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FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1912 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. 1 1) v 4 Ienti MENT - ANDERSON CARR'S CITY SCHOOL LEASES HUST0NVILLE ROOSEVELT REPUBLICANS proscribed drinks. AGAINST GHOST SAID TO BE WALKING Mr. Burch stated that in his OLD COLLEGE 1UILDING TOO AFTER COMMITTEE, HOP JOINT LICENSING Miss Helen Hockor was the the most serious evil to bo encountered by tho officers was County Convention Here on April To Be Used as Primary Department Negroes Report Hearing Uncanny charming hostess nt n delightful afternoon reception Wednesday for th0 Crystallizes at Mass Meeting At perjury. Ho said that men will go Sounds In Building Where DouFor Ten Years Many Needed 6th May See Warm Contest members of the C. W. D. M. Auxilbefore tho grand jury nnd swear to Court House, Which Adopts ble Tragedy Took Place. Improvements to be Made. For Control In Lincoln iary. Miss Lou Hocker and Mrs. men, who would not think of n lie, Resolutions for Council Minnie Robinson assisted in tho en telling u lie on the streets or busiStanford to hae n haunted hou-- e tertainment. Delightful refreshments At n joint meeting of the County One of the most important feaness dealings, yet would swear to Stan- nt lust, it seems. were served nnd when tho time ctmo Declining that the sentiment o matters, one might practically know tures of the Republican couuty con- Hoard of Education, and the Reports nre rife among the color- for departure all left feeling 'twas i strongly ngninst to bo untrue, till they were block in vention which will bo held here on ford Hoard of School Trustees last tills community col-leApril Uth. will be the selection ot! week, the latter leased tho old ed element of the city that tho ghost c,ood to have been there. the HccimiiiK of the soft drink stands thu face. Hu r.aid that the remedy building from the county edubeyond tlio period nt for this was to send n few to tho the new county committee, to govern liy tho city Mr. nnd Mrs. George McKinney the party in Lincoln county for the cational authorities for a period of of Anderson Curr hns been prowl- hnve returned from which tb new law become cffcolir n lengthy visit penitentiary for perjury. four vcars. According to wel. ten years, nnd it will undoubtedly ing nbout his late homo on Depot to licit n number of loonl spenkers nddress-e- d Somerset relatives. The question of to what extent ,,nr,u . nrnmiw. n. lie be used ns tho permnneat head- street, and there nie those who say . .; Mrs. C. R. McCurmack und sou n mass meeting nt tho court flin nnw lnw will tutrmit ilwi suln nf departV n light lor tno couiroi quarters for the primary ; . "i that in the still watches of the night nre visiting Mrs. J. O. Taylor, lit house Wcdncsdiiy night which hnd nomemnue wine was u.scusse.1 wnu .as interesting ,h(J clIIinijllcet as there is over ments of the locnl school. The ar'o sounds ns of n woman screaming Danville. been culled by tho pustors of the County Attorney Burch by those, in Tnft Iu, ,0uaevi.t msiruniioiis. rangement is snid to bo upon a basis Mrs. Hnttie Orr, of Covington, is churched of the city. four present to n considerable degree, e years, the of u rentnl of .f GOO per annum, much nie heard coming from the restnu-mn- t, For u number of There wore nbout 100 people inos. nud it was the general belief that the negro killed his wife tho guest of Mrs. W. O. Speed. where has been completely control!-,- ! of the rental, however, being paid in Misses Mny North nnd Alma Barent, nnd several laymen spoke, ns tho sale of this wine will bo pormitr- liv ill., fiietimi nf tint nartv head tuition for county pupils in the lo- shoitly before taking his own life. At the ker nre in Louisville this week. ed, where the government requires ,,,, ,,v 1)r lL u Davison, chairman cal high school. well ns the preachers. Chief of Police B. D. Carter, was Mis Lucy Alcorn hns returned resolution' offered by Rev. no licence. Ln(1 flis f,;cmis, tj. Daxisou is now As a result of the arrangements stuuding in front of his stuble about unnnimously from n visit to her sister, Mrs. Hill were J. II. Hnughmau, .1. C. McClary, k.,,,!!,,, tho fight for Tnft in this mnde, the County Hoard has agreed J. J. Dickey udnpted. nnd Rev. J. J. Dickey made effective ,.0ty, nnd is understood' to have to make decided improvements nt dusk one day early in the week, nnd Spalding, of Louisville Messrs. C. C. Carpenter nnd W. SI Hon. P. M. McRoberts culled the talks belore adjournment, the reso-- 1 perfocttul n strong organization to the old institution. About $4,000 suw Tom Helm, u well known negro Dan-ill- e order, una nfter Scrip- lutioiih being then adopted. Tho is it coming down Depot street. Just as McKinney ntteuded court nt meeting to or .f.OOO will be spent in putting 0cr Tnft delegates nnd Monday. Dickey, told of wore ns follows: ,j011s Ht ture tending by Mr. convention, ns well ns in good shape nud nbout that sum Helm cuiue opposite Curr's restauFor Rent. A nice house nnd lot the purpose of the meeting. He The Resolutions. secure mi effectixo nnd working nin- - will be needed for it hns run down rant, ho started to run, nud "tore, for cultivation, both together or conditions prevailout" down the street nt breakneck spoke of lawless considerably during the time thnt We, the people of Stanford, ICy., M'tity in the new county committee, separately; for particulars apply to Mr. ing, nnd declnred thnt thev were tho in mass meeting of its title ucmllcil, ricir-in- g The Roosexelt people nru reliably the questionlitigntion. hns been the speed. walkedCaiter, suspecting tho Hustouvillc Correspondent. coxvaidicc of the good slowly cause, across the lesult of the It is propos to promote the public welfare, reported to be making u quiet organ- subject of Joe W. Rout was the guest of vitiioiih, more thnn nnythiiig else. nnd to establish good ization in Lincoln to send men to tho ed to make new divisions of school street, and near the restuurant , of Ellisburg. . J. It. wing, change the sumed u listening attitude. The vote for He fnid thut the good people wiint oer in the east us wish to declare again our Mate covcatiou who will Miss Priscilln Xexvbern has red the Inws enforced, but they hnve unalterable, opposition to the Mile Roosexelt instructions, nnd they nre from the front to the side gro mustered up courage to turned from n delightful visit nt been dilatory nbout taking matters ol any intoxicating beverages in our nNo said to be ery nnxious to excavate for n cellnr in which proaeh, and asked nnd telling town all doing, Mr. Car- - Knoxville. plnce'd n heating plant. Al 'What ou into their own hand, and county, nud to express our capture the county committee nud will bo Mr. Tiitues Powell is in Danville what they know about condition. determination to do everything in depose Dr. Davison ns chairman. new roof will be nut over the west, The Chief replied thnt he thought this neck, having some dental work M. Wulker congratulated called wing nml other hadiy needed im- Rc. l jur power to bring to the bar of This branch of the party is he had heatd u noise in the restuu- - done. the late lrgilature for it good justice any and till persons who mny the "Lily Whites" by one other fac- proxements mnde. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Riffe, of Tl-.old college building will make rant, and asked Helm what "had declared that tho Demopromie to have n work, ami white our statutes or ordinances. tion. Iloth sides McKinney. were here for n short big crowd on convention day, and an ideal place for the schooling of made him run. Tom replied that he cratic party should be thanked for Tlieiefore, be it be a merry the little ones, for by reason of its had heard a woman scream, us he time Sunday afternoon. redeeming its pledges lo the people. Resolved, Thnt we solemnly pro- the battle promises to ft. J. McCormnck left Monday for location, xery few hne to cross the approached thehouse, and the Chief He snid that the people who want test against the City Council grant- one. Columbus, Ga., where he will play pule "f liquor stopiwd must coThe Roosevelt people claim thnt lailroad to get to school, nud the admitted thnt that was what had Ibe ing n license to nuy one to sell al ' 'drawn him ncro-- s the street to in- - ball this season. operate with the officers and that coholic' drinks of nuy kind beyond they will carry (larrnvd couutv bv plnygiouud is nmple. Mr. T. A. Reynierson, of Ellisj Neither deemed it wise ' :imjotity and it is understood help is neeessnty in ferreting I lie ilnte n their that the recently enacted however to go inside, and see what burg, wns here Monday with his bringing them making u secret organ- "CIRCULAR STAIRCASE" IS out the offenders aW law goes into elTeet which prohibits that they me daughter, Lenn who is atHe said that the new ization nnd fiu'hl for delegates all POSTPONED A WEEK was the trouble. The report soon tending school lo justice. such sales in dry territory. here. ciicr.lnted about, however, that of anything oxer the Eighth district and have n low prohibited the sale Resolved, That we continue to The L J. announced last week that Miss Mnttie Bnrkley, of Iexing-tothey "hunt" was walking at containing nlchohol in dry teiritory urge upon our civil officers n rigid uood deal of confidence that the l'ir.st installment of its splendid wns the guest of Miss Nnrinie except sweet wine nnd cider and the enforcement of nil our laws and or- will I'liptini' this, district for the serial story The Circular Staircase, night, nt the scene of the crime, Drown Inst week. nnd the sitpeistitious nre giving. the lemperance people propose to see to dinances, especially thoe ngninst Third Termer. would begin in tins issue. On Mr. nnd Mrs. '. R. Williams nre place a wide berth after the shades it that nothing else is sold. illicit selling of intoxicants, the carof the ;reat amount of ad- - of night fall. Weird tales nre told viilinsr fronds nt Lexington, VERDICT do- -i MANSLAUGHTER City Attorney J. H. Paxton -rying of concealed deadly weapons, iUMuSiiiuii-r.iiuni'eiii,iiM(M)(, of the MIUIIlls n oa la red thnt no Inw will bo enforced perjury, gambling nnd ndultcry, ns ' to v' heavy body being thrown heavily wns' fouml PLEASANT POINT to people Returned in Interesting Killing Case unless the sentiment of the Uia these crimes are the moi-- t common ur" i"silp U'M' ,0.,,.uy WIIllout lca,VII,J. " fl,or. ' Sir. George Cummins, one of our ""n-- 5 In Laurel uouniy. is behind it. He said thnt the peo- and the most dangerous to society. . out )( ,.0IlbilU.n,)li nllMll,m 0f local ... uigiil. while otliers sny thnt a oldest nud most Hihstatial citizens ple were too prone to criticise tho Resolved, That we iciterate the news. bo the commelicomcut oL the ghostly form is seen in the motions passed away at his home at 7 o'London. ICy., March J0. Henry (.Mull, l!i..I tl'.l lu.t .t.lll.tjl tltltll 1W. t tifticinlit. but were unwilling to do mil to all good citizens of Lincoln .. a .. " Ceding cluckens , the back yard clock Thursday norning the 14t)i. ".,! V " . ? . "7i assisting tho of .... ;"-'.:.- :: on indictment charg- - IfV trial . their part toward ....,,..,... It w lell .Jonquil w.lh the murder of Alhorr, t,lid HUUIBJ-HAllen Walker, the negro man who HL. had complained several days of ing hm in their wink. He mi id that the nutlunities Lrun..U. in bringing to iiunih one of xvn held over for perjury in conneciah. uur, n . a pain in his chest nnd suddenly was fouml,,, stepfather, e it. - in... , :.. ... ..lord., his officers will always enforce the law , , nii ,.:..ii..-- . i. tin- i, .. von ever tion with tho Cnrr cae, was? re , in worse Wednesday night. Dr. oC naii;Imahtt.T, the if the neoiile will only back them up, iiiihthat iikiuiui. be secure in our may wo lead. , .. leased from jnn this week on $50 I.asxvcll vas imnudtntely Mimmoned meiit for xvhii'h is irom two to twen. nev J. i. Jones, oi me ......:. iI"" nl)1 ,,roM.ryi oaposi ,;,,, bail, furnibed by George II. Karris, but Mr. Cummins was beyond medijieiiitentiary. e jeiir-- , in the cnillcll. speilKlllg lo l lie lesouuiunn Rcsoheil, That we denoiiuep in CARD OF THANKS by whom he had been employed for cal aid, nud after n few hours of r.tferrii by Mr. Db'koy, ""id thnt ho unmrasurrd terms the cnwaidl.v Mis. Alice .lordi, mother of . Henry i wis i fii iTiir" "... iiiv mini iriii- - si'Vciiil years. suffering th,. spirit took its iiiten-- e - " "l,i. ." " r"'" cowardice pmctiee of intimidating witnesses """' ' lid not believe it was the "itioII of lt. I1H11 v Umvn flight. Mr. Cummins wns "2 years ,-. if the people that was responsible by persona. ab,e and threats ' h!, illlle. nilll andJ JJ ; Ur. Vmer 'AINT IT A SHAME" of nge,- - was n member of Plensnnt for the violation of lnw, but the we urge every man or woman so "L" ".viiijinthy nnd w"" I Johnson Point Baptist cliurhi' nnd had lived on the part of the good saulted to report the criminal to tho "' M and I pray uif.l len.le.'cd t lo Sang Prisoners As Jailer Poured 10 u consecrated Christian life. He is people to shift the responsibility to promi- - nuthoritics that they mny be "' tw, n,llIV OI1 survived by his wife nnd seven chilinespeecn. wuin the shoulders nf some one else. Ho Gallons of Booze Out on Ground , , P'ecutinu. so"killlv dren, viz: Mr. Willinm Cummins, Mr!Tl.ETOK FOWLKR. nid that be believed the good peod of Buii'.ette. Texas., Mr. John Cumone of the nblest nrgu- - h ple of Stanford wanted to assure th0 r..ciMi;...,. U......I....1. Tl,,.i ii,... . , " :..,:. ...I . : Iu older o settle u coutroxer.sy mins of Xew Albany. Indiana, Mr. 1 ..... ir officii1 that they will coVoperato be furnished to the luteiio lournal "icnis ever uemen-" COMMISSIONER'S SALE! oxer tho ownendiip of the ten gal- - Ashford Cummins, of Louisville, Mr. 