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The Stanford interior journal: March 5, 1912 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912030501_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 5, 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. ''. v mmmmwmmmKamm .s. VOL. XXXIX NO. ID The Stanford Interior Journal STANFORD. LIKCOLN COUNTY. 11 Kr.NTl'CKY.TTKSDAV, HAIKU ;, J'HJ TlLSDAYi AND FRIDAYS. cent visit to Mrs. J. V. A coy of LANCASTER The Coroner's jury wns tnkcn to the threaten Iin wife n little over n E. B. CALDWELL NO MORE CARR ATTEMPTS TO Stnnfonl. .Air. mid .Air. K.I. Wnl. scene of t lie ctiinc two physicians jmontli ago, henrd fussing etc., ho IKldor IS. M. Cutupbell. of Danville, ker have relumed to their home in Prominent and Respected Citizen Of TAKE HIS OWN LIFE made nn c.xnminntion of tlio body. (was beating her tluit night; told her he would kill her then, giving every- - fill ed the pulpit nt the Christinii Niehnlnsvil1e nfter n visit to Mr. A. 'J'hu irist of each witness' tcsti Wayncsburg Passes Away Alleged Murderer Tries To Make thin:; itwnv on hit cliurfh Sunday morning uiul evening K. AVnlker, Mr. Hownrd Rice, of niony was us follows: Good His Lite- - Long Boast That Ann Cooper, colored W'nshed Miss Annn Cottrell of (Ins plnce Jiieiimomi, Hid., u here for u visit Deputy Marshal Jotm Mecks. Was IS. Cnldwcll, one of the Kdwnrd He had Never Been In Jail. nt i'M) o'clock Suinhiy nfternooii mid dressed body, two wounds on nnd Cburles Afckins, of Wilmore, to her mother .Airs. X. A. Ii. Marks. foremost citizens in the southern of her left shoulder; fncu wen; uiiilvd in maniiige in the city bury. Mm. YV. S. Henry has return. Vltfiltiitl r lllit siilllllff aha nt lirt it CutlclV Mliblc llcloss Ule hi I eel bnrtk The tragic attempt of Curr to end from Cnrr's rcstmirnnl; a iitiinher of bruised, didn't look iinturiil nt till: of Lexington, the Rev. I. J. Spencer cd to her home in I.exmgto,, nflcr .lending Hnptists nnd most honored The bride is h dnughtiT .. . :;l ... .mngmer .urs. Henry Masons, died nt his home in Wnv his own life, followed soon nfter the AND ATTEMPTS SUICIDE WHEN men them; heim! mun.v screams from fnce bruised; blood on floor nnd .officiating. helT'l enicj. nf wiimnil setriillling "Oil nlnil, found pait of her Imir on of .Mr. und Mrs. M. A. Cottrell, while (. . biini.inf M.ss tmimi Hughes ncshurg last Fiidny night nt ten coroner's impiest. Xo one wns real CORONER'S JURY CHARGES ly surprised nt the negro for he Lordy" culled l'dmiliid mid KMiim, hrr floor; miked spot oM lift side of her ,he grnm is pioscprous Inriner Mays, of hlnnfr.lf has been the re- Hock, niter lingcrim; spell of long been known us one of the gue.t ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmcs HIM WITH THE CRIME hrother; noise went on for hnlf hour: bend where hnir hud been pulled out of Wilmoie. nis rclnflills KPn, Wul Uf ,, hns most desperate nnd fearless characAnderson Cnrr My uife hud been Mrs. Victor .Sunder.", nge 21 yenrs a licimcv stopped suddenly nt i:l."i; lieiird An.in the cemetery nt Wiiyiiesburg, Sun The largcxt ters in this part of the stute. Ho h . I'll to Chicago mill caught cold month .died nftcr a brief illness at her homo Sounds ol Fearful Fight For Life derson cursing "you services conducted by ...,. g...n fn .1. county loiiacco I day nfter of his order of which tin has often bragged that he would die !nt Mnrksbury. Tlie remains were Yoii'ie always trying to nu'o mill been complaining; nftor she kill vmi. mis Uuiing he iiuibM Heard Outside Building And The before he would go to jail, and it nine Inline, she bus been sick, she hutcricd in the Lancaster cemetery jui., mis jiim ncwi boii nnil belong- - v.s ,.c .Mnstcr for Set in the way. I'll juM kill you und orty is Inost ed to Mr- -. Kd. Walker nnd son, 'jenrs. said to have been n proud boast Negro Says He Found His with it". Niw Cnir Inter. hasn't been doing vvoik: Inst week ille.sides her young biishand nnd mi he d Mr.' Caldwell wns recognized ns with him that notwithstanding the Allen Walker who winks for (leorgc she hud "crick'' in the neck nnd jnfnnt. her father J. Wesley Sutton Woods Walker. It aggregated some Wife Dead. many scrapes ho has been in he had Funis tried to get in mid couldn't. nciirulgiu; hhe rubbed herielf nnd I nnd several sisters nnd brothers Ml.eru near 100.000 pounds, the fol- - om. of 1(1 HIwlnnlni nii lowing heing tin dehveiies nnd citi.'.cu.s of his community nnd his never been in jail. Anderson nfter uhiMlcd for him to rubbed her; the ln- -t three nights she riirvivc her. At the tunc the coroner's hear .Mr, (leorgc A. MeRoberts, of prices: Accused ly n (.'"roller's jury of conic lines. Anilrrsnn wns wiping hadn't slept any und I hiulu't either denlh takes one of tho best men 10.1100 pound- on tbe Danville from the citizenship of the county. ing began, Coroner George I. ISright having cnu-e- d tlic dentil of his wife, lilood otf liis i'orehciid; took Allen I .mi I night I cunie in from fecdimr (Covington gnve nn informal .ten to in; htnvid -- 1 or .'10 minute, went 'slock, .hc snid she'd go to chinch the bourn' guests being her visitors bteakx nt ll 'J eent-- ; l.'.OOO 'lbs JIU wife preceded liHi) to the grave had the officers place Can under who was killed Into Sunday lifter-nooOill, on the snme Hours at M cents; 'J0,-0- by out and came back anil stayed HO she said -- he was aching nil over, soithe Mis(w Mount mid Mis-e- s several years, hut ho js survived uriest. When the inquest was end Anderson Cnir. known every-whei- e lbs at a Itiehmoiid warehouse by four The appetizing Inn 'till I 'aid she'd better go to bed mid of I.mifii-tc- r. minutes. Saw t'urr tm nioie sons, Dr. A. I. Caldwell, ed, Sheriff McCnrty and Deputy ns imp of the smartest mid Ki'tO. Saw Andeixiu, then nnd In not go nnywheie; so I drew chair cheon .erveil with the pietty dceo-,n- t .? I O.'-'nnd ifll.S.'i per himdred: Mcsr. I.uther. Orlo and Trlii, nnd Linury took him in charge and start.'i nieniiet negroe in T.Ineohi county, nid hid wife hml killed herelf. Went Ji'P lw stoe mid seth down und goes rntions niaih; the oeciiMon an enjoy- - -'-.i,n0O lbs at Danville at 12 n daughter, Mrs. Annie Jnekson, of ed to jail with him. Cnrr asked the attempted to end his own life, hy to where body was dulnt examine: 'sound to sleep: she says "Anderson, nolo one. line l,aiieater Jobiicco Wniehouse West Virginia. .Mr. Caldwell wns sheriff to accompany him to his shooting himself llnoiigh III'' heiut, body in smne room sereuiiH. I'm nrhing iniuhtily." She went to j Mr. T. If. Stult- - who i engaged fought 3,000 lbs from James Land nbout 0.1 vears of age. lie wns bom restaurant for him to get some within a f"v minutes lifter the cor- - cume from; body acio bed; feel M'.t nmin. I lieurd her sny "llnildip in the iiisiiimiee Iminuicok in Hbis nt 11 cents; 8,000 lln from Foret and lcnied in Lincoln nnd had made clothes, n little money and sec nbout i omc importnnt business papers on N'ome nnd do omethiiir for me." She enmity nnd Itoyle will remove his Slapi nt It eent: 0,000 lbs from it his home nil his life. hnnninu off bed; severnl seui-there. ISoth the sheriff nud his dehvvoIIiii: biuised jkcpl innkiiiK noie in there. She IiniI fniiiily I mm Ailnir beie nt an enily l'.ryant I'.ros., t 10 cents; 0,000 lbs left side plnce; fuee puty accompanied him, nnd Sheriff vrim in room; little hominy mullet and pitched it date, ns he jimkiH Lancaster Ifw from Pointer I!io., at 11 l- -' eent-.- ; up rishl Hinnit; ' MT. M0RIAH. McCnrty kept his hnnd on his gun .'1.000 His fiom Thomas Kelley at 10e ' . out aliollt the hUiuilder blndo. first tntl been in country nnd in K'P of -- love nd il Imnneed off henihiinilcr. huiidv. if the negio should make the Siruit MeCnrlv, who was tnding tame in and found her deml; Judge ,nud hit me. She came and t down Mrs. Win. Orecti died nt the home 4.000 lbs fiom I.nckey and Kasley Little Cupid bus been ipiitc lmv slightest break. They had searched n btt'i to one nidr nnd Imek of tbe ltnllev looked nt 11 cents. Milo Simpon hoiieht lit him and nhked ,hy me, nml I sunt "why .Millie joii e l Her lirot her nt llueiiu ,ll('-She Phid "M I iImIii'I inenn nt Hliicm of muuy months. The de- - .1,000 lbs from Win. Simpson at l.'lej all(' ns a consequence, Lincoln conn him, nud had found that he wns unne..ro, hnd n :not mimeiiloiio rniciipe he hit von with?" lie ' did c of her fuiies armed. He told them .that he wns t frei'i ile.ith. the bullet in mming drill- t H'nl nid :" do it." I Rid its all richt. I'll eened wns n devoted member of the liobinnon Cook sold some tobacco ntl'v w'" soon 'ac jUn,.,i ,; !l uiinrninl. when he went into the Herring and Cox sold 8.000 daughters. Guess who7 m: o httle furrow throitli the nKHtli,,,', i,0 mdcop at the stove nlid 81 0,rj,r " n minute.' I asked tier .Methoilmt elmu-li- . A f'w 'gi,0 Hlder J. M. Long preached nt Mt. coutthoiisc, nskcillltcm not to let the honidci of hi overiHmt. Scott & h w jiieco of the tove. jlmt I eoiihl do for bee, and 'be! Air- -. .Millard !'