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The Stanford interior journal: March 1, 1912 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912030101_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: March 1, 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. ? M- - 5wr355P . j The Stanford Interior Journal -- VOL, XXXIX NO. 18. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, HUSTONVILLE BOY Fill DAY, MARCH 1, 1012. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. INDICTMENTS L. L N., Putting Things In Tip Top Soon to Wed Anderson Belle And Office Farm Near Bowling Green Popular Manager of Local New Station. Shape at I Hm, . -- . Th.m lor .llleaal Sale of -jLmmj Gets Nice Promotion Will Be cy Liauor urges ruancauon ui News comes from the West F.ud Th0 L. & N. construction force Missed Here. thut Horace llohon, one of the finwhich has been engaged ou tho new County's Financial Status ever turned out in depot work for the past several Much surprise nnd regret was oc- est young men months, is now busily engaged in casioned here JUris week, when it that part of the county is boon to Returning sixty seven indictments county repainting the freight dcot across C. Wrny, hi wedded to au Anderson to the circuit, court quite n number the tracks. James Cluik, of Louis became known that Homer belle. Mr. Hohon has recently resale, of ilt-many years, manager of the Kust for '. of them for the ville, has secured the contract for Tennessee itCompany' signed from a highly lemunerative Telephone liquor, the grand jury completed wiring of the new depot, plant at Stanford, had Iieen promot- position with the Old Hickory Wug-o- u the electric work this week, unit finally C'oinpuiiy, and will go to live on a y and will have his force of men here ed to the management of the nu Wednesday. Its report furm he recently purchased hulf a week to Mart on the job. With next nt Danville. Wliile his host of mile out of Howling Green. He was made to Judge Hardm. one of the exception of the lynches for recognition it recommendations being that the the wailing room, and the concrete friends, rejoice nt this bought 180 acres of ground theie ut comFiscal Court have published in the paving in front of the new depot, of his splendid services to the $b0 uu ucre und is said to have seby pany, every one will regret exceedcount v newspaper, us required practically all uf the work is fin- ingly that this very jmpulnr young cured u greut bargain, getting u law, inrc n year a utatemeut of the ished. The old scat, -- craped and splendid faun, with a nice house and nun is to leave Stnnfnrd to make county's financial condition, which other improvements. Mr. Bohoa recounty varnished are dong service until the his home in another community. n, lias not been doae in I.ieolu cently sold his brothel', Kyle only m new ones get heie. The ladies waitThere is probably no telepuone in recent year. Although his half of u farm they bought is to be furijshed exjury the eion eight days hard grand doing ing room well, largo rockers pro- malinger in the state who has "made iti partnership in Warren county sev-ci- al ceptionally mid working good" both with bis company, and hit Iieen years ago. Owing to the rapid vided for the women passengers, uud with the natrons of its lines as well good work. hnudsome new bench seats in the as Mi. Wruy. And there is probably enhancement of land vulues in thut There are two indictments tor the colored unit- no more popular young business man section since thut time, he was able murder, returned by the grand jury, white men's and to make about $9,000 profit when against ing rooms. in SUnfoid than he. For almost 15 he decided to sell out. They had one ngninst Wnllin, and one iudiet John Heuiv. Most of the other among jenrs he has been in complete charge ."00 acre, which Kyle Itohou, who is MARKSBURY of the plant in Stunford, nnd this one of the largest und most promimen's ore "for Miiall ollensc. county, uml bns hud a very large tbetn obtaining muuey under false will withMrs. J. A. Rankin, who has been part in the satisfactory growth nent farmers lit thut section, pretenses, practicing dentistry battery, in n sanitarium at Cincinnati for which the biisinesi has shown dur- now farm by himself. out a license, assault and lloth of the Itohou boys are sons for several weeks fur neivous prostrating Unit period. one against Anders.m Cnrr, Sr.. 'of that splendid and genial, true old for ion has returned very much iuiptov-e- d raving whiskv uhmi his premises Mr. Wrny anil wife nnd two inter- southern gentleman. Dr. Tom Dohou, in health. esting little daughters will leave next who numbers In? friends by his acpurposes of hale, nnd two against Iin-castMrs. Noah Man.ec went to Anderson Our, Jr.. one for assault week to make their future home in last week to be with uei Dalit ille, and the heartiest good quaintances. batteiy and the other for esand indict-wedaughter Miss Mutuie Lee who was wishes of everyone will go with caping from, an officer. Au HUSTONVILLE was returned against the Ar- taken suddenly ill. them. The wife of Dr. Kaukin died at mour drummer, 11. K. Christie, The depnrtuie of Mr. Wruy will W. J. t'lark. Siiterintendcnt of the week. charging illegal voting. Practically a hospital in Cincinnati lust not only the loss of a splenKeutuekv A. H. C. und W. K. Fraee, to Her remains were brought back for prote accommodating nil of these cases will go over and popular .Siiierinteiident of the Kentucky Bifamily burying did, will interment in ,,4he the Mav term of court, as there telephone official, but he "will be ble School, will Itold an institute for the ground. ,.ot lie "time to try nt this term in I'ythian circle, the Lincoln County A. M. C. nt the gieatly missed Mr. Vick Sunder, lias the sympaicmninder of the week, which for there is no nior,. enthusiastic Hustouville Christian church on in the the term, being given over to thy of the entire comunity Knight in the county than he, and he March li and 7. Fixe or six very unexpected death of bis wife who civil docket. the has taken great interests in the plans interesting lectures will he delivered '" died nt her home oil 1nt Tuesday for the K. P. fair to be held here the by these men. nnd the night lectures Formal appointment of I Mp. ningto,, as Master Commissioner and morning at 4 o'clock. Mr. and latter pail of August. Mr. Wrny is ill be illustrated with stereopticou as Trustee of the Sanders united in marriage about one of the best judges of horses in W. W. Saunders, tiews. All workers in the county Judge Har- twelve months ago and had erected Juiv Fund, was made by this pait of the state, and will be are urged to be present to hear these cottage on the farm din last week. The resignation of it neut little Mr. William Sanders greatly missed in horse circles here. lender. George D. Florence as Commission- of his fiither, ray s It is understood that Mr. living only two Jesse Herrin who is attending er and W. R. Dilli'in us trustee, were where they had been successor line will be li. S. Jackson school in l.ouistille passed through and the appoint- week before her death. She leaves hied and accepted young a little baby several days old. A who has been manager of Ihr com- neve Thursday en unite to I.ibeity. ments of these two popular slmrl service was helil at ill" ."Tlive pany's j tin lit at Muufoidville. tCy. democrat made . grand jury Wednesday morning nt 11 o clock Miss Priscilln Xewbern left Monreport of the The final .. . !.... - n.l in th tainenster cemetery where n STANFORD SCHOOL HONOR day for a visit to M(ss Georgia me court josi as made to ROLL FOR FEBRUARY large concourse of relatives and N'ewboiii nt Iviioxville. journment, read as follaws. hud gathered to pay their flieuds Jury's Report Sam Kniiis retained to lndiaua-poti- s Grand Priniarj. Jennie Itaruelt, Sara last tnliilte of respect. Friday nfter a short visit to Hon. Charles A. Hardin, Judge To Kincaid, James Mr. Ciisiifv sold to Mr. Uon of liar- - Heel., Katheriue ot the Lincoln Circuit Court.. Paxtou, Miuy l.om-- e Stone. Annette lelatives heie. .i pair of wink mules for -, Mis, KtMie T. Carpenter kas the We. the Urond Jury tor Hie ren Wrny, l.ucile Walker, would rcspec.fi. - j' tuiiry term. 1012. Guide 1. I'ddie Itiuce Itaiigh-ma- uuist of Mrs. Kate McKinney lat f t'niiieiii-el- i, ly ,e,Kt that we have etamu.ed Uei Adolph Frances week. p jail and public buddings. We fun lief, and Mr- -, Wtalt .Montgomery Fish. Mart C. tioeker. Miuy G. Pow"then, in good sanitary condition and 0() l.'O lb ell. Adelaide Proctor. I.eliu C. Itaney of Moreland, were present r.t the Timcle and Sou sold .. ..it t I'd.. ...unit . oftices. so rere wen s.ci " Guided school entertniniiient Mr. .lolinnn of Hojtj for Frances Tate. to hit esti- shoals to far as we have been able Guide '2.- - Josephine Uooch, Cath-eiin- c Saturday afteriionu. j 4 ccnsK mate, are well kept and no complaint HiMily, l.ucile Carter, Gladys Horn, to flic wife of Mrs. Jim Miss Xiuicy Cooper, of near Moie-liiufrom nny source in regard to any ' Sm'hI:s a jjiil. Arnold, Margie I.tuii, Arnold Rama delightfully enlertuined them luive been piesenled In use. sey, Mamie Hutchinson. Margaret number of friends last Friday evenWe find the belfiy on the court-lloils- e Wiii'MMi, Margaret ing. MARRIAGE LICENSES Petlus, ene!sed with glass sash, Henry Davis, James Haiighmau, On Sunday morning the pastor of No uwttltT wlu'thor tohiu'iMi U up llauglimau, Hciinuu Willi. which muffles the sound of th,. bell. the I'rcsbvteii.in church uiinounc- .,, ..w .. the sasli nr Jitwn,,, In"-- . Iiii'li m lnu. tlm innr- ... We would recommend that ...f.. Grade -- ..Mary Hrackett, George t tlmt lffv. C. W. Sommerville. D. Im- removeil Hiid that ventilation lie riaue market ulways continues good F. I'airis, Joe Giimcs, Thclnm Po- wD of Xennessee. had again promi-el- l. County Clerk .ili.iiini,..! in order that the Milllld in Lincoln county. . Mary Pettus, Margaret Shanks, d,,, protiaeteil j. j.ery.,,,. recently if the bell mav be heanl a reason It'oooer has been keiithusv William Tnle, l.ucile Witters, Louise ineetine to be held in that church sible distalKV from the courthouse issuing licenses ,to those who wish Waters, Joseph Walter. beginning August 18th. Dr. SommerU'ii ri..Mitiinunil- that the Fiscnl in wvil. Him -fnlliiwiii''f, hi'iiiL' some of .... ... r '" Grade 4. Frank Coulier, Frances ville pleached heie last Summer nnd A'nui't hntc published at least once a tlt latest: Caiineuy, Mary Hill Garmaii. Janie We were nr in ri.niitv iiiiner tlh fiiiHilcial l Miltnn Dver. n ''! 'J 7 nml Miss locker, Daisy l.uiisfoul, Sophia was universally liked. much pleased with the announcestatement of the condition of the Clilorti llucliaiiau, aged IK. both of Saunders, Sadie Wenren. ment. county, showing receipts mill expeu - ( - ,.y countt, to lie married at Ifev. Grade ". Mary Beck, Klirahcth Mr. and Mrs. Howard Caniuit. re. dituief., outstanding iiidehtedne-- s and ('ri.p's on March '2nd. Fruu-c- i, Carter. Tilden Coper, Thelmn turned from u plensnut visit to relaI.'oheits, lit and Miss and liabilities that tlu'pub- CharU's resources Itnchel Hill, Heath Severance, lie mav know the financial conditio,, neoigiu Adanis, 18 a daughter of John Iteid McKinney, Annette Wenr- tives in Louisville. Mr. Charlie Back is out again af'Mr. and Mrs. Ftank Adams. They en. of the county. 'r with a We desire to exptess our nppre- - Were made one at the home of John Grade (i. N'aucy K. McKinney, ter suffering two weeks ense of ilieunuitini. ciation of the prompt services nnd Roberts on the 27th of Fcbruqry. Leonard Ballard. Annie K. Powell, rendered by Armstrong Todd, '2'2, and Mis Annie Craig. trealnu'iit courteous Clarence Lnnham, of Chicago, was - Com Sims, LM, who were nmrried at Sheijfr W. I.: MeCnity and his depnlo'ie hist week v'Mti; friends. Guide 7. Matsy Grimes, 'Ntdlie ties. iThe piompt sen ic of sub- - McKinney. on February '21st. W. Hill. Lei tie W. McKinney, Jean Sam MKiuney w:i in Louisville (leonre llislion, '2J, ami Miss Delia Paxtou, Adelia Bnsel, Henly Cash, Inst week. lies aiMeil materially in uie Tiiinhlc, "2li, who were united in inar-- Joe T. Kinbry, Hurtwell Shanks, woik we haw done. Joe W. Bout spent last Thursday ...... ... . .mi, n ... nr l..., iA liiii.n in ki'ssioii eiiflit ..I ill 1I.... .. nt l..iiit .in til.. ITili.. Maurice Tucker. imr .i t at Bottling Green. slays liml have returned 07 true bills Arnold, Kiln Grade 8. Mnude Jitso,, Wesley of I.ibeity passed -- .f indictments. Itespoctfully submit-- ; READING AT CRAB ORCHARD KicbiMiheigcr, Jesse llocker James through here Tuesday en route to ted. W. II. P.railv. Foreuian, A. (V Tlibble, Gertrude Gaines. Danville. .Sine, Clerk. Miss McNewmar To Give Entertain tiiAnnie D. McHobett.-'- , .Milton .McCouuack has returned ment at Baptist cnurcn Bessie Moore, Cruig, M. Sal.ie from a brief visit to M. L. Kim- PLEASANT POINT .Mamie Singleton. brougli of Lexington. Miss Henlnh V McN'eninr, a cole- B.iughmnii, Kffie Sophomoic Miss Cora Mae Goode i visiting i;. (i. dillihiiid has the Misouii briited nnd inleiiled lender, will giv Mm inn (iiimcs. Win. Giimcs, Bobeit Mis Hettie Miller, of Danville Orch- 1VW. 