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THE 1HTEWI0W JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. rmnflV. OCTOBER 27. 1911.
To have pure and wholesome
food, be sure that your baking
powder it made from cream
of tartar and not from alum.
Thm Lmbml will guldm y
Royal is the only baking
powder made from Royal
Grape Cream of Tartar
No Alum Mo Umm Phosphate
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
licurso I j. IVnny was in l.nuisvillo
np Nevius was ocr fuiii l.nu-w-liT
on u short vi-it tins week.
Mr. Julia Hughes is tlm jruot of
ot Mrs. Y .1. Vender at Weslbounie.
MUrt I'umiio Wood, of Iiiieton,
Is the picst of her cousin, .Mh.
A. II. SeteriiniT.
Mr. tleo. K. Tailor, of Itiichcutiir,
New York spent Siittinlny nml Sun
day with friends hero.
Mr. and .Mrs. I.. I. Sander, of
("r.ih Oruhnrd, passed through hro
Tiimday morning in their automobile
ru route to Louisville on a short
Mr-. C. I', flnniett and little
d.iupVitfr Virginia Wilson arc at
Care City with Mr. Gnrnctt's moth
er. .Mr. .1. I.. Tntlini and estimable
family left cterdny for Ihnuon
vherc tiny will wake their future
Mrs. Fannie Hubble and liltlo son,
Walker, lime pone to Itelrnde, Mou
tnua, on a visit to her son and
.Mrs. (lenrgii I". Cowan has rctiirn
ed to her home in Spokane, Wash.,
attrr a pleasant visit to her parent
Jlr. uud .Mm. J. X. .Mcliofee mid oth
er relatives in this part of the coun
try. 'I he Misses Alcorn delightfully en
tertained ut Five lliiudreil thin week
ill I'ouipliiiH'iit to -Mis Ada Aleoru,
of Mii-touville. who hns heen then
.Mr. .Mason Morris, of MuskitgiT.
Okla.. who with her handsome young
hon, have heeu visiting at her old
home at t'rali Orchard, letiuned
the west thw week. She was m -eotnpanird
at far as LoiiiMillu by
her sister, Mrs. J. F. Holdain.
I. W. Hall, who has been a sea
man on the battleship Nebraska, for
four years, is on a visit to his fa
ther, Milford Hall at Howlnnd.
Mrs. (leonto T. Wood, of ltroken
Arrw, Oklahoma, in here on a visit
to her parent and other relatives
here. She. is neeompanied by her
three year old miii and ic Lv'in -'"r
dially welcomed back to her old ho 'c
by her host of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Youiifr are at
home nfter a ten ilnys' stny at Crnb
Orchard with Dr. L.'F. Jones and
wife. Under the spcciul cure of Dr.
Jones and bv drinking the famous
('rub Orchard water, .Mr. and Mi.
Youai; were greatly improved in
health. Mns Mary Adams wart al
ii o atruestofDrmidJdjrs
Cleanses the System
colds and Headaches;
due to constipation.
Best for men, women
and children ; young
Toqet its Beneficial
effects, always note the
name of the Company,
plainly printed on the
Ir. W. L. Cnniuui, of Paint Lick,
wits here for n short visit Wednes
day to Herbert Kiunaird.
Mrs. J. W. Hftjdeu and" J. W.
Hnydeii Jr., of Fans are the uucts
of rclutiten here.
Dr. It. I.. Diivim. (ii-onre 1) Flor
ence and John A. Itlain, lliistuuvillv
went up to Crab Orchard Wednes
day to hear Thulium H. Mcflrcj;or,
icpulilicaii nouiinee for iittoruey
Miss .Mary Chestnut, of the Mnrks
1iui Ki.iniii link Iii'imi viitue- Mrs.
Chnrtes Hurdelte, at Itrokcu Arrow,
Don't forget to come in and hear
(lov. lteekhaiii sjieuk here Friday
afternoon at tho court house.
Ware's mile at MoKinney was a
big success. On the oK'iung day
Wednesday the door had to bo clos
ed the crowds were so big. The sule.
goes on this week and next and nil
Heard of li.irgnins are being of
fered. "Mutt mid Jeff and thedold
htein burglars at opera house Sat
Lamo back is one of the most com
mon fonrs of muscular rheumatism
A few applications of Chamberlain's
Liniment will give relief. Kov biile
by all dealers.
"Ilad luck to you. Dugnn." says
Dovle, "Good luck to you, Dojle." says
Dusan. "and may neither one of us b
Lost An open face gold watch:
strap on it for n chain. Itevviinl
for riturn to Mat Myers.
$100 Reward, $100.