'tiiso here. Attorneys Hnrelxvood & with them, nnd is satisfied a better fir publication. Ions wf whisky, which xvns seized at Samuel Cummins, of Cincinnati, Mrs John-oi- l. defense, who conducted the lny for Stanford is coming. Plaintiff vs John II. J. u,u. f the late Anderson Curr, Mary B. Leach, of Lexington. Mrs. tbotli argued the case for the nei'ii Rex. P. L. Bruce, of the PresbyBR0DHEAD Snm Jaeknian, Defendant. about txvo weeks before he killed his . Koup, ot t ra.i Jicli.ua nud cu. terian church, declared that the t to u judgment of the wiv nnd then himself. Jailer W. II. Audcibou is 111 Louisville Mrs. Lillie Grnybeal, of this place. Xo case has heen tried here for good people ought to go on record Ciieuit Coint rendered nt Farmer ponied the liquor out on Rev. Jeffries prenched tho funeral 0ars that has attracted so much its Xoxember teim 1H04 in the ense ht. pround in ns ngninst nil forms of lawlessness this week, buying bpring goods. the jail yard this in the presence of a large audience AlMiss Etta Mooru spent Saturday juiiore- -t among locnl people. un well as the violation of the liquor and Sunday with her father in Beiea hert Jnrdi. xvns found dead in nn old above styled; the undersigned Com- xveek. of sorrowing friends. The remains luivr.. He said that they had become The two kegs coiitiiiuiug the xvhis. Jim MeCnll xvns up fiom Crab w,.j ncnr the Joidi home with a missioner xvill on were laid to rent in the Plensnnt in the temperance fight, kv were wound by Deputy Sheriff, W Point cemetery. Monday April 8tll, 1912 Orchard last week. broken noo nud fractured skull. It nnd should thus stand ready to B. 1). Kmbry. und Chief of Police Claude Owens i conliued to his vnq lt. theory of the prosecution County emit day. at about 1 P. M., The Misses Leach nnd Mrs. Potexery kind of lawlessness with e ter, of Lexington came to attend that he was murdered by his wile offer "for sale at public outcry to Carter, nnd taken into the City vigilance thut tbay hnd bed with rheumatism. ihe same They weie used ns Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Walliu nnd and his stepson nnd his body highest and best bidder the fol- - Hee the funeral of Mr. Cummins, the employed in that campaign. He asfainilv spent Sunday with hi., mothnnd lot of ence before the Ifist grand jury latter spent n few days at it described house thrown into the well to make o serted that it was, for the puiMse that he had' fallen in nnd land situated in Logan Town Lincoln which Imiught in the indictmont of Mrs. Routon. if encouraging the oftlcers that this er near Crab Oi chard. Xcw-laure- Mr. and Mrs. John nud drowned. The evidence xvns all cir- - county, and being the same property .'gainst Carr. and after that were Messrs. J. S. Dunlap and Claud held. inertia;? childreu, of Lebanon Junction, nre ciimstnntial but very strong. Bad dexised t.. the defendant, John Sam inrue.i io me eusumv ol me uuuur. Singleton have cone to Arizona. County Attorney W. S. Hurch, With Carr deceased, and the case who was present, declared thnt guests of Mr. ad Mrs. E. II. Xew- feeling wns proven to exist betxveen Jackman bv the will of his father ngninst him. of course, thus out of 'joidi on one side nnd wife and Craig Jackmnn. nnd bounded on the PUBLIC SALE! i with the law on laud. no tumble there question arose ns to T. S. Frith sold three ncres of laud stepson on the other. It was the North and East bv the lands of R. M- - " tb.. subject. He snid that officers to John Robbius nt JrP--.'i un acre. opinion of the six doctors who held L. Porter, on the South bv the land the disposition of the whisky. Tc I will offer nt public sale on tit the laxv are ready to Dr. W. E. Gt uvely, who bus been the autoiisy that the man was not of Dan VanArsdale and on the Wet gnlloiis of boore in a dry county like with the citizens nt nuy time, nnd Saturday March 30, . Lincoln, is some wet goods, nnd ery ill since Sunday, it better. bv the other Craig Jackmnn land. ill owned. nt nil times. He said that the ' there werP several claimants. Jail-f- v !nt my home on the Crab Orehnrd I, inn Howell was down from The object of this sale is to satis. get ubused by some, no mat-lSunday to see his family. GOOD SHOW MONDAY NIGHT plaintiffs judgment for $43.71 er Faimer said that Carr had given and Wuynesburg road fixe miles whnl they do, but thnt nfter they the whisky to him before he got into south of Ottenheim, two good work week, the Ed Hint was here hist The William Wiimher Company with interest thereon from Xoxember linve been in office n year or two, his lat trouble, but rather than marcs, one, in foal by jack, one good Kuest of "Uncle Pood." xvill offer one of the prettiest of 3. 1003 until paid at the rate of six 'their hides get thick, and they do ,' iiiiiiim. subieet to n. hnve any controversy about it, tho jemling maio edit, one Mr. and Mis. Bob Roberts, of Western plays dramatized from n ,,..r ..out -. --.n . .,.:.! 'not pny so much niieniiou o ulm-.- , ii.-.lu30 j 'popular Jailer, poured the whole cow with calf, txvo cows to be fresh Mnywond, nte visiting relatives hero popular book which has been rend i unit ..." 'nm nt unless it ms some legitimate foun' JWlions out on the ground, while one chiffonier, one "center table, one The residence of Mrv Jim Owens by the literary public nud is pro- 1903 .and the costs hereof. dation. TERMS.-S- aid sale will be made the prisoners in the jail are snid to and one seven yeurs to be fresh May caught on lire last Monday morn nounced one of the best. "Under joined in thnt good old song 23, one heifer, two ing. H wns soon put out ami very Arironii Skies" the offering tit h on a credit of six months, nud the have Joint lnw" s'opy of the new "anli-ho- p ' yearling steers, one yearling cnlf. xvill be required to e- - "Ain't It n Shnme." done. little dinnnge was opera houpe on Monday March 25th purchaser ns it is cnlled, nnd rend the bill to Farm implements. One reaper, ono Henrv Anderson nnd Wullnee fomes well recommended laud under ecute bond with approved personnl meeting. He snid thnt it LONDON WOMAN DROPS DEAD cutting disc burrow, 'one good sadthe Haggaid were in Livingston Sunday tP Slime direction s "Dan Cupid" security for the purchase price, payeffective about the 12th of dle nud different kinds of hnrness, Mrs. L. II. Hilton, ot Stnulord, spring. So able to tile undersigned Commisnnd Teiternted the opinion that visited her pureuts,bere last week. whieli ployed here lastrecommending sioner, und bearing interest nt the London, Kv March 10. Mrs. W. a lot of lumber and all kinds of x have no fear of wny license the town may grant for funning tools. Also my household n Mr. Alfred I.eeee. ot the Copper the attraction. rate of si per cent per milium from II. Bffirniy wife of n the snle of hops nfter thnt tinin Creek section is very ill day of sale: and a lien will be re- dealer iu farm implements and ma- (goods consisting of n bedroom suit, twwjW not prevail ngninst this law. served on the land to secure tho chinery of this city, dropped dead one chiffonire, oue center table, one J.'G. Frith bought u truct of laud BACKACHE ALMOST oue Tie explained that the state grants adjoining his fntherV phfee. from UNBEARABLE. payment of said bond, and same on her front porch at f o'clock this lotuige, two tnbles, eight chairs, n soft drink license, but ns he shall have the force and effect of morning. A fire' alarm had been rocker, two beds, two sats of bed Scott for "r37f. Robeit it. this new Inw eliminates n judgment. Witness my hand this given und Mr. und Mrs. Murray had springs, one kitchen stove, und one John Evnns, who is travelling n almost rertniu result of kid of soft drinks such Colgate & Co., of Knoxville, wns I from the list gone out on the porch in their night heating stove, one sewing machine, u i), Toomey, 803 E. March 20th' 1012. )pv trollj,ic C. clothes to learn the location of the lot of coxv pens, about 20 bushels of M. C. L. brinks as hops, ate, or anything hero first of the week. Olivo St,. Hloomington. 111., says: H j K. D. PEXXIXGTOX. 'continuing alchohol, or upon which fire. The alarm continued to sound potatoes nnd many other things too suffered with backache nnd pains He tfhe Ttovernment requires n tax. you hnvo rheumatism in und sexeral persons fired shots to numeious to mention. Sule begins CASH SETTLEMENT When PROMPT in my kidneys which were nhnost un wsriin snid thnt in his understanding nttrnct people to nssist in control- nt 10 o'clock. I gave Foley Kidney Pills your foot or instep apply ChamberT it. I...., . nnv IlKOtlKA (tin tflWIl ' 1 recommend Jesse D. Wenren, the bearable. Terms mnde known on day of sule lain's Liniment nnd you will get ling the fire. Mrs. Murray, who .. "'V iii inn ' M.111. niwl the eonmnnies a good trinl, nnd they done wonderJOSEPH ABT, n quarter. was subject to heart failure, 7c t nt'edV W for their prompt ful work for me. Today Icau do quick relief. It costs but n'ye Waynesburg, Kentucky excited nnd dropped dead by For sale by 0. L. not feel the Why suffer! o oi, a hnrd dnv's work and 24-M. It. Johnson, Auct. lnw, if . and liberal payment of the new -ber husband's side. ohler .Penny. J. M. M CARTY. effects." Shugnrs nnd Tanner. any of the March 10, 1912. he should attempt to sell go FARM SPECIAL TO STOP FOUR TIMES IN LINCOLN Agricultural Department to Run Special Train For Benefit of Farmers of the State. The State Depaitmcnt nt Agriculture is preparing to send out u specinl agricultural train over tha State to give tho fanners of th state, the benefit of lectures nud demonstrations of scientific farming by experts. The farm special will consist of eight cms. One will be devoted to dairying, one to horticulture, one to live stock nnd poultry, one to field crops, one flat car for exhibition of the live stock, one for home eticono-tnie- s (xvomen's work), and two living conches for the lecturers. Vurious topics under the above heads will be discussed by the best The train authorises available. will afford rare educational opportunities. Literature on various farm topics will be given nwaj;. Xo money or Inbor has been spared to make this train literally a "university on wheels." Four stops are to be made by this social in Lincoln county. It will be in Stanford nt three o'clock March 30th, and remain hero two hours. Before coming here, however, it will stop up the road at Crab Orchard being scheduled to arrive there nt 12:30 o'clock, nnd proceeding on here nfter the work there is completed. i r M ".' ,.,., . Il,, coin-initte- A, n, ,,t instruc-resolutioi- f. m. Sn-agens- ap-an- ' ten-?- hi-.- n, )'' mw.le ,. Waynesburg nnd Morelnnd will nho receive visits from the Farm Specinl but not until Aprii 23, when another seetion of file train will be run. It will arrive at Waynesburg: at" 9 o'clock on April 23, and at Morelnnd at 11 :30 o'clock the same day, proceeding northward. A great many fanners will undoubtedly be present on nil these occasious to receive many helpful suggestions nbout their daily work. Thn frnin will tin mmlr. im 1,1 ItiA fnllnvrin.. r,W. rny Vi 1 !lt Ua fi-c- er "I.u.i".:Jorili. I ' ... .... ..'..., ..,( P' ... . ' .' tLinaythmritA.fy , ns.J0 ,'"., "" 1 ' ,,,Unel . ,,,,. ,,,,...' 1 .. .,..,, ,., ! t. Put-sunli- Dink-Lincol-n ( in-ou- op-jw- Po-th- ('"''. np-pe- thc-hom- s ! I of-'fic- er devoted to agronomy and xvill be in charge of George Roberts, of the College Agricultural ,and Joseph Wing, the agricultural authority from Ohio. The second car will be in chnige of.Prof. Mathews, of the Horticultural depaitment of the college. Xo. 3 will be the Domestic Science car in charge of Miss Knowles, Denn of Domestic Science of the University of Ioxva; Miss Aubyn Chinn nnd .others. Car Xo. will be thq diner nnd Xo. 5 the Pullman. Xo. 0 will be devoted to the dairy business. Car Xo. 7 will be o palace horse car nnd will linx-- ns representatives of the world two typical steers, txvo milch cows, two hogs, two sheep and n department devoted to the poultry industry. The last car will be a flnt exhibits and de car for Every branch of monstrations. farming, fruit growing nnd livestock xvill bo represented. I'rncticnlh" every stop two hours will be given for the lectures and grcnt crowds nre expected to turn out for .instruction, nil jf which is free to those who attend. There will be thiity four persons nboard the train, President Henry S. Barker, of the State University; Dr. M. A. Scovell, of Experiment Station. Commissioner of Agriculture Xewmnn, lecturers from the agricultural college und Eastern anil Western Xormnl schools. Distinguished lecturers from other stntes upon all farm subjects and representatives It is thought QorL of the press. McCreury will board the train at Frankfort for n two or three days' journey. , .,vn .! i ". e n .vx 1 .y m .. ,.. ..". r - BEE LICK David Gentry filled his rcgui lar appointment st Bethel Sunday Rex-- . ld Jui. well-know- f',j., J. M., Brownsohl his stock of goods to A. J. Cri.der. Mr. Crider will take charge nbout the 20th. It. M. Reynolds who has been clerking in J. M.Reynold's store,' is going to Harlan county. M. M. Taylor will take charge of , the store for n few days. Born, to the wife of J.,M. Reynolds on the 17th a fine boy, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Elder spent last Saturday night, nnd Sunday xvith T. C. llnmm, of (juail. Rev. C. C. Metcnlf visited the fuir sex Sunday. W. T. Tnylor sold n fine horse tot $135. Mrs. Mnrthu Hogue U with Mrs.-Ilulda At ford who is very sick. Miss Maude Singleton is .visituMr" .Mrs. Xora Hays nt Louisville. " Iat. H. rS :,ffi L ,i ,..., it. li' i01,. ' x - be-en- '' I k5 WHLfWJP U i T THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. k NATURE'S lo Nature' tiwi are nerte if only e ohey them, hut discate followi ditohedt ence, itraitit to lun jr llie cure, to the forelj there are mrterie there, tree some of which we can.Uthom for you. Take the hark ol the with mandrake root, OreJon (rape root, utonc root, queen root, hloodrimt and eal root, make a scientific, ftlyccric extract ol them, with Just the rtfut Keld proportions, and ou flild-chcrry ILlAlTVw. BOWEN C. T. Sniiditlpc lost liU best fnmi-l- y horse which linq been sick for several Monks, Arthur Stnton tins n rent nick hoi pc nt this writinji. hns returned C'larciitc Uolibins home nfter n short stny with his sifter, Jlrs. Lillie Cornejv 1'nt Pniichcrty, hns returned home from High Hridgc Stem Hnell spoilt Snndny with hi mother, Mi-- . Miilcim lusell. llntipiicrty pi'iit bun-dn- y 5lii DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.. It tdok Dr, Pierce, with the mmtancc of two learned clicmit and plurmu. cisti, many months of hard work experimenting to prlcct this vegetable alterative and tonic extract of the tfrcjtctt efficiency. Mr. C. V. r..WLr.r,of Mlllvllio. Cnllf .writes: "I wish jour'UoMon Mrdlcal Disto toll you that I hnvo u covery' In my family lor twenty rcir. Wo ha li,.i! a doctor calk! In but oticeilurliw that tlmfl. I linvo a family cf ton children, nil ill tul hearty, for which, to a sroat eU"it, wo uwe thank to jm and your ' Holden Medical Dlscuvcv ' atd ' IV W which wo ilo when lcU." CVT. Tawity lVy. lic Stops Neuralgia Pains Sloan's Liniment has a on the nerves. It stops neuralgia and sciatica pams instantly. PUILIC SALEt I will sell nt public miction on Saturday, March 23, 2 1. 31., fomo household nnd kitnt chen fuiiiitiitc, nt my home in Joslah Bishop. Ky., litis-touvill- e, Forage and want J u .Willi!- iu UII i rM - .".Ms' ksk ft mLSM r - u - ?r?.'-i Ay i southing effect h ft v.i K (.' j3?.v.t4 'll('lyl'l ' it:"?zF. What kind of insmnnce do you wniit? Fiili & Bromley hne it. 23-t- f ,t v.V Dr. Tierce's I'lcasattt Pellets regulate and invijtorato stomach, liter and bowels, '"'""'f-d- , tiny granules. f ' FARMERS, ATTENTION ! with her cousin, Myrtle nnd Suio White. 31 in. C. T. Snnditlirc spent "Kiidny in Dnnillc shopi)inr. 31rs. 1). 11. mid dniiRhter, 'ttirjrii'. spoilt the dny with h'-- r r 3Ir. Pinkie 31c0iiT Inst Friday. 3h. Klunkth Fox i frit lid and teintive in Imrgiii. 3tntt Sim rp. of I.ihcity, was the C. ('. White. f;ii?t of hi- 0 'or;.v Coffey, of South Folk, hns luoM'd Ku' v ? ". ,i Here's Proof Mrs.l Mkh., tNe . best nwdicmo All ritt pn M. InVemi It if i ' ' Mojn' it ithviTf " truijr c timM ant. I murit t it It hj mjt jour treet, 1 IO tuit nan'i u1 t ccfUituydo nlmf nj f I Mr An CumbcrUnl. Ummert did iimI tp ! w t , MJ Cir ' - t eiMerjr luuvh. tor fmi hart POULTRY COLUMN O O Keluible Breeders of 1'uie O O Bred Poultry Curd of Five O i'i ... . ,. Lines SI . . -. t- O i. vJ .