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FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1012 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. In this nt will ho found the CRAB ORCHARD SCHOOL nnnics of popular young ladies from ENDS A FINE TERM nil over this section of the State. The nnmes weio sent in many vmen by people who expect their friend Messrs. Bronaugh and Geiszl Reelected Trustees Program For get busy and win one. of the piies. It is an indication of the Commencement Night confidence some friend hna iu that candidate's ability to win. It is a At the election of ichool trustees Kuage of capability nnd incidently iu the Crab Orchard district lust a nico little compliment. week, It. II. lironnugh and Gus Geitrustees. The szl were Many New Names Will Come. Crab Orchard school has done splenIt is the experience of the contest did work under the present adminismanager that a ureat'innny iioiniiiii-tioof Prof. tration, nnd the will come in nfter the first list s, for 0. E. Everett by the is published. It give the people an another term, gave much patisfae-tiou-t- o to look over the list of opportunity nil friends and patrons. Miss nrtmes alnfsee ifthcjr friends have Eva Taylor, who has taught the been entered. So for that reason, 5th and Oth grades, resigned to acmany new names will appear in each cept a position in tins Somerset city district for some time to cobie. Tc remainder of the faculschool. May Enter Any Time v Mi Pearl Stra-dty was wn-- t chosen to teach Domestic Don't get the impression that by the publication of The names the Science and Miss Lottie Collins wns nominations are closed. Candidates nlso added to the laculty. Itoth are may and will, enter the race for graduates of the Western Normal School at Howling Green nnd come tnni' days to come, and some-oflhultimate winners may not start for bighlv recommended. What verv few country schools in several days yet. Prospective canthe state have, will be tried at Crab didates and their friends will have Orchard next term, a course in elethe privilege of sending in nominamentary agriculture. The "work the tions throughout the life of the conjoiingsters do in this course will be test. If the name of your favorite watched with much interest. The atdoes not appear in the list today, tendance at the school the past term send in her nnme and address at has been so large tlmt the trustees once so that die can gel started. have ordered an addition to be built Thero nre n number of rural to the schoo lhouse during the bumroutes and small towns in different mer. parts of'the territory which are not exercises will he Commencement represented as yet. We would like Hehl Friday evening, May 17th. An to hear from people living in neigh- interesting program has been preborhood which nre not represented pared, as follows: in the list Invocation nev. Gooch. If there is any question thnt is not fully understood by the contestVacation Song Third and Fourth ants present or prospective, they nre grades. asked to call or write the Contest Salutatory address Charlie Mar Manager and he will try nnd make tin. the point clear. Is Whatever is Worth Doing, With this list of names published Worth Doing Well!" Hendley Na- indicating the class of young ladies i to whomthis great contest has ap- pier. "Japanese Cantata" Girls of the pealed, there is no reason why any popular nnd energetic young lady iu Frimary grade. "Ich Dien" (I serve) Dessie this section of the state should hesitate to enter the contest. The Reynolds. "Abraham Lincoln" Doyle Sinrace is open to nil. The opportunity gleton. is here. The prizes nre here. "Dutch Dnnd" Hoys of Primary HE SPUE AND OI1SEUVE grades. The long list of names of candi"What America Has Done for the dates iu the Interior Journal's World" Melsndin Chndwiek. Great $500.00 Prize, Popularity Valedictory Shirley Gover. Contest. Look over the list caie-full- y Vocal Solo Miss Alline M'Dowell nnd if the name of your favor- accompanied by Mis.s Mary Dailey. ite does not appear, call up the ConAddress Itev. I). D. Donahue. test Manager or anyone iu the office Chorus High School and Internnd give in Hie name mid address. mediate grades. There are still ninny towns nnd Resume Prof. G. E. Everett. rural routes that nre not yet repAwarding of Diplomas nnd Medal resented and no doubt there arc Supt. G. Singleton. many young ladies iu tho-- ,. same rural route, who would he glad to Countv Attorney Burch Laid Ud enter nnd try for the rize if some County Attorney W. S. Hnrch has one Coiild nominate them. Can't you been confined to Ids bed for over n think of some young lady in your neighborhood whoin,ynu think would week with a very sexere and pain- -' He has not like a valuable prize? Or some one fill abscess of n tooth. been nhle to his duties or iu your family? Just write their to prosecute attend to the winning campaign names and nddrcsse, on n piece of which he ha, been in;il:iiiL' for the paper if you ean't find n nomidemocratic nomination for commonnation blank nnd bring or mail it wealth's attorney. Ho had ju-- t conContest Malinger, care to the cluded n week's campaign iu GarICy. Stanford, Interior Journal, rard county nnd found the sentiment Full information will he scut the there very strong iu his favor. In prospective candidate. fact his friends say that he is cerAn Easy Undertaking tain to carry both Garrard and Mer- There i, nothing complicated or jcer by overwhelming majorities, and diit'ieult uhout this undei taking. It that he is wing to surprise everyouo co.sts you nothing to euier this con- bv the vote he noils iu Dovle. the test and icipurcs absolutely no capi- home of his opponent. tal to push the cjimpaigu, once you enter. Your iYiends will help you to FIVE NICE BUILDING help yourself mid the woman uho LOTS FOR SALE. btiiitb KKillT NOW U going to hae u big advantage iu what will unIf not sold privately, we will on doubtedly be thu biggest affair ot couit day Monday May 13, 1912 ot tie kind ever undertaken in this 1:30 P. 31.. sell nt public outcry io " vicinity. the highest bidder .the folio wine In this issue i published u free nice building lots in Stanford KenlHlinituition blank. In order to cuter tucky. 1 lot 00x370 feet nnd 2 lots Ofix ull that is necessary i, to clip out this ballot, fill in the name of a 133 feet. These three fociug Miller connecting with Logan avfriend or that of yourself, nnd bring iivenue enue. or mail it to the Contest Department Also 2 lols G0.13S feet facing of The Interior Journal. You theic-b- v Whitley street. These lots join each become u candidate. The uc.t other. Will offer separate and then btcp is call or tellephoue for the us n whole. Terms easy nnd right proper blanks nnd then thoroughly prices. The snle wt he made on Miller lead the niles governing the contest, after which the contest department street between Logan and Whitley Himhcs & Florence. will do everything to assist you in avenues. Wo will also sell the residence of making the proper start. If there is F. Eiehenberner, close to the above uiuything you don't understand; If lots, nt the same time. you would like to enteiiut hesitate Thi nhiei' coiitnii', n five room because of natural timidity, drop lit residence. It is n full aero corner and inquire for the contest manager. lot. Good barn, two cood cisterns, ull necessarv Let him talk to you and don't be cement cellar nnd ask questions. That's what afraid to he is here for, It's mighty easy to Rrighten up your old buggy. All call up bx telephome and ask for in- kinds of painting nnd repairing formation, and the contest manager neatly done at the most reasonable prices. W, J. Romans, Lancaster. (Continued on last uave) ns tru-teeer c to-da-- VOL. XXXIX Ask for Votes When Paying for Subscriptions It Costs You, No More! PARTIAL LIST OF v.i if;. ; mj Ni .. HRKS D ANNOUNCES FOR SHERIFF FOUR GRADUATES AT J. GREAT $500.00 PRIZE CONTEST First List G. Weatherford, of Hustonville, To Make the Race Commencement HUSTONVILLE THIS TERM ii the bcrior Jra-ial'- s Great CMtest.CoiUiis Scoresjof Nwes of the Most Poiibr Youg Ues ii This Sectiti of Keihicky. SEND NOMINATIONS . ANY TIME v Not Appear In Today's List, If the Name of "Your Favorite" Does Nominate Her at Once For an Early Start Means Much to a CandidateThose Living on Rural Routes and In Towns Not Yet Represented, Shokld Send In Nominations It Does Not Cost One Cent to Enter and Try for the Prizes Just Fill Out and Send In the Nomination Hank for Full Information. DISTRICT NO. I. Stanford 1.000 Lyle Cooper 1,000 Lena Palmer 1.000 Mnry llnrdcttc Mnry M. Mathcny ..,..1,000 Anna Davis McHolicrts. .1,000 1.000 Sallie Durdette I.07-'- ' Alfred Kad 1.00Q Hirdie McCluro 1.000 Maynie Singleton 1.000 Kntc Water 1,000 Ida II. Pettus J'0''0 Rrndy Josephine I.000 Mnttie Kirliv Pearl Field Grace Hni.lv Mis Mi Announcement is made today by G. Weatherford, of his candidacy for the democratic nomination for sheriff of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the jrrimary on the first Saturday in August, 1913. Mr. Weatherford, known to his friends familiarly ns "Huck," is one of th hpsf known democrats in the West End of the county, and has a host of friends all over the countyr who will undoubtedly rally tto his support. lie hns never asked for ofllce from his party before nnd his friends think, that his work iu the trenches on behalf of other nominees entitles him to consideration in his present aspirations. J. Exercises Start On Sunday Evening With Baccalaureate, Sermon McKINNEY Clara Collier Elleu Holmes t .1.02." .1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 Mi Miss Miss 3IU Miss Miss IVnrl Collier Aihlfe Scott Mi Miss Nell Xewlanil Miss Lillie GanieT Mr. Mi Miss Mis Miss Mis DISTRICT NO. 2 Junction Citv Mi Lnvinia MeGraw .. Miss Itessie Writrht Mi I.nrv Hankln ... . Mi- U'illie It. Lossdon . Mi-- s Marv Steele M Until McColhim... Mi- Until Keane Mr. Mi Mi Mis. Mr. Mis Elizabeth lliimiun Mrs. V. P. Kincniil a.-f-r Nnnev Mi Mix Millie Mill Crate Jo.enhine Cnrtienter. Mi Miss Anna Weareu . . .. Mr. .1. 1. Wenre.i Miss lsaMIe Uevnolds Mls LciuincK. Cnnmbell .. Duddernr Mis Marv Mis 0. O. Henri v Murv E. McKinnev I'000. Miss Miss Miss Miss Mi-- 1.02j Mi- - s .... w '.000 LOO "- -' Mi-- s Mi Mi . . . J. Miss Miss - Marv S. Coo; Anna Chancellor Mi Mi,s l,ottie Carson Miss Marv Moore Hnnev Mr. llenrv Field Foster Mr. Huvs Anderson: Mis Kale Wavnesburo Mii Min Lancaster Mi-- s Sar.ih lteetl ....1.000 1.0.i0 Maivaret Mount .. ....1.000 " ;. l.ooo Sa.lie Amlerson . . .lls Willie Wilkinson .., ....1.000 0 Mi-- s Miss I,.lia Elmore ..... ....1.000 1.0 Miss 1'atsv Knifiiiil . ....1.02."i Miss Sallie Smith It. D. 2 ...1.000 W Miss Lillie llenrv . ..'..1.000 1. Mi-- s Stella Sanders ....1.000 0 ....1.000 ....1.000 ....1.000 ....1.000 1.000 ....1.000 ....1.000 . . . .J.000 IteTtha West Daisy Shuttles .... ....1.000 Unth Liiu'le ....1.000 .,..1.000 Irene l.von Sara Uicharloii . . ,...1.000 (ie.ir.'in Wells ,...1.000 . .. ,...1.000 Alma Cosliv Amies Greene ....1.000 IJessie Darham . . . ,...1.000 Cox l.tih ....1.000 Susie Uoherts ..... ,...1.000 I.oiiise Greene ... ,...1.000 .... Honor roll of McKinney school for the month of April. Grade 1 Dettie May Martin, Sadie Hughes. Grade 2 Zenas Smith, Voyd Jones, Grade 3 Frank Martin, Iva Dun- -, can, ueynoids, Ueorge t'attcr-soJessie Patterson. Grade 4 Dessie- - Smith, Estelh True, Pearl Jarboe. Grade 5 Tabitha Martin. Grade C Rod Jarboe, Helen Jones, Edward Tanner. Mrs. Kate Coffey has returned from Cincinnati, where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Walter n, , , Elliott, who has been with paralysis for some time is reported no better. Mrs. John Wesley was with us a few days last week with a lovely line of millinery goods. She is one of the leading milliners of Somerset, Mr. John Howe is in McKinney again. It seems somehow tnnt there is a great attraction here for him suffered -- Good. Mr. John Squire Noaks Very Low News comes from Crab Orchard1 il.nl. t ,,;,- - K-- n - Vnnw ;e vrv !., nt his home in the country, and his friends have but little hope of his iecoery. He has been in very bad -- Mis Mr- -. John Wentel Mrs Mnscie Ollish .. Mi-- 1 Simrlcton Doulnh Ilnzlett n-t- e Schlnnni Preachrrsvilie Miss Morv Anderson ... Moreland Mis l.elia II. Jones Mninric Minnie Giinn . Miss Callie A'hiin, . '.""" Miss Minnie Wel-- h . Mis I'eurl llettis . Miss Klii'lliv Mnsnii Miss Winnie Wheiilt 1.000 Paint Lick 1.0 0 Mrs. Fate Chadwell It. D. 1.000 1i-- s . .000 ....!1.0011 ,...1.000 ...1.000 ....1.000 L... 1.000 health for several months, and has failed to show the improvement that was hoped for. ....1.000 ....1.000 ....1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 . 1.000 ....1.000 1.000 0 Marksburv Mrs. Annie I'.ilhinl . Mi-- x Jennie Sif-oi'- Danville Martie Hishoo Mi Miss Minelle Pruitt Mniv .lennic Rnukin Mi-- s Jewel Snoonnmore Mi. Jean MeKeehnic Hustonville Mis Mav North Mis Auta Barker Ml.,, ICatlirritii MuriMiv Mis Com Nunnellev Mi Mis Mi-- H Mis Kvu Mo-- er Ie Hubble Given . Klizahelh Vermillion. ' !' Mr. MekLebanon Junction Hamilton 1.000 Brodhead I.oiettn ,.,1.000 Mis Elitnheth Flitll Tliorne . . . 1.000 Mis. 1.000 Mis, Mnttie Wilmott MUs 1.000 Mi- - Moore Mi- Mi- - Ml Mi, Mi-- s Duller .... Mis, Miulie Htuler Hessic Juihoc Mi Mi-- s MunevWure. Shrlliv Cltv Mi-- s Lueile Crow Mi,. (!iiip(m1 McAfee Mis Mis Mnlindn Nave n Flov.l ItesMe Riffe It ise McCoimnck McKlnnpv Marv J). Deck Anna Gooch Uulh Tanner I -- .. 1.000 Miss Miiiviuet-Geut1.000 Pfrrvville 1.000 Mi-- s .Murv Hoiie Cnnentei 1.000 Mi-- s Louise Green 1.000 Juilson rv Jewel Fnuieisco Burain 1.000 1.000 Miss Ginee Stone Yiiuie Vnnnrsilnle I.oimi Mi Mi-- s ,. . ....'. .....'.., Miss 1.000 1,000 1.000 Minnie llnv Liticrtv 7.oe Miss Miss v. 1.0(10 1.000 1.0(H) Miss 1.000 MUs Mi-, Ada Weslev Ml, Mi-- Dili's Goodie Mis Ida Thonuison Miss Annie Middlctoii Mil's Kate Melvin Mrs. L. 1.. Sniulers .Miss I hi Ncuhind Marv Huwll Ml Eleanor Te is Crab Orchard Mrs. Hove Garner s M. L. Miircuiu 1.000 1.02. 1.000 I.OIMI 1 Ml, M vi tie Drown Mluiiluth I 'ovinia n . . Parksvillfi . .X . I'lin Ovei-tleeMae Cozatt Lottie elerllold .. l.. ...'... .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .1.000 .000 Redd Mr. l)aiv Hunt .. ..' 1.000 1.025 1.000 1.050 1. 000 1.000 1.000 1.00" Tod.iy we publish a partial list of. nominations in the Stanford Interior JouriinlV. Gieat $500 Prize Popularity contest. The pauies of iloreii of The ninnhet younj; Indie appear. eeitaiuly indicates a remarkahlo Intel est in wlmt isde.stined to he one of the most friendly simple for a ...!..., i ..1T......1 ..:..i i.j ii i',it iiiiriiii i... .. . iiii- iiiii in the Mate of ICentiieky. 'try paper Dr. Hinitt 'to Speak Here Monday Dr. P. W. Hinitt, president of Central University, Danville, will address the people of Stanford nnd Lincoln county, nt the court house, next Monday at 1 :30 o'clock on the Fiihjeet of Civic Rigb.tcousnes. Dr. Hinitt is one of the leading educator and foremost speakers of Kentucky, nnd his theme should interest every mnn of every political par- last week. ty and religious belief, as the Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Tate and Mrs. of politic, seems to he the C. P. Drown drove to Danville Wedchief topic in every political nnd nesday. gathering iu the land. County Rev. W. G Montgomery, of More-lanCommittee on Law: nnd Order. was here for a short time Saturday. Dix- River Power Plant a Certainty Mrs. E. C. Hardin mid children, of The Harrodsburg Leader says: Whcatcroft, were recent guests of .Mr. WTirren Ciiid has belied up Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dlnin nnd Mrs. with the Dix River Dam Company, Thomas Tupman. Mcsdnme, 'S. S. Robinson' nud J. and the monster barrier ncros., the water will be erected on hi, farm. H. RifTe chnperoned n number of The company has also purchased ti girls and boys to Danville Saturday sixty-foright of way through Mr. to see the circus. ( tin! s place to the river, nnd u i Missc, Mnry 1). Kennedy, Cora truiiiwiiy and drive will he built (Goode and Deechev Newbern were aloig thi, to the big clinic Tho guests of Mr. John Dlnin last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tate and company has also acquired a good deal of land ulnng the river bottom, I Mis Mnrgnret McCormaek were ill the average price being paid to the Danville last week, Mr. James Hall entertnined n owiieii. being about $50 an acre. The promoter expect to start the, number of his friends hist Friday work or building early iu the mer. The, dam will bo about five ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Rowland Bishop nnd mile, from the junction of Di.v nud daughter visited Danville relntiv i Inst week. Kentucky rivers. Miss Ada Alcorn returned Sunday Reserved seats on sale for K. of from Chiengo, where sho visited P. minstrels, price 50c, 35e, 25c. ,Miss M. Larry Alcorn. pirri-ftVatid, ot I g. I Ilustonvillc, iay 0. Next week is the Commencement Week of the Hustonville High School and' the young folks nre looking forward with much interest to the exercises. The interesting program srill be iuuugurated with tho Baccalaureate ceiuiuu lo tiie graduates at tho Christian church on Sunday evening by lie v. If. F. Surles, of th Duptist church. The Commencement address will also be delievered at the same place by Dr. tt.JlCross-fleld- , the brilliant president of Transylvania University, Lexington. ' There nre four graduates this term. Paul Willis, Ama Darker, John and Roger Hicks. Rev. W. S. Willi, of the Christian church, will preach at Tuniers-vill- e Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.. Everyone in Hustonville is delighted that Adnms Dros. hnve installed n soda fountain in their popular drug store. It is a beauty and iu every particular, and will ceitainly fill a long felt want Misses Carter, of McCormack's church section, were guests of Mrs. A. M. Frye Wednesday. Mrs. Nannie D. Harper, of Salisbury, N.' C, is the guest of her brother, J. W. Powell. Messrs. Henry B. Hays and Cat! Carter, of Stanford were here Wed nesday. Mrs. Dettie Williams and daughter Miss Orpha Denhnni were in Stan ford Tuesday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cabbell arrived from Louisville Thursday to be with Mr. Francis Cabbell, who is very ill. Messrs. Harry Tomlinson and Gabe Walters, of Lancaster, were in this city Wednesday evening. Miss Elizabeth Phillips passed through here Thursday from- - Lex- iiigton en route to Liberty. rs. George Gillock and son left Sunday for a short visit to her daughter, Mrs. Charles Jones, at New Castle, Indiana. Mr. nud Mrs. J. P. Harper, of Salisbury, N. C, were' with relatives here Friday. The Moreland nnd Hustonville High School boy., crossed bats here Thursday afternoon and .quite a lively game resulted. The home boys defeated the visitors 10 to 2. The 'union prayer meeting Thurs day evening nt the Raptist church was largely attended. Dr. Wheeler, of the Presbyterian church, delivered a most interesting nnd helpful address on Faith. Mrs. Walter Vunarsdnle, of Doyle, was the guest of Mrs. II. It. Carauitz Mr ' i' I '.V jw H T v 'I n? - v Ml ' .iijsf Nominate a Candidate. Nomination' Blank CONTEST 0EPT., INTERIOR JOURNAL: I hereby nominate as a candidate In your $500 Popularity Contest: NAME Good for 1,000 Votes. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL $500 This Ballot Must Be Voted on or POPULARITY CONTEST Good For 25 Votes FOR Before May 20 J . .- District No -- . V, Address .., 1Y Address NOMINATED Address Send necessary blanks and Instructions. Note Only one nomination blank will be accepted for any one candidate. This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed (o the Content Department of the Interior Journu, will count for the person whose name is written thereon. These ballots must be fastened together iu packages, enclosed in envelopes, before being deposited. - ,. LMF3 mrjini ,Hiihi'njin i,w in miinnf mi mi if m.r v 3 ? ! C THE TANFtD INTEMOB J8UBNAL ITANFOBD; KENTUCKY. wc so mnuy people on board. nnd presently went Down we fjonled with our ropes still holding i ii4 awnv .. 11, nil- - .i.nn.it ,.,.-....- . from Ihe side of the vessel and the well of the sea surging us buck, Ihe icsuii nguinM Ihe side again. of all Ihe forces was an impetus which curried us parallel to tho ship's side and diiertly nnder boat which had filled rapidly with men and was coming down on us in way Hint threatened to submerge i '1 5TAIROV SIMkf tfffiT AY MAHY ROBTRTSMINE. JLLUSTAATom BY 6r JwMffOJ-mmiCcorrMi- rmri y sWm. Tilt sv v Bowels are Basis Tl A D&SiSfc of Child Health t 3 ''jt tbb . r ' move among hnd i.ty or seventy Ashland Brook (No. 41750.) Vol. 17 A. T. II. R., Lrcd by Eu. gene Kucker, Georgetown, Ky, Ash- land Urook was foaled 1003, solid bay with left hind foot white, 15' hands high. 4 3-1-- 2. I toprfucttripoo CHAPTER ry SYNOPSIS. haadquarters at Amldat numaroua dlfllcultlea the aanranta daaartad. A MIm Innaa loekatt up for the nlcht. aha ku atartlad Ly dark flgura on tna vsranda. paaaed a tarrtbla CHAPTER ha nltht, which waa ffllad with unanmlr notara. In tba morning- Mlaa Innea found atranta link cuS button In a clothaa barapar. ua' CHAPTER and Halaar with Jack Ballar. Tha houaa waa awakenad br a ravolrar ahou A atrang-an waa found abot to daath. In tha hail, CHAPTER IV.- -It prorad to b tha codr of Arnold Armstrong-- whoaa bank-- r father owned tha country houaa. Mlaa Innaa found Halaay'a revolver on tha lawn. Ur and Jack Bailer had disappeared. Tha link euS button mratarloua-1- 7 disappeared. CHAPTER V. Detective Jamleaon and tha coroner arrived. Gertrude revealed that aha waa enraged to Jack ruiley. with whom aha had talked In the billiard room a few momenta before tha murder. CHAPTER VI. Jamleaon told Mlaa Innea that ahe waa hiding; evidence from him. Ha Imprlaoned an Intruder In an empty room. Tha prlaoner aacaped down laundry chute. flunnjr-Id- a. IL-8m.-Jrtr, Eardlan t.-- Un Innaa, aplnstar and of Oartruda and ftalaejr, . r "i f wait for Warner." "It's kind o close In here, ma'am." he said, obeying gingerly, and disclosing a cool and comfortable-lookinInterior. "Perhaps you'd keer to set on the porch an' rest you'self." It was so evident that Thomas did not want me inside that I went In. "Tell Warner he Is needed In a hurry." I repeated, and turned Into the little sitting room. I could hear Thomas going up the stairs, could hear htm rouse Warner, and the steps of the chauffeur as he hurriedly dressed. But my attention was busy with the room below. On the center table, open, was a sealskin traveling bag. It was filled with bottles and brushes, and It breathed opulence, luxury, fem ininity from every inch of surface. How did It get there? I was still-asing myself the question when Warner came running down the stairs and Into the room. He waa completely but 'Somewhat Incongruously dressed, and bis open, boyish face looked abashed. He was a country boy, absolutely frank and reliable, of fair education and Intelligence one of the small army of American youths who turn a natural aptitude for mechanics Into the special field of the automobile, and earn good salaries In a congenial g gold-toppe- d aharpljr. "I fell oyer the carriage block," she explained. "I thought perhaps I might see Halser coming home. He ha ought to be here." I hastened to tha lodge. "Where Is WarnerT" I asked. "I I think he's In bed. ma'am." "Oet him up." I said, "and for goodness sake open the door, Thomas. I'll Too hare hurt yourself," I said occupation. anxiously. "What It It, Miss Innesr ha asked "There is some one locked in the laundry," I replied. "Mr. Jamleson wants you to help him break the lock, Warner, whose bag Is this?" He was in the doorway by this time, and he pretended not to hear. "Warner," I called, "come back nero. Whose bag is tms7 Ho stormed then, hut ho did not turn around. ! pins and the poker of the range. "Iloslo is missing," Llddy said with unction. She had objected to Hoslo, the parlor maid, from the start. "Mrs. Watson went Into.her room, and found Bho had gono without her hat. Peoplo that trust themselves a dozen miles from tho city, In strango houses, with BervuntH they don't know, needn't be surprised if they wake up some morning and find their throats cut." After which carefully veiled sarcasm Llddy relapsed Into gloom. War ner came In then with ft handful o( small tools, and Mr Jamleson Went with blm to the basement Oddly enough, I was not alarmed. With all ruy heart I wished for llalsey, but I was not frightened. At the door he was to force Warner put down his tools and looked at It. Then he turned tho handle. Without the slightest difficulty the door opened, repealing the blackuess of tho drying room beyond! Mr. Jamleson gave an exclamation of disgust. "done!" he said. "Confound such careless work! I might have known." It was true enough. We got the lights oq finally an4 looked all through t,he three rooms that constituted tbla wing of tha basement it belongs to Thomas," he said, and fled up the drive. To Thomas! A London bag with mirrors and cosmetic Jars of which Thomas could not even have guessed the use! However, I put the bag In the back of my mind, which was fast becoming stored with anomalous and apparently Irreconcilable facts, and followed Warner to tho house. Llddy had come back to the kitchen: the door to the basement 'stairs , was and had a table pushed against it; and beside her on the table was most of the kitchen paraphernalia. "Did you see If there was any ono missing In the house?" I asked. Ignor ing the array of sauce pans, rolling "It's double-barred- I XttrrlaiM waj aulet and eaipty. Aa rUMfJKKE, Sired by Silent llrook, No. 11I7011, iccord 2:10 the sire of Margaret lathate. 2:11 Settle Iroek (3) 2;l7i; Lady contalna auperlor tnnlo properties which help to tone nnd atrengthen the etomach, Bellurooks, 2:17 Jennie Irook, liver and bowela no that after a l.rlef our bunt. Elllett Stafie (4) 2:17 uae of It all laxatives ran be dispensed "Stop lowering U". our crew shoutwith and naturo will do Ita oan work. ed, nnd the crew of Ko. 14 now only. Lady Brook, 2:30 and Runrftnfl Ireek Anyone winning to make a trial of thla AaastAaieaal arlll annMialii remedy before buying It In the regular 'JO feet above shouted the same, ltut 2:30, Silent Brook by Darkniaht, No h ItiAt explanation of how the fugitive had t, needed. You will find that the child way of a drugglat at fifty cents or one the distance to Ihe 1op was some 2858, the siro of Searchlight 2:02 alia) can larira escaped Injury was found In a heaped- - will recover Its accuatomed good aplrlta dollar n a ample bottle (family the horns 70 fee( and the eieaking pulleys bottle vent to up basket of clothes under tha chute. at once and wilt eat and aleep normally, haa of charge by simply addreaaing Dr. seemed to deaden all sound lo those -1, llrigtitlight, 2:03 -1 and Valpa, Dnrknight nired by Alcyone 2:01) Thla remedy la a vaat Improvement free II. Caldwell, 0& Woahlngton Ht.. The basket had been overturned, but over aatta, cathartics, laxative wntera W name and addreaa nboe, for down she riime lfi feet No. 232 record Montlcello, III. 2:27. Ashland that was all. Mr. Jamleson examlnedthe and similar things, which are altogether on a poatal card Tour do. will ten feet, five feet, nnd a stoker and H look's 1st dnm Dunn Wren by Ash. windows; one was unlocked, and of her swingI renchrd an nnd touched fered an easy escape. Tha window or Wilkes, 22U1; record 2:17 more serious than had been suppos- ing above our licn'ri. The next drop land the door? Which way had the fugl- - LINCOLN COUNTY BOY ed, and my first thought was to go would have brought her on our heads the sire of John II. Gentry, 2:00 Uva escaped? The door seemed most Ashland Wilkcn WAS ON THE TITANIC down and get some more clothing but just before, she dropKd nnolhev I Sally Toler 2:00 probable, and I hoped It had been so. 1 could and some money, but seeing people stoker rpraiig to the ropes with his sired by Ited Wilkes 1740, h by not have borne. Just then, to (Jeorge Wilkes, second dam, Lido think that it was my poor Gertrude Lawrence Beazley Gives Graphic pour up the stairs decided it was knife. we had been hounding through the "One" I heard, him sny: "two" ns Lilly, by Pretender, 1453, 3d dam better to cause no confusion to peoMari- Description of Greatest ple coming up by doing o. uaraness, ana yet i naa met uer-- . his knifo rut through Ihe pulley by Jim Monroe. 835. . - tl,. a.. Ul INC IIIIIC UI3U91CI trude not far from that very window. Presently we hmird the order: ropes, and the next moment the exNote, Ahland Hrook is a handI went upstairs at last, tired and "All men stand bnck away from haust steam had carried us clear, Ueasley, hou of Hoy some horse with Iota of substance depressed. Mrs. Watson and Llddy the boats and all ladies retire to while the bont 14 dropped into 'the in offering to the were making tea In the kitchen. In Benley, formerly of this county, next deck below." water into the space we hnd the and we feel sure novr ot Mt- ernon wus ,lle "'' public, (he service of him that there certain walks of life the tea pot Is tha This was the smoking room deck moment before occupied, our refuge in times of stress, trouble or Kentuckinn nbonnl (lie illfnted T- - or II. deck. The men all stood away are very few his equal, for he has almost touching sickness; they give tea to the dying tnaic, wiiien was sunn uv an iccoerg and remained in absolute silence, himself to be a proven We drifted nwav easily n the already and they put It in the baby's nursing and enrried over 1G0O Kole to n leaning against the cud railing of onr wero cot out and headed di breeder unsurpassed, for ho is n sire ilnys nco. Mr, bottle. Mra. Watson was fixing a tray wnterv crave The of the kind of horses the public are to be sent In to me, and when I asked Beazlcy mauneil to escape, and tells the deck or pacing up and down. The rectly away from the shin. her about Itogle she confirmed her a. graphic account of the RreatC't boats were swung out and lowered erew seemed to me to he mostly looking for today. His colts all have frmn A deck. When they wctc to rooks in white jackets, two to nn good color and havo that nice way absence. o maritime dUnMer ofUhe age. Indies oar, with the stoker nt the tiller. "She's not here." she said; "but I going with the speed of trotters. Henzley had been at Cam- the level of It deck where all of of would not think much of that. Miss bridge University, England, pursu- were collected, the ladies got in There wns n certain amount looks of a fina quietly, with (he exception of some shouting from one end of the boat They nil possess the Rosle is a pretty young girl, ing Ins studies and was on hU way husto the other, and discussion as to sndil!,. horse in fact they meet with aad perhaps she has a sweetheart It home on. the Titanic. UN father few who refused to leave their In some thev were which way to go, but finally it was few defeats in the show ring. They bands. will be a good thing If she has. The lias wired him to cuiue on imme at maids stay much better when they once. Mr. Iienzlcy is a nephew of torn front them and pushed into the deeideil to elect the stoker, who was have perfect manners. Ashland have aomethlng like that to hold them Mr. J. L. Heazley and Mrs. V. W. boats, birt iu many instances they steeling captain, and for all t J obey llrook will make the present Season here." remain, becnusc his oi tiers. He set to work at once at $15 to insure n living colt. Mays, of this city, many were allowed t Gertrude had gone back to her other relatives in thisnnd has there was 116 one to insist they to get into touch with the "other section of the room, and while I was drinking my boats, calling to them and getting as should co. cup of hot tea, Mr. Jamleson came In. state, where he is very well known s rlose as seemed wise, so that when Looking over the stile one No. 2550. nnd populur. He tells the following "We might tako up the conversation from aft nl ready in the water, the senrch boat1 came in tliVmorn-in- g story of the disaster: Vol. 6, A. H. II. IC King Eagle is where we left off an hour and a halt to look for us there Would be darkness, slipping quietly away into Mr. Beazley's Story. ago," he aald. "But before we go on, more ehunce for nil to be rescued by 10 bauds high, dark bay with flowing The voyage from Qtivenstown hnd and presently the boats near to me I want to say this: The person who mane and tail, goes all the gait were lowered, and with much creak- keeping together. escaped from the laundry was a wom- been quite uneventful, very fine ing "It was now about 1 A. M.. n jwith plenty of speed, style and ac- of the new ropes slipped though an with a foot of moderate slxe and weather was experienced nnd the piillcv blocks down the ninety beautiful stailit niglrt with no moon, Jtion. well arched. She wore nothing but sen was quite calm. The win 1 had the light. The wa so Pediflree -- Sired by Royal King a stocking on her right foot, and. In been westerly to Houtliv.cterly the feet which separated them from the nndcalmnot Nerypond, just seagentle as a a 2555 he by On Time, 745, he by spite of the unlocked door, she es- whole way, but very cold particu- water. An officer in uniform enme us heave as the boat dipped up and Stoncwnll Jackson 72, Itoyal King' caped by the window." larly the last day; in fnot, nfler up ns one boat went down nnd down in the swell; an ideal night ex'When you are afloat row shouted: And again I thought of Gertrude's dinner on Sunday evening it was dam Molhe Mouutz, 35S4, was cept for the bitter cold, for unyone first sprained ankle. Was It the right or by the noted sire Cnbbell's Lexingtoo cold to be ou deck at nil. around to the companion ladder and who be out iu the middle of had to the left? ,1 had been in mv berth for about stand by with the other boats tor the Atlantic Ocean iu an open bont. ton P. S. King Kngle's first dam Hip ten minute-- , when at about 11:15 1. orders.' CHAPTER VIII. "Aye, aye.' came up the reply, but and if ever there was u lime when 3570, she by Kngle Bird 1014, be by I.M.. I feLt a slight jar and then soon I don't think any boat was able to such a nit'ht was needed, surely it Old King Kuglc, 750, second dam a nC' l The Other Half of the Link. "lle,r, ", obey the order. When they were was now with hundreds of peopl. by lu-- Lion 3rd dam by Harris' Den- Jo nrJ-- " "Miss Innes." the detective began. l tim-i- i nod iilli.ni I mark, hr by Millar's L'cr.'r.srl;, 15, rasf av anetv to- nfloat and had oars at work the iin-t- !. "what Is your opinion of the figure ,lI1J'OMe- - However, the engines stop- condition of the rapidly settling hundreds of miles from laud, i fourth dam by Jim Dell (tbirough- "mentely afterward and my boat was so much more a sight for "The you saw on the east veranda the night ".e,, told us that bred.) you and your maid were in the house f'rst Hiought was she has lo- -t u he had been at tweuiy-si- x years Note. King Kagle is a combined I went up on toi (boat)) alarm for those in the boats thnn , propeller, alone?" and hnd never seen such a calm thoo on bonrd thnt in common "It was a woman," I said positively. lt''k in a dressing gown, and found night on the Atlantic. As we rowed stallion, a breeder of combined hor the sailors saw they could do "And yet your maid affirms with only a few peonle there who hud nwny from the Titanic we looked ses his colts all have good colors, equal posltiveness that It was a man." come up similarly to inquire whv we nothing but tow fioin the sinking bnck" from time to time to watch W'th hU''' UrU hte om- - nc,io"' ,Ie ship to save at any rate some lives. "Nonsense," I broke In. "Llddy had stopped, but there was on sort her, and n moro striking spectacle " nl''0 n blre "' ne. mo3t looked fur bad her eyes shut she always shuts of anxiety in the mind-- , of unyone They do doubt anticipated that sucjit was not puMble for nnvone to horse today; that is the plantation them when she's frightened." We saw through the smoking room tion from such an enormous csel horse. They nil have n nice running you never thought then that window a game of cards going on would be more than usually danger- see. "And on- - oou..)sU, uu im!oi u, walk and their ennter is perfect. IUs the Intruder who came later that and went in to inquire if thev knew ous to n crowded boat mostly filled , length, enorniou-her great bulk out- - get nre in demand nnd always bring night might be a woman the woman anything. Jt seemed they felt more with women. All this time there was no trace lined iu black against the starry sky. the highest prices. King Kagle will In fact, whom you saw on the reran-da- r of the jar, and looking throhgb the Kof nny disorder, panic or rush to the tel?'iw7 " I,r"-,"- t window and seen a huge iceberg go "t le lw . It was impossi'm""' i, i "I had reasons for thinking It was CU-Mif bv elo'-to the side of the boat. boats and scenes of women sobbing I flunk anything c'ould be wrong e a man," I said, remembering the pearl hysterically such as one generally wif ,,nie They thought we bad iiiht grazed it AR TRACE cuff-lina luviatiian uri- - it not for (lint pictures as happening nt such times. "Now we are getting down to busi- with a glancing blow, and the en- Kveryone seemed to realise so slowv n it uiou UV OIUIIU jliu """"""in in tut imV, ness. What were your reasons for gine.