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TWO KEQS OF WHISKEY UP SEIZED Officers AT NEGRO'S PLACE STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AT RIPE OLD AOE Wksdav, FKimi'Anv d. 20, 1911, DEMAND8 THAT "BLIND TIGERS" BE CLEANED jgerape were ihsmis-i- BLOOD HOUNDS FAIL TO RUN DOWN ROBBER. After George H. Mr. Mary Oronaugh la Taken From Mldtl of Her Loved Ones PASSES TO HER REWARD Judga Hardin Dallvara Vary Vigoroui Charga To Grand Jury Upon Convening of Fabruary Court. Olio chargea of tho atrongeat flgatnat tho Illicit aalo of wtylsky aver heard In a Lincoln county court houo w by Judge Onirics. A. delivered Jlanlln Moiulay innrulnir, In Instruct-In- g the grand jury at tho opening of lt the February term of tli Lincoln court. Judgo Hardin did not upon tho mlncv wiinls but Juror Hint the ' "blind tlKerii" muat lie put out of fouiilni-a- . Jlenliio MronK. ly lnlted that tlf grand, juror charge of rurrjlng rnti cealed dadly and dwelt Jit In nomo length iiikjii that offenac. closing ho devoted otno tlmo to' tho truat lawn, which ho, urged should bo clr-cu- Raid Andaraon Carr'a Rett. aurant And Find Two Barrett of Oooia Hidden In Oulhoua Mr. Mr. Mary M, llronatigh, widow of the latu iJr. George Ilrotiaugh, In Ills day ono of tho best known physicians of this county, died at the home of her son. Col. It. II. llronatigh at Crab Orchard, last 1'rlday, after a lingering lllnepM, Mr. Ilronaugh was In her 7ftth, jenr, .and for n number of )eara had mndu her home with her Hon at Crab Orchard, who la tho only of her family Using, a member daughter having passed away many years ago. Mrs. Ilronaugh was a member ol ono of tho best known uud most respected families In Lincoln county Hlie was lief oil! her iiiiirrbigo to l)r. llronnugh a Miss Munday und was a half sister of .Mr. Kllz.i HiirrK who HurMVc li(r, nt her home In tho count), northwest of town, nml .who has heelf been Ih feeblo honlth for a number of enrs. Mrs. llroiutigli had been a lifelong uud conslHlunl member of the Ilnptlst church, uud held her membership In the Stanford congregation, where.she mado .tar liotnu fur sotnu time. Attor short mtvIcos at the home tit Cruli (inlMird, by Mr. J. ('. AlcClurj the remain were brought to Stanford for Interment. In Buffalo Springs cemetery. Hev. J. II, Jones, pastor 6f the Huptlst church here, conducted brief ngnlccs ut the grave. A large cortege of friends and lol'ed ones followed the body of till good woman to Its last resting placu and paid Jhc last rites ot lose und respect to the mrmnrs of a Mother In Israel who ha gono to her raward. Moiiu MeRobert Diet Lingering Illness. Farrls' Store Burglarized There Imm been cousldcrublu "blind tiger" agitation In Klauford within liiiprid enforced. for this The Juries unpnnnclled term of court a follows Grand Jury W. II. llrady; fore, niaji. Win. Ilretit. A. C. Hllie, W. 11. Cummin. J .1". drtihh, John ltowen, C .A Hidd, Adlal UIhm. Henry Catron, (.' - Piles. Win. North, Jr., and II. V Martin. t Jury. J. T. Ituddorar, W. M. Jlyers. Jos. Their. Albert Sliimpflry, lid IVjton. J. C. l!u. Ham C'nsti-llo- . hank. H. M. Owen, Win. Htonc, J. fit. Mtinh). I'lato I'ulllp. II T. l'cnce. Sr.. John 21. Gooeh. J. M. Carter, M. II II J, Tanner. H. T. 3Iarrl. harrier Price, J. G. ltaugh, J. H. Mi.tiUy. Win. Inndgrnf, I). It Adam, W., It Gaines, P. ,M. Middlo-xoIJ'l-UJl-tn. X sooner had the deed been disTho ten year old son of Mr. IC t)un-aga- covered Saturday morning than Mr. n well known farmer, who re- Funis had Smith I5.niglinan telecourt. Hu)k Lincoln line, phone to Cnpt. V. G. Mulliknn, of sides near the wus istautly killed by being kicked Lexington, for his bloodhounds. They The docket this term la as follows: by a mule in his father's barn, last came quickly in an automobile. Old. Commonwealth week. No one ,saw the accident at Grimes llonzley driving over as far t Kentucky vi W 3 (.(ininiottuciiltli the time, but the youngster had been as Cninp Dick Hobiuson to bring J. l'Miiuluii. In the barn with some elders, and tlipm I. ere. 11 V n little nfler llin.. the Same vs same happening to look for him. they found! lo wm (m t)u( hCW)t A :i Sumo vs del .IoIiiimiii. him Ding near a stall dead. A cut und(loW(1 ilthelC(1 ; tmul , wacl, them J Sumo vs Jell Hiynnt.. . , bruise behind the ear showed only too,,,,t M'I ",ll 1W t) 5 Sniiie vs Anion Itrutii-di- . llini IUIIIMIMI IIIVIII tlT IUVJ plalnl the cause of his death. It I' bnme vs (jent Hazard. took the trail and Mattcil clown tllo thut his neck was groken creek townid ltowlaud. Pelmuii. 7 'nine vs We-l the hoof striking him where It did. The two hounds wete held in leash S Sttiiu- - v Will Lee The little fellow had no fear of the by Cnpt. Mullikun. who was able to vs. Coleman Traylor. II Sn-nhis animals, and hud often assisted follow the track of the lobber n- - he 10 Same s Felix Hoc. rather with tuem, liuxlng beeu Ukeii left the stoic, to a large extent. 11 Same vs (Seal Jarmiiu. Konth on unu trip, when hi father The trail led up Somerset street to 11! Same s Elbert Mooie. sold a load there. He was a very man-l- y the' creek, nnd then down the cttek. 13 Same vs Will Fender. little lad, nnd had many warm hack behind Mrs. Hardin's stable, 14 Same v Xnpicr Ma-o- n friends. Ills father nnd mother have across (he, Icncfee lot on the, hill, 1.1 Saine vi the heartfelt sympathy of a wide cir- nnd down to the crick 30 Siiiiic vs F. Sclmit-le- r. &!", Jlisi cle of friends In their great bereaveback of the house oC(itpietl by P. L. 17 Same s ltiihiird Johnson. ment. f too. Keynold-s- . Heck and family, the burglar crossed 18 Same the creek. It was said jthnt his 20 Same Vs Kirliiuil Johinoii. HOW COLD AFFECTS be plainly seen on the I rack could 'JO same vs Anion RruiuSli; THE KIDNEYS. Ice at the water's edge. He then 21 SlItlK' VH HIIIIIC. (larri-oi- i. 2 Satin' v Jam Avoid tnkingg cold if your kid- cai'ie tip a nnno'.r caw lane to Main Same vs Anton HtniiMi. 23 neys are sensitive. Cold congests street, crossed and made .toward the Satni' vs Tom TlicU. the kidneys, throws too much work lailroad up the lute this side of J. Col Kidd. 25 Sam,' upon then), and weakens their ac- H. I'owelJ's home. -- The trail led on Communweatth Appearances tion. Serious kidney trouble and across tho railroad to Mr. Powell's Kentucky vs 1 Commonwealth even Bright'a disease may result nw mill and shops. Here the ani 10 fur blench of. the pea,c,e, it bestart- Ilaymond KVrl. ing allege J. that with some compan- Strengthen your kidneys, get rid of mals seemed to lose out. They PAINT LICK. Sflme. vs It lit Tall. lm niln nml Knreness. build them UD ed off at first cross the field on to- Mi Taylor Woods, of ions lie had been shooting in the Minnie 3 Same vs Jnhn II. Rout. by the timely use, of Foley Kidney J ward,, the Lancaster pike, but dipt. Stanford, is the guest of her mint, I neighborhood and had "cussed out" Pills.Tonio in action, nuick in 4 Same vs .loliu Tatter. re? 'Mulliknn anid they were evidently off I Mr. A, Kielbasiu The cases against Mil.. 11. h. Wallace. Ithe trail there. Then he brought 5 hinnu! vs Newmuii I'atton. the other boys concerned in the suits. Shugars & Tanner. Hey. Miller Wayts, of Virginia, (i Sninu vs Ilolicrt Willis. .iiiem uiick in uie saw nun rhoji, nun spent a few days with Dr. uud Mr. " , to start them fresh again. 7 Same vs David Hicks. KcImiii Mays. -8 Snuu' vs Joint 'plnTikcnsIiiff Mr. and Jlrc Frank Higgins, of , ...... .... . 9 Same vs Huymoml Nod. . bt i ...,...,c. .!..,. ...X. ir f. "-i ' i ..-.- " Lincoln, visited houiefolks here last .' off straight dowa the Jitilioad track vs Taylor Lackey. 10 Sunie week, toward Rowland. When they reach 11 Same vk Jim Tali. Mirri I.ury Francis has u turned the ciosMiig in front of Mr. II. J. 12 Same vs Will linker alias Murray. from u visit to her bister,,Mrh. Snu. parM'- -' phice. they quit deud how13 Snm vs IjiihIq DoweUctr. ever, and would go no farther. It ley Hughes, of Luucusler. 14 Sunie vs Godfrey lllailkenship. Mr. Win. Saddler has iiuved to I was believed that the robber had 5 Same vs J. E. Poiiraan. Lowell and, has taken possession of either caught a freight train coming 1G Sumo vs W. J I. Holiinson. aaaaaaaaaaarfiBTalaarJaVSH''aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV recently purchased of the store up the hill at that point, or had n vs sunie' No. 2. 17 Snmo horse and buggy waiting there for John Fiendersoii Speed BaBaBaBaMBaBaaWBaMiBaBakaBBKL BfBaBaBaBaBaBaBaCBaaaH 18 Samo vs George Itoynolds. li him nnd so lost tho trail completely ...i ... mo uiiii'o utiii. iiu nail en in ii... u...ii.... f....... Saiuu vs Jtolirrt Hicks. ln ' for tho dogs. Itiildlehnrger and Miss lllizn .Mi. 20 Snnio vs Jim Jone. rathKiickei- Monday ut llyattsville The work of the hounds No. 3 HI Snnie vs W. II. Itoliiip-owith Mrs. John flrubbs who is serier a disappointment for it had been 22 Same s lloli llusett. hoped that they would unearth the ously ill. Ordinary Appearances. -- aaflaalaH. man who Is causing so many storer. Oiaiit Kiihy and family have gono s Anton 1. Julia home. keepers uiiensiiiess about town. Capt. to Illinois tu make their future '.' a , v vTrSaawliBBKL1 I. aaBaBaBaal v k tX'- aaBaBassKilV aR Mullikaii said that both dogs seem-,- 1 i. Muster Jewell und Fannie Wnlluco Heed s (. X. O & T. I. 2 Grover a little sick as a result of their aro convalescent after u fepell of RnilTdad Coniiiiiiy. ' long iuto ride and Inhaling tha fumea w hooping cough. 