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The Stanford Interior Journal
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 21.
8TANF0RD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY MARCH 17, 1911.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
DI8TRICT CONVENTION OF THE
KNIOHT8 OF PYTHIAS TO A8-
SEMDLE THIS AFTERNOON
Stanford will bo one
nig rnstlo hnll of the
Knights of I'ythdM to-
I day nnd tonight, when
the District Conten
tion of the order will
comene hero, delo'
nates being present from tho follow
ing lodge which comprise the district:
Uarrard 2, Incaster; lvanhoe 4$,
Winchester; Pilot 8, Ford; Diadem 81
Htnnfonl; Paint l.tck 123, I'alnt Lick;
liitlll 169. Irvine, Mndlson ICO, Vol
qy Vlowj Camp Dick 161, Uryants
vlllo; Norninl City 1G:. lllchruond;
lilosiom 223, Crnb Orchnrd.
The Mg feature of tho gathering
vlll bo tto banquet at tho opora
house tonWht, when the knights nnd
their ladleii fair will sit down to a
feast of reason and now of soul as
well on bountiful Rood things for tho
Inner man Present on this occasion
tIII b man)' Pythian of prominence
outsldu of thn district as well n mem
born distlnirultbcd In tho local lodges.
Stanford will bo In gnU array for
tho welcoming or thoo honored -.Isl- MitH Nnnne Coulter gavo tho young
t$rri, mrst of the hiMness houses be- !,jkll ,0Cnl j.'rlilny night or lint week
Ing decorated witn bunting and flags )n IIOT)or nf her cnusln .Miss Florcnee
lu the Ilthlnn colors MeWhortor nnd Mr Carlos Compton.
fall" formal ceremonies of tho con) riirrcli n new nrrlvnl ht the homo
V.-ntlon will not begin until threo this
ntternoon when Judge J N MencfeeJr
Vlll jli.il-..- itt.t nil.trna. nt n nlnntnnln.
In the lodge hall. In the evening, the llo Is wearing a Fmllo as big as nj w , v'ha of sniuenei for
liidls will meet In the State Hank & bread tray. .I:r.w:,.- r ,h ?I,h,Jn! m .,roi
Tru.t Company s rear parlor where a The race for the republican notiA I ncr r,nTr,';1 Ll'H
reception committee composed of the! nation ror represenUtlvo In thl. coun l ' "llTjZTvlll
wtvjs of locar P.vthlans and their t
wectlreartjuwill receive nnd entertain,!
iiti.'foif iai(KMVtiiiiij t mmm sn nwtr
.tM.f . . '. : . .- . .
iHn.mil imtui o nuiiu i'Q ffi 171, u f " - s- "--- -..... rf . v p
pttUc order Is bring cnrrled out at .doubtless thought he bad It all to him
tho lodge roomr After Iti conclusion. 0J,f' '"H onp Claude Hobson ot Dunn
all will adjourn to tho opern houso for V,V,'P ,nn' . NoJ,I, Lesley, of Poplar
the banquet which promises to bo ono J"'1 t UKlit they were mndo of Icgls
M Uie nicest affairs of Uio klnff ever ,nthe H,,,lf.f they have entered the
held In this nan of tho .tale. Thn nro. rnco' "'KlnK a Mn of three cornered
rrant for the dny Is as followj'
Friday Afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Wclconio address-J N. Mencfeo.
Jr 1 D O C I
Hopon,eHe'v F. M Tinder
Conference of degrees In hall of Pin-
After this the banquet will b dn
In opera house. J W Ireland Toa-t-
The tallowing nro expected to ros-i V" r" ' Av " "" " " "' ' ""l V ,or
pond to tonMs Hon. C. A. Hardlu."1' , " VhLh,?r 7, ?nhi
Hon . A. Srhoberth. W CO Hobbs.,DR? ,H 1" ,l lh .AL bur.,Mur-v
P. . C. Hon O. It Pollard. P. O.C.. ? !?, f.0,1" ,b 8am1,c1'1 I)r
U. L Slade, U C. Judge WnlKor nnj I.M',0"," .Tf ,,oh,0u",n
it.v a a iiii.rtn uDotit eight miles oast or this plnco
St. C "lobbswlll speak on tho t0At'.ranC"C,AU P""'0?
Pythian home. Hon. O. II Pollard will "n cnfi' ?. lr ,n rpw rnorn ngE
speak or tho Achievement or Pythian- n',1, A " r i m" h? u"
Urn. All speakers have a statewide ?t.TPln,"e c""1 ""ieone stealing
oTd'as "wne1l m t..no,Sir "'"
io had as well as gastronomic
IJIad'em iX S' si Knl.h.. of
uiaurm iKige, .o, si Knignts or
;n,Mcbaner member & IVImU
Bwrii.fLi nl i wV"?.?" ', '
nfllllate.1 nre J t McClary. . H.
wearen. J. A. lcuoueri, A. U. bine
and I. XI llruco. Tbo Icnlgo owns ltu,wood.i m n0. ,, moiM,.i nentn
'mil on Main street which Is coramo-'
dlciiH and convenient. They havo Just
donated lior to tbo Widow and Or-
phans llbme of the K nf P' nt Lex-
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i- Miiuiiui tnniinirri iiiiii tfiii
m lonniu morK
The llHt of Pivt CI nntellors Is ns
nilows A. C Sine, I l llruco. J S.
