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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY.
now on display
New in the
Blue Serges, Tans, Greys,
Fancy Stripes and Blacks.
Made by the most skilled
workmen J& Sewed with
silk thread, throughout j&
All Wool : Quality High
Prices Low. : : : : :
Lin coin County National Bank
Comptroller's Call of February 20, 1912
U. S. Bonds and Due
from U. S. Treas os.ooo.oo S447, 254. 78
Lincoln County Bonds S37. 500. 00
Cash and Due from Banks. . 4,Os. 78 S 7S, 6O8.87
Banking House ss.3O0.O0
Total Assets Over Half a Million Dollars
We offer not only the
Largest Assortment in
Clothing and Shoes, but
are ready to take good
CARE of Your Spring
needs in Hats, Caps,
Shirts and Neckwear.
w. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky.
BRING YOUR FEET
Along and let us fit them with the Nob
biest of patterns in Lace, Button and Colo
nial Oxfords. They Feel Good, They Fit,
They look good and please the purchaser
,fe L. SANDERS c
Deposit Bank of Stanford, Organized in 1856
ii t Reorganized, June 2, 1865, as
'Natiinal Bank of Stanford.
Mi If r 1 1 Reorganized, Oct. 2, 1882, as
First National Bank, Stanford.
' ' Absolutely Safe. At the service of
t . H
the smallest depositor.
L II MM lfcT . HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
m.' FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES
BiV H H HV Wool on ComralNlon. Wrllt lor
- - lilt roertljnlathl ad.
JOHN WHITE CO, LWISVILLE.KY.
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The i i erior Journal
HELTON M. 6AUFLEY,... Publisher
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
I 'or Snip. llninlHomo Inirucrfs
nunc, 4 yews old, perfectly pontic
IMione lltl), Lock liox 2G8, W. 1'.
II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE I Ju-t leoeiveil lino of new shoe,
in uliilc lliick nml low cuts. Snm
niered at the icitottlco at Stan
rt hi second clnsi mall.
llic niinotineeincnts in thn column
nre of uniulnlatcs for ofllcc, subject
to the action of the ilenioerntio pri
mnry: For Commonwealth's Attorney
EMMETT I'l'HYEAIt, OF HOYLK.
For Cotintv Judnc
T. A. MCE,
M. F. XOHTII,
WILLIAM II. HESTER
V. A. CARSON
I. L. DECK.
S. M. OWCXS,
J. T. RORERTS
J. D. EADS,
Kentuekv Democrats- feel cry
kindly townrd Champ Clark, as a
.retiernl thine, but the great rank
mid file of the pnity are point' to
ho very slow about jumping into tho
band vngon with the bunch of would
be lenders who weie exploited in the
Courier-Journal a dny or so ago as
nt the bead of the Clark fight
in this state. Editors Sommer, of
the Elizabethtown News, points out
very pungently that the conference
of Clark lenders in Washington was
a "political fnrcc comedy'' compos
ed of a bunch of "dead ones." Tho
rren who have assumed the Clnrk
leadership nre thoe who endeavored
to defeat McCreary for the nomina
tion for governor, and then tried to
iontiol the platform convention t
Louisville under the leadership of
Mr. Wnttcrson. but signally failed.
According to the Courier-Journal's
own dispach, they are nof attempt
ing to wrest control of the party's
organization in the state, from the
tried and true friends of McCronTy.
Mr. Clark is seriously embarrassed
ind bandienped by the men who
have gone to the front for him in
Field- Hriw., fresh nnd cured
mrnN, nnd all kinds of oicanicry
All kinds of latest drink'',
nj's Sodu Fountain. 29-
Tho Stanford Wiil.-r, Light & Ice
Co., has put a linmNomp new ico
wagon in -eiviee this. cnson. Willi
popular Xreley Stone decointing the
drier's toot, it makes a swell n
Xow is the time to paint that
liouif. Sec s:s Ivnnv s
For Sale or Trade A cood phae
ton. John Lynn. 2D-2
Midweek services at the Prc.sby
ti'iinn church on Wednexlny eenini
nt 71(1. Services on Sunday April
14. at 11 A. 31.. and 7:.10 P. 31. At
seTie- of special set vices will bt. held
bejtinnins on Mondnv -trrtl 13, nt
7::i0 P. 31. The Rev. S. F. Lognf
will be in charge.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
3Ir. Frank Connett ,of Cincinnati,
was in Stanford Sunday.
