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The Stanford Interior Journal.
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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27th, 1910.
J1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE
PHONE FIGHT NOW
UP TO THE COURTS.
CITV TO ATTEMPT TO FORCE
EA8T TENNESSEE TO 8E.
CURE A VALID FRAN-
The fight agalnit the Hast Tennes
see Tflophnnn Comp.in In Hlnnford
In order to necure a reduction In the
Increase In rstei, In to be wared be
fore the court. The City Council Is
rolnc to tell A telephone franchise
und if the Hast Tennessea Company
does not bur It, will bo Riven a renson
Able time to secure one or be notified
to remove It notes from thu streets
Following of tbe Court of Appeals fn
the Frankfort caw, the company will
be given three months In which to
comply, thin being considered n ren
onablo time In view of the phone
company' long occtipsiiuy ot Ute City.
The whole question at Issue He in
whether thu East Tennessee Company
has a Alld frnntlflse In the city of
Hlnnford The company claim i( ban
wlille .Mayor Florence, and ihq City
Father do not bellcye thnt It has.
On that jiolnt will the Usun lie, for
ouUldu of tbiit the cases of KUnford
and Frankfort are parallel, and tho
lctory of the city of Fmnkfort means
that Stanford can force the company
to come to time, If It Is proven tbat
the phono people are doing business
V!i,?.Wl!.h0,!.t fr"ch!f ,l ,
buhle that a special attorney vrlll be
vuii'iuj ru uj iuc vuy iu irustt:uiu
tnis rase, for be outcome means a
ereal deal to the people of tbo com
nunlty and everything possible should
t.e done. It Is fell, to wage the Issue
to a nuccessful termination If possible
Nothing definite Kan been done an
et low u id the formation of an Inde
pendent phone company, here for thi
reason that the business men and cltl
iri'i.s generally do not want to hare
lo phono syMema In tbe eltr nnd do
not want to take nny step which
might lend to tbat undeslralilo con.
Ultlon, until the legal stafm ot the
company which U In oncrntion here
now Is fully ascertained
A number of the groceries boron
putting In their phones again early In!
I lie week and as tbe matter now Is'
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- mn iiivi sin i r mi iinvn uui
(bones, and Mill pay tho new and
higher rate iinlll the courts have act
ni In the matter and have Indicated
,ut what are the rights or tbo com-iiatiy
Mayor Florence Is determined to! "
r-ucb the matter to a final decision Rev Jos llallou was "' yeais young
and In this he has the support and lat Saturday, and In celebration of
active backing of practically every that event he has Issued a challenge
dtlren ol the community Hvcryoncfiu a footrace to any min within
seems detlrous of having this matter, live years of his age There are.
kettled once and for all so that thnmlglity lew men In this or any other
people miy know just what to ex
BETTER LUCK WHEN
COMES IN KENTUCKY.
I. Wearen Hucbei. or Stanford,'
vho U mnKlng good as city passenger
n,crnt ot the U & N. at Mompbls
1c nil, went hunting the other day.
The Memphis News Scimitar tells
tho btcry under big headlines as fed.'
il UGH k-S A HUNTER BUT IS TOO
T'amptd many Miles In Two
Out Uagued only Four Innocent l
Alter tiamplng 100 miles In two
) (at Jeiikt he sas he feels llko'
I ) woktinrt valuable ammunition, los I llnnthe Hyomcl; It Is guaranteed
lng his filendn, U W liaghes. the,1')' - ' l'nny 'r catarrh, coughs,
convivial .ity pajwenger agent of tbe colds, asthma and catrrhal deafness
I k N rallioad, roturucd to Memphis 'Complete outllt which includes lu
ll In murnlug ftom an alleged huntlnj: ' al". " x"le 50 cent,
tilp nci.r N'cwbern, Tvnn. Jlr. Hughe ' lbo morning subjec' SundJy at the
dd not com back empty handed ! aUt church will be "A New Com
be It far from such On the contrary. '""'" Sunday evening "How
ho brough' four (t) blida with him, l5o1 Ji'UfleA Blnners."
the fruits of bin kill as a hunter. I
When tbe tucis In the cabe became "J"- rl)olr or the Raiillst church will
Itnovm thu mornln In thn 1 i- N. of.' meet at the home of Mrs. J. 8 Rice
fie tr.-i usual quiet, peaculul atmos
I here of the place was not to be
lx)ok heie, HugheV exclaimed 8.
, ut.Mit, iiiinimi firiniii ngcut. ''lay
wile Is expecting to bavei birds fur
' nner loulgbt She remarked this
Pi.rnirF uini i. uu.u m,x uo ..rv-..
kiy w timer any meai in-uay, as you (,'rt coach dog. Itewird tor return to
vvoild be buck with tho blfdtf you'J C Reynold, City. 7.".
