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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): April 12, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912041201_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 12, 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. y - r NO. ,I0 The Interior Journal. STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, LEAP YEAR DANCE KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. APRIL 12. 1012 Sf.OOO VOL. XXXIX TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. SHORT LOCAL NEWS 1 .400 to loan on eood security. f. Write Box 57(1. Stanford. Kv. UO-t- DR. DAVISON STILL WEARS HIS FGHTING CLOTHES. Cones ESTATE DIVIDED AMONG HIS THREE CHILDREN REFUSED LOCAL HENS IN FRONT IN EGG LAYING At Elnhlh District RenuH'can vention at Shrthvvllle Tatt Are Fucted. Journal said: Lincoln cuttntv republican lewd-oplnvrd n Iiitr nnrt in I lie 8lli ditrirt convention ut Khcll"'vllle Tticsdnv. A diimluh to lh (iirifr rs of 'the Republicans of the iorit Kit'illi district linil lieeti disfrnnrhis. vil liv n tilinorifv I'lilleil " them to ri'iiiniii nml hohl n convention which nrooetlv the will of would exnre-ith iionole. U V. Iletliurnin nml A. R. of Madison, were i;t in iio"i tuition for (emiMirnrv rhairmnp The ?erelnrv of tin- - committee. ! of Lincoln who presided while the vote helm.' tnken. ruleil Hint the ilrlpintion hnltlintMlip miii1 hv the conutv chairman would he recotnired. nml Bcthnrom electeil bvn vote of 14'! to 21. he hnviin' receiveil the vote of cvciv ronntv except Bo vie It. L. Dnunn tinil Spencer. elctcd secretary. henrtilv lndni Thn resolution" fit" nptio'inl niliniiiitnitinn of W. IU Tuft nml intruct the deletnlc Iff voir fur hi" reiiominntion nnil five him their "nilcd support nil nil ones. ions comiiu Imfme the convent ion. V. 0, I'.rn.l. The course of lev nml Hi,, lteiinlilicnti Rcotescntii-liv- e in Cnivross was also indorsed. In the rpol"tio'i n presented the nnine of O I). Florcnrc. of Lincoln, wns iitrliiil'il is oik of the district Wits tint lu withdraw t"hefnvir-i- f f W Hothnn'"! i in M whom t liWIi trihnte for his enices te the nnrV. holti"" convention cndo'scil Th The oroctN'iliii", of both 1liMevi''l lOll"i ronvoiiltnn" were nlilcllv Seeretn'v Dnviwi'i iiimnieiitlv "! n row nt the denvorad In outs..) hv ilecliirjntr it rps iM'cn'ilir him Hint the KetinMiiiiw .to tnrncl out to he n lot of thiere nil' hv V.menU. nt wtw now nieo who 'mil hen IVilern' offiee-hohle- r It the men who hnve reenlleil wh" i"-hren tlietnvlve now iinholilinc (he ilnctrino of Hie reeilll "K nilvocntetl liv 'hi hiiiil. nml in conclusion he il". nnunccil the Mntcmciit mmle hv .rm!". O'lJenr. Ilin't the Kilitl ili. hsiw lieen stolen, im "n lie." tnct Bur-mil", w--n of Mndisn. nsscrliut Sliclbwillo. Kv.. Ani II. Two nets of dclctatcs. imp instructed fur Tnft null tln oilier for Roosevelt, were elected bv separate conventions lirld hero this nflcrnnoii liv llie Reimhlicuiii of the F.ithth district. Tim Tnft deletiUe- - lire C. ('. of Madison, uml L. W. Detluir-tuof Rockcastle, with .1. H. of Shclhv, mill fleorci' W. flentrw of Lincoln. ns alternates, oii'l the Rsevelt delesiile.s arc William l.nwwill. of llovle .nml II. (1. liaison, of On mini, with Knox Drown of Spencer nml James T. Took, of Mcieer. ns alternates. The unlit ''ill not conic until the rctiilnr ronenntinn wni ileelnretl when the Hon. Brutus Clnv Will-Ince, n. o, Hint Hie imv v1nr - Ron-eve- lt. but we iust want to tell him of -- e owned bv Josiah Bishop that trives two nml half trillions of milk ut a tnilkiuir nml we'll water that one trillion of milk will produce n pound nml This cow lias nuarter of butter. five ihiutrlitcrs and three one uruudsou nml one mva t tramlsou. Now friend Sibold bv Rev. Reeves. voti're bent, it looks to me. but we'll Mr. Oeorte Downev visited in McCIure. ours is verv tonil. D.imille recently. - trniit Rev. .Iop Monttromerv Mr. R. M. Mr. Baker Tcrhuue. of Biadfoida-vill- e daiichters. .MWt-- lluliv nml 1'. C. mid Mrs. imtoredTate ami Mrs. Brown tjj Danville was here Fiiduv. Be.ssic nt Libert v .wirucsts of .Mr slionniiit. Thursday. Messrs. H. II. ""Revnicrson. of Wvntt Monttromerv Mondav. Mr O. J. Cunniii'rham .of Dan-ill- e Bradfordsville. ami ('. ('. Revnier-soMr. Thumiis Mull went to Shelby of Lebanon lime been with ille Mondav. as one of tli.. Hcoiili-lica- ti day. was hen. with friends Tuestheir mother, who has been unite ill. of this county. Rev. C. R. Blaiii spent last week Mr. II. C. I'evtmi has been ill of Mrs. Leber and Miss Florence in Cincinnati. fever, but is much better. Mitchell. of .litnctioii Citv. were A. J. Adams sr.tr.l Monday in Messrs J. B. Con!e. Monis Hnt'-leuiiesis of Mr. 'rimiuiis Morsran the LcxiiiL-lon- . Jacob Johnson nml .Me.sdames fotcliiiit of the week. Dennis Siinurens from S. A. Muv. Eliza I In fit-v-. and Mollie Ir. lliirrv Xenl left for Florida (leortetown to be rnmc down home-fol.Murphy ate on the sick list. with the last week. Easter. Mrs. Bettie Irvin. foimcrlv of this .Mr. and Mtv. Arthur Russell were Misse Lena and Marv I). Beck place, died at her home in Danville. in Danville Saturday slionoimr. and Ruth Tanner weie here Friiliiv Inst week of tuberculosis. Tim reCurrcv nml William Noel .of J. L. lune been isilim: relatives Sluiiford MeKee Rifle umtored to latives bine the .sMupathv of many Friday. friends in this community. hen. Mr. fieorte Moore, Mis Ella Rituev bus icturiied 02. died Mr. William Mcrrimau has been from a shoit yisit to Stanford lecentlv from infirmities due to old to the citv shomiint:. fricmls. ate. II is survived bv his wife, one Mr. nml Mrs. .lames Helm .lr.. .Mis. Eii'.'cuc I 'ope. of Danville, is sister, ami ojie brother. Mr. John were the truest,, of Mr. .lames Helm tuest of .Mrs. J. W. Routt this week. Mooie. ot Illinois, who nt tended his ut this week. John B. Rifle and funeral. Miss Mattie (Irissoin, the noniih' (lenrae A Ilrmlkv were ill Stanford coincidence happened last seamstress, of Dauullc. cuiue over Weilnesil.iv. week, when on April 3. Mr. John last week to isii homefolks. Mr. Maek Iltitlies. of Danville, Haflev. nteil SO died of piiciiuioniti. Mr. .Iiiiii- i- Moser. of I'aiut Lick, beint pieceded to the tr.ive only was in this tifi.,hhnrhniil last week wns here Wedncsdav. buviut liaitwo weeks befoie bv his brother. Mr. ses. on buiiiess. Mis Mnitaiet McCoimack is Jetferson lint lev. ated 8(i. a veterMis Miiiirucrite Rout, of wns the visitor of her with Mis. James Woods this week. an of the Civil win. Thev are siir-vi.Miss .Mack Lotau is tuest of Miss bv one brother. Mr. Moiris fneuiU here, last week. Black (iivciis this week. Haflev. who is sick ut this wrintr. Mr, and .Mrs. Dinwiddie. of He has the sviupathv of the entire Mr. nml ei. tiele 'this week to have leturucd Mrs. John Diifwiddic coiimiunitv. trom a visit to the Burial of deceased iit their daiiL-hler-. Mrs. Kdd tool- place in the Misses Dinwiddie. Louisville. irruml-duiiuhters eek. Mr. Arthur S. Tnliin sold his lit tie farm lo Mr. Thomas Taylor of KiutrV Mountain for 1K()0. The I'iiIit enterlninmeut eiven nt the .Methodist church on Similuv wns Innrelv attended i""l all who took nnrt in the services did it in n iileasint mnniier. Tin I'eoole's Tohncco Co.. me iirciidrine to ooeu nml drv n lap.'e imautitv of tohncco ut their house here. Mr. Dim Wilrhei has moved near Stanford. Mr... Ci.iiun I'iuitt had her E'istcr oiieuiinr of huts lust wck. Mi'.s Knimn Fitroatrick. of Wnsh. iinrlon. I). (.. is visitim: Mr. C. IC. w Tn Bk Given Bv Bachelor Maidx. of The Last Will and Testament of S. Stanford Aoril 19th. H. Shanks Probated In Court Mondav Other Wills. ill The KWfllent ilnnrc citloVcil, (hit nnrt o ft lie Htate in u lontrtimii will he uivcii hv the vnniiir Indies of The Inst will and testament of the Stnufuni on Friiluv cvoninir. Anril It late S. II. Shanks, who passed nwav II'. at xl'" onern Ihhihi here. will he a Lean Year affair, and the !a short time nirii. was filed and or-- ! invitntioiiH rend Hint it is civen hv derail to probate in the County C nrl the Itnchelor MniiU of Stanford. IMondnv. The will wus written Jan-'naThe cclchrnted WrichtV Saxanhotio Hlh 11101 and wns witnessed orchestra Iiiih heen enuaired to iniike It in hv John Briuht. Sr.. and John Briuht llm mimic for the ccnim:. Miid to he tilt, finest tliinu' in the lit. It piovides for the appointurchcttrnl line to he had for dnncc-i- , ment of his son William II. Shanks. mil its Mlei'lionr are usiiallv uh as (lie dniiecH. env thiwe In c.Vrilitol' without bond or surelv. who have heard it. ,A larve niimher ami provides for eiiual division of of invilntioiis iin hciinr hcnt out nml the estate, without an inventory or n hintf tmniher of helles nml Iioihit nppraisiueut hcimr filed, or without are e.xnccted lo he iireceiit. reserve, to be mmle between his three childieu. Mr. Shanks. Mrs. MORELAND T. A. Rice nml .Mrs. C. E. Tate, suh-ic- ct of $2.'i.O0U to mUaiiCemeut.) Mr. Kohert Crow sold .'10 hots to to Mm. Rice. iS.23.fHHi to Mr. Shanks .Mr. Win. Mvcrs at (Ml- Mr Ira Miner Mild ii nice htiiich nml .27.tiU0 to Airs. Tote. The wills of Dr. Clifton Fnwler. of hues to David Allen nt f Mr. .loliu l.ntiil liiniL'lit sonii. cnttlc Adam l'etrav and Mrs. Sarah M. from Mr. Andv Best reiser. Walls were also filed, eurb ilividimr Orauille Lutes IioiilOiI .'17 laruo the propel tv left nmonir the children entile from J. K. BiiiiL'hmnu. Inst of each decedent. rv Bv Nevin Carter For His Handsome Stallion. Kv.. Gentleman. The I. J., iiniutentiounllv omitted lo infill ion one of the handsomest ount stallions seen in this part of Kentucky in venr. in its write-u- p of the horse show Inst Monday. He is Kentucky Ocntleman. J. Nevin Caller's humlsouiu vomit son. of I'euviiic blood. This vountster was hnwn tinder halter and attracted the attention of everyone who saw him. and all had somethint nice to say nboiit him. Predictions were I reel v iniicle with two venrs' more trowth he will move to be the handsomest thiut in horse flesh in this Hint of the state. Critical horsemen observed him cuiefullv and Mr. Carter turned down one offer of LOUD for him. This one will do to watch. CONTEST 5 Tomutoe.s hot flowers. Vool nml eahbnte Ed. Huhhurd. plants, IIO-l- p. First Week's Records Show Orninb- tons of Mrs. S. J. Embrv Lead Their Class ELLISBURG Mis, Bessie Willis is visitim: her sister. .Mrs. Jus. Benedict at Dan- ville. HUSTONVILLE A few issues nun a former Lincoln man. but now of Favette county hind he was "from if there was u cow in Lincoln ilm could beat the oue owned bv him. Mis-iiii- ItNeems ii shame to break the spell, Mrs. L. A. Ellis visited her brother. Ivan Allen, at llradfordsville. last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. J. 0. Cmimiitliain. of Dm' ville. visited friends here last week. .Mr. nml Mrs. Jumes Benedict, of Danville. lme returned home after a visit to friends and relatives here. Mrs. Stephen Ellis. Sr.. is visitim? her son. Mr. Flunk Ellis, in Somerset. .Mrs. Georte I (uncock visited friends nt Biadi'ordsvilli. Inst week. Mcssr.s. S. A. Ellis and John Mot. tan were in Liberty last week. Miss Riisn Tavlor and Richard Mouttoinerv were uuietlv married at the home of the bride last Sunday sacks at State Bank & Trust jTho big egg luying contest to dewool nicely. J. D. Eads & termine tho best laying breed of 27-Sons. chicken, began at Senator Puyn-tcr- 's fnrm in Fayette county on See Fish & Bromley about that In- April 1st. The Louisville Post unsurance policy today. It is better der whose nuspices the contest U to be safe than sorry. They give r being held, announces that there you the kind that protect. fifty entries. Two of the entrants are from Lincoln enmity, A. ej:j incubator nnd 140 chick brooder for sale a real bargain. C. Alford hns entered a pen of his Good us new. For further infor- fine White Leghorn bcn, and Mrs. S. J. Kmbry has entered a handmation write A. C. Coffey. McKin-nesome pen of her Buff Orpingtons. Ky. The hens 'remain on the contest For Sale. Ono four-roohouse grounds for six months, mid tho mid lot or would sell 3 acres of best number of eggs they Iny during that of land wilb the house. If not sold time are carefully watched. Much would rent it all. This is a bargain layint outside of city limits on depot interest is being manifested among street. Come nt once. W. M. Ma- poultrjmcn over the stntc in thi contest, mid local poultrymcu arc 29-3- p lum Lancaster, Ky. hoping that one of the two local enFor Sale. Handsome harness tries may win first honors. mare, 4 ycaw gld, perfectly treutlo. The first returns from the ett-lavicontest were published in the Phono l'jy, 4.ock Box 2GS, W. P. Louisville Post Inst Saturday. The Kincuid. records for the first week showed that Buff Orpiiitton pen of Fields Bros., fresh and cured bens the Mis. S. J. Kmbrv. of five of this meats, nml ull kinds of country citv. were leadiiit all other hens of 20-- 2 products. this bleed. Thev were credited with nine etts laid for the fir.-- t three davs of the test. Onlv two All kinds of latest drinks. Penother pens were nhcail of them, and 20-- 2 ny's- Soda Fountain. thev had laid hut ten e"". oue ahead of the local pen. The hens Protect your loved ones with a life of Mr. Alfoul did not act started so policy in tho Old Northwestern. One well as those of Mrs. F.inbrv. but he of the most liberal companies in the is confident that they will he heard from vet. 24-t- f. world. Fish & Bromley. FARMERS LOSING COLTS Co., tag 8. arc-ove- l 'J y. p. m i nt $100 Reward, $100. The mien ct this paper will be plrurd to lera thit there u at leut odv Ure&dcd dleaa that Kieoce been able to eure la All lu tuges, ftnl that la Caurrn. Ilall'a Calarrb Cure la tbe odij- - poaiilve rure now known to tbe medical frateroltjr. Catarrb requlrea a cooftltu belnx a eoustltutkmal tloml treatment. Ilall'a Catarrb Cure to taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucou-eurfac-ra ot the lyttem. thereby destroying the foundation ot the dteeeae. aod alvina tbe patient by bulldlne up the conititutloa and aaiHt in nature In doing tti work. The proprietors bare so much faith In Ite curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars lor any rase that It falls to rure. send for list of testimonials Addrew P. J CHE VEV 4 CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by all PruKlsts. lie. ale Hairs Fam' y puis for eoMtlpatlr . tie s - tu Considerable Loss This Sortna Bv Horse Breeders. complaint is beint heard Much nmomr the horse breeders of the n. v. llnr-loilslii- es Tur-neisil- le ed Has-lnt'Mt- death? of vomit colts this sprint. Tha loss is fnllint ouite heavily upon mnnv of the farmers. Some of the bit horse breeders have lost nearly all of their sprint crop of colts nnd everyone is worried. The cnusc is thoutht to be the poor nua-lit- v of corn fed. thouth some, nre inclined to attribute it lo other causes We have Just received from New There is much doubt, hoverer. us to the lo.ss. is York, some very fine Blue Serge iust whatand eausimrWoods are said K. P. J. II. Suits, all wool, to sell at $10. These to hnve lost nine colts. Jake Woliin- are real bargains. Sam Robinson. son about (i: Clarence fate suffered n number of losses and others have likewise been the victims. Now is the time to paint that 29-- 2 house. See us Penny's SELLS FARM FOR $10,000 J. J. Mospr sold his nice faiui in For Sule or Trade. A eood phae- tbe Milledteville section last week to Fiank Tamme. the consideration 29-- 2 ton. John Lvun. 10.