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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): April 26, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912042601_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): April 26, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t N - ' r ""W T" .Nnjr ? ' ""Try''' .i i.i The Interior Journal. VOL. XXXIX NO. 31 STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Stanford School Honor Roll REST KEPT BOOKS OF 'ANY CCERK IN STATE. n, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1912 Crab Orchard Mrs. Hiram Ray is with her daughter, Mrs. L. L. Sanders, for a few days. Mrs; James Manuel is quite sick. Mesdamcs Wallace Cover and It. II. Hronaugh, Jr., spent a few days in Junction City last week. Many of Crab Orchard's people attended court nnd the horse show nt Lancaster Monday. Miss Julia Goodwin entertained a number of her young friends Inst TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. LINCOLN COUNTY JURY TRIES ROCKCASTLE CASE LINCOLN SCHOOL l'rimniy Jcnnio Danictt, Sara BOYS TO RAISE FINE CORN OLDEST MAN IN LINCOLN DIES AT HIGHLAND "Uncle Ike" Rautfi Outlives all His Family Except One Daughter Mrs. Flora Walls Dies Suddenly Highland Apr. 25. On Anril 10th the anniversary of hi lilt til. Mr Iannn Hniicli. 03 vonra. f mrp. film nt IliA linmn n? hill daughter, Mrs. George W. Young. Lncie ike,' ns lie was tamiliany nown, has been a very active matt II bis lit'n 'iind wnR tnti ilnilv wnllf- iiig in the neighborhood, until about mouths ngo, ho began to complain 'lib on., of 111 j If ti,..sf. Minn, wliieb time he has lipon nnnCitipiI in hi room. He had been a member of the Methodist church some CO or 70 the siih Have Interestlni "Man Officers Mitchell, Jnnics Pnilon. Mary L. Hunt" After 75 Veniremen Stone, Dorothy Tribble, Lucilo Walut Bet Them AH ker, Annette Wrav. Grade 1. Eddie H. Itauclmian, Quito nn interesting "man-hunt- " was seen hi Stanford last Tuesday Kntheritio Hrucc, Adolph Cumenisch, night nd Wednesday morning when rrnuces risli, Leo Dnvis Fisher, Sheriff T. J. Nicely, of Rockcastle, Mary C. Hockcr,Nellio Mitchell, couutv came hero to summon u Adelaide I'roctor. Lclia C. Runey. Dpeciiil veniro of 7.i men to net ns a Grade 2. Arnold Ramsey.. Jose siKtiul jury to to' the Turpin mur- phine Gooch.Mniyie Lynn, Mnmia der caso i the Circuit Court at Mt. llutcliiusou, Cutlicrino Hrady, James Vernon. There was much scurrying HaiiKliman. Henry Daushruan. for "cover" when it becamo noised Grade 3. Joseph Hullou, GcorRe was in town Karris, Jnc Grimes, Marzarct Mc- fiUut that the for on such a mission, as few cored De- Clure, Margaret Shanks, Joseph Walter. the trip. Sheriff McCorty nnd puty Sheriff V. S. Embry assisted Grade 4. Sam Crnhr, Frank Cor- many rnn the visiting officer nnd ground be- dier, Francos Cormucy, Mar' Hill ''prominent citizen" to Jennie nn. Gntmaii.I'aul Garmnn, Sophie Ilock. er, Daisy Lunsford, Saun fore securing the necessary V. S. lish. the ders, Estelle Walker. 11. M. Newland and men, sour it well known insurance Grade . Mary Heck, Elizabeth ' sth!al-U,- ? Carter, Sarah Cormney, Tilden Coopn hiding il roar of the grocery of T. D.locked er, Carrie Davis, Allie It. Fish, -Thel-ngrocery, nt.d the latter Frances, Rachel Hill, Ruby- Hilfinally ton, Jno. Rcid McKinney, Willie them in for the niirht. They sevI'eppli-s- , managed to get released nfter Heath Severance, I'itt eral hours' confinement. A. num- Sampson, Annette Wearen. Grade G. Nancy K. McKinney, ber of business men locked their on Annie. V. Craiir,, Apnie R. l'owcll, front doors, nnd kept lookouts luty. but Mr. Embry outwitted them Ionard Dullard, llobart Arnold, by slipping around to the Imok doors Clarence Sinnlctoii, Frances Embry, lAe Mcrshou. nnd coming in upon them unaware Attorney K. K. Alcorn, of StanGrade 7. Xfntsy Grimes, Jean ford, wjih secured to nssist the de- I'axton, Ethel l'owcll, Adelia Rus-hd- lt pirv. Nelli,. W. Hill, Martha Raney, fense in the releetion "f the whiclu was finally made up of the llauloy Cash, Joe T. EmhO', Hart-we- ll K, Wilkin"", Shanko. foHowitl" foHtloniKn; Orade 8. Maude Arnold, Ella Jn. Gooeh, W. 0. Withers, A. C. Owsley New EieheiilicrBer, Jesse Hocker, Iewiv J. S. Campbell, Vv MnBirie Rnnkin, James land. Walter Warren. .Too Go ode. L. l'roclor, Trihhlo, Gertrude Gaines. M. Duncan, W. M. MeGuffey. J Freshman. Mniririe Jone, Kittie Slonfi. nnd Cicero Reynolds. Attorneys C. C. Williams nndJihit Jotios, lksi.ie Moore, S. M. Cnifc, awl Clinton Coleman. W. Drown are for the defmsf Attorney Jams Sophomore. Marion Grimes, Win. Commonwealth's nnd County Attorney Lewis are Grimes. Robert Carter, Effio Hauch-ma!.. i...i.. 11. .T. llethurum Elizabeth Mnthcny. Junior. James Cooper, Harry is presiding with great dignitv nnJ eminent fnirnesj. mere is no i...... neinhait. Senior. .John Ea Hilton-Wcircuit judge in tho stut.. thou Judge Delhumm, is the Kenernl opinion of McCurty. Jr., Willie Moore, Morrison Rrifht, Harris Cilleman, John M. all who hnvc l.uines in his- court Mnry Morrison Mntheiiy, Tho defendai.t. Turpin. is nn "Id Wnteis, who soldier man. nn , Iirrnin Campbell. was n memlw"- - "f I'"" unpnny com-dur-in- s mnnded bv Govenurr McCrenry Kubtlik Damrosch wnr. "The evidence against him Jan KuMik virtuoso of the viocircumstantial is said to be entirely lin, master of me'ody, vcrituble All parties to the unfortunate nffuir wizard oflhe violin; Walter Dam-rose- h snid to have been drinking he are orchestrnl leader for U0 night when Phillips was killed, years, composer and student of he much doulft nnd there is said to music. The New York Orchestra as to whether he did it or not. many for 40 yean the standard of exLelicving lliiit another innn.in th" cellence in this country, the criterguilty party. ion as ircste.i all for all masters, the favonto of The local de!csst:JR music lover. What Brainier splendidly during their stnv in Mt. combination of world famous feaEach man who made the tures, renowned Mitclliles Vernon of the trip, nnd wim not heleeted on the musical firmament, could be hrouejit $2 for his day's tor together in iury received one urnnd concert T kcs, and four cents njnile goinsr It U scarcely conceivable, yet it 4 nnd returnimr. This amounted to is to be. Theo three towering figuin the ease of thoso who did not res tluit have swned the destiiw-in from the county. Circuit feme oi luflsie f.ir years, uud whose pow. Clerk M. J. Miller, of the court ei,' and talents will be feU those there, discounted the claims of for years to come, appear at the money, paying tlu auditorium ill uie to who wnntel Lexington, Wed&1.70 forench $4 claim. As it may nesday night, May the first, offorinn rej, mouths before the money is everyone ir the Brundest program ever presentceived to pny the jury, ed at Lexington's annua! May D.iy the Stnnford crowd with the excep- Festival. of Mr. 11. W. Outer, cashtion ed his claim there and then. Mr. HAIR HINTS Caller said that he believed the amount htate - a in pi Rood for the Worthy the Attention of People Who niiil decided to wait for his money. fiisn io rrescrvcsiiic nun BLOODHOUNDS TAKE TRAI L Have your own brush nnd comp nt fiut no Evidence Secured To Con- home mid ut huir dressers. vict Gilbert's Creek Buralar Never use a brush or comb in public places, they uie ustiiilly eovoren Gi1 Di'k at 'I he More of J. with duudriitt germs, lbert's Crock was broken into bv n week with soap uud warm wnter ru Wednesday uteht. l.uirV Lurular last which is added u disinfectant. liloodlioundtf were put on the trail Shampoo tihe hair once a week twice enilv Tuesday moruiiiL'. nnd followed n scent htrnfeht to the home with pure soap and wnter. Cse PARISIAN SAGE every day, f a nefio who lives not far nwny. i, ruhnii; thoroughly into fhe sculp. As iiothni!; birt money hud been PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed there was no way to identify or implicate the nesro in the crime, so by Penny's Drug Stoic to destroy that no an est was made. dnndrtiff germs and abolish danShiritf MoVnitv went witlrMnr-fha- l druff ,or money back. Ileriint'. whin linumht the dojn To stop hair from falling and from Ilustonville. to the scene of the scnlp from itching, or money back. riiiie. and found that the buruhu To put life nnd beauty into dull had attempted to force nn entrance fmled huir, or money back. Prico 50 window, uud failing in thrnimh n that, had kicked off n imnel of tha cents. loor. Hut Vi or .f:i had been obtain. Rockcastle Case Affirmed. m1, tlirro beiiiK no ovidenco of any-thibut money hiivinc been sgiiKht. The Court of Appeals at Frunk-for- o Mr. Duck is 1h L. & N. iiBcnt nnd Thursday held thnt Albeit L. nlso postmaster nt Gilbert's, and it Pope of Rockcastle county. who considered lucky thnt n6thiiiB of iifjreed to give his wife, Margaret more value was taken. Pope .t'iUO on her ngreeuieu to lenu' . s: him hud the right to recover the James People's House turns. money hu had given her when she The residence belonging to Mr. failed to leave him. Tho judgment Jns. l'epples, on the Luiicuster pike, o fthe Rockcastle Circuit Court in near the home f Senator R. L. Hub- - this case was affirmed. tile, was destroyed by fire on lut- A new wholesale and retail dry tintordiiv night. Mr. l'epples lives in Stanford, mid the house was oc- goods company is being organized at cupied by n colored caretaker, who Somerset with $.r)0,000 to $00-00- 0 capital. A limited amount of was nwny from home when the firo occurred. The origin' of the fire is stock will bo exchanged for stock unknown. The house waft a two of general merchandise. The great storv structure and was almost in success of the Cumberland Grocery Co., has demonstrated the territory 'ashes before it was discovered. to be excellent. If you want some of Keep your house protected at ol' the stock for merchandise or cash times by iiisurinit with J. D. Wearen, subscription, address at once, Lock Box 35, Somerset, Ky, the Insurance Man, of Stanford. Heck, OlRa CnmeuUch, Mncjjio Kutheruie Kincnid, Mnri Says State Examiner And Inspector After Examining County Clerk Cooper's Records. Supt. Sinqleton Has Rig List of Those Who Will Compete In Contest This Year. offr '' m d. n, m. - , i- tak-tM- ne Denutv State Exntmher and In Supt. Gnrland Singleton hns comspector Phillip D. Arnold, of Frank pleted the list of lincoln county fort, bns been spending tho week school boys who will compete in the in Stanford, making a thorough ex- com growing contest this year. II amination of the books and accounts lias sent in the mimes to the Comof the different Lincoln county of missioner of Agriculture nnd expects ficers, which is required by luw. Mr. to soon receive the seed corn to give Saturday evening. Messrs. James and Clyde SanArnold bus, so far", found everything out. The young men who have enis in splendid shape in this county. tered the corn growing contest nrc: ders, of Stone, spent Saturday and He hud just completed an examina- ' Hugh Morris, Preston Tucker, Sunday with L. L. Sanders. Mrs. R. II. Hntson, of Lancnster, tion of the books of County Clerk Edward J. Mullins, Lee L. Mny, Geoige I. Cwuper. Mr. Arnold Mor?an S. Uatighman, Willie Russell, i the gne- -t of Mr. J. Thomn Cherstales that he has examined the (EIsy Johnson, Roland D. Singleton, ry. Judge Lewis Walker and wife, of book uud accounts of county clerks Smith Rankin, Coy D. Reynolds, Ora nil over the stute, but has never yet 'F. Harnett, Mike H. Monday, Ray- - Lancaster, are spending n few days found one who kept his records, and Jinoiul Dell, David Goodknight Wesley at the Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. J. P. Rogers has returned books iu such perfect shape as Mr. Smith, Arthur Wilder, E. G. Givens, Cooper. He glanced back over the .1. Itnsanll Tliiininsnii. U'ullunn (Inf. home nfter n visit to his father in books nt intervals of various lengths fin, August Ridder, Arnold Sims, Oklahoma. for Mr, Cooper hns been clerk hurl Warren, Win. Dudderar, Robert Crab Orchard Honor Roll here something' like 27 years and Holtzclnw, Lee R. Stnrapcr, Elmer found the same uniformity of nent-ne- s, Hays, Virgil Hiatt, Albert Prof. G. E. Everett, is doing a system, Simidlin, Lee Trowbridge, Robert groit work with the Crab Orchard nnd corrcctnosb throughout nil the years. Lincoln Russell, Thtdford Terry, Louis Von Graded School tin, season. The pucounty people have known for years Oruenignii, Carroll Timborlake, Robt pils are alt working hard and showthat they have the best County Parker, Ilownrd Kirkpatrick. Oscar ing up well in their studies. The Clerk in the State or United States Raker, Harnett Singleton, Geo. Todd, honor roll for the month of April for that matter and this official Lynn Gooeh, Rerry E. Ilownrd. John is as follows: believed Wilson, Hiram W. Adams, Dewey corroboration of what they Grade 1. David Rurdett. William will be both pleasing nnd satisfac- Rrnwner. Elmer Onstott, Robt. Lead ford, Cecil Foley, La Rune tory to them und to the popular ofErwin flnll. Otto Vest. Ed. Hazel Hunter, Sarah May ficial. er, Wnllace Gooeh. Shirley Gove?, Pettus. Roa Geiszl, Clara Doty Fish Mr. Arnold examined the hooks of Claude Oerkey, Hugh Foster, Hnugh-mn- u AIIinc McDowell. tho officers of Casey county before Phillips. Grade 2. Dossio Byrd, Ida Lee coming to Lincoln, and found thut Campbell, Alma Hunter. Evan REV. LOGAN CALLED HOME. sotre of the officers of that couu-we- re Joseph Hamilton, Edwin somewhat negligent in their re' Newland, Albert Vanhook. porting of vurioua fees etc. lie By Death In GraHe 3. Nellie Coram, Sue His Flock. So Special collected something like $200 from Eva Geiszl, Irene Manuel, Service Comes to Close them which was found to have been Snllie Smith, Frank Adnms, Jfuu- due the stale. Hnilev, Ernest Campbell. Lloyd Mr. Arnold is one of tho best The special services at the PresRogknown citizens of Frankfort, a lead- byterian church were brought to a Hamilton. Effie Kennedy, Fred ing democrat, 'and a splendid gen- close on Wednesday night. Mr. Lo- ers. Grade 4. Mannic Cntlin, Marie tleman in every sense of the word. gan was called away on Tuesday to WilHe is proving exceptionally capable attend a funeral service iu hU own White. Morrison Hnrrion, Geo. liam Moore, Robert Kevins, Floyd in the dischurge of his duties as ex- community. The season of speciu' aminer nnd iuspector nnd making meetings bus been productive of Remold. Grade 5. Sallip Baker, Mary Baia great many friends wherever he much good. Some of the young ley. Clifford Cntlin. lln Hunter. Jit ;oes. people have made acknowledgement lin Howard, Jennie Richardson. of their purpose to live Christian Ora dp 0. Bennie Duke. Joe Tom ROCKCASTLE MAN lives and unite with the church. Many huve been roused to new ac- EdmNron. Shelby Newlnnd. Johnnie Stephenson and Charlie Moore. Was One of Survivors of The Steam- tivity. Services at the Presbyterian Grade 7. Myrtle Geiszl,-- Nellie (hureh on Sunday April 28, 11 A. ship Titantic, Which Sank. Gooeh. Birdie Perkins, Annie Bnr-ne- i. M. "God's Share of our Substance." Maiiiin Dolman. Lawrence Heazley, a son of Mr. Services also at 7:30 P. M. Grade 8. ITnnley NYipier, Shirley uud Mrs. Roy Heazley, of RockcasGover. Bessie Reynold. tle county, uud well known und wide- Will Tell of "World in Cincinnati." Grade 9. Edward Edmiston. Kate ly related iu this county, was one. Napier. At of the survivors of the great steam- day the Methodist church next Sun evening ut 7 :30 Mrs. J. J. Dickship Tituntic, which sank last week. , Blue Lick ey will give a description of tho The Louisville Post Tuesday pubWe had a bad hail storm hem las "World iu Cincinnati". This great lished this statement concerning missionary exposition waj, exhibited week, but are glad to say there was him:' no damage, done. in Lawrenco Heazley, who was among first iu London, 'two years ago, second Messrs. James Lay and Clarence Hostou one yeur ago, aud the survivors of the Titanic disas- third in Daugherty are in Hustonville, preter, and whose story of the wreck Pageant" Cincinnati this year. "Tho paring portraying four scenes in corn and hemp ground this was one of the most vivid told model n was rendered week.. aboard the Curpathia, is u sou of b.v one mission;, Mr.s. Francis Atkins was thousand persons. Mrs. Roy Heazley, u liveryman, of Mt. Dickey will also gpo a brief account Mrs. Mollie und S. 11. Stringer last Veinon, Ky. the Woman's Missionary Council week. Mr. Heazley had been residing iu of Mrs. Katherine Ador and Mrs. England a number of years. He had recently held in Washington Citj The public is cordially invited. Fred Vongrueniguii were in Stanford not notified his relatives of his inshopping last week. tention to visit America. Messrs Hustonville. Libroii and Jackson Mr. Heazley was one of those who Daughertv. finished tho roof on the described the heroism of the musiTho regulur monthly meeting of new church hist week. cians uud told how they marched the W. C. X. C. met ut the Christian Mrs. C. 0. Daughertv visited her trom deck to deck playing while the church April 18th. .Mrs. McCor-mac- k cousin, Mis Mnry Stringer Sunday ship was, going down. Roy Heuz-le- .. and Mrs. Sandy Carpenter hud afternoon. his father, is u cousin tit Wilurraiigod nn interesting program. Mr. Walter Manning, of Lancasliam II. Heazley, who conducts u Mrs. June llocker gave quite an ter, was the guest of Mr. James drug store nt Fifth and Hroadwiiy leading "How it all ." Oniigheity Sunday. iu this cityi Arrangements are being made Mis.s Lillian Lay, of Ilustonville, to send a delegate to the district conFlyinq Machine For Brodhead Fair. vention (tit Lancaster on the 1st and was viitiug nt'Mrs. James Lay's Sundny. Mr. A. M. llintt. the popular cash- 2nd of May. A niimber Jack Neu bom spent Wednesday attended the of our boys and girls ier of the Citizens Hank of If rod Sunday school rally ut head, was here a short time Friday with the homefolks. Tuinersville Sunday. Mr. J. G. Weatherford hus morning. He is boosting hard for Mrs. W. A. Hazlctt visited her he Hiodhead fair, which promise lioiii n weeks' iishiug .spent daughter nt Highland hist week. to be bigger and better than ever iu Tennessee with Mr. linker. this year. This fair lia just closMrs. Jim Powell has returned A Treat on May 3d. ed a contract for a i lying machine, fiom u iit p her sister iu CovingStanford is to have a genuine in which tin aiator will mnke daily ton. tieat May 3rd, something entirely fights during the 'throj. days' exhi.Miss Jessie Powelt Is guest of her different from nuy form of bition. This will undoubtedly roe sistei, .Mis. Will Murphy, near Stuu-torgiven before in years, aj tremendous il inning curd, for no something so beautiful uud interestneioplane has yet been seen iu this W. O. Speed ia able to be out ing, uud so ubove the ordinary, that Uis. pait of the stute. again, utter a seveie illness. no ope can afford to miss it. Ol Mr. and Mis. Hob Herry uud son this date the talented and popular FIVE NICE BUILDINGS were iu Duuvillu Saturday. epiessioii teacher of Stanfoid LOTS FOR SALE. Mr. and .Mrs. F. M. Ware und Giaded School, whose "ability us n daughter, of McKinney, motored to reader and entertainer needs no If not told privntely, we will on Tennyson's court day Monday May 13, J012 at this city for church Sunday morn- comment, will pie-c"Enoch Arden." 