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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): May 17, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912051701_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): May 17, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. MfjjdAH ' V4. V- - The Interior Journal. VOL. XXXIX NO 10. STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1012 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. Ask for Votes When Paying for Subscriptions It Costs You No More! OPPORTUNITY Til POPULARITY u fc , THE GREAT Right now Is the best time to get started In the great race for fame and fortune.. Every day Is nomination day and those who are thinking of entering should do so at once. Just clip out the blank below, fill in with the name of the young lady whom you wish to nominate and send to the contest manager. Full details of the contest will then be sent the candidate. DON'T MISS THIS It BIG OFFER ! Is your opportunity to get a good start. Double votes will be given on all subscriptions turned In between May 15th and May 31st. This offer will positively close on May 31st so don't fail to take every ad- vantage of it. DISTRICT NO. I. Stanford Lvle Cooper l.niii Palmer Murv M. Muthenv Anun Dm in McRobcrts .Sulhu Burdette Bertie .Me CI tire Crab Orchard Mrs. I.. L. Sanders 2.825 Jtixs Mis Mi Mis Hiss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss MUs Miss Mys ilrs. Mis Miss Mix Mis Miss Miss Miss Miss Mis 31N 2Ii"i Alius Mi-- " Mr, Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Alias Miss .Mis Jtits Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mirn Miss Miss Mis Miss Mfa Mim Irs. MUs Miss Miss Zerni Eiibnnks Mis Grace Jeffrovs Tit iss Sollio Gooch Miss Eva llortou Mis Kininii Meier io .1.17.1 Mrs. Dme Garner Miss Goodie Redd j, 1.8.10 Ida Thompson 1.6.11) Mis Miss Annie Middleton . . . . . . 1.575 Miss 1.000 Miss KateMclvm J la Newland 1.025 Mrs. Daisv Hunt 1.075 Miss Mavmc Simcleton Collier 1.550 Mis.s Clam Holmes Kut Waters 1.900 Miss EJIcu Newland Ida II. I'fttti.H Nell 1.075 Miss Addie J.rihine ltrail Scott 1,125 Miss Lillie Garner Muttie Kirby 1.550 Mrs. M. M. Terkins I 'earl Field" 1.200 Grace lirnilv Gilbert's Creek 1.875 Marv K. MeKinnev 1.125 Miss Emma Holtzclaw O. Q. IWiIflv Nell Ruck 1.450 Elizabeth Uveitis 1.450 Nuncv Ycneer Turnersville. 2.725 Alum Warren Miss Coleman 1.125 Miss I.ucv Gooch Elsie Elizabeth D.irn Gooch 1.475 Isnbelle Reynolds Campbell . . . . 1.350 Miss Gubic Brads-haLorraine 1.075 MeKinnev Mnrv K. Dudderar 1.275 Miss Marv 1). Heck Anna Clianrc llor 1.050 Mis Ruth Tanner Lottie Carbon 1.750 MinS Zoe Huller .Mar Moore Rnnev 1.025 Miss Madie Itutlcr Heurv Fields , 1.425 MlSS lassie Jot boo Kale Anderson 1.050 Ora Flovd Ruth Cockui'.' 1.700 Roxie Jennincs Effie Drvc 1.775 Dollie Wilrher Kino's Mountain 1.500 Gertrude Wilkinson 1.000 Mis l.ulu Coker Elizabeth Iluuit .1.350 Elirnbeth I). Ktuirir Marcarct E. Holtzclaw . .1.275 DISTRICT NO. 2. .1.050 Florence Dawes 1.000 Jennie Sampson Junction Citv 1.125 Nell New land 1.050 .Miss lniiiiu McGruw Map Waters. U 2 1.075 I MlsS Hessie WriclU Delia Mav IiWTencc 1.000 Miss I.ucv Hankla Oeonrin Cnhbell 1.050 ,MitH Willie R. lvoL'sden . . . , Kuthcnne Kads Marv Steclo 1.050 im; Jennie Pennies 1.000 Miss Ruth McCollum Annie Milburn 1.000 MlS.S Bertha Wei-- t Alva Ilottzchiw 1.000 Miss Ruth Ken no Jennie I.ce Phillips 1.050 Miss Hcrtha West MtinfiUet Holtzclaw 1.000 Miss Daisy Shuttles Ora Flovd K1.000 Miss Ruth I.inirle Mae Waters 1.00(1 Miss Irene l.vous .M Alpha lldltrcluw 1.000 Miss Sara Richardson Hettio Reynolds Miss Georgia Wells Wavnesburo Miss Alma Cosbv 1.550 Miss Acnes Gicunc Singleton Elsie 1.125 Miss Ilessie Durham Hnrlelt Henluh 1.075 Miss hula Co John Wentrel .1.000 Miss Susie Roberts Mnir.'io Ollish 1.250 Mucinc Sehliippi i.:i.io 1.050 1.175 2.075 1.150 1.300 1.075 1.875 1.050 1.275 .1.075 1.000 1.250 .... 1.200 1.175 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.725 1.450 1.075 1.275 1.050 1.200 1.150 1.050 ....... ........... ... .... ....... .... .. .... ... -l 1.425 1.350 1.300 l.'JSO 1.375 1.250 1.375 1.050 . 1.000 1.250 1.450 .... .1.050 1.275 1.025 1.500 1.150 1.425 1.350 .1.000 .1.100 1.02.1 Lancaster Mi" Mai Ensslui Prcachrrsville Ander-o- h ilths Marv Alis-- , Moreland Miss I.elia B. Jones Eva Moser .Miss Mattio Bishop Mi-- s Minelle l'niitt Hubble Miss Man- - I.e flivens Mis Jennie Rankin Miss Jewel Kiionmiimrrc Miss Jcau McKe luiiti Mis Sarah Rccd 1.025 Miss Sadie Anderson 1.325 Miss Willie Wilkinson .1.250 Miss I'ntsv Kiiiiiaiid 1.000 .Miss Salhe Smith R. 1). 2 . Mis Allelic Itoumo Miss I.lllie llenrv .1.275 A'iss Stella Sanders Minnie (limn Minnie Wcl-- li 1.475 Mason 1.575 Miss Sliclj 1.025 MSS Klsiu Monis R-- 2 Miss Catlieiiuo Witltcis . . . . 1.750 .... 1.550 1.175 1.525 1.400 1.000 1.000 1.525 1.500 . 1.000 .1.000 ...... .1.000 .... .. . 1.25'J 1.025 1.150 Hustonvllle Miss Mav Noitli Miss Anna Km Lit Miss Kutheiitie Murnhv Miss Coin Nnimellcv .Miss Linda Nine Miss Isn FJovd Miss Bessie Riffo Miss Mnnmret Allen Miss Rose Mt'Cornuu'k Miss Mattlin Tucker ShelbV CitV Miss Lucilo CroVr... Miss Guvaood McAfee Miss M. L. Marciun Miss Marv Russell 1.850 1.050 1.725 1.150 l.:i')0 1.250 1.100 2.250 1.425 1.725 1.150 1.075 l.lfo .1.000 ,Miss Maura let Morrow ... Miss Anna M. Elkin 'Miss l.ettie M. McRobcits I Miss Cnrrio Anderson . . . . Miss Kliahetli Ford Jennie l.awiciice . . . . I Miss Brodhead Miss Lorettu lVith Miss F.lirabi'tli Tliarpe .... Miss Mattie Wilmott Miss Moore . . . ., .... MlSH .Icucl Fraiii'isiMi Paint Lick Mis. Tale Chadwelt R. P. . Marksbtirv Mr. Annie 1'ollanl Mi. s Jennie Swopa Danville Miss Elizabeth Vermillion . Miss Mildied Cosby I 1.275 1.050 1.200 1.000 1.075 1.125 1.050 1.075 1.050 1.275 1.100 1.150 .1.000 1.250 1.250 1.275 1.150 1.475 1.250 Nominate a Candidate. Nomination Blank CONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNAL: In your $500 Popularity I hereby nominate as a candidate Contest: NAME i Good for 1,000 Votes. ' Address NOMINATED BY ' PYTHIANS DO Q00D Lebanon Junction 1.500 Mrs. Dick Hampton WORK AT DANVILLE Buroln 1.000 Put on Drgrres for Utopia Lodge .. . Miss Florence N 1.000 Miss Grace Stone and Boost For The Big K. of 1.000 Miss Viririe Vnliarsdale 1.050 P. Fair." Miss Manrarct Gentrv Perrvvllle Miss Marv Hope Carpenter ,.1.050 Eiiit automobiles full of jolly 1.175 Knights Miss Louise Green of I'.vthias journeyed over to Judson Danville Tuesday night nnd "put on" 1.150 Miss Minnie Rnv jscvcrnl degrees for the benefit of Llbertv A de- i no- -. U'topia lodge of t lint city. Miss Ada Wcslev lustful evening was had - all who 1.275 Miss Elizabeth I'ortman Grubbs .1.025 attended, and at the conclusion of Miss Muiutiiet Parksvltl the work, the Stanford visitors were l.J.iO handsomely entered at luncheon at Miss Una Ovcrstreet 1.250 Miss Mae Cozatt 1.400 Mahan & Grimes' restnurant by Miss Lottie Wcstcrfield 1.470 their hosts. Miss Mvrtlc ilrowu In addition to the formnl work of Hlatt. Kv. 1.075 the order, the Stanford members did Miss Marv Lear some live boosting for the K. of P. Soainev. Kv. 1.025 fair, nnd upon motion of Hon. W. J. Miss Azilc, Elam Price, the Danville lodge voted to Today we announce the big op- nttend Hie fair heie in a body. Those portunity offer )t the contest. We who made the trip from here were have mnde this great inducement R. T. Rruce, J. F. Cummins, J. W. that those who are about to enter Williams, J. C. Reynolds, I). W. Giv-en- s, and those who have already entered ThoswEnds, Harry Frye, J. II. but who have eotten a late start mav Woods, G. G. Henzley, Frank Spoon-nmor- c, catch up in this great rnce for fame James Hnrris, John W. and fortune. Fields, John S. Baughman, W. II. Here Is The Offer Wcaren. J. C. McClary, M. S. Double votes will be given on nil Raughninn, C. E. Tate, W. W. Saunsubscriptions turned in this otlice ders, S. T. Harris, Alfred Ends, J. between May 15th and May 31st. I). Eads, W. W. Hays, Bona M-cIn addition "to this big inducement, Kcchnie, John Meeks, J. T. Binga- we hnve made a special offer of 3000 man, Jack Reazley, P. L. Deck, W. A extra voles on every dollar's worth Oirson, John N. Jlenefee, Jr., John of mibseriptious turned in before Englcmnn, R. II. Coffey, George Muy 25th. Those who fail to take Rurdette, and Shelton Snufley. odnntngc of these two offers are The Dnnville Advocate mentioning jepnrdizing thoir chnnces of winning the visit of the local boys, paid: Notice cnrefully that one otter clos- Stanford Kniirhts of Pythias have es on May 25th and one on May 31. one of the best degree teams in KenThese offers will positively closo on tucky and their splendid work was the dates mentioned. After that it witnessed in Danville Inst night at will go back to the regular vote schc Utopia Lodge where the third degree dulc. Tlw visitors came was conferred. With 3,000 Extra Votes over in automobiles. All are splenOn the offer which closes May 25, did men and have their work A&ko b'vhiii 3.000 extra votes in nddition to a fine point. to the double votes the schedule will - , e it w- - . I W3 tlf luiiuss. A Delightful Schuman Afternoon 120,000 votes 25 years Muuy music lovers expressed 102,000 votes 20 years hearty appreciation of the interest..75,000 votes 15 years ..... 49,200 votes ing program rendered by the talent 10 years ed young musickius of the fiiach . 30,000 votes 8 years 24,000 votes Club, ut the Graded School Audi5 years otes torium Friday afternoon, May 10. 13,800 3 years The participants were fiom the c!ns3 . . 9,000 votes 2 years 4,200 votes of MibS Ellen Ballou, and each one 1 year rellectcd credit on the popular and Double Votes Until May 31st. efficient teacher. The afternoon was The double vote otfer ends Muy devoted to n study of the life nnd .Us't and between May 25th and compositions of that wonderfully May :iltt, the vote schedule will be ersatilo composer, Schumann, and as follows: it seemed that the members of the 54,000 votes club hud been 5 yeais assigned parts that 12,000 votes brought out, 20 M'lirs to the best advantage, 30,000 votes .'.V.. 15 years the certain lines along which they 10,200 votes 10 years were especially gifted. An interest15,000 votes ing 8 years feature of the program was nn 0,000 votes 5 years aesthetic anulysis preceding Hie 4,S00 votes 3 years lendition of ench composition. The 3,000 votes 2 year musical public of Stnnfoid trusts 1,200 votes I year that this delightful rccitaTwny be Send Your Photo only the prelude of many more such The contes't manager would like enjoyable occasions during the comto have the picture of all active ing sejiool year. working for who arc inndidatcs votes and subscriptions. We will go Taft Men in the Saddle. to the expense of having n cut made u Stnte Central Committeemen, of'tluise who intend to make tin race and publish their pieluics George I). Florence, of Stanfoid, The pictmes should residHl at a meeting of the Eighth in the paper. District Republican Convention !at be sout in at once with a shoit Danville Thursdav when contests ovsketch that will be of to your friends. When you er tht" cliairmnnliiip in Boyle and mail photos, also send us u list of Gnrnud county were heaid. In the friends mi that we may llolu ense.'N. K. Tunis, tho Taft hcinl them a copy of thu Intel ior contestant, was seated as chairman, Join mil couiiuning your pictute over J. II. Swope n Roosevelt Tho. Gnirnid contest, beYou will find this will help boost your tween W. 0. Winn, representing tho campaign. Tuft wui', nnd Henley V. Bnstin, the Get The Printed Letters Wc hne on hand a great supply Roosevelt faction, was referred to of the inintcd letters which we niu the sta'te central committee for degiving the candidates to send out to cision. As, the state central com-- u ittee is overwhelmingly controlled their fiiends. They give the full do tnils ot the contest nud uii e.iu hv the Tn ft people, tile ITo.isee3t chnirmnn feels that he has a mighty esc them to send to I'm nds whom j on cannot tench oth- slim cbanco of being heated. Mr. erwise. Tell Us how many you will Swope, of Boyle, says that ho will promise to mail out and wo will be appeal to tho Stole Committee. glad to hend as you want without chiiBgo. You will find them a gieat Famous Auto Here. If help in occuriiig subscriptions. W. W. Beeson, manager of the ymt need another receipt book, tell Loniswilc biuncli of the Studehuker us to send that, loo. coi partition, was in Stanfoid Thurs-dt- tj The tremendous coupon vote which with "Skeeter III", thy famous is being cast for the contestants Flanders unto that won the celeshows that widespread interest in Hill climbing conbrated Deadlioi-sthe contest and demonstrates clear- test, making the record for cars unly that all that is necessary for any der $3,000 in price. Mr. Beeson was of tho scores of contestants to do is accompanied by Mr. Wakefield, of to make up her mind to get busy and who has many friends their friends stand mare than tendy Shelbyille, here. 'to do their share. "UNCLE JOE" G00DE Announces As Candidate For Magistrate In This District Much interest is felt in Magister ial district No. 1, the Stanford district, in the announcement made today that Joseph L. Goode, better known to his host of friends as "Uncle Joe" Goode is a candidate for the democratic nomination for tnagislrule, to fill tlm vacancy caus ed by the death of Squire McKech- nie. There are few better known citizens in this section of the county thhn "Brother Joe" and they say tnat he will make a remaikable race for this worthy hopor he freeks. Although n life long democrat, Mr. Goode has never asked for office before, and he nnd his friends nre of the opinion that it's about time the party was recognizing in some form tiis long ind efficient seruce. Middleburg SQUIRE K. D. N0AKES DIES AT CRAB ORCHARD Prominent Citizen of East End of County Passes Away After Lingering Illness. After a lingering illness, Squire K. D. Xo.ikes passed away nt his home a few miles from Crab Orchard, whero he had lived most of his 'life. He was surrotinded hv bis friends and loved ones when tho end enme, and nil jthat nder hands could do, ministered unto him in the I r, ..,. Ie list hours. Squire Npaks wns one of the best known citizens of the eastern end of the county, nnd had frequently been honored with distinctions and office by his fellow citizens, He was elected a member of the County Fiscal Court nt the last county election being n leading republican of hU section. He had served faithfully nnd well ns a federal soldier during the wnr, and nt its close took up the greater cause, and for wnrfare in uver forty years had labored as a minister of the Baptist denomination as well as devoting attention to his farm. He wns a prominent member of tho Masonic and Odd Fellow lodges nnd wns buried with full sen ices by these orders Friday after services nt the Ephesus church, which were attended by a large concourse of friends nnd loved ones. Squire Noak4 had the confidence, esteem and love of all who knew him, and it will be generally felt that a good man has gone to his reward. He is survived by his wife and a large family, who have the sympathy of a host of friends in this,-th-eir hour of grief. Christian Churches' Meeting mcteing of the Christian churches of Lincoln county will be held ut tho Mt. Morinh church, Saturday May 25th. 1912 Every church is urged to send delegates to represent it in this meeting. Program. Devotional 10 A. M.; address 10:15 A. M., Jos. Ballou; address 10:45 A. M. D. M. Walker; Evangelist's report 11:15 A. M1., J. G. Livingston; roport of churches 11:40. Dinner. Devotionnl 1 P. M. address 1:15 F. M. Tinder; address 1:45 Elder Carr. Adjournment. The semi-Annunl ne-ti- Overcoats that had been laid away for tho summer, were brought into use Sunday, and made one feel more comfortnble than without them There was a continuous down-pou- r of rniu for five hours here Saturday morning. Green river and its tributaries were swelled beyond their l'unk in an incredible shorn time and a great amount of damage along their courses was done. During the high water Saturday Luther Coleman's cow attempted to cross Knob Lick nnd was carried by the cunent nearly u mile nnd landShe ed into the town of Yosemite. kept her head above the wnter, however, nnd on landing shook the water from her dripping hide, and took the road for home. The ladies of the Baptist church uic about the busiest people you ever saw just now. They are preparing to paper the church, and have purchased u new carpet fof the floor, besides making other needed improvements. The male members met a few days sitiee they have begun spring cleaning und things begin to look good at the old temple to the credit of tho ladies be it said. They nre footing the bill for most of the improvement, that is being done. The Adair County ,N(yvs thinks Wnttcrsou has more sense than all This muy other editors combined. be true. It i the opinion of most people that Morse Henry is very Miinit. (Something like the fellow's 'dog.) It is also the concensus of among those who have opinion watched his course, for the last several years and have read his late atJ. C. W. Becktack on ham, and others that he lias more puro unadulterated cussedncss in his make, up than uny other man in Kentucky. Mrs. Rclda Carter died at the homo of her father, Mr. John Vest Mondny morning. nenr Yosemite, Mrs. Carter was about 50 jeais of age and the wife of Robeit Carter, who preceded her to the grnvo some tin years ago. Sho wus said to bo quite an industrious woman and kind heal ted neighbor. Being left with tlic c.'trc of four small children at tho death of her husband, has had quite an pull to btippoit them, though succeeded fuirly well in so doiuft. Rev. C. T. Claiinch held services at tho Christian church Tuesday mArning, when the remains wcic hud to i est beside her husband. up-hi- ll Commencement Calendar Friday afternoon 1:30 Primary entertninment at Collogo building, 2 Sunday evening at 8 o'clock Baccalaureate sermon, Opera House bv Rev. W. E. Arnold. 