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The Stanford interior journal: March 19, 1912 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912031901_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: March 19, 1912 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f The Stanford Interior VOL. XXXIX GARRARD VO. 23. LOVE .s i) STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, AT FIRST SIGHT TO OPEN UP A NEW CLOTHING I KEN'TUCKV. TTKSDAY, MAIICH 11), J012 Journal Tl CHEST CRUSHED IN KHUAY.s .. '- AND FRIDAYS. YOUNG MAN PRISON COMMISSIONERS McCARTY'S STAND SOFT DRINK GUTTED BY FIRE PAY HIGH TRIBUTE TO THE,R DEPARTING CHIEF Lincoln County Youna Man Sus - ! Culminates In Wedding of Mil's Nan-nl- e tain Injury on Railway. Smith and Arthur Webber United Clothing Stores To Open Up Because Senator Hubble Would Not Prompt Work of Fire Laddies All Employes of Local Telephone Office-Tel- l For Breach of Suit For $35,000 i mat savea two Adjoining vote to Keep mem in uiticc In Stanford at Popular Corner ot Splendid Work Done 11. 0. Goochro Promise and Betrayal Charge the East End, reHouses A Heavy Blow It is Charged. rase of love nt An Within Few Days. turned home last week, from n low. Here By H. C. Wray. Against Embry MeWhorter fit ft bight, was happily culminated The explosion of tho gas cencrn- - ital in Lexington, where lie hiuli News was received here this week here last Friday when Miss Nannie So true is Hint old saying you Kmliry MeWhorter, u member of a Messrs. F.. II. N.irmnn, of St. from Frankfort that dipt. Robert tor of the gasoline lighting system uecn uiiiier treatment lor scv'ernl Smith, of thin county uud Arthur weeks as n result of a rnther serinever miss the water 'til the well R. Gentry, of Lincoln county, has in the soft drink stand of J. M. prominent Cliirrunl county family of Webber, Louis, and Luther Viviou, of it of Clark Cottnty, Indiana discharged its n guard nt the Carty's on Depot street, set firo to ous accident ho sustained while runs dr. Writing in n general way were in Stanford last Fritho I'nint Lick seetion, was taken were married by Rev. J. II. Jones, he hns the wilding about tl o'clock Saturday working on an L. & N.. crow nlmvn to cover us much through hore lull last week, by ofol tho subject as Hnptist chinch. The day making preparations for the op- Frankfort penitentiary, where Oklahoma pastor of the been on the warden's staff for many night, ami before the flames could Jackson. Mr, Gooch was coupling ficers who arrested him in young people had never seen each ening of the new clothing and gents' n crano to a car of coul, when in possible, with a small amount of to face n damage suit for ..'1.",000 other before last Sunday week, just furnishing goods store which will be jears. Capt. Gentry's bend "came be extinguished, the entire building for brooch of promise brought five days before their marriage. ciiablished in Stanford in the Ilock-e- r off it is said, because Senator It. L. had been gutted and the entire stock some manner, the coupling slipped, space ut our disposal, we tho emnguinst liim in tbu (Inrruril circuit They met in Louisville, wher,. the stoicrooiu at the corner of Main Hubble, of this county, refused to of goods destroyed. Rut for tho and he was pinned in between them. ployes of the East Tennessee Teleand Lancaster streets. Shipping in vote to retnin Eli,H. Drown and Ifnr. hard work of the volunteer firemen His chest was severely mashed in, phone Company take this method in Lancaster ngainst him by court nt bride was on a visit to friends. Their U seems a miracle that the life on the Hoard of , the Gentry milliner' store next door, and Miss Mntloll Iviii. also h member courtship was a tpiielc one. nml they of n large stock of goods will begin vey McCiitchen cssing to the public our sentithis week, and formal announcement Prison Commissioners, when the new (owned by the wife of George V. was not crushed out of him. He ments in regards to our over fuith- prominent Garrard fnmily. At of ii back here Friday nml were came wns released in uu unconscious con. the same time, he iiiiint face an in- made one. The bride is the attrac- of the opcuini; of the big store w'' prison bonrd bill recently cijme up,Oentry, the colored revenue man, nml the soft drink stand of J. W. tlition und tnkcii immediately lo (ho ful mnnuger, II. C. Wra. No man. dictment ohnrging betrnynl brought tive daughter of Ham Smith, of be made in Friday's issue of the I. J. in the senate. Mr. T. I). Raney, one of the best Senator Hubble was a strong ntMAcoy, just above it, would have been hospital at Lexington for' medical in the state of Kentucky has built ngninst him, by the present session Rowland section, while the groom is I lie grand jury, so Acting Com- n popular young Hoosier farmer. known salesmen in this section of ministration man, nml would not id destroyed. As it was the inillincrv attention. Although sufficiently re- it greater reputation nor one based i monwealth's Attorney J. S. Owsley Roth luiVvj good wishes for happi- the stale, has been appointed local low the present prison commission' slor,. vns slightly damaged, but it covered to leave the hospital, ho is upon u more solid foumlutiuu than manager of the big store, which will ers to control him, so that they get was amply protected in the Henry still very sore about thL. chest, and bus our manager, Mr. Wray. reported here Sunday. visit here, they will be tumble to rodirn to work for be oe among n chain of stores their revenge by dismissing Cnpt. ''ny Fire Insurance Comp.iny, ro created tpiile n ness. After n shott The- - nffnir hu will probnhly go to Indiana to make Mi. Wruy was born in Lincoln some time. He is visit im. rein tit-npresented by R. M. where operated by the Tinted Clothing Gentry, who had originally been bete. in Garrard rtiunty, oiiiitv this state, uud became in their home. nround Crab Orchard until I,,. Mr. McCnrly made heroic efforts io his place by Senator Hub-bio- 's Stores Company, with headquarters oth of the piuties nre so welt terested in tho telephone business to stop (he blac. when the generator n complete recovery. in St. Louis. influence. Ily their method of kunwu nml prominent, nml a very COLORED JURY at uu early age. lie took the operation and mnungeiuent, the sys Capt. Gentry has made n splendid first exploded and binned up sever-a- l Irani 'fought legal batllu is expected of the first exchange in overcoats in fighting the fire. All INSPECT LOUISVILLE SCHOOLS tem of stores is enabled to buv good. record as guard, at Frankfort, it is in both eases. MeWhorter has been Stanford some i4 years ago, which Young Colored in guat volume, it is stnted,' mid is said, ami his fiieuds will make n who were in the place at the time, nway from Garrard fur some weeks, Holds Inquest Over Delegation of Local Teachers Also was then an iiifunt business, and in Girl Drowned In Spring. jthus enabled to sell to the Customer strong effort to have him renppoint. sought safety in flight when they and it is said Hint the officers hud it short space of time so thoroughly See Shakespearean Plays. snvv the size of the blaze except Mr. jat a figure not ordinarily found in ed when Gov. McCrenry names the difficulty in locating him, but a grasped the merits of the proposi new Prison Hoard in June, when the McCnrly, and Jailor Dink Fanner, from Richmond finally foun'l Probably the first time a colored most stoics, The teachers of tho Stnnfr,i fit.. tion and so well handled Ins little Mr. Mocker has had his storeroom new law goes into effect. Under the who happened to bo thoie nt the time liim in Oklahoma. jury has been empauneled in Lincoln Schools filled with a desire to keep district that now receives in return and did what he could to keep tho new law, the guards enn only be retcuovutcil and d completely at least in many, many years, ior. his eurllebt. and J?11""1 bWUce fixtures installed, and the moved feu cause, mid lire lint sub- (huncs from spending, but without abreast of nil educational process ql"te MASS MEETING Sunday afternoon, when Cor" I',"m1.no"' Mr ,Ura'. visited the schools of Louisville" last nvnil. It took some little time to oner George 1. Ilright had a jury high ipiality stock which the man ject In the whim of some politician. ,,M! Friday to see methods of