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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): March 29, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912032901_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 29, 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. The Interior Journal. VOL. XXXIX NO. 20 STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. WILL ANNOUNCE SOON Common-monwealt- FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1012 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. TRIAL OF WALLIN CASE AT SPECIAL COURT TERM Two Absent Witnesses Cause Defense to ask Continuance More-lan- d Killing Hard Fought The special term of Circuit Court rnlled by Judge llnrdiu fur the trial of the criminal docket, began on Monday, but up to the timo that the . J., icport for tlife issue closed Thursday but two coses had been tried. "It was expected tbut the trial of the indictment against V. D.f Jake nnd Ernest Wullin for the Husk'tiis killing nt Crab Orchard begin ou Thursday afterwould for tho defenst noon. Attorneys sought a continuance until the regular May term of court to which time nil tho witnesses had been It was shown that two important witnesses, who lire out of the jurisdiction of this court, con-nbe here. The Commonwealth was willing to admit their testimony, u taken before the exnmiuing trial, und "Judge Hardin ordered the parties to prepare for trial. Friends of the Messrs. Wiillin nro very confident that they will be acquitted when the evidence is heard. They tire represented by Attorney J. W. nnd K. S. Alcorn, of this city, J. Mort Rothwell, of LniiVoKtcr, nnd Hobert Mnrding of Danville. An indictment ehmgliig HiM Rowo n negro youth, with seduction, was the first ease, for trial, nnd he wns acquitted by the jury. Itiiymond Noel, the young Mercer comity man, who shot George Murphy so that he died, in u rough house nt Morcland several mouths ugo, was next put on trial, nnd his tne wns hard fought. K.He wns deRnnkiu, of fended by Attorney C. Hnrrodsbiirg, mid 1'. M. McHolicrts, of this place, while Attorney George E. Stone, of Danville wns encaged to nsUt ConimonwenltliN Attorney George 1). I'loicncc nnd County Attorney W. S. Hun-l- i in the piosccu-tiosum-inone- d. ot u. lurch to Make Race for Attorney Yielding to the earnest solicitation of his friends, County Attorney W. S. Hurch is telling them this week, that ho will soon muke formal announcement of his candidacy lor the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney before the primary which vi bo held in August. Tho offico will bo filled by n special election in November (Icorgc D. Florence, the nesent Prosecutor hiiv'ing been appointed to fill the vacancy, caused by tho ascension of Hon. Charles A. Hardin to tho Circuit bench. So far thorc has been but ono fortnnlly announced candidate for the Democratic nomination for the Commonwealth's Attorneyship, Hon. Eiiimett I'uryenr, of Hole count'. Tho friends of .Mr. Hurch mid County Attorney Joe Robinson, of Gnr aril, have been expecting Ijoth of them to make (he race, and the formal irsjiouuccmcnt of MrvIlurcli which will come soon will prove the word for his friends to begin work of organization for him over the four counties of the district, Lincoln, Doyle, Onrrnrd nnd Mercer. County ArWncy Rodman Kccnnu, of the last mimed, has been mentioned ns n prospective candidate, also du Iml betieVe that but his flit-lidhe will enter, inasmuch as Mercer ulrendv has (ho Circuit Judgeship The Democratic nomination which will he mnde nt tho primaries in August is considered ns practically equivalent to election, inasmuch ns the four counties of flic district, nre usunlly largely democratic. If there is republican opposition to tho deinorrati'' nominee, the candidate will be Hon. George D. Flinence, of this enmity now serving under "apWillson. pointment of 1 s v. ORATORICAL To Be Held CONTEST Boys By High School r r Three pint Chorus O'er The Flower He jeweled Meadows Abt. Civic Pride John M. II. Waters. Moral Foicc in Civilization Harry L. Rcinhnrt. i Heading An Abandoned Elopement Miss Jackson. . I The Great Awakening Moitfison Blight. "Vocal Galop Revel on the Leacs Vearie Gills .. the felt School Shall Our National Glory Fade? Harris Coleman . CRAB ORCHARD Piano Imitation to the Dance Mrs. N. H. Coy,, of Madison conn. . ly is nt the Sanatorium for , her Weber. Misses Mary Moore Rnney mid Effie Dnughimiii. health. Announcement of decision of Mr. and Mis. YV. It. Ilrowu, of Judges nnd presentation of medal- -. spent tho day with Mr. Lancaster r mid Mr. 1. K. l'arrish1 hjst SuuBRODHEAD hty. Mossy. Ray Wiltnott nnd Urban Mr. Samrilnrris mid family have gone to Washington to make their Ciss have returned home after n week's viit in Indianapolis, Iml, home. Miss Blanche Howell nnd Albert Christian The Indies of the churclr will have their usual Faster Hint! were in Livingston Sunday. Mrs. Jim Owens is visiting in Ml. offering nnd all the mcuiben are requested to leave their eggs, with Vcinon. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roberts me Mr. Wallace. , Mr. lteniie Fish is with his moth-- r, in Louisville this week buying their They will pi to housefniiiituie. Mrs. M. E. Fish. has return- keeping in one of J. 0. Frith' Miss Minerva Tijfrey ed home from n pleasant visit, in houses, opposite Mrs. Mary Albright, Williamsburg. Patent Padgett und family have Mr. azi Mrs. I I Banders, spent to Indiana, and Clureneu "Sunday In Unrgin, wilji his sister moved Schnffer has moved into the house Mrs. Sam Dmicnur Mis Lois Morgan is nt home af- recently vacated by Mr. Padgett. The Misses Isaacs who have been ter n several weeks' stny with her visiting Hie Kentucky Normal nt uncle in Richmond. Richmond, returned to their home Senator-Elec- t near Dee Lick. Monday. Ollio James hns Rev. SnwyerH, of Pineville. is visfor Chnnip Clurk for the democratic nomination for pres- iting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Albright. Arthur-Wnlliof Columbus, Ohio He says: "lie as tho ident visited his brother Egbert here, supnominee will receive the hearty port of every Hryun democrat and first of the week. Muster William Cass entertained will not be of fetish o to the Eastern In fact, men of nil n iiumbei of his friends last Saturson servntives. shades of belief cn rally about him. day afternoon, from two to four, in honor of his seventh birthday. A life of public- service finds his reMr. mid Mrs. F. L. Dcnhftm nnd cord without n stain. I am henrtily for him nnd I believe Hint his nom- little son of Mt. Vernon, visited heio ination menus that for which we all first Qf the week. Mrs, Daisy Hunt was up from great national vic.so much hope, u Crnb Orclund Sunday. tory." Rev. W. r. Rogers of Louisville, Whut kind of insurance do you the Cluistian cliuiVh, last Saturday wnntt Fish & Bromley have it. 23-- tf and Sunday. '. 11 of testimony wns in trodueed, most of it showing that the tiffnir took place, while Noel. Murphy and other young men wcro lrinkinc mid carousing nt Morcland nnd Htistonville one Sunday. The testimony brought out that there had been no difficulty between the men, but nil were drinking moro or less on whisky and malt mend, and were boisterous us n icsult. Noel contended, nnd introduced u number f witnesses who corroborated him, that the killing wns entirely accidental mid was cnuspd by n pistol Middeniy exploding which he was showing to the other boys. A brother of Murphy, who wns ptcscnt, however contends that the killing was intention-ji- l nnd the result of sudden linger Noel wns here on 'Nod's part. jiccotiipnuied b his young wife. A "inrge number of witnesses came over from Hnrrodsburg and gave chim nil excellent reputation. A quantity Friday Night Much interest is being manifested in the oratorical contest which will be held nt the openi house tonight, Friday, by pupils of the Stnti-foi- d High School. The program for the c) cuing will bc ns follows; llnuo The Ilntterfly Levallce. Annie Davis McRoberts. A Present Crisis William Jr. True Coleninn. Me-Cnrt- y, Americanism Thomas G. ' ed u, tor II. M. Fiomnn of Ghent, a mem- 'FLUOR SPAR MINE ber of the State Hoard of AgricuSTOPS HERE SATURDAY FOUND IN LINCOLN CENTRAL COMMITTEEMAN. lture; Prof. T. R. Ilryant and A. V Popular County Attorney of Mercer Large Crowd Expects to See Agri- Fades of the Kentucky Experiment Remarkably Pure Specimen ef This Slntion staff, Miss Nina II. Aiford cultural Exhibits Fine ChickSays His County May Instruct Valuable Metal Discovered On of Louisville, )cpreenting the press; ens to Be Shown. For Champ Clark S. H. Baughman's Farm W. T. Kelly, staff correspondent, nnd C. W. Hurkott. nhotosrnJ The Farmers' Special train, County Atorney Rodman Kccnon, Thnt Lincoln county may becoino Miss which is being urn over tho state by pher for the Courier-JournaTuesof Mercer county, was here Annie Lee Raleigh of Louisville, a large producer of fluor spur, or day nnd Wednesday this week ,a the State Department of Agricul- stenographer to Commissioner of Larytc; which is used ns one of character witness for Rnyniond ture, in .the interest of the farmers Agriculture Newman: Prof. E. S. of tho state, will be in Stanford, the ingredients of n certain paint is Noel who was tried for killing Good of State University. .1 to n o'believed by many who huvo seen a George Muiphy nt Morcland sever-n- l Saturday afternoon, from months ugo. Mr. Kccnon is otic of clock. It will stop at Crab Orchsample of this valuable mineral, HUSTONVILLE BALL CLUB tho best known young democrats in ard uhoiit noon, before coming here. which wns blown out of the ground It is expected that a large number this part of the state nnd n wheel-hur.on the fnnn of Mr. S. II. Daughman, of Lincoln county farmers will gath- To Hold Benefit. Candy Pulling And in Mercer. He is being urged about a mile from town on the Spelling Match Other News by muiiy of his friends to stand for er here to meet tho train, nnd seeSomerset pike. Tile piece of miner-n- l the exhibits which it will have State Central Committeeman from was brought to town and" is on the Eighth district when the Btnto nlhutrd. Expci Is in all branches of exhibition nt the First National Ilustonville, March 28. farm work will be on hand to excommittee is reorganized at tho The base bnll boys will have a Hank. The specimen is nlniost-- ' state convention this summer. He plain everything. Not th0 least intircly fiee of foreign substances. would be n might' hard iiinu to beat teresting will be the poultry exhibits candy pulling and spelling match nt pure white in color, nnd seems wero he to o'ffer for tljis place, und sonic finely bred fowls nre ou the Graded School building on Frifree of foreign substances. anil would undoubtedly find Lincoln board to be .shown at the various day evening nt 7 o'clock. All are Those who arc experienced in metalstops. strong for him. As Lincoln hns the invited. The proceeds go for the lurgy say that it is n fine sample, The poultry exhibit which wns ar- benefit of congressman from the Eighth disthe ball team. Iluston- nnd if the deposit ou Mr. Bnugli-iiinn- 's trict mid will have u enndidato for ranged by Roger V. Hurp of Lexfarm contains a quantity sufville promises to have a cruckcrjuck Commonwealth's Attorney this full, ington, President of the Stutc Poulficiently Inrge to make working it it is jrrobnble that she will not ask try Association, nnd Secretary of nine in the field this season. profitnble, the "mine" ought to The W. C. T. U. met for the reg- prove very valuable. for much from the pnrty organiza- the Kentucky branch of the Amerition when the district organizes nt can Poultry Association, consists of ular monthly meeting Thursday Mx. Dangbuiun "dug up'' the the following exhibits: the state convention. Murch 21st, at the home of mineral while one of his men was Mr. KcciioiTiiys that while titer, Pekiu ducks, from Elmcndorf Mrs. Mollie McConnnck. A very in- doing some plowing in the field is a strong sentiment for Woodrow Farm. teresting program was rendered un- south of his house. There was a Wilson in Mercer county, the counItluek Lungshnns furnished by der the leadership of Mrs. Kate My- Inrge rock projection nbovo the ty will probably send u delegation ers and .Miss Rose Yowell, the com- earth, in which was n good sized Mrs. Joseph M. Grant. to the statu convention instructed mittee. This organization dates its fissure. Mr. Daughman had some S. C, Ruff. Orpingtons, H. S. Bush, for Champ Clark, Speaker of the birth from the recent local option dynamite at the house, so he proDouse. Chirk taught ..Lexington, Ky. National campaign. At this time they have cured a stick and set it off in the S. C. White Orpington, L. L. Hag. 34 active members who hnvo school in Mercer in his young the fissure of the rock, thinking to blow mid the pcoplu of that county gin, Fayette comity. cause of temperance and morality it out of the field, where it hinderWhite Wynndotte, W. Enrly, Fay- at heart ond moro useful citizenfeel bound to him by many strong When the top covered plowing. ette county. tics. ship. The little bow of white rib- ing lind been blown off, and the forLight Urobilins, Hurris Leyman, bon will no doubt bind the Christian So fur there nre but two announcmation beneath exposed, it was seen ed candidates for delegute to the Midway, Kj. workers of till the churches more be of the peculiar white color; S. C. White Leghorns, F. L. Sny- closely together. The following of- to convention trom the Dnltimore nnd W. II. Wenren lccognized it ns Col. Thomas J. der, Fayette county. Eighth district, ficers Lave Jjecn elected for 1912: fluor spar or bnrytes. S. ('. Duff Leghorns, Stnte UniSmith, of Madison county, and Col. Mrs. Jennie Adams. "President; Mrs. The bnrytes mines in Jessamine Robert 0. Evnn, of Hojle. It is versity. Jennie Curpenter, General Vice county are being worked very S. C. Drown Leghorns, IJ. C. Harp Piesident; Mrs. Rose Willis, CorresKavmiaugh, of whjspered that Dr. by their owners, and it is Rose Comb. Rhode Maud Red, F. ponding Secietury, Mrs. Victoria profitably Anderson, will likely be n candidate not improbable that nn expert will lor this place, aNo. Of the different II. Gordon. Lipps, Recording Secretary, Mrs. be asked to come here and look over S. C. Rhode Island Red. F. II. Mollie McConnnck, Treasurer. candidates for the democratic nomithe young mine which has been unnation for president Woodrow Wil. Gordon. L. M. Reid was with the home covered on Mr. Baughman's place. undoubt-tdl- y Dnrrcd Plymouth Rocks, D. II. folks for u few days last week. sou nnd Champ Clink are the favorites in the Eighth, Harp, Pisgnh, Ky. Miss Ada Alcorn left Thursday ANNOUNCES FOR JAILER Duff Plymouth Rock, II. D. Bur- - for a visit to Miss Mnttie Alcorn with Oscar Underwood mighty closo up. There is little sentiment for ton. Nickolnsville, Ky in Chicago. Mr. AY. A. Carson, one of the best Harmon. A great deal of the leadTlunous Ashlock nnd family have known democrats in Lincoln, shies ninke-it- p of the train is ns moved to Ellisbnrg. The ing democrats Jiclieve that the wise his castor into the ring as n canthing to do is to for the different follows : Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Tnte, Mr. and didate for Jailer of Lincoln county, deleNo. 1, which is next to the Mrs. C. P. Drown motored to Dan I'tir counties to send uniiistnieted in this issue of the I. J. He has gates to the state convention, for engine wns in charge of Prof. Geo. ville Wednesdny, shopping. who will be found sol011111' friend delegation to Haiti-mor- Roberts, teacher of Agronomy at Mr. nnd, Mrs. A. J. Adams nnd nil iiuiiistructed idly behind him in the primary "in The ery strong sentiment State University mid a member of Mis. J. II. Yowell and son motored Ho states his posiAugust, 1913. for Woodrow Wilson in "Kentucky stuff. Associated with Piof. Rob- to Danville Monday. tion in the following card: is offset to n eon.siderablu degree by erts is E. C. Mintiiidalc, n wheat Jnel: Newbern came fiom Stnn-for- d I nin no stranger. I nm running the native son pride in Clark and specialist from Wilkersoti, Intl., nnd Monday for a short visit to for Jailer of Lincoln county because Underwood, and with three such Joseph E. Wing, a specialist in the the home folks. I vvnnt the olticc not io spite anyone in tho field, many be- culture of alfalfa of Mcchaniesburg, candidate Smith Yowell was over from Dantwo as- ville Sunday and spent the day with nor to help defeat any one except lieve the Kentucky delegation should 0. In addition there are W. A. CARSON. my opponents. hold itself in n position to be able sistants who nre students nt State Mrs. Yowell and tho boys. most available University. They me J. Oostnhuizen, -t to decide upon the Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Adams, Mrs. BLUE LICK man. nl'ter canvassing closely the who matriculated from South Afri- - A. J. Admits and Miss Jessie Powell en and II. M. Wulker of Mayville. motored to Stanford Tuesday. situation tbioiighout the nation. Jfrs. Wcs Nnylor is improving. W. c Car No. 2,which is the HorticulMisses Eliza Rout and Florence HIGHLAND tural car i in charge of Prof. C. W. Sprngcns were the guests of Miss G. Diiugherty is not dong much good Mr. James Cash hits moved- - his Mathews, who has clinigc of the Ella Harnett Wednesday. - Iloiticaltiiral Woik and other allied Harry Cnmnitz, nnd his father, saw mill tothis place. So you see Farm work hns progiessecl rather branches nt State University nnd II. R Cumuitz, spent several hours Hltte Lick is on a boom. As soon ( slowly Ai far. as the weather clear up, the idle Prof. G. 1). Smith of the Eastern with Stanford friends last week. boys will have something to do. mid Hurtoii hac moved Hutt Kentucky Stnte Noininl school, nt Miss Margaret Davis, of Danville, Look out for mud dog. J. II. their saw mill fioin near Oltenhciin Richmond, Ky. , Assisting Prof. is the guest of Miss Josephine Stringer killed one Sunday morning. to near J. II. Outer's. 