IMn 1 p Wearen. II C Wn". C V.
Tte W. II Wnoren, Ham Cnstello.
I K IliiiiHlni' in. W ft O llannon. J L.
Honl. A. C. Hill. J. -N Meiipfp" Jr,
0 I" KkIIIc.J. II Mtler. It. T. llruco.
1 A' Hnut Jr.. J. F. Cummins, J C
llenary. W II. Mueller, P. L. Deck.
J N. Ireland, T W. rennlngtin. IF-
I miun-an The tolnl membershln Is
HO Tho proaent offlcors are-
(leorgo Uurdotto Chancellor Com-
John Moeks. Vice Cbancol'or;
Robert Ilurdetle. Prelate;
Jame- Woods, Miutor at rms;
Walter Mllburn, Keeper ol records.
.1 P Cummin?, Master or Lxche-
J. W. Ireland, Mnster of Work;
Inner Cuard II. 1! Coffey;
Outer (lunrd, W. II. Hlgglns;
Tho Trustees of the lodgo nro J. W.
lel.tnd. C K. Tate and II. T. llruco.
Tho meitborjilp U iiide up of
rnnrnsrntnllvn buslliDSH nlld' erofef-
tloiinl men and the work Is of superior te polrg to coit theni heavily Clover
order Tho inctitlnB Frldav and tho'st)li that has begun to "curl" will be
I ...1.1... .,lh. ...Ill nnllnm nnv.
iniii in-i i-iiuuj ubmi. .... .. ,..-....-
., . in.. ...... ii.ni utn..r...i hno. . .
thing of like nntuio that Stnnfonl hns
FOCD 6UPPLY GETTING LOW ON
Famlno In tha way of food-ltulfs und
. . . ..'. n..v. ........ i
at BcJiicrset Blnco
tut! tr. tnrcaieiieu i ouiuersri. uuu Electric Ultterf to ,kivc tone, sir-Bi 1 TUlg' rcmedy ge me groat
?WWLJr,uWrmZZ& .Jr-lfr,.'v.": S.PV:."4 IU view of my oxperlor.ee. 1
.ttlko. No freight talhs httvo arrived V, weak, ulcldy" of uJllug when Mteq- It tbj best' preparation of Its
o last Friday. andlt,ii Dltters will beneat.you froit. thn
many i-nnls 'Usi
o ejtd. .down nt r
Durnaliw for tuo
ouo..crso of Molcnc' wai," reported
Ai..ArtauKv At Ijuclngtou a utrrke-vio
in.t -Unk fctonodfrouu ah-engine;
tab ' flftlct vM' rwirtjrHKdi f rum aU,ti. .- - . . y ' irr . . ,
Mler 11 ncet. "'" .1 No Btouiach dosW Darif rataVrh
0,V,e.J.."c .niin o u 1Sll.febf.(by broathh. ,l!rqmo. It'IllV1' thji
iuun .......-... -- ---"-----.--
though everyoilO 1 in synipatny wun
thu htrlkers, but thcro hns been no
overt net of lawlessness, so far there
or at McKlnnoy
Farmers nro plowing nnd hnrrowlng
In this Tlclnlty getting rendy lor plant
Inf corn nnd sowing oats nnd making
Horn, to the wife AlntandY (Sour
ley n fine boy March 3th.
Mrs Ida Wheeldon of Huhnnks Is
isltlng her uncle Mr Sam Illshop
who lives near Morcland,
Iter. Tllford filled his engagement
at tho Uapllst church Sunday nnd Sun
Mr. Mack Williams who has been
employed as operator on the Q & C ,
Mrs. I'olly Reynolds pnld her daugh
tcr a visit In Mlclrigan last week.
Mr, Klmer Payne Is on the sick list
at this writing.
Mr James Nelson lost a cow ;asi
-...- at,..,..,... ... hrrfrnhnh! iirn
a call with the same disease. hlngsland Flther, of SL Louis; Alfred
Mm. Florcnco Acton's little daugh- Shelby, of Oklahomn, nnd Isaac Shel
ter Is on tho sick list nt thh writing by, Jr., Ocorgo nnd Misses Mary Flor-
Mr Islnh Mercer Is very sick at this
writing nnd his daughter who llvi
near l.oulsvllle, nnd nlso his son who
lives n Oklahomn nro vlsltlung him.
The wllo of Mr John Wo-y Aker
Is very dlrl: at this writing with heart
Meredith Francis of, Klncsvltle, fold
M worth of wall raper to different
parties In thl lelnity, ono day last
wock and he said It wns not n first
rate day for celling piper either
'of C C
Rogers at yoscmite. n ieni
pound boy and Cbsii Is ns proud of It i
n 11 1 l,n . I.I., f. .nnnnnn.
is man,, up or three candidate?.
