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XXXIX NO. 33 TFESDAY, APRIL 23. 1012 R TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. KOREAN PREACHER EARL COLEMAN LOSES SIGHT OF ONE EYE. Is Named After Superintendent of Metnodist Sunday scnooi FHutar Yeung Man Suffers Remarkable Loss of Vision Which The Methodist Sunday school of Slaufnid is supporting n nativu Baffles Specialists preacher at n cost of fflOO a year, nnd sent their quarterly host of friend's licro nre disIli the first of April. His tressed to Icara tlint Hurl H. Cole-inn- nnine is Rev. P.nr link Myers. The who win Inkcn lo Louisville school has his photograph and autolast week to ctjiiittlt mi eye special- graphy, lie it 2(i years old, is well ist, has sustained thu loss uf hi educated, having taught in thu mis-n- il right eye, from some cause which mi Schools. Ho is pastor of u tho phyieinnH nre iinahlo to as- church in Longdo. The SuuMiiy certain. It was lit first reported schuol has given him an American tbut his left eye. was also scrioiM-l- y name, J. U. fcnrtsi.vin honor of the affected, hut his father who has SuiHTiiiteuilant, whoso iropwttou Ivcn with Iiim (it the St. Joseph's to pay of his bnlary liospitni inco lie wns taken llicic madi the entcrpriHO possible. b(i.v, that the sight' of the left eye SMITH BAUGHMAN is unimpaired, and it is not believed that it is injured. Mr. Coleman began to suffer with Announces Candidacy For Nominalu.s light eye while ;n Stanford last tion For Sheriff Next Year week, baiit(r stopped off here on Iih his plaeo of business at return to Formal announcement is tundo in AIi,l.!l,.li.iTo, after having taken the the I. J, toiluj uf the eniidldituv l reexamination for ti pharmacist' "M. S. lt.iiigliiiiiui for the democrat io Ho hail nouiiuutioii for Hhcntf of Lincoln gistration at Louisville. been studying exceptionally hard for county, Hiibjcet to the primary which this examination, and it is believed will be held the first Saturday in thnt this mnv have affected Wic August;, 11)13. There is probably no member. A blur came before the better known democrat in Lincoln yight of the right eye. followed by comity than Smith liuugbmnii, and excruciuting pain, nnr hi local phy- tho ueWfj that be js nit announced sicians had him taken nt once to n candidate for the nomination will bo The spec-inli- tt the word for his host of fricudj to .pceinlist in Louisville. made n thorough examination inllv to his Htnndnrd. Eight years mid was unable to locate the exact ago he rerved n term ns tdicriff of cnusc of the injury to the member', Lincoln, and made a record then in lie MtnnUcd, however, that a blood thi office which has never been exclot or some foreign matter in the celled and seldom equalled. Four might have lodged on '.be years ago ho was defeated for the blood nerve of the right eye and thus af- nomination by only a few votes, and fected it. lie made n complete ex- this tune, his friends believe be will amination of Mr. Colcmnn and found mnkc even a (stronger rncc than he lfim othonvise in iK'rfect health. Ir did then. H,, will make the race for fact, (mid that be hail not in a long the nomination again, it is under-ntoo- d, upon the record he made in time seen so perfect n specimen of otfice before, and the hpecial fit-nmnnhood. which his friends lielievc that It hns been only n few month .ince Mr. Colcmnn left Stanford to lu possesses fir thu duties that denn officer. rater the employ of the Lee phnr-nmc- v volve upon Few more at Middlosbnro. WANT REVENGE popular voting men have ever gone out of Stnnfonl. and everyone nerc JfeeU a deep svnioatby for tin- - fine Stanford Team Will Try Hard to Defeat London Here Saturday. young man m hi trouble, and hope that it may prove but temporary. The Stanford High School b:isC ball CANDiDATEsTiusy team will piny the Sue llennett school from Loudon on tlit. local Three on Hand at Lancaster Court. grounds iiekt Saturday the 2?th. This will be ae of the most hotly Medina the Democrats contested games uf the season. The After sp.euduig a week in Mercer Loudon lads defeated the Slnuford his team in n ten inning game April the county, meeting and dtux, County (!th ami the local boys want icvengc. candidacy to the large crowd i expected. (Same Attorney W. S. March in in Lancaster Monday and will spent tno-- t culled at :i0. P. M. of tins week in Garrard pushing bin ENTERTAINED HIS FRIENDS candidacy for the Democratic HumMr. Samuel Fisher, delightfully Attoriliation for Coiuinnnvvculth's ney. Hundred- - of the leading demo- entertained u number of his friends crat,, of Mercer pledged themselves lat Fndav eveume at his home on lo him, and he, like" ice, received a Wbillev avenue. Tlio-- p preenl weie iteyiiold. nml Mr. very favorable leeeptiou in Lancas- .vliss Isiiliclhi sanuiel Fisher, MisN llrssii. Holtz-clater Monday. ninl Mv. .lese. Hockcc. Mi- Judge Puryenr, of Danville, wim on band at Lancaster Monday, Let tie Walker McKiunv.v. mid Mr. nlo accompanied 1C mniiv of his Boyle Claience Cooper, Miss Emily Murcounty supporter, who were boost- phy and Mr. Harvey Wilkinson, Mi., Deitie McCIuie mid .Mr. Lud Fisher. ing for him. e Col. Jack Chiiin, of HurrodsJiurg. Miss Lejn Ilolderinaii and Mr. IIiohii, nml Mess. Kwrett Spit-la candidate for Congress, was at nml fiuv Maitin. of Cnib Orch-arIiura-te- r, nlo, shaking bands with Dclighttul icfioliiiiciils weir1 lie says that he will lie the oi-s- . in Lincoln soon to shake bands with served at the propei hour. A nilin-bof interesting t:amcs wnv phi' the Rood democrats heie, and lei them see vbat be looks like, evea id, whiih were Ihoiongldv enjoyed though hero they all may be for ly all. Eveiy one nyietted Lincoln's tnvoritv con, Congressman much to set. lb,, hour of dcpaituie V niiive. Huivey Helm. Ko-lean u, one-four- th es pie-enttw CAST FOR THE "COTTON PICKERS" Were Given Shelter and Food By Proqram Announced For The Great H. C. Walters and Stole His Knights of Pythias Minstrels Watch When They Left On Friday Nlqht. Shelby Young, two young men from Wayne county, were held to tlie'grand jur under $150 bond, by Judge J. P. Ilailey in the County Court livst week for thu theft of u gold watch from 11. C. Walters, n well known larmer of the Hubble section. They were unable to furnish bond and will lemaiu in iail until the Mnv teini of court. .Winchester confessed to tho theft, but Young denies thnt he knew anything about it. Tho act was a particularly mean one, lor Mr. Wlaltcrs had taken the men into his home, given