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THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1811 i1 vt ) ii 1 :lfr KM 1 I f i i IK WT CLEARANCE SALE ! The Chas. Wheeler Emporium at Iiustonvillc, Ky., invites the public to their Annual Clearance Sale embracing all winter goods. Ladies' suits and skirts, Ladies' underwear, mens' and childrcns' un derwear, absolutely at cost. Calicoes 5 cents per yard, all best brands, no seconds in my stock ask to see our black silk petticoat at J2.M. For special bargains, sec our Clearance Sale on shoes, buy two pairs for the price of one. A full stock always on hand. Our spring stock of ginghams, ladies shirt waists arc ready for your inspection. This Sale is a Bonafide One And No flot Air. This sale will be on FEBRUARY 1st to con tinue through February, Respectfully yours for an honest deal. Chas. Wheeler, HU3TONVILLE, KENTUCKY. 1 D The Stanford Opera House Friday Night February 3rd- "St. Elmo" (INCORPORATED.) The play the entire country is talking about Neil Twomey's Dramati zation of Augusta J. Evans' "St Elmo" The book that has circled the world the only high class version now being presented to the public Endorsed by the public pulpit, and the press. Read the book "ST. ELMO" see the play. Prices 50c, 75c and $1 Advance sale at Shu gars and Tanner opens Jan. 31 FREE-a 50c Jar.of Palmolive Cream We have. area- ular size iar of the famou Palmolive, Cream for you. It won't 'cost youa1 cent. Cut the coupon from the Nov. is sues ot Good Hriilmnr.PaciiicMonthly.Red Book, Woman's Home Companion? LsdicsWcrfi Ur.de Rensas' Me--; nzine. DecissuesofPeopIe'sHome .lournal. Delineator. Designer, New Idea. Blue Boole. Green Boole. Nov. IOiK Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th SaturJay Evening Post. Nov. 6th Illustrated Sunday Magaiino and Associated Sunday Magaxine. PENNY'S PR "-" ' PtWic Sale and Reital -- As I have decided to quit farming, cn . . . . .. Thursday February 23 1911 at 10 o-clock, I will sell my farm of 181 1-2 acres i 1-2 miles toulb-wejt.hoib. tl.eu. 1 n!endid Jersey cow of Hustonville near the niadforU.vllU pike In Lincoln county, in ouo of the best neighborhoods in Kentucky This farm is well Improved nnd gocd ' Isnd, watered by soven nutor fnllln; filly. I bay horse colt, two 2-horse springs, one never falling sprliiK l'!,?aso!:s, 2 buggies 1 binder, I mower. ed Into a splendid mule barn 70x8 ' hay rake, disc harrow, cultivator, and Net furnUhlng fresh running water ' plnn-a, 1 tobacco sftter, 17,000 tobacco at all times without having to b i stick i other things too numerous to jumped, near barn Is corn crib will ' niuut'nn, 2 kbarcs of tlustonvlllo tele hold SCO barrels of corn, theso build; rnone stock. ingi nrc covered with bent giado of Fosossioi. of farm given March I, tin Abo new tobiuco barn 72x91 ll'll. For any Information call on mti. will hold 12 ucres, a good brick U n. W. PIPES, roam dwelllug, cistein at door, all Hustonvlllo, Ky naeessary out buildings In gcod ro- - , , . pair, nico orchard, fencing completely For Sale. About 10.000 old brick n;r all over furm. all !n grass but 70 for mto n. onirk If vou want tew. fcMjfir l1 V Wred In two J, V, TUorence. Siisford, CJ 3' W . a Brind tins" coupon to our stoic and dots tnead" directs, Wewill therfgive you absolutely inSji' full e jar of Palmolive 'CreTnHvhlch we ordinarily sell fo owe casn. aVVnu'll (in J fnis rream the most delightful thing ot its kind ever inade. at It's' em tirely new j nd has all the qualify of Palmolive' Soap, the queen of all toilet soaps. Look in the magazines or tin coupon. Bring it to this store. UG STORE. - tracts of near 100 acres each. South tract has tobacco birn, tenant bouso or It, north tract ban dwelling mule iy cctn ctSTj, out bulldikigs and rrcbard, and then offered as a wholx iTern'i ey, mnde known on dy of , . Nnlf. Mirau da., wilt offer stock and ', nlout c'0O baIe6 ot hay coru -I yoar lU, I Jersey hi-lleis will bo f re ih In riprlng, 2 marcs gentle for lat'j to drive, 1 5-year old horso good vcri.o jc-1 rood driver, 1 year old HnH he Interior Journal. Established 1872. HELTON SAUFLEY Publlihtr ' VEIIY TUESDAY AND FMCAY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge Tbc Interior Journal Is authorised to announce Charles A. Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrtst, nt the lection to bo held November, 1911. subject to the action of the Demo- A leading slate democrat who was here this week told us that MeCicnryl will tarry etcry congressional die . trlrl Ii. Iho slate except the Fourth, and that he will run Den Join win a mighty close race In that. The belief Is beaming more general every day I Hint Mr Johnson sees Iho handvrlt-j lug on the unll and will withdraw, from the race before the prlmtry, leav ing the war-horso of Madison a clear; Held, and enabling hira to go before j Iho otcrn in November with a united party behind him. Ben Johnson knows that he Is defeated, ond It would be i splendid thing tor him to do to withdraw now and thtis end the con test, lie is yet a young man and there is plenty of time for him. Such on act would make him lots of friends In the Rtate democracy. What do yau say Mr. Johnson? Lincoln county and all this section was Inexpressibly shocked at the news of the effort to steal the remains of George B. Saufley on Monday night There is general indignation at the thought of such a deed, and unless tb party or parties guilty are shown to be totally Irresponsible for their actions through some mental deranj meut, thre Is no punishment which li severe enough to mete out as pen Mly by the law. Uoth "Gabe" Addams and Col. It. I.. Oretne deny that there Is any dell nlle arrangement between them by which Mr. Addams, formerly of this county Ifc to be made chief deputy If Mr. Greene wins out for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. Mr. Addams' many friends in Lincoln his former home. will hope, however that he will be, able to land something good should Mr. Greene be successful in his rnce.l Ntxt Sunday will be what Is known 'as "decision day" at the Christian COFFEY GOODE Walter D. Goode, a young business man of McKlnney, and Miss Archie Cotcy, one of the most attractive and(inK been a member to make the good popular young ladles of tho McKlnney confession. section, were united heart and nandj at tho home of Mrs. Tom Goodo here Wednesduy morning. Rev. J. B. Jones ( pastor or the Baptist church said tho words which united this popular young pair. After a few days' visit to tlves here they will go to Lexington for another visit and thence to clnuatl where they will make their home in me future at bu Church street. Both bavo a great many friends v. ho will wish them every hap - piness in thtlr wedded life. BOWEN. Doin to the wife of T l. Hughes a cjirl, named Lillian. Mr. Hardin Sweeney has rented bin farm and will join bis fmily In nioom Ington, 111., about the 20th. Bowen lias a new store btarted up In the tie Statom storehouse. The firm Is known as Hale & Taylor. IX D. Fox, Jr., started to Indianapo lis Monday. He expects to lind "orkj,,,,, , ... taCTe. ' William Simpson Sr anticipates moving to Danville at an early date. W. T. McGlrr sold Isst week a pair tt miili.a tva llki Ininaa Uhslhr rl I .,. u,vo .. T,v. v ., ".ptiuskl county for J150, y U17 Mr Miticn , pat iur fvOtft J. B. Wright sold three Jacks at jgood prices. Hph Newell, bold his combined mare to southern buyers for 323. Will Newell sold a filly to same pat ties for J2K. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, u tbrr tanaol rrk UM wtl ol tht dlKW. Caiwtli Ii a blood 01 cowtl lutkD.I flaM. and In order to cur It jou mutt ua tlljr. aod acu dlrectlr upon tae bid and mufoul :."".'?."" V"'i." ".??" .""""a raroi- In tall country .tor yrara and U a rntulti rnrrlplloa. It U temporal of bm loala aowi, romblil wlj lbs bl blood punatn. attlai dlmtly on tba j.iv. ,, mmm prracrioea By O09 OI IOC Wl Xl)tlCiaaa two mirrdkou ai abit produrrt auch woodtrful r ulU la rurloa caurrb. bul lor tratlmoatau. fre. .... CllEfLV fX).. ITopa. Toltdo. a Tau uaii't lamiir I'liu lor toattipaiioa. 