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THB STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL.
FRIDAY, FEBRUArtY Mth, 111 .
lO DOLLARS A MONTH, lO
One dollar per acre cash and one dollar per acre
every month will get you a farm of 10, 20 or 40 acres in
Southern Florida. No interest on deferred payments, and
no taxes to pay until all payments are made.
These lands are located In the bsst and healthiest part of Florida- where the front nver (Ilea and where
the sunshine glows every day In the year. This Is the bet plan In the world to MVe iomd' ef'youY earnings
each month and at the tame time have it invested In good real estate which Is advancing In value all the tlme...
This land Is now selling for $30 per acre next year It will be much higher. Buy new while y6u can
Set the pick.. 8lxty days allowed you to go and lnvestlgate the land after making the purchases, and If you are
not Satisfied you money will be refunded. Round trip from Somerset $25. If you can't go now, make your pur
chase while you can oet the pick and ycu can go and Investigate later, and f you are not ploaed, get your money
back. If Interested call and see us, or write for one of our booklets describing the country and lands.
Read what It said by some Kentucklans, who have bought some of these lands.
County Attorney Redwlne of Elliott county, writes us that after seeing the land, he and Judge Redwlne
bought more than they had contracted for originally, and that they think the price will double Itself fn a short
time. Mr. John W. Waddle and Mr. Meeee, both of Somerset, have just returned from there to make Investiga
tion of this land and both were so well pleaed that they bought land while there. Mr. Waddle tells Us he be
lieves It will sell at $100 pr tore In a few years. Get In now whe you can get cholee seleetlon. Act now
and write us to day.
WE WANT SOME GOOD AGENTS IN LINCOLN COUNTY OR MIGHT GIVE THE ENTIRE COUNTY TO
ONE MAN WHO CAN MAKE GOOD. GOOD PROPOSITION TO RIGHT PARTIES.
Somerset Real Estate Agency.
ROOMS 4 and S MASONIC BLDG.
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"fnr'crias. vvTieelcr Emporium at Hustonville,
fty., invites the public to their Annual Clearance
Sale embracing all winter goods. Ladies' suits and
skirts, Ladies' underwear, mens' and childrens' un
derwear, absolutely at cost. Calicoes 5 cents per
yard, all be t brands, no seconds in my stock ask to
see our black silk petticoat at $2.08. For special
bargain, j our Clearance Sale on shoes, buy two
pairs for the price of one.
A full stock alwavs on hand. Our spring
stock of ginghams, ladies shirt waists are ready for
This Sale is a Bonafide One
And No Hot Air.
This sale will be on FEBRUARY 1st to con
tinue through February, Respectfully yours for
an honest deal.
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Have added a new and complete
line of magazine and periodicals as
well as the latest approved fashion
journals and invite your inspection.
PENNY'S DRUG STORE.
'A i ii ford. VCcntucliy.
orofulous condition!, ulcers, "lever-sores," white swellings, etc, by taking
Dr. Pierce's Discovery. Just the refreshing end vitalizing tonic needed for
tse4sive tissue waste, in convalescence from fevers or for run-down, amemio,
rbla-bloodcd pjoplc. Stick to thii safe and sane remedy oud refuso all "just
as good " kinds offered by the dealer who is looking for u larger profit. Nolh
iag will do you half as much good as Dr, l'ierce's Golden Mvdicul Discovery.
a Farm in Florida.
WOODSON MAY Manager.
Ilsve yea weak heart) dizzy fecliufi, opprcued
breathing1 after meali P Or do you experieace pata
over the heart, shortness oi breath on ioin up-stslra
and the many distressing symptoms which indicate
poor circulation and bad blood? A heart tonic,
blood and body-builder that has stood the teat of
over 40 years of cures is
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
The heart becomes regular as clock-work. The red
blood corpuscles are Increased in number and the
Bcrvee in turn are well fed. The arteries are filled
with food rich blood. That is why nervous debility,
Irritability, fslntinf spells, disappear and are over
come by this attentive extract o( medicinal roots
put up by Dr. Pierce without the use ol alcohol.