3 J. ('. Has vs W. I). Ho'.h etc. EvKX' iof gasoline, nnd it really seemed to 0. C. Jtticker, Conn Asher, C"v Murphy. 4 M. G. SIun1iy those who watched them that only 5 J, II. llooiii! Vh Muivaret Lynn. and liny Kstiidge have each , (oio dog was really working. u nice bicycle. vn. InU'tim-iiona- l' C TJio CouimoiiHealOi Miss Ida Hurt will begin n select Harvester Company. When her child is in danger a woKntlieriiip Wan en etc vs Mtty school ut Lowell, Monday March 4th 7 man will risk her life to protect it. Louis Guyn and wife, ure spending Vnrren etc. L.A"rVa"SaBwi(P No great net of heroism' or risk of '. 8 J. K. Cnttei- - vs NVIson Wilclier. tho winter months with their parcntR '. Tar; i; ..'!, i t nil life is necessary to protecf n child' 0 J. G. Carptnter vsllrngg Thomp. jhere, will return to their home in Give Chambeilain's-Coug'('nnrtdu the last oMho month. from croup. son etc, llemedy and all danger is McCotmack is teaching Ky. Mrs. Joo 10 Win. Murry vs tWllh of nvided. For sale by G. L. Penny. a class in embroidery 'ut Paint I.ick (Continued on Tblrd Page ) n, s There was a largu crowd In tho court' room Svhen Judge Hardin called tho Krand jury together to bo charged, nnd everone as Impressed with the vigor of his demand that condition shall bo cleaned up In till couim A number of Important criminal tuKi-- ur,. on tho docket for thla term of court. The grand Jury la expected to return nil Indictment nt once a a result of tho Wallln-lUsklkilling nt Crab Orchard, nnd n trial may be had at this term of s s e 2-- " 'I tho p.ist feiv weeks, but the climax of It all ciitno lato Uaturday utter-noo- n when Chief of Police II, L. Carter, nml Deputy Hhi1ff W. 8. Kmbry acting upon u warrant of hisirch Uaued by l'ollte Judgo nnd 'aelztiru J. N. .Mcnefcc, Jr., discovered tno kegs full of whlrky on tho premises of Aiidervuii Corr on Pcpot atreet. In Thefu were probnbl) tell gallon till In the kegs, but In opening tho might see Hint the officers what muh Inalde, Curr maikiged to knock u big hole In the vuil of one, uud much of tho boozo 'spilled out, while be nl"o managed to pour nut of tho bung liolo of tho otlUT before be wit Mopped lij tho officers Carr wuh soon nfterwruril hailed bo. fore Jutlgu Munofe. and stated that He he iliwlroil an Immwllote trlul. Hak'Ml for iennliwloii to eiigitgo a iBwjtr, Iiowcmt, which was readily gm riled. Ho ocurel Attorney K. H. him, who, after Alcorn to defuud diittultltig with his client asked for n poitpotiemont, which was granted until Thured.iy of this week. Judge Meliofee ndmltted Carr to bond ot M', which was fumlrhed by lr. It U li.tMson, A big crowd of citizen attended tho preliminary atcps In the Judge's It wan nolseil, about olflce, when that "'tho Koods" had been discovered at Carr' place on l)epvt St. Carr DYNAMITING AT ROWLAND Is known as olio Of the Very srairt- and slickest negroes In Stanford .. . .. .. . and while many have suspected, and Bill Ben Martin IS Un.lllle 10 Make Case Against Men Suspected. he ha in tho past been convicted ot nulling Illegally, there has been no Some body off Millie dyniunite recent ovldenee against him, and was h'ii iwr the Ji"ii-- e in ltoIuml owned mevi "un-rl-(by Ucnjllartin last week, and shat- ho was caught. their first tercd nearly nil of tlie windows in it. secured The officer deed was done in the clew against him. when It was learn- - iTlie ed that u trunk had been thrown off nifjllt lime, mid Utile effort was made i train nt Itowl.uid, from a Joint of nt t'le lime to iipprelieiul the some' whisky wiis'le.iklng. A uiiiritcr. A -- lioit time afterward, however, (inlet ln itlgatlon Is said' to h.ie re. Carr had the trunk Mr. Martin learned t lint four young coled that checked here from Winchester, ami men, Corminey, Smith, .lames and later sent to lion land for It. The! Adam1-- , with whom Mr. Muitins Uo Utu Sat- - tellilllt in Ml id to have had Some officer went to hi warrants, and ho trouble, hud bought u few Micks of urday with the etc fiolil a agreeably hueil them Oier his soft ' (lyiliiluite, Clip- -, fit.-edrink stand, where they wero unable store in Stanford. Mr. Murtiu Mvorc When their searcu'out n warrant and had them appear to find nothing. In the house was completed, the of- - botoie Judge Hnilev in the county afleriloon, who tlcir suggested that a loo'i ut thejeouit lu- -t Tliur-d.i- x might be worth while, and beard the telilnony and diMiii--c- d outhouse under omu piles of rubldsh In iiifhn cacs ngtiiii'.t lliein, n the house, they found ono keg, 'deiicH tiguiip.1 them was purely ctr- . . and found tho other bidden in the yoiiuj; men elaimeil In another outhouse. that thev had iKiiiitht dynumitu the similar manner Carr, at first claimed that be had here for the iiirpo-- u of blowing out lnegar In the kegs, and afterward onie pole cat hole-- , on Dix Itivcr, raid that he had had the whisky a nnd hud o Used it. No proof could long tlmo for his own mo, and ,,e h10wn Hint thev hud caused tho could prow that It was not for sale, distuibjtice nt the Martin place He told Judge Menefee ho wus per.ludce Uailey fined Uiee IJrowii, n fectly willing to be tried by him and Tiitnersillo negro, Ti and gave him did not desire a Jury. 10 days in j.til for carying a plstot Jt is 'understood thai ait .effort Ilruwii was caught in the will Im. nmdi to have Carr" case act of drawing a pin on another nebrought before the attention of the gro nnd Gteeley Lutes secured the grand Jury now In es.ilon. and lake wavranl against him. e .Ics-- r ('ummiiis, a oiing man of It cut of the Jurisdiction of tho Court. the ltioui:htintown section was fined k-- el T. -- .. e occH-lon- ed wo. noiiu.iy, j'eoroafy is, mi, ui- ter two month of serious Illness, tho l'011' t,le ll0St exciting thing in death of Mrs. Mollie Lackey McIlob- crts was announced. Hhu was ono ot the world is n man hunt, and the four children of Mr. nnd Mrs. of Stiuiford had u short ex- rlcl lackey, long since dead, nnd had llc.ricI,ec J Jlnt lMWml sporl 01l a large clrclu ot relations In this and hntunliiy when bloodhoumU ,.... . from ....... i.i.. .. Mis Parks u sister ot tho late Mr. l.cMii,'fou, tittetniitcd to tmil a burgItlchard Cobb, Hr. Her only bnither lar wliu had biokeu into George II. Hamuel Lackey, of Lexington and Funis' grocery &torc,soine time y in(, sister i.Mrs. Jennie Hays night, fetealing about l'J out of her to thn grave many years t lie cash register. ag.i. line sister Mrs. I'.llza Miller, of The hounds were unable to follow Itlrhmond survh'es. the trail to n successful conclusion Siuco tho death of her husband, uud the affair will undoubtedly proVe J. J. Mcltohcrt Jn May 1110. tho ono of the ferles of Insulvabio mjs- health of Mrs. Mcltobert has w'tcriotlS rubbivics with Whicll tllL-- lit- ,,.... ,,,,, It seemed that ..i., ... i.,,, Impaired crlously . ... vU for p:tst hctcrnl months. This, in llfo'a burdens wcro too heavy fact, I "her to boor alone. It useles for makes tho Ihird hurlni-of a bui the v.rlter to cngiillzc JMollle Mc. nes houe within the past six months .She has licd and died la our midst It has almost gotten to tho point w litre and all will join In saying she was the niiduisht niarauder-- i come nnd go u good woman, a loyal and faithful M will, for no clew has jet befcn member of the Christian church, found which inislit had to the iiriest participating In nil of Its service ot iiny one. and bearing a best tie' could her This is the second time that Mr. allure or It burdens A good friend Furris' place has been entered and and neighbor has gone and It will be- each time the hurjlnr seined to be place can be filled. long her the money, for lie pascd our daughter, MKs (after To the sorrowing many things ,,r value, groceries, hard Iiolly, all extend tenderest lovu and and the like. While many beeympjtli), In her burcavemem, lieve that some local man is doing knowing that there awaits Cicr u the work, the siiiiditluicss with which ubove. hupp) reunion In the .home the job is done, nml the unwillingness funeral services wxre conducted the robber to take anything which on Kast Main street if at the home iniht lend to his identification, Monday afternoon ifter which all shows thai he is an old hand at the that was mortal hf this good woman game and wise In tho ways of wickIn Buffalo rest wus laid to final edness. Springs cemetery, beside her 'life The entrance to Funis' fetore was long companion, who was waiting for effected by breaking a window- - Into her on the other fchore. the cellnr and coining up throusli a trap door into the main storeroom MULE KILLED BY The cash register uud the tills were Meets tapped and it seems tbat wine effort Young Son of K. Dunagan was made In open the safe, but this About Death While Playing Fii-ilnpro-ced- Friday Night and Stanford Sees Intcrestlnn Man Hnnl Remarkable Showing " 1 rl . T.' JV , ,, Ilfij,. !,.. .,...,. ..