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FRIDAY, AI'IUL 10, 1012 HUST0NVILLE Tho horsemen in tho WcU End fihov Saturday nttcrnoou at Hits-o- f tho county will have n horse show Saturday afternoon at Hits'' tonville. There nro tl number of splendid niiiinals iu this end of the county and u big crowd will undoubtedly bo out to see tlienw Popular Dou Drj'o will be Mii'ster of Ceremonies. Tho llitatonvillo A. M. C. Union Social will bo ut Mrs. Harnett's Friday nt 7:30 P. M. Itcv. Ilobcrt M. Hopkins, Nntional Sunday School Superintendent,' will address the Hustonvillo people nt the CuiLslian church next Sunday night. Ucv. W. S. Willis will preach at Willow Grove Sunday afternoon n( 3 o'clock. Jerry Adams and wife, Missc3 Mack Logan, Lucy Alcorn and Heedier Newborn mototed to Thursday to uttend the Presbyterian meeting. Miss Mary D. Kennedy, arrived Snturiluy from Stanford to make a short visit to her mint, Mrs. A. J. Adams. Miss Priscilla Nowbern has returned from a visit to Mrs. Joseph McKcowu, of Louisville. Mrs. Will Moreland visited friends here Thursday. Mr. Anderson Nunnclley wus here for a short time Friday. Mr. and .Mrs. It. M. Tute. Misses McCormaek nnd Mr. Julian Hiffe motored to Dix Hivcr fishing Thurs-dn- j. Har-rodsbu- rg TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. It TO THEE" As Great Steamer Sank. Carrying I.WI Souls Before Their Maker Story of The Disaster New York April 111. Tli0 Cuiiunl Liner Curpnthin, a ship of gloom ami succor, cnmo into New Yoj-last night, with first news direct front Uiq gient White Star Liucr Titanic which twiik off the Grand Hanks of New FuiiuiUuiiiI. early on Monday morning Inst. Tho grcnU liner went down with her baud Vlnyinir "Nenrer By God To Thee," taking with lur p. i1nilt nil hut 7X6 of her Inuiiaii cargo of 2,310 soul. The liit of prominent men missing sttinds. previously reported, and the total death list as brought to port tonight hy the Cnrparthiti in 2,C01. Survivor.Ko down. ' Ii in Hi,, lifeboat huddled in the darkness at a safe distance from tlie stricken ship and saw her - w ' Home maintain that a comparative calm prevailed; other hay that wild disorder broke, out, and that there wan a maniacal struggle for the life boats. That the liner struck m iceberg us leportcd by wireless, was confirmed by all. Sensational rumor tojd by passenger not give their names, snid that Captain .mittl hud killed himself on the Lridgo; that the chief engineer had taken his life, and Hint time Italians were shot in the struggle for the bonts. Thes,. minors could not be confirmed in the early confusion Attendant on the landing of the Iivk-terie- nl who-would from Mem to engine room lv the great mass of ice she truck amidships, the Titnnic's hide was laid oH'ii as if by n gigantic can-open- ltiied She quickly listed 'to thc star board, ami a shower of iev fell onto the forecastle deck. Shortly before who hank, she broke in two abaft the engine ro.im, and as she disappeared beneath the water, the expulsion of air caused two explosions, which were plainly heart! by the survivors adrift. IF To the survivors they to, the lust, mid their cries nnd means were pitiable. Top hogs weie 8.10 at Cincinnati Friday. A fceeno of iudcscrilihlc panic prevailed wheu the giant Titanic the iceberg Sunday night, thc flashes state. She wn.s almost rent Jisunder by the terrific impact with th,. iceberg. She went to the bottom with almost the entire crew nni' iienrly all of the male passengers. Captain Smith was the first officer who realized tint peril, but he did not believe that his boat, which h( expeeteil to pilot to glory on tj.iL., her maiden trip, was in danger of going down. As a precautionary measure, however, he instructed the wireless-- , operator to send out the .S. 0. S. call, the international signal of distress on the sea, mi that aid would be on hand if it came t" the worst. This was before the power failed, and the terrifying signal was .sent into the night nskinjr fur a Mstnncc. The operator had barely clicked his instrument for the final letter of his message when the water flooded thc dynamo room. lie turned to his accumulator bd which was weak, and spluttering incs.-tig- c were sent out, but they Mere incapable of carrying" a greater di!itiH' thiui a hundred mile. Thc first S. 0. S. cull was picked tip l) the Carpathia, which headed Jit once for the seen,, of the disaster. The Titanic had gone down hcfoic fchc reached the spot, but numerous pieces of wreckage told the story of whiil had happened. A number of bodies wore seen floating about in tho ice field. They evidently thoe i who had were nought refuge on the floating cake.-- , of ice or in clinging to the pieces of , wreckage '1'!;,, cold mid they pcrUheil while the Carpathia ami n number of other liners were rushing to their aid. No attempt was made to lecover the ovr-irain-e tli.-iii- more and the Titanic had cone to her doom, with the fated hundreds grouped .tn the ufter-decA moment k. wen-visibl- e cautiously made her wny through the dangerous ice fluids, picking up boat loud after boat load of frenzied women and children. Mnny of the women were rendered temporarily iuntio by tlrcir harrowing experience. Captain E. J. Smith commanding the Titanic was Inst rccii by the suivivors standing on the bridge with jucgn phone in hand. Wireless Open. rator Phillips did not leave his . S. Ilridc, the second wireless operator cut the Titanic) wus was placed in one; of tho boats and is on thc Carpathia. It is believed that Phillips when ho realized tho ship's doom, ciiielled Bride to leave, the station nnd iiialc bis tucnp. Thc mirvivors, only a few of whom are able tn give connected accounts of what hnppcncd hefoTc they put off in thc life boats, pay high tribute to th,. conduct of Captain Smith and his crew mid to thc men among the passengers. Definite information has been received thnt the Titantie wn proceeding at a speed of nbiAit ten knots. le abounded on all sides and Captain Smith was cautiously feeling his wny through the floating cakes. There wntf a thin, haze which added greatly to the danger. Thi iceberg was not sighted un' the Titanic wiis dead upon it. Captain Smith signaled for the engines to stop hut it was loo late. How on, the epieen of the seas hs-- to her fate. The gigantic mass of ice pushed ahead with irresistible force. The Titantie buckled up. Passengers who had retired were flung from their belt lis by the terrific force, nnd hever.il were killed. Windows were shattered and ornaments were ripped from the walls. The rush of Iho (on ruin of water could be plainly heard. Suddenly the lights went out as the water flooded the dynamo room, and the sinking ship was plunged into darkness. A large number of the crew, peacefully sleeping in the forecastle head, were instantly crushed to death. Hut how inanv crishcd in this manner is n hecret of th sea. Mute than 100 were kiilled by the impact and the ripping open of tho vessel. Among the piomineiit men lost, spVernl of them millionaires Were Isidor Strain, Jnhn Jacobs Astos, llenjnmiii Guggenheim, Major Hutt and President Hays, of the Grand Trunk railroad, and William T. Stead, the great English writer. slit-lio- ADAIR DEMOCRATS ARE FOR HARVEY HELM PYTHIANS TO GIVE BIG MINSTREL SHOW REV. LOGAN PREACHING POWERFUL SERMONS Clear, Forcible Presentation of "Real Thlnq" in Rellqion at Presbyter-Ia- n Services The scries of special services now being held in thc Presbyterian church is calculated to bo of much profit to all who attend thc meetings. Tho preuching by the Itov. a. M. Logan, of Wilmore, is of earnest practical sort thnt commends itself to tho conscience of all thoughtful poisons irrespective of denominational connection. It is a clcur, forcible presentation of thn "real thini;" in religion. Thc preacher shows Jesus, Christ not only as Ho is revealed in the New Testament but as He desires to be rcveuled iu the lives of "Ilis people. The hearers como uway from tho services not merely grateful to tho pieaehcr, but with larger thoughts of God nnd n clearer vision-oduty and responsibility beeaiuo of nn cnlnrged view of His truth and love. At the evening service on Monday Mr. Logan discussed in a strong, A Prominent Attorney There Writes "Gcorqla Cotton Pickers" To Be That 90 Per Cent. Favor Re- Presented By Local Lodqe At - Opera House April Nomination of Lincoln Man. 25. Hon. R. L. Campbell, a prominent nnd well known uttoriujy of Ad.nr county, writes tho Intel ior Journal thnt the democrats of th.it nevr addition to tho Eighth distm-- t urc almost solidly for thc raioiiimiilinii of tho big congressand man, who has so ably represented this distrnt for thc past three terms In the course of an interesting uud appreciated letter io this paper, ho says. "Let mo sny right here that Mr.' Helm could not have been more impressed with tho citizenship of his newly acquired territory than the people of Adair county nrc Congressman. I with their new havo talked with leading men from different sections of the county and if there is anything in tho signs of tho times, Mr. Helm will poll 00 per cent of thc Democratic vote of Adair county ft thc coining Primary, regit idlcss of who may oppose him. "Adair county was once one of tho banner democratic counties of thc State, but for the Inst decado it has been so hoiielcssly buried in republicanism that its "dcmocnicy has graduallv declined, until of Into years' the republicans have been claiming the county by about three hundred votes. Wo have repeatedly asked to be transferred to solne democratic district, but the Congressman who held sway in these c'istricts seemed to he uftaid of us, ti tt ji niniit' flu tn si nm; n Irtinf iiiiu iiiiiiij ivtiiitii a ii j U'lirii iiiiuvs on thc verge of despair, and some of I them hoping to gain thc favor of the majority, actually joined the ranks ( jot the enemy. Hut in the Inst race .we succeeded in electing the county 'attorney and the county clerk. Then in the lust State election our coun- tymiiu, James Garnelt, succeeded in winning tho office of attorney general. Hope began to revive in the breast of democracy and when wc asked for admittance into the Eighth district. Harvey Helm gladly welcomed us. And thus wc are again set free. And let me say right here that it would be very ungrateful (and by the way Adair county democrats are not of that kind of material) if we should fail to lend our assistance in the nomination uf Mr. Helm to succeed liim-e- lt' n't thc coming primary. Personally, am for him legurdles-- , of who may oppose ' him. I speak a word for him at every opportunity and although no loiator, I would attempt to make a speech in his behalf at every stilre in the county before August it I thought it necessary in order to secure a solid liueupfor him at the primary. "I find t hut theie tire also some republicans iu the comity who were glad to exchange Congressmen. I was talking with one the other iLiy jniui he told me thfH he wus well pleased with the clmugc and tjmt lie could find no fault whatever with Mr. Helm. He said that be was foitv years old and had never voted for n democrat iu his lif hut that if called upon to make a choice between Mr. Helm ami Caleb Powers he mo- -t would certainly select Mr. of Pythias of Stanford arranged for the evening of April 2oth for thc presentation of the ''Georgia Cotton Pickers" in an evening's rrogrnm of old time minstrelsy consisting of tho very latest bongs, funny sayings, monologues, etc., using locnl talent in it entirely, mid first class performance is assured. As this is a benefit for the local order conic out and help the hoys.. Admission 3o Tho Diadem Lodge No. 81, Knights fa ..,. -- nnd ft'J cents. Watch for entire program in next issue. The nvcrngc American man or woman sees enough of the broken home nnd uiiynipulos "villain in every day life without going to the theatre nut! paying for the chance of seeing it reproduced its n mode of entertainment. All, evening at tho theatre to witness such a play docs not refresh tho energy .nml after nil, it is not what the public wants when attending the theatre. They want to be amii.-cin nn artistic manner. ThP original Georgia Cotton PickerP was written for that purpose and satisfied the desire for light entertainment entirely. If you can't laugh don't come. Will be seen nt locnl Opera House on Thursday night, April 2i. Henefit Diadem Lodge No. 81. K. of P. WILL LOVE ACQUITTED Of Chame of Sellinq Drink of Whisky to Mack Bright. in the police court this acquitted Will Love of the charge of selling n drink of whisky to .Mack Miight, both being colored. Mack was arrested for being drunk and wheu hailed before Judge Mene-fe- e at first said that n white man When hud given him thc drink. confronted with the possibility of a heavy fine, he said ho would tell from whom he bought it, if the Judge would let him off light. He was assessed only 0 and then said that he bad bought the whisky from Hill Love. There was considerable conflict of testimony 41s to Hright's being with Love at the time that he claimed to have bought the whisky and the jury found Love not guilty. Jesse Love was put to work on th streets for 'JO days, for hopping on a train; Daisy Burnett got 30 denting a disturbance at thc depot, days and Ernest Mrown 30 clays for A week : f tf At jury J Miss Cora Nunnelley, of the PeyWell section, was here Mon-da- y shopping. Miss June Olmstead, of Louisville, is the fcuest of Rev and Mrs. Surles. Messr3 A. J. Adams and wife nnd children motored to Stanford Sunday afternoon. Miss Ella Power visited Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Dodd last week. Mr. J. IJ. Hiffe is in Louisville, this week. Miss Pnttie Dryc. of ML Sterling, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. D. Hocker. Dr. 0. S. Williams has returned from Louisville, where he his old machine and bought n 1913 mod ton's' el. Lancaster Mrs. Henley V. Muslin, gave an elaborate biitlnlay dinner to a number of i datives. Capt. Win. HcTiidou wns called to Lexington by the critical illness and death of his brother, Mr. Henry Clay Heri.tloii. The decivised wus (JO years old and was Division Deputy Collector with hcndiiiurtcra in Lexington. He is survived by u widow and one brother, Captain H'orndou of this city. Vul Cook, the d son of W. 1. Cook, met with quite a painful accident recently. While, playing with a leather strap he hit. luiusclt' in the mouth tearing a slit It .was necessary to in his cheek. call in a physician and have the Hound dicsscd immediately. The trustees of the Lancaster graded school have awaided thc contiact to Messrs. C. A. and A. E. Webber, cxpeit aichitects of Cincinnati, for the ejection of a huud-sou.SIO.OOO school building. Mis. Koberi Price, ugo 4ti years, died at lliickiey in this county of a complication ot diseases, Hesides her husband she leaves )" children. Another little preacher has been mined to the happy household of ltcv and .Mrs. U. P. Hush. The sprightly littlu .fellow litis been chiistcned elcvcn-ycar-olie 1 week. iji Miss Edna Cnmnitz hns nnnendi- eitis. Mrs. Francis Cnbbcll is very ill. Itcv. C. It. Blnin Attended he Presbytery nt Hnrrodsbim.'. last vigorous way the vital theme "Know-- 1 ing God". He took his text from the book Jeremiah 9: 23-2bringing out the great thought that God's plan nnd puipose alike for tho individual ns for the nation, is that each shall find Him, and failing iu realizing that purpose iu one's life is to fail with regard to the main thing. To know God is the glory of life. On Tuesday and Wednesday at the afternoon services, those present enjoyed two most helpful and deeply spiritual discussions of Paul's teaching with regard to the responsibility thnt rests on the church ns a whole for the work of ministering to the needs of the community and of building up the spiritual life of the people. It is regretable that only a small part of the church membership was present to hear these two powerful appeals. The service on Tuesday night was a triumpet call of gratitude to God. "Think nnd Thank" was the keynote. The thoughtful are always the thankful. The Wednesday night service was' more lnrgely attended. Mr. Logan gave n clear presentation of Christ ns thc one nnd only mediator between God and mnn nnd made a strong appeal to his hearers to accept Christ as a personal iavior. 4, ,- cro-.-ro- ad good. A largo crowd is expected to 21. wns here his new Ford machine. Jir. nnit .Mrs. Shndoan. of More- land, were here shopping Monday afternoon. Mr. 0. M. Givens is tin from Itrnil- fordsville for a few dnvs. Miss Elizabeth Hogle came down TURNERSVILLE from Lexington Thur?dav. for n short, visit to the Misses Hogles The farmers of this community here. Misq Stella Sweeney, n retimicii tiro making hay while, the sun shines Some who had about become dis- missionary, will address the C. W. R. couraged, have gone to work, be- M. Auxiliary Tuelay afternoon nt lieving that it's never to late to do the Christian church. " at- Jesse Herrin.'of Liberty, R- -R R RATST 68 Rodents Killed In Corn Crib on S. H. Bauqhman's Place Will Wearen nnd Tom Rainey killOS rats which came out of the corn crib on the farm of S. H. Hatighniau erfrly this week. They hud u regular "rat killing' time for about fifteen minutes. The corn in the crib had got ten low, and ns quite n number of largo rodents were often seen outside, thev determined to go after them. The remainder of the corn was removed, and they got after Uie colony with sticks About forty were killed as they tried to get out of the crib, and the others weie slain while trying to hide iu weeds and fence corners. And a number scaped. Some of the ro' to have been utmost cuts were ns hirgc r... cats, and nmong them were n number of old gray bearded ed tend a special rally at the Tiiruers-vill- e Sumlnv school Thursday April Mrs. Mollie Martin, of Stanford, is visiting .Mr. uud Mrs. W. II. Mur-- acic. tic to. PAINT LICK. .rim Rhodes has sold bis farm of CO iii'iei to Will Noe for ij.,30 per Mi's. Silllie MeConnaek lm snlil her farm of 102 acres for $120 per . 