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The Stanford interior journal: February 27, 1912 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912022701_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 27, 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. It- - I B'" ; f TT x ; wflttllAiCB'" TV? -A NR, The Stanford Interior Journal. VOL. XXXIX NO. 17 RAILROAD JV.J " v- . ' AND FRIDAYS. 'J ,b' 4 STANFORD, LINCOLN COTOITY. KENTUCKY, Tl ESDAV, FKIIKIARV 27, 1012 RESULTS IN 'JTKSJMU o her daughter Mrs. Thomas Itnu- - MAY ORGANIZE ROOSEVELT !,',1,)fll,vil, l,lkc- - .M- FATAL BL00DP0IS0NINGillIIoC.,,i CLUB IN LINCOLN COUNTY: MOVE INTO NEW DEPOT PENITENTIARY FOR LIFE. "Juno a uca a came as a great suorK lo her relatives as they little thought Lancaster Grocer Dies As Result of she Formal Announcement of Stanford's Handsome New Station was dnngeioiisly ill. The One Juror Saves Young Negro AsCandidacy Puts His AdAlmost Completed and Old Brawl a Short time Ago News Electric Chair A were tnken to her homo in sassin From mirers To Work for Him Structure Is torn Down. From Garrard Cold Blooded Murder. Someiset for interment. Much sympathy N extended to the bereaved 'nicotinic Rooseielt, on Monday, A unit .1. S: Rice, nud his office OIlOs. Lnncnster, Ky.r Feb. 20. Hunt, known n 'Ton-min- i" John Harris who force, moeil into Stanford's- new William II. Waul, a groccrymnu nf Mnrrinca seems to be something of made formal announcement of hisi young nrgm, candidacy for the republican nomdepot last Saturd.iy and workmen this city died Friday niaht from blood iim epidemic in this community Tor tdiot Clay Doc, another negro (o ii poisoning niter 10 days' illness re- on Wednesday afternoon two dou- ination for president, in n letter adwpnths have hern busy raring the phi death in'.Maeksville, u few dressed to the eight goeriinrs who since thai lime. This week will wound received in ble weddings occuned. sulting from Khler F. M. have pletlgetPtheir states to him. Ho ago, heard a jury give him a lf see tlie Inst hit ol rilhhlsli cleared Ciran altercation with Moes Cottrell Tinder united in mnriage nt his home Kcntenec in tin; iHMiilrnlinry in said that if the imtmimtio,, should nway, and the sheet which is heWard and Cottrell engaged in a quar- in the. south suburbs Miss K1ia Palcuit court bite Sntiuilny afternoon in1.' inaile from Mill be tendered him by Hm convention, to Depot sheet rel both under the influence of strong mer, the beautiful Rout fnii!nln broad smile n ho fetieet, running behind the new stn-- t dpelured that drink the latter stubbing Ward with n daughter of J. W. Palmer, and Mr. he would accept und nearly lionr.1 the verdict for hi- nnd he would iirefer that the people exion opened up, which will permit knife, just behind the ear ami nlong Prewilt Thompson of Iho Prenchers-vill- e everyone fine who had heard the tes- of baggage being taken to the rear press their choice through the. divicinity, Miss Gertrude Mcrri-tnn- n the back of the neck. It was nt first timony hnil expected n death penalty. of the depot and unloaded for cheekrect primnry plan. believed Wirrd had a chancu for the nttruetive daughter of Mr. of one of the jurymen, ing. The Kentucky republicans nre greatHe was about .'Hi years of John MeiTinmn ,nnd T. (' Archer the Mr. V. 0. Murphy, of this city, for ly interested in this formal anThe new depot has brcn given two age, leaves a young wife, his par- two collides being joined by the one nouncement by the n life sentence, finally brought, the routs of Unlit hint) p.'iiut, the inside for L. 4 ents Mr. and Mrs. MiltoM Ward, two ceremony. About the same hour, u gteat many o them believe, other eleven In him, anil n compro- has been handsomely Mirnished, and sisters Mr. Win. Clnrk and Miss Re. 0. P. Hush nUo ofticiated at a he is the only candidate, they that mise wns reached for a life term. can thorough tests of the henling plnut Jennie Wnul of thi county and tlnec double veddins-- tying Miss Ida Hall put in the field who will have n The jurv which tried Hon! was show (hat it is in splendid working brothers, Itoheit Waul, alo of this nnd Unfits Pendleton; Miss Luey H-W. chalice to defeat the democratic composed of Messrs. W. & place, nnd Thomas and John living Davis and Anion Ifnll. Miss llertha candidate in I). It. order. Kovcmber. G. Murphy. Gnrncr Price. completion of this depot gives The in the South, Waidlow, of Paint Liek nnd Gibson An I. J. mini who was at LancasAdams P.. J. Tanner. J. S. Mohley. Stanford the lluest piisengiT station The funeral sen ice was conducted Dolins, of I'oint Leu veil, were also ter .Monthly, saw many leading reAlhert Stnmpfley. Tom KiuK R. H. on the Kuoxville division of the L. & Sunday afternoon at the cemetery married in this city by Rev. 0. P. publicans signing n call for the orGiven .1. W. Carrier. O. 0. Spcake, N., between Louisville and Kuoxville, by Dr. K. II. Pearce. nnd the frater- Hush. ganization of a Roosevelt Club in and .1. W. Caldwell. Their first ha'.Iot mid mntiy of the railroad oflleuils nal oider of Woodmen attended the What ,vns known as the Otten that county. One prominent repub-licn- n nil nirreed o a first degree. t,n-..,- l Hie finest that any dwelling on the Crab Orchard sheet siiv Hint it ts burial. .1 ,i.1 mi the second i i.. saitl that Garrard county " Illlliuri .,.!;. !. I of the'jtoe of this has in Hie ...., flnf.it, fur II1CI' Mr. V. A. Lear bought 19 Im- was burned last Thursday at about certain .. BUCK CREEK to instruct her delegates to LICK -.i BEE ,... Ktnnurrd iin.l her ncoi.le are ; imuot ior piiuipound hogs fiom John IIick for 2 P. AL, the occupants barely making the state convention- to vote for electric chnir and five for life im highly appreciative of Hie generosity their escape. The house had just f "..'!( per hundred; nnd 11 1."0-l- b All of the five enme prisonment. & N.. in 'electing a depot Aunt Iliilda Slier, who has i The death iinuel visited Mr. poikers from IT. T. Logan nt $r.2.", been rented by a newly married cou- Roosetelt. enally nfter some of the L. Seerul Lincoln county rpubli-nii- s, over for the death of the sire and beauty of this one sick for the two past months is im- - Stephen Khler on last Monday nillii shoats irom .lames I. ple. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dishon, the who weie piesent, said that aUcusioii. except Messrs Murphy I'M. Mr. The Surlier hoys aie hack to their and called for its victory. In mil ( 011 at .4.75, nnd 8 fire being a deplorable incident for n 11 strong movement is 011 foot looky nnd Carrier. The latter, however, sawing again. Khler was sixty nine years of age. (Milkers from Crit Meadows at $4.75 honeymoon. ing to the formation of a Roosevelt ' nsreeil for dealh. if Mr. Murphy Mr. ami Msv. P.l Joih-- visited His lb belonged to the Christian church Miss Rella Arnold has returned club in this READING AT CRAB ORCHARD tier hundred. it Hint ! county also. One dewould, hilt he could not hitter's parents Saturday and Sun- and was a highly respected citi7.cn from a stay in the cities. Mm Korn clared that the mass of the republiV. A. Lear shipped 120 first-cln- s way, i.o the compromise for the life Mr. Khler left six' children to 111011111 pnikcis lo Hubbard, linn & Rngs-dal- e O'llenrn is in Louisville having been Miss McNewmar To Give Entertain- day. cans over the county nre for Rooseeenlcuce wn" readied. Some oO the girls aie soiry to sny his loss. nt Cincinnati: Lawson and called there by the illness of her sis. velt, and they will endeavor to orment at Baptist Church brought out at 'flu' testimony Hob-cit- s in Drown exported lfiO fat hogs to the J. M. Kcymihls still remains that Carlisle Gooch and Lloyd Miss Lee Prather, of ganize and. cany the county for bin;. the trial showed one of the most cold will leae for Iowa the last of bad health. Richmond, has been the recent guest snnie live stock buyers. For catarrh, ilenfness caused by known in recent hisbloodedimurdcrs Miss Iteulah P. MeNcmur, n cele- the week. Klbest Kldcr sold a horse for $75. Mr- -. Kd. If. Walker and son. of Miss Callie Adnms. Chas. Thomp- catanh, breathe Ilyomei and end all tory of Lincoln county. A nuinher of brated and talented reader, will give Morris Taylor, of Quail, visited Woods Walker, sold 75,000 pounds of son, of Missouri, is here visiting his Say have yon heard about George eje witnesses testified to the facts, an entertainment nt the (Sub Orch- Peikiiis.' brand new sleigh J 11a girls the fair ?ex in this section Saturday tobacco nt an average of 12 e another Mrs. Allie Thompson. Miss misery. G. L. Penny guarantees it. Complete outfit including inhaler $1) evidence being ard Baptist church, Saturday evenpractically nil of the Miss Luey Keynolds visited friends per hundred, nnd delivered 20.000, Grace Helen Patterson returned to extra bottles, gills don't you wish it come if needed, 50 cents. America I) rye. wife of the ing, next, March 2nd. The proceeds big the Mime. at Brodhead last week. snow? pounds nt the Peoples Tobacco Ware the Williamsburg College after a (Pronounce it .) dead man, Jailer Dink Parmer, Coro- of the evening will be for the benerind family will houc Danville, Misses, Versa Unities mid Kate Jackson Scott to he put on the short visit to her parents Mr. and George P. Hright, Jess Parmer, fit of tbc school library. Prof. 0. Townscnd were the guests of Sidney soon leave for Highland Park to breiiKs Monday. ner, February 20. J. .Mrs. George M. Patterson. Misse-- i ADDITIONAL LOCALS Mr. Heal, Jeff Ilryunt. Will Lovelace, K. Kveiett and his able corps of and Manila Iloskiiis Monday night. imike his future home. Wade Walker sold 0,000 pounds to Maitha and Helen Gill left Friday to George 'IV vis the last three colored, iisitiints ii t(. doing a splendid woik 0. W. Taylor will soon move to an agent ot a Kiclimnml house nt visit Miss Corine Murray in Cinciu-tinl- i. Arthur (lakes is at home nt this Mrs. W. A. Trihhle and daughter told of the killing. It ile eloped fiom at the Crab Oiehaid Graded school writiut;. hi farm, near Brodhead. They went ns interested specta- Dorothy, 10 cents; A. K. Wnlker sold 10,000 and Hont and this entertainment is given in have returned from a visit that Dive their Mr. John Scott will leave for Cairo pounds on the Richmond hieaks nt tors for the wedding of Miss Murray Hud Kubiiiiks and wife visited his to Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Ilreck at had home words in Macksville, over ouhir In raise a slight fund to as- mother last Tuesday night. III., in about two weeks. which will lie a society cvont this Richmond. 