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TUF.SDAV, APRIL 30, 1912 i "c TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. A STEARNS CORPORATION BIG THINGS AHEAD WELL, WELL, COL. CHINN LINCOLN COUNTY JURY Tho slwvrcs nro $10 SON SUCCEEDS FATHER do business. FORCIBLE EXPOSITION no otio can purchaso more ACQUITS LIGE TURPIN each and FOR ROCKCASTLE IS THE "GOAT" AFTER ALL AS BANK PRESIDENT Is Seeking to Control New County OF THE FARMERS' UNION than MO shares, thus tho stock hol Officers, Says Attorney Pope ders invest from ten to fivo hunW. J. Sparks Installs Machinery T Meet at Louisville To Evidence Against Old Man Was William H. Shanks Chosen Head ot "Hiqh-BrowMade In Address to Large Crowd dred dollars, but icmcmher each Congressman And Slip the Pulverize Limestone For Attorney R. L. Pope, of Williamscumstantlal And Verdict Has Lincoln County National Bank Saturday-Ot- her stockholder has only ono note. In f Farmers Here burg, Whitley county, was her0 late Use of the Farmers. Popular Approval. Colonel a Lemon. way men uud not money conAt Election Saturday. this Speaking Dates. lust week en route home from Frank-fot- t, trol. where ho hud been with Dr. A. Ar,. we successful f is often asked The next year or two bids fair to Well, well, it seems After deliberating a short time. Oathff to see the Governor with reAt u meeting of the directors of thut the Trof. V. M. Martin, national or- by tlu ' Let us see. the Lincoln County Nutionul Bunk "highbrow" iiinn. nud the "gonts" deter- the Lincoln county jury which wn ference to the appointment of the sec Rockcastle county come to tho ganizer of the Farmers' Union, spoke Six .vents ago stores Sntnnliiv. William II. Shanks wus commercially with rapid Lige Tuipin, ut Mt. Vernon,1 mined to huvo a little meeting, after trying officers of the new county of Mc- - front W. J. Sparks has just strides. on the charge of having killed Doge to n largo crowd of farmers at the vveie opened in Minneapolis stalling elected piesideut of the bunk to till pick the next (T) Congress- Phillips, one night during the lirod-heu- d ( reary. Mr. Pope says that a com- made arrangements for tkojfrindiug; companies opera'ting sev- the vacancy in tho presidency cuus- - all, and court houie here Saturday after-noo- with three u plete set of officers has been rertores a basis. Now those ed by the death of his lather, tlic man for the democrats of this disfair several years ago, return- commended by parties representing ot limestone in his big quarries, tor His nddrcti opened the cjes en people can boast of 111 Rtores op- late Samuel H. Shanks. Mr. Shanks trict. ed a verdict into court acquitting the big Stearns Mining Company, the purpose of soil enrichment, and It was in erating in Minnesota. Wisconsin, N. un nwnv nt the tune, but returned oC many of his lientcr. will soou bQ shipping this valuable The Lunch of gentlemen who had Turpin. and that if they are named, the new product Dakota, S. Dakota, Illinois uud Mis- home Siitdrdiiy. and signified thut he jury met with county will be practically controlled rwrt as follow a: The judgment of out to the farmers all over worked with might and main to se- approval ceneruHy the tho state. Ho has installed several of those who had by this corporation. To tho farmers of Lincoln and souri. Tliev have a paid up capital will accept this responsible nuu Jion- cure a congiossionnl convention, be- - heard particulars of tho affair, the Tho Rock(no big machines especially to pulverize i Doth their friend: What is tho Farm- dale wilier) of fl.r000.00l.has demon-otrnte- d orabl,, position, Dr. Gntliff and Attorney system of Knglnud, The I'tecti.m nf Mr. Shanks to fore the legislature passed the direct evidence against the old man, who Pope arc stalvrart democrats of Um the limestone, ami has at last beea it ers Union fort For what docs for more than 20 years tliat this place continues till unbroken le- - pnmury law, so that they might wns n Confederate soldier, having mountains, and desirous of seeing able to secure freight rates from HtundT What aru iU tnetluds of the svstem is tho only coid of this popular and inomiuent combine forces ngitinst Congressman " tho railrouus I",relv circumstantial. out of Mt. Vernon Tho good men, controlled by no man or work and what benefit will mem- salvation for the farmer. tiiuuly nt the head of this splendid Helm, slipped down to Louisville and corporation mnila officers of the new which will enable him to carry oa th0 business with some fair dejrre Mr. John II. All over the south we are daily tinuneiul institution. They were siues bers secure t These and many othendenvored to hold a "secret' meet- - aiv,. w rova entertainment during county. Dr. Gntliff is n candidate of profit. The farmers of the state question lire usked by men who showing what organized effort nnd Shiinl., uncle of the new president, er for delegate to the national conand vention ft om the Eleventh congres- arc just beginning to awaken to the will do and is doing. wns chosen lis piesideut of the ing nt the Victoria Hotel, way out their siny in Mt. Vernon, feel the necessity of bettering their Stock is sold to folks living in bank upon its founding in 18"0. by the depot where the reporters through the L J. deiie to express sional district, and seems certnin of vast possibilities of soil ennchment condition us farmers. muii The" "Fvnmors Kduontionnl and trading distance of on,, of the stoics Upon his death, his brother, the Ial would not lind them, nud pick aHelm, their nppiecintioii to nil for the ho- - heme chosen, and no better selection contained in the powdered limestone, pitnlities extended them. The juiy could be to make the race against .Mr. Union of America" is Men and women vote no money S. II. Shanks, succeeded to the presmade by the mountain and with a plant producing such a ".secret" valuable substance right at their a fruteruul benefictury ussociutiou Fixed dividends lire paid on stock idency, und now it is passed to his But the whole gathering came out, leturned homo Satuiday night, ilemocrats. 1 plucked a when the select on, and ull who know him feel gets hue' Mr. Pope snent tho niirht with his doors, a tremendous detuuud for this of fanners, tho preamble of whose ai'ii each patron-membSays Helm Is Sure Winner. that he will maintain the hon- large and juicy lemon uud tried to the pioiit on his own imrchus fit constitution is us follows: father, Mr. J. T. Pope, a prominent fertilizer should be developed. Tito Kentucky Portland Cement Geoige II. Willis, of Shelbj villc, fanner of the Mnrksbury section, paid or or uud icspohsilnlity of this impor- slip it to Col. Chinn. The doughty In the cause of modem industrial dividends, tant post with the same fidelity tr vvsirrur fiom Mercer wouldn't stund secretary to Congressnuin Helm was who drove him here to catch the Company, of Baltimore, with a cap development, we find it necessary o, utterly. ital stock ot $12,000,000 and a bond the interests of its putiou, nnd de- for it, nnd told them so in plain jlerc a rew ,i,iv t,is wwkt ()Il Imi,j. train for Williamsburg. -that the farmer not only apply the Men v.ho manage our issue of $01,000,000 has been organ itgrioulturc, tivc store are learning wher,. to votion to its welfare as a substan- United State, nnd incidentally in- - lles for j,;, t.ljL.f Mr. Willis nvs principles of scientific Courier-Journreporter thnt there is nlisolutcly no doubt of ised ami has acquired the old probut thut ho systematize his business buy t lit ir supplies learning that the tial public institution, that has chur. formed a Report of Condition of ...... .......! perty of the Pine Hill Coal Company' Here's what thelthc renominntioii und ... of and apply the prin- best place nlwujs is the factory, if UUllil114 Ilin ,... ti1.tl.Y lln iiimtwnit of the frame-uby III,' FIRST NATIONAL BANK v at Pine Hill, Rockcastle county, had about it Mr. Helm. He sny.s that leading do the long anil successful existence, of Courier-Journciples of scientific commerce. lactones refuse to sell to us, then : mocrnts nil over the district have At Stanford, in the State of Ken- which comprises nbotit 1,800 acres1 Fxpetisivu and wustetul methods we are forced to make things for this bunk. For tho purpose of centering Oil written him thut they are for him, tucky, nt the close of business. of land. The compauy will erect at ut exchange luivo been it constant ourselves us we are doing in many At the same time the directois once a plaiit with a capacity ot elected Mr. John N. Menefee, Sr.. the strongest man to make the uce u great many of them in the comities April 18, 1912 dram on the fanning class and places. 