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Volume xxxviii. no. 25.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
REV. P. L. BRUCE
t CALLED TO PASTORATE
UNANIMOUS INVITATION EXTCND
ED DY LOCAL PRESBYTER-
IAN WILL DE AC
i I lie coiinroaatl' rml mooting nt the
t. I ... . i r I -.. I
I'ramuiminn rniircn nnrn muiiuhv n
wiftiilmmifl mil vnn oxtciii.p.1 to tho
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ttov I 1. Ilrucu to tht nBtornte. Tho, jjn WIHU QnrrUon who hid been .ou. friend? and tintrniiH nro mrfCU Pundo, paying an avcrngo of 0 l-2c, that has beon Kept for n brood maro flclcnt manaBcmcnt or Mr. II. M.
church Inn received word from Tlov. ' llvlns horn for omo llmo 1b n6W teoV. . i i i Ab.i n ui Pdih"8 prices ronsiue from a 1-2 to 8c irf the flno Rhow maro Toxy I)ar0 she Houchln, who, with hh most enter
,.ruco that ho w, accept, nnd ,t c, UulZlTlZ nt.y loBht the crop of Mr bolnB duo to foal th,8 spring by t SSnuSS
expected that ho will como hero soon, n-j,,, ,,arly clven by Miss Cooner losti ....., .,. u... James N. Cnsh nnd Is nicotlotlnR for Pon KJngl Alraont Daro 3228, A. S. H.iVo watcrlnc nlacc In Kentucky.
niter tho first of tho month.
Krr novernl years Mr, Jlruco lms,loyca by ti,(W0 prPSent
Tn T Pr. "' Tnn- m
cam,, ntiru several wTokh mm nml.
. " i
projcbod two splendid sermons for tho
B.rn.bershlp of tho church very much.
Mr nruce Is n native ICnKllshmnn. but
lias been In America for a number of
years. He has wlfo and sovernl
children. It Is understood, nnd will go
10 pomciteeping ns soon ns possible).
The snlarr paid
4100 a year.
by tho church Is
HONOR ROLL OF STAN- X
K FORD SCHOOL
Tbe following Is tho honor roll of
lh Huinford Otaded anJ 'llitn S-licoI
for the month of March'
Primary KNthor.ni) iIpi 't, Pr.in.vs
l-'lsb, Nelll- Mitchell tolnl-le I ro?
Ir l.ellii l!-iioy. rrano Tate.
(Iruili 1. - .Msrjorl" 11-i.t m, ,ionrv
UnnRbirnn, .'nines Ilannni.io, Ai)r,,son
Hell. Pearl l-'mbry, JcHiiilitui .ihi.'Ii,
Hubert llal.i. Kffls JsnW'i.-j. '. v
IVvnll Wltherr. Mtilwl Wllhlii
Crnde Il.Mnrgaret Shanks. am
sr 'trg. I.nrllo Waters. Vic (Jose.
.-m-lli, Kthol I-.reedlovo. VMli riirnier.f
J(V (Irlmos. William TK Kd I'armer
t,imd4 III - -Snm Cral. Frnnccs,
, . . .. t.H 1, !..- II. ,1 IT...
..,.,....,. .. w . .-... u. ..-.,-
. .v. ...u.r.-. i.-. w-.,....- ... ...m. ,
i r.!c iv nester nwrM, .",,
U.-K.TIM..i'.-.K.r. a..hlil.ll ulir'f
II. I,.... All... If...-..t? .l..l. rhfl,,,,
All'n Husfiell I'ltih, rhciuia
.......... ix .. iuutuii . v.
P,M,... If.).,, liulil M .tr.,inn VtrtfU
. .. ... ,, ...
rilpie, iiokiii novernuc", .iiih-iiu
OrnilC V. Ilnbatt rnold. I?ttIe
I "tight. MorrU llnico, Annlo V. Craig
I on l)nvli, Nancy K. McKlnney, Ada
Mnl.le-, Annie It. Powell, Clarenco
Hlnel.'lon, Allco Tnmmc.
1-ndo VI. Matey (Irlmdi, Jesse
P.-cker Kmlly Murphy, Jean Pnxton,
Ad.-lls Riusell, Hnrtwell Shanks, Let
. W McKlnney
fli-iilo VII. Maude Arnold Proseott
U. n Kmo linrdlr-;, Iwls Proctor.
.i.i. rt. Trlbble, Klfli- Ware.
t. ratio VIII.-Mnry S. Cook. SallleM
r. r Itolierta lloHzclaw. Annie 1).
?'flUl.ertM. Mary M. Hnnoy, Vernn
I;out. M)iue Singleton. (Jertrude Wll
,n.'"in. Freshmin. KIIlo llaughman. Harry
t '.trier. Pobert Carter.
Sophomcro Thomas Colemnn.
lunlor vVIIIlo Moore, John M
S'-nlor .loscph Hopper.
LOOK HERE FOR IT.
Many a Stanford Reader Will De In
terested. Wlxti people retvil about the euroj
f:aile bv a modlciiie endorFel from
f.r away, It Ii surprising that they
vonder If tho statements rre Inw!
