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VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 5.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY,' FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911.
1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE
The Stanford Inte
COURT DECISION WILL
IN FIOHT TO 8CCURE REASON-
ABLE PHONE RATES MEET
The City of Htantord prnctlcnlly
won n rlctory against the Kast Ten
nenscn Telephone Company when tho
Court or Appeals in Kroukrort thin
week hr-M that tho phnnn company
Und nn franchise to do business In
thn city of Frankfort and that after
!i days' notice.'trmt city could pro
ceed against tin company to oust It,
unless It necured a legal fram-hlse
Those tnmlllnr with tho case of tho
phone company nt Frankfort and tlio
can hero i-ny they are practically
Identical, so that nil that Ktnnford will
bavo to do, will b to follow out th
procedure outlined by tho court In
tho Frankfort cure, Tor the prosecu
tion of tho phone company.
At a meting of tho City Council on
Tuesday night an ordinance provid
ing for the Bale of a franchise In Htan
ford wju given It llrst reading: It
nlll tuvo Ita final reading and pans
agu "at the lint regular meeting In
J-'ebruary and. ton. Qcuncll. will then,
advertise for blda for th sain of a
Iranchlse, and In this franchise will
:eay Just what thn telephone rateu In
' Stanford shall b.
The qui meeting of cltlzena called
for Wednesday night wm postponed
untU tonight, Friday night. In order
that President fSeorso a Hhanftlln, ot
th5 Payette Home Telephone Con
pnajr and A. U.JJtln. of lb loacaa
ter line could be present and luraUh
:to tocat citizens with Information
regarding (); independent system and
A committee will tx appointed from
uniAtt? thn business men who bare
bud their phones removed, to call on
ail resident of the city and i.-ounty
wttii reference to Joining lu tbo unit
ed movement to tecum reasonable
rate by bavng thslr phones removed.
Kentucky', motto! "United v stand;
jjhldod -fi rail," asttUcMarstlieryApUv
to the local situation, the .business
3la believe and fber aro going to
dale every cltDeo of the city and. coun
ty to stand with thetu lu tbelr tight
..gainst un unjiikt und extortionate tel
On Mouday night, January 53,
lioone Udge No. I, 1. O. O. F of
Uxilvlllo mil glvo all Odd Krllows
within, rent h of loullllc, olio of the
greatest Heats that tsu been 3eu
Hi this section Tor many year.
On that night the first decree "111
h,i ghrn to 100 candidate In tho
Anuory nt Sixth and Walnut, Mer
rick l.odg, .No. 31 of Ixxlngtiin, Urn
lucky by 1U di-gn-o t-am. will iio thu
ork. Thin tcani bar. coined n nat
Miuat reputation for good work In tltl
desrv. Kery Odd Fellow UwUo In
Kentuck) and t-oulhern ludlnna ha
bvtUl Invited and tt la expected that
tull 4000 member will be present.1
SpeWa! arrangement liau been. made
vliu the ruiimaui and intcrurhai.
iiles no that eer) member who wish-'
to atlwiid mn do fi t.rntid Stre
CtHikrum and W. II. Uttly, t!p.nd
Secretary of liuliann will be proRcnt.1
ll the graud lodgo ortlcerh of Ken-i-iekv
liae betit hulled and will be
i nweiit Itooue Itxlke If the oldeM
iiis.i i't tir the Allegheny Moun-
huh. luting bi-eii Miiiblli)hel Fubru
.ii imh IbJS, l (Iraiul Sire ,'llde.
lye fnuiider or tho order Floin lloone
ladgu oauitt nl) nf the oldvl- lodgeK lu
IJoono Unlgo alio established the
rier in Indlanji by..iaUUi.tliiR Nc"
ib:my ijylM No. 1 in New- Albany '
FARM FOR SALE!
t will sell publicly to the highest
M.tdcr at 10 a, m., on
Wednesday, Feb. 1 '11
tv nice IlltlH ptico conrdMInc of u
-iv'tago ahd elgbt aorea of land at
Hail a Cap, i.lx rullca south- or Stan
piru. four mllert rroHi Ottealielm, on
CtU-nbeim road, about' ttirea hundred
jrda from owervet pike. Fine orcli
nid, on place household and kltoben
liiruHurtv Will also uell n nice lot or
oiider, U rallk cows; 2 hogs. Col. J.