( .,, . ... V, i vv J- r - V 'f ,, SLOANS LINIMENT matism, backache, throat and !prains. At all dealers. is the best remedy for rheu- Lirivr" ni C-wflP- flMiB-m miw ' ciUte!0 V . SJ '.iZi' y w s iiT. while vcm can Have money in the bank when old age Start an or misfortune overtakes you. ' V. KT.. 7JSsx 7'iAfM -- Tijir- "" - hue to mnkp his extra plow and rig up an extra team. REMEMBER that we can furnish you THE OLIVER PLOW and that our stock of Collars, Har ness, Bridles and Breeching is greater than ever, as we have gtv-e- a this line our special attention. On account of the late Spring you will probably be forced to buy an Tilfoid Iiu-c- fi from .. mug home tins returned homo .tny with liis jinind-moth- future sore "Tomorrow,, May Be Too Late." a --- er 3lr. St 11 11 Tilford 3lccr, of ford. 3lr. Arthur Stnton hn return- i'd home from u short Mny with County. in Cn-e- y C. C. Look out for mad doss. White lind n dojr to so nuul lmt did not hint niitliiiiL'. 3Ii. Clinitecn is slowly improv-iii!- ;. n. Price 2Sc.,SOc.and $I.OO II tin, fault. II 3 nnd l'oul try tent Irrc. AilJrc&t i'" Dr. Earl S.Sloan Doton,MaM. S. C. Crystal White Leghorns d l.ci'.s with re- Fiom eonls of oxer "00 eggs u jenr. The ti.ip-ue-te- Tf ' ''JTWil ryihyr jT-.vif i 'iKfttoi&i Jf - t. account here today. A dollar will do it i i W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. lv Highest Market Prices For All idnds ot Produce, Hides and PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND Furs. for all purposes. 80 if ou want to build a bouse, a barn, a chicken coop, a dojr bouse or a fence, come We have here for the materials. all sorts and sizes in both ro'igh and finished lumber and if we cannot suit you in kind, quantity, quality and price, nobodv can, I Al I PW Stanford Kv 3Ii 3riirstierite Snndidue wns the aue- -t of her con-i3Ir. Newell, The wedding hell will ring: in this -- eetion Mioti. Feed of nil kind- - i very ten roe mound here. .Hoin. to the wife of 3Ir. nnd 3Irs. Newell, n fine baby fiirl. Lee Ofiildi' died nt iU home near Hnrri'. Creek, Febmnry 14, nnd wns h.iried nt the Benedict graveyard. lli'V. Shoue preached his funeral. been confined to his bed He ha He leaves seven fmil teen year. daughter.- - two sous nnd wife to mourn his lo . In early mnnhnod he joined the Baptist church nnd since that he has loved his church nnd did all man could do townrd the kingdom of God. Truly n good man lias gone. 3Iny God comfort nnd nbide with thy loved ones who See us before you sell, net price remain. While it U sad to part yet In country or delivered. we believe that lie who placed us hi'i. knoivs bet when to take us hence. We bow in siihtni ion to good bye. Hi will and We Pay SIMS Mi TODD that pas. l'gg- - from No. 1 pen .'J..f0 per l." egg- -, other pell- per 11 ?7.00 per 100. Get in the laying Lock Box class. Order todov. 500. A. C. Al'ord, Stanford, Ky Agent for Tulniie iiicubators d not Call at to overheat. ilioif-nnd see sample. -! gunr-,anteec tram that hns h the STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ivy. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profits $4,098.94 Deposits $75,481.90. W. L. McCarty Prcs. M. B. Salin, Cashier. Cora Sims, age 'Jl, nnd 31r. Todd, ngt '22, were tin it oil in the holy bonds of matrimony, nt the home of the bride's uncle, T. N. Sim, near 3IcKinuey, Febmnry 23, by Hev. K. G. 3Iartiu. The biide is u popular young lady while the of near Wayne-bur- g, groom is n fireninn, on the Q. & C, inilroad mid the sou of Hev. It. K. Todd, of Eubank- -. This young couple will make their future home in Danville. Their many friend? wish them joy and happines- -. WritDAISY SIMS. ten by their eon-iVrm-trong hi S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. The laying strain that fills the egg basket in zero weather; early maturing big boned fryer. Setting egus house delivery $.100 per 15; -- hipping eggs $1.50 per 15. Mrs. A. C. Alford, Stnnford, Ky. INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS Eggs for sale $1 per setting of 12 or .'1 for 45. All orders receive prompt attention. Wolford N. Lov-el- l. It. F. D. No. 1. Box SO. Stnnfoid CHICAGO, ILL., COLUMBUS, DETROIT, CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, 0., MICH., 0., 0., 'TOLEDO, 0., AND ALL POINTS NORTH. ATLANTA, ALA., TEX., NEW ORLEANS, LA., KNOXVILLE, TENN., GA., BIRMINGHAM, GALVESTON, DALLAS, TEX., AND ALL POINTS CHATTANOOGA, JACKSONVILLE, TENN., FLA., SHREVEP0RT, LA., EASILY REACHED Ky. BUFF ORPINGTONS I am getting 21 dozen eggs n week from 80 hcn. Setting of 15 for $1. C. C. Withers, It. F. 1). No. 2. Stnnford. Ky.. Phone 14.1-- SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. all points North, East, South and West VIA H. B. Northcott. PHONE 153. DID SOME GOOD WORK THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. rOR fAHCJ AND ALLOTHtR iNfOKMATIOS, T. K. Tudor. Mgr. Farm work '.lowly in t 111 ALBIA Notice! Poultry Raise Cholera. Gapes, Limberneck. Roup, Canker,. HOVH All OOOD Diarrhoea and all Diseases ot Poultry SO ODHK. XO PIT uwd Rtoff 4-- II --44 for jreuiudUunkitlhebcst Mm Kali. Bnrul. Btidrfown. Ky.. Ti: lcurnpudliiiiittrark withoalluL poultry trtpedr moV. dropped dowi lh tall of 1 Will Cocnm. BtftMowa, kr . mtk atop oi Reap. 1 On dackrn UU tk. worm ud tdmc. tb chick iuuailr. hi i the bal prenuiT. 1 lux rvef uxd." Mffl. Curutccd by J. Host. Cromc, Bardstotrn. Ky. Price SOc at all Drngisti. W I "lliw 1" ud OLD BY SOLD BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. WE WANT MORE NEW CUSTOMERS M DDann WeWantToSellOur Old tm Customers More Coeds. We carry a fall line of Fmitwre Carpets Mattings Druggets " )PSmaszzz.mz-s- m Kigs WaU Paper Lace Curtains - progre ing very vicinity. - cleaning n Geoige Sturgeon large plot of new ground, thinking he - going to mie n lot of corn tin- - summer. Corn and feed stuff is getting very scarce nnd high. 3Ii. C. P. Wiiectdon who has been very sick U better nt pre-en- t. Andy Black has returned home from viiting hU father, who is very sick. W. 11. Anderson is nlso on the sicl: list. i Buff Orpingtons Kveiett Gooelt nnd 3Iiss Yincc Engli-- h Munry married the 34 int. EverySalmon Fnvcrolles, eggs V. Steenbergen, sells, build, J. body was surprised. ana adjusts scales at rock f2 per 15; ?5 per 50; Indian Homier Dave Chamberlain says he can- bottom prices. See nan for prices Duck': that lay the penil white eggs not fell any diffeienco in this being before you ouy. Address Stanford. It 1 per K!; X50 per 50; $0 100. V. D. No. 1. luu-- t My stock came from the lllue leap ear. winder.- - of this country. 3Inke EXECUTOR'S SALE! BLUE LICK your start with the best blood. Al ways gln.l to show my birds to nny Of Personal Property The good people here nre iu hopes one iutei'sted. Mrs. Sam Emtiry, Jr. As Executor that the new church will bo finished of the estate of Stniiforil, Kentucky. by the second Sunday iu 3Iny, so Anderson Carr, deucensed. I will of CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS. they can have church and Sunday fer nt public sale on The big winter lnyers. From M'liool. Some of the good ChristSaturday, March 30, 1912. $30.00 mating; eggs from ian- me getting hungry for Bioth-e- r ut 1 o'clock P. 31., nt Nunne'lley's -t pen .f!t; from 2nd pen $1.50 per It. June- -, Bi other 3IcClury and Stock Vaids, Stnnfojd J. Kejitucky. Biother Singleton, of Stanford to The following property 2 15. S. C. Rhode island Reds TompEggs $1.50 per 15. nnd give a glorious good talk. giay work mares, 1 mule, 0 head of kins strain. 'all 3frs. A. J. Daugtierty is on the hogs, 4 calves, 20 goats, 1 buggy, 2 Indian Runner Ducks that lay the sick list. wagons. 1 No. 1. double barrel shot- white eggs $1 per 11 egg. I have Mis. J. II. Stringer is on the sick gun, 3 pistole, 1 fino bird dog, spared neither menus nor time in list, but is better lit tlii- - writing. (bitch) fanning implements, tools, selecting this stock. They are from prize winning nnd hoavy laying Mrs. Wes Naylor is quite ill. hurncss etc. guaranteed. W. G. Daugherty has been yeiy Also one cooking range, household strains. Satisfaction A. C. Hill, Stnnfoid, Ky. It. F. I). ill. and lias been prevented from nnd kitchen furniture, store fixhauling milk to the eienmery, but tures, show cases and other articles WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. is better now. too numerous to mention. $1.00 for 15, also Indian Huuiier L. 0. Daugherty viited his brothTerms. All sums or f 10 or under "n&h iu hand. Sams over $10 u Duck csgs $1.00 for 12. Mrs. L. P. er and sister ut Neat's Creek. daughter are credit ot sixty hiys note with ap- Nunnelley, Lancaster, Ky., It. It. No. W. II. Stains and at the nick bed of his daughter, 3fi. proved security, payable nt the Lin- 2, Phone Stnnford Exchange 108 A We- - Naylor. coln Count v National Bank, Stan-foiS. C. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS. Ky. The farmers ure getting along The best winter tavern. Our hens A. T. NUNNKLLEV. Executor slowly burning tobneco beds. laid 1,100 egg in Februnry. Mrs. R. L. Berry, Phono icLayers-Payers-S.C. Senator Hubble, Bepre.-entntiDouglas nnd MeClnre lidded long fenthei-to their caps when they succeeded iu having pa ed the bill increasing the pay of the lady teaeh er nt the Kentucky School for the Dent', in I lii- - ril. Tile Jtrojile ho know, the cimiiii-tiineale loud in their irni-e- -, of the-- e men. At pie-cu- t, lis we understand, the Imlv J teacher.- ieceie the ridiculous of ifOOO it j ear for work worth twice that amount. Under the new law they nro to receive .!)00, which is moie iu kceiiug with what the woik is worth. The men who hud the vote passed are entitled to a vote of thanks by everyone who believes iu fair piny. Danville 31c cnger. ve s UU SI, ON OR WRITE . II. C V. A. K1SO. Powntcr inj Tkkct Agral, 101 nCCKLI'.K, General Pswtiifcr Aftnt, C. Main IXAINOTOV, KY. CINCINNATI. OHIO SPRING SUITINGS! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT OF LINE SPRING SUITINGS IN NEWEST PATTERNS, LATEST STYLES AND ALL COLORS. Prices 15c, 25c, 50c, and $1 Yd WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION. ALSO BIG LINE OF TOBACCO CANVAS AT RIGHT PRICES. WE HANDLE ONLY GOODS OF QUALITY AND GUARANTEE PRICES. I pr Kib-Im- ui Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. ss to-w- it: Use Baughman's Flour and Meal NONE BETTER Order a sack from your grocer today, and we'll guarantee you will be pleased. We're making a great flour this season, the finest for biscuits and light bread you ever saw. --El-!-- Flour d, I Ms TrwksaidJ Sewi Macfcaes DDDDD I W A.TIJHBBLEjkentucby! Ma II We have had experience with many Eczema. Taorlaila. and other kln troubloa are cauned by myriads of remedies for skin trouble but have L'nleaa never seen such remarkable cures ui Kerms at work In the akin. InPrescription. tliene germa are promptly destroyed those from V. I). CONCRETING they rapidly multiply, enawlne their stant relief from the very first appliWo aie in position to do all kinds way deep Into the sensitive tlsaue. cation. We are so confident that D. D. D. This Is what causes that awful Itch, and I'hat seemed a mere rauli will reach your case that it will cost of concreting, Mich ns Block Woik, may row worse and develop Into a you nothing If the very tint full size Pavements, and in fact, we can miiko loathsome and torturing skin disease bottle falls to make cooa every claim. any V'lth Its years ot misery. If you have skin trouble of drop anything from a house down to n advise you to lon't take any rhancest Destroy the kind we certainly the merits of t). lieKlimlm; of the trouble In and Investigate lurms at the !. fence post. Call and get our prices ivlth that sootlilm; and cleaiuliiK wali, V. anyway. Wo know that I). V. IX befiiro jou buy your material nt the P. D. 1). Proscription for llczema. A I5c bottlu will prove this to you. will help you. least. SHUGARS & TANNER. DRUGGISTS. STANFORD. KY. PHILLIPS BROS., Stnnford, Ky. Germs Spread in Skin t. le, 7-- L. WHITE PEKIN DUCKS $1 Per Setting. Morgan S. Baughman, Stanford, Ky. that J. H. Baughman & Go, STANFORD, KY. fyjtmmme i MiirtiT-rrrif ..'! '. -- -- jypyffManaqqHtfinaamHIWvvriaiiuii. -- (nrr S i ' rii "j1-r iirimmii " awtim m.'ii-,i" r- i uwbw - in - THE STANFORD IMTCJOB.JOUJt.NAlf STANFORD, KENTUCKY SHE GAVE UP : rjiL fu 0 LANCASTER . r . NOT SAY YOU'RE OLD Tho Clinutnuqiia Circlo met SatYou Only Feel Old urday nftcrnoon nt tho homo of Mm organs nro weak don't DlKCstlvo II. V. Hudson. nsslmllato food ns thoy used to. Lldcr F. M. Timlcr lnm returned niysklM FiHed To Help Mrs, from Indinnn wlicro lio was engaged Other organs net moro slowly nnd less effectually. Green, lut Sht Riutly Ftund rcvivnl of three in n successful niood Is thin nnd sluggish. Renowal of strength does not equal weeks. RcUef. Ir artful. William Christopher, Jr., nnd, Miss tho wear and tear of your system. That's what makca you feel old. Tilliu Wiiltim, of Jliirim Vistn drove Nothing In tho world will tono up Meetifl. V. Mm. J. C. Green of this to Riirsin nnd wero soon united in nnd Invigorate thoso weak, pUce, nftjn: "I suffered with womanlr so that I could hardly sit up. wedlock' holy bond, the Nov. Simptroubles organs, mako rich blood nnd CroTwo ot tho best doctors In our town son officiating. at strength to quickly as Vlnol. treated me, and I tried different mediMoss bought 20 neres of W. Vlnol Is not n secret nostrum, simcines, until 1 gaTo up all hopo ot aver Intid of Mr. Tnylor Rniney nt fl27.- - ply tho medlrlnnl elements of tho getting well. Ono day, I decided to try somo Car- f)() per ncrc. mis is a goon mui., cods' livers, with tho useless nnuseat-In- g dul. It did so much for mo that I oil eliminated, and tonic Iron addnew Danville rond, two ordered somo moro, nnd It cured mot nnd is on te ed. Try n bottlo of Vlnol with tho Today, I feci as well ns I ever did In miles of town. understanding that your money will :': my life. Ktlltor nnd Mrs. I.ouis Lnndrnni, bo returned If It does not mako you Tho rains nnd tho trouble aro all of here upon stronger, feel younger and giro you onnin . Danville gone. I feel like another person In every war. I wish every sufferer could tlie death of Mis. Lnndrnm' mint an added Interest In llfo. !R Mi Rettie Smith. know what Cardul will do for sick Mi-- s Mnllie Sold by Penny's Drug Store women." ii West tins returned from n plcnsnnt A fow doses of Cardul nt tho rlfiht .1. Wesley West from (Jeorgo Ilroadilus 2. will savo many a big doctor bill, stny with Mesilnmes time, ntni Millnrd F. West in Washington by preventing serious sickness. shouts nt 3 1 cent".; from It tones up tho nervous system, nnd City. Mrx. Snrnli Mnret, of Shelby-i!l- e Robert Clark 10 12."i pound slionts helps mako pale checks fresh and ro3T. Mrs. Jnek nt .f5.'J,'i per liiimlieil; from We-le- y is viiling her er Thousnnds of weak women havo been restored to health nnd happiness by Adnnw. Mrs. W. M. Hiirnetlc is tlio Ronnie 7 150 pound hogs nt . 