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The Stanford interior journal: March 12, 1912 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912031201_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 12, 1912 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. : a . vol. XXXIX NO.. 21 HELD Tee STAMms tMMsm Jowknal rMM " ' " r J ! STANFORD. LINCOLN COUNTY. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1012 TUESDAYS AND FJUDAYS. TORE UP TROUSERS TO KEEP THOMAS AND HUMBER GUILTY.! DICK SCUDDER IN FRONT inttaHari at frali Orchard FROM GOING TO PEN. RANK OF SADDLE HORSE MEN FIGHTING IN PULASKI SprlnflS tnl$ Sprinfl Says Boyle County Jury Trying OVER TO GRAND JURY Called By Judge Hardin to Clean Up Intensive iinprovcinciits nro to be But Ruse of Buena Vista Compton Cases In Garrard. Criminal Docket. Offered to Pay $2,500 a Year Far Taft and Roosevelt Men Line Up For made nt famous old Crab Orchard Failed to Work Prisoners Metro Charged With Perjury at Carr 3 Years For Rex Peavine, Rut Springs this year. The new man- Contest To Control COUn- Having two weeks of leisure the Taken Over By Sheriff 11. Inquest Faces Term et SevLancaster March Failed to Get the Great Sire. ngemcut is determined thnt ns a first ty'S Rights. Penitentiary pnrt of this motith, Judgu Jnt'ter A special venire of CO men was eral Years In 'class sumer resort it snail noi C. A. Hardin has determined to utilnm-iu- i isiil VU1IMHUII, uic young summoned fioni Doyle county to try ! ! cclll by nny ,., Observer, in tlie Furmcrs Home Ky., Mnrch Tl.o Morelnnd desperado, was taken to the cases of Charles 1 lumber and Somerset, Allen WnlKcr, llio colored porter ise it by cleaning up the criminal Lincoln court, which Roosevelt-Tn- ft 10,000 for a saddle is cei.i.inly' tho stat l''itcnllnry at Frankfort Alvin Thomas, which was transfer- Journal, suys: figl.J employe at George IF. Fnrris grocery docket of the ' " n few weeks ,nsl ' Shcrif McCftrt' red to Lancaster from the Lincoln horse. This is the price that Judge trim was arrested charged with per- lias become considerably congested leaping rapidly into the "red-hot- " Crab ito 'Vlmr nn1 "' spend the remainder of his life. Ciieuit Court, nnd which resulted I. II. Thurmnn, of Sirringficld. Ky., jury, iinmcilintvly after tho coron- lately. Ho hns railed u special term, stnitc ill l'ulaski county, and the last'" ?cvl .. ma i " lina Hin l.ir,l nnni.:,i:n. However in a mistrial at the last term of o'ffered for tlie high clnss stallion, in the Anderson CnTr of court to last two weeks, beginning three days has been the situation Urcuaill S?ilin"., er's inquest ' ..I Tlirt nlnrlrin- I I.. ........ ni.tn.1 Rex Peavine, recently. over to March 2fith, nt which time criminal jump from one or oidinnrily netivity llllL'llill nmuHiivni i:l, .v .....- Itlin rirfirwi. jIi.1 nut k nfr 1.ti 4.. ll.. court. ., St.. .s. ..... nnl Cnse last week, was i nnn "hi i inu ...mi l i.i., ' is exThe owner James S. Hockaday re5tli0Ut om lra5n Wc, for, when right into tlm seething point, and ,.g. i ",'"" Comity Attorney W. S. Uurch, of await the next grand jury by County cases only will be tried. It the ire and cold s tornge 'our killpected that the. Wiillin-H6skiMa the jail after Lincoln, came over and assisted in fused it stating that the horse had every indication now points to the ,,d Judge James 1. Halley, nt his I, will nlso be liistnlleil His ing enso will be tried nt this special "fur-flyinhim. Cdmptoii refused to don n pnir the prosecution of these men, while been given him by his father, who pace from this time on tons. There trinl Inst Thursday. u stenm heating plant, in of trousers to wear to Frankfort. they were represented by nn impos- desired the sire of F.dnn May to be nt $."0, which bus term, nnd a number of other until tiic comity convention is held this full bond wns fixed will be beat- y off the docket, most of the on April C to helect delegates to the whiilt the main building Investigation revealed tho fact that ing array including At- kept in tho family and that he would hot yet been Riven ami he will proba-lilid bv n furnnee. ,. Those who go to during the night he hud torn the torneys, of counsel, R. II. comply with his father's request. , ; in jail until his case is indictments for which were return- district una btutu convention. I. Hnmilton, J. .;n i remain . ..... ... mu miii-inif- ; An offer to lease the stallion for ed by the last grand jury. Tuesday tho Tuft forces unlimber- - llll" Hilllliir of Lancaster, nnd Robert balled. - only pnir of trousers be possessed be treated for rheumninto shreds, nnd there were really no Harding, of Danville. cr ttlicir biggest gun and dropped a the future testimony of. n number of The jury three jenrs nt $2,500 per year was The nnd other diseases by electricity CRAB ORCHARD ten inch shelli into the Roosevelt Misin management will spend . tlie punts for him to wear. found them guilty however, nnd fix- also turned down. Wltnecs nt Hie eoioncr's. inquest in The The latter offer was made bv Dick Jailer Dink Farmer was nbout to ed their sentence nt from one to camp by the iiiiiioiiiiicmeiit ot Judge over tlm body of Cnrr's wife, showed ncis; ibor hood of .10,000 on lmprove- - adopt summary measures to force five years in the State penitentiary. Sciidder, of McKitiiley, who has done flint Walker wiih Keen to enter Carr's Kvn O. H. Uaidc, ot this place, as a Mist.es Sallie McYVhorter, . .1 i. r i r mi. t incuts. Mr. Anderson will probably Circuit Court nt Lancaster is much towards elevating the stallion jilnce nbout five o'clock the Sunday Taylor, and Mary Collins spent u eiiiiiuiiiiie n.i ui'u'eiiii; ji.nu mu xn. 'spend the entile summer nt Crag Compton to put on a pair of trous, ers, when his sou Alfred came to clenring up the criimnnl docket fnst. to bis present high position as a ,. district to the national, convention ' the killing; to go out few days in Richmond last week. Afternoon of m.-. lit. ill iiiiii.iiiii.i.iiiiii.iI lin lirilil C.t the prisoner's rescue, and gave him ... uicnani iiuioic riniiiriuii; The grand jury hns nlrcndy turn- saddle horse sire. jtnd remnin nbout thirty minutes nnd ?' niiiiiv.iii.ii. f.w 'i.... lllw Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Hirrgiu an; ill .. ill. .. Dick Scuddcr is certainly right in an old pair to wear. Compton, see- ed six indictments into court, among outer again. Practically nil rejoicing over the nriviil of a little icsccts to Roosevelt in u very cer- - ." "r ' then to ing thnt he wns "up ngninst it" put which is included one ngMnst Othnl the front rank of the high class sad tain mid not very coniplimentary of tkis he denied in bin testimony, daughter nt their home. CHAPPELLS GAP. the breeches on nnd departed with East for barn burning, one against dle norse breeders ot tnc state. and as n result u wnrrnnt, charging Mis lleulnh Wallin, of this place, manner. Mi-- s Hnttic Young, of this place, the sheriff. K. I). Mooers resident manager of out. was Luther Simpson for bnrn burning Ncdnesilav tlie lull ciowd hint with perjury wns sworn Ilrittnin, King of Norman, nnd Carlo 1,,,t ,s "omcvvliat j,,,,, jIltrri!i I(out R up,,. nnd another against Luther Sim'' the Eaton Stock Farm owned by who have talked to Walker Okla., surprised their many friends given just ns great a shock when the ''"" Tho-- c !". sum." who was sent up for life for for attempted bnrn burning. Hint llruce O. Eaton, Esq., of Greeley, say that it was fear of Carr, which by going to Danville nbout two ItooHPVnlt niniiiiL'ers hilled a. bomb .""I1""1'" S,n' "1,K" "ll - ""'", A"1" ,l0 lo k"",wColorado, is getting together one of hilling Clay Drye, was nlo taken and Simpson nre both in jail. prompted him to give iif mnr- -. into their camp in tho public weeks ago und being sccictly ' lms hcvn sawinj over to rrnnkfort, nt the snmo time. Mr; . . .... Dave .. .11 nouncement of Judtro H. J. flctlnumn who carved Mote the grentest bunds of brood mares Deiui. i he wn put on the Mil ml be did when nctl. lliev Kepi ineir secrvi "en . jior tlie past lew itajs, .Sberitf .Mct'arly took Jesse Cole Karannuh on the Duckeyc pike sev- owned by nny one individual in the lie now admit, it is said, that be Mr. James Snylor. ,.t M nuns ,urg Jo . K(.f,.m Scl,0())i fJ, 0, ,,, Mme eral months npo was pven '2 to 5 saddle horse business, jrr. Mooers Uiev wl lle for delegate from the Jvcn.b place after the innr. went into Carr's Xre ,!, l,.cro triV. bini L?JZ.iH , UU i, the 18.yenr.old lad! enrs in the p?n, both colored. Lewis has been scouring the country to ,llc ' l,mr'"'n, 1"r,,,,Ver ler. but denies Unit Chit told Yanti. shooting Robert Oibbs. both find what he wants, nnd has made anything of tho murder of his wife, inula Hotel, and was convicted in the Colored, dismissed, Dud WoolwTne. many purchases in Kentucky within llnou"f- , mur, the i.. ocens on to oud or tliut lie saw any signs of a C Mr. CI. W. Noakes Jr.. was the (lil,.uit rom.,. ,Ic wil, 8, at selling soft drinks without formality the past thirty days. Among those. vcrv high manner and ex.n-csder. He snys, it i reported, that '"'T ,,1,', r to'pof Charlie and Mclvm Hams of lMorm unti, Ile s 21 of securinff n license was fined fffiO. receiving his patronage nre Ball and threat edI,over to .Nieliolaswlle Inisun Iv "l quite plainly will, relcrcnco L'nir seemed very nervous , , , nL.iimnim is Sunday afternoon. 