-- i The Danville Tobacco Warehouse Posts a Week's Extraordinary Averages and Challenges Any House in the ;l ; ! State to Either Equal Or ExcelTt . : : dn'-tardi- Hybrids In Barn. was not done. Think of Selling 2,235 Pounds of The "Weed" at an Average of $3130. Can You Beat It? 20,000 Pounds Averaged $22. Right Nifty Ain't It? Can You Equal It Anywhere? This Warehouse Prides Itself Upon its Ability to Handle Tobacco to The Very Best Advantage, Which Means Lots When The Buyers Face it. Auctioneer that is Excelled By None. r. i 01 ' ;L-- 1 ..., ,,,, .,,,. JS j t41 .... I'Uiii-titut- if Jf'-- l'o-lic- Last Number of Lyceum Course. muv -' ' ...y'w'o- ' js si SH rnXffaOtQRia93VHVftjS9Rffirarj!Hf! nti s S 1 aaaaaaaaaaHaHaBaaaaflaK'jaaLAalaaaaaaCaaH;:' aaPVI'aaaaaaaaaraaaalaHK B3aaaaWpB n Koti-jVc- aaBaKflaaaaaaHieaaaaVW. BBBaVtflaaaBBBBl .iaB4" -- WFI3 tiCCSTBll aaaaHKllWMaaNllVA' ' K! Mt-M- pui-cha- scd JalaKliS ii.' SlKaaBHHattaikaL ar' -- At Opera House Feb. 29. ?i i ?w"a'v iii' i 'i See Them. ''Watch Us Grow," is" the slogan the following 'crop, hnt the Danville Tobacco Warehouse 455 LBS AVERAGE $23.00 Coinpai.y hii- - chosen, and their Ilronaugh & Son, ioth is nio- -t splendid. This house sold the following of Lincoln county, crop: has jut closed one of the best weeks 980 LBS AVERAGE $20.00 businc- that it has ever enjoye.1. The havers who have sold over its Terrill & Iteid, of Lincoln county, breaks are more thnn pleased, they sold the following crop: are delighted ami why shouldn't they 2235 LBS AVERAGE $31.10 lie with the excessively high prices, T. P. flnines. of Lincoln county and the abnormal averages they have received. Here are Ihe figure-- ; to sold the following: 1715 LBS AVERAGE $19.90. hack up what they claim: 20.000 pounds last week sold at aigrund av- "A Modest .Jlan," of Lincoln counerage of $'.22.00 per hundred. Can , ty sold the following crop: you beat it? Aye, can you even equal 3735 LIS AVERAGED $1920 it? One crop containing siild, Coi an average of $31.30, and ( . v c, Lmr ()f Lini.ol colmlv soIi they challenge any houe in th0 state tll0 f0i(mijj t.ri,I): ; heat it. Oilier large crops sold) 2390 LBS AVERAGED $18.70 almost aa hlnh. The prices laat week have simply staggeied the sellers, j George Hnumnett, of, fiercer coun- Miiie only a tew 01 tno crops nro ty sow tuc loiiowing crop: shown heie, there the. just plenty of 930 LBS AVERAGED $19.00 I other wich sold a well. CUO- AUW-Tobacco Warehouse The Danville ' an A tli ik fOliiiiiiii M'ni l Coinpany has men of wide cxperienc, AVRAgn $2 M in handling tobacco nnd they phu-upon tho market to tno very ues, It g r Cfjun- of ndvantage, so that it challenge ty. sold the following crop: tho admiration of tho buyer when he 1725 LBS AVERAGED $24.25 . ' sees it. They havo an auctioneer who H. Powell,' of lio.xle county, sold hangs on nlso knows tobacco nnd he a basket until it brings what it U the following crop: 1025 LBS AVERAGED $24.85 worih. too. and thnt's something worth conslderlntr. They give you a county, 11. :1 I'vyjou. of square deal and treat you with-thsold the following ciop: utmost courtesy. 1765 LBS AVERAGED $20.00 points The Danville Wiirehoiu-of Jloylev.coanty "soli with just pride to the following PjkeVj ' " fh,.1 following ciop": ' I 'enlc lliglAv?ragesv: 625 LBS AVERAGED $19.50 . W. J. Hopiier, Casey county, aold 2,235-pounds s'" s . 1 ,J ' ' A e 4llf ;t ' 1 o - - J i &.. ..I'- -, 3W '...w STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL :f- - f t Mis Ida l.(;c Smith, of Richmond, STANFORD OPERA HOUSE Ind., who trimmed for Miss Relln HILTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher Arnold fur two reasons will be with Tkirs&y, Febrwry 22 her again tliiq spring. II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE .Miss Lucy Walker Doty has accepted a position as stenographer for Stater! at the reetoftlce at ONE NIGHT ONLY tin- - lnw firm of Colli) and CollitiF, m second cliu mall. in Richmond. She has jtit completThe Show That Never Grows Old ed a course, in Miss Davo Harrii' POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. llusiiness College in Danville. THE FAMOUS Jlr. l,oe Perkins formerly of this For Cemenwealth's Attorney. plncc died of tuberculosis at the Emmett Puryear, of Boyle, an- home of his father at Panntnn, Ky., A wife and little nounces his candidacy for common- age '27 yearf. daughter survive him. wealth's Attorney of the Thirteenth OF Mrs. Wm. R. Cook was hostess for Circuit Court District, subject to the $GOO, tho Bridge Club Thursday afternoon. action of the Democratic party. This splendid car, with the following complete equipment for The guests were refreshed by parf. o. b. Detroit. For County Judqe. taking of a delightful luncheon. Four Cylinders, 5 passenger; extension Top; Speedometer; Ford T. A. Rice announces his candih Mngneto built in the motor; 2 Gas Lamps; Generator; 3 01! Miss Pendleton, and Young Foley, dacy for County Judge of Lincoln in Lamps; Automatic Brass Windshield; Horns and Tools. Torpedo runsubject to the action of the both tf this county were united county, A Comedy Drama in 4 Acts marriage at the Baptist parsonage about or Commercial Roadster at $3.00. Xo car sold unequipped. democratic party. Rev. O. P. Bush officiating. M. F. North announces his candi- the Special Scenery. For Demonstration Call on Wm. R. Glover, Stanford, Kentucky. The Chnutauqiin Circlu met Satur dacy for County Judge of Lincoln Sing ing and Dancing county, subject to the action of the day afternoon at tho home of .Mrs. Han dtomeForedoors roomy Specialties. Fred P. Fris-bie-. details, strong, simple and Democratic party. minute in desired 11 who Mi Ada Rich, of this place backed with a record of five years' satisfacFor Jailer. A Big Fnn Night With Your at Richmond taking tion giving results in all parts of the world to more than Peyton Parrlsh announces his is inNormal school fell aoncourse icy the Old Friend", the 100,000 users. This beautiful motor car completely equip- candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln pavement nnd broke her right arm. "HI and TRIXIE," county, subject to the action of the ped for only $690 f. o. b. Detroit The Kids. The Woman's Club met Wednes Democratic party- Georoe DeBorde announces his day afternoon with Mrs. R. E. Rob Mr. F. M. Ware, off McKinney, candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun erts us lender. The subject for SOMERSET NOTES. demo Popular Prices 25c, 35c, 50c was "The Concord Group of " was n caller at this office yester- - ty subject to the action of the eratic partv. American Writers." (From Ed Walton's Times.) dny nua icft the prico of a year's Seats on sale at Shugars' Dink Farmer is a candidate for Mrs. Wm. Corruthers died at her Mrs. Godby, of Hustonville, is the subscription to the Times. Ho came Jailer of Lincoln county subject to home in Lawrenceburg nfter n short MrS J P s far ith his handsome Keif f h8r daUShter' the action of the Democratic party. illncs. The remains were brought tor, Miss'Mancio Ware, who was en Foley Kidney Pills will cure any to this county, her former home foT For Magistrate WiJhc Stage;, of Hustonville, was .. cw 0rlcans case of kidney or bladder trouble te to.ntticnd tbo here Thursday, having brought a J. T. Roberts announces his can bunal. Misses Margaret and Joan Mount not beyond the reach of medicine. uouple of horses down for Mr. Sam Mrti Gyns. Mr. Waro is tho mer- - didacy for Magistrate in the Stan cnani pnnce oi his nine civjr auu i ford district, subjeft to the action of left Monday for a vh-i- t to Mesdames No medicine can do more. Shugars UicJcs. Vhile her0 he the Democratic Party. " George and Jack McRoberts of Cov- & Tanner. Mr, r.IJ.Kaney, a popular travel- - n m5Shty clever man- , fa th ,; d Bogie in c ' Wm. Fields announces his candi ington and Mius Arabella log nan who lives at Stanford, was of hay at $20. a car-loa- d Mt. Sterling. Miss Bettie West is in TO THE VOTERS OF CAVCMfnl Ativa Inef in fhfl iitv dacy for Magistrate in the Stanford The dispatches say that Shelton district, subject to the action of the Washington City for a visit to Mrs. celling our merchants. LINCOLN COUNTY. M' Frankort J. Wesley AVest. Mrs. Joanna Ball Messrs W. C. G. Hobbs and Albert afeJ to Btto a responsiblen Democratic Party. is in Stanford with her daughter Mrs u In response to a resolution adopt J. D. Kails announces his candidacy Ernest Bohon Campbell. Misses ed at a mass convention, held by the tor Magistrate In the Stanford dis ens. of McKinney, attended the bun- 8 Editor trict, subject to the action ol ths Martha and Helen Gill are guests