2 using Cardul. Rnpposo you try It. gue-- t of lelntives in tho Fulls City. per pound. It may bo Just tho rucdlclno you need. Mr. nnd Mrs. "Mnurico AsliUr of eeuls bought .'10 honts Frank. Tliomp-o- ii K, n. Write twtJtsm'M'htrY Pm.. 91"',", ' Cincinnati nre with Mr. nnd Mrs. from Arch D. Stevens nt from 1.23 nom mmwai jnHnxunnt. njM-rl.."0 per hundred. J u. nnnioni. tor nam," int In plain rcptr, xii4ui. ... .iims i.ciur .iii, ..:: to . r.. J. C. Mnrgnn sold u lot of baled liolicris wim in riiniiuni mi ii inn. of M'Vernl dnvs with her cousin Miss ut 30 cents per bale. HERE IS A REMEDY THAT WILL Annie Davis MclfobcrK Mr. nnd htniw (Irent regret wns, felt here when CURE SKIN AND SCALP .Mrs. Powell Duncan, of Nicholns-vill- e, the news wns received of the denth have been culled heie by the of Mrs. Annie F. Adams in Louis Q AFFECTIONS. critical illness of their daughter Mrs. ville, wheie hho had gone about m S. (I. Hiihi'ldfii. Mrs. Al Anderson is three weeks ago to accept n position And Wc Can Prove It. in Lexington with her sister Mrs. in n millinery store. She wns taken W. T. Ilr wning. Mr. nnd Mm. Jim. suddenly ill by fainting ut her place The Fenny drug store snys to Pright oi this county will leave of busfuesH ,nnd was taken first to person be it man, woman or shortly to reside in California. Mr. tho Cntholio Woman's Club nnd Int child who lias nn irritntcd tender Hid Mrs. It. 11. Rntson have return- er to the Jewish Hospital where her itching SKIN or SCALP, you ed from Chicngo where they inspect -- lenth occurred Friday due to a lin of d and purchased a Iinnd-unneed not iuffernnothcr day. "Wo licinnrilhign on the brain. Jits. n refined skin preparation that dies c N for theii store. Mm. Adams was 43 yeaif of ngc H hnc .1. II. Panders nnd ehildrcn of Richnets instantly und will bring you nnd tho widow of O. L. Adnms, who mond are visiting Mr. nnd Mm. Win. preceded her by about 12 yeaM. iwift and mini results. I.i.ivell. She leaves two sisters Mrs. Joe Ono wnrni bath with SOAP Tli(. sale of the stock and produce nnd ono application of .HMO nnd of the late Alev Oiblis wns held on Arnold nnd Mrs. .Jmncs Turner, of you will not suffer another moment the 1 Ith. I'npt. Am Ronnie serv- Richmond, and 2 brothers: WilliamTerrill, of Richmond nnd John Tcrund you will soon nee n cure in pistil ing ns auctioneer. too,: following arc some of the rill, of Knnsns. The interment Z12MO nnd 7.K.MO SOAP nre provThe nftcrnoon in the Saturday plnce A en cures for every form of skin or pneeobtained: scalp affection. They nre sold by iiorso mule In L. (5. (Jihhs for flS5; Lnncnsttr cemetery, the service be-iconducted by her former pastor, one lending druggist in every eity tw- - mare mules to snnie for or town m America nnd in Stanford, n inure mule to .1. S. Ranchman, Rev. C. C. Rrown. Mrs. Adams wns by Penny's Driiir Store. (of Rovle county for 1S."i; a year- - for sometime an operator in the Iins mule to S. L. Oibbs fn- - 1.VJ; n Lancaster Telephone exchange nnd LOW COLONIST RATES much endeared herself to the citifor .?"."; n mule colt to TO geldins liroiight ?l.Vi; n brood zens by her geniality nnd unfailing Designations in the West, North mare to S. L. Oibbs for lfio; nn courtesy. west and Southwest. Mis Mollie Smith died nt an brood mnre to same for SCi; n iigt-VIA lot of timothy hay brought $17.30 early hour nt her home in this city SOFTHKItN RAILWAY bunds of corn wns on lnt Saturday morning, nfter a per ton; Tickets on sale daily until April 5th sold to J. S. Ruble of Ruena Vistn, grndunl decline of seveynl years due 1912 nt from X."0 to i?tl.(IO per barrel, to rheumatism and n subsequent deI i For further information, ask nny oat brought .X."0 per hundred. velopment of heart disease. Agent, Southern Unilwny or write to W. T. Sehastin hold 3,0110 pounds She was ever n patient sufferer A. R. Cook, E, D. Stratton, of tobacco on the Iv.ingtoii breaks during her mnny months of invalidDPA .St. Louis, Mo nt 14 and in cents nnd 1,100 pounds ism nnd ever greeted her many DPA Kvanvillc, Ind nt Richmond 'nt f20 per hundred with a welcom- afternoon in the Lancaster cemefriend- - and J. C. BEAM, JR., W. S. Privttt sold 1.1)110 pounds nt ing smile nnd u heart-fe- lt cordiality tery, a short service being held at AGPA, St. Louis, Mo. Danville nt 'TIS per bundled; W. .1. For sometime she wns n saleswoman the grave by her late pastor, Rev. 0. Thornton sold 1.400 pounds nt nn in the Ratson Mercantile establishI. Rash, the Raptist minister, of Many Republicans in Washington average of el".-).'- ; Sweeney Moignn ment where she formed many which church she had been n memnow arc snid to believe thnt n com- sold H.oCi pounds at Lnnenster for nnd became very popular by ber for many years. promise cnudidnte, jirobnbly Justice 8 4 cents; Dishon Rrothers sold her ready service nnd unfailing Hughe- -, will be found necessary three loads nt 9 cents per pound. HIGH CLASS WORK qnnintnnccs throughout this entire of the bitter feeling" aroused Lnwson nnd Rrown shipped on com t csy. by the content between Rosevclt nnd Inst Saturday a ear-loa- d of first-claShe leaves one siter, Mrs. II. A. Done By High School Boys In PrePresident Tnft. porkcra to Hubbard, Haus and paring Orations. B. MnrkOmry. of this eity. and 4 Senator Vnnlnmnn, of Mississippi, Ragsilale, nt Cincinnati, tho consignA. II. Rico. Louis for ment consisting of III.j bead, the fol- nieces. Mesonmcs lias declared for Underwood Snpt. J. W. li eland sent several Lnndrnm. II. Clny Sutton, J. M. lowing being some of their purchasPresident. Stiiuahton; nnd two nepiews. F. R. of the orations which the locnl High Champ CInrk made n fino es; From .1. S. Rich 10 IT,! pound Mnrksbury and Victor Lcnvell. her School boys nre going to deliver nt to tlio Kentucky Legislature lint's nt 0 2 cents; from Mr. entire, circlo being the orntoricnl contest here March 18 1 10 pound porkers nt 5 4 devotion to this Saturday nn.l was ncerded quite nn 30th. to Daniel L. Thomns, profesverv marked nnd beautiful. presided as cents; from Mr. Hisiiisht 10 ovation. Olhe .lnine The interment took place Sunday sor of Eiiglili Literature of Central hogs nt $..n."i iier hundred; Speaker during his absence. I'niverhity, to examine, and tho latter write concerning them: 'Dear I'rof. Ireland: I have lead the orations thnt you sent mo with considerable care and no little It is no mere conventional compliment when I sny that these speeches strike mc ns in tho case of several of them nt least being Whose wondtriul Root & Herb medicines have been making such wonvery much above the nverago of high derful cures for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the rendschool orations of towns much largers ntThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates offerer than Stanford or Danville." ed by its editor. The nnino of my grcnt universal remedy, is The above will show tho oratoriCOM--CEL--SA- R. cal contest to bo given by Stnnford High School will be on0 worthy of composed of 1G Roots & Heibs. It is nn ideal spring & fall tonic, stomthe patronage of all who have nny is a body & ach, liver, kidney, bladder & blood vemedy. interest in the county und city benerve builder of grent mirit & should he used both spring & full for ing in the vangunrd of educational putting tho blood & generul system in fine condition to meet tho neces-mi- y interests. Tho program will bo is sold nt all changes taking place at thoso seasons. with good music nnd drug stores, tho' some times, you find u liitiisl ho for sumo reason iiiiuiber. At Miss Jnckson will give will not hnndlo my remedies. In that case, I will, on receipt of tho price tend and eneourngo the laudable efis packof $1.00 send it postage pnid nny place on earth. forts of all school enterprises. ed & backed by a legal guarnnteo thnt gets back your dollar if nlso for fails to do what you buy it for. Call for C. A. Glossner, 24 Ontario St., Science Sope which is nmdo of pure vegetnblo oils Charlie White-Moon- 's Rochester, N. V., has recovered from for Human skin Only, 10c n bar, 3 for 23o & money bnck if yoy don't n long nnd severe attack of kidney happen to like it. trouble, his cure being, duo to Foley Mv years of experieneo as n cowboy & among tho Indians, give Kidney Pills. After detailing his & Herbs ns medicines, & I would like to send every ense, ho says: " I nm only sorry I mo n peculiar fitness & knowledge of the value of Roots greatest hook of ts kind ever published, entitldid not learn sooner of Foley Pills. render of this paper & any friends of yours, n copy of tho filled with stnrtling facts obtninuhlo nn plnco else, & costs you nothing In a few days' timo my bnckneho It is ed "The Cowboy Herbalist". ono for 1912, lithographed in fivo I will completely left mo and I felt greatbut a post enrd, & if you want ft fine cnlendnr, say so &round-up- mail you ly improved. My kidneys beenmo entitled "Rendy for tho colon, ft fino likeness of myself, stronger, dizzy spells left mo and I 11 letters cheerfully answered, information given relutivo to Roots & Herbs ns medicines. Cntholio . Prnlostnut Read Your Bible Ezekial 47:12. Kcclesiastes 30: 14, 1C, 10, 17 nlso Chapter 38; 4, C, 0, wns no longer annoyed nt night. I Write Revelations 22:2 I'snlm 103:14. feel 100 per cent better 6inco using St Paul' to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. 13 Shugnrs nnd Foley Kidney pills." "verses down, then read them. The Biblo says "Physician Heal Thyself" & so, if modern doctois with these YOU to bo cured? Tanner. mercury & other poisons can't heal themselves, what chances havo Yours for n long, clean, healthy & successful life. QUEEN 4. CRESCENT W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOReduced fares to Cincinnuti and If you write for information, hook or caleudar,address Dept. 7. return acount "Word in Cincinati" ALL HOPE o i$$$ii$ WATCH 0 o back-slidin- g o 0 a t". .t 12"j-pou- si-t- 1-- LB t' & c r, i ... ,....., .;. cv-ve- ry Automobile TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY a m - 2o-.-.- (): CUMMINS & WEAREN ! 3 -:- -:- $ $ Stanford, Kentucky a Missioary Exposition of interest to ail. Tickets on Sale March 11 to 13, inclusive; 18 to 20, inclusive, 23 to 27, inclusive and April 1 to 3, inclusive, good, returning, within four Apdays including date of sale. ply to nearest ticket agent, Queen & Crescent route, for full information. CHILDREN a FRUIT AND SHADE TREESr - vi-it- INJURED. ovcr-carcful H' ss -- 1-- 140-poti- Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. SYSTEMIC CATARRH RELIEVED byPERUNA. My Husband Also Uses in-te- Peruna. Mrs. ploturo accompanies resides uels, whoso this testimonial and who May rwlla Sam- at SjISIjP 353 H JJSSE A Com-Ce-S- ar JbW Com-CePS- ar N.Condo St., Tipton, Ind., writos Tho SjVB; Peruna Co., as follows : ' ''isjSjSjSjBSMSjfll Tight bot- Com-Cel-S- ar complotoly tles of Peruna Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel-S- cured mo of systemic catarrh of several years standing, and If my husband V- '!sjir t.ahmmaaaM SjlJlSHijlJlBBji badly or either of us catch cold we at once take Peruna." fools Stomach Trouble. Toledo, Ohio, writes: "I feel llko a new person. I hare DO more heavy feelings, no more pain, don't belch up gas, can eat mott any-Ma- g without it hurting mc. I want to be working all the time. I have Mrs. Wilson Robinson, 701 Nestle St., ". You cannot bo in the selection of medicine for children. Only the very gentlest bowel medicine should ever be given, except in emergency cnes. Ordinary pills, cathartic-- , and purgatives aro apt to do moro harm than good. They may cause griping, nausea and other distressing after-effec.that are frequently health destroying. We personally recommend aud guarantee, Resnll Orderlies as tho safest and most dependable remedy which we know, for constipation and associate bowel disorders. Wo have such nbsoluto faith in th0 virtures of this remedy that wo sell it on our guaranteo of money back in every instance where it fails to give entire satisfaction, and w0 urge all in need of such medicine, to try it at our risk. Rcxnll Orderlies aro eaten just like candy, nre particularly prompt and agreeable in actiou, may b0 taken at nny time, day or night; do not cause diarrhoea, nnusca, griping excessive looenes, or other undesirable effects. They have a very mild but positive action upon tho organs with which they como in contact, apparently acting as a regulative toniq upon tho relased muscular coat of tho bowel, thus overcoming weakness, nnd aiding to restoro tho bowels to moro vigorous and healthy activity. 4 Resnll Orderlies commonly completely relievo constipation, except oi courso when, of a surgical character. They also tend to overcome tho necessity of constantly taking laxatives to keep tho bowels in bot-mcondition. Tlueo sizes of packages, 10 cents, 23 cents, and 50 cents. Remember you can only obtain Rexall remedies in Stanford only at our store, Tho Rexall store Penny's Drug Store. ts al Strawberry plants, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, nnd Phlox. Everything for Orchard nnd Lawn, Gaidcn. Fiee Catalogue. , No Agents. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington, Ky. FARM FOR SALE! vtfl ,v Containing 200 acres with fino room houso half of farm in cultivation, the balance in timber. This Iniul Jays well and is well watered with branch and wolls a good stock farm adjoining tho town of Brod-hea- d. Will sell worth tho money. Teini3 to suit purchaser. Mrs. Linda Benton, 21-- 3 Rrodhcad, Ky. zd -- B. Jr D. CARTER, New Livery, Depot Street. a ift. rl va VtKX-- J 'Phnn STANFORD, Qfi KENTUCKY $&$ SPRING SUITING My new spring and summer samples are now ready for your inspec- XV tion. They comprise the best on tho market. I can suit anyone as to price who had his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure' is preferable to ready mado clothes. To have them made to measuTO doesn't cost any more than ready made when quality and fit is considered. Come in and let me take your measure. H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. J. C, McClary jrt f. t gained twenty-fou- r pounds. "People that see me now and taw me two months ago seem astonished. I tell them Peruaa did ft. I will say It U the only remedy for spring and HI other llmenU." tmd SURETY BONDS B X. HTWLAMD TAMrOftD, KY. FIRE INSURANCE UNDERTAKER AND KMIALMKR J STANFORD KENTUCKY Office 117. Hmm Mmm 31. Hm ' ' ." - 4 J, BRjMflLjVflBjVjMBjBjBjBHBjSjBjB BMBW.1. JLjggMsjsjsjsjgy-gsssjsi- i ft. wy 5KgtiTiTflPMHfnT',.1'11' " . w I st ""MM Xfff&vr fr V1 ' r WJ' '! ' "J1 !' K THE Jv ITAITfiat IMTCTWB JtUIMAL tTAwTtWt, KtMTUCKV. The Interior journal. Itttfellth 1171 M. SHORT LtCALt. THE Sea the best oil s.tove on the mar 22-t- f. ket at George H. Farris' STAMPED OPERA HOUSE, HILTON AUFHY,... Publisher V Mrs. Sara Holtzclaw, who has had d of Cotton Seed Meal rheumatism, is much improved. Just received. J. H. Bauflhman & Albert Dortnn sold n bunch of Co. shoats to Will Dawson nt 5 cents." L'25 neie of land to sell; can cut Mark Goins sold a nice horse the land to suit purchaser; this is 1 Squirrel Hill, to Tnvlor Rainy, price splendid farming land and n bargain Write to Bos 100, Stanford 22-t- f. .J250. of Mrs. Charles Dean is recovering J. D. Ends and Sons want 100.000 from a several days' illness. Her pounds wool. See them befoie you -to 14S-- 8 illness is Thought to be due to oysmi ell. Car-loa- d ter poisoning. This is the second of Northern White Seed all in b nttack she has had recently from Oats just in. J. H. Baughman & for eating them. k? Company. Robinson and Burnside have sold I will stand a jack their interest in the coal and feed at my farm on the Prenchersville and store nt Richmond to their other Stanford pike. He gets good colts partner, Mr. Broaddus. Mr. Robin ' n.nd is a sure breeder and will stand gon v o Ue iero for i.0me tiflie. 