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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): May 7, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912050701_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): May 7, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - The Interior Journal! VOL. XXXIX NO. 37. ni If STANFORD 'LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1912. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY!. Clip and Fill Out the Blank below and Nominate Your "Favorite" at onoe INTERIOR JOURNAL'S GREAT $500 POPULARITY CONTEST STARTS SATURDAY, MAY 'nn OREAD TYPHOID ABE NEWTON DEAD TAKES S. D. BARTLEY Prominent And Popular Traveling Man, Who Married Local Girl Dies Here Monday Prominent Hustonville Man Expires After Short Illness. Are Not Candidates For Hustonville, May 0. MISSES JACKSON AND FETTRO QUIT FACULTY Two New Members Of School Nt Expose Has Beei Spire! tt Nike Ths tke Greatest Newspaper- -A Cutest Ever Atteaptd by a Ctotry Icatfii $350 Piatt tie Grari Prize. DIAMOND RINGS AND ELGIN WATCHES in Nomination Today, Yeur Are Among Other Prizes-Sen- d or Single Own Name or That ef a Friend-Marri- ed Particulars of Ladiee Are Eligible-Fu- ll This Great Race Given Below. todav an- friends will see that vou do not lose The Interior Journal its creut 500 Prize Ponu-larit- v out. nounced Who 'Mav Enter the Contest. Oont-- t to decide who are the Anv ladv (either married or most Donular vounur ladies in this oossesaimr a food character section of Kentucky. It U. without a aeabt. the ereutet cnmoaimi ever and residinir in this section of Ken. alternated bv anv couutrv newstm-D- tuckv. mav enter this contest. Thev in this section of the state. be subscribers to th do not The Interior Journal hat consist- Interior have to in order to enter: ently 'uek to the oolicv of irivimr its all that Journal is necessary is to send in readers the verv bent value for their the ii nine nnd address of the part. moiiftv. souietlunir in keet)inir withits ou wish to nominnte. The nomiposition in the stnte and vicinity. nation blank will count 1.000 votes Homrlhinir that is fair and hone. for the Indv so nominuted. Votes while at the name time maintaining mav be dinned from the nuner or se- the Inch standard that the Interior ured on subscription. The votes Journal linn nlwavs foueht for. both which appear in the Interior Journal a a newspaper and as a imi-- il in- are irood for 25 votes each, if voted fluence in this part of the state. before date of exmration printed on Hire is the Idea. the caution. Those issued on subIn the next few weeks the Inter- scription nre according to the lenfth ior J..arr.st is soir.s to ir.vo awav of the, subscription as shown elseover 500 iu prizes includiiiL' a fool) where in this announcement. Under Werner Piano, two beautttul .Dia- the contest arrangement, vou onlv mond Kintr. two handsome 15 lewel; have to compete ncniut vour own ed Elgin Watches and a nttmbei or district lo .secure anv of the district other prizes to the most uiilar prizes. CnndiiLite and their friends voniur ladies in this section. The mnv secuie otes and subscriptions Interior Journal want new sub- iinvwheie. the scribers and l'"s cone to hand-on-treat How to Enter ie exoen.se of Imviinr these llv sendiiii: prizes in order that we mnv eel blank nnneiiritiir in the nomination elsewhere. nro-r-Ithem nuieklv and at the (.Mine time filled out. vou will become a canadvertise the paper extendi elv. didate in the meat Popularity nnd How Decided. Pi ire Contest. You can win one of The vounir Indie to share in the the valuable prire which will be will be civen Rwnv in a lew short weeks. A tlistnbution of these prizes decided bv the iMimilar vote of the little effoit. combined with nere-verenxieonle. Ilecinninc todav. there will and tact, all that is needful lie published in the Interior Journal lur vou to win the one you want. coupon which will be cood for 2o The paramount nuestiiut NOW U to a -.otes for the vounir Indv for whom enter vour name in this competition, it is voted. Hut bv far the auickest jmmedintelv upon receipt of the and bet method of secunmr vote i nomination blank benriinr nnr name to set vour friends nnd nc.iuniiitnn-oe- s the necessiirv book nnd instructions to subscribe for the Interim I wil' be sent ou. Journal. Votes arc is- - l "online ! The First Thlno to Do. Iu the lemrth of the subscription lis I rut out the nomination hlnnMind explained iu another unit of tin fill in with vour name ami address, .iniiomicumcut. inuuiuale vonr-sel- t. vou wish Your friends will le clod to sub- etc.. if with the to or iinnie nnd address prize scribe niul heln von win the whom mav wish to vou desiie. Don't be afraid to ask i.l anv one He eiv mhi to write know vou ure in the nominate. them. Let 'them plaiiilv, so that then mav he no win nnd tliev will come contest to beiinr lende. We ol to Vour aid in n imiuncr tlmt will aNo wish nil ctror to impress upon candivou. Not onlv vour lriends importance of seciirius the but other people dates the and t name nnd addresses of all iu vour section ns well, will cive corretsiibseribets. o that there mav their vote- In ou. if vou show them tiewno l.e iiunecessarv delav iu stnTtinu hut vou reallv want to win. Hundreds of people have no Pctsntinl the naiieix. The Second Thinn To Do. lricudi in the coutot and it bus been the experience of the contest Send or brill'- -' the nomination nmnncer that these people tlnow blank t the contest Maiintrer. Intertheir votes to some one iu their ior .lout mil office, and vou will be ncichhorliDod who is tr tuir bind to ct edited with 1.0110 votes toward make a wiiiuiuc enimmiLMi. Every wiiiuiii-- one, of 'the niizes, and wiU one likes to see an ambitious nil I be L'iveii titiuted matter to l)e i r. and is nlwnvs chid to heln those iu securin" subscriptions to this vlio heln themselves. If von cannot cull, phone or wiite. and n repieseiitalive will cnll. Get an Earlv Start. It is udvisablo that vou eel an nnd ei(aiii the lan of the contest onrlv start in this ureal nice for iu detail, and will render vou r to It is better n assistance, iHsiliie. Clio ihe vlorv and mize.s. bliiuk ftoin issue. lis); nuestioiis thuu to have to corond it to the contest mutineer unil rect mistakes Inter. The Third Thlno to Do. ask him to send the printed matter A to heln iu vour cnmimicu. It resoon ns vou are nominated, quires io extra time in such a see Mine friends: cot them to subif vou do not wish to cive it, scribe in vour lawn to The Interfor we lurni-- h various wuvs to bete ior Journal (The vote scale w:,l be ou. It is iu- -t a iiucstion of meet-in- s found on this pairc). Sn'inl or briiu; vour fiicnds ticmmintnnees. all subscriptions to the, contest tie u ml the people vou see everv dav. uarliiient of The Interior Journal, To iret started richt and enrl' iu the with the proper remittance, nice is the iniiiu thiiiir. TIp-i- i vour nnd upon leceint of same votes will sin-ulel er ce nos-iltili- lv -r in-penoun-natio's enui-nniirn urow discouraged. Puv "o attention to how uianv votes some one else mnv tell thev have to their credit" look nfter vour own cndidacv and thnrchv set a cood cxatanie to the other candidates. The Fourth ThltM to Do. As soon ns vou have secured one subscription, iro after another in vour snare time. This contest busi ness need not interfere vith vour Ilfiwnver. riMFiilrtr irnrk. ir vou were to pnend vour time for the next few weeks domur notlumr but secur-ini- r sulisnriiitinns to the Interior Journal, the rewards for vour ef forts would ouitc suffice to pav vou raanv times over. Rules of the Contest. The contest is onen to anv ladv (either married or silicic) and residinir cood, charatcer. withm the limits of the territory of the contest. Candidates and their friends mav secure nubscrintioiis unvwhere. No pnecial ballots will be issued for leas than a dollar. Candidates must be entered from the district in which thev reside, and cannot move from one district to the, other and retain the votes to their credit in the foimer district. The c-te- st manaeer reserves the richt to reiect anv candidate and to nass final imlcment on anv question which mav arise.. Votes once issued cannot be chantreil to count for another candidate. Candidate compete onlv niM1'"-- " the co'itestnuts livimr in the same district as themselves, for the district orires. The contest mnnaeer reserves the richt to, ina ke anv chances or alterations in the rules and condition that mnv be neceirv to the best interests of the contest. No nromise or ocreement. either written of verbal, made bv agents, solicitors or renresriitaliie. other than those published in the Interior Journal will be recognized. The rules and conditions civen above ate to eovern the contest of the Interior Journal, and all candidate eritemnr the contest ncree to bccovenusl bv 'the rules and conditions as above set forth. Hew Votes are Secured With eveiv subscription to The Interior Journal, (when it is asked fori is civen a bnllot cood for a certain number of votes, accordinc to the lenetlt of the subscription. Thejse ,bnllots mav be held as lomr as desired mid voted nt anv time up lo the Inst dav of the contest. Iu fact, it is well to hold back a lurcer per cent, of vour vote ballots, ns the- - no one knows how manv votes vou hnve. and aie less likelv to have someone who knows that vou have turned in nil of vour subscriptions and had the vote published, to step in at the last moment, and secure the prize vou desire. If vou hold back part of vour ballots. tu one Knows (not even contest department lor no record is kept of vote ballots issued to ".on! how manv thev must have to win. and will not take the chance of ieiidiuc their inonev for luitliinc. Value of Ballots ,1'oliowinc is (he schedule of vottv. on payments of subscription cien to tne Miintortl Interior Journal " -venrs 7.000 vole UO vein .121.