Ittit when they read of cases right
her" nt homo positive prcor Is with
in their roarta. for close Investigation
tr nn r-ssy mutter Rrsd Stanford en
don em bt f Duan't Klclne. Pills.
paw son Barnett, Rowland ht.. Hian
firrtl, Kt.. savs 'Pott time " 1
rnm fall snd this. tog.thr
with tb Jsrrlrui to which 1 am a sub
Ji In in- work. broi!bt on klWuiy
troalili Tor several days I could hard
ly tit about a account of the pains ta
., Ucy. I also Bot,ced that th.
tmiuiM oi mi immj' kvi.uub .
vary irraeutar, spc-clally at nlghL I toods and 18 poles of mod. bofluuina; ,ho Kuest 0f Mr. Noah Marsee Satur
deaided -U cur, this trouble bafor. at u " J9' ' y, en route to till an appointment
It ., chroalc aad I kn.w tbat fi UaSary I.I". 9 ' for tho ML Hebron congregation.
Doan-s Kldaey Will wr good for
Murk retiiplslntt, I nrecjrid a box at
Rbvuari ana -Taui.r's Drur Store. 1W
for. I ld tlulth.d th. routent. I
wa t1r.ly cnndavn" 1 kavu ba4
no kidney trou$l slse.."
For ' bv all dralora, frlee 50e
Ko.ter.MHl.r".l rurf.to. New Yorkl'811 ud'?9"' "!iLde.!:U. J1"".
i . w t. it a . .
sole arents for-tbe United Btstes.
nmember tlm. name Doan's and
LS.lli. itltuv mil if Ainrv fan nntAfl
of rhoiimatm Is simply rheumnt'sm
.hi ... . n . . mniV rho, nsfiiml1" Pu"' ' L".rr.?.u.'r '" "J
oi ne uiuni:.- ..uo ii, i...... ... i,i..i.i, My ji,8 r'etnmlssiocar, payaoif 10 uiui,
, , -ro-- rb im-aMsm neither of bea'-liiK sH per cent Intereit froin
vrbie- ronulro ncd lDlernel trotmcnt.i.,(p 0f ile, tb. same hating the
nil tl'M Is neodei' to ."em. H',r l-,r rre iwd t'foct of s. Judgment with a
- . . . . .. .1.. .. . .. ... ...I.I .... .4 !. flir.
fr. '" .ton in ' "nlH," l"lin in;
ti..rf f5iv I- . tr .1.. You a.o cr
tnn ! i ' - Etv' .tfltb Xho nu'cV re-
lire lrh It Hfrd . "' hv C I
ruy. i" BM1
Hoy Arnold nd children, on
Imvo boon vlslllng Mr. nml '
Mrs. W. 8. WlRlmm.
.Mr. II. II. King nml Mr. Wyntt MonU
rfomrry have liecn grading their yards j
nml building now fence
Slnou ll' strlko In over tho mer
chants ot Murcland Imvo been recti v-
line goods dnlly,
. .. . .. .
t- m ii limit n niifimi in nu.
iMi i. ' ....-v- ..
Uvery a nlto cliwd carrluw'. '
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. :,..m . .. i. , i,.i. a. iil
.inpfB n.i.iiu n.itu, I.UIIH nauK, ouu.u
Kudu. ju,u yn, Norn Kads. Hcrtha
Peavyliouso. Ada l'rel. Mlnello I'rultt
,,..,..... n...... iirnn, i..... tinnv
MVP.I,. -M.U ..I....U... WUI... Il.tblt.
Tom Uack, Oliver Kads, Amlt Kads,
Krnest ford, linger Hicks. James Han1
k0n, nnroy llopkliis, James Hall, Km
ril0na McClure. llay Carpenter. Hnrry,
Neal, Hon I'rultt, Krod 1'onvyhouBo. I A
John (Jnnn, Algnr Wmldlv. '
Mrs William Hpcrsnn nnd daughter i
will join Mr, Spcrson who l. In In
dianapolis, where they will mnkL. their!
Mr (ioorgo Itout moved to tho houso '
of Mr. James II. I'rultt just opposite
mo ii.uiuiu.iu iiiuiic nc.xxii uuimimik.
f nre nnMtlg ll xooi school nt ,
Hnturdny evenlnK was very much Cn-!t0 , , f , stntlfora lf.h 8clloot toveral other largo crops la this ew
lorcd by th.o present who wore m. . ;,, , uhirh.tlon.
iworimnii tnugni i.y rror. h. 1 urubbs'nre laid aside until everv word Is read
I'rnl. (TrubbH has enrolled ,' ldIn V0llr 2()0l nar)e, Uh iiit0 n dw'.uu hnna ,, I1ln ,,, ,ni,-.a ml
rrhnlnrs and thoro
nnnt to htnrt In
nro f,thr who -
barber hero now.
