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Kor Salo.- Pair of new Block scales
cheap. Apply to UrcoleT Lutes. 16-3.
I Kor Snle. Two mare mules, coming
r. l !. , - W ,!11 nni:nu .,nt;i MARrHltl t two year old. K. If. Ilallard. 16-2
. . - - . . . Kor Bale. 1 horoug
ell our winter stock at cut price consisting
of Overcoats, Men's and Boy's
suits, Odd Pants, Corduroys
Shoes, Hats, Coat Sweaters Underwear and
Gloves. Come seo what we can give yoH for the woney.
Selling low at the
Cut Price Sale.
Stanf ord, Ky.
Buy Fox Ridge Coal, the land that burns and
makes heat No clinkers and very lit
tie ash. j jj. Baughman it
Company. You will find this coal at More,
land, Ky at JONES BAUGHMAN & COMPANY,
horoughbred Duroc Jer
sey bonrn extra good ones, itoady
for service. Apply to Jl. II. Broaaugh,
Crab Orhcard, (y. 1C-3I.
1'or Bale. Kino four-year-old Jack
with good pedigree, has proven him
golf a splendid breeder Abo two
Jennets, one Trcflrs-old and extra
Urge, safe ta feal to fine lack, the
uthor coming two with pedigree and
bchkI site. Caleb Newell. Warnesburs
For flaw. A pair of 3 year old well
aatetmd pealeii broke to ride or drive
lnsl or double at W M Adams stable
For Pale. 6 mules, 3 bead 3 year
old, one 4 year old, one 2 year old,
J. J. B pears, Moreland. 1S-3.
Farmers are plowing now. For all
klnda of harness trace cbams bacs
bands eta, see J. C McClarr. "
We bare Just received two car of
Pioneer and Adrian wire fence, In
ten (1 liferent kinds, can and bo con
lnced as to what you want Pence
Kor Sate. Double Standard Tolled
Durham Short Itorn Bulls, model
farms and choice) breeding. 200 bush
els recleand seed oats. 600 bale's
timothy hay. A, W. Carpenter, More-
My harness line Is now complete
a good plow collar for 76 cents. J. C
W. S. Wlgham of Moreland, lias
toalcd his property against trespass
cr of all kinds. 11-8.
H. (!. Pettus bought a pair of muloi
of C. C. Carroll of Hustonrllle for
about lino. j. t. lilgsby sold 23 hoga
to J. I.. Hutchlns nt 8 1-2 cents. M.
O. Knnnedy sold a bunhc of cattle to
McDower. of the West End at 4 1-4
lo6 1-2 cents. J. T, Ballard sold n
joa to Cat Nerlus, of raifcun;!. f-ir
M Joilah Anderson sold r throe
ju'.i old marc mulo tn WiUon Mtxaa--or
for J37. Boon.. nt.j Croi.norn
s, i lUeJr tolxtcco In Dautlllc at 7o
l'.m ZJ. Kennedy Bold n p:ir of coming
firve-rcarold mules to W M Sprint;
I' fur 235.
THE STANFORD. KMiTUCKY INTSRIOR TOUKHA1.
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Lemn IX. First Quarter, Fw
Feb. 26, 1911.
THE INTERNATIBNAL SERIES.
As I hare sold my home I will soil
personal property on too farm, one
mile south of tan
uncastcr on the fjtnn-
MR FARMER: Make vour home as modern for Your farailv uv
residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations' Saturday March 4th 1911
at any time. This caii be accomplished by means of our telephone service con8,stlnE of tbe following to wit
which jrou and your neighbors can get for a sam that t. small compared with Condmnex wk mule, tl
luc oenenu receivta. a or nuurew our nearou niaw or write uirect to years old; one four year old gelding.
leaaquartere, nastivuie, tenn., iot miormauon regaruing our special "Unr- by envcr Kin?; one three year old
mard Line" rate. If vou are not at present enioviui? tcleohoo iwrviee. (.elduifc; onA two year old Oily: one
can immediately interest you. Our line cover the Sutea of Kentucky, " m"!..- oluhfu'-
... '. . . t ', i .i n . ... . w .. '! nees mare: one JcnDette: one extra
Tennessee. Aliisusippi. u.fuioa ana e ooutnern pon ot inana Sud feood milk cow and coif: one stripper
Illinois. ti&ai' lXuaMXijbri ltlj. & livb. CO. .cow: one two horue wagon; one bay
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
ORGANIZED IN 1882.
CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000.
SURPLUS EARNED. $22,000.
HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216V500
Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modem Safety
Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account.
i. Hbcker, President.
S, T. Harris, Vics-President.
M C. Baughman, Cashier.