Tb THtdrn of Uti tIr "HI b turd to lu
ttul Uwra to t leut ou drrdnl iltarut that artran
hu tw tM to tun la ill lu tUnn. uxl Uiat a
OlAirtu lUUi ourrh Cu M Um on If poMtlvt
run now known to tno miml Irateraltr. latarrb
twui ronMltuUoMl lwrwe. mium a toiuiitu
tfciul Untmrnt. Illlll OUrrb Cur to Ukta In
UrntUr Mtiu dtrrcllr upon Ikt Mood and mutour
uiUor ot Uu tTitrm. Uinrtir dntnrto 11m
totindaibn ot lb dtoraah wul flrlnj iho patten!
ttmuui br buudtns up Um roti.tltutloo and uut
mi nature In dotn lu vock. Tba proprlrlon havt
o much Ulla In lu curitlta puifra tUI Uwr mm
On llundrvd Dolian lor any tut tbat H ialla 14
turf. Hnul for Itot of tratlmonlala.
Addrraa r. i C1ILNBY CO, Toledo, a
HoUl by all liruifku. ?M.
"al Uall I an T run tor conitlpalK .
Hiliousness is duo to a disordered
condition of tho stomach. Chum
bcrlain's Tuhlets are essentially a
stomach medicine, intended csjvecinl
ly to act on that organ; to cleanse
it, strengthen it, tone and invigorate
it, to regulato tho liver and to ban
ish liilioiisncbH positively and effec
tually. All denlcrs. 78-1
Sixty-one acres of fine blue grass
land that hns not been plowed for
yenr exeept 8 acres. This land
will grow fiuo tobacco, hemp and al
falfa; has small dwelling; plenty of
locusts for po-tw, mid fine wood,
lu well watered. This land is ! 1-2
miles from Stnnfoul on tho Otlen
liriin pike, cloo to school.
Will .ell on easy tortus.
75-T W. F. Dlslion,
FRUIT AND SHADE TREES.
Shrubs, Asparagus, llhiibarb, Peoni
es, Hoses, Phlox, eto. Kverythiug
for orehnrd, lawn and gnrden. N
Agents. Out" prices may interest
TO EAST END TAX PAYERS
I limn placed the tnx bonks fur
llio I!ut I'm! of tlm county mtli
J. C. Iluilcy ut the (rnl Orchard
Iliiiikiui; ('inip,in with list of the
dirt road claim, ('nil mi liim and
I my your taxi. . I,. Mcf'nrtv,
host. llctucuu J. S. Mucker's mill
I'. .M. M'ltoborts' mi Somerset pike
u lilni'k hnniY imtr iiiiiiuIiiSii n iune
mill u pair of ptlil rimmed tice
tnrlcs. 1'imlcr plcti'i! return to Mrst
1'. ('. Oaiiii"., (lie iiopulnr itlMiir
nnec Minn of liiitirnstcr, nnuouticcM
Ins coin show for Nov. U"tli. Tliw
w mi iitiiiniil m c-nt in Lancaster mill
mhiiu liberal pii'iniiiiiiH nrc offeieil.
James C. Dahlman, "Cowboy" May
or of Omaha. "Throws lite
IMavur .las. ('. Daliliiinn hta ted
Ins (nicer as it cowbov, find is at
lie-enl Major of Omuhn. and has
line ioiiowiui: rccoru- nnuiiiL ui
i Dawes f o,, Xeb., three terms; Mayor
J of Chiidron, two terms; Democratic
( National ('(iiniiiittecnuiii, eight enrs,
.Major ot Omaha, six years anl in
1U10 enndiilate for governor of Xe
braska. Wntiuj; to Foley A; t'o.,
( liK'iigo, he na: "I have taW-u
Folev Kulnev Fills and they have
given mo a srent ileal of relief so i
theerfiilh recomincnd them." Yours
Irulv. (.Si.Micd.) JaiifH I'. Dahlaiau.
Shugan and Tanner.
W. S. Fish represents only the
best and stronticst insurance com
oanfes. Let him keep you protected.
Tor Sale. Mv home on Miller
Strict. Pred Kichcnherger. -
For Sale ly hoiro ou I'.ast Tdain
htreet. II. C. Ilniighiniui. Mlf
The C111I1 Orehnrd school tnx is
past dye. The books are at tho Crnb
On-hard Hanking Company's office,
nml nil owing this tux will plense
call and hottle at oueo. O. M.
My home in Hut-tonville, Ky.. 2 1-2
acres well fencid, house containing
C rooms besides pantry nml hath
room, II porches cistern and never
failing well ut door, good barn nnd
nil other necessary outbuildings.
Splendid gulden. Terms easy. 0.
T. Asblock, lliistonville, Ky. 32-41
We are prepared to inMall hot
water and hot nir heating, plumbing
eae., ('mm Ilros., Lancaster, 81-tf.