200 bnnels per day and ulso open a , nre being made to jis u director to fill the vacancy on aguiiist Congressman Hnrvev Helm whcie effort 6eculntiou has been allowed to Resources: Ii't me illustrate bv telling what the Roaid caused bv the dentil of for the democratic nomination for stir up the chief opposition to him. coal mining plant with a capacity of demoralize markets uud prevent its the Loans & Discounts ...$182,729 05 500 tons per day. The main offices Union is doing in Farmers' operutiou of the law of sup- Tennessee. We own 28 cotton ware- Mr. Shanks, which selection is uNo Coiigiess from the Uightb district Mr. Willi says also thnt he is al- Overdrafts, secured and mnormal of the corporation will he in Balti-- i adjudged by nil to be a splendid one. ii meeting of prospective candidates most as confident thut the demoply and demand. iscalled G3 more, nnd Mr. Brent R. houses, with gins and seed houses was held in room TiOl at The Hutchcraftr To enable the farmer to meet tlii'-- o attached, cratic candidate for president will U. S. Bonds to secure cir- 3,304 selling large quantities formerly of Winchester will be superlast night. Those present were be elected in November ns he is that Lancaster. conditions uud to protect their culation diieot trom the warehouse to mills. 50,000 00 intendent of 'the Coal Mining departwe have, organized what is Miss Hallie Drown is the guest Judge Jerc A. Sullivan, of Richmond Mr. Helm is n winner. Other bonds to secure We own nud operate seven peanut ment. n the "Fanners Union". The Thompson, of Danville. John W. Hughes and Col. Jack Chinn known Kiln -- " Postnl savings 1,000 00 ., wu rehouse, one peanut recleiiner of Miss J. Price, organization is natural, and is suc- plant Mis Atuiell Touiliiisoii is m Lexing- of Iliiuoilshuvg. W. of Xicholas-vill- of Mrs. Martha Arnold Passes Away Premiums un U. S. Bonds 600 Ou c, which nluiie cost Conductinq Meetinq At BurnsirJe nt .Joiif-vill- e, Danville, John Welch, cessfully operating in more than Mrs. Martini Arnold, aged 8" Bonds, Securities, etc. ton for a stay with her aunt. Mrs. 2,345 00 jOO.UUO. and W. II. Dow ling, of three-fourtn Rev. C. R. Blain, of Hustonville, of the Mutes. venrs, passed away nt the home of Banking house, fur. & fix: 0,025 00 Jack Adams is nt the Spitler We own nnd mn 13 Union Stores. stay. Joe Let me state a few of the puiposes niece, Mrs. Jessie Stugg, Sat- Other mil esta'te owned iecujKi-iitivher for a 2.410 90 arrived Tuesday to conduct a series Tho conference was called by Mr. urday evening, of the iufiimities of To secure We huvo lactones, canning fruit, llaseldon hu returned nfter a winof meeting of The organization: ut the Presbyterian Due from National Banks justice and apply making chairs, uud other finished ter's soiourn in Dehind, Florida. Hughes, uud Judge Sullivan wits se- age, Mrs. Arnold was the last of Rev. Blain is a forceful cquit. (Not Reserve Agents) 1,451 05 chuich. lected lis chairman. After consid- her generation. She wns the widow products. One chair factory turns Mis Stella Lewis, n mtssionuiy of talker and has made u record that the Golden Rule. Due from State and Private is commendable to his youthful life. To discourage the credit uud out SOU chairs each day. The s' Japan, spent u few davs nt her erable discussion lis to who was the of the late John Arnold and before Banks ana Bankers, Trust Menj. He is assisted by Rev. W. II. Hopper' Union of Tennessee, were forclitortgiige friend and schoolmate, Mrs. R. W. atroimest mini to make the nice u her marriage to him wns a Miss Companies and Savings To assist our members in bujing ed to make these chairs in self Itastin. .Mrs. (leorgo Miller Luk, secret ballot was taken with u view Abraham. She was born and rearBanks 319 32 pastor ot the church. It is very important that every citizen make an uud selling. These chairs nre us good has retiirnetl after a protracted vis- ot settling the mutter. When the ed in Lincoln county where she had Due from nppioved reserve To cducute thii educational olusj.es as :iuv made in tho United States it t hci Mis. R. K. Hughes, of vote were counted it wiu found that mode her home till her life. She was Agents 13,120 18 effort to attend all these services Judge Sullivan had received three, long a laithful member- of the Chrisand nssist in getting others to atMi Van (ireenleuf, of and are sold "0 per cent cheaper Louisville. to scientific funning. Checks and other cash To teach farmer tend, ns the good accomplished in the classificathan other firms sell the same qua Itichmoiid, bus heen the iccent guest Mr. Hughes one and Mr, Welch one. tian church. Funeral services were G 43 Items tions ot crop-domestic economy, lity of chairs. this work will make one feel that 'life of her cousin. Miss Frankxe Kauff-min- i. Befoie the ballot was taken Mr. held at Mis. Stage's home on Mon- Due of other National is worth living. Burnide mid the process of marketing. Aminida Aiulerson was Price declared that ho wiis not a day morning by Hev. J. J. Dickey The officers of State Tenues-e- e Mi Cor. banks 1,705,00 prospective candidate and eone-ipieut- after which the remains were taken To systematize method-- , of pro- Union secured from the bankets Somerset Times. in Lexington Sntiildny to see her Fractional puper Currency, not wish to be did duction and distribution. To eliminto Lancaster for interment in the of Tennessee the recog- sister. Mr. Bettie Miller. Mjss Nickels und Cents .. 505 11 us such. When a medicine must be given cemetery theie. ate gambling in farm products bv nition of all Funnels' I'nion wine-hou- e Soplnonia Fox i ot home from CinSpecie $9,801 10 Immediutely after this eonfeienoe trade, cortoti exchanges boards of cotton receipts us satisfac- cinnati, near which city she hn to young children it should be Legal-tenduud other simulators. tory collateral for loans, at a rate been teaching. John Ray has re- Judge Sullivuu went into another Report of Condition of 'the to take. Chamberlain's 3.G42 00 Notes 1.1.443 10 pleasant To bring funning up to the stan- of 0 per cent per annum, when the turned to Nebraska, nfter n visit to conference nt The T.vler with otheis Cough Remedy is made from loaf Redemption fund with U. S. of his li lends. dard of other industrial and busi- recognized rate was 8 per cent nod Onrrard relatives. LINCOLN COUNTY sugar, and the roots used in its Ireas (0 per cent of Cir wirii them After being clo-etness euterptises. 10 per cent. Mr. Frank H. Marksburv has re- for some time he 1,300 00 preparation give it a flavor similar NATIONAL BANK. culation) announced his canmaintain profitable To seure uud The Fin mors' i'nion of Tennessee, turned from Chicago where he wa to maple syrup, making it pleasaqt nut uniform prices lor cotton, gTuiu, with Missouri, Arkansas am'. Mis. summonsed ns mi expert witnes in didacy against Congressman Helm TOTAL ,.$280,92G i; to take. At Stanford, in the State of KenIt has no superior for live stuek and ull other products of issippi, estuMi.licd a successful 'ni- a hemp case, the Sehcerlv Brothers and Col. Chinn. Col. Chinn. at the clo-- e of the tucky, at the close of business April colds, 'croup and whooping cough. the farm. ton company .it Memphis, tmoitgh being the litignnts. Young Mr. Liabilities For sale by G. L. Penny. To strive for harmony and Rood which it negotiated one loan of two Markshury is a fine judge of hemp eoiifoienoe nt the Victoria, declined 18, 11)1 'J: Capital stock paid in ..$50,000 00 Resources: with the brotherly million ami four bundled thousand limine been ussociated in the grain thut it was a "finme-upwill anion;; mankind uud view of fincing him out of the luce. Loans and discounts . .$315,087 49 Surplus fund 25,000 00 Jove among ourselves. Report of Condition of dollais. ('. 