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TAXES RAISER HIGH But This Time Its The Corporations, Not The People. Frankfort, mense April 10, ImKy increase, in the assessments 1,800 PEOPLE GO DOWN WHEN STEAMER SINKS TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1912 McKINNEY BOOMING TUESDAYS AND FRl6AYji. 1URCH ANNOUNCES FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY Lincoln's County Attorney to Make Race For Democratic Nomination In August. Formal nn- - WINDOWS SMASHED Titanic, the Larqest Ship In World, .Hits Iceberg When Crossing ' Ocean on First Trip. Now York, April 15, jrore than 1,800 iHTsons, it is fmrcd, sunk to death early today, when within fotrr nt o nwcnlth's Attorney iC the Thirteenth Judicial Dis trict to fill the vacancy caused by the elevation of Hon. Charles A. Hnnlin to the judgjhip. The nomination will be made in the general primary on Saturday August .'I. There arc few better known democrat in this part of the fctntc than Mr. Ltureli, or more nIo' lawyers? and ho starts in. this cnmpaigti with assurance of support from all over g devotion A the district. party, and u to the welfare recognized ability in hi profeskiou has lend his friends to insist that he is the logical mars to fill this responsible position, and they believe that these facts will forcibly appeal to the district nnd result in his overwhelming nomination. Air. Burch is native of Crnb county, his anOrchard, Lincoln cestors having been among the enr-lie- st settler in Kentucky, lie graduated from Old Centre College in Dan. ville in 18S2 .and taught school three years in Crnb Orchard ami Stanford rending law meanwhile in the office of Judge J. W. Alcorn. In 18!l.'i be wai thu democratic nominee for "Superintendent of Schools but went down in defent in the general republican landslide when Bradley was elected governor. Mr. Burch is now rcrving his second term as County Attorney of Lincoln, having defeated Judge J. S.' Owsley, Jr.. for the nomination the first time and Hon. 31. t North, the second time, nnd Leing elected for his present term oVer Hon. Gorge D. Florence, who it now commonwealth's attorney bf this district by appointment to fill the vacancy until nn election could be lu'ld. Mr. Itureh was chairman of Jho Democratic County Commitu tee during the enmpaign, and chairman of the Judicial district committee when Judge Ik'II was nomiunted. He has served Ids party faithfully and well, always icsnouding 'to its call, and ever working earnestly for its success. He will make nn netiv,. campaign for the nomuiiition.. visiting and peaking over the whole district. His liot of friends in Lincoln are confident of his nomination and election. life-lonof-th- e Sauflcy-BclMlnrdi- Kfr ih .i.E uouiiccincnt is made hero today by Coun ty V. Attorney S. Burch, of lits camli- lacy for the J t in o c ratio troiuittalioti Cor Co Hi- of utility corporations of Kentucky were made tentatively lust week by the State Hoard of Assessment and valuation. The total increase in the us they now stand assessments amounts to $137,000,000. These will net for the State nbjut (1S.',000 additional Revenues nnd if they lire allowed to stand the debt of iiie State would aoou be wiMd out. , An increase of from f 11,893,200 to .VJ,500.000 is made in4he assessment of the Ljuisvillo und Nashville, ltnilioad, while the assessment of all other big railroads operating in the stnte is inivrensed practically in pioportiou. Tno assessment of th Louisville Itnilwnv Company is increased from $0,800,000 to 0. hours after she crashed into nn iceberg, the mammoth White Star Line Steamer Titanic, bound from Livcr-pto New Yorks. oil her maiden voyage, went to the bottom off the ol New Foifndlnnd Imnku.. Thu companies will havo thirty days in which to file complaints against the increase, nnd it is expected that complaints will, be forthcoming from all the other companies wliose taxes are intended to be raised. Increases wero tundo ns follows: Louisville and Nashville Railway, It'll, ?U,S!9,200; 1012 $32,000,-00Illinois Central 4.r.:w,:i20; 0. Itnilwnv, 1911, 1012, $21,500,060, Cincinnati, New Orleans and Tct. as Pacific Railway, 1911, $3,551?,-1121012. $l.'l,500.000. 000. 0; Ijouiswlle and Henderson Rail-wa1011, $1,090,200; 1912 $2,100,. ; y, $5.000,000 Railway, 1911, 1912, $23,000,000. Chcaeako and Ohio Railway, 1 91 1, $2,743,330. 1912 $25,000,000. I'nion Light, Heat and Power Co. Southern Pacific and Street Railways, of Newport, and Covington. 1911, $3,00O,O0t; 1912, $S.350.000. Louisville Itnilwnv Company, 1911 $0,800,270; 1912. $13,900,000. 1911. $139,800; 1912 $1,500,000. Ashland. C. nnd I. Railway, 1911, COL. JACK CHINN IS 1912 $3S5.000. Southern Railway. 1911. $1.011,. OUT FOR CONGRESS 984; 1912. 'M.SOO.000. Mobile nnd Ohio Itnilwnv, 1911, $I0(I..7(!: 1012. $()00,ono. Ghisgow Railwav. 1911, $73,000; 1912. $150,000. " BBBJP BBBBBBl Adams Impress Cotnpnnv, 19! 1, $1100.(100 ; 1912 $1,000,000.' Western I'nion Companv, 1011, $S00.OO0; 1912. $1,100,000. B Pullman Company. 1911, $127,-001012 $1,000,000. 0; lA'xintton and Eastern Railway, Of the upproximutely 2,200 persons 011 board the giant liner some prominence of them of world-wid- e only 075 lire known to have been saved. The White Star Line offices In New Ycrrk, while keeping up linn,, in tin. Inst, were free to ndlilit that there had been "horribfe loss ot life." Accepting the early estimates of the fatality list, as uecuiute, the disaster is the gicalest in the mnr-iu- e history of the world. A liiimber ol ships went to the rescue called bv wireless telegraph. The scene ns the Carpathia one of them came up was one of dcsolntion. All that remnincd of the $10,000,000 floating palace, on which nearly passengers linil been voyaging luxuriously t this sirto of the Atlantic, were some bits of wrecknge. The biggest ship in the world had gone down, snuffing out in her downward plunge, it itppenrcd hundreds of human lives. line in the Cape A significant Race dispatch was the announcement that of those saved by the j Carpathia nearly nil were women nnd children. Should it prove tunt no other vessel picked up any passengers of tlie sinking liner, this might mean that few of the men 011 board had been wived, as the proportion of women and children among was Inrge. The the passengers same facts would likewise srwll the doom of practically the entire crew of 800. 