22-0at . 8.00. II. C. Anderson se after his farm, and other busi- Let the Interior Journal print your ness. horse and jack cards. Neat work Willinm Clark has returned to his dose promptly at rock bottom prices home in Jessamine county niter a For Sale. Four or five estra on visit to his son, Robert Clark. a Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Dye of ood work mares. Jns 11. Woods. 10-or Middleburg returned home Sunday, $100 Reward, $100. I will stand my grand horse PresTbe nadtn of hu tprr ill be rlnwd to ban after a visit to her parents Mr. and cordially tbtre k at leut one dmuJtd dtecue uat tcmra to ttt bwn able to cure la all lu nana, and that u Mrs. P. K. Swope. ton for the season of 1012 at my look Dabaa Roosevelt managers in North Catarrb. Rall'a Catarrb Cure to tat oelj jxxMn barn at Crab Orchard. He is in bet- Mr. J. W. Swope and family left run now known to tbe mrdlcal tratrrnlty. catarrn kota have notified Senator Dizon in betas a eo&sutuuonal disease, require a ronitlto Thursdny for Parsons. Kas.. where Jt?r shaPe th,s year than for Bome Catarrh Cure to Washington that in their opinion tkmal treatment. Halliupon tbe blood andtaken in. he will engage muroue ternatijr. acting dlrertlr in farming and dairy time fillu in for a splendid season. vurfaeea of the vyttem. thereby drftrormc the foundation Senator La Follette carried the nreaitb by of tbe dtaease. and rlTlwc the patient business. He will move on the farm VNill also stand my crack young k buudMf up the con.tltutton and mutinature In The stallion Preston, Jr., State in the presidential primaries ngmuch faith dolna lta work. powerebroorletorfl have belonging to Mr. W. C. Greening, of o In lu curative that tbey offer only weeks is known as the Jim Smith colt. He is for any caie oven former President Roosevelt and One Hundred Dollar tettlmonlala that It tali la that place. cure. Send for lift of by Preston and a grandson of the l will F. Taft. La Follette sup. Addreaa all J. CHENEY7Sc CO, Toledo. O. Henderson .the little President from Sold br im assort-l- t. Fan' t nil porters declare their majority to be "ake UaU Prunuu. for conitlpatlr . son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Swope, great show mare, Kate Malloy. sales-iorc- e srive vou morn President from 15,000 to 20,000. seems to be developing some talent Cards will be out shortly giving full Protect your loved ones with a life for music. He can sing Old Ken- details. J. C. Bailey, Crab Orchard, Taft figured little in the vote. will be with policy in the Old Northwestern. One tucky Home, and a number of other Ky. Northern seed oats for sale at the of the most liberal companies in the airs using the syllable "la". The The Somerset Journal went into world. Fish & Bromley. 24-t- f. mill. Hustonville Milling Company child cannot talk. the hands of a receiver last week. , 23-Pedro Green, wJio has been at Hustonville, Ky. We knew that with the good paper FV Wanted A good tobacco man to Lyons Station for the past year, DopgeU & Blanton, of Shelby he is getting out, it would be a very put in six acres of land nt Turners- - has gone to Swayzee, Indiana, and North Carolina, fonght in Boyle nnd '"al"ifo, nd short tim till Ed Walton had put nlle. See me at once. J. iNevin Car orders his I. J. changed there. of wgh. Marion counties, a car of mules and some of his competitors out of 23-- 1 ter, Stanford. horses last week. They were all good. They paid $200 to $225 each FARM FOR SALE! HER HAIR GREW for the seven horses, and $175 to Located on Crab Orchard and That's Why a Thankful Woman Re- Wnynesbuig rood five miles south $275 ffich for the twenty-seve- n Harry Sommer says in the commends Parslan Sage. News that if Kentucky of Ottenheira, owned by Joseph Abt, mules. Hollis BTown of Shellmnn, C"eC,!n FoUlard'' Silk Ga., bought fourteen horses in Boyle democrats want to instruct for a Crop" 59 acres of which 30 .nd G. L. Penny will sell you a 50c containing paying $150 to $225 each. Kentuckian, they should instruct for bottle of PARISAN SAGE and guar- acres are open ground. Also a lease J. A. Hammonds the Ollie James, who has more ability antee it to banish dandruff, stop for seven years on a 70 acre tract fanner of the End of the and brains than cither Clark or falling hair and itching scalp, or of land, of which 25 acres arc open county, formerly Wet Hubble secof the ground, on both places 14 acres of money back. It s a delightlul hair tion, had a ewe to bear two lambs dressing that makes hair lustrous wheat, 5 2 acres of oats, 2 acres last week, 'which is not an unusual aUo a charmin co,ctlon of Novel rye nnd 9 acres in grass. There are Senator-eleOJlie James has and fascinating. "r. good farm building? on the 59 acre thing, but the funny thing about the "In tLe spring I wns recovering declared himself as favoring the affair was that one was born on nomination of Woodrow Wilson for frpm a severe case of erysipelas, tract, 200 different fruit trees, also Tuesday and the other the follow good spring and a well. which left me virtually bald on the president. ing Saturday. The weather was very front of my head and next to my bad, and after the birth of the firht CASEY WILL BE, DEMOCRATIC Arizona's first legislature now in ears. The hair kept coming1 out Iamb, mother ewe was penned up in " , " -- t prices much Elijah Moore, one of tho whe! a shed to herself, so as to protect session will put the recall back in rapidly and nothing I used stopped ushorse democrats of Casey county, the little one. It progressed nicely the constitution. It was voted out my getting entirely bald, until I at the behest of Taft, as the price ed two bottles of PARISIAN Sage, k here for several days, the guet all week. Mr. Hammond was great this tonic made my hair start to of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilkinson. .Mr. ly surprised on Saturday morning, Lt-of statehood. In guaranteed Taffetas and Mcssnlines. grow in and, in fact, grew me a good Moore says that the democrat? of when going down to feed the ewo An engine boiler exploded in the fair amount of hair, and it has en (.asey are greatly pleased over be to find her nursing two lambs, one Southern Pacific railroad shops at tirely stopped my hair falling out. ing placed in the Eigthth Congres showing plainly that it had been only It is with pleasure that I give a sional district in democratic com- recently born. Mr. Hammond sav San Antonio and killed 32 men. In splendid styles of Ginghams und Percales public recommend to PARISIAN pany, and he confidently predicts that he never heard before of an Gov. McCreary approved the bill SAGE, which I know is a wonder." that Casey will be returning a demoewe bearing twin lambs with several which kills the hop joints in dry ter- Mrs. Ella Gillchrist, W. Pitt St. Bed- cratic majority regularly every year days' interval between them. ritory. It hAonmes effective in June. ford Pa. within a very short time. W. J. Powell, of Boyle countv, has .. . I F DrvAAi nil ihnnn ha .ilm,1K "Ftendidly mnd0 nnd daintily trimmed Gowns, sold his farm on Chaplain river be "TV CorsetCo ers, ComlnnaUon Drniwers, Petticoats, Princess Slips. tc, etc., also Mrs. Mary S. Warren sold to John low Perryvirie, to Thomr.i Bowler, a special hne of Drawers nnd Gowns for Ch.l-dreages 2 to 14 at very attractive prices B. Anderson, three acres of land, on of Franklin county. The place is Dix river for $200 one of the best in the county, being mostly river bottom land. The MUST BELIEVE IT price paid was $9,000. i When Stanford People Tell it So Plainly. When public endorsement is made by a representative citizen of StanfmtWFsJMWBBMP ford the proof is positive. Yon must II 2K ' If B,'S believe it. Read this testimony. Ev ery sufferer of kidney back ache, ev ery man, woman or child with kidney Springtime is here and everybody is trouble will do well to read tbe fol riding again. Come in and see the 0 lowing: Brackett, blacksmith, Whit B mm fStylish new rigs we have just gotIBSI James ten in. Wo have, without any doubt ley ave., Stanford Ky., says: "I loMb Miss Margaret and Master Geortr. store. TUPNERSVILLE scry r-used Doan's Kidney Pills a few the most complete lino of buggies Mr. and Mrs. Marion Kogcr vis-JtA wee littlo girt has arrived to Piout visited their grandfather, Mr. . wMMV .... years ago and they did me so much V ever seen in Stanford. It will pay brighten tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Houtt, Saturday. the Inttert parents at Danville good that I am constantly speaking! 1 Miss Isa Floyd who is teaching a Elbert Moore. week. Be. you to look them ovit. Come early H I a filllilt tlwi.r, i t .n.. ..nn.wl.1 Kf. Everyono in this community was subscription school here, is proving Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson, and get your pick. Our styles are cipal trouble was from my back, My fine jack Turner will make tho deeply grieved to of er learn that Mts. an efficient teacher. Wayne county were visiting Moyer, Ahlbrand, ColoV Columbus, which pained me severely at times. present season in Moreland, Mrs. Ky., Belle Cash Tevis is dead. She was Miss Clara Cash has entered Thompson's sister, Mrs. G, W. Koger I got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills $10.00 to insure a living colt. Marcs always nial, etc, all high grade work and ready to work in th0 church school, here. who continues ill. at Shugars and Tanner's Drug Store parted with forfeit insuranco if Sunday school, and C. W. D..M. good lookers, the best on the market. Miss Mary Zeller of Stanford was -n Pro. Perry cnino down from j and they helped he right away. I traded without my permission. Tur- also organist. No ono ever heard tho guest of Mrs. Ocorce Ilout last Sundny and made an interliavo had no back troubles for a ner is six years old, black with her say, "1 am tired." Our sympathy week. Mrs. Georgo Rout is visiting esting talk on tho Sunday school. long time." white points, good style, largo feet is extended to her bereaved sister, Wo feel that thia has been needed For salo by all dealers. Prico 50 and bono and weighs 1005 pounds, Mrs. Alice Cloyd. Miss Ruth Coffoy is visiting her hero for sorao time, and liopo that cents. Fostcr-Milbur- n is a good and sure breeder. Co., Buffalo, lie Miss Anna Power nnd family aro aunt, Mrs. Martin. bV'"' he will visit us again soon. New York, sole agents for the Unit Maies with colt should be returned visiting her parents, Mr., We aro glad to hear that Master nnd Mrs. Hello Hustonville. indeed that's n STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ed States. when colts aro from 7 to 0 days old. J. F. Gover. James Peck is improving after a uniquo collection v bo, but I fenr it X '."M WKLt Remember the namtj Doanf6 B. B. KING, 'PHONE CI U. Mr. I.ucicn Eobbitt. of Illinois is severe spell of pneumonia. TV ru ' .VaaiafaaHaHaHMHHBlBHiiHB would got my likeness too often, if and take no other. MORELAND, KY. visiting his mother and brother here. Cush and Rout have entered their sve had ti-j here. Car-loa- Ccl. Huff Dudderar says that since Carroll has gone, he has decided to W. H. Traylor POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. tell the celebrated marfl and will put her up to the highest bidder next court day. The announcements in this column 'are of candidates for office, subject Come in and look our new Wick-les- s to the action of the democratic prOil Stoves. Nothing equal to iory: them. W. II. Higgins. For Commonwealth's Attorney KJcnzona. For cleaning gloves EMMETT PURYEAR, OP BOYLE. silk, woolen goods without injury Judqe. For County to color or fabric. Miss Ella May T. A. RICE, Suumlers. M. F. NORTH, See Fish & Bromley about that InFor Jailer. surance policy today. It is better PEYTON PARRISH, tn hi saf. than tarrv. Thev cive GE6RGE DEBORDE you the kind that protect. DINK FARMER WILLIAM II. .HESTER. Nice blue grass farm, of 103 acres For Magistrate within two miles of Stanford for .7. T. ROBERTS sale. Apply to Adolph Von Grucnl- WILLIAM FIELDS ' aa-- ti gnn. J. DREADS, The Junction City Lumber ComThe Danville Advocate, published pany will sell cheaper than usual for Write at the home of Hon Jennings Price, cash, this year. building them for material, prices all kinds of says that if Judge John W. Hughes, cement, lime, sand, stock and pouof Mercer, will run for Congress, he ltry fence, etc. Junction City, Ky 22-3will pet Boyle county's vote. The Judge is a mighty fine fellow, but We receive fresh fruit every day, be might as well stay out. All hades Telephone us yonr order., Govers itself couldn't keep Harvey Helm restaurant. m out of Congress again after the prent work he's been doing for the Parties wanting rooms and offices people of the country this term. call at State Bank & Trust Co. bee 11-- tf Jnst put that in your pipe and their nice rooms. tmoke it, brethren of the Advocate. tl A YIAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCI itr4 at Uta rMtotde at attest claai malt. fertilizer Pence's. lor tobacco beds at 23-2- Monday, March 25th The William Wamsher Amusement Compnny ling New State Surprise offers that Start- . A Wealth Htan-a- a "UNDER ARIZONA SKIES" A of Beauty Pretty Love Romance with MISS DOROTHY RUSSELL. Fannie Merony, Beatrice Darre, O. E. Allred, C. K. Ellis, Fred Hcrriman, E. A. James, J. C. Fnhl who are noted in the cast. Prices 25, 50 and 75c. SEATS ON SALE AT SHUGARS AND TANNERS'. IN OUR NEW SPRING SHOWING OF Tailored Suits, Coats, Costumes, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Girl's Coats After weeks careful preparation we now announce our complete readiness furnish lady's wardrobe" with the very newest ideas fashionable apparel MARKSBURY THE FARMERS ld p. Spring and Summer 1912 Come in and Get Posted p. 3. the New Styles, whether you contemplate purchase now not. We are very enthusiastic over our Spring stocks, and invite you come and them over. three-yeor-o- ld With Easter three You have first selection Our can and any necessary alterations than during the rush season. Select Your Spring Suit Now made distant this good advice, practically unbroken snhern,.rr o(i.,i:.. greater care 4. fr ci.vs:i"H,,5r5",e,"lon 'oour Tailored Suits at $15, $18, $20, $25, $29.50, $35 Silk Dresses at $15, $18, $22, $25, $35 "' T"""' S'"- Eliza-bethto- Meteor"1" Ch.nn. well-kno- Coats for Spring at 1-- ct ' scfSrKTTo!Sr,,,eiJ tnnTa $ 1 0, $ 1 2.SO, $ 1 5 and up. " 24-2- p. ?.. ' Children's Dresses at 95c, 98c, $1.25, $1.50, $2.25 Silk Petticoats at $1.98, $2.98 and $3.75 re K1 New House Dresses at $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.98 Underwear to Please Every Woman r" n, You'll Want a New Buggy For Easter Well-Kno- jzuMimiJLi mmmmrf. DANVILLE, KY. W 'I I i,i-ii-M5jr ed TURNER. litis-tonvi- llu I E. T. PENCE, fcJwN1.1'1'' "f 'M"''""1 -J - - . 