W Hubnrts withdrew nnd Henry
ipi .i. .. :
iiiiiiiiiia cii in i nn f niinrv rnvrn
fight ns It were. The sheriffs nice
Is made up or T J Taylor and W T
urown anil buslnes-j or n political na
. . ., .. :,
' , il r V n, i. Z .
' v l T Claunch went to Pleasant
n 'Tr ""i" u f"1'
,nHatl ,0rf,v ' LuJT,11n'p:il "p r0,"rn,
Saturday nfternoon and preached
"lo.n.IinH,lLnlhn,J.rCn her0 8,,ndBy
'". nnnd"yo"'nKr , , ,
wnlter Jonen, on,, or our best voune
I.,, tt.l .,--. r l. . ..
' l-v and tck " posit'on sent to'Vho r"entlentlnry ror life Hetnear the school house and moved Into
in ( wmow to wacn rnnUl ,n nlhas been out on parolo for some time It ,
r'w con,it ,hc fK"ro " n ,nan no.and Is said to be a good negro. Uarlrr Ilurton hit. gone to Indiana
. . . . .1 , nlui Walter Daugh has moved to the
down"".!.'."" "wTtn Oeorgo Rirrl.. Henry Pl.dlllps am. house vacated by ilurton. Charloy
her fAlthful dog clofe nt his heels ' Walter Holtzclay wero among thdCook has mpved onto tlreasy HIdgo.
imd renrhng ror tho seat or his pants ! hardest workers nt the Daughman rircj lorn to the wllo of James Dunch a
i. ,. ,. ikm i, un,i.,r.nn' ..,. u..n.inv nn.i shnue. nnmra. were girl
N0T A WORD OF SCANDAL
marred tho card of a neighbor on Mr
Rpan,h.or Mnnvino. Wyo.who
Mie told Dr King's Now Life
FOLLOWS ONE OF THE MEANEST
DAYS IN MARCH.
Alter one of the meanest days ever
fm.n j March, the thermometer took
. midden drop Wednesday night nnd
ie,,nt ci,iifl UP nnd down innnv n snlne
Whero winter Dnnnels had been dis-
named for llcht-welcht toggery. In
,intIcl.atlon ot the balm springtime
A imlf, blow nil day Wednesday and
1 raised to much dust off the cltv street
thnt many In the country thought n
li'iu oi siiioko was uniiKiug ""' me
cuy nnd telephoned to town to learn
where the tiro was
Karmem who planted clou-r oirlr
n fnhrinl tl.nt
tro Biiaden cold spell
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kiiuii III" iiivriuuiiivici wi-.n ... ..
NO NEEB r -STOP WORK.
1 When your doctor orders
intiin urk. lt -ta-cers to
you nay You know you
,1 are worn
, run down and falllne lu he.lth. dav by
day but yo must woric a kmg as
.I.. It ii tl mil at urnrlf
1'ills lad cured her or olntlnnu kid- county about twenty cars ngo jor ,-'.,- h ' -,, ..ip., .,. a"t nich". ". . .
ne,. trouble, nnd mndc her feM like tho west He was a son or Mr. John ;"' f ""n. !, rt,e?..tll?',lt, ..ilIs? 911" n
a new woman." Easy but ... romo- Dutts. of Highland and a prominent ' ba'ek"Vo 'carrflVd' coi.nty and &
h for sionwrh. liver nnd Udney tro, - ...icr of his aduptcd state. I III- biotli ,aJi n y JIlp pW(J of g moth-'n" ,l be nWo
nil- -iiiiv i. i'i-hi hi rvni va iinir t-i ill i nun .. .- i"'u- ...... w.
T0U' cn stand Wfat yon ned U'ey Pills and I commenced their uso.
... . .. . . . .
first dofe. Tbpiwnd Mens tuthr for
.i.i. -i,.,ii. he-nr,' nd .tre'Bjfth
'Try Uieiu. Kvery bottl0 I? guaranteed
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. ,. ...HI... ? - WM
UUIJ yv VTBilf ill " "
i)ruB Store,. , ' ,
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Junius nuu.(ii,-a iud., b-hu '""i
Complete outfit II, extra bottles If
needed 50 cents, Q L, I'euuy guaran-
Major Isaac Shelby
PA8SE8 AWAY AT HI3 HOME IN
Nows was received hero Wednes
day of tho death at his homo "Arca
dia" of Majop Isaac Shelby, grand
son of (lov. Isaac Shelby, the llrst
Covernor of Kentucky, which rrcurred
shortly after noon, after n short 111-
nss Malor Shelby wns ho years oiu,
tho last of his generation of tho fami
ly so distinguished In tho early nnnals
of tr. Slate..
MaJ. Shelby was preceded to the
grne many years by his wife, who
wan Miss Mary Steele, of Chlcngo. Ho
Is survived by eleven children Mm.