Iiniiilk-'d to bring me when you left
It k"eum nt range that 0't aliould not
tome lark fiorv N'owbern, where birds
;nM on thn trees, with only four gpeel
1 an. inigoiy korry, Jir moui. re-)n
neu iiiiKiH". uiu i jui iiaiuiau.iekiuelice next .vionu.iv nieernoon ni
.iiuldu t iln '
".Nin.-, uuii t trj to IU this up by
making cxi-uki-u,"hroKo lu George Mc
Lean, I've koo ahead und made nr
rangemeuia mi uii uiru uniuer yuu H,i,K t,cr sstei. Mrs. l.on Polk nt
pioiulbt'il to-night The oysters and Ultche'lsbti'ij. wlJIe Prof. Ireland at-
olives Iism bi'.n oidered nnd I'vo got U'lidcd the Odd Fellows meetliiK at
a chef veiling lot the blio. Thought '"'" "" My-
ou kno how to hunt." Twj noa rooU(( f nM H my ,.,,,,.
I lull jou I couldn't Und any bliU,ldcnit ,, tja,, venue. Mrs. J. K
luslsted Hu&hey "I tramped about I.ynu.
4U0 miK'g lu two days and brought' ., "77 "".7 71 .
" ... .'... i Mm. D. M. Robinson, of London was
linen tliii only birds I haw. nero Tnunili0y wlt Mr, Hna ,MrB. sain
Can ou tent that?" remaiked Mt- Uobliuon.
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Lean, uiter a lull In tho conversation.,
"'o. i ran't beat thot record" said
Mr Stout "Wliacs tne nunioer o.
Hit meat market?" '
Pictures. Go to itowuna ror gooa
and cheap pictures only CO cents per
doten, Frank Cordier,
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Fresh roasted peanuts ni New land's
ivery day. 6-2
Hook your orders now for Anierl
ton fencing and save the spring d
vantage. Geo. It. Farrl
Nice lot of Myers pumps at W. K.
Warner's the plumber and tinner
Hlnnford, Ky. 6 4.
Krmem.-Ouy Vulcan and Glbbs'
Imperial Plow, all kinds of gras
seed, and International Htock, and
Poultry rood, from Fence Bros.
Just received a fresti supply of wall
poper. J. It. Dearley
Best companies, lowest rates. In
sure your property today with R. M.
Mis Margaret Miller, of Richmond
It tho guest of her aunt, Mr. Molllc
J 1) Farrls wan ovei from Dan
ville to see his brother, II. C Karri
Wednesday. He leaven the first of
tbo week to Join Mrs. Fartls In Or
lando, Florid .
Postmaster J. C Florence Is rzlng
tbe two old brick houses back of tho
court house near tbo Baptist church
and will erect two handnome coMagen
0ll ,n, ,te
'PHONE 'YOUR ORDER8
, TO iCS.
T. D. NEWLAND.
For rent Blacksmith shop in More
land; good location for the right man
App"fa to Mrs Prlscllla Brown, More-
Don't forget. Let me Uulld thai
home for yoti this sprlngiaV can
piec you Will Stone., Contractor
We have plenty of coal nt Ibe right
P Joocsiiaufumnn, .ui.remuu, i
.the King call yard. 6S.
lost Mile hoc weight about 275
Reward for return to Adolph or Al
beit on Grucnlpnn. 7-3.
Mrs Adolrh Von Gruonlgan ha
count) who aro as tprjr for thclt years
as this popular preacher-farmer and
80 far no one has appeared who keems
anilous to accept his challenge though
home of the "town boys' are groom
,lng Col. I W Rout for nuch an event,
and tellAn that he would be right
there at the finish whether be was
tlrt under the wire or noL
The Ladies' A'l Society ),t tho
Presbyterian, church will meet Filday
afternoon nt two o'clock with. Mrs.
J T. Kmbrj-
lJSnn Kerner. secretary of the
Kentucky Stato Anti-Tuberculosis So
ciety will be In Stanford next Tuea
day, the 31st, and will address the
public. F.eryone Is Invitted Includ
ing tlia e.lty and county official and
thu civic and church societies ot
.tty. J. G. Carpenter
Friday Evening 7 P, M. The Agogu
lilble class will aUo meet at Mrs.
Rice's at the same time.
hound. Sterllnc sliver handle tonth
brush on tb Somerset pike. Owner
ctin get It at Hils nfrire by paving for
this mlv 7-3
,lrajfrt or Sten.-Smali spot-
For Sale. About 10.000 old brick
lor sale mmc quick If you want them
J. C Florence. Stanford, 6-S.
Ail tboso denlrlnr to take lsons
,,Kh crocie, v, mwt mp at my
o'clock. Mm W. N. Crulg.
