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FIJI DAY, MAY 3d, 1912 I should culled upon to speak so plainly nnd truthfully about this man; but his slanderous attacks upon me in his paper, and his assumption of leadership o fthe part' which he has so often betrayed, demand that a tnic picture of the man be set be I believe with nil fore the people. my henrt that he, with bis paper, bus done incalculable harm to the progress and to tho good name of Kentuckj'. His skill ns a writer has made him nil the more dangerous lie hns never stood for any good or moral cnue in our state. He him invariably nppearcd as the advocnte and champion of the criminnl elements. He is the degenerate composite of the characters of Pecksniff and Falstnff, Although he has reneh-c- d thnt nge, when the sunet of life i supposed to soften with its glow the nspenties and bitterness of hu man ehnrncter, he i more vindictive nnd malevolent, if possible, than ever before. "Coming fo Kentuckv long nfter he had reached maturity he hn boasted nnd ndvertispd himself nhrond ns the typical Keirluckinn. .mil it cniises the blush nf shame to come to the cheek nf nnv Ioygl son of the old Commonwealth, iohenr strangers ever speak of siieh n man ni representing the chivnlrie manhood of Kentucky. Such U the reek-les- s and irresponsible slander that attacks my good name." no TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. TEN GRADUATES Program of LEIAN0N GOES WET IRELAND IN DEMAND HIGH SCHOOL THIS TERM Week Commencement Dr. Crosslleld to Announced Deliver Address. One mora week of school before Commencement Week begins. I'upiN are now undergoing fximiiimtioii, niul will bo clad when the grind i over. There are ten gmduutes this year, whom have dotio splendid nil of work and hove won n right to the diplomas whihc will be awarded them are Misses Mary The graduate Morrison Matheny, Lorraine Campbell, Willie Moore, John Eva Hilton, Holtclaw, Mande Stone, M. Bright, Mesr. Morn-o- u MeCarty, John and Jr.. II. Waters, Will Hums Coleman. Mr. Coleinnn is the valedictorian of the dus. Stiuduv eveninir May 10th will mink the beginning of the cniniiicne mem senou. Nov. W. E. Arnold, lrt iiliifr Elder of thw district, will preach the sermon to the graduate of the high school. It will be delivered at the ooera hou- - Riimlav Uav 10th. nl 8 I'. M. On Monday evening the 20th at H o'clock, "The American Gill", an operetta in two art, for girl, will b,. given under I'ettro and direction of Mi-- e Juckoii. of the Vocal and Expresof the Stanford sion department school. The rlon U that of un American (lirl, who. while trnvelimr BUYS DANVILLE PLACE at a in England, arrives bv boarding school kept by Mi fare The mistake lead- to a series of J. M. MeCarty Takes Over Good very nnnttinir incident1 caused partBusiness in "Little Britain." ly by the slight deafness of Miss play contain brik The Carew. Mrs. (icorL'e lleildnu' cs'tirtlnv linloirne. attractive muie and ef-J- afteitioon sold her restaurant oil live drill. Iteatly aeuae to Mr. James MeCarOn Tucsdiiy. May 2M, the Senior ty, a brother or Sheriff MeCartv, of villi hold swuv at the opera la l'osessoa will be mien class day Stanford. house at 10 A. M. Their the lirst day of June. Mr. MeCarpromises to 1m oiio of the most no- ty on exMTieiici'cl icstauraut man. table in the hi!ttirV of the school. The stand is one of the best in ( On Tuesday evening May 21-- t, Kentucky and ha done 11 Ititr the deimrlinent of instrumental mus- business since it was started. D.in-ill- e will hold the ic and expression Advocate. Inard. Tin entertainment will be The many friends (lf Mr. MeCaity under direction of Mlse Hallou sun' ind tanuly will reinet ti much .Incknn. Wednesday evening May 22nd, i that this business change will cause the time for Annual Commencement them In move their residence to if the Stanford limb School. Dr. Danville. It. II. Cms-fiel- d. l'ieident of DANVILLE MEN HURT CniMThitv. will deliver the He i one .omnieiiccment addre-- . if the he- -l sinker- - in the state nnd Col. Ike Dunn and Jim Sallee In Auto Accident lendintr educntois of the houth. The lnt event of the season will (ireat excitement was occasioned lie the Annual Itecital of the miiie Vimrtmeiit under diiection of Mi4 111 D.uiMlle shortly alter S o'clock Jnck--n- n last utcht when telephone message bv Mi Ellen Hallou. autoand pupil of the department of announced that the linnd-oni- c l.in liipior ipiestlou today, and by a majority of ! I, the voters expressed themselves in favor of a n't urn to tho licensed saloon, The campaign, while timorously prosecuted, wan devoid of bitterness so common in local option elections, ami so quietly did the day pass olT that not un arrest was made. The vote wus 380 for saloon to :il.'i against. Church bells were rung at interval dm ill!.' the day and meeting held ut which prayer were nITcicd for the success ot the dry cause. Hundreds of women and children currying banners ami lines inn relied ihiough (lie streets io music by two bras bands. n League, through The its attorney, Judge II. W. Hives, in an iuleriiew tonight, .stated that the elcctLin will be contested unci Mint foimal notice of contest will he died with the county cauvasiiiK bourd next Monday. He said that 'the con let would be based on irioumls believed In be ample and that it winild, if necessaiy,, be cnriied through all the courts. In the meantime, nil election will be sought under the new law m.'ikni',' the whole county the voting unit. Anti-Saloo- AS INSTITUTE INSTRUCTOR By 44 Majority, gut Drys Say They Will Contest Election. Local School Superintendent is Be- Ina Boomed For State Honors Lebanon, May 2. Three Years From Now. For the third time in tho history if Lebanon, a vote was taken on the Prnf. .1. W. Ireliiiul. Sllliorlntelld- ent of the Stanford will lie a butty inn City Schools, 11 1111 I wIimii ill., ucliiiftl fnrtn Hummer, In ended. mi-ta- ke - ei addition to his duties as a member ot the State Mount ot hxaminers, In, w tnrv itiueti in ilniminil a a con ductor of teachers' institutes, nnd niiule enitau'ement tor ha already mot of hi spare time durini; vaca tion. I'rnf. Ircbind lin made a reiiutn- tion as one of the verv best institute conductors in the state us well lis the best superintendent, and nives much satisfaction wbeiever be poe. A tread i' many of hi friend in educational circles over the state are stiii'lintr ntiiet Iiooiii fur him as the logical candidate of the democratic partv for the next nomination tor Stale Snuorintendelit of School three cur. from now. nlready The institute enimgement made bv Prof, lielnnd for Ibis miiii-murc as follows: Mndisoa count v institute nt Itirh- inonil. week of July 1st. y Institute nt FraiiK-fnr- l. ccL: if Julv 8. inslitiites com posed of teachers of Scott, Franklin, Woudloru niul tJi'snmine counties. county institute at Lnwicnce Louisa, week of Julv loth. Christian countv institute, nt week of Atmust 28, assisAlso assists in Anderson tant. county institute nt I.nwreneeburjj week of August 12th. Fulton county institute at Fulton, week of September 2d. 11 er Four-Count- en-tr- al Trail-Mlvni- White Castello. On lust Wednesday afternoon, Mnv I. at 3 o'clock. Miss Mamie White and Mr. Samuel Castello were married at the bride s home on Danville pike. Itev. I). M. Walker said the wold which made them one. The bride won1 a handsome blue serse coat suit, with hat to match. The house was decorated beautifully in blue, ami ccrvrcen. There was no line nreseut excent the relatives uud a few close friends. They were re After cipients of many present. their Initial tour thev will return to her home. Their host nf i'licnd wish them much happiness. News of the weddim; was kept quiet nnd only a few intimate friends were let in until nfter it on the happv was over. Danville. Yowell. of Hiistbtmllc. have been with Dau- tilt relatiw's. Mr. .1. E. Farri and wife have rehere turned from Orlando, I'Jn.. they have been the winter mouths. Mr. Henry Sallee. who has been hvini in W'nv, Mississippi. U speiid-in- j: u few davs here with relatixe-befoi- e oiui; to his future home in Anuustu, Montuna. Mis, Eliahelh Iiniii-- , of Stanfoid. tMiciit Saturday and Sunduy with Miss Miiitliu Homiuell. on Mr. and mobile IiuIoiihiiij; tn Mr. Hooker Keid had been on the Mock Hill, thiee miles mirth ot town un the Sh.ikcl'louii pike. A liujje lilim-bof people in automobiles hastened to the scene. The machine was heini: dm en bv Mr. Held himself. He had been to l.euimtoii allendun; the laces. On the liout seat with him was Mr, James Sallee. In the The Presidential Situation Congressman Oscar I'ntlctwood rear seat were Col. I. M. Dunn and Kiiij:. The a of Alah.ima, earned (inn urn and Mr. A. W.pole, hicnkiui;car struck in the W.mdioM iloii, and telephone J'lornla, out will go to the Deiuocratic National two, and then proceeded through ?onveiitiin with a strong follow injr. wne leuee. The machine was dnmuccd. When the telephone l In the Massachusetts Mr. Sallee wa t, getting pole was ptimnty Tall beat . He susotes to 71,20.1 for Teddy, tin own out head loieino-tpainful sculp wound. Col. tained but the delegates pliilcd to the broken fiuuer nni' latter beat Tall delegate b 71,121 Dunn sustained painful Mr. Kitir to (i.i,b7(i, n very unusual Mute of othernot injured injuries. uud neither wns Mr. -. 'I'n f I and ltn.icvclt will was So JillnirThe cause of the accident is u Held. divide the liaj stale ote each unknown Dnuwllc Advocate. IS delegate. xire--i(in. n feature which l.acb occasion nil should attend for eveiyone will not onlv note the ureal progress of the local school, hut will be highlv entertained and greatly benefitted. Vrojrnm of nil exercise will later. 1 ai-rear Mt. James er 11 1 seii-oiis- ly piclt-icntiu- Koo-cicl- Mi-ne- Hroadw-av- . 11 11 Mr. Ed Davis, of Lincoln county, wns the uue- -t of his uunt. Mr. Ilai-c- v Mitchell at Perrytille Satuidav get-im- -- it hatnp I'laik inn uway fiom beating him in Massachusetts for the picsiilciltml piel'eleuce n A great many of 10,000 mnjniity. delegates lrom Hie democratic Massachusetts, howeler, llle pledg-4'- d to Gov. Foss, nf (bat stale. It looks nullity like Claik is going to make a rtinnvvnv race of it. I Wil--.n- Highland. Horn, to the wile of J. II. FIo.mI, a bn. Al-- ii to the Wile nf J. V. Canier, a en I. Mi's, (.'hailey Cook who has been sick is Miiucwlint impintcd. Elder Curr who will pieuch at the Christian chinch Ibis year was heic HOW THEY STAND and picnehed last Saturday and Mtiiilu.v. Vote For Entries In L. L. Sanders' Popularity Contest. Ke. II. Mills who was detained heie tor svei ul da. miii ucocuut otn sexcre thloat double, bus letuiued Inn chinch at Huntington, W. Vu. is the standing ot to The i'olliiwiiiir Mr. Kolielt Cook, tnuelilli: sale! this week in the the contestants s man ha been ipiile sick tor a piano pDpulanty contest being ut the home of his father J. (!. by 1.. L. Snndeis, the hustliniili. ling Crab Oichatd meichaut: Mr. Will llccd hud 1111 20,(1 HI l.uhv I'avrish h'x rolling Tuesday. 2:i,o; I I.I.. I.... ('.implicit Holly Wmliehl, who has been in 22,310 Mamie Holiuau the winter has 20.300 l.ouisxille ihuinc Mrs. I).ie Newhuid 13..ril(i come home and will crop with Cecil (iainer Mr. Will lteed. 12.531 Susie Hull Mr. 0. (!. Speakc while tiding in ll.ti.VJ Mil finnier 11,0." 2 hi auto Saturday nii;ht one of the Mrs. I)oe fiarner U'"0 axle bioke and slightly bruised Nell Newhuid 0,030 Mis. II. F. llorlou and Master ltnv. Mahnla Howard 3,750 Mrs. W. II. Teiry. of Stanfoid, Henrietta Bailey 1,000 who has been heic with her dauuhter, Mary Hailey 1,188 Mt. Cash for some diiy hns Maggie Spitler to her home. ,. 1,170 Nell Davis Be-s- io Mis Fannie Younj.', who has been 1,117 Reynolds 1,088 teaehiui; near Cyuthiaua the past 8 Kcrtha Holers 1,080 month after visitiui; friends at Ellen Holme bus returned to her homo 1,010 Marie White 1,000 for the summer. Etta Frith Mr. Will Oraybeal, of Somerset, 1,000 Jewel Francisco 1,000 visited his mother mid other relaltuby Ores .v.-.- .. 1.000 tives heie Sunday, Ethel Wilson Hen Chestnut, nUo of Somerset, 1,000 Nancy Napier 1,000 was here to see hi mother Sunday. Iiuttio Bogie . .1 lew-daycon-duct- and Suiiduv. A vciv hniulonie pictuie of Miss McDowell Louuit appealed in Louisville Times. Mis, i u inn Id of honor nt the Confederate li'euniou at Macon, fin. Mis. (iconic Keller nnd .Miss Josephine Keller, of Orlando. Flu.. hn' m ilxtil to spend the summer with Mr .1. E. Funis and wife. Mis. J. C. lloiile. who bus hail Cleat success in St. I'etersbun;. Fin., tin winter, will let urn home tonight She topped for a lew dav visit to her son, John, in Cluittiiuoomi. l.'.nnille Mcssenycr. Snt-uida- V .o-j-- FIVE NICE BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE. 1:30 P. M., sell at public outcry to the highest bidder the follo'.vir.c nice huildiui; lots in Stanford Kentucky. I lot D037G JVel uud 2 loU f.Ox 138 feet. These three facitiir Millet avenue conncctiiijjr with Lo;iiu avenue. feet facins Also 2 lots 00x138 Whitley street. These lots join each oilier. Will offer separate and then as a whole. Terms easy and riuht prices. The sale will he made on Miller street between Loriui nnd Whitley Hushed & Florence. a venues. will also sell the residence of We F. Kichenbonjer, close to the above lots, at the sume time. If not sold priwitcly, toiut dny Monday May we will on 13, 1012 at Watch for the ureal K. of P. strels nt ilt,e opera bouse next day niuht. Don't miss them. minFri- ANSWERS in the "ucccs') of the party and the WATTERSON'S ATTACKS triumph of its principles, jet I have not even asked a friend of mine in the .state to supivort me for any Former Executive Declares Courier-Journahonor in the state convention, such Policy Is Upon Poas being a delegate to the iiutionnl litical Barqaln Counter convention, for I have no persona! ambition above party success, and In nn open letter to the democrats would cheerfully step nside for any of Kentucky, Kiven out ut Frankfort arrangement that would further its Wednesduy, former (Jovernor J. C. success, W. Heckhum makes public answer "I heartily npiirovc the action of to the vicious attacks which Henry our Stute Executive Committee at Wattersou bus been making upon its record meeting in the cull it made him nnd bis friends in the Courier-Journfor the State convention, utiil yet, the past few wneks. Oov. neither directly nor indirectlj', djd I Ilcckham says in part: communicate with n single member of that committee, to advise him "To 'the Democrats of Kentucky: I Jeeent libelou attacks upon what thought I the committee should "The do. In fact, did not know what Courier-Jouruin the me by W'ntteron it would do until I rend of its action would not wurrant any resthe papers ponse from me, except for their in In regard the next ilnj'." to his presidential hcnriiii! upon the political situation choice, Gov. Iteckbam as: in Kentucky and the ctidenee which "In my judgment, the strongest thev uiie of hi minister purposes. I most available candidate for ii dislike a personal controversy with andnominate is Woodrow to Wilon. I any ninn, but especially so with a have thought so for a long time, and man absolutely deioid of all sense even favored him when ef honor and wuntin in every in- wns for him. And when Wntteroii it becunic stinct of ii gentleman: who utter known that he refused to allow himdisreu'iud for the truth and the be bound self by Wilson of decencies of debate or dis- Wnll to street, inv cussion between gentlemen, suRests became greater admiration for him Then that his peiccption of the iliffatenee when WattiTson than eer. him I denounced between rij;ht uud wroli;. between was convinced that he clean truth nnd falsehood, lin been dulled. and incorruptible man. wasit n should It "When Wnttei'son stated that I appear by the time the convention mil friends (if mine had formed a meet in liiiltiinirre, that a stronger conspiracy to en pt lire tho Kentucky candidate than delegation nnd barter it for our sel- he nominated, Oov. Wilon could then I would prefer fish interest at the Haltimore cor. that I do not now convention, he uttered a deliberate nnd sider candidate. Mr. Clark the ijtronge.st candiNo living man wilful falsehood. date. know better than he doe, that I am ".Mr. Ilryan, in nn interview not not of the bartering kind, for there long ago, in speaking of Wilson and lia not been a time in the last ten Clark, 'I have that I could not hnve pur- pressingsaid: preference avoided exxear. nny as between imchased hi cheap flattery and these two gentlemen for seieral reamunity from attacks in hi paper by and sons. ill The first is that I am not n sacrifice of my clear in" own mind a to which of the public interest. longer ngn tlinit hist January them would be able to poll the larger "No the circum- vote, and n good deal many depend (ho well temember of stances), if I bud agreed to support upon the action is, the Republican the course of the him in getting the instruction from conieution. that ((invention this state, for the nomination for atxiluhihty may affect the relative of these two candidate the tnesiilency, I would now be the and I would like to hnve all the tieliiu of his loathsome praise rath- light I get before expieing nuv er than the honored object of his opinion can either Gov. WiUon or scurrilous abuse. I may not be encredit for spurning the Speaker Clark.' titled to iinv "In consideration of such n ridiculous lieve other words. Mr. Rrynn beHint where the delegates are ami egregious suggestion of political in a State Convention like folly, but Kentucky Democrats will ch son at least commend me for having re- ours, progressive nnd faithful Demfused to become it paity to a scheme ocrats .hould be elected nnd they that would lme hnd them indorsing should be' uninstrueted. That I believe, is the correct position for for the highest office within the gift Kentuckv of the people a man who lin not convention Democrats to take in their on Mnv 20. Let them character enough to ipialify him to out reliable Democrats as delehold the lowest office in the land. gates and send them to the National "I could have escaped the coveted calumnies of his iien nnd paper Convention without instructions." Again he says; "The attempt is .nine enr ago, if I had yielded to now made to raie n fale issue solicitations that I make way for his him to run for Governor of Ken- mining the Democrats of the State. tucky. And in 1007. when as Gover- Wattersou charges that I and other., nor, I had to appoint n Mayor nnd have formed n deep conspiracy to the Democratic party. He other officers in the city of Louis- vvieek identically the same charge ville, I could hae iiisiued inv elec- made I. tion to the Cnited States Senate b; ist year, and our answer was a tinning oer to his gnng the appoint- Democratic maioiity of 31.000, won ments nf those- office and surien-derin- g not only without his nid, but with my dctermiiiutiou to see that his secret opposition to the ticket. "What confidence can now be the law.s nf the Commonwealth weie enforced in (but city. I might give placed in this same. faNe irophet other instances, if necessary, to and slanderer? As a matter of fact, show that no one knows better than if the gentlemen whom he uttucks he that his lecent ehuige against weie engaged in nny such nefarious me