Wo bae a now
Mr I uclen Dye, h0 h In KIIIm' mIiciii
.Mr l K Mel lure Is moving Into
,tho Mink Hotel tlili wcelt
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JOHN c- "eCARLEY.
f rab Orchard. Ky March 28
vAf,cr " mosl "n,nruI ll,ne" of ,cu,
rr""!iiitni in u nmn i in vini nt yur.
fcrc(. lln,0Ill (ll0 ,mpr,w,n0J
. .. ,., ...n.t. ... niiivu iu i ivHI mil-
,tvitt t j. i'. McCarley left Us frail i
encmcnl of cln). for a lirlRnter cmP
far , d u br ht w Hk
. , ..ternnl bomo. I novor aw nl
tno mngfj nn(. Ul0 uuriai m0re gen
ulno sorrow, Btem men, lovely women
;nnd little children, nil mingled their
tenrs In one common Stream of grief.
1 thought of ono sentence In Webster's
! old blue bad; spelling book, "wo
mourn th,. loss ol a good man." Xo
hypocritical tears all genuine, flowing
riom sorrowing hearts, oh, what a
good mnn, so honest, so Industrious,
so fnilhlul, so true. I do not write
tbso ilnot, to tell his ago, how many
limes bo had been mnrrled, but lint
we may all try to emulate his example
and that our ne'gbbors, relatives am
Ii lends may weep for us tho genuino
heart-felt copIoub tears that weroshed
for the lamented dend. John McCnr
TV'hen u good mnn dies for years
hoond our ken, the good ho leaves
behind him lies upon the paths of
men Oh how wu sympathize with
th0 beronved widow, the heart brokon
daughter now doubly an orphnn, and
tho iioor little fatherless babies left
FOlltaty -ind ilofenKoloss upon Ibe great
(joon of lile May henvenl.. pilot
fc'ely guide their tlnv little crafts luv
twoen tbo troaclerv ScvPa nnd Charv
bndls of life and thoy all find hnppt
nes and prosperity on earth and at
hut a safe birbor on the celestial
thoro Is the echoed prav,. rof tlr,,
hIimp heart has been deeply, touclied
by grlof. A true frlond.
FOXTA1NK FOX HOISMTT
Mattln HeCeriick. PUIstltf
Joe r.ifft's Htlra. Defendant.
Iurunt to a iudf inent of the
om circuit court.
abet etyled action
at It Fibruary
tern'. I.U, tl uiduratenod Clmmli
sloirr n'fl on
M.n-ay, Aarll 10th. 1111
icoiintv Courl I-mri. at t o'clock ! .
u front of the court houss doer in
Stanford, Ky, asll at public outcry to
hWm MdjMWddor th. Jel-
couBtiiiKy. containior 3 are z
y 10 40-100 poles to a stos. la Jin -
Kips' Una thaar. bla 1!gi a
r. ij ob
u to tb.
nclfs lo a ftouo In said la
comet rf the dUlain Hue,
with iMiii K !7 W 11 vol.i
orlsloal line, tbenc, with sam. X S4
K .7 7M00 poles to ths b.((unlac.
The uurDOl. of tb. said aal. Is tfi
ore 1U isror oi i.iaiuim iur i"
!, juj irv with tit par cant intirastt
tuereon from March 23tb, IVOI, and,
ti e coats of this action.
TrKl'8 The Md aa'.i will be
made on r. credit of stx month unc1
i . . . a. !. . L..
.j wtll p,r,r.nB ,ecurity. approvad
lie- rriaiue- on in. u.u "' " -
ll'r. friniUC" Ull inr , .--- -
ber Hour. h pavment of said bond.
3EO. WloreNCbm. C L. C. C.
T. J. Hill, Jr., Attorney ror I'limun.
Two Nice Attractions
TO QE POT ON DY GIRLS OF STAN
FORD HIGH SCHOOL.
I ,, , , , , .
Tlii t.iit.ll if llirt .InttssrtfHanf ni i
, ''"'" "'" I
pnysioni iuiiuio ...... ,". '
nets on Friday evening Aprlnl 14th nt
.11 in 111 I 1 lni'J
nn nnnrn. nniiHn. lliuiitii uibiuiih'd ,
. i, .n...
ld Imttu wm ho oxomnlUiod through
tjii jii in aiiL iiL iiiu w m-ih ii"ni1
- i 1....I if . .Hn n tho boy's da-
ual If not oollpso tho boy's da
. . . ... ..
jjjjtnmory given recency, uvuicm-
;M Ul dat0 or tns 8vvnt vlll repr.v
In The Golden West
GREAT NEPHEW ARRIVES T0
CHIEF OF POLICE
B. D. I
The I. J. has reccnod tlienn kind
words from MrB. T. O. Anderson a
f()rmcr uColn county lady, nnd n valu
ed 8UljBcrur. now living In Sanger
v rnrnli-.. i.v..r.il nnnrra bill nil
. ... . hm.i. i
ieuiT lo.i.iiiK iiuiii mi...... ".
fine country if.you don't let the real
,.k,,.., ,,. , hull nf vu. Thsreare'
lctg ot iiny. l0slb nlfnlfu and barley.
nru lots ood for nothing.
for nothing, either
alkali or hardpan. Italslus sell now at
cents, oranges 2 cents, lemons from
to 3 ctnts a pound. Tho fruit of all
'kinds Is certnlnlv lino and we raise
ot liny, mostly alfalfa and barley We
are living on an alfalfn ranch. Our
Our hny loiiks lino
' If any of our Kentucky menus come
will let us know I
to this fctnte II they
and come to see us.
wo will do all wo,
lenn to put them on a good place and
i not let them got fooled like we did
when we flrit came
Little Homer arrived at tho homo of
, Mr. and Mrs. V. K. dough, on March
21st. Their happiness Is complete.
