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The interior journal. (Stanford, Ky.) 1912-1984, March 26, 1912, Image 4

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THC tTAJtfMi HHIIHM JtHWAL ITAIsTMt. KENTUCKY.
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"I LIVE AND DIE FOR THOSE I LOVE"
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Sixty-Sven Years of Fair
Dealing .and Unequalled
Success. : : :
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No Restrictions in Policy
as to Residence, Travel
or Occupation. : : :
&he Mutual Benefit Life insurance Co,
of Newark, New Jersey.
In Account with its Policyholders since organization in 1845 until January 1, 1912.
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To amount received from gince orfanizaHon:
Policyholders since date .----. ,.
of Organization $388,066,767 60 For Policy Claims $1I5'2S,65S IS
For Surrendered Policies 15S!2 2?
T. folate.. 63,666,012 79 afcgi . IS
$451,732,780 39 $451,732,780 39
Accumulated for the Benefit of the Policyholders 9 CCC A1 0 7Q
over and above the money received from them f UJ,UW,V14. 1 i7.
The Leading Annual Dividend Company, with Assets of $147,028,871.98 and a Scientific Surplus of
$5,954,158.86. Writes the most liberal policy of any compaay in the world and has paid out Hundreds of
Thousands of Dollars, under her First Year's Non-forf citable system, where other companies were not ha
ble and would not have paid out a Penny. . .
More Insurance in force in Kentucky than any other company. More Insurance in force in Lincoln
county than all other companies combined, and not a dissatisfied policyholder among them. A MUTUAL
COMPANY practicing absolute MUTUALITY. Write or phone us today for rates and sample policy.
W. P. Averett, Gen'l Agent
Lexington, Ky.
R. M.Newland, Special Agent
Stanford, Ky.
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THERE IS REAL PAINT
and nko some stuff mixed with
chenppning materials that is not
worthy of the name. If you have
had experience with the latter kind
you don't want another. If you
haven't take our advice and don't
exerimeiit. Iluy our real paints
ind sae yourself disappointment
and money ns well.
J. A. ALLEN. Stanford. Ky.
We Pay
Highest Market
Prices For
All kinds ot Pro
duce, Hides and
Purs
8fis fcafare you eel!, get price
-fA'cowirv or SaKvare.
H. B. Northcott.
T. K. Tudor. Mr.
PHONE 153.
THE FARMERS
Car-lead sf' Cettsn Seed Meal
just received. J. H. Baughman A
Ce.
225 acies of land to sell; can cut
the land to suit purchaser; this is
splendid farming land and a bargain
Write to Box 190, Stanford 22-tf.
Car-lead ef Northern White Seed
Oats Just in. J. H. Saughman &
Company.
I will stand a six-year-old jack
at my farm on the Preachersville and
Stanford pike. He gets good colts
and is a sure breeder and will stand
at sfS.OO. H. C. Anderson 22-0p.
Let the Interior Journal print your
horse and jack cards. Neat work
done promptly at rock bottom prices
For Sale. Four or five, extra
ijood work mares. Jas H. Wbcos.
I will stand my grand horse Pres-
tot. for tho season of 1912 at my
barn at Crab Orchard. He is in bet
ter shape this year than for some
tfwe and in for a splendid season.
Will also stand my crack young
three-year-old stallion Preston, Jr.,
known as the Jim Smith colt. He is
by Preston and a grandson of the
great show mare, Kate Malloy.
Cards will be out shortly giving full
details. J. C. Bailey, Crab Orchard,
Ky. l
Northern seed oats for sale at the
mill. Hustonville Milling Company
Hustonville, Ky. 23-4.
Lee Hurtle has bought of William
K. Allen nnd 0. Lewis Henderson,
their fine farm of 500 acies, in Lo
gan county, situated near Adainille
for which he paid $30,000. This
farm is known as the Browder farm.
FARMERS,
ATTENTION !