Godfrey Dnrdlshare, lately of England
Mrs. Shelby Snndcrx, of Louisiana;
Mrs. P. M. Mcltoberts, of Stanford;
Mn. Will ijiwwHI, of Danville. Mrs.
ence nnd Tciia Shelby, of thU county,
In early llfo MaJ Shelbv lived In
Fayctt0 county with his father, nnd
later went to Chlcngo, where ho mar-
rled He enlisted In the Confcderato
arnir nnd mpldly rote In rank through
dlstliigurshril sen Ice For the past
decade or so r had lived n quiet llfo
of n country gentlemen on part of
(lovernnr Shelby's orlglnnl homestead
"Traveller Host "
Mrs. Mcltoberts hart been at her
father's bedside since he first became
III, nnd nenrly nil the members of the
family were present when tho end
came peacefully nnd quietly.
To Holy Land
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'- ,J ,,'. . ,". j n necmint ofi,1'rn "I th" "ea' earbonlferoiM rock,
n.l,d Jhp M?ls ,r7nd ?.n "cc""n.1 r Kvhieh tvnM .,mv tn hn rni mi
iiiii rirnmnn'B viriKn nn 1110 u sr. i .. no
,'. ...... -. ... . .. - -, -
was obliged to drive here from Homer ,
seet. He will sail from New York
Saturday the 18th with Cook & Sons.
Saturday the 18th with Cook & Sons.
Tho venerable Rev W U. Jodboy, or
Perry vllle. who hns twlcP before
Ited the lands or tho HIble. will lead
tho party. They will take in England
Scotland, Ireland, France, Itnly, Grceco
Egypt, and Palestine, going its tar ns
Damascus. Thev expect to make the
trip In nbout 100 dayu. Dr. Vniuhn
wns In excellent health nnd In flno
splriti. The 1. J-. wishes him lion
ConiO nnd let tno taKO .VOUr mens-
ore for your sprlrg suit It will notl'toro the natural action of these vital,
taa you nny more tlvw the Inexpert -
enced mnn will chharge you. n. l.
Huple tho Practical Taylor. 21-2
Governor Wlllwn inls week granicu
n nardon to Louis Lynn colored, who
was convicted of mansiaugnier ana
mitt.i in the mention mndo or
' l" "-
th(e who were prominent in
work ol sahnge.
News wluf received here ,h.s week
of the cleatn in jourey cuuuiy. ;
sourl. of Jack Dutts. who loft Lincoln
o. .. i,.... i,.c .o -.11011,1 tin. rniierf.l Mr
StrtkOK left o atteml the funerfi Mr.
DutU is survived by his wife and sev
CO AT IT RIGHT.
Friend, and Nel.hbors In Stanford
Will Show You How.
(let nt the root of tho trouble.
Rubbing an nchlng back may re.
Dut it won't cure lt.
You must reach tho root at It the
,,". nn,.v nu Co rlrln at It:
Reach the cause, relievo tho pain.
They cure. too. so Stanford people,
.... .u .i...., .
, y1' ' ' '..,.
" muiu, .., o.. j
yearn ago my kidneys began to trou
m0 me. jjy Hack grew bo lamo thnt,.
' . . . .
, ,...i,i ,,, .toon njiil I nlfint nnnr V nt
.w...". ,. . - r- . . --
night. Sometimes an almost com -
plete retention of the kidney secre-
tie-on iiU. Uien again I lad a,
- " -
'!"cVr". ":1. T " ::.,.'
rla was In evidence I finally had tho
good fortuno to learn of Doan's Kid
hvo ter taken. I have rccommoml
l( . ,M.,. , , . nf
'u ""- " '-
ixinln anil oorvone hi
peopio ami overj
lil-fc RUUU IVDUlin
, Kor i
' or '
.,. . . .,. i.,i u,.,
soio rkuuib iwr i"0 uiiiiou -inw.-..
nomouiber tho namo .loan's -mid
u nQ othef
havo followed-, Ihalrirfdv as n complexion wtth. CnuI,"r A,!SSnf tairoraaWlMI" vMt:.iCvoyA 'gavjTlrtht.,; membur,pr tho f.fve orgaild adult
' it. n n. seeirts to'fenuive thb ctfubi' u how Juu irwr or Wiuio reroarHi i 11V,JT:iCt,WwifB'nt.MTirl: cla-jWalnV Tchr and .ifflcew
.deaton. .ttloo'Jiw Vf-.-,. ,kliindmig It o-l .'aPK? ""' ?l!U7..oJ,rffenr0 WC ft ";, rRXffiWff. then- lr.shuar. Utbo ryrd anl tH're
. DurraJo.fJevilViW-miootl. nf,l.r-.a.,rit u(K hvVtn ,"!' rennyu urui. iur . - .-'Jr- ' Mi'nV jvuil beHeWifJK Vi6iHi,'st.eit1je3 Oftd
COAL MINERS AT
WORK AT M'KINNEY
EXPERT SINK 8HAFT TO TEST
THE MINE DISCOVERED ON
Much Interest Is being mnnlfestcn
In the McKlnncy ecctlcn over the
tests which nro being made or the
coal mine which hns been opened up
on tho tnrm of Mr K. L. Tanner. Two
experts hnve been engaged in drilling
deep Into tho hill whero tho vein was
found, and It Is oxicted that It will
bo lenrned positively this week wheth
er tho diameter of the coal Is such
thnt It will pay for further develop
ment of the mine.
