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MAY 21, 1912 "ST a k ? ?0L. XXXIX NO. 41 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS., Ask for Votes When Paying for Subscriptions It Costs You No Afore! .$$4r$$$0$$O$$ .. & WIN FAME ATTENTION 0 ? O AND FORTUNE iff 0 close game there early in the flea-so- n HELM WORKING FOR REAL ' and the local boys say they will GOOD ROADS BILL certainly get revengo this "time. 1.000 Miss Mae Cozntt Another great came w scheduled J.ouu Miss Lottie Westerfield Tnuqh Luck and Great Pitching By for June 5th when the Nebraska In1,000 Miss Myrtle Hrown ..l,4io Miss Mnttio Bishop Measure Before Confress ContemKowalskl, Too Much for High dians ocme for a ball game here. 1,875 Miss Mincllo Pru'ttt Hlatt. Kv. School Lads. plates Government Aid To Coun1,000 Miss Mnfy Lear Hubble t Until further notice no con- HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES ties Having Rural Routes. tcrttanl will be nlhuved to poll 2,250 Miss Jennio Rankin enter t?i The Stanford High School team If vw are net In the race tluvrn Hmtl n flllf fietpnt num- 1,150 COL S. T. HARRIS Miis Jewell Snoonamoro . BUSY THIS WEEK opportunity lost its second game 'to St. Mary's rtafcv.fw'thebla 1,725 ber of votes to place their Jean McKeehuie What will undoubtedly provo 000 and College this season nt the grounds Delightful Programs Are Beifiq Giv 'effer.Is new In force with you ore five (lioitanil votes n- - V Miss Eva Rankin 1,100 Formally Commissioned As the of the most imporanij oricagures of Saturday afternoon. The easily catch up here last can en commencement Week head of the leader in the pi fvtt on Governor's Staff. Popular vouna lathe country at large" ever1, enacteo score was 4 to 3, and the closeness ... Exercises , procession. ceedin lae. .. For n,lnV nn.l & J"" '""y ""S1,0nV,,le part ot 200 It is now Col. Samuel T. A by. the Congress sthe-Unite- a dles (rem a large is correctly indicative of the fierce .f .l..Kftnn ' l!050 Harris. ness of the couflict throughout the ., ... - ii.. i:. i.- -. i . i Mi" Amn Harker 'have now entered thjs Commencement week beenn aus stales, uas jnsi passea'iue nuuo, I lie ipniier oi me u i"" r r: Col. Harris last week recmed a whole Sun-at- e. piciously with an immense ciud at and bids fair to 50 tlsroijb-tI- p reat rat. There are still a few fit l ill viIis. jV will OO nil.iweu r Mi"? Katharine Murphy ,,,,..6,075 commission from Gov. nine innings. :. 1.450 MeCreary np. Miss Malindu Nave routes net re- X '..T.i. ..7 Stanford, at times, played brilli the baccnlaurcate sermon delivered A .. towns and rural . ... . , flo. pointing him This is A bill providing foi to cant ciioiiirn voics io W p on his ant ball jiw several times appenred to the graduates presented. Send In vour nom- W oer whic i- -, of the High School government aid for building good !.. j:f ." MiwH l( 1,400 h'taff with the raiik of colonel. Those to have the game won. Several Sunday evening by Rev. W. E. Arination today. VJ IlSt. It is designed to have Uncle Mturf Mninri.. Atfnn who know the genial colonel tuid 1.100 S haul breaks in the luck and the nil nold, Presiding Elder of this dis- roads.assist the states and counties W. . Sam 4,400 there nTe few in this section of the tis'lit pitching of Joe Kolwnlski, for .firf Hum Afi.(nrnifu.! stage ih.ihw r iy state who do not are satisfied that the visitors, tell the tale. Wesley trict. The for thehad been tastefully thereof in providing good highways TODAY decorated occasion and was START CAMPAIGN the Governor could have found no Embry suffered 1,425 .. throughout the graced by the presence of the Gradu for the transmission of rural mail, i .i ...a. ... iuii ,uiirmu lut'her .. bo allowed to poll uu wenone who would ndd j;renter dignity oui ,iM ,rll,.. 1,000 - y."-- .came with a sprained ankle, which ates, members of the Board of Edu and the money to be expended goei-o- n ' ,,, and honor to his peisonni staff. oon ny they turned in tbe Bjicn,, .:,.?" those roads which are traveled by handicapped him greatly, and real- cation, and the ministers of Stan-lor-..competitors wouui kwiw , ti.ms. their Col. Harris' is one of Lincoln counly cou'cd the loss of the game, for Many were unable 'to get the rural route carriers. just h ty's largest and most progressive he was unable to run out his hits seats in the opera house. Although Estimates are made that the pascould farmeis and citizens when made. In the sixth with two very hoarse, Dr. Arnold preached a sage of this bill will mean about tnomen tiiri7 i4u.ni. wui u,ui and possessing all of the attributes gone he had s'utgled clear to right powerful sermon, with a special $10,000 annually to Lincoln county Iv.AnvlKlpa You do Hot Ttlrl STf, d and qualifications o the l,'-Miss Slnry Russell and Harris Coleman ' had romped message for those just going out 5 vntp it is lmmiwiulc tor any for the betterment of its roads and Kentucky Colonel, him long been Understand. Do Not Be Atraia linn.. home with a score which put Stan- - into life. Crab Orchard one to know how many oles a con Questions. by that title by many of his ford in the lead. Young Embry was to Ask On Monday night, the beautiful piKes. The argument being made in 7,250 Mrs. 1.. L Sanders numtestant has unless they tell the 1.575 friends. It was fitting and very np- - hobbling, us best he could, to first cantata ''An American Girl" was favor of this bill, and for which, no Thi rulitiR makes Mrs. I)op Garner ber themsehes. Goodie Redd 3.225 propriate Uiat he should be formally on his injured nnkle, and a quick presented by the pupils of Miss El- answer can be found, is that it 1 fair to all. Miss the content time (Hill much better to spend this money im. 1,175 vested with 'the rank, and both he retrieve of the boll by Ynrgin, got len Ballou, the very efficient musicomo In at the end Miss Ida Thompson N perso;i can enter the him at the bag and killed off the cal teacher. A large crowd .enjoyed proving the roads than to spent . 3450 and Gov. MeCreary are to be con We want Miss Annie Miriilleton "the content. und buy out Linl with the grnt Opportunity ,. 2.500 gratulated niton the lssital of the score. a delightful evening. thousands of dollars annually upon ..?..;.. n, niw contest- - you to understand, risht now that Miss Mayme Ifolmnu . k, Col. Ilu .Ve win iid .. 1,300 oemmission.Lincoln Harris' family For sit innings Embry pitched ihe graduates held sway Tuesday locks and dnms of the rivers. Tin in iorre. ter Mis up with the overyone will he cit en n fair and Mi-- s from Madison in gilt edge ball,, and held the hard hit- morning with class day, and before chance t cntrh Daisy. Hunt . .1,075 came, to Inler-iontewm no Kentucky river is a striking exatnjile Onu enthusiasm in the Each siuate ileal merits jiiq conies ,. 5.125 the enrly days and he and his fn'ther ting visitors to one scratch single. a' Jnrgc" assemblage, pleased every of the extra Vagahceo the" 'governMiss Mara Collier alone. run on its becommW inte ne. before him, have , been life long The strain on his injured leg. one in their several roles. The pro- ment in Tli nrmtiwt mnnauer would like Miss Martha Hroiitrhtnii .. ...1,075 friends nml supiwrters of the Govwho see U ei the past along this line, with to tell in the sixth round, how- gram wa: Adiiie 'Sc'JU ". . .'.'..' . . .. 1.C2.1 win nre starling to hae n talk with every contestant Sliss ffiwTcVnre to fc M. M. Perkini '. .. 1.250 ernor in nil of his politicnl ambitions ever, and the collegians found him Salutatory John Eva Hilton. Quar- practicallylinenoofreturn whatever, ply.s and also thoe whq are, ttunuinir oi Mrs. Col. Hams' friends nre insisting for two more, which, aided ly a tette "Sweet steamers now, -B heir and Low" Misses not one Gilbert's Creek entering. If you can, stop nt the ofHint he secure the usual Colonel's wuu iiroin mouimr wood Jcr oi iem-e- r io caicnn Holtzclaw, Campbell, Messrs Bright in that stream, anil the big expendi ladies, who fice. If not, call him by telephone Miss Emma Holtzclaw ... . 1.525 haild-om- e Subscriptions. The uniform nt once, so as to limner nt third instead of .hooting and Waters. Class , Poem "The ture for locks and dams lias to all 1,175 opportmntv rind he will offer suJKeslions that ,Miss Nell Huck .. tKe advantage of be prepared to nttepd a meeting of the ball home, cave the visitors two Joirrney Onward" Willie A. Moore. practical intents and purposes gone Ho yllj help, in ,ydur campaign. Turnersville. iight in. and Br-,"- " the staff i,t any time it may be call- tallies, their first of the game. JJn v' History Maud A. Stone. Piano for naught. rail be "reached by telephone or Ijy Miss I.ucv Gooch .. 1,375 ed out upon fulldress occasion. Both sides had batted fiercely beAvailable subscriptions "Eolienne Harp" Mary M. Ma- e U persoiuu can any evening or on Congressman Harvey Hehri is in.. 1,000 Miss Dora Gooch kind tniRhty. good haare of fore this without ' any chance to theny. Propl,eey Will McCarty, Saturday nt other times. He will be Miss Gnbie Hradshaw in the bill tW .. 1.250 Ramsey Hallowav score, and those two runs looked as Jr. Grumbler W. Morrison Bright. tensely interested the prize they desire. i;lad to nief you .if you will telephone Oiler McKlnnev Wedding invitations Jssued. Ihe big as n dozen. The Stanford Jads Piano "The Dying Swan," Lissa government aid to the county roads. The Opportunity for the nnil lpt him know when you nre com- Mi-- s Mao- - . Ret'k .. C.050 following invhatons have been re- were same, however, and went jitter Holtzclaw. Giftorian John M. Important provisions of this oil The bur offer wns made the office. inp so "Chink" with blood in .their eye?. Wafers., Piano Duet "The Flat- for which Mr. Helm is working, are . . 