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I'll, OWSLEY STANFORD LINCOLN i.. ...... i, " "" r "- - n,i,i "- - i.nn a,1,, i lowers lovcicti me inrr u nu i COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Tt LSDAY, APKIL 9, 1012 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. Tnft Gets the State Ten out of cloven congressional distncts in the stale went for Taft at the icptihhcau conventions Satur. Ia j, though theie vvere a great many contests and cry of fraud by the Koosevelt men. The Kleventli district was the only one to go for Koosevelt. In (Jariiird, though the Tuft people weie outnumbered tvvo to one, the Tnft men "double cross ed" them and will have the delegation with the credentials signed by the county ehaiiiiiati. Ilo.vle county went for Hoscvelt, hut it was the only one in this lo do so, though there nre a number of contests by the Koosevelt men who chum that they were mistreated. This was the hardest fight the republicans have had in Ken tucky in many year, and the losers nre mighty ".oie." dis-liiet rt'. s. 13 Hnney ITAFTS SWEEPS STATE IN out of Ihe waj it looks FNniD EQUINES ON ... ... ... ...... J,lf". '",l "'" i "" ,,. r.. ..ii l,lu FARM "SIGHT UNSEEN" REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS HEOE MONDAY ' """; PARADE 'nory PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY 'T1 (Mr. Helm was heio last weel: hut it . West And Ras Allen, Who Went Horse Show Day Brlnqs Bin Crowd , was not our good loltuno to meet Lincoln County Goes (or President J1'.? ,,,"l'e"r",, Drath Comes Unexpectedly to Foun- - ''""J Years Aqo Is Much Pleased With O. Walker. Ld .V By Two to One Eleventh For him Fine Hor To Town To View der of Lincoln County National Walk.T. H. A. Walker. K. D. Pen Land He Got Here. Roosevelt. (.iiorgi! Austin was hero .Mondny ses on Exhibition. Dank Friday Nlqht. Owsley Heid, Walter M. iiiin;liiii, J. -t and HWor(. out 11 wan ant fur the Ovvslej, Has Allen, who has been out West Lincoln eoiinly lepubhcain inol lleuiy mid Will Luttrell, .... .1 it ii,.vi,. vI live or six hllll'hed people cuino Dr. John II. Owslev died nt Ins ii . in Okla-houi- o aiiuing and Vl"ll) Iff II'MIOIIIIJI the llor-- e cliiuginj; them with ntcnlini,' chickens structed for Tnft at the county conhome in this eily on Fiiduv evening lliiltht. H. P. Wood, J. S. Iloeker, to town .Momlav lo see lot the past several jears, has The.v live in the Walltown Hectioii. vention hcie Siiluiday by a vote of etui ned to Kentucky, and bought death being line lo a sliokc of npop-li- e J. N. Meneree, T. D. Newlaiid, J. . b,w. Apnl eoint ilaj is alwiijs 'Iheiu is bind to have heeu about two to one. Dr. K. L. DaviAlconi, .1. II. IIiukiiis. .Show day m Lincoln county. nice little fin in m the King's Hore hail Let ii confined tn Ins home ahle ilriuikelines-- t m Yosemito ns louutaiii section. The peculiar fca-ui- u mid the ovvneis of the blooded Sulimlay mIit. A couple of fights son wns endorsed for T" lor sciciul months on account of UMKIHinU about his return is that he ,iwlllnV nml of the fciblcnc-- s inciilciit to advancCiplilirH )iau tllUlU Ull Jr"rff of small dimensions are said to have ehairman of tli,. county committee bought his plueu in Lincoln county uumed comtiosed ing Jems, lint of late he hail been i been engaged in. You will likely nml a e.immittce jmi the... through their sight unseen" and is delighted with stcmldj improving mm1 was in the Lost Game for High School at Lon. the entertauimeiit and on ot heat mine about it later on The Tuft faelioii of his f i iemls. .. I nn he tiadc he made. nu IIUI., UHf MVUI MWr sticcls the ilny hefoie his death. vvhuli alwavd uttenc. ilie bur llnoin: was victorious all ulonjr thu Hue .Mr. Allen got the farm of about The grim 1 caper has liccn Iloisu bhow this iear htoiiflit out LICENSE UNTIL NEW ii and "rubbed it in" good and btrong need from K. 1'. Dennis, of 'Ihe llitth School hall team went u splendid exhibition of lnj;Ii class good old men of late of our LAW GOES INTO EFFECT upon llicir opponents, the "lily avcttcvillc, Ark., known as the old mid it is the cause of universal sol-roto London Kntiinlu) and were lo-- I animals. Nearlj ult the luiinliar icKcc plueu near Kmgs'Mou.itaiu. whites.' that Dr. Owsley has heen added filled hv the Sue Dennett Memorial slalliulis wele on hu.nl, whllo tlle.e le had some irropcrt ni Oklahoma, to In-- . Iit of victims, for this tiam hv a stor,. ol 7 to (I. Tim wetu soiiiu liery io.insste.s which Council Gives J. W. Accy Permit to There was no doubt but that the mil tradid it to .Mr. Dennis for the Tn f I lollowers easily outnumbered Conduct Soft Drink Stand Unowe much In the fact that local hovs say that they would not attracted a Rreat deal of IuvuiiI.Im arm ut King's Mountain. Before The big the I'oeVclt Kepilblicuiis. the gi eater ioitiiiu nf his life was have been defeated had not the home. eoiiimeiit, til June 12th. HUSTONVILLE and will undoubtedly mi.! ttiltimi fibwiutiitiiii (mill !.. oing west, Mr. Allen lived on the spent ill it. unguilty of the foimer vvere the co'-or". :" "".' p,u. MT-- ,puiar. like Kobiuson faun, near thu Doyle Of laigli-- h descent on the paternal, the uinpi.e. who. they wi, called a voters' of the party, while most ljcliutiw in u dunk liien-- e was jnaiited to Suit T Miss KHa Harnett, of Hustonville, hue, and was pretty familiar with , ,, xlmftli iurul foul ball fair m the iiuilli iiiiiiih; with , of the I'oosevelt men xve.e white and Scntch-liis- h on the maternal J. W. Accy until the new law fjoes left Saturday to join her sister in liucolu county laud, before he Mile Dr. Owslej was lioin at Plsgnh, two men on liases leuiiif: in iwo whcle they wele visited by hundreds into elfeet, on June 12th, bv the men. A g.eat many uL tlietu said St. Louis to be gone about three ought, so that ho did not take much box score was as fol alter th,. (onventioii that they will in Pulaski enunt.v. Kentucky, Nov- -i niii". Th, paraded their-and in the atteriiooii City Council at its reiil.u meeting vote for the democratic nominee for weeks. hanee in having a place without nibcr .1, IS.I.'l, mid he was one of lows: Allium: those on lower Mam stleet I his Dr. Iturtie Carpenter and mother ookmg ut it. As it was, he secured Inst Thuisilaj full. niht. There was the host of the excellent men out Staiitoid lli'li School. on exhibition we.o: aii it ii vo 1a i: Cecilmn Leal, the ureal trotter, practically no opposition to such out li that section to lead lives of Chairman It. L. Davison called thr returned Sunday from Florida wherb rhat is said to bo one of the nicest " Ii 0 .'t aims in thu southern section of the Usefulness all oer the land. He Waters ss convention to order. A. II. 1'Ioiciice they have been spending the winC. I.. Tate and Jas. .Mess-i- r. by a numThe iietition signed I) 1 ' shown b .' ouuty and both hc und his wife aiu was iioiiimated for chairman by Dr. ter. was one of the several children of Illicit lib that no ber of citiens tiskiu :i 17 " Tarditl (olorcd, while 1. M. Dr. Walter W. Owlej, who mod to Mc Curly II Col. Jack Cliinn of Ilnrrodsburg;, rently pleased with it. Ahnoiit Dare, the crack saddler, hi. Knr.ilcd for n year vv.is preI " I! It Mr. Allen b.ought back will, him noiiiiunted II. II. King. In candidate for congress, in this disihs oount.v iiHiiiv jenr ago ani' I'ennv f iiinler Smith l'owell. 1 .1 (I 1 I :i what-iJ. Hill lib many of placing the mimes of both men . spent Iiih declining jears licie. Chief, Joe Mu.phj's ,'""cat sented to the week giving the horn the west some seed of Oanaiil trict was here last (I I 0 tl (I (I known as Kuftir corn, which the convention, Chairman Davi- glad hand to the voters of this way. Aftei receiving his cleinenlnij' Yiiuer ef whom, however, saw no necessity stalliuii. 1 'J 1! 