- had been stopped to see if unv ly that thcie was imminent danger. wheie the water was by now utt to 'young Jack War Truce nt $10 for damage had been done. Xo one, of thinking that?" the lowest row of hole,. n for jennets to insure ,imn.s umj course, had any conception that she When it was realized that we might ently. aboin 2 A. pit as near I hesitated. M.. v..- :.. i.i.t. as I all be lrresontlv iu the sen with noth..i t you have any reason for bellev- ben pierced below by part of ing but our life belts to support us 0!7'",,',1,,w " - ! with white points 15 2 hands high, II?" lng that your midnight guest was Mr, l lie Miumerged icenerg. and " .. s srred by Gient hastern II he Armstrong, other than bis visit here ''The.' game went on without any until we were picked up by passing bridge completely under water stenmer it was extraordinary how the next night, you ought to tell me, though! of lmVt fuX layw that 80,d.for and I retired to calm everyone w"s nnd how com- concluded it was now only a one, i b? l'. Miss Innes. We can take nothing for my cabin to read until we went on tjon ot minutes before she slowly '" un,l wns "J '"e mP-granted. If, for Instance, the Intru- again. I never saw any of the play- pletely self- - controlled. rcnt Kastern. War Trace's data One by one .the boats were filled tilted straight on end with the stcrii der who dropped the bar and ers or the Onlookers again. A little vertically upwaids and as she did y Bedford Klnr, he by Ezcll Stai- scratched the staircase you see, I later, hearing people going up stairs with women and children, lowered so, the lights light. in the calniis mi.i .and mwtd away into the night. Presknow about that if this visiter wss I went out again nnd found every- - ently the word went Ilooiu, which had mil llickvred for n ' Note. Tins jack ims proven a woman, why should not the same I around among - UU - a?!! I hiiice we lelt. came on again 'self to bo u great breeder for mules "' MIWW mii nit- ti.K"H' the men. 'Ihe men are to be put in l"" night, met Mr. Armstrong on the clr-- l1""1 t'linl. NJ doubt many were, boats on the star board side.' I was " ' """"y I'.v out altogether. t At ili -- Mm... n,,,., for his colts sold last full as high ns ""Men fr;' cular staircase, and In alarm shot i stooping of m vibration to which on the port side nnd most of ihe the, engines mid machinery roared $110 horse iiulo colts lo $125 for hlm?" during menIi!- walked neros the deck to see don through the Vessel with a rat- mine mules, so ym seo iu offering "It was a man," I reiterated. And tn,'.v '"'" if t w.is so. I remained .where I we l"l heen on board. tle and a groaning that muld he the Mriee of this gicnt jack, wc then, because I could think of no oth- - 'T10 f"llr was and presently board tin rail: Ilea id for mile--, the weiulest s.iund nre ollViing one that is second to reason for my statement, I told .Naturally, with such powerful er "An inoie ladies?" ,h" Tilunip Hie This jack has ulo proven Ho waa 'V,"eV "h Looking over the side of the ship. surely llint could be heaid in the none. about the pearl middle of the ocean, a thousand himclf to bo n great jenuett jack, wriy. vtry notiowililr all the Intensely Interested. I snw the bont No. III. swinging levW( nllt for he has the finest head nnd car, "Will you, give mo the link." he said ''!'.m' "ml ,,,' M1,,,,'" stooping some-whe- n el with H deck, hnir full of Indies. miles jinny f,,,,,, not yet finite the end. I finished, "or. at least. let moj,,.""- - 1,,e M,lm rth'ft nr. tho slop-se- e Again Ihe nnd as much foot nnd bone ns any call was repeated; n 'oll( ticking grandfather " "To om niiinzi-iuoiiIt? I consider It a most Impor-ll""- she icinaiiiid jack living nnd ns like begets like, "Any more ladies?" in a room. tant clew." I saw none come on. nnd then one in that upright posfiion lor n time he lyis departed the same to his jack ' On going on deck again I saw that "Won't the description do?" niucil i eslllim leil crew jllirre was nn undoubted li- -t down- - of tho ladies looked mi nnd snid: "thes i ,h, ,mat Niy; i;.,:;',;;,, itv,m1 ji,,,,u,t eoh "Not as well as the original." ou "nv I .plied. vour deck sir?" was ccitlumv some minnl... ul.il., EQUITY. "Woll, I'm very sorry," I said, as ward from stern to bow, but know-calm"Xn" i, wo walcbcd nt least 150 feet of as I could, "I tho thing lsng nothing of what bad Im'iened. We will also ofier for public serthe "Then you bad better jump." lost. It It must have fallen out of concluded some of the compartments Thniiie towering up above Ihe level vice this great Jack. Ho is I dropped in nnd fell nt the n a box on my dressing table." t hitl filled and weighted her down, I of the sen niug black against black with while points. His head as they cried. "Lower nwav." the sky. and my expla- Whatever he thought of ent down again to put ou wanner As the boat began to descend two ear, foot nation, and I knew he doubted It. he ,.iHiin.. n.J m. I ,, i,...i ladies were pushed hurriedly through "Then with a quiet slanting dive, andnone, with and bone are second mail no sign stylo nnd action like . lln naked me to de- -' she disappeared beneath the waters, to the crowd on it deck and henved oy- and our scribe the link accurately, and I did "All passengers on deck with life eCs hud looked for the s mule. He is sired by Ycibcrioa, er into the bont nnd a baby 10 last timo on the gigantic bo, while be glanced at a list be took belt, on. vessel w. Jr., first dnm by Dr. Wood, second from his pocket. "We all walked slowly up with months passed down after them. had sit out mi from Southhampton dam by imported jack. Velbeton, "One set monogram Down we went, the crew eiillimr to lost he read, "ono set plain pearl links, one them tied on over our clothing, Inrt Ibo-- e lowering which end to keen to Wednesday. And thcie was I..11 Jr., the siie of Kquitv is now at the tis tu. gently heaving sea, the head of Mr. T. 11. A'dums' herd of fcet cufflinks, woman's head set with even then presumed this was a wise level. "Afl". ."slern" "both together" diamonds and emeralds. There Is no precaution tile captain was taking, until we wero some (en feet from the boat filled to slniuliiig room with jennets, nt Lexington, Ky. men niid. women in every conceivable In offering this juck for public mention ot such a link as you de- and that we should return in u shoit water, and here occurred lb only condition of dress nn undress scribe, and yet, if your theory is right, tli- ttud retire to hwl. There was a noxious moment we had during the above the pel feet sky of brilliant service wo feel sure we are offering any panic or m Mr, Armstrong must have taken back total absence of whole of our e.viericncp leavstais, with not a cloud iu tho sky, a great breeder for competent judges In his cuffs one complete and je.presioiis of ahum, and 1 suppose ing Ihe deck to reaching the Cnpn-tliiall tenipeied with a bitter cold that say that ho was the best breeder in a half, perhaps, of the other." (this can be accounted for by the e.x- Montgomery county, his colts always Hindu us all Im,;. The Idea was new to me. If it had i reeding calm night and Jt, llU, of Immediately below our boat was ciew who toiled away with tho f (u, bringing thc highest prices. not been the murdered man who had any signs of the accident The sbii oars TIJ gient juck will make the pre. entered the house that night, who was absolutely still, and except for the exhaust of the condensers, n and kept themselves warm thereby -hugestie-iof water pouring all ii cuiioiN deadening bitter cold bad It been? sent Fonson at $10 for mores and a gentle tilt downward, which I don t tho time from the ship's side above nuvthing we bad fell lie fine. 'There are a number of strange think one person in ten would have $20 for jennets to insuro n living It wns nluin we tnings connected with this case." the 'noticed at that time, no signs of the the water line. "And then with till these them fell olt. All of the above mentioned ought to be smart awnv from this ou Ihe ear the ucicumu went on. '.miss uertruae approaching disaster wero visime. mot appalling noise slock will mnk's the present season Innes testlQed that she heard some She lay that human jut n If she. were wailing not In beIn-swnmocd Iu-- it when we the ciies of being ever listened to of 1012 at our stnble 2 2 miles - Water. one fumbling with the lock, that the hundreds, of our fellow, t.) go on again when some touched west of Stanford on the Shelby City door opened, and that almost Immedi- the order (tftliw mnltiiH Itfii? IkiiAii ii t r njl ' We hud no officer or petty offi- - beings struggling )in the icy ately the shot was fired. Now, Miss w water crying for help with n ciy pike. Mures truded, patted with or "r "";m!W of Innes, here Is the strange part of that. Tint in n few moments- wo saw fimj Uw pw that we knew could not be answered. bred elsewhere without our consent Mr. Armstrong bad no key with him. covers lifted from the boats nnd the ''"T"' the bont from the We longed to return and pick up foi felts the insurance and money bewaa no key In tha lock, or on crews nllotted to them standing bv inpes nnd pull it up." There No one knew some of those swimming, but this comes duo at time of such transacthe floor. In other words, tha evi- nnd curling up the ropes whiuli were where it wus. We felt ns well as we would have meant swuuiping our tion. For information call on or addence point absolutely to this: Mr. to lower them by the pulley ljloeks could on the floor nnd sides, but boat and further loss of life for dress S. T. Harris & Robert Woods, Armstrong waa admitted to tha house into the water. found nothing, and it was hard If all of us. Pboi.. 3, Stanford, Ky. We then began to realize it was iron wltala." (Continued next Friday) A 7Ci Tha cartful mother, who wntchea eloaely tha physical peculiarities of her children, will soon dlacover that the moat Important thing-- In connection with a child's conatant Rood health la to keep the bowela regularly open. PltiRirlah bowela will be followed by loas of appetite, reatleaaneas during aleep, Irritability and a dozen and one etmllar evidences of phyalcil disorder. At tha flrat sign of auch dlaonler give the child a teaapoonfut of Dr. Caldwell's Svrup retrain ,at night on retiring and repeat the doae the following night If Otf-na-si em Mra. Carrie McDonald. 1031 Trigs; Ave., Memphis, Tenn., and Mra. Halite K. Orlf-nt- h, Vrechilaln, Ky., are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell'a Syrup I'epaln, and with them, aa with thousand of others, there la no aubatltute for thla grand laxative. It la really more than a laxative, for It too powerful for a child. The homea of 4, 2-- 1- 1- 2. 4, 2, 4: l" nl.i.. gun-whnl- Lnw-reiw- In-b- King Eagle saw-boat- at-ra- ot 'ly "l ,, J -- e ,. Us " p.,. lii-i.,- l'-- Zvcrv tni t.... 1-- er, tJ'-u- .. -,- ,- "?' "." iit T ,w-v- en-hl- m cuff-lin- l,i, ,, t ly hot-loi- 10-ha- I ,i....i cuff-links,- " - cuff-lin- n. ab-eii- uu-li- i iii-- - ther Sl,"7 up 72-Ri- H .' ffyf.-!- H !" THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ft -- Ralttrs CecKai Leaf, 44103 Don Varrick tn rn '3 Springs, Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Rockers, Chairs Wall Paper Carpets Mattings Rugs Druggets, Lace Curtains Shades, Pictures Trunks, Sewing Machines Bed Room Suites Odd Dressers Odd Beds Odd Wash Stands it. Mia Knit Bryant, DrAow, Kir., sartt "I K... ml (of vtars J ihinklltr U.I PKiZ !rr'a' mtat. ll nut MM. II I WiIIIotms, Dardsfcma t? 'VA .J. - U i II JJ J .iMrl.A kill. I"ItA waraudnlimtihtchKk Mil. Ii lilUL.ilrtt.trt.il.. I h... ...... I 4 m4 Gurnttri ky J. Crame, Birditown, Ky. Price SOc l l Drug Itti Mf. OLD V SOLD BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. u Cholera. Gims. Limhtrntrk. Dmin ranker a am. .. M...I nil am tinnn- -. no ccmc, no nr unrrnoca ana i u seases or Poultry Rr. ..till I to. r r BHKHHBKaKHaKW4MBBT fl'tn JPlK'ioPBLj HHnajEl JlBJBarHHHHHHHHHHHHrvaW ''JiBYSif skLLiSALiVEK9LiWiaVHHlft9ffiiliHDBMii?if rfflmriaaBBBIIaWlll Sired bv lied Lcnf 21300. tlia dnra crontrt of nil rondstcrs: lot Gnm-lietLliiv Jlnid bv Cecilinn. lie bv llnl-noWilkes: 2nd dn in Nell bv 1024. 3rd dnra Noon Dnv bv St. Klmo 275: 4th dnm bv Pilot. Jr. 12. In Cccilinn I.enf the Mood of (.'. P. CInv ami Hid Wilkes i united with thnt of Unini.cttii Wilkes urn I 1'ilot. Jr.. mid should nrovo n cross whifli en n not bo excelled. Cccilinn I.enf w n rieh lmv with two white hind feet nnd n ftnr: is ('Xcctitioinillv mnirv for n trotting horse. cMtccinllv crnceful in tho neck: Mnudu full 'i .J 4 hnmls: lins Inch notion nnd lot of '"lu nnd nddition to his meed iuti'li. nhifli nnikci him nn ideal hornc, for the Html. These minlities nrc iust whnt is needed ill n fire to breed liich clam hnrnohA mid wnlk trot horse, nnd it is the wnlk-trthnt ells fur tho mot monev mid lins the readMile. Cccilinn I.enf it uniniu liiest ed but oiui trot in 2:28. nt the lie will iiinke tlic PiiiU Cotlnee burn 1 miles from Stuiil'iiid on the HiiMonvill,. nike. Tlu fee to n limited number of mares tins reason will bo ?') for n livintr eolt. At the pnmo nlnce I will stand ' to c. inek. bamsnn nt You know this inek ns the iro of more (.how mules thnn nnv other for the rmt four venrc. Thn (.enson fee on nnv mnre bred lo either t'eeilinn or Samson becomes due ntiil will bo collected from the breeder if mnre is sold or nnTtcd -ot 1- -J 1'-- TATE & MESSER. James Messcr. Mananer. Phone 150 It. Stanford. Kv. with. Will mnkc tho senson of 1912 nt my stable, one mil0 from Stnnford, at $15 to insure ft living foal. Don Varrick is n beautiful chestnut, 10:2, by the great Onward Silver 2:05'i, bo by Onward, by Geo. Wilkes. Onward Silver sold for $25,000, nnd wns ns gnmo ft rnco horso ns ever went down the Ornnd Circuit. Don Vnrrick's first dnm' by Wilkes IJoy, the sire of n grcnt fnra-il- y of Futurity winners; 2d dnm, Mnry by Hogg's Grey Engle, tho dnm of Th0 Wng 2:15'4 nnd Mndelene Pntchcn, the dnm of IJubnor 2:10, Hilly Wilton 2:20, Winchester 2:19'.? and Miss 11. 2:30. Don Vnrrick's dnm wns the dnm of Dr. Connor, thnt pneed a public hnlf mile nt Lexington nt 10 months in l'.OSJ, r, nnd sold for $1,000 to X. W. of Now Hnven, Conn.; also the dnm of Maggie Igo, that trotted a half mile on snme track in 1:11 nt 10 months, nnd sold for $300. Don Varrick breeds size, speed nnd finish. His disposition is perfect. Senson money due when marc is frold, traded or bred to another horse. Will pasture mnres at $3 n month, and will tnke especial care to prevent neeident8, but will not be responsible should nliv occur. ED BALLARD, Stanford, Ky. Hnb-inge- i "V! W. A. Tribble &SJ '. Beau Naboth 45006 Hervey Highland, 3027 A. S. II. R. HY XABOTH 10110. by Walsingham by Georye Wilkes For the season of 1912, I offer for public service the Royally Bred and Handsome Individual Saddle Stallion, ALL PEAVINE 4092, at my farm, near McKinney; Ky., at $25 to insure a living colt. "'.- e. ' XO. 022, 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. K, PRESTON FIVE-GAITED 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 I NSURE A LIVING COLT. ALSO FOR SERVICE i. xUkSEBT!" Will mnkc the senson- of 1912 nt mv tilnee. two miles west of Hustou-villnike. on tho Ilrudfonlsvill Sired bv Hifhlnnd Demnnrk 7ou Hp bv Illnek Sourrrel uS. hn bv Hlnek Cnelc 74 he bv Kinc Wilhnrn 07 he bv Wnehincton Denmnrk 04. he bv (laiiu-s- ' Denmark 01. Hcrvev's dnm 133S. she bv Anno Wnsdiineton Wnxhineton 51 lie bv Cromwell 73. ho bv Wnsliimrton Denmark 01 '' bv (Jniii"s' Denmnrk (II. 2nd dnm bv VidettP IIov 535 bv Vidette bv Vin- dex. bv Woods' Hlnek Hnwk. bv Vermont DInck Hnwk. bv Shermnn Mor- A DCSCriOtlOn. Fonled 1907. beautiful licht bnv. 10 hands Inch, lots of weieht. with snin face, left front nnil both limit lect white. He is rnnee u verv fine horse, hnvini; neck, liulit in tho throat hitch. Inch thin wetber. cood back mid tail, n nice clenn set of limbs. Best described ns the accented tvne of the American snddln horse. o Ilervev Ilivblnnd has had but work both under gadd,n nnd in hnrnes-s- . nnd is learoinc to stco nwnv with lots of irrace and nir. His beautiful form and marked individualitv. cout)led with his norm- lar blood lines, will appeal to intelligent breeders desirinc to pro-duhorses of the hichest class. His dnra is a fin individual us well ns a creat brood mare, hnvint' had two fillies bv Kentucky's Artist (nothinc like the sire Hichland Denmark wns.i to for $1,000 each. Hervev llichlnnd will undoubtedly mnkn both a crent nnd stock horse. S20.00 lo Insure a Livina Colt. Fee .Mares, traded, narted with or bred elsewhere forfeits insurance, nnd monev becoioesilut at time of such Lion retained on colt transaction. until season is unid. Mares from a distnnep crazed on cood blun crass nt ?2.50rHT month. .Mures entrusted will ro'ive mv personal attention, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. W. M. D0DD. 1CENTUCKY. IIL'STONVILLE. lit-tlee PRESTON, JR. 3-- v1 By Preston 922, first dam Mamie Wilson, by Ogdenburg, second dam Katy Maloy, one of the best show mares the state ever produced. Fee SI 5. Preston. Jr.. is a Unlit bay horse with four white feet to the 4 ankre. 