I Tho fathur U so happy, over the ar
, rivnl of bis seven pound boy who bo
'la a beauty. Tho mother Is doing lino
JTIhi mother was Miss Mamie Andei
I -on niece of your Cltv Marshal Mr. 15
, D. Carter.
I). K. Ilaiikln mid to i.awmn &
I-iown 24 hogb at fi 14 cents.
James Cox or I.anc.it er has been
Ihe guobt of C. K. Polndextor for the
Joe lluichinkim wab operated -ni i
few dnys ago by Drs. Dunlap and Kl-
l'oit. Tlu. operation was successful
nnd rapid Improvement ol tne paiieni
J. A. Trumbo nnd wife are at homo
again alter an extended vistt to rela
tives at Paris and Winchester
11. M. Kobllisnn bought of . 1..
.. ...,.i ,n, -r.n .)
""""" uu '" "
J. T. Ituble bought c.r .1. I. Ilnmliton
100 barrels corn nt pen for $2.jr.
Hov. llollbron of Lexington, wni
hero to fill bis appointment at IMcas
church and was the guest
cl Miss Lillian Lcavcll Saturday and
Mrs. Cleveland Rose
hns been visiting her
Anult Blanks wnfc awarded a new
testament for most regular attend
unco In her Sunda.. school clasi.
Master l.ee Evans who nns oeen sui
ferlng with pendlcitls Is much better
Mrs Alfred Swope wns hostibs aii
a dinner to a few friends Sunday. j
Miss Allle Yantis hai. returned to,
ber home nt Lancaster after a vhlft
to Miss Mary cnestnui.
Hcv. Mnhan of Jelllco Tenn . wm
i Mr. Trumbo and wife will move to
.... ., , .
hls hmm' nt Comp ,tooln,,on n,leh nu
purchased from Mr. Thomas Moor.
Boveral days ago.
Mrs. Kthel Orol. of Whlt0 City, Fla.,
who is the guost of her mother Mrs.
Tirinn nf lj.nrn.tnr witit hero a fow
' davs ago to see her sister Mrs. Kd
- " -
Mihb Kay Jenkins Ims returned from
I nn extended visit to Jaoksonvlllo. Fla..
n,ni,.,i i,v hor sister
Sho was accompauitu ny uer nu
? Pri.ili.inra flnllairhnt- wtm Ilia lliifi'l
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rpendln tho winter In Florida
,.,..,,,,.,, StOII1ci, nn,i Uver
( liamberiain s stoinncn ami uver
Tablets Invariably tiring relief to
........ .1..W .v... nttwi.ttn nj.tl.tl.
-40u1.il riinur.uc ....... tu.... i.
-4I-Ulll lll'.u.iUA i..f... i...w.(v ww -
lmUolli jiradach., biliousness, dlxtlnew
' ! Skln and dyspepsU.
rw.u uj . " -"
CF TODACCO BOUGHT DY KIN
CAID AND IS STILL BUYING.
W. I'. KIncald l rn tho tobacco
innrket In earnest and Is buylriK nil
,,,,. ,, rn , ,., ,.,, on .'
. . .,.,.. , ,,, nvr -
m" ..- """. m f (- ww. m
wcok nBO ho has bought over 2.10,000 ;
-- - - ' -.
. tuil.BlMBn nfmid in tllla C-fn
Wl Mr- 1-Jn,d ' P"" no.
however ftro nbottt ono-half of uhat
tobacco was bringing last year under
MrW. John Bell of Goshen hadttud
I fright of her life last week. In tbQ
i ''-ornlng. about seven o'clock, when
Mrs. Dell returned to the houso after
attending to her jioultry, sho was very
much surprised to sec u rank strnngcr
seated in her kitchen by tli,. btovo.
Ho as busily engaged In replenishing
the fire, on bis knee sat Mrs. Hell's
three-year old son, Master Mnrbrlun
,, nU aetlonB Bhow.j ,)Illln,y that
the unmnnnorcd Intruder was "making
himself nt home". Offering no npoloK)
m, th intr,.uin i, c!,i.i ho w.nti m
' . . . . ' .. '
uisiu ami inquiry as to ins name re'
piled "I'm your brother, Biwh Is my
rame. I have been baek from that
place three weeks. Julia wants to
Vunw when you will take that trip."