0.82: ceived: l)r. and Mrs. Burdette RamMS" litith Tanner the contestants a 'f RtnnR .. 1,150 sey invite you to be present at the The crack young twirler seemed to terer" Misses Mfheny nnd Holtz- as follows: Miss Zoe Itutler start in the Kreat race, for DISTRICT NO. 1. Miss Mndie Hutler ...2.950 marriage of their daughter, Mayme give down slightly nnd Dozier, who claw. Valedictory Harris W. Cole The basic principle oC this bill is Sor- - and prize--. Underline Stanford Miss Bessie Jarboe .. 1.050 to Mr. James Miller Halfowoy, on had fanned twice before, found him man. Chorus Selected; Class. which climes compensation by the Federal Gov .. ...1,050 the afternoon of Wednesday the for a clean single tfo right, with Class Officers.-Pre- s. -- .050 Miss Hifth, Cockiiie, . John M. Wat eminent for the Use of Ihe roafl. NIOilT. 3.000 extra vote Miws Uvle Cuoper double vole- - nre IXi 2.375 Miss Ef rie Drye .. 5.425 twenty-nint- h IL.na Pnlmer of May, nineteen hun- Waters, who had been passed by ers, Vice Prcs Willie Moore, Sec-Tre- tiaveled by the mnil carriers, in. the In addition t of-f1.825 dred and twelve a't three o'clock, Kowalski perching on second. Lissa Holtzclaw. Afiss Marv M. Mntheny Kino's Mountain Siven on all subscriptions. 9Ihis star loute and Rural Delivery ifSer1- .dock Mik Anna Da is McItoberU .1,700 Miss Lulu Coker .". . . v . . . .. 1,275 Stanford, Kentucky. forced Waters at the plate. The calendar for the remainder of will positively clo-- e nt Jre' With two men on, Coleman lifted a the week is as follows: .2.550 Sntimlnv niKht o everj- sub-irr- Miss Ilertie McClure ,ieU Class A. is the highest form of 1.250 , CALL Tuesday night, musical, assisted hjgh' one in short right, which both Miss Muyme Singleton should turn in a- - many before that MjhS Kate Water Yargiu nnd Barth allowed to drop by pupils of department of expres improved road in country use. For DISTRICT NO. 2. 1,050 a ion- a road of this character,- - used ii' safvs without touching and the two sion. 3.22 Kentucky Prohibition Party MNs Ma H. l'.ettus CorrtesUnts livins at a Junction Citv ' the and star-roul- u runs came oer the, pan. .0.975 Miss Lnvniia McGraw . . . ,. f050 . Wednesday afternoon 3 to 5 may mail in their subscrip- Mis Joephine Itrndv Cnpr. McCnrtv sent Mike Penny .3.175 Mis llessie Wright tions and if the enlvelime is to Seniors and fut- service, it is provided that the Gov Mi Pearl Fields .. 1,525 The Miss Mary K. McKiiuivy ... .2,250 Mi-- s Ltic.i Iliiiikjn convention of the prohi- to the mound for Stanford, when it ility at the home of Prof, ond Mrs. ernment shall pay at) the rate of $25 not Inter than 0 1 . M.. .. 1.700 1,300 Mi-- s Willie It, Loirsden . . . .. 1.325 bition party, is hereby called to meet seemed that the visitors had acquir- J. W. Ireland. iu Mr-- . O. 0. lieazfuv they per mile per year. .7,275 Miss Mary Steele Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock From now until Mi Mis Elizabeth Hiins tl,iH offer. Class B. is the next form of im 1,475 in Louisville May 28th at 10 A. M.. ed Embry's number. Penny hart hid .. will be as Miks Anna Warren .4.0 nicht the vote schedule Miss Ruth McCollum . . . . ...1,450 iu Foil i th Avenue Christian church, no opportunity to warm up, nnd Annual Commencement, with address proved road defined in the bill, .1 he by Dr. It. II. CVossficld. Miss Elsie Elizabeth Gileman 1,450 Miss Bertha' West rfollow. ...1.750 to nominate delegate's to the Nation- beforepu-b- could seltle down, the road of high quality but not so good 120,000 votes Miss Isabelle Keiiiolds .3,725 Mi two more scores over Thursday night. Annual Recital of as U5 years Until Ken ne .. 3,050 al Prohibition Comention, Atlantic and that defined in class A. For this 102,000 votes Miss Lorraine Campbell . . ... . 1,150 Expreswon 20 years .. 2.825 City, New Jersey, July 10th, 1912, fly bv S. the game. A muff of a Department of Music and Miss Daisy Shuttles road the compensation fixed 13 at 75,000 vines Miss Mary K. DinMcrar . 0.400 35 year .. 1375 to name congressional candidates, considerablyHill iu left helped tlmm sion. Miss Ruth Lingle 49,200 votes Miss Anna Chancellor Baseball Saturday. 25th Richmond the fate of .$20 per mile per year .1.000 Miss Irene Lyons JO yearn .. 1.200 and to nominate presidential elec-toi- s. got ono moreonintheir way. Stanford votes Miss Iillie Carson Class C. comprehend the ortM 39,000 . .5,72 Every prohibition party voter the seventh on a Normal vs Stanford High School. years 8 Mis$ Sara Richardson ... . . .5,550 24.Q00 vote Miss .Mary Moore Honey . . . . 0,1 nary dirt roads of country, and fo Ji yeir Mi-- p 1,175 in the slate is urged to uttend, or pass to S. Hill and Barth's fumble .. Georgia Wells i:,S(i0 votes Miss Itubv (ress these roads the prescribed compen ..1,175 Miss Alum Cosby The Presidential Outlook. :i ve.irc ...1.950 it not iu .attendance, then to send in of Anderson's roller, "but could not .1,000 votes Mih Nqlho W. Hill . 1.025 Jli- - Agues Gicelie 2 jear .. 1.000 the name of his choice of u candi- quite reach. This Kowalski lad is The New Yoik Herald Sunday said sation it at the rate of $15 per mill ""Hi C1 4.200 votes Mrs. Henrj' Fields 1,025 Mi-- s Bes-i- e 1 year . t Durham ...1.450 date for Congress from his Congres- some twirler. He has won a great of the presidential political outlook: per yenr. . 3.125 Miss Lulu Cox Miss Kate Anderson President Tnft's candidacy iu a Payments are to be made at the Afttr May 25th ...1.500 sional district, also to send iu the many games for St. Mary's and would undoubtedly be a find for dangerous position! ..1,775 Miss ts . . .5.075 name of his choice for electors from end of each year to the appropriat' vote schedule will be rVduced Miss Josephine Morris The i no", some Blue Grass League team. BeIu- - district. All members of Miss Itoxie JemiiiiK Theodore Roosevelt making great castodian of the road funds, on the Woond between Muv 25th and May.drt Miss Dollie Wilcher Lancaster . 4,025 man's Christian Temperance L'niou sides having a woild of speed and a gains! double the usual number ot of the (lertmde Wjlkins-o... . 5,800 Miss Sarah Reed ... 5.825 arc eligible a- - members of this Con- nice breaking curve, he plays ball Ohio still the key to the situation! The mileage inPostraaRter is General will b." Biven. Alter May Jlnt Miss class A 35,000 . 1.000 Miss Sadie Anderson to Mis. James Tunier vention, and are urged to uttend. with his head and is always (here is the status of the Republieduced 'Hint ... 1.175 the vote.-- will be ajfuin which was Miss Elizabeth Sinn; in class B. 83,000 miles, nnd in clasw with tho cood old pepT The'score. . .5.075 Miss Willie Wilkinson beThey are eligible to seats iu the 1,0-- 0 can pi evidential battle 20 days . the resuUir vole seliedule According ti AB R II PO A E fore the National Convention, with O. 1,001,000 miles. . . . .1,725 Convention, and to vote; they ure STANFORD of the co- Miss Milliard E. Holtzclnw .1.725 Miss Patsy Kinuaird in toice nt the beinninR c . 1.350 Mi-- s Sallie Smith 2 MnWriptiou turn- Mis rioreni'i' Dawes , ... ....1.250 also eligible as candidates, either us Waters ss ... ..4 01 0 12 0 all but 124 of the 1,078 delegates the prescribed scheme of payment t'ar uld. A Dozier ... Sampson . 1.050 Miss Allelic Bourne . .. 1,000 delegates to the National Conven1 elected, nnd both tho President and the amount per year that this bi' ed in liefore Slav 25th brinies 21.000 Mi.. Jennie McCnitv lb . ,.4 1 1 9 . 1.200 Mi-- s May Miss Mae , .. 1,775 tion or for Congress. Lillie Henry 0 Mr. Roosevelt both making personal will carry on the above basis sliduk' yotes. ir turned in between .1,000 Mis Delia Waters R. 2 May I.ynwience . ..1.775 Mi-- s Stella Sanders be made fov the entire ..nlj party, state and Coleman 2b . ..4 0 1 1 everyday "appeals to the voters of pnymnit ....3,125 Tiie .t'il bringsthe reciilar Miss tieotvia Cabhell i25tii ..1.050 Mi Shelbv Mas.m I) Ohio for support at the important mileage, will be $18,450,000. May lUst ....1.500 iia'lioual, has always u'cognized wo Embry p & rf .4 0 1 0 Vi4es. AHer o000 Kemper rf . . ..5,425 Miss EKie Morris 2 ... . . . 5,375 men as iligible to all positious, und J peilinp- - vital primary contest Miss (Catherine Ends 1 mid This mensiiro has passwl thr schedule only ciu. 4,500 on Penny . 1.100 Miss Catherine Walter .. ... 1.200 is the only political party that S Hill ef & p A 0 0 1 1 1 to be held iu the Buckeye State 'on IIoue nnd is now pending before So if you wish Miss Jennie Peoples If . 1.225 Miss Annie Milbiiru .2 1 0 1 0 1 Tuesday, Maty Daltou ... 1.075 stands absolutely lor "Equal Rights." the Sennte United to have vour smWrlptioii "lo--to count Miss Jessie l.ee Phillips ... ..1.000 Miss Anna M. Elkiu e ncM ... 1.075 We also invite to sit w.th us all per- Anderson 3b . ,.4 0 I 1 0 2 Champ Clark still well in the lead is of such of the interest "State1, i Miss bis offei which under the vital to ever; '. Hill ef R- -l . 2.825 Miss I .el lie M. Mcltohcrts ...1,075 .1 0 0 0 0 0 in the Democratic contest nnd rapsons iutcicsttd in the establishment JsatuidaN. be sure to lmve them 111 Miss On, Fl.iv.l oter that he should write the Sens. . 4.400 Miss (Virie Anderson ... ... 1.225 of righteousness, State and NationMiss Elizabeth Carter idly gaining on all the other ljcfoietlie rtilsinjr hour. ators from this state and request 33 3 5 27 10 . 1.425 Miss r.liznbeth Ford Mis Alpha Holtzclnw ....1,200 al, thiouuh the ovcrthiow ot the leCoupons Clipped from .Paper . 