1 -- Helm. phy. iA' a. ishcltnu Hush. Mr. Am Christopher died tit his home at Itueiia Vista after a general decline, age 7U vcan.. llu wan -- lor miiii.v years it faithful member of the .Methodist chinch. One daughter and two sous survive him. The remains were taken to lturgiu for in terment'. Dr. W. E. Hai'tou, of Chicago was with Ins sister .Mrs. George M. Patterson Fiiday and Saturday. .Miss Minnie Mrown is at home from a leeu , ' " .bodies With thc final realization that his flplcndid craft was doomed, Captain Smith ordered the life boats lowered. His orders were obeyed with ami the women and children were lowered. The life boats were nicked and swayed by tho wind and rolling of the big boat, and great difficulty was experienced in getting the women aboard without mishap. There was a gathering in the grand salon oh Sunday night attended by men nnd women of the first cabin in evening clothes. It was a gala night on board the great liner. Jinny of the women were lowered into tlin lifeboats in their evening gowns which afforded but scant protection from the chill winds nnd nla-t-rity visit toMisscs Josephine uud Kntn. It. li. irauhv in Hughes and little daughter .Margaret Hughes, of Louisville, have Elkiu been yuests of Lancaster relatives. Mrs. Snllic Lawsuit uud sou (icorgo ae in Lexington visiting Mrs Herbert (iiilley. Miss Eiliiu Itice, of Richmond has been with Misses .Mi.-- s Lucy and Tommiu Francis. Annie 'Davis MclMiorts, of Stanford, is vishing her coiuius the Misses Mount. F, It. Murksbury is milking a business stay in Chicago. Miss Ella Thompson, of Danville, is the cuest of Miss Halliu Mrown. 'Mi ami Mrs. 0. T. Dennis, of Nicho- lusville, were recent visitors ot Air. and Mii. AlexWest. Mis Addie Arnold is visiting her hjjter, Mrs. lV'iiJCing in Hoyle. Miss Margaret water. Quided only by tho eric of tho llocker has returned to her home in 1jsressed survivors, the Carpathia Stanford. "As nbove hnid, the republicans now claim Adair county by about thiee hundred votes, hut unless there is a very radical change between now and thc election I believe that Mr. Helm will carry the county. And if Ttifl is nominated by the republicans for President. I hclieye that the Democrats will carry the county b an old time majority. And now that we are out of the grip of the republican giant, I trust that we may soon iccuperate and come tojiurold I wish tn hereby time st length. tlitiuk Mr. Helm, uud the Senators and Keprp-pntatiof the last legislature for coming to our rescue, nml to assure them thnt the democracy of Adair county will always remember them for their kindness. "And now that, we have won a very .signal victory in securing this change if our neighbors of the with Eighth District will us, I helieve we can soon rout the enemy for good nnd thus permanent-l.- v hold the territory y have captured, since it was orgiually our own." ve TO LINCOLN DEMOCRATS j ' friends, that, present conditions I will be u candidate for tho Democratic nomination for' Representative from Lincoln coiiuly iu tho legislature before the demo- emtio irriumry which will bo held tho first Saturday in August, It'lJ. S11ELTON M. SAUFLEY. Thomas M. Owsley formoily of Stanfoid,wns elected chairman of 'tho Taft Republican county committee of Fayette county. Dr. Arthur Yager has withdrawn his resignation as president of Georgetown College. As I have .told muny of my friends privately during the past few months I now wish to state 'publicly to my Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Watd, of Sanficld & Patrick have sold their Lexington, nru .visiting Mr. Men farm of nbout 1C0 ticres to ri-.iOoode. Hourv of Whitley county for $Ju pel Mis-- . Georgia Johusoil of Stnu-nfr- d note. wns here Monday. Peoples Hank is having so:r.t .Mr. and Mrs. II. W. MoWhorter. on the fixtures. The damage spent Sunday with their daughter, was done by the fire some time ago. Mis. Gad berry near Kidd's Store. The merchants beve new gjods Mis. J. K. Itout visited relatives and the liu'Ics ait. enjoying the ill. -at Hustouville Friday and was ac- piny. Paint Hick can boast of havcompanied home by Miss Mtirtha ing three milliners and the ladies can Tucker. bo pleased with any knid of headMessrs. Joe Will Itout uud Will gear they may wish. Neal, were here Thursday 011 their The two school districts of Madi way to St uiford. son mid Garrard are nmki'ig enMr. Arnold Foreman, of Greens- deavors with tho aid ami boro, N. C was the guest of .Mr. of the two county Hrytiu Hradshaw Inst week and and the two educational lumnls while here visited his best, girl at of thr two counties to consolidate Htis'toiiville. the the cJstricts iuio one i d IniUl The church at Turner.sville is n suitable school building. Wo hope deeply grieved to leuru f the death this 11. .iy l,v doiiv. W(. tlieii call Ic.r. o of Mi-.--. Brooks, oil Ladoga, Inil. Itev n good guided school of two d Hiooks preached his first sermon at or wore. this church several years ago. Much Good school and good ruiiib- am sympathy is felt for the bereaved t'i" needs of edd Kentucky. husband. Mr-- . 0. W. Kogev is not improvJuices Dobhs was knocked from ing any. alley by a ti bridi"- - near Sloan's Mrs. Warner Hudson, of King's Q. & (".. train and instantly killed. is visiting Mrs. G. .Mountain Ii Lis packet he carrt-i- i a umri'-jK'oger. Iiceiisc.v.how'ig that h was to have been married the day following. - "t'f ow Moiriston Breckinridge, the only One of the best points in favor of sou of the Hon. Itobert J. Mrcckin-ridg- e, died ut his home iu Danville Foley Kidney Pills is the comfort last week of tuberculosis after a nnd elicf they givo to elderly peolong illness. Besides his father nnd ple. Mrs. It. 1). McGee 301 East 0th mother he is survived by his wife. St., Owensboro, Ky., Is iu her 78 year uud says: "I heard of Foley Congressman Ollic M. James has Kidney Pills and began taking them, replied to a letter sent him by Judge and they commenced to act at once, linger, Wilson's campaign malinger my kidneys and bladder iu Kentucky, and declares he favors nnd y a presidential primary as does Speak troubles nro all gone." Shugars and T or Clark, for whoso candidacy ho Tanner. stands. As there is no presidential iirimury law in Kentucky, it would 'll.c State Hoard i Eiiualiitition cost about $40,000, so there'll be no t.v. accepttvl Lineo'n couuty'v primary. as mtulo thU year. -rk --liun-tlv1 V graudsires. Rats! re-m- iti the guest of,her mother, Mrs. Taylor at Eubiinks, stinted on her ie- turn home Sunday, in Montnuu. Mr. mid Mrs. E. L. .Gooeh who have been visiting ut Crab Orclipul. wilt EUBANKS. people are making garden mound here, when they get tho ground dry long enough. The rain is making the grass grow fine now. The good news now is that we will have a pike through here. Now I guess We won't have to wade through mud then.' Mrs. Bertha Young, who has been The ' ' i tl tiro, 'iiltord tilled his appoint ment Saturday nml Sunday nights. tils appointments are 2nd mid 4tti Sundays. Mr. uud Mrs. Myers rcturuedi home from their visit iu Ohio a few days ngo. They said they hud .1 tine visit and liked tho country fine. MULLENX YOUNG return home y. Miss Susan Mull?ux unci Mi. Lit- eien Young, of Jumbo section, weye married at the court house, lues-daApril IB, by Supt. Singleton. They wilj make their future home ut Jumbo. y. POPULAR AUTO MAN HERE. from the J. M. Wukefiold Studebaker Corporation, Louisville Branch, was in town this week showing tho E. M F. "30" nnd Flanders "20" cars. Tlic, Danville Ice A: Coal Co., have the agency or Lincoln county mid Haselden Hros., of Lincutder rqirescirt th'u lino 'of cars, in Garrard. Mr Wakufk-h- l is n here haying traveled this state for 5 yea'rs, Mr. well-know31-2- p. :n r u- - y-- r "- - spsKs'-'jgj- ?, p Htf 4 A Hr-- r T r , -- Sri-" - ';;jf-iJv- v THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. RALLY TO HIM (Anderson Xcws) (No. 41750.) to send nn nppcal to Vol. 1" A. T. II. It., bred by Euevery gallant old Confederate sol Georgetown, Ky. Ash dier in the 13th judicial district to gene Ituctcor, ilerno- - land llrook was Ion led JU(U, solid frit., fni tltnt ttilfmlnt vmint r t - vt- i rrnt V. S. lliirch, for; Common - liny with left hind foot white, 15 wealth's Attorney of that district in 1 hands high. the primary Auir. 1, 1U12. Cripple I'JilJlOltUK. Pirctl by 'Silent IV, UK, "9 TpIU nowjicKone rvasAnaii,.,.,,." I8 .inrL. ., .l,,.. " '"'"-- "'" Brook,i .No. U........- rccor. a:io . mmv for. . --I Bithnit. ROBERTS her What Saved Her From tinm to go out m the interest of the ..4 Btl, g,.,,, 3i 2:I7J: Lady ' i JLLUSTfiATOiS Out Mr, Jamleson was sure of .his . ,1,:An Operation. BIbr..(.. 2:17 I Jannl. Brook, ground. Elliott Stone B r ,.- - r..i it,.. (4) i.. i....i :. .i,- - ...t 'The quarrel. I believe," he per- UnocrSandu9kv.Ohio.-,,ThreovPftBlsted. "was about Mr. Armstrong's, cour- - Laily Brook. 2:30 and Running Brook friends loval to heart : M CCPMcrrpca 6r 1 conduct to you. Mils Gertrude. He,neo I was married and went to house - aseous ns Julius Caesar; his life is 2:30. Silent Crook UV Darknlght, No . bad been paying you unwelcome at 8YN0PSI3. I was not open and ou can unfold the lcaes 2858, tho fire of teiirclilirlit J:0J keeping. please tell me all you know. Believe me, things nlways come out. In the tcntlons." feellntr well and ,.f the hook thnt it u written upooii.i. Hr.,.iiii!?ht. :0S 4 nnd Vnlnn. -- ....4 Jnn I bad never seen the man! And CHArTFn drajr tid not n line, n fMlnble, or a com- - .. . ijriIMi:ht Oii bBBSBBSBySVBBBBS: could hardly first place, Mr. Armstrong was shot sired by Alejono When she nodded a "yes" I saw the Catalan of Orrtrude and Halsey, flunnjr-l. .Miu 'Hia, Din Tuiai would rcau democratic v.. j ! . hfidquartrrj nt ...j-.- .. from above. The bullet was fired at ''''7. Ashland tremendous' possibilities Involved. If Amldtt numerous difficulties th m... close range, entered below the shoul.. , , Jle ncer Hides Pemntl Wiq uoor or rvanu deserted. As Mini Inna locked ' " )J"n0 t... ., bock up for the right, the whs startled by a. der and camo out, after passing this dctectlvd, could prove that Gerltv? '''V" causes tho curiam of public hlV' dark fliure on the veranda. sides ached. had 10ll t0 dlsclose nnv nct o bw fromjlml through the heart, well down tho trude feared and disliked the mur- t dered man. and that Mr. Armstrone CHArTEU It. She pasted a terrible hnrlr Tn nth- - wCTd -I bcllCTC . criticism, but nlwnys in the me ire or Jonn it. wmcn waa ntiea witn nnsemly g 5''Br"Ty had been annoying and possibly lybad.aml Ashlond Wilkes In the morning Mm Znnea found murderer stood on the stairs and fired amj as b o ft8 true yaj,,. Tl,ier 2M noii. her with hateful attention;, all strange tin, eun button to a elothea down. In tho second place, I found Wilkes 1740, he by hamper. on the edge of the billiard table a that, added to Gertrude's confession ,Kalian, r, Confederate . oldW Kind by lied eccond dnm, Lido iienuacun, wo, nnu .. . v.. ..WH..... ,), .... .. .,.! (icorge ilkco, .. ...V of her presence in the billiard room ...I. and Italtey charred cigar which had burned Itself CHAITnn became almost a ncr- - t wan Arrived with Jack Ilalley. The hou L at the time of the crime, looked J vous wreck. My doc thc soil of the land of the free .and Lilly, by Pretender, H53, 3d darn wakened bjr a revolver shot. A stranre partly out, and a cigarette which bad strango, to say the least. The promi tor told me to tto to a hospital. I did home of the brave. Stand behind by Jim .Monroe 835. man was found ahot to death. In the halL consumed Itself to the cork tip. Neithnence of the family assured a strenu - ' not like that idea verv well. ao. hen I him . solidly ii thc carnct wish CHAPTER IV.- -lt proved to be the er one had been more than lighted, Note. Ashland llrook is n handbody of Arnold Armstrong, whose bankput down and forgotten. Have ous effort to find the murderer, and If 'saw your advertisement in a parr, I (of the 'ditor of the News io ever some horc with lota of HubMnnco er father owned the country house. Miss then riiiuiT in uuu uiHinci nnd v.c Innes found Halter's revolver on the you any idea what it was that made we had nothing worse to look forward wrote to you for advice, and have done as iiniit'iu-niisure in offering to the lawn, lie and Jack Bailey had to, we wero sure of a distasteful pub- - you told me. I have taken Lydia E. no well nn cery con of a ConfederThe link cuS button mysterious-j- y your nephew and Mr. Bailey leave 'lclt3r' public the service of him that there I Vegetable Compound and ate soldier and every nephew. Pinkham's disappeared. their cigars nnd their game, take out note-booMr. Kcincmber how thi gallant uiinc nre cry few his equal, for he has Liver Pills, and now I have my health, the automobile without calling the with a Jamleson shut his CHAPTER V. snap and thanked us. if .icv end alllne women would onlv man battled for Judce M. C. Sattf- - nlready proven himself to be a chauffeur, and"all that at let me see "I havo an Idea," he said, apropos know enough to take your medicine.thejr ley, nn old Confederate, for certainly beore three o'clock In the breeder unurpnsed. for he i n siro Gertrude's Engagement. nothing at all, "that at any rate tho would 'ciiit judpc in 1003, when he was "up of the kind of hore the public arc morning?" At ten o'clock the Casanova hack - BERY, Route C, Box 18, Upper Sandusky, ngaiiiht" n combination in hi dis- looking for todny. His colts all hovo "I don't know," I said, "but depend ghost Is laid here. Whatever the rap brought up three men. They Intropings have been and the colored man Ohio. trict thnt defeated him by mcnn duced themselves as tho coroner of on it, Mr. Jamleson. Halsey will be says they began when tho family went If you have mysterious pains, Irregu- - unfair, but thw hobbling, crippled, good color and have that nice way the county and two detectives from back himself to explain everything." "I sincerely hope so," he said. "Miss west three months ago they are like- - larity, backache, extreme nervousness untiring friend flood every tivst n of gmg with the 'peed of trotter?. the city. The coroner led the way at ly to stop now." inflammation, ulceration or displace- the looli of ft fino true ng thc needle to the pole. If They nil once to the locked wing, and with the Innes, has It occurred to you that Mr. Which shows how much he knew ment, don't wait too long, but try Lydia Bailey fact they meet with might know something of Middle hor-- e ou low . n true democrat, one wl' aid of one of the detectives examined E DinbViatn'a VnrvalnttlA PtmtwMnil siAtl I -at.A , i mauaiii a f ircuiutc uiuutm tiun . auuui lu Tk. fcliUSl Mas UOl l.Ja tur !... lulu few defeat-- , in the show nng. They . the rooms and the body. The other this?" ' ' Pinkham's Gertrude had come downstairs and with ,.tho murder of ,,.Arnold Armstrong ' For thirty years .Lydia E. fr.,m CUCC, 1B1T to InCBIl Mill fOC, HCJ! detective, after a short scrutiny of the have perfect timnner. , !,- m.,L If .r. ..1. m.l. nn,V i.Vir.l.l.Lrnxim.l dead man, busied himself with the Just as he spoke she came In. I saw vlcor. lx,or Vot? f,,r V ? ,!"Mh- - We Hrook will make the present season , and herbs, has been the standard remedy outside of the house. It was only aft- her top suddenly, as if she had been hold his opponent, Judge K. V. Pur nt $15 to insure n living colt. Mr. Jamleson left then, and when toT female ills, and such unquestionabla struck. er they had got a fair Idea of things year, of Danville, in the highest "He docs not," she said In a tone Gertrude had gone upstairs, as she did testimony as the above proves the value as they were that they sent for me. He is n good lawyer, n that was not her own. "Mr. Bailey and at once, I sat and thought over what ot this famous remedy and should give I received them in the living room, to The manner born and ray brother know nothing of this. I had Just heard. Her engagement, every one commence. No. 2550. and I had made up my mind exactly The murder was committed would make a. capable official for at three. once so engrossing a matter, paled what to tell. I had taken the house They left Vol. 0, A. S. II. tt. King Eagle i thc district, but the editor of the now beside the significance of her DAM A CERTAINTY the bouse at a quarter befor the summer, I said, while the ArmNews would b ungrateful if he did 10 hands high, dark bay with flowing story. If Halsey and Jack Bailey had strongs were in California. In spite fore three."you "How do know that?" Mr. JamCapitalists Project $3,000,000 Plant not lend a helping word to one that inane and tail, goes all the gaita of a rumor among the servants about he calls a true fnend and one thnt with plenty of speed, style nnd acstrange noises I cited Thomas noth- leson asked oddly. "Do you know at On Dix River. for narly 15 years ho fought side tion. time ing had occurred the first two eights. what do," they left?" by side with in the democratic ranks "I Gertrude answered firmly. Pedigree Sired by Koyal King On the third sight I believed that "At a quarter old Lincoln count v. before three my brother The Dix liUer Power Company, of ITa hnt. some one had been In the house; I he by liu iiitliliAnl AnoiniAe i 2555 he bv On Tune, and Mr. Bailey left the house, by the which has been under discussion for had hesrd a crashing sound, but be- main entrance. be- - ' Stonewall Jackson ,2, Hoynl King I was there." ing alone with one maid had sot inseveral years among a number of 30 hnc wc. nnd wc love him Mountz, 35S4, was "Gertrude," I said excitedly, "you vestigated. The house had been are capitalists nnd engineers of this and entire he ha; them nnd wc nre truly first dam Mollie Cnbbell's Lexingdreaming! Why, at a quarter to proud of ours. Just as certain ns by the noted sire locked in the morning and apparentother States, has been organized three" ill Hurch ton F. S. King Kngle's first dam Hip ly undisturbed. under the leadership of Heprefrci.