprial Coloalat Taroa, afltctiv daily Marck STSt. aTWjrX lat le April lSlk and Kocnd-trl- p Honeatahtra Taraa. effective sa firat and Ikird Tncadaya al cackaaoalk. ftWntaaawlo f aaaaaPJ. Xt.J.COSTCLW.DiilrUraimitrAttot, K I MB fH RH flaBr IfSH f aB-- ll Hill XbVX Ml HIT II II fill Lira! I I " J. C. IUTO.V, JVoxmi nmuwKrn . 4avLCT BJI l Hd Hr !( "WE USE" 4t j B 4 ? I IT !.S 1 7 Z T J 13 a 9 ft ft ft ft ft hi FALL reunrd Dr. party. dinot n the liet inedieino for kid- ney and bladder trouble I have ever For Magistrate DANIEL BOONE AXLE J. T. Roberts announces his con- - taken mid I will nlwny recommend in the Stan-j- it to all that are afflicted with Mad-for- d tlidncy for Mugis-tratdistrict, -- ubject to the action of .dcr or kidney trouble. For eleven Iraontbi I was aftlicted with kidney the Democratic party. And don,t Wm. Fields announces his enndi- - and bladder trouble in violent form. P dncv for Matnstrntp in the Stanford The svmntoms in mv ease were fear have to grease district, subject to the action of the fill. During nil this time I was being Democratic party. treated by the best and foremost mt once a aKtf J. D. Eads announces his candi- - doctors of the country, nil of them week. ijacTZi dnevfor Macistrate in the Stanford fniliiic to afford me the s chtest re- rL & v district, subject to the action of the lief and I continued to prow worse the time and while I had utmost Democratic party. Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLLOILCO. confidence in their treatment, it seemed that the time had eorac in my loan's dower right therein, TKKMS. Said property will be The people of Stanford owe the case when I must trv other rerae- L. N., railroad company a vote dies, conseqnentlv, 1 resorted to the so,1 on a cred,t of sil months, ana of thanks for the splendid new de- uc of Swamp-Roand before I had the P"rphnser will be required to WINTER TOURIST TICKETS bond for the purchaso price pot which hns just been completed taken three small bottles, every here. Of course, it can be said that pain and symptom had completely with approved personal security i i"e commissioner, Dear the railroad should have built n new disappeared. For nny form of kid- station here long ago, but neverthe- ney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Ro- ing six per cent interest from date less, the fact remains that it could i the medicine to ue. I have of sale, with hen retnined on said AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS have built one far less pretentions never known it to fail in n single land to secure the payment thereof, and having the same force nnd efthan the one it did, and we would case. ON SAL.B DAB.Y . fect n a judgment. This February VIA have had to be satisfied with it. As it c Very trulv vour. 28, 1912. is, we have the finest depot here of M. HUNTER, L. ALL DINING CARS any town our size in the state, and R. F." D. No. 1. Morton, Mi. GEO. D. FLORENCE Special Com'r. EQUIPMENT should be proud of it, and extend State of Mississippi, Scott county ss Attorneys, K. S. Alcorn, J. W. Alcorn SERVING our sincere appreciation where it is Personally appeared before me ELECTRICALLY ALL MEALS COMMISSIONER'S SALE. justly due. Tho L. & X., is now just the undersitnied member of Hoard of LIGHTED A LA CARTE about the greatest railroad system Supervisors in and for said county i Lircoln Circuit Court. in the south, and is getting bigger and State, the within named L. M. M. C. Delk. ndmr and etc.. Ploin- GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. and better all the time. Hunter, who after being swoni states t.Vfi .,.i . n. . i:nnnn """ l"" "L FOft FULL PARTICULARS, CALL ON ANY TICKET ACENT. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, that the foregoing testimonial i V , T v""b" I on warn .c, v .. That the wages of sin is death composed of his own words, written H. C KINO, Pautnf.tr and Ticket Aicot, 101 & Mala SL, LEXINGTON, KY. was never mnro completely illus- with his own hand and the same is I Pursuant to a judgment of sale absolutely tnip nud genuine.' trated than in Stanford early this heretofore rendered in the afiove J. G. UISIIER. M. D. S. week. Tho suicide of Anderson Carr .styled cau'e, the undersigned will on 1 was a fitting ending to his career of I maicu it., lai Letter to lawlessness and violence, which cul nt about 2 o'clock P. M. in front of Dr. Kilmer & Co., minated in the murder of his wife (he court house door in Stnnford, Blnghampton, N. Y. Sunday afternoon. While everyone Ky., offer for sale nt public outcry is shocked at the double tragedy C mouths, to the Will Do on a credit of and there is little justification for Prove What Swamp-Rohighest and best bidder tho real es For You. it will be hard for KY. tate hereinafter described, anyone to feel otherwie than thot Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ding- - A tract of land on tho waters the man conferred a favor on tho hamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. 