Mih I V. Irclnml and UUU) tluut;h
thor LurlK spent tho tilphl with hor
mnthui Wrw C flrlnutAiiil. ulin 1b
"'", ,......w....f - .-
rAneMUa nstt-.i a net
L. ., ., n. . 11 .111
From Rev. II. Btubenvoll. Allison,
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r., 1.. ni-nu nf n. Kin..'. Nnv i.if
pll'ls Tll..re ,ucll a tiealtti necessity,
In every home these pills shou be.
tr omer unas you-vo triea in vain,
USF. DR. KINO'8
at Penny's Drug store.
AOAINST BIO APPROPRIATION
Congietsman Harvey Helm vsns
ogalixnt the appropriation for aero
planes for the United Utatcn army
just made by cougrcs and had somo
portlncnt words to say on tbe subject
when the bill was under discussion.
Tbe Washington Times said of it'
Aeroplanes, balloons, the Mate of
unprepnredncss tor war, tha North
Pole, and Walter Wcllman were tho
diversified subjects upon which tho
House talked for several hours before
tho final passage of the army appro
priation, which was amended feo as to
Authorize an expenditure) of JU.'i.OOO
for the purchase aud operation of
aeroplanes Iccjinny use.
Waller Wellmnn was dragged'lnto
tbe debate by Hcpicsentative liclin of
Kentucky, who was against the appro
priation, and who described Wcllman
as "Sir Walter Wellnian, tbe man who
Is always trying stunts but never gels
anywhere." Protesting against tho
$S5,0'jO appropriation an a waste of
money, Mr Helm, to tbe evident
amuneircnt or the House, said
"1 am not afmld of an Invasion or
this country by a flock or aeroplanes
from Aslu or any other nation. Sup
pose wc bad 10,000 aeroplanes In their
rrescnt imbryonlc state of develop
ment, supposo Cermanw had 1,000.000
Franco twice the number, and Enp
laud 1,000,000. What would come of
"Take ll.ln Sir Walter Wcllman. for
Instance. He captured the North Pole
ncvernl limes, but never got anywhere
Ho was going to fly utroas the ocenn,
but be came back It has been demon
ftroleil lhat If there' any man In the
United States who Is willing to pull
Etuiilk It Is this Sir Walter"
Mini Mary Hmce of Stanford linn
been vlsltlnp Mm Carroll nalley nnd
Mrs John McCnrley continues qu'to
Mr T I Culton In -till on tbe slcl;
Mrs. Curtu. Cover entertained a
number of her young friends Monday
evening In honor of the tho'lUhJjlrth
cnt were .Misses Kllen Holmes, Ulr
He Perkins. Mamie Holmes, Lucille
Morgan. Mi-I.nadla Chidwlck vlrgsrr
Thou und Charlie Moore.UIUIe G. Hoi
man. Jack. Perkins, Harmon Kimball,
Tom 11, nronnugh. lMvvnrd Kdmlstnn,
Tile Crab Orchard lloi Club gave
n dance last Frldav night The) wort
Mad to have with them so many vood
dancers from Stinfonl mill oilier
to At, a
Mm. lohn Cummins nnd sister Mrs
Stigall Ale vinltlcc their parents Mr I
nnd Mrs A. H Rutin.
Mrs J. C Italley and sister Ml;
--ey. C"lnr!.a.,nrt.at , "J?"1
nfternoon In honor of their guest Mlsn
Mary Bruce. Thone present we'e
llkan. flnk .i.l Tl.. .1 f..1ll 1 .-.
Mag limec, .Mrs Wallace Cover and
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Mrs lr. Dick
Mr I) C. Payne ban returned from
a wU t. Mlddlenboio nnd Corbln.
.Miss Kitbiyne nronniigh Is nt homo
on a visit to ber pirents Mr. and
Mrs I;. 11 BronAugh.
Miss F.llza Pollock, aged 7.1 years,
died nt her home near Crab Orchard
Monda) or stomach trouble after a
lengthy lllneks. She was an aunt or
T W Napier, postmaster or Crab
Orchard, and a most estimable Chris
tlan woman Her remains were laid to
rest in tbo Goshen cemetery Tuesda).
The lollowlng provisions or the con
tract between the cltv of Stanford and
the Wnter, Light & ico Company, art
published by direction ot the city
If any or the street lights rail to
bum and are not made to do so In
o hour after sstlca of t-'ie fnilurp
Is given to Mr. (1. U Penny or Mr. B.