3lr. I). 11. Unllou went to 3lt. Ver
non, Tliur.-dny on business.
Mr. Charlie ltohon, of Lebanoi.,
was here on business Monday.
31iss Homer Tinsley, Sr., of Lnn
raster U iitiug 31rs. W. K. War
ner. 3lr and 3Ir. R. L. llcrrv nnd son
Robeit lVland, or lluslonviile. weio
in town 3(oudny.
3Iiss Majmo Ramsey, is visiting
hor sister, .Mrs. W. II. Frank in
3liss .Mary D. Kennedy has te
tuined home from Ilustonvillc, whcie
she has ben for some time.
Little Cecil Rat-on, of Lnncaster
is visiting her grandmother, 3Ir. nnd
.Mrs. J. II. Hilton.
Mi- .1 II Williams and IiiMp-m
of Jack-boro. Tenn., nre with her
parent-, 3Ir. and 3Ir. J. J. 3IcKin
ney nt Mt. Snlem. Mrs. 3IcKinne.
hud a -troke of panil-is, m mur
ium1 ago, nnd is not improving or.
Mr. and Mr-. John Mount, of Lnn-ca-ter,
have been the reeent guests
ot her brother, 3Ir. J. C. Lynn nnd
Jfiwj Jennie Lackey, of Lancaster
cninp oxer Wednesday to attend tho
Rev. P. L. Urucc will attend the .MeRohert and Etnlrrv wedding. She
leeting of Trannylvanin Presbytery i ,n m 1)le ,u.t ,lf 'Mr joll, nollt
.. rr , i . .i .. - . - "- ""
iu iinrroa-uurs ipni u-u. !im fnn,,ly.
li.n.....l.. f rl, ! A,r"- T- 1- Kmcy nxl children,
. . ?"' " . "" mf
Col. R. II.
On hard, dropped into tho I. J. of'
l'ue Court day and aid that ho will
M-iy -hortly auiioiince bis candi
diuy for Aso-!.or, subject to tb"
notion of the Democratic mirty. Col.
Rronaugh is one of the best known
democrats in the eastern section nnd
hns a w oi Id of friends all over the
country who beliee that he de
eres a lewnrd for his life-long
work for his party's success.
''Our baby cries for Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy," w-iitos 3Irs.
T. 15. Kendrick. Ra-aen. Ga. "It
is the be-t couch lemedy on thn
market for couch, colds and croup.
For sale by G. L. Pennv.
For -ale n good work hore cheap
II. C. Anderson. 2S-2.
We will have our ice cream fac
tory in operation at 3IcKinncy by
the 10th of April, nnd wilftnke
pica sine in delivering all orders,
whether lorcc or small. Try us once
and J on will come again. C. 31. Sip
pie, .Manager, 3IcKinney, Ky. 2S-tf.
The Very Rev. Walter Tajlor
Summer, Dean of the Protestant
Episcopal Cathedral of Sts. Peter
and Paul. Chicago, who was the
head of the Chicago Vice Commis
sion, hns announced thnt hereafter
lio rnarriacc will be performed by
any of the clergymen attached to
the parish until the contracting par
ties have obtained a "clean bill of
health," signed bv n reputable phy
sician to the effect that they are
noimal phyicnlly nnd mentally, and
have neither nn incurable nor com
If the legislatuie- of the arion
states would enact such a law, with
such penalties attached as to insure
its observance whnt n boon it would
bo to tho human race in the elimi
nation of disenso nnd sub-normal
mentality. The intelligent farmer
bis live stock upon this principle
nnd thercbv improves his cattle,
horses, swine nnd sbeep, but tho
men nnd women of the land di-rc
card this elemental law of nature,
and ns a consequence, our nsylums
nnd hospitals and homes nie filled
with children of diseased body nnd
diseased mind. No unsound man or
womnn has the right to marry and
bring into the world diseased chil
dren. Tt is both lack of sense nnd
lack of heart; and if the individual
conscience does not prevent it. then
the strong nrm of the law should intervene.
Lost. Rlack leather grip full of
babv articles. Reward for return
to 3L. J. II. Williams, 23 R. IIu,
HiK'nMer. hnvo been the guet'ts
of Dr. Rtney nud family.
3Ir. Raymond llaselden nnd fami
ly, tnotortd ocr from Lnnen-ter,
3hss Mnry 3Iiller came down from
Richmond to nttend the 3IcRo'ucrls
nnd Embry wedding.
3Ir. Will Walker, of Lonon-ter,
stopped oer on hU way to Losing-to-i.