15. Woods sold 1S.000 0 cents: J. a quaircl if their wive. The men sist the library work which has so Mr. W. S. Khler, of Kuhanks is pounds at 10 cents; Charles Graves week. Miss May Stout, of Mt. SterMisses I.ucinila and Gracie Gooch n rough and tumlile scrap men, far been deficient. had and iilo l'stell Hiibauks visited Sid- lisiting friend in this section tin. sold 2.1.000 pounds nt Danville for ling will be with Mrs. Ada Kinnnird W. P. Kincnid the popular tobacco Mis. MeNem.'ir's leadings will be ney and Manila but were separated and Drjc went s. Tuesday week. 12 J. W. Sweeney soldi 10,000 litis season and have charge of her buyer, was laid upmost of last week to the home of Orceins llnnstonl, lniIM "Mr. Wire of the Cabbage hist. pounds at 10 ents; W. K. Atnou sold trimming rooms. Mr. K. L. Oiv. as a result of geting his buck sprainn sinoihiT ucgio, neaiby, limit cauic on pj,.,, nd "Aunt Jane of, Mr. Crawford Hell made a flying TO MY FELLOW DEMOCRATS ) pounds at Central House Lex- ley is in Kieholasville visiting rela- ed by an unruly horse. Mr. Kinenid town, and triedrto borrow a lucky," both of which nic very trip to Casey hist of the week. y OF LINCOLN COUNTY. ington nt 10 cents; and 4.47"i pounds tives. Mcsdnmes Alexander Kennedy was trying to mount the animal, dime fioin a negro named Jim Lee, ,itnlar selections, and it is bcliev-wh- o wanting a. new meat house 'iO nt Danville at 7 cents; Pat Sutton and Hanks Hudson, of Danville weie which wheeled suddenly with him , pu.eted by a lestifled, that Itout told him he jru uint (, wj I olfer myself to the public a a sold 0,150 pounds at the Shelbnurne recent guests of Misses Luev and oier and take the pattern of Mr. .7 nnd badly wrenched his hack. He intended to go back and kill Drye. ciowibd house. Pveryoue is urged S. Iloskiiis, Mr--- . James M. candidate fur the democratic nomi- - House Lexington at 10 cents; Mike Totmnio rrnnees. is able to get out today but only llt1 this most to lend him the money , ),e ,,..,.! Lee rcfu-c- d .1. C. Hundley Ls on. the sieit nation to the office of Jailer of I.in- M Hurt sold 7,000 pounds nt Central Stanghton of Covington is with her with the use of u cane and is very but he bought a box of shotgun rtilhy cailc. coin county subject to the action of Houe Lexington, nl 25 2 list. cenls mother Mrs. K. A. II. Mnrksbury. weak. .shells fiom Karl Colemnn iin credit,! Miss Annie Ilerndon is nt home nfter Wake up I leech (iiovuaud give us the democratic party. average. nnd went hack to Mncksvillc, got his MISS LOVE DEAD had fully intended to make the W. H. Hurt on sold his fine road n six weeks stay in Louisville. Mr. n little news, bow about vou A. W. D! I Will If. Hester, one of the best single barrel shot gun. went to the rate fin the nomination of Jailer horse Dr. Pontius at the Lexing T. .1. Price left Thursday for Talla- known und hardest working young houe of Jeff llr.Minl. and asked if , Miss Leonora Love, aged (ill hassee. Florida. ELLISBURG in our last County Primary and de- ton sales to Robert Morelaud of Faydemocrats in the county, in thU isjenr llrvii uns there, saving he intended clined to do to 011 account of a life ette, for $430. W. II. Ilurton bousht sue of the I. J., announces his cani.,'i;n i,;i it., tin... uent in ihetdicd at the home of Mr. and Mr. harness horses at THE PEOPLE LIKEWOODROW. I). S. KilTe. at McKinney last Pri-da- y didacy for the democratic noniina- - ' X blight little son ha arrived at long personal friendship for some of 15 4 to liouse i if Hansford where Drvc wiis liugeriin: ill- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert the candidates in that race. I have the Lexington sales nt from $105 to alteiiiooii, nfter a lion for jailer. He has a great many standing near the door talking to h'w all my life been loyal. actie and t2(i0 and 4 hores nt Danville court (Cynthinnn Times.) Iricnils x ho will be found working wife and fneiul. Without saying ness of tuberculosis. She had been Taylor, and 11 pielty little daughter in the cause of our party, day at an average of .?175 per head. Here are some of the reasons why .vith might and main for his success, health for Itl.vee yriir-- . nt the home of Mr. and Mis. Verlt Wfti.1 to Drxe. M, the testimony of "J. fiIiB and have always been found on the W." H. P.urton boimhl 2 the people like Gov. Woodrow Wilson for they believe he is deserving of M.-- s .mv was sMer of Mrs. non Crews. the eve witnesses went. Itont hied who ought to be nominated for Pres- this honor from his party. ''" Mesihiii.es P.lia and Mollie Mur- filing lilies it, the thickest of its bat- horses from Samuel Maeken of Leba "i"w ","1 one siu.t nt him. D.v staced out '""'- " '""' "r, working for the harness ident b the democrats; -I "'-"" "","" ; - phy visited in Liberty last week. vis- tles, ess of its day and night thetri-iimp- h non for $400; a ol' the door Itout retreated u nominees' and siici mare from Andernu Carr, of Linjsuc was n uiiui He is democratic. Jeff Hail, of the Wuyncsbtiig 01 me Dr. K. W. W 1. of Danville, or liso, leloadcd his gun and fircU 'lion meiuber coiiiiiv. the Presbyterian of its cause. If rewarded in coln for iOO and a 4 year old harof ful ited here Wednesday and Thursday. Relieves in the rule of the people. section, who was sent to the Lexingthe sccoim lime, killiin: Die in his I ness, mare from Kevin Carter, of ton asylum, last year, died there church nnd the si vices over her re- Mr. J. it. Spragens, of D.iytou. O., in v ambition to be your Jailer and Prnclice whnP he preaches. Irnrks. as the result of an operation for conducted by Kev. Ca- - is spemliui: ten days' vacation here have much assurance that I will be, Lincoln, for .225. evidejiec agaiusl him was com mains weie The Is man enough to acknowledge his nbcess on the spine, nud his remains I pledge myself to faithfully ami Denny Pros., sold n lot of liny to iv Illaiii, of that church, lit the tlus- - with homefolks. but Itout when pletery discharge the duties of the of Mr. Ilaughman. nf Lincoln at $2.1 per mistakes. were brought home hist week for toniille cemtttery Sunday mornin Mrs. H. H. Iieyuiel'soll and Miss put on tlic stand attempted to justify fice, without fear or favor. ton. G. A. Swinebroad sold n load Kot afraid to change his mind. burial. He is survived by his wife d Hess, Walker, of Himllkirdsville. liis act b snyinu Hint alter tlieir Yours for democracv. of coin at 4 pel" barrel at the crib. nnd five childieii. The physicians Wears no man's collar. the family of W. A. Spragens KING'S MOUNTAIN. . l'irst qniinc! I)ic had tlhealeaed to W. II. IIKSTKK. W. K. Mo-- s sold 40 barrels of corn icccnlly. Proke the power of both political said that the- condition ni his mind l.ill him and told him o "get rcaily" to T. II. Robinson at .$11.50 per bar-te- l. wns caused by the trouble to his visited Miss Floieuce Spragens graded ''"he King's .Mountain machines in Kew Jersey. and he ic.nly the next time they met. JOHN HERZOG spine. school is progressing nicely being Mi's. Jones llaiighmau nt Morelaud Refused to aid of Wall street. He snid Hint he ",,., lenilv'' nnd Juiliie Lewis L. Walker and Mrs. i hist week. when he saw (crowded almost In its capacity audi went ha ek "icaih" He Was Too Walker have returned home from n Declined to "(day politics" with A grand jury indictment was reM r. and J. It. Iteynierson Told U. S. Marshal Drye. li siei- was tli(. oulv other """ every one iuteiested. The ful- Busy to Be Arrested pleasant sojourn in Florida and Cuba Henry Watterson. tained this week against Jake Wal-lin- e lowing is the honor roll for the last nut of Danville will return to this witness inliodilccd by the defense, Miss Callie Adams entertained for Cannot bo bought, bluffed or charged with killing Marshal section about March first, t reside nnd she coi'iohorated limit us to mouth: When Deputy V. S. Marshal Cole- recent guest Miss Lee Prather of frightened. Iloskiiis at Crab Orhcanl last ChristGrade 1.- - -- Tlielnm Chester, Cheve. Their many friends will he glad to man of this place, was in Lincoln Richmond nt threats made against him by Drye. Calls a spade a spade. Rook Party. Th mas week. A continuance was grantKehecca Sin- - receive them. Attorneys J, X. Saunders and .1. N lett, Jes'se Singleton, jii county last week he went out to L thonu.h'y piogressivo. color schema of green was carrieil .t . ed by the court until the next term iimi Mr. George Moore, one of Casey's glelou. Koy Mima. 1 larcnce Mcnyfec. Jr.. excited every effort Swede, who out in Hie decorations and the John llerzog. An n n.'