1:30 P. M., sell at public outcry to ing. Mr. John Rout was iu Dauville the highest bidder the follow-inweek. Among the list of new carpora-tioii- s nice building lots iu Stanford Ken- last Mi. M. L. Pipes aud children filed ut Frankfort last week tucky. weie here Sunday tor a shoit time. was the R. M. K. Flour Company, 1 lot 1)0x370 feet mid 2 lots GGx lluny Stagg'was the guest of his Livingston, capitnl, $12,000;' 138 feot. These three facing Miller s. John H. Walton, Mary avenue connecting with Logon av- sister, .Mrs. ill Riffe, lust week. Mr. Gruut North was in Stuul'otd Krueger nuil Aiiiiu Krueger. enue. Alsi. 'J lntu (U)vl:itt f..nl fm.in.. Monday on business. Misses llettie uud lsu Floyd were BIG SEASON EXPECTED "Vhitley street. These lols join each other, mil offer separatu and then in Dauville Saturday, shopping. AT ELIXIR SPRNGS. Miss Stellu Lewis, u returned as a whole. Terms eusy uud right missiouary, addressed a large uuui A big season is expected nt Elixir prices. Springs, tho tumous henlth lesort in The sule will be mode on Miller her of the C. W. H. M. last WednesCasey county a fow miles south of street between Logan And Whitley day afternoon. Mr. uud, Mrs. C. R. McCormuek McKinney. Muimger It. M. Houehiu Hughes & Florence. avenues. and sou were guests of Duuvillu tins made a great many lmprovc-meut- h during the winter mid lias Tho suit of the Hastiu Telephone irictidc Saturday. Mr. J. P. Goode returned from every accommodation for his guests. Co., against the Eust Tennessee for 'He is milking a rate of $8.50 and damage to the f miner's line which Cincinnati Sunday. Mr. J. W. Davis is with relatives $10 a week, which is 'considered was cut down near Hedgeville over aud friends here. I very reasonable when the character u yeur ngo, wit settled for .200. A lurgu number of our peotne of the. water, and quality of accomMexieuti Government refuses The went to Moreluud Tuesday to hear modations is considered. Many t recognize the right of the American Government to instruct it on its the lectuies etc., by the special car from herds will spend much of th people, t Much interest was summer there in search of health duties in iUr observation in and rest. law. Gov-Lew- is. n, -i r -entsr-tuiument d. -ut iucor-pynitoriuter-u&tiou- al curs ami wns laid iiunv tn rcst hv of his wife iu the graveyard at thn Methodist: rlmreli. nfter funeral services by his pastor, Rev. lulled. "Uncle Ike" was undoubtedly the oldest man in Lincoln county at the time of his death. He out- iveit ull lus tamily except one daugU ler. Mrs. Younsr. who is left tn mourn his loss. Some of our furmers are about cady to plant corn. Mr. O. G. Snenke will more lii-- i mill to Garrarjl county in a few. lays. Rev. T. B. Stratton, of Barbour-vill- n held nuarterlv meotiii!? rvippj nt. the Methodist church Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Henry Mills preached at the Christian church Sunday night. Born, to the wife of II. II. Jones, a girl. Our community was considerably shocked a few days since when the news was spieud, that Mrs. Flora Walls, who hns been subject to something like epilepsy for n number of years, had died ia one of her fainting spells while lying on the floor before help could arrive, there being no one present except hert three small children when she fell to the floor. Her remains were laid away to rest in the Christinn nlmrM, grave yaid nfter funeral services by I few Diltnril fViunli LuU. UL tl. .......... vui.v.., lMlUl P IttC Methodist church, of which sh wns n member. She leaves two daugh ters. Mrs. Tom Jenkins, nf this ,!iin. beside three smnll children to mourn her loss. Mrs. Mollie finslinonii, nrw! ann Grover, of Garrard county, Mr. an Mrs. MeGuffey, of Stanford and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baugh, of Danville, attended the funeral of .Mrs. Flora Walls. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Terry, of Neat's Creek, Mr. nnd Mr.s. Dee Reed, of Turnersville. T). A. of McKinney, and Mrs. S.arah Austin and Mrs. Floyd of King's Mountain attended the funeral of "Uncle Ike" Baugh. Mr. und Mrs. Tims Butt nn fam ily of Crab Orchard visited the fam ily ot .Mr. John Butt Saturday and Sundny. Miss Susio Butt, of fVnli urd, spent several days with Mrs. .annie Jintt. John Faulkner, of Ludlow. nnm to Highland nfter Mrs. Faulkner and Master Ralph, who have been visiting here several weeks. Mr. Joe Lnstin who hns been quite sick is somewhat improved. Mr. J. A. King whose health has been failing for the past two years has been considerably worse the past thiee weeks. Hia daughter Mrs. Moore, of Danville, is spending a few days with him- here. Mr. F. M. Long, of Stanford, visited his daughter, .Mrs. 0. G. Sp'euke Sunday. Mr. O. G. Spenke made a flying trip to his mother's near Lancaster Sunday morning in his iiuto which lie purchased last Saturday. .Mi. nnd Mrs. Will Jenkins, 'of Vniinrsdnle, Mercer county visited the family of Cyrus Jenkins lust . - week. Mrs. Chin ley Cook is quite sick at this time. Josiuh Ilorton. of Stnnford, was out to see his brother Frmilr Sim. day. Mrs. George W. Young wishes to thank the many friends mid especially the younur men who sn ly rendered their aid in waiting on her aged tnther, uncle Isaac Baugh during his last iluys. Mr. und Mrs. R. W. Godbey and daughter, Grace visited Mrs. C. M. Young hist week. The "Georgia Cotte--i Pickers.' Much to the regret of everyone, the K. of 1. minstrel performance Tho "Gcorgiu Cotton Pickers" hud to bo postponed until May 10th, und wns net presented Thursduy night, as it hud been mlvcrlNed. Tlioso who were promoting tho play said that illness in the family of some of those who were to take part, necessitated the postponement. The members- of the lodge promise a much better erformance nt the late date, when nil of its friends 'are invited to be present and enjoy a pleasant evening. A strong gas well is said to have been Struck Oil the flrnham Kiin'mr property near Harrodsburg. Tf 'j, .V'J-'J-'- I V iTXi'iXP 11 j it T7. THE STANFORD IHTERIOW JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the fsisas ELECTRIC RAILWAY From Gallatin. Term., to Stanford Being Bushed There siajasa"' sass' essssssssFav 9sssssdBBss) "1W ,Xa, L ? I y n i STAIRCASE RIEtJART BY MAXY RO&ZRTS JUUSTfiAVOm BY ixe&B&s-mnmirconfA- 7N5ri V J A Gnllntin, Tcnn., paper Inst week COPMxrrsas ar L-- Ay tin d. B ifr YNOP8I8. - i J .I .r CHAPTER Hil Inns, aelnst Suardlan of 0rtnid and Haur Sunnr-slhsadquartera at It was about nine Amldit numerous difficulties the deMrtL As Mlu Inn locked o'clock, I think, when the bell rang uprvntithe night, ah waa startlod by a and for he waa ushered Into the living ark flfur on tha vtranda. room. When her system is in a deCHAPTER It Bh paaird a ttrrthtt "Sit down," I said grimly. "Have nlcht, which waa flllad with untmlr ranged condition, sho may Ixj ooUtt. In tha moraine Mlaa Inno found you found a elsw that will IncrlalaaU a atranca link euS button la a clothaa me, Mr. Jamleson T" predisposed to npoplexy, or hamper. He had the grace to look uncomforof some organ. At this CHAPTER and Halstr arrived with Jack Bailey. The house waa table. "No." he said. "It yon had time, also, cancers and tumors awakened tr a revolver shot. A itrnnir man waa found ihot to death, tn the hall. killed Mr. Armstrong, yon would have aro more liable to form and begin left no clews. You would have had CHAPTER IV. It proved to be the too much Intelligence." bodr of Arnold Armstrong, whose banktheir destructive work. er father owned the country houia. Ulna After that we got along better. He Innra tnund Haliya reyolrer on tha was Ashing in his pocket, and after Such warning, symptoms as lawn. He and Jack Bailey had The link cuff button tnyiterloue-l- y a minute ho brought out two scraps sense of suffocation, hot flashes, disappeared. of paper. "I have been to the clubIieadaches, backaches, dread of CHAPTER V. Detective Jamleson and house,' he said, "andamong Mr. Armthe coroner arrived. Clrrtruda revealed impunulnjr evil, timidity, Bounds to Jack Bailey, strong's effects, I found these. One Is that aha waa with Whom aha had talked In the billiard in the ears, palpitation of tho room a few momenta before the murder. curious; the other Is punting." r The first was a sheet of club heart, sparks before tho eyes, on which was written, over and CHAPTER VI. over, the name "Halsey H. Innes." It irregularities, constipation, varl-abl- e was Halsey'a flowing signature to a In tha East Corridor. appetite, weakness nnd When the dAteclire left ha enjoined dot, but It lacked Halsey's ease. The inquiotude, and dizziness, aro ones toward the bottom of the sheet absolute secrecy on everybody In the were much better than the top ones. promptly heeded by intelligent household. The Greenwood club promised the same thing, and as there Mr. Jamleson smiled at my face. women who are approaching tho "His old tricks." he said. 'That are no Sunday afternoon papers, the period in life when woman's one Is merely curious; this one, aa I murder was not publicly known until said before. Is puzzling." great chango may be expected. The coroner himself notified , Monday. The second scrap, folded and rethe Armstrong family lawyer, and compass so tiny that the These symptoms are calls from early In the afternoon he came out. folded into a I had not seen Mr. Jamleson since writing had been partly obliterated, nature for help. Tho nerves are morning, but I knew he had been In- was part of a letter the lower half of crying out for assistance and tho terrogating the servants. Gertrude a sheet, not typed, but written In a cry should be heeded in time. wu locked In her room with a head cramped hand. by altering' the plans for ache, and I had luncheon alone. rooms, may be possible. The beat way. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Mr, Harton. the lawyer, waa a llttlo, In my opinion would be to tha plan In one of the chimrooms this man, and he looked as If he did for Gmpound is prepared to meet ney. not relish his business that day. the needs of women's system at That was all. "This Is very unfortunate. Miss In"Well?" I said, looking 'up. 'Thera this trying jwriod of her life. It nes," he said, attar we had shaken invigorates and strengthens the hands. "Most unfortunate and mys- Is nothing in that. Is there? A nan terious. With the father and mother ought to be able to change the plan female organism and builds up la the west, 'find everything devolves ot hla house without becoming an ot suspicion." the weakened nervous system. on me; and, as you can understand. "Thera Is little in the paper Itself," It Is an. unpleasant duty." It has carried many women safely why should Arnold "No doubt," I said absently. "Mr. he admitted; "but through this crisis. carry tha.t around, unless Harton, I am going to ask you some Armstrong it meant something? He never built questions, and I hope you will answer a house, you may MT. MORIAH. be sura of that. It them. I feel that I am entitled to house, it may mean anything Mrs. Flora Walls died suddenly soma knowledge; 'feecatise I and my It is thla secret room" Sunday uiternoou. She was the family are Just now la a most ambigu- from a an extra AN ITEM OF HOME INTEREST bathroom," I said 'To widow of the lute Henry Wulls. She ous position." scornfully. "Haven't you a thumbCharles Gorraley, 307 Maxwell St. leuves five children to mourn the I don't know whether he under- print, too?" Lexington, Ky., has lately been lies of a true mother. Mrs. Wulls stood me or not; he took off his "I have," ha said with a smile, "and cured of kidney nnd bladder trou- wus 412 years of age and u member glasses and wiped them. the print ot a foot In a tulip bed, and vary happy," he said a number of other things. The odd- ble. He says: "I heard of Foley of the Methodist church mid was "I shall be prepnicd to courtesy. with est part Is, Mlsa Innes, that the Kidney Pills and the good they were the summons meet her Savior, when cume. She wus buried "Thank you. Mr. Harton, did Mr. thumb-marIs probably youra and the doing, and after taking them a few footprint certainly." pain left my back, the tir- ut Mt. Moriuh MonMay afternoon, days the Arnold Armstrong know that Sunny-aidHla audacity was the only thing ed feeling pressed away, and I am ufter bervices by Hev, Crouch. We had been rented?" extend our deepest sympathy to the "I think yes. he did. In fact, I my-el- f that saved me; his amused smile put glad to recommend them." Shugars grief stricken relutives me on my mettle, and I tipped out a told him about It." and Tanner. Miss Minnie McGuffey, left Sat"And he knew who tha tenants perfectly good scallop before I anurday for Decatur, HI., to visit her swered. were?" BEE LICK. sister, Mru. lvu Mercer, who bos "Why did I atep Into the tulip bed?" "Yes." C. 0. Proctor is nt home this been dangerously ill. I asked with Interest. "Ho had not been living with the Clarence M. Deutherage was call"You picked up something," ha said week from Harlan, Ky. family for some years, I believe?" Chnrlie Lyons, of Junction City, ing on his best girl Sunday. "which you ara go"No. Unfortunately, there had been Kssie D. Wnght, has built a new was here first of the week, on busi-nc- -s trouble between Arnold and bis fa ing to tell me about later." room to his store. He is getting bis "Am I, Indeed?" I was politely cutwo years he had lived In ther. For rious. "With this remarkable Insight Mrs. Nellie Colou of Clarence, shine of the trade. town." Mrs. J. S. Youug is improving af 'Then It would be unlikely that he ot yours, I wish you would tell me spent SutiiCdiiy and Sunday with ter seveiul days illness. her iiuthfr, Mr. M. G. Reynold. camo here last night to get possession where I shall find my Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dutish of motorcar." K. S. Aleoin, of Stanford, wns of anything belonging to him?" "I was Just coming to that," he here Tluiiodny on business. Danville, cniue Monday to "I should think It hardly possible,1 the funeiiil of Mrs. Dauch's Miss Desfie Isaacs, of Woodstock he admitted. "To be perfectly frank, said. "You will find It about 30 miles - visited her sister. Mrs. Bradford mother. Miss Innes, I can not think of any away, at Andrews Station, In a blackWuriep, Wedneday nnd Tliursdny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harmon I Lit field, reason whatever for his coming here Mr. A. G. Older, the hustJiug mer- were tho gue-as he did. He had been staying at smith shop, where it Is being reot Mr. ami Mrs. Charley Wat field Sunday. chant, U doing n fine buincM. the club house across the valley for paired." m,..: r ,.!,. ..,.i.. .. I laid down my knitting then and the last week, Jarvla tells me, but Mr. and Mrs. F.mil .Meier enterthat only explains how he came here, looked at him. tained u number of their friends trip to Lexington ln.