Ask our neichbor. Many have been cured of
Pursuant to an ordinance a flop ted by
the CSty Oenncfl at tiro regular meet
Ins hrid Feb. 2. 1911 the imdcdged
llt an Mnnany Feb 2T 1J11 at about
ft J. c.rtU "MI tllp 3""or
i. !' m offer for sal at publlo out-
cry a telcpBOnVrnmchfso subject to
the conditions of sald'ordlnanco wbloh
Is as follows:
Tbo City Council of the city of SUn
ford do ordain as follows:
Section 1 That there shall bo sold
to tbo highest and best bidder for
thn term of twenty (20) years a fran
chise or privilege to construct, es
tablish, maintain and oporato a tele
phone system for public and private
use In the city of Stanford. Includlnc
the necessary conduits. subway3 ana
uanlioles, wires, poles and other equip
ment, and also the right of way oer,
atom;, under, through and In the
streets, avenues, alleys, parks, squares
bridges and other public places In
said city for the purpose of running
the subways, manholes, poles, wifes
and other equipments necessary to
construct, establish, maintain and
operate said telephone system In the
city of 3tanford In accordance with
the conditions, terms and limitations
of this ordinance.
Section 2. That It shall be the duty
l;of thn mayor to offer sold franchise
or privilege St pubUe section to tl
highest and best bidder at 2 o'clock
P. M., on MONDAY FEB. 27th JSU,
before the court house door In Stan
ford Ky., after giving notice thereof
by advertisement for ten (10) days in
the Interior Journay, and In which
notlco he will Insert this ordinance
and he will report to tfcb City Coun
cil tne Dids received by mm for its
approval .and the Said City Council
reserves tho right for and on behal
or tbe city to reject any and all bids
tor sold franchise or privilege and In
caFo the bid reported by thb said May
or shall bo rejected by the City Coun
cil It may direct, by resolution or or
dinance. Said franchise or privllego to
be again offered for sale from tJm to
i time until a satisfactory told shall be
received and approved, or accept any
of tbe blua offered In Its discretion
8eotlon 3. Before tho Bald fran
chise or privilege shall bo vested In
the Wdder whoso bid may be accepted
by thn city council, a contract shaall
bo eutored into between the city and
raid bidder setting out the terms con-
dltlona and limitations upon which
said fmnchls0 or privilege shall be
granted and containing stipulations
necoHsary to protect the cltv and to
require of tho bidder fulfillment of
said rnn.jJtwins aji Htaltatloss d
the dt ycouncll reserves the power
to Insert lit said contract such stipu
lations concerning the time In which
the work shall begin aftor ihe accep
tance of the bid an dth price to be
charged for telephones to Its subscrlb
ers which shall not e-Tcertl II per
month for residence. 82 nor month fop
other jorrlco the tlmo at the ex
piration of which eald telephono sys
tem shall be In operation, the manner
and places In which said poles shall
be erected, how much of said wir
shall be plarcd undorgTound and nt
wiiat points manholes shall bo con
!l!?C,?i'.. ".Ii ""Ch .1tber ,cndltlon'uuelnesa firms contributed to tho en
.uu .....i.i...i.. u3 mo mm council i.hi nrln
mnv hv nr.llnincn lro leipnw .
Section 4 That the franchise
privilege provl'ed In this ordinance
when said contract la entered Into
shall not be construed aa being la
any way exclusive or as nrevcntlay
the city council of the city of Stan
ford from providing for the sale of
similar franchise or prlvlllges to oth
er persons, companies of corporatfewBs
ana wi limitation shall be Inserted
In any contract entered Into between
the elty of Stanford and suck yerso.
corporation or company.
Section 6. This ordinance shall
take effect from and after Its passage
and publication as required by law
A. B. FLOBBNCK, Mavor.
City of Stanford, ICy.
PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD
But never follows the use of Koloy's
Honey and Tar, which checks the
cough and expels the cold, M. Stock
well Hannibal. Mo. save- "It bnnta
all the remedies I ever used. I con
tracted a bad cold and cough and was
threatened with pneumonia Ono hot
tie of Foley's Honey and Tar Com
plctelj cured mo." No opiates, Just a
reliable household medicine Shu
I'nrs and Tanner
The Interior Journal.
HELTON 8AUFLEY Publisher
VRT TUB8DAY AND WHEAT
Kntcred nt the post office at Htan
ford as second class mall.
For Circuit Judge.
HON. CIIARi.r.rf A. HARDIN,
of Morccr County
Nearly ovcrT nowepapcr editor will
agree that hditor Desha Ilrccklnrldgo
was very rlcht when ho said the fol
lowing In tho Lexington. Herald the
There Is n phiue of nownpapcr work
wmrh sometimes oppresses us. It
was epitomized In a striking dlssertlon
by the Hon. Edward P Knrrcll, who
had a brilliant career as lawyer and
nowseaner man. Tn aummnrlzn hi
'conclusions, reached as a result of his
experience,.! said that a newspaper
might pralxe ovcry member of a
man's family, publish every notice of
every entertainment which his wife or
daughters cave or to which ther wero
'Invited; descrlbo their gowns ns thn
iitioi creations or Wortn and their
forms as the perfection of the handi
work or tho Most High; sttppro" the
mention o! any disagreeable incident
in the life of any member of the fnml
ly, even unto tho third of fourth gen
cratlon; give the men credit for bril
liancy and high purposes and never
a word of appreciation. Then some
morning publish a two line Item that
a third cocadn. twleo retnoved, who
had been drunkard and a loafer for
years had beett arrested and Indlrte4
ana very member' of the family would
get nmil and toe bend of tne family
stop ranking the paper. A little bit
extucsecatoa but only a little, Is this
comment of that versatile raid brilliant
.' .8 THIS THUS?
There Is a great big screw loose In
the financial machinery at Frnkfort
under the sweet-scented Republican
adrolnlrtratlon. The sheriffs have nil
settled and paid In tbe cent tnx col
lected for school purpoues, and yet
word comes that they are unible to
send the money due the teachers of
this county. What have they done
with the money? And what right hae
they to uso tho school money for oth
er purpose than that for which It was
levied and collected? Non0 whatever
Flemlngsburg Time Democrat
THE VOTING' AT THE
Interest ran high on the voting nt
Womans' Improvement Club Tuesday
night at the "Art Bxhiblt" The Club
had staled In a prevlou issue tli.it
every, visitor to the exhibit
would havo tho privilege of i-astlug
one vote for the article In tho room
Ihey admired the most and that de
served tbo prize according to their
Judgine&t from three standpoints
"most difficult, and excellent of 1U
kind." Th club bad in mind setei
educative principals In proposing thU
prize. One to secure a rlose exandna
tion of each article In the room, 2 to
mako every one In tho community a
pari of the enterprise. 3 to detect
tho neople who admired the dlffeicnt
lines of work. 4 to Introduce to the
publlo tho manv and varied talented
people In our county .5 to emphasis
art pb a branch of th Woman Im
movement Club of Stanford. 6 tn
satlifr thosn who mlzht not acre
with th Judge who awarded tho prizes
of merit given by the Club
it was never tho purpose of the
Club to make any discrimination of
artist but simply to secure scmtlnv
tud clrije study of tnelr work.
It was very Interesting to see how
tho v.i3 votes were distributed and It
ma) explain to home wny thoy did not
get the "popular prize." Tho vote
wer taken carefully by tho president
of tho club who was a disinterested
Dartr. oi rather an Impartial servant
ol tso people not having any work
ot er own " inhibition. The name
or each voter th0 article voted for
and the number of it. aa well as the
inak6 was carefully registered ana
checked off and counted The count
ruu as follows, Mrs. Bum Krabry's
embroidered counterpane 34: Harris
Coleman's rock of ages 19 J wolf, 7 elk.