0 ediiiatinti at the local school in the II. I'oletiiHii rl .. lleuti Nabolh. driven by II. C. for such action ns they had alieady son pointed out that Mr. King hnd He had just i darned fiom Adair rows especially well in regious 1 I 0 I! a vote, Mr. iheic little water is to be had. He lioin. Dr. S. Hill II roiiiiiuiliitv where he was and llauithinali ,, .. looking - mighty ood. jjoiie on lecord as oppo-e- d to firunt-Hi- ; been a bolter. nml Casey counties hot on the trail r i i :i :i o .. Kmbrv i m v i ... . e iiriorence was declared elected giailitiitcd from Centre ii ..i.i" b h going to plant bomc on his farm Ihe licenses tin a e.ir in view lliuvej iiini.iiiii, n. .i. wuini T. Coleman cf ..1 (I 0 (l 0 11 chanmaii and John Ken- of the "Tall Sycamore." Could the in this county and believes that it,, in the class of '.".! and afternew Mie, ilnveii bv Willie Stas and ot the .i aye ot the nedy was eho-c- ii ward ft ,iin one of the lending medi-i- l seeietaiy without Colonel recall nbout twenty jears, fill do here, and pioThTe a line A rj ; s 'js i'--' i mukiiijcreav.nc, show. Siinhlei' mnji-m- l law bv the Uenei.il Asscmhlj. on opposition. hL. could give Mr. Helm the "run of colleei", of New York, after gainst mix danger of a shoitage of Dh k t All was had rather waim which he served a teim as nil were his life." Too many jears have lodg The following lie crop in the event of a drought, li cut show holse. the subject between those prescnt-i- ii olfcied and declared adopted by a London. ed upon his shoulder-- , for him to J t - said to ijiake an excellent feed in one of tile New York hosltailey made a K"it hit Can oil the petition, mid the Couucilmeii, All It II 1'0 a i: with his pital- and was then offered hut deor all kinds of stock. joun stallion 1'ieston, Jr. the former uiKuin that it was the using vote, after the temporary or- cope with the gallant Harvey. clined the of surgeon on l Ilaidin Vb ...1 0 M) 0 1 1 known as the Jim Smith lioie. Mi. Allen brought back quite n R. M. and Mrs. Tate, motored to any and every citizen to pe- ganisation had been made penna-lier.dit ol r. 2 :i o o i. : of war.. He then i.ewi if o'te of the Ves-e- ls nnch of stock with him and will than Kiii 1 larrodsburg Kale, Jr.. hauil-oiiiWednesday. per i i :i i) o ever, was shown bv C. 0. Caldwell tition, if desired, and that theshow Kentucky and actively J. Join ef returned to We, the lepublieaiis of Lincoln Mis., Ulack Givcns lias returned eul considerable in all kinds of live was simply to tition 5 1 3 2 Ti 1 end son, of Wavnc-biiiand successfully engaged in the Sipple p the wishes of a larj.'e number of count v, in mas- - convention assembl- fiom a delightful visit to Misses lock us well as farm Ins place. 1 I 2 II 2 0 prui tiee of mcdieine at ('rah Oreh-ii- i Kcliiifc s. ed, iiidor-- e the call for this and the l!eos;e Shclbv's Norman stallion, Kei.K of Danville. d in this county for several (injury 'Jl o 0 0 1 'J 1 Alto, and K. 0, llicklev's baiulsonie tavpnvcrs coiieeiiiint; an impoitant NOTED PRISONERS PAROLED stutt- - and national conven-tio'i- s. mattci. .1 T. J. Hill, of StantorJ was here 0 1 black yotiuj; l'erchcnin, Samson, xcnis. He relirid from tiraetice and Yadeii if I2 I'or delegates from thi- - the Coiini iluien l'elice and l'owell wer Chailes K. Booe, lornier employe (I II 11 Dcpo-- it 0 'J :i Hank of Stan- Wat kin lb iiigiiiucd the much attention. to the Monday. appointed a cluiirmnu to investigate Sth Co.igre-sion- al (i o ford, the predecessor of the Lincoln c. Joins, e :i (i o 1:1 Mrs. Dan Travlor was. the guest of of 1hL. Auditor's office, convicted of IM Italian! had Don Yarrick, the the extension of water mains out National Coiiveution to he held in cmhe77lci!iciit, was paioled last 1 II Couutv National, IVhruarv 7. 187(1, C. Haulm lb ...1 0 0 splendidly bred sun of Ouwaid SilMi- -. W. 1). L'mui. .Miller stieet. A petition to extend Chica.'o, III., on the 18th of June, her mother week by the 1'iisou Commission. The aid was cashier nf that institution Mr. and Mis. Yirgil Campbell ver. Republican cun- the eoiieicte pavements to the color, 1!II2 to nominate a Ac was based on the largest from its organization until January 10 7 1'J .'Id 1(1 0 and lliuli Cloud, cd llaptist church was rel'cired to ihihite for I'lfsideirt we cheerfully vvcie bete for n few hours Mon pan tin I oil I're-to- n petition ever filed before the Sate 1. I'MI'i. when he leliied and east O. Walker's air ot and heait.ly indo.-- e and instruct for day. the stieet committee. Prison Commission. ln mantle on the shouders of V. M. & T'vo base hits Kmbry Ja-pvc.e shown under halter ,and looktil Geoige Bradley te in Lexington Councilman I'd Wilkinson iutio-duee- d our fellow countrymen, Geo. I). Klor- y Bright, whom he had trainid iroiu Jones, Sipple. lit ding's, Hilbert Judge Booe had scived, in better than eve.. Tin- - is a pan to for a few days. an onlinaiice granting n new em e and C. C. Wallace. hi- infancy. hist, tluee jears of a thirteen-xeSaciifice Hits- - Js. Hill, MiCarty. in aw to. I'mdelegate- - to said National fiaiicln-- e to the Stanfoul Water In many .ii. Klla Darnette left Saturday Dr. Owsley was sentence for einbezzlement of Slidcil liases Lewis, Ynilell, C. hulscs One ol the hand-iiine- -t Ice Co., its old franchise Convention from this state nt huge for TouUxillo where she will visit money fiom the State treasury. The i leniaikahle man. Though .lone- -, J. Hill Kmbiv, McCan.v'J, IL sieli was J. XcWli Caltei's lualil- - Light ii francln-- e II. H rail ley, W. a few dajs hefoie leaving for St money taken was above ?3r,00D, and we iudoise lion. Win. cxpiiiug this jcar. The he had no pre won tiuaiieial tunnColciuau. wluel' 1k i nt 1'cichctoti, Voltaire, was sniiniitteil to tlie City Attorney D. Cochian, Ld. Franks. I inpne quite a good lot of it was recovered, ing he deeloicd into a first-clas- s Williaiius Loudon, Louis. eieated lots ol t.ivoi.ible talk. We iinloi-- e the administiation of for eMimination. luiaiHier immediately after taking K. II. Powell went to Lexington fiom bondsmen, against some of Seiner Coleman Stantonl. iS. I'aiiish had on exhibition Ciess Mes-r- s. II. C. It.iughmau and J. ? i'le-iileWin. II. Taft. and the wi-- e Wedue-ila- y Hi-- , h.iuk up the diitii'K of to xteit his wife who is whom case- - are jet pending. Booe, oiinj; animal Ke Mokl, Iloeker iciiic-le- d ii splendid patiiotic mi additional arc and course jiursiicd in pio-piiIroiu the lirst and was TURNERSVILLE SCHOOL a sou ot old Ke reaviue, winch light on Somerset avenue, which National affaii by Ihnt great Ken- - there for treatment under a nerve as claim clerk in the office of the Mioli lcoglllcd as one of tile most I State Auditor, xvas enabled to cover HONOR ROLL FOR MARCH. -- how ed his il.i-- - all over. was lefeired to the Light committee. 