i.ntructioi. t0, ' Called By Preachers of City To Dis- of negroes, hold an inquest over the! agement proposes to install, this Six other guards nt the penitentiary get the ho-- e playing on tho flnmc, system of work nml to t... bu,h lor himself nd his company, hut n powerful pressure wns given ) promises to b0 one of the nicest os- were discharged at the snme time as cuss Soft Drink Licenses. bodv of llessie Thurmond, a young once it was put to working nnd the the betterment of the local school. and has popularized the service in coloicd woman, who is believed to I tnb!ishineti(s of the kind in this pait Capt. Gentrv. oxeliange .Ho Iius literally hlne wns held to the one building. All but two of the regular teaching his up from the ranks und owes work- g The iKibtur of the diffreent have fallen in a spring on the old of the state. notU-iued force went on the trip. In t!. Mr. McCnrty's Io. is almost com. WHO'S HE TALKING ABOUT? churches of the city have called u I'enk farm in the West Knd and to tavoritism or influence. He is ty were: Supt. J. W. Ireland. Prof. plcte. Re carried $750 insurance CRAB ORCHARD. tuusa meeting to be held at the court drowned Sattinliiy. The jury return0. E. Kemper, Miss Claudia Eaton. u believer in the widest publicity Mt. Vernon Editor Doesn't Like Be- with companies represented by J. D. house oil Wedtiebdity evening, ilurch ed ii verdict in nceordalice wit the 8th grade, Mis .Margaret Hopper, uud the ideal to which he has al Weareii, which lie says will not neartith, to furnish uu opportunity lor facts brought out. Coroner Ilright ing Put in Eleventh ways worked, is perfect service. The olficiuls of the L. & N., Railly cover his Iose, so thnt the blow till grade. Miss Martha Homm- -l nil. the iHiuple to express themselves on summoned the jury because there road company came tluough our rtuiuruuy, in mis worm oi impergrade, Miss Jennie NWInn.i i...i is n particularly heavy one to him. the elfort which is being made to were no white men living in the im tltitl'iiii. littli niti 'I'littrwil. mitl Kditor Albright of the Mt. Vcrnrtn Mrs. If. r. Pi,iii:,' n,i fect neonle. he will never attaiu his The building he occupied is owned grade, extend the licenses for tho boft drink mediate yicnage and ho found a ideal, but, at least, he does all that u, MUuA wc, cnbcd m th(. Signal, has this hot shot upon Rock- by the of the late R. G. .Tones grade, and Miss Annie MeKiimey. any man could Mauds in Stanford, after the now inimber householders who . do in tnat direction, castle county, being pufc into, the and nbout $300 insurance 1st prndc nnd primary. he 3 bu decidwns carluw goes i" effect. This was were well .p.abf.ed to act ... the .case mnivd Eleventh Congressional district : A large number o'f (own people and no employe of his office is alm b " mr r ried on it. It is not a total loss, ed upoii lit the Tegular Monday I he Ihunnoud vvotnnii is said to . ... ... . "It enme nt last. Roekentle was however. went also in order to see the Shakes- lowed to bo other than absolutely i " ,',, meeting of the ministers of tho city. have boouNi sufferer from fits and, .Mr. pearean plays by Sothern and Mar- courteous and from his teachings,, . .Matthew ! enrol, formerly of kicked into the Eleventh am that ' ' They uny that all parties, races, in we find that courtesy pays big divi' siinng wine having a lit. .Stanford, but now operator of '.,. is nil there is to it. We nre t lies'? this Just lemoiiibor thnt J. D. Wenron, lowe on Friday night and Saturday. dends. Jt never makes nny ds,ess-ment- s, fccxes and deeds are invited to be I Among (hose who enjoved (he trip place, is getting very popular with nnd there is no ue to cry over the Insurance Mnn. of Stanfoid, MRS. LILLARD DEAD. present and participate in the disbut will shove u lot of rough (the fair sex of this city. Going to "spilt milk''. We did not want to keeps you protected both day and were Iw. J. H. Px(on. nnd dniigh-o- r cussion. go nnd it is very doubtful whether I parties Jenn, Mrs--. If. j. MeRobert. locks out of your pathway ami dull is bis hobby. night, m bis splendid companies. Regarding the discussion of the Wife of Boyle County Stockman, Miss Mattie Pnxton, Miss Belle the sting of many u sharp word. It Mr. Thomas Hutt will move into we will ever become very well satis- Hotter see him now. ily licenses for the soft drink will not bow your shouldeis with fied in our new location, but we Denny, Mrs. Will Givens, Mrs. WalIbis handsome dwelling just complet- Succumbs tl Pneumonia Y. S. .stands, County Attorney ler S. Deiihnm and Mrs. Bessie H,ir. weight, nor cause you to miss any led on Rurch street the first of next shall try to make the best of it. JUDGE KILLED ON BENCH Jturch bus given the opinion that u trains, it is the soft answer that We hnvp one consolation and that i din. Of the school pupils Many friends were grieved the fol- s 'ity license to bell nleholie drinks, af- - last week locallearn of the death Fri-- I week, Clde Morgan is learning whenever we meet nn Eleventh disiug went: Harris Coleman, Wil- will turn away wrath and many to Mr. Jer the new state goes into effect, ou siifering the trict democrat, we know ho is tine Band of Desperadoes Shoot All liam McCartv. Tlumms r.,i.. , times prevent day at Danville of Mrs. Mary Rurke telegraphy at the depot and we Court Officers to Death. , wilt be invalid, and lie say that if humiliation of having your ''block Joan Puxton. also Misses ni-- . wife of '. II. Lilian!, tho diet a bright luture lor this young blue, n democrat from principle and Jlieie - any effort to tell after the knocked off," and will keep down a that his vott. is not for sale. That nnd North from Ilustonville. well known cattle mini. She hfld hern man. tnte law becomes effective, jic will ill Hillsville. Vu.. March 14. Rising lot of dust in your highway uud is more than can bo said of some of pneumonia only a sohrt lime, j Jr. Mack fisher, of Stanford jiroecute under the state law. from their seats just as n verdict of cause the neighbors to cast (heir DR. R. L. WILLIS bhe was 40 years of age and was btill hangs around onr little city on scoundrels who call themselves law had beo'i voles for you. pronounced niakeis nnd took an active part in "guilty" born in Iloyle county. Sh0 is stir-- j Sundays. Perhaps one of the young DUDDERARS MILL against their loador, twenty mem- Succeeds Dr. Dick as Head of Keeley in It does not make niiv differeuce vivcil o.v a uitsliaml. two soils, .lleil ladies is driving liim to this. No hnving Rockcastle put out." which unule Mi. Wruv is iudzed bers of the notorious "Allen gang" faAt Crab Orchard name mentioned. And Farm Sold By U. S. Traylor to aged 1'J and William aged f, 4ier he is one among (he best. The busi of Cm roll county last Thursday PAINT LICK ther, Dr. V. It. ltnrke. five brothers Miss 1'cail Collier went to LouisGeorge U. Boone. ness entrusted to him has been serv. poured n fusillade of rifle and re- Y. It. Iluike, dr.. of I'lestoiibnrg. Announcement has ville Thursday to visit her brother Tho marriage of Lubnu Kirk and Ivolver- - shofs at the couijt in the by the management just been made ed with fidelity and has prospered. II. Ilurke. of Lexington. Rob. of that city. Miss Mollie MeWhorter was u sur- Hillsville, v a., courthouse, of the famous In his personal relations he is oue Cine S. Tra.vlor Inst week sold tho Ky., T. killing I to vie. Ililrdiu of Crab Orchard Springs that Dr. R. L. I'm!. G. R. Kvejctt, was in Louis, prise to their many friends. Jludderar's Mill property and furui ert and Collins of of the most Kindly of men. He has Jud'.'P Thornton L. Massie, William Mrs. ville the latter part of the week on M. K. Ross and Luther Fish have Foster, the Commonwealth's Attor- Willis, recently head of the Eastern an iirmv of friends, measured, it of 100 acres which goes with it to Ilir.ninuhaiii, Ala., four Asylum F. t Lexington, has been ap. Millspaugh, Iliriuingham, Ala., a vacation. gone to Hot Springs, Arkansas, ney: Sheriff L. F. Webb, James George I'. ilooiie, who will oK.'ratt may be said, by his acquaintances. pointed ns head "if the Keeley InstiL. Sanders and for a much needed rest. Mr. and Mrs. the null this season. Mr. Tra.vlor Mr. KolK'i't Harris, Atlanta, On., As a citizen he sets uu example of Douglas mid J. II. Rhinkeiiship, tute