6 ro03 l; Mrs. Hartley's waist Np. 3,
received Z; Mli Charlotte Warren's
chop plather No. 1. 23; Jean Paxton's
Pastel No. 5, 15 votes; Floronco Car
ter No. 5, 9: votes. No. 2. 2 votes. No i
'i vote.: Mrs. Fowler's embroidery
sheets thrco towels, 1, No. 3, 7 votj.
No. i, 2 votes; T.yles Cooper's No. 5
5 votes, No 3, 1 vote No. 1. 2 votes.
Mrs. Snellen Saitflers conterpleco
8 votes; Mary Phillips' Brazilian point
laco collar (I votej; Mrs. Emma Prew
ltt's dress 4 votes: Mary Burdctte's
picture 4 totes. Many othors received
uue and two votes, mo louowing
Hevtranrc 4 Son, CI. I.. Penny drug-
glJt, II. J. Mcoberts, W. M. Bright.
Lincoln County National Bank, J. C.
McCIary, V. K. Shugars druggist, New
Drug Store, Coffey and Coleman, Sam
Hoblmon, W II. Hlgglns, State Bank
fc Trust Company, First National Bank
Hughes and Martin, Oeo. II. Farrls,
W. A. Trlbble, J. I Bcazley, M. D
Klmore, W. II. Mueller, Pence Bros.,
Interior Journal, Dr. Peyton,
..ACCUSED OP STEALING. .
K. E. Chamberlain of Clinton Me.,
boldly accused Bucklen'a Arnica Salve
ot stealing the sting from burns or
scalds the pain from sores of all
kinds tho distress from bolls or plies,
"It robs cuts, corns, bnilses, sprains,
and Injuries of their terror," he says
" as a healing emedr Us equal don't
exist. " Only 25 cents at Penny's Drug
For Bale. Vacant corner1 lot In a
good town containing about 3-4 of an
acre splendid building site for rcsl-(
dence and business house. Prlco
30U, Stanford IHal Estate,
Ill dhttlw and dftv
eases of chitctrea stags
seldom do goecl anil
often do harm. '$1? '
Careful feeding and
bathing are the babies'
is the food-medidne that
not only nourishes them
most, but also regulates
their digestion. It, is a
wonderful tonic for chil
dren of all ages. They
rapidly gain weight' and
health on small doses.
fOX SAtS BY AZ4, &KUOOUT8
Send 10e nam of paper and IkU ad. for
or braaUfal Baring Baak and Cbllda
Bketch-Baok. KicB Uak contalna a
Good tack renny.
SCOTT BOWNC Peart St, N. Y.
Cincinnati, February 13. Cattle, -lie-calpts
430; market nulct and eaav,
le lower, fair to good anlpaeM totf
9; common $t.R0CT4. Hos neclpw
8,497: market quiet: bat-.he.-H and
rtipferfl (7.SI97.6S. common I7CT7I".
aheep Itecelpts 21, market slwl.
2.Z5M.2S. Lambs Marki;-Mtfy
A KINO WHO LEFT HOME
set the world to talking about Paul
Mathulka. of Bnffalo. N T., says he
always KEHP3 AT HOME the King ot
all l-nxatlvcs Dr Kings Now life
Plllb ind that they're a blesclng to
nil Ns family. Curo constipation head
ace. Indigestion, dyspepsia. Only 1!S
tents at penny's Drug Storo.
"IN THE BEGINNING."
A CATESHISM OF TRUTH.
Thc-se books by fleo O. Barne. Kvan
gellst, and recently Issued nrc for sale
bv Mr. Mary H Craig, Hianioru. i.in
coin county, Kentucky, Bqs 1CS At
tho following prices:
Bern shceth. cloth bound tl
Same naner bound . . G0e
Mta Kco. cloth bound ... . 40r
Same naner bound 10c
A Catechism ot Truth piper bound 1nC
Ot Beraysheeth, Mr. Barnes said: "If
anything I have ever written on holy
themes was inspired mis dook oe.ir
that stamp more unmistakably tban
any I have penned"
Receipts from tho snle of thee
books will be used to publish Mr
Barnes Anglo lurael lecture The
Lost Tribe, The Vanished 8ceptre.