(100 voles nos-sesxi- inei4. Onen started, do tint Board Choten Abo NewtonTiied nt his home here Sunday, after a short illne of a Election of two city school trus S. D. Hartley died at the home of, complication of troubles. Mr. Newtees was held in Stanford Saturday Mr. and Mrs. George. C. Givens, on ton had been in Lebanon for severthe Hush Branch nike Monday after al days, and returned home ill, and to choose successors on the City Board of Education to Messrs. T. D. noon nt one o'clock, after a lengthy !sank rapidly Mr. Newton was 50 Raney and J. C. Eubanks, whose illness of typboid lever. His deutu, years of age, nnd had long been a though not unexpected, as he has resident of the West End, having terms had expired. - Mr. Raney was and M.- B. Salin was been very low for the past several been encazed in the hotel business chosen to take Mr. Eubanks' place days, conies as a heavy blow to the for a number of years. The deceason the board. young wife, and the sympathy of a ed is aurvived by his wife nnd seven Election of seliuul trustees is viva host of friends will go out to her in children, three boysand four eirls. voce. Ibis is the last election ol this deep hour of bereavement. Mr. Newton was interested with his this kind, at wbch men only have It has only been a few short years brother, Sylvester Newton, in the the sole vote. Under the law recent since, Mr. Hartley came to Lincoln Newton Hotel, at Somerset, and othly passed by the legislature, women county, and wooed and won one of er enterprises. The remains were may vote at all school elections. her fairest daughters. He was one taken to Campbellsville Tuesday, for The School Board held a meeting of the most successful men ou the interment. all of the last week and load for the big Brinley-IIard- y present, faculty of the Stanford Machine Company, a Louisville, LOTS GO WELL Graded and High School, with the and made friends wherever he went. evception of Misses Bertha JackHe became very popular in Stanford Satisfactory Prices Realized For son, teacher of elocution and exand to know him was to love him. Tracts in Land Addition pression, and Miss Ethel Fettro, of Mr. Hartley was a resident of the vocal department. Neither Was Corydon, Intl., where he was one of Much interest was manifested an applicant for The He imonz real estate men and property the most prominent citizens. teachers who will have charge of was a member of the Christian buyers in the sale of the lots owned departments next term have church, nnd n leading Knight of Pythias. The lodge there telegraphed to Diadem lodge, of this city, to takc cbarcc of the remains and the local knights did everything pos- these W. B. Land, in the Land not yet been selected. Much regret Addition to Stanford, on Lancaster will be felt on all sides that these MTeet. There was a cood crowd at two most competent and popular inthe sale, notwithstanding the fact structors will not be in the faculty that there was no brass band to the coming school year. They have sible. "whoop 'er up" ns was the case done splendid work on the faculty Mr, and their places will be very hard niir ill iq llndnratnnit tlinf tlla nrinu rani. to fill. Lucy Miller Qivens, he is survived . i7cd were snt;8factory. The follow-b- y a child, by a former marriage, "j, bought lots: Presldentall Race. and his aged parents, who arrived j ja;ei; Dnk Farmer, two lots, one The standing in the race for in time from their home in Indinna.'nt $3(J nnd one at $30. Common-t- o delegates is as follows: see their son before he passed wealth's Attorney George D. FieRepublican Tfaft 409, Roosevelt 'ence. four lata, nno nt tin rcer the dark river. -, 235, Lafollette 36, Cummins, Services were conducted at the 36, one at $42 and one at $49; P. 46. A great many of the Given- - on Tuesday, W. Whipp two home of Mr. lots, one nt $38 and Tuft delegates are contested. after which the temains were takeu one at $37; W. P. Buchanan, three Democratic Clark 193, Wilson back to his old home in Indiana for lot, one at $34. one nt $50 and one 114, Underwood 62, Harmon 8, interment. ,nt $195. He later sold this last lot 105. t.) S. J. Embry, Jr., for $200. Mr. B0WEN W. GIVENS lEmbry hns another lot adjoining it. Attention, Fanners W. A Carson got one lot for $33, R. Saturday, May 11th. at 2 o'clock Can- - M. N'ewlnnd Makes Announcement Of His one for $84 and Mrs. in the afternoon at Stanford court didacy For Sheriff Alice .Land one for $570. house, the farmers of the entire pres-identunin-structunih-slructed t '41 a t - M V TV $ l - by the late i t . ail 'Wri Y ed IS 10 S " .'I win 1 ."1.000 veins vear Nominate a 'Candidate. NominatlM Wank Bood for 1,000 Votes. CONTEST DEPf INTERIOR JOURNAL: I hereby nomfnate as a candidate In your $500 Popularity Conte.t: NAME venrs . vcan . 1 vear . 000 voice How Prizes Will Be Distributed J he Orainl Prize the beautiful S'lotJ.IKI Werner Piano. will be uwaided to the contestant who luis the hichet vote polled in the entire contest.. The contestant stnndiiic hichet iu the first district nfter the chind pnro has been uwnvded. will be civen n handsome Diamond It inc. ,Thc contestant slundinc secomt hiche.st iu the first district nfter the crand nrize has been awarded, will riveu a 15 icwclc.l VAdu Woldi. stnndinc hichest , I lie contestant in the second district, after the crand prize has been awuided. will beuiveu u hundsome Diamond Itinc. The contestnnt standinc second Inchest iu the second district niter the crand prize has been awarded, will be awarded u 1." ieweled Klein !! wars . 0.000 7.50(1 , . votes otes 4.f00 votes 'J.400 votes l..rnu votes vote' l. Vutch. Address . .. Y NOMINATED Address Send necessary blanks and Instructions. Note Only one nomination blank will be accepted for any one candidate. Division Of Districts The territory of the contest will be divided into two districts ns follows: . IHstrtiet No. 1. Include the qf Stanford and all of Mncoln county. District No. 2. Includes the outside of Lincoln countv which IS COVeied bv tile Inlnrinr Joumnl. Ill seudinc in nominntions nlwnvs state the district in which tb pun. .cstunt resides and also cive her pot office address. Address all nominations, kwuirles communications etc to the. Coetest jManaMr. The interior Jowml Stan ter-ulo- rv county are urged to be present. The Confederate Traia Wrecked occasion is the last lecture of a se Hattiesburg, Miss., May 6. Nine ries delivered by Prof. Wm. M. Mar- persons, including three women and tin, assistant state organizer of the two eluldien, .were nnd fiftv-fiv- e .Farmers' Union, Kentucky division Hijureu wnen tne Inst sec- Mr. Martin is thoroughly informed fctn-i- i tion of the "Van Zandt Confederate and will instruct and entertain all Veteran's Special'' of eleven cars, who hear him. The principal pureu route from Texas to the annual pose and expectations of the organ reunion nt Macon, Ga., was wrecked ization will be explained. All questhi morninir on a trestle, n. mile tions will be gladly answered. All Fouth of Eastabudiie, Miss., on the farmers and their friends are urged Jvew Orleans & Northeastern rail, to be present at the courthouse on this occasion. load. The locomotive, baggage car. one day conch and three tourist sleepers Mrs. Chasteen Di-- s in the West End. Mrs. Priscilln Chasteen. beloved were derailed and tumbled down a Inch embankment, making a con- wife of llenrv Chasteen. fell asleep glomerate mass of wood and iron to awaken, some b richt morninir Prominent Kentucky Woman Dead debris. Although sewral hundred amidst that citv that has of unda- who-- e maker and builder is Mnrv Campbell Hairernian. ,wife Confederate wrteraus were aboard linns, God. After a beautiful life of more H. C. Hacermaii. president the train, not one of Prof. was numbered Female of Cuiiipbell-Hncerma- n the dead. Several of the vet- than 05 vears. like a colden sheaf of Lexinctou. died in Chicnco uinoiur erans were injuied, but none fatally. of eruin. came to its end Mav. 1. last week, after an operation. 1912. She was born November 21. Mr?. Iliiirerninii was one of the 1847. in Mercer countv. where she Looks Like A Winner women of Ken most widelv-know- n resided most of her life. She was tucky. She wus a dauchter of the' married October 18. 1879 to Henrv Hon. Rodman W. Keenon, of late Alexander Campbell .founder of To this Chasteen. of this countv. the Church of the Disciples, and forwho is a candidate for union wns born, one son. Ravmond. mer piesideut of Bethany Collcce State Central Committeeman from who now resides in Indianapolis, West Virciniu. She is survived bv the Eighth district, was here last Ind.. and as the death came so sudher iuisbiiiid. a dauchter. Mrs. llnl-for- d denly, to the cood woman, he was Wntson. of Chicnco: her moth- Friday, looking over the situation, not able to be with, her at the end. er. Mrs. Alexander Campbell, of this which he has found very favorable She was converted i" her enrlv d citv: live bntthers. the Rev. Robert over the district. Mr. Keenon is joined the Baptist church and Campbell, of Danville. Alexander remained steadfast to the end. ( aiupbell. of Hot linn v. . a Wil - ,oun - .v Attorney of Mercer, nnd is The Rev. Jnmes Edmistou. of limit Campbell ot Gary. Ind.. Archi- - one of the best known young demo- - Purksville preached the funeral amid bald Cauiubell. of San Francisco, pruts m this pnit of the stnte. He the tenr of the whole community. nnd Kwintr Campbell, of Reno. New looks like n suro We wish' we had room for the beauwinner. and one .sister. Mrs. Alexander tiful thin".s that the pastor said of of Loudon. Enclaud her nt the sad. solemn hour. The iihtny friends here of Judce in intell"t: icfined with a FIVE NICE BUILDING Andrew F. Evans, a brother of W. most svmpathet'- - and social tin, LOTS FOR SALE. L. Evans, of Hustonville, nnd of ttie Invinc inu&ie nnd flowers, practical housewife, delichtim.' iu the songs of late Mrs. John C. Robinson, of Zion: nnd workinc for vears in the If not sold privately, we will on will be interested in his church and social life of her eouit day Monday Muy 13, 1912 at appoint nieiit ns until t!uilit-- t twelve or fourCity Attorney of 1:30 P. M sell tit public outcry to Kiiii-.ii- . vears whldi City, nt a salary of $8,000 teen bad henlth. wan Ulohiblled liv the highest bidder the following her Her lone life of service nnd heliM nice building lots in Stanford Ken- a ypnr. fulness has left fracralice nmonc US tucky. 