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'.-'y-v-Tn4m WJ' '! ' ' "J1 V1 !' K Xfff&vr fr ' Jv V 1 b k? k FV fr "r. ' ?.. ' re Lt-7 K1 2K II B,'S - ' If bV'"' I The Interior journal. Itttfellth 1171 HILTON M. AUFHY,... Publisher SHORT LtCALt. tl A YIAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCI itr4 at Uta rMtotde at Htan aa attest claai malt. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The announcements in this column 'are of candidates for office, subject to the action of the democratic pri ory: For Commonwealth's Attorney EMMETT PURYEAR, OP BOYLE. For County Judqe. T. A. RICE, M. F. NORTH, For Jailer. PEYTON PARRISH, GE6RGE DEBORDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM II. .HESTER. For Magistrate .7. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. DREADS, The Danville Advocate, published at the home of Hon Jennings Price, says that if Judge John W. Hughes, of Mercer, will run for Congress, he will pet Boyle county's vote. The Judge is a mighty fine fellow, but be might as -well stay out. All hades itself couldn't keep Harvey Helm out of Congress again after the prent work he's been doing for the people of the country this term. Jnst put that in your pipe and tmoke it, brethren of the Advocate. Roosevelt managers in North Da kota have notified Senator Dizon in Washington that in their opinion Senator La Follette carried the State in the presidential primaries oven former President Roosevelt and President Taft. La Follette sup. porters declare their majority to be from 15,000 to 20,000. President Taft figured little in the vote. The Somerset Journal went into the hands of a receiver last week. We knew that with the good paper he is getting out, it would be a very short tim till Ed Walton had put some of his competitors out of business. Sea the best oil s.tove on the mar ket at George H. Farris' 22-tf. fertilizer Pence's. lor tobacco beds at 23-2. THE ITAITfiat IMTCTWB JtUIMAL tTAwTtWt, KtMTUCKV. Ccl. Huff Dudderar says that since Carroll has gone, he has decided to tell the celebrated W. H. Traylor marfl and will put her up to the high est bidder next court day. Come in and look our new Wick less Oil Stoves. Nothing equal to them. W. II. Higgins. KJcnzona. For cleaning gloves silk, woolen goods without injury to color or fabric. Miss Ella May Suumlers. See Fish & Bromley about that In surance policy today. It is better tn hi saf. than tarrv. Thev cive you the kind that protect. Nice blue grass farm, of 103 acres within two miles of Stanford for sale. Apply to Adolph Von Grucnl- gnn. ' aa-ti The Junction City Lumber Com pany will sell cheaper than usual for cash, this year. Write them for prices all kinds of building material, cement, lime, sand, stock and poul try fence, etc. Junction City, Ky 22-3p. THE STAMPED OPERA HOUSE, Monday, March 25th The William Wamsher Amusement Compnny offers that Start ling New State Surprise "UNDER ARIZONA SKIES" A Pretty Love Romance with MISS DOROTHY RUSSELL. Fannie Merony, Beatrice Darre, O. E. Allred, C. K. Ellis, Fred Hcrriman, E. A. James, J. C. Fnhl who are noted in the cast. Prices 25, 50 and 75c. SEATS ON SALE AT SHUGARS AND TANNERS'. MARKSBURY THE FARMERS Mrs. Sara Holtzclaw, who has had rheumatism, is much improved. Albert Dortnn sold n bunch of shoats to Will Dawson nt 5 cents." Mark Goins sold a nice horse Squirrel Hill, to Tnvlor Rainy, price .J250. Mrs. Charles Dean is recovering from a several days' illness. Her pounds wool. illness is Thought to be due to oys ter poisoning. This is the second nttack she has had recently from eating them. Robinson and Burnside have sold their interest in the coal and feed store nt Richmond to their other partner, Mr. Broaddus. Mr. Robin Car-load of Cotton Seed Meal Just received. J. H. Bauflhman & We receive fresh fruit every day, Telephone us yonr order., Govers gon v Ue iero for i.0me tiflie. o restaurant. m se after his farm, and other busi- Co. L'25 neie of land to sell; can cut the land to suit purchaser; this is splendid farming land and n bargain Write to Bos 100, Stanford 22-tf. J. D. Ends and Sons want 100.000 See them befoie you ell. 14S-8 Car-load of Northern White Seed Oats just in. J. H. Baughman & Company. I will stand a sis-year-old jack at my farm on the Prenchersville and Stanford pike. He gets good colts ' n.nd is a sure breeder and will stand ness. Parties wanting rooms and offices Willinm Clark has returned to his call at State Bank & Trust Co. bee their nice rooms. 