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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): April 5, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912040501_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 5, 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. .I" 1 W VOL. XXXIX JAKE WALLIN NO. '23 DECLARED The Interior Journal. STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, APRIL G, 1912 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. After deliberating from ImlC past IOOK pillie, was put Oil I HO SU1UII. afternoon The court did mt allow him to tell throe o'clock Tliur-ilii- y thnt cither his brother, Dud, or his important commercial enterprise this until half pnst right Friday morn- of h t rouble hn had had with Jake Wnlliu prior to the killing, lie was week, when D. C. Sipplc, who has nephew, Ernest, wns there. ing, the jury trji"K J"ta Wullin for He met Sam Mugec in front of operated a mammoth ico cream facthe murder of Ligo Hoskins nt Crnb al homo vheu the whooting occurred , Riddle's place, just ns two men came tory nt London for tho past Oichurd last Ih'coiulicr, rcltirniMl u in his soft lt ink stnnd, which he had in charge of James Ilcrrin nnd will( iiiovu it to McKinney, out struggling. He nsked Sam what verdict into court, finding liim not ! .a Joe Riddle, lie said Walter Wnlliu guilty. the trouble wns, he said, tiud Smn where it will h0 run in tho future. TIio wrdiet met with tlic approval in his place several times that day replied that his brother Walter had C. M. Sipple, son of Mr .und D. C. generally, of nil who had heard the day drinking, Slid irol "tnlernbid full" been killed nnd his of Dud shot. Sipplc, mil bo the manager testimony it having been clearly ns the day advanced; Dud Wnlliu the fnetory, while Mr. Sipple himself! Tho defendant suid: frhown that Jake Wnlliu had flint only wns in his place several times that all. A-Miller, in older to pioVe 1 snw Hoskins henting my nephew will attend actively to the manufacwhen he saw Jiis little nephew being Jake thru thnt day. He talked to the testimony of the lute Lucien M. over the head with a revolver: I shot ture of the product. beaten over the head with u pistol Mi. Sippie's idea iu locating tho but none of them had Luslcy, who was a witness to the because 1 hnd bad information he by Hoskins. shooting. Mrs. Miller was the of- mentioned Hoskins' name. had killed my brother, Walter, hnd fnetory in McKinney is to be ablo The enses against Dnd Wullin and who took Mr. Hen Howard Went Into Riddle's Acini stenographer shot my brother Dud nnd seemed to to operate both up and down tho Jiis hoii Ernest, will now bu dismissplace nnd foiimMValtcr Wnlliu and LusloyM testiuuniy at the examining be doing everything ho could to kill Cincinnati Southern and the L. & N. ed by tho Commonwealth. my nephew, Ernest. Afterwards I railroads. His delivery wagons will nnd Wednes- Ceph Leece playing pool. Walter- ,r'L The Judgo nllowed Mrs. Miller Monda1, Tiio-iln- y h"" transcript of the testi- went where my brother wns nnd told run legulmly to Stanford for the day, this week, were consumed in seemed "to be intoxicated. Witness to otiy, oer the objection of the de- purpose of securing ice, nnd deliverthem to get u doctor. taking the testimony in the case. went out on pavement before trou- Mr. Lnsley's testimony said Hoskins wns u man who weighed ing ice cream, so thnt he wjll have Every point brought out was bitterly blc occurred. Walter was out, too, I ' was enr the l'eikins House about 17," pounds nnd nbout fi;ll or nircct connection with both roads, contMteil by "the nttorncys for the. but ueiit buck. No trouble outside. He then and Hoskins wont inside Nm1" "" hwinl the shots. Walter 0 feet iti height, strongly built. Er nnd thus bo in n splendid position to defense and prosecution. ThU ww two men come out of Riddle's nest ns n small boy for his nge, command a Iartre field. There is no th tinniest fought cases tried iignin, Walter going bnckrinto the ol Soon poolroom. Saw Dud Wnlliu com- - lmoc t niggling Weighs sohietlu'ng" fike 110 or 120 i "-- ' nea' lactory south of Le.xing-pound- s. in the Lincoln Circuit Court hi '"u snw Jnke Wnlliu come up. He 11' nm' ',c '" "e able (o take care und weak physically. I saw long while, and on account of the in- ing toward Hoskins. Dad asked bin if he was a deputy town marshal. ,,,,,l,c I behind Hoskins, but went him nfterwurd his head was bleeding f n vnsf stretch of territory from terest large crowds were present Hoskins said he was. Dud said to -"1""1"! I" his side nnd 'then shot Wnlliu. with blood running down on his cloth- - '"s lOP"tion nt McKinney. nearly every 'day. him. 'You needn't he liouiuliin: Wat- - three times. Jnke Wullin fired his Otlui Cut ion Went Commonwealth' Attorney George to Riddle's ing; he hnd three or four wounds on BLOWN UP BY ENGINE We won't have any of third s ho ns (he two men became to get Dnd Wnlliu out; didn't see his head. He had no weapon. He ' D. Florence, County Attoniev W. S. Atto'mevs John Sn.n his (1 -,- 1- enemies arrest him. Hos- - nnclinched. He said Hoskins then first shot; heaid Dud Wallin tell I l!l years old. I think Tlurch, mill ''.d J"hc Didn't leeognizc who the man was VY. C. Tucker Seriously Hurt But Jr., and SI. V. North appear- - kins !'' " I'm not his enemy. Wnl- - ?' Iwihley wns Wnllin fired twice. Hoskins I if couldn't urrest his-- bioth-e- r r.." n. . nked to deenbe . Kept Home Folks in Ignorance .....:.. ".i,ii'V Mr ter is inv fiiend". Dud said "we '"'r. I got out of there then: that was bentini; Ernest over the Walter; !; 'f' U"Vi HIH Vl 1UI L "it so," and Dud walked the wounds sustained by Hoskins, heard the shots mid snw Hoskins head, until I fired the first shot. 'Wnlliu vns renrcentcd by Attor consider W. C. Tucker, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. neys J. W. nnd K. S. Alcorn, Robert walked back into tliL. poolroom, Hos1- - , """" "e inn. come out with Ernest Wnlliu; snw Thcio seemed to have been seven or kins leuuiining where ho was. Saw The defense did not cross examine. Jake come and begin shooting; some eight shots fired in the building. I W. T. Tucker, arrived home last tllnrdiiig nnil J. Mort Rothwcll. The testimony wns concluded late Walter come out of jKiolroom door Mrs. Miller ns to Mr. Lnsley's testi. one hollered "whose thnt a fight-!- ?' did not shoot until nfter Snm Ma- - week, from Urbann, Ohio, where he Hoskins! seemed to he trying gee had told me of my brother being has been in a hospital for several Wednesday afternoon. Judg. Hur-ili- u and pull his pistol and went to soft mony, but nsked her concerning her ! .. ! nun allotted two nnd n half hours to drink counter, huif pistol in his hand transcript of the testimony of to get nwny from the boy; heard killed inside. Hrother Dud wns shot .r.,..j ...III. mi lojureii lleg, as a re- in the ilesh nnd n bullet hole was Milt of huving been in an explosion He rend pecking it against the counter, talk- - "Mluek Ren'' Howard, nnd nsked her nothing sulci by miy of the men fightsido for argument. fiieh ing; Ilo-kiwas knocking anil try- through hii clothing, n bullet hole on tho Erie railroad, on which ho hi instruction)! to the jury Thuw. iti'; to Joe Riddle and Ilcrrin. Dud to read It. Hopkins nnd Walter. wn- - between Dick Hiiclianau colored Told of ing to pull loose from Einest Wallin, was in the clothing of my nephew, has been firing for some time past. !nv morning, which covered the en- lMnl and Sam Mnser walked up to being jn Riddle's place before the it niinht hnve been Walter trying fully, to Ernest Wallin. Drove to my moth- The engine in which Mr. Tucker was to tell her of my working exploded, tearing up thinga Judge Alcorn spoke first for the Wnlliu: he was "going on'', nnd he shooting. He said he snw Walter get loose from Hoskins; didn't see er's, afterward brother's death. generally, nnd doing a great amount any shot fired by Hoskins nt -t defence, followrd by Mr. North for took his pistol and slung it nrouud Wnlliu, Dnd Wnlliu mid Lige Hn-ntold them to get nwny. They kins iM there. Wither Wnlliu cnmMii Carried a pistol as traveling of dnmnge. Mr. Tucker was blown nS they came out the door. the Commonwealth; then Mr. Roth-we- ll The first witness culled Tuesday snlcsiiiau nnd collector, often hnv-iij- K out, into a pond, nnd was seriously k. for the defene followed by Mr. stepH'd off nnd Magee didn't come out of the pool uiom whil,. Dud Dud came back and said liu nnd HosLiiw were talking. Mr. afternoon was Tom Hrouuugli, who a large sum of money in my injured, being compelled to remain lturrh for the prosecution. Mr. Jlnidiug closed for the defense and somelliing to Wnlter. Dud wheeled Wallin uis telling Hoskins not to old of liearinu' the shooting inside charge, 'traveling in n number of dif- - in n hospital for six weeks, while rethe house. Saw Hoskins come out Ifcrent states. Hud been perfectlv covering. Ho kent the horn folks Mr. Owsley, for the state. The dice mound nnd commenced talking to follow his brother if he wasn't He ordered Hoskins to iu ( arrest him. Huskiiw sni.l ! of house with Ernest Wnlliu hold of 'friendly with Hoskins before this;I in profound hrnorancc of the ncci was given to tli(. jury at H:30 o'clock .., i . .. .1.ji .1. UM,iU "l,t of l,u lH,,kc,:- - wasn't nimin- - to mini uc was recovered sutti- wnst him. Dad mm. hrnest seemed - to be trying to t I.!.. The Commonwealth's Testimony i,,,ko !'is Hnd remained in town until nfter cientlv to return home for further ' -- "" " "T """ """ ' "-" uuinii was leiiuig iioskuis lie Had trin liim.in.T Hoskins wnc 1i)m5ii.f nf Dr. W.J. Eilinistoii. who bus been VUX l,im lle uo,lla lia'1' '" toys for the chil- - 'recuperation. lt is almost a miracle I.V" been his friend., Wnlter him, trying to knock .him loose. Saw "lto-gt-tbpuiliractii-inimtlicinc for 17 Vears at mm "lul ' ,l,om "ut nml " s"ia ,,c l"-1mat ne was not instantly killed. '""i" ''""'c ' 'f the pool room I him hit nt him twice with his pistol. , ,he.f lo,ilnySantu uaus. Crab Diehard Wn near Unptist j ,nkr C'ioss e.Mimined -- Had been locat- .,.. ,,.,.1 o"l ho would not. Wnlter was still and had his nistol in i.is- i hand. ran ..i .i;.i... .. i -iniiltii milli niuiit rvi riii'i'iiiip "o1 ' ,,,m'' l,n'1 ,1W'1""'I l'''"1 toward Wnlliu told Hoskinshis to tak0 Dml I Jake iu Wallinhand. over with - ex- McROBBERTS nt Dathan, Ala., and had been1 EMBRY his to! his Testified at to attend lieiiiil shots: was , . . ( .I....1 .1.... mk'i 1... n- u- , II...1 in ink iiuii .!... nu Il.w nanus oui oi ins kicKcs. a. iig trinl, und since then has re- - 'home only a few weeks. The court iiiismu. Witness Hopkins; found him suffering from kins. I reached oor nnd uuibbcil then went out of the room, mid in ccived letters about his testimony. sustained objections to all questions Popular Couple We,d in Presence of r, four bullet wounds; lirM shot Walter WalliuV una. Hoskins then jiln.nl a minute heard shots in the Letter has; heen taken nwny fiom leferring to nny trouble the defena Few Loved Ones thought bullet went into liver; So- - house. filed. They were very do dant may have hud with Ridille. After the shot, two men him. smother shot was in right hip juf nnd he hit Walter, sum- .- mine out of the dooi : it was dark, Iu the presence of a few loved" The commonwealth sought to piove v,"lt'l himself before leaving home, shot iu pel her, JiboVe hip bone; nuolher whole in the bieast. Walter benn so couldn't swenr to who they weic. that the ilefendmit one- -, the words were said Wednes-oaright thigh; tinned him over nnd and nnother " " ""'Iter of habit, carried it to sink don ii. nml Hoskins nimo.i in men came out struggling, to' middle which united in the holy bond-- of of, his fumilv had met el'.v ''".v; wns not engnged. in making found a shot iu his back; treated shot him again, when this boy Er- - of road; little man was holding big joung Rionuugh at night nnd hail ""'" L'ohVctioiis uroiind Crnb Oich-tnke- ii wedlock the hearts and hands of htm with morphine etc. Hos'kins ''t Walter --.it OoverV stable, Mr. William S. Embry nnd Miss the letter uwuy from him. "r1, (old me he was goim: to die to do nest Wallin knocked his una down man by coat; bis; mnu trihg to get when the bullet from HoskiuV pis- - loose. heurd five shots in street, Uronaugh told the court" that he was ",c ,liul il 'l"'rt bottle of brandy ami Dollie McRoberts. The wedding wns 1 could for' him ipiickly. lie what tel hit nit in the leg. The only per- - couldn't see who man wns doing a very quiet one, on acoount of remade a dung dcclurntiou which I jumble to tell who the men were who l '"l'1 ""with him. son shooting were Walter' Wnlliu und shooting, it was dark. Was taking drink with Wiley Sin cent bcieavemeiits' in both families, took the letter from him. so the He said he was reduced to writing. I jLJffi Hoskins. Waller shot four times gleton when heard shots. d I went and the heartfelt wishes for a lifts Didn't see hii lourt ruled this testimony t. conscious but had no hopes ol and lloskin, five. Didn't know man hitting little man on the head: Ilromiugh said that when over to Riddle's because 1 knew my of happiness together were nil the and was then asked to tell whether Dud laid pistol or not. s)vw hi-- man 'wringiiu:" bis body Jake Wallin brother was iu there; 1 had just sent more sincere by such fiM shot, he cow-re3iow, the trouble huppeucd. Hoskins Lights went out while shooting wns as if tr.rim: to pull loose; cniild'nt his head with his There will be found few couples was us follows: overcoat, and in after him. Met Sam Magee ut the 4tnteiieut going on. "Hnskius went out of tho swear to who they weic. After shots didn't see the other shots. Hoskins door. Ernest Wnlliu and Hoskins more generally beloved iu this comHoskins Dying Statement door, with Ernest Wallin hanging on in .street. Mr. Hoskin, eame trot-t- o wus heud und shoulder " l)iiu,llellt s I got to the munity than this newly married "Dud Wallin came into Riddle's taller lhnnl'u'ri' 1 his aim. hcai.l some oico ting by, with n pistol iu his hand, Ernest Wnlliu nnd about twice tho door. Hoskins fired us thev reach pair, und the congratulations and F Jfnmi lnci nnd suid 'I want to see you.' out thcie that I thought was Er- - He went into Mr Snm Tatem's, size. Hoskins walked up the sheet ed the street. I -- topped and nsked good wishes of everyone will he J sniil 'all right.' lie asked me if ' nest Wnlliu suy "shoot him, (1 d broke his pistol and reloaded, after the shooting ami Ernest stood Sam Magee what w-u- the trouble. theirs, ,a they stint on life's journey n ili'imlv iniirslial. I loliNliitii I vris He said Mrs. Jennie was liJL vii . He tlien suid his lirolhcr Wal you." oi soiiietliioi to that I effect. three shots. Tatcm Heard - last there cr.wug. His head was blood.. ed and my brother Wnlterwns kill- together.D. M. Immediately Jitter that heard Rev. my brother Dud rnisl the wiml..u- m.,1 1'eiry White bright fined Walker performed the shot. him suid I was following ler some shots; wus iu the house mid hollered: snw forms on the street; I nsked him who cremony, the bride being dressed in did it, nnd he pointnrouud to urrest him. I said I did boy, son of Rob White snid ed toward Hoskins, who wn- - strug- a blue silk poplin nnd enrrving a didn't recogiu'e anyone: my hiis-O- n he was outside Riddle's W?" not want to arrest him, that he was don't know who did the shootim;. place when boquet of lillies of the valley. A, it wus baud pulled ,liie in out of tlie gling with my nephew. cioss eumiiiutioii iff the shooting occurred. one of my best friends. He suid He told of out that at the examining How, saying I would get shot, Prosecutor Owsley sought to make largo number of hundsome presents seeing Wnlter Wnlliu fire ut Hoskins urn i. . 'D ti. if von unnt In fi"lit. attested their popularity. t. J? vour chickens. If von ever kill one niul Howard had testified --that he Joe Mugce Police Judge, of Crau nnd the latter pull his run nnd re- the witness say which reason out I lie brute is the daughter of the him to shoot Hoskins, whethof us, you will have us nil to kill.' I that not know wlioe oiee it was Orchard, was culled but excused with ply, lie said the lights .went out and ti had called out to Juke Wallin out exumiiintioii, the couit sustain- - he could not er it was because hi- - brother had late Mr. und Mrs. John J. McRob told him 1 did not want to bother tell who was shooting. o shoot. It was liioiiglu nut that ing mi objection ot the defense thut he erts mid oue of Lincoln county's could only see the flashes from been killed, or his nephew was bein; jLLim. mid did not aim to. that we Hownrd, Hoskins mid Waller Wnlliu he was without uuthorilv to have. the iu the darkness. Hoskins attacked. The witness suid that alljhest beluved daughters. The groom were brother Odd rellows. When I .... l..l ..II 11. A I. V'" MVt,r' .'" son ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Sum J. " " ",u "l deputy mar then came out mid Ernest Wullin these reasons mil iictunted him, but ls nid that. Walter came between us. i "" "" " . n,,m" J" mmt M,m ,,ie "haX "l" Crah The que mobbed him on the back as he went that at that immediate minute, he Embry, Sr., who bus made u fine w aud shot me; then I shot Walter im.l . . shooting. (inn wus Ihieshed out bv the nttor- - ..... ... ... 