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The Stanford interior journal: February 13, 1912 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912021301_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: February 13, 1912 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i, i pmm '. ' fff .S- - JL.!.Mli'M Unw wimili t.-;.- - . mz 'wnw'H t c T irt'tty' Tf.fTr The Stanford Interior Journal. VOL. XXXIX NO. 13 STANKOHD. LINCOLN COUNTY. KMNTOCKY. Ti r.sDAY, rKMM ARY 13, 1012. LANCASTER. EVERY TUESDAY ' AND FRIDAY y f NO SALOONS IN LINCOLN TEMPERANCE GREAT The Vote Precincts Mnnlord No. 1 Stanford No. 2 Stnnford Xn.l WIN Stanford No. 1 Dy Precincts !Whcn Wet IG STEERS DROWN Dry 118 1J10 li:i 170 Ice Gives Way Under Them While Quenching Their Thirst FORCES M7 51 01 lliistouville No. 2 ;. (15 It. No. 3 (Tumcrsville) ... 80 1 (M.iKiuney) 08 Majority of 948 Against Saloons II. No. 8L Crnb Orchard No. 1 Returned, With Big Vote CaM 13 1 Crab Orchnid No. 2 Two Precincts Go Wet. 50 Wnyiiwdiurs No. 1 Wnyncsburg 2, (Kind's Mt) 87 3, (Highland) 87 There will in nil probability bo no Wnynesbui-6tccrs, so that they could slake their further ngitnlion of the saloon qucs-(Io- n through u holo in the ice. Hoiv-otTOTALS 1,230 2,187 thirst w ben ml bud gotten upon the in Lincoln county for the next Dry Majority 918 ice, it gave way beneath their heavy fifty jenrfl. weight, and nil wero precipituted inLincoln county voter on SaturElection Notes The pond to the freezing water. day defeated the proposition to voto Jim Hamilton, of Lancaster, enmo mis tcry deep, nnd there was no bak sn loons by the magnificent ma- over and irntuhed the election niilidc chance to save them. These steers jority of 1118 votes. This majority Saturday mid named away scleral weie tallied at about $50 a heud, floaters who had come over ftom as they were extra good ones, ami cjccccilctl the most sanguine expectations of tho most nrtlunt Temper-onc- e (Inrr.ud hoping to get tumctliiug for tho loss of .Mr. Karris will run up to Ourrtird hoping to get Homethin for 'about S00. mhocntes nnd bo disheartened n tolc. the leaders of the wliitky forces thnt HOUSE BURNS DOWN Iko Shelby, of the Shelby City they ndmil the question of nttompt-in- ? ueit;hbnrhood, played the snino game to votn back saloons in Lnioolu ("i ii, hunch ol floater fiom Slielby C. C. Terry's Home Destroyed By ilend for many many tears to City, who ahd come over looking foi i Fire Monday Afternoon. He told on oh and evsome coin. come. The vote polled Siiuttday won n ery one lie wonld be ai rested if be at. The homo of C. C. Terry, ubout tempted to tote and tlu' wisely very heavy one in pto of hitter cold tin eo miles i'loin town on tho Somor- "Inid off." pike, burned doiva Monduy weather. The teui)ernnco force woro Taken as n whole the (lection Iset about hulf pust thiee u'olock organized, however, as fow working jmSMsit off vory quietly. There was Only the wuinen folks were ut homo organizations lme been in Lincoln a little trouble at uiiu preainct in when the building cuught, uud it is in miuij onrs. They got their vot- Crab Orelmid, and it well known not known just bow the conjugation ers to the poll, and in addition drummer who "makes" Stnnford and bgiin. A lew sumll household arti-cIc- h watched the election us u cnt does u clnium it in his home was charged nud furniture wcio saved, but mouse. There wns tcry little buying with voting illegally here, but it is praolieully oierj thing was n total ol tote attempted by anono. The not believed antliiii(r will come of loss.. Mr. Teiry earned $075 insur-iiuc- c Tempeinnco forces asoit that they the case. on his homo wittb J. D, Weur- bought not n single one, while the Now that the saloon quoition is 'cn, the Insurance .Man, of Stanford. Whisky forces say thnt they hml no settled, the ticiilhncut on all eiden A number of floMters were money. I npiiut to bu oicrwhelmiiifsly in You can see from ubovu how safe tot eil in Stanford Intc on the day of driiing out thu blind timers 'your home is when it is protected by close was the and active stujM will bo tRkon lookof election, but policy with J. D. Wciiron, the Intigilanee of the dry tht umny who ing toward the nccouipliabment of surance .Man, of Stanford. Better Oai-rni- d bad fAiiio over from Botle or that nt one. . .w- -... -, 'tee him now. were kept from gstling in their A jrreat poition of the credit for .t oi L the jrreot tietory won by the Tem- LOUISVILLE'S AUTO SHOW A totnl of 3,120 votes were cast jporance foiti1. ivns duo to tho fact of Mhu.lt 2.1S7 were icgistmed for tlmt a targe portion of the color-iLouismIIo's Show Automobile the dr.ts and l.SI'J for the wot. Only voting imputation of Lincoln conn ju oinises to bo. the gtoiitcsl oier held two Meeinets in the county went ty voted ngfiinet the saloons. The 'in this section of the cuuutiy. It "Wot"" Mncksvillo ami Turners villa (hi Went End. The lurgcst dry two colored liastors who came here 'li being held this tear on .March 0, in from Letington and Danville turned t, S, and 0, ut the customaiy place, wero leturncd inr..iorilies tit Crab col- - ivhich'iM the First Kentucky Kogi- which srnvc the banner inn. nivav of tlisJr moo into the Dry Orrbiird. rld of yood with 'irieiit Aimory. Tlio date this tear tuinn and did n the workers ,iorj!v for the them. wiis set about two weeks curlier thuu tbeie bnd nlniined that it would. lusunl to cnnbfe purenhscra to get Ttyc Wets say thnt thoir Inek of SHERIFF'S SALE. 'their ordert. in curly, ns in tho past fund- - wns 'unused by (be tote oT j!ront dillictilty lias bicn esporienc- Senator K. L. Hubble of this county, led in getting ptiimpt delnerios. us n f.r ii. county unit bdl in tlm Hy tirture ul etecutiou No. UJO two tveel.n. They bay diieeled to me, wbicli imiied lroui the lHri'tlu'ru cities hat u bten getting po. th.it the big brewer mi. I luli)icis the Clork'b ollice of the Lincoln Cir- ttioir ordein in first. It is estunutcd that fully two huii- bud promised from $1,000 to f3,t)00 cuit Court, hi .itor of John Schul-to- dicil cars will bo cthibitcd, which at wet- - in Lincoln but for use of tlie iiL'tiiiixt I). It. Kaiubo, I, or one tlmt wlien Senntor 1!. L. Hubble vol. of my deputies, will, on Monday, u uuusuiiutiiu table would menu million dollars in autooier one-hail lor 'hi unit bill, they culled it nil the lllh duy of .iuich 1012, between off nnd what little money they hud tho hour of one o'clock, I'. M. uud mobiles. Mnny sundry exhibits will aKo be licv, bnd t be rio-e- d by their own two o'clock P. .M., ut the Courthouse which Riibseriptioiic llo"i'r. door in Stuufoid, County of Lincoln. ut tile show, well ns nre nliwits interesting us liistruetiic. Wet ctpiesn the belief Ky., none of the ctpose to public ulo to tlio Arrangements nre now well under that any umouiit of imuiey could ham highest bidder thu following propurty wuy for decorating this immense tl. linked llie ltwull. (or so much thereof us muy bo building which aoter.i oei nu ucie Tin climax of the inn n conte- -t ueeeasary to btitisfy tho amount ut of trroiuid, nnd is coiitJdercd the which was willed by the Tcmpeniiii't) tlio 1'luiiititta debt interest uud grentcst show building in this coiiii-tr- ,. fmcit- during tho pnt four wool cost), Tjr.. on .Satuidii.t, when woinun mid Mo iv house and lot in Muy wood Don't forget tbe dates, March 0, children p.trailed the street., of Stan-lorLincoln county, Ky., uud bounded 7, 8, and II. I'nib Oreluird. Ilustoiivillc, M u.-lollowt,: Oil tho ciibt by tbo Kinney, singing and prn.ving for counts lu'id, on tho west by StephA RIGHTEOUS DECISION. roles ngninst the saloons. The ban- enson, on thu south by Luey Aim Tbo Winchester Democrat bays: ners in St.infoid lime Mich blends uud on tho north by tho Louis- "Judge Ki.uis this wecek icndercd a us "Vote to wive Your ti " Papa ville Nashville railroad, the decision that will maku bun solid with Vole for Me." "A hiuhhall lend to a Pull n'ul riuiin." "Vote u You Pra.i" amount of tins etecutiou intcic.it tho women, n b.dy, the wife of u ten-ufanner, sold turkeys, chickens. etc. A 1011); biinuer ii ci (.--. .Maui and cost is (217.35. (Two hundred stiect in Stunfinil read "If ton Voto and seventeen uud Unity five cents) eggs, butter, etc., saved tbo money lor Saloons Where Will Y u Spend This property was lowed upon as tho unit houglit a horse. Vwthoui her propel tt of D. D. Kaiubo uu the 10th knowledge or consent, her husband fcle.nilt? Vote No.." Tho jtcod duy of January 1012. f. traded the aiiimul olf. Tho trade ted hot coftce set TLKMS. Sulo will bo mudo on a did not suit her, uud sho brought suit to the election uoikors, and 1)1' three (3) mouths, bond for tho possession of her horse. kept up tile cuthiisiiihiu all lin long, credit with upptoU'd required, While admitting the bourco from security lioi'.himl ivns the first jireeicct to and its majority oT 77 npiitint homing intcicst nt the rutu of U per which she purchased the horse, tho tl.t Kilooiis btouiit clucrs imm tba cent per minimi from duy of bale, opposing Inwjor claimed that all sii(K df men iho bus iisembled in uud bating thu force uud effect of these things which she had bold realt!e lulenot Journal olfieu to hunr u talon bond this 31st day of Janu- ly belonged to her husband. Judeo thf letnins us they were U'.ophonrM ary, 1912. JHiuiis wyuld not pco it in tlmt light W. L. MoCAKTY. Sheriff L. C. uud oidored the horse returned to m from nii sections of the county. 