1,-4- 00 RbWm-i- BR0DHEAD TWO STORES ROBBED SATURDAY NIGHT Burqlars Prize Off Iron Bars at Shuaars & Tanner's Drug Store and Newland's Grocery. Two moie stores were burglarized in Stanford Inst Saturday nc,ht. So bold and, so successful havo been Ihu More rolibcries hvie that the nes-tio- n - imked on all (.ides what will be attacked next. Many fear that fie rbbers will make an attempt to fob one of the batiks amf get nwny with it, as they hae succeeded in doing with the various stoic burg", larics to date. The drug stoio of Shugiirs & Tanner and thu giocery storoof T. D. Newlutid next door, were both entered Saturday night by, robbers. About a dollar fit change was recured tit "inch place. So fuv us can bo m'thing but moue.Y was sought at either place. kntrance In the lro; More, wm obtained by prizing out one of the iron b:u n which pi Meet 'the window The aperture io made in the rear. was so small, that many believe u boy must lme been put thiough it, wlu unlocked the rear door. An effort had been madu to force the bolt before the window was attacked. Jlr. Newland'.' giocery was ulso cuteied the back way, the iron bars the winsupposed fo dows, being prized off with a large wooden scantling. About $1,110 was obtained from the giocery. The police were able to obtain no clew to the midnight niuurauders. Jinny bolieu-that bloodhounds would have been able to make u 3leidid trail from both places, but it was concluded not to obtain them, this time. "Some special detective work will probably bo done on this case. So here is to you. dear old Col Jack. enemy's never yet seen your .. BIG FIRE AT RICHMOND buck. You'ie a trifle Iiniidieappd in tliis A blaze which tinted iu 11 siuull gnme; stiiblc ut Richmond last Friday com- And you may not win, but you me & Congle-I011pletely. destroyed Hluutou not to blame. lumber vaijls, causing them a So we nil will.love you just the same. loss of $30,000 (ir more, hcnide do- So here's to you dear old Col. Jock. ing over $20,000 damago to ail joining property Those who suffered brings iiinn,yail-men- U Constipation in addition to the lumber couuiuuy iu its train and is the prK wcie: Ii. & N. passenger mid fi eight 'niaiy cause of muci sickness. Keep depots, filled with freight, entire, mndam, and loss; nine box cars filled with 'your bowels regular ficight, burned to a crisp ;J;'lat Rock 'you will escape tunny of the to which women nre subject, Hptel, entire loss; Aladisou Tobacco Wurchoiisi', nnd Ida Alay Coal Com- , Constipation is a very simple thing, pany's offices, considerably dam- but like ninny simple things,! mny aged jlenil to serious consequences. Nature often needs a little assistance A small blaze cuught from 11 deand when Chnmberlain's Tablets are Call meeting of the Ladies' AW fective flue ut the home of County given ut the first indication, tikieli Society at the Christian church Sat- Cleik Oeorge B. Cooper last week, distress nnd suffering may be avoid, but was quickly extinguished withurday afternoon April 20, at 2 ed. Sold by Q. L. Penny. Important business on hand. out coiling in the fire department. The V nil-me- tMr(iL II. Frith, who was ,m the sick list last week was lepnrted to have small do v. On the (ith his wife presented him with n 10. pound Father, mother and rin nTe buy. doing nicelv. Several from bete attended the republican convention at Alt. Saturday, .Mis-- , Kit Harris was with home folks nt Kiehiiiiim! lat Jsntiirdav Mid Sunday. .Master liicliiml Harris letiimed with her and is coins (0 stuv wuh her till school is out. .Miss Jude AlcCall. of .Maretsbuiv. was wmting her siter. Alr.s. J. J. Allan-li- t last week. AIU-- . Clvde Watson Ictt isuudav to attend the Stnte Normal ai ;,', 'tinds Jlr. Likins wn3 in Alt. 'ernon last Sntuidav. Als. Ktta Cable is able to be out iiL'iiin und went back to fii:h her school out. Ilubeil V lies nnd Kd Owens nr iu LouisAille this wei-.Mr. und Alls. J. T. Chcirv wer,. up I'liiiu Crab Orchard Tuesday. Air. Done from Lincoln counh wiu up last week having hoirs paving about 5 cents a pound and John Cress was Inning .slncp at $1 per head. There i never a week pass but what some stock traders an. heie bimug rtock. Daisy Hunt was tip in mi Air Crab (Ireland StindiP' Hro. Carter and wife of Alt. SteiliiiL'. Kv.. are visiting hi brother. Dr. W. V. Cur ' ler. Mis Ktla Aloon; spent Saturday und Sumhiv at Alt. Vernon. Air. J. W. Tut., is in. Lexington this week. 'r-110- BBVt v tr JBBBi COL. CHINN. Formal announcement of the candidacy of Hffn. J. P. China, of as 11 candidate firr Congress, in this, the Kighth district, is made iu the Interior Journal today. The aliove cut hnrdl.v does justice to the good looks of this piomiiieiit mid popular democrat, oho submits his (audidac.v to the democratic direct primary which will be held on August 3rd, next. Col. Chiun , ever w hwe known nnd loved Col. "Jack" t'liiuu, has u great many friends in Lincoln, who will icguid very kindly his candidacy, notwithstanding the fact that Lincoln's own candidate for favoied sou i As u democrat, he is title and tried, with a record of having always hastened to his party's call and always found enlisted in Jut lielialf. Theie is probably no better known democrat iu Kentucky und there is 110 doubt but that if in'iiiwUi! ith iliO liOUuliiitlOli Iu seeks, he would carry the party's banner to triumphnkt victory. Hnr-rod-bu- ig Snt-uidii- v, n-11 Hustlinq Little City Goinq After Fnrthur Improvements Seesaw Ball Game Played, Here FriWhile Fruit Trees Were Stripped of day Proves Interesting Con Buds and Blossoms Monday AfcKinney, Ky., April 15. test Throuahout. A Midsummer Storm McKINNEY HAS JJakciy, In a seesaw game, which was ex The Iienviest linilstorra that has One bunk. citing all the way througlr, the iiiglr been experienced in this part of the Flour mill. school ball team defeated the sec Woolen mill. ond nine of Central University here state in mnnyVjenrs wa., had hero Two lic'tols r rulny afternoon by a score of 0 to shortly after noon Motula'. HailFour groceries. 0. Theie were three C. U. first team, stones almost ns largo us the proTwo churches. men among the visitors, but to even verbial "hen eggs" fell for the space Spoke factory. this up Couch Harry Camnitz went of about fifteen minutes, nnd did unIlig tost office. into the box for Stanford in the Tomato factory. sixth inning, when the collegians bei told damage to buds on fruit trees. Ice cream factory. BHn to slnm Wesloy Emlry's offerMany of the limbs which v.'crc jast Two livery stables. ings all over the lot, so that the' budding, nnd beginning to bloom, Alonumentul works. game wus a pretty even affair afwere snipped us cleanly as if they Five general 3tores. ter all. had been pruned with u sharp knife. Up until the sixth inning when he Postal Savings Bunk. Town full of good citizens. 'blew,'' the work of young Embry Window panes were smashed all furnishing in tlie box was superb. Ladies' and gents' For over town. Jluny hail stones ns store. some reason, he uppareiitly weakens large ns robin eggs fell, while the AIcKlNNIfY WANTS toward the latter part of a ganie. marble size were plentiful. Alcnt sliop. Until the sixtli inning he held the Side walks. The heavy hail was preceded bv visitors to a single hit and runless, but they hammered him for four tallie factory. a young cyclouo ,which did some Electric lights. lies in the sixth. Camnrtz checked damage especially iu southern bee- Alilliuery store. the scoring for one inning, but the tiou of the county. The, silo of.Wil Alvrc- good citizens. rah, rah, rah boys found him for New school building. Alatheny. 