1 i a man attempting to kill his ne- - c'onl as deputy sheriff and is known nm. Kiiess I killed him. Then I emptied Uulliu sny Jumes G. Merrill, who was helping nevs iu absence of the jury. It wns "shoot iienni r.ruest him uncle Jake, he's killed phew, ns he thouj;hl, und shot to mid liked by everyone, tny pistol mid I reckon I hit Dud. I After the ceremony they drove to (ran out of the door to get out of the Riddle in the soft drink stand didn't shown that the statutes make no Walter." Hoskins started to run ns protect him and save his life. Hos- know- - much nbout the tlie Home of the groom's parents, fiy, when Ernest Wnlliu caught me nffnir; he hnd his back sfurt of the provision for the appointment of he slipped out mid Ernest grabbed kins' body was sidewav- - to the wit where an informal eourse dinner wus turned when deputy marshal- - iu sixth clas cities him. Jake Wullin fin-,- four m's uuil he could not tell whether I and cried 'you old S pf h.' shots. served to the wedding pnrtv. Mr. Cros- - examined the hid told the his shots look effect or not . HosMrled to get nwny from him but he the first shot was fired, and then a ruthei peculiar uiui ion. Th Mield to me "like a leech. Then Jake dropped behind the counter. Ho contention of tho defense is Hint snme strnii:ht story he did on direct kins ut no time hud his hack to wit- nnd Mrs. Embry will make tbeir home in an attractive cottage on HNkiiiK was without uuthoiity U examination, mid was lni'kin. 3Vii.lin.rni. iii and began shooting At !""MN l1!, r An""1 J not lnidgcl ness, during the shooting. Didn't be hud I think hit mo every shot. iiltie. urn not see Dud tnke any net ns deputy 'marshal of Crab from any of fhe material points"of hear his nephew cull to witness to West Main street, which has been drinks. Orchard, nt the lime of Hie shoot. hi- - main testimony. shoot him, or suy anything. Was not the home of tho bride for some time. fhrcfl shots hit me iu the body. This Th0 common.Too Riddle told about tlu same mg affair, miller the influence of liquor; had wealth closed with 'this witness. hnppenei at Crab Orchard in Lincoln story, no new facts being brought A GOOD WOMAN GONE llriick Oruw Wns wmking in L. Judge .Har.lin then iiliourned only two drinks that day. Adopt the county. out by his testimony. store nt time of shoot- - court for nn hour out of lesiiect to fourth shot Hoskins turned toward (. Sundei-h- ' Cross examined Dr. Edmistou This concluded the testimony on ing. Stepped out to light a street th ... .. o Mrs. Drueilhi Hurst, wife of "Unlid; Statement wns made about oi i, air. rs. j .siiank,, me with his pistol. "I fired; he did Monday nfternonn. lump nnd saw men iu the street nnd whose 1 gave him morphine; funeral was held at tlnee not." Didn't stop to inquire wheth cle Hilly" Hurst, of Rowland, passet In hour after Tuesday's Testimony henul three shots. Went down tho o'clock, and attended by all of the er his brothers wcie iu fault. Iu nwny ut their home hist Friday Joe Magee put the questions'to Hos-fciafreply to u question whether he hnd ternoon, after a lengthy illness Mrs. Hoskius-wn- s put on tlie stand Etrecl' to Snm TatemV, met Ligc couit offieinls. for his statement nnd I took of his shirt wns torn nnd any feeling of peisounl danger from tuberculosis . She wus a good woIhem down n't the request of town to tell nbout liiioien'Laslcy hnnng Hoskins. Defendant on Stand. iiarshnljused his exact words ns testified nt the examining trial, but "'""'b'S ' ".vs "I'm shot, I'm kill- - Jake Wnlliu, the defendant, wns Hoskins tlie witness snid that iiias- - man u faithful member of tho Methmuch us Hoskins hnd killed 'one odist church and will bo hourly as I could. Hoskins made Bhe was ruled. out, not having been, ''"'" " mil1 ',ow,, m f,""r "ml 1,is Pitt on the stand, after court mourned by ' He told a straight ime hrother, shot nnother and wns trying u wide circle of friends. .Mrs. Hurst " llii4 l1"1"1- - N"' 'r,Wh 'xremark that was not taken prcseijt nt tliaVjime. wa3 in the room nm',u'('-wheSown, it was thut Dnd Wallin had his nephew, was enough to is survived by her husband mid story of the hnppenimr o kill Snm Magee, who five ' '" Collier Was iu Campbell & fatal day in Crab Orchard. ofHow make nny mnu fear some personal children, the youngest being potten his brother killed. the shooUng occurred, snid lie did but four store, nnd heurd some shoot-t- o he hnd com0 to town to buv Chris years of age mid needing a mother's Er- - that .Take Wallin hnd sent him there danger. i.ot say miythin,? ilbout beating walked to front of store; snw mas presents for his little 'children, Dud Wnlliu, n brother of tho de- love and care. She was about 4.--. ii"st Wnlliu over the bend with a try to get Wnlter fo go home. Ho iiistol. Couldn't snv for sure which said he and Wnlter were nt tho wo ""'" "ear "'i'hUe of pike; seem, ami delayed home until after nightfendant wns the first witness on years of age. Funeral services were nn the fatal wound, hut his opniion counter; Walter hnd his pistol out; l'a to ,)0 ' nM' oue wn m,ti"o' fall iu order to keep them from findthe stand for the defense when couit conducted at tho homo Sunday nfing out nbout th0 presents. Ho vis- reconvened Wednesday morning. He ternonn at half nast two oVIa.-l- i... Dud nml Hoskins were talking; Dud llu' olhn' over thejiead wiHi a it was the one in the back. Hos fns kins said he received, the wound in Hoskins If b wns nn nffinr. tol; another man come up and he- - ited various stores about town, mak-in- ? told of the day of the killing. lie Rev. J. J. Dickey, followed bv purchases, and talked for some ment iu the Ruffalo Cemetery. he hack as he went out the door of and said he believed he hnd been Knn llt,tis; I'10 lun who was hit. (Continued on Fourth Page) few-years- Riddle's plnce. Ho didn't sny who BY JURY gave h to him. Dr. L. F. Jones testified thnt Lu- Sensational Trial Comes to End With cicn M. Lnsley, nu ejo witness, was dead. Verdict Approved by Those who John tihldln who owned the soft Heard Evidence ill ink hlamUii which the shnotind- ; . . " NOT GUILTY following them around nil dny. Ho- M si'l he didn't sco nny i canon why he should take them; then Wal- lor told him to nke them, out, and tbe" the shooting began, he said that I" '" best judgment Iluskins had fir,,,l fi'"'! three shots were fired ... .. -- . . ii hj ( mm miner leu 10 mo uoor. he nid hei couldn't say thnt Walter ""' ,lc" ''hot; diilu t wee either l,r' he first shut hut fiom the diiccUon it came he judged it wns Hoskins. He snw none of the trott-le- ft ,jl out-id- c. Jake Wiilliu ennui up iifUTwnuN nnd inked what was the matter, The Cummoiittcnltli then itittoduc- ed County Judge J. I'. Dniley and J I r"l "'' wn--o- ne v tin? the other over lh0 head was a larger man. j0t, Kidweli Snw two men come out of JtiddluV. Lice Hoskim wo- hittiiiLr nt r.rn...t UVIIi., Vnii; l.n.i l,0ld of lapel of Hoskin's coat; saw unotlioi- - man shnnl limn., !...) ..M'i -- " tell who ho was Wiley Singleton Was with Jake Wallin befoie shooting, took n drink behind stairway with him; he left after h0 heard fivfl shots in Riddle's nnd went out on street. Cioss examined Couldn't sec Riddle's from where they took .the drink behind the stairway. James Hoskins Son of Ligc Hoskins Was in Crab Orchard, ut Leece x Kidwell's store and heard shooting; came up the street aiid saw his fnthcr with Ernest Wallin of him; his father wns trying to shnkc him off; they went out into the street nnO Joke Wallin came across unci hegnn shooting nt him; his father was going away from Ih nest Wallin and was going away from Jake, when Jake was Shooting; his father did no shooting on the street. Cross examined Didn't .see his father beating Einest Wallin over the head; looked like he was trying to slmke liim-t'- lf loose from Ernest timo with an old lady by tho nnmo ICE CREAM FACTORY TO .Mrs. Leece. Later In tho evening MOVE TO McKINNEY. ho met Wiley Singleton who invited I him to tnk0 n diinTc with him, nnd ho D. C. Sipplc to Change Location of Unl so. Nlulo they were together lie Big Plant From London to heard shooting nt Riddle's place, Lincoln County. niul immediately ran over becauso ho know that his brother, Walter, Lincoln county is to gain another was in there, though he didn't know lor 1u, r "5. 1 ns Er-iie- Wnl-bac- .""" ui-i- " J - A H ovo-Hc- -- y, t'loss-exuminc- rv ineom-p'-tcu- r ht pro-mil- "f"" "'' .' pi-t- I Ou-liat.1- 'e V re-sa- 1 . :. ns ' l'Jl '' for---n- rtl n pis-nsk- - in, S - ' - V M. t.ij.k THE STANFORD Worn an li not quite 10 ricli,(or scientists have proven that the normal man hat five mil lion the woman only (our anJ a hall million to a cuhio millimetre ol blood. A decrease In number ol red blood corpuscle and a person "lookt pale fact, is anaemic, the blood does not (Jet the ridht food and probably the stomach I disordered. Dr. II. V. I'icrco found Jcars ado that a filjceria extract of golden teal and Oregon grape roots, quecn'a root and hlondroot with Mack chernbark, would help the assimilation ol the food in the stomach, correct licr ill and In Nature's own way increase the red Mood corpuscles. Inn medicine ha called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, lly assimilating the (ood eaten the system is nourished and the blood takes on a rich red color. Ncnousncss Is only " the cry of the st.incd nerscs for lood." and when the nerves aro fed on rich red blood the perron looses those irritable feci ; 'it I ings, sleeps well at night and is refreshed in the morning. l r I was alUckeil with awvere nervous iHsrara, which was cued ty a dloonlrml tomoh nnI liver. ' writ Mn. J as. D. Lively, of All my friends thought would die a. J Tenn., lioute 2, Ilo S3. th. lwt nhvtlclAns mv m im I was advtscl to try Ur. nerre a Golden Medical Disrotrry, ami derived much Iwneflt from lima. My so chronic that nothing- - would effect ca had run so lonsr. It had a permanent cure, out or. I'tcrcn meiiicine has done, much forma and I hlklilr recommend It. I heartily a.lrle Its umj ai a spring tonic, and l)r. before allini iieoplo to further JD. Lively; Esfl. cjlseatea advlie run o lonir thatlake Is Pierces medicinescured. their no chanco to be there haa Dr. Tierce's Medical Adtlser, 31 stamps, to pay lor wrapping and mailing only. INTERIOR JOU BNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY One of the best points fn. favor of Foley Kidney Fills Is Ihe comfort f J "Why a Women time Notpossesion ot blooJ eettl. Arc in'llie RICH. Man it millionaire mnny o.er LANCASTER "in P r Aath-Im- 1 Why Pay Fivt Timts Mart for a Raaf than Ymi n4 ta? FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it. C Has no Equal for Farm, Factory and water ti&tht seams. Residence build- lags. C. Kant Leak Kleets insure absolutely k.UWr A WMIK'VV, JaU5iix: . HONKERS flBamM Jl7 vt. C. Your Dealer can furnish Samples and Proofs. C. If not, ask Us. school building is under uomtcmplutioiifo' this city. The 11111111111101111 Ciielc met on lint Snturdii. afternoon with Mr.-. V. 1'. " Frisbie on Witter ttrtTt. Knster service will An ho held hy the Junior C. K. Society on next Himdiiy ieiiig. The ItciuililivniH will hold n mass foiiM-iitiiii-i here on Ajiiil tlth to elect their delegates to Ihe distiiet and hate conventions. Content will he A Ueelainatoiy held hete on tho evcninp of ilay the loth, the competitors to he students in tho Qnnaid fcehooN. The het young lady will he nwnrded n necklace nnd the host young inrtn a gold watch. Mrs. Robert Iloleomb died it t her home in north Garrard niter a illness from tuhciculosis, nued 'J:i jears. She leaves a young husband, an IS mouths old infant, a s. brothers nnd motlici and She was formerly n Mis I'oor of Merchant, R. S. and it niece Itrown, of this city. sold 100 barrJ. I'lceco Robiu-o- n el- of corn to the Garrard Milling Company at l.o0 per baud; tin milling linn teered 100 bushels of till snpeiior grain to be bold in the local Uiiirket for heed com nt $1.50 A handsome new itrmlcil -inlet-i'-tiuhnnd-8011pro-tnictsis-ter- per pound. Mrs. William Hays, of Stanford, was the guest ot Mrs. Jnmos A. Ilenrlcy. ror scurnl days. Mr. 1M Wnlkcr and dnughter, Mis Mary nre in Louisville for n stny. Mr nnd Mrs. Jessn Arnold of Kuinkfort nre gue.ts of .Mrs. Kiln Hettcs nnd daughters. Mrs. X, A. H. Marks-burnccompnnied her dnughter Mrs, Howard Rice to her home in Richmond, link, nnd will make her 11 iit of several. weeks. ' Mr. Mary Kuglemnii nnd d.vughtcr, of Stanford y, AN ITEM OF HOME INTEREST clief they unc to elderly pco-- 1 pie. Mrs. R. 1). McOce HOI Knst 0th St., Oweusboro, l'y., ts in her 78 j ear nnd sftys: "I heard of Foley Kidney Fills and begun taking them, nnd they commenced to act nt once, y my Milne. t nnd bladder and tnmblcs nre nil gone." Shugars nnd Tanner. ' and 1 I Chntlcs Gorniley, 30" Maxwell St. lA'Xiuirtoii, H); niw lately been cured of kidney nnd bladder t JU. lite. No says: "I heard of K cv Kidney Fills nnd the good they , r doing, and nfter taking them a )fW dnys the pain left my hack, tV t r. ed fcclinjr pressed nwny, and I um glad to reeommend them." hli . nnd Tnnncr. been isitingMrs. Funis who is reported xcry ill. Mis. Miuy May hns relumed lo her houiu in F.nfield, 111., nfter n visit to Mr. and Mrs. Woods Wnlker. Mrs. ,1o!oi llnnghmnn and little son Hrnnrnv' ot Danville hate been recent gi'e'ts of Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Gibbs. The Transylvania Presbytery will meet in till- - city on April 0 nnd 10. Tho speakers will be the moderator. Rev. Russell Crawford, Revs. Mur- !itie llia tf " lPBsa7!!alBVSa9iB''TJBlaVBbMk t' jtaiBsMsaBBBar' "" '" J"'TT'y Kr" W Ier huhcl. ' '.r'mni'," -- TrW ROOFING DEPARTMENT Paper Company, I t The Diem & Wing CINCINNATI, I'. I.. Kclley exhibited ill Lexington his five fine vaiities of seed corn M'llius L'OO bushels nt ir'J and could hae sold much more, such is the excellence of thi- - Garrard maize. J. 11. I.envell sold seveial wagons of corn to I). I'. Rankin at M iht bar-'te- l. The btiekwurdne-- s PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE OHIO of the season Notice! Poultry Raisers CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker,. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Jvt":zrTr TJ 4-11- -44 tU Mb Katie Bryant. Banbtown, Ky.. for yeriaadtIuoktlthbrt4 : "I hare Uf?d Reap 411-4- 4 11 poultry tmedy turn gape and I irtkbenur k without f ail. WU1 Coonx. Bardatowo, Ky aays: "One drop of Recipe 4 1 1 44 dropped down iKe Ml of a bill ihe worm aod relieves the chick i mutnly. I It I the best preventive I have, ever utwd." Mfg. MdCawantetd by Robt Crume, Bsrdstown. Ky. Price 50c at all Drn&Uts. j. OLD BY SOLD BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Burns white, clear and steady to the last drop. For the sake of creryona In the family. Insist on having Solite Lamp Oil CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO.. IIIaa-Gra- Smokeless Sootless Odor less Costs no more than inferior tank wairon kinds. Saves eyes: saves money. Yourdealcr has It In barrels direct from our works LOUISVILLE. KY. r.eflcery at lVarrca, Pa. Motor Gasoline, Auto OIL wnmm I State Normal Expense TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS COURSES: Preparatory. State Certificate, Countv Certificate Review. Life Diploma. Special. Tuition Free to Appointees. J. ;''& G. ssaBi-av- Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogue Fiee. Address : : : CRABBE. President. :' : : Richmond, Kentucky MONUMENTS ss i OUR DUTY TO 0U R DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OV- I I ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE UNLESS YOU CARE TO HAVE IT SO. CONSIDERING OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED AND A LARGE QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. WE HAVE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. i " lias Tetnided thp poultry business 113 well ns till other branches of industry. Some thrifty fanners' wives have so far only about two or three dozen young chicks to their credit, thoiu.'b Mrs. J. M. Cies tlie champion poultry raUcr of this section, lcporU ns many as, 150 chickens and n daily mitheiing of 100 eggs. Some Ganavd farmers are wise enough to improve their barnyard breeds. Carlton Klkin having jut received a pen of fine chickens of the Huff Orpington slrain from an Indiana fancier and W. S. Kmbry hav ing lidded to hi-- , poultry a pen of Rose Comb Hioarn Jeghorn-- , nnd can soon supplv ei:ir to thoe who wi-- b tor hatching purpo-- e. V. A. l.enr has engaged about 1,- I I "00 lambs for June and July deliv- -y at from fi to f7. J. M. Cres- -, of the I'lcurhcr-wl- lf section has nl- leady engaged 2,000 lambs most from Lincoln county funnels at from 0 to (i 'J cents to be delivered J. 51. Cress in June and July. bought ."0 s!u.,.p from W. 0. Walker ut ifi and 1'J head from John II. Audeison at .s,"i. J. M. Cress bought hogs, in Rockcastle, weighing fiom j" 100 to "JOO pounds at fl and 5 tents; the samp trader puiclKised of A Iirown J"i I 0. porkers at 0 (euts mid .'15 hogs of the same weight, horn liioimi Rice at 5 cents. Cress and Jonci shipped two car-loaof hogs Saturday to Cucen and Ihubiy nt Cincinnati. That Gurraid is the banner county of Cciitial, Kentuckv i If undoubtedly roen bv the fact thai n sample basket of 5 pounds grown b H. I,. Kclley of this coun-- 1 ty was sold at Lexington for 15c per pound, n lecoid hi caking price for the nicotine producer. About all the 1011 crop of tobacco has been sold. Kiilton and Yules hne delivered ut Lexington on the 21st pounds leeeiving from 2 to .'10 cents, 4.500 pounds selling nt K!.75 to iS10; Jus Lackey sold 2,- fwii pounds at from 7 to 20 cents; r.iijau itiiy iccently sold a crop oil the Fayette floors, and J. 11. Houriie has (1,000 pounds (here to be wild this I tl-1- -2 '.'Uii-poii1- -2 !,-01- -2 11 doch, of Kuckhorn nnd Francis ,1. Clink, of Danville. Saturd.iy was an important day in Lancaster ns nil three millinery establishments had their spiiir.' with large nud fashionable displays of handsome headsenr. Mrs. Kliza Iloskins Farris suffer ed 11 pnraUtie strfike on last Wed nesday and because of her extreme age, her recooiy is dilubtful.' Mis. Films is Lancaster's oldet and most historic chancier having been known in Civil Wnr times ti the FlotrnOf Xightingnle, of Camp Dick Robinson. In of her sen ice as a, volunteer nure dii.ing the (HI'?, the Hon. W. 0. Uradley anil nine other t'. S. Senators presented Mrs. Farris with n purso of $1,000. This revered Lnneasterinii will reach her P2nd j ear if she survives till the 2.1rd of April. FARRIS STRICKEN Mrs. Fliza lliskius Farris, III, of Garrard hist week, suffered a stroke of paralysis, and Ikrcntise of her extreme nge little hope is entertained of recovery. Mrs. Funis was known as the "Florence Nightingale of Camp Dick Robinson" of Civil Wnr times. Senator W. O. Ilindlcy and nine other United States Senators lately presented Mrs. Farris with a purse of $1,000 in recognition of her service ns a volunteer nurse during the sixties. AGED MRS. STANFORD CARROLL PRESTON 4383 A liorsc that is ilistingiiisliini! 