13.3 hoii the lux mujonllet. wtne icceii-v- d tier." float lltistiiniille nml Crab Orob-i- i DR. PIPES' MOTHER DEAD. id, it was seen that the county hud GIVE THE COUNTERSIGN fjoin- dry by n treiuendoiu mnjonty, How to enter the newspaper Dr. M. L. Pipes the popular phymi I '1 1 enlliusiiiMn of tho TcUl:l.,l-jh- )i sician, of Motcluud has tho sympa"Advance to the inner door new no bouiuN. thy of many friends m tho death of land uiiu time raps. Tho devil will Swulny night u big lollificiition bis mother, Mrs. Muna l'ipes, which lutteiid the ulmiii. You give your van- - held nt tho Chr.sliau occurred at her homo at Drumficld name, postottico nud number of i in Stanfor.1, presided oier last week. Tho deceased wus in her jenri, ton have beta a subscriber to M, Jrclloborts, ydui lit d (7t!i ti-u- i by llci.. I'. mid bad been a member tho paper. You will ndvuueo to tho jieti.il in- - idiuiriuan of th'i Temper-un-'- of tho Methodist church for 5 1 years center of tho room, where you will fie nnd th l"'" 1 flQinittoe. und wus given to much church and uddrcss tho editor with tho following uistiit. of tliu local onuielios madn charity work. Sho is survived by couiitciHgii: Hold tbo right hand fctii'ii.t; tolks upon tho viuUiiy wli.ob her husband, Mr. G. Wr. Pipes und ubout two feet from tbo body, with bad been won, und mgQil thiu the tho following children: W. II. Pipes the thumb nnd fingers clasping a woik bo kept i.p nnd tlmt now thnt Dr. Pipes, Morclandj Ed- one dollar bill, which you will drop been put out of Danville,, tho saloons nhvo ward Pipes, Louisville; J. C. Pipes, into tbo editor's bund, saying, 'were business for ever, tho pood people Uruuifield; Mrs. Eugenia Carpenter you looking for moT' Tho editor go ;o work on (he blind tIjjoi- Texas; Mrs. Ada Cox and Mrs. Sue will clasp your hand and bill, presselee-lio- n in llie tote by inecincts foll-ju- . tho ing it nnd will say: ',ou bet.' Thurpe, of Drumfield. Siturday wus ns VICTORY SATURDAY llustonWIIe. No. 1 .... A bunch of 10 fine steers belongKir. .M. J. Karris, of Danville, 128 ing to ublflb Wei,, builii! dlilell flolli Dilll- M0 villu to the farm of Mr. A. K. San 113 ders, nenr Marucllus, Oarrard coun80 ty, diownid in ii pond near the lat100 place n hen tho man who was 253 ter driiing them, uttciupted to water IDS the ice. lliciii thtoiiL'h lie bad . a222 thought that tho ice. nns strong 102 up the wciglit ol me 110 enough to bear cr fn-t- or sl I)r. lufrU-Jniu- I n, lf If eeins that all the Unrrnnl to- ROWAN SAUFLEY. "BLIND TIGERS" bin i o has already been marketed.1 MUST BE CLEANED UP. been the large quantities 'Appolntctl Secretary of State Board1 Club mot Thursday such hnto Tho bridge ilelivercil nt tlio wnreliouses iiuting Of Equalization iiftornoon with Mios .Martha and the lust two months, but there is jSay Citizens In Enthusiastic Mass Helen Gill. tin ..M.I ".!rd U It tl.,11 (ltl.lniM- - much still in Unrrnrd, the 05 acie Meeting at Courthouse Monday II. Itownn Saufley went to Frank,.e iiiw i!.,iA. ti.. ...i.i l'ruP or .Mrs. 1M. Walker nnd son fort Monday to nccopt .i ;.. i..,.,.. a position us Afternoon Mr- -. .1. a. K1...1I. ..f ll.....tn..! T..r,,s. .Wowls Walkcrbcing jet umolil, also one of tho thrco secretaries of tho crops nnd parts of crops grown by Stato Doaid nnd Mis. Callio Liuiiey, of Dauttille. of Equalization, to A mnss meeting of the people of Dr. J. A. Anion, J. which he was elected by tho Hoard T IIIAAltl .lllllf The Woman's Club mot Wedncs W. I. Anion, il.-iic.u 1.1 Klecce llobinson, Wr. It. Cook, A. IJ' on iiiiiuui tuning wus LaLI am in o court Saturday. Tho appointment is day afternoon uith Mrs. J. ti. Hob-iiisM. .Monday notiso at one o'ciock Drown, Jr., nnd n number of others for Mrs. four cars, but tho duties of tbo Fcbmnry on Lesiugtou street. 1. for tho liurposo of exAs indicating the grade of Onr-rnr- d office will only lcipiire bis presence pressing their gratification Itobinson was lender and thu subject nt thu tobacco the Pence IJros., sold a in Frankfort for discussion wus thu Lmerson for about four months l "' " v' each car while the board is at work. grcnt victor' .for temperance nnd I 'cried." Inviting refreshments were,"' prohibition on February 10, and to . the best basket selling nt Tho appointment wilt bo a tcry served. plnn for further temperance work. t 15 cents, while lrnnk Land sold 2,- appoint-- i popular one to Lincoln county de- P. M. Mcitoberts Hon. Junies IJ. McCrcnry ivns chosen chair 410 pounds thnt average $19.75, the ed Hon. John M. Karrn a dclegato to t.:..i i i.- -: :.... o ....... n...i n.a.. mocrats, for there is iirobably no man nnd Iter. W. S. Willis secretary b " better known young democrat iu tbo After the chairman bad tho Illinois nnd Interstate Good stated the four. baskets selling under 18 cents county than he. For about . , , liomi i onvcniion, which convened j no ijiiiiciisivr wiirenuusu uuiijui years ho has been a member sLxtccu object of the meeting, Iev. J. J. in Chicago yesterday, Mondnv l'cb. of tho Dickey read tho following resolution 1,000 pounds from K. McCnrley nt Interior Journal staff, and tvhilo it which bnd been 12. drafted nt a meeting 13 cents, 3,000 pounds frvtn T. Koth-crgi- ll regrets to give him up, it rejoices of temperance .Mrs. J. A. Anion gnve nn clnbor-ul- c workers held ut 11 nt $13 per hundred, 4,000 lbs that ho has course dinner nt her home on secured a better position A. M.. Ilevs. Dickey Walker and W. Thmpson at lie; 4,00 than it, could offer. to liroin G. ichmond stieel complimcntni-Unllou spoke to the resolutions and John Henderson nt 10 cents from ,,, her guests .Misses Agnes Dradslinw .lbs they were unanimously adopted. and 3,000 lbs from .U. Moss nt 10 LINCOLN COUNTY MEN of Decatur, 111. and Knthenne Hcul cents It. K. Hudson sold 7,500 lbs nt The Resolutions. of IJonttytille. Dnnvillp nt nn nvcrnge of 7 Whereas Lincoln county bns again , Mrs. Leonnrd Nnvc ngu 35 years Mr. Din ton bntight nt Uiclunond Hold Prominent Positions of Trust toted dry by 9 IS "majority, nnd died of tuberculosis nt Dewccs Col., At Hood River Oregon court, fivo-- to (5 yenr old horses nt whprcas the blind tiger and bootleg-ircr- s where she had gone hoping u chango to .275 per bend and 7 to are the greatest enemies that of climate would trrohmg her life. from fl75 mules Editor Interior Journal, Stanford, local option has. thorcforo resolved nt from 130 to Hosides her hiubaud and four chilW. II. Iturton bought nn aged Kentucky, $130 that : Wc, the citizens and voters of dron she lemos n number of relntiies Dear Sir: I noticed some Lincoln county in mass meeting asmule in J. O. HohitiBbn at $140, heie nt her old home to mourn her linrcs from mention in a late I. J., of the snow sembled, urgently request our ofand tvj earlv los. Holcomb of Danville, at $33 "5. W. 11. fnll you bnd in some parts of Ken- ficials whose duty it is, to enforce N. H. Sunders of Mudison county' sold a walk trot male to Itil- - tucky n few weeks ugo. I nra send-iil- g our laws ngninbt the illicit sale of and Miss r.innm Layton, of Ma- - Iturton ou, undor .separate cover, n intoxicating liquors and to use every . . bo Shropshire, of Winchester, Price Creary wore united in inarrmgo nt ,. i.'Pnv"tc. Hnglit and ro bought 8 copy of each of our city papers and means nt their commond for its sup! tho home of hlder K. M. Tinder, . hibnds nt jn one, hate marked a record of our pression, in order that the will of head of I .nr.i..ii...v i.ii.uiiuiiih tlio ceremony in hm nsii-- '. iKiclmiond at on uiernjte of ;, W. snow fall winch bouts ours slightly, the people, so unuiistnkalby express. . ; . ., .J II13 IIIKll. Ul ll.lllltiut. ; Cnnicr bought 3S ehnd of cattle,; I think. Hood llivcr is a town of ed nt (be polls on Feb. 10th. shall the attractive nnd handsome diuigli fr0"' ' to UUO pounds, nt 3.0UO with the Columbia river on the not be violated. r i at... ,. lui r ti liieluiioiid court dnv at from slo to north und -- Hood river on tho cast, Devolved. That we demand of all I.,. Jk- .ill. v.tinil .ilia ki(;.x .....ii... u i.,.,. this count iier head. Robert Bnrnsido pur- - and wo find it a vory pleasant place candidates for ofllcc seeking our supI li.. ' i ruin., inmi rti I mi.nctni rtil'i 'clined 25 ewes from Dock Weaver to live. Kcntuckians arc very well port, in either party, that they shall two enjoyable dances last week in represented in both citv and county state in unmistakable language their bond. honor of Miss Lettic Mac McKobcrts .at $o per T. C. Hnnkin bousbt a pair of 3- - affairs nnd they nre all Lincoln position on the liquor question, and recent guests. The sheriff nnd that their records shall be a guaranear-ol- d Lee Hnnkin for county people. mules Mr. nnd Mr. J. Purkcr flrrgory j 0 .,.,.1 - fl .... from ..! f- .1.1 1111 and tee of their sincerity. uiiu h if- -i; ri i urn mine iiuui iiii- - deputy, sheriff, city marshal m- nro beinir congratulated upon tne chief clerk of thu city water de. ilinm I'nglit for fl.i.i Resolved, That tho following perrival of another son the second cue partment arc among tho officers sons shall constitute nn Executive to visit their borne. The sprightly tvorthy of mention, held by SAM SP00NAM0RE GOES UP Committee to with tha little fellow has been cristoucd "Hen- - . I trust you will appre- eitil authorities in making the local Mr. Samuel Spoonamoie. formerly ' . rv TTnll U..QV.J. J ...... ciate the size and life of our pa- option law effective: P. M. McUob-eits- ." Ann.,, Roll., Tt.trnsi.1n 1.n is 0I Olllllioru, WHO lias UCIU a pnsninn li T. W. Jones, J. A.'AUen, J. If. he Express Company pers. Wo arc veiy proud of them. with her sister Mrs. Vincent Arnold iwith, thl vil' for some tlme' bas rc' I love the west and expect to spend Baiighman, D. M. Walker, J. B. in It.nninghum oi.tertained