1882. Green river in Lincoln county, Ky., community by ending it all as he did. It will convince anyone. You will hounded on tho north by the lands in also recei a booklet of vu'uublo of Enoch Harnett: on tho East by information, tcllini: all about the tho lands The Taft Koosewlt fight is the of Worth MoWhorter; on best thing that can happen for the kidneys nnd bladder. When writing, the south by Green river, and on the to bj sure and, mention the Stnnford west by the lands $2oo,ooo.oo Democrats. Tho Republican party of Dr. Wesley, Regular 50 cent containing 2" 1 acres, more in is already split so badly that most Interior Journal. or anyone tiie Democrats name win in nnd one dollar size bottles for sale less. at nil dmg stores. It it a successful Bank, and is at the service f TERMS. Said property will be November. sold on it credit of six months, and the smallest depositor. trie purchaser will be required to PUBLIC SALE! GREEN BRIER NEWS execute bond for the purchase price ith approved personnl security, I will sell publicly at my place at payable to the Miss Jula Cliff, of Cincinnati has undersigned, bearing been visiting relatives here but has MeKinney on six per sent interest from dato of Saturday March 9, 1912 returned to her home. sale, with lien retained on the land Miss Nora and Virgina Florence beginning at 10 o'clock P. M., tho to secure the payment thereof, and Household r.nu Kitchen lur-- having tho same forco and effect as are visiting their parents Mr. nnd inline: Horence, a judgment. This February 28, 1912, 3 Ded steads and mattresses, nn Miss Corcm Roience bae been 0. D. FLOREDNCE, M. C. L. C. C. ffiithcibed, 1 dresser, two oil stows, . very ill with pneuraonM. T. J. Hill, Jr., Attorney 18-& Mr. Elmer Dale, of Paris, has one range, two kitchen tables, ono come to Wnynesburg" to make it his sewing machine, one dining tabic, FIRE two fcmall tables, one wash homo for the present. 12 chairs-- , two lockers, one patent SURETY BONDS ft Mr. Sam Tqwnson, of West Vir churn, two dozen picture frames, has been visiting E.M.NEWLAND ft ginia,and Mrs. Townson. his parent., one drugget, one lineolenm. ono hath Mr. STANFORD, KY. ft Mr. George Florence is not anv tub, let cooking vessels, two dozen ft better. I Swamp-Democratic T. A. Rice announces his candi-dac- y 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 county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Jailer. Peyton ParrlSh announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Democratic party.. George DeBorde announces hU candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic portv. Dink Farmer is a candidate for Sailer of Lincoln couuty subject to the action of the Democratic party. William H. Hester announces his candidacy for Jader of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the I Mrs. M. A. Smith, nged S4, vcas surprised by a lmt of her friends who brought her lots of presents. Among tho'-- present were: Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Morton, her daughter from Eubnnks, Mrs. and Kinj; nud little son, Mrs. S. D. Jeffreys her daughter and Mrs. Jeffrey daughter, Grace and quite a few more to whom n nice dinner was served. All had n good time. Mr. Claud Mnvtin has returned to hi home in Martinville, Jnd. Mis Lntio Sims has been visit-in- s: in Cincinnati. son-in-la- w fruit jiir. Mie eonl stove, one n!;nin fliiclt. onu lawn swing, one cor. At the came time I will offer fur Tent my dwelling and storeroom, it nice little busine-- -, in the center of town. 1 also have a small stock of goods I will sell at a discount. Terms mnde known on dav of sale D. S. Ritfe, MeKinney, Ky. COMMISSIONER'S SALE for this week only We are going to give you every piece our WINTER UNDERWEAR at juat half its former price : $3.00 garments at $1.50; $1.50 garments at 75c $1.00 garments for 50c, and the 50c garments for a Quarter. of G-L-O-V-- Lincoln Circuit Court. Amanda J. Dean, Admr.v. Plaintiff, vs W. S. Dean and etc. Defendant". Notice of Sale. PROMINENT PHYSICIANS FAIL Pursuant to a judgment of sale IN KIDNEY TROUBLE- -A WOrendered in the above styled inuc at the Febninry term, 1912, the MAN'S GOOD ADVICE. Kilmer'-- . E-S fal BREtf a( yiiJrfk JHKglalajLY issIL ISf i - will on March' 22, 1912 nt 2 o'clock P. M. in front of the court house door in Stanford. Ky., offer for sale at public outcrv on a credit of ix months to the highest- and bet bidder the property hereinafter described, A tract of land situated in Lincoln countv, Kv. on the waters of Cedar Creek, bound etl on h Xoilh by the land' of W M Niggim, deceased, now Geo. Boone, on the east by Cary Tirrnbull """ u JlBtn. " "e otitn Dy ru,,, now owned by Wm. Dye-a- ll i house containing 132 acres of land, &) to the widow, Amanda, J. to-w- it: -- FOR THIS WEEK ONLY ... Every Lined and Woolen Glove at half price $2.00 Gloves at $1.00; $1.00 Gloves at 50c; 50c Gloves at 25c, and the 25c Gloves at 13c. Now Bring the Even Change Along With You, FOR THESE ARE CASH PRICES. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford. Kentucky ot FLORIDA "cite l'.''e ot HYDRATEL - LIME J ADVANTAGES OYER LUMP LIME: tv., """ ! ' - FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD. ot n, No Waste, No danger of Fire, No Caking, No air Slacking, No Swelling, No waiting for your mortar to season TRY IT. It is Economical, to-w- Organized, October, Dividends since organization, Paid $223,500. Returned stockholders, cash, being reduction of capital stock r r W. H. HIGGINS, ggsfc ttQft&Otta ..- 333 - D Every Help For Your Health. you wnnt drugs, v chemicals, or sundries; whenever j on desire to purchase, any hygienic or sanitary article of merit; when you wnnt quality nnd service, benr in mind that you enn get just what you wnnt nt our store. This is satisfaction nnd service worth considering. No bother or trouble Como here, nsk for what you want, nnd get it. You get tho right thing right nwny, nnd nt tho right price. That is tho secret of our success and popularity. Consider this a VMIENEVKU ant WINTER GOODS i'"? 