.st i.iru. of couit which is always customary' i in very poor health. made a stubborn delense t.l save hams. Sclmn Muipliy. Mary Dishon, oldest citizens runs little stn e some three miles served. in such cases. Muster Kmil Iteynierson who has Hooch. Helln Hatter. Omlle -l the life of their client and Ihcv weie from Stnufoid nnd who was chargof Mr. William Diekei-son- , The temperance people of Kenill of pneiiinoni been for three well pleased with the veidiet render- - Lnsw ell ,ind IMith Tumble. ed with selling whisky, and iufonn- will shoitly open out new tucky have great leasou to rejoice. How to cure a cold is a question m eeks is improvim;. Guide 2. Harold Chevolett, m1. iimsim.ch a- - Ihev had offered iiiu llerzog that he wauled him to stoic in the Hemphill building. He 'iiiet-fiv- e of the one hundred and in which many are interested just Mts. ('a icy Clews is rovering n Chihlers, Ollie Singleton. Leonard Iho trial to huvo their client sro urth him, Marshal Coleman was expects to keep a fine line of drr nineteen counties nre dry and no new Chamberlain's Cough Remedy serious illness. Viiginia Wall, and Virgic from jdend auilly and accept a life sm prised to hear him say that he good, notions nud pioeeiies. ociinty once having voted dry has ev- has won its great reputation nnd imtence hut this had been rejected by Couch. Gibson Dolins, of Point was too busy that day, that he had er gone back into the wet column. For mense sale by its remarkable cure LATE LEGISLATURE NEWS ecil Chihlers. Kay-Hthe Commonwealth, which believed j Oiade some iiiipoilaut nf fails lo look after and Mis llertha Wardlow of Paint three years neiuly nil dry territory of colds. It can always be dependhill passed bat that he would go with him the Lick weie united in marriage at the of Kentucky has been due for anoth- ed upon. For sale by O, L. Penny. Corrupt practices this was a death penalty case, i'non.l Dishon. Claude Hart. Willie if ever there was one. Common- - llntler, Annie Hum. H. Ueynolds, House. dav folhnviinr. This did not go well Ilnptist parsonage, the Rev. 0. P. er vote nnd the litptor people, have wealth's Attorney (leoi"e D. Plor- - Denver .loliiisiin, limber! Reynolds, Senate passed compulsory pri. with the officer, so he just took )luh of filiating. hied in thirty four instances to reThe papers tell us that the records ence, conducted the prosecution, as- l.'1a Siimlelou Lucy Skidmoie, Ada mary hill so amended ns not to af- him idling with him to .Danville and Mrs. Charles Dietrich, of llueiin turn saloons and hno only succeed- show, that Harvey Helm, of thii sisted by County Attorney W. S. Sweeuev, May Sweeney, and Odie fect Seventh congressional (March the important business hnd to be Vista reveived informataou of tlu ed in two Somerset and Howling district, is one Congicssman who is 11!) primary. 1iy n very well worth the salary he draws'. He Jlurcli. There was much interest Wall. for a while at least. In death of her brother Thonuis Cook Green nud in Grade I. Mangle Dye, Sadie SinGov. McCrcary lecommciided manifested in Ibis case, for Itout is ,this connection it might not be out who had been in the nrmy for 11 small majority, after using enormous is "doing things" for his constituof .."i,()0() for repairs of of place to say that Mr. Coleman years. The remains weie taken to corruption funds. known as one of the meanest ngroes gleton, Plorence Singleton and Jus. ents and the country, nnd if he is new capitol and powerhouse plant. is doing a splendid wink and is de- Lcxiiuitnu for interment. in Stanford, ami most of the mem- ITiut. not elected to succeed himself tho .r. Kiwi Clell Waters, Guide Hank Commission bill passed Sen- serving of the W. II. Hurtmi shipped a car-loa- d bers of his own rnce were anxious to of every of The diiee! primary law passed the jnnn who heats him "must go some." Gooch, I'tta Siimlctoit. Itosa Singleate .'10 to 0. adopting All House good citizen i Ibis ami oilier coun- mules to thi) Wilson Live Slock Co., Houso Monday. It is now up to the see him "sent over the road." Shclhvville Record. ton, Grace Trimble and Lucille Rey- amendments, '.'1 to I. Other Cases. ties where he irnes after evil doers. at Wilson. K. C, consisting of 25 governor. House bill (iicreasiug tntixiumin In Circuit Court Monday morning nolds-. mules which he purchased of putties A piece of flannel dampened wjlh Somerset Times. Grade Flint. 'Kugene .al.iries of teachers, in ruial schools in Marion county nt $195 per head. Itueuii Vista Comptou, the notorious Metcalfe county remained In the Chamberlain's liniment and bound 011 young outlaw of Morelaud, was sent Willi, Charlie Hrowi nnd Litiira to $70. ' Misses Het and Al Anderson were dry column by n majority of 814. tho affected parts in superior to any When her child is in danger n Akin do-.- ' tax hill was killed. to the penitentiary for life for steal- Johnson. will risk her life to protect it. hostesses for the llridge Club Thurs- in the election held SatunUiy. plaster. When troubled with lame Itcpicscntathe lleiviugtoii filed ing n cow from Ifev. P. I). Pahneter, No great net of heroism or risk of day afternoon. An appetising lunback or p.1111 111 tho side or chest give For Sale. JOU.OOO '2 foot boards statement in the Hoard of Health life is necessary, to protect n child cheon lent much charm to the meetiRepresentative Harry Sehoberth, it a trial and you aro certain .to. ho of that city. This was the fourth charges from croup. serious coniietioii of Compton, nnd he got n for sale nt our yards at tCrab Orch- probe making Give Chntnberlnin's ng-. of Woodford county, is ill in a bos-pit- more than pleased with the prompt life term under the habitant criminal ard All kinds of lumber, nud build- - ngaiiisl Dr. McCormack, State see- - Cough Remedy und all dnnger is Mrs. Mary Doolin, aged 75 years nt Vcrsoilles tluentencd with relief which it affords. Sold by 0. ' . . , s .' died after a short illness at the home typhoid fever. L. Penuy. ' act. nvided. For sale by 0. L. Penny. c in material. Duko and Collier 13-- 8 rriary. "POSSUM" ROUT GOES TO OFFICIALS Last Number of Lyceum Course. CUTTING 1 V i - ono-nrinc- il 'Sit 1' stn-tio- & - Bikt irviLf jpilli . , h. 5.t,'5M 'SM ia : A j I as.a 1 At Opera House Feb. 29. Ih-ci- See Them. ' r; . ... """ -- !uii i- -- la'th - imi-pou- Fin-nll- 1 100-pou- s Z86T ler-in-Ia- Iligh-o-me- llo-kin- c: H V r J -- Ken-dow- 4,1-J.-- H:1 Auy-Imd- ; ,i I 1 !,,. !. l"';', 11 dili-uent- lv vis-be- - 1 - '. .!. 11 ur-U'- st 1111-n- 11 hin-adic- 11 11 llel-befo- re 11 h. Le.-ivel- Il.-f- es abel wo-m- 11 nl . n . .ajsA - m si...' ri in n Mill . brv, se Ui.H M4MI4 ..... STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL Here's a Ford Model T Touring Car UNiERlOR Ettabllthed OIIRNAL 1872 BklLri 111 VV. Eeicma. rorlnl nnd other skin trouble nro rained liy myriad of HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher perms nt work In th skin. I'nlem Kormn nre promptly ilrMrojeil theo rnplclly multiply, gnawing they their II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE way irrp into me renxmvn tlcsue. This Is what causes that nwfiil Itch, find mere rash vriat feemml nter.d at the roitoMce nt tiUfr mny row worse nnl a develop Into n loathsome nnd torturing skin disease ara a second cltu mall. With Its yenr of misery. Don't tnko any chances! Destroy tho Rirms nt the beginning of the trouble nlth that soothing nnd cleansing wash, POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ihe r. U. n. Prescription for l'rtema. A :5o bottlo will prove this to you. Germs Spread in Skin We hav had experience with many remedies for skin trouble but hruo never seen such remarkable cures an Inthoso from 1. I). I. Prescription. stant relief from the very first application. We nre so confident that D. D. P. will reach your case that It will cost ynn nothing If the very first full site bottlo falls to make good every claim. If you have skin trouble of any kind, we certainly ndvlse you to drop In and tnxestlcate the merits of r. R I. anyway. Wo know that V. V, D. will help you. DRESS SHOES OUR Dress Shoes are SHOES that are Dressy. 1 u to set facts. .ir. uci,n' j8 n Iunu of (hc Um,er- ,Vool type, a worker nnd not u liu.e- ilghtcr. lk. BW8 t ,, tt,k9 n ciious- minded unv. nn,! i imi ,.iv..... ...v,.,!.C)) to plvinir to the gallen'es. Hemj; young, vigoious nnd verv capable he tain. N onc "f n 'mmlful "y8.; promihiiiB ,," Han dsomeForedoors roomy Mr.- - Millie llnrmon Msited rela- - joiini: deuoprnts 0k in the House, Sheer tivcs here last week. mmute ,n desired detail, strong, simple and 1R0(,e,,y has kept him from pushing Mr. Ihnrles- Coffey has receded a l,i,sClf foruaid but he is one of the backed with a record of five years' satisfanew piano lor ins cinugnter. two ablest men in Congress from ctiongiving results in all parts of the world to more than Mr. Thomas Morgan will move to bis state, completely equip100,000 users. This beautiful motor car the house vacated bv J. F. Vanhook. I ped for only $690 f. o. b, Detroit Misses Vineyard nnd Merriman. of WAYNESBURG iTaiTodslmrc were the guests of Mias Uirdie linker last week. ' I)a" t'upul' latest victims here Tim Indies of Moreland will cive n .social at the llunn nnd Coffey hnll nro A,r- Chnriie Singleton and Mis on Ocorgc Washington's birthday. All A,illu! 'nMwell who were united in invited to come. A large potnto and r,m"rli"0' holy bonds last week, nn enr of corn will be tho ndmis- - 'r,1L'' n,e two of Wnyiiesburg's most Burnt white, clear and teady to the Ian drop. For tinn. Refreshments will be served l"niuent young peojtlo nud have the cake of everyone in the for X&mUy, mid the band will furnish the imisi. t bl'tn jeurs, tntlat on bavins Pay school will begin nt Moicland W'' wis tUvta every happiness, Oil x,r- - "William bingleton hns just with Misses Lyons and Hanson ns EmolccleM - Bootless Odor-returned from the bedside of his teachers real soon. Jess Costs no more than inferior tanltvWArnn kinds. Mr. Fount Warren. Mr. Col. J. P. Chandler spent the night Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer lias it la ttarreis direct irom our works at J. J. Moser's Friday nicht on his Wrren died Saturday night of LOUISVRLE, KY. CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO., -- XiMfrrb" Auto OIL There is a bill pending before the way to make n sale for Mr. J. F. pneumonia. II0 was M jears old, Motor OasoUae, Ketoery at Warren, Pa, Btobrad legislature of Kentucky, to issuo pen- Vanhook on Saturday. 