in honor ,"' tlie rest of my life hero but I nm of Miss Nntn .Moffctt, of Lebanon, 'l"wi1 aml aceptcl a position ns very loyal to my native state, and Jones, P. L. llruce and J. J. Dickey. Devolved, That we hcrrby tender .salesman, with that enterprising and formerly of this countv. ' gioeerv firm. Guthrie & expect to return to visit it some time our thanks to tbo women and chilJack "Denny, a wirrthv negro fnrm in the near future. Wishing the I. J. dren of Lincoln county for their AVul,,ut btrect- west ibnml f this plnee burned to death ,Co-- ' Vcrv truly henity, enthusiastic nnd efficient Spoonamoie, is a son of Mr. Llijah success, I am morning. Ho bnd been to LUCILLE G. JOHNSON. in winning the splendid iDanville'Prlday with n load of to- - .Spoonamoie, of Stanford, related to tietory on Saturday February 10th of tllat 1,anlc.111 the east .bacoo and Jetmning late in the MRS. MARIAH E. PIPES 1912. !tllIS conn,.v- - "o is nn honest, indus- cuing wns benumbed and suffering Itc&olvcd: That wc beicby exThe grim montlur enteied the fiomcold. In sitting near a hot stove lr,!,s' nml mmav, vou" "l""' ""' .., 1.; ,.i.i.,.. I,.,,..,..,.. ;..,it,i ;., nuiuu Imting connected himelt with that home of the well nnd favorably citi- press our high appreciation to the Uin l.1lIlw ....V.tllllJ 111111.11 ill young business man, Mr. zen Mr. George W. l'ipes, of the colored voteis of the county who cast niunner and bis wife awoke being hustling Inrouscd by the iiiell of something1 Thomas Guthrie, they wiVl make a West End of this county nud robbed their bullets for prohibition and binning diseovred ho was badly tiniu that will lie difficult to turn the home of bis devoted wife, Mrs. Ithcieby .swelled our majority to such Muriah Edward Pipes, who bad for great pioportions, and we hereby burned, lie wns about 00 year old down. Dam die Messenger. nnd died in great agony the next oars. shared bis jovs nnd borrows pledge ourselves to aid tbo colored TO MAKE BABY AN ATHLETE as- well. Deceased was ill mm mug. only five pcoplo in every effort they mudo to Cincinnati, Feb. 12. Humane The Mary Walker Price Chapter days, thouirli for years years, lift themselves to a higher piano of I -M . i: '' ,"' """"' "? I I ...,.. , c. ld , to'fi-tenr-o- bl lflUH-.ll- ,. ti -:i tl0. - u, ,..., r'w'"f'"? i 3-- ,.' -- i Ken-tuckia- to nmrr " ""t'1" v " cv-,n- l1 cl "" "' -- - so-ci- l t: d, nt uo-tjr- tn '.I wind-tvielii- tt I - of-Ifi- s 1 ini-etiu- luii-i-l- O olliecrs hoie witnessed a pri of the lT. D. (.'. met Monday after- noon at the home of Mrs. Kd. C. vate perfoiuiance tcsterday given boy whose anby a three- - car-ol- d Gaines. Mr. Walter Kellev nnd Mis The kles and wijsts had been broken icsa Ab'tealf weiv united in mnrri when ho was ten days old in order iikc in the city of liichmoud. The 'to make him an ueiobat und wrest- uroom is the of Mr. and Mrs. Her, ihe .toungstcr is the son ot it. Den Kelley of this county, while the G. Neof, a Gieck, who claims that he bride is tbe youmr daughter of Mr. was a student of physical culture nnd .Mrs. Nniah Motcalf, of Lowell, in Greece. Neof told the officers that he had L. G. Hnselden bousht of W. A. Price OS n'eies of land lying along .biol.en the wrM.s und ankles of his tho Fall Lick road five 'miles out son when ho was ten years old nud a r. from this place at $5S.75 per acre, month Inter began training tbo ten-'b- y for an nthletic career. In his Iluselden evpeets to place a ant upon the fnrm who will improio perfoiuiance the Neof child dislocat-b- y 'ed bis nugles and wrists nt will nnd cultivation. Mr. A. IJ. Drown. Sr.. of this city caused them to lissome ninny tho information of the death antral positions. Dy bending back-i- n Denver Colorado of Fled Kuowles ward with bands and feet on the who nun lied tbo handsome Miss floor m a inestler s bridge, tho child Mnriettn Ciow of Louisville, grand- - easily supported 150 pounds on his daughter of Mr. Drown. The ic- - 'chest. mains of the deceased weie taken! The humane of filers decided not !to interfere with Neofb plan ofilo- to New Yoik for interment. Miss Mnmio Dnstin left last week t eloping tho child, but exacted a to enter tbo Cincinnati Ait School promise that no public exhibition Judgo Lewis L. Walker and Mis. would bo given by the child for nt Walker, left Wednesday for a so least fiic years. journ in Uiliimln nml ulteiwnnls lor HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE u tnp to Cuba. Miss Sarah Daniel leturncd Fudny to her home in Purls . M" . TI... ..... ..?,,... 11 PUBLIC SALE! IJS11 (Illl'l .. )IIUI.SMI.l ... :i 111 .Hit. ,1111111 i I will sell publicly on M. .Mount. .Miss Agnes Itrailsliain, Friday, Feb. 16. of Decatur, 111., is the guost of Mrs. J. A. Amoii, Mr. und Mrs. J. S. Dow-im- biv'iuniiig nt one o'clock nt my a lot of on Danville street have leturncd to their homo in furuituie, Lewis county. .Miss Kllu Henry is household nnd kitcbn in Itichmoud for a tuit to friends. consisting of beds buieuus, wash Mr, Sninuel D. Whorrilt, of Chicago, slniids, center table, rocking chairs, has been tho recent :ui'st of Lancas dining tables, dining chairs, glass ter relatives. Miss Est ell Walker is bjor eliiim closet, Fisher Leaf range, Louisiille visiting Dr. nnd Mrs. lnruo ice box, dishes, one pen Ithodc Island Ited chickens Franklin Walker. Mis Murgnret Fox of Danville was with Miss Mary nud other things too numerous to Lynn Fox for set oral days. Miss mention. Dottio Itobinson of the faculty of Greenberry Bright tho graded school was cnlled to her Monday was the 103id annivor-sar- y homo in Cnmpbcllsvillo by the illness of her mother. Miss Mat thu Durko of Lincoln's birth. has returned to Cailinsville, 111., afFonner Governor of Ohio Myron ter n pleasant stay with Miss Letty Tl Herriek wns appointed as MinisMae Meltoboits.. ter to Frauce. I J ba-Min icsi-doui- 'u thor-oughbi- nnd she had bcoa frail, many times her morality nnd intelligence. ltev. W. S. Willis offeicd the follife almost despaired of. Though frail, she possessed n strong will, lowing i evolutions which was dis- -, cussed nnd explained and unani-liuousnud ns stated several times, when adopted. all hope had been nbanded, sho Whereas Lincoln county has again rallied and was able to again nssiime the duties of her home. The vr't?r voted diy by a large majority and had been presonally acquainted with whereas it is difficult to enforce the the subject of this sketch fov many local optiou law with the present llntcr-Stat- o Commerce Law. jenrs. She was one of those kind, We the citizens und voters of Liu- -. gentle motheily women, whom to know wns to admire, the joy oolu county Kentucky, on in Mass-- I of others was always first with her, meeting assembled in the court house and he is cully grieved to know thnt in Stanford, February 12, 1912 do he shall see her no more in this life earnestly petition our congressman rs She wns in her year, the Hon. Harvey Helm and our Hon. W. O. Bradley and Hon. and had been, a member of tbo Mctho di- -t chuicli from childhood. Sho was Thos. II. Poynter in favor of Sbep-par- d Kcnyon bill as it is now beforo a Hilile student and in sickness nnd health, had lived a life close to her congress. Tho bill by Mr. Sheppard Savior, having implicit faith in His is known as House Dill 10,214, and piomiscs. She became tho wife of the M& Kcnyoii's bill is Senate Bill Np. husband who survives her, mnny 4,043. Hon. J. E. Robinson for five years .tears ago. Eight children enmc to bless this union, seven of whom sur- 'past county attorney of Garrard vive her. Mr. W. II. Pipes, of this county was called upon to givo his city, Dr. M. L. Pipes of Morelnnd, experience iu tho' enforcement of law and Ed ward Pipes, of Louisville. in his couuty nud among other things Mrs. Eugenia Cnipcntcr, of Texas, said that six years ago there wero Mrs. Peiry Cox und' Mrs. Aliston twenty seven government licenses Tlmipe, vi irrumficiii, Mrs. N. A. or revenue receipts in Garrnrd coun- -t uud piobubly fifty blind, tigers. In YuiiArndall, of this city, is a sister. Ml the children were ut her bedside ench conviction tbo full penalty of tbo law was given and in no single v hen tho end came, except Mrs. Carpenter of Texas, and were sad wit- caso was there n second offeusd. Tho nesses of the end of tho best earth- old chronic bootleggers have left tho ly fiieiid. The funeral service was county, nnd the prohibitory laws nio 'niiductcd by Kcv. W. K. MeCliirc fait hf fully enforced. llov. J. F. Tinder, of Lancaster, of the Moielnnd Methodist church assisted by Itcv. W. T. .May, of the wns called upon and corrobroatcd Christian church,, at Old Union what Mr. Robinson bnd suid conchinch, Wednesday afternoon nt -- cerning prohibition in Unrrnrd coun. o'clock, in which both paid deserved ty.' P. M. McRoborts Ch'mn. glowing tributes, to this Godly W. S. Wills', Secretary. in tho presence of one of the largtst crowds that ever assembled Constipation is (he cause of many in thnt historic old building. Uiirinl in the cemetery adjoining tlio church. ailments nnd disorders (bat make Take Chafberlato'a Tho writer joins the'legion of friends life miserable of the grief 'stricken husband nnd Stomach nnd Liver Tablets, keep children in the deepest sympathy po your bowels regular and you wiU sible in this dink hour. Danville avoid these diseases. For sale by G. L. Penny. Messenger. r I al-m- ot ly I I I I 1 Sen-atbsixty-seventh wo-nin- t V r ViZLZ, . f - - .,. -- ivw.t,1(Ml(,, j f- . -v ... M w ylwtppi . y .nfrmi - ; a wnnerr r- - ? '"' Watft)jiaiiilWIW'i WWWWWiww immmmmwwmw$$$wnii$m B'i'i - "v. v . .. STANFORD INTFRin IMIRNAL. Tim tV I lMERlOR Established , I OURNAL 1 1872 HELTON M. 8AUFLEV,... Publisher 1 A YEAR STRICTLY . IN ADVANCE T .. oterea ai mo rmiouice ford n second class mall. .!.. ... jiiiii.