(W(). Keint The place about contained ll.'t acres with a toml house, ami is one of the niee-- t little Lost. Black leather grip full of farms in that section of the counbnbv ni tides. Heward for return ty. Mr. Moer has not vet decided to Mrs. J. II. Williams, 23 R. where he will move to. but mnv enniu to Stnuford to make his home. Hus-tonvill- e. 29-2p. V ' fi T t 7 i rfl FOR CIRCUIT CLERK 'to-hi- v U iniulc hv J. I). Wcjiucn. of tin- - city, llrt 11 Cllllilnliltc tin the ilcmocriitie iioinimitiou for Ciicnit Cleik luch will he iii.hIi. in the uiiliuuv on Aiif. Tlii-- i iiiiiniiiiitioii :iil. next. will lie liuiile to till the ucniicv i':iiieil hv the ilcath of Col. J. 1). Sworn-- . Mr. Wenren in mie of the he- -l known insurance men in tlii-- i nnrt at the Mate, ami his husincin Ium taken hitu all over the coiuitv. o that lie is verv well known nml has ii hnt of frieniN who will iinilniilit. He hns eillva rnllv to hi loumort. received much eueourncemetit. and his fiiemls hclieve that lie will mal.e ji race to hM uvond of. Formal uiiiioniiccment ilt ALBIA The stock law has heen an to tl'i sei'liou of the fc. T. Oooeh is buililiiur it treat lcnl of teuce. has fini-he- d J. V Chnmlieiln'm He is exiiectim; to oats. rean u lunrn eroii. Oeoiiro Sturgeon hail a loir nillinc Weiluemlav. It wiik almrd time for lliosp who were Inckintr muscular com-olet- atreuulli. I'nve Chamherlaiii Iiuh iust his barn: exueetiu'.' to rean a bountiful rrou thin fall. A. C Muiinuv hlis ahaudoued the hone of si'lliiiL' his farm and has pone to re i mi rim: fences. . L. J'uvjie has iust finished his .fir-- 't sawuiin set. and is muvini; his do not know it mill home. The i leutii vear. or ho thinks so. Alice AmlerMiu is on the iibk list ut this writiiu?. TIiq ninviT ineelimr at Olive, which wiih orua nixed Inst fall is still fine and vrowimr hetteri t'. (lovcli the leader, is still holdiuu' out fuIHifiillv. . Carl KiddV dot: is the best in the country; would lik to see soinemie Kick this iloi.' iiiiiinnl. Buck Creek ovei flowed nml did u rwit deal of ilaiiui'.'e. It 'Is said to be hither than it has been for imuiv Lad Satuidav was Austin Kind his relulives ami 28tli biillidav. l'iie:ids showed their cratitude no love hv civintr u ureal feast at fas Tliert-'wermunv nres-edwellim?. and ull had a iollv time. e nt enr. ... . of Mrs. Waller VauAisdale. of D.iu-- , Mr ami Mr. .Inlm Riiss(. smnt ville heie latt week. Easter with Mr. J. C. I'md. Mis Floience Sniateiis. of Ellis-hiMr. Rilev Kimr was with his bro"lis here for a lmrl time Mun-iither the II It. II. Kimr. Mr. Waller Mosir eiilcilrtii.ul his Mis. Roval Sis'iirs. of Turueis-Mll- e SiiiuLiv .cliool clas Suuda wus phoiipiut bele Monday. from 2 to t o'clock with an Mis. McDowell Fo"le and Miss Luster hunt. Tin is n inimaiv Catherine Murnliv were heie .Moclas- - .mil consists of H number of liiidit little Siiuda school work- nday shoppint. .Mrs. Anderson Niiunellev. of 's ers and he i to he Well section wns here for n on trvini" to im euse i renter interest in the Sunday school. Tlioe short time Friday. Mr. (1. B. I'ruitt. of Moralaml. win Kstill Meriimn.i here Saturday. nieseiit were: isiah White. I'lauce. Coffe. Miss Florence Taylor of Dauvilie. Nannie Weddle. Lottie Lniiiu l'cail I'ruitt. KuUier-lii- i. is the attractive tuest of Mr. ami I 'of lev, llenrv Edwnid I'ruitt. Mrs. James II. Yowell this week. .Mr. Frank Babbitt of I'evton's Mailie Ohiiis. Kiilheiine McCIure. iHlsleen Col't'eV. .lames Noel. El a Well section wns here for u short Met i ilium. Mnitlm McCIure. Cinrev lime Saturday afternoon. Mi-- s Francis North has returned Noel. Tlielma Owens. Kmil Merrimau shoppint to LexiiiL-ton- . Eveil L'llheral. Joeoh Bishop. Lidn fiom ii on the ret ii i n ti,in nt Burtiu. In vis. Weddle. .lames Meriimuu. Lust Siimbiv atteruoou Mr. Er- it her brother. Dr. J. C. Barker has returned nest Foul cute t'tunicil a few of his fiiemls ut his iileasant count rv from Jonliii. Mo., with a feI It wns Mr. Ford's hiithdav mens of. the mn nil,, and lead found ie. ami as it hus also Easter Siimlav on his farm. The mint's are heit be wns able to celebrate it in n very worked mid are coiisidcicd the best ill the west. nlci-iii- il nml novel wuv. The voiin Mi-- s Eliifa B. Route is with bet neniile hud a verv nleasaut time and daiutv refreshments wete sister. Mrs. Etiteue I'oite Nnt Dat ille. served. " Kint Ciinienter mid Miss Miss Ida Hutehiiison ami little Cnrpeuler spent Tliursdav in Antie DanilaiiL'bler. Tlielinii me vNitimr her siMer. Mrs. W. I), floode. at Indian, ville. (leorte D. Col. Wentherford has amilis. lud. '.etiiiiieil from a biisiuci.s trip to Dmnille. RESOLU ONS UPON Mr.- -. W. M. Mvers called to the ATH OF MR. SHANKS luiUide of her sister, Mrs. Anne At a incfliiur of the diiectors of Warriuer. who is verv ill at Lexingthe Lincoln Count v National Bank ton. The C. W. B. M. Auxiliary closed held on the lilli day of Amil. 1U12 uraver service Siimlav the followim; resolution was admit-e- d their Easter All nl'tcmooii. the services lmve : ' as well as instruetive beWith sadness we teeord the fact been that Samuel II. Shanks, President The offerint was $42.00 ot thu hank died on the Ut dav of BEE LICK. Amil. 1IM2. IJe was in his 77th year and soeut the whole of his Mr J. M. Reynolds is still in bud life in Lincoln couutv. nml was one of its worlhv cilizciis. lie health ill this writiut. Mis. D.iviil Proctor is verv ill. had been l'rcsjileut of this bank Mrs, M. M. Tnvlor. wns in Crub eonl iiimmslv from the vear. 188:1. ami u member of the directory from Orehaul Satuidav on business. its ortrnuiziilinu. In bis death his Mis Bertha Cummins of Doutlv. family loses the kindest nml most is stnvimr with Mis. J, ltevnolds. Mr. Elbert Elder tol a fine horo iiidnliMmt of fathers, the comuutnU tv an exeianlarv cilizen. ami this bv beint kicked. Mi's. John Scott will soon leave bank nn officer who was always for Cora. 111.. faithful ami efficient in the The l.von's Lumber Co.. will stnit of his duties. It is ordered Hint this memorial a saw mill in a tew duvs ut this he siiiead on the records, nuhlislieil place. Rev. C. C. Meteulf will soon leave in the Interior Journal, ami a furnished eAch member of his fam- this phice ami tn to llailau county ily. . to make his homo with his father. s nt n. Car-neut- - tiouml. Coulter bimint of J. has been at -- cv-iii- I'uv-ton- Wiliit-Owen.Ier-rinm- ii. -it er ed in Moielamj last week .Mr. ami Airs. Alvn Ellis liny., moved to Danville. Mr. Thomas (Jntlberrv left -centlv lor Illinois, where ho will make his future home. Mr. Jnmes CoppnteV school elns-e- d extracts Formulas. Flavoring last week. The pupils nml him with a nice arm perfumes, tooth powder or paste, chair in recotnilion of his excellent liniments, enthortics; veteifnary sci vices. ramedie-- , etc. F.xcellent proposition Particulars forwarded, or send 30 DAVIS' STORE cents for complete line of samples. Mrs. Win. Dvehous,. of Piench-ersvill- e. Synth. Chemical Supply Co.. Pa. has been isitint her son. Fieil Dvehous,, nml other relatives untl fiii'inls in this section, It is ordered In' the Lincoln Wni. Anderson has irone into the at ill April stock tiadiut busbies earnestly as Countv Fiscal Court countv roads term, that teams on In. will buv iiiivthiht from a bo allowed as follows: For waton d nice hoise to h ami driver hot. He has been mukini; and two .horseshorse and river2: for and tluuts hutii for the lust few weeks. waton casesone allowance for $1.25 team the Frnuk fy'olcmiin is reioicint over In all (leorte B. driver. the ariival of a fine till nt his must include Lincoln Countv Court. Cooper. Clerk home. It .seems as thoiiL'b all of the blind titers ami win sellint ar ot Mrs. John Kennedy and Mr. entirely cut out. for occasionally we family and letumed from St. Cloud have se(. a mats with mud on bis .lolhes Fin., to spend tin. summer at their and iietiut as thoiith he would home near Crab Orchard. Mr. Kenjhiow rocks ut his trand mother. nedy savs that Florida is allritht I'hera must be some spot where for winter, but is too hot to live in the atmostiheru makes people in the summer. He savs that verv intoxicated and boozv Wonder little of the laud there is producwhere it isf Mr. Ken. tive without fertilizing Mrs. Joei Coleman, who has been neilv conducted a verv successful unite ill with iheiimatisin for some trocerv business at St. Cloud and time, is somewhat improved. will nrobablv return there next winMose .Pitman is mint to move ter. II mivs that Jones L. Ander(he Trnvlor faun with 0. son, also of the Prenehersville down on I). 'Boone ami wotk for him this is well located in the fur southvear. ern state mid will likely remain im-tropie-eiited Har-risbuthor-outhbr- ed ruzor-backeiut see-lion, Mrs llcleuEllis. of Junction Citv. ittitiir relaties here. Mr. and' Mrs. Julnison Ellis visit- Born, on Amil A, to the wife II. Cliiik.-ou boy. n. For Sale or ExclianRe. My house and lot near Depot, Rowland, Ky., 1 eisht room hoiise plenty of water nt door (rood barn nnd out houses, ;rod repair with store in connection. I will sell this property cheap or will exchange for a small improved farm. For information call on or writo Frank Cordier. Rowland, Ky. BOYLE COUNTY WILSON CLUB An enthusiastic Woodrow Wilson Club was ortnuizetl in Bovle countv Monday nitbt with the followim: live democrats as officers; y. Lotau .JVood. president: J. M. Van Meter, vice Picsident: and Oeorte locker. Kobeit llardiiit. Dr. F. H. 1 Attorney llenrv Juck--so- n. Berrv and Hon. R. C. Priiv diiectoi-s- . Col. Nicholas McDowell winniaiiieil us secietarv. Tho followim.' cfiitlemeu compose the execulhes committee: Hon. C. C. Fox. Hon. C. C. Bntbv. Attorney .lav Ilnrlan. Mr. Fred Harris and F.ditor llitbeit McOoodwin. Moiittomen B. C. Mi HONOR FOR A LINCOLN MAN lies liuviiif had several vear exper1IH ience. Deposithas been ' ' the Jackson Bank of Jncksoo for u , little over a vear and has ptoven iiiiiisru io, oe inoroutlilv inialitieil iortue iv.nitiou lie now occupies and the Hariris Commerciul should feel I ...... urotld that lliev lm ..l.lu ,,. secure bis services. He is a vomit man of spletidid morals and nimis bers his fripiwlw In. Iiw tn.........!- tance winch for hitu a sue. cess in the bankint world. I s The PeavvhoiisH will !. i.ln.1 l.. Im bus been elected, to the responsible lnsffioli as cashier with ll... Hhism Commercial Bank of this itv. Mr. I'eavvhiiusa. assumed his duties with this well known bankiut institution when the First National 'took over . .......... the Jackson l),iviir II man of finn Itn.inai. .mll. 1 (Jackson Times) many, friends of W. W. ! Chukshurjr, Ky., W. J. Bellamy, jrivt'n paitiiMilars of his son's lecov-erlie says: "My boy of sixteen had bronchial trouble, ever since he was a baby, and it indimlly grew w'oise until we feared consumption. I (jot n bottle of Foley's Honey and Tur Compound ami soon theie was such a maiked improvement that I (sot u second bottle ami tin's will, I think, miike it peimmiciit euie. 'J'liu first bottle fined bis stubborn eoiifsh and I think this wondeiftil medicine saved my boy'a life." Slmcars mid 'runner. y. there iuriut the summer. will-b"ve First excursion train for CincinStannati. 0.. via L. & N'.. ford m the moruint of Anril Specinl low rate tickets will 1.. sold on above date ami tickets will be sold to childieu of five and iimh" tTcIvf vears of ate at one hnlf fare. Kveivbodv is toine don't, vou wnnt to to illnlltf PLAY AT CRAI ORCHARD The pupils of the Crab Orehaul Httli School will trive a ulav entitled Diamonds and Hearts nt the auditorium of the Sprints on Tuesday eveiimt. April Kith, u small 'mlmis-sio- u beint charted, for the benefit of the school librurv. Those who will have characters in the nlnv are Sadie Ca'llin. Lucile Mortau. Nancy N'unier. Henrietta Bailey. Kate Napier. Kdward Kdmistou. Lloyd Martin. Charley Mai tin. Shirlev (lover. Bovle Siutleton mid Henley Napier. All are invited to attend. DRIESLER-McELFRESH v' , 1V n At A if" .' 'I The Iks t ball tmne of the season on the home trnuuiW will bo plavcd heie Friduv when the second team of ( V. comes over to cross bats with the llith School nine. The tamo will betin promptly at three o'clock at the school trouudj. i Iter, (luilaml Siutleton suid the words Weduesilav which united ju Walter MeKlfresli nml muirinte Miss lTillio Dnesler. Both are from (he Millcdtevillo section, and have, inn n v fiK'iuK who wish them much hupuitiess. -- s a sis . wfcs- - ....'Hi. ..J- 3CT" THE STANFORD One ttreat necrct of youth anJ benvtyfor the oun woman or the mother It finery women, the proper undcrUnJin( ol her womanly t)Mem and roun or old, thoulJ know krrstlf end her pli) ileal make up. A ooda way to for instence, "The arrive et thii knowledge ! to ftet a (tood doctor hook. such People' Common Sense Mtdic.it Adviser," by K. V. 1'ierce, M. D., which can copy, addreitln thirty-on- e lor ccnU readily be procured by nendintf Dr. I'ierce, at Huflato, N. Y. womanly system It delicate maenine which can only he compared to the The mechanism oC beautiful watch which will keep in flood running order only with flood care and the proper oiling at the rifllit time, so inni inc acncaic mecn- cr many umes j uuhr mimra aniim may nol ce went em. before their time through ignorance and Het old or run Mental In. Imnrnnci- - lundlintf of this human mechaniim. depresiion, a conluscd head, backache, headache, or hot flashes and manysjmptomt of derangement of the womanly system can be nsoided by a proper undemanding of what to fl& B I I do, in thoic trying times that come to all women. I I Mrs. O. It. Williams, of Innhartn. Vs., wrote.: " It la six yran ' female trauMa and all the doctors since mr hmlth Ke war I ouM dla. I was not able to do my wtrk, saVI 1 employed thrrc ataut had to hire omeon nil the tine. Flnallr, I ret In the t)r. rierres Kavorlta Imcrlptlnn. Mat rlcrHcit to try It. I had not UVcn but ere Imttle until I found It had done me iroml. I took. In all. wtll-heinicloth-bound INTERIOR JOU RNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. HOW TO PNa-bfcKV- E YOU1H AND bk.ui . "RAWEST" KIND OP DEAL IN GARRARD Beau Naboth HY NABOTH by Walslngham by 45006 Roosevelt Republicans. Thounti Maioritv were Run Over "Rouah Shod" Bvjalt Workers. 10110, In Gorge Wilkes Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health nitlor to aalta. cathartic pllla, waters, tnlkn to women tiome etc. which are entirely too loW An mori SrSeril. Loth In tho of otnen should seo to It that they nn.l on tho i.Utform. the mi; the more hao at least ono movement of tho nro bonlnnlnit to rmllFO lioweli each ly. ami when rhowlnic any ,k"""n' ' !J tendency to constipation should tska ctiltlMitcil hnvo Hyrun Pepsin In tho (tood lirnlth ennnot 1.0 found 'J,,,r Crtldwell's box. Tho cxtrnlii of hcnllli dose prescribe.!. A l.rlef use of ohtalncil In that way. hut the Ijinl o ' small so train tho stomach and liowel it 111 health Ilea deeer, and jet l Jut musclts that all forma of medicine can eaully obtained. Theo opinions are .e dlinied with Tho moet tmnortnnl thlnir that a volcetl by thousands of women, after herself. "'. ."lVI personal eiprrlence, nmona; them Mlts V. woman enn do for Nahlllr, which lhe Is often moat neclcct fill, I, Moore. 3J Claltiorne Ht of her ri. VrvsfwV WJ Lancaster. Kv.. Anril 10. .Tlie "rawest" kind of n ileal una civen the Ilooeeelt republicans hero at thi I'ountv couveiition htt rnn when the Tnft over them "rouirh tdiod'' and because thuv had the urcniuzntion. sent n Tntt delegation to the Mnto convention with credential MUMied bv tho eniintv elinirmaii. The woik was so rmti'li that hundreds of bubstnn-tia- l icimblicniis who have never voted aitv other ticket sav that thev rPr will tmtinort tlie demoi'iiitic eauili-dat- e lor nreidcnt this fall, whoever fire bottle of 'Favorite I'rrMripllon ' and two of 'Golden Mnllral ho mnv be. ntrainst Taft. Thev IWieovery," and now I am able to do all my houwwork, and have mined I ad 1m all women t ho suiTrr from female timUa fourteen no inda, that thev are through with a iToclritlon. It tho onlaf medicine un earth. Mna. Wir ttstte, totry xu''lil-ortmrtv which is ruled bv Mich tactics as were in evidence here and to cnorts. all over Kentucky lnt Saturdav. In the Ifeinibliean' convention here with V. C. Wvnn. chairman of the Couiilv 0oininittce. nreiii':". .Indue i. t. Wclk'-- r ,rns nominated bv the Tnft lwniile for tcmuororv ehnrr-niiii- i. and II. V. llastin bv the lioose-ve- lt 1'ollowiiiL'. Tho eouithouse would not hold the crowd thai rath-ere- d BKiiiiSSeSPsisiiiiikii niul it was nei'i'o-ar- v to hold the convention in th,. Public Smmtv. Tli result of the count was 743 to 3S0 in favor of II. V. Ha-t1W temuororv ehainunn. but before the vote could be announced bv the counter.1-- . Chairman Wvnu had Sat-urda- v. miu-hin- y 1 ie .Bcntt Nnboth's dnm, Norn Buugh-ran- u by Nerval C335, by Electioneer 125, 2d dnm' Lcln J. by Metropolitan H7'2 by linmiltoninii 10, 3d dnm Josephine by Mnmbrino Stat light 3042 by Durlbny 441; 4th dnm Mary With crs by Oliver (thoroughbred); 0th dnm by Wagner; Uth dnm by Imp. Trnnby 7th dnm by Thornton's Battler. Henu Naboth is n bandsorao bay, standing 10:3 2 hands of great style nnd notion nnd perfect disposition. He hns proven n breeder, and his own breeding, tho Klcctionecr-Wilkc- s 1-- nly i cros His crosses is becond to none. to watch tho condition n ex. tho the and bowels. The weary headache", hail lireath. tho frequent pimple, the Kencral nlr of latitude la nine llmea nut of ten tho result or or Indication, or both Stn almple remedies can I obtained, hut moit the best In the estimation ofI'epuln. women la I)r. Caldwell's Syrup It la mild, plcaaant to the tnato and r exactly suited to her need. It 1" "ch Tenn , nnd Ilorence Cook, I.ucas, Ky. trial of this Anyone wlshlnr to make' remedy before liiMlna: It In tha reifislar ay of a druimlst at fifty renta or one tfnmlly site) can dollar a a sample bottle sent to the bae of charKe by simply addressinghome Dr freo W II. CAl.fv.ell, I0S WashlnKton 81. Your rismo ond addrcea Ill Mi.ntlcello. atal card will do. on u lt FORD mnres with saddle bred have unfailingly produced combined colts of high class. Benu Naboth will mako the present season at J. W. Haughmnn's stable, en the Somerset pike, half mile from Stanford, nt $lu to insure n living Money duo when innrc is colt. traded or parted with or bred elsewhere. M. ...... . J. W. & H. C. BAUGHMAN m Sinuford, Ky. TWO MIGHTY JACKS. Less Than One Cent a Mile. I ' ""good 20 horsepower records. So I think the Ford enr is certainly the enr for the farmer. Signed E. W. Seiler, Dundas, 111. not city pavements, either. Get the point? Country roads are Ford Model T is the universally popular motor car the world over, Every because of its universal service and everlasting economy. third car made in America in 1012 will beva Ford Model T. Good Linnnn 1lftlri ff1 Vfitl. sMl T of the cost of railroad tinnsportntionl That's the record of the Ford Model T of a whole neighborhood of Ford', in fact. Head this: "In that short time (June to September) I drove the. per mile running expenses, car 1,830 miles with less than including lights, and no repairs at all. I think thnt record is good, but I know of several cars just like mine thnt made just as One-thir- d one-ce- nt 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. b. Detroit Ford Model T. Commercial Roadster, 4 cylinders, d passengers, removable rumble seat, fully equipped, f . o. b. Detroit For Demonstration, see W. E. GLOVER, Agent, CfiQft AA pu7V.VU $fjQH fl f) After the Icooscvelt iionlo- - hi'H Clifton and Russell. their convention and selected delegates as follows: H. V. llastin. ehniniiau: It. S. Will mnk(thc present enson nt V. H. Mo. Ilronn. J. F. llulti-elnw- . the Mnblos of .Ins. H. Woods. tro J. L. I)osier. A. H. Ktridire. 