I'- Chandler, Auctloser.
i. D. OfUftO,
Waycesburg K. D. No. 1
FINE PLACE FOR SAtEi
I have decided to sell toy farm, .It
old wltbm tan UlrtyAy. It
Aces at barcalii. ConUlai 80 arvit
at 'uiid. baa on it two houst. ono
of lour rooms and oa of two rooma
tobacco bain 30x54 ond other build
irut nctMaary, I- acres ror cultivating
ii batanciv In tliubor, lino water,
4ml ftac (land. lu flight M school
lod nad church. ThU placo la suit
ablif for two fainPiee aad U a bartio
at the price, Better coao to soa mo
bout ft qutii V. W. Kratcaey,
rltarntd, K IX r'o. :
Developing Coal Mine
INDICATIONS GOOD FOR MUCH
FUEL AT MeKINNEY.
McK Inner, Jnn 18th.
Tho coal mine on Ihc Tanner placo
la progreKBlng very well nnd they
hnvo commenced to tlmuer the shaft
and tbo Indication nro good for n
grXKl inlno nnd It will bo nuneclaten
surely, the nwy coal has been naid to
got here thla winter, for aorno reason
Our band Is getting along fine nnd
nro preparing for nevernl outdoor con-
ccrta during tho Rummer soaaon nod
will erect a nlco bana Mnnd nnd rIV
a concert every week Tho boyn liavo
ineir inmrumeni nil paid for nnd
will chII on the public for donation
to build the band ntnnd an It will liv
en tip the town In n gre.it many ways
and will always bring out n crowd
i.nd will bo n help to the buatneH men
(n many waya aa many people will
come to town to do their ahopplng
wneu mere la mujuc to iisun too.
Mla Klda and Mamie Jacob vlnlt
ed relative at Junction City rlday
and returned homo Haturdojr.
Mr Norman True baa purrliaacd tho
Hippie place at Jumbo nnd will bo
cobio a farmer toon.
Dr. Singleton loft a good milk cow
Tuesday by being killed by train No.
Tho placing of two tralng on the
q. fc C. now make It very nice. In
getting but of hU place mrly In the
morning and back at night.
Harry Jacob, vlalted friend at
Nlcholaavllte Friday and Islington
Saturday to Eeo hla little- daughter
Aaa wno naa tuny recovered from
ner recent nine of fever.
Mr. and Mm. Iteutmn Morrla return
ed to their home Rt Marrowbone, Ky,
ter a pieafant vuit with Mm. Mor
ria- parent. Mln Lena fleck nccom
panted them and wlU apend a month
Pt more there.
Herman Oann U vNltlng at JamiM
town thla wvek.
Mr. 11 O. Cooch U confine to Ula
bed with rheumatlim.
Mr. Jack Douglan died thn 17th with
pulmonary tuberculoid Interment to
take place at Kaeon graveyard.
LlttlA "Marftaret IaabUa Oooch baa
about recovered from a aovero apcll
Kt. J. It. Coleman preached ten
interfiling fcermona to a good auul
enca at the ltanttat church Bundny
marnlag and pvenlnjt.
MIM Martha uppi or HURtooTtlle
waa a verj" rdcaantv.caller?ln! our
Mm. Coulter, of l'rkille, la vlilt-
ing at the bumn or Mr. Ueorge. iJiy
nnd wire tUie week.
Cleo I'homaH waa calling on frtcndH
lu Yowtmlte laat Sunday.
Mix llnieni Hodapp, of Aurora,
Ind una J. 8. Tucker, of lrankfort.
wcm ruarTled lant week at (ho lumie
of MUa HihI.ipp'b Klnter, Mr. Howard
M.iitby. -IU win be. remembered tbul
Ml Hodapp wna n former stcnoi:-
lapher for the Columbia Sluule Tree
CotMpsn), of thla plure.
v. 1. Duncan la tuck m bl old
htund nl the depot.
Dtirhum & Wright lui merged
their liK.k or giMxla ami now bavc f.u
up-l'Htatr line of grocerle, fine frultn
nnd Irevh niealit.
1):. J V. Thompnon. of Klnr.'s
Mountain, wna called lien- the llrat
of thn week to nee lint, I'll Mont
uin.'iy. who U very sick.
Air. John I'owell went lo Knoxvllle
Sunday to work aa llreman on tbo I..
Ac N. HIh .brother Mr. Pick I'ow.-ll
lit tlierti and in working lot tho U ft
.MIkx l.orinu Clirlllnuiii o' Dan'illu
npunt tail wi'iik a the ftvcxl o! illss
Mri- Fannin JCIiiuninl ir l."lnton
Ik with bur mUI Mi. HoIimi HiiIiKV
ului U .ttr lnlinilHtiie evrhiun ipti
lor. Prof. K I.. Crubli . in Xtiiifnrl
Nnttinln on bualiiefm tuiil .1'- Xin.
diniiar wi(b lux old ui.'l Mr bui.ttj
I'hlllipH nnd wile.