of temperance people of Lincoln county, al of thcxr relative, Mrs T. D. Ow- - g It. begt n Mrs. D. W. Bridges of Richmond. r .. at the court house in the city of , . party. ens Tnesday. E. Warrincr, of Kaohville, was with Stanford, on Monday'Fcbruary 12th Kentucky and wol5notVe Democratic Mr George D. Wcaren, represent- - up the interior Journal to accept a a 1912. Miss Lettic Mae McRoberts for Harry A. Schoberth, of Woodford few days. ing the Fisher Cariage Co., of Cin- - 6ent n tne gubernatorial chair. Mr. 1 desire to say that my position cinnati, was here Thursday and sold n, Rownn Saufley, who has been county, has announced his candidMis Seotta Petty is with her sisbug- acy for Congress against Campbell ter Mesdames Totten Brown nnd on the temjKrnnce question is well S. Tate a car-loa- d Mr. John of jjjj tnnt papcr some fifteen years, known to the people of Lincoln coungies. Mr. Wearen is one of Stan- - accepted Inst week the position as Cnntrill, in the primary to be held Thnrmnn in Illinois for a visit. Miss March Kith. He will have the back- Minnie Brown has returned from a ty. Ever since I was old enough to un citizens. ford's best secretary of the State Board of Equ- derstand the evil resulting from the Messrs. Manly and Lloyd Huey, alization. We are glad of tho recog-so- ing of some of the leading citizens visit ,to Miss Hanly in Nicholasville. use of intoxicating liquors I hnve of I?ev. O. M. Huey, of this nit;on given the latter Saufley, who of the old Ashland district in his Mr- -. W. L. Henry, of Lexington is been opposed to its snle, and hnve laudable efforts to retire the present with her daughter Mrs. Henry Simpcity, have purchased a st nns voted nnd worked for the never failed to vote against it on in the General Merchandise eratic party for years and who, by notorious congressman to private life son. Miss Lee Prather, of Richmond every occasion thnt I have had nn & Co., of the way, is a splendid gentleman. The forces which are behind Cantrill is store of J. W. Kennedy the guest of Miss Callie Adam9. opportunity nnd the more I see nnd were supporting Schoberth in his unCorinth, Ky., where they have been Charley Zanone who has just tak- hear of its evil effects the more I am engaged as salesman for the past TEACHERS TO MEET successful race for Speaker. It is en the Civil Service examination for opposed to the sale of it. eminently to the young Woodford two years. Both of these young men AT LAWRENCEBURG, a I am opposed to the open saloon. ns a mail weigher on the statesman's credit that he has had trains running between Stanford and are very popular in this city and I nm opposed to the bootleggers nnd their many friends will be glad to The Eighth Congressional District the manhood to break loose from Richmond. the blind ticer operators. If elected learn that they have embarked in Teachers' Association of which Supt. them and boldly array himself witb Mr. J. B. Conn, of this city was in to the office of county judge of business for themselves. J. W. Ireland is president, will meet4 those who are standing for decency Mrs. W. A. Coffey, of McKinney at Lawrenceburg Kentucky, March and better things in'politics and pub Louisville the past week attending Lincoln county I will do every thing and her father, D. S. Rhoton, of the 22 and 23. Some of the best speak- lio life. Here's heartiest good wishes the HardivaieseeDealers Association, within my power to enforce the local and also to bis daughter, Miss option law, to npprebend and punish Bourbon section of this county, were ers nnd foremost educators in the for an overwhelming victory, for you, Estelln Coun, who is Inking a course to the limit of the lnw those violnting callers at this office yesterday morn state are on the program and 'the Harry. as a trained nurse in one of the city it. nnd to dme from our county ing. Mrs. Coffey came down to visit meeting is one which all teachers and tl.o-hospitals. detestable creatures known as her parents and to help her father educators should attend. The local The world has rarely, if ever, Uncle Jon Jennings, colored, age bootleggers and blind tiger operators celebrate his 72 birthday yester- committee are working hard to make seen as complete a revolution in govYours truly, day. He is a remarkably well pre- a most interesting meeting and 'Law ernment effected in any country, SO years died after a general de M. P. NORTH cline oi year?, ot invaliding. He was served man nnd does not impress one renceburg people know how to do within the short space of timo that as beinp over 55 or 60. things. monarchy as been overturned in for a number of jcars the grave digthe YOUR China and the republic substituted. ger at the Lancaster cemetery. W. B. Burton shipied his 20th car have , been Wonderful reforms STOPS THAT ITCH brought to pass in the sleeping em- load of stock to the southern mar pire withing the past ten years. What ket last Monday. The consignment Tf tou are MinVrlng from Eczema. will the next ten seei Many stu- consisting of l."5 mules and 10 horses pBurlarts or any other kind of skin trouble, drop Into our sto;e for Indents believe that the awakening of that cost him an average of $185. stant relief. We will guarantee you W. B. Bui ton bought 5 4 to C year-ol- d to Astop thnt Itch In two seconds. the Chinese nation from its hiberlie trial bottle will prove It 3horses at Stanford court day at We have sold other remeillett for nation of centuries is tho last step skin troubles, but none that we could V. required in the predicted prepara- an average of $170 per head. recommend more highly than the welt known compound of Oil of Winter-greetion of the world for the second B. Burton bought 7 horses at LexThymol and a few other ington that cost from $150 to $2o0 that have wrought such woncoming of Christ. derful cures all over the country. B. Y. Hudson bought a pair of This compound, known as D. D. D. th mules from the Denny Bros, Prescription, will cool and heal else Former Postmaster Tom Walker, Itchy, burning skin as nothing Your. Business will be well cared for and we solicit regular bottle and see on can. Former Deputy Collector Charles H. for 400. Denny Bios., sold u 4- - our Get a offer. y Your Patronage. Berryman, and "Former Minister to year old mule to Captain T. A. Elkin. Shuaars and Tanner. Stanford. Kv. Peru Leslie Combs are organizing a for $125. W. S. Currier sold 10 calves to Roosevelt Club in Lexington. Sounds Noah Maree at $14.50 per head. like the roll call o the Has-Bee- n " bnmuel and Porter Rich bought 42 . Club. s head of cattlo from Mr. Cross, of Clinton connly last Monday at Stan Capital $10,000 ONE ON US. SwiImi ford court at about $4.75 per Stanford has just made an order for more concrete sidewalks for its James I. Hamilton bought 205 Main stret. Mt. Vernon has had acres of the T. B. Walker farm in the its Main street paved almost from laat Lancaster suburbs for (92.S0 end to end for two years past. Mt. an acre nnd Inter sold 111 acres of Vernon Signal. the snme tract for $95 an acre James I. now to cure a cold is a question theHamilton bought what is known ns Thomas Herring farm 5 miles in which many are interested jnst noith of here, from Noah Marsee new. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for $100 an acre. has won its great reputation and imHas a thorough underJames N. Denny sold his tobacco mense sale by its remarkable cure crop to Mr. standing of its customers Brandenburg, agent for of colds. It can always be dependa Richmond house for 8 2 cents needs, and has built up the ed upon. For sale by Q. L. Penny. Wood Burnido bought 4 tobacco business on the princicrops from East Garrard grower at ple of to customers, FALL AND WINTER STYLES. 10 tents per pound. ' always giving prompt atHamilton and House bought the tention to their smallest reMy new fall and winter samples (obacco crop of George Foibush for are now read, lor your Inspection. 10 cents per pound. D. P. Jones quest. They comprise the best on the market sold 4,200 pounds at tho Shelburne With its Capital and Sur m can suit anyone as to price wno had house Lexington nt $22.25 per hunplus of oveV 200,000 00 is bis domes mde Ut order. A suit dred. Rice nnd Bolton 3,500 pounds in a position to care for the to ready made clothes. To nave them at $22.00 Prewitt and Prewitt 2,100 ivants of the largest customade to measure doesn't coet any pounds at $18.25; N. T. Grow 3.800, more than ready made wftea quality pounds nt $17.75; J. R. Sparks 2.350 mers. made to your ineatut preferable pounds nt $17.00; Tarlton May Corner next to Court House and fH la considered. Com la and pouhdR nt $16.75; R. A. Casey, let me take your measure. 