were absolutely and whollv fale scheme n he describes, nnd possessand were born of the hnte nnd ma- ed nil the wealth he figuie they lice which he has felt toward me Tor would hnve hnd him n a member of the gnng long ngo, writing double-heade- d several years. editorials, praising them as "A place upon the blacklist of his paper, though ut tiu.es unpleasant, is patriots instead of calling them pirnil honiu' to be sought by nuy con- ates; for political historv in Kenscientious public man in Kentucky. tuckv for the hist twentv yenrs that wbeiever the money is No ii. an in public life can retain foe ipiy length of time the favor and there is nlwavs Wnttei'son. gieedv praise of t tut t impel- and of its edi- for his pait of the loot, and venomtor and nt the -- nine lime ictain his ous towards nil of those who would and the confidence of ib price liim of nny of it. Theie is tlie people. Whom it cannot control, never u political bargain counter upon which the editorial policy of t lie it seeks to destroy. "Wutteison attacked the private nle. "I dn not know whether hi weuk-necharacter of W. J. ltryan; his is congenital, or whether at upon (itou-Cleieland weie no loss violent: he culled Goiernor some time of trial, he fell hefoic Wilon, of New Jersex, 'a crook' some stioiig temptation; but we nil and so with many other distinguish-e- d know that, since lSIXi, he ha, in p.'uluucc, been clnseit us a men whom he disliked, or of whom he was jealous, be bus poured out thutty tloater. veering fiom one sido upon them the ials of his iudiclie to the other, according to the exigencies of bis selfishness or niulig-nuucand plcuctic inge, in language denouncing everyone wtio that onl u diuuLcn vulgardiftcicd with him, uud viciously liian would Use. "He bus fur yenrs siisoectcd me beling nil of thoe whom lie suspectof standing in the wnv of muiic of ed of standing in the way of bis Mime of his ambitious, and ridiculous ambitious. "He now suy. he i for Mr. Chirk, he has placed me in coiisciueutl 'u the illustrious ranks of those who uud I have no doubt (but if he uud have enjoyed the distinction of be- jCol. George llavvey should be unable ing the objects of his ennobling to connect Mr. Clink with their I ran still lay claim nbitse. to the friend, Mr. Tho. p. I'ynii. the Deconfidence of the good people of mocratic money man of 'big btisi-nes- s' in New Yoik, he would just ns Kentucky iuusuiiich us for mauv vears, I have not subjected myself promptly withdraw his support from to suspicion, by bavin" my name him, nnd denounce him in lutiguugc praised in the columns of his paper. equiillv ns nbtisive ns he used about Whenever politician receives much Gov. Wilson. He mut be fluttered, cajoled, uud fuvored to keep his pitir--o from him, it is time for honup to the sticking point. est people to grow suspicious nnd to mnke un investigation of his char- The price of his continued allegiance to nuv man or to nny party is acter uud associations." to the patience or pocket-boo- k Oov, Heckham goes on to sav that of any man of any patty. It he has taken no active part in the selection of imv delegates to the is impossible that the intelligent DeHe sav: mocrats of Kentucky would think of convention. national "While, as a private citizen, in the placing such a man in n position quiet pursuit of my professional where he could again betrnv them, business, I have felt a deep interest as he has so ofLen done in the past. GOV. BECKHAM l's al nl eui-tonui- ry self-re-pe- ct sflf-iespe- ct ss r ly v, ab-ui- "I regret exceedingly thnt SHIP BRINGS BODIES OF TITANIC VICTIMS HOME, Remains of 190 Brouqht to Shore For Burial, While 16 Were Con- siqned to Wattery Graves 1 Kind's Mountain. Mr. Cyrus Johnson has moved to C. C. Goouh's property ut Waynes-burg. Mrs. Corine Cur man Js visiting relatives here. Dr. It. L. avisonj of Stanford. spent a lew days ut this place lust week. Little Unis Dunnawnv. the little duughter of T. P. Dunnuwuy, while lier mother was out ot the room got u bottle of liniment and drunk nearly halt bottle of the medicine, but was not dangerously hurt. Mr. .Morns Wnll and wife are vis iting relatives at Wuynesburg. Jlaster Chevilette is suffering from a broken collar bone. Mis htliel Lee remains very ill. Mrs. Eliza Carey and son. Clar ence are visiting ber father at Grove. Honor Hull of the King's Moun tain School. Grade 1. Kebecca Singlebon. Grade 2. Orville Lasvvell; Grad,. 3. Harold Clievilette, Helen Childer. Virginia Wall, Odis Wall and Virgie Couch. Grade 4. Lila Singleton, Lucy Skidmore. liessie binglcton, Odie Wnll. Manford Alford. Denver Johnson, Claud Hart, B. Heynohls, iicineit UeynoMs, liessie Singleton. Cecil Childer nnd Bessie McLaughlin. Guide .". Jnmes Flint ; Guide 0. -- Maggie Smith; Grade 7. Cora HON. JERE A. SULLIVAN Alfoid; Grade S. Grace Thompson, .Miitiel Mint, hva l.eacli, Clarence Of Madison. Formally Announces as Cniey nnd Lnura Johnson. Candidate for Conoxess Holdam's Mill. The Interior Journal is authoriz1'eople an buy plowing and ed today to announce Hon J. A. Sulplanting eoru in this section. .Mr. L'riuh Albright is very ill at livan, of Madison county, as a canthis writing. His many friends will didate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this, the EMitU be glad to note a change. Theodore Bogera, is bomewliut bet congressionnl district, subject to the ter. He was able to be at church democratic iirinmry which will be Sunduy. Miss .Minnie Nujlor uud held on Satunlay, August 3, next. There is no better or mole uble little hlla Jackson, of1 the liroiightoii section weie the guests of Ida .May democrat in the district thiiu Judge Sullivan,, nnd should he be selected Thompson Satutday night last. Mrs. Lena Xonkes and little Helen ns the party's nominee, he would mnke a most excellent lepresentntive weie the guests ot her bister, Ida in the national assembly at WashThompson Wedne-da- v night. We hud a nice meeting ut Mt. ington. Hi service, while u in the legislutuie from Ziou Sunday with Bro. J. G. Liv Mndion county nttrncted the atteningston uud Bro. John Elder present: nUo hnd our Sabbath school at 2 tion of the whole state. He worked o'clock in the evening. Bro. Livings- especially hard for the school interton will be back with us the fouitU ests of the state and succeeded ill Sunday in May and Bro. Cutter will having much valuable legislation He-ione of the most promibe with him nUo. nent citizens of liichmotld, being ti Mi. Kebecca Denny is ill nt this lending hunker uud attorney uud writing. Mr. Jodti Smith is in Kuoxville, would be u eiedit to the district in every respect, should he be chosen visiting his sou. .Mr. Bryiint Blown celebrated his congressuiuu. 01st, hiithday on April 4th, .with a As To Confederate Pensions nice dinner. A huge crowd of his childieu nnd grandchildren W. J. Stone, examiner of the Conweie piescut, pension depaitmeut of federate Mr. and Mrs. Hirnui Thompson, of Frniikfovt, is notifying those interOttawa, weie the guests of his son ested (but nil applications for penW. M. Ihompson, Monday, sions must be filed in county couii A thief broke through nnd stole hefoie the first d.iv of the le.ular u verv lurge side of meat from Mr. term of coiut, which is Monday, ( I evii Adnius the other night. May 1.1, uud that all application Mr. Tom I'earce who has been will hnve to lie over until the second quit,, ill is uble to be out again. Monday in June. Mis Lillie Henslev is out heie from Middlcbui-g- , visiting her sister. Gets Damages for In lured Mules Mi's. Crider, of Bee Lick. A jury in the Bo.vle circuit coiut Homer Daveupoit, the famous car- lust week awaided T. C. Kankiu of s the Hubble section toonist, died suddenly Thursday. fur the loss of the ma lor nor- The inesident of the Second Nat- 'tion of u carload of mules which he ional Bank o'f Ciucimuuti has been shipped to the umikct ut Athritu nncsted by the federal authorities hist season, and most of which wen on n charge of misapplying fund. killed or injured in n vvieek. Out of Ployd Allen, the celebrated Vir- the 27 in the loud, oulv nine were ginia outlaw, i on trial for his life left, nnd time were sold n a big nt Wytheville, Vu., to which point n sacrifice on uccotint of their condi- hnime of venue wus granted by the tion. court. I Blue Grass League games Wednesday I'ruukfort 8, Uichinond 5; l minWatch for the great K. of strels nt the opera house next Fri- Pari' 17, Winchester 4; Maysville 1,' Lexington 0. day night. Don't miss them. lepre-seiituti-s sub-tuuti- iil dam-iiuk, Halifax, N. S., May 2.While church bells tolled their solemn requiem the cable ship Mackny-Den- nett, floating morgue of the send, steamed into the harbor with her flag at half mast Tuesday, bearing bodie) of 100 victims of the Titanic disaster. With the coming of the deatU ship the .suspense which has grip-mm- 1 the sorrowing relatives and friends of the dead for a week was lifted. The grewsorae burden of the wns piled on her deck and in her hold. The Muckay-Benne- tt brought 190 bodies into port. Cnpt. Lardncr snid that in all 30(1 bodies had been picked up, but 110 hnd to he reconsigned to the deep because they were beyond recognition. They were wrapped in canvas shrouds, weighted nnd cnt over the ship's mil. (apt. Lnrdner told White Star official that everybody picked up wore a lite preserver. Jinny of them were flouting on pieces of wreckage from the wrecked liner. u There was no doubt of the In of Col. Astor's body. the pockets i2,o00 ensh nnd had been found, nnd he woie a belt, with n gold buckle. The body identified ns) that of Mr. Widener was buried at a. The coffin containing the body of of John Jacob Ator, which had been identified on the Macknj Bennett, lav in the stern of the ship. The bodies of the dead of the Titanic's crew bad not been embalmed or placed in coffins, but lay stretched upon the deck, covered with a big piece of tarred canvns to keep off the rain and sun. It wus a horrible and heart-siccning sight. As the sailors drew back the tarpaulin to remove the dead, 'the remains were exposed to the view of those on the deck. The faces of the dead were set in expression ot horror mm extreme fear, and the legs and arms were bent nnd contorted, showing how they fought for life in the icy water. Some of them hnd disrobed them- celv'e.s, the better to swim. Others had died in the water trying to pull off their clothing. Some of them wore one uitn through a coat sleeve: others were entirely naked save for a shoe or undergarment. Stokers lay side bv side with the lemnins of men renred. in luxury. When the bodies were uncovered they were rolled in smnll pieces of canviis placed on stretchers nnd borne away. identi-ficntio-k- f -- 9 ve 3 l 41 ttt C w nrfm wmrwmMu aimajMBUWiaiama.rfg r 1 & ' r "r THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. How The Body Kills Germs. corpuule wa Gcrmt CELEIRATED HORSEMAN by the white that let Into the body are killed In two that i In the blood. Jutt what thia el the blood, and by blood of a healthy perton alwaya hat tome ubttance li, we do not know. The fteravkiltint: tuhitance in it to ward off the attack of diaeate. The fountain head A man who ha a weak and impaired ttomach and who of life it the ttomach. eloer not properly difett hit food will toon find that hit blood hat become weak and Impoverithed, and that hit whole body it improperly and intumciently nour. iahed. To put the body in healthy condition, to feed the tyttem on rich, red blood and throw out the poitcni from the body, nothing in the patt forty yean haa excelled Ur, fierce t uoiaen nieaicai uitcovery, a pure) Hi) eerie extract (without alcohol), of bloodroot, golden teal and Oregon drape root, ttone root, mandrake and quecn't root with black cherrybark. "My hulnnl was n MilTercr from etnmach trouMo and W?.. Eat L Itnpnrp blixid." writes Mil. .Iamkh II. Martin, nf Frankfurt, Ky. "Up hnd a wins on hl faco that would form a. filch wimlil dry and drop off In alnut a month, then annthiT would Immediately firm. It continueil this way for a Ions time. He tried every remedy that any one would 5ii(ritet hut found no relief. Ho then tried I)r. I'lerce'a (iolden Medical Discovery which completely cured him. Ho ha played cured now for two yenr. and I recommend this valuable meillclno for Impurltle of the blood." Dr. Pierce't I'leasant Pelleta regulate and inviiforate ttomach, liver and bo well, feujar.coatsd, tiny franulei. 3, H. Martin, Esq Tells of Famous Shows Made By a Lincoln Countv Sire Writing in the Snddlo Horse Chronicle Inst week of his "Itccollcc-tion- s of Famous SmliUc Horses," Col. Jnmes C. Graves, saltl of a celebrnted sire now owned by J. II. "In Murphy, of Lincoln county: I took first JD0S nt Dnllns Texn priie of fJOO.OO nml Wood McDon-nlHoekefellcr nnd ninny other pood one with Onrrnrd Chief n lny stallion by Chester Dnrc and the very picture of his sire nnd I regard him as Ihe best style horse I pnited him in hi" livins today. form, and I think his if I had him now I could beatnnv Also look $73.00 stallion living. prire a few nicht" after at same fair, t'p to this tim0 he had been beaten by Hoekefellcr and Wood McDonald. The nicht I look the hip prize Gen. John U. Cnstlemnn of Louisville and Win. Unrriper of Shelbyvillo were the judees and cverjbody knows they ate competent, and they said that nipht it was the prandet show they liad ever seen. Thi3 hore is now owned by J. II. Murphy of Stanford, Ky. If saddle horse men in Kentucky think my judgment i worth anything I advise them to patronize Garrard Chief. Takinp style and speed in consideration I don't think lie ling an equal." d, thrie-year-old Stimulant or Tonic? Aycr's Sarsaparilla is not a stimulant. It does not make you feel better one day, then as bad as ever the next. There is not a drop of alcohol in it. Aycr's Sarsaparilla is a tonic. You have the steady, even gain that comes from such a medicine. Ask your doctor all aboutathis. Trust him fully, and always do as he says. He knows. Wno make the best liver pills? The J. C. Aver Company, of Lowell, ,Ma. They hive Ittn maVirj; Ayer's Pitts for over sixty yesrs. If you hive the slightest doubt about using these pills, ask your doctor. Ask him first, tint's best. C AVER CO. LowU M.... Mad kr th Local Option a Failure I am t u re no man rejoiced more than I did when the grand old county of Lincoln, iu which 1 was born, fuid to the world in tones of thunder that we would not have the licensed saloon. It made lac feel that her people were my people, her God my God and beneath her fciul I wanted my ashes to rest. Hut how much nearer are we the poal of prohibition tliuu belorQ the election! It M'cius to me thnt the dear Christian people of our land have neither titno nor How to be Certain of rrejudlee I n hard thin to orcome, nut where health In nt tkr unit tha opinion nf thcniKandi nf rrllnMn people illfrtra from jour a. prejudice thrn your mtnar ami )ou nuxht to lay It aalilr. Thla la aaltl In the Inter-- t nf people nulTrrlnr from rhronlc ronatlpatlon, and It la worthy of their attention. In the opinion ef leirlona of rellaMa American people the mot atuMmrn ronatlpatlon Imaclnalile ran he cured by brief uae of I)r Caldnell'a Syrup l'epeln. Vou may not hae heard of It before, but do not doubt Ita merlta on that account, or traur II haa not been blatantly advertised. It haa aold very euccetfully on word of mouth recommendation. I'arenta are nlvlnr It to their chlldim today who were Riven It by their parent, and It haa been truth" fully raid that more drucKlata uee It peraonally In their famlllea than any other laxathe. Curing Constipation renlle. nnn.ffrlnlnrnot vlnln lit Mlla or cathartlca. It curea eradually and pleaaantly o that In time nature ajraln dora It own work without out. lde aid. Conatliwted people owe H , themaelvea to Uae thla (rand bowel ,,.., . ..- .. Uf.i., tnrrl.nn T..N , km., stun- narnP .;...-rneramllh, II CheMmit Ht,, Ixiulnvi , . .1. I'm n trrw hi inouMhna rhowlnir the eateem In which Dr. Cald. well'a Syrup Ipaln la held. It la mild M t.ettera recently received from ii 'i 1OT .it.iimi.uiMM ryimiifu'mro r ,'"'- - '" ii. ''' , HPr 1iiiiiiBoaBaiBE3!lSHaKBliiiiBaBaaiiii I HyUlKH'Aatl iiiiiNiiBlaiiiiiHfflrj!c?r ta 'HHaBair 'HBV Garrard 3-- 1835. Sired by Chester Dare 10, by Black Squirrel 58 by Black Eagle 74. 1st dam by Silver Time 225; by Silver King; 2nd dam by Silver King; 3rd dam by On Time, blood bay, 15 4 hands, said by good judges to be one ol 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 shewn 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. J. H. MURPHY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. tvrr Shetland bmv, 38 inches tall; owned by Hugh Reid Foster will make the seasM ef 1912 at $10 to insure a living colt.. He is by an that cest $1,000 In the Shetland Islands and Is regarded by pony In Kentucky defeating all comers In the show VSkSvm., Tien refatai. m all colts until season Is paid. Mares due parted with er bred etoewhere fer felts insurance and money becomes '' DOCK GREY ed tiJr What Masonry Did in Battle. "One of the first things that interested me in Masonry," said l'ast Master John Speed Smith, of Washington Centennial Lodge, the newly elected Junior Grand Steward of the Grand Lodge, "was the story told me by my uncle, Goneral and Rev. Green Clay Smith, and the inident Unfair Attacks. d and falla- hImi furnished the inspiration which II jv utterly cious aie the bitter attacks Editor led me to become n member of the Watterson, of the Courier Journal, Fraternity. My uncle was a soldier i makinp upon Gov. McCrearv and during the Me.ienn war. (hough but Id's friends because they want nn n boy of sixteen years of age. In uninstrncted delegation from Kentucky to the nntionnl convention, is one of the battles the Americans clearly shown by Editor Harry Som-me- r. wete driven back, and one of ou- of the Elizabcthtown News in officers was cut off and surrounded the following: by Mexicans who were on him irith The daily nttacks on the Demoto ran him through. Sud- cratic administration at Frankfort denly wht'Ie " a Mexican officer threw him- - r,,,"y, Kot nnd some of the leading Democratic self between his assailants nnd snv- - ,fnle"oHitmc on a Sunday evenpoliticians of the State, who are though he was carried " m Lotuville. Ky.. the fir-- t local largely reponiblc for a Democratic ed his life, d was dratted, ihev My uncle j PP"0" instead of a Republican State Ad- off i. prisoner of war. J a'1 "gued with in the din nnd nois0 of the bat- - T'1 " nt ra,lkf ministration. Fecm to us entirely temperance that state nnd wholly unwarranted. tie ho could not hear anything that wide prohibition could not be enffr.