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THE tTANPMW INTEftMR JttJRNAL, STAttFtHt. KENTUCKY.
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Look Here, Young Man
You have to wear clothes and when you buy, you look far the
best value for yew money. Law-priced clethlnf is selrfowi cheap.
Good cnith, weH made, at reasonable prices, is the cheapest to Iwy.
This you let In our VIKING GUARANTEED SUITS for Ywnf
Men from $S to $30. lut if you want the very superlative In
yeunf men's clothes, hand-tailored throughout, mainifteenf fabrics
and hhjh art patterns, nothing short of GRADUATE Clothes should
satisfy you. They are distinctively younf men's clothes and not
withstand! their pre-eminent quality, are priced with special ap
peal to young men who cannot indulge In extravagance.
The LriERioR Journal.
HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,...Publithtr
11 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Ktrd at tne rwtofflee at titan
foril aa second elaaa mall.
The announcements in this column
are of candidates for office, subject
to tho action of the democratic pri
mary: For Commonwealth's Attorney
EMMETT PURYEAR, OP BOYLE.
For County Judte.
i T. A. RICE,
M. P. NORTH,
' DINK FARMER -
WILLIAM H. HESTER
J. T. ROBERTS
J. D. EADS,
every tense of the word. There is
no innn in the state better qualified
for this place than he, nnd none who
would give a more faithful perfor
mance to the duties of the office.
The United States Sennte spent
several hours debating n bill by Sen
ator Bradley, of Kentucky, propos
ing to increase a Somerset Veteran's
pension from $55 to $03 a month. It
was figured that the time consumed
vns costing the government in sala
ries to the senators, etc., over $1,000
This to our mind, is n, pretty fair
pnmple of the freedom with .which
the republican administration has
been frittering away the people's
money, and with just about as much
excuse. The solution is to elect a
democratic president in November,
with a congress composed of such
men ns narvey nelm, of this dis
trict, whose work during the past
has resulted in a saving of over
$10,000,000 to tha taxpayers.
The approval of the good roads
Jaw by. the governor makes neces
sary tho appointment of a Good
Commissioner by the chief executive
Politics ought not to figure, except
as a minor consideration, in this ap
pointment. Tho good roads ques
tion is probably the most serious
one the state has to deal with right
now. Better roads mean better
prices of farming land nnd pro
ducts, and a better state. The Road
.Commissioner must be ft man who
has made a thorough study of con
ditions and needs, and who' has the
energy and ability to make 'things
move." We want to respectfully
suggest to the Governor that were
he to look tho state over he could
find no one who is better qualified
for this place than Harry A. Som
mers, editor of tho Elizabethtown
News. Mr. Sommers is nccepted ev
erywhere as an authority on good
roads, and his appointment would
be recognized ns a splendid one in
The Louisville Herald wants to
know why Jidge O'Rear has switch
ed his support from Taft to Roose
velt, as he enme out so strong for
Taft when he made the campaign for
governor lost year. We believe, that
wo can tell tho Herald very satis
factorily. Judge O'Rear is a mnn of
discernment, nnd you don't have to
hit him in the head with an ax to
make him sec a point. He saw the
republican party defeated by over
30,000 majority when it went before
the people on a 'platform, one of
the cardinal planks of which was nn
endorsement of the Tufl mluiiriis
iratioD. He probably believes that
such a complete repudiation nnd
defeat by the people of the Taft en
dorsement, relieves him from all fur
ther responsibility on that subject,
and if such is his conclusion, and
leason for now supporting Roope
velt, we most heartily agree with
Gov. JlcCreary vetoed the anti
tipping bill, nnd we'll wager that
when he cats at the hotels he'll al
ways get his hot.
Lincoln County National Bank
Comptroller's Call of February 20, 1912
Loans ,..,' .S342.2S4 73
U. S. Bonds and Due
from U. S. Treas ios.ooo.oo S447.254.73
Lincoln County Bonds. . . , S37.sOO.oo
Cash and Due from Banks. . 4.Q&73 s 73, 6O8.87
Banking House Ss.300.00
Total Asset Over Half a Million Dollars
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Organized, October, 1882.
Paid in Dividends since organization,
Returned to stockholders, $2oo,ooo.oo
in cash, being reduction of capital stock
It u a successful Bank, and is at the service of
im smauesi depositor.