1 ' I FINE PLACE FOR SALEI 1 li:ie decided tu sell my farm, II sold within !: next thirty days, it gos tit a bnrgHln. Contains 80 acres of land, has on It two housos one of four rooms nnd one of two rooms tobacco botn 30xC0 and other build-1 lug nceoKAiy, 12 acrog for cultivating , Uio tvilnnco In tlmbor, lino water, nnd line , land,. In tlijlil of school hojkc and church ThU placo Is sulb ablf for two fumUlcs and Is a barglu nt tho price Ht'tUr eorno to seo me tihout m ,iulrf P. 19. Hrawut. Htnnford, ft. 1) No it. " " tot yale.- Small stock of dry gocle J10"; ""y ""ulwo i"$ t , Scrofula disfigure and causes life-long misery. Children becomo strong and lively when given small doses of Scott's Emulsion every day. The starved body is fed; the swollen glands healed, and the tainted blood vitalized. Good food, fresh air and Scott's Emulsion con quer scrofula and many other blood diseases. FOR 81&B BY AW, DRUGGISTS tvtod 10c, aime of ptpr and tali iL for oTtaUrat 6. riot Bank and Child's Sketch-Book. Hack baak coalaliu a Good Lock rcaay. scott a Bowrte. 40 rati Si, k. y. Lancaster The Indies' Aid Society will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Emma Kauffman. llobert Ilankln bought a five-year- old horse of W. D. Walker for J 175, John T. Iteynolds and Miss Annlo Spoonamoro of Lincoln county came to Lancaster and drore to the real dence of Elder F. M. Tinder whore b soon pronounced them man and wife. Mr. Ben L. Keltey, of the northeast section of Garrard is a champion to Lacco grower of the county. He re cently sold his crop at Lexington the highest price be received was 30 cents for the best and the average price being 21 1-2 cents per pound. Miss Kwraa Daniels who lives lureo miles from Lancaster on the Crab Orchard pike hag recently purchased quite a handsome piano for her young daughters Misses Annie and Cora Per Was. The pi Ice paid for the Instru ment was I7C0. church. Members of families haxiug I. moted into the community belonging l0 tho church will be Invited to put 'their letters In, and those never bav- Mrs. William It Cook is at home nftcr a pleasant stay In LoulsWIlc as the guest of .Mrs. Thornton 1). Winter jrgt (,ol; wa8p ,ne uonor guest of a number of social affairs In the Falls rela-(jlty. Mrs Horace Grant entertained nr n rM-pntlnn fnr lipr ami Mil V.r. Cin-'nest Sprague gave a charming tea to this charming matron. jir8, c, n. I'olndeitcr was lulled to the bedside of her sou Mr. Ben I'oln- 'iirxter who was badly scalded by the bursting of a boiler on tho C. &. O. In. K. The wieck occurred ai Ashland Tho wounded man was taken back to his hon'e in Lexington for medical treatment. Mr. A. K. Walker who Is living at l'olnt I.cael and Is one of the noted Walker tlrotUrs of this county, they being knoun in many nf the southern states as the owners oi t-uch fine rox hounds, recently reccnMy sold his dog mint ' tu William Turner of Winona, U It n,,rr, I ,ral.,r' hnallltl. . a J ht r.-cje-.M horse of ... Cim. fo ,... orfB of ,Ir Rubt., , ..,- d f ., h. o( . Mr lUrrlet Guyn dltd at her borae In l'alnt Lick on Friday. The funeral was conducted at tbf Old Fnt Lick cqurch Stuiday and thn rem&luh Intered In the Lancaster emelery. The deceased U survived by ber husband and one son. Mr II. Cla Sutton bought 40 hotU ot dlllerent parties In the county, weirht 80 pounds. Ml s,t Lucy Francis is visiting Mrs, LiCOIge ItalloJ In Richmond Miss ,,,, .... ,, .,a,i c, , . Vi.v,.iTnlll ftJ '" MChOlasvlllO 1Pi n-ilann vlllv1 .IHIIU wtunn MUD ivv.i..i.v. ..w... h Little Miss Judge and Mrs. llnmii """" ' week, W. Ilatsou in LouUviile last Mrs. William Morris of Knox- ville is with her parents M. and Mrs. ,.!. AH.l...,nH lll. )Aunl,ln. Iimt IUIIJI niiiVruil, .tlivi) uuaviuiiio v...v. milt of Ulchiiioi.d Is visiting l'r con .in. Miss Lydia I.lmoie. Mlas lOlla Thouipron has returned to her honn in I'ojlo alter a visit to Miss Hnllle lliowu. Mrs. Ii. I), ileindou was hostess Friday aftetnouu to tint I'm- broidery Circle, - MHHHHBffl,iMaj- 1 fj WE PAY H HIGHEST CASH PRICE R Fnr All Kinds ol Ml K Farm Produce fa) H HIDES AND FURS WANTED H S NOV. R 8 1 ANU ij IUIC1IANA.N H H oianfoKl. Ky. 1 H---U--H--l?. found Tvo ke;s on rmall ring Oilier can eel fau.e b, paying for ,;, (j 2-4 v Lesson VI. First Quarter, For Feb. 5, 1911. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. Tt of tha Ltnon, I Kings xvll, 1-18. Mamory Varaaa, 14-16 Ooldtn Tax, Pa. xaxlv, 10 Commanlary Praparad by Rav. D. M. 8taarni. Tho flrst sentenco of our lesson tells us all we know of the parentage of Elijah, IIo comes before us n sud denly as a meteor and disappears when his work Is dono In n way that no ono elso ever did before or since. Enoch also was translated without dying, but we read of no whirlwind or horses nnd chariots of fire. Elijah as honored to stand with the Lord Jesus and with Mosoa on the Mount of Trans figuration, and Jesus an Id of him, "Elijah trnly shall first come and re store all things," adding that be bsd already como In the person of John tho Paptlst, but they knew him not and 111 treated him (Matt xvll, 8; xl, 13). Therefore wa conclude that John tbe TlaptlM, who came In tho spirit and power of Elijah, was to tbo first coming of Christ what tho rctl Elijah will be to His comtDf In glory to set op Ills kingdom. When some wbo will b mora wicked than Absb aod Jcxtbel shall be showing tbe powrr of the devil, then Elijah and a compan ion shall be th Lord's two witnesses In Jerusalem (Iter. xl. 3-11). Ills .name mains "my God Is J ah." ad one has said that be Is tbe grand est and moat romantic character that Israel ever produced. His one mlv slon was to bring apostato Israel back to Jehovah tht true God. He wo a nurtured In lonely communion wllb God, away from, tbe pollotlng court midst his native wilds (FausselF Ills flrst utterance Is. "The Lord God of Isrsel llrelh. before whom I stand (verse 1; see also it II. 13, and II Kings III. 14). We think ot Gabriel's testimony, "I am Gabriel that stands In tbe presence ot God" (Luke I. 10). and be It was who said that tbe son of Zacharias should go In the spirit and power of Elijah. Israel had been faithfully warned that If they turned aaldo to serve other gods and worship them the Lord would shut up the heaven that there tx no rain (I)eut xl. 10. 17), so that Elijah's irn.ver that It should not rala (Jn. r. 17) was simply n prayer Hint God would tlo ns Tie said nnd mako good Hit word nnd show Himself as tbc living nnd true God, for If He failed to fulfill UN threat the people would think II an Idle tale. EHJnb could any, "In the Lord hare I righteousness and strength;" "I rest on Thee, and In Thy name I go" (Isa. xlv, 21; II Chrou. xlr. 11). Therefore he was not afraid to meet Ahnli or to deliver III. mea2e. This being done, be receives two distinct message from the I.ord telling him where to so journ for the next three years, and first be Is told to hide himself by tbe brook Cbertth and Is assured that the ravens would feed him there, ne did Just as he was told, and the Lord fed him with bread and flesh by me.ins of the ravens morning and evening, and bo drank of the brook. So well did tho Lord hide him that he could not be found by nattou or kingdom (xvlll. 10). If we obey Matt, vl.33. we may count on its fulfillment, but we must be In the place where God wants us. Mark the word "there" In verse 4. Tbe word here translated "raven" Is ued ten times and In each place refers to a bird so called. The Lord Jeaus la dorsed fd yit Elijah story (Luke It, I), and If any part of'lt bad been 25-2d), not Just as recorded He would surely have told us. These lonely days at Cberltb 'make us think of Joseph la Eff)nt as a prisoner, or Moce.i la Mldlan, or John the Baptist In the wIlderneM, or Paul In Arabia. Noth tng can take tbe place of being alone with God. Then we must learn lo wait patiently God's time and And our rent and Joy In Himself. If Ills gifts seem to fall us, llko tbe brook that dried up. lie has some otber way. He cannot tall: He abldetb faithful. He has premised never to try ua be yond our abtVtr to br It (I Cor. x. 13), and la du time lie ordered His faithful servant to athtr place of ejourn, hut what an unlikely place It was at we see things tbe home of a por widow wht had ne food In the bouse but a baadful of meal and n lit tle oil. Elijah found her gathering rtlcka