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STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1912 Hill increasing per enpitu allowance of mnmteiinnce of inmates of iisluuis passed. Bill relating to tax on shares of insurance stock passed. Bill rrohil)iting nlc of liquor within 400 feet of Stnte University or normal schools passed. Bill increasing salaries of members of General Asserabhly from $." to $10 n day pued. Bill ceding Edmonson lands to United States for Mammoth Cave National I'.irk passed. Bill for upkiep of old State Capitol, ns auivlided by Senate, passed New comb hill nuthoriritig Commissioner of Agriculture to appoint two woinou labor inspectors Mssed. Bill legulnting sale of opium passed. Bowling bill prohibiting use of public drinking cups passed. Governor signed bill authorizing TUESDAYS HORSEMEN LOOKING r. vol. XXXIX NO. 22 AND FRIDAYS. : greatly' interested. Ho said he could DR. FOWLER PASSES AWAY "HOP JOINTS" ARE PUT COUNCIL REFUSES TO 'not conscientiously votojto grant the Dr. Clifton Fowler, aged 79 years, ' EXTEND ACEY'S LICENSE OUT OF BUSINESS license asked and would not do so. one of Lincoln county's most substan Couneilmen Powell nnd Pence said Ward FifM Made By Proprietor of thnt the situation presented kself tial nnd respected citirens, passed Lefislature Passes Bill FerblMnf nway nbout noon Thursday, at his Soft Brink Stand to Evade New Sale In Dry Terrltery of Anyto them in the same liglit, and that home on Main street. He had been Law Far a Year thing Containing Alcohol. they also saw no reason to rote such i.l but a few days with pneumonia, u license if the courts would not hold hating contracted tho malady, as a In nn effort o "beat Hie barrier" H legal, which City Attorney Puxtou The Legislature adjourned Tuesresult of becoming ovcrhontcd while day night, and two of the last bills of tlie now law closing up "hop advised was the case. sho cling snow off the pavement. about tlie stiongest dry A motion by Mr. Nunnelley to nil- joints" in dry territory, J W. Acey, Ih Fowler is survived by his wife, passed were Irfrislntion that has been enacted in who opened tip n soft drink stand on jotirn then carried. Mrs. Hcttie Fowler nnd one child, since the passage of the Before taking up the license mat- Mrs. Depot street nbout the first of the Preston Heck. Ho was born Kcntuckky, year, 'went before nn ndjourned ter, the council read several reports in Madison county, but enme to Lin- first county unit law. One bill enmeeting of tho Stanford City Council from Police Judge J. N. Moncfce, Jr. coln Ju early life, lesided on his acted into law, put the soft drink Tuesday night nnd sought to hnve a and carried a motion that he be re- farm on the Knob Lick pike for stands of "hop joints" completely while the other imnew license for n yenr issued to quested to come before the coun- many yenrs coining to town. out of business, him. As the new law does not go cil "at nn ndjourned meeting Thurs- A host of loved ones will extend poses the most severe penalties upon into effect until signed by tho gover- day night, March 21, for nn auditing heartfelt smmpatliy to the bereaved any one who brings whisky into dry territory, no matter for what purnor, Mr. Acey figured to secure the of bis books. wife nnd fnmily in this, their hour of Lntcr, it was learned that the grief. pose. of tho brief space of advantage The first bill, which kills the "hop time before the Vill actually becomes new state law does not enrry an joints" forbids under pcnnlties of n law. Ho sought to have the license emergency clause, nnd it is under- POPULAR STANFORD BOY heavy fines for each offense, the is operating stood that nil of the soft drink under which he n MAKING GOOD IN MEMPHIS sale of any beverage in dry terri cancelled, as it was issued for only stnnds will seek to hnve license tory which contains alcohol, or thnt three months, nnd hns only to April for a yenr issued to them before the requires n government license to sell. C to run, and n new license for n new law becomes effective in June. A great many prominent citizens This knocks out all places which year's time isued in its stead. this, sell Nenr-Bcc- r, Cream of Hops, Molt only four couneilmen are strongly protesting-ngnins- t There were Mead nnd such drinks which conpresent at the meeting, Messrs A. T. and is probable Hint they will petain n small per cent of nlcohol. Kuunellcy, Ed Wilkinson, J. H. Pow- tition the Council not to grant liThere n,re .'10 of such plnces in Linell and Ton; Pence, nnd Khree of censes for n year, in view of the coln county alone which nre affected rthem. Most Nunnelley, Powell and enactment of the new law on the tBjfc3SBJJjBF by this bill. A great many temper4BHBjhEjBB7 .Pence expresses themselves as un- subject. ance men hnve openly stnted that willing to grant the licence asked '"BEafiSBJ these "hop joints" nre just ns bad conditions. SHOT AT MAD DOG under such ns a saloon, nnd nil were greatly Councilman Nunnelley led the fight Vi.jfBHBM pleaded to know tlis hill passed. Found In prevent the isHiml of n year's Another Rabid Animal io mil's report of The Courier-Joi- n license to Acey, declaring that it Town But Makes Escape the legislative proceedings regarding was nothing more than a plain efBBBBBpJLv rPppPBi thee two bills was as follows: fort to thwart tk-- new law, and he There was another mad dog scare BBBBBBbH BBBPBm "The bill of Scnntor N. R. Cobcrn, would not stand for it. He intimnt-e- d in Stanford last Sunday morning, of Carter county, prohibiting the that the council hud when n 1101111' which seemed to have several times snle of any kind of beverage conlicen callod together for this purpose the rabies started things in town. taining nlcohol in locnl option terri.alone and Htirted Hurt he was ugainst He is said to have bitten several tory, passed M to 10, Sidney O. tfaking any such snap judgment. . dugs. A number of the bo.vt got af Clay, of Bourbon county, offered nn A. H. Florence first preflavor him and several negroes with amendment, which wns voted down, the con- ter sented Mr. Acey's case for In an article, descriptive of the guns chased him up Somerset street. convicsideration of, the council. He said A number of phots were fired at the new L. fc K., depot at Memphis, providing thnt upon a third tion for violation of the terms of the not ee jthat any barm canine, without effect, however, and Tent:., the that he did of that could 1e dune in granting the li- he made bis escape out toward city, pays a high compliment to n measure the offender be sentenced to prison. Representative Thurman, cense .asked, for a year's time. it is said. Boneyville, Just what former Stanford boy, who is now of Spencer county, offered nn The opinion of City Attorney J. damage be did in town before be was City Passenger Agent of that great amendment including Coca Cola in B. Paxton on the proposition wa driven out. is it hard to say. railroad system in Memphis. A fair- the list of beverages to be barred Mr. sought 'by several councilment. Mr. Peter Carter, of the MeCor- - ly good picture is also priuted of "dry" territory, and his I'axton asserted that hedid not be- mack's church neighborhood, re- this prominent young official, L. from right to grant such a li- ports that a mad dog bit a number Wearen Hughes, which the I. J., is amendment, too, was voted down." lieve it was "One of the most drastic of the all cense in the face of the passage of of bis bogs last week, and he fears permitted to reproduce through the measures enacted by this new law. He staled, moreover, that hydrophobia the may break out courtesy of that paper. His host of session of the Legislature is that hat he did not believe any couit among them. He does not know loeal-frienhavejfatched the rise makHouse would sanction such a proceeding, how many were bitten. A grent of this young man in the railroad passed by the ing it unlawful to "purchase, prowelt known thnt the when it was mimv reports of mad dogs hpve been I world with a great deal of inteicst. cure or deliver" intoxicating liquor only purpose of issuing such u heard this spring, but so fnr as Those who are in position to know, into locnl option territory. This was to evade the law, this be- known no person has yet been bit- say that be stands so well with the means that anyone who might puring actually admitted by the peti- ten. company that still further honors chase liquor and take it to a sick tioner. and promotions are in store for him. friend in "dry" territory would be Maor Florence suggested that Mr. Hughes, is a son of Mrs. Julia amenable to the law. TEVIS. The bill had the council uould grant the license to Hughe, and brother of Ijogan. Jt. previously passed the Senate, and Acq-- , if it desired, and that after At her home in Missoula, Montann, Hughes, of this city, and is one of now only the signature of the that it wns up to the courts t "ay on the night of March the 10th, Mrs. the most popular young men who Oove'rnor. awaits House passed it by The was legal or not. He said N. 0. Tevis, formerly Miss Belle ever left Stanford to enne his forwhether it 30. the council wasn't supposed to pass Cash, of this county pnssed from the tune in the world. The Memphis the vote of 43 to Other Legislative Work the legality of everything it did, earthly to the heavenly home to be paper in referring to him, had this en Among the last work done by the nnd that Acey would be the only forever with the Ood she loved to to sny: prove honor nnd obey. While Mrs. Tevis L. W. Hughes, city passenger agent general assembly," were the following if hi license should losr bills, the Senate jmssing the House to be valid. had been in delicate health for sev- of the Louisville & Nashville Rail- bill and the House passing Senate Mr. Acey stated thut his only ernl jenrs, the going away nt this way company, has risen with pheindicating where a hill is in asking for the year's license time, came ns n shock and brings nomenal rapidity to his present re- bills, thus passed that it is up to the governor was to protect his business interests u great sense of loss nnd pain to sponsible position. He hns been with his us any one else in a similar situation thnse who knew nnd loved her. Until the Louisville and Nashville nbout forBill signnture: from bluds into to turn fees put moiiry cars ago. Mrs. Tevis' entire life five would do. He said he had j was tabled. j ears, serving prior to hi cominto the business nnd paid license a few years ago. 'Mrs. Tevis' entire ing to Memphis August 15, 1010, in County Fair Associationstraffic" bill, Me.ver "white slave in the city, with life was for three months sent in this county, Beauti- the ticket office of the company at tot girls under 1C, passed. the understanding with the council ful Missoula the home f her adop- (Louisville. Ky. Here his work was relating Herriiujton bill ngninst lobbying the Wets won in the recent tion and its people were objects to immediately under the ejes ot tlie that if 14. local option election, he would take her siucerest affection. That this re-s- o department heads of bis company, was defeated 18 to Bill requiring assessment life on ul a HiiliMiii l'uvnf, butif the I'rys is transition; nnd the energy and geniality which accident insurance companies to decontinue bis soft siucerost affection. won, ke would That this he displayed marked htm for tpiiek posit a guarnntee fund of $100,000 drink license for years time, and was mutual was evidenced by promotion. Although he has been massed. that the hitter was what he was ask- the uiitiriiur and .ceaseless efforts on but a short time in Memphis, he hti Frankfort pastors officiating at ing now. He called the council's their part to add to her comfort'nnd long since 'mnde good' here, and to the fact that the new happiness. May We with the devot- numbers friends by the hundreds." sessions of assembly ordered paid attention $.r0 each. law does not become operative until ed liusband. be enabled to lift our bill with emergency U I signed by the governor and not tctr dimmed eyes above our great PLEASANT POINT. clause passed and goes to Governor. it carries loss nnd rejoict that never aguinMo immediately then, unless Governor approved Bosworth bill hii emergency clause. In the event know sorrow nor crying. Wuteh out the Arkansas fever is crenting Commissioner of Publio law does not go in it does not, the "Thnre is no death I What seems contagious. M. D. Wall, D. P. Roads. force for ninety days, and in thut so is teansition; fl. I). lingua and several oth' Bill authorizing payment of devent, his present license will expire This life of mortal breath. ers have it. ficit of House of Reform ($37,000) before that time. Is but a suburb of the life elysian, Rev. J. A. Heiald spent a few days passed. Councilman Ed. Wilkinson took Whose wrtnl we call death." nt Eubnnks. He and daughter Miss Drury bill, abolishing intef meditlie porition that the city council of Altn aie contemplating going to West ate sentence, passed. Stanford does not have to wait for A COLD, LASRIPPE Virginia. Bill appropriating $7,500 for purthe legislature at Frankfort to act Miss Maude Brown is spending a AND THEN PNEUMONIA. of Jefferson Dabefore proceeding with its business. Dye nt chase of birthplace few days with Miss Lizzie vis passed. snid that inasmuch us the law lie the fatal sequence, and Danville. Thomas bill providing for interwas not then in effect, that operat- is too often haug'on Miss Ruby Carroll has returned weaken the syscoughsjhat change and transmission of mesing under the old law the council had tem and lower the vital resistence, home from Cincinnati. sages by telephone companies passs perfect right to grant Acey u Mr. and Mrs. George Hogue and Compound for n year if it so chose. In Foley's Honey and Tar Lorraine, spent ed. 72 to 8. stops the littlo daughter Wilmn regulation "Newcomb .niJtomobUe reply to Mr. Nuanelley'a suggestion t3 a reliable medicine that W. C. Alfords. cou?h promptly by healing the cause Sunday nt that this council meeting had been Singleton, of Wuynesbiirg, bill killed. Urban passages, Eaton appropriation bill for west culled .together simply to rush soothes the inflamed air came up to see his girl here Sunday Acey and checks the cold. Keep always Kentucky industrial College for Colthrough a longer license for afternoon. Shu-gaon hand. Refuse substitutes. passed. befuie the new 'a became effective, Lawrence Rusk, of Covington, is ored Persons, and Tanner. Biss appropriating $9,000 for imbe had no Mr. Wilkinson said that the guest of James Griffin. Eddyville penitentiary iden of the purpose of the meeting, Mr. Oeoige Cummins is on the provement of The "Wets" seeing no chance of passed. did not know .there was nnd in fact, sick list. Bill to abolish "sweating" prison- going to be a meeting until Chief of victory, withdrew their petition askMr. 0. W. Padgett is improving. ing for n local option election in had notified him. will ers killed. Police Carter Oruybeal and family Una bill icconsidered, Councilman Nunnelley snid that Monroe County Cincinnati., The 'girls will miners ap- movv to A world wide strike of amended nnd passed. next regular meeting night will be be delighted to know that Charles Bill requiring tuberculosis et for April 4, two days before Acey's pears veiy probable. Business in Alford has announced himsdlf n is completely paralyzed by license expires on Piutlni'il three months matrimonial since our enttle by county nuthorities passed. candidate for the million men on strike there. Bill to increasn appropriation for April 0, so thai there would be plenlust iiM'Otinir. Senator Woiks of California, Kentucky Home Society to $10,000 ty of time to wait, nnd see whnt the nn amendment to secure n new law is. He said it did not look Mrs. Elvu Shrout, a Mt. Sterling a eur passed both houses. Bill passed nuthoriing additional right to him to net so hastily on n single presidential term of six years, woman, unj; lieiself by t.viiur n Ii'-- i in which the people were so in n speech befoto the senate. mck. matter j tin n".!"