1111 1.11111, 01 wi.oiu we are jusiiy specialist. substantial institution- - ot the kind in the stealing thiougli sevctal jears Jr., bad .Moikiiu S. ll.iuhman, Mi- -. Sandy Cnipcuter and attracpiouil. rnitcd State- - Senator, Wil- the lomiliv, not oul at home hut by means of 11 detective voucher Mi Coiiniu k, his two little hhellauds in fine shape Orade 1. James BROKEN-HEARTEtive daughter were gnets of Mi. MOTHER o among the tiuaiieial icntlc 111 li.ini 0 Connell Iliaillev. and we also i ne commis-io- ii and had lots ol iinpiuic- -. .Vomhiiiiu .llllllel". J. UK VlOMI. Wednc-da0. C. KiffL. iiiiloi-- e his sueceftil the utie-- . On tin- - acoiiut he could another noted in tin .M. Tike bad ihe line oiin- - sal- - j y. (.rude '2. Jessie Sunilu-kWrites to I. J., About tha Killing of The candy pulling I'liday evening pei"-o- n fnvor-ubl- r in behalf of nlwu.vs get all the il li.ii'kmtr that of Jiime-- . II. Pani-- b, the for(.r.iile II. Kutli Spears, Virginia lion Washington Jewell, which lie il given bv the Das" Knll Club was mer Owensboio banker. Parri-- h was to the gieat tobacco interest he her Sun at racreiant! in tune ot depiction, will s,in, near Uttciihciin. ciiiihtttl to l.Viil. -- llul of ibis state and the Union soldieis laig"ly attended and all enjoyed tho seixing a five-jesentence nt nih thcicbv t'ol Sam II. mi- - and K. II. Woods (iiinle I. Dillie (iiolbeiiy .Mis. allie J.. .hu pin, mother oi looking towaid an inciciise in pen - ' weather the linaiicial flumes that of the ninny courtesies Fildjville jiiison tor receiving dewen- - liistiibuting eiiculais ol their .1 Huby Sviis, Hubert drnile pcitodiiullv sweep the country. posits alter the hi- - bunk became inlliook and Kim; Geoige .Minpliv, wiiu was Ullui b sum- - to tlio-- e biaxe sohheis and of Pi of. and Mrs. lobinon icat sue- Sandll-ke As u judge ot human natuie, Di. MiCoimack, William oei ut Nloiel.iiHl lor loiuageous men who fought to Mis. It. IS. Cmpenter mid Dr. Ber- solvent. Pairi-- h hud been confined MfiW, which aie well known in tin- - K.iviuoiiii was iiliniMt intallihle. He Dewev Sauduskv. tbi- - I'nioii. wHii.li .xoel was lined $loi) l)$ a juty and vvho-- e d from for about tluee xeais. tie Carpenter have leturned M'CllOII. was ulwuj Mif hel.er of joting (rude 7. Ida Mm tin. and Floiida where they spent the winter, Dick Scuilder was cttiii lots of lii conn lieie, wiilLs tlif I. J. Itiat clining vein- - should be p.is-e- d men who wet,, woilhj ot it, and CRAB ORCHARD (Snide S. ami bis wile weie enjoyed b them in comfoit nml ttoth nte much pleneed with ib iinit. Sanilust,,', Mnr-fjai- iiiipiiries abiiut JokI. in l'cuioik sain Minpliv helped them III the lie-- t of all way uu.udiiig at the hotel in .Moid. tint pea v. Ki.iitt, Om Lee Siuidisk. The Christian Kiidiav or ami Bapwlilih hi; has icieutlv seciiMil. south. bv putting them in a position lo We heieby select for precinct John K. Il.iuhmaii wiu telling his anil licoic .Mnipliv and His wil people gave tist Mis. ilelle Lewi- - Mamctt, of Dana xeiy Dr. mid Mrs. 0. B. Fallis and a -Iiw.mi1. Mluiitt lo help themselves. 'I'l.c sccuntv that ville, is visit ni)' Mi--- . J. N. Cash. i... Wiitmmi. ami little weie visaing tlieiu at delegates for tin- - county mid lis tiaetive daughlcr Mi Clata of enjovable Kaster Pingiimi Sunday i Chii-tia- n he piclciled wu tlie possession of mm a tlie tune ol the. uiiloiluiialu atl.ur. mct'iber- - of the Republican Incen cbiiich. Mi. and, Mi's. Ilciuy (Sooch nr iiJso a coiipic in line jiicks Danville, weie lieie for n few hours night ut the ... ii... i ii.. i... .i i... Mi-. !:..!:-Iand nttrgnty hy the pcnoii King'- - Mountain visited .datives l .Uiupliv wntts tii.U her sun tive Comniittce of Lincoln count" Messi- -. N. II. Toy nml C. C. Coy, ';' Situidny. , 'while Ninth Ilaiighuiaii aNo ills. .liil nut gu in the auto with tliu ot!1 .mil for the seveiul )iiiciiuts theie-o- t of Muili-oi- i. 4lisinu a loan. Seines ot our liiot ,nerc ,iii- -i . vvei'K. weie guests of L. L. tiibuteil i aid- - of hi- - jack and men owe ihen siieeii.s lo the lollowing 11. lined icpiiblicin-- , Sanders Suiidnj night. ei voting men to Hustonville lli.it Je-s- e .Manning mid fauiilv of Mr. HUSTONVILLE HONOR ROLL Slicthinds. hold said them at the iMiniinv the tail that he I Mis. K. I'. Thomp-ou- , for of Lancasmoiiiiug limiting a drink, who Stanfoiil -- pent S'iday with his J. I'nihi.v, Jr., was lcieiviug nor had iliauk an wlii-kIn olthe peiiod of four x ears a- John SpclliniiP Ktffe, Carey Hicks ter, is with his daughter Mr-- . Alvin lime when thev could otter no se- I lit' liainl-oin- e lieie. it maiix inipniie- - about hi- bv our lMitv law. save their honor. it i it der to show thai .ilr.Oluiplrv was John Wesley Iloeker, Annie Hicks, Holmes. Mi--- . J. T. .Martin spent Sunday little Shctlmiil Dock, while John It. not iul.td up hi tlie cloud ol l.iious-ei- s Nunnellej-- . Lm'ininu Chil-dei- s, Miss Katie Melvin sient seveial knew no IioiimI. Stanfoul N... I. J. W. Aiey. Ill eneix.v was letting bis fi iemls know t liul latal la, the luothcr points Though hi wink in theh.ink was with her daughter. Mi. J. W. Pick. Stanfoul No. '.'. Geo. W. Genii v Iluiolil Childcis, Annie Gay dajs with Mis, Jennie Kogers. - again at his place out that it was tcstllicd that wiicn Dock Giev Mr. 1). C. Pajiie. of Il.ubourville, I.e-lWin. Nave, Yowell. Slmifoid No. II. G. D. rioience. Lute- -, mole III. in Mitficicut to keep one mail Her fin mis ure glad lo know that that this season. tor she is able lo hc out. his tle-i- lc Slaufoid No. 4, Win. Coulier the.v came back lloni Ague- the liilv. it did not -- utl-tv ISuell. lLnnnou Barker, is in Ciab Oichaid for a vi-- it with Wnvne-biu- g Mis- - Anna I'lovd, of Hustonville, No. 1. T. J. Iluileson Annie S. lSejnold- -, Laura Sandidge, homefolk-- . hihn: and he vv'.i most ot the tun' men llu.u Haiiudsbuig culled lor a MIDDLEBURG Waxne-hm- g Mr- -. M. Y. Siglcr. xvas brought Lair, Cat roll No. 'J. William Meeks ISeid Conway. Je-s- ie and bum and George .Miuul'" opci. iluc two oi time inim in ad- was the guest of .Mr .ami Mr. W. 11. loom Waxne-bui- g on dition, uiltniui-lcliii- g No. II. A. G. r.iulkner Allen. Lthel Builon, Kobeitn Blain. lieie Tuesday mid buiieil in Crab Muiphy Satuiilay. weiL. standing talking ot. thu vc. aul'li-da- y Journal due hele and guuidiati lor di, ol the hotel. "Uuu ol the men ult'ig as t in-tClub Oiebaiil No. 1, Ileliv IIow-.lll'.ugenc Sinigciis, Dunn Sandidge, Orcliiu d cemetery. She was in TexMir. 1'. P. Gooi h and chihlicu. of The Inteiior vi-came ilt.iggmg in Maud.ix attet-nooi- i. asked who timt lilimhcts o oinhaiis besides being Mi Kiniiev. ar,. Mini was tulLiii," Obi Williams, Mitliudn Xaxe, Paul as on a it when she died. her patents looking liicd. the udviser ot the gieutci pint of Mi. ami .Mis. J. W. Gooch. her - glad lo know that J. F. to. The stud u was Mini's biothci. Ciab Oichaid No. '.', K. D. Xoakes Willis, G. C. Lxoi.s, Walter Mo-e- r, will clo-- e The guided seliool Holilam, of this place, hits been apthe i omiiuiiulv on all mailer.- - per llllstolivilb; No. 1 T. J. Hell, Minion Lipp-- . Hunter, of Lexington, Thin silax with an cntci'taiumeut at Thex said they wanted lo meet him. Kio. all having pointed circuit clink. tinning to Hustonville No. '', J. A. lllain. The ptopiietor ot the hotel too'-theinteresting senium Sun- the Cliii-tia- n iliuieli at in hi judgment, hi- - advice pleached an No. ii. Lee .Manning. to their loom and they -- ent YOU RISK NO MONEY night. va- ticelv souuht ami i lieei Inllv day morning and evening. SOUTHERN RAILWAY Hustonville No. I, Oia Gooch. him back to mute Sam una Gcorgu Ja-u- H Law horn has had some ,'iven. lie was likeui-- e a vei.v ch.n-itahWt. heli'hx -- eleit the following Our Reputation and Honey are Back up to their room and lhe,v seal 'lie of the Season First Lxenr-io- n needed inipioveuicnt done on the GolNAPIER SHARP man. Ni vxoithv nppeiil delegates ami alternate', to attend of This of(er s Sunday, April 14, Sunday Hold, and he tells u- - that K'coud tunc beloiu thev went. Whe'i both muilc to him hi vain, j was It. 1'. Sharp, a pioniinent coal op-- 1 den Dawn the Male convention to be held the.v got to the loom tuev hud -- 01,10 Lexington. J)au Between Loui-vill- e. thoilvth he had no iMtiiuie with in the pnispccls tor a piotitable seaused ville, Georgetown. in the cilv of Louisville, Kv on t lir of Cential Citx. Miihleiiheig Lawrenceburga We pay for all the medicine ilolcnc,. and was not uilluc,' In cll- - ciator son me quite tlutteiiiig. Onlcin for bottles ot mult mead. Then and coiinlv, and Mi-- s Miiilclme Napier, water have alieady begun to come t hot e Noel iommcui.cd with his pis- mill int. mid the District conven- dining tlie tiial. if our teincdy fails llariodshurg. Shelbjville .undYer oiua'.'e ' tion to he held ut Sbelb.x vill(, on tlie to completely idieve you of consti- sailles and inlet mediate stations" in tol. The icsiilt vou alieady know. the beautiful and accomplished III ,11111 i...