11111 g'"'' Christian man. sions to the Confederate soldiers of ,r. W. I), (fooch is very" ill of a Miss Myrtle Mourn n has returned I Kentucky. This is a bill which should from an extended u'sit with friends complication of diseases but we TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS not pass, one which will not stnnd nt Perrvville. hope he. will soon bu Letter. the test of reason, and one which 'Ir " J5- - Allison is tibte to sit u; COURSES: Preparatory, State Certificate, Miss Florence Vanhook jrave n MOW. Life Diploma, County Certificate Review, will impose a burden of $73,000,00 Vnlentinp socinl nn ln W.lnnc.lnv n year upon the evening. Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, or $100,000,00 Mr. J. L. .May is building a new tax payers of the tnte that cannot house. Mis Luln Relle Rout pave a Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogue Free. Address be justified by any argument. It Mr. Ed Menitt of Itonnnzo spent reception for her friend, Mrc J. G. CRABBE, President, : : : : : Richmond, Kentucky rets solely upon sentiment nnd ha : Charles fltndrickson, nee Mis Ada seeral days witn Mr. K. W. May in it more of politics of a small kind Roheits, nt her home on Main Mr. Menitt is thinking of coming to than nny thing else. The editor of stieet. Refreshments were served Lincoln to live. ' this paper who expresses this; senti- nnd all reported a delichtfnl time. Mr. John Keizer of Ashland hns ment is a man of southern firth, his to Waynesbiinr. Mr. Ernest Ford was in Dnuulle also miiw-MR. FARMER: Make your home as modern for your family as a ice Miss Itena Singleton is on the sick "evidence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations kindred wore the confederate gray; last week on business, A Inrge crowd was at the sale of ''st at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service and the daring valor and self sacriMr. John oiing is going to Bloom which you and yourneighoo'rs can get for a sum that is email compared with ficing devotion of the confederate J. F. Vanhook nnd thinirs sold well Misses Florence Merriman nnd ington, Ind to work iu n machine' the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to soldier, his wonderful endurance in leadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far- nn unequal contest nnd his superb Hazel Singleton visited friends here shop. Mrs. Woodie Warner nnd little mers' Line" rate.. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we militniy genius nie qualities in which Inst week. can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, tlie editor of this paper has always Mr.. V. L. Singleton will have n children have leturntd to their home in Springfield, .Mo., Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tLe Southern portion of Indiana land taken the gleatest piide, but this is sale on the 24th of this month. sentiment. Tax laws must be based Dlinoia. Mrs. Lnurn Bryant is at homo afMaster Mart Owens is some better EAST TENNE8SEF. TEL. & TEL. CO. on reason. unroKroKATKD' nftfr a severe shock from a fnll in the ter a visit to iriends in Frcdonia, The states which seceded from the bam. hns. union, nnd which as sovcrign states Miss Elsie Singleton gave n party Miss Fannie Myers from Georgeinduced their tons to enlist in the town, is visitinc relatives here. Saturday night for Miss Maude southern army, should grant their Ilurinh for the "dry"' people of Brown. About 3o young people atsoldiers pensions. It is but common Lincoln eounty. Xow if they will tended. All spent nn enjoyable evjustice nnd many of them have so stop the blind timers we will bo liv- ening. Some ol tho-- e present were: done, but Kentucky refused to se- ing in a perfect land of perfect love Mi-sfippsssssssssssssssjsssssssssssssssssssssssssssB Maude Brown, Lois Hubble, cede. Tho Kentuckinn who joined nnd friendship. Jennie Robinson, Lydin Robinson, the confederate army did so upon Idn Leak. Gladys Singleton, Mnude his own volition, he assumed the Stroud and Mrs. Lucy Brown, SHERIFF'S SALE. hazard of the contest. It was a Messrs. Craig Horton, Fred Thompmagnificent manifestation of loyalson, Grant Williams, Logan StephSaBMBHBSBaiaiBBWaBMi ty nnd devotion to the dictates of his By virture of execution No. C20 ens, Oliver Singlehon. O. Routen, Your Business will be well cared for and we solicit own conscience. He s nn en- wrccicu io me, wnieu issued lruui Durward Singleton, Jason Brown, joys the honor of respect of every the Clerk's ofiice of the Lincoln CirYour Patronage. Mr. George Williams celebrated his man. Should such n. bill pass, we cuit Conrt, in favor of John Schul-to- f5th birthday Sunday His friends believe the governor of the state, who against D. B. Rambo, I, or one ave him n birthday dinner. Ho has. himself been n brave confederof my deputies, will, on Monday, knew nothing of it until they began ate soldier Mill have both the cour- the 11th day of March 1012, between to come around with baskets of age nnd the breadth of statesman- tho hours of one o'clock, P. M. and good things. Fifty-si- x nte dinner ship to put his veto upon it. The two o'clock P. M., nt the Courthouse witn linn. All spent nn enjoyable Capital $50,000 Surplus $25,000 confederate soldier who did not hide door in Stanford, County of Lincoln. day and vent home late in the nfter-noo- n behind n tree when the federal army Ky., expose to public kao to the wishing him ninny happy rewas in sight is the confederate sol- highest bidder the following property turns of the day. & dier who in these piping times of (or so much thereof as may be Mr. Dnrward Singleton hns had jipnen would spurn p. pension. uecessury to tulisfy the umount of iu ipiit ins job til Danville on (he the Plaintiffs debt interest und account of a weak back. ' t: Ed AVnlton is working wonders cost), Miss Ethel Camden is improving with the Somerset Times, nnd will Store bouse and lot in Mnywood tlowiy nnd will soon be up again. He is Lincoln county, Ky., nnd bounded soon "make it a Mr. W. R. Singleton hns bought n ft getting out such a splendid news- as follows: On the east by the new organ. paper thnt he is making tho other county road, on tho west by StephBro. Claunch filled his nppoint-raeft three papers there look like u thirty enson, on the south by Lucy Ann heie Saturday nnd Sunday. ft Wnynesbtirg boosts of n curiosity cent piece with n hole in it. And Ends, nnd on the north by tho Louisft 'ou can get that live paper and tho ville & Nashville railroad, the Can nny of you bent this? A "cerold I. J., both n year for $1.50 by amount of this execution interest tain woman" in this vicinity says sending tho money to either office. and cost is $217.35. wishes she had a thousand (Two hundred and seventeen nnd thirty five cents) votes to put in for open saloons." This property was levied upon as tho Wc would be nshnmed to mention n FALL AND WINTER STYLES. property of D. B. Rambo on the 10th subject thnt had received such n ft m good whipping. ft My new fall and winter sampled day of January 1012. ft are now ready for your inspection. TERMS. Sale will be made on a Mr. Wallace Reynolds went calling months, bond on his best girl near Mt. Olive Sunft best on the market credit of three (3) ft Tbey comprise theas to price who bad with approved security required, day. anyone can suit ft hit clotnei made ta order. A suit bearing interest at the rate of 0 per Mr. P. II. Nolan has gone to Dan. to readr made clothes. To nave them cent per annum from day of sale, ulle. ft made to measure doesnt cost any ft mora tnan ready made wnea quality and having the force and effect of your measure is preferable a sales bond this 31st day of Janu For Sale. Pure AVhite Orpington made ft tad fittola considered. Come la ud ary, 1012. cL'trs nt 2 for 15. Kcllerstrnss strain ft let me take youj- - measure. W. L. McCARTY. Sheriff L. C. Lnrsrest fowls, best layers. Mrs. M. I 23-13.3 H. C. RUPLEY.THE Practical Taller j D. Hughes, Lancaster Ky. can't promi-- c to miikc good. This n plnin proposition. Recall to mind the next time sou reml the catch-phras"Our enr i guaranteed for on year," or, "Our enr is guaranteed for n lifetime." Hcmembcr the lifetime of thnt enr stops just at the point where the guarantee begins. There is one guaiant.?e thnt nlwnvs holds good. It is THE GUARANTEE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT Thnt is the Guarantee Henry Ford puts on his ears. Thnt is why more thnn one hundred thousnnd Ford enr.s are in "so today. That is why your enr will be a Ford, if you believe in efficiency, economy, endurance and scrice. Ford distributors nnd branches in nil the principal cities and towns iu this country nre nt your very elbow to give you the service wc maine: A Guarantee A Promise i woith e.actly ns the promier. A Promlser who hadn't already ma1e good WHAT IS A GUARANTEE? is n promi-- e lo mnle gooJ. Ww WV 4A 0k Solite Lamp For Comonwealth's Attorney. Emmett Puryear, of Boyle, announces his enndidney for commonwealth's Attorney of the Thirteenth Circuit Court District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For County Judqe. T. A. Rice announces his enndi-dac- y for County Judge of