3. Monday evening 8 P. M., the "Americnn Gill", Ojicrn House. 4. Tuesday morning 10 A. M., Clns's Day. 5.- Tuesday 8 P. M., Expression and Music departments Opera House 0. Wednesdny 8 P. M., annual commencement Opera House. 8 P. M., annual 7. Thursday music recital opcni house. Everybody invited to all of these functi'ons. Regular prices of admission for Monday, Tuesday and Buccnlnurento Thursday eveiiingg. snimon, Class Day and Annual Commencement free. 1 Chomp Clink got the instructions from Iowa, while Michigan, South Curolina and Tennessee went , unin-structc- d. Rooseclt defeated both Tuft and Lafolletto overwhelmingly in tho primnries in California Tucdny and Champ Clink ran nwny from Wilson. Roosevelt can now carry (Ohio, it will seem that liis nomi nation cannot be pi evented. (Inn; is leaping to the front by leaps and I, omuls, .uid will go to Rultimoiu with nearly enough to nominate on the first ballot. I- Einmctt G. Logan, one of the greatest paragrnpbers ever known nnd for vears editor of tho Louisville Times, died as tlo result of an operation. Masked bandits held up tho Q. & C. New York Limited nenr Harris- burg, .Miss., Wednesday morning, nnd blowing the express enr safe, secured nbout $150,000. Tuft nnd Roosevelt nre hard in Ohio, each calling the other a liar about n dozen times in each' Speech. enm-jinimii- ns L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL $500 POPULARITY CONTEST This Ballot Must Be Voted on or e Good For 25 Votes FOR Before May 25th District No. Address ' Send necessary blanks and Instructions. will be accepted for any one Note Only one nomination blank candidate. Fish nnd Bromley offor you the best in life, health, accident, fire, lightning, windstorm, livestock, burglary, plate glass, teams liability, fidelity, etcThev write all kinds of insurable. Compare their com- panies wita others. The I. J. is informed bya friend in Brodhend that it was Owen W. Turpin, who wus acquitted of murder by a jury in tho Rockcastle circuit court, and not "Lige" Tur- pin as the paper stated in mention- - Address This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to the Contest Department of the Interior Journu, will count for the person whose name is written thereon. These ballots must be fastened together in packages, enclosed in envelopes, before bcinsj deposited. big the trial. Muurwu II -! - - -- - 1; . .,-.- . .,, -- wmmt ' ' i" - AW - -- " injj"' hhjw m I, .Mi. yjatra.)."amjiu ywwv. mi s mi ,..i.,, v'.aaaaisjiPMCrs'g wjii ;," W JJW THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THE CIRCULARS VSa l 7uiwh r miRCAujv oiysi &r ?LUIY ROBERTS IWIEifctor ILLUSTRATIONS BY iY KCPrfttcttT isoa 8YNOPGI3. 6r mFaoo&i-ritMiiiCcottrAi- CHAWER I. Mlat Inn, aptnatar and guardian of Oertruda and lUUer, dimmer headijuartara at Sunny difficulties tha aide. Amldat numaroua aarvanta deaertad. Aa Mlaa Innea locked up (or tha nljht, aha waa atartlad by a dark fliure on tha varands, CHAPTER II. Sha paaaed a tsrribta Blht, which waa filled with unaeemlr noliM. In tha mornlnc Mlaa Innea found a atranca link cuff button In a clothe hamper. and Italaer CHAPTER arrived with Jack PIUr. The houae waa awakened by a rerolrar shot. A at ran re man waa found ahot to death. In tha hall. CHAPTER IV. It prored to be the body of Arnold Armstrong, whoso banker father owned the country houae. Mlaa Innes found Halaey revolver on tha lawn. He and Jack Bailey had The link cuff button myatarioua-l- y dlaappeared. CHAPTER V. Defective Jamteaon and tha coroner arrived. Oertrude revealed Jack Ralley, that aha waa encaged to In the billiard with whom aha had talked room a few momenta before the murder. told Mlaa CHAPTER Innu that she was hiding evidence from him. Ha Imprisoned an Intruder In an empty room. The prlaonar escaped down a laundry chute. CHAPTER VIX.- -U devslofd that tha Intruder waa probably a woman. waa auspected, for the Intruder left a print of a tmra foot. Oertrude returned boms with her light ankle sprained. aatab-Uaha- d. dtaap-peereleon Oer-tra- can I do? I know you picked up something In the flower bed: you refuse to tell me what It was. I know Miss Gertrude went back to the billiard room to get something, she refuses to say what. You suspect what happened to the, but you won't tell me. Bo far, alt I am sure of Is this: I do not believe Arnold Armstrong was the midnight visitor who so alarmed you by dropping shall we say, a And I believe that when he did come he was admitted by some j. one In the, house, JVho knows it may have been Llddy!" I stirred my tea angrily. "I have always heard," I said dryly, "that undertakers' assistants are Jcvlal young men. A man's sense of humor seems to be In Inverse proportion to the gravity of his profession." "A, man's sense of humor Is a barbarous and a cruel thing, Miss Innes," he admitted. "It Is to the feminine as the hug of a bear is to the scratch of well, anything with claws. Is that you, Thomas? Come In." Thomas Johnson stood In the doorway He looked alarmed and apprehensive, and suddenly I remembered the sealskin dressing bag in the lodge. Thomas came Just inside the door and stood with his head drooping, his oyes, under their shaggy gray brows, fixed on Mr. Jamleson. "Thomas," said the detective, not unkindly, "I sent for you to tell us what you told Sam Oohannon at the club, the day before Mr. Arnold was found here, dead. Let me see. You came here Friday night to see Miss limes, didn't you? And cumo to work cuff-lingolf-stic- "It Is Impossible," I broke la. "Mr. Jamleson, do you know what your words ImplrT Do you know that you are practically accusing Oertrude Innes of admitting that man?" "Not quite that," he said with his friendly smile. "In fact. Miss Innes, I am quite certain she did not. But as long as I 'learn only parts of the truth, from both you and her, what here Saturday morning?" ' For some unexplained reason Thomas looked relieved. "Yas, Bah," ho said. "You see It were like this: When Mlstah Armstrong and the fam'ly, went away. Mis' Watson an' me, wo was let' In charge till the place was rented. Mis' Watson, sho've bin here a good while, an' she warn' skeery. So she lep' In the house. I'd bin bavin tokens I tol" Mis' Innes some ofera an' I slep' In the lodge. Then one day Mis' Watson, she came to me an' Bhe sez, scz she: Thomas, you'll hov to sleep up In the big bouse. I'm too nervous to do It any more.' Hut I Jes' reckon to myself that ef It's too skeery fer her, It's too skeery fer me. We had it, then, fiho', nuff, and it ended up with Mis' Watson stayln' In the lodge nights an' me lookln' fer work at de back along the path," pursued Mr, Jamleson relentlessly, "The nex' mornln' I come back along the path an1 down where I dun see the man night befob, I picked up this here." The old man held out a Uoy object and Mr. Jamleson took It Then he bald It on hU extended pais U mu the oUtw kill for-to ( a club." "Did Mrs. Watson say that anything had happened to alarm her?" "No, sab. Sho was Jus natchally skeered. Well, that was all, far's 1 know, until the night 1 come over to see Mis' Innes. I come across the valley, along the path from the club house, and I goes home that way Down In the crcok bottom I almost run Into a man. He wuz standln' wlrh Ills back to roe, an' ho was worUIn' with one of these yero electric light things that fit in yer pocket. Ho was havlu trouble one minute lt'd flash out, an' the nex' lt'd bo gone. I hed a view of 'Is whtte dress shirt an' tlo, as I passed. I didn't see bis face. Dut I know it warn't Mr. Arnold. It was a taller man than Mr, Arnold. Ilesldes that, Mr. Arnold was playln' cards when I got to the club houso, same's he'd been doln' all day" "And the next morning you came there. It must haVa been after 11, and the monotonous tick of tho big . clock on the stairs behind mo wa the only sound. Then I wag conscious that sorao ono was running up the drive. In a mlnuto n woman darted into the area of light tnado by the open door, and caught mo by tho arm. " NX M TM 4f 'SP. tm V colIlosle Rosle In state l BII It was from terror, and, anot thoofleast lapse ?? important, clutching ono of my Coal-poplates and u silver spoon, She stood staring into the darkness behind, still holding the ptato. I got her Into the house and secured tho plate; then I stood and looked down at her where she crouched trombltng-lagainst the doorway. "Well." I asked, "didn't your young man enjoy his meal" ' She couldn't sprak. She looked nt of the peart cufMlnTfl Dut Mr, Jnmlepon was not qulto the spoon she still held I wasn't so through questioning him, anxious about it; thank Heaven, it "And so you showed It to Sam, at wouldn't chip and then she stared at the club, and asked him if he knew mo. any one who owned such a link, and "I appreciate your desire to have everything nice for him," I went on, Sam said what?" "Wal, Sam, ho' lowed he'd seen "but tho next ttmo, you might tako such a pair of in a shirt the Limoges china. It's moro easily belongln' to Mr. Dalley Mr. Jack duplicated and less expensive." Datley, sah." "I haven't a young man not here." "I'll koop this link, Thomas, for a She had got her breath now, ns I had while," the detective said. "That's guessed she would. "I I have been chased by a thief, Miss Innes." all I wanted to know. Goodnight" "Did he chase you out of tho houso As Thomas shuffled out, Mr. Jamie- son watched me sharply. and back again?" I asked. "You see, Miss Innes," he said, "Mr. Then Ilosle began to cry not si- Dalley Insists on mixing himself with lently. but noisily, hysterically. 1 this thing. If Mr. Dalley came hero stopped her by giving her a good that Friday night expectng to meet shako. Arnold Armstrong, and missed him "What in tho world Is the matter "Has tho day if, as I say, he had done this, might with you?" I snapped. he not, seeing him enter the following of good comomn sense gono by I Sit night, have struck him down, as he up and tell me the whole thing." had Intended before?" Ilosle sat up then, and sniffled. "I was coming up the drive" she "Dut the motive?" I gasped. "There could be motive proved, I began, "You must start with when you think. Arnold Armstrong and John Datley have been enemies since the went down the drive, with my dishes latter, a cashier of the Traders' bank, .and my silver." I Interrupted, but. brought Arnold almost into the seeing moro signs of hysteria, I gave dutches of the law. Also, you for- - in. "Very well. You were coming up get that both men have been paying the drive " "I had a basket of of stiver and attention to Miss Oertrude. Bailey's flight looks bad, too." dishes on my arm, and I was carrying "And you think Halsey helped him the plate, because because I was up the to escape?" afraid I'd break It. Part-wa"Undoubtedly. Why, what could it road a man stepped out of the bushes, be but flight? Miss Innes, let mo ro- - and held his arm like this, spread out, construct that evening, as I see It. so I couldn't get past. He said he Dalley and Armstrong had quarreled said 'Not so fast, young lady; I want you to let me see what's In that at tho club. I learned this Your nephew brought Dalley over, basket.'" Prompted by Jealous, Insane fury, She got up in her excitement and Armstrong followed, coming across by took bold of my arm. the path. He entered the billiard "It was like this. Miss Innes," she room wing perhaps rapping, and bo- - said, "and say you was the man. lng admitted by your nephew. Just When he said that, I screamed and Inside ho was shot, by some one on ducked under his arm like this. He the circular staircase. The shot fired, caught at the basket and I dropped It. your nephew and Dalley left the house I ran as fast as I could, and he came at once, going toward tho automobile after as far a the trees. Then he house. They left by the lower road, stopped. Oh, Miss Innes, It must have which prevented them being heard, been the man that killed that Mr. and when you and Miss Oertrude got Armstrong!" downstair everything was culci." "Don't be foolish." I said "Who- i "Dut Gertrude's story," I stam- - ever killed Mr. Armstrong would put as much space between himself and mered. "Miss Gertrude only brought for-- this house as he could. Go up to bed ward her explanation the following now; and mind. If I hear of this story morning. I do not believe it, Ml3s being repeated to the othor maids, I Innes. It Is the story of a loving and shall deduct from your wages for ingenious woman." every broken dish I find in the drive." I could fancy Llddy' face when she "And this thing "May upset my whole view of the missed the extra pieces of china she case. We must give the beneflt of had opposed Rosto from the start. If every doubt after all. We may,, for Llddy once finds a prophecy fulfilled, one, she instance, come back to the figure on especially an unpleasant tho porch; if it was a woman you saw never allows me to forget it It that night through the window, we seemed to me that It was absurd to might start with other premises. Or leave that china dotted along the road Mr. Innes' explanation may turn us for her to spy the next morning; so in a new direction. It is possible that with a sudden resolution, I opened tho ho shot Arnold Armstrong as a burgdoor again and stepped out Into the lar and then fled, frightened at what darkness. As the door closed behind he had done. In any case, however, me I halt regretted my Impulse; then I feel confident that the body was I shut my teeth and went on. here when he left. Mr. Armstrong I have never been a nervous womleft the club ostensibly for a moon- an, as I said before. Moreover, a minlight saunter, about half after eleven ute or two in the darkness enabled o'clock. It was three when the shot me to see things fairly well. Deulah was fired." gave mo rather a start by rubbing unI leaned back bewildered. It seemed expectedly against my feet; then wo to me that the evening had been full two, side by side, went down the of significant happenings, had I only drive. held the key Had Gertrude been the Tbero were no fragments of china, fugitive in the clothes cbuto? Who but where tho grove began I picked was the man on the drive near the up a sliver spoon. So far Itosle's dressingstory was borne out; I began to wonlodge, and whose -bag had I seen In the lodge sitting der if It were not Indiscreet, to say room? the least, this midnight prowling in It was late when Mr. Jamleson a neighborhood with such a deservedfinally got up to go. I went with him ly bad reputation. Then I saw someto the door, and together we stood thing gleaming, which proved,, to bo looking out over tho valley. Below the handle of a cup, and a step or lay the village of Casanova, with Its two farther on I found a bit Old World houses. Its blossoming of plate. Dut the most surprising trees and its peace. Above on the hill thing of all was to find tho basket sit across the valley were the lights of ting comfortably beside tho road, with the Greenwood club. It was even pos- the rest of tho broken crockery piled sible to see the curving row of paral vriiuiu, uuu u uauuiui ui ouiaii lel lights that marked the carriage iueuuy Bpoons, forks and tho like, on top! I could only stand and stare. Then Iloslo's story was true. Dut where had Ilosle carried her basket? And why bad the thief. If ho were a thief, picked up the broken china out his of the road and left It, with 5. The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Aire has It attraction no lea than youth In a mora aerene and quieter life. Ilut It I thla very lire of reat without aumclent exerclae that bring with It disorder that arlao from In tho activity. Chief of these are a chronic, peralatent constipation. Moat elderly people are troubled In thla war, with accompnnylnr aymptoma of belchlnir, drowalneaa after eatlnir, headache and Keneral lassitude. Frequently there la dlmcutty of dluestlnir even light food. Much mental trouble It la hard to find a aultattle neuj. remedy, first of all the advice may be Klven that elderly people should not uae salts, cathartic pills or nowuers, water or any of tha more violent puriratlvea. V.'l.At thy need, women as wH " men. la a mild laxative tonic, one that la pleasant to take and yet acts without rrlnlnff. The remedy that fill all these qulramenta, and baa In toalo Ashland Brook (No. 11750.) n Eu-ge- rt A y R. G. Williams' Splendid Record. s y hist week iHibliflied n hnmNomo picture of Hon. It. 0. WillinuM, now Attorney of the Covins-to- n district, under n headline reading "I'lieiiuiilcd record wns mnde by Commonwealth's Attorney. WillinnH itiitlvf. new mark in circuit cjurt". Jmlgo Williams' many friends here mid in this end of the state are very proud of the record be is making, ami nn predicting still further honarors for him. The Tinii"-Slticle snid in part: "CunimonwrnllhV Attorney Hich-nr- d 0. William-- , nini-- the of the recent grnnd jury, has set n d fur reouring convictions in criminal case which 1ms never boon equaled in Kenton county. In nil, f0 cn.es from indictment returned have been by. Mr. and in each case he has secured n conviction. The only other cne, that of Oeorge Wottenleff;, charged with robbery, resulting in a hung jury nnd n new trial will be forthcoming. This record is considered reinnrknhle, ns the State makes no provision for securing evidence in these cases." The Time-Stn- Cincinnati r ar e se-io- re-c- ot cd Wil-linu- w ' I An Important Point Of Law The Court of Appeals th'u week affirmed the case of the Common wealth ngninst Peter I'aul Apkins, from Jessamine coiintv. Ankinswiis indicted for the willful murder of his wife, Lizzie Young Apkin, by poison to her and nl- so striking her, the crime being com- initlcd in Cincinnati, but she died in eere thills. Several years The lower court held it ,ous, hnving been relieved of n similar had no Jurisdiction, and in tiohold- - attack, I naturally sought relief ns mg that ruling the higher court siiys before, from Swnmp-ltoo- t. n crime is committed at the place I After using four of the large the act is done, which rcults.c bottles, I was completely rcstor-i- n the injury nnd death, nnd that thojed nnd went on my way rejoicing nnd prosecution for such net is proper- - praising Dr. Kilmer's Swnmp-Hoo- t. ly conducted nt the place where the 'This was thrco years ago, nnd I have net is done and not where the death M& no indication of the return of may occur, and that the couits of the affliction. Yours very truly, Ohio alone have" jurisdiction to punJ. C. SMITH, JR ish the offense of Ankins. 