- forcC9 "ny ,hnt thcy hnl " to wage their campaign, but one of t .inv... tn HiiiTL'cst tlint no mat , f,n-.,- t , iIipv " icr now Mre . Ihcir disposal, tho might Imvo had nt result colM have been changed, hm- tloes not ,vnnt 8a00na cou l .1 ...11 nw linvn tlipln. nun iiii' iiii mil . Wiih the snloon iiiicstlou out Jl the way, the next matter that should .. ml Tlic home HIGHLAND n f Mr. and Mrs. Joe was tlic frceno of much Mr. nml Mr. John Vnnliook have con tho guests of Mrs. Lizzie Hus-to- n. -;- ,..i.i ... ... "" ----- . POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, For Comonwcaltirs Attorney. Emmett Purycar, of Kovle, nn. icilllSttoracy nS S of the Thirteenth Court Dwtrict, subject to the of the Democratic party. For CounlV JUdqe. for common- - county, subicct to the action of the " ucm hUcnndU III iiui da lj for Couutv Jiiike of Linco n coun ty, subject 10 me niiuon vk .. Dcmocrnt ic party. T. A. Rice nniioiincc! Ins ennui- dacy for County Judge of Linco n vilJ .... , engross the attention of the people county btiould bo tho com- t. pietc destruction of tho illicit liquor Undo in our community. One of tho nrsiuncnb. umde by the oca ch in tho iece.it am- t 00 wjvcs know M, we pag. wns that ns much whisky and KvlltlR.k ,, , ,, sllffic bicr 80,U ln Uncoil under lJW t(, m "S w.onM ?. tlU by l" " llecn? the largo crowd did ample ,,, ,:abc, wcic there ouloona here. lhoe,jUs(ipu , tmiM MmeVt T10 men-wnKnew o isucn sales snouiu rcmnill,ior tie (lny W119 spcnt j not corae to the fiont and liko hon- - lllIcn,nilt ,,onvcisation, and Into iu c5t Cltucn3 teU the officers what jie nnernoo.i the guests departed, lncy 'Vow.u'nl. r ,nl,Lplu ""feeling that they had a delightful 'I in ennn. riirnru" riil it iiiainnoa ". .' ' ' ' """-"- " "". n.cnt ,9 . strong now lor tne wiping ,.,.,. ro.llrn. 0e j,u . rt v. . . llc,.arioug trnf..- - ,,....:. , ; , ,. , ,; , iMU ;,,,,u, ,",c,lr' ol "" J""cp ;,.. -' aiy. Hll4 .n"d conty;- is visiting relatives at Louisville. ,CfC lt"t Society met with The Library p!cMUro ,nst Wcilncsilny when nbont Miss Lelu Jones Inst Thursday even-in- ?. q( t,ic,r ricmh nml ncillboM The contest closed last Thursday (ntheretl there the occasion brine n birthday dinner In honor of Mr. evening and Mis Lola Hello Jones tieikey who was 64 Jem's old tlint was tho lucky one to reeehc tho ..... ... " . mot votes ns being the most popu.... "V.V, .. '"' ....." lar nml prettiest girl in tho city. A nice littlo sum was raised which will , (o tho oecn(ti Kii townrd buying books for the new rtllf, ni(lc(, MrJi 0ptkrv , rntertnin. library jnt organized. Mr. John Moer liiw been confin5l)Jt tlu,ir gUti4(8 in ft mot tW,B,,lful ed to hU room for a wick with the At 12 .clock dinner was se- iIt is almost impossi, wUh ihcumntUm. VL Tlj ln,,,o fan., ble lor him la walk without help. iu Mckhl of ,HMiriw wIlieh 10 Gcrkcy, , ., fly "'" :..., I'li"'" il" :. Relieves Backache Instantly Sloan's Liniment is a great remedy for back.ichc. It lcnctrates ami relieves the pain instantly no rubbing necessary just lay it on lightly. "I hart B17 lieV hurt In lh IWr Wir San IraniiM-yrait aci I In ilrrtt ii htl all aklnUa i irrtupttht utm ,U t , I tried ulihmii if rtli Kn I iaw ymir linicni ment In a itnic ti. r and jol a N.nlc in caun. d luitant Irr 'I he fint applk-aitorrlltl, anil now tic. pc f .f lutla mil. II ncal, I air a mft NORMAV, ILl.ri.IIHt W luuitr Calif. net In Winter Shoes! The selling time is drawing to a close but the wearing-- time is JUST NOW. Following this cold weather will necessarily be mud and slush in abun dance, and you will need good shoes more then than now. See the prices below on the very best footwear we can buy. Here's Proof. ".R ,,, tr To ti m. PLEASANT POINT Mr. It. I). Thomas and pretty .inuahtor, Miw Ida, of Wihnore, Wsiting at W. C. AlfonVa last wccfc. .1 we B,'''', f ":. do-it- !. v"v l.. a 111... 1 I I. li'a.igott of U T of Illinois, and Miss Malissa Padgett SoW by oil Deilers A protr.netca meeting w now in of tho Parlor Groe section were i Price, 25c.,50c.,and $1.00. 1(t tho Mc,hoai.t chureh. alo innrried. ( 1e u ,; , wwh Fred Doucla from th tf t, Casey' wn here to eo hi-- . be-- t jrnl ! n Mi- -s Lillio Chri.man. of ll.ren, is hint S inula v. Awcai i u y ii i t j lixpected this week to visit Miss Willio MeGuffoy, of Mt. Monah, r lino. Hntfield for a iosv days. was the guest of his cousin, VVYvV .M. John dicier is on tho sick Brown, Saturday night. lP3stiisssA DrtirlSSkifi list. Rev. 0. X, Singleton, of Grove, Batten, Mr TlMrA'B Mrs. Sarah Austin nnd Mrs. was here last week distributing temCut. v Floyd, of Kings Mountain visited perance literature. February 10th friends here recently. is drawing near. You temperaneu Victor, tho little son of Mr. nnd workers have only n short time so Mrs. John Heed, has been quite sick cct busv. Woodrow Wilson, tho brilliant gov- of tonsilitis. Miss Ruby Carroll is at Cincinnati ernor of New Jersey, captured the Mrs. Reid 1'enrson, of Indiana, where she has a nice position. Her S0APUS NEWS. democracy of Kentucky with two has returned home after n pleannt mother, Mr. Carroll, who lives here great speeches nt Frankfort last visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. is contemplating moving to Ludlow The merchants in Sonpus nro r'riday. We had tho pleasure of wit- John Meier. her many friends' will regret to know lots of trade. nessing tho magnificent ovation givMiss Suie A. Chestnut is spell Miss Ada Mitchell is visitintr rela D. A. Singleton built n fire in his Tho only thing that surprised the en him in the legislative hall that ing n few days at Kings Mountain. tives at Harrodsburg. stove the other morning for the first Interior Journal in tho local option nfternoon when ho spoke beforo n Ettn Yonmr. of Stanford, is visit There was a singin? nt s1utinn Sntiirilnv. . vrns the size of crowd which filled the hall to ovcr- - ing her grandparents Mr. nnd Mrs. Johnson's Tuesday nisht. Mr. Ray time this winter. . Several Mr. Charles Pluminer has moved the majority against tho saloons. We finirin;; Thc people of Kentucky George Young. were present and report n plens-nto Happy Hollow. have never had the slightest doubt !,vnnt this man nominated for presi- spent a time. Mis Lilhe Mac Warfield as to how the result wouiu be, outj,ient nlHi jf ley iave the,r wny j few days last week with her sister Since tho residence of Mrs. Mai"" Mr. Daniel Broughton has moved which mi fo, Kentucky will be for him, Mrs. Emil Meier, of this place. did not look for the landslide Iluches was burned, she and her par- his mill. followed the noble efforts of tho t00 uniCS!s the Wall street interests tterrv liros.hnd a basket of to ents, Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Odenr, Mr. A. A. oldest child dkd bravo band of men and women who U)nnngu to "set in the works" ngninst bacco on the Danville market which who lived with her. arc residing nt last Saturday evening, supposed to worked unceasingly fox- many weeks ,im ft primary election ho would leached the hish water mark price the home of Rev. J. X. Herald. have had membraneous croup. to avert the threatened disaster to n.ik nway from n j,0 others ns if of 09 cents a pound. How's that for J. S. Dunlnp and C. Jeffiios callMr. Charles Plummor Imi a verv - Hipv mm tiol. Kondink-their comity. Tho size of the majorimust hum Highland? ed on two inishty pretty girls last sick cow nt this writing. ty makes it certain tlint this will be the presidential primary'lnw, ns well j y0 noto with iinterest the column Sunday. Aunt Betsy Hutching is qnitc ill. the last agitation for n snloon dec- - ns tho direct primary "for state of- - in. your paper in behalf of Temper Messrs. D. P. Alford and H. H. . .Airs. Mascsei Brown is the sniest of iiio ihjuih iicinls, lion in intiu.v nnco, nnd nlso nppieeiate the work Padsett wore in Stanford Tuesday her mother this week. is being done by the Tempcr-nne- o on business. tlint Mi-- , Minnie B. Smith, lost a pic workers throughout tho county ture last summer as n year ago, and May God grant that their work may MILLEDGEVILLE. didn't tind it till this big snow. be a success, and that dear old LinTv"e have had expcrlenco nlth many Kczema, rsorinsla. and other skin aro causeil by myriads of remedies for skin trouble but hao coln may cover horself with glory troubles Mr. Thomas has moved into liia as such the skin. Unless Berrns nt work Inpromptly ilestroyeil never seen D. D. remarkable cures In- by giving a ronsing big majority 3d. They work on a now princi those from tlireo germs aro t. Prescription. applinew houc which he just completed. very llrat they raplilly multiply, (,'nawlng thtlr stant relief from the ple. They do not ghne of votes against the open saloon. r the nay deep Into the pensltlve tissue. cation. Mr. Lee GnddPs still continue to surface, but they penetrate to the The We are so confident that D. D. D. weather has been behaving This Is what causes that nwful Itch, be confined to his bed with and "vhat seemed a nere rauli Hill reach your caso that it will cost seat of the trouble and draw tho may row worse nnd develop Into a vou nothlne If tho very first full slzo very badly in this section lately and germ life from underneath the skin and torturlni; skin disease bottlo falls to make rood every claim. the trround hog saw his shndow on with its years or misery. Mr. Saint Riickor 1ms rrturjMd smd If you have skin trouble of any it. In this way a comUon't tako any cliances