F. Ilout, the cltv In to have credit
on tb sum to be pild tor tbe lUhts
bv S per night for oich 1 ght that so
tall, but no credit Bball be nlloivcd
unle?s Mr. Penny or Mr. Bout ure
iiollfled or tbe failure by the nnishal
vltbin 24 hours after he in notified
Th original notice of lalture may
be given bv any citizen verbally or bv
telephone. Public notlco is to be giv
en tq the citizens of Stanford that
they are requested to rpirt to Mr
I'enn) or Mr. Rout verbally or bv file
phone all failures of lights to burn
Hint tnny come under their observa
tlon and If the trouble Is not rrin
dled within an tour to roiort that
1 ict to tbo uvirdlul
. ClnclntiVl. Jan 2.1. Cuttle -Receipts
7&8; inaiket dull. lOjtICc lower
filr to good slilppen JV'IVU.25: con
mnn l.r.0fl Hogs Receipt ?,C07:
market slendy; butchers and shlppcis
S.Uo8,10 common $7.S5 HV.'.Y sheep
Receipts C'j; miirket steady, K2-K')
1.15 Limb? Market stndy J Iff
F Roberts nud Win Cummins, of
PreaLhetsville tectlon, lost a
wheel from their buggy when n homo
"ley wefe leading scared at the moru-i
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lag L. & N.. train Wednesday and
mg I.. Ft; train v euuesuay anu
dashed Into the vehicle, breaking tho
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i .irI5 Z i7wwJZ
and returned nome. Lucnuy neitner
28 CAR LOADS (IF
CO SOUH IN ONE SHIPMENT TO
BIO MARKETS ARE ALWAYS
Twent)-elght car load; ot Kentucky
mules passed south over the Cincin
nati Southern railroad ' through thin
county the first of tho week, en route
to tho Georgia, nluketn. The train
which carried them waula1 solid "mule
trnln,' Othef largo Mfpment have
been made to the Southern mule mar
kcts lately, the trains Jbclng largely
lsdcn with the long earea htbrld. but
the 28 car loads' believed to bo some
thing of a record Averaging 25 mulos
to the car this would mean one ship
ment alone or 700 mules.
Col. l-.'uccne Ulskemofe. ol Hbelbv-
vllle, Tenn, nn extensive farmer and
mulo buver 'Iron! .this auction, wis In
Lincoln Wednesday and told of seeing
this large shipment goln to the south
Ho came up expressly to negotiate
with J K and Jonen Hnuihmnn of
the W'est Cnd for n cur load of
"Mlsfourl In coming rapidly to tbe
front an a mule statu," said Cot Make
more, but no matter how many they
raise there, thev will never be able
to supplant the Kentucky and Tennes
see mule The mules from these two
elates have a reputation that makes tuo time of. his death. He, came of
them valuable anywherev The M Is-; patriotic stock, bis paternal grand
rourl mules seem sluggish and stupid i rnther hnvlns fought In the Revolu-
beside the mules you raffe here, nnd' .OT,nrv Wnr Mr Farmer removed n
thev cannot take the soutWrn nmrkcl I ''onnry W,Br - ATmcr removed to
tway from them." . Missouri In 1S5G, ana engaged In
Col niakemore says that (he large;
Cotton markets ralccd In recent years
southern farmers have made money,
nnd ere constantly necdifig mules In
thlr woik, which Is baiel on the anl-
inals and quickly wear; them out,
m nrBnnTnUn,rn" """ V t0CK h
May He Live To 100.
SQUIRE DUDOERAR CELEBRATES
HIS 91ST BIRTHDAY.
I'robubly the oldest man lu the1
iv i . n t sl Iij Cnlllra TninAa lit rl il An i s t I
celebrated his 9tst birthday a few
In-law," Mr L, B Owens. :ln tne Mc
Kinney section The I J., has been
endeavoring to secure a picture of J muabetti Bailey, sIMcr of George t-',t National Bank building a beautl
bis popular gentleman, but has not ........ ... ., .... ... .... ...... i.,i ci,.ir. r .. c,nrin. -na j,
betn nhle to do so to date, no will I
tell of his lelebration anyhow
Col Reuben Williams inc or his
besl frlpndii unn tirtpn
nAMu-ll. tvwA ,nM im,iw Mrl
Aood time, sitting down to a genuine
Kentucky old fashioned dinner, for .