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 by Washington 04, by CromPreston. He is by Preston well 7:t, by Washington Denmark 01; 1st dam Uabv Pence 70iy, by Enoch Arden; -- nd dam by Aimont Forrest. Fee to insure. Carroll Preston is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Ky. Also in service '-', 0(t HIGH CLOUD 3334, by Highland Gay 1149, by Highland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy by Red Cloud 2197. Fee Lambert Cloud is a dark bay horse with white markings. Stands Ki hands high and is full made. Has not had much handling but shows lots of :, i, action and speed. Both will stand at Nunnelley's stable. W O. WALKER, Stanford, Kentucky. PROOF Stanford Should Convince Every Reader. 11 'Ihe frank statement of n neighboi telling tliL. merits of remedy. Iluls jou pause nud belie. c. The saino endorsement lly some stranger far away Commands no belief at all. Mere's 11 Stanford case. A Stan-foi- d citizen (entities. Read nud he eoiniucid. Williiim Mcrshori, Whitley, Aw., Staiitord, Ky., says: "I lme used Doan's Kidney Pills, otf and on for a long tunc nud can say that th ill,, f c for the hack and kidneys. I also wish to state that 1 h. known many other pcopk hen 10 Staiifoid (hat hate used Dunn's Kid. ney Pill- -, procure. at Shugars and Tauuci's ding stoic ami li.iw miliar been gicatly benefitted or been permanently fined ot kidney complaint." For sale b, all dealers. Puce 50 n Co., ISufftilo, tents'. New Yolk, sot. iigeuts to I the I luted Slates. Remember the iiiiiui Doan's nud take 110 other. 1 1 Foster-Millniv-- I I Y a Write Now to tht I I A Don Varrick Northern Pacific Ry Froaperity Statea of America MUmsoU, WUcsiU, Nod. Dalwl.. Mal.aa, Uak. Was.' Utloa aad Or(s. CUcsIt alut "Tks Sct.lc atiikway" r..iw. oi u, Non.wt.i. g.i Wm. Adams & Son, 42 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky MR. PAH MRU: Make your home as modem (or your family as a ice eidence, nud place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotation, of our telephone service 'at any time. This can bo accomplished by means which ypu ami your neighbors can get for a sum that irsroall compared with the beuefits received Call or address our nearest oflice or write direct to 4eaduuarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we of Kentucky, can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States 'iVnnessee Mississippi, LouMana and tlo Southern portion of Iudiaua and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. imnoU -"Far-luers'Lin- RURAL TELEPHONES. Will make the season of 1012 at my stable, one uiilL. fiom Staiifoid, at 16 to insure a living foal. week. Don Viuriek is it beautiful dies', S. Ihnbix sold tin ee- - car-ol- d nut. 10:2, by the gient Onwaid Silmule to V. T. Robinson of Royle, for ver 2:05',, he by Onward, by .Geo $245. T. L. Viintis bought 11 two- Wilkes. Oiituud Sil.er sold for year-el- d mule from Williara Palmer t'J.'i.UUO, ifnil was ns gnnie a raee for .tl40. hoisu as ever went down the Grand Denny Hios.,Nsold a pair of Citcuit. Doll Yarrick's dam by old mules to V. A. Lear foi400. Wilkes Itoy, the sire of n gn-a- t famW. S. Kmbry bought n ily of Futurity winners; 2d dam, h, Im'd from J. M. Pica id for Miuy by Hogg's Grey Eagle, tjie dam $200. of Th,.. Wag 2:154 nud Madelene It. E. Thompson bought two cows Patchen, the dam of nr ft I Tor Rate, ol Tare, Tull Iaformatioa and IVm Illustrated Literature about Ike mvm treat jpaaa aaan THT MM faBH bbVO aaaai JL HI - TXU i. si..da uiudi.miir, y (n llll t.ckaiaala. no I U.J.COSTELW,DlsllctrumwA.l, J.C.EATOX, TrttilintlmmlftttuAu,ti, 1st ts tlUctlv rr.s, April IStk al RaJ-lr- iIkOrl BatMiura first d TatsSays at (LWril. sH.i cimtsi rr.. dAkibi uonytrwi. ncti d.iir Mmi ySEt A-S- rr. "ajir IfiiV II faff lxt Hrjl MkW Um 54 I tTWMT It! fiit tluee-yeor-o- ld "","i""',''',"MMM'"" (N(i.)KiOKArn' PHHH L WM m MM aBJ aBr mm for raw furs and hides BBBl n0 on commission. Writs lor prkf mP&urwSE& r aV U, BtertiinUlhlssd. -- T AND HIDES hichmt market price paid SSXSKSt. ja4aB)KLBBPBrSBBBBHBHn JOHN WHITE J CO. from Taylor House for Finnic Ilronddi'fc bought a mare of Thomas L. Yanti's for ?l7.r. Taj lor House bought n work inulo fiom Audi Stevens. T. L. Yantis linuglit n mule from Mis. Carrie Davidson for Captain Am Hourne sold 3J50. cnuit day firr .T. R. Rublo 57 head of 'sheep to Sweeney Morgan tor ."M..15 per bend. A pair of coming 5 ycnr-ol- d mules were sold rourtdav for WOO. V. A. Lear sold n harness- ninre to Ed. Clnik for $200. Chniles Demi, of north Garrard bought 0 head of lOOO.pound eiitfle from R. P. Itniu-o- r, of Jessamine for about fi rents Rubiicr 2:J0. 2:20, Winchester 2:10 R. 2:30. und.Miss Don Varrick's dam was the dam of Dr. Connor, that paced a public half mile at Lexington nt 1(1 months in 1:08. and sold) for $1,000 to N. W. Iluh- ingcr. of New Haven, Conn,; also the dam of Mm-viIgo, that trotted n half mile 011 same track in 1:11 nt 10 mouths, nud sold for .f."00. Don Yarriok bleeds size, speed nud finish. His disposition is perfect, Season money due when mare it sold, traded or hied to nuother horse. WTtl pasture inn res nt $3 a month, nnd will take especial coie to pi event accidents, hut will npt be responsible fchould nnv occur. ED BALLARD, Stanford, Ky. HillyWilton e A Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation without srlplne and without ahock to the system. It contains tonla properties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that In time medicine, or nil kinds can be dl.pensed with and nature Is aicaln solely relied oil Amone the Jevlons who testify to thee farts nre J. K. llUnkenshlp, Sliuron, Tenn , and Ileulah U Itotiers, Ko.niosdale, Ky, and they aluuya hate a bottle of It In Hi houne, (or it U a reliable laxutlvo fur all the family from Infancy to old use. Anyone wlshlnir to make a trial of tM; remedy before buylnir It in tho reuular way of a drusiftst at tlfty cents or one dollar a larxs bottle (family atie) can liave a sample liotlle sent to the home free of charue by simply addre.slnif Ir. JV. H. Caldwell, 405 Vhlntfton Bt. pills, Honllcello, in. Your nan and addrM roatal card wlU do. e. hlU'2uf,'.,,,,0.M1.may dispute It wlui otliera, who apeak from ieraonul cnwrl-encassert that Ultra IV a iwrnmnent fur.l. ' .Z ehronlo constipation, homo 'hey were little uh llfty cents, jturs curcl for us that Iho uko. nnd . trouble npver enme hack on while others admit they took hevcrul lottlea btfore a tteady cure waa Lrouht uuout. The remedy referred to Is Dr. a 8yrup l'epsln. It has been the market for ocr a quarter of on a. century and has been popularised on Its ThI't,?,..by'...on8..,,er,"m nn another. atronirest are women and elderly iwople uiporteru tho ones most lierHlstentlv fonaffiDitMii ,n..uAU certain that the claims reKurdlnir It aa rrmanent cure for constipation hae '" It Cald-welf- no If not violent like cathartlo or waters, but .rtlr y,,, tovtfatotftbutmfm THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. INFORMATION WANTED In LESS THAN HALF MILLION Relief Rheumatism Was Appropriated at Last Session of The Legislature. (Frank rot t Lest than half it million dollats was actually nppropiinted by the legislature of 1012. this not including bills which will iueiense the expenses of th(. State government by tielt items ns Confederate pensions nnd increase in the per capita of the stnto Asylums for the insane nnd the school for d tho the deaf. The luntmut actually appropriated, directly, is $181,001, available nt once. It is imposiblo even to estimate how much th.c pensions for Confederates will cost the State, tho Governor estimating fo0,-00- 0 and others estimate it nt $.'100,-00News-.imirniil feeble-minde0. from LOST APPETITE AND HOPE Histoid m jj Concerning Marshall Family Lincoln By Mlssourian POULTRY COLUMN Helinhlo Hreedcrs of Pure o o a tt ' llrcd Poultry Card Lines $1 0 0 of Five Q 3 O Mi NSHT Try Sloan's I.lr.ic.cnt fr r your doi.'t n.b JiiH lay it en liphth . It rocs Mr.ilght to the sors rhci-nuti- spot, quickens the Hood, limbers up the nuuclcs tntl jmts and rtopi the pain. Here's Proof Mr. ll'LlA Tiiomai of Jacltion, Cat, writes! "I hao uvd your IJnl-mi- 1 fur rheumatism wlih much tuc Cist.'' Three hills which eient new offices will ccM the State nothing. The banking depnitment will b paid ot tlio statu for by assessment bank1, and no money will he taken out of the treasury for this purpose. The same is true of the Fish and which will be Omne Commission, supported by money paid ns licence by hunters. The new insurance de partment will also cost the Mate notlimc. as the insurance companies will have to pay the whole cost and will be a surplus to ktHi an ic.r.U of pain. Good for Neuralgia, Toothache, Lumbago and Chest Paint. Sold by all dealers. Prict23c, 30c. and SI.OO. he put into the treasury. Motn't Irak on llontt. Cattle, licet tod I'oullrj itst tree. Aii.lttu Appropriation Made - - Boston. Mult. DR. EARL S. SLOAN The following shows the appropriations mmle by the Legislature and approved by the Governor: STANFORD MAY GET bacco n day. His iden further is to Illind Sihool ?.')0,000 37,000 LOOSE LEAF MARKET have Mich a warehouse constructed School of Reform 0,000 that sales may he held in one divis Eddvvillc Prison 314 Burley Tobacco Society Preparing one day nnd another division the Mr- -. Cromwell ion ",500 Jefferson Dnvis To Open Big Warehouses Ana pronext so that tho clcnring-ou- t 15,000 Old Capitol Local Men Want One cess of tho tobacco sold will not de- New Capitol ,5000 lay the market as it docs at present School for Deaf "'50 Bur-le- y Why not go after ono o tlio With adequate facilities ho believes New Mansion 75,000 Tobncco Society's looso lenf Lexington will bo able to keep four Stnte Fair Co000 or five sets of buyers busy nud at Experiment Station 50,000 tales warehouses for Stanford? So far as known in its campaign the same time there will bo plenty llonrd of Agriculture 20,000 s louse Clerk for Trensurcr for to handle the burley tobacco crop of 1,S00 of Kentucky, the Barley Society is leaf warehouse. Stenographer for Attorney A nonnnl crop of Hurley tobacco making little preparations to secure 1,200 General the crop south of the Kentucky in Kentucky is said to be about Clerk hire of Secretary of jtounds n yenr. Lnst yenr river, and tobacco men in a position 10,000 State- , to know, say that Stanford will prove Lexington sold 0.1,000,000 pounds State University 50,00 ware- Eastern Normal an ideal locntion for such n ware- through its present loose-lc35,000 house being in the center of the houses. It is said that Lexington Western Normal 25,000 hurley belt below tho river, nfford-in- ? lost the sale of millions of pounds Colored Nonnnl 17,000 of tobacco which went to other points Confederate Home splendid shipping- facilities. 13,500 Dispatches from Lexington say because there wero not facilities at Tuberculosis Commission . . 15,000 Lexington for hauling. Ono ship- Kentucky Children's Home So. that with the success of the 120,000 poolings plan assured, the Hurley ment of several million pounds is cietv Society is now preparing to establish snid to hnvc eone to Mnvsvilln be- . 184,004. loose leaf markets in Klemingsburg, cause the Lexington market wns con Totnl FnlnuAtth, (rested. Mnysvillo this "year jwo-- j AuguMn, Maysvillc, Brookville, Carlisle, Nicho'nsvillc, poses to sell from 25,000,000 to DOINGS AND SAYINGS rounds of tobacco nnd it and other points in addition to the AT CRAB ORCHARD society's loose lenf market in nine has not yet n burley loose lenf wnre- (Hy Will G. McKinney) other towns tin Central Kentucky. house. Carlisle expects to hnvc four Cinb Orchard Springs nnd , None of thco places is suitable lo- loose leaf warehouses. healing waters, no doubt have cured cated to handle the south of the nnd healed ns many or mor0 inThe Stnte Supreme Court of valids as the Dibical pools of the river crop, so that Stnnford stands an excellent locntion to secure such Washington, reversed Judgo Ronnld, nncicnt times, of their UinilV dif- n warehouse those in a position to of Seattle, in the enso jnf G. A. C. ferent diseases. Crab Orchard has Rochester, administrator of tho es- been almost in totnl darkness, 'lo know sny. It is snid that n delegation of local tate of W. C. Dell, against the Seatlies., mnnv venrs. The men will go to Lexington in a fevr tle, Ronton nnd Southern Intel-urbaenergetic nnd enterprising propriedays, for the purpose of conferring railway, and nllowed n verdict of tors, Willis nnd Robinson nre buildwith l'resident LeUus concerning $17,500. awarded by jury, to stand ing an electric plant and they are Jiuk'n Itonnld had granted n motion going to furnish light tor the inmous such a warehouse. Dispatches from Lcvxington tell for n new trial. Judge Hell, of Hnr. kinnnior resort and also for the town of tho Society's plans for the big rodsburg wife and littlo Julia Lee Jt will bo ft creat blessing not only sales warehouses which the society Rochester, eleven years old, daugh- for the citizens, lint to tne many will open fit Lexington, in connec- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rochester of different strangers that come within tion with the big factory to he built. Seattle wcro three vietims of n col- her gates to be healed, President Lellus' idea of n mod- lision on April 31, J010. Judge Dell i Dr. Will M. Doores, who is now ern looso lenf fnrrhouo or market nnd the littlo Rochester girl were 83 years old. is a fine scholar, deep is one that will bo nble to sell from killed nnd Mrs. jjt.i j,ivo,i ony n thinker nnd a coustnnt render and short time nfterwnrd. Jie to five million pounds of to is called the bureau of information. cripple with ihtumatUm Tor two to be rarnrd from pUce to place. I tried remedies and could not get bet. trr. until I tried Sloan's Liniment. One bottle filed me up in good rhapa and now I alaj have a bottle In the house for my wife and children.' Martis J. Tunis, K.O lfith Ave., ' I was a ratttinn, N. J wrilcsi )rsis and I could not move at all t hai SLOAN S LINIMENT , Miere'-prubnb- but-ines- out-of-to- 200,-000,0- 00 nf ten-ye- I it-- Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. Whose wonderful Root & Herb medicines have been making such wonderful cures for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the renders ofThe Interior Journal, through the 'courtesy & splendid rates offered by its editor. The name of my great universal remedy, is com-cel-s- ar: composed of 10 Roots & Herbs. It is nn ideal spring & fall tonic, stomach, liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. is n body & nervo builder of great merit & should be used both spring '& fall for patting tha blood & genet nl system in fine condition to meet tho ncces-tar- y changes taking place at thoso seasons. is sold nt all drug stores, tho' some times, you find a druggist who for some reason will not hnndlo my remedies. In thnt case, I will, on receipt of the price of $1.00 send it postage paid any plnco on earth. is packIk HJIpHbvvVv "JB1 m ed & hacked by a lognl gunrantco that ccts back your dollar if fails to do what you buy it for. Call for nlso for Charlie White-Moon- 's Science Sope which is mnd0 of pure vegetable oils for Human skin Only, 10c n bar, 3 for 25c & money hack if you don't happen to like it. My years of experience ns a cowhov & amonsr tho Indians, give mo a poculinr fitness & knowlcdgo o tho value, of Roots & Herbs as medicines, & I would like to send every reader of this paper & nny friends of yours, n copy of tho greatest book of its kind ever published, entitlIt is filled with startling faots ohtninnblo no place else, & costs you nothing ed, "The Cowboy Herbalist". hut n post card, & if you want a fine calendar, say so & I will mail you ono for 1012, lithographed in fivo ; colors, a fine likeness of myself, entitled "Ready for the round-upAll letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Roots & Herbs ns medicines, Catholic or rrotestnnt, Read Your Bible Erekinl 47:12. Ecclesiastes 30: 14, 15, 10, 17 nlso Chapter 38; 4, 0, 0, Write 15. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psnlra 103:14. these verses down, then read them. The Jlible says "Physician Heal Thyself" & bo, if modern doctors with mercury & other poisons can't heal themselves, what chances havo You to be cuTcdf Yours for a long, clean, henlthv & successful life. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOW. Iroadway, Louisville, Ky. If you write for information, book or calendar, address Dept. 7. Com-Ce-S- ar Com-Cel'S- ar Com-Ce-S- ar Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Ce-S". N, fil?V J f" prcparinjr a supplement to that Marwork, writes that Markhant shall, u biother of John Marshall CtW Caused Cimpli the first Chief Justicn of tho Supreme Court, in this county nt an Mtrtfl, Prtwptly Rcsttrri tnrly dutc and desires to know if local records throw nny light on tho , by Pawn. fptestion of his posterity. Mrs. U o s n, The county court iccotds disclose noycr. 14 2 1 Sherman Ave, the fact that his will was probnt- Kvnnston. III., d here July 11, 1S0II, Jnmcs Alcorn write,; "If any George Helm being the wit- one hnii rennon nlld to pralno children nesse, and the following It Is sure are mentioned in the will: Mary ly myself. ''!&x ,,,, ii t Tjist sprlnK r:r.,,, Plinl.tli Art.nt- S. C. Crystal White Leghorns ' so I became run down from gomery nnd June, ( linrles, James, d Fjom hens with re the serious cf- - j,,,,, William, nnd I'.ailey Marshall, fects of n ling- - While all knew great cords of over 200 eggs a year. Tho thati many cring cold, that strain that lays is the Strain that been cili.fii-- , of Lincoln t VPK L't ri'Vnnl com- - mvn Eggs from Xo. 1 pen $2.50 edCainnpSu,iunKle'iily, knew before that a pays. few per l.) eggs, other pens $1.50 per I brother famous jurist of the 'll me down. 15 t".00 per 100. Get in the laying i w ",'1- cat,'nornCSlehe0pr If n,1' " " Order today. Lock Box class. eicitizens know nnvtlimg ot the SCO. A. C. Altord, Stanford, Ky , (1 e s li nboe named children of their desspirit. Agent for Tulnne incubators guar will confer a favor I n n ft lly cendants, they Coll at tried Pcmna .... "r Pn.ti.n tiv' wrWinc him in anteed not to overheat. -: hottfcc and see sample. and tt did"" wonders for lnlormnlion. In two me. S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. weeks I was ONE ON GEORGE WILLIS anotiler like The laying strain that fills the Mrs. Rosa Boyer. person, and In correspondent, The Washington egg basket in zero weather;, early n month I felt better than I ever had of the Louisville Times, last week maturing big boned fryers. Setting before. Willis, "I thank I'eruna for new life and printed this one on George strength. I Fend you two pictures, so of Slielbyville, the populnr Secre- e;Jgs house delivery $.100 per 15; you can seo what I'ornna has done for shipping eggs $1.50 per 15. Mrs. tary of Congressman Helm: me." A. C. Alford, Stnnford, Ky. y George L. Willis, 'who is secre-tnrnil arguThey uo to him to settle of the Committee on ExpendiINDIAN RUNNER DUCKS ments nnd disputes, nnd to be intures in the War Department, nnd a Eggs for sale $1 per setting of 12 on different difficult quesformed t to Chairman highly valued tions, t0 be is termed c useful man Hnrvey Helm, has his laundry "done or $3 for 45. All orders receive prompt attention. Wolford N. Lov-el- l, He is nlso a good among men. separate." For several years n R. F. D. No. 1. Box SO. Stanford joker., IIe tells tho following: He quick-witte- d Celestial, whose Ky. said once that he attended a Mctho- "joint" is npt far from ilist love feast " and experience the sennte office building, hns been BUFF ORPINGTONS meeting. After several had given receiving only Mr. Wjllis' collars. 0 I am getting 21 dozen eggs a week in their different experiences there Having to pass by the clunk's place from 80 hens. Setting of 15 for $1. wns silence Tm tins solemn occnsion the other day, while accompanied by for a few minutes To break the some friends, Willis stepped into the C. C. Withers, R. F. D. No. 2, Stan ford. Ky., Phone 103-d man monotony, tin ugly, laundry to get his collars. While the nrocc and snid "Brothers and sis Chinaman was getting the collars ters, you can see better than I can together, Willis in a mock-seriotell you what the good Lord has way "roasted" the whole establishdone for me. lie has mint me for ment to his friends in n voice suffippppppL. "pPPPPXPPJ life. I tut I am very thankful to be 'ppppHbmipHppHLiH ciently loud for the several iiipppppVpHsppppV n living, if I am a curiosity of natInundrymen to hear. ural history". While Willis was still "complainMis-- , PciVrins, the Elizabeth ing" the chief Chinaman nppeared daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M. I with a tiny roll containing the col . i. e PPpitlPPPPPKA.'HPF' 4 .!.- -: r. 1.: K. ' . , ,, ., , Handing the wee bundle to the . ...... liars. juua vim .iiv; uuiu ctttnmer, the Chinaman inquired: mother 'gnve diur live 'dollars in washee you' own shirts, She gold for n birthday present. ehi" thnnkrd her very kindly nnd told And since then friends have been her Mil that she wanted to plnee it calling up Willis over the phone. in the bank and get a bank book like her Pa had. Her mother ngreed for ACTUAL STARVATION Buff Orpingtons her to do so, so this bright child English Salmon Faverolles, eggs went all alone nnd deposited it in and Its $2 per 15; $5 per 50; Indian Runner About Indigestion the bank, bringing back her great Farts Relief That Should Interest You Ducks that lay the pearl white eggs ileskc, a bank book with her de $1 per 13; $3.50 per 50; $6 per 100. posit credited in it. No doubt but Although Indigestion nnd Dys My stock came from tho Blue Rib what little Elizabeth is one of the so pievnlent, most peo bon winners of this country. Make hank depositors in the pepsia nre yiAmse.--t ple do not thoroughly understand your start with the best blood. Al would be wise for othstate. It and cine. There is no ways glnd to show my birds to nny ers to go by this little child's ex llieir cause lenson why most people should not one interested. Mrs. Sam Embry, Jr. ample. eat anything they desire if they Stanford, Kentucky. will only chew it carefully and The Danville Messenger has this Many actually starve CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS, to snj of a popular Lincoln county thoroughly. g of eating every The big winter layers. From mnn- - Mr. Lafe Morgan and daush-le- r. fear g nnd $30.00 mating; eggs front MillcdgeviUV, Miss Mjvtle, of food, because it does not agree with 1st pen $3; from 2nd pen $1.50 per were in this city yesterday.. Miss them. 15. S. C. Rhode 1st d Reds TompMntgnn came down to do some The best thing to do is to fit your kins strain. Eggs $1.50 per 35- shopping. Mr. Morgan has sold any good food. Indian Runner Ducks that lay the his property to Mr. W. L. Moer and self to diceft We believe we can 'relieve white eggs, $1 per 13 eggs. I have1 has bought n very desirable home in We nre so confident of spared neither means nor time in the Snufley section of Lincoln county. He will tnke charge of his new this fact that we guaranteo nnd selecting this stock. They nro from, . medicine free prize winning nnd hoary laying-strainsstore tho first of Mny. Lafe Mor- promise to supply the Satisfaction guaranteed. gan is white ns snow nnd true ns of nil cost to every one who will use perfectly satisfied A. C. Hill, Stanford, Ky. R. F. D. steel, nnd the people with whom he it, who is not with the results which is produces, locates can trust him. His word is We exact no promises, nnd put no WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. his bond. one under nny obligation whatever. $1.00 for 15, also Indian Runner FINE BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK Surely, nothing could be fairer. Wo Duck eugs $1.00 for 12. Mrs. L. P. EGGS are located right here and our repu- Nunnelley, Lnncnster, Ky., R. R. No. $2.00 for 15 j $2.00 poultry book tation should be sufficient nssur-mic- e 2, Phone Stanford Eschango 108 A. free with your first order. Send of tho genuineness of our offor cntalogue. The Barred Rock fer. S. C. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS. Farm, McKinney, Ky. The best winter layers. Our hens Wo want cveryoue troubled with Mrs. Indigestion or Dyspepsia in nnd Inid 1.100 eggs in February. form to como to onr storo nnd buy R, L. Berry, Hustonville, Phone a bov of Kexnll Dyspepsia Tablets WHITE PEKIN DUCKS Tnke them homo nnd givo them n $1 Per Setting. lvnsonnblo trial, according to direction. Then, if not satisfied, como Morgan S. Baughman Jr., Phone 4f Stanford, Ky. to us nnd get your money back. They are very pleasnt to tnke; R. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. they aid to soothe tho irritable Eggs $1.00 for 15 OF stomach, to strengthen nnd invigor- - Mrs. w. P. Logan, R. d. No. 4, POULTRY nto tho digestivo organs, BOURBON nnd to Phono 10S-promote a healthy and nnturnl bowel CURE S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS action, thus lending to perfect nnd down the throat o( a cuplnff Can supply 240 egg incubator in 3 cblckeo, deitrov the wormi healthy digestion nnd assimilation. anil idvm f h rnlrk'l life. A 25 cent packago of Rczall days; 75 cents per 15 or $5 per 100. A fewdropiln the ilrlcklng water cures una Dyspepsia Tablets furnishes 15 days Mrs. J. M. Cress, R. D. 4, Stanford, PREVENTS DISEASE treatment. In ordiuary casc3, this Phono 380G Lnncnster exchange. For the treatment ot White Diarrhoea In chicks is sufficient to produco a cure. In INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS and Blackhead and other ditcaset In turkeys more chronio cases, a longer treat Fawn and white. Heavy layers, BOURION POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL ment, of course, is necessary, nnd whito eggs 75 cents for 15. Mrs. depends upon tho seventy of tho Robert Nunnelley, Stanford, Ky., R. One SOc t9tle makes 1 2 oallons of medicine. trouble. For such cases, wo havo D. No. 1. Phone Hustonville, S R. Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard, Ky. two larger sizes which sell for 50c, WHITE CHINESE GEESE and $1. Itcmember, you can obtain Eggs 0 for $1. in this community -- B. D. CARTE- R,Itoxnll Remedies New Livery. only nt our store The Iieiall Store. J. Thos. Hackley, Jr.. K. D. No. 2, Stnnford. Ky. Depot Street, G. L. Penny's. Wo receivo fresh fruit every day. is? Tnone 98 STANFORD, KENTUCKY For Sale. 500 bales timothy hay j Telephone us your order. Gover'a $4r4Hir4ttirft4r$4rtjr4r4t M. S. Burton, Mt. Salem, Ky. 24-- 2 restaurant. I'e-ru- na Mr W. M. Pnxton, of Plntto City, Missouri, who wrote n his'tory of tho Marshall family, nnd is now Q O w.n. W . sIibsM hj rpgZ" trap-neste- ' ua p9f '" nssi-,tnn'- wosh-ee-wash- ec hair-lippe- f It - ... ,, I PQHgHpjpVrfitiSiipppJPp't Layers-Payers-S.- good-lookin- Kel-lerstr- good-smelli- good-tastin- Dys-pepsi- n. 7-- L. Wm 0 0 0$ a" J r. . . .MlitiLESSnGWi!"Wffll THE STANFORD INTERIOfl-MU- W NAL STAMFORD. THE WALLIN KENTUCKY. "Spring Togs" how on display We have Now Ready Ae. The Interior Journal, KlUbllihtd 1172 CASE. (Continued from First I'ngc) rMJmm IV"ylJ For Easter Everything New in the Clothing Line Blue Serges, Tans, Greys, Fancy Stripes and Blacks. Made by the most skilled workmen ? Sewed with silk thread, throughout J& All Wool : Quality High Prices Low. : : : : : SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. RESOURCES OF Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky- Comptroller's Call of February 20, 1912 Loans U. S. Bonds and Due from U. S. Treas S342.254.7S 05.000.00 . Quick Assets: Lincoln County Bonds .. S447.254.7S 7S.608.S7 S5.30O.OO Cash and Due from Banks. Banking House S37.500.00' OtKer Assets: 4.OS.7S S Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars J'S 3A '63. 65 4 You'll MTant 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 lino of buggies ever seen in Stanford. It Trill 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. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. BRING YOUR FEET -- V Along and let us fit them with the Nobbiest of patterns in Lace, B, utton and Colonial Oxfords. They Feel Good, They Fit, They look good and please the purchaser L. L. SANDERS Deposit Bank of Stanford, Crab Orchard Kentucky. Organized in 1856 Reorganized, June 2, 1865, as National Bank of Stanford. Reorganized, Oct. 2, 1882, as First National Bank, Stanford. Absolutely Safe. At the service of the smallest depositor. said while in Crab Orchard ho got irord his brother,' Walter, was in Riddle's place drinking and went to oterad at the iDitoftice at Htaa get him to go home. Saw Iloskins rd aa aecond claaa mall. in the plaee seemed to bo looking for somebody. I went to him and asked POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. him if he ws an officer; ho said he 'was, ninl I then told hira Wither Tho announcement in this column are of candidates for ofllee, subject wns drinking mid I wanted to get to the action of the deraocratio pri- him out to lake him home. Ho Bnid mary: he wasn't botherinir Walter. I then saw Walter standing by the counter For Commonwealth's Attorney with his pistol in his hand, I told EMMETT PU11YEAR, OF BOYLE. him to put it up and let's go home. For County Judqe. Sam Mugec was talking to Walter so I stepped back and saw Iloskins had T. A. RICE, M. P." NORTH, followed me oer with his hand in his pocket. I said to him, 'Lice taku For Jailer. your hand oat of your pockt, PEYTON I'ARRISIlf going to hurt you, and he im- GEORGE DEBORDE liieilinMy jvrked his hand out of his PINK FARMER pocket and fired at me. No shots WILLIAM II. HESTER lint! been fired in there before, that. W. A. CARSON He shot-- mi; in the left side. (Mr. For Assessor Wnllin showed the coat with the bul-l- -t P. L. BECK. holes in it, to tho jury; nlso the S. M. OWENS, wound in his body.) He then told also of Iloskins firing tho other For Magistrate shots, nnd reheating out the door. J. T. ROBERTS Didn't see Waher fire; he was beWILLIAM riELDS hind lue. J. D. EADS, Ernest Wnllin, the young son of Dud Wnllin, who was in the Riddle PIONEER OF OTTENHEIM' place, and grabbed Uoskins after he had shot at his father, told how Adam Petrey Dies Last WeeK A he knocked down Hoskin's pistol Leading Republican and grabbed him. He saiiF HokiD- lireil one snot at In in as they gut I g A resident of the Otten-heiout on the pavement, and hit hun community, and one of it most over the head fivo or six times with repeeted and liked members, passed his pitol. The coat he wore at tV away lat week, when Adam Petrey time, with n bullet hole through it died at the ape of 74 enr. Mr. and spotted with blood was shown Petrey wa a pinner nf that section the jury. Ernest corroborated in of the county, having settled there every particular the story of tho before the first German families shooting, as told by his father. He He was a famous ax gave prompt answers to all quesmoved in. handle and basket maker and his tions. goods were sold all over this secSam Perkins a boy 11 years old, tion. About two j ear aso, he lost a son of W. . Perkins, said that his wife. He i. surviu-by two he did not see Peiry White until the sons, Mack and Simon TMrny. latter came to the Chri-tmtte Mr. Petrey was a valliant Unio" at the church after the shooting was soldier, and a leading republican of all oer. He was a faithful his section. Isom McClure, the other boy with member of the Christian church. He whom Peiry White claimed to have was laid n rest, nftr service by come to tpw:i, also testified that the Rev. John Lone, of that church. only time he had seen Perry White tiiat night wns alo at the church. HUSTONVILLE Sam Magee, Sam Tatera, Jim Mr. and Mr. J. O. Carpenter arc Joiie- - and Ivon FMi testified that the boy Perry White's character in Cincinnati this week. was bad. Pohce Judo Joo Magee, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Williams have of Crab Orchard testified that the returned from a delightful visit at boy hud been charged with stealing, Lexington. nlso with shooting and drawing gun Mr. J. G. Wcatherford is being on Keuuer Fnrns and associating stroncly urged by his host of friends with negroes in n disreputable house lo run for sheriff. Mr. Weather- - in tho Beep Well Woods. ford is one of the bet known demoEdgar Edwards, who was in Ridcrats in this part of the county. dle's place, testified that Iloskins Mr. Fred Jeffers and beautiful lit- told ,Dud Wallin, when the lntter tle daughter, Mary Ophelia, were asked him to take his hands out of giieSts of the Misses Ellii of More-lan- d his pockets, that if he did so there last week. would "be something doing, lo said Mrs. J. G. We(itherford and Miss he did not know who filed tho first Lucy Alcorn are in Cincinnati this shot. Harve Edwards A brother of tho week. Mr. Grant North took little Miss previous witness, said that Lige IlosFlorence Noith to Cincinnati Satur- kins fired first at Bud Wallin, when day where s,he will have her tonsils Walter Wallin said that ho had never been arrested and never vyuld removed. Mig .Elizabeth Vermillion of Dnn-vill- be. He told of Iloskins backing out is suet of Mr, and Mrs. Ro- the d6or shooting as Ernest Wullin grabbed him. He said that Walter land Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bony, Mrs. Wallin had his face toward "Black Minnie. B. Robinson and Miss Jessie Ben'' Howard, when Iloskins first shot. Powell, spent last week in CincinJudge Alcorn read to the jury the nati. Miss Minnie Ilouchins, of Elixir testimony of Charles King, and that Spring'-- , was here for a few hours of Henry Lunsford, absent witnesses as given at the examining trial, Tuesday. Miss Bettie Lojran ha- returned thej being out of the stuto now. from Louisville where sho studied Both testified that Hoskms fired the the Easter styles and will be pleased first shot. Hezekirth Howard Said jnat to see'her former customer. Mr. and Mrs. John Rout visited "Black Ben" Howard, an eyo witMr. and Mrs. Eugene Pope of Dan-ill- e ness of tho shooting in Riddle's had told him the day after tho killing hst week. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Tate and in the presence of Berry Howard, Hoskms nx, fired,! first MisS Margaret McCormack, motored tha to Stanford Monday for an hour's shot. Chiuli'V Pnvnn T..(ifiwl Hint shopping. Hopkins pulled hi hand out of his In his issue of the I. J., Mr. S. pocket and shot when Bud Wnllin M. Owens, of the McKinney section told him to tako his harrd out of itmiuuiices nis candidacy for the his pocket; thought he was shooting democrntio nomination for Assessor. at Dud Wullin. Wm. King Said ho heard "Black Mr. Owens mode splendid "records as jailer and a sheriff of this county, Ben" Howard say that tho first shot and has long been known as one of in Riddle's killed Walter Wallin and the most active woikers and loyal tho ne.t shot hit him in tho leg. Clnreneo King his brother tesiT-fie- d party men in this part of the. stntc. to tho same. Ho has'n world of friends who will rally to his support in this campaign SPRING SUITING which will bp decided at the priMy now spring nnd summer sammary in August 3913. ples are now ready for your inspecThe levees at Hickman and Col- tion. They compriso tha best on umbus down in thn western pnrt of tho market. I can suit anyone as to the state, have broken, and vast price who had his clothes niado to sections of land are inundated by order. A suit inado to your, measuro the Mississippi, The property dara-ng- e is preferable to ready made clothes. is tcTrific. Gov. McCrcary has To have them made tojaeaswe issued a call for help for tho af- doesn't cost any more tlioo. ready flicted. ( Congress has been asked made when quality and fit is confor a big appropriation and will sidered. Come in and let me take doubtless give it to help the suffer your measure. H. C. Hurley, The Practical Tailor. ers. II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE life-lonm as e. - HELTON M. SAUFLEY,...Publlihtr That Easter Suit trimmer, a litth neater dress- ed 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 . 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 see it. ( Blue Serges, $15 to $25; Tan and Grey Worsteds, They $15, $20, $25 and $35, silk lined. are like the pictures in the hook. 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. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky HYDRATE LIE ADVANTAGES OVER LUMP LIME: 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, Stanford, D It Takes Many Features to Make a Drug Store Complete. x First of all, a Drug Store is a place where drugs are sold, but the Drug Store of today carries a score and more of other things useful, beneficial and luxurious. a Ours is a Drug Store Complete ' An Every Detail. Drugs, Toilet and Nursery Needs, Rubber Goods, Surgical Supplies, Books, Cigars, ' Candy and Stationery. Naturally we can offer you the assurance of class and quality in everything we sell, because we know that they are adapted to the needs of our customers. Anything in a drug store that you want, we have PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. D d k3ttfcM, 1 . THE STANFORD SHORT Idiom JHlorc. LOCAL INTERIOR JOUR NAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. NEWS W. II. Higgius 28-- 2 for rent out ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Puro Economizes Butler, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more Examine llio Cnc corn planter nt W. If. Hipgiim' before you buy any other 28-1. Stimulate .Childretii? Ask your doctor how often ne pru cr.bis a aLonul.c stimuLnt lor c .tliirn. lie will pronably say, "Very, wry ra cly." A k lilm how often he prescribes a tonic for tiiem. lie will probably answer, "Vcry,very frequently." Tnen ask him about Ayer's barsaparilla as a strong and safe tonic for the young. Not a drop of alcohol in it. FORD lssHEvBalr Niv Ul . vv Wool sacks nt Stale Hank & Trust c, tag wool nicely. J. D. Ends & Sons. .8. Sec Fish & Bromley about that Insurance policy today. It is better to be safe than sorry. They give you the kind that protect. appetizing and wholesome I V ' The only Baklnfl Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar I m CSSTylXQOh; SOCIAL and PERSONAL .Mr. "lin'd Hcv. .1. It, Jones will preach nt Fnir View chinch Sunday evening April "III nt 3 o'clock. A full attendance "Sh desiiod an tht'y wjh to reorganize tin-- Sunday school. rtiways keep a box of Ayer's Pills In the House. Just one pill at bedtime, now and Tho County I5or.nl of Education, then, will ward n(T many in attack of Indigestion, .if Lincoln county, Ky., will reecho biliousness,years has your doctor known Mow many bids on the repairing of tho college these pills? AslUnm all atiout them. Made by tba i.C. Alia CO., Lewell. Khl building In Stanford, Ky.. on April tlic Pth nt 2 P. M. Spocificntions For sale a good work horc cheap will 1)0 found in Stipt. Singleton's 28-II. C. Andeisoii. Win. Lnndgrnf, Scc'y. 20-office. 2. 3. Less Than One Cent a Mile. of tlu cost of railroad tiiinpoitntioiit That's, iccoid of the Ford Model T of a whole neighborhood of Fords, in fact. I.'cad this: "In H,l l,ri (,Jt. ( Sejileinln.i) I diove Iho car J,8o0 miles with less than one-ceper mile running expeiiKpS) including lights, nnd no repnirH at nll." I think thnt" record is good, but I know of scvernl cars just liko mine that made jut hs good records. So I think (he Ford 20 horsepower car is certainly thc onr for tho fnrmcr. Signed E. W. Seller, Dundas, III. Country roads are not city pavements, either. Get thc point? Ford Model T is the univpral4y popular motor enr the world over, becau-- e of its nniveral service and everlasting economy. Every third car made, in America in 1912 will he 41 Ford Madcl Ts Oood buying logic for you, ch Oiic-thi- nl ip (!. nt Col. Huff Dmlderar says Mi. iiml Mrs. George II. Karris were in Danwllo early in the wecK. MUs Louise Huff inn n is visiting . Mi"" Margaret Hooker is visiting that since Thc. .u-nr celebrated Oliver and Ilrown 1. hcr'grrintiparei'.ts, Mrs. . Lorettu Frith, of Ilrodhcad, the ftiwt of Dr. nud Mrs. Wl'lt. O'ltnnmm. Mr. llolbcrt UnMin ntid Mi6 Ly-dMis. J. 0. Carpenter is visiting Kim ore, of I.nucnstcr, wvro the her daughter, MiWII. W. Carpenter guosts of Miss Annie Davis Meltob-r- t, in Shelly vi He. SundAy. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Snlin weie Mr, .1, B, Williams, of Mt. Salvia, gin!- - of Mr--. Annie E. Miller ut was n cnller nf the. L J. ottico TuesMt. Vernon this week. day. Mr-- . F. II. llurdcltc, and daughter Miss Josephine Bcazlcy has been lllnnolie, of Hustonville, were in ill fur several dajs with boiucthiug low ii shopping, Wednesday. like pncuinoiiin. Mrs. Esther Hardin and Miss Lu-l- a Mrs. Annie 1'. Miller etuue down Tlialcher, weie in Danville shop-puf i urn Mt. Vernon, Tuesday to testi.Monday. fy In the Wnlliii case. ' MUs Ahct. lleazley has returned Mrs. S. J. Tntciu was down from from u visit to relatives "in DanCrab Orohaid, tbu first of the week ville. Mrs. W. J. Edmiston and son Euan business. Miss Ilallio Drown and Miss liny-de- n gene, of Crab' Oi chard, were pleasLea veil, of Lnnenstcr were here ant callers at the I. J., office Tuesday. early in the week bhoppiiii:. Mr. Cleveland Hose and Mrs. Ed Mrs. Annie Withers hub returued i'crkins, of Lancaster were the to her home in Lancaster after several weeks vi:it to friends nud i dat- jrneit of their sister, Mrs. J. C. Tuesday. I ives, here. Mi Minnie Shannon who hns been Mrs. Johanna Hall, who lias been the of her sister, Mrs. J. It. inie- -t visiting her daughter, Mm. Motion .lone, has returned to Jier home in Campbell hnb relumed to her homo Junction C(ty. u tanenstcr. Mr. John It. Foster has heu Mr. and Mr. Maurice Perkins and confined to her home in the country little daughter, Elizabeth uuro hero for some time with n severe attack while Tuesday on their wuy to ot the enrnchc. Cinciiiiinti. Mr. nnd )lr.. .1. K. Mount, of Lan- Shciiff W. I.. McCarty ha just caster, were here tho first of the taught' a very handsome plnjer week with her brother, II. J. Mc- pmno from the Fultou 1'iniio Com-lim- Koberts and family. Mr. W. M. Duiicnn nnd family of Frankfort. Mrs. Logan Woods of Danville, hae moved to the cottage on Lognu pent' thu day Tuesday with her avenue, owned by Mrs. Laura Hundbrother, .Mr. John Lynn and family. ley. Mr. Duncan has iccently sold Mi?s Elizabeth Giveiis, of Hubble, hi property oil Somerset pike. Mrs. Carlo Urittnin is visiting her uunt, Miss Florence and Miss Olivia Haldwin came down from Oivens. to attend the burial of Mr? W. S. Dcnhnm has Ikcii ia Danville, visiting friends nnd tela- - Mr. S. II. Shanks. Rev. John. K. Young, who is at- nvoe. I I'lnon Collegv nt lloiuville, Mr. C. Gooch nnd wife have I moved ' back to their property on "topped Mir for a short visit to !;u Lancaster stmt. Thoj have been patents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Youiil. living nt Wnynesburg for somo time. of the Hiujilaud section, en route Mr. Jt. C. Freemnn, who came here to a Y. M. C. A. Conference at drove over from II. Cooper. Mrn. E. T. Bcazlcy was in LanMiss Lena lloldcrmnn, of Lexingcaster shopping, Wednesday. ton, is the guest of her mother, Mrs Mr. Mini Mru. J. C. Hniley wcro V. J. Htiletl, here. down from Crab Orchard, Tuesday. Mr. . and Mrs. A. Douzlcy relatives and friends in InncnMer. I.aiictor, Tuesday Jn. Mi on business. i hi n: y, t Carroll has rone, he has decided to sell tho celebrated,, W. II. Traylor , mnrn and will put her up to th high- - I " Through' "an error the name of st bidder nc.t court day. I'aul Gimnnn was omitted from the gloves honor roll in the fourth grade hist Klcnzoim. For uWi-'ii, riH-swoolen goods without injury week. to color or fabric Mis Ella May Coiinly Attorney W. S. Uuroh, Suuudcis. by If. II. Coffey, made n " tv ioie eoiiuiy m- -i We doirc to offer our inaorc tlic nei.i in ino tlinnkn to the good people of Stnn- - wt,K- - '.oKing for the ninny courtesies shown i. iiiiiMiuinvcauii a .iiionie s tiicu. .lord our biolher during his illness nnd to I'e a- - given much encouragement the out of town friend, who were in that Section, ho says. ,lU" k""l to him. I). S. Wc will have our ice cream facSwol,c n,11 o"ly. tory in operation at McKinney by Rev. Joseph Dnllou will preach the 10th of April, and will take rind reorganize the Sunday school at pleasure hi delivering nil orders, Mt. Xenia Sunday April thc 7th at whether largo or small. Try us once 2:30 V. M. All are cordially invit- and J on will come again. C. M. Sip-piManager, McKinney, Ky. 2S-ted to come and bring an Easter offering of at least half dozen eggs'. BRODHEAD The proceeds to be nsed to purchnse hymn books. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Leece and chil The Lincoln- Medical Society will dren, of Willinmsburg, hnvo been viiting Mrs. Kichntd Shivel. met in Dr. Peyton's office on TuesMrs. J. M. Clark has taken posday April 9th 1012 at 1030, Drs. Singleton, Carpenter and Ilrown willvj session of tho lunch house again. Nute Marlow wns over from Henrend paper. All members nre urgM. M. Phillips, derson Sunday. ed to be present. Mcssis. Floyd and Stormcs, u. Secretarv--. London; visited Mr. Ike Stormcs Dr. J. W. Acton formerly oJ, King-- ' here firt of the week'. Mr. Jim Tate was in Louisville Mountain, this county orders his I. J changed from San Marcos, Texas, Wednesday nnd Thursday. Charles Lyons was up from Juncto Glasgow, Ky. He fwas in San Marcos only n ear, and evidently tion City Tuesday. Misses Jewel Francisco nnd Grnco Wis come to the conclusion that there is no place like old Kentucky McCall wore in Maretburg Sunduy home. Anyway, he has come back nnd Monday. Earl Tharp has returned home to one of the liveliest little places in the state, nnd wo henitily commend from Louisville. Mis. Kate Griffin and little the genial physician to the good .races of our friend, Col. Jim Uich- - dnu'.'hter of Mt. Vernon, visited her brother J. K. Wnllin here first of nrdoi, of the Glasgow Times. -- Hiding Cullivn'tors nru for sale again by W. II. Hi:rgin. 23-this Ford Model T. Touring Car 4 Cylinders, 5 passengers, fully Equipped f. o. b. Detroit Ford Model T. Torpedo, 4 cylinders, 2 passengers, -- fully equipped f. o. Ii. Detroit Ford Model T. Commercial Roadster, 4 cylinders, 3 passengers, removable rumble seat, fully equipped, f. o. b. Detroit For Demonstration, see W. E. GLOVER, Agent, BASE BALL BOYS $690.00 $590.00 $590.00 Stanford, Ky. - icr "'lKly Play First Game at London SaturdayHarry Camnitz Coaching Harry Camnitz, of Hustonville, fair to rival the record of his famous brother, llownrd, in the big leagues, until his arm gave out on him, has been secured to coach the Stanford High School base ball team and is putting the plnyers through some fast work during this prt'tty weather. He has had the youngsters out every day this week, giving them hard practice, and believethnt they will bo in pretty fnir shape for the first game of the season which, will be played nt London ncniiist the Sue Bennett Merao- who bid -- rinl School team thcro next Saturday. The only member missing from last year's champion squad is Wallace Singleton, nt second, and his place will be readily filled for there arc n number of piomMiig recruits. e, f. See Us Before Buying Your Spring Goods Have nice Selection of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and see our Stock and be convinced. - i num. mm,zi See That FORD AUTOMOBILE in our window. -- v , thc At the Presbyterian church Sunday morning the reports to of the progress nnd condition o(f the church during tho past year will be read to tho congregation. All members and others interested in tho chuteh work nro urged tewnako a The spWlnl effoit to he present. quarterly coinmuiton services will be held on the second Sunday in April the fourteenth. Hawkins, of Lebanon, Junction hns nccopted a position as night clerk in the restaurant of Mrs. J. M. Clark. d An daughter of eleven-year-ol- week. Mr. Wiley Mr. Will Owens ' Saturday night. Ike Stormes nnd C. XU. Frith aro confined to their bedswith grippe. Miss Clyde Wilmott is visiting in Crab Orchard. -- mar Qurfil, died Also Our NEW LINE of and Children, Ox- fords for Men, Women from CainpbcllsviHe, becking n lo- Georgetown. cation, wns taken vciy ill nt Mrs. Ilium's wiicro ho was boarding. His wife camo Tuesday. Mrs. Mary. Uureh returned Mon-U- y night from a lengthy visit to her 6on, S. J. Hiirch, at Doligco, Ala. nil her bister, Mrs. Curtis, nt Osorgetown. Miy nnd Mrs. Jnnics Floyd and little' son Owen, also Mrs. Linda Jane Mimele nud little dnughtors, Vida, Ethel and three little sons Wire tho guests of Mr. r.nd Mrs. C. U. Mir-'l- e ouiiday. LIFE NOI WUKiK LIVIN h tho way Miss Alta Abel of Wont Uailen, Intl., summed up her exlutonco after having souRht In vain for health. Sho writes: "I was a completo wreck one-thir- tired, worn out and nervous. d had to spend about of my time In bed. "Vlnol. your delicious cod liver and Iron tonic, wns recommended, nnd 1 fan truly say It has dono mo moro pood than all tho medlclno I ovor took In my llfo. That nervous nnd tired feeling ts nil gono, I lmvo gained In health, ilesh' and strength, until I feel Hko anoMier pori-on(Wo guarantco ttili testimonial to bo genuine) What Vlnol did for Miss Abel, wo Vtiow It will do for vovcryv nervous, rundown, overworked,) tired, thin and dlcouraged woman In this vicinity. Trysa bottle of Vlnol with tho that your money will bd returned If It does not help you. I Sell by Penny's Druf Stare Mrs. K. M. llonchin and Master BY NABOTH 1011G, of the most liberal companies in the Matt ,of Elixir Springs, have return- wotld. Fish & Dromlcy. by Walsinghanf by George Wilkes 24-t- f. ed home after a two weeks visit in I.awremebiiig and Lexington, acBeau Xaboth's dam, Not a Baugh-ina- n $100 Rcwaru, 100. Lula companied by her sister Mi by Norvnl 0335, by Electioneer to Irani Tbt rfadrrt ft thu paper UI l plra-rFrancis Houchui, who has just thftt there In at lnut emu drr&ll (IIwhm thai m lenee 125, 2d dam Lela J, by Metropolitan baa abie to rure Ul all Ita atama. and tliat la from the south. Catarrh, llall'a