9 ..WaNsi . ". i WPWTWWIIOW III! t ill whi.ii.. - VJ P'l"'"" mgsBK KHB THE ITAWFOHD Miss Sue Woner is confined to her bed, with a severe cold. Mr. R. II. Bntson, of Lancaster, Mr. I M. Ware, of McKinney, was hero early in the week. war In ton for several hours Tues.Mr. J. U. Lynn went to Dnnvillc day. Tuesday on business. Mr. K. C. Baker, of Crab Orchard Mr. IMchnrd Cobb went to nus down for a short time Tuesday raonil Tuesday. on busincs. Mr. Ap Ncvius is fsiting friends Captain II. F. Powell was in town in Lancaster. n while Wednesday, mingling with Mr. Matthew Fcnicl is down from friends. Crab Orchard, for n few dnjs. Mrs. J. II. I'nxton spent WednesMiss May Jones, of Danville, i? day in Lancaster, with her mother, viiting her aunt, Mrs. A. C. Alfonl. MrK. Robinson. Miss Maitha Varnon, of Ashvillc, Mrs. Ora Ilrnckctt nnd daughter, X. C, hns returned to her home nf-l- are Siting friinds nt Gilbert's a short isit to her aunt, Mri). Creek. Mnttlo Kirby. Attorney K. S. Alcorn over Miscs r'nmile and Cioodio Redd, to Lancaster, Wednesday went busi-non of Crab Orchard, were lure shop jiinR Tiusdny. Mrs. V. Ji( Murphy hns returned Mr. Hob Collier, of Crob Orchard, home after n usit to her daughter stopped over n short tnnp Tuesday Mr. C. It. Stiirky, nt Louisville. nil his wiy homo from .Mitdiellsbur. Mr. I). W. Mnhnn, of Danville, Mr. Jack Newborn spent Monday stopped owr between trains, with relatives nnd in llustonvillo on hi way to the mountain". frit nds. Mr. nnd Mr. Mnhnn visited her Mr. nnd Mrs. Hichnrd Hampton, mother lure Tiusdny. of Lebanon Junction, spent several Mi. Harry Dilly, who has been dnys with relatives" and friends hero working nt Hemp, for some time as I hi neck. telejrrnph operator, leaes Thursday s, Messrs Ike Shelby and Wil oer between trains fir Chicnpo, to nccept a better position. Tueidiiy on their way to tho uioun-tain- s. Mr. and Mrs. J. N'cwlnnd, of Ltlmnnn Junetion, were hero sev.Mi Martha Meier and sister days this lis Emma Meier, who have hcui eral New land is week with relntives Mr. a popular railroad C. L. the iniests of their sister Mrs. (!oer for suNcral dajs have gone mnn. Adams has Sid mined his lo Highland to istt their pan-ntfrom Cincinnati to CleveMr. and Mrs. John Meier. land, Ohio, and orders his L J. sent there. He holds n splendid poLadies. sition with the Gnrlock Packing Not only pleaunt and refreshing to Company. Mrs. Chnrlotte Warren returned the Utte, but fently deaiuing and tweet rning to the tyUem, Syrup of Fig and home Monday night, from Atlanta. vJLkxir of Senna it pariicuianT acupted llz., ncrompnnied by her daughter lo Udies and cHJdren, and beneficial in Margaret, who has been quite sick She is much imall cases in which wholesome, strength- for some time. ening and elective laxative should be proved now but still very wenk Mr. Snllio Morelnnd. who has used. It is perfectly safe at aD timet and dispels cold, headaches and the pami been the guest of her daughter. Mrs. caused by indigestion and constipation to W .C. Shrink" for several weeks, is promptly and effectively that it is the one able to be out ngnin, nfter a bad perfect family laxative which gives tativ inn me MiMnineil some time ago. ft TV Mnum if Vnnln Hrnrii O fiction to all and it recommended by mlion of families who have used it and joined his wife here early in the who nave personal knowledge of ht ex- wrek for ii viit to her parents cellence. Mr. nnd Mr. J. N. Menefee. Mr. Its wonderful popularity, however, hat Maury is on his way to Joplin, Mo., led unscrupulous dealer to offer imita- on a business trip. Theretions which act unutisfactonly. Many friends of Mr. Thomas P. fore, when buying, to get kt beneficial Bricht. who is attending school at effects, always note the ful name of the the I'nherMty nt Virginia will reCompany CaWomia Fig Syrup Co. gret very much to lenrn of his ill planly printed on the front of every ne.. The lnft news received was package of the genuine Syrup of Fig! that he was thought to be some betand Elixir of Senna. wonld probnbly be able to leading druggists. Price ter, and For tale by all rejrrn home with his mother in sev50 cents per bottle. eral weeks. er e. -Wod-niMlGiv-His head-qnnrtc- rs INTERIOR JOURNAL, ITAHFBHl, KENTUCKY. Mrs. Dink Farmer, is nbl? to be nut, after an illness of scleral months. Mrs. J. F. Jloldnm nnd Mis Annio Ilronnugh, of Crnb Orchard, were here Monday shopping. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Pepples have returned from a visit to Mr. and Mis. John Iloltzclu'v in Lancaster. Mr. G. D. Wearen who hns been quite siek for scleral weeks, is able to be up. Mr. and Mrs. V, D. Bnllou, arc rejoicing oer the arrival of n daughter nt their home. Miss Maggie Stapg, hns Tcturncd from a delightful Uit, to fricnels nnd lelatives in lluMonvillc. Mr. Noney Aim Stone fins re-- I turned to her hnme in Chicago, nfter n lUil of cveinl months to rclntiws and friends here. Mis. John It. Wntt, ihp MUs Dell Fclaiul, ined through here Wed nesday on her way to Hichraond, to 1 MCIAL ni PERSONAL ROYAL BAfN6POWDE Absolutely Pure MAKES HOME BAKING EASY I S. C. MOWN LEGHORNS Can supply 210 egg incubntor in 3 M. S. Batighrr.cn hag been quite dnys; 7fi cents jx-- r 15 or 5 per 100. Mrs. J. M. CreSS, It. D. 4, Stnnford sick with the grip for about a week Phone 380O Lancaster exchange. Nice stock of see Irish potatoes; Our spring stock is now complete second growth, etc. W. II. Higgins. nnd high quality and low prices. Call nnd inspect. Sam Robinson. A nice lino of box candy nt Pen-ny'- s, the Recall store. Rev. J. W. Porter, pnstor of tho First Baptist church of Lexington When j on wnnt ft bond of any nnd editor of tho great denominaThey tional organ, tho Western Recorder, kind sc0 Fi"h & Bromley. represent the American Surety Co.. hns been secured ,to hold revival 24-t- f. services nt tho Stanford Baptist luigest in the world. church. The date has not been deMisses Strnub extend to you n finitely selected but tho senices will peisonnl mutation, to attend their begin some time enrly in June. Wednesday millinery spending, March -- ". SHORT LOCAL NEWS r Light Biscuit Delicious Cake :... ..; Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings ??' Flaky Crusts The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream o Tartar Particularly the Mr. If. C. Davis, of Cincinnati was here visiting friends last week. Col. John W. Rout went to Drodheud. on business. Wednesday. ! Mr. J. II. Fish, of Mt. Vernon, is here spending a few dnys with hU niece, Mrs. J. Q. Carpenter. Miss Annie McKinney delightfully entertained the Chautauqua Circle on Inst Tuesday eiening. Brady, of Mt. Little Willinm Salem, is here visiting his grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wra. Brady. Mrs. William Severance, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. Pickett, in Pocahontas, Ark., has returned home. -- Mr. L. M. Suter, who represents the Kentucky Central Insurance Company, wns in Lancaster, on business Tuesday. Harvey Moore, who has been with y tho J. II. Baughmnn Milling for the past fifteen years, hns lesi'.'ned to accept a position with the "Stnnford Water Light & Ice Co. He takes the night position, recently vacated bv C. A. Youne. Com-pon- Veinon, passed through Wednesday play of patterns nnd tailored huts, to make a Wednesday March 27. Misses jit to friends. Straub. Mrs. Hone Pointer, of the Walnut Flat section, underwent nn opSunday sunices nt the Baptist eration for gall Mones last week, church: Preaching nt 10:43 and and seems to be recovering nicely. 7:30 o'clock. Morning subject: The Rev. P. L. Brace nnd Mrs. Bruce Ready Christian; eening subject: Mr. S. II. Shanks continues about went to Louisville on Thursday to EssentinI Religion. Sunday school the same. Miss Jennie Duncan, of Lnncns-te- r. nttend the wedding of their nephew, 9:30 o'clock. W. DuBose. is visiting her sister, Mrs. II. Mr. W. P. Kincaid returned on One of the prettiest automobiles Charlotte Warren. Congressman Haney Helm got Thursday from Lebanon, where she seen in Stanford in a long time is has been in a hospital several weeks the Ford runnbout in the window of home Wendesday from Washington having undergone a slight opera- Cummins & Wearen. It wns sold to on n. flying visit. tion. the linn by W. E. Glover, the popuflyJlr. George Newlnnd made a Mrs. Caswell Saufley, who has lar agent for this great little maing trip to Louisvillo early in the been spending the winter with her chine, nnd it is nttracting mnch atweek. tention nnd creating a great deal of G. W. Martin, th0 popular rail- parents, Judge nnd Mrs. E. C. left last evening for Norfolk, interest. road man, was down from LivingsVa., where she will be joineel Sunday ton Tburodny vith friends. s nt the Presbyterian 'Mrs. R. F. Rout hns returned by her husband, Ensign Caswell Saufley, of the U. S. Navy. Mr. church Sunday, Mnich 24 nt 11 A. from a visit to her son, Bev nout, and wife, nt their h,ome in Louis- Saufley will return Sunday with tho M.: The Honor Due God's RepreAtlantic fleet from Guantonamo, sentatives. 7:30 P. M.: A union serville. Mrs. A. T. Linney and little son, Cuba, where he has been stationed vice with the Church of the Disciples He nnd Mrs. in charge of the Christian Endenvor of Lexington, have been the recent during the winter. guests of Mr. S. L. Burdette and Saufley will be in Norfolk for a societies. Reports of the district Fhort time, after wrhich they will go convention will be given. The other family. A number of the young Indies of to Old Point Comfort, Va., where. churches ore invited to join with us. the city arc promoting a Leap Year Mr. Sanfley will be stationed during Dudley Wnrner, of Bath county dance to be given within a few the summer, nnd which will be n weeks. They wnnt to have the cele very delightful place for Mrs. Sauf- - hns sold n Bourbon who will enjoy the gny season Chief hore to J. B. Gooelpaster, at brated Saxophone Trio, of Colnm-leal $325. bu, 0., here to fnrnish the music, there. Frankfort on her wny to Louisville 0'-Re- ar, Sci-vicey, News-Journ- Two hogs, n boar and a gilt, eiune to my place, nnd owner viit clothes. can get nmu by pajing for this nd Hon. IS. II. King, and Rev. W. G. and their keep. Jus. P.Rogers, Crab Montgomery of Morelnnd, were in Orchniel. 23-2town early in the week, mingling with friend. The ladies are imitcd to attend Mrs. Mnttie Ncvius is back from my opening Saturday, March 30. Gillieit's Cieek, where 'lie h.m been Mrs. J. c. Ljiin. 24td with her daughter. Mrs. J. . Buck. Miss Susie Thompson, of Mt. Your attention is cnlled to the disp. MOTHER OF LARGE FAMILY Tells How She Keeps Her Happiness For Health Those Who Take Her Advice. Scottville, Mich. "I want to tell yoa how much good Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etableCompoundanel u; Sanative Wash have dona me. I livo on a .'' farm andhave worked very hard. I am m mts Miff. forty-fiv- e years old. t '' ' and am the mother of thirteen children. Many people think it strange that I am not broken down with hard work and the care of my fam ily, but I tell them of my good friend, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and that there will be no backache and bearing down pains for them if they will take it as I have. I am scarcely ever without it in the house. "I will say also that I think there is no better medicine to be found for young My eldest daughter has taken girls. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for painful periods and irregular, ity, and it has helped her. "I am always ready and willing to speak a good word for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I tell every one I meet that I owe my health and happiness to your wonderful medicine." Mrs. J.G. Johnson, Scottville, Mich., y f no Ufa R.F.D. 3. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful drugs, and today holds the record of being tho most successful remedy for woman's ills known. COME SEE THE RESULT Of Our Efforts to Bring Right to Your Door an Elegant Assortment of Ready-to-wear 'd 41 U'1 VI Dresses, Suits, Waists, House Dresses, Rain Coats, Etc. York City. We have searched the market for the best, and the Ladies who have looked right from ihe source of fashion-Ne- w at our new goods say they are the prettiest they have ever seen. We are receiving additions to this Department every day and our stock is growing in volume and beauty each day. Come and see the new Silk Dresses, White Serge Dresses, Linen Dresses P. K. Dresses, White Serge Suits, Silk Rain Coats, Lingerie and Tailored Waists. Childrens Dresses We have added a line of children Percah and ginghams. They are pretty and very reasonable in price. e materials for making the home beautiful let us show you new rugs, mattings, curtain nets, shades, etc. Curtains, Mattings, Rugs. A most attractive line of new Dress Materials Colored and White, Linens, Piques, Voiles, New Cluney, Macrome and Shadow Laces to trim. Severance & Son, Stanford. Kv rfcy iMl.tfcilfMlllJSl '.,., ., . . X THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. to lfciltV still I VI );H0GWALLDW DOINGS. (Ilogwallow Kentuckinn) Poke ttnzloy snys ho bets the thnt writes nil theo patent . medicine testimonials is n smart mm) . Tin 1 loir Ford nrcae icr next nun- day in his sermon will preneh on tho Rise nnd Full of Gander Cicek. Slim Pickens is fortifying himself ncainst tho early spring rains by purehnsing n storm proof celluloid collar. The mail Carrier has warned nil of his patrons along the route thnt hereafter postal enrds must be writ' ten in plain handwriting. The ladies of the Dog Hill church will give a supper one night ncNt week to uiise money with which t buv u dipper for the cistern. The Wild Onion School teacher has bung Bryan's picture in. tic (chonl room, and the scholars say the arc goinir to Mite for him wnen I keyset grown. he wns in n good l.unior by the time week the Mail Cnnier put blinds on his bridle, to pieient his mule from looking back, he having Mis Hnslet-te- r Hocks in the buggy with him. Poke l'mley nnd Fli tcher Hcnte cot in u fight Tuedny morning Poke rushed nwny after n feco rail, but lie was so Ions in fludiiisr one thnt he wnsin n cood humor by the time he got back. The l'vi'Wor Fiddling Band has been improved both in appearance land ability to mnke mii-i- e by the addition of Cricket Hicks to the or'Cricket will play the ganization. French hnrp nnd pats his foot. Friby Hancock is remodeling