--t week. "And Halsey?" I managed to say. not why. It is a most unfortunate Mis Docia Reynolds remains very Saturday nixht. All repoit an en"Wo are going to exchange infor- ill. family." joyable time. He shook his head despondently, mation," he said. "I am going to tell .Mr. Elmer Scott nnd W. T. Itev. l. It. Mills, .who is visiting and I felt that this drled-ulittle man you that, wheu you tell me what jou were in Somerset on business ills mother here is veiy sick. was the repository of much that ho picked up in the tulip bed." .Mr. mid Mrs. William McGuffey, Inst Saturday. We looked steadily at each other; it had not told me. I gave up trying to Dnu Cupid snys the wedding bells of near Stnnford, spent Monday was not an unfriendly stare; we were elicit any Information from htm, and nre soon to be heard .ringing in this here. only measuring weapons. we went together to view the body Then he vicinity. Guess who for! Drown was u caller here before It was taken to tha city. It smiled a little and got up. Sunday. your permission." he said. "I "With had been lifted on to the billiard-tablCharles (1. Dunawiiy contemand a sheet thrown over It; oth- am going to examine tho card room plates going to Michigan. erwise nothing had been touched. A and the staircase again. You might Mr. Isiiu Daugh continues quite soft hat lay beside it, and the collar tninK over my offer In the meantime." ill. of the dinner-coa-t was still turned up. (Continued next Friday) I'nele lieu Ilintt was the guest of The handsome, dissipated face of Ar Mr. I)ne Adams Sunday. nold Armstrong, purged of Its ugly The prayer meeting at Mt.. Mo-litBOWEN Shellhom Lady Suffered a Great lines, was now only pathetic. As we nre being largely attended and went In Mrs. Watson appeared at the Deal, But Is All Right Now. Itus'-el- l has letumed Mrs. John when tli wciitlif)' gets belter we ranl-roodoor iimiiu ii f hpenuiiiK it pieu-tuhope for n larger congregation. "Come In, Mrs. Watson," the lawyer wed: with lo her sifter near Durgiu Shelljiorn, Ala. In a letter from this Mr. Joseph Dastiu is on tho sick said. Hut she shook her head and Mr. Dougherty traded one of her place, Mrs. Carrie May says: "A abort list. withdrew; she was the only one in mule-- , hoi so. She also sold her time ago, I commenced to hare weak for Mrs. Mollis (lustincnu of neur the house who seemed to regret tho old I'iituilv n ." cow known its "Old spells and headaches. I felt bad all Preachersville, leturned to her homo dead man, and even she seemed rath the ttme and soon grew eo bad I Wednesday, after n visit with jela-ticer (shocked than sorry. Mr. I'd KuiiffmiHi is tossing hi3 couldn't stay up. I thought I would die. here. Defore Mr, Harton left, he told me At last my husband got me a bottle something of the Armstrong family. hut over the nriiviil of u fine boy, till heiiw the 'lirsl boy out of bix of Cardul, and It helped me; so ho got J NOT A CANDIDATE Paul Armstrong, the father, bad been some more. Alter I bad taken tha married twice. Arnold was a son by childieu. Mi. Mack Moore, who has been second bottle, I was entirely well. "the first marriage. The second Mrs. Joe Robinson, of Garrard, Wwi't Armstrong had been a widow, with an invalid for teveru lycurs, is quite I wish every lady, suffering from Make Race For Prosecutor ill. a child, a little girl. This child, now womanly trouble, would try Cardul. Mis. Steve Itussell's buby bus perhaps 20, was Louise Armstrong, It Is the best medicine I know ot. It The following from the Hurrods-bur- g but is sonio better. having taken her stepfather's name, been very good than anything I ever Herald will bo read with much Mr. Nittli McGuire, who resides did me more and was at present In California with used." interest by the ninny friends of Atwith his brother, Jumes, spent Satfamily. the torney J. K. ltobinsoii, of LancasCardul Is a woman's tonic "They will probably return at once," urday mid Sunday with homefolks. part of my errand Muggie Fox spent several strengthening medicine for women, ter. Miss he concluded, "and The friends of Mr. Joseph Rob- made from Ingredients that act spe- Is to see If you will relin- day with friends in Dnnville. here quish your lease here lit their favor," The wi'ddiiii: bells have tolled nt clflcally on the womanly organs, and ison in Mercer will learn with re "We would better watt and see If last, Mis Lillie MoElfrcsh, the thus help to build up tha womanly con- gret or his determination not to offer for Commonwealth's Attor they wish to come," I said. "It seems , pretty uud accomplished daughter stitution to glowinr fo4 health. unlikely, and my town bouse It feeing v Mr. mid Mrs. Mat,, Dnesler and Aa a remedy for wosaaa's Ills, It baa ney. Having heard of the distin guished ability, the fearless courremodeled." At that he let tha mat-ta- r Mrs. Mat DreuMier and Walter auccaaaful record ot oyer 50 yeara. uncompromising indrop, but It cama up unpleasantly McElfresh prosperous the Yor druKtat aeila It Plaaaa try tt.. age and thecharacterized his caataouf h. later. pitty. tegrity which young farmer, of this end were unitUilm'AiiUmrDm reer as County Attorney of GarAt aU o'clock tta hear waa take ed in murriutce, Wednesday April aafMWidCo.. CIihiiti Tfmmtor Intincttunt, aa 4 task. Hoaw Trattaest rard, many people had solicited him way, at waa-Ulrtr- , altar the 10th. We hope they will have tar Woaas," mm la uu vfSfaar, as rawMM. axly ftlaser, Mr. iUrtM wasvt Oar to make the race and had detenain Iiuiinj iiivi r4 fcWa u Ioiil ks4 con-gestiIII.-artr- ude dltap-peare- d. eng-aa-e- was no news of Halsey. Mr. Jamleson had taken a lodging In the village, and I had not aeea him since r i note-pape- ob-pe- published a news sloiy to the effect that the much discussed rnilrond is to tie litiilt from thnt section to Stanford. The pnper said: This week n charter wns secured for n new electrie railway known ns the Cumberland Valley mid Inter-th- e ' utnberlnnd Valley and interstate llnilway Company. The object is to run the line from Gnllntin to Stunlord or Somerset, Ky. Tho cnpitnl stock is $50,000 to be increased nt the proper time. Mayor Will It. lirow.il desiring to improve Gnllntin and plnco better transportation facilities nt her command, lias been working on this enterprise for several months, and finally succeeded in getting n lot of men, who were financially able, to become interest ed in the enterprise, tJ such an extent that they entered into the project nnd secured the chnrter as The charter memabove stated. bers nie: Harris Drown, Vice President, First National Dank, Gallatin, Tcnn. S. AI. Young, Judge Co. Court Smith Co. M. L. Wright, Press. Dank of W. M. Hall, cashier Hartsville. First National Dank, Gnllntin. Will B. Drown, Asst. Cashier First Nat. Dank, Gallatin. W. G. Shninberger, Pro. Sumner Co. Dank & Trust Co. Gallatin. W. Y. Allen, Pres Peoples Nut. Dank Gallatin. Ed. S. Payne, Capitalist, Enon College. A. F. and P. F. Durnley, tobacco factors, Willnrd. There are three or four routes under consideration to lead to the Kentucky terminus. One route would go by way of Hartsville, Dixon Springs, Lafayette, Ked Boiling Springs, and thence to the tei minus. Another route by way of Westnnjrclund, Kpperson Springs, Lafayette, Ked Springs nnd to the terminus. Another route by West- niorelniid. Seottswlle, and to the ter. minus. And still another route by way of FountainS Head, Portland, throush Simpson and Allen Soun-tie- s, Ky., to 'the terminus. The incorporators of this enterprise will be guided to n great extent by the amount of interest manifested by the different Toutes nnd will adopt the one showing the most The charter interest. financial members of this company are composed of the best men in Summer, Trousdale Smith nnd Macon conn-tiennd they are fully in earnest nnd say they intend to puh Hie enterprise to completion. 1, W?ft4t From Forty-Fiv- 3-- e to Fifty Are Much Benefited by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Tho "cliangu of life " I n most critical period in n woman's nnd the nnxicty felt by women as it draws near is not without reason. (No. 41756.) " Vol. 17 A. T. II. K., bred by lluckcr, Georgetown, Ky. Ash-lau- d Drook was foaled 1003, solid buy vTith left hind foot white, 16 4 hands high. PKDIGKEE. Sired by Silent Drook, No. J07rja, record 2:10 the sire ef Mariaret, iathiate, 2:11 lertle aVeek (3) 2:17;; Lady Bellbrooks, 2:17 Jennie Bresk, Eu-ge1-- Ashland Brook ne (4)2:17 Elllttt Stent 2-- ftJVNsiBsyBsKilK'' 'sR HEr jaliBHsssssssail.JBsaarAilBSMk!s j mrs-Esiell- a GUHsplc j OJfE CASE OUT OP MANY T6 PllOVE OUIt CLAIMS. through the change of life nnd I was a perfect wreck from female troubles. I had a displacement and bearing down luins, weak fainting spells, dizziness, then numb and cold feelings. Sometimes my feet and limbs were swollen. I was irregular aiul had so much backache and headache, was nervous, irritable pml was despondent. Sometimes my appetite was good but nioreoftenit was not. ily kidneys troubled me at times and I could walk only a short distance. "I saw your advertisement ina paper and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I was helped from the first. At the end of two months the swelling had gone down, I was relieved of pain, and could walk with ease. I continued with the medicine and now I do almost all St. Anne, 111." I was pussing Lady Brosk, 2:30 and RuiMfnf Break 2:30, Silent Bresk by DarkrXfht, Na 2S5S, tho sire of Searchlight 2:02 Brightlight, 2:03 4 and Valpa, "J :()'.) Darkuight sired by Alcyone No. 232 record 2:27. Ashland rook's 1st dam Itutia Wren by Ash. land Wilkes, 2201; record 2:17 tho sire of John It. Gentry, 2:00 2, Sully Toier 2:00 Ashland Wjlkes sin-by Ked Wilkes 174'J, he by George Wilkes, second dam, Lide Lilly, by Pretender, 1453, 3d dam by Jim Monroe 835. Note. Ashland Drook is a handsome horse with lots of substance mid we feel sure in offering to the public the service of him that there nre very few Jug equal, for he baa already proven himself to be a breeder unsurpassed, for he is a sire of tho kind of horses the public ara looking for today. His colts all hare good color and hnve that nice way of going with the speed of trotters. They nil possess the looks of a fine saddle horse in fact they meet with few defeats iu the show ring. They lime perfect manners. Ashland 11 rook will make the present( season nt $15 to insure a living colt. 4, 1-2. 11 1-- 4, 1-1-- 4: King Eagle No. 2550. A. S. II. It. King Eagle is 10 liunds hi(jh, dark bay with flowing inline and tail, goes all the gait Vol. G, -- k e oer ut-te- ,... U l)c-lun- p O-c- nr e FELT BAD ALL with plenty of speed, stylo and action. Pedloree Sired by Hoynl King 2555 he by On Time, 745, he by my housework. I know your' ! Stonewall Jackson 72, Iloyal King' medicine has saved me from tho 'first Jr.m Mollie Mountz, 35S4, was grave and I am willing for you to by tho noted sire Cabbell's Lexingpublish anything I write to you, ton F. S. King Eagle's first dam Hip for tho good of others." Mrs. 3570, she by Eagle Ilird 1014, be by KSTKLLA (ilU.IM'IK. H.F.D. No. f. Old King Kngle, 750, second dam lior :u Illinois. by Itrd Lion 3rd dam by Ilurris' Dened to give him their earnest sup- mark, he by Miller's Denmark, 45, port. While in no wie u candidate fourth dum by Jim Hell (thoroughhe gave some consideration to tho bred.) flattering solicitation of the voters Nete. King Eagle is a combined of the comity and of the other coun- staliion, a breeder of combined horties of the district. We are advised ses his colts nil have good colors, by one who seems to know that if with size, high style and action. He the office were tendered him without opposition he could not accept is also a sire of the most looked for it because of tho sacrifice it would horse today; that is the plantation involve to his large practice am' horse. They nil have a nice running other business interests. There is walk nnd their canter is perfect. His no doubt thnt his candidacy would get are in demand nnd always bring have received flattering recognition the highest prices. King Eagle will here, and it is to bo regretted that make the present season at the low such men cunnot respond to the call price of $15 to insure a living colt. of the people, because of the splenWAR TRACE did mid d service they Wo will also could give to their state. It is-- hoped stand the great that sometime in the future Mr. young Jack Wur Trace at $10 for may find himself in such sit- mares and $20 for jcyucts to insure uation that when the people call fo- a living colt. War Trace is black ld earnest nnd patriotic services he with white points 15 2 hands high. will be oble to respond heartily. Ho na8 sired by Great Eastern II ha Clarksburg, Ky., W. J. Dellnmy, by imp. Tas Payer that sold for gives particulars of his son's recov- $3,200. His dam was by the imp. War Trace's dam ery. He suys: "My boy of sixteen Great Eastern. by Hedford Star, he by Ezell Stai- had bronchial trouble, ever since he wns n baby, and it gradually grew light. Note. Tliis jack has proven himworso until we feared consumption. self to bo a great breeder for mules 1 got a bottle of Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound nnd toon there wus for his colts sold last fall as high as nch n marked improvement that I $110 horse mule colts to $125 for got it second bottle nnd this will, I mine mules, so you see iu offering think, make a permanent cure. The t.!e PSrviOg of lli'i girui jack, Ve first bottle cured his stubborn cough are offering one thut is second to and I think this wonderful medicine none. This juck has also proven himself to be n great jennett jack, vsnved nty boy's life." Shugars and for he has the finest head and car, Fanner. mid as much foot and bone ns any jack living nnd ns like begets like, ho Iiuh departed tho same to his jack and jennet colts. ..... much-neede- Hob-ins.- ni 1-- IE TIME ih is the highest type of womanhood. Hook-ertown- es Scott's Emulsion Scott's Emulsion are so Iperfectly combined that all (babies, children and adults) are equally bene fitted and built up. B mm to get SCOTTS U't tk Standard mmd mhtmfm curative elements in is the highest type of curative food. The nourishing and I I I I - I to-da- y H.B.-Wrl- Uto: tkbrt. a4 u pf titnl tux mauitn Irate Ml HJM isVa I ' this great Jack. He is black with white points. His head mid car, foot mid bone are second to none, with stjle and action like a mule. He is sired by Yelhertou, Jr., first dam by Dr. Wood, second dam by imported jack. Yelbeton, Jr., the sire of Enurtv is now nt the hend of Mr. T. II. Adams' herd of jennets, at Lexington, Ky. In pffering this jack for publio service we feel sure we are offering u great breeder for competent judges say that ho was the best breeder in Montgomery county, his colts always Miming the highest prices. This gient jack will make the pre. sent season ut $10 for mares and $20 for jennets to insure a living rolt. All of the abovo mentioned stock will niak0 the present season of 1012 at our stable 2 2 miles west of Stanford on tho Shelby Citv pike. Mares traded, parted with or bred elsewhere without our consent forfeits the insuranco anH monev he. comes due at time of such transaction. For Information call on or 8. T. Harris, ft Robert Woods, g Phone 3, Stanford, Ky. d 1-ad-dre- sa EQUITY. Wc will also offer for public ser-vi- co 'inmM m ml Ii fnl l.ul..i..,,. ( i. ij nwtmtwm,inmna.iafl4 H T jjttj-aMML ""M- an i' frp" J "' i 'fVIFjpW Jw f - fT Ww -- , j rr fiw i. 3k)"v t i"" ' "If V 'VJf 1 THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOU BNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. f? Mmr m unnRM n Notice! Poultry Raisers Cholera. Cane. ci', mi rif imhtriwk Drum f nkr su I ir Diseases w rouiiry wan-noeanaI an nt I 111. s poultry ctelrnkil)ilnWMmMdrrl'Mlh(thikiilillllr. ltltUbMtpr..li. h.,mi.