103 Johnson, St. Jackson, Tenn. State of Tennessee County of MadiGr en River. son ss: Mr. mid Mrs. C. C. Ocrkey nnd Subscribed nnd sworn to before children, of (ireen Hiver and Mr. nnd mc this 13th dav of July, 1'JO'J. Mrs. W. M. Hale and children of P. C. STOVALL. near Hnll's flap spent Sunday with Notary Public. Mr. and Mrs. James 1'loyd, of this I place. l Letter to Mrs. James Winkle is .in the sick Dr. Kilmer & Co., list. BInqhamton. N. Y. Yimiiiv: .Mr. Jolni-o- n has sold his farm mid is going to move to LudProve What Swamp Root Will Do low. His ninny frienii regret to For You. give him nnd his excellent family up. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., The lain here wns of gieat damX. Y.f for a sample bottle. age to the people. Mr. John Miekle'n damnge was about one hundred dol- It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable infor- lars. The stock law is of great damage mniion, telling nil nuotu mc Ki.ineys r. When writing be sure to to the iHior i.eoi.le. thev nre Iianmr nml to sell their stock on the account of mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Regular fifty-cenot being able to fence their Inr.d, nrd one dollnr sie bottle for sale nt nil drug stores. ot previ-Kentuck- y. re Ding-lmmto- n, Semi-Weekly properties that strengthen the Iatomaeh. liver and bowel, la Or. Catdwe a Hyrup Pepsin, wmen tnouaanue ui pie use, to the exclualon of all oln er -.lta Tm.twnrt IV tUiAM IlKe A l. Tlarelt, Oaklnwn Farm, Newbern. Tenn., Ky. ami Mr. LUile H llrooks. Pari. Interaay they take It at regular val and In that X,.noynS.,m,nhSi tain neneral Rood rood aa they t not haonow. In ear f Jo awell alwaja You will do a little of It In the houae. It I have Kood for nil the family. Anyone wlahln to make a trial of thla remedy before buylnr It In the regular way of a drulat at fifty cent or one dollar a larae bottle (family ft") fan l.av a sample belt! "nt th".l0rT Bnghlliijut. 2:03 4 and Valpa, L free of charge by almply Darknight sired by Alcyone St.. 2:0H W, II. Caldwell. 405 Waahlnarlon Montlcello, III. Tour namo and addree No. record 2:27. Ashland on a postal card will do. Hrook's 1st dam Ilium Wren by Ash. Innd Wilkes, 2201; record 2:17 Lebanon Drys File Contest tho aire of John It. Gentry, 2:00 n League of n The Sally Tolcr 2:00 -1: Aahlnnd Wilkes Monday filed in the Coiintv sired by Hcd Wilkes 1740, he by Court formal ncilice of contest of George Wilkes, second dam, Lide the local optition election held in Lilly, by Pretender, 1153, 3d dam Uhnnon las-- t Thursday, nt which the by Jim Monroo 835. wets weru victorinun bv a inaioiitv Note. Ashland PhuuU is & handitcst, nrrording to the some horse with, loU of subitntice of 41. The will be statement filed ill conn, nnd we feel sure in offering to the based on the following grounds; public the service of him that there nut properThat the iietioii was are very few his equal, for he has ly printed upon the ballot; that the already proven himself to be a petition for the election did not con- breeder unsurpassed, for he is n sire tain, tile nnmes of 2." per cent, of of the kind of hones the public are the voters nt each of the precincts looking for today. His colts nil have in town and that in precinct NV 4 good color and have that nice way some of the ncliw leaders of the of going with the secd of trotters. "wets" including some of the of- They nil possess tho looks of a fine ficials of election, were, guilty of saddle horse in fact they meet with several offenses iticliitliiiir intimida- few defeats in the how ring. They tion, biiberv and other tiiiliivfiil urnctices" that Ihe result of the have perfect manners. Ashland election was nffeetcd. The contest lirook will make the present acasoa stays proceedings in the mutter nnd at $15 to insure a living colt. pending a settlement of it the result of the election cannot be sprend upon the leci.rds. The contest will he tried before the County Contest No. 2550. of the County Hoard composed Vol. 0, A. S. II. U. King Eagle is Judge nnd two Magistrates residing 10 hands high, dark bay with flowing nearest the courthouse. mane mid tail, goes nil the gait with plenty of speed, style nnd acTHE POWER OF GREAT KIDNEY tion. Pedigree Sired by Hoyal Kins REMEDY IS SOON REALIZED 2555 ho by On Time, 745, he by Acording to my cipcricnco I do Stonewall Jackson 72, Hoyal King' not consider that there i Anything first dnn Mollio Mountr, 3591, was by the noted siro Cnbbfll's Lexingto equal Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hofor kidney affection. It relieved me ton P. S. King Eagle's first dam Hip when I was perfectly helpless. 3579, she by rJngle Bird 1014, he by Tho last time I wns traveling in Old King I'agle, 750, second dam by Ited Lion 3rd dnm by Iiurris DenTexas when my kidneys became fccled nnd for ten days I suffered mark, he by Miller's Denmark, 45, excruciating pain, accompanied with fourth dam by Jim Dell (thorough1-- 2. 2-- I8 -1-1-2. 1-- 4, 1-- 2, Anti-Snliml.eb-nno1- Vol. 17 A. T. II. It., bred by Ituckcr, Georgetown, Ivy. Ash-lau- d II rook was foaled 1003, solid bay with left hind foot white, 15 3- -1 hands high. by PKDICJRKE. Sired Silent Itrook, No. 10700, leeord 2tlfl tho sire of Margaret Bathgate, 2:11 14. Bettle Brook (3) 2:I7?; Lady Jennie Brook, Bdllirooks, 2:17 I 4, (4) 2:17 4, Elliott Stone Lady Brook, 2:30 and Running Brook 2:30, Slknt Brook by Darknlght, No 2858, tho nire of Searchlight 2:02 King Eagle bred.) Note. King Kngle is a combined stallion, a breeder of combined horses his colts all have good colors, with size, high style and action. lie is also n sire of the most looked fur horse today; that is the plantation horse. They all havo n nice running walk and their canter is perfect. lln get are in demnnd nnd nlwnys bring the highest prices. King Kagle will mnkc the present season nt the low price of $15 to insure a living colt. WAR TRACE We will nlso stand the great young Jack War Trace nt $10 for mares ami $20 for jennets to insure a living colt. War Trace is black with white points 15 2 hands high. Ho was nired by Great Kastcrn II he by imp. Tux Payer that sold for $3,200. His dam was by the imp. Great Eastern. Wnr Trace's dam by Bedford Star, ho by Ezell Stai-bgh- t. 1-- CARDUI WORKED LIKE A CHARM die. Would Rccoonizr. Him. Speaker Chnniii Clark tells of n Missouri limned StrmiL'e who became ill nnd feared he was about to I I I booty? It was with my nearest approach to a neivuiis collapse that I heard th throbbing of an autouiobllo engine. As It came closer I recognlicd the outline of the Dragon Fly, and knew that Halsey had come back. Strange enough it must have Boemed to Halsey, too, to come across me in the middle of tho night, with the skirt of my gray silk gown over my shoulders to keep ort the dow, holding a red and green basket under one arm ana a Diacx cat unaer too other. What with rollef and Joy, I be gan to cry, right there, and very near-- ' ly wiped my oyes on Deulah in the excitement. (Continued next Friday) muscles I Was Conscious That 8oma One Was exercise Running Up tho Drive. injury, Chnmberlains's' Liniment road. Rumors that I had beard about or the club came back of drinking, of i excellent. This liniment is also high play, and once, a year ago, of a hishlv esteemed for the relief it afsuicide under those very lights. fords in coses of rheumatism. Sold Mr. Jamleson left, taking a short by Penny'3 drug store. cut to the village and I still stood Tor soreness of tlio whether induced by violent Ciillintr his wife to him, l.nwvcr After Operation Failed to Help, Striiiu'p saidt. Cardui Worked Like a Charm. I die I would "Now. mv dear h like YOU to nut a little head. tone nl Jonesvllle, R. C "I suffered with mv iriae and on it siinnlv suv. womanlr trouble." writes Mrs. J. S. ' "Here lies nn honet lawver." Kcsdric!:. ia s. letter fmm this placo. ' ''''i1' "i,,',e,i,',M'd surmise that '"'""' """' "and nt times, I could not bear to stand ,',',7 , ."'Vr'.'i.V' on my feet. Tho doctor said I would will' not he mWssarv. he That never bo any better, and that I would said. 'Kerv one who misses nnd 'IH "ievintion will nl once miv havo to havo nn operation, or I would "' 'That's Stimiire. nave a cancer. I went to tho hospital, and they operWoman Killed In Jcllico. ated on me, but I got no bettor. Tbcr Mis. Tom Bowlin, wife of the said medicines would do mo no good, marshal of Jellico, Te.m., was killand I thought I would havo to die. I tried Cardui, and besan to j,,',' T"m l';t"i was killed mid sev At last Improvo, so I continued using it. Nov;, eral oinevs injiiieii in ii promiscuous I am well, and can do my own work. shooting nfiray Sunday. Tho marshal was trying to arrest Purtoii for I don't feel any pains. promiscuous shooting. Al lliiteher, Cardui worked Uko a charm." There must bo merit In this purely who suppoitcd the marshal, had n bullet hole in his neck mid limy die. rtgctablo, tonic remedy, for women Cardui for It has been In successful .while Al llowlui, brother of the mar- use for more than CO years, for the shnl, had been clubbed on the hend treatment of womanly weakness and with u revolver butt, Adding to disease. the excitement, the marshal, when he Pleasa try It, for your troubles. found his wife was dead, is said to ooM.Jkln.Oi.,Oulunoota.Tti.n..lorpfiil nue essajeu 10 Slioot llllliself. A 'How Traauwat friend knocked a revolver from '"'"'"" i his ta-- WaaMa," Mat la pUln vrtppar, oo raguwU M-- Iiand, Note. This jack has proven himself to be n great breeder for mules for his colts sold last full as high as $110 horse mule colts to $125 for mnie mules, so you see in offering the service of this great jack, we nie offering one thnt is second to none. This jack hns nUa proven himself to be n great jennett jack, for he has the finest hend nnd ear, nnd ns much foot nnd bono as any jack living and ns like begets like, lie hns departed the same to his jack mid jennet colts. EQUITY. Wo will nlso offer for public service this great Jack. He is black with white points. His head and car, foot nnd bono are second to none, with t,ty0 nnd action like n mule. Ho is sired by Vclbcrton, Jr., fiist dam by Dr. Wood, second dam by imported jack. Velbctoti, Jr., the siic of Equitv is now nt the hend of Mr. T. H. Adams' herd of jennets, nt Lexington, Ky. In. offering this jack for public servico we feel sure we nre offering n great breeder for competent judges say that he wns the best breeder in Montgomery county, his colts always bunging tlie highest prices. This gieat jack will make the pre-sefrcnson ut $10 for mares and $20 for jennets to insure a living colt. All of tho nbovo mentioned stock will mnko the present season of 1012 nt our stnblo 2 2 mile west of Stanford on tho Shelby City pike. Mares traded, paitcd with or bred elsewhere without our conseut foifeits the insurance atid money becomes due at time of such transaction. For information call on or address S. T. Harris & Robert Woods, Phoru 3, Stanford, Ky. nt 1-72-Ri- ?- - ff WtfZFT" m V-.iqRHU- v3 THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. I Poultry Raisers Ceclian Leaf, 411C5 Don Varrick ta J Cholera, Gapes, Litnberneck, Roup, Canker, JHsihW KVc.i"o0Ev Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Miaa Kfthat Rtvanl. fUfcUt. If ... . .,, poumr fffMOf nko. wai Kr . l". Brw, dtcltaU JMf . .., by v Mrti hick I Kim III ) idlimbrnwti vmkmilMd. pnt drop el Ktrp 4.1144 UMtiily IIM Xy. Rrcfc 4IM4for fntdtKnkIiUWfl m4 CatfiMtttf J. RM. Crunt, Birdsttwn, OLD HY fel pf tTffittTt iWH Amfilfct Ktte I Kile f Mff uwd." Price 50c it (II Drotflm. SOLD BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. aaaaai- - j .v!i aiaaaaaaaKiS. i ibbj,i nBBjaavrdaat Sired bv lto.l Lent 21300. tho crcntfKt of nil roadsters: 1st dntn I)nv .Mnld bv Cecilmn. lie bv Onm-betWilkes: 2nd tlnm Nell bv Unicorn 1024. .'Jrd dntn Noon Dnv bv St. Elmo 275: 4th dntn bv Pilot. Jr. 12. In Cecilmn Lcnf th blood of C. V, flnv nnd Hed Wilkes iu united with tlint of (Inmbettft Wilkes nnd Pilot. Jr.. nnd should nrnvc a cross whirh ennnot be excelled. Ceeilinn Lenf is n rich bnv with two white hind feet nnd n star: is exceptionally rnnirv lor n trotting )ionc. csnecinllv crnccful in the neck: ntnnds full 15 4 hnnds: has Inch netion nnd lots of r',le nnd fitn-l- i. which lr nddition to Ins stieid In in nn idenl home for the miikr stud. Thcc minhtics nro iuatwhnt is needtd in ii iro to breed Iiitrh-clihnrnvs nnd wnlk trot horses, tlmt -- tils for nnd it is thr wnlk-ltlm most monev nnd hns the rend-i- it ?n!e. Ceeilinn I.enf ii unnuirk-c- d but cnu trot in 2:28. He will mnko tin sonoii nt the Pink CottnL'c burn 1 2 miles from Miinford on, the lltmtnnvillp nike. Tho fen to n limited number of 3-ns nl cd Will make tho senson of 1012 nt my stable, one mile fiom Stanford, ut $15 to insure n living foal. Don Varrick is a beautiful chestnut, 10:2, by the great Onward Silver 2:05V4 bo by Onward, by dco. Wilkes. Onwnrd Silver sold for $25,000, nnd wns ns gnmo a race horso ns ettr went down the Grand Circuit. Don Vnrnck's first dam by Wilkes Doy, the sire of n grent family of Futurity winners; 2d dam, Mary by Hogg's Grey Logle, tho dam of The Wng 2:15V4 nnd Mndelcno aaaaBRKSlHsKSBHSBvBaaESalHSHSHBSBaaV Br3.-!'iaHfilKS'A aMl,aBLvE9(N?H I for n Iimiil' colt. At the enme nlnce I will etnnd 1' treat Jin;l.. Samson nt 1 12.30 to injure. You know this luck ns the "ire of more show mules thnn nnv other for tho mist four venr. Tho fenson fee on nnv mire bred to (ither Ceeilinn or Sninson becomes duo nnd will be collected from the breeder if mnre is sold or Darted with. iimri-- tint eni-.- n will be $10 TATE &. MESSER James Messer. Mannner. Phone 150 H. Stnnford. Kv. Pntchen, the lam of Kubocr 2:10, Hilly Wilton J:20, Winchester 2:1931 and Miss It. 2:30. Don Vnrnck's dnra nns tho dnm of Dr. Connor, that paced n publio half mile nt Lexington nt 10 months in 1:0834, nnd sold 'for $1,000 to N. W. of New Hnvcn, Conn.; nlso the dntn of Mnggie Igo, tlmt trotted n hnlf mile on snrre track in 1:11 nt 10 months, nnd sold for f500. Don Vnrriek breeds fcizc, speed nnd finish. 11m deposition i perfect. Senson money due when maro is Fold, trnded or bred to nnother horse. Will pasture marcs nt $3 n month, nnd will tnko especial cnro to prevent accident", hut will not be responsible should nnv occur. ED BALLARD, Stanford, Ky. Hub-ingiv, Bed RoomSuites OddDressers Odd Beds Odd Wash Stands Springs, Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Rockers, Cbairs Wall Paper Carpets , Mattings Rugs Druggets, Lace Curtains Shades, Pictures Trunks, SewingMachines 4 3 I 'i i W. A. Tribble &K py;.? 54Bus3aVaiBM9BHB9Hsv9sasasH iaaaaBaaiawiKS!KaBMaawataSBwi BtriiKKkUaiJjiKsEag&Jt Beau Naboth 45006 TWO MIGHTY JACKS. BY KABOTH 1011C. by Walsingham by Gecrgc 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. Clifton and Russell. Will mnko the tircscnt senson nt H. Woods, two the ntnbles of mile west of Stanford, on thn Sheltr by Citv Dike, nt $10 to insure n colt. Trndine tho mnro forfeits the insurance. Cnro will be taken to nrcNent necidents. but not NO. 022, VOL. 11, NO. 54, BY CROMWELL, NO. 73, BY WASHINGTON DENMARK, NO. 64. FIRST DAM, BELL BY RH0D-ERICNO. 104; SECOND DAM BY DENMARK. THIS CHAMPION SADDLE STALLION OF KENTUCKY, WHICH EVERYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES KNOWS HIM BOTH AS A GREAT SHOW HORSE AS WELL AS A BREEDER, WILL MAKE THE SEASON OF 1912 TO A LIMITED NUMBER OF MARES, AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. ALSO FOR SERVICE PRESTON FIVE-GAITED Jn. liv-in- SIRED BY WASHINGTON, PRESTON, JR. By Preston 922, first dam Mamie Wilson, by Ogdenburg, second dam Katy Maloy, one of the best show mares the state ever produced. Fee $15. Preston. Jr.. Is a Unlit bay horse with four white feet to the 4 ankle. Three years old; 15 hands high, a horse of good 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 pfr month, but will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock. Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Season is due if mares are traded or parted with or bred to other stock. 