. West entertained lbs nt Danville nt l.'t inm Moriah, last Sunday. id nothing, I lint idio'd wlk around nt her hundsomo Hiihurbau home in ItroHildus sold 1.100 lbs at 1'J Simpson negroes, the brothers of his iiiibts and Iih would Iwr ennght the n,,,, Wnlker colored Didn't no A lnrsc crowd of friends and rein, dead wife, shoot him. Imll f nil in his rijiht honldr or rif lit ulioul J"ul be nil iiht in n minute. She Wnshinjiton. D. C, nt a Vulentine D. V. Itroaddus sold 1.000 lbs at !)e. lf0. w,,t (0 ,inr; tives gave John Iiallurd n birthday nt next loom nnd wmk I ryinje binehism the honor pie-- t being .Aliss The two officers entered his res W. IS. liurton bought a 'r, vioek; wun'l in the home; nil m.j Wi-s- t of Lnncni-lcili whole tnuu wn excited vvht-K. Un lmrno horse from Dan Comb, of dinner February 20. All report n tauran with Cnrr, nnd he stopped be,0 ww,(,l lm t jro to got her corset off to nib with ISpltie nrf gHj(j ,v n fine time. rly Monday nwrn t,( ,jj,t, nn, c, for liim; ha von' I omo her incdieinr." I wwit to Di. hind the counter and handed a. bos hi. iiiue knwn i nnd it wns Xieholnsv die.' for 200. a the color Andermon Cnrr' wife h"'l talked to him title. Miss Frances Hatfield is visiting of papcis to Sheriff McCnrty, and ilVrry's nnd hod him dress it; when curried out in every detail both in harness horses fnnn Hob Thompson in- - that Inn. U.'lcd. Onrr himself penrI , ooinbin- - her sister Mrs. John Faulkner nt asked him to look for a paper in the j;,,,, cdiired Smw JmhIj" jl g"t back she wns laying neioss the decorating Hie home nnd terving the for 22." and a with n bandage on his ,w,(Hll jj 0',.l0ck. Iving aertMW bed; hfsl dead; as cold ns iee; with hir lunch ii the street box, belonging to Mr. Menefee. Mr. Dainty hearts of every cd horse from X. W. Koscrsof Paint Ludlow. .Mrs. Sherman War field is very ill McCnrty snid he would let Embry n drawn back, so I rushed off hire vrie in use: nfler the and laid that lila wife Inn! ii1P.,(v, ,, i,er left almnhler and on Lick for .'TJOO. , plnjed iideii'.itly look for it, meanwhile keeping n thrown tomething to llur fB(,0. mif, ,nVe been eaned hy for help, and then I went to Judge ".'00" of pneumonia. mid vnlontines J. A. Triimbo bousht two Mr. William Adams nnd family close watch on the negro. A greeu Miike him hi when he hnd dozed be- - iMunl instrument' bet hnir mussed Hailev nnd told him nliout her pitch- - driven us iiriies. old mules from Xaek Klkin for ..1j0. . i.i,.,,.! .....ntnv. ml nf h..r mwe: 'inir the mallet nt me: hut didn't tell .Mis. .Inhii Tiibbl nge IS yenrs ,W. If. Cook recently returned from of Danville have moved there. They colored wrapping paper was on the J'ne tbe fire tbe evening before, win. b bud grazed off the stove and lhi.Mlli Quickly i .1... f,rt.: f tier hair l''im till about it for I knew she dieiLnt her home neni this place nf- - llutler fieoreia. where he found mnr- - live in the Melmar Adams propeity shelf behind the counter. Miss Anna Wright left Sunday for wheeling toward it, the negro, had i.t hi forehead, lie aniil that homl(,r the edje of the hed;Anderson didn't mean to do it. Wo h.nln't ter .1 piutrneted illness nf eaneei.'kel for 100 mules at nil average his, hack to the officers. had any tiouble; no huo to be Funeral service, were held at the price of .22." per bend. W. S. Km-- d Cincinnati. He leachwi.t to ii doctor's to have it dress- - fI)j(l (1 go Hloni llh,j mry nml when he leturncd he found L,ir,ii Rev. Henry Mills of Huntington. ed ander the paper, pulled out a big mule from to lt. Temple's plan; Ander- - 'I'ishtinjj over; 1 gave her ).lenty of ,homt. onducted by Ifev. C. C. Itmwn hry bousht a In- - wife dead on the bed. jfc0i S(,i(l SMl. in (ju, 0ojjp , ,jl0 Jolothes; she had all the money she nfler which the lemnins vveic taken Frank Thntnp-o- ii for $17.".. W. It. W. A'a., is the guest of his mother 45 Colts pistol, and before the ofSeveral officer and other hud ficers could stop him, pointed it to"'"'d. ito Kiehinoml for ititeriiieiit. ISesides Cook bought 2 nsed mules court dav Mrs. J. S. Young. ),,, lll( thiDwn soinu- tint I liail Allen Will- ward his left breast and fired. SherS (diildien nt Depot street lieppeiieil along Carl ISerry is on the sick list. 'lie owni'.- 140 per head. jfl,itic nt him nud hit him and he j ' ioss.,iimmeil .md.iv nfternonii, hoaid scream" Willie Mriy brier, of Cyiithimin is iff .McCnrty wns standing just to t'10 cieau nn me i.ie let noiiiii the loss t a le- went on up to the doctor nud vvhenlh'r """ '"" ,. p. Crieillis 1( .1 . ' IlllllUIIIUIt llll ...... nil, si.ln.. uIiliiLM ...- - iti..l.,. .....I .... ,.,..,. ,,.,,-.- , They tecoftiized he enme hack -- lie was iionii. light and behind him, immediately C.in's hiiiihc. m..nin. shoats to Willimn Lear nt .:t per visiting his uncle J. IS. Mnj brier. ,lm' ,'",,,t' '" '""' " ''""ii probably .iit'- - wife's voice, they snid. railing Mr. John II. Ilutehson nnd family giabhiil him und took tho tvstol from Mis. Mildred Deazley enteitaiiied i,oa,i John Woner. icmmiter of IS. D. "Oli Li.rdv". nnd said sin- sivmed to CiiUtera -- " ;"ie inemnei-- s ot ner gmde m a nappy t I lenrd " "' ' "nl"hl I'" "., """ livejv tattle n. Hill honhl l.T bend .if si.mll left Sunday for Coviii"tou. Kv.. his hnnd. Carr then walked iiround In. i great pain. They nUo said seieniiu in CnrrV building, from behind the counter and calmly birth. lay Twenty party. Utile ,..,(, ( fIlim j.. was dock. ,ii) per wheie they will make their future ir(on I'aiviu Tniv.is Was Mumling in fritHids of the thnt the nesio's voice was al-- o re. hitching up hoise and heard mt, nm vcty much to sec asked the sheriff to pat out the fire youi "- head. J. S. Schooler sold a lot of Iioiik. We "which was burning his coat where No one went to the t ovi.i'ejl. she wiih having "Oh l.ordv" as if in I11"""1 of (lover's leMinmint heuid less nonoieii ine in'ctisioii ami wish eottl In lnp.l1 flf.Mll.r nt $J iwn linr. them leave our community. investigate terrible pain or miserv; wiih limine, or went to Fred Skidmoie has moved into the the powder had burned it. The of"" hollering, walked up to stable id her ma ii v hnpny tetiiriis of the ,.,.1 heaid it again and man fussing dav. linwevcr. nud not until Can- himself of stable nt time; couldn't sy propeity vacated by Mr. Hutchison. ficer did so and pushed Cnir into n The eoiiiniuiiity was gieatlv Icle in the nieht went to the home of s..eip- - iudienteil fiulit. hut she ''''le. Mrs. Sallie Oouiley nnd children, cl.air. 'Hi',-- blood began to gash out Louis L. yenrs ... m eidored wommi nnd icporicd ,,r' - " lv,T.x- - ",,,,r cMimination died after a Iiiisciing illness of tu- tbnv seemed to be ill terrible pain. j of F.ubnnks and Mrs. Mnuile Conn, of the Wound in hi-- , hiuast, til ii liic Lancaster, lluuxhiv of the Midden 1,w' ,,,,,,1 w"l,,,ln Ills wife dead, was it known ':'( herc.los,, at noon ,7. lies, , ay. ii sheriff snid "W e!1, Anderson. I guess I of Il.e .,,,,,, Job,, lo.d.coloied hov emph.ve.l ",f Usinivn of Ml. yM,,vuitl here Lancaster visited their parents you aro now ready to confess that that murder had been enacted in at Curler's stabli Was cMernal IbV JH,,,M' w"- - ,,x"'1''"1' "f last week. s " "l "" Dunh.p 1'otts. While it wa, known you kilted your wife." However, the little house. Those who went ill I::i0; heaid s,.ren.us and vdhug; v"''"'eo, but hot Mlfiieient to . Kan-- , of Lauicl counKlder J. most popular .voimu-- men be...:: ,.,- , WJ l(, ,u,t of hwiUh ha ty has heenA.called as pastor of the1 Cnrr refused to utter a word, nud Ibeie first said they found tlie wo,,,mr,n of - 'having ;,,",,,' ,U'",h; '"' """1 lu'"' Wl'v h.T "hollering". c.t.:.re-- ' " "' "" ,,",,-ilm,1"suffe.ed .. fall earlv in Jan- - Ml. Moriah church. He man badly hnii-e- d and beat up, with he suireiine: vrenl .. ubout 21 . ,1""k, I"'"1'- -. '"' fnietuivil skull etc. ner always extremelv courteous, he is a good boenme so v.oal; that tho oi.iies, i , issuing fiom her nuv,. nud .10 minutes; heard man's voice but !H" s""' '"' ,""' ,"",,", ,u"' "'""" " liiid won the cstcim of nil. licsidcs umv. ,er ileatli enme , as iiuite a Mir- - man nud the people here will give placed him upon the counter viiere ldood , , , pri-, .. tlie ilay she dieil sht. was e he inoMth mid with gote spattered over at full length. him a heaily welcome. couldn't tell what be was s.miu;; V1'ar "B "'"' "'"' M,l'lV'1'1 fr,,' his father, loin m- ,- oi- -, .Mr- -. ISrent peeling-t,, letiiiu to her home from phvnieiau was- sent and Dr. 0. he said she could Mctciilt. ol lliiwan . O no. vulv ""S"-lii- i. the floor. . John Ooikey left Tue-da- v , leeognied voii es s Mill,,. Carr ami for . is. 'St- - Josephs hospital. - tlm and IHlie Walker. ISmwu I'.uru. ," s,il.v " ,'1",kl''!- - '"' Millie Ann Cnir. wns one of the il'almyia. III. He will be greatly 0. I'erry respoiidnl. When l.c ar ,,.,,. , ..dei.,, Crr; saw An.lo.on eomo ,,"1U' ""', ,K'l,,h uiiiui,i..u.. ..:.....i ii''. most rived Our was moaning terribly. J7c respected colored women in to door mid Allen Walker go i.i,ilp: "(" "" "",1 "l sine. Jr., of Xashville Iuiiimis nnd "ii- -i, .,,.:.... i..:,, rviiuu- wiuiii r :.. - i.vied by I he young folks. "".'" """ " ,',",", i ,1 lllllllllt'l Ili iii- i i . i i iowii, nlwavs hoi,, a good reputation. ,i . i" lUils nine. .Mr. Hardin Cook has moved into talkviL nt interval, saying that he ' Deputy Sheriff W. S. Kinbrv Wa- V"- books a well us beim; u '"'""""V- - "l Ml. I). J. lilOW'll. Willi llHll lllsn I'V- - T Nlnhml been mairied to Anderson v.'us a very much ubiiscd man and the Crniu Itaiigh property. mi.v. mourn ills cany uealli. rt Carter's stnble nt, I:.'I0. heaid i i.ii tiii.1 ... I.jult. I. .1.1 ..f i. contributor to many periodicals. She ii... "'"H, ll'lll .... tl lllllllll.'l iI..h . misunderstood and mis.. "...-.C.irr onlv about four e;u. und bad . .Mr. John Spues visited his daiigh had been The follow imr Lanetsterian- -' were wiih u fine conversationalist, being -- aid He did not snv anything" treated. lio clnldleli. She wns a Simpson ter. niiiiicd as deleimtes to the State Far- nt Somerset Inst and crying .lulu i pos.se.ed of much humor mid ever wee1.. Mr. ubout the death of his wif". lie re- lief.ne ber iii.il lince to him nnd voice. ami ineis Institute which convened nil..i h1 , ( ,mu. )(,(il ,. - ... ..(- ,i voice nun nenrii woman nnill llie .i"imsi in.... i the chemical changewhich have Iruiikfuit leb. came limn out m the itouevville see- Mr. Ansel llmmh i visiting here. pcatedly said that he wanted his two i ., 11...t, '"" ."! tiik-i- i place in the time since death M. Farra. Me- - i's. J. 1.'