-tativ- e death and taxes coin? "Listen," she Bald. "At half-pas- t sweep everything before him for 3570, she by Eagle llird 1014, he by Then, as clearly as I could, I related two the downstairs telephone rang. I L. B. llcrnngton, of It. Old King F.nglc, 750, second dam how, the sight before, a shot had had not gone to sleep, Kv., and it is proposed to Commonwealth's Attorney. and I it roused us; that my niece and I had Then I heard Halsey answerheardand by Ked Lion 3rd dnm by Harris' Denj'enernte 'JO.uOO horsepower a day it, RELIEVE YOUR STOMACH Investigated and found a body; that I in a few minutes he came upstairs and and run transmission hucsMo Louismark, he by Miller's Denmark, 45, did not know who the murdered man knocked at my door. We we talked ville; Lexington ami other Kentucky fourth dnin by Jim.Ucll (thorough-bred- .) was cntil Mr. Jarvls from the club for a minute, then I put on my dresstowns and possibly to Cincinnati. We Will Help You Do It. Hear Our Informed me, and that I knew of no ing gown and slippers, and went downGuarantee. Articles of incorporation were signNote. King Eagle is a combined reason why Mr. Arnold Armstrone stairs with him. Mr. Bailey was in ed Friday nt n meeting nt the Phoestallion, u breeder of combined horhouldseal Into his father's house at the billiard room. We we all talked Dyspepsia may be completely nix Hotel, Lexington, but hnve not night. I should have been glad to al- together for perhaps ten minutes. jet beeji filed. Tho officers are: eradicated if properly treated. Wc ses his colls nil have good colors, low him entree there at any time. Then it was decided that that they L. li. Iiernngton, of sell n remedy thnt we positncly with sue, high style and action. Ho President, "Have you reason to believe, Miss should both go away " guarantte will completely relieve in- is also a sire of thc most looked for Kichmond: secretary, Harvey Innes," the coroner asked, "that any "Can't you be more explicit?" Mr. Itiehmoud; treasurer, Bethel digestion or dyspepsia, or the medi- horse today; that is tho plantation member of your household, imagining Jamleson asked. "Why did they go Vecch, president of the United cine used during the trial will cost horse. They nil hnve n nice running Mr. Armstrong was a burgalr, shot away?" States Trust Company, of Louisville the user nothing. walk and their canter is perfect. Ilii blm in "I am only telling you what hapMr. Vcech is to have charge of the This remedy has been named Ites-a- ll get are in demand And n'mays bring "The Quarrel, I Believe." "I have no reason for thinking so," pened, not why it happened," she said Dyspepsia Tablets. Certainly no thc highest prices. King Eag1u will financing of the concern, which is evenly. "Halsey went for the car, left before the crime, how came I Bald quietly. offer could be more fair, and our make thc present season nt the low to cos approximately $3,000,000. "Tour theory Is that Mr. Armstrong and instead of bringing it to the house revolver In the tulip bed? What Messrs. HVrrington, Chcnault and offer should be proof positivo that was followed here by some enemy and rousing people, be went by the was the mysterious cause of their sud- Veecb, together with Chnrles P. Kexall Dyspepsia Tablets nTo ft de- price of $15 to insure a living colt. lower road from the stable. Mr. den flight? What had Gertrude left and shot as he entered the house?" WAR TRACE Kennedy, of IJurgin, S. W. Forgy, of pendable remedy. "I don't think I have a theory," I Bailey was to meet htm at the foot of In the billiard room? What was the Llkton, Inasmuch as thc medicine will Wo J. Miller Ward, Paris and will also stand the great aid. "The thing that has puzzled me the lawn. Mr. Bailey left" significance of the and where If. L. McDonald, Niagara Fall?, X. cost you nothing if it does not bene- young "Which way?" Mr. Jamleson asked was it? Jack War Trace nt $10 for Is why Mr. Armstrong should enter V., compose the board of directors. fit you we urge you ho suffering marcs and $20 for jennets . his father's house two nights In suc- sharply. to insuro The project is to build a dam 200 with indigestion of dyspepsia to try "By the main entrance. He left cession, stealing in like a thief, when a living colt. Wnr Trace is black feet high ncrois tho Div. Iliver ecv Iiesall I)y&iciaia Tablets. A 25 was a quarter to three. I know (Continued nest Friday) he needed only to ask entrance to be it - tl.iliuo iilgn. w. pc...S . milc tiKiVn it ninfltiAnriA witti Pfnt rinY fnfnini nnnnoli TTtnilinm exactly." admitted." A areat Ka8e' Hho v j"0 s ,for fifteen doys "The clock in the hall is stopped, For The coroner was a very silent man; i Clarksburg, Ky., W. J. Bellamy, the Kcmuckv mcr at Hich Bridce, chronic cases wc treatment. larger Hint sold for ,ml'" "x and thus create a lake 25 miles Jong, hnvP two he took some notes after this, but he Miss Innes," said Jamleson. Nothing gives particulars of his son's recov which htoro water enough to operato sizes, 50 cents and ,1.00. Iiemem- - 3,.00. llis dam was by the imp, seemed anxious to make the next seemed to escape him. "He looked at his watch," she re- ery. He says: "My boy of sixteen thp plant through any drouth that her you can obtain Itesnll Remedies jlircat Ensteni. War Trace's dam train back to town. Ho set the in only at our store Tho Hcxall store by Bedford Star, quest for the following Saturday, gave plied, and I could see Mr. Jamleson's had bronchial tronble, ever since he might occur. bv Ezell Stai- For several years Mrv Ilerrington Th0 Penny Drug Store. light. Mr. jamieion, me younger or me two eyes snap, aa If he had made a dis was n baby, nnd it gradually grew covery. As for myself, during tho and Mr. Kennedy have b'ecn working detectives, and the more intelligent Note.-T- his jack 1ms proven him. R. G. Collins, Pos maMer, Bcnegnt (slJ , bo looking, a few instructions, and, after whole recital I had been plunged Into worse until we feared consumption. on this project and surveys and , t brfC.j ft f I got a bottle of Foley's Honey nnd .P?!.nCCrSr.C,POrls haVC Bravely shaking hands with me and the deepest amazement. wns tr.01,blc.1 w'i,h ?. madP' :V J:' for hmcolu sold last fall ns hich as "Will you pardon me for a personal Tar Compound nnd soon there wop Arthur Gieslcr, a consulting engi regretting the unfortunate affair, took a unpi couSu. lie says: . wornu cl,0 I0Wo mn,o cou ,() fJM foj. his departure, accompanied by the question?" ' The detective was a inch n marked improvement that I necr, of Dayton, Ohio, being among lump intilffi. rh vnn con in ,irf,tm?if- youngish man, and I thought he was got n second bottle and this will, I those who hnve looked the proposiother detective. somewhat embarrassed. "What are think, make ft permanent cure. The tion over nnd reported on it. Lex- fit of violent coughing. I bought '" t,CTV'Co of this grent jack, we I was Just beginning to breathe u bott e of Foley's Honey nnd Tar arc ottering one freely when Mr. Jamleson, who had your your relations with Mr. Bailey?" ington Leader. thnt is second to Compound nnd before I hnd taken Gertrude hesitated. Then she came first bottle cured his stubborn cough been standing by the window, came notic. This jack has also proven nnd I think this wonderful medicine over and put her hand lovingly In over to me. it all the coughing spells had en- himself to be ARTHUR McKECHNIE DEAD a great jennett jack, snved my boy's life." Shugars nnd "The family consists of yourself mine. tirely censeJ. It can't bo beat." for he has tho fincs't head and car, Arthur R. McKechnic, nged 52, Shugars and Tanner. alone, Miss Innts?" "I am engaged to marry htm," she Tanner. nnd ns much foot and bono na nny died nt his home on the Copper pike said simply. i. "My niece Is here," I Bald. jack hung nnd ns like begets'like) I had grown so accustomed to surlast Saturday evening nt 5 o'clock "There is no one but yourself and prises that I could only gasp again, he has departed tho same to his jack after a pickness of onlv 7 days du your niece?" and as for Gertrude, the hand that MRS, McGILL ration of bowel trouble. Ilo was and jennet colts. "My nephew." I had to moisten lay In mine was burning with fever. taken sick on Sunday nnd an operamy lips. EQUITY. "And after that," Mr. Jamleson BROKE DOWN tion performed on him Tuesday "Oh, a nephew. I should like to went on. "yon went directly to bed?" Wc will also offer for public Bcr-unight. Mr. McKcchnie was a son see blm, if he is here." Gertrude hesitated. this great d Jack. Ho is of the late Jume3 McKcchnie, he "He is not here just now," I said as "No," she said finally. "I I am not, Gives the Real Facts In Regard to born in Glasgow, Scotland moving blnek iith white points. His head quietly as I could. "I expect blm nervous, and after I bad extinguished and ear, foot and bono nro second Her Case and Tells How She here with his parents nt an early at any time." the light, I remembered something I age. He wa6 married to Miss Mint" none, with stylo and action like "He was here yesterday event ne, I had left tn the Millard room, end X Suffered. erva Ard, from which union fivo a mule. Ilo is sired by Yelberton, believe?" felt my way back there through the e Joncsboro, Ark. "I suffered a children, ono girl and four boys were "No yes." Jr., first dnm by Dr. Wood, second darkness." has helped countless break down In health, some time born all of whom survive him. Ho "Pldn't ho have a guest with him? darn by imported jnck. Yelbeton, "Will you tell me what It was you ago," writes Mrs. A. McGIU, from this is also survived by his wifo and one Another man?" had forgotten?" Jr., tho siro of KquPty is now at tho thousands of thin, weak, "He brought a friend with him to "I cannot tell you," she said slowly. place. "I was very weak and could bister, Mrs. Jcnnctto Campbell, of head of Mr. T. II. Adams' herd of stay over Sunday, a Mr. nalley." delicate children made "I I did not leave the billiard room not do any work. I tried different Pulnskl county nnd three brothers jennets, nt Lexington, Ky. "Mr. John IJailcy, the cashier of tho at once " R. R. McKcchnie of this city, John remedies, hut they did me no good. In offering this jack for publio them strong, plump Traders' bank, I believe." And I knew "Why?" The deteetlve's tone was One day, I got a bottle of Cardul. It of Bronston nnd Willinra of Garthat some one at the Oropnnood club scnico wo feel suro wo nro offering did me so much good, I was surprised, rard count v. Ho hnd always been a robust. and imperative "This is very Important, had told. "When did they leave?" a great breeder for competent judges farmer nnd was n good man. nis reand took some more. , "Very early I don't know at Just Miss Innes." say that he was tho best breeder in I took Cardul, I had headache mains wero buried at Bethcsda, afDeforo It creates an appetite, "I was crying," GertruSe said In a what time." ter funeral service' by Rov. J. W. Montgomery county, his colto always Mr. Jamleson turned suddenly and low tone. "When the French clock In and backache, and sometimes I would Cnnghorn. aids digestion, fills the Monticclla Outlook Mn bringing the highest price. the drawing room struck three I got cry for hours. Now I am over all that, looked at me. TliJs gicnt jack will make the pre. "Please try to be more explicit," he up and then I heard a stop oh the and can do all kinds of housework. I McKechnie was a brother of the late veins with rich said. "You say your nephew and Mr. east porch, Just outside the cardroom. think It Is the greatest medicine on Squire McKchnie of this county. sent seuson at $10 for marcs nnd Bailey were in the house last night, Some one with a key was working earth." blood $20 for jennets to insuro a living AN ITEM OF HOME INTEREST and yet you and your niece, with some with the latch, and I 'thought, of past flttr years, thousands of In rolt. All of tho nbovo mentioned course, of Halsey, When we took tho ladlesthe women servants, found the body. After illness or loss havo written, like Mrs. McQill, Charles Gormley, 307 Maxwell St. stock will mako tho present season house he called that bis entrance, nnd to tell of the benefit received from Where was your nepbow?" Lexington, Ky,, has lately been of 1912 at our stnblo 'J 2 miles of weight from any I was entirely desperate by that he bad carried a key for it ever since. Cardul. Tho door opened and I was about to Such testimony, from earnest women, cured of kidney and bladder trouwest of Stanford on the Sliolby City time. cause, it brings strength pike. Marcs traded, parted with or "I do not know," I cried, "but be ask what he bad forgotten, when surely Indicates the great value of this ble. Hi Boys: "I heard of Foloy for sure of this: Halsey knows nothing there was a flash and a report Some tonic remedy, you diseases peculiar to Kidney Tills nnd tho good thoy were bred clsowhere without our consent and flesh quicker than a sufferer! YesT women. Are of this thing, and no amount of cir- heavy body dropped, and, half crazed doing, and after taking them n fow Cardul Is the medicine you need. forfeits the insurance and monoy becumstantial evidence can make an In- with terror and shock, I ran through anything else. We urge you to try it. days the pain left my back, tho tir comes duo nt time of tsuch transacthe drawing room and got upstairs I nocent man guilty." N. 0. ll'n' fa I UJIm' Advbory Dwt., putla-Soo- it ed feeling1 pressed away, nnd I nm tion. For information call on ornd-drcB- S MtJldn Co., Chattanoof a, Tnn.. lor tiptrial "Sit down," he said, pushing for- scarcely remember how." all DHuaaittTm Irulructtom, ana book. Hon Tiutawt glad to recommend them." Shugars She dropped into a chair, and I far 6 S. T. Harris & Robert Woods, ward a chair. "There are some things Wustn," scat la plain viapptr, en raeiMM. and Tanner. g Phons I kavs to tell you, apd, In return, thought Mr, Jamleson must have fin- 3, Stanford, Ky. TTfF. CIRCUlARf hv?URY BY 5TAIRCA 81371, f WNEi Hart . VoV 4lv0 Ished.' nut he was hot Ihrough. "You certainly clear your brother and Mr. Matter admirably," ho said. 'The testimony Is invaluable, especially In view of the fact that your brother and Mr. Armstrong bad, I believe, quarreled rather seriously some Itme ago." "Nonsense," I broke in. "Things are bad enough, Mr. Jamleson, without Inventing bad feeling where It doesn't exist. Gertrude, I don't think Halsoy knew the the murdered man, did YOUNG WIFE SAVED FROM Ashland Brook We want HOSPITAL J ' .1-- ,,. iii i-- A 5 w 27 Mln .-- ,, 1-- d. un ......,, i tt-l- k, nia-nt- pur-suin- n,ni"r"i7inillWlt k . r'l Ill.-ert- rud "''nnd ,t,l 4: 1 u"rr, i:i"-' 4, '' dlssp-peare- d. fl k I ctrelief."-Mrs.BE.sj.H.STA- NS- ocn i " ".-- v.y is-teegen-tlem- King Eagle ss Uich-mon- d, -- PU; . cuff-lin- Che-nnu- lt, Hal-sey- 's .(; b-- i l'cr t i '" .;... co com-fdet- red 1-- THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. W IT ;:;f mJ, m Noflcet Poultry Raise :rs 4-11- -44 4 N uJ m Cecilian Leaf. 41103 COMMISSIONER'S SALE! Lincoln Circuit Court Notico of Sale. If. H. Wade's Hrs.. 1'laintiff.s vs II. II. Wade's Hrs.. Etc. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment of sale eliteied ill the ubo'i stvlcd court and case, the undersigned Master Commissioner will nt about 1 o'clock J'. M.. on same being the lirst dav of the regular Mav Icryi of the Lincoln County Court, off it for sale at Public outciv to the highest and best bidder befoie the court house door in the town of Stanford Lincoln county. Kentucky, the following described tract of land: Beginning at stone on Knst side of Petits Fork: thence N 70 W 20 poles to a stone: thelicu S 5 H 20 poles to a stoneithence S 10 W 7 poles to a stone; thence S 4 2 W 10 poles and IS links to stone und Walnut: thence S 32 W 7 poles and 15 link-- , to n sugar tiee and Buckeye: Ihciici. S i) E 15 poles and 17 links to a sycamore: thence S 13 W 2 1 pole.i to a ftveamore near a water gate Jones corner: thence S 30 E t)S pules to n white oak and dog. wood Jones corner: theiic. N 05 E 32 poles to a white oak: thence N 2 E 110 poles to n stone: thence N 2 E 18 poles 7 links to a stone: thence N 23 W 25 poles to u stone: I hence N 01 E 5 poles und 20 2 links to n stone N 14 W 10 jioles to a stone: thence S 77 4 W 02 poles und 1,5, links to the beginning, mid containing Kightv-tw- o (82) acres. 2 mods ami 3(1 poles of hind be the smile inoie or less and being the same land conveyed to II. II. Wade (Deed.) bv deed of J. J. McKinnev of date Nov. 3rd 1800. and dulv recorded in the cleiks office of the Lincoln oiintv Court in deed book No. 27 mid page 120. There is excepted from the aforesaid bouudarv a fraction of an acre conveyed bv II. H. Wade in bis life time to fieorge Austin h- - deed of date April 24th. 1007. mid of record in (derk's iffic( of Lincoln county court. dc.M'iibed as follows; begin, ning at stoii Wade and McCaitv's I comer: thence S 45 E 3 noie.s to a suiiie in wilier fine: incnce np tne branch N IS E 0 poles mid 12 links to n stone: thence N 80 W 2 pole to nsmall water beech: thence S 32 W 5 poles to the beginning, and containing of mi acre o'f laud. TERMS. Said sale will be made on a ci edit of six month, and the put chaser will b rcouired to .. bonds with approved personal security for the piiichnse price, payable to the Comiui-sionc- r. and bearing inlere-- t at th.. rate of 0 per cent per annum from dav of sale, and lieu will.be ieerved on the land to scenic the pa much t of said bonds, and same shall hav thr, force and elteel of a iud'ment. Witness mv hand this the 0th dav of Anril the venr 1012. 