!!' N'ews-Schimit- ar auti-liqu- FOR GOOD STUFF COURT DAY Several Nice Animals Bought By Southern Dealers Mixed Lot of Cattle on Market Notwithstanding the very disagreeable weather, a very fair crowd came to Stanford Monday, which was March Court Day, and there was considerable trading, much of it being uniong the horsemen. Sev eral horse buyers were, here from tho south and other points, and those who had tbe goods disposed of them Lincoln county at a fancy figure. farmers nre breding jtheir equine stock to a higher standard every year, nnd nre getting better prices as u result. II. T. Brown, of Georgia, was here, for some gu"d animals and got three. geldHe bought a nice ing from Bob Bruce, (Kiying him $225 for him; he got a from Jim Woods for $125 and a mare from Carroll Duddenir for $101). John C. Pep-pisold his mare to the same party for $300. Mr. Brown offered 32." for W. P. KJricaid'a bit; sorrel, but the owner was not willing to let him go for thnt. Mr. Terry was over from Cyntln'ana, looking nt Kincaid's animal, but found he had not been sufficiently schooled for his purposes. There wns a large bunch of cattle on the market something like several bundled bead, but most of it was mixed stuff. It changed hands very readily, however, nnd there seemed to be good demand for feeders. Tom Rankin bought from John Cress and Jim Hnys 40 mixed cattle at $30 a. head. J. K. Baughman bonght 43 d head of cattle from Roer of Winchester, at 4 2 cents a pound. J. D. Whitebouse, the Danville pike farmer. so)d to Dr. Joe Bek, of Witmore, 17 head of yearling steer nt $4.85. Carl McBee, the I. J.'s efficient mailing clerk, has been ill with the grip for several days. , The little daughters of Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Jones, have been quite ill, but are Improving now.'" Dr. Clifton Fowler is quite ill with pneumonia and his many 'friends are nneasy over Ms condition. four-year-o- ld three-year-old four-jcnr-o- ld cs seven-year-old 000-poun1-- lippoiutment of three comtnfsMon-r- s to I'nnnma Exposition. Sen-ntII. I). "New comb, Representa- or "t de-wi- re tive John W. Holland mid Senator Starling .Marshall appointed commissioners. Hill to enforce attendance at school of (hildieu between 7 and 14 passed. Scott hill authorising that bodies be exhumed when poisoning is suspected passed. K.vaii lull relating to pay of Jury Commission pasred. Bill to conveit half of fines for cruelty to animals to humane societies passed. Hill prohibiting giving away streit car transfers passed. Louisville , tp Hills authorising vote on bond issue of $1,000,000 for schools nnd $2,000,000 for sewers passed. Hill regulating consolidation of telephone companies passed. Hill providing Stnte officers may icgister for voting on day of election passed. Anti-loa- n shark bill passed. Bill to recognize State Board of Agriculture passed. Governor appoints seven members of board. Hill appropriating $1J,08& for repair of old State Capitol pas-eBill creating county of McCreary pased, Signed by Governor. Bill appropriating $18,000 annually for clerk hiie Secietary of State passed! Bill requiring; state to pay premiums on bonds of stnte officers CARROLL DUODERAR passed. QtESWEST Appropriation of $t,509 to pay deficit of Colored State Normal Cariolt Dudderar, one of the, best passed. Stenographer at $1,200 salary known young horsemen turned out in given Commonwealth's Attorney of this part of the state in a long while, has accepted n position on the staff r Jefferson county. Bill changing name of county seat of the Saddle Horse Chronicle, and of ll.trlan from Mt. Pleasant to leave this week for the wese to write np a number of big horse Hnilhn passed. Statute permitting killing of tres shows, for that popular paper. He goes first to Fort Smith, Ark., then passing docs repealed. Bill regulating snle of opium io Fort Worth, Texas, and other western points. Those who know passed. beott bill providing schoolhouse the wide experience of this youngg mny be used ns places of worship man in the saddle horse game know when schools not in session passed. th.it Cditor Krum has secured the Fnrra bill relating to deposits by light man for the right place. domestic life insurance companies. d. ' CRAB ORCHARD SECOND ANNUAL SALE re-cu- rd Anti-Dippi- Al-ft- Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Tat cm are in Co., Louisville for a week's stay and of Perryville, Ky. will hold their sec- Mrs. Tatem will buy her spring mile, ond annual combination sate in linery while in the city. Ky.. on March 16; 1912. Any Miss Mary Burdette, of Stanford, nnd everybody having stock and was the guest of Mn. R. L. Collier, wanting to sell them in this sale had the first of tbe week. better see one of tbe company at Mrs. James Manuel who has been once and list your horse and male. sick for some time is improving now We huve the promisn of plenty of R. II. Bronaiigb, Jr. has been sick buyers both local and fiom a dis- for a few days. tance, good farm horses and mules Mrs. R. E. Thompson, ot near ready for service is in great demand Lancaster, is with her daughter Mrs See advertisement that will appear Alvin Holmes. in this paper soon. For any informaMr. I K. Wells' sale was well attion address tended last Tuesday. He will soon C. A. KERN, Manager. for Nebraska. the Perryville Stock Sales Per-lyvill- Perryville. Kentucky. BgBgagaHgQillMiH Little Ophelia Carroll Bailey is out after a siege with pneumonia. Mrs. Daisy Hunt spent last Sunday in Brodhead. Miss Mary Collins weit tip. to Brpdhead Saturday, 0(. bu8tPess.v "$. t. Miss Loas Morgan has been vlsit-- "' iug relatives iu Richmond for a few days. . St)V-- k , Tbe "Child's Welfare" raoyeraenl' hallengcd the attention of has thoughtful people everywhere. Mothers nte natural suppoiters, nnd will tiud in Folej'u Honey nnd Tar Compound a most valuable aid. Coughs nnd colds thnt unchecked lean to (roup, bioucbitis nnd pneumonia vieid quickly to the heuliug nnd soothing qunlities of Foley's Honey Shugnrs and niul Tar Compound. Tanner. lng"gy,.,tvy, '.m JBBBmNi rs "Anti-sweatin- See Chantocler In the "Royal Slave" at the opera house Thursday, March 21. Fire did great damage to the Win. Chester Democrat plant. w. mi fS tZ?TaTmti2 THf nmnm iwTtmtw jsumal irumm, KymKY dowels are Basis carsful motnsr, who watches Th closely th physics! peculiarities of her children, will soon dlscovsr that the most Imoortant thlnt In connection with a child's constant food health If to keep the bowela recuuurlr open. Blugflsh bowels will t followed by loss of appetite, restlesanesa during sleep. Irritability and a. dosen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder give the child a teaspoanful of Dr. Caldwell's flvrtiD Pens n at nlcnt on retiring ana repeat the dose the following nlRht If necessary more than that will scarcely be needed. You will find that the child will recover Its accustomed Rood spirits at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy Is a vast Improvement over salts, cathartics, laiathe waters and similar things, which are altogether BOYS' CORN GROWING of Child Health them, as with thousands of others, there Is no substitute for this grand laxative. It Is really more than a laxative, for It contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels so that after a brief use of It, all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do Its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying It In the regular way jf a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family sice) can have a sample bottle aent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W II. Caldwell, 40S Washington Rt.. Montlcello, III. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. ment nt twenty cents per hour; each and implement at ten sinSle - Mrs. Carrie McDonald. 1M Trtf Are., Memphis. Tenn., and Mrs. rUllle E. Griffith. Veechdsle, Ky., are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with too powerful for a child. The homes of A Cunning Round of Mystery WITH EXCITEMENT Why cough? Stop ft! Stop coughing! Coughing rasps and tears. Stop it! Coughing prepares the throat and lungs for' more trouble. Stop it! There is nothing so bad for a cough as coughing. Stop it! Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is a medicine for coughs and colds, a regular doctor's medicine. Sold for seventy years. Use it! Ask your doc-to- r if this is not good advke. iini.ii ihfi Is dsllr action of Ihs h els, poisonous product art tbiorctd, causing headache, bllloutn, ntutti, you would dftpeptli. AT EVERY TURN fcXeCIRCULAK CONTEST IN LINCOLN Supt. Singleton Announces List Awards and Rules and RejU- lations Many Are Entering - Of- (larlnnd County Snicriiiteni1en)t who is promoting tho Corn Growing Club, for Lin- rolu county, under the auspices of I ho State Drixtiluietil of Agriculture bus recehed a copy of the rules and legulntioiw for the boys' corn grow- contest. He is now receiving the ajic of the young men of Lincoln oJJity who will enter thU contest tiw year, and hopes to have a splen- contest in Lincoln. Awards. 1. To each boy growing growing bushels of com or more an appropriate diploma will be signed by the Governor of the State, the Comnssioner 01 Agriculture, tne Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Superintended of the To the boy in each county who fjrrtws the greatest amount of corn ifjjen one acre, free tuition nnd board at State University during "Farmers,' will be given. 3. To the boy growing the great- est amount of corn upon one acre 111 encu in me lour iuiu COLT FUTURITY which the State has bene divided, a year scholarship in State Unifour By Catatoftie Committee versity or State Normal Schools will Announced ef K. P. Fair. be given. 4. To the boy growing the greatThe catalogue committee of the est amount of com upon one acre in Knights of Pythias fair, is announcthe state, a trophy valued at $100 ing a Colt Futurity as one of the will be. awarded. To the boy sending the best ten most attractive features of the 5. ears of corn to Lexington to be judg- splendid program which will be gived nt the State Com Show held the en. Nominations for marcs are befirst iveek in January. 1010, a tro- ing received now, and so much inphy valued at ."MOO will be awarded. terest is being taken in it by the (J To the three boys who prove many breeders if good stuff in Linthemselves the best judges of corn coln and adjoining counties, that it during the Farmers' Week at Lex- is believed the amount of the stake ington, awards of cups valued at will go as high as $100 v Mares must be nominated by twenty five, ten and five dollars resMarch 15th when a payment of $1 pectively will be given. must be made. Rules and Reflations. On or before June 1st, a payment 1. Each contestant must have en enrolled as a pupil in a public of $2 must be made, on each mare, l feehool within the year preceding the an owner desires to keep eligible and afaie of his becoming a member of at that time each Mare's name and .lie Hoys' Corn Club in his county color and the name of the hors to which she was bred in 1911 must be for the year 1912. 2. Each member of the Boys' Corn given. On August loth the week before Club must he between the ages of 10 (be fair, the color and sex of the add 20 years. 3. Each member must crow one foal must be given and a fee of $2 the inal .fc "J.1 8 acre of corn-- not n fraction of an 'Paif lifj in Bll. Alio moucjr wu on utviu- at.re- on B DBSUi ol w 4 Seed corn will be furnished hv ea ,m I0Ur P the Depnituient of Agriculture per cent to first; 25 per cent to throuch the County Superintendent, second; 15 per cent to third and 10 but any member may use seed corn per cent, to fourth. It is planned to of his own selection if he prpfers to open a mule colt futurity upon the same basis, in view of the very high do so. No seed com will he furnished after Stay 1. 1012. Entries must class hybrid youngsters which are bo made by the lfith of April. Com produced in this section. mav be planted nt any time previous MARKSIURY une 1st. No county will be more than ten bushels of seed eVMV Miss Mary Chestnut went to Lan . All com must be white corn. caster Saturday to be with Mr. J. K. . Any member may break, ferti West who has been quite ill. lize and cultivate ns he chooses; but Rev. Mahan went Sunday to Mt. nil prize winners must furnish the Labor to preach for the congregaDepartment of Agriculture n written tion at that Dlace. description of how the corn was There will be preaching! by tha grown upon request, and must keep pastor Saturday and Sunday at the nn account of the cost of produc- - usual hour. tion as nearly as possible. In esti- The sudden death of Mr. Fred mating expenses charge labor of the Burdette which occurred on last boy nt seven and f cents per Monday at midnight cume as a great hour; each team hitched to itnple- - (shock especially to his brother Dan pro-Mee- k" 1 s sec-nun'fur-OaU- rd one-hal- l cents and rent of laud at $5 per acre. 7. jjnnd must be measured nnd yield certified to under oath before Notary Public or other nuthorired administer oaths in this stata by ti,rcc disinterested persons appoint-Singleto- n, ed by the county school superintend-Hoy- s' ent, to whom they sjinll report and jie mnai certify report to be correct. 8. Any representative of the Departtnent of Agriculture must be sl,OWn, upon request, the acre of ground entered by any boy. i 9. a list of boys entered, with 'their postoffice address, must be furnished the Department of Agri-3- iJ 'culture by the County Superintend- Iel,t 0n or before September 1, 1912. 10. Premiums offered by the partment of Agriculture may be supplemented by individuals, firms 'or corporations or by cities and COunties, to be applied where re- nuested by the donor. 11. All work must be done by each Loy in producing his acre of corn un- by temporarily incapacitated cs illness. jo. j corn entered at the State corn gi,ow 9i,aU become the 'perty of the Department of Agri- culture, De-wx- ty horf per hour, STAIRCASE Bf MARY ROBERTS RINEIiART publication of the great mystery, detective and love story by this title and author. The. book reviewers of some of the best known newspapers in the country have with-oexception pronounced this story one of the best detective stories that has appeared in years. ut 1 TE have the pleasure of announcing the early We with iik our doctor about corrtctlnc your conttipitloa by tiilnc lixttive doitt of Ayer's PilU. C. ATSB CO . )U4. r Lll. HURRLE I : Englciiinn farm of l.'IO llniry Frye has bought the Annie acres nt $70 per acre. I Watch for It!! You'll Like It!! 1 I LsSBv IsSSSSSSSStsSSSr mr SNr-'-l iSBBBBBBSsm 1 Mr. .Inhn Bright has rented hit f ii tin to S. II. Sanders and John nnd will leave this week for Snn Frniicico, California. Mit Jesie McKechuie lias been ..ii flin kinlr IN THIS PAPER ONLY sSSSSBBBasS ti.i ftr n fVw ilnva Hev. I). M. Walker will preach nt i Begins in the I. J. Next Friday. at whose Lome he was living at the time of the fad happening. When his brother Mr. Dan Burdette returned home t 6 o'clock P. M. found him lying on the floor with life alEverything possible most extjnet. was done for him that could be done Deceased was 5" without avail. years old nnd was the &on of the late Daniel and Elizabeth. As a native of thi place had many friends of whom he asked no favors but would go his full length to accommodate all of them. He never seemed so happy as when doing a good turn for somebody. All he nsked for in return was "good will" and so he died with maBesides his lice toward none. brother Dan of this place he leaves another brother Mr. L. V. Burdette who is now in New Mexico. After a simple service at the grave his body was laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery. The farm work is greatly hindered on acount of the continued bad weather. Only n few tolacco beds having been sowed. J. D. Steenbergen. sella, builds, repairs and adjusts scales at rock bottom prloes. 