Mr. Cnleb Johnson wbu dim betn
paralyred slmiu weeka 1 reporteil hot
ter. The Sunday school toanbciM of the
Christian church .will, hold, ate icho
lueeuiib- m iuo .(.ivuiiuu. u.j '"- fur ii per nead.
clay night ut 7 P. M. They want toi ,,.pu ,acU.rby Wio has been .Itk
make their Sunday school u Iron. n Unclo JaKe Vtace, ,Ua moV(J
rank one. All Koida school t-.ich-m ,,; iij2auetntown.
are invited lo nt.'eud. I i4Utner shcaren has uiocd from
Mr. Vllen McObord U uou- a inem-'y. (ttKtt t0 Mr u RaTAlnit.
bcr of tt slcoal cant in tlio Soiitli-J B1U CawJ naa moTNj t0 tbe houhc va
ern " K cated by Mr. Shearon.
Mr. and Mr. Fjed CUim of Pllnols, w L S0ja g()U t0.T Jt )unMBq
wer.1 th guetts ol Mr. and Mm. -lal.o u pilr or j. Jvlr'0w mules for VXi.
Clctn tbte week. j A u aankin bought ot Danville S
lrof. Gfuubs ixsgau u iwy BCtmol nt Jwrriuc mare mules tor KSW.
Moreland January Mb and naa enroll. w u siQm taught at JVanvllle
ed is pupils to date. I,,, jVar w nol80 rauie for ?15.
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Mr, jragjrio i.mg Viiiooi: orauiis-
cd a Loyal Temjanco lw of Jl
luembertf la the Moreland JK.hool Moil',
day tbo lth. Trnj lav. will nold
Bllver, gold and dtauoud ulAhlii,j
have basket-ball game, ol. dunus
Iho ttmjeara aid wHM.lir Id. aid
ihe achcol ln ka.Inc a lloo cowuiencn.
ment In May, when Prof Onibb. ra-
pecU to.gTadunlo a low for high
PARSON'S POEM .A, GEM.
I.Va.ru l!u II MtitKantvill Alllutii
... i...! . tv. ii-v,- kt tin.
Pill. rhTo such a healtb KeceKv.
In .nn, hfMiu. thu. nlrU ulutld h.
U otovr klada rotfvo tried tt vain,
uuu dr. Knscy
at PoaajVi Dru store.
BUD REYNOLDS LIKES
FORMER LINCOLNITE TELLS HOW
WELL IT WORKS IN THE
Neola, Knn. Jan. 15
Dear rendera of I. J.,
To Keep mnny of yoti
from forgetting entirely that tbero
It uch ;i periiou living, I will write a
fi-w Mnea, though I hare no Important
rew. Komc of you may bo aiirprlaed
to know that while you are having so
much rain wiow and mud, that only
n few hundred mllea nwny in the lam!
1 1 HunflowcrH and chinch buga It U
very dry, yet nuch Ik tho cao for wo
have- not had any rain for raoro than
three monlhb and no suow at alt ao
far tlila winter and have only had two
cloudy days during thu Ihm month.
Dut tho meat aurprlalng thing to
mo In haat that c.imo up continue
if stow and look well, for 1 thought
It would aurely pensh There I lota
i.i late aownwheatnot up but-tha
seed neema to bo on dry aa when
It baa been an Ideal fall for corn
blinking and tbelllng and moat of tho
farmer wo ttrough cicept thoo who
bad corn cut and shocked. Foddur i
too dry to handL
Soma may wonder If atotk water la
rot very scarce, after ao long a drouth
No, we havo no spring nor running
Hlreams like, old Kentucky but all
stock la watered from -well, wind'
tullla do the pumping, and thu stock
alsrays got cood pure, clear water.
I wn from thn paper that lota of
people are yet selling out In Ken
tucky and other eastern atatea and
going to Oklahoma. Now Oklahoma
la a fine state, but to any of my
rrlenda who tnlnk of going there. 1
want to say, unless you bvn plenty
at money, investigate before you go.
Tbero haa been a btreara of people go
Ing to Oklahoma ever since long be
fore It became a state, so that all
feood land la very high, and all kinds
of buslnes Is crowded There are as
fully sis good chances In central and
Western Kansas If not belter ones.