which the people In the West Knd The deceased was a man ot high
are so tanious. qualities, kind and charitable, public-
Although over a bcore past man's aiwav- leadv to assist
allotted span of three score and ten P11111 an" alas leauy to assihi
yeorn. Squire Dudderar in an voutbruliln leglmate local enterprises. He
as many men arc his age. He still I was a man wro united sound
reada his Interior Journal twice a
week without the aid of glasses, nnd i f miDttntly fitted to mould the rude
do fnie,hlgatahe0Up.east;s.rarHe was I dements of pioneer society Into form
heartily congratulated bj his mr,nyand consistency, and aid In raising,
Irlenda linon renehlnc his Jlet tnlln.in hl. aianrlnr,) nt rlllxpiishln Ttow
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"! .rumms win jii uiuu-in
jBtone. and alt wlh that no may round
few remaining Mexican War veterans
tew remaining .Mexican War veterans
In tne Co.intry and probnblv the only
rne left In Lincoln county
nill HAin e?rr iiAuvi.rl ia
The Cincinnati Ktinulrer said Sun
The Queen & Crescent roale. It wim
announced In Cincinnati yesterday,
will have a new feeder In the near
luture. as the Cincinnati and Nash-
vllle railroad, n reatcinlialion nf thn '
Overton County nallroad will build a i
Ivv to Somerset a distance ot 76
miler. The new line will be heavy
v.ork including rock work, one tunnel
two i-tecl bridges and one trestle
Tbe Hue tap I ol. coal and tlmbor
lild. which will come throush to Cin
cinnati. At the precent time th linn Is 19
Miles long, running between I.lv'nsn
ton and Igood Tern. At thn latter
town it connect- with the Tennensee
Central. The general ortlces or the
company nie In NasbvillA,
The road has. been In tbe hands or a
receiver. W. W. Yateraan Is Suporln
tendent, with headquarters at Livings,
TRACKED BY A LETTER.
Tracked to Ocala. Fin . Wlltlaiu
DunivanL wanted In Laurel county on
the ciiufe of misappropriating $1,009
rrom P. C Jones, baj been arrested
Requisition papeis for hi return to
Kentucky were Issued to-d.iv by Gov
ernor Wlllson. The handwriting on a
letter to- a friend In Laurel county
led lo the discovery of bis wher?
KILL MORE THAN Wl-D BEASTS.
The number or people killed yearly
by wild beasts don't approach tbe
vas.1 numberr killed by disease genus
No III.) Is safe irom their attacks
Thev'ie In air, water, dust, even rood
But prund protection Is afforded by
1'lectrlc Bitters, which destroy and
expel these rteauly dtKeaiso germs
Irom the syteni. That's why chills,
lever argue, all malarial and many
blood dlcaseg yield promptly to this
vvonderlul blood purifier Trv Miein
and enjov tho glorious health ana
nuw strength they'll Five you. Money
back, It not satisfied. Only CO cents
at Penny's Drug Store.
LOOK FOR THE BEE HIVE
,,., ,h ,n77 iv.
ley's Honoy and Tar for coughs ond.ami Irrroquent. tarted using Foley'a
rnlrfy Nr.im eennlna without tho liee
lvo. Reu ember the name. Foley's
HoUfcy auj Tar Bntj r0ject nny sub-'and
stilute. Shugars Tanner.
Cousin Of Dink Farmer.
BORN IN LINCOLN PASSES AWAY
AFTER LONG LIFE, IN CALIFORNIA.
Dink F)fncr, Lincoln coun
TJJ'ilng and pleasure trip. wrUes the
Ftf liragr. Wlfnr thi' death , 'nter,r Journa' Bn ,nlere8t,ns ,etter
thereof hlscousln, Hon. L. P. Fanner ;deBCrlpl,V0 ot Wichita Falls. Texas,
vho was lorn In Lincoln county and.w,h.lcl1 '" ono of tho Progressive little
left, here many jcars ago lor tbei
iroalen west, pie made a fortune
there, and became one or the raont
prominent citizens of his community.
Many or the older residents of this
section will remember him The
Yuba City paper aald of his death:
Death has called another o'd
pioneer and ono whom all knew and
highly respected. Lewis P. Farmer,
whoso Illness has been severe for
the past e.ir or two, paused away at
his home near O'Banlon Corners In
tbfs county, last Tuesday, and his
taking oft leaves another place va
cant In the ranks of the substantial
citizens of Sutter county.
Mr. Farmer was born In Lincoln
county, Kentucky, February 7th,
1834, being over "6 years of age at
farming and in 1864 near the close of
the Civil War came to California byiD:,-'n &l'cnt In building a pdvilllon ho-
-"u. " " uiuiuujrmi.-ui uu o -,-. ......,
the Hock Farm the old home ot.'o wrd cbooln besides a 160,000.00
General Sutter, and later bought a! high school, a business college aud an
tract of land where his prent home ncademy for girls conducted by the
" io"- ""'owed the farming suiers or sa Jlary. Six railro.-uls
Industry having good success, as he
was progressing and painstaking.