them a bed tor the night, furnished lliem supper nml breakfast, all without chuigc when they told him ,11 talc of woe. They cam(. to his place seeking wuik but be luhl none to trive them, und when Iheynid that thev were without money', hungry, and hunting a place to sleep, he took them juto his home, and mnde them Winchester and Elmer drear interest has been nroiife.1 nmong the Knights of Pythias and their f i icads all over the county in tho minstrel play ''The Oeorp'a Cot-Jo- n Picker" which will be put on nt the opera house hero Thursday night April 2.". The local cast is said to have shown exceptionally fine "form" at ichcarsals, under th0 . "'!ii!! prof. Arthur Wl.ceiei, and some fine work before tho footlights is expected. The urogram is (is follows: nll-slar I , Chorus "Down 'Mung do Cotton nnd do Cane" Right End Left End deo. Rankin John Euglcmuu John Fields Will Martin .Muck Fisher Marshall Stone Interlocutor. Mr. John Mencfec. Opening comfortuhlc. Then in the morning when they left they managed to steal his watch, thus showing the meanest sort of spirit, and proving themselves the basest of iiigrute. They are said to have sold the watch for t2.n0 and it Is believed that Mr. Walters will recover it without trouble, while the pejiitcntiarv yawns for such as hid ungrateful gnc.'ts. SOLOISTS: 1 Met You... Mr. Ed Hnllar.1 Since If all mv Dreams wero Made of Gold I'd Ray the World For You.... Mr. Walter Singleton In The Good Old Spring Time Mr. W. 1. Kiucaid I'll Meet you on the Golden Shore Prof. Jos. Ireland Lingering Love .. John M. Waters Oh. You, Molly Dear DELIGHTFUL DANCE Mr. Mnihhall Stone Driving Horn,, the Cows From PasMr. Tho. Ends tille Given Friday Evenina By Bachelor When the Sands of the Desert Grow-Maids of Stanford Cold Mr. Leonard Suter .... ' Op-pi- er d. or vi-r- "CASEY JONES'" of playi with the "lost milium" anil utliei ieep ami complex rroo!otiis. the patrons of the Opern Homo Company next Friday will have a chance to .spend an evening enjoying a pl.iv that makes no pretentious nt one whose sole puipo.e is to lift the weight of care that sometime lies heavily on the mind. The jii question is Cn-e- v iittraclion Jones," which is full of laughable .Mtuntious and clever pcciutiit), vet unlike most tnice comeilies its .,;ory in pluusible and is taken r'io:u an actual experience in one of oui large chick. After a slcgo the gni'st ot lur siter Miss Fl.w-nCivciis Sunday. .Miss Mildred Cosby, ot Danville, has been the recent gue.st of Miss ci SHORT LOCAL NEWS. Mr. C. Jlnvs Foster win. in i) on luisinrss Mundav. i Mrs. Alb.it Smith, tit' Danville was llicb-mou- seii-oiisiie- llcr-l- e Hill. MiseA Mary and Anna Ollish, of Wayncsbuig, have retituii'd from a trip to I'lovida. bilin T. June is enrrjing his left toot in n sling as n icsiilt of step-niu- u on a tiistv nail. The iniurv is giving him much pain. Die lcgiilur meeting of tle Diadem Lodge. Knights of Pythias, will be belit fniinv niglit (his week instead of Thuisd.iv uighl, the usual meetBIG SEASOrTEXPECTio ing time. This change is uuulc on AT ELIXIR SPRNGS. ncioiiiit of the minstrel plato' bo given b.v the lodge Thursday; night. A big season is expected, at Elixir brings ninny ailConstipation Springs, tlu famous health ieort in Casey county n few miles south of ments in its tiuin and is the pri MeKuiuev. Manage!' It. M. Houehiu mal y cause of much sickness. Keep bn made a gient many improve-incut- s your bowels regular madam, and during the winter mid has uu will escape many of the ailevery accommodation for his guests, ments to wlich women nre subject. lie is making a rate of $8.50 and Constipation is a very simple thing, $10 a week, which is 'oonsuAlerad but like many eiv reasonable when tho character lead to serious simple things, it may consequences. Nn-tuthe water, and quality of accomof often needs a little assistance Many modations is cousidcicd. from hero will spend much of the and when Chamberlain's Tablets aro Hummer theie in search of health given at the first indication, much n ml rot. distress nml sufferinjj may bo avoid, cd. Sold by O. L. Penny. A cyclone hwept over Illinois and killing 8.1 Indiana Sunday evening In cases of rheumatism relief people, injuring over 200 and doing from pain makes sleep aul rest posdniu-Hgthousands of dollars worth of sible. This may bo obtained by apThe "tnil" of tho big wind was with little plying Chamberlain's Liniment. For felt in Kentucky, tho' Bale by 0. L. Penny. damage. re e. Sugar Fool Mr Ed Italian! Hank Mr. Walter Singleton Mr.'-JnMiss Eliza Fields Mildred Cosby mid Mr. Eiistlandof Col, Anderson ..Mr. Jim. Menefee Danville, Miss Prill Newborn and Siiiccr i Dancers Cake WJilkers. Mr. Itohou, of Miss It. New hem and .Mr. Tom New hern, of If you want to hear the latest nnd lltistouville, .Miss Josephine Sau-did- most tuneful songs, the funny jokes, nnd Mr. Mctcnlf, of Hiistuu-ill- the sweet voices of the quartette Miss Ada Wesley, of Liberty, the antics of the genuine southern and MrJ.T. Wilkinson, Miss Clara negro, a reproduction of cotton planCollier and Mr. Collin, of Ciab Orchtation, a genuine cake walk, don't ard, Miss Lettiu Meltobcrts and Ml. fail to see the "Geoigin Cotton PickAlex Doty, of Lnncastcr, .Mis, Angle ers.'' at the oncia house. Thursdnv Kinuniid, ot Lancaster mid .Mr. Ash-b- y night. This organization is compos- Wan en. Miss l,vle Cooper and en oi me etenm ot iiinitem Will McCi.it. Mis., Mary E. McKin-n- No. SI K of P. for its benefit. and Mr. Joe Hill, Mrs. I..s Mr. Rosen ed seats on sale. Look, at KiuiieV and Mr. Claude Itibb, of the program Ain't it a oeach? Loudon, Mis-- i Anna Chancellor and Mr. Cassidy. of Danville, Mis,. Lena LANCASTER Meek of McKiniicy 'mid Mr. W. O. Martin, Miss .Mary D. Deck ofOlc-Kinue- y The ministers of the town deliverand .Mr. Jnck New hern. .Miss Sunday ev.Maltha Hommel nml Mr. Hubert ed most fjraphic Carpenter, Miss Murv linrnit? and ening on the late "Titanic Disaster'' Mr. Collier, of Crab Oi chant. Mis which is stirring the heaitb of all Solhe Iltudette and Mr. Spalding the Ameriau people by the pitiable incidents connected Hill, Miss Gertrude Wilkinson ami and pathetic M. I'jortinan or Libert v. Mrs. U. fl, with rue great tragedy, llracc Montgomery, the Ilioniiugli and Mrs. Wallace Gover. son of Dr. .Montgomery of Danot Crab Orchnill. Mis.. Kurie Wei's of Junction' City nnd Miss Letiie ville suffered a broken ankle while Walker MeKuiuev. Cluipeioucs: engaged lu a game of ball here Mr. nml Mis. John Fugleman, Mr. last