3-- should nnv occur. Both of these meks nro 15V--, hnnds Inch, hi nek. with licht nomts and have uroven themselves cxtrn finp breeders. T-- n Tresaha? mule ontn bv these incks sold for nn nvernce of tnor thnn $123.00 nt our sale Inst fall. Jennets will bo enred for nfter June 1st and will bo bred to cither inek nt $20 to in sum n colt. E. P. Woods. J. H. Woods Stanford. Krntuckv. BIG SEASON EXPECTED AT ELIXIR SPRNGS. Casey county n few miles south of McKinncv. .MnnnueT IJ. Jf. Houchin hai rande n creat manv imnrOve- 'ments (lurini; the winter nnd has ecry uucommodntion for Ins Ruesta. He h mnkinc n rate of $8.50 and $10 a week, which is 'considered ery lensonnhlo when he chnrncttr of the wnter, nnd quality of Many is considered. from here will spend much of the Mimmcr there in tenrch v)f henlth nnd rest. ncconi-modntio- nt Elixir Spnnss the Inmous henlth resort in A bn; senson is expected Benu Nnboth'a duin, Nora Baugh-ma- n by Xorval 5335, by Electioneer 125, 2d dam Lcla J. by Metropolitan 1372 by Hamiltonian 10, 3d dam Josephine by Mambnno Statlight 3042 by Durlbny 441 ; 4th dam Mary With era by Oliver (thoroughbred); 5th dura by Wngticr; Cth dam by Imp. Trnnby; 7th dam by Thornton's nattier. Benu Xnboth is a handsome bay, standing 15:3 2 hands of great style nnd action and perfect disposition. He has proven a breeder, and his own breeding, the Electioneer-Wilke- s cross is tecond to none. LI is crosses with snddle bred mnres hnc unfnilingly produced combined colts of high class. Beau Naboth will make the present season at J. W. Baughman's fc table, on the Somerset pike, half mile from Stanford, nt $15 to insure a living Money colt. due when mnre is trndeil or parted with or bred elsewhere. 1-- Hs r &5W artCiSiVj c tili&iZsJ J. W. & H. C. BAUGHMAN Stnnford, Ky. ns Jordan Peacock 1148 SEASON OF 1912 J. C. BAILEY, CRAB ORCHARD. KENTUCKY. VOLTAIRE SS140 The Great Percheron Stallion VOLTAIRE, A HANDSOME PERCHERON STALLION, PERFECT WEIGHS ABOUT IS A BLOOD BAY AND IN CONFORMATION, THE DRAFT HORSES ARE GREATLY IN DEMAND 1900 POUNDS. 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. Southern Railway. Populnr excursion Mny 5th Sun-dn- y between Louisville, Lexington, Dnnville, Georgetown, Lawrenceburf; Hnrrddsburj;, bhelbjville nnd nnd intermediate stations in each direction. $1.50 between Lcxinpton, Dnnvilla Georgetown nnd Louisville for the round-tritickets limited to return Proportionntely on dnto of snle. low rates between intermediate stations. Consult nnv Southern Hailwny ngent or write II. C. King,, CTA, Lexington, Kv.. U. K. Todd, DPA, Louisville, Ky., J. C. Benm, Jr. AGFA St. Louis, Mo. Ver-snillcs p, TURNER. 1796. A chimpion how horse and an uncqualcd champion lire. Fiom him we have had such champiom at Edna ay, Colden Glow, Jack Straw, Queen o Pedigree Sirtd tiy Peacock 498 ih e ay. Slar Peainne, and many olheti pait and to come. By Rex cDonald Daisy 2nd, by by Blue Jeans 3, he by Phillip's Peat me 85. GRAND SIRE, Rex cDonald 833. The undisputed champion ihow hone and aire. Black Horse, he by Gen. Taylor 84. FIRST DAM, Lucy Wells 6404. bvPeavine 85. A gieat brood mare by the world'a Dam, Lena Rivera ly Cabell's Lexington; 2d dam, daughter of greatest brood mare sire, Peavine. His daughters have produced such champions as Lou Chief, The Louis Jordan, thoroughbred; 3d dam Cleopatra, a sure Frenchman, Edna ay, Etnhcua cChcrd, and doled of others. A mare by foundation, Peavine is daughter of Wagner. SECOND DAM, daughter of Harris Denmark. securing the services of this In THIRD DAM, daughter of John osely horse, I renlize be will produce what If you want to breed to a stallion whose produce commands the highest price, breed to AIIPea-vin- e the breeders of this county need: 4092. The for which I have sold Peavine colts are as an open book, ihey being sold' and finish. lie is not an un- for the high dollarprices at pubhc auction, along with the colts of other breeds of horses, and 1 have tried horse. I know be hn3 produced topped the market. moro high class horses from comBreeding saddle horses of the highest type is no longer mere guess work. "Like begets like." and it lakes champions to produce champions. Here you have them all in this pedigree. Rex mon mares than any stud in KencDonald, Kex Peavine and a double infusion of the champion brood mare sire, Peavine All tucky. He is the sire to breed walk-tr- ot Peavine will of championship blood. to his family horses, the kind that sell He Saddle Horsebreed true stake, and do inheritancethat he sired the only stud He is entered in the Futurity not forget coll that got any of will stand at a fee in reach of all, the money last ytar. I will personally care for mares sent me and use every precaution, $15 to insure a living colt. but will not be responsible for 1 will also stand accidents ox escapes. another nice stallion at a lower price, and three fine McKinney, Ky. R. S. SCUDDER. jacks. The Grey jack at $IOto insure living foal, and the two Black jacks at $3 lo insure living foal. SIRE, REX PEAVINE ALL PEAVINE 4092 stlo WELL DESERVED KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 DESCRIPTION. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN, AS HIS NAME IMHE BEPLIES IS AN ARISTOCRAT OF THE "BLUEST BLOOD." THE HORSES LONGS TO THE NOTED FAMILY OF PEAVINES, THAT HAVE MADE KENTUCKY FAMOUS. THE OWNER OF REX PEAVINE HAS RECENTLY REFUSED $10,000 FOR HIM, THE HIGHEST PRICE EVER OFFERED FOR A SADDLE HORSE IN KY. REX PEAVINEaTHE GRAND SIRE OF KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN IS THE SIRE OF EDNA MAE, JACK STRAW, GOLDEN GLOW, CHESTER PEAVINE, HAZEL DAWN, REXALL PRINCE AND OTHERS. THE PEAVINES ARE BEYOND DOUBT THE GREATEST HORSES IN KENTUCKY TODAY. 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 Peavlne 3184 by Rex Peavlne 1796 by Rex McDonald 833 by Rex Denmark 840; dam Flora Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58 by Black permission forfeits tho insurance. blnck with Turner te white points, cood stvle. larco feet, pounds. lie nnd bone, weiehs 1005 t n good nnd sure breeder. Mnres with colt fchould be returned when colts nr from 7 to 0 dnvs old. This inck is known bv manv ns the Hnmlin lack nnd ho will b for sale nt tho close of 6eason. Prospective buvers are invited to call nnd seo his colts nnd tho cenernl working of tho inck. 1 consider him one among thn best mules incks in Kentucky. B. B. MNti. Hcreland. Kv. TEXAS WONDER. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing grav el, cures diabetes, weak nnd lame backs, rheumatism, nnd nil irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men nnd women. Regulates blndder troubles in hildrcn. If not old by your druggist, will bo sent by mail on receipt of $1: One email bottlo is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky nnd other states. Dr. B. W. Hall, 2020 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by A Mv fine inck Turner will mnlcft the From Morelnud. nnent senson in hvine colt. Kv.. nt The Praise That ComesPeople. Thankful Stanford Mures $10 to insure ft parted with or trnded without mv One kidney remedy has known merit. Stanford people rely upon it. Thnt remedy is Doan's Kidney Eagle 74. Kentucky Gentleman belongs to a championship family and Will you will make no mistake In breeding your good mares to him. stand at $20 to Insure a living colt. Careful attention given mares, but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. will also stand the Jack formerly owned by Silas Anderson.. He Is Men who know said to be one of the best breeding jacks In the country. him well sav he has more hundred dollar mules to his credit than any $10 to Insure a living colt. ether Jack In the country. Will stand at I A Fine Jack STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FIRE INSURANCE mmd ia Stnnford Testimony proves it reliable. OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN. J. T. Spoonamore, Whitley, Ave. WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OVStanford, Ky., says: "Four years ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE. ngo I wns down with my hack and I could not stoop or lift. The kidA MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE UNLESS YOU. ney secretions were too frequent in CARE TO HAVE IT SO. passage and caused a great deal of OUR WORK IS UNSU RPASSED AND CONSIDERING annoyance. I tried a dozen differQUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. WE HAVE A URGE ent remedies, but did not get any benefit until I went to Shugnrs & STOCK TO SELECT FROM. Tanner's Dru Store nnd procured a supply of Donn's Kidney Pills. time I hnd taken two boxes, I wns cured. Kidney trouble has never bothered mo since. Other mem42 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky bers of my family have also uscf1 Doan's Kidney Pills and found them most satisfactory." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York sole ngents for the UnitIT fl i iuji, 1? AT?!!?!?. '" ijj.iui.... folnMll. Iinm.a. muuau mr yuur inrauy as a ice juui uuiuuu Mn,ln.H ed States. 'eaidence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations Itemember the name Doan's and at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service tnko no other. which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to TWO SHETLAND PONIES headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far. rate. vnii Enrique, a white and black stal-lio- u mm1 Line" - : . If '- - are not at nrMnt eninvinir o1ontinna - ! -:; wet IV of great beauty nnd style; foal- A.n iMmiullalalil wtuHk ;um fill. jmco vuvcr iu oiaie OII service, u luiuttuiawpi; ln(...Bt ..sit. vu llnAa j.vb.ah uio C . ilentUCJtT by L. C. Price's tho Major Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tLe Southern portion of Indiana ed 1009 and of Penmoken 0921, dam Lady Gray s B-t- he pais. t''V, MONUMENTS in R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. w 4 t l' to Wm. Adams & Son iii i RURAL TELEPHONES. Jj'b "'vuj J. NEVIN CARTER, SURETY BONDS C049. (INOOUrOBATIO1 .iLM.mnruun Jesse is known by everybody. Like the jack he has made his own reputation. M. S. IAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. rtWr4 ky Dr. I Dr. MUm I for UMtu. Lxtlv Taklrti V - r , ' j f JT V -- rrt J . THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. fiiE 1 Interior Journal BACKACHE Established 1172 M. ftf I HILTON SAUFLEY,...PublUhtr NOT A DISEASE But a Symptom, a Danger Stg nal Which Every Woman Should Heed. symptom of organic Backache Is weakness or derangement. If you have backache don't neglect It. To get permanent relief you mutt reach the root of the trouble. Read about Mr. Wood-all- 's expedience. Morton's Gap.Kcntucky. "I suffered two years with female disorders, my health was very bad and I had a continual backache which was Imply awful. I could not stand on my feet long enough to cook II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Bfeterad at the rvstottlce er aa seconS cIih mail. at 8Ub Underwear n POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The announcements in this column are of candidates for office, subject to the action of the democratic primary: For Conqress COL. J. P. CIIINN, OP MERCER. J. A. SULLIVAN, OF MADISON For Commonwealth's Attorney EMMETT PURYEAR, OF BOYLE. Y. S.BURCH. OF LINCOLN. For Sheriff. M. S. BAUGHMAN. B. W. UIVENS J. G. WEATI1ERFORD You may be attached to that underwear you have worn all winter, but OLD SOL says TAKE IT OFF. Replace it with a without a meal's victuals POROSKNIT or a !S my back -- & m0tmmmj For County Judae. T. A. RICE, M. P. NORTH, For Circuit Clerk J. D. WEAREN J. F. HOLDAM iff f&5g Clothing! Clothing! Prices lowest ever. Men's and Young Men's New Spring Suits in all colors and weights, $5 to $30. You w.ill be convinced if you stop and look. ' I For Jailer. PEYTON PARRISII, GEORGE DEBORDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM H. HESTER W. A. CARSON For Assessor P. L. BECK. S. M. OWENS, R. H. BRONAUGH P. C. SAND1DGE. For Magistrate to Lydla K.lMnkham Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mnss., for Your letter will be opened, rend nnd answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. nd-vic- If you lin.ro the slightest doubt that Lyriln. K. IMnkhnm's Vcgcta-bl- e Compound will help you, write e. tions I could hardly bear It I had sore ness in each side, could not tUnd tight clothing, and was irregular. I was completely run down. On advice I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and am enjoying good health. It is now more than two years and I have not had an ache or pain since. I do all my own work, washing and everything, and never have backache any more. I think your medicine is grand and I praise it to all myneighbors. If you think my testimony will help others you may publish iL" Mrs. Olue Woodall, Morton's Gap, Kentucky. MB nearly killing me, and I would have such dragging sensa- MUNSING Union Suit at H $1.00, $1.50 and $2 lengths-shi- the suit, with long or short sleeve, ankle or knee alone or drawers to match at 25 & 50c rt Negligee Shirts We can hardly tell you about them here; a whole column would not describe .them. Solid blue; All white; Neat hair line stripes; Stiff or soft attached cuffs; Soft collars to match. They will fit YOU; They are the NEW tkugs. J. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS, JOSEPH L. GOODE Friends of McCreary and Beckham. When it comes to makini; a choice Beckham and between MrCieaiy, n, their friends on one side and Whallen, Klnir, Cantnll and their satellites on the other, we do not believe Lincoln county democrats will be lone about choosinc. One of the biaterest. meanvst. nnd most undeserved fights ever made against a politician in Kentucky is now being waged against Gov. McCreary and his friends by the urnal crowd, in an effort to take away the control of the par-t- v organization from McCrcarv. Beckham and their friend. Every democrat in Lincoln who loves his paity nnd 'who believes that the men who carried Kentucky 30,000 democratic last fall and then fulfilled the party's pledges in the legislature should be endorsed for their good work, should make it a point to be on hand in Stanford Saturday, May 23, when the county convention will be held to select delegates to the state convention, where the battle Lincoln must" will be fought out. stand by McCreary and his friends. ground. The There is no half-wa- y good people of the democracy of the state arc heart and soul with him in his fi.'ht to keen the partv out of the clutches of the men who have betrayed it so often and who, vrhen they have not been able to rule, seek nothing but to ruin. Every friend of McC'Teary and of Beckham should come to the front in this hour of need. Wat-tersoCourier-Jo- See Us Before Buying Your Spring Goods Have nice Selection of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and sec our Stock and be convinced. The quality, like all our merchandise, talks for us. $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. Full Dress Shirts, in plaited or plain bosoms, $1.00 and $1.50. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. Helm Working (UPSHOT, IHBELin SI ooooooooooooo oooool SPRING SUITING My new Epring and summer samples are now ready for your inspection. They comprise the best on the market. I can suit anyone as to price who had his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made when quality and fit is considered. Come in and let me take your measure. for Constituents The House Committee on War Claims lef erred two bills by Representative Harvey Helm to the Court of Claims for report, as fol- H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky v lows: For the heirs of William and Margaret McClure, late of Pulaski county, John C. Gooch, administrator of stores, supplies, etc., appropriated during the Civil war. For C. W. Mnrtin, administrator of the estate of James Madison Martin, of Lincoln county, $2,000 compensation for rent and incidental damage to H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. real estate during the Civil War. j THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If you have had experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't Buy our real paints experiment. and save yourself disappointment nnd money as well. Stanford. Kv. J. A. ALLEN. Cultivators We have the Oliver and Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators, ready for this Season. Try One New Goods Long Kid Gloves, 16 buttons; in white, tan and black. All colors in long white gloves. Beautiful line of parasols, all colors and prices. The Highest Rufus Vansant. To Market Price will be paid for all kinds of Produce, W.EHiggins to keep your money In this strong safe, subject at all times to your chocks. The person of small means finds us as as attentive to his needs as does the man with larje Interests. An Important function of this bank Is to do what It can to aid Its depositors In their financial growth. It's a very simple matter to open an account here. Cotton corduroy, all colors. Striped batiste, Cotton voiles, Satin striped, Hosiery galore, Etc. the Democrats of Kentucky would bo guilty of base ingratitude to fail Rufus Vansant chairman to of the State Central Committee. ct a man up a tree it looks as it Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. House Cleaning Time Let us furnish you new matting and curtains There is faction in the party waging a merry war on Gov McCreary and the administration generally, and it is after Mr. Vnnsant'6 scalp. His splendid work during the late campaign when the Democrats were restored to power by an overwhelming majority surely deserves our enHe practically gave up dorsement. his private business and spent months planning the defeat o the Republicans. His time, his intelli- his Igence, his tact and skill and were unselfishly and unre servedly devoted to the party's He ought to be chosen chnirman without opposition. New Era. Hop-kinsvi- Hides and Furs, See us before you sell, get price in country or delivered. It Costs Nothing PHONE 153. H. B. Northcott T.K. TUDOR, MP. Tht Lincoln County National Bank Capital $100,000 SurpluB W. II. SHANKS, Pres. W. M. BRIGHT, Cash. Stanferd, Kentucky J. C. McClary Jtl-lX- Lt $100,100.00 Resources $500,000 J. H. PAXTON, V. Pres J. W. ROCHESTER, Ass't Cash Corner Next to Court House i. jjEfeSt!ifBF.ll In First State Bank, of Middlesboro. incin- Imt of the General Council nnd one Killed By Live Wire A. T. .Smith, president of the W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. J of the lending business men of the UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER mountain ity was instantly killed STANFORD KENTUCKY. in his ilruir store on Cumberland ave. Saturday, when he accidentally Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. last touched an uninsulated electric wire. His hands were terribly burned, and L& N. TITHE No.Il, Honth.lllMr. M. it was necessary to cut aff the Not , Houtb, 10:46 A M. M. power at the clectrio light company's No..Jorh,4iA. M. Ko.W, North, 6:4V r. his body could powerhouse before NO.J7, 10:WA. u, No.W,l;40r. M. be released. Mr. Smith was former-- . JOS. v8. RICK, Agent. Garrard. ly of mwrm THBLB First National Bank STANFORD, KY. Capital $50,000; Surplus $25,000 Small Accounts Salfcited and Racalvad. Tbey make up tbo larger amounts of our deposits. OUR SMALLEST DEPOSITORS RECEIVE AND COURTEOUS THE SAME CARE-FU- L ATTENTION AS THE LARGEST. 