011 the Somerset pike, wus three snfetifs in the eighth, two of them doubles, and managed to shove Tlie ice creum factory is in toppled over, and some other damand has already had oiders n couple or more scores over the pan age was done. The storm cumc up suddenly mid was u veritable mid- for several gallons of cream. ,Mr. but that was all. Stanford hit hard all through the summer affair. Had it been a month Sipple, manager of the factory is Inter every tobacco bed within the u very easing n'd accommodating gnme, Capt Dill AlcCnrty greatly territory of the hull would have been mail und we predict for him u suc- distinguishing himself at the bat by cess 111 liis new business and wel- hitting sulel.v every time up, two of u complete loss. The gluss hot house of Aliss Lena come him and his family to our them going for two bags, while the others were eusy singles. He also Hampton was riddled by the hail town. Air. C. R. llrawner has about fin- played a brilliant game on the green, stones us if n gatliug gup hud been tired into it from above, tully two ished his store, building and will making but one bobble, n muff on a thirds of the glass was shattered and 60011 bo able to move into it. Claud very low thrown ball. This boy gets iXay has moved to his new home on better all the time, and can make tin, damage will be very hpuvv. Later reports sliowed that the' Clark avenue, und there are several good in the Blue Grass league. Alike hailstorm was very local in its scope other new buildings going up in J'enny was also very much in the It is a settled fact that limelight, nnd is putting up the best Kph Woods reported that tliere was town. no hail in his pnrt of the county, theie' is moie business done in this game behind the bat lie has ever nnd the rural route carriers coming town for its size than any town on r sliown. Ife has a imagnificent whip, .i. There is mm i.:ii-- .i sevcnii uunug runners iu in the afternoon said Hint they the Cincinnati Southern. itioeu saw no hnil and little rain outside always room for more business and who thought to pilfer second on him. n good plncc to make the start and Spalding Hill, playing his first game ol the city limits. nt the keystone sack, was there to n warm welcome o all nt$w comers. Alcsdames T. II. and C. C. Singleicceive the throws every time and Air. Tobacco Grower. Remember that a hail storm, sneli us tin. nn ton were shopping iu Danville last his work looked, good as did that of Cy Anderson at third. The Score: Afomlnv. is likely to visit in nnv week. Airs. J. W. Davis, of Somerset, Stanford High School time, njul destroy your tobacco crop AB R H PO A E nuu me product ot your years labor was visiting here father, Air. J. L. Waters ss I insure vour tohnecn njfnirist ilnm. Deck last week. 401041 - S. Hill 2b a. Air. Frank Afoblev, of Wavnesage or loss by hail. 4 The only agency at Stanfoid able to ivi voi hurg, visited her parents Air. J. AI. AlcCarty lb 414501 Penny c 3 0 0 12 4 0 this protection. Over 100 losses Inst Hubble und family last week. Air. George Aliller Giveus, of Hus- - Coleman If 411 vear and every one ndiusted satis0' factorily. Oct our rates ns snnn n tonville. wus iu town Thursday af- Embry ....4 2 2 3 0 0 Blight cf ternoon. 311000 vour crop is planted. . AL New-lauAnderson 3b ...4 1 1 2 0 0 1 CHAPPELL'S GAP J. Hill'rf 1 100 CnmniU 10000 A LEADING PART. The many friends of Air. Alelvin glad 32 9 11 27 10 3 Was Played By Lincoln County Re Harris are nicelv to kuowJie. is getting along after a severe ill- C. U. Second Team publicans Last Week. ness. AB R II PO A E Youug visited her Aliss Hattie Hutton cf Lincoln eountv r,,nitlittpnn litn.lnra parents Sunday. 1010 4.1 2 2 2 0 plii.ved a leading part in the con Air. John Pik hns returned home JJosker 2b 42 Lassing ss-- p vention ot tlie Mglitli district winch fiom New Orleahs, La. Aliss Aluttie Anderson is very sick Pidgeou .'lb 4011I0 was held nt .Slnllvvill ln.i ... ... ...... ... ,v Air. Woddiird Lutisford visited Byion s 300001 just prior to the state convention. his sister. Airs. J. T. Bogie Sunday. S. Ramsey lb' ...4 0 1 S 1 0 .vieiitmu lias been made that Rev. K. D. Xuflkes is out again Andrew., c 1000 Hon It. L. Davison, of this city, a protracted illness. Fngau 3 1 1 1 it 2 presided 11s chaiimfii over the dis- after Several around here attended ser- Bruce 311100 ri trict convention. vices nt Ottenheini Sunday. 110001 When the time cnnie to elect the Airs. John IJrienech is visiting hc4 J. Rnuisey c Eighth district member of the Re- grandmother Airs. AJjinnel. of Pine 31 C 8 24 12 0 publican Central Committee for the Grove. The infant daughter of Air. and Score by Inninqs State, Hon. George D. Florence, of l2345G7S 0 T tliis city, was for tliis honor Airs. Wm. Dishou has been unite ill. X 9 and his uncle, Hon. George L. Davi- Alesser Edhnrt and Win. Jossweir Stanfoid U 0 0 0 0 0 4 (J 2 0 son was selected as elector for the attended I'jiut n't Stanford Alon-ua- C. 1 Sacriticc hits. Waters, iViuiy; Eighth district, so that the Lincoln Plowing is the older of the dav Stolen base Waters 2, AlcCarty, b'lidiM-s- , of that patty got about all Everyone is late on Penny, II. Coleman 2, Embry 2,' here now. the honors tJiev could nt their conaccount of recent rains. Bright, Camnitz; Doiker Druce. vention, which goes to show that Don't be surprised if'.von hear the their leadership, which has repent-idl- y wedding bells around line eoon. Shuck out by Embry 7: by Camnitz 0; by Ftignn 8 bv Lassing 1. been" lmiintnined here after Guess who? Alrs. ltichnrd l'raircr who has Rase on balls Off Camnifj 1;' off fights withing the party ,is properly ipicciated bv the party leaders been sick for some time is leportcd Fag.in 2, off Lasing 2. Tine,, baso better at this writing hit Emlr.v. Two Base hits1 ot the state. The saw mill of this comnmnitv AlcCarty 2. Pigeon. HuttotiT Dosker, hu've been takiuk advantage of the Lassing. Hits Off Embry J in 0, TO THE DEMOCRACY OF urcttv dhvs. innings; off Camnitz 4 in 3 innings; Airs. Thomas .Manuel spent .MoLINCOLN COUNTY nday with her daughter. Airs. Aich off Fagmi 8 in 71-- 2 infiing-,- ; of f Lnssing 3 in 2 inning; Passed ball Anderson. v As you know I hnve been appointPenny. Umpire Penny. ed Cleik of the Lincoln Circuit Cottit HOLDAM'S MILL by Hon. C. A. Hardin to fill the va' CRAB ORCHARD Air. J, K. "Shackelford has gone, to cancy caused by the death of the the I'louiitaiiis for a shoit visit. 