NICE HOME FOR SALE
A cottage with six rooms, out
buildings nnd two acres of land.
Apply to .Mary T. Jones, Lebanon.
.Marion County Ky.
Let me overhaul vour gaMline
engine and nvoid cold weather
troubles this winter. 1). Hallou.
heave word at the I. J. olfice.
Pay your city tnx now mv per
cent will be added Nov. 1st. H. D.
Fresh Oysters just received. Fields
Hros., ut Jesso Lynn's old stand.
Phone No. 168 for fire Insurance
on vour tobacco in barn. R. M. New
I am pajing highest prices for
fresh eggs, chickens nnd nil kitms
of country produce. Fields Pros.,
Stanford nt Jesse Lvnn's old stand.
There will be prruching nt the
Crab Orchard Christum church on
the fifth Sunday by He. Mr. Ruther
ford, of Lexington.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Crab Orchard Christian church will
givo mi oyster supper on tho evening
of tlm Hallowe'en party nt the Saun
For Catarrh, coughs, colds, croup
or asthma nsk 0. U Penny for a H
Ilyoniei outfit he guarantees it. Use
asditected and end all mi-ery. (Pro
nounce it lliiih-o-ine.)
".Molly thinks it is possible- to
ttniu u hitsbaiid to perform ninny
useful feats, but onu pf tho most
difficult is to tench him to buy econ
omically for tho household I just
writu u note, tend my husband to
Coffey & Colemau's and back comes
just what I ordered and just how
I wuut jt."
In all colors and si'.es for ladies, miss
es and children.
Children's from $oc to $2.
Ladies' from $1 to 2.50.
Toques from 5"0c to $ I .
We handle only goods -of quality and
Hughes, Martin & Co.f
Mutie ever Helpful ' Foley Kidney Pills.
Music Is the neareft at linnil the , . .
most orderly, the mod dellrnte and 1W J9t the ingicdicuts needed
tho moM perfect of nil bodily pleas
iiren; ; an " "c
Is equally helpful to nil the nges of
man: helpful from tho nuri-e-s fong to
her Infant to ttie music unheard of
others, which often. If not most fre
quently, haunts the ilenthbrd of pure
and Innocent spirits. ttuskln
In order to dissolve the partnership existing between E. P. Woods & Son
we will sell publicly on
Wednesday, Nov. 1 , ' 1 1
At the residence of E. P. Woods, 2 1-2 miles from Stanford on the Shelby
City pike and 10 miles lrom Danville, all the stock owned by us. In offering
this stock we know full well that we are presenting a lot of as good brood
mares as can be found in Kentucky; bred to the mighty jacks, Clifton and Rus
sell and believed to be safe in foal. The mules we offer are all first-class and
in good condition. The stock owned by E. P. Woods individually will not
be sold. This sale is absolute and without reserve or by-bid. The stock we
will offer is as follows:
2 extra good 2 year old mare mules.
30 Sugar yearling mules. Will be sold single and in pairs,
6 extra Sugar mule colts as good as grow.
7 good Cotton mule colts.
30 extra good brood mares safe in foal to jack
1 Filly colt by Don Varrick
1 Filly colt, draft bred.
1 Horse colt by Don Varrick
2 Horse colts, 1 of them dratt bred
1 Extra yearling stud colt by Dignity Dare, subject- to register.
1 4 year old Dignity mare, gentle to drive
1 2 year old gelding by Grant Monical
1 2 year old gelding by Gen. Brightheart
1 3 year old gelding by King Eagle
1 8 year old diiving horse. ,'.,, ,, 4
1 4 year old work horse , . '.'
1 5 year old work horse
20 good shoats
10 good steer calves
25 good long yearling cattle
1 good jennetand colt .
The celebrated mule jack. Russell, 16 hands high and as good a
breeder as can be found anywhere in Kentucky.
TERMS Liberal and will be made known on day of sale.
Dinner served on
(n Tttnlil up streneth and restore
the 11nt11r.1l nclion of the kidney uud
I , -
' '''"'bier. .Specially prepared for
backache, hendiuhc, nervousness,
rheumatism nnd nil kidney, bladder
nix urinnrv irregularities. Shugars '
the ground by J. C.
P. & J.
We carry large Comforts, 6x7 1-2
feet long and a line of good Blankets.
Also Lace Curtains, Window Shades,
Carpets in the roll, Mattings, Rugs,
Druggets, Linoleums and Oil Cloth.
All kinds of Furniture, Suites, Ward
robes, Bookcases, Sideboards, Tables,
Hall trees. i
Big supply of Pictures Mattresses and
W. A. TRIBBLE,'
Stanford, Ky. j
I. M. DUNN, Auct
you. irw uuaweue.
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