'nf .. .Tames Check unlawful sale oC rtros., of Versailles, from whom he " ned to kill "anyone who turned him Agnes Mrs. N'oru Tenter and Miss JJ nt Mr. . and Mrs. Join, whisky. $G0. John Opp "ame of- purchased two head. R. S. Scuddcr, -, t officers who cnuie, or Miles, of Buckeye, haw bee. 1he . ., tip." or nny " Tcscn , ,,t wv e. uii I rnecuii i r fense same penalty.. Col. Jeffcron, df McKinney, two head, Mrs. R. T. words to that effect, W'nlker nays it uuest of Miv. - I Sanders for n attended nnd nil report a nice one, Estate of Harry same offense, same penalty. Chin. Lowndes, ki, liockcnstle, Wayne and Clinton l.y J4 claimed however, that Carr said few days. time. Johnson, same offense, not guilty. Moody, one C. S. nndy, Milton Ky., nnd jinthing to him of the murder, Messrs. John Moscr, Saint Rucker Mrs. Claudia Helmaii and daugh- counties. Mrs. William Thomas left Monday Dilliard Simpson concealed weapons, three. Walter S. Ball, Milton, .one, In this announcement the lines of that he knew nothing of it. ter, Mamie, niv nt home after spend will spend mid Kph Xevvell sold some hogs to $00 nnd from Col. John T. Hughes four nnd ten days. thnt in;: s'n weeks itiAlnbama nnd Xew battle me squarely drawn, mid there ( for Lancaster, where she The officer, believe, however John Land last week. . head. n lew days on business. S'lel,, H?bU Walker i not inclined to tell nil be Drleaiis. vverev accompanied i no denying the fact that it will be They ilr; The farmers are raisins fireside dreadful occurrence home by Mr. nnd Mrs. Charley bus knows of the Coldiron a buttle royal and otic which MAT REYNOLDS CARD OF THANKS nlong but haven't t Moi eland, i and Miss Cleora n A tobacco crops 41tiff tilnnA n kwn llE s There is a sentiment in Rome quaia". not been seen hcie since the cele- - ,.t,l m.t v,.t. riht I""" av' UJ- "" """' ""0 "'""''-U understood, to go easy on Dr. W. Ciodfrey rter, it Sunday at Hustonville bv Bro. bmted fight between Mat Reynolds was born the year of Rev. Rulford' filled his nppoinl-nie. Jlr, and Mi-- . Robiirt Anderson, hist Riant, 'the groom is a very mdus- - 1S50, and died at his home near We wish to thank the many friends the negro if be is willing to "come at the Clirisiinn church hist Hunter and D. C. Kdwards fur have returned to Pouidexter nfter ai . nomination mid, and innke n clean breast of Sunday. t nous and sociable young man nnd Kingsville ou Green river, Feb. 28, of ray fa flier, Mat Reynolds, for ncio-- " . sboit visit to relatives here. .Miss their kindness toward him and rac nil he knows. Otherwise he fnVes n Cover entertained to say. Hunter has eharc of Tail's firaenv Harris wns the guest of her his bnde is a verv handsome young 1912, lacking but u few days of beMrs. Wallace sentence of two or the Indies Aid Society last Tbiii--ibi- v figb'. in the Kleventb. while his Indv, nnd thev have many good ing G2 years of ago. The most of while he wns sick; also the Waynes v, , Mrs. A. F. Nonkes Friday. burg people for their kindness at the udversary, Kdvvard, is in sister. . ,vvislies lor the future. three years. g, his life wns spent' in nnd near and daiutv lunch was served nie up II. W. and giv'c us n lit- cemetery where the (remains were clmrgi of Rosev clt's lijiht in this Miss Nnmue Ruv Twe, of Per- where ho wns united in( . . tle news. last seen. W. J. Reynolds. district. rvville, lms been the attractive guest mnrringe with Mi's Chnrity CaldMRS. LAWSON NO MORE BR0DHEAD of Miss Myrtle Morgan. Lined up for Kooscwlt is former well, the daughter of the liichly resMrs. Mnry Lnwson aired 72, wife A VALUABLE SUGGESTION Mr. Ira Moser has a complete line pected late Henry Cnldwell, of thnt DAVIS' STORE. tnllector of Internal Revenue J. if George liwon died March C, at (Delajed Letter.) of groceries, hardware etc., which place. To this union were born three 'Sbcimau Coopei, pi'ubably one of the the horn,, of her daughter. Mrs. .Ibn Mrs. Abe l'eiiuingttiii and Mi. shrewdest politicians in hnstcrit Ken d l ImDOrtant tO'EverVOne lie is selling in rcnsonauie prices. on, Miller. She it survived by her nnd Marion of Ar Fioyd Morgan returned a few days Livtuckv. and with him is Ciicuit Judse eonceded bv iihysieiiiiis He nko runs tr grist mill, Stop in kansas, and William, of Pulaski. uml ten cliitdien. She pasted Jelf l'ciinington ami children, of h i, ago from Tennessee, where be had 4i-jicalmly and peacefully nnd ingston, were the guests of .Mrs. Oru Iletliiirum CominoiivvcaHhV Attor-'ththe kidnevs .should have more and see him as he is a new merchant His first wifo died in 1S94 nnd been to hunt a location, ns he is nev Jarvis. Comity Judjje I. (.'. Tar- - attention as they control tlie otlier pwiu nas jusi unncii in uus shortly nfter this he wns married to aiming to move there. finn'y ti listing in her Lord and Snv-io- i, l'litb from Friday until Moniluy. Miss Matlie Owens visited iji Mt. tar, Sheriff J. M. We.Idle, County Mrs. Isaphinc Flint, of this county, Jesus Christ, whom she sincerely to a reuiiirkiible degree and inuiiity. Golvin Midleton bought some corn Andeisou Cnrr was buvied here who still survives him. Resides bis from Luther Johnson, Inst week at Clerk C. M. Liingdon, Judge William iln a tieiuendous amount of work loved nnd nerved thc-- o many years. Vernon Sutuulay mid Sunday. John Sigmaii sold u lot on thu Cation, Tinted States Cimmissinner in reinoviiiir tin. noisiiiis nnd waste i Wednesday. wife nnd three sons he is survived $1 per barrel. Her pure, came', nnd unselfish lift, Mrs. Hodge. an nged lady, died by one brother, James Reynolds, of vrn- - spent in the interest of others. Henry Addition to Jop Albright for 1!. T. Wesley nnd numerous other mntter from the system by filtering" Miss Detta Manuel, who bus been : Tuesday niuht with pneumonia. She Tennessee and ono sister Mrs. local political vvoikeis, while doing the blood quile siclc for the last wek or ten Hit nnirc will bun; be remembered :ioo. lea'-cii n husband and sevcrnl Mr. Kluood Oni.v, of Indianapolis, battle for Taft will be found Judge During the winter mouths, es Mocr. of this county. nml cherished by her ninny friends days, is much, improved nt this writto mourn her loss. She wns In his early manhood he joined the ing. nnd acquaintance. Her grandchild, Ind., urn. the guest of" .Mis, .Mattiu 'i. II. Waddle, County Attorney It. pecially, when wh live an indoor lift', Wilmott last Sunihii. ID, Wndille 1'ostmaslcr, T. M. Scott the kidnevs should receive some lis- - buried nt Liberty. MYKTLi: RRLXT. Baptist church nt Wnyncsbursr Hiram Kidd liad'ti good hoie to Mr. Alvin McKin.y from Danville, Kdgnr (iiiltin viis d..nu tiom Corlui, ;, a mphew of Semi tor . O. sistance when needed ns we take less that he has loved his church dp last week. , bill last Sunday, Diudlev. United Stales District At- - cxeici-- e. drink less water nnd olten"s the guest of his cousin Walter nnd did nil man could do toward the Mr. Joe Coleman has' ben seriousDOINGS OF LEGISLATURE Misse, .Mnrv Hunts and Auiauda tornev rdwin P. Morrow, who is also ent ino.e rich hcuvy f....d. thereby Miiser last week. Kimcdom of God. ly ill with lheumalisiu. for the .last con-fi- n lliiswiirtli good roads bills I Mr. George Coffey of So uth Fork, Xotbiug can be said against bis two or tbice vvceks. but seems to be red in by Senate. Slate road MeWlutiter, of Richmond, weie the n nephew of Senator llradley, and forrim: Ibe kidnevs to do moiv work guests of their sisters here first of his father, Judsre T. 7.. Morrow, than Nature intc.i.le.1. Kviden.