3. m m m ft ft ft ft Clothing. Shoes, Hats, Caps. Ladies' and Gents' Family Goods now at Cost To Make Room. and INSURANCE ft FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the beet on the market can suit anyone as to price wno bad bis clotbea mad,, Vt order. A suit to ready made clotbea. To bave them made to measure doesnt coat any more than ready made wben quality made to your meaauie is preferable and (It la considered. Come In sad let me take your measure. H. C. RUPLEY, THE Practical Tailor ft SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Rftftftftftftftftftftftftft Z Eczema, I'sorlasln. and othtr akin We have had experience with many troubles are cuimed by myriads of remedies for skin trouble but hao Unless never seen such remarkable cures as t.'trms at work In tliu nkliu InHuso Kerms uro iiromjitly destroyed thoso from 1. V. I), prescription. they rapidly multiply, enuwlnt; their stant very first applinay ueup into the Konsltlvo tlsauo. cation. relief from the This Is what causes that awful Itch, We are so confident that D. D. D. and what seemed a mere rash will reach your ciso that it will cost may row worts and develop Into n you nothing If the very first full size loathsome and torturing bkln disease bottle falls to make Kood every claim. with Its yearn of misery. If you have skin trouble of any Don't tuke uny chances) Destroy the kind, we certainly udvlse you to drop (unns at the beKlnnlnt; of the trouble In and Investigate the merits of I). I. with thut soothlni; and cleanalnK wash, D. anyway. Wo know that V. V. IX the r. U. J). 1'ret.criptlon for Uczema. a uouiu win prove tins to you. will help you. SHUGARS & TANNER. DRUGGISTS, STANFORD, KY. Germs Spread in Skin Pennj'a Stanford, l)9 Store JContucJcy The Rexall Store Telephone No. D D rawwwR :wi 4F"fflMBiSPs7WTTffifi3SBSllMffi:':Sr' 't' Wl I, "" ,r'1vT- - r- -- f ilHi mppr i 11 .1 THE 8TANF0HP IHTEWIOB JtUBNAL, STAMFORD, KV. HAPPY OLD AGE My A HEALTHY. Attorney J. N. Saunders was in London on legnl business Tuesday. County Assessor, John C. Pcpplcs COMMISSIONERS SALE o Ten Years nom Young Mart be promoted by those who attended court nt Kichmond lust Monday. gently cleante the tyilem, now and Miss Mnttio Kirhy returned Wedthen, when in need of a laxative nesday from n two weeks' visit to remedy, by taking a desettspoonful Louiswllo of the ever refreshing, wholesome Mrs. It. W. Kccnon, of Hnrrods-buriri tho picst of her sister, Mrs. and tiulv( beneficial Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, which is the T. W. J'cnniiiRton. Mm. J. S. Itico returned this week only family laxative generally apfrom Cnvo City, where sho has been proved by the most eminent phy- visiting her mother, Mrs. Gnrnctt. sicians, because it acts in a natural, Miss llnllio llrown and Mrs. Ilnyden strengthening way and warms and Lea veil were ieio from Lancaster tones up the internal organs without on Tuesdny for n short visit. Mins Urnco Goode of Hustonvillc, weakening them. It is equally bencfi-fidfor the very young and the mid- linn returned liotue, nftcr n visit to dle aged, as it is always efficient and friends mid relntives. Dnuvillu Adg, al ItoVAL. BAKING rOWDE Absolutely Pttre To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your baking powder if made from cream of tartar and not from alum. Thm Lmkmt free from all harmful ingredients. To get its beneficial effects it is always necessary to buy the genuine, bearing the name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of every package. SOCIAL vocate. .Mimes Loitiso nnd Mnrgnret Lynn were the nttrnctho guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mount in Lancaster Inst week. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Owsley Itcid In obedience to n judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered nt tho 1'eliiuiny lenn 1012, in tho notion of Knthcrine M. Warren etc against Mnry Wnnen etc., tho undersigned Commissioner will, at nbout 1 o' clock P. M. on Monday March II, (County Court Day) in front of the highest nnd best bidder, the tract of Guilt Iluuto door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale nt public outcry to tho ,110 ncrcs of land on the waters of Di.x river in Lincoln county Ky., Hounded jiii the north by tho Innd of Henry ('. Anderson; on the east by the land of David Anderson; on the south by the lnnd of W. P. Crimea; nnd W. P. White; on the west by land of Henn Lawrence. A pnsswny will bo resrted over this land for the benefit of Henry Anderson and Mrs. Lawnnce to pnss to f to-da- y M!. 1 -7- -rka 'NOV ?ou will be fosperous " Vl vV r irn.JJ.Jyl I and PERSONAL Mis-o- s niirnlxitli Hindis nnd Sni- Xewlnnd. de, llurilvttt! witu in Danvillo Inst Mrs, George P. Mmiry nnd little w oek. , of Ikt nru Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Hnys left early ii.il. filter, Eleanor, Mr-- . guct Menu- J. .. patents Mr.' mid in th,. ek to pml tlio rest of fee. the winter nt Orlnmlo, Fin. Mr. George I'. Wenren showed Col. Jnshun D. Swojic, tlio populnr eoiihiihiuMo improvement the Intter Circuit Cerk, continues to improve, part of this veek nnd his mnny nml hope to bi out npnin soon. friend eic j;iuil!y ple.iird to hour Mre. It. Hire, of I,iivillo of t. with spoilt 'etwnl dnjs this wick Mr. Ilcnty It. Cniunitz, of Huston. Mr. Su-n- n Yvnprr. die, luriud Tuesday afternoon to Mrs. J. 1. Johnston, of l'ittslmrp, foremnu of the Pn., is hero for a short vinit to her tnko tho position of he is well qualifather, Mr. George 1'. It right nnil Journal, n position fied to till. Mr. Cnmnitz is the fathfninily. er of Howard Cnmnitz, Pittsburg's .Mr. S. .1. Kmhry, Sr., hn? heen Somerset Time?. forced to take to his bed np.iin, the ernek ball pitcher. Will II. Shnnkt ltepresentnfive of the winter snpjmig his in strength to n eonsiileroh'c extent. eame home t'rtim Frnnktort early the week, suffering with n severe Mrs. W. P. Kineiiiil is in the hospital nt Leteinon, where she under-we- nttaek of tho clip. He is confined to his home on Lo?an nvenuc. S a slight operation. Sho is Willinm Severnnee is in the city ry nicely anil will return home this week buying more spring goods. , in a week or CnmmAnwen.it liV Attorney George Mr. H. K. Wenren. for yenrs a D. Florence was tnlcn