.Mr. Farmer always took an active
Interest In public affairs and wa Su-
pcrvlnor ot this county for eight
(years, serving as Chairman of the
Board. He was also one ot the prln-
clpal workers In the Anti-Debris
Association, which put a check on
Mr. Farmer was married Novem-
ber 27. 1861. In Missouri to M1si
5a"el- a' ol U,,B couul'- u "
had five children, four or whom are
llvinc Lee J Farmer. Mrs. Kmily,
c Carpenter, and Mr Alice Man-,hm
6cl of ,hU """ and Mrs
Laramcro of Chlco
tenso with fetrone convictions, and
fil.l In ralufnp .
nigh smnuaru ui i ui.cunuii' nu
mutll (ne community owes him an I
fUcn as ho' " ls lmpolble to eMI-
mate, though It would bo a grateful
raate, tuougn 11 wouiu o u sruiciui
task to trace his influence thiough
nmn of tbo more direct channels, to
bold him up in his various charao-
lera of husband and father, or neigh
tor and friend, to sneak of chllr
en he ba8 reared to perpetuate his
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,lamu uuu "' --
The funeral will take place tbl
LViilav mornlntr from the residence.
services being held at 10 o'clock It
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l.ot. black and white spottol dog
white ring arounu necic. uiacic speewn kW) the kidneys well and they will
in white spots. J Kenney. Moitv.kecp you well. Doan's Kidney PJU
land Kv.. It. D. No 1 at
FOR LA GRIPPE COUGHS AND
Take Fulev'a Honey und Tnr It gives
quick relief nnd expels the cold from
your system It ccontalns no opiates.
Is fo and sure. Shugrs &. Tanner
Prof Fd C, Fox a prominent educa-
. V ...i .i ..... .-i,t.. cim, ixiHiirj ruin wrui ni once l" eun root
tor of nce""'"m",d "'", ol the trouble and entirely relieved
tLUKA"Kt, " ?i? bam- CaU '! .' "e not the slightest heslta,
known for his act
E8CAPED WITH HIS LIFE
T.Ueh -AtiA vnuri trn I tnroi nn
ft T1 J-V ." - ..- -. .
nwtul deatn." wnieu Mrs.it u. .nr-;rents Foster-.MIIburn Co. Buffalo
tin. Port Htirrelsou. C- C-. ' Doctors Now York, sole agents ror the United
cald I bad consumption nnd tbo diead states
till cough I had looked like It, suie, Hemeniber the nime Ooan a and
inousb I tried everything, I could ,nhe no other.
hea, er. for my cough, and was under
thn treatment or tho bent doctor in
ilecrgctown, S C. lor n year, but
could get no teller A friend advised
me to try Dr. Kink' New Discovery
J ,dM. .?' L" T'' ,,' ,.!uC,l
throat ard lung cure.-' its positively
puaruntPd tor counhs. colds, mid all
broi'chlal ntfectlons. .0 cents & It
Tilal bottle fre.. nt Penny's Drus
Al.p.opMntlons ilgregatng IIH.U'll 1 -. . ... -" 7;au,r()cd var
woio made to ten universities and col- Lavvreiiceburg. charged with attem pt iflch ni'o v
legi's at tho eighth annual meeting ofjng (0 assault u lady. It was neeftn-L.e,fara tf
the General Education Board at New y ((j B)lrU hfm ((j Ij0,llVn,0 to Is doing n 8o
York. 'rvn n mnli from lvnihillir lillil ' CryOnn la RI
. ..... .i.n, urh.n vnnr kidneys
IlLUHIU Jtl .. ..-v.. ---
ore nlfccted. your life Is In dapger.
M. Mayer. Rochester. N Y., aays.
"My trouble Btartcd wltn u, sharp
fchooting pain over my back which
grew worse eiuuy 1 leu utiu
?i.et mv kidney action was Irregular
! KUlllBV Pills.
L'ach dose seemed to
put wore lite and atrenctl into me
now I am completely cured aud
reel better nnl stronger tbnn for yearo.
WRITES INTERESTING LETTER
FROM TEXAS TOWN.
Maurice M. Perkins, or Crab Orch
ard, who la In the west on a proa-
cities of tho Lone Star State Mr.