1). Swope. lamented Col. J. An elecCrnb Orchnid is being burvc.ved Airs. Delia Lamb is top the sic' tion will bo held in November to fill for concrete walks. I( certainly the Iniluiiff of the term to which he list. Mrs. Desie Lamb is visiting her will be a grent iftmrovement for our wiiw elected and I hereby auuuiiuco little city. .Mr. nml .Mrs, Allinglit. my ctuididticy forrthe slemacraiie piiici,:, .Mr, J. ('. Cummins' bought 11 fi no Air, J, B. Willis is out ngain after nomination for th unexpired term. teiim fiom Mr. .1. lv. SluicU'olforil. being confined to his room with piimuiy to no held in August Afi. I'linli Albright is improving Moiiiuch tumble. next. si iw ly, Airs. Fife, of Richmond is with It litis been my privilege hen'to-foi- c AlisAlice Simpson is visiting her S. W. Fife tind family. hold this office und from the to Airs. Lucv Shackelford. Rev. 11. II. Donulioo will preach ut experience then ucipiired I feel that sitcr, und Alr.s. Hnrve Kdwurcls. Air the Crab Orchard Christian church can safely say that I Sin nualified Alat Alury und Fuiuknor vv;cre to discharge its duties with efficienthe guests of Mr. nnd Alls. J. (. next Sunday Uioriiing and evening. cy nnd dispatch. AlrsJ. II. R. Spltler of the State Cummins.' I sliiill be very grateful if you seo .unnilini, Normal." Of -Itichmimil. is -- 'W " " fit to make me the nominee, und After being "dry" for the last six a few days with her mother, Airs. promise to do nil you cun to curry years, Nicholasvillo ' on Thursday .uary t iiuou. the si inula rd of the party to victory ngain became "wet" three saloons Air. J. P. Rogers has gone to in .November no matter who may bo opening their doors under $1,000 lito visit his father for n few Very Respectfully, its beater. cense each. It is said the temper-mic- e weeks. .1. F. HOLDAAL people will soon uk for tin Aliss I.illie Garner of Cedar Creek election in the whole county. spent Sunday with Miss Ilu Nev When n medicine must be given lund. Lamo shoulder is nearly always to young childieti it should be The ladies of tliu Christiuu churcb Chamberlain's due to lheumatistn of tho muscles, did well their shadow social . last to take. pleasant Cough Remedy is made from loaf and quickly yields to the free ap- Saturday evening. It was enjoyed sugar, nnd the roots used in its plication of Chamberlain's Liniment oy tut who were present. The people, of Crab Orchurd, ate preparation give it n flavor similar For Sale by U. L. Penny, greatly grieved to give up Rev. to tnaVlo syrup, making it pleasant A Champ Clark club has beet)' Rutherford ns itastoi, of the Chris-tiu- n to take. It lins no siiKrior for church. He numbered his colds, croup nnd whooing cough. organized iu Alercer county with friends by his acquaintances. Rodman Keenon as President. For sale, by 0. L. Penny, x . , sI BY HEAVY HAILSTONES HIGH SCHOOL BEATS C. U. SECOND TEAM .' r ' v 113 11 01 p-- rf d. p..v...l 10 ' V ,. ...-I.- ...401220 , lf-s- p-- lf 22 v. ..10110105 1-- at-tl- 1 " t 't 4muiw mJw. niwiA.fti .. . ... i. ut 4 'j THE STANFORD INTEWIOW JOURNAL, STANFjDRD, KENTUCKY. WAYNESIURQ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moberly relatives at McKinney last Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Whceldon, of Mr. Whceldon's were the gut-s- t puients nt Etnn Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. Frank Hay, of near Buck Creek came home from Indiana last week with smalt pox and Mri. C. V Mnplcton is nursing him. Ainunibcr of young people surprised Mr. Logan Stephens with a parly Saturday nipht. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves immensely. Evptctt the little child vf Leander May has been real Mek. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. May havc mov ed to their new home in the souths Mr. Orville Robinson has returned home from Lexington for n short vkit to hi." father. t'ncle Billy Uooch is able to po visiting acuin after several weeks' illness. Mr. Stork visited Mrs, Andrew Trowbridge hist week and left a nice baby named Margie Alice. Air. and Mr. Armstrong Todd nnd .Miss Arva Leach visited Mr. Todd's parents at Eubank last d, The Boys! BOYS! i,X Interior Journal. Ktublithtd ura HKLTON M. SAUrLCY,...Publjthtr IN ADVANCI II A YEAR STRICTLY Stotr4 at tba rMtefflce u t HUB-r- l mcodS cUm mall. Men's Furnishings These warm days will cause you to want to get out of that coat, then the question will be "How U my SHIRT STOCK?" We suspect YOURS IS LOW, but we want you to see OURS. . 0 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. AiAJ't.'tirI LI !.V l. It is now time to put on one of thete "Wooly Boy" suits. THE BEST MADE The announcements in this column are of candidates for office, subject to the action of the democratic pri- mary: For Conqress COL. M m Ml BB J. Vt CHINN, OF MERCER. PRICES EMMETT $3 to MaDtt, $120 f?TB '?& r ""''in t MATBD CO. CBJCAOO The only Suit "Wooly Boy" that has the style, fit, durability For Commonwealth's Attorney PURYEAR, OF BOYLE. . S. BL'itCH, OF LINCOLN. For County Judge. Ti A. RICE, M. F. NORTH, For Circuit Clerk J. D. WEAREN J. F. IIOLDAM For Jailer. PEYTON PARRISH, GEORGE DEBORDE . ur. have th ever teatly, !wy ia 1 atyle, White Plaited, cuff attached, coat style shirt, at $1.00 Tnn1:rtsyne lyeyiiyeeb and $1.50 week. and workmanship. DINK FARMER WILLIAM 11. HESTER W. A. CARSON SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. RESOURCES OF For Assessor P. L. BECK. S. M. OWENS, R. H. BRONAUGH For Magistrate J. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS, The Democratic1 State Board of Valuation and Assessment has made a tnicbty pood start in its work.. In nnothcr column is told the tale "how the taxes of about a dozen railway, corporations have been raised sufficiently to pay off the state debt nnd lower the tax rate. The work of the new democratic administration stands out stnkwply in comparison with is republican predecessor. When the Willson poveni-niefound itself in debt, it raised the tnses on the farmers of the state thruoRh the work of the State which passes Board upon the county assessment. Gov. Mccreary's administration inherited a hip debt from its republican predecessor and will make the corporations whi'li enjoy state franchises do their shnre towards liquidating it, instead of further increasing the Auditor iinrdens of the farmers. Bosworth, Secretary of the State, n Creeehus and Treasurer Rhea e the thanks of the state for their pood work. nt de-se- Lin coin County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Comptroller's Call of February 20, 1912 , Mr. Durward Smpleton is nt home from Danville for n few days. Mr. Elmer Coone came down from Erlnnger Saturday and spent Sunday with hi mother. , Here's hoping that the local option election in Pulaski will swr by us big majority ns our election iu Lincoln. Ye voters of Lincoln get busy, nnd go to the primary election and vote for men who are for law and order and arc above all temperance mlvoquiest as candidates d and then go back again on the Tuesday in November and Vote for your country nnd your homes. -- rs. M Aker is very sick nt this writing. Mr. Kelley Spradlin. is working in Big Four, Va. Mr. H. T. Merritt, of Roanoke, Vn. is tbe gnefct of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. sec-Cn-- We could take up this entire gpac. telling you of our Soft Shirts, and THEN NOT TELL YOU HALF. Soft Shirt with Laundered Cuffs. Soft Shirts with soft collars. Soft shirts with soft cuffs, in white and neat hair line effects, all of them cqat style and with cuffs attached, per gar ment at $1:?0 $1.50 and $2:?0 course, you have to SEE these. All we can say here is that we have the laundered collars in almost every style made open front or close fitting for long necks or short ones and the soft collars in KsUllliio Loans ' U. S. Bonds and Due from U. S. Treas Lincoln County 'Bonds Cash and Due from Banks. Banking House J342.254. 