very ill while resident of Stanford, hut now of to Cairo, 111., mine Tuesday to mnkc n nt LnnrnshT TiiCMlny attending his duties m court, nnd was brought Miort visit to his brother. Mr. Geo. I). "Wefcren, who Mill continues quite home that afternoon nnd put to bed. deiU. The former ha not been in It w.is iiit faed thnt he wns velop! i; n ievcie iae of pneumonia Stanford for about five yenrs, nnd wat much impieed with the many but Pr. ("nrptii'tr dw not now to ncre than u improvement in the old town. His think it will i t many frfc'nrU pave him n warm touch of nn'niin! fever. Or. W. F. Hiekle came baek home greeting on both hides. from Texas where he has been for almost n year, to attend tM disHOW WEAK WOMEN persal sale last Saturday when n Strong at Small bunch of stoek belonging to himelf May Be Made nnd Frnnk Spoonninore a sold unExpense and No Risk . Pr. Hiekle There aro hundreds of women In der the liaiiiniei'. up a splendid practice in his this vicinity, weak. thin, tired out nnd nervous. Such women new home nnd is grcntly plencd neol Vlnol Just ns much as did Mm. with his prospects there. Jane Pepper, of 2307 Howard street, Mr. John X. Mrncfec. one of San Francisco, Cal. who pays: nnd bel citiVlnol for some tlmo Stanford's tiiuiieliest "I have used KratlfylnK results. I zens, ennie down Saturday to atvrlth particularly Frn-rut- e, wrns run dflWn. weak nnd debilitated, tend the lmrinl of Mr. Samuel was Rono. After taka relative, lie paid tin-- , ofand my ni-tlting several bottles of Vlnol I found fice a very pleasant call. Just bemy condition Krently Improved, and fore leaving he remarked: "Todo not hcsltato to recommend Vlnol morrow is my birthday. How old to nnyono slmllnrly nffected." I be, do vou think!" We gne-- sVlnol Ih not n Fecret nostrum, but will nnd Iron tonlo ed 58, but to our surprifie wo were a delicious cod liver without oil, which will create an ap- infoimed that he would be CO. lie petite, tono up tho dlRestlvo orKnns. js n remarkably preserved man. May umlo purn Mood nnd crcato strength. he continue to carry the accumula Try n bottlo of Vlnol with tho un- tion of yenrs as gracefully as. he money v?lll bo derstanding thnr-yo- ur does now. Somerset Times. returned If It does not help you. nt ilo-'"- nie nt Martinsville, Intlinun, where Mr. Itcid is taking the bnths nt the sunitiirium. Miss 1fttio Webb, of Louisville, nnd Mis Ilovc Lmbry, of Lexington are tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. It. M. will gyltlm ymu and from the Prenchersville turnpike nnd county rond in times of high wntr. Tho object of the sale is for a division of the proceeds. TERMS: The snle will be made on a credit of sis month. Bond with aood security for the purchase price, payublo to the Commissioner, C per cent inteiest from day of snle until paid, secured by lien and having the force and effect of a judgment will be required of the pur. you start a WnQm Think of possessing your own business being independent of employers of enjoying all this world can give to the successful man. AlMhnt and more if you commence a TODAY. Open will be Yours i nrrnintf d Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Mo Alum No Umm Phomphmtmm m I'oMinnMer f'. (. Violence has Veil 'm 1 up tin- - week, lis n result of imiii.,ii:i; u i;m j ail upon me suei; A big line of new pott cards ju-- t 'pavement in front of his house early received nt G. L. Penny's!. iin the week. He w"as stnrting to the enrly one morning, when Money to loan on"eusy terms", low his feet suddenly went out from un L. 1). Pennington, der him, and he fell heavily, shaking rate interest. him up considerably. Agent. thncr. SHORT LOCALS. The share? of tho infant' will remain a lieu oil the lnnd until they become of ne'e unless the bond by section 493 of Code is executed in meantime. J. H. Paxton. Attorney for Plffs. td bank nccount one" hereXOW STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profits $4,098.94 Deposits $75,481.90. L, McCarty Pres. W. M. B. Salin, Cashier. (. hn-bn- ilt run-dow- Obitunry notices, poems etc., arc Mr. Jetae Lynn, who has cone away on the road, has left the vac- $1 for not over 200 words over that cinating of cattle In the hands of number of words 5 cents a line ad.Louis Lynn, his servant. If wanted, ditional. . call nt John G. Lynn's meat shop, Louis and I will come at once. Sunday services nt the) Baptist Lnn. church. Preaching nt 11 A. M., by the pastor. Morning subject "The For Sale. Pure White Orpington Separating Power of Sin" Sunday eggs at $2 for 15. Kellcrstrass strain school 9:30 A. M. Sunbeam Societv largest fowls, best layers. Mr?. M. nt 2:30 P.M. 23-D. Hughes, Lancaster Ky. Services nt the Presbyterian church Sunday March 10. 11 A. M. M. C. Xewlnnd, who has been tak ing n course in surveying at State Paul's Description of the Kingdom 7:30 Reveicnce in University in Lexington, has return of Heaven;. ed to his home in this county nnd is speech. prepared to do all practical surveyFOR SALE OR RENT. ing. Call or address him. Rural We offer for sale or rent the route No. 1 Stanford, of phone, Crab Woolen Mills nt Mclvinney, Orchard. Ky. This mill is fully equipped to manufacture yarn, jeans, blankets, Parties minting rooms and offices Linsey nnd other goods nnd is well call nt Stnte Pnnk & Tm-- t Co. See .located. Apply to K. L. Tanner 11-- tf their nice rooms. 