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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): March 26, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912032601_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): March 26, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HMMllll HnK.i., 4T tl. ' - .t1 ' if, The Interior Journal. NO. 23 HELM XXXIX STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1012 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS." IMfttRESSMAN 1 t His friends there hnvo nlrcndy begun organization to carry WELCOMED IN ADAIR to form nu Adair for him iu tho primnry, nnd him thnt itiw'ni Democrats Assure Him they" nsstire the result. ho need have no fear of ..Cotrrty li Far Htm A Trip TmV Ta Cehmbla. The I. J man, who hung around .That Adair comity, one of llio re- on the outskirts, nnd took note of wns greatly impressed with cent addition1! to the Eighth Con events, the tine vilcom0 given Mr. Helm, gressiounl tlintrict, will ho found and is almost as confident that Helm troujily entrenched in the column will carry Aduir, us lie is that the ef Ilnrvey Helm, of Lincoln, nt the present congressman will bo returndemocratic priinnries next August, ed. One of the things thnt attracted our attention in Columbia, was that was forecasted Inst week when Mr. the little city should bo ns progresHelm paid a visit to the attractive siva and thriving us it is, and still little city, of Columbia Friday, No bo so fur from the railroad. ' In- one by the editor rim visit it find ii&t realize thst terior Journal. it is n fine business point. Dozens of the leading democrats The daily hinges bring crowds of hook the big congressman warmly traveling men, both day and night, by tile hand and assured him that while the freighters which cover the they nre for him, and promised thnt pike between Columbia and c, Adair will be safely in line with the "J'l miles away, attest the other counties of thc district when voluino of business which is being the count is made in the primary. done. They told him that they huve watchMost of the business houses of ed tlio good work he has done for the little city are of brick, confeu 'district nnd thc people nt large structed in the god old square- nboiit during thc three tenns he hus been tli(. courthouse. Thc brick for their nt Washington, nnd on the eve of manufacture is nmdo right theie at n great democratic presidential vic- Columbia, so that there is no heavy tory, they see no reusoit to ttrrn freight on the material, ns is the down one of the leader in congress en ne whenever n brick building is who has heled make the expected erected in Stanford. Out of the victory possible. They lielieve that handsomest buildings in Columbia, is tboe, who, by reason of their great that of It. F. I'aull, u close cousin leadership in the lower House of of the writer, who made us feel Congress, now under democratic, greatly nt home. Mr. I'aull uses control, mnko democratic chances In one of his storerooms for his drug the nntioti so bright, tdionid be fjivt-store, nnd rents the other. He docs very opportunity for further use- a big business, uud is, iu fact, one fulness in the irobablc event of the of the biggest business men in Adnir complete control of the government county, being interested in hanks, hy thnt party. They fay th'w is no fanning Indg etc. time for swapping horses. The demoThe Columbia Hotel is n fine moncratic congressmen who have "made ument to the town, also, and Progood" should be kept at the helm, prietor Allen Walker, never sends nnd the Congressman from Lincoln n guest away dissatisfied. Tl county is placed upon the Honor building nlso, is of brick, nicely furRoll by the big daily newspapers nished nnd the table as good or betnnd all who have followed cloeely ter than you will find most anywhere the proceedings line tb dmocraU Adnir county's court house is took charge. much better than the ordinary run Mr. Helm had but the one day to of courthouses, and makes a good We have become so sHnd in Adair at this time, as he is iipHMirnncc. uiixious to hurry back to Wushinz-to- stuck up on our handsome, building but he felt thnt he must be- nt Stanford, however, that it's alcome acquainted us much n ihiss. most hard to do justice to any other Me with the leading men of the par-t- y courthouse iu n country town. Our at Columbus, and learn the wishes courthouse is iu n class to itself, so Tlu.nuh there's no use making comparison f his new constituent. Friday it not n very busy day in , wijh any other. The same may be Columbia, it soon became noised that said of our new dejiut, by the way. the new Deniocrntic congressman The people at Campbellsville start nnd a grent many de- to talking first thing of their new was in mocrats came in to town by tin) depot, mid it is n pretty one, and is iifternooon especially to see him nnd most nbly presided over by Agent .tnke him by the hand. Therein... .John A. Roberts, formerly of Stancrat" of Adair arc exceptionally ford, nnd who is one of the most pleased over coming into , popular citireiis of Campbellsville. well Mmt However, the I.. & N., favored Stan. It the Eighth district. chief rrnson is that they nre I ford just n little above any other their out or the Woody Eleventh dislrb-- t country town, when it gave us our amd do not hnve to tell iuquirin,' new station, nod theie von aie. outsider- - that they are represented nt Washington by the nolori-on- A great many of us here in LinCaleb Powers. They are very of their new nscciation, nnd coln urn fontiininllv "etissintr" the vlnd will be encouraged in their fights ii condition of our roads, nnd telling the future. A number believe. thn of the poor condition of the pikes. Adair will soon become snfely demo, I We believe, however, --thnt if every ."knocker" would make u trip from era tie. the county races, there Campbellsville to Columbia ut this Outside of is left little incentive for reimbti- - tunc oi year, not another word The demoo-- n s of complaint would bL heard. Alan effort there. linve generally managed to keep two though the distance is only a little or three of the county offices in over 20 miles nbout the distance their control. They now have hc from here to Harrodsburg which reCounty Attorney Gordon Montgomer. quires about three hours to drive ery, one of the nest known demo- it took the stage line exactly five cratic lawyers in his section of thc nnd half hours to uinke the trip nu hJMe, nnd n wheelhorse and County ,last Thursday night, nnd required priClerk llryntit, who has more friends nbout four forfi double-teame- d Adair vate conveyance on the return .trip 4 linn most anybody you meet. The road went overwhelmingly for Jim Our-uct- t, late Friday afternoon. its favorite son for Attorney from Campbellsville to Columbia is General, and his friends piedict the only pike in that part of the that when the good people of Adnir country. And it is said to be the ennic to know Harvey Helm like he oi'lv road in this part of the state which sfill has (be toll gates on it. is known over the rest of the district It is owned bv Mr. fleorge Oowdy, they will vote for him without fur party tics as is done of Ciimpbellsville. who o rates four in mi ninny other counties of ths toll gales between the two cities. Eighth. One of the best evidences Little work of improvement is done of that was shown in Rockcastle in on the pike, except the dumping of election. crushed rock upon it, the heavy the lusjt congressional Rockcastle usually has a republican freighters and the stnge being com. majority of 500 or over. In the lust pelled to do what rolling and smoothelection Mr. Helm lost thnt county ing is done, so thnt the pike is renl-l- y not much belter than some of by less than 100 votes. Those who have looked into the situation say Lincoln's diit roads. The pike from one plan, to the that Cn,sey and Adair will bs in the nme siiupe before they hnve been in other is dotted with