1110.000.) business with his lather, the late H. Undivided profits, less ex"Before the vote wus taken," he Overdrafts seemed and Mere arc some ot our legislative Tennessee is only one of the thir- A. It. Mnrkslmry. NATIONAL BANK HUSTONVILLE said, "I told all pieseut thut I wa penses and tuxes paid ..2,544 89 4 G43 40 tlemuiids: ty Mutes that is doing things in the Dr. uud Mrs. J. A. Amon are re- the only ininouiiceil candidate. I U. S. Bonds to secure cirNational Bank Notes OutWe recommend the following sub- correct way. t Hustonville in the State of Ken coiigiatiilatioiis upon the ni- -i agreed to cat a vote, however, and ceiving standing culation 100,000 00 48,800 00 tucky, jects of legislation t which the atWe as farmers must organize nnd at the close of business Apr, little sou i voted lor Judge Sullivan. When the Bonds 'to secure Postal Saviv nl of a handsome Due to other National if we wish to come to tention ot our legislative committee 18, 1912. their home. The .xouiigstcr has been I csiil t was announced he suid he GG ings 8,000 00 Banks 472 js (liiectcd: our 'iwn. Resources: christened Colli Johnston Anion. would make the race, provided his Bond, Securities etc 29,500 00 Due to Tnist Companies 1 A law to prevent gambling in You mtiv iisk what I mean by our Loans and Discounts ..$119,853 93 und Suvings Bunks ....2,428 40 Ovcidrutts, secured nud Dr. K. II. Pcnrcc. the Methodist -- election nt the confeicnce wns made Banking house, Fur. & Fix 5,300 00 ugriculturiil products by boards of w ay. Individual deposits subWo want the children of the minister, preached another very able lltuiuiinous. By that time I had Duo fiom Nutionul banks i rude and cotton exchanges. uiisecuied 743,52 .. . . . ject to cheek (not leseivo ugents).... 1,256 35 131.025 25 U. S. Bonds 2. A law to provide tor the es- fin in to have nil the necessities und discourse Sunday evening on ''The come to the conclusion that the to secure cir(the Titanic", or "The whole proceding vwis a fane, nnd Due fiom. tut and private Demand certificntes of detablishment of u panel post. koine of the luxuries of his city Sinking of culation 50.000 00 posit told Judge Sullivuu that if it 7,000 1)0 Banks and Bankers, Trust Client Sea Disaster." 3. A law against the establish(ou-in.- -. 400 00 Picmiuiiis on U. S. Bonds Companies and Savings Notes and Bills Redis- inj. .vole to make his selection The Distuct W. C. T. U. Couvcii-tio- n ment of "I'l'iitinl government banks" We demand that tho farmer's sous Bank house fur. tc Fix. 2.900 00 bank couuted 24 50 7,155 27 Duo money of the and daughters huvo the same iidvan-- t holds its opening e.eicise in unniiimous it would never be that ilirouji which the from Nutionul banks Bills payable, including Duo from nppioved reserve roiiiitrvmaii be withdrawn from cirnut, for a libel al education. We this city on Wednesday evening ut w ay. (not leserve agents.) ...8,053 30 Agents uvuil-jibl- e will be "I have been an u vowed candidate deposit for of 23,17!) 03 culation, uud the volume of demand that all ediieatioiuil insti- Hi,. Cliiisti.ni iliuich. Thcie Due lrom approved le- - " money boirowed six 0,500 00 nioiiev 'eoiitiiM'lod. .. tutions change their attitude townnl ii -Dccliiinatorv' Contest in whichcom-- for thioe months, ...ami have now Cheeks and other cash items 114 01 18,201 01" " servo ngents . :.. ,!. !...! i 4. A l.i w to H'strict foreign im- country life nnd no longer o teach-e- l, voiing .. ineii from Wiliuoru will .... .. ' nuilii- ii, uiy mum it, siusY in ine nice Notes of other Nutionul Checks and other cash items 21 o'O TOTAL Banks 240 00 :i iu $280,920 47 wrong peic. ni. i.uueiisier gins .. :n tine to the list. I have been in the pomigration. text books ami ull other Notes of other National r A law gradaallv reducing the intliioiiccs to ruin agricultural in- - as iisheis. A nnisiciil program will litical game too long to be made the Fractional paper ciinency, 1.870 00 Banks State of Kentucky County of 'goat' and so told the gentlemen who Mil789 27 Nickels and Cents bo icudcicd by Mcsdiimes L. N. Inritf to a levt'iiiic bais. tciests. Fractional paper currency, Lincoln ss: 'frame-up- .' They Specie $14,809 00 We have given a tow principles Piof. Martin has nindo tho fol lot- - inn! J. M. Mount. Misses Mar weio ii party to the 130 43 I, II. C. B.iiighmau, Cashier of the nickels and cents fiom for the which Funnels' Union stands. lowing other speaking appointments gin ct Wclh. Fannie Tinder, Minnie tried I to 'lioin' meI expect the tiack. Legal tender ubovc-mimc- d $9,000 00 bunk, do solemnly Specie they will didn't go. Notes . . . 1.000 .00 15,809 00 Dunn, und Florence John-so- but nbove in iliiu count v: u kiudlv the Will Stm mea sweur thnt tho nbovo statement is Legal-tendtr to heut me, hut they will know Redemption fund with jind let us have the beiiottt of join Tuesday night Arril ."10, Chnpel 10,100 00 Notes ... 1,100 00 true t) thH best of my knowledge (5 uer U. S. Tieasiner 'ritici-ms- ? Cap. The business session will be held they have heen to the races when Redemption fund with U. S. nnd belief. cent of circulation) ...5,000 0G Wednesday night May i. .Sugnr on Thin -- day with a lunch seived ut they do." II. C. DAUGHMAN, Cushier. Tiens. (o per cent circu- Col. Chinn said it wus ridiculous The pii'scut high puces for fin in Grove. noon. The following state officers 2.500 00 hitiou.) Subscribed uud sworn to before TOTAL for three or four men to get togeth.$508,973 71 Wnlnjit attend: leather Implements, woolen und Thursday night Mav 2, Mi. Heauchuinp, Pres; er und attempt to make u selection me this 25th day of April, 1912 W. ttootN, in tact evci.vthiug the fanner Flat. Mis. Xoia II. Tuvlor, of Lexington, M. Bright Notary Public. ....$214,778 90 TOTAL Liabilities: tor Coiigiess for the entire Kighth cot fee, sugar, coudimeilts, Jiu.Vs Fiidnv night May .'Id, Mn.wvood. State Tieas; .Mis. Julia Citiin, Collect Attest : J. S. Hooker, M. Capital Stock paid in . .$100,000 00 oils, mass need., and other Day Pick district. Ho suid the only ieaon ilnv night May 4th, High-lauSatin see'v : Mrs. Ludie Liabilities: 100,100 00 D. F.lmoie, J. M. Pettus, Diiectors. the confeicnce was because Sin plus fund have iidvauced in cost to mu-I- i sec'y and dis- 00 ett, loiiespoiiding Capital stock-- paid in he hud lcceived uu invitation to do I mm ided profits, !e-- s exTuiucrs-villMonday night May fl, hi enoimoiis extent that it has 19,000 00 FIVE NICE BUILDING Sin phis fund 'ttft pit'sident penses and Taxes paid ..5,578 78 so fiom Mr. Hughes ami did not u very grave ptohlem to the lleauchiiuip will y Mis. Undivided profits, less e- Nutionul He nk notes OutLOTS FOR SALE. Icons. Tuesday night Mav 7. Moreland. bring tho convention to n close by wish o appear innioritv of the people. peiises uud tuxes paid ..2,313 10, standing 98,500 00 "When they suggested taking u This bus gone to such an alarmWednesday night May 8. Huston-villc- . delivering a lectuie Thursdiiv evenNational hank notes out- seciet ballot on the pioposition I Due to other Nating extent that tho United States. ing. stuiling ....'. 4S.900 00 If not sold privately, we will on agreed to vote, but at no time did I ional Hanks ..$5,511 30 con-- il ordered and Thursday night Mav f. McKinuey V'ov eminent has The Lancaster post office i to bo ngiec to bind mvsolf by Ihe couit day Monday May 13, 1912 ut Due to other Nutionul Individual deposits subFriday night May 10, Hubble. el tvl un investigation to usccituui 2,054 40 Bank, moved the i ir- -t of May to the build1:30 P. M., sell ut public outcry to "Jiide Sullivuu, when asked about ject 'to cheek 184,071 G2 ,the cause of tlie pieseut uiihcard of ing originally known us the Thomp- the confeicnce ut tho Vhtoiia. said Demand ccttificates of De- tho highest bidder the follow ill" Dae to State and IVivale Jllgli pi ires. Seveial stud's have 3G0 00 Inspecting Telephone Offices banks and bankers ... son block now owned by postmaster it was distinctly undct stood, befoie 203,082 08 nice building lots in Stanford KenMany made similar investigations. It has lwen fitted up u vote wu taken, tluit the man who Postal savings deposits ...,133 04 tucky. Individual deposits subject (!. 0. W. T. We-- t. Superintendent, Division clubs, leagues uud individuals have 92,151 31 to check to hold "I nole bum s ' documents. 