The experts, who were secured to
come to Lincoln directly from practi
cal conl mining, struck Into tho hill
it few hundred Tret from wliere tno
first opening was made, and unii a
shalt so n' to strike directly Into
whrt should he the heart of the vein
They my that all Indications point a
probable strike of a very rich vein
or rue!, nnd If this Is the remit of tho
work, preparations will be made nt
once to mine on nn extensive srnlo.
So confident nre the experts o tho
prospects of strlklnr the right kind or
eon! that their wdrs Is costing Mr.
Two other farmers of that part of
tho county hnvo round outcropping?
on their places which seemed to Indi
cate that thev have coal mines nlo
a few feet under the corf Both .larva
Cash and II. F. Cain hae found r.
'blnej rocl:, fhowfoiir In ii, 'oii,
which readily burned In :i fire thnnrh
Icnlng n small reildue, apparently a
core in' the' center which could not
bo consumed It Is believed that ns
this character of rock wns found on
the surface, a llttlo mining, would
" " "
mPn aro "wnl',n th,e TC"h
) mbjlni: on Mr Tanner vein ml
'' ls ! successful they will start at
'' ' "U,"V"' ""' ." "s.-Mjiuvn not been neither! ab8ent nor
' '. ""' ' "l ' V, ,,
think that a great many exceedingly,
rich mines nre concealed In the hills
In that Immedlato community.
FOLEY'S KIDNEY PILLS Lntlier have Just returned from a vls-
NeutralUc nnd remoe the poisons lt l0 8ee relatives at Eubank.
.1,,. o.... i ..k-.h. .i,,...i.. Mis Effle Cox of Florida Is vUlt
that cause backache, rheumatism, ner . , p at tM. ,.
voiineR ana nil Kinnpv and manner i
IrrnlnHHM. Thev hnllrt ,,n nnrt r. !
organs. Bhugars and Tanner,
Farmers ore busy making prepara
tions for farming and gardening while
only a row are making arrangements
for tohaccn crnns. thn nasi hCA.' on's
i expienc,, rmirig cured tho fever that
nnd gotten hold of so many,
ivnn liutt nns mint n new nouse
A rew weekB ago Mr. Thos. Tanker-
, l.,- nnn. DsiHi T lif nnffir
-' '"."IV ' V"v ,"'." " "','"
county lost hU wife, leaving an. In-
unit mini .wuii - jr.ii imi uiuu i"j.n n, nut0
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' ,,2 ,nJ'.lIVL .",". '
"' . .
.. .,, (,s ,,,,. Kmv nnd s
iilir- from M. 0 Surks for $?7.00
.... m ,i 0...1,., f - nn
Andy (Ilsler nnd (leorgo Walls with
their families liae mocd near Lex
ington. A. 1- Young has moved Into the
Wnlls houso near I). It. Adams'.
Will and Dormer Adams havo mo;,
ed to nanvlllo to work on the Q &C.
Herman Heed who na' been learn
ing the barbers trad- under Mr. Mor
ris Wall nt King's Mountain, has been
practicing on boys nnd men or this i parents 'at this plnce.
place on Saturday n'tornoon In Johni jiorn, to the wiro Logan Wnlls n
Dnugh'n store room. hjne baby girl.
i, .. t),.. ...no mn,M ...
I .il'. .lltllKllltk H.IIISI. "na vi,vm lu
'Science Hill last wco:t to ho nt the
bedside or her nged mother who uieu
yesterday. She was accompanied by
her two sons Eddie nnd Froddlo.
. -. . . ...
John Sidres n.fi just rciurneu irom n'
it-ilviMt to his dauettor Mrs. llryt
Iirynnt nt i
Sirfl, wnuer ii"uk" ui .'"f '
i(nich nro viNitlng at isewoii.
.,nr,: ''l;,t '"'l.1?1?? .'T 'ml 51
toff VesterilnV fOr 1'MOenlX AHZ. I llGir
. . . . . . . i
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inm nn, wui piny iiur" luuii iival iti 'i
. and then follow on.
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eczema C""t a ha,t wn
rSjS-l ST "Ml
remedy for Bc-cino. Psoriasis, and all,;'"'"' ' " -"
tor jorms or ci,ulLo-.-i. It U now
Uuown tlint there Is no, other wash
oven thoto u.ed by the beauty spo-
iii.t. ln Li m n.'ir'rt with t tila
vimrsin, inui- p .tl...s. ... ....