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 the season at my stable In Crab Orchard, Ky. Will keep mares on grass at $2.50 per month, but will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock. Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Season is due if mares are traded or parted with or bred to other stock. Beau Knboth's dnm, Nora DaugU-ma- n by Norvnl 5333, by Electioneer 125, 2d dam Lcla J. by Metropolitan 1372 by Hamiltouian 10, 3d dnm Josephine by Mambrino Starlight 3942 by Durlbay 441; 4th dam Mnry With era by Oliver (thoroughbred); Gth dam by Wagner; Gth dam by Imp. Iranby; ,th dam by Thornton's Rat tler. Beau Naboth is a handsome bay, standing 25:3 2 hands of 'great style and action nnd perfect disposition. He has proven n breeder, and his own breeding, tho Electioneer- Wilkes cross is second to none. His crosses with saddle bred mares navo uniailuigly prouucea combined colts of high class. Beau Naboth will mako tho present season at J. W. Danghman's stable, on tho Somerset pike, half mile from Stanford, at $15 to insure a living Money duo when mare is colt. traded or parted with or bred elsewhere. 1-- ".' J. W. & H. C. BAUGHMAN Stanford, Ky. 'fci 4092 ' - , ' r. ' " Jordan Peacock 1148 ALL PEAVINE SIRE, REX PEAVINE ' -! ? ''" J. C. BAILEY, CRAB ORCHARD. KENTUCKY. J VOLTAIRE The Great Percheron Stallion 55140 VOLTAIRE, A HANDSOME PERCHERON STALLION, PERFECT IS A BLOOD BAY AND IN .CONFORMATION, 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. TURNER. i KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 DESCRIPTION-KENTUC- KY GENTLEMAN, AS HIS NAME IMHE PLIES IS AN ARISTOCRAT OF THE "BLUEST BLOOD." PEAVINES, THE HORSES TO THE NOTED FAMILY OF THAT HAVE MADE KENTUCKY FAMOUS. THE OWNER OF REX PEAVINE HAS RECENTLY REFUSED $10,000 FOR HIM, THE HIGHEST PRICE EVER OFFERED FOR A SADDLE HORSE IN KY. 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 I Mv fine iack Turner will makn tho present bcason in Morcland. Kv.. at $10 to insure a livinc colt. Mares parted with or traded without mv permisbion. forfeits tho insurance. blnck with Turner is uliilo points, cood stvlc. larcc feet, nnd bone, weichs 1003 pounds. He is a cood nnd sure breeder. Mnres with eolt should be returned when colt nr from 7 to 9 ilavs old. This inek is known bv mnnv as the Hamlin iack nnd ho will b for snlo nt tho close of season. Prospective buvers uto invited to call nnd seo his colts and the cenernl woikinc of the iack. I consider him one nmoiiL tbn best mules iaoks in Kcntuckv. B. 1796! A champion How horie ind n unequiled tntmpion SEASON OF 1912 tire. From him we have had tuch champion, at Edna ay, Golden Glow. Jack Straw, Queen o" Pedigree Sired by Peacock 49S lli e ay. Star Peavine, and many other, past and to come. By Rex cDonild Daily 2nd by by llluc Jeans 3, bo by Phillip's Pearlne 85. GRAND SIRE, Rex cDonald 833. The undiiputed champion ihow hone and !te. Black Horse, ho by Gen. Taylor 84. FIRST DAM, Lucy Weill 6404. bv Peavine 85. A great brood mare by the world'a Dam, Lena Rivers Vy Cabell's Lexington; 2d dam, daughter of greatest broud mare sire, Pcaine. His daughters have pjgduced such champions as Lou Chief, o( others. A mare by The Louis Jordnn, thoroughbred; 3d dam Cleopatra, a sureFrenchman. Edna a), Eanhenia cChora,' and dozens foundation. Peavine is daughter of Wngner. SECOND DAM, daughter of Harris Denmark. In securing tho services of this THIRD DAM, daughter of John otely. horse, I realize he will produce what If you want lo breed to a stallion whose produce commands the highest price, breed to All Pea-vitho breeders of this county need: I book, they being sold 4092. The Peavine an style nnd finish. He is not an un- for the high dollarprices for which hae sold with the colts areofasotheropen of horses, and 1 have breeds colts at public auction, along tried horse. I know ho has produced lopped the market more high class horses from comBreeding saddle horses of ihe highest type is no longer mere guess work. "Like LegeU like," and it takes champions to produce champions. Here you have them all in this pedigree. Rex; mon mares than any stud in KencDonald, Rex Peavine and a double infusion of the champion brood mare sire, Peavine. Alt tucky. He is the sire to breed walk-tr- ot entered in will of championship blood. to his family horses, the kind that sell He Peavine Horsebreed true stake, and do inheritance that he sired the only stud He isthat got any of. colt Futurity net forget will stand at a fee in reach of all, the money last year. $15 to insure n living colt. I wili personally care for mares sent me and use eery precaution, but will not be responsible 'or I will also stand another nice stallion al a lower accidents or escapes. price, and three fine McKinney, Ky. R. S. SCUDDER, jacks. The Crey jack al $10 to insure living foal, and the two Black jacks at $6 tv insure liting foal. ' . "f. ' TV) '- ' - vk3 , 0 - ,M 4 111 : WELL DESERVED 3. KING. Mcr-Ian- d. Kv. IN KENTUCKY TODAY. IS A BEAUTIFUL CHESTNUT WITH KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN WHITE HIND FEET AND STAR. HE HAS THE VERY BEST OF FEET AND LEGS, GOOD FLAT BONE. BROAD SLOPING SHOULDERS, SHORT BACK AND THE BEST OF QUARTERS AND PERHAS HE FECT HOCKS; HAS BEAUTIFUL MANE AND TAIL. SPLENDID ACTION GOES HIGH ALL AROUND AND IS PERFECTLY WAY, WILL MAKE A GREAT SHOW HORSE SOUND IN EVERY WITH THE PROPER HANDLING. PEDIGREE. Kentucky Gentleman 5167 by Chester Peavine 3184 by Rex Peavlno 1 798 by Rex McDonald 833 by Rex Denmark 840; dam Flera Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58 by Black Eagle 74. Kentucky Gentleman belongs to a championship famHy and Will yeu will make no mistake In breeding your good mares te him. stand at $20, to Insure a living celt. Careful attention given mares, but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. A TEXAS WONDER. 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 ether Jack in the country. Will stand at $10 to Insure a living colt. I A Fine Jack STANFORD. KENTUCKY. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and biau'u'er doubles, nnioving grav el. cures diabetes, weak nnd lame backs, rheumatism, mid all irregularities of tho kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Itegulates bladder troubles in hildrcn. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1 : One small bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and other stntes. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by FRUIT AND SHADE TREES' Strawberry plants, Grape Vines, iispnrngus, muiuuro, jiuscs, i euim-et- , and Phlox. Everything for Orchard nnd Lawn, Garden. Freo Catalogue. No Agents. H. F. HiHenmeyer L Sons, Lexington, Ky. The Praise That Comes From Thank ful Stanford People. One kidney remedy has known merit. Stanford people rely upon it. That lemedy ia Donn's Kidney Pills. Stanford Testimony proves it reliable. OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. J. T. Spoonaraore, Whitley, Ave. WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OVStanford. Ky., says: "Four years ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. ago I was down with my back and I could not 6toop or lift. The kidA MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE UNLESS YOU ney secretions wer0 too frequent in CARE TO HAVE IT SO. passngo nnd caused a great denl of OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED AND CONSIDERING annoynnce. I tried n dozen differ QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. WE HAVE A LARGE ent remedies, but did not get nny benefit until I went to Shugnrs & STOCK TO SELECT FROM. Tanner's Drug Store and procured a supply of Donn's Kidney Pills. time I had taken two boxes, I wns cured. Kidney troublo has never bothered me since. Other members of my family have also use' Doon's Kidney Pills and found them most satisfactory." Tor sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo. cents. Foster-Milbur- n New York sole agents for the LTnit- MR. FARMER: Make your home modern for your family u a ice cd States. . e8ideuce, and place yourself in a poition to get the latest market quotation! Remember tho name Doan's and at any time. This can be accomplished by meant of our telephone service tnko no other. which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefit received. Call or address our nearest office or writo direct to TWO SHETLAND PONIES .leadquortera, Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our special "FarEnrique, n wliito and black stal- mers' Line" rate. If you are not at present euioviuir telenhone servlm. w lion of great beauty nnd stylo; foalcan immediately interest you. Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky, ed 1009 by L. C. Prico's the Major Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tLe Southern jwrtion of Indiana and of Penmokcn 9921, dam Ludy Gray R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. jLiM 'S 'V'.'V'V'VVV MONUMENTS j I: 1 M U-t- hc Wm Adams & Son. RURAL TELErHONES. u Tt C949. (INCOKroUATKO J. NEVIN CARTER, . Jesso is known by everybody. Like the jack he has mado his own reputation. M. S. SAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. rata U PUta. rliT4 by Dr. Dr. Mllta Laxatlvu TablaU (or chlldrao. u EL .uDkH,1) lHJH" ? " . mi' i n v X 1' II Hi ' '' if-- rfPllV lai THE 1TANFMW INTIlHttt JtWWIAL, tTAMFWt. KENTUCKY. he InieIiior HELTON M. Journal KtMbllthtd 1t72 AUPLCY....Pubtlthtr Miss Ilettio Moore of McKinncy, was the guest of Mrs. Frank Mob-le- y nt Morgan's hotel , Mr, F. 11. Caldwell was the guest week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Moblcy II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Sunday with the liomcfolks nt ent y. swnHHHfiHEVnx i mkI ' is. y & wsSHKSi Mr. and Mrs. John Moer, of Batarad at the raatofftea at Bta- Morclnnd, nnd Mr. M. D. McKinzin or aa itcond claaa mall. of Danville, attended the. funeral of their uncle Harvey Floyd nt this POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. place Mondny. Mrs. Melvin Caldwell continues on The announcements in this column are of candidates for office, subject the sick lit. MNr Elie Sincleton is assistant fo tho action of the democrntio prima ry: Going Some You can't go as you once could 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. Beautiful, All-Leath- D po?lmitres A at Eubank. SMmkf JMeHW vmpSeeeeH s! ' f if ' "a' QOTWjgapmqjOraES Clothing! Clothing! Prices lowest ever.,1 Men's and Young Men's New Spring Suits in all colors and weights, $5 to $30. You will be convinced if you sto'p and look. Sorlnn Clrtninn For thr Cltv the regular meeting of the Cit Council Thiif-dnnntht, provision For Commonwealth's Attorney was made for nnothcr genernl Clean EMMETT PURYEAR, OP BOYLli np day in Stanford this spring. The W. S. BURC1I, OP LINCOLN. dates. May 20, 21 nnd 22 were selected and tlioso citizens who desire For Sheriff. to hnve nihliih hauled awny itomi M. S. BAUGIIMAN. U. V. GIVENS v flieir premiers nre requeued to J. 0. WEATIIERFORD Chief t Police Cnrter beforo that time so that he can arrange For County Judqe. for the wagon required. T. A. "RICE, The Council pactl nn ordinance M. P. NORTII, for the renrwnl of the Stanford For Circuit Clerk & 'Ire Water, Light Company's J. D. WEAREN franchise, and for advertising for J. P. 110LDAM bid for snme, nnd nlo fur bid1 for For Jailer. II tldewnlk construction. PEYTON PARRISH, GEORGE DEBORDE Mrs R. Ilrvnnt, 31,115 Pnden St. DINK PARMER Pnrkehnrpr, Ya. had an nttnek of WILLIAM II. HESTER la grippe which left her bad kidney trouble nnd she suffered much seW. A. CARSON vere pnin backache. Then she heard For Assessor of Folcv Kidney Pills nnd says: Afj P. L. BECK. ter takin? them a short time the pain left my back nnd I nm ntrain S. M. OWENS, able to do mv own housework. Folcv R. II. BRONAUGU Kidney Pills .helped mc wonderfully. For Magistrate Sluurars nnd Tanner. J. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS See Us Before'Buying J. D. EADS, COL. J. P. CII1NN. OP MERCER. J. A. SULLIVAN, OF MADISON no-tif- For Conqress er Hand Bags, Deep top-- 12 cut, wide at to 18 inches, at $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 A Genuine Horn Back Aligator Bag, Gold Leather lined, Plated lock and trimmings for $12.50. SUIT CASES-We furnish you some cheap ones at N $2.00 to $3.50. A genuine COWHIDE suit case, as good frame, handles and lock aa you can put on one for $5 A better one, however; we can sell $ou at $6.50, $7.50, and $10.00. Your Spring Goods As Seen From The Outside Sul-liva- it T I Ml n t In the 8th Hon. Jcre has announced for the Democratic nomination for Cjngrew, but when Harvey Helm gets through N wall the gentleman nnd Col. Chinn they will neUT want to enter another contest. He can hope only to carry Madison, lus home county, and n Mndison county man in WinSPRING SUITING James Owsley in Bad Shape chester yesterday declared that SulJudtre J. S. Owslcv lins been in livan would hae a hard time carry My new spring and summer samLexington most of this' week nt the jnc Madison county. Winchester ples are now ready for your inspecDemocrat. bedside of his young son, James Mc- tion. They comprise the best on Elwnin Owsley, who is very ill nt SHELBY CITY the market. I caa suit anyone as to the St. Joseph's hospital. The lad price who had his clothes made to Mrs. George Statou gave ft sing is n ictim of tuberculosis )f the Imd ing in honor of her bister, Miss Minorder. A suit made to your measure and his condition has caused much nie Bastin, of Lynn, Ohio. Those is preferable to ready made clothes. ' made to measure uneasiness ninong his friends and present were, Miss Minnie Uastin, To have them doesn't cost any tmore than ready lovca one3. He was first taken ill Mr. Jim Daugherty, Miss J'auliue made when quality and fit is con- while at the boys' school nt Millers-bur- g Tavlor. Mr. Ollie Knufmnn, Miss Es&ie'Daugucrty, Mr. Jason Gipson, sidered. Come in and let me take and was taken nt once to the ox, Mises Mary Russell, Maggie your measure. hospital, but the physicians have Alma Coffey, Ruth Coffey,, Annie H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. appeared unable to ston the malalv. Gipson, Fannie Crutclicr. Mesers OIlio liuchanan, Lindsey lluchnnan, Will Crutcher, Jnmea Buchanan, Etclle Lucas nnd John Gipson, Miss Annie Gipson, of Danville, is visiting relatives here. Mit-Elizabeth Fox is visiting friends nt Danville. Miss Myrtle White is at Moreland with her cousin, Mrs. Emma Hunn. in white, Miss Ruth Coffey has returned Gloves, 16 home after visiting her aunt, sever , , al months at Turaorsville. Mr. George Coffey has opened glomes. All colors in his More nt thi place. We hope ho will have a fine trade. all line Mr. Arthur Statou is improving his residence. prices. Mr. Lee Clark is losing his bogs with cholera. all colors. Cotton Misses Ruth Coffey and Paulino Taylor were visiting nt Turnersvillc, voiles, Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Margrct Leo Grubbs, of Lib erty, is tho guest of her graml- parentfc. here, Mr. nnd Mrs. jj. u. Fox. Mrs. Jim Ifeistin nnd daughter, nro guet of her daughter, Mxs Georgo Stnton. s Littlo Frnnccs Sandidge is tho guest of Mrs. R. II. Crow. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. Have nice Selection of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and see our Stock and be convinced. These bags and suit cases are all the celebrated "Lilly" and Lilly, when speaking of hand luggage, stands for quality, like Nettleton does when speaking of Men's fine shoes. TRUNKS, 28 to 40 inches in size, at $3.50 to $10. ooooooo o oooooooooo -- Jf, UP V it Z LUlift lit H. J. McROBER Stanford, Kentucky -- ! THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials thjU is not worthy of the name. If you have had experience with tho latter kind you don't want another. If you haven't take advico and don't experiment. Buy our real paints and fsae yourself disappointment nnd money as well. J. A. ALLEN. Stanford. Ky. Cultivators We have the Oliver and Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators, ready for this Season. Try One New Goods s or buttons; Long Kid and black. long white of parasols, Beautiful corduroy, Striped batiste, Cotton Hosiery galore, Etc. tan colors and The Highest Market Trice will be paid for all kinds of Produce, W.RHiggins AN ACTIVE DIRECTORATE The Directors of this bank arc alive to their responsibilities, and keep in touch with its affairs. Officers have their counsel in making loans; they take an active part in determining the policies of the institution, and are satisfied that these policies are strictly adhered to. Tho high biiftinchs Btandtnp of its directors Satin striped, Hides and Furs. See us before you sell, pet price in country or delivered. -- Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. PHONE 153. WAYNESBURG House Cleaning Time Let us furnish you new matting and curtains H. B. Northcott T.K. TUDOR, Mr. nancial standing Vf this hank. nsures the high fi- I II W. E. PERKINS rstjsrsr. Crab Orchard, Ky. Mr. Harvey Flovd died nt his near here Sunduy May 0, of a complication of diseases. He was born July 29, 1827, was married to Miss Ester A. Elliott Apr 17, 1860, who is left to mourn his loss. He was a member of the Mnsonic order some 00 venrs: a member of Dou-bl- o Springs Baptist church nbout 40 years, nnd had always lived a consistent chri&tian life. Tho funeral Hurvfopn conducted bv IteV. A. J. Piko of Brodheail af tho church May 0, after which tho remains wcro UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER STANFORD KENTUCKY. laid to rest in Doublo SimiiL's Ccmo- tory by tho Masonio fraternity. Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. Much sympathy is felt for the wife L N. Mr. Zack Tadgt't is very low at No.n,Hoath,lliMr.M. No. a, Houtii, Wits A M. this writing. No.J,J(ortbl4:0A. x. Ho.Kt. North, B: r. M. Trof. Rav Johnson postponed Ins No.l7,10:MA.M. singing school for afew week on ao- Nq.W.HWimi. count of measlc". JOS. RICI. home J. C. McClary Tht Lincoln Ctmity National Bank SUfsrrf, Kentucky Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,000 ltesourcea $500,000 W. II. SHANKS, Pres. W. M. imiQllT, Cash. J. J. B. PAXTON, V. Pres. W. ItOCHESTEIt, Ass't Cash First National Bank STANFORD, KY. Capital $50,000; Surplus $25,000 Small Aocevnts Solicited and Roeivd. v TIWE THBLE Aent. Tlioy mnko up tho larger amounts of our deposits. t. OUR SMALLEST DEPOSITORS RECEIVE THE SAME CARE-FUAND COURTEOUS. ATTENTION AS THE LARGEST. I L !' ' Ili'JU.JiJ-- . l.'JWBBJll .- - ' iy V THE ITAJtf MM INTCMM JWHJWAL. tTattftWt. KIHTMCKV. Encourage musical progress with ,1.- . iiU-- 1 y.inr presence nt uic ocnurnmin nt two o'clock today. Afternoon" The future muxieinns nnd church organists of Stanford need the enFri-da- y couragement of your prc'-dlc-o at 2 o'clock nt Grnded whnol. ROVAL Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE foods of maximum qualify at minimum cost I Mr, Hen !'rnitl,of Moreland, was here n short time Thursday, Miss Corn Nnnnelley, of Huton-villwas here Thursday shopping. Mrs. L. Fo'ter and children, of Wnyneshnrg, are tlio guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. C. Gordon. Mr, Louis Henideu the prominent liverymnii, of Lniienster was here, Thiirsdny, e, r NO TAXES on Your Clothes And You Owe It To Yourself To Wear The Best. :i Makes delicious home-bake- d Makes home baking a pleasure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Ho Alum No Urn Phosphates I Mrs. 0. II. Harnett and tou, Qrn, wero in town Wednesday. Mr- - Dme Gnrner and daughter. Miss Xnncy Yingcr vteihug Jin. 0. C. Amlrixm tn Mt. Sterling. Mary Liln, of Crab Orchard, wore Mrs. S. II. llnuglimnn continues here Thnrsdny. "" Mrs. It. It. Denton, of Lnncater, nhout the tnme. Mrs. J. V, Alcorn nml ilanpli.tor, is the cuet of her daughter, Mrs. . S. Fi1i. Mies Kntc, lmo.liet'ii in Louisville, t. II C I'il. !... ........! lnyn on bucincfeS. for nfter n to her listers Mefcdames Mi Mnry Wnlker lifts returned to Ikt lioinc in Uuicnntor, after a Sam Cochran and V. A. Lenrp1 in Garrard. vi-to licr mint, Mrs. J. ('. liny. Col. IM Wilkinson has been laid lv. J. Tntiner nml ilnuplitrr, Mi. up for several days with inflammaItittli, cif McKiiiiiry, were here tory rheumatism, his many friendx . on to learu. Mrs Sue Hnsty nml children, of Mise .lulin nnd Florence Itinp-hnHubble, in vinitinp lier fnther, Mr. dnjs of I'ineMlle, nent Mason Urown-n- t Ilnxllienil. wcto friend here nnd nt Crab Orch' Mr. M. HniljiewnterH. of Aln., i visiting her iters, ard this week. Mr. J. M. Carter, Sr is in Jelh-cMr. Hnrri nml Mib W'nrren. Tenn.. nt the Wdside of her Mr. It. I). Cnrter hnw relirrncil home, after n viit to her mother, daughter, Mr. G. E. linker, who has Lien 'pnte ill for seernl duj. Mr. W. 0. Ooode, nt Parks villi-- . Mr. M. W. Iiuryin, of Crnb Mr. 0. S. Klkiii hns returned to went to Shelbyvillc Wedneshi homo in Lancaster, after a visit day to attend the burial f her sifto his sister Mrs. 0. P. Huffman. Mrs J. V. Long nml brother Mr. ter. Miss Margaret Wilson, who died Charles Currier are visitiny their nt Kansas City, early in the wick. Mter, Mrs Mnrthn C'nrmack, at Mrs. Ilurgin had been in Florida nnd came home upon receipt of the sad Kithfville. I Miss Martha Sacrey, has been in news. 'lUnhmoinl this week. Mr. Ernest Warren, who leecntly She anil her bitter, MihH Magpie of Danville, underwent nn operation at a prominent hospital in Toledo, 0.,is imhnve opened up a Mmlio there. Mr. nml Mrs. Wrny Fowle, of proving steadily according to received from Mr. Warren. Lebanon Junclion, have been visit-iu- s; Fowle nml Mrs. Warren has been, in failing his father, Mr.-N- rr. health during the past winter, and her nunt, Mrs. Dink Farmer. Mrs. Levi Myers has returned her friends hero will learn of her from ft three, weeks svisit to her son, improved condition with n great J. J. Myers, nt Mnrcellus, Garrard denl of pleasure. Middlcsbom I county. i- vi-.- it it Weil-nefrdbut-itie- s ltinn-itiglinti), o, SOCIAL and PERSONAL Piano Bargain upright Kiirtrmann pinuo, from Jiirlirnoml, where she spent vnlnut case., only $11.). Address several days, t The Fulton Music Co., entc InUnor 38-- 5 Mis Cairie KirhoUon from Jvurnnl olllee. Ky., is visiting Mis Samnntha Jones at ('tub Orchard, For Sale or Exchange. My houso Mrs. S.M.Spoonnmorc and daugh- and lot near Depot, IJowland, Ky., ter, Mis Hurliiira, are the guests 1 eight room house plcntv of water door- good barn nnd out houses, of her fathir-in-laMr. Ligc at repair with god stoic in connection. ' Spoomtmoie, and fnnaly. I will sell this property cheap or will to exchnnge for a small improved farm. Mrs. ),. II. Hilton returned Drodbend with her brother, 0. If. For information cnll on or write JIc bus been here Frank Cordier, Itowland, Ky. Cbs, 'Tluif-duyfor several duys on a viit. 'We are feeding. anil AlMr. and Mrs. Sam Mr. corn to our work stock. We feed J. A. Itwizley and Mr. J. E. Elmore, no other drain with it, and know that of Lancaster attended the funeral It is aood. J. H. Bauahman & Co. oMr. S. D. HaTtley Tuesday. Mr-- . rt"-- . S. D. Hartley nnd her moth. r Mibi er, Mrs. ueorvc C Given necom-piiine- d .ny tfrs t ' In the remauib of 'Mr. llartley to f -. r t . ffVf. . i k a, ' it 'i tJ ti 1 . .it Corydon, Imlinia. where they weie !,ii i in. hi 'U iM iMiltlll.Dl Hi t old home. His fur. . ( ntAfrtl ur n.ilt'i.Uvturnl y lanl to lest at his etffirj ll.l Jh tr.f 'wur (nrtftltullnral rule aged patents were too feeble to i(.l" "1" It Inn intra uHrm r r uow trf.ir ol 1( hr mirnn - : i trTumlii. II fM ilirrrtlT on Ihi- - lilood 'rnneomo here to see him before his a.l . ow f uUn ny tlnuNr it nn Ttur "Oft Sri n tails Ui cure. death and it was their wish that lundrwt ,kii uM h or rtfir lrOnmnl- Aif br r J riirMJV 4 CO Tolfdo. OWO. the body be taken "there for interSnM tinmhi. lntu fnr co utloatK'n. 1'imUv Miuilnmru C. I,. Pvlsjini1 FrnnW Hell, of Liberty, were ill town show- Innir this week. Uriah Alhiiglit is reported quite ill at his home nenr Crnb ns Mis Martha Sacray hos returned A fine - , We carry a full line of them in All-Wo- ol Oat-Equ- al Suits from n i h- I S12 50 to S30 Blue, Grey and Brown are popular a-fu- ll I II M -i . i i i . .r-t Jm b . Ottf-fo- i lJ miir-p- ment. For Sale or Rent: Two story 8 good garden, barn etc. Immediate possession, Hughes A nice selection of buggies nnd and McCarty. pony rigs, etc at W. II. Higgins All persons having claims against tho estate of J. D. Swope, deceased My studio will be closed the remainder of this week. Mnrtha E. Sa- are requested to file them with J. B. PaTt.in, properly verified. Those 37-lcray. indebted to tho cstnte 'will plonsc ) mail mo at Marksbury, Ky. tho Lots Nos. 15 and 16 on Whjtlty suras to owing by them. D. S. Swope, avenue will also be sold, in lot sale Administrator. 31-3SHORT LOCAL NEWS room residence, rp. Nobert E. Hughe"? and family, of Louisville, stopped by here for a short call on friends and relatives last Snturdny, en route to Lancaster on ft visit to Mr. Hushes' father, Judge M. D. Hughes and other relatives. They were making the trip through in Mr. Hut-lieHudson car. li. lull '. The Fulton Music Co., will hnve, an expert piano tuner in Stanford j ftBout the middle of next week. Leave 30-- 2 , orders nt I. J. office. Watches,' jewelry tc, for graduating pre-en- ts nt Mueller's. colors, and we have stocked-u- p on line of them for your inspection. They fit you, they wear you, and cost you less ' than ever. .4 Cummins & Wearen Stanford, Kentucky REMEMBER THE FORD SfeECIAL.-AGENpr Monday, May 13th. ' if-po- r- -b Its. !' 6fS &&" &2i Take a look at the lots on Miller Southern Railway. street, close to Logan avenue, that Account Spring Meeting New Louiswill he sold Court day, Monday, 13th 1912. ville Jockey Club. May Rcdnctcd ratc3 from all stations in "Uncle Clay" Mobley, one of the Kentucky. Special reduction for best known nepro men in the East Derby Day, May 11th. For full inEnd, and liked' by all who knew him formation call on nny agent. Southdied near Crab Orchard early in ern railway. J. C. BEAM JR. A. G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. the week. "Uncle Clay'' was nn nnd ono of the Tn obedience to nn ordinance of kind of colored men, liked nnd respected by nil. He was nearly 80 the City Council-n- f Stnnford, Ky., I will on'thc 22d day of May, 1912, in enrs of age. front of the court house door in Splendid building sites in the lot Stnnford. Kv.. at about 1 o'clock P. M., offer for snle at public outcry' n sale Court day, May 13. fronchi-- o to operate a water and A hobo' named Ilreninger, who light pant in Stanford, Ky. No bid for less than ?."0 will be nccepted. wnt. beating his way from PhiladelAny ono desiring to sec a copy of phia to Kansas, he said, fell oil a freight train nt Rowland Thursday the frnnchic, will call on mc. L. R. 3S- -J night. Ho slipped on n rock and the lll'GIIES, City Clerk. wheels passed off the fingers of his right hand, mnshing them into pulp. Pysicinns nmputnted tho stubs, leaving the poor fellow in ft thoroughly incniaeitated condition. 11-2- 8, ex-sla- Louisville and Return Via The Largest .Selling Brand of Shoes in the World Tk. "Patriot" A Fine bhno lot Mfa "PiUrim" TieThe Uuann Man's SHoe Boy 15iarBraird"Shes SOME POPULAR LINES "Our Family" "Stronger.Than.Th.Aaw" --, The Lontnt Wearing Work Shoe Made "Soft and Cood" For Emr Member of the Family Tw & T.d" School SboM and GirU tor Tt.A"Socl.tr" Shoe (or Particular Women PtrbeuUr A Work Shoe True to Name All made of Good Leather, No substitute, for leather are ever used. "Star Brand Shoes Are Better" L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. ' V.i FREE ADVICE v3' The Old X mm$uLt:$' Oaken Bucket Filled to the brim with I -; 4'&4fe.V& tfJS J5 Insure with the leadinq com-- 1 panles. Fish & Bromley re&Yesent them. All lines. TO SICK WOMEN bavina money wisi.0A&ft. 't AA w m yi -- m!!T &5&' HfcEsT Vi.tv7Tr r cold , clear purity no such water nowadays. Bring back the old days with a glass or bottle of i ' Suggestions. the best cooker I ever saw. I hnve Iricd others, hut this is simply fine. Women suffering from any form of feFor enko baking it is excellent. All housekeepers should havo one. Very male ills aro invited to communicate promptly with the woman'sprivatocorrc-spondenc- t) lcsp't, Mrs. rtud Holdcrmnn. department of tho Lydia E. Don't forget the lot sale of Your letter will bo opened, read and Hughes & Florence Monday, May 13 answered by a woman and held In strict confidence. A woman can freely talk of Presbyterian her private illness to a woman; thus has Services nt tho church Sunday May 12, at 11 A. M. been established a confidential correspondence has extended over Mothers Day, services in which the many yearswhich and which has never been Sunday school will participate. 2 P. broken. Never have they published a M. meeting of tho Preshyterinn brotestimonial or used a letter without tho therhood. 7 P. M. Young peoples written consent of tho writer, and never meeting. 7:30 P. M. Evening serv- has the Company allowed these confidential letters to get out of thelrposseaiion, ices subject Mark nnd His Gospel. a th hundreds of thousands of them in their files will attest Baptist Sunday serviced nt tho Out of the vast volume of experience - nt 10:4Ti church, recular worshipwhich they have to draw from, it is more A.M. and 7:30 P.M. There will than possible that they possess tho very Sunday morning knowledge needed in your case. Nothho a special sen-icEverybody cordinlly invited especial- ing is asked in return except your good and their advice has helped thou ly parents. Sunday school 0.30 A. will, Surely any sands. M. D. Y. P. U. 0:30 P.JT. woman, rich or poor, should bo glad to Hugh Thompson, tho prominent take advantage of Casey county citizen, who was sent tills generous offer Adto tho penitentiary for 21 ywirs of assistance. Pink-hudress Lydia E. charged with murdering his nephew, Medicine Co., wns paroled hy tho Prison Commis(confidential) Lynn, ft Muss, sioners this wMc. With about month lonser in ofllce. the nrcscnt r.vcry woman ought to liavo hoard is turning out a bunch of Lj.Iiiv H. lMukham's convicts. Text Hook. It Is not a book for e m Thousands Have Been Helped Mr. W. II. Higgins The Wickles By Common Sense Oil Conk Stove we bought of yon is mMW-k-i K'f niTT j i r ibl s A w -s lifee 9 W l'inkhnm Modicino Co., Lynn, Mass. -- vc" your garden Ma 4 aaii mr J It makes one think of everything that's pure and wholesome and delightful. Bright, spark ling, teeming with palate joy it's your soda fountain old oaken bucket. Our new booklet, P CocarrCC telling atofChatta- Cola vindication nooga, for the asking. THE COCA-COL- when you plant money in the Bank you expect it to bring you a harvest of profit and pleaiure tame a your garden. And like the produce of yo ur garden It grows best with careful attention till It becomes a harvest--- a fortune. NOW Is "planting time." Think it over. Demand the Genuine at nuJe by .Whenever vou tee an 'a mm miuvr .I.R.I. of Cocjj-Col- rjyiili) HO-pa- STATE BANK & TRUST CO., w. CO ATLANTA, CA. 2 Remember the nice heme of F. detirt day, Monday, May 13th. fees In the let sale on general distribution, as It In too expensive. It la froo ami only obtainable by BiaiL Write for en. .. V It today. . . G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. M. SALIN, Cashier. l Stanford, Ky. x Deposits $69,897.81. Capital $50,000. Surplus $4,181.43 J. D. EADS, Mccarty, Pres. J. S. RICE, V. Pres. S. AL1ERT PHILLIPS, m I. ' wtwmmmmmmi '"i" iiwwMruy'femw.'Ksg"" f ' s V "' o o THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFOM KENTUCKY. I. J' Popularity Contest pgc) '. i (Continued from firft w5 'f ' .nnnnW '"' 1 Sfc'T' InnnnnnnVm - L .'aJ$J iSS lmimiMmmv!wHlmmmT jM9fc3HuflLRLLBNNNNNMhNNNNfc WPCNJBBtfS- - BCiNB5Nl2NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNrH KENflli ? KAnnnnnnF KIfrlUPBA aaaaaaaaaaBaaV nnHnnnnnnnnnnnnnK v aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaUtaHlf tiiiiiBlBraHNiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiNNiiiiBF' Jfif Jg aaaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWrBk " wmmMMMmw mmmmwMf jJnnii Blfefl S j !SS9NMMHtfiJNNlNMNNl PtPSJPBBWIIBBPBBnPII f2J9BBakNNNHNNNNNNH "' " "" Garrard Chief 1835x Sired by Chester Dare 10, by Black Squirrel 58 by Black Eagle 74. 1st dam by Silver Time 225; by Silver King; 2nd dam by Silver King; 3rd dam by On Time, blood bay, 15 3-- 4 hands, said by good judges to be one o1 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 90 8, 909 and I9I0 and also at Ft. Worth Horse Show in I9I0 and during that time his colts won more than any other herd shown in saddle classes and Garrard Belle by Garrard Chief was shown last year at three years old 14 times and won 13 ribbons. He will make the season of I9I2 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. 1 1 J. H. MURPHY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. i 8 Foster will pony, 38 inches tall; owned by Hugh Reid make the season of 1912 at $10 to injure a living colt.. He is by an imported pony that cost $1,000 In the Shetland Islands and is regarded by horsemen as the best pony in Kentucky defeating all comers In the show Mares ring of 1903.. Lien retained on all colts until season Is paid. parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits Insurance and money becomes, due Will make the season at my farm. JOHN B. FOSTER; Stanford, Kentucky. i""i'lS. Shetland z ,. .. - " nnnu rswtwxt uuvi unci Ivt jTIOinTlcIl State We TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS COURSES: Preparatory. State Certificate, 1 Life Diploma. County Certificate Review, Special. Tuition Free te Appointees, Summer Term Open June 17 Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogue Free. Address : : : : Richmond, Kentucky l.fi. CRAIRE. President. CONCRETING are in position to do nil kinds HENRY L. CASEY, D. V. S. Veterinarian. of concreting, such as Block Work, Former Director Animal Industry Pavements, and in fact, we can make Phillipine Islands. EsVeter- anything from a house down to a inarian U. S. Army fence post. Call and get our prices Logan's Stable, Phone 432, before you buy your material at Office Agent American Hog Cholera Scrum. t least. Danville, Ky. PHILLIPS IMS., Stanford, Ky. ces to subscribe for the Interior -Journal. N otcs nre i d online to the lencth of the subscription as iirire-- . esnlnined in another unrt of this 1 he contest Illmmi-c- r announcement. rnorvi (tin our friend will be clad to sub- richt to make nnv elinnpes nr nllnr. scribe and heln von wm the urine ntinus iii the rules nnd conditions von dcMtc. Don't be nfrnid to k Hint mnv be neccssnrv to the best them. Let '(hem know uii are m the mercsis ot the contest. No nromi-- e nr contest to win and thev will come !lir to vour aid .in n manner thnt will written of eibal. made hv ncent. von. Not onlv vour irieiids solicitors or remesontatives. other Mirurise n.id nLininintnnces but other iieoulo than those publislio.l in t .. thf.,rw.. in vour section n well, will five Journal will be reeocnized. the rules nml conditions civen tlieir votes 'to von. if vou show them that vou wont to win. Hun- nliovp nie to p.neni the contest of dreds iif tieonlc have no Dcitonnl the Interior Journal, nnd all candifiiem's in the contest and it 1ms dates cnterinc the contest neree to been the experience of the contest ! coverncd hv the rules nnd conHjniinuer that these neonlo throw ditions ns above set forjli. How Votes are Secured ntes to some one m their their , neishhorliood who 1$ trvi:;t' W! .C With everv subscription to The malic h uininn? eamnnu'ii. htcrv- - Interior Journal, fwhen it is asked one hkp-- to see an ambitious cirl for) is ciwn a bnllot cood for n and is nhvavs irlntl to heln. those certnin runiber of otcs. nccordintr who heln thennelve9. Icnsth of ti the ballots mnv the subscription. These be held as lone Get an Earlv Start. nt sdvi.'