Lincoln count', subject to the action of the democratic party. M. F. North nnnounces bis candidacy for County Judge of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Jailer. Peyton Parrish announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln eounty, subject to the action of the Democratic party.. Georae OeBorde announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic cartv. Dink Farmer is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party. William H. Hester nnnounces his enndidney for Jnilerlof Lincoln eoun ty subject to the action of the demo- v ratio party. C ... ,4. "" ' For Magistrate "-- J. T. Roberts announces his can didacy for Magistrate in the Stan ford district, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. Wul. F'elds announces his candidacy for Magistrate in the Stanford district, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. J. D. Eads nnnounces his candidacy for Magistrate In the Stanford district, subject to the action of the Democratic party. SHUGARS & TANNER. DRU GGISTS. STANFORD. KY. HIGH COMPLIMENT MILLEDGEVILLE. Mr. Doild Koni oIl his farm of 10 acres to Mr. hph Newell nt $133 an acre and bought 'JO ncres fiom Mr. Walker Kout Mr. Earl Hell is attending school nt Hiistouvillc, Listen nnd you 'i', hear tho wedding belU line; again soon. Mr. W. F. liiixsell has moved to the Roberts place vacated by Mr. John Spenrs who moved the Spears' Mr. Arthur Johnson, of Tarksville, made a short call here Sunday. .Air. and Mrs. Josh Myers, of Louis ville, were the guests of Mr. John Myers Inst week. Mr. J. r. nnhook will enve nest week lor Jmlianan. .Miss Mntt.e Gnscom is nt home J?' with fmm .!,; patriot on the subject of his com- mittecs work in the llmrlotte Obter- , the bicgcM journal iu Xorth Ciiioliiui, tho Wellington correspondent of that' 'paper says: '.Mr. Helm is n very able Inwyer, and n capable llii-iman. lli efforts as ehnirmnn of the committee expenditures in the Wnr Depart I1U'"1 Ullve l,ct'" devoted to getting fi.-rnm..- CIot;ng n n, Kr.iturkv ,, n FOR in,crvScw HELM The quality is as good as we can buy. The "Mams Shoe" for $3.50, in all styles' Patent, Button and Blucher, and the Old Man's wide toe Kentucky Flat are better than anybody's Shoe at the price vi-r- fnc(!!. He hn9 worU,d injllstrio,y "Muss Sboe" "Walk Overs" "Nettletons" "Walk Overs" You all KNOW them, in Gun Metals, Tans, Kids and Patents, at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 in buttons or lace are standards of quality - and stvle. "Nettletons" After twenty years experience buying and selling Shoes, it is our candid opinion that the "NETTLETON" is the highest class MAN'S SHOE obtainable today at $6.00 the pair. -- -- -- I '' --- H. J. McROBERTS Normal Stanford, :: Kcnluckv. LIME LUMP LIME: RURAL TELEPHONES. EYMIED ADVANTAGESOVER It is Economical, No Waste, No danger of Fire, No Caking, No air Slacking, No Swelling, No waiting for your mortar to season. TRY IT. W. H- - HIGGINS, If You Have Money WE WANT IT - - cs If You Need Money WE HAVE IT ggjg do-crve- First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky. n, OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT Wc consider the most important part of our business. It is well stocked with the purest and freshest of Drugs and Chemicals that can be obtained, bnd is complete in every particular. i FALL and WDfTERGOOD S Clothing, Caps, Shoes, to-wi- serai-weekl- y. nt Ladies' and Hats, Gents' 6 "f-h- e Our customers may rest assured that any scription they bring to us will be accurately pre- Family Goods now at Cost To Make Room. Dr. Hess' Poultry and Stock Food Penny's V)rug c$V ore. SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky; ft Stanford, JCeniucky, kJIsKLJ J. , s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Ciuoinnnti, tho guest of her son, noted Shakespearean artists, Mariimins Woods. Others wishing lowe and .Southern. Jlrs. Wm. Severance loft Monday to join tho parly nre teqiicstcd to foi Pocahontas Ark., to visit her eive tlieir nnmes lmnieuiniciy 10 I.ittlo .Morpin Smith Itaiihinnii brother, II, I,. Pickett nnd family. tlioeo in charge. been eonfined to his homo for lint Mrs. S. A Keith, of Maysville, The "Junior Pros., Combined Cirthe past few weeks with 11 liii(;oriiiK cnrne up Momtoy nifcht to spend the cus," incorporated Inst week, receivfever. week with her homefolks, Mr. nnd ed its first shipment of wild nnimals Mr. Chiorpo I). Women who hni Mrs. X. W. l'owle. from the jungles of Africa yesterday been nitite ill of n beatt uttnek for Tim Wnrren (Irigshy Clmpter U. for their big show to be gien Man b the pant week, coiitinues to hold hit F). C, will meet with Mrs. II. J. 8. The attraction will bo one of the own fnirly well. this, Tuesday, nCtornoon nt most comienl nnd cnteitnining ever Alamoy nml httlo son, .Mrs. J. S. J::tO o'clock. SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Particulars without distress. witnessed in Stnnfoid. lames Montgomery, of Huenn I took two'small packages in all, and dipt. Joe Lynn Coffey enmo over will be given Inter. of Mr. nml Mrs. Mont- from Finukfort nre piesttt although that was some time ago, the to spend Sundny The following is the honor roll of gomery this week. dyspepsia has not returned. with his wife nnd young son. dipt. LOCALS. SHORT Tutlpe Wallace V,. Vnnion, of Adie-illI speak a good word for Thedford's (Villi Orchard Sehol for the sixth Coffey hns recently heen promoted N. C, whs here fur n few day to whenever 1 have the op- mouth: the position of Commissnry Clerk Grade 1. Snrnh Mny Petfu, Money to lonu on cusy terms, low portunity." Inst week, in ntlendnni'e. on com t nt the Frankfort penitentiary nnd Edmiston, Clnra Doty Fish, It eating causes distress, we urge you F. 1J. Pennington, nml blinking hnnoV with liU mnny is Tcgnrdcd ns one of the very best rate interest. to try Thedford's It Willard Leadford, Cecil Foley, Hazel Agent. friends nt his old home. men on the stuff of Warden Mudd. cleanses the system, helps the stomach to Hunter. Will Severance linn lieon in New K. It. Colemmi, who is phnrmncisl Grade; 2. Joseph Hamilton, Alma COMING, digest its food, regulates the bowels, and COMING, York for the past week, Ketting the nt the Lee drug COMING, stoic in Middleboro stimulates the liver. Hunter, Eva Edmiston, styles fur his ilicrim-jnnti- came down Snturday to testify in the JUNIOR BROS BIG CIRCUS. newest It acts pently and is without bad afterGrade l. Ann McDowell, livne cu'turncre. lie retnnioil Hunt murder onse, in which ho was n effects. Try it. Price 25c. Manuel, Salliu Smith, Frank Adams, He i greatly pleased with k boniee nt the Prcsby-teiin- n witness. James Bailey, Erin- -t Campbell, Loyd Miss Florence, TnieheiiTt left lust his work in the Magic City nnd hns church Wednesday evening nt Hamilton. Ebbie Kennedy, Fred RogBOWEN Snttirduy morning fur Ilmilitijdoit, uliondy become a booster for it. 7 o'clock Subject The Teaching of ers, Loyd Butt. ri' W. Vn., tn make a vifcit to her niece, wa J. 'J. Hutehesoii, of Owenton, Jcstis Regarding Sin. Grade 4. Xnnnie Cntlin, Lucy Mi"s Virginia ltonrno. Mm. C. C. White, who hns bene here last week in attendanco on court ery ill is s0rne better nt this writ Smith. Mabel' Wallin, Inm MoCluro, Mm Siisnn Fisher Woods hns heen ho is a brother of. foimer cashier J. Indies of the Christian The Hendley Xapier, Robot t Xeviiis. Sam iitii)K her sisters, Mednmes flrover W. lliitohosnit, of the Stnte Hank church will not lmc an exchange ing. r. George ('. Aiiderwiit nt Mt. Sterling nnd Sun-for- d nnd Trust Company, nnd hns mnny F.ustcr. M Coffmnn. who hns been Perkins, Floyd Kcynnlds, Joe Cress, Grade "5. .Mary Bailey, Clifford M. Allen nt .Millorshiirg. very ill is some better nt this writfriends here. lie was the EUctWhile Eugene Edmiston. Elvn Cat'in, ing. Mm. Dnvid Harnett of here of his sister Mrs. M. H. Snlin Mr. nnd For Sale. Nice home in Stanford Jnmes, Grace Martin, Nndine Mi-- s C guest Lexington were the giiets of Mr nnd Miiitha Rusn i -. Mr. nml Mr0. W. McF.lioy, of Oxner leaving town ami will hell at Jennie ieliarNoii, Emmit Mrs. Tilford if her grandmother, Mrs. Iifclimi ln.t week nnd Mr. Tom fownxton, announce the engagement u'bargniu if sold at once. Inquire Edwards. !.Meser of Stanford. I.eln Itnilies, of of their daughter. Clarice 1'ndorwood linino. nnd Mi at this office. Gride f- - Walter Browning. RonMr. I). II. Fox hits returned home I.cxincton were the piets of Mr. nnd Mr. Samuel Harding Nichols, of daugh- nie Duke. Joe Tom Edmiston, Shelby n and Mp. Will Hooker. Danville, Ky. The wedding will take For harness of nil kinds, Vulcan afterMr-- -. shoit tny with her Xewlnnd, Snllie Bogie, Cnrrio An V.. L. (iiiibbs, of Liberty. Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. I). Ilolderinnn mid plaou Mny S. and Impel inl Plows sec E. T. Pence, ter, .Mr. Ollie Kaufman is 011 tho nick derson.ehlldrin, of I'ineiille, Mopped off At a party given by Mrs. Jesse Stapford, 1C2. Grade 7. Myrtle Gciszl, Aaron list. I think ho has the grippe. here for n few dnys visit with Mr. Aher-o- n at Frankfort last week in Mis. Gcoigc McCowun, who has Fra7ier, Dee Wilon, Annie Baines, nnd Mri. Tinsley Spnnnmnre hefore honor of Mr. W. Doram, of Memphis who has gone Mr. Jobbu Lynn, Grndu S. Hendley Xapier, Shirbeen sick is now better. poing In Sringfiild to innkc their nnd Mrs. W. 0. Ingles, of Millers-bun.