1M Chandler. S. I.. IJnird. Dr. G. II. miles vct of Stnnfntd. on the Shel-b- v Citv pike, nt lO 1o insure a liv-iHendren. J. C. Cricdli?. Dr. Vm. Humett. A. F. Snnderx. John Floxil eolt. TrniWne the mnre forfeits W. Invell. Tho?. F.vans. the Georire Care will be Kev. il. F. ISnilev and Jes Jlver. to prevent neeidents. but not tnken --; In the count on the lt forces won bv C02 to ponsible should nnv occur. Both of nothintr. the Tntt neonle not 'nw. these ineks lire 15' bunds hieh. ins tin for a count. Furthermore black, with liuht points nnd have the Tnft tieonle held no contention nroven themselves e.xtrn fiiin breednece-'-ilil- .. to the public. The Taft leaders cnUM-tin- tr of ers. Ten wennliiiL mule colts bv Jude. L. L. Walker. VT. T. West thee incks sold ftir nn nernee of Storekeeper and Onui'cr II. J). Hern-do- n inoro thnn $123.00 nt our snle last and United States Revenue Atrent If. A. I!urnide worked dav fall. Jennets will be eared for after nnd will be bred to either and nit'lit to enrrv the eotintv t'or June iTaft and Hradlev. but could muster iack at $20 to insure n colt. oniv jsu to i J tor i(oocveit. ilio E. P. Woods. J. H. Woods Ifoosevelt ueonle made n clean fitrlit Stanford. Kentuckv. influencci3. umii? no eotruDtiiiL' while it is said thnt the Taft leaders silent a world of moiipv. ne Uoo-fve- lt CARROLL PRESTON 4383 A horse thoLis distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the show ring, '"ere were few better rings of colts seen in a ring this year than those exhibited at Ltncaster. Ky., by Carroll 4, by CromPreston. He is by Preston !'22, well 73. by Washington Denmark Gl: 1st dam Baby Pence "Oltf, Fee $2.r.()0 to by Enoch Ardcn: 2nd dam by Almont Forrest. insure. Carroll Preston is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Ky. Also in service Hervey Highland, 3027 A. S. II. H. Will make the season of 1912 nt mv iJnee. two tmle- wet of n the BnulfonKvillc nike. Sired bv Highland Denmark 7.ii II bv lllaok Sauiriel jS. In. bv Mnck Kncle 74 he bv Kins: William 07 he bv Washington Dfiunnrk 04. Iip bv Ciniues' Denniiirk Gl. Hervev's dnm Anne WnshitiL'ton 135ij. she bv WnshiiiL'ton ol he bv Cromwell 73. h bv Deiimnrk 04 bv Gnins' Denmark til. 2nd dam bv Valet to Ilov ."i3." bv Vidette bv v. bv Illoodt Hlnek Ilnwk. liv V..r. nioiit IJInck Hawk, bv Sherman Mor- i) Vm-tle.- Don Varrick puw,VJ CCQfl ((i eJi7 V. UU nttd to? Stanford, Ky. Why Pay Fiw ThnM Mtrt Hr Itotf than Yt FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it. C. Has no Equal (or Farm, Factory and Residence buildi- water tight seams. C. Your Dealer can furnish Samples and Proofs. C. If not, ask Us. ngs. C, Kant Leak Kleets absolutely insure . ul T Stoaw ONCERS rflW ROOFING DEPARTMENT OHIO The Diem & Wing Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI. Descriut on. Foaleii nnfi7. a beautiful lic-hbav. 1(1 linmls lm.li. lots of weight, with face, left iront and luitli liind feet wlnte. Ho is a verv fine borfC. Iiuviiil' n lout: rante neek. light in the throat latch, hieh thin wether, eood back and tail, a men clean set of limb. Ilest ties. cribed as the aecented tvne of the American saddln horse. Hcrvev HiL'hland hns had but lit- tln woik both under snild'- - and in hamerfs. and i. learmnL' to steD nwnv with lots of eracc and nir. His beautiful t'nrm ami in.irL-ti-l individunlitv. counled with his nopti-la- r, blood lines, will nmeal to breeders ilpsiiintr to nro-dnhorses of the hitrlict class. iiis dam is a tin., individual a.s well ns n srroat lrootl mare, havimr had two fillies bv Kentucky's Aitist (uotluiiL' liUo the siro Hidilnml Den mark was.) to m'II fur $1.(100 each. Henev Ilisrlilnndovi 11 undoubted! v make both a treat show nnd stock Iioisp. Fee $20.00 to Insuro n Livinn Colt. Mnre-. traded, narted with or bretl -- L'llll. 1 Will make the season of 1912 at my stable, one mile from Stanford, nt flo to insjire n living fonl. Don Vnrriek is n beautiful ches.-nu- tr 10:2. by the great Onward Silver 2:05l4, bu by Onward, by Geo. Wilkes. Onward Silver sold for $2.",000, nnd was ns j,'a,no a race hurs-as ever went down the Grand Circuit. Don Vnrriek'ss first dam by Wilkes Boy, the sire of a great family of Futurity winner; 2d dam, .Mary by Hogg':) Grey Kngle, the dam of The Wag 2:154 and .Mndelene Patchen, the dnm of Buhner 2:10. Billy Wilton 2:20, Winchester 2:10 and Miss If. 2:30. Don Vnrrick's dam wns the dam of Dr. Connor, thnt paced u public half mile nt Lexington nt l(i months in l:0Slt nnd sold for $1,000 to N. W. Hub- ineer, of New Haven, Conn.; also the dnm of Maggie Igo, that trotted ii half mile on same truck in 1:11 nt'10 months, nnd sold for $300. Don Vurriek bietds size, speed nnd mus 1. uis is per fect. Season money duo when mnre is sold, traded or bred to another horo. Will pasture mares nt $3 u I month, and will take epeciul enre I to pi event accidents, but will not bo . ' .1 :i.i i.i Minimi nuv ueuur. ED BALLARU, Stanford, Ky. DOCK. HIGH CLOUD 3334, by Highland Gay 1149, by Highland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy High Cloud is Lambert 33.W, by Red Cloud 2197. Fee a dark bay horse with white markings. Stands 10 bands high and is full made. Has not bad much handling but shows lots of action and speed. Both will stand at Nunnelley's stable. W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Kentucky. (bBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbT lisssssssssssBssNlHMSlsHHH LsbbbbbbbHbbbbKbbb? LsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsiaBBm tfBfiylasaBBBSBBBBBBBBBH . w 1 T" 'BBBBBBBBBT ) "mMbBBBBBBBBb! aasWEr VUnil.".Z:ji,' BBBBBBBBBLsWBBBBBBisBBUK ' .? y iFiwzmmrx DOCK GFIEY ' stissaV8i'lNBHPBBBBW St-- i" "JZiiimlmlZZ-mSSSSO- .".. .jwuMtmf iswjMaJsalsjTaBBBF If CURES Cholera. Gaoes. Limberneck. Roud. Canker. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry ;s"o":."o0?r R Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-1- 1- 44 Mtta. ! elsewhere forfeits insurance, and money becomes dut nt time of such Lien Tetained on colt tnuisaction. until sensiiu i nald. .Mares from a distance crazed on eood blue crass nt S2.50 rcr month. Mares entrusted will reivo'mv ner- sonul uttentioq. but 'not responsible lor accidents or escapes. W. M. D0DD. III'STOXVI LLK. KCNTUCKY. TWO FARMS FOR SALE! One of 75 acres, a mile south of ft. Crab Orchard, with Kood dwelling house, barn, nnd outbuildings ant SOLO BV the celebrated White Sulphur water; SOLD BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. tho other contains 1G0 ncres and is located 5 miles south of Crab Orchhouse, ard. This has a good it is known ns tho Atchison place. modern for your family as a ice Address C. H. Adams, Crab OrchMake your home as MR. FARMER: widence, and place youreeli in a position to get the latest market quotations ard, Ky. at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with CONCRETING the benefits received. Call or address our nearest otBco or write direct to We are in position to do all kinds .leadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for iuformationregarding our special "Far-mer- e' of concreting, such ns Block Work, Line" rate. If you are not at present eujoyiug telephone service, we Pavements, nnd in fact, wo can mako can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, anything from a houso down to a Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tLe Southern portion of Indiaua and fence post. Call and get our prices EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Illinois. before you buy your material at (INCOBrOBATKD' least. MASONS' MEETING PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. HENRY L CASEY. D. V. S. Lincoln Lodge No. CO, P. & A. M., Veterinarian. meets in stated communication on FIRE Former Director Animal Industry each first and third Monday nights ExVeter- Phillipine Islands. mmd SURETY BONDS of each month, at 7 o'clock in their innrian U. S. Army hall on Mnin street. Stanford. Kv.. Office LsM's StaM, Phone 432, Members of sister lodges fraternally TAM FORD, KY. Agent American Hog Cholera Serum. invited to be present. II. C. Car. Danville, Ky. pattr, Secretary. 8 utd Retire ytui J lUolll lU Iml Mia Kfc BrruU Dmhawn. Kth urn "I poultry irmcdr m.d. Ileum ttprf AadlimrjtfDeckvniKoutfaJ. , dioprd dowa ih Ulii t WillCoonn, U.rdMown. Ky.. urn "On. diop oi Httip lA ltiilhebtprcHiul ht.nud. cUclu Uli tk worn udiclOTelhtchkkiDMilr. Mfg. iadCiuriBlted by J. RobL Crumr, Ranlilowii, Ky. Price 50c at ill titoiiltu. foe 4-- 1 tnf Shetland pony, 38 inches tall; owned by Hugh Rcitl Foster will make the season of 1912 at $10 to I inure a living colt.. He Is by an I will stand my fino Shctlnnd stalported pony that cost $1,000 In the Islands and is regarded by lion Doek for tho seiisou of 1012 nt horsemen as the best pony In Kentu cky defeating all comers In the show the farm of S. J. Kmbry on the Lanring of 1903.. Lien retained on all c Mares paid. caster pike, nt t10 to inbtiio nliving parted with or bred elsewhere forfei olts until season Is ts insurance and money becomes due eolt. Dock is one of tbo fined bred Will make the season at my farm. JOHN B. FOSTER, Stanford, Kentucky. Shetlnnds ever brought to Kentucky. Ho is sired by Imp. Bluo Eye; 1st dnm by Imp. Bobbin II; 2d dnm Imp. TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS Nnnou by Imp. Bobbin III. He J3 n benutjful black nnd white COURSES: Preparatory. State Cer tiflcate, splendidly marked and nn nristocmt County Life Diploma, Certificate Review, nil over. Just 40 inches high mid Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, the sweetest littlo horse you ever snw. Expenses Very Low. Ahk About It. Artistic Cfitalejrje Free. Address ci i. : : : J. G. CRABBE. President. : : : Richmond, Kentuckv Stnnford, Ky. ri., State Normal " RURAL TELEPHONES. Jordan Peacock' 1148 SEASON OF 1912 VVVTW 20-C- p. INSURANCE RlLHTWUUn) Sired by l'eacock 408 by Bluo Jeans 3, ho by Phillip's Black Horn--, bo by Gen. Taylor 84. Dam, Lena Itivers Vy Cabell's Lexington; 2d dnm, daughter of Louis Jordan, thoroughbred; 3d dnm daughter of Wagner. In securing tho services of this horse, I realize ho will produce what tho breedors of this county need: style nnd finish. 'Ho is not nn untried horse. I know bo has produced more high class horses from common mares than any stud in Kentucky. He is tho siro to breed walk-trhorses, tho kind that sell He will stand at a fee in reach of all, $15 to insure a living colt. R. S. SCUOOER, McKlmwy, Ky. ot Pedigree MONUMENTS S SI - i OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OV- I ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. A MONUMENT IS HOT EXPENSIVE UNLESS YOU CARE TO HAVE IT SO. OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED AND CONSIDERING QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. U JO Wm. Adams & Son. .,. DJ.-.- . .n. Lexington, iy XT d jtjJji-irVrsiif- ,4. Uu ir. HMHMMllWwjfi THE STANFORD MT. MORIAH INTERIOR JOURNAL, mid STANFORD, KENTUCKY. State-conventio- Chest Pains and Sprains Sloan's Liniment Is an ex ccllcnt reined) (or chest and throat afTectii in. It quickly relieves congestion and A few drops in water used as a gatglc. is antiseptic and healing. ' laski. Mr, licit Shewmaker hns return(lien Cliiffin has moved into rei- - ed from 11 iit to homefolks in Hat -from Mc-deuce, leeently neiited by Mr. Ullis. lodsburg. ctikltsey. I have ulrj II lor rf tlir.Mt. I n n vlllo. croup, tiftit ok vl rlininaitim ind Mr. Wnllcr l'etrey mid family will la ncry Mr. nnd Mrs. Slindoan went to u It fin ImUnl ttlUI," Tan nessec, go to Ohio soon, to iniike their, home. Cincinnati Monday shopping. kl.llM.LA JANE ISA.US. writes: Lucy, KtnliKky. "I , son. Louis Kiiieuid and Thomas Grndy Mr. nnd Mrs. It. J. Iloguc were visited in Paint Lick lust week. M guests at H. (1. Uillilmid'H Hundny. &&", Mrs. Wilbur Ooodo and daughter, and had Mr. .1. W. Iteynnhls nnd family Mis Loiiuie, nro visiting Mis. Jones C. Crystal White Leghorns docS. throe inrn jI.m guests at Mr. Oi'liltt'ld". MUs Ku jioser is visiting ut liie tors treating d From hens with reMr. W. A. Horlon, of Wuyncdiurg liouie of Jlr. Irn Moser. me. All mmmmWmmmmmu cords of over 200 eggs a year. The rpent a diort time here with hi failed to do Mr. H. I'. Slioop was visiting his is cCv!!ciit fur spiuim nt ill strain that lays is the strain that A. T. Ilorton. mo sister Mr. J. J. Moer here. bruises. It stops the pain TJr i father, Mr. Mi-t- s so oil, and Mi Mmide Ilrown has relurncil Irene nnd Mr. Dclbert Jlor- - pays. Egg3 from No. 1 pen $2.50 at once and reduces swelljmf. aBfafk?, per 15 eggs, other pens $1.50 per pronounced to DniiMlle, having gpent 11 shor1 I tniti ur(. visiting hcic. ing very quickly my health xiJ time with I lie liomctolks nere. Mr. Whitten, an nged citizen of 15 7.00 per 100. Get in the lnying Sold by all dealers. Kone. Icon- - Mr. B. W. D. Barnei. Order today. Lock Box Mrs. Itutli nautili, of Middletowr this- eity, died Friday of 11 compli clnss. oludod to Prtoo, 2So., OOo., $LOO Ohio, i with her mother, Mrs. Ilulda cation ot troubles. The death an 500. A. C. Altord, Stanford, Ky 1 try Peruna, and after using four bot Agent for Tnlnnc incubators guar Alford, who was very sirk, but is gel isited the home of Mr. Wilcher tics can aay I was entirely cured." Call at Irealite improving her innliy friends will bo last week and took nwny 11 leloed anteed not to overheat. Unable to Work. little one. house nnd see sample. lal Io know. Mr. Qustav Illmmclrclch. Hochhclm. Mr. James Hanson hns recovermonument the M'itt'iiell, II. - - -- U 4xtv. Texas, writes: ed 'from 11 severe illness. S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. a number of years I suffered mini, of Wn.uicidnirg, was here Inst "For Mr. Mcrrimun shipped n d The laying strain thnt fills the took cold, with sevcro nt- - week. whenever I of chickens Friday. egg basket in zero weather; early iv.va .WM, ,...,. uu.v j.w.i wnui iinti He j.n limnr. nm il CVi f Earl S. Sloan Mr. J. IL Tyler' ha- - been woiking maturing big boned fryers. Setting ..' to tho common homo remedies. I). Wnll's ln.t M. "Last year, however, I suffered for pleasant enller nt elra nt Hie depot. eggs house delivery $.100 per 15; Mr. John Laud bought n veal of shipping eggs $1.50 per IS.-- ' Mrs. eight months without Interruption no Sunday. I). Hoguc nnd lit- Mi-- s Ullon Montgomery Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. that I could not 'do any work at all. tit 5 cents A. C. Alford, Stanford, Ky. nl-- o tle Wilinii, visited ielnties at Tho various medicines that wcro preone of Mack Ljtle nt the fcamc ..