'Mathews in the work of instruction Jni-Ilusty hit been very ill. several is It. II. Milton ns a Junior studei:' (). G. Spcnke, after News conies W. that William Mrs. Mnry D. Ferrill spent Saturmouths test with his saw mill ou nt Stnte University. Penvyhouse has been elected cashuccount oV the severe winter Car No. H, is known lis tho Do- ier of tho Commercial Hank, nt Jack day and Sunday with her uncle, M. M. Lay nt Ilustonville. wenthcr, bus tit last got his mill mestic Science car, nnd ts in son. Mr. Penvyhouse i very We ni glad to hear little James moved to the farm of Mr. Dougnn chnrge of Mis Nettle S. Kuowles. bright and promising young man miles East of Highland nnd is instructor of Domestic Science, in mill we nre indeed glad to own Peck is improving. two Mis M. G. Diiugherty has been now lendy for sawing tigiiin. Iowa Stute Univeisity nnd "Miss that he i one of our home bovs. ill with the grip but is better now. to Lexing- Aubyu Chiiui, instmctor o Homo Kuril Jaiiseu ha gone Dr. Edwnrd Alcorn accompanied Stnte University. Miss Ada Alcorn nrt fur ns Cincinton to find employment for the sum- Economics nt ZEMO MAKES ASTONISHING Mrs. Eliza T. Martin, President of nati last week when she went to mer. ECZEMA CURES Mr. C. 0. MeKenzie bus moved to the Wo mini's Club of Louisville, Chicago, Mnry Yiinont were Major and Mrs, Snow nnd handnnd Mi the Jiniscu faun. "We Prove It." with the instructors of the some little son were here shopping Every duy ZEMO gives relief and Walter Win field having tried Lwi cures men, women and children in last Saturday. Domestic Science car. isville and other place for employAmerica whose A. J. Adams drove his nutotiiobilo every town in Cnr No. !, is used as the dining ment bust returned to Highland nnd with torturing he und Kuril Meier will raise u to- ear and is in charge of J. E. over to Lexington last Wednesday skins nre on fire bacco crop on the f ii mi of Thus. Jacks of St. Louis nnd F. Lett of in les than tlnce hours, with, a half ECZEMA rashes and other itching, burning, scaly, nnd crusted skin and Chicago, noted colored chef who hour stop nt Danville. Hutt. Swop biiililinir an nildit- - lml elmrge eUie diner attached left, Monday 'for scnlp humors.ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) Ira Hollar l'nrkr J1KMO and to President- - .Tuft's hiciiul car Nnshville vvheie he will accept a po- SOAP, two refined preparations will ion to his house. preparing to when he mnde his Inst extensive sition. Rev. Henry Mills is give you such quick relief that you Miss Ptiscilln Newbern is the will feel like a new person. build n ncnt cottage on his land trip across the continent. Philip Rico Wo give you threo reasons why und W. Rromlct of Chicago were guest of Mrs. Joseph McKeown in near Mt. Moriali chinch. wo recommend and endorse ZEMO There has been quite n lot of sick nssistiiu; in the culinary depart- Louisv ille. J. P. Goode is in Cincinnati hav- nnd Zemo Soap for all skin and ness here the past few weeks. A ment. These colored men had charge little gill of A. L. Young, nlso onl of of the Pullman as well a the diner. ing u spociulist treating his eye scalp eruptions. 1st. They nro clean, scientific Car No. (I, is the Dairy car and that bus been giving him much A. J. Gourley's children nnd Air. V. preparations that give universal King uie is. in" charge of Prof. J. J. Hooper trouble lately. O. llallord and Mrs. J. A. Miss Elizabeth Penvyhouse is nt satisfaction and are pleasant and inspector of Animal Industry at the sick one nt picsent. agreeable to use at all times. home from Richmond, where she Diiugli of Danville is Stnte University. Mrs. Walter 2d, They are not experiments, Nor-mCar No. 7, is known ns the hns been attending the Stute here visiting her mother nnd other but nre proven cures for evry form School. miiuiul cnr. of skin or scalp affections whether relatives. Rev. W. S.. Willis i suffering front on infants or crown persons. Car No. 8, is the demonstration Mrs. Rosn Faulkner, whose eye 3rd. They work on a uev principle. was put out by the smallpox some cur on which the cuttle und o'lher the effects of n severe strain of his . They da not glaze over the surface years ago, had tho member removed live Mock are exhibited at tho buck. but they penetrate to tho seat of the lij Drs. OBnnnoti qf Stnufonl nnd various stops. Dr. Arthur Yager, ono of the best trouble, and draw the genu lifa from Among those in charge of the cnr C. M. Thompson of Kings Mountain college, heuds in the south, resign- 'underneath tho skin and destroy it. mid associated in the work are: Inst week. 11. 8. Darker of State ed this week ns president of George-tow- n In this way n complete cure is afPresident M. O. Bryant of Burusidu was college. fected in any enso of SKIN OR University; Dr. 'M. A. Scovillo of here Inst week. RcnnYor-'noTuylor, of Tcnneaseo SCALP ERUPTIONS. Endorsed and Kentucky Experiment Station; the sold in Stanford by the Peuny Drug Scats for tho Contest on Bale at State Commisioueer of Agriculture, is critically ill nnd his death is Store. Sliugaii' Drug Store, J. W. New man; former Stnte Sena KEEN ON MAY STAND FOR FARM SPECIAL TRAIN l; se en-tir- ly ii, mun-hood, e. ' San-didge. -I , -nl b 4 '. v 'is V.. MS - . s , &' , TlfC vTAVFV HITfclWW el"srw mMt 9 1 WHerr Old rfFe RKW lKT llton, have been the' guests ef his father, Mr. Abe Mtk. Mr. Bigger, of ItarrotUtMtrg, was here on business last week. Mixses Mnry and Bessie Arnold, of Danville, nhve been the guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Wighnin. Mr. Nonh Bishop was in Etibanks the first of the week. Mr. Wliiteneck "!itcd homefolks in Harrodeburg taut week. A State Normal LETTINC TUESDAY, APR. 2, IM2 kf Notice is hereby given that the Lincoln County Fixcal Court will until 10 o'clock a. in., Tuesday Apr. 2, ad 1012 receive staled bids for stone and (.'ravel contracts on the various turnpikes in bo id Lincoln county, Kentucky. Alt bids for furnishing, hnuling, of W Bright 8trt, Bern la. OnU writ t Mas. lUasitx E. now well wraran after nfferln- - tor "l am ereTja different doctor, each on taringihrm rear and doetorln breaking nnd spreading stono and It wa eometnlng differ bbssT a .arsBsm wtlh and th but one, after patting ma through a tnorougn examination, gravel must be benled and filed with ent, aid I differlnc from a growth, which. In Mae, would mult In ami cancer, ni aH I would not lira niota than two year U not oper. nie on or' before 10 o'clock A. M. upon right away. I tMcama bopelewlr dumaiagad but would not Monday April 1, 1012 nt Stanford ated content to the operation a 1 waa too weak and too much afraid, but at Uat. throuab th adrtra of a friend. I tried Dr. PJarce'a medicine, and Ky., and no bids will bo received afof af tar. ualna two Ibottle umI th FarorlU PieaciluUun 1 ImmedlaUIjr ml i. .t...H hne af Ifeallne: Rronoaltorle and ter tlint time. Contracts will bo let eiatit bolt of 'toUon Tablet.' and can aafrlr pralaa th nam of Dr. to the lowest nnd best bidders, and Pierre' mediclnra to all who eufter from any female dleeae. for umt medicine are all thry ar cUlmed to be, and I bop wilt bals etbar a contractors will bo required to give they bar helped n.. Kaa. llanos. bond with surety, to bo approved by me, for the faithful performance of their contracts nnd fur nil penalFHTe) TMMS friWtw Wf WHy rJQf IIMt VWH TMI IMvm HT ties nnd damages for failure to so perform their contracts within the time nnd under the conditions herein mentioned. Ormiaary Outlast Stanford nnd Danviiie pike sec. 1 from Stanford to Mrs. Mattie Nearly Tweaty Tears' Test Preves it White's 30 rods stone. Stanford nnd Danville pike, sec. 2, from Mrs. Mattie White's gato to Uoylc county line, 30 ro'ds stone. C. HasseEaaalfer water tiikt seaaas. Stanford nnd Hush Brands pike Fan, Factory aad sec. 1, from Stanford and LancasL Tear Dealer caa to Branch creek 10 ReMdeace baild-iatf- s. Saaiples ter pike Rush tods stone. Same sec. 2, from Rush Branch aad Fraefs. CKHtlLeakKIeets to Hubble 10 rods stone. If aet. ask Us. C Stanford and Knob Lick pike sec. aaaelately to Hustonville 1. from Stanford pike to Hanging Fork creek 12 rods ' gravel. Same sec. 2, from" Hanging Fork (o Danville and Hustonville The Dieat & Wia Paper Ceataaay, pike 15 rods gravel. PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE pike Stanford nnd Milledgevilie dNdNMATt, OHO sec. 1 from Stanford and I Ins ton ville to McCormack's church G rods stone and 5 rods gravel. Stanford nnd Milledgevilie seo 2, from McCormack's church to Notice! Raisers 23 rods gravel. Stanford nnd Prenchersville pike 4-11- -44 sec 1 from Stanford and Crab Orchard piko to Wilkerson's branch 10 rods stone. CURES Same see. 2, from Wilkerson's Cholera. Gapes. Limberneck, Rood, Canker.J Branch to Crab Orchard nnd LanioA:.a,0Kr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry caster pike 20 rods gravel. Stanford and Crab Orchard pike MKaiBBiwa.KTw.rB.nUaR4.llformiadth-iliab- w WaCnwaw! rBMttwowa. Kr..mm "Chw dWefReape4.ll.44 sec. 1 from Stanford to Baughman's and dew ia bill eta tell uWwena aad wWrw the cticHalilly. llUlhabwIpMeoMmlhaTecritaoaV gate 15 rods stone. ajg. twiwMfwteW y J. Crime JTaJlawm. lj. hkt Se at all tn&xi. Same sec. 2 from Baughman's gate to Bywater gate 20 rods gravel. SOLD BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Same sec. 3 from Bywater's gnte to Crab Orchard 30 rods stone. i! Stanford and Ottcnheim pike m. 1, from Stanford nnd Wnyneeburg pike to J. Q. Lynn's 5 rods stone. Same sec. 2 from J. 0. Lynn's 'to Boone's shop 10 rodi stone. Burnt white, clear and last drop. For ateadr to theeveryone Same sec. 3 from Boone's shop to the aako of in tha family, lniUt on having; Ottenlieim 2o rotw gravel. Stanford and Dhc river pike sec 1, Oil from Stanford nnd Crab Orchard Bootless-Odor-l8mokptr9 pike to Ilayden's Switch 15 rods Costa no more than Inferior tank - wagon kinds. gravel. Saves eyes; aavei money. Yourfleaier baa It In barrel direct from our wore from CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. KLMHSVUE, KY. OU. toSame sec. 2,lano 10Ilayden's Switch Trnylor's rods btone. Aato Beflnerr at Warrea, Pa. HlahOraa. lfotor OaaoH Fame sec. 2 from Ilayden's Switch to Garrard county line 12 rods stone Stanford nnd Lancaster pike sec. TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS 1. from Stanford to Logan's lane, COURSES: Preparatory. State Certificate, 10 rods gravel. Life Diploma, County Certificate Review. Same sec. 2, from Logan's lane to Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, Onrrnrd county lino 20 rods gravel. Stanford and Wayncsburg pike Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogue Free. Address : : : Richmond. Kentucky sec. 1 from Stanford to Ottcnheim : : : J. G. CRABBE, President. piko 30 rods stone. Same sec. 2, from Ottenhcim pike to Maywood county road 30 rods . stone. Same sec. 4, from Maywood conn- 'y loud to Carters store 5 rods LOOKS A 'WOUIAN'S GOOD we. . ""7 iM a..... u seiMrel hearth M haJ wMH taearThef Irrealities.frequentlw I ui iMnpvnT bMM oi ree wi saia san Seartkitf (ma early womanhood, he wffert from e BsJwWevw HMO be beetitifirf WMaa4r ...... -- hXh. K .he the (TM Of the MM wl ww MM nvwint Wl -huvi hmIhi about rata Ifcrt toeh women euier little, or Ml r tM, from womaajr It to tararlaWr Merr olptln the beekh end leave in the fee the rferaajeaaeate wMeti iueTrlig. Dr.R.VrPierce.lhe femou pecltHtt mi the Anmm of women, found toothed the orgenUm Mmllir to prescription in kit earlr practice thet helped the woman t he machinery, e it were, ol the human irttem-e- ad d and aged her fee. Thla remedy became to am thoM peienit period that r Ml II that he rl PUMa'a I7M..tA benefited thoutand of women and eared them from miaery i SxBBBBBBBai and differing at different period m life. eSSasTwaawsteVMBBaaTawasai KM Da MM WMflHI KW" RMCC If inMBKNiS Toll House 36 rods gravel. OKI, LAIWIPPC ANfJ THEN PeKVSrBfllA. wieee ..tfe4 Ivj j tt teM-te- women-hood-oil- ecar-line- mm bv-)ct(sbbbb- taa Same tec. 2, from Toll House te Fair place, 30 rods stone. Same sec. 3, Old Fair place to Mt. Salem 30 rods stone. Same sec. 4, from Mt. Salem to Casey county line 40 rods gravel. McKinney and Turncrsvllo pike whole road 10 rods stone 15 rods gravel. McKinncy and South Fork Pike g sec. 1, from Green River to the 24 rods gravel. factor Same sec. 2, from canning factory to G. T. Ashlock Hotel, 6 rods can-nin- fatal sequence, and coughs that hang on weaken th0 system nnd lower the vital reaistence, Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a reliable medichie that stops the coutrh promptly by healing the caue oo lies the Inflamed air passages, and checks the cold. Keep always Shu-gaon hand. Refuse substitutes. and Tanner. ie too often the rs gravel Same 6cc. 3 from U. T. Ashlock Hotel to Hustonvillo and Stanford pike 24 rods gravel. nnd McCormack's Turncrsville church piko sec. 1 from TuTiicrs-vill- e to Sam Helm's 8 rods gravel. Same sec. 2, from Sam Helm's to blacksmith shop S rods gravel. Same sec. 3, from McCormack's church to Knob Lick pike i tods gravel. Danville and Lancaster pike whole road 15 rods stone or gravel. Lincoln and Boyle pike whole road 15 rods .gravel. Kingsvillc and Pleasant Point pike 6ec. I from Stanford and Wayncsburg pike to Casey county road 12 rods gravel. Same sec. 2 from Casey county road to Kingsvillc 12 rods gravel. Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike sec 1 from Crab Orchard to 0. W. Evans' farm 10 Tods stone and 15 rods gravel. Sec. 2 from 0. W. Evans' farm to Garnrd county line 10 rods gravel and 15 rods stone. Crab Orchard and Chappells Gap pike whole road, 30 rods stone. Carjenler'8 and Morcland Station piko whole road 20 rods gravel. rods Cut off pike whole road King's Mountain nnd Duncan pike sec. 1, from Kingsville to CajK. Miller's 10 rods gravel. Sec. 2, from Cnpt. Miller's to Casey county lino 10 rods stone. Hanging Fork and Hubble pike sec. 1, from McKcchnie's to Mrs. Broaddus' 5 rods stone or gravel. Iinnd broken stone and gravel must bn on margin of road or section by Sep. 15, 1912. All gravel must bo spread before Oct. 15, 1012. All metal is to be measured by the magistrate who may designate when and where it is to be spread. All Lcrushed stono must be spread not Inter thnn January 1, 1013. All stone furnished must be good, sound, hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces not .to exceed two inches in diameter. The gravel roust be clean nnd flinty nnd that furnish ed on McKinney nnd Coffey's Mill must he from Green River. The Court or its representative may reject any material not of pio-psize or quality. Bidders must say whether stone will he broken by hand or crushed. The Court reserves tho right to roject niiy n'nd nil bids. Blank forms on which bids may be made can be ohtnincd from the county clerk. Copies of IkiiuIm may he obtained at the County Clerk's 'office. Lincoln rountv owns n rock crush er nnd contractors will be permitted to ue it nt H rcr rod. JAS. P. BAILEY, Judge of Lincoln County Court er tt I wBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaV FLINTOID ROOFING FIVE Rof, fat-Bea- luat J m a ROOFING DEPARTMENT CARROLL PRESTON 4383 A horse that is distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the show ring. There were few better rings of colts seen in a ring this year than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky., by Carroll Preston. He is by Preston 22, by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73, by Washington Denmark ftl; 1st dam Baby Pence 7041), by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam by Almont Forrest. Fee S25.00 to insure. Carroll Preston is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Ky. Also in service VR r m Poaltry HIGH CLOUD 3334, by Highland Gay H49, by Highland Denmark 731; 1st dam Patsy Lambert U350, by Red Cloud 2117. Fee $20.00. High Cloud is a dark bay horse with white markings. Stands 10 hands high and is full made. Has not had much handling but shows lots of action and speed. Both will stand at Nunnefley's stable- - aapSe-ick- V. W. O. WALKER. Stanford. Kentucky "IBaBBaBaBBBBBBBBBBjBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa TaTeThw aaaaaaaa AeKoaac"stcem-aafcaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaajp:J..Maa- Solite Lamp efMfMSfJPW aaaaaaa wBSBbT SMBBAwBSMBrJLM BBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMVw esa neaaJ ill oSBBBBBBBBmBV TBBTTtBlSBBBBTBBBBF m aatasJiBBBSBlBVa1! WtK BBBBBfteBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBwLeBSBBBBBBWB aBai MiM I BBBtaalB"weBBBBBBa 4BflK .M ataaaaaaaaaaaWsBBBsBaaHBTliBW 1 W T No-Ca- MONUMENTS OUR OUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OV- I r ER THEIR FWAL RESTIfW PLACE. A MtftVffOIT IS NOT EXPENSIVE UNLESS YOU CARE TO HAVE IT SO. OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED AND CONSIDERING QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. WE HAVE A URGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. '' u WfHtCtT I VBBBBBBMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW BxfawBBaWwBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl ..TlIBBBBBBBBBBBBBwffIr awkaJBrmirBBBBBBBBBBBBVAr I BwT M0RELAND Mr. nnd Mi. Henry King, have moved to Pnrksville. Mr. Wnlkir Rout coiitiuues to im- - -- t c. el Same sec. 4, from Carter's Store to Hutchison's School House 10 rods stone or 15 rods gravel. Same seo. 5, from Hutchison's school House to Butt'n store 12 rods stone. Same see. G from Butt's store to King's Mountain pike 12 rods grav Wnie Adams &.Son. AO 7, from King's Moun tain pike to Ceo. Guines' 12 rods same sec. M Ri.