'"""."H"" yr"r"m"v ,.r. rTrr:
'1I11IU llltlllll llnVlVaillllU, fc.ui .a.. VI
,,t'"r thl Jfewn nioiie a, opu o
.For'tbt reM, alone a bottle
. n 1). nouu ne hopi on i"-. in,
i6erv bmtteiioiu A trial wmw -l
n.-r n f.c tint lie today and keen It
111 t!la hriitve
Hhturiii-H nnil Tnnner
ih lenorted ,.in .ii.iw.i.m.tii.i mrtt- oMLI.i irrrat tVQU o urugpiais i'Hnuci. . Hs. f ,l- ..i.. ii,;,iH-t I is chen'by Jind Sa fcrlv fnr -ttie
T ' ""(NV.V !, frifhliV.imf.tlW cleans ble Cliriw tliaUO hy .t.MJJ anu gl0 ?mi ". '".-- . .1 VMM ...... of Ih. PhHallnn Hinidnr ehnn 1
Biying Tobacco Again
P. KINCAID PAYS 6 TO 8 CENTS
FOR BAUGHMAN'8 CROP
W. P. Klncald has entered tho to
bacco market ugaln, and this week
bought about 20,000 pounds of tho crop
of S. II, Daughraan, paying therefor
from C to 8 cents, Mr. Klncald Is ne
gotiating for otner crops of Mr. Daugh
man nnd will look at other tobac
co In this count which hn)t not yet
been offered on tho mnrket. Since
lenrulrg that ho Is In tho market again
a number ol growers who have extra
good crops nro saving them for him
to fceo rather than tnko to tbo ware
houses and pay big commissions.
Mr. M. O. Murphy was ordained to
tho ministry at Pleasant Point Ilnn
tUt church Saturday thc 11th. Dro.
Jones of Stanford preached the or
dination sermon, which was hlghlv
complimented, llr. W. O. Tllford of
KubankJ, delivered the charge, which
wab very Instructive and touching.
Hro. Noel presented tho HIble In a
very befitting mannci. Tho ordlnn
tlon Is said to havo been tho nicest
nnd best over taken place In this part
of tho country, tiro. Murphy was paid
a high tribute by tho presbytery, as
being real sound in the ralth nnd well
established In tho doctrines or the
iM'le. There wero four churches re
presented bv IB minsters nnd dea
cons In the council. Hro. Murphy
and fnmlly will start lor Snn Mnrcos
Tcxab. tho frst of April.
1 he report of attendance In King's
Mountain Graded School, from fl'th
frnde up, lw as follows! Those who
have not been absent during last two
months ar0 Eva Leach, Lela Smith,
Dstell Goocrv Maggie Smith, Dora Al
ford, Ira Roberts, Edna Chlldcrs, Char
ley nrown, Eugene Wall, Krncst Flint.
Lena Frnncls, Earl Mudman. Mabel
Flint, Pearl Hogue, nnd" Clarence
Tt)ose who Jiavo not bepn absent
during'the term aro: Ilusell Thomp
son, draco Thompson. Those who
tardy, during tho terra are: Laura
Uur. and Huleu
Mr. J. H. MeKee nnd daughter made
'a trip to Stanford Friday.
f .r - -o v Aauwvt
i- trn.Mn nA ..tm h. k..
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icarnniK nip uuiurr irauo ucro wiw
Morris Wall, will open a shop at Mid-.
dleburg tho 1st of April.
Ihero has been considerable confus
ion here over the negro firemen on
the Q. & C, slnco tho strike almost
every train with a negro fireman has
been tied up here. The negroes told
to dig nnd trey have obeyed oraer,
leaving; the trains to tho engineers
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u0 now aji the negroes have, riown
tho coop, and quiet Is again restored
King's Mountain boys nave organiz
ed n band and we hop0 they will have
huccess. Willie Tabscott or Middle
buig Is coming to Imtruct them
Arthur Murphy, Ira ttouten, Wnlter
.uuvn. v..tv,v tj ... , ... .. ...u 4.u.v.
Dell lelt Friday for Phoenix Arizona.
Arthur Murphy will stay at Phoenix
a while but will return to Texns where
hcr' i" b ,'UhZhZS-fam.lv
mnde a flying trip to our town Sunday
a schedule of awards on tobacco
I ' Lstner jiiurpny aaiuruuy ana .'," " " " "--"" 1
jylor I. the guest o'
,,, ,BPV ,.. this year. These classes aro open to V. Drown died or pneumonia bun
WEt lnFa rew dealers as well farmers, the condl- j. ,nkcn to Rockcast, f0r
', Mnprf Un,u ,B nn 1h ,,.
Ml. Mnfimli vlsltlnt? her mother,
Mr. Funnlo Carey
Mr and Mrs. (?. W. Gaines wore
tnegue.UK oi .Mrs. J. . uee aununy. n.,luttPf.n of tho Prnn nf ii)!0 sinmles
Horn, to the wiro or S P. Wngner.l louaeco or tDo crop 0I JJl10' sfn,nIes
.4 flno baby boy to contain twelve regular sized hands.
Miss Deiln Falconborry has been the Red leaf $20 $W t
,;ucbt or Miss Fsl her Caldwell. bright leaf J20 J 10 ti
Chrence Dunn or tho Q. & C. spent I. .. ... ,,. ..
Hnturdav and Sunday nleht with htl t'Karetto wrapper 20 10 U
I OA77 AftO QCQID I rOUDieS
Yieid to Zemo.
A CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION
FO EXTERNAL USE.