- - - I scribed brought ma no relief. price. INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS "After taklnc six bottles of rcruna. i 3Irs. Aniiu Ilaxtcr nnd clnldien, of .Mr. It. C. Coffcv sold n veal Io Lacupl and two pf Manalln I I Eggs for sale $1 per setting of 12 two of vi,itors nt ,c Gien j'tnbry and ton nt 8 cents. Kl,bnk ' rp. m free of my trouble so that I can do 3lr. W. y. Wighanl taught a 7wo-- J CC 3 f0" '2t All orders receive ! Mr- -. I. tlrown. nil my farm work nBaln. I can heart- prompt attention. .Wolford Nx Lqv. m ear-ol- d half from Mr. Hugh l v vVaWWr Me rs, Clarence Hurton, Manfred Uy recommend this medlclno to any 'of Dnnvilic. PC(!icret - - oil, It. F. D. No. 1. Box SO. Stanford Sinil lu- W. T ......-.- , ono'who suffers with this nnnoylnR and A'liford Griffin, have gone to " "' .. " John Land boitsht n bunch of K'.v. complaint and hcllcvo that they will Indinunpolis, Ind. , .a.l t jKmg Kagle, Vol. 0, A. S. II. IL, Kn. hogs from J. II. Mvcrs nnd Oliver obtain good results." r.ViiJ, he by IIo.mi1 King 2333, lie by (i cents. BUFF ORPINGTONS ARE MICROBES IN YOUR SCALP? Toombs nt On Time, 713, ho by KJoncwnll Jack Mr. Ernest Ford nnd Mis Nell I am getting 21 dozen eggs a week . WITH A HIGH HAND Shetland hfitilioil foaled May 10th, son 72, Itoynl Kinii'M Ut dam Molliu while on their way to school from 80 hens. Setting of 15 for $1. It has Been Proved that Microbes Ellis 11)10. Illaek. with while 011 hhoul-tlt- t, " had a very exciting accident when C. C. Withers, It. F. D. No. 2, Stan Moiintr. 2381, lie was the noted sire (OliHgow Time-- ) Cause Baldness while over iiunrtcis, while legs, the 'hnfts pulled off their biisrsrr. ford. Ky., Phone 10.1-CnbbellV I.e.xiiiglou, Hon. IleiiO' !' Prwitt, chairman !'. S. King liirKO white lar in forehead, imitn-- 1 Mrs Burke is visiting her daugli- Ger- - J Professor Uiinn 01 llninbiirg, Iwmle's 1st dam Hip, r.7i, bhe by of tho Democratic Mate central and 10M v lull, saddle tin back. Sired by tei' in Tennessee. Oiwim M)iiy, lie by Hundley's Hlue Kagle Ilird 1011, he by Old King executive committees, hn taken him- many, nnd Dr. Sabournnd, the lend niscover-e- d (leimatologl-l- , ing riciieli Hyes, Iht dam Dotsy a very fine Kngle 730. 2d dmu Parties wanting rooms nnd offices Ited Lion, Ilrd self to Washington, consulted with that u microbe ciuiscs baldness. pony, that could trot in three minmid so the Kentucky call nt State Bank & Trust Co. See by Ilnrri- -' Hoiimark, he by Millinn Their Iheoi-- ha- - time and again been utes mid fine ns 11 thoroughbred.' 11-- tf urrmigcil matters that there will be limply erificd through research ex- their nice rooms. Toi-can tiot fast, pace, run-iii- ler Denmark 15; Itli dam by Jim iiio holding a periment- curried on under tile oblieooMt. wbatoMT for walk mid high step. I showed i Hell. Thoroughbred. State convention in Kentucky, iir servation of eminent scientists. I11111 I .n Mi.itbl nt r..i til f I.O Knur l'nsle, Jr's. 1st tbini wis lor un demoeiat giving Hie liiatlcf This lniciobe lodge- - in the Stibum, ' Mveetr-dnkmonths of use. in nm .Mollie eitlier thought or attention, lu conngniiit ulleged ponio nnd he took 2d dmuI)tcniion,slie bv Old Dreniion, junction with the friends of Speaker which i the uatiiriil huir oil and A. S. H. It. 3328 Copei bottom, .111111 runs when permitted to flouiish it de the piemiuiii. refuCcd iJOO for him Clink, it has all been nicely arimig-e- d trov- - the hair follicle- - and in tiiae buck Io Davy Crockett. Sired by Dignity Unvv 1902, he till re times before he was four Note. King Knule, Jr., is 7 year? that tho pole- - entirely elo-- e, ami the scalp by Chester Daie 10, he by Black inoiilhs old. i. vote-- , of Kentucky The twenty old dark bnv with one white hind iiiilunlly dike- - 011 a slimy uppear- - Siiuhrcl 58, ho by King William 97. '.ToljeaeaeaeaejSffPIt j.fcg..f- -' Will make the snson of 1012 nt iJiull be hmided over to Mr. Cluik. auce. When tin- - liappoir. tliero is 1st dam Toxaway 4038, my place in Crab Orohnrd, Ky., 300 loot, nice uinne and tail, Mauds full also regist7'JTfr'-- ' The State exeeiitixe committee no hope of the giowlh of hair) be 17 haudn high, weiho 1,000 pounds vnrde from post office on Dripping tered in Vol. 10, A. S. II. It. She by -- linll be nbolihi'd. find well pioporlioued eery way. A ing rcviwii. livSprings 10ml at $10 to insure a rrnnk Mullock, of Lexington, bhall eombined sinllioii with plenty of Wc have n lemedv which will, we Abdullah Mainbriuo 3715, he by Aling colt. " speed. Myl,. nnd net ion, 'u cidt- - he chairman of the State committee. hoiio-tl- y believe, remove dandruff, mont 33, , 2nd dam Lady Davis by Buff Oroinotons W. G. DUNN. to the The delegate- llow that he is n hileudiil breeder "''"" "J "uuruou uniei; .mi Eii!;li-- li Snlnioli Favemlle-- . ci'irs exterminate the microbe, promote 1 KKXTUCKY. CHAH OltrilAltl). convention itc .iiggoj.teil. dam Mattie S., by Foreign Light, by He will niak,. the sca.-igood ciiciilation in the scalp nniM of 1012 ut of the new Mnte around the hair roots, tighten mid Foreigner, by Impoited Gleneo; 4th HI per 15: $15 per 30: Indian Ban'The make-li- lt my bain, one mile Wet of Wnynes-bui- g ner Duck- - that lav the tv'.ul white We receive fresh fruit every day. eommiltee wa- - uieiitioiied. ( ieik at $10 to inon Ilettie C. by Cunninghams ievitah'7.0 the hair root- -, and over-- 1 dam euL's $1 nor 13": $3.50 nor 30. Hi ocr eoiiimittecmuuship come babbles- -, so long as theio is ! Coppei bottom. The- - national Telephone us jour order. Cover's jure 11 livini; colt. 100. Mv stock tunic fimu the Blue was niriiiige'H foi. restaurant. j Mnros traded, parted with or bred Note. Almont Dare is n show-midlife left in tho hairoots liibboii winners of tin- - eomrtiv. lu other wind- -, nil the actual 'Im'wIiimo without niv consent forit e oiick up 111- siaieuient wiui ,orse under saddle, in harness and OCOOOOOOOOftQdOO feits thy iiisuruuee. nnd the nionev work of the eonwution wn our own personal guarantte that yds ))V i,ater iV' breeder second to none .Make vour stmt with the best blood. Alwav- - elnd to show mv birds to of. hut thai body will be gener-ou-l- y len.uy caiien (exaii a.i- 1 air ion- - ,,,, B. D. CARTER, , O becomes: due nt such transaction. l mRlv& brin ; Mrs. ,Sam Em-br- v. anv ono mtore-tenllowed to fliieet. tnke 11 few ,c will be supplied ree ot nil co- -t New Livery, O Cniv token to prevent necident but . to ,500 nml v Jr. Stniifoid. Kentuckv. f,om 3fl0 fflt weunli drmkr mid adioiirn. the uer if it fail- - to do as We state $1,000 Depot Street, ot f.honld any occur. O O nt 3 to 4 years: $000 was of- - ' noCTJI1 ,,...,,. All I hi- - wns decreed in n colisul- -It will frequently help to restore : Kx. 'Phone 96 O I'hone in lies. Wnvnot-bunr- . unrinuiuna. talion hetwe'ii iihuiit lilteen men gun mid failed hair to it- - onina fered for his dam a't 2 years old nnd C. G. CALDWELL . SON. no uisr winter liner-- . O STANFORD, KENTUCKY C Irom Kel- $100 for his 2nd dam when horses in the city of Washington. color, piovidiug Io of color ha . Wnvnesbupg. ICv. ufnr off . . . It. P. P. Vo. 1. ' t. ill. iiii iini ll"-- Mr Fh iinir OOO0OOOCJOOOOOOO Theio lire 230,000 Democrats in been cn.wd by da-e- ; yet it is in "eieeneap. 111, jru nam could raeU ii'iiiii :, ,rnm ,m, ,,; ii.50 iTer st Kentucky. Kneh nnd oery one of no son-- e a dye. Ifoxall "03" Hair " lasl h" K0"' orse couiu run n ,. 5. u. HOOUfi island Reds Tonm When yon wnnt n bond of nny BOOKKEEPING them has just as much power in the I'oiiie uecompli-he- Kse- - $1.50 nor 15. under whip and spur. He is a pret- - kin- - strain. the-- e lesults bv Builneu.Phonogriphy kind sec Fi-- h & Hromlev. They ns nny of the gentleman aiding in making every hair loot, '.v bay 10 hands nnd weighs mound Indian Runner Ducks that lav the TYPEWRITING and represent tho Amerienu Surety Co., irvomi-have who hac intimated their de-ito follicle ,nud pigment gland stiong 1200 jtouuds. Goes 0 distinct gaits white eiirs $1 per 11 cu'lv. TELEGRAPHY ImgiM in the win Id. spined ncithei means nor time in 24-tnet n- - pioxy for the democracy of nnd active, mid by stimulating ay nil good nnd fn-- t. One full brother selei'tiiic this itoek. Thev are from . aaa ui i.rXrrJlla.,, taTLnli, Kelituck.v. We lire of the opinion mi turn! flow of coloring pigment j sold for $3,000 nnd another report- - mite wimiini; and heavv lavini; Ita I'rMlVnl h riprlnr la mrrtnttt See the be- -t oil stovo on the mar- that the voter- - will be heaid from in ftnllotf 1uidim, &IM1 n yari rnraOaff lf.n tlnougliout the Hint- cell- -. n ftni nm-- a fnr nrrM ed sold for $1,500 nnd one sister,' A. C. Hill. Stanford. Kv.. It. F. D. I aieriCnt.r nnw. ket nt Ooorifo II 22-t- f. rights Karris' no iinecrtniu tone- - n- - to 'their WILMt'K m. ! We exact nt' obligation- - or prom- - , Tow n.ir,. nffmo.i i -- nn r. ITH.LBlasla.K7. WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. breeding don't you think? ' T.s, J00' . ....... 'V....... ,,Ti ""r,vr' ...... ' Season 191'J nt mv Rtnlil.. 1 .'1 ...... ....M.a ,'uu lor ,J "'so l"Uian Hutwer mid if not satisfied tell us nnd we MrS- - L. P. 12- s -- 0mile- - fiom luslonville on Libert v wk will lefimd the money you paid us pike nt $15 to insure live eolt. Money Inunnelley, Luncnster, Ky., It. R. No. for it. Two size- -, piices 50 cents g Phone Stanford Exchange 103 A. nnd $1. Itomember, you can obtain due when colt is foaled, mnre part- ed with or bred nt I flrnss it in Stniifoid only ut our store The S ,C 1BRf"('' LEGHORN EGGS. $2 per month nnd nil stock will have ' iltexnll Store. Benny's Dni" Stoie. my personal attention but will not f w,nto.r ln'e,rs- - 0ur 'j.6"3 Who-- e wonderful Itoot & Herb medicines have been making such l'""1. !n rTS One of the be- -t points in favor of bo reo.pona.ible for accidents. Cor cities for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the rendL BtrW Foley Kidney Bills is tho comfort reapondence nnd inspection invited. " olThe Interior Journal,"lhrougli the courtesy & splendid rates offerers nnd lelief they give to elderlv peo- S. T. POWELL, ed by it editor. The unmo of my grent unicrul icmedy, A Hustonville, Ky. WHITE PEKIN DUCKS ... ple. Mrs. It. D. McGeo 301 Fast 5th ' $1 Per Setting. COM-CEL-S- AR. St., Uwensboio, Ky., Is in her 78 Morgan S. Baughman Jr., Phone 41 year and snys: ''I hoard of Foley Stanford, Ky. composed of 1(1 Boots & Hcibs. It I an ideal spring & fall tonic, stout-itcKidney Bills nnd bosun tnking them, I R. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. kidney, bladder & blood remedy, is a body & Iher, mid they commenced to act nt once, Eggs $1.00 for 15 y nerve builder of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for my kidneys nnd bladder and Mrs. w. P. Logan, R. d. No. 4, putting the blood & general system in fine condition to meet tho necestrouble- - me nil gone." Sluignrs nnd I'hone 108-is sold at all sary changes taking phife nt those seasons. Tanner. drug stoics, tho' some times, yon find n druggist who for somo reason S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS will not handle my icmedies. In that case, 1 will, 011 receipt of the price Can supply 240 egg incubjfor in 3 is packof $1.00 scud it postnge paid any plneo on earth. KkkuiLakHllk.kV All Bftr'H days; 75 cents per 15 or $5 per 100. ed & backed by n legal gunranteo that cets back your dollar if Mrs. J. M. Cress, R. D. 4, Stanford, nlso for fails to do what you buy it for. Call for I Phone 380Q Lancaster exchange. 's Science Sope which is madu of pum vegetable oils Charlie for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for 25i & money back if you don't INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS happen to like it. Fawn and white. Heavy layers. Mv yenis of experience as a cowboy & among tho Indians, give ldfe eggs 75 cents for 15. Mrs. OF me a peculiar fitness & knowledge of tho viiuo of Hoots & Hcibs as medicines, & I would like to send every 1 bought one of the red jacks from Robert Nunnellcy, Stnnford, Ky., R. POULTRY BOURBON render of this paper & nny friends of yours, a copy of the gientest book of its kind ever published, entitlJ. K. Hnuglimiin that has made a D. No. 1. Phono Hustonville, 5 It. U is MM with startling facts obtainable 110 plaeo el-- e, & costs you nothing ed, "The Cowboy Herbalist". tccoid for himself. Will stand bin' CURE WHITE CHINESE GEESE ut my place at $12.50 to insiuc. but n post cnid, & if you want a fine calendar, say so & I will mnil you ono for 1012, lithographed in five down the throat ot a ' 1'ggs 0 for $1. TWO SHETLAND PONIES delroy tho worm colors, a fine likeness of myself, entitled, "Heady for the round-uplife. and ave tho chlck'idrinking-wateJ. Thos. Hackley, Jr., It. D. No. Kiiriquc, a white mid black stalAll letters cheerfully answered, information given rclativo to Roots ci Herbs ns medicines. Cntliolio few drop In tho A cures ami lion of uieat beaiitv and stvle; foal- 2, Stanford. Ky. or Protestant, Read Your Bible Kzekial M7:12. Kcclosinstos 30; 14, 1G, 10, 17 also Chapter 38; 4, C, 0, Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Itevclntions 22:2 Psnlm 103:14. Write PREVENTS DISEASE ed 100!) by L. ('. Price's tho Major FINE BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK J5. SI. I'aul to the Hoiuans, 14:2. For the treatment ot White Diarrhoea In chick of I'onninkeii 002!, dam Ladv Ora these verses down, then read them. Tho Biblo says "Physician Heal Thyself ".ei so, if modern doctors with EGGS ana Ulaclbead and other dlseake In turkey 1040. Ihcmselves, what chances havo YOU to be cured! mercury & other poisons can't heal $2.00 for 15; $2.00 poultry book Jesse is known by everybody. clean, healthy & successful life. POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL EOUBMN Yours for a long, Like the jack he has made his owr free with your first order. Seed W. Iroadway, Louisville, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOfor catalogue. The tarred Reck One SOcboMIe make 12qllonof medicine. reputation. or cidendnr.address Dept. 7. If you write for information, book M. S. IAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. Farm, McKinney, Ky. Lyne tros., Crab Orchard, Ky. htt iim4 M un'i jtut inii tin Utiilr to I i " Here's Proof IJnlmtnt for lit nndrlul SLOANS LINIMENT faKKY ri'it Jtititl ( Waller Ditgnn li!M rt tin nod home from Ohio. Mrs. I). 0. Ilnllnrd is quite stick nt this wilting. .Mrs. Mrs. L'usinlu l'ppcrson mid Mrs. .loliii Kcid mid children, spent 11 few days with ,Mrs. Flotcnro Terry, lit NohI'h creek, lust neck. .Mrs. .Initios M. Wurfiold, of Louis-ill- e, is idling her parents here. l.itllc Alum Weed Is on the pick list Mis Nonrnrl Hutchison, of Stanford, wnw the nttnictive guest of fiiciids hero lust Suiidiiy. Mr. Jiuiies Unstin mid children of Nelson, Ky., lire spending n few days with his puicnl Mr. nnd Mrs. M. S. lliivtiti, of thi plnec. Mr. find Mrs. Will Long, of Stnn-foispent Saturday with his sister, Mr. 0. (. Spcnkes. Mis. Mario Mnsttn 13 very Pick villi In grippe. Mrs. Mniido Fiiulknei nnd little sou, Itntph l'mersnn, of Ludlow, nrc viittitr her pnients, Mr. nnd Mrs. I!. II. lint field. Mr. Miinley Mefluffoy nnd Mis Ida I'enrl Ilnstin of this place were mnrried Wednesday, April 3rd. The lirido is the third dnuu'hler. of Mr. nnd Mr. J. M. Ilnstin nnd one of our most popular young Indies. The groom is nn industrious young ninn. nnd hns n hot of ftiends here. Their happy wnh them iniiny friends llllil priispcintl Wedded life. Cnrrofpnndont nt tlreou ltrinr, we oau hnnlly gues who the wedding bell- - will ling fur in your cominuui-Iv-Ienn sny that Dan Cupid hn been orv hutv Ihtp. d, 11 Doctors Said Health Gone Suffered with Throat Trouble Mr. B. W. D. liar ties, ex Hhcrirt their ideas, before the MORELAND meet. PLEASANT POINT of County, Tennessee, In a letter Warren Dr. M. h. Pipes is medical lectures in Chicago. Mr. Oeoigp Hunii nnd family, and The snle nt Mrs. M. A. Cummins, Miss Alice White nro visiting rela .Mureh 24th, wiis well u'lteiided con- - I'incs in Louisville. Lidding tlit! mill. Mr-.- . Cummins hns .Mr. Date Hopkins, of Lntonio, is her duugh. visiting his brother here. gone io Lexington t ler, Mrs. Mnry 11. Leach. Mr. Colter White nnd son were I'nii Grnjbeiil has moved to Cin- visiting in Junction City Int week. cinnati, whore ho hns n good posi.Miscs Corn nnd .May Reynolds tion. hne gone to Cincinnati for n leng0. W. nilison lino moved to Pu- thy visit. -u I OOO POULTRY COLUMN O of 1'uro attending the O Itclinhle Breeders 0 t 0 0 OO00OO O O O O O 0 Bred Poultry Cnrd of Five Lines $1 ammBmW 0O0000OO O0 0 - 1 rT Ajj Jr...' . ;vj zy iMr.it .V'BQkV&BV? had threat mi trouble any mm WF 'mmitmmmmW'' WFjmWTmwW- I I I Ta. trap-neste- - cnr-lon- - Wny-n"bui- g. I TOPSY BOY. KING EAGLE, JR. Ifnit - ,,.., t n? Almont Dare 1 rv$E$kttVKri-4GZmEjEBXMXWK- at-lar- P-"- ... Lavers-Pavcrs-S.- C. m 1- f - ,., d. L,,",- "nut 1 ,..,... ,, o- re 1 f. yrf m-- Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. s h.m,, iri. - 11 -00 i. Won-leif- ul ,h f l$?' h. Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel'S- ar Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel-S- jrVhite-Moon- 0$m ONE HOP CM?jatJMkT"' ". IK giplng-chlcke- r N, mmmmmmmmtmmmm -- i- ',, i MlMWMaMMr4M . .tuAL. a. J THE STAMFORD INTERIOR JOUR HAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. The IsiERioR "Spring Togs" now on display We have New Ready For Easter Journal. 1172 EitablUhtd (HELTON II A M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE owe Alterative Whnf 1c n "lnnlr"V A medicine thnt increases the strength or the tone of the whole system. What is an "alterative"? A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy action to healthy action. Name the best "tonic rrd alterative"? Acer's the only Sarsapa rillaentirelyfree from alcohol. Ask your doctor about it. Head Wear willing to Take Chances on your buying. ' THINGS in the GOOD GRADES, then we will sell you. 1 atwtxJ era u at tn rcttottlce mall. t wcood cltu mj. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The announcements in this column are of candidates for office, subject We want you to see what we have FOR YOUR HEAD, and we are If you are waiting for the' NEW Evcrytkiig s New in the Clothing line to the action of the democratic primary: For Cftmmonwealth's Attorney E&METT PURYEAIl, OF BOYLE. Fer County Judqe. . T. A. RICE, M. V. NORTH, Snr-saparil- la, Blae Serges, Tans, Greys, Fancy Stripes aid Blacks. Made by the most skilled workmen j& Sewed with silk thread, throughout J& All Wool : Quality High Prices Low. : : : : : For Circuit Clerk J. D. WEAKEN Fer Jailer. PEYTON .PARRISIIj GEORGE DEBORDE IndigesBilious Mltckt, tion, constipation, dizzy inellt these are some of the results of an Inactive .liver. Ask your doctor if he endorses Avers puis in these esses, me dose ! msu. ene ell! fcedticse. ?') br ih t.a. it co.. Lewtit. . xtn We carry a large assortment of the John B. Stetson Hats in the full shape, large size, black and light 5 colors, at . J3.50 and DINK FARMER WILLIAM II. HESTER W. A; CARSON SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. RESOURCES OF m For Assessor P. L. BECK. S. M. OWENS, For Magistrate J. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS, The extreme rotte"'cs of the convention svtein. nml the decided of the Inst ksMnturc in in. inir the eomnuUorv nritnnrv law" could not have found more tlinn vn eiven forcible in the rciiublicnn hist Snturdnv contentions over the .tnte. From fullv "5 per cent of the counties comes the crv of outraceous fraud, nnd to those who ar in touch with conditinu. it can scein thnt there is little doubt of mot of it beinc true. There is not the slichtesr was the doubt but that Roo-evc- lt choice of the (treat mass of the republican voters of the In n urimarv he would Lave won As it was. the machine leaders, who hold the offices were for Tnft .and the rank und file of thp nartv who favored Roevelt. didn't have u chance. Kentucky will be recorded for Tnft when thev are at heart for Roosevelt. The same conditions are said to havn obtained in a treat mnnv !i-mI- 1v ilhi-tiiiti- Lin coin County National Bank Stanford Loans U. S. Bonds and Due from U. S. Treas Kentucky S342.254.78 os, 000.00 S37.sOO.oo .. Comptroller's Call of February 20, 1912 .... ..., Quick Assets: Lincoln County Bonds Cash and Due from Banks. Banking House S447,2S4. 78 OtHer Assets: 4.Q8.78 S 78, 608.37 ss, 300.00 f ss3, t63.es Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars other Mate wlier convent"-were held under like conditions. Hero in Lincoln, while the undercurrent of sentiment . nmonir the voters of that rmrtv was undoubtedly for little interest Fcem-e- d to ho taken in his cuusc. The. t lenders chose to make their ficht for the ennture of the count v organization, and here it was thnt thev met more than their ctiual. Thev wanted the of Ur. It, L. Davison, th countv clinir-iiiiiand when the fireworks were over ho added theirs to the biir lot Ii ho bus drviii! in the wiirwajn. was really n uTeat teronnl for Dr. D.iviion. Taft had nothing to do with it. and was oulv u The wilv feecondarv consideration. doctor is uu onranizer from nwnv back as well as a fichtcr. and it will undoubtedly be u lorn; time beforn his opponents tackle him nirnin. He rules with an iron hand when in the Middle und hid adversaries bnve found that he btrjkes with a mailed fist when tbcv htick tbeir heads hiirh enough. If thev are wise in vtheir dav und ccneration thev will have learned bv this time that then' oulv hutie is in the democratic nartv. n which i certainly not a imrtv in Lincoln. Ron-evelt. Koo-eeln. rv one-ma- Stetson's Stiff Hats at Stetson's Young Men's Styles, in , many colors $400 94.00 In lower grades than Stetson's we have an immense assortment of styles and colors at $1.50, $2.50 and $3.00. CAaboyb.0ren 25ch$1.50 e STRAW HATS. but they are beauties. the call and we are snow-- i ing them in the good qualities only at ." -'-- " $1.50, $2.50, $3 and $4 PANAMAS i They re alwfy um iB shapes at $5. ? Roosevelt overwhelmed Taft in the rcDiiblicnn primaries in Illinois, while Chamn Clark ntfwed undeT It looks like the Hotin' Wilson. Dawsr candidate is coine to show ud nt Baltimore whh the lnrcct number of votes. inMcad of New Jersey's covcrnor. who wiis first Dlaced ns the fnvortie. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Men's Wear Largest '.Assortment in Clothing and Shoes, but are ready to take good CARE of Your Spring needs in Hats, Caps, Shirts and Neckwear. We offer not only the w. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. After All Has Been Said the Price Cuts a Figure. we show "the right materials and styles. When you make the comparison you will see that the price is the only difference We are sat-is- f ied with less. There are no better goods made than the lines we carry. Our prices are as low and in most cases lower than many stores. Read this list. Zeigler Shoes Cadet Hose Munsing Underwear American Lady Corsets New House Dresses New Pique Drssees New Silk Dresses New Tan Suits New Cream Serge Suits New New New New mum lie ADVANTAGES OVER LUMP LIME: DON'T Forget Contest Starts Saturday April 13th 1912 Come in and get full that the Piano A look through our lines will convince you that the styles are equal to those shown by the city Stores. We buy at the fountain head and 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, Kentucky Have Your Painter Use . the paint that will give your house the best possible protection and put off the need of repainting for the longest possible time. Sherwin-William- L. L. SANDERS Deposit Dank of Stanford, Crab Orchard Kentucky. s Paint, Prepared Organzej 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. New Mattings Druggets Lace Curtains Curtain Nets Linoleums When rightly used on a proper surface it will not powder, flake ofl or crack. It forms a tough, durable film that withstands the inroads' of the elements and retains its gloss and good appearance. No other paint is more satisfactory or economical. wiil do this. FURS JOHN WHITE NKHCST MARKET PRICE PAIS fSH RAW FURS AN 9 HIDES Wool oa CiulalM. WrHtforprte Severance & Son BBHsErflMMslc' DlM- -t cult, 1 1 U. No. 538 See the Brighten Up Village in Penny's I CO. SSSSSS. Stanford, Kentucky T , window and let him explain why YOU should use Sherwin Williams Paint. - i i frs ' . nwflgga I THE STANFORD SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Jliif. W. H. Deiilmm in Louisville. INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. , Tuesdnv. .Mioses Kiitheriuo Muriiliv mill Al-lStuctr of lluHtoimlle wcie, shoo-iiinWcdncsduv. Miss M turn ret Worker hint Ikiiiii nftrr n vi-- it to iitul friends in LuuciKtcr. Mr. ft. I. Cninnbell linn returned to hit horn in I'ermille. after a icit to relatives here. Mrs. Hcssii' Ilnrdnt left WcdncH-lin- v lufe for St. I 'nut .Minnesota, hlie will rcinnin for some titiio. .1. II. Fish who lias been hero relatives lins returned to Ins heme in Mt, Wrnim. MIhk Kate Kcbert. nf Crab Orch-nis viMitiiitr Mr. V. II. Hitruins nnd .fnmilv. Mr.. 0. 1'. Ilnf fimiii went to Tnwdnv to lie with her broth-o- r. Mr. (Inlio I'.lkin who tins ff rein-tivcM nl Lnn-onster nneti-inoniu. MfiM Knto llnticv win in I)nn week nhoimiutr. villc Mr. C. II. Foster h in IUrniinirlinrp Aln.. on busbies. Mr. W. M Fluids is Mtimr friend nnd relatives nt LiunirAlon. Mli Kliznhctli IliirL'ius was in Dnnvillr tdinpmnir Wcdncduv. Mr. II. J. McHotartrt wns in (a Hwit lnt (Roy&Zr Baking Powder "Absolutely Jrtire Where the finest biscuit, s, cake, crusts or puddings are required hot-bread- Jurv C'nminisHioner Snundors hns received the inonev for the Febur-ur- v term iiirorx. J. A. Allen, tile well known con wns nwnrded the contract fm the lonfintr nnd other imnroe incut work to he done bv the County Mould of IMiicntioii on the enst wiiil' of the ciiIIcum binldiiiL'. His fiumes wimp ll for the work. The I'ontinet for the work on the west wiiil' bus not vet been let. tractor, See That FORD AUTOMOBILE in our window. H Lex-iiiat- Just $n R. ip mid wide. rcieivcd some new nnd Swiss Finhioiilcrv. ;J0-- Ilmn-burinai-ro- M w 'vim Kobiiiaon. N. Cull mid "ee them, 1. - Royal is indispensable. 0. Collins, Postmnstcr, Ucnexnt J., was tioubled with n severe In siippo coutili. He snys: "I would bo completely exhausted nfter ench fit of violmt vpugtiing. I boupht u bottle of Foley's Honey nnd Tar Also Our NEW LINE of Ox-- . fords for Men, Women i, f substantial, every-da- y foods, for all occasions. Royal is equally valuable in the preparation cf plain, i it Compound nnd before I hnd taken nil the coughing tpells hnd entirely censed. It enn't be bent." tiliiurnrs nnd Tunncr. Rev. J. J. Dickcv will nreneli nt Mt. housp next Sunduv nt henm Xnin School Houe nvt Sunduv nt It I'. M. and Children. ,1. V, Lucv I'miiei. of l.unrntcr. mid Mlsn IMuu Rice, of Richmond. inVi be'ii thn recent viwituii nf Mrs Mi1" Cummins. The only baldng powder made lrom Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum Mo Llmm wnntf Fish What kind of insurance do you & Bromley have it. 23-t- f "Nubucks" Tans, Patents, Gun Met-als, Mr. nnd Mrs W. . Oudev nnd Mr. nnd Mrx. Thomas Sim nk.s have returned to their homes in Columbus. An'. The Junction City Lumber Company will fecll cheaper than usual for Phosphates -- lnt Mrs. J. F. Holdnm nnd Mrx. II. I). of Crab Onliiinl. "were the irtirtn of Mrs. J. F. Cuinimiis Cnmnhell. week. Mit-c- s Joihi of- Uinrnxlvr. gjl - - . tT35:i"r- - ?" TjJ . ffl-j&'- cnsli, this jenr. Write them foT prices all kinds; of building material, cement, lime, sand, stock nnd poultry fence, eic. Junction City, Ky 22-3- p. Velvets, and Kids. I unole. Mr. fnmiiv. nnd Murvuret Mount nr.. Visitim: their II. J. MeRoberts nnd Mr. J. II. Willi, sti'nucil here Wednesday, mi her unv home. Sin hnd been to Itielitnond to attend the funeral of Mr. Corneli-oi- i. Col. Willis' nenbew. who died this week. Mr. Men Hrvnnt and fainilv who have been out wM for some time, on the itecount of his henlth hnve returned to this eitv. Thev will bent the Dnwvou farm on Unnvillc mke Mrs. Snllic Snnflev rctunied Tucs-dn- v from Florida where she ent intM of the winter month'-- . She is crentlv ulcupcd with Florida as n winter retreat. Mot of her time was Hx-n- t nt Orlando. Misses Sadie HniiL'hmnn nnd Wet-- ti Flod nnd Mcxr. Ilenrv Hunch-jnn- n nnd Will N'eal. of Wustonville. vtotiDed her n whilu Tnebdnv. with friend. Thcv hnd motored over on u itleastire trin nnd were on their wnv home Mrs, S. L. Iturdetto hns - -- npd -- Mrs. II. homo nfter n MMt 1o hir Pibler. K. Youiil' nt I.nwrencphuiv. Jhks Kniiim Meier, of Louisville. n the iruetit of her parents. Mr. and .Mrs. .J till ti Aloiei. nt llmhlmid. Mr. Will Similiters is in Crnh Orchard with friends. Mrs. C. Ilnvft Foster is vifiitinc Mrt. Chnrles Motion, in Lebanon. Mrs. I). M. ltnhuiitoii. of London, is heie Mrs. Sniu Robinson nnd fnmilv. Kate Melvin nnit Jennie Rouers of Crab Orchard, were here idiopiunvr Thuradnv. Mr. Arnold Foreinnn. of Greensboro N. ('.. is here with friends nnd relatives for u few duvs. Mrs. Kirbv Houmo hn' retnrned to her liumn nt New Cnstle nfter n visit to relatives and friends here. Hon. M. F. HI kin. of Lexinctou. w here with relatives nnd friends. New. has ben received bv friends here of the birth nt Wnv. Miss., of n ImmlMimc vounir son of Mr. nnd Mr- -. Ilenrv Snllee. The mother is well remembered here us the txinnlav Miss Aretlmu McAhster. The iimnv fnenils of the popular couple in tln" section will send heartiest (Ifiirue .ewland nnd Messi. Matthew Fciizcl were in Crnb OrchTluir-du- v. ard on S. I). Coehrmi mid It. It. Denton, of Ourrnril. were iruesis of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Fish Moudnv. Miss. Dora Martin Iiiumii. who hns iM'en here visit nur her mint. Mi. James MeCartv. huh returned to hr home ut Colorado SurniL's, You are, eordiallv invited to inv millinerv oncnimr nf stvlish nnd lints. Wiednesdnv and Thursdnv April Mrs. C. hil-ilnt-te17-1- 8. Mr. Furl t'olcinmi. of .Mxldle-lioris lnn with rchitncs ami friends. o. QUEEN & CRESCENT Reduced fares to Cincinnati nnd n Missioury Exposition of interest to nil. Tickets on Sale March 11 to 1'J, inclusive; 18 to 20, inclusive, 25 to 2", inclusive nnd April 1 to 3, in- tion now on display. The latest styles of the Shoe creak clusive, good, returning, within four days including date of sale. Apply to nearest ticket agent, Queen & Crescent route, for full information. -:- Make your selection from a full stock of kinds and sizes. M. Yotinir. Hiirhlnnd. :i0-- LOW COLONIST RATES TO Designations in the West, North -:- - west and Southwest. VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Com in nnd see our wickless oil cook tov. in operation to dnv. W. Tickets on sale daily until April 5th II. iliinnns. 1012 For further information, nsk Any The Lincoln Countv Medical Society will meet in Dr. Fevton's of- Agent, Southern Rnilway or write to fice next Tuer.dav April lWih. 1912 A. R. Cook, E, D. Stratton, nt 10..10. Drs. Simrleton. Ciiroen-te- r DPA St. Louis, Mo nnd Mrown will read tinners. This DPA Evanville, Ind mcetinc win. postponed from Inst J. C. BEAM, JR., Tnesdnv. A full attendance is uracil. M. M. Phillips. See'v. AGFA. St. Louis. Mo. SHORT LOCAL NEWS QUMMINS fa WEAJJEN ' Stanford, Kentucky VI swiff On Friday, April 12th, We Will Begin the Greatest Sale of Silk an(J Serge Dresses Ever Held in Central Kentucky. There Will Be Over 100 to Choose Frorn and You May Have Choice For All-Wo- $10:22 v this lot will be found about forty different style Dresses in all sizes IN from 14 to 42. Everyone is absolutely new in style, colors and materials. The materials are all Silk Foulards, Changeable and Plain Chiffon Taf-Serges in white and colors; Finest fetas, ?ilk Serges, French Challies, Etc. These Dresses are made to retail at $1 5.00'to $18.00, but we bought ' them cheap and to make a big stir and advertisement we offer them at choice for $10.00. ol All-Wo- - Renewing for his I. J. for another year, Leslie Anderson, o. Lincoln county hoy who is doing well at Texarkana. Texas, writes: "Tex- nrkuiin is a Krouin;,' little city of twenty thousand located on line between Texas nnd I hnve been here two winters nnd there has not been n bit of snow either winter. The thermometer got to 7 above zero this winter but never got lower. The eity has local option nnd promises to retain it. This is quite n. railroad center and many new industries re locating here. Farming hero has not had the proper attention in the past nnd lotsof land near hete was necr culthated. Red river with much bottom land surrounds u on thiee side- -. A thirtv twn miln levee is being built which will protect about 300,090 nciod of (rich bottom land from overflow. This will ltmke 11 good farming country." Ihe--tat- e Ark-ans-n- -5. f iA ' :' J t'-. yi "T? J. u1 - N AFTER GRIP s The of the Grip are apf to be serious, b'ut a normal hrnlthv condition may be restored In a sur. prismgiy snort time by Vlnol. after-effect- " Look Out for Trouble -- ol None will be sent out on approval or Laid aside-N- o Tickets Given. Come 'as soon as you can, as there is no quantity of any style or color. for Jt. Watertown. Wis. "After n. snvnra attack of the Grip my system was In a very weakened, nervous and mm. down condition. I beean tnklnp Vlnnl with the very best results, and In a short time I began to feel like an entirely different person, and I am better and stronger than I bare been for years." AdelatdA nmm (Ww guarantee this testimonial to be genuine.) We have never sold In our store such a valuablo strencth creator and health restorer for tho convalescent. me weaK ana as vlnol, and we ask people In this vicinity to try a bottle of Vlnol. with tho nndr. standing; that their money will bo ro- lurnea it it does not do all wo claim run-dow- Sold by Penny's Drug Store A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. 