department at the Joe McCoiniuck hail a valuable jurors. I)r L'ood citizenship. taught this nice pierty from the Mrs. A. G. Miilit.iiii. and Miss Nel-l- i- Miss Kate Melviu autocd to II.. stands for Willis succeed Dr. E. G. Dick, who 'good r.'irke of, Dallas, milch cow to get hint by un L. & N. V. II. Tra.vlor, Suiida.v. estate of the late morals, for honest public ser The Aliens, including the prisoner for over '20 years, hns been associatMrs. Lilian! was a consistent Mr. Hubert Collier and Mr. Isaac passenger train. and had intended opciuliii th mill vice, tor justice us between man and and their friends, after tho killing ed with the Keeley. nnd who has re- man. Commencing busiues, life W. T. King of Lowell, has sold hi11 uid fuuu himself as lie is a prac- meiiiber of the Christian church, nil V. Callin drove to Preacher-viH- e of the .sheriff, hacked slowly out ot signed to in ot tlio Woman s ;yumv to ,lttcml Sundav school take charge of n farm of V22 acres to a Mr. Cluik of the courthouse, holding all would-b- e tical man al both cuds of the game. cllimisiasii,. this mniiucr. he has woiked out re ( Iiristian in Louisville, it is understood. sult., lemperauee ruiou, ami Mrs. J. 11. Collier who has been Clay county, for He saw a chance to uiale a nic,. lit1,000; possesthat to both a physical aiid ptirsiieis in check at the point of Dr. Willi, is n brother of Mimn.r... mental L'ianl reflect credit on him tle protu on the deal, and sold to Mr taught a large class in the Sunday visiting hev son in Ioiiisville, re- sion given at once. revolvers. Once outside, they made Jos. Willi, school. of the Springs, nnd has self, und the great corporation of The Fanners' Cnion have opened a a dash for the mountains on horseItooiie, who h.is been on the lookturned Wednesday. Mr. J. J. Tateni is in Louisville general merchandise store at Lowell, back. A posse of citizens soon was a splendid lepiitation in his profes. wlueli be is an employe. out for a nice little place like this CAN YOU ASK MORE? the rival town of Paint Lick und in pursuit, nnd reports soon reach- sion. on business. In addition to his nromiuence in for the past few weeks. The price Harris and family, Houston has Speed Letlford as general man- ed here that Floyd Allen bad. been not made public but it is under-s(o.- ,l was J. S. the telephone field, he takes a great GREEN BRIER the Asking. Wilson and family and R. M. Gray- ager and Miss Hottio Spratt as iloil Mr. Tiavlor cleaned up Your Money Back f part in public attuiis. tie is popusirioiisy wounded in a sort of pitch ."i00 profit on the transaction. clerk. The farmers, on' ac- ed battle which was fouglit. .with the son left WVdiiesdny for Oakdale, Chnrlie Privett has returned bom.. lar in both the business and social You Promise Nothing Washington. We regret very much count of the cost of high living, posse. from Bioomington, Ind. world uud his pleasant personality DANVJLLE INDICTED Miss Lnura Privett is still on the has won him a wi'de circle ot. friends tnet iieople up, but wish have decided to organize against We ate so confident that we can I" " The village was thrown into n fer- (rusts nnd buy direct from the pro- moiit. The wiping out of the law sick list. We regret to suy that Mr. Wray furnish relief for indigestion und 'hern every success in their ducer. Far Restricting Playgrwd of Little Miss Stella Wall has been visit- the genial telephone manager, has we promise to sup- - home. thnt officers left nf fairs in the hands Miss Ida Hurt has opened her of untrained citizens, but nearly ev- ing her aunt, Mrs. A. J. Dunlap, at left us: in other words, was liromot- Mi piy the medicine free of all cost to Fish of Garrard County. Anna, Warren, of Stanford, Jed to a better position which demon one who uses it according to who has been visiting her sistr, spring school with about 1!0 pupils. ery man in this section of the conn- - i Pleasant Point. every I). W. Terrill, of the boom town ty joined in the hunt. I Miss Daisy Sims snent The little fishes of Garrard coun- directions who is not perfectly satis- - Mr. (.'. F. Gan.ett, returned hnm Y1iip,. sinueti ins auiiiiy us a goon telephone man. While we regrefvery ty must have an unrestricted play- lied with the results. We exact no Sunday accompanied by her father, of Jenkins, Kentucky has been Hie. nroiners una tueir lrieuus day with Miss Cluster Padgett. .Mr. Cross will move to Mr. H. II. much to lose him, there is u rejoic- ground, whether the good people of promises nnd put no one under ny I Mrs. J. D. Catliu who has 'been visiting friends here ami was in Lan- must have been well nmied. for it ing compensation in the knowledge Danville get any water to drink or obligation whntevor. Surely notii- - visiting her parents at Hrumfield caster to see his brother and best seemed to spectators who escaped j Padgett's place soon. U, coustruc-Jtio- u girl. r.ut. At !s.M,t this Mr. nnd Mrs. Armstrong Todd that he has betteretUhimself. We nre local- - returned home Sunday, imj could be fnirer. from tint bloody coirt room that Woods Walker ami mother my the fullv one hundred shots were fired, i and Floyd Sims have been risitinir Mrs. Ealy. Chief Geo. . many are putting upon an Noah Vanhook nud- - Roscf.o Rog-oed right here where you live, and Rurdcittec, Lineman; Kate Waters, brought in by the present ho sufficient ors the latter better known us "Hee Inrgest producers of tobacto in Gar. In tin tirst tusillade several jurors til Glm-i- l Iilirl'. reputniion should They delivered six had been wounded. Illaiikeiiship Charlie Privett and sister Rosetla Toll Operator: Annie Cabbell. Nisrht of the. Garravd grand jury, nssuriince of the genuineness of our Lick", ihade a flying trip to Broil-Offo- r. mid county.-Chief; Georgia Cabbell, Relief Oper- which returned a true bill against head and Stanford Inst week. Dnr- - wagon loads to the Richmond mar...... lll., t Sheriff Webb, whipping out spen( Sunday Willi tllAIM .l.kllwtll the city of Danville, for unnecesWV want everyone who is troubled ,ug their journey "lleo Lick" lost his ket a few days ago, selling the same his t.vvii weapon, made for the pris- - j Misses Cluster nnd Raferda Pad- - "'"r io Churl fV Hrnml.Milnm. sarily and unduly obstructing I)ix with indigestion or dyspepsia in nny father's best lint. i oner, who iiuu joioeii ill me snoot ge(t. GREEN IRIER E. L. Woods has bought the store, ing. with an oath and declaration River, without .making proper n Miss Amu Leach is on the sick-foim to come to our More and buy house now occupied by Wood, & that ho would never go to jail, but j list nt this writiinr. MORGAN BUYS OUT DUNCAN for the passage up nml down n box or Rexull Dyspepsia Tablet. Mr. Lloyd Sim, has returned to Treadvvuy for about seven thousand the officer was stopped by a perfect Mr. Lloyd Sims has gone back lo Danville after bein' confined to Ids the stream of the fish, for which Take (hem home, nnd give them a , dollars. The firm will not build as hail of loud mid crumpled into a life Danville. Ho has been visiting here, loom with a sprained back. this river is so justly famous. The lensonnble. trial, neeirtdiiig to dir- -' the ikipular hate dam, which the city of Danville built Padgett and Prather Lloyd have los, heap on the door. Mrs. Corn Todd is with her moth-gon- e If they don't please you, Jedgeville merchant and miller, who first contemplated. Fannie Lee Wallace and brother to Somerset on business. Is for the purpose of supplying the tell us nnd we will quickly return recently sold out his place there to As soon as Governor Mann wnR er for a few days and will" join hee Mi-- s 'ity with water, ami the trial of tho your money. Raferda Padgett is clerking hushrtbd in Danville whcie they will They have' it very In. Mner, is coining closer to Stun-inil- d Jewell Wallace will celebrate their .notified this morning of (he outbreak ense in the Garrard court at the to live. Last week ho bought birthdays jointly next Wednesday n Hillsville he oidoreil eonmnnios for her father in his stole. make their future home. but pnVitiVi,iM'ion upon tlieor-'for- d next teuii of court in Lancaster will gans with which they come in con- - the faun and stoie of Y. M. Duncan, Mnrch 'JOlh. In connection with tho f State trop, from Roanoke nnd I Don't be sin prised if you bear of