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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 11.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10th, 1911.
1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
) l-JV '
MUCH INTEREST IN
Prominent Casey Citizen
DIES AT HIS HOME AT MIDDLE-
MANY CANDIDATES FOR DEMO. DURG OTHER LATE NEW8
CRATIU NOMINATIONS AL
READY FIXING FENCES.
L & N. MAY CD.
RAILROAD TO CHANGE WATERING
ARRANGEMENTS AT 7HI8
Mldillcburg, Fob. 8.
AUI.rn.RU It U (wo ynrs bororr noml " A- Minn ,llcd nt ,,,s l,0", m,ro
nation., will bo i.m.ln ...in !.. ., Thursday Feb. 2nl. nged 7U years. Ilo
L. aartn - ol.il. xnlli trutt ilnv l.nt n ,ni'l
great ,k-S1 or talk about democratlo "-''-'"-i -.. KnihvIo rnroad nt this point on
eniMldhtf. in Lincoln Just now; In n.tnok of pnciimon lawn too much for ,., Krmvl0 aivMm aro n ,
. .11, . ftf lilt. hcrA "ITnnlA Itji-ft" nj In. I
In n fow months
Important chnngos In the wnterlng
arrangements of tlio Louisville and
Incl loc.il politics la discussed nlmost ono of ,.,,"1 1' """"'l ",Ve", M ,' 'of nrrangcmcnte
n much oh Mn( politlra, though the
was colled l everybody, was rt fine'
tho railroad will coato obtaining Ita
latter has held the stngo during tho "J" '''. loved nnd respected by' r Bllpp) for Ua froI ,,. ,,
1-H week, i "", M" '' Womla. I o Hn.lBtnWr tralg nt ,,, bg tm)k nt ow.
HANDSOME PRIZES I BAD BOY "TOUCHES"
WOMEN TO HAVE ATTRACTIVE
EXPOSITION IN STANFORD
The nun fnr the nomination for "" ""-""-" lftnd Tberc Is a possibility that Ho-v
shcrifl Is tho ono principally mention. """ . """ "' "
l hcotuiee It la the boar paying MM """" ",,u "' "'R".cr, .ws
land n a stopping point for tralna
will bo entirely discontinued, thus dis
pensing with tho service of about
three station agents, and maintenance
In tho county nnd genernlly la the I)r" ' M' "anpr "m" ,s 7 "
....... .nl,i.nri..- nH... iv... i.... T,l''0 living nro W. I of llnrtwell,
n " .. 1 ... , . .ti, ... ....
.nt imllrntlona tho field which will Ro """ J """" '"KKina 01 mis pince, nnu of 10 I(,rol otc
to (he poat In thla ut will ho a " nro left lo mourn tho loss ol U ,, ,no ,)m of U.o railroad to build
largo ono. Aiiioiib those who aro cci- '" f -' fctnl-t. or milium. The ,aw tnnka at lll0 , of tft-0 m nl
tain to bo In It are II. W. Oueni. T. J. 1"' " toimiiiiiilty poex out! flup WnU.r , b a ,
lllll M. 8. llaushman, S. M. Owena " "M" """" n"d rapeclnlly in ,lc;o from nnnRng VofU CTCCk ,)ol
and now It la said that Carroll llalley l,e " w"o ho herft or n kind mnliy ynrdg away u ,g propMtd
baa made up bin, mind to run bolnr wubnnd. nt n time when ahc oHino,l',0 m,a gpK,nj(1 concrctc dam nt
Mrongly iiwd both by Ida many '" nce' '" ni0l- Ii.fi..l united !lc ol, Jaon Mn, whcn ,
tnllll !!. Ilia. II. i i.i.lnl. I - I
frlemla in tliu IJaat Kml nnd his larce ",u ""i"1" " i-io """'c'rontrollcd by Mr. Lyons. Mr. l.yons
will o,)crnto nn electric motor with
which ho ulll pump the water to the
railroad tanks, most or tho year. At
all kcctlona ol the county and will mi
doubtedl inak a splendid race. M.
I. North, ot Ilustonvllle, la alo con
tlderlns; eiitcrlne the rare for County
Ji.dpe, It Is understood.
Krlends or Senator It L. liubhlu aro
Orent Interest Is being aroused over
the Art Exhibit which Is to be held
hero next Tuesday, the 14th, under
tho nusplcos or tho Woman's Improve
ment Club. At n meeting of the
Club members Wednesday nftornoon
It developed that tho competition will
be quite keen lor the linndtom0 priza
and n largo list or exhibitors Is ex
pected. Tho prlnea offored will he
Onc sterling sliver set or tcaspoona
ol beautirul beslgn and good weight
One pair or tolld gold cuff links.
Ono ronl cameo brooch-get In solid
gold hand emiraved mounting.