- ', away on tho road, has left the vacMr. J. II. Wolfoid, our good school ley Gover, MeUadia Chadwiqk, Hnt-ti- e future home. nmonc'the u'liests were Mi-scinating of cattle In the hands of Bogie. Mn. It. II. Metenlf nnd ehildren Anna Steele Cook nnd Mnttie Leo louls Lynn, tits servant. It wanted, teacher, has gone to Chnttanogn, Grnilo 0. Edward Edmiston, Tenn. He is missed by many friends anil MNs Mnry I). Hook, of MoKin-neHubble, of Stanford. call nt John G. Lynn's meat shop, much by Xnney Xapier. Henrietta Bailey. nm the guests of their sister, Mr. Ch.i. P. Montgomery was nml I will come' at once. Louis hoie. lie is missed very Grade 10. Sada Collier. our Sunday school. Mrs.' J. Y. Pnvi-i- , on Oak Mretc. in Frankfort lnt week. He 'was L) nn. Mr. Ollio Kaufman Is iiiing to Somei.-e- t Times. to Htistonville by his LOW COLONIST RATES Ashland. 111., about the fiist of W. P. Wnlloii nnd Mr- -. Walton wife nnd two children. Mr. nnd Mrs What would you do without a good .March, for his health. TO and ehildren, of Lexington, who nre A. H. Pillion ntltoed I" Crnli horse? Keen him drv nnd wnnn with Mr. C. C. White and family are Designations ' in the West, North Mondny. Liberty a good blanket. I have them. J. C. until spending ceeinl months in Louiswest and Southwest. talkin;; of moving to Danville. ville have, taken npnrtmeuts nt the nrd Snturday nnd remained with McClary. VIA Miss, Mnry Russell gave a enndy (.ourthindt. l.(iui-ill- ,. Post. SOUTHERN RAILWAY pulling last week. There was a nice Woman'rt Misionnry Society The On W'diuday eening, F. Mobor-lM. C. Xewlnnd, who has been tnk- crowd. They nil repoit n fine time. Tickets on sale daily until April oth Inn eh gaw a who is cushier of the Hank nt of the I'nptit mg n course in surveying nt state 1912 Mr. C. T. Sandidge hns a very social nt the home of Mrr. University in Lexington, hns return Wnyiiu.-hurt-;, nnd .Miss Annie Huhhlo For further information, nsk nny McKinnoy, were mm nod hy Kev. Shelton Saulley la- -t Friday niebt. It ed to his homo in this county nnd is sick hore, at this writing. of Mr. Liiidsnv Carney has a sick Agent, Southern Railway or wiilo to in was u Wiishington's birthday alTnir prepared to do nil practical sun eyF. II. Cideniiut, nt his A. R. Cook, E, D. Stratton, cnlf. Dnmillo Advocate. nnd inot of the ladies piecnt enmo ing. Cnll or address him. Danville. Wet DPA St. Louis. Mo stIe route No. 1 Stanford, of phono, Rural Mr. L. P. Coffmnn, a well known dreeil 111 Martha Mr. unit Mr. Virpil P. Smith, of Crab DPA Evnmille, Ind former "of Bow en, is improvimr his Somerset, iniiioiinco the engagement with powdered hair and the Revolu- Orchard. J. C. BEAM, JR., fnii'i veiy much this season. He is tionary stylo of dress. Refreshof their dntieliter, Ornee Virginia, AGPA, St. Louis, Mo. going to put up about 2oO rods of evening to Mr. John 'thomns Howsor, ofr ment were scivcd and the Parties wanting rooms nnd offices American wire fence and nbout oOO n:ot pleasai.tly for nil. The utdding to take pns-c- d Louisville. cnll nt Stnte Bank & Trust Co. See panels of Roger fence. Mis Frances Rnnkin met with n plneo in June. 11-- tf tlieir nice rooms. Many people of this section nre painful accident Sunday night 'when HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Mr. nml Mrs. W. K. Glover nre very glnd the tempeinnee folks won she attempted ,to light a match on The doors of the home of Mrs C. here for n hboit stay, Mr. Olover Jniler Dink Fnriner vigorously de- the lictoiy February. We nre very the' window of her room. A comR. Coleman were thrown open bavinc the ngeney for the Ford nies nny report to the effect that ho proud to know there arc so many mon sewing machine needle wns. LitI lie members of the Jneksoninn one of the best medium sticking in the wall paper in range erary Club, ISiday evening February hns withdraw n from tho laco for Christian people in Lincoln. prieed enrs on the market. A grent jniler. lie snys that it has been Mr. nnd Mr. Lind-n- y 1M, nt which time the uiuiiversniy Coffmnn. of her stroke and entered tho finmany Lincoln county men own Ford customary for mnny years to give tho bono nnd few cars nnd others nre plnnnig to buy of the birth of tho "Father of his the jniler nn endorsement, or two Jr., hnve returned home for a thoir ger. This drove it to the skin lenv-in- g broke it off just under days nftcr n lonsr stay, with County" was duly celebrated. A them. hnlf the needle in her finger. The cuesinjj contest wns the mnrk terms nnd that ho is in the race beloved ones, of Riley. It is thought Mr-- . 'II. J. MilJobiols made a injured finger is just able for bor od sppcjnlty of the eveiuig Hhe till the cows come home. thnr nftcr a few dajs they will guests having come nttirod in cos- to Riley again to spend the bal ue nfter n month's trouble with one FOR SALE OR RENT. tumes representing tho title of books ance ot the winter nml when they of those plensnnt companions durWe offer for snle or rent the Mc return home the liaids will bo chas-im- r ing the long night hours a felon. some 01 our popular authors. iliy up nnd down the fence, with Moutieello Outlook. proved extremely difficult to Kinnoy Woolen Mills nt McKinney. oa large part of the ev- - Ky. This mill is fully equipped to their bine neckties and their stripgiiess .mil ei'ing wns thus taken up. Miss Sal-'i- e manufacture yarn, jenns, blnnkets, ped jackets on. Linsey nnd other goods nnd is well M. Ciaig and William Giimes The belle of Bowen is going to get the mnjority of the titles locnted. Apply to K. L. Tanner married. Guess who? Sloan's Liniment is an exf. Mr. W. T. McGirr, a well known ieirecutetl and were given n vol-i:i- tz Son, McKinney, Ky. cellent remedy for chest and of Longfellow's poems. The fanner of this section is goint: to do thicat affections. It quickly We nr prepared to install hot grent work this season if it be the relieves cungi'Sticn and ind 'iitc c the "booby" r. linon A, H, flammation. A few drops C. book, were Mis Josephine Car- wntor nnd hot nir heating, plumbing Lord's will. It is thought that be 81-t- f. in water used as a gargle is will cultivate nbout 200 ncres of penter nnd William MeCnrty. Af- enc, Conn Bros., Lancaster, antiseptic and healing. delightful, lefrcshiug fruit corn land. terwards W. S. Fish represents only the Mis. J. P. Ru?ell spent the dny gelatine and enkos were served. a. My Life Saved by Here's Proof with Mr. nnd Mrs. X. M. lWhnnnn. Among those present on this de- best and strongest Insurance com Mian's Liniment fnr "Ituveutcd light fu! oeeneion were: Miss Mnry panies. Let him keep you protected. Mrs. G. T. Stntnn is visiting relniti wonderful -Mr. S. S. )tm fend cm ictiily hll(oroic thitdt X itfcitntv. I tuteutrd vN.VV BVT tives in Cney county Mrs. Mnry Tvl. nan Lliiibeth MeKinney nnd Win. Yager, wtu, lme Lick and iheuiuttim it4 is zrzr; zize il gut imuct relict." Johnson U visiting fiiends nt Junc- Greenville, Miss Mary Moore Rnney nnd Thos. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured KLULttA JANE ISAACS, 111., writes: with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, u lhry rannol rrr Colomnii, Miss Mary Mirrixm Mntion City. Lucy, Kentucky ral&rrh u a blood or roiiti I'll. Hnt t thr l!Mi,e. "I was for It yuu thcny and Morrison Kright, Miss tutlonal iHipiim. ftnd In ordrr 10 curtCure la uiu.t take Ave years Internal rtmrtltra. liatla Catarrh taktn In upon the bjotI and muroua AVOID HARSH DRUGS Maiy K. Huddernr nnd Win. Grimes, lunact-a- and acta lrrr!lr. not a quark rued! Hall a Catarrh Cure troubled AH". Liss-lloltzehi'V aud llttrijs etoe. 11 was prwrlfrrl fcr " "! lh- with caiq inia rouniry ror rari auu la a rrauiar ITrarripiHtn. Colemnn, Miss Josephine Cnrjienter It la roronoMil of the bnl tonlra known, rombmro. Many Cathartics Tend to Cause In- tarrh. Two 'aIB?R'3 wltb the Drat bkodpurinrn. artlnf dirrrtly on the years aeo I jury tn the Bowels. TIm, Inrr,t OIl.M&Atl&Q and John M. Waters, Miss Elizabeth Uimvila aulUl-rC! t& Is vhat aurh wondrrtul had ono foot llisjgins and Prof. fl. E. Kemper, two Ircrrdlrnta catarrh. produrea tctlmonlalj, free.r Send lor UlU In curing is excellent for sprains and CO , l'roi . lolrdu, U the I. J CIIKNLV Miss Snllie Mills Craig mid Clinton If yon arc subject to constipation, In had crave. Sold br nruealata. price 7t. tried bruises. It stops the pain lake Hall 1 f amIIV J'llla fur ronatlratloo. Coleman, Miss Inmnn nnd Will you should avoid strong drugs and I 1 seven docat once and reduces swellMiss Snllio Kurdetto nnd cathartics. They only give tempornry tors and alLlLHaOitH ing very quickly. Constipation is the cause of many relief nnd their renction is harmful so went to Spalding Hill, Miss Elizabeth Sold by all dealers. and Jnme- Coojier, Prof, J, Wr ailments nnd disorders that make nnd sometimes more annoying thnn a catarMi Ireland, Miss Kate I). Rnney. life miserable. Take Cbafberlasn's constipation. They in no way effect specialist In Prteo, 2So., 6O0., $1.00 Miss Rerthn Jackson, of tho ex- Stomnch nnd Liver Tablets, keep a cure nnd their tendency is to wenk. St. Louis, Sloan! pression department of the school your bowels regiilnr nnd you will en the already weak organs with and took TrtatUe on the iiistmetiess of the club, hns been avoid these diseases. For sale by which they como in contact. Mr. 8. 