78 May.. Two for 25c. Or the straight Quick Assets: OtHer Assets: os.ooo.oo S447, 254. 78 J37.s00.00 . Lewis Merritt has boupht a new farm. Your correspondent believes Lewis is more than half sweet on a certain little black eyed girl, who doesn't Jive far nway from that new 4, 08. 78 s 78, 6O8.87 ss.300.00 SS3.I63.6S Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars Men's Wear Largest Assortment in Clothing and Shoes, but are ready to take good CARE ofN Your Spring needs in Hats, Caps, Shirts and Neckwear. Mr. John Roberts of Danville, spent several days last week with his parents. We nre sorry to give up our friend Mis Fannie Hatfield, now Mrs. Robert Felma, but we wish her everv (happiness in her western home. Oh! Milb'dgcville, yon may jmu always remember, when Waynes-bur- g isn't represented in the 1. .1 that the correspondent has happened to rend the proverb thot "a still tongue maketh n wise head" and has cone nway on a vacation. FOR AGED fnnn. 25c Quality. ooooooooooooooooool H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky n PEOPLE We offer not only the Men who made history in Stanford have been cnlled to their reward in unusual numbers lately. Probably no two men pinned a larger part in the upbuilding of Stanford and advancement ofits material interests' during their period than Dr. John B. "Owsley and Mr. Sam II. Shank's. Thev were citizens no community can afford to loe and the plar-ethey left will be hard to fill. The will be missed. s Old Folks Should be Careful In Their Selection of Regulative Medicine We have a safe, dependable, nnd altogether ideal remedy that is adapted to the requirements of npeil people nnd persons who buffer of weak constitutions irom constipation or other bowel disoiuers. We nre so certain that it will relieve these complaints nnd give absolute satisfaction in ever paiticnlar that we offer it with our personal guarantee that it shall cost the user nothing if it fails to substantiate our claims. This remedy is called Resall Orderlies. r,e.all Orderlies are eaten jiust like candy, nr(. particularly prompt and agreeable is atfwn, may W-- In! en nt any time, day or nipht: do not cause iluirilioea, griping, excessive looseness, other undesirable effect. They Lave a very mild but positnv action iiKn ,the organs with which they come in contact, apparently acting as a regulative tonic upon the relaxed muscular coat of the bowel, thus overcoming weakness, and aiding to restore the bowels to move vigorous and healthy activity. Three sizes 10c, 25o and 50c. Sold only nt our store The Rexall Store, The Penny Drug Store. par-ticulai- ly HYDRATED LIME at ADVANTAGES OVER LUMP UME: w. E. PERKINS TO THE DEMOCRATS OF LINCOLN COUNTY Crab Orchard, Ky. DON'T Forget - Contest StartsSaturday April 13th 1912 Come in and get full Particulars. ---- that the Piano N ,-- L. L. SANDERS Deposit Bank of Stanford, Crab Orchard Kentucky. I nm a candidate of Assessor, subject to your action at the primary election August lOl.'l. As most of you know I hae bien a democrat all ray due and have always supported and worked for the nominee of my party. And as. most of you know, I have in the pase been peti tioned by my friends to niufor fclie'" iff, and also representative nnd havp always declined with thanks, and have never before asked for a coun ty office. I have been a farmer and stockman all my life, and think I am acquainted with and qualified to ap praise the property botn real ano personal, in this county nnd if elected will give my best feervice to the discharge of my duties. I will be grateful for your bupport. R. H. BRONAUGH. Crab Orchard. In cases of rheumatism relief from pain makSs sleep and rest po sible. This mabe obtained by ap plying Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by G. L. Penny. LOW COLONIST TO Designations ' in the - 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, g- -s Have Your Painter Use the paint that will give your house the best possible protection and put ofl the need of repainting for the longest possible time. Sherwin-William- HUBBLE. We aro having fine weather for farming now and the farmers are quite busy, Misses Jessie and Jean McKech-ni- o aro in Wayne county visiting after attending the burial of their uncle A. It. McKexhuie, who died lufct Friday. A. P. Sloan had a large work horse to die last week caused by paralysis, There will bo preaching ntthe Hubble Christian church each first and third Sunday evening. Churchill Yeagcr, of Danville, d J. A. Spoonumoro lust week. J. T. Leavell and family left last Thursday for Portland Oregon. Mr. II. C. Walter ia out again af- -' ter a spell of sickness. Mr. William Wilder was badly hurt Jast Monday, by being thrown from his buggy, when tho horse ho was driving became scared and ran awny. There will b0 pleaching at McKen-dro- o church next Sunday morning. Mrs. J. C. Rankin visited her "islet Mrs. A. P. Sloan last week. Miss Minnio Sandcrsp of Marks-- 1 miry, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. B, Sanders. vis-fte- s Paint, Prepared Organized in 1856 will do this. Reorganized, June 2, 1865, as National Buk of Stanford. Reorganized, Oct! 2, 1882, as RATES -- : First National Bank, Stanford. Absolutely Safe. At the service of the smallest depositor. 'West, North west ana soutnwest. VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Tickets on sale daily until April 5th 1912 SW fiA V BftAV BJ A BM bk JOHN WHITE V LB "a AND HIDES highest market price paid Wl,on CtaalNlon. Agent, Southern Railway or write to E, D. Stratton, A. R. Cook, DPA St. Louis, Mo DPA Evauville, Ind J. C. BEAM, JR., AGPA, St. Louis, Mo. "Our baby cries for Chamber- Iain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. "It T. B. Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga. is tho best cough remedy on tlm market for coughs, colds and croup. For eale .by O. L. Penny. For further information, ask kny When rightly used on a proper surface jt 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. for raw furs and hides WilU lor prlc 4bsVFBbbPbbbbbbbbb1BP 0 I -- 4 CO. SSXi'Z. See the Brighten Up Village in Penny's window and let him explain why YOU should use Sherwin Williams Paint. . "' i j wHE9&SfiiHKiift- 7, vHMHBwl TPTT a&ettp 'li ' ... .. i V . . t " j V J (" Jfc 'WT1B a & JJ" mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 'fSS & V THE STANFORD SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ) Mrs. L. J. Vunnellcy, who hn been sick fur sometime, is better. Mr. Homer Tingley, o Lnncnstcr, "as hero on business Inst week. Mr. nml Mrs. (leorpo II. Knrris were in Danville lubt week on busi- INTERIOR JOUR NAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Mr, Ilobett Qovcr who hns hnd pneiitiionin i improving rapidly. ., ness. Mrs. S. T. Ashley lias been tbe recent guest of Mru. Sniifdrd nt Lnncnstcr. Mrs. J. II. Anderson nml dnupbtcr who have typhoid fever nre Retting nlonst nicely. Mrs. V. 1). Xiive and dniiRhtcrs of llutstunville, were the iiestu of her sister, Mrs. S. 1. Hnrdctto Inst week. Mr. IJiid Iloldcmmn spent several days Inst week, with rdii'tives nt Springfield, Ky. Messn. Carlisle Mycra nnd Geo. llarnettc, of lIuMtmvillo uto here FriJny niubt. " Mrs. Henry I'hillips nnd Miss Lena Hnmpton, wcru in Dunillu shoppinK Siiturdny. The Current Ecntu Club will meet irith Mrs. Win. Severance Thursday afternoon nt two o'clock. Ww. W. S. Fish and littlo son Herbert, nrc visiting Mrs. Uuinn, in I'aint Iick. Dr. V. P. Hickle nnd wife left Friday for Kennedy, IVxns, hcte they will uinkc then future home. Mi-Sotie Alcorn, of Danville, wh with relative: and friends here Inst week. Mr. Cieoryo Hopper, who is fechttitl in Danville, spent Saturday with relatives nnd friends bete. Mrs. J. C (hbomc, who haa been viiitiiiK her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren linn n't u rued home in Knox-vill- e. s , every ill. Mrs. & J. Urown spent Saturday and Stiudny in Louisville with her son, ltiibscll, who is there taking a business course. Mednuics Alex Waller nnd C. D. Powell nnd Missrs Knnpp West and lie Hie Hobinoti, of lnnenster were here bopunj: Friday. Mrs. C. T. Johnson and Miss Mollis Benrley, of Danville, have been the recent guests of their sister, Mits Alice Henrley. Mr. Homer Wallin, of Danville, stopped over hero between trains Friday, on his way to Hrodhcad to fpeml sexernl days.. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Adams, Mr. and Mm. J. Jl. Itiffe and Mr. .T. D. Newbern motored over from V'ridn. Mr. Freeman who hn been very reiek nt Mrs. llunn's bonTding lioif-' ij much improved, nnd will probably be, table to retuni to his home Hi rflill Hus-tonril- Mrs.. Ed. Lewi, u Yntc Center, KiiiiMiK, is with hrr inutliiT, Mm. J. J. McKium-y- , at .Mt. Salem, who U wni here with friends Tuesday. Mrs. It. II. llatson, of Lnncnstcr, )ms been visiting her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Hilton. McmIiiiiics C. E. Tate and Sam Einbry, Jr., were in Danville shopping last week, Mrs. If. S. Putninn and little son stay of returned Saturday from two weeks with telntives in Calum-mi- s On. Lebanon Enterprise. Mrs. Nannie E. Putnam announces the engagement of her daughter, MiVs Xellie Churfrhill Putnam, to Dr. William Spalding Green. The wedding will take place early tin June. Lebanon Enterprise. Mrs. Ida Hutchison nnd little Misses Anna Darker nnd Ella dnughler, Thelrnn, have returned Harnett of HustcnviUe, were here t Horn n to her sister, Mrs. Will Ins't week. I Good, in Indianapolis Ind. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carlton EJkiri. of Mrs. S. II. Ilaughman is at the Lancaster, were here n short time fiuim in. ueuiu ui tueir iiume uu inc Friday. Somerset pike. She has been nn Mr. Lewis Vivian, of Hnrrodsburg invalid for the past several years, who is manager of the United Cloth but took n sudden turn for the worst ing store there, wns here Fridny. last Friday, and the physicians hnvo ' Tdiss Sadie Anderson, of Lancas.p..... .IV. , JIIV . D...4 VI...UVU "J ter, has been the recent visitor of I her sons and dnughters nnd entire family who nrc tenderly ministering Mis. Xellie Hnllou. Mrs. 0. P. Huffman who has been to her every need. visiting her brother, Mr. Qnbe Elkin SHORT LOCAL NEWS has returned home. , vjsjt-in- c Mrs. Mnrv Strnub has been Wool sacks nt State Hank & Trust her brother, Mr. II. 1!. King at Co., tng wool nicely. J. D. Ends & M'w eland. 27-Miss Minnie McGuffey,of High- Sons. land is visiting her sUtcr, Ms. Mni-r- :: All Confederate soldiers, who arc in Decatur, 111. shonld apply nf once for n Mr. D. S. Swope, of Miukibury was u caller at the I. J. office petition. Judge J. W. Alcorn will fill out the papers. Monday. Hnr-rodsbii- rg Miss Lucy Simpson' is visiting relatives in tho West End this week. Mr. L. II. Hughes was in d on business, Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. NewInnU were in Dnnvillo Friday. Mr. J. S. Owsley wns in Lnncnstcr Fridny on business. Mr. J. 1 Wilkinson was in Fridny on business. Miss Snmnntha Ware, of MeKin-ne- y wns here Inst week. Mm. Kdgar Keynolds of MolCuv ney, was hero last week vhopping Miss Lena Heck, of McKinncy, wns in town shopping Mondny. Mr. Wesley Kmliry nttended the dnnce nt Hnrrodxbuig Fridny night. Mr. llroinley, of the firm of Fish nnd llroinley here was in Mt. Verk Iiich-mon- Mr. C. it. Oinwford, of Drfn ville, Stop and see the best corn planwns here Thursday on business. ter on the m'nrki'l. W. H. Higgin. Mr. J. E. Huck, of Gilbert's Creek wns in town Thursday. Th,. Hnstonvillo niho comes for n Mr. A. Fish is nt Mt. Vernon gnnic ngninst Stanford Wednesdny on business, for n few dnys. afternoon nt the grounds here. Mr. V. H. Hullock, of Lebanon, 5 See That FORD AUTOMOBILE in our window. For cntnrrh, osthmn, hawking, sniffling, breathe. Hyomel. It hns ended moTe cntnrrh misery than nil the catarrh specialists on earth. Outfit including inhaler fl. Separate bottles 00 cents G, L. Penny guarantees it. What kind of insurnnce do you' want? Fish & Bromley hnve it. 23-t- f The Junction City Lumber Company will sell chenper thnn usual for cnh, this jcar. Write them for prices nil kinds of building material, cement, lime, sand, Mock nnd poultry fence, etc. Junction City, Ky 22-3- p. Also Our NEW LINE of and Children. Ox- uit fords for Men, Women I QUEEN L CRESCENT Reduced fnres to Cincinnati and n Mis6ionry Exposition of interest to nil. Tickets on Sale March 11 to 13, inclusive; 18 to 20, inclusive, 25 to 27, inclusive nnd April 1 to 3, inclusive, good, returning, within four days including date of sale. Apply to nenrcst ticket agent, Queen & Crescent route, for fnll information. "Nubucks" Tans, Patents. Gun Met-als, Velvets, and Kids. I White Xu Bucks, Sntines, Gun Me-tnl- s. 8. pumps hnve the same in the and colonials. See them. They ate the newest in fashions. Sam one-how Tnn, Patents. Oxford. We Canipbbi'avillc. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Enpleinnn. "Si. Mr. C. V. (lentr antl'dntihter. Miss lYnrl Gentry nttended the burinl of Mrs. Elin Fnrris nt Lancaster, Friday. Mr. Thomas Orient, who hns been quite ill in Virginia where he is atis improving, nnd tending school, probably be nble to retuni will home soon. His mother is still with Mr. nnd Mr, ltiehnrd Hampton, of Lebanon Junction, nre hero with Mrs. Hampfriends and relntive-- . ton wilt have clinnio of the singing meeting thnt is to at be helil nt the Presbyterian church. Mr. E. R. Coleman, with the force of tho Iloxall Dnig went to Louisville tbe firt of the week where ho successfully pafeed n final examination before the State Hcvnrd of Phnnnney. Mr. nt Stanford Coleman will Mop ov-for n short visit to hi parents. He is expected home this evening Jlecord. ro him. If You Are Particular About Underwear and Hosiery Our Stock it the Place for You to be Pleased. We have looked at all the good line and settled on the best UNDERWEAR See Fish & Bromley about that In- Harry Broaddus, next door to surance policy today. It is better Mi-- s Mayme Ilninsev is visiting to be safe than sorry. They give Lo?t. Solid cold brooch brilliher brother, Mr. Uurdette Hnmsey nt you the kind that protect. ant sets, April "tb. Return to this I'aint Lick. 31-- 1. For Sale. Hnrvdomc harness office nnd receive rewnrd. Mrs. Lnyisa Martin hns returned home nfter a virit to relntives in mare, 4 years old, perfectly gentle. The Lincoln County Bible Society Phone 199, Lock Pox 2C8, W. P. hn8 on sale at J. L. Benzlcy's store Hnrrodsburg. 3liss Lonnie Goode hns returned Kincnid. the books' of the American Bible Sonfter n visit to her Tclntivs at ciety. They ore sold nt cost, and Protect your loved ones with n life are the cheapest Bibles in tho world, W. Ireland nttended the policy in the Old Northwestern. One Testaments Vrof. J. for five cents; TestaKnight Templar banquet nt Danville of the most liberal companies in the ment ond Psnlras thirty cents, lnrge 24-t- f. world. Fish & Bromley. last ThttTsdny night. print, Bibles for 38 cen'ts, nnd up. Mr. Ilnrry Stagg. of Knshville, is Large type for people of weak vision here with liis mother, Mrr. Jessie We have Just received from New Cnll and see them. Stngg, and sifters. York, some very fine Blue Serge Judge John X. Menefee, Jr., wns All persons having claims ngainst Suits, all wool, to sell at $10. These laid i last week with n sevvreare real bargains. Sam Robinson. the estate of J. I). Swope, deceased of tonsilitis nnd grip. He is are requested to file them with J. B. still far fromn well mnn. The Sunbeam Ilnnd f the Baptist Pnxton. properly verified. Those Me-sr- p. MilC. C. Williams M. J. indebted to tho eta'te will plenso ler, J. W. ltiehnrd. Judge Hethurum church will have an exchange at the ronil to me nt Mnrksbury. K.v. the Saturday nftVmoon from of Mt. Vernon Vcrc here n while Swope, 3- to 5. They will have cncnJy, cakes sums owing by them. D. S.31-3Monday. Administrator. Mesdames- - H. D. Carter, J. FCura-miu- s etc.. for sale. Everybody come and V. S. Ilenhnm. V. P. Kincnid help nnd encourage the children. tinveler, Lewis That world-wid- e nnd Mls Pearl Hampton were in F. Barrett, delivered several lectures For Sale or Exchange. My house Danvill,. Monday shoipiug. and at Eubanks last week. Mises Lettic Mny Mcltoberts nnd and lot near Depot, Rowland, Ky He isseimons inteiesting speaker, nnd n very 1 eight room hou?e plenty of water Kntlileen Walters, of Lnncnstcr good congregations. Mr. were here from Lancaster, Fridny, nt door good barn nnd out houses, attracted god repair with store in connection. W. II. llainin had charge of the muswith friends. ic nnd Mis Nell Tai'tnr presided at Hon. J. X. Saunders wns in Mt. I will sell this pioperty cheap or will the organ. Vernon Infrt week, looking nfter exchange for n small improved farm. or write some matter connected with the R. For information call on It is ordered bv the Lincoln Frank Cordier, Rowland, Ky. M. K. Flour Co., bankruptcy Countv Fiscal Court nt itl. Auril term, tljnt teams on county roads Rev. Rohert M. Hopkins from bo allowed as follows: For waeon Mises ,Ijan and Margaret Mount, and driver $2: for wh6 have been visiting relatives and Cincinnati will ho at the Turners-vill- e and two hor-e- s Chrhlinn church Sunday morn-in- u wagon and one hor-- o and river $1.23 friends here, have returned to their 21 for team horn m LnnensUr, Miss Annie Davis .'! P.Anril and nt 9M.r: nt Stanford at In all cnes the allowance George M. nt t B. include driver. nt McRoberts returned homo with them P. M. Anril 21. Tho Turncrsville mil Cooner. Clerk Lincoln County Court. to rpoml Saturday and Sundny. Hible School Rnllv will be chanced Alfred Pence returned home lnt tiom Ami! 11 to Anril 21 nt 9.43 A. Among the formal announcements M. Thursday night from nn extended made in this issue of tho I. J. that trip 'f several weeks in the West. of J. F. Hdd.ini for the democratic Houe and garden for rent, one nomination for Circuit Clerk before Ho went the southern route nnd returned the northern and hnd a great half wile from graded school on the primary to be held on August 3. trip, however he says that there is Danville pike one mile from court Mr. Holdain wns appointed by Judgo houe. Splendid cistern. Apply . Ilnrdin 1o tho office to fill tho vano place in the world like old 31-M. Goodnight. cancy till election, when Col. Josh Swope died. Ho served a term as Clerk previous fo the elction of Col. Swope nnd his friends say thnt he They mndo nn ndmirablo Tecord. say he deserves election for the unexpired term nn will do their best to ser thnt he wins it. Miss Sallie Uurdette hns returned 11. I can make your old straw hats look like new. Alro clean nnd press your clothes nicely. Give me a tiinl. The latest styles of the Shoe crea tion now on display. i after u visit to her aunt, Mrs. Young at Lawrcnceburg. E. Make your selection from a full stock of kinds and sizes. Cummins ; WMM Stanford, Kentucky SPECIAL EXCURSION nt-tn- cc p. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, APRIL 21st $1.50 Round Trip BBHBI $.50 Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. le. T.-t- That A iS-L- 2. jryjfoybnJ? ' aes8SfB3& -- house and lot or would sell 5 acres of best of lnnd with tho house. If not sold would rent it nil. This is a bargain laying outside of city limits on depot streetl Come at once. W. M. Mn-ha- n 29-3- p Lnncnster, Ky. Snle. One four-room For sure come will JjS&m sjrvssKesBssssflESQDl llrinnL " yf1 lPA wizW (fim IJIuBBS& O Q S jC 10c HOSIERY. ' 7 uruw Muco cotton blench vests Tnpo neck IOC, 15c to 25c and arms Lndiesvests' blench. tnpo neck nnd Best ribbed hose wo ever sold nt May Queen fine ribbed, fnst black hoso for misses nt 15c 1'ooks Uko 25 cout wois. Henr skin heavy hose, for boys 15c American Beauty liose for misses, Blnck, Tnn, White silk finish 25 25o Cadet hoso for children Ludies rcnl gnury, seo skipihoso 25c 25c Ladies' silk boot hose ...". Indies' silk boot good quality 50c nt Best 10 cent, hoso for infants ever "''le s "Little Lady." f y Long sleeve spring weight vests 25c Full length, kneo length or hie 25c trimmed, pants Luce trimmed uniim suits nt 25 and f. jj 2C .... O S O Sr Catarrh. Hall'a CaUrrb Cure la tbe only poaithe (feurrb cure now ktton to tbe rnrdlcal (raurnltv. a tooUtu btinu a tousUluttonal ukrafle. rruulrt tlunal tnatmrnt, Hall'a CaUrrb Cure b takru In ternally artioff Ulrrctly upnu trie bluou and ntuoour Ibe ur'erce of tbt lyatem. tbtrrby drttroytnit lourulatkm of tbe dlM1!. and giving tbe patient trrnstb by building up tbe conatituoun and aftftUt but nature In doing Itf work. Ibe proprktori bae ro raurh faltb In its curathe puwrra ibat tbry otlrr tine lluudrnl Dollars lor any case tbat It (alls to cure. Sriul tor list of testimonials AdrirrM V, J. CIlh.NKY 4 CO . Toledo, Sold by all Druggists. 