CaUrrb Cure la tlie roily putitlt 1372 by llnmiltoninu 10, 3d dam Jorure uuw known tu the medical Iralenntr ltarrb beion a CHiKtitutlon&l dweaais rvtjuirea a ron.titu sephine, by Mambrino Stailight 3042 tlmuU HaU Catarrh LINCOLN trmatlyUratnuut.dlrtrtiy aupon the blood la takin tn. by Durlbay OF TO DEMOCRATS anuitf and muroa 441; 4th dam Mary With aurtaera oi the )item. then by dtroylng the and clvlnc the patient ers by Oliver (thoroughbred) At the solicitation of many of my Inundation of the up ;L5th atrnjth by putMlnic the ronatitutkin and aaaui. Ins friends all over tho country, I here- an nature In dlnK Itf ork. the proprietor baa dam by Wagner; Cth dam by imp. much faith In ita ruratlte puwrri that they offer by nnnouuco myself a candidate for One Hundred lhillari for any raM that It lalla la Tranby;,7th dam by Thornton's Natrure. Send tor lut ot teitltnonlala tier. Jc CO . Toledo, a tho Democratic nomination for AsAddrrM r. J. sold by all lirunalata, lie. bubject to thcs. primary. My Beau Naboth is a haudsomo bay, sessor "ale 1UU a i aiu- v 1'llla for ronitlpatf . btundins 15:3 u hnnd of great record as a democrat and a party worker is weii known, nud tne tact We have just received from New style and action and perfect dispo that the party placed its confidence York, some very fine Blue Serge sition. He has proven n breeder, ami in me before, and that confidence Suits, all wool, to sell at $10. These his own breeding, tho EJectioneer- has not been betrayed in tho slight-ii- i. are real bargains. Sam Robinson. likes cross is second to none. His crosses t degue, entitles mo to ask its with saddle brod fiirthet consideration, with tho ashave unfailingly produced You aio cordially invited to at- mnics surance that 1 shall do my level best tend the 1J. Y. P. U. at tho Baptist combined colts of high class. Beau to miTit it, it so honored. As' a chinch Sunday night April V, At, Naboth will make the present seapiuYticnl iariner myself,'! believe 0:15. Subject, "Why Young People? son at J. W. Baughman's stable, that 1 am competent to judge well Should Ho Interested in Koligious on tho Somerset pike, half milo from of'tho wiliio of tho furmarb' lands, Work.". Leader, lrof. d. E. Stanford, at $15 to insure a living colt. toney due when mnro is and see that square deal is given traded or parted with or bred elseto all. 1 will appreciate tho support Green river is said to higher thnn where. of all democrats. Very truly S. M. OWENS. J. W. & H. C. BAUGHMAN for yenrs, nnd travel between tho West End' of Lincoln and tho Dunn-vill- o Stanford, Ky. section of Casey has ceased entirely. Dick Scudder passed over Lnfollctte defeated Taft by a' two SODA 'FOUNTAIN OPEN tho river coining back from Adai-g- ct to ono voto in tho Wisconsin priMonday, April 8th. across. All ciccks and other maries, and Woodrow Wilson won PENNY'S county early in tho week, and says tho Dcmooratio instructions by a liko : Store The Rexall that he was tho last man ablo to vote. It will bo very hard for anyrivers in this section have been very one to defeat Wilson where primarhigh on account of tho Tains. ies are held. &&& -- Protect your loved ones with a life policy in thc Old.Noithwestern. One Beau Naboth 45006 "Nubucks" Tans, Patents, Gun Met- als, Velvets, and Kids. 1 """(aaaBaaiaB The latest styles of the Shoe creation now on display. Make your selection from a full stock of kinds and sizes. &OOO0OO0$&OO Cummins & WigM Stanford, Kentucky K a r k ; W rMG&,-r- rxwnM?itftt-'fZ- . rf vgviWrvivn.T;K7.'wrCTiTtjr:orw ! hwW fjCKaC THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOHP. KENTUCKY. Tnr CIRC 5TAIRCAfMt: kVMARY BOBERTSMINEHART JLLUSTmVON6BX SYNOPSIS. Sunny- HilifJ rummer headiuiirtrr side. AnilJdt numerous rtimcumei in trvnntii leertnl. As .Mls Innrs locked up for the night, the m startlea by a dark fliure on the trnnila. passed a terrible CltAPTnit It.-- Sti RlSht. which ts HUM With unseemly nolnes. In the morning MIm Innea found n Mrnnge link curt button In a. cloOira hamper. "You must get upstairs," ho said too. flrmlr. "you and Miss Gertrude, has been a terrible shock. In This his own home, too." I stared at him without comprehendifsion. "Who Is It?" I asked with ficult)'. There seemed a band drawn tight around my throat U Arnold Arnwtrong," he said, looking at mo oddlr. "and he has been murdered In his father's house.'myself After a minute I gathered me together and Mr. Jarvls helped got Into the living room. Uddy had two Gertrude upstairs, and thestayed strange men from the club with the body. Tho reaction from the I shock and strain was tremendous; was collapsed and then Mr. Jarvls asked me a Question that brought back my wandering faculties. "Where Is Halsey?" ho asked. Gertrude's Suddenly "Halsey!" trickea face rose before mc the empty room upstairs. Where was Haltvey? , "lie was here, wasn't he? Mr. Jarstopped at the club vls persisted. "He on his way over." "I don't know where he Is," I said feebly. One of the men from the club came In, asked for the telephone, and I could hear him excitedly talking, say ing something about coroners and de tectives. Mr. Jams ieanea over iu me. "Why don't you trust me, Miss he said. "If I can do anything I will. But tell me the whole thing." I did, finally, from the beginning, and when I told of Jack Bailey's being In the house that night he gave a long whistle. "I wish they were both here," he said when I finished. "Whatever mad prank took them away, It would look better If they were here. Especially" r'-rd'- HATFIELD-FELL- MY DANGER PERIOD Lincoln County Girl Weds Man Of Htr Choice In Far West OFWOMANS'LIFE FROM 45 A friend in Spokane, Wellington, sends the I. J. this notice of n wedding in tho fnr west which will be of much interest to t)io ninny friends itml loved onc of the bride in this to 50 A county: "Nfnvln.l J Cii of 0rtni1 nl i. tpli iiey, ratatt-n- t s ho had fallen her excitement. It was natural, of course, that the thing would shock her, having been the Armstrongs' housekeeper for several years and knowing Mr. Arnold well. Gertrude had slipped out during my talk with Mrs. Watson, and I dressed Th billiard and went downstair nnd curd toonis wr loccu un.ll coroner and the detectives got there, and the men from tho club had gone back for more conventional clothing. I could hear Thomas In tho pantry alternately walling for Mr. Arnold. as he called him, nnd citing the tokens that had prccurscd the murder. up. Sho said In down-Stair- t-- .c it - v; 11 0 ! v roail iiiniiiu ent and west, and LARGE URBAN POPULATION plenty Inrge enough for any sober I man to turn around in nt any point, ! The U. S. census bureau has is- sight, and at your age!" nnd we cannot sec the necessity of M)C,i n bulletin showing th0 popu- it Sho had a golf stick in her hand, ,; 1, tn, unouier one. l ne icwcr rontis we nnt,r.,.r,,.A and she said she had found It on the '!... 41. - 1. .......i our bucgies and cities of the country not necessariMint' iin- mjii.-There was nothing unusual lawn. wagons will last. about it, but it occurred to mo that a When spring gets under full head ly within the city limits but within Hay! Aunt Kay!" sho Tho fig "O.Wunt way and Poke Hazley can move his the immediate territory. Soma one has cried hysterically. choir out on the front porch nt the ures for the 13 largest are: been killed!" critica, of a woma.s cxlstence. an- New Ydrfc the po.tinntor 8,191,315 Thieves," I said shortly. "Thank Monah eetion and is one ot the AtsuehUmeswomcnmayrelyuponLydia potoffice, nounces thnt he will have much moro Chicago nnd attractive r. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. goodness, there arc some men in the most accomplished 2,735,2-1I was getting into belles, of Lincoln and one ot our Toom inide. house Philadelphia 2,182,112 bath-roband Ger most efficient teachers. my slippers and a Sim Flinders snys he believes the Hoston 2,410,801 WATTERSON AND THE trude with sbukinR nanus was lighting surface of the earth is wearing off Pittsburg ; The groom formerly of Indiana, is 1,587,080 COUNTRY PRESS a lamp. Then we opened the door constantly around the side, ns his St. Louis nnd bns spent 1,070,825 Into the hall, where, crowded on the n college graduate land is getting so thin it will hnrd-l- y Cincinnati 820,24! upper landing of the stairs, the maids, n number of yenrs ns Boys Secre(Eliznbethtown News.) ' hold water. white-faceSnirf Francisco-Oaklan- d and trembling, were peer tary in the Young Men's Christinn ..818,222 Tobc Mosely's mule rnn nway with Baltimore. Henry Wntterson paused long lng down, headed by Llddy. I was Association, of Chicago, and other 800,803 greeted by a series of low screams northern cities. 724,047 enough in 11 recent diatribe ngninst him during one of his contrary Cleveland to quiet and questions, and I tried 020,780 Paul The mnrriogc took place Wcdnes- - Woodrow Wilson to reflect upon the sjh'Hs !ot Sunday morning. The MJLnnenpolis-S- t. dropped on a them. Gertrude had animal ran for more than n mile, ao f92,749 t.ount . of Kentucky. It was nnd in the rounds enme within a Huffalo chair and sat,, there limp and shlv day jinrcu, 570,700 home of Mr. nnd Mr. McLaren, Rev. I Detroit ering. gratuitous, unworthy fling nt the h of the Dog Hill church of the Congregntionalist I went at once across the hall to Preston, barely inUing the sermon. HERE IS A REMEDY THAT WILL Halsev's room and knocked: then I church performing the ceremony. inost loynl group of democratic Ilnx Harlow went hunting Tuespushed the door open. It was empty; present were Mr. and Mrs. tors in this country. It could only CURE SKIN AND SCALP the bed had not been occupied! formerly of proceed from 11 mind overwrought day but met with very poor sueees, AFFECTIONS. nnd dnuchter Bailey's room," Potter "He nvist be in Mr. Keren, Ky., Mrs. Preston and daugh- - with its own importance nnd faub-te- r, ns most of his e.ericnce in the I said excitedly, and followed by LldAnd We Can Prove It. Mr. and Mr. T.iothnere and the merged in conceit. The charitable shooting line hns been nt Saturday It dy, we went there. Like Halsey's, McLaren family. Mr- -. McLaren is j view to take is thnt the editor of night dnnces nnd barbecue. had not been occupied! Gertrude was Little Fidity Flinders has got llo The Penny drug store snys to is not himself. on her feet now, but she leaned a siter of the widely known, Dr. tho Courier-Journperson be it man, womnn or I He writes like ones distraught. His the unbecoming habit of talking against the door for support Hurehay, of Chicago. "They have been killed!" she "Especially what?" The bride nnd grora spent n few petiilnney must be the direct result back at himself in. the .cisjern, This child who has nn irritated tender itching SKIN or SCALP, you "Especially since Jack Bailey and gasped. Then she caught me by the days with friends in Spokane nnd of wounded vanity. His uneoutrol-renche- d indicates very bad raising. me toward the Arnold Armstrong were notoriously arm and dragged The Excelsior Fiddling Hand has need not suffer another day. "We evening Inblc rftgo hns n childishness often Orvillc, Saturday bad friends. It was Bailey who got stairs. 'They may only be hurt, and where the Methodist church had nUecn in the very young, or the very been meeting clandestinely for the have n refined skin preparation that acts instantly nnd will bring you Arnold Into trouble last spring-somet- hing we must And them," she said, her grand reception nwniting them. After old. It moves its victim to tantrums pa-- t several nights under the old swift and sure results. about the bank. And then, eyes dilated with excitement. sycamore tree on Muket Itidge, the hysteria. got down their home, will One warm bath with I too" on," said. "If there is any- the don't remember how we expecting Monday they wherego togroom is the I approachingare a blind Some of out practicing up to play for n sur- nnd one application ofZEMO SOAP striking symptoms stairs; I do remember ZEMO nnd the I "Go nenr Orvillc, every moment to be killed. The cook owner 01 n large larm. thing more, I ought to know." lie nus nt friend nnd foe, accompanied by prise birthday dinner that is to lie you will not suffer another moment "There's nothing more," he said was at the telephone upstairs, calling been one of Washington's most suc- garrulous raving and foul abuse. Mr. given Washington Hocks on the sec- and yon will soon see n euro in sight evasively. "There's Just one thing we the Greenwood club, and Llddy was ZEMO nnd ZEMO SOAP arc provtwo Wntterson hns this disease in its ond Sunday in Ajiril. nay bank on, Mlss'lnnes. Any court behind me, afraid to come and not cessful fanners for the past The Editor of the Tickville Tid en cures for every form of skin or years. He alo owns a very profit- most violent form. The sorrow of who In the country will acquit a man K'nlp affection. They nre sold by able trnct of land on Grnhnm Is- it is thnt his friends cannot restrain ings hns decided to speak unfavorkills an intruder In his bouse, at one leading 'druggist in every city n, pitiful ably in his editorial columns about him from daily making night. If Halsey" land. or town in America and in Stanford, that does not take his pa- by Pinnv's Drue Store. "Why, you don't think Halsey did While his hot of friends welcome spectacle of himself in the Courier-Jourun- l. even-bodIt!" I exclaimed. There was a.queer per. Ho has also begun the job of lu bride into their midst, her ronnv feeling ot physical nausea coming The country press of Kentucky cleaning out his storm cellar. friends here nie sorry to give her When you want n bond of any ever me. The Deputy Constable has had the kind sc0 Fish & Hromley. up. Their many beautiful and valu- hns this to say to Henry' Wntterson: They no, not at all," he said with "No. able presents from fnr and nenr. It enres nothing for his insult. To- community flustroted this week by represent tho American Surety Co., forced cheerfulness. "Come, Miss 2i-t- f. you're a ghost of yourself, and show the great love nnd esteem morrow he will be nt their feet in hi attempts to apprehend a hv largest in the world. I am going to help you upstairs and in which they nre held. Wishing servile fnwning. The timo has pnss-e- d thief in the Calf liibs community call your maid. This has been too when they enn be elated by his The defendnnt is of n &uiiei.ous COMMISSIONER'S SALE! them all joys of n long and well much for you." applause, or depressed by his con- nature, nnd through the Deputy ConA Sl'HSCRIHER. spent life, About six o'clock Gertrude came In. ns n They have seen him stable is heavily disguised demnation. II. J. Meltoberts Plnintiff vs John She was fully dressed, and I sat up gradually loe his following in stntc blind man, he cannot get within sight Sam Jaekmnn, Defendant. IN ANOTHER LINCOLN nervously. Pursuant to n judgment of tho "Poor Aunty!" she said. "What a The Lincoln County Times, pub- nnd country until he is a pathetie of him. The deputy constnble refuses shocking Ight you have had'." She lished nt Davenport, Wash., snys of figure, rigged out in his regimentnls. to sJiow the white feather and ex- Lincoln Circuit Court rendered nt came over and sat down on the bed, the gentleman who married Mi" mnrchiug in lonely grandeur, shout- pects to catch him in ono of the its November term 1904 in the ease 'and I saw she looked very tired and Margaret Livingston, of this county: ing orders to n phantom soldiery, large steel traps ho has set along above styled; the undersigned Comworn. "Claude C. Leete, deputy auditor calling vninlv to lieutenant thnt the differentHmths for int purpose. missioner will on tW'Js there anything new?" I asked Monday April 8th, 1912 The physiology class of the Wild for pearly seven years, this week no longer bear his eommisfions, n anxiously. nnnounced thnt he would be a candi- Napoleon battering nt the barren Onion school spent a profitable day County court day at about 1 P. M.f -- J w "Nothing. The car is gone, but WarTi J -- M'T' ner" he is the chauffeur "Warner date for county nuditor subject to rods of St. Helena, n general with- this week at the bone yard nenr Itye offer for salo at public outcry to Strnw. tho highest nnd best bidder the follodge and knows nothing Is at tho His an- out an army. "I Was Roused by a Revolver Shot." the democratic primaries. about It." When the democrats of Kentucky , Jefferson Potlocks hns started on lowing described houso nnd lot of nouncement is tho first of either "Well," I said, "If I ever get my daring to stay behind. We found the serv- placed their standard in the hnnds tho job of digging n cistern on his land situated in Logan Town Lincoln hands on Halsey Innes I shall not let living room and the drawing room un pnity for the place. Mr. Leeto that what ed ns n deputy one yenr under J. df James II. McCrenrj'i to be borne, place. In it he expects to keep nn county, nnd being the same property go until I have told him a few things. disturbed. Somehow I felt cournge and high extra supply of water to be ueed for devised to the defendant, John Sara When we get this cleared up, I am ever we found would be In the card' W. Anderson, two years with A. S. with unfnltering Jackrean by the will of his fnther going back to the city to be quiet. room or on the staircase, and nothing Rrowr. ,nnd nt the expiration of tho resolve to victory, Henry Wntterson drinking purposes in en'-- of emerCraig Jackman, nnd hounded on tho One more night like the last two will but the fear that Halsey was In dan term of J. TV. ltrislawn, will have not only "limped in the rear" but, gency. aer drove me on; with every step my I served four years for that official. with guerilla tactics, harrassed the end me. The peace ot the country Sidney Hocks put on his other North mid East by tho lands of It. fiddlesticks!" knees seemed to give way under me, Ins 33 lender, nnd by his silence gave cour- pnnts the other night nnd called on L. Porter, on the South by the land Whereupon I told Gertrude of tho Gertrude was ahead and In the card' He hns spent 25 years of age to tho enemy. Tho county press Miss Flutie Flinders. He would hnve of Dan VnnArsdolo and on tho West noises the night before, and the figure room she stopped, holding her can years in I.inMn county. He is of Kentucky made generous answer stayed longer but he did not know by tho other Craig Jackman land. wing As din hlch. Then she pointed silently to married." ea the veranda In tb ""t The object of this sslc is to 2fitla-f- y to the iippenl" of In iimnjirJ0 mml iu entt an afterthought I brought out the the doorway Into the hall beyond. plaintiff's judgment for $43.74 On his way home from Tickville candidates and the Democratic Cam, ptarl Huddled there on the floor, face down, GLORIOUS HAIR "I have no doubt now," I said, "that with his arms extended, wns a man. paign Committee, nnd by their vali- Friday night with somo cheese with interest thereon from November 3, 1903 until paid at tho rnto of six Gertrude ran forward with a gaspIt was Arnold Armetrong the night Woman Who Wants It ant service caused tho desertion of Cricket Hicks spent tho night nt the before last, too. He had a key, no ing sob. "Jack," she cried, "Oh, Jack!" For Every Wntterson to be forgotten. They not home of Frisbv Hancock. For pro- - I"per cent per nnnum. subject to n doubt, but why he should steal into Llddy had run, screaming, and the state ticket, headed teetion during the night Cricket set credit of $.r.o0 paid December 30, Any woman who neglects her hair only elected the Jals, father's bouse I cannot Imagine. two of us were there alone. It was 1903 .and the costs hereof. He cquld have come with ray permiswho turned him over, final- cannot expect to have ns lovely hair by Gov. McCreary, but sent to the n rat trap 111 his pocket. Gertrudo TERM8.