Mr. Dale is visiting bis friends at' undoubtedly create considerable in- tnct, apparently noting ns n re'gii-iO- ii tho Somerset pike, nbout four birthday, Fannie will have a "doll .Lynchburg It) (he soeno nnd nffeied tho wedding hell, ringing at this lit- - Corinth. Miss Annie Dale will give a imrtv terest. lntivo tonic upon the relaxed mnsou. imilos from Stanford and will take wedding". The bride nnd groom will ..sl.000 lewartbfor tho onpture of the tie village soon. Miss Daisy Sims is keeping house in honor of her guest, Jlr. Elmer at once. !Mr. Morgan be handsomely d.csscd nnd the little outlaws. lar ront of the bowel, thus ovncom-- ) possesf-foe folks ure looking forward to much Floyd Allen, (ho mnn on Iriul. has for her father while hor siMer, Pol. Dale, If you have trouble in getting rid intr weakness, nnd niding to restore paid $.1,000 for the outfit it is .lnfliwl (tin Purrntl nnnnlv nnllinit. lie is at the city of Wiiyuesburg. Everybody in Wavnesburg k re- of your cold you may know that you bowels Io more vigorous nnd derstood. This is one of (he best fun find idensuro. (io for years, ITo was known as w' Mrs. Dave Hicks will move back joieiug over putting the soft drink arc not (renting it properly. Thcro healthy nctivity. Three sizes, 25c, j known litlle stoics in (he county, Three convicts murdered. the win "bud 'man" nm. commanded n law- - to (his place the last of this month, stands out of tho dry territory. 8 is no reason why a cold should. hang fiOo nnd $1. Remember, von ran nnd Mr. Morgan will push (he busi- on for. weeks, find it 'will not if yon oblnin Rexnll Remedies only ut our He-i.nrrcspomiciii iiijmi. aiorinu, we want ino worK ot the good weum for nil it is worth. He nml , den nml two assistants at tiie re- - less elomeitt of gun fighters, who nt wlio t will tlo. I say let every boVy jje take Chamberlain's Cough Rotne.j store (he Rexnll Store, Penny's Ids popular family will be heartily, braskii State prison and are still ut times held (he cojnnuinity in n icign ' -. ' bolls will rimr for. work. of (eiror. welcomed to lliis end of the county. huge. Drug Store. Tor sale by G. L. Penny. g, Mc-bciNew-lan- FACES SERIOUS CHARGES ESTABLISHMENT "FIRE" CAPT. GENTRY $1 v- - ,h. nt hup-iene- tU "T'r ."i' T l' ,.. ' '. i . -- 'Wt ., ,.,.,, ..' J m '9 3 !' , d. i- i .-, 1 Spi-iiiy- snni-tnriu- in I . ur 0K-rato- :JG ? ir.-l- i, M pro-virio- Moi-gan- un-th- s ' . T - sjr " v, :t fSv .' "vSiSfR " t'"l v I c , ," l.!-. i ' T " - 'w f MF"ilfci(Wl " ' f Y TKE STANFORD INTEMOB JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKV. Ihe iMiERioi Journal. HILTON 41 A I M. AUFLIY,...PyHW)tf YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCf '.. .AJi. 1 IggggggLigBgJI I flfuLSU jSgffggflL ni u fi ". f lh coed .'.!. ". rMttt(e mail. lit Sua-tor- i elm POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.. announcements in this column Ire of candidates for ofllce, subject lo tlio action of the democratic primary : For Commonwealth's Attorney EMMETT I'URYEAR, OF BOYLE. , For County Judqe. T. A. RICE, I M) F. NORTH, For Jailer. PEYTON PARRISH, GEORGE DEBORDE niKK FARMER WILLIAM II. HESTER For Magistrate J. T ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS, It is tKghly ITurnishing Goods Probable . 16 IBmpvj Btb vSgVgtfgRMffgBflgaggggC"igg9a?'tgggKl i. r We will never have such values in embroideries acrain to offer vou Don't fail to get some of these. Sale goes on ell. J I Furnishings are selected' that same care as our SHOES and CLOTHING-a- nd you know what that means. OUR . w iCt j. ' know we tell the truth when we say there were never as many neckties in our Neckties-- We L ' " - ' A Scene from the Great Play JSl " this week. I at the opera house Thursday Evening, March 21st Prices: 25c, 50c and 75c. Look Here, Young Man for the clothing is seldom cheap. your money. best value for Good cloth, well made, at reasonable prices, is Ihe cheapest te buy. SUITS for Young This you get in our VIKING GUARANTEED But If you want the very superlative In to $30. Men from $8 throughout, magnificent fabrics yeunf men's clothes, and high art patterns, nothing short of GRADUATE Clothes should You have to wear clothes and when you buy, you leek Lew-priced hand-tailored The papers say that Governor will probably appoint Mayor J. II. Polsgrove, of Frankfort, as Judge of the new circuit court district of Franklin county. There arc a number of good lawyers in the new district who are excellent judicial timber, ,but the Governor could not do better than to name the popular Mayor. We had the pleasure of serving in the 'Frankfort City Council under him for a couple of years, and a fuirer, squarcr official could not be found in the state. As County Judge of Franklin for many years, he mude a splendid record, and we predict for him in the higher role, atill more brilliant achievements, lie will prove an houor to the limine, we are confident, and even and exact justice to all may be expected at his hands. ry SEVERANCE & SON, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. -- -PROF. IRELAND I f stock as we show today, in bows, strings and in wash ties: plain and hand lettered, silk and knit, at the popular price of . . four-in-hands, Cflft vllv can not describe them. You have to see them. Socks--w- e A GOOD MAN GONE satisfy you. They are distinctively young men's clothes and quality, are priced with special withstanding their peal to young men who cannot indulge in extravagance. pre-emin- notap- SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. RESOURCES OF "Don't Wear Stockings too Tight" says an exieri to the ladies, llow in the thunder are some going to keep from it unless they have them made to orderf The above is written by Editor ilenry R. Lawrence, and he had the nerve to print it in his Cadiz Record last week. On behalf of the respectuble married editors of the Kentucky Press we demand to know by right does a continued bachelor like him assume to possess such technical knowledge of feminine hosiery. Asso-duratio- n, Lincoln County National Bank Stanford Kentucky Loans. ... U. S. Bonds and Due from U. S. Treas Editor Orr, of the liarrodsburg Leader, answers that he has u choice for president uud is not ashamed to tell his name, but we notice he does not do so. Let's have it, Brother Orr. Don't wuit until the cat has jumped. Out with it. Is ho the Terrible one or nice old Grandmother Billl Several 'papers are saying that Jack China, of iiarrodsbuTg, is a candidate for Congress against Harvey Hehn. We'll not believe it until we see a check lor Ins announcement in the Interior Journal. Col. Comptroller's Call of February 20, 1912 S342.254. 78 'Lincoln County Bonds . . Cash and Due from Banks Banking House Quick Assets: Other Assets: . J05, OOP. 00 3447,254.78 S37.500.00 4. JO 8. 78 S 78,608.87 S5.300.00 S53,i63.6S Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars f w It FUNERAL OF DR. FOWLER Corsets For All The Up to Date Ladies. f Ladies, come in and let us show you through our line of Kabo Corsets. We have Corsets in, all prices and they will give you more comfort and make you a better form than anv Corset vou ever wore in your life. i The stays are so flexible that you can bend fa them anyway and never injure the corset. Crab Orchard, Kentucky.. )wKr WtrJ AH v vtmm SANDERS RANK o CIDCT NiTIMIAI in dividends since 1 Paid$223,500. STANFORD, KY. Organized, October, 1882. organization, r Returned to stockholders, $2oo,ooo.oo in cash, being reduction of Capital stock It ira iucc fill Bask, asd w at the service of tits smaUast depositor. IIIII also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling all about the kidneys nnd bladder. 