'nil euterlniumeiit nt the Crnb Carter, tjiiiucy Ciuiuun. Miss .Mnrgarct McCoimack was in Mr. Jacob N'nuce is very ill with nid llnntist chtirch. Saturday even Jiiuior-'-.lam- cs Huriy Dnuville shopping Tneday. t'oopcr, but is thought to bo ing, next, March '2nd. The proceeds Iteinhart. Sio'eimionia fever I huge crowd uttended the high of the evening will W foi the bene1illr nt this wiitimr. fiist-chis- s Scuioi Moriisou Hiiiiht, Hnriis Sntuiday Hudson, dhe of the school library. Prof. fl. Coleuiiiu. Willie Moore, John Kvn school entertainment last fit Mr."W. afternoon. carpenter, is Hearing Uie completion JR. Kveiett nnd his able corps of Hilton, Win. Mi Cm ly. Mary M. Ma- Gadherry Mr. and Mrs. James of u room to Squire Singleti! k resi- - (assistants aic doing n splendid woik ithenv, John M. II. Wntcis. were "iiests of F.llishurg friends tlie, .nt the Crab Orcluud Uraded school If nee which, adds wondei fully to . Saturday. I nnd this cuterttiiniiieut is given in llooks of the house. The "Child's Welfnre'1 movemeiu young men, order to raise n sligjit fund to us- Two of our prominent .ehullengcd the uttrntion of, HOW COLD CAUSES lllie nnd Jess Routeti have gone to sist the library work which lias so has KIDNEY DISEASE thoughtful people everywhere. Moth- been deficient. far rtooaington, Ind. Partly by driving blood from the will bo ers nre natural suppoiters. and will Miss MeNemnr's leadings IfiM Maude Brown has been vis- Com- - Miiface and congesting the kidneys, t'rpm "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage find in Foley's Honey nnd Tar Itintr friend at Eubank, of Ken- pound n most vuluable aid. Coughs und pnitly by throwing too much I' The ule at W. B. King's wan welt Patch." and "Aunt Jane Foley Pills upon them. unchecked lean to work kUenital, eonidenng the un,favor- - tucky," both of which, are very nnd cold that and pneumonia strengthen the kidnej. give tone to selections, and it is believ- croup, bionchitis popular ay. IM yield quickly to the healing and the urinary organs and restore t,h .ugene Watt and Misses Maude ed thnt she will be greeted by a They ciowded house. Everyone is urged soothing qualities of Foley's Honey normal action of the bladder. ttMon ana ieia sunn pnv ou- Shugurs and nre touic in notion, quick in results. most nud Tar Compound. with Hhh l.aara to be present and help this IV 'afternooa Try them. Shugars aud Tanner. Tanner. , worthy cause. n. V rVHUM K. JURY RETURNS PAINTING FREIGHT DEPOT PHONE COMPANY SENDS HOMER WRAY TO DANVILLE CALL FOR ROOSEVELT MEETING AT LANCASTER SIXTY-SEVE- N . "':.,- Club Will Be Organized In Garrard County at Mass Meeting Sat- urday. Afternoon Lancaster, Ky., Feb. 'M. call has been issued for a meet ing of republicans of Garrard conn- Saturday, ilurcli L'nd, for the purpose uf organizing The call is sign n Itoosevelt Club. ed oy hundreds of the leading republicans of the county, uud reads us follows: Call for Roosevelt Club Republican We, the undersigned voters of Gurrurd County fuvor the nomination of Theodore Itoosevelt, for President uf the United States, and urge ull other itepublicaus uf this county who favor his nomination to join us iu a, mass meeting ut the Court House at Lancaster, Ky., on Saturday 12nd, ut l:'M o'clock P. M., for the purpose uf a Itoosevelt Club, aud of devising ways and means whereby we may secure for him the endorsement of tjie Republican Comity Contention which meets at Lancaster, Ky., April o, J9P2. J. D. Carter, Andy Conn, J. K. Hammond, No all Muisee, Jr., A. B. Wymi, J. P. ! latum, B. K. Brouddus, Cronley Broaddus, J. A. Merriman, A - com-pun- Bo-liu- er Nelson Mursee, J. C. Meadows, A. J. G. S. Meadows, Greenlief, J. K. com-plet- ..., inil-liii- ( n, " ;t-- d, ..-- , . k-i- fr ...-..-.- - Chestnut, It. II. J. W. Simpson, Bob Simpson, Kd Chandler, A. II. n, A. F. Thompson, W. Boss Bastin, P. Hurt, Sale Hurt, Wesley King, W. B. Grow, Lewis Noel, Jim Logan, Shird Hay, John F. Marsce, W. I. Long. Albert Church, Jesse Faulconer, Win. Burnett, Perry Long, Noah Mursee, J. A. Sawder, W. A. Moherly. Jonah Marsee, Andy Figg, Jaire.s Hood, Tom Evans, Joe Johnson, George Morgan, Kphraim Denny William Dunn, Louis Faulconer, Hownul lliu Ian, Henry Turpin, Geo. W. Iavell, John Floyd, Wheeler Anderson, Louis Ynntis, Cicero Hum-be- r, Wm. McFenan, Jack Floyd, Heniy Chndwell, Lon Miller, A. C. Bcazley, Boss Hutchinson, Willium Kavinaugli, Henry Overstreet, J. W. Sinipsoii, Kinnuird Dorton, J, II. Turner. Robert Strange, Joe Turner, t, J. T. Mn i see, John Turner, Ben W. II. Sowders, Geo. Hood, Klbeit Calico, Geo. Marsee, K. F. Agee. Phillip. Joseph. J. B. Carry, Alvin Sam IVather, Charles Ko-- s. Thomas. James prather. Thoinns Hume, W. M. Long. Henry Yates, Jake Delaney, P. A. Anderson, Herbert Whittnker. Itobct Noel, Wm. Hint. P. K. Fowlie. Chas. Cieecb, S. W. Creech, J. L. Coldiron, Ben F. Titus, Henry Duncan, Jim Over-sice- t, William Wallace, Leslie Perkins, Charley Dunn, Alex Anderson, nuis Henzley, Shirley Sadler, Klins St uu it, John L. Brooks, Bert Kavi-n- a ugh, Ras Dunn, Charles Owen, Dan Bogie, Jesse Myers, J. B. Williams. W. M. Simpson. Klin Mathes, J. B. Bourne. Win. tinker. A. J. Payne. James East, James Wave, A.'K. Milton Estes. W. L. V. G Dickeison, J. raj son, Geo. Crow, Hii-ti- Bout-wrigh- 1 Grow. A. II. K- -t ridge, M. F. Lcd-fou- l. James J. 1). Miller. Thomas, Henry Hurt, v. se-ve- Fu-him- J. W. Miller. J. C. Rigs-bS. C. Itigsby, W. II. Willitore, Wm. C. Hutchings. Matt Collitt. I. J. Hollzclaw. O. II. Vanhook, J. I). Wynn. C. L Hulett. C. Perkins, G. II Pollard, Jaekman Byer, Joseph W. Ilnvt, C. It. Joseph, Chas. Sutton, J. F. Foley. Clint Hicks, Gran Anderson. II.' C. Bailey, S. W. Moss. Coy Mead Tenter. Irvin S. Sanders. Simpson. Kemp Walker, J. T. Bancy, Dr. K. Evans. B. II. Hnlcouib. K. D. Owens, Wm. It. Mathews. Rob. Jesse Brock. J. W. Baker, D L. Gabbard. W. II. Mahaffe, Thomas Oaks, .1. W. Walker. Kirby Tenter, Win, . C. Hoskiiis. Jim t'asev. Hol-com- b. j i Simpson. Henry Tenter. 0. Mm-gan- M. Green, ' I , " Mori is Calico, Daniel East, James . W. 0. MorMoberly. U. A. gan. W. T. Rnyse. A. M. Bishop, Alex Wnlker. J. B. Super. A. F. San-- J ders. D. White Marse. C. I). Powell, S. N. Davis. Thomas Chnppell. W. It. Moss. T. M. Howard. A. II. Itagaii. C. T. Biiimiuctt, D. T. Biuuunelt, Herbeit Bishop, P. F. Sowder, Rob-e- it L. Meadows, J. ('. Cricillis, A, L. . Joe Cricillis, J. Bniiil. I'. 0. M. Ciicillis. Ciit Meadows. John '. Most., 'Smith Hurt, II. S. Gray, Clay, ton Marsee, Ansel Meadows, James Durham. W. II. Pnrks Bruce Sowov. 0. Ti. Sowder. Arthur L. Young. Jim. Mill-see- Oaks, John Forbes, Clayton W. E. Hendriekson. J, T. Hicks, J. W. Simpson, Yinnard, Hurt Walter Humphery, W. A. Dorton, VY. T. Doolin. W. E. Whittaker, Mitch Lane, C. V. Napier. C. B. Udford. W. B. Moss. Jr., VY. U. Pmupbry, Hum-phery, '. Hendriekson, J. S. Johnson, Jr. $8,000 DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF It. J. llendren, 0. II. Ilcndreii, J. W. PART OF MANS HEEL Piiinphry, Jiimes Hutchinson, Sum Cotton, Joe Pclluiuii, It. S. ltrown. Awarded By Jury In Circuit Court J. F. Hollzclaw, H. V. Bastin. Wednesday Against Cincinnati LIQUOR INTERESTS Southern Railroad. MEDDLE IN LEGISLATION One of the largest (lanugo verdicts In Connection With Primary Law tendered in the Lincoln county cir Causes Them to Get a Body cuit court, in n long time, everything considered, was handed down Blow n House. by a jury Wednesday when W. E. Goode, of the West Kud of the coun The lower Houe of the Legisty, was1 given judgment against th lature gave the liquor interests n Cincinnati Southern railroad for $S,- stinging blow Wednesday when it 000. Mr. Goode hud u small pott ion defeated the bill introduced by Reof the heel of his right foot cut off presentative E. B. Thompson, of in a switching accident in the yard Rockcastle, looking to the repeal of of tlie company nt Ludlow, while I the law prohibiting the shipment of working an a passenger brakemau, liquor from any point iu the state and brought suit in the court here, into "dry territory." The vote was this county being his home. 47 to 39. Suit was brought for 15,000 In the speeches on the hill, one damages against the railroad comparticularly, that of Representative pany, the attorneys for Mr. Goode Elwood Hamilton, brought out the being Robert Harding and Emmett well known fact that the liquor lob- Puryenr of Danville and T. J. Hill. by takes a hand in legislation of al- Jr., of this city. The railroad was most every kind. represented by Judge J. VV., Alcorn He said thnt he might have voted and K. S. Alcorn. The case was a for the bill "were it not for the fact very hard fought one, the plaintiff that the whisky lobby is constantly contending that it was through no meddling: in legislation that does fault of bis own thnt the injury to not concern the liquor interests." him occurred, but negligence of the He charged that the liquor interests rjilrond'ss employe On the other took a hand in the diiect primary hand Hie railroad introdnced many bill while it was pending in the Sen- witnesses to prove that it was ate, resulting in its passage by that througii Goode'.s own carelessness body with nu amendment providing that he met with the accident. that primaries already called shall The jury which rendered the vernot be affected by the bill when en- dict was composed of Messrs. J. R. acted, which of course, was done for Woods, T. W. Hutchison, S. T. Harthe benefit of Congressman Camp- ris, J. C. Eubanks, E. J. Tanner, Jos bell Cantrill, notorious for years as Phelps, T. J. Dudderar, Wm. Stone, a lobbyist for the liquor interests. J. M. Gooeh, Garner Price, F. O. "If the liquor people .would cease Baugh, and Albert Starapfley. meddling in matters thnt do not con. Attorneys for the railroad entercern them," he said, "and stop mak- ed a motion that the court set aside ing deals looking to the interests of the judgment as excessive, when the some candidate for Congress or oth- court convened Thursday morning. er office, with the understanding The Judge took the motion under thnt certain liquor measures would advisement, nnd may hear argument be put over the plate, I would feel upon same.. more like considering some) of the Another Damage Suit liquor bills more carefully." Mr. Hamilton charged that repreAt the conclusion of (he Goode sentatives of the liquor interests of damage suit, the court took up the the state arrived iu Frankfort the case of Mrs. Spears, also of the night before the direct primary bill West End against the Cincinnati came up for action upon it in the Southern railroad. Mrs. Spears, Senate and that they assisted in en- through her attorneys Harding and gineering the deal whereby the con- Rowling of Dnnville, and T. J. Hill gressional primary called for March asked for $10,00 damages for 16 in the Seventh district is to be injuries alleged to have been susallowed to stand. tained when a horse she was driving 'frightened ut one of defendant's trains, causing him to run away and J. W. PERRIN throw her out of the vehicle in which she was riding. It is alleged that Away at Anderson, Ind., Passes Mrs. Spears was iu a delicate conIllness. dition at the time of the accident and the shock to her system was News was received here this week such that she became very ill, nnd is of tho death at Anderson, Indiana, still in a nervous condition. of J. W. Perrin. for many years a The jury reported Friday mornStanford, but who, with icsident of ing n verdict awarding Mrs. Spears his family, had made his home at $3,000 damages for her injuries. Anderson for the past several yenr. Mr. Perrin had been in had health for some time and news of his death BR0DHEAD was not unexpected by his many friends here, for they felt that tired Miss Tempest Ward was over frooa untitle could not survive the continu- Richmond first of the week. al strain upon it. Mis. J. M. Roberts is visiting her Mr. Peri in had been engaged in sister. Mrs. L. It. Hilton, in Stanford grocery business for n number of this week. years. He wa n faith fill member Victor Francisco is in Paris. church, and the of the Christian is attending-schoo- l who John Benton pastor there conducted the funeral nt Lexington was here first services. He is survived by his wife of the week. who is n sister of Mrs. W. II. S. E. Chandler, of Marctsburg, and W. K. Winner, of this bought J. J. McCall's interest in city, nnd seven children, several of on Negro Creek for 1,250. Mr. them being about grown. Mr. Peri- furm 'Mr. Chandler moved to hw new highly esteemed nnd likl! Mn"1 home lust week. ed in Stanford and his many friends her mothMis Kit Harris here will mourn that he is no more er in Richmond last week. Siuoi !ier return she bus been very ill. SINGLETON CALDWELL Chas Lyons wns up from Junction City Saturday on business. g Mr. und Mrs. J. D. Cnrter nre Chnrles W. Singleton 20 and Miss iu Wilmore, Millie Caldwell 1 drove to Stunford Dr. T. M. Frith is expected home l." nnd weie Tlmisday I'Yliuiui.t united in the holy bonds of matri- Saturday, to spend it few dnyj. lluirv l.vons, of Loiidan, war the mony nt the St. Asnph Hotel by Rev J. B. Joue. The bride is tho pretty guest of Miss Tempest Wnrd, Mr. App Taylor died very sud nnd attractive daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. I). W. Caldwell nnd the groom denly last Saturday morning nt hi is the son of Mr. und Mrs, mi Sin- home in Maretshurg and was Inineii Mondat. A wife nnd six children y gleton. Immediately nfter the wns performed the happy cou- surtive. V ple returned to the home of the bride's parents where u sumptuous C. A Glossuer, 24 Ontario SU supper awaited them. Among those Rochester, N. Y hac recovered from present weie: Mr. and Mrs. D. N u long und seteie attack of kidney Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Cnld-wel- trouble, bis cure being due to Foley Mr. nnd Mrs. Roscoe Whecldon, Kidney Pills. After detailing hU Misses Este Caldwell, Cora and case, he says: " I urn only sorry I Eva Singleton, Messrs, Wallace did not learn sooner of Foley Pill. Reynolds, Egbert Caldwell, Roy und In a few days' tiau my backache Oliver Singletou, Everett Cluuneh completely leftjne an t folt greatand Edgar Wheeldon. A number uf ly improved. My kidnaya became left na and I their friends gave them an old fash- Mrnnser, dizzy ioned chivarri which every one was no longer annoyed at night. I seemed to enjoy. Their many friends feel 100 iter cent better siue.a uauc Bbufara join ia wishing them a happy and Foley Kidney pills." -. Tanner. prosperous life. C. ingering vi-it"is-itin-.11 cere-monl, :i ii slls ?! frwsafeaM a( . THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. by the Senate nnd Home of Representatives of the county unit extenOr the woman who experiences bol flathea nothing la ao good lo tooth, quiet sion bill, the diicct primary election and calm the nervoua tytlem aa pure glyceric extract ot aative medical plants, Established 1172 which hat been told by druggists lor the patt forty bill, the department of banking bill and made without alcohol, known at Doctor Pierce't Favorite Prescription, la r mr.it favorably the prison reform bill. Four of younger years tome women tuner Irom dizziness, or fainting tpeltt, hysteria, HELTON M. SAUPLEY,... Publisher nnd these symptomsc--l Irregularity the most important pledges made in headache, burin. down feelings and pain. All Prescription and female disturbance are relieved by the ute ot this (amout platform the fl A YEAR TRICTLY IN ADVANCE been late Democratic nnd there ishnve nf rlnsanai Piamta cv-- v complied with, Aa powerful, Invigorating tonio " Favorite Pretcriptlon " impart ttrtnglh reason to believe that the other to the whole tyttem, and in particular to the organt distinctly feminine. ntered at th rettofflce at Bun- "run-down"worn-out,- " debilitated For pledges referred to in the Democratora second claaa mall. teachen, millinert, drettmakeri, teamttrettet, tnop-giric platform will be enacted into law r, nursing motherland feeble women generally, the adjournment of the presit it an excellent appetizing cordial and restorative tonie. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. before writes Mas. LtWA IIcDon-At-"Mr disease was aIW rttroTrtton."nervous chills and numb spells ent sesioii of the Lcgislutme. of Mecosta, Mir h.. Route 1. "I bad and the 1& V "I preferred that the prion reand they wmiWIeaTe me Very weak. Then I had Inflammation with our For Comonwealth's Attorney. doctor said I had a floating; kidney . I dtwlomJ aeren months but I form bill should be family physician. Il said I would hava to have an pperatten. JThen I three bottles of After itoptd taking his medicine. nervous taking or weak spells. Dr. Plerca t Emmelt Puryear, of Boyle, an- recognized thnt, under our ConstiI am better chills have not had any medicine , nounces his candidacy for common-wealth- 's tution, we have three de than for years. rm nvcnjvKm win w. Mr dSUgnier IS now usingAttorney of the Thirteenth partments, the executive, the judicial Golden Medical Discovery. alo the, 'Pellets foe nervousness and weak, tlrad fellns:. These remedies hsva held her ever so mark In a short Circuit Court District, subject to the and the legislative, each independO time, Wa hava ureal faith in your rnadlclnre for female troubles. ! the Democratic party. action of ent of the other; nnd when the legisoowvi nnutn, Dr. Ptttrn't praaaear mim maucm mm ajo, McDonald. lative department, without, being re For County Judge. quested by me, passed the prison re Report of the Condition of T. A. Rice announces his candiof their ilk. If the decision were to lull without the the dacy for County Judge of Lincoln form which wns not required by be left to primaries in every state National Bank of Hnstnville county, subject to the action of the fenture, the Democratic platform, but which of the union, wc believe that there democratic party. of candi contained three important points would be absolutely no doubt M. F. North announces his nomination. As it is, At Hutonvil!e, in the state of KenRoosevelt's dacy for County Judge of Lincoln that I advocated as iudispentible, to controlling Relieving the Legislature with the officeholders tucky, nt the close of business, Febcounty, subject to the action of the wit: the party organization almost evcry- from electing Prison Commissioners; Democratic party. ruary '20, 1912. giving to the governor the authority wheie, it looks to us that the Lion For Jailer. Hunter is in for some mighty hard Resources: m Peyton Parrish announces his to appoint, nnd terminating the pres sledding. He has the disadvantage Loans nnd discounts ...f 116,819 45 eandidacy for Jailer of Lincoln ent prison system, which both politi- of having the third-terbugaboo, Overdrafts, secured nnd unO county, subject to the action of the cal parties had condemned, I be- nnd the Federal machine to oversecured 410 37 lieved it my duty to approve the Democratic party.. come, nnd wc look to see Taft re- I. S. Bonds to secure cirGeorge DeBorde announces his prison reform bill as it had passed culation candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun both houses with large majorities. I nominated, after n bitter conflict. 50,000 00 ty lubject to the action of the demo was encouraged to do this because But, whoever is nominnted, we ex- Prein-- . on U. S. Bond . 400 00 pect to see defeated by the demo- Blinking linii-- e fur. k fix .2, 900 00 cratic partv. Dink Farmer is a candidate for only eleven days remain of the cratic nominee in November. Due from NHtinnnI Banks present session and if I fail to apJailer of Lincoln county subject to prove the prison reform bill which (Not reserve agents) 16,420 01 the action of the Democratic party. authorizes the Governor to nppoint The Adair County Xews, publish- Due from approved reserve agent 16,665 95 William H. Hester announces his three Pnson Commisioners, it is ed in one of the new counties which candidacy for Jailerjof Lincoln coun probable there will be no change the Legislature is adding to the Check, and other cash 8 15 Item ty subject to the action of the demo- in the prison system which has been Eighth district, says that it will be Notes of other Notional cratic party. parties. mighty hard for anyone to defeat condemned by Every Departmeit this big store cHtribites to this sale and that Banks 1,390 00 "In my lengthy public life I do not Congressman Harvey Helm in the For Matistrate Fractional Paper Currency, yoi may fanisl. yoir kose complete or biy aiy needed article aid J. T. Robert announces his can- recall that any Legislature of Ken- primary next August. Editor Har266 05 Nickels and cents tucky has enacted laws of greater ris generally keeps pretty well postdidacy for Magistrate in the Stan Lawful money reserve in what yoo expected to pay. save ofle-fHr- th to tie-ka- lf ford district, subject to the action of importance than have been enacted ed on things political, and in this Banks viz: by the present Legislature, and 1 prediction, he again hits the nail on the Democratic Party. Congressman Helm will Specie ....9,030 00 0- Wm. F'elds announces his candi- believe your constituents will both the head. Legal-tendapprove nnd applaud tne action not be defeated next August, for the dacy for Magistrate in the Stanford Notes .. 780 00 9,810 00 district, subject to the action of the you have taken. 1 recommend that democrats of this district will ap- Redemption fund with U. S. preciate nil too well the splendid you, as speedily as possible, enact Democratic Party. : Treasurer (5 per cent of cirJ. P. Eads announces his candidacy into law the remaining pledges of work he has- been doing for the culation 2,500 00 country, to retire him just as he apfor Magistrate in the Stanford dis- the Democratic platform. "Having performed your duties so proaches the most useful portion of trict, subject to the action of the cents per yd A solid oak dining room chair with .rit ticking, at 27 TOTAL $217,589 98 faithfully in the legislation to which his career. And we want to assure Democratic party. genuine leather slip seat for $1.95 42 inch fancy nets at . .25c per yard I have referred. I now call your at- the stalwart democrats of Casey Liabilities: tention to the finnncial condition of and Adair, who are just cowing inA Mlid oak pedestal extenion table 9x12 Axinm-te- r $1415 nigs The Louisville Times and the the State, which shows that Sen- to democratic congressional comCapitol stock paid in ...$50,000 00 with 54 inch quarter awn top viciously-proddinCourier-Journhave been A good grade ls ators and Representatives should pany, after wandering lo, these Surplus fund f cnrjet 10,00(1 00 $I9.M for Gov. McCreary because he pass no appropriation bills except many years in the darkness of re55c per yard at Undivided profits, less expen has not made a personal plea to the thofce which are absolutely neces- publicanism, that they can make no A pair of crira curtains 2 2 y Is ses nnd taxes paid .. 1,310 32 A number of 75c and 50c puttrrnx Members of the legislature to pass a sary." mistake in falling in solidly behind National Bank notes out- V long for $1.35 per pal 25c of vail I'HIhts nt law providing for a The governor then gives a report Lincoln county's able son, who is jft r.nn on ctnti.itti.. board to control the state peniten- of the condition of the state treas- doing such a great work for his peo. VV j nv, 31 21 Due t0 tiaries. As the latter named paper ury, furnished by Auditor Bosworth, pie, Due to State and Private These are just a few items taken at random from our stock in different dedid not sapport the gopernor at all which shows that the state is in Banks and Bankers . 199 67 in his campaign, in his race for gov- debt exactly $328,416.63. partments. Take a day off and spend it with us during March come COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Individual deposits subject ernor, naturally he has paid scant early in the month when stocks are complete your savings will repay you. to check 100,13S 78 attention to its gratuitous advice. Lincoln Circuit Court. j The republican party is in for the However, in a message to the GenTOTAL ?217,589 98 51. C. Dclk, admr nnd etc., eral Assembly on Wednesday, the hnrdest fight it has known in a quar vs GeoTge Estes and etc., De clearly and frankly sets ter of a century, with the friends Goernor State of Kentucky, County of Lin. coin es foTth his position in the matter, of Taft nnd Roosevelt lining up fendants. Notice of Sale. against each other to capture the which ought to satisfy every I. J. W. Hocker. Cashier of the Pursuant to n judgment of sale above named bank, do solemnlv man that he hns taken emi- nntional convention nt Chicago on nently the proper position in the June 24. The former president has heretofore rendered in the above swear that the above statement is . premises throughout the whole af- projected himself into the campaign styled caue, the undersigned will on true to the best of by knowledge is.' and belief. J. W. HOCKEU Cashier, The motive of this special with nil of the impetuosity which fair. March 22, 1912 has characterized his every public at about 2 o'clock I. M. in front of message was to urge especial econoSubscribed and sworn to before M my by the legislature in its passage action, while the present president the court house door in Stnnford, me this 27th tiny of February 1912. of appropriation bills. The gover- has set nbont preparing his minions Ky., offer for sale at public outcry ! W. Hoskins, Notury Public. My GREAT DISCOVERY without question or quibble return Iwcck. nor points out the fact that the state of war in n manner which shows on a credit of 6 months to the commission txpiiis February, 19, every cent paid us for it. e pnnt Miss Ella Jesbwein is still going to is carrying a heavy debt, inherited thnt he and his friends realize the highest and best bidder the real es- - 1910. from the preceding republican ad- seriousness 01 tne untiertnKing Attest s Edward Alcorn. Certain Ingredients That Really Pro- - this guarantee on every bottle. It German school nt Ottcnheim. tate hereinafter described. has effected a, positive cure in U3 The fiiniicru union arc doing jj't them. They are oiling up the A tract of land on the waters W G. Cowan, J. V. Powell. Direc- ministration, and from the tenor of Mote Hair Growth When Proper cent of enses whero put to a fine 111 tin-- . MTtion good old Federal machine as she Green river in Lincoln county, Ky., tors his remarks one may well judge that perly Combined. Mi-. practical test. Annie Crow is back from he will use the veto ax vigorously has not been greased in many a year bounded on the north bv the lands Itexall "'J3'' Hair Tonic is entirely Mound, Tenn. well upon all appropriation and the stenm roller is going to be of Enoch Bamett; on the East by nnd DECIDE YOURSELF Resorcin is one of the raot effec- unlike, and we think, in every Mi Emile (teuton went to Cinmeasures which are not of absolute doing overtime work between now the lands of Worth McWhorter; on tive germ destroyers ever discovered better than anything else wc cinnati and is working in her necessity at this time. He urgently and convention time. the south by Green river, and on the The opportunity is Here, Backed by science, nnd in connection with know of for tho purpose for which it suggests that it were well to The fight seems to us to be large west by the lands of Dr. Wesley, By Stanford Testimony Mr. Louis Long visited his parget the state out of debt before pil- ly a question of whether the federal containing 27 4 acres, more or !eta Nnpthol, which is both germici- is prescribed. Wo urge you to try ap less. ing up further expenses upon an al- officeholders, who owe their dal and antiseptic, a combination i this preparation at our entire rik. ents hut has gone back to work in Don't take our word for it. ready depicted treasury. pointments to Taft, can smother the formed which destroys the germs Certainly wo know of no better guiir-nnte- e Cincinnati. TKIi.MS. Said propertv will be to give you. Remember, you Don't depend on u