Wichita Falls, Texas
To My Kentucky Friends:
Will write you a short let
ter concerning 'Wichita Falls tho fast
est growing nnd most enterprising
city of northwest Toxns Reached here
last Sunday nnd have not bad time to
find out all the good thlnes Wlchltn
Falh Is tho county seat of Wichita
count, located In the northern part of
the state in miles north west of Fort
Worth closo to the Oklahoma line It
is a city of 10.000 people, haj on up to-
date street railway system oporatlng
m line cars as can bo found In the
outhwcbt which bosldes covering tho
principal part of the county extends
to Lako Wichita which Is 6 miles
southwest a beautiful artificial lako
covcriup about 3,000 acren which
serves as a water supply for the cltj
and irrigation purposed The ground
surrounding is also a haven for tho
pleasure seekers I2o0,000.00 having
erve the city this being the division
'point of all, the Tctrolla gas field
only 1G miles distant furnishes gas In
unlimited qualities. It Is one of the
most reliable sources lu the south,
All the leading religious deuomlna
tlf,us bavo places or worship, three
laving recently built new houses nt n
cost ot from 125,000 to $35,000 each
and two others will build in tbe near
future a few tulldInB of note who
"e ow nennng completion are me
-;--- - -"-- --- --
"cent wnicn will cost xisu.oou, tne
Westland hotel on which the owner
9pcnr"Wo,000, the Union Pasen
Hstclle Rcr depot which will reach tbe S100.
000 mark, two laige brick factories
costlnp $100,000 each a freight depot
nnd niachlne sopa. Tho cltv has four
fcank a largo flouring mill, two Ico
,, , ,
P'311 and " m". cotton press, ginb.
phming mills, roundry and inachliio
shops, candy factory, steam laundries.
two dally papers
whch I fall to m
A Jl.000,000 p
n rertalnt.. fia tho
and other inductrlei
make a list of.
A f t fiAA OAA nn.1rlnf nlfin, aA.m.
" J. " ,. I" "?': ,. . , .
u tciroiuiy as eue rcijuneu uuiius una
been raised and contract signed also
an automobile factory will probably
b added to the list before the year
n auueo to ine hsi ueioro me year
la ended. Friends I am not a roal
estate neent. no- an nitvertlalnp mnn
iust an Innocent bystander.
M. 31 PERKINS.
WHY SO WEAK.
Kidney Troubles May be Sapping Your
Life Away. Stanford People
Have Learned This Fact.
When a healthy man or womau be-
run down without apparent
become weak, languid depress
ed, suffers backache, headache, dlzzv
spells and urinary disorders, kidney
weaKnes may be tlle cauge of ,t M
urp sicu Kiuneys ana Keep
sick kidneys and keep them
Can Stanford readers demand
further proof than tho following state
Mrs. T. 'S. Klklni New Danville
Pike, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I feel
very grateful to Doan's jetuney pllln
for the benefit they brought mo. Sty
back was very lame and thero was a
iuiibUui twin i my nack Doan's
Kidney Pills went at once to tbe root
tlon In recommending Doati's KldneV
Pills, an I know that they live up to
all the claims made to them.'"
tMr sale by nil dealers. irice CO
jhe jjouse passed a bill glvjig
,ura route carriers nn Increase In
ba)ary or St 00 a year,
The Danville Advocate says-
montb-s ago Gov. A E. Wilson Issued
a pardon to Dick Bentley, who vvaa
serving a lite sentence In the pent
( tontlary under the habitual criminal
Uist week he was captured at,
I"" ' " " "
1 ..t.A.,Ank a nml. frnni Ivmi i I SI ltlstt '
TT h! r."e S" 'T'
at Rhelhvvllln ami thn Ivnchlnr theia
I'iriCIlt U IUUU IIVI1I IJIIV.UIIIK HIIHW" - 0-x irs.ww.. "Ill' T
- - ra 1
followed. Gov. Wilson should not
h hnblta, cmIia8 upon tin'
For elthor acute or chronic kidney
sorders. ror annoying and tialnul
disorders, for annoying
urinary Irregularities take Foley Kid-
P.y ?, An honest nnd effectlye
medicine for kidney and bladder dls-
wders Shugtw & Tanner.
An nonest nnu euecuve
THOUGHT IT A
BUT GERMAN WAS ONLY SUFFER
ING FROM ECZEMA BOARD
OF HELATH ACTS.
Residents or Moreland nnd the West
Knd thought they had a case of lepro
sy In their midst and for several
weeks tryy nave cnrcfnlly avoided tha
residence of a German by the name
of Toga, who has lived a rather se
eluded life two miles out from that
hustling little city.