Destroy tho kind wo certainly advise you to droo llin cppnixl. which moans IS moio home iroin his father's, who is vry plete cttp! is , effected in any ensa ftorms ot the bBlnnlnn of the trouble In and lnestlmte the merits of n t. winter days, so they say. (soothing and cleaniniR ali, D. anyway. Wo Know that D. D. D. irith that of skin or scalp eruption. ill. the D. D I rrecrlptlon ror i:czema. Uev. J. J. Dickey gavo n temperKndnrsid and sold in Stanford by A -- 5o bottlo will prove this to you. will help you. Dr. "U. L. Pipsw of Moroland. is at M. E. churuh a ance Jecture 761 SHUGARS & TANNER. DRUGGISTS, STANFORD. KY. tho bedlde of his mother in Perry- - the Pern y Ding Store. few days ago. Thore was a largo ille. K- tcrowd present nnd all seenwd to Mrs. Ruker and son, Clarsnce. of FALL AND WINTER STYLES. enjoy the lecture. Bro Dickey is Parksville, wiire the guesti of Mrs. earnest worker and the writer Jones last week. hopes his work will bo rewarded My now fall and winter sample JJro. Roberts jave an interesting nr now roaiiy ror your lasix-uiiuwith a larsjs dry viutory. Walter Itnugh and wifo of Dnn- - 'more at the Methoiiist church on They comprise ttio best on tne morhel his father nnd Wednesday night. ville aro visiting can suit anyone am to prtcu who bad Don't forget the sole of J. V. Van- - tils mother Mr. and Mr. E. G. Baugh clotnes niacl0 !, oritur. A suit hook on Satiuday l"th ono half mile to ready muJe clothes. ' To have them this week. siled north of Milledceville on (lie IIus- - made to measure doesn't cost any Will Graybill, of Somerset tonvillt and Danvillo pike on the iso.--o than ready made Sen Qunlttj hi mother here last Sunday. farm of J. J. Moser, made to your meaHUie ts preferable Will Adnuit ami wife and Delmer .Mr. J. J. Moser has n sovere case and fit Is considered. Come in and Adam- - nnd wife are visiting nt D. R. Your Business will be well cared for and we solicit ol rheumatism. let me take your mpnsuro, Adams' this week. Your Patronage. Highland is getting to be quite n H. C. RUPLEY, THE Practical Tailor BEE LICK. tobacco market. Mr. John Lutes, our hustling merchant, has bought .1. M. Brown has sold his farm several thousand pounds of the weed This is very convenient for the far- to J. W. Stringer of Quail for l.S0O . II. Barnes visited his brother mers of this end of the county. Georgo Lunsford has moved to M. II. Barnes last week. Capital $50,000 Surplus $25,000 Docia Reynolds jU an very bad Rowland nnd Rev. J. T. Chasteen health at this writing'. has moved to tho plnco he left. cj & & Mrs. M. G. Reynolds is improvat & The children gavo a splendid tem- peranco entertainment at Mt. Moriah ing slowly. Russell Reynolds is clerking for church Thursday nfternoon. Rev. .7. D. Haggard eatno up from his uncle. J. M. Reynolds, for n few Rethel Ridgo Monday to attend tho weeks. 'meeting nt tho M. E. church, but Bud Reynolds visited his sister at "il, Crab Orchard last .reck. Wo have prouded a room Mr. Morris Ttijlor still mnkes b appearance nt I). G. Anders' every MILLEDGEVILLE with corafortnblo clnirs, Sunday afternoon. Guess what is tho Our school closed Friday. attraction. tables, writing materials V Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Honaker have Mrs. P. T. Pollard is confined to and telephone which wo will her room with rheumatism. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Sundidgo will bo glad to have any firrmcr M'oi'ris Russell'B place. leave soon for Harlan, where Mr. friends mflko use of when ine orass uand is progressing Snndidge will work at the carpennicely nt Moreland. ter's trade. they have business to tranMr. Cecil Vnnhook is visiting rc- Born to tho wife of Green Mc WilMn,.ipn..1 4t ln4ilAa nl sact in town. If you wish liams on tho 20th a fine boy. ' Mrs. John Moser has returned J Miss Lucy Reynolds visited relato close n deal of any kind from a visit to Gilbert's Creek. tives nt Woodstock Inst week. Miss Myrtle Morgan is visiting in C. G. Proctor nnd family will leavo make use of this privato Perryvillc. soon for Louisville. room. Miss Lucy Minor has been visiting Mr. Lamar Thompson is nt Rich in Danville. mond attending school. LINCOLN COUNTY Otto Myers, Walter Moser and M. M. Tnylor visited I113 uncle, M. John Emmins MpChirn nftrn.lcrl 1ia U. Reynolds, Saturday night. NATIONAL BANK Tho pretty dnughter of B. G. Arnio '"nPfnnco enlortainment nt rndny night. is visiting in Lnnkford this week. announces his Peyton Parrish can.h.lu.y tor Jailer of Lincoln count, subject to tho notion of tho Democratic party.. nnuounccs hn George DeBordP cnmliilncy for Jailer of Lincoln coun tLe nCti0" f th km" ,.....w Dink Farmer is n can didnte lor Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the nction of the Democratic party. For Magistrate J. T. Roberts announces his candidacy for Magistrate in the Stanford district, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. Wm. F'elds announces his candidacy for Magistrate in the Stanford district, subject to tho action of the Democratic Party. iL'iiXJ ,.... Ihcy can to clean up things, for they have scon that the pcoplo mnnd that this be done. The temper of the men and voters of tho ty was unmistakably shown at the election Saturday mid nam Mon- ?,,y Wh0? "" " ; JMet! 1r) nr Inp rnurinnnsn nprn tijisscu . ... , ,, . priiucu ciauwiiuro iu iuia issue, demanding that conditions be bettered. With the tnloon question dead, let tho war cry be now "clean out the blind tigers." wht 1)oM.enie. of m umott, tpent Sn- - t, ... ,. 1'"' lormeil the ceremony. Tlic boys gae hanpy conplo an old tine chrt- happiness. i u.y ," In.1nnl n.i.l AIIjj Pnra V Iflli II (1 AlIlOl IIIIKILL tils heet on were married 11 ' SLOANS LINIMENT is :.... I the 1 i' '"."if Mm F. l"f st remedy !!, fcr S IV Ht Mt mUf ..n..1 1.l Jl'JHIl (I'll UIUI .'11. 1J. 1.. UVUl'l t T M fnri tiin at ana sj MIPS. RrM nf J. 1,'tti y, tt ,.n'i iri nt i.i i I , . i 1 nrnralgia, tvuv Uix 4111I.' h but-ti- u' it and It it commmii', I ... ar . O E - -- nt rc-iT- SH. The celebrated $10 15 inch top "Witch Elk" shoe now $8 the "Menzies" $6.50 shoe with 15 inch top now $5 the same shoe with 12 inch top worth $5, only a few pairs left at $3.50. Honest Mike $5 high tops at $4. Ball Band rubber boots at $4. All rubber articles now $1.75 and $2thepair. These have been $2 and $2.50 S H O S all Season. S J. McROBERTS StanfordKy. E - v ,i-urs- Germs Spread In Skin SOMETHING NEW A Wickless Coal Oil Stove. Call and see it. oy at-th- o IfYou Have Money WE WANT IT If You Need Money WE HAVE IT W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. First National Bank a q Stanford, Kentucky. For OUR Our a PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT We consider the most important part of our Farmer FALL aid WIffTER MS -- I Friends husine.. It is well stocked with the purest and freshest of l)rujs and Chemicals that can be obtained, and is complete in every particular. Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ladies' and Gents' "Sf&fgtE; -,. Family Goods now at Cost To Make Room. 0 a Our customers may rest assured that any prescription they bring to us will be accurately compounded. Dr. Hess' Poultry and Stock Food SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. 0 0 0 Penny's Dritg Store, Stanford, JContucky, tM30S3 2 TKfmmmHKMtlmttS SI mmmmmmmmn x . ,, TTi!n!!Ti5innSr JSmqraraPfe " " W'l'iJW "tf-T- ; SOCIAL and PERSONAL Joo T. Knihry cnmo over from Frnnkfoit to voto Snturtlny. Misses lloiicliins, of Klixir Springs visited friends licro Monday. Pedro Orcou cnmo homo to High land to voto in tha loont option election Saturday. Mre. I. M. llruco and daughter, 'Knthcriuo loft Inst week for u visit to Mr. J. It. Ucazlcy ut Jnokson- -' c, 0. P. Xcwlnnd was up from NOTICE CARD OF THANKS. BOWEN 3 iilS V f ii court day. All portions owing tliu estate of C. It. Colcmnn camo homo from I). S. Carpenter will plcapo pay inu Pell county to voto in tho election 'miiuc mid nil persons having claims ngaiiidt tho cslnto of said Cnrpcn- Saturday, will present name properly prov-froMiss Sophia Alcorn, cnmo over cfro March 1st, Dnnvillo nnd spent Saturday c '''- -' 6"'l"" ' Carpenter, l.xtrx oi. mid Sunday with tho homefolks. ' wrrwiur. Mr,. Isaac Sh.ll.y, of Shelby City, atteudrd tho funeral of her mint, llyomei will bullish cntnrrh no Lebanon Kn- Miss f.ir.r.io Kouiitroe. m '" -- tcrprisc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kowlnnd I!ihop, of illo, l'la. Htistonville, is visiting IJanvillo relaMr. Cleo Sandusky, of Nicholas-villOwsley, of Lexwan tho guest of Miss Sndio tives. Miss Linda ington, is visiting her Bister, Mrs. I'ads of Utiritouvillc, Sunday. John' S. Wells. Dnnvillo Messenger Joseph II. Dlshon in visiting Iim Tho ladios of tlio Hapliit Women's tcr, Mrs. T. V. Hndgctt and family Missionary Society will have a socinl near Liberty. nt tho residence of Mrs. Shclton M. J. I. Hamilton wan over from I.nn- - Snufloy on tho evening of February caster Sntuidny helping tho "drys" 23. As tho entertainment is for tho in their fbht. benefit of the !ocicly on ndml-sio- u E. C. Walton poma tip from Som- - of ten crnts will ho charged. crNt Saturday to voto. Ho uy that Miss Martha Pout 1ms heon ill no mutter whoro he may ho living with pneumonia for severnl tiny. ho will always roturn to Stanford to 11 or parents Ct1. and Mix. John Pout ' vol. have also hen down with the grip, The Chantnnqua Cirrl met last but tf improving now, their many Tuofdny night with Minn Munrmrrt friends will he glad to know. llojinoT who entertained tbrm MiM ICHn ltallon chaperoned n crowd of young folk to Danville &Um VAn IUnkm of lUnkin, lft day night whore they hoard the iMt Saturday for Hiiehmond, to famotaa iHtriUm, David llispkam th State Xonoal. MonticeJIo inf. Tanae who want along wore: OntWwk. Miss Kllrn RalU.H. Mi Mnrtna Iloni- Mi IVrtha and Knlo End, uf tijt-- , AiiMt l.i'iiu j .iimt-r- , .mii r.mci StUHfsnl were the bwMh of thfir Ipottro, Miw Antiio .McKinney, Mia Sola Kads U t wik oouaiH Clandin Palon, Miss Margaret Hop Montleello Ontlotik. per, lits l'.ffio Paughmnii, Miss Juthro J. P. lUilay, Col. .1. I). Jeephhe Coventor, Miss Mary K. Swop', Moaar. P. M. Nowland, K. S. McKinney, Miss Mnry M. Mathony, A'.coru nnd Shclton Snufloy were in Miss Mnry M. Pnney, Mrs. Alfred Frankfort Friday to hear Woodrow Pads, Mossrs. Harry Pcinhart, ClinYiIon speak. ton Cokmnn, Thomas Coleman, MorThe Current Pvents Club will meet rison Pright, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. with .Mrs. J. N Saunders at 'J:30 Ireland. nu-Thursday afternoon. Mrs. !M. Pejton, went up to SHORT LOCALS. to bo with Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. A. Peyton both of whom hnvo been 1,500 of 1,C00 to loan with good quite ill with pnonmoina. security, inquire nt I. J. Office 13-Mrs. Pouland Ilishop nnd .little daughter, Janio Woods, hnvo return-- d What would you do without n good to Hustonville. nfter a visit to horse f Keen him drv nnd wnrra with friends nnd relatives hero. Dnnvillo a good blanket. 