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I'omiv i i ini i; Miorn ih Ko coniiueiiL
thut ZKMO nnd ZEMO soap used to-
S-tnnr wlu rm ,rVj BK'" ? sc?'"' ?f -"'
I-.... ...III .1.1 .1,. .,l,l i.. . in.
nnt or grown person of pimples, mact
1 . n . . rn iir iieitntiiii neieiriv nnir
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1 ue win . "" ".'""". ur" ."
you nre not cntiroly wit Is led with tho
liie win kivu juur iiiuiiuj uiiv ,4
results obtnlned from the uso of zk-
iu nna m soap.
l no iiidv uiiiiiivuiu m bs
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wist.-yom ulr tini to
r's Clara D, Traylor 8-3
I . .... ... 1. I.. ,1.. lo. Mian. Rhri o nnil Knnn n MllililOV UU81C UIUI a tlfU.UU. iVVfry '
1. S, Frith who has been very sick
for 8otn time Is roported bettor
Charloy Hurt third trick operator
at tho telegraph office hero Is taking
a fow days ofL Ilrnck Durham Is
filling tho place.
John Pike of Lebanon was visiting
homcfolks here last week.
W H 8owder Is getting along nicely
with his now resldenco nnd will have
It ready ror occupancy soon.
J. W Rider or ML Vernon represent
Ing the It. M. K. wholesale flour nnd
feed company or Livingston wrti hero
talking shlpstiuf to our merchants
J. O. Frith Is greatly Improving the
looks of his property Just south of
tne Hotel building by filling In nnd
soaaing tne low places.
A Mr. Ward formerly of London
but now of Sonora has located his
family here and at present are occupy
mg tn0 I'rotnroo property. Mr. Ward
will likely purchaso a rarm near this
Mr. Frank Brooks our former mar-
shnl who has been confined to his
room ror screral weeks with rheuma
tism w aro glad to learn Is slowly
Improving and will soon bo out again.
Farmers nro Liking ndvntitago or the
cprlug weithor nnd working early nnd
late getting ready to plant out what
now looks like tho largest crop this
iiart or countr has ever seen, nrlnci
pally corn ns the low prices realized
on last yenr's crop or tobacco hap
discouraged the raising or any great
amount or that weed this season
Some hnvo asserted they contemplate
rnMne potitnes Instead or tobacco
this season claiming that potatoes at
nt cents ner bushel will beat rals
Ing tobacco' at C cents per pound
Oscho Frazlcr Is nursing a sore root
caused bj cutting it with an ax.
It seems ns though an epidemic of
moving fever hns struck this vicinity
as about half of the citizens arc mov
ing nnd changing places.
Oscar Manuel who hns vecently gone
to HllnoU writes hack favorable re
ports to his relations nnd friends here.
Llttlo 3-yenr-oId girl of Floyd Mor
gan got seriously burned last week by
her clothes catching fire from n stove
She wai In the house by her self when
lt occurred as her mother had cono to
tho store, a short distance r.way.
Joe Coleman who has been employ
ed at Cincinnati Tor quite a while Is
at home to stay
S. J. Pollard Is preparing to move
over In the Bee Lick section In about
two weeks nnd he has rented hla
property to J. Kldd who will occupy
It nt once,
Mrs. J. T. Pence is visiting her son
Elmore Slier nt Pnrls.
FOR STATE FAIR WILL BE LIBER
AL THI8 YEAR.
While the tobacco exhibit at the
Kentucky state fair In 1910 waB a
good one. they received a great many
complaints from the farmer and
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, " wuareo ia uiurei,Mcui
iid th's stnto and adjoining state
that they could not get tholr new
- ready In Ume Ior tho fa.r.
, owing to tho lato curing of tho crop.
i Tne p0ara at a recent meeting a"'
.-nran In 19in on ht.lh TVirV nn.i llr.
ley tobacco, making two extra classes
pon which premiums will bo gUenl
nons oi oniry oeing tne sarao as nerc-
premium list in jyu iouicco
ili: b adopted and published later,
.Following Is tho premium list. Hurley
I'r'Lht trash J20 J10 J"
itest four snmples
L.m ,i - ,m
from single crop tm-
tracing Red leaf, Drlght
fMt! widm- nnd
, bright trash $10
SOME SPORTS IN MADISON.
,... .flnrnor .Tnrkann filed ihlrtv
warrants with County Judge Shackol-
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niFfl nut tmvnrni vnrv nmminent l-iii.
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rt ,r,nr,iin, tn the evident unon
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n mru 1 iih mil iiiiiih iai-iii iaBLi-uu iiicid
County Attorney Jackson
claims that this Is tho biggest haul for
claims that tnis is tno mggesi naui lor
gamming in jears in siomson coumy
The arfair hns created qui a sonsa-
ii. i. nn.i Ir.ln rt.nl -. . ,)m anil,
UUll III VVUtV V..V.S.O .W.W m ..w wuu
Vllix,. Rnrtlo nmt Knnnln "iliulilov
if ix nt last week with Miss M ' n
Huyd nnd other friends here
TS MT. SALEM- ' . .."
POST OFFICE TO
PRCACHERSVILLE PEOPLE MAY
BE PUT ON EXTENSION OF
RURAL ROUTE NO. 4.