1 lot 0037G feet and 2 lots Wix icceped tho majority of the vole Reserve for tuxes 1,578 91 'done likewise, and in nil cases the Hall, Division Superintendent of facing .Miller Information has been lcceived bv cast should mukc the race, the othLIS feet. These three have shown that largo pro- riant J. T. Feathei stone, nud $214,778 90, TOTAL TOTAL ,..$508,973 71 avenue connecting with Logun Plant Chief. J. A. Sullivan of (!in raid lelutives of llic death of eis withdiawiiig. fits n re made bv what is teimed the State of Kentucky county of LinMrs. 0. P. K tier, fornioi v of this "Tho (luestiou wus asked", Judge who does not produce. the Cunibeilaiid Telephone nnd Tele"middleman." Statu of Kentucky County of Linfeet facing coln ss; Also 2 lots 00x138 meiely liuying up the pioducts of graph Company, with hendiiiunters county nt her homo in ltrownwood, Sullivan said, "whether the result of I. J. W. Hooker. Cashier of ot the Whitley sheet. These lots join each others and selling them at enormous at Lexington, diov'e through heic in Texas. Her dentil was duo to n tho vote would bo considered bind- coln ss: M. Bright, 1, W. cashier of the other. Will offer sepuiute nud then above named bank do solemuly sudden attack of heait disease. The ing, nnd all picscnt, including Col. i auto Inst week on u tour of statement U of the comMiiy's various deceased was 48 eitis old and be- Chinn, held up their hands, indicat- above named hank do solemnly as u whole. Terms ensy and right swour that the above my Tlieie is no doubt that funnel kuowledfl tine to the best of swour that the above statement is prices. seven children ing that it would bo." They were much pleased sides her hiisbiind largo increases in plants. the 1iavo iclt uud belief. J. W. HOCKER, CusU'r. true to the best of niv knowledge uud Anil with the condition of business nil'' survive her. prices nnd given some thought The sale will be made on Miller Subscribed uud woru to befoto 11. 1). Ileriidou. son of dipt. Win. The play "Casey Jones" was at- belief. W. M. BRIGHT, Cushier. study 'to eniiblu us to do Komethiug local Superintendent Jackson's worK between Logan and Whitley me this 20 duy of April. 1912 J. W. familiarizing tended by n fairly good crowd Inst B. Paxtou, A. sheet Heriidou, is in Danville Couect Attest: J. here. They were nUo very to protect ourselves. & Florence. Hughes avenues. Ii Hoskins. Xotury Puhho. of the work that foimer himself witli hi new duties an cash-ie- r Friday night uud gave a creditnblo T. Niiiiucllt"'. J. W. Rochester, dirThere is only ono solution, Correct Attest : Kdward We will nUo'sell the residence of On Saturday night n ectois. Subscribed and sworn to in the office of Collector W. W, iiorfoimniice suplocal milliliter II. C. Wrny, now at Our befoie me this April 20. 1912. W. W. F. Kiehonberger, close to the above J. W. Powell. W. G. Cowan, ply stores, are incorporated under Danville, has done in the service of Wisemuu. Mr. Deration nud family packed house saw the Titanic tors. will in ivo to Hovle capital soon. 'lots, at the same time. Saunders, Notary Public. , the laws of the states in which they tho company. s" Cir-PiI !"-'- ! V " 4 Y 5' ZXXT rm II I ., few t WU3 1VI ii- - er -- cou-Iide- nt rr semi-annual- via v al J -- p. al Sun--da- Vic-tor- iu Sanu-toniu- e Fui-mer- pto-tectio- tt. si-t- vi , ly con-ider- er ed ". ed J. J3t I I . .... u-- . .... ic-ie- u. r noce-stir-i- cs d. pic-front- c. ui lo-iil- t.'' tar- Wis-tii- ct e-ults c. iv fitri HKMV f c THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Alleged Democratic Patriots. Henry WullerMuif John II. Whallen, Frank McGrnth, James P. Whallen, W. O. Head, Charles M. Lewis, Samuel J. Shackelford, Henry II. Prewit Hundreds of other names could bo added to both these lists, but the nbovc is sufficient to give an idea of the men who achieved victory Inst fall and who arc asking the endorsement nt the hnnds of tho democrats this vear, and those who in years past have helped tho republicans to carry Kentucky nnd who arc now in a conspiracy to deprive Governor MeCreary and the State Administration of all credit for redeeming this state last Novem ber. It will not take the country democrat long to understand the malicious spirit back of the fight that Henry Watterson is waging. T1ip hnvc only to renumber that the name towiJ which carried Kentucky fi"" McKinlpv. and who have betrayed their partv n dozen times within the last d.yen ears nre nil ranced under Watterson' tyrannical bnnner. We Have : jc India Twist at T The Class Clothes course you can buy Clothes anywhere, but you cannot buy Clothes with the class to them like the ones we show. 1 Oc ball. White or Ecrue. per OF Severance & Son Imerior Journal u, I . and Con. Hnly were responsible for the election of Wilton. If our friend Shimiiek would keep a little better Established 1172 BBCKXI. MATES BEf posted on political uffairs than this, HELTON M. tAUFLEY,... Publisher he might be nblP to prognosticate a bttle better. The facts ar0 that if Hnly had had his way Ollie James A number of new postmaster II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE were would have been tho democratic appointed in Kentucky last week, nominco for governor in l'JO". Hnly all by Senntor Bradley. They named atered at tli rcetotflce at early saw that Unger'a candidacy mnysny all .orts of aa Mcont clau mail. lor the nomination was awakening the Senator, but there isthings about little enthusiasm. Ho besought the fact that he always no doubting tnkes care James to come POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, I party, met him in out and save the of his friends. Brown Buford was Here's Your Chance, Now, For One of These New York when he named postmaster at Nicholasville. Suits "Woolly Boy" returned from his European trip, The announcements in this column and urged hitn to announce. James Tnft and Itooc-l- t are of candidates for office, subject would undoubtedly have had a walk-ovhne each to the action of the democratic prifor both the Humiliation and pruU'ii that the other is totullv un election. He practically gao his lit to bo president. Never was such mary: seen before m t!u content io run, but wanted n littl a campaign For Conqress tune to confer with his friends nt intorv of tho notion. The dum. COL. J. . CIIIN.V, OF FIERCER. home. As he passed through Frank-tor- t, oiatic nominee, whoever he mn bo For Commonwealth's Attorney wc ourselves boarded his train -- eus a certain winner m EMMETT PUKYEAK, OF BOYLE. and requested bins to give us his then to iend out to the W. S. BURCII. OF LINCOLN. FOR THE STOMACH one after each heavy meal and prove Is Makinq a Great Record. paper, lie said ho would gie it our assertion that indigestion will For Sheriff. out when he got back to western (Winchester Democrat.) Here's an Offer You Should Not not bother you. M. S. BAUGILMAX. Kentucky. But he nccr did. Whin Congressman Harvey Holm, of the We know vhat Rcsall Drsnepsia Overlook County Judqe. For , he got to Louisville, the Wattcrson-HaldcrmaEighth District has made n wondcr-tu- l Tablets are and what they will do. T. A. RICE, Whnlleu politicians, who record m (.'ongre, and espeRexnll Dyspepsia Tnblcts remedy We guarantee them to relieve indiwere solidly for linger, talked James cially to the past term, has ho been M. F. NORTH, etomnch troubles by aiding nature gestion and dyspepsia. If they fail completely out of tho notion of run- bu-- y sliMMing up tin- - rttenne in the, elements the we will refund your money. Three For Circuit Clerk to supply the ning. They told him he would have army nffairs and tho graft. sizes: 25 cents, 50 cents ,and $1.00. His absence of which in tbe pastries J. D. WEAKEN no chance ngaintt linger and wnrn- - lecord will undoubtedly return him juices causes indigestion and dys- Remember you can obtain Rexall J. F. IIOLDAM d him to attend to his conercssional to Congress without opposition with pepsia. They aid the stomach to di- remedies only at our store The knitting rather than como buttin' in his party, or from the other side. For 'Jailer. gest food and to quickly convert it Resall Store. Penny's Drue Store. against their candidate for gover PEYTON PARRISII, into rich red blood and material nor. Lame shoulder