Two brooches, solid gold nnd real
Thc popular prize will bo a choice
of n handsome cut glass bowl or n
mission rocker with real leather
mounting, or Havlland china dishes or
tome otter article ot equal value.
The exhibit will bo In the rear room
or tun State Hank & Trust Company.
Admission will bo TCn cents, with re
freshments served fre0 by tlio ladles.
connections In Stanford and tho West '""i" curA aKO "m,Pr l,, Preaching or
ft,l (uov. w. u. iiiroru, who was then
Willi -Mr. llillev Tine of tho lead. I'""""- Slnco that tllnu he linn lived
. . nil tfttt-fivli flnlailnii 111.. .. 1 . .11. .- I
lug cnndldaloa lor shorlff. his frlenda "" '""" " -. im.-mniiK-t,lc , of , car w,,cn t0 wUpr
any that Judge J. I', nalloy will not l. iwilnrly and taking Mit In the Mr--,,,,,,,,, ,n t,la crcck wl I10t b0 Brfl.
a candidate for reelection to the or- v"' " ' ufll mwlwt way. .enl lQ UnnMl fl nmn,11K mlpl))y u
fleo of County JiuIKf. Tho frlenda ol ' " rm.crel .er-lcof were conduct- c,iU,uln(ed (0 i)nvc ell0llgh ,n tno
llownu Snufley have for some time " "V J- O. Montgomery who ' voIr ,0 lngt (lurnc lh(J gnort tlni0
been iirRlug l.lm to make tho race for K,1I bautliul tribute to his memory ,, thc crcek Ig not ninllIng rull
County Ju-lgo nnd ho has about deeld- 'r eh " "''" were taken Mr Ui()M w ,mvo a Tarfie Bag0,.
od lo yield to their wishes. He has n'Ko or by tho Masonic fraternltj. cnf.ne to uge ag an cmerR(,,lcy pilm,,
been nsmred of strong support Irom r w,lIrli wn " honored member. , Bc,, lrneB
...... ,a.u ... ..i ... u..r ..Hun..... cen.e- KllRlnccrB of tll0 u & N. were ,er0
tery In the presence of a largo eon- ,, ,cek ,,, wct ycr lhe g)lua.j
.uu.r. . .,.,-.... ,.,. r...,.v... ton al cnip nnd on ,Ue crfeek mu,j
Thete was considerable cxcllement hpnr, nnnroVM, ThB nv,
here Knturday when lt was learned that the road will In the ruture either 1n?u..,e'lt charm ,0 thr.nf.fn,r
Mr. William Harion n most worthy
cklztiiR or Huckeje Is wry III.
Mrs. William It. Cook was at home
to meet Mrs. Marrs of Knoxvlllc nnd
Miss O'Drlcn ot Lawrenceburg Ind.
(Home 27 guests gntheicd to honor the
occasion. Doth the decorations aim
DILL MERSHON ROBS WOMAN
QROUL OF $10 WHILE 8HE
HOLDS PRAYER SERVICE.
A lunacy Inquest to determine tho
tnte of mlml of Mrs. Amanda Harrl
oon, who Is In Jail hera for dcsccralni;
the grav0 of Gcorgo li. Saufley will
probably bo held the latter part of
this week or the first of noxt. Mrs.
Hop "Joint" License (KEHOE TO SPEAK
TO TOAACCO MEN
RAISED FROM $200 TO
FINAL MASS MEETING IN FIGHT
TO CUT OUT CROP TO DE
At a special meeting ol the City
Council on Tuesday night, tho city li
cense for tho sale or malt, mead,
cream or hops and other soft drlnki
was raised from i00 to $300 a yonr.
If Is understood that thcrnwas n
strong scullmont anions some of tho
lnombers of (ho council to place tlio
license nt $560 or $1,000, but othcra
Harrison has been unable to pay the did not agree with them nnd so the
fine or $7fi assessed ngalnst he by a gniailor ralso was made. Th0 license ,'o ho present
Jury In tho county court last week, 0n the first pool tablo In a pool room A meeting will be held here In Stan
nd Is remaining In Jail until tho pan- waR lowrred Irom ITS to ISO 11 voir. tord and Hon, .fames N Kehoe or
olty Is settled.