substantial farms, some nice looking hind being the Eighth five years. Such fighting democrats as Depu- seen now- - nnd then, with comfortable ty State Fire Marshal John D. Cof- houses. Several good looking wheat fey, Allen Walker, Dr. Curtwright, fields"were up. nnd un occasional County Chninnaii Flowers, Frank tobacco bed. One thing that strikes Winfrey, Associate Editor Murrell, the attention is the apparent scarcity of the' News, nnd others took Mr. of live stock on the farms, hut few Helm iu charge and saw thnt he met steers or feeders being noticed, and nnd shook hands with all the demo- little horseflesh. That country does n tremendous crats in town. Mr. Helm, as everykuows, is a splendid handshaker, business in hogs, and poultry, howone and talker, and made a fine impres- ever, nnd finds it very remunerative. sion on all, U could easily be seen. There is also some fine timber still Camp-bcllsvillu n, ln rd REPUBLICAN MASS to bo found In pnrts of tho hack JAPK IEAZLEY IREAKS SHOOTS TWO OFFICERS. country, though most of it has been CONVENTION. ALL ENGINE RECORDS THEN KLL$ HIMSELF cut out. A large number of mighty Pursiinnt to a call duly made by Harrodsburg Man fine, big logs, woith uny where from Lecal Dealer Leads All International Loads Up On the Republican Executive Connnitteo $10 to $20 npicco nro to be seen on Whisky Agents In State In Number ef From Lawrencebttrg of Lincoln county, tho Renuhlienns trucks nnd skids along the pike, beand Goes on Rampage. Sales Made. of Lincoln county nre hereby called ing hnulcd to the stavo or saw mills, to meet in Mnss Convention nt the several of which are found iu that One of the biggest displays of court house in Stanford, Ky., on SatHarrodsburg, Ky., March 24, section, uud do u profitnblc business. gasoline engines ever made by a urday April 0th nt ono o'clock P. M.j In n tetrifio closo-rnng- o gun-bdenier iu thin part of the state was for the purpose of selecting 19 dele tle with officers, following u night No mention of Columbia were shown here last week when Agent gates uud alternates to the state and complete without reference to the J. L. Hc.irley, had n photograph of District Convention to be held for of drunken fighting, during which he splendid itewspniwr issued by Editor the car-loa- d of engines which he the purpose of selecting delegates to threatened to kill his wifo and chilCharles S. Harris, and his popular hns recently sold in this county, tok- thc National Convetion to be held in dren Ed Moore,, 40, a drayman emAssociate Editor, Mr. Murrell. The en iu front of of his place of busiChicago on June 18th 1912 for the ployed by tho Curry Grocery Com-- ( Adair County News Is everywhere ness on Mnin street. Mr. Bcnzley purpose or nominating a Republican 'puuy, shot nnd seriously wounded be one of the best counconceded to agent try weeklies in the state. It has has mndc n record ns which for thc candidate for President to be voted Chief of Police K. C. Smith nnd International engine is far for at the coming November Elec Workhouse Keeper William DavenI a nice equipment; the editor owns oliKiid nf uny other agent in Kentucky tion. Also for the purpos of re port, and then blew out his brains at his own building, nnd is n' lender in He has sold 2." engines in less than organizing the County Executive 8 o'clock Sunday morning. his community. Ho tries to give every six months, nnd is still selling. He Committee nnd selecting precinct The three men exchanged more man n square deal, and docs it, too. hns just ordered another car-loa- d committeemen for the ensuing four thnn twenty shots when not more Resides, attending to his paper, Mr. which will be iu within n few wekes, years for each voting nrecinct in than four feet opart. Moore stood Harris runs n nice funn near town uud he expects them to go as fast said county. The system of voting in the kitchen of his home, inside where he nnd his wife and their innt said Mass Convention shiill bo the entrance. Smith and Davenport teresting fnmily of ten children us the others. The show of engines in front of viva voce. R. L. Davison, Chairman, lunged repeatedly at the door, and mal.c their home. Mr. Beuzley's store made an imposevery time it opened a few inches George D. Florence Secretary. ing picture, stretched up nnd down each man fired. Moore's first shot Cnuipbellsville the shipping point tho street. Mirny of tt lie engines CRAB ORCHARD BAPTISTS shuttered the policeman's right nrm for Columbia, and the hack country, were on wheeled tracks ready for from the wrist to the elbow. His is one of the livest little cities wo Distant use. Thc largest was n giant To Meet Wednesday Night To Call third struck the jamb, glanced, hit have seen in it long lime. The main power engine which went Davenport just over the heart, rangPastor for Church. business portion of the town was to J. K. Ilaughmaii. near Hustouvillc. ed around to the center of the back burned out nbout n year ago. This All were delivered immediately nftcr An important meeting of the mem. and went out. was one of the best things that the picture wns tuken. Undaunted, however, the officers bcrship of the Crnb Orchard Buptist could hnve hnppcned to (Jtc place. The people are church hns been called for Wednes- continued to fire until their ammunInternational The burned area hns been rebuilt grently pleased with the work Mr. ition was exhausted. Then Davenwith modern brick business houses, lleiuley is doing for them in this day night, prayer meeting night, port said: Let's go across the street nt which it is especially desired nil c.ich with an attractive front, nnd county, uud have awarded him the members be present; especially the and tie up this hole in me." with their show win- 1alin ns the "husjlinge-t- " all agent ill men. An effort, will be made nt Smith fired his Inst shot through dows nnd displays. Two good hotels the state. thc door, and replied: this time to arrange for the calling of the crack-o- f nre found here, one being conducted "Come on I'm shot too." u pastor, and to elect officers of the by Mr. J. W. Rice, formerly of Adair WAYNESBURG As they started across the street church. Tlie Crab Orchard Conwho sees thnt his guests nre nlwnys gregation has not had a pnstor for to n publi" well, Moore opened the Rev. C. T. Chiunch filled his apAlbert Wnllnce is treated right. barricade nnd fired at them with a another Lincoln county boy, who is pointment at thc Baptist church Sat- some time, and the members feel repealing rifle. The bullets grazed that it is time something was done doing well iu Cnnipbi'llsville, being urday and Sunday nnd delivered about the matter. An urgent call is their heads and shattered windows in the undertaking business there. three mighty interesting sermons. in n house opposite. Smith and 11. Singleton is in Cincinnati, therefore made that nil members who li. One of the most prominent lawyers Davenport heard n third shot and can be present. in thnt county is II. S. Robinson, this wee): on business. ran back to the house, although they Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Jackson rewell known in Lincoln. Mr. Robin-socould not hnve defended themselves. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS has n law library which is one turned to their home in Pike county As the officers circled around the Sunday. of the finest to be found in any place, another sharp explosion startMr. nnd Mrs. Frank Hell and From Local Lodge See Big Initiation small town in the stnte. led them. They ran to a side porch Mr. nnd Mis. Elmer Hell and In Lexington. nnd found Moore writhing iu denth. Messrs. Dunlup, Arthur Singleton An nmuing incident occurred nt He had blown out his brains. nnd Oscnr Sims left the 18th for A bunch of liv members of Dia- thc hotel nt Campbellsville Friday The officers went into the house. Phoenix Arizona, m.ich to the itgrct jdem Lodge. Knights of Pythias of night, where Congressman Helm nnd On the kitchen table, laid in order of their many friends here. Stanford, went over to Lexington we were stopping en route home. A J. H. Acton, rural carrier on route I last Friday night nnd saw the in- for use, were three revolvers, a re- oun man who had seen the Inline peating rifle, n shotgun a bowie o. 3, is on the sick list and W. R. itiation of nearly three bundled can"Ilnrvey Helm" on tho register, Singleton 2,500 cartridges. is carrying the uinil in his didates into the Page rank, nt the knife nnd about knocked nt the door, nnd asked us place. The inside of the home wns a mass big woodland Auditorium. Incidentif Ilnrvey Helm was there. We inThis doesn't look much like w dead ally the local boys did some good of broken furniture, smashed dishes formed him he was, and invited the town after having voted whisky out. boosting for the Knights of Py thins and torn clothing, Moore's crention wsilor to come in nnd see him. He Mr. Bruce Fngulry has s,,l"d his, Fair to be held here in August. In of havoc. looked iu nnd glanced at Mr. Helm fnuj, rented the inoperty of L. C. the crowd who went over were H. T. According to the statements made nnd then iiskrd it- - where Harvey Gooch nnd moved to Wayiiesbur'g. Bruce, Robert Woods, M. A. Stone, to the police, Moore imported a Helm was. We pointed to the ConWe are glad we have them iu our J. N. Menefee, Jr., II. C. Carpenter quantity of cheap whisky from gressman nnd introduced him us midst. Saturday night. He drank and John Fields. Harvey Helm of Stanford, but were Deau Smith has moved into his j Nearly two thousand Knights were steadily until midnight, so Mrs. informed by thc visitor thnt lu new dwelling Moore declares, nnd then went mad. which he has recently present when the work was put on During his aberration, he threw all wanted to sec Ilnrvev Helm, of built on the Waynesbiirg pike. by Gen. Fred E. Whenton, SuMontelier (a sninll town in Adair Brack Perkins bought a lot from preme Keeper of Recoids and Seals, (he knives and forks, and nil of the cMhing but what members of the county.) Mr. Helm was Mirpriscd to W. R. Singleton ni:J is building n who used the famous Rnthboue Bifamily were wearing, into the grate leniu there was another of the same nice win chouse on it. ble, which Justice II. Rathbone, fire. name in Adair, and laughingly asked Messrs. L. G. r.ml F. S. Gooch It is believed that he had been on the young m.ui if the other Harvey bought n lot fiom the Masons and the founder of the order Used forty-eigyenrit ago in obligating new the verge of insanity, even when sobHelm looked like him. The visitor are preparing to build u huge More- members. It wns the largest class er, for some time. He hud obtainhesitated n moment, scanning the house on it. initiated into the or- ed the weapons secretly from n I of candidates Congressman's countenance rather H. L. Dumas will' begin vvoik on his der in the history of the State. closely, it seemed, and then replied: new dwelling in a few days. Knights of Pyt hius were present Mrs. Kiiupp will arrive Wednes-d- a "Well, no; I don't think he looks Dug Jeffries bought a lot from from nil over Central Kentucky. to begin work on the "dress much like you. He's u pretty good W. '.J- - nnd Marion Revuolds for I looking forms''. All Indies who sew should fellow." $100. A FINE MAN GONE see hei nt her rooms at Mrs. W. N. Congiessmnu Helm snys that he Wr. T. 0. Morsau and Mrs. T. S. Craig's nnd learn something someintends to wok reciprocal relations Kxmolds and children were guests Postmaster J. Henry Hankla, Dies thing to their interest.! nt once with the other Harvey Helm, of Mrs. W. R. Singleton Monday Suddenly at Junction City and will rely on him to carry thc Mrs. Ellen- - Shoop was the guest B0WEN NEWS Montpelier section for him this fall. of Mrs. T, J. Iluilesou Tuesday. Everyone iu this community wns The farmers are getting busy in Mrs. Melvin Caldwell nnd Miss deeply shocked last week to lenrn this section. The biggest man Adnir county has Minnie Culdwell ' niu on the sick list. of the sudden death of Postmas- Miss Elizabeth Fox has returned produced in a long time is Jim Gar-net- t, Messrs. Luther and Elmer CaldW. I'L t 11IIU 11U1I home, after a pleasant 'visit to relal AAtlUIVUI, new the nble Attorney General well continue selling .goods in UlTMIJ their City, which took place early Satur- tives, in Harrodsburg and Burgin. of Kentucky, ut Frankfort. Mr. father's ttore, since his death. day morning as a result of u stroke Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Newell tire reGarnet t is n favorite son of this Misses Lorn and Annie Burch visof apoplexy. Mr. Hankla hud a joicing over the nrrival of a girl county, which has produced so many ited Misses Corn and Ollie Butich wide acquaintance iu Lincoln coun- baby at their home. brilliant men, nnd is upholding well Sunday, ty and was well liked by nil who .Mr. William Gibson and family, the honor of his section. Adnir is While Mr. nnd Mrs. Smullwood knew him. He ulvrn.vs had a cherry weie guests of Mrs. D. B. Fox, Sun-dualways j"or him for anything he rcre licie at chirred their little four wanlsr 'and he's going to find a year old daughter wuudered nwuy word for everyone nnd made friends .wherever he went. He was a public Miss Annie Gibson of Danville ,i mighty Vuf "portion of Kentucky that from home, and eau-e- d much excite- spirited, Christian gentleman. "May visiting friends here. way net 'time lie makes a race. His ment until she wii found lute in the the sod lest lightly over the remnins There will be Sunday school next friends believe that he will prove afternoon about fvvo miles from of n true friend. Sunday. It has been closed on acstrongest mail the democrats the t'Oine. After services at the church Sun- - count of bad weather, hope we will can nnino thc next time they Hum,day afternoon, the remains were laid have a large crowd it is the duty governor, nnd if they do, iliate for EIGHTH DISTRICT TEACHERS to rest in the cemetery nt Pnrks- - of the trustee of Moore's school, to he will undoubtedly find not only Supt. J. W. Ireland was in , ville, his old home, in the presence of replace the bell to its proper place Adnir, but the whole Eighth district, Friday uud Saturday at- a large number of friends nnd loved We hope he will attend to the matter "" solidly behind him. "" tending the annual meeting of the ones. at once. . . Mrn Hankla is survived by Jiis j Mis Maggie Fox, is nble to be nut Eighth Congressional District TeachThere is mighty little Roosevelt talk among the republicans of Adair ers' Association. There was a large wife and five children, ull grownt again after n severe illness of sore county, and the delegates to be ciowd of visitors present and much who Jiuve the sympathy of everyone throat. Aunt Mulena Russell says "The chosen nt the republicun county con- interest manifested. The words of iu their bereavement. ' frogs linvc begun to holler, and that on April (Hit will be in- welcome were delivered by Prof. II. vention theie Barney Menux, n well known col- is a good sign winter U over nunther structed for Tuft by nu overwhelm- V, Bell, J. W. Gaines and Judge Juo. Hradley U B. Shelby, of Luwrenceburg. The res- ored citiren of Boyle county, died good sign is to hear thunder. She ing majority. Senator shooting a vast amount of Tuft lit- ponse wus made by Prof. K. L. Gilli. recently in Danville of old age. Dur- nlso henrd wild ireese go over nnd Prof. 11. V. Bell, ing his early life he was the she knows that winter bus broken." erature into the counties where there of Lexington. are many republican officeholders. principal of the Lnwreneeburg high wealthiest! colored man iu that counG09CH-PADG- ETT The fact that Bradley is. for Taft i school, wns unanimously elected ty, lie owned ft Hue grass fai Oliver Fudged, aged 21 and Miss president. Tho next meeting will be worth $25,000 heralded in big headlines, and a Nora Taylor, aged 10, was gfven Berthu Gooch aged 22, n popular strong play is being