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 J danville, Kentucky! I - I. m 'yT ", mmm " ' ' p'piiMii.iii .win iiiiwmi'i .w mi. m " '" '"''- - " " m!tim inl J "iiiWitll.ftniiiMmlWi.illnmimMhfcdn ? - - - - -- . .- - tf.'iW.'J.(lrt'.Jlts4i tw 0 M) lnwW MlaM - &Aiv : & 4 ' - ...ijiik. gm --- r- j.'1 .la... - ,b'(sUik)lViijkt'J.j.j ! vm. THE STANFORD INTERIOtt JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. HOME-COMING 5. riDruf 4 cmam Lv B. j STAIRCASMIJh m mary nonvnrs rinehaiit , B . the M j dw iiraaii , NERVOUS TO KENTUCKY Ashland Brook (No. 11750,) II. H., tired by Huekcr, (leofKctown, Ivy. Allium! Hronk vnn fouled J003, holid liny with left hind foot white, 15 ImtuU liili. 1 ISilcnt PlIDKilfKi:. -S- ired liy IlrooK, No. 1117(11), leeord 12:1(1 the sire of Mnrgarct Bathgate, 2:11 Bctllc Brook (3) 2:I7?; Lady Vol. 17 . T. Ku-rci- io 3-2, -c Hfen . it 7 JLLUMRATtom BY COPYfUCttT lOOS OY ?Ay iwnsn? ffl BOSQS-riKRI- . U COfffAfty )' -- Rmmssmm v Bwiwm t pv? 1 111! .& ra mm&iUi xmwhm LToW V ni wnr i liiwuroiiMiw it y ui'- - SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I. MIm InnM, splnMrr nnd uardlnn of Oerlrudo and llnlsey. fstal llahrd summer heaiMuiirlpm m sunny- tne ld. Amidst numerous illfTlcultli-servant, dvserted. As MIm Innes locked for tlio nlshl. h! win startled by a ud dark flzurr on the veranda. ho pas.ed a terrlhU CHAPTER night. litch was filled with unseemljr nolser In the mornlnpr Miss Innes found a strange link cuff button In a clothe hamper. and Itatfey CHAPTER arrived with Jack llilley. The house win awakinvd by n revolver shot A ntratico man una found shot to death. In the hall. CHAPTER' IV. s Il.-Stide N morning?" "I don't know," I ald, "but depend on It, Mr. Jamleson, Halsey will bo back himself to explain everything" "I sincerely hopo so," ho snld. "Miss Innes, has It occurred to you that Mr. Halley might know something of this?" Gertrude had come rtnwnt,r nd Just as he spoke she came In. I saw atop suddenly, as It slio had been hor struck. "He does not," she said In a tone that was not her own. "Mr. Halley and ny brother know nothing of this. - Where 1$ Halsey? Gertrude gnzed at the face In n kind Tho murder was committed nt three. Then she put out her They loft the house, nt n quarter beof fascination. hands blindly, nnd 1 thought she wni fore three." "How do you know that?" Mr. Jamgoing to faint. "He has killed him!" she muttered leson nsked oddly. "Do you know nt nlmost Inarticulately, and at that, be- what time they left?" "I do," Gertrudo answered firmly. cause my nervea were going, 1 gavt "At a qunrter before threo my brother her n good shake. "What do ou mean?" I said fron nnd Mr. Halley left tho house, by the tlcally. There was a depth of griel main entrance. I was there." "Gertrude," I said excitedly, "you nnd conviction In her tone that wa worse than nnthlng she could have are dreaming! Why, at n quarter to said. The shake braced her, any- three " "Listen." she said. "At half-pas-t how, and she seemed to pull herself together. Hut not another word would two tho downstairs telephone rang I she nay; she stood gazing down at had not gone to sleep, and I heard It that gruesome figure on the floor, Then I heard Halsey nnswer It, nnd while I.lddy, nshamed of her flight In a few minutes he came upstairs and and afraid to come back, drove before knocked at my door. We wo talked her threo terrified women servants for n minute, then I put on my dressInto the drawing room, which was as ing gown and slippers, nnd went downstairs with him. Mr. Halley was In near as any of them would venture Once In the drawing room, Gertrude the billiard room. We we all talked collapsed and went from one fainting together for perhaps ten minutes. spell into another. I had all I could Then it was decided that that they do to keep I.lddy from drowning her should both go away " "Can't you bo more explicit?" Mr. with cold water, and the maids huddled In a corner, as much use as so Jamleson asked. "Why did they go many sheep. In a short time, although' away?" "I nm only tellpg you what hapIt seemed hours, a car came rushing up, and Anne Watson, who had waited1 pened, not why It happened," she said to dress, opened the door. Threo men evenly. "Halsey went for the car, from the Greenwood club. In all kinds and Instead of bringing It to the house of costumes, hurried In. I recognized and rousing people, he went by the a Mr. Jarvls, hut the others were lower road from the stable. Mr. Halley was to meet him at tho foot of strangers. "What's wrong?" the Jarvls man the lawn. Mr. Ilalley left" "Which way?" Mr. Jamleson asked nsked and we made a strange picture, no doubt. "Nobody hurt. Is sharply. there?" He was looklnt; at Gertrude.! "Ily thfe main entrance. Ho left- -It wns a quarter to three. I know "Worse than that, Mr. Jarvls," I exactly." said. "I think it U murder." "The clock In the hall Is stopped. At the word tliero whs a commotion. The cook began to cry, and Mrs. Wat- Miss Innes," said Jamleson. Nothing son knocked over a chair. The men seemed to escape him. "He looked at bis watch," she rewere visibly impressed. "Not any member of the family?" plied, and I could see Mr. Jamieson's Mr. Jarvls asked, when be had got eyes snap, as If he had made a discovery. As for myself, during the his breath. "No," I said; and motioning I.lddy whole recital I had been plunged Into to look after Gertrude, I led the way the deepest amazement. "Will you pardon me for a personal with a lamp to the cardroom door. One of the men gave an exclamation, question?" Tho detective was a and they nil hurried across the room. youngish man, and I thought he was Mr. Jarvls took the lamp from rae I somewhat embarrassed. "What are remerabtr that and then feeling my your your relations with Mr. Halley?" self getting dizzy nnd ij Gertrude hesitated. Then she came closed my eyes. When I opened them over and put her hand lovingly In their brief examination was over, and mine. Mr. Jarvls was trying to put tne In a "I am engaged to marry him," uho chair. j said simply. ' I had grown so accustomed to sur"My niece Is here," I said. "There is no one but yourself and prises that I could only gasp again, your nleco?" and as for Gertrude, tho band that "My nephew." I had to moisten' lay In mine was burning with fever. "And after that," Mr. Jamleson my lips. "Oh, a nephew. I should like t went on, "you went directly to bed?" Gertrude hesitated. see him, If ho la here." "He Is not here Just now." I said as "No." she said finally. "I I am not, nervous, and after I bad extinguished quietly as I could. "I expect him j the light, 1 remembered something I at any time." "He was here yesterday evening, I ! had left In the billiard room, and I felt my way back there through the believe?" "No yes." darkness." "Will you tell me what It was you "Didn't ho have a guest with him? had forgotten?" Another man?" "I cannot tell you," sbo said slowly. "He brought a friend with him to stay over Sunday, a Mr. Bailey." "I I did not leave the billiard room "Mr. John Halley, the cashier of the at once " "Why?" The deteetlve's tone was Traders' bank, I believe." And I knew that someone at the Greenwood club golf stick with a metal end might had told. "When did they Ieavo?" have been, the object that had scratch"Very early I don't know at Just ed the stairs near the cardroom. I what time." took It from her, and sent her up for Mr. Jamleson turned suddenly and dry garments. Her daylight courage LIFE looked at me. and and her shud"I'lease try to be more explicit." he dering delight In the mystery. Irrisaid "You say your nephew and Sir. tated me beyond words. After I left Mrs. Martin Tells Atort a PaiafuJ Ilalley were In the house last night, her I made a circuit of tho building! Experience that Might Have and yet you and your niece, with somo Nothing seemed to be disturbed; the Ended Serieosly. women servants, found tho body. ' house looked as calm and peaceful In vvnere was your nephew?" the morning sun as It had tho day I Riresvllle, W. Va. Mr. Dora Martin, I was entirely desperate br that had hon ,orc?d Itsto tsklss It. Tber" time. was nothing to show that inside had la a letter from RlresTllle, writes: "I do not know," I cried, "but bo been mystery and violence and sud- "For three years, I suffered with womanly troubles, and had pains In my sure of this: llalsoy knows nothing den death. I was nervous and of this thing, and no amount of cirIn one ot the tulip beds back of the hack and side. cumstantial evideuce cun make un in- bouse an early blackbird was pecking could not sleep at night. nocent man guilty." viciously at something that glittered Tho doctor could not help me. He "Sit down," he said, pushing-- for In the light. I picked my way gingerly said I would have to bo operated on beward a chair. "Tliero are some things over through the dew and stooped fore I could better. I thought I I have to tell you, and, la return, down; almost burled In tho soft would try using CarduL me all you know TlcUim please tell ground was a revolver! I scraped the Now, I am entirely well. me, things always comu out. In (h earth off It with the tip of my shoe, I am Bure Cardul saved my life. I first place, Mr. Armstrong was shot and. picking It up, slipped It Into my from above Tho bullet was fired nt pocket. Not until I had got Into my will never be without Cardul In my bedroom nnd double-lockeclose range, entered below the shoulthe door homo. I recommend It to my friends." For fifty years, Cardul has been reder and came out, after passing did I venture to take It out and exthrough the heart, well down the amine It. Quo loo was nil I needed. lieving pain and distress caused by woback. In other words, I bellitro tm It was Ilalsuy's revolver. I had un- manly trouble. It will surely help you. murderer stood on the stairs and fired packed It tho day before and put It on It goes to tho spot reaches the down. In the second place, I found trouble relieves the symptoms, and edge of the billiard Ublo a on the J. W. Jordnn, tho well known den-ti-- st drives away the cause. charred cigar which hud burned Itself It you suffer from any symptoms ot cigarette which had partly out, and a of Hopkins ville, Ky., writes: "I womanly trouble, take Cardul. consumed Itself to the cork tip. Neith- used to have tetrifio pnins across Your drugeUt sells and recommends er one bad been more than lighted, It, Get a bottle from him today. then put down and forgotten. Have by back, but since taking Foley lto: U'Im' Alvliory rwpt.. piM. you any idea what It was thut made Kidney Pills I have had no pain. I oof AWklnt Co., Outunong-a-, Tenn., for ijptetal book. "Horn Ticttasal hatructumt, "J your nephew and Mr. Ualloy leave gladly recommend Foley Kidney lor WgaMa." Mat la pUla wrippsr. oa isut. their cigars and tbelr game, take out the automobile without calling the Pills." Shusnrs and fanner. chauffeur, and all that at let mo seo certainly boforo three o'clock In the light-heade- d ' I I tflAT for the renMon that mnny of the riatea, Ta, "When I wroto to you r ....... n,u ..,i- - 2858. ' the hire of hcnrchliKht J:02 . HUWl- - .1..I...I... i.i ..-- and Vnlp.i, first I was troubled with female weak lender-- i iiviriili IHIlvV M aitVII Villi. nriKbtliylit, 51:03 and those of other di'ifoini-nntioiness and backache, Durknih'lit Mticd by Aleyotip were held in its piineipnt J:ll!l and was so nervous record 2:27. Anlihmd No. 'S.V2 I would cry nt iitie nnd tovn. that Asiile from neatly loO.OOO ineiii-- J HruokV UI dam Ilium Wren Iv Ash. tho least noise, it "One Look Wat All I Needed.' would startle me so. Iicm of the denomination itf lite land Wilkes, 2211 1; record 2:17 I begnn to take Ly- now. it is I'stimntcd that moie thnii tlm sire of John H. (lontry, 2:00 his shaving stand, nnd there could bo dia E. Plnkham's that iiiimhor of niilivo ronvorts hnve Sally f isHsk iti" Toler 2 :00 1 : AhIiIiiihI. Wilke -no mlstnko. Ills namo was on a small remedies, and I don't initialed lo other ntnte; ijiotly to Wilkes 1710, he by silver plate on tho handle. sired by Ki-have any moro cry- .Misw.iri, srhcro tlm Disciples r.rc 1 seemed to see n network closing iikt8, Pccond ilnm, I.ido (Icoigo ing spells. I sleep 17."), 000 stront;: liidiiina with lltt. Lilly, by Pretender, 1453. 3d dum around my boy, Innocent as I knew ho sound and my nerJ'J.'i.OOO; Ohio 100,0(1(1; wns. The revolver lam afraid of them, vousness is better. D00; Illinois by Jim .Monroe 835. but anxiety gavo nm murage to look I will recommend TeuiTssee 8(1,000, lo say tintliitijr of Note. Ashland Hiook is n bnnd-xuii- i! ,mu through the barre- l- no revolver yourmcuicnc9 tonU suiTering women." other nearby htnles and in the fnr horse with lot of siilntutice still two bullets In It. I could only Mn) MvKy 1iALSTEAB, Platen. Pa,, i; urcauiu n prayer ui iiiiuninim'ss uuu j. With this fcnttire, and vve feel sine in offeniiR to the j him thnt there I IluU IUUI1U lilts itMinvi-uviuiu mi Hero Is the report of another eenuino nnd the effect thnt Louisville is in public the seiMie of sharp-eyedctectlvo had como around. .... ...I.I..I. -- till ft,vtl..i. lmwa flint T.v the t!in!;riipliiriil center of moiv thnii are very few Ins rqunl, for ho has I decided to keep what clues I had, i ... , nit,,,-,- '. v...n!i1.. rVimnnim.l one million of their liiemhiisliip, (he iiliendy proven himself to be n the cufflink, tho gol stick and tho re-- 1 b(J tcM Dieiples hnve plniiued for llu Inrir-(- bleeder unsurpassed, for he is n dri! I could vohcr. In n secure place until had iniiam-se- e Wn)eott N. Dakota.-- "I iiilipiiiic nt nny Convention in of the kind of horses the public Me ,, some reason for displaying them. , j M hh looking lor todny. His colt nil hnve Into mlinilmvblick nchej M 'the time. I was their hitory. The cufflink had been The local commit loo lini nliendv good color nnd have that nice way I a llttlo Illigree box on r, 'fH'nr Mti that I felt like cryinK if any on3 riicnced Hie big Lotiiville Arniorv. uf itoins with the speed of trotter. I opened tho box nnd .elt. "r ""m'0, to me. I took Lydia B. with it "cntinjr capneitv r.i.. of 20,000 They nil posses the look of n fine r It. The box wns empty the 1 Illinium vi..fwm..., ,i r((i;Miui r.,w,n,i ....' i ntid all uud convention Imd disappeared! began to pain right nvvny. I continued saddle boise in fact they meet with -its use Bnd now I nm n well woman." halls for the event. (Continued next Friday) Ororje A. .Innes. Secretary of the few defeat in the bow nnif. They, -- Mrs. Ameua Dajil, Wnlcott, N. have eifeit muniier. Ashland Committee stales, however, that the Dakota. p VOTE FOR NEW SCHOOL feature will not ho re- llrook will make the present season you want special nilvlre write to If a hviiiR colt. stricted to member of at $1"' t" Lydia K. Plnkham Medicine Co. (con Carries In Lancaster Saturday hv Lynn, Masx. Your letter will the dcnniiiiitntinn. Anv former resLarop Maioritv. lie opened, read and auinervd hy a ident nnd nil others, rejznrdlcH of uo man and held iu strict confidence. creed, lie declare, will be welcrjm-e- l No. 2550. .. Kcn-lucin the cood Lancaster. Auril 10. . Vol. (i, A. S. II. It. Klnjj Uagle 3(i,s .MiuirnM Koliiiwon. kJrrtx. .Thu election held Snturduv to de10 hands liili, dark bay with flowing iter mint Mrs. cide in reirurd to the isaiiunco of of .Stanford. bunds to the amount oir 9'JU.UUU for Mntti.. I). Diincan. Klder F. M. Tin- THE POWER OF GREAT KIDNEY mane uud tail, goes nil the caiU with plenty df speed, style and no i the Diimo-i- ot' erectiiic n new crad-(- d der luts Ktunicd from REMEDY IS SOON REALIZED school htiilditu; lusltltcd in u vote where he the MiMonnrv tion. "Jj(I fur the of the bonds Conveiitiun. for Pedigree-Sit- ed j by Uoynl Keveraiid Hroiiston Kiiift and oulv 5 oiix-iii- l' the measure. corduiK to my experience I do he hv On Tune. 715. lie by Mis. Xuucv Ittiv. nL'ed 70. died Kav. of Virginia and John Itnv of lieu b- - lln,nt consider that thcro i any thinj; Stonewall Jackson 72, Itojnl Kiuir lifter month of L'cuciiil de- .Mii'hi'.'aii wen calli-' cline, at tiie home of her dmiuhtcr il'njli of 'tiieir mothei' .Mr. Nnncv !to c tr. Kilmer's Swamp-Kofirst dam .Molhe .Mount, 3581, Wll! (Jarrard. She leaves Hnv. AIis .Mniv Knnkitt. in nui llu for kidney nffection. It relieved me by the noted sire (.'ubbcll's Leung-- . of the Keveniiid Itmu-u- ii time Miiis: Madison IViiinle htltute was ut (when I wns perfectly helpless. toil P. S. King l.nlen first dam Hip Kuv. John Ka of of rriMiim. T,,c .Miehi'.'iin. li'auiiond uf this she Ha. ,7t r,cli,is e ;ir7(, King by Kacle Bird 101 1, ho by cijiinlv. and one diniirliter. .Mi. John l'ngle, 70, second dam Old .Mr. and .Mi- -. Scott Ilamin left MI,J DicKciMin. .She was 1111 mint of .Mra. hitler imrt of the week, to reside feeted nnd for len days I suffered by Heil Lion Jlrd dam by Harris' k, If. S. iirown. of tin eitv. and Mi Annie Davis excmclatitiR pnin, accompanied with in California. Iu- - by .Miller's Dcnmuik, 45, to wid.. and influential I t 111.' III ot the lluckcvo Mctiun of .'IVHVI'VII- -i t.1 il II Mis Jlmvuii-- i UllVl ' ' severe cuius. Several yenre previ fourth dam by Jim ( t horunyb-bred- .) of her con-ilthe couiitv. Joan Mount. Mrs. S. L. Iturko tin ou, linving been relieved of a similar The Fiscal C'otat nt its i event e been in Levinu'tun to so., her daugh- attack, I nnturnlly RoiiRht relief n Note. Knit; l'ngle is n combined hitui. iiDDointed .Mr. Cleveland Rose ter, who is a student at Hamilton before, from Swamp-Ifoo- t. stallion, a breeder uf combined horlo lie iMinci visor of Kunds lor a After using four of the largo siz- ses his coltH all have good colors, teim of tv'i veai-jThe A. T. Scott sali held near . A. I. car huvintr .suin.. for llui'iiu high stylo and action. He isla in nurth (laiTanl drew ed bottles, I wns completely restor- with'-size- , bhuniieiit the latter unit 'A the Vfcl; laiL'.. croud, the I'ollouiiiL' liciiiL' n ed ntid went on my way rcjoicinj; nnd is also a sire of the most looked for haviiiL' all end v made th-- ; lollowiut: iiartial ri'imrt of I. the exchaiiL'i: . praising Dt. Kilmers bwnmp-Ifoo- t : ,. horsn today; that is tho plantation 11 hoi's A .. d . .,. iinriicsH from I'luvd Curtis at 7 ier 1" wns tiirce years ngo, nna i hnve horse. They nil hnve a nice running l .,,.1.11.. i, ..l.l f,.r siar,. 