In a last and final effort to souire
enough pledges to Insuro n cut out
ot. tho Hurley crop ol tobacco th'j
yenr, mass meetings wll' bo held vn
nil the counties or tho Durley d's
trlct on Monday, next, Fob. 13th, nt
which every tobacco grower Is urged
The llconsc qucston was practically ..Majsvlllc, lor yearn congressman
.... ...... ... ..... '(..mi thn Vrin.r. .lla.( l.-lll t. nM
DnrlnE? hor pnnf Innmnnt. Mi-h. Hiir. the only ono cnnnldernil bv tho conn
i (son has held a number or prayer ell, having been o;er!ooked nt n pre
i,en ices for her rcllow prisoners, lead-ivlous meeting, and tho time tor II
Ing !n tho prayer, singing nnd exhort- censes In tho city to expire la drnwlng
Ing herself. During the services Wed- near,
ncsday all of the prisoners attended
tho services on tho lower floor ot the
Jail except young Hill Morshon, and a
man named Summers. Mrs. Harrlcon
left her large pocket book on her bedl 't,le protracted meeting ut tho Matho.pnst one o'clock nnd every farmer and
Irom tho Ninth district, will bo pres
ent and make an address to trie grow
ers. Mr, Kfchoo is one of tho largest
tobacco growers In Mason county and
has nlways stood for the farmers nnd
fhnlr inlf.rasfii tin la n vnr nliimic.nl
'l,1.AntA. nnrl liatn. t tiftnililil. In .n,r1.
with the situation In Kentucy today,
will undoubtedly say much that every
tobacco crower should hear The
jspenhlng will begin promptly nt half
upstalis and wnen ho returned, n lo't churhc began Sunda, night, Itev "'"0 Krower ' '"-Red to be pres
bill was missing from It. "Uncle Dink' j. k. Koherts being In charge or thor ' ,,.., m.i,- o.. .
Farmer did a little 'sweating- of Iho !.... Rev. U. W. Iloblnm, thJf. J1,0 ,Dur,"y, Tba" h0C.My. h"S
prisoners ana soon locnieu me money
In the end of nn old watr pipe where '
joutig Mershon had hidden lt. And,"
he applied thc strap to tT'e bad boy
(julte Judiciously to make 'him tell
who had ctolen tho money.
Sale of Franchise .
I ftiaml tt nnrlfiren thn enlnt rt tVio,
presiding elder, arrived Tuesday night ,.. , , . ... , . .
The' , . , . ,. ,,, , .,
I'iuiiuhuu n inu uiiiuu, unu me cam
ind took part In the exercises.
' , , , . . ,. , pnlfin may fall tbroua.
enjoyable and good crowds nttend. .,,,. , ., ,
.,... .... 1 . . ' 1:u Burlev Society people say that
lr. Wood I'cters of Crab Orchard, .. , , ', . .. ,
, , , , , the Independent counties made no
has been tdug ng an appropriate solo ... , , , ., ....
.111111 ui El,cn showing In tho cutout pledges
n . ,.,,., ..,... ..b, n8 wng tcd nnd d lof nnd
appreciated by a most attentive audi-'
a llt TTfel. ittllnrtllf Txl4ttttl TI tf
'iirnant in an oruinnnce nuontcu nv ". nc. nuuicn uuuusuu uuu n
the City Council at the regular meet- vlil arrive to-night, Wednebdny. Rcv.i
Ing held Feb. 2, 1UU the undersigned jjhnson Is well-known here, having 1
wu uu iiunuii reu .. Ji'ii 111 uuuui
2 I' M., ofler for eai at public
cry a telephone franchise subject
the conditions or said ordlnanco
members, lt was further said that
tho Durley Tobacco Society would
take part in no movement that did not
UUUUI'. , . . . , l"nB ..l. 11. 111, lllUI cuivui .I1UI U1U IIUW
'hod a revival herP some years back.1, ,. . . , .
c out- ' 1 have as Its start a large number of tno
i?ct to ,,0,i t rail to attend. . . . . .... ,
l. 2 1 .... . . u ... Independent growers. When a major-
whlchl We have the pleasure to herewith' , . ,. ,.,,..,,. , .' .
,lty of the independents were signed
I In Rll follOWR! I r .....Ml ... ..nn nll nf h n ll...n.li.
1 Tho fMv Cnnncll nr ihn rltv nt Sinn ' . ... .uu light and last It was said, so that
A little two year old daughter of ford do ordaln as folIows: eravlllo school for the fifth month: wouW b nQ or
CI A 1(1 MlUl', UIU Ollll 1 1 If IICIDIICI. -
or inKiug auvaniagu 01 conditions
of Senator It L. liubhlu aro '"t '- Wilson hnd loft his wlf ccur( tg wu(er from UIs R (J A little two year old daughter of ford do ordaln as follows: . siiih ernde-
to enter lhe race for State ""' 'toped " ' sister In law. Miss ndcr tho nrrongcmenU nl)0Ve dcscrlu Mr. Mack Cecil living on the Fall Section l -That there shall be sold ' ' er
Commissioner In this the ' . Rrl or only 17 sum- rinn,t.tLtotor Llck pIko dleU nt tho hon, of ner '. b,Vllf,t fd,,8t bldder, for P,", gl ,
loiiinnsmniipr. in una uu . . , " Rnd u,e muc" prefer the latter, c... 1 . . i 1 . . tn" term of twenty (20) years a fran-, Firth grade.-1
strict or Kentucky, and'for The affair l iulie an unfortu- bPcauge of I0 fac, thnl HenD t al parents on Saurday of blood poison- chlfl 0f prlvlege t0 'con8truct, ea-'carpenter Hent
kn he linn born looUlnr over "ate ono and for tho snko of the rami- , ,,. .i, i.ni .i ,, .- r.i-i... ""! no burial was on Tuesday at, tabiish, -maintain and operate a tele- . .