3. Johnson. ot Horse We honestly believe that wo have kinds confined to her room nt tho home of G. L. Penny. tent free. medicine a day. I could not walk more Mrs. Will llrisht, nnd to wns tinnblo tho best constipation treatment ever a hundred yards Addicit Representative Harvey Helm hns devised. Our fnith in it is so strong than friends told me without resting. to attend. The hostess wns nssisted "My to take Peruna, Dr. by Misses Rnllou, obtained a post as a customs inspec- Ibnt wo sell it on the positiie gnnr-nnte- o and I did so. I now feel that in cnteitnining Peruna r . Ewi S. Sloan Hommcl and Mrs. tor nt El Paso, Tex., for Ashley T. Enton, Hopper, thnt it sbnll not cost the user hat saved my life. It is the best mediRood, of Boyle county, Kentucky. n cent if it does not give entire satisJ.W. Ireland. cine on earth, and I would not bo Mj&U ijr? N Mm Without It." The Senior Clnss hns chosen from Mr. Reed nnd his wife, who wns Miss faction nnd completely remedy their number tho following ns par- Eiiso Engleman, o Lincoln comity This preparation is callticipants in tho clnss day exorcises Kentucky, are now in El Pns.o. Their ed Rexoll Orderlies. Tbeso aie FIRE many Lincoln friends nnd relatives prompt, soothing, and most effective, John Eva Hilton, in Mny: and SURETY BONDS Morrison Bright Grumbler, will be glad to hear of this nico ap- in notion. They nre made of a reLorrnin pointment for Mr. Reed. His wife is cent eheinicnl discovery. Their prinMnnde Stone, Historian; Campbell, nnd Willie- Moore, vocal- - u sister of Mrs. Rowan Suuflcy, of cipal, ingredient is odorless, taste- TANFORO, KY. its, John M. Waters, giftorian, Har- - J this city. ,Uess, and colorless. Combined with A. (1. Huffman, who bus berh working ii tint Anderson News for loniLwci'kti, is nt homo njjnin. 1 'liort visit to relatives nnd friends bis' Coleman, valedictorian; I.Usn i l.iiiunUT lust week. Holtclnw nnd Mnrj M. Mnthcny him U'lurncd to Mro. J. H. Mrs. W. K. Wnrner iiindn 11 shoTt Pianists, nnd Will MeCnrty Prophet, FrmiKliu lifter u (diort Mny bore. 1C EC Supt. Ireland, Prof. Kcir.pcr nnd N. t'rnijr, of Heron, spent visit to lelativos in (larrnrd this Dr. A eel;. Miss Iterthn Jackson will chaperone u flurrt timo lioro lust week fith liis Mutt llejiiobN, of the McKinney a paity of high school students to fnti'ily. Lady In Goodwatcr Describes Her section, is ery low, and his friends Lonisill, Mnroli 1.", to witness the .Minn llinniu WooiIm bin been the Distressing Experience and his pnct of relntives nt I'niiit I.iek fur nre uneasy overWoodscondition. in presentation of n scries of Sbnkes-penrea- n Mrs. Addiu lins been Tells How She Was by the plnys to bo presented acvrrnl dnys. SOCIAL and PERSONAL 0vpy n ingredients, long other established for their usefulness in treatment of constipation, it cn,un j,,at f,,r,n' ,i ,n,,,'--t wlii,,h like enndy. They may be taken nt any ,,nc ?,l,,ef ,lny "r ",iiU wilho,!, Tj.ii Itii wt tiivii riiiituttlrr mtj iui.iMMt'irl miiNf, rtllt tin tnl'ntl eiiot whatever. They do not gripe, purge, Imr 01111-- 0 naitnn. Iliey net nny pain or excesI without eausing Finally Relieved. sive looseness of (be howils. TlleV for f hildren, weak, delicate Ooodwafcr, Mo. "Ever since I was a little girl," says Mrs. Kilcy Laramorc, ' persons, nnd aged people, as well ns "I was a great sufferer from dyspepsia, 'for the most hourly person. ' I suffered misery after eating, and had They come in three ire pnoknges, terrible heartburn. pj tnblets, 10 cents, ;IC tnblets, 'J'j I thought 1 had to suffer this way as(ent. bO tnblets. oO cents. Hemem- longas lived, but when I began to take lT you en obtuin them only nt our Thedford's in small tore. Penny's Drug Store. doses, every night, the heartburn was all gone in a few days, and I could eat CRAB ORCHARD MRS; LARAMORE TCI IKUUdLlj IlLLj TriAIIDI 3 Read About These Three Girls. How Sick They Were and How Their Health Was Restored by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Applcton, Wis." I tako pleasure in writing yon an nccount of my sickness. I told a friend of mine-hoI felt and bud Bairl I had female trouble and advised mo to uso Lydia E. Pinklinm'g Vegetable Compound, as she had taken it herself fortbesamo troublo with wonderful results. I had been sickly for two years and overworked myself, and had such bad feelings every month that I could hardly walk for pain. I was very nervous and easily tired out and could not sleep nights. I hnd dizzy spells, and ' pimples earno on my face. But I have taken your JU Lvdia K Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it has restored my health. I think it is tho best medicine in existence." Miss Cecilia M. Uaueu, 1101 Lawrence St, Appleton, Wi3. Geneva, Iowa. u I havo been teaching school for some years and I have neglected my health became I was too busy with my work to attend to myself properly. I suffered greatly every month and was on the verge of a nervous breakdown. "I wrote to you about my condition and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and the Blood Purifier ns you recommended. These remedies havo done wonders for mo and I can highly and widely recommend them to every suffering woman." Miss AIinnib Suaveb, Ii. F. D. No. 1, Geneva, Iowa, co Sam Erickson. Montrose, Col. "I was troubled very much with irregular periods. Sometimes two months would elapse. I suffered severe headache, was weak and nervous, could eat scarcely anything. " I took both Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier and the result was wonderful. I feel like another person, "I think your remedies are the best on earth and cannot express my thankfulness to you for what they havo done to me. I help my neighbors when they nre sick, and I shall always recommend your medicines." MLss Llla McCaxdless, Montrose, Col. I . iIl 1 11 Black-Draug- Vi-t- n, e, Black-Draug- ht La-Rci- Black-Draug- A SCHOOL TEACHEIl'S GRATITUDE: 'I " Snt-urdn- y. .Mid-wee- A COLORADO GIRL'S CASE: A -- i e, IG-'J- p. Is it not reasonable to suppose that a medicine that did so much for these girls will benefit any other girl who is -- cs y, -:- -:- Oreh-lntiv- es suffering with the same troubles ? Does it not seem the only sensible thing to give such a medicine at least a trial ? You may be sure thatit can do you no harm, and there are lots of proof that it will do you much good. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound lias been t lie standard remedy for female ills. No one sick with woman's ailments docs justloo to herself who will not try this famous medicine, made from roots and herbs, it lias restored so many suffering women to health. to LVDIA K.l'X.VKHAMMEUlCIXECO. W (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. vnAaTTlNKHXKp'- fi-AV- rlt y, Ten fears from TO-da- y v4Aa on 23-S- p. Young iMarf aBiIaaVv 5aWT M Af 7rs3. PSar ir ii NOV" ! Vlii , oawillbe fospenaus iSI re-tii- rn mvji llWf v " M irwtl trfr if I Chest Pains and Sprains you start a ;ai I m i m-m ' m m -- u "f. mm flfllllll (ivvyMAw t TRIED now NOW Think of possessing your own business being independent of employers of enjoying all this world can give lo the successful man. All that ' and more will be Yours if yon eommencu a bank account TODAY. Open one ih 12-t- SEVEN DOCTORS Pe-ru-n- SU' here -- STATE'BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profits $4,098.94 Deposits $75,481.90. W. L. McCarty Prcs. M. B. Salin, Cashier. SLOANS LINIMENT dtrt-rtl- . t.h-.- ii. aaaLH Mc-Cnil- y, aHKj." Ma-ho- - 0 7lmteci States 'Depository several Jfor iPostai Savinga blinds m S .vn Lincoln County National Bank Corner 9?exi to Court jfcouso STANFORD, KENTUCKY. i B - I Snlu-tntorin- n; INSURANCE J r A li& tlV ML V v. rv. fc'J8!ft& ?? :' Jw ,. wt . v 5- '? 4, j K.,. VMriTfc-- y tv - 4rtW THE STAMFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL THE FARMERS TO THE FARMERS OF KENTUCKY You nio hereby STANF0R1, KENTUCKY iYftlTWIIT I i m HAVE A FIT I and it will not be a crazy fit if 2 you will let us measure you for a 5 new suit. We will guarantee that your. new suit will please you in every detail and if it does not then you o 5 are under no obligations. 1000 new patterns to select 0 m I from-- and we will have them made according J ideas. gf m T m to your own original .- S ..... ... iou win miu uur prices a o " pleasant surprise to you. &-.- u -- 5 Urder it now and have it ready for Easter. CUMMINS me & - WEAKEN 1 0 Stanford, Kentucky. K : The Home of All Wool Clothes. &$& &Bia&i3ii$ it com ion L. NOTHING Mes-salin- To come in and look through our line of Poplin Taffetas, and soft silks. And Don't fail to see our line of and art Linenes in all weights. Come in today, no time like the present. We will be to have yon and 'will make your visit pleasant and we profitable. fied through this office but this no- to the imuliu lit outer t.it't i that nil farmers, iiu"peetie of i whether delegates or not, are injited and will he accorded the piiwlege" nf (he floor and nrc in fact urged to be present at this meeting, as it is understood by your eotiimUiouer, the law does not eon- sell. from template that jut 'ine pcr-o- ii 'each county fliould nttend tins meet-. i i.... , acres of tobacco nae liceii . ll,.i00 tit nil twtr&MtiM mtm iWlatfl 111 litil aa J signed up in Fayette county in sup nil I'll l iiiiii (ill irv i uii ugricultuial the dee1opment of the pooling plan. port of the resources of the stale who dosiie to At a sale of mules in Shelby counattend should be given the opporty n pair of premium tunity nnd the imitation to come to a yearling this meeting. Women nre especially mules sold for $1)30. brought $'27G. Ten broke mules sold jnvited and February 28th will he in to $253, nud twenty-see- n grcnt nt fiom measure, "ladies day". Some nverng-c- d s coming two-- j of the best lecturers on "Household $151.40. Economics", "Home Improvement'' m T. C. Rankin of Oarrnid, sold 23 nnd "Women's Place in Agriculture," be delireied about the 20th of the have been secured nnd particular atm bend of cattle to J. C. Johnson, of tention will be given to interesting, the Boyle- county, at j?5.50 the bunch to women of Kentucky in the improvemonth. ment of home cinditions especially Frank WntMui and Forest Foley in the ltirnl districts. Low railroad ... O of Crab Orchard, brought down rates are expected. A good propounds of tobacco to V. 1. Kin-ca- gram has been irrovided for this inFridav morning for which they stitute. The General Assembly is in got 1 1 cents aiouud. section. The state cnpitol ! always Hon Ilancy Helm. Congressman interesting nnd it is hoped that this from this district wryits the tobacco meeting will he the lnrgrsl gathering growing renders of the Interior Jour-n- of farmers ever held in the borders m to know that, by specinl con- of the stne. Any information desircession of the Department of Agri- ed further will be cheerfully given by m culture, be has secured several hun- addressing. J. W, Newman, Commisdred small paokace of White Bur-le- y sioner of Agriculture. Frankfort, ICy. nnd Yellow l'ryor tobacco seed, FRUIT AND SHADE TREES which he will be glad to send to nny Strawberry plants. Grape Vines, who will address him "eare IIouc of m Representative, Washington. 