made for the held iu Richmond. n penitentiary sentence for injury young couple, of Waynesburg, were reuoiniiiation of the president on the house, on popularity of the republican senator. ficeholders, they say, nnd many nre to Louisville & Nashville telephone married at the court men open iu their declaration that they wires nt Williumsburg. Three young .March 21, by Judge Bailey, Their great many of the Roosevelt much nre mighty "sore" over the treat- will not vote for Tuft If he is re i men are to bo tried on n similar ninny friends wih them charge. they nre getting from the of- - nominated. ment at te u, J rg ht J y. rg I v. '. - 'Ml, , ' i 1 4 "!;. . .:?: -- -z :' THE tTANPMW INTEftMR JttJRNAL, STAttFtHt. M HTU KENTUCKY. (f KINt't MOUNTAIN ' Dr. W. D. Lnswell was called to Brush Creek to see his mother who is very ill. Tuesday while several men were cutting n large tree in Mrs. Mary A. IliKiicy.yard the tree fell on ilm You have to wear clothes and when you buy, you look far the house nnd completely ruining one room nnd porch. Tho damage was clethlnf is selrfowi cheap. best value for yew money. about $100. Good cnith, weH made, at reasonable prices, is the cheapest to Iwy. Mr. F. T. Taylor having sold his SUITS for Ywnf This you let In our VIKING GUARANTEED house and lot to F. F. Dunnwny, will move recently to Howcn, Ky. Men from $S to $30. lut if you want the very superlative In Miss Maggie Routon has returned throughout, mainifteenf fabrics yeunf men's clothes, to Lexington after spending n few days with homcfolks. and hhjh art patterns, nothing short of GRADUATE Clothes should Mr. Willin Lench has bought Morsatisfy you. They are distinctively younf men's clothes and not ris Will's house and lot and will quality, are priced with special aptheir withstand! move here soon Mr. Leach is iu Arizona for his health. men who cannot indulge In extravagance. peal to young Mr". Sarah Smith and Claud Trimble nnd wife spent Sunday at M. II. Smith's. Mr. S. P. Waggoner is building a new store house. Mr. Acton, of Highland nnd Mnn-for- d Griffin attended the singing at the Christinn church Sunday. Laura Johnson spent '.Saturday and Sundny with' her sister Mrs. every tense of the word. There is O. V. Gooch, of McKinney. The LriERioR J. T. Gooch, of McKinney visited no innn in the state better qualified for this place than he, nnd none who relntives here Inst week. EtUbllthtd 1072 Mr. L. Lane was called at this would give a more faithful perforplncp Tuoday. HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,...Publithtr mance to the duties of the office. Nettie Gooch, of Danville is relatives here. A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE 11 The United States Sennte spent The fanners of this community nrc several hours debating n bill by Sen- quite busy. at tne rwtofflee at Mr. Stella Gooch of Illinois is aa second elaaa mall. ator Bradley, of Kentucky, proposvisiting relatives here. ing to increase a Somerset Veteran's POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. pension from $55 to $03 a month. It 'John W. Sickclsmith, Grenesboro, was figured that the time consumed Fn., has threo children, and like most The announcements in this column vns costing the government in sala- children they frequently take cold. are of candidates for office, subject ries to the senators, etc., over $1,000 "We have tried several kinds of says, but have to tho action of the democratic pri- This to our mind, is n, pretty fair cough mcdicinV-.h- c mary: pnmple of the freedom with .which never found any yet that did them has ns much good ns Chamberlain's For Commonwealth's Attorney the republican administration OP BOYLE. been frittering away the people's Cough Remedy." For sale by G. L. EMMETT PURYEAR, money, and with just about as much Penny. For County Judte. excuse. The solution is to elect a i T. A. RICE, The steam roller has already democratic president in November, M. P. NORTH, with a congress composed of such begun to work in Kentucky. Five men ns narvey nelm, of this dis- Taft men were empowered to nama For Jailor. trict, whose work during the past the election officers to serve in the PEYTON PARRISH, has resulted in a saving of over Ii'epnblicnn primary to he held in GEORQE DEBORDE Louisville and Jefferson county Apr. $10,000,000 to tha taxpayers. DINK FARMER 0. the Roosevelt Republicans not beWILLIAM H. HESTER ing given a. voice in their .selection. For Magistrate The Louisville Herald wants to An order has been issued from J. T. ROBERTS know why Jidge O'Rear has switch- Washington that all postmasters WILLIAM FIELDS ed his support from Taft to Roose- who are chairmen of political comJ. D. EADS, one or the other velt, as he enme out so strong for mittees shall re-iplace. Taft when he made the campaign for The approval of the good roads governor lost year. We believe, that McCORMACK'S Jaw by. the governor makes necessary tho appointment of a Good wo can tell tho Herald very satisAll the farmers are glad to see Commissioner by the chief executive factorily. Judge O'Rear is a mnn of Everybody is Politics ought not to figure, except discernment, nnd you don't have to this fine weather. minor consideration, in this ap- hit him in the head with an ax to burning tobacco beds now. as a Mrs. A. C. Hill, visited her sister pointment. Tho good roads ques- make him sec a point. He saw the tion is probably the most serious republican party defeated by over at Danville the first of the week. Jer-snnd Thomas Mason nrc fil one the state has to deal with right 30,000 majority when it went before Better roads mean better the people on a 'platform, one of ing for a large tobacco crop this now. prices of farming land nnd pro- the cardinal planks of which was nn year. . Severnl 01 the young boys irom ducts, and a better state. The Road endorsement of the Tufl mluiiriis-iratioHe probably believes that here went to nn old timo dance at .Commissioner must be ft man who Fri has made a thorough study of con- such a complete repudiation nnd John Stranger's near Lancaster people of the Taft en- day March 15th. Everybody reports ditions and needs, and who' has the defeat by the energy and ability to make 'things dorsement, relieves him from all fur- a good time. Those present were: We want to respectfully ther responsibility on that subject, Mr. Jesse Mnsou nnd Miss Alpha move." Mason, suggest to the Governor that were and if such is his conclusion, and Traylor. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. F. McGin-ni- s. could leason for now supporting Roope-vel- t, Miss .Lena Mason, nnd Mr. he to look tho state over he All enjoyed the dnnco fine. we most heartily agree with find no one who is better qualified Jese Mnson wns in Junction City A. Som-mer- s, him. for this place than Harry Sunday to so hfs best girl. editor of tho Elizabethtown Gov. JlcCreary vetoed the is nccepted evNews. Mr. Sommers bill, nnd we'll wager that MISTAKE. DIAGNOSI- Serywhere as an authority on good DOCTORS WRONG AGAIN. his appointment would when he cats at the hotels he'll alroads, and in ways get his hot. be recognized ns a splendid one About five years ago I wrote to you that I had been a terrible sufferer from kidney nnd bladder trou bles, nnd that ray physician informed me that my left kidney was in such Liondition that thero wns no hope ifor uiy recovery. I wns advised to try Kentucky-Comptroller'your Swamp-Roas a last resort botjnd after taking four fifty-ceCall of February 20, 1912 tles, I passed a gravel stone which ,..,' .S342.2S4 73 Loans weighed ten grains. I afterwards U. S. Bonds and Due forwarded you this gravel stone. ios.ooo.oo S447.254.73 from U. S. Treas hne. had no return of any trou ble since that timo and cannot say too much in favor of your wonderful Lincoln County Bonds. . . , S37.sOO.oo Swamp-Roo- t, 73, 6O8.87 4.Q&73 which preparation, Cash and Due from Banks. . cures, after physicians, fnil. Very truly yours, Ss.300.00 Banking House Roseboro, NS,C Look Here, Young Man Law-pric- PttlLTRY CtLURHt Reliable Breeders of Pure W Bred Poultry Card of Five HI Lines $1 W 9 i i, . u jj " ra JsVa, .43 Women's Feet Women, unlike men, are proud of a pretty foot and like pretty shoes and hose, and please those who want style and quality. We are showing the popular things in White Buck, White and Tan so we are prepared to hand-tailor- ed I9JPB sKnbiKLV tllLLsH. MBBB I li ssLssssssssw ' nt LMfliBWBlBlBlBBSlBllBflfe"- - TpiWlBSrBBJP-t- " SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. Journal. S. C. Crystal White Leghorns d hens with reFrom cords of over 200 eggs a year. Tho strain that lays is tho strain that pnys. Eggs from No. 1 pen $'J.50 1C eggs, other pen: 1.50 per 15 $7.00 per 100. Get in the lnying Look Box Order today. class. 