1 lot 90x370 feet and 2 lots 00x Reserved seats on ale for K. of and in the erent dav. .manv will rise up and call her blessed, ao mav . minstrels, price 50c, 35c, 25c. 133 feet. These three facing Miller noace be to her dust. connecting; with Logau avavenue enue. Also 2 lots G0xltl8 feet fuciug " THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I Whitley street. These lots join each other. Will offer separate nnd then $500 POPULARITY CONTEST Must Be as a whole. Terms easy and right Voted on or prices. The sale will be nuidb on Miller I stteet between Logan and Whitley L-1 Hughes & Florence. avenues. will also sell tho residence of We FOR District No F. Eichenberger, close to the above Address lots, at' the same. time. This place contains ii five room This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed residence. It is u full acre corner to the Content Department of the Interior Journa, will count lot. Good barn, two cood cisterns, for the person whose, name is written thereon. cement cellar uud all necessurv These ballots must be fastened together in packages, enclosed in envelopes, before being deposited. Big minstrels by K. of P. lodge, . Friday night, May 10th. anW. Givens today Bowen nounced himself as a candidate fot the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ttubjeet 'to the action of the democracy at the primary which will be held the first Saturday in August, 1913. Mr. Givens resides iu the Hubble section of the county, and is one of the best known and hardest working democrats in this section. He has always been found on the firing line for the party, and unlike most of the hard workers, has never held office. His friends nre now insisting that it is his time to be recognized nnd on this ground, n lid rewarded, they will line up solidly behind him. Col-lece. Hnr-rodsbulift-nnMc-Gar- v. Cul-turn- ed coni-uiitnit- w V -- ( I r i i '.i I M I ., Good For 25 Votes Cil !I m vV & wtmmi6mn ttL.VriT ... 1&.. .nfcW.t,..at'gApgftf. i4-'i'- ,JH ii i.f. I, .M i- '- ry,. "5V m I l Kftf If THESTANFOBl INTERIM JIMNNAL STANFUM. ItENTUCKY.. .a T r y t r ' Hi " Beginning Wednesday, Nay 8th, AND CONTINUING FOR TEN DAYS hmhmph wmmmmm m mmm, We Will Offer Hundreds of Tailored Suits, Silk Dresses, White Dresses, Wash Dresses, Skirts and Waists at Very Decided Reductions MAY 8 TO 18. MAY 18TH Here practically at the beginning of the season you can make your selections from a full stock of new garments and get prices usually made at the end of the season. While there is a wide range of garments to select from we advise you-t- o come early and get your xhoice. SALE ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT, NO GOODS LAID ASIDE OR SENT OUT ON APPROVAL. $9.95 Tailored Suits You will be surprised $23.75 Tailored Suits The At this price we will offer you choice of any of our finest Suits. The original prices of these were $35, $37.50, $40 Materials mand, but for ten days we will offer every Whfte Dress at greatly reduced prices. None reserved. at the quality of these Suits. materials are fine Serges, Whipcords and Novelty cloths, all neatly tailored and 'silk lined. Colors are Navy, Black, Tans, Greys, etc., and the regular prices were $15, 17.50, and $18.50. , Wash Dresses All of our big line of TUB DRESSES will be Included in and $45. are finest possible and tailoring the very highest grade. this Sate and for ten days wjli be offered very cheap. Ma- $13.75 Tailored Suits This is the largest lot we will offer and consists of about seventy-fiv- e high grade Tailored Suits which were considered extra good values at $20. The materials are MEN'S SERGES in Black and Navy .and .many .single suits in Novelty materials, all handsomely lined with all silk Peau de Cygne, all in very latest models; and are suits that are usually sold at $25. Silk dresses Cheap Every Silk Dress In terials are Corduroy, Linens, son is Just beginning. Ginghams, Tissues, etc. Sea- $2 China Silk Slips (colors only) were $5. our stock, from cheapest to finest will We be offered at greaUy reduced prices during , this sale. haveyan unusually attractive line for you to select from. The materials are Foulards, Pongees, Taffetas, Silk Serges Chiffons, $3.95 Chiffon Waists During this sale we will offer choice Chiffon Crepe Meted rs and French Challies. Fifty styles of all our newest from $7 to $35. Many beautiful dresses will be in the sale Waists, were $6, for $3.95. Not a very big line, , at $9, $10, $12. but very choice styles. $16.75 Tailored Suits nils lot consists of about twenty desirable Suits, originally sold at $25 each. Every suit In the let is new and desirable and beautifully tailored and lined. $3.95 Silk Dresses about 25 Silk Dresses at choice for $3.95. The materials are All Silk Foulards, Pongees and We offer one lot of $5.75 Linen Suits Finely tailored Coat Suit, made of excellent quality pure Linen Cloth In natural color. a few c Wool Dresses. $19.75 Tailored Suits This left consists of about fifty Suits made by one w York's most exclusive tailoring concerns and better tailoring cannot be had at any price. Every detail ef these ef-Ne- White Dresses Finest line of Imported Voile and have ever shewn. Lingerie $45. AH $1.50 Silk Dresses we Petticoats made We will offer special for this sale Fifty Petticoats Suits, materials, linings, shaping of neck ami shoulders, and finishing, is perfect, and original prices were $30 te $35, and for ten days will be $19.75. Prices from $6 te styles, from ef Pure Silk Taffeta very plain to most elaborate, suitable Right now for all occasions. s the time for such dresses to be most in de These are in colors only. All other Silk Petticoats at very low prices for this . sale. at $1.50 each. A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. DANVILLE, KY. ITSHn JitJA mjii vvm twitf'' V -- f & i THC STAff M-J- WTCBIfW tt JtWWIAL STAirftt. j KPITOCKV. nHM.t.1 sm I II everything in Ladies' Summer Underwear 1-2C Jill t aiHUtutiMj t4.li nil OArrtuH 'From 7 Vests to Munsing, Union Suits at 50c snd SEVERANCE & SON 7 THAT "COW QUESTION $1 HEStfaESsaxs&aMaawPaw"' Going Some Beautiliil, All-Leath- fT H - i i II avsPgrcafsafafafafJrfti aVaoSa? SSrVS aaV wIsStJJ aaaa7 vN&t( -- x 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, IG buttons; in white, tan and black. gloves. All colors in Beautiful line of parasols, all colors and prices. Cotton corduroy, all colors. Striped batiste, Cotton voiles, Satin striped, Hosiery galore, Etc. long-white makes on the subject: Lexiugtou, May 1st.. To Mr. Joseph Bishop and Mr. HtntouvUlc correspondent; I was that Huston-vill- e under the infpres-io- u west dry in February, but from tho tone o fyour answer to my letter published in the I. J. something W wrong. What' are you fellows trying to hand met Listen Mr. Bishop: In tho firsti olnce I cofcratulate jou on owning a cow thnt produces a larger quantity of butter than any enw in this whole wide world, your tow gives 5 eallons of milk per day and each gallon will make 1 4 lbs butter. I never heard the like in tnv life. If it is n fair question I wifl ask wbeie in the world did this cow come from, how old is she and what doe she look likeT Listen 187 2 pounds butter per month from one cow or over 40 pounds per week. This cow is worth a million dollurs. If you ship tbe butter over here you can pet 30 cents, which would bring you $ou.25, you can cot 20 cents for the buttermilk, which would bring you $30 per ni onth or a urnnd total of $80.23 per month. If I owned your cow I wouldn't clerk a single dav longer fis I could live off the income deIf your rived from this wonder cow were eligible for tbe contest I would take off my lint to you nnd acknowledge that I am the worst bent mim who ever bonded about n cow. The content i for cows with no son, grandsons or great grnmlon. What prompted me in writing the first article was n linrt piece I notice-- ' in, th I. J. February telling about some h 1-1-- Yes I will go awny back and sit down and Ed Sibold Wants To See Her Give never boast again about my cow. In closing I "wish to thank the worthy ' Five Gallons a Day. young editor of the I. J. for his kindness in publishing my letter. If I am The "Cow" question secftis really beaten I had rather a Lincoln counproporto he' approaching serious ty person would beat me thnn any tions. Ed Sibolfl, of Leiington, who other person on earth. ED SIUOLD. started tbe cqnttst with hU account you tbe Fish and Bromley has soma reof! hw great bovine, regard to several best in life, health, accident, fire, marks to make in lightnirg, rindstons, livestock, other extra good otfes tiiat have burglary, plate glass, teams liabilibeen written about in tbe I. J. Here's ty, fidelity, etc. They write all kinds a low more remarks, Mr. Sibold of insurance. Compare their com- off my lint and keep quiet. with your Clothes tied up in a paper -i- t's a hand bag, suit case or a trunk now, and this is merely to remind you that we have them. er You can't go as vou once could offr Hand Bags, Deep top-- 12 panies with others. cut, wide at to 18 inches, at SPRING SUITING My new' spring and summer $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 A Genuine Horn Back Aligator Bag, Leather lined, Gold are now ready for your They comprise tba best on the market. I can suit anyone as to prico who had his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready made clothes. To hare them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made when quality and fit is considered. Come in and let me take your measure. H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. Plated lock and trimmings for $12.50. SUIT CASES-- We furnish you tome cheap ones at $2.00 to $3.50. A genuine COWHIDE suit case, as good frame, handles and lock aayou can put on one for $5 A better one, however; we can sell you at $6.50, $7.50 and $10.00. These bags and suit cases are all the celebrated "Lilly" and Lilly, when speaking of hand luggage, stands for quality, like Nettletoa does when speaking of Men's fine shoes. TRUNKS, 28 to 40 inches in size, at $3.50 to'$10. See Us Before"Buying Your Spring Goods Have nice Selection of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and see our Stock and be convinced. UlWlt U0&M9, ST oooooooooooooooooo J. McROBERTS ft Stanford, Kentucky Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. Moving Pictures of the Titanic Wreck (Not Slides) at the t Gem Theatre, Price to all, 10c. May 8, only bni four heifer calves and stated it wV doubtrtil if there was anyone owning a cow that could equal this relecord. I gave my cord und I consider the record 1 gnv0 n better one nnd hs to the quantity of milk, it wasn't men turned and has rolling to do with this contest. 