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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): April 2, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912040201_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): April 2, 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. 27. HANDSOME BOOKLET tt TUESDAYS AND STANFORD LINCOLN REPUBLICAN CONVENTION ON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TIKSDAY, APRIL J, 1D1J FRIDii SAMUEL H. SHANKS PASSES OVER THE RIVER J. F. HOLDAM COL. JOSHUA D. SWOPE McKINNEY WALLIN CASE GOES TO CALLS HIS LAST CASE TRIAL THIS WEEK, Miss Knto Stephenson, of Rowcnn, Appointed Circuit Clerk By Judge tho attractive guest of her cousin, is Hardin, To, Fill Vacancy. Raymond Popular Circuit Clerk Succumbs to Miss Lena Beck. Noel Is Fined $150 Fir. Warm Fight Expected Here Between Veteran Financier and Farmer Dies, Causing Death of George MuJohn Elliott is very ill nt this Asthmatic Attack Last Week Taft and Roosevelt Forces-Sa- me On every hnnd regret was heard Surrounded By His Loved writing and his recovery is doubtAfter Short Illness rphyOther Court News. . U. 11. Coleman, bend of tho Colc-mn- u K Garrard about thc courthouse Inst week over Ones Funeral Tuesday ful. Mining Company, one of tho D. tho death of Citcuit Clerk J. R. S. Seuddcr nnd IL E. Gnnn After overruling anotlie notion oa All of Stanford mourned last hnvo gone to Columbia to buy some biggest coal producing firms in the The front tullars of tho Some exceedingly warm politics is Swonc. .Mr. Samuel lliimilloii ShnnU died tho part of ttte defenchnt's knr- -' Frimourning, ns Thursday night when Joshua D, horses. in wns hero over last being phi j eel in tho counties of the building were draped xers for n continunnee of ii Wnlliti j nt two o'clock Mondny morning nt uiouutniiis, memory. Circuit Clerk of Lincoln Swope, E. J. Tanner wife and dnughlcr cases until tho Maj term j court, Sir. day night, with tins honicfolks. Mr. Eiglittlt Congressional District this n tribute to his rcidiMico of his the attended the World in CLncitipenti Jutlgn Chnrles A. Ilnrelt i late last ('. i:. Tote, in this city, to which Coleman's success lias been phe- wick, by the Roosevelt nnd Tuft special " tcim ot Ciicuit Court is now place he was taken from the bank nomenal in the mining business with- forces. The county conventions in session, Judge llunlln wns com- passed over tho nvor, dast week. inursuay soi ttte case lor trial, be- - ' "uu, Miss Lean Reck nnd visitor, Miss when stricken with his futnl illness in the past few jears, and his Fox will bo held next Saturday, when it several weeks' illness of nsth-me- Stephenson were in Louisville last ginning Monday of this week. An make mi immediate appoint, after It was felt Ridge coal is known nil over the will lie decided whether tho republi- polled to nlmtit n month ago. to secure a jury (If u successor to Col. Swope, ma, complicated with heart troitblo week the guest of Miss Stephenson's effort wns made he could not re- country lis one of tho best burning cans of this district will instruct Inst week, hut the panels were quick fiom the fiint that ' the business of tho Jnnd pneumoiiin. Few hud reulizcd to cipediute brother. ly c.xltnusted, most of those sumcover, on nccount of his extreme fuels to be found. As an adver- for Tuft or Roosevelt. court. He nt once niimcd J. F. Hoi- - jtlmt ho wus so seriously Jill anil y Miss Mac Jones of Danville wns moned ritnting that they had formed frail phvsieol condition and tisement, the Coleman Mining age and From present indications n hard dnm, of Crab Orchnrd, for the place there wos much surprise nnd regret the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. and expressed opinions about the has just issued n vwy attrac- fight 1m piotuised in Lincoln for the his disease has finally thwarted tho Mr. Holdiiiu served it leiui us Cir- - oil fill sides when il wus leurned Mrs. Gooch. tenderesl Illusion ulid best liivdioicl tive' little booklet entitled "A Foxy control of the county convention to case. Only nbout thrco hnd not, and ciiit Clerk, and is one of the most that he had gone to the bourno from Mr. Arthur Coffey nnd Bruce lltey xvcr3 from the West End of All of the members of his Story," giving much interesting inftkill. be held here. The Taft forces under competent officinls in the state. He 'which no traveler e'er returns, Jnrboe nre home from Berca for a tho county. The Sheriff was direct- - ; formation about conl nnd its uses the lend of County Chairman R. L. family were with him at the last. Cot. Josh, us ho wns affectionatc-ilurin- g been noting cleik of tho court few days. Hpent the whole nnd embellished with hnnilsomc half Davidson nre working might nnd mnin hnd .Mr. Shanks has ed to summon one hundred men into the il'ness of Col. Swope, suly called, was about 70 jenrs of Mrs. R. IL Motcnlf and Mrs. E. court by Monday, and most of them of his lift! in this county, where ho tones of scenes at the mines where It is understood thnt they have most 'age. He wns n untivc of the wns on hund to begin his duties im- 0. Gooch were shopping in Stanford vrcre secured in the west and south- was born 70 jonrs ngo in September tho Fox Ridge coal is dug from the of the coloicd members of tho party appointment by bury section of Garrard, a member Wednesday. Tho last. lie uiih one of the 11 children ground. crn sections of the county, where 4 with them, though n number of the Judge Hiirditt hotels good until tho of ft prominent family. Ho had Mr. McMurrny ond wife, of Tt. of William Shanks and Rebecca most of his life in Lincoln how-- ,, nine discussion vl tne case seems ip d nigroes of the county nro said to November, when this in Wortli Texas, wcie the guests of hnvo been had. KINGS MOUNTAIN liauglimnn. 12 of hmn lived to mahere when a jpung be strong for Roosevelt. The Toft etcc- - ever, moving rf will have to be filled by Mrs. Murray's sister, Mrs. C. C. turity, and four of whom jet sur-iThe jury which tried Raxmond j f oi ces nre said to have engaged alt tinn. Candidates will lie nominated man, and living for n long tunc with Singleton Inst week. M. A. Hocker, - r rf nnmely, Mr. Xoel, of Harrodsburg, on a manthe Into George Mr. nnd Mrs. Chortle Trusty of available wagonettes, nnd vehicles ,.f n, ..rinmrv iii Aiicust. ninl it is .Ins brother-in-laMr. M. C. Gnhhnrt visited his par. slaughter charge, . Em-lir' ' i Mrs. Nannie Logan, Mrs. S. J. growing out of the Danville nre the guests of his in Crab Orclund and the West End nt the primnry in August, by both Alford in the West End. He never nts nt Casey Creek Inst week. and Mk Virginia Grimes. Hi1 parents here. killing of George .Murphy at More-lan- d, married. In early life he held n to bring the colored "brothers" to pnrties. Revel Gooch, of Somerset is visit-n- g parents were of substantial Scotch-Iris- h a few months ngo, deliberated position as Constable .in the Miss Lucy Hrork, of McKinney, town to participate in the convention his sister, Mrs. T. II. Singleton. but a short time over the case, re- -stock, nnd enme here from tins been visiting relatives here. section, but most of his life The Roosevelt fences, Saturdny. SIGLER DEAD . MRS. Miss Moore, who has been turning a verdict fining him $150 for rt Virginia nt an early dale and fettled was n horse and cnttto trader. In cmpolyedIlcttie the Mr. George Commons, nil uged however, are not discouraged and by Government in the offense. Thc contention' of the Clerk on the farm now owned by Mr. V. II. ,nnd respiited eitten, died nnd wus say that if they can only get their Passes Away in West End and is 1010 he was elected Circuit moving Washington City for the past two defense was that the kilting was Shanks on the Somerset pike, where buried in Pleasant Point cemetery. men to town Sattuday, they wilt of Lincoln county, and since Buried at Crab Orchard years is at homo again with her purely an accident. the ileccflncd wos born nnd which here, hnd made everyone who enmo sister. Mrs. Wulker. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cash Leach nnd hnve n large majority of those at In the case of the Commonwealth can Im been owned by members of the Mrs. J. F. Potter, of Lexington, nt- - the convention. The remains of Mrs. M. V. Sig-le- r, to know him, his friend.' tew Miss Margaret who Snndidgv, family for 120 jeais. say that they ever saw him angry. tins been in the hospital in Louis- against Reynolds, from the Waynes-- pt in Gnirnrel tenuity the hotLeach's Over temled the funeral of Mrs. who passed nway ot her home in Ih parents nnd their descendants fntlier. test kind of n fight is being wnged. Texnrknna, Texas, were lirought to His simnv disposition and genial ville nnd nlso visiting Iter uncle, C. burg section, n seduction case, the among every trial jury was unable to agree. hnve alwnxs been numbered On hist Fndny night some bold The Roosevelt lendeis snj thnt the old home at Crab Oichard. and Hood nature surmounted T. Snndidge of Shelby City, has re prominent citirens of this thief entered the bum of Mr. Wilt sentiment is nine or ten to one in her was always a tJiiiii;o iiaruin cleared up a lurge the moic laid to fiunl rest in the Crab Orch- nnd adversity nnd it In his young Johnson, and, lifter driving out nil fnvor of Roosevelt, but thnt a mighdrop into his office, and turned home very much improved number of cases on tho docket so;' part of tho stote. nrd cemetery Sunday afternoon, af- plensuie to in her health. that thero is little of importance to,Z. manhood Mr. Shanks wns married to his stock nnd rolling out his buggy, ty cffoit is being mnde by the Taft his clever philosophy of services by Rev. J. listen to Oscar Fowler, of Nnsliville, was come before the court this .week $ Madison set lire to the burn, and had it not nun to turn the county for him, in ternoon, utter Fanny Hocker, of Mi was held lite. He will be grently missed. calling on friends in town last week. witn tne 0. Livingston. The funeral exception ot theWnlun tounty, who ! well remembered for been discovered in time, the entire order that Senator Bradley may not Col Swope was a member of the home of her niece, Mr- -. J. Misses Carrie nnd Zoa Butler, case. This promises to be one services xjsiteel and beau- building would have been destroyed. be discredited in his own county. Re- from the of R.iptist chinch. Funeral her lowliness of ehnrneter F. lloldnin. friends in Danville. the hardest fought cases seen in the Rev. J. B. Jones ty of pel son. She died about 117 Mr. Johnson immediately sent for liable reports hnve it that the Taft Mrs. Sigler wns in her CSth jenr were conducted by Lincoln Circuit Court in some time. ' jeary ago. He is survived by three bloodhounds, but owing to the con- forcis in Gnrrnrel are spending n big nt the time of her death. She was nnd Rev. D. M. Wnlker Into Friday KING'S MOUNTAIN The jury to try the case was se children. Hon V. II. Shank- -, Mrs. tinued nuns little good wns done. amount of ruonoj to tuin the i'c n native of Lincoln county, a sister afternoon, ufter which all that was We are bavins some bright sun - cured without much trouble Monday, T. A Rice nnd Mr. C. E. Tate, all This is not the first trick of this away fiom Roosevcll. Alt the of Hon. F. F. Robbitt, nnd has other mortal of this good man. wns cop shine dnys now, nnd fnrmers nre being composed of the following': "; of whom live in this community. sort thnt bus been done in this sec- counties in this district as well as relatives residing in the East End. signed to mother earth. May the In his enrly jears Mr. Shank", in tion, uud Mr. Johnson will lenv no over the state are being floodid with grass be ever gieen above him. Col. hustling. Instead of tobacco, thev Messrs. S. L. Burdette, Joseph New She hnd mnde her home with her two urotners, are making preparations for corn, ell, J. J. Moser. J. W. Peak, Wm. . with his brother, J. II. stone unturned in his efforts to lo- liteiattire from Senator Bradley, partner-hi- p dniighter, Mrs. Coshdollar, for a Swope is survived by Long, T. J. Deulinin, C. E. Beekl Shanks, wns engaged in mercantile cate the guilty part. which is being sent out by the active number f years, and besides Iter, is Messrs. B. K. and David Swope, onts and various crops. Mrs. W. M. Mudmnn nnd family Thomas Best, vvm. Moser, J. K. pursuits, with fanning nnd banking Mrs. Wick Caldwell and baby nre Tuft men to the voters o fthe par- surviveiV sons, Wilt and and h sister, Mis Jennie Swope, of hnve moved nwax' from here, much Helm. Jr., W. J. Montgomery, and nnd he was (success-- 1 onthe sick lift Stanford. ns ty. Jiiiih Sigler, who live nt Winter In llin rmrivf Af tlinit mnnv friiuiilc T. J. Bell. lie his undertakings, ul in nil-o- f Lee still continues Miss Ethel Pink, Fin. The deceased had been As the I. J.'s repoit for this issue Rev. Coucli nnd wife hnxe gone EUBANKS lias been president of the Lincoln very ill. TWO HORSES BURN was be u Christian nil her life, nnd to .visit friends nt Vnllex' Oak, Pu- closed Mondny afternoon, the openCounty Notional Hank since J8SI1, Mr. Cjrus Johnson nnd little sou loved by all who knew her. ing, statements were being mnde to having been iipMiinted to that posi- hnve been sick, ltut lire better nt When Harve Collier's Barn Goes Up The people of Eub.inks are think laski countj. Widow Wnlls has been quite ill, ttte jury by opposing counsel. ing ot making garden, if summer tion to fill the vncnitcj uucd by the present. In Smoke at Crab Orchard ANOTHER ALLEN SURRENDERS but nt this writing is somewhat im. dentil o'f his lirother, .1. II. Shanks. ever comes. Lasvvcll wfis muni to me Dr. HONOR ROLL STANFORD One of the hist of the Virginia Mts. Elliott, id Eubanks is very prov ed. Tliee two haw occupied that posi- bedside of hi siik mother on Rush The barn of Harve Collier, near Mr. Morris Wnlls bought a lot in outlaws surrendered to the officers ill nt this writing. SCHOOL FOR I the nrgiiuiriitioii of the Creek. tion since the depot nt Cinli Orchard, wns Starving, sleepless Mr. A. K. Gooch has bought and our little town and hies commenced bank', and it owes its success to n by fire of unknown origin late List week. Col. Gooch nnd children, of Mis. Allen, moved to Geo. Rev nobis' place in work on ttte foundation for ft house. Pimiurj Jennie Burnett, Saxs-t- 1 tar.'e extent to tho linnneinl genius Mauito, 111., nre with friends nnd about font o'clock Sundav morning. and fntuued. Claude Svvnnsoii out of the lnutel thicket in Eubanks. e ante .1. B. Ows- We arc glad to have him with us, he Beck, Olga Camenich, Murvui Mit- of these two men and Dr. pf! A nice driving hoiso. niieVn spotted here. iMntiws Ridge Thnrsd.iv, pointed lcv, for many jcurs its efficient John W:n ron tins rented Gooch's is it nice quiet mini scnrcelj' ever chell. James Paxton, Marj' Louise Shetland pony Mr. Collier leccntly the P.Ine j! Mis. Mnrv Wull is very sick. tow in d the ky. an place nnd moved nnd Geo. Reynolds speaks or laughs but when he docs Stone, Annette Wraj-- , Dorothj Trib- lK ti nhur. Mr. Shanks retired from Mr. Moiris Willi will soon have n bought from M. S. ll.iiighmnn were two him-ewhich has moved to Wniieu place so it menus something. the po-s- e, lf to hie, Maggie lItitc'iiiiioii. mercantile nnd farming pursuits sev- new building elected on the lot ho hunted to dentil ill the building, unci gave : weeks has hunted town. Mr. Harrison Wall mnde a flj'ing 1. Adolph Grade Cumeiusch, eral venrs ngo and has since about 'JO hart els of corn also went for t'c.irly two purchased from W. M. Dve. him. his time exclusively to his duMr. Alford Span is very low nt trip to Highland to see his best girl. Lee Fisher, Fiances Fish, Xettie The good people of this town arc up in smoke. The ls is estimated happy this writiii'.'. ulntost Complacent and Mrs. Austin and Mrs. Floj-- who Mitchell, Willie Mtntilij, Ransom v tejoiciuir to know that Lincoln is nt about 300 with no insurance. ties as ti t nk president. night, sheltered he s.it Thuisilax Mr. Shank was a man of tho indeed u dix couutv, especially to Adelaide Pioctor, Lelia Albeit Mven-- nnd wife nre visit- - have recentlj moved to this plnco McBee, highest order of integrity and had know g called on Mrs. S. Il.'Cnnuou a few Cook Runej-- , Frances Tute. tiom n elriviug storm in the little iug in Ohio. piotectcd when that the soft diiuk and malt Yott'ie nlwajs tlnow fiom CnrTax lor Spo.iis nnd Minnie 1 ecK evenings ngo. Uiude 2. Arnold Ramsey, Josethe utmost confidence of all who stands no longer icinaiii to ruin the like this happens, if vou see biiek jail, a stone's xvhere on .ot mairiid Sunday nfteiuooii. Mr. Oliver Padgett and Miss Ber-ll- phine Gooch, Catherine Brudj, Lu-ci- le knew linn. He "as mill) endowed P. Weni en the Insurance Man of tnll tenuity com community. J. voting boys of the the Allen gang vengefully x ith the traits that produce success, Gooch were quietly marrfed in Mr. Deny Wheeldon nud wife Cnrter, Mnbel Wilkinson, Mar-gnr- et wilt soon .Staiitord Inst. Rcptfsents the best Mutch Mis. li.idu Logsdon be killed the judge, the prosecutor, the hnve been visiting bete. that might well tho piesence of n few friends at 40111111011 Dawes, Pearl Embry, Murgie in Clin- nnd stiongest companies. leave ii loin tier husband sheriff, n iuior uud n bvstniuler. Li' cil as Komi, lie was of u kind Mis. Heudeisoii Young of Pu Rev. S. II. Cannon's on March 21st. Lvitti, Minnie Ilutehiusou, James ton, 111. jtllil genial disposition, considerate He is n sou of Flojd Allen, over laski, is nt Geoige RevnohU hav Their innnj friends wish them n B.tughtnaii, Henry B.iughman, Her-inPISTOL DUEL AT MORELAND Mr. Jim fionih. of Danville, is nt ing bet thiont tiented. She is get- huppy in court the shootwhose journey .f the lights nt others, humble nnd nnd piospeious Walls. home with n mashed hand. ing stinted. easily nppioachablc, ting bittet fast. " thiough life. Grade a. Sarah Bright, Mary iiunssiituuu;, Between White Boy and Negro Has Lee Eubanks, !).", Lnsvvell has retuined home Bracket!, and likid by all with whom he came Anna PAINT LICK Tame Ending. KING'S MOUNTAIN in coutnit. A kinder in more indul "Our baby tnes for Chninbci-Iain- 's fiom Mt. Vernon, wlieie he was call, George F. Fairis, Jou Grimes, MarCough Remedy," writes Mrs. id to the bedside of his mother. She guerite McCIure, Thelma gent fntlier never lived. His familiar Powell, The bain at the Johnson Hotel, Motehtnel. Ky. April 1. Joe Mi Cm muck is having another "It w'ns veix- - low with heart tioubje, but Murguiet Shunks, Vio Goso Smith, figure will be sadly missed, nnd the on f ire H iday nig lit. liv T. B. Ixeudiick. Rasticu. Ga. William Baker, n white boy nbout wus set Tho alnnii is the best cough remedy on tile ttte doctor repot ts her a little bet Luetic Waters, Louise Wiiter, Joswhole (ouimiinity joins his futility in room added to hi lcs'uletue. Smith a ne some unknown villuiu. Walter I Illinium k nnd wife hnve 13 xenis old, and Win. .ormu becnus(. he is no more. eph Walters. wns given in time, though by u boy, mniket foi coughs, colds nnd croup. ter. they gro. emptied their pistols at cacti extinguished. For sale by G. L. Penny. 