She then called her little ton, pre-1
tending to put up the turkeyj nnd a
soon as she got out of the houst. he
. ,,t tn ihn finM Whr t,nr !....'
band was at work. Mr. Hell made a
p.ulck trip to tin hose but the sirnng
er bad taken his departure lit- is
described as a youug man, wearing
- ""' ucar" "" "r8"" " J'B
-i. i m i t i - ii.....
grey suit. He is supposeu to nave Deen
an (ncnped lunatic, or playing thin
role to a finish Ho might nrobablv
. . . . .. ., .
nave oeen a aopeunzeu eigan-iio iieu.i
JOIin .MClilliniS ini inilialianna iner
chant, is having a closing mil sale
Clever J. I-. Kennedy is as-
Mr. John Carpenter and son. Oliver
lofl Siinil.iv for thnlr hnmo .1, l!,-.l
Uock Okla Mrs It. C Klmbb. nnd
little son Hermon of Crab
visited Mrs. J. M. Cress.
Hov. Wm. McC. Hutcbins attended
i be burial of 1i!k mother nt Bailey's
Switch in Knox county. Mrs. Hut-
chins wais In her "fitti
vonr and fell a
victim to pneumonia. She was u mem
l.er of the .Methodht church and n-Go.il n'" l ra" "fharil Springs nro ati-
ly Christlnn lady. Four children. allinav,ni! so"11' mprovements .lone We
grown survive. They are Wm. ".fcC.
Hutcbins, of rear horo; James I Hut
chins, of Danville: John II. HiitehiiiH
nnd Mrs. Lucy C. Millor of Kno conn-
Judge Brvnnt Ballard has been veiy
ill oi grip. .Mrs. joncs
L. Anilermn Is
nbb. to bo out ncaln.
Sam Payne had
Ji Inneh tlm.. with n l.nll nil hl iu.olr.
Speed Mason aged about Co, died
last week near Dripping Springs after
a long illness of stomach trouble. Ills
burial took plnco Thursday at Faint
I.Ick. Sovenil brothers nnd one son.
survive, his wift. preceding him to the
Brave somo years ago
Al who n,ltCipn(e t,UjB n cream
Inparator, will rind It to their interest
i "THE CELEBRATED DE LAVAL,"
I "The celebrated Do Laval." now on
exhibition at T. D. Xewland's.
The lirst lf Insurance society was
.urtwl In Loiiduu In KiflS and anotiier
In ITOtl. Xrllber vns Kucceteful.
Having rented my farm I will soil
at public outtry to the highest bidder
at my pluro 6 miles eart of Stanford
and 4 miles west of Crab Orchard on
Thursday, April 8th 1911,
The following property to wit: 1 four
.ins iohowiiik ynijieny w mi. i 'u.ir - -
year old mate In foal to Jark, 1 four-'grind stona, dnttnnoora double sbov
yc(U-old toiir and trap. 1 yearling1 t pi0w, new Uwu mower, garden plow!
colt by Preston, one horse mulo 12 fcure strolcherFl ,,ot-bolo "grero etc .
years om. i mare inu.e u years oiu.tl or 1K barrei, of BaI. , of ...
I work horso, 10 years old. Is a good
driver. 1 good rnnn maro lu foal to
lack. 1 4-year-old Chester Jewol mare,
good worker, I maro borce, saf0 fortnitUre, cocsUtlng of 2 organs, 2 kltch-j
women and children to drive; l plrion cnhluots. 2 dicing UbUm 2 tafes,
. Western mures. 4 nnd 6 years old.
goc-1 workers; I mw nnd 7 pigs, lot of
other hogs. 2 milk cow., n flno Jersor
enrrlago with polo und shafts, 1 set
. , . . a a i
aa. . ."I' ueV' B.,u'"iK:.ia ' ""V
of nil kind, also household and kltch
nil f iiv-nlturn
TCHMS- All sums of tlO and im-
dor, cu.hv. Ovcer that amount a credit necessities.
of S montsi) secured by bankable note TKKMS. All sum um'er SU. e.
bearing G per cent interest from datOj,lu all4 ovf ). iwnb' ni.
?.,,',ii,0 ... n m , MURPHY A AC1JM,
vv. n. uiuh.iv.1. Biuuiwtu, ii. .-. ... .,
J, P. Chandler Auct.
Great Marc Dead
POWELL & SON LOSE A VALL
i ABLE PRODUCER.
Toxwny the noted brood mare belonr
ln tu H. S. Powell & Hens. Ik dead
hg SI yeers. She never missed rnis-
" - -.7 ,, ,,,. nnil ,, ,..,
. . . ...... . ,..
i0W anu naH ucen urc.i io liki.u? i-m.i-
tor tho last 11 years. Hor only coll
n., i1Pr lilRhlr vjluc-J son Is belnK
Mpi In tho stud by S. T. towel, of
r tt..l.i.. . I- T.xlnr
i - - ...
HurioUWIi. P1 ' B"dlnS "omc high
priced ones over tho rails'.
Mr. and Mrs. L A. 1'ettiM, of Herca
were visiting Mr. ami .Mr, it. ll.
Campbell Rundny. They returned ejart to finish.
home Monday. Mlaa Alma Terry, daughfor of Cnpt.