-.AblTt : iSst vou cet tin ns desired and otedthe anV time undav contest. In earlv stmt m this creat raee for to theit histwell of to hold b.ick n larcer is clorv und prizes. Clio the nomi- fact, cent, of vonr vote ballots, as issue, rcrnation blank from the- no send it to the contest mutineer mid vou have,)iiti knows bow mnnv votes nnd are less likelv to have nsk him to send the minted manor someone who knows thnt vnn )mv.. vour camvmicn. It re turi'pil to heln in...... 111 . ,.,:.... 1. nil of vour subscriptions .:,.. i nnhlislied. to sten unicn if vou do not wish (o cive it. Inml 'in'' - Vo for we furnish vnnous wnvs to heir in nt the Inst moment, nnd secure me prize vou If vou hold you. It is nisjt a nuestion of meet-in- c vour friends ncnunintnncc. back unit of vour ballots, no one knows (not even contest department nd the people vou see everv dnv. To cet started richt and earlv in the lor no record is kept of vote hnll.ijs ince is the main thine. Th-i- i vour lssiicj tq vou) how- mnnv thev must friends will sec that vou do not lose have to win. and will not take Hip chnnce of snendinc their monev for out. . nothine. Who May Enter the Contest. Value of Ballots siu-cl- e Anv lndv (either married or .Follow inc is the uossosiinc n cood character en en on pavments schedule of votes of and residine in this section of Ken- to the Stanford Interior subscriptions Journal. tucky, mnv enter this, contest. Thev 2.j venrs 27.000 votes do not hnve to be subscribers to the JO vears . ji.nnn vnia Interior Journal in order to enter: 15 ears 13.000 Mites all thnt is neeesnrv is to send in 10 cars n.finO votes J the name and address of the nnrt (..'Hill votes 5 crs ou wish to nominate. The, nomi4.f,oo votes ' nation Ailnnk will count 1.000 votes 2.i()0 votes for the lndv so nominated. Votes - v'"rs vears i.f.oo votes mnv be clipped from the paper or seI v'nr fioo votec cured on subscriptions. The votes How Prizes Will Be Distributed hieh appear in the Interior Journal are cood lor 2o votes each, if votid The Grand Prize the beautiful befoie date of expiration printed on oi0.00 Werner I'm no. will be coupon. Thoe issued on sub- awarded to the contestant who has the. scription are according to the leiieih the Inchest vote polled m the entire of the subscription ns shown contest. in this announcement. Under The contestant standing hiehest in tho contest nrraucement. vou onlv the first district nfter the era nil hove to compete ncainst vour own nrie has been awarded, will be civen district to secure nnv of the district a hnndsome Diamond King. prizes. Cnmjidntes nnd their friends Die contestant standine second mrtv secure votes and subscriptions hiche-- t in the first district nfter the anvwhere. crnnd prize has been awarded, will be iriven a 15 ieweled Klein Watch. How to Enter The contestant stnndine hiehest liv sendinc in the noinTnntion blank nppcarinc elsewhere. Dror-J- v in the second district, after the filled out. vou will become n can- crnnd prize has been awarded, will civen a handsome Diamond Kinc. didate in tho crent 1'oDulantv nnd lie Tho l'rize Contest. You can win one of Inchest contestant stnndine second in the second district nfter the valuable prizes which will be civen nwnv in a few short weeks. A the erand oiizc has been umirdcd. little effoit. combined with ucrse-veien- will be awarded a 15 ieweled Elcin and tnct. all that is needful Watch. Division Of Districts tor von to wiu tho one vou want. The terntorv of the contest will The paramount auestion NOW is to enter vour nnrae in this competition, be divided into two districts as follinmedintelv upon receipt of the lows : District No. 1. Includes the citv name nomination blank bcnriir.'-vou- r the tiecessarV books nud instructions of Stnnford nnd nil of Lincoln countv. will he sent vou. District No. 2. Includes the The First Thina to Do. outside of Lincoln countv Cut out the nomination blank and which i coveied hv the Interior fill in with vour name and address. Journnl. In sendiuc in nominations nhvavs etc.. if vou wish to nominate vour-sel- f. or Vith the nnme and address stnte tho district in which the conof nnv one whom vou mnv wish to testant resides nnd also cive her Be veiv careful to write post office address. iiiiminnte. rdainlv. so thnt theie mnv be no pos- Address all nominations, inquiries sibihtv of nn eiTor beinc made. We communications etc to the Contest impress upon .candi- - Manaoer. The Interior Journil Stan ulso wish, to dates the importance of securing the I ford. Kentucky. Correct name nnd addresses of nil new subscribers, so thnt atheiv mnv TWO MIGHTY JACKS. be no unnecessary delav in Marling the papers. Clifton and Russell. The Second Thina To Do. the nomination Send or brn Will mnke the present seiibon ut blank to the contest Manager. Interior Journal office, and vou will be the stables of Jas. II. Woods, two credited with 1.000 votes toward miles west of Stanford, on the Shelwinning ono of the mizes. and will by Citv pike, nt $10 to insure a living colt. Trading the more forfeits bo civen printed matter to be. u" the insurance. Care will be taken in securing subscriptions to this If vou cannot call, phone or to prevent accidents, but not write, nnd n representative will call. should anv occur. Both of and explain the.imin ot trie contest these jacks are 151. hands high, black, with lieht points and have in iletnit. ana win renaer vou ; nsMstance possible. It is better to proven themselves extra fino breedask auestions thau to have to cor- ers. Toir weanling mule colts bv these iacks sold for an average of rect mistakes Inter. room than $123.00 at our Rale last The Third Thina to Do. As soon us vou ure nominated, fall. Jennets will he cared for after 1st nnd see vour friend: cet them to sub- June at S20 towill be bred to either insure a colt. scribe in vour favor to The Inter- iack ior Journal (The vote scale will. be E. P. Woods. J. H. Woods found on this pace). Send or brine Stanford. Kentucky. nil subscriptions to tho contest department of The Interior Journal, with tho proper remittance, FIRE of sumo votes will and upon i Once be issued. stnited. do not mmd SURETY BONDS grow discouraged. Puv "o attention to how mnnv votes some one else . 1. M. mnv tell thev have to their credit TAMPOM, KY. candidacy and look ofter vour own thereby set a good example to the dis-tiiet n-e. 11 How Decided. The vournr Indie to share in the distribution of these times will be decided hv the tiomilnr vote of the Deoule. Hi'L'iiiiiinir twin v. there will bo Dublislicd in the Ink-im- r JournnJ n coupon which will be cood for 23 iti fnr tin vniiiii' lndv for whom it ii voted. Hut liv fur the oniekesl and bot method of sccnnnir votes is to j:et voiir friends and it conn in Uni In the next few weeks tho Interior Journal U coins to uivc nwnv river 4500 in titircs inchiilinir a $350 Wqrncr Piiuiu. two uemitifnl Mine, tivo limuUonie 15 Jeweled Klein Wntclies and a number of other mixes to the, most nouulnr voting Indies in tins section. The Interior Jmiinnl wants new subscribers nnd Hs cone to the crent expense of olivine these handsome ltnzcs in order thnt we mnv cet them rniieklv nnd nt the same time mhertise the uaiter extonsiulv. " Din-mo- N other pntididnte. The Fettrth ThhM t Ds. As soon ns vou have secured one MibciitMon. co after another in vour snnre time. This contest bui-net- s need not interfeio vith vour However, it vou rccular work. were to mend vour time f.ir the next few weeks dolmr nothing hut secur-iH- k sitltseriPtions to the Interior Journal, the rewards for vour efforts would ouitc suffice to imv von mnnv times over. Rules of the Contest. The contest is own to nnv lndv feither married ir silicic) nnd cood eharnteer. residini' within the limits of tho territoTV of the contest. Candidate nnd their friends mn secure subserintioiis anvwhere. Xn special ballots will be issued for les than n dollar. Candidates must lie enteied from the distiirt in which thev reside. nnd enniiot move from one district to the other nnd retain the votes to their credit in the f.inner district. 'Hie p- - let mnnncer rosprvrs the nicht 1o u'leet onv enndidnlc and to puss firm! mdciuent on nv nuctiou which mnv nrise. Vote once issued cannot be chanced to Count for finothnr pnn. llilllllf. Lnmliilate.s coinnetn onlv nifni . the contestants lirnnr in the same district as themselves for the pos-sesi- The harden woaim h to carry riirmnrh Me ere meny tint tfcey een to liffcttnecl M the wW turn to Dr. Pieree'i Favorite PrucrHMlen. A leetMitt aa4 irratlMfilim Barvine luMuinf nervout eteitaMKty. pretrtlen. trrtterie, hot Bathes end the many tyffcptomt whJeh may he earned by dlilreMliHl IHa Peculiar, to women. For thote " dria;.do wn " paJM or diarreM and (or the daranfe mfBtt and IrreKularlliea the " Favorite Prtterietlon " haa had many thoutaeda ft teitlmonlali from people living in every part of Amtr(ca. Another Importir.t thin to rrrrji rtman it that thli medicine It made front efficient medicinal rooti, without the uie ot alcohol, narrnlict, or any inhiriout adrnttr Full lltt ot IndrcJl-en- tl ivcn on and tworn to hy Dr. R, V. Fierce who It Prttidert ot the Inralidt' lintel anil Surreal Imlltute, at UiiHilor N. V. F.ery womtn it lnlted lo write to tlilt Inttltule and receive confidential and tound medical advice, entirely without cott Irom one who make Ilia dlieatcs ot womtn hit tnecittty. 'I can cheerfully recommend vour rcmedie, Mtieclally yonr rnvorlto Frejcrliitlon,' for wrlm MhOf.M.Mcmi:u.L.o( ltluff Clty,Trnn.,I5iuto2. "Durlni the pi'tsvrn yoart 1 iulerol from paint in tho Wknnd nvnrles. Trli-t- l many rrtnulli but found onlr tranlenB relief until I was i rsundiil hy a friend to try I)r. Fierce' 1 avorlta 17ecriptlon. a fnlr trill. After clvlntr this rem-dI found that It would do Jnt what It It ircommi-ndei- l ti (lit. I unlln nil I cniitio too blL'hlv Uittli. rrtm-illeof Dr. di ram; mrnt." for all bottle-wrappFli-rc- WOMAN'S TRIALS. . Una. Uubull. Dr. Pierce' a PUaaent Pellet.i tesuUte llttr III; P3gSs """"1'-.- ,. It u Vki kaiM ... . r ' " ...I.. J.T7 "?r t Xgg CARROLL PRESTON 4383 A horse that is tlistinuishing himself both as a sire and in the show ring. Tltere were few better rings of colts seen in a ring this year than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky., by Carroll by Washington by CromPreston. He is by Preston well 73, by Washington Denmark ; 1st dam Baby Pence "019, by Enoch Arden: -- nd dam by Almont Forrest. Fee to insure. Carroll Preston is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Ky. Also in service 2-C-l- H 00 HIGH CLOUD 3334, by Highland Cay 1149, by Highland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy High Cloud is Lambert :W by Red Cloud 2197. Fee a dark bay horse with white markings. Stands 10 hands high and is full made. Has not had much handling but shows lots of action and speed. Both will stand at Nunnellcy's stable- .o. vrs W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Kentucky. else-wlie- re 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- ce s Paint, Prepared When rightly used will do this. ter-litor- V on a proper surface it will not powder, flake off 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. f yfiTONw 7Viy l . II II I LI Am N PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. SPECIAL EXCURSION pn-ni- iv CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, may o $1.50 Trln $1.50 Round Trl Uund SPECIAL TRAIN er cot-hi- t INSURANCE nWLAXD Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. ,,.. i . t. nif r i3 T. ,y T 9 TJwtij r THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. were united in marriage at tho home ITQ HCAI of Kldcr F. M. Tinder, he officiating Mis. Snimtpl 0. Ilnclden is nt in a ino't pleasing manner, homo fiom n visit to her parents, Mrs. Norn Taylor, of Lexington, Mr. nnd Mrs l'owell Duncan, of was Hie guest of Mrs. It. K. Nu'lmhmille. from the V. C. T. U. .Messrs K. II. Bat-toand II. C. Dr. I'. N. Pearcc- - was in London Iliimiltoii verc in Richmond as petit What is a "tonic"? A ot a meeting of Conference. jurors, in the Fcderul court. McMlntncM Frnnces S. Ileauclmmp, medicine that increases the Mis Hallio llrown, has relumed State President, Julia Omni and fiom a iit to Mis Kiln 'Ihompon, strength or the tone of the Margaret Nnh of Lexington, were of Danville. whole system. What is an Miss Kinm.t Hughes Hayes has. here heic for the Convention. "alterative"? LlulRJLSalKlllllVIIH ' Mrs, ,1. K. Lynn, of Stanford, is ti'turncil to her home in Stunfoid, that alters or A medicine changes unwith her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Mount. nfter u visit to Mr. and Mrs. James Ctdron SttJ PlanlA healthy action to healthy Miss Atiuell Tomlinsoii is 'the A. Ilenzley. In Central Amarlea many native are action. Name the best "tonic James V. Curry, of Louisville, is gathering the aeediof Dili plant, Ced ran t.'Uf"t of Lexington lelativcs. and alterative"? Ayer'sSar-saparill- a, Miss Bessie Dudley, of Itichmond, making a protracted visit to hW HeJ, rare medicine that lias valuable curative power. Hut fuw drug ators is, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Maurice mother, Mrs. Arthiisn Currey. the only Rev. nnd Mrs. C. C. llrown were carry tlila aeod, owing to the high coat Dudley. of the article. C. i'.Ruckor and family have re- in llerca for the Woman's I'resby-teriAsk your doctor about it. Thl country U a Urge conramer of turned to, Louisville, after a visit to Missionary Society. Mr became It cntera Into (larrard iclutivos. thl' coatly nd-i- ll llrown mndc the response to the IndigesBilioui attacks, the famona catarrh remedy, l'oruna, tion, constipation, dizzy ipelli-r-thet- e ess of welcome. Miss Mottie Voung, of Campbell-villold the world over. are tome of the retults of an Inactive lias been the recent guest of liver. Aak your doctor If he endorses COMMISSIONER'S SALE. her aunt, Miss llcltie Kohiuon. Ayer'a Pill In these cases. Tbe dote PUILIC SALE. ' l small, one pill at 'bedtime. Mis. UiiHim Iligiiihothnm has Mrt. ftj th I. O. ATXB CO.. LowU. Iw. Lincoln Circuit Court hi'vit visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mc-- ( OF RKAL KSTATK AND PERSONlellnrt Johnston in Lexington. W. C. I'ettus nnd others. Plaintiffs AL I'UOl'KKTV. COMMISSIONER'S SALE! Tho Luurnster Creamery opened Va L. A. I'ettus nnd others, DefenSaturday. May IS. 1912. Lincoln Circuit Court Monday to the delight of many indants. Notice of Sale. 7ft My farm of just outsido dustrious housewives who can send Pursuant to a judgment of sale H. H. Wnde'H Hrs.. Plaintiffs va tho city litnitii of Cruli Orchard. Kv their mill: there and also be supplied entered in the nbove styled court II. II. Wnde's Hrs.. Etc. Defendants. as well with delicious ico cream at and ense, the undersigned Mnstei ltou-Thin farm lias a gol l'ursuant to a iudisinent of sale Commissioner will ut about 2 o'clcok entered in the nliove stvled court good Has as fin,, Very little expert's. nnd and case. tlin underiimed Master The following ones comprise the on white sulphur water as there is in will at about 1 o'- CoinuiHsiotier graduating class this year: Misses Monday. May 13. 1912 rlnnk 1 M on I he state. Mary Lynn Fox, Margaret Moiran, Mondav. Mav 13. 1912. Also at tho biitnc time nnd place, Lydia Hlmore, nnd Jennie Rankin. being county court day offer for sale same beim: the first dav of the at public outcry to the highest ?.nd v ill sell another farm, containing lGti Currey Robinson, John ,McIlobei'ls best bidder, before the court house Muv term of the Lincoln County Court, offer for Acres, located about five miles south and Charles Dunn. door in Stanford Ky. the following 'outcrv to the highest sale ut Public nnd best bid- Mrs. Artimecia (latiuenu, wife described house and lot of land in der before the court liuuse door in of Crnb Orchard, Kv., and known ns the Atchison iarm. This farm hut ( John (iiitineau, age 07 years, the town of Crnb Orchard Ky., situ- the town of Stanford Lincoln coun- -, house, n good a i o orch- died nt her home near Iliattsvillc, ated ou Stanford Street. Hounded tv. Kentucky, the followine describ i by the lands of John Riddle on the ed tract of land: ard and a good many fine ticnrit after i general dcvlino from pnm-Ivm- -. Kast; A. Davis ou the North; ou the UeL'inniiii: ut stone on East side K V her liusband, she is West bv trees; nlso a Kood deal of line wnitv 0. II. Lyne ami on the of PctiU nFork: thence N S705 E 26 211 stone: thence survived by two sous John and Vir-- south by Stunford street. Thi pro- iiolta to onk niiif tnie Mplnr timber. (iastinenu. She was n member perty is sold to satisfy a lien in fa- pules to u atone .thence S 10 W 7 The ptTMiunl property conMits of W 4 stone: thence to one Rood milk cow giving four gal- of the Christian church for many vor of W. C. I'ettus for tho suai of DoleDoles uand IS links to Sstone2 and 10 One yearling years. The remains were interred in f207.7o with 0 per cent interest Walnut: thence S 32 W 7 Doles and lon of milk a ilnv. chjekens; the Lancaster cemetery nfter funfr-a- l thereon frow March I)id 1905 u.,til 15 links to a sucnr tree nnd Iiuck-ev- e: heifer calf; scventy-fu- c 1 new riding plow, home old style thenc S 9 K 15 Doles nnd 17 paid nnd for the further purpose of services by Kliler F. M. Tinder. liuk.