30-E. D. Penninaton. M. C. L. C. c. 1-45-1-1-3-S4-1exe-cut4. CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck. Roup. Cankers :.;r;.w Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Mm Kim Bryant, Dtxbown, Ky., mtk "I h iKinl It ihbm md limn 41 M4 foe 7in poultry lrmfr llcvfMftpraadlimliffftk wtfNoutful. ' WiilCanin, HtfiMowa, KyMytl "On drnp cf HKif 41 44 dropr") down the tail of a clarlra Ula ikt worm rrlirtri tht cruel I omnllr lllllKtbnl prmnuva I ru.t rtrt Nfi. ast1 GsiriMtti bjr J. Hsfct. Crumc, Birditown, Kj. Price SOc ill DruJJUti. uj it ud." (' OLD BY SOLO BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. irC ' jt ' ' f v v ,t A , n-- J .Wi. t T..'l ,V . , 1 , VI uAaikBr ht kT apBa i" ai mtitttiM muyi i1 ""-- gA v ss r1KH Sired bv Hcl Leaf. 21390. the crcak'st of nil Ministers: 1st dam Dav .Maid Ijv Ccrilian. ho liv Gain-botWilkes: Und climi Nell bv JO'21. :ird dnm Noon Dav liv St. Elmo 275: Jtli dam liv l'ilot. Jr. l'J. In Cecilian Leaf thi blood of C. V. (.'lav ami Jled Wilkes united with that of Uaiiiliettii Wilkes and l'ilot. Jr.. and should urore u cross winch cannot lie excelled. I'ceiliiin Leaf in a rich liav with two white hind feet mid n htnr: is e.xcentioiinllv ninirv for a trottinir especially crnceful in the homo, neck: stainU full 15 4 hands: lias hiuli action und lots of "'He and fini-winch n addition to his Mierd makes him an ideal linr.et for the stud. These uualitie.s are lint what is needed in u site to breed hiirh-claliarncxs and walk 'trot hordes, inwl it, j the valk-trthat -- ells for the most moiiev mid has the readiest sale. Cecilian l.eiif is unmarked hut i'iih tn.i in 'J.'.'S. He will make the reason at the miles from Pink Col late linrn 1 Staufoid oil the Ilustouville nike. Tin. fee In a limited number of mures this season will he 1(1 for a livinc colt. At the same nlnco I will stand ill L'rcat lack. Samson at 12.50 to injure. You know this inck as the mre of more hlmw mules than an other for the wiHt four vearn. Tin. reason fee on unv Vmre bred to either Cecilian or Snmson becomes due find, will he collected I'ruln the breeder if male is bold or parted with. TATE & MESSER. Jamps Messcr. Mananer. l'hone 150 11. Stanford. Kv. tu Hal-Huru 3-h. ss ut 1- -2 cd Mondav. Mav 13. 1912. 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 bf Lace Curtains. Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. We think we can make it to your interest to buy of us. W, A. Tribble fiSft For the season of 1912, I offer for public service the Roy ally Bred and Handsome Individual Saddle Stallion, ALL PEAVINE 4092, at my farm, near McKinney, Ky., at $25 to insure a living colt. Hervey Highland, 3027 A. S. H. R. NO. 02:', VOL. 11, NO. 54, BY CROMWELL, NO. 73, BY WASHINGTON DENMARK, NO. 64. FIRST DAM, BELL BY RH0D-ERICNO. 104: SECOND DAM BY DENMARK. THIS CHAMPION SADDLE STALLION OF KENCOUNTTUCKY, WHICH EVERYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING IES 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 PRESTON FIVE-GAITED SIRED BY WASHINGTON, 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 SI5. Preston. Jr.. Is a Unlit bay 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 SS140 The Great Percheron Stallion VOLTAIRE, A HANDSOME PERCHERON STALLION, PERFECT IS A BLOOD BAY AND WEIGHS ABOUT IN 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 HIGHEST PRICED MULES ALL OVER THE COUNTRY ARE OUT OF DRAFT MARES. VOLTAIRE IS THE ONLY REGISTERED PERCHERON STALLION IN THE COUNTY AND HE IS JUST WHAT YOU VANT 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. llov 535 bv Videttc bv Vui-debv Woods' Black Hawk. bv Vermont Black Hnwk. bv Sherman Morgan. Description. Foaled 1007. A beautiful light bav. 10 hands hiuli. lot.s of weight, with snip face, left trout and both hind feet white. Hois n i"rv fine box- -, bnvine a lm rnnc neck, light in the throat latch, high thin wether, eood back and tail, a nice clean set of limbs. Best described as the accented tvpu of the American saddle horse. Hervev Highland has had hut lit tl.. work both under snibl1" and in barnos. and learnimr to step away with lot.s of crace and air. Ili- beautiful form and niaiked individuality, coupled with bis popular, blood lines, will appeal to intelligent bleeders desirinir to produce, horse-- , of the highest class. His dam is a tin,, individual as well us a great Irrood mare, having' had two filbe- - bv Kentucky's Aitist (nothing like the sire Highland Den-m- a ik was.) to sell for 61.000 eaeh. Hervev Highland will undoubtedly make both a meat show and stock x. Will make the season of 1012 nt inv place, two miles we- -t of Hiiston-vill- e. on the Hradfordsvilh. pike. Sired liv Iliuhlnnd Denmark Tjk II.. liv Itlnck Siiuirrcl 53. Iu bv lilnck Kusle 71 ho bv Kimr William 07 he livWiisliiinrtoii Deiininrk lie bv Haines' Denmark 01. Hervev's dam Anne Washincton 1358. die bv WiisliiuL'ton 51 ho bv Cromwell 73. b bv Washington Denmark 01 ' liv tiaiii"-.- ' Denmark 01. 2nd dam bv 0-- V nielli, COMMISSIONERS SALE Lthculu Circuit Court W. P. Ilncliiiiuin, etc., Plaintiffs, vs Alice Land, etc., Defendants. Notice of sale. Pursuant to a judgment of sale entered in the ali.n-stvloil n..ifit undersigned, Master Com and ca-missioner win nt aliout 2 o clock P. e e. "! siasSK 'VWVIT! ." 4- '.irrfc v JTrKJS $SSm M., on hoi.--e. Fee S20.00 to Insure n Livinn Colt. Mines traded, parted with or bred elsewbeie forfeits insurance, and moiiev becomes dut nt time of such timiMiction. I.ien letuiued on colt until season is paid. Mares from a distance grazed on irooil hhi.. cuts nt j.',.50 per month. .Mares enti listed will ""ive mv personal attention, but not resnonoiiili for iiccidiuiN or W. M. D0DD. I irSTONVI I.Li:. KENTUCKY. TURNER. I KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 KY GENTLEMAN, AS HIS NAME IMHE BEARISTOCRAT 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 DESCRIPTION.-KENTUC- PLIES IS AN . 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 PERHE HAS 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. 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 film well say he has more hundred dollar mules to his credit than any ether jack In the country. Will stand at $10 to Insure a living colt. I A Fine Jack STANFORD. KENTUCKY. J. NEVIN CARTER, I iaek Turner will make the season in .Morelaud. Kv.. at 10 to insure a living colt. .Mares nailed with or traded without mv pcimission forfeits the ni.suianee. Turner is 0- - ears-olblack with white points, good stvle. largo feet, weighs 1005 pounds. Ho and bone, - a good and sine breeder. Mates with colt should be returned when collsnre from 7 to 0 days old. Thi- - lack, is known bv maiiv u the Hamlin iaek and he will li,. for tmiiHtt sale at Ibe close of season. Prospective buver are invittd to call ly. OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. mid see his colts and the general Said sale will bo iiuide on a credit WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL 0V-Ewen king of the iaek. I consider him of six month- -, and the purchaser nuo among the best mules jacks, in nr THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. pin chasers will bo required to Kentucky. UNLESS YOU A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE I'Xecute bonds with approved Per B. 3. KING. sonal security for the purchase CARE TO HAVE IT SO. Jkrclanil. Kv. rice, payable to the undersigned ' AND CONSIDERING OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED Commissioner, and bearing interest WE HAVE A LARGE per aii"i'iu WONDER. QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. A TEXAS nt tin. rate of 0 ner cent jfiom day of sale, and a lieu will be STOCK TO SELECT FROM. Tiie Texas Wonder cures kidney reM'ivcil oil ino property u scenic , uid same and bladder troubles, removing grav the payment of said bond-of n el. cures diabetes, weak mid lame shall Inno Ibe force and ctieet Witness my band this irregu- judgment. backs, rheumatism, and all Apiil 15th. 1012. T OM t V.. larities of the kidneys and bladder K. D. PENNINGTON. M. C U C. C. women. Kegulates in both men and Geo. 1). Florence f n-- Plaintiffs. bladder troubles in hildreu. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent CONCRETING by mail on receipt of $1: One small We aro in position to do all kinds Mako your home aa luoileru for your family j a ice MIL FARMER: bottlo is two months' treatment, and of eoncretiug, such as Block Work, iu a positiou to get the latest market quotatioui seldom fails to perfect n cure. Send wo can muko esulence, ami place yourself Pavements, mid in fact, any time. This can be uecomjiliKued by means of our telephone service for testimonials from Kentucky and anything from u liouso down to a which you and your neighbors cau get for a sum that is small compared with other states. Dr. E. V. Hull. 202(1 fence post. Call mid get our prices the benefits received. Call or address our ueareat ofh'ce or write direct to Olive street, St. Lquls, Mo., Sold by ,beforo you buy your material at leadquarters, Nushville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far-me' I.iue" rate. If you are not at present euj'oyiug telephoue service, we FRUIT AND SHADE TREES PHILLIPS BROS.. Stnnford. Ky. can immediately iuterest you. Our lined cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tLe Southern ortiou of Indiana and (strawberry plants, Grape Vines, CUM IMC LAN I) TEL. & TEL CO. Illinois. FIRE Asparagus, IUuiburb, Roses, Peonies, (lN(10KrOMATD' and Phlox. Everything for Orchard mmi SURETY BONDS ond Lawn, Garden. Free Catalogue. B.X.HXWLAXD No Apents. Lumbago I reJUveU by Dr. UUstf Dr. Mile' Laul.iit Tabloti ara beat j rrANrofto, kv. H. F. Hillenmeyer 4 Swis, Anti.ftln IHlla. for children. Lexington, Ky. Mv fine ine-e- nt -- d. Saturday. May 4th 1912 outcry to the highest and best bidder, in the Land addition of the city of Stan-fou- l, Ky., the following described 11 city lots situated in said Land Addition. The said property is described as follows : Being lots Nos. 1, 2, 22, 20, 28, fronting 50 feet on Lancaster street and extending back to Land Street u depth of 150 feet, excepting Lot No. 1, which litis a frontage on Lancaster street of 42 2 feet and extending back to Laud sheet and fronting thereon 12 feet mid 0 inches;. also all the following lots to wit Nos. 5, 15, 10, 17, IS, 10. 20, 21 and 14. said lots bavin" n width of 50 and a depth of 100 feet, excepting lot. T unit - - tlti.- fiirnii.i Inivin r " ' depth of 150 feet and mx inches mid having a depth ot 100 lect the l.ittei a frontage on one slu-e-t of t5 2 feet and of 20 2 feet on what is known as Sweeny street. For further description leference is made-tdeed book 45 page 501 and the plot .u caul addition ol record m the Lincoln County Court Clerk's of- lice. Said lots wjll be sold .separate olfer for sale at public A champion show horse and an unequaled champion tire. From him we have had such champions at Edna ay. Golden Glow, Jack Straw, Queen o' the ay. Star Peavine, and many othen past and to come. By Rex iCcoald Dauy 2nd; by Peavine 85. SIRE, RGX PEAVINE 196. ALL PEAVINE 4092 " 11 Hit daughter! have produced tuch champions as Lou Chief, A mare by ay, Barthenia cChord, and dozens ol others Cleopatra, The Frenchman, Edna Pravine it a sure foundation. SECOND DAM, daughter of Harm Denmark. THIRD DAM, daughter of John o sely. If you want to breed to a stallion whose produce commands the highest price, breed to All Pea. vine 4092. The prices for which I hate sold Peatine colls are as an open book, they being sold for the high dollar at public auction, along with the colls of other breeds of horses, and I have topped the market. "Like begets like," Breeding taddle horses of the highett type it no longer mere guess woik and it takes champions to produce champions. Here you have them all In this pedigree. Rex All cDanald. Kex Peavine and a double infusion of the champion brood mare sire, Peavine Peavine will breed true to his family inheritance of championship blood. He is entered in the Futurity stake, and do not forget that he sired the only stud colt that got any of Saddle Horse the money lit )ear. 1 will personally care for mares tent me and use every precaution, but will not be responsible for accidents or escape!. 1 will also stand another nice stallion at a lower price, and three fine jacks. The Grey jack at $10 to insure liing foal, and the two Black jacks at $8 to insure liting foal. greatest brood mare tire, Peavine. GRAND SIRE, Rex cDonld833. The undisputed champion show horse and sire. FIRST DAM, Lucy Wells 6404. bv Peavine 85. A great brood mare by the world. 1-- R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. o MONUMENTS R Wm, Adams & Son. Q, J.,.. S RURAL TELEPHONES. -- f INSURANCE! , te O ' w - mmmmmmmmmmmmfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm n y H. THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. - The Boys! BOYS! " Interior Journal Kitabllthtd 1172 M. GLORIOUS HAIR For Every Woman Who Wahts it u M F"' fill 15uirl iv I ! r ltLJSW i & jflWr ry i.a.r I A. vbm V"M '" 1L l& MV if WHIM 11 "Wooly Boy" suits. THE BEST MADE put on one of these It is now time to US VJ cJ3 5 $ I V' I- fcECUB. MATBn CO. CHICAGO PRICES 1 $3 to $121 iiwi.ni) r The only Suit "Wooly Boy? that has the style, fit, durability and workmanship. Stanford, Kentucky. RESOURCES OF SAM ROBINSON, Lin coin County National Bank , Stanford Kentucky Comptroller's Call of February 20, 1912 Loans U. S. Bonds and Due from U. S. Treas Lincoln County Bonds Cash and Due from Banks. S342.254.78 Quick Assets: Otner Assets: jos.ooo.oo S447.2S4.ra S37. sOO. 00 . 4,Oa.7S S 78, 6O8.87 r Banking House ss.300.00 SS3.I63.6S -- " Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars THE PLAIN TRUTH What More well-know- cents. Foster-Milbur- n Can Stanford Ask? People n "When residents highly respected people of Stanford FOR SALE! make such statements as the following, it must carry conviction to every reader: I will sell privately my farm of D. C. Dyehonse, Whitley avenue, 20 acres, on the Stanford and Crab Stanford, Ky., says: "I am in a Orchard pike, six miles from binu-for- d position to recommend Doan's Kidand three miles "from Crab ney Pills highly as they were the one and only remedy that ever gave Orchard. Has a good, frame house me relief from backache. , My back of four rooms porch etc., good towas so soro and painful that it was bacco barn and other outbuildings hard for me to get around for days and the best water in the county on a a Time. I tried everything but the place; half of place in cultivadid not seem to get anything thnt tion and rest in grass; good black- would bring me relief until I pro- lemith 6hop on the place; well fenc cured Doan's Kidney Pills at Shu-ga- ed. f. nnd Tanner's Drug Store. They W. A. BRENT. R. D. I. Stanford. proved to be whnt I needed and by the time 1 had used three bpxes, the Parties wanting rooms nnd offices pain in my back disappeared and I call at State Bank & Trust Co. See felt better in every way." 11-- tf For sale by alt dealers. Price 50 their nice rooms. NICE-PLACE rs 2G-4- York1, sole agents for the Unit-- 1 States. Remember the nanle Doan's and take no other. and yew Co., Buffalo, Men's Wear We offer not only the Largest Assortment in CARE of Your Spring needs in Hats, Caps, Shirts and Neckwear. . Clothing and Shoes, but . are ready to take good w. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. DON'T Forget lars. --- Contest Starts Saturday April 13th 1912 Come in and get full Particu-- that the Piano L. L. SANDERS Crab Orchard Kentucky. Any womnn who neglects her hair cannot expect to hnve as lovely hair ns tho woman who doesn't. II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Wnsh tho hnir once n week, nsc PARISIAN SAGE daily keep your totercd at tne rottoftlce at hair brush clean nnd in a few dnys aa cecond claaa malt. you will give to your hair n beautiful lutTo Hint you will bo proud of. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, : PARISIAN SAGE is a most reliable hnir tonic; po: relinblo that 0. L. The announcements in this column Penny gunrnntees it to erndicnto arc of candidates for ofllce, subject dandruff, stop fnlling Ijnir nnd itchto the action of tho democratic pri- ing scnlp, or money back. mary: It should be used ns n dresing by For Conqress every member of the family becauo COL. J. P. CH1NX, OF MERCER. it keeps the scnlp clenn, prevents hair from turning gray hnd baldness. For Commonwealth's Attorney You will SO cent. EMMETT PUltYEAR, OF BOYLE. Large bottlo have no ne for ordinary preparaBURCII, OF LIKCOLX. S. tions futf-- oiioe giving dcligiilful For County Judqe. PARISIAN SAGE n trinl. T. A. RICE, M. F. NORTH, MIDDLEBURG For Circuit Clerk The wliipjumvill lias made its apJ. D. WEARE.V pearance, nnd is making itself heard J. F. HOLDAM tIic- - wnim night. Mr. Ernest Miller is engaged in For Jailer. ic i' i t'ilriet. PEYTON PARRISII, It is said thnt tho steam oi'-GEORGE DEUORDE wn brought into usj in tho PnitH-caDINK FARMER comcntion in this count; tc WILLIAM II. HESTER counteract the effect of the big stici W. A. CARSON . A little child of Luther Toms, at has diptherin. For Assessor There was quite a terrific rnin P. L. BECK. and hail storm here yesterday, atS. M. OWENS, tended by hard winds. The ground R. II. BRONAUGII ery wvt and farming is at a is standstill. For Magistrate The huckster business is very J. T. ROBERTS lively heie just now. Jas. Wileher, WILLIAM FIELDS J. K. Jones and Riffo and Junes are J. D. EADSV busy almost day and night and they say they cannot keep up with the hens. Alverson. of the AnEditor Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Claunch rederson News, in the venomous per- turned Inst week from an extended sonal campaign be is making agninst visit to friends and relatives in of Congressman Mercer. Mrs. A. It. Scott, who hns the renomination been here since January waiting on Harvey Helm, published a week or his father Mr. J. A. Etes, returnto ed so ago an editorial in reference to her home in Scdalia, Mo., Monthe transferral of Adair and Casey day. Mis Alice Jones, of Lexingcounties to the Eighth district, iu ton, is vHting her cousin, Mrs. W. T nnd other relntives in the which he boldly iutimated that Mr. Moore, county. Fannie Royalty, who secured bis mailing lists hnd quite Miss Helm had u severe attack of psvii-moufor those counties from Caleb PowU able to be nut. Aaron Colt-m-an L shook the Casey dust fiom t.is ers, the republican who has ani the Eleventh district for a ftet early Friday mo'iiia boarded a train at McKiuiiur for short time. i'hoenix. Arizona. Our friend AUtrsoii's miaUling-in- g Col. I tinkle who hns been board-in- ? campaign against the Congressat the Exchnngc Hotel nt Liberty man is making so many friends for has tnken rooms at the Royalty we long ago concludthe lutter, that house at Yosemite. The Colonel is ed to let hmi have all the halter he a fine old gentleman and it is being desires in these matters. However, whispered n round that he U n canwhen so brazen a libel, 'as this re- didate for matrimony. Anyway litference to the lists of Adair and is said to be paying especial attenCasey, is printed in other papers tion to marriageable widows nnd as advertising, others of the fair sex sauce taking over the district presumably paid for by some other up hi abode with us. As this is candidates for congress, we think it leap jear a marriage notice is not opportuue to nail it right here. nt nil improbable. If our friend Alverson did not already know it and it's very peHOLDAM'S 'MILL. culiar that as close a reader of the The organized n Sunday school daily papers as he is, did not he could very easily have learned that at the new church, Mount Zion, SunCongressman Hnru-- Helm is one of day afternoon. Mr. Theodore Rogers is somewhat few members of the Kentucky delegation at Washington who has not better. Mr. Walter Rogers, is here from a speaking acquaintance with the notorious Powers. He has declined Indian:, visiting his homefolks. Mi-- s Minnie B. Smrth nnd Mr. to bo introduced to the man thrice convicted of Goebel's murder, as n Charley Ilyers were tho picsts vf great many other democrats and .Miss Mary Smith Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ojtintiin Watson is improving, republicans, too, for that matter after several days sickness. Mis have also done. Hens-le- y The idea of Helm sending bis sec- Mary E Smith and Mr. George and Mrs. Dollip Forley and Mr. retary to Powers for a list of names of voters in Adair nnd Caey is too Louis Smith were tho guests of Mr. preposterous to receive considera Russell Watson Sunday. is stnying with tion for a minute, and Editor Alver- Mr--Miss Grace Griffin this week. . Ida Thoinpoii son mu-.- t think that the democratic Mr. Russell Watson nnd wife were voters of tho Eighth district are big fools to attempt to make the guests of her father and mother, mighty Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Smith, Monday. them swallow such a story as that. We are having very nice weather We can tell them right here, and writing and the farmers are at Editor Alveisou nlso, that Mr. Helm till this farming. busy secured his mailing list of the two Mr. John Stringer, of Beo Lick, new counties direct from leading demoed to Broughton Inst week. mocrats of those two counties, who .Mrs. Nancy Brown, of Broughton, realize, because of the splendid re- left Saturday for Crawfordsville,' cord he has made, that he is de- Iml., to make her future home. serving of n renomination, especialMrs. Ivn Weaver and Mrs. Catherly nt a time nhen democratic pros- ine Henslev nru expecting their huspects in tho nation are so bright and bands home from the army nt any there Eeems a still greater oppor- time. We know they will ho glnd tunity opening befor him to be of to fcee them. benefit of tho countrv and of service to his constituents. When no more reasonable nrgument against his re turn to congress can be made than that which our friend Alverson has trumped up in his overweening personal spite ngnint Mr. Helm, it's time to mnko tho latter's renomination unanimous. A verv fair insight into the opinion in which Mr. Helm is held in the, Aycr's Sarsaparilla is not a two now counties of tlje district, mny stimulant. It dues not make bo had by reading tho letter from a you fee! belter one day, then prominent attorney of Adnir county, as bad as ever the next. published on our first page. There is not a drop of alcoSPRING SUITING hol in it. Ayer's SarsapaMy new spring nnd summer samrilla is a tonic. You have the ples are now ready for steady, even gain that comes They comprise the best on from such a medicine. Ask tho market. I can suit anyone as to your doctor all about this. clothes made to prico who had his Trust him fully, ami always order. A suit made to your measure do as he says. He knows. is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure Wbo nukei the belt liver pills p The doesu't cost any more than ready J. C. Ayer Compiny, of Lowell, Aim. made when quality and fit is con- They hve been miking Ayer't PilU for over tlxty If you sidered. Come io and let iae take w., dnilhf year. ftelna hve the slight- ftt -- w.., .VWM hrtllt MWMIg nllla fill) . .1. your measure. VOUr doctor. Alk him flrtf ( lht s hear ..., ,. . - "- ". n,,,,,. mrww9 ,.. -H. C. RypWy, The Practical 'xauor. (HELTON SAUFLEY,... Publisher Men's Furnishings , i These warm days will cause you to want to get out of that coat, then the question will be "How it my SHIRT STOCK?" We suspect YOURS IS LOW, but we want you to see OURS. We have the ever ready, always in style, White'i Plaited, cuff attached, coat style shirt, at J r $1.00 and $1.50 fprt1jrippc IVkZyilyWx) r n tc, e cou'd take up this entire space telling you of our Soft Shirts, and THEN NOT TELL YOU HALF. Soft Shirts with Laundered Cuffs. Soft Shirts with soft collars. Soft shirts with soft cuffs, in white and neat hair line effects, all of them coat style and with cuffs attached, per garment at $1:00 (rilljYC $1 and $2-0- 0 Jee the laundered collars in almost every style made open front or close fitting for long necks or short ones and the soft collars in course, you have to SEE th ese. All we can say here is that we have Two for 25c. Or the straight 25c Quality. ooooooooooooooooool ia misre-sentei- H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Leave Your Order For a J. L Case Corn Planter that will check, drill or step drop. ii W. H. HIGGINS Have Your Painter Use the paint that will give your house the best possible protectiofn and put off the need of repainting for the longest possible time. Sherwin-William- Stimulant or Tonic? s Paint, Prepared will do this. 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. See the Brighten Up Village in Penny' .w. tha '- window and let him explain why YOU should use Sherwin Williams Paint. THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ; "M ii The Georgia Cotton Pickers" r i. V BENEFIT Diadem Lodge, No. 81, K. of P., at Opera House, Thurs. Evening, Apr. 25 Reserve Seat Sale Opens Saturday, 9:00 a. m. Prices, 35c and 50c SHORT LOCAL NEWS J00 pnir of oxfords on iur ('ntiiriijrw fr Viirn inititir BAICIN6POWDE Absolutely Pure OikL will guldm ymtt J( To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your baking powder is made from cream MWionnry Society The spceinl services at the Presof the lluptint church will meet with byterian church will be continued M11.. .). ('. .MeClury Saturday ulterne.t wrck. Mr. Logan will preach Inouii nt three o'clock. mi Sunday at 11 A. M., nnd 7:3U-- i J'. .M. Mm. J. J. Dickey, iof this city, Wool ancks at State Dank & Trust lias been appointed by Gov. as a delegate ftniii Kentucky Co., tng wool nicely. J. D. Ends & 27-to the Southern Sociological Con- Sons. gress, which meets in Nashville, i icnu., May Sec Fish & Bromley about that insurance policy today. It is better The little aim of Cluruiieu Lay, to be safe than sorry. They give nutd three months, died nt MeKin-no- y you the kind that protect. Tuesday and was buried lat vVviiiii'sdiiy in the cemetery thcic. hnmess For Sale. HandsomeThu lather and mutlier have tho 4 years old, perfectly gentle r.iiipiitliv of many triends in their mnre, Phone l'J'J, Lock Bos 2CS, W. P. ht'icuvcliiciit. Kincaid. TI10 Y. W. A. Mc-Irca- ry 8. 0. See That FORD AUTOMOBILE in our window. r r Also Our NEW LINE of and Children. fords for Men, Women f t ,,,,,,,",,,,,,"",,l,",,,,,,, Ox- ir-'- of tartar and not from alum. Thm Lmkml Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Mm i Alum Mo Utnm Phphmimm SOCIAL AND PERSONAL his dnuhtt-rKntlicrinc. Mm. .luhunnu Ball, of Lancaster, is thv guest "f h"r iln"xlii'r Mro. ' ltohim (mipl)i'll. Mr. J. It. McDonald, of I'nris, has beui the recent gmt of Misses lie nnd JIary Burdclte. Mis. J. It. I'futon hn.s returned homo after a vu-to her mother, Mr. Kouiiisoii. in Lancaster. Mr. Mick Hughea, the prominent horseman, of Danville, was hero ' Thursday on business'. Dr. 1). II. Southlard. vif Mt. Vernon, wa hero Tuesday attending ihn Lincoln County Medical Society. Mrs. X. A. Tyric, of Ho whin; Oieen, arrived Wednesday to visit lriends. Mm. Albert Severance hna been the recent guest of Mis? Marv Tnli-bl- e nt Itichmond. Carroll Fackler, the well known was gbvenimcnt here last week with friends r?or a short time. Mrs. J. B. Xovius nnd children, , hiiio retunied to their homo nt Lebanon Junction, after n visit to her parents, Mr. and Mn. J. II. Hilton. Mr. Turner Cnnwiitcr of Hustou-vill- e, was her0 Wedncodiiv in n automobile, which ho is thinking of buying, Mr. William Wnnen nnd daughter Miss Letitia Wnrrcn expect to leave b'oon for n visit to .Mw. Ileckner iu Winchester. D.ui-vilMessenger. , it -M-uien lo Pennington wn Dr. T. l.oiiWviUe Thutday. Kov. Alfred Uiggins of Ky., is hero, to hi? parents., Mr. mid Mm. W. II. Higgin. . Aeey fcpvnt Thur-dn- y Mrs. J. with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes in Lancaster. Mr. J. It. Ilnvrin was in Lancaster lhP first of the week to bets Gln-gow, -t Kmcnid was in Paint Lick on business Wednesday. Mr?. S. II. Itauuhiuiin continues in about the some at her home in th Mr. W. I 1 country- Mr. George Owen, the Monument Man, was here on business Wednes-I'ny. f Mrs. Woodson May wns called to London Sunday by the serious illness, nnd subsequent death, Tuesday of her aged grandfather, C. B. Kiinls, (bettor known as "Uncle, Cliarlie"). Deceased was probably the ohKst man in Laurel county, Woods. 02 years of age. He was for Mr. aid Mrs. J. B. Bourne have several years Circuit Clerk of Luu-jireturned to their homo in Lancaster county, nnd n lawyer. Somer after a visit to their daughter, Mrs. set Journal. W. K. Warner. Miss Liccio Deazlwy, wlio ha3 been Sunday service nt tho Baptist teaching nt,lliudmnu, came homo church preaching nt 10:45 A. M. by last week on the necount of her the pastor. Subject, "Tho Evils of health. Commercialism." Snday school at Mr. Earl Coleman, who hns been U:30 A. M. There will be no pleachsuffering with one of his eyes, was ing service in the evening but tho B. taken to Louisville, Thursday night Y. P. U. will meet at by Dr. W. D. 0'Baiinon, to consult a ppeoinlist. Mr. W. B. Xoel hns moved from Greenbcrvy Ilright hns moved his thiri county to tho vicinity of Husheadquarters from Los Angeles, tonville, Lincoln county, whero ho California to I'luenLx, Arizona, from will engage in farming. Mr. Noel is whence iio will lrnel ilio new slufo one o tho best tobneco growers in and boutlierji Cnlifornin. thu Burlev district. For twelve sucMiss Suo l'urdom ppent Sn'tur-dn- y cessive yenrs wns a successful nnd Sunday with her parents piodneer of the weed nt "Wildwood." gentleman nnd Hurnsidd Cor. Somer- Mr. Noel is n tip-to- p nt Morclnnd. set Tunes. wo commend him to his new neighCONVALESCENTS Dr. Jackson (livens, one of the bors. Hnrrodsburg Herald. most popular physician. In KenThose Recovering fr)m Any Se- tucky and his nccomplished daughters, Miis Marv Frank Givens, cnino vere Illness down from Pittsburg, Ky., early last After a long wasting lllncso, Friday morning nnd wero with Dr. requtro nourluliliiK food Givens' sister, Miss Delia Givens, that will not overtax thu tllgestlvo until Monday morning. Tho writer functions and Iu tho way of a legivts-t- o report that this good Jndy strength-restorinuud vitality-makinis not milking tho improvement her tonic, wo know of nothing that equals uunieious friends are hoping f.ir. We Vinol, our delicious cod liver and Iroa hope to he able to report her better tonio (without oil). Danville. Messenger. in a slioit time Vluol creates an appottto, good digestion and helps tho MRS. JOHN ANDERSON DEAD. TAFFETAS dally food to moko rlcti blood, form MESSALINES Mrs. Margaret 'AvAnderson, nge' flesh, strong muscles and Impart now All SUndtrd Shades. Fine Quality. Itfo nnd vitality to overy organ In tho 3S, wifo of John Anderson, died nt Sent Postpaid on Receipt of 91.03. body. Wo ask thoso who need a Iwr homo on Dix river Thursday night, after a short illness of tyMoney Returned If Not Satisfactory. tonic strength and to call at our storo and get a phoid fever. Sho wa3 a dnughter of John, Nnylor and mi cstimnblo 8c bottle of Vlnol, with tho understanding that If Jt does not help them wo Chiisfinn woninn. Sho is survived Dept. A. by her husband and several children will rofund their monoy Jthout ques407 West 159th St, New York Cky. Sho wns laid to rest nt Preachers-vill- e tion. G. L Pwwy, Stanfwd, Ky. after services Friday. -be-li- ng el -It-- Mm. Jennie Knly who has Wen quite ill for several days is thought to be some better. Mi-- s MeCormaek. of Maruaret Ilustonville, is with her siter, Mr?. J. II. Woods. Mrs. J. H. Willis, of Crab Orchard, stopped over hero Friday between trains on her wuy home. Supt. G. Singleton went to Crab Orchard Friday to attend tho meeting of trustee board. Miss Florence Deck hns returned hoiiii. fiom Vosshurg, Miss., where lie spent the winter. Mm. Homer Wrny and little dauKhter, Georgia, 4f Danville, spoilt Friday here, Mith her mother, Mis. Woodie Hali'. Mr. and Mm. Gioer C. AnduiMiti, of Mt. Sterling. have been visiting their parents, .Mr. and Mrs. 1;. 1'. --- Creditor? of Alcy F. Alfurd, Protect your loied ones with n life iiie hereby notified to policy in the Old Northwestern. One undersigntheir claims to the of the most liberal companies in the ed p.ioperly proven ns required by Rcrrld. Fish & Bromley. 24-t- f. law on or before May 15th, 11)12. George D. Florence Adin'r. of Alcy Dr. R. II. Crossfield .president of V. Alford. Tinnsylvnnin University nt LexingJ nn address nt the delhered Wc hnve now on display the cele- ton, brated "Sally" Walker oxfoids for Christian church Sunday night, on "misses" tbL. only ones that wear the "Ministerial Supplies. Ho showwell and fet look nice. Sam Rob- ed very plainly .the decrease in the ininistery. which was caused by peo32-- 1 inson. ple thinkim: more of the dollar than was The Lincoln Courtly Medical So- the man. The remedy he gave, doloffice to put man iu the place "of the in Dr. Peyton's ciety met Tucdny. Dr. Drown read a very lar mark. He wishes every chfirch interesting paper before the society. to educate ope or more young men The Christian The next meeting will bo held in for thp ministery. the third Tuesday i ehurdi has agreed to take up thu Htisioiiullo work. Jnc. For Salo or Exchange. My houso The Hustonville ball team came and lot near Depot, Rowlnnd, Ky., down for n game Wednesday niter-noobut the heavy rain made tho 1 eight room house plenty of water hall nark n miniature lake, and tho at door( good barn and out houses, Ignine had to be called off. The god repnir with store in connection. local lads will probably play at I will sell this property cheap or will exchange for n small improved farm. Husionvm! next week. For information call on or write Thu I. J.'s splendid serial story Frank Cordier, Rowlnnd, Ky. "The Circular Staircase" got "all What kind of insurance do you last week, balled up" in the make-u- p so that portion of it is nprinted to- wnnt? Fish & Bromley have it. 23-t- f day, that thu connection may bo 1 enn make your old straw hats straightened out. If you arc not rending this story you are missing look like new. Also clean and press something good. It appears in the jour clothes nicely. Give me a trial. Harry Broaddus, next door to Friday's issue only. pie-s.ent n, "Nubucks" Tans. Patents, Gun Metals, Velvets, and Kids. ' X-a--1 " The latest styles of the Shoe creation now on display. Make your selection from a full stock of kinds and sizes. 1 k joined the rapidly growing colony of nutomobilists in Lincoln county Dr. T. J. Hammonds hns bought a Flanders car, and Jolm S. Uaitgh-nn- n d n Ford. Doth are en i a and nice lookers. four-seate- Two new members have recently All persons having claims against D. Swope, deceased are requested to file them with J. B. Pnxton. properly verified. Thoso indebted to tho estuto will please mnil to mo at Marksbury, Ky. tho sums owing by them. D. S. Swope, Cummins earen ." the.estnto of J. Stanford, Kentucky vl Administrator. 31-3- p. is ordered by the Lincoln Count v Fiscal Court at its Anril term, that team? on eountv roads ho allowed as follows: For wagon and two horses nnd driver S2: for wagon nnd ono horso nnd river S1.25 In all cases tho allowance for team George B. must includo driver. Cooner. Clerk Lincoln County Court. It of land with tho house. If not sold would rent it all. This is a bargain laying outside of city limits on depot Ono four-roohouse nnd lot or would sell 5 acres of best m For Sale. bank x book A Jb7sV.. jr-s Z?zfJ?7 aflsssPv m m I V7 yi v -T- -. street. Como Lancaster, Ky. nt once. 