- i.... lll.llll' .., ... .....i Hi- I,,, i,;., ,.i.. c?l.Vl i .(.,I'or more than 1(1 .veavs he wawcwnrai ihe following well known pation. We take all the tisk. You nto each diieclion. lllgill, lib in-- i. be d.ttsghtrs nf Mr. and Mr. T. W. Ns meul;. "On thai i iiiliiinile riii'iiii mill imsmess 1 hud bet vv en Lexinctoji, Danvillo5 not obligated to n- - in any way whatand had fallen to licpllbllcillls, t, ictncd Mis I'minie Lind Kouilty has of .Mr. S. II. Sliank-- , ami it pier, weie united in the holy bonds Dclegules. G. M. Duv.son. G. D. ever, if j oil accept our offer. Could nml Louisvilfujfqi slep when a nip at inv door awoke that Lot Ii should he tak- of mnliimiiiiv at the home of (he pucuiHoiiin. is , J. A. lilniii, Jus. Giubbs, niiv t liinir bo mote fair for xou? Is 1011111I tiip; tickets limited to letitri me, about hall utter leu o'clock, and rioreiu-ctinn iiud at Initio in C'nili Oicliaid on Mauday .Mis. t T. Allen and tier sister, en in les than a ucckV I'lonmtiomitel 'xour sou Suit) T. J. Dell. G. W. Gentiy W. I). Tnr. Iher,. any reason why xou should on date ot sale. pint es not ii ht one's lliiow distant evening Apiil M. by Kev. J. 0. LivMis. I'. O. Ilarger, of Libeitv, weie a mosseiigir Iiiu inles between illll'l IlleilLlte. itll Geoige bus been dil, A. L. Cuuhler, .1. J. Gieen, Juf hesitate to put our chiinis to n ptae-ticDr. Owslev was fut nun lied to ingston. A wide cilcle of fliellds on the back S.ituidav en unite home sent me tor .xou. ti-- t? Logan, lletrv Howard, tions. Consult aiiv ,SWllMf6i''1! Ml- -- Sahia I!, l'eniiiniiloii on May 8, lioin visiting (heir lalhei, Mi. ,1. J. shot' Oh! The tioguy ot that mom- Mack, II. II. will wish them evciy liiippiness. common-sens- e A iuo- -t scientific, wav Agent or wide II. C. King. ( r; hient. As soon as 1 could gel le.uly, A. G. Faulkner, John Kennedy, T. .' was Messed heiiou-I- v lS.lfi .and this union ill at r.llintl, who lllllle-01J. W. Aeey. Oia Gooch. K. tieatiuent is Kexiill Oidcilics. which Lexington Kv D. II. Todd. DP, 1'.. 1. Owsley, we stinted ami thioiigh the daik with tvvo ehililien. Mr. home near McKiuuey. biings ninny ('oHtiput1on Ky.. JyC BemjL, me eaten like candy. Thev arexery ILouisville. 1lic well knovvii hanker of Coliiiiiliu- -, McD. Kogle vvii.. down Saliiiday bonis of the night, diove -- - miles '). Nonks, Win. Coulier. in its tiaiu ami is the llarii-oi- v Alteiunte-- . Gialiam, pionouuced, gentle and plenunt in AGFA. St. Louis Mfl When we ni livlu and Miss Mattie Hays 0vley, .Mr. .villi my daughter. to see his lather and mother, cause of iniich sickness. Keep and Mrs. J. C. Fogle. Steve action, and puiticnlaily ngtceable in who died when hlooiuini; into woed and beheld hi- - piostiate fuim, Gicn Five. Geo. Arni-tiona, When a niedicim miut Dixe, 1'iof. Uolieit Diiilm xour bowels lcgular madiiin, and loe eveiy way. They do not cau-- e His second wife, who manhood. John Q. Itowlanil went to Liber- the bed nil coveicd with blood, the na'tisea. llatuleiice, giipiug m to xo.uig ail, Joe li'eeil, 1 chihlicu it should him, was Mi. Maiy Miivivc j ou will escape many of the ty Thin sdav on business. Key. and room all coveivd vi'th blood, his Cheiuiult, Win. Adam-to tiiliu,it'ir'Viherh.iiit inamed ments to which women ate subject. Mi- -. (. T. Claunch visited lehitives clothes nil eo vend with blood, that Jno Cook, 1'. II. Fanner. John Tin- other inconvenience. Kexnll Older-lie- - nlciisniit TenniiiKloii.tn whom he Cough Kcmcilv - made fiom loif ate p.iitieulailv good for Doiemher III. 1871. When a Col- Constipation is a very simple thing, in Mercer hist week. Mr. and Mrs had inn fiom his noble ein. Oh! ier, Joe Phelps, Jno, Leach, Jno. s. aged and delicate lege student he attached himself to but like ninny simple things, it may (J. It. Jones went lo Liheity Sunday What a sad. sad sugar, and the roots used in m lliack for an ol' Skiilmoie Thus. Xnpier, siene We inge xou to tty Kexnll Older-lie- - piepainlion the I'leshvteiiaii chinch and died a lead to seiious consequences. daughter. Mis. Dr. W. G. mother of 7(1 xcuis to behold. Her Glove. to sc(. their at our tisk. Th.ee sues, 10c Said nauieil dclegules to vote ns Hicuiher of that fold. to maple sj iqv tauUllZ JL pkjisaui often needs a little assistance Sweeney. dear child who had lived with her Iteiiieinbei-- . Jim can get a unit upon nil questions coming nml flOc. pood and tlient man was laid This It Geoige 11. Stone was a candi- all his life and was taking cine of It U111. no kui "J'EMf when Cliiiinbeihiin's Tablets are and in this community , to take. . to .e-- t in Ultimo p ,ng8 v,e,.,eierv . whoopji i', I iniK had all this hefoie said conventions nml for the Kexnll ltemeilies indication, much date for Congiess vve believe that her in her old da.vs. Kexnll store cold.. eioiiM and Ihe oulv at our toie i avoid. nine tenths of the voters in Casey lo bear. Theie was no other way pet oiis heieiii instnnled for anil y For sale bvCl.'L.Jt'iu.v, 1 )H ""W PennjV Ding Stoie. endorsed. , ould do hut bear it." would be for him, but with George u 0. I... enn.x. fa llruee. A host of fiiends gutheied ' l" ,,u t.t ir,i,i,. ''""' ";'" r?. -5Pl like. ,. TRADED FOR A LINCOLN I af-ic- i ;-- cull-sul- ci UNE-5IUE- ..3.. U ' c, jw IT w coin-l.iuu.- lv ed pie-nle- iit ne-tio- n. 1 1 1 Coiiui-llman- be-id- le 1 ii-i- Ow-le- Col-liv- tun-poia- iy utitl-hopjoi- nt in-ti- , i- po-iti- ut -- cr pic-cnt- ut, ct 1 er '. i Jnil-imr- -s ar U tn-lii- cr. iit cd n-- D fd ef-fot- ls y. I pri-ion- er legi-lati- ile-iH- ; ar I y, -- -- pie--fiv- Ow-le- v !, rj """" '' "" -- pio-peio- iis Ill-l- ed iis x. pie-eiib-- nl 1 I ne ie ee d. ng Ev-etjo- ne --, con-tnleii- ie Yo-em- le p wa-H- ie n. lu-ie- iiri-:ull- 1 Geoi-getovv- nl - 1, ail-ine- iy jyflfl Jl 1: g, dinr-ihoe'- s fl.il-d.e- n. pei-on- Na-In- ie giNcjL.UlMlar 1 SrS.'S::;;;::; u;c Sm,t ra ., 1 1 Wh ,033TIHWHH0l Lt. THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. SHORT LOCAL NEWS I The "Spring Togs" now on display We have Now Ready For Easter Everything New in the Clothing Line Blue Serges, Tans, Greys, Fancy Stripes and Blacks. i i erior Journal 1172 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Established 'or 4 Snip. nunc, yews IMione lltl), HELTON M. 6AUFLEY,... Publisher KlIK'lllll. II A Inirucrfs llninlHomo 3Ir. Frank Connett ,of Cincinnati, old, perfectly pontic was in Stanford Sunday. Lock liox 2G8, W. 1'. 3lr. I). 11. Unllou went to 3lt. Ver- YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE lino of new leoeiveil in uliilc lliick nml low cuts. Ju- -t Kolim.-oti shoe, Snm 29-- 1 Made by the most skilled workmen J& Sewed with silk thread, throughout j& All Wool : Quality High Prices Low. : : : : : SAM ROBINSON,- Stanford, Kentucky. RESOURCES OF Lin coin County National Bank Stanford, Loans U. S. Bonds and Due from U. S. Treas Kentucky-Comptroller'- s Call of February 20, 1912 S342.2S4.7S Lincoln County Bonds Cash and Due from Banks. Banking House Quick Assets: os.ooo.oo S447, 254. 78 S37. 500. 00 . Other Assets: 4,Os. 78 S 7S, 6O8.87 ss.3O0.O0 S53J63.65 Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars Men's Wear We offer not only the Largest Assortment in CARE of Your Spring needs in Hats, Caps, Shirts and Neckwear. are ready to take good Clothing and Shoes, but w. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. BRING YOUR FEET Along and let us fit them with the Nobbiest of patterns in Lace, Button and Colo nial Oxfords. They Feel Good, They Fit, They look good and please the purchaser ,fe L. SANDERS c al) Orchard Kentucky. fresh nnd cured ner. mrnN, nnd all kinds of oicanicry 3lr and 3Ir. R. L. llcrrv nnd son POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. product. 