--i to n sveumore: tbeucti S 13 V furniture; I cooking tni', 2 heating Mi-- s Alma I.rnr daughter of Col. dividing the proceed among heirs 21 Doles to n Sveuinore near a wnt- tovcF, chair exteiiMon table, dUhes and Mr". II. M. has been ap- entitled thereto, nfter tho payment er i::il. Jones corner: thence S 30 2 feather beds and pillows, and many pointed sponsor for the Army of of snid debt and the costs of this E OS Doles to n white onk and other thing too fuitiieroui to men-lioJones comer: theuc N 03 E irginiu for the 1'nited cction. Northern Said sale will be made on u credit :)'' Dole-- to a white oak: thence N 2 Term of Kale. On the real es- Sons of Confederate Verterans nt of 0 mouths, and tho pnrchnsor will E IK) i!es to a stone: theucc X 40-1tate, onc-hncash nnd balance in the reunion to be held in Macon, On., be required to execuate bond with E 18 Doles 7 links to u stone: three equal pti) incut int one, two this week. Miss Mary Lear nnd Miss lipptoved peisonal seoKitv lir tilt tlieiic.. X 23 W 25 Doles to u stone: by lien Frances Yates has been chosen as t uroinse price, pnyabl.1 to the un- thence X 01 2 E 5 Doles und 20 nnd three- yenrs time, Doles to 14 notes. On perxnnnl property sub".. maids of Junior to the sponsor and dersigned Commissioner, nnd bear- links to a htone X 77 W 10 02 Doles 4 W theucv ash in hand. Sale to commence at Mrs. Ainslec of Louisville will be ing inteiest nt tho rat; of n per a htone: links toS the berinnint;. nnd nnd J5i 10 o'clock A. M.. Saturdnv. May 18. matron of honor. (S'2) acres. 2 eont per nnnum from (late of sale, eoutniniiiL' hichtv-tw- o C. H. Adams. J. P. Chandler. Ydtie-dn- y Rev. O. I. Iluh nt.il a lien will he resivs on the loods nnd 30 Doles of laud be the d Owner Aurt. und bcinir the imic mote r le-united Miss l.dy Long ami Jefferson l.roiTly to wiiii' Hi' payment of same laud conveyed to II. II. Wnde 3012. said bonds nnd snme shall have the (Deed.) bv deed of J. J. MeKinnev Pendleton in wedlock's holy bonds, judgment. of date Nov. 3rd 1890. und dnlv relicit h bride mid groom nrc from this force and effect of n DOCK. Witness my hand this April 23, corded in the cleiks office of the count . 1012 Lincoln Count v Court in deed book The C. W. II. M. Auxillnry met on E. D. Pennington. M. C. L. C. C. 34-- 3 Xo. 27 nnd dul'a 120. I will stand my fine Shetland stal-lio- n Monday afternoon. There is executed from the nfore-sui- d Dock for tho sonson of 1012 ut boundary n fraction of an acre Theie we io fhc additions (he past the farm of S. J. Hmbry on the Lanconveved bv II. II. Wade in his life PEOPLE N TIRED caster pike, nt $10 to insure nliving ieek to the membership of the time to Qeortrn Austin bv deed of o!t. hri-tichurch under the popular dute Anril 24th. 11)07. nnd of record U one of the finest bred minister anil putor,Klder F. M. TinDock A North Carolina Man Suggests in clerk's office of Lincoln countv Shetland ever brought to Kentucky. der. court, desciibeit us follows: beirin- a Remedy niiiff nt stoiio Wnii.. und JlcCaitv's He is sired by Imp. Blue F.ye; 1st Rev. C. C. Ilourue will prench the N. C "For a long corner: thence S 45 E 3 Doles to n Oreenaboro. damdiy Imp. Hobbin II; 2d dnin Imp. llaccalauratc to the gradu- time I was so run down and debilistoiifl ot water irate: thcncB ud the Nnnou bv linn. Bobbin III. High tated that I could hardly drag around. branch N' 18 E 0 Doles nnd 12 links lie i. a beautiful black nnd white ates of the Junction City Mr appctlto was poor and I could not to n stone: thence X 80 W 2 Doles splendidly marked and an nristocra' Sehool . to n smnll water beech: thenct S 32 Miss Mary Arnold who met with Bleep nights. I bad tried different ") fill over. Jut 40 inches high nnd Doles to the besrinuiua;. and tonics without benefit. I was W the sweetest little horo you sever such u painful nccident when advised to try your cod liver and contninimr of tin ucre if handlm:.' u bowl of water, when she laud. Mff. Iron tonic. Vlnol, and I am bo glad I ' TERMS. Said snle will bo made p scv-eicut her left foot S. J. Embry, Jr.. did. for It rvo mo a hearty appetite. on n credit of Miti lies to be taken, is getting I soon commenced to sleep soundly, Durehnscr will sis ruuutlu. nnd the Stanford, Ky. 1m remiired to o along nicely since tho accident. nnd I feel strong, well and moro bonds with iiiuirovcd Deronnl Curl Montgomery, the little than I havo for years. Every run- securitv for the iiurchnsc nrice. nav-abl- e MASONS' MEETING to the Commissioner, and beur-nn.- " old son, of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. down or debilitated person should & A. M., Lincoln Lodge No. GO, F. Moiik,'miory of near Mt. Ilehniti, Just rIvo Vlnol a trial." K. Allsbrook. cent inteiest nt th rate of 0 nor nor nniiuni from dav of snle. meets In stated commuuicution on died What Vlnol did for Mr. Allsbrook nt the homo of his parents, nf-t- T or 'and lieu will be reserved on the lund each firt and third Monday nights It will do for every weak, to secure the navment of said bonds, ti short illness of blood debilitated person In this vicinity. To of each month, nt 7 o'clock in their which followed the extraction of show our faith wo will furnish tho and same shall hav tin force and hall ou Main street, Stanford, Ky.. several teeth. clfect of a imk'tucnt. medlclno freo If It does not do as wo Witness niv hand this thn 0th dav Members of sitter lodges frnternally flume llcnrlev of Stanfonl and claim. Como In end net a bottlo on of Auril the venr 1912. 30-invited to lio present. II. C. Car- Miss Ilettio Miller, of IkdgoMllc. theso terms. E. D. Penninoton. M. C. L. C. C. penter, Sccrctnry. Ilovle county, drove to tin- - fit nnd G. L. Penny, otanford. Kv. WASHINGTON JEWEL LANCASTER ,TH TWOPIOll iillllllilllHiHHHHH OZC' &he Peopl e's Stock Remedy Guaranteed healthier to keep your Stock in a and better condition. ii O 2 POULTRY COLUMN Con-xenti.- Alterative Reliable "Urccders of Puro Bred Poultry Cnrd of Five Lines $1 A Q &&Q Q& V HguMiaaaaHahAi Uf)Q i People's Poultry Remedy Guaranteed the BEST Egg Producer and Disease Freientatiie. Every package of the above Remedies sold on a Personal Guarantee, backed by nl al Zr-- , , M?JrtraD-neste- tAHiiiiiiiBr: c, George H. Farris Stanford, Ky, Almont Dare A. S. H. It. 3328 Sired by Dignity Dare 1092, he by Chester Dare 10, he by Black Squirrel 58, he by King William 97. 1st dam Toxa way ,4058, also registered in Vol. 10, A. S. II. R. She by Abdullah Mambriuo 3715, he by Almont 33, 2nd dam Lady Davis by Crit Davis, by Daurbon Chief; 3rd dam Muttic S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Glenco; 4th dam Bettie C. by Cunningham's Copperbottom. Note. Almont Dare i9 a show horse under saddle, in harness and by halter. A breeder second to none bis colts from grado mares bringing from $300 at weanlings to $500 and $1,000 nt 3 to 4 years; $600 was offered for his dam at 2 years old and $400 for bis' 2nd dam when horses were cheap. His 3rd dam could rack as fast as a good, horse could run under whip nnd spur. He is a pretty bay 10 hands nnd weiehs nround 1200 pounds. Goes 0 distinct gaits all good and fast. One full brother sold for $3,000 and another reported sold for $1,500 and onc sister, Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. Pretty good breeding don't you thinkf Season 1912 at my stable 2 2 miles from IIutonvilIe on Liberty pike at $15 to insure live colt. Money due when colt is foaled, mare parted with or bred elsewhere. Grass at $2 per month nnd all stock will have my personal attention but will'not Corbo responsible for nccidents. respondence nnd inspection invited. S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. 1-- am, S. C. Crystal White Leghorns d bens with reFrom cords of over 200 eses n venr. The tftraiti that lavs is the strain that davs. lzzz from Xo. 1 ncss $2.50 ner 15 eces. other Dens $1.50 Der 15 $7.00 ner 100. Get in the lavine Order todav. class. Lock Box 500. A. C. Alford., Stanford. Kv. Aircnt for Tulnue incubators euar-nntenot to overheat. Call at houso and et snninle. ed re-uu- S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. The lavine strain that fills the ecc basket, in zero weather: carlv maturine biz boned frVers. Settinz cccs., house, delivery. $1 Der 15: stiinninjr esres $1.50 ocr 15. Mrs. A. C. Alford. Stanford. Kv. RUNNER DUCKS ' 1 Der setting of 12 All orders receive or $3 nromnt nttention. Wolford N. Lov-el- l. R. F. D. Xo. 1 Box 80. Stanford . INDIAN Esrjrs for sale for 45. 1 Ite.-ide- Kv. pi 1-- BUFF ORPINGTONS I nm cettinir 21 dozen eecs a week from 80 hens. Settine of 15 for $1. C. C. Withers. R. F. D. Xo. 2. Stanford. Kv. Phono 1G3-- Inr doc-wo- n. ., -2 lf HKil riaiil 1-- 3-- b9 Buff Oroinatons Salmon Fnverolles. e?es $2 per 15: $15 ner 50: Indian Runner Ducks that lav th rMtl white esss $1 ner 13: $3.50 ner 30. U ner 100. Mv stock cumo from the Blue Ribbon winners of this coun'trv. Make vour btuit with the best blood. to show' mv bird, to Alwavs elad Mrs. Sam Em-Tone interested. Jr. Stnnfoid. Kentucky. Lavers-Pavcrs-S.C. 30-Fl- KtiL'li-- h RUN-DOW- an KING EAGLE, JR. Pedigree. - V. ed 84-1- necfS-itntin- al exe-cut- ac-tl- run-dow- n poi-nin- g. Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. Whoe wonderful Root & Herb medicines havo been making such cures for yenrs past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the reader ofThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates offered by its editor. The name of my grcnt universal remedy, is won-detful COM-CEL--S- AR. of 1G Roots & Herbs. It i uu ideul spring & fall tonic, stoin-'ic!- i, is u body & liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. nerve builder of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for putting the blood & geneiul system in fide cuiiditiuii to meet the r.ccc-MirInking place nt those seasons. is sold nt all chan drug stoics, tho' some times, you find a druggist who for some reason will not hnudle my remedies. In that case, I will, on receipt of the price is pnek-i'- il of .1.00 scud it postngo paid any plnco on earth. ar & backed by n legal guarantee that gets bnck your dollar if I " fails to do what you buy it for. Call for also for IBHBbMpBBkKPT KtM Charlie 's Science Sope which is mnd0 of puro vegetable oils 1 BBBBBSBPMBBKttaV .BBBpJnHHBJk ft for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 fur 25c & money back if you don't htippcu to like it. My yenrs of experience as a cowboy & among the Indians, give me u peculiar fitness & knowledgo of the value of Roots & Herbs as medicines, & I would like to send every render of this paper & nny friends of yours, a copy of the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitlIt is filled with startling facts obtainable no place else, & costs you nothing ed, "The Cowboy Herbalist". but n post card, & if you want n fine calendar, say so & I will mail you one for 1912, lithographed in five round-upcoloie, a fine likeness of myself, entitled "Ready for tho All letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Roots ft Herbs as medicines. Catholic Ecclesiastes 30: 14, 10, 10, 17 also Chapter 38; 4, C, 0, or Protestant, Read Your Bible Ezekial 47:12.- -Solomon Write 7:17.20. Revclntions 22:2 Psalm 103:14. 15.. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom of down, then read them. The Bible says "Physician Heal Thyself" & so, If modern doctors with these verses mercury & other poisons cau't heal Ihemselves, what chances have Ywi to be cuTedt Yours for a long, clean, healthy & successful life. W. Bread way, Louisville, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOIf you write for Information, book or caleudar,addrest Dept. 7. Com-Cel-S- ar y Com-CehS- .tr Pedigree Sired by Chester Jewel, he out of Si'coud Jewel by Chester Dure. First dam by Crit Davis, he bv WiibhiiiKton Denmark, 04. This is u handsorao combined' stallion, a rich bay. three year old: 15 hands high. Ho will make his tirt teason nt my place on the Crnb Orchard and Ottenheim road, two mi It--, from Ottenheim at $10 to iiisiue a living colt, season due when colt is foaled, or mute bold, traded or bred to another horse. M. PIKE U. F. D. No. 1 Crab Orchard. Kv. NICE PLACE FOR SALE! I will sell privately my farm of 20 acres, on the Stanford nnd Crab Orchard pike, six miles from bum-for- d nnd three miles from Crab Orchard. Has a good frame house of four rooms porch etc., good to CRYSTAL WHIYE ORPINGTONS. Sired by S. T. Harris,' The bic winter lovers. From King Kagle, Vol. 0, A. S. II. R., No. 30.00 matins:: cues from 2550, he by Royal King 2555, lie by Ifrt 1)0113 from 2nd nou .1.50 Der 15. S. C. Rhode Island Reds Tonm- On Time. 745, ho by Stonewall JackRstltk A1..ri(l nor 1iV kin son 72, Royal King's lit dam Mollie Indian strain. Runner Ducks that lav the Mounts 25S4, he was the noted sire white eggs $ I per 13 eggs. I have CnbbeM's Lexington, F. S. King i snared neither means nor time in Kagle's 1st dnm Hip, 3579, she by j electinir this stock. Thev are from Lale Bird 1014, he by Old King niie winuintr and heavy lavine Euglu 750, 2d dam Red Lion, 3rd A. C. Hill. Stanford. Kv.. R. F. D. dam by Harris' Denmark, he by MilWHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. ler Denmaik 45; 4th dam by Jim SI. 00 for 15. also Indian Ruuuer Bell, Thoroughbred. King Kagle, Jr's. 1st dam wis Duck esL'3 SI for 12. Mrs. L. P. Nunneliev. Lnncnster. Kv.. R. R. N' Mollie Drcnnou. she by Old Drennon, 2. i)hnn Stanford Exchansrn 10S A. 2d dnm Copperbottom, and runs S. C. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS. back to Dnvy Crockett. Note. King Eagle, Jr., is 7 years Tho best winter Invers. Our hens Mrs. old dmk bay with one white hind laid 1.100 ecus in February. foot, nice mane nnd tail, stands full R. L. Berrv. Hustonville. Phone 17 hands high, weighs 1,G00 pounds WHITE PEKIN DUCKS and well pioportioned every way. A SI Per Settlno. combined stallion with plenty of Moraan S. Bauahman Jr.. Phone 41 speed, f fctylp and action, his colts Stanford. Kv. show that lie is n splendid breeder C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. R. lie will make the season of 1012 ut s El'l-- $1 for 15. my linrn. one mile West of Waynes-bui- g Mrs. W. P. Lnnan it. n. 4. on Fishing Creek at $10 to inPhoiiB 103-a living colt. sure S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS Mnrcs traded, parted with or bred elsewhere without my consent forCan euduIv 240 can incubator in feits the insurance, nnd the money 3 davs: 75 cents ner 15 or 5 Der becomes due nt such transaction. 100. Mrs. J. M. Cress. R. D. 4. Lancaster Care taken to prevent nccidents lint Stanford Phono 380-not respoiiMblc should nny occur. I INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS Kx. Phono in Re. Wnyncsburir, Fawn and white. Heavy layers, MrS, whitn etrvti 75 cent fur 15, C. G. CALDWELL L SON. Waynesburg, Ky. Robert Nunneliev. Stanford. Kv.. ,R. R. F. D. No. 4. D. No. 1. Phono Hustonville. ss J 7-- E. ,...i K'l w ' v . Q 5-- R 'YHBaSvSnv 9Eb flBBBBlBflfff m ti'im Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel-S- Com-Cel-S- WHITE CHINESE GEESE Eeifs 0 for SI, J. Thos. Hacklev. Jr.. R. D. No. 2. Mnnford. Kv. I '!;' White-Moon- bacco barn and other outbuildings and the best wuter in the county on tho plncc; half of place in cultivation nnd rest in pass; good black smith shop on the place; well fenc ed. W. A. BRENT. R. D. I. Stanford. JU-4I. ". N, exceptionally severe attack of ffnU witer curt ana whooping coueh. He says: "If it i had not been for Foley's Honey and PREVENTS DISEASE . Tar Compound I would have been 31-t- f. For th treatment ot Wnlt D!rtholn chick er used. compelled to quit work. Instead. I and UUckhtad and olutr dlaaaits In turkni i day, nnd Foley's never missed a HAS UEtVAi; Wben you want a bond of any Honey and Tar Compound gave me IMINN PMLTRY CURE iney Und see rub & Uromiey. instant relief and is the only cough Dm fcHI ' tta 1 1 eaWoa ol 8c represent the American Surety Co., medicine we ever use." Contains no (ilargest la the world. Lyne Btm., Crab Orchtri.'Ky. . opiates. Shugars and Toner. John R. Staton, Joyce, Ky. had an i P"p 9ET ti or I0URI0N POULTRY CURE x down the throat ot a gaping chlcktn. dttlroyt the worma and aavB tha ehlck'l Ufa A (ew dropi la tta drinking ! FINE BARRED PLYMOUTH $2.00 ' free with vour lirxt oider. Send The Barred Rock tor cntuiotrue. Farm. McKiunev. Kv. A GREAT POULTRY REMEDY George II. Farris has taken the agency in Stnnfoid for the great People's Poultry Remedy and People's Stock Remedy. These nre said to give complete satisfaction wherev- for ROCK EGGS 15: $2.00 Doultrv book 'f !. 