-- of j - " 'vwi io hhik,, ,..s life or character, for he was loyal stimewhat improved now. is created and department biMllui-in-lnAfi-s- , week. of Senator ltindley, kidnev tumble, such as lame back. I""1' Nancy J. McKinney and Mis as a citi7cn. ever Mippoi'tins- the State tax eliminated. Hills go to the llro. J. W. Clark gave a lecture at principles of civic righteousness, Jess Lear near Hiutt i' ill with r.iilid Slates Supcrintcnilent of Pub inability to hold urine, smarting or McKinney, of Garrard, are fiovemor. pneuiuoiiia. the hirliet moral standards, visiting relatives' in this section. lie s(.ioos, Wesley J. l'arnes and burniii'jr brick-duor sediment, sal Moi eland Friday night. Mill to enable counties to issue Mr. Lafe Morgan went Friday to and he never lost an opportunity of Mis, Uiiiec McCnll visited her various other knowing ones in the low complexion, Mnndy. the little) rheumatism may bonds to build shiiollmuses passed parents, in Maietsbiirg Sunday and political mime. Judge R. C. Tin tar, be weak or irregular beait action, .decide whether or not to make a ileal doim: uood to all. child of Floyd Morgan, died and was; Tfsriiiitt. i On the beautiful nftemoon while buvied in tlie Pine Grove burying who was probably the lirst Kcpubli-ciii- i wains nu that your kidneys require with Mr. Duncan, of near Hull's Gap. "loan Monday. bill icgulntiii'.; Allurloii Master Waller Miller, of Lebanon of any note hoc to announce help immediately to avoid mote seri- Mr. Morgan is one of our best citi- ihc sun was shedding lur gentle rays ground Sunday. She had been in itH to 1, shirks" itasscd House, zens mid we hate to give him up, but npoii us. he wns laid to rest in the Lad health for some time. , ' is his nunlmotli-e- i. for Roosevelt, is chiiirtnnu of the ous trouble. intist be nofintd before ad- .luiictiou hope us it is our loss it will be some- - old Double Spriilgs cemetery, now Mis. M. K. Wilmott. James Livingston, who has been nt County Committee nnd will preside ,. , An herbal medicine containing no .. employe's sular.v. vance on b' Homer Wallin wns over from Duu-vill- n at the coiuity convention when it inineials or opiates has the most known as tlie Waynesburg cemetery Somerset for the last ten days, has authorizing icmittanic of Hill Sunday. i nnd here be will sleep, until the judg- icturiKil home. Ile says there nr) lo oi '.'Minn-- . healing influence. An ideal heibal bi'foic nmiiiMi I'ni UfV jiiilifiiieiit F. Fr.iliCicii was in Mt. Ver-ii- i, mnn has three meu for cvtrv job of worlc ment day. Truly a DUNCAN. Hmi- -. compound that bus most remarkable trial is acted upon pnid May God comfort and nbide there. ii Monday, on business. Mis Rose Siuis N visiting friends gpue. ns n kidnev nnd bladder Hill regulating of "flee" stiulenls The Hist Roosevelt Club of women icinedv is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. Dnvv Helcher eclinnged his house with the loved onefc who remain. There is not any farm work gohere. io Stnle I nivcisity passed House. and lot on Main voters, so fur as is known in tho sheet toXick Miss Annie Rest (Utcitnincd ipula While it is snd to part, yet vye believe ing ou in this section. Xothing doing You inny receive a sample bottle Stoll bill tb peiisiiiu nxed teach-4- s for same near Qum Sulphur. l.'niledI.States, bus formed ut Minny - - i ..bsolutdy u number of her friends with a can- Hint He. who placed us here, knows but complaints of the bad w;nther. Sv,, .,, ,,v ut' l.cxinctiiu passed House. A- lull coips of Miss Currie Doyd has been up side, WnshimMoii. Kilmn & (,(( dy pulling Wednesday night. Anion,; best when to tnke us nway, hence we Senate passed bill designating vas selected and n cam- poiutid mail carrier from Itroilheud otficei-were: Rosa Sims, bow in submission to His will nnd X. Y nnd mention the 'those piescnt V as state fliVvver. Don't fail to attend the St! WALTER MOSKIt. to lliatt and Juke lllilcr from Diod-ben- d puign in behalf of the Colonel's can. Stanford Interior Journal. sale Delia and Kdith Rennet!, May Le say good bye. For (till providing for tcachiii!; cle. hiiihuay patty given by the lidacy decided upon. tr.-oi- i, to Qiiuil. jus ipear miu ii'ni bv all drug stoics. coiumon Kuilcavorers of tlie Christian church imntliiy agrii'iiltiirc in C. It. Cass is working at nights Fdgnr Rjst. Messrs Walter Siuis. LEAP YEAR i IABY schools piised Senate. nt flie State Dank $ Trust Company .. i. now ut Rowland. Finest i:tes, Kdgiw Fjn.ib, Virgil FAIR DATES CHOSEN liwl. cMMiiptiin; fioui taxation roonts Mnrcli Uth. To hear SL The Ohio .Constitutional conven- Thompson, Kugene Mead, Holmit Master Walter and Louis Hunt me At n meeting of several fair comp.iuic.i nf life Je-s- e by. a vote ot 70 lo .T.I adopted, mid Kris Ad'inis. Hnrrou Wilson, tion Price, of Row- Patrick philosophize on the "Uie moMr. and Mrs. visiting their aunt in Maretsburg. in litinville last week the be worth lasscil Senate. ii proposal to extend full suffrage to Homer Sim- - und F.dgur nnd Ot.tie land me leceivingi enngratuln pious tion of the sun" will alone Messr-- . Mrs. Mollie Diiihaui and date for the Jliimidsluirg Fair was women. V. IVrr.v's employers' liability for a birthday the small sum upon the arrival of n son, who was Vei-l- . flenrge and Hrack Dm ham, left n.eil foi Julv HO. Ill and Augut 1 All repot l n uii-- time. l.ill killed in House. :i: to '."J. present, to say nothing nf tho other visit Dr. and ind J, and Danville for August 7, 8, is attending born February 20th. This youngster Mr. Karl Dennett Auiendnient to trnusfcr Hopkins- - Tuesday for Liberty to but once every enjoyable feature- - of the procram, will have n birthday Do yon knovy that of nil the minor school at Howling Gieeu. 'mill I' so that neither will conflict villc In cities of tbiid class killed in Mis. Wesley. Everyand delicious refieshinents. Miss Annie Smith is on the sick four years. 'will, il,. .rroiit K. P. fair at Sinn- - ailments, colds me by far the .most . . Koiise umeiidment changing class- . one invited. s , QUEEN 4 CRESCENT ford August 21. 22. nml 2J1. It is .fangeioiisT it is not me. com, use.i list. ifiiatiou of Klitabcthtown to fourth Mr. Oltie Vest - visiting his bhoth rjEATH OF ROY STEWART snid. that one (if the attraction- - bill, that you need to fear, lmt the. scritown wns adopted. . das I Samuel J. Robeits, of Lexington . ed for llurrodsburg thi- - year is a us diseases Hint it often le.nd- '" er at Danville. Y Reduced fare to Cincinnati and former collector of interuiil revenue Tbe,re are, quite a number of gri- -t will make Most of the-- e. nre knpwn ns germ Roy Stewart, a respected fiirmer who wns ousted by President Taft,' More farmers rend the Interior return ucouiit "Woild in Ciuciiiiiti" flying machine which Puoiuuouin and con,sLipn-wi- ll mills going up in our little .town. of the Mason's Gap community died has declared for the Fatter in hU Journal thnn nny other eouutry pas a Missionry Exposition of interest daily nscensioiis nnd the director- diseosev among them. Why not; The infant child of Mr. James in turn tnke a spii through the tion are at lils home there February O.'th und campaign for rcnominntidu. per in this part of the state. Re''" o nil. Tickets ou Sale March 11 to Cough Remedy Dennett has been quite ill of memtake. CbuniberliduV get ready to Ul, inclusive: 18 to 20, inclusive, 2" elements wifh the bird man. vyns .buried at the posheu cemetery member this when you ' 7, cure your cold vyhile von cunt For braneous croup. . . the 2tlth after services by Mr. advertise your Jiojs4,,;jack or bulL to 27, inclusive find April 1 to II. inMr. nnd Mrs. Kdgnr Vest are visit- mi sale by 0. L. Penny. John W. Siekelsmith, Grenesboro, J. A MeCLry. Mr. Stewart would MASON' MEETING clusive, good, returning, within four Ve-t- 's ing Mrs. parents at Mt. Salem have been 73 yeai,s of age had he Pa., has three children, and tike most Lincoln Lodge No. (10, F. &, A. M., AND SHADE TREES1 ApFRUIT days including dale of sale. Mrs. Laura' Lee has gone to St. lived uext July. He is sur- children they frequently cold; If von have trouble in getting rid Cloud, Ma., Slriwberry plants, Grape Vlnea, ply to nearest ticket agent, Queen & meets in stated communication ou to' make her future vived until - wife nnd four children, j ''We have tried'1 fjeverai take you by hikinds o,f '.Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peouies, Crescent route, for full informntiou. each first nnd third Monday nights of your, cold you may know that home. :...i ...i .... ii.l .i i. ...... -- ii illiree iHiii.uiers, itii iiittiiii'u mm uuc colisiIi niedieine," he says, but have ilnd Phlox. Kverything for Orchard of each month, tit 7 o'clock in their nre not treating it properly. There son. Mr. Stewart was esteemed by never found any yet "thtt did'thm J. D. Steeabercen, lit. build, re- hull pit ,MnU) street, Stanford, Ky., is no reason wtiy n com snouiii.iiaiig nnd Lnwn, Garden. Free Catalogue. pair and adjust! scaiei at rook Members of sister lodges f internally on 'for weks and it wiltl not if you See opera ' house ulh'erti-euienil who knew him and leaves many as niiielr good as Chamberlaln't No Agents. bottom prlcei. Bee tiltu for price t IL' C. Car- - take Uiamticriatiis Lougii nem... of the Thompson Couiedv and Wild friends. nnd loved one? to mourn that f'ouvli Remedy." For sale, bv I)i H. F. HMiMNMycr L Sins, you ouy. Addreii Stanford. R invited to be before '" '" ,, ; Weit Shows. ' be is no more. i Penny. " 100-- t jjienter. Secretary. For sale by G. L. Penny. Lexlngtcm, Ky. F.'D. No. 1., LLEH WALKER SPECIAL TERM OF COURT REPUBLICANS BEGIN ti b. BIG ELECTRIC PLANT ii U.-- ,'" 'TVli'? .!... ..!. ti pi ll ?' "" I ""' cnse-deni- ed !.,.' Tom-linso- n, ... ''' ,.. ..,. .". I i '"" " ;.. K"T s -t .,,. ,;,., ,,. C- , I L I Hel-ma- n. n?e?,'f " . - nt sti-ang- e cist-wbi- le Way-nesbnr- I bus-ban- Mui-shul- nv nt , 'tt s cinu-orga- us ... Ln-ve- chil-dre- nnd-sinc- 3i - M-ti- ic st three-year-o- ld er iu .'.. mi-el- aii-ho- ,,,, - s Mii.