Railroad Commissioner. In this the .mi..sh nail, a girl 01 only 1, sum- ed nnd (h mucI) fr tne aU i-.ck p.ko u.eu at me nomo 01 ner :m f twnty IZOlycara a fran-. Firth ade.-llubv Parrlsh. Ma.ele rrcated "le un0" . the
Strand district or Kentucky, and'for tarn, me atiair is iulie an unfortu- bPcau.e of tho fac, thnl . .. al I"rcnis on sniurua) 01 moou poison- ch privilege to construct. es-V n., nn.v iii.nt,i,i.. .-ley Society was ready to throw Its
soinq weeks he has been looking over ml or' ",lJ fr ho ako of the rami- tho top o-tlie ,,, and ,Ue M(. rre(gltj, ""! no uurial was on Tuesday at ( tabiish, -maintain and operate a tele- .,-. 'erade adle Mae ThomD- "fensth Into the movement.
the field. He U meeting with much ' mo gin wo rerrnin from further , not hav (0 gto 1)nlr w uosnen. .piione j..e.a .or puui.c ana private " qm .,,, Tho counties In which tbo Durley
encouragement, and It U understood. Particulars. W.,on waa caught at tako J a, d0t Uoi-' J; llZn saSondrJubS'anS ,U SSKwSm Dlanken- -- P- ---
will soon decide to announco hli can- I-ehanou and brought ack Inndi Thc great MV,ng , gaarleI "ne bay horse of .Mr. Lemmel Tea manhog, wIres poles and other Wllllam Payne .,llg hu', been n,ade wlth the slKnc,:
dldacy. There aro 32 counties In thc -Meafcrw. H. (3. Kstes, Ureen Davis, miJ ,alntenanto of a station, If Row- ,er of ,ower Carrard for 400- njcnt, and also the right of way over, pr',m. .' 'K,np,,. to the cut-out and the number of
'j: ! .? br z , ?" """: r.r. - z L'zr z rs.-w'ssE zi:? tnS .- w p,anted in mo
.o.. 1 r. mniou. iio squcczra in on . .--..- - "" to considerable. It Is understood to ' . ," . ' . I bridges and other public places In durlnc the month- Nora Smith Mac-1
the Wll.son w.e. Thc district I. nor to make their home. Several other tho plan lo u0llbIe track from Presslvo by 12 accessions to the ald clty for the pU?po.0 0? runnIng dUerln;pheenn N1'arnt Wadfe County.
raally democratic The only announc- ramlllea will start In a few dayg to Stanford to the K C cutorr at How- church under tho faUhful mlnUter the subways, manholes, poles, wires f e enler "uoy tarnsn, vvaute
ed candidate for the commissioner- hunt a more des.r.blc dwelling place. faUhe station at Roll nd I. d,8 """JST p !" S-"' SalSS SflSS malS" SlS'aSZS W S8
ship I. Klllott Deard of Shelby county The case against Hum ttood charg- contJnued g0 that lne UalDt . l The Mary Walker Price Chapter ol,"truc , eet-bllah, maintain "Od.Khel SpuSler, Qrover Kennedy '.
...-. .. . ...in tn . . . .. iiti ir r ...iii -i rAj.H t . t - -- - ....... ..v. uuaas miu iihiti iiitti tuinw forman anr Hanrv
nd Hcnhtor HubmVg friends believe cutting urauer on me lanu 01 ,-.,. ni-hmftnt, nnrt nn hA ,r n " "- " v. .. ii a.uuu- rcu. clty of stanford in aceordanr with "7 '"T ' " "v"" MontaomerT 2.914
'.....,. . .. ... I.' ... - -" --- IMiiHbnnahlK maa ET.fc !.. .I..I- "
v lila wun Mn- wooa uurnsiae at me llie condiUons, terms nnd limitations """"' "o ""i "i uur.uB ,,. k
"acK i. i t.. n ni . .. ..tnr thl. nnln.n.. Ihn mnnll. ,.ai ,
UU1UC U. JTlill. TT J. IVIgUe. All Ul" -... W.M..11..11.C. " w. .THU
section z.Tnat lt shall b the dutv Our ood r.nrmnn frionrt vini.,l " ""
...... - . . ... AI tultl. ...HU. Ill.. ... At.- I. Af
cni.ior iiuoDiaa rnenas Deneve " .ii."b K.uucr uu 1..0 uuu ui ttBter Hlcbroond and on the K. C,
he could easily defeat hlra. '" LOieraau was aismissed in tne djTBon will nave their own
There Is much Interest In the 13th HH.rBio s coun at losemue taiur- Irom Stanford nnrl nn .nri nn m h
Judicial district over the matter of day. There seemed to have beeen but t0 oge much Ume , iwilcn)nK back tn? members are urged to be present J0,
wu will nil the vacancy In the orflce '"" " as miemn raiieu 10 appear an1 forward at Rowland
cf Commonwealth's Attorpey when nd prosecute after having sworn out
Charles A. Hardin is elected to th the warrant.