1 TsTf" nwwinaftpiiiif' TtJpT----V THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Lost. Parse containing impor tant papers. Ilcwnrd for return to 36-- 3. SHORT LOCAL NEWS BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE SOCIAL ROYAL and PERSONAL Show your patriotism "The American. Girl." by seeing this office. For grndunting prccnts Penny's ilcxnll Stoic. Mail order groceries, investigate go to nnd save money. John B, Hiiritins, 40-- 2 40-Stanford, Ky. Phone 74. NO TAXES on Your week Start the commencement right by seeing "The American Girl." Piano Bargain upright Knrtzmann piano, Pure canncl coal at Dcnham's walnut case, only $115. Addrcs at Stanford nnd Ilowland. The Fulton Muic Co., care Interior yard Price 14 cents per bushel. 38-38-- 5 Journal olUce. A fine 3. Insure with the leading com panies. Fislf & Bromley represent them.' All lines. Clothes And You Owe It To Yourself To Wear The Best. i Mins I.iccic Hcaxley hns returned after n nhort visit to her ihtcr, Mrs. 1, C. Sandiilgc nt Millcdgevillo. Mm. Henry Field, and Missed were Annie Wood nnd ItesMe Luc-ahin Dnnville Tuesday. The Current Event Club will meet Tborfidny, Mny 23 at 2 o'clock, with , Mr. Carroll Shniil. Mine Mnttie Hishon nnd Evn Moer, of Morelnnd were in town a while Wednesday. Mm. J. F. (locr is visiting friends and relatives in J.omNvilIe, Hliza-hcthto- and Kasliville. Mis Corinc McClur, of Ocean (spring, Miss., is tlic guet )f Mim Mnine llnmsey. Mr. Kllobcth Morgan, of near visiting her dnugh- Wnyneshurg, ter, Mr. J. M. Acton in Lancaster. Mr. Walter McKinney, Mrs. John McKinney, of Ml. Salem, were in town a while Thursday on business. Mr. C. U. Crawford, of Dnnville, was here, several days early in the week the guest of Mr. L. M. Suter. Messrs. Morrison Driglit nnd John M. Waters went to Richmond Friday to attend a bnll game. Miss John Evn Hilton spent sevin Lancaster last week eral day with her sister, Mrs. II. II. Kittson. Prof. J. W. Ireland nttended th onnvocnlion of Institute instructors at Frnnkfort Hondny and Tnesday. Misses Ella Dunn nnd Idn Kriss, of Dnnville, were the guests of Mrs. W. 11. O'Bnnnon Sunday. Mrs. Charles Keeton, has returned to her home at Williamsburg, after a shifft isit here. Mrs. K. J. Drown nnd Miss Snnn Fisher Woods leave this week ti wnke n visit to Mrs. G. C. Anderson at Mt. Sterling. Little Dorothy Susan Wlnnd has returned from a vi'it to her grandmother, Mrs. A. B. Elkin, in Louisville. Mr C. W. Adntn and Miss Jessie Powell nnd Mr. Thomas Newborn motored over from HuMonullc Tues-day. Miss Etln Clifford, of Yosemite, is here taking the examinations. Mr. James Mcrshon, of Lebanon Junction is here visiting her sister Mrs. A. D. Parson. Mies Agnes and Ida Wesley, of Liberty, were here Wednesday. Mrs. Jennie Schroder ,of Livingston stopped out between trains on her wuy home. She had btn visiting in Howling Green. Miss Clurn Cnsh is in Lnncanter, viitwg her cousiu, Mis Katherinc Harris, during the commencemeut exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Will Severance and their nephew Henth Secranee, mot-orover to Frankfort Wednesday to tic his brother, Mr. Joseph Severance and family. They were by Mr. nnd Mrs. JIujs Foster. ( .Mrs. W. P. Walton, of Louisville, was here Sunday to attend tho burial of her nephew, Jnmes Owslcv. Col. Walton was prevented from s. cominc bv a severo nttack of er ton-siliti- Mr. II. P. Hawkins, Uirec miles The bst en me of the senson will from town on the Danville pike, hns be tjlnved on flic Graded School joined the colony of Lincoln auto (.rounds tomorrow Sntnrdnv afterowners, having purhcased u handsome Overland enr of tho Intent noon. This will nrobahlv be the last enme of thn enson. St. Mnrvs Col-lemodel. vs Stanford Hich School. cc Mr. Enrl II. Colemnn, who Imi at a hospital in Louisville for several weeks for trntment to one of his eyes, returned home Snturdny night. His many friends will be glnd to know that only one of his eyes has been nffctced, and all hop thnt it will not be permanent. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mount nnd Mr. Will Henton, motored oter from Lancaster Thursday evening to meet Mrs. Nichols Rogers nnd little daughter, of Jncksonville, Fin. They will be the guests of Mrs. Mount. Mebsis. C. E. Tate, J. F. Cummins, II. H. Cviffey nnd Shclton Snuflej motored to Lexington and Frnnkfort Thursday, soliciting premium nnd oihiTti-vmenfor the Knights of 1' thins nir cntnlngup. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Metcnlf, of Dnnville. announce the engagement of their daughter, Mi-- s Frances Metcnlf, to Mr. Emmons Alger lioddn, of Lancaster, Pa. The wedding will tnke place June 12 at the country home, "Fnirtmvcn,'' near Dnnulle. Lloyd Hucy, of Corinth, is here Hig many friends will be glnd to his parents, the Rev. nnd lenrn thnt Mr. J. J. Thompson, pf Mrs. O. M. lluey. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E th Prenchersville 'section, is con- Claunch returned yesterday from a siderably improed. He has been visit to Hurnside where thev were the guests of Mrs. Pruitt. Somer quite ill for sexeral weeks. Miss Pearl Hampton has Telnroed Ect Times. Hon W. H. Shanks nnd J. A. Rob home nfter a short visit to her brother, Itiohnrd Hampton nnd wife, nt inson left Monday night for Coltinv bus, Gn., having been called there Lebanon Junction. Misses Itessip nnd Itnehel Hill were suddenly by the death of their part in Danillo Tndny, for n short ncr in the horse nnd mule lui.iiie They expect to' time' with their mint, Mrs. Jennie there, Mr. Winn. he gone about a week m the south. Wolfe. been ts Closing Out. In order to close out our stock of phonographs nnd records, at once, low prices on wo will make very same. Will sell on time to responsible parties. Call at the residence rm. of E. C. Garman, on Lognn nvenue rt nnd exnmine thtse goods. We nlso hnve in stock two attachments for plnying the records. J. F. 38-The Fulton Music Co., will have Hill nnd Co. an expert piano tuner in Stanford nbotit the middle of next week. Leave "Tlie Girl" under the orders nt I. J. office. 302 direction American Fcttro nnd Jackof Mis-eWatches, jewelry etc., for gradu- son, will be presented by the High School girls nt the op?rn house, ating presents nt Mueller's. Monday, May 20th nt 8 P. M., AdFor Sale or Rent: Two story 8 mission 15, 25 nnd 35 cents. This room residence, good garden, barn will be one of the most attractive etc. Immediate possession," Hughes features of the commencement nnd you cannot afford to miss it. and McCarty. tw ,rmi - M. M.t 14 tltf tf U lU III U UP uriMi I' i ii.ibffti.tfb lor rnftv IhIi r (mirruf lrl tl a lurml ayuf il rtfi irfl ty rofAUntir M itj 'TMTit'.'d mmi miN4iH. ronOurrrl it lrrrkt i furt ailli Krl min.'ii. vt-- nr dm tmr.ru ru..t. m tt rcsnnstil f m. fttid UfTtlnrt ,.iulrpM ronftltutKf.ftl UtslnifDt ii raUrrb CMrt. mwiufftrturrd I, I' I CUfirr I m TWio. Ohlih IP Itw mlf Cnnxilullolitl mtf oa l mtrkrt It H Uk.4 lntmftllr In 4um tmro 16 It ft dlrrttlT on th bxwl lnl lo Urfl nium.u Mtttn of the Thrr onrf aw It una to cvre. Htrf urtdrnl dftljir fur fttijr or riMtiiftrs ftttil irfitTKnuk. Arlilrro t J rilENItr 4 CO. Toledo. OtlO. Ha hr Orurtxu. ' ! llftii Iftiaur I1IU tor oonftluUoo. &W M Trirrt h. IHhff .i iiiltl'ituir irr mi We carry a full line of them in All-Wo- ol - Suits from j $12 50 to $30 Blue, Grey and BroWn are popular colors, and we have stdeked-u- p on a full line of them for your inspection. They fit you, they wear you, and cost you less 1 2. i s N X In obedience to nn ordinance of Southern Railway. the Citv Council of Stanford. Kv.. I Account Spring Meeting New Louis-vill- o will on'the 22d day of Mny, 1912, in 1012. Jockey Club. Mny front of the court house door in Ilednctcd rates from all stations in Kv.. at Kentucky. Spccinl reduction for Stanford. for sale about 1 o'clock P. at public outcry a offer Derby Day, May 11th. For full in- M.f fronclnse to operate a water nnd formation call on any acent, Southern railway. J. C. BEAM Jit. A. G. light plant in Stanford, Ky. No bid for less thnn $50 will be accepted. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. Any one desiring to see a copy of Brighten up your old buggy. All the franchise, will call on me. L. l(. 38-- 4 kinds of painting nnd repairing HUGHES, City Clerk. nently done nt the met reasonable prices. W. J. Ilomans, Lancaster. As administrator of the estate of )he lntc J. A. Ellis, I will sell nt his County teachers' examinations, former place of business, nenr Elhs-burwhite 3d Friday and Saturday in Cnsey county, Ky., on ThursMay, June, July nnd August. Coun- day, Juno C, 1912 seven show cnse ty tencher-i- ' exnminntion, colored 4th including one counter show case, six Friday and Snturdny in Mny, June feet long, also four sets of scales, nnd August. Gnrlnnd Singleton including one computing scnles, good Sujrerintendent ns new, two sixty gnllon oil tnnks, tnnk; one iron one a Don't fnil to see the "American new, and other snfe, practically Girl, n musicnl comedy in two nets, things too numerous to mention. J. nt opera house, Monday, May 20th. C. BnTker, Admr. Hustonville, t. 11-2- 8, g, 38-3- Louisville and Return Via than ever. (CUMMINS fc WEAREN Stanford, Kentucky REMEMBER THE FORD Popular Priced Carpets a, JapSee our line of anese, Fiber and Linen Mattings and Ingrain and Woolen Druggets. We can show nice patterns and low prices Mattings-Chin- r ii The McKinney Hand will furnish John M. Stone bought the house and lot of F. Eiehcnberger which wu& told at auction here Monday, the irriee being $1,700. It is located on Miller street, and is o nice little home. The lots sold by Hughes wero bought by J. W. WilWanted. 50 men nnd boys to liams, Frank Spoonnmoro and Mr. stnp blue grns seed, strippers fur- Hughes. nished nt $2.50 each. Payment taken in seed. W. S. Fish and W. T. Tevis IJaj borne, of Silvery Creek, t. Alexander, Stanford. Ky. and Sam Adams, of Paint Lick, Madcounty, wero here court day Spccinl sen ices nt tho Chirstinn ison trading, and mixing with friends. church nt Morelnnd Sunday. Sub Helm men ject for the morning nt 11 o'clock. Both am btroug ilurve not be surnnd bay that they will "The Uncrowned Queen, her Throne Lincoln county Subjects nnd Wages" Subject for prised to sec the congressman curry Madison over evening nt 7:30 "God's Command Judge Sullivan. x thnt we go forward." 40-3- the music nt Elixir Srrings upening Snturdny Mny 2o. The band boys hne their new uniforms nnd nre niieii for nil engagements. The band wall pivc n concert nnd strawberry ice crenm supper on II. II. MetcnlFs Inwn, Snturdny niuht Mny 25. Everybody coidinlly invited nt both concerts. E. D. Pennington, County Sur General Farm Surveying. veyor. Phone 172, Stanford, Ky. L. L. SANDERS Crab Orchard, - - - Kentucky l mmnm fl 4 $&& "il VgSt II j0l JJi iii V JVX" """X !!o nil W I f Jy 1 thirst 7j couldn'tthat satisfy. There never was Coca-Col- a a v oes straight as an row to tne 'ry sp0t nt bcsdes this, ar- - Ml iXWW.uvnt n' .itiittt777i,'v7 177 satisfies to a T the call for WBGSlrA VVfennrr fwl H9 tft Airow iklik olCvca-CoU- something purely delicious an,d deliciously pure and wholesome. Delicious Refreshing Thirst-Quenchin- mmBvr) . g Demand (he Genuine as made by COCA-COLA Krr W" nvJ iavil THE CO., Atlanta, oa. w H & YQ Our new booklet, telling of Coca-Col- a vindication at Chattanooga, for the II. A. Waggoner, Alvon, W. Va., says that Foley's Houey uud Tur Compound is tho best medicino for coughs and colds ho has ever known. he says: "Every man nnd woman tells me it is tho bust they nave ever used nnd whoever hns used it always comes back for it once, There, uro no opiates in again." Snccinl attention is called to nhe Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound Sundnv school rallv nt the Christian and it is safest for children. Shu-gannd Tanner. Sunday May 10. Come nnd help us make it tho largest tro have ever Get n nico box of Nunnollcy's had. Preaching nt 10:45 A. M., fresh candy, for a graduating pres J). M. Wnlker minister. ent. G. L, Penny's Jlcxall Store. llegulnr preaching service nt Hub Elixir Springs, just south of Mcble Chnstinn church Sunday afterKinney wll have its formal opening noon nt 2:30. on Saturday, May 25th. Manager II. M. Ilouchin will have a band on Southern Railway. Populnr excursion, Sunday, Mny hand all day, and there will bo plen2(ith, between Louisville, Lexington, ty of good tilings to oat und drink. Georgetown, Shelbyville All nro invited to como and drink of Dnnville, and Ver&nillcs nndintermediate sta- the health giving water. tions in each direction. $1.00 between Lexington, Danville, Georgetown nnd Louisville for tho round trip, ticket limited 'to return Proportionntely on dnto of sale. low rates between intermediate stapeople are ck people. - They tions. Consult any Southern Rail Ufk vitality ud resutWe power. way agent or write II. C. King, CTA Lexington, Ky., B. II. Todd, DPA Louisville, Ky., J. C. Beam, Jr., Wkp new life to web people AGPA, St. Louis, Mo. it give, vigor and vitality to Two nice young Shorthorn bulls mmi and body. All DraggUit. 9 for sale. It. C. Nunnelley, Morelnnd bcuit&Downr BloomneM. M. J 39-2It. F. D. No. 1. Services nt the Prebyterian church Sunday Mny 10, 9.30 A. M. Bible School, 11 A. M. Morning ser vice. Subjcct'Wben Religion Becomes n Spent Force," 2 P. M., Presbyterian Brotherhood. No evening service. rs -- jmtmm all your valuables in our safety deposit vaults. I 1 Prepare for them today by putting Absolute safety against fire, thieves or any other calamity. Access to our vaults at a ny time. Safety boxes free to our customers. Come in and let us show you around. STATE BANK & TRUST CO.r w. Scott's Emulsion 12-- G. L. PENNY, V. Pres. M. B. SALIN, Cashier. l Stanford, Ky. Deposit $69,897.81. Capital $50,000. Surplus $4,181.43 J. 0. EADS, Mccarty, Pres. J. S. RICE, V. Pres. !o S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, p. Wl"l "IteJjunyii !a?g."?'"L,l11 mmmJm TMirani 1r n ''?$wf'y&??y ,fiiPWs(p5' NAL. STANFORD KENTUCKY. MAN '"& ? n ?:' 74je J :M' -- s THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR SPECIAL EXCURSION PROMINENT PINEVILLE CONVICTED men saying thnt there won't bo any CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, may id OF ARSON John L. Savior Found Guilty of Defrauding Insurance Companies And Sentenced to Pen (Lexington Leader) try to make others think thut they do not believe in "luck," the story of tho Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co.'s first prosecution of a person who burned property to get insurance on it will be a hard blow. John L. Snylor, of Pincvillc, Ivy., formerly county clerk of Bell county of which Pineville is the county seat, and a man who is reputed to bo worth more than $50,000, was convicted of arson last Saturday night at 10 o'clock by n jury at 1'iuevillc and his punishment fixed at one to five years in the penitenTo those who thing raised this year. forgetting tlmt thn Lord snid. as lone as the earth remnincst. there will be seed time nnd harvest. We make mention of this for the benefit of frlioso farmers that seemingly arc so UNCLE 1.50 Round Trip $.50 Round Trln HARVE" FLOYD Passes Away Near Waynesburg Full of Years and Honors On Inst Sunday morning as the SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. white, clear and Burn Bteadr to the Irut drop. For the take of everyone In the family, Insist on having Solite Lamp Oil OdorBooties Emokeleta less Coits no more than in- tnK-TvKxinai. lerior Save eyes; aavci money, l'our dealer hag it in fcarrel. direct from our worn LOUISVILLE, KY. Anto OIL Motor OMoUna, Ztofinrry t Wanea, Pa. Uls on - CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO.. ltttfntmtB aSJtfiiSii itai S aiBS "lKELj!SBE. I Garrard Chief 1835. Sired by Chester Dare 10, by Black Squirrel 58 by Black Eagle 74. 1st dam by Silver Time 225; by Silver King; 2nd dam by Silver King; 3rd dam by On Time, blood bay, 15 4 hands, said by good judges to be one of the finest stallions living. I Confidently assert ne has as much natural style as any living horse. He is more like his great sire Chester Dare 10, than any colt Chester Dare ever got. Garrard Chief won the championship of the South West at Dallas State Fair in 1908, 1909 and 1910 and also at Ft. Worth Horse Show in 1910 and during that time his colts won more than any other herd shown in saddle classes and Garrard Belle by Garrard Chief was shown last year at three years old 14 times and won 13 ribbons. He will make the season of 1912 at W. H. Murphy's stable four miles from Stanford on Hustonville pike at $25.00 to insure a living colt. Mares grazed at $2.50 per month. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. 3-- J. H. MURPHY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. "'" " DOCK GREY According to information secura woman were indicted nt Pineville for securing double payment of insurance on n small dwelling owned by the woman by burning it after they hnd taken out double policies on it, stating to each company thot there was no other insurance on the building Thus they secured $1,'J00 of insur ance on n dwelling worth about $300 Half the insurance was with the Henry Clay Co. hero and the other half with the National Union Insurance Company's Ashland uffice. Shortly after they secured this insurance the building burned, nbout the first of October, 1911. Saylor and the woman compromized with the National Union Co. and got $jSj insurance cash. Two months later Saylor, who was the Henry Clay Company's Pineville age tit, notified Hint had that company of the An occurred two months before. adjuster un immediately sent to was comPhieville and the lo promised on nbout 500. Adjuster John L. Sownrds of the Henry Clay Co.. reported that there was somebut thing "crooked" about the that he could not prove it, so there was nothing for the company to do but pay. Several weeks Inter Adjuster So e, Hopkins wards was in county, in the wetern pnrt of Kentucky. There was several inches of snow on the ground and during the evening he was sitting about the ho tel lobby. Wnle there he met n man who proved to be Adjuster II. . Haskell of the National Lnion Insurance Company. They began swapping hard luck stories and finally Sowards told Haskell of the Snylor case in Pineville, saying although he believed the case to be one of fraud he could not prove it and hnd been forced to ndvio the They company to pay the compared notes for a few minutes described Snylor and the woman to each other and the mystery wns stnrted on its road to solution. quickly notified the Sowards Ilenrv Clay Company here, and De puty Fire Marshall Jordan Peel of Nicholasville was hurried to the scene. The rest was quick work, for within ten days Peel had worked the case up, had Saylor indicted and secured a conviction and penitentiary sentence. Manager Clnnde F. Snyder, of the Henry Clay Co.. complimented Mr. Peel very highly for this exceptionally good work and declared that ths value of the victory fn not so much in that it will enable the Henry Clay Co., to recover its $300 insurance money secured by Saylor through the fraud, but thnt it will warn other "fire bugs" in nil parts of the State that the fire marshal's office is now Teally prosecuting offenders, as more indictments and convictions have been secured, he said within the last four months than during nil the other eight years in the office has been in ed here, Saylor and l- tiary. Io, Mndi-unvill- Jo. gentle sun was casting her rays upon nether earth, the chariot of the Lord bore away the spirit of our dear uncle, Hurvcy Floyd, to a new nnd better life, leaving only its earthly temple with us to await the trumpet sound to come forth. He Creek near wns bom on Fishing Waynesburg, July 'JO, 1827, of a staunch, responsible. Christian parentage, Dnivid and Nnncy Floyd nnd ir reared under such influence, nrmcinles admired nnd hon ored by nil, which he maintained through life, and prepared mm lor a good law abiding citizen, kind ac ami loving, commodating ncmlibor, Ho wns married tender husband. April 17, 1S00 to Father Ann Elliott, who survives him. Uncle Hnrve, as he was familiarly called, was genial, courteous nnd the old type of hocpitnh-ty- , friends were welcome, strangers were taken in, the hungry fed, nnd his heart, hands nnd doors weie always open to relieve affliction. lie has had foiling health for several years and has been in a helpless condition for two jenrs, but he was patient, enduring, nnd submissive during his affliction, though he longed to live with his dear wife in her affliction, and his loved ones for whom he has struggled, yet he gave evidence thnt as his life was ended he had anchored his soul in the "Heaven of Ilest." He united with the Baptist church at Old Double Spring, as it is now called, about 40 years ago and ihrottsh his long life, he served his church nnd his God with a devotion thnt made his life n positive force for righteousness. His mind was a storehouse of interesting incidents of pioneer days; and his remarkable memory ennbled him to call these incidents with ene nnd to tell in nn interesting woy of the trumpets of the gospel in the enrly day. He loved the house of Qod, and wns to be found nt his altar in worship, until tendered by his physical weakness. In a brief sketch I will give a few interesting things on his home life. He wns bom and died in the same room of the house which he wns raised. He never bought any bnctm, soap, brooms, and wus newr out of milk nnd butter of his own. He hns been n member of the Masonic lodge for C3 years. His home is ono of the most picturesque plnces in this section of the county, because it has the same rustic things as it hnd in the pioneer days and hns in it some relics, which nre unknown in style to a great many people of this day. He was indeed ono of the brightest jewels of God and most remarkable men of earth, ever reflecting the lustre of the divine glory through his life illuminating character. The funeral was held at the Waynesburg Baptist church, Monday May 0, 1012 by his pastor, Ilev. Pike, after which his body was quietly laid to rest in the Old Double Springs cemetery, to await the coming of his Lord nnd King. May the God of infinite grace bind up our broken hearts in the limo of our trouble and bereavement. inctil-cntini-fnctorj Burled deep In our American forest ne find Hoodroot, queen root, matt, thf.e dnke nd stone root, fjolden seal, Oregon rperoot .nd cherryb.rk. Olknown Dr. for R, V. Pierce m.de a pure lycerV eitratt which hit beeof.vor.hlr over forty year.. He e.lled it "(Solder. Medie.l Di.covery.M the ent re up the Thli ' Discovery" purifie. the Hood nd tone, builder itom.cn .nd require .nd tonic you Titcra In Nature' own w.y. It'. just the tissue pneumonia. No matter how slron the when recovering from h.rd cold, frlp.or constitution tho ttomeoh It .pt to he ' out ol kilter" at ilme.f In consequence, the blood It disordered, for the ttom.ch is the Ubor.tory for the conit.nl of Hood. Dr. fierce'. Golden Medici Discovery strengthens the stomach-puti it In shape to m.ke pure.ncn riooa pcipi mo iircr sw kidney to tipel tho poisons from the body. The week, nervfir BW debilitated condition which to many people ous, eiperlence at thl. lima ot the year I. usually tho effect ol poisons in the.a blood) it It often indicated by pimple. or boi a i,Infnil fjtatl hill." . at .! rm iinnMrtnf nn i if ikin. ine ic nctuiuci nun intTrrlng with an awful "Mora than a wrrk .(to I wi awl kV rold In my head, throat, breatl, Hv7: C. V .Iamm O. KnxT.of 710 L. Street, H. R, "tMmo culled It T.a Orlptw, some pneumonia. I way artvlwil "."LV'w.'7! a friend to try a ttt!o of your '(loWon. LstwVyf&S br I tottlo nnd It did mo to much info tirlnir It I tlio Kreiitot and Ut raedlclno that I yJBMjT much letter than Itwaj Mora ever too" Ay health and la n.tne your mtilclno. It dou all you claim menu-f.cture run-dow- Natures Way Is The Best. t. ... Wf JK XfyK lWln y o. J. JCt tLn'ii Kikt. Eki. aatlniactory." ITCHING, FIERY, RAW ECZEMA. nn-ff- ry FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Strnwbcrry plants, Ornpo Vines, Rhubarb, Re"?, Pnne, nnd Phlox. Everything for Orchnnl nnd Lawn, Garden. Freo Catalogne. No Agents. H. F. Hillenmeyerot Sons, Lexington, Ky. Zcmo soothes, cools nnd heals skin and quickly cures cc:cms and every form of skin disensc. Zcmo is a clean liquid wash that sinks right in. Quickly nllnys nil pnin, nil itch, all distress. Zemo docs tho work in n wnv Ihnt i imp-l- y astonishing nnd your drugpt will refund the purchase price if the first bottle does not give you entire Try one bottle nt our satisfaction. risk. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Iflisc Medicine Co., nnd is sold uy the Penny Drug Store. Aprags: I can make your old straw hats look like new. Also clean and preflH your clothes nicely. Give me n tiinl. ilurrv Droaddus, next door to i Trib-bl- e. nrm mrTTFD .s . HAD KRLSO DID YOU EVER TRY IT ON YOUR A DINN 4 1 V tw r r WW m 'V ff m M TCTiaL v VfJ Jtk m rf trJtLWfc sz2Jm ;m mmr WO . litt vi JitMM. STOCK? Nothing like It to put them In cood condition, free them from Insect parasite, and protect them from contagious dit r ZitAm ?,. rj wjm. c.tet. Kreso Dip No. KILLS LICE, TICKS, MITES AND FLEAS.' I Cutis Martfti Scab, Rlngwtrm and Other , Skin DJsaasas. Disinfects, Cleanses and Purifies. rod a &F 'smut JSlXtdtm. mmmmmmmmm tir Use it on Hortct, Cattle, Sdeep, Swine, Dots, Goat, and Poultry, it by Fen iir'sDrngtS tore-TIi- c au on white ton Kex alLS tore on met booklct till ksiio dip no. t. W iSMMiiiiCtfjiareattWawiycrKXNVA lam ev4R fl , IU ,w.imXitiBW laHHTlL I LHHIH faHHv Another tie i3 broken, In this world of sorrow and sin To the summons "come up higher," He peacefully entered in. Into the portals of glory, Away from all worthy stnfe Forever he'll dwell in heaven. And be fdled with the joys of life. years have More than . four-scor- e vanished, Since he came to earth to dwell So help us "our Father' jun't to say: Thy will be done farewell. Loving Nephew, WALTER MOSER. i 0 i . i, h Shetland pony. 38 Inches tall; owned by Hugh Held Foster will make the season of 1912 at $10 to Insure a living colt.. He is by an ImDavis Store ported pony that cost $1,000 ki the Shetland Islands and Is regarded by Mis. Fred Brumsweig, of Louishorsemen as the best pony In Kentucky iit sating 2!! comers In the how Mares ville, is visiting friends and ring of 1903.. Lien retained on all colts until season Is paid. in this section. parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits insurance and money becomes due Mrs. S. J. Pollard is on the sick Will make the season at my farm. ilst, but is bomewhnt improved at JOHN B. FOSTER, Stanford, Kentucky. this writing. Mrs. Mose Pitman, who has had a TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS severe attack of malarial fever is COURSES: Preparatory, State Certificate, able to sit up again. County Certificate Review. Life Diploma, Frank Chandler had an attack ol Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, vertigo Inst week and fell out of the Summer Term Open June 17 barn loft nnd bruised himself con Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistio Catalogue Free. Addresi siderably, but luckily did not re: : : : Richmond. Kentucky ceive any serious injury. : : J. G. CRABBEvPresldent. The hardest rain of the season fell at this place Saturday and much HENRY L CASEY, D. V. S. CONCRETING damage was done by washing plowed Innd and baking it. Veterinarian. We are in positiou to do all kinds Miss Margaret Coleman, of Cinof concreting, such as Block Work, Former Director Animal Industry cinnati, is visiting her relatives in Pavements, and in fact, we can make this section. ExVeter- Phillipioe Islands. Miss Dotta Manuel and brother anything from a house down to a inarian U. S. Army Ivan, who have had a severe siege fence poBt. Call and get ou prices of measles is able to be out again, befclre yon buy your material at Office Logan's Stable, Phone 432, We arc hearing' the same old story Agent American Hog Cholera Serum. this spring, that we have beard evleast ery since we can recollect. We hear Danville, Ky. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. CARROLL PRESTON. AtQO touo -- J m K State Normal J. W. Jordan, n well known' dentist of Hopkinsvillo, Ky., recently had an operation for his kidnev trouble, but he says: "The first real relief I got was nfter taking Foley They eased the terKidney Pills, A horse that is distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the show ring. There were few better rings of colts seen in a ring this year than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky., by Carroll by CromPreston. He is by Preston 022, by Washington well 73, by Washington Denmark 61; 1st dam Baby Pence 7019, by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam by Almont Forrest. Fee $20.00 to insure. Carroll Preston is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Ky. Also in service HIGH CLOUD 3334, by Highland Gay 1149, by Highland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy Lambert 3360, by Red Cloud 2197. Fee $20.00. High Cloud is a dark bay horse with white markings. Stands 10 hands high and is full made. Has not had much handling but showsjots of action and speed. Both will stand at Nunnelley's stable rible pain in my back and accomplished more good than anything I I gladly recommend hnd tried. them." Shugnrs and Tanner. -- I. tit 'PheM M tit tit STANFORD, KENTUCKY I D. CARTE- R,Livery, Depot Street, New til tit tit W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Kentucky. lag ,: Vflj"v - V" f!c T if, THE STANFORD Lancaster. Dr. H. M. Jefferson, of Trnnsyl-vnui- h University, preached the baccalaureate seimon Sunday morning to the graduates of the Lancaster high school. Mother's Day was observed by the local organization, the W. V. T. U. while muiio were kccmi to follow the beautiful custom originating with Mm Anna Jnrvis wearing a whito flower Sundny, The $12,000 water works bonds were sold in this city to Messrs. Iloefler and Cumtnitis, of Toledo, 0., for par plus the sum of $22,fi0 for the entire issue. The bonds nro $100 in deiiomluntion, 5 per cent. ,! !.. II... .'il in ttiiiKi'i tl.J.. uiiaiuei i lie I iiicu of the I, D. C. met Monday nftcr-- I ii. miii nt the home of Mm, 1). I'. Hudson. Examinations for the pupils of the a. .taMJLCHI, a I Lancaster high school wctu held ut EBB the college the past week. Little Miss Martha Wurd Sweeney PUBLIC SALE. entertained u number of her young OF REAL KSTATB AND PFIRSOS'-A- L friends at u biillnluj party cr. Frx ilny nt her home on Lexington PROPERTY. ulieet. Saturday, May 18, 1912, Mis Humiltoti Field secretary of My farm of 76 acres, just outside tile (.lmutauiuu will be iu Lancaster the city limits of Crab Orchard, Kv May 25 und delru-- r one of her interhouse esting leetures. She wus heru souie- This farm bus a good I In Rood as f in0 thing oer two jcurs ago und dennd white sulphur water as there is in I lighted her hearers. .Mrs. T. 11. Walker nud sons, of (he state. Also at the euuie time and place, Xicholntville, uro with Lancaster fiietids. Misses Murguret Millwurd, vill sell nuother farm, containing 1GG of Lexington and Klirabcth Lines, of , acre-- located about five iniks south Miss 'Nieholusville, are guests of Crab Orchard, Kv.. and known as Fannio Tinder. Mrs. J. I).of Collier the Atchison farm. This farm hus house, a Rood apple orch- has returned from u visit to her a ard and a Rood many fine oenru nous, Milliiiui nt Bell, Jellico, Ky., trees; also a good deal of fine wniie nnd Charles nt Fork Ridge, Tcnn. oak and some poplar timber. 'Mis. Kuisell Denton is in Stanford The personal property consists of waiting her daughter, Mr. V. S. one good milk cow gning four gal-Io- n Fish. Mi-- s Anna Miller is enjoying of milk a da v. One J ii visit to her chjekcus; Went Virginia. sisters in Charleston, heifer coif; eventy-fi- e Mr. und Mrs. 11. II. 1 new riding nlow, some old style furniture; I cooking stove, 2 hentinp Hull, i f Winchester, were called to toe-- chairs extension table, dishes Lancaster by the death of the little feather beds und pillows, and many son of Mr. nnd Mrs. I'urLcr Gregory other things too numerous to men-tio- Mri. Emiiin ltuli und little grand ilaiighter, of Riehinond, nro with Rev Terms of Sale. On the real es- nnd Mrs. 0. 1. Hush. Miss John cash nnd balance, in l'.n Hilton, of Stanford, is the gne?t tate, one-hathree equal pnjinenU on one, two of her sister, Mrs. R. II. Hatoii. rnd three venrs time, secured by lien notes. On eroiinl property sale, CAUGHT A HAWK. cash in hand. Sale to commence nt 0 o'clock A. M Saturday, .May IS, C. H. Adams. J. 1. Chandler, Dan Traylor Slips Up on "Sky PirAuct. Owner ate" While Killing a Crow. INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. -- FAMOUS DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION. tN HP IWJCATau m "r if i&PYSPEPSlffi sPFdiiNA ' Traylor, one of the proprietors of Trnjlor's distillery ami ono of the best known young fanners of Lincoln county. Mr. Truylor performed an unusual fertt at his farm on Dix river lust week, which is causing such comment. Ho slipped up ou a largo chicken hnwk while it was trying to kill n orow which it had caught, and took the hawk enptive without o much as ruffling n feather. Mr. Traylor wns starting ncross a field Tnthcr curly iu tho dny, where a number of crows had been feeding. Suddenly hu wnr n very large chicken hawk stoop from the skies nmong the crows nnd seize ono und grapple with it ou the ground with its taloni. The crow seined to be putting up n fight, und kept the hnwk's attention pietty well to (he business it hud cut out, so, that .Mr. Traylor wnH ennbl-e- d to come up und catch the hawk before it wns nwme thnt he was near. The crow, which the hawk had not had time to kill, made its Mr. Trnilor says that he could hnvo 'ns ensily cnught it, too, if he had thought of it, nnd he is sorry thnt he did not. The hawk was almost as Inrge in body ns a hen, with a spreud of wings from tip to tip over two feet. Mr. Truylor had it killed and presented it to Col. Cnl Facklcr, the icveniie man, who carried it to Danville to lme it stuffed nnd mounted. $35,000,000 In More Pensions Want Long Hair? And you would Ukc long hair? Rich, heavy hair? Beautiful, luxuriant hair? That is perfectly natural, and wc are here to help you. Aycr's Hair Vigor is a great aid to nature in producing just the kind of hair you desire. Do not be afraid to use it. No danger of its coloring your hair. The ingredients are all given on each label, thus enabling your doctor to wisely advise you concerning its use. Consult him freely. He knows. M.d. bT lb People's Stock Remedy Guaranteed lo keep jour Stock In a healthier and better condition. O O O O 3 c 1 &&&&$&$ & POULTRY COLUMN Reliable Breeders of Pure Bred Poultry Card of Five 1 $ Line $ a si o a c q q q & wF7! Vr mmVM it ir f' :M(j. People's Poultry Remedy-Guaranteethe BEST Egg Producer and Disease Preventable. Eiery pack- age of the abore Remedies sold on a Personal Guarantee, backed bj iillaP ' jffVsttlnsttifflHHHKsC' " George H. Farris Stanford, Ky. t. O. ATM CO.. L.w.11. Km. A WORTHY TRIBUTE Bolibitt Almont Dare A. S. II. R. 3328 Shred by Dignity Dare 1992, he by Chester Dare 10, he by Black Squirrel 03, ho by King William 97. 