7!. ake UaU t'aui' y 1'lUs tor constlpatir !R0O Reward, $100. Tbe r?drn cl tbb ptpcr will be pltwd to lttra that 'litre Is it Irut one ilrnulrd dbrue that Klroce bad tHvn able to cure la ail 1U aud tbat la itaea. true "aSm if you put money in the bank Yes! That home you think about buying, when have the price, need not be a dream lor long if you open a bank account. Even a dollar will start THAT. Economize on your expenditure and commence today herewhere we welcome just such ac counts as yours. We will help you. sssssB' d&f jJV a. 50C. Mutising union suits nt 50c and $1 Muslin gowns nt ..50c, 75c and $1 Muslin Drawers nt 25c, 50c and $1 Muslin Skirts nt50c, 75c, $1, $1.51 Muslin Priucess slips nt $1.50 and $2.25. 1.400 to loan on cood security. Writo Box 570. Stnnford. Kv. 30-t- f. you O J Q 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. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Deposits $71,593.85. w. M. Severance & Son lMtt!MWiKlliiZ( W.mvw 1Kb, mm, mm n -"- G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. l Mccarty, I. Pres. J. 0. J. EADS, S. RICE, V. Pres. SALIN, Cashier. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, J l.i, JUi &&&. A.',M,,i. f. vM.. juu. 'ifC-C- v'1 tMlpfpA M J St ' THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY, , job Basse -- g 5 GOOD WEATHER IS HERE jT2tXf T1 21 jfur l "jWm 'vTS. vfl Zl ' iVjL-FvKuK- f ifilWtikA t foBul ijf IffTlWf iu". X r 'irr! ' Vr frl Tnawjlrn. IvtjMkt lr i TrBaMrTMllri frit iV" I Buggies ever shown We are here with the largest line of hand-madin Danville, two of our leaders being shown above. e Our Buggies are in every detail and our prices are right. In order to accommodate the trade we have Geo. W. Davis, in a nice line of Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys and Runabouts of the following makes: Peters, Hickory and others. We make a specialty of carriage and auto repairing and painting. We solicit a portion of your business. high-grad- e Co-lmbu- s, . R. M. ARNOLD, J. C. McClary Big SPRING SUITING I My new spring and summer sam-- J pies are now ready for your inspec- THE FARMERS the market. I can suit anyone as to price who had his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready made clothes. " To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made when quality and fit is conUNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER sidered. Come in and let me take your measure. STANFORD KENTUCKY. Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. Danville, Ky. m fl &?j fc If You're Going to Buy Buggy this Spring See E. C. Pence's different styles and makes. Anything to siit the customer. Come and look. Fertilizer and ALL kinds of Farm Maj. Gen. Fred I). Grant, oldest Top boj;: were $7.85 nt CincinThe railroads will make no lower nati Tuesday. oiT of President Lr. S. Grant, died rates than - cents n mile to the presmil1 Iinxo 240 bnslit'U of German suddenly in New York Thursday. Posted Fred Handorf. idential conventions this ear. grown from south-cSeed Corn for Sale. M. S. Bur- let seed for sale; class seed. V. S. .seed; firt 29-- 3 ton, Mt. Saleiu, Ky. 31-Wigham, Moreland, Ky. For Sale. BetuU tobacco setter; Adam Pence lint bought George 27-t- f. good as new. P. L. Beck. II. Karris' handsome little Shetland Nice blue trass tarui, of 93 acres pony, pajing nn even f200 for hiiii. within two miles of Stanford for Auiiouucement wns madu Tuesday bale. Apply to Adolpb Von Grueni-ga- n. that the Cuiiibeilniid Telephone Com22-- t pany has taken oer tlieKast TennHcre-tiftJohn C. I'cpplcs bought the grey essee Complin V holdings. New hind hoi-hist comt day for all branches of the lnttcr will 7li iiml Inlifs (lint )i- - it u bar-zui- n. br r..iiatol Iindei tile liaUie of tile OUR foiuier. Senator R. L. Hubble bouulrt the LINE eelelnated Trnlor mure from Co!. OF SPRING Huft Dudderar court day. giving AND SUMMER SLIP$20(1 for her. The Senator nt first PERS IS NOW COMPLETE. tlioii!!li to e her for bieedins but li.is I'ouchuled to diic Iier to his IN PATENTS. VICIS. VELVETS bnauy n enr first. SATINS. TANS ETC. THE FAMOUS Farm for Bent. 70 acnes nil unMAY MANT0N LINE. BEST QUALITY AND RIGHT PRICES: der feme, 15 for cultivation, 35 timothy ueies in woods, 20 ncios in all will be Krnss besides the woods gins. 15 iic ie furnished tree to a uood mnn v ho v. ill take (nre of fence mid tnke of in Mock, collect monev nnd send t ne besides wood, nml pudeu and .'.tod land. Wiite me nt 718 Eat Fiemont St., IUooraiustoii, 111., Iho See us before ou sell, get .. ownei. Mis. Annie B. Sweeney. piiie in countiy or delivered. J 1. P. Arnold, tho popular stock PHONE 153. mncr uu home iniuiu in nos iiim He bought 15 bb.iuts from Walter Martin, ainr him fiom 5 I to (i 2 ieits a pound for them, and t.'ot h fiom Diik I locker ut the top figure. lie also sold to Mr. Hocker TUDOR, , a bunch of 10 nt C tenth. Mr. bonuht a fat rewire'ii K Snmi nt 4 cents n pound and .f 1 bonus on the bend. He sold n cow to C. P. lliiflmiin for butchering. ., . ( PUBLIC SALE SPRING OXFORDS. er u-- The Highest Market Price paid for Produce, kinds Hides and Furs. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Iy. 1-- H. B. Northcott T.K. Ar-i.o- ld Mr. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. I Old Fiddlers' Contest Stanford Opera House, April 16th All Old Fiddlers' Invited. .Admission 25c caster, nnd four miles east of Stanford, continuing two acres it ml' 15 polt--s of laud, plenty of water and fiuit, good house nnd out buildings If not sold it will be rented. Also old. woik one horse fl oii put him, one wagon and harness, one buggy nnd luimess, implements, also farming .mill! and kitchen furnitftje, r, consisting of one orgun, one also' lot of chahs, one bed, some carpet, one glass safe one one heating stove nid rook muny oilier things too numerous to mention. Snle begins at 9:30 A. M. PROF. J. DATSON, Gilberts Creek, Ky. offer at Public Sale on Saturday May 4. 1912, My homo near Duddeiar's mill on I)i ItVei, four miles south of LanI will Northern White Seed Oats Crushed Ear Corn Cotton Seed Meal Linseed Meal Hay, Straw v ' Salt and Coal. U n ' Jw nny-uhe- re i THERE IS REAL PAINT hou-eiol- Chif-foni'-- and nlso some stuff mixed with cheapening "materials that is not wot thy of the name. If you have had experience with the latter kind ou don't want anotherr If you haven't take our advice nnd don't Buy our real paints experiment. and save yourself disappointment and money as well. J. A. ALLEN. KMfvl. Ky. Prompt Delivery. J. H. Baughman A Co. 'Stanford, Kentucky. 4 il