-ereedless the American officer might have Gov. McCreary has favored in nn but that local option would lead open card an uninstructed delega- said, nor did he notice that he made up to state prohibition by creating any nunsual motions. When the tion from Kentucky nnd many otljer public sentiment. And thus were Democrats have ioined with him in captured officer was exchanged, the temperance forces led into a trap nnd returned to hi? regiment, soon by that idea. There is nothing treason, after, my these fallacious arguments. And uncle nsked him: "How today Kentucky i a synonym for able nor in this. It has been done by several States al- in the world did vou manage to es- whisky with it debauchery and murready. Kentucky eent nn uninstruct cape with your life? I thought sure der and yet over niuety jht cent, of that they would kill you. Why did her territory - dry. under the loenl ed delegation to the Chicago which nominated Grover that officer go to your rescue, when option law. all others seemed determined to kill Cleveland in 1S02. The Courier-JournJohn M. Atherlon, one of thebram urged that the delegation be yon?" "My boy. when you are old iest mvn in the liquor buiness, years enough, von should become a Mason, ago sent uninst meted then nnd the rea-so- n said "Let the Sunday school advanced for it were not as well yon will learn whv that officer sav- man and the preacher advocate low grounded in fact as the argument of- ed my life.'' said he. And that was license, high license, local option, fered for it now. The Kentucky nil he would snv about it. My nncle nuythiug but prohibition." Ana redelegation in 1S02 did not "trade determined to become a member of cently thi nme wise counellor in n which protected its speech at a liquor dealer's! conven and traffick" and there is no more an teneon to suppose that the Ken- members even on the field of battle. tion said "lou can avoid the re tucky delegation would trade and and be did so as enrlv as he eonbl. strictive meaure of high license, traffick at Baltimore. Recant Gov. and remained a consistent and mem- cal option territory, but 1 warn you McCrearv and other prominent De- ber until his death." Vou can conceal your retailer in An incident in John Pneed SmitlPs mocrats should want 't.i do in 1912 cannot hid vour ditillery and what Mr. Watterson did do in 1892 career, in the mountains of E.it your brewery. The day prohibition is no justification for a tirade of Tennessee, which has been published goo into effect that day your busiabuse and vituperation such as the in the "Disciple." furnishes reason ness dies." 1 pity the intelligence Courier-.Tonrnlias been indulging to believp thnt being a Mason also of anv man who doe not know that in. Thosp who live in glass houses saved his life on one occasion. Maas long as the vile stuff is made it should not throw stuue-- . will be sold and drunk. For more When the sonic ?ew. calls Governor Beckham and than 1'oitj jear have been strikPUBLIC SALE Gen. Haly "party wreckers" that ing nt the serpent's tail, the saloon paper should look back upon its own and the blind tiger, and missing that record. Has it not done the Demoas has been in many instance, I will offer nt Public Sale on abundantly demonstrated cratic party man harm in the last 20 recently Saturday May 4. 1912, years than all the Republican papMy home near Dadderar's mill on by attempts to jrrosecute undoubted ers in the State combined? We only Dix River, four miles south of Lan- criminal in both our circuit nnd Men nnd yefer to this fact because the Cour- caster, and four miles east of Stan- United Stntes Court. ier Journal is ncVt in a position to ford, containing two acres and 35 brethren, heiiceforth let us strike nt throw stones nt any Democrat. poles of land, plenty of water nnd the serpent's head which is the mil"The other reason why the Cour- fruit, good house and out buildings lionaire brewers and distillers, who ier Journal has lashed itself into a If not sold it will be rented. Also pollute our legislatures. Surely the fury is that the Democratic State one horse 5 years old, work any- time has fully come "when the bayExecutive Committee provided that where you put him, one wagon and onets of the north nnd south 6hould the delegates to the State Convenharness, one buggy nnd harness--, point in the same direction" for the tion in Lonisvjlle should be selected some farming implements, also protection of our noble men and by precinct meetings instead of a household and kitchen furniture, boys, from a drunkard's doom. And mnss convention in the whole city. consisting of one organ, one Chif- if we are true soldiers of the Crobs This has been frequently done and fonier, also lot of chairs, one bed, and children of Ihe most high we in ri city the size of Louisville with some enrpet, one glass safe one will put ourselves where God can .10,000 democratic votes it seems to cook Ktove, one heating stove and use us, and by voice, vote, pen and be the fairest way. many other things too numerous to pursc. do our best to destroy the "It is the time for wisdom, con- mention. Sale begins nt 0:30 A. M. greatest enemy of mankind. A. W. CARPENTER, ciliation conservatism nnd pood feelPROF. J. DATS0N, Adv. It The Drunkard's Friend ing in the Democratic party in KenGilberts Creek, Ky. tucky and not for abuse nnd rancor John R. Stnton, Joyce, Ky. had an and divJM'on. It is a certain fact WELL DESERVED exceptionally severe thnt if Theodore Roosevelt is nominttack of nated by the Republicans, even with The Praise That Comes From Thank- whooping cough. He 6ays: "If it ful Stanford People. had not been for Foley's Honey and a united Democracy, Kentucky will One kidney remedy has kwn Tar Compound I would have been be a doubtful Slate and it is equalcompelled to quit work. Instead, I ly certain that it may not be wise merit. Stanford people rely upon it. never missed a dny, nnd Foley's to nominate .ngaihst Jhim any of That remedy is Doan's Kidney Honey and Tar Compound gavo mo the avowed candidates. While the Pills. instnnt relief and is tho only cough Republicans are having their bitter Stanford Testimony proves it re medicine wo ever use." Contains no fight it is not time for Democrats opiutes. Shugars and Timer. to be arrayed against each other, liable. J. T. Spoonnmore, Whitley, Ave. but it is the time to pay notliinp and Co. 0. M. Quarks, a tobacco snw wood. After the Republican Stanford. Ky., says: "Four yean, and nomination is made it will be time ago I was down with my back kid- planter in Christian county, had a I could not stoop or lift. The negro man servant named Mose. enough to decide whom the Demoney secretions wero too frequent in Mose was driving his boss into town crats ought to nnrao to opposo him." passage and caused a great deal of ono dny when he suddenly remarkeannoyance. 1 tneu a uozen uiiter-en- t dNICE PLACE FOR SALE! remedies, but did not get any "Murse Ganet, dcy had mo up 'benefit until I went to Shugars & my church las' night fur lan-ciI will eell privately ray farm of Tanner's Drug Store nnd procured n " 20 ncres, on the Stanford and Crab supply of Doan's Kidnoy Pills. D' "I don't supposo you wero guilty Orchard pike, six miles from Stan- the time I had taken two boxes, I wero you MoseT" asked tho colonel ford and three miles from Crab was cured. Kidney trouble hns nev "Yns, suli; yas, suh," said Mose. Orchard. lias n good framo house er bothered mo since. Other mem- "I was guilty of dancin'. and dov of four rooms porch etc., good to- bers of mvfnmily have also use' proved hit on me, too, but I como bacco barn nnd other outbuildings Doan's Kidney Pills and found them clenr. My friends stuck to me closo; and, after dem other niggers had and the best water in the county on most satisfactory." by all dealers. Prieo CO dono testified ng'inst mo mv friends For the place; half of plnce in cultiva- cents. salo Foster-Milbur- n Co., Huffnlo, nil got up nnd testified dat, though tion ntrd rest in grass: good black New lork sole agents for tho Unit- it was true I danced, I was so drunk smith 6hop on the place; well fenc- ed States. atdo time I didn't know whut I was ed. f. Remember the name Doan's and doin.' So I come clear1 nnd the W. A. IRENT. R. D. I. Stanford. take no other. prencher sensed me." up-posone-sidets inclination to think the question out. Suppose the gamblers were to petition for a local option election to decide whether or not we would license gambling saloons. The answer would be it is illegal, it is wrong and the bae no t to vote upon it. The same would be said of counterfeiting, of lottery or any oilier wee. And et wo propose to regulate and control the greatest of all ewls, by a local option law. A law thnt make it illegal to sell today nnd illegal to sell tomorrow, illegal iu one town and legal iu another, illegal in one county mid legal in another. Our laws say all other ewls are illegal on all days, in all towns and in all counties. The next question is How came this local option law on Is it to be our statute books thnt the people who ileire complete destruction of the lupiui traltic would enact Mich a :.uw And it they did not, who did It is no fancy story when I te I you that over forty years no the people of Kentucky sent to the legi-- ture r. petition of nenr'v tl.no lVr bundled thousand numcs, state wide prohibition. The bundle ot petitions was ?o great that it required a wheel barrow to trail port it into the halls of the eapitol. It paed the Uoue and had a conceded majority in the Senate. The liquor forces were in despair and said something must be uii( to nt tract the jK'ople from tin prolubi-bayoncI0" mtnoiiiwu or they were ruined, c rjJ-'b- apeclfle Anvone wlahlnr to make n trial of thla remedr bef"re buyln. It In the regular dollar a larre bottle (family lirl ran hate a anmple bottle aent to the home free 11 chare hy almplv addrenalnr of V rnl.ltrall ins U .hli .,- - u. Mnntlcello. 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Slate Certificate, Countv Life Diploma. Certificate Review. Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Cntnlopie Free. Adilrefi G. CRABBE. President. : : : : : : Richmond, Kentucky al C.-.- l ' ijajiaMaaTk CARROLL PRESTON 4383 A horse that Is distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the show ring. There were few better rings of colts seen in a ring this year than those exhibited at Lancaster. Carroll by Preston D22 by Washington fi & by Washington Denmark 01; 1st dam Baby Pence 70J&. by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam by Almont Forrest. Fee $25.00 o lns".rec ?arr?1.1 Pr!cs'on isnominated in the Saddle Horse Fuat Lexington, Ky. turity Also in service Prt bc-fo- n.' HIGH CLOUD 3334, AM), by Red Cloud 2197. Fee $20.oo. High Cloud is a dark bay horse with white markings. Stands 10 hands high ftmrSI lstdam Patsy W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Kentucky. 20-4- vbssr M" THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. SUFFERED TO IUILD ROADS BY CONTRACT 23 t YEARS Important Provisions of New Law Passed By Legislature CtmtMrt Svfftrtr Frm Chrwt- - I iiilor nn net passed by the Ken tucky legislating nil rumlt nio to bo It Catarrh IMtovrt by limit niid repaned l coiitinct. lhe llourlunJ, Bon Haba, Texas, Let Us Get Better Acquainted. We sell everything from a paper of needles to a handsome Parlor Suite. e departments each one of which is a comHave plete store in itself. We will not only sell you for less money than you have been paying, hut we will also forty-thre- Mistaken Diagnosis Doctors Guess Wronq Again. About fivo J cars ago I wrote to you that I had been n terrible suf-- i fcrer from kiilney and Madder troubles, and thnt my physician informed me thnt my left kidney was in such condition that there was no hope for my recovery. I was advised to try as n last resort j our Svvnmp-Roand after taking four fifty-cebottles, I passed a gravel stone which weighed ten grains. I afterwards forwarded you this gravel stone, have had no return of any trou ble sinrc that time and cannot say too much in faor of your wonderful Swamp-Hoo- t, preparation, which cures, after physicians fail. Very tiuly jours, I'oscboro, N. C. Route 3, Dot 30. Personally appeared before me this 31st dav of July, 1909 P. HORXE, who subscribed the nboe statement mid made oath that the same is true in Mjbstancc and in fact. JAMES M. HALL, Notary Public. -- r Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binqhamton. N. Y. ot nt s 0 Helinblo am. j. ii. Ptrwia. wrttea: "For I was a con slant sufferer from chronic I I catarrh. a had I VHBl jMbjL tinual dropping of mucus Into my throat, which caused severe nils cry ami burn- Ing In the (op of my head. There was almost a con- 9 frequent ex-- p BiiiiaiiH c c to ration, ily entire sys- tem gradually liocamo I- nvolved, and my condition Mrs. J, H. Bourland. urew worse. I had an Incessant cough and frequent attacks ot bilious colic, from which It eeeined I could not mover. My bowels also became affected, causing alarming nltacki of hemorrhages. I tried many remedies, which gao only temporary relief or no relief at all. I at last tried 1'cruna, and In three days I was re- ' " mo i'nwi uciuiifiUiuuitM :i .uslnrflveboniesl was entirely cured r .... -- i. ,1 ..n i iipit unn ve, i mutt viicvumi I 1'cruna to any one similarly afflicted." TOPSY BOY. Shetland stallion foaled May 10th, 1010. Ilhick', wmIi white on shoulders, white out quarters, white legs, large white star m forehead, imitation white baddle on hack. Sired by Givetis pony, he by Hundley's Blue Kve, -t iIimii D'ly a very fine pouv, that could dot in tin co minutes and fine ns u thoroughbred. Topsy can trot fast, pace, running walk and high step- - I showed him ut Lancaster fair nt 2 2 months of nee, in sweepstake rirnr against alieged ponies und he took the piemiuin. I refused $200 for him three tunc before he was four mouths old. tt.il make the sason of 1P12 nt ray place in Crab Orchard, Ky., 300 ards from po- -t office on Dripping Spring-- , load nt ?10 to insure a liv-p- g colt. 11-- goes 'the furthest, Towanl making life worth while, ZEM0 FOR YOUR SKIN That costs the least mid does the most, Is lust a pleasant smile. Eczema, Pimples, Rash and all Skin Afflictions Quickly Healed Thnt loves its fellow men; The Miiile that bubbles from n heart. No matter what the trouble, Will drive n way the clouds of gloom i ha fing pimples salt rheum, And coax the sun nzain. Zemo instantly stops irritation. The quick. Siuk3 It's full of worth and wisdom too. cure comes trace. Zemo is alight in, luaving no vanishWilli mniilv kindness blent, ing liquid. Your bkin fuirlv levels It's worth n million dollars. with delight the moment Zemo is And it doesn't cost n cent. applied. Greatest thing oil earth for d.iii.lrutt. Marksbury. The wonderful way in which rashes, pimples, dandruff, tetHobeit Speaks bought u work for ter quickly heals by the magic touch luilse from Puce Itnltrile it alo one from (leorge Huff- ot Zemo is marvelous. Zemo is sold by leading diuggists evciywhere, man pa villi: snine price for it. of William and in htaufoi.l by (J. L. Penny, the Iver l'ov liter bmight lllmiks u small liuudi ot hogs at diuggist. 0 'J cents. Junction Citv Mi. D.ive S.in.leis. of Hedgeville, At the Catholic chinch in this city iclativcs in this was W. G. DUNN. on Moiidaj Sunil.iv. moiuiug. Rev. 1'ather CRAB ORCHARD. KENTUCKY. .Miss Johauiiali Mr Villa Speak- - of Highland, has Leo otticiuting, set his saw null not far lrom heie Weissmger, daughter of Mr. mid MASONS' MEETING ami will soon be icaily to begin work Mis. Peter Weissinei, ot the New A SMILE FROM ILLINOIS Lincoln Lodge No. CO, P. &. A. M., The icmauis ,f Mr. Thornton Austii.i iicighhoihuud, und .Mr. Jesse meets la UteJ communication on Kemper. who died nt Kuuus Citv, .Minor, a piounueiit joung business each lir.t mid third Monday nights R. G. Brloht Left Here 40 Years Aao Mo., was brought here for burial in ,1111111 ot this place, were mamed. g this joiur; i uuple will go to of each moatli. at 7 o'clock in their the ceiiieteiv at tlii, plme. But Still Reads the I. J. at oiae in the house belonghall ou Main btieet, Stanford, Ky., The Ladies' Working Society will ing to the groom's luothci. One Members of sinter lodges fraternally Mi's. Kugeiua Kemper uejf hour later, meet Renewing his In the Tliiu-d.i- vwith nt "J o'clock. at the s.uuL. chinch, the invited to he present. II. C. Car- I. .1 for miothci vem. Mi. It. .1. Miss s.ime minister olticiatiug. penter, Secretary. Itev. Mahan went to Kimwille. .M.uj Ituika, daughter ot .Mr. and Uright. of Not mal. III., vvntes these join his wife where they Mrs. Jostph ltuiku, nt this titj, wa npi'reciatcd winds. "I take the In- - Tf nil., to leniain u sh.ut time lielore ie- - mm l ml to John Claikstoii, ut the l i"1"1' Ji"UI1"1 tot Hi,, local and per-'"- '" AGIPjCMAN ES tAlH lOCAlll Y Mm,,i ,.. fI(m the land of luinin--- ' home, WANIID l Rolling I'uik vicuutj. .Mr. and Mis. lu.s To Join this Society. Sick, accident. v An effmt l being made at this Claikstoii will go ut oiici! to a faun I'.verv tune I get the, luMhoi.il Uath henellm. And Introduce our .) ,nx thoughts g, b.n-to nhliplnte to give the eemetciv a tliot- - the giuoiu has lintcil liom his lather. All or (.pare time. $V) Memlershlp s.,in,d ami mv l..v scl I .lavs iuh .hailing this s, ,..'. Tho-- e The iliuich was coiiifuittib!.) tilled to JWO n month Hverj- - Meml.cr xo .,,,.1 ,x,ect memories eiowd mv .living at a distance who have an vnth tiieu.ls ami lclutivcs ot the , (s , lUlk n,u. lu111,., d.,vs ', .. ,., the gi.iv.-- here and cauni.t panics. Elf .vou n Meidy monthly In H lite ome lAperlenenot ,, M, ft TCcfu kv f..f , ome to superinteii.l pail of the woik Mis. Tlionuu 11. Cosby, who was ( ovlagton. Uv , for Plan- - Itoi .11 , n the d.i' app anted me iequetc.l conl mod to hci bed bv illness most xemhei and Imw of last winter, is now able to sit up some, for whn.li sign of letuining health her iiieuds sue piotoundlv grateful. Maishall MiC.dlum, who has been weighing mail on (the ('. N. 0. iY T. P. Rv ioi nunc than two mouths, has never missed u d.ij' fuuu his wmk. His manv tiicuds m this woiul-rfu- l have been making biicli von-ditfWho-- e Root & Heib inedi.-iiiepl.ue aie pioud of the iciord this populni voiiug man is making. tines for j ears past in Kentucky, extends gieetings to the leaders otTlie Interior Journal, through the comtesy & bp'eudid rates offerDi. .1 R. Mu-lu plop. mug to have u public garage elected on his ed by its editor. The- name of my gient universal icmedy, is lot adiouiiiig the Cuuilieilaii.l GluCOM--CEL-SA- R. tei v I ompanv building. The si?e of the new garage vnlbjju-- KSv.lli and will contain eveivlluiy necdul bv an composed of 10 Roots A: Herbs. It i tin ideal spring & fall tonic, stom-iii.1- i. is a body & nulomobilist, besides having a man livoi, kidney, bladder & blood semedy. ii chaige to do icpaiiiug. ueive builder of gient inwit & should be Used both spitng i full for imttitig the blood v geneiul system in fine condition to meet the neces-sm- y BIG SEASON EXPECTED is sold at nil thanges taking place at those seasons. , AT ELIXIR SPRNGS. tit tip -- tores, tho' some titm-sjmi find a dmirgist who for borne lcnson A big season is- expect. .1 at Klixtr will not handle my lemedies. In that case, I will, on icceipt of the price pnngs, the tamous lie.ilth lesorf in is packof LOO send it postage paid any plaeo on eaith. Casey county n few miles south of ed t backed by a legal guarantee that gets back your dollnr if McKnuiev. Manager R. M. llouchiu also for li.n tails to' do what jou buy it for. Call for made u gient ni.uiy impiove-incu- ts 's Science Sope which is made of pure vegetable oils Charlie iiuiiug the winter ami has for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for LTic & money back if .vou don't his guest. eveij1 iiccommndutiou happen to like il. lie is making n tale of .sS.."0 and Mv veins of experience as a cowboy & among the Indians, give ?10 a week, which is cons'ulei.'