1U0 Doitnd hhoats from Joe indication of the rcturh of walk mid their canter is perfect. His was tukcri down rm& 1."2: Turner ut sO: Hi l'2o uuiitid huin. old ltllv liroiiiiht nt 10 1. 5(1. n imir uf .the nflliction. u get are in demand and always brim: from J. l Tii!!Ie and aim ut 0 hy Jcroini. was Yours vory trulv, 11 J 00 nouiid porkers from limn mules p'JIHi: liniiirht the highest pi ice. King Kal0 will Ruble tin' u nair of horse I 'at Sutton ut G cent wv nouiid. l J. C. SMITH, Jit make the season at the mnles to sain., fur S25I. nnd a -- ili Tile Circle L'irls held an e.chaliL'e colt to Jackson, Tenn. of f!5 tu insure u living colt. sutuc f,,r l(i-'- : n Ittnicli uf 10S Johnson, St. Saturday m the Stonncs iruilduu;. Jci-e- v licifi-rsold at fru" 21 tu State of Tennessee County of MadiV. S. Kmbrv sold Mr. Koounoii WAR TRACE MO per : milk hroUL'ht son ss: of Alerter, a mare for num We will nUo 40 head of black to stuiid the great Subset lhcd nnd sworn to before young fticill ewes with about ns mnnv Jack Wtir Twice at $10 for Tho ClinutniHitin Circle met lambs tu D. I'. Itaiikiu at me this 13th dnv of Julv, 1009. mares and $20 fur jennets to insure atteiiioon at the home of -- 7.10: nit. sold hunch of sheen was niimlii-P. C. STOVALL. .Mis-Helen and .Martha Ciill. n living cult. War Truce is blnck sold tu Jeioine Ruble nt !s7.l5: lib' Notary Public. with white point'. 1') A tclc'ram vva-- , icceived licre lot) bv V. hands high. the death of ,Mv. J. Irvine, I'iiriiiiiiml hou's kiik bottirlit buiicli A. I ut 7.0S another of 'I He wni. plied hy (heat Lasteiu II ho of l.otiisville. The deieascd died of liutr, tu snin,. at ull.l!) ner Letter to by imp. Tn hvui t disea-- i. and wan tho widow time oilier btiuclirs o bundrid: Pnjci that sold for Dr. Kilmer & Co., of the lain I'uifes-u- r Irvine, who sdiiti. at fiimi i bout (!.2(l swim lo His dam was by the imp. ?:i,200. -to .7.50: I Binghampton, N. Y. taii'.'ht school hole a number of a Dniieti ox OO.nound shonts vvn Great Kitsti'in. War Ti ace's dam Two suns and a daugh- sold ears . lo .Mr. Sitcllriuin. uf Huvle cuiiii-t- v by lledfonl Star, he bv Kzell Stai- ter -- in vive her. :u iiv nnd U niir wen sold In Prove What Swamp Root Will Do lipht. The of the Pence Hros.. lor 22.50: n suvv rul For You cliitiili leiideied a most intcictin'.r 8 kiss to Mime at Note. This jack has proven lf a truster iiioL'i'.im buinlav niornniL'. h ni'.'s to Colbv Jciikin.. : nt sow and Send to Dr. Kilmer k Co., Hing- jfcM. tu In- - a gn-ti- t breeder for llUlics uud I lie inciuhers of tiiu Junior hnintott, X. Y fur a sample bottle fur his iolt sold last r fall as lin;h as Chiistnin Societv had a It will convince anyone. You will AN ITEM OF HOME INTEREST Minilur servile at the Chustiali irlld horse lutile mils to $12."i for t . :.. .........11. ..i... . church Siimlav eifiiiiii'. -- . - y Charles Gormley, 307 Maxwell St. V ;. ' ltnllitirw . .' mh. in ufferiiv Mi- - Jennie Locket- - wu I'i.Iuaiij '""'"' iu Stan- Lexington, Ky., has lately been ................ ...... nil nliAnt ...C.,n.e yi. ,ut Iek f (,is ford Wtdnt-sdntor tin- - Kinhiv -mill bladder. When writing, he sure McKolieits vveddiiiu'. aie itf-- injj one that is second to ilis. vi--lles.sie cured of kidney and bladder trou "" " "'e oiiuuoru interior nolle. This jack has ulo proven I'ruther is at home ftiiin a it to ble, lie snvs "I henrd of Kolev Hfty-ceand himself tu be a relatives in Iticliiiiond. .Miss Hettie . Kidney Pills and the good they were Jo""w; gicat jennett jack, West has been in Danville for a doing, one noimr sire noiiics lor saic nt nil and after taking them n few for he has the finest head and cur, btuv witli, iier hister ills. Oeur.'e drug store. dnys tlm pain left my back, tho tirand as much foot and hone as any ed feeling pressed nvvny, nnd I nm jack living and as like begets like, glnd to recouitiieiid tliem." Shuguis he lias departed tin same to his jack SAVED and Tinnier. . and jeiuitt cults, mJ VL.3 i l ! i ii i i, -- wmt r ' rr rw v i- - At Dlscliilcs International Conven2 tion In Louisville, Oct. """" """ . I.miisiilli'. Kv.. Annl O. i in' The cnleliv hloifiin. our old ICelltucky liome", ndopted I" of Cltrist for their Intin termit loniil Convent mu in LouNville, Find Relief in Lydia E. Pink- - Oct. l.VJ'J Iiiih Hlnrted n inovoineiitfor tlio du. ham's Vegetable Compound iiinoui! i.omitintion for n ne homo rt.nmu? m Their Own Statements connect,.,., with (lie event. Ueiituekv U known ,,, llm I im So Teitify. ccr I la Ho (Irniind of tho Duel w DESPONDENT 15-2- WOMEN et u-- ... ,1-- 4. Beurooks 2;I7 (4) B fc 2;7 M Eo,t S lent rVl 1, ' '.. 2 3Q Jennie irook, Sfon. 2.,g ,.4 d Runn Broo liy Darknlght No -4 H 1-- 4, 2, -- 1 wt. honie-cotnin- d s( ",Z, .,.', side-rooiit- R home-coiutn- King Eagle Hm-I.er- M-it- ed , f 1 - e Ci'-iiiuat- atti-ndi-- ot -t iK5w3iTr:&nfcru,",i,,uL ls w" nf-th- Dou-niitr- rela-liunsl- IU-I- I . i- - tiuit-hased- tlnee-ear-ol- J3 pri-sen- low-pric-e s lii-a- S.it-lird- av r e- '.. i tiL-ti- I'le-livteri- liim-ni-- Kndi-nvo- sn(, i I ""-n'"- nwr nt JER The ICeiitiicky Court uf Anneals in the case ir the Cummuiiw-ealtngaiiist the Interiiatiuiial Harvesler ('., of America fur violating certain section!, uf the Kentucky Sliitiitcs by selling its piudncts plnle ni u piice t.:ro'.i.:rr. gieatcr than tluir real value, last week render nu opinion to the effect (hut the Harvester Coiiii,iuy is a trust ituilis selling its piodtn-ttoo high in the Stale. The couit holds thut there tile u uutilnist lawrt in Kentucky uud ,lhat coni-ntnwhether consiileied a trust or not, limy do business in Kentucky as lung as it does nut sill iu at a piito gteatcT than its real value or ilprcciate the piiii of its piodui-tbelow tin ical value 'litis will be I'd nous in .ill vviiu ,, fl, M , use fiviuing iiiiii-li- i t.. stdl of lay rulin, Ida eutiipiiny nit.s' h (. B Scott's Emulsion keeps children healthful and happy. Give them a few drops of this strengthening food-medici- s y, pin-ilut- ts watch them grow. every day and s IT PREVENTS 1 Croup Whooping -- Cough Bronchitis H.a.-Wrt- f,'. sell '(, less, nmvvcih Vss and Inn rali-t- l lets .iiu tlio pn e IivhIi f M n, tfect. The cni- v., inkoit d, tho Court of Appeals U. i I'.i.'lrt ci n,i t aiivl I he Cninn iiiivealt'i was n hereaftir I.,,-,..i- 'I .J Loss ud ALL of Flesh OfflQOiSra lt-- lJ Busy otker troubles M-- presented by Frank Dauu-bcrt- Pro-ci-iili- Attorney of llanlstovvii. hiiiuiiij? tbc inchest prices. This gieat jack will make the pre. scut seasnu at $10 for mines and $20 fur jennets to insme a living folt. All of tlm above mentioned stock will miike tlu piesent season of IU12 at our stable 2 miles wet of Stnnfoid on the Shelby City pike. Marcs traded, putted with or bred oIbowIicii! without our consent foifeite thu insiiiunco and money becomes duo nt time, of such trnusne-tioFor information cull on (r S. T. HairiR k Hobcit Woods Phono 3, Slnnford, Ky. 1- -2 n. ss 72-ni- EQUITY. We will itNo utter fnr public servile this great Jack. He is black with while points. is head mid car, foot and bone are second to none, with style and nctioii like a mule. He is sired by Yelbiulon, Jr., fiist dam by Dr. Wood, second ihiiu by imported jack. Yclbetoii, Jr., tho tire of Kqufry is now at the head of Mr. T. II. Adams' herd of jennets, at Lexington, Ky. Ju offering this jack for public sen ice vve feel sure we are Jiffcring a gieat breeder for competent judge sny that he wns thu best bleeder in Miinlgimieiy ooiinty, hi, cults nlvvays r x: "IT ' r;3 SSlMSNUr1 THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. USE'1 7a d DANIEL BOONE AXLE SHE MBiliHiM saVaNapBB I "V VTi And don't lauc' to grease hut once a week. "Made in Louisville by CHiAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. WAYNESBURG. Horn. In tlic wife of Hfiiee 1'ncnlv mi lli.. .111 a fine Ijiiv. The miuii" mini Inn unwed Itnlnli, Kolirrt Pnuiilv mill fnmilv left for Iloml Ifixrr. Ore. Sutiinliiv (illi to make their Ikhiic. We nre xorrv to cc tin-iiro but Imiiii our losrf will lie (heir I'liin, Soimi niirtv or unities Hint Iiml hclliT tin dnintr tiinit in the iieinten. tlim. Irroki. into tin entiled sellool liiiililiiiir Tue-ilit- v niu'lit. iiml toio up l( lot of hook". lirMiIr (loinir other inNclurf. If tliev enn lie cillicilt. they t'citniiilv will In1 nun. 1 5,000 Rolls New Wall Paper. Big Line of New Mattings. Low Prices on Iron Beds. Nice Bed Room Suites. Big Line of Odd Dressers. Big Line of Lace Curtains. h BEAUTIFUL SILK PETTICOATS $1.95 TAFFETAS or MESSALINES All StnntUrd Shadei. ilieil. Imrii with nil its con tenlH win hurtled iihout 7'M) Friilnv nioriiint.'. The oricin of The fno is .Mr. llllUllOUIl, .limit's Fine Quality. Srnt Poitpulit on Receipt of $1.93. Money Returned It Not itiifctory. KK7 rSiJP! the eiina mill (iieen .Moistiii me on ick . Klri Siiiulrlon ami Will Xnlnr, TiiMilnv ri'tmiKil fioin Danville wlier.. tliev have boon vNitini! rel- COLE & 407 Weit 150th St.. EDDY, New York City. Dept. A, PRESTON NO. 022, SIRED BY WASHINGTON, WASHINGTON DENMARK, NO. 104; SECOND DAM BY DENMARK. THIS CHAMPION SADDLE STALLION OF KENTUCKY, 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 LIMITED NUMBER OF MARES, AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. ALSO FOR SERVICE FIVE-GAITED 0!,. 11, NO. 54, BY CROMWELL, NO. 73, BY NO. 64. FIRST DAM, CELL 2Y RHOD-ERIC- K, PRESTON, JR. By Preston 922, first dam Mamie Wilson, by Ogdenburg, second dam Katy Maloy, one of the best show mares the state ever produced. Fee $15. Preston. Jr.. is a Unlit hay horse with four white feet to the 4 ankle. Three years old; 15 hands high, a horse of good conformation, 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 book 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. 3-- J. C. BAILEY, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. VOLTAIRE ' The Great Percheron Stallion IN 55140 VOLTAIRE, A HANDSOME PERCHERON STALLION. PERFECT AND WEIGHS ABOUT IS A BLOOD BAY CONFORMATION, 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 MIGHEST 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 HE WILL MAKE THE WITH YOUR GRADE AND DRAFT MARES. PIKE ONE SEASON OF 1912 AT MY HOME ON THE DANVILLE MILE FROM STANFORD AT $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 DESCRIPTION. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN, AS HIS NAME IMHE BEPLIES IS AN ARISTOCRAT OF THE "BLUEST BLOOD." THE HORSES LONGS TO THE NOTED FAMILY OF PEAVINES, THAT HAVE MADE KENTUCKY FAMOUS. THE OWNER OF REX PEAVINE HAS RECENTLY REFUSED $10,000 FOR HIM, THE HIGHEST PRICE EVER OFFERED FOR A SADDLE HORSE IN KY. REX PEAVINE THE GRAND SIRE OF KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN IS THE SIRE OF EDNA MAE, JACK STRAW, GOLDEN GLOW, CHESTER PEAVINE, HAZEL DAWN, REXALL PRINCE AND OTHERS. THE PEAVINES ARE BEYOND DOUBT THE GREATEST HORSES IN KENTUCKY TODAY IS A BEAUTIFUL CHESTNUT WITH KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN WHITE HIND FEET AND STAR. HE HAS THE VERY BEST OF FEET AND LEGS, GOOD FLAT BONE, BROAD SLOPING SHOULDERS, SHORT BACK AND THE BEST OF QUARTERS AND PERHAS HE FECT HOCKS; HAS BEAUTIFUL MANE AND TAIL SPLENDID ACTION GOES HIGH ALL AROUND AND IS PERFECTLY WAY, WILL MAKE A GREAT SHOW HORSE SOUND IN EVERY WITH THE PROPER HANDLING. PEDIGREE. Kentucky Gentleman 5167 by Chester Peavine 3184 by Rex Peavine 1796 by Rex McDonald 833 by Rex Denmark 840; dam Flora Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58 by Black Eagle 74. Kentucky Gentleman belongs to a championship family and Will you will make no mistake In breeding your good mares to him. stand at $20 to insure a living colt. Careful attention given mares, but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. HIGHLAND .Mr. ninl .Mrs. Jim Ynuin:. of 1'anners me tnnkiUL' hav wlnle thft Highland iiitnl our Suiiilav school ami were LMieits of .Mr. ami .Mr.". un slimes this week, brcnkinc nml nlaiitinu' earildis. sowiikt oats etc. V. If. SiliL'lelon Siimlav. Faulkner llros. lutve irone to snw-iliLuther Itevnohls. of Imliami. We think we can make it to your interest uvnin with their sew mill. "(.""l i l"w ln v- - with hum.! f.ilif .Mrs. Hora Wuiis has been nuite .Mr. ami Mrs. Vernon Sinuleton to buy of us. iik for nwliile. limn leliirueil to their home in Diiii-wlI nele laae fhuieli. Olveais of after mnmhHiil' a few ilnvs with aae. is verv siek at this time. home folks. .Mis. I .on Cook and ehihheii of Wan en Millnrd ami Hariett lliren. have been iitine AIu. WMteil Ifov ami Oliver ook's lather. John O. Ilmitfh. Sunday. Mr. .Maude Faulkner ami lilt'-'m- v. Mr- nml little Melvm Calilwell of I .ml low. mo visitinir ri il.iu.'hter are 1sijinir her mother here. ij u Alt. (Hive. nnd familv Airs. (). O. Siienko Mos Nannie ilulihle. of MolCin-- i hnr cime Airs, the sue! o, wasMohlev. of her si9ttr'Intel, l.anen1er. to iit ichi lives ,u i rYANTD-AGMAN IN EACH 10GAI II V HAIR HINTS lit Mtrnniu's hi hk Vimil Hale luis gone near ft. S. l'errv ami wife ami Alarioii To Join this Society. Sick, accident, to work. isiteil" iiiemls at iCinit'rt t h'well Qunrterlv meetinsr will be held nt Worthy the Attention of People Who dentil t'encflts. And Introduce our Mountain Siimlav. Memberships. All or spare time. $,'.0 tlie Alrtlioilist 'church on 'Jnturdav Kinelu-tWish to Preserve the Hair I.il. Nulmi iiml Duiwnnl to $300 n month. Uvery .Member ami Sundnv Auril 20th and 21st. of PnliviHe. art: with their Bar- Rev. T. II. Stnitton of Harbourville. plves you a sternly monthly Inents for n few dnvn. will ureide. Ilnvo your own brush nnd comb at come. I'xperienco not needed. Write Mrs. rrimet's. of Kiiir'n Alotiu-tui'- i. Ml In ire is well Minnlied witli homo and nt hair dicser. Uur for plans. Hox CoWiiRton, Ky. wn- - iieie between trains Wed- A(r. (ierrir,, Morton, of itie-(INever uc a Imish or comb in pub-li- e , ' Dubnnks. on Monday. Air. A. I' II ur. i. tl . .iiNfievJii sih'ih ii I.ontr. of Kind's Alouiitnin on Tues-ila- v places, they arc usually eoerca few InH with hernnieiits last week. DANDRIFF AND ITCHING SCALP and .Mr. Walti'r Cannon, of witli dnndrutf enns. . .1. .Johnson and fa mil v, viiiled Kims'"! Alouiitnin. iu Tliursdnv. while the familv of Hun Sinuletoii ntur- - our other six jnerchnnts ernmllc week with soap and warm water ro YIELD TO ZEM0 TREATMENT. iIhv nml Siimlav. for what few et'Cs are left the other which is ndtled a disinfectant. Why should you continue- to exShampoo tao hair once a week three das of the week. Ouitn a disnlav of millinerv will witli pure &onp and wnter. Cecilian Leaf, periment with salves, greasy lotions njotes of be on exhibition at 'the Use PARISIAN' SAGE every day, nnd fancy hair diessings trying to l.utes & Co.. and C. AI. Younir'n dur-iii4UCj nibbinp thoroughly into the scnlp. the next week bv .Miss I.uciniln rid your scalp of serm life? They Iaftes PARISIAN SAGB is puaranteed do it because they cannot peneSirnl bv Ked Leaf 21.100. the C. AI. nt the former