4. Jusephiuo Beazlej", Fuueial seniles will be loudilcted letuined troiu Cincinnati where Rev. Dillard Couch, pastor of the Grade the sticets heic Saturday, nnd the fire wus soon ot goods. other on from the home of Mr. Tate, this, purchased it spring stock Methodist cliurch ot this place will Sam Craig, Frank Cordier, Mury Lair's blood hounds vveie culled next Thc Rabies nre repotted at the home without doing much damage. CASEY CIRCUIT COURT Hutchiusoa Hill Gannun, Summie Tuosdnj, afternoon nt thtiv o'clock, fill his appointment tho fiist on a freight day, but on account of the uncensof Tout Kuhliunn uud Jeff Davis. fen in er made his escape the month nt 11 o'clock and Buisj' Luuiford, Sophie Suundcfra, yi j hen ices being conducted by Revs. jng rain, they ma not miihe u suc train which was going past. Sheriff C. 0. Parks, of Jenkins, is visitCircuit Court adjourned at Lib at night. Joseph Ballon nnd I). M. Walker. Insection, cess. Yet with all this rain, tne ing his fntlier uud mother nt this MeCuity, who wns in this The grand jury will be in the Buffalo terment Miss Anna Mcintosh who tins been Frances Cormnev. Wiillin dogs found a trail nnd followed it erty Inst week. summoning juiors for the The court suffering witli ilieiinintisiu for quite 31 indictments. Grndo 3. Mary Beck, Elizabeth Springs (Vmeteiy. The pnllbcniers ptnee. some distance. It is hoped that the took Mu. Walker Huvu is on the sick trial, wits telephoned for nnd him scoitndiels may bo caught and sent disponed of the following eases: u while is able to be out again. will e: Cutter, Titden Cooper, Carrie Davis, custody uud eat lied Smith into ot lxentucgw vs Cotmnonwenltli Active. -- W. l Shanks, Thos. H. lint. Mis Mniy Adams who has spent Thelma Frances, Allie Russell Fish, Ttte Sheriff to the pen. Our County Judge, Ford, snjs lie to jail nt, SlMiiford. wcc'ks lteie is very much iiucuei inn, ,.ioiiu inuei iucixuiiiey, John II. Shnuks, Wek It is on the siik list. Tom Miller, seduction, sentence to 2 Shanks, W. D. Johnson telephoned to offlieis lit Itlivillc to piko xeuri, in the penitentiary by jurj Rochester, W. 0. Wulker and Sum J is going to hnvo the Lancaster pleased with the people of this town Willie Pennies. Heath Severance. Mis. C. M. Thompson is in who escaped. put in good conilition, whiih is veiy look out for the boy fj New trial granted by Judg0 Cnrter nut thinks that King's Mountain Annette Weuren. F.inbiy. Jr. on business this week. The uegio stopped u bullet with one much needed. Grade C Lee Mershon, Clarencejila Ilonoraiv J. II. Pnxinn, Huff does not desetve the hind name that Craig Butte nnd xvifo mo visiting on technienl grounds. wounded seveiely. Tho mesent law of letting out leg but is not Pommonwenlth of IxeiltUCEJr V2 it has. Singleton, Annie It. IVnell, Ai)nie .' Thiddotui. W. M. Bright. E. P. Mr Henry Biiii'dnnnn's pony jo( trinities nt Somerset ikes t Olhc !o's( bidder is m fii'd- Hock-o- i. Bnugh, of Plunlond, V. Ciuig, Leonnid .Mallard, Jviinoy K.11, Way- - Jess Thomas for minder continued J. C. Florence, J. S. Mi. Ait-.Mis. Betsy A. Singleton, of him while shutting tho out about uwuy tiom to Hi el elny next term. J. N. Menefci., T. I). New land, J. me. Garriird county imvs nnd Miss Minerva Duuawa.v, of Mt. M.cKiunej, Hobtnt Arnold. brother, Jones Bnugltj nesbuig, enme up Monday to see her twelve thousand dollars, or more tor gate nt his In the cnse of Commonwealth vs Moiinh. were nunried March tlio Oth Qrade 7. Mntsy Grimes, Jea- Murphy, who is C. Hajs, W. K. Shugnis. liulf a mile, tore mothei, Mrs. Snllie - ninn's and inn miuntniiiinjr or tepahing the tuntWalter Carson, officitil transcript bv Rev. S. II. Cannon. Paxton, Kcllie W. Hill, Adelaieto very ill. clown some fence post nnd wits -, Tim B. Cravens The Junction City Lumber Com-jnn- v pikes to tint lowesi iiieutei- is Mi. Jake Knnce. tho miller of our Russell, Joe' T. Embij- Mtnirie Mr. J. II. Mcintosh, of Indiuniipo-li- s, of stenographer stopped by Mi. B. F. Fvrnll nf-tI II OI i It is to be hoped that this way filed, uud record ordered to be copi- town is kept so busy that ically it n. l nill soil cheaper than usual for Ttivser, uanvveii oiiuiiks. Intl., was a caller at this place demolishing the buggy it wus clone away ed nnd sent, to Court of Appenls. 8. Kiln cash, this jonr. Write them for ul' woikiug toads will be Grade- EiclienberHc. Ti seems ho does not have time to keep a few dovs ago. Bill hitched to. building material, with undei the new Boswoith his face. Guiues, Jessm HocM..ttj prices all kinds of Gerttuite .... the soot off Most of the vveuil U engaged here When a medicine must be given cement, lime, snnd, stock nnd poul-tr- v pnssed by tho Inst legistntuii'. bungs Jnmes Tuuble. ninny t Constipation nod at 23 leiits per pound. Com is sellMiss Lucy Francis bus i etui to joung childien it should be ii fence, etc. Junction City, Ky Points of View. Ficslunun Snllie M. Craig, Mi in its train nnd is the per battel, buy if 1.113, ing nt Chamberlain's plens'nnt to tnke. fiom u visit to her sister. in CincinMoore, Murj- ie 11, Conk, v cause of much sickness. Keep to "f cents per pound The Bi other 'She's got, lovable hogs It nati. inudani, nud Cough Remeely is made from loaf Rttnej-- , Majme Singleton, Api tegular lips and huggable jour bowels Mi. Geoige Tiendwuy has gone uud going up. sugar, nnd tho roots ued in its eyes, kissablo of the The Cninpbollsvillo pnpers lecent-l- y Davis MeRobetts. The xoung folks of Milliclgeville, jou will escape ninny shape and holdnblo hands." Louisville to buy spring stock of Effio Baugh Soph.iinoie repoit considerable excitement to to which women uie subject. ptepnrntiou give it a imvoi numim on u veiy Bis Sister "Yes, nnd slto's got & tne to be congratulated Tretidway thing, to maple sjiup, mnking it plensnnt Ca ovm what ninny believed to bo tin goods for the fit in of books "which is very Constipation is a very simple huir, ndjustnble hips, col- Qiiincv Cnrmau, Robert tine library of It has no superior for removable the Cuthedici Woods. Minion Grimes. WillmiiT GrtHtee, nltempt to dvnuiiiito but like ninny simple things, it may to tnke. and a tiniisfernblo ninl whooping cough. orable brows The citizens of Lowell nnd PiuuW instinctive. Juuiiii Ifiirrx Reiuhnrt., s reetoiy nnd cliurch in Hint city. A lend to serious consequences. Nn- - colds, croup oniplexinii. sale by 0. L. Penny. invostigntioii will bo uindo Lick nro getting subscriptions lor ; scinching Senioi Mtiitison Bright,' tine otte.i nee.is n nine nsststa.uc For Ln.ne shoulder is i.enily itlwnjs to Lowell n s inuie to find out the facts nnd tho rent piko from Pnint Lick to the Coleman. John hwi utitou, Jeff Davis was to iheumntism of the muscles, and when hamhenain We ,le & K., railioiid. A party of Louisville capitalists McCaity, BesiB Moore, Jg 'given nt. the fi.st.nd.cnt.on mn.d, motives and identity of the person along the L. vvnter Senate in Atknnsns by "'0,000 nnd quickly jields to the ftee np wilt hnve two thoroughfares Waters. nnd suffering may be moid. have bought the Somerset ot persons who vveie lesponsible for only plication of ChambeiiaiuV Liniment distress the two towns, which nre works, electric light plant, etc. tint plneingmf n qunntity of dvnnmito id. Sold by 0. L. Penny. (I. L. Penny. For Sale bv n mile upnrt. sou the porch of Ihe rectory. MEETS SATURDAY On Fox Ridge Coal Issued By Cowman Mining Company. v. ,l I i nt Com-pun- Mnrks-medintel- y. va-le- e, y, - -- Turn-ersvil- le ' by-tw- side-line- s, . ed ed d s any-thin- ui 1 un Sun-ehiy- iti cd ti, 'Ai, el ?; fin-ull- .v et WW " -- nil-nie- p', pri-iiii- 22-3- p. Be-h- 1- -2 ,- Ij, JL SiL'iM ,"t 'i T " "t ' M i THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. JUNCTION CITY Mr. A. I). C, Dinwiddle bought of Charley Clark, of Shelby City,'tlio Inttcr's house and lot located in tho city above mentioned, at a price winch is said to have been $1,000. The pay of the operator in tho telegraph office nt Shelby City has been advanced from $50 to $35 per month. Mr. mid Mrs. Ernest Richardson have moved in with the former's parents, Mr. nnd Jlrs. W. T. Richardson. Dr. ,1. P. Green, of London came down and attended the funeral of his father-in-laJlr. J. Henry Hankln. Francis Shank slipped away to Cincinnati one day recently and returned shortly driving a 45 h. p. Buick automobile. Jlrs. W. T. Richnrdson, who has been ill for several weeks, in up again, to the delight of her many friends and ncquaiHtatices. The Embroidery Club met Thursday nftcriioon with Jlrs. O. D. Dainty refreshments were served to the members of the cluu. Mis Mnttie Dinwiddie, of Louisville stopped over with her brother, Jlr. A. B. C. Dinwiddie, on her way to w$it relatives in Ilustonvillc. Burglars broke into tho storeroom of Jlr. W. C. Surlier on Wednesday evening. Six or seven dollar woith of merchandise has been ini-sso far. Probably the same person made attempts on the store-iooiof W. T. Richardson, of this place, and A. B. C. Dinwiddie, of Shelby City. Lair's blood hounds weie wired for but at this writing no arrests hove been made. A convention of the Christinn Sunday schools of the counties of Anderson, Shelby, Jlerccr nnd Boyle will bo held in this city on tho 21st and 2Snd of JIay. Following nro the committees from tho church here: Reception. Jlesdame E. B. Sweeney, F. T. Burke.. W. JL Tros-pc- r, J. R. Steele. Committee who will serve first day: Jlrs. William Trosper. Jlrs. Lewis Kriener. JIr. J. W. Bailey, Jlrs. S. W. Burke. Ladies who will serve second day: jresdaroes O. D. jreCollura. E. B. Sweeney. F. T. Bnrke. H. C. Catron. F. T. Burke, Cor. Secretary. r, cd us ? tf "Spring Togs" now on display We have Now Ready For Easter Everything New in the Clothing Line Blue Serges, Tans, Greys, Fancy Stripes and Blacks. The Interior Journal. Kitabllshtd 1172 WAYNESIURG Born, to tho wife of T. J. Btirlc-eo- n, a nine poun News comes from Jlnrnthon, Ohio of the death of Jlrs. Lula Weaver, daughter of J. II. Cnldwcll, foiincrly of this place. Jlrs. T. It. Caldwell i!ted'Ticr paients nt Somerset this week. Jlrs. It. Y. Ballard was in Stanford this week having her eyes treated. Walter Record, of Covington is the i;ucst of his hoiucfolks. O JL G. Vnnnrsrt!ile, of Lexington, was in our city recently looking nf-this lumber interests. C. C. Oooch nnd wifo arc moving back to Stanford. Jlnymc Singleton, of Plcnsont Point, was the guest of her sister, s-ocr HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,...Publlihtr II A YEAH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE That Easter Suit trimmer, a littb neater dressed than you friend,. YOU will want to dress up next Sunday. You will want to be as well dressed as your neighbor, and if you want to be just a little smoother, a little Cuter! at yt Uie rwtofflco at m tecond cUti mall. Sun-r- d POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The announcements in this column arc of candidates for office, subject to the action of the democratic pri mary : For Commonwealth's Attorney EMMETT rUIlYEAU, OF BOYLE. For County Judqe. T. A. RICE, 31. F. NORTH, For Jailer. PEYTON I'ARRISII, GEORGE DEBORDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM H. HESTER W. A. CARSON For Assessor P. L. BECK. For Magistrate J. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS, Every week or so, the Fraukfort finds a new entry in the Congressional race in the Eighth district, but so far none has put up his money in announcements in the papers of the district. Take it from us, the gratuitous boosting alleged candidates ,aic getting from papers out of the district, is about nil that Congressman it will amount to. Harvey Helm is a sure winner, and we would not bo n bit surprised to see him go to the post in the primary in August as the only entry. It seems to be the policy of the opposition of anybody to beat Helm, and we read of schemes and combines by other prospective candidates, in their efforts to somehow encompass his defeat. Strikes us that it would be a good plan for these vnlliant democrats to get together in a plan to help roll up a democratic majority in tho district nest fall, instead of plotting to defeat one of the men who has admittedly done so much to make democratic victory in the nation almost ceitnin. Jlrs. C. C. Gooch. Made by the most skilled workmen j& Sewed with silk thread, throughout & All Wool : Quality High Prices Low. : : : ; t Znek and Dme Padgett, arc on the sick list. Znck Padgett and family ljavo moved into the property recently l.y Dean Smith. Jlrs. D. W. and Jlelvin Caldwell, visit'.! her slU'r Jtr. Harmon nt Buck Creek Tnesdav. T. S. Reynolds nnd It. Y. Ballard attended court nt Stanford this vn-cit- JIessr. Put on one of our ADLER SUITS and see what s difference in the hang of the coat, the! fit of the collar, the fold of the lapel it's there, and, you can Tan and Grey Worsteds, They week. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. RESOURCES OF paper Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Comptroller' Call of February 20, 1912 Loans U. S. Bonds and Due from U. S. Treas Bonds Lincoln Cash and Due from Banks. . Mr. nnd Jlrs. Tipton Sims visited their sons W. D. nnd Henry Sims nt Somerset. Jlrs. C. G. Cnldwcll is on the sick list. Jlr. Jan Barlcon is very sick nt this writing. Jrnson Caldwell is nt homo from Spring City, Tcnn. Jlillcik'oulle has siucly been taking a Rip Van Winkle nap, of not ben lending his papers. Wnynesburg has been represented most every week since tho local option election. eorri'-pomlent see it. Blue Serges, $15 to $25; $15, $20, $25 and $35, silk lined. are like the pictures in the book. $342,254.78 ws.ooo.oo S3 7. 500. 00 . S447, 254. 7S going to stand for Tuft. Roosevelt says if he is defeated he will not bolt. Jlaybe not, but we know a lot of Rpsevelt republicans around here who ny they are not FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Select what you want, and if you don't want to take it out now, we will keep it for you. YOU CAN GET IT ANy DAY. Quick Assets: County t. ;. Banking House Other Assets: 4. OS. 78 S 78, 608.87 S5.3Q0.O0 SS3, 163.65 Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars Strawberry plants, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Rose, Peonies, nnd Phlox. Everything for Orchard ond Lawn, Garden. Fiee Catalogue. No Agents. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington, Ky. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky You'll Want a New ; Buggy For Easter Springtime is hero and everybody is riding again. Come in and see the stylish new rigs ivc have just gotten in. "Wo have, without any doubt the most complete lino of buggies ever seen in Stanford. It will pay you to look them over. Como early and get your pick. Our styles are Columbus, Moyer, Ahllirand, Colonial, etc, all high grade "work and good lookers, the best on the raaikct. BOB TAYLOR Famous Fiddling Senator, of Tennessee Lays Bow Aside Forever 1. Robe- Apijl Washington, United States Love Taylor, senior Senator "from Tennessee ''Fiddling died here Bob" to all the South today, unable to withstand the shock from an operation for gall stone- -, performed last Thursday. so Taylor, Bob", "Fiddling known becnuso ho played his way into the hearts of r,is audiences, carrying his violin wherever he campaigned, was 01 years old. alley, in He was born in Happy Eastern Tennessee, but spent most of his life at Nashville practicing law. to an ouice-hoiuin- g He belonged farailv. His father was a Represen tative in Congress and Cimmisioner of Indian Affairs, and nn undo was m' the Confederate Senate. . Once Pension Agent at Knosulle, thriro ("invwwr of Tennessee, from 1SS7 to JS'J" nnd 1S07 to lS'J'J, Sen- ntor Taylor forced his way to the .National Hou-- e of from the same Congressional jjis-tnthat had previously sent his father to Congress, and loter his brother, Alfred A. Taylor, whom he subsequently defeated for governor. Senator Taylor was a uevcianu Democrat. He had served in the Senate since January, 1007, Repu-sentative- s ct E. T. PENCE, titi. r . No Waste, No danger of Fire, No Caking, No air Slacking, No Swelling, No waiting for your mortar to season. TRY IT. You Can Surely Find What You Stanford, Are Looking For in Our Very W. H. HIGGINS, Kentucky. Complete Stock of Home Carpets Mattings Druggets Shades HYDRA ED LIE ADVANTAGES OVER LUMP LIME: It is Economical, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. sN BRING YOUR FEET Along and let us fit them with the Nobbiest of patterns in Lac, Button and Colonial Oxfords. They Feel Good, They Fit, They look good and please the purchaser Elegant Patterns in room - (Jin i (tOC sire Druggets at $111 10 pLO Extra Sizes for Large rooms $15 to $35 Cotton-chai- n Sporting Goods! Spalding & Reach's high-grad- e Mattings at 13C, ZZC, ZjC, lo 4bC Base Bail Goods are Guaranteed. RALLS FROM MITTS FROM GLOVES FROM BATS FROM All te L. L. SANDERS ,.v. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. I I Deposit Baik of Stanford, Organized in 1856 in position to do all kinds of concreting, such as Block Woik, Pavements, nnd in fact, we can mako anything from a honso down to n fence post. Call and get our prices befro you buy your material at We CONCRETING are We keep on hand a full line of Shades in the regular widths and extra wide at very low prices. Thirty-fiv- e patterns in Lace Curtains, per pair t7 Cfn 10 p I "C 50 5c lu $125 25c to $8.00 25c to $4.50 5c to $1.00 Jlnscball Goods PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. SPRING SUITING My new spring nnd summer samples are now ready for your inspection. They comprise th0 best on the market. I can suit anyone as to price who had bis clothes made to order.' A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready mado clothes. To have them made to measure doesn't cost nny more thnn ready made when quality and fit is considered. Come in and let me take your measure. H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. FISHING TACKLES. Fifty pretty patterns in Curtain Nets, Etta- - Reorganized, June 2, 1865, as pJrr..M.a,:.,!"...10c to 50c 8 Nafeul Baik of Staiford. Reorganized, Oct. 2, 1882, as RODS FROM 5c to $12.00 REELS FROM 25c to $7.50 LINES FROM 5c to $125 HOOKS OF ALL SIZES First National Bank, Stanford. Absolutely Safe. At the service of the smallest depositor. SEVERANCE & SON Stanford, Kentucky PENNY'S The Rexall Store & k- il :. .r1 V ra'wr - 'ri 'is Hi THE STANFORD SOCIAL INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ( and PERSONAL Mr. L. It. Hughes (pent Sunday MeKinney, Mr. V. M Tanner, of in town Many. ' N'imncllcy Jina Jjcn Mr. 1 for ovcrnl days. li -- ,,'tlio elok in Mt. Vernon. Mis Annio Dunn, of Ilustonville, is willi her sister Mrs. Dan Trnjlor. Mr. Willie C. Whito of 1'niw, is hero with friends nnd relatives. Sun-,'- v MiM Mnrtlm llommcl client Mrs. L. H. Hilton was in Lnncne-le- r with her mother, in Danville. Inst week shopping. W. W Ini9 8I)cnl Saturday Mrs. Mr. S. A. Walker, of Lancaster, A. Ucnr- ,1,'l.nncnutcr with Mrs. J. was hero on business last week. Tucker is visiting William Mis Suio Hilton, of Lancaster, "Mr. has been here with her brother, Mr. fniwU in Illchmona. Mr. Hcnly Hastin, of Lancnstor, L. It. Hilton, and wife. Satur-rt,- v Miss Josephiuo Cnrpenter spent topped over between trnins wny to Mt. Vernon. Sunday in Crnb Orchard with her on his Mr. 1 M. Knton, of Pincille, ii grandmother, Mr.. Fish. Miss Alleen llourne, of Lancaster, Siting her daughter, Mrs. C. It. has been with her sister Mrs. W. K. li.teronn. Mrs. J. W. Accy epent several Warner. relatives in Messrs. Joe Will Itout and King ,'nT Inst week with Carpenter, of Ilustonville, wcio in I, monster. Mr. Mnck Mobley, of .MeKinney, town a while Saturday. in town nwhilo Friday on busi- Mr. HudhOii llohon, of HuMnn-vill- e, n wns the guest of Miss Mnggic Knthrrinp Hnrn", of Lan-fte- r. Stilus Suinrdny. spent Sntnrilny and Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Tho. Shnnks nnd John Shank, of Columbus, On., with Mr. nml Mrs. J. It. llnrri. Kllen Moore who him been nre here with friends and relntive. Mfe trnicMttg nt Smith, in Hnrlnn county, Mr. Oretus Floyd, of Ilustonville, who attends school nt State Univerbn ntiirnoil home. Mm. 0. M. Unoy is nt Corinth, be-- ; sity, nt Lexington, wns hero Sature culled by the illnoM ot her son, day. )l"nly Huey. Somcret Journal. .Mr. Fred Joffers nnd daughter, Cleveland Hose, who has Mary Ophelia, of Ilustonville, nic Mr Bu-hviutitig Mrs. Jessie Stnsv nnd fami- V.n with her fritcr, Mrs. J. C. k hns returned to her home in iy. Air. and Mr. J. C. Ilnya nnd Mr. boieftitor. Ileury Farria. who haw been in tho Mr. WINon Hnll who hns been bore, south for severnl week, hae in the. tobnceo bugino home. returned to his home hi Kioli-- b bi Mr. Jhn Fnnleimui and Mis 'nt. ,J. fl. Weflthorfpid nnd I)ae AlI'eail flentrv went to Lnneaster, from Ilnttamillu ) Saturday to e Mrs. Klira Farris, down len came Friday to attend the funeral of Col. who has had a stroke of pnralysi. .Mih Snllio Hnrdctte went to J 1). Swone. Saturday to attend the Mr. Ktnmctt MeConnnek nnd danyhter, Miss Mnrpuerite, of Una- - 1'iinal of her cousin, Miss Itiiby Vonne. tonnllc, were "in town chopping rn-duMr. M. L. Mnrcmn and sirter, .Mr. nnd Mrs. T. D. Cnrter have MUs Minnie Marcum, of MeConnnek returned to their home in Mobile, church section were in town SaturAla. They were cnlled heie by the day shopping. Mie-- . I'Ctin I'nlmer, Nettie Helm, of his father, Mr. J. M. Car-t- r. illn Kthel Fettro, and Mrs. I'mitt were MUf Jocphinn MeAlister, of Los delightfully entertnined nt nn elaAngela". Cnl., who is a student in borate course dinner, Saturday by York, arrived yesterday to Mr. A. C. Hill. Nrw MiCynthia Ware has returned sake n vit.lt to Mrs. C. I'. Cecil, Jr. to her home in MeKinney, nfler a Invillo Messenger. B. K. Swope nnd David Swope, visit t Mis Carrie Cunningham on road. MUs Edna f Garrard, onme over to attend tho the l'enyville fnnrnl of their brother. J. D. Cainnitr. ba. returned to her horn, in to Mrs. after a Swop Friday. Mr. Wilfrid Dye, Un wus Walter Vaniudall on the Lexington f Middleburjr. bis iiieee, Vtrp for the fiuwral. j.ie Dii'nille Advocate. Mi ni -iB T. vi-it Mrs. J. T. Butler nnd Mrs. Snrnh J. Dntuu ot MeKinney, were pleasant visitors here Saturday. Mr. C. It. Coleman of I'incville, vns hero with his family nnd friends for n few days. Mrs. Hoy S. Ilcorley has returned to her homo in Mt. ernon after u visit to relatives here. K. C. Guinea, the popular insur-r.iie- o wns the mnii of Lancaster, giii'- -t of his sister, Mrs. II. M. Halloa Sunday. Miss Mary Tracey, of Danville, otlleinl tho popular and ellleieut is hero this court stenographer, week, leporting the Walliu trial. Mrs. J. V. Hagin nnd children who have been with her sister, Mis. II. C. llaugbmaii hue returned to their home in Covington. Mis. W. K. Warner nnd little son, Lewi, nre visiting her parents, Mr. and .Mis. J. II. llourne, in Lancaster. Union Kendrick, of Monticello, is the guest of his uncle. A. P. Sloan nnd other relatives in tho Hubble, section. lr-- . Murgarvt Shanks returned Friday from nn extended vidt to her dnnghter Mrs. II. K. Uourne nt New Ca-tl- e, Mrs, llourne returned with her and will be here several dajs. I. C. Dell and daughter, Mr. Minnie Murphy and little daughter, Margaret Murphy and little daughter, .Marguerite, of Liberty and Mr- -. Snllie F. Murphy, of Doyle county, werc guests of Mr. and Mr. S. &O$&OO$O0OO9& O O SODA FOUNTAIN OPEN Monday, April 8llt. O O O 0 PENNY'S The Rcxall : Store O O O 000000000000000 Protect vour loed ones Sam Gentry sold two wild mallard drakes to tlin Missouri Snuab Com p.iny at St. Louis, which ho trapped recently, when n flock of tho wild fowl passed over this section going north. Mr. Gentry makes a speeial- ty of breeding the wilil ducks and mnnnges to catch sexei'al wild ones each season, a Timely Suggestions For That Spring Frock We are Showing a Splendid Variety of All that is New and that Fashion Approves. Foulard Silks in stripes iQ and figures, per yard at :,'i I with n life policy in the Old Koithwcstcrn. One LAST YEAR WINNERS of the most liberal companies in the AGAIN VICTORIOUS world. 2 Mi. Fish & Dromley. When you want a bond kind bco Fish & Dromley. of any John They M. Brigtit represent the American Surety Co., 'Jl-t- f. largest in the world. i ' and Morrfcon Take Prizes In Boys' Oratorical Contest con- - H. Waters v.J H The second annunl orntorienl I'or Sale. 1 pair blnck mare ,l""t of the pupils of the Stnnfoid H'ph .School was won by the winners 4 inn!le. clean and smooth: 10 hands high; weight 2,500 pounds "f the last year's contest, John M. coming f nnd 6 years old. A. 0. IL Wntcr, wih Morrison Bright, jwho took secitinl honors in the firct Somerset, Ky. enii(M-- t, figuin being awarded tho 2G-2- p. Harvey Helm returned to Washington last week, after spending a week, at home, during which time he visited both Adair and Casey couutie. which have ie He colitlv added to Iijs district. is well pleased with the situation in both, the democratic leaders him that they will be for him in the primary this fall. as-tiri- last Conirremnn .7, Dell week. The Knights of Pjtlu'n. Fair has ' Onitoncal Content nt the opera made April 1st the closing datc for thus houe tnday night, was one of the the gieat colt Futiyity stake, Stan-tim- e giving the bowmen a little more!'11"" interesting ever held in to enter. Don't forget the "id ''V ieaon of the, fact that each contestant wrote hi-- own oration, last date for this great ring. Kind the