1.000 Miss Jennie Lnwieuee .. ....2.025 galized liquor traffic. Gov. Woodrow Wilson second nnd them to support it. asked Mis P.ettie Reynolds A number of people hae AB R H PO A E in the midst of nn apparent slump, Le'iitie Committee; Fiances K ST. MARY'S Wavnesbura Brodhead .iiM)iis in the paper. About the Is there anything in all.thip wprli nnd 0(w W. Underwood holding Bciiuehamp, Stale Chaiimau, A. W. Newman ss . 2.125 Mi-must be brought or Miss Klsie SinuJctou Yurgin lb .... 4 1 2 5 1 The-- e 2.050 Cnrpente". Loretta Frith s coiion that is of more importance to yov Vice C'liairninu, C. A. 0 his around. before the dates Miss :'u!nh Hnzlett Mi-- s It. Madden lb . .4 0 1 10 0 0 1,250 Singer, went 4o the office Llizabeth Tharpe 41-l- t. That describes tho filiation, iu than good durestion? Food must bi ..1.07, Mi 1.025 Kowalski p . . . 4 0 0 0 theieon have expiied. The votes is- Alls. John Wentzel Matlie Wilinott eaten to sustain life and must the Democratic bottle. . 1.Q75 Mi-- s III Miss Mnwie 011i-......! llle UOOil 2,775 1. Jewell Francisco SUIHI till and converted into blood The Cincinnati Enquiier gavo the Tho Texas the largest battleship W. Madden 3b - JMjss Mmie Schlapoi ..1.250 4iny time up to the close of. the con4 0 0 2 3 2 coricct standing of delegates in the When the digestion fails the whol in the woild and the first to carry Barth lib Paint Lick . .2.100 ulmri'Ver slllnel llltliilis lire Mis Alai'V Morton iut body suffers, Chamherlain.'dTabi. guns, was launched McNaniaru cf , .4 0 0 0 0 0 piesidential nice as follows: .. 1.425 iouitccn-iuc- h ..1,25 Mrs. Fate Chadwell R D iiroii'ilit or senl in. wit ballots uni- Mi-- s Zciri Eubanka Republican Taft 414; Roosevelt lets nra a rational and reliable, curr siiccesslully nt Newpoit News, Vn. Edoleii If .... 3 0 0 0 0 0 ..1.325 Marksburv mailed to the Miss (liaee Jetfrevs ssued and ciu-- or Hctheiington c .3 1 1 10 0 0 395; uninstructed 113; Lafollctte 30, for indigestion. Thev increase th' S.ituulay. UKi Miss Sallie Gooch . . . 1.575 Mrs. Annie Pollard contestant Cummins 10; flow of bile, purify the blood e, Floyd Allen, fiist ot the NJiss Kvii Hortou 2.150 Mi.s Jennie Swope 1, 125 Vn., Read Carefully. Democratic Clark 302; Wilson strengthen the stpmnch, and tone ui 33 4 (I 27 13 3 murderers to be convicted, de1.050 Miss !!miiiim Hoehiu Danville 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 T 191; uninstructed 159;- - Underwood the whole digestive .apparatus to r clared he would not die in the elec-- ti Innings' .. 1 This ruljii!: v limit is made to Miss Emma Meier . . .' 2.073 Mivs Eliahclh Vermillion ....1,025 ..tanfi.id protect the contestants who do not ic chair. 10 3 8''; Harmon 9: Burko 10; Marshall natural a,nd Jicalthy action. Fat Preaclirrsvllle fL liss Mildred Cosby 2.800 St. Man's sale bv G.kI Peripv. 4 30; Baldwin 14. , yet understand about tho voles 1,42a Should they Mis Mary ndcrson Rads Split in Pulaski en Lebanon Junction . Summary Eaincd i Mrs, Dick 'Hampton .' 1,925 The Republican puity in Pulaski rHE INTERIOR JOURNAL coiintj ha- - now two sets ot officers. .'. St. Mnrv's lt'two base hits i Burm-Coleman: hits oft J'mbry 3 in 0 This Ballot 1,025 The Tntt wing net last week and Miss riinence Nooe $500 POPULARITY CONTEST off Penny 3 in 3 innings! Must Be 1,250 clectcu W. II. L')iis, county Good for 1,000 Voles. Miss Giuct' Slime .' Nomination Blank L. Waddle secietnrv and struck out by Ernbiy 7; by PenVoted on or Miss Viririe VihiiiisiI.iIh 1.175 ny fij Kowalski "i2: base oil balls CONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNAL: Walter Eliod, tieasiirer. The Roo- -i Before TMiss Murgnret Gentry 1,'. off Penny It off Kowal-k- i 4: doaelt followers, who met the smno 1 hereby nominate as a candidate In your $500 Popularity June 8th. Pprrvvlllp to McCarty to iluv but who adjourned on account ble play Coleman Contest: Miss Mary Hope Onrpeifler ..1,500 of the secretary no) having sent out Andeisou: iMs-e- d ball Waters! left FOR District .No..;..,. Mi- 1,175 the notices five days iu ndvnuee of nit bases Stanford a n m in w t Louise Green 7, St. Mnrv's t prescribed bv law, . lilt by nitc her bv Kmbrv. Heth- , Judson the meeting as Address Address . Umpnre Miss Minnie Ray ...,2,075 met Saturday and . electeds, the fol- ciinutnn, wlo saw theMr. Penny, all NOMINATED BY ,. This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed Fans county game were lowing officers, t I. Ro-Liberty v to the Contest Department of tho Interior Jouruu, will count cliiiiininn: J. R. Cook, secretary, nnd greatly pleased with it. Another Address 2,950 John Dikcui.iu. MUs Ada Wesley Both great game is piomUcd Saturday treasurer. tor the person whose name is wrifien thereon. 1,275 H'lle- - claim that theirs are the legalMiss Elizabelli, Portman snd ncessarv blanks and Instructions. when the ,111110 from the Eastern These ballots must be fastened together in paokages, V Miss Margaret1 Lee Umbos . ..l,42t ly elected officers. The Republican Stale Normal nt Richmond comes Kote Only one nomination blan'i will bo accepted tor any ont iLnxei(ie.vbvfaAi biting deposited. A miiiivniinn Soalnev. Kv. HuiTl T came "with Stanford. The Stuto Central Committee will sottlu for cmftMlftr.' ' Normals bent Stanford in a very 1.175 the contest. Miss Azile Elam Parksvijle ST. MARYS DEFEATS LOCAL ti.i r.olin 11. ...... 1.0.50 Miss L'nn Ovcrstrcct 1,450 1,225 3,175 BOYS IN HARD GAME ' ji.ih .... Aide-De-Ca- Ken-(Vc- ky t .!..... .I".. --- ,u "-- " .v'xJ.ia.Sni.S aaeOC?q5i - ,..,. -- ,,.;. ;': d. Sie far-fame- remnln-8fSinid.t.-- to tc .... Jroen. ni. , be,-sr- TS wm-nin- - V,r ......!... .... Ud .., er .....'.... ,. as Mc-Car- ty 1 m ff. 'tc rural-delive- ry mhj-foark- A .... .... .... vis-ito- ed .... Susie-Rober- ilv 1 fe .... .... R-- nnil-Mn- v .... ..4111 11 .' R-- n. .... .... nomi-ueee- .... .310010 us li .... 11 .412010 Hitl-vill- -- bsi-nptio's ..0000021 .000002110 rd ' 1 Nominate a Candidate. chuii-ni.uij- B. Good For 10 Votes en-tls- w ET-j-- yi 79 yMfS Tl- .' ' && ' m '"' '" v"-- " r":?r' rv -- ".": THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. -- , The Inierior Journal EtitbUihti 1873 M. SHORT LOCAL NEWS To The Democrats of Lincoln Countv "SUMMER TIME" is here, and in proper "Headwear" we are snowing the Stiff Sailor Straw, Soft Milan, Waterproof Milan and Panamas. the New English last, Drop Toe, tan And .gun metal, patent and In Footwear we are showing SHELTOX BAUFLET IN ADVANCE t II A YEAR BTniCTI.Y X KnttrtA at t ptttt1fitt trtond tUti nutl mtittr. JSttnftrd POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. aitMi Tf announttoimu In thli column art et for cfftrf, inblttt lo the tttlon primary i of the dtmocratfc COL. 3 V CHINJJ, of Mfrwr J. A. RULUVAN, of Madlwn Tr Ctxsrtu Far Cemm&nwealtbs Attorney EMMETT PURYEAR, OP BOYLE. W. S. BURCH. OP LINCOLN. 8. BAt'OHMAN B. W OIVEN'8 3. 0. WEATirEKFORD. T. J. HILL Tor County Juift M . for Shtrtf dull kid. 1 A S12C M. P. NORTH , White Cravanettes for the ladies who care. Call and see 'em. In Ladies' and Misses' Shoes we are showing Suedes, Patents, Gun s, Metals, Tans, Velvets and Nu-buck- Tcr Cirfm Ctttk 3. I), WEAREN 3 F HOLDAM Tcr Jtiltr PEYTON TARRISH OEOKOE DEDORDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM Y. II. HESTER A. CARSON Tcr Al'ftcr I L. BECK. S. M OWENS R H BRONAUOu r. C. 8AND1D0E ' " Ttr ilcgUtrali J. T ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS JOSEPH L. OOODE SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. Barry Camnitz, of Hustonville, has joined tbe Lexington Bine Orass League team, won the first ,'OBae he pictured last week, defeating Paris and her crack pitcher. Camnitz struck out four men and allowed but two scratch hits. The who Wallace Singleton, of Stanford, a graduate of the local high school last year, greatly distinguished himself in the annual Intercollegiate track meet held in Lexington last week. Young Singleton was on the State University team and took first Association honors in the broad jump and third Louisville American team, which is hard up for pitchers in the running high jump. State ought to give this lad a trial, for he won first honors in the meet, Berea ran undoubtedly make good there. Collgec second, Central University Harry won another came Sunday. third and Transjlvania third. J.L.Beazley &Co SPRING SUITING AND UNDERTAKERS DEAL. ALSO ER IN FURNITURE, MATTINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. QIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE New Goods Long Kid Gloves, 16 buttons; prices. and black. All colors in long white gloves. Beautiful line of parasols, all colors and , My new spring 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 will be. made when quality and fit is considered. Come in and let me take Gov. Foss, of Massachusetts, deyour measure. serves the highest commendation for H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. permitting the law to take its course in the case of Rev. Clarence V. T. Richardson, the Baptist minister, who murdered his cast off sweetheart that he might marry an heirToo many times a maudlin ess. for sentiment works successfully clemency when the criminal is prominent and has powerful friends. Richardson's crime wns the more hideous because of the position he held. It is awful enough when a in white, man in tbu common walks of life causes the death of another, but when such hypocrisy and shamo is found in the pupit of the Most High, a double cause for horror, is found. Arc the democrats of Kentucky poing to heed the advdse of the Courier-Journwhich did nothing to help elect JleCreary governor, and vote to defeat for chairman of the state committee Itufus Van Sant tbe b?g brained inountaineir who worked for months unceasingly and