-jiii- ss Pat-licli- I j is cs ed - i- , J ' nt Q--- pit-sen- .. A Vv !wfi ' . THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY. i if R j fr- - By some inscrutable combination of confusinc complications, the post New Jersey Governor Gets State Thought Safe For Champ Clark has manifestly office department brcn nuhed into playing favorites in our mail service, which is not St. Louis, Mo., March 9. The fJinply n grievlons discrimination indications nre thnt Champ Clark ngninst ninny patrons of Liberty nnd 0 Morelnnd Star line, but is a dis- hns lost Knnsns. Wilson is now leading tho Misourinn, hnting 147 grace to the Department. The best prnetienble service i delegates to the Speaker's 141, and nssnmed to be paramount to couveni" they were selected out of counties enee or even profit of officials. thnt were confidently relied upon to "D n the people nnd their intcr-iofficial is the give Clnrk nil overwhelming mnjori conflicting with sentiment controlling n'ntocrnts who Conventions in these counties wcro who arc cntrenclud or calico larly by the Clnrk men to hnve the pull. For j ears carrier hnve supplied stampede Kenans to Clark. But the 1iberty nnd Morelnnd Star line a los of a majority of their own morning nnd afternoon service, and counties hns nssurcd Clnrk's defeat, (lie Wilon men sny. one Sundny service, tlic equal to Glenn. Of the ;I4 counties that have held city service. Letter delivered by c personnlly know that everymorning carrier could be answered conventions WiKon carried 18, thing nice ho says about Glenn would the delegations in three more, sen ice. Now a delay hate applied just as well in his case, by afternoon is inevitable without a 1ening Clark only 13 counties nnd 24 hours had he been the Senator. Such of a minority of the delegntes. messenger. amenities as this between opponents special tf The county conventions of Inst All mail brought ly morning earn political matters is so unusual Hustonville Pnturdny proved n seere shook to lier from Morelnnd to the Stnto government. Whenever it that it deserves especial notice. Who for distribution along Liberty Star the confident Clark men. Vp to Mint says thnt the old world is not getThe had been found necessary to increase line is now civen Rurnl 2 caTrier for time they hnd been having1 things the State's revenue, he said, the as- ting' bettert afternoon distribution, instead of be- pretty much their own wny. Of 15 1172 Established sessment against land owners had Inst Saturday ing handed Star carrier who leaves county convention been raised, but that against corEditor Orr, of the ' Harrodslmrg Hutonville for Liberty nt same time Wilson carried nine, Clark three and M. SAUFLEY,...Publltrnr HELTON porations was left at the old figure. Lender, gives his "Point of View" with rural currier. Star carrier three were divided. Then it became apparent that the He declared that railroad compan- on the presidential situntion in a covld serve his pntrons C to 7 hours A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE II ies and other public, utilities had been column editorinl in his good republi- earlier thnn rural carrier now does. Clark men hnd enlled conventions tho can paper last week. Tho point with assessed at only about Dnily pnpers Star carrier brings to in the counties which they were con aterad at tne rMtottlce at real valuation of their holdings, and ns is, we can't tell from rending it, IIuMonvillc for his pntrons nnd fident of earning in an effort to class mall. second that tho state, as a result, lost from whom he favors, Roosevelt or Taft. could dcliter before 8 A. M., nre dis- stampede the state. But the stam$1,000,000 to $1,500,000 annually in Now which one of fhese eminent tributed after 2 I. M. by rurnl enr- - pede failed. The Wilson sentiment POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. rctcnuo. The State Board of Valu- Ipadrs i . from the mrnl counties last Sntur-dn- y arc you for. Brother OrrT rier. brought Wilson ahead of Clark, ation and Assessment, ns at present Speak up. on j Kurnl earner hns nko itnpoed The announcements in this column constituted, has not the authority to Inim Stnr carrier's nfternoon collce-'tiini- ami every big county in the state that wns counted friendly to Clark has C are of enndidntes for office, subject probo into the truth of financial liiili involves possibility Ronld Amundsen, a Norwegian, is nirn, rnrr;er ot gottimr matter to held its convention. ThP Wilson men to the action of the democratio pri- statements filed with it by public mary: service corporations as they should Mini to hnve found the south pole, i Hn.tfinvH1o in time for Star carrier (rredii't thnt Clnrk will not have to exceed J0 votes of the 7.10 in the be inquired into, ho declared, and As fnr as we. nre concerned, he can o jt (f) tnnt ,mv, ,nnji frnin. For Commonwealth's Attorney consequently must take the word of nt Hustonville declnres State contention. Postmaster EMMETT PURYEAR, OF BOYLE. railroad companies nnd others. He that Rural 2 hns ample volume of WHAT CHILD CAN For County Judqe. BEAT THIS? asserted that there was not railroad A Citil Service einmination for business without n division with Stnr T. A. RICE, company in Kentucky that was rewhk'h '" hnlf "" ron,c; will be held at the H"" rural route carrier M. V. NORTH, porting its proper mileage and that post office in Stanford on April fith. t' 5! to pencrous to protest Adolph William Russell Hawnot a public service corporation in A For Jailer. f.. kins, of Frankfort", is probably the vneanev is to be filled on tho mrnl ' cwisiocrnuon ui uw..K the State was paying its just pro- routes out of Hustonville, and appli- mittcd. without cause, to abandon most "grandmothered" boy in tho PEYTON PARRISH, portion of taxes. Mr. Hamilton fur- cants will have to pass examination part of his original pntrons nnd pro- Union. He hns seven of them. UnGEORGE DEBORDE ther said: DINK FARMER which will be held by the govern- moters nnd substitute four more til Inst year he hnd eight, but one of "I found that there was at least ment. The examination is open to miles of turnpike Star line, which them hns died. First of all, Adolph WILLIAM. H. HESTER $50,000,000 in the state of Kentucky all, and it is understood that the one, imposes on him most of that Star has two everydav For Magistrate thnt was not bearing its part of the who turns in the most satisfactory line's work on which nre two dnily The nre Mrs. Susnn Mnry Hawkins, burden of State Government. J. T. ROBERTS carriers with a schedule which ad- of Lawrenceburg, nnd Mr. Anne papers will get trie appointment. WILLIAM" FIELDS "All of this property was owned Peevler, of Mercer county. Then his, mits of twice the work. by public utility companies. I found J. D. EADS, Now if there is any politics in this rent sraud-iuotheare Mr.-- . Eliza that there, was one Kentucky cormuddle, it is a snfc bet thnt there beth Peevler nnd Mts. Angeline Peev poration thnt paid a dividend on is not u patron who would not vote ler. of Mercer, nnd Mis. Mnry JohnTHE PEOPLE LOSE AGAIN $340,000,000. It paid on an assess(for Taft ntrainst the only man this son and Mrs. Kiltie Hawkins, of Under the inflnence of the most ed valuation of seven millions. Anside ot Ihinn. wlio leels tnnt nc is Lawrenceburg. Kow then, comes n powerful lobby seen in Frankfort in other corporation in this State listed perfectly good the only IT. years, the House last week defeated million taxation one and one-hauiothcr, in the person of Mr- -. by 61 to 22 the Public Utilities Com- for Whittinghill, of Lebanon June, dollars, nnd paid a dividend on fif-te- n BEE LICK mission Bill. This measure was demillion. I found, on examination Mr Jnckson Scott and family left tion. signed to force the corporations of of tho report of one other railroad If there is any child in this secfor Louisville last Wednesday nicht the state to bear their just propor- company to the nuditor and its tion who can cqunl this record let's to make their future home. tion of the burden of taxation and stockholders, that there was a difMr. O. W. Taylor has moved to his hear nbout it. give some relief "to th0 already overference of $12,000,000 nnd by anoth. new home near Bradhead. taxed farmers. The bill was cham- er railroad company there R. O. Taylor sold a mule for $150. FROM A LINCOLN STUDENT was a pioned by administration leaders and .1. M. Reynolds still remains in difference of $8,000,000. I found, AT THE EASTERN NORMAL opposed by Auditor Bosworth and upon investigation of such corporabad health. his adherents who feared it would tions ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! Mr. Dnvid Proctor is confined to as I had an opportunity to in deprive them of some of the patronThe En-t'Kentucky Stnte Kor-revestigate, that the property that esher room with rheumatism. Scratch ami rub rub ami scratch age of their officers. School chnrtered a 15 coach caped taxation amounted to millions until you feel an If you could almot Mr. Snm Proctor visited the fair Representative Elwood Hamilton, special trnin nnd tisited Frnnkfort, tear the burning skin from our boU of dollars." until It seems as If you could no sex of Ottawa Sundny Inst. Tuesday, March 5. Gov. McCrcary of Franklin county, who is proving loncrr endure these mil loss days of And yet the power of these corMorris Taylor nnd John Scott awful torture those tirrtble nights received them in the reception room one of the nblcst leaders in the Gen- porations was such of sleepless agony. were in Broughtontown last week on nnd that they were Then a fev drop" of P. P p , gave a tcry inspiring talk which eral Assembly, made a powerful able to force the chosen represenfamous Eczema Specific and. Oh' what business. 