-,lMf. U GstriMetd by J. Mu Cmme, Birdilewn, Ky, Price 50c l ill Dru$ltti. OLn fav SOLD BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. t rnrit mU. Ilrwr.t. WiUV.nninn.IUnWown.Kll.MTll Ti urn ."II k. Bird RrriK 4.11-4- 4 lof mn nJttiuktllttttmt iftek wMhflftil OlKdrro M lwpff .II. Oforra onwn in. rn lipn . I J w Cecilia 44105 Leaf, COMMISSIONERS SALEI Lincoln Circuit Court Notiro of Sale. II. II. Wnde's Hro.. I'l.vntiffs s II. II. Wmlc's Hrs.. Etc. Defendant. I'ursiinnt to ix iuduinent of nlc enterid in the nbovc stvlcd cMirt and cae. thp undertime d Master CoiuniiAiionc.r will nt about 1 ck 3 nr ir , ILvaaaaaaaaaaisasHBvaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB Sirc.l liv lied Lcnf 21300. the L'renti-- t of nil romlMcrs: lot dnm Dav Mmd bv Cecilinn. lie lv Onm-bett- ft Wilkes: 2nd dntn Nell bv Unl-M1021. Jrd ilnrij Xoon IMv bv St. Elmo 27o: Jth dntn bv Pilot. Jr. 12. In Ctcilinn Lenf the blood of C. P. I'lnv ti ml lied Wilkex 1m united with Unit of Uiiiiilxttii Wilkes nnd 1'ilot. Jr.. nnd kIioiiIi nroo n cross wlneli ennnot be excelled. (.culmn Lenf i n rieli Imv with two while hind leit nnd n stnr: H rxcuitioniillv in iil' v lor a trottim: LTneeful in the lmre. ntek: 'tiuuls full 15 -1 hnndt: ku Inch notion nnd lots of "'"lo nnd titilb. which i ndditiou to hit speed miike- - him mi ideni hor-for the stud. T1r"c dualities nre iuatnlmt is needid in n irc to breed hurh- Inn- - linriu' nnd unlk trot limse. for nnd it is the wnlk-trtlmt the mo-- t monev nnd Iiiim the reud-i- t "i'e. C'eeibnti Lenf it utminik-e- d lint run trot m 2:28. lie will make the spnon at Hie 1'ink f'ottnL'c linhi J miles from Stmifoid on the HustnnwUp mke. Thw fep to n hunted nuinlxr of inurc-- i this noii will he flO for n luint' colt At the Ffimc tilnce I will ctnnd i' L'nnt inch, aamson nt 12..r)0 to You know this inck ns the nre of mom. how muUs than nnv otlur for the nn.t four enr. Tlio henon fee n nnv mate bred to either I ecilmn or Samson 1m comes ilue nnd will be collect d from itv mure is o!d or nnrted with. TATE &. MESSER. Jamrs Messcr. Mnnanrr. rn .1e nt 1- -2 nu-inoe. 'tunforil. K. dnv of the ttrui of the Lincoln County ( otirt. ofler for nle nt I'ublio outcn to the hmhest nnd bent bid-Ulieloie the ourt house door m the town of htnnford Lincoln county. Kentucky, the following described tinut of land: B milium: nt stone on Last side of lVtits Fork: thence N 70 W 20 poles to n wtone. thence S 5 E 2!) poles to n stone :thenee S 10 W 7 pole to n Mone: thence S 4 2 W 10 poles nnd 18 links to stone nnd Walnut: them-- S 32 W 7 poles and 1,1 links to n Miimr tua nnd Buck; poles ee. thencp S U E 15thence Sand 17 13 W links to n sveninore: 24 !!ps t h Svpiiincirp npar n wnt-L'atp Jones corner: thence S 30 E i8 poles to n white onk and Jones coiner: tliciico N 05 L '12 pole to n white onk: tluncpTN2 I", 110 poles to n stone: thence N K 18 pedes 7 links to n stone: theiiep N 23 W 25 poles to u stone: poles and 20 thence N 01 2 E lin'es to n stone N 14 W 10 poles to a stonp; thiuce S 77 4 W 02 poles nnd 15 links to the lieiriniutiir. nnd (f2l acres. 2 eontamiii? I.islitv-tw- o rnruK nml .el! nob's of land be the snuip more en les nnd Ikhil' the' nine Innd eoneed to 11. II. Wade lllle-ed.bv deed of J. J. MeKinneV rennd of Ni. .ird 1S00. office dnlv the of corded in the eleiks nme beimr the .Mnv lirs-t 1-ei dne-wo45-1- -2 1-3-) I. M.. on Mav Mondav. 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 of Lace Curtains. Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. We think we can make it to your interest to buy of us. W. A. Tribble fifiS I'h'.ic 10 1 Hervey Highland, .IIL'7 . 7 X0. 022, VOL.11, SIRED BY WASHINGTON.'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 KENTUCKY, WHICH EVERYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES KNOWS HIM BOTH AS A GREAT SHOW HORSE AS WELL AS A BREEDER, WILL MAKE THE SEASON OF 1912 TO A .LIMITED NUMBER OF MARES, AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. ALSO FOR SERVICE K, FIVE-GAITEO PRESTON A. S. H. II. - Uieid ( l.in-lnii(v rourt in deed book No. 27 and pulp 120. Therp - excepted from the aforesaid boumlarv n traction of nn nVie bv II. II. Wade in llH lite of time to Geonro Austin bv de-e- For the season of 1912, I offer for public service the Royally Bred and Handsome Individual Saddle Stallion, ALL PEAVINE 4092, at my farm, near McKinney, Ky., at $25 to insure a living colt. dntc April 21th. in clerk'-- , 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. Frp $15. Preston. Jr.. is a Unlit bay horse with four white 1itl 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 tittle 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 untfl season Is paid. Season Is due if mares arc traded or parted with or bred to other stock. 3-- J. C. BAILEY, CRAB ORCHARD. KENTUCKY. VOLTAIRE The Great Percheron Stallion 55140 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 WANT TO CROSS HE WILL MAKE THE WITH YOUR GRADE AND DRAFT MARES. PIKE ONE SEASON OF 1912 AT MY HOME ON THE DANVILLE MILE FROM STANFORD AT $1500 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. gan. Description. Foaled 1007. A beautiful liL'ht hfiv. 1G hands hich. lots of weicht. with snio fnee. left front und both hind Act white. He is n erv fine horse, hnwni: n lonir rancc neck, lieht in the thront latch, hieh thin wither, uond back and tail, a nice clean set of limb. Best ns the accented tTic of the American snddlp horse. Htnev Ili.'hlnud has had hut lit tl work both under saddle nnd in harnei-- . nnd n lenrnim: to tcD nwnv with lots of crnco and air. Mix beautiful form nnd mnrtid Individuality, coupled with his line- -, will nppcnl to breeders deeinnir to produce horc of the Inchest class. His ilnm ib n luir. mdiudunl ns well ns n trcnt lrrood inn re. lmunir hnd two fillies bv Kentucky's Artist diotliiiiL' like the sire Ilidilnnd Denmark wa.l to sell for $1,000 eueh. Hcnev Ilnrhlnnd Mll undonbtidlv make both a irrent thoxr nnd stock horee Fee S20 00 to Insure a Llvina Coit. .Mares traded, parted with or bred elsewlure forfeits liisuruuee. nnd monev hi comes dut at time of elicll Lien tetmnid on colt until season is paid. iiires from n distance irrazed on cood bhio erass nt $2.50 per month. Mures entrusted will ""ive mv nttention. but not lor necideuts or cenDC. W. M. D0DD. I irSTO.N VI I.LE. KENTUCKY. des-erib- td te popu-lurMotian-nclioi:. per-miii.- U Will make the season of 1912 at mv place, two mileof llubton-ill- e. on the Iirndfordsullo pike. Sirtd bv HiL'hlund Denmnrk Jju II bv Hlnck SnuiTrel 58. h bv Black Elide 71 be bv Khil' Wilbam 07 ho bv WmdiuiL'ton DentnnTk '04. ho bv (luineb' Deumnrk 01. lie r"t;'s dam Anne Wnshintton 135b. she bv WiiNlniiL'ton 54 he bv Cromwell 73. ho bv Wiihhincion Denmark CI e bv Onins' Denmnrk 01. 2nd dntn bv Vidcttp Uov 535 bv Vidttte bv Vm-d- e. bv Bloods' Itlnek Hawk, bv Vermont Black Ilnwk. bv Sherman Mor- ct fntirt. ilr.cillic.l Ms follows: bPlMll- mils' nt stonp Wndo and MeCnrtv's leorner: thence S 45 E 3 poles to a Moiip nt water uate: thente up the branch V IS V, fi poles and 12 links to n -- tone: thence N 80 W 2 poles to n small water beech : thence S 32 W 5 poles to the bceinnimr. and of an acre o'f eontnininir land TKRMF. Said sale will be made o'i ii credit sit month, nnd the Durehn-C- r will bp reouircd to execute bonds with approved personal secuTitv for the purchnse price, nav-abto the Commissioner, nnd bear-m- i: interest nt thp rate of 0 per cent per nnnum from duv f sale--, and hen will be reserved onatbn land to secure the payment of snid bonds, nnd same shall hav thp force nnd effect of a lndjrnrit. Witne- -s mv hnnd this the Oth dav 30-of Aon! the enr 1912. E. D. Penninuton. M. C. L. t . C. S4-1le 4. 100. nnd ot rccoTU ottiee ot Lincoln county TURNER. Mv fine inck Turner will mnkn the present 6eason in Alorelund. nt $10 to insure a livine colt. Mares purted with or traded without mv permis-Siioiforfeits the, insurance. Tunmr is fi.vejirn-olblnek with whites Points, cood Rtle. lnrco feet, bone, weichs 1005 pounds. He und 1S u iroml nnd sure breeder. Mnres with colt should bo returned when coltsure from 7 to 9 dnvs old. This inck is known bv manv as tho Hamlin iack and ho will b for snle nt tho close of senson. Prospective huvers nro invited to call nnd sco his colts and the central workimr of tho inck. I consider him one amopc the best mules lucks in Kentucky. K. i KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 DESCRIPTION. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN, AS HIS NAME IMHE BEPLIES IS AN ARISTOCRAT OF THE "BLUEST BLOOD." PEAVINES, THE HORSES LONGS TO THE NOTED FAMILY OF THAT HAVE MADE KENTUCKY FAMOUS. THE OWNER OF REX PEAVINE HAS RECENTLY REFUSED $10,000 FOR HIM, THE HIGHEST PRICE EVER OFFERED FOR A SADDLE HORSE IN KY. REX PEAVINE THE GRAND SIRE OF KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN IS THE SIRE OF EDNA MAE, JACK STRAW, GOLDEN GLOW, CHESTER PEAVINE, HAZEL DAWN, REXALL PRINCE AND OTHERS. THE PEAVINES ARE BEYOND DOUBT THE GREATEST HORSES IN KENTUCKY TODAY. KENTUCKY CENTLE.MAN IS A BEAUTIFUL CHESTNUT WITH WHITE HIND FEET AND STAR. HE HAS THE VERY BEST OF FEET AND LEGS, GOOD FLAT BONE, BROAD SLOPING SHOULDERS, SHORT BACK AND THE BEST OF QUARTERS AND PERHAS HE FECT HOCKS; HAS BEAUTIFUL MANE AND TAIL. SPLENDID ACTION GOES HIGH ALL AROUND AND IS PERFECTLY WAY, WILL MAKE A GREAT SHOW HORSE SOUND IN EVERY WITH THE PROPER HANDLING. PEDIGREE. Kentucky fiMtleman 5167 by Chester Peavlne 3184 by Rex Peavlne 1796 by Rex McDonald 838 by Rex Denmark 840; dam Flera Carter 8419, by Red Saukrel S3, by Hack Squirrel U by Black te a ehamslfMhlii famHy and Eafle 74. Kentucky CentlemM fee Will yen will make m mistake In breadtoi year aaad marea ta him. stand at $28 ta Insure a Hvtoa celt Careful atentien flven mares, but wMI net be resawtSiWe for accidents w escapes. d. depth of 159 feet and six inches and tho latter hnung a depth of 160 feet a froutngo on ono street of 85 2 feet and of 20 2 feet on what is known na Sweeny street. For fur-th- ci description reference, is made to deed hook 45 pngo 504 and tho plot of said addition of record in tho Lincoln County Court ClcTk's office, onid lotb will bo sold separate1-1-- 1796! A champion diow hoise nd an untqualed champion M., on uie. From him we have had tuch champions aj Edna ay. Golden Clow, Jack Straw. Queen o Saturday. May 4th 1912 Dauy 2nd by ihe ay. Star Pcavine, and many olhen pail and lo come. By Rex cCccald offir for sale nt puhhe outcry to Peavme 85. the GRAND SIRE, Rex cDcna!d833. The undisputed champion inow hone and lire. st nnd best bidder, in the Land addition of tho city of StanFIRST DAM, Lucy WelU 6404. by Peavuie 85. A gieat brood mare by the world's ford, ICy., the following described greatest brood mare sire, Pravine. His daughters have produced such champions as Lou Chief, av,Eatlrna tCtcroi and dozens of others Ajnare by 11 city lots situated in snid Laud Cleopatra. The Frenchman, Edna Peavme is a sure foundation. Addition. SECOND DAM, daughter ol Harris Denmark. Tho said property is described as THIRD DAM, daughter of John o sely follows: Deins lots Nos. 1, 2, 22, If you want lo breed to a stallion whose produce commands the highest price, breed lo All Pea' 2C, 2S, fronting 50 feet on Lancaster Peavme an for bei2 sold 402 The strut and extending back to Laud I vinethe high dollarpricespublicwhich I hare old with the cohs sr--ofasothercpn book, th-- y and I have breeds of horses, colts auction, along Stuet a depth of 150 feet, except- for the maiket. at lopped ing Lot No. 1, which has a frontnge Breeding saddle horses of the highest type is no longer mere guess woik. "Like begets I.ke," on l..iucn&tcr street of 42 1-- 2 feet and it lakes champions to produce champions. Here you have them all in this pedigree. Rex cDonald. Rex Peavlne and a double infusion of the champion brood mare sire, Peavine und extending back to Land street All nnd fronting thereon 12 feet and G Peavme will breed true to his family inheritance of championship blood. He is entered in the Saddle Horse Futurity stake, and do not forget that he sired the only stud colt that got any of inches; also nil the following lots to , last )ear. wit Nos. 5, 15, 30, 17, 18, 10, 20, 21 the 1 moneypersonally hut will not b reporuible for for mares sent me and ue every will and 14, said lots having a width of accidents or escapes.tare will abo stard another nice ilallion at a lower price, and three fine mute 1 50 nnd a depth of 1C0 feet, excepting breeding jacks. The Crey jack at $10 to insure living foal, and the tno Black jacks at $8 to inlots 5 mid 14 tho former having a sure living toal. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Lincoln Circuit Court P. Buchanan, etc., Plaintiffs, vs Alice Land, etc., Defendants. Notice of sale. Pursuant to a iudpnent of Ealc entered in the ab.uo staled court nnd cne, uudir-urne- d, Master Commissioner will nt about 2 o'clock P. SIRE, REX PEAVINE ALL PEAVINE 4092 hih ly. tap will also stand the jack formerly owned by Silas Anderson.. He Is said to be one of the best breeding Jacks In the country. Men who know him well say he has mare hundred dollar mules ta his credit than any uu u iu iu urauro HVHitf etner JaCK in ino iiraniiy, mm I A Fine Jack ITANFMt. KENTUCKY. t Saul sale 'will be made on a credit of fcix months, and tho purchaser or purchasers will bo required to e.Neeulo bonds with approved perB. 8. KING. sonal security for tho purchaso Hsrcland. Kv. price, payable to the undersigned Cotnuussionnr. nnd honriiur interest A.TEXAS WONDER. at tho rate of G per cent per nnrm from day of snle, and n lien will be The Texas Wonder cures kidney rescued on tho propeity to fcccuro and bladder troubles, removing grav the payment of said bonds ,aud same el. cures diabetes, weak nnd lame shal.1 have the force and effect of a judgment. my hand this backs, rheumatism, and all irregu- April loth, Witness 1012. larities of the kidneys and bladder E. P. PENNINGTON. M. C. L. C. C. in both men and women. Regulates Geo. D. Florence for Plaintiffs. bladder troubles in hildren. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent CONCRETING by mail on receipt of $1 : One small We are in position to do all kinds bottle is two months' treatment, and of concreting, such as Block Work, seldoa fails to peiect a care. Send Pavements, and in fact, we can make for testimonials from Kentucky and anything from a house down to a other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 fence post. Call and get our prices Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by before' you buy your material at least. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES t BOS.. Stanford, Ky. PHILLIPS Strawberry plants, Qrapo Vines, Asparagus, lihubarb, Roses, Peonies, and Phlox. Everything for Orchard jiml Lawty Oar4eiMreaCtaIogue. II fto Agents. ImmmmmlmmlmWmimmWmmi . !aV -- R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. X MONUMENTS OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OVER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE UNLESS YOU CARE TO HAVE IT SO. AND OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED CONSIDERING QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. Ui-n- . Wm, Adams 8c Son uiuouwa, rvy cii. L t J. NEVIN CARTER, O .3 J H' lSSSaSr! I V MmWWl (fire insurance! ifiUfnM IsT I I Make your home as modern for your family ai a ioe 'vaideaoe, and place yourself 1b a pontioa to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone Berries waicB you and your neighbors can get lor a sum that u small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to leadquartert, Nashville, Tenn., for information' regarding our special "Far- men iine rate, it you are noi at present enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky. Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tLe Southern iiortion of Indiana and CUMllKUIsAND TEL. &vTEIi. CO. Illinois. ,v V 1 aajo, . (iicokre5iiATn) ' MR FARMER: RURAL TBLBrHONES. Tfrrlrff) lam to anr iUv4 rlnl Or Dr. SMsa Ltaiaftoa, Ky. U Ifllca' Laxative Tblt art ti&KtijwSGtmfmW'mmmEJlmnffki I. n U " Ti ii" V "" mm m mmvmw ' ". THE STANFOBt INTERIOR JWWNAL, tTAWFORt, KENTUCKY. is a,-- -; Knwn - . ' ..& V ";" It May Be Raining Tomorrow Are you prepared for'it, with a Rain Coat or a Rubber Slip-on- ? We have them from $3 to $10. f Men's Shoes 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 shoe. Severance & Son $-- : fiiE Interior Journal. Eitabllthtd 1171 Tnft pnc Itooeelt ft terrible prilling in n speech nt Boston Thursday. On Mitb tlA tlniiec let joy bo dclc-gnte- 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 "Little Men" Here's Your Chance, Now, For One of These .s Tuft needs only 1W more to cinch the republican nomiHe got" New Hampshire II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE nation. wLilo Roo.eclt was getting West Virginia, Knnsus and Missouri. Eatrd at tb rMtorflc at mall. m leconi. cliw Obituary notices, poems etc., arc II for not over 200 words : over that number of words 5 cents n lino POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS HELTON M. AUILEY,...PuBIIhtr Suits"Woolly Boy" SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. THE PLAIN TRUTH What More well-kno- Can Stanford People Ask? residents nnd When highly respected people of Stanford make such statements as the following, it must enrry conviction to every reader: D. C. Dyehonse, Whitley avenue, Stanford, Ky., says: "I am in a positron to recommend Duuu's Kidney Pills highly as they were the one and only Temedy that ever Rave me relief from backache. My back was so sore and painful that it was hard for me th, get around for days nt a time. I tried everythinc but did not seem tq get anything that would biinj; me iclief until I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at Shu- gars flnd Innner's Drug Store. They proved to be what I needed nnd by the time I had used three boxes, the pain in my back disappeared and I felt better in every wny." 