1 will givo the record of my Sbe has 4 heifer cow again. calves, nnd her 2 oldest calves have four heifer calves, and what I would like to know is thU, who has a Jer--ecow that can beat tlnS record? Remember there must be iiolliiiitr but femaUs in order to be eligible for this contest. Mr. J. M. Luusford's, article in regard to his cow making two pounds of but ter per day, mid it closed by asking who could beat that? .My cow can for oiie. 1 nm safe in saying that my cow xi'ill mnKe It pounds butter h.t day as she gives II gallons of milk n day. When I sav U gallons, 1 mean It gallons strained and if I counted the foam when milking, 1 could live gallons n day. When it cones to the butter producing cow, Mr. Lunsford'.s cow and the one I have reference to nre uot m it with Mr. Bishop's cow ns hia nuiki - moie than twice the amount of mine and more (him three times the ninoiiiit of Mr. Lunsfoid's hut lit that I consider our cows of milk and butter V 's. owning u Jeiey cow that THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If you have had experience with the latter kind you don't want nnother. If you haven't tnke our advice and don't experiment. Buy our real paints nnd save yourself .disappointment nnd money as well. Stanford, Ky. J. A. ALLEN. Cultivators .- - v We have the Oliver and Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators, ready for this Season. Try One The Highest Market Price will be paid for all kinds of Produce, Hides" and Furs. See us before Vou sell, get price in couutry or delivered. W.EHiggins The Directors of This Bank are men well qualified for their responsibilities by long and successful experience in business and financial affairs. They are: JQHN' K. MEXEFEE, Si, . M. BRIGHT, V. 1). EDMISTOX, 1', C. lUNKIX, GEO. W. CARTER, l.ll.HURN' GOOC'II, W. II. (T.MMLVS, RAXTON', J. V. O. WALKER, A. T. NUNXELLF.V, S. J. KMIiliV, JR., House Cleaning Time ' ! Let us furnish you new matting and curtains W. E. PERKINS ' k Crab Orchird, Ky. Mr. Bislunt, hagr is a little propoPHONE 153. sition I submit to you for your consideration. If your cow give 5 gallons of milk u jluv and each gal. lbs butter, I will give you make my whole herd lor her, yes, I will go T.K-TUDOMsp. r. tiiia'o fiiitlici. In uitiuu ,ou f50 ensh extin anil pav-th- e in e.ieuu shipping cows. Mr. Bishop this is just a friendly letter nnd I hopt you will take it in the same spirit ,iii which it is given. . Don't understand uu to be insinuating that you didn't tell tho truth. I believe in making i tie statement you ilnl that you you were right and it was1 your honest belief, that your cow woulii ilo what you stated, but Mr. Bishop vou nre honestly mistaken, I have no desire to inquire your feelings nnd wouldn't for the world, ns I have great respect for you and ns unoerta'kkr and smsalmsii I said I hopo you will tnke what I STANFORD KENTUCKY. in the spirit in which it is have said written. Mr. Ilustoiiville corres- Office Phwi 167. Hmm Phstw 35. pondent vou will have to come ngnin. 1 nm still from, Missouri And roro N. the extreme' end of Missouri and'you L No. M, Mouth, II iN r. M. know when n person says he is from No. , Booth. 10146 A M. No.W. Mortta,ltDA. M. Missouri, the definition is show me No.M.Norlb.ftlt r. M. nnd when you show me a cow that No.ir,10:MA.M. Mo.K,l:ttr,M. can uliow more heifer calves in JOS. . RIO!, tbe same length of time, I will take l'j H. B. Northoott R; r. l. a J. v. v. ir. SHAXKS, V. ROCHESTER, uiTitnr.K. r. ;uathkvy T J. U McClary Thi Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentuoky CORNER NEXT TO COURTHOUSE he.-lieved First National Bank STANFORD, KY. Capital $80,000; Surplus $25,000 Small Asoauats Salleltad aari Raoalvad. They make up the larger amounts of our deposits. OUR SMALLEST DEPOSITORS RECEIVE i TIKE TXBLE THE SAME CAflE-FU- L AN! COURTEOUS ATTENTION AS THE LARGEST. Ant. " 7 V ,ii ts m :t Si, ..ytiiLW.t. y ' Yt- - - i ' i " 't '"fr"' ' ""-'- ' '! . , ' . .1 t It SPECIA LS for all of this week. Take Advantage of These Low Prices, May 4 to II, inclusive 500 yards 12jc quality light 03c 4 Percales, special price per yd 500 yds extra quality Gingham for dresses, waists an! petticoats "71c Fast color, replar 10c iiaHty, yi 2 500 yards China Matting; lie v good Wearer per yard.... A 6-- f was flooded with circular. No jrreat damage is reported however. Raz Barlow thinks our Deputy Constable nhould wear his star on the back of his coat, as most of the meanness is done behind his back The backwardness of spring U going to cause a lot of our citixens to get terribly behind with their fishing. After bavlsir observed the plct ure of W. L. Douglas with price it, Tobe quotations accompanying Moseley is wondering what office he is running for. The mail carrier was several days late this week in arriving, he having stopped along the way many times to discuss the almost impassible londitaon of the road. Columbus Allsop will from now on study the cattle market quotations each week in order that he can knew just exactly what his calf is worth. Miss Flutie Belcher has a new hat It has two large wings on it and the next thing you know she will be ranking a flying trip to Tickrille. When you Reo a man sitting with the palm of his hand across his face he i3 either an author or has the toothache. As soon as the Postmaster can sell the rest of his box of Daniel Boone ciears he is going to have another nice new posloffice box for rent. HHWALUW NEWt A report hat reached Hogwallow that the town of Tickrille tab wee CAMrf ATE PM T! - ' NO TAXES dnYour Clothes i Hen. Weeelten May. Hon. VJdson May, of Somerset, is a candidate for as democratic State Central Committee men from the 'Eleventh district. There is no harder worker for the party in the state than Mr. May, and his splendid record deserves an endorsement. GOV. M'CREARY Gives Strenfl Reasons for an Unln-structed And You Owe It To Yourself To Wear The Best All WSolSi We carry a full line of them in from Delegation Oov. McCreary has taken" the po- $123! to $30:! i- PUILIC SALE As executor of the will of the lato Anderson Cam I will sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, in Stanford. Ky., in front of the court house door, at 2 P. M., on Saturday. May 25, 1912 The following real estate, situated in Lincoln county, Ky., about two miles south of Stanford, Ky., and bound, ed as follows: On the east bv the lands of Jns Pcttus and Wm. Baughman, on south bv the lands of Tom Crow an others, on the west by the county road, on the north by lands of Jacob Gander, containing 83 ncres of land, more or less. This land will be surveyed before the day of sale and will be sold by the acre in accordance with such survey. Terms of Sale: Purchaser to give good and npproved bankable noU" for thp Durchase money, one Halt thereof due ond .payable six months from dote of sale, ond the balance in twelve months from date of sale, lien retained on land sold for such ileferred payments. I will, as such executor, at the same, time and place, sell n lot of personal property, including a show edse, a lot or brick and oilier tilings too numerous to' mention. A. T. Nunnelley. Exor. Linoleums, very keavy special price per sq. yard 32-inEcrue Curtain Net, t-w- ide " A ch Oc O 1 Ac per yard quality Bleach Turkish Towels, extra ORc 12JC " 0 good--th- e 6-- pair 1 Qc f t Cloth Window Shades, green only 4-Long Oak Curtain Poles, He each ( ? ft SEVERANCE&S0N ' Great Damage By Floods Have Your Painter Use the paint that will give your house the best possible protection and put off the need of repainting for the longest possible time. Sherwin-William- s Paint, Prepared will do this. When rightly used on a proper surface it will not powder, flake oft or crack. It forms a tough, durable film that withstands the inroads of the elements and retains its gloss and good appearance. No other ' paint is more satisfactory or economical. Food and shelter for 160,000 persons probably will have to be provided by the War Department for another month as a result of the renewed floods of 'the Mississippi river territory. As rapidly as possible the destitute are being turned over to local relief committee, but reports from the nrmy engineers indicate that the daily average to be served with "plantation rations" by the commissary department continues to be ubont 100,000 and the cost Secretary Stiuison estimates that additional appropriations, of 400,-00- 0 for the commissary department and loO.OOO for the quartermaster's department will be required to cover relief wolk expenses. To Uute the quariermnsters hnvo spent 277,179 for food, tentsand boats, wldle tlie commissary has spent $236,000. An Insult to Democracy al is $10,000 a dnv. ' ' . i S In speaking of the warfare the Courier-Journis waging on flnv. McCieurv nnd his friends, Editor of tli Glasgow Jim llichardsoii, Times, said Int week: In plain words, the Courier-Journwhichrtia? been, a bolter,. u trai tor and a incubus i the Democratic putty lor years, boldly threatens that, in case the Democrats win in SPECIAL EXCURSION the coming nntionul election, the pathway to office jhall be blocked for nny DeuioViut, who dnies to oppose niiythifig the editor of the Courier-Jomay urnal Jtimi" and Senator-eledemand. It is unthinkable that Senate James has joined hands with his ancient enemy an enemy so viiulent to democracy flint benutor Jumei. h introduced n resolution into the Shackelford convention kicking both Round Round tin! Courier-Journand its. editor Trip Trip out of the democratic party a resolution that was adopted. Kentuckiuns hold principle nboe SPECIAL TRAIN and this infamous the tinea that they must barter the one or lose the. other, wiU mejl, with the contempt and execration it deserves. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. If Senator Jauiej is hooked up with this class of cattle, the sooner the public understands it the better. As g a friend of Senator 'James, the editor of the Times demands TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS to know whether or nok Senate COURSES: Preparatory. State Certificate, James is a party to, or sanctions, Life DWema. CewHv CertlHeate Review, unspeakable insult to the Dem' Steelal. ThMm Free te AaMtateee. this ocracy of Kentucky T FreW Address TV V.. IpMM Yacy Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogs Pnn!nrtn. f!onntv Rur General Farm Surveying. RtfwtwM, KtMHwy veyor. . rYMMM. I, CJMMC v Phone 172, Stanford, Ky. PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. al CINCINNATI AND RETURN o Sunday, ct $1.50 HBBBff $1.50 bh al Lvt. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. life-lon- State INOrmLl sition that Kentucky's delegation to the democratic nntional convention should go uninstmcted in order that they enn be in position to vote for the candidate who shnll seem mos,t able to carry the doubtful states, as Kentucky is certain to be in line for the nominee, whoever he may b The governors strong statement regarding this matter is as follows: "The outlook in the 'presidential contest has changed in the last month. President Taft seemed tl have a decided advantage one month ago, onl it was the universal opinfoirS that he would be the Republican nominee for President. Since that lime Roosevelt has carried Illinois, Maine and Pennsylvania, and has strong prospects of earring other states. It is apparent that many republicans have lost confidence in election of Taft and are hunting for a stronger candidate. At present they seem t be turning to Roosevelt, but it is not certnin he will be nomin.'.ted for president, ns mony of the conservative republicans are concentrating in some states on Justice Hushes, the former Governor of New York, who will be greatly weakened, however, by his opposition to the income tax law. "There never lias been a time since I hn been in public life when Democratic opportunities nnd Democratic prospects in a presidential race were better than nt present. Tftpy nre iuiprovin? all the time, and Democrats should be careful and preserve tne good condition wineii now exists. President Tnft's pleds that be would reduce tariff taxation, repeatedly made in his speeches when he was n candidate for President the last time, his approval, af ter his election, of the Payne-Al- drich tariff bill, which increased taxation and his vote of the three bills passed by Congress, reducing tariff taxation on woolen goods, on cotton goods nnd on farmint; imple ments hae irreatlv weakened him in his present race for the nomination nnd many Republicans believe that, if he rs nominated, he will be defeated. "It is clear, nlso,Jhnt the Republicans are now so divided and embittered that they will not with unanimity support eitli?r Taft or if one of them, should be nominated. and satisfactory "The faithful tecoid made by DemociaU in Con-gi- e who have been true to every pledge, who me now harmonious and united, uud who can refer to fruch legislation as goveriueiitul regulation of railroad rates, the election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people, the publicity of cuiiipnigu contributions, the leduction of tantr tuxes, the overthrow of monopolies, und. I may add iiKo, the fidelity of the Democrats of the Kentucky Legislature to the pledges in our Legisiture'to thv. pledger, in our platform, put Denio-cia- ts of Kentucky, us well us Democrats in eery elate in splendid condition, with very satisfactory for a victory at the next presidential election. "The most iinportnnt demand in Kentucky now is for Democrats to preserve hut mony and unanimity. All the Democratic candidates for the nomination for. president nre worthy, able men, and two of them were bom and renied in Kentucky. I could support any of the four candidates for presideut with enthusiasm if nominated. The success of iJie Democratic party is paramount to the success of nny individual, and now, as I believed and I believe stnted in n speech in Frankfort last January, that the Kentucky Democratic Convention should not instruct for nny candidate for president, but select nnd send to the National Convention worthy nnd well qualified Democrats ns delegates to represent us nnd leave (hem uninstmcted. Roo-evelt, pros-pectes Blue, Grey and Brown are popular colors, and we have ttocked-u- p on a full line .of them for your inspection. They fit you, they wear you, and cost you' less N - than ever. ' CUMMBK & TeAREN Stanford, Kentucky REMEMBER THE FORD Ibr.thelrfctKoueK jBT la tka World "SiarBrandl'ShiOJes Tk TU-feta?- Largftt Sclliar Brand of Shoe SOME FOfULAK UNES '- FEmrNW-.J.F-- a Tkmi?tM?rZ AU aMd of TU fJusM Mu'l 9m 5trMar.TW.ThLa'' APoiS.forP.nJvWoM TMtT4"30jM)SUw FrBonadCh "Star Brand Shot Art BttUr" Ged LtKar. u Nim No ub.titvtM for taatkar ra T.r iuW.- Work at A ThUHWwiiWrfSwIWi .JTTT-j.- . G' Sit Trw L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Savina money rrrz MShai warrttijsdii. .i . m LiS llK e dufgarden r when you plant money in the Bank you expect it to bring you a harvest of profit and plcaaureame ai your garden., - And like the produce of your garden 'it grows bwt with careful attention till it becomes a harvest- -a fortune. NOW Is "planting time." Think it over. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Depetits $69,67.81. Capital $50,000. Surplus $4,181.43 W. J. D. EAOI, Mccarty, ptm. J. I. RICE, V. Ptm. L. FENNY, V. Pm. I. J, look like new. Also clean and press your clothes nicely, dive me a trial. ' Hnrry Broaddus, next door to Trib, ble. I can make your old straw bats l M. I. IALIN, CMMr. t. ALIERI PHILLIPS, ---- i ttiUJfc.. aJkMMUMa r& ! THE STANFORD INTERIM JtURNAL STANFORt. KENTUCKY, An early start means much to a candidate-Sen-d 1 in nomination at once1 vt 'A Enter Your "Favorite" in THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL'S GREAT i- A ' "1 - j $500 Prize Popularity Contest Open to young ladies of good character, either married or single, living in this section of Kentucky. . Ci HANDSOME DIAMOND t. :js- - The Capital Prize s x kfiiT'irii A KING A HANDSOME DIAMOND - RING , ' First Prize First District of Dopiert, Lexington) (Ptir-cliiiM'- rf aaLLaH jBs 2- - 4 "" "T r m ia m jiaaii i " fc eafceWaeTaeB HE) V First Prize 2d District- (Purchased of Bogncrt, Lexington) ......... III ( T . fcV II iaBKaflHeCew T ATeeeBaW 'TeTaw wc Van5 fleBaPaaBBr ) A .- - A ELGIN WATCH Second Prize First District A Beautiful $350 Werner Piano ELGIN WATCH Vrf Second Prize Second District Fill out the Nomination Blank found on another page and Watches, jewelry etc., for ating presents nt Mueller's. graduThe primary t Enter Your Name or That of a Friend at Once Mrs. Mary Parsons, of Corbin, is Mi. Carl Wo Mjcrs, of llustonvillc here visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mnt was with friends here Sunday. Pre-to- n. Rev. W, E. Arnold, of Pnnville, Messrs I M. Suter nnd J. C. Reywas hero Monday with friends. Mis Marv Bruce has been visitnolds were in Danville Saturday. ing Mrs. Richard Putnam, utLvba-lioMr. Mnrion Lipps, was down from Miss Delia Rice Huchcs of Lanllustonvillc Sunday. caster is visitinc her nunt. Mts. J. Miss Virginia Bourne, of Lnnens-te- r. Mr. Ocoree Ncwlnnd. is workinc V. Acev. is the cuest of her sister. Mrs. nt Wanda Kv. 