2,250 pounds nt $1C25; Grow nnd STANFORD, KY H. C. RUPLEY, THE Practical Taller Sparks 2,000 pounds at $10.00; and J. H. Pierce, 1,315 pounds at $10.00. Estsbllshtd 1172 Here's a Ford Model T Touring Car he Iiyierior Journal LANCASTER THE WORKING MAN The man WHO LABORS should be the BEST DRESSED man of all not for style but for COMFORT and SERVICE out of doors. He must have the BEST SHOES that man can make. Something like the WALKOVER. MFM ZIES or WITCH ELK. Everv LABORING MAMmcfon does WEAR OVERALLS. Of mm there are many makes and all prices but the HEAD LIGHT i th . Of all. They have a littfp mnro dnnAc in them and are a little neater made than any other. GLOVE- S- you all wear them regardless of weather, if you want a GOOD ONE, if you want the BEST ONE wear the "TUFNUT" at $1.00 and $1.50. We try to fnrnish the best A PAIR COUNTRY KIDS six-ne- AAAAI MI IFVVV up-to-the- I ht '.v ..o J ns h. j. McRoberts Stanford, Ky. two-thir- Demo-intere- f po-iti- on SOMETHING NEW A Wickless Coal Oil Stove. Call and see it. e HYou Have Money WE WANT IT WE HAVE IT DMttlST If You Need Money W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. n. fJ no-pa- First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky. THE OUR (25,000 Lincoln PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT business. County FAIL and WINTER MS National We consider the most important part of our Bank. Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ladies' and Gents' Family Goods now at Cost To Make Room. It is well stocked with the purest and freshest of Drugs and Chemicals that can be obtained, and is complete in every particular. 1-- Our customers may rest assured that any scription they bring to us will be accurately Or. Hess' Poultry and Steck Feed precom-pounde- d. SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky: Penny's 7)rug Store, Stanford, JCentucky, 2,-8- A. foft&lfeiktxu;-- - v - 'yprY " 1 ' t"40! - "H .. tf, -- . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TESTIMONY OF FIVE WOMEN fteve That Lydia E. Pink- - Min WOMAN WON Jy" 9VaLPaB Ladies' .Misfcionury Society of the Bnpliit ehureli will hnve u Wntliiiigtnii Social on Friday Fcbru- - Ber Health and Strength hain't Vegetable Com lack nry nt the home of Sir. 8. M. pound ft Reliable. Again fey The Use of Cardui. Snuflej from 7 Ml) to llMIIO. All nre in .Mr. Tnlo's enr to heir Reodynio, Ore. "I can truly recom- nfternoon Wanted to Kent. Small dwellVlm0 nn,i mend Lydia E. Plnkham's VejrcUble llnilieit Willed Ncturc nt'tlie Normal ing in St.infoid; with gnidcii etc. invited nnd urged joy n Hopinl ct citing. No admission school. Compound to all women who are pausing Tampa, Fla. In a letter from this Call nt 1. .1. office. will lie churned lint n mite-bo- x umnamn uic V.IIBIIKU Ol Lille. Bl IL miUlfl will Cloy, Mrs. K. C. Corum wrltas: "I was Thurmond I. Tudor went to Marme all weakened and worn out with wo well woman after bu eoiispicuniw nnd nil donations will manly troubles. My husband brought SUfferlncr throe vcr." tinsville. Ind., Inst week to take the G. W. Foley, distributinc nirent for mo some Cardui as a tonic, and, from Mr. MARY UOOART. linths for Ins rliriimiitmn, from dm American Ililile Society, of New lie thankfully received. the first day, it seemed to help. Reedvllle, Oregon. which lie hns been suffering for somo lurk, id in btunford selling the Uood I had almost lost my reason, but, Spring Sample. They lire clnim-- rl New Orleani, La. tune. did not. Soon, Ilool: nt cost, to anyone who desires 'When tlMiinir thronirh to l,c (he nicest nnd licit line thanks to Cardui, I a new woman. I Yena-crI felt and looked like Alius Nancy Is nt home it. lie hns them nt nil iirk't." from the Change of Life I was they hne eery sent out, and I think think the remedy is wonderful. I irouDiea with hot nuhri. from Science. Hill Seminary, havln two cl,IlU ,,iccc ,,, recommend It to my friends, for I have . all illlll hei! t hem. II. P. Him. weak and dizzy spellt and neon under the ncnther for soveral received great benefit from It." ley, The Tailor. backache. I wu not fit for dnys Cardui acts specifically on the weakWhat would you do without ngood anything until I took Lv- ened womanly organs, strengthening II. Ttownn Hauflcy was over from horsef Keen him drv and warm with Idla E. Pinkham'f Vers. the muscles and nerves, and building A Koo.ecIt Chili with (100 memtable Compound which Trankfort to spend Saturday nnd a good blanket. 1 have them, j. up ber has been organized by Don ('. themhelps totohealth. the worn-ou- t proved worth IU weight Hunday with hU family. Ho return- - Mc Clary. refresh It In gold to me. as- Hdnnrds nnd his friends in Laurel system and relieves the effects of ton Blondkau, 1541 Po- - ed Monday morning, overwork, both mental and physical. county. ease-noth- ing lymma si., New urieant. Fifty years' successful use fully Mr. and Mrs. W. Ingle, Clmtta- - I What is there funnier thnn n good prove the merit of this purely vegeMIhawaka.Ind.-- " Wo noogu, Tenn., nn attractive young oid homespun piny and to lovers of you-t- he The Lndies Aid Society of the table, tonic remedy for women. men passing through the Change of Life can take bride and groom, were hor Hatur- - this class of stage fun we advise to CliriMi.111 chin eh will meet with Mr- -. In every community, there live soma nothing better than Lydia day, the giiesta of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mow- - nee "A Pair of Country Kids" at W. P. Giimes by Cardui. Friday afternoon at who have been benefited of this tlms E. Ilnkham'a Vegetable The beneficial effects man Owens, of McKlnncy. the Opera Uouso Thursday night. two o'clock. Compound. I am tested woman a remedy, soon show will acMr. nnd Mr. John 0, Rcid hnc I themselves in many different wars. friends because of what it hu returned from fitUKvillc, where Mr. ' "A Pair of Country Kids" with n Try it. Go to the opera house next Thursnow lime, done for me. CilAS. Held him l.een under treatment for first class company of nrtists will day night nnd se that lively country K. B. Write to: U4li' Advisory tVpi.. Osttt. BAUER, 623 E. Marion St., time for an affection of the, kid. make tilings lively nt tho opera piny "A pn'r of Country Kids" You Mil M4kln Co.. Chiltinooti. Tnn.. far SpteiaX wimu Mishawaka, Ind. furrurfionr, and bock. "Mom TrriUomt Ho is much improved, his house Thursday night and to nil lov. will surely get your money's worth. tar Wonn," mm in plain wrartwr on rtauwt. neye. Alton SUtion.Kv.-"F- or months I suffered from many friends will he glad to know, era of real fun this will be an en- troubles in consequence of nnd will soon go on tho road again gngement well The. Indiei of the HnpMst church not to overlook. In COURT DOCKET. my aire and thought I addition to the play there will be ten will hnve n St. Patrick's Dny could not live. Lydia E. for the liuick Auto Co. Stanford, Ky. Pinkham'a Vegetable (Continued From First Page) at the post office on Mnrch Dr. W. H. O'Hnnnon left Saturday specialties nnd musical numbers. The Compound made me well engagement is for one night only. lClh, to which all their friends nre 11 U. (J. Gover vs Bettie Williams Capita! $50,000. and I want other suffering for Anderson, Ind., to nttend J. W, Undivided Profit $4,098.94 invilcd. women to know about it Porrin, who i very ill there of dropsy iJ retleitil ( hemiciil IV i. i J. H M. C. Xewlnnd, who hns been takDeposits $75,481.90. Mr. Em ma Bailey, Alton and limit iIithm. Mr. Perrin went l'liiilom. Station. Ky. Mr. I.j nn, who in surveying State Delsem, No. Dak. " I waa passing to Andcrtoii from Stanford about ing a course Lexington, hnsntreturn- - away on the road, has left has gone 13 B. W MeOuffey, ndmr vs L. D. W. L, McCarty Pres. M. B. Salin, Cashier. the vac- lfurney. through Change of Life and felt very four yean- - ago and his many local University in cinating of cattle In the hands of CH" to ,lis bad. I could not sleep and waa very friends will regret to leam of his nom8 n this county and is 14 Snme vs nnie. nervous. Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable prepared to do all practical survey- - irfiuia I.jnn, his servant. If wanted. erious condition. 2 Minnie Weaver vs Willis Weaver 1" J. A. liobiuson vs L. & N, 52 Stanford College vs Co. Board (impound restored me to perfect health S0,,.eI nd.dre.S8 him- - RurnI call at John O. Iynn'B meat shop, Kniltoad Company. C. Hnvs 1'oi.ter was in Frankfort in and I would not be without it." Mrs. 3 Lena Jones vs James Jones. of Education etc. and I will come at once. Lours - x O'niord, or phone, Crab F. M Thorn, Deisem, No. Dak. u'e last week. Mr. Foster has been en- 4 II. H. Wades, brs. vs II. H. Ordinary Old 53 Jennie Carpenter vs Dovic CarUnn. 13-81 Arthur IJogue doricd by n number of prominent Orchard. admr vs C. N. O. Wades hrs. penter. SOCIAL and PERSONAL & T. 1 Lincoln democrats for a place as 5 Mary Bailey vs Chas. Bailey. Itv. Co. Ilejirevtntatlve 54 J. I. Cnse Threshing Machine G Fannie Burchell vs '2 Annie Oover vs J. F. Gover state bank cxnmincr, under the law For Sale. 100,000 2 foot boards who has lwen In Will H. Shanks, Jack Burch-el- l. Co. vs A. B. Bastin. Columbus, Ga., for Mr. J. l Kubanka visited rela- just ennrted by the legislature. Th0 for sale nt our yards at Crab Orch-nr- .l 3 Glii'.s & Johnson vs J. G. Watts. several weeks, returnd 55 Central Ky. Carriage Co. vs W, All kinds of lumber, and build-i- n the jwsL nppointments nre to be made by the 4 A. Ilorton vs J. U. Hertzog. 