fctruiiger's state- which rob the hair of its natural Tank and file of sold on u credit of six months, nnd Respecting the enactment of a nsing tide of the Slim-for- d bo seem unwilling the purchaser will be required to ment. number of bills which liuve alrendy (heir purty nourishment, nnd also creates a clean can obtain Rcxall remedies at only at our store The Reinll A COLD, LAGRIPPE Head Stanford endorsement. been placed before him for signature to give nn endorsement to the ex- execute bond for the purchase price which hearty condition of the sculp, ltend the statement of Stanford prevents the development of new store Penny's Drug Store. the governor says: ecutive who has proven so pliant a with approved peisonal"ecurity, AND THEN PNEUMONIA. "I congratulate you on the passage tool of Aldrich, Cannon and others payable to the undersigned, bearing citizens. germs. CHAPPELS GAP And decide for yourself. Pilocarpi!!, although not a colorsix per sent interest from date of Hero is one case of it: is too often the fatal sequence, and n ing matter or dye, is n sale, with lien retained on the land , . tn u 7,. I- .ti coughs OUU" OL, , cil, i n,1 4n B,.,,r- " says: "I ilUBIUUUigreat ingredient for restoring the hair to J of Miss Annie Crow was the guest tem that hang on wenken tho sysMiss Emma Genton last week. Stanford, Ky., used a mid lower the vital resistcnec, its natural color when the loss of having the same force and effect ns Miss Emmn Jcsswein was the FolcyV Honey nnd Tar Compound kidney remedies during hnir has been caused by n disease a judgment. This Fcbrunry 28, 1912, number of guest of Louise Crow last week. i3 n reliable mediciiio thnt stops the past three yeurs and I can say of the scalp. G. D. FLOREENCE, M. C. L. C. C. the Messrs. Charlie JesRwein, Paul cough promptly by healing; tho cause thnt Doan's Kidney Tills brought me ingredients in proper combiThese T. J. Hill, Jr., Attorney the first relief 1 received. Jly work nation, with alchoho! added as a Jcsswein, Charlie Harris. Melvin sooMioj tiio inflamed air pn?an:'" obliges me to do heavy lifting and stimulant and for its well defined Harris, Hill .Jcsswein, (rrnnvillo and checks tho cold. Keep nlwnys A German by the nnme of John stooping nnd this weakened my kid- nourishing properties, perfect per- Young nnd Joe Young were tho on hand. Rcfuso substitutes. Shu-gnMorg, died in Clinton county Inst neys. I suffered irom pain across haps the most effective remedy that guests of Miss Emma Genton last nnd Tnnner. week, said to bo 121 years old. Ho the the small of my buck thut often is known for scalp nnd hair trouis said to have had papers showing became so intense 1 wus unable, to do that he enlisted in the war of 1812 anything. 1 wus feeling iniserublo bles. We hnve a remedy that is chiefly when he was 21 years old. In early when I learned of Doan's Kidney composed of these ingredients, in lifo he was a great boxer, and per 1'ills and they were recommended so combination with other cxtTcmely in. formed many flats of strength. highly that I procured a supply ut valuable medivinnl agents. Wo guarShugars and Tanner's Drug Store antee it to positively cure dandruff YOUR This remedy gave mo instant relief and to grow hair, even though the Tb youtur motherand many an old Mrs. M. 8. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. gludly recom- tcalp in spots is bare of hair. If one. too and Order a sack from your grocer today, and we'll guarantee la often puixled to know the STOPS THAT ITCH mendfor that reason, laxaIloyce, Top, Ky., har it." vitality left in tho roots' causa of of Its child's 111 nature. They U H.given la Tip Caldwell's the only there is any that ysu wlH be pleased. We're making a great flour this sea-sDr. tive erylnr doaa not Syrup rtpaln. dealers. Price CO it will positively cure baldness or loudneaa For sale by all Indicate the seriousness of Its Tf you are suffering from Ecrema. the finest for biscuits and light bread you ever saw. trouble. It may have nothlnit more the It lias been found to anawer most perfectly Co., New York we will refund your money. TcurluaU or any other kind of skin cents. Foster-WilbuIf tho matter with It than a headache or a feeli- all the purposes of a Uxutlve, and Its very trouble, drop Into our stole for Inng- of stant relief. We will euarantee you solo agents for the United States. scalp has a glazed, shiny appear- course, general dullness. It cannot, of mildness and especially from griping deacrlbe Its feelings, but aa a recommend It freedom for the use of to atop that Itch In two seconds. Jleraember the name Dean's ance, it's nu indication that bald- firellmlnary measure you are safe In children, women, and old folks geneA 2tc trial bottle will prove It laxative. We have sold other remedies for and take no other. rallypeople who need a gentle bowel ness is permanent, but in other inNine times out of ten, you will find It stimulant. skin troubles, but none that we could of American Thouaands the child recommend more hlKhly than the well stances wo believe baldness is cur- is allpeevishnessneeds, for Its restlessness famlllea have been enthuslaatlo about It are perhaps due to ob. for more than a quarter of a century. and known compound of Oil of Winter-KTfu- x. able. Thymol and a few other atructlon of the bowela, and once that Anyone wishing to make a trial of this FIRE that have wrought such wonthe Wo want every one troubled with liaa been remedied the headache, evi- remedy before buying It In the regular luKRlahneaa and the many other derful cures all over the country. wav of a druggist at nfty cents or one SURETY BONDS scalp disease or loss of hair to try dences of constipation and Indigestion dollar a large bottle (family slxe) can This compound, known as D. D. O. will quickly disappear. will cool and heal the have a sample bottle Bent to the home Rcxall "03" ITair Tonic. If it docs Itchy, burning skin as nothlnit elau S.M.NEWLAND Don't give the little one salts, cathar- free of charge by simply addressing Dr. ran. Oet a regular bottte und Bee on or nasty tic not euro dandruff and grow hair to aot pUls purgatives,waters, for these will W. 1). Culdwell, 405 Washington HI.. y our TAN FORD, KY. otter. as and they are too Montlrello. 111. Tour nam and aVldreas the satisfaction of the user, we 'will strong for a child, in tbe families of on a postal card will de, Shuaars and Tanner. Stanford. Kv. The Iaerior Journal. For The Nervous Woman, .! OOiHOOOlBKK V0eQI6llla IBrower's lexTngton u over-worke- ," house-keepe- n. Stock Adittstiim Sale 1 . nri m both-politic- 0 0 0 0 We Do Not Propose to Keep this Merchandise Till 0 0 April if Cutting the Price Will Move it in March. 0 0 0 0 tf seais March 1st sees the Beginning of a Great. Merchandising event at this Store .People were more concerned with keeping warm this past winter than they were with buying Furniture and things. 0 RESULT We have carried over more men chandise than we should. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .... er 2 000I0B000B0I000 000I0I000I0IOO0 B.000I0I00O 0 You May Buy Here During March 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 g al Um-M-- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C. fair-mind- ed 0 0 0 00010B000101000 F. BR0WER & COMPANY LEXINGTON, KY. 000I010O010I0 0 0 0 0 0O0I01000101000 re -- Ir-di- uar-ticiil- grand-iiinllnr'- s 3-- Use Baughman's Flour and Meal NONE BETTER Flour nnt t,f well-know- 8-- 3. rs What's The Matter necaa-aarll- DIIMIST With Your Baby? m J. H. Baughman & Co, and INSURANCE STANFORD, KY. no-pa- t i ". k-- t f" '.Li J V. ,. V" ---jr- ' I "IE i INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY ' -- t-- - " - -- ' ' ANY RELATIVES HERE7 3 Ten Years fnom io-de- gr California Paper Tells of Death of Man Said to Have Been Born here Tho I. .1. reerived a copy of a Cnl., paper thia week Mnt.vrJViHo, telling fit tlic dentil of Oco. V. ltailcy wliu win snitl to lw n native of Neither Comity Lincoln county. .liiiltv Jntucs I". Hnilcy nor anyone in SMnnford to 0i6m tlio nrticlo kIiowu could identify tho Ilniloy wnt mentioned, mir cny who hla rein-tMnrc now In lliU section. Tlio HIk ikscns ih7 MMMMJPJBIN? u"g tool!) ,r N.Atil -- A I I ; - Mftwr le Cnlifornin pnper snid: Oconto Washington Iluiley, n pion-ee- d rcMilont of Sutter county, died ycMenlity nt liis liomo neiir Tudor iipcd 7fi JBrr IMKaitkl r. sU Vf" aaarrrrrrrprrrrrrrrr jjrBrr1 srr- - --lJ ooarnrr rrrrrrrr rrr rrr X x? - ML. oourrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr p 1riitY0Tnl JC"&S&&8'&?& TMMB!J ooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr ooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr E- w (CJS. J&m'Kt&i&tt ooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr jP iwwe SS" - VlC&Z-r- tJ a o Buruy tobacco cu tfieww V. tat f ?TbM - Es CSx KrZ Jv-VtyS- IA C' i rrn nrnitrnrr-'ii,"n-- rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr )fnrrnTrrn - me'M H 1IH rB Un tZFsWM y r HiH f' fjiM '99MMMMMMMJ product . lilbung; Miari W dcauks X, - n. i "I i tii'sMMM 3MMB f. Tt tM r BlL. iivp)uwill,be 41BAlMMJMJBiiR.3iVM!! nVsHsfHLSK'.VPU ImBMUjMM' tim. tnow lifter n linuerinir illneuM. lie wan a imtiT of Lincoln county, lviiitucky, wis pioiuinont niuong (he early Peltier of Sutter enmity, where lie lind milled since 1801. Ho Mr. Ilniloy yimrs 1 monlli mid lii dnys. wd contributed to tlfo welfare of tlic count v in ninny wiyn, nnd for n mini-Itof yearn was supervisor from tlio Tmlor district. lie hml raided on (lie fnriii. where nvrny ninco his nnival in lie pnti-r- d tlio county While quite yimnis li'w parent)" mov-- d frimi Kentucky to Mioitri, wheic "ltiiley rcninincil until tlic civil wir liroke out, wlien lie onliilcd in n company composed of ncoiiU and aindf", lieinj.' one of five volunteer scouts from l'elti" county, Missouri. He nrrved ns n pilot to tho army under General Fremont for nevernl months., until his enlistment expired Itnttirniiic to the home farm of MUhOiiriheremnmed there until 1HIH when he left for California, via Pnn-nmloeatinp in Slitter County. On October 10, lie married Mary K. O'l'annon. who had spent her life n unlive of Kentucky near him. She wn red red nd eJuented in er n. Ml-sottri. you start a m All thnt and more will bo Yours commence a bank account TODAY. Open "one here NOW Think of possessing your own business being independent of employers of enjoying all. this world can give to the successful man. if you OM STATE BANK & TRUST CO., much sleet nnd snow. Between the otli nnd 10th of the month an equinoxial storm will sweep over (Hogwallow Kentuckinn) In obedience to n judgment of the The mysterious varmint with large Hogwallow and vicinity, extending Lincoln circuit court rendered at the ns fur north as Tickville, and down February term 191'J, in the action of glassy eyes and a bushy tail that to Rye Straw, barely missing the ot away from Sim Flinders a short Wild Onion Katheriuu M. Warren etc against schoolhouse. The distime ago, after almost kiling seven turbance will be followed .by Mary Wurren etc., the undersigned of his dogs, reappeared in our midst attended by extreme cold MR. FARMER: Make ydur home modern for your fsVgiily ice Commissioner will, at about 1 o'- by walking into Hogwallow this mora veather. The freeze will come on residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market qustetioss clock P. M. on iug und taking n seat oa the front sudden, and all water left outdoors at any time. This can be accomplished by means of obV telephone' aatyice porch of the postoffice. The postMonday March II, especially ponds and creeks, will be which you and your neighbors can get! for a sum that ia small compredvwita (County Court Day) in front of the master at once put his signboard noti frozen stiff. In further reading of the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to Court llouso door in Stanford, Ky., fying the public that the postoffice the signs Tobe sees many other nocteadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information rcgartBng our special ' ''Farmers' Line" rate. offer for sale at public outcry to the yis closed in Itonor of Washington's bliz-7ard. rith An ordinance requiring a concrete pavement to be laid on portions of Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profits $4,098.94 Depositf $75,481 .90. W. L. McCarty Pre. M. B. Salin, Cashier. i ilv residence near Tudor Sunday raornimr February 11, at 10 o'clock under the nuspices of Enterprise Iiod- -f No "O.'F, and A. M. CONGRESSMAN HELM In his the south side of Main street in nnd Stanford Kentucky two Minn, M. C. nnd Arthur Bailey, The City Council or the city of nil of whom reside in Sutter county, Stanford, Kentucky, do ordain us The fimernl will lie held at the fam He leaves to rootrn his los vite nnd duc.htr, Miss I.uella RURAL TELEPHONES. u u Unrarthlni Disgraceful Conditions War Department I"Te9 Dispatch) D. 0. February 16. hairmiin' Harvey Helm, of the House u Expenditures in the Committee the following "War lltfpnrtinent. (Aociated of the Ray cno disclose thiee different phases. fiinHuir its "First, that politic. the Army, which is deplora- wn into to the press this mnrninp. ae The inve-tiirnti- that Second. of the ury cravest nature .luiiiM are in handling of fund, of the tinny no Mop. Imxe been taken edetpinte punishment 1o iiiltiiiiii-t- rr but on the contrary protec1heref.ii. tion fiom the very highest sources nf forded with the irrcsM-tibl- e that Mich protection wns afforded for political services rendered. Minply neceiitimitiiiB the failuie to mini-- li the fit t dereliction. "Tltiid. that even moral turpitude, which - not to he minimized, is allowed to lie plasteied oer. without notith-t.iiulin- jr l- -- 'The nniiy has no place in Ameti. can politics." and the cointniltee puts n tlii- - phase of the ihe tiniplm-i- s mvi'Mi;!Ution, for if political hencli-tue- ii of the type r Miijor Kay cau by J)e rewimled for their of the h'jjh-elo nppoinlmelil importiincc in the Aimy. the liit-.ti!l Mion become a mete iKililica e a .adjunct to tliejire-jdenc- y to emit ltd, Hie Ui'he-- t office in it does the (loxeiiiinent.