'When writing, GARRARD COURT b3 sure and mention the Stanford Regular SO cent Interior Journal. In the Garrard Circuit Court last and one dollar size bottles for sale week, Allen Jones, a negro was giv- nt all drug Etores. years for en from two to twenty-on- e the killing of Harrison Preston, anA sheep's kidney is to be placed in other negro. the body of W. E. D. Stokes, tho Lee Burton's trial for the killing New York millionaire, recently shot of a negro .named Hudson resulted by two nctrcsscs. in a hung jury. Burton was admitClell McAninch bid in the mail ted to bond in the sum of $500, which route again for the next four years he gave. between McKinney and Dunnville The grand jury failed to return for $900. an indictment against Moses CottTell A Roosevelt Club was formed by who has been confined in jail charg Anderson county republicans last ed with cutting W H. Ward in such week with 400 saembers. T. J. Bal- "I ' lard is president. ' a manner, that he died. The funeral of Dr. Clifton Fowler was conducted last Friday afternoon i'ioui his late residence on Maiu street, and was attended by a Jaige number of frieuds uud loved ones. Beautiful and impressive services w ere conducted at the home by Rev., J. B. Jones, of the Baptist church, at which the man of God paid U higi tribute to the life and good works of the deceased. After prayer, the remains were taken to Buffalo Springs Cemetery aud laid to rest in await the resurrection morn. The pallbearers were g friends and neighbors,, of Dr. Fowler: Messrs. J. N. Menefee, S. T. Harris, E. P. 'Woods, T. D. Newlnnd, J. B. Foster and Eb life-lon- W. Cummins, (leorgo aged 71 Appointed a Member of New State year.-.-, died at his home in the PleasBoard of Examiners. ant Point neighborhood on last Thitftduy and was buried, ufter ser- (Frankfort Journal.) hict-- at the church there on Satur Members of the State Board of day", conducted by the pastor Rev. A. Kxnminers, who will conduct all S. Jeffries. Mr. Cu mining win a for splendid citizen and one of the den-coState school examinations, teachers' certificates, were appointand pillars q the Baptist coned last week, by I'rof. Barksdalc gregation there. He is survived by Hamlett, State Superintendent of his wife and seven grown children. He npointed Mr. Cummins was a victim of paraPublic Instruction. Prof. J. W. Ireland, of Stanford, lysis which came upon him as he superintendent of city schools and worked upon his farm, and caused Prof. Wickliffe Lockott, superin- his' death after a few hours' illness. tendent of the Audubon M'hool at A wide circle of friends and loved Henderson. Prof Ireland and Prof. ones mourn that he is no more. Locket t are both young men but GENERAL NEWS NOTES both have taken high rank in educational work in this state and are Three hundred Shelby county regarded as among the ablest of the dairymen, is it stated, will call upon educators in Kentucky. The places Gov. McCrenry to urge his approvto which they have been nppointed al of the bill to abolish the present are the most important in the method of testing cattle for. tnbercu-lo-i- s. next to the department, State Superintendent. ' Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, chief of thc Bureau of Chemistry of the DepartKIDNEY TROUBLE RELIEVED IN ment of Agriculture has sent in his resignation to Secretary Wilson. TWO HOURS Thi. course was taken, he states, because of antagonism in the enforceA Speedy Cure. ment of the pure food lnws. I derived so much benefit from the Reports on the Cuban tobacco use or JJr. .Kilmers Jswamp-itocrop show n irrespective yield of that I believe it will be most impor mer record. tant for the publio to know of its 7.0)U bales in excess of the le worth. making a flight over a BerLast November I was suffering lin suburb, Aviator Witte was killseverely with kidney and bladder ed through the collapse, of his bitrouble. The burning pain was ter- plane. ' rible. I sent to you for one trial Earl Potty, a fourteen year-ol- d and it relieved boy of Calloway county killed his bottle of Swamp-Roo- t me in about two hours. After takfather who had recently punished ing the small trial bottle, could feci him. , no more pain, so purchated one fifty Champ Clark, got the instructions After of the twenty votes in Kansas with cent bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. taking the contents have not felt Woodiow WiIon ns second choice. one pain from the kidneys or bladBy a vote of SO to 20 the LT. S. der since. Senate finally confirmed, thu apYou are at liberty to publish this pointment of Muhlon Pitney to the testimonial should you wish to. Supreme Court bench. Yours very lespectfully, W. II. WARREN, The most common cnuse of inR. No. 2, Bos 3P, Oainefclnro,-Tensomnia is disorders of thc stomach Sworn to nnd subscribed before Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver mo W. F. Dodson, enacted Justice of Tablets correct these disorders and the Pence of Jackson county Tenn., rnahlo you to sleep For sale by G. this 14tb day of July 1009. L, Tenny. W. F. DODSON, J. P. s ns ot fur-Whin. Tans, blacks, white, lavender, maroon, grey, light and dark blue, OP. O Cft 3C X OUC in cotton, lisle and silk at FOUNTAIN SHIRTS-Neglig- ees, in colors; White plaited and (1 1 A tQ $1.3U full dress, at - - - fl l iM'? BELTS in any size frem 24 to 50 inches, . 25c to $1.50 LUTHER'S GLOVES, the finest hand-sewe- d one ever sold here. Something new for Driving or Labor, $2.00 the pair. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky HTDBATETJ LIME ;. ' ADVANTAGES OYER LUMP LIME: No Waste, No danger of Fire, v No Caking, No air Slacking, No Swelling, No waiting for your mortar to season. It is Economical, r TRY IT W. H. HIGGINS, a-S- k D Ever; Help For Your Health. you want drugs,, chemicals, or sundries; whenever you desire t6 purchase any hygienic or sanitary urticle 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 nnd service worth considering. No bother or trouble Come here, nsk for what yon want, and get it. Yon get the right thing right away, and at the right price. That is the secret of our success and popularity. Consider this a VMIENEVER r Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binflhampton, N. Y. Prove What Swamp-Root A panic-stricke- n mother nt Auburn her home was burning dropped her deeping baby four stories into tl;o arms of a mnn, who Me., while Will Do caught it so gently it was not For You. When you have rheumatism in Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing- hamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. your foot or instep apply ChamberIt 'will convince anyone. You will lain's Liniment and you will get . quick relief. It costs. but a quarter. Why suffer? For sale by G. L. Penny. QUEEN & CRESCENT Reduced fares to Cincinnati nnd return ncount "World in Cincinnti" a Missioary Exposition of interest to nil. Tickets on Snle March 11 to. lJ, inclusive; 18 to 20, inclusive, 25 to 27, inclusive nnd April 1 to 3, inclusive, good, returning, within four days including date of sale. Apply to nearest ticket agent, Queen & Crescent route, for full information. Penny' )ru $ore -- Rosevelt is said to have about made up his mind to go on the stump and make a personal fight for tho nomination. i The Rexall Stere Telephone No. 2 Stanford, - JtintueJIry - -- .. .JMhrt ax 'rv&Z mmW' - wmsm ?Sj r "py V THE tTAMFlBD i)r. W. N.- Craig, of Bcren, spent SHORT LOCALS. Sunday with his family here. 'I.'-'W- . cnmo 'tip from jllngbc A big line of nw post cords' just J. S. Rico, tho popnMf' L.-- & N., Mcinphiii Saturday to spend Hun-da- y ngent, was quite ill early In (ho week received nt G. K. Penny's. with liU mother and brother hero j Fred Drnckctt is laid up With Misses U)o JJcnny nnd DoJIIo Mo Sec the best oil stove on the mnr- pcro vnnv ui pnciiliiuniu. , Roberts wore shoppjuif in Loujivillc 22-t- f. Cnpt. .loo Lynn Coffey was home kot nt George II. Fnrris' , Jmt week. Sunday with his family nnd son. "" Messrs. Georgo mid Joseph Hop' FOR SALE OR RENT. Mr. Snm II, Shnnks is nbout. the. per, of Central University bpent Wc offer for sale or rent the Mc- nnd does not njjcnr to uiid Sunday with tho home-folk- s. unino Kinney Woolen Mills nt McKinnev. make much improvement. ' t.. "t Mr. nnd Mrs. James IL Bnugh- - Ky. This mill is fully' equipped to Judge John Menefec, of Stanford. mnn have leaded half of tli resi manufacture yarn, jeans, blankets, and Atty. William Lnwwill, of dence of Mrs. Mnttio Withers for Linsey and other goods nnd is well were hero Tuctdny in tho in- tho locnted. Apply to K. L. Tanner summer. tercut of u Rooscvolt Club for Rock-cnt- lc 12-tCommonwealth' Attorney George & Son, McKinney, Ky. Signal. Mt. Vcinon D. Florence continues to improve, Misses Anna D. McRoberfs Sallio his many friends will bo glad to On May 1st the Ladies Home Mills CraTj; and Emma llayn wcro know. Ho whs nblo to sit up n. lit- Journal subscription prica will be delegates from th0 