is nearly always GEORGE DEBORDE necessary for overcoming natural j In cases of rheumatism relief James heeded their advice, and de diie to rheumatism of the, muscles, from pain makes sleep and rest posDINK FARMER Doay waste. clined to run for governor. linger nnd quickly yields to the free apCarry a package of Rexnll Dys- sible. This may be obtained by apWILLIAM II. HESTER was nominated. Henry B. Hincs, of plication of pepsia Tablets in your vest pocket, plying Chamberlain's Liniment. For Chamberlain's Liniment W. A. CARSON Bowling Green, was appointed camor keep them in your room. Take sale by 0. L. Penny. paign mnnager, with the entit For Sale by (J. L. Penny. For Assessor Loui-villcrowd behind him. NeithP. L. BECK. er Percy Haly nor Gov. Beckham S. M. OWENS. had any more to do with the R. II. BRONAUGII of Hager's campaign than von or I, friend Shinniek, as linger For Magistrate came to regret when the returns J. T. ROBERTS to come in on election night. WILLIAM FIELDS Now this is the story of J. D. EADS, ihnt dinstrou 1007 campaign. What a difference was seen in 1011 when Beckham and Haly and their friends AnEditor Jesse Alvcrson, in the wera m charge of the democratic derson News, last week tries to campaign, and MeCrenry was electour statement that Congress ed bv over 30,000 majority. Ju,t man Harvey Helm did not secure his ponder on the two cases a" moment mailing lists of Adair and Casey and consider who are the "party wrrcKcrs,', as .Mr. Watterson call THERE IS REAL PAINT county from Caleb Powers, with a them. it is to your best interests to know what four or five rolumn diatribe on Mr. that paint is its spreading capacity and nNo stuff mixed with Helm, charging that his secretary, Henry Watterson, editor of the cheapening materials its appearance its durability. You that is not George L. Willis, mislit have bolted Courier-Journa- l, has brought a new are the and who cnargc against Governor McCrcaiy worthy of the name. If you have some democratic nominee fifteen or had experience with the latter kind loses if the paint goes wrong. Make twenty jears ago, and other equally and his chief supporters in the last you don't want another. If you campaign. He has termed them sure of good results the most satisa; potent arguments, showing why "Tho Party Wreckers". No more haven't take our advice and don't factory and economical job by havMr. Helm should not be returned to venomous Buy our real paints iv infamous accusation eijieriment. ing your painter use Congress from this district. A little has ever been made against a group and snvc yourself disappointment further nlong he tries to sling a clod of patriotic democrats, who have re- and monev ns well. Sherwin-William- s or two our way, becauc.'"o have deemed Kentucky and whoo hole J.A.ALLEN. Stanford. Ky. purpose has been to make Kentucky "called" him so repeatedlv in his a democratic state far many years campaign against Mr. to come. Mr. AVnttcrson affects to It is better than any other prepared Helm, by suggesting that we did not believe that if the present organipaint on the market, or "lead and publish a list of the signers of a pe- zation of the party is continued the j oil". The Sherwin-William- s Co. tition for a local option election in democracy will go down to irretriev-abl- e safeguard its quality in every process He loses sight of tli S county because we wcrs fact nun. tho Lincoln very men he is now that of manufacture. They make all their considering becoming a candidate condemning last year put their time, I linseed oil; own and operate large Coming from eneigy and tnlents to the esaetinr for 'the legislature. zinc and lead mines and smelters, stripe, a man of Alverson's wo woik of electing Governor MeCrenry and make their dry colors in the hardly believe any discussion of sucK iinu cieieaung diuigo OJCear. For- will be all having as their lender a tunnto largest and best equipped dry color a suggestion is necessary. We arc man of in Governor McCreary's courplant in the United States. willing to let the good people of Lin- age and ability, to their of credit bo it coln, who have known us from early saidthat they supplemented his popihe results are in the goods. Protect your interests and boyhood, judge " on such a propo- ularity with the mo-- t thorough organization ever made in tho state sition. However, we will say this to devoting your property with S.W. P. five months of unceasing Sco us before you sell, get Alverson; that inasmuch as the mat- work night nnd day to tho price in country or delivered. defeat V y "e seu ter of the renominniion of Congress of the republicans, who were strong PHONE 153. man Hnrvev Helm is the issue, we ly entrenched under a progressive candidate who was not afraid to suppose such a suggestion from him as to why wo did not publish tho avow his principles. If theto men wero nt heart "paity afoiesaid list is about as pertinent wreckers", as Mr. Watterson TUDOR, Mgp. to the matter in hand, as n question charges them to be, they would have why a certain former member of tho wrecked tho party last November legislatme took a largo sum of mon- and turned tho Senntorship nnd the ey from one candidate for United Governorship and all the state offices over to (the republicans. No States Senator, to help the said leg- sane man believes a word that Mr. islator get elected, and then when he Watterson says to the discredit of had been elected, have a change of Governor MeCreary and his friends. heart and vote for the other .candid- but us a lie usually travels ten ate for senator. If Alvereon wants leagues while the truth is getting started, it is just ns well to to becloud the losing fight he is particular falsehood before nail this it gains making against Congressman Helm by a discussion of our personal rec- - Journal office. ' II is n'""sting to compare a list ord, or bis own, why let him come f .lho64e ,who,n MJ Watterson ha ahead. We are willing. UNDERTAKER AND IMBALMIR piiriy wrtxiters wmi iieniuuiru STANFORD KENTUCKY. the pang of politicians with whom S. W. linger nnd Percy Haly wero he has allied himself in his desper- - Office Phone 117. Heme Pherte 35. s tho that controlled the, ate effort to eieze the party organ!- campaign five years, ago, and ation. State L N. Gov. Wilson and a Republican adAlleged Party Wreckers. Gov. No.il, Hoath.lltMr.M. ministration followed Shelby Re- James P.. MeCreary, Auditor. Ifenrx NO.tUOMtb,.)n:4ft A M. cord. No.JW, North,4sUA. M, M. Roswortb, John C. C. Mayo, J. C. No., Norh,6u r. M. This is just about as near right W. Beckham, Rufus Van Sant. John No.JT.iq.fU. M. as the Mo.M,S:or.M. statement of the son N. Camden. Justus Goebel. I Courier-JournRICK, JOS. tUt Got. BecUuun Speaker Claude Terrell. Adlers Collegian Styles in price Cf "Little Men" SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. er etr garments you seldom see outside the immense city shops. We are giving you today an opportunity to buy better, higher-clas- s merchandise than ever before in Stanford. $15 to $35, are The Very Popular Tans The everdressy, stylish greys and blue serges that never change and ready every day in the year, $15 to $35 the suit. Try one onif it does not fit you, n- don't buy it. ooooooooooooFoooool man-ngcine- nt H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky be-g- $ft t When the painter applies paint on your house I 1 in-i- de : Mr. W. H. HIGGINS. I,,,, aaaaa7, 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 j j : : prepared Paint mud-slingi- The Highest larket Price J paid for kinds Produce, Hides and Furs. 9 (i) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Good Points STANFORD. KENTUCKY CORNER NEXT TO COURT LINCOLN HONOR COUNTY ROLL BANK HOUSE. BANK NATIONAL iiiHaMBl PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. H. B. Northcott T.K. Men's Wear CARE of Your Spring needs in Hats, Caps, Shirts and Neckwear. J. C. McClary POSTAL SAVINGS DEPOSITORY. CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS 100,000 00 DEPOSITS 200.000.00 TOTAL RESOURCES 500.000 00 Largest Assortment in Clothing and Shoes, but are ready to take good We offer not only the First Rational Bank STANFORD, KY. is exceptionally qualified to serve the financial needs of individuals, firms, banks wheel-horse- w. E. PERKINS TIWE TKBLE Crab Orchard, Ky. ed al t. Ant. and other corporations. It is a United States depository Savings Funds, lor'T'os-ta- l W?J THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. iKENTUCKV. 