Preachcisvllle March 1G
Mr W. II. Cummins, tho poitmns
ler at Preachcrsvllle, nas received
formal notification from the depart
ment at Washington City to tho ef
fect that the office at this placo Is to
bo discontinued March 31, and his re
signation will be accepted at that
time. It Is nut known what disposi
tion tho authorities will mako of this
matter. Desldes tho proposition for
a rural routn out of Crab Orchard to
.serve this place, wc hear some talk
of continuing tho route No. 4, Stanford
down the Crab Orchard pike to Drako's
Crook or thereabouts and double back
betore leaving Prencbersvlllo Tor Stan
ford. Our people Rare enjoyed tho
benefit of n dally mall service since
April 0th 1883.
Tnleves entered tho corn crib of
3am J. Harris, the Drnke's Creek far
mer Sunday night and helped them
selves. A rain was In progress at tho
rime of their entry nnd ceased (tilling
before they left which caused their
track on leaving to be plain enough
to rollow easily. Mr II. took the
trail und soon round where It ended.
We heartily advise tho light-fingered
gentry to not repeat the caper If they
desire to keep out of jail or retain their
Horn, to the wife of T. Y Shaw, a
fmo girl. A flno daughter has also ar
rlted nt the homo or Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. J. T. Roberts or Hubble, and
daughter, Miss Essie Roberts, or Chi
cafo, are visiting Air. and Mrj. T. Y.
While taking a stroll on DIx River
near th0 "Horso Shoe Dend", W. F..
Ballard- and Henry Kldd round the
head of nn enormous catfish recently.
Them wero about ten inches of tho
larger vertobne still attached to tbo
head. Th0 spread of tho Jaws from
sldo to side measured full seven Inches
It Is conjectured that the high tide
In Jaruary "carried tbo big fish high
up in tho back water and when tho
water receded, by some means the"
fish failed to get back with tho tailing
water. Dynamite. Is sometimes used
tor the unlawmi Killing of llsti ana
this may have been tho victim but not
not Becured by the user of tho ex
plosive. This Is believed to havo been
tho fish .that broke so many lines for
tho local sports last year In this lo
cality. Mrs. W. H. Smith sold the stono
smoke stack and boiler of the old
White's Mill, formerly known as
James' to Jas. I. Whito who will uso
the stono for a foundation on which
he will erect his Lincoln Inn building
Mru. Smith will soon have the old
mill dismantled and rebuilt.
Mr. Drown nnd Frank Cash, or Deo
Lick, visited the family of J. W. Drown
II. C. Brown, of Mercer visited a, C.
James Mr. and Mrs Grover Gastineau
of Point Lea veil wero visiting Wiiuuu.
Najlor and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil R. Thompson
gate an elegant dining In bonoor Of
Mr. John Carpenter and son, Oliver
A large crowd of kinfolks and friends
enjoyed the lavish hospitality of thin
popular couple. Mr. Carpenter and
son will soon lenve tor Red Rock,
A barn belonging to Wm. Aker burn
ed down Frldav aiternoon. About 40
barrels of corn nnd some hay wero
Word received here Eays that a
lll.ln ,1 f t ., , a.- lino firlir,l nf thn hnmn
nf p v. ninnitenRhrin near Stanford
The Infant daughter or Mr and Mrs.
M. O. Kennedy Is nt Dryantsvlllo
invoicing a stock of goods which he
takes In a few day Sir Kennedy
and excellent wiro leave hero Wednes
day much to tho regret or every one.
heir place vlll lie hard to fill as Mrs
Kennedy was a good worker in church
and Sunday school while Mlko Is a
good neighbor nnd most obliging,
reaoy at all times to do a favor Wo
commend them to the good neoplo of
Mrs J. M. Press will donate the
uiouey from the sale of her Sunday
eggs this year to church purposes
Her Sunday eggs for January and
February wero 29 dozen and sold at
an average price of 15 1-2 cents', being
aniost four dollar J for two months,
and at this rate will amount to some
thing like S25 for tbo year. If a tenth
of the poultry women wero tn dbtbls,
a lot of church lndebtnoss would bo
Jackson Collett has been sick but Is
ublo to b0 out ngaln Judgo Dallard
-i been quite 111.
Messrs. V, D. Williams and Walter
i .uiucr mri-d vimiiiik hi i.11111. iit'iv,
t -inn . ..i.i.i . -r..i. , 1.1.
Mr. John Williams who has been
so III. Is able to bo out again.
Walter Pottus ha been a guest of
" day morn.ng.by
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Rov, Johtuon was a roost excellent
ono- lne subject was "Tho Prlco of A
wng LQnd,cd , ,,
ter Crab orchard and Stanrord were
well, rerreuei.ted, the house filled and
lnanv cotitil not nlitnln .entii
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There Is to be a fredjsoclal nnd cti-
tetalninent nt the oj?rh ronse In
HustonvllIoFrlday Marchrl"Lh 7 1 M
music Ulld a debate,
who bas been enrolled m on - f 110
r V D, Ca 1 urged to to p- cU be
fore 7 30 I M