-rSa- id salo will bo mndo The Two Twins from Calf Itibs democrats of the nation tho heartwe could seo bis white face, ns the womnn who doesn't. sion easily enough. Anyhow, whoever ly, until warming message that Kentucky neighborhood called on our tonsorinl on n credit of six months, and the was that night left this little soua deep breath and It and then she drew tho hair once n week, use Wash purchaser will bo required to ex venir." dropped limply to her knees. It was keep your would aid in the election of a demo- artist, Dock Hoeks, nt tho blackGertrude took one look at the cuff the body ot a man, a gentleman, In a PARISIAN SAGE daily beecute bond with approved personal smith shop, and got a hnir-ccratic president. link and went as white as the pearls dinner coat and white waistcoat, hair brush clean nnd in a few days security for the purcbaso price pay Not only wns the power of the tween them . n beautiIn it; she clutched at the foot of the stained now with blood the body of you will give to your hair country press exemplified in thnt If you promi-- the public you nro able to the undersigned Commisbed and stood staring. As for me, I a man I bad never seen before. ful lustre that you will be proud of. tho useful lesson was going nwyiy for nn extended visit, sioner, and bearing interest nt the was quite as astonished as she was. PAIHSIAN SAGE is a most relin-bl- o campaign, but impressed upon tho democrnts of the and then for some reason yonr plans rnte of six per cent per nnnum from "Where did you find ItT" she (Continued next Friday) hair tonio; so: reliable that fl. L. asked finally, with a desperate effort tho day of lale; nnd a lien will be reit to eradicate stato that the support of tho Courier hnng fire nnd you fail toindo so, nnd served on the land to secure the Penny guarantees at calm. And while I told her she you Journal wns no longer necessnry to public loses confidence itch.7. W. Jordan, tho well known dendandruff, stop falling hair and tood looking out ot the window with tho triumph of party principles; tho will therenfter doubt what you say. payment pf said bond, nnd enme a look I could not fathom on her face. tist of Hopkinsville, Ky., writes: "I ing scalp, or monoy back. shall have the force nnd effect of dressing by Togo of its editor need not bo feared It was a relief when Mrs. Watson used to have terrific pnins across BOOKKEEPING n judgment. Witness my hand this It should bo used as n nor his support be sought in futuro tapped at the door and brought me Ma.PlMaMnMhy taking Foley every member of th0 family becauso campaigns. some tea and toast The cook was In by back, but since TYPEWRITING ind Mnrch 20lh 1012. hair Kidney Pills I have had no pain. I it keeps tho scalp clean, prevents bed, completely demorallted, she reHe has nlrcady wade it impossible J TELEGRAPHY E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. G Foley Kidney from turning gray nnd baldness. for the Courier-Journported, and Llddy, brave with the day- gladly recommend to support MhSWW I ! Large bottle 50 cents. You twill light, was looking for footprints around Pills." Shugars nnd Tanner. parties wanting rooms and offices Woodrow Wilson, that progressive .I , . T)anb 1 A no use for ordinary prepnra the bouse. Mrs. Watson hersslf waa have " " flPMni V'O. dm " nnU liigu nunuea patriot, I K;7;;5iTw5icK5. Viii.tiw. "': "."""' ', e deliehtfnl democrat around wreck; she waa ll-t- f their mce rooms. See the best oil stove on the mar be Las denounced as fa crook Uto aid aba bad one basd tied ket 22-t- f. PARISIAN SAGE at George II. Farm' much good during Change of Life as Ly- dia E. PinVhnm'a Vegetable Compound. " Beforo I had taken one half a bottlo Hl began to feel better, and I have My henlth Is better continued taking wedding. than it has been for several years, if Word has been received of the all women would take it they would es- marriaiie in Spokane, of Miss Fran- - cape untold pain nnd misery at this time life "-- Mr.. Aucb KwuN. 353 W. ccs Hatfield to Hubert liny Fellmy. of M"' St' CirC,eV ' e' ' The bride U the daughter of Mr. mi ' The Change of Life is one of the most L. 15. Hatfield, of the and Mrs. ' The houso seemed to choke me, nnd, slipping a shawl nround me, I went At tho corner by o.ut pp the drive. tho east wing I met Llddy. Her skirts were draggled with dew to her knees and her hair was still In crimps. "Go right In nnd change your clothes." I said sharply. "You're a . 030,1 - Muel-nrcand Mrs. J. Dridgc nvenue, Mnrch 20, Mr. Hu- bert II. Fellmy, of Orovillo, Wash.,,, ,. ., am! .miss Anna minces h.uuumi, .... Stanford, Ky. Tho bridal couple entered to the music of Mendelssohn's wedding march, niul the ceremony wns performed by Itev. llrjunt'U. Preston, pastor of tho church. PK mouth Congregational The guests were Kcv. nnd Mr. Preston, and dnu&htcr, Florn ,Mny, Kcv. and Mrs. E. A. Potter nnd Mnrjoni, llff,"i" of nc.rt''' now of M. (..A., am .Mr. the Spokane and Mrs. Toot linker, nl-- o of the . M. C. A. Mr. nnd Mrs. l'ellmy leave Sntitrdny inornins for Oioville, where they will be gien n reception nt tile MethodM church, of which They carMr. Fellmy is n member. ry with them to their frontier homo the congratulations nnd good wishes ol n large circle ol menu-.- . Another friend write" this of the -- ' nt llin rr!i1in'C of Mr. Interesting Experience of Two Women Their Statements Worth Reading. Ashovlle,N.C.-"IsulTercdforye- ar9 wUh hio wnll Roln through the ChanRO of Life. I tried n local phy- pto or year, without any tlelan for finally Bfter re substantial benefit, roatwi suggestions to try Lydla E. rink ham's Vegetable Compound, 1 quit my physician and commenced using It with the happiest results. I am today pracHOGWALLOW DOINGS. tically n well woman and anxious to con tribute my mite towards Inducing others to try your great medicine, as I nm fully (Ilogwnllow Kcnttickinii.) persuaded that it will cure tho nilments Aiiss Flutie L'eleher hns pWr. from which I suffered if given a fair her older for a flask of nice perfume. chance, you think this letter will contrib- - nnd is expecting il any day. Since "If flmn0 from New Jersey". Tho cnlnmny nnd vituperation with which ho tie. Judged G'rover Cleveland is being poured from tlio same c.xhnuMless vescl upon .the head of Wodrow H is n campaign of slan-dc- r, Wilson. so baseless nnd fo vicious that every decent mini in Kentucky hangs his bend in slitunc, when he contemplates tho wrong that is being done a great leader. The tieoplo of the United States must be made to understand that when Henry Wntteron ne'n such venom out of his mouth, he docs not represent the Deinoorny of this state, but epenks alone from tho lociibiirclcss depths of his imn By This Sign you know that you are getting the one prepa- ration that has stood years and still re the test for over thirty-fiv- e mains the tonic-food-mcdici- Standard used and recommended by the medical profession the world over. Emuimion is the embodiment of strength. elements that make for SCOU '9 utcnnythlng towards luruicrinironucing your medicines to afflicted women who will lie no need of any d throUK,, thig trj.inK ,K,riol, nre Ilogwnllow this around jt s with great pleasure 1 consent to its flowers publication." Mrs. JULIA A. MooiiE, spring, except to look at. It is understood that we nre to 17 East St, Asheville, N. C. .wcet-sceiite- she hns gone and done this thete eood health and AM. DRCC018TS linNc another rond to run through Tlio Cuso of Mrs. Klrlln. 1o- - ttut Cifclevlllc, Ohio. "1 can truthfully this place, provided- pit ins say that I never had anything do me so miscarry. We already hne n good !.,,! pe, d ...... ,,, ?' hnirs-brendt- se al ev-vc- ry 1 Sill wW ww c tit cuff-lin- I ut o al m blue-whit- .. . fS 1 fr:;'a7y.jpV.,r,y.in. Mm !- -. r j&sa. &-:- l ji THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. BiJlH "l j It 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. . Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. HE Voltaire ' I MjfciSaiLMi We think we can make it to your interest to buy of us. Hfsl w. a. Tnbbie OTTENHEIM ad aa A VALUABLE SUGGESTION VOLTAIRE SS140 The Great Percheron Stallion VOLTAIRE, A HANDSOME PERCHERON STALLION, PERFECT IN CONFORMATION, IS A BLOOD BAY AND WEIGHS ABOUT 1900 POUNDS. THE DRAFT HORSES ARE GREATLY IN DEMAND FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK AND THERE IS NOTHING MORE PROFITABLE THAN DRAFT MARES FOR MULE MARES. THE FINEST HIGHEST PRICED MULES ALL OVER THE COUNTRY ARE OUT OF DRAFT MARES VOLTAIRE IS THE ONLY REGISTERED PERCHERON STALLION IN THE COUNTY AND HE IS JUST WHAT YOU WANT TO CROSS WITH YOUR GRADE AND DRAFT MARES. HE WILL MAKE THE SEASON OF 1912 AT MY HOME ON THE DANVILLE PIKE ONE MILE FROM STANFORD AT $1500 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN, AS HIS NAME IMAN ARISTOCRAT OF THE "BLUEST BLOOD." HE BELONGS TO THE NOTED FAMILY OF PEAVINES, THE HORSES THE OWNER OF REX THAT HAVE MADE KENTUCKY FAMOUS. PEAVINE HAS RECENTLY REFUSED $10,000 FOR HIM, THE HIGHEST PRICE EVER OFFERED FOR A SADDLE HORSE IN KY. DESCRIPTION. PLIES IS Mr. John Wcntzel is raiding toREX, PEAVINE THE GRAND SIRE OF KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN IS of broom THE SIRE OF EDNA MAE, JACK STRAW, GOLDEN GLOW, CHES- bacco thi-- year TER PEAVINE, HAZEL DAWN, REXALL PRINCE AND OTHERS. corn. Hurrah! THE PEAVINES ARE BEYOND DOUBT THE GREATEST HORSES Victor Henren fiom Cincinnati. IN KENTUCKY TODAY. being on the sick list, - heie visiting KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN IS A BEAUTIFUL CHESTNUT WITH his pcojtlc. WHITE HIND FEET AND STAR. HE HAS THE VERY BEST OF The father of our friend Limon FEET AND LEGS, GOOD FLAT BONE, BROAD SLOPING SHOUL- Pet icy died and was buried last AND PER-- ii w cek. DERS, SHORT BACK AND THE BEST OF QUARTERS HAS HE FECT HOCKS; HAS BEAUTIFUL MANE AND TAIL. Soon we will have our stray pens ' SPLENDID ACTION GOES HIGH ALL AROUND AND IS PERFECTLY ready to keep our our neighbor's WAY, WILL MAKE A GREAT SHOW HORSE stock in triumph, who do not believe SOUND IN EVERY WITH THEROPER HANDLING. m5 ii' the stock law. WL. learn that Mr. PEDIGREE. Kentucky Gentleman 5(67 by Chester Peavine 3184 Ilertel by Rex Peavine 1796 by Rex McDonald 833 by Rex Denmark 840; dam has pin chased the former cheese Flora Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58 by Black factory to a creamery, and , Eagle 74. Kentucky Gentleman belongs to a championship family and to build clo-- e to the Otteuhciui and Will Crab Oiehaul road a country store. you will make no mistake in breeding your good mares to him. We can show you the finest roads stand at $20 to insure a living colt. Careful attention given mares, but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. leading to our stations and markets come and sec don't get jealous. We nie sati-fie- d with one blacksmith shop in our berg; no other wanted. I will also stand the jack formerly owned by Silas Anderson.. He is Sen ices nt the churches here on said to be one of the best breeding jacks in the country. Men who know La-tSunday at 10 A. M. All wcl-- t him well say he has more hundred dollar mules to his credit than any otne. other jack in the country. Will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. Mr. Joe Abt ha- - left our town i, , O-c- ar I I l Important to Everyone A Fine Jack er J. NEVIN CARTER, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. The following is the honor roll of county. McKINNEY. cliool for the ot the MoKitmey Jlrs. Sam Sanders left last Satu month ot Mnteli. Miss Miulu Butler, day. tor ilailan county to live with Mr. John Klhott has been sufferliei father. ing from a stroke of paralysis, but te.ielier. (irHilr 1. Sadie Mi- - Lucy Ii'ewiold- - was in Hiod-hea- d Indies, Hettic i reported -- ome hotter. ?4-llatniday. Clime Zee Itiiller, luie Mm .Martin. e (irmle -- . Zona- - Smith. Mi Iteitlia Cuiuiiiiii- -, of Itondy, htt'ii WxituiK relntttc- - in Itonfilte, (Inole .t. Km nk Mnitin, Ova - -- tuyiiiK a few week- - with M- -. J. during the past week. Duuviiu. M. Keliold- - at till- - pl.lee. Mis Marenrct Snmliiljre Im- Smith, I 'earl dilute t. Mr. A. (!. Ciider took charjro of homo nilcr uvleiyoing mu hi- - -- tore on -- 7, Mni.Ii. Mope lie 'will in JlirtW. liopkal at a opetntiou Omde .'. Tubitlm (Miutin, I'atter-m- u do a numi bti-i. I lor Lotn-vill- e. ro many friend Tunnel. Moiri- - TaIor, who - elerkiuj; in iiie4 Klmi t mo her settintr aloojt Ornile (I. liod .Ulln'o.v .1. M. Koynold'- - p'ltinjj along .v- .Mix. If. M. Tate and Mis- nieelx. Unire Willi- - mid Arthur MeCummel; motoied oxer 1. (!. Tnjlor binmht a linr-- e fiom Coffey, are at home from Iteieo. MouiliiN. It. M. I.'eynold- - for where they lime Ihhii nttotnliiiit lniiu Meek, who hn- - been Mr- -. 1'. txdioot. iek for -- owthI dHy- - - better. MASONS' MEETING The infant son of Claud,. Lwt M- i- M.iiu.uet l. Millei. o( iek at thi- - writing. voijr Mi Dullie u We arc ylfid t" -- ee -- omo new IniiM Lincoln Lodge No. CO, K. & A. M., ins piiucU on the new lot- - in Me- meets in stated communioation on Kinney. We feel that Mr, SIppleV each fir- -t and third Monday nights BEE LICK bakery will he mvnt benefit In our of each month at 7 o'clock in their people here. Mi. J. M. !v"ld- - - still in hud hall on Main stiect, Stanford, Ivy., Mi Lmimtin dtiffo ha- Members of sister lodges fraternally to Clmttiinoogii, where hic - lenni-iii!- : liealtii, at this writing. .Mr. U. M. Keynohl- - and L. L. Uinl invited to he present. II. C. Carto ho a t mined imie in a ln) 1 -s going" into egg and poultry in Cincinnati. We wi-- h him nil suc-ce-- s. KING'S MOUNTAIN A few more families have settled heie dining the winter nionth- got a car load Mr. Wentzel lteio ne I Mcr. Mur-jruen- lo 1 Itieh-iin'iii- Mi. 1'mma Chcvolett, been her daughter in llamil- ton. Ohio riturned home Satiuday. .Mr. 1). It. Flint left tin- - place for Indiana lu- -t week. .Mis. Virgil her patent- - of thi- - place. Mis- - Mai Wall is on the sick t. lie, touch and wife aie fiieiuls and relative- - in Pulaski. The singing school, which has been in -- c ion for some time at the C'hii-tia- u church will close Sunday. Little Herman Vanght who has been ciy ill lor some, time is i tit putting sjowl.t. .Mr. Kail Flint of Viiieenue- -, Iud., 15a-tiu li-- ladies' hats, all styles, sizes, and forms. He sells them who has cheap. of -- jut hape- It is now conceded by physicians that the kiduqys should have more attention as they control the other organs to a remarkable degree and do a tremendous amount of work in removing the poisons and waste matter from the system by filtering the blood. During the winter months, especially, when we live an outdoor life llio kidneys should receive some assistance when needed as we tak0 le-- s cxerei-- e, drink less1 water and often cat more rich heavy food, thereby forcing the kidneys to do more work than Nature intended. Etidence of kidney trouble, such a6 lame hack, inability to hold urine, smnrtingg or low compleion, rheumatism mav be weak or irregular heart action, warns you that your kidneys requite help immediately to avoid more seri- us trouble. An heibal medicine containing no minerals or opiates has the most healingg influence. An ideal herbal compound that has mo-- t remarkable suces ns kidney and bladder remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Sw amp-HoYou may receive a sample bottle of Swamp-Hoby mail, absolutely free. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghatnton, X. Y.. and mention the Stanford Interior Journal. For sale Ijv all drug stores. ot ot t For the season of 1912, I offer for public service the Royally Bred and Handsome Individual Saddle Stallion, ALL PEAVINE 4092, at my farm, near McKinney, Ky., at $25 to insure a living colt. l-. - rela'tivcs here. es Mr. Alono Kiguey, of Danville, was down to see friends and rela-tit- i- pital thete. left la- -t Wednesday for Harlan penter, Sccretnry. at thi- - place. Monday. The honor roll for King's Mountain (hailed School -: Grade 1. Hoy Francis. Oxide ii. Harold Cheviot, Virginia Wall, Odis Wall, and Virginia Couch. ttWMiWWMMttWMWtWtHtMWiiiii H Are You I a Woman 1 I Claud Unit, Edith Las-weLela Singleton, Lucy Skidmoie, Mabel Ihitter and D- - Reynolds. Guide i"t. Lugetie Unit and Jonas Flint. Gooeh, Grace Grade (i- .Tumble and Dorn Alford. Guide 7. Corn Alfoul. ClarGrade 8. Itti ell Tlmuip-oence Carey, Grace Thompson, Mabel Flint and Laura Johnson. 1. ill n, Grade t Vr ll. WHITE OAK NEWS Mi Allie Stuiuger and Mr- -. Mary Hazelwood, fiom Danville visited their uncle, Mr. John Stinngcr,, in Lancaster, Satin day und Sunday. r, Mr. John Stuiuger - th. only who luis plowed any. He sin-- , he - almost done. Mr. Mason, from near Turners illc, was here Sunllay, calling far-me- ICardui HI IB Jet ie-- on ins t gin. ti-hed Mr. Vainey Wall- McKinney, Suuda.t. WANTED friend-ne- ar j The Womans Tonic ACTIVE MAN IN EACH 10CAUTY To Join this Society. Kick, ucctdent. deutti henetlta. And Incrodueo our Meuibersblpn. All or puro time. S50 to $300 a month. Kvcry Member secured iilves jou n steady monthly Income. Uxperlenee not needed. Write Covington, Ky. (or plans. Hoi i, 1796! A chtmplon iliow hone and an unrqualed champion !ie. From him we have had luch champiou at Edna May. Golden Clow, Jack Straw, Queen o' the May, Star Peavine, and many olheii patt aid to come. By Rex McDonald Daiiy 2nd by Peavine 85. GRAND SIRE, Rex McDonald S33. The undisputed champion thowhoiteand ite. FIRST DAM, Lucy Weld 6404. bv Peavine 85. A gteat brood mare by the world-- . gieateit brood mare lire, Peavine. Hit daughter! have produced such champiom at Lou Chief, Clforatra, The Frenchman. Edna May, Barlhenia McChord, and dozens ol otheri A mare by Peavine it a lure ioundation. v SECOND' DAM, daughter of H.rri. Denmark. THIRD DAM( daughter of John Mo.ely If you want to breed lo a stallion whose produce commands the highest price, breed lo All Pea. vine 4092 The prices for which I have sold Peavine colls are as an ppen book, ihey being sold for the high dollar at pubic auction, along with ihe colls of other bleeds of horses, and 1 hate topped the market. Breeding saddle horses of the highest type is no longer mere guess woik. "Like begets like." ' and it lakes champions to produce champiom. Here you have them all in this pedigree. Rex McDonald, ttex Peavine and a double infusion of the champion brood mare sire, Peavine All Peavine will breed true to his family inheritance of champiomhi blwJ. I le is entered in the Saddle Hcfij Futurity stake, and Jo not forget that he sired the only stud colt that got any of ihe niotuy la I year, w ill personally care for mares sent me and use every precaution, but will not be responsible for I will also stand another nice stallion at a lower price, and thtee fine accidents or escapes, acks. The Grey jack at $10 to insure living foal, and the two Black cks at $8 to inlit ing foal. sure SIRE, REX PEAVINE ALL PEAVINE 4092 R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. V t ,, s.1 t- - ,V , H " 1 l gv S Ashland Brook seller; 27-t- f. r (Ko. 17o0.) Vol. 17 A. T. II. K.. bred by IIu-gItucker, Georgetown, Ky. Ashland llrook was foaled 11)03, solid bay with left hind foot white, lu 4 bands high. PKWGKKK. Sired by Silent llrook, X.i. ItirUO, iccord J:1G the sire of Margaret Bathgate, 2:11 Settle Brook (3) 2:I7?; Lady Bellbrooks, 2:17 Jennie Brook, Elliott Stone (4) 2:17 Lady Brook, 2:30 and Running Brook 2:30, Silent Brook by Darknlght, No 2858, the sire of Scnrchliglit 'J:02 llnghtlight, 1:03 and Vnlpa, 'J :()'. l- -' Darknight shed by Alcyone No. .':i2 record 'Jt:'27. Ashland llrook's 1st dam Puna Wren bv Ash. land Wilkes, lililH ; record 2:i the sire of John It. Gentry, 'J:00 Ashlund WiILes Snllv Toler 'J:00 shed by Hed Wilkes 17 U). he by (Iconic Wilkes, second dam, l.ide Lilly, by Pretender, 1 l.'ill, 'M dam by Jim Monroe Silo. Note. A?hland lirook is a handsome horse with lots of suhtnuee and we feel sure in offering to 'the public the sun ire of him that there ure very few bis equal, for he has already proven himself to be, a breeder Miysurpnsseil, for he" is a 're of the kind of horses the public arc looking'sfiir today. His colts all luiu-goocolor and bae that nice way of going with the speed of trotters. They all possess the looks of a fine snddle horse in fact they meet with few, defeats in the show ring. They manners. Ashland linvc perfect llrook will make the present senon (it $lo to iiisiuc u living colt. JI-J. 2-1-- 4, 1- -4 1-- 4, -', 4: THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THE FARMERS & i . 'CWj'r 0 m- - - - W. m SaWfcWr tf'tftottHfpYlr' ''YtVfW?! H ?r y '"" -' For Snle. good ns new. BcmU tobacco 1'. L. Heck. , i t MMgM(Py . .liJsVsWt K 'SSSSBjSnKfe JiImBBB jjL''" WJBELJmm . "b lit NO. 922, VOL. 11, NO. 54, BY CROMWELL, NO. 73, BY NO. 64. FIRST DAM, BELL BY RHOD-ERICWASHINGTON DENMARK, NO. 104; SECOND DAM BY DENMARK. ED SADDLE STALLION OF KENTHIS CHAMPION FIVE-GAI- T TUCKY, WHICH EVERYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES KNOWS HIM BOTH AS A GREAT SHOW HORSE AS WELL AS A BREEDER, WILL MAKE THE SEASON OF 1912 TO A LIMITED1 PRESTON SIRED BY WASHINGTON, K, NUMBER OF MARES, AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING ALSO FOR SERVICE PRESTON, 3-- JR.V ' COLT. ir i By Preston 922, first dam Mamie Wilson, by Ogdenburg, second Jam Katy Maloy, one of the best show mares the state ever produced. Fee $15. Jreston, Jr., is a light bay horse with four white feej to the 4 hands high, a horse of good conankle. Three years old; 15 formation, short back, great shoulder, long neck and good foot and bone. Has been handled very little but has style, action and shows great speed. See this horse before you bo ok your mares and I know you will look no further. Both will make the season at my stable in Crab Orchard, Ky. Will keep mares on grass at $2.50 per month, but will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock. Lien retained on colt until season is paid, Season is due if mares are traded or parted with or bred to other stock. I will sell at public miction Monday April 8tjj, county court tiny, my splendid stnllion, by Don Vnrrick, dnm n Jny Itlrtl nmre. 27-- 2. Mrs. Julia Sims, Stanford. 1 will fell tint horse nbotit two o'clock in front of Dear.Iey's stable after the Horse Show. I Mill stnnd n six-- ) car-ol- d jack nt my farm on the Preachcrsville and Stanford pike. IIo gets good colts and is sure breeder nnd will stnnd at fS.00. fl. C. Anderson Let tlie "interior Journal print your horse iiml jack cards. Neat work done promptly at rock bottom prices Nice blue grass lnrm, of 103 acres within two miles of Stanford for sale. Apply to Adolph Von Grucn.-gn22-t- f , Tor Sale. l'air of matched mares five years old, work single or double; also pair of aged mare mules, and a good driving horse, five years old. Will sell either privately or to highest biAler court day. Seo them nt Nitnnelley's stock pens. "ST 27-tJ. Myers, Stanford. For Sale. One brood nnd work mare and buggy. Will be nt Myers House stnble Monday if notsold 11. C. Carpenter. sooner. The Lincoln County Farmers Union of the" F. K. & C. V. of A. will meet at Stanford courthouse, at 10 A. M., on April 8 J012. All members and speakers of adjoining counties are fraternally invited to be prVeiil. Win. Lnndgrnf, Sec. V. M. Dodd will stnnd a saddle horse at his burn in lltistonville this 'season. See him here Monday or rend, his pedigree in nest Friday's paper. three-year-old 22-G- p. n. p. high-cln.-s are invited to consult this bank on all points relating to investments, the purchase of bonds, stocks or other financial matters. It is the business of a banker to know about those things. Our sen ices are entirely at your disposal. Nothing is too small for our attention. Yon may save yourself loss. Come in today mid let us talk it over. 'wBWt Stanford, Ky. Deposits $71,593.85. Capital $50,000. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., w. l. Mccarty, Pres. King Eagle No. 2.VG. Vol. 0, A. S. II. It. King Kagle is 1G hands high, dark bay with flowing mane nnd tail, goes nil the gaiW with plenty of speed, style nnd ac G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. M. B. SALIN, Cashier. J. 0. EADS, J. S. RICE, V. Pres. SALBERT PHILLIPS, JORDAN PEACOCK M h Highest Market Prices For Furs. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. is Added By Dick Scudder to His tion. Stud at McKinney. Pedigree- - Sh'ed by Hoyal King 'Jj" he by. On Time. 745, he by Dick Scudder, of McKinney, made Stonewall Jackson 72, Itoynl King' a visit to Adair county this week first dam Mollie Mouutz, 3581, was and brought back the celebrated by the noted sire Cubbell's KexingM Peacock toll F. S. King F.ngle's first dam Hip saddle stallion, Jdrduu 1148, which he has leased from W. :i57tl, she by Eagle Hird 1011, he by CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. L. daily, of Uradyville, and will Old King Eagle. 750, second dam stand this season at his stable at by Ifed Lion 3rd dam by Harris' DenMcKinney. Mr. Scudder found that mark, he by Miller's Denmark, 45, 'the calls on him for a high chi-- s fourth dum by Jim Hell (thoroughsire were so heavy that he could not bred.) accommodate them nil with All Pen- Note. King Eagle is a combined vine. so he determined to secure stallion, u breeder of combined hors stallion, and af ses bis rolls all have good colors, another ter lookimr over the field, concluded' with size, high stle and action. He that he could find no better than is 'also a sire of the most looked for Jordan Peacock, a creat show horse. bor.se today; that is the plantation which has siied a large number of horse. They all have a nice ruuniag Mr. Scudder will have walk and their canter is perfect. His winners. cards out in a few days giving full get are in demand and always brim; particulars. the highest prices. King Eaglt. will make the picsent season at the low HORSE SHOW DAY price of .$ 15 to insure a living colt. " DOCK GREY WAR TRACE Big Bunch of Handsome Equities W will also stand the great Shetland pony, 38 inches tall; owned by Hugh Reid Foster will Expected Here Monday young Jack War Trace at $10 for make the season of 1912 at $10 to insure a living colt He is by an imported pony that cost $1,000 in the 'Shetland Islands and is regarded by mares and -- 0 for jennets to insure is expected in Slan-foi- d a living colt. War Trace is black A big horsemen as the best pony in Kentucky defeating all comers in the show next Monday, County Court with white points 15 Mares hands liili. ring of 1903.. Lien retained on all colts until season is paid. parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits insurance and money becomes due day, if the weather is anything like He was sired by Great Eastern 11 he pretty. Apnl Couit day is always by imp. Tav Paver 'that sold for Will make the season at my farm. lloie Show Day. Then are no .s:i,'J()(l. His dam was by the imp. JOHN B. FOSTER, .Stanford, Kentucky. finer saddle or heavy horses found Great Eastern. War 'Place's dniu uuywhere in the country than are by Hedfoul Htur, he by Ezell Sun sired and bied riuht here in Linco'-I'ouu- t, light. and the handsome fellows Note. This jack has proveirhim-sel- t will be on exhibition and be put to be u great breeder for mules though their puces here that day. for his roll.s sold last fall as high as The Interior Jouniul has been kept !?110 hor.se mule iolts to $'2 for bu-- y this week, getting out somo mine mules, so yon see ill offering very hund-ou- te cards for a number th service of this gieat jack, we of breeder, and fiom present indi- are otfeiing one that is second to cations the prospects are 'that this nolle. TIMES GETTING SHORT, BETI Ills jack has also proven will be a banner year for the himself to he a great jeiiuett jack, TER DROP AROUND AND SEfor he has the finest head and ear, WE LECT YOUR FOOTWEAR. and as much foot and bone ns any AND ARE SHOE SPECIALISTS, The management of the opera jack living and ns like begets like, IN WILT TAKE PLEASURE hou.se will give two shows, Friday he has departed thu same to his jack SHOWING YOU OUR LINE. RE. and Saturday lu'ghts, tlur't will be and jennet colts. pleasing to the show going public. MEMBER, WE MAKE A SPECIALEQUITY. Five thousand feet of moving picTY OF CHILDREN'S AND MISSES We will nlso ofler for public serCome and vice this great tures will be shown. SHOES. Jack. He is bring your friends. Admission only black with white points. I lis head 5 aifd 10 cents. and ear, foot and bone arc second to none, with style and action like a mule. He is sired by Yelhertoa, Jr., first das: by Dr. Wood, second dam by imported jack. Yelbetuti, ' -3r Jr.. the sh of Equ'fty is now nt the head of Mr. 'P. II. Adams' herd of jennets, nt Lexington, Ky. In offering this jack for public service we .feel sure we ure offering n great breeder for competent judges mm 111.' gifltvmnB sny that be was the best breeder in ffl 'vMiilM iff Montgomery county, his colts ulways hi inking the highest prices. TIJs great juek will innkc the pre. sent season at 10 for mares anil t'-'-O for jennets to iusuie a living THERE IS REAL PAINT colt. All of the above mentioned UNDERTAKER AND BMBALMKR and also some stuff mixed with stock will make the present season 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY. cheapening materials that is not of 1912 at our stnblo 2 'J miles Seeus before you Bel!, get price Office Phone 167. Heme Phene 35. worthy of the name. If you have west of Stnnfoid on the Shelby City in country or delivered. had experience with the fatter kind pike. Mures traded, parted with or you don't wunt another. If you bred elsewhere without our consent FIRE haven't tnke our advice and don't foffeitf? the insuranco and money beSURETY BONDS experiment. Huyour real paints comes due nt time of such transacand sne yourself .disappointment tion. For information call on or adB. M. NXWLAND & Itobert Wood I dress S. 'P. Hurris I nnd money as well. TAN FORD, KY. 3, Stanford, Ky. 153. Ky. Phone PHONE Stanfwi. J. A. ALLEN. Almont Dare A. S. II. K. 3323 J. C. BAILEY, Sired by Dignity Dare 10112, he by Chester Dare 10, he by Hlack Squirrel 58, hc by Kim; William 07. 1st dam Toxaway 405S, Also registered in Vol. 10, A. S. II. U. She by Abdallah Mnmbrino 3715, he by Almont 33, 2nd dam Iadv Davis bv Crit Davis, by Haurbon Chief; 3id dam Multie S., by Foreign Light, by high-clas- Foreianer, by Impoited Olenco; 4th dam Hvt I ie C. by Cunninjrhnm's Copperbottotn. Nole. Almont DAre is a show- horse under saddle, in harness and by halter. A breeder second to none his colts from grade marcs bringing respondence nnd inspection invited. from $.100 ot weanlings to $500 mid . $000 $1,00(1 at 3 to 4 .cars-Hustonville, Ky. was of S. T. POWELL, fered for bis dam at 2 years old and $400 for bis 2nd dam when horses were cheap. His 3rd dam could rack ns fast ns a good hoi? could run under whip and spur. He is a pretty Isiy 1(1 hands mid weighs around 1200 pounds, docs fl distinct gaits all good and fast. One full brother sold for $3,000 nnd another reported sold for $1,500 nnd onc sister, Toxy Dare oftired $1,500 f.rr. Pretty good breeding don't you think T Season 1012 nt my stnble 2 2 miles from Hiistonville on Liberty pike nt (o insure live colt. Money due when colt is foaled, mare parted with or bred elsewhere. Oras at $2 per month nnd all stock will have my personal attention but will not be responsible for nccidents. Cor1-- ( 1- -- IN WILTON VELVETS, AXMINIS-TER- S, Only Eight Days Now to Easter. INGRAINS, ETC. LATEST PATTERNS AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS. CUT TO MEASURE OF ROOM WITHOUT WASTE. ALSO IN ANY SIZE DRUGGET YOU WANT SEAMLESS AND AND WITH OR WITHOUT BORDER. PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. jl ! Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky.' Northern White Seed Oats Crushed Ear Corn Cotton Seed Meal Linseed Meal 10-ba- W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. We Pay J. C. McClary (. rah J Hay, Straw Salt and Coal. All kinds ot Produce, Hides and H. B. Northcott. Prompt Delivery. l-- nd INSURANCE J. H. Baughman Stanford, Kentucky. Co. 72-Ili-