W W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper
J. R. Harris, Bookkeeper
F. Reid. J. H. Baughniao,
M D. Elmore. J. M. Pettoi,
H. C. Bangbman, J. F. Cammint,
S. T. Harrb, no. C. Robinson
W. H Murpby J. S. Hocker
J. C EatMakt. C R. CUIeau.
irarae; two apis wagon harness; a
good lot of fnrtnlnt; tools ccntlstlng
of three riding cultivators; two tun
ing plows; one etccl roller; one steel
section barrow; one cutting disk; one
two horse- corn planter; double Bborel
r-lows; diggnr; hoes; cross cut saw;
one grind stone; one one horse drill;
cno pood Deering mowing macbin4 an"
rake 'About 75 barrels of corn; 2
stacRi or bay. om household and
TCrpis mado known on day of sale.
bale Logins at 10 o clock a. m.
. J. F. HOLTZCUVW.
A. M. Bourne, adct. Kanoaster, Ky.
SPEEDY RELIEF FROM KIDNEY
"I ha dan acute attack gf Bright's
Disease with Inflammation of the kid
neys and bladder, and dizziness." says
Mrs. Cora Thorp. Jackson, Mich. "A
bottle of Foley's Kidney Remedy over
come the attack, reduced tho Inflam
mation, toook away the? pain and made
Uie bladder action normal. I wish
everyone could know of this wonder
ful re&My. , Saogars and 'ranner.
We Cordially Invite You
To Sell Your Tobacco
Uver Our Breaks
We sold last week over half million pounds in five days
and have sold since January 1st over a million pounds. As
usual we topped the market on highest price, $23.25 and
the best individual average on entire crop 10,000 pounds
at $15.50. With seven active, competitive buyers, rep
resenting the largest factories in thi6 and foreign countries,
makes Danville as good a market as any in the burley dis
trict. With the best lighted house in Kentucky, with a
tobacco auctioneer with no superior on any break, coupled
withfexperienced tobacco men as floor managers to show
you how to place your tobacco to the best advantage, tells
the story why we can serve your interest just a little better
than the other fellow. Don't forget the name.
Danville Tobacco Warehouse,
WalriUt Street, Danville, Ky, Free Insurance, Free Stables, No, Ckargo for Rejetin
Tsxt sf h Ln, Kings xxl, 11.20,
Msmsry VrM. 17-1 ClUn Text,
Luke xtl, t5 Commentary Prepared
by Rv. B. M. SUimt.
In our last lMa iaijh was counts
stoned to anolBt Kllsha as prophet In
his stead. He found him plowing with
the twelfth of twelro yoke of oxen and
cast his mantle upon him. Rlbbn
bade fnrowcll to his fatter and mother,
prepared a feast for the people, cook
ing tho flesh of a yoko of oxen with the
Instruments of tho oxen, Uus burning"
the bridge behind him. and went after
EllJh and ministered unto btra (chap
ter xtx. 19-21). and wo shall see a se
quel (o such whole bcartednras In our
The story of chapter xx we shall
have for a lesson on March 10; there
fore we pass It by for the present, and
Elijah does not appear In It
In tho lesson of today we come, to a
story of the greatest possible cruet
hcartlessness cm tho part of Abab and
Jezebel, with a prcdlcttou of tho doom
of each from thoLord through Elijah,
which was, like all the Lord's predic
tions, literally fulfilled.
A man called Kaboth hnd a vineyard
hard by the palace of Ahab, which
the ktmr coveted, as he said, for a -garden
of herbs because It was near bis
house. The Jcjng offered him Unsworth
of In money or a better vineyard In
Its stead, but Nabotb refused to let the
king have It, saying. "Tho Lord forbid
it me that I should give the Inheritance
of my.fathcrs unt6 thee" (verse 3). It
Is refreshing to meet a man who seVks
no favors, from and has no fear of
evtjn' (f king.
What A contrast to No both. U this des
picable king, who, becauao ho cannot
have wbrft h?, wants, igoes homo nnd
to bed, tnrna awajr hs face nnd will
out eat,! HatfeGrttanplIWy.uiall uoaie
gTcU mcn.tirg,ca-S$icSb?ile-jir.e bOnie
hi lowly circumgtaneesl A vineyard
makes me think of tho vine o'f John
XT, arid Naboth's dlntilnc to the vine-
"itfrd which was tho Inhcrllanco of ids
'fathers Is In striking contrast to the
rcadlneMB with which many preacliers
and teathcrf f odsy give up all that
tholr fathetsTel(l dear concerning the
true vine. May we prove ourselves
abiding branches u the vine ahd Jeal
ously griard.the vineyard from all evil
ones, even though it cost our llfo or our
position to tfo thbi.