composition of the subjects m'"''' ," ,"1'h '; -- rn;l",g o See Fish 4 Bromley about that In- -, J.1"' surance policy today. It Is better 0,1,rnl, to be safe than sorry. They oive!"f 1!!fWl nt le, ,,Wl,i uik.ii the papers, you the kind thai protect. nnd the erodes Iie raad were aver- . - i""1-- ' by two "' ""; ? SIOO. . $100 Rcwara, M'rcMon, vo.ee "'' .li hwm j Jn,1"t"1 " TV rrtfff. rl thb parr i. urn ttim wt wt oiurrui iiiwisf nit ran etc. Jiidzo tlinrlcs A. Hardin, and Ui Nth ti to cure In n lt run ami lint a llif on, iKwine ut Iralrrrmj:. at.rrn Hon. lllllll'l J, I'rice, of D.lUMile, l.uirti limn CaiiTin mwiital it rurr m, fcnon ti tii iwhis a m.iiiiiiiunai awiiw. wniuu Veil . tile two J'Ulsei Wllo Iieniil tile . la takrr. in- - ' , tmnii llall'i Catarrh , r ' fA " P1"" HA New Shadow laces and Macramc laces to trim. ''JV JT r T" Plain and two tone Whipcord Woolens, in Tan, Xavy and Black at CI tn C 1Z Fringe and Ball Trim- - P'VU IU pl C J (f iim' to trim. - .M I't- i;1 Terry cloth white at 39c. Heavy Cluney to trim. m ' tb biowl and murou- the MirfirM ot th- - l.tfm. Oirnhr dutrojrln anil kItii toiiwlallon ot trw thr pttimt trMwth liy bulklm up th fon.titution ami artii- ! e ma haiuro In in nrk Thf rrnprirtnn mi moth tilth In m curniive pnwfl Hut they nnir ny eaw tbil It (ails to on llundrr.1. IKrtlim or iiimmiuis Prod trr wt fur Addrot f.j.rilhM:v lO.ToWo. O. oM by ill IniMI.I. T't. "tic 1UU I im 111:9 tor comtlpatK . trmalir artw tmtmnit iiii lurr ... I ilwc. fr dn nnd paseu upon tiie siienk- UlCIV UCClSlon1' CI" 1 I'lilliy IllSllt. ........ geiiciailj apprOCl, UUt tllC' oration, t Dcgii.ning the firat of April we will ndopt a &tric.tly cash system and will extend credit to no one. We SHORT LOCAL NEWS found this to be absolutely neces-s-arin the successful conduct of Wool sacks at State Bank & Tnut Co., tng wool nicely. J. I). Fads & our busijies. Dy selling strictly for Cash we will be enabled to offir bet27-Son. ter bargain, and give our customers a better service on everything. We Prayer service at the Baptit church Wednesday evening 7:1.1 P. haw only the freshest fruits, fancy , etc., and set the best meal M., Subject "The" Lord's Workers." groceric-in town for 23 cents. Come see us. See the best oil stove on the mnr-k- C. L. Cover. y, S. et mm YOU MUST HAVE A SI Rairi Coat frit rl-iJ- e We have a grand line of Rain Coats, and WHAT is MORE DESIRA BLE than one of these Slip-on- s VnnorAn-la to PROTECT you and your clothes? WPafTlfn. 1 etaeaetese I Water-tigSlip-onht Rubber for Ladies : s : Rubberized 40. CQ 00 fA W $0. (IJC 00 : : Fancy Coats in Rajah and Silk at : j $7.50 and $10.00 Black and Navy Serge Coats at $10 and $12.50 Children's Water-tigh- j j t Slip-on- s at - $2.50 Childred's Navy Blue Rain tapes at l.y : 39c 98c j : School Umbrellas at - : Extra Yalue Umbrellas, Ladies' & Gent's, It may be raining in the morning. SEVERANCE & SON Stanford, Kentucky Forties wanting rooms nnd offices See call nt Stnte Dank & Trust-Co- . The ladies of the Baptist church 11-tf will have on exchange nt the Pot-!.fjii- e their nice rooms. Fndny. k service nt the Pieshy-iteria- n Munch, Wednesday evening The County Doard of Education, f Lincoln county. Ky., will recoive April oth at 7:30. Subject "The 1'id-- i on tho repairing of the college Touching? About Sacrifice. Prebuilding in Stanford, Ky.. on April paratory service on Friday evening PROMINENT PHYSICIANS FAIL l f.th nt 7:30. Subject "The the Sth nt 2 P. M. Specifications Ai-iIN KIDNEY TROUBLE- -A WOThe will be found in Supt. Singleton's Sot en Words from the nieniber-bi- p MAN'S GOOD ADVICE. of the church is ear20-office. Wm. Lnndgrnf, See'y. nestly lequested to attend these scr- C1. Huff Dudderar Fays that since ice- -. I legard Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-RoCarroll has gone, he hns decided to as the beat medicine for kidl tho celebrated W. II. Trnylor FINE BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK ney and bladder trouble I have ever EGGS marn and will put her up to the hightaken and I will always recommend .?2.00 for 1"; 2.00 poultry book est bidder next court day. it to all that are afflicted with bladfree with your first order. Send der or kidney trouble. For eleven catalogue. The Barred Rock Klcnzonn. For oieamng goves for months I wns afflicted with kidney bilLs. woolen goods without injury Farm, MeKinney. Ky. nnd bladder trouble in violent form. to color or fabric. Miss Ella May The symptoms in my case wcro fearThe l'pworth Leauue, of the Meth S I'.uiiici'. ful. During all this time J was being odi- -t church, will hold an open sestreated by tho best and foremost sion on Faster Sunday cveninir, Apr. WHITE CHINESE GEESE of the country, all of them 7th at 7:30. AH are cordially in- doctors T'cgs for $1. failing to afford mo the slightest reI J. Thos. Hncklcy, Jr., II. D. Xo. vited. Clinton Ooleiuan See'y. lief nnd I continued to grow worse J. Slnntord. Ky. nil tho time nnd whilo I had utmost B QUEEN & CRESCENT confidence in their treatment, it n rire II. Woodson, a native of Iivdiieed 1'itU's to Ciueinuiili mid seemed that tho timo had come in my Iris homo in a Missioary Exposition of interest I. ii'ln county, died nt case when I must try other remeAtiflota, 'On.. Inst week, nfter a to nil. Tickets on Sale March 11 to dies, consequently, I resorted to the short illness of pneumonia. He w l'J, inclusive; IS to 20, inclusive, 25 use of Swamp-Roand beforo I had 4 I vear- - of ai;e. Many friend here to 27, inclusive and April 1 to 3, intaken three smnll bottles, every will regie t to learn of his death. clusive, good, returning, within four pain nnd symptom had, completely Apdays including date of sale. disappeared. For any form of kid Mr. and Mr. George D. Pruitt. ply to nearest ticket agent, Queen & ney trouble, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rohave just returned Crescent route, for full information. of Moivland, is tho medicine to use. I have nnd Cincinnati trom Louisville never known it to fail in a single hnvo been laying in a The C. W. D. M. Auxiliary corwhen; they , case. hi; 'stock of new gofds. Mrs. dially invite the members of all Very truly yours, will have her annunl millinwomen's inissionniy societies to their Pnnli L. M.JIUXTER, ery opening on April 5th, and in- week of prayer services. Their servR. F. D. No. 1. Morton, Miss. vites ill her friends to come nnd ice-, begin promptly at 2:30 each State of Mississippi, Scott comity ss see her display of tho latest styles. afternoon, April 2nd being the first Personally appeared before mo day and closing Friday tho Sth of 'the undersigned member of Bonid of will bo glad to 11. Lennon, of Knoxville, Tcnn. April. The members Kd Suporvisois in and for said county hnvo those interested in Missions to was bete lat week selling the and State, the within named L. M. tho bot device on tho be pieecnt at any or nil of these Hunter, who otter being sworn stntes r.mikft foi' piewiiliug the raising ot meetings. that the foregoing testimonial is cheeks hv crooks. Mo tiisposeti oi written demo- -' composed of his own words, business men To tho voters and fellow a number whllo hero to with his own hnnd nnd tho snme is who transact mot of their busi erats of Lincoln County.. Having 5 absolutely true and' genuine. His been urged by somo of my friends ness tlnoiiuh ehecks. J. G. mSHL'H, M. B. S. nnd nfter considerable meditation is endorsed by the Burns -- I Aeencv. which handles all have decided to announce as a canLetter to tho work of tho American Bankers didate for Assessor of Lincoln Dr. Kilmer & Co., county. Association. I hnvo always been a Blnghampton, N. Y. worker nnd belicer in democracy, le .... mm n liHln linrd rubber and have devoted considerable time What Swamp Root Will Do Hvomei. inbnler. 0. L. Penny will Bell in behalf of iny fellow democrats in Prove ... r.n For You ..!.. uv 1, nuy vou a liottio ..oi iiyomti their races. I hereby submit myself . 