Circuit Bench this fall, as ha I sure to ly ot t'arksvllle preached at
be So far It fa understood that Coun- the Christian chrueh. at Yosemlte Sua
1 Attorney W. 8 Burch, of Uncoln day morning and evening. The church WELL ATTENDED HERE EARLY
M, J. A. Jones ha, sold hi. grocery r pffWUiC SuSTT ZTl " SS
ock on Depot street to Mr. H. O. hlghast antf best bidder at 2 o'clock- st church here, bad the mlsrortuneL"
r. ai., on munum fku. 27th 1911. sue a Dig red thorn In his headW.
meet Deforo tne court house door In Staa- receiving a verr palnrul wound. At
ath(.IcrdJK,r-,.fler ,v,n noUce thereor portion of the thorn could not be ex-.Wl
" .lv "drert sement for ten (10) day. In trtcttd. th, nhY.,rllln Mn.M.r, i!w
and County Attorney Joe Robinson, without a pastor and there Is tome
will sek the place. Among others men talk of calling him.
Honed are Attorney Emmett Puryear M's Mattle HcDanlel the erflclent
The Ladies Aid Society will meet
Saturday atternoon of this week
Christian church when a full attend'
ance la requested.
I Mrs. Susan Walker age 79 years
Good crowds attended the two days' iled on Saturday of general decline
and Henry Jackson of Doyle. Aa Yosemlte scribe of the Casey County sessions of the Farmera Institute for Rt the home of her daughter Mra. John I reserves the right tor and on behal fr,i k. ,
.... . . ., ... . . . .. .... vi....- .... t... n.u.. ... j 1 ..-. ... a.j... Tk. j.. .... ... - j . Inf iii i. . 1.,. ... . j ... . . . lutu "i,s me
.-.... w w... .. . .. t wofxirnrfi l.nii
iz . ... - ' - ii.L.ru. Liin Dnn nan rnn.ifl.rin. if ------ ...........
me interior journay, and in which .,. ' " Scott
Jiouco he will Insert this ordinance onerous. cou
aud he will report to the Citv Coun. P. B. Wlllims had a fine flllv to Jessamine
ell the bids received by. blm for Its et badly cut ona wire fence. Dr. I M. S. Daughman went over to the
approval .and the said City Council Cook th. colored "vpt-nnnrv f at.n. I.exlnrton breaks Tuesday aud sava
Judge nardin win not take the ortlce " m nere rjiaay anenaing tno Lincoln county which were held In
III; the first of next year, the new tuneral of Mr. D. A. Rlggius and gath- the court house here Monday and
Covernor of Kentucky will have the erlug new for her paper. Tuesday. Th6 Institute was organlx-
appointment of a Commonwealth's At Messrs. Robert Carson and Dr. I- ed t,jr y, u. nialr, or the State Depart,
torney until an election can be held In " Hrfmmondi of Dunnvllle attended ment f Agriculture. S. M. Owens
November 1IS. and it la believed that the rqneral aervlces or Mr. D. A. Rig- was elected chairman and Gar'and
Sanders. The deceased was a devot- r the city to reject any and all bids
ed and consistent member of the'10"" BaJ.u jranccise or privilege and In
Cbrlstlon church for many
case in charge.
that he never saw so many wagons
.,.,lcae the bid reported by the said May
years, ner0r shan be rejected by the aty Coun-
One ot our smartest wits says so loaded with tobacco for the market
much rain may drown the fish. a were there. 700 came in that day
U. ...J r. n...-. . ftn1 Ih kiiv... w..a s.(.ln tit. iv.ajI
Ing preached on Monday byjcll It may direct, by resolution or or- ..... ..... ..... .,. . '.i .hi, m -..- n-h -2.....