-- l would like to send every veiv leasounhle when the jhainefu' & knowledge of the value of Roots & lleibs us medicines, & me u peculiar fitness of the water, and qunlitv of leadei of this paper tt any friends of joins, n copy of tho gieatest book of its kind ev'er published, entitlJrnnv is coiisideie.l. Cowboy Herbalist". It is filled wilh btnrtling facts obtainable no place vUe, Sc costs you nothing ed, "The fiom here will .spend much of say bo & I will mnil you one for 1912, lithographed in five but n mist caid. & if vou want a fine tnlendni, health theie iu se.uih colois, n fine likeness of mjself, cntitled"Ready for the round.up". and lest. given remuvo m nouis t iutus us iiicuiciucs. vyuwuniu All letters cheeifullv nnswereii, inioininiion C, 0, or Protestant, Read Your Bible Hzokial 17:12. Iclesiastes 30: 14, 15. 10, 17 also Chapter 38; 4, Write Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revclntions 22:2 Psnlm 103:14. 15 ' St Paul to the Romans, 14:2. -- B. D. CARTE- R,'.L. .irt, than rnn.l tlwin. The Hible says "Physician Heal Thyself" & so, if modem doctors with & ,i New Livery, O .......,rt. x nth.r unisons can't heal Ihemselves, what chances have You to bo cured! Depot Street, long, clean, healthy & successful life. Yours for a 'Phone 96 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOSTANFORD, KENTUCKY If you write for information, book or caleudar.address Dept. 7. pio-c-eu- l,. ec-zia, tl-com-muui- tv -house-ktcpiusuh-cnpti- I tor is of gieut impoi tnnro to nil petsuus interested in the public limit wnjs mid for tills 1WSOII Wo publish the following iiiipotttint provisions of tlit lift. The law (joes itfto effect tail In June. "In counties wherein ronds nrc worked hy ttiMition, it -- Inill he the iln'y of llie supervisor, or if theic is hi BitpeiUHor, 'the eoiint jmlto, to udwrtcc for liftecn ilnn in siiei in come newspaper of general ami b i ireiihitiuii in the iinmU, up Mltten or printed notices io-te- il plate- in three or mole of r.i.li otiin; phiee in Mini (ountj put preceding the icguhir moiilhi.v turn t in April uniting of the court in eiuh jear, that lhf will leeeixe bids to let out to Uit lowest ami liest bidder (who tdull kie hon.l with suiet apprised bysaid tottit) the uoiking ami keeptii" in nnair of all io.nl-- . in said ( i limit j for a time not less than one, cnr, not how- I tir more than four ever, uielililliisr in Mich Iittli.!.', toads previously iinitraeted for. The pJtil in work shall he ilonc us bonds of contractu! s, ihe fiscal enurt reserving the right to inmnl an) and all e.intraelt iniule with contrac tors when the temis of the contracts aie not coinplieil with. The fiscal foiiit hlmll also let out at such times neeileil ami on reasonable (piinteil or written) notice, the building und ., , , u ... repairing oi mi muwi ...... us nre not emnrnceil 111 the rultertloillmits fjr working roads. It fhall be 'the duty of the super- Msor to report in writing to tue jinlge of the count all lnilures ot roulractors to comply with their (imtrai't in regnrd to roads i biidges, and to niH'.ir and in all proceedings against Mich delinquents so reported hy bun. The supervisor, with the eonent of the county judse, mny designate roads, or parts of loads that are not to be let out as heieinWfore required, hut winch aie to be worked and kept in rTsir, crthcr by special contracts priMitelv made, or liv hands and teams lured bv him, or bv delinquent la paver-- , or by jwrsoiw si'iitemed to hihor, or h., bv law ma lie liable to work out fine, imposed by pines or mints. Itut it shall be the dllt) ot the supeiMsnr to tetllltl to the eiiiiiitv couit, as its No ember turm in each ear, n description ht of such roads which shnll be record-i- d book, ami also to in tin, i i report ill WTitiUi; all hands iiml t mils lined und iiiiioiim'Is paid for ot time and s.ime. ami the leiiL-tl- i where cuiphcit: .mil aNo a similar icpoit ot the names of the delinquents who wmk, the places where, mid the leii'.'lh of lime and names of persons working nut fines or sentences on the road. People's Stock Remedy Guaranteed healthier to keep your Stock in a and better condition. O O POULTRY COLUMN IlreedcM of Pure Ilrcd Poultry Card of Five Lines $1 urn fflr kkkkkkkkkkkVklt People's Poultry Remedy Guaranteed the BEST Egg Producer and Disease Preventative. Every pack- ei-hi- Rebate Your Railroad Fares that is, wc will rebate five (5) per cent, of your total p age of the above Remedies sold on a Personal Guarantee, backed by pur- Ii-i- fi-c- nl j i . railroad fare. chases up to the amount of your round-triIf efficient service and a saving of Wc want your business. dollars and cents nrc of any concern to you, then we ought to have it. We have been in the dry goods business for the past GO years and our reputation binds every trade transaction whether it be for rc or$,000 worth. George H.Farris Stanford, Ky. nMSP ti?l- S. C. Crystal White Leghorns 1'rom d bens with of over 'JOU euas a vtur. Tho Mi nin that lav is the strain that a s. Eulm from Xo. 1 nens $2.50 ner ITi esn:. other Den's $1.50 ner l.'i S7.00 ner 100. Get in the lavius . trun-nestcds .T.4K'i2 iv '''i'' oCO. e!aa. ini-on- hod j I jjtycoN a son -- ONE 48WfTlAT wr 1KUr OF BOURBON I.fwl? HnT Ordir fod-ivA. C. Alford. Stanford. Kv. Asrent for Tulntie nietibatoiM cnar-nnte- ed houso and sen tsamnle. not to overheat. Call at "iNrnDDriD7TPr"""HBlBB LOUISVILLE, KY. I" t ' flm-- Ill t-- !, llirouch alll since. these ears my low for the irood peo pie of dear old Kentucky lias newr IIIiihiios been n resident of McLean county . . .. -, er 'The thing that tint 1'.'5 Hen King o!.l Tom Hails fleet cs of wool at tents u pound. W. C. Hose was in Cinciuuuti for II feW ll.lVi. Miss Mary Rankin has been at Hedgeville visiting lelntiws. -'1 " contribution to Miss Mary Prove What Swamp Root Will Do For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also Tcccive a booklet of valuable information, telling nil about the kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure to mention the Stanford .Interior Journal. Regular fifty-ceand one dollar size bottle for sale at nil drug stores. Iling-hamto- n, Semi-Weekly nt I POULTRY CURE flU'JeCTtfcli gtwiax down the thront of chicken, deitroyt the wormt the chick's life and satei r , A few drop? In the drinking-watecure and i S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. The hnini.' nliniu that fills the esir basket in zero weather: earlv uiatnrine biz boned fners. Settinir ecL'. bouo. delierv. $1 oer 15: liiti)iii- ecirs .1.50 tier 15. Mrs. A. C. Alford. Stanford. Kv. - INDIAN Esrs for or t3 for PREVENTS DISEASE BOURBON POULTRY Far the treatment of White Diarrhoea In chlcki and Blackhead and Other dlteaiet In turkey CURE HAS NO EQUAL nronint attention. Wolford N Lov-I- I. It. P. D. No. 1 Box SO. Stanford Kv. BUFF ORPINGTONS I nm cpttimr 21 dozen ceres a week from 80. hens. Settinir of 15 for $1. C. C. Withers. It. P. D. No. 2. Stan103-- RUNNER DUCKS nle 1 ner settinir of 12 45. All orders receive One 90c bottle makes 12aallonaof medicine. HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. Veterinarian. Pormer Director Animal Industry Lincoln Ciicuit Court ExVeter- I'hillipine Islands. VC i iiml other- -, Plaintiffs inarian U. S. Army v, L. A. Pcttiis and otheis, Defen- Office Logan's Stable, Phone 432, dants. Agent American Hor Cholera Serum. Pursuant to a judgment of sole Dani!le, Ky. tntered in the above styled court and ease, the undersigned Mnstet Commissioner will nt about 2 o'clcok COMMISSIONER'S SALE. l.-tt.- Lost. Brass tap off automobile ale; reward for return to this of33-- 2 fice. Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard, Ky. ford. Kv. Phone on Monday. May 13. 1912 being count j' couit dav offer for sale at public outcry to the highest i' ml best bidder, before the cotnt house door in Stunford Kv. the following desciihe.l house and lot of land ill the town of Crab Oichaid Kj, silu-nte- d Hounded on Stunford. Street. by the lands of John Riddle on the Hnst; A. Davis on the North; on the Wst bv G. H. Lvne and ou the south by Stanfoid stieet. Tlii is sold to satisfy a lien in favor of W. Pettus for the su.n of t2S)7.73 with (i ier cent interest tiro-peit- .v Almont Dare A. S. II. R. 3328 t. theieoii froiii March old 1!)0.' ii..:d o.iid und for the fuit'ier purpoi of dividing the tuocecd? ntnong liens entitled theitto. nfte. the ).ivinent of said debt and the costs of tin retina. t'M.l snle will be made on n i of 0 mouths, and the puichnser will lin-il- ei cccuate bond with .iili'.vc.l pcison.il sVi nV lii the luiciiise iiiie, pavibl' to the be lequirc.l to V ,nx s -- Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. s signed Coiiimisioner, and hcni-ii.iuteii-s- t nt the r.U nt u per per nullum fiom date of sale, n- -l on the ni.il u lien will be tli- - li.ivmeut ot (i.ipeitv to see-itsaid bonds and same shall have the fop-and effect of a judgment. Witness iiiv hand this April 23. 1!12 E. D. Penninqton, M. C. L. C. C. 34-- 3 e rs. KING EAGLE, JR. Pedigree. Sired lv S. T. Harris,' Kius Kayle, id. (i, A. S. II. It., No. -'-.MO, he by Itojnl Kjiij; 2555, he by On Time, 745, he by btoncuull Jack-so- u 72, Kowil lung's 1st dum Mollie Moiiutz -- obi, he a the noted hue P. S. King EaluV .t dam 1 lip, 3570, she by L'ulo Hud 1014, be by Old King Eagle 750, 2d dam lied Lion, 3id (lain by llamV Ueuuiiiik, he by sillier Penuiuik 45; 4th dnm by Jiu Hell, Ihoioiulibred. Kintr Eayle, 1st .dam wti Mollio Dientiou, bhL bv Old Urennon, 2d dam Coppeibotlom, and urns buek to D.ixy Ctockett. Note. King Eagle, Jr., is 7 years old dink bnv with one u lute hind toot, nice inane and tail, stands full 17 hands high, weigh 1,000 pounds and well piopoitioned eery way. A cniiibiut-otnllion with plenty of Ciibbell't. l-- ul c Sired by Dignity Dare 1092, he by Chester Date 10, be by Black Squirrel 58, he by King William 97. 1st dam Toxuway 4t53, albo regis -teied iu Vol. 10, A. S. II. It. She by Abdullah Mambriuo 3715, be by Al mont 33, 2nd dam Lady Davis by Crit Dais, by Bautbon Chief; 3rd dam Mattie S., by Poieign Light, by Foreigner, by Impoitcd Glenco; 4th dam Bettie C. by Cunningham's Coppeibottom. Note. Almont Dare is n show hoise under saddle, in harness and by halter. A breeder second to none his eolts from grade mates bringing fiom $300 at weanlings to $500 nnd $1,000 nt 3 to 4 j ears: $000 was for his dam at 2 jears old nnd $400 for his 2nd d.im when horses weie cheap. His 3ul dam could rack as fast ns a good horse could run under whip and spur. He is a prot-- tj bay 1G hands nnd weighs mound 1200 pounds. Goes 0 distinct gaits all good and fast. One full brother sold for $3,00U and another reported sold for $1,500 and on0 sister, Tov DnrB offeied $1,500 for. Pretty good bieediuir don't yon think? Season 1912 nt my btnble 2 2 miles from llustonville on Libeity pike nt $15 to insuie lhe eolt. Money duo when colt is foaled, tnnro parted with or hied elsewhere. Grass at 2 per month nnd all stock will hae my pergonal attention but will not Corbe responsible for accidents. respondence and inspection invited. S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. of-fei- ed 1-- Lavers-Pavcrs-S.- C. Buff Oroinotons ner 50: Indian Runl.iv the narl nhite $3.50 ner 50. (i ner cunn. from the Bluu F Oil. I.ibbon winners iirv Mnke vntir stint uitli llu. Uast lilrk.1 Alwnvs elad to show mv birds to Mrs. Sam Emiinv one interested. ory. Jr.Stanfoid. Kentucky. CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS The bis winter la vers. Prom $30.00 mating: esrys floaa', 1st en J fiom 2nd neu s.50 uer 15. S. C. Rhnrte Islnnri RpHc Tmn. kins btrnin. Ems 51.50 ner 15. $2 per 15: 15 ner Ducks that esss $L ner 13: 100. Mv stock .. Indian Runner Ducks ti.nt white ner 13 e's. I Ii.ie snnieil neitlinr itu.ntic unr ii,i. in soleetinir this atoek. Thev are from mie winniii!.' and heavv Jainir A. C. Hill. Stanford. Kv.. R. P. D. 1 iv WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. $1.00 for 15. also Indian Runuer Duck ems $1 for 12. Mrs. L. P. Nunneliev. Lancaster. Kv.. It. 11. N' 2. phone Stanfoid Exchange 103 A. S. C. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS. The best winter lavers. Our hens laid 1.100 esus in Pebtuarv. Mrs. R. L. Berry. llu,tonille. Phone WHITE PEKIN DUCKS $1 Per Settina. Moraan S. Bauahman Jr.. Phone 41 Stanfoid. Kv. 7-- E. R. C. RHODE Ei'Ub Mrs. PllQIle W. 10S-- ISLAND REDS. for 15. P. Loaan. It. D. No. 4. 1 Leinjjtoii, S. C. BROWN Can sunnlv 210 3 dab: 75 cents 100. Mrs. J. M. INDIAN x LEGHORNS vsa incubator in net 15 or $5 ner Cress. R. D. 4. Stanfoid Phono 3SO-- 0 Lancaster RUNNER DUCKS Com-Ce-S- ar I Com-CcpS- ar Jr'. Pawn and white. Heaw laers. white ews 75 tents for 15. Mrs. Robert Nunneliev. stanfoid. Kv.. II. D. No. 1. Phone Ihistonnlle. 5-- K Com-Ccl-S- ar Com-Ccl-S- ar J. Com-Ccl-S- Stanfoid. WHITE CHINESE GEESE (i for l. Thos. Hacklev. Jr.. it. D. No. 2. - Kv. . White-Moon- fr FINE BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK .iccdiii-modatioi- is 0 0 0 entiilo-'iie- . The Barred Rock hlinw that ho is a splendid breeder I bought one of the red jacks fiom fur He will mako the of 1012 at J. K. Haugbman that has mudo a rarm. McKinnev. Kv. my bain, one mile West of AVnynes-Inu- jr leeotd for himself. Will stand bin' A GREAT POULTRY REMEDY" on Pishing deck at $10 to at mv place at $12.50 to insure. Geoige II. Pnni- - has taken the n Hung eolt. TWO SHETLAND PONIES ngeuey in Stanfoid for the great Mares tiaded, parted with or bred Enrique, a white und black btul-lio- u People's Poultry Remedy and Peoelseivheie without my consent forof gieat beaut v nnd stvlo; tonl-e- d ple's Stock Remedy. These ate said feits the insurance, and the money 1009 by L. C. Price's tho Major to give complete satisfaction wherev31-t- f. becomes due nt sueh tinnsaction. of Penmokett 0921, dam Lady Grav er d. btl( and netion, Iin eolts fue $2.00 with vour for 15: EGGS S2.00 poultry book int iuler. Send 0 N, Caie taken to prevent accidents but C940. not responsible blmuM any occur. When jou want a bond of any Jesse is known by eterybody. Phone iu Res. Waynesburg, Ei. Like the jack lie has mado hU own kind see Pish & Bromley. Tktr C. G. CALDWELL & SON. represent the American Surety Ct reputation. R. F. D. No. 4. Waynesburg, Ky. M. S. IAUGHMAN.- - Stanford. Ky. largest iu tue world. , ' . u. ,l hjii THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STAMFORD, KENTUCKY. The Interior journal Established 117! M. HILTON SAUPLEY,...PubtUhr Everything in Ladies' Summer Underwear From 7 Vests to Munsing Union Suits at 50c snd SEVERANCE & SON l-- 2c II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCI Class Clothes $1 Batarad at tna rtntoffice at eons claw mall. u POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The announcements in this column are of candidates for office, subject Wholly Undeserved, But Appreciated The pnt.t month has been n very busy one for the produce firm of A. L. (lott. During April Mr. (lott shipped eleven of ej.'k'S n total 3f 3.I109 cum, containing 1)9,207 dozen ej.'g, for which he received tlt,5n.r).(IO. He nU shipped five ears of live poultry, a total of 'J''- 500 head, which paid him the neat sum of $10,000. makinir a total for epgs and poultry for the month of April J'JO.OOS.O Richmond (J3i- nini. car-Ion- to the action of the democratic pri mary: For Conqress COL. J. I. CIIIXN, OF MERCER. J. A. SULLIVAN, OF MADISON OF BOYLE. LINCOLN. For Commonwealth's Attorney 1 5 EMMETT W PURYEAJL (Louisville Herald) Shclton Snuflcy, who nspiroe to represent Lincoln County in the t phould not next al experience much trouble in corral Live Democrats, like lini: vote. Shelton, Usually get nnjthini; they (It-ne- course you can buy Clothes anywhere, but you cannot buy Clothes with the class to them like the ones we show. OF S. BURCII, Or For Sheriff. MUlt. Adlers Collegian Styles in price $15 to $35, are garments you seldom see outside the immense city shops. We are giving you M. S. BAUGIIMAJJ. " aSuanM Clothing! Clothing! Prices lowest ever. Men's and Young Men's New Spring Suits in all colors and weights, $5 to $30. You will be convinced if you stop and look. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. New Goods Long Kid Gloves, 16 buttons; in white, tan and black. All colors in long white gloves. Beautiful line of parasols, all colors and prices. Cotton corduroy, all colors. Striped batiste, Cotton voiles, Satin striped, Hosiery galore, Etc. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. Moving Pictures of the SPRING SUITING (Cadiz Record.) Editor Saufley, of the Interior Journal of Stanford, is n. candidate My new spring and summer sam-pie- s to represent lii county in the next are now ready for your inspecLeeixl.iturc. The many thou-an- d tion. They comprise the best on Democrat:? over the !tute who enof the market. I joy the acquaintance of Sheltou price who had can suit anyone as to W. A. CARSON bis clothes mad to Saufley hope to him elrcted. order. A suit made to your measure For Assessor Mr. Shclton 31. Saufley, editor of is preferable to ready mnde clothes. P. L. BECK. lie Interior Journal, wn in this city To hare them mnde to measure S. M. OWENS, Monday mingling with hi- - many doesn't cost any more than ready R. H. BRONAUGH Inends. If the cood people of Boyle made when quality nnd fit is conFor Magistrate county could vote for him in hi- - race sidered. Come in and let me take J. T. ROBERTS for the Legislature in Lincoln, he your measure. WILLIAM FIELDS certainly would reeene a hnmNome H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor majority as he is very popular here J. D. EADS, and all know that he would mnke a creditable representative. Danville See Us Before Buying The truest that could Advocate. Your Spring Goods pos&ibly be drnwn of Henry Watter-so(Lancaster Record.) editor of the Louisville Courier- Have nice Selection of DrugMr. Shclton Saufley, Editor of Journal, is painted by J. C. gets, Mattings, Carpets, the Interior Journal, bus announcW. Beckham in a public card to the Lace Curtains, etc. The ed that he will be a candidate beCorrect Styles in Millinery. democrats of Kentucky, the major fore the people of Lincoln county Come and see our Stock and portion of which we reproduce in at the primary election in August be convinced. other column- -. Watterson replies in 1013 for the nomnntion for the his paper by calling Beckham "a Legislature, subject to the action vf 6. & MITT, bWUKUT diseased liar," nnd his coTd "the the democracy. While it would be a blow to journalism to lose brother fulmination of a coarse blackguard Saufley from its ranks, yet if he and illiterate blatherskite," nnd be- would mnke one half ns pood a lawcause Gov. Beckham espresc him- maker as he does an editor, the cood self as favoring Woodrow Wilson people of Lincoln county would do well to irive him not only the nomi'the presidential for nomination, nation, but the election. him "a Kentucky WntteTson denotes crook in partnership with a New (Somerset Journal.) Jersev crook." Our cood friend. Shelton M. Sauf ley, of the Stnnford Interior Journal I And all this, too, after Watter-'o- n I has subjetced Beckham to the most has announced his candidncy for the IJeniocrntic nomination lor virulent, venomous, lying and defrom Lincoln county to praved attacks in the past sexeral the next session of the General Asweeks that a private citizen ever sembly of Kentucky. We predict that "Shelt" will have no opposition had to take from n demagogue who happened to have a for the nomination and that he will beat the Muffin' out of any Rcpubli THERE IS REAL PAINT newspaper nt his control through pnn wh. innv li unllinc tn )io nt'fur. which to spew his baleful bile upon L,i np , n sacrifice lamb. "Shelt" and also some stuff mixed with the objects of his is a bpienuiu newspaper man, a uorn materials that is not What a sight! What a spectacle! right man in the right place; and .thy of the nnme. If you have that he will grace the halls of the To what further depths of infamy tnte capitol and do hour to Lincoln had experience with the latter kind will this miserable old man descend? hustler, possesses plenty of ability, yon don't want another. If you God save the democratic party of is a genteel, feuave, courteous and haven't take our advice nnd don't Kentucky if he and his minions are concenial gentleman, and without experiment. Buy our renl paints to control the state convention on appearing to be nosing into the and sae jnursclf ,'disappdintment of our sister county on the and money as well. Mny 27th. XVmh, we would suggest to the Dem. Stanford. Kv. ocrncy of that county that he is the J. A. ALLEN. county goes without saying. pen-pictu- re n, Ex-Go- v. For County Judae. T. A. RICE, M. F. NORTH, For Circuit Clerk J. D. WEAREN J. F. HOLDAM For Jailer. PEYTON FARRISIL GEORGE DEBORDE DINK FAItMER WILLIAM II. HESTER (Todd County Prepress) Shclton M. Snuflev. the hrilliitit nnd lovable editor of the Stanford Interior Journal is n candidate for Blue Grass League the legislature from Lincoln county. Thursday's eiimes Richmond fl. He should be nominated by accla Frnnkfwt 4; Miiysvsllc S, Lexington mation and our money coes on i; i; tf. ineueier I'nns today an opportunity to buy better, higher-clas- s merchandise than ever before in Stanford. The Very Popular Tans The stylish greys and blue serges that never change and ready every day in the year, $15 to $35 the suit. Try one on if it does not fit you, ever-dress- y, don't buy it. oooooooooooo0000001 3K& Er SI H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Mr. W. H. HIGGINS. Hepre-sentati- NifKWwflaW' : 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 nf-fni- rs SUFFERED Chappell's Gap. EVERYTHING For Fourteen Years. Restored To Health by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. fter Elgin, fourteen years of suffering everything from female com plaints, I am at last restored to health. "I employed the IU.