Friday afternoon. The High School Team of this and Mrs. Mnishull Stone, Mr. Geo. city played the C. I'. Preps in u Lull L. Penny. Stags: Fled Cook. WesFriday afternoon, nnd won ley Embrv, Cm I Carte", Juntos C.iop-e- i. gome over them by the score of 4 to '2. Robert Coffey, Hen Weareu. Leo only fcatuie of Kiiplev. Slcpheiiso'u Doier, J. C. The pitching of Doty 'the gniiiet was the for Lancaster Rev nobis. T. J. Hill. Jr.. Frank Philwhb allowed only tlnee hits, both of lips, Messrs Rule and Herriu, of Dr. Carmen, of Paint Lick, the opponent's scores having been Messr., Priehnrd, Reck, 1). Jones. T. made on errorn by the home tenia. Hi nee Montgomery, the 'thiid base Hay, Ji., McCIuie, L. Clark, L. Caldwell. W. Craig, Stone. I). Thomp-mii- i, man, of the Preps, was injuicd when of the home team J. Walter, Toliu, Ranks. Mass- thu first ing, Swopo Price, Wiseman, Rnnisey, slid into him. .Mis. J. T. Williams formeily of Cosby, Lioney Hettinger, Havs, ot Danville, liarrv Caiuuil. nml Joo this place died at her. home in nfter a lingering .illness Will Rout, of llustouville of tuberculosis, ago 4!) years. A nnd six children survive When a medicine must be given her. to young chihlien it should be Ms. Sulliu McCorniack lccently pleasant to take. Chnmbeilain's old hoi fa mi nt Paint Lick uf fumc-thin- g Cough Remedy is made from loaf over 100 neies to .Mr. llibbatd sugar, and the roots used in its for .fl20 per acie. The Woman's Club met ' Wednespiepnration give it n flavor similar maplo syrup, making it pleasant day afternoon with Mis. Theodore to to take. It bus no superior for Curiey oil Richmond street. The colds, croup nnd whooing cough. yibject discussed wiis "Seal let Letter," several of th,. club- making For sale by G. L. Penny. tnlks on the diffeieut diameters in Hawthorn's tiagic New Thin mail & Peters, of Spring- England story. bought last week fioin field, Ky Mrs. Jniiies N. Denny and daugh John S. Wyatt, of Mt. Steiliu, Ky , ter, Miss Katie Lee were m liar tho grenj brood mine Minnie Marlast ' week attending the nxlslmr shal 1111)0, n daughter of Roiubon Presbvtery iu session then und visChief, (lam b.v Wyntt's Marshal ncy, iting Mrs. Mnrgiiri't ' Pearson Mr. second dnin by Gimey's Denmark. Benny's sister. She is the dam of itho sensational Dr. mid Mrs. J. M. Trnee, of show stallion Murslml Chief, Rich, Maysville, have announced the en laud Chief, McDonald King, Lady gagemeiit of their daughter Miss Whitefoot, and Nettie Mack. Francis Lusk Frnzoe .and Proffessor John I). Holeomb, of Mercer, sold Henry Lloyd instructor in matheu good team of mules last week to matics at Transvlvnnin I'niversity. Mr. Jennings, of Garrard county. The wedding will occur nbout tho Prico if MO. last of May or first of June. The Many of the young folks of Stnn-f(- d nnd vicinity greatly enjoyed the Ituchclor Maid's dance which was given at the opera house last Friday night. The evening was-aideal oiu and the music furnished by the celebrated Saxaphoiiu Trio, of Columbus, Ohio, was said to have been the best heard here upon a similar occasion, in u long time. There were quite a number of visitors from out of town, and all were given dehght-lu- l futertuitiuient until the early hours. Among iho.se who were dancing weie: .Mr. and Mrs. Hays Foster. Miss MR. MACK FISHER "What is What." DIADEM QUARTETTE Messrs. Hnllnrd, Stone, Ireland, Martin. RILL HAYS AND HIS UANJ0 COTTON PICKERS HOLIDAY Aunt Chloe Mr. Geo. Rmikin t.tr.. Mose Mr. Mnrslmll Stone .Mr. rnd Mr& W. 0. Goodloc are Mr. Mack Fisher visiting 'dative I'librihnm in Springfield. young couple will go abroad oil a bridal tour, D. F. Rankin bought 10 Htccrs at fl l-- 'J cents nnd an other bunch of 10 of n ho ut the sumo. wcight nt (I 4 cents. d C. A. Arnold shipped n of hogs to Hubbard, Tlauss nnd Rngsdalc, at Cincinnati, ,'tlie consignment consisting of -7 porkers, tho ..following being sonic purchases mndo to complete .Mr. (he Arnold having raised the, gi cater number of them: From Ashley Arnold 24 bogs at $7.20 per hundred; from the same stockman 20 Htiont?i nt n cents; rrom William porkers nt rt Lear 21 its; from Milu Simpson S hogs nt 0 cents. Lnwon nnd Hrowu, of Lnncntcr, bought 10 d hogs from F. D. Herring, of the Prcaehersvillc section at .ifi.fiO per hundred. II. K. Sebnstin of Foist Garraid, bought .'to slmnts nt $G pel hundred ftom Coffey Jenkins shouts from Hen and 10 Grimes at (! cents per pound. J. D. Ends nml sons, of Lincoln, have been engaging wool from the sheep ini-cr- s of the Itrynntsville section, the following being some uf their conducts: From Colby Jen-- ' kins 100 fleeces a't 2o cents per pound; from Louis Brown 150 flteces nt 2o cents; from R. J. Hur-to- n 7o Recces", from William Svvope 10 fleeces from Ren Swope 'M fleeces from T. 1). Chestnut nbout .100 pounds of wool, from Aimer Hughes 2"."i pounds, from Cyrus Daley 120 pounds. All being engaged at the prevailing market price & cents per pound. Mr. Hannah Sweeney enraged 150 pounds to another wool buying firm at 2;i cents. Mr. Sloan, of 'tho Itrynntsville section sold 100 barrels of corn to Mr. .Tony Caldwell, of Royl0 county, nt ?! per barrel. Mr. Monte Fox, of Danville, bought two wagon loads of corn from Mrs. Florence Italian! of lower Garrard for H per barrel. .Mr. G. A. Rowling sold a pair of horse' mules to Mr. Hoover, of Nicholnsville, for 1-car-loa1160-poucar-load, 220-pou100-pou120-pou155-pouJJlO-potinWil-linin INTEREST IN REVIVAL SERVICES IS INCREASING Rev. S. M. Logan Continues to Speak Powerful Words to Connrena- tion at Presbyterian Churoh Tho interest in tho services at tho Presbyterian church on the part of the people generally increased during tho last few days. Mr. Logan is opening up tho Riblo and his jxpo.ition of truth is calculated to build up the people in faith and inspire them to good wWkn. ' i The afternoon meeting mt Thurs day and Friday were particulaily iiciiiuii. On ihursdny the subject of the "Humbler Ministries." was discussed. Tfio scriuuii wus full Of encouragement for tho humble disciple who treads the quiet way. It was also full ot rebuke lor the Iny church member who uses fulse humility as a cloak for indolence On Friday afternoon Mr. Loguu 5jnve mi excellent exposition of the wonU of Paul in Titus 2:14 show ing thnt the peculiar people of that famous passage were eIioeu prcpaied nnd fitted for particular to-be ..t.... Mi-- s Sue Shelby Mason left last o. week for several week's visit to her sister Mrs Win. Fox Logan in Wil- - e, ! ej Lib-cit- y, Mrs. Hugh