save of his money freely to redeem an Kentucky from republicanism! Sant, Mayo, Haly, Rhea and others of M'Creary's friends 'who have been illificd by the Courier Journal and Times every day for over a month, are the men who did the work that resulted in a 30,000 majority last Kovember. What did Henry Watler- on do? Not a single thing but sulk in his tent while the battle raged. And now he and his henchmen are trying to convince the democrats vf the state thut they ought to bo given complete control of the party. Such insolence and unmitigated gall is insufferable. If the democrats of down Kentucky vote to turn M'Greary, Van Sant and their friends at the State convention nest week, and place the honors upon the poliWatterson Whallen gang tical pirates they deserve to be overwhelmingly defeated in the nest $late election, as they undoubtedly In view of the announcement of Brighten up your old buggy. All the enndidacy of several of my opkinds of painting and repairing ponents having been mnde, justico neatly done at the most reasonable to mv friends and myself demand prices. W, J. Romans, Lancaster. that I should not refrain longer from announcing my candidacy. I havo Lost. Purse containing imporfor somo time as many of you know tant papers. Reward for return to intended offering myself to the 38-this office. of the county for It to the office of Sheriff. Mnil order groceries, investigate has been my privilege to serve the and save money. John II. Iligiins, people of the county a term as sher 40-iff, for WMR-I- l I linVr e?tr JSIt ?.C Stanford, Ky. l'honc 74. ful, and during the term of my ser-ic- e, in the discharge of my duties I with the leadlnq Insure Fish k Bromley represent endeavored to trrove myself faithful to the trust imposed by you, and v them. All lines. loyal to the best interest of the county. The cxjicrience thnt a term U. S. Marshal J. A." Coleman, of the office affords would better Deputy Collector, W. L. Inabnit, equip me now, and would enable roe Chief of Police, Henry XJ. Waddle, to discharge the duties of the office Policeman Bob Warren and John with more ability and efficiency. I Waddle destroyed the largest moonhave great assurance of victory at shine still ever found in Pulaski the Primary in August 1913, and will countv early Wednesday morning, make an active canvass of the cqun-t- y four miles west of Fnubush. Over to this end, nnd hope to have the .$100 worth of property was des privilege of trrcsenting my canditroyed, including 400 gallons of beer dacy to every democratic voter in 100 callous smdines and one of the the county before the primary.. If most complete7 stills. Charlie Gar nominated and elected to the office ner wns found in charge of the still 'of sheriff 1 pledge myself to a strict enforcement of the laws, and to disand wns arrested. Somerset charge all the dutic of the office with vigilance and without fear of The McKinney Band will furnish favor. I therefore announce myself as n the music at Elixir Springs opening Saturday Mny 25. The band boys candidate for the Democratio nomhac their new uniforms nnd arc ination to the office ofto Sheriff of the action Lincoln countv. subject The bnnd open for all of the democratic party. Having will give a concert and strawberry considered the party's interice cream supper on R. II. Metcnlf's est paramount to any nan's or anv lawn, Saturday night May 25. Ev- candidate's interest I shnll and will erybody cordially invited at both support the nominees of the party, whoever thev may be. concerts. I assure -- on that I will be grate Denhnm's ful for your assistance, nnd that any Putc cnnnel coal at yard at Stanford and Rowland. interest manifested by you in mv behalf will be greatly appreciated. Price 14 cents per bushel. 38-Yours Very Truly, T. J. HILL, SR Get a nice box of Nunnellcy's fresh candy, for a graduating presSee Us Before 'Buying ent. G. L. Penny's Resnll Store. 3. 2. com-paniin 3. SHOES FOR ' MEN When we say MEN we mean sizes 5 to 13, and when we say Shoes for Men we mean ALL KINDS OF MEN Men who labor indoors or out, men who loaf or men who court; in fact, a Shoe for every man. -- H IF you want a shoe for mud and dew, a shoe to stay on your feet and make your feet easy--i- f you want a good one then try a t in black or tan, plain or cap toe, MENZIESE IT Your Spring Goods E. D. Pennington, County Sur General .Farm Surveying. vevor. Phone 1"2, Stanford, Ky. Supt. G. Singleton asks the I. J. to state to .the boys in the comgrowing contest, that the corn was sent out late, and after having nuje examined by some of our best fanner-- , finds that it is not good seed corn and same will be returned. If any of the boys still wjint corn they van f,et it at T. D. Ncwland's store, without any co-- t to them. Crab Orchard The death of K. D. Noakcs is ouite a loss to the entire community He made us a good magistrate. One thing could be said ot him. He ful tilled raot all of the requirements that it takes to make a Christian entleman. In time of war he serv ed his country and made a valiant soldier. Since pence was proclaim ed he has been serving- hi God as a Baptist minister. He ha filled his mission und has now gone to meet his wife, who preceded Inin. We believe that all men can say about Squire Noakes "Peace to his ashes," and that he is now where there is no sadness nor sorrow, nor saying lare-wel- l, for he was a. soldier for Jesus for 30 years. He necr deserted nor left his post. We can only say to his many relatives and friends, Pre pare to meet him. All is well with - Have nice Selection of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and sec our Stock and be convinced. rawhide or leather soles, leather that remains soft and shoes that wear at $3, $3.50 and $4.00. For the man who loafs or does light work, then there is nothing else to do but get a WALKOVER, $3.50 to $6.00, or a NETTLE- TON at $5, $5.50 or $6. Tans and blacks, low and high shoes, lace or button. oooooooooooooooo00" u,m?, insEunR H. 7. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky I THERE IS REAL PAINT and" Cultivators Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators, ready for this Season. Try One I tan Cotton corduroy, all colors. Striped batiste, Cotton voiles, Satin striped, Hosiery galore, Etc. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. Mississippi democrats instructed for Underwood for president. The k Naw World his decbrcd that the Alabama leader is 'the strongest candidate the democrats can nominate. Lqoks mighty like Underwood will hold the key to the Baltimore nomination, nnd as he is a Kentuck-iahis nomination would please Kentuckinns equally as well as that of Champ'Clark. Y.-.rn, House Cleaning Time Let us furnish you new matting and1 curtains Gov. McCrearv says he is not a candidate for United States SenatoT and that his sole desire is to be a "faithful and efficient governor,'' which he is beyond nil peradventuro of u doubt. And how thoroughly the democrats of Kentucky appreciate this will be amply and well demonstrated at the state convention May 29th. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. Attention Democrats Pursuant to a call of tbe Democrat io State Executive Committee, the democrats of Lincoln county are hereby called to meet in mass convention at the courthouse in Stanford, Ky., on Saturday May, 25, 1912, at 1:30 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of choosing 10 dele gates, to the state comention to bu held in Louisville May 29tb, at whicb time delegates from Kentucky to the National Democratio Convention will be chosen. All democratio voters of this county are invited to be present at the county convention, Saturday, May 20. G. L. PENNY, Chairman Lincoln County Democrat- ic Committee. 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 ba'vcn't take our adice and don't Buy our real paints experiment. and saie yourself disappointment and money as well. him. took the J. A. ALLEN. Mrs. Kate Gliadwiek Stanford. Ky. train the 19th to visit her son John who is in the shoe business in Detroit. Wo wish her n. olensant trin and a safe return. Sunday morning about 7 o'clock .Mrs. Lizzie Barker's coal house was discoered to be on lire. A large crowd gathered but too late to save the building. The door was locked. It remains to be found out mom the house caught. all will be Prof. T. B. Culton returned home Sparta College, where he has from of His been teaching for two years intentions are 'to take up the practice of law. Dr. William II. Hughes left here See us before you sell, get a few days ago to canvass Pulaski price in country or delivered. county, selling his medicine. When he returned found out to his great PHONE 153. surprise that his wife and most everything that he possessed was poncJ He has recovered the most of his tilings. His wife bought her ticket for Cincinnati, O. T.K.TUDOR, Mgr. We understand that there was a and killed in (ho pond carp fish shot at Preachersville that weighed 35 pounds. Paul Reynolds, eon of Sam Rey nolds and who belongs to the regular army, is stationed at Columbus, O., returned to his command bundny night. He is single and his trip was not especially to see his father and mother either. Paul is a good boy. Uriah Albright departed this life Sunday. He had been sick and unable to come to town for more than two mouths. The neighborhood will miss hira in many ways. We are UNDERTAKER AND BMiALMER sorry to give him up. It appears to STANFORD KENTUCKY. . me like that deaths are more nnd especially with the men Office Phene 187. Home Phone 35. more than sixty. It is wonderful. Mr. Baker, who lived near here, and was about tbe same age, died the