-"A- Titanic Wreck (Not Slides) at the Gem Theatre, May 8, Price to all, 10c. only IE. Men's Wear CARE of Your Spring needs in Hats, Caps, Shirts and Neckwear. We offer not only the Largest Assortment in Clothing and Shoes, but are ready to take good W. E. PERKINS MMPWMMMaMMW Crab Orchard, Ky. I went to the hospital for treatPHONE 153. ment and was told there was no help for me. But while tak- M0NEYBACK DANDRUFF CURE. 's ing Lydia E. Vegetable G. L. Penny Guarantees Parisian TUDOR, Compound I began Sage for Dandruff and Falling to improve and I Hair. continued its use until I was made well." Mrs. Henry Leiseberg,743 Adams St Think of it, dear Teadcr, if SAGE isn't the most invigor Kearneysvllle, W. Va.-- "I feel it my duty to write and say what Lydia E. ating and pleasant hair dressing you Pinkham's Vegetable Compound haa ever used money back. done for me. I suffered from female If it doesn't banish dandruff, stop weakness and at times felt so miserable hair from falling and do own); with I could hardly endure being on my feet scalp itch money back. 50 cents "After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's nt 0. L. Penny's and druggists evVegetable Compound and following your erywhere. special directions, my trouble is gone. ns" a hair "PAIMSIAN SAGE Words fail to express my thankfulness. grower nnd scalp cleaner is nil I recommend your medicine to all my right," Mrs. Dora M. Daniels, Wil- friends." Mrs. G. B. Whittincton. Iinm-on- , . Vn. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER The above are only two of the thou"J'AWSIAN SAGE cured me of sands of grateful letters which are con- terrible itching of the scalp." Mrs. STANFORD KENTUCKY. stantly being received by the I'inkham C. 1'. Pope, Oxford, Aln. Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. Medicine Company of Lynn,Mas.,wh!ch show clearly what great things Lydia E. Fish nnd Bromley off-- r you the L Pinkham's Vegetable Compound does N. TI7HE for those who suffer from woman's ilk, best in life, health, nccident, fire, No.H, HoDtb,llsIr. u. livestock, lightning, windstorm, No. ai, Houth, 10143 A u. If tou want SDeclal adit writ a a burglary, plate glass, teams liabili No.l,Xortb,4iOA. m. Lydia E. wI'lukham Xedlciue Co. (coiiB- . Wo.W. Norttl.tMV r. M. .i.Tn.iv m... v Thiv wntn No.JT, 10:Wa.m. J uruuau y: " iuur jeiier will I tv. tiile htv. elr. Compare"", nil kinili No.U.tstOP. M. be opeBri read aiid aBvwered by a of insurance. their and fctM U strict couMdeaee. panies with others. MCI, Afcrent. JOt. even Pink-ham- best doctors and Mrs. Arch Aiiderson'b family are all able to be out a l.hu. a We .are gelling awfully tired of wuiting for the wedding bells to ling. Mr. A. Noakes' family arc able to be out again. Mrs. Will McKinney nnd little son, are tie guests, of her futher. The Farmers' Union are heuring fine speaking around here. Miss is staying with her gi andindwicT, Mrs. Kate Dishon, who is very sick. The little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. I). Middleton is quite sick. Miss Jlattie Foglo attended th Farmers' Union last night. The Highest Market Price will be paid for all kinds of Produce, Hides and Furs. See us before you sell, get price in country or delivered. 9 Cood Points (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) STANFORD. KENTUCKY CORNER NEXT TO COURT LINCOLN HONOR COUNTY ROLL BANK Mnncr NATIONAL BANK DEPOSITORY. $100,000.00 100,000 00 200.000 00 500.000 00 H. B. Northcott T.K. Mp. PAIl-ISIA- N J. C, McClary POSTAL SAVINGS CAP,TAL SURPLUS DEPOSITS TOTAL L RESOURCES First National Bank STANFORD, KY. Capital $50000; Surplus $25,000 Small AooajiiMts Solicited and Raoalvml. Thev make up the larger amounts of our deposits. OUR SMALLEST DEPOSITORS RECEIVE THE SAME AND COURTEOUS ATTENTION AS THE CARE-FU- L THBLE uiiiii, com-wea- t. LARGEST. THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. . Dr. II. llnmscy is visitiw: Iim BRONCHITIS Mr. Hurdette Itatnsev ut Paint Lick. Miss Matnic Wade, of Corlnn, is To Whom It Miy Concern visiting friends in this county. waa Dluevale, Mrs. A. D. Parsons, who 1ms been alck tor twoOnt, May 4, 1910 "I bronyears with chronic sick is improving nicely. conchitis and a consequent Miss Sallio It'Jidctto liiis been dition. I received no benefit from docdays. sick for several tors or from a trip which I took for Mr. It. L. Ilupley, will nttend the my health, and I hnd to kIvo up work. dance in Daiicillc tonight. Vlnol was recommended, and from tho Messrs. J. W. and II. C. HniiKh-niii- ii second bottlo I commenced to Iminado n Hying trip to Oweiu-bor- o prove. I gained In weight nnd atrength, last week. my bronchial trouble, disappeared, and Mrs. W. P. Kincnid speirt Thtirs-dn- v I am at work again. in Lebanon with relatives. It Is tho combined action of tho Mrs. J. W. Aeey is visiting her curntlvo elements of tho cods' llverp, pnients, Mr. and Mis. Hughes in aided by tho and atrensth-creatlnproperties of tonic Lancaster. Mei-ho- n, came up from Iron contained In Vlnol which makes Dr. .lames Lebanon Junction Thurday for a It no successful In curing bronchitis. Vlnol Is a constitutional remedy for short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Wesley and chronic coughs, colds, bronchitis and little son, Sherwood of Liberty were pulmonary troubles not a palllatlvo like cough syrups. here shopping first of the week. Try Vlnol. If yon don't think l Mrs. W. W. Wade, of Corbin. came down Sunday to spend n while with helps you, we will return your money G. L. Penny, otanford, Ky. friends and" relntives in the East run-dowblood-mnkln- Seuthern Railway. ROYAL TfcjyJLAV BAKING POWDE Absolutely Pure At Pnular excursion May 5th Sun day between Louisville, Lexington, Danville, Georgetown, LawTcnccburg Harrodsburg, Shclbyvillc nnd Versailles and intermediate stations in each direction, $1.50 between Lexington, Dnnvillo Georgetown nnd Louisville for the round-tritickets limited to return on date of sale. Proportionately low rates between intermediate stations. Consult any Southern Railway ngent or write n. C. King., CTA, . K. Todd, DPA, Lexington, Ky.. Louisville, Ky., J. C. Beam, Jr. AGPA St. Louis, Mo. p, NO TAXES on Your i o i Clothes And You Owe It To Yourself To Wear The Best. MAKES NOME MKINQ EASY Ufll Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts a. JL-- i - The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar (vif yy J L. 2gbga: Mif-eMiddlt-ton- , Fannie Iledd. and Kather-in- . (if (.'rub Orchard were Mrs. J. J. Dickey is MMting Mr. here Wednesday. Meisr-- . (lube Walters and Harry Kil. (Inibl, lit Wiiitlu'ittr. Attorney 0. I). Florence went to Tvtmlmson, of Lancaster, were hero a while Wednesday with friend'. Dnnvillc Ttiestlav n buMiictH. MMteil Mrs. MNs Hattiu Mr. Will Hiirton and Miss Helen Kdwnril Oiiks this week. u Clill. were here from Lancaster, Ilev. J. J. Dickey is attending tlie hint time Wednesday. district conference ut London. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. licrrv. of Husyv. VV. K. S!nii;ar", hiti lircn ton ville, were here a while ThursNunncl-l-,her Mter. Mrs. II. C. day. nt Winclie-te- r. Mr. Stewart Carson has returned her .Mrc. J. E. Lynn is home after a visit to bis ntcr, Mrs. r. .Mrs. J. M. Mount at ilnuKhter, I). II. Pelphry at Lancaster. W. K. (lloer went to Louisville, l. Trof. J. W. Irelnml went to early in the week to brink back n Tueihiy, to attend the Kuril car for a C'asev cotintv party. convocation. s in Mrs. M. L. Ma renin and Muses .Mr. J. C. I.nce. of Hubble : the oVtnct con- Minnie Murcuin and Eva Moser, of London Morcland were here Wednesday. vention. Messrs. Harry Jacobs, F M. Wars. S mit. OnTlnnil Sinsleton is nttcinl It. 1L Metcnlf and iiiK the MiiHTiiitemlentV convocation K. J. Tanner, Dr. Singleton, of McKinney, nt Richmond. hoars m this city Wednes Mim Mane Mahon.v. if Allen-Tillr. !;i Ky.. is heie viMtmi; her on business. Miss(.-Mav and Lena Herndon have Mrc Marv Penny. Mr. J. II. Wren hiu been in Crnb Ti'ttirned home after n it to their Orchard to fee Ilev. K. I). Nonkes, Krandfathers, Mr. J. W. Jlerndon w ho still remnins very low. .and Mr. Henry Hedyes. nt Carlisle. Mrs. Pallie Sauflev was in LexMrs. 'Adelia 'ood. went to Lnn-cntWedne-iln- v to attend the W. ington this week to hear Kubelik play. She was accompanied by. her C. T. V. convention. Ilev. J. I). I'alnieter and Mr. N. J. daughter, Mr.. 0. L. Penny. Mrs. L. L. Sanders. Mrs. R. II. Cone. tf Morcland, took the train lierc Tuedny for London. They nr.iiiiiucli, dr., and Mrs. Wallace (lover were down from Crab Oreh- vill attend the Mrs. Holion Campbell nnd little 'nrd Wednesday afternoon in Mrs. Sanders' Ford runabout. dauchter Martha I.oui-- e ,have from n visit to her mother, I Miss Ucrtha Iliirnsido has return- Her ed to her home in Lnncnster. after a Mrs. .loan Hall at Lancaster. pleatant vi- -t to the Mioses bliuars. mother canic home with her. Miss Mock'ie Sacray, of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. ". K. Shugnrs nnd Mopped olf here for a short time son, W. K. Jr.. of Stanford, have on her way to Ilnhinond, where the been viMtinj; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. vill make arrangements to open a Km her, and the Misses Sliusnrs. IIk hmond Climax. Mndio. SOCIAL and PERSONAL 0ley Mr. nnd Mr. John Carter, . f the Turnersville section, are receiving their ninny of congratulations friends upon the arrival of n sweet little irirl baby in their lining. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tim W. Haydeii. are icjoicing over the nrrivnl f a finr bov, the littlo one having been named" Walter, for the happv father. Mrs. Navlor was formerly Miss Myrtle Miller. Mrs. Homer Wra.V and little daughter. Georgia, of Dnnvillc nre here todny to sec her mother, Mr. Wooilie Hale and her daughter Annette. Annette will teturn to Dan-Minnd remnin until Sundn.v. Mrs. C. W. LoncII nnd little daughcounty, nre the ter, of Lincoln guests of the former's sifter, Mrs. W. E. Dawes. Mr. J. II. Vmiliook Miss Ollic and pretty daughter. Crow Vanhook, of llurnide, were chller nt thi office this morning. Somerset Joirrnnl. le End. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Watches, jewelry etc.. for graduating presents nt Mueller's. A divorce was gTanted to Mr. Mnrgarct Cecil Embry in Circuit Court this afternoon from Mr. Jesse W. Kmbry on the grounds uf The decrees came as a compromise, the original suit having been withdrawn by mutual agreement. Mrs. Embry was given the "20 Yenrs in King Sing" the alito be shown ut the niern houe custody of the children without night, is in three (3) reels mony and Mr. Embry has the privilSaturday seeing them every two weeks. nnd is considered one of the best ege of Danville Advoente. films ever irroduccd by the American Film Co. Just leeeived Indies' oxfords, The Fulton Music Co., will have buckskins, Xubueks, tans, greys, vel vets, an epcit piano tuner in Stnnford ,Mjss(w patent and gun metal. Also in snmc, Sam Robinson. about the middle of next week. Lenve 30-- 2 orders nt !. J. office. Rosa Belle Whitley, one of the Miss Dertha West, the attractive best known ami bet liked colored daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. J. H. women in the county, died at her We- -t has hern appointed bookkeep- home in Uoneyville Iat wee:, of Company bruin feer. She was buried liv the er for the (loyert-Voglodge of which sL. was a prominent which has a large branch establishShe wns the wife of Dan member. ment nt that hustling little city. Whitley. Services nt the Prcsbyterinn Watch for the great K. of P. minchurch Sundav, Mnv ,")thLll X. M. "That Nothing 1 Lot." 7:30 P. strels at the opefa house next FriM. "Mnttl.ew, The Gospel of the day night. Don't mis Ihcw. King." It is expected that Ilev. G. W. Painter, D. D 3S eynrs a misWould you pay 10c to go through sionary in China will be with u the fnmous Sing. Sing prison? Then next week to deliver his lecture on see the realistic pictures at the opera "Conditions in the For EnM." houe Saturday night. nban-donirjepie-ture el We carry a full line of them in All-Wo- ol Suits from $12 50 to $30 Blue, Grey and Brown are popular colors, and we have stocked-u- p on a full line of them for your inspection. They fit you, they wear you, and cost you less tii than ever. y, Lnn-onste- llich-moni- hiiper-intemlen- t'" nltt-ndini- e. sn fcrnnd-uiothe- Sunday service at the Dnptist church. Preaching service at 10:43 fence W. E. Perkins Crnb A. M., 'and .7:30 P. M". Sunday 33-- 4 school 9:300 A. M. nnd It. Y. P. U. nt 0:30 P. M. .Morning subject "The FtcsIi fruits, soft drinks, iee Militnnt Church." Evening subject cieam, eggs, cigars and meals at all "The Darren Fig Tree." hours at Turner's restaurant on 30-Lnncnster street Senator It. L. Hubble, of Stanford, nnd Col. R. H. Coffey, of were KunnelleyV Candies Fresh by m town Wednesday. "Took" refusexpress, today. Penny Rexnll Store. ed to be interviewed on politics, except he wns for the man for PresiItemeuiber the recital "Enoch dent who could carry Xew York. tonight Friday .May 3tJ, 30-Liberty News. Just reecived n car-loa- d of Cummins sicklies, & Wearen 2. Scott's Emulsion Stanford, Kentucky REMEMBER THE FORD SPECIAL.AGENCY ;Fbr.the'rhnou? ". 1. increases the appetite aad builds streajtk rapidly. Its wonderful ouisluDtBt assists nature in restorinf health. Att Druggi$t$. Scott h rtownf. Bloomfitld N J IM xi-- Insure with the leading companies. Fish & Bromley represent them. All lines. For Sale or Exchnnge. My liouso and lot near Depot, Rowland, Ky., 1 eight room house plenty of water nt door good barn nnd cat houses, god repair with store in connection. I will sell this property cheap or will exchange for ft small improved farm. For information call on or write Frank Cordier, Ilowland, Ky. We are feedinq and Alcorn to our work stock. We feed no other qraln with it. and know that it Is aood. J. H. Bauqhman & Co. Oat-Equal er for Saturday and all of next week. Prices, Map SPECIALS Take Advantage of These Low The Largest Selling Brand of Shoes la the World The Tatxiot-- DiarDrana Shoes The "Fitarim" The Buamoa Mu'i Shot Tka ."S1.It" ... e Ti a A rartxruur Shoe lor rarbnilaf Woruo sT J TV 1? A Fine Shoe lor Meo SOME POPULAR UNES "Our Family" For Em Moalxt d At "SlnwTlua.ThakLawM Toft Faoatr T F flora and Cirfa The Luteal Weuu Work Sho. and Good" A Wck Shoe Trw to Nam. Mai All nude) of Good Leather. No tubttitutet for leather are "Star Brand rer naed. Shoes Are Better" tht. jprtla of tit, fimrtry other than rui to f tnt r. u.J umi! Ue Uft trw rrnrn sw pup.H-- t to It UiruraMr. liY I mil dtKWrs niiiouiirrd it a ktra Uim? aiC XAiir prfwriinl Ural rtmittt iul tj ctii.ftaritlr llttit m oirr witli ickjU trratrint. prmiuunn.1 it Uiri'rabH, ( be h pruiu Nlrtf Uuthrrrhirt tJiUlrb t cxm.tltutlor.al trratmrtit r.guirrp . iel Uaui tatarrti lirr. maautAtturri! tjr V J ( Li ritltf. Ohio.tafcf--thr only OinatitutloDttl rtir od It Im 'h irtrkrt Int.maHr In iliw. rrtm 1C IrtMM tu troNMWitill It acta Ulrrftlr on tlir booC tnl muroui .urfana il lli aj- - rni "Thry tPrp on TVrc ml m une Caurrb ds-v L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. to rn 4 to 11, inclusive u. Theiie M Ltn.tril dljini lor utiy rua it lalla to cure, or l " u ra aM Wat manUla. buitf aWt rs A 14Kr llall - "imllr r ri Oruk'tfiata. lM'. V A CO.Tolnlo.Otla. I'Hia Tor ronaOnatt. Ail entertninment, attractive "Enoch Aiden'' at the opera house tonight, given under the auspices- - of Tins snrulv il,s..rvi tlui tint rnttllf.i. of al literary people. jSggHlUgL- - Here's a The Road to Comf ortW A vanished thirst cool body and a : k k Turner, hns bought the on Lancuster htreet owned by Mr. Will Cm son, who has been running n restaurant for some Mr. Turner will continue to time. run the restaurant, and promises to mnke it in everv respect. James restaurant te r refreshed one; the sure way th way is via a glass or bottle of only Watch for tbu great K. of P. strels nt the onera house next night. Don't miss 'them. min- Fast color, regular 10c quality, yd. 2 500 yards China Matting; 11c pcryard... A good wearer Linoleums, very heavy. A Oc f O special price per sq. yard 6-t-wide 500 yards 2z quality light 03c 4 Percales, special price per yd 500 yds extra quality Gingham for dresses, waists and petticoats H 1 c m are breaker sSahead WRk!Bm We think you will enjoy the pictures nt the opera house Saturday night. A dispatch from Somerset says: Mm Mounce, living on the Stnnford pike, found a couple of counterfeit molds, one for miikinir auarters nnd 1 Ac Ecrue Curtain Net, per yard .. 