Dr. W. D. Lnswell was called to
Brush Creek to see his mother who
is very ill.
Tuesday while several men were
cutting n large tree in Mrs. Mary
A. IliKiicy.yard the tree fell on ilm
house nnd completely ruining one
room nnd porch. Tho damage was
Mr. F. T. Taylor having sold his
house and lot to F. F. Dunnwny, will
move recently to Howcn, Ky.
Miss Maggie Routon has returned
to Lexington after spending n few
days with homcfolks.
Mr. Willin Lench has bought Mor
ris Will's house and lot and will
move here soon Mr. Leach is iu
Arizona for his health.
Mr". Sarah Smith and Claud
Trimble nnd wife spent Sunday at
M. II. Smith's.
Mr. S. P. Waggoner is building a
new store house.
Mr. Acton, of Highland nnd Mnn
ford Griffin attended the singing at
the Christinn church Sunday.
Laura Johnson spent '.Saturday
and Sundny with' her sister Mrs.
O. V. Gooch, of McKinney.
J. T. Gooch, of McKinney visited
relntives here Inst week.
Mr. L. Lane was called at this
Nettie Gooch, of Danville is visit
ing relatives here.
The fanners of this community nrc
Mr. Stella Gooch of Illinois is
visiting relatives here.
'John W. Sickclsmith, Grenesboro,
Fn., has threo children, and like most
children they frequently take cold.
"We have tried several kinds of
cough mcdicinV-.hc says, but have
never found any yet that did them
ns much good ns Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy." For sale by G. L.
The steam roller has already
begun to work in Kentucky. Five
Taft men were empowered to nama
the election officers to serve in the
Ii'epnblicnn primary to he held in
Louisville and Jefferson county Apr.
0. the Roosevelt Republicans not be
ing given a. voice in their .selection.
An order has been issued from
Washington that all postmasters
who are chairmen of political com
mittees shall re-ign one or the other
All the farmers are glad to see
this fine weather. Everybody is
burning tobacco beds now.
Mrs. A. C. Hill, visited her sister
at Danville the first of the week.
Jer-se nnd Thomas Mason nrc fil
ing for a large tobacco crop this
Severnl 01 the young boys irom
here went to nn old timo dance at
John Stranger's near Lancaster Fri
day March 15th. Everybody reports
a good time. Those present were:
Mr. Jesse Mnsou nnd Miss Alpha
Traylor. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. F. Mason,
Miss .Lena Mason, nnd Mr. McGin
nis. All enjoyed the dnnco fine.
Jese Mnson wns in Junction City
Sunday to so hfs best girl.
DOCTORS WRONG AGAIN.
About five years ago I wrote to
you that I had been a terrible suf
ferer from kidney nnd bladder trou
bles, nnd that ray physician informed
me that my left kidney was in such
Liondition that thero wns no hope ifor
uiy recovery. I wns advised to try
your Swamp-Root as a last resort
jnd after taking four fifty-cent bot
tles, I passed a gravel stone which
weighed ten grains. I afterwards
forwarded you this gravel stone.
hne. had no return of any trou
ble since that timo and cannot say
too much in favor of your wonderful
preparation, Swamp-Root, which
cures, after physicians, fnil.
Very truly yours,
Route) 3,. Box 30.
Personally appeared before me this
31st day of Jujy, 1009 F. IIORNE,
who subscribed tho above statement
nnd madq oath that the same is true
iu substance and in fact.
JAMES M. HALL,
Dr. KihMr k Cr,
llnilhamstM, . N. Y.
Prove What Swam Rest Will De
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing-
hamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle.
It will convince anyone. You will also
receive a booklet of valuable infor
mation, telling all about the kidneys
and bladder. When writing be sure to
mention the Stanford Semi-Weekly
Interior Journal. Regular fifty-cent
and one dollar size bottle for sale at
all drug stores.
9 Reliable Breeders of Pure W
Bred Poultry Card of Five
HI Lines $1 W
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S. C. Crystal White Leghorns
From trap-nested hens with re
cords of over 200 eggs a year. Tho
strain that lays is tho strain that
pnys. Eggs from No. 1 pen $'J.50
lr 1C eggs, other pen: 1.50 per
15 $7.00 per 100. Get in the lnying
class. Order today. Look Box
5C0. A. C. Al'ord, Stanford, Ky
Agent for Tulnne incubators guar
anteed not to overheat. Cnll at
house nnd sec sample.