1 rs ) Ready For May Business With the coming of the warm and sunshine, all nature demands a change of clothing. We welcome the time to throw off the sombre colors and put on the bright and cheery spring togs. At no time this season has our stock been in better condition. Although a brisk April business has made great inroads on our stock we have replaced them with new goods. You can supply your needs at this store to greater advantage both as to price and selection than elsewhere. New goods in all departments. New Piques and Linens New Cream Serge Suits New Ratine worTd 25c to $2 New Silk and Serge Dresses New Ginghams and Lawns New Kimonos New Kid Gloves New House Dresses New Long Silk Gloves New King Brand Waists New Foulard Silks, 50c to $1.00 New Curtain Nets; New White and Tan Low Shoes; New See Skin, Spider Webb and American Beauty Hose; Room Size Rugs, regular and extra sizes; New Matting and Matting Rugs; New Lace Curtains; New Come with our word for it: We will supply your New Linoleums and Oil Clothes. needs at reasonable 'prices. We urc inked to state tlmt T. J. win ne n cniiOKinie lor I.Sheriff in tli,. Demoerntic primary of piiext year, lie iih tlmt Jus fonnnl iimiomiL'ctiieiit will be imule at the mm, sr., proper tunc. i Mrs. S. J. Tntcra, the Crab Orch-'- ii through here id milliner, ims-c- d Monday moniiiij.', on her way to I.oiii-vill- e, where sdie will purchase 'a neu line of hats. I'ervone lioulil avail themselves of tli,. -- plendid oppoi (unity to hear j"Hnoch Allien'' on .May the 3rd. It luill lie pleasant profitable and worth otir tunc and money. Mi-s NO TAXES on Your Clothes And You Owe It To Yourself To Wear The Best. V Tlimt.'li an error, the name of Annie I)iin .MeKolurN, of the clii-, l're-htim- the Iioiinr roll Insure with lu&t win .itmtted from wtck. leadlnq com- the panies them. Fisli &. Crcmlcy represent All lines. lbet Fish and Uromley offvr you the in life, health, neeident, fire, livestock, lishtmn?, windstorm, bundnry, plate plas, teams liability, fidelity, etc. They write all kinds of insurance. Compare their companies with others. Creditors of Alcy F. Alford, deceased nre hereby notified to present their claims to the undersigned prnperlj proven as required by law on or before May 15th, 1912. George I). Florence Adm'r. of Alcy F. Alford. We carry a full line of them in All-Wo- ol Suits from $12 5 to $30 .00 Blue, Grey and Brown are popular 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. SI00 Rcvsaru, $100. The iradcrs el this pnpr will l rmwd !o l that ttHTe.ls At loat onr ilrcatlHl d!pra,e that ft writ has Nrn able to cure m all us stacrs. an! that Is Caurrh Han. (atarrb Cure Is IU otlj rxxitlie rurr bo known to the tnrdiral fiatcrr.iijr helns a ronptilutlonal (Unci?, require, a ronMitu. Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken in tlonal treatment. upon the Moral and mucoa trrnailv arilnir din-crfurfaee. ol the s)tem. thereby destroying the the patient and BHIn Inundation o! the Mrencth by bulhllns up the eonetltutton and aMWl-Unature In Join In work. The proprietors hae io mueh Jaitt. In Its ruramr poen that they orer One Hundred Hollars lor any ease that It tails to eure. send lor lint of testimonials Toledo. O. Addres. F. 1 chi:nkv old lv all Irufcits. .V. "aie 1UU a I am' T I'llls lor rocstlpatie . SEVERANCE SOCIAL and PERSONAL & Hro-nnu- SON Mr. Robert Miller, of Owctisboro. was here on business. Judo J. W. Alcorn went to Mt. Vernon Mondnv to attend court. Mrs. Joc Williams and Jim. Jason Wesley, of MeKmney were here Monday. Mrs. J. F. Lame, of Louisville, is the Riieft of her parent-'- , Mr. and Mr?. Huff Dudderar. Sallie Moreland. of Lcxine-toMr U the fciiest of her daughter, Mr. Cnrroll Shanks. i siemlin" a Jlr. Will Shanks few dns with her mother, Mrs. Thomas Baldwin, nt Richmond. Dr. W. I'. Loznn has returned to bit home at Knoivitle, after a visit to Mr. J. S. Tlocker and family. Mr.--. Adolph Sihneider nnd of Oxlix. Mo.. or0 the piei'H of her M'ter. Mr. Albert Von Grue-nipen, eliil-dren. u. Mr. It. II. ItaUon. of Lancaster, Ftoppcd over here Friday on hi way home. He had been to Crab Orch- ard. Mr. Robert Walter, who is with the HnrwMer Co., was International lime from Lhik'uM'T Mondnv on buvinutti. Mr. C. IJ. Coleman, who hns been in Louisville with her son, Karl eame home Monday, for a few days. Earl is thonalit to be Imlditur liu own. Hi many frionds will bo pi ml to learn all raht, and tlmt hi other not infer ted as was reinirted. Mr. HicckinridKO .Tone", of St. Lnnii( wni hero awhile Saturday with friends and nlatnes. He drove over from Dnmillc where he nn vwilmc lua snn. linn .Tones a I l Minimi, with Mrs. FnrcMii- - H'M ee 1 Mrs. C. F. Garnctt and children, Mr. W. H. Shanks has returned of Crab Orchard, are the guests of home from Columbus. Ua. Miss, Xuncv Veager tpent several her mother, Mrs. Walter Warren. of Miss dns in Shelbvvillo last week. Crnb Orchard, Annie Hronnugh, M. Crab is visiting Dr. J. Mr. II. D. I'lullips, was in at Lexington. on business. Orchard Mr. J. T. Wilkinson spent Sunday Miss Myrtle Carlton returned to with his cousins, Misses Hcssie and her home at Sonora Friday. Mrs. V. S. Wnlkcr, hns returned Willie Wilkinson in Lancaster. Mrs. W. B. McRobcrts. of Danto her home at Faint Lick, after a ville, is the guest of Mrs. Mnttie visit to Mrs. Iturdettc Iiarasey. Kirby. Mrc .1. C Lubnnks returned Mif-Fnnnie Young, who has been from a visit to her mother, teaching nt Cynthiana, returned Mr. Hell 1'erkins at Lancaster. Mrs. John Mount, of Lancaster, home Monday. Lackey, who hns Miss Ophelia has been the cuest of her brother, been in Florida for several weeks. .Mr. II. J. Meltoberts her home in Cra'1 Mr. .les-- e Swienev nnd daughter. ha returned to Martha Ward, of Lancnster, wcro Orchard.Mollie Brooks and her mothMi i here Saturday ou business. er hnve returned to their home iu T.va M'oer tinil Mat tic Crab Orchard, from Atlanta, Ga.. Mief of Moreland, were here where thev hnve been for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Jerri: Adnms. Mr. Mr-"- . Mnude IJym. of Louisville, David Newbern nnd daughter, Miss is nuring Mr. S. I). Hartley, who Frill, and Mrs. Rodman Keenon. of continues quite ill. IIarrodburg motored over from th Mies Jennie Rankin. Marv Leer, Ilustonville Dr. Sunday and wereBenand Mrs. T. W. irucsts of I'o and Margaret Morrow, of weie in this city a while nington. Friday afternoon. Society of the The Missionary I'rof. Wnlter Hopper, of Mt. Ver-m-- n Baptist church will havo an open llish School, is hero spending M'lMon nt tho residence of Mrs. J. S. eeral das with his parents, Mr. Rice. Fiidny evening, May 3d, nt eight o'clock. An interesting pronnd Mi- -. (Jeorge Hopper. Subject The news has been received here, gram has been prepared. Tim-In- n Stewardship." Leader: of the death of Mr. J. D. Marlar, of -. All members L. Reinhnrt. I'hocnix. Arizona. He was the fath- Mr- E.society nro urged to be presHriuht, who of the er of Mrs. Greenbcrrv formerly Incd here, but now live at ent nnd also any members of the church, who are interested in the l'hoeniv. Lorraine work. Tho hostess of the evening Mr I'd Dais nnd Misses rn....,i,n nntl Kntn Davis Rnncy, tut? Modnincs J. S.C.Rice, J. D. Ends, Carman. Jes-- e Hope Woodie I (nil. A. weio tho gucts of Miss Mary D. Wearen, and Miss Mollio Daugh- I," at l'enyuue, aniurnay erlv. Carpenter, rl Sunday. Sai-unlaj s Hi-hFri-d.iy. Lan-en'-te- Mr. L. It. Hughes was in Mt. Vernon Sunday. .Mr. J. J. Thompson is finite ill at Madam Rumor has it that n popuhis home at 1'reachersville. lar couple of this county will be Messrs. Reid Conway, Carroll Al- mnrned this week. len, Murrell Reid, of Ilustonville, were the recent guests of Messrs. Lost. Brass tnp off nutoraobTle James nnd Clarence Cooper. nxle; reward for return to this of33-- 2 Mis Mary Htndctte is visiting her fice. aunt, Mrs. W. D. Xave at Ilustonville. E. D. Pennington, County Sur ttu. Qjmmins Wearen Stanford, Kentucky REMEMBER THE FORD SPECIALAGENCY f Mr. Ware Meltoberts and Miss vejor. General