122C quality Bleach Turkish Towels, extra OCc 32-inc- h . " v good-t- he 6-- pair v c.finI1rTiiValir for you Ideally delicious pure as purity crisp and sparkling as frost. Our new booklet, telling nfCnra-Col- a vindication at Chattanooga, for the asking. P 1166 the other for making dollars. With cm; was found a lot of different kinds of metal for making the imitation money. One of the molds was found in tho walls uf the house nnd the other in the garden. How they came there no one knows. Louisville and Return Via Southern Railway. Account Spring Meeting New Louis1012. ville Jockey Club. May lleducted rates from all stations in Special reduction for Kentucky. Derby Day. May 11th. For full call on nnv ngent. Southern railway. J. C. DEAM JR. A. 0. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. 11-2- 8, f 4-- ft green only Long Oak Curtain Poles, each t Cloth Window Shades, 1 Qc and when that day thall come, money will be your best friend. Start a bank account today a nd make the future certain for those dependinc on you, as well as for yo urself. A dollar will do it-- cow here. t He STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Deposits $69,897.81. Surplus $4,181.43 W. G. M. Demand the Genuine as made by THE COCA-COL- CO. GA. ATLANTA, Whenever vou tee an Arrow think of Coca-Co- U SEVERANCE&S0N L McCARTY, Pres. L PENNY, V. Pres. I. SALIN, Cashier. J. D. BADS, J. S. RICE, V. Pres. S. ALIERT PHILLIPS, I.JBMm. li MlTiW. 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Pillag3aaHPSMM-l-aaW5TBBBBr jBBBB SYNOPSIS. tibfruardlan of Orrlrudi" and HRliipy, Biinnjr- ni lHhed mimmrr lifaaqunrirr numerous Idn. Amlilat dimmltlM thu arvanta dertnL As Miss Innrs locked up for tho nlsht, she wai startled by a dark fliuri on the veranda Shi KKKBKttBSFWKfmKK'Wm't9-d7TTaW MBBSBSBIBbVBL lillllgMBrw'. maw t B l ' - . SSSB BMBB tfrrtbU p""'' CHAFTnil II-right, nhlch wrj filled with unseemly In the morning Miss Innes founl noises a. strange link cuff button In a clotlies hamper. ! ani CHAPTHn arrived with Jick Utile. The house na awakened by a revolver shot. A strinee man nai found shot to death, In the hull. CIIAl'TEIl IV -- It proved to be the body of Arnoll Armstrong, whose bnnk eir father otvne the country house. Miss Innes found llnlsey's revolver on the lawn lie an Jack Dalley had disappeared The link cuff button msterlous-ldisappeared CHAPTnil V Detective Jamleson nnd the coroner arrived Oertrude revealed that ahe was engaRed to Jack Ilalley, with whom she had talked In the billiard room a few momenta before the murder. ruir 1 1 y gasped. "Possibly," he said quietly, as we hurried together up the stairs. "Some one was lurking on the staircase when 1 went back. I spoke; Instead Ho wont on through the drawing room, nnd I listened to hla fcotsuepa growing gradually fainter. I dropped ray pretence at knitting and, leaning back, I thought over the last 48 hours. Here was I, Kachel Innes, spinster, a granddaughter of old John Innes ot revolutionary days, a D. A, R, a Co-- 1 loniai name, mixed up with a vulgar and revolting crime, and even attempting to hoodwink tho law! Certainly 1 had left the straight and narrow way. I was roused by hearing Mr. Jamle-Bo- n coming rapidly back through tha drawing room. He stopped at the door. "Miss Innes," he said quickly, "will you como with me and light the east corridor? I have fastened somebody In the small room at the head of the card room stairs." I Jumped up at once. "You mean the murderer?" I BillWv( ? Bolted Down Stairs, Three at a Time. of an answer, whoever It was turned and ran up. I followed It was dark but as I ttlrned the corner at tho top a figure dartrd through this door and closed It. 'Iho bolt was on my Bide, and I pushed It forward. It h a cloaet, I think." We were in the upper now hall "If jou will show no the! electric aw Itch, Miss Innes, jou would better wait In jour own room." Trembling as I was, I was deterI mined to sec that door opened hardly knew what I feaied, but no' many terrible and inexplicable things i had happened that buspeuso was worse than crtalnt- "I am perfectly tool," I said, "and 1 "But Before We Co On, I Want to am going to remain Here." Say This." Iho lights flashed up ulong that end torrldor, throwing the doors thero Is nothing to pretent whoeter is of tho into relief. At the Intersection or the in thero from getting out that way." "Then lock tho door at the top of email hallway with the larger, the circular staircase, wound Its way up, 113 the basement stairs," I suggested, If It had been un afterthought of the "and patrol the house from tho outarchitect. And just uround the cor- side." Wo agreed to this, and I had a ner, In tho small corridor, was the door Mr. Jamleson had Indicated. I feeling that the mystery of Sunnj--sidwns roout to be solved. I ran was still unfamiliar with the liouso. and I did not remember tho door My down tho steps nnd along tho drho. I heart was thumping wildly In my ears. Ju8' t the corner im-- ran full tilt Into lu im as luuUi but I nodded to him to go ahead. I feomeuouy who ntalarmed as I was. It was not until I tvns perhaps eight or ten feet away had recoiled n step or two that I recand then ho threw the bolt back ognized Oertrude, and she me. out," he said quietly Thero "Como "Good gracious, Aunt Hay," sho was no response. 'Come out," he "what Is the matter?" repeated. Then I think ho h.id a re"Thero'g somebody locktd In the volver, but I am not sure he stepped laundry," I panttd. "That Is unless usldo and throw tho door open jou didn't seo any one crossing the I stood I could not see From where lawn or skulking around tho house, hejond tho door, but I saw Mr Jnmlo-eon'- s did you?" him muface change uud heard "I think we hate mystery on tho tter something, theu ho Lotted Uowu brain," Gertrude said wearily. "No, my the stairs, three ut u time. When I hutent setii any one, except old had stopped shuking, I moved Thomas, who looked for nil the world kneea forward, slowly, nervously, until I had 'as if ho had been ransacking tho pantlm a partial vlow of what was bojond clos- try What hate jou lucked In tho door. It seemed at first to bo a laundry?" et, empty. Then I went close and replied. a shudder. "I "I can't wait to explain," I lodge. It, to stop with must get Warner from the If Where tho floor should have been tvas you camo out for air, you'd better put black void and darkness, from which on your overshoes" And then I nocame the Indescribable damp smell ticed that Gertrude was limping not ot the cellars. much, but sufficiently to make her Mr. Jamleson had locked somebody progress very slow, and seemingly As I leaned orer painful. In the clothe ckmte. I --vwtrd a fML-- or was It I fuel (Continued next Friday) the wind? I ran along laMgSB MH 35!ltf Yt" ... I 3BBBWaWliBBmSSSBMBT' lU that the mysterious Intruder nnd probable murderer hnd been found, and that ha lay dead or dying nt tho foot ot the chute I got down the staircase some how, and through the kitchen to the basement stairs. Mr. Jamleson had been before me, and the door stood open. Llddy was standing In the mid'QBBfllLpQKBglKtSBBBBHBBBBBBHJEBLB dle of the kitchen holding a frying pan by tho handlo as n weapon. "Don't go down there," sho yelled, when she saw me moving toward the basement salrs. "Don't you do It, Mlsa Rachel That Jnmleson's down there now. Them's only trouble comes of hunting ghosts; they lead jou Into bottomless pits and things like that. Oh, Miss Rachel, don't" as I tried to get past her. Who Are The Party Wreckers Parksvillle Hustonville. She was Interrupted by Mr. Jamie-son'- s We find in the LouUulIc Time Mi. Abe Newton and family will reappearance. He ran up the are Mr. and Mr- -. J. I.ve Pie-to- n remarks under the leau -- hortlj for Kllibun;. hid., tejoiciug oer the iirrnul ot a son. two at a time, and his face was the followiii); stairs when- - thej will make their future caption "Tlie Party Wreckers:' .1. I.. Pre-to- u sold sonic fat bogs Cushed and furious. "The fact that Pony Ilaly is nsiiiin home. "Tho whole place Is lockPd," he said to V.. V. Kimbeiliu at seeu tents. .Mr. t'hailo. Pike and hnnd-om- e t angrily, "Where's the laundry key at the lieliii in party affairs Mr. J. Lee Piestou sold to Mr. kept?" made clear at the mcoliiii; of I lie little vm weie heie lor a hoit time Joe W. lit me. one and "It's kept In tho door," Llddy State Democratiu Comuiiltee Sutitt- - lnt Tue-da- j. for the one weanling jennet tor snapped. "That whole end of the cel day. Recalling the futtlier fact that Well- -, of Libert J, two. Col. Lincoln lar Is kept locked, so nobody can get Mr. llalv, nt the behest of his mus was here with frieudi la- -t week. Mi. Joe W. Imne .obi to Me rs. nt the clothes, and then the key's left ter, J. C. W. Ileckli.uu, stictcedt.l in Mi-i- s Mary HtndeUe washo gue-- t Maggart & Saunder- -, the two jenIn the door, so that unless a thief o disrupting the party when last at net- he bought of Ml. J. Lee Pie-to- n Mnlindu Nae last week. was as blind as as some detectives, the liclin as to make inewtab'e the of .Mi and sistei, before taking them home, tor c -' Mv. llrjan ltrad-haIn." be could walk right election of Augustus E. Willson, and Mi-- s Dr. II. L. Casey and Mi. J. 1). Gabie Uradshaw attended "Uddy," I said sharply, "como down leading in the committee's lie turn Moek were in this neighborhood with us and turn on all the lights." chinch here Sunday eening. the g She offered her resignation, as us- the decision to return to Couii-t- y again last week, the doetor xaecin-iitiuThoma- - of the Tu-e- y Kditor scliein,. of luaking iiU out eight hogs tor Mr. John ual, on the spot, but I took her by the We-I- e, Jn-0News' and welv arm, and she came along Anally. She of Louisille and fowl out of the here la- -t Tue-da- v en route to Datl-till- Tauuiie. We learn there are a numswitched on all the lights and pointed lest of the State, the feeling of re- , ber ol other farmers who want their gret that Gov. McCreary should con-to a door just ahead. hogs undiluted but mu- -t detei it on Kev. C. If. Ulain i3 conducting a "That's tho door," she said sulkily. sent to he dominated by influences aeeouiit ot the mabilitt ot (he dot-tuieeling at Hnru-id- e. of such sinister portent to Demo"The key's In It." to get -- tlftieient ot the serum. But the key was not In It. Mr. cratic success i not le- - than is Mr. Will Muiphv ninl children Mr. Imne Taikiugtou went to Demola- -t Jamleson shook It, but it was a heavy i treatment tinturnl that the were gue-t- s of .Mrs. L W. Adauis Liueolu tntiutj la- -t Sundaj, in f.ut door, well locked. And then he stooped cracy of the Fifth district, which 'id Wednesdaj. the toting man goes eeit Suudat. A and began punching around the key- its duty so lojally in Gov. Nancv MeKinnej was the 1110- -t Mi Joillig ludt. It ! hole with the end of a lead pencil. election, should again be week-en- d of Mr. and .Mr- -. If. erj lew it au g more When he stood up his face was exul- singled out ior discrimination to M. Tate. -- taled - the nttiaetloii. There arc tant. -- utNly the grudge held against by it Jes-- e Ilerriu and Dr. Ilerim pas touiig men than .Mi. Tarkiugtou. lie "It's IncVod on the) Inside," he said t!.' party's Hieeker: " -. In- - tn. it til thuiattei cd tiuougil here Sundaj en 1 utile to In a low tone. "There is somebody in 3Ir. llalv wn not in charge f be Jlrndfoidswlle. N abote lepioach, he - being tutorthere." campaign of 1007. Tlie Deinoerntu' "Ixjrd hare mercy!" gasped Llddy, Mi Catherine Muiphv and Mr. ed b one ot the best fntmci- - in the ticket in tlie State went to defoit John Howe and turned to run weie gue- -t of friend-lei- e iiitiutt, hi- - tathei, and will no doubt the Deniocr.ilie -- meeeil "Llddy," I called, "go through tho that je.ir becmi-- e 111 developing into an A-- l Suudaj. house at once and see who Is missing, machine in I.ouisille, entouraged by The Ailams Brothers hae ju-- t tillei ot the -- oil. the Haldeiuun newspapers, refusid gotten the long looked ior soda or If any one Is. We'll have to clear this thing at once. Mr. Jamleson, It to suppoit Major ISiiigliam and 1 luiilaiti and it is in fine running Murder and Suicide in Kentucky you will watch here I will go to the brought out ns a Democratic candiolder. Stop in and see it, Mr. Marlodge and And Warner. Thomas date for Major a gentleman who ion Lipp- - will bae 1 barge of it. Not long -- line, four pel sons comwould be of no use. Together you mmiied to open the saloons on in three Mi Floience Spia'eiis was here mitted -- uicide in Loiu-wl- le may be able to force the door." Sundav if elected. The Democratiu da- -. Minder and suicide ait so Mondaj "A good Idea," he assented. "But wrecked that ear by the for a short tune puity was eoiiuuoii in Kentucky that no -- tnti Mr. Wallace Sttele, o'f there are windows, of course, and tieauieij' ot the Deniociatie ,'"' -- t fi" to he noted l)J aujhodj. heie Suuilit. in LouNille. A few mouths t least Iltio. 01 more Maanpppvi Mi Kluabeth Gilb.ck, one of otu '!" Democrat- -, later three Loui-ullcau-e- 'leaui- - irom tne-- e be- -t opeiator-- , had the eeij toted to make V. 0. Uradley to -- pram her ankle, while tomiiu' iai. What iiiit-- e or tau-e- s bung pretent the elec- down the stair- - at hei home. Senator, in order to 1 about the-- e will suggest tion ot Mr. lleckhain. ll leligmu and half-dev- il .Mi- -, lllaiu ot LouisMlle, h.i, ar- - th.it La- -t jeai the State fight was rived im a visit to hei sou Kev. C. piilutli- - stiiiiiilattd with alehol, have made bv Mv. MiCrcaiv. Mr. Deck-hamuch to do 111 till--timi ot It. Blain. Mi. Ma jo, .Mr. Ilaly and oth-eiMi. anil Mr- -. James Wood- - and human life. The I lilted Mates .'sell-at- e Htilde-ina- u -Without the aid of the tei s vei v mill It excited over the gue-- tot lelative- - here "hililreu thev won the fiue-- t Siinil.n. weie Titanic ia-tei. St me we all, but lo- -Democratic ucloiy of thirty ear. of lile is coiitern-ti- l The m.inv fiieml- - of Ml- -. Mir.'gic a- - iai a- - the The leal paitv wieckei-- . are nghf Dunn will be plea-e- il what - the dmwtiing ot l.dllll per to heal ot her he-iiu Loui- - ille, and tlie Deiim-eiawith the eomliti.ni ajid it sun- - in imiipari-o- u nun Ii inipioviil oi the State seem to he uwaie nothing iintme-ee- n ieveiv jeai bv lianpen- - she will loll ot od.lMK) oui-Mile A Sprained Ankle. I was panic stricken. As I the corridor I was confident IYm vaBBBBBVaBBBiLill.B 'l . jL. n . llW,BaPlaaaHIMat bWbI r .TW'iMBwrjffMi Mm .1 B awsWBBBBBBBMBB BatBBBBBaHaA IMTjbbI Settle Brook (3) 2:17';; Lady Bcllbrooks, 2:17 Jennie Brook, (4) 2:17 Elliott Stone Lady Brook, 2:30 and Running Brook 2:30, Silent Brook by Darknight, No 2858, the Mire of Searclilmht 2;0J Hni;htlin'ht, 2:US nnd Vnlpa, 1 U'.l Darknight ttncil bv Alcyone No. 232 record 2:27. Ashland llrook's dam Ilium Wren by Ash. land Wilkes 2JD1; iccord 2:17 the fire of .John It. Gentry, 2:00 Wilkes Sally Toler 2:015 2-- 18 1, 1- -1 2. lt 4, 2, 1- -1 Hiied by Red Wilkes 1740, he by All sizes for sale by W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. The State of Casey llv iiiiaiiniuui-- t vote the Liberty Hapti-- t liini'li has called Kev. A. S. Jeffries to pnaeh for it during the remainder of the J ear. Hro. Jeffries ule preacher, and m. 11 a liomo-i1 n. n-- -- 1 w cniiceutiateil geutltmati, nnd the church should ft el honored m securing Ins htiiu'S He will accept and mote to town soon. He ii ht all, we hope Ins pastorate will be profitable to himself, chinch nnd the town. Libert) New. well-kno- fleorge ilke, cccoiid dam, Lido l.illv, bj l'reteiiiler, 1Ij3, 3d dam bv Jim Moiiruc 83.. Note. Ahliind lliook is n e hore with lot.s of Milntanco and we feel sine m uffcriin; to the iublic the servue ot linn that tbero are verj few his cjual, for lie has iiliemlj provtu luiiHclf to be n breeder fur he is a siro of the kind of hun-o- s the public are looking for todat. Ills colts nil have good color and have that nice way of going with the speed of trotters. Thev nil po9e-- i the looks of a fine -- tulill,. hoise in fact thev- - meet with few defeats iu the show ring. They have perfect tuniiuers. Ashland Hrook will make the pretent season nt $K to insure u living colt. hnnd-Mim- King Eagle No. 2330. Vol. 0, A. S. II. It. King Cagle U 10 hands high, d.uk bny with flowing m. i tie and tail, goe- - all the gait with plenty of spied, stvlo and ac- - Heck-l'.ira-IIa- iy 11 ie e. or Stops Neuralgia Pains Sloan's Liniment has :t ,tion. j ile-e- de-er- tu soot hi up; effect on the It stops neuralnerves. gia and sciatica pains instantly. Sued by ltojnl King On Tune, 7J5, he by IJjj'j Jnckcon 72, Itojal King' dam .Molhe Mouiitz, J3S1, was by the noted hire CabbellV Lexing-liiV. S. King KagleV tirst dam Hip 357l), she by Kagle liird 1011, he by Old King l'agh', 73(1, second dam ihv lied 1. ton 3rd iliim by llanis' he by Miller's Denmark, 45, 'fourth dam bv Jim Hell (thirough-hie- d lie by m Den-'inaik, Pedigree itidu-ttiuti- ) Here's Proof I M Iokirol JohinnSu I inunn I n sloan tt hit th bet nvtdicinc in ft wvrM rtittvrdmtof NrurUu Ittot pm t Mklu, wrttMt Mrs atvi can Iut il. jcuri klup il tm ' truly Ummmt diJ wy your Mr Andrew r I etut MCjt trtrt, I tuvt Cumberland. Md ntr lucd Niuan 1 ntmcil tjr Nu'lC it try &iiM.h. o4 1 cerUloJy dj King Kagle is a combined stallnin, a breeder of combined hor-e- s Ir.s tolls nil hate good colon, with sue, high stvle and action. He is also a sire of the most looked for Note. ' horc today; that ii the plantation hoiie. They all have a nice running iU Hli-bnr- g, WW m 'sraa (i) win e '"' SLOANS LINIMENT matism, backache, throat and sprains. At all dealers. is tho best remedy for rheu- lc-lll- t-f uo-lie- sore ad ile-tl- iu s. Price 23c.,50c.and $I.OO MrtWt Sm V new-pape- i.. on ts t-t KiHa7H mtZMim m PZflB 1 K'tc ard lOuL tr nt 'IC AdJrris pel-m- ot tli,. fncK -L- l'o-- t. NO A CAUSE TO DOUBT IP1 pm Statement of Facts Backed bv a Strong Guarantee. We guuiantee immediate-nnd po-i-li- ve Tiipuiau. Ma-t- tr be mil veiv -- omi. Ml- -. Dniiu on the ite and bloke bet hip. Mi .Mait Fltdge of William--towu the guest ol Mi- -. Tlumi.i Jo-ep- -l- ip-pid oh hoi 111 I he n, lliitlllll' nt the llVel- - ot li.ll- - and liliioil thus -- lied. Ytt -- nine ot otu bis men would refer I" ki the b g too it '. bicwei or tathet er lulled State-- , to saj Nni ' Ear! S'si04n It.- - Alt K own giaiulpaiiiit- - .Mi. uud Mr- -. h tli.ii ini-- nl II. t a e, uii-- 01te agaiu-- t tin- - im-tJO.s. ll.M.l.Ol. Dot id Xewbeiu. - e stin.ition. In evtiv ca-- e wheie our Siiuda.t. lcniedt iiuU to do till- - we will the uioiiev paid us foi it. That's 11 tiauk statement ot laet-- , and we vaut jou to substantiate them at our lisle. Ifexall Ordetlies me eaten iu- -t like I'lindj', me paitieulailv pioiupt and itgueable inaction, maj be taken at ant tune, tlav or night: do not tau-- e diaiihoea, naiisia, giiping excessive of other undesiiublc ei- leeis. IIipj have n teij mild but, action upon the oigiuis with le-tii- tii loo-euepo-iti- ve leliii to all sutfeiei, fioni ton- piillg. weie here for a slmit tune vevor. l'lim e l- The .Mi e- - lloiiihu- - of L'ltir D. - Slautoiii, K. Pennington, Count Sar d'ei.eial Puriii biirtctnu. walk and their canter is perfect. His get arc in dtmninl and nluavi bring the highest price'.. King I!.igle will make the present season nt the low of "f 15 to insure a living colt. WAR TRACE Ipnie will also stand the great joung Jack War Trace at clO for I mnres and $20 tor juiucts to insure I ft living colt. War Tr.ite is black 'with white points 13 2 hands high. He was, sned bv (licit Eastern II he b.. imp. Tat I'll) er that ho!d for His dam was by the imp. dam lJnit Kastern. WarbvTiace's Stai- IIjeiII by Htdford .Star, be , light. Note. This jack has pioven himself to bo ti great bricder for mules lor Ins colts sold last fall as huh as horse mule tohs to 123 for mine mules, so jou see iu offering the sivuc of this gnat jatk. we nie otfmng one that is secoi d to none. This jack has nl-- o pioven himself to be gient jennett jack, for he has the finest head nml ear, and as much foot anil bone ns any v!; hvmg nnd ns hkc begets like, be has depnitid the same to his jack and jennet colts. EQUITY. j Are You a Woman 7 j a v hleli thev 1 mill. coat of upon the itlnxed the bowel, tllll- - ou'icomlllg wilikllt- -s the bowel- - to and Hiding to mote tuoioiis nnd liealthv aetititj. 