Complaint was made to County Judg
James V. Bailey or tho case, so he
and Dr. J. O Carpenter, or the Ken
tucky Medical Association, visited tbe
man and examined him. Dr. Carpen
ter made a careful diagnosis and
round that the man Is suffering from
an aggravated case ot chronic eczema,
ot the hands feet and limbs. So there
Is no cause for nny alarm on the part
ot the people of that section. Togn's
wile died several years ago aud be
Is said to have three children In Ger
many. tbo Lincoln Board of Health met
here on Wednesday to take action
ncaln?t the spread of contagious dis
eases. The following minute was giv
en the Interior Journal:
lhe Lincoln County Hoard ot
Health met today, this the 25th, in
Judge Bailey's oftlce and elected mm
chairman, Dr. J. G. Carpenter was
elected secretary ot the board aud
County Health Officer. Tho local
Board of Health for Lincoln county
Is composed ot Judge Bailey, Squire
John A. Singleton, King's Mountain,
Dr. L F. Jones, Crab Orchard, Dr T
H. Singleton, atcKlnney, and Dr. J. G
Carpenter, Stanford. It shall be tbe
duty or any or the board to visit and
Inspect the property or residence or
business place or any citizen where
a nuisance or a communicable, con
tnclous, Infectious or epidemic dis
ease exist or Is supposed to exist
or to abate unsanity conditions that
will produce diseases All physicians
of the county or adjacent counties
practicing In Lincoln county and
heads of families shall report the
above disease to tho local board ot
health or to come to one or its mem
bers at once within "4 hours tor pen
alty for not doing so $10 to 1100 for
each day's neglect. Where dlptherla.
membraneous croup, scarlet rever, or
atartatlna, measles, typhoid fever vel
low fever, cholera, tuberculosis ery
sipelas, measles, roseola, mumps exist
tbe bead of the ramiir and attending
physician must place a red fla? and
when smallpox exists, a yellow nag
must be placed by said parties.
JA3. P. BAILKY. Chairman.
L. FnANK JONES. TIL D,
T. H. SINGLETON," M. D.
J. G. CARPENTER, M. D.
CONTINUES GOOD AT FIRST
Tbo marriage licenso market, wblca
was tbe best last year. 30 louaty
Clerk Geei. B. Cooper says. In a Ion
lime, has held up well In the naw
year, and tbe demand tor licenses has
been -very brisk and satisfactory
Marshall Hutchison and Gertrude
Long a popular young couple of tbe
Highland section, secured license nere.
aud were made one at the bone of
F. M. Long, on Jan. 1st.
Win. Stevens, and Miss Martha El
Us Maron were married at Dai Ma
11BO3 on the 8th In the presence of 1
number ot friends who wished them
James Martin and alias Dora Comp
ton, were married 0,1 the 8th af the
homo of the bride's father, and hare
tba best wishes of many friends. Jack
son Pollard and MIbs Norma WlUon
were united heart and hand fr aye
at the home of James Wilson, fitter
of tho .bride in the Crab Orchard sec
tion, on the 8tb. Both are very popu
lar "with all who knew them and have
the best wishes or everyone.
Kobb Martin, nnd Miss Bessie Suit h
of the Gieen river section, were mad
one on tbe 11th and were congratulat
ed by many warm friend.
rtioipaa Jenkins and Mlsn My 1 tie
Wall secured license, hore and wore
married on the 18th nt the hom ot
J, M Coo'i In the Wajn sburit sec
.In.. '.. ,-.- . , w..,.tt.
.... ...jr wT? luau &."'il iriiugi
for complete happlnness.
Mr J. L. Reynolds and Miss Anna
D, Bpoonamore, drove over to Lancas
ter, Wednesday afternoon and were
quietly married. Rev. F. SI. Tinder of
ricbitlng. Air. Reynold Is a clever
Industrious tanner, honorable and hon
est to ibe llm(t of the word, while his
bride Is possessed of genuine wbman
ly quiilltle a kind disposition and In
dustrious nature, who will make in-iK-ed
u helpmate to the man, who
makes her his choice. They will go
at once to housekeenlntr. on Fall Lick
'pike near Lancaster.
A FINE SCHOOL.
, Without eloubt one of the vey host
public schools In tbe state In tbat
at Junction City To begin with the
structure occupies a commanding emi
nence In the little city at the cross
roads ot the two great trunk lines,
and the trustees have taken imluj
to bee that the building Is splendidly
anu lacKing in nominx
go toward promoting the
e punl s. -nt. Ureedlu
frttntr n vftMl us1 KI nnn nnrt au
"... QSVU "VIA L.tin Jtl tUlA -f-
PrVrtHA Ifl lTta.ttlV nlAtlflAil Uflth thu
"-d'an'effs ."r JopTdT
I McConnell. Catherine. St., Umlrv
N. Y. writes. "I wish to express m
appreciation of the great good I de-
rtveu rrom Foiey'n Kidney Reined
which 1 used for a bed case or KIdpev
trouble. Mv bottle dfil the wnrir
most effectively nnd proved to be
beyond douot It is the moit ridiubM
beyond doubt It is the
kldner medicine I have
Shugars t- Tanner
ever takn '
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