Hemphill, of N'icholnsville, is the gnet .if .Mr. nnd Mrs. y. A. Arnold. Mrs. Wm. Itogle has returned to New Or leans after, a visit with her paients Mr. and .Mrs. y. U. Wherritt. Mrs. J. R. Paxtou, of Stanford has. been visiting her mother Mrs. A. C. Robinson. Miss Mary Chestnut is in Lexington visiting her sister Mrs. John Woods and family Mr. and Mrsj.J. It. Itourne nre at home nfter a visit to their daughter Mrs. W. K. Winner, of Stanford. Mrs. Am Robinson is in- Danville visiting Mrs. A. Prico and T. J. Prite left last week for several weeks' visit to Mrs. Jt. It. Orel in in Foit Pierce. Fla. Mr. Homer Tinsley died verv smlt denly ut his homo live miles of r, of hem t disease. The deceased was n veteran in tho Civil Wnr. Resides his wife and son he i.s surviied by a brother. Mr. Salem Wallace, formeily of this county now- - a banker intlio city of Lexington, will be inariied oil Wednesday t.) Miss Lillian Lee Jdfferson n daughter of Mis.. Tl,0s. Chiv Jefferson, of Lexington. The maiiiage will occur nt the Baptist t lunch and will he a leading society event. Tlit, District W. C. Tv F. Convention wil) meet hole May first and secon.!, beginning Wednesday evening with a Demoiest contest in which six young men will contest for the silver iiiednl. On the last evening Mls. Fiancis Itcauchiiinn will i.ii,. .... . ' one of hei :... iiiicresiiii? icciuros. keshaire. Pa. Lau-castc"' g very hjrge company; the church crowded. It was at the evening service however that tho interest was most keenly felt. After tho preacher h very touching appeal from Romans 13;1, the congregation wiw visibly moved. Many felt the urgency of the call to new consecration and when the invitation was given hgood number came forward and gate their hands 'to jthe ministers thus pledging themselves to new loyalty and larger service. Sonfe made request for prayer. On Sundny afternoon nn informal eonfcicr.ee of men was held mid af ter a very friendly discussion it wns agieed thati a Presbyterian Rrother-hoo- d bo organized and a meeting was called tor "that hnirpose fdr Sunday April 28. the sermon on Sundny night wns preached fioni 2nd Tim. 1:12. Tho pieacher urged bis hearers to com mit themselves fully to the Loid, Jesus vChrist. oe-in- serv ice. night Mr. Logan Oa Thursday preached on God's best gift, Tho Holy Spirit. On Friday night the theuip was "The New Man in Christ" Mr. Logan urged his heurerd to follow Paul's exhortation, to leckou themselves "dead auto sin but nlivo unto God" nnd to bring their experience up to that high standard. Sunday was n great day. Both services were very impressive. The ovenin service was attended by a -- 1. J sZ . Js . I THE STATE OF CASEY Rev K. G. Martin preached an interesting discourse, at the Baptist church Sdudayv He is an able 'expounder of the gospel. Mrs. F. 0. Burger went to U'sterduy to e her father, .Mi. J. J. Elliott, who continue very ey Nil ' ' - 'A ; 'J ill. Mrs. S. D. Muiphv, ot Moieland. was tho guest of Mrs. W. 11. Wilkinson Inst week. YAhutis the matter with nominating Judge Walker, of Lancaster to defeat the Hon llaivey Helm for Con giess in this district? Wo nuiko the motion, second it, and pledge him n ey. majority of oUO in the Stute of CasLiberty News. Tho trouble, friend Thomas, is that he might not do so well in Garrard after his recent manipulation of the Tuft steam roller in the Convention there. of Intcriiution-a- l Company's gasolin' engines which J. L; Beazley & company have sold in this county, was photographed in front of their phu a iiusines, last week. Mr. Beazlo" U pushing the Internutiwiun i.irni machinery for all it is worth, and is making an almost unprecedented record tor sales. car-loa- i THIRD The thiid CAR-LOA- D OF ENGINES d Harvester ALBIA LOCAL MAN IN CHARGE .rTu-tia- - Jas. Franklin Hays recently tetiirned f i urn Richmond. He has had n ca-.of tho small pox. but is now recovering. Two mad dog weie killed by Tuesday, on Buck Creek. Thomas Osboiuo nnd Isiine Os. borne stinted on their journey Thursday to Illinois. Theie wus mi nirival at Henry Osborne's Wednesduv in the form of u baby irnl, Henry wus ns of it as lie was his lirst pantaloons. unit loitliel's wite is very ill, probably will not recover. The player tnetiiig lecontlv or ganized at Oak Grove is still mid steadily iueieasing. Rev. J. M, Cummins tilled his nn. iwiiitnu'iit Saturday night and Sun- day at Oak Giove Last week C. W. Ott moved buck to Lexington. Cieeio Rustiu has rented and moved on bis faun, Lilbunt Padgett bus moved on ft Wearen Hughe went tlnougli Kentucky Inst week with 'a InVpnrty of .Memphis business men, wlio vutj or ihrii vny ii Washington to get' Congiess to make an appropriation of s.V00.l)0Q with which to repair no (laiiiugo ilono by tile floods of lie Misiisii).-i-i this suriii!?. Air. HughesVas in charge of the special train in which the paity ma do tha trip. "Our l. r v ..k baby crios for Chamber-Iain- 's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. T. B. Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga. "It is the best cough icniedv on the market for coughs, colds mid croup. tor salo by G, L. Penny. POPULAR AUTO MAN HERE. Mr. J. JI. Wakefield from the Studebaker Corporation. Louisville Branch, was in town this week showing the E. M. F. ";t0" and Flnndeis "20" curs. The Danville Ice & Coal Co., have the agency for Lincoln county and Hasehleii Bros., well-know- 1 A. HayVjana near Olive. Tho Jbag' looked fm wedding of of Lancaster reiresen't this line of A. L. Puyno and Luslis Allen took cars in Garrard. Mr. Wakefield is place ut the bride's home at Etiui, n here having; traveled thw K.v. 3l-2s(ate for 5 years. p. --xr: . t i Vt. 4 I, THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ' 'itr wx-e- o Boys! BOYS! fa IffivCJii It May Be Raining Tomorrow Rain Coat or a Rubber Slip-on- ? We have them from $3 to $10. ? I 1 riiW uvnn . V $&vJla l 2Jr It now time to put on one of these "Wooly Boy" suits. THE BEST MADE is I? Are you prepared for it, with a Men's Shoes ffUHH T i Iffl r 11-- Ik Severance & Son HE . m rasp 1 m -- PRICES blERIOK JOURNAL Eitabllthtd 1172 THE EFFECTIVE Tastes Like LAXATIVE Like l"" ffi iJ - pJlS . flww ,lfc V2V 1 cs VtflaV I $3 to $121 11 A V kCCXXR. xmvoirro by MATCH co. CHICAGO HELTON M. SAUFLEY,...Publlihtr and Is Eaten Candy. The only Suit 'Wooly;Boy"---tha- t has the style, fit, durability and workmanship. In our experience in tho lmiulliii.c YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE of dniRs and medicines, we