'l Robeit lVland, or lluslonviile. weio in town 3(oudny. Pcn- All kinds of latest drink'', 3Iiss Majmo Ramsey, is visiting niinotineeincnts in thn column llic 29- nj's Sodu Fountain. hor sister, .Mrs. W. II. Frank in nre of uniulnlatcs for ofllcc, subject Louiwlle. to the action of the ilenioerntio Tho Stanford Wiil.-r- , Light & Ice 3liss .Mary D. Kennedy has Co., has put a linmNomp new ico home from Ilustonvillc, whcie wagon in -- eiviee this. cnson. Willi For Commonwealth's Attorney popular Xreley Stone decointing the she has ben for some time. OF HOYLK. EMMETT I'l'HYEAIt, drier's toot, it makes a swell n of Lnncaster Little Cecil Rat-openranco. For Cotintv Judnc is visiting her grandmother, 3Ir. nnd T. A. MCE, .Mrs. J. II. Hilton. Xow is the time to paint that M. F. XOHTII, Mi- - .1 II Williams and IiiMp-29- liouif. Sec s:s Ivnnv s For Jailer. Tenn., nre with her of Jack-bor- o. PEYTON' l'ARRISH, parent- -, 3Ir. and 3Ir. J. J. 3IcKin-ne- y For Sale or Trade A cood GEORGE DEHORDE nt Mt. Snlem. Mrs. 3IcKinne. 2D-- 2 John Lynn. m murhud a -- troke of panil-i- s, DISK FARMER ium1 ago, nnd is not improving or. WILLIAM II. HESTER Midweek services at the Prc.sby-ti'iin- n rapidly. V. A. CARSON church on Wednexlny eenini r, Mr. and Mr- -. John Mount, of nt 71(1. Services on Sunday April For Assessor have been the reeent guests 14. at 11 A. 31.. and 7:.10 P. 31. At I. L. DECK. seTie- - of special set vices will bt. held ot her brother, 3Ir. J. C. Lynn nnd S. M. OWCXS, bejtinnins on Mondnv trrtl 13, nt family. For Magistrate Jfiwj Jennie Lackey, of Lancaster 7::i0 P. 31. The Rev. S. F. Lognf will be in charge. J. T. RORERTS cninp oxer Wednesday to attend tho Rev. P. L. Urucc will attend the .MeRohert and Etnlrrv wedding. She WILLIAM FIELDS leeting of Trannylvanin Presbytery ,n m 1)le ,u.t ,lf 'Mr joll, nollt J. D. EADS, , . . .. rr .i .. iu iinrroa-uur- s i ipni !im fnn,,ly. A,r"- - T- - Kmcy nxl children, cry Democrats- - feel Kentuekv Col. R. II. li.n.....l.. " f "" ?"' Clark, as a On hard, dropped into tho I. J. of' mf HiK'nMer. hnvo been the guet'ts kindly townrd Champ .retiernl thine, but the great rank l'ue Court day and aid that ho will of Dr. Rtney nud family. -- hortly 3Ir. Raymond llaselden nnd famimid file of the pnity are point' to auiioiince bis candi-diu- y for Aso-!.o- r, subject to tb" ly, tnotortd ocr from Lnnen-te- r, ho very slow about jumping into tho band vngon with the bunch of would notion of the Democratic mirty. Col. Uidiu'ly. Rronaugh is one of the best known be lenders who weie exploited in the 3hss Mnry 3Iiller came down from in Courier-Journa dny or so ago as democrats Id the eastern section nnd Richmond to nttend the 3IcRo'ucrls w oi hns a of friends all over the nt the bead of the Clark fight country who beliee nnd Embry wedding. that he in this state. Editors Sommer, of g 3Ir. Will Walker, of Lonon-te- r, a lewnrd for his the Elizabethtown News, points out work for his party's success. stopped oer on hU way to Losing-to-- i. very pungently that the conference of Clark lenders in Washington was ''Our baby cries for Chamber-Iain'- s 3Irs. W. G. Wither her a "political fnrcc comedy'' composCough Remedy," 3Irs. brother Rev. Chniiie Powell and ed of a bunch of "dead ones." Tho T. 15. Kendrick. n. Ga. "It fnmily in Danville. rren who have assumed the Clnrk is the be- -t couch lemedy on thn 3Irs. Mattic Gi instead, of Louisleadership nre thoe who endeavored market for couch, colds and croup. ville - the gue-t of Prof, J. W. to defeat McCreary for the nomina- For sale by G. L. Pennv. Ireland nnd fnmily. tion for governor, and then tried to 3Ir. and 3h- -. C. E. Tate went to iontiol the platform convention t For -- ale n good work hore cheap Cincinnati ThuiMlay to bee the 2S-Louisville under the leadership of II. C. Anderson. World in Cincinnati. Mr. Wnttcrson. but signally failed. 3Ir. and 3Irs. Will Giens nnd Courier-Journal- 's According to the We will have our ice cream fac- daughter from near Shelown dispach, they are nof attempttory in operation at 3IcKinncy by by City attended the 3IeRoberts nnd wrest control of the party's the 10th of April, nnd wilftnke Embry wedding. Wednesdny. ing to organization in the state, from the pica sine in delivering all orders, 3Ir. A. R. C. Dinwiddie, of Shelby tried and true friends of McCronTy. whether lorcc or small. Try us once City, sister 3fiss 3Iattie, of Louis-villMr. Clark is seriously embarrassed and J on will come again. C. 31. Sip-piwere in town Thursday. ind bandienped by the men who .Manager, 3IcKinney, Ky. 2S-t- f. .Mr- -. John Sam Ow-le- y, of Frankhave gone to the front for him in lin, stopped oxer here a few days Kentucky. on her way to -- ec Lost. Rlack leather grip full of with her babv articles. Reward for return her son, James nt 3Iillerburg, who - repotted quite ill. The Very Rev. Walter Tajlor to 3L. J. II. Williams, 23 R. Summer, Dean of the Protestant In eases of rheumatism relief Episcopal Cathedral of Sts. Peter Lame shoulder is nearly nlwny.-di- ie from pain makes sleep nnd rest posand Paul. Chicago, who was the head of the Chicago Vice Commisof tho muscles, sible. This may be obtained by to iheumnti-sion, hns announced thnt hereafter nnd quickly ields to tho free apChamberlain's Liniment. For lio rnarriacc will be performed by plication of Chamberlain's Liniment sale by G. L. Penny. any of the clergymen attached to For Snlo bv G. L. Penny. the parish until the contracting parCalifornia will devote to limn ties have obtained a "clean bill of A fine 'vein of bnntes ore has beans this year about 83,000 ncres. signed bv n reputable phyhealth," considerably in eteess of sician to the effect that they are bene found on tho fnrm of J. T. I which is nnv fonm r season. noimal phyicnlly nnd mentally, and Snndidgc in Pole county. have neither nn incurable nor communicable disease. If the legislatuie- - of the arion states would enact such a law, with such penalties attached as to insure its observance whnt n boon it would bo to tho human race in the elimination of disenso nnd mentality. The intelligent farmer bis live stock upon this principle nnd thercbv improves his cattle, horses, swine nnd sbeep, but tho men nnd women of the land di-- rc card this elemental law of nature, and ns a consequence, our nsylums nnd hospitals and homes nie filled with children of diseased body nnd diseased mind. No unsound man or womnn has the right to marry and bring into the world diseased children. Tt is both lack of sense nnd lack of heart; and if the individual conscience does not prevent it. then the strong nrm of the law should Field- niered at the icitottlco at hi second clnsi mall. on business. non, Tliur.-dn-y Mr. Charlie ltohon, of Lebanoi., was here on business Monday. 31iss Homer Tinsley, Sr., of U iitiug 31rs. W. K. WarLnn-raster Head Wear We want you to see what we have FpR YOUR HEAD, and we are willing to Take Chances on your buying. If you are waiting for the NEW Hriw., 'l-- pri-mnr- y: n, THINGS in the GOOD GRADES, then we will sell you. We carry a large assortment of the John B. Stetson Hats in the full shape, large size, black and light colors, at Stetson's Stiff Hats at Stetson's Young Men's Styles, in many colors. 13.50 and IS Lnn-ca-te- -- $4.00 $1 $4.00 In lower grades than Stetson's we have an immense assortment of styles nnd colors at u-- rl, ! $1.50, $2.50 and $3.00. CAPS, in both men and boys at M-i- 25c to .50 al STRAW HATS but they are beauties. The yacht or .ailor ha. the call and we arc showing them in the good qualities only at de-er- es life-lon- $1.50, $2.50, $3 and $4 ng Ra-ae- PyJ They are always good; in medi- um and full shapes at $5. 3Iis-sionn- iy 2. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky e. e, d, IIu,-tonvill- e. H7ERATED 29-2- p. LIE m np-phi- ADVANTAGES OVER LUMP LIME: It is Economical, No Waste, No danger of Fire, No Caking, No air Slacking, No Swelling, No waiting for your mortar to season. TRY IT. sub-norm- al W. H. HIGGINS, sgftg are invited to consult this bank on al! 