'See blm for price before you ouy. Address Stanford, H F. D. No. 1. 10-- FARM FOR SALE! Containing 200 acres with fine room house half of farm in cultivn- This iinn. tlin linlnnpff in timhr. ...... ... ....... ...., ..... land lays well and is well watered with branch and wells a good stock farm adjoining the town of llrod- liead. Will sell worth the money. Terms to suit purchaser. Mrs. UMa emen, 21-- 3 Drodhead, Ky. .. t 0 0 0 t --I. D. CARTE- R,New Uvary, Dept Street, 'Phene M STANFORD, KENTUCKY SPRING SUITING t the Chriotiun church hcrenext Sunday the 17th. A iiung gentleman from the town of Stanford had n date with one of I mir vomic ladies on the coldest Sun day of the winter. The thermometer around xero. The was hoM-rinoiinc lady didn't expect him and .hadn't made any fire in the parlor wnn lie dime " me goou woman oi the house met him nnd told him to walk nrmitid nnd exercise himself until she could get a fire started and he did so nnd he surely did get I he left, for lie Ixft wanned up wiiii ins swenier unuer ins arm. Mrs. Lucy Spoonninnr hns been complaining for n few days. Feed of all kinds is very scarce around here. Mis Itettie Walter did not begin her school here this week on account of the weather being so bad. Harvey F.lliott went up to Hall' flnp Inst week to see his grandmother. Wes Shearer has moved from Mr. James Itobinson's to the McKech-ni- e form. Do you know thut of nil the minor ailment- READ! READ! READ! READ! OUR NEW DETECTIVE MYSTERY STORY FUUdWith Thrills tmd Excitement 'M Tempered With m Pretty Dual Love Plot - rold are by far the met dniigerotM It is not the cold lf thut j on need to fear, but the seri-o- u dikense that it often leads to. Mot of thee are known as germ diease. Pneumonia nnd, constipation are among them. Why not doesn't cost any more than ready tiike Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy made when quality and fit is con- cure your cold while ou cant For sidered. Come in and let me take sale by 0. I.. Pennv. your measure. H. C. Ruprey, The Practical' Tailor. PUILIC SALE! My new spring and summer samples are now ready for your inspection. They comprise the best on the market. I can suit anyone at to price who had his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure v&W" The J. C. McCIary CIRCULAR STAIRCASE By MARY ROBERTS Owing to the bad weather my sale was postoned until - Saturday March 18. at that time I will RINEHART outcry on the farm of Mrs. Nannie J. Lawrence H miles from Lancaster on Lancaster and Stanford pike near White Oak Schol House, the follow ing pmperty One mare mule, irood worker" and driver in harness not afraid of auto UNOKRTAKER AND CMBALMIR mobiles, one horse good worker and STANFORD KENTUCKY. driver and extra wagon horse safe 0fftc PkMe 117. Heme Mimic 35. for women to drive, not afrnid of to-w- offer at public We are about to begin tbe publication in these column! of one of the best mystery and detective stories of recent years. It you are a lover of interesting fiction you will find this, story the best you have ever read. -- h CHICA.i, ILL.,, COLUMIUS, & & j & & 0., '' CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND ., ., DETROIT, MKH., THEM, AM ALL PtWTS NMTH. 0., Watch For the Opening Chapter!!! Case riding good white coin, and other articles too numer MJM ous to mention, TERMS OF SALF.. AH sums of $10 and under cash in hand over that amount will be given n credit jA TO rj of four months, purchasers required to give note bennng 0 per ceut interest" from date negotiable nnd Everything fur the horse except payable nt the Lincoln County Nat his shoes and his feed, wagon harional Uaiik. Thp terms of the ness, Buggy hnrneM, Saddles Und- salo must be complied with before ies, fine driving bits, horse brushes propei ty is removed. Curry Combs. The best Harness oil E. R. HMtzclaw, etc. H. V. I). No. 2, Ijuicuster, Ky. J. C. McCIary, Stanford, Ky. COL. J. P. CHANDLER. AU(?T. I.- - &1 "" -- M xwl- - jlssssffTMrffEs IBBBrBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVSSSBSfl 1 14bbbbbbbb1 -. w jautomohies, one ory wagon and harness, and hiirncN, one spring turning plow, one double-shov1 disc harrow, oe corn planter, one J. I. cultivator, 2.t barrels Old Hickone buggy wagon, one plow Ioos-ier el I ATLANTA, DALLAS, TEX.,v NEW ORLEANS, LA $" IRUINGHAM, ALA., GALVESTON, TEX., KN0XVILLE, TENN., CHATTANtMA, TENN., JACKSONVILLE, FLA., SHREVEFf RT, LA., AND AIL NlrTO tWITH AKB SOUTHWEST. After you have read it you will make it a point to look for each fiiippfpnintf installment'. tVs' Wts W W ssi ALL P0.HTS North, East, South and West CAR SERVICE OF THE RIffi W . StfBjr- . lg R V Mv Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11-44 CU1FS Nil . VIA THE THROUCH QUEEN roa "'. rA. Kla BECKLEB. Ticket Altai, 101 PnnraiiJ Pnwjt Apnt. OS ma aho CRESCENT ROUTE. allothu wtomutioii, uu. m m warn E.MIa St, t ... IN THIS PAPER ONLY!! ! Cholera. Gines. Limh?mrk Dnim r9Hif sssppstwJ SJSJWVVf ' f - Diarrhoea nUUUf VWIInVl t "BsbVVssssssssI i:.0.o"rr :s" and all Diseases of Poultry Kf,. i2T .. LCXISQTe.N, KY. CINCINNATI. OHIO taiattrt ., i. ML SOLD f,ri IY PENN?;VDRUt STORE. bWirS vtVt f um. , w , ""' v , - sr,""aV MwflWiMii oil Mefcas a treat thty MtWr Ira ispwilp -- jrm.'rvj-"" Kg-?'- ' "Tvr -- S t- tt.'v nf vtf f' "v uMltM44 i'i.' .. az. mj rtlTAffgf)inp traafcfea Y. twrtaMf, Joseph Mercantile Company, The Chautauqua Circle met Saturday afternoon with Misses Martha aaa HraaiHa-fivlMnrhM aaa ratalator. For over forty yean teM by inUlittt and Helen Gill. lor weataa't paratlir wtakaettet aad diHrnala! ailmeatt. tit riMr to perfect A Junior Civic League, has been a eoaapoamon aad 10 good hi rurativa eaacte at to warrant organized nnd it is composed of the ilt fatten (a priatiai kt every latreeNeat ea hi outiide wraaatr. TU m rtm4f wMeh afetehrttty coatafat atilter pupils of the graded school. It will altobel aor (afarioaa or droit. be under the auspices of the WoFollowlal Itlttr atlcctad at random from a tarda number man's Club. The organization is to ol ilalkroeet aad tiled merely to illuttrate Iheta remtrki I inculcate a love for the beautiful. "bi tha wIbUt af 1W, Wwama trmUf rua fcn and wrlua Mat. HanaT Bowrr. of Swan Cmk.Mkh, Kouto L Rot 4). 'I The Mary Walker Price Chapter, alawl twt nirif em wont. and. at laat. raaolrad to apply to Dm n for htp. Tna doctor MtM I htd Inflammation, mlarrrmattt and of the U. I). C. convened Mondny afI waa In bad tlmn waaaa and tot no tntur. Th doctor aald I woaddhava lobar an opatatlon. tat latitat I wauld aot Hatra. Mrlua- ternoon at the home of Miss Jane Fmrlta Pmertotlon. rnd tituWmd two tattlM of pr. ITarra't walk acnat Uw floor, hotWha Doty. One object of the, meeting to uk thl mntdr I raM not tftrr I had takon thro tmttlrt I couU fal myMtf aataMtiM I dnpped On was to nrrnnge a Shiloh commemodoctor and look Dr. IMrr- - Faroriu Wwrrlptton. Only for It I think I would hara bam daad- -l rtailf MKa It Mvad BfWfc I (aal Uttat ration for April. 8oofT tww taaa la twaaty jraan." Am Dickcrson, of Bryantsvillc has opened n general merchandise store n in the Hemphill building. Mr. HWMcrr aMMcrr mie paii nnd family have moved to the FMMWrVMANpNMKS residence of Senator George T. Far-ri- s, firearm. on Richmond street. Tho legiiluture MltatrtajahMrkltad. doein't seem to The Misses Mount who arc in have done mony lliing", but it did JOHN WHITE. CO, a few mighty good things. For in Covington for a stay with relatives stance there if the county unit law, have received much social nttention, McRoberts, of Fort the primary election law, nnd the Mrs. Jack Califtrnia Premium Seed Given EUIANKS placing of Casey county in the 8th Tliomne, entertained at n luncheon Away with weekly mngnrinc of Wescongressional district arc a few of bridge in their honor Mr. D. H. tern life nnd "tones. Mt. and Mrs. Roscoe Wheeldon the ninny eood things for which we Bloom gave a Theater party for "Ornnpe-berry- " New "Pyramid were visiting relatives hero Saturday them to sec Mnrie Dressier; Mrs. are thankful. "I'iiieaiiplc-melon,- " Celerj-"- , "Panaand Sunday. TliHf vns nn arrival nt tho home Martha Purred, honored them by a Will ma Hose lilly," and others. Ilev. W. G. Tilford filled his re- of V. C. Urynnt a few days npo in Bridge party and Mrs. Elwm T. Mor grow anywhere. gular appointment here Saturday the shape of n fairly good sited boy. row nlso complimented thm by n Magazine u'ivm full instniction and Sunday. nnd Hill is ns proud of it as his first bridge party. rrpnrdinK growth and cure and othThere wag an entertainment at the pantaloons. The news of the death of Mrs. There is alo a lnte er valuable information. Costa only school house Saturday night. A arrival at the home of J. K. Coffey John E. Greenlcnf at her home in one dollar a year. SuliH'ribe now lurge crowd attended and had a. nice but Jim is use to that tynd of visit- Richmond, was received with much and receive package and bulbs with time. ors and is too old to net foolish regret. She was painfully burned jour first copy. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wilder return- about tht-m-. about a week ago nnd never recov Thete are weeds jou cannot buy ed from California last week. ered from the accident. Besides her Alvnli Lucas was here from at present. Address SAK JOSE Mrs. Ottie Taylor has returned Sunday. Miss Minnie Shan- husband a son and daughter mourn MAGAZINE, San Jose California. Lome from Indianapolis, Ind. non returned to her homo, nt Stan- her tragical death. Mr. Orville Williams left Sunday ford last week. John Q. Rowland Mrs. T. J. Price, of this city en FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! for Oaktown Tnd. has an acute case of stomach trou- tertained nt a handsome 0 o'clock Located near Bowen. two miles Mrs. Ida Wheeldon is on the sick ble though his tormenters are trying dinner nt the home of Judge nnd fioutb of Junction City, and border-im- p lit-- t nt this writing. to persuade him that it is a disease Mrs. M. II. Mabry, of Tallahassee, on the railroad, and owned by s prettily deof the heart peculiar to old bache- Florida. The home Aiina B. Sweeney. Contains honse THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE lors. Mrs. Clara Sharp, went to corated and the well appointed din and good garden, well fenced; about Is sweeping over the tows. Old and Newcastle, Ind., Friday. Edgar Mil ner quite appetizing. 'JO aeras of timothy grass, besides jonng alike ar affected, and the ler is here from Cincinnati visiting son of Mr. Which the 11 -- year-old the roads grass; fine place for poul- strain is particularly hard oa little his mother. Win. Scott, of Bucnn Vista, was the try, sheep and calves; abont 15 children and on alderly people, rot-ey- 's victim of a dangerous accident acres for cultivation; plenty of wood Honey and Tar Compound is a COMMISSIONER'S SALE. while going to school in Bryants-vill- e. For sale at 1,450; for rent at quick, safe and reliable cure for all He was thrown from his horse $125 a year, which is cheap. coaghs and colds. Contains no opiates Lincoln Circuit Court. his head striking a stone curbing Ky., Shugars ft Tanner. See Sam Sweeney at Bowen, M. C. Delk, admr and etc., Plain injuring his skull to such an extent or write ttbe owner at Bloomiagtoo, tiffs vs George Kstes and etc., De that the physicians had to remove 718 Eaat Fremont street. ltl., HENRY L CASEY. D. V. S. fendants. six or seven inches of the bone, .or jadgment'of sale perform the operation of trepanning. Pursuant to VrtafrturUn. Former Director Animal Industry heretofore rendered iir" the above It is thought he has some chance for styled cause, the undersigned will on recovery EsVeter- Phillipine Islands. TELEGRAPHY marcn zz, isiz The Woman's Club met Wednes- manan U. S. Army WlLnBrWH Hs SMI I VI Office Laflan's Stable, Phone 432, jat about 2 o'clock P. M. in front of day afternoon at the Christian lekataaaataWsaawafawwa lU Frtt4tt iw yftnf itaarlaatra la awttaatlla Agent American Hog Cholera. Serum, the court house door in Stanford, church. Miss Nancy Walker served aad tnklac vaalaaaa. alao aj raara Haratlat ia. fc 1 Ky., offer for sale at public outcry as leader, the subject under discus-bio- n ma W a4 waa aauwww. SBrlaur aa. Danville, Ky. Ky. UfaaaWIlAvai B. 1. n credit of 0 months, to the i on bciug "The Period of American 'highest and best bidder the real cs-- it literature." t: ate hereinafter described, Mr. Fred Burdette age G4 years WINTER TOURIST TICKETS A tract of land on the waters died nt his home in this community Green river in Lincoln county, Ky., of paralysis. The interment was in bounded on the north by the lands the Lancaster cemetery. Two broof Enoch Harnett; on the East by thers Daniel, of this place, and L. on G. of Missouri, survive him. The i the lands of Worth McWhorter; the south by Green river, and on the deceased was n bachelor and n highAND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS west by the lands of Dr. Wesley, ly esteemed citizen. ON tUUI DALY containing 27 4 acres, more or vu r Dock Weaver sold 25 head of 1230 less. pound cattle to J. C. Johnson, of TERMS. Said property will be Danville,, nt $0 per hundred; AlexDINING CARS ALL sold on a credit of six months, and ander Bi others sold 50 1,000-poun- d EQUIPMEUT SERVING the purchaser will be required to cattle to J. C Johnson at G cents; ALL MEALS UXCTIwCAUY execute bond for the purchase price John Christmnn sold 25 1,000-poun- d with approved peisonal security, A LA CARTE LIGHTED cnttlc at 6 cents; T. C. Ranpayable to the undersigned, bearing kin sold 50 hend of 1,000-poun- d cat-tl- o rix per sent interest from dato of to the same Boyle trader nt 5 2 GOOD HETUHNINO UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. sale, with lien retained on the land cents. FN mi PaMTKIUSS, ULIMU1 TIMET AKNT. QUEEN ft MESKITT MUTE. to secure the payment thereof, and A few bunches of lambs have aloa want having the same force and effect as ready been engaged for June delivIL C KINO, Paaaaocar aad Ticket Altai. 