800 students considered was very ! Comspeech, for it and turned the limerelief! The Itch gone mutant!) little sick the Mr. .Tnmes Lewis hns a tatives of the people of Kentucky fort and rent at lot' complimentary. They visited the light on the influences desiring its to vote against P. their best mterests.- - that V. D. Is a simple external wasi boy at this writing. e, cleanses and heals the InPaT-o- ' the penitentiary, the defeat. His spceclrmndo a profound Representntive Will Shanks, of skin as nothing elre can. A recogn zr Rev. C. C. Mctenlf filled his reguspecific for Kcieniu, Psorlufl impression. It was an arraignment Lincoln, was ill sjlt lar appointment nt Union church last state cemetery and other points of at homo not or skin interest. that will open the eyes of the tax- present to vote on this bill, and we I'.heumcan any oi'ie a fulltrouble.bottlotl Saturday nisht nnd Sunday. give you sue tt but of the genuine. T I 1 r n. x fi-wrongs President J. G. Crnbbe, has work payers of tho State to the Mr. J. W. Stringer, of Quail, will 00 nnd If the wrv flrt bot'lo f.nl i are mighty glad to note able ed very faithfully to secure tho pas to Kle rellcr It w '1 r.t erst yo i a that have ben visited upon them by and splendid young son of that soon move to Bee Lick to make his Garrard, cent. sage of nn annual appropriation bill corporations, who John M. the tt'o also can give von a sami le l Farra, registered his vote 25 cent-Why suffer another future home. for tin- - sesion nnd hns the support of n of in every year by day when you can iret C. P. .? its favor. body. the entuo student Lincoln their property, deprive the treasury (Delayed Letter) Shuqars & Tanner. Druggists. county was represented on this of from !?500,000 to $1,000,000 of Mr. Sieve Elder, husband of Mrs. by Mrs. Marguerite Spiiier Those who paint politics as black revenue. Milmott Elder, in his day one of thp and Miss Sara Iluwnid, of Crab 'No measure, he said, had ever as Hades itself arc not always right B D CARTER i best known fnrracis of Rockcastle McKinney Down in Western & been lobbied against more bitterly. by n jugful. New Livery, county, died at his home near Quail Orchard. Misses Hubble, nnd Mi Eliznbeth Penvyhouse, of The moment it became noised about Kentucky, Editor Henry R. Lnw-lenDepot Street, last Tuesday night, after n lingering Hustonville, of the Cadiz Record, opposed that a bill seeking to require cor- 'Phone 96 illness, of paralysis. to be taxed had ben Seldon Glenn, for the senatorial STANFORD, KENTUCKY O Mr. Elder was in his C9th year, fiorations SMART GINSENG GROWERS he said, representatives of nomination. The committee gave it lie was the father, of C children 2 those corporations began to flock to Glenn, by methods which some pobrothers nnd one sister to mourn his A dispatch from Lexington says SPRING SUITING to Frankfort, They had been busy liticians would have called highloss. known day and night, he said and were handed piracy, etc. Not so Lawwell Jocal firm Mr. Elder hnd been n life long and a bending every effort to defeat the rence. He took his medicine like a My new spring and summer sam consistent member of the church of which makes a business of buying measure. He said he had made a mnn, and helped elect Glenn, who is ples are now ready for your inspec Christ nnd held his membership in nnd exporting ginseng hns been heavily mulcted by shrewd mounpersonal investigation of the tax now about completing his first term tion. They compnse the best on the Providence congregation. situation and had found that the in the Senate. In the last issue of the market. I can suit anyone as to After short service by Mr. Steve taineers who gather, dry and market farmers and real estate owners of his paper Editor Lawrence 6ays, price who had his clothes made to Gentry, the remains were laid to rest tho root. Tho ginseng is worth $7 among other nice things, of the Sen- - order. A suit made to your measuro at Providence burying ground, Inst per pound, and to make it weigh the State were paying three-fourtof the cost attached to maintaining ator: is preferable to ready made clothes. Wednesday at 12 o'clock. A large heavier the tricky mountaineers To have them made to measure cortege of friends nnd loved ones loaded the roots with lead, nnd it doesn't cpst any more than rendy followed tho body of this good rnnn was done patiently nnd so artistic-------- --" made when quality and fit is con- to its last resting place, and paid ally that lead was completely hidden sidered. Come in and let me take the last rites of love nnd respect to With tho blnde of a knifo an inclusion wns, mnde to tho heart of the your measure. the memory of Mr. Elder. H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. Mr. Geno Thompson's child is very young roots and the lead, rolled into tho thickness of a telegraph wire, ill with diphtheria. KY. Mr. J. M. Lewis will leave next inserted and cut off to tho length of Saturday for Crawfordsville, Ind., nbout hnlf an inch. The root grew 1882. about and over tho lead, covering it His family will go soon. Anison Benge nnd family will completely. Moro than 100 pounds 'ww of the londcd ginseng have been leave for Salem, Ind. Wedding hells will soon ring in handled in Kentucky this faeason according to a representative of the this section, near Ottowa. $2oo,ooo.oo Mr. Vcs Brown, living near Ottawa firm here. is working on the railroad at Louisville. FIRE U at the service of It U succcMful Bank, and Robert and Russell Plafford have mallei t depositor. amd SURETY BONDS the gone to Berea, to atend college. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Mrs. Mary J. Brown and Mrs. Sal- X. X. 9XWLAND STANFORD KENTUCKY. lie Brown are going to run a mil- TANPM, KY. OffrH PIlO 117. HWM PhftfM 35. lUnery shop near Ottawa. m : t FALL and WHITER GOODS 0 Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Caps, Ladies' and Gents' Family Goods' now at Cost To Make Room. 0 0 0 0 SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky $0OOOlOO 0 0 0 0 0 z "We ran sny truthfully, from an intimate personal knowledge of the situation, thnt the people of no district of the State hnve been more ably represented during the present tension nf the Legislature than the people of the Third, and no member of the Senate hns striven hnrder to do what was best for tho people of the entire State thnn Senator Glenn. There is a bright future for hnn, and if he follows the lino which he hns laid out for himclf during th pnt sixty days' service at Frankfort, there is no doubt t lint the day is not fnr in the future when he will be enlled into a moie active and broader field of public service." Now, Mint's whnt we call being a biir, broad-minde- d citizen, and we think hnt Henry Lawrence deserves just as much credit as Seldon HUST0NVILLE WILSON CARRIES KANSAS We Are Ready! NEARLY HERE and WE are ready selection of "ADDLERS" and K wire-worke- rs True, Spring is late, but it has NEVER failed to come. It is on tne way SUPERIOR with a MOST "Ederheimer Steins" Suits. Interior Journal one-ten- th u We buy the VERY BEST; that's why we buy these two lines. When we find something better than these, we WILL Buy Them. Lincoln County People have never seen such as SHOW YOU TODAY. wecai w This may sound big tt yoi but Just Come in and LOOK and See if the MERCHANDISE doesn't put it STRONGER THAN WE do. rr " Tans, Grays, Bluest lo ANY PRICE $ 1 5 tO $35. grand-mother- s. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky rs lf Lu-ere- ta HiDRATED y& LIE ADVANTAGES OYER LUMP LIME: rn nl lcgi-latur- 1 No Waste, No danger of Fire, No Caking, No air Slacking, No Swelling, No waiting for your mortar to season, It is Economical, TRY IT. tax-dodgi- ot-t- ie under-valuatio- . W H HIGGINS Kentucky stanford ce 0 D Ever; Eelp For lour Health you want drugs, chemicals, or sundries; whenyou desire to purchase any or banitary urticle of merit; when you want'quality and service, bear in mind that you can get just whnt you wnnt nt our store. This is satisfaction and service worth considering. No bother or troublo Corao here, nsk for what you want, nnd get it. You get tho right thing right away, and nt tho right price. That is tho secret o our success and popularity. Consider this a " ever WHENEVER io 0 FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD. f Organized, October, Paid in Dividends since organization, $223,500. Returned to stockholders, in cash, being reduction of capital stock a J. C. McClary ' r r I yenny J)rug The Rexall Store Telcphono No. 2 torc JCentucky INSURANCE Stanford, -:- - D i UgS&Sfta&Ar''-"H- - C3 1 w r-- V ,.Lu4HBlHBHBi.' J ' V "iiifiXti HUU r ' AuL. --- J . jL ' -- " " ''" " '- -' - iidmMiini'v iiAtjut. -- v .!