1. .1 Send to Dr. Kilmer Ss Co., ana um r.iuu, to the peoplo of Lincoln county as cents, jirenine it X. Y., for a sample bottle o If a candidfito for that office. asthma etc. It is guaranteed It will convince anyone. You will tho honor I seek I assure outfit $1. awarded nlso leceivo n book of vnluablo inyou I will do my duty to th0 host of formation, telling all about kidnoys iny ability nnd treat ono and all tho and bladder. When writing, bo suro FIRE Thanking you in advanco same. SURETY BONDS for your suppoit and hoping you and mention tho Stanford Interior Regular fifty-ceJournal. and can sco your wny olear to assist mo I aha rIs1lA l i 4 f a fAM cnl it nil fcM.NEWLAND in my race, I beg to remain yours STANFORD, KY. dru s,orcs I PRESTON L. BECK. truly, ' Mid-wee- at George II. Farris' 22-t- f. admitted that it was a hard piopo- sition to decide between several of' the boys. The work of Harris Coleman, especially, was considered very fine, and a great many of the nudiencc thought that be deserved one of tho prizes. Every speaker of the evening, however, himself with acquitted however, nnd the contest was pronounced n mo?t inteiesting nnd pleasing one by all who were present. The .ubj&t of Mr. Waters wbo won the fir-- t prize "was "Civic Pride' and that of Mr. Dright, who took second was "The Great Awakening." Delightful musical selections wciV rendered nt iutervnl. by M'e Anna Davis McTJobert, Mnrj Mooro Raney, and Efiie D.lughmau, and a ehorus of High School girls, and Mi-- s Deithi. Jackson, 'toacher o elocution, gnve two delightful recitations, which pleased everyone. Ratine cloth white insertion to trim. G9c. White macramc Tan, Blue, Pink and White Linens to 40c. Heavy Cluney to trim. at 25c White wash Toile. White Batiste, Cluney, Plauen, Macramc Lace, Wash Fringe to trim. Heavy Corduroy Pique 2oc to 50c. Heavy Laces, Insertion and Ball Fringe to trim. SEVERANCE & SON STANFORD, KY. ' "TT Ci." See That FORD AUTOMOBILE in our window. nrr 3. ot M-i- 15 Also ' Our NEW LINE of Oxfords for Men, Women y ot and Children. ot "Nubucks" Tans, Patents, Gun Met-als, Velvets, and Kids. f i' The latest styles of- the Shoe creation now on display. - ma-eh- Make your selection from a full stock of kinds and sizes. - ..... ir Bing-hnmto- u, Com-plet- Cummins & WRen , x INSURANCE Stanford, Kentucky v ' 1. nt 1 fc nmmik ir?m -- - ft' , rt A ff AW " - ! fc'W ' J,,-- ' , riY .. THE STANFORD - INTERIOR JOUR NAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. N I VS!! THE FARMERS BIG CROWD WELCOMES r- FARMERS' SPECIAL TRAIN . ihnrge of n country district, Mrs. 0. G. Pcrrv. PARKSVILLE Sinn-lor- d, r ,' tT.' i" - If you must have a NEW Dress Right NOW Visit our Annex, which is fairly bristling with the LATEST New York Creations. J Top hogs were $7.03 nt Cincinnati Monday. For Sale. Bemi tobacco setter; 27-t- f. good ns new. I'. L. Beck. Northern seed onts for eale nt the Hustonville Milling Company 23-Hujtonvillc, Ky. will tell nt public auction MonI day April 8th, county court day, my stallion, by splendid Don Varriek, dam n Jny Hirtl marc. 27-Mrs. Julia Sims, Stnnford. jack I will stand n at my farm on the Preachcrsville and Stnnford pike. He gets good colts and is n sure breeder and will stand ut fS.OO. H. C. Anderson Let the Interior Journal print your horse and jack cards. Neat work done promptly nt rock bottom prices I wilt stand my grand horse Preston for the season of 1012 at my barn at Crab Orchard. Ho is in bet ter shape this year than for some time and in for a splendid season. Will also stand my crack young stallion Preston, Jr., kuown as the Jim Smith colt. He is by Preston and a grandson of tho great show mare, Kate Malloy. Cards will be out shortly giving full details. J. C. Bailey, Crab Orchard, Ky. Nice blue grass farm, of 103 acres within two miles of Stanford for sale. Apply to Adolph Von Qrucnl-ga- n. mill. 4. three-year-old 2. ld 22-G- p. three-year-old Overflow Meetings Held Here To Listen To Expert Lecturers on Agrlcultur.il Topics. Fully n thousand people gntlieretl nt the depot Snturdny afternoon, tn fee the r'liTnicrs' Trnin pent out by the Stnte Hoard Department of Agriculture, to educate the fnniu'w of the stnte in farming nlong more scientific lines'. The tinin, ruiiit. iiiv' of nine conche, loaded down with farm exhibits lemiiined here two hours, iliirinjr which time, In rye crunds gntbeied about the vnrioiin lecturers, who talked on different branches of farm work to the crowds The trnin win in charge of New-maof Agriculture J. ami Director of the State Station M. A. Scot ell. Mr. Newman made n shoit ndiln- -t to the people, telling of the purposes of the train nod of the work of the He whs introduced to the Lincoln county people by Mr. S. T. er n. rT ! ? f a, I Mm. Hcrbeit Cllasseox nnd baby, of Stanford, ate tisiting Mr. nnd .Mrs. L. C. Hoe. MUs Ova .May, who is still confined to her room is apparently better som0 days. It is now stated that h n-- , she has sjmptoms of appendicitis. Mr. Thoinns I'liilerwood has lost 13 pit's; 1 bhoat and a fine brood sow 111 the last two weeks from what is supposed to be cholera. F.tery-oii- e sympathizes with him in his loss. Mr. John J. Corntt has had tho fouiis made and his men have begun the erection of the concrete foundation for the mill which he is to erect nt this place. Weather permitting, the work will progress rapidly .and will Htjsibly be 'advanced sufficiently, at least tho elevator, to stote the growiuc crop of tvhent. The terriWe gnp of misfortune has few terrors to the man who has saved. Your misfortune will come. bank account here today. will do It. Open a A dollar fflilBSrfp V ML 'inn LALja'i -- ussmmBi ,av, i)LnM-rt- i NICE PLACE FOR SALE! I Wash and House Drese $2.98. Linen and Pique Dresse at $1.00 $1.50 $1.98 $3.50 $5.00 ,.$7.50 and $10.00. White, Tan and Navy Serge Dresses, Piped with Contrasting color of Silk $6.50, $9.00, $12.50 and $15.00. Silk Foulard Dressee trimmed with Shadow laces 22-- tf and glass buttons at $7.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $16.50. Cream Serge Suits, Tan and Navy two tone Whipcord suits, beautifully tailored at $12.50 to $25. L . v ln 1. 'iv NO CAUSE TO DOUBT e Smith has a farm in I Bockcnstle county, which he is put- - i New white new Buck shoes at $3.50, $4. These ting out in fruit trees. He hns l!).- - 'A Statement of Facts Backed bv a shoes are selling at $1 more in the cities be(1MO Imtl.tll tlll.l tlli1.. Irnnj ........ .. .i...vi. .... Strong Guarantee cause of their great popularity. ''i; una munill ' in his nursery and this spring he is planting four bushels of peach We guarantee immediate and pos White or black silk, best hose 25c and 50c sccds'nnd is setting out 7.000 grafted apple trees. He is planting nlso itite relief to all sufferers from In every case where 200,000 forest trees, including the constipation. good one. our remedy fails IB do this we will hnrdy catnlpn, black walnut, black G. Murrell Middletown. of locust nnd fifteen other vnrities. He rvtitru the money paid us for it. sold the yearling bonr. Duke's is testin.' 183 varities of annles. That's a frank statement of facts, to bimeiui- o- peaches, pears, plnms and cranes, and we want you to substantiate L.om,uerer i.muo in, LeAiimion, lor 710.1. .11. i. as to hardiness and nilaptabilitv to them nt oin risk. rui Kexall Orderlies are eaten just like Shiopshire, fonneily of Centerville. conditions. Prof. Smith says much candy, nre particularly prompt and who has charge of the Swine De- of the land of Koekcnstlc county is ngrecable in action, may be taken partment nt Elmendorf, after seeing adapted to fruit growing. During nt any lime, day or night; do not this bonr and his get. bought him the week just ended Pi of. Smith has cause diarrhoea, nausea, griping without n word, nnd stated that it distributed nt the different places excessive looseness, or other undewas his intention to show tlii-- . hog visited six pecks of peach seeds and sirable eftccts. They hate a very nt all big State fair.--, this year. 2.300 grafted apple trees. 1,300 of At the mule snle of James Ellis, which he grafted in the presence of mild but positive action tixin the organs with which they come in connt Otvensbnro, fifty head were sold the audiences. flict, apparently acting ns n reguat prices from $400 to $j00 per Commissioner Newman. Director pair. They weie large animals, and Scotell nnd others visited nnd in- lative tonic upon the relaxed muscuramred from 13 2 to 1C 2 hands spected the limestone quarry of X. lar coat of the bowels, thus overcoming weakness, mid aiding to rehighT J. Sparks & Co.. half a mile i'lom store the bowels to more vigorous Kentucky Colonel, full brother to the Mt. Vernon station. Thi plant healthy Kentucky Choice, a thiee .tears old lias hoeii tiimini; out crushed stone and Ke.xnll OrdeHies aru iiusurpasi. TIMES GETTING SHORT, BETpurchased by Louisville parties for for railway ballast and road making able and ideal for the use of chilTER DROP AROUND AND SE$3,000, is now tiaiuiug at the farm only, bat the proprietors arc jncpnr-in- s s. dren, old folks nnd delicate WE LECT YOUR FOOTWEAR. of It. Walter Briggs near Shelby-vill- e. to put in a pulverizer and preWc cannot too highly leconi-nen- d the highe.