Stanford Chris- tle Monday. increased to 2 n year. Von ran tian KndtftVor Societies to tho Stnto Mr. George D. Wenrcn's friends have your sulMcription iciicwed now meeting nt NichtrlusviRf Saturday nre gieutly encouraged over tho for n year nt'tho old rate. Let the nnd Sunday. imptoYotnent ho b sboning. Ho ap- I. J. handle it for you. It can snvo .Mrs. D. C. Sippla who lins been pears to bo gaining strength very you money nnd trouble. confined in lli iiifoiuuwy several satisfactorily. w'ecltS on account of u broken leg, W. S. Fish represents only the ('. I). Tntc. motored over to Lexcns able to be removed to her homo ington .Monday morning with II. J. best and strongest insurance comSaturday. London Sentinel. Melloberts, Mrs. J. S. Ifice, and lit- panies. Let him keep you protected. Mr. Lee Rankin nnd Mr. Alexan- tle Frances nnd Willinm Tnte.. der of Danillo were here this week Lost. A closed face gold watch Mr. Henry Fnrru is enjoying tho V " on l.nnL- looking for muleii nnd cattle. Mr. hnlmy lintues nt Orlando. Fin., with trill, itiitiula "K I It. 0. Doiiloulc nnd children left last ,Mr, mid Mrs, J, C. liny. t- - Jfcwnrd for return to this office. week for MorclftnU where Mr. Don-- ! S. T. ?nmpbell, of nmmfield, is a mriii. niijnu lOUlC lias remm Tl... innininMnsnt fif illn- Stnllflird A.u .".ft-".-..tho truest of his grandson Uohon County Outlook. Opera HoubC" hns isecnred Clarence Campbell nnd family. The Current Events Club was to Dennett's benutiful .Mexican play, Chief of Police Logan Wood, of "A Royal Slave1' for Thursday evShnnks have met with Mr. Cairoll Mr. ne.t Thursday nftemooii, but t'ue Duimllu nnd wife, and Mr. unci were I ening March 21st. 'J he nuthor has been indefinitely postpon- John M. Mount, of Lancaster, evolved a story, startling in its in- dnte lias guests of rclutives here Sunday. ti'ii-iled. calling into pJay tne sironc H. M. Siilin, of Florida, was the emotions human nature 'Sir. and Mrs. Ocoigo K1IU of The loial, undoing devotion of Cutinhiglinm, Kansas, who hac been gu't of his brother Catbier M. II. s, thu guests of the foimerV parents here, Snlin, of tho Stnte Dank nnd Trust Aguiln to his young mNtre-l.assionatu linto ot inc -- ouiue-. rpiut several day with Mr. nnd Mr' Co., enrly in the week. K. C Kitzscralrl here. W. E. Glover, the hustling rcpre-entnt- Inez de Orn, the sweet, foufidiiip relieved of the Fold Auto Com- love of the gentle Isadora, . Mr. John Catlin, of Crnb Orclmrd, by the bright, breezy comedy of the Monday nnd Mr. Theodore Hnrrin, of Fork-lnn- pany went to Louisville Amcrienii Jicwspapcr corespondonr spent Snturdny with their nunt to drive bnck the baudsomo Ford & and the equally sprightly Annette, Sirs. Lee Wade. I'erryville Cor. runabout he hnq sold Cummins with the ipecinltic3 they introduce, Wenren, of this city. J!nrrdbun: Lender. nil contribute their shnre in mnking Postmaster C.'C. Wallace of Mr. George W. Pipes, of the west "A lloyul Slnve" one of the most who is n enndidnte for dele- enjoyable end, is with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. of this season's Pipes', on North Third strvet. Mr. gate of the Itcpiiblirnn National on the Tnft ticket was here John , Bright nnd sons David nnd week slinking bnnds with bis William 'Bright nnd Mrs. L. H. k lnt The Knights of Pythins Fair hn have gone to Snn Francisco, friends. He looks like n sure win- mndc April Jbt the cloing dnte for Cnl., to make their future home. Mrs ner. the great colt Futurity stake, thus William, Warren and Miss Lctiti.. Mr. ninl Mrs. Charles Lutes, and fixing the horsemen a little more Warren have returned from a visit family returned home from Golds-hortime to enter. Don't forget the to Mrs. Lueien Mtcckner, in Mr. lnt date for this great ring. X. C, Sunday, where Misses Laura nnd Eliza Lutes has heen extensively nnd l.eyh Carpenter, We are prepared to install hot Jtinctoln, havej, mot successfully engaged in the lwen iruesN of Mm. II. Salter. horso nnd mule buincf during the water and hot air heating, plumbing Danville Meenge,r. past winter. 81 tf. eae., Conn Bros.. Lancaster. -Sut-urd. ati-vilf. y, INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KCHTUCKV. 'T'V-- MCIAL Mi PERSONAL Ti ' f ' I , . A'l i m 0 WATCH St Ti ODdlii'miiCi iv i - O .7 1 :'J 4 - fl J hfcv fBfe S SBH0lss BSsWBk. i i1 if) 'i & BSSSv BSM m l P ct poti-es-c- V Automobile TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY i" '' ,, f- h' L Jl ' . i ie d, 0 Rich-mon- d, Con-entio- n, Pen-coe- o, Win-chet- CUMMINS & WEAREN ? 1 f -V . '- tt T -- m. , ' r .T. New Suits, New Dresses New Coats, New Waists Every day for the past three weeks we have been receiving huwlreils'of packages of nev Spring Garments of every sort and kind. The various lines are now practically complete and We invite you to come in and take a good look through and get posted as to styles. The keen competition anions: the makers in New York has Resulted in the suits and dresses "being the best values and tho best styles ever on the market. You will quickly notice this tact when you see the garments. You will lose nothing by making your selections early. Remarkable values in itrictly tail- cooioioooio Stanford, Kentucky ' . 4 et a-- r . VII Tailored Suits ored Suits at $15, $17.50, $20, $25, $30 and up. All" kinds of Serges, Whipcords, Men's Worsteds, and novelties. Full assortment of White Suits. As usual our suits represent the best effort of the highest class New York tailors. '- Prices ffc and Shadow Laces. in :.... P t0 )4V range from and if you are interested it will pay you to come a long ways to se.them. Some remarkably attractive Party Dresses in Nets and Chiffons at $1 1.50 to $20.00 in Pink, Blue. Yellow and White. , Evening Dresses Tub Dresses We are now showing over -' styles in Silk, Sergeant! Challie Dresses. A I the new ideas in changeable Taffetas, Foulards, Crepe Meteors, Chiffons, Sdk Serges, No description will do these'justicc. in and see them NOW. Y Of Lingerie ahd bined with Cluny, Macreme Silk Dresses entirely new $7.50 to $40.00 Come Of Ginghams, Linens etc., in many neat and attractive styles at all prices from $3.7 5 to $8. Also the new Cotton Corduroy Dresup. ses from $-- r from?.'"5. Dresses White imported Voiles, com- Plain tailored Silk Waists in blacks and colors, from The new Silk Shirts in white and stripes and Fancy Stripe Silk Waists. ofSJ1..! to An extensive line of Dressy Chiffon Waists Shirt Waists to $10.00 Cft V W tfi fA " A. B. Robertson & Bro. V Danville, Kentucky. MMfc,iV-M- I license to wed was issued by t" FRUIT AND SHADE TREES uierir loopvr to .viiltoii Dever aged 27, and Miss Chlorh. Buchanan, aged Strawberry plants, Grape Vines, 13 and they were made one at the Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, home of Rev. Crisp. and Phlox. Everything for Orchard and Lawn, Garden. Fiee Catalogue. The Woman's Missionary Society No Agents. , will meet nt the Methodist church ' H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Thursday afternoon t 2 o'clock, Lexington, Ky. March 21st. FARM FOR SALE! Do you know that of all the minor Containing; 200 acres with fine ailments, colds nre by far the most room house half of farm in cultivadangerous J It is not the cold itself tion, tho balance in timber. Thfet that you need to fear, but the seri- land lays well and is well watered ous diseases that it often lends to. with branch and wolls a good stock Most of thee are known ns germ farm adjoining the town of Brod-hea- d. Tl rradfrt ol ttli lupor wUI I ii'ml"! to tun disease. Pneumonia and constipaWill sell worth Jho money-Teiu mt ou all illaraw itut kifocc Ui ibrre abj at to cure la dmuil itan, and Uat to Under a good picture of Howard tion nre nmong 'm xrn iu them. Why not " to unit purchaser. Crntwrn. Hall's Catarrli Cure la th only vilh..w cu't now inovn to me nmliral tratirniiy. caiarra Camnitz, the Louisvillp Times said take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Mrs. Linda Benton, ""-- v a ronftltutioaal diMaw. rrquirra a conctitu Clonal trratmiut. Hall a Catarrh Cure la taker, last week: cure your cojd while vou can,? For Urodhead, Ky. 21-- 3 artlnK dlrrrtly u Ibe blcl and inucouf e, iiirtio-ot tn salo by G. L. Penny. Ij.trrn. tlirrrby dmroylmc the Fittsbursvfatis expect this foundation ot the dmw, and elrlnc the iiatknt Ky., hurler to have a great iirrnfih by building up the coniutution and aiakt-linature In duirx It utirk. The n murh faith In Ita ruratlre murn that fhv tiae season in 1012. The addition of Mike .jr.. ? B. D. CARTER, John Ona lurdred Itollars f"r any e that It ll to Don'.in and his trusty bat to the Pir- Pa., has W. Sickelsmith, Grenesboro. one. fend ffr lt of trtttroonlala New Liverv. three children, and like most Adoren f j. rni;.i.y 4. t) . Toledo, O. ate tearu should make the lot of rvnd by alt Druimuta. "Je. Depot Street, children .they frequently take cold. ale Hall I'.iu' v I'Ula for conatlpatK- - , that clnb'jj pitchers a bit moro pleas " e have 'Phone 96 tried several kinds of ant. Ciynnitz had considerable hard STANFORD, KENTUCKY cough medicine," ho siivs, but have rp Xieo blue grass farm, of 193 acres lucl: last year, losing most of the within two miles of' Stanford for yames by ono or two runs margins, never found any yet that did them snle. .pnly to Adolnh Von Gruen!