3Irs. W. G. Wither vi-iting her
brother Rev. Chniiie Powell and
fnmily in Danville.
3Irs. Mattic Gi instead, of Louis
ville i- the gue-t of Prof, J. W.
Ireland nnd fnmily.
3Ir. and 3h-. C. E. Tate went to
Cincinnati ThuiMlay to bee the 3Iis
sionniy World in Cincinnati.
3Ir. and 3Irs. Will Giens nnd
daughter I--nbeHe from near Shel
by City attended the 3IeRoberts nnd
Embry wedding. Wednesdny.
3Ir. A. R. C. Dinwiddie, of Shelby
City, sister 3fiss 3Iattie, of Louis
ville. were in town Thursday.
.Mr-. John Sam Ow-ley, of Frank
lin, stopped oxer here a few days
with her hit-band, on her way to -ec
her son, James nt 3Iillerburg, who
i- repotted quite ill.
Lame shoulder is nearly nlwny.
diie to iheumnti-m of tho muscles,
nnd quickly ields to tho free ap
plication of Chamberlain's Liniment
For Snlo bv G. L. Penny.
In eases of rheumatism relief
from pain makes sleep nnd rest pos
sible. This may be obtained by np
phing Chamberlain's Liniment. For
sale by G. L. Penny.
A fine 'vein of bnntes ore has
bene found on tho fnrm of J. T. which is considerably
Snndidgc in Pole county. I nnv fonm r season.
California will devote to limn
beans this year about 83,000 ncres.
in eteess of
There bceuis io us to be ns much
justification for American interven
tion in Mexican affairs right now,
ns thero wns when our government
htepped into tho constant cmbro
glio between tho Cubnns nnd Spain
n (Wen years ngo. Tho upshot of
which wns thnt ho assumed a bene
volent protectorate over tho island
until sho could straighten out her
own nffnirs. One revolution treads
upon tho heels of another in our
southern neighbor, so fast they fol
low. Why not step in and put an end
to tho wholo business by nnnexig
R. G. Collins. Postmaster, Uenegnt
N. J., was doubled with a severe
In grippe cough. He says: "I would
bo completely exhausted after each
fit of violent coughing. I bouyht
a bottle of Foley's Honey nnd Tar
Compound and before I hnd taken
it nil tho coughing b pel Is had en
tirely ceased. It can't be beat."
Shugars and Tanner.
to consult this bank on al! points relating to invest
ments, the purchase of bonds, stocks or other finan
cial matters. It is the business of a banker to know
about those things.
Our senices aie entirely nt your
disposal. Nothing is too small for
our attention. You may savo your
self loss. Como in today and let us
talk it over.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital $50,000. Deposits $71,593.85.
w. l. Mccarty, Pres.
G. L. PENNY, V. Pres.
M, B. SALIN, Cashier.
J. D. EADS, V-Pres.
J. S. RICE, V. Pres.
S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, A-Cash'r
We want you to see what we have
FpR YOUR HEAD, and we are
willing to Take Chances on your
If you are waiting for the NEW
THINGS in the GOOD GRADES,
then we will sell you.
We carry a large assortment of the John B. Stetson
Hats in the full shape,
large size, black and light
13.50 and IS
Stetson's Stiff Hats at
Stetson's Young Men's Styles, in
In lower grades than Stetson's we have an immense
assortment of styles nnd colors at
$1.50, $2.50 and $3.00.
25c to $ 1 .50
CAPS, in both men
and boys at
STRAW HATS The yacht or .ailor ha.
- the call and we arc show
ing them in the good qualities only at
$1.50, $2.50, $3 and $4
but they are beauties.
PyJ They are always good; in medi-
um and full shapes at $5.
H. J. McROBERTS
ADVANTAGES OVER LUMP LIME:
It is Economical,
No danger of Fire,
No air Slacking,
No waiting for your mortar to season.
W. H. HIGGINS, sgftg
It Takes Many Features to Make
a Drug Store Complete.
First of all, a Drug Store is a place where drugs
are sold, but the Drug Store of today carries
a score and more of other things useful,
beneficial and luxurious.
Ours is a Drug Store Complete
in Every Detail.
Drugs, Toilet and Nursery Needs, Rubber Goods,
Surgical Supplies, Books, Cigars,
Candy and Stationery.
Naturally we can offer you the assurance of class
and quality in everything we sell, because
we know that they are adapted to the needs
of our customers.
Anything in a drug store that you want, we have
PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.