-l-- . T i l vavavav AAy ir Make jrour home modern for your family at a ice MR. FARMER: ' 'Mideace, and place younelf in a poaJUoa to get the lateat market quoUtiow at any time, thiscau be acoomplbbed by means of our telephone serriee which you wd your BeiKbbors can set for a sum that is small comnared with tha seaits received. Call or address our aearest office or write direct to teadquarters, Kaahvilie, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far BMa' Mae" rate. If you are Bnt at present enjoying telephone service, we jeaa immediately iaterest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, TwBBeisae, Miasimippi, Louishjaa aad tLe Southern portion ot Indiana .and EAST TENNESSEF. TEL. A TEL. CO. Dliiok " (IM0OgrOHTP' RURAL TCLCrHONBS. FURS MM i ' AND HIDES rMfi MAMtt PfMCf tkBWriuaHmMas. Wl ea tf ajlwlaa, WrHstoramM INT WHITE CO. Li.wvM.Lf.Ky giavel. Same sec. 8, from George Qaine's to O. V. Cliff's 20 rods gravel. Same sec. 0 from George W. Cliff's to Wayncsburg, 5 rod9 gravel. Stanford and Hustonville pike sec. 1 from Stanford to Cash's store 35 rods btone. Same sec. 2, from Cash's store to Hanging Fork 25 rods stone. Sec. 3 from Hanging Fork Creek to Hustonville CO rods gravel. Hustonville and Coffey's Mill pike see. 1 from Hustonville to Wm. Car. fons'n 35. rods gravel. Kec. 2, from Wm. Carson's to Mt. Snlein, 30 rods stone. Hustonville and Danville pike sec. 1 from Hustonville to Bluck pike GO rods gravel. bame sec. 2, from Black pike to Boyle county line 35 rods gravel. Hustonville and Carpenter's creek piko whole pike 75 rods gravel. Hustonville and McKinncy whole pike 0 rods gravel. McKiuney nnd Coffey's mill pike sec. 1, from Canning Fuctory to old piove. Mrs. M. L. Pipe is uti the sick list. Mr. Bert Shewmnker has purchased a piano for his pretty daughter, Oneitii, from n tuiisir company of llHirodobtiig. The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. B. B. King Tuesday nfternoou. lr. C. K. McClure, is conducting a singing school here, which will be a benefit to the church. Rev. W. G. Montgomery went to Harrodsburg to fill his appointment Sunday. He will leave for Cave City next week to hold n protracted meeting. Mr. Cha::. Coffey, had a Img to go mad last week, which had to be killed. I !y Writ Mow to th rI I Northern Pacific Rv 1 rare, Tvt ! Ret, el TaN laferaMtUa Tree Waatrata, lUeratac, afcest tba uveaa4 treat H M , UJII Bfl I '" Statff at America 'Ji jU . Hai fja IfH H J BSBJ BTh toiaa4laraiahM. (AtaeWel U Hare. yy JajajCllil rare. eetWeewr Om MU to IS ai Kaawerla raraa. Af jmEr aW eaTlWrUaato taara BWeaeeaen1 UT AVHlfX B P ctaml, tar U.J.COSTEUO.DUrUtftutmMrAfml, J,C.RATON,Tttdimtlimitr1 Am. eajtawitM.cJaWaeeM 3e.4.rCimdM lafawK I Bfe VCrBSwl al9ClW2 .Bl saajuaF "" " SB 5fi. McAlisier, of Lexington, is the guiM of her father Mr. B. B. ix-e- King. Mr. and Mrx. George Pruitt have in Lotusvillo shopping. Tb remedy moat aenerally recom. mended for thla purpoa la l)r. l' MesdamcK Colter mid Isinh White Byrup Papain, which mothers country huve giving and Miss Alice White, were in Dan throughout the for a quarterbeen a centheir children of ville shopping h0 hitter part of the tury. Today thouaanda of famlllea are ueliur It where hundreda uaad It then, week. and tbr muit be rood reaaon for tbla Mr. mid Mrs. Ollie BUhops Mted wuru fa moum recommenuation. lavallv It ui olmlttedlv the nerfiwt for ehlMren, women, old people and all Mrs. R. ( Coffey Saturday. other who ned a aontl bowel allinu. Miss Fiiiinio Spears was in Dan. lent and not u violent aalt, cathartic doctored Dr. Elll or Peueln will water.cent I v. Caldwell's ville last week. act ami when Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Minks, of Ham. taken before retiring-- will briny com. Cald-wal- Spear. Mrs. Stivers and granddaughter of Louisville, arlhe guVsts of Mrs. It la natural for a child to lauah and piay ana when it Bulks drowally or Bessie King. crlea you may depend on It aooathlna Mrs. Walter Spears has relumed pnyricai ie me maiicr. ir you aee no evidence of a aerloua ailment you will iomc to IndianniMilis after n pleasnot be wrong-- If you quietly give It a laxative tbat evvnln on ant stay with his father, Mr. G. do of Itmild.bd. putting- to The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative Plate aatlafaetlon la thr moralac. use or this remedy all forma of outalde aid can be dlapenaed with and nature will aaaln act alooe. Alt claasea of good American people keep It In the home for Ilia of the stomach, liver aad bowela, and among tha thouaanda who have written th doctor that they will never be without It are Mra. J. W. Ilajme. Brady, Ky., and Mr. E. U Week. 1741 W. tad Ht.. Owetuboro, Ky. A do of It has saved many a pron from a atrloua illness. Anyone to of thla a rmdy a wlchtnr makeIn trlat regular before buying It the war of druggUt at fifty cnta or one dollar a large bottle (family lie) can have a (ample bottle vent to th home free of charge by almply Dr. W. n. Caldwell. 496 Woahlngton St. Monuceiio, ill. Your name and address on a poate'l card will do. After rt addrln 'tKainM' "" ;?T; " '" "- -" i'iiaeeeBawewaMweJBeS aaaw s wy' KPMbr-t-m ;W&jinwt rt il .St. . m . i T iT T V- & - A v,W -- If, THC tTANPMHl IWTERrfR JfJUWAL OT KY. &ldc v lOowew- - henrrj.v f on'nii with indctcrrjinntc sentence to tle penitentiary. This T(ns Judge Hardin's iirst Oiirrnnl term and the way in which hn cleared Jocket and his evident kixtwledgo of jnrispniilencc received much c Backache J Monday to purchase good for his store nt Yoscmite. Irn! Tilford wn over from ks X Sloan's Liniment is a. great Team No, 2 of the men and Iteli-pio- n remedy for backache. It buying cntfle. ift Forward Movement wliich relieves and penetrates IS THE BEST IN THE making n state wide campaign the pain instantly no rubTHE FARMERS WORLD reached here on last Thursday and bing necessary just lay" The remained 'through Saturday it on lightly. because it is made of htiHiicss iren closed their establish- - ' the purest and best inFor Side. 500 bales timothy liny When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain' meiits to attend the sessions. The ' I lore s Proof. M. S. Hui ton, Mt. Snlcm, Ky. 24-- 2 gredients, because it ! hid my back hurt In th hr Wir remedy had cured many cases of female ills, wouldn't any members of this I.oiutvillo team alul I and In Sa Francisco two ytirt itto I E.-I- i, King, of Crnb Orchard sold . .. contains more healing, ... !! i! ctr t hit br t tre CI in tnt tamt ruce i. lire an iuiiuwi sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would also il.: iiuea vl nurK iiivii dam without tuc l inta tu ainat n lot of hay Int week to different strengthening and upcm. Two weeks tgo 1 ttw your lint Dr. 0. A. Joplin, hoy's work; Dr. D. benefit her if suffering with the same trouble r ment In s drag ttort and f nt s battle to partien tit 1)0 cents nnd $1 a bale. building material than try. Tht nm application cautd Intunt Here are five letters from southern women which prove A. Winter, Missions; J. H. Hilton, lfc hnd about 100 bales. rruci, ana now ciftpv lor hum lun. Itiblp study; II. M. Space, Communiany other Emulsion, and I ur. tlrnntt ecu, ll." the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ty Extension; Dr. John I LETCHER NORMAN. E. Ii, King, of Crnb Orchard, Little, Sobecause it is a perfect Whlitltr, Calif. bought the old Hugh Edwards tract cial Service; Dr. Oeoigc, E. Foskctt, vm product of a scientific' LETTER FROM VIRGINIA. on the Cnib Orchard nnd Mt. VerEvangelism. Elllslon, Va. "I feel It my duty to express my thank to you and your ally perfect process. non load hist week. contained It (Trent medicine. I wi a sufferer from femalo troubles and hnd been con Mrs. Nnnnic Lawrence held a pub111) nrri'x fined In bed orer one third of my tlrao for ten months. I could not do ror f iininipruved, but good E Doctors Ire world over lic miiu ut her fn rm three miies fcouwnork kud had faiatinff spells so that my husband could not leave mo hind. The price wns not made pub-li- e. recognize alone for five minutes at a time. south of hem on the Kith n Air. King is feeding ix nice "Now I owe sir health to Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and mule being bought by Mimes Mil. is the best remedy for Blood I'urlfler. Whenever I see a suffering womnn I want to tell her what bunch of sheep wliich he will have ler for if horse by a these medicines haie dono for mo and I will always speak a good word for rheumatism, neuralgia, ready for the market iibout May or i same for $."jU.S0; a two horse wagon them," Mrs. Iloourr ULAXKicxsuir, ElltstoB, Montgomery Co., Va. sore throat and sprains. June. was sold to Iiichard Hester fur .?'J; at the Standard prepaI Mm E. Rim o( BrooVlTti, N.T., A seurcity of mules all over ConLETTER FROM LOUISIANA. l(i barrels of corn, was bought by wrltn; "Sloan's Ltnlmrnt lithe belt ration of Cod Liver Oil trol Kentucky hns been reported by New Orleans. La. "I was psaMng through the Change of Life and ! for theumatitm. I have ued tls botAlexander Xiinncllcy at $1.0.1, and 0 fore 1 took Lydla K. I'lnkharan Vrgetablo Compound I waa troubled with ALI. DRUGGISTS tles of it and It It grand." farmers and traders, who declare barrels by Win. Sprinkles at the hot flnshes, weak and dizzy feeling, bncknche and Irregularities. I would Seti ky al Dealers. the prices now being paid nre highpot un in the morning feeling tired out and not lit to do anything. I same in ice. Price, 25c, SOc.,anJ $1.00. er thnii bus been known in many "Since I hare Wtn taking your Compound and 1)1 (ol Purifier I feel all James I. Hamilton sold Thos. right. Your medicines are worth their weight in gold." Mrs. GASTO.f years'. Mules on the Lexington mnr-k- et A FEATHERED MONSTROSITY IIlosdxau, 1M1 l'olyronia St., Now Orleans, La. Herring farm of 171 acres to Jus. this week brought from f400 to tiwvj on Clark at flOU per acre and a The Danville Advocate said last 4.jU n pair, and one well matched LETTER FROM FLORIDA. tract to W. A. Arnold nt $70 team brought fo40. No cause for week: David Davis, of this city, Wanehnla, ris. " Some time ago I wrote to you giving you my syrnp per acre; Mr. Hamilton bought 180 toms, headache, lckache, bcarlng-down- , and discomfort In walking, caused the hhortugc has been given, except brought to (be office this morning by female troubles. acres from James CJatk and sold it Hint farmers hne been devoting a pair of mongrels half chicken nnd " I got two bottles of Lydla E Tlnkham's Vegetable Compound and a shortly after to Robert Clnrk at $80 considerable nttcyitiun in the last half turkey. The fowls have chickpackage of Sanative Wash and that was all I ufced to make me a well woman. ftttton, en bodies nnd turkey heads. Thejr few years to the raising of fine cat"I im satisfied that if I had dono like a good many women, and had per acre. not taken your remedies, I would hare ltecn a great sufferer. Hut I started ' J. W. Sweeney, the liverymnn, tle, Middle hores and tobacco and make a noise during dny as a chick- In time with the right medicine and got well. It did not cost very much bought n pair of mules en, nnd at night they mnke a noise neglecting the breeding of mules. either. I feel that you are a friend to all women and I would rather uo from James 1. Hamilton for $300. your remedies than have a doctor." S. C. Carpenter, of Millersburg, like n turkey. The fowls are five IIuimot, Box 400, Florida, i.ce Rankin bought u pair of has just sold the crack stal- month's old, but nre very smnll for old hybrids from J. K. Iinughinan lion, King of Kentucky, to Dr. J. their age. They are just as tame as LETTER FROM WEST VIRGINIA. for $207.50 ; Harry Goggiii bought ft N. Hill Sharp, of Drakes Creek. they can be and nre playful, too. Martlnslmrf , W. Va. " I am glad to Ny Jliat Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegeworking mules at T. E. Robinson. Mixs Minnie John Ark., ot onir of table Compound has done wonders for my mother, daughter and myself. This horse is a They frequently ride the back of " I have told dozena of people about It and my daughter savs that when Danville court day fur $295. Jns son has returned Jto the Normal handsome chestnut, is four years Mr. Davis' dog, with which they have he hears a girl complaining with cramp, she tells her to take your I. Hamilton bought a G year old school Mrs. Belle old, Mauds 1.".3 , weight 1.110 been raised. in Richmond. Mrs. Mam A. Uoacurnxnitr, 71: X. 3rd St., Martlosburg, W. Va. horse from Walker nml Hemdon and Phcrigo vus called here by the death Dounds. He is bv the noted Bour- DUNNVILLE ANOTHER LETTER FROM VIRGINIA. inter sold it to W. A. Arnold for ot Mr. Larue Simpson. Fred P. Ibon Kinjr, 1st dum, 1'ench by King Newport News, Va. "About five years ago I was troubled with such pain 1,")0; he also sold a gray mare to r'rifbie left the latter pnit of the of Kentucky goes five distinct gaits Mrs. John Hudson and sister, ixd bloating every month that I would have to go to bed. : Joshua Drown of Hryantsvillc for week for New lork City where he and n C1 .. fn- -t in the rack and Miss Stella Burge, of this place, ar "A friend told mo to take Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and !120. I soon found relief. The medfclno strengthened me In every way and my will accept n position ns traveling trot. visiting friends nnd relatives at Nordootor approved of my taking It. Saturday March 30, will he tho snlesman. Mrs. J. W. Acey, of StanJ. C. Johnson purchased in Stan- wood. " I will be glad If my testimony will help some one who la suffering millinery openins of Lancaster's ford linn been visiting her parents, ford this week the following: 23 Mrs. Will Burnside and little from female weakness." Mrs. W.J, Uiarro.f, 10UO Hampton Ave, Newport millinery establishthree News, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hughe. Mrs. head of d cattle from daughter Thelma Mnsee, are visitments, Mrs. Ada Kinnnird's, Miss Charles Hardin," of Ilnrrod-hiirDock Weaver at $0 per hundred; 50 ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Why don't you this reliable remedy? Holla Arnold's nml R. S. Hrown's. was n giiett the nst week nt the head averaging about 1000 pounds Benson, of Arabia. The women and cirls nre expected Simjison House. Dr. Samuel Burn-hid- o from Alexander Brothers nt fenme Mrs. Elma Kidd is visiting rela LANCASTER telephone exchange. to turn out to behold the handsome has returned to his home price. He also bought 25 from John tives ut Norwood. The Maiy Walker Price Chapter, display of hats. Wichitn Fulls, Texas, after a visit Cbristmnn and 50 from T. C. RanMis Nannie Benson, of this place Dr. W. I Heizer of the Stntc of the U. D. C, met with Misses The pnrcnts of young Colvin Elam to Lnncnster relntive-!- . Jlrs. Estes kin. Mr. M. J. Farris is the cham- is visiting relatives nt Arabia. Ilonrd of Health lectttrt'd At Jhe Jane and Mary Doty, Mrs. Ed. C. were uwnrded $10,000 in the case id repotted very ill ut the home of pion Mrs. Walter Baugh, of this place tobneco raiser of Boyle county. court house Thursday evening. Gabies ns leader. Mrs. John M. brousht against the Paris Gas & ber fron Mr. Shep Eites. Mr. Farris hud in 23 ncres on his is visiting nt Highland this week. Mos-clof'Carters-vill- e Mount and Charley Doty added to Electric Co., and tho Bourbon Home Mrs. Abbie Jnckson farm, wliich made 28,000 in ujjer Garrard i very low the meeting by the appropriate solas Telephone Co. Young Mr. Elam who MIDDLEBURG GREEN BRIER pounds, that sold for nn average of with tubrrculoMs they snug. lived in this county near Flatwoods The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society $18.25 on the enttiie 28,000 pounds. Miss Julia Record nnd Anna Dale Union I'raycr mtuting wns held nt Giles Knnkin, of Doyle and Miss was killed tho day after he hnd mi-- t with Mr. Rev. C. T. Clauach, Som of Ihe tobneco sold as high as will visit Mrs. Kate Cullip, of tlie Presbyterian church Wednesday ,Inli.ii w. Hnnun were unite in the InSMtimi with Ihe telehundred.' Mr. Farris will $43 per Waynesburg. evening nml Dr. E. II. Pierce pre- miuriugc nt tlie home of the bride's phone eompnnv. He was thrown Tuesday of Inst week. The Fitth Sunday Meeting of the raise. 50 acres this coming season. Mis Anna Dale and Miss. Melvina sided. parents at Hynttsville, tliu ChriMinn from a high telegraph polo after South Kentucky Asocintion will Danville Advocate. visited Mi Julia Recnni Sunday S. A. Wulkcr who has bco with the minister, Elder F. M. Tinder offieiat-in- g. coming in contact with n, live wire. General Joe Miquel Gomez, Pres- night. meet with McKinncy Baptist church as Co., Harvester Intcrnntionnl Tlie newly wedded couple left Tho 1011 tobacco season is nenr-iii- g ident of Cuba, wns so well pleased Mr. Walter Record will return salesman lins accepted a position nt once for a bridal trip to Nash-ill- e. a cloc in Gnrnml county there beginning Saturday night and conwith the saddle horses purchased home soon. tinuing over Sunday. with the liinWll wagon company. Mr. Itnnkiu is the son of Mr. being a considerable clearance of Rev. K. G. Martin has moved to from Cook Fnrms nt Lexington ownMrs. Alice Goode visited her sisHf toiritory will he in the stnte Robert Rankin, n prominent farmer the colory weed from the various the J. M. Davis farm on the Liberty ed by Jesse F. Cook formerly of ter, Mrs. Narsissn Leach Sunday. 