Mr. Will Brooks Is vttb 8 for n few Ike O. Terry, Is home for n short va
duys. cation from her arduous studios Jn
Mr. Inck Wells spent a'itw days college at Wchmond.
with hl homcfolks. I Mr. Bhelton. Smith nas made n
The meeting nt the UaptM ctr.:hwoderfnl Improvement In the nppef-r-
rlno VrMnV with uwon nrtrtltlntl.
.Mli8 Annln Mldilloton wns on the
sick ,t. but l, able to be at her place
auain In the exchange,
ilro. Wllkon did some ,flnt. preach
Inir whtnh Iiiq r,vUvrt tho uiomberR.
Ti,y t,ao called a trustor who will
I enmp tno second and fourth Sunday
In each month
Alllo May (umiiilns spent
'day nflernnon 'till Mondav
iwltli tin I'ettus nt PrenclcrHTillo.
Ilenth cutre Into our mldrt and call
Mr. John McCnrloy after n long nnd
.cry Intetmo iiifferlrg which ho bore
to patiently. Ho Indeed was n
man. A man well thought of by every-
mo Ho will be mlsq-d. Dear ones
weep not for him n one tint bnd no
lope, for ho has gone to rest, where
tf'c will be no more suffering, pains
..... .lx.n.1. Iina ..
nor death Pear wi,e and mother
trust In Cod, for H(. Imq promised nnd
Ills promNns never fall to be a "om
lorlor to tho uiitmv :.ml n Inthor tn
the fatherless.. He will give yon,
ttft'Oflft 1. itr.V V irV flint mi rrm n?J,i
... ....iii v -.., iiiiii mi whv vioii
can rive Dear children strlvo to live
Eo you can go some da to lo n your
father, where there will be no more
ro sorry we failed to give an pensioners on their respective route', road construction, coal mining, farm
or the play "All A Mistake"! has been received. This will bo ouite..,n.i. nn,, fh. ... . ,
v home talonls nt tho pra,'nnlnnt n wll .. n bivItip tn worK' nnd manj otncr usc3 roriuiring
OlVOtl I.V hnmo tnlcnlu nt Ihn rrni
Orchard Springs March 20th. Tliev
cleared between forty and firty dollars nclpe.1 maVo Amertfa the greatest I .nana Tor the mule and as nbove hint
for the Chilstinn church. Quite a country In tho world. Jed, the largest and finest mules coir
r.nmb"r said It was so good thov wero Tho toeulnrlv ntinrtorlr roinmunlnn I j .t ... . .
willing to give another quarter lo Fee
It again. W., havo sornn flno tn'er.
"u uu "OL sce wn tney " n,,t ""vp
their plays ofterrer nnd let the pro-
eeens go tov:nnl Iiulldlrp n n ce bull.
lhOtl thoV Will fo,.1 Inni.. nnnm.ror.nA
to get up ext'u pint". We need a hall tin. daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Frank "bI DusIncss tnat a 'nan can engage
heio fo- theso phys and school enter- Martin, on rural route No. 1, i a mod.l" than raising high class mules. I
Italnments ' , el of beauty and aecomplishments have fully demonstrated this by sell
Mr Tom ChorrV Is hv!np i.nTTl rn tl.nt nrn vrv mrr In nnn thrnn ffmo , n . , ...
niri., .! ).i ,V... .",."...
i" -.I..--. u nn i pi mj if u'ii;ii
from Dr Kdmislon.
,h"nr It 'vhtnoret
I will bo "onir. new
soon. We hope it
.iniiiiui ma- mo o
O. L. Pennv guarantees Hvomel to
end catanh snurries. bawking. splt-,nnd
111 i firti u 1i1c urti-n t V ivn n .)
X" "1 :..'.. .. AA"'.".""
- uouui;n, V.U1IIJ. ..-.; tiu.l.l ..uv, t'Air.l
bottles If needed f.O cents. Booklet
on catarrh free from Booth's Hyomel.
-'" nilffnlo, N,
It S. Boudder bnurht a splendid two
ear old Bex Peavino mar,, from Will
of Richmond this week for
Beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., we
I will offer for bale nt our place in
King's Mountain, Kentucky, on
Saturday April, 1st 1911,
, Five head of horses, consl ting of 1 1
I good buggy mare, line breeder, wl!'.
drop colt in April by Carroll Preston
1 extra saddle mare; breeds well. 1
good family bort'e. trusty, l 3-year-old
lllly by Joe Drown. Jr. Thti colt Is
I well bred, will make u combined maro,
worts well; 1 2-year-old filly by Joe
. Browu, Jr botb of thc-e colts nre
I out of a good saddle mare. I extra
I good yearling fitly by old Prottou, In
I fine snap., 1 Xo. 1 milk cow, nover
goefc dry, In feood ahnpe. 2 buggiv,
one. rv rubber tire practically new, 2
gets of bucsr barner.s, lap robes horse
blanket, sai'dlrs. etc., I
I Alio our bouael.old and kitchen fur-
... ., ,.,, ,.,,,,. p,lr.h.nB,i ,
Davenport. 1 beu mom ., three
i drefcors, foldlnc bed, senlns mncblte.