12-t- f. ii Son, McKinney. Ky. E. D. PKXXIXGTOK M. C. L. C. C. At snrae time nnd place I will offer for snlo nbout C7 acres of land adjoining the above described tract. Terms announced on dnv of sale. MBS. MAY S. WAHREX. We receive Telephone us freh . fruit every' day. your order. Gover's restaurant. The store of W. B. Durham at Junction City, burned about nine o'clock last Saturday morning. It is supposed to havcv caught from a defective flue. Much of the stock was saved, Mr. Durham possibly losing $300, or $400. The builning wa- - the property of Coppage Bros. New Spring Goods The following is a partial list of NEW SPRING GOODS that we have just received : Ginghams 8. Dress Goods Trimmings Novelties v Laces Hosiery Curtain Goods Linens, &c. Percales Poplin ey More farmers read the Interior Journal thnn any other country paper in this part of the state. Remember this when you get ready to advertise your horse, jack or bull. pairs Steenbergen, sells, builds, reana adjusts scales at rock bottom prices. See him lor prices before you ouy. Address Stanford, It D. Flounces 23-S- J. We handle only goods of quality and guarantee prices Also big supply of Tobacco Canvas at Lowest Prices. ' P. D. No. 1. lOu-- t es, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. o One Cyphers' incuba tor, 210 egg biiv; good as new; will trade for poultry irr Mock. D. E. pr LOOK OUT! The Christian Endenvorers of the Cliri-tia- n church invite you to n St. Patrick's birthday party on Thurs20-Proctor. day etening, .March 1 1 in the rooms of the State Bank and Trust Co., Snow, sleet nnd slush have made An amusing program will be given, tho weather this week nbout the and delightful refreshments served, mos-- disagreeable this winter. by the Endenvorers, who will represent Irish Indies and gentlemen. We On ncount of the inclement weath- - nre expecting 200 guests, nnd a genthis week, tho Week of Prner by eral good time. tho ladies of tho Baptist church wn EUBANK postponed until neit week. J. C. Spall is at this writing very The Ladies Aid of the Christian low with dropsy, (ireen Wesley got his finger cut church, instead of meeting with Mr?. C. II. Tate, on nccount of the illness off last week nt Asnr's mills. Mr. King has gone on a trip to of lu-- father, will unci with Mis. W. "r" G. Wit hen on Friday Mnrch 0. 2t Geofgia. Mr. Bass Bird is on the sick list. Miss Murtie Mny wns the guest of W. S. Fish represents only the Xettie Sprndlin Saturday nnd best and strongest insurance com- Mt panies. Let him keep you protected. Sunday. Nim Merit called on his best girl Sunday. $100 Reward, $100. Air. Dennie Cullip was ttirown by Tb mdrn ot thu paprr will br plrur! to Inra l,nff there to at lcat one Cmulnt dim ate that artrurfl n .,,.,,,.,, IwiVwn that . tv lint trnc tint ,,,,.. vitifif. ..... ,.,w Hl haa able rure la all IU ftajne, t r For Sale. are the Two Great Creators of Energy Energy means power power to vork, to think, to throw off and keep off disease. Get all the sunshine you can, and lake Use Baughman's Flour and Meal NONE BETTER Flour --- f - -----that Order a sack from your grocer today, and we'll guarantee you will be pleased. We're making a great flour this season, the finest for biscuits and light bread you ever saw. Scott's Emulsion regularly. It will give you strength, flesh and For a Big EMBROIDERY Sale. Guess When Catarrh. Ilall'a Catarrh Cure to the only pueitlie cure now known to the mrdiral (rairrnltx. Catarrh dincaiie. rrgulm a roiutitu twins a roiuututiona! tlouil trratmrnt. ilall'a Catarrh Cure to takrn arttD2 dlrrrttr upon the blood and murou dtetro)lniE tli aurlarre ol the t)flrm, therrby hmnditlon ot the dkwane, and Etvlns the ttatttot trenxlh by bulldlns up the conMltutlon and aaabt-i- nt nature In doing u work. Tho proprietor! bale ta rnurh faith In tu curative powera that thry offrr One llurutrnt lioiiara for any ran that It talla to fure. tend fcr list o! tratlmonlali Addrew ! J. Clll:NtY CO Toledo. O. riokl by all Drucima. IU. run lor ronitlpatli' . tue llau hru to and that llllicll. vitality. Be tun to gtt SCOTTS it'i th Standard and alwayt itiiu'y ter a two weeks' stay at Stanford. Miss Stella Williams hns returned homo from her fnthcr nnd mother's nt Mnywood. Miss Xcttio Estes is staying nt Dr. Acton's learning dress making. Mr. Plato Cullip is back homo af- the belt. ALT. DKVGC-.1ST- J. H. Baughman & Go. STANFORD, KY. RESOURCES OF AM 9 and Where. MAN V.AND Huflalo, author SOIL. TUB ol the Common Dr. K. Pierre oi aji. No Sale Like This Before. Seme Medicul Adicr, ) "why doea not the farmer treat his own body as lie treats the land he cultitutcs. He puts back in phot- tihalc what he takes out in crop, or tho land would grow poor. 1 he farmer sliuuld put back into Ids body the vital elements txhautted by labor, or by ilMicalllt induced by some clirunio " the i!reat value of mv Doctor .li.cike." I'urtlicr. he It dives strength Pierce's Golden Medical I)icoery is in its italizin power. It is like the phosphate which supply tu the stomach and purity to the blood. uction ol Ihe nature with the subatances that buildup the crops. Disis due to its effect on the stomach and ordain of digestion and nutrition. rates that be.in in the stomach are cured through the stomach. A bilious spell is limply the result of sn effort made by the lier to catch up when ocr;worked 1 ha.e found the 'Disco cry to be unsurpassed as a liter regand exhausted. blood-maker- Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky-Comptroller'- s Doctor lMurcc'H Golden Medical DlMcovcry Loans U. S. Bonds and Due from U. S. Treas PROTECT YOUR HORSE Also yourself when driving this cold weather. We aro headquarters-fo- r Horse blankets, lap robes and carriage neuters. And all horsemen's supplies. I Call of February 20, 1912 S342.2S4.73 os.ooo.oo S37. sOO. oo S447. 2S4. 