'lousing quarters. Gnrrnrd tobacco of the Ifolgevillc section. of Kentucky. Stanford, by the Cuban Government Mr. J. ). Dale called on his best The remain tf Mr. Lnnie Simp-mi- ii The Womnn's Club will meet Wcd-ne-l- growers aic being for tobacco pike. It is underMood that he will agents last fall that he decided to teach the school at Lnnhnm's -- chool girl at Green Brier Sunday eve. formerly of thi county who died nfternoon at the Christian tfd, the kind that is grown in Gar- good mures buy n stallion and a fewJli-- s hoiist. this year. Melvina Dale visited her chureli. the subject for discussion rard county. of tulierculois. in Los Angeles Fanners put in good time during He decided upon Aliciin 4280 a walk sister, Mrs. Drusilla Turner. Mi-- s Mere brought hack here to leing "American Literature.'' Mrs. Jennie Duncan is in Stantrot type and six mnres. The comMr. George Reynolds called on his his old home and interred ii the T. .1. Price will lend the meeting her ford visiting her sister, Mrs. Char- the pretty days Inst week. Somo mission that made the purchase Inst best girl Sunday. Ever- lotte Warren. R. S. Drown has re- plowing was done and a few gardens Lnncnslcr cemetery. special subject being Edward fall were very much impressed with Mr. and Mrs. Laura Bnstin stopJudge Ilo-cTurtnr, of Somerset ett Hale. turned from Cincinnati .where he broken. Editor Albright'- "bey steer" per- the young horse, nnd recommended ped at their sister's Mrs. Maggie tiie Roosevelt rlul nt the Tlie .March term of Circuit Court purchased n nice line of dry good addressed to General Gomez .that he order him. Record on their way moving to HighCtiuil IIiiu-- c Sulurdoy nfternoon at eloped Thursday evening after an Mrs. O. T. lbuk and little son Lucieu formance - not without provocation. Alican wit foaled in 1909, is 15:3 2 o'clock. almost thrt-- Mr-- i session. An Sanders lliuk, of Silver Creek have To lie put into the Eleventh Congres. hands high nnd weighs 1,040. He is land. is not a pleasing Little Stanley Horton has been on Misses Snrnli Reid has resigned amount of legal Implies was been guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. sional district by Collins and Redmon's good stal- the sick t. n largo number of Sanders, of thU county. Mayor W. thing to any democrat. We know lion, Roosevelt 2295 lier position o clerk nt the L. & N. fiei'ouiplislicd, dam, Ahma 3301 Mr. Joe Record will be with his depot, lle having recently accepted civil iae were dtpfted of, while II. Collier of Louisville, is with his that from experience. of Chester family the coming Judge M. L. Sharp, who travels ly Chester Lad, criminal trials were aKo sisters Mesd.unes R. L. Elkin nml n K'Mtion ns head operator at the pevernl week.. for tho Ciiinbeilnnd Croccry Co., Daie, Alnnn was a blue ribbon winMr. Elmer Dale sold his horse to Xew York nnd Prilndelphia Mr. makes this place every Monday, and ner nt John Hall for $183. sells more groceries nnd things horo shows in her day. If you henr he wedding bcWs In renewing for his I. J. for more political new thnn all other ringing ut Waynesbniv don't bo suryear, James A. Burge, of prised. traveling men that visit ui. The Judge is quite a companionable sort Moreland, writes: "Feed is a thing Mr. Alford Goode will return of fellow and our merchants hold of the past except com which is $4 home this week. a barrel and the owner wants $5 their orders for him. nnd fodder nt 50 a shock. EveryWhose wonderful Root & Herb medicines have been making such wonThe Calvary Baptist people nre EXECUTOR'S SALE! derful cures for years past in Kentucky, eiteuds greetings to the readpreparing to build n new house of thing looks favorable for a good aaaBa'ttiffiPT ers ofThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates offerworship. They have "nost of tho crop now in the wct end. I reside Of Personal Property ed by its editor. The name of icy great universal remedy, is materinl ready and the work will on tho farm of Mr. J. K. Baughman, ClLaaaaaaW As Executor oP tlin octnrn nf begin nt onee. The house in which one of ineoln's best farmers. I will COM-CEL--S- AR. work for him the remainder of this Anderson Cnrr, deuceased. I will of- they have been worshiping has wonderfully dilapidated I ml is season, as ho pays the highest prices ler at public sale on awaaWv "ar Saturday. March 2fl. IS 12. composed of 1G Roots & Herbs. It is an ideal spring & fall tonic, stomfor fnrm bonds nnd is. a gcstlcmsn is a body & unfit for use. Thoss people are also his family is one of the kindest ut 1 o'clock P. JU., at Nunnelley's ach, liver, kidue, uiauuer & biood remedy. very pooi, and any encouragement, &10CK nerve builder of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for Yards, Stanfoid Kentucky. especially in the way of contribution of this neighborhood." The following nronertv tn.wir putting the blood & general system in fine condition to meet the neces9 , Dr. John Cook tho celebrated colwill be greatly appreciated. is sold at all sary changes taking place at those seasons. ored veterinarian of Stanford, has gray work mares, 1 mule, 9 licad of aBBaaK"aV 0. P. Garner went to Cincinnati drug stores, tho' 6omo times, you find a druggist who for some reason the following to say of "cornstalk nogs, 4 calves, 20 goats, 1 buggy, 2 will not handle my remedies. In that case, I will, on receipt of the price poisoning" from which many cattle wagons. 1 No. 1. double barrel shotar is pack1 fino bird dog, of $1.00 send it postage paid' any placo on earth. have been suffering in this section gun, 3 pistok. VIbIbMbWbWb1 ar (hitch) farming implements, tools, lately: ed & backed by a legal guarantee that gets back your dollar if also for Causes. It is the result of eating harness etc. fails to do what you buy it for. Call for Also ono cooking range, household Malks which have minute germs unScience Sope which is made of pure vegetable oils Charlie While-Moon- 's derneath tho leaves. These germs and kitchen furniture, store fixfor Human skin Only, 16c a bar, 3 for 2.ra & money back if you don't are so smnll that you cannot see tures, show cases and other articles happen to like it. SW41 them without the aid of n microscope too numerous to mention. JHUBUWaw My years of experience as n cowboy & among tho Indians, give The cornstalks that are affected Terms. All sums of S10 or under fitness & knowledge of tho valuo of Roots & Herbs a medicines, & I would like to send every me a peculiar with these germs do not grow so well cash in hand. Sums over $10 a greatest book of its kind ever published, entitlreader of this paper & any friends of yours, a copy of the I0URI0N POULTRY nnd ripen long before the older corn. credit of sixty days note with apIt is filled with startling facts obtainnblo no place else, & costs you nothing ed, "The Cowboy Herbalist". Symptoms. There nro nt first proved security, payable at tho LinCURE say so & I will mail you ono for 1012, lithographed in five but n post cord, & if you want a fine cnlendar, symptoms of infection of the third coln County National Bank. Stan. down tbe throat of a gapln fino likeness of myself, entitled "Ready for the round-upcolors, a -chicken, dettroya the worms part of tho stomach or many piles, foul, Ky. All letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Roots fc Herbs ns medicines. and aavea the chick's tile. A. T. NUNNELLEY, Executor 4, 0, 0, A tew dropt In the drinking after which the brain becomes afor Protestant, Read Your Bible Eiekiat 47:12. Ecclesiastes 30: 14,, 15, 10, 17 also Chapter 38; water cures and fected and the animal becomes deWrite Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psalm 103:14. 15 St Paul to the Romans, 14:2. PREVENTS DISEASE lirious. This is followed by n sort modern doctors with -- i. D. CARTE- R,these "verses down, then read them. The Biblo says "Physician Heal Thyself" & so, if Por the treatment of White Diarrhoea In chicks of stupidity, the animal shoring its heal themselves, what chances have You to be cured? and UUckhead sad otber diseases In turkeys mercury & other poisons can't New Livery. head forward against the 6tall and 41 & successful life. Yours for a long, clean, healthy Street, cbk nas m ehjai paying no attention to anything. It Ky. W. iroaBway, Louisville, CHARLIE WHITE-M00can only be cured in first stages. Dept. 7. .SaIsWsBA sftf assssrilfBasC. faaa AaW ksftMaW sskae 1 3 If you write for information, book or caleadar,address Don't let your stock run where you m STANFORD, KENTUCKY Lyw Itm.. Crak OrtkM., Ky. have cut eon or cane for silage. J t Instantly TucHtlny. Mel). FukIc, of McKinncy wnn here Inst week. Judge nnd Jlrs. Lincoln Wolli nre quite sick nt their home nt Liberty. Grnnvillc Lules wn here lnit week SLOANS LINIMENT -5, Scott's Emulsion ' 00-ac- rc IIIKBS Mrs-MAn- it Wsu-ckul- a, ar Com-pound- .-' te I'JoO-poun- try g, ay d Cnli-ftrrn- in oc i- li-- Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. Cuwi-Cei-S- ar er be-co- Com-CH'S- ar Coffl-M-S- CWH-Cel-S- Com-CH-S- ar, i ONE R0P ". ,,,.' mm a imm mm 4MftMHMHsTe o . hM AarMMlw0 THE 1TANF1RS INTERIM JIURNAL, tTANFORl, . KENTUCKY. f , "Spring Togs" now on display We have Now Ready For Easter Ihe Interior Journal Ettabllthtet 1172 w POULTRY COLUMN ow ; ' 4 HILTON M. tAUPLEV.... Publisher II A O H WWVWWVVWttnCV .MMTOm Reliable Urecdcrs of Pure H Urcd Poultry Card of Five Line $1 M ik. to. ... to. .. I YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE nv .W bk-- i V . m ....r - rt tfcUrd at the rMtotflc aa mcodO :n dh.'.E.. T.I .. - at, titan. cUh mall. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Till nntimitiiMTinii a Women's Feet please those who want style and quality.JWe shoes and hose, and so we are prepared to in fliia nnttimn Everythiig New in the Clothing Liae w are of candidates for office, subject to the oction of the democratic pri- mary: E.MMETT PURYtfAR, Blue Serges, Tans, Greys, Fancy Stripes and Blacks. For Commonwealth's Attorney OF BOYLE. For County Judqe. T. A. RICE, M. K. NORTH, For Jailer. PEYTOK PARRISII, GEORGE DEHORDE Women, unlike men, are proud of a pretty foot and like pretty ... v.w lf( '1 IS Made by the most skilled workmen j& Sewed with silk thread, throughout J& All Wool : Quality High Prices Low. : : : : : DINK FARMER WILLIAM II. HESTER W. A. CARSON For Magistrate J. T. ROHERTS WILLIAM- - FIELDS J. D. EADS, S. C. Crystal White Leghorns Fioni trtii-nete- il hens with re cord of over 1200 eggs a jear. Tho strain ili.--.t lays is (lie rtmm tlml pays. Eggs from No. 1 pen $2.50 per l.'i eggs, other pens $1.50 per l.r j.7.00 per 100. Get in the lnying Lock Box Order today. elas. 5C0. A. C. Altord, Stanford, Ky Agent for Tulnne incubators guarColl at anteed not to overheat. hou-nnd see sample. S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. The laying strnin that fills the egg basket in zero weather; early maturing big boned fryer. Setting eggs house delivery $.100 per 15; shipping epr .fl.50 per 15. Mrs. A. C. Alford, Stanford, Ky. INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS are showing the popular things in White Buck, White and Tan Cravenette and Tan Calf Pumps and Tan Button Oxfords. These are the celebrated Ultra .hoe. JgO 00 per pair at in the Brock-por- t, SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. H RESOURCES OF i Lincoln County National Bank Stanford Kentucky Comptroller's Call of February 20, 1912 Loans U. S. Bonds and Due from U. S. Treas S342.254.78 05,000.00 . B IS Lincoln County Bonds. . . Cash and Due from Banks. . Banking House Quick Assets t OtHer Assets: S447, 2S4. 73 S37.sOO.oo 4,Os.7S s 7S, 6OS.87 ss.300.OQ S53.163. 65 Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars Yoini Want a New Buggy For Easter Springtime is here and everybody is riding again. Come in and see the stylish new rigs we have just gotten in. We have, without any doubt the most complete line of buggies ever seen in Stanford. It will pay you to look them over. Come early and get your pick. Our styles are Columbus, Moyer, Ahlbrand, Colonial, etc, all high grade work and good lookers, the best on the market. Reproducing an editorial in the Somerset Times, in which Editor Ed Congressman Walton .oys that Harvey Helm ia sure to be renomithe Danville nated and Messenger, published in the good county of Iloylc heads it like this: "Walton i. Correct. Somerset Editor Gives the Rfcht Dopi; on Con gressional Race in tho Eighth Dis trict," pli . which goes to show that the democrats of Boyle as well as elsewhere realize that Mr. Helm is a sure winner and will defeat any. one who may announce against him. Mr. Walton's reference to Mr. Helm was as fololws: Col. J. P. Chinn, of Harrodsburg, says he will soon announce for the Democratic nomination for Congress and that he will make a thorough eanvnss of the Eighth District. Won't some of hi good friends go to the clever gentleman and insist that he save himself the time, trouble and expense of making the race? "The Tnll Sycamore of the St. Aaph'' is as sure to be nominated and elected no anything can be nnd Col. Chinn is too good a man to be permitted to meet the ignominious defeat that awaits him. should he persist in going against Hon. Harvey Helm, who is coming to the front with more rapidity thon any other young member of Congress. Wait until r.cSt time, Colonel, and probably ym won't have to go against such a haid proposition. The bottom dropped out of the Roosevelt boom when the Tnft forces Gun Metal., Tans and Whites per pair at Eggs for sale $1 per setting of 12 or S3 for 45. All orders rcccivo prompt attention. Wot ford N. Lov-el- l, R. F. 1). No. 1. Bos SO. Stnufoid Ky. BUFF ORPINGTONS I am getting 21 dozen eggs a week from 80 hens. Setting of 15 for $1. C. C. Withers, R. F. D. No. 2, Stanford, Ky.. Phone 143-- $2.50 in Hose tO Match perB,. Tn D WhUe Lisle pair at 25c and 50c. In Silk at 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 per pair. White Shoes are easily soiled and we hope yeuwill fit them in our shop so you may not have to return them to us soiled. bHHHHHIIIW bHHHHHHIIB H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky .JHBbiiiiiiijRv BHLHsff 4I sSSiflBBMBfe.'" C. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J controlled the republican state convention in Indiana Tuesday and on the same day the president tarried the primaries in New York giving him S3 delegates there "to 7 for Loud cries that the Rooseelt. steam 1 oiler is being run over them ruthlessly are being made by tho Roosevelt men. The Roosevelt delegates bolted in Indiana ,and held a convention of their own, and they will also make an efftirt to have the New York vote thrown out. Roosevelt comes to Kentucky nest week to make several speeches and is expected to handle Toft antf his crowd without gloves. Roofccvelt men are declaring all over the country that they will not support Taft if he wins, but will vote for any good democrat against him. Looks like the day is about to dawn for democracy at last. Auditor Henry Bosworth certain ly did tho hultdsomo thing when he named his opponent in the primary, Ruby Laffoon as a member of the new Insurance board. Right here demowc want to give tho crats of the Seventh district 0 mighty strong tip on. tho man they should get behind for Congress nest time to relieve the district of Camp, bell Cantrill. That wan is no other than Henry Bosworth. He could beat Cantrill to a certainty, something mighty few can do, notwithstanding the record of tho present congressman is more .or less of tho variegation of Joseph's coat. SPRINQ SUITING My new spring and summer samples are now ready for your inspection. They comprise the best on the 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 made clothes. To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made when quality and fit is considered. Coma in and let me take your measure. H. C. RB4y, The Practical Tailor. Buff Orpingtons English Salmon Faverolles, eggs 2 per 15; $5 per 50; Indian Runner Ducks that lay the pearl whito eggs $1 per 13; $3.50 per 50; $G per 100. My stock came from the BIuo Ribbon winners of this country. Make your start with the best blood. Always glad to show my birds to any one interested. Mrs. Sam Embry, Jr. Stanford, Kentucky. Layers-Payers-S.- HYDRATED LIME ADVANTAGES OVER LUMP LIME: CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS. The big winter layers. From $30.00 mating; egga from fist pen $3; from 2nd pen $1.50 per 15. S. C: Rhode ISI d Reds Tompkins strnin. Ecgs $1.50 per 15. ss Indian Runner Ducks that lav the white eggs $1 per 11 eggs. I have spared neither means nor time in sclectifig this stock. They nre from nnd lioavy laying prize wnininir guaranteed. strains. Satisfaction A. C. Hill, Stanford, Ky. R. F. I). WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. $1.00 for 15, also Indian Runner Duck esgs $1.00 for 12. Mrs. L. P. Nunnelley, Lancaster, Ky., It. R. No. 2, Phone Stanford Exchange 108 A. 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, gjj3 D BRING YOUR FEET Along and let us fit them with the Nobbiest of patterns in Lace, Button and Colonial Oxfords. They Feel Good, They Fit, They look good and please the purchaser S. C. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS. The best winter layers. Our hens Mrs. Inid 1,100 eggs in February. R. L. Berry, Hustonville, Phone 7-- L. Sporting Goods! S H MB SMUIIil high-grad- g WHITE PEKIN DUCKS $1 Per Setting Morgan S. Baughman Jr., Phone 41 Stanford, Ky. R. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. Eggs $1.00 for 15 Mrs. w. P. Logan, R. D. No. 4, Spalding & Reach's e Base Ball Goods are Guaranteed. BALLS FROM MITTS FROM GLOVES FROM ATS FROM All L. L. SANDERS DepNkBakofStufwd, M 11 Phone 108-- totalized 1856 S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS egg incubator in 3 Can supply days; 75 cents per 15 or $5 per 100. Mrs. J. M. Cress, R. D. 4, Stanford, Phone 380G Lancaster exchange. INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS 5c to $1.25 25c to $8.00 25c ts $4.50 5c ta $1.00 Baseball Goods Natta) Reorganized, June 2, 1865, as Bank tf Stanford. Reorganized, Oct. 2, 1882, as Fawn and white. Heavy layers, white eggs 70 cents for 1C. Mrs. Robert Nunnelley, Stanford, Ky., R. D. No. 1. Phono Hustonville, 5 R. FOR SALE OR RENT. FISHING TACKLES. RODS. FROM 5c tfl $12.01 REELS' PMM 25c ts $7.50 LINES' FROM 5c te $125 HOOKS OF ALL SIZES First National Bank, Stanford. Absolutely Safe. At the service of the smallest depositor. offer for salo or rent tho Mc- Kinney Woolen Mills at McKinney, We Ky. This mill is fully equipped to PENNY'S A The Rexall Store p manufacture yarn, jeans, blankets, jLinsoy and other goods and is well located. Apply to K. L. Tanner. 12-t- f. & Son, McKinney, Ky. 'tf$p'1(r' J ft w THE STAMFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, tTANFOW, KENTUCKY. MCIAL ami PERSONAL Mr. Thomaa Whitehouc nnd Mis Millinery Opening. (lover was In Coibin, several dnys this week. Mr. S. Albert Phillip m in Lebanon, Wednesday on business. Mm. James Mention has returned to licr homo in Lebanon Junction. Miss Kthd Wilson, of Crnb Orch-nrnun hero the flrnt of the week. Cnpt. T. A. Elkin, oC Lancaster, was in town nwliilc Tuosdny. I.iltlo Sndio Woodcock Hcar.ley, hns been sick with nsthmn. Mr. Walter McKinney, of Mt. Snlem, wns in town Tuesday. Mr. W. A. Todd, of Keren, wns here on business, Ilia flrot of the Mr. C. I d, Rpvajl $ ABSOLUTELY PURE Edna Galloway, both of Casey county were mnrried Wednesday in this city by Judge. G. W. Coulter. Mr. C. M. Young, of Lincoln county wns in this city viiting relatives this week. .Mrs. Samuel Tuggle has returned from Moiitieellu where sho attended the funeral and burial of her brother, Mr. Joseph Cntello. Dninille Messenger. nuli-C. It. lfam-t'- y his I. J. changed from Mt. Zioti, III., to lown, niul writes: "This is a fine rountiy and well improcd. jfnifjiilg-- and ttoek fanning nre tho lentling occupations.. They rnio a good deal of com here mid it is good grade of corn. W'v llau from 21 to 30 inches of snow now nnd in some places much deeper. We were Imrii and raied in old Kentucky "nnd still tunc a wnim fecjing for the denr old state and all our old friend-- , tliere. IIoweer, we like our new home. We wish to congratulate j on upon your successful fight in the election in voting old Lincoln county dry onee moie and hope you mny be equally successful in future Miction. Would like to know j" our oiu ineiui, nu. rieins, wns tleetcd or not. Will close wishing you and nil our Kentucky friends success in nil your undertakings.'' r Wiu-throp, J week. Mm. McDowell J'oglo nnd Mixs Katlicrino Murphy, of McKinney, were in town Monday chopping. Mis Hettic Floyd ,of Huston-villwns here shopping enrly n tlie e, Makes delicious home-bake- d week. .Ml. i . .iXillll iiiiii llllll(;iltlT, Mis Francis North, of IIuMonvilIc, were in town Tncsdny. f. is bnek from Mr. Gcorgc-NclnLexington, whcr0 he hns been with nd quality at minimum cost. Makes home baking a pleasure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Ho Alum No Lima foods of maximum relative. ' MUxos Annie T.ee nnd Ophelia Mobley were in town the first of the week (hopping. Mis Annn Iteid nnd Mrs. Helen Hnffinr.n, of IIutonville, were cnl-lent the I. J. office Wednesday. Mrs. Wnllor Trainer, of I.exini;-to- n, h veiling Mls Kiln Mny Snuit- - Phosphates For Sale. 1 pair black maro of Lancaster, is with her sister Mrs. J. C. mule, clean and smooth; 1G 4 Fiibnnk-- . hand, high; weight 2,500 pounds Oaver. MesM--- . YV. L, MeCarty, L. It. coming o and 0 years old. A. O. -, Mr. nnd Mrs. William AndrewII. J. Gaines, motored Lcwi, Somerset, Ky. of Wost Haven. Conn., aro the Hushes and over .to Lexington, Thursday on guest-- , I). of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. business. The Knights of P thins Fair has Omare. made April 1st the closing date for Mrs. S. L Ihinlvttf went to Mr- -. II. C. Leeomplo, nnd Mr. and Thursday, to be with her the great colt Futurity stake, thus liUle dauchter, Mnrgnret Jane, have .Miss huby loung who is giving the horsemen a little more returned to their home in Frank- niece, time to enter. Don't forget the ipiite ill. fort. Mr.. J.,Uit Hail, i.f Kansas City last date lor this great ring. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Hamster, of Mo., has retunud home after a visit Clrnvol Switch, have returned home, EXECUTORS NOTICE. 1). to relatives Mr. and ftr a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. Wearen and fnmilv. Mrs. G. 1. Kinenid. .Me.ilames It. II. Metenlf and E. All persons holding claims against .lis(. I.iirile Dubose, of Versailles Gooeh and Mis(s Lena Heck and the estate of Anderson Cnrr, deceas and Kthc! Dnlutcp, of Spring Hill, 0. Knthcriiic. Steenson of McKinney, ed nre requested to present them to Tenn., are visiting Itcv. P. Ij. Ilrucs were here shopping Wednesday. n.o properly proven, on or before and wife here. Mr. und Mm. Fred Garnett, of April 1st, 1912. A. T. Nunnelley, Mr. George Florence is ablu to be arv riceiving the conCrab OiCu.-.r.- l out after several weeks' illness. Almany friends though Mill very weak, he attended gratulations of their Good music, good speaking, good upon the arrival of a hamUome feeling to his duties as Commonwealth's nt the Oratorical contest young son at tlicir home. Friday night. Attorney in court this week. Sent on sale at Child-res'- -, lr. J. S. Barker, lr. W. J. .Mrs. Walter Wnrren went to Crnb ShugniV drug store. Admission 15, Abe New ton nnd John Allen 25 nnd 35 cent". Orchard. Wednesday, to be with weiu brought down from Huston-vill- e tor FYed Garnet t, who by Jerry Adams in his auto is threatened with pneumonia. Monday, for the opening of court. I G. Campbell of the Somerset Mr. and Mrs. Thos. I. Lads are bar, and Mrs Knnnio Iteynolds of of receiving the congratulations that city, are in Stnnford this week their Inends upon the arrival of attending court,, in thu onso of the another young democrat in their Commonuenlth ngninst Iteynolds. home. The joungter has been nam-t- d Mrs. A. C. Itose, of Pnrksville, 1M Waller, for Mrs. Ends' father. hns returned home after n visit to Arthur Wnllin, of Columbus, Ohio her daughter, .Aire. II. II. Glasscock. Gradually nnd Egbert Wnllin, of Ilrodhend, nre CmiM Handy Eat Mrs. Glasscock nnd baby returned heru for tho trial of their brothers. Grtw Wars. RaNtvari by home with her. The foimer is n high official of Mr. Jerry Adams, of Ilustonville, Parana. tlio Malleable Steel Itango Co., of y passed through Danville yesterday Mr. A. M. South llend Indiana, while, tho latter en route, to Lexington in his auto. Ikerd, Cox 31, is one of th0 most trusted detecHe inndo the round triji in n very West Burltives of tho Cincinnati Southern railington, Iowa, short while. Miss Adelo Hnrding, road. writes: who hns been tlio charming guest of "I had caHon. nnd Mr. Robert Hnrding, left SHORT LOCAL NEWS tarrh of the yesterday for Frankfort, where she stomach and will visit Judge, nnd Mrs. Scttlo See Tho best oil stove on the mar- small lntes-tlnI le Triiiiiiiut; v her homo it 22-t- f. for a k,et at George II. Fnrris' Castle. Danville Advocate. number of years. I went The Junction City Lumber Comto a number WELL KNOWN MINISTER pany will sell cheaper than usual for of doctors and cnsli, this veor. Writo them for got no relief, prices nil kinds of building material, and finally one of my cement, lime, sand, stock and pouRestored to Health by Vinol doctors sent City, Ky Ilov. D. Schneider, who Is a well ltry fence, etc. Junction me to C h, known minister la Itlco Lake, Wis., and I writes: met the same LA GRIPPE trou-bi- o "I had a very severe stomach THE DANGER OF fate. They last year from which 1 was kept Is sweeping over the town. Old and said they In bed three, months. I had engaged affected, and the could do nothjoung alike are tlio services of a doctor, but to no ing for me; strain is particularly hard on little avail. I then road of VInol and deterMr. A. M. Iktrd. said I had mined to try a bottle. Before tt was children and on elderly people. Fol AAfjv- cancer of the used up I was out of bed, and four ey's Honey and Tar Compound is a stomach and there was no cure. I aland reliable cure for all bottles made me a well man. VInol Is quick, safo thought the same, for my breath a splendid medicine, and I can gladly coughs and colds. Contains no opiates mostoffensive and I could not eat anywas recommend It." Shugors & Tanner. thing without great misery, and I gradProminent men from all overta rz .Hoard: orit". .. ually grew Iworse. a? luumry uo not ncsiiaio to "Finally concluded to try Feruna, TUfl County fcaucation, this wondoful tonic. f Lincoln county, Ky., will receive and 1 found relief and a cure for that For twelvo years VInol has "bee dreadful disease; catarrh. I took five fold on tho "money back" plan, and bid on tlio repairing of tho college bottles of l'eruna and two of Manalln, every year strengthens Its popularity building in Stnnford, Ky., on April and I now feel like a new man. There and proves by continued tests that It th0 8th at 2 P. M. Specifications Is nothing better than l'eruna, and I will do what wo claim for It. Singleton's keep a bottle of it In my house all the will be found in Supt. Sold by Pwwy'a Druf Store , time." office. Wm. Landgrnf, Sec'y. 20-. 1-2G-2- p. son-in-ln- Mr. mid Jim liland Ilallnrd nnd rMtdrcn arc guests of Mrs. Joseph Coffey mid family. S. J. Tatem nnd Wallace Cover, of Crnb Orcliard, were here shopping Tuesday. Mr?-- . W. K. Shugars is with lier twuents. .Mr. anil Mn. K. L. T.u.i.r r 'nt McKinney. Mrs John Kvnns, nnd niece EIiiiotc Frith of Ilrodhend, hnve been visit nip Dr. Y.. J. Itrown nnd family. Mrs John Xevius nnd children of I.ebonou Junrtion, arc here with Mrs. Mattie, Xcviiid. Mr. nnd Mr-- . .M. A. Phelps of rtiohmond, have Wen the guests of their daughter, Mrn. It. C. Hocker. Mr. Ieonnrd Mnrtin. of Crnb Orohnrd, is the guest of Mr. Mack Fl'her. Mrs. W. II. Worshom of Corbin, has retiirnrd home after n visit to her parenjs Mr. nnd Mr. Jack Mcf-damc-s fieorge Knnpp, of Franklin, Mis. W. A. Tnbblc. .Mr. and Mir. I W. Pirli, of Crnb Orchard, were in town Thursday. i i.nncn ,., " " tw, is with her daughter, Mrs. J. II. I'axton. Attorney C. C. William- -, of Mt. Vernon, was hern attending court Mr- -, m with Frotect your locd ones with n life policy in the Old Northwester. One of the most liberal companies in the 24-t- f. world. Fish & Ilromlcy. of any They represent the American Surety Co., 24-t- f. lnrgcst in "the world. The Indies are invited to attend March 30. 24 td When you want a bond kind sce Fish & Ilromlcy. "" '"", Thur-da- y. Mis Fffie Crag Mnrton of McKinney, is the guest heic of Mioses Snllii. and 0mc Farmer. Mi-- s Allie Yanti", of Lnncnster, my opening Saturday, Mrs. J. C. Lynn. is the gncit of her cousin, Mi's Mrs. S. J. Tatem, of Crab Orchard extend, to you a personal invitation Lottie Carson. Kndneer It. E. L. Sims, of the to attend her millinery opening, FriSotliern, wns here several dnys this day and Saturday, March 29-3- vmk with bis wife. Mr. Cleveland Ito-- e, A. H. Austin, who recently went fromMt. Sulem to Gieencnstle, Ind., seems greatly pleased with his new home, mid writes, back as follows: is n school town, "Greencastle nnd business of all kinds is lively, lots of work of all kinds nnd p' good piice. Farmer are not fVcd-in- g their stock but littlo tho grass being sufficient to keep horses, mules nnd cnttle fat nnd slick. I see lots of mules nnd horses running out on grass thnt hnven't been even sheltered that nre fat and slick. This nlso seeuft to be a great place for hogs and thc cribs are full of corn. Farm land is very high here. 100 per ncre and up. I will enrn my first wages in this stnto this week, estimating a 400 ncre tract of timber. The iimbr Innd here is clear of all under growth, with Squirgrnss growing cverywncrc' rels nre plentiful, but we cannot shoot them now. Taken all round this is a good place for men who want to to work, and the preference secn-he for the Kcntnckinns"' s friends nre invited to call and see my display of fine patterns, and Popular Young Couple Surprise hats. A complete line of millinery, Their Friends by Quiet Marriage March 29 and 30. Mrs. S. J. Talem, Crab Orchard, Ky, Although it was generally expectWo hno just received nil new ed that they would bo married about stjlcs in the famous HadclitT. Call Easter time, the many friends of by nnd sce them. Sam Itobinson. Marshall A. Stuno and Miss Martha Miner were much surprised A spirited contest is promised for Thursday to learn thut tho poputho Oratorical Contest Friday nicht. Come and htnr thc oratory nnd good lar jouiil' couple hud been wedded quietly ut tho home of Itcv. J. J. music. Dickey tho evening before. They ' had let but very few into their seA local physician icports that nl smallpox epidemic is to threatened i ct et, outside the immediate families und were the recipients of many at Itichmoiid. surprised and htippy congratulations when tliy news of their wedding beCol. Huff Duddernr says that sinco came known. Tho only attendants Carroll hns gone, he has decided to ut thc wedding were thu brido's sissell the celebrated W. H. Traylor ter, Miss Kmiim Meier, Mrs. J. J. raarn nnd will put her up to the high- Dickey nud Mr. Curl A. Carter. est bidder lie.l court day. The brido is tho talented and attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrn. Klcnzonn. For cleaning cloves John Meier, of th0 Highland section silks, woolen goods without injury a sister of Mrs. Cyrus L. Gqver, to color or fabric. MIfs Ella May ' of this city, where tho newly marI Su'.imlcrs. ried eouplow'ill make tlicir home until they go o housekeeping in a Oratorical Contest Friday night, pretty littlo cottngo recently built opera house. Admission 15c, 25c by the gloom's father on Ilighcntion avenue. Mr. Stone, is the sou of and 35 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Stone, and is ono Services nt the Presbyterian of the best known nnd most popuHo is chin oh Sunday March 31. 11 A. M.. lar oiinu' men in Stnnford. "If Thou Hndst Known." 7:30 P. ' the cxnert linotype operntor on tho Interior Journal, and it, with the. M., Witnessing for CInit. host of other friends of the bridu A great many friends here were and groom, wish' them every hapsrieved to lesrn of the death of Mr.; piness. Pleasant J. Fnulconcr which Parties wanting rooms and offices, in Dnmille Tuesday. He was 35 years of ae, nnd an all 'round good call at State Dank & Trust Co. See 11-- tf their nice rooms. fellow. He wns nnmnrried. I You and your MEIER-STO- NE. r Don't Take Our Word But come see for yourself. We have the dandiest line of silks ever seen in Crab Orchard. Messallnes, taffetas, Peau De Sole and everything in soft silks. Come in and see our line you buy. L. L. Sanders, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Mi Ella Mny Saunders, requests you to si.,i her pattern hats and latest millinery, Saturday, March 30. See Fish & Bromley about that Insurance policy today. It is better to be safe than sorry. They give you the kind that protect. to Th rrtde r of Uib pp r UI 1 plf thai there la at If&t oim drr&dnl dtaraw that aclrnrfl baa trn able to cure ut ail lu itaces. anil that la Catanh. llaUa Catarrh Cure tt the only ountue cure now anown to Om tueJUal fratemltr. dww. require! toa foiutllU' belne a conilltutional tairn I .!! ueatiuiat. iu:ri CaUrrh aetlnc dlrertlr upon Uie blond and murouf uirojrliur the ur'arra o the dM-aatn. therrhyalvlnc the (utlent and ol the foundation MKhsth by halWlos up the craatnutlea ao3 Must-to- e nature In down itr work. The proprietor! hue o much faith In ll curative power that they oner one Hundred Uollara fur any raw that It Ulla t rure. Send for llt of tntlmonlale Addrno F. J. Oil NKV CO. Toledo. O. fold by all DruiKUta. TV. "ite UaUl t aui' t 111l for ronttlpatK . See That FORD AUTOMOBILE in our window. " - w Kit s $100 Reward, $100. u! In Also Our NEW LINE of Oxfords for Men, Women I CATARRH OF THE STOMACH Beginning the first of April we will ndopt a strictly cash system nnd will extend credit to no one. Wo found this to bo absolutely neces sary, in the successful conduct of our business. By selling strictly for cash wc will he enabled to offer better bargains, nnd give our customers a bitter service on everything. Wo have only the freshest fruits, fnucy groceries, etc., and set tho best meal in town for 25 cents. Come see us. C. L. Gover. HAIR HINTS. Worthy the Attention of People Who Wish to Preserve the Hair Have your own brush and comb at at hair dressers. Never uso a comb or brush in rub. lie places, they nro usually covered with dandruff germs. Wash your hair brush once a week with soap and warm water to which is added a disinfectant. Shampoo tho hair once a week with pure "onp and water. Use PARISIAN SAGE every day. rubbing thoroughly into scalp,. PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed by G. L. .Penny to destroy dandruff germs and abolish dandruff, or money back. To stop hair from falling and scalp from itching, or money back. To put lifo nnd beauty into dull faded hair, or money back. Price 50 cents. home and Children. "Nubucks" Tans. Patents, Gun Met- mmBmmtmmjmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm als, Velvets, and Kids. rs cs The latest styles of the Shoe creation now on display. Make your selection from a full stock of kinds and sizes. 