'Mrs. J. E. Ruck of Gilbert's Creek W. K. Warner. Mr. J. W. Acev was in Lebnnon is visiting her mother, Mrs. Muttie Mr. nnd Mrs. Coleman Gulley and on business Fridav. bnby, of Lancaster, were here u while Kevins. Ashley' returned t Mr. Mnrshnll Messrs. Mnck Fisher and George Sunday with her. mint, Mrs. W. A. Lis home nt Lancaster, after n visit Burdctt were guests of friends in Carson. to his mother. Mrs. Abhlev. Crab Oi chard Sunday. W. L. Gnrinnn, of Marrowbone, Mrs. Lucv Tate has returned Miss Elizabeth Holticlaw is ill at Cumberland county, is the guest of home, nfter n visit to her sitter Mrs. the homo of her grandfather, W. II. his son E. C. Gannon and family Prewitt at Louisville. Underwood, in the country. here. Mr. Andrew Hawkins and Mr. Misses Nitro and Ida Carson, of Mrs. S. II. Bnughman continues Shvrock. of Lnwrenccbunr. were Uutoni1li, were here shopping on cry low 'at her homo on the Somercuests nt Elixir Sprincs Sunday. Momlny. set pike, nnd there is believed to be Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. C. Hurford. of Messrs. Bonn McKcchnie nnd LoLnwrcnccburc. were nt Elixir Serines gan Hubble Visited friends in llus- flight chance for improvement. last week. Messrs. J. T. Wilkinson, Wesley tonvillc Sunday. s, Misses Esther nnd Minnie to Embry, Mike Penny, Frank Phillips Mr. Fox Duddcrar returned Newborn attended .a uanae of Elixir Sirrintrsl were ulens-nLebanon Junction Monday after a nnd Jnck callers at the I. J., office Satnt Dnnvillo Friday night. short visit to the homo folks. urday. Mr. C. Tnto and rMldren. and Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Frye.of Hub- Miss SueE.Rout, motored over to Misses Katherine nnd Hester Dell ble, were in town awhile Saturday Lexinctou Saturday in Mr. Tate's Anderson are visitinc Miss Marv afternoon. auto. who is there Dalton at Lexinctou. Mrs. J. K. Bauchmnn. of Stanford Miss Lornine Campbell and Mr. attendinc school at Hamilton Col- Coo Moser, were in Dnnvillo awhile, Is visitinc her futher. J. W. Cm son. lege. Bumsido Cor. Somerset Times. Saturday. Miss Russcl Parker of Lebanon Mr. Geor&re S. McKinncv. of LinMessrs. Jack Newborn nnd W. 0. was the week-en- d truest of her aunt Martin were in Hustonville with coln countv. is hero visiting his Mrs. W. P. Kincnid. dauchter. Mrs. W. It. Dedman. Sunday afternoon. Miss May Warren is visitinc her friends Passenger Pity Acent L. Wearen Somerset Times. sister. Mrs. C. t Oarnett at Crub Mm. Hughes, of Memphis, spent Sunday tonville J. II. ImUr'Tf.an. of Hushas been the Liiest of J. W. Orchard. with tho homo folks here. Carson and dauch'er at Bumside. Mr. William Tucken w'n has been Mr. nnd Mrs. L. C. Dunn, of Hus- Miss Mvrtlo Duncan, of McKinnev. visitinc his parents hero has returntonville, were here Monday with is visitiiiL' at tho homo of Will B. ed to Marion. Ohio. Hansford. Somerset Journal. v Miss Einilv Murubv BDcnt Sntur friends. Mrs. W. J. Romnns. and dauchter, G. L. Penny went to nustonville Clara Belle and Mrs. Carrie Davi-Rodav nnd Sunday with iMss Snllie havo been tho Tcccnt cuests of Fridn ynnd ussisted Adams Bros., Smith, at Lancaster. their sister. Mrs. W. A. Carson. Miss Mary Walker, of Lancaster, install their handsome now soda was hero with her aunt, Mrs. J. C. fountain. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Dr. M. C. Heath has returned to Hays, the first of tho week. She went his homo in Richmond, nfter a short from hero to Mississippi. Just received a car-loa- d of Mrs. R, II. Uouricnn and son Ar- visit to his daughter, Mrs. A. H. fence W. E. Perkins Crab thur, of Lebnnon. are visitinc her Severance. 33-- 4 Mrs. C. R. Coleman went to Loufuther. Mr. It. L. Ruolov. Mrs. C. F. Oarnett and children isville, Sunday to be with her eon, have returned to their homo in Crab EEnrl who is getting nlong ns well James Hester, son of Mr. and Mrs Orchard, nfter a visit to her parents Will Hester got his left arm broken as ho cnn. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warren. Mrs. R. W. Kcenon, of nnrrods-bur- just above the elbow, Sunday. Ho Messrs. W, A. Price and N. B. fcpent sovornl days hero last was playiug with his pet goat, which Piict'. of Lancaster, have leen tho recent cuests of their brother. Dr. week whh her sister, Mis. T. W. threw him. A. S. Price. Pennington. Mr, Kcenon drove Mr. James nnd Miss La Verne over foryher in an auto Friday, acWhen the K. of P.'s do anything Novius. of Lancaster, snent Satur- companied by Meriwether Smith ond they do it right. Attend the ininstTels day and Sunday with their crand-tnothe- r. Miss Vanarsdale. Friday night. Mrs. Mattio Nevius. SOCIAL and PERSONAL n. IIou-chinut n. c, department of Stanfonl Graded schools For Sale or Rent: Two story 8 room residence, good garden, barn etc. Immediate possession, Hughes and McCarty. Corporation meeting of the of Lincoln Christian churches, comity, wi(l men in the semiannually meeting, with the.Mt. Morinh P.'W. Carter church, Mny 23. Rev. G. W. Painter D. D. n former missionary to China will give his interesting lecture oi" "Conditions in the Far East" at the, Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening Mny 8. Services beginniug nt 7:30 Every body Welcome. For Sale or Exchange. My house and lot near Depot, Rowland, Ky., 1 eight room hou3e plenty of water at door good barn and out houses, god repair with store in connection. I will sell this property cheap or will exchange for a small improved farm. For information call on or write Frank Cordier, Rowland, Ky. We corn to our work stock, Buy your reserved seats now for no other drain with It, and know that Bauqnman & uo. tho K. of P. minstrels. Will close it is flood. J. H. tho doors as soon ns the house is TLcrc 2 sc-- ? Csrrh hi iht wiion nt tin country full. Don't miss this. put tmrtttur. ind ualU the lat th&ii all utbrr do iuppumh! to be lucuraule. lor a crtat tew )ttn " jtanr yeara doctora pronounced It a local dtaeaae and Messrs. J. W. Baughman, J. M. mvnkrd local rcmrdlra. and br coualanllr lalllnf S cure wltb local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. McCarty and W. B. Hill havo been prut en Caurrn to lie a conelltutlotial Sclrnce hu and tlicrcfore rcquirea eouamutloaal treatment. subpoenaed to appear in the United Italia tttarrh Cure, nuoutaeturod by V J. Cntnef A CD . Toledo. Ohio, ti tne wily Ooamwtlooal cure oa States court at London next week to la temm from 1J the market. It ti take tnternaur Good jurors. Irope to a teoapooatul. It acta directly oa Ue blood serve as petit jurors. and inucoua aurlacrt of the eyauat. Taer oer one eure, MOO hundred dollare for any care It falla to tor eirruiare ana tetlmonlala. CO. Toleda. OUfc Addrcce- - V. J.CHKNKV Sold by Dnualeta, 7M. Take Uall a ramur 1'Ula for oonatloauoa. are feeding Oat-Equ- al and Al we feed delightful entertainment afternoon, Mny 17th at 1:30 o'clock at the college building on Mnin Woodrow Wilson carried Texas by street. All patrons and friends arc a big majority over Clark nnd Harcordially invited to be present. mon, and also got South Carolina. There will be special services at Clark was nn eusy victor over Wilthe Baptist church Sunday morning son nnd Hnrmon in Maryland. Roosevelt beat Taft in Maryland und evening. All members of the church are especially requested by and Texas by close votes. the pastor to be present. The pastor Fresh fruits, soft drinks, ice will preach at both hours. cienm, eggs, cigars and meals at all hours at Turner's restaurant on There will bo held in my office on Lancaster street 30-, nn examination Mfday 20 and 11-for graduation in tho common school Is there anything in nil this world course. All passing this examina- that is of more importance to you tion will hnve tho privilege of at than good digestion! Food must bo tending the high schools free. G. eaten to sustain life and must Mb 3- -l Singleton, supt. digeted and converted into blood. When the digestion fails the wholo Chamberlain's TabAll ntrsnim rmvinr nlnimR nrrninst body suffers. the estate of J. D. Swope, deceased lets are a rational and rcliablo euro are rennested to file them with J. B. for indigestion. They increase the Paxton, properly verified. Those flow of bile, purify the blood, indebted to the estate will please strengthen tho stomach, and tone up mail to me at Marksbury, Ky.tne the wholo digestive apparatus to a sums owing by them. D; S. Swope, natural and healthy action. For sale by G. L. Penny. 31-3Administrator. 2. p. Do not lace your diaphragm, if tho will give n you nttendthe K. of" P. minstrels. on Friday They will put on some side splitters. ! I ; ' . h t t i . i i i President J. IT. Woods, of the K. of P. fair, has called a meeting of the directors for Thursday after The Fulton Musio Co., will have noon at three o'clock. Some impor an expert piano tuner in Stanford tant matters with reference to the about the middle of next week. Leave cntalogne and other details witt be 30-- 2 orders at I. J. office. up for consideration and it is imLouisville and Return Via portant that all attend. Tho ladies of the Christian church Southern Railway. of Crab Orchard will givo an ice To break up a cold in chest or Account Spring Meeting New Louiscream supper on Commencement ville Jockev Club. Mnv 11.2R. 1019. night, May 13th, at the Springs. All head over night, pour a scant Redacted rates from all stations iu of Hyomci into n bowl of Kentucky. are invited to come. bpecial boiling water. Breathe the vapor. Derby Day, Mny 11th. reduction for For full inMy 6tudio will bo closed the re- Bottles of Ilyomei 50 cents. O. L. formation cojl on any agent, SouthPenny guarantees it for catarrh ern railway. J. C. BEAM JR. A. O, mainder of this week. Martha E. 37-- 2 P. A., St. Louis, Mo. colds etc. Su-cra- y. Danville, and Mr. Anthony A.An- neier. wmen occurred in Louisville. Tho ceremony was performed in tho nnrlnrfi nt flin KoaDmnii TTniul i.. ilia Presence of a few relatives and closo inenns. ur. fc. u rowell otliciatine. The bride, who has SDent her lifo in Danville, is a most attractive ond DonaUr Tonntr woman. Tho crnom resides" in Monticello. Indiana, and is a prominent and successful cicar manufacturer. He who formerly a contain in the armv. The bride was accompanied to Louisvillo by fcer mother. Mrs. Emma Talbot Cecil. uer urotner. Air. J. i. Cecil, and sister. Mrs. Marcaret Embrv. Cecil Anheier. Aliinv friend a in iVa DVVIiVU tpirn e,u0 caaiiah nvu surprised to learn of tho marriaao nr Mrs., tloccfn P.ai.il DuTim.. nf i- - i 1 4 tv-i- " r t"fT rr wtT'"'r' b HORSE MULE and COW Oat-Equal w THE STANFfW IHTIBtM JftJB respec- NAl. tTANFORB, KENTUCKY. Wheat went to $1.18 and 41.15 for May and July deliveries The i ..i "- - , ..tw. tively on the Chicago market Tuestftfellehrt isra day. ' Top hogs wcro $7.60 at Cincinnati Tuesday. The cattle market was HILTON M. AUPLKV..Publlthtr 10 to 15 cents' lower. Strayed or stolen from pasture of II A VIAR STRICTLY IN AtVANCI L. C. Manning, a sorrel horse mule, three years old, about 15 hands high, Biterot at the rMtottloe at Htaa-r- t m cob c1m mall. rewnrd for return to L. C. Manning, Wo have just deceived a full carat Turnersvillc or W. M. Bright. andload of Alcorn At the sale of Prof. J. Datson, nt POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. feed. This is a well balanced feed,' Mixed in equal parts of Ground AGilbert's Creek last week, his houo lfalfa, Rolled Oats, Cracked Corn and and lot of two acres were bought by Tho announcements in this column Barley with 10 per cent Sugar House Dan Trnylor for $5S0. Other things are of candidates for office, subject wo esMolasses. The sold well. It is understood thn( to the action of the democratic pripecially recommend for stallions, I'rof. Datson contemplates moving mary: i jacks and driving horses. I'rico to Somerset, which will be a source . For Conoress $2.20 per cwt. The Alcorn of regret to his many friends in Linbeing heavier in com is best for COL. J. P. CHINN, OF MERCER. coln. draft horses. Price $1.90 per hunJ. A. SULLIVAN, OF MADISON Several nice tobacco beds for sain dred. Try a sack. Ton will like it. THIS IS SOMETHING NEW. For Commonwealth's Attorney Rainbow hurley, Standard hurley, and another heavy bin ley. L. C. EMMETT PURYEAR, OF BOYLE. ) (! 