1 am glad to sec the 1. J., favoring
a prluu-irj election law. Kansas hiirf
uch a law and U works well. Hero
nil candidate. are nominated on tlw
tlrht TuesJay In August, when the
inter sow to ote, he mast call for
tl-e ballot or the part with which ho
want to oto nnd can vote to noml
Mito only one party's candidate. The
umdldate pays no part or the expense
or the primary mor0 than any oilier
Am sorry to see Hint the piiccj ot
tobacco are so low, when o many lu
old Lincoln haw a crop or the weed
Hut Jut think once, wlint a great
whejt or corn crop, Uncoln county
would rmvo ir nil those would try aa
hard to ralio those ns they did thU
tnbaao, and would be an actual bene-
lit to so mny. Instead of KitlsfyliiR l
.!. Kbit. '
Wishing the 1. J., and all Us rend-
ii a merry Chrlsluins aim a nappy
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1 am Itesp'y.
m. . ui:ynoi.ds.
The sale ol Klimaiid lU.uin. W1W I
well attmuled slock .r .11 kinds
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well, ugctl mules brought from 3T0 to I
Jjyo, theep from ?3.50 to 5.50, milk
cow 8 from IM to $37.50,. 1 Preston
naro brought U'.lb.-.yearling mule.
,, orand Irton of Somerset was!
llrittDg n McKecbnie last wot.!; SSr Sr JSfrt
.,, Ct ,lanUlu went downi to Homer, jj.t irtre them hay and hominy, they
fc0, an i.jnna on Monday. 'would m sallsliel nnd appreciate It.
$uxii atul j v r.ankin aro ut homo' hoAiUKn many or tbem nre hungry
r,om c,' mhMC tk,y haTe Ut ' ?$ ,1 $ 1? "' "
,lu nuUw ttomn pl-aw tbtaU tUhi matter
M. .. r. icinr. ,nu Mu eioo or-tVei.- ..
toDacco al panvllle Tuesday, we didn't
iarn tue ptjCe.
I .I ' w '.,.... .u. ,., ..'"B. Bn?..iuV.u" S,,?.M,m."S
1 IJUfTtfS WC vui-wtiy ,uu vtvf
liooka bard to soma but it Is fair we'SU Hastoo. Pa atate: Several mem
l.Vir Rnif..1 1.4 icm lei. oa Malu
. k. k.. .,, -u .KrM..M.
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Beautiful building slto for residence.
SUafortl Hoal Eatate. lj
SAD CASE OF THE
POPEWELLS IN CASEY
WHOLE FAMILY ILL IN BED AND
SON DIES J. T. 8HORT 18
Mfddleburrf, Jan. 1.
Rev C. T. Claunch, who was somo
time ago called to tho pastorate of
tbo Haptlst church, preached Sunday
morning and evening to largo conpre-
gatlons. Tho members nro woll picas-
ed with tho start ho made. He wl
move to tho parsonage about March 1
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 8. Topelwell, who
have Just moved from Russell coun-
ty to tho O. I. Wilson placo on th
Liberty pike, seem to bo passing un-
drr tbe rod nt nrcaenL Indeed, their
caso Is tho eaddest that has pass.,
under our notlcn for many a day. A
son IR year of age and said to be
a fine young man died Saturday niter
noon of measles sunerlnduced br dou-
bio pneuraonU. and Mr. rooelwell and
eight children are down with th
Bamo disease. Not h single member
or the family waa able to attend tho
burial of tbo dead boy, which took
placfl hero Sunday aitcrnoon. Mu-
armpMhr .Is-belBg.. felt, for -theui in
this, their gTeat trouble, and kind
neighbors nro leading all tho nss
D. K". Short decried his life Sun-
ilay afteiVoon Jan. lCtt( He bad
been In falling health for mote than a
year, and had been under treatment
but gtew worse all tho while, and his
dath was not a surprise. He was
years of age, a member of tbe
iiapint cnurcn, ana naa been twice demy baa gone to Bowline Oreen to 1 10r,a c0381- Address w. R. WII-warri-d.