7S, I Watch THIS PAPER For Particulars f ulator and rich Miss Lorrir. Kmhixy ot Perth. Kansas, says: "I will hero odd my testimony of thu oflcctivc of your rouirdy uik ii my If. I was troubled with Induction Uldes taulns nuiiu for two year or morn. lvetoriHl with threo illlTennit ' HomiuOi cures ' but riwlvxl no iK'riiiaiient relief. I w us run kinds of down, could not fleet, at nlh'ht Willi tho imlii hi my chest. cuiimmI hy Kas on tlio fctoiu. nch. Waa weak, coiiht eat scarcely anvthlnir ultl'inuili 1 was Imnitry nearly all tlio time. About mm year and u half aito I liemnt UaWlnu uur (lohlen Medical DlhCjiv ery,' and orter navliitt taken istveral bottles urn neurly cured of stomach troumo. and have Kauicil llflii-- f)im'- - fn welisht. Cuu now eat without 1 thuuU yuu ftiTJur tciuedy utid wish you all succim t:t yoiu itooa worlc" ns Lincoln County Bonds Cash and, Due from Banks Banking House QuicK Assets: 73 diK-tnr- Other Assets: . 4.0S.73 s 603.8? f SS.30Q.00 s S53.I63.SS Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars J. C. McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. i wss&r iB5; ' v . 1B . . -- . jCTt.-- . e "rf,. c,.' s r&rv ifhi & - THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. $ J. sell. THE FARMERS D. End ! YOU WILL HAVE A FIT I m at. CLUU 1L m 2. ' Notice! niul Sons wnnt 100.000 rHiIlry Raisers pounds wool. Sec them before you 148-- 8 Fouv-ycnr-old ?! H ' Wt i( If. Mi I I ,1. r p ncute or chronic, to try Ky. tablets, with the distinct un pep-i- n II. F. llillenmeycr, in n card to tho derstanding that we Mill refund their public, calls attention to the fact money without question or forinnlil tnnt owing to conditions last year if nfter reasonable tie of this metli iiiu turn was iiupcriecuy iuniureu cine, they nre not peifectly satisfied nnd therefore will be this spring cs- We recommend with tbe results. pecially unreliable for seed. Ho them to our customers every day, therefore urges nil farmers to test nnd have yet io bear of any one ho & their seed corn, suggesting the fol- has not been benefited by them. e method: "Let the fanner nesscCi honestly believe them to be without S((u'e ,cceMt Ml,M take 20 ears at random and from the at e Dnnvillc equal. They give very prompt relief, middle of each take five grains. Sto,.k 1Vlli5 are. nannon & nar. aiding to neutralize the gastric or. Then let him cover a plate or pan i, , ion 9 d hogs to Durham gans. to regulate the bowels, and with moist flannel cotton batting or & Cecil nt 5 4 cents; George II. thus to promote perfect nutrition, sawdust and spiead nicely the 100 .Sampson sold to D. C. Tucker 10 ind eradicate all unhealthy symp grains, covering with flannel nnd ,.0-pouii- d shouts nt 5 cents; Thos. tom?. kept wet, and anywhere that a day Jackson sold a bunch of hoes to We iir','' oti to try a 23 cent box && Durham & Cecil nt 3 4 cents; John of Kexnll tablets which C. McConnell bold 12 200.iouiid gives i.i days treatment. Ai me hogh to J'. L. Ilutchins at 3 cents ..nil'nf tlmt 'time, vnm ninnev will We arc going Attbur Trnnk bold to same 8 10C . t. you if von arc tint to have an Ipoiind- - shoots at ." cents; George Miti-fii- d. in chronic Of jVerniilliou cold to same 14 l"."i- - ,.M'.s Icnutli of treatment varies. pound hogs at ." 4 cent- -; MoutiePor -- iich eac-- . we lime two larger I Fox sold to A. .McDowell 20 1.100- - (sizes, which sell for flO cents nnd ?1 We will give a handsome silk dress pound cattle 0 W. you can nbtnin Kexnll ilCriuember. They may not cough today, den sold 40 at d cent- -:hogs I ." ,...- - Iivmediefor the best Embroidery, and a linen -4. nt - in thi- - community only nt bjt what about tomorow? dress for the second best For the our More The Kcall Store, l'en- Better be prepared tor it I The record for young motherhood iii's Drus Store, small girls, a silk dress for the best when it comes. Ask your in Kentucky and perhaps in the work, and a linen for the second best doctor about keeping Ayers Tnitcd States is reported from Hnzel PUBLIC SALE! t Come in at once and Cherry Pectoral in the house. Green, where Mrs. Henry Noble, get-fulparticulars l Then when the hard cold or barely thirteen years old, gave birth Owing to the b.id weather lily sale grandmothuntil was cough first appears you have to u bouncing boy. The twenty-niner of the infant is only Saturday March 16. a doctor's medicine at hand. , Mr. M. G. Reynolds, orders his I. J. public at tjiat time fill offer This cough medicine is changed from Neoln, Knns.iK, where outcry on the I farm of Mr--.at Nannie especially good for children. he has lived ever since leaving good J. Lawrence .'I miles from Lancaster No anodynes. No alcohol. old Lincoln county a number of on Lnnca-t- er and Stanfoul pike near Kan-a- s. Mr. White Oak Schol House, the followMany a child ia called dull and atupld j ear- - ago, to St. John, when the whole trouble Is due to a liy Reynolds and family bine moved to ing propel ty : it liver. We firmly believe your own doe the section fnnn owned by Mr. H. S. One mare mule, good worker and tor will tell you that an occasional dose Lytic, of Danville, lie writes thnt driver in harne not afraid of auto of Aver's Pills, will do suca in the bemiest mobiles, one luirse good woikcr and children a ereit de.l ot itood. Ask him. they are o Tnm Lov.ii. snow storm he ever saw in Kansas. driwr mid extra wagon horse safe for women to drive, not nfrnid of Old Hickautomoliie- -, one ory wagon anil harne-- s, one buggy Hides-anand harne. one spring wagon, one '...u. .!...- - ..!... ...ti. .likiitli lw.t'.kl .liii BED ROOM SUITS. di-- c loon1 harrow, oe PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND ier corn planter, one J. I. Ca-- e riding See us before you sell, ttet price ODD DRESSERS. In country or delivered. ODD STANDS. cultitntor, 25 barrels good white for all purposes. 8o if ou want to coin, and other article- - too numerDINING TABLES. build a bonse, a barn, a chicken ous to mention. RECEPTION CHAIRS. coop, a dog bouse or a fence, come TKIt.MS OF SAI.K- .