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 senices aie entirely nt your disposal. Nothing is too small for our attention. You may savo your-se- lf loss. Como in today and let us talk it over. Yflllllrwrrii D It Takes Many Features to Make a Drug Store Complete. 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 Organized in 1856 Deposit Bank of Stanford, Reorganized, June 2, 1865, as ii t 'Natiinal Bank of Stanford. Mi If r 11 Reorganized, Oct. 2, 1882, as First National Bank, Stanford. ; ' ' Absolutely Safe. t. H . ' At the service of the smallest depositor. There bceuis io us to be ns much justification for American intervention in Mexican affairs right now, ns thero wns when our government htepped into tho constant cmbro-gli- o between tho Cubnns nnd Spain n (Wen years ngo. Tho upshot of which wns thnt ho assumed a benevolent protectorate over tho island until sho could straighten out her own nffnirs. One revolution treads upon tho heels of another in our southern neighbor, so fast they follow. Why not step in and put an end to tho wholo business by nnnexig 3Ie.icoT R. G. Collins. Postmaster, Uenegnt N. J., was doubled with a severe In grippe cough. He says: "I would completely exhausted after each fit of violent coughing. I bouyht a bottle of Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound and before I hnd taken it nil tho coughing b pel Is had entirely ceased. It can't be beat." Shugars and Tanner. bo Ours is a Drug Store Complete in Every Detail. Drugs, Toilet and Nursery Needs, Rubber Goods, Surgical Supplies, Books, Cigars, STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. w. Stanford, Ky. Deposits $71,593.85. J. D. EADS, J. S. RICE, piihaand hides iSv. II vp?!! L MM lfcT BiV -H H HV - 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 m.' l. Mccarty, Pres. . HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wrllt lor price Wool on ComralNlon. lilt roertljnlathl ad. m. , mjS'Z.fS2''iS!mil G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. M, B. SALIN, Cashier. V. Pres. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. JOHN WHITE CO, LWISVILLE.KY. O ,V-1- - L 5. THE STANFORD SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Dr. W. X. Crnig, of Helen, spent Sunday with his l'ninily lierc. Mr. Kohurt Davis, of Cincinnati, was hero Sunday with friendfl. Mis Mamie. Whilo ha returned homo nftcr a visit to Minn .Mary Cnitwright in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Will Simpson, of Lancaster, spent Friday with Dr. and Mr. W. II. O'Bnnnon. Itcv. William Hopper ,of Purnsido has been at homo ceiernl tlayn with Telativefl and friends. Mi. E. L. Oooch and children, o' l.iHinnkM, aro with her mother. Mr. Similiter at Crab Oiohnrd. Mr. Mary Mullingcr, who lia been alnjiiig with .Mr. W. H. Shank for ee.ve.rnl week, lins returned to her home in Hiehmoiid. Min Margaret nuil Elizabeth Fox, )f Danulle, Imvu been the recent guetls of .Mr. M. S. BuukIiiiiiiii and -- INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Muster Wt K. Sliiignrn, was with relatives in ltiehmond Inst week. Jlra. A. W. Carpenter, of Hunton-vill- e, in visiting Mrn. Jessie Stngg. .MiH.t Bertha .McCIuro is nlilu to b wit Hgnin nftcr Bovernl days illness. Mr. J. 1'. Toltcn, of Lebanon was hero Monday on luisiness. Judgo John N. Mencfeo nllended the big Huscu-l- f peaking in Lotiin-oilf- r. . II, Ilownii Saufley was over from Frankfort to spend Sunday with hid t Mr. J, F. llohhiiM ha.s returned to home m Crab Orchard. Mi. J. II. Lawrence of Mt. Vernon, wa heio whopping Saturday. Miss Mary McUobeit. of DuiimIIo wn iu the. tinin, Satuiday goiiij,' hi 1 t v i to London, Mix Miuiiiu Woods has been the recent guest of Miss Jennie. Higpiiis at Luticiitflcr. Little Isabelle Warren spent Sat urday and Sunday with lclatives i' Crab Orchard. .Mr. Clinton HiiMtiu, family. ' - Miosis. Ij. M. Sutcr nnd Harry ('nmniu. were in Danville, Friday on Imsinesa. Mrs". 1". - - 1). F.nd is her Louis- istcr, Mrs. 0. I. Horsey, in ville. MM Edna Smith of Corhin, who if Caldwell College ii jrrndnatn ith her mint, Mr. this year, w Julln Hughe. MrH. W. H. fioode and daughter MiM Lonnic, nin xv it li relatives and friend at Millcdgcvill. Mr. Wullnco Singleton eniiie hoinn from Lexington, where ho in attendeiid Kntiter vacation, ing sahnnl to with rotative and friomU. family. Walton, editor of tbn Som-emanl son Gaihnrn, came up to take in the ourl day crowd. iMintlimnn, Mr. and Mr-. .Ihn took in the bi(T Miaaionar.v Hxmi-tio- n at rineitinati taut wok. Mr. and Mr. K. .1. Waller, of Imiavillo, are vinitinir thWr daughter. Mr. Thumaa Ends. Jllas Marin Crawford, who in attending srhool at Kiehroond, apont K'Teral days with her parent hero Mr. niid Mr. .. W. Crawford. Mr. J. I'. Coyee, who hn been upoadinc the winter with her sister. Mr. .1. T. Haekley. left Tne-da- y for her home in San Antonio, 1!. et orw to Louivill( Saturday in 0. 0. Bomdey'a Overland oar. Mimr. J. Hay, and (1. I.. Hwley, (1. Boazlcy W. W. motored Mr. f. Tiino . Mr. .T. W. Sweenev nnd dnnehter Maltha Wnrd. and Mr. Guv Davidson nnd son, Robert Bnton paed thronsh here rriday, on their way to Louisville. Toxa. Mio Kncenia Hubble, who ha been attending ehool at ltiehmond ba returned to her home in On Inot I'ridav evening Mi Map-K- Stare entertained n number of her friend-- . Thoo preent were Allie Vnnti. Lottie Cnron. Mi? flrr.rc Mer. Philliivs, Itrndv and Lena Palmer. Loean MeCall. S. Albert William Wileher nnd Hudthe son Bohon, of Dicho ,of Lnndon in Ilallott. visiting her aunt, Mis. George, Mar-iiSHORT LOCAL NEWS Miss Snllio MoWhnrtor wns down from Crab Orchard, Snturdiiy shopIfoom for rent over W. II. Iliggins' ping. 'JS-- J Mr. .1. II. Honaker, President of store. the Telephone Co., was Wool -- nek nt Stntc Ilnnk & Tnut in town on biiHiue. Misinr. J. C. Koynold. Coo Mo-e- r Co., tag wool nicely. ). D. Knds & and S. A. Phillips wont to Lon- Son. don, Saturday to cheer our boys in the irame. Sec Fish &. Bromley about that inMih lleilhn .Iaokon upent Sat surance policy today. It is better urday and Sunday with iduthes in to be safe than sorry. They (jive London. you the kind that protect. Dr. Thoinn Ljito down from t'rab Orehard last week on 1mm- The Count v Ilonrd of Hdiieation, IIPSH. .Mr. John Sam Uwatoy wont to f Lincoln county, Iy will ie'e.e Milleroburtr Satiinbiy to ee hi on, bids on the repauing of the college .lame, who is attending ehool building iu Stanford, Ky.. on April tlieie. the Sth nt 'J P. M. Specifications .Mr. Horaeo Walker, of Lmii-vil- l, will be found iu Supt. Singleton's xtoptpl over hero a short time office-- Win. Laudgrnf, Sec'j. . Saturday on hi way to Lancaster to vitit bis rolntivea and friend. Klonzona. For ebai"ng gloves Mi8e Cora nnd Mary K. of Morelrtiul hnc pono to ailks, woolen goods without injury Ciiuiminti to ppoml a few week with to color or fabiic. Mis Ella May their Mister, Mr. It. S. Hrumfiohl. Siituuit. Mr. Sanfoid Allen, of Millcrsburv, whs hero Sunday. His little daugh1 10 egg incubator and 1 10 chick ter Kliraheth Hush, who ha been brooiIiT for side n renl bargain. with her0 grandparents Mr. nnd Mrs Good as new. n For further K. P. Woods returned hom0 with her write A. C Coffev, McKin-nefather. Ky. Mr. J. J. Dickey left home lat Friday to attend "The Woild 5n Will cut out 'J00,000 chestnut I'lnciniinti," the jjii'at Missionary shingles nnd 1,'JOO log?. Joseph l'!xpoxition. From Cincinnati she Wielane Ottenheim. 