' 7 rocklog chairs, dtalns chain, new-
i Morrln chair, one fv rlov rsnre
and all other lunwhold and Litebcni
KUs's Mourtaia. Ky.
I ihcro is 'inito n notioeahie im
provement In our city's street Hunts,
and It Is duo tn the careful attrniMon
of our City Marshal, Colemnn Sut
ton. Horn, lftst wwk to the wife of Mr
Cloyd McWborter, n fine ton- pound
Mr I'rlan Dunn, our hustling initio
nnd hursu trader, has returned from
Barnwell, S. C, whero ho sold n c.ir
of horses nt fnir prices.
Don t fnll to attend the opening of
tsiixlr Sprins May 1st. tinder thH rf
I T'lm liiiliilantnA fi nmrt rT 111
Tho handsome homo of Dr. Chil
dress on DanvllV avenue nnd Juno
locker, on West Main street, nre mod
tl of henutv and convenience andjlble llifctr fiUentlou to mule breeding
mill lid ft frpdit to a city '.IHe Lex alid to raise more, belter and larger
IntrmH hi- I nnUvllln Wnfoh ne irnu-
TlW sale last Sntnrdnv hv Judco
Wm. Myers as executor, of tho es- Uavo another big sale hor0 this fall,
tato of Prank Vaughn, deceased, wan .
largely nttended And entirely satis.
rncforv nrfcM worn renllzed from
"nrO ' "ls 'ome ny giving It a nev
unit of iip to-date weatlior-bowding,
""n '' ' ' "" V -V "" " """
Mat Beynolds, tho efficient lervlco of
Miss Lc'la Dye hai been secured to
look after her vnntB.
l'he change In the Green River road
Inown nt the Mat Reynolds CutOff,
was opened laRT Monday fo public
travel, it shortens the circle nround
the Reynolds field nbout 100 yards.
Every little bit helps.
Thomas Ronton, who wns home for
n few weekn' vacation recently, after
rnlitrtiliKt - hit a Imolnnan nt f tlir.
roncevllle. III. was taken sick ann
his frlendn and relatives nre ctcco.1
Ifiiigfy 'anxious about his condition.
i no ieavy win. is iaii oiiiitiuy uiu
considornMe dnmngo throughout the
West Fnd. Fencing and trees suffer
ed mostlv nnd n few out building"
Mrs Thomas Monti, of Middle-burg,
was the guest last Monday of numer-
out relatives and friends In our cltv!the habitable globe where finer and
...l. nit. n nln.I -. imT.vimn rno't . i. . . . ....
vv Hi ill.' iliil B KIUU llf WltlJIlIU t f
well ns ontortiiin her
a Into nr.,.r from tho Poto(Tico Do-
parlment authorizing rural letter car-
rlore to fill out the voucbern of nil
,nvnnlnl n n-ott no n cnvlnr- tn
those deserving old soldier!. whoon,mal Pwer make an increasing de
service will be held at tho Prcsbyte--'
Inn rhnrrh nort Rnn.lnv mnrnlnr Anril
- ncre win ne a preparatory sorv ,
Ico on Saturday at 10:30 to whiehh nil
are urged to attend.
T Iflln OwnVAnr1.t T7r.,ll ITn. ....
l.Z"L" """ "
Mr. presley Sluder. who has been
seriously 111 with double pnoumon'a.,n? ro or ?au&, ana tills -ame mare
I am glnd to report, took n turn fori should with proper cans raise 12 er
tno iiefter on Tueailn.. anil rones are
cnierTnmeii now- inr nis reovorv. i . . . . . , .
Tho bustling village of Genov. not,0""0 d? and any kno lodge 1 have
one year old vet Is rtadllv crowing on me sunject can Uo liau ror Pie ask
i,ts nre changing bards nlmost dnliv,ng."
bns'no's Is never real dull Th
. . I r . . .
? '"K nero r. . ti-
t'lnvil U'hn la nlvt-nva rniilir tn mnlrn
vn fnoi t hnmo
Having takrn a nvore ens, of Tex-,
ir. lever, i nave ueiermincn to sen
m.. an., acre rani! annd move there 1
havn i mod six-room dv.-olllng. trroo
pew bnrns new tonnnt boMse: 1 R ,
screes rood tobacco land; 50 ncre. In
I'no meadow; 10.1,000 feet of rood
Unbev. wnll fenepd nnnd welt water-
el, rliwp to -chool and church and '
vi i'aII" r'iral route. Io-osIon g'v-.
en In 10 dnys Come nulck If you wan
a big bargain Addrers nt rnce C. S.
H.istninlllo. Ky.. It. F. No. 1. Box,
124 for full particulars. Price nflS
terms to sun.
()'ir postmaster has Just installed
" Ferlon of up-todato kevioss lock
TJist or Strnved. -Two bla-k 6hoats
welrhnig from 40 to en pounds. Bo
wird tr return to Nathnn Newcomb,
Bowiand 24 2p
Voltaire 55 40.