- AH sum- - of DINING CHAIRS. here for tbe materials. . We bare in hand over 10 and under ca-- h sizes in both roigh all aorta HALL CHAIRS. i that amount will bo giver, a credit and finUaed lumber and if we can-n- o CHILDRENS' CHAIRS of four months, purchasers leijuireil suiti yeq ia kind, quantity, qualPHONE 153. to give note bearing ti per cent inSIDE BOARDS. ity, and price, aobodv can. negotiable and terest from date fir Stanford. Ky. BUFFETS. J. A. ALLEN. payable at th Lincoln County NatThe terms of the Wbat would you do without a good For Sale. 100,000 2 foot boards CHIFFONIERS. ional Hank. I ' Mile tuii- -t be complied with befoic horse T Ke bha drv and warm with for sale at our yards at Crab Orch- MATTRESSES. a good blanket. I have them. J. C. il r. I All kinds of lumber, mid build-i- n CARPETS propci ty is removed. MeCIary. material. Duke and Collier 13-- 8 MATTINGS. E. R. HolUclaw, aV It. P. I). 7sTo. 2, Lancaster, Ky. 1 alHHPSBvBHHBWjMlrf 1i RUGS. AUCr. COL. J. P. CHANDLKIt. "i x i it rtamr flf if o VICUiT SOLD BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. is' We have a big H you will let us measure you for a g temperature of 60 degrees can be CAUSE FOR ALARM stock of Canvas O new suit. mniulnined. The night temperatuie v may be lower. The grain must be Loss of Appetite or Distress After o Bought When Entiiig kept moist, but not wet. In a werk m Symptom That Should We will guarantee that your ho will know the growing percentage Not Be Regarded. PRICES WERE 0 new suit will please you in every m to n nicety." Q In Montgomery rounty the other Appetite is jut n natural desire LOWEST. detail and if it does not then you o dny tons of baled Btraw bniiisht for food Loss of appetite or (om O O i !).00 per ton, fodder 50 cents per neb (listless after eating indicate are unaer no oDiigauons. shock nnd com in crib tfl.'J.'i ptr or dyspepsia. barrel. n habit very dniigeroun to n per 1000 new natterns to select m See Us W. T. IJobinson, of Itoylc sold to son s tiooit ueucrai iieniiu. hitnon Weil, the Lexington cattle It is not what you cut but what Q & from and we will have them made Before Buying buyer, 00 bend of cnttle tbnt docs O my horse Presoriginal tonI will standseasongrand 1912 nt my livery to made, in April. nt $7, de you digest and assimilate strongest, m you good. Some of the according to your own of for the w Secrnl Lincoln county tobacco licnxiest, and healthiest persons aie i.n.. .... rnni. nni.n.i tr ., ... ui. ...,. .. ........ V........... .... ... '...,, t.xt.l a ideas. y'" "" ",v lt......!1t.. moderate caters. m tcr shnpe this yenr than for some ,"'7 " o " last week. Aiuoiil sonii. of ... season. Tbeie is notions that will cause o a ,..,,. in ior n spiomim mm iitno 0 Ilishop them were: Keunedv, more trouble than n disordered u You will find our prices a Q sand mv crack young nvernge ,.,.,.'. j.uce stomach, nnd many people daily con vt pouuii stallion Preston, Jr., Oi'" SEVERANCE N & known a the Jim Hrothers simply m average tract serious maladies $ pleasant surprise to you. Smith colt. He is rU7.2."; O V. Wnrfiehl 700 pounds throush disregaid or nbue of the by 1'ieiton n of the O Order it , now and have it great show hudmnre,grandson Mnlloy. averace Swinebroad of the Hubble Etomach. nil in Stanford who naf B' Kate A. We urge Cards will be out shortly giving full ready for Easter. Miction, sold a load of corn for $1 fer from nny stomach, deniutri'mcnls "oooioioooi loos oeoioioofitioioao detail. J. C. Itnilcv, Crnb Orchard, it- fcVi Will liui La ti1I maI- - 11 Fur Sale. Jersey tow, fiesh. S. J. Emlrry, Jr., 10-Let the Interior Journnl piint your horse mid jack cards. Neat work done piomptly nt rock bottom prices Hun Hnncy Helm. Congressman from this district wants the tolmcco growing rentier. of tlic Interior Journnl to know thut, by special concession of tlip Department of Agriculture, lie has seemed several hundred small packages of White Hurley mid Yellow Prynr tobacro seed) which he will be glad to send to any who will whitens him "enrIIouec of neireentntive, Wellington, D. C.,'' n long ns they lnt. Auction snlc of mule-!- , horses, cows fnrni tool nnd household goods by L. K. Wells nt Crnb Orchard. Monday mnrcli 11. For Sale. Four or five extra good woik mares. Jns II. Woods, l'J-- 3. Cholera. Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, Diarrhoea and all Diseases or Poultry rolTT Mm Kiie tlrrM, DiAowii, Kf., for fnn tfellkinUltUbrtl "I h nmt Rmi ' wilhrvlftil mi d. llcrftP.iHllimhn(Ktk Will Cannot. lUriMown, Kr .Mrn 'On drrp ol Krcipr 41 M4 dmprn Ihf Mlti ttfint chirlm kJU K wonn t.d rtNtrr th chick I .Matl. i th bcil rrcvrfilitc I hT rvn utnl." l I Druggists. Mfg. Md CMriiMd by VoU. Cromc, Bardstown, Ky. Prkc SOc i'rTr lmJr ik J . Over-eatin- l$l&&& $ c I m Hi Tobacco Raisers: f dm i. OLD BY A 'JO t o o w g : : VS.. nt.n .. II... & . . n .. ,, , three-year-o- ld 'J'J.'O poiiml- C. .f'Jfi.T."). (1. 0 0 t? w St WEAKEN I Stanford, Kentucky. at the crib. John Uaki sold '2o bar- rclx of corn to the Garrard Milling Co., nt $1 per banel. W. K. Moss sold 40 barrels of com to T. H. Hob- ,ii,M.n at fll.oO ier bnrrel. i i CiiriMnfir. nf Min.rslinrf lb,,L'lit nt tlm D.iWf !.. ;.. M.rin., thri iVrchcon man, fur u total of Usiij. .Mr. Carpenter bought the Lllick or j0Wi! & vhiRbii, of Teu-low- Ke.Mill 1)- - t ySHM ONE or CURE jQ Hi i W: W O O O O POULTRY COLUMN v O tf- Q O - O POP bourbon' poultry i.plcc down Ih. throat ol chicken, dfilroyi lha wortni III. anil t.vra th. chk-k'-i A lew drop In th. drinking water enm ami O Heliable Hreedep Ilred Poul.ry-Ca- rd o S The Home of All Wool Clothes. , ,(&& 0 0 Lines $1 9 0 owoOOOOV of Pure of Five 180-poun- 3-- 4F'BBJBI&I 10OlJ lll i PREVENTS DISEASE BOURBON POULTRY :i-- Dy.