37-4- p Dunn, Hustonville. V. S. BURCH. OF LINCOLN. A. A. Russell, of Shelby City, has For Sheriff. sold his nice little home there with M. S. BAUOHMAN. about nn nrn? and half of ground to B. W. GIVENS George W. Lunsford. The considerFor Countv Judqe. ation was $900. Mr. Russell then Sheep Dip and Fly Spray keeps the flies T. A. RICE, turned around and bought the Ben M. F. NORTH; off the horses and cows. Bryan place of about 18 acres on For Circuit Cleric the Danville iuke, paying 52.000 of Lincoln countv. were here J. D. WEAREN THE FARMERS for it. 'and nnid this office a cull J. F. HOLDAM V. A. Lear, of Garrard, shipped a Thev were on their wnv homo, having ben in this and Wavun counties car-loa- d of, hogs Saturday to HubFor Jaflr. Posted Fred Handorf. al Ordar a sack of for in the search of cattle. Thev bard, Hauss, and Rogsdale, at Cin THROW GAME AWAY HOW THEY STAND PEYTON PARRISH, veur tYlvInf horse. J. H. lauohman boueht about 150 feeders for Sent. cinnati. GEORGE DEBORDE delivery. Somerset Times. 1 to 15 A Co. J. M. Cress shipped 100 porkers Vote For Entries In L L. Sajtftrs' Local toys Have Richmond Normal DINK FARMER Clav Coleman, the prominent Ed- to For Kent. Forty acres Rood blue Green nnd Popularity Contest. eaten Up to Mh Innlnf WILLIAM IL HESTER grass pasture for tho year 1912; monton stockman, who recently mov the following Embry at Cincinnati. being some of his pured to 'the Shelbv Citv neighborhood W. A. CARSON two running springs year around. The following is the standing of to make his future home, has form- chases for the consignment: From (By "Germany Gibson.") Write Box 4a, MeKinney Ky 36-ed uartnershiD with J. E. Wright G. B. Sutton 40 150 For Assessor the contestants this week in the The Stanford High School ball pound hogs at -240 bushels of German mil- - Lthe well known jack man. and thev I have piano popularity contest being con- team journeyed to Richmond SaturP. L BECK. cents; from L. C. King 15 125 will do an extensive business. Thev 0 let seed for sale; grown from south. ducted by lu ll Sanders, the hust- day to play the Eastern Kentucky 8. M. OWENS, of the era seed; first class seed. W. S. shin fine stock to all Darts foreign pound shoats at $(5.50 per hundred. ling Crab Orchard merchant: United States and R. H. BRONAUOH Cress and Jones ship)ed two car State Normal nine and were defeatWigham, Moreland. Kv. 31-- 6 Mrs. Dave Garner countries. Mr. Coleman will be wel- loads of hogs from Rowland, 200 120.302 a score of to G. For Sale. One nice work horse comed as a resident in this Dart of For ItaiUtrate Ruhr Parnsh ... 83.205 ed bywere beaten, 7the gameAlthough swine in the lot, 150 to 200 pouuds showed and one mare: bddIv to Mrs. Cora the State. Lilhe Oarner J. T. ROBERTS 71.119 they 36-2- t. Coker. Kinc's Mountain. Mrs. . D. Newlnnd Will H. Shanks bought 30 acres and cost them from C1 to 7 cents. G1.705 Cupt. McCurty where he might well WILLIAM FIELDS .. a.i.i !. 1. 1.. I I..II Came to my place six ewes and of land from A. T. Nunnellev. lvine and when the J. M. Cress bought 30 heifers JJ.1. J8 improve his line-uluunre v.uiuiiueii J. D. EADS, Susie Butt 34.680 men get in shape, this will be a hard four lambs. Owner can get same by about four miles from Stanford on from Bert Matheny nt $26.00 per Mamie Holmnu Dike last week. 29.014 nine to whip, paying for their keep and this adv. the Prearhersville for everyone tighU ( (Veil Oanier The purchase of this tract gives Mr. neaa; trie same trader purchased 40 23.571 Grom-to-k- o 36-Well Known Here Tom Dudderar. Dike from his sheep from Rockcastle farmers at Mnbnlm Howard Shanks an outlet to'tun 10.210 the last. I have lust returned from Indiana "101 Ranch" and makes Mr. R. D. Armstrong, of FrankNell Newlnnd a nice ad- $5 per head, and CO n'utwp from W. The local boys had the game on 9.233 with a shipment of nice leneral pur- dition to his uireudv handsome farm O. 4.600 ice till the eigbth inning, but th fort, announces the engagement o' I.hraMh Broiinuirh Walker at $6 a piece. pose horses. In the boned are a in that section of the countv. Eva Fletcher 4.0'JO his daughter, Mrs. Mubel Armstrong V. W. Morton, (if Tfuctnllvill.. l.n Normnlites' became too strong tor Henrietta Itnilev team or two of extra nice Parcheren 3.750 T. J. Hammonds, two miles out of sold six Tamworth gilts to multi- Magoffin to Mr. Milton Elliott, of Stdin Uatlin . . . ., Dike, de3.520 them and Stanford gave way under mares. 5 and 8 years old, lust the Stanford on the Danville millionaire T. F. York this city. The wedding will be u Smtler 2.244 the pressure. thing for biej mole breeders. They livered a nice bunch of ewes und for $4400. The Rvnn. of New ship- beautiful event of the early summer Maggie Rogers stock will be Bertlm 07 lambs to Will Lilln'--- ' the Bovle coun- ped to Mr. Rvnn's country place, For the homo team, Lewis twirled are tor sale privately at Nunnel-ley- 's Capital's Jewel Francisco in The bride is one of the l.OOS paid tv Mr. a ery clever game. He had nlcutv Stock Yards. See me or S. J. $4 buver last week. sheen.Lilian! ireinin. most charming and attractive young Name t aim-nle- r 1.572 a head lor the Myers there . Chas. Lutes. of smoke but was a little wild. Ed Three and a half million pounds women and is much admired and Nell Dims W. M.' Bright, cashier of the Lin1.185 wards, who relieved him in the 8th, Alcorn at $1.90 per 188 pounds coln Countv National Bank, who is of leaf tobacco owned by Hie R. J. loved here. Mr. Elliott is one of BesHie Revnolds .H4 did fine work. For Stanford, Embry is oood for your cow or draft horse. one of the most progressive fanners RevnAds Cimnnnv was destroyed Lexington's most popular and high- Mane White J(idiv Ciess 1.030 had everything in the countv "on the side" is hav-in- sr by fire at Winston-SaleJ H. Baughman 4 Co. He is n r.tliel at his command and X. ., ly esteemed young men. l nmi lNim tract of ala six or seven Fot Sale. Five shares bank stock falfa Dut in on his acre from a mile when the stornue waiehouse belong- prominent business man, holding the Muttie Bogi.. 1.000 pitched what oliould hae been a fine State Bank & Trust Co. Call on from town on the Danville Dike. Mr. ing to J. P. Tavlor. of the Tnvlor position as Kentucky representative Nannie Nnnicr 1.000 winning game. This was bv far his The news or write. Dr. W. F. Watkins, May-woo- d, Bright is nutting in the alfalfa ac Bros.. Tobacco Comnunv. wn burn- for Oinn & Company. best jranie this year. Capt. McCarty ParksViiiU! 34-4Ky. cording to the plan of Joseph E. ed. The fire was f unknown origin. comes ns quite an interesting surdistinguished himself with a home . .. .. . J. Walker Coznlt li.itnrlit n vunl ' i. Farm for Rent. 70 acres all un- Wing, the famous fnrm expert. He The total loss is estimated at $425.- - prise to hosts of friends of the attractive couple. This engagement i cult of J. II. Brown lor 57 Mr l' "" "" l ,".e. der fence, 15 for cultivation, .35 has covered the tract with about two ever seen on that diamond. Waters Forest Denmark 155. nnihulilv the of gieat interest in this citi' as Mr. I'lmrle.s Lackev lnis ,oen confined ut acres in woods, 20 acres in timothy tons of around limestone to the acre. home in the alfalfa on that. and s Elliott is so well known here. Lex- day. on account of illness for a few caught a great game, Penny playing grass besides the woods grass. 15 as a will put of which he expects to niost noted sire of cabined h Mr. Ueorge W. Tucker lost a in center till Spalding Hill sustained in this eouiftrv. died last week nt the ington Herald. result acres furnished free to a good man have one of the finest alfalfa beds Woodford farm ulunble brood mitre nnd n vouuir nu injury to his hand, when they exnear Mt. S'srling. of who will take care of fence and take in Lincoln countv. colt a lew duvs ago. Robert Letchdisease incident to old - . the grand in stock, collect money and send to S. II. Baughman. has been one old sire being cloe to 25 vears of WHO CAN DOUBT SWORN TESTI- er sold u sow and eight nigs to .Mi- - changed places, Penny taking the Nannie W'ulker. of i'errville. for keystone hack. The line-u- p besides wood, and garden and of Lincoln countv's largest tobacco uge. rorest Denmark was oiip of MONY OF HONEST CITIZENS? me for the 22.50. Mr. D. (Joode und little Stanford team was shaken up congood land. Write me at 718 East growers f.r several vears. has de- the finest bred hnrps mw daughter. Irene, of Stanford, were siderably. cided not to put in n crop of the ed and the real producer of the great Fremont St., Bloomington, 111., thn Edwards, of London, Some time ago I began the use of with Mr. Charles und Miss Klizu weed this season. He has n number I'cuinurK siram. owner. Mrs. Annie B. Sweeney. yonr Swamp-Rowith the most re- Luckev a few duvs. Mr.s. D. F. starred for the Normals. Very few of large tobacco barns which he will .1 U Commissioner nf Messrs. Lillnrd. Fox & McDowell, use for stock and mule purposes. Newman lias issued a warning bulle- markable results. For years I was Penii and, uretl" daughter. Miss balls were knocked out of the insold to Forestus Reid in Bovle. 