7 Alfred Pence etc. vs JIary S. tives in Garrard Saturday. P. Kineaid. material. Duke and 'Collier 13-- 8 home Saturday night, and on MonKnnking Commissioner, who will be 3 II. Kout's admr vs Wm. Warren. .MnMcr Will Thompson, of Mt. Vcr. day morning went to Frankfort to 5G Roy Stuart vs W. L. JIullins. I 8 Francis 51. Long vs Sarah 51. I'on, spent nexcTnl dnys last week named by the governor. serve the remainder of the legisla- Morcland. 57 J. I. Case Threshing Machine of tive session. tl Iliclinril Foley vs Ira Logan. Long. News comes from Live Oak Flori - ' A" I10"9 ow'"B with Mr. I R. Hughe.' Practically all of the Co. vs C. A. 5Ioore etc. please pay me Important bills 7 R I. Holtzclaw vs Wra Cordier. 9 S. 51. Owens T vs Trustee of Mrs. J. S. Hice left Monday for n da, that J. J. Long, formerly of Stnn. "' s' have been introduc)8 Lincoln County Fiscal Court vs 8 Eil Sweeney vs L. & N. Ry Co. Graded School of ilcKinncy. S claims ed and been pasted In one who was badly injured in a " .e unu. " I Fhort visit to her mother, Mr. Gnr-ne- ford, house or Hustonville & Coffey's Mill Turnpike lno C8aie oi said Larpen- - the other, 9 I). C. Gritfin vs J. L. Anderson. iO W. P. Buchanan etc. vs Alice railroad wreck on December Itli hns but Mr. Shanks at Cave City. get Co. etc. ler wul Prescnl 8nme proiery prov- - lack in time to vote on most willthem. 10 Susie Englenian vs U. Bretb- - Land etc. umc his run ns pnsaboutshrdlushrd of 5IU Mnmie Ramsey end niece, 59 Ben Faulkner vs J. C. Cummins " ,0 "lc ..n or Delorc Mnrcn l6t During his absence In 11 Esther T. Brackett vs J. T. nbout recovered the south, iTii of Friendship. Arnol.1, ittfil ut Paint Lick last sume his run ns nnd is able to re- - an i j. aopuin u. Larpcnter, txtrx of Representative GO L. R. Hughes vs Myrtle John 1 II. B. Boon vs Ed Scott etc. Brnekett. passenger conductor John M. Karra, of week. D. S. Carpenter. son. 12 V. C. Shanks vs Citv of Stnn. 12 Louisville Tin & Stove Co. vs on the road between Live Oak mid Carrard, has made It a point to Aan Lcttie Helm has returned Perry. Gl E. T. Beazley vs James Burton Giirlnnd Singleton. watch out for Lincoln's Interest In ford. from n to friends in Vciailles Pnrti" wanting rooms nnd offices the lower house, according to 13 Crab .Orchard Banking Co., vs 13 J. Y. Robinson etc. vs Wm. etc. Mr. J. D. Kadi, of this city, was those nnd Frankfort. 02 5fary Blakely vs Dolly Blakely. call nt State Bank & Trust Co. Sec who have been Lackey etc to Kronkfort, and a. c. Uunii etc. one of the federal jurors nt London, 03 Julia Alice 11-- tf their nice rooms. Owsley vs Wm. Miss Mary Bruce delightfully 14 A. A. Yocum vs Tom Gooch. 14 Snllie Stewart vs Jack Stewart his many friends here will be glad who discharged the railroad conOwsley. the Chniitauquu Circle at tractors upon tho charge of peonage 1j 0. L. Richards vs Rice Benge to know that he Is more than "mak15 Lou. Thurmond vs James ThurG4 L. Johnson vs C. C. Carroll her home Inn week. Here's a great ofrer that was nev- ing good" In his work. l(i Jnmes-- McCorniack vs C. J. Sip-pi- e mond. o brought against them by several G5 Daisy Huffman hrs vs Daisy Morrison Bright was in Lexington er equalled befoTe: The daily Courier-Jo10 Lnln 5fclnincli vs L. 51. Bell etc. employes at their camp nt Huffman hrs. I.Tt week, the confer Steams. Mr. Ends returned home urnal (Sunday excepted) and .Jim Shelby and K. It. Sweeney, 17 Same vs Snme ttc. GG Wm. Landgraf vs Elizabeth the I. J. both one year for $4. Send popular wholesale where he will Inst week. nl Stite Univcrt-it18 J. G.'Irvin 17 Ballard & Ballard vs J. F. grocerymen s Bettie Bromliln of 5Ielvin etc. probably limtrieulnte next fall, utter subscription in quick to the I. Junction City. we"ie here Saturday 1!) J. R. Uptliegrove vs C. N. & Gover etc. Mr. W. .1. Spark's was at his office jour 0. G7 Snniuel Alcorn vs Ben Harden. graduating from the high school here in Mt. Vernon J. office for this offer is good only mixing with the rade and shaking T. P. Ry Co. n few dnys since for Equity Docket Old 08 Nat. Bank Hustonville vs L. C. during January and Fcbrunry.. tf Mift Sum Dunn is here from a handn with their many friends. 20 Wm. Giitmnn vs L. & N. Ry Co. ti" homsj. He said his dnusrhtcr Dunn etc 1 J. W. James vs A. S. Farris. Pittchurg, Pn., where idle i teach- Miss Bess, who 21 W. O. Walker vs L. & X. Ry Co recently underwent G9 Joe Givens hrs vs Joe Givens' 2 51. V. Sigler vs J. D. Buchanan. ing in the school for the deaf, for a FOR SALE OR RENT. 22 D. C. Burchfield vs Jas. NOTICE! a rather serious operation was im3 J. T. Leavell vs Allie Powell etc. hrs. couple of week's vacation. Aii parties indebted to the firm of proving rapidly nnd that he and his We offer for sale or rent the Mc- 70 P. A. Curtis vs H. II., Padgett. 4 Jfnlinda Hays vs John Grey. Mifs Anna D. Mcltobcrts was the family would return to 23 II. H. Logan vs Ky. Growers their home in Kinney Woolen Mills nt McKinncy, Coffey & Coleman, nre hereby noti71 Julia Moherly vs Geo. Mobcrly. 5 J. II. Coidier vs Win. Martin. guest of her cousin, Miss Mt. Vernon in about attractive fied that their account have been Ins. Co. threo weeks or Ky. This mill is fully equipped to 72 Edward Alcorn vs Evelyn Arm 0 II. J. 5IcRoberts vs J. S Jackson Lettio Mao McRobcrtH, of Lancas- j. month. Mt. Vernon Signal. 24 Kniger & Son vs Lincoln Co. manufacture yarn, jeans, blankets, turned over to mc for collection. Any 7 W. L. Wcllcr vs J. B. Carpenter. strong. ter Saturday. Among tho who camo down from 23 E. Ackoimnn vs C. N. O. & T. Linscy nnd other goods nnd is well parties owing the above firm will Mrs. W. A. Tribblo and daughter, Crab Orchard to 73 51. G. Murphy vs King's 5Ioun- 8 G. W. Singleton vs II. II. Logan. attend the funeral of I Ry. . . send i.l iippiy- .10 iv. r xnnner. please request-- cheek toC. H. Coleman V. 26 S. Co. Owsley Mi-- c u. D Martin Alcorn vs Kate Givens. tain Telephone Co .loiothy Tiibblt i"" nmi. ent seve'.il Mm. Mary llronaugh, were Col , j, who E. vs L. & X. Ry Co. tlint each nnd cv- -' -n 4 A. G. Faulkner vs Dave Burton. 10 Clais Rcid vs Annie Dayton &c (das In Richmond the guests of V. II. llronaugh, Mr. nnd Mrs. George iucmnncy, iy. 27 J. X. Saunders vs Jas. Green. ery one indebted to tho firm will II. Heck. 75 John Petrey vs George Petrcy. 11 N. H. Hays vs. Gale Brackett. llronaugh. Dr. J. M. llronaugh and 28 Annie BInkemore vs F. F. Bob- promptly remit ns 70 5IcKinney Depo-.i- t Bank vs J, Bright Inter, Mli!t Catherine, llronaugh, of For Sale. Pure Bred Mammoth business must hepromptly up. their bitt. Mr. and .fi 12 T. J. Ballard vs W. J. Walker. C. settled nnd children left Saturday for their Lexington, Mlns Annlo llronaugh, who Hronzc turkeys. 13 J.5I. Phillips vs Joe Uptliegrove B. Walls. Mrs. C. C. Lyon, R. Coleman, Asrent. 14-20 J. 51. Hincs vs 51. 51. Ingram. ll-2- t. 77 Carter Dry Goods Co., vs J. 14 T. O. Lovelainl vs F. 51. Ware. new home i.i I. is Angclc-- , California, has been quite III of typhoid fever, Hustonville. 30 W. E. Good vs C. X. O. & T. 15 51. V. Siglcr vs Win Cole etc. .i -- 1 Their many liunds regret to gno but Is about herself ngaln, Mr. and ' I. Ry Co. 78 W. L. Fnin vs Emma Fain 10 Fnunio Hutchson vs Ruth Jones them up, but rish for them every Mrs. J. C. llalley, Mrs. J. K. Holdam, We nre prepared to instnll hot 31 Tucnrora Fert Co. vs J. W. K,, 79 Modern Brotherhood of Amari'" 17 Fanners' Home Insurance Co. Micro's and happiness in the Golden Col. James Guest, Robert Collier and water and hot nir heating, plumbing Accy 81-t- f. enc., Conn Uros., Lnncnster, ca vs J. F. Gmhhs West. others. 32 Bnitin Telephone Co. vs Cum- vs. E. L. Bailev. 18 J. R. Ediniston vs S. 51. Holmes 80 Effie Gatliff vs Edward Gatliff berland Tel. Co. vie. ' 19 Annie Lnndy vs Riffo & Jones. W. S. Fish represents only the SI Amanda J. Doan ndmr vs r,. s i .1 mmmiSSM l 33 Lincoln County Xat. Bank vs 20 J. 51 Phillips vs Wra. Lackey. Doan etc oesi ana strongest insurance comEureka Portrait Co. 21 Susie Napier vs Headley Napier 82 Catherine Hodgo vs Frank panies. Let him keep you protected. 34 Lucindn Adams vs G. M. 22 U. S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co. linage. Adams etc 83 51. C. Delk admr v a vs W. J. Edmiston. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured v 35 Same vs Same. I Recommend It Wherever with LOCAL AITL1CATIONH. u lory rannct rrao 23 D. 51. 1.ipps hrs 'vs D. 51. Lipps' Estes eto. 30 Snme vs Same. Ult rat ol the dlaraar. Cfetarrh ta a blrm.1 n. mn., l heirs. tutJonal diaraar. and In order to cure U )ou muit uke SI Mils Logan vs John Vn non. lAm." 37 Dolly Blakely vs Grand Lodge irunjn liana upon the lire it taarn Kl ivtarrn 85 W. M. Mnssey vs Horaca FIovl 24 W. T. Adams vs J. T. Wells. terrallr. and aru dlrrctlr bioud and niuroua tunaoa. llalli CaUrrh Cure la not a quark mediMrs. John Knights of Pythias. 