believe we have never hud experience with later at tbe roitofdce at man- nnv Remedy that Rave such prcnt to our as do or aa second claaa mall. Ke.ii!l Oidurlir. Thii Remedy is not lik any other laxative of cathrd POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. ' &n When the painter & applies paint on your house T , it is to vour best interests tn knnw whaf that paint is its spreading capacity its appearance its durability. You are the and who loses if the paint goes wrong. Make sure of good results the most satisfactory and economical job by hav- The announcements in this column of their fnulto. Oir,own faith in IJexoll Orderlies arc o"f candidates for office, subject tn the action of the democratic pri- i' so .troiif? that we offer them to you with our own positive pergonal ma ry: C'lnrantcv. thnt if tliev do not thoi For Conqress ouslily satisfy you, onlv need tell COL. J. P. CHINK, OF MERCER. aand we will hand back to you FoK Commonwealth's Attorney every pennv you paid us for them. EJIMETT I'UKYEAIt, OF BOYLE. Therefore, in trying them upon our reeonuiH'iid you take no ri-- k W. S. BURCH. OF LINCOLN. whatever. For Sheriff. Rexnll Orderlies tate like and M. S. IUUGID1AN. arc eaten Hkc candy. They do not For County Judae. prip, eaiie nnusca, excessive looseness, or any other annoynnce. Thev T. A. RICE, act so easily that they may bo taken M. V. NORTH, at any time, day wr nnrht. Thev arP For Circuit Clerk particularly pood fgr children, aped. J. D. WEAREN or delicate persons. They are put J. F. UOLDAM up in conveuient tnblets in three sbes of p'ackajes, Prices 10c, '25c For Jailer. x ond fiOc. . PEYTON PARRISII, Kemember Rexnll Remedies enn GEORGE DEBORDE be obtained in this community onlv DINK FARMER at Penny's Dnijj Store. The Rexnll WILLIAM H. HESTER ttoie. --, artic. It contains all the pood of other laxative, but none fea-tnri- w It's the style of a shoe, the comfort of a shoe, the service of a shoe that counts, and when a shoe is deficient in good looks, good feeling or good wearing qualities, then it's a poor shoe. Now, listen at this, for it's true. For a $3.50 dress shoe there is no shoe we know today as good as the "Manss," in dull, patent or tan leathers. The "Walkover" in $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 shoes, for looks, last and ease, is certainly in a class to itself. Many leathers, all colors and a last for every foot. "Nettleton." When we come to this shoe we hesitate. If we do the shoe justice it will look to you like boasting, and yet we want you to know that there is no. higher class dress shoe made in America today than the "Nettleton" at $5.00 and $6.00. Mams, Walkover and Nettleton, $3.50 to $6. All Leather, All Colors, in both regular top and low shoes. W. A. CARSON I ! ed ing your painter use Sherwin-William- For Assessor P. L. BECK. S. M. OWENS, R. II. BRONAUGII For Magistrate J. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS, Gov. McCreary lias openly declar- BOWEN oooo oooooooooooooo s prepared Paint It is better than any other prepared paint on the market, or "lead and The Sherwin-William- s oil". Co. safeguard its quality in every process of manufacture. They make all their linseed oil; own and operate large 2inc and lead mines and smelters, and make their dry colors in the largest and best equipped dry color plant in the United States. The results are in the goods. Protect your interests and your property with S. W. P. i We that he fnvors an uiiiiiftructed delegation from Kentucky to the democrats National convention, and tHose who nre really for democratic success will undoubtedly nj;rfe that he is exactly rijiht. Kentucky's vote is jroins to be for the democratic nominee, whoever he limy be. Wc must pick a man who can carry the doubtful states. This i one time when the cause i Rienter than any man, mid ho' no patriot who puts the pergonal deiro for lus enndi-dnt- fl above his lovo of party's There plenty of pood timber in the democratic ranks. Let's strongest man, and win name tl this time. fcuc-ce.s. sell it The verdure of vegetation in this section say, spring is here. We suppose some folks will forget about the hard winter and scarcity of feed etc., during the winter past nihlgo ahead and rnis-- more tobacco this enr,regnrd!es of whnt will follow next winter. Ihe fact that tho raising of tobacco is hurtful to the one who raise it and also to tho people as a whole is intontrovertibly true. IMeditnte on prices nnd the high eo- -t of living and see if the cause can't be determined readily. Mr. Geoigu Coffey ,who recently rnowd here from MuKinuey. is :oing to opm up a first class general store nnd also engage in the huckster business. Wc uro sure Mr. Coffey is worthy of our patronage in his line of business. Thos. Taylor of King's Mountain, bousilit Arthur Stnton's place, consisting of twelve acres paying for same. Mr. Tuvlor is going into the vegetable business and also is going to raie moie than nn acre of watere H. J. NcROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky TRY A J. I. Case Corn Planter It will chec, drill and step drop. three and melons. PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Men's Wear We offer not only the Clothing and Shoes, but are ready to take good Largest Assortment in CARE of Your Spring needs in Hats, Caps, Shirts and Neckwear. w. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. DON'T Forget '' Contest Starts Saturday April 13th 1912 Come in and 8et f UH that the Piano L. L. SANDERS Crab Orchard Kentucky. Mr. Tuvlor is being visited by Wm. Roosevelt unrried Nebraska and Oregon by an overwlielminp vote ov- King, of King's Mountain, and also daughter, er Tat. Wu are really hesinnmp to hisMrs. Maggie of Cincinnati. Rus,ell hns returned ret alarmed lest Roosevelt should home from ii viit 'to her sister, Mrs. wiu out after all. busic Wan en, nt Burgm. Mr. J no. Helm and wife, Chas. HELM STOPPING THE LEAKS. NuniieHey and wife, Mrs. Lizzie Moure, Mrs Taylor nnd daughter, (Somerset Times.) Harvey Helm, of and Mrs. McGnirc and Mrs. Maggie Congressman the Eighth Kentucky, is still after Russell, all called on Mrs. Mack them. On an investigating tour of More, who is not so well nt present. Stephen Russell's two smallest the Schuykill arsenal he found that thousands nnd thousands of dollars I childien havo pneumonia, the young worth of shoes that had be boupht est being in a critical condition. Our Sunday school, which was for the army had been thrown away because, the toes or heels were closed