Farm Surveying. Nancy Walker, of Lancaster, were Phono 1"2, Stanford, Ky. hero a while Sunday. Mr- -. Lucv Heazley i Mrs. Banishing catarrh with Hyomei is Wnlter Chennult iu Oklahoma Citv, a pleasant task; no nauseating drugs Okln. to swallow just breathe it G. L. Mr. Wesley Embry was tht. guest Fenny guarantees it. Outfit $!.v Mary Craig Ilaydeii nt of Mi-- s Separnte bottles 50 cents. Breaks I'.in-- , fcundaj-up u cold over night. Mr. George Hopper, Jr., of Danville. s,eut Saturday and Sunday We are feeding and Alwith his pai cute, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. corn to our work stock. We feed Hopper, no other qrain with it, and know Mr. Ed Ilucy, of Somerset, passed it is qood.. J. H. Bauqhman & that Co. through here, Satuiday on his way home. Ho had been to Mt. Vernon. The propel ty of Miss Mollie ThB Warren Grigsbv Chapter U. Dnughertv on Danville avenuo I). C. will meet with Mrs. J. X. cnught on file Tuesday morning by Saunders Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 a spark from a flue. Very little Miss Leli.i Bell Jones hns leturn-c- o damage was done. The file was to her home in tho West End afbefore the fife depaitmcnt ter a visit to her cousin, Miss Lon-ni- c nnived. Oat-Equ- al ed fbr. thelI&nvou The Largest Selling Brand of Shoes in the World Th. P.lriol" SOrE A Fine Jjrme (or Men Th. "Pilgrim" Th Bunnru NUn's Shoe POPULAR LINES "Our Fmmilj" For Every Mrmbet StrongerThui-Th.Ljiw" SiarBrand'Shoes d the Famihr Mla Th. "Socl.hr" A Pa.rtieur.r Shoe (or Ptrticulsr Ted" "Im &Boys uJSchool Show tot Cub Women The Lontnl Wearing Work Shoe w' "Soft and Cood" A Work Shoe True to Nmw Mr. and W. I. Shusais and son, W. K. were the giie-- t' of his sister, Miss Bessie Shugais at Richmond Sunday and Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M. Tate, Dr. 0. S. Williams and Hanv Cumiutz d down fiom to see "0'iisey Jones" Inst Friday night. Mr. Jack McDonald, who has been Mi-s- e Sallie and Marv Bui- dette, has returned to his home in Mr- -. inot-oicllc ng Goodc. All made of Good Leather. No iub.titutet for leather are ever I can make your old straw hats look like new. Also clean nnd press oiir clothes nicely. Give me a tiinl. l'nrry Broaddus, neit door to The wedding of Mr. Sam II. Xich-i- l. "Star Brand Shoes Are Better" ucJ. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Fans. Embroidered Robes. We have now on display a splendid assortment of these popular dress patterns. The material is Mercerized Batiste and Voile, in It will bo with gre.it interest that her hany fiieiuU will leam of the engagement and npproaheing mnr- rmg of Mi Margaret Verne Mount ot J.auca-te- r, to Mr. Thomas Mosby Wit-o- n, ot Kartell county, Ky.. the wedding to take place in June. She - a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Mount, ot Lancaster, and a nieco of Mr. 11. J. McRobetts of this place She is well known hero and is one ot Kcutuckv ' prettiest maidens. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Watches, jewelry etc., for graduating prosents at Mueller's. of this citv, and Mis- - Clance McEhoy, of Covingtoti, will take place at tho First Presbyterian church, Lebanon, Ky., (tho former homo of the prospective btide) nt five o'clock on the afternoon of Monday, May sixth, tho ceremony to bo performed b.v Dr. E. M. Gieen, pastor of tho First Presbyterian t'liuich of Danville. Tho room's best man will be his biother, Mr. J. B. Nichols, nnd the ushers will bo Messrs. G. W. McElroy, vf Cov ington, nud Ben F. Ewin of Louisville. Tho wedding will bo a very fpiiet affair, only a limited number of invitations having ben Danville Advocate. There are breakerhead White, Light Blue and Lavendar Enough Flouncing for the Skirt, Band for the waist trimming, also enough material for the waist. The complete costume costs Each box contains plate showing a handsome costume to make. $&i TO SIO-Q- Q SEVERANCE & SON Southern Railway. Popular excursion Mav 5th Sun day between Louisville. Loxiiie-tnn- . Danville, Georgetown, LavvTenccburg Just received a car lead of Hniitid-biii- g, Slielhtwllo and VerLitis Crab fence W. E. sailles and intermediate stations in 33-- 4 eneh direction. lntwwn T.nTinn'tnn. Tlnnvillo ., ............ ........ Xnnnelley'K Candies Ftesh by Geoigctown nnd ..n...n,....v for tho Louisvillo express, today. Penny Resnll Store. round-tritickets limited to return Proportionately on dnto of sale. Ii'e cruum ficezets, water coolers, low rates between intermediate s. lawn mowers, grass hooks, nud gar34-'- 2 Geo. 1L Ferris. den tools. Consult any Southern Railway agent or write II. C. King,, CTA, A Treat on May 3rd. Lexington, Ky.. B. K. Todd, DPA, Stanford is to bavo a genuine Louisville, Kj;., J. C. Beam, Jr. AGPA treat May 3rd, something entirely St. Louis, Mo. different from any form of entertainment given in years, something See Us Before Buying so beautiful and interesting, and so above the ordinary, that no one can Your Spring Goods afford to miss it. On this date Miss Have nice Selection of DrugBertha S. Jackson, the talented and gets, Mattings, Carpets, popular expression teacher of Stanford Graded School, whose ability as Lace Curtains, etc. The a render and entertainer needs no Correct Styles in Millinery. with tho gifted Miss comment,' Come and see our Stock and Mary Mooro Rnncy as accompanist, be convinced. will present "Enoch Arden." This is given nnder the auspices S. B. ST of the Ladies of the Christian cmrrch only 15, 25, 35 cents. Admission Ii p, ftJt "" vC stu-tion- w you t and when that day shall come, money will be your beat friend. Start a' bank account today a nd make the future certain for those depending on you, as well as for yo urself. A dollar will do it now here. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., W. G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. M. Stanford, Ky. Deposits $69,897.81. Capital $50,000. Surplus $4,181.43 LtmCAKiy; Prw? r.DilADiy.VPre. ?rt MT, "IMiW, II I. SALIN, Cash!. J. S. RICE, V. Pres. S. ALIERT PHILLIPS, A-- C V" 1 THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THE FARMERS Pooled Fred Hnndorf. for Order a sack of your drivlnq horse. J. H. Bauohman Oat-Equ- al PAINTING Never in the history of the shop have we been as well prepared to do your carriage painting. Since last year we have added to our factory the finest finishing room in the state, which enables us to guarantee to you the best prompt work. Painting runabout $8.50; buggies $10; phaetons $12; carriages $ 1 4 to $ 1 6. Remember our new garage when in need of trimming, painting or repairing. Machine work a specialty. Factory and ware room 108118 Second St. lh k R. M. ARNOLD Danville. Kentucky H Do You Want a Silo? This cut shows you what we are now prepared to construct H We have one f the famous Polk Machines with which to build Silos like this, and if YOU are thinking of building a Silo, call on for write us before you do anything, and we'll interest you. We have already contract ed for six and cannot build but a limited number, so you had better not delay, but get in next We have the territory of Lincoln and Garrard counties. Telephone used only a few days for sale at a bargain nt V. II. Hijrgins'. I have 240 bushels of German millet seed for sale; Rrowu from south, cm seed: first class seed. W. S. 31-- 0 Wiulinni, Morelnnd. Ky. I have lust returned from Indiana with a shipment of nice qeneral purpose horses. In the bunch are a team or two of extra nice Percheron mares. 