101 E. Mala St, tXXLNOTON, KY. a judgment. This February 28, 1912, ery from Garrard stockman at 6 2 C. C. G. D. FLOHEENCE, M. C. L. cents per pound. T. J. Hill, Jr., Attorney 18-The early sewing of wheat is re TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS ported as looking faiily well, but the COMMISSIONER'S SALE later wheat is believed to have been COURSES: Presaraterv. State Certificate, County Certificate Review. euuiplelely fioze liout. sjv T Life Diploma, 1 Lincoln Circuit Court. Special. Tuition Free to Appointees. J. W. Elmoro sold 10,000 pounds Amanda J. Dean, Admrx, Plaintiff, of tobacco to the Louisville buyer, W. S. Dean nnd etc, Defendants. vs Expenses Vry Low. Ask About It Artistic Catalogue Free. Address Charles Speith at 13 cents, and anNotice of Sale. : : nrcnimna. nemaCKv : ; : : other 10,000 pound crop to the same G. CRAIIE. Pretldewt. J. to n judgment of sale Pursuant agent at 11 2 cents and n lot of T rendered in tho above styled cause damaged tobacco at 4 cents. at the February term, UJ1J, the un Posey nnd Thomas sold dersigned will on at Shelbourne House, LexMarch 22, 1912 2 o'clock r. M. in front of the ington, at $17.30, E. R. Ray sold at iMaawaataaaaa court house door in Stanford, Ky., 3,600 pounds on the Shelbourne OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. offer for sale nt public outcry on a floors at $20 tho best bring $34 per MEMORIAL OVcredit of six months to the highest hundred; James Prathw sold 3,000 WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE nnd best bidder the property herein pounds to Mit Ross nt $17; Jas San. ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. A tract of ders sold 4,000 pounds to JackBay-le- s after described, UNLESS YOU A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE nt 14 cents; Murphy, Dishon land situated in Lincoln county, Ky. CARE TO HAVE IT SO. bound and Thomas sold 12,000 pounds at on the waters of Cedar Creek, CONSIDERING AND OUR WORK IS UNSU RPASSED ed on tho North by the lands of W. $11.75; John Pollard sold 10,000-pounat $13.30; Thos. Dishon sold WE HAVE A LARGE VERY M. Higgins, deceased, now Geo. a DUALITY,TO ISSELECT CHEAP. Boone, on the cast by Cary Turnbull 10,000 pounds at Richmond for 10 FROM. STOCK mid J. G. Ham, on the south by W. cents. Mrs. William Hays, of Stanford, e, P. Pruitt, now owned by Wm. containing 132 acres of land, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James subject to tho widow, Amanda, J. A. Beazley. Misses Martha and Hel en Gill have returned from a visit Lexington, Ky A Uonn s dower ngut tnerein. Broadway, 42 N. TEKMSj Said property will be to friends in Cincinnati and CovingV4 sold on n credit of six months, ana ton. Mrs. J. E. Harlan, of Bloom- tho purchaser will be required ta ington, Ind., has been the recent Mr. wn,ntA linn1 1st iVta nnviinncA nvina guest of Mrs. R. M. Batson. Make lyour home a. modem for jour family as a ice wUh MR. FARMER: per6onal security William Ward, of Virginia, is with r0TeU -MidenM.andjrJacflyour payable to the Commissioner, bear- - Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. . U can be accomplished by means of out telephone jerviGe Mrs. T. J. Price is at home after a t any time. cent intere8t fro'm date . gB, Uen on Baid stay of two weeks wth Judge and of nearett once or address Call the Mrs. M. n. Mabry of Tallahassee, ieai Fla. Mrs. James P. Prather, has u. mere' Line" rate, u you r . ."vv- - "!"-- " , a." foot nn n iudirment. This February been in Richmond visiting Mrs. Mm. oan Sebastain. Misses Louise and Mar-jor- ie Lynn, of Stanford have been ' Special Com'r. ;guess of their aunt Mrs. Attorneys, K. S. Alcorn, J. W. Alcorn net-co-t IweoaroaAras MNMtaWMMl wMi Dr. Hereto Favorite Pmtrlatiea. Tha ttraia mm the iMni wmmb a Mat weaaaaaf Midato aad Mood bratta. ttrvtfam ay be Im freat tor btf ttrrnita. TWa It lk date Id tab Ikh reaterativa laaie aWaWr aa TaMtto m4 U imfiWrtr TIm taaaf mwa, Tbty ere hwkMki, attattht, tlftUtt tt, hat laiaei, tftaav aliniw iMMt with "potm- "-- MIHLENM j .,- - LARCAITIR WHERE DOCTORS FAILED TO HELP V A RALt HEARCI WtMAN ', Her Crown of in Love O hlwiibi teM whAmm mmJ taeKt, or Miss Lillie Henry of Klrksville, While nt Liberty Monday we were mut ether ITWIIW M tSaaaaS weefeaete. has accepted a (position srith the ha trtataa sik n iu.'' i told that a ticket was now in the af Km (tatara MmtMd m4 Shorn of Maty, e trtttea Looh to woman. ry n aN Man-lat- rwi aJ kabit-iorral- Ima-ular- doe-I- laer-ano- n. FURS AND HIDES field that means Taft's chances for a second term quite slim. It is com posed of the two big It's and promi ses to sweep all combinations of their formidableness. We are not nt liberty to give the nnmes of the new ticket but can assure the readers of the I, .1. that it is a combination of beauty, bustle, nnd self conceit. Six inches of the beautiful on the ground in March h a little out of the, ordinary, but tho past winter has prepared us for anything in the way of bad weather. There have been quite n sprinkle of wild ducks on the river here for n week or more and have furnished lots of sport for the boys who had become forrcwlint rusty in the use of U CtftnpouM. afJs Dick-erso- i"Tl. ey and marriage. Her crowning glory ' is her hair. The loss of her hair Corlagtra, Mo. -"- Your medicine has mars her beauty, happiness, nnd sucMM me nore good than all the doc- - cess. Yet, right here in Stanford, tor s medicines. At there are thousands of women who every monthly period arc neglecting or injuring their hair I had to stay in bed to such an extent that it is only n four days because of , I hemorrhages, and matter of time when it will be utter my back was so weak ly ruined. ataaal I could hardly walk. Mnny women destroy tho beaul mam BaararaV VaTaararai I have been taking of their hair through thoughtIesnei Lydla E. Pinkham's ' or ignorance of certain facts. Th Vegetable Com- -' use curling irons or I pound and now I can , excess, which destroys tho natural stay up and do my l( work, I think it ia oil of the hair, causing it to split, the best medicine on earth for women." break, and come out. They do not Jennie Green, Covington, Mo. shampoo their linir often enough, or too often. They U9c soaps or preIIow Mrs. Cllne Avoided parations which contain ingredients Operation. Brownsville, Ind. "I can tay that positively harmful to tho scalp and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound hair. bat done me more good than anything As n result of such treatment, else. One doctor said I mutt be opera- dandruff is created, the hair loosens ted upon for a serious female trouble loses color, falls out, nnd baldrics" and that nothing could help me but an nnless proper nnd commences, operation. "I had hemorrhages and at times prompt precautions are taken in time could not get any medicine to stop them. Then again, microbes and certain I got in such a weak condition that I would diseases bring about unhealthy scalp have died if I had not got relief toon. nnd hnir conditions. Several women who had taken your Almost nny woman may rid herself Compound, told me to try it and I did and found It to be the right medicine to of dandruff and diseased scalp and build up the system and overcome hnir if she will but uso the right remedy. We have that remedy, and female troubles. I am now in trreat deal better health we will positively guarantee that it than I ever expected to be, so I think I will either cure dandruff nnd baldO. M. ness ought to thank you for it "-g. or it will not cost tho user Clink, S. Main St, Brownsville, Ind. lUlrL'. V.a..t WWa womnnT What chnrms could one .Rtrwl such n disfigurement array to offset lGrW. Hkh A woman's goal is usually love F m Ilnlr is certainly most necessary Who could love and mar bald-heade- CaajkaBVaTa. V d T vwH wtaHGflMfn kafta?m over-hente- d, fr t-- Mrs. nnv-thin- John M. Mount. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold, London have returned to Lancaster to reside. Mrs. Emma Kauffman, was called to Richmond by the critical illness and death of her sister-in-laMrs. John E. Greenleaf. w, That's a pretty broad stalemei , but we will back it and prove it wi i our own money. We will return yo -monev if you do not find that Ra- all "03" Hair Tonic is an entirely 6-- tf HUIltfiWI" tltoai. to-wi- FLORIDA I' 3-- 1-- 1-- 3. tinguished, the follicles closed, and the scalp is glazed and shiny. It gets its name from the fact that it grew hair, in Q3 out?oa 100, cases, where, it received: nVthoroughly hard, impartial,- - andr practical test. We want you to try Rexall '93" Hair Tonic at our risk. You surely cannot lose anything by doing so, while you have everything to gain. You had better think this over, nnd then come in and see us about this offer. You will be well repaid for your visit to our store. Remember) CALIF0RNIAN IDENTIFIED ou can get Rexall Remedies in thf store Tl Col. Huff Dudderar dropped into community only at our Rexall store Penny's Drug Store. tho I. J., oficc this week and said that George W. Bailey, who died in Sutter county, California, a few MRS. TEVIS DIES IN MONTANA weeks ago, notice of whose death Word was received here Monday was reprinted in the I. J., from a of the death in Missoula, Montana, California paper was a first cousin of Mrs. N. G. Tevis, a sister of Mrs. of Mrs. Dudderar. At the time the Alice Cloyd, of Boyle county. Mrs. notice was received here no one Tevis is survived by her husband, but could be found in Stanford, who re- no children. She was a native of called Mr. Bailey, and those of that Lincoln county, before her marriage name in the county seemed unable to to Mr. Tevis being Miss Belle Cash, place him. n member of one of the most promiCol. Dudderar said that Mr. nent families in this part of ithe was born out in the Neal's Creek 6tate. She had many other relasection, nnd when ho wns very younp tives and loved ones in this section his parents moved to Missouri, and who will mourn that this good wo. nftcrwrad he went to California runn is no more. Her remains were-lai- d with his family where he lived a long to rest in n cemetery nt her far western home. and honorable life. a long nnd secre nttnek of kidney trouble, his cure being due to Foley Kidney Pills. After detailing his caset he says : " I am only sorry T $A not- - learn sooner of Foley" Pills. In a few days' time my backache completely left me and I felt greatMy kidneys became ly improved. f.troner, diary spells left me and I was no longer annoyed at night. I feel 100 per cent better since using Foley Kidney pills." Shugars and Tanner. aSSSaTJaaTaaaaaataaaaaaa satisfactory Temedy that will promote hair growth and overcome scalp and hair troubles; that it will grow C. A. Glossnur, 24 Ontario St, hair even on bald heads, nnless all Rochester, N. Y., has recovered from life in the hair roots has been ex aNOlTTl&I State aVfl' MONUMENTS '' Relief Rheumatism Try Sloan's Liniment for your rheumatism don't rub just lay it on lightly. It goes straight to the sore spot, quickens the fclood, limbers up ine muscles ana joints and stops the pain. from f 0,000-poun- ds J to-w- it: Htre't Proof BMMaSUaSafaaT ..aaaBW MM ds Cal writet: "I have ued your ment for rheumatism with much Mr. Iulia Tunuic r T.L. Linituc-Cca- ," Wm. Adams & Son. RURAL TCLCrHONES. Dye-hous- Martin J. Tunis, JCO lath Ave., naun, , j., wnteaj cripple witn inenmatu m for two years and I could not move at all i had w.. to be Carried from nlace tn nlaro. f IrioH rnnMlU anl i..l.l ma Ur, until I tried Sloan 'a Liniment. One bottle fixed me up in good thape and now I always have a bottle In the house for my ue and children.' ;. "ivui wJouMajour, 3T &BnSSis3E? ShZC Si '""S&JBSSB '"r SLOANS LINIMENT kUlt any kind of pain. Good (or Neuralgia, Toothache, Lumbago and Chatt Piin. Sold by all dealer!. Prtc 23c, aOe. and $1.90. Sloaa'a book oa lionet, Cattk, Hi aad rvulay taat bw. Addrea KtSX KTflorenc D1VXAKL S. SLOAN - - Boston. Mate. a- - iilanU i.M- - TmTiiummi THE INTERIOR JOUiNAL.' lawMMittf SHILTON M. 117 tiutr oto. Kentucky. F,3 ,?.. AUPLKV,...Publlthtf II A YEAR STRICTLY IN AtVANCI We Are Ready! True, Spring is late, but it has NEVER failed to come. It is on the Way NEARLY HERE and WE are ready lor rMttftle. at4 at UctHa u mcobS mall. at Hts POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The announcements in this column nro of candidates for office, subject to the action of tbe democratic primary: For Commonwealth's Attorney EMMETT PUItYEAR, OP BOYLE. Fer Ceuntv Judge. T. A. RICE, M. F. NORTH, Fer Jailer. PEYTON PARRISH, GEORGE DEBORDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM II. HESTER For Magistrate J. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS, with a MOST SUPERIOR selection of "ADDLERS" and "Ederheimer Steins" Suits. A Scene from the Great Play "A ROYAL SLAVE," at the opera house iM.Mim-n-n-- a Thursday Evening, March 21st Prices: 25c, 50c and 75c. Look Here, Young Man You have to wear clothes and when you buy, you leek for the The best edited daily newspaper Tho infant child of Sam Mcllar-gu- e in Kentucky is the Lexington Herald is ill with pneumonia. Of course, Col. Henry Wattcrson, The correspondent in last week's has ,the repu- Signal said that concrete walks of the Courier-Journtation as the greatest in the world, were nil the talk, and thnt if talking but Editor Breckinridge writes with would do the work we would have out the color of fanaticism, whieh-tthem all over town. Well, I agree our mind puts him above even "the with him there, but it is not doing grente&t editor in the world." Mr. the people justice, Hung in one end Breckinridge's discussion of Judge of the town to pay tnxe, to build XunnV decision in the Cantrill case, fide walks in the other end, nnd oth given in favor of Cantrill is one of er people having the advantage of the finc- -t things we have read in n them. We are greatly in need of long time. From what wc gather them. They will be great improvetherefrom we believe .that Editor ment to our town. If wp have them, Breckinridge is about ready to admit vhy not, nil over town and especial that the recall of judges is a good ly where we are in the greatest need al o We buy the VERY BEST; that's why we buy these two lines. When we find something better than these, we WILL Buy Them. Liiceln CoHtyPetfle have sever seen sick as wecai SHOW YOU TODAY. --hit Jist CHANDISE Cone sauJ tig ti yti ii aid LOOK ml See if the MERThis may it STRONGER THAN WE dtesi't pit fc. thing. best value for your money. .Seed cloth, well made, Low-pric- ed clothing is seldom cheap. With the change in Federal collectors, the Somerset Leader takes the printing of the government stamps away from the Somerset Herald, a nice piece of political patronage. At the time the Leader was revived a few months ago, we heard then that this was the purpose of its revival, for there could certainly be no public demand for it in tbe town, already too full of newspapers with three in the field. However, the Lender, which was formerly known a the Republican, uns never much more than a political mouth organ, and such n paper never cuts much figure in any community. at reasonable prices, is the cheapest to buy. of themf Mrs. J.F. WaJtson is visiting in GnrraTtl this week. Democrats were successful in four out of five municipal elections in Maine. Tans, Grays, Blues AN Y PRICE gin1 $ 1 5 tO $35. This you get in eur VIKING GUARANTEED SUITS for Young Men from $8 to $30. But if you want the very superlative In young men's "Clothes, throughout, magnificent fabrics and high art patterns, nothing short of GRADUATE Clothes should hand-tailored satisfy you. They are distinctively young men's clothes and notwithstanding thfir quality, are priced with special apnt HUST0NVILLE We don't know if any of tho churches purchased one of those new kind of collection boxes bu,t heard there had been a traveling man through here with one. Anyway this collection has some unique When you drop in a advantages: quarter or more it makes no sound. Drop in a dime nnd tinkles like a bell; drop u nickel in it blows a whistle, nnd drop in u penny and it fires a shot and when you don't drp in anything the box takes your picture. J. R. Sprogen, of Cincinnati, was hero Friday en Toute to Ellisburg, for n short visit to Mr. and Mrs. iVrtliur Spragens. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Nunnellcy, of the Peyton's Mill section were in fliis city Thursday. Joe Williams, of McKinney, was here for a short time Thursday. Lucien Dunn and Lee Tuney were in Stunford Thursday. Otter Myers and Algar Weddle, of Moreland, attended the lecture here, Thursday evening. Dick Bohon, of Phil was here for a short time Saturday. Miss Allie Stagg is the guest of friends at Stanford this week. Miss Beecher Ncwhern is out again after a severe illness. Rev. Montgomery, tof Morelatrtl, attended the Sunday school convention here last week. Mrs. Roy Spear, of Turnersville, was here, shopping Friday. Miss Isa Floyd is .teaching school at Turnersville. .Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bishop nnd beautiful little daughter, Janie Wood have returned from a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. George Vermillion, of Danville. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky peal to young men who cannot indulge in extravagance. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. RESOURCES OF Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky ' Comptroller's Call of February 20, 1912 Loans U. S. Bonds and Due from U. S. Treas Lincoln County Bonds. . Cash and Due from Banks. . Banking House S342.2S4.7S os.ooo.oo . Quick Assets: S447, 254. 78 7S, For years, on account of the Republican tariff, the people have been forced to pay nearly two cents a pound more for their sugar than it Now the Democratic wus worth. House of Representatives say "they've got to quit kickiu' my dog aronn'" and let the rich bear this burden awhile. It is propobed to put sugar on the free list and raise the revenue thus lost by taxing incomes in excess of $5,000 a year. BR0DHEAD MM LIE ADVANTAGES OYER LUMP LIME: S37.sOO.oo Other Assets: 4,Oa.7S s 603.37 S5.3CO.OQ S53, 1 63. 65 Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars Corsets for All The Up . to Date Ladies. Ladies, come in and let us show you through our line of Kabo Corsets. We have Corsets in all prices and they will fiive vou more comfort and make you a better form than any Corset you ever wore in your life. The stays are so flexible that you can bend them anyway and never injure the Corset. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Mrs. M. E. Wilraott, is visiting in Lebanon Junction this week. Uncle John Flynn who has been very H is improving. Mrs. Sadie Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mc Kenzie, of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mr. Willis Martin, of Lynchburg, Vn., were the guests of Miss Gertrude Martin last Sunday. Misses Susie Cable and Lelia Albright were in Mt. Vernon last Sunday. A few of the young people surprised Prof. J. II. Likins and wife last Friday night with a pound party- 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, D " chemicals, or sundries; ever you desire to purchase any WHENEVER you 1,a io Ever; Help For Tour Health want drugs, when- Miss Nannie McWhorter spent par- Saturday and Sunday with her ents in Berea. Patent Padgett mules last week SANDERS rSBm - n 7 5 u J D FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KY. f Organized, October, 1882. Paid in Dividends since organization, $223,500. Returned to stockholders, $2oo,ooo.oo in cash, being reduction of capital stock ii It ii is a successful Bank, and is at the service ef the smallest depositor. U -- u f sold a team of The attractive Miss Ella Barnette ito Ed Farris for has arrived home from Louisville $125. for a two week's visit to Mrs. Belle Rev. Duke, of Mt. Vernon, filled Barnette. his appointment here last Saturday The cutest little girl has arrived and Sunday at the Baptist church. at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Buries Mrs. Mat Stevens was in Mt. nnd has been christened, Elizabeth Vernon last week. She was accom- Lucile. panied home by her son Colston, who Miss Nancy Cooper, of Moreland, has been attending the Welch & was the attractive gues,t' of Miss Morrow school Lena Back Sunday. Mrs. J. G. Frith is able to be out Miss Cora Mae Goode, has re again after an illness of several turned from a delightful visit (to weeks. Miss Itcttie Miller of Danville. Mr. Henry Likens, of Caneysvillc, Mis. Charles Wheeler and Miss visited his brother here last week. Ore Wright are in Cincinnati, this George Hayed and family left last week buying spring milinery. Wednesday inorningg fdr IndianaMrs. Frank Mansfield has return polis where they will make their fu- ed to her home in Lexington after a ture home. short visit here Mr. Egbert Wallin was over from Miss Margaret McCormack is vis Danville first of tbe week. iting her sister, Mrs. Jas. Woods of Miss Etta Cable, who has been Stanford. confined to her room feinoe DecemMrs. Walter Willis is spending a ber with u broken uukle, is able to few days in Louisville this week. be out again. Will Neale has returned from a Mrs. Mary Cleveland, of New York visit to D. C. Neale at Dade City. is visiting Mrs. Clint Lear. Fla. or sanitary article of merit; when you want quality and service, bear in mind that you can get just what you want at our store. This is satisfaction and service worth considering. No bother or trouble Como here, ask for what you want, and get it. You get the right thing right away, and at the right price. That is the secret of our success and popularity. Consider this Penny' Stanford, )rtiff tore The Rexalt Store Telephone No. 2 JkintucAy D 'W W?1 A. THE STAMFtRt INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFUES. KEWTUCKY. ' , HCfAL m PCMtWAL Attorney K. 8. Alcorn is out again niter a severe attack of tonsililta. Dr. Joe Beck, of Wilmorc, was Lere court day, buying somo stock. A Jtobert II. Coffey !et Monday fur several days' visit to friends in Louisvillo and Frankfort. Hubert T, Uruco went to Louisvillo Wednesday morning for a short visit to friends. Judge L. W. Bctiiurum, of Mt. Vernon vrus Iicto early in thu week handling a luinkrujitcy case before Kcferee J. N. Saunders. tho well known W. T. liobinson fanner and stockman, of lloyle, was Lere, looking over the offerings on court day. Miss Lillian Shugarti, of Iliehinond Mencfee. Hnndoome little cards received by was tho guc6t of her brother W. K. Shugws And family early in itbe friends hiTO this week announce tho arrival of Ilichard Fowler Seudder week. Miss Lcttio May Mcltobcrts, of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hichard Lancaster, is tho ntfrnctvci: guest S. Seudder, nt McKinney. The parof her cousin, Miss Anna I). Mcltob ents have tho congratulations of n wide circle of friends nnd loved ones crts. by upon the birth of thc young man. Mrs. J. E. Buck, nccompnnird A jolly party drove over to Ban-ill- c her two older children, and baby lost Monday night to hear thc daughter, Martha, returned to her her homo nt Gilbert's Creek enrly in Flnnzley Quartet nt Caldwell College the week, after an extended visit to In the bunch were Misses Ellen MilHopper, Claudia her mother Mr. Mottie Xcvius, here. lion, Margaret Miss Kiln Mae Saunders returned F.nton, Lena Palmer, Jennie New-lanKthel Fcttro, Margaret Hooklast week from an extended visit to the cities purchasing new millinery. er. Mniy M. Mathcny, Mary K. McCarpenter, Effic Mits Laura Morgan arrived this Kinney, week from Owensboro nnd wilt trim Baugliman, Mary M. Ituney, Messrs. Morrison Itright, Thomas Coleman, for Miss Saunders this season. Harry Beinhart, KtirnMh Clinton Coleman, The beautiful Mi Thatcher, accompanied by Mm. Sam Miss .Mm rt Im Hommel, and Mr. Hunel Parker, arrived from Somerset bert Carpenter, Mrs. J. S. Rice. John W. Brown, of Mt. Vernon, this nftemoou t be the guest of Mr. one of the stalwart democrats of nnd Mrs. W. Loimn Wood. Maple for the Musical nt Caldwell Ifockcafctlo county, was here early Advo-cntCollege to.ivgkt. Ilnmillc in the week on legal business, lie ih greatly disgusted over tho action of the legislature in removing Bock-castBr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Acton, of nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Fayette from tho Eighth congressionfrom al district nnd placing her in the Wilder, who just returned California, spent n few days nt the Eleventh. In fact he is so wroth Adams Uouc this week. Mr. W. C. over the matter, that he is seriously Bella contemplating Adnms, of Bnrnside, Mi moving to Texns Adams, of Enbanks, nnd MeMlomes. where there arc nothing but demo.1. J. Adams nnd Mnttic Alexander, crat'-. Mr. Brown's son Conn Brown erf Ibis city, were guests of Mrs. located nt Arnnsns Pass, Texas, Mary Carr at a delightful Innchenn nnd his father will leave shortly to look over the field there. 1odV. Somerset Time. d. e, e. Ku-banle Mrs. Will Stono has been quite ill for the post several days with grip. Mr. and Mrs. Barn Kobinson are receiving congratulations upon tiia arrival of a beautiful daughter in their home, this being their second. Mr. S. II. Shanks still continues ery ill of plcuro.ncurnlgia, nnd his friends aro very uneasy ovr his condition. Mrs. W. II. Lilian!, wife of the populur Boyle county cattle buyer, m cry ill of pneumonia. Commonwealth's Attorney, George I). Floreiico still continues very ill of the fecr. Mrs. L. K. Cnricntcr, nnd hnml-som- e young son, John Mcnofce, of I'hilndelphin, I'a., ore tho guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John N. BAKIN6P0WDEI Absolutely Pun Makes Home Baking Easy No other aid to the Housewife The Junction City, Lumber ComWHITE PEKIN IUCKS $1 Per Srttlitf. pany will sell cheaper than usual for cash, this year. Write them for Morgan S. ilHfhmiB, Stanford, Ky. prices all kinds of building mntcrial, m cement, lime, snnd, stock nnd poulBr. Cecil V. Cook delivered (n try fence, etc. Junction City, Ky splendid sermon on "God's Part" at L'l'.Jp. the Baptist church Wednesday The other congregations nd- The Presbjtcrinn church is to journcd prayer meeting to hear him. hold n scries of spccinl services beginning April 15th. Tho Rev. S. M. Services at the Presbyterian Logan, of Wilmore is expected to be church Sunday, March 17th, at 11 A. M.. "The Lord's Day," 7:30, here to assist in the work. "Worth While to Make n Stand." Elder Itcubcn Todd will preach at W. S. Fish represents only the McCormnrk's church next Sunday best and strongest insurance cominmorning nt 11 o'clock. All urn panies. Let him keep you protected. vited to come out and hear him. cv-ini- L Lost. A closed fnee gold watch We receive fresh fruit every day. Telrphnno us your order. Govcr's with initials "E. P. W." on back. Reward for return to this office. restaurant. I.ucile, the little daughter of Mr. Parties wanting rooms nnd offices nnd Mm. J. J. Thompson, of Hubcall at State Bank & Tmst Co. See ble section, fell from a barn loft their nice rooms. this week, and broke a wrist. For Rale. One Cyphers' incubn-to- r, ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE1 240 egg site; good as new; will All person holding claims against trade for poultry or stock. D. E. 20-Proctor. thc estate of Anderson Carr, deceas 11-- tf 1. to greet, no other agent to useful and certain in making delicious, wholesome foods U The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Mm $100 Reward, $100. Ttw mdtn of thu ptprr will r pHurd to ttn Uut then H t Irut one drradrd (Usmm xtttl Bcmct hu brra tbie to cure In all lu ture. ind tot u Caurrb. luirs Caurrb Cure to tbe 0017 positlr. cure now Known to u medical fraternity. Catarrh ed arc requested to present them to mo properly proven, on or beforo April 1st, 1912. A. T. Nunnelloy, 1. : Administrator. 22-- lt Thc annual District Christian Endeavor Convention will be held at Nicholasville, March 16, 17. Tbe delegates who will atend from Stanford are Misses Sallio Mills Craig, lt SHORT LOCALS. and Anna Davis McRobcrts, of tho Mrs. L. B. Hilton went to Brod-bea- d church nnd Emma Presbytcrinn Thursday to visit her pnrent". A big line of new post cauls just Hays of the Christian church. A reThc little child of Mr. Jnkc KobG. L. Penny's. Nice blue grass farm, of 193 acres port of this convention will be given inson, of thc Dnmillc pike, has been received nt within two miles of Stanford for at the Prcbyterinn church on Sunquite ill of pneumonia, but is conSee the best oil stove on the mar- 6nle. Apply to Adolph Von Gruen'.-ga- n. day night March 24, at 7:30. Evsiderably improved now. 22-t- f. erybody cordially invited to attend. 22-- tf Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Jackson, of ket at George H. Farris' Munfordsville, came this week to The .Missionary Society of the make fe'tnnford their home, Mr. FOR SALE OR RENT. Baptist church will met with Mrs. Jnckon being the new manager of Mnrtin Friday afternoon nt 3 o'We offer for sale or rent the Mcthe telephone company here. They' will be given a cordial welcome to Kinney Woolen Mills at McKinney, clock instend of nt the church. Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wrny Ky. This mill is fully equipped to W. II. Higgins is opening up his and family are preparing to move manufacture yarn, jeans, blankets, to Danville to live, where Mr. Wray Linscy and other goods nnd is well spring btock of buggies this week. becomes manager of the phone located. Apply to K. L. Tanner Call in and see them and make n 12-t- f. & Son, McKinney, Ky. selection. Almm Mm Umm Phmmmmmtmm belnc a conMimtlonal diwane. requlrea a constitutional treatment. Hall'i Catarrh Cure to taken actlnit dlmur upon the blood and mueoup turtacra ot the trnrm. thereby deitroytni the roundatkm of the dbteaee. and alrlna the patient irrntth by building up tbe constitution and ambit-m- a nature In dotnar lu work. The proprietors I'St. so much faith In lt ruratlre powers that they oner One Hundred Dollars for any rase that It falls to cure. Send tor of teetlmonlala Addrm r. 1. CHF.NF.V A rtj . ToWo, O. Fold by all Prunb u. Ttc. s Fam r Pills for conttlpatr . "ale Hall A Story With a Bargain Attached. 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 jell 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 4 Now, Ladies, you know Fashion has set its approval on WHITE for this Season, and this means Embroideries Galore. Estimate your needs for this Season and come to this great sale BEGINNING FRIDAY, MARCH 15. 5c lgc 39c FOR ANY OF A LOT OF 500 YARDS WORTH 7 -2 AND 10 CENTS, COLORS AND WHITE. HELP YOURSELF AT 5c yd YARDS' THESE ARE EDGINGS MATCH THE WID- WE ASK ONLY 19 CENTS FOR THESE ER THEY WOULD COST RESULARLY 30 TO 40 CENTS FOfl ANY Y0U WANT 0F ,NSERT0(S nNE ED6,NGS. y ,NSERT0NS FOR 9 AND 10 INCH GOODS IN THESE SAME ELEGANT THIS IS WHERE WE SHINE. YOU WILL GO PATTERNS. E WHE YOU SEE .THEM. INSERTION IN THE l9 CENT L0T T0 MATCH THESE. 400 YARDS IN THIS LOT . 0UR C0RNER WND0W SfE SOMf 0F JHESE " 10c INSERTIONS. FOR CHOICE OF 475 GOOD EDGES AND 15 CENTS TO 18 CENTS. THEY ARE WORTH REGULARLY fc y f-. YOURS FOR - 29c NAINSOOK FOR FRENCH EMIRODERY OR SWISS AND THESE ARE IEAUTIFUL GOODS AND WE AND CAMBRIC. RUT THEY GO 0UGHT T0 GET 50 CENTS PER YARD. ' AT 29 CENTS 3M YARDS IN THIS LOT 49c I I FOR REAL FRENCH WORK ON CAMIRIC AND SWISS THESE SELL READILY FOR A DOLLAR PER YARD IF R0UGHT REGULARLY, RUT WE SELL THEM IN THIS SALE AT 49 CENTS. 