20 Mr. tin to com growers of the state almost a wreck and was a gicut suf- Ruth, are wsitimr Mr. und Mrs. Geo. field nnd with a few exceptions, batThe Lancaster Record savs: calves at $27 each: to Pence Bros.. II. Preston, and the assistant post Hamilton is nrrpnriucr to ttiat the seed corn sold this ear 14 cattle at 6 2 cents: James J. new enterprise. lor ferer. The doctors who treated me master is bweetlv smiling. Ms Hes- ting on both sides was weak. launch a He owns mauling is ot erv inferior It seemed that Stanford had the ot Hugh Wavne. IS calves at $23 ter Baler, win lias been visitmg her uuulitv. each n nd 1 bull for $40: 5 calves to several hundred acres of land in the .Mauv eeimiuutiiig testa ruu us low made me believe that my great suf sister. Airs. O.Ji. Miirnhv. lett ves- - game safely sewed up until the last ferings were due to female trouble. southwestern part of the countv. us 10 per cent and lew greater d Jake Huiruelv at $20: 18 tenlnv lor linciiiiiati. ttiuu there Biucattle to Pence Bros., at 6 2 cents. which is hillv and covered with IO Per teilt. He advises the lesliiiir I was so bad at times I would faint ret urns to her home frumFrankfurt. halt of the hevetith. whe they be- ut gan throwing the ball around the lot scrub timber and heavv undenrro'wth oi eet'v tur oi corn DelVte Evan Holinir. Jr.. a vountr farmer the se-- u away and had sinking spell. Finnl-l- y Intl. with the usual disiisterous results. of the Pnrksville neighborhood, owns The cost of clenrimr this land would is plmitL'U. n new doctor was called in and a valuable mare, with n wonderful more than exceed its present value. uniong the sheep hi Kennnd the Normalite3 thev went out Sick headache results from a Mr. leconl. She is u thoroughbred race so plan Hamilton has hit upon a nov tucky is being quickly eradicated he said thnt I had kidney trouble condition of the stomach and won ot. for clcarinc it. He proposes and on May mare. Mr. Holing boueht her n lit- el which i twenty-on- e counties and gave me medicine, of obtainedI und can be lined by the use of STANFORD All It II PO A tle oer 9 vears ago when horses to purchase a thousand gou'ts and und parts of iivu more counties will took several bottles. I Chamberlain's Liver Tablets. Try it. Sllill 2l..cf were selling at a low nnce. rmving i, lace them uimn the land the coats 3 a For sule by Penny's. Drug Store. $75 for her. Since thnt time, she has will devour the underprowth nnd will be released lroui Federal una btale some relief from this but I was getWaters c 4 12 scale the bnrk fr- - the larger trees quarantine. ting weaker alt the time; I could not eiven birth to ten colts. He sold j McCurty hs .j seven of them for $830. and has and cause the trees to die. therehv lux x Co., of Muriou count v bae sleep and suffered so much pain Junction Citv. making it a verv ejuv matter tocet 60id to New loiK Coleiniin If 4 Drevi-ou- s 0 three left worth $400. Her 4oU iieuu Unit my husband nnd children had .Miss Ruth Mct'olluiu bus returntunics, Pennv cf & 2b... 2 owner had sold tix colts from rid of them. This is not nil original ol cuttle, being led u tue Mutneti to lift 1 me in and out of bed. After ed lroiu a iit to her kinswoman. p.w 19 vents idea with the ceptlemnn. but is one distillery,, ut jn.L'j u her fur $1,000. She 1 ..3 huudied. fuey this time two friends sent me word Mrs. Wallace (lover, ut Crab Oieh-ur- d. Bright r f old. in ton I ntrniii. has foaled 1U colts verv much in vogue wit1 the dwel.Mr. J. M. Keuiiu has p 0 ..4 d eight hor.se-- . nnd eight mare-'- , is n lers on rough uncleared land in ulso sold some J unties u of to try Swnmp-Roo- t, which I did, nnd mittiiniibile. which he uses hud his i.miirv 1 in the J. Hill Mr. bulls ut 6 J-- 4 niiu u 2 cents u G good mare vet. so cood Mr. Boling many parts of the countv. ..3 I mil glnd to state thnt the first doc Mile ot his bread. iMilUhed c nm Hamilton njso wishes to nnnounce pound. will not sell her. ppve mc great relief. After taking uroiiose- - to run it this summer. ls For Sale. Fortv head stock hoc that within n vpnr he will be rendr iue 24 4 24 of the Junction Citv High School goats to the various Slialyr Ripley 10.) Bee buys: "Jus. the third does, I wns helped into bed to furnish sows and nigs. Write Jinx 45. owns u cow tuut ony day lust win lodges throughout the countv. who ' the niesfiit lie iiluv "At the End of 37-- 2 Kv. nnd slept half of the night. gave birth to eight calves. Two ltuiiibow." ut Muccubec Hull on RICHMOND All R II PO A Messrs. D. F. Rnnkin and Wilson wish to make use of them in tho ex- weeli 1 took several bottles of Swnmp-Rothe evening of Muv 23d. Alexander, prominent stork dealers emplification of thir degree work of them, winch ure still living, arc ;j 2 1 8 l.rnnildlls ( nnd I feel thnt I owe my life ot ordinary size, the others were 3 (l 0 0 I'd CiiIIuIiiiii, the noted tcudist of Jordan aiiout the size ot luts, but perfectly to this wonderfud remedy. The two Wnlden 2 fit 4001 Bicathitt county, wns shot from lormed." family doctors snid that I could not .,.4 2 o o by. bouiu of his enemies lut Edwards ss-'lUe champion tobacco luiser in live three months, I would have to be Ginter 3b & hs...4 0 0 0, the Black Putch Tobacco district is uelneil in mul nut of liixl Ion in .iek, but will probubly rccocr. Kendall II 4 (l 0 14 Welker, u young turmer, living twenty times cverv Jesse night. After J. M. Hon ell, a popular druggist hennnid rf 3 00 near tuuibeiluuU City, Tenii. lie taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rofor of Ureensbiirg, Ky., "We use SIiiiioii c f grew y,W0 ouuds of tobacco on 3 11 This cut ahowa you what two days I wns entirely free liom Cough Kcmeily in our own Lewis 4 ucres of luud, und bold same and rf. .3 00 we are now prepared getting up and could sleep soiindlv. household and know it is excellent.' William If for i?H per huudred pouuds for his 0 01 MRS. D. E. HILHMAN.' te construct For bulg by Penny's Drug Store. leuf und fro per hundred rounds for Tunneltou, W. Vn. lugs, uxeruging 4.143.110 per ucie. 'J7 7 4 27 10 7 Peionally iiiiiienrcd hefoie me. Democratic Dates .lu the lmteil ibtutes Court ut Innings ... .1 2 3 4 5 (i 7 8 0 T We have one ef the fa 31th day of September, 1009, . Democratic tirimniics or conven- Stanford .. Cincinnati, Judge Howard ilollister H 00 0 11 0 300 5 moui Polk Machines with uVerralcd the pelUIuii of the E. O iMtn. D. E. liiieiimn. wiio subscribed tion. v.ilV U lu!.! ut r..iiuw: Richmond . .1 0 (f 0 0 0 C 1 x 7 Muv 7 .Missisbinpi nriiiiiiries. which to build Silos like Eshelby Tobacco Company uguiiist the above statement and mnde onth Muv l Iowa state convention. Sitmmiiry Home run, McCarty; the Burley Tobacco Society ot Ken- - that the same is true in substance this, and if YOU are Mv 14 California iiriinarics. two base hit, Coleman; stolen buses, tucky, under buermuti unti-truMuv 15 Michigan convention. thinking of building; a and in fact law. This decision is the final Slav 10 Iowa htute convention. Coleman, Embry, Bronddus, Jordan, JOS. A. MILLER, Silo, call on 'or write us Edwards; sacrifice hits Bright, S. hio Muv knock-oblow of the unti-truniiimiries. Notary Public Muv 27 Kentucky Stutu ContenHill, Kennntd; passed hull Waters; before you do anything, uguiiist the Society. The tion. base on balls, off Lewis 2; hit by 1 Judge said the Eshelby coiporutiou and we'll interest you. Muv 28 Primaries for NW Jer Letter to nitcher Broaddiw and Joidnn; sachud nut shown cuuse for receiving sey. Dr. Kilmer & Co., dumnges. Juno 4 Piiiiiaiics for South Dj. rifice fly Kendall; struck out bv Km. Blnqhamten, N. Y. We have already contractkota. hry 11, by Lewis 8. Double play KenFi lends of istidor Struus, who with his wife, nerished in tha 'I'lt.niic ed for six and cannot dall iiniiNsisled; umpire, Parks, of Insure with the leadlnq comdisuster, ure much impressed with u FrOVe What Swamp Root Will Do Richmond. build but a limited num. SSppppppSSpSH panies. Fish & iromlev represent peculiar confidence which occunel For YOU. ber, so you had better ou Mr. Straus' funu at Bedfoid Hills . Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bihg-i- n them. All lines. Highland not delay, but get in next New York. Before he builed for hnmton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. Wedding bells have been ringing Nice Place For Sale. Europe. Mr. Struus bent his fuvor- - t wi convince anyone. You will also We have the territory of nt King's Mountnin und nre expectite driving horse, Bess, to the farm. I will sell privately my farm of ed to unnrBt nt mlnni.i tnfnr. Lincoln and Garrard ting here soon. Ou the night of Sunday April 14, ' .,,. 73 acres on the Ottenheim pike, 2 o1I!n n,inilf n counties. Telephone 136 JlUs Mary Adiuas bus opened a "1 2 Bess died suddenly in her stall m nn(l miles from Haywood, six miles I'll ?1 bladder. When writing be sure to i,. t..u. ii.. un. wn. from Stanford, contains good hous neiv More on Greasy street. raeuton Ttbe Stanford Mr. J. P. Mills is building a nice early the next morning by the farm of 5 rooms, big barn and other outbuildings; 2 good wells. Write or bungalow,, and is said to be expect hands. It was on the night of Sun- - Interior Journal. Regular fifty-ceday, April 14, that the Titanio wont """l on d0"" size bottle for sale at coire and see it. Fred Nikolla, R. F. ing an attractive guest when it N H drug stores. D. No. 1, Stanford, Ky. 35-8- p to tho bottom. completed. t Interior Journal. Feed al CALL AT E.T,Pence's and see the latest style Oat-Equ- CORN PLANTER. Fertilizer of All Kinds. J. H. Baughman & Co. Stanford, KomtucKy. ves-terd- av Oat-Equ- 2, se-e- ral p, 3. p. TTl '" .. ot SOO-oou- 1-- 800-noun1-- a ed cur-lou- 1-- Pu-oi- v. ot Do You Want a Silo? O If um-bu- sh p. ot Chum-lierliiin- V J-- st ut st gs 21-O- ,!.. PP ,,,,. nt 1-- I PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. fn.i Semi-Week- ly MfwS j.iii .tmRi