1). C.,'' Asparagus, Rhubarb. Rose-.- , Peonies, and Phlox. Everything for Orchard ns long as they last. nnd Ijiuii, Gnideii. Fuy Catalogue. J. C. Fov. of Lancaster, sold to Xo Acents. D. A. Robinson, of Spokane, Wash., H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, one extra thiee year old jnck Dor Lexington, Ky. $1000. F. T. Fov of Danville, sold Mr. Veateh, of to the same party for SECOND ANNUAL SALE Mercer county, one six year old jock for $G00 and nwo registered The Perryille Stock Soles Co., saddle fillies for $330. Mr. Fox lilso sold to same party 'for Mr. of Irryville, ICy. will hold their sece, ond annual combination sale in Horn of Mercer county one combinKyi. on March 10. 1012. Any ed stnllion for $300. nnd everybody having stock and At the Spoonamorc sale, near Row- wanting to sell them in this sule had land, on March 2, in addition to the better see one of the company at other live stock, there will be sold once and list your horse and mule. Pence, Jr.. 'the fine bay stnllion, 10 We have the promise of plenty of hands Inuh. nice style nnd action bujers both local nnd from a dis and a fine breeder. He will make tance, cood faun hoie and mules somebody a mighty fine stud. e, icady for sen ice is in grcnt demand For Sale. 73 shocks of fodder on See aihertisement that will appear Irish my farm two miles from Preachers-vitl- e in this pnper For any informaon Stanford and Prenehersville tion address glad pike. Can be fed on farm if fed in C. A. KERN, Manager, hope next two weeks. Mrs. Walter Warren Perryville, Kentucky. eor-dial- ly 1 a ten-ycai -car-old!!,-2id al Per-jyvill- sruldlc horse nml n .tilemlid brooding jnck which I WU sell or trade for heavy work stock. A. T, Trnyior K. D. No. 4, Stanford For Sale Privately about lio acres of land, part of the V. II. Trnyior plate; contains two good Apply to Dan tenant houses. 10-t- f. Troylwr. . J. D. KmU and Sons want ,100.000 pounds wool. See them befoie you I hnvc ii good tlint the jrtovid-e- d State Farmers' Institute ns for by law is called to at Frankfort. IVbruaiy 1T, 1'X PUBLIC DISSOLUTION 'JS, and All delegates will be noti SALE! The John Z. Spoonamore place near Rowland, Ken- tucky At Saturday; mURCH 2, 12 months without interest. Don't forget the place and hour 9:30 SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1912. 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; 3 mules coming 3 years old, 1 sorrel filly 4 years old; 1 bay horse 4 years old; 1 black mare 5 years old, splendid driver not afraid of trains or automobiles, 1 blind mare extra good brood mare, 1 aged brood mare, 3 jennets, one has a colt at side, 6 nice Jersey heifers, fine prospect for milk, 2 red cows 5 years old, 1 Jersey bull thoroughbred, 6 calves 18 shoats will weigh about 160 pounds each. 6 nice large black brood sows due to farrow in from 2 to 4 weeks, also 75 barrels of corn will be offered in lots to suit purchaser. All of this live stock is owned by Dr. W. F. Hickle and myself. Dr. Hickle is now located at Kennedy, Texas. And I am going to Kansas City this Spring, it will be necessary for a dissolution of the partnership. Hence this sale. TERMS OF SALE: A good bankable note for 4 Frank Spoonamore, T. D. ENGLISH, AUCT. We Pay Highest Market Prices For All kinds of Pro- WINTER TOURIST TICKETS L SANDERS. Grab Orchard, Kentucky. PUBLIC SALE! I will offer for sale at my home &&&&&&& 0 0 ftttSfifirtttt lat- Konrs at Prenehersville on: NOVEL TIES Ve have just received the very - 'b a4- lYlALrrA9 Mm lAmii"r Mwcauijr .,, J m Frills etc. Alto beautiful line trimmings in Fringe Bands, Braid Gilt etc. We invite your inspection. RirLrl AaiI Pine uoiieiin, aIIao y .no, R KaII- ? S Hughes, Stanford, Ky. &Co. && 4&9 v -- s. to anticipate your given. J rfefcd.So we are now On August loth the week before RHEUMATISM - the fair, the given nnd asex ofof the Dr. Whitehall'! S ta?eawd to supply your wants for foal must be color and fee $2 This h fee, Spring tewing witb a full line of ; paid. nil. The the finalwill bemaking RHEUMATIC REMEDY money it" in a Standard For - nghams nainsooks long cloths ed into four prizes on nper cent 40 all formsjrairimuiclei, itlff Rtmedr Rhtuautism, lumoazo, basis of or mollen coat, tort to per cent to first; 25 felnu. It quickly relierei S-tens and embroideries. second; 15 per cent to third nnd 10 palm reduce! tha fem, and a per cent, to fourth. It is planned to th polion from tha irstem. eliminate! 2 Of careful study and close atten- tion to your demands enables us 35 YEARS Friday March .1, 1912. beginning at 10 o'clock. All of my personal property consisting of 1 good buggy mare, G years old, will woilc uny.vliere, 1 good brood mare, See us before j'ou hell, get price three years old, in foal to jack, safe In countrv or delivered. to ude or drive, not afraid of any thing, 1 pony coming 8 years old gentle for children, 1 pony trap and harness, good ns new, 1 buggy and harness, '1 sows and pigs. All my household and kitchen furniture. A TEXAS WONDER. PHONE 153. Ilemember the place PreacUers- The Texas Wonder cures kidney vllle, Kentucky. and bladder troubles, removing grav $ MRS. E. B. THORNTON. el, cures diabetes, weak nnd lame & .backs, rheumatism, and all irreguCOLT FUTURITY larities of the kidneys and bladder tn both men and women. Itegulutes & Announced By Catalogue Committee blndder troubles in hildrcn. If not " ' "1 .17." "EM of K. P. Fair. sold by your diuggist, will bo sent IF.--.,...7--.-The catalogue committee of the by mail on receipt of $1: One small bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send Knights of Pythias fair, is announcing a Colt Futurity as one of the for testimonials from Kentucky nnd most attractive features of the other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 splendid program which will be giv- Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by en. Nominations for mares are be- druggists. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER ing received now, nnd so much in STANFORD KENTUCKY. terest is being taken in it by the Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. many'breeders if good stuff in Lin- IV. IV 1VHWI iin and adjoining counties, that it IK AIHG4&ZZ& is believed the amount of the stake will go as high as $100 Mares must be uominnted by We tell vouhow. and car bet marltrt We are c';alcr: e.tabllihrd March 15th when a payment of $1 fiticei. andean lu UKTri'.K for vou must be made. than agents or commission merchant. Reference, any bank in LouOn or before June 1st, n payment isville. Write fur weekly price lUt. of $2 must be made, on each mare. M. SABEL 4. SONS AWL HvUI H. IWISIIUE, IT. an owner dchires to keep eligible, and! Batitra in f ua, mui, wuuu tit that time ench Mare's nnmo nnd color nud the name of the horse to which she was bred in 1911 must be 0 0 0 FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! Located near Bowen. two miles south of Junction City, and bordering on the railroad, and owned by Anna B. Sweeney. Contains house nnd good garden, well fenced; about 20 acres of timothy grass, besides "the roads crass: fine nlace for i.oul try. sheep and calves; about 15 acres for cultivation: nlentv of wood or sale at $l,4d0; for rent nt $125 a J ear, which is cheap. See Sam Sweeney nt Uowen, Ky., or write tthe owner nt Bloomiugton, HI., 718 East Fremont street. C-- tf FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON 8AUB DAlOv ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY TO Furs. duce, Hides and H. B. Northcott. LIGHTED DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FOR FULL PARIICUURS.-UIL - T. K. Tudor. Mgr. ON ANT TICKET AGENT, 101 QUEEN & ORESCENT MUTE, a C KINq, OB WEIT Paaatotar and Ticket Aftot. C Mala St, LEXINuTON. fy. J. C. McClary w -. g? aSI FURS JOHN WHITE HIGHEST MJOWET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AMD HIDES Waal on Cemaila. Write fee prtot IK! narltMlaa IMe aa. AND HIDES uSSuiSr. t CO. IT WONT BE A iMAiirA'Od. HAPPY NEW YEAR V FMRS 8J-M-- I f the loved ones are not protected from the cold and kept comfortable and warm during the next few wintry month.. The best way to do this is to burn . r a " PLENTY OF LUMIER ON HAND for all purposes. 80 if oil want to build a house, a barn, a chicken coop, a dop house or a fence, come We have here for the materials. ull sorts and sizes in both ro'jRh and Unished lumber and if we cannot suit you in kind, quantity, quality and price, nobodv can. Stanford. Ky. J. A. ALLEN. BAUGHHAN'S COAL In your stoves and grates. Phone us to send you a load now. J. Ii. divid- IS for of the Mrer CO 1 centa W. J, i- - EL Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. open n roulo colt futurity upon the same basis, in view of the very high box at druggliti. WtHm imp m class hjbrid youngsters pjoduced in this section. which are Dr. Whitehall Magrlmlno Co. Ill . Latayatt k auth Ian. Ina. Trm Mai BAMAN & (0, Stanford. i yj k4 rk - HJ r.