50 YARDS IN THIS LOT 1 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 hold any of these SEVERANCE & SON, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. -- , j, tMisffnwtnKwsr, yst. ZACK " ' " ' 'fr- - ! '' 'i i T ' ini in. fVff.ti f r ,, j M W ' V 1M ,- tf Hi .,, w . ,y.(-..kMim'iijmjim- i j ibbJibiJ ,' - i TMC ITAf M KTUm JtWmAL $T,WfJ. KMITIWKY. .MS MILLER'S RtMANCE Mr. Miller contented. For several SHATTERCB IY CITY reasons they (raveled together with the show, which toured tae entire WNLB FAWT Farmer UMetn Cawrty Man's Wife, coantry, ifpecially the East. The v inters they passed at hone on :he Wtte at rl Wm Pet tf Caw- lanrh. Every spring Mrs. Millar Lm OMMt It SUM n. Bay, Saffff far Bvaf(e was more tager for tho opening of ItrFtMNtrcThMaFcw L'ie show sraron than she had betn following dispatch from the precediu? spring. She had come The Ponca City, Oklahoma, to the city In love i plaTe and glitter of the Sella tafenrraat.IBGa. Vn. letter, says: papers tells of the marital troubles lift in citieii. a meat f tats place. two seasons ago, Zank rlf a former Lincoln counfy roan or six yearn, I wrfT ered agon- Zack T. Miller, who has made fame Miller detached himself from the Tor Art weBialy trouble. ies wltk brought his wife back to Often, I eoal&at lit up Bore tats a and fortune as one of the proprie few Blaatca at a Una, aad If 1 stood tors of the great 101 Ranch show. tiw vanrh. The couple settled down X weald Hint en By feet leaf. again to the ways of the plains. Mr. Ponca City, Oklahoma, Feb. 1912 I took Cardal, aad It kelped bo ln Miller wns glad to be back, but his mediately. Now, I can 4o my work all Rack of the almost simultaneous tie time, aad don't suffer like Iladid." of the almost simnltantous fil- wife seemed to pine for the cities. Take Cardal wkea yoa feel HI any ing of petitions for divorce by both Now Znck Miller has surprised his or under war weak, tired, Biserable, strength-buildinMr. and Mrs. Zack T. Miller lies a friends nnd employees by filing his the weather. Cardnl la a loale medicine for wesscn. romnncc ot' the wholesome western petition for divorce, Mrs. Miller It has been found to relieve pala and distress earned by womanly troubles, plains, whose craft of joy has been starting her suit only a few hours and It an excellent medicine to bare on wrecked upon the perilous shoals of later. land at all tines. womanly show life in distant cities. It is the conit! rntni acta onnpthe THAT HOUN' DAWG SONG womanly strength, story of n man and a girl, born nnd building tntlon, toning np the serves, aad regulating reared on the prairies, who married the womanly organs. and might have lived happily ever Seme I. J. Readers Think It Needs a IU half century of aeeess la due to afterward but for the lights nnd Few Mere Verse merit It hat dona good to thousands. of the great centers of popWill you try UT It may be Jaat what you need. Ask your druggist about ulation. The Millers were from KenSeveral of the I. J.'s readers apCarduL Ha will recommend It tucky the brothers having been rear- pear to think that the famous Houn' Dnwg song is susceptible of imM ed at Crab Orchard. Bees MrtlclM Co.. Qntmiaoaa.Taaa.iar. Those who at any time for several provement by additional verses, and jwcrHcnons, in sw. raaaar, far Wean," mm In Ula years up to the summer of 1909 have the following have been sent in: witnessed the street parade of the By Mrs. W. II. Furr, Flatwood, 101 Ranch Wild West show may reGarrard County. call nn unusually pretty young wo Cook th' possum nice and brown; t- man nttircd n a cowgirl nnbit ot Z!L-t-M- . With sweet pertatcrs placed aroun, .f fas purple velvet, mounted upon the fin Makes no difference if ho is a houn est horse in the procession, her sadThey gottn quit kickiu' my dawg dle nnd bridle resplendent in gold nroun' nnd silver embellishments. That fft letl vmhow. and oav beat market M. M. Colson, R. D. 2, Paint Lick, prlcta. We are t talers; cmubliihed picturesque figure was Mr. Mabel In lau; and can do BBTT BR for you than agtnU or commttsion tner Pettyjohn Miller, now suing Zack sends these: chinta. Referencea any bank In Lon Miller for divorce at Oklahoma City Every time go to church; iarillc. Writ for weekly price list. I M. SABtL dv SONS and being sued by him at Xewkirk. Here comes a girl in a hobble skirt IHM1 M Bartot tt IWIUS. It She could ride fast and (shoot aeiers m ma, rnecs, wuou In she come, and by me sits down, straight, as her exploits in the show Makes no difference if he is a houn' arena proved to delighted thousands They gotta quit kickin' my dnwg It was the allurement of the life inaroun,. MUST BELIEVE IT cident to the Wild West show, aver I go in the pond and swim around. the attaches of Miller's famous 101 Woudn't it be a joke if I was to Stanferd Peep le Ranch, a few miles southwest of thisWhen drown f city, that broke up the happy home Makes no difference TeH It Se Plainly. if he is a hoan' of Zack Miller and his wife. They gotta quit kickin' my dawg Mr. Miller has taken their only aroun,. When public endorsement is made child, a girl of four years, to his rela by a representative citizen of Stantives in Kansas City. In this petit From W. E. Conner, Crab Orchard ford the proof is positive. You must When I blow my horn he hears the testimony. Ev- I ion he charges his wife with mrbelieve it. Read this conduct, habitnal intemperance and Bound, ery sufferer of kidney back ache, evOld Dmm comes skipping over th' with kidney extreme cruelty to the child. ery man, woman or child Mrs. Miller who has gone to live ground. trouble will do well to read the folin Oklahoma Cityr alleges that her Makes no difference if he is a houn' .' lowing: husband threatened to take her life, They gotta quit kickin' my dawg James Brackctt, blacksmith, Whitaroun,. "I and that he drank habitually. She ley ave., Stanford Ky., says: asks for alimony in the sum of $250 used Doan's Kidney Pills a few Ira Roberts writes this verse from a month pending the division of her years ago and they did me so much hnsband's estate, which she says is Waynesbnrg: good that I am constantly speaking worth $150,000, and for attorney's Every time tbe Democrats make a about them to my friends. My prinfees of $2,500. race, cipal trouble was from my back, After leaving Kentucky Zack Mil Billy Bryan comes back with a smile which pained me severely at times. on his father's ranch, on his face; I got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills ler grew up one of the largest in the United It makes no difference if he is beat at Shugars and Tanner's Drug Store en every round, and they helped he right away. I States. From his early boyhood he was They've got to quit kidrin' my dawg; have had no back troubles for a aroun7. familiar with the great cattle roundlong time." up, the herding and roping of steers For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Miss Rose McCormack, of Huston- cowboy life Co., Buffalo, and all the duties of cents. Fostcr-Milbur- n villc, sends in this good one: New York, sole agents for the Unit- from the standpoint of the landed They may run Wilson, or Bill, con- proprietor's son. ed States. sonn' He loved the life. His luxuries Remember the name Doan's o were those of the cattle But Teddy can beat 'em on any old and take no other. groun' men boots at $25 a pair, a sombrero nt $15, a set of spurs at $50 Bryan's a good fellow in his home BEE LICK town, a bridle at $100 and a saddle at i But we hate to kick a good dawg $250. J. W. Stringer, of Quail, has movaroun' He expected to spend his whole ed to his new home at this place. life on the bis ranch, which Miss Marguerite IMcCoifciaek Mr. J. M. Reynolds still remains 6tretches for miles along the Salt writes : in bad health. fork of the Arkansas river, where his Mrs Jones Lewis, will soon leave brothers, George and J. C. Miller, I got a houn' that sneaks to town; for Crawfordsville, Ind., to make her joined with him in growing nil kinds But he always drags a soup bone home. down. of grain. Messrs M. M. Taylor, J. S. Scott, The little town of Red Rock, n NYhat'd I do without thnt houuT S. 0. Proctor and E. M. Ends were few miles south of tho No. 101 So you hnint gwinter kick my dawg in Mt. Vernon on business Saturday F.anch house. Jits in what used to be uroun.' Inst. the Otoo und Missouri Indian recr Mr. M. G. Reynolds of this place, We are prepared to install hot vation. Thv was one hotel in the has been very sick, bitt is better at t'wn, owner by G. W. Pettyjohn. water and hot air heating, plumbing thi time. 81-t- f. Zack M'.'lcr had gnown littla Mabel eac, Conn Bros., Lancaster. Elmer Scott and Russell Reynolds Pettyjohn, ti pretty girl 'a short were in Stanford Monday last. ZEM0 MAKES ASTONISHING . dresses. Miss Lucy Reynolds is talking of ECZEMA CURES When he begnn passing much of taking a trip to Louisville. his time at Red Rock, about seven "We Preve It." There will be meeting at Bethel Every day ZEMO gives relief and next Sunday at eleven o'clock, con- years ago, bartering with the horsemen and cattlemen coming up from cures men, women and children in ducted by Rev. Daniel Gentry. Texas with stock to sell, he boarded every town in America whose at the Pettyjohn hostelry. The Pet- rikins tire on fire with torturing tyjohn girl had grown to be a beau- ECZEMA rashes and other itching, tiful young woman. Se, like Mr. Mil- burning, scaly, nnd crusted skin and scalp humors. ler, loved horses and passed much ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) of her tiros 'n the saddle. She "rss SOAP, two refined preparations will the idol of all the humble cowboys, give you such quick relief that you ai4fcr afs, Vm Iom btdrr coadi- - and even of some of the Indian will fuel like a new person. lioa of taw Liver, Slnsmk aad Bowala, I youths, who dared to look nt her We give yea three reasons why obisBMd ttQtt BltftlaBttfy Ma MaV b only from afar. Zack Miller, who we recommend and endorse ZKMO gave promise of being a confirmed and Zemo Soap for nil skin und art praaptV by tkg Syrap of Fig. ad Bur ( Seaaa. It i awl a aew bachelor, fell in lovo with Mabel Pet- scalp eruptions. Ibt. They are clean, scientific Ut b wad byl tyjohn nnd married her. preparations that give universal The couple went to live in tho big el satisfaction and are pleasunt and ranch house. About thnt time the ngreeable o use at all times. No. 101 Ranch Wild West show was 2d. They are not experiments, being organized nnd young Mrs. Milbut are proven cures for evry form ler passed much time on horseback of skin or scalp affections whether WaBjMI Bj9ajrJB BMW WB BMW witnessing- - tbe rehearsals and tak- on infants or grown persons. CiHiwia rig 3yn of the d-- i.j 3rd. They work on a new principle. ing part in them.Cm, ptwAid itary paakkjo of lU Zack Miller was to go on the road They do not glaze over the surface with the show to look after the live- but they penetrate to the seat of the stock. nU bride pleaded that she trouble, and draw the germ life from underneath the skin and destroy it. bo taken along. "I want to see life in the cities," In this way a complete cure is afsue said, 'I can ride in the parades fected ia any case of SKIN OR and also bo a performer ia the show, SCALP ERUPTIONS. Endorsed aad I'm sure it will be great fun and sold ia Stanford by the Penny Drag then we can be together, you Imw," bUsm Charlie Whitemoon, The Cowboy Mi Herbalist COM-CEL--S- AR. It BJM BfafaTaTaSP'V'1 gBVM&f.II BaHraVBH. SrSrarflLVftn't BBBTW4irj ,amW3rt.irt -- M --. Waoe wonderful Root k Herb medicinm ImVe Wen making such won derful cures for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the readers ofThe llrferftr JtvrMl, through the courtesy ft splendid rates offered by its editor. The name of ray great universal remedy, is nt-f- l ck g Tk"fj t wMtrV" nvnavi ssj composed of 16 Roots ft Herbs. It is an ideal spring ft fall tonic, stomis a body ft ach, liver, kidney, bladder ft blood remedy. Cewl-Ce- tf nerve builder of great merit ft should be used both spring ft fall for putting the blood ft general system in fine condition to meet tho necesAW aBBrarararararR? is sold at all sary changes taking place at those seasons. drug stores, tho' some times, you find a druggist who for some reason will not handlo my remedies. In that cose, I will, on receipt of the price is packof Tl.wu send it postago pnid nny place onearth. i VBBBBBBBBBVjBBV m ed ft backed by n legal guarantee that ueta back your dollar if also for fails to' do what yon buy it for. Call 'for White-Mean- 's Chat-HScience Seae which is made of pure vegetable oils ft money back if you don't for Human skin Only, lie a bnr, 3 for BWBVBWBrllHinPjIPBVBt JbVJI happen to like it. Mv yenrs of experience as a cowboy & nmong tho Indians, give me n peculiar fitness ft knowledge of tho value of Roots ft Herbs as medicines, ft I would like to send every render of this paper ft any friends of yours, a copy of the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled, "The Cewkey Herbalist". It is filled with startling facts obtainable no place elc, ft costs you nothing but n post card, ft if you want a fine calendar, say so ft I will mail you one for 1012, lithographed in five colors, a fine likeness of myself, entitled "Ready for the round-upCatholic All letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Roots ft Herbs as medicines. or Protestant, Read Year BiWe Ezekinl 47:12. Ecclesiastes 30: It, 16, 10, 17 also Chapter 38; 4, C, 9, Psalm 103:14. Write 15. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22 these verses down, then rend them. Tho Bible snys "Physician Heal Thyself" ft so, if modern doctors with mercury ft other poisons can't heal themselves, what, chances have Yea to bo cured f Yours for n long, clenn, hcalthv ft-- successful life. W. Breadway, LaulsvHIe, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOIf you write for information, book or cnlendnr,address Dept. 7. aHEMiy .bBbbbbv'bV Ctfll-Cel'S- sf Cirfl-Cel-f- ar Cam-Cel-S- ar Cefll-Cel-S- e B ". 