-'Whetieie- r wHl be liecone such the re-u- lt mid the need will be in K..t It is Jlus evil Unit the cyniniitlc liopes the inveiaiitinn will nttett' to avert and forestall." st er .ma-chin- voitmieiMirnle puui-hme- nt. In Memorlam. In loviiiti memory of our little boy, Deliiney Wren, son of Mr. and Mrs. life A. A. Wren, who depaitcd this i'ehritaty .1. HM- -. Gone olio uioiitli old the day he died. but not forgotten by nil who knew l:ini. He was u brijsht beautiful boy. His dear parents lime the sympathy of'ull who know them. Wce -- LOW COLONIST RATES dear ones for your loss is Ins (lain. TO lie U now happy with hU blessed Designations ' In the West, North till Savior nnd bus paid the debt, we west and Southwest. pay snoiior or later, We knpw tnut VIA' ivo him up, but, nhis, it wuft'hatd to SOUTHERN RAILWAY ,ho ,lcl,r when Jlie ntiBi'l' i""1- - '0,ue Tickets on sale d,nUyH.tiinMl April 5th little one had to go Hyi. 1U1J -toNleck In? Clod wanted another Jewel further information, nsk nny For crow.innd so He culled for Deluney that, Aeent, Southern Railwoy or write to to come nnd ho took hUfli?ht to E,D.Strattw, AR.CMk; liome ibove. DPA St. Louis. lo ,. DPA, F.vuuville Ind .. . I ..WILL ADAMS . Of hWUBi. rt- M W C. 1EAM, JR.. Thiee ycaii ane the residence property of Dr. Q. O. l'errv and also that portion of the south side of Main street in Stanford Kentucky which begins nt and and includes the residence property of Mrs. 1. A. Brown, now occupied' br her nnd Dr. J. F. Peyton uud extending: to and including the pro perty of Baptist Parsonage, but excluding the property, of C. It. Cole- wan, be paved with a concrete pavement in accordance- with the plans, specifications and requirements of section tl'J of the printed ordinance is made part here of by reference. The width of said pavement is :o be and remain the same as the present pavement now located on said street which is to be replaced by the one hereby ordered. The grade of said pavement is to he the same as that of the pavement in front of suid property except that the crude in front of the property occupied by Mrs. P. A. Brown and Dr. J. 1. Peyton is to stnrt on n lev el with the crossing over the atley between that lot and Warners nnd run n strailit line to tho bouUi cast corner of the present grade of the pavement in front of house occupied bv T. D. Knnei nnd from tho west end of the crossing on cut off sticct and on same level with it a straight line to n point on level with south end of crossing from Logan street over Main street to pavement on pouth side of same in front ot U. 0. Anderson's store room on said treet and from that point a straight line to the level of the pavement in front of, lot of C. K. Coleman. The wrK uereuy oruerea u i done iy and tX the expense of the owners ml the flond fronting; ana abutting the pavement ordered to be constructed as provided by law within thirty day afterlthe service of a copy of this ordinance on them, and the cost of same is to be apportioned among them as required by law. This ordinance shall be in loree and effect from and after its publication by certified copies being posted nt threo or more public places in the corporate limits of the city of Stanford. Kentucky. A. B. FLOUENCE, Mayor. I,. R. HUGHES Clerk. by-la-:- That that portion of the south slue or Maii street in Stanford Kentucky which is in front of follow: highest uud best bidder, the tract of 110 acres of laud on the waters of Dix river in Lincoln county Ky., Bounded on the noith by the land of Henry C. Anderson; on the east by (he laud of David Anderson; on the bouth by the land of W. P. Grimes; and W. P. White; on the west by land of Itcna Lawrence. A passway will bo rcsrved over this land for the benefit of Henry Anderson und Mrs. Lawience to pass to and from the Preacheravillo turnpike and county road in times of high water. Tho object of the sale is for u division of the proceeds. TERMS sale will be made on a credit of six months. Bond with good security for the purchase price, payable to the Commissioner, bearing C per cent interest from day of sule until paid, secured by lien mid having the force nnd effect of a judgment will be required of the pur., chaser. Tho shares of the infants will remain a lieu on the land until they become of. nge unless the bond required by tJection 493 of Code is executed in meantime. .1. B.' Paxton. Attorney for Plffs. E. I). PENNINGTON M. C. L. C. C. At same time and place I will offer for snle about 07 acre? of land adjoining the above described tract. Terms announced on dav of snle. MBS. MAY S. WARREN. The approaching birthday. Miss Flutie Bejcher i. making her n new plaid dress, with the stripes running in the same direction as the road to Bounding Billows. The Hog Ford preacher requests that nil who attend services ut his church, whether members of just plain citizen, must hereafter refrain from reading the Congrcsional Record while he is preachinsr. Fletcher Ileiistep iell from his housetop lat evening and was badly jarred up. When examined by the horse doctor he did not know anything, a.s In does not read the pa-pei- b. turnal disturbances, including a big If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we oanmmediately interest you. Uur lines cover the Btates .otentueky dance, nt the home of Isaac Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tie Southern portion of Indiana , EA8T TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. uiiaois. uif(ibilroKiTM' .t COLT FUTURITY hi i ssssssssaasgssss .tt ii, iii .' ' t ft . Jt vl I' Announced By Catalogue Committee of K. P. Fair. Hell-waug, 1. BgB We Have a Full Line Of ' 't Friday moiuiiig the deputy lt arrested a fellow wearing blue pants on a charge of huiiig stolen a calf from n man near Bounding l'.illows. Befoie tho man had been in jail long the jailer got up 'with him. nnd findjiig him to be a second con-i- n to his wife, he was turned out on habeis corpus con-ftnb- pi oc ceding. Sidney Hocks pit after a rabbit over on the ridse early today. He was in a considerable hurry, as he wants t,o eutcli it Itelore the game season closes. Thi wife of the editor of the Tickville Tidings has about come to ihe conclusion that lite is not woith living. When The catalogue committee of the Knights of Pythias fair, is announcing n Colt Futurity us one of the most .attractive features of the splendid program which will be given. Nominations for mares are being received uow, and so much in terest is being taken in it by the many breeders if good stuff in Lin-cii- n and adjoining counties, that it is believed the amount of the stnke will go ns high as $100 Mnrcs must be nominated by March ISth when a payment of $1 must be made. On or before June 1st, n payment of $2 must be made, on each mare. an owner desires to keep eligible nnd ut that time each Mare's name and color and the name of the horse to which she was bred in 1911 must be BED ROOM SUITS.' 0D0 DRESSERS. ODD STANDS. DINING TABLES. REQEPTI0N CHAIRS. DINING CHAIRS. HALL CHAIRS. CHILDRENS' CHAIRS SIDE BOARDS. BUFFETS. CHIFFONIERS. MATTRESSES. CARPETS given, On August loth fair, the color nnd sex of the CARPET PAPER. i the foal roust be given nnd n fee of $2 LACE CURTAINS. MATTINGS. RUGS. LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTH. WALL PAPER. the week before BUILDING PAPER. S&SSBBBBBS?.aHS9SBBBBBBBtiaBasTaBT s i ,,,fJffR ! j m bKsI HS 5h ' if, t I I X. '" Jf ' .- - -- ilWriMstlt ffef. Ky. L.rv. v.1 ptiM tr I 4 i AafAfst.iSiiU.wd:' J. they write. , per cent, to fourth. It is plapntd to The Dog Hill preacher had to re- - open a mule colt futurity upon the We make lewTiKrcej L pent n portion of his sermon Sun- - 'same basis, in view of the very high (biy on account of Tobe Moseley class hybrid youngsters which are mi aM gMds and Guar- ;.,- -' (Tbe bunting teuon ! upon u ana coming in late. '. piodnce'd in this section. ' nearly everyone wants to pott bit I'lisijy Hancock stinted in on the place. The charge Is 25 cents cub what we say they are. task of digging hinielf a cister,, n J. D. Steenbergen, sells, builds, rewith, name.) Q. W. Hustv Herman birkolr. few days ago. but abandoned it when pairs ami adjusts settles at rock only a few feet down, having dis- bottom prices. See him for prices J; C. T. Willson, C. M. Allen, t covered enough fishing worms to last before you ouy. Address Stanford, rl J. u. Manning U G. Goocb. 100-- t F. D. No. 1. Reicbenbach Bros. N. II. Plummer, him all summer. Jacob Gander iFred Von AUmaa Sim Flinders was in tin toils' ii'.'iiin S. 11. Baughmno this week, but by agreeing Muttie H. Hewes. STANFORD; to plend I l! V. P. Belden Fred Von Gruenigan, iriiilty to the charge he was allowed J. M. Goocb John Herzog. to go free. He was arrested Tnes-da- y ' Win. and John Huffman. iniiriiiiig on a chaixe of having Myers. J. B. William Cordier. stolen the on1 mule the Blind Man J. W. Huiishiiiaii. L. P. Nunnelley, had. The dial was set down for J. F. Gover, Mrs. W. G. McBee Tlitifsdnv moruiii!:, nnd on ucooif4 Mrs. Bcttie Spoonamore. John M. Carter of (lie Blind .Aran being iiuahl( lo G. W. Roger, s J. B. Cntuenisch. Mrs. Mattie Whito see the court appointed him an in I In person of Prof. Rap Snm Castello Mrs. S. D. Hiatt, E. V. Carson. Smmllin in identifying the defend-an- t. , H. C. Baughtuan, J S. Uocker, Metier Bros. jihn Platr. Februajy i upon u. Tliisjjj in i Notice. No one allowed to hunt Ihe caU!or.v of . winter months, and .' .1 i.y nre igVnernlly .PROTECT YOUR HORSE '.. tn tov farm.' Tax D'utiderar. s"oe KM wnru. This T month,on neroiint of ( its position Also yourself when driving this cold r- -r i i Tfext BOOKKEEPING on llip'rnleiidnrs is, prominent.- - In weather. , W are 'headquarters for BflltUM.PkiMsVilktf l'WfWir gipitvu vvii fuel, it ranks second only, to Jnnu- TYPBwJUTTNGsW ' Horse blunkets, Ud robes and carp yniefnl TELEGRAPHY A y. he feathers n pi Tob'e inspection (.'rings 'Mosely's STANFORD, heaters. And all boreeWnV wswy.wiijiti" tpypijip gooe, it is learned by him thnt the iupnlie. rtttaiii imiii mtm VMra lIMIiMM l ii tMakiM m1 . V XUI "Jit" I"." 'weather wi b. fair, cloudy, slditlv h4 1 udeari'e-- , C. McCt,ARY,. UiiwikMis)lkiMiiMiaf1. v,vanii ;iiui, ItMfortt, Ky. $3 in nil. The money will bo divid- WINDOW SHADES. an oiilinaiy man ealU ed into four prizes on a basis of 40 MIRRORS. another n liar, they right: when a per cent to first; 25 per cent to Prominent man calls another a liar, second; 15 per cent to third and JO BED SPRINGS. paid. This is the final fee, making ABprkkBJ. . , posted anteetttefwdsttta;, VJ ill SUM ia W. A, TRIBBLE, '11 I KENTUCKY. 7lnited States 'Depository Jor Postal Oavingo junds 1 J M 1 : '... Lincoh County National Bank Corner to Court mm - : i Jfouj KENTUCKY. it . i 's v ;, ,a lAi'- jflBU .. .i. - rV 4tf P!"7""tfj rr w""yy "" ; . ,t i wf. t PKT- ,- W:--?- ; TrTgtgSgJT WBPPIH .... 5" " STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. uwslrpiia Here's a Ford Model T Tonring Car il I ttwi.. A5 AND III r , ,, I AS LONG III HE II III SLEEPS DRESS SHOES OUR Dress Shoes are SHOES that are Dressy. WHAT IS A GUARANTEE? A Guarantee is a promio lo intiKe kmm1. A Promise i worth p.xnctly ns tlie iromicr. to make A Promlser who hasn't already irndc good can!t promise 'Una n pluin proposition. Rccn'.l lo mind the next time yon read the inteh-phn"Our car is guarantied for onc year," or, "Our car is stops Guarantied for a lifetime." Uememlier the lifetime of that car There is one guarantee point "where, the guarantee begins. just at the that always hold good. It i THE GUARANTEE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT Tlfnt i thn gnarnnteo Henry Ford pnta on his cars. That is why moie than one hmid ted tliouwind Ford cars are in use today. That is why your car will hea Tord, if you believe in efficiency, economy, endutnnce and Bcrice. Tord distributors nnd Brandies! in nil the princip.il citits and towns in this country are at your very elbow to givejou the service we main- - The quality is as good as we can buy. The "Mania 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. "Manss Shoe" "Walk Overs" "Walk Overs" You all KNOW them, in Gun Metal., Tans, Kid. "Nettletons" and Patents, at Han dsomeForedoors roomy minute in desired details, strong, simple and backed with a record of five years satisfac giving results in all parts of the world to more than tion 100,000 users. This beautiful motor car completely equip ped for only $690 f. o. b. Detroit i nin. nil WW 'WE USE j, AAA 11 up-to-th- e- $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 in buttons or lace are standards of quality and style. I I WILL McKINNEY DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE vi , IlNIb 050v , v aMMi warn aa. Breaks Out Down South With Anoth. er Lincoln County Story The Montgomery, Ala., Times publishes the following from the pen of Will 0. McKinnej, a Lincoln county man transplanted south: While on a is.it in Crab Orchard, Ky., n few doy- ago, I had the honor and pleasure of meeting Hr. Will "who ii 811 years old. He J young in mind, but feeble, in body. He bnuely fought from the beginning to the ending in the Confeder- - """! f BBBBBBIwHVk at faLswaw Anddori't grease ii hose to but onc a r Mad inLouiavme byCHAS. C. STOLLOILCO. rt-- i s r- - WINTER TOURIST TICKETS T FLORIDA resorts all and 10NSAU8 0AI.V -, VIA- ilissouii company. Alter hinting tor the love ot His Southern EQUIPMENT CLECTMCALLY DMING CARS SERVING