111.1 W.tvnll (kiilnilti... mil 'i ot thlldun, . lile and ideal lot the ulie, mil IOIK- - (lllil iieiuiue peifiiii-- . laniiot too lughlv tee iiiiuieiid tlitiu to all siifitieiv fioni nut finiil of and it- - attendant evils. That's wb we baik 0111 faith in them with our pioimse ot money back it thev do not give entue sati fartiou. Time sizes; l'J tablits 10 ten)- -. :i0 tablet- - 'St tents and HO iiill-eul- ar le-lo- ie mi-.ll1-c luting as 111 out 111 . nppai-elitl- v u legulative tonic 1 Cardui Woman's Tonic JSt Henanibei, jou tablets TtO lent. can obtain liexall Keniidie- - 111 Slanfonl oulv nt Peuin's Ding Stoic The l(eall Stole. I can make jour old straw hats look like new. Also clean and press vo'ir clothes nicely. Give me a tiial. Harry Urouddu?, next door to ble. Tiib- -' jenniN, ut Lexington, Kj. In offering this jack for public -- ervice wo feel sure we nre offering n gicat lireeder lor competent judges sav that ho was tho best breeder iu Montgomeiy county, his colts nlvvnys biinging the highest prices. 'flu's gicat jack will make the pre. sent frenson ut $10 for maies nnd $20 for jennets to iiisiue n living olt. All of tho nbovc mentioned stock will make the ptesent season of 11)12 nt our stable 2 2 miles west of Stanfoul on the Shelhv City pike. Marcs traded, paitid with or hied elsewhere without our consent foifeite the insurance nnd money becomes duo at time of such transaction. Tor information call on or address S. T. Hairis & Hobett Woods, PIioimi 3, Stauford, Ky. 72-Ri- nft. r fur itnlttm t. vice tins j'leiit Jack. He is bl.uk with white points. Hi, head in d eai, foot and bone nie second to none, with stjlu and notion like a mule. He i siud by Velbertou, Jr., lust dam by Di. Wood, second dam by imported jack. Yelbeton, Jr., the site of Kiputy is now at the head of Mr. T. H. Adams' held of Ki-ha- Y Will ntm. k! -- 'Yj ,f ' SSMM 1 Vtf i . j i I A. ; i it 1 f THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. i f? Cholera. r Notice! Poultry Raiser Ceciliaa Leaf, COMMISSIONER'S SALEI Lincoln 1 does. 41103 Limberneck. Roud. Canker. :::;,:::':;;';:, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry (of MKM!kTt.lkKlMrfi.Kr ,mt ."I W .ml Rir rn ndiKInklutxUi (milltr Itmrdf ,!. Ilmfn Mp.l nHliml.nnttl wilhwllsj U.UCW, llartlskmi, Kr ,m "Om drop c Hmw 4.11.44 dcwnlkUMtit thxktn Ult ih nn ud Iin iht elm lK but sxrmnitt hat t ? t ud." uttlr. Mfg. nt Gurutari by J. Rtkt Cramt, Btrdstown, Ky. Price SOc tt il Druggists. J.ot-I-- I 1 IH I I OLD BY SOLD BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. l)ftv Mnid liv Ceoilinn. lio bv Oiun-betWilkes: 'Jnd dntn Nell bv 10J1. 3rd dnin oon Dav liv St. Klmo 276: 1th dam bv 1'ilot. Jr. 12. In Ccciliun Leaf tlu blood of ('. F. (.'lav and 1ft d Wilkes U united with that of (Jutnbettii Wilkes and 1'ilot. Jr.. and tdiuuld Drove a eros wlurli cannot be extelled. Ociliiin Leaf 11 u neli bav with two nlute bind feet and a star: 11 ixcciitioiiallv riimrv tor a trottinc criiecfiil in Ihe horce. tn Hnl-oo- Sired hv Ittil Leaf 21300. the irrcntrst of nil roadsters: 1st dnrn rn neck: . ctud. is limb action and lots of 'He nnd litnli. which if addition to bis -- need makes bun nil ideal bor-- c for the Iunds full 1.1 :i- -l bands: has $i . r . . Vi'tak. rr Txram. 4 um '?r.4 , I. M-- ,?, . iest n!c. (V ilinii I. rii I it ii mil i tx ed but can trot in 'J:'Jb. nt the lie will miike the miles from I'nik f'ollnL'c barn 1 on I lie llustonvillc mkc. siaiitmd Til., fe,. to a limited numbei of mares this miioii will be "If lor n 'twin.' colt. At the snrao nlncc I will stand t tnat lack. aaillSnil at -- HMO to insure. You know Mik nick ns the in' of more show inulos than hii --- harness and walk trot horr.es that -- ells for and it is the walk-trtin. tiiit money nnd bus the readot tat dtd Thee fluidities are iutuhnt in n Mre to breed hnrh-dii'- -s due nnd will be collected Jrom the bitiilet if mnie is sold or trnrtcd with. Limps er. 'infill fee on ntiv n it bid to fitber (cciliaii or Sainton becomes otbir for the tmst four I Iip TATE & MESSER Mrsser. Mananer. Phone IjO II. Stuntord. Kv. Hervey Highland, 3027 A. S. II. It. NO. 922, VOL. 11, SIRED BY WASHINGTON, NO. 54, BY CROMWELL, NO. 73, BY WASHINGTON DENMARK, NO. 64. FIRST DAM, BELL BY RHOD-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 FIVE-GAITED PRESTON PRESTON, JR. By Preston 922, first dam Mamfc Wilson, by Ogdenburg. second dam Katy Maloy, one of the best show mares the state ever produced. Fee $15. Preston. Jr.. is a Unlit bay horse with four white feet to the 4 ankle. Three years old; 15 hands high, a horse of good conformation, short back, great shoulder, long neck and good foot and bone. Has been handled very little but has style, action and shows great speed. See this horse before you book your mares and I know you will look no further. , Both will make Ihe season at my stable in Crab Orchard, Ky. Will keep mares on grass at $2.50 per month, but will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock. Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Season is due if mares are traded or parted with or bred to other stock. 3-- J. C. BAILEY, CRAB ORCHARD. KENTUCKY. VOLTAIRE IN The Great Percheron Stallion 55140 VOLTAIRE, A HANDSOME PERCHERON STALLION, PERFECT CONFORMATION, IS A BLOOD BAY AND WEIGHS ABOUT 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. SEASON OF 1912 AT MY HOME ON THE DANVILLE PIKE ONE MILE FROM STANFORD AT $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. gan. Description. Foaled 1007. A beautiful liL'bt bav. 10 liami-- i Inch, , of weiL'bt. with t.nii face. left lot-trout and both bind fiet white. He is a tine lmr-- e, biixinVn lorn.- - rnneo neck. liL'bt in the throat Intel). Inch t Inn wether, cood back nnd tail, a tuoe clean set of limbs. liest as the accciikil tviic of the American snddle horse. Ikrvcv Hit'lilaud 1ms bnd but lit-twork both under saddle nnd in hunie". nnd is learning to bteu awnv with lots of irracc nnd air. His beautiful form and marked indiwdunlitv. counled with bis norm- lar blood lines, will anocnl to in telligent breeders desirim: to nro- duce hores of the hiuhest clasp. His dam is a line individual as well n a L'rent brood mare. lmwiiL bad two fillies bv Kentuck's Artifet (notliiiiL' like the sire HiLMilnnd Den mark was.) to sell for $1,000 each. Ilcrvev HiL'hlanil will undoubtedly mnke both n treat show and stock Iiorte. Fee $20.00 to Insuro a Llvlno Coll. Mares traded, onrted with or bred elewbere forfeits insurance, and monev becomes dut nt time of such Lien letnined on colt trnnsnction. until senson is imid. .Mares from n distnnce trrnzed on trood blue crass nt 2.50 iht month. e .Mares entiusted will mv nttention. but not resDonsiblt lor accidents or cscnues. M-rdes-cnb- td te l.. -re-"iner-son- nl Will mnke the .enon of 1912 nt lJaf e. two miles west of Huston-illHike. on the Ilradford-vill- e Jsired bv HiL'blaud Denmark o Ho bv Hlnok SouiTrel 5b. be bv Black hacle 71 lie bv Kim." Willinin 07 he b WnsbwiMon Denmark 04. be bv (rniiicV Denmark til, HitwV ilnin Anne Waslnneton 135S. she bv Washington 51 be bv Cromwell 73. bi b Washineton Dcnmnrk t ' b (iaines' Denmark (il. 2nd dam bv idette l!ov .13.1 bv Vidcttc bv Vm-debv Woods' Wnek Hawk, bv Vermont Black Hawk, bv Sherman Morin e. fl-x. Circuit Court Notice of Snle. H. II. Wade's lire. Plaintiffs vs Will make the senson of 1912 nt my II. II. Wade's Hrs.. Etc. Defendant". stable, one rail0 fiom Stanford, nt Pursuant to n iudement of sale entered in the above stvled court flo to insure a living fonl. Don Vnrriek is n beautiful chesi-nu- t, and case, the iinderfiinied Master I'ommHsioner will nt about 1 o'10:2, by the great Onward Silclock P. M.. on Mondav. Mav 13. 1912. ver 2:05 he by Onwnrd, by Geo. sntnc lifiiiir the iirst dav of the Wilkes. Onwnrd Silver sold for Mav term of the Lincoln County Court, ofler for sale at Public f25,000, and wns ns game a rnce outcr to the burliest and best biddown the Grand der lK'fore the court bouse door in hoiec ns ever went the town of Stanford Lincoln coun- Circuit. Don Vnrnck's fiist dnm by ty. Kentucky, the following describWilkes Hoy, the sire of n great famed tract of land: 2d dam, HcuiuniiiL' at lone on East side ily of Futurity winners; of Petits Fork: thence X 70 W 20 Mnry by Hogg's Grey Engle, the dnm polls to ii stone! thence S 5 E,2U of The Wag 2:15'4 nnd Mndelene Holes to a stone:tbince S 10 W 7 t"k's to n stone : thence S 4 2 W Patchen, the dam of Huboer 2:10, 10 noles and 18 links to stone and Uill Wilton 2:20, Winchester 2:194 Walnut: thence S .12 W 7 noles nnd and Miss It. 2:30. Don Vnrrick's 11 links to a siiL'ar trie and Huck-e9 K 15 Holes nnd 17 dnm was the dam of Dr. Connor, thence links to li sU'limore: tlicuce S 13 W that paced n public half mile nt 21 noles to a .Su'iimore near a wnt-- Lexington nt 10 months in 1:0S, sate Jones comer: thence S 30 and sold for 1,000 to X. W. r, d E Hi noles to a white oak and of Xew Haven, Conn.; also Jones coiner: thence X 01 E 2 noles to a while oak: tbenceX 2 the dnm of Maggie Igo, that trotted 2 a half mile on snme track in 1:11 E 111) Holes to a stone: thence X E IS noles 7 links to u stone: nt 10 month, nnd sold for 500. theme X 23 W 25 nob's to u Don aruek binds size, speed thence X 01 J E 1 Holes and 20 lni's to a stone X It W Hi Holes to nnd finish. His disposition is pera -- tone: thence S 77 1 W 02 noles fect. Season money due when mare mid 15 links to the bet'innim.'. nnd is sold, traded or bred to nnother I.u:ht-t- o Ib2) aeics. 2 i i.nliiii.iinr loods and 30 Doles of land be the horse. Will pasture marcs nt $3 n sinne nioio or less and belli:; the month, and will take especial care s.inic land coneed to II. II. Wnilf to prevent accidents, but will not be I bv deed iDei-of J. J. McKlime responsible should nnv occur. ol date No. Jul lb'10. and dulv ED BALLARD, Stanford, Ky. 1(1 the elelks office of the I.iikiiIii ( oiiiitx I'omt in died book Nn, 17 and naL'e 120. Tlu re is executed from the nforc-sa45006 boiiiidnn a fraetion of an acre HY XABOTII 10110. bv II. H. Wade in his life time to (ieon.'H Austin bv deed of by Walsinyham by Gcorye Wilkes date Aniil 24th. 1007. and of record Iieau Xaboth's dam, Xora Baugh-ma- n in clerk's olliee of Lincoln county as follows: bemn. tourt. by Xonal 53J5, by Electioneer niiisr at stoiie Wade and McCuiU's corner: thence S 45 E 3 noles to n 125, 2d dam Lehi J. bv Metropolitan stone at water irate: thence un the 1372 by Humiltonian 10, 3d dam Jo brunch X lb E 0 noles and 12 links sephine by Mambnuo Stailight 3942 to n tone: thence X SO W 2 noles by Durlbay 441; 4th dam Mary With to a small water beech: thence S 32 W 1 Holes to the besrintumr. and ers by Olwer (thoroughbred) ; 5th of an acre ol' dam by Wagner; Gth dam by Imp. mntnininir S land. Trauby; 7th dam by Thornton's Hat-tlc- r. ThKMP. Said sale will be made )a months, nnd the eiidit f si Iieau Xaboth is a handsome bay, nun baser will be rtmiired to execute bonds with nnnroved personal standing 15:3 2 hands of great security for the nnrehasc urice. paydispoable to the Commissioner, nnd beiir-in- ir stjle and action and perfect interest nt the rate of 0 ner sition. He has proen n breeder, and cent ner annum from dav of snle. his own breeding, the Electioneer-"Wilke- s and lien will be resened on the land cross is second to none. to sei.ure t It? naunent of said bond, His crosses with saddle bred nnd same shall havn the force and marcs have unfailingly produced elfeot of n mdirment. Witness mv band this the 0th dav combined colts of high clnss. Beau 30-of Annl the vear 1012. seaE. D. Penninaton. M. C. L. C. C. Xaboth will make the present son nt J. W. Baugbman's stable, on the Somerset pike, half mile from COMMISSIONER'S SALE Lincoln Circuit Court Stanford, at $15 to insure a living W. P. Hnchnnnn, etc., Plaintiffs, colt. Money, due when maro is vs Alice Land, etc., Defendants. e traded or parted with or bred elseof sale. where. Pursuant to a judgment of sale J. W. & H. C. BAUGHMAN entered in the aboe styled court Stanford, Ky. and CKe, undersigned. Master Commissioner will nt about 2 o'clock P. 1-e: ei Hub-itigedosr-woo45-1-l-'3-ed nl Don Varrick " - si Springs, Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Rockers, Chairs Wall Paper Carpets Mattings Rugs Druggets, Lace Curtains "" Shades, Pictures Trunks, SewingMachines Bed Room Suites Odd Dressers Odd Beds Odd Wash Stands 'A W. A. Tribble I &fc Beau Naboth For the season of 1912, I offer for public service the Roy- ally Bred and Handsome Individual Saddle Stallion. ALL PEAVINE 4092, at my farm, near McKinney, Ky., at $25 to insure a living colt. niieid 1-- 4. V "srr v -- ,.,: j. .rf-n- c? j. ytw, j T jwir tw v?a .1 . 5 Xo-tic- fZ Pip' M., on W. M. DODD. I1USTOXV1LLE. KCNTUCKY. I 'TURNER. Mv fine iack Turner will make the, present season in Morclnnd. Kv.. nt 1() to insure n li ititr colt. Mures narted with or traded without mv nermissjiou. forfeits the insurance. I , KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 DESCRIPTION.-KENTUC- KY GENTLEMAN, AS HIS NAME IMHE BEPLIES IS AN ARISTOCRAT OF THE "BLUEST BLOOD." THE HORSES LONGS TO THE NOTED FAMILY OF PEAVINES, THAT HAVE MADE KENTUCKY FAMOUS. THE OWNER OF REX PEAVINE HAS RECENTLY REFUSED $10,000 FOR HIM, THE HIGHEST PRICE EVER OFFERED FOR A SADDLE HORSE IN KY. IS REX PEAVINE THE GRAND SIRE OF KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 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 GENTLEMAN 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 PER-FEC- T HE HAS HOCKS; HAS BEAUTIFUL MANE AND TAIL. SPLENDID ACTION GOES HIGH ALL AROUND AND IS PERFECTLY WAY, WILL MAKE A GREAT SHOW HORSE SOUND IN EVERY WITH THE PROPER HANDLING. . PEDIGREE. Kentucky Gentleman 5167 by Chester Peavine 3184 by Rex Peavine 1796 by Rex McDonald 833 by Rex Denmark 840; dam Flora Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58 by Black Eagle 74. Kentucky Gentleman belongs to a championship family and Will you will make no mistake In breeding your good mares to him. stand at $20 to Insure a living colt. Careful attention given mares, but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. will also stand the jack formerly owned by Silas Anderson.. He Is said to be one of the best breeding Jacks in the country. Men who know him well say he has more hundred dollar mules to his credit than any other Jack In the country. Will stand at $10 to Insure a living colt. I A Fine Jack STANFORD. KENTUCKY. J. NEVIN CARTER, s..,2 Turner is blnck with white joints', .cood stle. lnrto feet, nnd bone, weichs 1005 tiounds. He ist n food nnd sure breeder. Mnres with colt should bo returned when coltsnre from 7 to 0 duvs old. This iack is known bv manv ns the Hnmlin inck nnd he will b for sale at the close of season. Pros-uectbuvers are invited to call nnd sco his colts nnd thp cencral Snid sale will be made on a credit workinir of tho inck. I consider him ono amonc the best mules iacks in of six months, and the purchaser Kentucky. or pui chasers will be required to B. 3. KING. execute bonds with approved personal security for the piirehaso Her;!sad. Kv. price, payable to tho undersigned Commissioner, nnd bearing interest A TEXAS WONDER. nt tho rnto of 0 per cent icr nni"'ra from day of snle, and a lien will be The Texas Wonder cures kidney reserved on the propel ty to secure and bladder troubles, removing grnv the payment of snid bonds ,nnd same el. cures diabetes, weak and lumo shall lmvo the force and effect of a backs, llieuiimtism, and All irregu- judgment. Witness my hand this larities of tho kidneys and bladder April 15th. 1012. in both men and women. Regulates E. D. PENNINGTON. M. C. L. JU. U. Goo. D. Florenco foe Plaintiffs. blndder troubles in hildrcn. If not jold by your druggist, will be sent CONCRETING by mail on receipt of $1 : One small We are in nosition to do all kinds bottle is two months' treatment, nnd soldoin fails to perfect a cure. Send of concreting, such ns Block Work, for testimonials from Kentucky nnd Pavements, and in fuct. wo can mnko other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2020 auything from a houso down to a Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by ! fence post. Call and get ourpneca before you buy your material at FRUIT AND SHADE TREES i lenst. PHILLIPS BROS., Stnnford, Ky. Strawberry plants, Grnpe Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, ltoses, Peonies, FIRE and Phlox. Everything for Orchard mmd SURETY BONDS Lnwn, Qnidcn. Free Catalogue. and No Agents. E.M.FEWULND H. F. HMenmeyer & Sons, STANFORD, KY. Lexington, Ky. 1-1-- Saturday, May 4th 1912 offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and bet bidder, in the Land addition of the city of Stanford, Ky., the following described 14 city lots situated in said Land Addition. The said property is described ns follows: Hem? lots Xos. 1, 2, 22, 20, 2S, fronting 50 feet on Lancaster street nnd extending back to Land Street n depth of 150 ftet, excepting Lot Xo. 1, which ha3 a frontage on Lnncaster street of 42 2 feet and extending back to Land street nnd fronting thereon 12 feet and G inches; also all tho following lots to wit Xos. 5. 