2 WeH-Kne- )- - well-to-d- cops for John Singleton and Eugene Wall. Correspondent at Pleasant Mr. Olive Sims, of Lexington, Point we dare you to guess who Acording to my experience I do spent Suturday and Sunday with his those two girls are. not consider that there is anything father. A TEXAS WONDER. L. Eubanks, of Buck Creek, spent to equal Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rokidney affection. It relieved me a few days with friends and relafor tives here. when I wns perfectly helpless. The Texas Wenetar cares Mtey Tbe last time I wns traveling in Mrs. Jay Sexton and Miss Ludie and Madder treaMes, removing grav Texas when my kidneys became af Sims have been visiting at Cincinel. cures diabetes, weak and lame fected and for ten days I suffered nati. back, rheumatism, and all irreguexcruciating pain, accompanied with Mr. Walter Leach and family bave larities of tbe kidneys and bladder severe chills. Several years previ- moved to Arch Horton's place. in both men and women. Regulate ous, having been relieved of a similnr Mr. Alna Morgan, of Parlor Grove, bladder troubles in hildren. If not old by your druggist, will be sent attack, I naturally sought relief as is on tbe sick list at this writing. by mail on reoeipt of $1: One small before, from Swamp-Roo- t. M. Sims spent SaturMiss Daisy After using four of the large siz- day night with her cousin, Miss bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send ed bottles, I was completely restorLena Sims. for testimonials from Kentucky and ed and went on my way rejoicing and Miss B. Sims is staying at Dan- other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 praising Dr. Kilmer's; Swamp-Roo- t. ville with Mrs. Dalin. Olive, street, SU Louis, Mo., Sold by This wns three years ago, and I have Mrs. George Gaines, daughters Ethad no indication of the return of ta and Marie, spent Saturday and the affliction. HOW WUMER Sunday at tbe home of Mr. Louis Yours very truly, McMullin. J. C. SMITH, JR Miss Dollie Sims is staying at May Be Made Strong at Small 108 Johnson, St. Jackson, Tenn. Expense and No Risk Waynesbnrg with Mrs. L. G. Gooch. There are hundreds ot women is State of Tennessee County of MadiMaster Jessie Pnvett spent Sat this vicinity, weak, thin, son ss: urday and Sunday with his grand tired out and nervous. Such women Subscribed and sworn to before mother, Mrs. Burton. need Vtnol Just aa much aa did Mrs. me this 13th day of July, 1909. Miss Laura Sims spent Friday ev Jane Pepper, ot 2307 Howard street, P. C. STOVALL. Btn Francisco, Cat who says: ening with Miss Daisy M. Sims. Notary Public. "I have used Vlnol for some time Some of the girls were sorry to -- T with particularly gratifying results, sec Jim Jones, Carlisle Gooch and was run down, weak and debilitated, Letter ta Loyd Roberts go to Iowa. and my appetite was gone. After takDr. Kilmer & Ce., Wake up Buck Creek and give us ing several bottles of Vlnol I found Bimjhamatafl, N. Y. some more news about Mr. Kidd's my condition greatly Improved, and do not hesitate to recommend Vlnol dog. Will Do Prave What Swama-Re- et Craig Sims is on the sick list to anyone similarly affected." Mr. Vlnol Is not a secret nostrum, hut Far Yea. at this writing. a delicious cod liver and Iron tonle Send to Dr. Kilmer ft Co., Mr. Will Mason, of Stanford, without oil. which will create an apN. Y., for a sample bottle. spent Saturday and Sunday with petite, tone np the digestive organs, It will convince anyone. You will his brother, Tom Mason. make pure blood and create strength. Try a bottle of Vlnol with the unalso rcccivo a booklet of valuable Two of the girls of Green Bnar, information, telling all about the said the other day they were glad it derstanding that your money will bo kidneys and bladder. When writing, was leap year for they oro com returned If It does not help you. Sold by Penny's Drug Store be sure and mention the Stanford ing to Plensant Point and ct their Interior Journal. Regular 50 cent and one dollar size bottles for sale nt all drug stores. GREEN THE POWER OF GREAT KIDNEY REMEDY IS SOON REALIZED BRIER. ot m run-dow- t Bing-hamto- n, WE WANT MORE NEW CUSTOMERS -- LOW COLONIST RATES TO Designations ' in the West, North : r- - -:- - west and Southwest. VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Tickets on sale daily until April 5th 1912 WeWutTfSeUOv Ok! Cistwers Mure For further information, ask any Agent, Southern Railway or write to A. R. Ceek, E, D. Straiten, DPA St. Louis, Mo DPA Evanville, Ind J. C. BEAM, JR., AGPA, St. Louis, Mo. ..Is.ls.ls.ls.ls.ls.ls.ls.ls.lsBBBBtBkXTllsB HmmUbvbBbI Gtftk DDDDD We cany ay be ! r PJBB) - enn nsa (Tae bunting season is upon us ana nearly everyone wants to pott his place. The charge Is -- 5 cents cash with name.) Herman Birkolz. G. W. Hasty C. T. Willson, C. M. Allen, J. B. Manning L. G. Gooch. Reichenbach Bros. N. II. Plummer, Jacob Gander Fred Von Allman Mattie IL Hewes. S. U. Baughman W. P. Belden Fred Von Gruenigan, J. M. Gooch John Uerzog. Wm. and John Huffman. William Cordier. J. B. Myers. J. W. Baughman. L. P. Nunnelley, J. F. Gover, Mrs. W. G. McBee Mrs. Bettie Spoonamore. G. W, Koger, John M. Carter. J. B. Camenisch. Mrs. Mattie White Sam Castello Mrs. S. D. Hiatt, H. C. Baughman, E. V. Carson. Ifeaaer Bros. J. B. Hocktr. iitirOf POSTED Carpets Maltkfs Drifgets Ktfs Wall Paper LaceCvtaks Siuiej Piles Tmksaid Sewaf Maclwes DDDDD John Platz. Notiee. ay fans. No one allowed to hunt Fox Dvdderar. W.A.TRIBBLE,? arau, -T- w f T ij f- W - - tV l . -" THE ITAtjfrtRf INTERHR JtUB WALj ITAWFWWgWTllCICY ing been in the wrong ballot box. VotcM shall have thc same NOMINATE ON SAME DAY as in regular elections, nnd where registration is required they Om ef Prinpal Features of New registration certifirmit pve-AMuch Direct Primary Law cates. It so reghtcied, he shall bo Interest In Lincoln entitled to vole only the ballot of. thc parly with which he is registered. There, h much interest being maniIn precinct? where no registration fested in the new primary law, which is requited, electors shnll be nllowcd hns just been adopted by the legisla- to vide only the ballot of that party ture, requiring nil political parties with which they declare their affilMUST qimli-ficationt F r AMERICAN FENCE alllllllllllllllllVll MTH PARTIES kONE a. POULTRY HPI&SSi&HiiHiliNSkikiiiiii aaaaaVaaaaaaaKSfaK' sound, substantial, enduring fence, built on the clastic hinged-join- t principle the most scientific, practical and perfect fence principle known it yields to A great and sudden pressure but returns again to the original shape. Thoroughly galvanized and protected against weather. DEALERS EVERYWHERE. SEC THEM. AMERICAN STEEL ft WIRE CO. CHICAGO NEW YOHK DENVER SAN FRANCISCO There is a Great Demand for This Fence and Prices will be Higher later, so order early. Gio. H. Farris, Sili Agsnt, Stanford. l'u'siding Klder being considered big man in the church. Atla l'eck has bent word that if (Hogwillow Kcntuckinn.) there is any way at all in which he at u as-i- -t nature in bunging about The iKiatoffiie will remuiii night now until Poke Kuiley gets thc arrival of hpnng he will gladly thniuh with the tale he sturted on do so. Dock Hocks our thriving tonsor- day yesterday. ali-- t. is doing n hplendid business AmAher Magic lantern uii engagement nt the Wild now Mine he decided to cut every Onion school hoiihe Saturday night. body's hair and shave them all ev- Among the views wax a picture of eiy S.iluidiiy. If business continues to increase he will have to enlarge Xiagaru Fulls standing still. chair. Fiddling Hand went The Kicel-i- r The editor of the Tickville Tid- on another on of it celebrated serenading expeditions it few nights in.' say 1C i,ns nmde K nillIlv en- S, mid played at considerable emies nere l late Hint lie is length in front of the home of Tolie iiboul ready to go to Florida. HOGWALLOW NEWS ou e Show-playe- d bulky rake, one feed grinder, one of double harness, nearly new, and just before the ceremony was pronounced Mendelssohn's inspiring wedding march wu given by one ( niilch cow to be fresh next April, 'carrying a bunch of flowers in her hand and looking churming iu a gown made of light hpring wagon, three boxes of apple, three racks of bay. one grindstone, mou-Iiide bie, trimmed with about 100 bushels he! ie Moetcy. Tobe say a he knew what the tronhlii was ns hoou as he heard the tucket. The train into Tick die Tuesday morning wns one day late. The delay was caused by the stopping of the engineer's watch u few miles be-j- o ml the Calf Rib community. Luke Mnthewhi has been summoned to Bounding Billows to serve on n jury in the trial of n fellow that broke into the ostoffice. The officer serving the papers is getting upn Democratic jury, and the defendant will without n doubt be found no' guilty on account of the postnffice now being in the hands of the Republicans. The Mail Carrier is fooling his horse again. He placed home high wheels tm the front of his buggy and home low ones- on the back axle. This mnkes the buggy trnel down hill nil the time nnd encourage the horse. . n Sap Spradlin snys the lend i so heavy that there I ko nilich of it in smnll pieces. Rnr Harlow, our well known fiddler, ha concluded to settle down nnd will make nn endeavor to save up some money between now nnd Christmas. He will begin to economise by using only two strings on his fiddie when playing without pay". Frisby Hancock is going into the He intends to feather business. trnel around among the people of this community nnd suriounding country nnd buy feathers nt o)ie price, nnd then tnko them to Tick-vill- e. nnd sell them for more than he for them. Frisby is n shrewd financier.. Elder has sent The Presiding word that ho will soon visit tho Dog Hill chuich. Before he comes the church people will get together nnd strengthen the floor by putting nn itddilionni foundation under it, the Ih-ofrea-hfi- GET IT MIXED A Miookumchue i well known und popular young man, und has always ht00d well among society circles of l'J link-hir- e hogs, while the bridn is nn nccomplihhed nnd talented school teat her of u splendid drove of I'olniid Chinas pedigrees if desired. of spud, The brideiom "Among the beautiful presents editor, who was full of hard cider, got n hale bill were two sets of silver knives nnd and marriage mixed. says-- nn ex- - fyrks, spring harrow, onc wheelbar-chaiig- c. and other articles too The description ran as fol.A"'"i iiuineious to mention. The bridal ,m "William Smith, the only son of couple left yesterday on an extend-M- i. Terms: Twelve month's h Smith, was "d trip. and Mis. of at public tuction to time to lespousible purlies; other- ot cash. Lunch will be serv- my fuim one wi-- e i l.ucy Amler mile cast of heie, in the preseme ed U the stable. After this, Mr. nnd of 70 guests, im hiding the follow- - Mrs. Smith .will go to housekeeping Two mules, 12 head in n cory little home nt the corner nig, to wit: Kev. Jackson tied the of Mail and Dr. R. L. Cnuby of cattle. pounds tionoer. knot, 'averaging The home of this on the hoof. charming bride was tastefully deco- -' GEORGE FARRIS NOW HAPPY ruled with sewash clam spade, one go-ca- rt Jo-inAuc-niipli- nl KBall Hm B IH Farris, the Capitol policeman, furnished 'the pen villi which Uov. McCrcury signed the Ginlitim cnunty unit local option extension bill and it was handed back to him to keep as a memento of the When Capt. Geoige T. iWvverll m aLmpOI!tk4 9mvmm Motnia. la aura la&potunt is ittadr the bom tnaa thU ttinx lisbtOU iniur vurm bx inav vicar man tu clua wttbout flicker down to th tail drop, rennijrlvanl crud oil nllned to perterMoa. n Coite no more than the ONlSx-a- vea kind eavea . WORK avea Tour dealer tiae SOUTlfl OIU UKt Horn aue la barrel Toikc ty elr, Capt. Furris was about tho happiest man on eaith. He has een enlisted in the fight for county uiity fur many years and dru'uig two terms as a state Senator mado every effort to pnss anti-liqulegis lution. Senator Graham, the author of tho bill, nlso wanted u similar souvenir nnd to gratify him.Gov. took another pen traced over his signature nnd presented it to Senntor Grnhnm. Louisville Times Mc-Cie- tank-waio- MASONS' I MEETING Steflaerr at Warrea, IWa aelt the celebrate! Carb- - Auto OU. ,xv f "Na Lincoln Lodge No. CO, F. & A. M., meets in stated communication on inch first and third Monday nights of ench month, nt 7 o'clock in their hall on Main street, Stanford, Ky., Members of sister lodges fraternally invited to he present. II. C. Carpenter, Secretaiy. AH the expenses of the primary' election must be paid in the same PREVENTS DISEASE? milliner nnd by the same authority For the treatment of White Diarrhoea In chlcke ns expenses of the general election and Blackhead and other dlieatet In tnrkera are paid. Severe penalties for those cui'iv BOURMN POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL of forging nomination pnpers nre im Ota 10c bi'tle make 12 oeHoaa of medicine. posed, nnd county and State ot'fi Sold ly New Stanford Drug Co. held responsible for th tmls nic . enrj-yinout of the THE FIRST VOTE Officers of election for the primary shnK be appointed by the County terest: Hoard of Klectiou Commissioners as Young man, great responsibility candidates Party for United provided by law in the cns.j of the attaches to your first vote. As you States Senntor shall be nominated November elections. begin, so you arc likely to continue. by n preference vote in the manner The momentum that carries you into provided herein for the nomination Hecnuse he petted n pretty" White a party at the beginning of your po of other party candidates for the Leghorn hen nt the Allentown (Pa) litical life to keep you in tbnt par Slnte nt large, nt the primary elec- poultry show, A. H. Flower, a poul- ty unless is some convulsion shakes tion held next before their election. try fancier from central New York, you out of it. Start right, and in The State Flection bonrd shall issue lost his diamond stud. Flower was order that you may start right, excertificates of nomination io the much taken up with the hen nnd put amine thc principles of the parties successful candidate, nnd the Secre-tni- y her on his shoulder, when she began and the policies which they advocertify name to to peck nt a diamond in his shirt cate. of Stnle shnll the General Assembly. stud. The stone wns not very well There nre two great party organThe primnry shall he held on the fastened nnd as the little hen gave isations in the United States, ono first Saturday in August of ench a vigorous tug the sparkler loosened more than fifty years old, and the year between the bonis of fi o'clock nnd she swallowed it. Someone sug- other more than n century old. The A. M. nnd 4 o'clock P. M. gested that the hen be killed nnd the Republican party has been in power Candida to for unexpired terms stone recov creed, but Flower vetoed almost uninterruptedly for more t be filled nt th Nov ember election the suggestion, saying it vvns his own than hnlf n century nnd under its shall be nominnted at the primnry fault nnd that he had more diamonds reign abuses hnve grown up which net preceding such November elec- iinvwnv. threaten the perpetuity of the govtion; provided such vnenncy occuernment nnd endanger our civilizarred less than seventy days before tion. So great are these abuses that FRUIT AND SHADE TREES the primary election. republican reformers are now point- A political party within the meaning out that something must be done Strawberry plants, Grape Vines, ing of this act is one Unit nt the lat and what can be done? The first election in this State Asparagus, Khubarb, Hoses, Peonies, thing done, nnd the party to undo Presidential nnd Phlox. Everything for Orchard cast nt least 20 per cent of the total these abuses is not the party which vote. And such political party shall and Lawn, Gniden. Fiee Catalogue. has done them, but the party which No Agents. nominate nil of its candidates for hns protested ngainst these abuses H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, elective offices to be voted for at the and pointed out remedies. Lexington, Ky. next succeeding general election at The republican party has turned the primary election herein provided the taxing power over to private inB0WEN for nnd not otherwise. This doe- dividuals; it hns allowed monopolies not apply where nominations have to grow, up and assume control of been made before the passage Lots of people in this section are the industries of the country by of this net. crying out about the senility of granting privileges by law and giving No candidate must use any word, feed. If people i'l just notice the immunity to the large violators of device, or figure which belongs to pikes they enn give account of the the law; the republican party has any political party. feed. If people will just turn their permitted the fortunes of