1 hnvo them. J. O. McClary. Advocnto. The Florida dolegntion to the lin News hns been reroived here from ed now to be solid for President Taft Wien her child is in danger a woM. C. Xewland, who hns been tak Xogaloe, Ariiooa that Mis Lthol her lifo to protect it. man will ri-Hilton, of thw city, who went out to ing n course in surveying nt Stato Xo great net of heroi?ra or risk of tho new state to tearh, has stood n Univcraitv in Uixiuntoii, has return life is neeesnry to protect a child splendid examination, and receircd ed to hi hom in this county and is Give Chnmbcrlnin's from eronp. -I prejmjcd to do nil proctienl stirvcyn first flass eertifieate. l ough Pcmedy and all danger is OF Purnl I Kdit5r Qreon Oay Walker, of the inc. Call or address him. nvu'cd. For a1e by G. L. Penny. tatttmstor Kweord and Connty Attor-un- y ronte No. 1 SUnford, of phone, Crnb . J. li. ltobinsou, of Oarrard, were HUTCHINGS B0SLEY. How Mrs. Bethune was Reher raJngiinK with the court day JIi-- s boards li JIury Louis-- Iliitchins, the For stored to Health by Lydia iT9Wd Monday. Mr. Ilobinaon is exsweet nnd attractive daughter of Mr. candidacy for sale at our yard at Crab Orcb- pected to nouounee hi E. PinRham's Vegetannd Mr. A. T. Hutching?-- , nnd, Mr. ftr CAsamon wealth' Attorney very ar-- l ..II kinds of IhiiiUt. n.i'l liuiM-ible Compound. ' Harry Bo!ey wcro quietly married materiat. I)nk and Collier 13-llti has many warm friends josterday afternoon at 5 o'clock nt in Lincoln. GiTieston, Mo- .- "For seven years 1 Tho Walton Pro., who conducted outTered everything. I vns in bod for the homo of the bride's parents on nml a very siicceafMl lot sale lieru four or fivodayo at n Main street. The ceremony was per HER number of other points in this nt time every month, formed by tho Pev. Dr. Cecil V. Conk and fo weak I could Imfnrn niilv llm i.nr.inf nf tliA con-of tlw tstatc, nro advertixttig hftrdly wulk. I had traetinj: jvarties. GOOD ADVICE n ery low excursion to lloiidu foi It hnd been ancrnr.ipi, liuchccho nounced that tho wedding would take wol ",e' w,u eon-- j Fibruarj' -nd headache, lot Ml? ,,or'' ,n B. nM" i,1,,,'t a b The Rp.ilfc. M.irlr. Thic Ncivhiirii was so nervous anl placo nt nine o'clock Inst evening but of that great nml desirable part that I drvoded they fooled all of their friends and Lady Glad She Followed to p. v anyone or were married four hours before the eiovune stale. A number of local Suggestion. hnvo anyone move in announced time. They immediately men havo already signified their inth. nxim. Th doc- left on the Queen & Cret-renorthtention of ruing down at that tttn'. Xewburg. Ala "For more than a and (tttwrt wfco drsiie further mf.ir tors giie me mdl-c.n- e bound train. The bride ia truly one r II year." write Mrrtle Cothrum, of tkl t, eao ma at mation ean get it'by applying at t'u thosw ti"-cnnd sin I Hint 1 ought to of the sweetest girls eror reared in I'laea, "I uffn' t ni;h terrlbJ palna la interior Journal office--. liHe aiic.ii r itici I Wi uld not listen to this community nnd her admirers are my back and I bad a sallow u,,, Mnl v,h n a fri- - 1.1 .)f n: hueband'j only limited to her acquaintance. cerapiexlen. an! my faea was told him about I vim h. V iikham'aVes?- - The eroom is one of the rising young Mr. JcHse Taylor, a highly le with aim pie. Our family doctor only pectnl citizen of lillisburg, diel lat etubl.' Compound and what it hnd donj business men of Danville and the rave ma temporary relief. , . tDL'u It if. Inr ma will. I tu wi ' rj,m puraiyue hirone. 110 Now I look the -pictureof tnn t.i Advocate predicts for thorn a most A zrlen.l of tnlno ndvll mo to iiy hen Uiand feol , happy union. They were tho recipibegan taklns It. at once. Jwaa atnckeii while at tho barn oarlj I Cardul. q ke hm$ M nnd with tho bet reaulti. for I was Siuuiiiy lnorning, nnd never rcsjnini'il wot worJ ,a tl)t, panil.n un(1 t,ntertain ents of many presents which attest Ho waa about 50 comirany nnd enjoy them, and can wulk their popularity. My 'conneioutinens. cured after taking two bottles. Danvillo Advocate mother and ray aunt havo aUo used years of age, ruid hnd been Justico ns far as nny ordinarj' woman, uny day Cardul nnd woro greatly l"ne(lted. of tho Peaco of Casey county, and intneweeK. 1 wish J could talk to every Soiidcntnry habits, lack of outdoor I uliall ilwavs pralso Cardul to elck toll them had been a candtdnto for tho nomi- suffering woman and girl, andVegetable exorcises, insufficient innstificntion and Buffering women." what Lydia E. Pinkham's A wife Compound hns done Cardut U n purely vegetable, per- nation for County Juitee. for me." Mrs. of food, contipation, a torpid liver, fectly harmless, tonlo remciiy for wo- nnd thtec children Mirvivo him. He Dema Uethune, Sikeston, Mo. worry and anviety, are the most com men, nnd will benefit young nnd old. a member of tho "Church of God, or Kemembor, thu remedy which did this nion onuses of stomach troubles. CorIts Ingredient nro mild herbs, bavins a gentle, tonlo effect, on tho wo- Sainte" and was a quiet law abiding was Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo rect yonr hnbits and tnko Chambermanly constitution. Interment in tho family Compound. citizen. lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets Cardul has helped a million women burying ground Inst Wednesday.--Case- y It has helped thousands of women who and yiti will soon be well again. For back to health and strength. linve been troubled with displacements, snle by G. L. Penny. County News. Havo you tried UT If not, pleaso inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irregdo. It may bo just what you need. ularities, periodic puins, backache, that Rnssell Stone, of Georgetovn, was TheoiToro Itoosevclt hns declined lienring down feeling, indigestion, and N. D. Write In: Uilea1 Alvtuxv DeM.. Oitta-noot- a . M.JIclnalo..Chjlum-faTrnn.. lor .'pecwl an invitation to address the Ken- - nervous prostrntion,afturallother means fined $X0 for permitting a 25 cent Home TiraioMot Jruiruelunt, nj fork. Uucky Legislature. limit poker game on his premise?. Why don't you try it? fer Women," tent In fUln wrjppw, oo rutst. hive falli-d-. , nl er Mi: ro Mr-- . We desire to express our Ihnuks 1). II. Fox, is nt Liberty to Elder D. M. Walker nnd Pev. J. II. spending a while with her daughter, Jones for their vnlunblo aid in the Mrs. E. L. (Jrubbs. temperance campaign just closed, al-- 1 Mrs. Steve Pussell, visited her so KcW nnd Mrs. J. J. Dickey for mother, Mrs. Till'oid Messcr Inst tho lilonituie tent us for the enter- - week. tniniiient nt Mt. Moriah Februnry 8. Mr. Oilie Iliiohnnnn has retuin- Wo appreciate tho bold and fearles cd homo niter n visit to In- - Mittr. . wny, 111 which the id'itor of tho In- - ut Hi'kIi Pridge and Ptirgui. terior Journal, took his f.rr Mr. W. T. MeQirr uttended Mr. stomnch dosing just brcntho it. Ak riht, iiRitinst the evil of open sn- - Fred VonAllmen's snlc and bought (1. L. 1'onny lie guarantees it. Pid loons. Mny God's richest blosiiirs ', steers at 1.40 per hundred Tiiej yourself of that vile dtoeno nt once tost on tino and all, that havo so averaged 755 pounds. Ho got n Comp'eto outfit $1. Sirpnrnto bot- nobly stood by tho cause of temper- - yearling lioio colt for $'18..'j0. tle fit) cents (Pionounco it nnco in Lincoln count v. John . J 111 Warron is ovor hero fr.,m YniiMff, Clerk of the chut oh at Mt. High Pridgo. JIu took a notion to ., Morinh, turtle hunt one cold innrniiii? tin-- , . ' Parties wanting rooms nnd offices " week nml in a few hmirs had inu'ht call at Stole Until: & Trust Co. See Von arc probalily awnro that paou- - ifive turtloa. Jl-t- f their nicu rooms. uionin nlwnys resnlts from a cold, Mr. C. C. White is on the sick but ymi never henrd of a cold ro- - lit. Here's a great olfor that was nev- suiting in rmemnoina when Cliambcr- Mr. (Jimrti! Cowan is on the sick er equalled bufuro: The daily Inin's Congh Pemetly was used. Why lilt. (Sunday excepted) und take the riak whon this remedy may Mr. Hunry Chaeleen Ims been the I. J, both 0110 year for ?!. Send lie. had for a trifle. For tale by G. nnito ill I jour tiheriptiou in (pilule to the I. L. Penny. i.. .Maraarm Sao.li.bia whk i,.iv .1. oflleo for this offer is good only ' sick but is better at this writing. S!u during January nnd February., tf th We nru (irepared to liwlnll hot i annt, Mr. C T. Sandidise'-- . watr and hot air lieatinv. ivlambln hon. 81-t- f. Several high rinse article at fot oar, Conn Ilrtm.. Untaater. Brother Wyatt Jlontgomery, of if old before May lat. Ono 1S.M "!r! represents rnily the Moretand, fars a tetnporanee pe.li VV. clock one $30 watch, two jKiirs of S. Fsh h,A hotlw ,B8t WIMk M 1,Mire., ,, a Vl.ry UrR. rrowrt nnA f 15 diamond cuff button. W. II. lict and itroiujest insurance com - - nd Mtiellrr, jowolor. panlM. Let lilm jreep you protected. wlrt,, haa ft laiiwr on i, fhl weil1h. lintl not befit o diiiijrrp'-iiliVlli T.ot Pi ( (flp..,,.m r SomT'Ct 'it ut .1 fin. FOP SALE OR RENT. 