His Ust wife who survives tarn, a ti rnr- of fir- mnn.ha :"" & Co. agts
blm. being a Miss UantJne.-iu who was
.... ,.c. 'ivu"i!r. j.r. aaon
w-as quite a clever man and bis friends
regret to lose him rrom the walks of
life. nev. J. P. Montgomery conduct-
M tiie funeral service at the Baptist
tnurcn Monday when tbo Masona took
charge ot the remains, and he wm
Uld to rest beside bis wife who pro-
ceded him to the- erave Home years
home one set nre to oroom.ige
on Judge Lincoln Well's farm Tliei.-
daj afternoon, which Boon spread to
other farms dolnc considerable dim-
ag to fencing etc. A large hedgn
rence petwecn me farms of judge
Wolla and Mrs. Malllia Sharp- was
completely ruined and soitio one ntui-
dred or more panels or rail ri-nco .,-a
lto JeHewon Southland, of Tom-
We. Okla. who left here some 18 year,
iko has been . Mb filends of tbo
.,,b.n neighborhood for a week or
more. He. lias been holding services
at the Vhool boti.. on tho Liberty
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say ue is quiie u uiiciesiiu prcacii .-.. ,
er. and that his sermons havo done ,n Uuc.olu count'- Address for par
quite a good deal oi 6od He was ticular Secretr.. Hustonville Comraer-
umnll K'.. n.Vii.n ,... Inf. 1nnliiAbi.
t, n..i..ia huj nuvii ui- .v. V l:uni.n.
(Julio a noted case w.ll come up
ln tho magistrates court nt Ycemlto
to-day Friday. Some six year or
more ofco, as the story goes, Kount
Wall gave his lather In law. C. C.
llllliii nn rtlil iiru ii.lt Inli ufmrtK nt.
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ter dropped a heller enir. -Hntter
mluwl Hi. rill l., I., n ,noi- nnd l.nu
sold two calve fnui her. A few
weeks sIik-o Wall went to Hatter und
;" "A rt0 Xe her " Wn
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uie row outslile tove her to his barn
Mini locked her hi. Il.itter went' to a made n strictly modern Health resoit
mnglstrato and suori out an order or mid nil the Iniprincnionts wlll.be un-
UtJ"t'onstbIe MwIon'Sltacnn1!"" Jr ,ho BU'"J"ls,0,, " Mr' Ml'Koown
exccuUHl the imp'"" by luUn'g .h" J"e fl' Proprietor It M. llu-lUn
tow In possession. The caso U et
lor to-duy, Tucsdai, nnd promken to
'"' 'ntorestlng one ak both p.vtier.
I We notice that the People',. Tobac-
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co Waiehouse Coiupanj at U.iuvlp-
show-fMl Its apprecbitlon or the pre?-
enco. or tb ajrenu -i !. ;..-
iuio. m iu yi -! w.vt
tobacco companies who have been In
attendance at tho tobacco sales there
uy uining mem nt a lusiuoqauie noiei
in a f m-mner doubtless highly and
K3tli.r.-irli)T41v t. nil MDiwriuul TliU
was uerharm all rlcht and of course
plcaslnR to thos men In broadcloth
nnd ovendies, but somehow while
rcadlwc of the affair we could not
help thinking or tb groweru of to-
bacVo. who made thu salo of tbo weed
pos-lble and wlm were compelled to
rtJnd by and seo tbe product of their
labor MeHtor little or nothing. Why
not iipttMd a Ublc for tnemt It would
not ro.t much. Just a chap affair
would da Iz-ayo off ttw wlno and
other dnlntle. Thoe might dentil-
A' RFLIABLC COUCH MEDICINE.
le a valuable family rriena. hJieya
qUtAiy. 4? ViIMIKZl IUUMT, in, Olii
t?f? or my lainiiy oavo oiea cureu
Of bad cough and coMa by tho use
of voter How and Tar and I am
ueVap without a boltld In tha bouse.
K othea and relives tho Irritation
thn throat and loaM ua wo a tMoetJlA iM ctaia iliate wsr , aom t.Bw i. t ,vn,r. s-m'"rrVr-rrr. 7 Ti' ..Jl.
. I .tav. 40ws 1 tt a re-' t7.V : T.- :. m . ... . .,ZJ.?TlI?ZHil7.
coHh ti.re" HhuMis aad 'Paa- BO" " ww v Kemwaixr tne name yoaa-a a lasncro w mwory uw iv. m..-
cobib Hire. NWr? a g RpleB ,'4l?X'! Mw' 8il,,r T"
BLOOD HOUNDS BUSY
IN THE WEST END
ELIXIR SPRIN08 TO BE IMPROVED
LIVE NEWS FROM HUB-
,VI, .UUu,rulo ra.se in ntsess-
inentof some or our citizens tax IUIj.
A .... .KJA.-a. . .
""d Win, .McKlnncy.
AmonK tno most noted nrrHals
here last weok. Hint railed to material
lie, waa the llrst snow" or the year
nnd tbo weather bureau cold wave.