the predaEvery candidate for office under tobacco ciops to corn crops there tory rich to become large that govthis act must file with the County will be lots of feed. ernment is corrupted, policies de Clerk or the Secretory of Stnte n peFriends write back from Illinois bauched, und business polluted. tition stating his name. age. postof-fie- c that the snow out there is six fee The Democratic party proposes to address, political affiliations :eep in places. withdiiiw the taxing power from and nil other legal qualifications, We are glad to say Statou Bros., private hands, to so legislate as to nnd must pledge himself not to with have put their saw mill back in make a private monopoly impossible draw if nominated, nnd tbnt if elect- Lowen sgam. and to enforce tha law without dised lie will qualify. Sir. Arthur Staton is visiting her crimination. It proposes to protect Accompanying the application of sister and mother, in Liberty. Sirs. legitimate wealth and punish those the candidate there must be tiled n Teylor. who ntempted to plunder the public nominating paper signed by nt least 3frs. George Staton, who has been for private gain. On which side do 3 per cent, nnd by not more than 10 visiting relatives in Liberty have you stand, young man 7 Are you per cent of the total vote of the par- now returned home. with the masses in their efforts to ty of the candidate in the city, counMrs. Mary Johnson, who hns been restore the government to its founty or district in which he seeks to visitius; in Junction City, has returndation and make it a government of bo elected. Wheie n candidate is ed home. ths people, for the people nnd by the running in a district comprising more . T. McGirr boiishl a mule from people, or are you with the republithan one county nnd less than the George McCoun. can lendeis in their effort to per entire tnte, he must get the signaMrs. Steve Itussell visited her petuate the party in power by selling tures of at least 2 per cent of his mother Mrs. Tilfoid Messer, Inst immunity in return for campaign party vole in one-haof the coun- week. contributions? Jim Adams, of Morelnnd has movties in such district. There niv always two parties in The basis of percentage in estima- ed to How en. the country, nnd one is necessarily ting the number of signatures Miss Cellie Huchnnnn is visiting neaier to the people thnn the other. upon nominating papers shall her sister near Iturgin. In this country the Democratic party-i- s Miss Susie Lucas, of Brumfield be the highest vote of any enndidate nearer to the people than the Re of the pnity for elector nt the last has been visiting her biother Ernest publican party. Its leaders have Lucas. Presidential election. more faith in the people and are A!1 nomination papers must be at Pat Dnugherty has retained home more anxious to keep the government all times subjected to inspection by fiom High Bridge. under the contiol of the people. Take candidates nnd by the county Attorthe election of United States seni ney, the Commonwealth's Attorney nturs by the people as a test. The mid Hie Attorney General. Democruts want to give to the voters Not iess than thirty days before a chance to elect and to control their the primary election the Cecretary representatives in the United States of State must certify to the bounty senate. The Democratic party in the ilerk, names, addresses and party house of lepresentatives passed the affiliations of all candidates. first lesolution for the surabission The secretary of State shall cerof the necessary constitutional tify the names of, candidates ftir ThrMt twt Tw. amendments. Thev did this eiirht tute offices in alphabetical order, j years before any republican congress sHHIs. RestWMl by said list to he changed by placing it. The Democratic party hus Penma. the fust nniue Inst, nnd so continu Idid demanded this reform in its ing tin on cliont the Congressional Ur.fr. H. p(.tfnn. Tha Republican t Houilejr, districts. party hns not done so. Why do areeartlle, The order of names of candidates Democratic leaders' insist upon this Tenneaaee, for all other offices shall bo deter writes: reform and Republican leaders opmined by lot at a public drawing to pose itt Theie can lie but one answer "FlYejreara be held in the Recietnry of State's ago I took a the Democratic party is nearer to days before the very aevera office thirty-eigthe people than the Republican party primary election, candidates for lo- cold which Young man, will you stand up with" cal offices to be drawn by the coun- resulted la the people or against themf la grlpaa. X ty cleik 'JS days before the inimnry The answer of this question never Not less than twenty days before ab bad off. your country. If you nre with I tho county cleik shall publish under waa la bed the people your influence, be it great the proper party designation and title or small will hasten their vie to Hie mimes ot all prrsouA certified to week, and But while in the first instance it is when I did him by the Secretary of State, your country that may guiu or lose There shall be a separate ballot tet up I had by your action, you must remember (lint in the long tun your own posifor each political party subject to tanallftla and a Mr. W. H. Hainley. the act, with tho same emblem used threat r tion in politics will depend upon your at the last piecediug tegular elec1 tried to cure thla for eighteen conduct. You enn not fool the peo-pi- e tion. Each candidate's name shall montha. but It gradually got worse. A nlwuvs. You may lead them have a square opposite, so that the doctor advlaed me to have my tonsils ustrny if you dare, but they will pun- l dId not Uk9 tha Wea- - Wl m wlle Hwy voter can murk it with it stencil. aut .?Ut out. You told Seimintn ballot boxes shall be sup Another dactor examined .,..'- and ..... nuiJ wrk tor the people without o,. un. i.i.. t n. plied for ench pnity, mid the ballots ,Iu',r it nt fi.td. but you tie of Peruna. I cast shall be placed in the appropri- one bottle my and after had takenI 'n" ,vu'"' t,lem 0 discover the throat waa better. ate party boxes, but a ballot shall ur work nnd to rewind and used a doaen bottles, and u''f,i" if not be disqualified bv reason of hav aaw I waa going to get welt, and I did " '' C nl la-v" to nominate their candidate for office nt tho samp primary. As there will be a primary held in this Circuit Court district next August to nominntc candidates for Commonwealth's Attorney; nnd one in the magisterial district to Stnnfunl nominntc candidates for magistrate and as the nomination of both politi-cparties for the county election next year, will be made by this method, the following snlicnt features of the new primary law will be of in- iation. i MHIIIION CURE down the throat ol a arapfnr chicken, detlrore the worme and (area Ihechick'e life A row droptla the drlnklor water euree and BAD CASE OF GRIP CtM4 ft ht wi nf-fec- ts tevtral f''l " char-boug- ht ' vl V "T- 7" ttbvji I 'Avt , 'W-B-- w.f . ,irr r n ffr'-f- l 1 I THE STANriR9 INTERU JtURNAL, tTAWrtHKtHTttCKY. ONE WEEK ONLY R. M. Arnold, THE FARMERS Special unheard of prices on Goodyear Wing 7-- 8 Rubber Tires, $12.00 per set. Also special prices on Firestone & Kelly Tires for this week. Buggies ever shown in Danville, also a nice line We can show you the largest line of hand-mad- e of Surries, Phaetons and Road Wagons. We have about 75 jobs on our floor at present -:- March 1 8 POULTRY COLUMN Danville, Ky. Ivi we rat I YOU WILL m HAVE A FIT and it will not be a crazy fit if you will let us measure you for a new suit. new suit will please you in every detail and if it does not then you are under no obligations. U m tit Top hogs were $7.10 at Cincinnati Thutsdny. L. C. King sold to J. S. Hooker n nice walking horse Monday for $170. Car-lea- d of Cotton Seed Meal just received. J. H. iauahman L Co. of Pure Reliable Breeders Bred Poultry Card of Five 41 O Lines $1 .& 2lniSUnnnnnnnnnnnnnM9Ltr We will guarantee that your 8 m m 1000 new patterns to select from and we will have them made according to your own original ideas. You will find our prices pleasant surprise to you. 1 ia I a Order it now and have it ready for Easter. i ncies of lund to sell; ran cut the land .to suit purchaser; this is splendid farming land and n bargain Write to Hox 100, Stanford 'J2-t- f. Five work mares for sale. II. C. Baughman. Stanford. -- ltf J.D. Eads and Sons want 100.000 pounds wool. See them before you 148-- 8 sell. Car-loa- d of Northern White Seed Oats just in. J. H. Baughman L Company. jack I will htaml a at my farm on the l'renchersville and Stanford pike. He gets good colts and is a sure breeder and will stand at $8.00. II. C. Anderson For Salt. Cow and young, calf; nlso good family horse, work anywhere; a bargain of sold at once. S. 22-- 2 T. Butler, MeKinncy, Ky. Let the Interior Journal print your horse and jack cards. Neat work done promptly at rock bottom prices For Sale. Four or five extra good work mares. Jas II. Woods. 2'1't ld 22-C- p. misfortuneS?Lc l "KW aT i YA el J .eaasaw .WflHaV wfd? EjH lir9NiaMaJLssssssssssssssV .itjtr.. MFJ? ? trap-neste- 'MB LWBMaW3TiF 1 U 11 I 1 H JnWSBBBBBBBT- l- "" eMuT mk sbw BJU 1 1 lsaiKrLllBa?nwjp S. C. Crystal White Leghorns d hens with reFrom cords of over 200 eggs a year. The strain that lays is the 8 train that pays. Eggs from No.. 1 pen $2.50 per 15 eggs, other pens $1.50 per 15 $7.00 per 100. Get in the laying Lock Box Order today. class. 566. A. C. Alterd, Stanford, Ky Agent for Tulane incubators guarCall at anteed not to overheat. house and see sample. S. C. IUFF ORPINGTONS. The laying strain that fills the egg basket fn zero weather; early maturing big boned fryers. Setting eggs house delivery $.100 per 15; shipping eggs $1.50 per 15. Mrs. A. C. Alfard, Stanford, Ky. RUNNER DUCKS Eggs for sale $1 per setting of 12 or $3 for 45. All orders receive prompt attention. Wolford N. Lov-el- l, R. F. D. No. 1. Box 80. Stanford INDIAN naskaaetf ?"-"" -S- eSsssB J aBBBBBF SVLLaBBBBBBBBBBBBsf .eassmPJsBVJBBT'sW I omomow may come Insure against that calamity today You can get all particulars about fire, hail, life, live stock or burglary insurance at thi bank. Come in today and talk over that iniurancc you have b;cn thinking about. 10-- 3. J i CUMMINS r & WEAKEN i 411 Stanford, - Kentucky. J V ' r. .11 ine nome oi aal i- -r -- iioa wool m. Clothes. - I will stand my grand horse Pres ton 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 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. T. W. Jones and Company bought a bunch of fat 1,200 pound cuttle from W. T. Tucker the latter part of this week, paying him $6 a hundred for them. They will probably be shipped cast. Mr. Jones shipped n car load of hogs to. Cincinnati this week, most of which had been bought here confrt Hay nt prices ringing from 4 to 5 2 cents n pound. three-year-old 1-- STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profits $4,098.94 ' Deposits $75,481.90. W. L. McCarty Pre.. M. B. Satin, Cashier. Ky. UFF ORPINGTONS I am getting 21 dozen eggs a week from 80 hens. Setting of 15 for $1. C. C. Withers, R. F. D. No. 2, Stan-forKy., Phone 143-( d, SPRING SUITINGS! OF ELEGANT LINE WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN SPRING SUITINGS IN NEWEST PATTERNS, LATEST STYLES AND ALL COLORS. : Of Personal Property administrator of the estate of IssVsVsVbbbbbP Anderson Cnrr, deucensed. I will ofe fer at public sale on "''BrererererererererererererereP'rJBVasBBBBBBBBBnnnnnn? Saturday, March 30, 1912, nt 1 o'clock P. M., nt Nunnelley's Stock Yard, Stanford Kentucky. 2 The following property giny work mares 1 mule, 0 head of luff OrriUns hoirs 4 calves, 2C goats, 1 buggy, 2 I English Salmon Faverolles, eggs 1 No. 1. double barrel shotwnoti. $2 per 15; $5 per 50; Indian Runner PLENTY OF LUMIER ON HAND 1 fine bird dog, gun, o iistoU. Ducks that lay the pearl white egga 8ee as before you sell, get price (hitch) fanning implements, tools, 'SI per 13; $3.50 per 50; $0 per 100. harness etc. for all purposes. So If oa want to la coaBtry or. oalraree. 'My stock came from the Blue RibAlso one cooking range, household bon winners of this country. Make build a house, a bars, a chicken coop, a dog: boast or a fence, eotaa r.nd kitchen furniture, stove, fix 'your start with the best blood. here for the atatarials. We bare tures, show cases and other article glad to show my birds to any all sorts and sixes ia both roijth loo numerous to mention. jone interested. Mrs. San EMtry, Jr. aad finished loatber and if we csn-aTerms. All sums of $10 or under Stanford, Kentucky. suit you ia kind, quantity, qualcash in hand. Sums over $10 a ity and price, nobedr can. credit ot siity days note with ap- CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS. PHONE 153. J. A. ALLEN. ttanfera. Ky. proved security, payable at the LinThe big winter layers. From Kel- coln Countv National Bunk. Stan lerstrass $30.00 mating; eggs from ford, Ky. 1st pen 2; frcia 2nd pen $1.50 A. T. NUNNKLLEY, Administrator. 15. S. C. Rhode Island Reds TompEggs $1.50 per 15. kins strain. Indian Runner Ducks that lay the white eggs $1 per 11 eggs. I hayc spared neither means nor time in belecting this stock. They are from If yoo are eufhrlna; from Ejm. 1 kind or rwluu drop any othtr eto.n of kin prize winning Hod heavy laying for Into our trouble, strains. Satisfaction guaranteed. relief. We wUI auerwuee- xou A. C. HW, Stanford, Ky. R. Kit. account of the late) Spring you to etop that Itch In two SMMS- It On will lSVj A lie trlt bottle We bsva sold other remediee for will probably be forced tebuy am none kin troubles, but hlshljr thet we ooutd WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. than the wiill recommend more extra plow and rig up an extra compound of Oil of $1.00 for 15, also Indian Runner known In. and a few other ttaant. REMEMBER tbat w can Duck evRs $1.00 for 12. Mrs. L. P. iredle..;. that have wrought eueh wonfurnish you THE OLIVER PLOW derful eurea all over the eountry. u. NunneHey, Lancaster, Ky., R. R. No. Thli compound, knows aa the .and that our stock of Cottar, HarPreecrlPtlon. will cool and heal else 2. Phone Stanford Exchange 108 A. Itchy, burnlna akin as nothlns oa regular bottle and ee ness, Bridles and Breeching is can. Oet a oSer, our CONCRETING greater than ever, as we have giv-e- a We are in position to do all kinds Mars 4 Taww. Druaaltts. this line our special attention. of concreting, such as Block Work, Pavements, and in fact, we can make anything from a house down to a r SURETY BONDS fence post. Call and get our prices befdjre you buy your material at RM.1WWTJL1ID least. TAMPON. KY. ' PHILLIPS IR0S., Stanford, Ky. 'W CM' aT We Pay BV flnBsHbflelBBBBBW ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE Highest Market A Prices For Prices 15c, 25c, 50c, and $1 Yd WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION. ALSO IIC LINE OF WE HANDLE ONLY CANVAS AT RIGHT PRICES. GOODS OF QUALITY AND GUARANTEE PRICES. TO-AC- Furs. All kinds of Produce, Hides and to-w- it: Layers-Payors-S.- C. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. ot H. B. Nwthcott . T. K. Tudor. Mr. pr FARMERS, ATTENTION MIHMNST ! SIWSTUTITCI Use Baughman's Flour and Meal NONE BETTER Ortsr a sack frsm yaw traaar today, ana we'll imarantea that yw wiN fce ptawa". We're making a great flew this sea-sthe fmeet fer Msenlts aaa Hfht bread yeu ever saw. --- Flour nt m, , no-p- ar W. E. PERKINS PSeeV riKB INSURANCE J. H. Baughman & Co, Crab Orchard, Ky. STANFORD, KY. yn