'i' 'c p in it.. f We uffiT lor sale or rent tile Mc;iikf n ilt.il ' L'Ulll sill MT. Ill ..i.e plf 1mi!, (fitnt intfrvt in hi- - .Kinney Woolen Mrlls nt AleKinney, leac nt Field's store. A. J. Gooch. and t did lots of 2irl. Kr. This mill i fully oqnippctl to inauufactnrc yam, jenns, blanket, Cntnrrh Cannot He Cured PLEASANT POINT. l.ineey and other goods and is well with i.'N .rVL .rrt.ll r101. j Ihri rann.n rtc UM m III lllw'- lbloo.1 fif rtrtlAtf. I llitftl w to K. L. Tanner. Utlim-located. Apply awl In orarr In tvt It )hi Hum uke Mrs. V. C. Gillilnnd and charming IMHnikt r.'fnMtir Hull n iurm Carr M Ukrn Ui P2-McKinney, Ky. tvrrmtty bhi rt uMin tnr 1mmnI sim! murntii little daughter. Vera Xool, spent a ta rMt a quark nunlh mnimi. Hall ourrh Cure tin. It (M bfirflbn! bj: nfi la bl Ibr Imtirrwripnofi. few days with her parents at this In thla routitrr (or lean ami a rrtiilar For Sale. Pure Bred Mammoth II ta omnnwl of th til tontn annvn. mmtilnru plnec. trt hlooil purifier, cnmblnatlnn nt the Mr. Pud Pronto turkeys. Mrs. C. C. Lyon, with l&e aurfarra. Thf prrlrftarttnff dirrrtir on the muroua Thompson and pratty twn InfrrdKDta ll-2- t. what prrwlucra suctl vuiiilrrrul Hnstonvillc. la turlnie catarrh, rnrt tor trtinioniaia, rrr. daughter, Miss Idn. of Wilmore, F J rilENT.V A tx. rropa.. lolodo. o SnM hr linicffl.1. prii v. spent a few days with the family of Writing to hnvo his I. J. renewed Tale Hall i lamur "Ilia (or wrutlMtlon. W. C. Alford. Mr. Thompson is ngaint .White I lentil, III., Eugene contemplating buying a fnrm in this Van Fleet, says: " I don't feel as if There is a great difference in life vicinity. We nre very much in hopes I could do without tho old I. J., as I insurance policies. Mutual Benefit that he will as he is a splendid appreciate it more and more as a let- Policies are superior. I can show ter from my dear old Kentucky you. Why not buy the Mr. Johnson, of West Virginia is best? R. M. home." spending a few days with his son, Newland Agent. I: M.t. '' '"i.J5ri T v'V ''fe'-VntZZ- if No More Cold Hands Lf?eaV':W ; Perfection1 JV 5MONCUS si 1 A woman often docs not on'ce what a cold day it is so long u tho is bustling around the house But when she sits down to her sewing and mending, she soon feels chilly. It is then she need a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. Its quick, glowing heat warms up a room in next to no time. That is the beauty of a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. It u always ready for use ; you can carry it wherever you please ; and you light it only when you wnt it. Patented automatic The Peifrrbna Oi Healer ii tmeleSeta and odorlcu device irrtwea iKt. Il u reliable1, wfe and economical burni nine houri on one filling. Undtotne, too nickel tnmm.ngs. 'I I drutrti finkhed either ia blue enamel or plain steel, with . h I 1 -- Dealer, everywhere ; or wnte lor Hewntiirr- - erreu ir M ae aiexr ol Standard Oil Company 'Incorporated) smataiU v 11 ?l 41 jjWFagqwjrawiitiey 'ffoivfli&l tf ih)rk-1an- M n. Uny Johnson, who recently moved in ottr neighborhood. Mr. Johnson will start to Oregon in a few days for his health. W. C. Prown, formerly of this place, now living nt Dry Pidgc, Grant county will move to Science Hill where he hns n good position on the Q. & C. railroad. Mr. Pny Pohinson entertained in honor of his father Tuesday cvenig nnito n number of friends. iquito nn cnjoynblo occasion and cv- ervbodv thought it was good to bo there. Mr. W. D. Dyo continues ill. Mr. Eugene Wall recently bought a nice new suit of clollics. Ho remarked to some of his boy friends that if he didn't get a girl he would quit trying. We nro glad to say he was lucky as four girls went home with him the first time he woro them. Tho It was girls knew it is leap year of course. It i n r LI SEVEN YEARS MISERY Doctors Said Health Gone Suffered with Throat Trouble Mr. n. D. W If I had 38' save d mon evMimmmM a I only On-hard- 13-S- p. Salo.-lOU.O- OO f-- e ex liar nes, Sheriff SalaEaPBa' of In n ho. County, Ton "I Warren aaaluSiiil tem a S Tennessee, a letter FRIEND'S from Moll Inn vllle. ncssce, h 11 iEa5v- - writes: V t. and had doctors treating throat trouble All a d Ive n K w? t thai Jywv he P ft wt-u- three me. failed to do nt , ln-a- prooouncid my health Kone. I co- good, and mo any to ncluded Mr. B. W. D. Barnes. ea 1 ... " "","" try Peruna, and after using four bot-tlcan say I was entirely cured." eight months without Interruption so that I could not do any work at all. Tho vnrlmn medicines that vcro prescribed brought me no relief. "After taking six bottles of Peruna, two of Lacupla nnd two of Manalln, I am free of my trouble so that I can do all my farm work again. I can heartily recommend this mcdlclno to any ono "who suffers with this annoying complaint and believe that they will obtain good results." Unable to Work. Mr. Gustav Hlramclrelcb, Ilochhclm, Texas, writes: Tor a number of years I suffered whenever I took cold, with severo attacks of asthma, which usually yielded to tho common homo remedies. "Last year, however, I suffered for HEN you feel like that come W fg straight to this bank and open an account, it is the only cure. No matter how small the deposit it will be Xa r ttJg:, - zj'XS IMSli r heartily welcomed. Then cut down your expenses and start on the road to fortune by adding to the account regularly. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profits $4,098.94 Deposits $75,481.90. W. L. McCarty Prcs. M. B. Salin, Cashier. The 1 Thrifty Housewife Stanford, Kentucky. We have all the necessaries for your White Sewing. To encourage the early buyer we are making special prices on White Materials, Laces, Embroideries, white goods, Soft Dimities, Ginghams, Soft Cambrics, Cottons, Sheetings, Linens Etc. THESE ARE FINE DAYS FOR SEWING. ready to her white sewing Looks ahead. Does flowers and enjoynow and isout of doors.get out among the thef great SEVERANCE & SON, ! - , ffmi "1 .V.1 Jt4 . UiW .hHLUMBE ' """. r " r II 'iai I MU - "Tfr 1- .J?- - - ': wwrw Y fi !oJ '' 'l'', 'F MWMiiMiMMMNRSMMMii r W" 4 " A JTW27" ?f'rr'-1868 w1'"1 '" r KENTUCKY P;iljlNiiiJi)VM ciaiwiii AT ". ""W'; ., '" wT dp. THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL THE FARMERS READ I. ,ar,Qaooiai8C"00ooaooi Q J., SINCE o A SAD DEATH. monk, dreary plain despair and pain, His ribs stuck out, and his hide shriveled tight And Mr. Coyote had given up the fight. A Coyote j X Hungry and cold, sat on a In M ... Q 5 O For sixteen long days, 'mid the snow and sleet This poor old Coyote had nothing to cat, And weak at the stomach and gasping for breath He slowly, hut surely, was starved to dcatn. But taking the last look around ere he died A discarded suit of clothes he espied, Alas, he exclaimed then, with vigor and zeal, On cast away clothes I'll make a meal. So greatly cheered up and without To din newly found treasures lie But when to the cast off suit he Of joys and gladness he was soon o o . B S O Q delay, made his way arrived deprived, XL C-- For standing out plainly on the badly worn band Was the well known inscription "H S. & M." brand, "I'm done" cried the Coyote, "even when strong and a M teeth cannot penetrate such do thes as that." fat, 0 So lie turned up his toes and expired with a wail. Which ends this sad, but true little tall. H. S. & M. brand is the best so why we need say more You will find them in stock at our store. ft 5 W 'A' Uillifiiilr) Stanford, - I. WEAKEN Kentucky. ? m ... 9 o n-- : ; z, ;' iOo V , In renewing his subscription, for nnotlier jenr to the I. J., 3Ir. C. D. Hooker, of (luilfunl, Mo., writes those npprecinted wordi: "Inclosed find oho dollar to pay for Interior Journal nnotlier jour, ns I cun't think of- hnvhigr you stop my paper now nftcr having been n subscriber since JSOS or ISM), the the Stanford paper, as I call it being one of the means which lias kept mo in touch with my old friends, licMibors nml associates of other !,,il""'iu' ,,f ,,,1. ''"'oh' "l" hut have hecn un adopted since October, 1S00 pretty well J on may be sure, but stilt have a warm place within for old Kentucky. I could tell you of our cold weather but from all accounts ynu Imve had or think you had i cold down there. I will jut sny this Iiowcut. We have had and nro rt having one of the old tune winters. 