'W. M. 29-3- p Mn-ba- n ri vfl Houso and garden for rent, one roilo from graded school on Danville pike ono nnlo from court house. Splendid cistern. Apply to 31-L. M. Goodnight. half 2. $100 Reward, $100. will ba plrurd to lfm The traders ot thU that thtre la tt Irul on drradn disrate that arirnn baa brca able to cure m all Iu atagm. and that M (.lire la tho only puana Catarrh. Hatl'a Catarrb pure now knuwn to the medical (rattrnitr. catarrh, retjulrca a ronititu telnc a rouatituttonal dbt-a- . iIt BEAUTIFUL SILK tlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally artuuc directly upon the blond and tnucou aurfacee of the system, thereby dratroylnic the and glvmic the patlerl Inuuditlon of the strength by budding up the contmujkm and awut luir nature In doing Us ork. 1he.fruprletori luts to much faith Hi Ita ruratlte pnvrn that they omr One Hundred Hollars for any rasa thai 11 talis to cure, send for tut ot tcMttniunlals Address I'. J. t'lll.NUV 4 CO. Toledo. O. Sold by all Druneuts. 'be. "ale Hall's I'au' r 1'Uls for constlpitr da', toyourwedding Money adds peace of mind To your honeymoon nnd contentment to your married lifo after. With money hi tho hank you need uJt worry ahoufc adds happiness 1 PETTICOATS 1.400 to loan on cood security. Writo Box 57G. Stanford. Kv. 30-t- f. 1 v $1.95 or 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. q. 8. heiug out of woik, about sickness or other misfortunes. Start a hank accounrtoday nnd add happiness to tho future. Ask "HElt." STATE BANK & TRUST CO., ' Stanford, Ky. Deposits $71,593.85. Capital $50,000. J. J. D. EADS, S. RICE, V. Pres. '& ft flesh-buildin- COLE EDDY, nuiTTi uun, n w. Pres. G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. M. I. SALIN, Cashier. l. Mccarty, i S. ALIERT PHILLIPS, V r it ?" i r, A . THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. MEAL'S Are the Flvand Mosquito Dangerous?, CREEK. Jordan Peacock 1148 SEASON OF 1912 Pedigre- e- Sirtit by Peacock 103 hv lHuo Jenns U, ho by Phillip's llhifk Hore, he by Gen. Taylor 81. Dam, Lena Hivcrs vy CnucU'if 4 TIiq farmers here ato hustling ns The fly, trilh spongy leet, collects me intisinie jtrai ui uncnm, spresus we ure having souio lino weather. over our food nd poisons us with typhoid and cholera. The mosquito with them Mid. Lucy lluugli mid children its bite inject! Into our vein miliaria nd ellor (ever. The huclerin o( consumpV. Terry. tion, or grip, re everywhere present (or us to breathe Into our luns. The blood spent Easter with Mrs. J. It should contain Mm. Consndn Epperson, of Ml. which flows throutfh our vein and arteries Is our protection. section, is visiting her healthy red and white blood corpuscles capable of warding oft these disease) Moiinh daughter of this place. (terms. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Uisctncry is a blood medicine and attentive alcohol, a pure l)ccrio extract of hloodroot, golden seal, made entirely without Mrs. Hen Cooley and family have Oregon grope root, queen 'i root, mandrake and ttone root, which has enjoyed moved to IIn;h llridgc and their goou rcpuianon iur urcr luriy years. i nc rcircsning in fluence ol this extract It like Nature's Influence the blood many friends regret to see them is bathed In the tonio which gives life to the Mood the leave. vital fires of the body burn brighter and their Increased Mm. Will Kirkpatrick 1ms moved activity consumes the tissue rubbish which has accumulated to the Smith ltuughuinu place. during the winter. Mr. Elbeit Terry nnd wife spent " Ahout fortr rwrs aeo whllo In tfrmrlc. New Jerwy, t ftswt chills a happv Caster with homcfolk's at itnrt Ityrr," writes Ms. MtctlACL Maocirf, of Nations! Mlllury Home, Kins. " I went Ut Kansas Clir anl In the spring at 1877 the thills and fTrrrturnl.Dr. Doctors anil Trrthlnr Dlwovery slrertlseJ. awl. Rowland. tril fsllnl to do m took Mrs. Hiddie Carroll has been very Pierre's (Mien Meriicsl Ftnsllr I saw In about a resr aftrrwsnl on tutlU of It rl the chills vsnl.hr.1. had sick, but we arc glad to state that I felt thrm comlns; back so 1 sot another bottle and nsre any srmptoms of ferer or ue line. That Is all of twenty years am she i now imptoving. for t had the chills about twclvo years before I started to take UoMcn Mt. F. E. While who ha also Uedlcal Discovery.'" been tick is somewhat better. are tor nrar . . Dr. Plerve'is and little Mm. Ida Hutchison daughter Tlielma, are visiting, Mrs. Nellie Go ode. of Indianapolis. Mr. E. L. Terry will soon be yrTrTTsFsVTTaWafjBasxjajSMsnsaaasjaTf sj jusasssssssBj ssssibsmi aasi mny. t him HW homo f.ni1t' Mr. Mollie Huberts nnd Mrs. Kit-ti- e frll islaHlaflalHtalaHalVIBHaHsWs!alKflalalMi 1 1 A Remedy No Family Should Do Without iftl ln. It la a liquid laxallrsMontc, mild, and never nrlpe. I effective on robust people and can be given with aafaty to an Infant. Children like It becauae of these senile qualltlea and because It la pleasant to the taste. remedy you It la the best can have In the house for any disorder of the stomach, liver and bowels, and mffhy people like II. II. Morgan, Prlc, Tenn., nnd Mr. II, C Davidson, Wart-racTenn., my they would aa aoon be without the necessities aa without Pr. Caldncll'a Hyrup I'epaln. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying It In the regular war of a druggist at fifty rnta or on dollar a large bottle (family alto) can have n sample bottle ent to the horn by limply addressing Dr. free of char W. 11. Caldwell. 40S Washington BL, Montlrelln, in. Tour name and address! on a postal card will do. e, nrr prmt pnt No matter how hahhy a human bclnir may lie It la Kara In any that nllnnut not many montha ar soms otiatructlon of tho liowels, In other daughter of Wagner. svurtl. conatlpatlon, orn If only tern In securing the service? of thin IMirary. The lilontlnir. the tlult frellns; inny atart after the etcnlnn inrnl, If n It la horse, I realire ho will pr6duee what laxative In not taken that lilKtit nounil, certain that uleen wilt not ! tho breeders of thU county need: and you will asvaken tinrefreshed. . Hence. It la Important for )ou ami for stlo and finish. He is not nn I know he hns produced all the member of your family that a Rootl, .reliable InxalUe be alwaya kept mor high class horses from com- In the house for Just such emergency, It la aure to he needed, and when needed mon mnrcs than any stud in Kenyou want It at hand. No family that la tucky. He is the irc to breed walk-tr- careful of It health can do without such Hut tke question of horses, the kind that sell 11$ a remedy. have ori hand la also ofwhich vast remedy to I Importance. will stand nt a fee in reach of All,, The laxative moat highly recom?1j to insure n living colt. mended by the majority of IntelllKent Americana, aa belnir best for bahlea and McKlnney, Ky. rownupa Is Dr. Caldwell' Syrup I'cp--. R. S. SCUDDER. Louis Jordan, thotoughbrod; 3d dam Lexington; 1M dam, daughter of ot )! Beau Naboth 45006 H.tugh-ma- n 1 & cJfcSWasssssssBLssssvPlflBIiassWUisssBsS E ? yJsflsssBssHsVsHNKcnHfiflssssH Mundy were visiting Mrs. J. J. UV KAHOTH 10110. by Walslngham by George Wilkes ijaHsiaaaaaaissW. kkasSdHBkayflak.VaB flBsssBlAI WmmmmYIA ft Hcldit.g Thurcduy. has Kirkpatrick Mr. James bought the farm of Mr. Hen Cooley. our Sunday , have organized school here on Stindny evening at I'rayer meeting half p.T-- t two, nights. on Wedne-da- y Mr. John L. Heed of Turuersville, wn here calling on his best girl ol) later. lleau Naboth' s dam, Nora by Norval 633o, by Electioneer l'Jo, lid dam Ilu J. by Metroiiolitau 137'J by Hamiltuuiau 10, 3d dam Josephine by Mambrino Sturhgbt 3!'1'J by Durlbay 441; 4th dnm Mury With ers by Oliver (thoroughbred); Cth dam by Wagner; Gth dam by Imp. Tinnby; 7th dam by Thornton's Hat-tlc- r. CiaViniV1iaKrJt aaaaaaaBaTl BKjK tLh. Tsr HaaVm. BW f vuavlaml1HrHuUltfttfHS. 'sJ!suXsWhHBlBlVBfiB&SEn MsssOnXncH DbbbuwwSjtb1 Iw a M IHaKMiaaaaaHBaKVslalrHaH vtssaBQflssssssasHsHS9xiVsMiss3ssssLDssV Garrard Chief 1835. H Sired by Chester Dare 10, by Black Squirrel 58 by Black Eagle 74. 1st dam by Silver Time 225; by Silver King; 2nd dam by Silver King: 3rd dam by On Time, blood bay, 15 4 hands, said by good judges to be one of the finest stallions living. I Confidently assert ne has as much natural style as any living horse. He is more like his great sire Chester Dare 10, than any colt Chester Dare ever got. Garrard Chief won the championship of the South West at Dallas State Fair in 1908, 1909 and 1910 and also at Ft. Worth Horse Show in 1910 and during that time his colts won more than any other herd shown in saddle classes and Garrard Belle by Garrard Chief was shown last year at three years old 14 times and won 13 ribbotis. He will make the season of 1912 at W. H. Murphy's stable four miles from Stanford on Hustonville pike at $25.00 to insure a living colt. Mares grazed at $2.50 per month. Care taken to prevent accidents but nod responsible should any occur. 3-- J. H. MURPHY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Why Pay Fhra TkMt Mm for a rWtf than You nood to? FLINTOID ROOFING m Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it. vw ry'.fro ''r-t- 'jCTlJlrivtYs? iViM VP. & C. Has no Equal for Farm, Factory and Residence buildi- water tight seams. C, Your Dealer can furnish t'IHarKar asT.'V. hi ngs. C. Kant Leak Kleets absolutely insure Jl Samples and Proofs. C. If not, ask Us. ROOFING DEPARTMENT OHIO The Diem & Wing Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI, aaaaaaaBaaaaaaW ' IBaaaaaasLWsiBaBsaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaa HoHvoj'iihaBaawaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai IJaVVVVVVVvVtaHaaaaaaaBVvV 9 Ji L aaHalraHH 'jaaaaaaal DOCK GREY Shetland pony, 38 Inches tall; owned by Hugh Reid Foster will make the season of 1912 at $10 to Insure a living colt.. He Is by an Imported pony that cost $1,000 in the Shetland Islands and is regarded by horsemen as the best pony in Kentucky defeating all comers In the show Mares ring of 1903.. Lien retained on all colts until season is paid. parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits Insurance and money becomes due WIN make the season at my farm. JOHN B. FOSTER, Stanford, Kentucky. State Normal I. TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS COURSES: Preparatory. State Car tlftcate. Countv Certificate Review. Life Diploma. Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, Expanses Very Low, Ask About It. Artbtic Catalogue Free. Address : : : : : RlrtiMfi.. Kentucky CRA1IE. PretislMt. J. 'b mates have unfailingly produced combined colts of high class, lioau Naboth will make the present season at J. W. Haugliman's stable, on tho Somerset pike, half mile from Stanford, at $15 to insure n living v WJTjJam urar Money colt. due when mare is BLACK JOE traded or parted with or bred elseI have made arrangements with where. J. D. Euds und Sous for their fine J. W. & H. C. BAUGHMAN stallion Black Joe, for the season of Stanford, Ky. lUl'J, so if you want to breed to A horse that is distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the one of the finest buddle stallions in show ring. There were few better rings of colts seen in a ring Central Kentucky, cull and sec me. TWO MIGHTY JACKS. this year than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky., by Carroll Hp will make the season at my sta J, by CromPreston. He is by Preston !22, by Washington ble 'J 2 miles from Stanford on well 7.1, by Washington Denmark 01; 1st dam Baby Pence "019, Clifton and Russell. the Hush Hnuieli Pike at l'.'.SO to by Enoch Arden: -- nd dam by Almont Forrest. Fee S2.0() to insiue a live colt. insure. Carroll Preston is nominated in the Saddle Horse FuWill make the en.on nt JOHN KING turity Stake at Lexington, Ky. I am also standing again this sen tlie htnbles of Jns. H. Wood- -, two Also in service mile west of Stanford, on the Shelson my gieut jack, John King at $10 to insure a by Cii.uike. at 10 to injure n livliving colt. Come and see if you don't ing colt. Tradinff the mnr forfeits think this is the finest jack in Lin- the iiHurnnee. Care will be taken coln. by Highland Cay 1149, by Highland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy to nrevent accidents, but not Money due when mine is traded Lambert 33W, by Red Cloud 2197. Fee $20.00. High Cloud is rliotild any occur. Both of or parted with. All caie will b0 taklu"-- e a dark bay horse with white markings. Stands 10 hands high incks arc 1"''. haiuU hiuh. en to avoid aecideuts but not res- black, with lii'lit noiuts nnd have and is full made. Has not had much handling but shows lots of ponsible should tiuv occur. action and speed. Both will stand at Nunnelley's stable. proven themselves extra fin( breedC. C. GOVER, ers. Ten weanliusr mule 'colts hv 30-- 4 Lancaster, Ky. thec incks sold for nn nvpratre of mor,. than S123.00 nt our ?nle last WASHINGTON JEWEL fall. Jennets will be eaied for after Pedigree Sired by Che-lJewel, June 1st and will be hied to either h(. out of Second Jewel by Chester iack nt $20 to insure n colt. Dare. First dum by Cnt Dm is, lie E. P. Woods. J. H. Woods by Washington Denmark, (i4. Stanford. Kentucky. combined TIih - i Iiand-oin- e stallion, a lieli bay. three year old; l.'i hands high, lie will make his first season at my place on the Crab Orchard and Ottenheim load, of IUI'2 nt my two miles from Oltcnheim at $10 to Will make the bens-oinure n living colt, season due when stable, one mile ftom Stanford, ut colt is foaled, sir mare sold, traded ?lo to iiiMiro ii living foul. L)un Varrick is a beautiful dies.. or bred to another horse. M. PIKE nut, 10:2, by the (;reat Onward SilCrab Orelmid. Kv. ver 'JiOj'i, he by Onward, by Geo. It. F. D. No. 1 Wilkin. Onward Silver hold for TWO FARMS FOR SALE! .j2j,0U(, nnd wus us jiaine a race One of 75 acres, a mile south of went down the Grand Crab Orchard, with good dwelling hoio us i'cr house, barn, and outbuildings nn' Circuit. Don Vnrnek's first dam by the celebrated White Sulphur water; Wilkes Hoy, the hire of u great fam tho other contains J (JO acres and is ily of Futurity winiici; 2d dam, Grey l'u;;le, tho dam located 5 miles south of Crab Oreh-ai- .Mury by " sssfc. MMaM r house, of The Wiij,-- 2:lo', i and Mudeletic This has n good it is known us the Atchison place. I'atcheu, the dam of Itubuer 2:10, Address C. H. Adams, Crab Orch- Hilly Wilton 2:20, Winchester 2:19 ard, Ky. and' Miss If. 2:30. Don Vnrrick's Oucthiid of the cost of railroad ti importation! diiui wus the dam of Dr. Connor, AWAY GOES PIMPLES, That's the lecord of the Ford Model T of u whole neighborhood that paced u public hulf mile nt BLACKHEADS, ECZEMA of Ford, in fact. Lexington nt Hi months in 1:0S, r, Wend this: "In thnt short time (June to September) I drove tho and Mifd for $.1,000 to X. W. DANDRUFF AND OTHER per mile limning expenses, cur 1.850 miles with less thnn tinc-ccof Xew Hiiven, Conn.; also SKIN AFFECTIONS. I think that record is includ'unr. liahtw. nnd no repair!, at nil. the dam of Maggie Igo, that trotted j:ood, bit 1 know of several ears just like mine thnt made just us a half niilu on mine trnck in 1:11 When Zemo nnd Zemo Soap Are 20 horsepower So I think the Ford pood recoids. nt 1(1 mouths, nnd sold for iroOO. Used. is certainly the car for the farmer. Don Varrick breeds size, speed car Signed E. W. Setter,' Duudas, 111. nnd finish. His deposition is perThe Penny Dnijr Store mi.vh, "We ie point! Country roads nre not city pavements, either. Get fect. Season money due when mare are so confident that ZK.MO nnd is told, traded or bled to (mother Ford Model T is the universally popular motor enr tho world over, will rid ZK.MO SOU used beeaue of its universal service and eei lasting economy. Every liotse. Will pasture mines at i'i a the fikiii or frcnlp of infant or grown mouth, nnd will take especial eare third ear inndo in America in 1012 will he a Ford M6del T. Good pciMMi of IMMI'LKS, ULACKHKAI), buying lojjio for you, chT to. pi event accidents, hut will not be KCZn.MA. DANHHUIT, IXSKCT responsible should any occur. ft COfl AA Ford Model T. Touring Car 4 Cylinders, 5 passengers, BITKS or uny foim of itching, ED BALLARD, Stanford, Ky. ?Ut7U.UU fully Equipped f. o. b. Detroit diKfi'.'tiiinj; or tiouble, that we do nut hesitate to Ford Model T. Torpedo, 4 cylinders, 2 passengers, DOCK. recommend these cleun refined fully equipped f. o. b. Detroit to every person who desires I will stand my fine Shetland stalModel T. Commercial Roadster, 4 cylinders, 3 Ford quick lelief and it cute from any lion Dock for the season of 1012 ut passengers, removable rumble seat, fully njrsrnvnted skin or &enlp af- the farm of 8. J. Embry on the Lanform of equipped, f . o. b. Detroit fection. Oftentimes one bottle and caster pike, ut $10 to iiisute uliving For Demonstration, see W. E. GLOVER, Agent, Stanford, Ky. one cuke of hoiip will cure n minor colt. Dock is one of the finest bred case of Kkkm trouble. ZEMO nnd ZEMO SOAl' produce Sbetlnuds ever brought to Kentucky. MASONS' MEETING You will Ho is sired by Imp. Dlue Eye; 1st HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. feino nnd swift results. Imp. Dobbin II; 2d dum Imp. Lincoln Lodge No. 00, F, & A. M., not Buffer another day after you dam by Veterinarian. Xnnon by Imp. Dobbin HI. meets in stated communication on Former Diicctor commence to use them. You will feel Animal Industry He n u beautiful hlnck and white nights each first and third Monday like n new person. splendidly marked and nn aristocrat Phillipine Islands. ' EsVeter- ZEMO nnd ZEMO SOAP can ho all over. Just 40 inches high nucl of each month, at 7 o'clock in their inarian U. 8. Army obtained from the, leuding druggist the sweetest littio horso you over hall ob Main street, Stanford, Ky., Judges fraternally-invite- Offieo Leflan's Stable. Phon. 433. Members in every city or town in Auiciica nnd satr. to he present. H. C. Car- Agent American llog Cholera Serum. S. J. Embry. Jr., in Stanford by O. L. Penny's drug penter, Secretary. , Stanford, Ky. vunvuie, Ky. btore. bronchitis, and all affections of the throat, chest, and lungs. Hest and safest for children and grown perShu-gasons. Take no substitutes. and Tanner. saLaaK rs A MOTHER'S CARE Beau Naboth is a handsome bay, A careful mother will not givo her stnuding 15:3 2 bauds of gieat child a medicine without knowing it stle and action and perfect dispo-sitiopure, contains no opiates, and has He has proven a bleeder, und healing and curative qualities. Such lijs own breeding, the Klectioneer-Wilke- s a medicine is Foley's Honey and Tar cross is second to none. Compound for croup, whooping cough His crosses with saddle bred p. 7W CARROLL PRESTON 4383 l-'- re-e- nt 10-lm- HIGH CLOUD 3334, W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Kentucky. er i- Don Varrick n FORD d. Ii''n 20-o'- Less Than One Cent a Mile. Hub-inne- nt $590.00 $590.00 cr THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. brilliant enteitniner did Mm. Fnrris .liiue in the bet years of her womanhood, but she had been non0 tho le-- s trifled ns n housewife nnd senm. critnb!e streH. Mer quilt were works of nrt and wqie shown ot Danville, Lexington. St. Louis nnd other county nnd Stnte Fnirs nnd have ninny times won premiums in the wnv of hnnil-om- e eup, ewers and other pieces of silver eiiec. Wherever Mis. Fnrris hn-- l by fnr outlived all nf her senerntion, her nearest leliiiives heiny Mesdnmes Dobbins Mrs. John Robert Mnrdimr, of Danville; M. Htnlilcr, Mr- -. R. L. Elkin, of tin citv. iter Mlllcrihurg, ureal niece, nful .Major William Ind., writes: Moskins Cnlicr, of Louisi!le. a great 1 Stops Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a reliable remedy for any kind of horse lameness. Will kill the growth of spavin, curb or splint, absorb enlargement's and is excellent for sweeny, fistula and thrush. Hrc'r. Proot .' !..