24-tf- ." -- y . jr jw s 2 While we tkmk v. THE StUtfMt HITEftrM JttJP WMftWTUCKY. i Continued from LIST OF ENTRIES fiit mice) efffl vm V $1 WHEAT it better busi- ness not to buy wkeat in -wisk tiengagetieircoiiHf crop we'll pay $1 per bushel for July delivery; Wheat p ti grade N. 2 J. H. Baughman & Co. Stanford, Kentudtly is going to lie tight on the job each day nml evening. About the Daily Ballots. efficiency depends upon You will also notice ju nddition to your condition. the nomination blank, n coupon giv- iuif lid vote to the cuudidntes whose Scott's Emuhion builds, lituiiu is filled in. Only one nomi strengthens and sustains he eounted for nny nntioii blank robust health. AUDrmtrti: one enjididate lint nny number of '2't IJ- ScotlJt nowtic. MnnnificM.N J vote coupons jimy be cint. Out these I 25 vote coupon! out of the pnper nnd liiiug or mint to the Contest Conio in and see our Oliver und Malinger. Thnt is one way to get Brown Cultivator nexe Monday. W. votes. Hut liv far the easier, more 3-l H. Iliggms. rnniil and more nroductive wnv i to Arthur O. Hill last week bought ecule Mihseriptions for the Interior all of Ben Wenrcn's big stock of Journal. Head the scale of votes Buff and White Orpington chickens, carefully. You will find that so ....,., r mi- and will .soon have one of the larg- -- .. ,..!,. lest poultry ranches in this part of to the miner. the Mate at us nice farm on the . How Votes Are Secured fFm U,C "'SWnrffJlV., of Danville -- old' '"l "on subscription, ,.,;.,.. Palcr six vn' oi young horses ro Alode T,,e ,,e,,t ""' iturkt'-- t way to sc- i n:..i- - iv:i... v:,.n i ..:.... e ton. Thco hoVses brought 105 to paper. . .nnl, n.l i.wi.i fn. n- - i .1.. i !!S ' CALL AT j!j !j! J ( fijf j E. T. Pence's and see the latest style ' 1.! CORN PLANTER. THIS IS SOMETHING NEW. (! ,.. V'" Fertilizer of JU Kindt. Sheep Dip and Fly Spray keeps the fiiag orr me nortec and cows. 4B ''I THE FARMERS Posted Fred1 Handorf. al Order a sack of for your driving horse. J. H. lauahman Oat-Equ- r l I i v I li r, tf J.L.Beazley.Agt i.'v" e.phuned on another part of this A. Forty ncres Rood blue i.Mie. Pirrties living in one pasture- - for the year 1912; if";hrr. Brass nre not confined to voting for two running springs, year around. in their own district but may do not deny it. . Write Box 45, MoKimiey Ky 30-there is a man , v. . , I vote for any candidate in nny disI havo 240 bushels of German milbine givcii a few gcutbj trict of the territory of the contest. living that is further from putting ,ms about the "Aunty Suloon let seed for sale; grown from south. era seed; first class seed. W. S. You who rtro interested in the Candidates and their friends may the weight of a feather in the way Leak'' and while I am not able to Wigham, Morelaud. Ky. 31-- 0 liwiur llnnies on the tablets progress of a broader muical cul- secure subscriptions nnywhere and of nny organization that is truly Imi" For Sale. One nice work horse ture in our town go to the Graded votes will be allowed on all to fighting the li.pior IrmT.c than I nm.j1,f ,,,? ,sklei or cal! o:j und oue mure: unulv to Mrs. Cora as shown in another secschool nt 2 o'clock and hear what 36-2- t. I fiimly believe the majority of An-I"- "' Coker. Kiue's Mountain. ""I ,h? tmon JCt l ihr,,.W uunu too liiutu iu uiiy man wuo Came to my place six ewes and the Bach Club has accomplished in tion of this issue. League supporters nrt wants to uetenit tlie "Aunty Saloon Until further notice, iu contestant four lambs. Owner can get same by musical liiMory and analysis in elevgood, honest ieople, who gie their Leak" feeling thut I am prepared will be allowed to paying for their keep and this adv. en months. xII mirre than to Tom Dudderar. 30-1,000 vtrte- - n day. However, as money with hocs and puners that "shell the woods" and throw u few next tirtfe you see the good may come of it. From the best bombs that will pause some people J have lust returned, from Indiana Mrs. Rose A. Freeman, Clifford mnnv besubsrrintioti. as vou wish dealer, get him to I may can secure, the to sit up nnd take notice. give you 'the history of with a shipment of nice fleneral pur- Va., sayg they have long used Folev votes willturned into this otlice and information Lincoln b pose horses. county donate and the vote churches of and some of the I H C manure team or two In the bunch are a Remedies Mip?. want to say a good ballots given issued, contestant. Vol yearly A. W. 'CARPENTER, to the about of extra nice Percheren wortl fnr 300 to its support. Shi vriia. "P.ilnv spreaders he has sold. Then on subscriptioiy. nre There arc forty counties in Ken- 3S-- It mares, 5 and 6 years eld, lust the Kidney Bills cured mv The Prohibition Crank. of a nlh'js get the story of other spreaders thing for big mule breeders. They long standing kidney trouble, after P"'l nt any time up to the close of tucky not ennxassed by the A.-I and draw your own conclusions are for sale privately at Nunnel-ley- 's he had taken other medicines with- - the contest. because they arc too poor to conNice Place For Sale. as to which spreader does the Stock Yards. See me or S. J. out relief. We would not be with- tribute. I am told that one church best work at the lowest cost. I will sell privntely my farm of Myers there . Chas. Lutes. out Foley & Co.'s medicines in our H. A. Waggoner, Alvon, W. Va., iu Henderson, Ky., donates JfiOO 73 Durability pays. The spreadAlcorn at $1.90 per 100 pounds house for many tim,. their cost. Shu- - says that Foley's Honey nnd Tar yearly. A lady i eln live tells me a 2 acres on the Ottenheim pike, 2 er that does, the best work for Is good for your cow or draft horse. gars and Tanner. mile from Mnywood, six miles (Compound is the best medicine for Bapti-- t church in Otvensboro (of from Stanford, contains good hbu the longest time is,the cheapest J H. Bauqhman & Co. coughs and colds he has ever known. which to buy. The more you find out she i a member) donates one of 5 rooms, biir barn nnd othr out. HUBBLE he saws: "Every man nnd woman For Sale. Five sharps bank stock buildings; 2 good wells. Write or about spreaders, the more cerwill be a quarterly meeting tells mo it is the best they have hundred doiinrs yearly. Now, it i on-There State Bank Trust Co. Call on and sec it. Fred N'ikolla, R. F. tain you will be to go to the or write. Dr.& W. F. Watkins, Lincoln county is an average t $.'100 d, held at M'Kendree Methodist church ever ued nnd whoever has usi-- it D. No. 1, Stanford, Ivy. 35-8- p local dealer and buy an 34-4always comes back for H per year, the 80 counties contribute Ky. next Saturday and Sunday, Preach- - ouc n i again.- mere nre no opiates ih $24,000 yearly to the Farm for Rent. 70 acres all un inf XntiiMiiv mill ...... ... .... nif.lit. ...... Rninriliiv ...f,... ......-- There. will be memorial services ."f, League. HC der fence, 15 for cultivation, 35 Mi.s Maud Shearer, of Wayne Foley's Honey nnd Tnr Compound held at Ephcsus church on Sunday, Now, where does that mouev go acxe3 in woods, 20 acres in timothy county is visiting in this neighbor and it is safest for children. Shu-gnMnv 2(Jlh bv Rev. Mack Hutchine's, Kemp Century and Tanner. grass besides the woods grass. 15 nnd who gets it T In our recent lo- hood. and others. Everybody invited to acres furnished free to a good man-whcal option election, they ilid not conMr. James Robinson has been .Tlld-.'attend and bring lunch. T. Z. .Morrow, of RnmorsM tribute will take care of fence and taki s much as thirty cents for in stock, collect money and send to ery sick for n few days. has accepted nn invitation to deliver the campaign. They proposed to PROMINENT PHYSICIANS CloTerleaf me besides wood, and garden and Mr. John Rnukiti, who has been the memorial uddres to the mem- fend FAIL prowded their good land. Write me at 718 East quite sick for some time is ery bers of the Ethclbert Dudley Po-- t, IN KIDNEY TR0U1LE- -A WOwere paid. Their prupo-i-tio- n The best spreaders made are Fremont St., Blooniington, 111., th much improved. II. A. If. at Lexington, Mnv 30. MAN'S GOOD ADVICE. was not accepted. But the the I H C manure spreaders your owner. Mrs. Annie B. Sweeney. Jonathan and LimNey Rankin was too tempting to let local dealer sells, and if you For Sale. Fortv head stock hoe went to Perryville visiting SaturWOMEN'S HAIR flip entirely, und while our people give him a chance he will soon sows and piss. Write Box 45. I regard Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- day. , 37-- 2 Kv. Easy to Make it Soft Luxuriant and vere worked up to fever heat ami convince you of that fact and Root as the best medicine for kidAnnie McDonald Robinson, of Strayed or stolen from pasture of Radiant. willing to give to any one who claimgive you good common-sens- e ney nnd bladder trouble I have ever reasons for buying an I H C L. C. Manning, a sorrel horse mule, Boyle County is visiting her aunt, Many women huve hair so dull ed to be fighting the saloon, one three years old, about 15 hands high, Mrs. James McKechnio. taken nnd I will always recommend spreader from-him- . und fuded that it is uctually repul- - blood-suckdid slip into HuMon- Rev. D. M. Walker filled the bi e. reward for return to L. C. Manning, vilie and Moi eland, made his little it to nil that tire afflicted with blad Iitiruatlwal Nuustir Cmimj if AMrlci at Tumersville or pulpit at the Christian church here . M. Bught. These women have probably never -- prceli. took up n hat collection and der or kidney trouble. For eleven (Incorporated) V SA heard of PARISIAN' SAUK the in- find pledge, and skipjK'd out with- months I wns nfflictcd with kidney Several nice tobacco beds for sale Sunday eve. v s, vigorating hair dressing that is beT. C. Rankin went over 'to IHCSrrU.Bur.M Rainbow hurley, Standard hurley, out lolling you how much he got, and and bladder trouble, in violent form. The purpose of this Bureau Is to furnish, ing used by thousands on business, Saturday. of lefiued it was more than you think. While Tho symptoms in my case were fearfree of cluuala all, the best Information and another heavy builey. L. C. obtainable on better farming., If you hive Dunn. Ilustonville. 37-4- p Miss Nannie Sloan is visiting wumcii throughout America. ful. During all this I anir wort hy questions concerning loilf.cropt, If your hair ia falling or thin or at the same time, the good miniters t rented by the besttime was being land drainage. Irrigation, fertilisers, etc, .Rogers, the well known Miss Mabel Rankin, ut Mnrecllu. and foremost James 'f "'" c il.v were going at the risk makeyjMir inquiries specific and send them faded or lifclces; if you have danMr Alfred Wnlden, of Boyle, was to I II C Service Bureau. Harvester Uuildlug. farmer and trader of the Kat End, druff or itching scalp; if your liuir of their lives through cold and storm doctors of the country,, alt of them Chicago. USA failing to afford roe the slightest' rehas bought a quarter section, or 100 heie this week looking after wool. is nut us faciiiatiug lis you would without My thought of compensalief and 1 continued to grow worse acres of land in Greer county, Oklalike to have it, g to (!. L. Penny this tion. Dr. J. T..R. Ncal. Prop.. River- very day, ask for a fifty cent bottle homa, and will soon move to the inn lclinbly informed that for all tho time and while I had utmost side Drug Co.. Greenville, S. C, of PARISIAN SAGK and at Hie in Metcalfe west to make his home. eountv, confidence in their treatment, it writes recently, "I have been n prac- once to mako hair perfect and Hiiirh dosru soon after our-- , they seemed that the time had como lu my 1 have n splendid two-- j ticing physician and druggist for even glorious. Sold in Lincoln County by tendered no m.ne assistance than Lease when I must try other reme car-ol- d jack, black with white ilvcr 35 years and have sold ami PARISIAN' SAGK is guaranteed they did in Lincoln. Now when field dies, consequently, I resorted to the nnny kidney medicine? to gfe hiitisfaction, or money points that I will stand to 20 mnics buck. c of Swamp-Roo- t and before I had but to equal none Foey Gill willi Auhutii hair on eery car- day conies, there will be no speller 38 nt $8 apiece. Ed Ballard. taken three small bottles, every Kidney Pills. "They'are superior to ton. For sale by G. L. Penny and Miit t i Wu.Miesburg, Highland, Big minstrels 4by K. of P. lodge, any I ever ued nnd give the quick- druggists every wrere. or .Morelaud when. tlte j.e,,. pain and symptom had completely Stanford, Kentucky Friday night, Mny 10th. est permanent relief." Shugnrs and pie lire j st us loyal nii,i deserving, disappeared. For any fomi of kidTanner. but ip-.- i not able to iniiiriliule ns ney trouble, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- HIS as the peoplo ,i luitouviile, Root is the medicine to use. I have PUBLIC SALE Maiitord i nil Crab Oichaid. But never known it to fail in a single HEART tht lust tin en mentioned towns will case. NOT As executor of the will of the lito iia"? mi M. the tpcakcr , JOuioj Anderson Carr, I will sell at pub' in L. M. HUNTER, outcry to the highest and best bid- Real Facts In Regard Te F. It tail hit nil the teiii,ioii ce people at This cut shows you what one slmt. lb- - will til a few blood R. F. I). No. 1, Morton, Miss. der, in Stanford. Ky., in front oT Huffman's Illness. Relier Ob iirdlmg stories of drunken trage State of Mississippi, Scott county ss we are now prepared the comt houscjloor. at 2 P. M., on Uined By Curing His dies oi u!i(ii ,o nil know too much, rcrsonniiy appeared before mo to construct. Saturday, May 25, 1912 Stomach Ailments. ir.i ' to crying and ll.o the undersigned li.Ja.bci' of Boa id of 'f'hc following real estate,' situated in hem Is of the luctlirja softened to Supervisor i nnd for snid county Lincoln county, Ky., about two miles WayncsvilIc,N.C.-- Mr. F.R.Huffman, We have one of the fasuch nit .wtcnt, they wid go down nnd State, the within named L. M. south of Stanford, Ky., und boundnf Ihls cilv. S.1VS! " I suffered drendfiillv I mous Polk Machines with deep into their pockets and lioll out Hunter, who after being sworn states ed ns follows: which to build Silos like On the east by the lands of Jns. with what I thought was heart trouble, liberally, nnd he will pocket the that, the foregoing testimonial is Pcttus and Win. Baughman, oil tlie and tried various mcdiclncs'in vain. much coveted goods nnd not let yoh composed of his own words, written this, and if YOU are south by the lands of Tom Crow and After other remedies had failed, Thed-- 1 know how much it is; and "hike" with his own hnnd and the same is thinking of building a others, on the west by the county restored me to out, not to be seen or heard of again absolutely true and genuine. Silo, call on for, write ui toad, on the north by luuds of Jacob ford's J. G. RISHER, M. B. S. health. I would not feel safe without uutil next field day. (That is the before you do anything, Gander, containing 85 acres of laud, way they havo been coming.) For I 1 In the house. I consider more or less. This land will be surand we'll interest you. this woik he gets ifllOO per mouth or Letter te veyed before the day of sale and it worth its weight in gold. .f.TCOO per year. Dr. Kilmer & Ce., will be sold by the acre in accord It cured my indigestion, and by this To my certain knowledge, tho I Itwhamton. N. VY. We have already contract-edfo- r nneo with such survey. means i was restores, neaun. i can Prohibition party in Kentucky i... Terms of Sale: Purchaser togivo not express my gratitudeto six and cannot """ forits benefits." I' , iood and approved bankable notes Prove What Swamp Roet Will Da build but a limited num Good health depends on the condition Just two years, for the purchnso money, one half Far Yw. riom the best esber, so you had better llieicof Jueuiud payable six months of your digestion. Poor digestion and timates obtainable, siuco'the organSend to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bine sale, and the balance good health do not go together. not delay, but get in next. from date of n ization of the League of liamton, N. Y., for a sample in twelve months from dute of sale, will the United States, there has been It will convinco anyone. You bottle. Thedlord's Black-Draug- ht We have the territory of will also lieu retained on land sold for such thoroughly cleanse and set in order your Lincoln paid into its treasury over $7,000,-00- 0. receive a booklet of valuable infor. and Garrard deferred payments. digestive system. And what is the result T More motion, telling all about the kidneys counties. Telephone 136 I I will, ns such executor, at tne It has done this for other, during tht liquor made amrdrank last year and bladder. When writing be sure to same time and place, sell a lQt. of personal property, including u show pact 70 years, and to today the most than ever before. Don't you think mention the Stanford case, a lot of brick and other tilings popular vegetable liver remedy on the a more proper name would bo Interior Journal. Regular fifty-cemarket. Try it. too numerous to mention. . "Auuty Saloon Lenkf" From what and one dollar size pottle for sale at IneietonThedford't. Prtotafc. n I know of the League, I all drug stores. A. T. NumwNey, Exor. What Have Manure Spreaders Done For Your Neighbors? & Co. For Rent. 2. J."f. Ware sold seventy acres of his faun, in B..jle without improve- ments, to J. C. Cnlilnell, nt $150. an acre. This land lies on the Shaker- town pike nb,ut o miles from Damille and was bought bv Mr. Ware with the remainder of his farm, including the improvement.4, twenty years ago nt $55. nn ncte. J. II. Rigsby, ottho Prenchersville hecliou sold 30 barrels of coin to J. B. Willis, of Crab Orchard, at $4.60. :'". nation iilaxk will corxn OMINATKI). " "'iibe ls,' ym"A,)? " The " ,T"B which J "1,',.r the r iiwr tlmly are good Vi,l" 0,,t' wwlcfrnm ,.0' - ??, nA on ,,n,,e Pl'u.,'slu',, Tl,. i,."I"",nit'j nre given tu propor- ll"" ' le "'"P"' ol si'i'npiion an di-tr- ict ea ANTI-SALOO- ,,,,... pronounce it one of thu most cju- Mimmute swindles of the age. And W. Carpenter Again Expresses ,,mie of it high official, who claim be me boldly accu-e- d Himself Strenily en Subject jOf most Mllainous conduct and they N LEAGUE A FRAUD ( f" I T JP 3. THE hu-ba- , c May-woo- p. I Manure Spreader 20th Corn King or Anti-Saloo- rs I ' er 0f Mar-cellu- imtei a 1 art big-bon- u-- cy Do You Want a Silo? a TROUBLE OF ly r- Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- 'j iiBk Anti-Saloo- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. Semi-Week- ly nt Anti-Saloo- .an - gframy-aasy- ''