'For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, ent3. Foster-Milbur- n New York, sole agents for the Unit- States. Remember the name Doan's nd take no other. Lost. Brnss tap off nutomobTle nxle; reward for return to this of33-- 2 fice. The announcements in this column me of enndidntes for office, subject SOME APPRECIATED REMARKS. to the action of the democratic pri(Ed Walton in Somerset Times.) ma ry: Wo note with pleasure the fact For Conqress that Shelton M. Snufley, editor of COL. J. P. CHIXX, OF MERCER. the Interior Journal, will be a Lincoln cuunty tu repit'.-en- t For Commonwealth's Attorney in the next General Assembly. EM.METT PL'RYEAR, OF BOYLE. mn u in the county is better fitted W. S. BUHCII, OF LINCOLN. and we believv thnt no opposition will come from the Democrntio parFor Sheriff. ty. The Republicans may pit u uiuu M. S. BAUOIDIAN. against luin but it will be love's laFor County Judqe. bor lost. Shelton will win and win T. A. RICE, easily. He is a Tine fellow, n sterM. F. NORTH, ling Democrat, as bright as n new For Circuit Clerk pin, n delightful companion and a gentleman, in all the word means. J. D. WEAKEN We're for him against the field nnd J. F. UOLDAM are willing to wager our last year For Jailer. jmmer tile that he will be elected PEYTON PARRISIL by the biggest majority that will bo GEORGE DEBORDE given in November. 1913. Were we DINK FARMER back in old Lincoln we would take the chances on being punished for WILLIAM II. HESTER voting for him two or three times. ' W. A. CARSON cnt.-(luln'- tu 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. v 'Manss, Walkover and Nettleton, $3.50 to $6. All Leathers, All Colors, in both regular top and low shoes. oooooooooooooooooo & t When the painter applies paint on your house I it is to your best interests to know what 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 having your painter use Sherwin-William- I I s prepared Paint 1 paint on the market, or "lead and oil", The Sherwin-William- s Co. safeguard its quality in every process of manufacture. They make all their linseed oil; own and operate large zinc and lead mines and smelters, and make their dry colors in the largest and best equipped dry color plant in the United States. jie results are in tht. goods. Protect your interests and your property with S. W. P. We It is better than any other prepared The Sort to Send (Danville Mesenger.) Editor Shelton M. Sanfley, of S. M. OWENS, Stanford, has announced as n canR. H. BRONAUGH didate for the Democratic nominaFor Magistrate tion for representative from Lincoln J. T. ROBERTS county. There is no better-poste- d WILLIAM FIELDS man on public matters, or one better equipped for this responsible posiJ. D. EADS, tion. Our cood friends in Lincoln would innke n wi-movt. to Courier-JonrnThe nnd the Mr. Sauflev to look after their fcenu inTiroes are throwing" ono fit after terests, and we'bcJievc they ull d because the Democratic State so. Executive Committee ordered precinct conventions in citie- - of the (Louisville Times.) first nnd second classes to select Shelton M. Snulley, editor of Relegates to the state convention. Stanford Interior Journal, while the in Whenever things do not go to suit Louisville tp attend the meeting of this pair of jealous journals, they the ' Democratic State Executive start the cry "Hnly and Beckham" Committee, stated that he would be They will find that this will be one a candidate for the Democratic nomtime when it won't scare the voters ination, for Representative in the of the state a little bit. These two Legislature from Lincoln county. men nnd their friends, played the Mr. Snufley is one of th n biggest part in redeeming the state young newspaper mm 4n tho State from it lepublicnn administration nnd by reason of tho fnet thnt he Inst fall, and since the C. J. and liai worked as a Iegilntivo corresTimes are now linkinir Mccreary's pondent he well fitted for the duname with Beckham nnd Hnly thoso ties of a solon. Ho has nursed an papers nre certainly riding for n ambition for many years lepie-scfall. The democrats of Kentucky Lincoln county in tho General hnve perfect confidence in Assembly and it looks like ho wili nnd the men who worked to now realize it, as his friends say ho put him in the governor's chair uill have no opposition for the DeHenry nnd his crowd mocratic, nomination nnd that's ul! while Mars-were painfully "limping in the rear." he wants. al au-oth- er best-knownt ry For Assessor P. L. BEOK. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Mr. W. H. HIGGINS. Dear Sir: have been using corn planters for years, and the J. I. Case Planter I bought of you this year is the most satisfactory piece of machinery I have ever used. It is simple, easily handled, correct in dropping, and I take pleasure in recommending it to any one wanting a planter. Very respectfully, MAT MYERS. I Let Us Get Better Acquainted. We sell everything from a paper' of needles to a handsome Parlor Suite. departmentseach one of which is a comHave forty-thre- e plete store in itself. We will not only sell you for less money than you have been paying, but we will also 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 Lincoln County Bonds Cash and Due from Banks Banking House, sell it. S342.2S4.78 os. ooo. oo S447.2S4. 7S . PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Quick Assets: Other Assets: . S37.sOO.oo 4.OS.7S s 73, 6OS.37 ss.300.00 Men's Wear Large Assortment in Clothing and Shoes , but Rebate Your Railroad Fares' that is, we will rebate five (5) per cent, of your total purrailroad fare. chases up to the amount of your round-triyour business. If efficient service and a saving of We want dollars and cents are of any concern to you, then we ought to have it. We have been in the dry goods business for the past 66 years and our reputation binds every trade transaction whether it be for Cc or $5,000 worth. p SS3,i63.6S Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars We offer not only the are ready to take good JJ First National Bank ' CARE of Your Spring needs in Hats, Caps, Shirts and Neckwear. Crab Orchard, Ky. STANFORD, KY. f- W. E. PERKINS j bacon a son INCORPORATED xis exceptionally qualified to serve the inancial needs of individuals, firms, bants Pos- LOUISVILLE, KY. and other corporations. It is a United States depository for tal Savings Funds. ftBafe "- -- "- - -- mMMy . nrM.MiiAM...i -..i wp ft. fc'J.J iS'1"!! ',wpf. V !' .ewf; .. .. . - THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. DELICATE L NO TAXES on Your Clothes And You Owe It To Yourself To Wear The Best. SHORT LOCAL NEWS CHIWIEK BAKlNO-POWO- E! Absolutely Pur JMafcts Home Baking Easy No other aid to the Housewife) is .so great, no other agent so useful and certain in making Made Strong by Vinol Icp crj-nfrec'erfl, water coolers, "I wlh I could Induce every mothii Inwn mow erf, urns liookn, nntl er who ha a delicate, ulckly child, to 34-- 2 tool, (leo. 11. Fnrris. try your delicious cod liver Iron tonic, Vlnol. Tlic prent Titnntic slcnintliip "It restored our llttlo daughter to will J)o shown in moving nt tlio opera lioti-- e SiUiinlay health nnd strength otter everything night. This i a wonderful pictttru rise had failed. It tastes bo Rood nho loved to tako It not a bit of cod liver wltiilt "i i:o tnn nffonl to misc. oil tanto. Mrs. C. W. Stump, Canton. Ohio." You've hcnrtl tlio song. See llio Tho reason Vlnol Is so successful piny "Cney Jones" which oinM lo !n rmlldlnp tip puny, delicate, alllnt? )'n- thf Stanford Opera Houno on children, Is lecnuso It Is a combinaday night. tontion ot tho two most world-fameics tho medicinal bodydiulldlnt? elernr-lnn- d of ytnor ments of cod liver oil, aided by the tint rMfiwl ienti fence W. L Perkins Crnl, Orchand strength-creatln33-- 1 ard. properties of tonic Iron. If wo can Induco you to try a bottlo r Nunticllry's Candies Fresh by of Vlnol as a and for your child, and express, today. Penny Itexnll Store. strength-creato- r you do not find It Is all wo claim, wo rtemember the bne hall gnmc will return your money on demand. Saturday, Stnnfonl High School vb G. L. Penny, .Stanford, Ky. Sue Ik'imctt Metnorinl. tfnr-iIpdls-nM- er pic-tmcs blood-maklnp body-bulblc- delicious, wholesome food 4 Insure with the leadinq comWool sacks at Stato Bank & Trust panies. Fish & Bromley represent Co., tag wool nicely. J. D. Ends & them. All lines. Sons. 27-- 8. We carry a full line of them in All-Wo- ol The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Mm Alum No Llmm Phmsthmtmm Mr. Lnfe Morpan and wife, of Five hhnres bank Mock Saufley, Lincoln county, were in this State Hank & Trnut Co. Call on city Inct Friday nnd were npprceint-e- d cnllers nt thU office. Mr. Mor-pu- n ir write. Dr. W. F. Wntkins Ky. will open his More in Lincoln ' and his place will I'otinty Mny 0, 0. Spcnke. of the Highland por- bo known n "Lnfe Morpan's Store'. tion, hnq lionclit n nice mnnliout, We predict for him prent success which he find' very hnndv fn get- which vheo richly deserves. Danville ting over tho eountrv. Frr Suits from Fnle. May-wpo- d, 31-4- p. lt, $12Jfito$302 Blue, Grey and Brown are popular ' r. Mic-- t Jes-i- e nnd Jean MeKeeh-- I uted. Subject: "Kindness'. LendKate Wa.ter. nir, of Hubble, were m town Tues-- 1 er, Mi day. Lucy Tate is in Louisville, Mrs. The will 1'ell .lia Lulaguest Jones, of Millcdcc-vill- e, Chri'-tia- Ldie' Aid Fridaymeet at the visiting her sister, .Mm. I'ruwitt. chtireh afternoon of her cousin, Miss ij tho Jliss I.iliio lianior, ol Crab Orch- Lomuc lioode. J2 o elr.ck. ard, nasi here Tuesday. Mr. J. F. Holdam, of Crab OrchMr. II. K. Christy, of .Mt. Ver- ard, huh tho guest of Mru. E. .1. Prof. W. M. Martin, who comes was hero Thursday. non very highly if commended will pivc llrown, Wednebday. Mrs. J. E. Ituck is quite ill at Mr. Joo Ilurkins, of Prcstonburg, an educational lecture Friday evhome at Gilbert's Creek. htro u while Thursday with ening at 7:30 nt the court house wi subject. "Splendor of the Human Mrs. William Long has returned friends. Hotly" under ausuiccs of the prnded from a visit to livr daughter, Mrs. MAi-Ar.c- a V.'anvn ia isitiiig her Admission 10 nnd 2o cents Jtoucn Jiotibc ni inncusier. sibter Mm. C. F. Oarnctt at Crab little Jtr. II. 1. in(ilasscox andvisiting Orchard.- "Casey Jones" is a deadly enemy l'crryville Mr. Jaincd Owbley, who is in the davchter arc of Mr. and Mrs. Grouch, lie will uncle, Mr. Clarence Ililey. hospital at Lexington, is 'thought to her slip you the heartiest lauph of the be improving slowly. Mrs. It. II. Mctculf Mrs. J. F. Jeffries nnd Miss Julia season. Moore, of McKinncy, wore hero Itiffe, of Hubtonvillo were here for chopping the first of the week. The Adrocate says that A. W. Horn, to the wife of II. P. EIrtm of a while Wednesday Miu finl.i.. f T.m,. itanMter, of this county, has the East End,' Sunday night aii eight erbulle, was in town, the firt of th0 1,0"!'t n ,,fu"UI0,nl?. .ycrl"n'1 pound girl. of Unnville. 1,no,",c on buinebS. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tate and chilMr. J. A. lleazley and Mrs. M. dren iuutrd out to Lvsington A. Itenzlcy. of Lanenster were cnn ranko i'our 0,J straw hats the Wednesday pue-t- s of Mrs. W. W. Hays Weu- - look like new. Also clean and press Mr. Henry Swope, of Lancaster, nesday. 'onr clothes nicely. Give mo a trial. wa& liero tho first of the week on Mr. PtTer Slraub, of Somerset, J,nrr-- Hroaddus, next door to 'Crib-ha- s business. beenliere early in the week with . I Mr. Alex' Donn, of Lnneattor bin uuther, Mrs, Mary Straub. passed through hero Friday on his Mr. C. L. McDowell, tho L. & X. The children of tho fourth pradc way home, tlio had been taituig railiond apent of East Uornstadt, ot th,, Stanford Graded nnd Hipli Mr. T, Walker at Lebanon. school, with the aid of their faith- was here Thursday. Mrd. Frank Lee !)as leturned to Mrs Jamie Cnrpeiftor aud Mis - f"l teacher. Mis Lena Palmer, mado her homo at Middlecboro niter a len Holmes, of Crab Orchard wet a nnd sold fio dollars worth of ran visit to her brothor, Mr. Welch Uoca-eite- r. heie with friends anil relatives tho dy, for the benefit of tho Kentucky Childion's Homo Society nt Louisfirtt of tho week. Mrs. Walter Trainer, of Loxing-toThey were inspired to send Mr. Thomas P. Urk'ht, who h.ts ville. pacd throuch heio WcdiitH-da- been ill for te er.il weeks, in Vir- this donation by seinp tho account the has boon roiling m Dan- ginia, where ho was attending of.whnt other children had doiie ville. w able to return homo with his for 'thU society. For children in Miss Stolla Lewis, the returned mother Thursday. Imifpy lidjties to remember tho little missionary, who ha been with Mr ones, without homes and no parenti-tLd C. Guinea, tho popular insur H. C. Unuphman, wunt to Lanenstwr mnco man, of l.nimntter was hrio, cure for them i9 very touchinp of Mi. Illmredav with hi tistcr, Mrs. II. M. And this spirit should be admired b Wednoday to be the 'itallou. Hobs Unstin. nil. Mrs. X. A. Tyreo who tins been' jf,,. j. p. govcp jlns rctuincd hero visit inp friends left Tuesday home alter a viMt to her (luuflitci, for Itichmond, whoru h will visit Mrs. W. II. Worsham at Corhiu. Mr. A. J. 'fribble. .Mr. Adolph Parson who has been I Mr. aud .Mrs. John D. Ilortou, arc ill tor scMial days is thoupht to ho rejoioinp conpratulations upUn the ouiu bettur. j nrrivnl of n sweet little dnuphter in Mr. Davo Dunn, of Danville, was Sho has been named here n wh'lo Thursday advertising their home. Xancv Elizabeth. the Titnntic movinp pictures. II. D. Denhnin Miss Martha Hommcl will spend returned home Saturday and Sunday with her Wednesday from n pleasnut visit of mother Mrs. Mary Homme), lit 'Dan- six weeks to friends and relatives in You certainly cannot lose your hair and keep it, too. ville. Miss Elizabeth llijjpius WH nc Oklahoma. company her. Watson, ofi Mt. Miss Charlotte Which shall it be? Lose? .Mrs. lJlancho Dallnrd and chil- Vernon, who is atteudiup school at Then do nothing. Keep? dren stopped over hero to spend Caldwell College, wa tho truest of several daj's with Mrs. Joseph Cof- Mn-Elizabeth Ilippins, Saturday Then use Ayer'sIIair Vigor. That is about all there is to fey, on their way to their new homo and Sunday. Mr. It. is. Lytic, who has been suf- at Kiehiuond. They lve been livint, it. Ayer's Hair Vigor is also in Danville, where Mr. Dullard, was ferinp npony from nu abcess on his a splendid g and chief clerk to tho collector of inter- eye, is much better and expects to ( hair-tonikeeps the hair It nal revenue. bo entitcly relieved in n short time. s, soft and smooth and greatly Mr. William McKcchuie, of Tins is inured pood news to tlio has been hero for th0 past of this splendid of friends promotes its growth. It does week attendinp the bedside of his peiitlemau. Danville Messenger. not color the hair. Consult brother Arthur McKcohnio who died your doctor freely. Doctors Tho Dnnvillo District Confetenco last Sunday. Montiecllo Outlook. Mrs. William Warreu ouo or tlio land Miisioimrv lustituto of tho M. are studying these hair popular Duuirhtcri? of tho American , p.. f Imivli South, will oonvune in questions much more than Vice- - I London, April 29th. and continue two was reeleeti'd ltevolution, in former days. Itcpent of the D. A. It. ot tho Nut- - ,lnys. Key. W. S. Arnold will If ad br b J. O. ATtU CO.. Low11. If ui. meetinp iu Washinpton City tho KMic over tho meetinp. lossenper, week. Dnnvillo jiast SOCIAL AND The Youtir People's Meeting of the Fih and Drombiv offer you the will meet nt (5:30 P. be't in life, health, accident, fire, livestock, windstorm, M.. Sunday. All are cordially to- liirhtninp, ftnptrt eliureh PERSONAL i buntlnrv. plate clns, teams liability, fidelity, etc. They write oil kinds of insurance. Compare their companies with others. - Creditors of Alcy F. Alford, nre hereby notified to .present their clnims to the undcrsipn-e- d properly proven as required by law on or before May 15th, 1912. Georpe D Florence Adm'r. of Alcy F. Alford. colors, and we have stocked-u- p on a full line of them for your inspection. They fit you, they wear 'you, and cost you less than ever. $100 Reward, $100. hu twea Catarrh. Urn tbcr -- a,!'-we- ek -- mil b plratd fc la at tout odc drradt-diMae that prirnce asie to cure m all lu Italia, and ttat la Hall'a Tatarrb Cure la Uie onlf rmttlve cure now koown to tbe medical traternltr. Catarrb belsc a cooatltutlorial '(31Mae. requlrre a constitutional treatment. Hall'a Catarrh Cure la taken artlnjr dlrertlr blond and mucpur the urfarra ot the tyatcm. thereby destroylnir the foundation ot the dfreape. and rlvtnc pathnt ttrencth bf building up the ton.tllutlon and awt-tn- s Lave nature In doing lt work. The proprl-to- ri o mueb fallh In ita euratlre powers that they offer One Hundred !Kllar for any caee that It UUa to rure. Hend for llet of testimonial. Addrrea F. J C1ITNLV A CO.. Toledo. 