Mr. Allen Uurrown of Colorado
Springs Col., arrived borne Wcdncs-
dav Junnnrr llih ami r.nnru rinn Mtin
cesa now In bU gold inino. The out
nut U now nn a Hninnrfiri ninr h9yia
A target for nlstol and rifle orae -
target ror pistol and rifle prac -
is being mado of the rural route
'a on route No 1.' It la -
tlar offense, nn.i .nanv nrn nnw rv.
L'ncio Ham fo thin nff,.Ba,.
Mr. Jnu. W Uoslov and wiB or'01 can be bought In St. Andrews Bay
lloyle are guesta of Mrs. Ann flos-
Mr. Tom Routon Is nt home on his
- two -weelwvacatlon from his business
"at LawTeneevllle. ill iRq man fHnd
aro giving him the gUd hand, nnd
manr well wishes for hU eonUmwA
success la hi adopcted home.
Kural mall service on the Jumbo
load from Geneva lo Jumbo will bo
discontinued unlesH, tho culverW are
put in a turn condition to cross
MUa Julia Damorson tho apfm.'lit- Andrew Bay I tho largest and .
piubpd teacher of the North Aca -
training for high achool teaching
Mr Jona au. smjt boucht
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wUn com,ortable provemont. from
MaJu . Toota0tl aBll uk ,---. '
j,urtn At p M (ic r.
(;raw Is tho wom enemy to tbe rural
carrJers ln xmerjea. Hft awans oC
the fact that nQt BUfflcleilUy
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haT0 JCJu.ate, an lncreaMt
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tUoiwan(, ncrca of an(1 Uia tM.n
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Soutnern roau wll, put ,n a fipur
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Ui ICM IUUU .VU IHI.l'a IU 1111.1 (tUt1
irom .liorciami. TUP rlglll 01 way 1
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'-v ,loubl lrackln wu,d ,iand, bo,h
the passenger and freight business
nnd bo tin, hour hnlner inveatmi.nt
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LIU. I.IUU Ml 1,11- (lll'AIU.'Ul, Uili.rn
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nichltect ami contrnrtor of Inilbvllle
has returned from Klixir Springs,
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'uwn. lie nun iirraiipea lor hi-h-iui
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much needed iiiiprncnitntn
Uu'm n,u ,)e v1 Ml.ndld 12 fioon
building with (ill modern Improve
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iiiiiiiiiiufii,iiii.t fTrniiin j ii u i
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we bespeak n libeuil patronage
Dink Jnrinnn who lost hi home and
tlu jts contents liv Hie recently tit
" tu t"nnk '"' "l""UR tM
I.aIIi l.tt., tiat.l n,.1nri,t frf thai liftln
both white and colored for their holp
in the hours of their greatest d!ttres9(
WU npk,, the Ixird to bless tho givers
NV lave another big bargain In a
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..--.ji oo-aero-river bottom farm
P1C"11"1 w nrr ri,,r """""' '""
v.-ltli good up to datf, welling. rine(
jargei luiin tenant mouses, ciose io.
chttrca Bolloo(. nn;corn ana to-
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tiaM0 wnd nalsW - to 6 DusfteU
corn to the shock last season. Prlco
S5.500 nnd t"rma eav. Call or write
AV( n. Wllllama fc Co., quiet,
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"' " nun1 wer ctU4 to
Mltehelsburc last week to trail par-
ties wbo bad brokan into rait read
iipot Tn9 lra WM promptly
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"" ''rt a bfMn fve tp
Cozatt and the nherlfr will do thu
XM" "" b,00', hUnd W"" Ca,kd
'" tbo pia)y l3Wrbooa nsar Uba
uon. A amoko house broken laio and
thttn. hams, on shoulder, two aides
and one saeh of flour waa Ukn. Tho
half wiles to Jetrers. Tbe aUerlfr
1-t train No. I ou the Southern
last weeK ran imo jai.0 jMa.wH ,
uorso wagon waa wiw coa4 ai cro.
,, ncar Moriand wiled; now, siaub
J VAeim hll, AiA nflt ..oi.ilv hurt
ed wagon .but did not eerlounly hurt
th boy driving aad eatlaa ciiee.
did Improvements dolightrully sluiat-
ft .....1 1.. .. 1h.K MS . f.1
l4 uiiii in ii jiuu vuiiiiiiuiiuy. rni f
816.00 per aero possession In ten dsys
Tonus right. Address 1'. O. llox 82
Mr. UeorgQ M. Olvcns of llrndfords
vlllo Is visiting his sister Mrs. A. II.