& t. 4.,. . .. wrvtw. . ; t H tf Riiit o i Thompson ii$ii iiii0 THEtTANFORD INTERIOR JIUNNAL, tTANFIRO. KY. wo m & iin&ioiooo REAL WILD WEST EXCLUSIVE COMEDY JESSE JAMES bbbi3; THE REAL PROGRAM. 3 iiii3a f i m '. "COWiOY SPORTS AND PASTIMES" "THE BURNING BOOTS" "THE KING OF THE OUTLAWS" O O Comedy and Wild West SOCIAL AND BUCK BRADY IN MISSOURI EXCLUSIVE COMEDY "THE PLANK" DOGS AND MONKEYS"... A TRAINED ANIMAL COMEDY "TRAINED , "THE RUNAWAY HORSE" E 0 0 ft Wf c. l UN ESTIVAL At The Opera House WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY If m -- oe tin without hi rcnming yoii'necil n tlottjir. BEWILDERING 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "THE MYSTERIOUS KITCHEN" "THE KICKING BURRO" "THE WHITE SQUAW" HEROINE" "AN AUTOMOBILE Duniij.' .....:.... COMEDY ALL LAUGHS WILD WEST lield in the Km-er- . MARCH Admission O tlui feiiturc, you will sc tliegicntet nuto meet ever of n .M,00O.JO Kint 0 0 ninl thv complete ilc&tnictimi - 13, 14. 1 0 & 1 5c 0 0 000101000101O0O and PERSONAL 00010lO0OiOlO00 00010100010100O 000 000H0H000K01000 000101000101000 000101000101000 SHORT LOCALS'. A big line of new post enrds received at G. L. Penny's. FOR SALE OR RENT. 0 000B0100010I 000 Mrs. W. W. Hays was the guest Mrs. II. C. LcCompte, of Frnnk-for- t, is the guest of her father, Mr. of her brother J. A. Henzley nnd fnmily in Lnnenster Snturdny and SunCicero Iteynolds and fnmily. II. S. ltnughmmi wns laid up sevdny. . Prof. J. W. Ireland went to Frankeral days with n very deep cold. Messrs S. H. nnd W. U. Snmpon, legis,, 0. K. Colctnnn cnrr.o down from the fort Saturday to look on tho of Lincoln county, nrc the guests of morning tb lature before it ndioums. Snturdny iiinuntniim their eoiiin, Mr. John II. Cecil. epciid Siuulny with his fnmily here. Mr. and Mrs. 0.cnr Huffmnn nnd llnrrodsburg Herald. friends children nro tli() guests of Mr. nnd Mm. J. V. Aery Mrs. J. M. Koberts, of Hrodhead, and relativrn in Imcnutcr Snturdny Mrs. ( 1 Gout for n dny or so. returned homo Snturdny after n, jrtiil Sundny. vConnty Attorney W. S. Hurch was pleasant two weeks' visit to her sisAHs Anrm W'urrcn in lulling her oncnged in court nt Iincastcr tho ter, Mrs. L. D. Hilton. SlsttT Mrs. Fred Gnniett nt Crul. latter pnrt of last week. .Mrs. S. T. Hurdctte, of Sjanford, Orehnrd. hnpher-irf-lnCoroner Geoise'P. llright was in i a miest of heir Mr. J.F. Lnrue returned to Iui8 Fridny-nft- er n visit to her Frankfort Inst week, loking on nt Mr. II. A. Uurdetto mid family. villo llnrrodsburg lender. Col. nnd Mrs. Huff Dnddonir. the legislature in session. Mrs. Woodie Halo hns returned V. E. (llorer, tho pojmlar locnM Mies I'nimn ifoier, of Louisville, from nn extended visit to her sons, ngent lor the Ford automobile, went sisters the attractive guest Knn-5to Louisville Friday to tnko in tho Mrs. C. L. Govcr and Miss Martha Messrs. John nnd Ed. Hnlc in City, Mo. nnd her daughter, Mrs. auto jdiow. Meier for sovcral weeks. Veneer. Mro. Johnnon Price, of Lnncftfcter, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Ellis, of nnd Mrs. A. S. Mr. J. L. Ilcynolds of Kingston, wns the ciict of Mr. Price wcveral dnjH Fast week. She Cunninghnm, Kansas, are here for n Tcnn., who enmc np to nttend the iit to his parents nnd sisters. funernl of his brother, Matt Reyreturned home Snturdny. nolds, at Waynesburg last week stop Mimes Itessie and Willie WilkinH. 0. CnriM'ntcr wns the guest of his iter, Mr. "Homer Carpenter nt son, of Lancaster wcro the guests of ped by in Stanford, for a short visi ' to relatives, and paid tne T.J. nn their cousin, Miss Gertrude Shclbyvillo one dny Inst week. ' appreciated call. Mis Sue Woods returned Sntura lenjrtliy vu.it to her sisdny from ter, Mecdnmes Snnford Allen nt nt mid 0 rover C. Anden-oii- , Mt. Sterling. County Clerk George H. Cooper nnd S. M. Owiih ac'comimniid Sherek iff MeCnrty to Frankfort la- -t wheii he took iver three prisoners. Mrs. Mnry Iturch left Inst week to visit lier'hoii, Snm J. Hurch nnd fnmily nt Holigee, Ala. Her sister, Mrs. Curtis, who hns been her guest, hns gone to Georgetown. Uriah Hright orders ln I. !. ehanged from Gninoville, Fin., to (In. where he hns Tln.nim.viHe, grocery. Hi-- , many friend?, liotiu'ht n nt home will wish him muchsuccePs in hi undertaking. I.ueile Walker hns been MUs d with pneumonia nt the threaten! home of her parents, Hew mid Mrs. 1). M. Walker, but is considerably improved now. Mrs. W. T. l)avi, of Ihneville, sisMeter of Messrs. W. L. nnd J. M. Cnrty, of this city, is spending sev. eral "weeks tins winter nt St. l'cters-Judpo Dalmrg, Fin. Her husbnud, vis, will won lenvc to join her. n former Lincoln J. W. I.uu-foi- d. hoy, who is ranking good as county m the L. & N- - w'h ft brnkemnn hend.pinrters nt Paris, spent several of days here last week, tho picst Mr. David Scott mid fnmily. Mrs. W. A. Drown, of IWsvjIIp, who has been eonliued to her room very for almost two months, improves t Some days she is able lowly. not . bo up n few minutes but docs gain sticngth. ns her relatives nnd friends expected mid hoped for. Clnibonie Walton, of Somerset, enmo down Snturdny to spend over Sundny with James and Tilden CoopAND 10 FOR ANY OF A LOT OF 500 YARDS WORTH 7 er. His father, E. C. Wulton, ran CENTS, COLORS AND WHITE. HELP YOURSELF AT 5c yd down Monday to see tho court dny crowd on behnlf of his splendid palter, tho Somerset Times. Everett 'Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs Leo Stone, who hns been holding n position ns expert linotypo operator on the Louisville Herald for several yearn, recently resigned hla plnce, nnd hns gono to Washington, D. C. whero he Jias ncocpted a much bettor position on the Washington Times. . Mr. mid Mrs. J. II. Dniighmnn reAND INSERTIONS. FOR CHOICE OF 475 GOOD EDGES turned Into last week from Atlnnto, On., where Mr. linushmiin has been WORTH REGULARLY 15 CENTS TO 18 CENTS. THEY ARE engaged in the inula business for YOURS FOR . '" " several months. Mr. Unughnuin will t mnko a short trip soon, Imt nftcr that will )o in Stanford this spring and summer. Thurmond K. Tudor returned. Jht . ' week from Martinsville, Ind.', yhcre he has been taking the baths for rheumatism for several weeks. IIo wns in very bad condition when bn went teero but improved n great deal under tho treatment there, nnd Is' ftblo to get out now. IIo will soon resume his 'work as innnnger. hcr0 for IL B. Northoott, the big produce buyer of .Lancaster. just ' . f, Mrs. Mary Law son, aged 72 yenrs, died nt her home at Prcnchersvillo lust Thursday, nfter n, lengthy ill . She. is survived by several .0 5n f,.k'inni. KV 'll.lf . children. Funeral services were conducted nt tho home, by Mr. J. C. We receive fresh fruit every dny. McClury, Mrs. Lawson wns a member of the old Dix River Rnptist Telephone us your order. Gover's church, mid beloved by nil who knew wstntirnnt. her. iu-s- M, C. Newlnnd, who hns been takBy nil menus don't mis tho ing a courso in surveying at State Thompson Comedy nnd Wild West University in Lexington, has return- shows nt tho opera honso 13 nnd 14. ed tb his homo in this county nnd is We offer for sale1 or rent the Woolen Mills nt McKinncy, prepared to do all practical surveyNice blue gross farm, of 393 acres Rural Ky. This mill is fully equipped to ing. Cnll or address him. williin two miles of Stanford for manufacture yarn, jeans, blankets, route No. 1 Stanford, of phone, Crab sale. Apply to Adolph Von Grucnl-gn- n. 13-8Linsey and other goods nnd is well OrcWd. 22-tf locnted. Apply to K. L. Tanner ey p. ' of-he- r ns The ladies of the Baptist church will hold their week of prayer servAutomobile races, Wild West nnd ices this week. Dr. Cecil V. Cook, Mr. A. B. Davi, of Crab Orchard, Comedy Pictures nt the opera house of Danvile, will speak Wcdnedny leaves the 15th for Oklahoma his night. Wedneday and Thursday nights. many friends will regret to hear. 1. Parties wanting rooms nnd offices Obituary notices, poems etc., are call nt State Bank & Trust Co. See 11-$1 for not over 200 words' over that their nice rooms. number of words 5 cents a line For Sale. Ono Cyphers' incubator, 240 egg sue; good as new; will W. S. Fish represent only the trade for poultry or stock. D. E. best and strongest insurance com- Proctor. 