with which lo make, as she thought, her last cake, and then she expected that she and bor sou would die (verse 11). Hut by giving ber all to the Lord's servant, na tho lad did his loavos and Unties, aeveral wen fed for many days, nud tbe meal wihiimI not, neither did (be cruse of oil full (verso 10). From our lesson It would seem that tho prophet wns sent to the widow that she might sustain him (vow in, while from tbo record In Luke Iv. ".". i'O, It appears Hint Elijah was sent lo the widow that she might bo himi-i!ii ed. Well, It wuikt'd both wiijh. ,nid the widow wus sustulucd by ber klr tng her all to the Lord. No doubt He also cared well for that other nldiw who cast alt her living Into the fri-is ury. God wns nbo glorified In Hilt Sarcptn home by the raising In life of the widow's son, Hiiih Klroiu'lln'uins her faith In the God of F.IIJnb .! ordlng to urw 'J I. "Now. I. i'il I ' know- Unit thou nrt ii mini of Uml nnd tint the word of the I.onl In ih ivn"' I truth" It's mighty cold driving now. See ur no lln,0 "t lap -robes, it fronts, aarriage heaters ed coal C M salary. storm J. o4ommwfcao:t: 1 50 Men's Suits O 8 L One or Two of a about or Work Suits. S Original Price $10 to $20. See 2 J them in our show window at & rfFf r $5 for Spot It's just like Better get s s H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. o&a$$-a&o$ooa Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE. TncprniiL WTOWMHT ; Carson's Rcs.auraiit. H. A. CARSON, Prop. We Want Produce Bring us your Poultry. Eggs, Wool, Hides, Furs, Ginseng, Feathers, Etc. H.B. Northcoii. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. NO SVMPATHV FOR TWIC mnra or driver who buys poor harness la ueccssary. vnen honestly aade and tusrsnteed harseu can be bought bere so reasonably It Is a man's own fault It be Ukea the risk ot buying from a mall order catnloinie. I'rcittt by others' experience and buy your nirneta at nome. J. C. MdlLARY, Shutforri. THOUGH YOU ESCAPE WITH YOUR LIFE. If lire occurs nt your placo, you vlil not find It sweet If thu flninqa lo.m you puiuiiloss. AIT your lunialiiluc diiys will bo filled nlth, regret (but you hadn't taken out Irisurnnre tshun oa could. Kiro Is Just ns llkioy to 1'iippen to you as anybody else. IIo wlbo and haw us Insure you to-day. Then lire will not spell ruin for you W. S. FISH STANPORD, KY. PHONE 200 Kind. Ideai Knock- & x o t Choice Cash. finding them. one quick. 3 a v O ctirOwt r. STIRRING TIMES. e are hiving In tho builrtlnc Hoe. We carry a full line, of lime, piaster, cement and everythlnit elae needed for bulldlnr. Kventhlnc nurehaaed 'bere win b tounl of tbe beat quali ty and the best for Intended purpoa-a. We will sate you trouble and unncr ary expense by aendtnf to us fnr an estimate. J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. CONCRETING Waaralnpotltlou todn all alodi ot con cr.tlnc. tacb a. Illock Work, faTnuitat. and. Id fat. waraa rnaaaaajr iblns trora a hooMdownloafaae po.t. W' ea aarrr yon promptly and auarantM nr.t-clai, work aod maUrlal. Call and (! our prtrai bafora you liny your material at l.aat. PHILLIPS BROS., Sfanford. Kj i - ; CUT FLOWERS FOR SALEI t I I fan lurctib tha putllc with lt. brtt. ai ?,LVil,".,,,S,,, O,co1 fl"rr. plant, ol all kloda. tnlb. xtt) flowrr.. on ihor P.0.11.""-. A1 .ra,u .plaltyot rratb (or (or (unaral puriof i. . 'Ollon with tli. lTf. I uav al klii)(n,ibl.4on band at r.aionabl. priet.. , UIIKIHTMANJUKKKN IIOUHKH. BO ItUBBAKP. I-BUW. itan'trd ,K; Ftll 1m. Wtttr Satins My new tall aw wiatnr samples an now ready tor your Inspection. Tnet comprise the best on tbe market. 1 can suit any onu as to price who hsi his clothes niadu to order. A sutt in ado to your measure Is preferablt to ready mnde clothes, To havi them made to measure doesn't ros nny more than ready made when quality and nt li taa starve itoua In and let ma us. ruar tuoaaura 1L C. Mujlij. en ITaCJral Tailor i JtL.BeazleyaCo., Undertaker and foiibiiki tri. Also Otalnrs iu Fur niture, Mnttiii,nug. Tho; will oxchango Furulturo fo 1 Kimla of 6Uck. Give Them a Call. Prices Right STiNrOKD, - KENTUCKY j Nvito . 1 rUfct Ti