The garden of herbs for which thu
king said that he wuuted the vineyard
brings to mind the saying concerning
etrIldocrs'and workers of Iniquity In
PfialmTxxxvU, 1-2, "They shall soon be
cut down like the grais and wither as
the green herb."
In Jezebel we seo those who, like
Ilerodlas, do not scruple to take off
the earth any one who happens to be
In their way. true children of tho devl
who fins the power of death and was a
niuruTrcr frou the beginning (Ileb. II,
W: John, Ml. ). "I will rive thee the
vineyard 'of Nabutb tho Jezrocllte"
(ycrse 7) were her words to AUb, as
if'she owned It uud Nabotb. too. and
could do as she pleased, tier trnclord
and master, the devil, onco said to the
Lord Jesus as ho showed Him all tho
kingdoms of tho werld and the glory
or mem, "Ail ueso tmngs win i tare
thee If thou wilt fall down and wor
ship mo" (Matt. Iv, 8, 0). Uecauie Uo
would not worship him be proceeded
to kill Him. which ho finally did.
So Jezebel proceeded fortfl'syltu to
kill Naboth, which she did by means of
two sons of Uclla'L who lied, like their
Stber,,and others who did her bidding,
raid not to, I suppose, lest they, too,
might lose their Uvea at the bands of
thu murderess. 'Note their false accu
sations of Naboth. "lie blasphemed
God and tbo king." What an awful
association of the living and true God
with one who represented the devil.
and yet when Jesus Christ was on
earth. God manifest in the flesh, bis
enemies told nlm that He hod a. devil
(John Til. 20; vlil. 62; x, 20). Thefniso
raised np false witnesses against Htm
who laid to Ills charge things that
nA'knew not (Pa. xxxv. 11). We are
still In an enemy's country, and cannot
expect better treatment than our Mas.
terwreceived and must remember that
BlWYbtyJlTe'Kodlr laCbrtst Jesussball
suffer persecution (II Tim. Ill 12).
With what seeming triumph Jezebel
says to Abab: "Aftse. take rK&seialon
of the vineyard of Naboth, for
Naboth U not alive, but dead" (verse
IS). Hut the word of the Lard irnme
ngalu to Ulljuh with n ineunuge for
Ahab and Jezebel: "Thus salth tbo
Lord; In the (dace where dogs licked
the blood of Naborh'wliall dogs lick
iby blood, even thine. The
togs shall eat Jezebel by the wall ef
lozreel" (verses 10-23). And so It lit
trolly carso to pass ('JC-38; II Kings
Whatsoever a ranu soweth that shi
ho nlno reap. Her sins have reae
nnto hoaren, and God hath remembered
her Imitrtttes, How innch she hatb
glorified herself and lived delicious)?,
so moeh torment and sortow give ber
(Gnl. vl. 7; Rev till. 5-7). WhA an
epitaph upon these twe, "Ahab, who
did sell himself tn Trk wickedness In
tbo sight ef tho Lsrd. whm Jembel
his wife stirred up" (rwa 3, Hsw
far from pafal 9i awusr MtAr
death, bvt what abW Ikair enta
ever since! 3k rds f BaUs jri,
23-20; Rr. jlr. It. H, are fesWHy
YalnaUe Fano Ami
Tatar La4 Fir Sle
IN ADAIR COUNTY KY.,
Containing 889 acres, 160 In cultiva
tion, balnnco In fine timber consfktlng
of oak, poplar, hickory, walnut etc.,
estimated to cut ft million feet of lum
ber, heeldoa many thouriand spoke,
billets, shingles, laths etc.. and thci
sands of jeross ties, telephone polrti,
and cedar posts.
Farm fa In good state of cultlrntlotrrl
rvrlilc llaiesteno toll adapted to corn
and tobacco; Costldtrable blue grass
en tho pasture lands, 16 awes In
meadow, 600 bearing apple tree.
Good dwelling moderate bars, many
outbuildings such as cellar, meat.
Uous wood house, graraery, buggy
bousn, cattlnbarn, corn cribs, black
smith shop, storehouse with stock nf
raercbandlco and C tennt houses..
Well of good watr In yard, atesm
df never falling water runs through 'i
tne rarn, two everlasting springs of
tine water, one mineral spring of
whlto sulphur water.
District school house on the land..
churches and postottlce near by.
Two or three good farms can lw
cloarrd from the timber lands. Good
bog and sheep range.
Uood neighborhood. Ilcst title.
I'rlco low tor quick sale.