25 5IeClfclland vs Berry Howard. eto cine. It waa prrarnbrd by one ol the brat ph)ilrlana 18 Hall Anderson vs J. L. Carpen I In thla country lor yeara and la a recular prrarruitiun. M. Stabler, For any stiffness or lameness MOT 2fi F. P. Bishop vs Josiah Bishop. 8G Thos. Smith vs Nanoy II M ronpoard ol the beat tonira known, roaitiinea Smith Millers burg, ter etc. Sloan's Liniment gives relief at with the brat Mood puMBrra. artlns dlrrrlly on the 27 J. F. Hnzlewood vs W. N. Lane. 87 Mary Ferrill vs E. M. Ferrill. nuroua lurlarea. The prrlrrt combination ol tne Ind., writes: 39 Jacob Johnson vs C. N. O. & T. once. It act like massage two Inxrrdlrnu la what produrra aurh wonderrul ro 28 Jennie G. Lane vs J. F. Hazle- 88 Joo Adams vs Cora Adams. ulu In curing catarrh, tiend for teatimonuia. Ire. "I have P. Ry Co.. quickens the blood and limbers J. CHE.VEV CO . rropa.. Toledo, a wood. 89 Citizens Bank Brnll.on,i ,. t been cured of Sold by DnuTiUta, prlre 7Sc. up lame muscles and joints. 40 J. W. Gooch By etc. vs C. X. O. Take UaU'a tamur Miia tor comtlpatloa. 29 Stato Bank & Trust Co. vs Dud- - HJDickey etc. '1 a very bad S T. P.'Rv. Co ssmV-A- . When applied immediately afcase of caley Reid. 00 Citizens Bank of Nenton vs .T. ter violent exercise it prevents 41 J. L. Edwards etc. vs T. B. Ed- - l tarrh of the j, 30 W. D. Ramsey vs II. II. Logan. W. Hutcheson. Someone in Ilombny India, sent BSSSSKt.vSAfA'hv.. s itiflncis. stomach and wards etc. 31 W. the I. J., a copy of the Times of tho aMsSfsSSSsiati constipation, 42 Lennnl Krntz vs F. 51. Ware. 32 B. Rrynn vs Elwood Totten. 91 City of Stanford vs II. D. gtcat Uindooilnn city. As our Here's Proof and a compli 13 L. G. Gooeh & Son vs Hundley ssMsr! cation of ail 33 Willow Springs Dist Co vs 21. is morn nr Ipsa limited in LaSsssM: 92 Sarah Hodgo vs Viigil Hodgo "I -- s n rr -i r, r sssnHStsliSY-?L. Good etc. Hlffnrn. I hae boughrtwo tatments that I Dilion. 93 5Inrgaret that pint of the globe, wo would like Gormelv's hVa va 4 1 I.uey Spears vs L. & X. Ry Co. tles of it and it is the best I ecr bavo bad for to know jus) which one of our sub- J4 Moses Stuart hrs vs 5Ioses 5Iargaret Gormeley's hrs. aw." 45 J. R. Russell cct. vs F. Sehnitz- aoveral years. frcrilicrs there is responsible for tho aaSSSSSSSawaSTaKvwnln Stuart hrs.. 94 Kansas City Hay Press Co., vs' Mrs.MARY CURRY. Milltown.Oa. Sraawa? I doctored ler etc. BSSSBSSSSk KiBawM 35 5Iattio Yocum vs C. C. Smith. Telford Messer. courtesy. Anywiiy, 'tho paper is a aTaTaTaYaTaaTSavJSK " I l.ad a we pain bttwee n r y shoulders, and noticing your ad. BBBBBBBBBS'W''''S-Sslwith three JO Sid Perkins vs L. & X. Ry Co. 3G Sallie D. 5Ioreland vs William vtttutmtnt In the men cars I got a bottle which quickly relieved me." peculiar one compared to our modern 95 Crab Orchard Banking Co., vs doctors, who 47 Oliver Typewriter Co vs C. Morcliunl. R. D. VUKCOYNi:, Maysville. Ky. Ainerienn newspapers. It is on ex- aaaBBBBBpPv-'Bell V. Dunn. did me not G. Coker. vjaw 37 J. R. Cook eto vs E.J. Joslin etc hibit joji nt the I. J. office. 00 Ernest Gibson vs Malissa Gib much good, IS B. D Hostzclaw vs 0. W. Luns- ao I quit doc 3S G. W. Shelton vs Geo. Hopkins. son foid etc. toring. 39 Eramett Wilkinson vs Bettio Constipation is the cause of many 07 Emma Cmiso vs Wm. Cniiso. 4T ati(li4 m 49 W. E. Keeton vs Wilson Alex ilkinson. OS A. Russell vs ailments nnd disorders that make John m. StaMer. bo,, 0, Pe. Mr. J. II. Pruitt. 40 Geo. Burton eto vs Jim Burton. life miserable. Take Cbafberlata's rnna and commenced taking it. I found ander etc. vv Dannie Singleton vs J. Mat 50 S. vs W. P. Logan 41 Thos Johnson vs F. Dishon. Stomach and Liver Tablets, keep I was getting some better, but thought Singleton. 51 John Sehullon vs W. B. Rambo 42 Sallie Adams vs Geo. Adams. your bowels regular and you will I was not doing as well as I might. So 100 First Nntionul Bank of Sinn. 52 Liquid Carbonio Co,, vs Walter 43 James Foster vs Susieavoid these diseases. For sale by I wroto Tho Peruna Medical DepartFoster. ford vs O. G. Speake. ment, to c what they thought about GOimIiUhII. 44 OarrScott Co. vs W. R. Dillion Q. L. Penny, iOl John Johnson vs P. L. Elara. mo. They gave me special directions 53 W. B. Denney vs L. & X. RyCo 45 5Iinnio Curd vs Mary Bronaugh 102 Antono Mueller vs A. Kilbassn and medical advice. To our astonish51 If. L. Pipes vs Gilbert Miller 40 51. P. Peacock vs Cora Russell. etc. is an excellent antiseptic remedy for sore throat, cuts and bruises, ment I Improved and am y Very a well etc. 47 5Iary Grant vs Aaron Grant. penetrating need j no rubbing. Sold by all dealris. FIRE 103 Wm. Bright trustee vs T?nt,i woman and weigh as much aa I ever 55 Bank of Moreland vs J. n. 48 Jno Jnckson vs Richard Wilson Kelley Bnllou. Prlem 23c, SOc, and SI.OO, amd SURETY BONDS did in my life. 49 Annie Stoner vs Rout Stoner. Sloan' bock on Horace, Cattle, Urge ind Poultry tent free, Addrcu "I tell my friends that Feruna saved Purdom etc 10 A. T. Nuimellev admr va V- -. R.U.WKWLAXD my life. I reeommend it wherever I 50 Jane Ferrill. M.EAM. . SUAN. BOSTON. MASS. am,'and when any of our folks are sick, Equity Appearance Feb. term 1912 STANFORD, KY. 51 G. W. Carter etc vs Lincoln Co. 105 W. A. Pettus vs L. A. Pettus. I give them Feraiis with success." 1 Jotepb Payne vs Lucy Payne. Fiscal Court. 100 0erton Adams vs J. T. Wells. Tlie 3t nn nml Jennie I'cpple. COMING, COMING, COMING, PoHtmnster John lllntn n down JUNIOR IROS BIG CIRCUS. from ItuMonvlltr, to nee the opening of circuit court on Monday. .$1,500 of $1,G00 to lonn with good C. K. Tnte, J, W. Ireland nnd J. W. security, inquire nt I. J. Offico 13-Cummins drove to Richmond l'ridny Kiln Thompson, of Dnnville, been the guest of MUxcs Mntnlo SHORT LOCALS. Money. first-claw I lmc $2,000 to lonn on 2 ONE J. eolliiicml or real II. Pnxtun Stanford, Ky. ctntc. HOW !hey saved their money I c. PydontyoLFli , Start a bank account to day 14-2- p. a ner-To- ut rs. ft count and provide against that its enjoyment certain. old age shall overtake you it will be nice to spend your time like these old folks, in comfort and to worry reward ofJa careful and saving life. Old age surely come. Start a bank make When -- 1 STATE BANK & TRUST CO., ge EBm v-- I Jt-K- x- es'e tt, "'""" -- 1 vi-.- nc-sr- inve-tisnt- Hol-ma- n. . i-- 2. J3! Relieved fv -- Stiff Necfe PERUNA SAVED MY LIFE. t" -- " t ;a J ' -- I ' 5 BSSSSsfKAI i IW .N n SLOANS LINIMENT ..- -'i - INSURANCE to-da- r r rv ";-- - t.-r- - -., .A'' y I YOU WILL 1 ,$ HCW SUII. -- THE STANFSPJS INTERIOR JSUWNAL' STANftRp. KENTUCKY &&& 0 Q THE FARMERS J, O. EADS FOR MAGISTRATE m HAVE A FIT I & 3 new suit. .... ..: and it will not be a crazy fit tf o vou will let us measure you for a We will guarantee that your ril1 $ ,g ideas. 5 according to your own original S vnn - everv " in not then you 0 S detail and if re under no obligations. m mnn new natterns to select 0 o from and we will have them made jr, it does nlastc Popular and Progf.tilv. Democratic I lmvc n good snddlo hewe nnd n Farmer Announcti Candidacy uplcndid breeding jock which I will In thlq liif of the 1. J., la found sell or trade for heavy work Btock. A. Hie formal nnnniin,em,nt of J. 1). No. 1, Stanford T, Trnylor II. D. Kmls ns n cnmllilnte for mnstftrato For Sale Privately about no In the Stanford district auliject to acres of land, pnrt of the V. II. the uctlon of the democratic party. of the direct Trnylor place; contains two Rood With tin- imss.-iKrj tow li the loKlslnture, the Apply to Dan . tcm.nl houses. for the xelectlon of till noml-ne- e 10-- t' Trnlwr. will be held next August. Already I). V..vU nnd Son want 100.000 there are two candidates and the J. of Mr. 1'mN makes pound wool. Sec them licfoic you him thc third In the field. 