0. eold by all Drucrif ta. Tc. "ale II aU a FanV r I'll), for ronrtlnatr Tt ntAtn ot thb ptr ln Cummins & Tearen utn te Stanford, Kentucky REMEMBER THE FORD SPECIALAGENCY Fbr the JRmvou$ The Largest Selling Brand of Shoes in the World Th. "Patriot" A Fine bhoe Tht "PiUrim' (or BALD HEADS NOT WANTED Baldness is too Generally Considered a Siqn of Advanced Ane lmtS tionilnil norsr.n .Inna nnt. ....... ............ ,...v-l..wv X.VVJ have nn equal with one blessed with -- A- . n, y, o gct -- Hair Fallh s J hair-dressin- c. Mnr-cellu- prc-ion- nl I aaaaaaaaaaafta)ta06aaaaaaaaaavva0a)a)a))a)a)a)a) BEAUTIFUL SILK PETTICOATS TAFFETAS or MESSALINES rin Quality. Sent Poitpald on Receipt ot J 1.03, Money Returned If (lot Satltfactory. All Standard Shades, RATINE the name of the verv swellest thins in wash fabric. For Coats and ! m 8 .1 one piece aresses u is uie correct s fahric. We have it at 39c. 69c to $2 : per yd 3 yds of the $2 grade makes : I 1 m. a liealtliv bead of linir, because baldness is too senerally accepted as an indication of ape. Many lar.'e corporations havc established an ape limit, nnd refuse to tako men over 3o yearo of ape as new employees. Probably Co per cent, of people may lepain n pood head of healthy hair if they will follow our advice nnd accept our offer. Wo have a remedy that wo positively puurantee to .prow hair on any head, inless tlio roots of the linir ire entirely dead, their follicles closed, and 'tho scalp has becomo plazed nnd sllinv. Wo wnnt tionntn tn this remedy at our risk, wiUt the distinct understanding- that unless it does exactly what wo claim it will, and pive satisfaction in every t, we shall mnko no charge for the rejuedy used during tho trial. Wo know exactly tvlwt we aro talking about, and with this offer back of our statement no one shonld scoff, doubt our word, or hesitate to put put our remedy to an actual test. We want evry one in Stanford who is suffering froir. any ncntp or linir trouble, dnndniff, falling hair, or baldness to try Jloxnll "93" Hair Tonic. Wo want them to uso it regulnrly say until threo bottle hnvo been nsed and if it does not eradicate dandruff, cleaiie-- nnd refresh the scalp, tighten tho hnir in its roots, nnd irrow new hniv. trill return every cent paid us for tho jemeity tor tlio mero nskmg. Thero is no formality expected, and wo ox-ano oblipntion from tho user .vhatevcr. We aro established right hero in Stanford, nnd mnko this offer with n full under3tanding thnt our business snecesa entirely depends upon tho sort of treatment w nennnl nnr customers, nnd wq would not daroj were positively certain that we could substantiate it in overy particular. Remember you can obtain Itexall Remedies in this community onlv nt our store. The Rexall Store. Pen ny's Drug Store. bald-headri-res-ueeut SiarBrand'ShLres Mca SOME POPULAR LINES "Our Family" For tmy Mrjnttr "Stronger.Than-TheJjiw- J of trie Family " Th. toiety' SKoe (or Particular Women A ParicuUr Ted" School "Tm &DoyiandCida Show The UtuinrM Mani Sooa " Tho Loocc-- J Wcanna work Shoe Made ; 'Soft and Good' foe A Work Shoe True to Name i All made of GoodLeather. No aubatitutet for leather are ever uaed. "Star Brand Shoes Are Better" L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. There are V - breakertead i r.wi'"'i-'vC- for you N and when that day shall come, money will b your best friend. Start a bank. account today and make the future certain for those depending on you, as well as 'for yourself. .A dollar will do it now here. $1.95 S Ut Before Buying Your Spring Goods dress. COLE & EDDY, - 47 Wt Dept. A. IMMi St. New York Cky. Severance & Son MHtHINHIINNNMIi 1 Have nice Selection of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and sec our Stock and be convinced. 0. 3, nUITTi STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Deposits $69,897.81. Surplus $4,181.43 v ' MUM, n W. L. McCARTY, Pres. G. L PENNY, V.' Pres. M. SALIN, CasMir. J. D. EADS, J. S. RICE, V. Pre. I. S. AL1ERT PHILLIPS, ijt"iif. S5Sitwi''r K"K3fl ' Mv THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, many wo A m.n cannot Pa.n and Mrrad w ith tmcomplasnintly. II the majority ot men .offered I will sell privately my farm of patience the wekeninit .Icknosca that most women do, they would tk for 20 ncres, on the Stanford nnd Crnb for a quick cure. iamediite ympthy and look hy furniiii Orchard pike, six miles from bin-for- d from a life ol mltery and heen Many remedy which it safe nnd thrco miles from Crnb I'ierce'a Favorite I'reicrln ion the rijht !o t.ke bec.u.e cVny,.ininl no narcotic, alcohol or Injur iou. In"dient.. It I. an Orchard, llnj n good frnmo house to the publ.o alterative extract of root., made with pure ft )ccrln, and 6rt f iinPierce, of the of four rooms porch etc., good toR. V. Hy that famou. .pec!.Iit In the di.ea.e. of women-- Dr. bacco barn and other outbuildings Invalid.' Hotel and Surftical Institute of Buffalo, TN. 1. and the best water in the county on Mrt. Ltzin M. HrnriUEit, of Lincoln, Nob.,K9"C"St., the plnce; much tlcasiiro to half of place m cultivafav: "I foml a ttlmonlnl with tnio worth of your that omo rvinwl le. MilTrrlnjf woman may know the tion nnd rest in grass; good blacktram Irmaln trouble but after taking 1 wa a oroat eiilTcn-ono bottio of Dr. I'lercnV Favorlto I'lwrlptlon, which a smith shop on the plnce; well fencwo to tnfce, 1 found myself very much 2(Mf. friend fidloil ed. Afwr fciktne tlirw m;ri lyttlcs ami hIiik two ) I myself on tlin mvs cf Dr. l'lorco's Lotion Tablet, I found Bvo years but W. A. BRENT. R. D. I. Stanford. road to recovery. 1 wns In jiuor health for now I am cnrel. A MOTHER'S CARE -I h(ii all women MilTrrlnK from female wenkniwi will a fair trial. glvo Dr. l'lerce' 1'avorlto vs ncr A careful motber will Doctor Pierce'. Pleai.pt Pellet, reftulate and Invigorate child a medicine without knowing it pure, coutnins no opiates, nnd has .tomacn, meraou nowen, mKirviKu, wn7 Mrs. HcasiiriMns. STAMFORD, KENTUCKY. WOMEN TAKE NOVICE! understand the torture and suffering .. h.e NICE PLACE FOR SALE! ttd """. r ifl?? rrt-crlpt-lon (.. nt IL t fWEr JJbo V J VrinaTi PijExV'llBBasasBasBasBasBasBasBasBasBasBasBBBBl Slaaanaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaal bcaling nnd curative qualities. Such a medicine is Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound for croup, whooping cough bronchitis, nnd nil affections of the throat, chest, and luugs. Iwt and safest for children nnd grown perShu-ga- rs sons. Take no substitutes. nnd Tanner. BLACK JOE t''fWT'aaaal v- - fftalHltfrvaaaaV- - saBaaaaaauaaM !( "i?!r 3 ' V A" aaaaaY' I have made arrangements with 1). Ends and Sons lor their fino stallion Black Joe, for the" tenson of illtl2, so if you want to breed to one oi iuo xini'si suuiuc siiuuuus m Cvntral Kentucky, call nnd sec me. H0 will make the season nt my stable 2 2 miles from Stanford on the Kush Branch l'ike nt $12.50 to insure a live colt. JOHN KING I nm nlo &tanriini; ncain this sea- - J. 1-- great lion ' innl VV..U ..... J!.V.n, .Tlin linc my nt stld In inwnrn n ..... w Mfc living colt. Come and see if you don't think this is the liuest jack in d, or parted with. loncy due when mare is traded All care will 'be taken to nvoid accidents but not responsible should any occur. C. C. GOVER, 30-- 4 Garrard Chief 1835. '"I 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 3-- 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 ribbons. 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 not responsible should any occur. Lancaster, Ky. WASHINGTON JEWEL Pedigree Sired by Chester Jewel, he out of Second Jewel by Chester Dare. First dam by Cnt Davis, be by Washington Denmark, 64. This is n handsome combined stallion, a rich bay. three year old; 15 hands high. He will moke bis first season nt'iny place on the Crab Orchard and Ottenheim road, two miles from Ottenheim at $10 to insure a living colt, senon lut. when colt is foaled, or inure sold, traded or bred to another horse. M. PIKE Crab Orchnrd, Ky. R. F. D. No. 1 TWO FARMS FOR SALE! One of 75 acres, a mile south of Crab Orchard, with good dwelling house,-- bam, and outbuildings nn' Junctlen City. Mesdnmea Wnllnco Govcr and R. II. llronnugh, of Crnb Orchard, nro guests of Mrs. Louis Krcincr. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. T. Rnnkin visited the tatter's grandmother, Mrs. l'enn, in Rowland on Sunday. Miss Annie Cosby, who tenches at Hedgovillc, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Cosby, over Sunday. Rev. F. D. l'nlmctcr, of Moreland. preached two good sermons nt tho. Methodist church Sunday morning and evening. .Mr. Mary E. Hnnktn has been appointed pontmistrcss nt this place to succeed her Into husband, Mr. J. Henry llnnkln. Mis Elln May Illnnford, of Livingston, stopped over with Miss Lucy Hnnkla on her way homo from n visit to friends in Louisville. Messrs. Reynold & Evans, druggists, have had installed 'in Hut dmg store several new cses which reach to the foor, thus doing nwny (Miintorn. vith the Clmrles Clark, of Shelby CH& bought of James D. Shelby the brick building on one of the Wyborg- - Han-p- a lot. Mr. Clnrk is having same torn down. Mr. and Mr. E. J. Tanner nnd Miss Ruth Tnuner, of Mel'.niii'v, .if. ter n vi-- it to Mrs. S. W. Burke, have returned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. G. Z. Knuleonpr. of Loiiimtuii who luiv been uith the lattcr's. iister. Mrs. E. B. Sweeney, hnve u1 turned to their homo. R Charles Powell of Danville, delivered n strong sermon nt tho Cliri.-tm- n church Sundny evening. HapMnng took place after the sor- .ct6 were concluded. Tho graded high school of this place will graduate four young peo ple this year, lliey are, Misrs Gertrude Itichardon. Uicv Hnnfcln, Anna Prewilt and Mr. Frank Powell. The Cumberland Grocery Co., has rented of tho Junction City Enterprise Co., the building formerly in use ns n canning factory, etc. They will use it for a warehouse. Mr. Robert Lcich, who has been seriou.-l- y ill of pneumonia, is improving. Samuel II. WeMerfield. wf Parks-vill- e, was a visitor to this place on Monday. nl WlwWffMiM LaaKalBBlBHH aaVaaaMarflakHV BamaaaaVirllaYKVd aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW For Sa,e Bv PENNY'S DRUG STORE HMaaaaaaaml .jj ajajjijyajajje tin. Albla. Spring is here, tho farmers nrc preparing to grow larger cro;s, than ever before. Tho warm April rains aro mak ing tho grass grow fine. The people hen' nre'mnking gnrdou now, Tho farmers of thin part of th county aro mnking hay while the sun sliiucc. Thnco that had become dis couraged have gone to work, believing that it is never to lnte to do good. Mr. and Mr. Logan Estcs spent Sunday with their dnughter and family. Miss I.ucind.i Gooeh is very ill nt present. Mr. A. C. Munsey nnd family wor nt meeting Sunday near Be Lick. A. L. Payne nnd wife ml work of fercmg, Wallace Gooeh is still alive nnd lint come to thq conclusion that there is nothing m lenp yenr for him. Tlir nicrrlmuN hmo new g.iodand tho ladu nre enjoying tho Albia lias one milliner nnd tho Indies rejoice to know that they can be supplied with any kind of headgear they wih. Sorry to say that the fruit of this vicinity i all praoticnlry killed. Al Payne has set his mill for his second saw tct. dn-play. Frank Hays is improving. J. W. William 14 still continuing LH I .7. tist of Hopkinsville, d W. Jordan, tho well known denKy., writes: "I tit LnV prtlDS fiCrO? wcrcvisilng by back, but since tnking Foley Kidney Pills I hove hnd no pain. I her father Sunday, near Etna. Rocoe Whccldnn nnd wife were gladly recommend Foley Kidney visiting here Sunday. Pills.' Shugnrs nnd Tanner. Jordan Peacock 1148 SEASON OF 1912 J. H. MURPHY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. - Why Pay Fivt Timtt Mtrt for a Rotf than You nttd to? FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it. C, Has no Equal for Farm, Factory and Residence buildi- the celebrated White Sulohur water; the other contains 1GG ncres nnd is located 5 miles bouth of Crab Orchhouse, ard. This has a good it is known ns the Atchison plnce. Address C. H. Adams, Crab Orch R. S. SCUDDER. ard, Ky. 29-C- p. Sired by Peacock 49S by Blue Jeans 3, he by Phillip's Black Horse, he by Gen. Taylor 84. Dam. Lena Hirers Vy Cabell's Lexington; 2d dam, daughter of Louis Jordan, thoroughbred; 3d dam daughter of Wagner. In securing the service1 of this horse, I realize he will produce what the byeeders of this county need: style ami finish. He is not nn untried horse. I know ho has produced more high class horses from common marcs than any stud in Kentucky. He is the siro to breed walk-trhorses, the kind that sell He will stand nt a feo in rench of nil, 13 to insuro a living colt. ot Pedigree What's The Matter onp. too With Your Baby? Mrs M H Adams, Auburn, Ky and Mrs. I. M lloyce. Tip Top, ICy , the only lain-il- e irlvrn Is Vr Caldwell's fiyrup IVpsIn It lias been found to ansnrrmoit perfectly all the purposes of a tixntlve. and Its ery McKinney, The rounc mother nnrt many nn old ! often putilnl to know the cau of chllit'a III nature. Tlia loudncfa of its crylric iliw not ncrs. mrlly Indlcatn the irrlounnra of lt trouble It may hme nothinir more tho matter with It than a hradarho or a feel Inc of ceneral ilullnri.ii. it cannot, of course. ilccrlle Its feellne. tut aa a preliminary meaaure you are aafe In trylnt: a mild laxative. Nine tlmea out of trn. you will flnfl It la nil the child needs, for ha restlessnesa are perhaps due to oband struction of the bowrlK, and onre that has ten remelled the headache, the slusrclahnesR and the many other ev. denrea of constipation and indication 111 quickly dlxa(iear. Pon't site the little one salts, cathartic pllla or nasty waters, for these will they are punratlve. Ky. act aa for a child. and tbe families too atroni; In of hr mildness and freedom from crlptnK recommend It especially for the use of children, women, and old folks generally people mho need a irentle bowel stimulant of American Thousand families have treen enlhuslnstle about It fur mora thim a quarter of a century. Anyone wlnhlnr to make n trial of this remedy before buylni; It In the recular way of a drUKRlst at nfty cents or one dollar a lame bottle (family sice) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charae by simply addresslna; Dr. W. II Caldwell, VnhlnKton Ht., Montlrello. Ill Your namo and addrcaa on a postal curd will do. m Don Varrick Beau Naboth 45006J water tight seams. C, Your Dealer can furnish Samples and Proofs. C U not, ask Us. ngs. CKaatLeakKIects insure absolutely t ROOFING i DEPARTMENT . OHIO The Diem & Wind Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI. Baaaaaaaaaaaaac ILBdBSPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBkff.BBBBBBBBBBBBl Onward Silver and was as game a rnco horse as ever went down the Grand Circuit. Don Vnrrick's first dam by Wilkes Boy, the sire of a great family of Futurity winners; 2d dam, Mary by Bogg's Grey Eagle, the dam of The Wag 2:15y4 and Madclcno Patchen, the dam of Rubuer 2:10, Billy Wilton 2:20, Winchester 2:19 and Miss R. 2:30. Don Vurrick's dnra was the dam of Dr. Connor, that paced a public half mile at Lexington at 1G months in 1:08, r, und sold for $1,000 to N. W. of New Haven, Conn.; also tho dam of Maggie- Igo, that trotted n half mile on same trnck in 1:11 nt 1G months, and sold for $500. Don VaTrick breeds size, speed and finish. His di0rostion s Yr-fec- t. Season money duo when mnro is sold, traded or bred to another horse. Will pasture mares at $3 a month, nnd will tako especial caro to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. ED BALLARD, Stanford, Ky. Wilkes. $25,000, Hub-ingc- Will make the season of 1912 nt my Beau Naboth's dam, Nora Baugh-ma- n stable, ono mile from Stanford, ut by Norvol 5335, by Electioneer $15 to insuro n living foal. chest- 125, 2d dam Lola J. by Metropolitan Don Vnrrick is a beautiful 1372 by Hamiltonian 10, 3d dam Jo nut, 10:2, by the great Onward Silby Onward, by Geo. sephine by Mambriuo Starlight 3042 ver 2:05Vi, be told for by Durlbny 441; 4th dam Mary With BY NABOTH 1011G, by Walsingham by George Wilkes feaaaa'iTMsrtv ers by Oliver (thoroughbred); 5th dam by Wugner; Cth dam by Imp. Trauby; 7th dam by Thornton' Rnt-tle- r. Beau Naboth is a handsome buy, standing 15:3 2 hands of great style and action and perfect disposition. He has proven a breeder, und his own breeding, tho Electioneer-Wilke- s cross is second to none. His crosses with saddle bred marcs have unfailingly produced combined colts of high cjass. Beau Naboth will mako the present season at J. W. Bnughman's stable, on tho Somerset pike, half mile from Stanford, nt $15 to insure a living Money duo when maro is colt. traded or parted with or bred elsewhere. 