S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS.
The laying strain that fills the
egg basket in zero weather; early
maturing big boned fryers. Setting
eggs house delivery $.100 per 15;
shipping eggs $1.50 per 15. Mrs.
A. C. Alford, Stanford, Ky.
INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS
Eggs for sale $1 per setting of 12
or 53 for 45. All orders receive
prompt attention. ' Wolford K. Lov
cll, R. F. D. No. 1. Box iv. Stanford
I nm getting 21 dozen eggs n week
from 80 hens. Setting of 15 for $1.
C. C. Withers, R. F. D. No. 2, Stan
ford, Ky., Phone 143-Y.
Layers-Payers-S.C. Buff Orpingtons
English Salmon Faverolles, eggs
?2 per 15: $5 per 50; Indian Runner
Ducks Unit InV the pearl white eggs
$1 per 13; $3.50 per 50; $5 per 100.
My stock. came from the Blue Rib
bon winners of this country. Make
your stnrt with the best blood. Al
ways glad to show my birds to nny
one interested. Mrs. Sam Embry, Jr.
CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS.
The big winter lnyers. From Kel
Icrstrass $30.00 mating; eggs from
1st pen $3; from 2nd pen $1.50 per
15. S. C. Rhode lsla-d Reds Tomp
kins strain. Eggs $1.50 per 15.
Indian Runner Ducks thnt lay the
whit? oggs $1 per 11 eggs. I have
spared neither means nor time in
selecting this stock. They nre from
prize winninc nnd heavy lnying
otruins. Sntisfnction guaranteed.
A. C. Hill, Stnnfoid, Ky. R. F. I).
WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS.
.$1.00 for 15, also Indian Runner
Duck eu-gs $1.00 for 12. Mrs. L. P.
Nunnelley, Lancaster, Ky., It. R. No.
2. Phone Stanford Exchange 108 A.
S. C. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS.
The host winter layers. Our hens
laid 1,100 eggs in Fcbrunry. Mrs.
R. L. Berry, Hustonvillc, Phono 7-L.
WHITE PEKIN DUCKS
$1 Per Setting.
Morgan S. Baughman, Stanford, Ky.
R. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS.
Eggs $1.00 for io
Mr. W. P. Logan, R. d. No. 4,
S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS
Can supply 240 egg incubator in 3
days; 75 cents per 15 or $5' per 100.
Mr. J. M. CreSS, R. D. 4, Stanford,
l'none oHUU Lancaster exchange;
INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS
Fawn and white. Heavy layers,
white eggs 75 cents for 15. Mrs.
Robert Nunnelley, Stanford, Ky., R.
D. No. 1. Phono Hustonville, 6 R.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
We offer for sale or rent the Mc
Kinney Woolen Mills at McKinney,
Ky. This mill is fully equipped to
manufacture yarn, jeans,"blankets,
Linsey and other goods and is well
located. Apply to K. L. Tanner
& Son, McKinney, Ky. 12-tf.
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Women, unlike men,
are proud of a pretty
foot and like pretty
shoes and hose, and
so we are prepared to
please those who want
style and quality. We
are showing the pop
ular things in White
Buck, White and Tan
Cravenette and Tan
Calf Pumps and Tan
These are the celebrated
Ultra shoes C&O OO
per pair at ?&
Gun Metals, Tans and Whites
in the Broch- jgO 50
port, per pair at P"'
Hose to Match in B, Tn white Li.ie
per pair at 25c and 50c.
In Silk at 50c, $1.00 and f 1.50 per pair.
White Shees are easily soiled aad wehepe you will
fit them in our shop so you may not have to return
them to us soiled.
H. J. McROBERTS
ADVANTAGES OYER LUMP LIME:
It is Economical,
No danger of Fire,
No air Slacking,
No waiting for your mortar to season.
W. H. HIGGINS, SSA.
Sporting Goods j
Spalding & Reach's high-grade
Base Ball Goods are Guaranteed.
BALLS FROM 5c te $1.25
MITTS FROM 25c ts SIM
GLOVES FROM 25c to $4.58
BATS FROM 5e ts $IM
All up-to-date Baseball Goods
RODS FROM 5c ts $I2J
REELS FROM 2Se ts S7.5S
LINES FROM 5c ts $125
HOOKS OF ALL SIZES
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