88 ell. 11. V. Gniues mjM a pair of coming mules to Dave i.ynu mr tvo-- j ear-ol- d fj.". Thc-- were a couple of the nice! young iiiuIch seen in this secirl-tnn- rj nrl-nme PUBLIC DISSOLUTION At SALE The John Z. Spoonamore place near Rowland, Ken- tucky Saturday, tion in some. time. II. 1). Carter sold n nice driving hor-- c to Hob Thompson last week, A piece of flannel .dampened with Chamberlain's liniment and bound on the affected parts in superior to any plaster. ' When troubled with lame back or pain in the side or chest give il a trial and you are certain to bo more than pleased with the prompt lelief which it affords. Sold by U. -' L. Penny. mnRCH 2 er not afraid of trains or automobiles, 1 12 for 5 g Order it now and have ready for Easter. You will find our prices a pleasant surprise to you. o m w CUMINS Stanford, - Si WEAKEN : Kentucky. The Home of All Wool Clothes. Mr-i- . Clint I.ear is charged with b'liuing the church near Hiatt, proat 10 wlJeh wa- - destroyed by fire last perty consisting of one good work week. Her examining trial was set. mule 0 yenrs old, one milch cow, one for Monday but on ncnuut of the All heifer, 1 buggy and harness. nbence of Judge Lewi-- , tbo case wa-- . my household furniture and farming continurd. Mr. and Mrs. Lear took tools an active part in raiding funds nnd About 100 bushels of corn 1 stack contributed liberally to the erection of oats one fly shuttle loom good ns of this church building, but lecentlv new will rent place samo day of sale. 19 18 sal February 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, Tickets the llolj Roller,-- . hae been holding TERMS. Made known on day of fori ii in this building mid it is said BtU March 2. IH2. wit rrtrltaaja of IxtauiMI Cm aWtmraUfsale. Mi. Lear objected seriously to his AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS Mrs. W. L. Dishon, STOPOVERS slate of affairs and juit in many KENTUCKY. HOMELAND, ACEHT. Rt FWL PMtCUURS. CAU ON ANYW.TICKETBCCKLER. M WRITE protest- -. As we get if the principal A. , ground- - for the acqmtsation- - agaiu-- t utwrw aaa Helen Ataot, PUBLIC SALE! (Mr?. lenr, N that tracks through tile 101 E. Main Sttert. Lnlmton. Ky. Infa BnlMlig. Cincinnati. O. PhoM 49. ' ,ller "' J'" fn. leading "l will offer for sale at my home I0 "" ,'m"" Ie' lo """ "w m at Preaehersville on: ' l"UHnmu"- - . ,lr- .l'Kar fea.vh I 1912 ,. .. iwi rnoay Marrh , ... . . beginning nt 10 o'clock. All of my kp( ,,. personal property consisting of 1 .,,., good buggy mure, G years old, will hom Jlie M Lenr haJ Uar See us before you sell, woiic anymiere, x goou oroou mare, on(i (o lMlmki o to. In country or . ... delivered. .. ., three yeai-- old, in foal to jack, safe ,, .nj r & to ride or drive, not afraid of any mlu,(1 Wll(j ., , Wfy ie buidi) - thmg, 1 pony coming 8 years old cvJdent ,lmt (ho file WJ (( incwi gentle for children, 1 pony trap and diftn. ori in but to s yc uhi( ip harness, good as new, 1 buggy nnd limie(1 Jt umttheTi 1uc,,ioJ1 ulll harness, 2 sows and pigs. All my I ,p oUt)(l n ,uffielllt mnller vhm PHONE 153. household nnd kitchen zurnitirre. I,. . . ,mn, iiememDer ine piace rrcacuciv ville, Kentucky. 4ft MRS. E. B. THURNTQN) SHERIf F'S SALE. ii$iki a $aat &al Morcland on blind mare extra good brood mare, 1 aged brood mare, 3 jennets, one has a FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! colt at side, 6 nice Jersey heifers, fine prospect for milk, 2 red cows 5 years old, 1 Jersey bull thoroughbred, 6 calves two miles Located near Bowcn. sontli of Junction City, and border 18 shoats will weigh about 160 pounds each. 6 nice large ing on thc railroad, and owned by Mr, I, one of tfio lost known Anna B. Sweeney. Contains house farmers In Lincoln count und his black brood sows due to farrow in from 2 to 4 weeks, also and pood garden, well fenced; about friends will lm offered in lots to suit purchaser. 20 acres of timothy grass, besides lim Ho owns a 75 barrels of corn will be the nice thc roads grass; fine place for lifiruNonif few miles from fiirm try, sheep and calves; nbout 15 Stanford, Just off the Danville pike, All of this live stock is owned by Dr. W. F. Hickle acres for cultivation; plenty of wood and Is a proftresslve and repecteil and myself. Dr. Hickle is now located at Kennedy, Texas. For sale at $1,450; for rent at citizen of the hlKhcst clas, didly qualified for the place to which $125 a J car, which is cheap. And I am going to Kansas City this Spring, it will be necesSee Sam Sweeney nt Bowcn, Ky., he aplre. Bloomington, or write tthe owner at sary for a dissolution of the partnership. Hence this sale. 718 Eat.t Fremont street. CHURCH BURNING TERMS OF SALE: A good bankable note for 4 PUBLIC SALE At Hiatt, in Rockcastle, is Charged months without interest. Don't forget the place and hour Against Mrs. Clint Lear. I will offer for sale at my home on the Stanford pike one mile from 9:30 SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1912. (Mt. Vernon S'gnnl.) llid.H s,i n v-- r Beginning at 9:30 a. m. sharp the following live stock will be offered: 8 mules coming 4 years old, all have been worked and in good condition for the coming crops; & mules coming 3 years old, 1 sorrel filly 4 years old; 1 bay horse 4 years old; 1 black mare 5 years old, splendid driv- MroiiB follow In poul- ii splen- 111., 6-- tf NEW ORLEANS sb MOBILE aai Saturday Feb. 24, 1912, A. Jf. nil of my personal Frank Spoonamore, T. D. ENGLISH, AUCT. MARDI QRAS SPECIAL REDUCED. FARES I We Pay HATE YOU SEEN H.C-KINa- rm " Highest Market Prices For Til i tti&ttdfisedfi mm Ms i eaa&ttea . I ... .. ,, -- .. .,.,' ,,, Furs. All kinds ot Produce, Hides and et price s wl est in Neckwear, Belt Buckles, Bags, J Beauty Pins, Veil Pins, Barrettes, r nus etc f We have just received the very latAlso beautiful t H. B. Northcott, T. K. Tudor. Mgr. A 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. LL SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. line, trimmings Fringe Bands, Braid1 Gilt etc. im!? J, C. McClary !J 9-- Cash for Accounts and Notes. . for collection. comes easily and direct when you place them with us We make collections and look after Ve invite your, inspection.. SMughes, Martih & Go. m" Stanford; Ky. mmMjummwum u a ) mmm I J s L Of careful. study and close atten-- ( tion to your demands enables p , us to anticipate your needSo we arenow fl prepared to supply your want for fenng swine with a, full, hn; of, ginghams nainsooks' long, doth jinent and embroideries. 35 !' jLkESAJcCS J W; Ev Perking CRAB, ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. 'wmmwmwmmm By irture of execution No. 029 directed to me, which issued from Announced ly CaMtfUe CtmmHtW Whs. Clerk's office of the Lincoln Cir-- . Of K. rpftir. ,cuit Court, in luvor or, John bcuul- agamfct V. . Uurouo, I, or one Tha eatolomie committee of the announo- - f my deputies, will, ou Monday, Knights of Pythias fair, is iur a 'Colt Futurity as one of the "e 1M day of Maroh 1912, between most attractive features of the itlie hours of one o'clock, l JL and splendid program which will be pr- - two o'clock 1'. M.y at (he Courthouse .. a uu,4 m u,aMV"u' wuuv nf I tnrt still en. dominations ior mares are oe- - Illinn " Vintifnnil I'ni.ndf " esposq to public sale to the ins received now, and so much terest is being taken in it by the .inguest lucluer tue loUowmK propertJ many breeders if good stuff in Lin (or 80 much thereof ua may be ciln and adjoining counties, that it necessary to satisfy the amount of h believed the amount of the stake the 1'Iuiutiffs debt interest und cost), to wit: will go as high as $100 Store house and lot in Mnywood Mares must be nominated by March 15th when a payment of $1 Lincoln county, Ky., and bounded On the cast by the ns follows: ,mu9t be made. On or before June 1st, a payment county roud, on tho west by Stcph- of J2 must be made, on ench mare, eiibou, on tne soutu uy uucy Aim an owner desires to keep eligible anil (t.nd-,- und on the north by tlie Louis-u- t that time each Mare's name nnd , ville & Nashville railroad, the color nnd the name of the horse to nuiuunt of this execution, interest (Two Hundred which she was bred in 1911 must be.aud cost is $217.35. .. .. .1 .... in.. U11U Mlllf TIVU St AM t 11 BUtCIHCUU r..1 111111,1 HiC 'MlIU r UI( ClVeil. On August 15th the week before iTiiW property was levieti upou as me th0 fair, the color and sex of the property pf li, U, IJambo ou file lain foal must be given and a fee of $2 duy of Juuuury 1912. TBRMS, Sule will be made on n paid. This is the final fee, making bond ifo in all. The money wilt be divid- - credit of three (3) months, required, cd into four prises on a basis of 40 with approved security per cent to first; 25 per cent to , bearing interest at tho rato( of 0 per second; 15 per cent to third and 10 cent per annum from day of sale, per cent, to fourth. It is planned to 'and Laving tho force and effect of open a mule colt futurity upon the n sajes bond this 31st day of Janu- 6ame basis, In view of the very high ary, 1912. V. h. McUAHT. buemr. u, c. class, hybrid youngsters which nre i ' 13.3 piodnccd in this section. COLT FUTURITY clalmsi anywhere in the United States and make no" charge unless we collect. CtrretpwHtonct MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY. and Canada, Bank reference, Kentucky. t" JRM. SMMrsat. & in-K- y., """ --- r. UNOKRTAKIR AND STANFORD KMjIALMje1! IT.WjONIT B A KENTUCKY. Office .Phwie, ISf. Hftmf.PtMne 35. rfi - - ny r , HAPPY ' ZZZn ' DEI ' -- . YEAR! -- , I PLENTY OF LUMIER. ON HAND for all purposes. 80 if ou want to build a houstv a barn, a chicken coop, a dog bouse or a fence, come here for tie, matrlalsv We,, have all sorts and eiea in both rovRb" and finished lumber and if we can". not suit you.ln kind. ,uahtity, quality and price, nob'odv con.. . Ky. StanfM-4J. A. ALLEN. f th loved ones are not protected from the cold and kept comfort- able and warm during the next few wintry months. I The best way to do this is to burn BAUGHMAN'S COAL In,yo stpxesand gratis. & (o l?hpM Stanford, to send you a load now. J: H. BAlKitlNAN ,