his ho pen so that it will in every way conform to the pure food law. Init flat on the stead of Iniildiii' ground hn waited nud begun it about two feet up in the nir, giving the bottom ample ventilation. Jefferson Pollocks has been invited to attend a birthday eelehrat-ion- n over ou the far side of Musket Ride next week. The fenture of the event 'will be n hie dinner and for this occasion Jefferson has twisted lii whiskers back out of the wny. The Blind .Ainu from the Calf Rib neighborhood played one of hU duty pieces Un the fiddle nt the Dog Hill church last Sutidny. The preacher was aiming to deliver n sermon, but the Blind Man did not through in tune. A piny was given nt tho Tickville opera house the other night. In the second nnd fifth nets three people were killed by the villain. The coroner nt Tickville attended the show, nnd lost fifteen dollars by all of the dead ones comim; to life ncain in tho last act. A debate was held nt Bounding Billows Saturday night, nnd wn en. joed by manv from this section. The subject was; Resolved, AAtill Roosevelt Bo Elected? The affir Howmative won unanimously. ever, this decision will not interfere with the legulnr election. As soon ns Rnz Bnrlow can mnke fiunncinl arrangethe necessary ment he will so on a trip to Tiekvillo to redeem a letter that is being held there by the government pending the additional postpayment of one-ceage. Rnz considers the government as being reighty little. Coluuilnis All-o- p nnd Fit Smith engaged in what looked like n serious difficulty in front of the blnck--mit- h slioji Mondiiy morning It wns n quiet nffnir only a few intimate friends of the contracting parties being present. The trouble enme up over :i remark by Fit Smith to the effect that Columbus was growing -long-wiudul p.i-- 1 1 i ! It Is Highly rim Siinio fcce. 0 from stone. ltutt's stjiro to King's Mountain pike 12 rods Snnic see. 7, from King's Moun- ttuii lukc to Geo. Onines' 12 rods. . .. Pvnhahle We will never giiixel. t I is the best and quickest I Siiiuc see. 8, from George Qnine's 1 have such values i in embroideries again to offer you 1 Don't fail to get some of these. Sale goes on sll 4 this week. J 4 SEVERANCE & SON, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ---- r --i Look Here, Young Man fl You have to wear clothes and when Low-priced yotbuy, you look for the clothing is seldom cheap. best value for your money. Good cloth, well made, at reasonable prices, is the cheapest to buy. SUITS for Young This you get in our VIKING GUARANTEED But if you want the very superlative In Men from $8 to $30. throughout, magnificent fabrics young men's clothes, patterns, nothing short of GRADUATE Clothes should and high art hand-tailored They are distinctively young men's clothes and quality, are priced with special withstanding their cannot Indulge in extravagance. peal to young men who satisfy you. notap- nt 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 S342.JZS4.78 ws.ooo.oo S447.2S4. 78 S37. sOO. oo Quick Assets: Other Assets: 4.Q8.78 s 78,603.87 ss.300.00 SS3.I63.6S BankingHouse Total Asset 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 give you 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 any way and never injure the Corset. L.L. SANDERS Crab Orchard, Kentucky. D-- -"- ----- FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KY. Organized, October, 1882. in jjivmuiius auicu uiuiuAtiiiuii, Ijraiu $223,500. Vr f r I CiVnn tfc fr in cash, being reduction of capital stock Itwa aucccMful Bank, anil U'at the service af the mallMt.depoutor. !) from (Icorge Cliff's to Wnjiicliurg, f rods gravel. Sttinford nnd lluMonville pike bvc. 1 fi'im Stanford to Cash's store J3 rods stone. Santo see. 2, from ttoie to illungini; l'ork 2. iod- stone. I bee. .1 from Hanging Fork Creek 'to HiHtonville 30 rod- gravel. vate the trouble and and Coffej's Mill pike lower the standard of see. 1 from lhntoinillo to Wm. Car. health. sous's Jo rodt gtaxcl. See. 2, from Win. Carson's to .Alt. Sfnlein, iiO rod-- i stone. Intonrille and Danville pike see. strengthens the whole 1 lrom lluitonvillu to IJInok pike ()0 lods grnel. body, invigorates and Same see. 2, from Black pike to builds up. lloyle county line 115 rods gravel. Be iuro to set SCOTTS Iliistoinille and Caipcnter's ereek it' the Standard and always pike whole pikL To rods gravel. the best. and McKinney whole AW. DRCCG1STS 'pike o roiN gravel. MeKiuney and Coffex's mill pike ee. 1, from Canning Factory to old Notice To Contractors Toll House 25 lods gravel, Same see. 2, from Toll House to LETTING MONDAY, APR. I, 1912, Old Fair place, 30 rods stone. Same see. 3, Old Fair place to Mt. Notice is hereby dven that the Same sec. 4, from Mt. Salem to Lincoln County Fiscal Court will un- til 10 o'clock n. in., Tuesday Apr. 2, Casey comity line 40 rods gravel. McKinney and Tunicrsville pike 1912 receive sealed bids for stone gravel contracts on the various whole road 10 rods stono 1j rods and turnpikes in said Lincoln county, grticl. I McKinney and South Fork Pike Kentucky. All bids for furnishing, hauling, Sec. 1, from Green Itiver to the and spreading stone and tiing factory 24 lods gravel, Same see. 2, from canning fac-in- o gravel must bo sealed nnd filed with on or before 10 o'clock A. M. tory to G. T. Ashlock Hotel. 5 rods Monday April 1, 1912 at Stanford gravel. ( Ky., and no bids will bo lcceived nf- - j Snmc sec. 3 from G. T. Ashlock ter that time. Contracts will be let Hotel to Hustonville nnd Stanford to the lowest nud best bidders, and pike 24 rods gravel, contractors will be required to give , Turnersville nnd McCormaek's bond with surety, to be approved by church pike sec. 1 from Turncrs-m- c, for the faithful performance ville to Sam Helm's S rods gravel, Same sec. 2, from Sam Helm's to of their contracts nnd for nil penal- tics and damages for failure to so blacksmith shop 3 rods gravel, Same -- ec. 3, from McCormaek's perform their contracts within the time nnd under the conditions here- - chnreh to Knob Lick pike i 101N (gravel. in mentioned. Stanford nnd Danille pike see. 1 i Damille and Lancaster pike whole from Stanford to Mrs. Mattie road Jo iol- - stone or gravel, Lincoln nnd Boyle pike whole rond White's 30 rods stone. Stanford nnd Danville pike, sec. 15 rods gravel. Kingsville and Plennnt Point 2, from Mrs. Mattie White's gnte to pike see. 1 from Stanford nnd Boyle county line, 30 rods stone. pike to Casey county road Stanford and Knh Branch pike sec. 1, 1'rora Stanford and Lancas- 12 rods gravel. county Same see. 2 from Ca-eter pike to Rush Branch creek 10 road to Kingsville 12 rods gravel. rods stone. Crab Orehaid and Lancaster pike Same see. 2, from Rush Branch sec 1 from Crab Orchard to G. AV. to Hubble 10 rods stone. Stanford nnd Knob Lick pike sec. Evans' farm 10 iod stone and 15 to Hustonville rods gravel. 1, from Stanford Sec. 2 from G. AV. Evan-.- ' farm to pike to Hanging Fork ereek 12 rods Gniard county lino 10 rods gravel gravel. Same see. 2, from Hanging Fork and 13 rods stone. Crab Orchnrd and Chnppells Gap creek to Danville nnd Hustonville pike whole load, 30 rods stone. pike 15 rods gravel. Carpenter's and Morelnnd Stapike Stanford and Milledgevil'.e tion pike whole road 20 rods grael. Hustonsec. 1 from Stanford and rods Cut off pike whole road ville to McCormaek's church 0 rods King's Mountain nnd Duncan pike 5 rods gravel. stone and Stanford nnd Milledgeville sec 2, see. , from Kingsille to Capt. 10 rods grael. from McCormaek's church to Mil2, from Capt. Miller's to Sec. ledgeville, 23 rods gravel. Stanford nnd Prenchcrsville pike Casey county line 10 rods stone. Hanging Folk and Hubble pike see 1 from Stanford and Cinb Orchpike to AA'ilkerson's branch 10 see. 1, from McKechnie's to Mrs. ard Brond'dus' 5 rods stone or gravel. rods stone. Hand broken stone nnd gravel Same see. 2, from AVilkerson's Lan-eatimit lo on nun gin of rond or secBranch to Crab Orchard and All gravel tion by Sep. 13, 1912. pike 20 rods gravel. Orchard pike, must be spread before Oct. 15, 1912. Stnnford and Crab see. 1 from Stanford to Baughman's All metal is to be measured by the mngistraie who may designate when gate 15 rods stone. Same sec. 2 from Baughman's and where it is to be spread. All pate to Bywater gate 20 rods gravel. crashed stone must bo spread not Same sec. 3 from Bywater's gate to later than January 1, 1913. All stone furnished must be good, Crab Orchard 30 rods stone. pikp see. sound, iinrd limestone or rpinrtz nnd Stnnford and Ottenheim broken into pieces not to exceed two 1, from Stanford and AVnynet-burinches in diameter. The gravel raut 5 rods stone. pike to J. G. Lynn's furnish-e- d Same see. 2 from J. G. Lynn's be clean nud flinty nnd thnt on McKinney. and Coffey's Mill BooneV shop 10 rods stone. to Same sec. 3 from Boone's shop to must be from Green River. pvn.vfsl O Tli Court or its representative ..,1 fWf Uliciniiim J .uito ,....1-.- . Stanford nnd Dix river pike sec 1. may i eject any innterial not of profrom Stnnford nnd Crab Orehaid per size or quality. Bidders inu- -t r stone will bo broken by pike to Hajden's Switch 15 rods ny hand or crushed. gravel. The Court reserves the right to Same see. 2, from Hoyden's Switch reject niiy nnd nil bids. Blank forms to Trnylor's Jnne 10 rods stone. Fame sec. 2 from Hayden's Switch on which bids may be mndo can bo to Garrard county line 12 rods stono obtained from the county clerk. Stnnford nnd Lanenster pike see. Copies of bonds may bo obtained nt 1, from Stanford to Logan's lane, the. County Clerk's office. Lincoln county owns a rock crush-e- r 10 rods gravel. nud contractors will bo permitted Same see. 2, from Lognn's lano to per rod. Gnrrard county lino 20 rods gravel. to e it nt J AS. P. BAILEY, Stanford nnd AVnynesburg tike Judge of Lincoln County Court Eec. 1 from Stnnford to Ottenheim pike 30 rods stone. THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE Same sec. 2, from Ottenheim pike to Mnywood county rond 30 rods Is sweeping over the town. Old and stone. Same sec. 4, from Mnywood coun- joun'g alike are affected, and the ty load to Carter's storo 5 rods strain is particularly hard on little children and. on elderly people. Fol stone. Same eec. 4, from Carter's Store ey's Honey and Tar Compound is a School House 10 quick, safe and reliable cure for all to Hutchison's coughs and colds. Contains no opiates rods stone or 15 toda gravel. Same sec. 0, from Hutchison's Shugars ft Tanner. i i J way to perfect health. Women and girls who suffer are simply weak weak all over. Opiates and alcoholic mixtures are worse than worthless, they aggra- to 0. V. Cliffs 20 rods gravel, Siune see. Furnishing Goods i are selected OUR Furnishings care as our that same Cn-li- 'tt - SHOES and CLOTHING-a- nd you know what that means. Hu-toni- Neckties We know we tell the truth when we say there were never as many neckties in our 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-han- ds, Scott's Emulsion I I L ! Cflf 3UC maroon, i can not describe them. You have to see them. Socks--'w- e Tans, blacks, white, lavender, FOUNTAIN SHIRTS-Neglig- ecs, White plaited and l i. 10 full dress, at - - - $ O grey, light and dark blue, OJ? 3C OC in cotton, lisle and silk at 3UC in col-or- s; rA $I.3U M CA BELTS in any size f rem 24 to 50 inchea, lnn'.t,?,cokm",d . 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. I H. J. McROBERTS Stanford. Kentucky Wny-nesbu- rg HTDMED LIME ADVANTAGES OVER LUMP LIME: Mil-ler- 'f. 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, er 2B& old. g wh-th'- Sidney Hicks had n nnrrow escape from jnil nt Thunderntion n few nights ngo. AVnnting a drink of water during tho night he quietly left the jnil nnheknownst to the jailer, and made his wny down to th pond, and when ho returned he found the jnil door hod bloivn io and fnst-eneHe found it impossible to get in without the use of a violence, so he went to tho blacksmith shop, nnd after proeurinir it hammer and chisel he soon hnd the door open. Ho entered without tho jailer ever being the wiser. d. D a Sporting Goods j Spalding & Reach's high-grad- e Base Ball Goods are Guaranteed BALLS FROM MITTS FROM GLOVES FROM BATS FROM AH tcdsi t ONE or CURE 5c to $1.25 25c (o $8.00 25c to $4.50 5c to $1.00 liastbiill Goods HOP BOURBON FISHING TACKLES. 5c to $12.00 RODS FROM 25c to $7.50 REELS FROM 5c to $125 LINES FROM HOOKS OF ALL SIZES u-- POULTRY iJwS BOURNN PREVENTS DISEASE POULTRY down the throat ol a caplnff chicken, dcitroyt the wormi and aavei the chick's life. A lew dropi In the drinking water cures and For th treatment ol White Diarrhoea In chicks and Ulackhead and otber diseases la turkeys CVIIE MAS NIEKIAL PENNY'S The Rexall Store On SOc tortJc snake Lyne 12 gaHo of s4klac Ires., Crab Orchard, Ky. a aejreafcEy; L . aaMMt-- Cr aaaMMaaaW n.L -THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. PeiiMon Itoard, and their decision is final in the granting or rejection cZ Nervous ? Thin? Pale? Arc you easily tired.lack your usual vigor and strength? Then your digestion must he poor, your blood must he thin, your nerves must he weak. You need a strong tonic. You need Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsa-parill- a entirely free from alcohol. We believe your doctor will endorse these statements. Ask and find out. If mi llun toiutipaiion ii of trifllnc consequence, jutt nak your donor. Hi ilil disabuse you of Mat not'on in short order. "Correct It si once'" lie will my. Tl.cn sik him about Aye; s IMlaJ 1 A mMd Iner pill, all ejeut!e. WHO CAN BEAT THIS SPLENDID JERSEY COW? Ed Sihold Writes From Lexington About a Dandy He Has There Write About Yours. Kit .' A 'V -'., iiatri e J c Avca co . Lau. mm. j CARROLL PRESTON 4383 horse that is ilistirtKuisliing himself hotli as a sire and in the show ring. There were few hetter rhifcs f colls seen in a rlnti this year than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ivy., hy Carroll by Washington "l, hy CromPreston. He is hy I'reston well " 5, hy Washington Denmark (51; 1st dam Baby Pence "OIU, ilam hy Almont Forrest. by Enoch Arden; Pee $- -' M0 to insure. Carroll Preston is nominated in the Saddle Morse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Ky. Also in service Boyle CAN YOU BEAT THIS? County Farmers Give Some Fiuurcs on Crop Production HIGH CLOUD 3334, hy Highland Cay 1149, hy Highland Denmark 720; 1st dam Patsy Lambert :UM, hy Ked Cloud 2197. Fee Sau.uo. High Cloud is a dark bay horse with white markings. Stands 1 hands high and is full made. Has not had much handling but shows lots of action and speed. W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Kentucky. MASONS' MEETING I I The Simper funn of 211 ueieH, itoaleil in Ho le county, is owned liy Mi. L. M. line, of llarioiNhiirs, nmt ii a lit Mr. Waller Scott. Appended In hnv i the record of the erop i.ii-c- il on it mid tlie revenue from -- an c (riven for the year 1011. I'ho rn-- li ueeipln from llil exeellmit funn totfll iii at piueelit to not eoiiiilint; garden mid rioud of mall tmel:. Mr. Kuu i In-- , that if any fin n. iiml ile-iother fanner in the