22-3- p. LasflrsLW ' u Cumins i FIRE INSURANCE SURETY BONDS S.M.NEWLAND STANFORD, KY. $earen . "Stanford, Kentucky 3. Al. -- u- i.im im mjr' THE tTAHFIW INTERIM JOUIWAL, stair-ca- STANF1W, KENTUCKY. i CIROJURiii miRCA amz AY MARY ROBERTS RINEHART JLLUSmATONS BY ipoo THE rr ? y foPracnT or mFocasj-frrnmi- Cc -- & CHAPTER I I. W 4 ii I keep our newspapers and detective agencies happy and prosperous. For 10 years I had been perfectly comfortable; for 20 years I had had the window-boxe- s filled In tho spring, the carpets lifted, tho awnings put up and the furniture, covered with brown linen; for as many summers I had said good-bto ray friends, and, nfter watching their perspiring hegtra, had settled 'down to n delicious quiet In town, where the mall comes three times a day, and the water supply docs not depend on n tank on the roof. And then the madness seized me. When I look back over tho months I spent In Sunnyslde, I wonder that I survived at all. As It Is, I show the wear and tear of my harrowing experiences. I have turned very gray Llddy reminded me of It only yesterday by saying that a little bluing In the rinse water would make my hair silvery Instead of a yellow white. I hate to be reminded of unpleasant things and I snapped her off. "No," I said shBrply, "I'm not going to use bluing at my time of life, or Country House. Takt This Is the story of how a middle- aged spinster lost her mind, deserted her "domestic gods In the city, took a furnished houso for tho summer out of town, and found herself Involved In one of those mysterious crimes that tarch. either." Llddy's nerves are gone, she says, since that awful summer, but Bhe has enough left, goodness knows! And when she begins to go around with a lump In her throat, all I have to do Is to threaten to return to Sunnyslde, and she Is frightened Into a semblance of cheerfulness from which you may Judge that the summer there --was anything but a success. The newspaper accounts have been one of bo garbled and Incomplete them mentioned me but once, and then only as the tenant at the time the thing happened that I feel It my due to tell what I know. Mr. Jamie-sothe detective, said himself he could never have done without me, although he gave me little enough credit, In print ' I shall have to go back several years 13, to be exact to start my story. At that time my brother died, leaving me his two children. Halsey was 11 then and Gertrude was seven. When Halsey had finished his elec- trical course and Gertrude her boarding school both came home to stay. The winter Gertrude came out was nothing but a succession of sitting up late at night to bring her home from things, taking her to the dressmakers between naps the next day, and discouraging ineligible youths with either more money than brains or more brains than money. By spring I was quite tractable. So when Halsey suggested camping In the Adirondack and Gertrude wanted Bar Harbor, we 'compromised on a good country house with links near, within motor distance of town and telephone distance of the doctor. That was how we went . r - ,tt I cleared Halsey and Gertrude away to a house party, and moved out to Sunnyslde the first of May. The first night passed quietly enough. I have always been grateful lor that ono night's peace; It shows what the country might bo under favorable circumstances. Never after ithat night did I put my head on my with any assurance how long lit would be there; or on my shoulders, Iter that scatter. Oa the following morning Llddy and Kalston. By awn housekeeper, to Sunnyslde. We went out to Inspect the property, and It seemed to deserve Its 'name. Its cheerful appearance gave no indication whatever of anything out of the ordinary. Only one thing seemed unusual to me: The housekeeper, who had been left In charge, had moved from the house to the gardener's lodge a few days before. As the lodge was far enough away from the house. It seemed to me that either fire or thieves could complete their work of destruction undisturbed. The property was an extensive one; the house on the top of a hill, which sloped away In great stretches of green lawn and clipped hedges, to the road, and across the valley, perhaps a couple of miles away, was the Greenwood Club bouse. Gertrude and Halsey were Infatuated. The property was owned by Paul Armstrong, the president of the Traders' bank, who at the time we took the house was In the west with his wife and daughter, and a Dr. Walker, the Armstrong famtlv nhv. Halsey knew Louise Armslcian. strong had been rather attentive to her the winter before, but as Halsey was always attentive to somebody, I had not thought of It seriously, although she was a charming girl. I knew of Mr. Armstrong only through hlq, connection with the bank, where the children's money was largely and through an ugly story about the son, Arnold Armstrong, who was reported to have forged his fa- ther's name for a considerable amount to sora bank paper. However, the story bad had no Interest for me. had a difference of opinion, and Mrs. Ralston left on the 11 train. Jutt after luncheon, Burke, the butler, waa taken unexpectedly with a pain In his right side, much worse when I was within hearing distance, and by afternoon he was started cityward. That night the cook's sister had a baby tho cook, seeing Indecision In my face, made It rn3, to b tTvIss cs second thuiigut short, by noon the next day the household staff was down to Llddy and myself. And this in a houso with 22 rooms and flvo baths! Llddy wanted to go back to the city nt once, but the mllkboy said that Thomas Johnson, tho Armstrongs' colored butler, was working as a waiter at tho Greenwood club and might come back. I have the usual scruples about coercing people's servants away, but few of ua have any conscience regarding institutions or corporations witness the way wo beat railroads and street car companies when we can so I called up the club, and about eight o'clock Thomas Johnson came to see me. Poor Thomas! Well, It ended by my engaging Thomas on the spot, at outrageous wages, and with permission to Bleep in the gardener' lodge, empty since the house was rented. The old man he was white-haireand a little stooped, but with an immense Idea of his personal dignity gave me his reasons hesitatingly. "1 ain't Bavin nothing', Mis' Innes," he said, his hand on the door-kno"but there's been goln'a-ohere this las' few months as ain't natchal. 'Tain't one thing an' 'taint another it's Jest a door squealln' here, an' a winder closing' there, but when doors an' winders gets to cuttln' up capers and there's nobody nigh 'em. It's time Thomas Johnson sleeps sonewhar's else." Llddy, who seemed to be never more than ten feet away from me that night, and was afraid of her shadow in that great barn of a place, screamed a little, and turned a yellow-green- . But I am not easily alarmed. It was entirely In vain I represented to Thomas that we were alone, and that he would have to stay In the house that night. He was politely firm, but he would come over early the next morning, and It I gave him a key, he would come In time to get some sort of breakfast. I stood on the huge veranda and watched him shuffle along down the shadowy drive with mingled feelings Irritation at his cowardice and thankfulness at getting him at all. I am not ashamed to say that I double-lockethe hall door when I went In. "You can lock up the rest of the house and go to bed, Llddy," I said severely. "You give me the creeps Btandlng there. A woman of your age ought to have better sense." It usually braces Llddy to mention her age; she owns to 40 which Is absurd. Her mother cooked for my grandfather, and Llddy must be at least ns old as I. But that night she refused to brace. "You're not going to ask me td lock up, Miss Rachel!" she quavered. "Why, there's a dozen French windows in the drawing room and the billiard room wing, and every one opens on a porch. And Mary Anne said that last night there wjis a man standing by the stable when she locked the kitchen door." "Mary Anne was a fool," I said sternly. "If there had been a man there she would have had him in the kitchen and been feeding him what was left from dinner, Inside of an hour, from force of habit Now don't be ridiculous. Lock up the house and go to bed. I am going to read." But Llddy set her lips tight and stood still. "I'm not going to bed," she said. "I am going to pack up, and I am going to leave." "You'll do nothing of the sort." I Bnapped. Llddy and I often desire to part company, hut never at the Bame time. "11 ycu arc afraid, I will so with you, but for goodness' sake don't try to hide behind me." The house was a typical summer residence on an extensive scale. Wherever possible, on the first floor, the architect had done away with partitions, using arches and columns Instead. The effect was cool and spacious, but scarcely cozy. As Llddy and I went from one window to another, our voices echoed back at us uncomfortably. There was plenty of light the electric plant down In the village supplied us but there were long vistas of polished floor, and mirrors which reflected us from unexpected corners, until I felt some of Llddy's foolishness communicate itself to me. The house was very loug, a rectangle In general form, with the main en' trance In the center of the long side. entry opened Into a The brick-paveshort ball, to tho right of which, separated only by a row of pillars, was a huge living room. Beyond that was the drawing room, and In the end the billiard room. Oft the billiard room, In the extreme right wing, was a den, or cardroom, with a small hall opening on the east veranda, and from d n d ' But with the presence of the yelled vocifer"WhereT Ilowf "bunch", of servants say courage reously, and Jumped up. Llddy and t got ai far aa the card-roo'There' somebody in the house," I vived, and late In the afteraees came and turned on all the lights. I aid. 'Oet up. We'll have to go to a message from Gertrude that the and tried the small entry door there, the telephone.'' Hataey would arrive that night at which opened on tho veranda, and ex"Not out in the hall!" she gasped; about 11 o'clock, coming in the car amined the window. Everything was "Oh, Miss Rachel, not out in the from Richfield. Things were looking secure, and Llddy, a little less nertrying to hold mo back. Hut I up; and when Ileulah, my cat, a most vous now, had Just pointed out to me haltl" targe am a woman and Llddy Is small. intelligent animal, found some early the disgraceful dusty condition of tho We got to the door, somehow, and catnip on a bank near tbe house and floor, when suddenly tho rolled In it In a feltno ecstasy, I delight went out We waited a mo- Llddy held a brass andiron, which It cided that getting back to nature was was all she could do to lift, let alone ment; I think Llddy waa stunned with brain anybody with. I listened, and, the thing to do. fright or she would have screamed. hearing White t waa dressing for dinner, nothing, opened the door a And then I clutched her by the arm little and peered into the hall. It was Llddy rapped at the door. She was pointed to one of tho window and terrible Bugges-tlon- , hardly herself yet, but privately I opening on the porch. Tho sudden a black void, full of only emphasized think she was worrying about the broand my candle change threw the window Into relief, ken mirror and it augury, more than an oblong of grayish light and showed the gloom. Llddy squealed and drew anything etse. When she came In she me back again, and a the door us a figure standing close, peering In. slammed, the mirror I had put on the waa holding something In her hand, A I looked It darted across the verher on and sho laid It on tho dressing table anda and out of sight In tho dsrkness. transom came down and hit our de- carefully, the head. That completed "I found It In the linen hamper," I moralization. It was some tlmo before CHAPTER It. "It must be Mr. Halsey's, I could persuade her she had not been she said. nttacked from behind by a burglar, but It seems queer how It got there." A Link It was the half of a link cuff butLlddy's knees seemed to give away and when she found the mirror ton cf unique design, and I looked at smashed on the floor she wasn't much under her. Without a sound sho sank It carefully, better. down, leaving mo staring nt tho win"Where it: Zr. ths bottom of IsCrCS nC.Sg 0 M Mrntut mttt dow in pctrtned amazement. Llddy walled. "Oh, Miss Rachel, there's go the hamper?" I asked. began to moan under her breath, and ing "On tho very top," she replied. "It's to be a deathl" In my excitement I reached down and "There will be." I said grimly. "If a mercy It didn't fall out on the way." shook her. When Llddy had gone I examined you don't keep quiet, Llddy Allen." "Stop It," I whispered. "It's only a And so we sat there until rooming, the fragment attentively, I had never woman maybe a maid of tho ArmBeen It before, nnd I was certain It strongs'. Get up and help mc find tho wondering It the candlo would last was not Halsey's. It was of Italian until dawn, nnd nrranglng what trains door." She groaned again. "Very we and consisted of a could tako back to town. If we had Workmanship, well," I said, "then I'll have to leave only foundation, encrusted stuck to that decision and gone mother-of-pear- l you here. I'm going." , strung on with tiny before It was too late! She moved at that, and, holding to back The sun came finally, and from my horsehair to hold them. In tho cenmy sleeve, we felt our waytwlth nu l wmuuw i wuii-ut-iub ireuu niuuK lilt ter was a small ruby. Tho trinket Mr. take shadowy form, gradually wns odd enough, but not Intrinsically ghostlike appearance, be- - of great value. Its Interest for me lose The lights came on then, and, with como their and then green. The lay In this: Llddy had found It lying gray the long French windows unshuttered. Greenwood club showed Itself a dab In tho top of the hamper which bad I had n creepy feeling that each one stairs. of white against the hill across the blocked the sheltered a peering face. In fact. In valley, and an early robin or two That afternoon the Armstrongs' the light of what happened afterward, hopped around In (he dew. Not un, a youngish I am pretty certain we were under for Mr. Ralston's sun came, woman, applied til the milk-bosurveillance during the entire ghostly about the same and the I dare to place, and I waa glad enough to take time, did evening. We hurried over tho rest of open tho door Into hall and look her. She looked as though she might the locklng-uand got upstairs as around'. Everythingthe was as wo had be equal to a dozen of Llddy, with her quickly as we could. I left the lights left It Trunks were heaped here and snapping black eyes and heavy Jaw. all en, and our footsteps echoed ready for the trunk-room- , and Her name was Anne Watson, and I Llddy had a stiff neck the there, through an end window of stained dined that evening for the first time next morning, from looking back over glass cauie a streak of red and ye In three days. her shoulder, and she refused to go low daylight that wa eminently to bed. CHAPTER III. waa poundcheerful. The milk-bo"Let me stay in your dressing room, ing somewhere below, and the day you Miss Rachel," she begged. "If Mr. John Bailey Appears. had begun. don't I'll sit In the hall outside the I had dinner served In th breakThomas Johnson came ambling up door. I'm not going to be murdered the drive t six, and we fast room. Somehow the huge dining about with my eyes shut" could hear him clattering around on room depressed me, and Thomas, It waa 11 o'clock when I finally pre- the lower floor, opening shutters. I cheerful enough all day, allowed his pared for bed. In spite of my assump- had to take Llddy to her room up- spirit to go down with the sun. He tion of Indifference, I locked the door stair, however she was quite sure had a habit of watching the corners Into the hall, and finding the transhe would find something uncanny. In of the room, left shadowy by the cansom did not catch, I put a chair caufact, when she did not having now dles on the table, and altogether It tiously before the door It was not the courage of daylight, she was actu- was not a festive meal. necessary to rouse Llddy and climb- ally disappointed. Dinner over I went Into the living ing up put on the ledge of the tranWell, we did not go back to town room. I had three hours before the som a small dressing mirror, so that children could possibly arrive, and 1 day. any movement of the frame would thatwarned Llddy not to mention what got out my knitting. I send It crashing down. Then, secure had happened to anybody, and teleThe chug of the automobile as It In my precautions I went to bed. phoned to town for servant. Then, climbed tbe hill was the most welI did not go to sleep at once. Llddy after a breakfast which did more come sound I had heard for a long disturbed me Just as I was growing credit to Thomas' heart than his head, time, and with Gertrude and Halsey drowsy, by coming In and peering un- - I went on a short tour of Investiga- actually before mc, my troubles tion. The sounds had come from the seemed over for good. Gertrude stood east wing, and not without some smiling in the hall, with her hat quite qualms I began there. At first I found over one ear, and her hair In eery nothing. Since then I have developed direction under her pink veil. Germy powers of observation, but at that trude Is a very pretty girl, no matter time I was a novice. The small card-roo- how her hat Is, and I was not surseemed undisturbed I looked for prised when Halsey prevented n young man, who bowed at footprints, which Is, I believe, the conventional thing to ds, although my mo and looked at Trude that Is the experience has been that as clews ridiculous nickname Gertrude