No.ll,8ontb,lliMr.M. same day. He was a splendid old No. , Hoatb, 10S46 A M. M. Vo.U,Jorih,i)A. M. gentleman and had many friends Ko.M, North, 6t9 r. and few if any enemies. We wish No.17,10:a. M. No,W,l:Or.n. them bctth the full enjoyment tot . Heaven and all of its allurements. We have the Oliver and The Highest Market Price W.H.Higgins Small Accounts Encouraged One need not hnve a lare account with this bank in order to enjoy the privilege it confers. Believing thnt cncouragc.nciit tends to dot clop the resources of tho small depositor, It is the policy of this bank to give appreciative attention to all who bring their business hwe, regardless vf the size of Your account is invited. their transactions. paid for Produce, kinds Hides and Furs. H. B. Northcott Thi Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Surplus Cnpital $100,000 W. II. SHANKS, Prcs. W. M. IIRIQUT, Cash. $100,100.00 Itesources $500,000 J. B. I'AXTON, V. Prcs. J. W. ROCHESTER, Asa't Cash J. C. McClary Corner Next to Court House First National Bank STANFORD, KY. Capital $50,000; Surplus $25,000 Small Accounts They make up the larger amounts of our deposits. OUR SMALLEST DEPOSITORS RECEIVE pre-vole- nt LSN, TIMETABLE SIIcitri and Rscalvad. THE SAME CARE- jot. met, Ant. FUL AND COURTEOUS A7TENTI ON AS THE LARGEST. fiWWrwi i 4tyfjtffgmi 'W ft THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ' CLEARANCE PRICES ON Expression pupils of Miss Jnck- rive some fine numbers both Tuesday and Thurnflay evenings. oii will 3 NO TAXES on Your The Fulton Mimic Co., care Interior Journal otflce. 385 Spring Suits and Silk Dresses THE opportunity awaited it now presented, when you may select from our tock of this season's best style Tailored Suits and Silk Dresses and be asked topay only a fraction of their actual value. A combination of unon desirable merusual conditions is responsible for this drastic price-cuttin- g chandise. Our policy of selling everything in its season is being strictly adhered to, , no matter what loss may be sustained. Detailed description of these garments, we feel, is unnecessary at this time; enough to say that the selection is sufficiently varied to pleasefall tastes, and that you can now buy at practically your own prise. For Sale. My entire stock uf single comb brown leRhornh Jt fifty lenttt each (to make room for prow-in- p barcain if taken at once. Mrn. Ji Mack J'ctrey, K. ". D. No. 1, WuyntsburK, Ottenheita IJox. stock.) A 41-4- p. Hammonds sold his Flnndcrs enr to a LancaHter party and him bought a neat little Ford runabout. T. I'r. J. Clothes And You Owe It To Yourself To Wear The Best. "'roRress in a duty of life." is the motto of the Bach Club and if ill ro to the opera house von Thursday eveninc you will be con- incel thnt these younj; musicians ure trying to live true to then: motto. i After expenses are paid the door rrrcipts Tne.dav and Thursday niphtH at the recital of .the Piano and Exprerfiifcn departments of the graded school will be used for the benefit of the music department of the sdhool. Admission 25, and 35 cent;, school children 10 cents. one heavy plat: wagon, one light plat-liirform spring wagon, one pin rey, ng light surrey, one buck-boaor runabout; Mill sell or trade for ho'.'t and cattle. Call op oi address .Masters (c Itowyer, McKinney. Wo hnvc sjrt-im'two-hor- We carry a full line of them in All-Wo- ol Suits from Welsh & Wiseman Co. KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, SOCIAL and PERSONAL Mr. Charles Lutes went to Crab Hus- for sale S12Mt0$3(M0 I ni rd Mis Snllin Hilli.rt. of Mitchells- burg is the guest of Mrs. James Mc- - Ike. Mr. Welch Rochester went to Orchard. MiBg Saturday to see his sister, Mrs. Frank Lee. Little Miss IsabMIc Warren is visiting her Mer, Mrs. C. F. Garnett, Saturday and remained until Monday with relate eh and friends. The latter attended the Alumni banguet there Saturday night. Itv. anil Mrs. J. It. Jonc nre rejoicing oer the arrival of a son, James Shannon, who wai born Saturday night. Mrs. L. I). Powell and children, of Heeoh Grove, Ind., are visiting her mother, Mrs. M. S. Mason in the country. Mrs. W. T. Dnvis returned home last Friday from a severnl months' hojonni at St. Petersburg. Fin. She is muali improved in health. I'we-ill- e Sun. Walton, who hns Mis.s Lucy been attending school in Nashville, arrived Thursday night to be the guest of her aunt. Mrs. G. It. Coop-- r. After a shoTt visit here, she will go to Somerset to spend tho rest of her vacation with her father, Mr. E. C. Walton. o Von Alliunn in Cash has returned MUs Clara from a Visit in Lancaster to Miss Kathcrinc Harris. Kntherine came home, with her to spend the hummer with her father. Mr. J. It. Harris. Dr. M. M. Phillips and brother, Mr. Albert Phillips, went to London lui-villc. tonville, was in town a while Friday. Mr. C. Hays Foster is in I'ine-vill- c with her pn rents, Dr. 0. I. Nuckols and wife. Mr. Sallie Saufley is spending days with her daughter, Mrs. Logan nt Wihuui. S. Miss Daisy Yeutch. of Louisville, lr.t Saturday and Sunday with hie mint, Mrs. Will Hrady. Editor E. C. Walton, and eon Claiborne, of Somerset, came up Sunday lor n few days. ew MIsk Knte Waters 'pent days in Danville t week with Mrs. Ji. C. Wray. Mrs. S. A. Keith, of Maysvillc w here visiting her lattier, Mr. X. W. Fowle and sister Alpha. Mrs. Adolph Von Grucnigan and Mrs. children atc YJsfting her la-.si-t- Etta T. Carpenter, of Mis Cora Nunnelley and brother Robert, nnd Ora Harnett, of Huston-villwere here a while Friday. Mrs. Charles Lutes, went to Crab Orchard Saturday to s;end several days with her husband who is at the Spitler Sanatorium. Dr. It. Ramsey and wife were the guests of their son, Mr. T. It. Rum-se- y nnd family at Lancaster Saturday. MUs Jennie Newlnml is visiting lir sinter. Mrs. S. M. Dniieiin in Dal las, Tenas and her brothers, Messrs. T. I), and .). It. New land at Wichita Falls, Texa. Little Miss Arnola Ramsey, who has been , staying here with her irrnndparents, Dr. 11. Ramsey and wife and going to school, returned to her home at Paint Lick. Miss Mary Games, who spent the winter with her mint, Mrs. It. Alexander, enme home Saturday to sec ber father. Mr. W. It. Gaines. Mrs. Iwi Tnckir, who has been nursing little Margaret Adam Pennington, for some time, was called to iier home at Cedar Creek, hjS the illness of her granddaughter. Miss Nancy Yeager, of Stanford, with Danville l sending n few dayfriends nnd relative". Mrs. W. 1). Hoekcr and Mrs. 11. I'nmnztz, of Uustonville, are visiting Mrs. Walter V'tnarsdall, on the Lexington pike. Danville Advocate. Fnends of Miss Mnrthn Paston Moffett, formerly of Lebanon, nre in receipt of invitations to the graduating exercises of the Randolph-Maco- n Woman's College. Lynchburg. Vn. Miss M.iffett, who is a member of the class, is pleasantly remembered bv the young people of lmving visited here in the C olumbia. tn-tnnd her mnnv friend1? con gratulate her on tho completion of her course, nnd the honors attained at this institttlion of learning Columbia News. e, . at Crab Orchard. HtMIIIUMtttnt'tltM Mlj Smart Hats We have a number of eleaant hats In small shape Derbies and Sailors Which run up to $3.50. we now offer choice at of Greensburg, Ky., "We use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in our own a T,n:i... Mr. Joe Francis, of Lancnster, ) iuiss .iiaijr j)uiiey, ui r..i. vuu" household and know it is excellent." i.. .. jiuv was here a short time Sunday. ard, is the guest of Miss Motsy For sale by Penny's Drug Store. Miss Ellen- - Scott is visiting Miss Grime8. In obedience to an ordinance of Addie Scott at Cra Orchard. Misses Mnry Lee and Elizabeth Mrs. E. M. Eaton, of Cnrcy, is Oivens, of Hubble, are the guests of the City Council of Stanford, Ky., 1 will on the 22d day of May, 1912, in here visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. Miss Mnnon Grimes. Mrs. Rodefer of Bristol, Tenn., front of the court house door in R. Coleman. nnd Mrs. Snyder .and daughter, of Stnnford. Kv.. nt about 1 o'clock P. ".Mrs. W. E. Glover, went to LouisGhuttimoogn, have been the recent M., offer for sale, at public outcry a ville, Monday to visit her mother-in-laguests of Mrs. E. T. Bearley. Glover. franchise to operate a water and Mrs. Thomas A. E. Underwood nnd sister, Mrs. Miss Annie Lee Pernn, of Ander- Mary E. Parsons, of Corbin, were light plant in Stanford, Ky. No bid son, Ind., is here vHting her aunt, Msiting friends nnd relatives here for less thnn $50 will be accepted. Mrs. W. It. O'Rannon. early in the week. Both are former Any one desiring to see n copy of the franchise, will call on me. L. R. Mios Ella Rigney, of Hustonville, Lincolnites. 38-- 4 is here visiting her grandparents, - Mr. ('. It. Coleman ran down from HUGHES, City Clerk. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rigney. the coal mines in Bell county, to see Tnrr George Newland and his son, Harris Coleman, graduate thAll fc.1 . u.t ....... .Mcssts. i. i ii IM tiiumr ntbrr dlwvtti 1K.I Ul ctiHT ft Ul Ul tUr L Wesley Embry were in Louisville n from the IL'gh School. Young Mr. 'cw )rrn whu eppuM-- u t tjcirfth.. for i rrife muij )rr dotluf IiFimiouikkI It local dbicAir &u Coleman wus valedictoinan of his prmribvd local rtfnrdirft. uid by acoiutuauy luumi short time Monday. kir&l k Miss Bcrtn Jean Penny has re- class, and is one of the finest young to rurs wtth prtjvcotrtalmmt. toprououiirre) It Incur!