20-- 1 pies to Washington, 1). C, to attend the Council of the Woman' Mis. house, For Sale. One. four-rooMowiry Soi'iety, of the M. K. and lot or would sell 5 acres of best t'hureh South, which wts Atnl of land with the Iioiim'. If not sold The president if the I'nited would rent it nil. This is a bargain Suites give the Council a recep- laving outside of city limits on depot tion, at the White Hon-- April 10th. street. Coinu at once. W. M. MilMrs. Dukev will ho at home about ium Lancaster, Ky. p KusM-ll n. 127-. J(i-1Itey-nolde, infer-laatioy. Ull-Um 10-1- S. 20-3- Mis and Sunday. Mr. M. i:. l'i.sh, of Crab Orchnrd, has been visiting her dmmhter, Mes. dames .1. (I. Carpenter nnd D. M. phono malinger nt tlm t mill heio Satuiday for Lanens. Ur, whrrn hn will visit hi parent" Mis (iciiruibi Wilkinson wns the s Hesslo and Willie unest of Wilkinson, of Lancaster, Saturday Mi-ic- who is tele HuMouvillc, took Like Shopping In New York IS buying at our store now, except that you get much lower prices. Buying as we do at lowest possible prices, and having much lower expenses, we can and do sell cheaper than any money. ni ' ;w . Mi wn i city store. Another difference is that we take a personal interest in our customers and do all we can to please them and save them Our present stock is varied and extensive enough to please all tastes and all purses. We are showing over one thousand Dresses and Suits in all manner of styles and quality and prices. We have not forgotten those who still prefer to make up their new garments at home, and on our first floor will be found everything new in Piece Goods, Furnishings, Trimmings, Underwear, Notions, Etc. Tailored Suits Tailored suits this senson nre the best vnlr.es ever offered in) the of the Suit business, nnd we are showing hundreds of them caiefully selected from the best makers in New York. At $15 we offer quite an assortment of excellent suits made of nil wool Serges and novelties. Iiettcr goods nnd better tailored tbim sold for $1S..")0 last season. At $25 we offer a prcnt variety of finest high grade tailored suit", in St'igc. Whipcords, Itcdfords, and Novelty cloths. The-- e .nt. wonderful value, equal to any ever rold nt $32.50. Xcw Chiffon Taffeta silk suits with handsome lace collars at all pi ices fiom $15 to $35. to$l.50. -- Silks We nre showing nil the popular vnrities of Silks. Foulards at 50c Plain nnd changeable Taffetas, many styles of new Strix Silks, till plain colors iu Messalines, Crepe Meteors, Marquisettes and all kinds of Black Silks. White Goods cry new kind nnd all the old favorites. French nml nnmoin Voiles nt 22c to 75c. Crepe Voile nt 65c. Merceiired Batistes at all inices from 15c to 75c. Iatinc Cloth 30c to $1.00. All qualities, of plain and fancy Flaxons. Embroidered Dot Crepe at 30C and 50c. A complete line of cotton corduroys in all size cords in plain white and colored stripes at nil prices from 25c to 72c ynrd. K 2Hd. See That FORD AUTOMOBILE in our window. i Air. Kosc, representing the Detroit Vapor Stove Co., will give a cooking on the demonstration wonderful wickle-- s oil cook stove, Wednesday ninl Thursday Every afternoons. housekeeper is cordially imitcd to make us n ami wit lies', this W. II. Higgins. demonstration. -i- -it Wool and Silk Dresses tlie-- s has come to stay because everyone likes them. There is no "lottery"' business in buying these liko there is iu hnving ono mnde. You see just how it looks before buying, nnd the Xew Yoik factories aie so systematized that they nre turning out beautiful ganuents nt very nominal prices Wo arc showing over :J00 Wool and Silk Dresses at every price fiom $6 to $40. The materials nre Foulards, Plain and Changeable Chiffon Taffetas, Silk Serges. Crepe Meteors, Chiffons, etc., and Wool Serges, Ucdfords, French Chnllies etc. Special attention is called to a collection of over forty styles of dreses nt $13.50 and $15 Also to an assortment of Evening lres" in Chiffons, white and colored Nets and Meteors from $11 up. The one-piec- e Embroideries We show an immense variety of Embroideries for dresses, Flounces in 27 and in both white nnd colored embroidery done tin Voiles nnd Batistes, with Bands nnd Gallons to match. and lelieve caIircnthe it in jreguhuly and banish cntnrrh entire-jl- y 0. L. Penny guarantees it. Outfit including inhaler $1. Separate but tles 50 cents. Ititntlut Hyomei tarrh a few minutes. Allover Embroideries of ninny kinds fiom 75c to $3 ynrd. Box Kobes in white ami colors cry cheap. Materials to match all embioidcied. Fine Corsets We have the sole agency For Sale or Evehange. Also Our NEW LINE of for Men, Women and Children. Ox-for- ds and lot near Depot, 1 eight room hoii-- o plentv ot water at door good barn and out house, .od repair with store in connection. 1 will ell this property cheap or will evehange for a small improved farm. For information call on or writo Frank Cordier, Rowland, Ky. -- My house Kowlnnd, Ky., White Dresses An iiuineiie line ami the most exquisite White Dicses ever seer, iu Danville. Prices too are ery reasonable, ranging from $6.50 to $40. Matorinls are Fro iit-- Voiles nnd 1'atistes, trimmed with Maereme Laces, Cluny Lnce4, combined in nil manner of "Nubucks" Tans, Patents, Gun Metals, "VelvetsandKids. I'util April IlOth 10PJ. you can have a $1.00 book Free with a year's subsciiption to the Delieator or EvPlaco er body's, or Adventures. your orders! with II. L. Steger, Mngazine and Newspaper Agency, Crab Orchard. Ky. Protect your loved ones with a life policy in the Old Noithwcstcrn. Ono of th most liberal companies iu the, 24-t- f. world. Fish & Hromley. SI 00 Reward, $100. UI t plraanl to el thl paPT at lrat on Urrattnl ilbH-tluit tuu abio to cure In all Its vUfi-maiul Itiat Id Cat&rrli. llaila OiUrrb Curt h thp tmiy iHwith. rur. iiuw kiumn to tits mtxliial trattrnit) faiiirrh i.-- rrs-u-U.i tktual trratiiK'itt llitla t uUrrti cur Ui takrc in tcniiilv artuiir Ulrntiv uiuii tl bkkt.1 aiul nmr'i-aururt- ii vt the fttm, lltrrrby tlfatniyliitf th totin tl Ion ot ttif tlwitw. aiul irltlrtu ttir i4tii"l itriu:tli by bulkliiiK up tit. ruiiftltutkm ami In ilum4 Hi work iu tulurr Itu pnprutora ra e mi icu ti fault In Ita rurath. imwiri tiitt ttiry i.rirr trp JlmiOml ltiilura (or any ra tlut It lall to rure. sciul lor lut of trtlruonlaU Addri'M I' J till M.V .V lO.. lolnlo. O soul Ur all liruk'tuu. '3r. - ways. The finest ones fiom $22 to $40 como one of a Mylo and they not be copied here so you can get an exclusive dress. for the three best corsets in the world. Warners Hut Pioof Corsets nt $1 to $3 aio the best possiblo for the juices. "Kcdfeni" corsets begin nt $3.50 and on up to $10 and the "Gossaid" Front Lacing corset nt $3.50 to $12. From these three lines jou nre nbsolutcly sure to get tho stylo and shape best suited to you. and w0 have an expert Corset-tiorr- e who fits them nt no extra charge. Why not have ono to fit 1 Tho corset must bo right before the dress will look ns it should. can- Hosiery We Tub Dresses This branch of the garment business has grown marvelously in the last two seasons. Tho styles nnd making have greatly improved and prices lowered and we now sell them by tho hundreds. Prices aro but little more than cost of having made, while they have "lines" and a "style" only an expert can give them. s, We nro showing over fifty distinct styles made of Scotch Chambrays, Linen-- , Piques, Corduroys, etc., and prices rause from $3, $3.75, $4.50 on up to $15 Ging-hnm- carry every grade of stockings for men, women and children and can furnish any thickness or thinness in cotton, lisle or silk. A dozen tliffetent kinds of hose in lisle, cotton and even n pure silk boot hos0 at 25c. Better grades of cotton, lisle thread ttiat thirv Th rrder U lra and silk nt 35c. Still better qualities at 50c and tho best pur0 bilk IIoso ever offered nt $1.00. Try our Cudet Hose for men, women or children. They nro nil 25c nnd if they do not wear as you think they ought, wo will gjv-ncw pairs. The latest styles of the Shoe now on display. Make ycur selection from a full stock of kinds and sizes. k.