. Hon. Jno. .1.... i. - 411,1,1,-- . .Ill l.,-l,t- ion. witness who testified to!,'';"' l ',"".' Leslie Hatfield is improving after sNter. to Jinve what properly he had ltohiiisou ij;iiesi or companion. """-',,- .. ,, Amidst the might coueenl it; he said that he am and that he wanted Attorney Kon-driher hcieamiiiir Miid that shei; , ,'. Nof pneun.onm. s delegates '" U"r j" mt jh (.imlmMnnw, shl. would not cine to state, in view of ..ml J m,s- - eHi..g for her btolliers, Alcorn to settle up his estate who '" Do y ,. C AlcWhorter and ,, 1)"1'" '"" Thursday for " ri,1(lv , ,., m, t,,0 8OTrowi ,"""v'11" I'i'cc Cohrnd llemd the exumiuatioii uiaile. jiisl vvhnt .. uiul divide it between them. out theic. Ithe over bu.deue.l. Lancaster trulv 0ll'l'' . ' '"'' A"" "" tUnv ,i""",: sai'1 ""'' '"'"''I the vvomnii'h death. Dr. I'eiry found that Cnir had Itrighl went (o Coioner fieoi- -e f uiIn Aou.u; of Xeal's Creek. Miss Moll,,. ;. 1WN uml (1l, I4H ,.,. '""", . . . j '''"'.v:" liiir inside: eoul.l Dr. Deny was recalled and stat- - ..,.-.- . Hie scene late Siiudav night and saw ,. , . Kent Mimlay with .Air. nud Mrs. K. piMctically no puUc, but lie gave him ,,,.,. s u. a, , IU. iiienmoni. lMWHtXw Young. a hypodermic injection and ui't.'r nil the condition 1. 1' things ami caily icn ii was .vniieisou I mill voire; he.,., t lint he diess,.,! the injuries on .Norn..;, school and l.ahau Kk. of ,, Hvw, (c was saying" ot ;, f jon; get over Anderson Can's face, he said that 'lllltVlllik klll'iit i.i.J Monday luoruiiu; cmpauiielled u jury Mis-e- s i I...I.. Minnie and Dessig Mc- - examination of llw wound, f.aid that ' , I1UIIM ,sl.f theiy nml stay over theic." Tll.l renianis vveie ,.,. t ,j n- i,(,( i'..i..,..l. I.. ..!....:... . i .inn ... limll. vhih heuid nil the evidence. The Ollffc.V. Olith.l J. War field nn.l it..... he had u chance to recover. Carr Judge J. I llailev-Sa- w tvi- - soon nfterwaid pat lii bed and Cmv S o'clock and had icmaiiied theic !...i.......e they vveie united ill maniage, ,1'rouglit to Lai.c..sUT Saturday for lull f!. Iln.lelt. spent Moiidnv jurv was coniiiisi'd of .Messis. I!. M 111 I night ,, i i sun. I..,-- in.-.hi ..I lo.-i..... .... . ininnicni. ...mm.-- , in- . ..:.i .,,.. .. . !.. ii- i tin bodv Jr i.t'vife n;ni".'il In iht run nun :.. hi... mi i.... ..,;.. ..I.... i...- Kiuu in r 1....1 i I... ' II. Ill uI 1.1 Vllirieil HOCK- ' '' " i, V4 ...id ...-Vlr K."llov "ft nVf!.v "K 1;." f( ! , " home of his lirolhcr. ut ISoueyville. nnd letused to tell how he received tho , M. S. ISn.chmun. J. II. Tucker. '"' n,..i; he came . my , "" , PT -- '.hi W' ", tim V , i!W thcie'd I wounds, saying the doctor would , n. mMvl, heeu trouble at his m,hT'UeV' " 1),,"ll", at 'i was expected that County Judge ri,y. Aftm- hearing the J. L- ,f vil i. i nn lU'or W' I)""la''' ti : said he was M,ng hv (he hear about it later. cv.,1 hold the exui.i'iiing' ISniley would e. .be'jurv ic.urncl the fol- "'"IV": "":1 Mr. .,h ISvc s f, , u .rhhere f " -stove asleep nml bis wife had sin.,1., ''MVe her. Much sym- lowing vei.lict: trinl of Cnrr this week, but iioliu.u; I.'.. C. died' Onrraid ""u,,,',tl' putliy Horn the deceased', host of ." ALLEN WALKER ARRESTED , l'c head will, n mallet; I... will be done now, until it berimes ., ,,',' We. tl... jurv. tin.l that Millie'1''"' ' PUBUC SALE! - r. '" ,,er M ,""m' U " known whether he will recover fiom Minps W a,;, he, death n. the ,l"l Pu- - und when IV.rA to ge, i, Furl Momlav nfleinooi., war- her injiiiy or no!. he got hack she oncsesn his L w .. ..i ..' iiiviiiiK-- .. hi.: .i ne ',. , l"','"t'd tor iiienliil stricken nn. I .I...... i - I liuiids of Anderson Cnrr on Siiudav. li.ed up .i. imviii wutiii- he said she had been out runt was sworn out hv Judge ll.iiley 'i,,,.,,,,, i '1 has been u little over two weeks vjill sell publicly ut my place at j IS. lSirj, und that Anderson Mns March (,, , ' ,. ". M,""u ,cd niece., with whom hc hud lived McKiuijcy on . Can- - wns Hi,, onlv ..m. i,i..i.i ..I "f fi for n few days, but he didn't charging Allen Walker. mvUi v...r !.....T... ,. since officers found two kegs of ' I ' "ciicini .jiiiiii .Morgan com ever since being in Lexington. ;; . . ... .. ,.. '. l 1. .1... . Saturday March 9, 1912 i.n " 1....1i 1..1 nuv- - in.... m.i. : .1 'whisky, containing about ten gallons n wucu in me lime, nnieii in xnniori . iw-.- . ."""" 11111111I. ". One biolher. Win. Ilvcr- this March 1, 11)11!, H. M. Newland, Hung or not. I went up there iibou seen to enter Can's plat e soon a Her Sn siiivivcs huii ut liiehiiioml, Mo. A A. sympathy, somewhat these bur- - lUginnii.g at 10 o'clock P. M.. thu on Cart's piemi.e., nnd the recent j ,. clock; she was on the bed: lour o clock, leave and be gone for , following - hmisi.hnM mi.i ileus brighten, II it r . i. inn.l iurv lirniiht in mi inilietinellt .. fnremnii, i.i.,.. u, : . .. 4111- . ...Liii-i- i , . ,,,",,"H Hm ""f ?" Ami slioweth love that I. lender und .inline: irnise on .heck, looked like she hnd nlimit thirty minute, nnd then re- -' J ' , ' ,' ngninst him which was to have been Coroner Ylcnrge 1. ISright con. ' '' V." ,'"t r""'l,."'r !" M",T '" true. li tSed steads and tlueled tho Itiijuct in the Circuit .ecu hit with a blunt iustiument. tuin and neni,, enter the building. miittrc.cs. on., tried at the May term of couit. The llow otten tears flow with the tears fuithmbed, 1 dresser, two oil ' M,,(,l lu'1' the floor Several witnesses terlified to this nt )imvit. Siindnv '"' Mow., 'officers believe that Cnrr wn. the fouit room, sn large wns the crowd of the bereaved ones, ' nfteinooit ' . one range, two kitchen tables, nn. foiiutaiii-hen- d nshed Anderson what she had hit jibe inquest, but he stoutly denied it. for much of the illi jfifc., vhieh gnthered to hear the testimony ni1) .,(l And iniiighd together as rain with the sewing machine, one dining llim wil11: 11' I",11''' nround and saw nnd tbe warrant was then issued. f1)I) cit whisky selling which lint, been table, Coinnmnwculth's Attorney Oeorgo ( si dew. two small tables, one wash Maud, carried on in town for many years. . .. 1). Floience, nsnisted hv Attorney T. n "V I'ioce of stove, nnd said it charging him with perjury. M re . ''""ii nun - chaiis, two lockets, one patent J. Kill, who was ncling for Coiint v "mst lmvo l,l'p" '1,n' inmeu uom n vi.ii to relative. 111 churn, two dozen pieture frames, A COLD, LAGRIPPE Oeorge Middletoti, the coloied jan HOW COLD CAUSES Atloiney YV. S. Iliireh. eondueted the Danville. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. II... WANIED ACTIVE MAN N EACH LOCALITY one drugget, one lineoleiiiii, one hath AND THEN PNEUMONIA. itor, nt the couit-hoiis- c examination of tho witnesses. was near KIDNEY DISEASE gle og Vew Oilenn. are heie for n To Join this Society. Sick, accident, Anderson Cnrr vvns told that ho Mr. lliggins' corner; heard scream- Partly hv driving blood from the vWt to Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Whcrritt death henellls. And Introduce our tub, lot cooking vessels, two dozen is too often the fatal sequence, anil need not testify unlesR be wished tojing nnd went up townu! 1 house and Miifueo and congesting the kidneys. Klder F. M. Timlev is in Xii IIiitii. Membership. All or spare time. $.10 fiuit jur, 1. no coal stove, oim uhnin coughs that hang on weaken the sys-ter- n cluk. one lawn swing, one cot. and lower the vitui tcsistenee, but he snid ho wanted to make a, heard woman s voice saving "oh mid paitlv by throwing too much lud n iguged in meeting. Iir W. to ('. UNIgivesmonth. Kvery Memlier seAt the same time I will offer for Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound cured ,vou a sternly monthly Inblatement, nud wns one of the Inst Lord have mercy," "oh Loidy," work them. upon Foley Fill. If. Itinn.ide f llnrboiirville, i. here on the snuil. He rambled consider- could henr someone walking ncro.s strengthen the kidneys, give tono to visiting Luneasler friends uml lela-th- e come. i:perlenee not needed. Wrlto lent my dwelling and sloiemom. n i3 n'nliiible medieiiiu that stops the plans. x Covington; ICy. nice little business, in the center of cough promptly by healing the cause ably .in Ids testimony, telling of his tho floor; could henr Anderson's urinary organs nud restore th? tives. Mr.. MnttiV I'. Frisbie i in for town. I ulso have a small Mock "f soothes the inflamed air passages, wife's illness, n visit to Chicago, nnd voice but couldn't tell whnt he wns normnl action of the bladder. They Danville the gne.t of Mr. and Mrs. good. will sell nt 11 discount. nml checks the cold. Keep always only the main points nf his testi- suying; she still crying when 1 left are tonic in artiou, ipiick in results. It ftrnliuin I'lh-e- . Ar-TMiss j he Q. v (.., j. prepniu.' 1,. bui't. Teinis made known on dav of sale on hnnd. Kefuse substitute. Shu- -. Alecks Heard given below. John mony, are Andei'.ou them. Shugars mid Tauiicf. nol.l Im. been in Miinfoul for ii re- - n 30,0i!'J depot nt Sonvise'. 0 S. Rlfffi, Melxio'iey, Ixy gars and Tanner. ANDERSON CARR KILLS HIS WIFE I . , I1(.-- i "iic-irn- ct ... '. nt ,... 7 n, . 'j.' w-- s j s rrr .tftt-in'i- f f m, (di F e; ' j it e. i" i r. jj ieit e? 'r PM I ,r ,.. 1" ,,,,,,. hii-ba- ""' s,l . - t s.' 4 ;iai-ioii- s fr n-ji- 1 - Itiii-niil- c .,! "' ''I pio-hen- id ,K'1 . m ';" .A -- ,. ' e. . ''-- ; '- v 'i- - ,, i .AIi-s- - ...l-II.- i i ,U'M t - - . 1 (,. '"' ( - "-,- I ," " ,,,,.,,,.,, ,.,,, -.- ,.-- I .,,, - ll.. .1 aA ie-id- !nne","K,,,. ,. ,.,,, ' 1 ,.,,. I I - ..'"?... i .,' . ., " . - 7 " J.V, 1 L- I - l'' - ffi" 1 T n I li"" ,,,' r 1 ' V Si" hilf-iufliet- 'h'-iil- . ;." "ll". iv ' o.-n- . . . "'l "t ;, ,(:..,.:.,',:..',.' ,' M W 1 1 11 s .1 W 1 Ttt-ll- ry 'tv THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. Here's a Ford Model T Toiim Car The Inferior Ioiirnal. Established 1872 HELTON M. 8AUFUEY,...Publlitierj II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Kntered iord na second at tne rostoMco at Uu fclass mall. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. i IE b' WHAT IS A GUARANTEE? A Guarantee is a promise to mnke pood. A Promise i worth twnclly ns the promicr. A Promlscr who hasn't ulrrmly rcailo good enn't promise to mnko good. This n plnin proposition. Rccn'l to mind the next time you rend the cnteh-phrns"Our car is guaranteed for one yenr," or, "Our enr is guaranteed for n lifetime." Remember the lifetime of thnt enr stops just nt the point where the gunrantec begins. Thero is one guarantee that nlwnvs holds good. It is THE GUARANTEE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT Tlint is the giiarnnteo Hcivry Ford puts on his cars. That is why more than one hundred thousand Ford enrs nrc in "so today. That is why your car will be a Ford, if you believe in efficiency, economy, endurance and scricc. Ford distributors nnd Branches in all the piineipnl cities and to'.rr.s in this country arc at your very elbow to give you the service wo maine: W I'S .a hi? tk Handsome Foredoors roomy minute in desired details, strong, simple and WW backed with a record of five years' satisfacgiving results in all parts of the world to more than tion 100,000 users. This beautiful motor car completely equi' ped for only $690 f. o. b. Detroit I0AA "WE tain. w Vic-Miac- R For Demonstration, Catalogue etc., call on Win. F. Glover, Stanford. J USE" C DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREA- -: And don't aaaaaaaaaB-V!WV- JVTJl? ljl have to grease but once a week. iib tbj only living ptcimut oC riiCi:. jT he Mippcr in purilms-- . . Ms can 'fcn Id'id, ar.J vseentiy shipped from pet for the church. ;(didncy if !i Ho SUw- - "IC1 J&" '" iiv ... ". , of 10 irnlloiis of whis... -- "r"1, l"LV u'1 tr tfc, .cficn of" ford abtnf., ky on the preinisea of pinpnelor of P,B of '"s k,m,'c" tnm the Aiity. V n soft drink tnnd in Stanford, lh? Jl,n'or mnkes good the tateinent wu mnde t.- nJ Wm. F.t..s ., f sr'0Jcrou "s circus is lor a nine ui .f Magisii.. t dncy for IUU UMlMtViw some time ago in thoie columns thnt the band 1. The management is endenv-ciii- soft drink stands wero little Icm district, subject to the .I.' to assemble another troupe of Democratic Party. open saloons. If our legislasinj ers and African wild beasts, and than . :V crf'i X. For Comonwcallh's Attorney. Emmctt Purycar, of Uoyle, an nounces his candidacy for common-- 1 wealth's Attorney of tho Thirteenth Circuit Court District, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. For County Judae. T. A. Rice announces his candidacy for County Judge of Lincoln county, subject to the action of tho democratic pnrty. M. F. North announces his candidacy for County Judge of Lincoln county, subject to the nction of the Democratic party. For Jailer. Peyton Parrlsh announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to the nction of the Democratic) party.. Georqe DeBorde announces his candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic partv. Dink Farmer is a enndidato for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the nction of the Democratic party. William it. Hester announces his for Jnilcrof Lincoln coun t'j pul)i,',t to the action of the demo- . I Forty six more of them will ponio from the iirciilent 'own state of Ohio nnd ns ninny more I will romp from Roosevelt's stnta of New Yotk. Tliu N'eW Knpluml Mates I'ennyylvnnia, Illinois, Iowa Miouii nearly every lnIo in the fnion will fttniNli more. Therefore viewing the matter us u problem of pnieticiil politics, the Roosevelt seems to be liopcles. And considered in thnt light it is most fortunnip, for besides showing Roosevelt's ingratitude to Tnft, it rxliibiti bis selfishness nnd hi 'ut for power in such n manner ns to convince ovpn his friends when they have taken second thought thnt he is a meimiiPc to the institutions of thi freo republic. -v i'hied nrgToe.. SUFFERED 23 Pcruna. Mrs. J. IT. llourlanit, San Fahsi, Texas, writes! YEARS Ctnitant Sufftrtr Frtm Chri lo Catarrh Rtllivtd by A GIFT! THIS WEEK ONL Y We are Going to Give You an Opportunity to save money such as you never had in your life. A-R "Por twen-ty-tlir- cc years I was n. con- stant sufTorcr from chronic catarrh. Iliad a ncvcro misery and bum-In- s In tho top of my head. There was almost ft con- V mm HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Tho Junior llrothers Circus nnd Menngeiie of trained animals recently incorporated with n Miinll enpitnl and plotting iepects, wns stranded nt the first dref.s rchenrnl. !nt The trained initio absolutely week. and steadfastly refued to repeat his alphabet; the giraffe under the Inches of the ringmaster's whip en deavored earnestly to its equilibrium but in vain; nnd tho modest clown, objecting to tho fullness of their costumes after having become so accustomed to their hobble skirts and such, stood firm in their refusal to don their newly finished suits The manager implored with bend-c- tl !a2, ytt rasiriy uo jmrtilw.: tinual dropping of mucus Into my throat, which caused frequent expo c to ration. Sly entire system gradually became volved, and In- jHi Mrs. for this week only We are going to give you every piece our WINTER UNDERWEAR at just half its former price : $3.00 garments at $1.50; $1.50 garments nt 75c $1.00 garments for 50c, and the 50c garments for a Quarter. of G-L-O-V-E-S my condition Krcw worse. ..... --'- n . r? 'in "d I had an Incessant cough nnd frequent attacks of Mlloua colic, from which It pccmed I could not recover. My bowels also became affected, causing nlarmlng nllacks of hemorrh.iKt.-ti- . I tried many remedies, which gave only ti'iniorury relief or no rellof at all. I at last tried IVrunn, nnd In three days I was of the bowel derangement. After using ftv ih.1 les I wm entirely cured ily recommend tho uo of Fcrunu to .uiy unu similarly allllctcd I most J. H. Oourlsnd. cherfi i, . "2:,rale ' 'tjjul i '.''a t.abt - - FOR THIS WEEK ONLY ... Every Lined and Woolen Glove at half price Gloves at $1.00; $1.00 Gloves 50c; 50c Gloves at 25c, and the at 25c Gloves at 13c. K.m-Mti- - - w Now Bring the Even Change Along With You, FOR THESE ARE CASH PRICES. Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLLOILCO. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS J. D. Hads announces his Candida.. residents of Stanfor Magistrate In the Stanford dis- 11 successful, tho of the ford nnd vicinity will hnve an optrict, subject to the action portunity of seeing their perforDemocratic party. mances on the night of April ."th. At a meeting of tho Athletic AsAcquiring membership in the Ana- sociation of the school Inst wee!:. nias Club by saying thnt ho would Air. William MeCaity, on the merits nceept tho nomination of the Repub- of bis last year's captaincy, wns t FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DAILY -V- TO l MJU i IA- c ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY LIGHTED DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FOR FULL PARTICULARS. GUI ON It C. KINO, PasMOtcr TICKET ACENT, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, on WRnx nd Ticket Actct, 101 E. Mtln St., LEX1N0T0N. KY. ANY M rn i T- First National Bank Stanford; Kentucky. - Organized, October, 1882. kV- - organization, $223,500. Returned to its Stockholders $200,000 in cash, being reduction of capital stock. It is a Successful Bank, and is at the Paid in Dividends since service of the smallest depositor. m m FALL aid WINTER Shoes, GOODS Clothing, t Caps, and Family Goods now at Cost To Make Room. Ladies' Hats, Gents' a SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky 0O08. Wheat has built an addition to his store hero that will enable him to greatly cnlnrgo his business, which lie will do when good old summer time comes. Somo of tho temperance people hero hnvo sngested that tho peace loving people meet hero in tho near futuro and celebrate tho great victory achieved by tho god people of Lincoln county in tho Into whisky election. Should such a meeting be held resolutions jvrnising tho temperance people of Lincoln county will bo ndopted. Tho Rnntist ladies realized 'rlS.S.'j ., . ,, ,, in mo pie Mipvr in i iiv in- & day evening. Thero wns a good FALL AND WINTER STYLES. crowd present nnd tho program which consisted of songs nnd adMy new fall and winter snmplea dresses was interesting nnd highly are now ready for your Inspection. enjoyed by everyono present. It is Tuey comprise tho best on the market understood tho ladies will uso tbs can suit anyone as to price who bad bis clothes ind0 W order. A suit to ready uiadq clothes. To have them FIRE made to measuro doesn't coot any more than ready made when quality and SURETY BONDS made to your meaHUie is preferable and ftt Is considered. Come In and B.M.NEWLAND let me take your measure. STANFORD, KY. H. C RUPLEY, THE Practical Tailor William pre-idenmic-seec. lican party for president nfter his solemn declaration and pledge given in 10U4 that he would not be a candi date for a third term, Colonel Roosc-I'cl- t, in his answer to tho seven pov- crnois who petitioned mm to neconio fi candidate, practically tells them to So ahead and do whatever may be necessary to get him the nomination lie imposes no conditions says nothin? about how tho nomination shall be made merely saying: "I will accept the nomination if it is tendered to me,' which is equivalent to saying ho wants the nomination and will use every possible means to obtain it. A No ono should bo surprised. schemer, an opportune, an egotist, seeker a braggnit, a blood-thirst- y after notoriety, his announcement, inconsistent ns it is, is consistent with his whole public career. Every thing thnt he has done since bU return frum Africa has indicated his de-ifor another term ns presi- dent. His spectacular landing fit ew iork. his western tour, his course in tho New York tnte campaign in 1910, his brenkin with Taft his every act and his every utterance have been but setting the stare for his latest and Mjpremcst folly. It is unbelievable that he will get the nomination. Reaten ns he was in his own state in 1910. and repudiated ns he wns in every state in which he campaigned that year (including Connecticut, Ohio nnd Indiana,) is it inconceivable that any considerable part of his party will support him for president, when lus cry candidacy is an assault upon the traditions of tho republic againt giving any man n third term in the Then, too, it must he lemuiiibfifil that ho has entered the b'sts ngninst a man who was scaled nnd nnointed by himself