- - but nt that won twenty nnd lost fif- as much good as Chaniberlnin's Cough Remedy." For snle by G. L. SPRING SUITING gan. 22-- tf teen games, bting excelled only by Penny. My new spring nnd summer Adams. nre now ready for your EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. MISS IRENE SOLOMON They comprise tho best on For Rent. Thro nnd n half acres All persons holding claims against of good tobacco land, with barn, Hay iiifipupaaajapn 9 wi utwy "HP yw W w mwjaa a 'the market. I can suit anyone as to the estate of Anderson Carr, deceas price who had his clothes .made to ed are requested to present them to etc., D. E. Proctor order. A suit made to your measure me properly .proven, ou or beforo is preferable to ready made clothes. Lost. Gentleman's blnck muffler, April 1st, 1912. A. T. Niiiitieilcy, To have them made to mpnsiiTA on Main street and Methodist church doesn't cost any moro than ready For Sale. 10U.000 '2 foot bonrds Please return to Mrs. Lorina Long, made when quality nnd fit is confor sale at our yard3 at Crab Orch sidered. Com0 in and let mo take Ilyomel will banish catarrh no ard All kinds of lumber, nivl build- your measure. stqmnch dosing just breathe it. Ask in material. Duke and Collier,'13-- 8 H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. VjaSSBSBlBJi G. L. Penny, he pia'rantes'e it. Rid " t v.aaaa a. What would you do without a good yourself of that vile, disease at once. horse T Keen him drv and warm with Completo outfit $1. Separate botjap', a good blanket. I have tbem. J. C. tles 50 cents (Pronounce it ' McClary. Jfc County Clerk George B. Coper issued marriage license' last week to aBSSSriJBSvBx Ansel Bnugh, aged 77 years, and Mrs. Minerva Dunaway, aged 55 years arid this popular couple were married at King's Mountain. This is Mr. Baugh's fourth matrimonial venturo and the second for his bride. UNOERTAKKR AND IMIALMEM Their mr.ny friends wish tbem much See her with the Royal Slave at the STANFORD KENTUCKY. happiness.1 Opera House Thursday night Office Phone 117. Hem Hum M. p. The Junction City Lumber ComKenewing his subscription to the pany will sell cbenper than usual for I. J., for another year, II. A. Pleascnb, ibis year. Write tbem for ants, o Groom, Texas, writes: "Wc prices all kinds of building material, hae just passed through the cold-cement, lime, sand, stock nnd pouwinter tho Panhandle has exltry fence, etc. Junction City, Ky perienced in fifteen years. The 22-3ground has not been clear of snow since December 18, quite a lot of Wc receive fre-- h fruit every day. threshing yet to be done. The presTelepbone us jour order. Gover's ent rop is the best in the history of restaurant. th country with prospects for still Letter ciops this season. Three Parties wanting rooms and offices chers for the signal victory won call at Stnte Bank & Trust Co. See ou Feb. 10th, by the temperance 11-- tf their nice rooms. popple of old Lincoln. Elect good wen to office nnd put bootleggers out of business forever. $100 Reward, $100. A yc .. ...! ." .j i! r1 sl ms - .IIus-tonvill- u: proprk-tor- $Cdj$ rn-- 3&0jp00 1 " ' j. i" r. ' ' J. C. McClary. 'ifaHBBaaaBSlPlFj 2 ? ri U fc4t it i V- -' :?.& t . jm " a it I i l t i it ''$ THE STANFBBB INTERIOR JOURNAL. STAMFORD, KENTUCKY. PUILIC SALE! I will sell "I LIVE AND DIE FOR THOSE I LOVE." - Trite-j "- nt pnlilio nnction Saturday, March 23, on nt 2 P. M., some household nnd kitchen furniture, nt my home in Ky., Joslah llshos. IIus-loinill- n, - h Sixty Sven Years of Fair Dealing and Unequalled Success. No Restrictions in Policy A Itooseclt Club hns boon organized in Mercer county; with Oeonre W. llobinsou ns jiresident. :::::: as to Residence, Travel : or Occupation. : O0OOU9 COLUMN O 0 Breeders 0 ReliablePoultry Cnrdotof Pure O Five $ 0 Bred Lines O O H O 1 O Q U W Ok POULTRY &he Mutual Benefit Life lnsurance,Co. or Newark, New Jersey. In Account with its Policyholders since organization in 1845 until January 1, 1912. Jv- - tiv. .;.. fV T '"iMTTafcllTi while you can "Tomorrow" May Be Too Late." ' 2r. To amount received from Policyholders since date $388,066,767 of Organization To Balance By payments toPolicyholders since organization: 1 JBfc aBPPfcaffi"aaaaPS 'BataflaVifaBssssKS--Have money ia the bank when old age 60 79 39 63,666,012 $451,732,780 $175,067,659 For Policy Claims 48,673,190 For Surrendered Policies 80,623,455 For Dividends 147,368,475 payment Amount held for future $451,732,780 16 38 75 10 ?1 S. C. Crystal White Leghorns Prom d hens with records of ocr 200 eggs n jenr. The "train that lajs is the strain that pajs. Eggs from No. 1 pen $2.50 per 1." eggs, other pens !l.fi0 per l.'i j.r.OO per J00. Oct in the lnjing class. rder today. Lock Hox oCn. A. C. Altord, Stunfaid, K'y Acent for Tulnue incubators guar anteed not to overheat. Call at house and see sample. trap-noitc- Start an or nrisfortine overtakes yec account here today. A dollar will do H 39 STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profits $4,098.94 Deposit $75,481.90. W. L. McCarty Pres. M. B. Salin, Cashier. CO AI O 7Q Accumulated for the Benefit of the Policyholders money received from them JHJJ.UUU.Ul.Ci. I J7. over and above the The Leading Annual Dividend Company, with Assets of $147,028,871.98 and a Scientific Surplus of $5,954,158.86. Writes the most liberal policy of any company in the world and has paid out Hundreds of system, where other companies were not e Thousands of Dollars, under her First Year's and would not have paid out a Penny. . . More Insurance in force in Lincoln More Insurance in force in Kentucky than any other company. county than all other companies combined, and not a dissatisfied policyholder among them. A MUTUAL COMPANY practicing absolute MUTUALITY. Write or phone us today for rates and sample policy. Non-forfeitab- ha-bl- le W. P. Averett, Gen'l Agent Lexington, Ky. THE FARMERS L. C King sold to J. S. Hocker a nfee walking horse Holiday for $170. Car-loof Cotton Seed Meal Just received. J. H. Baughman 4 Cs. 225 noes of land to sell; can cut the land to suit purchaser; this is splendid fanning: land and a bargain Write to llox 19G, Stanford 22-t- f. J. D. Eads and Sons want 100.000 pounds wool. See them bcfoie you 148-- 8 sell. Car-loof Northern White Seed Oats just in. J. H. Baughman & Company. I will ft and n si- -j ear-ol- d jack nt my fanll on the I'leofker&ulle and ad ad R. M. Newland, Special Agent Stanford, Ky. stallion Preston, Jr., known ns the Jim Smith colt, lie is by Preston and a grandson of the great show mare, Kate Walloy. Cards will be out shortly giving iuu details. J. C. Bailey, Crab Orchard, Ky. Northern seed oats for snle. nt the Huxtoiuille Milling Company mill. 2J-Hustonville, Ky. J. V. and II. C. Baughman will bland the great harness stallion Beau Naboth, of the farm of the former, on the Souierbet pike for the season of 1Q12, and will soon announce his pidigrec and particulars. This hire is a pioducer of Mmie of the finest harneas and road horxer. hocn in the part of the ttnte, und has made n fine recoid in the stud. A piuuiineut fanning authority is wnrniiiL' fuiineia axuinst the use of clipped outs as seed oats. An oat clipper looks about like u wheat tun. Tu-i-i w iw.rf.iiiiti'il 4 rl:itf" are nluced. , .. ,.. out limiuediutely umler the colter, and put in motion with about