35, 10, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 nnd 14, snid lots having a width of 50 and a depth of 1C0 feet, excepting lots 5 and 14 tho former having a depth of 150 feet nnd six inches nnd the latter having a depth of 100 feet n, frontage on one street of 85 2 feet nnd of 29 2 feet on what is known n3 Sweeny street. For further description reference is made to deed book 45 page 504 nnd the plot v snid nddition of record in the Lincoln County Court Clerk's office. Snid lots will be sold separate- 1-- Jordan Peacock 1148. SEASON OF 1912 Pedigree Sired by Peacock 498 by Blue Jeuns 3, be by Phillip's Black Horse, ho by Gen. Tnylor 84. Dam, Lena Rners fcy Cabell's LeMnpton; 2d dnm, daughter of Louis Jordan, thoroughbred; 3d dam daughter of Wagner. In securing tho services of this horse, I realize he will produce what the breeders of this county need: style and finish. He is not an untried horse. I know he ha3 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 fee in rench of all, $15 to insuro a living colt. ot 1796, A champion thow horse and an unequaled champion tiie. From him we have had such champiom at Edna ay. Golden Glow, Jack Straw, Queen o' ih e ay. tui Peavine, and many others past and to come. By Rex cDonald Daisy 2nd by Peavine 85. GRAND SIRE, R cDcrald 833. The undisputed champion show horse and sire. FIRST DAM, Lucy Wells 6404, by Peavine 85. A peat brood mare by the worlds His daughters have pigduced such champions as Lou Chief, greatest brood mare sire, Peavine. Cleopatra, The Frenchman, Edna ay, Eaithtna cChor and dozens ol others A mare by Peavine is a sure foundation. SECOND DAM, daughter of Harris Denmark. THIRD DAM, daughter of John oiely If you want to breed to a stallion whose produce commands the highest price, breed to All Peavine 4092. The prices for which I have sold Peavine colts are as an open book, they being sold for the high dollar at public auction, along with the colts of other breeds of horses, and 1 have lopped the market. Breeding saddle horses of the highest type is no longer mere guess work. "Like begets like," and it lakes champions to produce champions. Here you have them all in this pedigree. Rer cDonalJ, Rex Peavine and a double inlusion of the champion brood mare sire, Peavine All Peavine will breed true to his family inheritance of championship blood. He is entered in Horse Futurity slake, and do not forget that he sired the only stud colt that got any ti the money last year. I will personally care for mares sent me and use every precaution, but will not be responsible for accidectsor escapes. 1 will also stand another nice stallion at a lower price, and three fine ng jacks. The Grey jack at $10 to insure living foal, and the two Black jacks at $8 to inliving foal. sure SIRE, REX PEAVINE ALL PEAVINE 4092 -- ri tew I ! R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. TWO MIGHTY JACKS. Clifton and Russell. Will mnke the present season nt the stables of Jns. II. Woods, two miles west of Stnnford. on tho Shelby Citv Dike, nt $10 to insuro a living colt. Trading ihe mare forfeits Cure will be taken the insurance. to prevent nccidents. but not responsible should anv occur. Both of these incks aro 15V hands hick, black, with liekt points nnd have proven themselves extra fino breeders. Ten wennline mulo colts bv theso incks sold for an nvernce of raorp than $123.00 nt our snlo last full. Jennets will be enred for nfter June 1st and will bo bred to cither iack nt $20 to insure a colt. J. H. Woods E. P. Woods. Stanford. Kentucky. WASHINGTON MONUMENTS OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OV- II 2 I ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE UNLESS YOU CARE TO HAVE IT SO. OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED AND CONSIDERING QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. Wm. Adams & Son AO M RrniHnriv JEWEL INSURANCE Pedigree Sired by Chester Jewel, out of Second Jewel by Chester Dare. First dam by Crit Davis, ho by Washington Denmark, 04. This is a handsome combined stallion, a rich bay. threo year old; Ho will make his 15 hands high. first season at my place on tho Crab Oichnrd nnd Ottouheim road, two mile3 from Otteubeim at $10 to insuro a living colt, season duo when colt is foaled, or maro sold, traded or bred to another horse. M. PIKE Crab Orchard, Ky. R. F. D. No. 1 h Make your home as modem for your family as a fee MR. FARMER: -esidence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to leadiiuarters, Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are not at present eujoyiug telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our linen cover tho States of Kentucky Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tLe Southern portiou of Indiana aaii Illiuois. CUMllERLAND TEL. dfc TEL. CO. (INCOKrOHATKD' RURAL TELEPHONES. syj T -- !i XT U PlUaV rltT4 b Dr. Dr. Wlea' LaxaUvn Tablet far children. r ""SfSSSSiisiSs nan .. mmm THE STANFORD MTEHIIW JtUB HAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. rWJBS THE FARMERS K'1I aasjf HORSE MULE and COW Ont-Kqu- nl Oat-Equ- Feed al Fred Hnndorf. faa sack of . Order vour drlvinq horse. J. H. Bauahman Oat-Equ- al Ioted esAssss Two Profits From the Same Land at the Same Time I I Wc have just received ft full carnnd Alcorn load of feed. This is a well bnlnnced feed, mixed in cqunl parts of Ground Alfalfa, Rolled Oats, Cracked Corn and Barley with 10 per cent Sugar House we esMolasses. The pecially recommend for stallion!!, lacks nnd driving horses. Price Tho Alcorn $2.20 per cwt. being heavier in corn is best for draft horses. Price $1.90 per hundred. Try n sack. You will like it. A Co. A tobacco setter tlmt hn been used only n few days for sale nt n bargain nt W. II. Iliguins'. Gntewood Benzley sold n cow nnd rnlf to Mr. Itiisscl for 75. For Kent. Forty acres good blue riv - &. ' J. I H. Baughman & Co, Stanford, Kentucky. 'OS& - a ii i& lift ir KtfJ ?- Do You Want a Silo? g a? ,. m This cut shows you what we are now prepared to construct 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 contracted for six and cannot build but a limited num ber, so you had better not delay, but get in next We have the territory of Lincoln and Garrard counties. Telephone 136 U.1M as gross pasture for the yenr 1012; two running springs yenr nroiiud. Write Ilo. 4.", Mc Kinney Ky Uti-'I hare 240 bushels of German millet seed for pale; grown from south, ern seed; first class seed. V. S. 31-- 0 Wigham, Morcland. Kv. Came to my place nix ewes and four Iambs. Owner enn yet same by ivtyinir for their keep nnd this adv. 30-.Tom Duddeinr. I have iust returned from Indiana with a shipment of nice general purpose horses. In the bunch are a team or two of extra nice Percheren mares, 5 and 6 vears old, just the thing for big mule breeders. They are for sale privatelv at Nunnel-lev- 's Stock Yards. See me er S. J. Myers there . Chas. Lutes. The Hurley Tobacco Society Wednesday eloped n denl for the purchase of Strater Uros., tobncco factory, nt Louisville. The price wns in excess of jJ.JOO.000 nnd wns paid in seven cheeks, the lowest for $50,-00- 0 nnd the largest for $100,000. President Clnrence Lebtis, Charles 11. Herrymnn, of Lexington, mid Lister Witherspoon, of Versailles represented the Hurley Society. The Hurley Company nnnouneed tlmt the purchase of the Strnter plant does not interfere with the plnn to build u miimmntii iiinnt nt Lexington, twice tne size ot the Strnter. I nm standing two jacks at mv place this season, one' nt $10 nnd the other at .12.50 to insure. M. S. uaughman. 32-- 3 Alcorn at SI. 90 per 100 pounds is aood for vour cow or draft horse. J H: Bauqhman & Co. For Sale. Five shares bonk- - Ktnnt-Stnte Bank & Trust Co. Call on or write. Dr. W. F. Watkins. Mny-woo- d, Ky. 34.4p. O. W. King sold his fine harness lmr.se to Joe E. Wright nt Junction Cil fW ?200. Frank Hell sold n combined hor.se to William Burton, of Lancaster, for $00. Liberty J. 1. Wfltrli ? ? dim 1A7 AIT 1 ff fll Not for the Biggest Show on Earth But Something Even More INTERESTING! greater its value and THE more fertilethe crop. the larger evenly; your land, Farm land is made fertile by spreading the proper quantity of stable manure. Therefore, the farmer vho uses an I H C manure spreader collects a double profit. He mar-kc- ts heavier crops and his land is made more valuable. To find out how this is done, see your local dealer and have him show you an SEE NEXT TUESDAY'S ISSUE FOR PARTICULARS. (Irade 7. .Myrtle Cum, Ida Martin. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Cut litffe nnd Mr. and Mrs. George Tucked motored down troin llustonville Sunday afternoon and spent u few boms with Mr. mid Mr- -. J. . Itoutt. Misses Muttie Bishop and Mary Keller, of McCorinnek and Stanford, are visiting Mrs. George Routt Mr. Peter Carter and daughters Misses Laura and Maude and Mrs. Anderson Nunnelley kere guets of Mrs. (oy Spears last Wednesday. Misses Catherine Murphy nnd Isa Flojd are visiting Mrs. Anderson Xunnelley this week. Mrs. John Lutes hn returned to her home in Highland after a visit to her son. Mr. Oreelev Lutes. Mrs. J. F. Oover has returned from nn extended visit to her daughter, Mrs. V. II. W'orsham, of Cor-bin. I H C Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century Corn King or Qoverleaf The local dealer will show you why an I H C spreader does the best work why it makes the most of the manure it spreads. The service he can render you is worth dollars to you and it costs you nothing. Buy an I H C manure spreader from your local dealer and collect double profit from your farm. of Miller Oeariey. Mr. 0. (I. Hcnzley, n prominent liver man, of this citv, surprised his many friends, hy motoring over to Daliullc Wednesday anil obtaining license to marry .Miss Hettie Miller, of ledge villc, llojle county. They went fiom Danville to Lancnster where they were married at 2:30. After the marriage they then motored to Versailles, where a delightful supper was sened bv Mr. and Mr. John (irav. Thej are in Lexington now spending a few days with her They will return home lenitives. Mis' brother. Mr. K. T. Saturday. Ilcnzlo and wife went with them. 1 New Stock WALL PAPER AT COST. I have added a complete assortment of New Spring Wall Papers to my stock and will sell same at cost along" with my other stock until sale of business as whole is made. New goods carried over, at almost your own price. Paints, varnishes and supplies at reduced prices. This marriage was the ending of a happy romance of several years, All join in good wishes f,ir a life of much joy and happiness. PUBLIC SALE. iflttrnttloul Hamster Coipiiy fcofpratl Aairlei USA Xews. guest of Mises Josenhine ami Muri-nnii- ii Xunnelley. The purpoie ot this Bureau Ii to furnlih. tree of charge to all. the belt intormitio i obtainable on better (arming. It you hm 3 Mises Mnbel McClure nnd Ada anr onhr questions concerning ic -crops. Isnd trnlna, Irrigation, (trtlllier, Ada Dunn I'ruitt of Morcland meie etc.. make your Inquiries specific and send here for a few hours Tuesday. them to I II C Service Bureau. Harvester building. Chicago. USA .Mr. .). W. liooch is on the sick list Mrs. Hrndshaw is ill at this writ- Okif Miss Clara Cash was the West Knd OF UKAL KSTATK AND I'KKSOX- AL I'UOI'KltTV. IHCSrrkBMa Saturday. May 18, 1912, I PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. Farm for Rent. 70 acres all under fence, 15 for cultivation, 35 acres in woods, 20 acres in timothy grass besides the woods crass. 15 acres furnished free to a Rood man who will take care of fence and ing. v Sold in Lincoln County by PUBLIC SALE As executor of the will of the Into Anderson Carr. I will sell nt public outcry to the highest nnd best bidder, in .Stanford. Ky., in front nT the conit house door, nt 2 I. M.. on Saturday. May 25, 1912 The following real estate, situated in Lincoln county, Ky., nbout two miles south of Stanford, Ky., nnd bounded as follows : On the enst by the lands of Jas. I'ettus and Wtu. Kiiiighuian, on the south by the lands of Tom Crow nnd others, on the west by the county lo.id. on the north by lands of Jacob (lander, containing 85 acres of land, more or less. This land will be surveyed before the day of sale and will be sold by the acre in accord ance with such survey. Terms of Sale: I'uiehaser to give good and apirroved bankable notes for the purchase money, one half llieieof due nnd payable six months from date of sale, and tho balance in twelve months from date of sale, lien retained on laud sold for such deferred payments. I will, as such executor, nt the same time and place, sell a lot of personal property, including a show case, n lot of brick nnd other things too numerous to mention. A. T. Nunnelley. Exor. & M09SMOBOaH9M01J0M?0M3M3a0M0003iBOOSBOiaosaOi OMOWOMOflBOMOMoaiOMOflHOMOMOMOnoaaoMOSBoaBOOaMOa Ti"f-- ft 515 n em CALL AT - II oo i'i ill OS l'ulnki Ir. sl dred head of hogs averaging 200 ty, nnd Mis Mary llryiiut I pounds nt 7.50 per hundred. They John Jumper, of me besides wood, and garden and gooo. wna. write me at 718 East Fremont St., Bloomington, III., tho owner. Mrs. Annie B. Sweeney. Mat Cohen has purchased from Richard Gentry in Boyle one hun- stock, collect mouev and send S J.LBeazley, Agt Stanford, Kentucky Middleburq. coun- were nr. n.- E. T. Pence's and see the latest style -- II !SI olo kil j . II SBO ill CORN PLANTER. THIS IS SOMETHING NEW. ( ill iSi i'i III ) Fertilizer of All Kinds. Ks- ii II II i'i IIS Sheep Dip and Fly Spray keeps the flies off the horses and cows. OSBOVOMOMOVOVOaBQSMOnOMOiMOMOMOMOaMOSBOMOMOaBOiHOI ill i'i oiojcfo SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, may the fifth. $1.50 J i: I I j.50 Round Trip Trli Raund SPECIAL TRAIN Lvt. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. dam by Imp. Dobbin II; 2d dam Imp. Nunon bv Iuid. Dobbin III. I will Bland my fine Shetland stallie is a beautiful black and white lion Dock for the season of 1012 at splendidly marked and an aristocrat the farm of S. J. Embry on tha Lan- all over. Just 40 inches high and caster pike, at $10 to insure aliving the sweetest little horse you ever colt. saw. Doek U one of the finest bred S. J. Embry, Jr., BuetiemU ever brought to Kentucky, Stanford, Ky. by Imp- - Blue Eye; 1st He b sire Mfcite DOCK. JW quietly married here on the evening were shipped to Cincinnati. Mr. William Moer sold a fine of the 13th iust. This wedding was mare to H. K. Wilson, of Lexington, not ii surprise ti unyone here, us for $325. She was by King Eagle, the doctor had been making frequent owned by Harris and Woods. visits here of late, and seemingly Writing in the Farmer'.- - Hone bent on securing for housekeeper Journal "Observer" says; Dignity on,, of Casey's best girls. 11U bride Dare recently purchased by J. F. is the daughter of Mi. Annie Uw Harhee of Miller.sburg, has an envia- ant here, and sister of W. C. iiryant, ble reputation ns n sire of high class a leading merchant ot this place. horses. In addition to being n fine She is ii member of the l!:ipti-- t horse nnd n .sire of fine horses, he church and was piouiineut in the nls. impnits u little step to hi pro- woik of that church. Dr. Jasper i duce more than u usually po 'pssed said to be well up in his profession by the descendant- - of Che-tOn re. and to enjoy u lucrathe mictice. In making the puichnse of Mr. H.ir- Kev. C. T. Cluuiieh. pastor of the lee wns infiienced by the good shew- Baptist church, officiated in this ing that had been made b- - nro-si- ii wedding, and on the .same afterChester Dare mnie on horse of the noon said the words tlmt made W. (5 Chief strain so tho horses Gaddis and .Miss Nora Jones one. L'riah Vundeveer, who is quite a secured to revpr.se the cio-- s a- - a .successful fisherman is having a mni.irnv ol the Harhee inure are to the grand old sou of Clark good stieak of lack this soring. In Chief." the last few days he has caught thice The lioaxl uf directors of Spring channel cats wh.tse weight aggrefield, Washington county, voted $5011 gated 10 oiintl. Cncle Ciiali de in premiums for mules nnd jacks. lights in fishing, and rarely ever has Announcement was made today "fisliei mans luck. by local millers of the expected ri-- e The Fiscal Court will meet at Libin flour to 20 cents on the hundred. erty Thursday .May 12 to reconsider This lias been looked for some time, the school levy. Superintendent J. on account of the senreitv of winter !(". Lay thinks 13 cents on each one wheat and the very poor outlook frr liuiKlred dollars i, jiisutticient !i nny kind of a crop this yenr. This pay the running expenses of the is general over the country, nnd has schools this year. And Judge Wells pievniled in other states for some, lias called the court together to conbut is just reaching local firms. Kv sider the matter. The indications ar, en at this price flour is the cheapest that there will be some "bay steer" but it will be like il the necessities ot life. It is snul peiformances, t!ie Kentucky crop will be half its kicking qgninst the piicks. usual run. Winchester Uenioctat. The Casey County Xews suggests Judgj Walker of Lancaster, as a All Kinds of Meats Go Up. suitable horse to trot out againt HiiTvey The price of beef ami pork has Hon. Helm for congress. mateiially advanced within the last Judge Walker would likely trot along tliiee or lour weeks on the Kentucky a fast as any reoiiblicau in the dismarket, ai cording to statements trict but the fastest would be too made by local dealeis. They say, slow to beat Harvey Helm, hense the floolishness f trofting out Judge However, that but slight advancement has been made in the pace of Walker or Judge anybody else. The Deet and poik by ictail. The ad- Xews thinks Casey would give the vance in the price of beef Hinges Judge oOO majority. In this it might from to $4 per hundred, while be off its "pegs". Xot many yenrs pork has advanced about the same since Casevgae a snbstanciiil demo amount. The dealers attribute the cratic majority, nnd history some, advance of beef to the scarcity of times repeats itself. Who knows but beef cattle. Steaks aie ictailiug at it might do so Xovember 1012? 20 cents per pound, louud steaks at 15 ceirts and chucks at 12 cents per Turnersville. pound. The inice of hud and bacon Honor Roll of Tuniersvillo school has advanced correspondingly with for month of April. tho advance of poik. Spring chickGrade 1. Mnrinnnn Xunnelley, ens aie selling at CO cents each. Oover. Georgo Hotttt, Jnmes .Meats are probably never so high in Jack McCormack. the spring as at this time. Grnde 2. Claru Camenisch. Hull, Ruth 3. Mavme Grade Watch for the greut K. of 1. at the opeta house next Fri- Spears, day niht. Duu't mi-them. Grado 4. Kverett HcQill, er .V-'min-streU ., My farm of 7fi acres, just outside the city limits of Crab Orchard, Kv bouse This farm has n good Has as fin,, and good white sulphur water lis there is in the state. Also at the same time and place, will sell another faun, containing Kit) acres, located about five miles south of Ciab Orchard, Ky., and known as the Atchison farm. This farm has house, a good apple orcha ard ami a good many fiue Deaci, tries; also n good deal of tine wnite oak and some poplin liniliet. The personal property consists of one good milk cow giving four gallons of milk a day. One yea i ling heiler calf; chickens; 1 new riding jilow, some old stxle furnitun : I cooking stove. 2 heating stoves chairs extension table, dishes j feather beds and pillows, and many other things too numerous to mention. Terms of Sale. On the real estate, one-hacah and balance in three equal pa men Is on one. two nnd three years time, secured by lien notes. On personal pioperiv sales, cash in hand. Sale to eor.iiuence at 10 o'clock A. M.. Saturday, May IS. seu-nty-fivlf 1012. C. H. Adams. .'Ki-F- td J. Owner l. Chandler. Auct. Nice Place For Sale. will sell privately my farm of Tit ncr.s on the Ottenheim pike. 2 2 miles fiom Mnvwood. six miles from Stanford, contains good hous of ." rooms, big barn nnd other outbuildings; 2 good wells. Write or foice nnd see it. Fred Xikolln, II. V. p I). Xo. 1, Stanford. Ky. I 33-S- A.E. GIBBONS DANVILLE, KY. 14 Nice Building Lots at Public Auction ! i 1 Situated in the Land Addition on Lancaster Street. Under decree of the Lincoln Circuit Court, I will sell at pub lic auction on 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 desirable. They will be sold on a credit of six months, purchaser executing bond with good personal security, with six per cent, interest, payable to the undersigned. E. D. PENNINGTON, Master Commissioner L. C. C. l i x 'f''i ' . M ii- - ,.