1st dam Toxaway 4033, also registered in Vol. 10, A. S. II. R. She by Abdallah Mambrino 3715, he by Almont 33, 2nd dam Lady Davis by Crit Davis, by Baurbon Chief; 3rd dam Muttie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Glenco; 4th dam Bcttie C. by Cunningham's Copperbottom. Note. Almont Dare is a show horse under saddle, in harness and by halter. A breeder second to none his colts from grade mares bringing from $300 at weanlings to $500 and $1,000 at 3 to 4 years; $G00 was offered for his dam at 2 years old and $100 for his 2nd dam when fyorses were cheap. His 3rd dam could Tack as fast as a good horse could run under whip nnd spur. He is a pretty bay 10 hands and weighs around 1200 pounds. Goes G distinct gaits all good and fast. One full brother sold tor $3,600 and another reported sold for $1,500 and on0 sister, Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. Pretty good breeding don't you think? Season 1912 nt my stable 2 2 miles from Hustonville on Liberty pike at $15 to insure live colt. Money due when colt is foaled, mare parted with or bred elsewhere. Grass nt $2 per month nnd nil stock will have my personal attention but will not be responsible for nccidents. Correspondence and inspection invited, S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. 1-- Pays Tribute To The Late Squire John Bailey. S. C. Crystal White Leghorns From d bens with re cords of over 200 cess a Venr. The ertraiu that lavs is the strain that avs. E?tri from No. 1 pens $2.50 ner 15 emrs. other Dens $1.50 oer 15 $7.00 nor 100. Get in the lavinir vaia. A. OrJsr isdav. Lock Bor 500. C. Alford. Stanford. Kv. Aircnt for Tulatie incubators guarnot to overheat. Call at anteed ' hous and see sample. tran-neste- , j n. lf MO-F- 3912. DOCK. who has nn eye "like n hawk'' i generally Mipposcd to be mighty keen sighted. That's what his friends are saving about Dan A man I will stand ray fine Shetland stallion Dock for the season of 1012 at the fatui of S. J. Kmhry on the Lancaster pike, at $10 to insuro aliving GREATEST MEDICINE President Tnft has signed the new pctiMtiii law which carries nn in t'reasc of 33,000,000 for pensjciim during the first year or its operation During the first three yenrs the in- -, creased payments to veteran will average $22,000,000. Ah finally agreed to the hill provide increased pensions for 420,005 veteran. Kv-cveteran serving ninety days or more iu the naviil or militirry servico during the Civil War, who has been honorably disehnrged nnd who is owr (J2 jenrs old, is enred for by the new law. For wteinns (52 jenrs nndovcr the rate provided in the law," for ninety dn.s' service i $13 a month, and ii range to .fin n month up to three yenrs of service; for (iO'jcnrs old and over the rate is l."i a mouth for ninety days nnd range up to .?!!) for three years; for 70 j cars old nnd over, the rate for ninety days is f.18 n month for tlnee jenrs; nt 75 yenrs old nnd over, the rale for ninety days' e is $21, and ranges up' to $.'(0 lor iiiree years. ry ser-w'c- ON EARTH WASHINGTON JEWEL colt. is one of the finest bred Shetland ever brought to Kentucky. He is sired by Imp. Blue Lye; 1st lam by Imp. Bobbin II; 2d dnm Imp. ICanon bv Imp. Dobbin III. He a beautiful black and white splendidly marked and an aristocrat nil over. Just 40 inches high anil the sweetest little horse you ever Dock aw. S. J. Embry. Jr., Stanford, Ky. MASONS' MEETING prominent cltlien of Evansvllle. wrltes:"l was ill for flvo months with a pulmonary troublo. and bad the best of doctors I had hemorrhages and was In a very bad way. Through the advlco of a friend I tried Vlnol, and I feel that It saved my life. It Is all )ou recommend It to be. I bellero It Is the greatest medlclno on earth. I havo advised others to try Vlnol, and they havo bad tho samo (Nnmo furnished on reresults." A Ind, Lincoln Lodgo No. CO, F. & A. M., meets in stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month, nt 7 o'clock iu their ball ou Main street, Stanford, Ky.. Members of sister lodges fraternally invited to be present. IL C. Carpenter, Secretary. quest.) Wo want every one In this vicinity who Is troubled with chronic colds, coughs, or pulmonary troubles, to come and get a bottle of Vlnol. If It docs not go to tho seat of trouble, heal the Inflammation nnd stop tho cough, wo will cheerfully return every cent paid us for It, This shows our faith, nnd proves thnt you tnko no chances. G L. Penny, otanford. Ky. Pedigree Sired bv Chester Jewel, h0 out of Second Jewel by Chester Dare. First dam by Crit Davis, he bv Washington Denmark, C4. This is a handsome, combined stallion, a rich bay. three year old: 15 hnnds high. lie will mnko his first season nt inv place on the Crab Orchard nnd Ottenheim road, two miles from Ottenheim nt $10 to insure a livinc colt, season duP when colt is foaled, or marc, sold, traded or bred to another horse. u ' pi(r It. P. D. No. 1 Crab Orehnrd. Kv. Pish nnd Bromley off.-- you (he best in life, health, nccident, fire, lishtnin?, windstorm, livestock, burglary, plate glass, teams liability, fidelity, etc. Thev write nil kinds of iiisurnDoc. Comparo their companies with others. r Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. Wlm-t- r wonderful Hoot & Herb medicines have been making such wonderful cures for jenrs past in Kentucky, citcuds greetings to the renders otThe Interior Journal, through tho courtesy & splendid rates offered by iu editor. The nnmo of my great universal remedy, is COM--CEL--SAR. if but a post card, the round-up- '. colors, a fine likeness of myself, entitled "Heady for given relative to Roots ov Herbs as medicines. Catholic All letters cheerfully answered, information -- . t,- -. n.irf Vnur Rihlft Ezokial 47:12. Kcclesinstes 30; 14, 15, 10, 17 also Chapter 38; 4, 0, 0, ,. o" '.: .7" n n. 1 4 .' Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psalm 103:14. Write "Physician Heal Thyself" & so, if modern doctors with these veree down then read them. The Bible says Ihemselves, what chances have You to be cured! mercury & other poisons can't heal Yours for a long, clean, healthy & successful life. Ky. W. Broadway,-Louisville- , CHARLIE WHITE-MOObook or calendar,address Dept. 7. If you write for information, composed of 13 Hoots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stomis a body & ach. licr, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. nerve Luilder of great merit & should bo used both spring & full for puttim; the blond & genciul system in fine condition to meet tho ueccs-ar- y is sold nt nil eln;eR taking place at those Bcnsons. drug stores, tho' some times, you find n druggist who for 6ome renson will not hniullo my remedies. In that case, I will, on receipt of the price is pnek-c- d send it postage paid any plnco on earth. of & hacked by n legnl gunrnnteo that gelu back your dollar if ulso for fnils to do what you buy it for. Cull for 's Science Sope which is mad0 of pure vegetnblo oils Charlie for Human skin Only, 10c n bar, 3 for Ufa & money back if you don't happen to like it. My yenis of experience ns a cowboy X among tho Indians, give of the vnluo of Hoots & Herbs ns medicines, & I would like to send every a peculiar fitness & knowledge gientest book of its kind ever published, entitl- der of this puper & nny friends of yours, a copy of the IIIICU Willi siunung ineis ooiui. "Th Pnwbntf Herua St". It is you want a fiue calendar, say so & I will mail you one for 1012, , lithographed in five & Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel"S- ar Com-Ccl-S- ar Com-Cel-S- nr Com-Cel-SWhite-Moon- .. ," N, RUNNER DUCKS Fawn and white. Heavv lavers. John R. Staton, Joyce, Ky. bad an white erai 75 cents for 15. Mrs. C. G. CALDWELL & SON, exceptionally severe attack of R. F. D. No. 4. Waynesburg, Ky. Robert Nunneliev. Stanford. Kv.. R. Tl whooping (;""g' says": "If it D. No. l;,l,Phy"..Iiui'tonville. hud not been for Foley's Honey and WHITE CHINESE GEESE Tar Compound I would havo been compelled to quit woik. Instead, I J. Titos. Hacklev. Jr.. It. D. No. 2. nccr missed a day, and Foley' Stanford, kv. Honey and Tnr Compound gavo mo relief and Is tho only cough instant FINE BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK medicine we ever use." Contains no EGGS opiates, Shugars and Timer. $2.00 for 15: $2.00 Doultrv hook or freo with vour first order. Send NICE PLACE FOR SALE! for catalogue. The Barred Rock my farm of POULTRY Farm. McKinnev. Kv. I will sell privately BOURBON 20 acres, on the Stanford nnd Crab CURE A GREAT POULTRY REMEDY Orchard nikc. six miles from biun- George II. Farris has taken the down tho throat ot a gaping 'ford and three miles from Crab chicken. deitrot the worm ngeucy in Stnnford for the great and tavet the chick', ill. Orchard. Has a good frame house A (ewdroptln the drinking People's Poultry Remedy aud Peowater cunt and 'of four rooms porch etc., good tople's Stock Remedy. These nio said bacco bam and other outbuildings to give complete satisfaction wherevin the county on In chicks er used. 'and the best water 31-t- f. For th treatment of White Diarrhoea and UUckbead and other dlteaiet In turkeys tho place; half of placo in cultivation and rest in gmss; good black-smit- h BOURftQX POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL; men you want a bond of any " shop on the place; well fenc: kind see Fish & Bromley. ; 7 They 6-- Squire John liailcy, for many years uu honored and respected citizen of Lincoln county, died a tew duys ngo neur Springfield, Washington county. He is survived by n daughter, Mrs. Iiuru liuiley Ilegley. Hon. Fontaine Pox llobbitt, a cou-hi- n of the deceased pens the following well descried tribute to him: Mr. Bailey lived to mature old uge. lie wus an honest nnd much man, wearing the magisterial ermine for many years in Lincoln county, und there was not a stain upon that Miow white ermine when hu doffed it for the toga of the farIu polimer, his fuvorite pursuit. tics or lather in wnr he wns n most gallant Confederate soldier. With the pink of southern chivalry, Gen. John II. Morgan iu his Ohio raid and with but 2,500 nssjsted in rupturing 50,000 federal troops nnd home gun i ds. The Hoosier women would cook great dinners for the home guards, no doubt the sons of tho regiment that wanted to borrow the wings of mercury to get nwny from Iliienu Vista, while Jeff Davis and a 1,000 pillnut Misissippians and Hrngg's battery saved the 4,000 American nnny against Snnta Anna's 20,000 lancers. MuTgnn would capture the gallant Hoosiers; nnd the cook's dinners, then pniolu the former nud cat the latter, nnd the women would say: "These are not our soldiers, our soldiers n i e in Virginia." Then the gallant old Clayton Anderson of Gnr-mrwould sny: "We nre whipping them theie worse thnn thee here," nnd were. Our beloved Mr. Bailey, wn nt Perryville, Oct. 8th 1S03; 13,000 ugainst (10,000; 4.400 killed nnd wounded on the federal side; 3,400 killed nnd wounded on Rebel side. He fought most gallantly in defense of the "Bonny Blue Flag" nnddesired no in.ire glorious winding sheet thnn its lovely folds, I In the civil walks of life, n civilian who adorned the life be led, '(he vo A- u husband cation be followed. kind, fnther noble, friend faithful, heart most true, so tine to his party, that for vein he voted nirninst me (whose firt cousin he mnriied) nnd Though there foi my opponent. was no bend in Gcistc; cap, when Sfpiiie Bailey elected. Judsi Snufley had no idea he would cut lose n cne in hi court, ludye Snufley enteied his ftM court with much pomp and splendor. "I move to dismiss tbis ense" he said. "On whnt nccntint or ground?" "No one representing Commoiiwenltli." "I the ocmmonwenlth." snid lepre-eFrruiro Bailey. Neither Cousin Pont Babbitt, nor brother Saiiflev could swerve this jnt man from the pnth of duty. FONTAINE FOX BOBB1TT. d, s nt S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS. The lavinir strain that fills the esre baskct in zero weather: carlv maturing bis boned frvers. Settinsr cecs. house, delivery. $1 ner 15; shinnimr. emrs $1.50 ner 15. Mrs. A. C. Alford. Stanford. Kv. INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS Eas3 for sale 1 Der settine of 12 or $3 for 45. All orders receive nromnt attention. Wolford N. Lov-1R. F. D. No. 1 Box 80. Stanford Kv. 1. v BUFF ORPINGTONS am eettinz 21 dozen etrtrs a week from 80 hens. Setting of 15 for $1. C. C. Withers. R. F. D. No. 2. StanT ford. Kv. Phone 163-- ' f 'J KING EAGLE, JR. Pedigree. Sired by S. T. Harris,' King Eagle, Vol. 0,' A. S. H. R., No. 2350, he by Royal King 2555, he by On Time, 743, he by Stonewall Jack-so- u 72, Royal King's 1st dam Mollie Mouutz 'J534, he wu3 the noted sire Cabb ell's Lexington, F. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip, 3579, she by Eagle Bird 1014, bo by Old King Eagle 750, 2d dam Red Lion, 3rd dam by Harris' Denmark, be by Miller Denmark 45; 4th dam by Jim Bell, Thoroughbred. King Eagle, Jr's. 1st dnm wns Mollio Drcnnon, she hv Old Drenuon, 2d dnm Coppei bottom, and runs back to Davy Crockett. Note. King Englc, Jr., is 7 years old dark bay with one white bind foot, nice mane and tail, stands full 17 hnnds high, weighs l,G0O pounds and well proportioned every way. A combined stallion with plenty of speed. Btyle and action, Ids colts show thnt he is a splendid breeder He will mnke the season of 1912 nt my bam, one mile West of Waynes-bur- g on Fishing Creek nt $10 to insuro a living colt. Mares traded, parted with or bred elsewhere without my consent forfeits the insurance, nnd the money become due nt such transaction. Care tnken to prevent accidents but not responsible should nny pecur. I'hono in Res. Wnynesburg, Ex. Buff Omlnotons Enclish Salmon Faveinlles. esres $2 per 15: $15 ner 50: Indian Run-nDucks that Inv tho pparl white esrss $1 ner 13: $3.50 ner 50. Hi ner 100. Mv btock cumo from the Blue Ribbon winners of this coiurtrv. Make vour start with the best blood. Alwavselnd to show rav birds to nnv one interested. Mrs. Sam Em-br- v. Jr. Stanfoid. Kentucky. Lavers-Pavcrs-S.C. pr J- WHITE ORPINGTONS. winter lovers. From $30.00 mntimr: cctrs from 1st nen $3 from 2nd nen $1.50 ner 15. S. C. Rhode Island Reds Toiud-kistrain. Eees $1.50 ner 15. Indian Runner Ducks that lav the white egg $1 per 13 egu's. I have CRYSTAL The bisr 3s 4 r ns On.'A.l I'.l.ll selectinc this stock. Thev nre from mizo wiuninsr nua neavv laving A. C. Hill. Stanford. Kv.. R. F. D. WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. $1.00 for 15. also Indinn Runner Duck ecirs $1 for 12. Mrs. L. P. Nunneliev. Lnncaster. Kv.. R. R. N' 2. nhone Stnnford Exchange 108 A. S. C. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS. The best winter lavcrs. Our hens laid 1.100 cess in Februnrv. Mrs. R. L. Berry. Hustonville. Phone 7-- E. .lAltlli... licit Ml. mnn.n IIICUIIS .. .. h ,!... 11UL lUUt? ! IU A e. "'V s'tt WHITE PEKIN DUCKS SI Per Settlna. Moraan S. Bauohman Jr.. Phone Stanford. Kv. R. C. RHODE 41 'Mi Mrs. Phone ISLAND REDS. Esru's SI for 15. W. P. Loaan. R. D. No. 4. 103-- S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS Can sunulv 240 can incubator in 3 davs: 75 cents ner 15 or $3 Der 200. Mrs. J. l.l. Cress. R. D. 4. Stanford Phono 3S0-Lancaster G INDIAN 4 4 PREVENTS DISEASE V ed. I 20-4- f. W. A. BRENT. R. D. I. Stanford. On.30cb,tt.Jm.k..1Ifl.llo..f,lclne. epreieut Lyne iros., Crab Orchard, Ky. largest iu g tUe world. 24-t- f. -- .. -- ?!4"im ' ' vr T b..JLlJ t . THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. from Berry Druncr, of Jessamine d county, 12 shonts nt (1 2 cents per pound; from Sninucl Mooro 0 200.pound hogs nt $7; from snnio d farmer n dozen shoats nt 0 cents; from John Admin 12 hogs nt $0.50 per hundred d from t tie same 16 pothers nt 0; from John D. Swopo 8 140- pound hog? nt $0.00; from Lnwson d nnd Brown 8 porkers nt $7.10 per hundred V. A. Lenr bought two cows, weighing 1,000 pounds each, from Berry Bruner, of Jessamine nt 4 2 and 4 cent'. It. J. Sherrow sold a heifer to J. E. Fherrow for $25. John Jackson bought n work mule from J. E. Slier- row for 142.50. Wool buyers are quite buy in tfiijt county, n number of lower Qnrrard fanners having sold their fleeces to J. D. Ends nnd Sons, of Stanford, some west Garrard sheep raisers selling to Danville buyers while oth- have contracted with local buy- era, V. A. Lear having purchased 5,. 