Oa accouat ! tka lata Spring you
wist probably be) f oread f buy an'
emir plaw anel rig up aa extra
tews. REMEMBER tbat w caa
wait yew THE OLIVER PLOW
aW tkat our stock f Collars, Har
rieaos aura aNvsjcmng
,gToator tkaa ovor, as wo havo giv
a this lioo our spocUl attention.
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky.
Top hogs were $7.00 at Cincinnati
Sntunlny.
William Leonard, representing
Stewart, Saunders, Bell & Co., of
Louisville, purchased two .car-loads
of cnttle from Jacob Robinson last
week nt $0.25 per hundred. The lot
averaged nbout 1250 pounds per
head.
II. II. Reynierson, of the Brnd
fordsville section sold to James
Youell, of Hustonville, '30 head of
two-ycar-nld Mcrrs for April dfr
livery nt 0 3-4 cents. John Thorn
ton sold to Wnyne and Co., Gj head
stock hogs at 5 cents, Sam Beard,
Millard Thornton and Evan Allen
sold to Qrmes & Co., 40 fut hogs
nt $6.20.
Bridges Bros., of Bath county,
bold their fine young jack, "Ken
tucky Wonder", to Nicholas ille par
ties for $1,200.
The Anti-Saloon League's hill, ex
tending local option in Maryland to
counties not nhendy "dry," was
passed by the House of Delegates.
Mack Wallace, formerly of Stun
foid, wns f-eiiou-ly hurt in tho rail
road shops at Somerset last Friday
when a heavy weight fell on him. It
was nt first thought that he Mas
dead nnd his wife telephoned to re
tain es thnt lie was in convulsions
and could not live. It was found,
iiuwrter, liuil tiio accident wuw nut
ns serious as first thought, and it
is now believed that he hns n good
chance for his life.
PUBLIC SALE!
1 Mill offer at public sale on
Saturday, March 30,
at my home un the Crab Orchard
and Wnynesburg road fie mile
south of Ottcnheiiu, two good work
mures, one in foul by juck, one good
yearling mare colt, one fivq-year-old
cow with calf, two eowa to be fresh
and one seven years to be fresh May
23, one two-year-old heifer, two
yearling steer-, one yearling calf.
, IVwiii unpVinviitn. One imr, Mm
cutting disc harrow, one good t-nd-
uie anu uuiereni Mints oi mi mess,
a lot of lumber nnd nil kinds of
fanning tools. ANo ray household
goods coiiMsting of it bedroom suit,
ono chiffonire, one center table, one
lounge, two tables, eight chairs, one
rocker, two bed, two t-ets of bed
spruit's, one kitchen stove, and one
heating toe, one hewing machine, n
lot of cow pens, nbout 20 bushels of
potatoes ad many other things too
numerous to mention. Sale begins
nt 10 o'clock.
Terms made knowr. on dnv of sale
JOSEPH ABT
Waynesburg, Kentucky.
M. II. Johnson, And. 24-2,i
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ITM! ITCt! ITCH!
Scratch and rub rub and scratch
until jrou fel mm If you could almost
tear tn burning ikln from your body
until It Mtoia ss If you could bo
lower adur ttaasa endless daya of
awful torture those terrible nights
Of alaasleaa 'ajony.
Tlian a faw dropa of D. IX D., tho
famotia Kcseala Speclflo and. Oh I what
relUfl.'The Itch gone lnauntly! Com
fort and raat at laatt
D. O. D. la a almple external waai
that cleanre and heali the Inflamed
akin aa nothing eUe can. A recocalaad
apeclHo for BcMma, Paorlaala, Bait
Ilheuin or any other akin trouble.
We can give you a full also bottle
cf the aenulna D. t. D. remedy for
11.00 and If the yrry Bret bottle faltl
to give relief It wilt not coat you a
eent.. . , . w .