&u.J House Dresses to ninko theso now, ns wo sell you well made Percale nnd Calico Di esses at $1.00 and Gingham Dresses at $1.50 and $2.00. These are all correctly nnd neatly made, fit peifectly and styles You cannot Munsingwear Union Suits for women, children and men, and they uio absolutely tho best made. They cost no more than others, but nre better shaped, fit letter and wear better. Try them once nnd you will get Munsonized. We aii. afford are exclusive agents for all Munsing ake IUU t am- v I'llla for rontllpatK . nro excellent. We have Just received from New Serge York, some very fine Blue Suits, all wool, to sell at $10. These Petticoats We offer petticoat3 mado Neckwear Many beautiful new things in Quaker Collars, Bcnl Lnco Fichus, Elower Tins, Roses, Net Bows, etc., nt all prices from 25c to $8.00 are real bargains. Sam Robinson. See Us Before Buying Your Spring Goods of gcuuino Halcyon Messalinc, nn excellent imitation of all feilk Mcssnlino nt $1.00 Pure Silk Mescaline Petticoats nt $1.98, $2.75 nnd on up to $6. Extra large sizo Chiffon Taffeta Petticoats nt $3.50. Maereme and Irish Crochet Collars, Yokes and Collar and Cuff Sets in gieat variety of styles. Cummins fa "tCTT Zearen Stanford, Kentucky Have nice Selection of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come aiul sec our Stock and be convinced. G. A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. VJ S. F&U1T7, MM, KI 4 S itv fh - t - ? - i SSL -- - THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. rTf lkv I United (Tolfnn si? :v r ill III 11 oiamoru, ivy., oiuie --M ' .A. .41 Ses U 2 INCORPORATED ; j 14 W. -- WX ij t-- T. D. RANEY, Manager d " .. 'f B. The New Store is Taking With the People. If the enthusiasm which our goods and low prices created is any indication, our advent into the commercial life of this city marked in plain figures system is right they apwille an immense success. People are telling us that our e prove our determination to give them THE MOST FOR THEIR MONEY and they like our goods. one-pric- It is but natural that people should like to trade at the store where they can buy CURLEE SUITS and CURLEE PANTS as well as a complete line of Furnishing Goods at the low prices at which we are selling them. f had not the onnortunitv to visit us on OPENING DAY, come in the first opportunity you have and you will be given a his trade and will alhearty welcome. We want every man in this town and surrounding country to know that we appreciate ways do everything in our power to deserve it. If THE FARMERS Seed Corn for Sale. M. S. Bur '29-- 3 ton, m. Salem, Ky. tobacco setter; For Sale. 27-t- f. good as new. P. L. Beck. jack I will stand a at my farm on the Preachersville and Stanford pike. He gets good colts und i a sine bleeder and will stand at fS.OO. II. C. Anderson Lot the Interior Journal print your horse and jack cards. Neat work done promptly at rock bottom prices Nice blue grass torm, of 193 acres within two miles of Stanford for bale. Apply to Adolph Von Gruenl-galk-ini- s ld 22-G- p. n. TWO FARMS FOR SALE! 10 Duroe guilt-- , fumi $15 to One of 75 acres, a mile south of pigs $25 a head; 10 head sows and Oichard. with good dwelling 20 to $30 a head; 50 marketable Crab house, barn, and outbuildings ail'1 bhoats $0.70 per hundred. Lunch the celebrated White Sulphur water; was served at noon and sales con- the other contaius 100 acres and is located 5 miles south of Crab Orchtinued afterwards. died; Old Fiddlers' Contest Stanford Opera House, April 16th All Old Fiddlers' Invited. Iv V, kx. Since the latter pait of August a little oxer six months, Judge B. F. Vaughn, of Howell county, Mo., has sold 304 head of mules for a total Considering the fact of $44,025. that 91 of tlieiu were colts und 81 of them yearlings the $151.14, average was good. His first sale va 70 head. 24 of them yeaihngs for an average of $172. His nest sale was 00 join lings fo ran aveiage of $152. 22-tf Then he sold 25 at $175; 2li ut $1.39 For Sale. One brood nnd work 91 colls at $91.51); 21 big mules at mare nnd buggy. Will be at Myeis $220 and a lot singly und in pairs lluiitu htable .Monday if not sold at around $200 per head. F. 0. Sanders, of Flemingsburg, 11. C Carpenter. booner. sold the fine jack The Commonin Garrard wealth 3577 to Givens ic Blakcmore. At the A. T. Scott sale The last week, bidding wax ipirited. of Fayette, Mo., for $1,500. Commonwealth is the sire of Biidge Fair Some of tlio sale were. Brothers' yearling jack, Kentuek,. hoic mules .27."!; 2 pair Wonder, which they sold a few days mule- - 2!KI and hor.--e li(He mule' ago to parties at Nicholasville, for pair I year-old $1,200. $250; small full mule colt $05; 3 11. K. Jlorclnnd, of Fayette counhorse colt $75 to $110; 2 ty, sold yearling Wednesday to President J. and $150 fillies $105 1). Fan ell, of the O. & W. Navigageldiiu: $175 combined 31year-ol- d harness nnd saddle horse $130.10 tion Co., at Portland, Oregon, a fingelding, by My yearling Jersey heifers $18 to $25; ished three-gaile- d Jlr. heifers ready to calve Own Kentucky, for $2,500. 0 $29.50 to $45; (i milk cnwv $35 to Kurrell bought the uuimal for his daughter to ride. .fU.: 7f ewes mill linnb- - .tT.OO k liead: 50 fat hogs $7.08 per him- I I --- ard. This has a good house, it is known us the Atchison place. Address C. H. Adams. Crab Orchard. Ky. 29-G- In Harrison county, Chas. B. Car-Hi- ll bought of James .M. Terry, the famous piemium jack. "Cashier," Admission 25c FRUIT AND SHADE TREES W? for $1,200. ill iinsitinii to do all kinds K11Pi. 11S nnl.k Work. f -Asparagus, Hhubaib, Hoses, Peonies, Pavements, nnd in fact, we can mako SPRING SUITING and Phlox. F.verything for Orchard anything from n house down to a My new spring and summer samCall nnd get our prices tvtwe po-- t. ples are now ready for your inspec- and Lawn, Gaiden. Fice Catalogue, ueMie jou buy your material at No Agents. tion. They comprise the best on ' 't,,,st- the market. I can suit unyone as to H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. price who had his clothes made to Lexington, Ky. order. A suit made to your measure :5V is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made when quality and fit is considered. Come in and let me take your measure. H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. Shipments of Kuropcnu potatoes to this country continue on a large Total receipts since Bee. scale. 1 amount to 1,525,205. CONCRETING nrn VELVETS, AXMINIS-TERINGRAINS, ETC. LATEST PATTERNS AND BEAUTIFUL DEOF SIGNS. CUT TO MEASURE ROOM WITHOUT WASTE. ALSO IN YOU ANY SIZE DRUGGET WANT SEAMLESS AND IN WILTON S, Ni AND WITH OR WITHOUT BORDER. PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. Strawberry plants, Grape Vines,! .,; ! Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. Northern White Seed Oats Crushed Ear Corn Cotton Seed Meal Linseed Meal f If You're Going to Buy Buggy this Spring See E. C. Pence's different styles and We Pay Highest Market Prices For J. C. McClary makes. I Anything to suit the customer. Come and look. iflw Hay, Straw Salt and Coal. X JTurs. H. IT. - duce, Hides and gee ub before you sell. in countr? or deliver et price Airkiudsot Pro- I xV"xv i nnd THERE IS REAL PAINT also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If you have had experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If you haven't tnke our advice and don't (experiment. Buy our real paints .disappointment und save nun-el- f and money ns well. I Stanford, Ky. J. A. ALLEN. Fertilizer and ALL kinds of Farm AND EMSALMfcR UNDERTAKER STANFORD KENTUCKY. Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. Prompt Delivery. NorthcoH. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. 6. FIRE INSURANCE SURETY BONDS 1. M. NZWLAND TAN FORD, KY. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J. H. Baughman & Go, Stanford, Kentucky. '$'--