brought both footprints and thumb-markore from school. "I have brought a guest. Aunt Ray," more useful In fiction than in fact. But the stairs In that wing offered Halsey said. "I wnnt you to adopt him Into your affections and your something. list Let mc present At the top of the flight had been 1 placed a tall wicker hamper, packed John Bailey, only you must mil him with linen that bad come from town. Jack. In 12 hours he'll be calling you It stood at the edge of tho top step, "Aunt"; I know him." We shook bands, and I got a chance almost barring passage, and on the step below It was a long, fresh to look at Mr Bailey; he was n tall scratch. For three steps tho scratch fellow, perhaps 30, and ho wore a was repeated, gradually diminishing, small mustache. I remember wonderVan as if some object had fallen, striking ing why; he seemed to have a good each one. Then for four steps nothing. mouth nnd when he smiled his teeth That Completed Our Demoralization. On the fifth step below was a round wero above tho nvernge. One never der the bed. She was afraid to speak, dent In the hard wood. That was all. knows why certain men cling to a however, becauso of her previous and It seemed little enough, except messy upper Up that must get Into snubbing, and went back, stopping in that I was positive had not things, any more than ono underthe doorway to sigh dismally. stands some women building up their been there the day before. down-suilSomewhere a clock It bur out my theory of the sound. hair on Ur itlrocitles. Otherwise, with a chime sang away tho hours I which bad been for nil the world like he was very good to look nt, stalwart eleven-thirty- , forty-five- , twclvo. And the humping or a metallic object down nnd tanned, with the direct gaze that then the lights went out to stay. The a flight of steps. The four steps had I like. I nm particular about Mr. BaiCasanova Electric Company shuts up been skipped. I reasoned that nn Iron ley, because, he was a prominent figshop and goeB home to bed at mid- bar, for Instance, would do something ure In what happened later. night; when one has a party, I be- of the sort strike two or three steps, Gertrude was tired with the trip lieve it 1b customary to fee the comend down, then turn over. Jumping a and went up to bed very soon. I pany, which will drink hot coffee and few stairs, and landing with a thud, made up my mind to tell them nothkeep awake a couple of hours longer. Iron bars, however, do not fall ing until the next day, and then to But the lights were gone for good down-stairIn the middle of the night make as light of our excitement as that night Llddy bad gone to Bleep, alone. Coupled with the figure on the possible. After all, what had I to tell? as I knew she would. She was a very veranda the agency by which it An Inquisitive face peering in nt a unreliable person: always awake and cllmbedralght be assumed. But and window; a crash In the night; a ready to talk when she wasn't wanted here was the thing that puzzled me scratch or two on the stairs, and half ! As for Thomas and his and dozing off to sleep when she was most the doors were all fastened n I called her once or twice, the only rethat morning, the window unmolest- forebodings. It was always my belief sult being an explosive snore that ed, and the particular door from the that a negro is one part thief, one part pigment, and tbe rest superstl- threatened her very windpipe then I card room to the veranda bad a ji bedrocsi casdlc. "ot un R"d lock of which 1 neia tbe Key, liuu. My bedroom and dressing room and which had not been tampered It was Saturday night The two men went to the billiard room, and I were above the big living room on with. the first floor. On the second floor a I fixed on an attempt at burglary, could hear them talking as I went uplong corridor ran the length of the as tbe most natural explanation an stairs. It seemed that Halsey had house, with rooms opening from both attempt frustrated by the falling of stopped at the Greenwood club for sides. In the wings were small cor- the object, whatever It was, that had gasolene and found Jack Bailey there, ridors crossing the main one the roused me. Two things I could not with the Sunday golf crowd. Mr. Baiplan was simplicity Itself. And Just understand; how the Intruder had es- ley had not been hard to persuade-prob- ably Gertnfdo know why and as I got back into bed, I heard a caped with everything locked, and sound from the east wing, apparently, why be had left the small silver, they had carried him off triumphantthat made me stop, frozen, with one which, in the absence of a butler, bad ly. I roused Llddy to get them something to eat Thomas was beyond bedroom slipper half off, and listen. It remained downstairs over night was a rattling metallic Bound, and It In tbe afternoon a back came up reach In the lodgo and paid no atreverberated along the empty halls from Casanova, with a fresh relay of tention to her evident terror of tbe like the crash of doom. It was for all servants. The driver took them with kitchen regions. Then I went to bed. the world as It something heavy, per- a flourish to the servants' entrance, The men were still in the billiard haps a piece of steel, had rolled clat- and drove around to tbe front of tbe room when I finally dozed off, and tbe last thing I remember was the howl tering and Jangling down the hard- house, where I waa awaiting him. wood stairs leading to the cardroom. "Two dollars," he said In reply to of a dog in front of tbe houso. It In the silence that followed Llddy my question. "I don't charge full walled a crescendo of woe that trailed stirred and snored again, I waa ex- rates, because, brlngln' 'am up all off hopefully, only to break out afresh asperated; first she kept me awake summer as I do, it pays to make a from a new point of the compass. At threo o'clock in the morning I by silly alarms, then when she was special price. When they got off the needed she slept like Joe Jefferson, or train I sex, sex I: 'There's another was roused by a revolver shot. The Rip they are always the same to me. bunch for Sunnyslde, cook, parlor sound seemed to come from Just out I went in and aroused her, and I give maid and all.' Yes'ra six summers, side my door. For a moment I could her credit for bolng wide awake the and a now lot never less than once a nut move. Then I heard Oertrude minute I spoke. month, They won't stand for the stirring in her room, and the next "Get up," I said, "if you don't want country and the lontsomtseii, I moment she had thrown open tbe connecting door, to be murdered in your bed." reckon." m hard-wooCuff-Butto- there west up a Barrow circular . mt: nt hiah." tss seed-pearls- "T?'"1!''0."":"- east-win- hoUkt-keepvr- good-lookin- y p half-pas- Mr, Ansel Ilnugli, of Stanford, nnd Mrs. .Minerva Duunway, of this place, wcro married Inst Wednesday, by Elder J. M. Long. Mrs. Dunnwny wnu one' of our best neighbor nnd wo congrntulnte Mr. linugb on winning bucIi n good Indy for his wife. Wo extend to tbcm our beet wishes. Ti W. Hutetienoit spent Sunday with hi noil here. .Mrs. Dnvo Goodpasture nnd attractive littlo children will lenvo booh, for Lexington, Ky, wher0 they will mnl.c their home. llentnco Young, has been quite ill of pneumonin. Mr. Walter Warficld has returned home, nfter nn extended visit to relatives, nt Louisville. Mrs, Li'cy Redwino, is visiting bet sifter, Mr. Ilnrdin Cook here. .Mis. Harmon Hntficld, is very nick nt thin writing. Mrs. John Meier visited her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Cover, at Stanford, hint wefc, Mis Delia S. HnMin, left Sunday for Dnnville, to upend n few week, with her sister, Mrs. Deliner Adams. Theodore Itnstin, nnd family bnvo moved in to the house, vnrntcd by Fred Skidmore, nKo W. V. Young, of Slnnford, has moved here. M!hs Kimtm Meier, of Louisville, nnd Mia Mnrthn Meier, of Slnnford, nrc visiting their parents here. Mrs. Klhcrt Terry, nnd Mis Knthcrino Terry, of Ncnl's Creek, spent Thursday, wilh friends here. Klder J. A. Knrr, will preach nt Mt. the fifth Sunday, of this month. AH nre cordially invited to nttetid. Hubert H. l)enlipns,, "pent Sunday, nt Rowland with his parents. Mnnlv Mcfluffcy, risited his best pirl here Inst Sunday. Hurtling tobacco beds is the order of the day, nnd the farmers secin to be working with n will. Mra-inli, DONT BE BALD. Nearly Any One May Secure a Splendid Growth of Hair We have a remedy that has nidf? to j;row hair nnd prevented bnldnesin O.'t out of 100 cases whero used nrcnrdiiur to directions for n reasonable length of time. Thnt may seem like n strong statement it is, nnd' wr mean it to be, nnd no one should doubt it until they hnvc put our claims to nn nctunl lest. We nte h certain Itexnll "93" Hnir Tonic will cure dandruff, prevent baldness, Mimulntc tha scalp and hnir role, stop failing hnir nnd raw new hnir, that we personally give our oMtiVe pmrnntco to refund every penny paid us for it in ev ry instance where it does not givo entire sntisfiiction to the user. Itexnll "!W Hnir Tonic is na pleusnnt to ue ns clear spring water. It is delightfully perfumed, nnd does not grenc or gum the hair. Two sizes 50 cents nnd ?1. With our Guarantee back of it, you rcrtninly take no risk. Sold only nt our store The Itexnll 6tnre. Penny's Drug- god-lookin- s ' "if !( store. Wc rcceivo frefch Telephone us fruit every day. your order. Cover's restaurant. COMMISSIONER'S SALE! II. J. MvRoberts Plaintiff vs John Sam Jnckmnn, Defendant. Pursuant to n judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered nt its November terra 1001 in tho rnso above styled; the undersigned Commissioner will on Monday April 8th, 1912 County court day nt about 1 P. M., offer for salo at public outcry to the highest and best bidder tho following described house nnd lot of lnnd situated in Logan Town Lincoln county, nnd being the same property dcMsed to the defendant, John Sam .Tnekmnn by the wiH "f his fathsr Craig Jaukmnn, nnd bounded on tho North and Knbt by the lands of R. L. Porter, on the South by the land of Dan VunArsdnlo and on tho West by the other Craig Jnckmnn land. Tho object of this snlo is to sntis-f- y plaintiffs, judgment for ilh interest thereon from November 3, 1003 until paid nt the rato of six per cent per annum, subject to n credit of $5.30 paid December 30, 1003 .and the costs hereof. TERMS. Said solo will bo mado on n credit of six months, nnd ths purchaser will be required to bond with approved personal security for tho purchase prico payable to tho undersigned Commissioner, and benring interest nt tho rate of six per cent per annum from day pfnalo; and a lien will bo reserved on tho land to securo tho payment of Enid bond, nnd snrao shall liavo the forco and effect of n judgment. Witness my hand this March 20th 1012. E. D. PENNINQTON, M. C. L. C. C to the-mark-s s HntI n (Continued next Friday) THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUIH.AL, ts STANF1RD, KENTUCKY. iting Mm. John Myers. INTERESTING SKETCH OF LIVED ON Mr, Wnlter Moser lins been visit LINCOLN MAN'S LIFE, Iiur relatives nt Oilbcrt'n Crock. RAW EGGS Mrs. Untlio Tucker and son, Leo, Courier-JournTells of Career of ot Parksvillo nml Mln Mny Joncn, Prof. James Love, of Liberty, of Dntnillc, lmvc been the gucils of Mo., Who Was Born Here. Experience With Wf. Mm. ilon os. Mr. Meters al a ri'liirocil home nt'tcr n visit to A recent isuo of llio Couiier-Joiimfriends in Pulaski. contains llio following in We lmvc listened for Iho wedding cresting sketch ot the career of to ing nt Ilnwcn, until wc nro I'rof. Jntncs Love, of Liberty. Mo., Cecltton, Md. Mr. Ototko Rlchardi, fired, mi wc nro point: to lmvc noma who was horn ami spent thc enrly 0 thi place, during the put 12 years, of our own, in the nenr future, if the vcnM of his lif in Mnni.tn num. has probably tried more different dleti iv. than the average person would ever use nt riii'.' ilim't lircnk. In a lifetime. Mrs. S. K. Owsley, of Hubble, nml Early Days In Kentucky . What he hat to say about his expert-ment- s, Mr. Wnlter Owsley, of That a man should pns his ninety Iiuliannpoli, must therefore be highly interest birthday in perfect health inn to anyone suffering from Indigestion wnti here Inst week. Mrs. Mollic Clogirctlc, of Homer-ne- t, nml, aside from some loss of hearing or Jlomach troubles of any kind. more than 12 years. He says: 'Tor tins been the guest of Mrs. Kph in full ixmsesHion i.f l.is. fnenllies of stomach troubles, and I suffered with body and mind is exceptional in this paid hundreds of dollars for doctor bills Newell for several days. Mi- -i Mntlie nml and medicines. I was also operated on Mr. nml Mrs. fast moiug age. Such was thc good Sum llichop, have been nt liedsjilu fortune the .101 h day of last SeptemI lived' on dried peaches and buttermilk ,r nearly three years. The only thing of their foiisin, Mrs. J. Wheehlon, ber of I'rof. James Love, residing now nt Liberty, Mo., but born in that would not give me pain was raw eggs, til Kuhnnk. I could not I was a physical wreck. Mi. Sii F. l'uidom, nf Hurnsidc, Kentucky, who is perhaps the and was as near crazy as a man steep, wns the week eml visitor of Mr. oldest subscriber. His could well be. nml Mm. John I'linlom hil week. father's subscript ion began with tho I must say that after taking two package ot Thedlord'a llarrn Creek is lo hnve n new initial number of the Louisville Daily it did me more eood than all I ever spent Hnptist fliurjic. is the tnlk of ev- Journal, November '24, 18:10. When for other medicines. eryone. the son continued as such till thc I lave been working dally on the farm ever tince, and I am a hard as Iron." Mis F.va Moser, was in town present time, a period of fiO ycnM. This purely vegetable remedy has beeq It would be intercstin; to know if Snliirilny. in successful use for more than 70 years. .liliin there is another case like it. After Try it. Uut be sure that it's "Thediord'a." leupliiiit? school at Fulton and later WHO CAN DOUBT SWORN TESTI- HOLOAM'S MILL nt Mexico, Mo., thc young Kentiick- - mqsjy F HONEST CITIZENS? MILLEDGEVILLE ian entered the Stntc University nt Wc arc having lots of rain nt this Columbia, gradiiatini; with the class Some time ago I began tho use of writing. of 18.1.1. I pon his graduation he .,f your bwuuip-ltuu- t with tho most rc- Mr. Dixld Kout, boititht of Mr. W. Theodore Itogrn. is very hick. was elected professor of mntliematics ( nmrknhle results, tvv years I was Hunt, n fieu-i-i year old black .i! h-- ii. V. S. Ilrown was the guest of his ii .. ii t p' e, for a .fancy price. niece, Ida Thompson, last Friday ty, Mo. Until thc close of the Civil nlmoot n wreck nnd was u great suffercr. The doctors who treated mo Mr. L'ifc Morgan will lake pos. night. teaching, and war he wns engaged in of his home on thc Somer- Mm. It. A. Smith, is on (he sick earned suffiirient menus to retire made me believe that my great sufferings weie due to female trouble. i pike next week. itl-- ii list, Ida Thompson. from active sen ice. The subsequent 1 Hell MeCowan, bus moved Mr llro. llou-- c caine iIohii to iireach years lmvc been devoted lo foiehrn I was so bad nt times would faint Creek lo the (libon nt Ml. Ziuii, Sunday and they weir travel, the care of his estate nnd n, away nnd had sinking bpells. Finali.m Hani ly n new doctor was called in and J, uke. ho few, be went home and did not life of unostentatious usefulness. A he said that 1 had kidney trouble has iurehnsFl n pruch. Mr Ira Mo-c- r yenr ago I'rof. Love presented to the I '.phnphmic to entertain his every- Hen Faulkner, and wife, were thc Missouri Stale University files of and gave me medicine, of which took several bottles. I obtained , with, who are talking pifts of M. Thompson, Sunday, the Couricr-Journn- l, covering n per- some relief from this but I was get' orynniziug nu nil day loafing alo Mi Minerva Middleton. iod of sixty years. He celebrated ting weaker all the time; I could not ib. This will not be a jtood movc-- 1 Hell,. Adams is on the cick list. his ninety-firbirthday by publish- sleep and suffered so much pain good women of this for the Miss Dollie Farley is slaying with ing n pamphlet of reminiscences, thnt my husband nnd children had ie, for they will have the work Ida Thompson this week. I "Personal, Particular and flenornl," to lift me in and out of bed. After attend the Misses Ktbel ami t it while their Stella Smith, in which he describes life n be knew this time two friends sent me word are with their grandma, Mm. Ilry-n- it during his bovhood in Kentucky, iet. . which I did, mid to try Swnmp-Roo- t, Mr John Moser says he will nn Ilrown this week. when ns yet the cane all had not ,; down, nor wild turkeys ii oni gina to state inni me ursi uose Mm. Ariuina Smith is on the Mick been trodden Mite lumM'lf jailer at the proper lppVo mo grcat rcHcf Af,cr takinf. and will gie thc ho.M. a waim list, also Liifrauk Smith. and other game driven from state ,(nc ,hlrd doeS) T wns 1Piped into bed Mm. Iila M. Tlmiiir(.ii, has a nice Itntli Rirls and boys were then in- rr i I'll11"- n(1 slcpt hmE o thc Mr James Hanson is improving line, of millinery this spring. urcil to hardships and privations of . , ())ok pevera, b()ttlcs o Swamp. Willinm Thump-elv after n severe case of fever. hns bought 20 which the young in this age know , jjoot all(1 T fCPi jimt i owe ray life Mi-- s Olgn MyeM, delightfully en- - acres of Innd from Mm. Jim llohlani but which served (o th;s womierf,id remedy. The two fiitameil thc M. K. C. Society, Inst of Crab Oiehanl. sturdy constitutions in- - ' family ,ininra .;.i ,i,t t lo i,i t si- - luin rixa iiittt, v'tsta iiuv v evening. We will soon irrjjnnire a Sabbath iienicii irom ihiccmom wno were live three