-pep--ia . For th. treatment ot Whit. Dlarrhoa Incblcki anj ULckhcad and other ditcatet In turkeya CURE HAS NO EQUAL LADIES Embroidery Contest The Coughs of Children -- 11- One Vc hvtlr m.k.a 12 nallon.ot medicine. Sold By New Stanford Drug Co. 1-- 13j-poun- 1- I ""SffiSiS!- L.L.SANDERS cd e. We Pay to-w- Highest Market sugar-coate- Prices For .).. x.. snow-boun- d, Furs. All kinds ot Produce, We Have a Full Line Of ai H. B. Norlhcoft. T. K. Tudor. M. . r n lliiif v4 III II I tion to your demands enables " Z II BED SPRINGS. ' us to anticipate your i needs. So we arenow J We make low prices v " 2 prepared to supply your wants for on all goods and Guar- - ' II Siring sewing with a full hue of J antre the goods to be H ginghams nainsooks long cloths uhat we say they are. ' 2 linens and embroideries. J lOf careful study and close 35 YEARS atten- - LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTH. WALL PAPER. BUILDING PAPER. 7 i ' I MUST BELIEVE IT When Well-Kno- ' Stanford People iiimi)l Stnu- - f CARPET PAPER. ' LACE CURTAINS. WINDOW SHADES. MIRRORS. " , Tell it So Plainly. When public cudoix'iuent by it repre-entnt- ic lnicl the pioof is po-iti- is citizen of ii wm . . II I W. E. Perkins, U CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. ! W. A. TRIBBLE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. JJ You must hclicu' it. lleiid this testimony. Ev ery sufferer of kidney hack ache, ev- ciy man, womiiii or child with kidney , trouble will do well to lead the fol lowing: .liiiue- - Itiuckelt, blacksmith, Whitley ne., Stanford Ky., says; "I used Douh'm Kidney Pills a few years ago and they did me so much good thnt I mil constantly spenking about lbeiii to my fiiend-- . My principal iioulile was fvom my back, which pained "m'e severely nt tunes. I got n box of Donn's Kidney Pills nt.Shugars nnd Tanner's Ding Store mid they helped he right awny. I have had no back troubles for a L'Xvr long time." For -- ale by all dealers. Price fo S. C. CRYSTAL WHITE LEGHORNS Co., Miiffnlo, cents. d hen- - with reFiom New York, sole agent- - for t lie I'nit-e- d cordof ocr 200 eggs n year. TJie Stale-- . strain thnt lays is the strain that Hi'iiiembcr the name Doan'H pays. Kggs from No. 1 pen $2.50 and take no other. per !. eggs, other pens $1.50 er J. f7.00 per 100. Get in the laing COLT FUTURITY class. Order today. Lock Itox CCO. A. C. Altord, Stanford, Ky Announcfd By Catalogue Committee Agent for Tulnnc incubators cuar- of K. P. Fair. nnteed Hid n overheat. Call nt house and sec sample. Tho catalogue committee of the S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. Knights of Pythias fair, is announcThe laying strain that fills the ing n Colt Futurity as one of the et m rero weather; early most attractive features of tbe egg splendid program which will be gir- - maturing big boned fryers. Setting .100 per 15; cn. Nominations for marcs nro be- eggs ioiim delivery hipping eggs $1.50 per 15. Mrs. ing received now, and so much interest is being taken in it by the A. C. Alford, Stanford, Ky. mnny breeders if good stuff in Lin-cinnd adjoining counties, that it INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS is believed the amount of the stake F.ggs for sale $1 ier setting of 12 will go ns high an $100 or $.'( for 45. All didets receive Mures must be nominated by prompt attention. Wolford N. Iiv. I, It. P. D. No. 1. Ilox 80. March 15th when n payment of $1 Stanfoul must be made. Ky. On or before June 1st, a payment of $2 inut be made, on ench mnre, BUFF ORPINGTONS I mil getting 21 doen egg- - a week nn owniv desires to keep eligible niul nt thnt time ench Mnre's nnmo and from 80 hens. Setting of 15 for $1. color nnd the name of tho horse to C. C. Withers, Tt. F. I). No. 2, Stanwhich she was bred in 1911 miiHt bo ford. Ky., Phone 143-given. C. On August loth the week before LAYERSPAYERS-- S. BUFF ORPINGTONS. (ho fair, the color and 6 of the Kugli-- b Salmon Fncro!lcs, vm font must be given nnd a fee of $2 $2 per 15; .f.'i per 50; Indian Hi er paid. This is the final fee, making Ducks that lay tbe peail white eggs in nil. The money will bn divid.f ed into four prizes on a basis of 40 $1 per l.'J; t.1.50 per 50; $0 per 100. ner cent to first: 25 tier cent to My stock came troin the lllue Itih-bo- u winners of this country. Make second; 15 per cent to third nnd 10 'per cent, to fourth. It is planned to your stint with tbe best blood. Al (o show my birds to anv open a mule colt futurity upon the ways glad enmo basis, in viow of the very high one inteiested. Mrs. Sam Embry.Jr. clnss hybrid youngsters which nre Stanford. Kentuckx. pioduced in this section. CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS. The big winter layer. Fiom HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. .fllO.OO muting; eggs fiom Veterinarian. 1st pen'II; from 2nd pen $1.50 per Industry 15. S.-Former Diiector Animal Rhode Island Reds TompKxVeter- Phillipine Inland-- . Eggs $1.50 per 15. kins strain. inuiinu Lr. S. Army Indian Runner Ducks that lay the office Logan's Stable, Phone 4:12, white eggs M per 11 egg- -. 1 have Agent American Hog Cholera Serum. spnrcd neither means nor time- in Danville, K. fleeting this stock. They are from pri7e winning and hnuvy laying Sntisfnctioii guuraiitred. i strains. AND SHADE JREES' FRUIT A. C. Hill, Slunfoid, Ky. It. F. 1). Strawberry plants, Grape Vines, Aspniagus, Khubaib, Hoses, Peonies, WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. and Phlox. Everything for Orclinrd $1.00 for 15, ulso Indian Ituuuer nnd Ijiwii, Gulden. Fiee Cntalogue. Duck eggs $1.00 for 12. Mrs. L. P. No Agents. Nunnelley, Lancaster, Ky., It. It. No. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, ' 'Lexington, Ky. 2. Phone Stanford Exchange 108 A. ir5C&2" trnp-ue-tc- ba-k- ln j -s ( - 4 ' .vv aiiaji I