(ja In a cotjttltaltocai Caurrti Sfkf.ce run home from Ward's Seminary men ever turned out by the local ea. aacd ttrrefort Ktiulrsa conlltuttoi.al utatnitt.1 turned III., CaUrrb Cure m&nufju tured by 1 i CLrcr: institution. iy Oitltullonal cult c theOo T'Jtlc Ol i. at Nashville. (nm ..I i u.fctu James Robinson, of the Hubble it iua.iVtnarmonrul ItbiUmaiir in doaM tt)i bloc :t amp to a acta dtrrcUr on Mis. G. 11. Bradshaw, formerly section, m o'K of the aged father of Messrs. and rnucoua hurfatt-- any ura aytt (alia They cntt Seu to cuie. Miss Eminu Napier, of Rowland, is J. A., John nnd J. E. Robinson, has fauadrrd dotara for tor nrcuiar aDd tMilimoDUIa. Xneuds at Rowland. Visiting Addrm I 1 CHENEY A CO. Tuicdo. Ohio. been in feeble health for several Hold by DruixUta. 75c. Rev. Willium Hopper, of Burnside, weeks, his many iriends will regret Take llau a Famur I'Mla lor con.mriat. stopped otr between trains, Mon- to know. Mr. Robinson is 87 years oii" his way to Paneville. day old, one of the patriarchs of this The Fulton Music Co., will have Mrs. Will Scott, of Danville, is section. an experl piano tuner in Stanford here visiting her sister, Mrs. E. L. about the middle of next week. Leave . Iteiuhart. 3G-- 2 orders nt I. J. office. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Miss Mary Phelps, of Richmond, is the guest of her uunt, Mrs. RichWatches, jewelry etc., for graduFor graduating presents go to ard ilocker. ating presents nt Mueller's. 40-- 2 Penny's Rexnll Stoie. Mrs. C. P. Stucky, of Louisville, is the gueet ot her parents, Mr. and story 8 For Just Teecivt-d- , another shipment room Sale or Rent: Two Mrs. W. L. Murphy. . residence, good garden, barn McWhorter, of Lex- of clothing. Call and see what we etc. Mrs. Walker Immediate possession, Hughes 41-- 1 have. Sam Robinson. r. ington, is visiting Mrs. lluft and McCarty. Attend the ice cream and strawMisses Sulliu Burdette and Elin-bet- h There came to my place, n steer. iiiggius were in Dutiville Sat- berry supper at the Newtonian, at Hustonville, May 24. for benefit of Owner can get same by describing, urday. Misses Lena and Mary D. Eads Hustonville ball club, admission 15 paying for keep nnd thi notice. W. L,' Cordier, Stnnford, Ky. of McKiuney, weie in town Satur- cents. day. The most successful year in the J. J. Elliott, of McKinney, who Mr. A. T. Rider, of Louisville, and has been in very poor henlth for sev- history of the music department of Mr. Geoige Land, of Lexington, Ginded were guests! ol Mr. C. R. Coleman eral weeks is much improved. His the Stnnford evening. School will As n fitmany iriends here hope he will soon close Thursdav during Commencement exercises. ting close the handsomest medal evJudge J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, be out again. er given in Stanford will be awardlooking bale and heaity, was in town The Ladies' Aid Soicetv of the ed to the pupil who has made the Louthis week ou legal business. Baptist church will meet with Miss greatest improvement. don Echo. Friday afternoon Misses Julia Williams, Jennie Rog- Mollie Daught-rt- y Judge L. W. Bethurum, of Alt. nt two o'clock. ers, mid Elsie Singleton, ot Vernon, passed through Stnnford have been tho recent guests Call at once nt E. T. Pence's if last week en route home from Frnnk-ior- t, of Misses Sallie and Osie Farmer. where he was on legal business. you nre in need of a second hand Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haselden Judge Bethurum is mentioned as n and sous, J. It. and Duncan, of Lan- hnfgy. probably candidate for the republicaster, were here Sunday for u short Oliver nnd Brown cultivators are can riominntion for ocngress in tbo time. Eleventh District in a year or two, Mrs. II. E. Thompson, who has going rapidly. Get in the lirocession nnd would undoubtedly tako 'the this week. Nothing equal to them. been visiting her parents, Mr. and ' measure of the notorious Caleb Pow -41-- 1 Mr. Will Beck, will return to her W. II. Higgins ers. home at Three Rivers, Wisconsin, The largest Sunday school, that iVediesdny. John Hayden, tho well liked colMiss Minnie Welsh, who has been hap ever heen in Stnnford. was on ored night man at tho St. Asaph the popular music leader ut Lancas- last Sunday morning nt the Chris- Hotel, and who is also an expert ter, tho past term, drovo over froui tian church. There were 202 present. chauffeur, was granted Iiccnso at Lancaster Snturdny evening and Wanted. 50 men nnd boys to the recent meeting of tho City Coun took the trnin here for her home at cil to open a billinrd nnd pool room Camphellsville. Mr. Harry Tomlin- - strip blue grass seed, strippers fur- in Macksville. John snys ho will nished nt $2.!50 each. Payment tak- run son brought her hero to the trnin. high class place in every parMessis. John Bethurum, Jake Be- - en in seed. W. S. Fish and W. T. ticular and will not permit any t, Alexnnder, 40-3- t. tlmrum nnd John Williams, of Stanford, Ky. "rough houso" work ot his place. stopped over between trains on Tuesday, on their way to Mt. ernon. They will visit Mrs. Mary J. M. Howell, n popular druggist f.. Blue. Grey and Brown are popular colors, and we have stocked-u- p on a full line of them for your inspection. They fit you, they wear you, and cost you less than ever. Cummins I- fc Wearen 1(1 Stanford, Kentucky REMEMBER THE FORD SOME Ir -- "New Process" FEATURES PRODUCES HOTTER FIRE USES LESS OIL GIVES QUICKER RESULTS SIMPLE TO OPERATE EASY TO CLEAN -- Dud-deia- ALL PARTS REMOVABLE AND INTERCHANGEABLE. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard Kentucky. Way-ncsbur- g, nrlVA Yllll aViVii riHf ? 1lHMHBC7(-'V73'24Va- Sotn-eise- Williams. Mrs. W E. Arnold nnd Miss Knth- $1.50 The Saunders Millinery Store Danville, Kentucky East Main Street. E.H4HM m""" erine Arnold, of Danville nnd Mrs. lrownrd Dawsie, of Carlisle, came over with Rev. W. E. Arnold Sunday afternoon nnd were tho guests of Mrs. Jessie Stagg and family. Attorney E. C Moore, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Bullion, Miss Gihbing nnd Mills Ollie Phillips, of Liberty, spent Sunday with Mr. Ed Wilkinson nud fnmjly. Miss Phillips remained nnd will be Miss Gertrudo Wilkinson's guest. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tate, Mrs. Leila Cook nnd Mrs. Henry Phillips will go to Somerset Wednesday to attend the District Sunday school and the C. W. B. M. conventions, which will be held Wendesday aud Thursday. Be Comfortable We have just placed onJSale an elegant assortment of Fancy Parasols and Fans. Prepare for them today by putting all your valuables in our safety deposit vaults. 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., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Depo.it. $69,897.81. Surplus $4,181.43 W. L. McCARTY, Pres. G, L. PENNY, V. Pres. M. SALIN, Cashier. Severance & Son I. J. DREADS, J. s. RICE, V. Pres. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, ajaAUJitfhJBattaiSS v '. iMmrr- r-- ir i - Ki V''?T;si " - rriv ?- - J: . ' t THE STANFfftt 0 For Sale pound steers for delivery Juno 1st. A. W. Carpen-to- r, Morelnnd, Ky. It. ' Fftr Sale Two ierscv cows, one. giving two "gnIlons a day and the other three. E. C. Garrr.hu, Lojxan Avenue. In. Two valuable mules belonging to C. T. Pehee were killed by the enrly morning passenger train one day lust week on the track near his l'unii near Rowland. A negro farm-han- d was turning them from one pasture into another, when the hyrids dash ed down the track and were cut to pieces. The pair was "Raid to- he nn extra fine one nnd worth easily $500 . 71-00- INTEftHW JWWNAL 3TANF0W, KENTUCKY.' IN MEM0RIAM fc. 7 $1 WHEAT Wide we vance, if Guard Your Children Against Bowel Trouble Many children at an early age become constipated, and frequently serious consequences result. Not being able to realize his own condition, a child's bowels should be constantly watched, and a gentle laxative given when necessary. Dr. Miles Laxative Tablets are especially well adapted to women and children. The Shters of Christian Charity, SJI Charles St., Luzerne, Pa who attend many cases of sickness say of them: "Soma tlma uto w baiznn untn Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets srel nnd ttiftt wa Ilka them very much. TWf acUn Is excellent tfek it better bisi-ne- ss Mt ti toy wbeat hi ad- ay tfov farmer friends tt grade No. wisk to eigage their comng crop we'll pay (1 per taskd, far, July delivery, Wheat gimITine lifted Aqalnst Sheep Scabies In Many Counties Advice to Farmers Bledsoe Bailey, Sheep Inspector of Lincoln county, bus been notified that on May 1, both federal and Mtnte 2 quarantine against sheep scab ies was removed in all Kentucky counties lying west nnd south of the Green and Big Horn rivers, thoce counties having completed the work nnd eradicated the disease from that section. The quarantine on the remainder of the State will be removed just ns scon ns the few remaining infected Joe Phillip, of Lebanon, recently flocks are properly treated. THE FARMERS The purchased in Washington county Government and State Insiectors colts, ranging are efaht extra fine mulo in this work and Posted Fred Tlandor'f. in price from $100 to $125 per head are making a stonig effort to com"few registered Tumworth pigs A Miller at Campbcllsville stat plete the work in the near future. for sale at real bargain, prices. Send that the supply of who.it is running Sheep owners, farmers and traders for description iur'culnr. W. A- - Cof- short, thereby causing a dull season can greatlv assist in this work nnd 48-4fey & Sou, McKinney, Ky. in the milling trade. While the mills shorten the time lor (he removal of two-- j there will not stop running; they will I have a splendid the quarantine if they will report ear-ol- d jack, black with white be hardly able to run full time until to the inspectors all existing flocks of infected sheep. Government exfaints that I will stand" to 20 mares the" new wheat 'comes in. A cold storage warehouse is to be perts are here in' the fiefd 'and will U8 at $8 apiece. 