through the bnd weather has slightly out of fashion, and that a been again organized with good inlarse quantity of clothing had like- terest. We nre looking wise been disposed of becnfco it wan forward with sliphtly off color. He also found bright anticipation for a good Sunlike day school this summer. that tho officers were living kings and eating out of out fc!nts Miss Maggie Fox bus been visitin? utensils bought with money belong- Miss Chrismnn in Danville. Mis3 Ada Buchanan is visiting her ing to th0 people. Such extravagance as he discovered is almost sifter, Mrs. Warren nt Burgin. W. T. McGuire, who hns about 300 past belief, and ho will take tcw to remedy the evil. Mr. Helm acres of land to break is about ono doj'ig a great service for tho coun- half through. R. II. Crow lost nearly C5 lambs try in showing up the woeful waste in tho maintenance of the army, nnd and other sheep during tho bad if he had no other claim upon his weather, making n total los3 of constituents save his efforts in thot about $.100. W. T. MoGnire, who bought a lot line which nre bearing fruit, they ought to return him to Congress by of cattle recently had ono of his best steers to full over a steep cliff. n unanimous vote. Mr. McGuire also bought six head of work stock this spring. SPRING SUITING Miss Sara Mills, of Junction City, Mv new sDrincr nnd summer sam is visiting he,r mother, Mrs. Mnlindn ples are now ready for your inspec- Russell here. comprise tbe best on tion. They Mrs. Chastccn who 1ms been quite tbe market. I can suit anyone as to sick is somewhat improved. Charlie Russell, of Stanford, price who had his clothes made to r.ior. A cult made to your measuro spent last Sunday with his father, is preferable to ready made clothes. Stephen Russell. J. F. Russell h'ns been taking the To have tuera mnuu iu lucuome school list nnd is nbout through. .lnasn't. post nnv more tbnn ready Thajiumber of pupils in the district and fit is con made when quality will le something over 80. sidered. Come in ana wi me i Mr. C. A. Moore nnd J. M. Buchyour measure. anan were in Danville Saturday op H..C. Rujrfey, The Practical Tailor. business. Drops two, four grains without changing plates W. H. HIGGINS RESOURCES OF Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Comptroller's Call of February 20, 1912 Loans U. S. Bonds and Due ' from U.S. Treas S34Z2S4.78 JOS. OOP. OO S447, 2S4, 7 S37.SO0.O0 Lincoln County Bonds Cash and Due from Banks Banking House Quick Assets: OtHer Assets: 4.OS.73 S 73.60S.87 SS.300.00 SS3.I63.6S Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars First National Bank STANFORD, KY. is exceptionally qualified to serve the financial needs of individuals, firms, banks and other corporations. It is a United States depository for Postal Savings Funds. . Jb. - tr "MalHMW '.V. ,4"fe.'i-j; tv . V THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 3 V i "The Georgia Cotton Pickers" 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. j RATINE Is the name of the very swellest j thing in wash fabric. For Coats and I one piece dresses it is the correct j fabric. We have it at 39c, 69c to $2 per yd. 3 yds of the $2 grade makes j : j : I route to Pnint Lick Sunday, to muko n short visit to Mr. MetcnltV former home there. They wcio accompanied by Mr. Metcnlf's brother, Grunt Metenlf, who has beeli visiting him nt .MeKinney. Mis Mn.tmc Haniscy has lelitrn-tdfrot- n n visit t nor brother. Mi. Hurdettc Hnm-e- y tit Paint Lick. Mis Hnllie Drown, of Lancaster pas-e- d llirutmh hcic Monday on her uy to Danville to visit Mi-- 3 Tliouip- SOIl. BEAUTIFUL SILK PETTICOATS $1.95 TAFFETAS or ME5SALINES Shsdei. Ttne Quality. Sent Poitpald on Receipt of 9103. Money Returned if Not Satlifactory. All Stsnd&rd Miss Susie Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, pnssed through hero laic ln- -t Meek, on n visit t friend in Louisville. a dress. NO TAXES on Your Clothes And You Owe Jt To Yourself To Wear The Best. - Severance & Son SOCIAL AND j Lena and Mnry J). Heck, It. L. of, MeKinney, and Me-sr- s. Clothier, John Kirby of Kno.wille, and C. A. Cnsidy of Danville, were the guests ot Miss Annii Chancellor for the danee. .Mi-ses COLE 8c EDDY, Dept A. 467 Wcjt 150th St., New York City. .i "Casey Jones" is coming to town. SHORT 'LOCAL NEWS Mr. Claude Hibb came down from London to attend the dance. Xunnellcy'rt Candies Fresh by You've heard the song. See the Mr. George D. Wcnrcn, was in Mr. S. I). Hartley h quite ill. play "Casey Jniie-- " which .iomci to espro-- s, today. Penny Rexall Store. Lebanon !nt week on business. Mis9 Knncy Vender ! on the sick Mr. and Mrs. X. W. Fowle bpent tho Stanford Opera Hou-- o oa FriliM. Ju-- t of received n car-loa- d Saturday and Sunday with relatives' day night. Wcnrcn were in mciimouti. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Jct-sfence W. E. Perkins Crab 33-- 4 Hev. J. G." Livingston will preach in Lnucnfctcr .Monday. Mr. J. P. K. McKcown nnd son, Mrs. 0. 0. Perry wag in LciiiiK-to- n of Louisville nro her,, with her mint, at Mt.Zion Sunday morning ami Sunday night April 30. Itemember the base ball game lust week on n viit to friends. Mi. T. W. Pennington. Saturday, Stanford High School vs Miie Lena nnd Mnry D. Reck, Master Jamie Thotnptun. of Ml. "Casey Jones" is n deadly enemv Sue Hennett .Memorial. Vernon, hns been visitwj; Mr. I It. of MeKinney. were the guests of Mi Anna baneellor for the dance. of .Mr. nnd Mrs.Groueh. He will IIuchiH. Hev. H. It. Noel hns returned hoincl slip you the heartiest laugh of the I'hclps, of Hich-nioMiiH Jeanctlo Mnry E. Ilnnkla hns been av hns been iMtMK Mis UesMe alter n visit to relatives and friends season. nt Junctipn vointed iostmi&tress nt Paint Lick. fCity to fill the vacancy caused by Hill. Mr. Joseph Hopper Ppcut SaturA Hyomei outfit costs only $1 nt the death of the Mrs. S. H. Hoyd nn.l father, Ir. late Col. J. Henfy day and Sunday with the home-folG. L. Penny's he guarantees it. It is Hankla. . P. Logan, of Knoxville, have been worth $30 to nny sufferer from cavisiting Mr. J. S. Huekcr. Mr. J. F. Neighbor- -, of Livings- tarrh, asthma, coughs, colds nnd Wool sacks nt State Bank & Trust Mr- -. John Mention, of Somerset -her iter Mr. catarrhal deafness ton, ha been brentho it. Co., tag wool nicely. J. D. Ends & is hero visiting her dnuuhtcr, W. K. Warner. 