Kor further Information address the
J. A. WINFREY,
EATS WHAT HE LIKES
AFTER TAKINfi FREE SAMPLE
It wtH t wsleems news te diiptptles
t lrn ef a rsaedy that. In th opfrJen
ef ftioaaax4a. Is an aklut eurs tor ta
dHrastlea and ail ferma ef steoiaeh treu
l, and, battsr txm, K la awartatuM to
do so. Tb , rsmiJy Is Dr. CaMwttl'a
Tfs atl kasw the rains ef purs psesln
m tnttcMtMn. aad add ta ta4s mtm
erpttaul Uxatlrs tecrdlnui aad ya
br truly wea4rful rnt4y. Vr. T.
W. Wartky ef ParayUia. O, got to th
Dotat wtxra h eeuM set srtn eat er dt
rt recvUb! aad aftsr mny yrs ef
la tf reosd tb eurs bi Ttr. CaM
Wra Syrap rpta. Mr. Ror Kurr f
Mom. 1IL, ni ta tM mum bd pf
iMeawnat wnh Ms steeueK took flrruB
rMtn aad U new earsd. Ifusdrsda at
a tiwt t It Bnt fo yw sd
to Dr. CaMwstl a4 h MH cihH
a. rr wmU MIIK it Mrset t yeui
mnn i low wni psw.mmi imi jn
bars feusd aomrthlnaT ta rn salta
oathaHK, trth jxrrum a4 otbl
WiiBi)my rH.-Hyrup rtii wW cart
Dr. Oaldwsil 4a net feat that li
BHraaaaa of his ramody ends his ebH-a-atloa.
Ho has fwclaltu In staataeh
livar and bowal dlasaaes for eror ferl
years aad will bo Kaia to air a thi
readar aay adrteo on tha tubJret frai
of ebarra, All are waleona to wrttt
him. Wnatfcar tor tha mateal advjo
or tha freo aamrto iMhm ala Dr.
T. B. Caldwell. M OaldwaJI hogHaa;
' ' '-"-'MHi-W-wa-fHi iar-wW toh r-1
CO TTON SEED MEAL
I HANBLK TH8 BEST MEAL MADE AND OAN NAME A DELIVERED
Ur- PRICE ON' ANY OANTITYT ANY PLACE. -"
WILLIAM A. BURNETT,
BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY
Kentucky Age&c, for Owl'Bnaid.f KataMfratd 10L
ettrtes woutd rtalr toattfy,
R la a guaraataad eure far tadifattlaa.
eemtleatlafl. MHeusnaaa, hMdaehea. rl
on tno atemaoh aad atrnttar eematahila
A bottlo ean a had at any ro" atert
tor Mir ceata or a daltar, but If ydu wMi
Come In And See Our
I PURE BRED POULTRY. M
For Sale By Reliable Breeders I
(4 Line Cards In thla column 1
Cwh for Season.)
S. C. White Leghorn Diamond
itraln year 'round layere of large,
white cogs $1 per setting.
A. C. Alford Stanford, KfW
Pure Crescent 8. C. White Leghorns.
Eggs for setting. Miss Lizzie Davison,
Pure bred Black Minorca!
Egg 91 per s'ltlng
Mrs. W. H. Wtaren, Stanford.
Chulce White Wyandotte cockerels.
Ktfrs U0 for 16. Mrs. J. N. Gnsh.
FARM FOR 8ALE1 .j. -5s
On tho Crab Orchard nnd La'naVt'er'
pike 2 l,-2 miles from Crab Orchard
containing S3 acres. 10 In cultivation,
about 10 In grass. 13 in panture, well
watered, good dwelling tfad barn.
place lu good condition. Apply to
G. Wyler, Crab Orchard. 12-8
W. H. Higgins.
Bring us your Poultry
E6A&. Wool. Hidefi. Fum.
Ginseng. Feathers, Etc.
We are paying today for
'o. 1 Black zkunk si.7S-2."
tij. 1 abort fork 754122
illuk (.. J24:
Oiiossum . . IMS.
Cuyn ,. . 40S1.1U
Hats tne IMS
T. K. Tudor. Mgr.
Earth for Sale at
L. L SANDERS,
Crab Orchard, Kentucky.
m in i.in. i. loan ai i 1 i i aaaM ' f HI ' I d laaT ' '
Sell Your Tobacco
At The People's
Tke.houae that sold a millien and a half pounds in January,
The house that s4d the highest priced basket ef 'tobacco at Danville.
The house with the largest and besUskyughts, being double the ordinary size.
The heuse that seld a crop let at the highest average.
The heuse that can shelter 1M leaded wagons.
The heuss tK n furnish 1M warm, comfertahle stalls.
The heese with the largest eapaeity k the city.
9. D. .
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I Tbt Pttpbs Ttbti&o Wiweboifit, I
M One hloek freni Q& C. dpt. Perry vilie Street S
I iLtivHtt Ky. 1
S Beet Teaneesee Phee SO, aUe the Eastia Phone. S
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