McKlnncy this week
Miss Ada Alcorn returned Trom a
dellghtrul sojourn last week with'
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Among the rrlcnd from hero that et Stanford wlttv ball and chin nt
oAcnded tho Tnylor-Yowell, nuptlqls toched to their legs attracted quite a
at Danville last week was Mr. and,Cr0Wd on Maln street Wednesday nr
Mrs. K. M. Yowell, Mr. and Mrs. B. ternoon. Tho culprits expiating their
I) Vowrll, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Averltt, 'Tlmea were "Iluckskln lllll" DaTton.
Hradlordsvllle, Misses Sadie Itaugli ft youngster of Rowland who has re
man, Miss Ynntls, Messrs, Henry peatedly offended tbo lawa and ordtB'
"""Rknw.Sam McKlnncy, Tumor
nni1 K,0R Carpenter.
1 A remarknblo opportunity I open.
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for ibo rMualnd'r ot this month to,Wayno county product, who said that
Bccuro frora 10 t0 "00 P1" "nt. pro'hu had worked tb0 past year for
nt 0D un Inveamcnt In Florida
.foxi&o tect ana a line tract with wca'
Co,ony for oae hundred dollars.
livery lot win bo sold tois montb-
'adgK from tho demand Mr the past, was taxed yiZ and- tlio trimmings
"ceck- Th United States Congre.'u. with nccompanying number of days,
-haa appropriated 1-2 million dollard.ror drunkenness ntfd disorderly con
t0 bo exPcnde1 'hero dredging tho,
""'" lo aeP aier on mo umr
.coast. From ono to four town lot
and 1,vo ocre tracU caa ,w bouchl
ltil molllh at Prices nameds Thla
placc " deatlne(1 t0 hecome a great
I rc9ort- Survey are now being made
'beBt aty"11 haijxw on Uio entire
. Wr- and J18- Jaweb 'P. ot
tt,c'aluoru spent a re' oay last ween
'In ou:1 citv the meat of Mr. and Mm.
The city council will on Monday
niirht elect o new chief of police to
nil the position of Win. II. Lair who Miss Bculah Wallln la on the slolc
recently resigned ra order to givejllsL
closer attention to his grocery bust. Miss Jennie Rogers Is visiting Mis
new. Nell Newland.
' Mrs. Win. Dunn hnu rtiimnl frnm . It Awhuc rattv ima rfurnaii
a two weeks visit to Louisville to
fcPft her mnthor and nlliir rrlnllvpn.
vu whion and J. R. Cow den. of
I.iboTty. left this weet tor a stay of,
fl rw --Mt in piorldo. wh,.i ihpv
lave land interests. Mrs: Whlpp and
Hula bod will vbilt her father. .Tudce
Tlirord at Liberty, during Mr. Whlnp's,
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tv la ..,, hct. ,,,. Mr , ,,
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.h MheV v , n, V n.Z
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fU' an,' h'8 8,8tC;; M"' V U t,00C"
In the (iosben section hunday.
Ueorgo ltich has moved to the farm
be bought of T. W. Hutcheson or thU
M , , Dm,on of ulchwona luls
ll4f. ,ns.aVnr,, , ,.io MnVnln :ind
Mr lMf n0tUciavv .bought oi lJ.iiloy
UolUclaw a gooti ro1(, maro.
Mrs Jolm Tralor ,, dauRllU.r
Fmnklo Dot, wen. Hut t Stanford
jigH jlti i)llURboiiy or St.iuriird
S0I1J,1R (t fuw days hero with bur
brother .Mr Bruce B.mgherty.
Acn , ,, ,,,, IlulNlctaw
and Cballe l.usk took their lobncrc
ovep jn it,xgt0.
Mrs. Fred Moser who luib been on
the sick list Is getting along nicel)
J(r rh1 jjjunnciej. 0r Haydeii Sin
,ir. rnii isuunctiey o. jjujui-ii oui-
, hnr. KrIdav ln thu iuureit
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r ji, reopuR TODacco Unrehouso
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., nl Danville.
a wnMAWS BACK
A wowx.m s.
tj,, Arhe, and paM will Disappear
if the Advice of This Stanford
Cltlren is followc-d.
A womau's back has many aehea
Moet times 'tis live Kidney's fault.
Backache is n-alh- kidney ache.
That's why Duan'a Kidney Pills
euro it hli law has t-ut It out.
Many Stanford women know this.
Head what one haa to say about It. n, ,K'U "" or. ,ner W.
Mm. 3. J. Hubben, Laacaterf Street Tbe gtr- nave cut Jt oot.