We aliu can give you a sample bot
tle for it cents. Why aulfar another
air when you caa get t. D. V.X
asjiiam A Tajaaar laruaaJall
9lvwai l a I ewiftwi t m swwfwte.
Detectives searching for the Allen
clan near Hillsville, Va., declare that
they expect to locate them soon.
EXECUTOR'S SALE!
Of Perstatl Preserty
As Executor of the estate of
Anderson Carr, deacensed. I will of
fer at public sale on
Saturday, Man 31, 1912,
nt 1 o'clock P. M., at Nunnelley's
Stock Yards, Stanford Kentucky.
The following property to-wit: 2
gray work mates, 1 mule, 0 head of
hogs, 4 calves, 20 goats, 1 buggy, 2
wK?rtJ. 1 Knt L do"!'? tercel "hot
gun, 3 pistols, 1 fine bird dog,
(hitch) farming implements, tools,
harness etc.
Also one cooking range, household
and kitchen furniture, store fix
tures, show cases and other articles
too numerous to mention.
Terms. All sums of 1 10 or under
cash in hand. Sums over 10 a
credit ot sixty days note with ap
proved security, payable at the Lin
toln County- National Bunk, Stan
ford, Ky.
A. T. NUNNELLEY. Executor
lTHypj y?
i ne lernwe grip
of misfortune has few terrors
to the man who has saved.
Yew whfertiwe wW ceaa. Qien a
bank accewit here teday. A deWar
wlH de It. Acewfre an eety wtwd
ahewt the future.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Stanford, Ky.
Capital $50,000. Undivided Profit $4,0 8.94
Deposits $75,481.90.
w. l. Mccarty, Pres.
J. S. RICE, V. Pres.
G. L. PENNY, V. Pre.
J. D. EADS, V-Pret.
M. I. SALIN, Cashier.
S. A. PHILLIPS, As'st. Cathler,
CHICAGO, ILL, CINCINNATI, 0.,
CHUMIUS, 0., CLEVELAND, .,
ETRWT, MICH., T0LER4, 0.,
AM AU MINTS NMTH.
ATLANTA, 6A., URMItrtHAU, ALA., CHATTANvOfiA, TENN.,
DALLAS, TEX., GALVESTSN, TEX., JACKSONVILLE, FU.,
NEW ORLEANS, LA., KNOXVILLE, TENN., SHREVEPfRT, LA,
ANB ALL PttHTt SfUTH AWS SSUTHWCST.
all points North, East, South and West S
VIA THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE
QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE.
roarARUAMAUOTHtt larosjiATiea, cau en ee am
H. C KINO, hiwaa aaa Tkfcat Aft, 101 E. Mala St, IXXINOTON. KV.
W. A. BCCKLEK, O-Mrtl P air Acaat. CTNCINMATI. OWW.
SPRING
SUITINGS!
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT LINE OF
SPRING SUITINGS IN NEWEST PATTERNS, LATEST STYLES
AND ALL COLORS.
Prices 15c, 25c,
50c, and $1 Yd
WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION. ALSO RIG LINE OF TO
BACCO CANVAS AT RIGHT PRICES. WE HANDLE ONLY
GOODS OF QUALITY AND GUARANTEE PRICES.
Hughes, Martin & Co.
Stanford, Ky.
CtNCRETINt I
Wi are in position to do all Linda
of concreting, such as Hlock Work,
Pavements, and in fact, we can make
anything from a koube down to a
fencfl post. Call and get our prices
befdre yon buy your material at
PHILLIPS MM., Stanford, Ky.
Educational FarmTrain
Will Be in Stanford
MAY, MARCH 3011
from 3 to 5 o'clock p. m.
The train will have seven cars, with
thirty-five persons aboard. Will al
so have live stock and poultry exhibit
Be sure and come and bring your
neighbor. Everything FREE.
Remember date and place Stan
ford Depot, Saturday, March 30th,
from 3 to 5 p. m. "
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