5C0. A. C. Al'ord, Stanford, Ky Agent for Tulnne incubators guarCnll at anteed not to overheat. house nnd sec sample. trap-neste- lr Ktrd S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. The laying strain that fills the egg basket in zero weather; early maturing big boned fryers. Setting eggs house delivery $.100 per 15; shipping eggs $1.50 per 15. Mrs. A. C. Alford, Stanford, Ky. INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS Cravenette and Tan Calf Pumps and Tan Button Oxfords. These are the celebrated Ultra shoes C&O OO per pair at Gun Metals, Tans and Whites in the Broch- 50 port, per pair at ?& jgO Eggs for sale $1 per setting of 12 or 53 for 45. All orders receive prompt attention. Wolford K. Lov-cl- l, R. F. D. No. 1. Box iv. Stanford Ky. ' r BUFF ORPINGTONS I nm getting 21 dozen eggs n week from 80 hens. Setting of 15 for $1. C. C. Withers, R. F. D. No. 2, Stanford, Ky., Phone 143-- in white Li.ie Tn Hose to Match perB,pair at 25c and 50c. In Silk at 50c, $1.00 and f 1.50 per pair. White Shees are easily soiled aad wehepe you will fit them in our shop so you may not have to return them to us soiled. ' tV sVblo 2 H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky gn fJRTSSBVMSaBSSSSK; H7DRATED Buff Orpingtons English Salmon Faverolles, eggs ?2 per 15: $5 per 50; Indian Runner Ducks Unit InV the pearl white eggs $1 per 13; $3.50 per 50; $5 per 100. My stock. came from the Blue Ribbon winners of this country. Make your stnrt with the best blood. Al ways glad to show my birds to nny one interested. Mrs. Sam Embry, Jr. Layers-Payers-S.C. LIE e IsSHBslBHBsBsBsSBBBBBBBBBBBH ADVANTAGES OYER LUMP LIME: Stanford, Kentucky. anti-tippi- CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS. The big winter lnyers. From $30.00 mating; eggs from 1st pen $3; from 2nd pen $1.50 per 15. S. C. Rhode lsla-- d Reds TompEggs $1.50 per 15. kins strain. Indian Runner Ducks thnt lay the whit? oggs $1 per 11 eggs. I have spared neither means nor time in ss 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, RESOURCES OF Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, s selecting this stock. They nre from prize winninc nnd heavy lnying guaranteed. otruins. Sntisfnction A. C. Hill, Stnnfoid, Ky. R. F. I). WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. for 15, also Indian Runner s Duck $1.00 for 12. Mrs. L. P. Nunnelley, Lancaster, Ky., It. R. No. 2. Phone Stanford Exchange 108 A. .$1.00 eu-g- W. H. HIGGINS, SSA. ot o Sporting Goods j Spalding & Reach's high-grad- e Base Ball Goods are Guaranteed. BALLS FROM MITTS FROM GLOVES FROM BATS FROM All nt Quick Assets: Other Assets: s S. C. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS. The host winter layers. Our hens laid 1,100 eggs in Fcbrunry. Mrs. R. L. Berry, Hustonvillc, Phono 7-- L. SS3.I63.6S Total Asset Over Half a Million Dollars Route) 3,. Box 30. WHITE PEKIN DUCKS $1 Per Setting. Morgan S. Baughman, Stanford, Ky. i FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KY. Organized, October, 1882. Paid in Dividends since organization, $223,500. . Returned to stockholders, $2oo,ooo.oo in cash, being reduction of capital stock It u a successful Bank, and is at the service of im smauesi depositor. Personally appeared before me this R. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. 31st day of Jujy, 1009 F. IIORNE, Eggs $1.00 for io statement who subscribed tho above Mr. W. P. Logan, R. d. No. 4, nnd madq oath that the same is true Phone 108-iu substance and in fact. JAMES M. HALL, S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS Notary Public. Can supply 240 egg incubator in 3 days; 75 cents per 15 or $5' per 100. Letter te Mr. J. M. CreSS, R. D. 4, Stanford, Dr. KihMr k Cr, l'none oHUU Lancaster exchange; llnilhamstM, . N. Y. 1 5c te $1.25 25c ts SIM 25c to $4.58 5e ts $IM Baseball Goods FISHING TACKLES. RODS FROM 5c ts $I2J REELS FROM 2Se ts S7.5S LINES FROM 5c ts $125 HOOKS OF ALL SIZES INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS t Prove What Swam Rest Will De For Yi. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing- hamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling all about the kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure to mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Regular fifty-ceand one dollar size bottle for sale at all drug stores. Semi-Weekly nt Fawn and white. Heavy layers, white eggs 75 cents for 15. Mrs. Robert Nunnelley, Stanford, Ky., R. D. No. 1. Phono Hustonville, 6 R. FOR SALE OR RENT. We offer for sale or rent the Mc Kinney Woolen Mills at McKinney, Ky. This mill is fully equipped to manufacture yarn, jeans,"blankets, Linsey and other goods and is well located. Apply to K. L. Tanner 12-t- f. & Son, McKinney, Ky. PENNY'S The Rexall Store D a i-- A . vw-- . - tf" swo; SM - f fig i ft NIAL Miss Belle Denny home from Louisville. W. 1. Klneald, was in Point Lea veil, Inst week on business. Mr. Logan McCnll, spent Sunday with relatives in Mnrclburg. Master W. K. Shugars spent Sat urdny and Sunday in Itiehmond. Mr. Willinm Severance, is in Cincinnati for a fow days on business. Mr. Uccchcr Adams, of Dnnvillo was here Inst week with relatives. Mr., Fred llnrnctt was down from Crab Orchard nwhilo Friday. .rt! MiT KMMAL. has returned Mr. and Mrs. C. Hays Foster nio dajrs, in Eluubellitovvn, for o'n business. Mrs. Ed Peyton is visiting Mr. Carroll linilcy and family in Crab " Orchard. Mcsdnmes W. II. McKinucy nnd S. f! SuuRt-- arc in Louisvillo for a few days Inst week. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ilice wfcnt to Richmond, Friday to spend a few days with relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Owsley Reid, lmvo TetnmcI from MnrtinsvilV, where he has lccn for treatment. Will (I. McKiuney, of Montgomery Ala., is spending several dnjs nt Crab Orchard Springs. Oeorge Parson was down Mr. from Middlcsboro, for n few days Inst week. Mis Minnie Shannon, of Junction City, ii here with her sUter, Mrs. J. It, Jones. Mr. W. O. Hurke, of Silver Creek, joined his wife here Inst Saturday, who is hero visiting Mesdnmes Annie Pmitt nnd A. C. Hill. Mr. Adam Carpenter nnd son Turner, of Ilustonville, were here tti ' Snt-urd- on bn-inr- Mr. E. H. Hntfield, of Highland, was n caller at the I. J., office Sat-mda- y. ' MeRoberts, has nfter n visit to relative in Itiehmond. Mrs. W. H. O'Hnnnon, has returned from a visit, to relative in Anderson, Ind. Mrs. drover C. Anderson, of Mt. Sterling, is visiting friends nnd relatives here. The Warren Gripby Chapter, V. ilh Mr--. J. W. D. C, ill mt-r- l nftenioon, nt 2:30. Tucdnv Col. .1, I). Swope, the populnr Circuit Clerk, is down with miollier asthmatic attack. Mr- -. W. 0. Hurke and little "on of Itiehmond, are visiting Miss Lena Palmer nnd mother Mrs. Pruitt.' Mr. nnd Mrs. Phil Price, of Cyntlu inna. spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson. McMlnnict. Cook, Riffo nnd Will Riffe, nnd JittU son, Daniel, of nr guests of Mrs. Jessie Mis Dolly home, ed Al-tor- n, Hus-tonvil- Mrs. J. V. Larue, has relumed to her homo in Louisville, after n visit to her parents, Col, Huff Dnddernr and wife. Mrs. W. J. EdmiMon, Missc