Stauforil, Ky., ay: I know that rb-j hlh oW tl.neo wc used in bave.
Eoan's Kidnej- Pills herpedmo and I tHU B(J naacut H wL
tberetere, have not the least hes It a- - he (oj atrong seat or Sunday panto,
tlon In recommending them. My kid- " ....
J!.S. -TdUordred for somu tlme.L "K U80 has cut it out.
and though my condition w.isj not scrl
ous. 1 was ncviirthelwa annoyed a
I. eat dwU. My back ached, almost con-
btantly and Bomotimw 'Jieca,mo p
Utm that Jivymi a groat effort for
tno to stoop? Tlwire was aUo other
syraptoma of kidney complaint that
caused roe dUtresu. rch using Doana
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Tnnna.a nni M.nrn. mil intnH irniv.
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VTVB V -" - -r "7 -T--i
Vur aaIa hv nil dealers. Price Ski. I
FTBter-Mllbara Ca -ftilfalo. New
L. l. .& . m. TVMArf .1. Uu.iiUIIUj llPil liTIIT K Ml.
BOYS WORK UNDER
BALL AND CHAIN
IN CORRIGIBLE YOUNGSTERS TAK
EN IN CHARGE BY POLICE
. Tho sight of two young men, one
'nrohnMv nn, vr ,i vn r
nnces of Stanford by loafing about
tbo depot at unsccmlngly hours
With him u-.ia (Morn Hammrnrf-l n
With him vaa Ctcve Hammonds,
Lots.'v. arrcn nn a lonacco nana
"uuckskin unr was given a fine or
10 and ten days with the trimmings-
jby l'ollco Judge Mcncfco while Ilaju-
nionda because, of Ua greater years
duct. Hammonds later paid hl9 line
ojt nd rcturneu nome.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ituford Rogers loll
last week for Illinois to make It their
Mrs. J. M. Hubble and daughter Mrs
Stella Montgomery of McKlnney have
been visiting Mrs. N. A. Garner and
Mrs. D. F. Thompson nd 1 title
daughter, Nancy KUzabeth, iron
Boylo are visiting Mrs. N. A. Garner
from a thro moniha atav trtrmifi
.lndlina n minnl.. "..., ho ao.,.. h..
la bo nlac ilk- ivd.ir nb.
Mr. Kennedy Itogers sold to Jim
r?ro nair. f nin . miu
for 1750 and one good brood mare to
Plnlv TlnlUrd for nr.n
Miss Halli0 Brown and Mr. Arthur
i.,, fr..m i,r.ir v.jI(n.i mi..
..v,. .. U..M. ..u...u ....o..
i.iu i.wm-r i.iat ouuuu). . if. .-new
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M.-in., -oo.n, , , n, ..r... ,
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'" Joh bt1cpnh prf,,0Jn the
Alllpgo; Diclc Chandler to Wade pro-
pcrty; J. A. Uunnwsiy to Heno' Cnt
I Mrs. Sallllo J. Penulugton haa re
lumed from a vls'.t to her daughter
Mrs. E. O. Singleton.
Mr. J. II. I'aynter of lxndon wa
hc-ro last week. He bought of B. P
ltoltzclaw a car load of corn and hay
1 Galvani Friday Night
OREAT HYPNOTIST TO BE SEEN
IN STANFORD AGAIN.
I run'. Calviiiii the eminent lopno-
tit. mul mind under wl.o will fill u
PUB'i'i'"'"! t the opera houso Frl
ny "lt has succeeded In cretin
the usnnl interest, and will n6 doubt
V io P "1 Tlierc lh
something -about (inlvanl's woik tbul
bntiids him tho supcilor of nil demon
ntrutors or his art, and those -who at
, lend his performances to scoff, Tv
main to marvel at tlx: truly wonderful
and ncomprehenslblo real performed
As this I, h!,. ti.ii.l unpearanco new
.pricen have been reduced to in 20
I . n
und 30 cents.
CUT IT OUT
Th fellows that ralso tobacco
I Havo planned to cut It out.
And swapping news by telopUone,
llllgb rates haw cut It out.
Tho merry Clink of Jolly glass.
lut If you tell a good start Joke,
yMt fool cries eut It out.
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Ttve kctow cut It out.
These, are cutting times I tell you.
And trwaias still cut tbo aweepe,
put BtBCn Bw'opa has swiped a dia
Ho Bwalw it. Ikits. for keep.
Ito either acute or t&ro&lc kWnoy
dlxirdr. fwr aaaoTtM and palaul
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