'Ed 'Ballard; elected at Bardstown with a capac- personally supenise and give as T. C. Rankin bought 6 'head of ity new of five cars. mules wlien completed The be structure sistance to the owners of nil diseasand' ed sheep in the proper nnd careful an up-twill Irom T. J. Roberts, of Hubble for date warehouse and modern in every treatment of their flocks, tt you $100 per head. particular. Excavation for the foun- hnVe scab in your sheep or know of T. J. Price, of Lancaster, sold 20 dation ofrthe building has 'already an intected flock, you are requested head of feeding cattle to J. M. Cress commenced to report that fact to either your bf Preachersville for October 10th I The dIsti'llers nt New HoDe closea county inspector or the government uciicjr wi tu i'c uuuu.vu. mown lor the season Saturdav. A lav inspector and they, will give you reW. A'.P"ce: o La.n?asier 111. The. rattle that were fed there liable instructions And help ynu get aoraB 'am" nnd owned by Duwsou Bros., of New rid of this disease. imneu or B '""l " J among' them to J. M. Qress at. This time last year tjiere were Tlaven; po,d t0 partleg in Irf. , I. m l pr head. ' I uiannpous ui i cenis per' pouuu. more than one thousand flanks in' B. P. Patton, of Madison bought These cattle were shipped to Indian fected with scabies in Kentucky. At d CO he.ulof and about eighty ' flocks are npolis Saturday. From there they present heifers at Stanford court day, jwy-iti- g werc'forwarded to New York City known to be still infected and are '' being properly treated. But all dis5 cents per hundred! and thence to Liverpool. Peale Bros.f'of Jessamine, bought Gentry Bros., of Boyle sold 198 eased flocks have not been located, a bunch of cattle at the Stanford Lead ot export cattle fbr July deliv- and it is of great importance that stork pens which cost them around ery to James Weil for the Nelson such be reported nt once so that 0 cents. v Morris1 Tacking" Co., of New Yort proper treatment may be given; thus C A. Arnold, )f Garrard, shipped nnd.Cbicagp.at eight cents a pound allowing the lambs to be marketed of hogs 'from Lancaster Tins "the highest price secured for and rendering possible the carlv re a is moval of the quarantine. to 'the Queen City'artct. fc this character ih Boyle Quit a number of flocks have J. M. Cress bought, 552 head of ca'tfle of since the Civil war. The county recently become infected ns n result sheep, from George Holmes at $0 per bunch will be delivered . in July. It is of purchasing sheep head. that the 'average weight flocks already" diseased. from other The ownJ. T. Twitch, the, mule buyer of estimated1,500 pounds. will be ers of infected sheep are forbidden Mercer County, was in life west end Considerable amount of stock was by law to dispose or remove from of Ho vie 1'iHt week, buvinc mulo tolls. He' 'bought ti'iu 'following, all on the market, consisting mostly of their premises any sheep until cured mares: 'One of Xhofnas P., Stignll, cattle and sheep. A few plug hor and written petmision h. given by for sale, for $100, oue of C. M. TucKer, for ses were also offeredpurchasing bill the inspector. Persons contemplat this ing buying sheep should first ascer$90, ?ne of Joe !M. Tarkiiigton. Jr.. buyers were slow in for $100, two frqni J. S. Owens, for kind of stock. Auctioneer H. M. tain ihe condition of ihe auiimiM de$215'for the two, one of John Un- - Brussells reports the following sales sired and cccure from the inspector per' head; 5 n permit for the removal of the name ' 0 calves at $21.50 Jarwn..1 for mil " 7 By using a h precaution, uvlurciier MaV Cohen has been a busy man calves at $20 each; for the' past few weeks lie is "special steers, $40 per head; l0 sheep, 'with spread of the disease will at once stop. representative of the Louisville & steers, $49.C0 each; 34 All f.'iimers. sleep owners, buyNushilfle ' Ruirroud und has had in lambs thrown in, $0.00 per head; 14 charge the job of shipping nearly sheep with lambs, $5.50 per head; ers, shippers and others interested of. slop fed 5 yearjing heifers, $23, per head; 10 nio urgently requested to carefully three hundred the state's regulations and rattle from the distilleries in Frank- wlieep, wjlh lambs thrown in, $5.G0 ol'M-rvmare an'd to gne flssisiance asked. By co lin, Fayette and Anderson ranged n'er head; 1 from $0.50 to $7.50 nnd they were mule colt, .$110; 2 yearling steers. doing, this disease will be shortly shipped to the Consolidated Dressed $20.50 each; 19 calves, $10 per. head eradicated and fuither economic Beef Co., of Philadelphia, the New .1 calves, $13.50; 11 yearling steers, loss to the sheop,induUvy Mopped. York Dressed Beef Co., and other $28.3.i each, A yearling steers. Rockcastle Boy Pardoned. hig concerns. In 'the past two $23.80. Lebanon Enterprise. On coufession of the man who Cress & Jones shipped 30 head of mouths Mr. Cohen has had charge dollars worth of. cattle. Danville cattle, weighing from 000 to 1200 pleaded guilty to the robbery of n of the shipment of nearly n million pounds to Green nnd Embry, of Cin hoy car in Rockcnstle county, of cinnati. Thw same stock company which offense Habe Med nre was Advocate. R. M. Edwards, the 'Memphis bought 20 fat cattle from A. T. Nun-nell- convicted, Gov. McCrenry Inst week nnd 29 head of stocli cattle crnirted n full and free pardon 'to horseman, bought a fine horse from t ?oj0 per hun McClure. McClure is only 10 years W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, for from Mr. Moore old and is now conifned in the State $300, n first-clas- s equine from Jus dred. Cress nnd Jones shipped n car School 'of Reform nt Greendale. He 1. Hamilton, for $300, a good horse was charged with being nn accomone load of hosrs. 00 in number, weigh irom Vinson noge-- lor that cost them plice of n man who is now serving a from Joe Clark for $210, one from ins about penitentiary. Thtfmu:. II. Hi Biuwii, for $175, nnd ono from- - from 7 to 7,1-- 1 cents ta4ho Queen term " .', 7M dun confessed, declaring that McCharles Ruy for $105. . .t'lty tEftrkcf.;, Clure had nothing to do with the robborj'' J. H. Bailsman & Co. - Stanford, Kentucky. nd wa r )rrtfut for having been roads acquainted with them, Wa have had fond reeults In everr cass and tha 8Utera are very much pleased." The form and flavor of any medi-cin- e is very important, no matter who is to take it. The taste and appearance arc especially important when children are concerned. All narents know how hard it is to give the average child "medicine." even though the taste is partially dis- cuised. In using Dr Miles Lax ative Tablets, however, this difficulty is overcome. The shape of the tablets, their appearance and candylike taste at once appeal to any child, with the result that they are taken without objection. The rich chocolate flavor and absence of other taste, make Dr. Mjles' Laxative Tablets the ideal remedy for children. If the first box fails to benefit, the price is returned. Ask iyour druggist. A box of as doses cot only as cents. Never sold in bulk. k -- p. MILKS MIDICAL CO.. Klkhart, Ind. big-bon- sa $5-50 " t-- 500-poun- 000-pou- c'.ir-lo"- , car-loa- ds . ey s 200-poun- -- Do Yoii Want a Silo? This cut shows you what we are now prepared to construct. We have one "of the 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-mous 7T . Etibanks. Mis. T. W. McLiiighliu has been J veiy iU for sceral days but is rapidly convalescing. Mrs. Wm. Nichols i veiy sick of typhoid fever. We nt glad to know Mint Eubank will bo the hnpiiv pos. Mis Helen Patterson left Satur sesnr of n pike in the sweet bfe nnd . day for Williamsburg to attend com- bye. Quite a bit of money has been mencement exercises und also for donated oud work has already be- - f Now is the time to- - get rid of a week's visit to friends.. gun. ' You will find your rheumatism. The membeis of the graduating Several of our EulKiuk girls nre Chambeilain's Liniment wonderfully class cjr Seniors gavo a party at the tuking the exnmiiiutiou at Stnnford effective. One 'application will con- College on Saturday eening. There thi- - week. Mi-- s vince you )f its merits. Try it. For weie on0 invitations issued and (pule Sarah Stephenson and Mr. sale by. Penny's Drug Store. a iiiiinher from Danville and Stun-for- d Samuel Brown, of Indianapolis, Ind., responded. were married in Somerset Tuesday. The Southern Baptist Convention Mr. Win. II. Cook and son Rob- The hne our most simore wihes Oklii., inson will leave shoitlv for n stay for u long and happy life. in session in Oklahoma City, Sntimlriv decided to raise a fund of i'l New York where the latter will Mr. J. R. Nelson, our prospeious $1.(100.000 for foi'uigu mission edit- - lie under medical treatment of out? meicliiuit Iiiih begun building a handHon...... neoinlixtw..