ALLHEALS LIGHTED .A LA CARTE GOOD RETUflNING UNTIL MAY 31, 112. FM WU PAiTKKAMX CAIL ON ANY TMKT MOT. HEM A UTE, 1: i oa war C. KINO, Pmmcm ad Tkktt Afaat, Ml E. Mate St, LEXIWTOK. KY. ti - If You Have Money ar - j- WE WANT IT BJNSBSBSBBSRNHHHMHHRl If You Need Money WE HAVE IT - Your Business will be well cared for and we Sofia! - - . - Your Patrosage. f -- 'First - National Bank Stanford, Kentucky. Capital HO.000 i "i (j i 1" it m i ft ft FALL and WINTEB GOODS - j J ' '"' Clothing, Shoes, Hat, Caps, Ladies' and Gents' family Goods now at Cost wading through country and home rilood and disease without fear to the fiiiishMie concluded to tuoe to liichnioud, 3IadUon county, Ken tucky, and practiced his profeiMon for several years, nnd from there to (V.ih Oichnid. Ky.. I.incoln county. medicine He practiced fifty fie years in all, over the-- e three counties. In those das he lode hore-lmc- k through rain or smishitip, cold, blizzard, .had or storm. His wife is dead and he educated four of hi-- , riauzhters, who are married and htM Kood homes. The d tor is li nig a hachelors life at his ease at the hotel. He is a fine conversationalist nnd delights to tell hi- - old umiy jokes. lie said one day his unity was moing along slowly in Miiouri lnd they came up on an Irishman disging a ditch. The doctor .said he told I 'at to get out of it, and fall in rank, that he was going 10 make u soldier out of him, so he could light for the Vive of his country. He told the do( tor that he was a coward and that he was groins: to run when he t;t in battle. He said: "Colonel. pleut excuse me for a few moments until 1 have n shield made for my back, as I am going to turn it on the enemy." He was excused and come hack prepared for an enemy's bullet. It was not long after this before the cannons' commenced booming and the shells flying in nil directions M Voor Pat started to nin making race horse time. He ran up to a teu-a- i! fence and was reaching for the lop rail when a piece of cannon ball 'lit him in Ihe back, which turned him somersault over the fence. He lit on his feet and started out limning. In the meantime he ran up on one of his conundes that had been wounded. He said: "Hello, J'at, please stop and take me to the hospiinl, as I lime on of my legs hhot off.'Tnt said. "All lhlit. old pal; 1 suppose jou would do the same for me." l'nt put the wounded soldier on hi shoulder nnd started out at a -- Mooday for Indiana to make their future home. KEEPS UP Miss I.ela Joues has been visiting Cutting in Stanford. Helm StiN Congressman Mr. Delhut Morgan is visiting in Down Expenses In Interest of i'eiryville. r eosie. Mr. James Hanson returned home Monday night. He The Louisille Times lat week cont- from Tennessee from is threatened with typhoid fever. ained-the follow ins dispatch Things sold fjnr n good price at I Washington showing how Congress- ' continuing his good the sale of Mrs. DMion. She will man Helm is leave soon for Ohio. work of cuttine down the extravaMr. John Moser is nut agitin afgant esenses of the war department ter a severe attack ot llieumati-in a tremendous lt which will The I.iln.iry Club will meet at Walresult in saving to the tax payers of Friday. All the memter Mo-er- 's the country. The Times' bers are iccptested to be present. said: Jliss Annie Shew maker is visiting I Washington Feb. 14. Hy their in HnrrwUbiirg. GOOD WORK m re-uch rapid speed, but a cannon ball came along and took off his comrade's head. Pat was ignorant of the fact and did not know when it happened. He ran up to the hospitul with his man on his shoulder. The doctor said: "Pat what are you biiugiug a corpse here fort" He answered dv saying "Doctor, the bloody bugbear told me that he had hi- - leg shut off If I had not hnd this burden on me, I would hnve been several miles oin of the rauge of my enemy's bullets." enlarging posts thnt are now not of a larger grade that regimental oN. This will prevent in the jiHt what was douo in the Fort I). A. Itusbcll ' scandal, where a tnflingly small and unwatered post was enlarged into a brigade jvost at a total oost of nearly $,r,000,000 throti-.'a political "pull''. fu-tu- ie ''Nettletons" After tweaty years experience buying and selling Sheet, it Is our candid opinion that the "NiXTLETOir is the highest class MAN'S SHOE obtainable today at $6.00 the pair. MILLEDGEVILLE Mr. and Mrs. John Vanhook left H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, i: Kentucky: mm ADVANTAGESOVER lime LUMP LIME: combined cffoits lfeptesentnties Swoger Sherley and Honey Helm mnde doubly uie thnt there' will be a substantial saving in the War Department during the loming liscnl year. Thiough Mr. Helm's efforts a provision-was incorporated in tlie army bill that no money appropriation shall he spent at any nnny post which the sccietary of War has decided to abandon, and this, it is estimated by tlia Kudith distiiet Conin the gressman will in the eiidie-n- lt 3,0(10,00(1. The new saving of clause that none of the money appropriated for po-t- s nnd Imrmcks carried by the bill shall be expended for the repairs on thee posts that the Helm committee says, and the Seeielaiy agiees, should he abanWhen it is calculated that doned. in repairs have been put on these posts nlone in the last five years, it can lie seen wluit a comfortable sum in repairs alone,can be sa,v. ed in the future, and why K'.OOO.OOO is n coiiiervalive estimate as to all the savings because of their aban- Mr. Helm, chaiiman of the ExpenCommittee, gqt another ditures amendment to the bill adopted on the floor ot the House this afternoon, which piovided that none of the for posts and barracks shall he expended for the purpose of For Women Who Care Of course yon use an antiseptic In your rnmliiruii.t In tliReare of vourown Der- son, and you want the best. Inslcaa or wnai you ante Deva using-sucas liquid or tablet antlfcepticn or nOTvtila wnn't. vnn nlriiAA trv l'azttne. a concentrated antiseptic powder to bo UlKMUVtrU 1U WOHT I'axtlne is more economical, more sleansing, more germicidal and more paling man anyiuing jou ever uwu. H IICTTIO. and whiten ft.. u..li iwrnnvu tartjtp md nrevenl decay. To disinfect the mouth, deatroy aiaease germs, sou pumjr m urei.. To keep artificial teeth and brldgeworU clean and odorlcas. To remore nicotine from the teeth and purify the breath alter amoving, iu erauicsvc yciayuw-tio- n odora by aponge bathing. Aa a maullolBal s.irnt for local where pelrio treatment of feminine Ula jl aatakakaaal aVta a al it oaiarrn, innsonauoa uiu uiwi exist, nothing equala hot donchea of Paxtlne. For ten yeara the Lydla E. Pinkham led. Co. haa been regularly adTlslngthelrpatlentatouae it because , of Its extraordinary cleansing-- healing-angermicidal power, tror tnia pur-poalone Paztlne la worth lta weight In gold. Also for nasal catarrh, tore throat, Inflamed eyes, cuta and wounds. AH druggists. 85 and 50 cents a box. trial box and teatlmoay of 31 Tn 4liitnllAt-.tn,1Anf- u . d ae 7eWi W. ANTISEPTIC No waiting for your mortar to season. TRY IT. No Waste, No danger of Fire, No Caking, No air Slacking, No Swelling, . It is Economical. H. HIGGINS, OUR gg PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT We 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, and is complete in every particular. 'tavaaaavaya THK FAXTON women free on requeat. aWaTOW. TOIHT OO . Mass. MONUMENTS a OUR DUTY TO OU R DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OV- Ouf customers may rest assured that any prescription they bring to us will be accurately compounded. Dr. Hess' Pstiltry sns Stack Fsstf FALL AND WINTER STYLES. Mv new fall and winter aamnle re bow ready tor your Inspection Tuer coaprtM it beet oa tie BMraai can tutt anyone aa vo pnew who ma clothes mad. t, order. A tutt to ready made clotaea To nave taB naita tn tuaaaure doeaa't coat anv mora than ready made wmea qaallty Blade to your meaauia i praivraoi aid rtt la coaaidere. roac la aa tat oje take ou Maun To Make Room. I- - '8& -- & ua J ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. UNLESS YOU A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE CARE TO HAVE IT SO. CONSIDERING AND OUR WORK IS UNSU RPASSE0 WE HAVE A LARQE QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. Pinny's . 7)ruy Store, it ., r , "h SAM ROBINSON . i '; 4 ;. "''v"'' 4 -As Asm Stanford, Ky3 4 ' ' Wm. Adams & Son. '42 N. Broadway. Stanford, JCtniucky. fUUrt V, LcxingtonKy '! ' Asl AsVast tfl tfl 1ft tfk ifr 4sV H. C. RUPLEY, THE Practkil Tali i X' " V- - !!- - THE STANFORD wn INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. FOR SALE OR RENT. Miss Ethel Walters, of Lancaster, the guest of friend here Thursday. Hev. .1. II. Jones spent scvcrnl days in Louisville this week attending lectures. Mr. 0. A. Kubunkw of Hustonville, visited his sister, Mrs. A. C. Car-iiiihern this week. Mrs. Myrtle Carlton, of Lebanon, is yiniting Mr. iiud Mrs. J. 0. Call-to- n here. Mr. Jeso Trnylor, of Paris, spent n few days with relatives here ; early in the week. Attorney It. II. Tomlinson, of Lancaster wns here on legal busi-nehot-bread- s, Thursday. always Deputy Sheriff T. G. Bruce, of Company, Boyle, county, was here Thursday, in a case at (AifOtHIAFKiSYWPCo. a witnessShcwmnkcr, the court. Q. I', popular agent at Moreland was here on for u short while Wednesday. package Mr, John Robert t, of Hrodhend, Genuine has been the guest of her sister, every-da- y Mrs. L. II. Hilton for several dnys. SOCIAL and PERSONAL Miw, Dora nml Minnie Strnub were in the city this week buying tiuing millinery. .Mr. mid T. W. Hiitcliiii-u- ii Mamie Wade, of Corbiu has The Mri Jean lIuteliiiion Sunday. home after spending a few Mr. iiikI Mrs. W. K, Warner went dns in this place. Royal Grape Cream of fuiii-rn- l iif Mr. .1. W. l'crnn, who Mr. and Mrs. J, ( liny will pro-- i of Mr. War- - b.'ibly leave this Meek to fpend the wnt a brother-in-laMo Alum Pr. and Mr. V, It. O'lliiiuioti at- remainder of the winter at Orlando, No Unto Phoathmtms tended tlir funeral of J. W. IVrriii Florida. ut Anderson, 1ml., this work. Mies Hose and Marguerite Mis .Julia Williams fiuiu Knlmnk of Hustonville, were the l viitiiu; lior friends Misch guests of friends here attractive nml Snllie Fanner, hen. Thursday. SHORT LOCALS. School begins nt Walnut Flat Mi? Julia William and Mis-- . Snl-li- e Mrs. W. W. Wade, of Corbin re Monday, March 4th. visitt-- Mrs. Idn Hutchin-M- n turned to her hutne-nfte- r FnnniT spending Money to loan on easy terms, low nt Nrnl' Creek Suntl.iv. n few days with her parents Mr. and The Missionary Society of Baprnte interest. E. D. Pennington, Laura Itnyley, of Jackson- Mr. 0. W. Nuylor. Mrs. tist church will meet this afternoon Agent. ville, Fin., is the attractive guest of Miss Margaret Miller returned to at two o'clock with Mrs. W. S. Den-haMr. and Mrs. W. K. (Hover, here. Itirhmond eatrly in the week, after COMING, COMING, COMING, Dr. T. II. Singleton of McKinney, u sevenil days' vi.it with Miss Dollie JUNIOR IROS IIG CIRCUS. wan lit-for u hort time WednesThe subject for Sunday morning day. Miss Anna Warren, who Is atnt the Ilaptist church will be: PrayRobert Harding nml tendant: school nt Ijouisville, is here Attorneys For Sale. Nice home in Stanford ing for the Kingdom." Evening: Kmniett I'nryenr, of Danville, were for a short visit to her parents, Mr. Owner lenving town nnd will sell nt "Weighed in the Balance." here much of the week beinc en- and Mrs. Walter Wnrren. a bnrgain if sold at once. Inquire caged in n rnilrond damage suit, A. G. Eastland, the populnr Mu nt this office. For Sale. Pure White Orpington County Superintendent of Schools tnnl Life man of Iuisville, is here cges at $2 for 15. Kellerstrnss strain . Jtnwltnps 'f vhnkinL' hand And Attorney John with inanv friends For harness of all kinds, Vulcan Largest fowls, best layers. Mrs. XL Danville, was here on legal busine-- s nt his former home. and Imperial Plows see E. T. Pence, D. Hughes, Lancaster Ky. 23-Wednesday. Itev. W. L. Penny, and Mrs. J. Stanford, 16-Mrs. It. (L Hnil arrived fnun Kan- Lee Penny, of Pcrryvillc, were the M. C. Newland, who has been taksas City Thursday night to make a CTests of Mr. and Mr. 11. D. CarLynn, Mr. who has gone ing a course in surveying at State her parents, Mr .and Mrs. ter early in the week. viit to away on the road, has left the vacMr. Wraren fleorce D. Wenren. Attorney Willinm Jennings Price, cinating of cattle In the hands of University in Lexington, has. returncontinues iiU' ill from the severe of Danville, was here attending Loula Lynn, hl servant. If wanted, ed to his home in this county and is heart attack which he sustained over court enrly in the week, nnd shak- call nt John G. Lynn' meat ibop, prepared to do all'practical surveyRural a week ago. He is not showing the ing hands with his mnny friends. nnd I will come at once. Loula ing. Call or address him. route No. 1 Stanford, of phone, Crab improvement flint his friends had Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L. Sanders, nnd Lynn. Orchard. hoped for. Miss Knte Melvin, nnd Frof. G. E. Everett and lady came down from Services nt the Presbyterian HOW CHROM COUGHS Crab Orchard to sec the Orchestral church Sunday March 3, 11 A. M., Parties wanting rooms and offices call at State Bank & Trust Co. See Entertainers on Thnrsdny night. "Launch Out Into The Deep." 7 P. 11-- tf their nice rooms. Chief of Police Luther Herron, of M., "Iteverencc in Speech." Are Being Cured by Vinol Conn. "1 was trouble! Lancaster, titie of the best officers Nw Haven. with a most peralitcnt chronic coujsh in the country, wns here for a short W. S. Fish npresents anly ttc We wish to express our henrt-fc- lt for a Ions time and had tried so many while Thursday nftcrnoon, on busi- thanks to remedies and prescriptions