ns his and thnt thnt man is now absolute master of tho machine him the 0 which gave118 votes nomination. Tnft will need to win. Nearly three hundred, of them will como & from tho south, it hero tho Republican party consists practically of federal office holders and disfran- re u'liiniinously selected as the lender of the baseball squad for 1912. The young officer is a capable player ai veil a- - si genial favorite, and thep combined with his senior widom and controlling abilities make him a enp-Ini- u worthy to lend the team of this ehool to victory nnd to the high pennant of the state. Jlnn-ngIreland hns sehednled gwmes with Willinmsbunr. Lcsincton. London, and Richmond, and other engagements will soon follow. Mr. fi. E. Kemper, a Georgctoninn star, will coach tho team this eaon and hns requested all applicants for tho team to report on the nthletic field for the first practico on March 7. Miss T.erthn Jackson has been quito ill for tho 'nst week but hopes to be able to take chargo of licr classes today. An open session of the high pchool flilerarv society was held Friday ev ening but very few of the patrons J nemis ' school were present. patrons, nnnng oi.tnine.i an en !""' tranco card from the prosident Jos. Ihll. will be gladly welcomed nt nny of these meetinc. The nest session will be held on Friday nfternoon, March S. Miss Grace Young, a former student of this school, and who recently finished a course at the Richmond Normal was a visitor of tho school Thursday. Oratorical contest, March 29, six speakers, fine music. Come. er tors mean business on the subject of temperance let them throw greater restrictions around these joints, nnd help tho people in their fight for pence and happiness. Such curioMtie-- . as mentioned by nyneburg scribo arc rare, j our and onsht to be preserved ns a relic, and placed ns a reminder of what ChristMii people, nnd other did for snloons on February 10, 1012 (J. K. Jones U working; on h wnr claim fur pretty considerable sum. Tho elniw is for property dentroyed on hi grandfather' farm by the federal army away Itaek in the sixties. Mr. Jones Mys he 1ms made all the profit necessary and thinkthero i no doubt thnt the claim will - H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky HYDRATES LIME be allowed. BACKACHE ALMOST UNBEARABLE. ADVANTAGES OVER LUMP LIME: nn almost certain result of kid I). Toomey, S03 K. ney trouble. Olive St,. RIoomington. 111., says: ' Is suffered with backaehu and pains in my kidneys which were nlmost uu benrablc. I gnve Foley Kidney I'ills a good trial, and they done wonderful work for me. Today I can do a hard day's work and not feel the rffecN." Sluurars and Tanner. R. O. Collins, Postmaster, IScnognt X. J was tioubled with a severe In crippo cough. He says: "I would bo completely eshnutcd after each fit of violent cotighinir. I hoii'.'ht n hottlo of Foley's Honey nnd Tnr Compound nnd before I had taken it all the coughing spells had entirely erased. It can't be beat." ShiiL'ars and Tanner. The Christian i No Waste, No danger of Fire, No Caking, No air Slacking, No Swelling, No waiting for your mortar to season. TRY IT It is Economical, W. H. HIGGINS, OUR ggSt church at planning n $13,000 edifice. MIDDLEBURG PRESCRIPTION 14 W) ASHAMED OF HER FACE wan nilmmed of my face." wrlt Ml-- -i 1'lrkiird of North Carolina. "It wan all full or nlmwex uiul wum. out mlrig U, l JJ. I'resvrliition for nfn-l.(Zt'tn.-I ran ww that now llioro in no tign of (hat Lczt-mund that wni thrm years uko." TIiIh im hut onn of thouxnnilR of In which U. I). D. huii Blitilv wauhul uwuy thu hkln trouhle. 1). I). I), cleansca tho tkln of tho grrnm of l'burlatln nnd other vcrlous Hkln lUruvvs; xtoim tho Hell iiiHtuiitly. nml when unci with 1). D. 1. vonp the cures to le permanent. Nothing Ilka D. I). I), for the complexion. Trial bottle IB centK, cnniiKh to prove tho merit of thin wonderful rem-td- y ' ran nlo eIvo you n full rlis bottle for tl 00 on our nbfcnliitt. tiiur-nnlthat If thin very flrnt hot tie full tn kIvu you rtiluf It will cost you I DEPARTMENT We consider the most important part ot our business. It is well stocked with the purest and freshest ot Drugs and Chemicals that can be obtained, and is complete in every particular. Our customers may rest assured that any they brinjj to us will be accurately pre-scripti- ... com-pounde- d. Dr. Hess' Poultry and Stock Food Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, JtcntucAy. 4 INSURANCE Shuaars and Tanner. Stanford. Kv. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbhIi ply . v THE STANFORD TIio Indies of tlio Hnpt.ist eliuteli will lmo their exchange before INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KY. nimble length of time. JO pr LOOK OUT! Easter instead of St. Potnek's dnj, ii h Imn liven prcxioutdy announced jut SAVED FROM AN OPERATION How Mrs. Reed of Peoria, Escaped The Surgeon's Knife. "I 'M tO I cents; ."() '2 tablet, 10 tabids, only ot out ttnt. ton- liihlct, il'eiinj'i Dhu Tlic Ladles Aid of I lie ClirMim. clutrnli, instead of meeting with Mrs. C. K. Talc, on account of tho illno-- s of her father, will meet with Mr. W. 0. Withers on I'ridny .March 0. It Mr. sir,.. cents; HO Htnntorf' Tin' Kcxiill store. L.' Sold In S- lft)ung Mart vym III., ) COL WALTON'S NEW YORK Ten Years nom f io-da- v -7- Popular or Reform at Head of Bank Movement. For a Big EMBROIDERY Sale. Guess When and Where. who hns pono Poorln, IM nwnjr on tlio rnnd, 1ms left the entttu In the hnnilii of know what Ly of IxtuH Lynn, his forvnut. If wanted, en nt John O. Lynn's moat shop, nml I will eomo nt once. Louis Lynn. J who I.jrnn, -nTSSS 1ft r-'- yy 01 rii .ri.u.imm'. ff. 'tkb.. ( 'i' :,ii J In dent i . . ; if. lortwoyeen 1 1 j( riaiilhoJatutnot . ,t nl. Tho dec-- '. Wliito Orpington Tor Snip.--P- ure eggs nt V- for IS. Kcllcrstrnss strain Lnrgcst fowls, best Inyors. Mrs. M. 23-I). Hughes, Lnncnstcr K'y. M. C. XowJand, who hns been tak No Sale Like This Before. ing a course in surveying nt Stnte University in Lexington, hns returned to his homo in this county nnd is prepared to do nil prncticnl surveyIlttrnl ing. Cnll or address him. routo Xo. 1 Stanford, of phone, Crnb Orchnrd. 13-S- Watch THIS PAPER For Particulars cnll nt Stnto Hank their nice rooms. Parties wnnting rooms nnd offices & Tnist Co. See 11-tf W. S. Fish represents only the (iicoi mill Miuiujcii UI3UI ante uu.ii- panics. Let him keep you protected. II. Edward, of Crnb On hard, has SOCIAL been n guest nt the home of Stexc Wilbur on Center sicr.t. Corliin MIm Anna 0. Mcllobert is out Times. Mr. Pnt W. Whipp, of Stanford, lifter n several days' illne. Mr. and Mr. C. E. Tnto nnd ohil-dr- wns here Saturday to be nt a meetspent Saturday in Lexington. ing of tho Liberty Mining Comptny Misses Pollie McKoborts nnd Helle in which ho hns ttock. Liberty I)ennv nte uniting Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Xcws. Mr. nnd Mrs. Qcnr Hi cut left xillc." 111., to mnke Mies Mnry Hope Carpenter, of last week for Lincoln, is the guot of of Mis their homo in tho future. Perryxillo, Mrs. Jamie Carpenter, enme down Kntc P. Rnney. ami PERSONAL f thu pstwr m t 1" lrt Ulffbv OMt Mhfirv lri.l cmm bu trrn .hi 1u turf In .11 IU litMtM. knd that nmrt t.'.rrl.' II. t itt.rrli mnlK-n- h lt ooi i irartb rnrr iLi"n 10 tit. tr.trrntif tiring rfiti.iitkiiM.imi 1imi. rniuirr. -. ciAtitn lhiu.1 11. i.. .ul 11... 1 tatirrh fa" tnn in. irXUii illrrrtlf Uinn tlr IiKmnI .ml tnumu trfoall ot th. iifitrm thfrrby i!itririf2 tl wrfsrr IrMiiMlitlnn ot 11). S100 Rcwuru, SI00. I Tb- rradfM Ulftt thrr? h At Ht t- I m -- on dl'aM. ami rtTlnff tl. MlHI trrnfth bf hulktlng up Oi. rcmMtltutlon anil auil lnr ntur. In (loins it. ork 1?i. woprkiont l.'e murh Iith In Its rurttlr. n.rri that ly tTtt to w'oTtJiTimXu!!"' "", " 'Z Aildff- -i I'J I II I M.Y A CO . 1 olnlo. O Mukl ur all Oruillata. 11c aae 1UU a ram' r 1'UU (or rotullpalK 's5r '" FOR SALE OR RENT. We was wrong with our, monetary -- jmoiii. All ague that wc hne maty ol the bo-.- t ii.mks and) 3Irs. Lynch Also Avoided Oporatliiii. twiikers 111 ihc world; but when, in fter tho birth of my p.,.iw, -- ndi bank-- , lme bien iimible- Jes.up, fourth child, I had severe organic inflam-j,- ,, tmvtimM n(1 mntion. I would have such terrible pains , . . v :m'1 m cI1,,lly that it did not feetn ns though I could X,l" ,' that we hne the stand it. This kept up fur three long jr,n,1 to n.lnut months, until two doctors decided that) worst blinking organization in any! an operation wns needed. civ iticil eoiiutn. Iuikeil, we liav'c "Then one of my friends recommended .,t.m vll(h male united action Com- Lythi E. Plnkham's Vcgetiblc ,H,"I,,I,, "un'"t t,M! ''"-"- ol !ound nnd after takinK!t for two months n "-Vumv- Joseph A. I wasp well woman. ltl- - Luisriie i -- triitly L.scil, Jessup, Pn. Women who gutter from female ilia '". uptoseiittmj a joint and ontnn. should try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- - con uioumont of men and l.le Compound I. one of the most success- - (ll,,,rs lll,U..H.ndent oI &,.. .. fill rimi-illithn wnrlil hn ivrr knnu'n. intlon-'- , Wllo 1110 Ullltin'- - 111 n lu.nnlMr before submitting to a surgical opera moNenient for n refoim of the bank- - j tion. ing system of the Lnited States. Its nun is to conduct nn educational 01ft the mcnl nn' sntc tho brnn, v,,1 0,v ln,crs J" pnn'ly la"' c,"uPa'r.'" of natioiinl cope, and to Mnkes no difference if he is n hotiti,' awaken the public to a realization You gotta quit kickiu' my dawg that our system, dependent ns it is on unrelated bank- -, is subject to aroun'. -Pn.-"A- iMy motl.iir mo Lydia C. Pinkbnm's Vegetable Compound, and todny I nm a well nnd henlthy woman. For monthfl I sufTcred from inflammation, nnd your Sanative ; van rclleveil me. 1 nm gmu 10 icu nnyone what your medicine hnve done for me. You enn uso my testimonial in any way you wish, nnd I will bo glnd to answer letters." Mrs. Chuistina P.EEI), 105 Mound St., Peoria, 111. vds tnc surgeon'f I.i.ife. Ui only re mm! j taught tuovctl Ins headipmrter Li Miiytcn to trim Louianllo with an olluu m the l!