Snl-li- e McWhorter and Eva Taylor, of Crab Orchard, were here shopping, Dr. T. W. Pennington nnd wife nre rejoicing over tho nrrivol of n little daughter in their home. She has been named Martha Adams for Mrs. Pennington's mother. Mr. I!. M. Houchins of the cele-hrnElixir Sirring, visited reln-tiin Anderson count v last week. .1. T. Embry, of tho Auditor's office at Frankfort, spent Saturday nnd Sunday with hi family here. Mi" Jennie Inncnn has returned to her lionv in Lancncr, after n visit to her stter, Mrs. Charlotte Wairen nnd family. Mr. II. C. LcCompte, of Frankfort joined hit wife nnd baby hero Inst Saturday, who nro visiting Mr. Reynold;; and family. Mrs. Tom W. Gooch nnd Mis Sarnh Curtis of McKinney, have been tho gncts of Mrs. A. C. es A1-fo- rd. Stntrg. Saturday. Misses Luln May Uruce nnd Sotio Alcorn, of Danville, spent several days last week with Judge J. W. Alcorn 2!id f njsly. Mr. A. C. Atchlcy nnd children, arrived in Stanford, from Tennessee, Friday evening, much to tho delight of Mr. Atchlcy, forjmn pr'nler on tho I. J. Mr Homer Winy was hern Sunday from Danville, with his family, who have not moved to their new homo yet on account of being unable to find a house. Those who camo down from Crab Orchard, to attend tho show last Thursday night, were Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bronaugb, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace Goyer, Mrs. Carpenter, nnd Misses Ellen nnd Bess Holmes. Mrs. John Anderson, of Hubble is vith her sister Mrs. Allio Thompson who is reported quite sick. Mrs. J. W. Acey, of iBtanford' is hero visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hughes. Lancaster Record. 1 Mis? Elizabeth Jackson, of Wnl-tobeen a recent visitor, Ky.,-hof Miss Snllio Hurdette. ns n, IT' I.1 . iE The Sunbeam Band of the Bap-- , Your attention is called to the disMary Anderson, of Preach Mis play of patterns and tailored hats, list churclrwill meet ncx Snudny af. ersville is here visiting relatives. Misses tcrnonn nt three o'clock. Everyono Mr. 8. D. Lewis, of Mt. Vernon, Wednesday March 27. is invited to nttend, parents especial- Straub. was in town n while Saturday, y. Mr. James Morshlnn, of tabnnon, The Indies of the Baptist church, hero with relatives. Junction, is Jho Womens Missionary Society will have nu exchange April 5. at the ii Mnv Wnrren la visitinz tier post office. Everybody is invited. of the Baptist church will meet with sister, Mrs. C. F. Uurnctt, in Crab Mrs. J. C. McClary next Fridny afOrchard. o'clock. Remember the Oratorical Contest ternoon nt hnlf past twd Miss Willie Hello llollzilaw, who The members nre requested to hand Friday March has been visiting in Winchester hns nt tho opera house 21)h nt 8 I. M., Admiiiion Joe, 2."ic, in their offerings for tho Week of rctnnied home. I'rnjer by that lime. nnd .'t" Mrs. .1. W. Hngin, of Covington, is The. Baptist church Sunday school the guest of her sister, Mrs. II. C. First excursion of season on L. & will have a special Missionary proH.lughmnn. N., will leave Stanford for Louisville Mr. Rodman Kecnon, of Hnrrods-bur- and return April 7th. It leaves Stnn-foi- d gram on Easter Sunday., April 7th. arrived Sunday to be with her nt 0:30 A. M., nnd reaches The Roynl Slave nt the Opera sister, Mrs. T. W. Pennington, nnd Louisville nt 1025 A. M., leaves Hones last Thursday night, was one welcome that pretty little niece who Loui-vilnt (1:30 P. M. Fare fl.75 of tho finest of the nnd n nrrived last week. round trip. Oxgood crowd enjojed it. SHORT LOCAL NEWS What kind of insurance do you Announrement was made by Pas"" , tor J. B. Jone, of the Baptist wnntf Fish & Bromley have it. 23-t- f Seals for the Contest on sale at church. Sunday that the revival serSliugnrs' Drug Store. Mi Ella Mny Saunders, requests vices which uic to be conducted by you to see hev pattern hats and Rev. J. W. Porter, of Lexington, will They will last A nico line of box candy nt Penlutc-- t millinery, Saturday, March 30. begin on June 10. ny's, the Rcxall store. about two week- -. Jcs-- e I (recommend D. Wenrcn, Wc receive fieslu fruit every day. When you want n bond of any the Insurance Man and' the comThey panies represented by him for their Telephone us your order. Gover's kind se0 Fish & Bromley. represent tho American Surety Co., prompt payment of our los on Mar, restnurant. 21-tlargest in the world. Met-al- s, J. T. JOKES. 10, HI 12. Do you know thnt of all the minor ailments colds nre by far the most Misses Strnub extend to you n Rev. J. J. Dickey will preach nt pcisonnl invitation, to attend their McKinnty next Sunday morning nnd dangerous! It is not the cold itself thnt yon need to fenr, but the seriWednesday night. millinery spending, ous disenses thnt it often lends to. March 27. Most of thee nre known ns germ Beginning the fir-s- t of April we disease. Pncumonin nnd constipn- Two stray hogs, a boar and n will adopt n strictly cash system tion are among them. Why not gilt, came to my place, nnd owner and will extend eredit to no one. We take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy can get Mirao by paying for this ad found this to b0 absolutely neces- cure j'our cold while 'on enn? For nud their keep. Jns. P.Rogcrs, Crab sary, in the successful conduct of sale by G. L. Penny. Orchard. our busmess. iiy selling strictly lor N ertt-l- l we will be enabled toffer bet' SPECIAL COURT DOCKET The ladies aro invited to nttend bargain", nnd give onr customers March 30. ter niv opening Saturday, a better service on everything. We The Lincoln Circuit Court meets 24td Mrs. J. C. Lynn. hnvp only the freshest fruits, fancy in a special term today set the best meal the 2Cth, to try criminal cases, chiefdeafness caused by groceries, etc., and For entarrh, in town for 25 cents. Come see us. ly. The docket as called is as folcatarrh breathe Hyomei and end nil C. L. Goer. lows: misery. G. L. Penny guarantees it. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Complete outfit including inhaler $1; When you have rheumatism in Wes Pellman. extra 1(ltes if needed CO cents. .) your foot or instep npply Chamber Same vs Felix Roe (Pronounce it lain's Luiiment nnd you will get Same vs Will Fender Same vs Knpier Mason A spirited content is promised for quick relief. It costs but a 'pinrter Fridny night. Why suffer? For sale by G. L. Snme vs Same the Oratorical Contest Same vs Tom Hicks. Come nnd hear the oratory and good Penny. Snme vs Raymond Noel music. Snme vs Jim Tall ConThe judgi'K of the Oratorical vs John Tnrtcr. See the best oil stove on tho mar- test are from neighboring towns nnd Same Snme vs Newman Pnton 22-t- f. nre skillful ket nt Gcorgo 11. Fan-is- ' Snme vs Dave Hieks Snme vs Lando Dowoll otc. The Junction City Lumber Com- Same vs George Reynolds l'eitilizi-for tobacco beds at 23-- 2. pany will sell cheaper than usual for Same vs Bob Bnssctt Pence's. cash, this jear. Writo them foT 1 Same vs John Tartar nil kinds of building material, Col. Huff Dnddernr says that since prices 2 Same vs Anderson Cnrr, Jr. No 1 to cement, lime, sand, stock nnd poul3 Snme s Same, No. 2 Carroll has gone, he hns decided try fence, etc. Junction City, Ky sell the. celebrated W. II. Trnylor 4 .finwc vs Casper Apt No. 1 22-3rnara nnd will put her up to the high3 Same vs Jas. Rogers, No. 1 C Same vs Same No. 2 est bidder next court day. Nice blue grass farm, of 103 acres 7 Sumo vs Juke Wallin. etc. But come see for yourself. We have For cleaning glows within two miles of Stanford for 5 Same vs G. D. Hughes, Klenzonn. the dandiest line of silks ever seen In i) Snrao vs Woods Carpenter, injury sale, Apply to Adolph Von Gruenisilks, woolen goods without 22-t- f Crab Orchard. Messalines, taffetas, 10 Same vs Charles Reid to Color or fabric. Miss Ella May gan. Peau De Sole and everything In soft 11 same vs W. S. Benedict Siiuudcrs. silks. Come in and see our line $100 Reward, $100. 