without the good people of Mc best and strongest insurance Let him keep ytu protected. was ness. tclHflt that I wns dlscouraced Kinney and Ilustonville for their Former Circuit Clerk. J. F. Hol-dn- kindness to us during the illness and persuaded by my (rlenda to try Viof Croii Orchard, hns been hold death of our sister nnd mint. Mr. nol. After taking the second bottle. The ladies of tho Ilaptist caurcli my cough left me, and I must fay I j jm; down the office this week dur- 1). S. Itiffe, nnd fnmily. will hold a week of prayer next r.ever felt hetter In my life I can al- - n (, illness of Col. J. D. Swoop nnd Mrs. week, having service each afteniooa to recommend Vlnol to nny one In n j Thp latt(,r is. fci,0WjnB considerable at the church nt thro o'clock, exninjow!i rnnumnn an wiu ucbi ihwki i iinirroveinriit, his many fneiuN will $100 Reward, $100. tie remedy." On Wednesday will b rlrrd lo lfm cept on Wednesday. Th trtim ol MiU pp that Xhtto at tout ooe drraded that is new It Is the combined nrtlon of tho be glad to know. Dan-il1cure all and that Jennie baa hern abl toCatarrhIn Curelula atacra. only ii(ImIs night, fiev. Cecil E. Coolc. of It. I. Swope and Mis thr Catarrh. Ilall't medicinal elements of the cods live, will deliver a missionary rurr now aDown to tha rntdtcal fraternity, t'atarrrt ers, aided by the nnd Swope, of the Mnrkslmry section of bring a constitutional duwaw. a to whici nil are init?d. Dr. trrattnrnu llall'a Catarrh Cure la takrn strer.Bth-crcatlnproperties of tonic Garrard weie here Wednesday to see arttntf dlrrttlr upon the bloit and o! the ajttem. thereby deatrojlnt the Cook is ore ef the most interesting Iron which makes Vlnol eo efficient In Iheir brother. Circuit Clerk J. D. . and shins the foundation of the friicnkers in iJiis lwrt of llie statu curing chronic coughs, colds nnd Swope. who hn been confined to hu n by building up the constitution and nature In dolus Ita ork. Ttte proprtelore lia. jind hi lo'tnue is espeeted to be an troncbltls at the tamo time building bed with r. bad attack of s'thiuu n rh ... any raw''. ,s v tf u j. jn , e i)iie"iiundrVd lioliari'for' up tho weakened, run down system. that It laU especially intreting aid lut Try a bottle of Vlnol with the un- for over a week. Mis Jcnnio Swopo cure. irndf for fill of testimonial. Toledo. O 1 one. ddrea M.Y CO hold by all lrutftfll. TSf. derstanding thnt your money will bo is the I. .T.'s valued correspondent IKT. 'aaellaUatam' t run for ronMlnaiK . nt Mnrkslmry. returned It It does not help you. Clanss tht and children effects, name of Best for (ttOlOgEr Bakina Powder AbsolutelyPure Where the finest biscuit, cake, crusts or puddings are required Royal is indispensable. Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain, SL New Spring Goods The following it a partial list of NEW w f. We offer for sale or rent the Mc Kinney Woolen Mills at McKinney, Ky. This mill is fully equipped to effectually; Disptls colds and Httdaches, Sysftm manufacture yarn, jeans, blankets, Linsey nnd other Roods nnd is well locnted. Apply to K. L. Tanner Son, McKinney. We are Ky. 12-t- in SPRING prepared to install hot have just received Dress Goods GOODSjthat : dut to constipation. water and hot air lientinp, plumbing Bl-t- i. cac, tonn tiros., Lancaster. HUBBLE. C, Hnnkin has been with her daughter, Mrs. F. F. Fitrpatnck a few day. . 1'. Sloan sold Smith nnd John- coil some 1. pound -- aonts ut 4 Mrs. 1 J-- mtn, women younq Ginghams Laces Hosiery Curtain Goods Linens, &c. Percales Poplin Silks Trainings Novelties and old. Toqtt its Beneficial the J, ss Floinces note the per pound. T. ('. Ilniikin sold the snmc tie xiine -- pnr- - plainly printed front of ttry of the the ID. I 00 pound hogs nt 5 We handle only goods of quality and guarantee prices Also big supply of Tobacco Canvas at Lowest Prices. Mrs. Win Shearer hns been very sick for n few days. lm moed to Mr. Klira Aiider-o- ii I substantial, Weaer's. Hughes, Martin & Stanford, Ky. We leccive fresh fruit every day. WHO CAN DOUBT SWORN TESTI Telephone us your order. Cover's MONY OF HONEST CITIZENS? foods, for all occasions. I IMls only baking powder made from Tartar w i ie Mrs. Win. Smith is with her sis ter, Mrs. J. H. Weaver. Miis Mary Itankin was at home Int Saturday and Sunday. ilnliii llrnlit and family are oiiig to California, rnupht a larpc Slonn Stipill sround ho"; the other day. Que-- s winter is over. t Mi Itettie Walter- - teach a -- eleet ehoii at Hubble thi- spunj;. S. It. Sanders, Jr., has been very lick for n few days but is all right restaurant. JC-2- p. 8. Jee 13-8- p. ctm-pant- es. 1 , 1 dlM-a- i e, leo-tur- blood-mnkln- rodMltu-ItfMi- uiurou-urfar- ea uitlent-itrrnitaMMt-l- .. "; ,, oooBQBeoeioioooB STEWART'S Celebration Sale Annual and Ends March Begins March 11th 16 Value-Givin- g COME TO LOUISVILLE AT OUR EXPENSE. When you have completed your shopping in this store, take you: s lo the Transfer Doik il the houth end of this building, we will rebate in cash fivo wr cent of jour total purchases, up to and sales-check- oooiioi qbiooomqi oiiotigaoBgt Occasion. Louisville's Greatest Surpassing All Past Records. Underpricing High Grade Merchandise, .SPECIAL NOTICE TO A CHARGE CUSTOMER: Refund will be Made at time of purchase o"y, not at time of settlement of account. . the amount of your round trip railroad ticket. WE GIVE SURETY COUPONS WITH EVERY PURCHASE The Surety Coupon is in no sense a premium tnidiiig stamp. It is a cash discount on purchases irtude by you and is given by us as a bonus for your loyalty. A full book of Surety Coupons represents an nttuul purchasing value of f2.50, a return of 2 2 per 1-- took several bottles of Swamp-Ronnd I feel thnt I owe my life to this wonilprfiifl Temeilv. Tho inn I family doctors said that I could not At tttaiUOTU. in tne sinie 01 rven- - live three months, I would hnve to be tucky, at the close of business, Feb- helped in nnd out of bed ten to ruary -- Oth, 1912. twenty times every night. After taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-RoResources: for Loans nnd discounts ..$177,059 47 two days I was entirely free from getting up nnd could sTHp"soundly. Overdrafts, secured and MRS. D. 4D.HILEMAN, 2,417 40 unsecured Tnjnelton, W. Va. U. S. Bonds to secure cir50,000 00 this 11th day of SJfctember, 1909, culation Mrs. D. E. Hilcman, Wto subscribed U. S. bonds to secure pos.1,000 00 the.uibove statement and made oath tal savings Premium on U. S. bonds . . 000 00 thnt the same is true insubsiance 2,345 00 and in fact. Ronds, securities etc..,. . -J- OS.-A. MILLER, -r 6,025 00 Dank house fur. & fix . . ""rr' Notary Public 2,410 90 Other real estate owned J Due from National, banks Letter to (Not reservo ngents) 3,404 52 Dr. Kilmer & Co., Due from Stnto and private Binghampton, N. Y. banks and bankers, Tmst Companies, nnd Savings 319 82 Prove What Swamp Root Will Do Banks Duo from approved reserve For You Agents 20,073 48 Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Checks and other cash N. Y., for a sample bottle items 1 50 It will convince! anyone. You will Notes of other National nlso leccive n book of valuable Bank 1,745 00 telling all about kidneys' Fractional paper currency, nnd bladder. When writing, be suro Nickels and cents . . . 500 12 and mention the Stanford Interior Lnwful money reserve in Journal. Regular fifty-ceand 28 1912. bank viz: one dollar size bottles for sale nt all GKO. d"'fLOUENCE Special Com'r. Specie $9,921 Co drug stores. Attorneys, K. S. Alcorn, J. W. Alcorn Legal-tendNotes 3,102 00 13,083 05 More fanners read the Interior Journal than any other country paCopt. Ben P. Fcrrill, one of the Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of cirper in this part of tho state. Rewlieelhore democrats of the culation) 2,500 00 member this when you get ready to section, hns been here several advertise your horse, nek or bull. days this week, attending court. Cnpt. Ferrill is a warm Woodrow. Wilson man, nnd believes the DemoLiabilities: cratic party can win to a certain ty in November with the governor Capital stock paid in ...$50,000 00 of New Jersey as its standard benr-e- r. Surplus fund 25,000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses nnd Taxes paid 2,040 84 Nationnl bank notes out standing 50,000 00 Young and old have Duo to other nntional banks them. Some abuse them. 79 85 Duo to Stnto and Privnto They get tired, starved. Banks nnd Bankers... 193 33 SYMPTOMS of Individual deposits subject sleep and appetite, to check ,.i 90 128,705 irritability, We have had seventy years Demand certificates of de posit eventually wrecked con7,000 00 llofLexperience Notice of Sale. Pursuant to n judgment of sale rendered in the above styled euu-- e at the February term, 191'2, the un dersigned will on March 22, 1912 at 2 o'clock P. M. in front of. the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for 1e at public outcry on ft credit of .ix months to the highest and best bidder the property hereinA tract of after described, land situated in Lincoln county, Ky. on the waters of Cedar Creek, bound ed on the North by the lands of W. deceased, now Geo. M. Tligyins, Boone, on the east by Cary Turnbull and J. G. Ham, on the south by W. P. Pruitt, now owned by Win. Dye- house, containing 332 acres of land, subject to the widow, Amanda, J. Donn's dower right therein. TKKMS. Said property .'will be sold on a credit of six months, and the purchaser will be required ta execute bond for the purchase price with approved personal security payable to tho Commissioner, bear ing six per cent interest from dnto of sale, with lien retained on said land to secure the payment thereof, and having the snmc force and ef fect as a judgment. This February to-w- it: Gov. MeCrenry on Thursday signSomc time ago I began tlio use of ed the county unit extension bill, your Swnmp-Uoo- t with the met re mid it l'ormnllv becomes a law on markable results. For years I was .lime 18. nlinost a wreck and wn, a gieiit sufferer. The doctors who treated mo H. C. Fulton, of the Fulton Music made me believe that my great sufCo., of Frankfoit, is here this week ferings were due to fernnlo trouble. now. selling n number of the fine pianos 1 wns so bad I would faint Pat Davis Haiikin has aKo been on he handles. He enrnes his instru away nnd had nt times spells. Finalsinking the siel: Iit. ments around the country in an auto ly a new doctor wns called in and D. R. Morris sold Thomas he said that 1 hud kidney trouble truck. some corn nt f4 a barrel. , .. and gave- - meJmedjUrtB,&; which I Sftnders,'at-tende- d Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Th Epworth League program nt took several 'Aottfe5." 1 obtained the funeral of Victor San the Methodist church Sunday even some relief from this but I was getders Wednesday at Lancaster. Mrs. aif 6:.10 will consist of a business ting weaker all the time; I could not" Sanders was a daughter of Mr. Wes ing and sleep and suffered so much pain in the Hub meeting, installation of officers Sutton nnd wns raised address by the pastor. All the mem- that my hurl. and and children had ble section. bers of the church and especially to lift me in and out of bed. After the young people are most cordially this time two friends sent me word which I did, and invited. Mrs. T. D. Raney, Pres., to try Swamp-Boo- t, COMMISSIONER'S SALE I am glad to state that the first dose Clinton Coleman, Sec'y. gtve me great relief. After taking Lincoln Circuit Court. the third does, I was helped into bed No. 2788 Amnnda J. Denn, Admrx, Tlaintiff, nnd slept half of the night. Ileport of Condition of vs W. S. Dean and etc, Defendants. ivi Mc-ftea- th Fust National Bak 1 ot ot w- Bing-lininto- u, nt er Men-elan- d 7 Years withCoughs .Lots One Surety Coupon is given with each 10 cent of your purchases. When you huvo collected 1,000 couin a full book, you will be at liberty to select in exchange nny merchandise (excepting groct-ries- ) our great storo to the value of $2.50 nnd often grenter on special sale, Our charge customers will receive Surety Coupons on purchases at time of settlement provided such accounts nro paid on or beforo tho 110th of tho month, following tho date of purchases, SPECIAL NOTICE. Send a post card for our big circular, giving full details of the wonderful celebration sale begins. Kead our advertisement 'n nny of tho Louisville papers. Purchases of $5.00 or over Delivered Free 200 Miles. from Louisville. pons, tent upon your expenditures. 4th Avenue and Walnut Street. THE STEWART DRY GOODS (Incorporated) O makes us have great conn dence in it for coughs, colds, bronchitis, weak throats, and weak lungs. We want you to have confidence in it, as well. Ask your own doctor what experience he has had with it. He knows. Keep in close touch with him. One of Aycr't Hill at bedtime will cauta an increased flow of bile and produce 4 gentle laxative effect the day following. Formula on each box. Show it to you doctor. He will understand at a glanceJ Dose, one pill at bedtime, Just one. J Mad tjr It. J, C. AYEU CO., Low. 11, If ua, ' cnerry sectoral. with AVer's This fBillsay&WeHwlfldinff-eer- -- tificntes of deposit for money borrowed 21,000 00 TOTAL. ,....$284,085 92 Stnto of Kentucky," County of Lin, ,, coln, 6S.1I, II. C. Baughraan, Cashier o'f the above named bank, do solemnly swear thnt the above statement is truo to tho best of my knowledge and belief. II. C. BAUGILMAN, Cashier. Subscribed nnd sworn to beforo mo this 2t)th day of February, 1912 W. M. Bright, Notary PuMie. Correct Attost: J. S. Ilocker, J, C. Eubanks, S. T. Harris. Directors - stitution. 4 Alcoholic remedies stimulate only. . Scott's Emulsion I .i soothes and nourishes, tV -- ( A - - natural nerve-footaining the salts of d, feeds the nerves. A conHypo-phosphit- es, CO. Iodine and Glycerine. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. gfefteoiaftOMftBafto 0o&iiaioo ao""o&"":o eeMQBgie F? NO ALCOHOL. ALL DRUGGISTS 11-- n V "IS- - :.ArJaRi.;". kt fcf ..... . .a . .'.'? iiiifeBiiiinmi ggfrrfor'. W n & t f TiiUfcir "hr I.C.LLjiZ- (a t THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR HAL, STANFORD, KY. THE FARMERS No. 5132 M , i. Report of Condition of The YOU WILL t HAVE A FIT I a you will let us measure you 1 new suit. I 3 guarantee that your We S new suit wiD please you in every 2 Z detail, and if.it W,not then you S .re under no obligations. 1000 new patterns to select g '4 we wiH hare them made according to your own original r l F ' a Of careful study and close attention to your demands enables ' us to anticipate your J. C. McCIary needs. So we are now JjfegBaMd to supply your wants for ,m winj wim a full line of 5priu Wnlkmm nainsooks loni cloths a -' .it ansl iiilxtMderies. J wrvrr muutu Kentucky. '; y'E. refstms. CRA1 ORCHARD, Z ,UMtKIS Kentucky: sTANrsRi n tr , .,- I will offer at public outcry on the farm of Mrs. Nannie J. Law93 rence 3 miles from Lancaster on Lancaster and Stanford pike near 00 While Oak School house on all for- Tuesday, March 5, 1912 149-- 8 The following property towit: 00 sell. 00 One man' mule, good worker and his tobacco W. F. Dishon sold iBBBvSBr BBvJBUBSflSflaw 00 driver in harness not afraid of auto, -wiHr crop of uenrly '20,000 pounds on the w mobiles, one horse good worker nnd Danville breaks this week, getting C 84 driver aud extrn wagon horse safe CftMsBaW Ml for women to drive, not afraid of un average of 11 cents for it. ? Old Hick'28 automobiles, one Jersey For COS ory wagon and harness, one buggy cow, fresh. S. J. Emory, Jr., 19-'-- '. 90 and hnruesu, one spring wagon, one load of corn S. K. Owsley sold a turning ploy, one double-shovplow to M.I. Sanders last week for which Hoot-ie- r 00 1 disc harrow, one m barrel. he received $4 a corn planter, one J. I. Case riding - McBeuth, Cbristman & Company, from-an-d 25 barrels good white 85 cultivator, of the Hubble section bought 75 bar. corn, aud other articles loo numerX reh of corn last week at 4 a barous to mention. UK WW aMwlta IMratwn aaeat la aw4a great rel. They secured the feed from TKRMS OF SALE. All sums of 00 MjLi D. II. Morris. ?!0 nnd under cash in hand over 9. Let the Interior Journul print your that amount will bo civen a credit Zhorse and jack cards. Neat work 00 of four months, purchasers required done promptly tit rock bottom prices to give note bearing 6 per cent run, Acl m w RrH m4 mir4 IhWiii t asrv-.BKnegotiable and W, P. Kineaid sold a handsome AgSaVaX from date ftjn 1, $531,163 05 TOTAL payable nt the Lincoln County Natharness hare this week to M. a. 'Bill HI M.J.COSTELW.tHtlriarmMntwAitnL I Bf ional Bank. The terms of the , m Burnside of Garrard county for $183 Liabilities: . Am. ciatMMM m Bj BnH VCnJBRyI Bl He bought a nice mure from Jones Capital stock paid in ..$100,000 00 sale must be complied with before Da ugh man for $105. s.a-100,100 00 property is removed. aSa' Surplus fund SPL E. It. Hattzelaw. Prench-ersvill- e r. .j P. B. Thompson of the Undivided profits, less ex- It. I'. D. No. 2. Uncaster. Kv. mnatam'M'm.mmmmm'm,. nice pair of ml Ienes nnd taxes m comim? section, soli a horse mules COL. J. P. ('HANDLER. AUCT. 32 3,093 paid and musical numbers substituted IC HOUSE I wish to sell privately a number to John Kubel., of Garrard Monday National bauk notes outwhich would liqe proven more en- 100,000,00 of excellent building lots, located in tor $200. Mr. Thompson bought! standing Last Number ti Lyceum tertaining and satisfactory. a very desirable and convenient por- Attends John Due to other National shoata from nine nice With the jeop!e of Stanford and Ceurst Entertainers ... .. 4,483 42 tion of Danville, Morgan colored, at 4 cents a pound. it '..i.-i. Banks i ....c v..iiiiiiuhuy ucquainien wim llie Emerald Chief Stock Farm, in Due to State and Private ",l),,,,"liJ character of the entertain- California Premium Seeds Given A splendid audience heanl tli- j - i at !JJ ,ij jja 186 .m Clark county, has sold to J. W. Tate Banks and Bankers.. Away with weekly magazine of Wes- Orchestral Kntertuinen., tho last in"'u,s l,rovr,,,l kv the Redpath Ly- Chattanooga, Tenn., the sensa- Individual deposits sub of Hur,,nu- i" very likely that number of the Stonfonl tern life and stories. Lvceum r""" i ll.- -l stallion, Golden tV tional walk-trject to check .208,097 41 " ,p'um ,u,r:,, ls lmpted fo.r "Orange-berry- " New "Pyramid Club's course at Ihe onera houHe." Chief, for $1,000, This horse is a Demand certificates of Tiinn:.!.... night, and enjoyed to the r.ext season, it will In- - made unorin- Celery", "Pineapple-melon.- " "Panan.ut.-uand will be placed in 13.500 00 Demisit musjrnl iitimWs ma Ro-- e lilly." and others. Will fullest n delightful muicii enter- cipally of flit221,597 41 stud by his new owner. Uoldan the which proved so popular in the regrow anywhere. tainers. Had the audience at the King, and Postal savings deposits 1- -4 04 Chief wns sired by Golden Magazine gives full instruction other attractions been cipial to this cent course. 1,578 91 is out of Bourbon Maid, by BourReserved for taxes . . . regnrding growth and care nnd oth- one, the promoters of the course bon King. The best meal in town for a quar$531,103 05 er valuable information. Costs only would have had something to show ter. Cover's The total amount of tobacco sola TOTAL restaurant. one dollar a year. Subscribe now for their trouble instead of bnrelr on the tobacco breaks at Islington State of Kentucky, County of Lin and receive pacage and bulli. with breaking even on the enterprise. Jnckson Stroud,, nil uncle of Mrs. the past week, was 3,363,535 pounds coln, ss: yitir first copy. However, they figure that the most J. J. Rigney, died nt his home in which was over a hundred tuousnnu I, W. M. Bright, Cashier ot me These are seeds on cannot buy .expensive nnd probably the least Casey county last week. He would pounds more than the previous high above named bank,, do solemnly record for volume of sale? on me swear that ihe above statement is at present. Address SAN JOSK satisfactory number on the coup., have been 9" years old had he lived MAGAZINE, San Jose California. a lecture, could have beeu eliminated until April. The average Lexington market. true to the best of my knowledge and price paid was $12.06 per hundred, belief. W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier. which is 55 ceuts higher than prices Subscribed and sworn to before e, look through ou r line of Poplia Taffetas, To come in and realized the previous week, and the me this 26th day of Februnry 1912, anil 'soft' silks. And Don't fail to see our line of Irish total sales amounted to the hand- W. W. Saunders Notary Public. and art Linenes in all weights. some sum of $405",574.25. A record Correct Attest: S. H.Shanks, G. Come in today, no time like the present. We will be glad price was received when one buyer W.Cnrter, J.W.Rochester, directors. In have you and "will make your visit pleasant and we hope paid $50 er hundred lor u pile oi profitable. tobacco, while another crop sold at & M an average price of $:il.50 per hunPOULTRY COLUMN & dred. There are n li'iudied wagons a Lesing on & InntW with tobacco & Ken- Reliable Breeders of Pure & d nrkct o date now suras up to 28,- 892.005. and the aen?ou f n'cmjre, Bred Poultry Card of Five per one hundred pound. W 'S15.43. & Lines H Hon Harvey Helm. Congressman from this district wants the tobneco rowing readers of the Interior JourBBaVal&L' nal to know that, by special aBSSf of the Department of Agriculture, he has secured several hundred small packages of White Bur-le- y and Yellow Pryor tobacco seed, which he will be glad to send to any who will address him "care House of Representatives, Washington, D. C," as long as they last. RowPLENTY OF LUMIER ON HAND See m before you sell, get price At the Spoonamore sale, near SBBaMallBaaBaBaaBBK land, on March 2, in addition to the In coantnr or delivered. will be sold for all purposes. So if ou want to other live stock, there build a house, a barn, a chicked Pence, Jr.. the fine bay stallion, 10 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBExtT' coop, a dog house or a fence, coma hiimN high, nice style and action TBBBEnBSSaav here for the materials. We have and a fine breeder. He will make air aorta and sizes in both ro'jgh somebody a mighty fine stud. S. C. CRYSTAL and flnished lumber aud if we can-n- T.-- K. 1 1 For Sale. 75 shocks of fodder on WHITE LEGHORNS suit youia kind, quantity, qualPreachers-.vill- e my farm two miles from PHONE 153. ity and Driee. aeitttdv an. hens with From trup-nete- d 1 on Stanford nnd Preachersville cif over 209 egg- - n year. The J. A. ALLEN. SnMrTflrflfl "iY fed in strain that lays - Ihe strain that 1 pike. Can be fed on farm if For Sale. 100.000 2 foot boards next two weeks. Mrs. Walter Warren pays. Egg, from No. 1 pen $2.50 What would you do without a irood 1 Theodore II. Kirk, of Cincinnati per 15 eggs, other pens ,fl.50 per horse T Keep biui drv aud warm with 'or sale at our yards at Crab Orch-- a and Covington, who since-- Decemgood blanket. I have them. J. C. ar.l .'.11 kinds of lumber, nu-Get in the laying 16 .17.00 per 100. Lock Box Order today. in material. Duke and Collier 13-- 8 ber 5, has purchased 18,000,000 lbs class. in of lf0!l pool tobacco, niivcd 1 Mli. A. C. Al'ord, Staiifn'd, Kv Lexington from New York Monday onSuicnccs lind ias liad several S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. ..rnniittcc of the with the exrctilite The laying strain thnr fills the Burlcy Tobacco Society at its head- egg basket in zero weather: early quarters in the McClelland building maturing big boned fryers. Setting nnd report has it that another big eggs hou-delivery 1.100 per 15; sale of idd pool tobacco may lie shipping eggs $1.50 per 15. Mrs. looked for at uuy time. Mr. Kirk A. C. Alford, Stanford. Ky. will remain in Lexington for several days. INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS Kggs for sale $1 pel setting of 12 or $'. for 15, All orders receive Vol ford N. Lov-el- l. prompt attention. R. F. D. No. 1. Box" 80. Stanford J and it will not be a crazy fit; if Strayed from my place n red cow, wns giving milk when left. Please return to It. C. Niinnelley. Eugene Walls boufiht of V. C. n nice marc for $110. For Sale Privately about lio "acres of land, part of the. W. II. Traylor place; coutains two good Apply to Dan tenant houses. 10-tTraylor. J. D. Kads and Sons want 100.000 pounds wool. See them before you Gil-lilnf. Lincoln County National Bank, in the Slate of Kentucky, nt the close of. business, February 20th, 1012. fi c Sources Lonns nnd discounts ..$.'137,600 85 At Stanford, ers both local nnd from a distance, good farm horses nnd mules ready for service is in great demand See ndvertiement t lint will appear in this paper soon. For any information nddrcss C, A. KERN, Manager, Perryvillc, Kentucky. Ini -StHBlStw SaK -- M BiaB-- 1 BCSSS-" te A , . VaBGSaVRISBBSSSSSSSSSSSSW ' alBSSjBSSSSSBSSSSSSSmv PUILIC SALE! WlM tflSWalflBaHfllHBlBW Mil' llll SV vS&BkflrBSflSflSflaSSXSaBSSBBBSa I Ui II iBa .SSdSSSj WW HIHBBaBaF' 111 a&BaBaEW-1 BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSa i ideas. You will find our prices a J5 pleasant surprise to you. Order it now and have it ready for Easter. - I Overdrafts, secured and 4,053 unsecured U. S. Bonds to secure cir100,000 culation Other bonds to secure 8,000 Postul Savings Bonds, Securities etc .. 2!,500 5,300 Bank House Fur & Fix . Due from National banks 7,572 (Not reserve Agents) (Due from approved reserve t.1,278 i Agents Checks and other cash 6 Items Notes of other National .. 800 Banks Fractional paper Currency, 311 Nickels and Cents .. 18,139 00 Specie Legal tender 1.000 0019,139 Notes Redemption fund with L. S. Treasurer (5 per 5,000 cent of circulation .. BaBSBaHHFal W IHrBMaBM'lfaBBaVRP IH 1 X BaPfJPBawli M In Yl?9saiflBa raSBaSF H BJi H ilLBaKftV! Ill Ult ""Vat'iaaaMaaaaWaaJ grsKtnXjgJ rW' FWSBSflaK IB JBaBaBaBaBVPHI Rlilw Northern Pacific Ry H PrMrily Statta af Aptrica 1 .... A l!iafl IBM Ji ')- -- . ,7itJ' i WEAREN Aukir-year-o- if ld Stanford, -- - Kentucky. .. Tiie Home of All Wool aiaci ' ot four-year-o- ld .... u. Clothes. 2 it 700 NOTHING Mes-saliri- PUBLIC DISSOLUTION At L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. $ We Pay a Highest -- Market con-cessi- ft99999 SALE! Beginning The John Z. Spoonamore place near Rowland, tae Saturday, Prices For All kinds ol Produce, Hides and Furs. H. B. Norihcott. Tudor. Mflr. InflBDH 2 m -- qt build-McCIar- y. 35 YEARS H Ky. SECOND ANNUAL SALE I T- M9. if y INMIIIlllllll Mtfiiii SfflN Phaai 117. The Perryville Stock Sales Co., of Perryville, Ky. will hold their second annual combination sale in Ky., on March 16, 1912. Any and everybody having1 stock and wanting to sell them In this sale had better see one of the company at once and list your horse and mule. Hwm PImm 31. We have the promise of plenty of Per-lyvill- e, 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, sorrel filly 4 years old; bay horse 4 years old; black mare 5 years old, splandid driver not afraid of trains or automobiles, blind mare extra good brood mare, '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, 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 months without interest. Don't forget the place and hour 9:30 SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1912. r at 9:30 a. m. sharp the following live stock will Frank Spo onamore; T. D. ENGLISH, AUCT. Ws'm . J 4 tinttMt '- - ,'iif ' H " i SU. 4's iu.k .,- -- v. jkJ&f UUi)y jBlA! & j . s ir sawsm V .Ai