Elder F. M. Tinder. The deceased jdlnano. Said franchise or prlvllego to "-""" ".'" "'"e". ol "-ancaater "-;",- """" T " V ,
leaves three daughter, to mourn her offered for sale from tlm to recent guests ot Mrs. John Wll- re full and many or those who had
i iiuc uuui a ssiisiactory Did snail oe iiis. oniier Jordan nas carried nis "i " men imn m m3 .tuui
whoever I. named by the new Clover- Bin.. Mia. Lula Cain afld Green.e sln.Ieton. 8ecre,ry S. T. Harris wa da". Mrs. S.lam Hendren of Clncln "" , "d"nd AV' "Z. IT' 7, " .LT" U".'tU " ". ' "Z '1, Z v" 7., " :..7:"
.... .Ill . ...l. . .J .... I. Il.k.r i.f 9iim.. nrrivA liur. tl.l. .. . nntl M.Hm. Inhn H.nil. .-.. T !- ... u ... j . .. .. r. ' u ill It Bll.lft lur IWO wtQKS US inJ 6 -"" " --.... .v
i-.ii -.in imio nunc u .ui.uu.su in - -. .-.., .... ... w..i- eicctea aeiegate ror Lincoln county ' -..-. --.... w... .. .. , luc UUH uncrra m us discretion
the rare ror the full term.
DOING THEIR DUTY.
Scores of Stanford Rtadtrs Are Learn
ing the Duty of the Kldnavs.
To filter the blood is the kidneys'
When they tall to do this the kid
nrys are Ick.
tlackacta and many kidney Ilia fol
io. Vrlnary traubt. diabetes.
Doaa. Kidney Pills cure them all.
Stanford people endorse our claim.
urday for a few daya" visit with Miss w the 8tat8 Farmers' Institute lo be U Uroad'ls f tn's county her hus
Minnie Hansford. Preston Miller the huld n m si.riin .hi, ri.Mr.n. hand died 30 years ago,
, Httlo son or Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Miller Tate and Squire Ja'mea McKechnle' J'es I. Hamilton sold a rami or
alternates. ilau acre, at .iiarcenu. in tnia county
Section 3. Uefore the said fran
result of an abscess. Robert White l" ro01" could be made for them.
Is Buffering with a mighty sore fin
ger caused by a cat bite.
A number of Interesting speeches t0 Mr- Uenr'r ""tchlson of Lowell at
DOCTOR PRAISES D. D. D.
were made on topics of Interest to
- Mre. Nsarj A. Logan, K. Mala St.. smooth as a bb', ' wouldn't Uka
Stanford Ky says: thousand dollars for what D. D. D.
... jj. jC5. "-- jl- jjj t;rrrrT. a baa done for me." writsp August San
Miiiiut. ii. ivunCiliZki "phi. (w- to, of Chllllcothe, O.
me beaellt th.r brouaht me. Wh.n I These .arajuat.ple. ot UlteraJWi
han to use them, I waa In a miser-
.every farmer, and every one who waa
Although an M. D. I acknowledegoj lnt was greatly pleased with the
10 my patients ana patron, mat youri"" "' me meeting.
lemed D. D. D. reaches casea ef Ec
Mini and permanent), cures them.
Dr. Ira T. Gabbert. Caldwell. Kan.
"My cure began from the first appli
cation of D. D. D. My skin Is now as
are receiving every day from grateful
able condltloa. My back seemed to ,.t.,Btw'1.1. 0TrJh.' .co,,n,.7.
have given out eatlrely and at times
pained me terribly.
wlr and lame that
ri ovt riled. I waa also annoyed by m
Worth its wefght la gold." All my
Here is a Remedy That
Will Curo Eczema
it I "m ataoSt "! round ,n,Unt r,lf'" "a D- D- '
L' ".r?f Ultl short of miraculous.- Tbae are
!ivnrde,r;7o-;o,d-tr.dney: ;hr:,r rrhV?" UB
secretion, and the passage, were - ' .n JTKJ.Sl" ?- ..
?Ju i b!ffr ?" f "T.' "" rnd reliable tn every case of akin ttnu
!'"'" I procured a i.ipplv at Hhugara ,,,, p,,,,. wh8t7,.
Tainera Drug Store and In view of ,, a tria, Nt1ll tydllT, In(lUnt
h rK?Uil l'1?"' 1Sn ,Tl1tJ1m llef-oaly 3i cenu. ShUa.r. ft Tan-
I be highest praise. Doan. Kldnny Bfr,
Pllla not only relieved my backache,
but reetored ray kidney, tn a aorm.l ..... .. ... ...
condltloa." rmmAtiT wuni turn much,
Yot tale b yall dealers. Price 80c. The Democratic Bute Kxecutive
Koeter atllbura Co.. Huffalo New Tork. committee made the followlna; a.aea.
Mf.nb1rUSBJiDeaflr,;tBd - - " P"" of told.ng the
take no other. " primary election oa May !7th.