(,iiitnlilu building whero ho is now ni'tiwly 111 clmrjto of tho Kentucky limiieh ot tho National Citiens' Leu-surt tlio purpose ot which is to lea'ii!aliun by Congics which will miet thu diMidvitutugcs dim to e, so-"t:- Col. W. P. Walton ha iWL ' 'Noy Vt TT jfou' viH be l our present lack of system and crc-1- 1 to confidence in our biinkim; sta- lillitv. not onlv 111 thi pimntrv. Int u,,,,,,.,!,.,,,,. ihs uiiolo cuiiimeicml W(),,t ,,,, ht' l"",u" oi li)U'' "'! IM' l'w I'd witj tlioiiahtful bitiiie-- s man mWwmWmrfosperous It ti'MuM I Hi... ji IV, V7 v 'Mua.J.VOtU 4M II you start a ' that oiiiethmg Think of possessing your own business being independent of employers of enjoying all this world can give to the successful man. All ossr ,. ,,. co. thnt if 3'ou commence TODAY. Open nnd more will be Yours a hank account one here XOW Mrs. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profits $4,098.94 Deposits $75,481.90. W. L. McCarty Pres. M. B. Salin, Cashier. ' a ., pa't offer for snle or rent the Mc- - most serious and unnecessary groun Makes no difference if ho is n hottn, You gotta quit kickiu' my dawg nrntin'. Tlio Washington Times is offeiing a ptize of -- " for nn additional verse. CASEY'S REMARKABLE FAMILY dan- Xnney Ycngcr continues quite ill nt her homo on Lancaster nvenne. Itownn Sunfloy wns over from Frankfort 1'rnUy to spend Sunday with ltk family. Ilux Einui hi returned Mi from a wk' riwt to her wide, Mr. ,1. A. IWaxIvy and family at I.anen-tc- r. Mis Sir. Mftd and ICirfcurilto, wot the jruet of Mr. Mm. W. S, Fwh Inst week. Mm. W. M. Malum and Mm. C. T. Itttttnwwtt, of Lancaster, hnoo gone to the city to lay in their spring millinerywent up to Mrs. E. J. Hrown to mnke n Mnrotburg Satuiduy shoit vi.it to hor father, J. X. Grif- Mr. I,oi Ito. of fin. George P. Hopper, dr., enme over from Pnnville. to spend Sunday with his jmrents. Mr. Hopper is n junior t Central this term, and is making n splendid Tecord. Glasgow. Miss Jenn Buchanan hns concludFourth district. John L. Helm, ed n delightful xjsit to her sister, Ehzabethtowu. Mr. A. Adnms, nnd returned t" Fifth district. William Hex burn, Louisville l'ndny, accompanied by Loiii-xill- c. FREE IF IT FAILS. her niece Mis .Tnne Adams, who will bo her piet for the week-enSixth district. P. B. Wallace, Your Money Back if You Are Not Walton. Frankfort Xew. Mr. nnd Mr. .lames T. Menofee. Seventh distiict. Bodes Thomas, Satisfied With the Medicine fif ...... ... .... fir., ,. v.. ...... ... Iv'tinrvtllo ..... in.miliflf- - Ufivnrnl Georgetown. We Recommend. days Willi his parents Mr. nnd Mr-- . Eighth district George W. Welsh, .1 X. Mcnefee. Mr. Mencfce is mak-in- g We are so positive that our rcme-o- x Panxille. k service will bo held I'vprv time I go to school Th n trrcnt record on the rond for Ninth district :B. II. Vansnnt, will )ei'maueiitly relievo consti-p.itiot arhcr lams me with a rule; church on Wed-(Th- e Paint Com- at the tho Shenvin-'Ni'hniino nintter Iiow chronic it mny Ashland. pany. He stands nt tho head of iipm1.iv exciting nt ":.10 instead of 4 Mops no difference if I nm n fool Eleventh Pistiict. P. C. Edward, be. tlint we offer to futni-- h tho inedi-un- e Subject: "Jesus' Stan- - She's gotta quit Inmmin' me with n their over WO salesmen in the ul oMock. nt our expense should it fail Loudon. rule. Mnrd of Absolute lhght." Mat. 5:IS. timo of bui'iess done. lesidts. U pioduce Milisfucloi M010 fanners rend tho Interior It is woise than useless to attempt to erne constipation with Journal than any other country pacathartic drugs. Laxutix'cs or eath-11- 1 per in this part of tho state. this when you get ready to ties do much hann. They cause n 1 enction, irritntc, nnd xveaken tho ndvcrtic your horse, jack or bull. bowels and tend to mnko constipaJ. D. Steenbergen, sells, builds, tion more chronic. Besides, thein nna adjusts scales nt rock uso becomes a habit thnt is dangerbottom prices. See him for prices ous. before you ouy. Address Stanford, It Constipation is caused by a xvcak-nc100-- t muscles of P. D. No. 1. of tho nerws and I the large intestine or 'colon. To expect permanent relief Ijou must theicfoto tuna tip nnd strengthen these organs nnd restore them to healthier activity. We xvnnt 3 on to tiy I'cxnll OrJcr- lit s on our icconimonilntion. Tlioy lore ovceedingly pleasant to take, be- -' ing eaten liko candx, nml nro ideal for children, delict to persons, and j old folks, ns xvell as for tho robust They net directly on the norves and muscles of tho boxvcls. They apparently hnx'o n neutral action on other associnto organs or glands. PROTECT YOUR HORSE They do not purge, cnuso excessive looseness, nor crcnto any inconx'cni-enc- o Also yourself xvhen driving this cold whntevcr. They mnj' bo taken weather. We nro headquarters for nt nny time, day or night. They xvill Ilorso blankets, lap robes nnd carpositively relievo chronio or habitual constipation, if not of surgical riage heaters. And all horsemen's supplies. vniicty. nnd tho myriads of associate or dependent chronio nilments, JCt Stanford. Ky. if taken with regularity for a ten-- 1 J. C. McCLARY, nl d. i i-'. mid-ween, is Kinney Woolen Mills nt McKinncy, Ky. This mill is fully equipped to yam, jeans, blankets, from Crnb Orchnrd, to hear the Or- manufacture Linsey nnd other goods nnd is well chestral Entertainers nt tho opera locntcd. Apply to K. L. Tanner houc Inst Thursday night. & Son, McKmney. Ky. f. Xcws was received Inst week of the liiilli of n son to Mr. nml Mrs. We are prepared to install hot !ev. Kont. nt their homo in Louis-tllwntcr nnd lint uir henting, plumbing followed soon afterwards by enc, Conn Pros., Lancaster, 81-t- f. tho news of tho death of the little one. Both hao the sympathy of a HOUN' DAWG SONG. hoft of friend and loied ouch hore in their boroavement. Campaign Song of Missouri DemMr. S. II. Shank was stricken ocratsWrite a Verse with nn nctite nournlgic nnd congo-ti- i' attack, while signing lomo money The I. J. will rrint additional at the Uncoln t'ouiiu XHtional Hank if there are uny leaders in of which he i" pniilent, Saturdny this section who think another nflernooii, nnd for n while bin stanza will help some. friends were ery uneasy oer bis The Miouri 'Hoiiii' Dawg" song, Ho wns tnkeu to the which for many condition. jears the people of home of Mrs. C. 1 Tntc. his daugh- the Ozaiks have been singing nnd ter, in the automobile of Pr. K. J. ihitling has In en officially adopted lirown, where ho wns gien prompt as a rninpnign song by the Missouri attention. He rested fairly well thnt ihe song, in full, is ns follows: night nml Sunday, and is said to be holding his own fairly well today, Every time I conic to town though still being in n, rntber criti-c- The boys keep my dawg condition. nroun, Makes no difference if he is a linuii. SHORT LOCALS. They gotta quit kickiu by dawg aroun.' Stop at W. II. Higcins and sec tho new timer JCuitng tinning plow. Snmbo, lay that banjo down You trifling lioun' Money to loan on enty terms, low .Alnkoe no difference if he - a houn.' 1). Pt'iiniilL'ton. You sottn quit kickin my dawg rati, iutftoxt. Agent. nroun'. 12-tu, gers, and that this absence of orMy dawg Prum is a good ol1 hottn, frniN the possum on the tlrycst ganized nnd united responsibility in our bnnks affects all classes, is it menace to legitimate business op... ations and a drag upon national The League inxites citizens generally to join its membership, the fee being one dollar each, to bo spent in tietiajiiig the expenses of n publicity campaign in behalf of baiiMi.g and currency letorm. Col. W. P. Walton is in charge of the xvoik 111 Keutuckx as secretary and will take pleasure 111 -- ending lit eratuio on the subject of .1 Central Koserxo Association to all interested His address is room ol", Equitable Building, Louisville, Ky. "There is no politics in the move- NewSp ring Goods The following is a partial list of NEW SPRING GOODS w have just received : Ginghams that Laces Hosiery Curtain Goods Linens, &c. Dress Goods Trimmings Novelties Flounces Percales Poplin Silks Caey count ha, ert, runnrkahlu This family hes of the Pig South Pork, near Powers, Ky. It is con-iel of -- iv inetnbeis and fic generation-, all Iiing in tho same house Their name- - nre as follows: Mrs. Kliza Hnfley is great, great grand nmther. Mis. Sara Mills, great grandmother, Mrs. Mollie Murphy grandmother. Itobert and Grace Taylor parents of 0110 son Clifton Brad- ley Each of the first three named women nro widows, two of which only had one child each, whilo Mrs. Mnrphy ha hnd three, two of which still sitnive. Charley a son of three jcars makes the sixth one of the family. The oldest member is IS ears of age, tho joUnge-- t one month. Liberty Xcws. pi one of tho most iainilies in tho state. We handle only goods of quality and guarantee prices Also big supply of Tobacco Canvas at Lowest Prices. ments for monetary and banking saitl Col. Walton "and the Leaguo will not champion the bill of the Monetary Commission except in so far as it seems to meet its object and desires." The committeemen from Kentucky nro ns s,o far named : Third district, W. L. Porter, -- Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. Use Baughman's Flour and Meal NONE BETTER Order a sack from your grocer today, ant! we'll guarantee you will be pleased. We're ma king a great flour this season, the finest for biscuits and light bread you ever saw. i-- -n-i-- Flour that Are You a Woman re-ra- J. H. Baughman 3l & Co. t,i ss c ARDUI TAKE i dest-eiidin- STANFORD, KY. ioii0ioaoioii&ioiiciOaoaoii& 0 0 llniteci States 2)evosto?y o &07- - Postal Savtngo Sounds 0 Lincoln County National Bank Corner Tfaxi to Court JVousc STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Oi I o 0 o The Woman's Tonic 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 $ y IOI0I0B0B0BB0B0 0B0l0B0B0BBaaj .MVfr-yfriwVt- ,. JMaLIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHaalMaallllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHKLi20iii3 'vtl ljn in urn iY- - r -.