12 Snme vs John Thornton Tbr rtmdrr cl thte luprr will b plrurd to tram you buy. dkwsM tfcat Kirsre Um k Irut one all Oratorical Contest Fridny night, thai brro abl at to curt In UrrJr-- l ttaara. and that II 13 snme vs Josh Wilson, has luB tfce Samo vs G. C. Lutes, No. 1, only Cure opera house, Admission 15c, 23c Catarrh. 1111 Catarrh mnlk-a- l rratrrnitr. poutit 14 Catarrh turt ooir known to the 15 Samo vs II. E. Christie, brine a mnatltutioiul dmraae. rrquirra a tonttitunnd 3o ccnr. llaUa Catarrh Cure la Ukrc Oonal uratmrnt. 10 Same vs Sam Owens Hockcr, Crab Orchard, artlna- dlrr Or unun the blood and drtroyUu th 17 Snme vs Mat Reid, No. 1 ol the. T1m. thrrrbrrlrtng foundation ot in and the patient See Fish & Bromley about that InKentucky. rtrrnath br bulldlnx up the conatttutlun and surance policy today. It is better Inv nature In dotna Ita wrtrk. Ilie proprletrrtalt IS Same vs Same No. 2 bae u much faith In Ita rurathe poen that ttcy cflrr 111 Same vs Andcrsoti Cnrr Sr., 1 to be safe than sorry. They give (lie Hundred IMtlari for any raw that It (alia to rure. list ol iratimoniaia 20 Same vs Chas. Baughmnu. you the kind that protect. Addmn V. J CIII.NUV A CO.. Toledo, O. . 21 Same vs Wm. Murray, No. 1. rold br all lit. "ale Hall t am- r run for rotutlpatK . 22 Same v Same Konld THINK THIS OVER. Amundsen, discoveror of An oratorical contest is of great 23 Samo vs Ed. Salter No. 1 the South Pole, will visit tho United advantages becaiuo it requireTrotect your loved ones with a lifo 24 Samo vs Same No. 2, This Offer Should Gain the Confi- States and deliver his first North cournge to stand gefore an nudi-euc- y policy in the, Old Northwestern. One 25 Same vs Pciin Williams Ameiieaii lecture at Washington. nnd because the orntor must of tho most liberal companies in tho 2(5 Same vs W. P. Buchanan, No. 1 dence of the Most Skeptical. f. think iu composing orations. "As u world. Fish & Bromley. 27 Same vs Samo No. 2 QUEEN & CRESCENT uinu thmketh in his hend so he is he" 2S SameArch Najlor We pny for all the medicines.ufcd Reduced fares to Cincinnati and Xolilo thoughts foster noblo actions. Parties wanting rooms nnd offices 2'1 Same s Joo Broughton during th0 trial, if our remedy fails a Missionry Exposition of interest Contest Opera House Friday March cntl at Stoto Bank & Trust Co. See 30 Samo vs Clnudo Hughes to completely relievo you of consti- ;o nu. Tickets on Sale March 11 to 11-- tf 20. their nico rooms. 31 Same vs Marcus Moore, No. 1. pation. Wo tuko nil tho risk. You 13, inclusive; 18 tO 20, inclusive, 25 32 Same vs Same, No. 2 arc not obligated to us in any tray to 27, inclusive nnd April 1 to 3, in33 Samo vs dasper Apt. No. 2. whatever, if you accept our offer. clusive, good, returning, within four 31 Same.ys amo No. 3 , An- That's n mighty brond statement, dnys includinjr date of sale. 35 Samo vs Same No. 4 but we mean every word of it. Could ply to nearest ticket agent, Queen & 30 Samo vs'feamo No. 5 anything bo more fair foryou? Crescent route, for full information. 37 Samo vs Anderson. Cnrr, Sr. 2. A most scientific, common-sens- e ' 38 Same vs Same No. 3.' SPRING SUITING treatment is Rcxall Orderlies, which 39 Same vs Anderson Cnrr, Sr. 4. aro eaten liko candy. Their active My new spring and summer sam 40 Samo vs Green Hansford, No. 1 principle is n recent scientific dis- ples nre now ready for your inspec 41 Samo vs Same No. 2 covery that is odorless, colorless, tion. They compnso the best on 42 Snme vs Ghjij Baughmnu No. 2 and tasteless; very pronounced, the market. I can suit anyone as to 43 Same vs Johnllnys gentle, and pleasaut in action, end price who had his clothes mado to 401 Samo vs Eb Brown ugireuuie iu tjvery wuy. order. A suit made to your measuro 45 Snmo' vs Mole Alcorn This ingredient does not couse diar- is preferable to teady uiude clothes. 4(5 Same vs George Harlan Springtimo is here nnd everybody is rhoea, nausea, flatulence, griping, or To have them made to measure 47 Same vs Everett Brown, etc, other inconvenience. Rexall Order- doesn't cost any more than ready riding again. Como iu and see the 48 Snme vs Marcus Mooie, No. 3. lies are particularly good for chil- made when quality and fit is constylish new rigs we have just got49 Same vs Jesse Brock etc. dren, aged and delicate persons. sidered. 'Come in and let me take 50 Snrao vs Newman Patton, No. 2 ten in. We have, without any doubt If you suffer from Cholera or your measure. l 51 Same vs Joo Baugh the most complcto lino of buggies habitual constipation, or the asso- H. C. Hupley, The Practical Tailor. 62 Snme vs G. C. Lutes, No. 2 ever seen in Stanford. It will pay ciate or dependent chronic ailments, 53 Same vs Same, No. 3 we urge you to try Rexall Orderlies you to look them over. Come early 54 Samo vs George Settles, No. 1 at our risk. Remember, you can get and get your pick. Our styles ae 55 Same vs Same No.2 them in Stanford only nt our store. Columbus, Meyer, Ahlbrand, 60 Same vs Lewis Humphrey 12 tablets 10 cents; 30 tablets, 25 57 Same vs George Walls nlal, etc, all high grade work and Sold cents; 80 tablets, 58 Samo vs Andy Geisler good lookers, the best on the market. only at our store. Tho Rexall store. 50 Same vs Geo. Settles No. 3 Penuy's Drug Store. GO Samo vs Will Lewis Daisy Huffman Hrs vs Daisy Si Huffman Hrs. FIRE D. M. Lipps Hrs. vs D. M. Lipps r SURETY BONDS Hrs. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. M. G. Murphy vs Farmers' Home ANB IMIALMIR UNOKRTAKIR V' Telephone Company, TAMrOW, 'KY. STANFOM KENTUCKY. John Burton Hrs vs Jim Burton Hrs. ) OfflN PIMM 117. Hum PMne 1. THE STANFOM INTERIM JtUMALITAHftttt, ir MCMTtrCKV. See That FORD AUTOMOBILE in our window. g, Also lo Our NEW LINE of fords for Men, Women and Children. "Nubucks" f. Tans, Patents, Gun Velvets, and Kids. The latest styles of the Shoe creation now on display. 23-2- p. two-wee- Make your selection from a full stock of kinds and sizes. i High-o-me- Cummins fc Tearen Stanford, Kentucky r p. Don't Take Our Word ' murou-rurfa- rr L. L. Sanders, r linuk-lita- - - phys-i-cn- l - You'll Want a New Buggy For Easter r Ji - 1 Crr J. C. McClary 50-ce- E. T. PENCE, INSURANCE .. !M.mrWLAlfD 3. r Stt r . if p . r"' ,.TL S!. THC tTAJtfMi HHIIHM JtHWAL ITAIsTMt. KENTUCKY. I, "I LIVE AND DIE FOR THOSE I LOVE" Sixty-Sve- n Years of Fair Dealing .and Unequalled : : No Restrictions in Policy wBMMMMMMaPBwaMMMMMMMMawaMMMEBMMMMMMMVt M Success. : as to Residence, Travel or Occupation. : : : lTHypj y? &he Mutual Benefit Life In Account with insurance Co, of Newark, New Jersey. -- i ne lernwe grip Yew whfertiwe wlH its Policyholders since organization in 1845 until January 1, 1912. Cr- of misfortune has few terrors to the man who has saved. wW tor ' Br payments to Policyholders gince orfanizaHon: ceaa. Qien a A deWar wtwd bank accewit here teday. de It. Acewfre To amount received from Policyholders since date $388,066,767 of Organization an eety 60 T. folate.. 63,666,012 79 $451,732,780 39 afcgi For Policy Claims For Surrendered Policies $1I5'2S,65S IS 2? IS . ahewt the future. 