11-tf $100 Reward, $100. Tbe nadtn of hu tprr ill be rlnwd to ban ttt tbtre k at leut one dmuJtd dtecue uat tcmra baa bwn able to cure la all lu nana, and that u Catarrb. Rall'a Catarrb Cure to tat oelj jxxMn run now known to tbe mrdlcal tratrrnlty. catarrn betas a eo&sutuuonal disease, require a ronitlto tkmal treatment. Halli Catarrh Cure to taken in. ternatijr. acting dlrertlr upon tbe blood and muroue vurfaeea of the vyttem. thereby drftrormc the foundation of tbe dtaease. and rlTlwc the patient nreaitb by buudMf up the con.tltutton and mut ing nature In dolna lta work. The broorletorfl have o much faith In lu curative powere that tbey offer One Hundred Dollar for any caie that It tali la cure. Send for lift of tettlmonlala Addreaa F. J. CHENEY CO, Toledo. O. Sold br all Prunuu. 7Sc "ake UaU Fan' t nil for conitlpatlr . home in Jessamine county niter a visit to his son, Robert Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Dye of Middleburg returned home Sunday, after a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Swope. Mr. J. W. Swope and family left at . 8.00. II. C. Anderson 22-0p. Let the Interior Journal print your horse and jack cards. Neat work dose promptly at rock bottom prices For Sale. Four or five estra ood work mares. Jns 11. Woods. 10-3. I will stand my grand horse Pres ton for the season of 1012 at my barn at Crab Orchard. He is in bet- Protect your loved ones with a life policy in the Old Northwestern. One of the most liberal companies in the world. Fish & Bromley. 24-tf. Wanted A good tobacco man to put in six acres of land nt Turners- nlle. See me at once. J. iNevin Car ter, Stanford. 23-1 Harry Sommer says in the Eliza bethtown News that if Kentucky democrats want to instruct for a Kentuckian, they should instruct for Ollie James, who has more ability and brains than cither Clark or Underwood. Senator-elect OJlie James has declared himself as favoring the nomination of Woodrow Wilson for president. Arizona's first legislature now in session will put the recall back in the constitution. It was voted out at the behest of Taft, as the price of statehood. An engine boiler exploded in the Southern Pacific railroad shops at San Antonio and killed 32 men. Gov. McCreary approved the bill which kills the hop joints in dry ter ritory. It hAonmes effective in June. HER HAIR GREW That's Why a Thankful Woman Re commends Parslan Sage. G. L. Penny will sell you a 50c bottle of PARISAN SAGE and guar antee it to banish dandruff, stop falling hair and itching scalp, or money back. It s a delightlul hair dressing that makes hair lustrous and fascinating. "In tLe spring I wns recovering frpm a severe case of erysipelas, which left me virtually bald on the front of my head and next to my ears. The hair kept coming1 out rapidly and nothing I used stopped my getting entirely bald, until I us ed two bottles of PARISIAN Sage, this tonic made my hair start to grow in and, in fact, grew me a good fair amount of hair, and it has en tirely stopped my hair falling out. It is with pleasure that I give a public recommend to PARISIAN SAGE, which I know is a wonder." Mrs. Ella Gillchrist, W. Pitt St. Bed ford Pa. he will engage in farming and dairy business. He will move on the farm belonging to Mr. W. C. Greening, of that place. Henderson .the little 2-yoar-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Swope, seems to be developing some talent for music. He can sing Old Ken tucky Home, and a number of other airs using the syllable "la". The child cannot talk. Pedro Green, wJio has been at Lyons Station for the past year, has gone to Swayzee, Indiana, and orders his I. J. changed there. Thursdny for Parsons. Kas.. where Jt?r shaPe th,s year than for Bome hfi will mnfo in fni-minr nnA lntrv time fillu You'll Want a New i Buggy For Easter Springtime is here and everybody is riding again. Come in and see the fStylish new rigs we have just got ten in. Wo have, without any doubt the most complete lino of buggies ever seen in Stanford. It will pay you to look them ovit. Come early and get your pick. Our styles are Columbus, Moyer, Ahlbrand, ColoV nial, etc, all high grade work and good lookers, the best on the market. W 'I loMb scry r- V Be. 1 a H er I - n j WKLt X '."M TV ru ' .VaaiafaaHaHaHMHHBlBHiiHB FARM FOR SALE! Located on Crab Orchard and Wnynesbuig rood five miles south of Ottenheira, owned by Joseph Abt, containing 59 acres of which 30 acres are