- ..f wfaLeK.'j , Mim TW11" " MA.b - it hi ?rjfcgr A,y-- irtownw jwm.-- , iii HT ;apn . -- ,, y- n rr' m' -- . -- tof '!' aisryyggy Ti , .tWiniNn l''l''''''''lw,''''lw''',l"t'N'' "U TifMiBBiWiTMBIW oooioioooioiooo n oooioioooioiooo n o Tobacco tjr jK 'Hi sffl iHVt A-- Wi THE STANFORD -- r- INTEWIOB JOUB HAL. STANFORD. KY. H' WJ ("v lilJ W at- .AAaiMftiiWlCIAKSn !. -B41IUU1"WW"WV"W -- -.- - o o o J. V. ,u- -- rieucei ..r, -.- YOU WILL N MiT. r a . toiitest, which will " b iiiued to Kentucky jioultrjiui'ii, " ble M11L'.!) f k I of M Mid which is for the jiuqiose of X ., kill ihi H horse l.iin wlint bleed of chickens is Q grow th cf pwi . rspjiut, m ui(it prolific as lajers, is to be i is Liinr;mt i April 1, ou the farm of Sausrri) Ir I tuh -, former United States Senator T. II. aau mr. i. I'nj liter, sir miles this side if I'rnalc xv H I uwft i.wn I nil' tit ittn 'k foil, if airaugemeiils now being made 'tilcli UiHfn(.f a tur Kf t am lthiHil a tut are perlected, says (he Lexington i nttr bHi$hi mnre olmh Umd tlnimcnit Q ft hue aiy otJi.r I.endei. K temtd lur point." i Inn losiujit Ky. The jiiomoter of the contest is vt I nmt nt la tSe bill njli SltMri I nave trmoTtU vny Uro liot l i m 4 O thalf IM.viud W. noueheis, of Louisville, horse with It I Im khcl a qtui.it Have, illst O I'll.. wiil nf Gcnn-poullij itlilor of Hie Louisville livuy Sia. cratk on a nure ilut lure also hc4ll raw s c ai s vn three ticca over the Itoekeaxtle hue was well, ening Post nnd of the Home ami I havt heated grta tar. hctl oa a nutt thai couM lunllv walk " of hordes hold for I'n i in. who wns in Lexington sev-cu- d attended. A Anthony (i. Mn, OAUnJ, l'x , Koutc Ko. 1. cows told from $30 to davs this week securing entries nulk and nUo conferring with Dr M. A. corn at :t.7u to $:i.S3 a hairel, Scovcll, of the Kentucky Kxpermieiit hens sold at 00 cents apiece; fodder Stnlion, with (he view of securing at 50 (cuts a shock and fanning ft his eo. operation. tools and household floods sold well Mr. (touchers hns jut returned At the sale of Mrs. 1. U. Thornton, is good for nil farm stock. ftom Washington, where he conferr near Pieaehersulle, one horso sold "Mr hiri had hoc; cholera three dari ed wxth Secretarj- - WiUon of ho for .I70; on0 for $75; household before e icot yuur liniment which I wae advised to try I lute used (t now far lniled States Agricultural Dqiait-iinen- t. and kitchen furniture told high. J. three dars and my Imet are almost well. who .Mi. Itouchers sns has P. (.'handler ciied both hilled and One hog died ltnre t cot the liniment, but lure not I wt any mice." 'agreed to end n Government exjieit kept things moving. A. J. MilAaTiti, IJasllle, lad. . to Kentucky to tukc charge of the splendid crowd nttended the A 8oldbyall cli (dution sale of 1'iank Spoona-moi- p contest and keep a tecord of the ex m Dealera. Price and Dr. W. 1'. Hickle. at the liniment. 60c. U $1 00 Scnntor Pnyntcr who tccenlly jnir-- ( feim iieni l.owlnnd. Snturdax, nml . .;-'uispil n -- 1(1,(100 farm near Frankgood juices wore realized for ex en thin-.- ' Col. T. D. English, fort, nnd on which he jiropo-o- d offeied. to t t iblish n ponlliy jilanl, for the ot Danville, ciied the sale, ami kct ... In ilit of nn mviilid sou, has luteed v the biddets moving at all tunes. Tbiv.. iOlOlCCC O10V0 a - n tollorts: 0. M. to pen ut the collie! to be conduct-t- d lisi ol the m two red heifer calves at $10,- time, furnishing tin ncccssnrv er of the Confederate army, nml & SECOND ANNUAL SALE (50; 0. M. Cost oiohii's Boos on Horses, Jere heifer $27. I' H i:rt 'i"ii. while me Lom-vn- ic Cattle, Hogi and Fooltry ill fi XI Mili..n In.i l.i.H i jWitlt him sow much of nnin and Couihii, which ul-- o ji iMislmii: sect tree. AdJren The I'erryvillc Stock Sales Co., hoiilal service during the Civil Wnr p ibli-btin Home nnd Fnnn. wi!' 0. J. 1'. Italian! 0. v.Dr. Earl S. Sloan She is hiirvived by two brothers T. W. Jones, cow the temjiornry poultry of I'errjv die, Ky. will hold their nee- t slnhlish Boeton, Mas. HeVP iPC hoil-e- s arc Col U G ond miiiiuhI combinnlioii snle in Per- - nnd one siiter. Th II. S. Siooii.i-nioi- e nnd Jeii". fn ruiIi I he fw-ileii' hall heifer ?'J()..")0; .1. D. .Ieise stuff for ihe fowl nnd pay the oth-i- i ivvillc, Kj., ou Mnrch 10, 1012. Any Diitiliiji, of Lexington; Mr. George 2? nml cv ot body lutving stock nnd Dennj, of I.e.xniicton, and Itev. Geo. Whitehouse eoiuiag xpi'iise of the eonlct. his fumily carnage. He bean! of Col O of Ijnannuniis The wnnline to oll them in thin a1e hnd Diinlap, The jvlnn. nccoulinti to Mr. I'micli mule .la. Whitehoii-- e coming the etra fine lean, of 11.au that beoin-(e- in imve this littler ec one of the comjmiiy nt bodj wnit Rent to her old home at longed to the Kcntm ij lloio and lis. . fer sa ..-. ". .'..". BR ."..'. $.". Q i '"! Whitchoii-- e .'i '. d continue i mouth, beffmiun.' may and list your horoo and mule. l.uticnuter for intorment. coming Mule f'omjiiinj, and win shown hoi-mule $HJ.o0; T. S. Shiijkoii the-- c mule- - he iAinl 1. I'iftj len, each jien to con. We Imve the jirounni' of plenty of cd hiin-eas dismare mule loin five coining three-- j ear-ol- d lim. ore It lniors both local and fiom amnle Vholesale Cash Prlrr; In Consumers -- .. . ... l'eer luiMiig the jilensiire of , veemg , be rn t-. nnd i.ii .u...-,c-..01.111.-t,, . , , entered in the content. A ixlh tance. t'Hid fnnn hott-e, 1. rul ..1..1 ..r l'l r.O ....... l.... Ti.i.oo; .w ii c:..... .. .... 4.. 111. . lea.lj for.erv.ee is ingrent demand !titnntliv $? ( ;,,',.,. OHiiP-uiIHU IIOIU IIHlll' Cl--i.iik. fin, ilt iltiv. tI tJtIllll llf iin- - injer to take the Jiluce of any uL the iiini iii ii,.i.rr,i ncd. Wire fencing. Ilemlv inndc funr- - ear-ol- d hoiu mule fl'-'-o; Will natre hore-.- , but the weie hard to contestHnts that max be iaeuii.'i-tnte- r?cc am ci ill tins jinjicr soon. For any informa- 'moling. horse find, ami that he would buy thU will be sent foi toserie Coidier coining four-- j car-ol- d Nelson's flour, ii ton tion nihlrcsH .M. II. Heazley four-yjn- r flic conle-- t will include nil avail-libmule Diiirv teed. Write for Miinjiles niiif lean) of mules for In tainaue, wlueli C. A. KERN, Manager, brills of llickeils. No I'llliciei old mule .i13 ; George bjioonamore he did beioie leaving town: the jince iiieis. You can -- mvc " to f'J.'i on Kentucky, hori-- e mule ?03 jMid wn-- . coming two-- j ear-ol- d is to eiilei moiv than one pen ol the l'errjwllc, rf(IO. winter and spring jmrt bases. .Mr. Kennedy is Jas. Whitehoii-- u coining thiee-jen"ils iiomi- - siilile bleed, and whc the fifty know n as one of the ino-- I ; .. i.t .i .. ,t .. x.; . -PUBLIC SALE! X. Chris- old hoie male t1'..""; '. wealthy il.inter of l.enoir nic c iircd no inoie will be icecivisl iient and O VII I'lilrie. d hoisc ' county, and man (oming are to be led in the , good noted for hi-POULTRY COLUMN I will olfer at public -- jiMie outcrj ou George Spoonamoie II- - judgment on food, cared im in the simo mule fine hoise and mules. v the lurm ot Mrs. Nannie .). T. Alexander ear-ol- d filly This team that he urihaid was manner ami subjected to llu ome Kclmble Hinders of Pine .1 miles from Laiicantci on .'jOC; Win. Cor- - -living conditions. The Government hore hown at the larger fails in K'eu- llred Poultry Card of Five I a. Cor-i:- .. and Stanford juke near Lnncnstct W. dier jennet and colt from the i t uck e. 1 Lines lat .easnii .mil lia( the liou- - ixpcit sent at Wasln -,.Dniartnientkeiof While Oak School house on To come in nnd look through ou r line of Pojilin Taffetas, :.... : i ; .ner jemiei s'- --' t i" i v .... J"'- - r ot in silks. And Don't fail to see our line of Irish moie liliie lilibiins than Ai:ii'iiltuie and solt Tuesday, March 5, 1912 c'v- ii il"l net -- ii; .1. l. iioiton o ami iciord ot llie t'u-j- mid the and nit 1nu ues in nil weight. .,.,,.,..,.. an . other te.im lh.it wus mi the (ir- - coiiilihoiis of the fowls nnd the re:.. ;ieo-.- . n.. ........ k. tow it: 'Ihe iollowing jiropeitj Cll J'l In- -t 710..lf VlClflf .'I'lHUKHUINi: je.il. Mr. X II. Jewell Come 111 today, no time like the jiresent. Wo will be glml -- tiw J- rj nog in bought them of Gentij, Thoinjison sult of the cxci uncut- -. Tioihu One man mule, good workei nnd rHi; I nine isit jdeasant and we hope to hne jou and will make your in hnruess not afraid of auto LTT" ot taps .nnl iiHiliil-- i will driver $5.S0 a hundred pounds; V. II. I'ep-iI- e Mule ('omjKiny at I.e.v.iiigtou, Ky in in tin profitable. two loads ot com tI.IO a b.it- - l)ieimber. nml sin c that time they In fiw.ililed the siiciessfnl coliti's-Ini-- i. mobiles, on,, horse, good worker and v'-driver and exlrn wagon horse safe Grab wi'l nlso receive n iel; 0. G. IJenzley load of corn 1.40 ', ae been on exhibition at the Ken- from tlio Dejiartmenl of Ag- for women lo drive, not nfraul of u. w. i..m--j 1...I.1 i ru,,, (lcIv Horve nml Mlk( C ll imiiw: Old Iliek-oij- " automobiles, one 54.31'; G. G. lieazley lon.l of com ,, haVt. in lilllin .it VV.Isllingtnn. m fMtU wngon and harness, one buggy It h.l- - l.'iU bull o dcb.il.llilc ilics. T4.:i.; 0. (.. Henley hud of cm 'nilm;rt,, bv .ou, ,. p,e flll, on iiiuomr (uofessiomil jioidiiv it.cn nml harness, one spring wagon, one t4:t'; Ilane I'oy.iter fno hogs nt i.ui1 , MnU. u ((f double-shovjilow .,. Os to what lined of chickens mis tinning ploj, one ...... ii humli.'d: II. C. Iliown two f!ll(1 M(l .I.,..,. Hoos-i1 dic harrow, one ii nl piolifie ns egg jirodiuciv n. t. a iiuutiieii: sow jugs nt This j)iogre-si- e firm. coiiijioed corn jilanler, one .1. I. Cu-- e riding ii Bioun one sow nnd jii,-r-'- f- -. of Messrs. ('has. Lules, uf Staiii'ord, Soiiu have iissciled that the 2." barrels g I while . -- 1 .i hi Id the record: olhci- - have cultivator, D. Eads nnd Sons want 100.000 Ky.. I'resiileat : A. II. Jew ill. LexJ. coin, and oilier iiitiel-- . too numi--oi- ih (he Rhode pounds wool. Sec them hefoie you ington, Ky., and buyer, colilcnibil thai I to mention. 