15S!2 STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profit $4,0 8.94 Deposits $75,481.90. J. M. D. EADS, et. $451,732,780 39 w. 9 CCC A1 0 7Q Accumulated for the Benefit of the Policyholders UJ,UW,V14. over and above the money received from them The Leading Annual Dividend Company, with Assets of $147,028,871.98 and a Scientific Surplus of of $5,954,158.86. Writes the most liberal policy of any compaay in the world and has paid out Hundreds ha-blNon-for- f citable system, where other companies were not e Thousands of Dollars, under her First Year's and would not have paid out a Penny. . More Insurance in force in Lincoln More Insurance in force in Kentucky than any other company. county than all other companies combined, and not a dissatisfied policyholder among them. A MUTUAL COMPANY practicing absolute MUTUALITY. Write or phone us today for rates and sample policy. f Pres. J. S. RICE, V. Pres. G. L. PENNY, V. Pre. l. Mccarty, k I. SALIN, Cashier. S. A. PHILLIPS, As'st. Cathler, ILL, CHUMIUS, 0., CHICAGO, CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, W. P. Averett, Gen'l Agent Lexington, Ky. THE FARMERS R. M.Newland, Special Agent Stanford, Ky. Top hogs were $7.00 at Cincinnati Sntunlny. William Leonard, representing Stewart, Saunders, Bell & Co., of s Louisville, purchased two of cnttle from Jacob Robinson last week nt $0.25 per hundred. The lot averaged nbout 1250 pounds per head. II. II. Reynierson, of the section sold to James Youell, of Hustonville, '30 head of Mcrrs for April dfr livery nt 0 4 cents. John Thornton sold to Wnyne and Co., Gj head stock hogs at 5 cents, Sam Beard, Millard Thornton and Evan Allen sold to Qrmes & Co., 40 fut hogs .car-loadBrnd-fordsvil- le two-ycar-n- ld 3-- T0LER4, ETRWT, MICH., AM AU MINTS NMTH. ATLANTA, 0., ., 0., 6A., URMItrtHAU, ALA., PUBLIC SALE! 1 Mill GALVESTSN, TEX., NEW ORLEANS, LA., KNOXVILLE, TENN., ANB ALL PttHTt SfUTH AWS DALLAS, TEX., CHATTANvOfiA, TENN., JACKSONVILLE, FU., SHREVEPfRT, LA, SSUTHWCST. 1J offer at public sale on mile-sou- sf' Cettsn Seed Meal just received. J. H. Baughman A Car-lea- d BBmBkNpLBBBSTSBHBW Bmvl h jack stand a THERE IS REAL PAINT at my farm on the Preachersville and and nko some stuff mixed with Stanford pike. He gets good colts chenppning materials that is not and is a sure breeder and will stand I will 22-0worthy of the name. If you have at sfS.OO. H. C. Anderson had experience with the latter kind Journal print your Let the Interior you don't want another. If you horse and jack cards. Neat work haven't take our advice and don't done promptly at rock bottom prices Iluy our real paints exerimeiit. For Sale. Four or five, extra ind sae yourself disappointment ijood work mares. Jas H. Wbcos. and money ns well. Stanford. Ky. J. A. ALLEN. I will stand my grand horse Pres- tot. for tho season of 1912 at my barn at Crab Orchard. He is in better shape this year than for some tfwe and in for a splendid season. Will also stand my crack young stallion Preston, Jr., known as the Jim Smith colt. He is by Preston and a grandson of the great show mare, Kate Malloy. Cards will be out shortly giving full details. J. C. Bailey, Crab Orchard, l Ky. seed oats for sale at the Northern mill. Hustonville Milling Company fcafare you eel!, get price 23-Hustonville, Ky. fA'cowirv or SaKvare. Lee Hurtle has bought of William K. Allen nnd 0. Lewis Henderson, their fine farm of 500 acies, in Logan county, situated near Adainille for which he paid $30,000. This PHONE 153. farm is known as the Browder farm. p. u araarJaBuASaraalBBBa sKHa7sW acies of land to sell; can cut the land to suit purchaser; this is splendid farming land and a bargain Write to Box 190, Stanford 22-t- f. Car-lea- d ef Northern White Seed Oats Just in. J. H. Saughman & Company. Ce. 225 Saturday, March 30, at my home un the Crab Orchard th and Wnynesburg road fie of Ottcnheiiu, two good work mures, one in foul by juck, one good yearling mare colt, one cow with calf, two eowa to be fresh and one seven years to be fresh May 23, one heifer, two yearling steer-- , one yearling calf. fivq-year-o- ld ld all points North, East, South and West VIA THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE S --A QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. roarARUAMAUOTHtt larosjiATiea, cau en ee am IXXINOTON. KV. H. C KINO, hiwaa aaa Tkfcat Aft, 101 E. Mala St, CTNCINMATI. OWW. W. A. BCCKLEK, P air Acaat. O-- 7f , IVwiii unpVinviitn. One We Pay Highest Market Prices For three-year-o- ld Purs -- All kinds ot Produce, Hides and 8fis H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mr. 4. cutting disc harrow, one good uie anu uuiereni Mints oi mi mess, a lot of lumber nnd nil kinds of fanning tools. ANo ray household goods coiiMsting of it bedroom suit, nt $6.20. ono chiffonire, one center table, one Bridges Bros., of Bath county, lounge, two tables, eight chairs, one bold their fine young jack, "Ken- rocker, two bed, two of bed tucky Wonder", to Nicholas ille par- spruit's, one kitchen stove, and one heating toe, one hewing machine, n ties for $1,200. n League's hill, ex- lot of cow pens, nbout 20 bushels of The tending local option in Maryland to potatoes ad many other things too counties not nhendy "dry," was numerous to mention. Sale begins passed by the House of Delegates. nt 10 o'clock. Terms made knowr. on dnv of sale Mack Wallace, formerly of JOSEPH ABT hurt in tho rail wns Waynesburg, Kentucky. ,i road shops at Somerset last Friday M. II. Johnson, And. when a heavy weight fell on him. It was nt first thought that he Mas Detectives searching for the Allen dead nnd his wife telephoned to re- clan near Hillsville, Va., declare that tain es thnt lie was in convulsions they expect to locate them soon. and could not live. It was found, iiuwrter, liuil tiio accident wuw nut EXECUTOR'S SALE! ns serious as first thought, and it Of Perstatl Preserty is now believed that he hns n good chance for his life. the estate As Executor Anti-Saloo24-2- imr, Mm SPRING SUITINGS! ELEGANT LINE OF WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN SPRING SUITINGS IN NEWEST PATTERNS, LATEST STYLES AND ALL COLORS. Prices 15c, 25c, 50c, and $1 Yd WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION. ALSO RIG LINE OF TOWE HANDLE ONLY AT RIGHT PRICES. BACCO CANVAS GOODS OF QUALITY AND GUARANTEE PRICES. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. of of Cs ?ojFX FARMERS, ATTENTION ! P aW tkat our stock f Collars, Har wist probably be) foread buy an' emir plaw anel rig up aa extra tews. REMEMBER tbat w caa wait yew THE OLIVER PLOW Oa accouat ! tka lata Spring you f ITM! ITCt! ITCH! Scratch and rub rub and scratch until jrou fel mm If you could almost tear tn burning ikln from your body until It Mtoia ss If you could bo lower adur ttaasa endless daya of awful torture those terrible nights Of alaasleaa 'ajony. rieaos aura aNvsjcmng ,gToator tkaa ovor, as wo havo giv-- a this lioo our spocUl attention. W. E. PERKINS fft Crab Orchard, Ky. Tlian a faw dropa of D. IX D., tho famotia Kcseala Speclflo and. Oh I what relUfl.'The Itch gone lnauntly! Comlaatt fort and raat at almple D. O. D. la a external waai that cleanre and heali the Inflamed akin aa nothing eUe can. A recocalaad apeclHo for BcMma, Paorlaala, Bait Ilheuin or any other akin trouble. We can give you a full also bottle D. for aenulna cf theand If the D. Bret remedy faltl yrry bottle 11.00 to give relief It wilt not coat you a eent.. We aliu can give you a sample botcents. another tle for it you caa Why aulfar V.X get D. air when A Tajaaar laruaaJall asjiiam I ewiftwi t m swwfwte. Anderson Carr, deacensed. I will of fer at public sale on Saturday, Man 31, 1912, nt 1 o'clock P. M., at Nunnelley's Kentucky. Stock Yards, Stanford t: 2 The following property gray work mates, 1 mule, 0 head of hogs, 4 calves, 20 goats, 1 buggy, 2 wK?rtJ. 1 Knt L do"!'? tercel "hot-gu3 pistols, 1 fine bird dog, (hitch) farming implements, tools, harness etc. Also one cooking range, household and kitchen furniture, store fix tures, show cases and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms. All sums of 1 10 or under cash in hand. Sums over 10 a credit ot sixty days note with approved security, payable at the Lin-toCounty-- National Bunk, Stanford, Ky. A. T. NUNNELLEY. Executor to-win, ln Educational FarmTrain Will Be in Stanford MAY, I MARCH 3011 t. to do all Linda of concreting, such as Hlock Work, Pavements, and in fact, we can make anything from a koube down to a Wi are fencfl post. CtNCRETINt in position Call and get our prices befdre yon buy your material at PHILLIPS 9lvwai la t. from 3 to 5 o'clock p. m. The train will have seven cars, with thirty-fiv- e persons aboard. Will also have live stock and poultry exhibit Be sure and come and bring your neighbor. Everything FREE. Remember date and place Stanford Depot, Saturday, March 30th, from 3 to 5 p. m. " .A, MM., Stanford, Ky. t. ?fcf- -. -- si $ VF