the motion ns a fan. TliL emU of the oat grains nie clipped off and the outer Iniik or jacket of the grain then comes off. As the giuins of oats lire not all the saute tut; a great inuny are cut half in two. As a rule, oats thai have been discolored bv wet weather harvesting are clip(d. a, with, the outer coat taken, the oats arc tue Imgiitvr 'i-o- r and do not show that they hne been damaged. Clipped onts uliould not be used for seed ns the clipping take1 the outer lnisk off and leiues the grain unprotested, but the principal reason is that the giain being cut, destios the genu, and in a big majority cuses, will pievent sprouting. Onilf n number of farmers have wun stalk poi been coirolRHiis son among their cattle. Jim Ma Corniack i the-- West End is reported to have last n couple of migthy fine steers ItiKt week, which were worth about 170 apiece, while W. T. O.iiner, of the-- Crab Orchaid pike, luid seeral to (lie on Ins linnds. Xlie poison is said o oome from rotting w halt decayed fodder. Sir. Lowiuh's.t of I)anille, the nieiuory of her gieut saddle mare 1'iince Sonin, in the little 1012 foa). The Princess Roniu 0700, almost the same in blood. The little one U by Kentucky Choice and out of (VMimocn San fiHOU nnd she i hiiiited nnd trots off like she would pioe a gieat piie winner in the company. I'. R. Trajlor has )i sow with liine d slioats for snle. The sow has oidinnry split ho'ofs but the youngsters have the solid feet nnd me quite n curiosity in this section. three-year-old 4. A S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. The laiug strain that filU the egz basket in zero weather; early maturing bjg boned fryers. Setting egss hotie deliery $.10(1 per !."; shippinc cgirs $l.t0 per 15. Mrs. A. C. Alford, Stanford. Ky. INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS 12 ATLANTA, CHICAGO, ILL, CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, NORTH. COLUVIUS, 0., DETROIT, MICH., AND ALL POINTS 0., 0., 0., Eggs for sale $1 er setting of Stanford pike. He gets good colts and is n sure breeder and will stand 22-6at fS.OO. II. C. Anderson For Sole Cow and young calf; also good family horse, work anywhere; a bargain of sold at onc. J. 22-- 2 T. Butler, McKinney, Ky. Interior Journnl print your Let the horse and jack cards. Neat work done promptly at rock bottom prices I'm- Sale. Four or five estra good work mares. Jas II. Woods. p. or 3 for 45. All orders receive prompt attention. Wolford K. Lov-el- l, If. F. D. N'o. 1. Itox 80. Stnnford The Rooseu-I- t foiees completely Ky. controlled ia Oklahoma, and a solid delegation intrusted for him was BUFF ORPINGTONS sent to Chicago. T nm getting 21 doreu eggs a week from 80 hens. Setting of 15 for $1. EXECUTOR'S SALE! C. C. Withers, R. F. D. No. 2, Stanford. Kv.. Phone Of Personal Property As Executor of the estate of Anderson Carr, deaceaed. I will offer nt public sale on Saturday, March 30, 1912, nt J o'clock P. M., ut Nunnellej's Kentucky Stock Yards, Stanford The following proierty 2 grny work mnres, 1 mule, 9 head of hog.. 4 calir, 20 goats, J buggy, 2 wngon. 1 No. 1. double barrel shot .gun, 3 pistols, 1 fine bird dog, tlntch) fanning implements, tools, harness etc. Also one cooking range, household s, and kitchen fuinitiiU', store show ca-nud other articles too numerous to mention. Terms. All sums of $10 or under "iifh in hand. Sums out $10 u note with apcredit ot sixty da proved security, payable at the Lincoln County Xntion.il Bunk. Stan-foi- d, Ky. A. T. NUXXELLEY, Executor to-w- it: fix-tmees IIRMINCHAM, ALA., GALVESTON, TEX., NEW 0RLEAMS, LA., KN0XVILLE, TENN., GA., DALLAS, TEX., AND ALL MINTS SOUTH AND f S4, CHATTANOOGA, TENN., JACKSONVILLE, FLA., SHREVEP0RT, LA., UTMWHT. all pom North, East, South and West bZIW VIA THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE QUEEN rOK TARtS AMi ALL OTHU IsrOMUTKHI, I CRESCENT C Mare H. C. KINO. Pwcntcf Tkkrl A(tnl. 101 W. A. BECKLBB. Oeaewt ramam Atent, at .... CALL SM ROUTE. .. M WtITt LCXINOTOK, CINCINNATI. KV. PIO l'J-- 3. I will stand my grand horse Preston for the season of 1912 at my barn at Crab Oreftard. He is in better, shape this year than for some time and in for a splendid season. Will also stand my crack young SPRING JalllllllllllllwrSfc,1-i- ' SUITINGS! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN OF ELEGANT LINE SPRING SUITINGS IN NEWEST PATTERNS, LATEST STYLES AND ALL COLORS. We Pay Highest Market Prices For P)aslBsaFEaBssaaSU -Layers-Payers-S.- 4f ?f..-- All kinds ot duce, Hides and ProPLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND Furs. But Orpingtons hnglish Salmon Faelles, eggs $2 per 15; $5 per 50; Indian Itiinner Ducks Hint lay the peail white eggs $1 per 13; per 50; $G per 100. My stock came from the Hhie Rib bon winners of this country. Make your start with the best blood. Al ways glad to show my birds to any one interested. Mrs. Sam Embry, Jr. Stanford, Kentucky. CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS. The big winter Inyers. From Kel- lerslrass $30.00 mating; eggs from 1st pen $3; from 2nd pen $1.50 per 15. S. C. M Island Re TompEggs $1.50 per 15. kins struin. Indian ttvnmr Bucks that lay the white egje $1 per 11 eggs. 1 hnvc spared neither means nor time in selecting this stock. They are from prire wiunini; nnd honvy luying guaranteed. strains. Satisfaction A. C. HrH, Stanford, Ky Tf F R WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. l.t0 for 15, nUo Indian Runner Duck eggs fl.00 for 12. MfS. L. P. NuMMNey. Lanenster, Ky., R. R. No. 2. Phone Stanford Exchange 108 A. S. C. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS. The best winter Inyers. Our hens Mf$. laid 1.100 eggs in February. R. L. Berry, Hustonille, Phone 7-- L. Prices 15c, 25c, 50c, and $1 Yd WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION. ALSO BIG LINE OF TOBACCO CANVAS WE HANDLE ONLY AT RIGHT PRICES. GOODS OF QUALITY AND GUARANTEE PRICES. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. w Bee us before you 6l!,Vet price all parpoaes. So if ou want to In country or delivered baiM a bohm, a barn, a chicken eoep, doff boBM or a fence, coma ken for the Materials, We have all aorta and sixes in both reign aad BMsked'tumber and if we san-- at aat yea ia Had, quantity, quality aad Diiea. aobodT caa. PHONE 153. Stanford. Ky. J. A. ALLEN. 4- - tat Hi B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mtfr. it "WW l ' FARMERS, ATTENTION m W MMMD0FIEIFME "I was aihamed of mjr fc," wrllra UUs Plckard of North Carolloa. "It vaa all full of nlmnUa and acara. but u. aftar ualos D. aay t). Treacrlptlon for Kcxema I can that now there la no alcn of that Kcxama. and that waa thraa yeara ago." Thla la but on of thousands of easea In which V. V.D. haa aimply waahd away the akin trouble, P. 1). O. a, cleanam the akin of the aerma of t'aorlaala and other aerloua akin dlneaMa; atopa the Itch Instantly, and when used with I). D. I. aoap the cures mm to be permanent. Nothing like V. D. I), for the complexion. Trial bottle 25 cents, enouxh to prove the merit of this wonderful rem. tdv We i an also Klve you a full sine bottle for 11.00 on our absolute guarantee that ir this very first bottle falls to give you relief It will coat you nothing. Use Baughman's Flour and Meal NONE BETTER Orrier a sack from your grocer today, and we'd guarantee you wiH be pleased. We're making a great flour this Ha- Flour ! . la W Or account of th farcaolSpring you to buy an will rrihMy ! aaft l .J n p mn awOWb, tn pitw awa I autol furnish you THE OUVfcR n.uw that our stock of Collars, Hr nsit, Briollo ami Brottching ia graatcr th evar, as wa kava fir a tkU Una our tpacial attaatia. .... aeiaaai ed m MKMKMU.K Mat we .r.mat VaViWlfc0f ' WHITE PEKIN DUCKS $1 that Morgan S. Per SettlM. BaugnmanStnnford, Ky. san, the finest for biscuits ani light bread you ever saw. Shut ars & Tanner, Druttists. W.E. PERKINS . v, b't mule-foote- riRE INSURANCE r SURETY-BOND- S Crab Orchard, Ky. E.HXIWLAJCD STANFORD, KY. in ponitiqii to do all kinds of concreting, such us Mock Woik, Pavements, and in fact, we can mako anything from a house 4ovn to n fence post. Cnll nnd get our prices bcfojre you buy your material at least. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. We CONCRETING ate J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, K.Y.