27-A. C. Hill Sons. Mis Lettie Mao Meltoberts. of The sixth grade will have an open Mis Lneil,. DuboM. who hat been Lancaster was the guest of Mis of the Literary society FrivUitinj; Hev. P. I Itrneo and uife, Annie Dni MeKobert- -, for the Wesley Johnson is out again after day afternoon, April 20 nt " o'clock left Monday for Atlanta. C51. dance. quite a severe spell with his eye, in the nuditorium. Everybody i3 inMU Annette Wniv tpeiit Master William Wcsterfield, of one of which he lost tho sight of in with her patent6, Mr. and Pari, was here la-- t week visit- vited to nttend. nn accident a few years ago. ing his aunt, Mrs. M. D. Elmore. Mrs. II. C. Wray. in Danville. Insure with the leadinq comMi-- s, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. (,'. Wray, of DanAngie Kiunnird, of Danville, For Sale. Handsome harness ucM of Mr. and wn the gnejt of Mis Lyle Cooper panies. Fish & Bromley represent ville were the mnre, 4 years old, perfectly gentle. them. All lines. V. S. Denhnm Sunday. Mr. for the dance. Phone 109, Lock Hox 208, W. P. Mid? Joan JJnll has returned to Mi- Ada Wesley, of Liberty, atvi-- it Miss Lena llolderman has accept- Kineaid. her home in Iinenster after n tended the dance here Friday night. io her daughter, Mr. Jlohon Cninb-bel- l. 'Oie, ns the guest of Miss Gertrude ed n position with the East TennesShe will see Telephone Company. For Salo or Exchange. My houso Wilkinson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Hall and dniiuh-te- r Miss Ilerthn Jnekon spent Sat- have the place that Miss Myrtle nnd lot near Depot, ltowland, Ky., Margaret Knceuin, of Lancaster, urday and Sunday with Mr. nnd Carlton hns had. Miss Carlton will 1 eight room hou3o plenty of water return to her home nt Sonorn, Ky. at door good barn nnd out houses, pent Sunday with her rdstcr, Mrs. F. M. Shumate in Dniivillc. god repair with store in connection. Campbell. Mrs. J. F. Govcr nnd grand The admission fee to Prof. Wm. I will sell this property cheap or will Con'ntv Clerk. Geo. H. Cooper, ha daughter. Eiilu Hower, are Mat tin's the courr lione been confined to his home. for her daushtur, Mrs. W. II. Worslmm on fYid.iv CAcnine will bo 23 oc.iis exchnngo for a small improved farm. days, but i thought to be im- nt Corbin. For information call on or writo lor ndii!t3 and 10 cents for chill'-enproving Frank Cordier, Rowland, Ky. Hev. W. E. Arnold nnd wife of lie speal.H to the fnimers hero (lover and Danville, stopped over here between Wnllnec Medniuos ( 'ifteruoon. Ilculicn Hronnush, of Crnb trniiu Sntuiday on their way to I enn make your old straw hats hero Monday bi'twojii Coibiu. stopped over Lost. Hrns tap off automobile look like new. Also clean nnd press had been traiii with friend. They N'ews has been received heiv of nicely. Givo mo a trial. Mrs. 1ewi-- , Kiener at Junc- the nriivnl of a little son nt the axle; rcwaid for leturn to this of- your clothes Harry Hroaddus, next door to 33-- 2 fice. tion City. Mr. nnd Mr. Clieiinult Judge J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, home of of Middlesboro. The mothCoekrell, Mi Hertha L. Jackson, render n day or two last week was in town WoodThe great Titanic disaster will be and Miss Mary Mooro Hnnev. The Judge w er was formerly Mi i Minnie on legal Imbinc. son of this town. will present Tennvsoh's shown ij moving pictuies nt the oplookinir younger every day, and is era hou-- e Sntuiday night, showing After lingering nt dentil's door for "Enoch Ardco" ot Open Hou-- e. Echo. as n colt. tits frisl-of the several days. Mrs. S. II. Haughmnn Friday May 3rd 8 P. M. Everyone' the wreckage, survivors on the Mrs. W. S. Grinstcnd, wife hori vt nnd other somewhat improved, her mnnv pastor, received word Tuesday friends will be glad to know, nnd is familiar with the noem, so fulland rible sea. tragedy.scenes of thothis. Don't miss heautv and pathos. The beautiful morning of the denth of her mother. much encouragement is felt as to effective nccnmpnniiifcut i" roraiws-e- d Mr. Mary UnuuiMnrk. nt Mount her condition. i by Hiehnrd Stinus. This is to Fish nnd Bromley offer you the 82 ago Sterling, at the advanced 11. II. Metenlf nnd pretty littlo be given under the nuspie?s of the het in life, health, accident, fire, left years. Hev. nnd Mrs. .Grin'.tend livestock, of the Christian ehuroli. Ad lightning, windstorm, Tuesday afternoon for Mount Ster- - daughter. Eliznbeth, of MeKinney, Indies burglary, pinto glass,, teams liabililr, 23 and 33 cuits. passed through here Sunday en mis-io- n linp. London hcho. ty, fidelity, They write PERSONAL k. We carry a full line of them in All-Wo- ol Suits from S121S to S30 ! Blue. Grey and Brovn are popular colors, aiicTwe have stocked-u- p on a full line of them for your inspection. They fit you, they wear you, and cost you less . "5 M. jut S. se-si- on Sat-urd- than ever. Cummins Wearen : Mrs.-Hohn- S it Stanford, Kentucky REMEMBER THE FORD - . S.it-ind- ay On-har- vi-iti- A Csr-path- bank s k V- - in ' etc. nil kinds of insurance. Coraparo their companies with others. , Beautiful Shoes is Creditors of Alcy F. Alford,' nre hereby notified to present their claims to the undersigned properly prqven ns required by l.iw on or beforo May 15th, 1012. JlUIU C ed AlC1' the way our customers describe our elegant showing of new spring low shoes for ladies. out-don- e F. Alfortl. $100 Reward, $100. The mdfn ot this paper will b pleaml to Irani that there u at least oue dreadeU didea. that n'lenr. hat been able to cur. la all Ita itaeea. ami that la Catarrh. lUU'i (?atarrb Cure Is the cnly poith0 cure uow known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh auras, require, a eonitnu oeuiK a constitutional tlunal treatment. Uall'a Catarrh Cure la takin in ternally actum directly upon the blood and mueouc surface ot the uitcm. thereby destrolnc th foundation ot the disease, and string the Itttletit strength by butldln? up thA constitution and Ina nature In doing Its work, Ihe proprietors hate so ruucb faith In Its curatlte oers that they otter One Hundred Ilollars for any cam, that it UUs ta cure, send lor list of tetttinonlaU Addreta F. J 1 1 K.N E V 4 CO., 1 oil do, O. hold by all UruuiHIs. '3c. ako Hall f lew- - y rills (or romtlpall' 25?;W themselves in the drafting of thess shoes. The designers have fairly Let us put a pair on you and you will be pleased with their appearance, and they will continue to look right, because they hold their shape. Five Dollars will not buy a better shoe than the ones we sell at $3.50. auu to your wadding Money adds peace of mind To your honeymoon and contentment to your married lifo after. With money in tho bank you need not worry about erdds happiness See The White Nubuck Natural Nubuck Tan Russia Calf Black Suede Gun Metal Vici Kid See Us Before Buying Your Spring Goods Have nice Selection of Drug Uets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and see our Stock and be convinced. Q. S. bejng out of woik, about sickness or other misfortunes. Start n bank nccouut today and add happiness to tho fu- ture. Ask "HER." "1 The Tan Russia Calf we sell does not fade, for there is no better leather in any price shoes. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Deposits $71,593.85. Capital $50,000. w. SEVERANCE & SON -- l. Mccarty, Pres. MT, HA- - ST G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. M. . SALIN, Cashier. J. 0. J. S. EADS, RICE, V. Pres. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, trtfm '""TT" .ill' ' " 1- - '.VT r THE ITAIlVttt INTCMtE JUBHAL, tTANFtttt, KENTUCKY. i rASPYJONFC l! Guaranteed Attraction OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY, APRIL The Greatest Comedy in Years' mm Sftw rear" r Illl'lliy I?rr r miiMinn:!, I f',JL flH i $?. . '- - m&j$r?sr, .frt- -- . i i dw Jfl ml JIIIIIIIIIII llilllllllillill CASEY nragiBMHr-rsrr- n I JONES By That Eminent Actor-Author A REAL COMEDY Newest Ideas Selected Cast Clever Specialties An Alluring and Fascinating Play of Today. You'll Miss Mr. Oliver Labadie. - . Don't Miss It! You've heard the song Now the see & play ItIf You Don't See It! Yon'llLauffli 'till You're Red inFacc Prices 25c, 35c and 50c. shugars tannery drug store Order Your Seats Early If You Want To Sit Down PUBLIC SALE I will offer at Public Sale on Saturday May 4, 1912, My homo near Dudderar's mill on Dix Itiver, four miles south of Lancaster, and four miles east of Stan-for- d, coritaininj; two ncr3 and 15 polys of land, plenty of water ,and fruit, good house and out buildings If, not sold it will be rented. Also ofie horse 5 old, work anywhere you put him, one wagon and harness, one buggy and harness, implements, also some . farming household and kitchen furniture, consisting of one organ, one Chiffonier, also lot of chairs, one bed, some carpet, one glass safe one cook stove, one heating store and many other things too numerous to mention. Sale "begins nt 9:30 A. M. PROF. J. DATSON. . Gilberts Creek, Ky. THE FARMERS et Mil Nina Carrollton, Leading Lady z. CINCINNATI MARKETS Ciiiciuiiali. Annl 22. Cattle - Receipt 2,10; market active steer-- . i4.7"i(ii7.&(i; $:i.7."i(i 7.25; heifer enww .2.25((ifi.l0; calves steadv nt 30?". ogs receipts 4.150; market z 44444 The lligliest Market Price will be paid for all kinds" of Produce, Posted Fred Handorf. I have 240 bushels of German mil-'lseed for sale; grown from south, em seed; first class seed. V. S. 31-- C Wigham, Moreland. Ky. I will stand a fine black jnck at my place on the Somerset pike at W. 0. Walker 32-$10 to insure. Farm for Rent. 70 acres all uli-dfence, 15 for cultivation, 35 acres in woods, 20 acres iu timothy grass besides the woods grass. 15 acres furnished free to a good man v.'ho will take care of fence and take iu stock, collect money and send to me besides wood, and garden and good land. Write me at 718 East Fremont St., .Bloomington, III., tko owner. Mrs. Annie B. Sweeney. j There were mighty few cattle on Monday I am standing two jacks at inv the macket at Lmictter place this season, one at $10 and and what were there were rather rough. Trading of all kinds wan the other at ;?12.50 to iiwure. M. S. rather dull. .Monday was Jioymi 32-- 3 liaughmaiL show day at Lancaster and a big Bernard Schmidt sold to W. T. crowd ws i" town. Several of the Price, of Boyle county, about 40 splendid sires which were bhown acres of Knob land for which. lie re- here court day were on hand, the ceived tho sum of $250. Lincoln county stallions making an John Duvall, of Winchester, sold especially fine show. Much' favorto an Qhio fancier, his prize pair of able comment was heard upon them. Mr. Dumules for $000. On tlie vall took many blue ribbons, and Woodrow Wilson carried Oregon ttiey were considered remarkable over Champ Clark bv 2,000 lokerp 2. er I Some Nice Corn' Seed Sale. For nrtivc nnd 1.125e lower; packer fT.75(u8: coininou hows $5f(J7.10; pis and lights $.ifrfl7.40. Shee) Iteccipts 2J7; iiuirket steady, $2.50 (ci.i.2.: I'ninlts steady, $5.50(7.20; spring IiiihIm Sfifd'H T. D. NEW LAND OUR A. M. Luce, of the Hubble section, lioir,'lit n nice filly from I). Spoouu-mor- e last week for which he paid .Mr. Luce will keep her for $135. tile usu of his family. Flow C, the damof Xevin CutGcutlemnii, has just dropped him a iniuhty nice horse colt by W. 0. SPRING OXFORDS. LINE OF SPRING AND SUMMER SLIPPERS IS NOW COMPLETE. IN PATENTS. VICIS. VELVETS ter's great young stallion Kentucky SATINS. TANS ETC. THE FAMOUS MAY MANT0N LINE. BEST QUALITY AND RIGHT PRICES. Walker's Carroll Preiton. Lame shoulder is nearly always due to rheumatism of the muscles, and quickly yields to tho free application of Chamberlain's Liniment 'For Snlo by U. L. Penny. for Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. Northern White Seed Oats Crushed Ear Corn Cotton Seed Meal Linseed Meal Hides and Furs. See us before 'you sell, get price in country or delivered. ' PHONE 153 Burhaid Bios., of Nashville, Tcnn. the Pei'cheoii ntallioii Judns t a company of A'kiir county men, composed of Walker Brynut, J. M. Blair. Clem Berton, W. G. McKinlev Clem Berton. W. G. McKinley. It. II. r, Price. S. F. McKinley, John M. C. A. McKinley, J. II. Young, If. 0. Price and II. A.1 Walker. .sold Con-ove- gooMoaBooaBoaBoMoMoooaoaBoaoMoaB&vGvcGaGM3aBGM o0oioMoMoMoMOMOMoaoaMOMoaBosoMoMoMQonwVoaadaBGaBoMoa II oo r t " is li! !; CALL AT H. B. Northcott T.K. TUDOR, Mgr. I li J.. C. McClary E.T. Pence's and see the latest style I THERE IS REAL PAINT UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER nnd also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not STANFORD KENTUCKY. Office Phwte IS7. Hom,Phone 35, worthy of the name. If you have had experience with tho latter kind you don't want another. If you CORN PLANTER. THIS IS SOMETHING NEW. Hay, Straw Salt and Coal. i! !l! ' Prompt Delivery. x v - LN.TIMETKBLB Uslt r. h. lUitiAM. M. No.lt. Xorth.lltOA. M. No.M.Nortb,fisV r, No. XT, 10:l a.m. No. NO., , Hootti, HOUtb, haven't take our advice and don't Buy our real paints experiment. and save yourself (disappointment nnd money Fertilizer of All Kindt. J. H. Baughman Stanford, Kentucky. Co. JOf. No.W,I:r. m. as welL RICE, Ant. J. A. ALLEN. ttaRfiri. Ky. M.I.IMIIIMIH.111