. Oeveraor 4,00o
ror Baie.-vct corner lot la a AMdltor
good town ceataJnlrg abeat 24 ef ua. JJeutaajuU Governor
i" v -i- i-f 1
ere aaeaaia ouuaiaii sue ror reel- D'"vr ""'
... .. . Clerk Court of Appeals . .
-ear aad business houee. Price BcrtUr of
i0U, Stanford Real Kstate. Coiaial.aloner Agriculture
' Bupt, Public Instruction
Mra. Samuel Haaelden will enter
tain Friday afternoon. A dainty lun
cheon or a choice variety will be serv
ed to the guests.
W. O. Durton bought 32 mules troin
4 to 1 year, of John ilurdette of Leba
non for 14.500. Mr. Hutchison bcught
a pair of mules of Charles Dean of
thl. county for 1173.
Mra. O'Bannon cf Stanford has
j beea visiting Mr.. W. T. West of Las-
.. . .. m ' '. 'caster.' Mr. "James Dudderar and wife
Why wat time aad money experl-. , ., . .. , ... .
i w -muvwim ' -rw .u uaiiaiu
and wttl take charge of Mr. V. A. Lear,
country home and farm. Ml.. Hallle
Drown has been with relative. In Crab
Orchard. Mr. Mildred Beailey haa
Haya of Stanford. Mia. Mary Miller
of Richmond U the guest of Mis. Jane
i oriimii ...- neiore me said Iran- . 1 '. ....
Khl89 or privilege shall, be. vestedHii returaedrroni Eaji.. When last! T" general opinion at Lexington
tne bidder whose bid may be accepted seen waa orf ror Casey." Dr. E. J Bna eisewnere is mat me movement
by th city council, a contract shaall Brown or Stanford with his family bacco will not go through but a great
raid hS, '.".Vi.n-tW'.'ihfCity and ""'tea hi. brother W. H. Brown In tor cut-out of this year'a crop of tcv
dition. and iimi.atinn. ,,nn 1m,k Garrard. Mr.. Carrie Hagla and 8l8-.ny fanner, will ot their own voll-
"WE PROVE IT"
uitnliag wlUk greesy aalrea and lo
tions, trying; to drive tae eeaeau. term
from underneath the skla when Pea
ay'a Drug Store guarantee. ZKMO. a
clwn IIQUJ4 preaaratlo. tor exter-ai bMB TUltlBe ' ner dmtr
hm- to rid the akin of the germ life
that eauses the trouble! Oae appll
ration will relieve the Itcala. and of. tMjm Mf, Wood8 Wa,ker haa
" w - -a Baa .
said franchise or nrlvllegn shall bo.tcr. Miss Ella Sprinkles, of Rowland."0" cut out the crop because of the
low prices they have Bad to take for
last year's product.
THE BEST HYMNS.
A church In New Tork had a vote
taken among Its member, to get their
Let the Interior Journal order your Th, amount each aspirant for nomi
ladles' Home Journal or Saturday uation will have to pay will
tea times one bottle Is auBcl.nt lo
cure a minor cae ot ecu-rua.
ZKMO Is sold by druaglits, every.
here and In Stanford by U. L. Pen
ny and they will tell you of Ue marvel
her husbsnd ror a atay tn Florida
Misses Ktsle Zlmmer and Flora Zlfler
have returned srter a ploA.ant sojourn
In New Tort City. Mr. and Mr. W. K
Shugara and W. K. Jr., have been
... .Hire. - or uuu cie Sim... ,, ot u, Muut) xhuVLrm Mi)
treatment. yBMO aad ZICMO eoap ToramUi Frantl. waa the week end
ire recognised aa Ue elea-eet aad -Ue.t of Mrs. J. K. Cummin, of Stan
not popular treatmeat for Kcsema. ford. George Conn, or California Is
pimples, dandruff aad alt oter fohrraa Rh Garrard relatives,
of akin or sealp etfeetloaa whether oa ..,, .
tafaat'er gtowa aereoa. WtH'.yoa try( , -q,, 1A, b of.'hBMti
ZKMO aad ZKMO soap oa our rrcoa. F0R ,AUe I"7WNT, .
meadstloa aad guaraatee of aatUtae-' " "r f,r oa - ,ke -"'
tlnn or your money taekT Peaayat Pd town 1 t-X story cottage a
Drag Store. room, below and two above, two good
granted and containing stipulations ore guests of their sister, Mrs. F. L.
necesiary to protect the city and to Thompson. Misses Nell and Ila New-
.ron, usru' r r ,Mm' scott-ot c
the clt ycouncll reserves the power re T'lt,n' Mra- W. C, CumJaa.
to Invert In said contract such stlpu- Mesdames LI trie Holtxclaw and Sophia
latlons concerning the time In which .Rank, visited Mra. Rebecca Pettus.