mouths, I would have to be Mr. John I'nnlom. will give nn school, at Ml. .ion and will need the nursed pionccM. In the absence of helped in nnd out of bed ten to I milliners nnd drcssmakeM the girl twenty times every entertainment nt thc Methn- -' help of both old nml young. night. After mother, t church. The aged Thc particular of the of Maruerct had to content themselves with ih taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Ilofor will be ntxioiinccil later. ItroHii. died February L'li. IIM'J. i cut domestic products of thc loom nnd two davs I wns entirely free trom ,. beliec that llic Wnyncsliitrg KMiiiiiiW wneei. loiniii in eery wen- - jjettincr iin and could sleep soumlly. o More fanners read the Interior '. tile playing ground hog since ,n lnntily. Cotton cloth vj.is: jjPiS. D. E. IIILEMAN, fount v went dry nnd thc stock Journal tlinu any other country pa- dved and mm!,, up at home for sum- Tunnclton, V. Vn. n mcr drevses, ami linscy, wool- - v. (his 11th day of September, 1009, vnteO hack ii wc never per in th' jiart of the state. ' this when you net ready to either plain or plaid, was used for from lIlCMl. m. D. E. Hilemnn. who subscribed Mi- - Luxie Houston, has been vis- - advertise your Iiomc, jack or bull. winter. Tlicre were no lints, nnd (i,e n0Ovc statement nnd made oath nl Peaches and ferent Diets. RatternWi far Three Years. Mr, nml Mm. Shelby Hubble lmvc 25-ce-nt Uiack-Draug- were in vogtio for state occasions. A new linscy or more pretentious calico or gingham scrv ,! ( mae $mn. ."t ciuitcii iiuu in social t;aiiicnugs. A. hoy would hftvo n tow or flnx linen suit for summer, nnd in winter n suit of jeans jacket, waUtcoat nnd His lint was woolen, pnntaloons. mndc specially for him by the town hnttcr. If the Inil hml shoes, they wcro brogans, rando by the shoo ninker. If his coming wns delayed fill nfler Christmas, tho hoy went barefoot mean while. Supplied toJ y w'l m"y comforts, the pro- f"HSr tells how often ho left a trull the ice and frozen "f l'"0,l "! ground ov'cr thc moiintnin roads bare feet. He" insist Itluit siich upbringing produced n gencr-ntio- ii of mcii able to endure hardship as good soldiers. He closes his reflections with Tom Moore's lines: "When I remember nil the friends so kindly linked together, I've seen around me fall like leaves in wintry wenther; I feel like one who (reads alone sonic banquet li ft 11. deserted; Whose lights arc iled, whose garlands tlcntl, and all but me ' W. F. IJ. 1 5,000 Rolls New Wall Paper. Big Line of New Mattings. Low Prices on Iron Beds. Nice Bed Room Suites. Big Line of Odd Dressers. Big Line of Lace Curtains. Pi' fm Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. We .think we can make it to your interest to buy of us. W. A. Tribble that the same is true in substance and in fact. JOS. A. MILLER, Notary Public I I I I for at thc coming November Elec tion. Also tor the purpose of re organizing Committee Letter to Dr. Kilmer Blnghampton, & "I Co., N. Y. i st 1 hut-ban- d ut in. ;,, hllle-cxpcri- ences ot i to-d- . The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing grav el. cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men nnd women. Regulates blndder troubles in hildren. If not sold by your druggist, will be cent by mail on receipt of $1: One small REPUBLICAN MASS bottle is two months' treatment, and CONVENTION. seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and Pursuant to a call duly made by other stntes. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 the Republican Executive Committee Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by of Lincoln county, the Republicans of Lincoln county are hereby called The "Child's Welfare" movement to meet in Mass Convention at the has challenged the attention of court house in Stanford, Ky., on thoughtful people everywhere. MothApril Cth nt one o'clock P. M.; ers are natural suppoiters, and will for the purposo of selecting 19 dele- find in Foley's Honey and Tar Comgates nml alternates to the state and pound n most aliinblc aid. Cough i i District Convention to be held for nnd colds that unchecked lenu to the purposo of selecting delegates to croup, biouchilis nnd pneumonia the National Convction to be held in yield quickly to the healing and Chicago on June 18th 191' for the sootbing qualities of Foley's Honey mrpoe of nominatinsr a Republican nnd Tnr Compound. Shugars and candidate for President to be voted Tanner. nt Snt-urdav Prove What Swamp Root Will For You Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., !S Y., for n sample bottle It will convince anyone. You will also leceive a book of valuable information, telling nil about kidneys nnd bladder. When writing, be sure nnd mention the Stanford Interior Regular fifty-ceJournal. nnd one dollar size bottles for sale at nil drug stores. Bitig-hamto- n, tho County Executive nnd selecting precinct committeemen for tho ensuim; four years for each voting precinct in said county. The system of voting at said Mass Convention shall be viva voce. R. L. Davison. Chairman. Do George D. Florence Secretary. A TEXAS WONDER. COME SEE THE RESULT Of Our Efforts to Bring Right to Your Door an Elegant Assortment of Ready-to-we- ar v srv r.- - - Dresses, Suits, Waists, House Dresses, Rain Coats, Etc. York City. We have searched the market for the best, and the Ladies who have right from the source of fashion-Ne- w looked 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 childrens Percal and ginghams. They are pretty and very reasonable in price. 5 Curtains, Maffine.s, Rugs. A most attractive line of new materials for making the home beautiful let us show you new rugs, mattings, curtain nets, shades, etc. Dress Materials Colored and White, Linens, Piques, Voiles, New Cluney, Macrome and Shadow Laces to trim. Severance & Son, Stanford, Ky. "jr "x-zx- "3r tffcTTaTE -- I t . i. imv i . ,( THESTANPIM INTERIM JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. STOP I The Sunday school nt Oak Grove piogiving nicely. It has a large attendance, which i increasing. The ptetly girls of Goochtown relv on their goodness nnd kindne-- n nnd nro not taking much advantage 1 of Leap Year. We have about 75 jobs on the floor at present. We make special prices on Judge Hindi, of WnyneMiurg, w Carriage and Auto Repairing and Painting. We solicit a portion of your business. vNiting his daughter Mr. Sturgeon. carry a stock of Automobiles. Remember, we There wni singing nt Wnller hiSecond Street. Factory and Wareroom on 108-11- 8 tler's Monday night nnd ever body enjoyed themselves. -:- -:- -:- John Anderson's hoy fell Sunday evening nnd Imike hi ami. Brother Oodlty filled liU nppoini-moat Olive church. We niv sor- I $4,025, nn nrerago of $100.55 per King, and is one of the best bred THE FARMERS ry lip In moving hark to Lexington, head. The bull Temper ill topped .ones in the country. He will be nnd ho will be greatly missed. Top liogs wore $7.85 in Cincin- the snle going to E. . and N. T. elioun in saddle nnd harness classes Young, of Lexington, Neb., at $820. by the new owner. nati Thursday. 225 nctes of land to sell; can cut I will stand ray grand horse PresJ. X. CliriMnnn colli 24 nire ivcs is ton for the season of 1912 at my Jo Hright Herring in Boyle at $7.10. the land to suit purchaser; this Northern seed oata for snlo at the splendid farming land and a bargain barn nt Crab Orchard. He is in bet-t22-t- f. shape this year than for some mill. Hustonville Milling Company Write to Box 190, Stanford 23-jack tiuie and in for a splendid season. fwill stand a Hustonville, Ky. Dr. J. II. IMmrds lift" linttglit of at my farm on the Prenchersvillo and Will also stand my crack young stallion Preston, Jr., K. P. Fnulconcr his "Mt. Airy" faun Stanford pike. He gets good colts near Fnulconcr Station in Boyle, for and is a sure breeder and will stand known as the Jim Smith colt. Ho is You could not please us betby Preston and a grandson of tho The place contains 135 ut fS.00. H. C. Anderson $10,500. ter than to ask your doctor Journal print your great show mare, Kate Malloy. Let the Interior ncres. Neat work I Cards w'Al be out shortly giving full about AVer's Cherry Pectoral Th0 leading Hereford breeders of horse nnd jack cards. done promptly nt rock bottom prices details. J. C. Bailey, Crab Orchard, for coughs, colds, croup, bronMiourt held n combination sale nt Arrington Johnson, acting for Roy Ky. chitis. Thousands of families Kansas City on Match fth and 0th. V. H. Shanks bought of Frank One hundred and three head were Greene, of Montgomery county, hns always keep it in the house. sold at nn nernge of $144.90 per sold to B. Q. Henry, of Montana, Cordicr n nice saddle and harness The approval of their physistal mare for the southern market for head. The demand for bulls wns the handsome -. cian and the experience of unusually strong, 37 head selling for lion, Greene's King Bourbon, for $12.many years have given them The Messenger siijs that Boyle colt was sired by The $10,300, nn nvernge of $180.70 per $1,000. great confidence in this the Iamb females brought Bourbon Chief 970, dam by Wilson's vounty fanners report head. Forty-si- x vrops as very short there this year. standard cough medicine. Nico blue grass larra, of 193 acres 1 offer for public service the Roy-- I Sold for seventy years. For theteason of 1912, within two ally Bred and Handsome Individual Saddle Stallion, sale. Apply miles of Stanford for Any food doctor will tell you thtt medito Adolph Von Grueni-ga- n. cine Tike Ayer't Cherry Pectoral cannot 55 ALL PEAV1NE 4092, at my farm, near McKinney, Ky., 22-tdo Its belt work If the bowels are coin f stiptted. Ask your doctor if be knows at $25 to insure a living colt. anything better than Ayer's Pills for cor EYE REMOVED rectlni this slum ishnets of the liver. Mad x the ). O. ATM CO.. Law.Il. Mas. Highland Lady Loses Ootic as Result of Smallpox Years Ago. all custom made, made right at home by the hand and sold direct to die customer, giving you better value for your money than any one else? Did you ever stop to think that Arnold's Buggies are ALRIA NEWS All the good people rejoice that Spring U here nnd the fiinncn have laid nsido their coats nnd gone to work determined larger crop than uiml, for the seatcity nnd high prices of nil kimU of 'feed have nrnucd them to their duty. hns built n Dave Chamberlain nice feed barn. R.M. ARNOLD, DANVILLE, KY. J ry'i w ill i ne ier nwe grip of misfortune has few tsmas to the man who has saved. Your misfortune will do It. wlH nt cme. Open a er 4. three-year-o- ld Coughs ind Colds bank account hire today. A dollar Acquire an easy mind about the future. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford. Ky. Capital $50,000. Undivided Profita $4,098.94 Deposit $75,481.90. J. D. EADS, M. B. SALIN, Cashier. S. A. PHILLIPS, As'st. Cashier. 22-C- p. three-year-o- ld J. S. RICE, W. OwlcCARTY, Pres. V. Pres. G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. CHICA60, ILL, COLUMBUS, DETROIT, CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, NORTH. 0., MICH., 0., 0., 0., !JRsRbRbRbRbRbRbRbRbRbRbV Don Varrick to AND ALL POINTS ATLANTA, CA., BIRMINGHAM, GALVESTON, ALA., tRsKiv2 'jRRRjPC'JSiE''' J?s v ' Mm R A ivzr Mrs. Smith Faulkner, of the Highland section, sustained tho loss of her left eye this week, which had to bo removed by nn operation, us a tesiilt l n set ere cne of smallpox ago. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon performed the operation, which resulted very successfully, and jt is believed that she will sustain no ill effects from the loss of the member except the loss of the sight. Mrs. Faulkner's left eje became nffected when she had the smallpox nnd it has never been right since. ..Recently n sympathetic affectiou seemed to be coining on the right eye, nnd the physicians deemed it wie to remove the nfflieted member so that the danger of the other eye becoming nffected might be Wiil make the season of 1912 at my stable, one mile from Stanford, nt 15 TEX., NEW ORLEANS, LA., KNOXVILLE, TENN., DALLAS, TEX., CHATTANOOGA, TENN., JACKSONVILLE, FLA., SHREVEP0RT, LA., innre n living foal. AND ALL MINTS SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. er Nsjara2sfflRBRsB!r-- ' i i m i- m - in and an unfqualed champion tire Fiom him we have had tuch champions as Edna May, Golden Glow. Jack Straw. Queen o' By Rex McDonald Daisy 2nd by the May. Star Peavine, an J many othrrs pait and to come. Peavine 85. GRAND SIRE, Rex McDonald 833. The undisputed champion show horse and sire. W FIRST DAM, Lucy Wells 6404. by Peavine 85. A great brood mare by the world', His daughters have produced such champions as Lou Chief, gieaiest brood mare sire, Peavine. Cleopatra, The Frenchman, Edna May, Barthenia McCnord, and dozens of others. A mare by Peavine is a sure foundation. SECOND DAM, daughter of Harris Denmark. THIRD DAM, daughter of John Mostly If you want to breai to a stallion whose produce commands the highest price, breed to All Peavine 4092 The prices for which I have sold Peavine colts are as an open book, they being sold for the high dollar at public auction, along with the colts of other bleeds of horses, and I have "I wns ashamed of my face." writes Mis Mellaril of North Carolina. "It topped the market. scars, but was all full of pimples-an- a Breeding saddle horses of the highest trte is no lomer mere sues! work. "Like begets like," I). after using D. say I). Prescription for now there Is takes champions to produce champions. and it that Here you have them all in this pedigree. Rex Kcrema I can McDonald. Hex Peavine and a double infusion of the champion brood mare sire, Peavine. All no sign of that Jicieiaa and that waa years Peavine will bread true to his family inheritance ol championship blood. He it entered in the three Is butaeo." of thousands of cases one This Saddle Horse Futurity stake, and do not forget that he sired the only stud colt that got any ot In which IX V. D. has simply washed away the skin trouble, b. D. the money last year. cleanses the skin of the serma of Ec-xeI will personally care for marrs sent me and u every precaution, but will not be responsible for Tsorlasls and other serious akin accidents or escapes. I will also stand another nice stallion at a lower price, and three fine diseases: stops the Itch Instantly, and jacks, when used with D. D. D. sonp the -cures the Crey jack at $10 to insure living foal, and the two Black jacks at $8 to inNothing- tlka seem to be permanent. sure living foal. V. D. P. for the complexion. SIRE, REX PEAVINE ALL PEAVINE U J796: A champion show 4092 Don Vnirick is n beautiful chestnut, 1C:'1, by the great Onward fel-v2:03' ,, he by Onward, by Geo. Wilke-- . Onunrd Silver void for $23,01)0, nnd was as game it rare horc as eter wont down the Grand Circuit. Don VnrriekV first dam bv Wilkes Hoy, the hire of a great family of Futurity winners; 2il dam, .Mary by Uoj's Grey Hnle, the dam of 'flip Wiik -- :lo'4 and Mndelcne Patcheii, tho dam of Hiihner 12:10. HillyWilton 2:20, Winchester 2:11)31 .and JIis K. 2 :.'!(). Don VarriekV I dam wim the dam of Dr. Connor, 'that pared a public half mile at Lexington at Id months in nnd told for 1,000 to X. W. of New Maxell. Conn.: nUo the data of Mntru'ie ltu, that trotted u h.ilt mile on same track in 1:11 u hi miHiiiis. nun -- inn mr .Tiiwu. Dun Vnriiek breed size, speed is perand fluUh. His fect. Season intmi'V due when mare -I all points North, East, South and West VIA THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE & OHIO QUEEN rOR TMU AND ALL OTHER larosatATIOS. I CRESCENT 101 It. C. KINO. Paucnftr and Tkkct Agent, W. A. BCCKIXR. a.iral Patenter C. Main St., Att. .... - ROUTE. Willi IXXISOTON, VS. CINCINNATI, CALL ON ON SPRING 1:03, Ilub-linui- T. SUITINGS! OF WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT LINE SPRING SUITINGS IN NEWEST PATTERNS, LATEST STYLES AND ALL COLORS. is sold, traded or bled to another horse. Will pasture mates nt i'A a month, and will take especial care to prevent accidente, but will not be responsible should any occur. ED BALLARD, Stanford, Ky. 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. ASMMEIOFNERFACE MHBEawaV' t7 Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. I. i R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. ing Trial bottle 2E cents, enoueh to prove the. merit of this wonderful rentWe can also ttlve you a full also bottle for II nft nn nir nMnlnte fr"r-antthat If this very first bottle fulls to Rive you relief It will cost you nothed v. ee Only Eight Days Now to Easter. TIMES GETTING SHORT, BETTER DROP AROUND AND SEWE LECT YOUR FOOTWEAR. AND ARE SHOE SPECIALISTS, IN TAKE PLEASURE WILL SHOWING YOU OUR LINE. RE. MEMBER, WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CHILDREN'S AND MISSES Shiwars 4. Tanrwr. Drtionlst. We Pay Highest Market Prices For THERE IS REAL PAINT nnd ntbo some stuff mixed with fhenpciiinj,' materials that is not worthy of the name. If you have had experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If you haven't take bur ndvkonml don't liny our renl paints oiperinient. und Mne jnurself .disappointment find money as well. J. A. ALLEN. Stanforl Ky. Educational Farm Train WiU Be in Stanford SATURDAY, MCI 30IE Furs. T. K. All kinds of Produce, Hides and Bee us before you sell, In countrv nr delivered. et price J. C. McClary 'afc ' W' aft JftPpyB Brfai"irta'r MB rl SHOES. W. E. PERKINS 3 H. B. Crab Orchard, Ky. Northcott Tudor. Mr. PHONE 153. UNOKRTAKIR AND IMBALMIR STANFORD KENTUCKY. Office PfeDM 117. Hme Phane 35 from 3 to 5 o'clock p. m. The train will have seven cars, with thirty-fiv- e persons aboard. WiU 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. " -- -" '