Slnle. rni-i- ii the and ordinnry ernp, "tin heat il to let linn know and puhlHi the .tnleiuent. Send it to the L ,1. Her,, are the figures im printed hy the HarioiKhiirg Kepuhlieau: ie Sihohl, a former Lincoln county hoy, who is now in the brag htm-lie- s in Lexington, buy u Jersey cow thnt h n prize winner he thinks. He viite nhoiit it iih follows: Ah I wax rending the I. J. I noticed mi article in reguid to n Jersey viY, mid m I am interested in Jer-M- 's well an drugs, I will tell a nliniit my oldest cow. Lincoln conn-t- j U my old home nnd having many l'nemU and relatives there, I nm naturally interested in what I hear. It I were a stronger. I would lici-tul- e ihnrply hefoie telling nhont this eow as pome may think or say "Oh that fellow it jut talking. I don't believe it, etc." I ean prove what I cay hy sonic of Lincoln's lending (iticiiH. Well. I will begin to lull about this eow. She i ,jilt . veal's old, has Her two li.nl four heifer calves. oldet calves lime had four heifers or two each nnd these oldest heifers two in number me due to be fnli nnd I will net 'em up to the IC. of 1'. fair lo he held in your county, if they I will be they are not heifer. nnd from nil leport" the fair will be 1 all application. Application nr( filed in the county court, nnd the Judge sbnll hear Witney in open court lo the good character, while tnu County Attotney represents thc n hi other nmtters. A copy of the npplicntidu with a brief memorandum of the fnelg, is forwarded to the Ailjiitnnt-aeiiern- l. Tho applicntioii must he accompanied by affidavit of two physicians, or one physician, and two lay witnesses, as to ehumunt's inability' to tarn u living wholly or in part by manual labor. J'oyment is made four times a year: on th0 fifth day of August, Xo ember, I'ehrumy nnd Mny. The Adjutant-Generis empow-oie- d to employ n pension examiner itt .l,-0- 0 n year unit a clerk at i'JM) nppli-cmit'H The Perfect Laxatl For Elderly People Aro had Its attraction no lex limn properties that strengthen the stomach, youth In n moro crcnn unit quieter lifp. llcr nnd honcls. Is Vr Caldwell's Hyrup Ilut It I thin ery life nf rent without Pepsin, which thousands of elderly o aiilHclcnt exerelBO that lirlnKK with It use, to tho exclusion of all other thoie (llsnnlern that nrlae from remedies Trustworthy like I! Chief nf thcao aro a chronic, Tlerelt. O.ikl.iwn Farm Newhern. T.nn . H ticrrlmcnt conntinntlon. nnd Sirs. Drooks.....Farls, . Ky . . " . n Stout elderly iieoplo are trouMeil In ..... .I.M., I.lle I. itv irKuiiir inier- ..i, 11.. thl way, with nreompnnylnir ayrnptoma vnls and Int.. that i.way not only mainof lielchlnt,, drowiilnega after rutin. tain general KoiM health, hut that they tienilAchca and Kcneral lassitude. Frehave not In ears as Rood quently there Is illltlculty of illeeatlnir do now You wilt felt well to as they do oen iikiii rood. Much mental troulile havn a Itottlo of It In tho house. nlwajs It Is ensues, as It Is hard to find a stiltnhlo i;ool for nil the family. rermdy first of all the ndvlcn may ho Anvonn Tlshlnir to a of this FUiti that elderly peotde Bhouhl not use remedy before huylncmakeIn trial regular It the salts, cathartic Pills or nowders. waters wav of a drueclst nt flftv rents nr nnn or any of the moro violent ptirKatles. dollar n larpe (family What they need, women nn well as men. luuo a sample hottlo "Sent to size) can hottlo the homo Is a mild InxAtlve tonic, one that Is freo of pleasant lo tnko anu et acts without W. n. chnrKO hy simply addressing X)r. Caldwell. 105 Washlncton St.. Krlplnx. Tho remedy that fills nil theie re- XTonllrello. 111. Voilp nnmA nn.1 n.1.1r quirements, and has In addition toalc 'on n postal card will do. peo-pl- L fve Wheat HENRY CASEY. D. V. S. $1,-.)0.- (I0 than .sl00 nor more tlinii ?.10() for clirugiiig an. veteran more than ."i for his chum. The money gnintcd feteratis under the net exempt fiom any nttnelimciit or levj. Inch beneficiary under the act is icnuhcd to furnish every year u certificate from the County Judge to the effect that tlieie has been no eliniitte in his fiiiaiichil condition rhieh would render him ineligible n eoikr. for u pension. One other thing I will tell mid thnt Iiimale-- . of the Confederate Home ! one enllon of milk will make oin' me in. I entitled (,, the benefit- - of pound of butter from the, eow. Who the law. Try lm n eow that can do that hum one trillion milk ami it. K. O. Collin, Hencgnt iniieh how butter you make. X. J.. wn tiaiiblcd with a severe Don't understand me to he eiistius la grippe coiuth. He says: ''I would any reflection whatever ilpon the be completely exhausted nfter each Lincoln iirtw, for I believe you have fit of violent eoeghintr. I bought jiiMt neood us anyone, hut I nm n bottle of Foley's Honey nnd Tar I tclln 1 ouipound loin Mi oiiii. when n per-o- n und before I "had tnken tin they lime one thnt will neat it nil the coughing spells had enmine, f don't doaht hut what sonic tirely censed. It can't be beat." are jiiM ns good, hut better ! what Shngars and Tanner. I pio-eeuti- a jeur. TV law provides a fine of not le.ss Write Now to the Northern Pacific Ry For Rates of Fare, Full Information and Free Illustrated Literature about the seven great r cots 1 Lincoln Lodge Xo. 00, I'. & A. M., on tu Ntatrtl comiuutiicntioii .(li fir.'t mill tliiril Monduy nights of ench moiilli, nt 7 o'clork in their .11 n Mniti utrif. Slnuforil. IvV.. of sister lodges fratcniafty II. C. Car- i .uted to lie present. Secretary. 1,4()0.(ir, I In n speech ns,Prtintr that T.ift' 1,42:1.79 Fehnttiiy and the county sent tins AilmiiiUtrntioii had fulfilled nil of L (KiO.O'.l made some wonderful improvement1' I'nm and fodder I he l.cpublicnn plnlfonn pledges of 2MUI0 1 was surviisM(l jo pco such a nice 100S. Secretary of Coinmeree nnd Profit on lings Veterinarian. ho is(. nnd other large build-in- g Labor Xngel A p ilen l.'i.OO eouit , made a vigoious nttaek nnd I congratulate her wide- upon the initiative, leferendum IfiO.HU niazincr and Former Dhector Animal Industry Straw awake citizens on the great improve-meii- tecall. 12,'i.nO made and being made. Stun-foSeed wheat l'liillipinc IslntnK KVctcr- C'lureneo D.irrnw, the McXnmnra "."i.OO isn't dead. She is very much Inwyor, leeiisid of bribery, is IVnart hoie rent inariau S. Annv o be100.00 nlive nnd that is one town I face trial Jfay 14. 0ffi(t' LoQan's Stable, l'honc A32, Miscellaneous lieve 1 would fiaht for. Cluw K. Snpp, fortneily n Kepuh-liea- i! Agent American Hop; Cholera Scrum. Total KI) SrCOII-SIHOLD. 34 bos in Louisville, died nt St. Danville, Ky. i With Hrowning Drug Co. Louis. Average profit per nere $2!) ul llu Toluei speii two weeks in Lincoln would like to see. I in Prosperity States of America Miaaesels, Wiicoosio, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Waia-inilo- a and Orcfoa. C Locale aloaf "Taa Sccoic Hiihway" Ikt Slaadard Railway ot tko Nortkweal. Gel your (ricad to fo and form a coloay, CX Aak aboat Low One way bpriag Colonial rareo, effective dnily March 1st lo April 151b and Ronndrip Hoanesotkern Tarts, clftctive on firal and third Taeadays ot each aioalh. C Write now to U. J. COSTELiO, t. J. C. .in?.Y, 40 h. 4lk 4m CiiwihmI or TriTllssi limirralion Altnl. 40 E. 4th An, Cintimult Oillrut PaitrnuT Aft, J CONFEDERATE PENSIONS Gist of New Law TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS IMPORTANT By TO ALL WOMEN Just Passed READERS OF THIS PAPER Thousands upon thousands of have kidney or bladder trouble mid never suspect it. rt'omeuV eompluiuts often prove to be mitliinir eUe but kidney trouble, or the lesull of kidney or bladder The Legislature Normal COURSES: Preparatory. State Certificate, County Certificate Review, Life Diploma. Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, AMERICAN FENCE A sound, substantial, enduring fence, built on principle the elastic liinged-join- t the most scientific, practical and perfect fence principle known it yields to great and sudden pressure but returns again to the original shape. Thoroughly galvanized and protected against weather. DEALERS EVERYWHERE. lVilotrintr are the main features n bill, which of tlii- - Confederate t.ill soon become the law, having passed both llou-- ct of the Legislature and signed by the Governor: It grunts ii peiiioii of :10 a mouth to all disabled Confederate veterans who hae been actual bona fide residents of the State mikc.Iuii. 1, 1007 mid who nelually Served one year, and to their widows, prouded they ttrie inniritM prior to .Jan. 1. 1S00, Any soldier who was prevented from serums nt least a year because of wounds leeeived or disease in service, is uNo entitled to the proisioiis of the act. All are deemed "disabled" within (he nieauiiu: of the law who have attained the ne of fi.'i enis. However, no person is entitled to the benefits of the act who is able to earn u support liv manual labor, or hy reason of hw knowledge or skill in nny profession, trade or craft, who possesses a net income to the nmotint of $100 a yenr, who lias jy.oOO. who property to the value-o- f is living on thefrnKirty pv income of hi wife, or Vho( support is otherwise pnivided for to the extent or 300 a year. The. (rovernor, Auditor and Sec retary of State constitute the State pe-ioeon-Irnct- Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogue Free. Address : : : : Richmond, Kentucky : : J. 6. CRABBE, President. diease. If the kidneys are MONUMENTS naaa-- a not in n healthv a asaa condition, they may cause the other organs to become diseased. You may suffer a great deal with pain in (he buck bearing down feeling headache and loss of nmbition. l'oor health makes you nervous, irritable and may be despondent; it miiKc-- . nny one .so. Hut thoiisiiuds of irrilxble, ner- oiis, tired tiud broken down women hnve restored their health and streimth by the iie of Swamp-Hoo- t, the great kidney and bladder remedy. Swnnm-lfobrim; new life nnd activity to the kiiluevs, the cause of tut'lt troubles. Muuy send for a sample bottle tu see what Swamp-Kno- t, the gieat Kidney. Liver nnd bladder remedy will do for them. Kvery render of this paper, who has not nlretuly tried it mny nddress Dr. Ntlnier & Cm ninsbnmtou. X. Y. nnd receive a sample bottle free hy mail. You can und iiiirehase the regular sie bottles nt all drug ot 50-ee- nt one-dolj- OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OV- ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE UNLESS YOU CARE TO HAVE IT SO. OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED AND CONSIDERING QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. Wm. Adams & Son, 4 tz in. Droauway, T ...: i V.. iy p RURAL TELEPHONES. Make your home m modern for your family as a ice. 'eaidence, aud place yourself in a positiou lo get the latest market quotation at any time. This cau he accompliBhed by means of our te'ephoue service-whicyou nnd your ueighbors can get for a sunt that ia small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to leadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are not at present eujdyiug telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiaua aud tLe Southern portiou of Indiana amU EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. Illinois. tlNOOKPO ATI MIL FARMER: Mores. Why Pay Ftvt Timet Mtra Hr Rttf than Ymi FTJNTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it. nafiailfeUKianw3l ni It? rcf - A DANIEL B00NE AXLE 6B" SEE THEM. C. Has bo Equal for Farm, Factory and Residence build-iatf- s. AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE CO. CHICAGO NEW YORK DENVER SAN aTaaMnKaTa annn EannW CKaatLeakKleets insure absolutely ! ' r water tiftbt seams. C, Your Dealer caa furnish Samples and Proofs. C. If not, ask Us. Made in Louisville oy CH AS. C. STOLLOIL CO. - FRANCISCO ROOFING DEPARTMENT There U Kg F a Great Demand for This Fence and Prices will be Higher later, so order early. Geo. H. Farris, Sole Agent, Stanford. The Diem & Wing Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI, OHIO W .J MM Bfl B K MM HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS ANB HIDES Wool on ComaiMlon. Writ lor priO. AND HIDES afj?gWySjaaaaaf Ik. awrti Milag this td. JOHN WHITE & CO. SSSSSs. 'V ,- xSTi wmtmanfWKKxjfc FEte SI- - - T " '""T," .' l'"mmmmmBwmmmm . H V ,, "v mmmkksm . "to"4-- 4iMMMrtrAlkaliM ' ., 4 . ..- - "' - mmmmkMk-'-- w"'? ,. r . g ""tifli"- fi . v. I , - &. i1r-.- f -. ;v JBr? ' p ' ' jip ' THE ITANrom INTERIM JtUMAL, tTAWFOWt, KENTUCKY. n United Qoifiin ii 111 Sores T. D. RANEY, Manager. A New Clothing Store with New Merchandise-Ne- w V' " ! III N R! Stanford, Ky . Store W Prices New Policies and- -a New Broom, which will ALWAYS sweep clean. We will inaugurate this new era of better service and bigger values for all the people on Thursday, M'ch 28 On that day we will open our doors to the people of Stanford and surrounding country. We invite each and every one of you to come and get acquainted with us. t - w- . CURLEE $2.50, $3.50, AND $5.00 PANTS The cream of pant"- - CURLEE SUITS $10, $13.50 $16.50. es offerings specialized vnl-li- A line of suits for men ami joung men, draft EU ! smartly tailored quality nifty patterns and first id in the most newe-- te manner, upon the n clotln. Curlef pants are fold at the ery men. t models, tailored hy export crafts- same prices all oer the United States. Stli-- h patterns nobby clothes, and perfect fit for ecry man in this community. V . ' e will be We have adopted a marked in plain figures and everything will be sold for one-pricpolicy-everyth- ing . cash only. Captain Kidd Boys Suits $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00 Here is the line of manly suits for boys which should appeal to every mother whose hoys in the past have been unisjli on clothes. Attractive tIes and special qualities at ery low prices. Attractive Shirts. Complete Range of Prices. i tnl ( ' 11f J i t Perfect fitting shirts for all occasions, qualities which will wear well and patterns that arc, riuht up to the minute, nt prices which are absolutely the lowe-- t, grade, of ionise considered. 1 1; 'em over. if.. r r r Everything in FURNISHINGS for Men and Boys. Nifty neckwear, dependable underwear, stylish collars, quality hosiery, good suspeuders, the newest thin" in jewelry in fact we ore well stocked in every item ot men's furnUhinj; goods for men and boys und we offer them 'to you nt prices which will piove our statement that the oeiiing of this new store will establish a new era in value giving. B vKKh I F HH Bi nm r JVTT1IT1I"I3 It is our earnest desire to please every man, woman and child who comes into this store. If anything at any time is not right, come to us and we'll make it right. We know is yours if the value of giving satisfaction it's in our power to give it. and-satitfac- tion it,' L,1 f .. COME TO THE OPENING, WHICH MEANS SO MUCH TO YOU. Come and learn how to save money on Clothing and Furnishing Goods for Men and Boys. Remember The Date, MARCH 28. T. D. Raoejr, Mgr. v -- IS II ' - , 1 : '' f' yjyyyyyjWBibv it'll "i ""' """' " "' in " ' ' '' ' ' '""" " " ' " ' " '"" ""-'"- '