2S below zero was the coldPUBLIC SALE est wo have had one morning, only it never got n great way above rero I will sell nt my plnco .1 miles from during Janunry." Crab Orchard on the Jit. Vernon road bcjriniiinsj at 30 o'clock on: fHAPPELL'S GAP. Tuesday Feb. 27, 1912 Mr. Melvin Ilnrris nnd George The following property consisting Noakes of Uoston were at home with of two good milch cows, one giving their parents Jnt week. Mrs. Hell milk, one lresh first of April 35 or Dalton of Crab Orchaid. was the 10 barrels of corn, somo fodder and gaest of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hentz e hnyi 1 good wagon mid week. hnme, 1 01icr chilled plow good last K. D. Noakes continues piite Rev. as new, J cultivator, 1 corn drill, 1 ill. harrow, 15 bushels of nice Irish po Mr. J. II. Ilnrris wa the guest tatoes, 100 nice hens, half leghorn, of Mr. D. A. Singleton Thursday household and kitchen furniture nnd Mr. A. Noakes was tho guest other things too numerous to menof Mr. J. II. Harris Iat week. tion. Mr. Henry Young of Highland hns Terms made known on day of sale moved to the Manuel farm near here I. I'. Chandler Auctioneer. Mr. Charlie Harris of this place i G. A. Hayes, Gum Sulphur Ky. expected to bo the guest of Mr. nnd i.Mrs. I). A. Singleton of Hroughton- PUBLIC SALEI f. ar 1-1-two-hors- pood pnddle lioroo mul n have splendid brceditiK jack which I will sell or trmle for limit y work stool;. A. T, Trnjior 18. P. No. 4, Stanford For Sale Privately about no ucres of Iniul, pnrt of thu V. II. Trnjior plnec; contains two good Apply to Dan tcimnt houses. 10-tTrnylor. Poland Tor Snle. Uejiisteicd Chum hogs, cither sex, also some baled hay. N. J. Cone, MoToland. V. 1'. Kincnid bold n seven-yeold bay hore Monday to V. U.'llur- ton, of Lancaster for $180 Jones & Company bought n carload of butcher stock here londay from 1 cents to 4 4 cents. They shipped the stuff to tho Cincinnati market Tuesday. There were nbout 700 head on the market Monday and they ran nil the way up to a nickel for the best. I. C. D. Hockcr of Guilford, Mo., Says He Doesn't Want It Stopped S STANFORD, Excursion to Florida Tuesday, Feb. 20, 1912, trip tickets twenty-fiv- e dollars; sleeper accommodations down free. Our train leaves over L. & N. on Feb. 20, '12. We will run a special excursion from Stanford. Ky., to Arcadia, Fla., the county seat of D Soto County. Round When we Arrive at Arcadia, Fla. we will Offer You at VlJM v.'Tsr-r- v Public Auction to the highest bidder hundreds of acres of De Soto County's best land, in five, ten and twenty acre tracts, on easy payment. This land lays two miles West of Arcadia and adjoins fine orange and grape fruit groves, AND IS BELOW THE FROST LINE. You have never had an opportunty like this before and will probably never have again. DONT MISS IT. We will have special sleepers for our party. If you are going notify us bv Feb. 16th. so we can re serve berth for you. Our trip of Jan. 16, was a grand suc- - town. ii S 'at W! J ' JW, E. Friday March I, 1912. beginning at 10 o'clock. All of my personal property consisting of I good buggy mare, 0 years old, will " 3 V rw v wotk any.vhere, 1 good brood marc, i si I ,nv B three years old, in foal to jnek, fiafo to or drive, not afraid of any z tlinis;, 1 pony coming S years old 'ground. WVdnoodHy. Dear little liaiulti wc mill thorn so ,'entle for children, 1 pony trap nnd All through the day harness, good ns new, 1 buggy and AND Where cer wc go. narne&s, J sowj, ami pigs. All inv I All is dark within our dwolllng, household and kitchen furnitme. Lonely arc our hearts today. Rvincmhcr the place Preacbers For the ones we loved so dearly, ville, Kentucky. Ilnvo l'orecr" passed nwny, MRS. E. B. THORNTON. All through the night How lonely it seems, TicKets on salt February 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 aad 19 PUBLIC SALE For no littlo hands wake us out Good Eetnrclnrf oatll H&rck 2, 1912, with Privilege of Ixttnsloa of our dreams, I will offer for sale nt my home on STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS Weep not Ioed ones for our darthe Stanford pike ono mile from FOB FULL PARTICULARS, CALL CN ANY TICKET ACENT. OR WRITE lings, .Morelnnd on II. C KINO. W. A. BCCKLHR, That Ate have here no more, Saturday Feb. 24, 1912. Gen-rPassenger Azcnt, Pasxncv orj ncl.et 11 T. Main S'jcct. Lrvingtor. Ky. Phone 4 J. Ir.;al!a Cincinnati, O. it 10 A. .M. all of nij personal pro- i Or wo know we'll meet them. On that bright nnd shining shore, perty consisting of one good work G mule j ears old, one milch cow, one We had the littlo darlings once, They were our joy nnd pride. && & heifer, 1 buggy and harness. All & & & && Wo loved them perhaps too well, lmficnlinl.1 mul t'oMnitir. inv ....w...U fin-ni-f nr ....U ...,......., ..V ..........t. For soon thev sl?pt and died. tools A loving trend CIIACK HARRIS About 100 bushels of corn 1 stnek of oats one fly shuttle loom good ns See us beforo you sel', get price COLT FUTURITY new will rent plnco same day of sale. in countrv nr delivered. TKliMS. Made known on day of Announced By Catalogue Committee aic. ot K. P. Fair. Mrs. W. L. Dishon, Tho catalogue committee of the MOHKLAXD, KENTUCKY. Knights of Pythias fair, is announcA number of Northern churches ing n Colt Futurity ns onu of the PHONE 153. are now doing advertising in the most attractive features of the & newspapers. splendid program which will be given. Nominations for mares aro be- ft ing received now, and so much inPUBLIC SALE! terest is being taken in it by the I will offer sale nt my home near many breeders if good stuff in Lm- i y eiln nnd ndjoining counties, that it Mt. Salem on "C believed tho amount of the stake Saturday, Feb. 17 '12 rrarr.- 7 t AH of my personal property will go as high as .$100 nMAASVLVit' of 1 brood mure Mares must be nominated by with foal; 1 coining tilly March 15th when n payment of $1 1 horse, a good one, must be mudc. yfcri i lnged work horse, 1 On or before Juno 1st, n payment i cow, n good one, 1 yearling heifer, of $2 must be made, on ench mare, all ray household furniture and farm- un owner desires to keep cligiblo and UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER ing tools to numerous to mention. nt that time ench Maro's nnmo nnd STANFORD KENTUCKY. At tho fianio time 1 will offer fori color nnd the nnmo of tho horo to &&3-33Hsnlo my house with four acres of which sho was bred in 1911 mut ho Office Phone I67. & & Home Phone 35. hind near Mt. Salem, Ky. House u'tven. contains 0 rooms, good well of water On August loth tho week beforo nt door. tho fnir, the color nnd sex of tho Terms made known on day of foal must bo given nnd n fco of $2 sale. pnid. This is tho final fee, making A. B. AUSTIN, Mt. Salem, Ky. f. in nil. The money will bo divided into four prizes on a basis of 40 PUBLIC SALEI per cent to first; 25 per cent to second; 15 per cent to third nnd 10 I will offer for sale publicly be- per cent, to fourth. It is. planned to ginning at 10 o'clock on open n tnulo colt futurity upon the Saturday, Feb. 17, '12 snme basis, in view of the very high Near Milledgeville, Ky., nnd about 1 class h brid youngsters which nre milo north of Morelnnd, on J. .T. pjodnced in this section. Moser's place, tho fo'.iowing des cribed property: PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND lhrcc good mates, 3 milk cows, HO or 40 barrels of corn, some fodfor nil purposes. So if on want to AND EM. UNDERTAKERS der, buggy nnd harness, spring wa build a house, a burn, a chicken DEALgon and harness, 1 ALSO coop, a dog house or n fence, come BALMER8. wagon, m We have hero for the materials. plows, cultivators, and somo house MAT. ER IN FURNITURE, all sorts and sines in both roigh m hold nnd kitchen furniture. Many TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL and finished lumber and If we canCRAB ORCHARD, other things too numerous to menFURNITURE EXCHANGE not suit you in kind, quantity, qualtion. KENTUCKY. ity and price, nobodr can. ' FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. J. F. Vanhook, Moreland. Kentucky. QIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE J. A. ALLEN. Stanford,.. The Home of Hart, Schaffner Marx Clothes. f OOi&la$oi at I will offer for sale at my home Preiiehert-ull- I IN MEM0RIAM on: S NEWO ne The death auscl visited the home of Mr. Jlollie Merrill Monday Jan uary 20th and took away two love-- it ill, lit ll11'O ..t.t v,J. TIlM 1nili.A. .r.. nit t uittijitrav tt.io inree years oi age nnn me cuiesi was four. They only lived two days 'nftor they were taken ill. They were buried nt the Kpliiwuq burying ( cess. For further information write to MARDI GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES Walton Bros. Care Interior Journal Office. We Pay at 1 . a aa Highest Market Prices For All in is ot Pro- m A YOU SEEN THEM? o U j MOI AY & TUESDAY Purs. duce, Hides and H. B. Northcott. beautiful line of Men's and Ladies' Shoes in Tans and Blacks A glance at them will convince you that they are the finest things out. BRING YOURFEET TO US. FEB, 12 and 13. i We will have an expert Fitter, and 5 imer wicn a large assortment ol samples ior that Spring and'Summer suit you are goi ng tobuy. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. LL SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. J. C. McClary w . Cash for Accounts and Notes comes easily uud direct when you plnco tbeui with us for collection. We make collections nnd look after claims anywhere in tho United States uud Canada, nnd make no charge unless we collect. Hank reference. i- We guarantee quality and fit. Stanford, Ky. con-faioti- Correspondence Invited. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY. Hughes, Martin & Co. g four-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld rvi, Somerset. Kentucky. -i s K IT WONT BE A &.&& HAPPY NEW YEAR : Oliver - Plows: I from the cold and kept comfort able and warm during the next few wintry months. f the loved ones are not protected The best way to do this is to burn ' The Kind That Satisfies Perkins, J.L.Beazley & Co. BAUGHMAW'S COAL In your stoves and grates. Phone us to send you a load now. J. H. BAMAN & (o, Stanford.