20-panies. Let him keep you protected. tf Hpii. John Sam Owsley, of Stan- jford came over Tuesday to look nf- jter the presccution of tho criminal docket during the temporary nh- isenee of GeoVge Florence. Snm is well qualified for this position having served the district in thnt capacity for many years and in 11 very acceptable and cold manner. IIo will eontinufc to look "after these duties until Mr. Florence is able to resume his work, or until the end of the present court. Lancaster Record. J. S. llockcr hnd some mighty nico work done on his storeroom nt tho corneriof Lnncnstcr nnd Main streets for his new tenant, a Mr. Norman of St. Louis, who will soon open up a general merchandise establishment, it is understood. $100 Reward, $100. The taicn ct U.U will be plrunl to Inn Hut ttwfe b at Itut ono drttdnt dlmae that frtnn hu brco M to rare In tu lu Mm and that la Catarrn. llaU'i Catarrh cure k the only pantlre rare Dow luiown to the medical trattrnltr. Catarrn bflns A CODiututlonal dl&c&fcf. rrqulrra a constitutional trralmrnu llall'a Catarrn Core la taken SI 11 Jt. pir actum directly upon the blood and murou-mrtac- ra o( the aritem. thereby destroylnr the foundation ol the dlaraae, and twin the patient strength by building up the comtltatlon and anut tag nature In doing Ita work. The proprietors have much tilth in lu curative powrra that they oRer One Hundred Dollar! tor any caae that It lalla to cure, send for lot of tntlmonlala Addrrm F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, Sold by all Drunlata. Ife. ale uaU'a Fam r ran for eonitlpatK . a & U A Story With a Bargain Attached, H l While in New York we found an importer of fine Embroideries with a big lot of odds and ends of this season's Embroideries. THEY ARE ELEGANT GOODS and just what we would buy" in a regular way. He made us a VERY LOW PRICE and we took the lot. We figured on this lot before buying and found that if we divided them into lots to sell ct 5c, '10c, 19c, 29c, 39c and 49c, that it would be about one-hathe regular retail price, that it would be a great advertisement of the hustling qualities of cur Store, and also be the greatest saving opportunity for our customers it has ever been our pleasure to offer you. lf '1 v l Now, Ladies, you know Fashion has set its approval on WHITE for this T i l Season, and this means Embroideries Galore. Estimate your needs for this Season and come to this great sale BEGINNING FRIDAY, MARCH 15. 5c 39c I9C -2 JH J FOR ANY YOU WANT OF 450 YARDS. THESE ARE EDGINGS AND INSERTIONS. MANY INSERTIONS MATCH THE WIDER FINE EDGINGS. WE ASK ONLY 19 CENTS FOR THESE THEY WOULD COST REGULARLY 30 TO 40 CENTS FOR 9 AND 10 INCH GOODS IN THESE SAME ELEGANT PATTERNS. THISIS WHERE' WE SHINE. YOU WILL GO FOR THESE WHEN YOU SEE THEM., INSERTION IN THE 19 CENT LOT TO MATCH THESE. 400 YARDS IN THIS LOT SEE SOME OF THESE IN OUR CORNER WINDOW ri 10c 29c NAINSOOK FOR FRENCH EMBR0DERY OR SWISS AND THESE ARE BEAUTIFUL GOODS AND WE AND CAMBRIC. BUT THEY GO .OUGHT TO GET 50 CENTS PER YARD. AT 29 CENTS 300 YARDS IN THS LOT 49c FOR REAL FRENCH WORK ON CAMBRIC AND SWISS THESE SELL READILY FOR A DOLLAR PER YARD IF BQUGHT REGULARLY, BUT WE SELL THEM IN THIS SALE AT 49 CENTS. 150 YARDS IN THIS LOT '..,:. !. These are as far ahead of what you usually buy at these prices as Silk is of Cotton. back, or lay aside any purchases. COME NOW ! We will not holfl any of7th : i l ' SEVERANCE & SON, I V STANFORD, KENTUCKY: 1 "k I ' Si S'-- i Yft r -.- " 4- inBBtiMllwnrTfrtWrti' irrT tm ni ujh iift v n iiwiiwliifii ii 'w,PM'v'fr'''"'i't'Mv''fly.W'iiM.. ; ii "nnnnnHPinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn Siipjpi '- - a TW7 - " .t - - - - ' i' i'. J..? !'iLliw.iU?i-vf- '' IWiW rji I " ini rnnaui ....' u r THlTMlf,ill:tlWnWWiWIIWLir'.tTgrWSt pais nrrral " ' -- " KYi tfii. mF ... 11 MwAV4 q " '"" SCC0N1 ANftUAL'SALE WHIHWII III ' I'l JWJIHH1 fp4 & HI.LIJ '! YOU WILL i: i m HAVE FIT I st " i & r and it wilinotbe a crazy fit if w you Will iei us mcoiuic yvu aw 0, uit. 1 new , We wiD guarantee that your 5 2 new tuit will please you ill every detail and if it doe not then you '... ma a.Mlma I from and we K 18? according to your own original ic uinm iw wmiiw" 1AAA --. nftm to . made YHV ". isvrrier- - filficrt wiUhave w WIflMahMn. ideas. i! You will firid'our prices g pleasant surprise to you.' Order it now and have ready for Easter. mi ' I it" ".? i1 1 i 5 1 1 tR IX. LTI OIMM Stanford, - i .j- 1,0.. WEAEEN Kentucky; 11 whatever, if you nceept our offer. That's miiihty broiul statement, but t'ouia nnythmg he more fnir for yoiiT. P gf common-HciisA 1)u;t HOientif $Ci per bundled. They were skipped ltrpnJmoll,.jH iexui Orderlies which to ili0 IJincinnnu mnrkci. nr ente kj,. cnjv. Their notivo ! t Andy Gooeh sold his cattle "ist ' j ft scientific di- week to Simon Weil, who will liip i . ,i... qg odorlcx. colorless. n'st. There verc 251,203 nmj ('n,(eloss; very irronounccd; yet tliem pounder in the hunch nnd they went p.,ti0 ftmi .cnsant in nction, nnd hundred." imriictilarlv nerecnblc in every wny . nt .0 a n Inincli of Um Thev do not ennse diarrhoea, nnuscn Will Mntlicny 1210 pound steers to Smith & John- flatulence, griping, or nny inconson, of Hojle, nt $G a hundred. venience whatever. IloJcall Orderlies T. W. Jones & Company shipped a ore particularly good for children, f . ar lond of 114 mixed hogs to the ni ,l0licnte persons. hey Cincinanti market last week, jj yol, suffer from chronic or the iorkers from various Iiitunl constipation or the associate pnrtie nnd pair from 4 2 to 5 2 i je,,endcnt chronic ailments, we cents around for them. vni, 15 try Kexall Orderlies at . Jersey! mr For Sale. ronr-year-on nemember you enn get cow, fresh. S. J. Embry, Jr., 19-them iu Stanford only nt our stoic. m Let the Interior Journal print your 12 tnblets 10 cents; 36 tablets horse and jack caids. Neat work cents 80 tablets 50 cents. Sold ondone promptly at rock bottom prices ly nt our store The Rexall store Hoi llnney Helm. Congressman Penny's Drag Store. from this district wants the tobacco Sin growing renders of the Interior JourFARM FOR SALE! nal to know that, by special conwith fine Containing 200 acres cession of the Department of Agriculture, he has secured several hun- room house hnlf of farm in cultivaThis dred 5nmll packages of White Bur-le- y tion, the balance in timber. and Yellow Pryor tobacco seed, laud lays well and is well wnteied winch ho will be glad to send to any with branch nnd wcll a eood tock who will address him "core .House of faim adjoining the town of Brod-iienWill sell worth Ihe money. Representatives. Washington, D. C.,'' Tenns to suit pmehaser., ns long ns they last. Mrs. Linda Benton, For Sale. Four or five estrn 21-- 3 Brodhend, Ky. good woik mares. Jns II. Wood-.- . iL--f lMughmnii', Stanford. 'Jltf J. D. Eails and Sons wont 100.000 pounds wool. See them before you H8-- 8 sell. For Sale Cow nnd young cnlf nlo good family horse, work any where; a bnTgaii of sold lit once. J. 22-- 2 T. Butler, MoKinncy, Ky. T. V. Jones J Co., bought a lond of 25 fine steers from . b. onvc, , inst week-- lor wiucii me uiiycrmiu Five work marcs for sole. II. U. Ye Money lack If Yen Are Net Tiio rerryville' Stock Sales Co., 1'er-jyvill- e, sarisitefl. Wc pay for nil the medicine used during ho Irinl, if our remedy fail to completely relieve you of constipation. We tnkc nil the risk. You iito not obligated to us in nny wny of l'erryville, Ky. will hold their seo-on- d nnuunl combination salo in Ky., on March 10, 11)12. Any and everybody having stock and wanting to sell them in this snt had better see one of the company at once and list your horse and mule. Wc have the promiso of plenty of buyers both local nnd from a pood farm horses nnd mules ready for sen ice is in great demand See ndicrtUemcnt that will appear in this paper soon. For nny dis-tnne- e. informn-tioti-nddresa TP"1 i ' & m. 1 MM" -j . dnnnnW ZHbV vvf MnnfnV ftWn?iV ' C. A. KERN, Manager, ... l'erryville, O i3 O tf y VO tf Kentucky., v.) v t 1 0 0 0 O 0 POULTRY COLUMN ltclinble Breeders of I'uie Bred Poultry Cnrd of Five Lines $1 0 0 O O 0jyffjSI: I ITQilTilnUnnnnnv. O Q Q S O 0 morrow may come 1-- 1-- .. ld t.uj7 J. iHnnnnnnnnn. nnVnlnnnK - Insure against that calamity today wt nil particulars nbotit fire, luiil, life, lte stock or bniglnry inurnnce nt this bank! Come in today nnd Inlk you have Wen tluuklng about. oer tlint Vou can fnnHnpnn 4nnnnvt. .' 'vfiUlllnnf WnjPIibHH!!?!- rfv"' fVLltftJkKV JPIN.II. r v alviiBnV ix. junT STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. t ! 34 l'J-- 3. .,-i- j u The Homb oi clothes, I lOtt Wool 3 h K I 9 in. rBMl3B3-l-l ' r -- $& .