1-- jHVriJk.. JrAst!x"riajjpjpaaaaaaaj-,aaaa aBaaaaaaa9l7- !ar:vaiv2BaaaT?toiiifcir aaav aaaaT aaKrwajv aaaav J. W. & H. C. BAUGHMAN Stanford, Ky. CARROLL PRESTON' 4383 A horse that is distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the show ring. There were few better rings of colti seen in a ring this year than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky., by Carroll Preston. He is by Preston 022, by Washington M, by Cromwell 73, by Washington Denmark 04; 1st dam Baby Pence 7M, by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam by Almont Forrest.. Fee $25.00 to insure. Carroll Preston ia nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Ky. Also in service two Eighty jacks. Clifton and Russell. Will make the present season at the stables of Jas. II. Woods, two miles west of Stanford, on the Shelby City Dike.t $10 to insure a Urine colt. Trading the Biare forfeits the insurance. Care will be takes to Drevent accidents, but sot responsible should any occur. Both of these jacks are 15V.. hands' hieh. black, with lieht points and bare nroren themselves extra fino breeders. Ten weanling mulo colts br these lacks sold for an average of mom than $123.00 at our sale last fall. Jennets will ha cared for after Juno 1st and will be bred to either lack at $20 to insure a colt. DOCK GREY 31 Inches tall: awned by Hurt ReW Festw will imv. ike the smim ef 1112 at $10 te I nwre.a Hvinf eett.. He Is ay an fm- nw amy inai can 9i,wo m irw wieuaM iMamn ana it reaaraaa ay riMHM as the best aany In Kerttu cky defeatbt aH earners In the shew ar 1803.. Lien retain an all c oits until seasen is aaia. Mares ted wlth'er area' elsewhere farfsi ts Insurance and meney becemes due fiH make the seasen at my farm. nl W DOCK. Wetland ;tate Yy Formal . I will stand my line Shetland stallion Dock for the season of 1912 at thefarra of S. J. Emory on the Lancaster pike, at $10 to insure aliving colt. Dock is one of the finest bred Shetlands ever brought to Kentucky. He is sired by Imp. Blue Eye; 1st JOHN FOSTER, Stanford, Kentucky. dam by Imp. Bobbin II; 2d dam Imp. Nanon by Imp. Bobbin III. TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS He i3 a beautiful blaok and white COURSES: Preparatory. State Car tiflcate, splendidly marked and an aristocrat Life Dlplama, County Certlllcate Review, all over. Jast 40 inches high anil Special. TuiUM'Free te Appafntew, the sweetest little horse you ever saw. B. t. J. Emery, Jr., Low.jAsk 'About It Artiitie Cataieffae Free. I BtaafeN, Ky. HIGH CLOUD 3334, by Highland Gay Ml. by Highland Denmark 731; let dam Patsy Lambert 3350, by Red Cioud 2117. Fee $20.00. High Cloud is a dark bay horse with white markings. Stands 10 hands high and is full made. Has not had much handling but shows lots of action and speed. Both will stand at Nunnelley's stable i. W. O. WALKER, Stamford, Kentucky. ' BBaBBeBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBaBalaBBejaBJBBJjB . r ai avaanarvaaaapaap asaaavmpaaai waaae vianiara. j, if. ataaae KenftieKy, A . hi. . j : t.T T ', "? ?&v t t,T i wm THE STANFORD WEAK WHEAT-H- OW INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 1L W is mm Rheumatic Pains quickly relieved Sloan's Liniment any sort. TO HELP IT. TRIED SEVEN It through tho muscular tissue right to h good for p.iln of x.nctrntcs, without rubbing, the, nnd gives Kniuncnt as.well as temporary relief. doctor and ineral drift-ren- t remrdie but thfjr did not drip me. I olrUlncd a bottle uf htoan't IJnlment which did me 10 much C'xd that I would not do without it ' lot anything." Thomas U Rict of Eatton, V wtltesi haeu?d Sloan' Uni-meand find it fitit-cU- n for rheu matic pjlni." Urol jfajTttc,AU.,wrltt " had rheurratNm (or five years I trlej A, W, 1 Here's Proof. "I ! hit. fntmit !... n' I In Wtite Iment par excellence. I hae usd it for broken sinewi above the knee cap earned liv a fall, and to my great atliaction 1 was able to resume ssy dstits In less than thrtc seeks -- it the decider.: " Mi.ti.C. loNmof Baldwins I.I., j SLOANS LINIMENT At UK Prlom, 2Bo., BOo. A $IMO. Sloan's Book on Hones, Cattle. Sheep and Poultry sent free, AddreM an excellent remedy for sprains, bruises, sore throat, asthma. No rubbing necessary you can apply with a brush. 4tli. Pr. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. Pleasant Paint Rev. Jeffries filled his regulnr appointment at the Baptist church Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. Ituth Unsttn, who hat boon with her mother, Mrs. V. C Alford, lta returned to iter Iiotne nt Ohio. Mr. A I ford u nhle to be up ngn'm after severnl week' n, illness. Mrs. J. Mr, li-- A. Singleton is very sick. Mitchell H also on the bick t. TOPSY BOY. Shetland stallion foaled Muy 10th, 1910, Black, with white on shoulders, white over quarters, white legs, targe white Btar in forehead, imitation white saddle on back. Sired by Given pony, be by Hundley's Blue Eyes, dam Uotsy a very fine pony, that could trot in three minutes and fine as a thoroughbred. Topsy cau trot fast, pace, running walk and high step. I showed Lim at Lancaster fair at 2 2 months of nee. iu sweenstaLc rine against alleged ponies and he took (he premium. I refuted $'.'00 for him tbte times before he was four months old. Will make the Bason of 1912 at tny place in Crab Orchard, Ky., 300 vards from post iffice on Dripping Springs tond at $10 to insure a living colt. W. G. DUNN. KENTUCKY. CRAB ORCHARD. Mr. mid Mrs. J. N. ThacKcr nnd iiunv, xii iiiiriiMiie, nave ucen visiting nt It. J. llogue's. Miss Ada Mitchell has leturned home from llnrrodsburg, where she hud been working. Mr-- s Grace Wnll spent two week"- with her uiitil, Mrs. C. C. (Jooeh, of Stanford. Mr. J. A. Hrown hns loen nt eieiiee Hill, the guest of his son, W. C. Hrown. Mr. Kd Griffin lias moved to Illi- Mt of Mi ' IMPORTANT TO ALL WOMEN WbIbLbbbbbbbbbbbP'- JlJLBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaViBniBBP!! READERS OF THIS PAPER hete. Thousands upon thousands of woHerman Heed, of Yoietnite, is the men hv kiitnoy or bladder trouble tniet of lluliin Carrier. A. S. H. R. 3328 mid never suspect it. I ( it v .Johnon, our efficient teachWomen's complaints often prove to Sired by Dignity Dare 1992, he er of vocal muMc, wrill instruct n be nothing else buf kidney trouble, by Chester Dare 10, he by Black chihs nt Wunehurg beginning SunBuff Oroinotons day next. or the result of kidney or bladder Squirrel 58, he by King William 97. Lnciish Salmon Fnvernlles. e?iri - moved farther down II. Jacob- hadisease. 1st dam Tozaway 4058, also regis- $2 per 15: $15 per 50: Indian Runlav white the pike. (5. Griffin hn n stock of If the kidneys are not in a healthy tered in Vol. 10, A. S. H. R. She by ner Ducks that $3.50 th perl SO eees $1 ner 13: in the store Dcr general merehundi-- e condition, they may cause the other Abdullah Mambrino 3715, be by Al- 100. Mv stock cam ner 50. Blue from the loom vacated by Mr. Jacobs. organs to become diseased. mont 33, 2nd dam Lady Davis by Ribbon winners of this country. Yon may suffer a gTcat deal with Crit Davis, by Baurbon Chief; 3Td Make vour start with the hpst Mnml. TRY ZEMO ECZEMA? rav pain iu th buck Iwnrimj down feel- dam Mattie S., by Foreign Light, by Alwavs triad to showMrs. bird- Em-r-to one interested. v. Sam ing headache nnd loss of ambition. Foreigner, by Impoited Glenco; 4th Jr. Stanfoid. Kentucky. Has Cured Worst Cases and You Poor health makes you nervous, ir- dam Bettie C. by Cunningham's CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS. Can Try it At Our Risk ritable uud may be despondent; it Copperbottom. The bier winter makers any one so. Note. Almont Dare is a show lerstra3s $30.00 lnvprs. ffmm K"l. matine: eees from Hut tliousnnds of irritable, ner- horse under saddle, in harness and Ye tvv Zeino. That's nil you D. CARTE- R,I. asi oenjbjf trom 2nd nen R1.50 per get rid of the wuri.t cuse vous, tired nnd broken down women by halter. A breeder second to none 15. S. C. Rhode Island Reds Tomo. need do to New Livery, Eetrs $1.50 ner 15. hnve restored then health and his colts from grade mares bringing kins strain. eiemii. You Depot Street, O of no experiment. take noischance, it Indian Runner Ducks ti.nr inv i, positiveZeino strength by the use of Swamp-Roo- t, it from $300 at weanlings to $500 and white 'Phone 96 $1 per 11 etres. I have ly giuuuiiteed to stop itching riih, the great kidney nnd bladder remedy. $1,000 at 3 to 4 years; $000 was of- snared neither means nor time STANFORD, KENTUCKY in d raw, bleeding ecreinu niuke u Swumu-Roo- t brinir new life nndU fered for his dam at 2 years old and selectme this itock. Thev are from Miionth find clean. Zemo face activity to the kidneys, the cause, of $400 for his 2nd mire winnine nnd heavy lavinz dam when horses is u wonder and thu minute applied Mich troubles. were cheap. His 3rd dam coidd rack A. C. Hill. Stanford. Kv.. R. F. D. ras-.- " leave- - no evi- - VntrKof su rifM irviliTV lit sink., in, viinMie irnucaJiii wiirm (iwilll rani 11 U1WI nui i Many send for a sample bottle to as fast as Hv such treatment, weak wheat a good horse could run deiite. diwii t tick, no gieiiM-- , just WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. the grent .under whip and spur. He is pretT Jota this Society. Sick, accldsot, a pare, clean wonderful liquid uud will be gieatly benefited nnd mater- see what Swamp-Hoo- t, a $1.00 for 15. also Indian introduce our Kidney, Liver nnd bladder remedy ty 4tita banedti. And townids n profitable is guaranteed. Zeino ially cu-bay 10 hands and weighs around Duck esrira $1 for 12. Mrs.Runner This L. P. MMtMrshlpi. All or spire time. S50 it put up b the K. W. Hoo Medi- yield of superior quality of grniu. will dofor them, livery reader of i 1200 pounds. Goes C distinct gaits Nunneliey. Lancaster. Kv.. R. It. N to $300 a month. Every Slember thi'' paper, who has not already all good and fnst. One full 2. nhone Stanford Exchange 103 A. cine Co., St. Loui, Mo., nnd sold brother glTes you a steady monthly Key. J. G. Livingston will preach tried it may nddre-- s Dr. Kilmer ft C - (hroughout Anieri-- i sold for $3,000 nnd another reportKaporlence cot neetleit Write l. nil drnumtS. C. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS. mill in Stanford nt Penny's drug nt Mt. Zion Sunday morning nnd ISiiushmnton. K. Y. nnd receive a ed sold for $1,500 nnd on sister, Covlnjton. Ky, ,i. tor plans. Uor , sample bottle free by mail. You enn 'siindnv night April 30. Mule, ?M .??' winter layers. Our hens Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. Pretand purchase the reculur old. ty good breeding don't you tliinkt R. L.100 esss ,n February. Mrs. Berry. Hustonville. Phone L size bottles nt nil drug Season 1912 at my stable 2 2 store. WHITE PEKIN DUCKS miles fiom Huston ville on Liberty piko nt $15 to insure live colt. Money i1 Per Settino. due when colt is foaled, mare part- Moraan S. Bauahman Jr.. Phone 41 Stanford. Kv. ed with or bred elsewhere. Grass at Pedigree. -S- ired by S. T. Harris,' $2 per month und nlj, stock will have R. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. King Kugle, Vol. 0, A. S. II. It., No. my personul nttehtion but will not Vhoe wonderful Hoot & Herb medicines have been making 6iicu .wonEecs $1 for 15. li.ViU, he by Royal King 2555, he by be responsible for accidents. Mrs Uf CorP I nnnn n n x--derful elites for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the rend"" "" lie by Stonewall JackOn Time, ;Phonfl lOS-Y- ." respondence nnd inspection invited. ofThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates offerer son 72. Koyul King's 1st dam Mollie S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS ed by its editor. The niuuo of my great universal remedy, is Mouutz -- oSi, he was the noted sire Can sunolv 210 ecu incubator in Lexington, P. S. King Cabhell'b COM--CEL--SA- R. ?nnV8ii-!.ce,iis Rer 15 or $3 Der l.'ugle' 1st dam Hip, 3579, she by fi J. M. Cress. R. d. 4. I 100. Ilugle Dird 1014, ho by Old King Stanford Phoue 380-& Herbs. It i nn ideal spring & fall tonic, stom-ticLaneastr composed of 10 Hoots Kngle 750, 2d dam Red Lion, 3rd i is a body & liver, kidney, bladder & blood soiiieJy. INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS fig T "r dam by Ilurris' Denmark, lie by Milnerve builder of gieal merit & should be used both spring & fall for ler Denmark 45; 4th dam by Jim Fawii nnd white. Heavv lavers. whito etres 75 rents for 15. Mrs. putting the blood & general system in fine condition to meet tho neces-snr- y Hell, Thoroughbred. Robert Nunnellev. Stanford. Kv.. R. changes tnking place .flt those seasons. ConCelSar is sold nt all King Kngle, Jr's. 1st dam wis D. No. 1. Phone Hustonville. drug stores, tho' some times, you find a druggist who for some reason Mollie Dtennoti, she hy Old Drenuou, will not handle my remedies. In that case, I, will, on receipt of the price 2d dam Coppei bottom, nnd runs rPJ)HInHKHF.-HHpWHITE CHINESE GEESE SrsiBk is pack- bnck to Davy Crockett. send it postago paid nny plnco on earth. ft f,.- - (CI of HPiri J. Thos. Haeklgy. Jr.. R.' D, No. 2. Note. King Kngle, Jr., is i years ed & backed by a legal guarantee thnt gets back your dollar if Stanford. Kv. also for old dntk bnv with ono white bind fails to do what you buy it for. Cull for Science Sope which is made of pure vegetable oils foot, nice mane mid tail, stands full 's Charlie FINE BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK 1,000 pounds for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for '.Tin & money back if you don't 17 hands high, weighs every way. A wKa'vS5riraBraByrW0" EGGS and well ptoportioned happen to like it. $2.00 for 15 1 $2.00 Doultrv book or otiibmed stallion witn picuty My years of experience as a cowboy & among the Indians, give free with vour first order. Send speed, style mid action, his colls n0CK knowledge of till value of Roots & Herbs as medicines, & I would like to send every show Ihought'oneoftheredjacksfrom Farnn me ," peculiar fitness ft that he is a splendid breeder v ... - - ,,v. frion.U of vours. a copy o the greatest book of its kind over published, entitl He will mnk0 the season of 1012 at J. K. Baughman that has made .1.: A GREAT POULTRY REMEDY It is filled with startling facts obtainable uo place else, & costs you nothing my barn, one milo West of Wnynes-Imr- g record for himself. Will stand him ed "fh Cawhov Herbalist". say so & I will mail you one for 1912, lithographed in five George II. Farris has taken the at mv place at $12.50 to insure. on Fishing Creek at $10 to in but post card & if you want a fine calendar, TWO SHETLAND PONIES Kncy " Stanford for the great entitled "Ready for the round-upsure a living colt. cheerfuTy answered, information given relative to Roots ft Herbs as medicines. Catholic Enrique, a white and black stal-lio- n People's Poultry Remedy ami Pan. 7et t. Mnres traded, parted with or bred of great beauty nnd style 'foal- pie's Stock Remedy. These are said Erekial 47:12. Ecclesiastes 30: 14, 15, 10, 17 also Chapter 38; 4, 0, 0, elsewhere without my consent forRead YVur or Write feits the insurance, and the money ed 1009 by L. C. Price's the Major to give complete satisfaction wherevWisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psalm 103:14. 'to 31-t- f. .o if modern doctor, with becomes due at such transaction. of Penmoken 9921, dam Lady Gray er used. Th. Bible .ay. "HipMu Heal Thy!'' sAM nrtHAnfa hut C949. I.I..H In Yw to-- be uT.df poUon, can't heal .heuiselve,, what chance, have mercury Jesse is known by everybody, t w uea y.u wnt a bond of any not reiponsible should any occur. Your, for a lomj, clean, healthy ft successful life. tr r tM r :i. mi rouey. "" oa. ni.ih WHITE-MOOiney wavnesDiire. tx. wse ine jacK n nas made ms own iin.i W. IrMdway, LNlivHIe, Ky. Phone in CHARLIE represent tn American Surety Co., reputation. CALDWELL 4 MN, C. 6. information, book or clendtr,ddres Dept. 7. If you writ for 24-tWayuesburg:, Ky. M. S. BAUfiHMAN, ftMftrl, Ky. largest ta tue world.' R. F. D. No. 4. bbbbbI9bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK u, lt Flirrence Wall was the guest Ktliol Hogue Sunday night. Mis Anna Webb, of King's Mountain, spent u few days with friends $a0a0aootfoo t$Cr$&O$&0$$OOO a pun-ple- "Winter wheat in bud condition" of tho condi-tio- il of this important cereal throughout the Middle West Stutes. A largo percentage of the millions of uercs devoted to this crop is reported to bo weak and to have been severely injured by udeise wintering conditions. In many places the ground is batting, utid still further Such serious injury is threatened. conditions cull for immediate 'action. The furmcr knows that tho wheat plant lectures heat, air, moistuiu und uvuiluble plant food ill older to live uud make satisfactory giowth. The Iuck of tiny one of these mcuus death to the crop. A- - the wurm sun of spntig beuts upon tho burdened wheat fields, it utilises tho evuporutioii of hundreds of Imrri'N nt water per day from e 00 uiT0 field, because tho wuter connection between tho surfuco soil und the wuter supply below is complete. Now, to stop this grcut, evaporation, uud to ullow air to enter into the spaces, the i'urmer must uct quickly if he is to savc ids crop. lie should roll his wheat field us soon us it will beur u team upon it, uud follow this rolling iuimcdiutcly with u light harrowing. If he ha u "weeder" he can 'accomplish u grent deal of good by going over the wheat crop with this tool. If he bus burrows with adjustable teeth, he should throw these teeth back ut uu nngle of 45 degrees and harrow the field, going back and lorwurd over the field parullel with thu wheut rows. Hits harrowing will not Btir the surtuce deep, enough to injure the wheut loots, but will help the sod conditions greutly by preparing u surfuco mulch. This surface mulch will breuk up the wuter connection in tiie soil und effectively preveut an injurious amount of evuporutioii. 