To those not able to buy them the
books are free for the aiklng. Mrs.
Craig will bo glad to receive contrl
butlons to help publish the lectures.
Bach contributor may have the
value of th contribution in books,
Here is a guarantee to
every depositor of this
Cpit.1 . . . sioo.oooroo
Snrplui .... $100,000.00
She Holders LUWuy $IQO.0C0CO
NATIONAL BANIC t
J. C. McCIary,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
STANFORD, - KY-
Office 'Phone 187 Home 'Phonis 35
Just before the arriral of new S
J stock we want to make room and i
S et rid of some Small Lots now on
S our shelves To do this we make the
1 11 e It
ah oi our laaies Jfatent Leather.
Vici, Cravinette and Tan Shcs in
beth lace and botton, worth $3f J
.n H nJ C -.
m v.vu anu i-x gv
daLj st $2.30 Cash
BRING TME MONEY.
H. J. M
aHM0 mm vJQ
TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS
I am now located on Tourth street,
with the best equipped Mii In li.in
tllle and w 1 -lnd to see yo-i at
any time. Aid lll how the lartl'-
especially s tieatwen'
4-S. D. F. LOGAN.
SERVED IN ANY
THE PEST niML
SM T0WM KT
HT. A. CAQSON. rp.
A HORSE'S OVERCOAT
lo called a bluukoL Wo havo every
kind fom tho Ughtettt to tbe hetvlcnt,
from the fancy blanket for rood uso
to the plain but serviceable one for
Out stable, awry kins of stable utensil
too. ClooJ, of course, and reasonable
In price. They have to bo to conform
to our harnesstandard.
J C. McCLAKY, SfMtJtol.
A HOUSE ON YOUR HANB,
without Insurance oa the hoftse, l
always a wets$t tke aslsd CM
)ou do your duty to your family aad
yourself by Insuring It In a solid com
pany. We will secure you abs'Htoly
against lots or dsnac by fire, by
drnwing you a policy that will be a
trleod in need.
W. S. FISH
STANFORD, KY. PHONE 200
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
For All Kinds or
HIDES AND FURS WANTED
LAND & UPCIIANAN
TTi . .v . .
mm m &&&ea r h k '
we are having in tne building lint
Wo carry full line, of lime, plaster
oetneot and everrthlng else needed
tor building. Everything purohasef
bore will be toend of tke best quali
ty and the best for intended purposes,
We will savo you trouble aad uanecai
sary expense by siding to ua for an
J. A ALLEN, StanfsrrJ, Ky.
Waavreln cnltlnn toQonll kluns nf con
oratl&g, such as lllock Work, I'averuauti
and. la fact, w Can ruaka tijr thlnf from r
nous dwn to n (f ic post. W cao rv
you promptlv and ronranl rtnt-clmi
, work, and maUrlal. Uall and it our prIKxi
bfor you bay jrour maKrlal at least.
IT PLGWErtS POf SAtEI
r.SArtturnUhtliopuMlewttb tlia brst. ar
ral ac th tnhrt of cut tlomen, plants o
Ml kinds, bolbj. potted tlcawo. on shor
boliae. A.lo ruaka m pO'latty of wrtatn
(or for (uohral rmrpotM.
j . riSriS."'" "it'i I nova at
ktrultt voidable on haaa at reasonabl
Fall Art. Winter Sittings
My uiw fall aad winter sumples art
new roady for your iaspectlon. Tho-;
comprise the beat on the market I
ean suit any one as lo price who bai
his clothes made to order. A suit
Bsada to your measure is prefers bU
to reaijr nudo clothes. To bavt
them snsde to meassre doesn't cost
any mere than ready aade when
qaallty and fit U reuioa Oes
la and ler we t torn mesusm.
U. a ItssJey tn Practical Tallor.l
UnJertiueis and Embalm
MB Also Dealers in Fur
alturo, MaUtogs.Rugs. The
wi'l exchange Furaitur im
x Kinds oi Block. Give
Them a Call. Prices Right
sVM ski9l ssfi9 1 sfiPHlsH Is mvfl I rm Ri
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