- Col. Sam Forsyth, of Harrodsburg bought for parties 32 2 year-ol- d mules from Win. Spilmnn, of Mercer county, at $130 per head. I will stand my grand horse Preston for- - the, .season of. 1912 at my. barn at Crab Orchard. He is in better shape this year than for some time and in for a splendid season. Will also stand my crack young three-yenr-old . - -- w- c - .a- - i I I-- M. tew i. V ? -, i A 8Y m i a '. "v Fox purchased last we'd: two large bunches of fine export rattle. From William P. Givens. he might 100 head, which will weigh about twelve hundred poitndi. He purchased from Beit V. Lord seventy ti.v, which will weiuh about 13 hundred pouiu.." The cattle will be CRAB ORCHAM. delivered by the 10 of April. The KENTUCKY. pi ice paid was between $0.50 and $7 per huudred. Brice Leech, of Glasgow, owns a Mulefoot sow which was perhaps the only bpecimen of the breed in. Barren county so far as we know of, until a few days ago when she farrow ed a litter of six pigs. There was interest among Mr. Leech's neighgbors as to whether the sow could produce her like, but cv-etitle came with solid hoofs. Mr. Leech has already been offered 11 COLT FUTURITY fancy pi ice for the pigs. W. B. Bui ton, of Lar.cn-tc- r, le- - Announced By .Catalogue Committee ccimy purciuibeu. u cording goon of K". P. Fair. green gelding fioin Powell & Depp" of PLENTY OF LUMIER ON HAND See us before you sell, get price Hiistoinille, nt $175. This gelding The catalogue committee of the in country or deaverefc looks like the making of a good har- Knights of Pythias fair, is announc for 'Ml "purposes, tio if ou want to Mr. Burton knows the ing n Colt ruiunty us one or tne ness horse. build a house, a barn, a chicken good A;ir, ana a good mule also, anil most attractive features of the coop, a doff house or a fence, come be has been especially active thi feplendi. program which will. be givWe luive here for the mateiiuU. winter and hnfi hnudlcd n big lot en. .Nominations for mares are beall eorts vand sixes iu both of horses and mules. ing received now, and so much in'and fiuished lumber and if we canThe; best lot of horses shipped out terest is bring taken in it by the not wit you iu kind, quantity, qual. of Lancaster in many years was on ity and Driof.pBobadv can.(- many breeders if good stuff in Lin-ciStMferiKy; Wednesday shipped Jiy W. B. Burton, J. A;4LLERo r and adjoining counties, that it u -- '" I to tin) Wilson Ljve. Stock Co., Wilson is believed the amount of the stake For. Sale- .- IWJW3Q' 2 fwt:,baard8 What wouJd jk'on.do .without a good N. C. There was Li the cou&ignmqnt will;,go as ln'gli as $100 horsef KeeD'Mm drv and warm, with for sale ai oar yards, at Crab Qrch- -. 24 horses, teams, roadsters and snd- Mates must be nominated by .All kinds of lumber, and biyld-i- n a good blanket. I have them. J. C. ar.l dle horses, and they cost on an nv- - March 15th when a payment of $1 material. Duke and Collier 13-- 8 MeL'lary. crage of $203 per head. The follow inuist'b mnde. ins are a few of the horses in the On or, before June 1st, a payment S" hipinent. the car being filled out of ;nst' be made, on encli mare, vith horses purchased by Mr. Bur- an owner desires to keep eligible anil ton nt. the recent sales iu Lexington: at, t,hnVti'iii, each Mare's name and die boiuht of Smith Vowcll of IIuh- - color and the flame of the horse to harness horse wliich she was bred in 1011 must be tonville one for $175, Of JDfl'WtHo parties he vur- - given. chnsed two, barney, bfirsei for f 17i r n August 10th the week before Mini or Morgan IVadeyJie.pun-lujs,U,c f. cour f,nd ex o(, tbe ed n harness horse for rpaitniwt.be give and a fee. of )'2 Accoiyi ye On JM jjjg' ,g 75: of Ed Bourne of Gurrard. l,:. fmn' feef ranking 0U: oX Uun eomUinetl lmrs iov bjt. The money wilt b divld. 3 uam xtrk AM ?& ComWst of Paint) Lick n harness C(, jntq f0UrprjMa on ax basis of $20Q; of Sum Jlnup.in, jo t ;qjKrttJ,35 Lebanon. One ' harness horse for 8onj. 15 pe-- c,nt to tWrd and 10 $205. and of Anderson Curr.of Stan- - per to taM. It Is' nlanned. to and that our stock f CeJUr, Hr- ford n harness mare for $200. Lnn open a mule colt futurity upon the - is BtUUm and BrMckinf caster Record. .verhigh, same basis, in a w kay iv- griMttcr than clasa hybrid youngsters which are -Mtfnfcl attention. Iu the fjrit pre'sidentinl jn'efejr pi od need in this paction. ence ppuuiry neia ur nip u 111 icy States .Jiebig conducted in the .Fifth J lleturfi fnjm 55 counties, Oklahoma where Republican epuidy conMjMiun Coprsfionnl district Roosevelt received 5,505 ventions were lield last week showed weelc. i votes, Tuft 31)0, Ln Follette 55 nnd 293 instructed delegntes for Roosere ' velt uud 70 for Taft. Cummins 0. L-L.SANDERS Every lady that makes a purchase at our' store Thxifsaay, Htefc1&14, willget a sou'yeriir. Db'fl ' f failto come, rairj or shine stallion Preston, Jr., known as the Jim Smith colt. He is by Preston and a grandson of the great show mare, Kate Malloy. Cards will be out shortly giving full details. J. C. Bailey, Crab Orchard, Ky.. Moute We Pay Highest Market Prices For I con-idein- iy Fiirs. All kinds of Pro duce, Hides and S. C. Crystal While Leghorns d hens with reFrom cords of over 200 pgga a yeur. The strnui that lays is the strain that irnje. Eggs front No. 1 pen $2.50 per 15 eggs, other pens $1,50 per 15 f7.00 per 100. Get iu the laying PUBLIC SALE! Lock Box Order today. clas. jt- 500. A. C. Altord, Stanford, Ky Owing to the bad wenther my sale . Agent for Tulane'incubatoTS guar, was postponed until Call nt anteed not to overheat. Saturday March 16. sample. house 'and nt that time I will offer at public outcry on the farm of Mrs. Nunnie buff'ormngtons: s. J. Lawrence 3 miles from Lancaster The laying strain that fills the on Lf licaster nnd Stanford pike-tienI egg basket in ?cro weauier; cany White Oak Sehol Hojise, the follow- I maturing big bellied fryers. Setting : it ing property eggs House delivery .iuu per One mare mule, good worker nnd (shJ)p;13 v& $lr,0 per jr,, Mrs. auto- - A c Ajford driver in harness not afraid of Stnnfonit Ky. f;v,u niooues, one Dflfl, .. .1 ' .!!.. i'auh wij,"i timeru iiiiu nasi.... niiilll lmwA INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS to drive, not afraid of Eggs for sale $1 cr setting of 12 Old Hicknutomobics, one or $3 for 45. All orders receive ory wagon and harness, ope buggy prompt attention. Wolford X. Lov-el- l. nnd harness, one spring wagon, one It. F. I). No. 1. Box SO. Stnnford plow turning plow, one double-shovKy. JIoos- 1 disc hnrrow. ne icr corn planter, one J. I. Cnse riding , BUFF ORPINGTONS cultivator, 25 barrels good white . I nin getting 21 doen eggs a week corn, and other articles too nunier- from 80 hens. Setting of 15 for $1. ous to mention. C. C. Withers, It. F. I). No. 2, StnnTERMS OF SALE. AH sums of ford. Kv Phone 143-$10 and under cash 111 hand over thaUnmount will be given n credit of four months, purchasers required LnnV ' to give note bearing 0 per cent innegotiable and terest from date nnnnW'dnnnnl payable at theJLincoln County NatThe terms of the ional Bank. BRannnnnBadnBBAiAnnnV wile must be complied with befoie is removed. propel ty E. R. Holtzclaw, It. F. I). No. 2, Lancaster, Ky. Al'CT. COL. J. P. CHAXDLEK, d. trap-neste- v Stanford, Ky. Undivided ProfiU $4,098.94 DepQtiU $75,481.90. W. U McCarty Prci. M. B. Salin, Cashier. ntj. SPRING rnnirnBnnTjnnnnnrdnnilinr.n'.nnVw tnP-Wnli c r A AAllftV TT. ON sit ? I t to-w- i; i'iu "ri' ... OF WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT LINE SPRING SUITINGS IN NEWEST PATTERNS, LATEST STYLES AND ALL COLORS Prices 15c, 25c, 50c, and $1 Yd WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION. ALSO BIG LINE OF TOBACCO CANVAS WE HANDLE ONLY AT RIGHT PRICES. GOODS OF QUALITY AND'GUARANTEE PRICES. I Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. a. ntntnnfJ' nn9BKnEnnnnHH Use Baughman's Flour and Meal NONE BETTER Order a sack from your grocer today, and we'll guarantee will be pleased. We're making a great flour this sea-so- n, the finest for biscuits and I'fht bread you eVer saw. Flour ro-u- - H. B. Northcott. T. K. Ttfdor. Mr. momj&. , ln Buff Orpingtons English Salmon Faverolles. eggs $2 per 15; $5 per 50; Indian Itiiiiuer Ducks that lay the peail white eggs $1 per 13; t3-- 0 ter 50; $0 per 100. My stock Came from the Blue Bib-bo- n winners of this country. Mnke your start with the best blood. Always glad to show; my birds, p iiiry one intcicstcd. Mrs. Sam Embry, Jr. Stanford, Kentucky. Layers-Payers-S.- that you Attention i fall Farmers, ml" - t&riM fa CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS. The big winter layers. From Kel- lerMruss $30.00 mating; eggs from 1st pen $3; nom 2nd pen $1.50 per 15. S. C. Rhode Island Reds TompEurgs $1.50 j)cr 15. kins strnin. Indian Runner Ducks tfmt lay the p white eggs .1 per 11 eggs. I have spared neither means nor time in this stock. They are from prire winning and hnavy laying iniitrunteeil. strains. . Satisfaction A. C. HRI, Stmifoid, Ky K. V. D. WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. T.W'forLTf AIm! Indmir R miller Duck ezes $1.00 for 12 NTS. L. P. NWlWleyiTuncaster. K", K R. No". J. H. Baughman tt -- & Co. mm&&a . STANF(MU, KY. ..... ait (I J (, imm OWty mttMll Conplrollir''. CI1 LaWS ,i.'. Bmk .m, .,. j,cnt ,?... .. tl 'F.tmjty id, liZ ln?,tu.rt S447,JS4.7 thitM. br vr, f Jfif'.ne i u. CONCRETING We me iu posiiion to do all kinds of cpucreting, su'eb as Block Vork, Pavements, and in fact, we can mako anything from u house ilowu (o a fence Jost. Call iiiicl set' our p'rices befti"e you buy your material at. Quick Assts CMh and WE. PERKINS iAw OtMir Asittvt loUl Amcu put froM Panics SJ.S 00.90 S rs.60.7 ss. J07.00 BankWf House Cfat Orchard, Ky. least. PHILLIPS IR0S., Stanford. Ky. uvr naif a MiHin SVr9'BMnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnttnk.L si m it,t ajv tr yf Mi. .jLvsf.w- -, I .1,; 4 i't'-a- f'a'i.rifntiiLini fttt