--t price ever pare limestone dust for use on soils. This AND ARE SHOE SPECIALISTS, them to nil sufferers and form paid for n three year old saddle colt This is one of the things Joseph I'. IN WILL TAKE PLEASURE of constipation mid its nttendant Wing has been ndvoentiutr on this Joe Bos sold 11 nice driving SHOWING YOU OUR LINE. RE. evils. That's why wc hack our faith horse bv Nnboth to L. M. Suter last jtour. in them with our promise of money MEMBER, WE MAKE A SPECIALOnly half an hour was spent at week. He got 140 for him, nnd Joe hack if they do not gite entire satisTY OF CHILDREN'S AND MISSES says that the nag was dirt cheap Brodhend, that stop hating been ar- faction. Three sizes; 12 tablets 10 SHOES. at that; he really felt like he was ranged for after the original sche- cents, 3fi tablets 23 cents and SC giving him away. dule ".is announced. Remember, you tablets 30 "ents. An hour nnd a half was spent nt enn obtain Kcxnll Itemed!1-- , iu StnnLast week's issue of the Farmers' rali Orchard. Home Journal printed a nice pictuie ford only at "our store. Penny's Drug Otci flow meetings had to be held Store. The Ifetnll Store. of Jncquilinn, bred by Dick Scuddcr ' of this county. Under the cut it at Stanford, Miss Aubyn Chiiin said: This mare is an "exquisite'' speaking to a group of women from ANNOUNCES FOR ASSESSOR representative of the fnmous Hex a ttarehouse platform and .Mr. fm if tf J UV Announcement of his candidacy addresjng a gathering of Pcavine family of show horses. She has ior her dam Katheriue Iluguely men from n baggage truck. Nearly for the democratic nomination fur 4920 by Chester are 10. There is eveiy business house and office in Assessor of Lincoln county is mado in Stanford was closed for an hour in tbi issue of the I. J, by P. L. d perhaps no finer She vns shown suc- during the special's stay here. The Beck, one of the best known your. Kentucky. dr. cessfully ns u yeniling by It. S. Stanford citizens called the atten- democrats in this section, Scuddcr who then owned her nnd tion of the travelers to the town's Beck's friends say he is out to win, last year by Walter BriggR, of Shel new railway station and courthouse and beliete he has n splendid by ville, Ky. This year sh0 will be. which they claim to be the best chance t win this nomination. He exhibited by Mat Cohen, of Lexing- buildings of the kind to be found iu Issues a cnid to Hie voters, iu ton. Jacquiliun is now owned by H. any Kentucky town the sire of Stan- another column. ford. O. Hurley, of Louistille, Ky. Mis. Martin has organized homo MASONS' MEETING W. I). Motintjoy, of Lawrenceburg See us before you sell, iret price hns purchased of Joe Wright, Junc- economics clubs auxiliary to the farTHERE IS REAL PAINT In country or delivered. tion City, Ky., n spleudjd young mer's institutes with these presidents Lincoln Lodge No. CO, F. & A. M., Winchester, Mrs. II. M. Jones, with jack nt $,1000. and aUo some stuff mixed with Henick, Mrs. L. B. meets in stated communication on Goggin, Harry of Lancaster, Mrs. Abram materials that is not cheapening nights bought a pair of 3 year old work C'ockiell. .Mrs. Stanley Clay nnd Mrs each first and third Monday worthy of the name. If you have Nancy McCltirn in chnrge of country of each month, at 7 o'clock iu their mules of Danville, week for last had experience with the latter kind Hichmond, Mrs. fl. D. hall on Main street, Stanford, Ky., 120.'). P. Padgett of the same place districts. If you you don't want another. Smith; Mt. Vernon, Mis. Heuiy II. Members of sister lodges fraternally sold two mules to K. Farris PHONE 153. haven't take our advice and don't Watson, Crab Orchaid. Mrs. J. C. 'invited to he present. II. O. Car- Buy our real paints jriment. Bailey, with Miss Boxy Spongier in penter. Secretory. For Sale. l'aiiof matched mares anctf pave yourself disappointment five years old, tvoik single or douAnd. inoney as well. ble; also pair of aged mare mules, Ky. Stanford. J. A. ALLEN. nnd a good driving horse, fivo .tears old. Will sell cither privately We have had experience with many Ecxema.xrortaIii. by other kln or to highest bidder couit day. Sco troubles are cauBeU and niyiluiU of remedies for akin trouble but tmvo HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. UnteaH never Been audi remarkable curea as thu 'kin. them nt Nunnelley'b stock pens. S. Krm at work Inpromptly destroyed thoae from 11. I). V. I'reacrlptlon. nre Veterinarian. ttieite eerm multiply, relief from the very Arat appli27-tsnawlns their they Taplilly J. Myers, Stanford. way deep Into the enltive tUmm. cation. We are bo confident that D. D. O. cauaea that awful Itch, B. F. Itobinsoii, of Itichmond, closTills la whar aeemed a mere raih will reach your cae that tt will coat Former Director Animal Industry ed a deal sctcrnl dats ago whereby and vhat worse and ilevnlop Into a you nothing If the very Hrat full alia may row ExVeter- falla to make good every claim. Islands. I'hillipine he secured possession of one of the loathbomo and oftorturing akin dlaeaie bottle you have akin trouble of any If inUery. with lta year U. S, Army Deatroy the kind we certainly advlae you to drop inarian Don't take any chanceat best furiurt in Bole county. He purof n. J. g.rma at the beulnnlnv of the trouble In and Investigate the merits V. D. O. with that aoothlntr and cleannlni; wai.h, V. anyway. Wa know tnat Office LsfM's Stahk, Phone 432, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER chased from It. L. Gosc his farm lothe V. U. V. Prescription for Uczenia. will help you. cated a short distance from Danville STANFORD KENTUCKY. Ageat'AnierMjan Hog Cholera Serum. A io uoiue will yrurn una v j Office Phene 187. Hem PhMt 35. for u consideration of $102 per ncre. SHUGARS & TANNER. DRU G GISTS, STANFORD. KY. Danville, Ky. 300-aci- are however, strawberries, cherries, plums, pears and grnpes will be plentiful. President Clarence LeBus, of the Burley Tobacco Society, has sold to the American Tobacco Company, 300,000 pounds of Burley Tobacco. The tobacco is said to be stored in Cynthinun. in 300 hogsheads, and is Mr. LeBus' private holdings from on old crop. The price could not be 'learned but it wits, snjd to be a Smiool. nccouiiauied by Miss Hose c,t 0McCord. the principal; boys and (W.' A BRENT. R. D. I. Stanford, School Herald ns snying that most of the girls from the tt black- accompanied by Miss Idn May penche3 nre killed and that In cases of rheumatism relief berries nnd raspberries have been, Adams, principal, nnd pupils of the from pain makes sleep and rest posschools,. The horticultural car, cut short. The apple crop is safe city sible. This may be obtained by apnnd indications that in which Prof. G. D.. Smith, of the U. F. Hillejimeyer, the nurseryman, is quoted in the Lexington -f eleh-Morro- tv say of the meetings at the different and the lMy.J tvuler in the county ot: points 'in this section of the slate; the place; half of place in cultiva Among the visitors nt Mt. Vernon tion ntnl lest in irrnss; L'imil libink ... r t f ;.i. irom t. ir e e k.iis nrown .Memorial iJ ,, trill sell privately my farm of Ilnrri. 20 acres, on the Stanford and Crab Before condiis to Stanford the Orchard pike, six miles from Sim.-for- d train, mndt. a htop at Crab Orchard and three miles from Crab and other points farther up on the Orchard. Has a good frame house I.. Si S. The Courier Journal re- of four rooms porch etc., good toporter who was aboard had this to bacco bam and other outbuildings Acquire an easy mind ahout the future. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. v ,,, s10,, . tle ,,lacc. w fcnc. Undivided Profits $4,098.94 Deposits $75,481.90. J. 0. EADS, M. B. SALIN, Cashier. S. A. PHILLIPS, As'st. Cashier. w. l. Mccarty, Pres. J. S. RICE, V. Pres. G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. Eastern Kentucky Normal School, plying Chamberlain's Liniment. For discussed fnn't growing, ntftrneted sale by G. L. Penny, t many fanners from the country. Prof i CHICAGO, COLUMBUS, DETROIT, ILL., CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, NORTH. 0., MICH., 0., 0., 0., AND ALL POINTS SEVERANCE & SON Stanford, Kentucky ALA., TEX., NEW ORLEANS, LA., KNOXVILLE, TENN., ATLANTA, GA., BIRMINGHAM, GALVESTON, CHATTANOOGA, JACKSONVILLE, DALLAS, TEX., TENN., FLA., SHREVEP0RT, LA., AND ALL MINTS SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. all points North, East, South and West VIA THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE ro reached II. C KINd, Ptumttt anJ Tkkrt Aftnt, 101 C V. A. nCCKIXK. Omcnl Pawner Agent, QUEEN ft CRESCENT ROUTE rutu ano all othca mroBMATioN, call on m win .... Main St, LTAISOTON. KY. CINCINNATI, OHIO Only Eight Days Now to Easter. jcr-soii- IN WILTON VELVETS, AXMINIS-TER- S, i- W. E. PERKINS gi INGRAINS, ETC. LATEST PATTERNS ANO BEAUTIFUL'DE-SIGNCUT TO MEASURE OF ROOM WITHOUT WASTE. ALSO YOU IN ANY SIZE DRUGGET WANT SEAMLESS AND AND WITH OR WITHOUT BORDER. PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. S. SfeJl Crab Orchard, Ky. J Mar-tinda- le We Pay Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. three-year-ol- Highest Market Prices For ' Furs. All kinds ot Produce, Hides and H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mj(r. Educational Farm Train Will Be in Stanford SATUBDAT. MCE 30TH J. C. McClary Germs Spread in Skin nt ' p. from 3 to 5 o'clock p. m. The train will have seven cars, with thirty-fiv- e persons aboard. Will also have live stock and poultry exhibit. Be sure and come and bring your neighbor. Everything FREE. Remember date and place Stanford Depot. Saturday. March 30th, from 3 to 5 p. m.