14S-- 8 sell. weie in ii l.iss liv tlii'iiisclves, . II. Howell, one of the liost nnd S i",bl.Vlr All sums of ll'.KM1- - Ol' SAM! -. .Of-l.iuht ''Jeisej Liiowu nnd oldest niiilf ilealeis m while the I'lvmoiith Hoi 1'or Sale.- - Toiu'-- J ear-ol- d 4 10 and under cash '..v-'hand ovci in nn.! Itiiihnuis. W.vauilottcs .1. I.mlnj, .Jr., il)-- -. cow, liesli. b. tni. sr,.ion, ns sceietan uud tre.is- thai nmoiint will be aiven n crulit S. C. CRYSTAL cnlhu-iasti- e have -n cars of stool: lli'vociile-- . hud llnir I.et the Interior Journal juint jour uier hae sld id four mouths, jmi chasers reipund WHITE LEGHORNS n This tontc-- t - tn I heir opening heie last Do- insJajJlfT' hoie and jack cauls. Neat woik liens with sfyj T Fiom trai-ucswhich of nil the diffei.nt to irive note bearing fi per cent inbet. Thej cain lit all times negotiable ami done ji ioiii.ll at nick bottom prices ol over 2(10 eggs a jcar. The luceiU is cntillcil to the stiprvmucx. terest from date largest Mijly of M..el; pavahlf at the Lincoln Countv Nat- stiaiii Ibut lavs is the strain that Hon Ilanev Helm. Congressman the best and md il is nciillcss o sn t lint the ' '"" ' need of genuine good PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND ional Il.ink. The terms of the pajs. Fggs tioui No, 1 jien fj.50 from Ibis district wauls the tohaeco will be watt hid with iiiterc-- t. sell, get price See us before a -.' r..iiB by in- ,;'".I' sale must be complied with hefoie per l.'i eggs, other iells sJ.,-,- () ..r Interior Joar- mowing leader e In country or dellveretV. ...ichas- Hi '7.(10 jier 100. Get in the laving iropeity is removed. nnl to Know that, by special con- - N'.'". then Moik before for nil purposes. So if ou want to COLT FUTURITY " E. R. Holtzclaw. build a house, a barn, n elm-kef.ock Pox i hiss. Onlci loday. Department of Agri- - "" cession of the M1 11 K. Well- -, of Crab Oichnid has H. 1'. D. No. 2. Lnni'iistcr. Kv. coop, a dog bouse or h feni-e- . eotne Clili. A. C. Al'ortl, Slanfirril. Ky cultuie, he has seemed several bun- Announced By Catalogue Committee .1d his farm to David Unwind, of here tor the maleiuK We have I COL. .1. I'. CIIANDLI.K. AI'CT. II jMikages t.f White Hur- ,1red s of K. P. Fair. hII sorts and sires in both rirmh rr Belle county, for t'.V'OO uud will go I wish o sell privnttly a number S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. ley and Yellow 1'ijor tobacco seed, 1 . 1Y. 1 UUOla and finished lumber and if we of excellent buildim: lots located in The laving strain that fills Ihe which he will be el'ad to send to nay to Nebraska wheie he and his chil- kind, (.uantity, qualnot suit you in The catalogue committee of tho a veij desirable and convenient jior-tio- u egg basket in weather; early who will address him "care House of tlr('" ,mu' ,ino n,'rt'' of m,l1' PHONE 153. ity and price, nobodv can. of Danville. matuiing big boned fiveis. Setting Rciresentatives, Washington, 1. C.,"' j Auction sule of mules, hoises, cows Knights of I'ythins fair, is announcA. ALLEN. Stanford. Ky. J. eggs house dehxeiy f.100 er l.; faim liols and household goods by ing n Colt Futurity as one of tho ns long as they l.ist. of the shipping eggs 'fL.'iO jier lo. Mrs. At the sale lif George W. l'ipes in ,. J. Wells nt Crab Oielmid. Mon- - most nttractive features bale.-10U,- U00 NOTED WOMAN DEAD ' foot boards or Wlint would vou do without a irood splendid progiam which will be givA. C. Alford, Stanford, Ky. saI at our yards nt Crab Orch-- a Uojle county last week, the farm day imucli 11. horse t Keen hi'm drv nnd warm with Jor Sale. I'liur or five cxtia en. Nominations for mares are be- Mrs. Eugenia Dunlap Potts, Formerwas sold subject to the lease for good blanket. I hae them. J. C. nr.l .Ml kinds of lumber, mil build. inINDIAN RUNNER DUCKS 1012 nnd was bought bj" I'. A. liar- - good woik mines. Jns II. Wood. ing received now, nnd so much Duko and Collier 13-- 8 in material. McCIary. ly nf Lancaster, Dies Suddenly terest is being taken in it by tho VJ-'- J. Fggs for sale wt setting of 12 nio of l'eriyville. at t'1' an acie. It Lin-til- ii or ;! for Pi. All oideis leeeivc 1'u's- - many bleeders if good stuff in contains 13"j ncres. A j w;u stn,i ,v Slttn, and jull nmre in foal bioaght ?l."3: a j,c fien',m ,,f 1 0 1 li at ni is believed ndioining counties, that it I ly .Mis. Liigeiiia Dunlap Potts, wide- prompt attention. W'olfoid N. Lov- tho amount of the stnke known Kentuck.v authoress, died II, K. I'. D No. I llox 80 Stnnfoid old filly hi ought HW; He is in bet- l,nni nt Crab Oichnid. suddenly i Lcxiiiglon last wck fol- Ky aged mine at,r s,pe jl,is jear than for sonic will jjo as high ns $100 gelding Inimirht f"l. nn Mates must be nouiiuatcd by lowing a hi iff illness, ngul seventy V27.50; l weanling maio mule ffiO; ittio nnd in for u sjilendid season, March l.lth when a payment of $1 two xeais She wiw iiijuied in a BUFF ORPINGTONS mule for o'(; n small veailini horse 0 ,tan my ciack joung fnll a liionlh ago, nml never I am gelling 21 doeu eggs a week 7 jcailing steies biought t'-'-.j each; Jr.. must be made. stallion 1'ic-tn- ii, On or before June 1st, a pavnient fiom hO hens. Setting of 15 for $1. diy cows s0 cuih 1 Jeisey heifer known' ns the Jim Smith coll. He is must be made, ou cadi mare, of Irs. Potts was a nntive ot Lau-- j C Withers, U. F. D. No. 2, Kin u- ?21; 2 Jersey sleer cnlvcs til each: lV 0stoii and n grandson of the eligible nml (caster, but has made her home in ft,,. 1 j;Vt j.llo0 j j.y. to .l..r)0 jier p,., 10 stand- - of bees Malloy. an owner desirc.s to keep h,w mare. Kate , stand: shonliler meat brought 0 (',,,,1, will be out shoitly giving full at that time each Mare's nnme nnd l.exingioii lor iweuiv xeiti-s- nun n to of tho eenln; iuiiiis ill ccnl: side ,j(.(iH, J. (', Hnilej--, Ciab Oiehard, color nnd the name in 1011 horsn be engaged in litemiy, club ami chaiily which she was bred must woik. ' nnd jy. cents, household goods 2 12 giv en. She was the daughter nf the Hon. biought fair farming iinjilenienls Dnuhi ,n dislingnished On August Llth the week before Oeorgo I), l'liglish cried ('apt. T. pi ice, the fair, the color and sex of the lavvver and slalesmnii, of Lancaster, The "Child's Welfaie" inovemeai jIk, fcje. 5he wrote several books, among For Sale. 7f shocks of fodder on has challenged the ntlention of font must be given nnd a fee of $2 - thoughtful jieojile eveiywheie. Moth-wil- e paid. This is tho final fee, mnking them "songs of Lancaster ami Other my faun two miles from TrenchersPoems," "Idle Hours for Chi'droi,'' SPaVIAsHlsjvlirj on Stanford nnd l'rencherswlle ers are natural suppoiteis, and will fj in nil. The money will bo divid in tunl in Folej's Honey and Tar Com. ed into four prizes on a basis of 40 "Hour Sloiie," "Stories for pike. Can be fed on farm if fed nnd nt the time of her death next two weeks. Mis. Walter Wnrren jiound a most valuable aid. Coughs jier cent to first; 25 per cent to Gohl-botN. C, piier saj of nnd colds that unchecked lean to second; 15 per cent to third and 10 wns engaged on n novel lo he entitlA mid pneiimonin per cent, to fourth. It is planned to ed, "Kentucky Gill in Dixie." which the sale of a cinck pair of mules tioii), biouchilis UNDERTAKER AND CMBALMER .vield quickly to the henling nnd open n mule colt futurity upon the she had almost coniilcted. which uie well known heie: theie, CRAB ORCHARD, 1 Mrs. Potts was the widow of STANFORD KENTUCKY. Mi. W. L. Kennedy, of Fulling soothing qunlities of l'olev's Honey sumo basis, in view .of the very high Slingnrs nnd class hybrid youngsters which o.re purgcou Mnjor Hit hard Potts, of Cieek was i Goblsboio last S.itur- - and Tar Conijioiind. Ficderick, Mil., n dislingnished offi- - Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. Iioduced in this section. dav seaiihiug for ical line tenm for Tanner. my plncc n rod cow, was giving milk when left. Please leturn to It. C Nunnelley. Strnxul from Stops Slojn's Lai m EGG LAY NG CONTEST Lameness ns. i i Under U. S. Supervision To Be Held Near Lexington Soon. An egg-lajin- g o o m O HAVE A FIT and it will not be a crazy fit if you will let us measure you for a new suit. We will guarantee that your new suit will please you in every detail and if it does not then you are under no obligations. 1000 new patterns to select from and we will have them made according to your own original ideas. You will find, our prices a pleasant surprise to you. Order it now and have it o ready for Easter. londs of corn to A. 0. T. Smith, nnd one load to Mr- -. Mnttic White lust week. lie jjot if! n barrel for nil he Sold, nml believes tlint hefoie May arrives it 1 u bushel. Mill hi- - Sl'lllUg nt Anh Orene bus u thoroughbred Jersey cow, which has a u'conl thiit "ill he haul to heat, she has had five heifer calves, to date. Who has n cow that cai, equal Fads old ld e fie t is a relia Raisers: . 'I o o o m o o o o m o m o o o o 0 0 0 I o t o o We have a big stock of Canvas 1 Bought When SLOANS LINIMENT 1 o o a PRICES WERE LOWEST. o Before Buying o o o o o See Us SEVERANCE & W 00O1010001C Di-ho- n, CMMINS Stanford, St WEAEEN --'- lil !!. two-.e.u-o- ld H H Blf es !f-- Tt; Kentucky. four-jcui-o- ld 0 egn-layni- fc st iour-jeni-ol- e The Home of All Wool Clothes. m s- ... V, i ., pn 11 1t ... x ,, d -- ; lt r- II COSTi YOU NO! MS Mcs-salin- tlnee-enr-ol- i- -. Law-lem- four-jear-o- ld .i. ,,,,. s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 rnier ti& L. L. SANDERS. Orchard, Kentucky. ,,. ,., wojzvz&vwr if nigti2sc Prices For Furs. We Pay ,.., ,,, ... 1 ei i.x luarKei l.cg-Iiot- lii-il- s -- k- '2 sspn 'All kinds ot Pro,duce, Hides and II Q j i.iiii-sii.n- is s - de-liii- il le-si- ih of-th- ! . t NOrtllCOtl I- r j I'lJ;!. 1.. 1 needs. So we are now prepared to supply your wants for Spring sewing with a full line of ginghams nainsooks long cloths linens and embroideries. Of careful study and close attention to your demands enables us to anticipate your 35 YEARS miiiiiiiiniiii fr ld lse Unee-jcai-o- 1- -2 J. C. McCIary Chil-lien- ," o, W. E. rerkms. kitucky.