..-.. .1 .?! .aP?rLb.' acee.p- Smith and wife, of Hlatt. Kr rlalt' Judgment aa to ten of th best hymns
h.rd "terphonea'to TsubscrU 1 J "" " "" Ml n "Nearer My God to Thee," cam. out
era which shall not exceed ft per Cu,uaalB". of lAwreneebuag, visited away ahead, getUng 113 vote, out ot
month for realdence. 13 per month for Mri- H. Q. Cummlaj. U jgs ct. "Abide with Me" waa a
other aervice the time at the ex. Mr. J. W. McQueen ha. moved to' close second, with a 10T. And third,
fern shall enCoJrIo!r':T.,y,""h,rfrrra' xI-"toT.5eTy Miracle. wa. "Je.ua I.ver of My Boul" and lt
and place. In which said pole? shall' -,Ut- Anderson Cornellna the new' received 3 of the 115 vet.e. The old
be erected, how much of said wiro raster ot the Baptist church, haa hymn ot Charley Wesley expresses
shall be placed underground and at preached his first aermona of the year 'strongly the prayer of humanity and
;Uu'BandTchn0UAh:r',Lnltu;O!'Bd tt h"ib " W n- ,W" W,,L
and limitations as the said council' Ml" F1o",e Sutton, of UncaaUr After these hymna came. "I Love to
may bv ordinance direct. i naa been visiting her sister, Mrs. M. Tell the Story," "Lead Kindly Light."
Section 4. That the franchise or O Kennedr. Ur .nd u. v w.n.'Rsscue the Perisning." ana "Kock or
. . ..... .. - '" .-.. . ,, ..WH . ......
whan rU rntJn .,Ta?? Red'' Mr' - M- J- DIck.rtOB.
wnen ald contract la entered Into , t . , . u ... . ,
hall not be construed aa being In r '-Btr. aad Mr. aad Mrs. J. W.
anv way exclusive or aa preventing Aker were given a dining by Mra.
the city council of toe city of Stan- Kennedy last Suaday. A large crowd
ford from providing for the aale of tnook of the bounteous rn-t
almllar franchise or privlllge. to oth- ". "! Bt? Wp". ,
er persoas. comaaalea of corporaUooae Tt" ' B-" oad aa their
and thl- limitation ahall b InacrtMl meat Mlsa Wilson, of Harmon'. Lick.
In uy contract entered Into between Two dog. which had bore a good lttrMt1 ,a aacred music. A man 1.
the city of Stanford and au.b person, reputation. tiHea a h for Phil B. tolerable .are It he loree tae.e old
M5KI.0as-Thi.,,'i, h ii TboraP- Not content with thl, they 'song, hla mother aaug in the daya
take Xt from and afTerT 'pm" deTOur "-- freQutry when .he wa. loving the divinity of
pre- oe aneep, out tnia la tha tlrat - -- " " --.
laatance knows here ot hoga bang
ItiH' In that nriTur. with B. 84. 8U
and 73 vote., respectively. "Ownwar.
Christian Soldier." received 7 votes.
Old "Coronation," Blest Be the Tie,
"There la a Land." and other old-lime
familiars are not mentioned la the
contest. It la a great thing to become
and publication ta required by law
A. a KLORBNCK. Mavor.
. .qtx of Utaaford. Kj.
Mvenlng Poat. to send in your renewal ou the
We can save you money. isce.
number of entries la esch
barna and all other neceasarr out-
The Young Peopl a' Montal, Foc'al khi.-. .- -.n .. .h
dennd -d H'j.iinei Meet'ng wll bj he'd at . . . , .,. ,
aepena .....i... . fenced, in snlendld community and
hit uuuui an ra- a i. r- a-, iinuuni i r i - -
day evening Feb. 10th.
gina promptly at 7:30.
Meellig be "l sell cheap. See L. K. Hughe,
or W I.. McCsrty, SUnford. Ky.
for Sale. I 1-4 Mre let oa Mala
Street, haa barn end all outbuilding
The Missouri State Capttol at Jet
fersou City was destroyed by tire
MONEY IN MILLINERY. Te moralag- subject at tb Baptist
The Mlaaea Noel closed a deal nn rl.iir.li -III H. i'.r Vn,., rvwn.r"'
Reautlful building site for realdence. g.lury with Mr. W. S. Lawill for a Text. Mark 3:. la evening "Am I a
1490. SUnford Real Estate, residence on Kaat Main Xr-.t Th. Chrlatlan". 8. 9. r'10. II. Y. P. I'
SUnford Real Estate, residence on East Mala street. The
consideration, vfM fArtff. The home la
Whl(e Leghorn and Barred Plymouth a very pretty one and very deelrable. For Sale. About tO.OOO cH brie
eg for sale. W. O. Montgomery. PwseMloa will be given July 1st.--for sal come quick If you want then
Moreland. Danville Advocae. J. C. Florence. Stanford, -3,