5 and 6 years old, lust the thing for big mule breeders. They are for sale privately at Nunnel-ley- 's Stock Yards. See me or S. J. Myers there . Chas. Lutes. I am standing two jacks at niv place this season, one at $10 and the other nt .1'J.50 to insure. M. S. Baughuinu. -3 Alcorn at $1.90 per 100 pounds is pood for your cow or draft horse. J H. Baughman & Co. A Winchester denier is reported to have paid WOO for a carload of hay from Cincinnati. This did not include expenses of hnuliuj it from depot. Jones & Company, the local cattle ntnl hog bujers bought a load of lio- - from Granville Lutes nt $G lut week mid ntiotber load from various luirtiei nt ?", both of which they Jiipped to the Cincinnati market. Some Lancaster Stock Note's Attorney James Hamilton had the misfortune to lose his fine pacing horse "Starlight" from the fatul dis. ease supposedly due to entitle; decayed corn. Mr. Hamilton had used .tin- - splenVlid equine for n bti;;i;y horse for u number of years. Jus Hamilton bought a combin ed horse from W. X. Hosiers of Paint Lick for Marshal Luther Ilerron, sold a . ponj, trap aim unrness to Kinenid of Stanford for $173. Ruble Brothers of north Garrard, sold CG0 head of fat cattle. II. B. Xorthcott, the produce man, made an unusual record lat week in busiuess; bo his purchasing bought and shipped within the six lavs' time 1,330 cases or 40,000 dozen eggs for which be paid an av erage of 1G cents per dozen making f ii.400; he nlso bought $1,800 worth of poultry, making n sum total of 3-Jj. Co. A tobneco setter tbnt lm? been COME TO LEXINGTON ENJOY5 Another Big Time AND 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 The Merchants you. The races are bigger and better than ever. 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. You Can Buy Yourstlf Rich for Vary Littla in Lexington. i. I April 27 COME EVERY DAY COME ANY DAY DURING THE RACES. May 9 HH $8,'J00. I PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. 8 II ill olo II olo 111 SHi)osHosHosHaHioofBoaBaoBaoasioBjBjosjaooioflaoioaHOflsioBOflBiosnoMoa 0B9MoaBOMOIBOHBoailBOM3MOM3aoOMnlBBO i'i oV ji CALL AT II ill iii ill ill olo olo 111 E. T. Pence's and see the latest style The local stock firms of this sec- Jtion are now making contracts with tanner.--, for their lambs tor June nnd July delivery. One prominent buyer has already engaged 1,000 lambs nt G 'J cents. 136 Robert Itankin engaged GO lambs to Mr. Lillard of Boyle, county at 7 cent. J. S. Murphy engaged f0 Iamb, to J. C. Johnson, of Boyle county nt 7 cents; Pope Brothers sold 73 lambs to Trader Lillard for cents. June and ?& Mr. Cyrus July delivery at GG7 lambs Duilv engaged to J. D. Ends and Sons nt G cents: li Abner Hughes engaged 'JO Iambs to the Ends firm nt the same price. T. oio D. Chestnut sold 70 lambs for June and July delivery to Lnwon and Brown at G cents. ill John Hammond sold a mule to Lewis Bargo for $163. 0. B. Sutton, of the Preaohersville oli section sold some com to Mr. Alev Walker, the !i per barrel. Lancaster miller, at $3 l-- a ii ii Nice Place For Sate. I will sell privately my farm of acres on the Ottenheim pike. 2 mile fiom Maywood, six mile 2 from Stanford, contains good hous of 5 room, bis barn and other ouIV tbuilding; 2 good wells. Write or OP coire nnd eo it. Fred Xikolla, It. F. p oio D. Xo. 1. Stanford, Ky. 7.T 1-O II II oo II X ' ill olo ill olo 111 111 111 CORN PLANTER. THIS IS SOMETHING NEW. ill 11 3."i-8- Mrs. Lowndes crack show mare PUBLIC SALE Edna Mae has foaled a colt by Kentucky's Choice her great prize winAs executor of (be will of the lato ning stallion. l sell nt public Top hogs were $S at Cincinnati Anderson Carr, I outcry to the highest and best bidTuesday. Steers $7.90; sheep 5.-- 3; der, in Stanford. Ky.. in front T Iamb $12.50. the couit house door, nt 2 1. M., on A northbound p:i.eni:er train on Saturday. May 25, 1912 the O. & C. wits wrecked by spread The following real estate, situated in ing rail-- , nt Crittenden, -- G miles county, Ky., about two miles south of Cincinnati Monday morn- Lincoln Stanford, Ky., nnd bounding, nnd five passenger wert. badly south of ed us follows: injured. Several cars turned over. On the east bv the binds of Jns. nnd Win. Baughman, on the The L. ic X. Excursion train to I'ettnsby the lands of Tom Crow and Cincinnati Sunday did not icturn bouth Monday Inning gotten behind others, on the west by the county until load, on the north bv lands of Jacob a wreck near Winchester. Gander, containing 85 acres nf laud, Obituary notices, poems etc., are mote or le.ss. TbU laud will be surveyed before the day of sale and $1 for not over 200 words: over that will be xold bv the acre in accordnumber of words 5 ceuts a line ance with such survey. Terms of Sale: Purchaser to give irood and npirroved bankable note- For Sale. Five shares bank stock for tlit; purchnse money, one half State Bank & Trust Co. Call on thereof due and payable six months or write. Dr. W. F. Wntkins, from date of sale, and the balance Ky. in twelve mouths from date of sale, lieu retained on laud sold for such Constipation brings mnny ail- deferred payments. I will, ns such executor, nt the ments in its train nnd is the pri mary cnue of much sickness. Keep same time and place, sell a lot of madnm. and personal proerty. including a show your bowels regular case, n lot of brick and other things you will escape many of the to which women nre subject. too numerous to mention. A. T. Nunnelley. Exor. Constipation is n very simple thing, but like many simple thing, it may "Our baby cries for Chamber-Iain- 's lend to serious consequences. Xa-tuCough Remedy," writes Mrs. often needs a little assistance and when Chamberlain's Tablets nre T. B. Kendrick, Rasacn, Gn. "It given nt the first indication, much is the best cough remedy on the distress nnd suffering may be avoid, market for coughs, colds and croup. For snle by G. L. Penny. ed. Sold bv G. L. Penny. May-wood, 34-4p. nil-niere PUBLIC SALE I will offer at Public Sato Saturday May 4. 1912. on many other things too numerous to mention. Sale begins at 0:30 A. M. PROF. J. DATS0N, Gilberts Creek. Ky. poles of land, plenty of wnter nnd fruit, good house nnd out buildings If not sold it will be rented. Also one horse 5 years old, work anywhere you put him. one wagon and harness, one buggy nnd bnniess, some farming implements, also household nnd kitchen furniture, consisting of on organ, one Chiffonier, also lot of chnrrs. ono bed, some carpet, one glass safe one cook (dote, one heating stove, nnd My home nenr Dnddernr's mill on SPRING SUITING Dix Hiver, four miles south of LanMy new spring and summer samcaster, nnd four miles east of Stanford, containing two acres and 15 ples are now ready for your inspec- tion. They comprise the best oa the market. I can suit anyone ai to price who had his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measura is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made when quality and fit Is considered. Come in and let me take your measure. H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. SPRING OXFORDS. OUR LINE OF SPRING AND SUMMER SLIPPERS IS NOW COMPLETE. PATENTS. VICIS. VELVETS SATINS. TANS ETC. THE FAMOUS MAY MANT0N LINE. BEST QUALITY AND RIGHT PRICES. IN t.l ih olo i!i i!i i!i ill III i VSJU Fertilizer of All Kinds. un- i!i i!i oio rJ TSaa 14 Nice Building Lots at Public Auction ! Situated in the Land Addition on Lancaster Street. Under decree of the Lincoln Circuit Court, I will sell at pub lic auction on Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. who will take cure of fence nnd take 35 in stock, collect money and send to me besides wood, nnd garden nnd acre3 in woods, 20 acres in timothy good land. Write mo at 718 Enst grasa besides the woods grass. 15 Fremont St., Bloomington, 111., the Farm for Rent. 70 acres nil der fence, 15 for cultivation, acres furnished free to a good man owner. Mrs. AnnSs B. osvci.e. HORSE MULE and COW We Feed enr-louhuii-drcd. I SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, may the fifth. Saturday, May 4, 1912 beginning about 2 o'clock P. M, fourteen nice building lots in the beautiful Land Addition to the City of Stanford. These are splendid building sites, well drained and very de- sirable. They will be sold on a credit of six months, pur-- J chaser executing bond with good personal security, with six d leceived a full of 0.it-t)iuud Alcorn feed. This U u well balanced feed, mixed in etjtiul pint- - of (liouud Alfalfa, Rolled Oat, 1'mckfd Corn uud Barley uith 10 per eeut Sueur llotiie Mobile-,- . we esThe pecially recommend for stullioiih, jii eke uud dtivinj; bore. I'riuo VIM) per The Alcorn beini; heavier in porn is hot for tit it f t hore-- . Price 1.10 per Try it suck. You will like it. Oat-Kqu- al bu-b- el. hue just SPECIAL TRAIN per cent, interest, payable to the undersigned. Lvt. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. FOR PARTICULARS. ASK TICKET AGENTS t E. D. PENNINGTON, Master Commissioner L. C. C. J. H. Baughman & Co, Stanford, Kentucky. .1 .