-- .. "I DJ frr I am Hh UmtntH.' fwlll, cu,t., h., llhi.ol ilrMilK imhi . rmifi ticM lM.n t ti I Omr iti, urr Ivl ! "ANGEL" OF CAMP DICK ROBINSON Mrs. Eliza DEAD. Away In Farris Passes Lancaster, Aned 91 Years Interestinq Life. Mrs. Klua Her i.r lit-- . h rrmnvnt rtf ) hnna llh II. I irxk on nurt iKii I ato fa Siojn , aii , l 11 tt. In. U.l, un n .U.hr. u -- I ! i Kitpy, I !a. m M Bin tht tuu AnIhunv fj, llirira OjikiiBi), pa KtKilt No. I. tlt(l - 'i rinki lw.il ihtfe ua 4 htd lunlijr wai ' K'fJ he- ii' i 4 I ua. vjujm.i , SLOANS LINIMENT is good for all farm stock. had iMm ihrft dirt "Uf tfoT mt fot your Imlmtnf. hlch I tnn It new r xl.tixt la iry I ( thru dirt iim i"T ait atntoat .n. Oil ht AfA tlort I fv lU UDlnunt, any tlnct." Uil I k"t wt I lt rf '' At J. Wa.TBT, laanut, SoUbytU Dealer. IOiU Prie 60c & 11.00 Biota's Book on RorM, CatUt, Hop and Poultry Addrwi Dr. astir. Earl S. Sloan BmIm, Mat. TOPSY BOY. Shetland stallion foaled ilay 10th, 1910. Black, with white on shoul-Actwhite over quarters, white legs, large whito star in forehead, imita-tio- n Into saddle on hack. Sired by Givcns pony, ho by Hundley's Bine Eyes, 1st dam Dotsy a very fino pony, that could trot in three minutes and fine as n thoroughbred. Topsy enn trot fast. jmce. running walk nnd high step. I showed him nt Lancaster fair at 2 2 months of ace. in sweepstake rintr nratust alleged ponies and ho took the premium. I refuted $200 for him three 'times before he wns four months old. Will mnko the sason of 1012 nt my placo in Crab Orchard, Ky.. 300' vards from post office on Dripping Springs road at $10 to insure a living colt. s, 1-- nan orchar d. O O O . W. G. DUNN. kentitky, O O , OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO B. D. CARTER, New Livery, Depot Street, 'Phone 96 STANFORD, KENTUCKY O 0 000000000000000 0 O 0' WANTED-AGT- IYE MAN IN EACH 10CAUTY introduce our Memberships. Alt or spare time. $"'0 to f300 a. month. I'vcry Member elves you a steailr motitlily In come. Experience not neciltM. Write C'ovtncton, Ky for plans. Iloi , To .Join this Society. death benefits. And Sick, accident, Lniieostcr, April 18. Ho.ikiiis Farris, per"I Recommend It haps Lancaster's most resident, died nt the city I Am." hospital, after an illtiMi of ovor.i! weeks due to a stroke uf pjrnl n. M.11I .Mi. 1 mii' Iilo been epaied u fortnight louder, he would Imvo reached her ninety second milestone on tlio 23d of April. "I liavo bocn cured of In the passing of Mrs. Farm' a very bad death claims one of thu most R caco of cawomen of Central Kentucky. tarrh ot tho .Mrs. Farrin enjoyid the distinction stomach and Out withstanding n f 1,000 elniiu for constipation, her benefit hud been turned dunii in Mild I lUIIIl- tho I nited States Senate, after u catlon of aili J!cr behalf by Scnr.tor (Mroiu j.l.'i ments that I . O. ltindley) of having been tho liavo bad for u u lyi.uju limine pursu sorcral years. made up for her by twclva United I doctored States Senators who were impressed with th r oo y1 with the juMici: of her claim. MWlili doctors, who Mrs. Furris, or "Aunt Kli.n", as did mo not she wiifl affectionately known, much good, so I quit docas if idle might have steit-pe- d toring. out of u portrait done of some "T linnphlfl. pntnci.ni of other generations. Her Mrs. John M. Stabler, bottlo of unique headdress, snow-whit- e swny-iand commenced taking it. I found iineletR, her softly modulated oice, her gliding movement imd I was gottlng tomo better, but thought quaint, impressive gestures, were all I was not doing as well as I might. So I wroto Tho l'cruna Medical Depart( f a ehnrfleler that impressed them-i-t'ment, to sco what they thought about on tho memory. fine. They gaVo mo special directions .Mrs. Farris was trii'.v n and medical niivlco. To our astonishim -t in that hor early life wii ment I improved ami am y a well i with the moat woman and weigh as much as I over ci elv "irrii.g material incidents of Oar-rar- d did In my life. co.inty, nnd thnt her peoplo "I tell my friends that Fcrnna saved l.nvc been prominent both in politics my life. I recommend It wherever I ri.d military affairs. Mrx. Farris ini,'anit when any of our folks sresick, s, bcfoTc her uitirringo was a Miss I givo thcrn l'cruna with success." of lower Garrard, the daughter of William Moskins, a wealthy needed a woman's ministry. In makpbirter of that locality, and sister ing thei-- dnily calls her father if Wi!hnm A. Moskins, n famous her in the carriage, while I edernl officer of the Ciwl War. a boy followed with n spring wagon Mi-- s Eliza Moskius at the dawn of full of provisions. By her tender prime of n young woman nnd her care many life wns saved, nnd it highly cultured faculties wero keenly wns for this volunteer service that of many of the interesting Senntor Bradley so urgently plended incidents connected with the history i chum in her behalf in the United of the first Federal camp south v)f States Senate. the Ohio River. Ohio Regiment of The Thirty-firs- t "Camp Dick Robinson," was locat- Infant ry presented Mass Moskius ed on n farm of 335 acres, six miles with n $150 silver service, which north of Lancaster ,nnd originally she prized ns one of her most valued a part of the old ILisknis place, the possesions. It was given ns n tokmrlhood home of "irs. Fnrris, im- en of their appreciation of her kindmediately across the road. It was ness ns it nurse. ' Only once did Miss Eliza refuse not only ns a hostess, but nlso as tender nurse that Mrs. Farns to furv.i'li n meal, and then only afthen Miss Moskins, distinguished ter lui hospitality had been imposed herself. What Florence Nightingale, upon for weeks. Mer snbterfuge to guests the Lngli-- h philanthropic, wns to Tvio-- e doors to the hospitals (lining thu Crimean was unique. She heard from wiir, Mits Klizn Moskins wns to the thnt seventy soldiers would iek and languishing nt "Camp Dick dine with her that day; sho quickly Robinson, and not only did her ser- ordered n negro to make a pallet in vice extend to the occupants of the the kitchen nnd assume nil the Federal station, but nlso to any dis- symptom" of n serious illness. When abled Confederate that needed her the captain nnd hii company rode s. up and nave orders, Miss Moskins and then It wns impossible for a time to fill apparently -- he thought one of her slaves the orders from the Gnrrard county nrr.p for food nnd clothing, nnd in had smallpox nnd nsked the officer of tents the soldiers to oome in nnd diagnose the case. the were nsMffiicd quarters in a grove of With u determined refusnl he cried, sugar maples, where exposure to the "Excuse lib please!'' nnd then with ft elements rendered it necossnry to quickly given command, "Right about build a hospital. Mis Eliza saw face, double quick march." the whole mni.v a raw recniit only thinly clad company hurried nwny nnd wno fall a victim to dread phetimonin, soon lost to the intrepid woman's and many others overcome by nn iew. epidemic of measles. Other hosMiss Moskins was married about pitals were built nnd the nearbv1 the clo.-- e of the war to James Far-ri- e dwellings were filled with the ill fi' a Confederate soldier. Mer huslack of other accommodations. The band has been dead nearly twenty MoskiiH homo was thrown open to eni. Mi-- s Farris though a nonngennr-inthe unfoitunntc, even the largo old leluined full use of all her facparlor being filled with tho sufferers Every day Miss Eliza mado her ulties till a few weeks ago, and alround at the bedsides, not only in most to the last still possessed brilher own home, but nlso nt every liant conversational powers. But not only ns n. hostess nmi house where n languishing soldier -highly-rc-gnnlcd inter-ostiiile-rnci rto-da-intej-woveHo-kine nt self-invitCnn-enstcr miiu-trationab-eiin. PERUNA SAVED MY LIFE. QQ Q 5 COLUMN 5 People's Stock Remedy Guaranteed healthier to keep your Stock In a and better condition. O Reliable Breeders of Pure O Bred Poultry Card of Five Lines $1 Q O QQ &OQQQ O Hi kAli- .CL..-- . mmm - v KBIJl!f it?A B QO POULTRY 0 TSho People's Poultry Remedy Guaranteed the BEST Egg Producer and Disease Prerentatire. Every package of the abore Remedies sold en a Personal Guarantee, backed by nephew. T. IDA MAY GRANT. S. C. Crystal White Leghorns clndlv recommend Foley Kidney d hens with re inn Pills." Slmsrnrs nnd Tanner. cords of opr 200 eires n vmr. Tho strain that lavs is tho strain that Stanford, Ky. inivs. Kiru's from No. 1 nens $2.50 HARRY CAMNITZ MAY ner l"i ctnre. other nens $1.50 nor PLAY IN LEXINGTON 15 $7.00 ner 10IJ. Get in the lavinc elnss. Order todnv. Lock Box (Lexington Leader.) to Consumers 5C0. A. C. Alford. Stanford. Ky. Marry Cumtutz, n brother of Wholesale Cash Prices Airent for Tulniic incubators cunr- Howard Cumnitz of the Pitcher Choice red clover $13.25, pine tree not Pittsburg Xntionnl League team timothy $7.50 nnd nil other farm nnteed and seo to overheat. Cull nt hou-- o snmnlc. was in Lexington Wednesday to see seeds. Wire fencing. Rendy-mad- c President Sheets of the Colts in re- roofing. Nelson's Victor- y- flour, S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. ference to signing with the Colts, for Dairy feed. Write for samples nnd The Jnvinir strain that fills tho this season, Marry Cumnitz is nlso prices. You enn save $5 to $25 on ere basket in zero wenthcr: carlv n big league Ditcher, having played W. matiiTine; hie boned frvcrs. Settinc spring purchases. with several different clubs in the winter and etrtrs. house, delivery. $1 ner 15; Bu-- h Nelson, Lexington, Ky. mnjors, but has not signed so fnr Mrs. sliinnintr. eeirs $1.5(1 ner 15. ' A. C. Alford. Stnnford. Kv. this .enr. President Sheets is anxious to secure the servics uf this Ind INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS but no Pgicement could be renched I'srt's for sale 1 ner settinc of 12 Wednesday, as Cumnitz wanted or &J for 45. All orders rcceivo more money thnn the snlnry limit in iironnit attention. Wolford N. Lov-el- l. the Blue Grass League would allow. It. F. D. No. 1 Box 80. Stanford Sheets is still negotiating with thi3 Kv. big twirler nnd it is hoped thnt he will bo signed before the opening of BUFF ORPINGTONS the season Mny 1. , OF T am eettincr 21 dozen cees n'week from SO hens. Settinc of 15 for SI. KIDNEY TROUBLE RELIEVED IN POULTRY C. C. BOURBON Withers. It. F. D. No. 2. StanTWO HOURS ford. Kv. Phone 103-CURE W. Jordan, the well known dentist of Hopkinsvilte. Ky., writes: "I ucd to hnvo terrific pains ncros by back, but since taking Foley Kii'nt-Fills I lime iiiki no pain. I v .:;- - rr George H. Farris li Iruii-nesie- A Speedy Cure. to much benefit from the use of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rothut I believe it will be most important for th0 public to know of its worth. Last November I was suffering severely with kidney nnd bladder trouble. The burning pnin was terrible. I sent to you for one trial bottlo of Swamp-Ronnd it relieved mo in nbout two houis. After taking tho small trial bottle, could feel no more pain, so purchased one fifty cent bottle of Swnmp-Roo- t. After taking tho contents hnvo not felt ono pnin from the kidneys or blad der since. You nre nt liberty to publish this testimonial should yon wish to. Yours very respectfully, W. II. WARREN, ot ot I derived For the treatment ot White Diarrhoea In clikif and Blackhead and other disease! In turkeys BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL PREVENTS DISEASE water enret ana down the throat of a tuplne we wormf chicken. and i.v.t the chick's lite. A few drops In the drloklsg deoyi One 50c tattle make 12 gallon of medicine, Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard, Ky. Almont Dare A. S. II. R. 3328 kKsJhhI' . Buff Orolnotons Salmon Faverolles. eccs $2 rer 15: $15 ner 50: Indian Run-tiDucks thnt lav tho nearl white esr.'S $1 ner 13 : $3.50 per 50 . $0 ner 100. Mv '"toek enmn from tho Blue Ribbon winners of this eoun'trv. Make vour stnrt with the best blood. Always elnd to show mv bird- to nnv one interested. Mrs. Sam Em-br- v. Jr. Stanford. Kentucky. CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS.' The hie winter lavers. From $30.00 matin::: cues from 1st neii $3 from. 2nd nen $1.50 ner Jo. s. C. Rhode Island Reds Tomn- $1.50 ner 15. U"1- Indian Runner Ducks thnt lay the white cscs $1 ner 11 cew. I have snared neither means nor time in selecting this stock. Thcv are from nnze winnins nnd heavy lavint; A. C. Kill. Stanford. Kv.. R. F. D. Lavprs;Pavcrs-S.CEncli-- h er Kel-lerstr- R. No. 2, Box 39, Gainesboro,-Ten- n. Sworn to and subscribed before mo W. F. Dodson, enacted Justice of the Peace of Jackson county Tenn., this 14th dny of July 1909. W. P. DODSON, J. P. Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnqhamton, N. Y. Prove What Swamp Root Will Do For You Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for n sample bottle It will convince nnyone. You will nlso leceive n book of valuable telling nil nbout kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Regular fifty-cennd one dollar size bottles for sale nt all drug stores. Bing-hniiitp- ti, nt Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. KING EAGLE, JR. Pedigree,-Sir- ed by S. T. Harris, King Eagle, Vol. 0, A. S. IL R., No. 2550, he by Royal King 2555, ho by On Time, 745, ho by Stonewall Jackson 72, Royal King's 1st dam Mollie Mounts 25S-1- , ho waa tho noted siro Cubbell's Lexington, F. S. King tngio's 1st flnm Ilip, Jbi'J, sho by Englo Bird 1014, ho by Old King Eaglo 750, 2d dssj Red Lion, 3rd dam by Harris' Denmark, ho by Miller Denmnik 45; 4th dam by Jim Bell, Thoroughbred. King Eagle, Jrs. 1st dnm wis Molllo Drcnnon, sh0 by Old Drennon, 2d 'dam Coppcrbottom, and runs back to Davy Crockett. Note. King Eaglo, Jr., is 7 years old dark bay with ono whito hind foot, nice' mnno and tail, stands full 17 hands high, weighs 1,000 pounds and woll proportioned every way. A combined stnllion with plenty of speed, style nnd action, his colts show that he is a splendid breeder Ho will mak0 tho soason of 1012 at my barn, one inilo West of Wnynes-bur- g on Fishing Creek at $10 to insure a living colt. Mnres traded, parted with or bred elsewhero without my consent for- -, fcits the Insuranco, nnd tho money becomes duo nt 6uch transaction. Caro taken to prevent accidents but pot responsible should any occur. Phono in Res. Wnynesburg, Ex. ' C. G. CALDWELL & SON, Wayne8burg, Ky. It. P. D. No. 4. 1? LBlHMiBm!wx Whose wonderful Root & Herb medicines have been making such wonderful cures for yenrs past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the fenders ofThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates offered by its editor. Tho narao of my great unhersal remedy, is COM--CEL--SAR. Sired by Dignity Dar0 1992, he by Chester Bare 10, he by Black Squirrel 5S, he by King William 07. 1st dam Tuxawny 4038, also registered in Vol. 10, A. S. II. R. She by Abdallah ilarabrino 3715, ho by Almont 33, 2nd dnm Lady Davis by Crit Djivis, by Baurbon Chief; 3Td dam Mu (tie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Impoited Glenco; 4th dam Bettie C. by Cunninghnm's Copperbottom. Note. Almont Dare is n show horsL. under saddle, in harness and by halter. A breeder second to none his eolts from grade mares bringing from $300 nt weanlings to $300 and $1,000 nt 3 to 4 yenrs; $000 was offered for his dam nt 2 yenrs old nnd $400 for his 2nd dnm when horses were cheap. His 3rd dnm could rack as fast as n good horso could run under whip nnd spur. Ho is a pretty bay 10 bonds and weighs nround 1200 pounds. Goes G distinct gaits all good nnd fnst. Ono full brother sold for $3,000 and another reported sold for $1,500 nnd one sister, Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. Pretty good breeding don't J'ou think? Season 1912 nt my stable 2 2 miles from Hustonvillo on Liberty pike at $15 to insure live colt. Money duo when colt is fonled, mnro parted with or bred elsewhere. Grass at $2 per month and all stock will hnve my personnl attention but will not Corbo responsible for accidents. respondence nnd inspection invited. S. T. POWELL, Hustonviile, Ky. 1-- 2& 1 t j .Fs WHITE WYANDOTTE .31 IM t'ni. ITv T. .. T...l! !1K'k .PSl-'- 3 ipv 2. phono Stanford Exchange !., $I fi" 12.V- "''" uunner Mrs. P ,. T -.. EGGS. L. ma A. EGGS. ' 4 S. C. BROWN LEGHORN laid lJOO cscs in February. R. L. Berry. Hugtonville. Phnn Mrs. 7-- D WHITE PEKIN DUCKS Per Settina. Moraan S. Bauohman Jr.. Phone 41 Stanford. Kv. i' ?";, R. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. EhCS ,$1 f(,r 15' wd8-f: Loaan-R-D- - 4- - S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS ; Can Kimtilv Odn -- 'composed of 10 Roots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stom-ncis a body & liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. nerve builder of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for ;puttiug tho blood & general system in fine condition to meet tho ncccs-fcar- y is sold nt nil changes taking place nt thoso seasons. who for some reason drug stores, tho' some times, you find a drug-giswill not handle my remedies. In thnt ense, I will, on receipt of tho price is packsend it postngo paid any place on earth. of ar ed & backed by n legal guarantee thnt gets back your dollar if nlso for fnils to do whnt you buy it for. Call for 's Science Sope which is mad0 of puro vegetable oils Charlie for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for 2.ro & money back if you don't happen to like it. My years of experience ns a cowboy & among tho Indians, give T Ah.lkfv t nn n uuiu ltlvA iu dchul av wj Aitr jl um a 4fcl.MA .All. .t.A.nv IF a ah umm u- uieuivtui-n- , me,(a peculiar iitness s Knowledge oi me aiuo uj. huuio reader of this paper & any friends of yours, n copy of tho gieatest book of its kind ever published, entitlIt is filled with startling facts obtainable no placo else, & costs you nothing ed, "The Cowboy Herbalist". but a post card, & if you want a fine cnlendar, say so & I will mail you one for 1912, lithographed in five round-upcolors, n fine likeness of myself, entitled "Rendy for tho All letters cheerfully nnswered, information given relative to Roots & Herbs ns medicines. Catholia or Protestant, Read Your Bible Ezokinl 17:12. Ecclesiastes 30: 14, 10, 10, 17 nlso Chapter 38; 4, 0, 0, Write 15. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Rovclntions 22:2 Psalm 103:14. these verses down, thon rend them. Tho Biblo says "Physician Heal Thyself" & so, if modorn doctors with YOU to bo cured T mercury & other poisons can't heal Ibeinselves, what chances havo Yours for a long, clean, healthy & successful lifo. W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOIf you write for information, book or caleudar,address Dcpt. 7. h, Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel"S- ar t Com-Ccl-S- ar Com-Cel-SCom-Cel-SWhite-MoonMt m 4 1 , 1 .wr 1 ". N, ?L15T?r $5 ioo. R. d. 4,v Stanford Phone 380-Lnncaste; Mr5 Ceni.S Q i..... Nunne w D. No. 1. Phono Tliictn,.,.;!!.. RUNNER nilPkQ Fawn and white. Heaw lovers. 5 cents for 15. SnJ.t0 Mrs. VINDIAN jfr.pj -.. V." i r" White Chinese geese I JJlvaW QM i;e-to $2.0(1 , Hr?c"'ev. Jr.. It. D. No. 2. ROCK i ,. HOOK Rend FMIE BARRED PLYMOUTH ..." free-- with vour " for IK. f",vv "U"'V ..n. first order. tuus o nn I bought one of the red jacks from K. Baughman that has mado a record for himself. Will stand (Jdn at my placo at $12.50 to insure. TWO SHETLAND PONIES . Enrique, a white nnd block stallion of L'rent beauty and stylo: foal. cd 1009 by L. C. Price's the Mujor of Penmoken 0921, dam Lady Gray J. Farm. McKinnev. Kv. A GREAT POULTRY REMEDY GoLlnro IT. TtVirria lina fnl... I!.-- . n ...4 tuacu lull ncenuv in Slntifnr.l f.m i, People's Poultry Remedy aud People's Stock Remedy. Theso aro said to givo completo satisfaction wherov-e- r 31-t- f. used. .. if vmt irnnf m 1m,1 . mt ViIi X Tla.AMt.. represent tho American Surety Co., Wfirm cn ..,!. C949. Jesse is know'n by overybody. Liko tho jack ho has mado his own reputation. M. S. IAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. larebt in the world. 24-t- f. -- - &&& K ST HI .&!. f" THE STANFIM INTERIM JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. itff ilu'ft:- THE FARMERS - im. ULJy - j' w3si v I Pnli1 V:-- Kl. l I Vril Ilnitilnrf, .. HrtdM A BUT An - '1 22. tf I Imvo liiislicls of Herman milTake let seed for sale; grown frdm south One LEARNED SPEAKER cm seed: first class seed. W. S. rain Pill, 31-- 0 W'iglmm, Jloreland. Kv. To Lecture on "Splendor of Human then I will slpml n fine black jack nt " Here April 26. TaHs It mj plnre on the Somerset pike ot XT. 0. Wnlkor .'12-$10 to injure. nay. l'rof. William Martin, the national Farm for Ileivt. 70 acres nil unorganizer of the Fnmicn' I'nion, doubt a Rood der fence, lii for cultivation, 33 For Neuralgia, nothing la will leetuic in Stnnford on the evBEYOND is a necessity ncres better than acres in timothy ening of Friday April 20, ItU on every farm. Every graws in wood., 20 woods grass. 15 besides the being "The Splendor of the 1 Itt live farmer has asked himself acres furnished free good man Body." l'rof Martin is n very m Anti-Pai- n "Which spreader is best?" who will take care bf to n and tukc fence lenruetl miiii, ami his lectures nre "Why is it best?" and, "Where in stock, collect money and send to Uaed by thousands stud to lie masterpieces, lie will can I buy that spreader?" for a generation me besides wood, mid garden and speak nt the courthouso tin adThe answer to these qucs- - good land. Write me at 718 East suffered from ( Those who have mission of ten cents will be charged. tions is buy an I II C spreader Fremont St.. Iiloouiiiigton, III., the neuralgic pains need not be told Uu the next day, Saturday he will I owner. how necessary It is to secure reyour local dealer. from Mn. Annie 1$. Sweenev. speak to the members ot the Farlief. The easiest wav out of deThe fertility of your soil I am HtnmHn tTVo jiclrz st n;v mers' ('union here, f neuralgia is to use Dr. Miles' pends as liitit.it on proper distriplace this season, one tit $10 ntid Anti-Pai- n Tills, They have Mf. Jennie lliggiti-s- , Superintendbution as on the manure itself. thi tlir ii l2.Cy to insure. A!. S. utTc(cli fur so many ent ot Schools in (Jnrrurd county, Settle the manure spreader Uaughmnii. years that they have become a J2 3 who hen id l'rof. Martin lecture said question once for all. Sec the household necessity. this of him: "His talks are not set Announcement witp uisulo last I have taken Dt Miles' local dealer and buy an night by J. M. Winn, General Jliin-nge- v speeches. They como from the ovrilla for five year nnj they ore the erflowing soul fountain of eaiiu".t-nexonly thing that does me any Koo-t- . of the New Louisville Jockey my They lme relict ed neumlgln In Manure Club,- that in the future $3,000 will and of an intense de-ito In fifteen minutes. I have nlio head benefit mankind, nnd therefirre, he be added to the Kentucky ITerby, taken them for rheumatism, Century Kemp making it the lichest turf event in never fails to carry with them conpalna In the brrnst, toothache, earache and palm In the bowels and vict ion. Ilia influence docs not en America. ItmDi. Corn King l nsvo found nothing to with his address, but he is constantAnnouncement Is made by the equal them nnd they are all that la ly speaking words of cheer anil good Hurley Tobacco Society officials claimed for them." Cloverleaf J. W. SEDQE. Blue Sprlnns. Mo. ndvice to those with whom he is as- that the remainder of the 10 Oil poolAt all druoglttt 2S doiet 23 ctnta. 'sociated.'' ed crop of Hurley tobacco will be The IHC local dealer will Never told In bulk. " show you good spreader con- - sold on the open market of LexingMILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind. ' MARK8BURY. ton, Louisville or Cincinnati beginstruction and explain why it is good. you buy your ning Hay 1. When Miss Lizzie Simpson is reported L. I'.'Yaiidtrll ,yf "Craggy Bluff spreader from him, he will set ill at this writing. it up for you, show you how to FtiniTJ, sold 79 fat cattle to Simon DR. McCORMACK ENDORSED Miss Mary Chestnut is milking n adjust it, start ycu off right, and Weil, of Lexington, ut the record BY CENTRAL MEDIC0ES several days ijsit with her sister, price be right there all the time to the for Kentucky. The price for entire Mrs. J. W, Wood, at take care of any future needs. dreds. Thebunch was $7.40 per huncattle will average about C. M. Jenkins sold to Win. Sebas-ti- n Study fertility; learn why a 1,330 pounds. Prominent Physicians of Four CounAdvocate. n bunch of shouts at 5 cents. good spreader is good. 'Buy an Enjoyable and In- ties Hold Colyer Charles Itohert Spenku sold a number of IHC spreader from your local terday fromO.Cincinnati received yesn car load of structive Meeting Here. slumts to Jim Clark nt ti ceirts. dealer that is the beginning: huj lor which lie. paid $430.39. This A number of horsos have died in ,of the most profitable farming. did not include the expense of haulThe Central Kentucky Medical due to He tried Society held nn enjoyable meeting the Mt. Hebron district, thought. eatbtantiJMil HamtUr Cfaptay ( A He ing it from the depot. ing mould y com, it is (Incorporated) to buy up in the blue grass section, entfirtuin-e- d CUcaco USA Mr. Villn Speake and wife of but could not find it there. The here Thursdiiv, and weie Q. I H C Srric. Banta Carpenat luncheon by Dr. J. have returned horn after a parciry of feed is getting to be a The purpose of. this Bureau Is to furnish. free of charge to all. the best Information problem. Someipcl Times. ter, nt the Carson restaurant. A visit to his brother, Mr. ltobcrt interesting papers were Speake. obtainable on better farming. It you liao beiioiw Steams', Cumberfaud Falls, Wliit-le- y, number of any worthr questions conccrnlnrsofls. crops, land dralnate. Irritation, fertiliser, etc. l'iiiu Knot and Strunk ull want read, and the session was well The Ladies' Working Society will your Inquiries specific.ind send them make meet nt the church next Thursday to I II 0 .Service Bureau. Harvester building. to be the county seat of the new The meting was held in the re- ut 1 o'clock. Chicago. USA comity. J. II. Bmisjlimnn bought the hand- ception room of the Lincoln County Mr. John Pruitt and Miss Nor;t Cowan, the some young Sims stallion last week National Bank. Dr. II. Chirk, were united in marriage lit orpajing $130 for him. J. II. Baugh-mn- n President, called the Society toTom high noon, Wednesday of last week der at 10 A. M., nnd Dr. J. & Company sold to T. W. Jones Secretary-Treasurer, read nt the parsonage by Bev. Malum. Price, n nice heavy driving horse for $130. the minutes of the lu- -t meeting, Immediately after the Ceremony they Sheep killing dogs were at work adopted. The members drove to her father's, Mr. Will Clark, in the county again labt week. Will which were present weijo: Drs. Hoppor. Cald- of Jonstitniue county, where a nice Shanks lost about 17 out of one of well and Godby, of Perryiille. Drs. dim cr awaited them. Mr. Pruitt is his flocks while the canines kitted Cowan, Smith, Diniliip, Giiffin and a highly iespected gentleman and a six for S. II. Itnugliman. Ilnynes, of Danville, Drs. Kinuaiid, prosperous fanner of this communiHas Allen, of the Wuynesburg Acton and Anions, of Lancaster, Dr. ty, while the bride is a ery popular .cctioii bought a nice Jersey cow, I wit's considered one unii joiu'g lady and j. i. rriee, oi iiiirrou-utirfrom Jake KobinMm this week, lie Drs. Caipenter and O'Bannoti, of of the best operators in the Hustiu paid $30 'for the bovine which ho Telephone exchunge. Their nlauy will milk on his nice 175 acre farm Stanford. The annual election of officers friends wish them a pioserouv-annear King's Mountain. meeting and Dr. happy life. John S. liiiughuian & Sou, of wa3 held lit thi, Mr. Jim Clark, who bought the Duke Morgan Godby, of IVrryvjlle, horse BoIf, feold a was chosen prcsidoin, Dr. Jes-- e A. Herring faun from J. I. Hamilton mule to William Johnson of Burgiu, Anions of Lnncaster, vice President, some time ago, has moved to it. nt $175, secretary with Dr. Price, Mr. Levi Kelley mm family have M. Cress sold 40 heifers to Mr. Dr.s. J. Cowan, of Danville, and Bertie returned from a visit to relatives at THERE IS REAL PAINT Ho-e- , of Winchester at $20 per Carpenter, of Iliistonville, censors. Junction City. head, the same I'reachersville trader The essayist of the meeting, Dr. Mrs, Mln Cecil of Danville, has nnd also some stuff mixed with cold 20 heifers to a Garrard stock Ai'ton had for his subject Pneu- been with her mother, Mrs. Fanny that is not man at $10 per head. cheapening materials with Jas. 1 Hamilton bought n saddle monia Treatment discussed by Drs. Pollard, for the past ten days. worthy of the name. If you have It was Mrs. B. I. Swope was hostess at lind experience with the latter kind horse from the Hon. John M. Farra Kiituniid, O'Bannon, Griffin, Acton, a dinner to n few fiieiid-- , lust Wedyou tor .A273. you don't want another. If Cowan nnd Caldwell. Dr. Duuhip nesday, s Cre-- s and Jones' bought 70 haven't take our advice and don't reported nn interesting cu-- c of gall .Mrs. Hubert Clark enteitained in .hogs from Lincoln farmers ut Buy our Teal paints 0 cents, and n lp of butcher stuff stones and exhibited several .peci-men- s honor of the bride and croom, Mr. experiment. of calculi, which was discuss- und Mrs. Pruitt. and sae yourself .disappointment at from .'I (o 4 cents shipping both Smith, Cowan H"v. Mulinu was. called to Jellieo, , and cuttle to 'the Cincinnati ed liv Dix. O'Baiiiiou, nnd money as well. hog-nnd Tumors by Drs. Carpenter and Tenn.. to be with his mother, who Ky. market. Stanford, J. A. ALLEN. sevhud iivsiidden stroke of paralysis. bought 100 bar- Acton. Dr. Carpenter reported J. 11. Thoinp-o- u August BarteK at eral cases of goitre with a large two He returned Several day ago to fill rels of corn fiom pound goitre successfully removed his appointment witji the different $4 per br.riel. J. N. Iloss bought 4 by surgery and leported scTcrnl wagon loiuU of corn from Mr. Sow-d- cases of surgery of the triangles of churches. Mr. Malum is thought to be some better. a't $4 per barrel, the neck nnd auxiliary regions. Mi. Jessie Sanders was at Fro Clayton Arnold bought a bunch of The next meeting will be held in hogs from Ed Clark at IVrryville July IS. The essayists dona, last week visiting fiieim- - of d James Clark sold n bunch appointed were Dr. F. II. Montgom- her old home. 7 cent- -: Til porkers to Clay Ar- ery, Kclopis Pregnancy; Dr. of J. It, That stalwart and splendid demo-e- i nold ut from 0 to 0 2 cents, and Kiunuird Acute Di ut. Col. It. II. Broiiiiugh, of (Vub .1. II. Clark sold u lot of Orcluml, announces as n candidate all ltogs to the siinie (ruder at $0.50 , Oi if fin, I'pidemie Corobro-Sr.uii- u will Meningitis. for Assessor. per luumii-u- . t, of Captain A. J. Doty had his flock ot sheep attacked by dogs, Itwing 2S lambs und two grown sheen from one onslaught. Noel and Kurtz bought, 32 head of See us before you sell, get cuttle from Mr, Roberts, in ice in country or delivered. I of Lincoln, at $19 per head; T. E. PHONE 153 IlilJ 'bohght ,10 head of steer- - nt the Ktniitoril stock pens (I cents. Elijah llnv bought n biiucn cattle nt Stnnford n of $15 per head. V. A. Lear engaged TUDOR, Mgr. 100 lamb- - from North Bogio'nt n Jpnet. ground' 7 cents per pound. --MU . 2. i i rrnm Yniir Local, Dealer ,i:nn. IHC Spreader mi ..... .within two miles of Stanford for Fnu'. r W tMUIIFU I Vil U1UVIII" 4 $ r" The meeting here wn pronounced nt fiii1 f n iMoKnMtititn(nV nmir. Fi .wa. ! VUllliJ l It 'Oill onu tiny. The Kentucky Stnto Board of Health nnd Dr. J, N. McConnnck, and the great wotk done by this hodv wnj lii'itilily endorsed nt this meeting. 111 - R(Sv BfKHBBBBH MIBIMiillMIBWBWi ' Dr. Miles' ct Pills Antl-Pal- n IHC Spreader x. IMSB'iSfl BBBWIllBTSVIllV J For Sale By "''IIY'S DUC tTORE I J - re 20th head-nch- e, or T First National Bank STANFORD, KY. is exceptionally qualified to serve the f- inancial needs of individuals, firms, banks 1- -4 and other corporations. It is a United States depository for Pos tal Savings Funds. SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, april 21st m $1.5 Round $.5Q Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN g, Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. four-year-o- ld Meumo-bac-terine- -. SPRING OXFORDS. OUR 130-pou- 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. er The Hialiest 175-poun- lbO-pou- 1-- Polie-Myelit- 177-pou- be paid for Produce, kinds fiides and Furs. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. Northern White Seed Oats Crushed Ear Corn . ( Cotton Seed Meal Linseed Meal , 400-iMiu- If You're Going to Buy Buggy this Spring See E. C. Pence's different styles and 800-pou- H. B. Northcott T.K. f J. C. McClary I wjJJ. M PUBLIC SALE offer at Publio Sale on Saturday May 4, 1912, home near Duddernr'a mill on ford, containing two acres and 15 pol"s of laud, plenty of water nnd fruit, good house and out buildings If not sold it will be rented. Also years old, work one horse joti put him, one wugon und UNDERTAKER AND CMBALMKR harness, one buggy und harness, STANFORD KENTUCKY. farming implements, nlso miiiio Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. household unit kitchen furniture, consisting of one organ, one Chiffonier, also lot of chairs, one bed, L& N. sonic carpet, one glass safe one No.'M, Mouth, 11 IM r. M. cook btoie, one heating stove nnd No. , Houtta, 10:15 A K. . NO. 14. Sorth.ltM A. many other things too numerous to o,M,Morb,AlWr. . mention. Sale begins at 9:30 X. M. o.it.iosNa.m. No.M.liWr.M. PROF. J. DATSOM. a. . Gilbert Creek, Ky. uny-whero Dix lliver, four miles south caster, nnd four miles east of Lanof Stan- makes. Anything t suit the customer. Come and look. Hay, Straw Salt and Coal. - ,. " ' 1 Fertilizer and ALL kinds of Farm ti l Prompt Delivery. v TIKE THBLE mci, Ant. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J. H. Baughman Stanford, Kentucky. 4 Co, X jot. a '