000 pounds of wool, engaging it nl and 25 cents per pound from A. B. Brown, Jr., W. S. Euibry, W. R. Cook. W. E. Moss, Bright Herring, Mnr.sce. Charles Bronddus, Jesse Sanders, Sanders Bros., and other Garrard grangers, T. T. Rnney sold n pair of mule? to Mrs. Carrie Davison for $320. W. II. Furr bought n yearling mule from Andrew Conn for $75. R. L. Elkin. the owner of the well known pony "Mnjor C." has offected the sale of several of his diminntivo horses lately nt prices ranging from $50 to $175. 120-poun1-llO-pottu175-pou130-poun200-pouii1-1- -4 CORYOON, IND.. K. P.'s iff"" $1 WHEAT While we think Passes Resolutions Upon Death of S. D. Bartley. Tito Interior Journal has received from tho Knights vf I'ythins lodge Corydon, Indiana, the following ii ii ii ii i CALL teolutions upon the denth of S. D. Bartley: In Memorlam Mr. and see the latest style it better busi- ness not to biy wheat in advance, if any of our fanner friends wish to engage their coming crop we'll pay $1 per bushel for July delivery; Wheat to grade No. 2 J. H. Baughman & Co. THE FARMERS Posted Fred Hnndorf. Several mule buyers were busy here Holiday looking for good hybrids and opiild not get all they ranted, ns the farmers have considerable use for their animals right now themselves. Davis, of Jellico, bought n nice pair from J. B. Williams ot McKinney for $375, and picked np a good looking horse mule for $200. lie bought a combined horse from W. II. Wearen for $140 Ho was looking for some small mule for use in the coal mines but was unable to locate any he could use. Several nice tobacco beds for Bale Rainbow hurley, Standard hurley, and another heavy hurley. L. C. 37-4- p I Dunn, Hnstonville. two-- ) I have a splendid ear-ol- d jack, black with white points that I will 'stand to 20 mares 38 nt $8 apieee. Ed Ballard. T. W. Jones and Company sold bunch of 25 cows and calves from various parties hero court day, paying from 5 4 to o i-- 2 cents for them according to the quality. They cot the bigger part of them frotn U. T. Shelby, of Russell county, who brines in quite a bunch of stock here court days, and always finds a ready market for it T." W. Jones and Comrmnv sold eight butcher cows to John Q. Lynn Monday at 4 2 cents a pound, Mr. Lynn will kill them for the locnl trade. The samo firm sold a 'race bunch of 15 calves to Walter O. Walker at $23.50 a head. Mr. Wnl-kwill feed them nt his farm on the Somerset pike. Jones& Co., sold d cattle to J. II. eight Poynter, of the Walnut Flat neighborhood, at 0 cents a pound. The same firm bought a few hogs on court day at 7 cents n pound. R. C. Nunnelley sold a bunch to W. M. Myers, of Hustonville, here court dav. for Juno nnd July de- licry. For the tho former he paid 7 cents n pound and 0 2 for those which wjll go in July. Mr. Banks Hudson, of the firm of of flnrmrd. haw Hudson & Hue-liesbought of Taylor and Woodford, of Parrs, their entire growing crops of hemp consisting of 300 ncres, price private. V. A. Lear, one of the most prominent stock traders of Garrard, has of porkers lately shipped n car-loa- d to tho Queen City market, the following being some of his purchases for the load: From W. R. Cook 32 200 pound hogs at $7 ner hundred; big-bon1-1-er 600-poun1-, Stanford, Kentucky. m Study Manure Spreaders Before You Buy One to study manure spreader is at the local dealer's place of business, where you can see the machine, study it part by part, see how each part is made and how it does its work. Study spreaders at first hand. Go to the local dealer and have him show you an B M1E proper place I H C Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century Cloverleaf or Corn King Learn the. advantages of an apron spreader. Learn what constitutes a steady, reliable feed and the importance of it. Learn the reasons why different materials are used for different parts, and why each part does Learn its work thoroughly. the value of the service the dealer can give you. . When, you know manure spreaders we think you will buy. an I H C spreader from your local dealer. He is the man to see. lulemtlonal HanistirCoiiiBT of Awrtci Oieait I II C Sarric USA Burau The purpose of this Bureau Is to furnish, free of charge to all, the best Information obtainable on better farming. If you have in worthy Quest ions concernlne soils, crops, land drainage. Irritation, fertilizers, etc.. make jour Inquiries specific and send them to I II C Sen leu Mureau. Harvester Build-In- . Chicago. USA Sold in Lincoln County by J.L.Beazley,Agt Stanford. Kentucky fr Do You Want a Silo? This cut shows you what we are now prepared to construct B mBKnwAisMvLLBLLLLH We have one of the mous Polk Machines with which to build Silos like this, and if YOU are thinking" of building a Silo, call on or write us before you do anything, and we'll interest you. fa- We have already contracted for six and cannot build but a limited number, so you had better not delay, but get in next. We have the territory of Lincoln and Garrard counties. Telephone 136 a PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. a E. C. MoWhortcr. Ben Gay sold hi farm of 90 acres to Joe McCormack for $75 per acre nnd the latter has sold the same to Clarence Ballard, of White Lick vicinity. Little Miss Rny Rucker, of hns been visiting her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Rucker. N. W.Rogers is building an adweeK. A Mighty Fine Colt Arrives Mrs. J. F. McKeown nnd Hon. dition to hU residence. Jns. B. Burrows, of Beeville, Tex., Whnt is ono of the best bred colts Ncwbeni, of Louisville, ure with Mr. tooled in Lincoln county this season ami Mrs. rewbera for n few weeks. is with us nynin for the summer. Dr. Smith, of Whitley county, has wns born on Col. Huff Duddernr's Mr. und Mrs. Cluis. Wheeler, and farm this week. Mrs. John B. Riffe "motored to Lex moved his family here nnd expects The youngster which is a handsome Mud colt, sor- ington lust Wednesday nnd were to practice his profession nmong ui. rcl with a white star in his fore- guests of Dr. and Mrs. Cnrl Wheel. Pleasant Point bend is out of the grent mare Bour- or nnd Miss Amanda Alexander. bon Estes ,who is n full sister to the Mr. Hugh Snudidire was here Wed Mr. W. D. Dye, whoso mind has great show horse Bourbon' best, nesday evening. been in a critical condition for some The sire of the little fellow is the Mrs. trank Mankfiehl. of Irvine. time was sent to the insane asylum ton, was here last week to . Imr celebrated Rex Peavine, Col. Dud- Monday. mother. Mrs. W. R. Williums. dernr is very proud of the youngster !. Mr. McMillan, wh died of tyhas been very ill, but is much bet ns well ns hns n right to be. phoid fever nt South Fork was ter now. in the Pleasant Point cemo-tcr- y Mr. Joe W. Rout was in Danvillo Attention Democrats Mr, McMillast Wednesday. .Monday. Pursuant to n enll of th Dorrm-crn'tMr. A. J. Adams motored to Dun-vil- lan recently moved to this county State Executive Committee, from North Carolinn, nnd wns n resTuesday. the democrats nf T.inpnln xnnntv Miss Josephine Saudidgn and Mur-pir- pected gentleman. are hereby called to meet in mnsV Mrs. W. C. Alford, is very Rick Davis were here for a few convention nt the courthouse in again having taken n relapse but It hours Thursday aftemoon. Stanford, Ky., on Sntnrdnv Mnv, Mr. Rcid Conway is spending n is hoped she will be better soon. 25. 1912, at 1:30 o'clock P. M.. for few weeks with his father, Mi. Joe Mrs. J. A. Singleton Ls improving. the purpose of choosing 10 deleConway nt St. Louis. W. II. DUSSABARGER. Miss Maude Singleton has return gates, to the state conention to be' Mrs. Eb Kennedy and Miss 11. F. FREEDLEV, ed home from Ijouisville. held in Louisville May 20th, nt which of Stanford, niv guests of GEO. W. GRIFFITH. Mr. W. A. Horton, of, Wnynesburg urne ucicgates. irora Kentucky to Miss Black, Givft'is. was tho guest of his daughter Mrs. the National Democratic Convention Mr. Geo. Riffe, of McKinney, wns Marksburv. Ada Hogue, Saturday nnd Sunday. will be chosen All democratic votRoy Qosney sold a sow and pigs here for a short time Thursday. ers of this county are invited to be Misses Maude Brown nnd Lizzie Mrs. G. J. Cunningham, of DanMyers for $19. present nt the county convention, ' Dye, who nre wotking at Danvillo ville, was here Thursday. made a flying trip home nnd returnMr. C. C. Cable nnd wife, have Saturday, May 20. G. L. PENNY, Wo wero pleased to learn that the ed. Cnble'h mother, at Clminnnn Lincoln County Democrat- - been visiting Mr. snmc teachers were lit ic Committee. Mrs. Caldwell, who spent the winiBrodheud. t our graded school for the coming I ter with her daughter, Mrs. Liccfo Dr. Rose and wife, of Bryantsville term. Brown, of this place hns gone to Sensational Indictments at Somerset spent Wednesday, with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Rigney spent Saturday with relatives nt Sbin. isit Mrs. Floyd of Pulaski. Somerset, Ky., May 1C The Mr. nnd Mrs. Lear, Mr. C. Brown wns nt Etibnnks last grand jury now in session has been ' Rev. Mnhan has returned from ford. .Mr. Joe W. Rout nlteniln.1 tlm K. week. investigating the cause of the fire Lincoln Memoriul Hospital, Knoxvillo that destroyed two houses belong Trim., where ho spent seernl tfajs of P. minstrel nt Stanford Friday Albia ing to Mrs. Alice Jones on April 24, with his wife, Mrs. Malum, who has evening. and as a result of their work haiu just undergone a very delicate Misses Florence North nnd Ethel The prater meeting nt Olive haf Benton were in Stnnford Inst nn indictment in two counts enition nnd is doing nicely, closed. W. O. Oooch has recently ncainst Henry G. Waddle, Chief of been 'nppointrd Superintendent of valuable mule the school examinations. c. M. Jenkins lost n Police of Somerset; Bob Wnrrcn jnst Week from a pistol bhot. Mr. Don Bronson, who hns been Olive 'Sunday school. He is n vory nnd John Dunn, members of the po-- 1 jim. v,j,a Aldridgd was with her in Mumla, P. I., for the Inst five devout Christian and evorvbodv re. lien force. In tho first nil three of daughter, Mrs. Will Wndkins last years, was hero last week en ronto joiccs to know that he has taken up the defendants are charged with the week, wiio hns been quite sick for tn Vosemito for n Rh.irt visit ';. llic good woik. Present indications burning, nnd in tho second they nro tomelimc. show that there will bo n greater and mother there. charged with entering into n con- .lh Mnrsen housht 27 sheen nnd sMr. and .Mrs. Chnrles E. Bnhnn. better Sundny school this yenr. than piracy with each other to burn tho of Lebanon, were miesta nf Mr. nml last. Tho nraver tneottnir nt (Til- lambs for $90. Grove organized hist winter is still property, nut. John Dunn is charged Jir. utH Mis. Ben Poindoxter, of Mrs. G. C. Riffe, Inst week. with betting the house on fire nt tho Lexington, Jmve been the guests of iur. Wiiinn Patterson nns.l progressing. Geo. Sturgeon, tho instance and lcquest of the other tu parents, Mr. O. K. Poindoxter I through here Irrst week en rnnlo i lender, is still holding out faithfully and hopes tit will continue the lest two. uueny. iiiese monuments navo ucen und wife, for several days. of j ear. secured by tho efforts of J..S. Peel Mrs. Abo Newton nnd children Mrs. J. C. Rankin, who has been Vssistant Stnte Fire Marshal. to express their appreciation to !ming serious trouble with her eyes, PUBLIC SALE a great encouragement the many friends, who so kindly received The King of Denmark died sud- from nn oculist in Lexington, where to the beloved husband As executor of the will of tho Into denly while on a street of Uopcnhu-ge- n hho oes icguhirly for treatment. nnd father in his illness nnd who early this week. Missus Mnigniet nnd Kny Jenkins were so thoughtful nnd kind during Anderson Carr. I will sell nt public outcry to the highest and best N r, went to Louisvillo first of tho week their sorrow. in Stnnford, Ky in front T An estimate is made that the loss to accompany their littlo iibphew Miss Ada Wesley nnd two other tho couit house door, nt 2 P. M on ot the Titanic wii compel uccidutit John Gallagher, who will bo in tho young ladies, of Liberty, motored Saturday. May 25. 1912 nnd life insurance companies to pay ilospitni for n fcw (1ays for to this city Moriday. The following aggregating almost $5,000,- - ,(,(, A largo crowd was picsent Sun- l.ltierlln fiminttrrenl estate, situated in ... t.'tr ..,., uuuut iiwo nines !.... 000. The life insurance- companies 1,,'y, i0i,inS0M( nd C. C. Cable day evening to hear Rev. Surles' ad- bouth of Stanford, Ky., und bound- had policies outstanding of $2,700,. ,..,le , msUWM tTn ia Nicholnsvillo dress to the graduating cUss. Mcs- fill fit 4, tin...,. . OUI) und tlie ttccmeia coiupuiues ?J, dames J. B. Riffe nn'd 0. C.'Riffo On the east by the lands nnd Loxiirjtou Inst week, 000,000 on victims of tho disnbter. ' Mcsdames Win. Baughman, of favored tho uudienco with u solo PettliH mill Win ll. ...I. ....... ' of. Jns. .i south by the lands of Tom Crow and Danville, and Ida Rohinfcon, of Mnr- - each. MONEY BACK DANDRUFF CURE. cellus, made u fdinrt' visit to Mr. nnd others, on tho west by tho county load, on tho north by lands of Jqoo'b Paint Lick. Mrs. I.. IJ. Robinson Inst week. Guarantees Parisian G. L. Penny utimlcr, containing 85 ncies of land, Mrs. Mona Dunn, of Dnnvillennd Dr. Burns, the oculist, has been more Saqe for Dandruff and Falllnq or less. This land will b0 .Mr. Ed Newlnnd, of Hrodhend were in our midst for several days. Hair. beforo the day of sa0 nnd Dr. and Mrs. Trendwtty took their will bo sold iv tlm , :.. Think of it, dear reader, if PAR- with Mrs. Ida Robinson n day or so. " wv in uuuuru- Miss Sloan, of HcdgoVillo, who son, Quintan, to Louisvillo for an nnco with such ISIAN SAGE isn't tho most invigorfurvoy. .. . Terms nf Snln. K.....I ating and pleasant hair dressing you vas with Miss Mabel Rankin, for n operation. ""'" "itiiuscr to give short visit hns Teturncd. Miss Hazel Patrick entertained cood nnd approved haiiknblo note ever used money back. Mr. Jnmes Kemper, of Missouri, tho young peoplo Saturday, night. .no uureuiiso money, ono hair If it doesn't banish dandruff, stop hair from falling nnd do uwny with who accompanied tho rcmnins of his Mr. Walker Guvn is haini? hU Uiureof duo nnd payable six- months Hcalp itch money .back. 60 cents .brother. Mr. Thornton Kemper to residenco repaired with a, new ver- - from date of sale, and the balance in twelve months from date nt O. L. Peuny's and druggists ov- - t!ljB ,,in(.e for JUriu j)llH returned nniin, of sale, lien retnlni'il nn 1.....1 u,u i.i erywhoro. . . I He sient several days with rclntivei Will Mays, of Madison, was down ' B,,c" . "... . SAGE os a tiair "PARISIAN '"juieiits. i will, ns to fee his father Dr. N. Mays. I I " grower and scalp cleaner Is all such executor, . Misses Liza Rucker and Genevn snme time nnd place, sell n at the right," Mrs. Dora M. Daniels, Wil- lot of poema ,bitu"y pot,"8ft' liamson. W. Va. elc"."! Rucker will attend the Madison Fa. personal lotproperty, including u show words over that male Institute Wednesday. case, a of brick and other things "PARISIAN SAGE cured me of $1 for not over terrible itchimr of the scalp." Mrs. number of words 5 cents a line ad-Mrs. Lnbon Kirk, of Pnintsville. too numerous to mention. dittonL P. Pope, Oxford, Ah. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. NumwHey. Exw. Camp-bellsville, ed io lc et turn-mitted- ." Ken-rfedy, dentil lias cut off in our hi other, Mr. Samuel I. Hartley, whoe childhood, youth nnd curly manhood wero passed in our community nnd who had long been well and favorably known by many members of our lodge, and from the whereas, his departure walks of men has brought n keen sense of iwrsonnl loss to those of our number who knew him bet, and hns removed from our fellowship vtie who exemplified the cherished principles of our order in his Itntrr-eV- s lial relations, nnd as n son, brother, husband nnd father, nnd whereas, the worth of our brother as an lion-2- 4 ornhle business man, n clean and patriotic citizen nnd n faithful nnd nctivc Christ inn were widely recog-Jq- b rized, nnd he was cer true to lhoe uo mourn Ins absence nnd nre ov- crwhelnied by their great sorrow, nnd a place was filled in many circles most worthily, be it therefore Resohed that our lodge hereby de clares thnt it has sustained an np' precinble loss in the denth of Bro- ,,lcr Samuel D. B.irtlcy, that n page 1ft "ei nlwrt " 0,,r records in his Jniory which shall contain the snl lent facts of his relationship to our otder, nnd thnt the usual symbols f mourning be displayed in accordance with our laws and customs. And be it further resolved that we express our profound Sympathy to the member of his family in tlwir grcnt sorrow, assuring them thnt we bis brethren tinder the bonds of our grent fraternity share their grief nnd thnt in keeping with the tench- ings of our order we shall ever De fttnnd ready to promote the best welfare of his widow nnd orphan children. And be it further resolved that n copy of this paper, suitably prepared and bearing the seal of our lodge nnd the siignature of our officers, shnll be sent to the family of our deceased brother. And Iks 'it further resolved thnt this paper shall be furnished for publication to Tlie Corydon Democrat, The Cory don Republican, nni The Interior Journnl, of Stnnford, Kentucky. All of which is respectfully mid-care- er Whereas, ii i i ii i1 r,u:,. W Riditig j ;ij gig We have several second- hand Buggies for sale I T Po Hustonville. Miss Orn Enoch, nf Somerset,, hns j arrived to visit Mrs. Jennie Carpenter. Misses Mnrv D. nnd Lonn Beck. r . of McKinnoy, were in this city shop ping Wednesday. .Mrs. Millard Herring was the guest of Harrodshurg friends last Je week-takin- g n de-fci- rn bid-do- treat-polici- es - sur-vey- -.- - ... .. . f; .ir.:i :.""" . C.