-- . of some store house on the corner near his home on Main street. Tim politicians of our town arc SPEpJfL hating considerable argument civet the campaign of 1012. Mr. B. J. Howard made a flying trip to Somerset last week. June 2nd. Mrs. Pollv Lnrkiu has been very in-tlKieho-lusville. -- Lancaster. The Wilson orguuiation iu Gar- rard county will suggest the follow ing delegates to, the state convention; Itobt. Boaiu, Sim Wheeler, J no. Rubles, A. B, Brown, Jr.. Thomps Arnold, Jr., Jos, Bratton, who if selected will be instructed, tu vote for Woodrow" Wilson, for President also to vote for McCreary, J. C. W. Beckham, Join C. C. Mayy, OJHe .lames, for dele.ga(es from the state-at-larto the national convention and fur Rufus Vansant for chairman of the state commit tee. The regular May term of. the Garrard quarterly court has been in session nud Judge Ford disposed of several cases of minor importanace. Marshal Luther Herron suspecting the transportation of liquor from the wet town, of Nicholasville, arreted Taylor Simpson with something, over a gallon of whisky took him before Judge Harris who fined him $50 and costs. A reorganization of the republican countv committee was effected here last Tuesday with Mr. Henly V. Bus-t- n nschairmun; some of the regular members of ihe old committee took exception to this- proceduie, and appealed tlie maijer to the Eighth district republican committee in session ut Danville Thursday. The latter body declared (he reorganization void and pronounced the following 'the actual members, with W. C Vvnn chairman; John Ham, It. 1 1. Batson, 0. M. Patterson, J. II. and W. II. Fain. Elder F. M. Tinder preached an excellent discourse Sunday, morning n; )bservance of mothers' Day, the local celebration in connection with the W. C. T. U. organization falling one week late because of the bacca laureate oermon hiit Sunday. Dr. J. B. Kiunaird, who attend ed the Kentucky State Association of Kuilroud Surgeons nt Lexington on the ICth and 17th was secretary of the organization; the juucnter physicians contributed to paer the program a on pesinephritic abce.s. Mrs. Florence Walker is in Louisisiting Dr. and Mrs. Frank ville Walker. Miss Fniiuic Tinder gnve a.O o'clock tea fur her popular' young sliest Miss Kliuljctli Ling of ge Mc-Que- rrj James McElwaln Owsley That death loves rf shining mark was never mote clearly demonstrated, than when the ley finger was laid upon the noble young form of James. McElwnin Owsley, and ho was summoned lo come up higher. The pride nnd joy of his parents, the hope of his grandparents, who (lie idolized him nnd beloved favorite of his mints and unclps, hi, death comes ns a Jev'cre' blow to his entire family, nnd has brought tho deepest sorrow where-evhe was known. He was the represent at ive of two of Kentucky's oldest and mo,t piom-inefamilies and possessed those fine social qualities, nnd courteous mnnners, that only come from noble birth. He had been dedicated by his parents to God in his Infancy, nnd when he was 14 years old, he Income con- Verted nnd Joined the Presbyterian church. Ho was a constant attend ant at the Sunday school, receiving a prire nt Lexington for being the lest Sunday school pupil for a year He wns a dutiful son, a manly,- noble youth, with excellent intellect, worthy ambition nnd such diligent application as gnve hw parents, teachers nnd friends nssurnnce of success. IHh teacher, Col. Best, testified that bis high ehnincr nnd personal worth caused him to stand nt the ery top 'of hW school", arid that his bright, hnpjiy disposition made him the admiration of all hi conirndes. Col. Best expected to charter n car, ahd bring his school friends to Stanford to pay the Inst tribute of respect to him by attending hi burinl Inst Sunday afiern60n, but being unable to make railroad connections on Sunday, he enme through in an automobile, accom panied by his room mate, Cadet May also t'ntlet Laii, t'npt. Hrece, ntul his physician, at Millersburg, Dr. Smith. The remains were accompanied from Lexington by hi pftretd", Mr. nnd Mrs. J.' S. Owsley". Jr4,' Mr. J. S, Owsley, Sr., Miss Linda Owsley, Mr. and Mrs. Itichnrd Bush, Mr. Thomas Owsley" and Mrs. Guosie "Phillips from Atlanta, a sister ' of Mrs. Owsley. They we,re joined nt Danville by fr. nnd Mrs. Wells nnd children, Mrs. W. P. Walton, from Louisville, Mr. J. S. 5IcElwnin nnd Dr. Vcnnble from Franklin, were present nf the burial. The popularity of, the.young man was shown tp some extent by the immense throng that attended the burinl. ami the beautiful nnd elaborate floral contributions. His life, though short. hn not been lived in vain, for life inot reckoned by years, but by the sunshine we scatter in giving pleasure to others. He has "crossed the bar", has seen bT Pilot f.ice fo face, and now, ns n stni beckons all his'friends, an,d loved on to tfie Beautiful land, the Ho;ne of the soul. A FHIF.ND st er nt - -- . CALL - v and see tKe latest style 'rti r Riding Wehave several second- - 'r 1 cultivators ! hand Buggies for sale j E. k f Pfeiice : t Hurrah for the Mefhi(sit, advisedly when I ssyt are three Methodists to one of other denominations that veto. ' they pray. I mean by that, vote for tbat'dMi boldly against the manufacture! importation am! Iransportattofl ot alcoholic beverages; And now cp to the front n Methodist JireaC of Sun Diego, Cat., with a'ten thi SrfHjHaaMtJ? sand drfllar donation to' the pro1 bidon party national campaign fu And I guarantee every dollar of vill be accounted for. His name V. N. Tnft. Not the rnra ruled H. Tuft. Bless yon. No. . HOW .TFjEY STAND Vote For Entries In J,. L Sanders' Pattilarity Contest. f speak The following is the standing of the contestants this week iu tha piano popularity contest being conducted by L. L. Sanders, the hustling Crab Orchard merchant: Lilt Gnnier .7. . ; .' i:i5,300 Mrs. Dave Newland 13$,0.V Mrs. Dove Garner 124,580 Rubv Pnrrish 112,'J9S Mamie Ilnlmnu 102,270 7:1,300 Susie Butt ' Cumpbell Ida 09,773 "Cecil Gnrner . 35Ti MrIihIh Howard 10.409 11,07(1 Bertha Jiggers 8,072 Kvn Fletcher 4,078 Sadie Catlin; l.lfci) Jewel Francisco 1,545 Bessie Reynold Nell Davis 1,232 1,174 . Marie White Ruby Cress 1,0'0 1,000 Hcttie Bogie ,. , ma Ie A. W. CAR pent; mm? ........... dick noauacue results trom a QUsK "sw ordered condition of the alto; und can be cured by the uhi J'CT1 Chnmberlain's Uver Tablets. Try! NKJ!.' For sale by. Penny'- Drug Starefr - PUILIC SALE Nnn Napier,,,,., ,,,..., 1.000 Milledoeville n, Born, to the wife of Thomas- Mor-gaitiirrfiv Hu ?; ISJI9 vtii Tsr a son who has been christen- The following real estate, situat ed Buford. Mrs. Armstrong has gonv Lincoln county, Ky., about two to make her home with her daugh- south of Stanford. Ky., and boua4 ter, Mrs. Iife Morgan ut Snufley. ed as follows: Miss Lucy Minor went to Danville J"mI On the lands Thursday to take the tenehers' ex- Pettus the eust by Baughnian, of ami Wm. ou th Mis Kdith Reynolds, of south by the lauds amination. of Tom Crpw aqJ Eiibnnks is viiting Mr. and Mrs. others, on tho west by the county John Moser. road, on the north by lands of Jacob Mrs. Harmon nnd daughter have Gander, containing S.'ncres of land, innvf'd to Parksville. more or less. This land will be surMiss Myrtle Margun is visiting re- - veyed before the 'day of sale and lajhes here. will be Sold by the acre in accordThe Sundnv school teachers, train- - ance with such survey. As administrator of the estnte of ing class met with Mrs. John Moser Terms of Sale: Purchaser togiva the late J. A. Ellis, I will sell nt his (last week. good and approved bankable notrt , I he young ladies Ellis-burformer place of business, near of the Morelnnd for tho purchase money, one half i.A Casey county; Ky., on Thurs- Sunday school gave a reception to thereof due and payable six month the young gentlemen last week, which from date of sale, and the balance & jr day, June 6, 1912 seven show ens' " iu twelve months from date of sale, including one counter show case, six was enjoyed. Miss Ijuirn Sundidge returned lien retained on land sold for such " long, also four sets of scales, feet home from Hustonville. where she deferred payments. I including one computing scales, good hn been attending school. ; I will, ns such executor, nt the a new, two sixty gallon oil tanks, J same time nud place, sell a lot of one n tnnk; one iron Obituary notices, poem. etc., are personal proierly. including a sho safe, practically new, and other $1 for not over 200 words over that cahe, a lot of brick and other things things too numerous to mention. J. number. p.f 4wqr.d3 5 .c.en.t.1 a.Uue ad- - too numeroUjJo mention. C. Barker, Admr. Hfistonville, 38-3- t. ' Jit'"a'- A. T.'Nunnelley. Exor.' 3- g, '-- As executor of the will of the Anderson Carr. I will sell at buWki outcry to the hkhest and best bU3 der, iu Stanford, Ky.,- - in front 'flf the court house door, at 2 P. M--, oa h. !. ' ik . 'jy it .' .J M '- i - JA I ruLBirm had a diwir?w - wPf .''r m rw """"V m rnT m m m -- '- ill JJ KRLSO I JL&Jm&mm w DID YOU EVER TRY IT ON YOUR STOCK? Nothlnf like It to put them condition, free them from Iniect pirasltet and protect them from coatsjlout dis- - .. kv- - la cod dm HB wfm ECygIONr Knso Dip No. I KILLS LICE, TICKS, MITES AND rLEASf CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, r We have already contracted for six and cannot build but a limited number, so you had better hot delay, but get in next We have the territory of Linceln and Garrard counties. Telephone1 136 si ligiiBmi Round Trip , ill. j R9und Trip PHILJLIPS J&ROS., SUrifdi-d- , Ky. Lvs.JUNCT 6H CiTY 5:35 a.m. j Ci SPECIAL TRAIN ULArH, ,. . ASK TICKlTqEHTSxFOrVWTtf ' tr- - c't! that receiu'd the cues ot silver-wat- c that was iut up hcie at for the most popular girl. Mrs. Ira Gray, of Glen Mary, Teiiu., spent several days last wiek with her. mother. Mrs. Eva Lee, visited Miss Elun Thompson friens at King's Mountain Friday. Mrs. Italian!, of Highland, visited her daughter. Mrs, Qourley at this place en.rlv.inM weeK. Little Miss Jewell Nichols is stay ing with her uncle ut Somerbet. Mr. W. Warner of Pulaski, was here Friday, Miss Maggie Hoiton was the lucky ru-ban- ks Curts MMfli, Sfak, Nntjwtrm and OKwr Mibrfttti, Ue x CtoauMS It oa Horse'i, Cattle, Sneep, Swine, mrs & 'pfj ami Purtfrfi. Don, Coatt and Poultry. Jia Mmk W m siiwi el Peiiiiy'sllnigStore-TlicKexallStorau. on wsjitc ron 'NCI I N. 1. - filUi OOKUTS ON KRISO BIP Mbssu.,