nlace and AIr. Youiu: ut tlic latter. Evcrv-bod- v by Penny's Unit; Store to destroy can't t of nil romUters: 1st dam trate to the seat of the trouble and invited to inrieft their stock. I)av Alaid bv Ceeilinn. he bv flam-bett- a Jolm II. YouiiL'. of Union Colletre. dnndrnff .'iTtns and abolish dan- draw the germ life to the surface Wilkes: 2nd dam Nell bv Harbourville. snent Tuesday niclit druff ,or money back. of the scnlp and destroy it. 1024. .'Inl dam Xoon D.iv bv St. itli his narents iiere. To stop hair from falling and Why not try n PROVEN RKMFDY Elmo 275: Itii dam bv 1'ilot. Jr. 12. Theodore Hastiu. who has been In I'ecilinn Leaf the blood of C. livinir nejir Oliv.. church. Wnvne-biin- r. scalp fiom iteliiiif.', or money back. One that will do tin's. We have u To put life and beauty into dull remedy that will rid the scnlp of F. I'lnv and Ktd Wilkes i united for some time, hns moved back with that of (iamhetta Wilkes and to Hiehlauil nml live at the old Mil- faded hair, or money back. Price 30 germ life and in this way will cure 1'ilot. Jr.. ami should nroe u cro-DANDRUFF and ITCHING SCALP. lion nlace. Horn to the wife of Will cents. wliieh eannot be e.xeelled. Craiir Yoitntr. n few dav since n This remedy is ZE.MO, n clean, re(.Veilinu I.enf i a rich hav with Lrirl- fined, penetrating scalp tonic that Alrs--. Alacfie Terrv. of Stanford, A MOTHER'S CARE two white hind leet and a star: is goes right to the seat of the trouexeentionallv lanev for a trottinc visited her mother. Mrs. Grabeal. A careful mother will not givo her ble and drives the germ life to the ciiH'Oinilv irraoeful in the a few davs since. hnre. AIib. lon Faulkner, who had one child n medicine without knowing it surface and destroys it. lleek: stands full l.'i 1 hands: has A shampoo with ZEAIO (ANTIIiil'Ii iielimi mid lots of ''"le and of her ees removed n few dav nso. pure, contains no opiates, nnd has filii-which le iiililition to his sliced lias imnroved so as to co to her healing and curative qualities. Such SEPTIC) SOAP and one application makes him an ideal horse for the mother's Airs. Tavlor. of the ZEAIO will entirely rid the Aliss I.ueile Youiil' spent a few-d- a medicine is Foley's Honey and Tar scalp of dandruff and scurf. Do not stud. These dualities arc iust what cough vs with her sistei Grace, at Stan- - Compound for croup, whooping is needed in a jire to breed liich-ela- s hesitate, but get a bottle of ZEAIO lirnttMiitic nn.1 nil nffnMinns nf the today. In fact on luirncs ami walk 'trot horse, loril .tins week n new principle .., i walk-tio- t Air. Alanlev AIcGuffev and Miss i..... .i.. . -nnd it is the that sells for ' -- .i and will do exactly what we claim the most iiionev and lias the read- Pearl HaMi... who weie m.uried last ,,,,.u" ' .tlltM:.''"" luuK' iest sale. Cecilian I.enf is unmark- Wednesdav weio dven a chhniri at safest for children nnd grown per ior it. Shu-gani'.'ht bv the boys. w Sold and endorsed by Penny's. ed but eau tint in 2:2S. sons. Take no substitutes. Drug Store. He will make the season at the nnd Tanner. STANFORD PROOF 1'ink Cottaire barn I 2 miles from Stanfonl on the Hiistonwll,. nikc. 1 Tli,. lee to a limited number of Should Convince Every Stanford For the season of 1912, offer for public service the" Roymares tliis seasiin will be ?10 ally Bred and Handsome Individual 'Saddle Stallion, Reader. ior a iivintr enu. ALL PEAVINE 4092, at my farm, near McKinneyKy., The frank statement of a neighbor At the same nlnco I will stand tli telling the merits of a remedy. L'reat lack. Samson at .Tl2.o0 to at $25 to insure a living colt. Von know this mek as the Rids j on pause and believe. I itmlji lit ii illll nf ftiiii it kliiiu IHIIM - .. in ... ....... tlllll) nun The sumo euilort'Cincnt utluT for Hie im- -t ftmr enrs. l!y some stranger far away - .,,- maaaaaammYmaaaawL. (III! t . ... . ll IIIVII lllll Commands no belief at all. to either C'eeilian or hmiKim becomes duo and will be collected lrom the Here's a Stanford case. A Stan breedei if maio is sold or n.artiwl ford citizen testifies. Read and be 'with. convinced. aaaaaaaa. TATE &. MESSER. William Alershon. Whitley, Ave., Jamrs Mrsscr. Mananer. Stanford, Ky., sas: ''I have used Siiiiituid. Kv. I'hime loO U. Doan's Kidney Pills off nnd on for TURNER. a Ions; time and can say that they uip fine for the back and kidneys. "M line tack Turner will make the I aNo wish to stnte that I have I'lt-e'f.'H'i' in Mnrelaud. Kv.. at known many other people- hero in 10 in insure a hum.' eult. Alares nnrted with or traded- - without mv Stanford that have ucd 1 loan's Kid. foifeits the uiiuraiiee. ney Pills, procured nt Shugavs and neiimsBiiiii Turner is black with Tanner's drug Moid nnd hae cither aaaaaaK ppiK aaaH lxiint- -. u'ood stle. lnwo feet. 'white been greatly benefitted or been perand bone, weidis 1005 noiinds. Ho ' is n food ami sine In teller. AInres manently cured of kidney with colt should be returned when colts an. from 7 to 0 dnv old. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 I This inck is known bv ninny as Foster-AIillnr- n Co., Buffalo, the Hamlin inck nnd he will b for cents. sale at the close of ?eaon. I'ros- - Now Yotk, sole agents fo ltiio Unititiectne buvcrs nro invited to call ed States. mWWkmCJC aA nnd see. his' colts and the ecnernl ltfr -- - Remember the name Doan's woikiiiL of tlio inek. I consider him one nmnmr th best Jimles ineks in and take no other. Kentuckv. L' lc Sir.-trletSin-irlet- atives. "ii."i""""i""""ii""""iii"" Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. .! H W. A. Tribble es kS: t, TiYE i. o. hnel-.tei-- L!.f. L' trrt-atf- IJal-Mi- ra s 3-- h. a 1 ti rs an-rro- V in--u- re I U - .s. !' aBBHsBBB -- ni com-plnin- t." a . a B. B. KING. Aloielnml. Kv. A , TEXAS WONDER. i l I will also stand the jack formerly owned by Silas Anderson.. He is said to be one of the best breeding Jacks In the country. Men who know him well say he has moro hundred dollar mules to his credit than any ether jack In the country. Will stand at $10 to insure a living celt. A Fine Jack STANFORD. KENTUCKY. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gray el. cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, nnd all irregu larities of the kidneys nnd bladder tn both men and women. Regulates blndder troubles in hildren. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1: Ono small bottlo is two mouths' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and other stntes. .Dr. E. W. Hnll, 2920 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Strawberry plants, Gropo Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, nnd Phlox. Everything for Orchard nnd Lnwn, Garden. Preo Catalogue. No Agents. H. F. HUlemneyer & Sons, Lexington, Ky. Whitehall's rRnEuKATiG Dr. RHEUMATISM N for REMEDY For 15 yean a Stindtrd Remcdr til forms of Rhtnmatitm, lombiro, ccrat, tore muiclei, atitT or iitolltn jolnti. It quickly rtlieiet the MTtre lni reduce! the fever, and eliminate! the polton from the (fttem. 60 cents boa at druggists. Mfft for a Frmm Mai Bom Or. Whitehall Mofrlmln 1 a. Lafeyatt t uth Co. Ind. He1. MONEY m.ar 9lk We tell and pay brtt market prtcea. w are c'ttlcr.; r.tahli(hr4 laitsuo; ana can uu uKiinKior you than agent or commlwlon mer ctunts. Kcfrrenreaany lank inlAii. Uville. Write (or wcrkly price 1UU ..k SiS - ' J. NEVIN CARTER, . M. SABEL4. SONS I 8JM-J- A 31 L MarUI (L. I WISIlUC, IT. 1796.' A chimplon how hone and an unequaled thmpun ue. Fiom him we hive hid luch chimpiom ai Edna ay, ColJen Glow. Jack Straw. Queen o the ay. Sttr Peavine, and many olhru put and to come. By Rej cCccald-Da- uy 2rd,ly Peavine 85. GRAND SIRE, Rex cDonald833. Trie undupuled champion how hone and tire. FIRST DAM, Lucy Well. 6404. bv Peavine 85. A peal brood mare by the worLTa grealesl brood mire lire, Peavine. HU diughten have pagduced iuch chimpiom it Lou Chief. x..,,.!.., a,..c i icu.iiui.il, iuai ay, uinnema cmoru, and dorem ol others. A mare by Peavine it sure foundation. SECOND DAM, diughter of Harm Denmark. THIRD DAM, diughtci of John oely lo u"lon who,e produce commandi the highest price, breed to All Pei-v" ffiiW,S-'i'- 0 4092. prices for which I have sold Peavine colli are ai an open book. Iney being iold for Ihe high do Har at puolic auction, along wuh the colli of other bieedi of horiei. and 1 have topped the maiket. Breeding uddle horKi of the highea type lino longer mete gueu v.ork. '"Like beget, lie," end it takes champion, lo produce championi. Here you have them all in thi. pedigree. R cDonald. Kex Peavine and a double infuiion of the champion brood mire lire, Peavine AH . : .l reavine will breed true to hi. family intirrii.nr.. nf .mnU..U 1.1,1 H. ;. Saddle Hone Futurity tiLt, and do not forget that he sired the only Hud colt that got any c( the money lut year, I will penonally care for mares lent me and tue every precaution, but will not be mpomibfe for accidenti oteKipej. I will alio stand another nice stallion at a lower price, and three Cue ng lacks. The Ciey jack at $10 to inure living foal, ind the two Blick jacks at $8 to insure living foil. SIRE, REX PEAVINE ALL PEAVINE 4092 .1 '"" ' ' .r Bealsrt in run, touts, wuuu - R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. a r ).' u. :rJ M H?mnm Vk ,&&& Jt atJaWmaaaaaaWLmWmm til ' I altflTMTnilTfMaaW n$ j TTte. 1 O i THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY THE FARMERS Ilnmlorf. Sale. M. S. Uur-to20-- 3 Ml. Siilem, Ky. For Sale. IleinU tobacco setter; 27-t- f. good ns new. 1. L. Heck. Seed I will tttnnil INimIciI Fred (Torn for BROWER'S AT n, itThat n jack LEXINGTON Interior Decorations and Home Furnishings are Rarely Beautiful This Spring least expensive goods but the most beautiful. It does not follow, however, that home furnishings are more expensive than beforc-- it means that good taste and good looks characterize even the least expensive lines shown by this store this year. Competition among manufacturers this year seems to have resulted in their not attempting to see who could produce the my farm on the Prenchcrsvillo nnd Stanford pike. He gets good col In nnd is n sure breeder nnd will stand ut fS.OO. II. C. Anderson Lot the Interior Journal print your horse nnd Jack cards. Neat work done promptly at rock bottom prices Nice blue grnss lnnn, of 103 acres within two miles of Stanford for sale. Apply to Adolpli Von Gruetii-gn- n. 2i2-G- p. at lream iS 22-l- f Win. H. Miimhv rnuirN n 'lict nut filly with xtnr mul nii. hv Kinir. nnd from hi noted show mine IjuIv Dure hv Cluster Hiiro. Mr. Mitrnhv thinks thi the finest foal !!:.- marc has ever h.in sure come if you will zzjm WJtt People are beginning to lealize the importance of harmony of colors in the home. You are assured ajt this store of the courteous, assistance of trained decorators both in the selection and application of Wall Papers and hangings, as well as a beautifully selected stock to choose from. Our consulting director will gladly suggest a plan for the decorating' and furnishing of your home. Our organization has been perfected to the point where we secure results in home furnishiii"- second to none anv where and at half what vou would expect to pay for similar services rendered by decorators in the larger cities. - The business of the interior decorating department of this store has shown the most wonderful increase over past seasons. A. T. Nuiiiiellov Inst week. jjoml. lloir broucht from $1 to Y1 n hend' heifer enheM from !) to' $1'.'; Dr. .1. 0. Carpenter bought 'Jl head of trout ut sM.fiO n ht'iid. The doctor will iilnee them mi lii- - farm in the Fast F.ud. as thev are the best lliinus in the world to keen a ilnce eleaued un. the far-iikmiv. A erinnled mule boucht bv (lieen Ferrill Tor "J0. "I'nele Dink" Flintier the Iiir '!" Colts w-lwith whieh Carr killed hnn-efor 11. mid Ito Steumt boii'jht th.. derriii'.'er. Sid AlverH old last week to Win. Wileher u nair of nuires lor .;i00. He sold to Win. Wes n nair of nice mules for &'S0. iii. .Martin. AssUtmit State of the Farmers' Cnion (sooke to a erowd of farmers here Mondav. in the court bouse. He will be back here iisrimi the lust of the month and dolirer another nddres. ,'rJio fiinnerh union K L'tiinim; urouml ranidlv in Lincoln 'and has unite n nroiMi'ssive luemberbiii. who me mueli interested in its success. James II. Hiievin. owner of one of the iirimc mover. in the ten-eIluiIerTobacco nool. deelnre-- i there is but one. answer to mi.s notwi(htnuiliui.' t lit succi'-si- if Jut il other tirodui'i. The f"v i heini: fin' exhibition in the Chronicle Stake in Auirut. ItiildiiiL' on the Mock owned bv llu lnt AihUioii I'nir nnd sold bv hi ire-imro- true money put in the bank you the Keeutor. vx Yes! That home you think about buying, when have Erice, need not be a dream lor lonK If you open a bank account. a dollar wi'l start THMT. Economize on your expenditure and commence today here where we welcome just such accounts as yours! wc will help you. ts ol lf STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Deposits $71,593.85. w. ld l. Mccarty, Pres. G. L. PENNY, V. Pres M. B. SALIN, Cashier. J. D. EADS, J. S. RICE, V. Pres. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, SPECIAL EXCURSION nr PUT US TO THE TEST mid ( the problem of the iirouoed tobacco factorv. and that is I.exim.'ton. MontL'omerv Soiiiru'l. a, .nddle stallion, owned bv Dr. T. D. Finch, of Louisville, in attemntiiiL' to break out of his box "tall, tell and Inoke his neck mid died a few miuute-- t later. The animal wjis vers valuuble. Sam Hell, of (Herniate, sold six loud- oi cattle on the Houiboii vards in l.oui-ill- e. Iaf week, for whieh he leeched eblween S.OOO fiVe-L'iiit- $1 5oiKTnniYnnHii$i Round Trip CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, APmL 2ist 1 -- so Round Trln has. Hmcher. Columbia. Tenu.. receutlv sold to J. I). It. Dellow. of the I'.crk-liir- .. boar. Ar-fHellV Lord I'remier for the sum of 1.MI0. le. 0.000. SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. C. F. Brower & Co Main at Broadway, LEXINGTON, KY. I I If You're Going to Buy Buggy this Spring See E. C. Pence's different styles and SPRING SUITING My new spring and summer samples are now ready for your inspection. They comprise tbe best on the market. I can suit anyone as to price who had his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure doesu'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. W. S. Hailey, McCri'iiry, Ky., U williiifr to verify his' statement n iven herewith, lie Miy "My wife hud u seveie attack of la gripe that terminated in bronchitis. She rouuncii us iiioiiii sue nun could not sleep ,uud her medicine gnvL. no relief. She was advi-e- d to try Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound nnd she continued .. .iiiii. iii ...till clu. liful IiiLaii llir.t.. i.im nil... r.i( ..in. i. boltle, which effected n permanent V OUR SPRING OXFORDS. !, cure." NICE PLACE FOR SALE! will sell privately my farm of neics, on the Stanford nnd Crab Oiciniid pike, six miles from Sitiu- fotd i)iid three miles from Crab Oiehard. Ilns-- a (.'ood frame Iujii-- o of four rooms porch etc., good to bacco barn nnd other outbuildings and tho best winter in the county on the place; linlt of place '" cultivation and res. in grass; good black smith shop on the placp; well fenc I LINE OF SPRING AND SUMMER SLIPPERS IS NOW COMPLETE. IN PATENTS. VICIS. VELVETS SATINS. TANS ETC. THE FAMOUS MAY MANT0N LINE. BEST QUALITY AND RIGHT PRICES. '2ii makes. Anytkkf to sik We Pay Highest Market Prices For Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. Northern White Seed Oats Crushed Ear Corn Cotton Seed Meal Unseed Meal v Hay, Straw Salt and Coal. f. ed. W. A. BRENT. R. D. I. Stanford. 20-4- ike easterner. Cone aid look. Fertilizer and ALL kinds of Farm All kinds ot Produce, Hides and Until April 30th 1012. you can have a $1.00 book FrW with n year's RiibsRiintion tn the Delieator or Ev Place erybody's, or Adventures. your orders with II. L. Steger, Magazine nnd Newspaper Agency, Crab Orchard. Ky. Purs. i I 4- E. T. PENCE, n STANFORD, KENTUCKY. See us before you sell, get price tn countrv or delivered. H. B. S? Northcott T. K. Tudor. Mtfr. PHONE 153. Old Fiddlers' Contest Stanford Opera House, April 16th All Old Fiddlers' Invited. J. C. McClriry THERE IS REAL PAINT mid Admission 25c also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of (ho name. If you havo hud experience with the latter kind you don't want nnotlier. If you haven't tnke our advice and don't Hay our real paints experiment. UNMRTAKKR AND CMIALMKR and save ynurcelf tfisappdintiuent ar.d money as well. STANFORD KENTUCKY. Office Plww 117. Hmm PMm 36. j. A. ALLEN. Starrier. Kv Prompt Delivery. J. H. Baughman & Co, Stanford, Kentucky.