'Always follow rolling with u light harrowing, If, however, the luiu.ii- - does not have u roller, or if he doe n.it think it wine j0 roH the wheut, he can help tiie wcuk wheut crop u great deal by n cureful burrowing. The tinv wenk plant need.., special nourishment. It should have an nbundunco of readily nvailuble plan xoou oi ui(. rigui liiiiu to cue it a vigorous start and maintain it in vigorous growth. Such help can be supplied by broadcasting 100 to 300 pounds per acre of u fcitilier ubout U to o per cent li to 8 per cent phosphoric ueid, und 5 to 7 per cent potash. This should be broadcasted or distributed on the wheat through the fertilizer attachment of the whe.it drill. If the wheat drill is used, of cour-- e the disks will be left mi that they will not cut the Young wheat plant. This fertilize should be put on the wheat instead of fore it is rolled. The harrowing will work it into the xoil. The above opeintions enn be carried on even until the wheat is up 4 inches, without injury to the crop. Tin practice is common among European wheat growers. If grit?, nnd clover seed i, sowi upon the wheat field iu caily spring, practice of this early, cultivation will bury the sed sufficiently deep Tho to insure sood germination. addition of nvailuble plant food in the form-- , mentioned, will greatly incieae the chiinces of a succes fill is the general report bits-IK-n- $ Johnson, 111., People's Stock Remedy Guaranteed to keep 9 POULTRY COLUMN 0 Relinble Breeders ofof Pure Bred Poultry Card i Five & tf a t)tf r O Lines $1 DOCTORS Pe-ru-n- year Stock In a KrBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflrlaaCl My Life Saved by Mr. S. B. a. healthier and tetter condition. ""-- &' W-'t'- Oreenvlllc, writes: years ago t had ono foot In the grave. I had tried oven doc- yean with catarrh. Two mLLLt bbpIP t r oubled L SBBBBBBBBBBBBVMrHrHiHrBkCy "I was for five People's Poultry Remedy Gaarmteed the IEST Egg Producer and DitMH Praientatlie. Every 'SEBrBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBPV on Renedles seld Personal Guarantee, backed by t rlrlrlrlK ifik V';.V a a tors and also went to niaBbt v si w George H. Farris Stanford, Ky. specialist In ae catarrh vera St. Louis, and took R. O. Collins, Postmaster, Bencgat K. J., was troubled with n, severe Mr. 8. 8. Johnson. of la grippe cough. He says: "I would medicine a day. I could not walk more bo completely exhausted after each than a hundred yards without resting. fit of violent coughing. I bought "My friends told me to take Peruna. a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. and I did 10. I now fed that Ptruna Compound and before I had taken The lavitiL' strain that fills the has aavad my lift. It Is the best medicine on earth, and I would not be it all the coughing spells had en- cetr basket, in zero weather: carlv Settine tirely ceased. It can't be beat." maturine hie boned frvers. per without It." eces. house, delivery. $1 15: Shugars and Tanner. suiDnimr eegs $1.50 per 15. Mrs. A. C. Alford. Stanford. Kv. Will Rebuild Mill At Parksville. 1 kinds S. C. Crystal White Leghorns d From hens with records of over 200 cees a venr. Tho strain that lavs is the strain that navs. Eirirs from No. 1 pens $2.50 per 15 earsrs. other pens $1.50 Per 15 $7.00 ner 100. Get in the lavine class. Order today. Lock Bor 500. A. C. Alford. Stanford. Kv. Aircnt for Tulane incubators not to overheat. Call at houso and sen samulc. trap-nestee"uar-nnte- ed J. J. Cozntt, of Parksville, tins awarded to Mr. S. L. Qutljrie, of Danville, the contract to erect u modern milling plant nnd elevator on the site of the old mill which wns destroyed by fire some months ago, says tiie Advocate. Work will be commenced at once and the new mil' will be strictly and modern in every particular and the elevator will hnve u capacity for several tlionsand bushels of wheat. The entire plant will cost $20,000 and Mr Guthrie hopes to have his part of '.lie work completed by the 15th of June and the new plant will be p into opeintion with the harvesting of the new crop of whet. Tiie fact that Mr. Cozntt will ichuild will be received with pleasure by the citi-reof the Parksville section, ns it was rumored for a time that the plant would not be ns lP ONE R0P OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE gtple don the throat of wormi caicktn. dettron in 11 and Iftvtl tha chlek'l Is. , A lew dropt la th drinkinc water enraa ana INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS Esres for snle 1 Dcr settine of 12 or $3 for 45. All orders receive iiromut attention. Wolford N. Lov-el- l. R. F. D. No. 1 Box 80. Stanford Kv. BUFF ORPINGTONS I nm ecttine 21 dozen enrs a week from 80 hens. Settine of 15 for $1. C. C. Withers. R. F. D. No. 2. Stau-for- d. Kv. Phom 1C3-- PREVENTS DISEASE 801)11011 For the treatment of White Diarrhoea In chick ant Blackhead and other dltcasea In turkey FOUim (DIE HIS NO EQIMl bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV- One SOc bottle make 12 aalloitaof medicine. Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard, Ky. aBBBfaBBrBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBY-??- ' Almont Dare Lavers-Pavcrs-S.- C. ee-u'- ""',l e. i. S0-ce- Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. one-doll- 7-- 1-- KING EAGLE, JR. h, Com-Ce-S- ar JL I G ar mam 5-- R Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Ce-S- White-Moon- JlSlev. - '"" ,.i,' ". lHtoZ iS Proiln TotC N, H. a J Mm f. Wm M4MMWVo" PfTfgg 1 -r 3 H ' THE FAMENS Posted Fred Hnndorf. Farmers, read VT. II. Iligirins' standing ml this issue. I'rof. Wnu Martin spenks to the fanners of Lincoln county n't two o'clock Saturday afternoon. Don't fail to hear liira. bushels of German milI have let seed for sale; grown from south-cr- n seed; first class seed. V. S. 31-- 0 Wighnm, Jloreland. Kv. I have lust returned frwn Indiana with a shipment ef nice general purpose horse. In the btinch are a team or two of extra nice Percherou mares. 5 and 8 years old, lust the thing for big mule breeders. They are for sale privately at Nunnel-lev- 's Stock Yards. See me or S. J. Myers there . Chas. Lutes. I am standing two jacks at mv place this season, one at $10 and the other at $12.50 to insure. M. S. Dniighman. 32-- 3 THE tTANFOM INTEWR J4HJR WAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. m BuyAnlHC Spreader From Your Local Dealer COME TO LEXINGTON AND ENJOY- 1 TiLUS m I j& doubt a good is a necessity on every farm. Every , live farmer has asked himself spreader is best?" I "Which ' "Why is it best?" and, "Where ' can I buy that spreader?" The answer to these questions is buy an I H C spreader from your local dealer. TheJcrtility of your soil de-much on proper Eends as on thn manure itself. as BEYOND Another Big Time. During the Spring Races, April 27 to May 9 Greatly reduced railroad rates for every day. Cheaper than staying at home. Besides, look at the Merry Good Time in store for you. The races are bigger and better than ever. The Merchants are ready to welcome you. Come to the Great Retail Market of Central Kentucky. Five hundred stores carry the greatest assortment of Spring goods ever seen in Kentucky. Besides, the prices are right. Yiu Can Bay Ywrstlf Rich far Vary Littla in Lexhgtaii. Settle the manure spreader question once for all. See the local dealer and buy an I H C Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century Corn Kin; or Cloverleaf ' show The I H C local dealer will yoil good spreader con- struction and explain why it is good. When you buy your cattle at $0.12 2 pe,r hunspreader from him, he will set it up for you. show you how to dred, tp D. and T. Rankin, 12 cattle at 6 2 cents, to Thos. adjust it, start ycu off right, and be right there all the time to Durham 17 calves at $19, to Jeff cattle at G take care of any future needs. Robnrds 12 cents, I bull at $30, to Price 10 4 Study fertility; learn why a cattle at $32 each. good spreader is good. Buy an John M. Helm, of the Parksville H C spreader from your local I dealer that is the beginning section, lost a fine steer Sunday. In small of the most profitable farming, j walking too neur a way. stream the It fell in embankment gave btamtMttl HirTMtw Cifiay .1 Aaatal such a position it could not get out. 500-pou1-900-pou1-C80-pou1-525-pou- Cholera ha been and continues tj kill the hogs in the Parksville secJames Tarkington and Joe tion. Tnikington, Jr., have recently lost ten or twelve. The loss is very heavy now on account of the high price of corn. Dr. H. L.f Casey, of for Danville, vaccinated forty-tw- o the Tarkington brothers and about a dozen for Joe M. Tarkington, Sr. , Lillard. Fox nnd McDowell sold, tit the Danville pns, the following stock: To Granville Cecil, Sr., 10 d cattle at fi 4 cents; 13 d cattle calves at $'J3, 34 d cattle at 6 4 cenH, 29 at 0 cents, to Dr. Pitman, 6 calves nt $20 each, Ao Joe Irvine 10 800-poun1-700-poun1-- COME ANY DAY , COME EVERT DAY April 27 ?::! :.vai 0. It. Martin the Fourth street grocer und meal man, bought nt Stanford, 10 steers nnd heifers, at 5 cents per pound. He also bought a fancy butcher hdifer of Mr. Chnrles Caldwell, for $57.50, and one of Jos. Alcorn for $50. He bought several other heifers nnd steers at 4 4 to 4 4 cents und four veal calve at five cents per pound. Their purchase were the cream of this and Lincoln couutv. Danville 1-3-- DURING THE RACES. May 9 L CUcacs llncorponled) f this Bureau is to furnish. . Tho purpoto-ofree of charge to all. the best Information obtainable on better larmlni. II you have aarworthr questions concernlntso eroDS. iiu uiaiuKC irrigation, tertiiiier. etc . make your Inquiries specific and ind them to I H C Service Bureau. Harvester UuIUllng, Chlcaio. USA -j IHCSarlulmu USA When found it was so chilled from iiirrr m mSsaVBBaaiJTaBW reSHBaajMela ti THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with that is not cheapening materials worthy of the name. If you have had experience with tho 'latter kind 'you don't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't Buy our real paints experiment;. and save yourself 'disappointment nnd money as well. Stanford. Ky. J. A. ALLEN. W v .ass i The Highest Market Price will be paid for all lying in the cold water ft could not be revived. Mr. Phelps Cobb has let Mr. It. S. Scudder, of McKinney, take his nice Preston mare "Etta Bell" to breed this year. She will be stinted to "Rex Peavine." Mr. Scudder pays Mr. Cobb $300, but "Etta Bell" is one of tho finest mares in Kentucky. Danville Messenger. Monte Fox, of Danville, sold last Week 450 head of cattle to New York narties at $7.25 jer hundred. The nt the dis cattle had been slop-fe- d tilleries in Marion county. This is one of theNbiggest cattle deals that has been made in Kentucky in many months. Fox ODaniel & Co. have sold to Xew York parties 540 head of fat-ti- e now being fed nt the Mueller, Wnthen & Kobert Distillery at $7.25 per hundred. This firm nlo sold to the snme parties one car of bulls nt 5 4 nnd one car at 5 2 cents Gardner & Co. nt Loretto, has sold 150 head of slop cattle to parties in Indinnnpolis nt $6.00 per hundred, also two enrs of bulU at $5.55. Thw year bids fair to be n prosperous one for nil who fed cattle at the various distilleries during the pairt winter nnd cattle feeders nre rejoicing over the nice profit they expect to realize. Lebanon Elites- -' prise. Mr. J. M. Lunsford hns a cow six years old that gives three gnllon? of milk a day. It tested 7 per cent nt the creamery which would be eqhal to two pounds of butter per day. r sixty pounds of butter a moiVih. Who can bent that? 3-1-- Top hogs were $7.85 at Cincinnati Friday; top cattle $7.85; lop sheep $5.25; lambs $11. E. J. Bickley, of the Shelby City section of the county, had a couple of mares to drop two mighty fine looking colts this week by Nevin Carter's great Pereheron stallion This U Voltaire's First Voltoire. crop of colts in thin section, and some mighty fine mule products sro expected from him. ft Do You Want a This cut shows you what we are now prepared S to construct. We have one of the famous Polk Machines with which to build Silos like this, and if YOU are thinking of building a Silo, call on 'or write us before you do anything, and we'll interest you. We have already contracted for six and cannot build but a limited number, so you had better not delay, but get in next. We have the territory of and Garrard Lincoln counties. Telephone 136 cook Ktove, one heating stove and many other things loo numerous to mention. Sale begins at 9:30 A. M. I will offer nt Publio Sale on PROF. J. DATS0N. Saturday May 4, 1912, (lilberts Creek, Ky. My homo near Duddcrar's mill on Dix Itiver, four miles south of LanSPRING SUITING caster, nnd four miles east of StanMy new spring and lammer samford, containing two acres nnd 15 poles of land, plenty of water nnd ples ara now rtady for your inipee-tio- u. They comprise tha best 9n fnrit, good house nnd out buildings If not sold it will be rented. Also the market. I can suit anyona as to one horse 8 years old, work any- price who had his clothes mads to where you put him, one wngon nnd order. A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready mads clothes. hnmess, one buggy nnd homos, To have them mads to measure some funning implements, nlso doesn't cost any more than rtady household ami kitchen furniture, made when quality and fit is conconsisting of one organ, oie Chif- sidered. Come in and let me take fonier, ulso lot of chairs, one bed, your measure. some carpet, one glass snfc one H. C. Rliplcy, The Practical Tailor. PUILIC SALE - SPRING OXFORDS. OUR LINE OF SPRING AND SUMMER SLIPPERS IS NOW COMPLETE. IN PATENTS. VICIS. VELVETS COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Lincoln Circuit Court W. C. Pcttiw nnd others, Plaintiffs vs L. A. Pettus nnd others, Defen' dants. Pursunut to a. judgment of sale entered in the above styled court nnd ense, the" undersigned Mastei Commissioner will nt nbout 2 o'clcok -- SATINS. TANS ETC. THE FAMOUS MAY MANT0N LINE. BEST QUALITY AND RIGHT PRICES. kinds of Produce, Hides and Furs. See us before you sell, get price in country or delivered. a PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. ft Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. Northern White Seed Oats Crushed Ear Corn Cotton Seed Meal PHONE 153. H. B. Northcott T.K. TUDOR. Mgr. 013 Monday, May 13. 1912 111 being county court dnv offer for sale UBJU at publio outcry to the highest :nd Is! 5 best bidder, before the coutt house in Stanford Ky. tho following IS door described house and lot of laud in the town of Ciab Orchard Ky., shuHounded nted on Stanford SUvyt by the lands of John Kiddle on the 1 East; A. Davis 'on the North; on the ! Wast bv G. B. Lyne nnd on the on CALL AT ll south by Stanford street. Thi pro21 perty is sold to satiafv a lie.n in favor of W. C. Pettus for the stun of $21)7.75 with 0 ier cent interest Ihereon fwiJi Mnrrh L'ld 1005 Until nniil nnd for the furt'ier purpose of dividing tho proceed. nmong Iiciin entitled thereto, after the payment of said debt and the costs of this rction. Said sale will be miplo i.ii u credit of 0 months, nnd the purchaser will be lequired to execunte bond with AND IMBAkMER pi Moved personnl scu'intv for the UNDERTAKER linvhase price, pay:tbl. lo the unSTANFORD KENTUCKY. dersigned Commissioner, nnd bearOffice PHom 117. Hmm Prom 3f. ing inteiest ut th rat? of it per cent per annum from date of sale, Ktiil ii Hen will he revived on the N. L property to secure li payment o IM No. U, Mouth, 111? said bond nnd snme shall have the No.SoUib,10ltiAM. Ho.U, orth,l:)A. force and effect of a judgment. aaasan No. . Marts. I:t r. . Witness my hand this April 23, Mo.r,M:WA MIL 1912 -No..l:r.M. ' JOS. MCI. E P PtMWlQttlla M C 1 C C 343 J. C. WcClary E. T. Pence's and see the latest style 016 Linseed Meal ill r. . Hay. Straw , CORN PLANTER. THIS IS SOMETHING NEW. Salt and Coal. Prompt Delivery. TIME TKBLE ' I . I Fertilizer of All Kindt. r? bbsbbbI I J. Hi H. Baughman JtanforeJ, Kentucky. Co. k St 5 ' al 4 f. ' j i. Ant. 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