'ercheon of Amertra. bay stallion
foaled June 3rd 1909 1C-3 hande, wolgbt
I,9.0 pounds. Voltaire is considered
by good Judges to be the beel type of
di alt-horse ever brought to this coun
ty. Will make the season of It'll at
tho r.nnavnteht fnrin una tu'iln front
town on tJj0 Dnnvll,B plkB at ,5 t0
a living colt.
are taken to prevent accidents but
not responsible should any occur.
J. NF.VIN CARTER,
I HAVF. AT NUNNEl'.EY'S STOCK
YARDS TUESDAY, APRIL th A CAR
LOAD OF EXTRA NORTHERN AND
WESTERN MARES FROM THREE
TO SIX YEARS OLD, INCLUDING
SEVERAL WELL MATCHED TEAMS
J. H. DAUQHMAN.
A N.0TH";P." V,F!JUArD.
; r'e!e'. " ami Tar frr to rhJl-
ii' -n -ft rj wfrt for -.ill
-..L, tJitU. eroti ', wheo lag civg)
iM4 iiau.ll'K "o.nUefc Siyra
RAISE MORE BIGGER
AND BETTER MULES
H. DAUGHMAN TELLS KEN
TUCKY FARMERS AFTER
J. II. linughman who Ij on his way
homo from Atlanta, and other south
ern points, whero hc has bad a most
successful soafcon selling Kentucky
bred mules, writes tho Interior Jour
nal that the thing for Kentucky far
mers to do Instead of wa,nj jmo
with lobar-- fflp fiU. B t0 Uo.
Mr. Baugbroan Intends to
and wilt lake moro south with him
later. lie Is recognized 03 nu au
thority on tho subject BO tlinl what ho
eays is bound to be read with inter
est. He says:
"It will pay th0 average farmer bet
ter than raising either hemp or tobac
co. Thoro haa not und will not bo
flu over production of mules. They
never ,wcre scarcer or higher. I have
been selling high class Kentucky and
Tcnnesseo mules in Atlanta, Georgia,
tho second largest mule market in
the world for 4 1-2 months. Having
sold nearly lOlfl) head and fully one
half of this number averaged $250 per
head, for the benefit of our Missouri
and Kansas friends, I -ant to say
Kentucky and Tennessee mule teams
bnvo brought tho highest prices of
any sold in Atlanta. All Kentucky
nnd Tennessee needs to to do is to
keep their best Jacks nnd get some
moi0 good draft types of mares by
cither buying them from our northern
neighbors or raising them. As has
been thoroughly demonstrated by ray.
self nnd others, there is no place on
Ilf-lTPr TTlltlntf CtW tt M CA. Irinn In I,1
,v," i" V". "".. "" . .
""" - 'uu,",u "t- " -.n.i
,uc I,rlco of horses but will
cauo mules to sell anv lower.
..' , Jf ,, pnccs-
COSti but little more to raise Tt
- ;j" ur .uu muio man it uocs n 15'J
"There is no better or moro profit-
,UK ' """ Iroi" ""e mare, mat co-f
lu"' ' yc"rB nS Ior .v. anu sola
ir. mnm nniia whn. r k. .!.. .i..
A freight wreck on tho U & X. at
Cedar Creek last week turned 14 cars
of coal Into Henry Xowland's lot. A
broken flange on a coal bunker is be
,lovcd , b tn cau f fcn
'wrccK. Traffic waj blocked for a da)
tho morning trains going east around
j. Blchmond. Mr. Newland bought n
lot of good coal at reduced prices.
sj MRS. WILSON KING. IS
In loving remembranco of Mrs. Wil
son King wno aeparteo mis ma
March Sth 1911.
Anna darling thou havo loft us.
Left-us, yc.i. Jot ever .more.
How we benr the palri and eon on
Ood alone docs only know.
Heaven bns now got our treasure,
Earth tbe lonely casket lioeps,
But tbo sunbeams will always linger
Whore our darling Anna sleeps.
Tis hard to break Ibo tender cold.
Where love has bound tbe heart,
Tis hard, so hard, to epsa the words
VV0 must forever port.
DeareU Anna we have laid thee,
In the peaceful grave's embrace.
Dut thy memory, will be cherished.
Till wo see thy beavoHly face.
From a lovin luiot M. ii. 1L
I HAVE AT NUNNELLEY'S STOCK
YARDS TUESDAY APRIL 4th A CAR
LOAD OF EXTRA NORTHERN AND
WESTERN MARE3 FRTJM THREE
TO SIX YEARS OLD, INCLUDING
SEVERAL WELL MATCHED TEAMS
J. H. DAUGHMAN.
Are you frequently hoarse T Do
'fit hav that annoying tlck'lug In
ymr tbrc t Does vour cougM "nnoy
j on st n'ljht. and do you rale m"cus
in the irnrnlns? 'o ou want reliefT
If so take Chambe- '."nN Cougr reme-
idv tnd jou ii pleased, sold by
' 'nnnys Dmr Store.
kiysti HptrlJJ-tr'-AA" --
n't rttli ll'llf ml
idf rfam.. AaP' '! .&. m ,,
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