open ground. Also a lease for seven years on a 70 acre tract of land, of which 25 acres arc open ground, on both places 14 acres of wheat, 5 1-2 acres of oats, 2 acres rye nnd 9 acres in grass. There are good farm building? on the 59 acre tract, 200 different fruit trees, also good spring and a well. 24-2p. CASEY WILL BE, DEMOCRATIC Elijah Moore, one of tho whe! horse democrats of Casey county, k here for several days, the guet of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilkinson. .Mr. Moore says that the democrat? of (.asey are greatly pleased over be ing placed in the Eigthth Congres sional district in democratic com pany, and he confidently predicts that Casey will be returning a demo cratic majority regularly every year within a very short time. 0 E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. v Mrs. Mary S. Warren sold to John B. Anderson, three acres of land, on Dix river for $200 MUST BELIEVE IT When Well-Known Stanford People Tell it So Plainly. When public endorsement is made by a representative citizen of Stan ford the proof is positive. Yon must believe it. Read this testimony. Ev ery sufferer of kidney back ache, ev ery man, woman or child with kidney trouble will do well to read tbe fol lowing: James Brackett, blacksmith, Whit ley ave., Stanford Ky., says: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills a few years ago and they did me so much good that I am constantly speaking! filllilt tlwi.r, i t .n.. ..nn.wl.1 Kf. I cipal trouble was from my back, which pained me severely at times. I got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at Shugars and Tanner's Drug Store and they helped he right away. I liavo had no back troubles for a long time." For salo by all dealers. Prico 50 cents. Fostcr-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Unit ed States. Remember the namtj Doanf6 and take no other. in for a splendid season. VNill also stand my crack young three-yeor-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. Northern seed oats for sale at the mill. Hustonville Milling Company Hustonville, Ky. 23-4. , DopgeU & Blanton, of Shelby North Carolina, fonght in Boyle nnd Marion counties, a car of mules and horses last week. They were all good. They paid $200 to $225 each for the seven horses, and $175 to $275 ffich for the twenty-seven mules. Hollis BTown of Shellmnn, Ga., bought fourteen horses in Boyle paying $150 to $225 each. J. A. Hammonds the well-known fanner of the Wet End of the county, formerly of the Hubble sec tion, had a ewe to bear two lambs last week, 'which is not an unusual thing, but the funny thing about the affair was that one was born on Tuesday and the other the follow ing Saturday. The weather was very bad, and after the birth of the firht Iamb, mother ewe was penned up in a shed to herself, so as to protect the little one. It progressed nicely all week. Mr. Hammond was great ly surprised on Saturday morning, when going down to feed the ewo to find her nursing two lambs, one showing plainly that it had been only recently born. Mr. Hammond sav that he never heard before of an ewe bearing twin lambs with several days' interval between them. W. J. Powell, of Boyle countv, has sold his farm on Chaplain river be low Perryvirie, to Thomr.i Bowler, of Franklin county. The place is one of the best in the county, be ing mostly river bottom land. The price paid was $9,000. B IBSI mm . wMMV .... -Jai,i-ii-M5jr A Wealth of Beauty IN OUR NEW SPRING SHOWING OF Tailored Suits, Coats, Costumes, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Girl's Coats After weeks of careful preparation we now announce our complete readiness to furnish -mi lady's wardrobe" with all the very newest ideas in fashionable apparel for Spring and Summer 1912 You ment Come in and Get Posted on the New Styles, whether you contemplate a purchase now or not. We are very enthusiastic over our Spring stocks, and cordially invite you to come and look them over. Select Your Spring Suit Now With Easter only three weeks distant this is good advice, l will have first selection from practically im unbroken assort lt. Our sales-iorce can srive vou morn snhern,.rr o(i.,i:.. and any necessary alterations will be made with greater care than during the rush season. Tailored Suits at $15, $18, $20, $25, $29.50, $35 ci.vs:i"H,,5r5",e,"lon 'oour '"al"ifo, nd of wgh. Silk Dresses at $15, $18, $22, $25, $35 Crop" Meteor"1" C"eC,!n "' T"""' FoUlard'' Silk S'"- Ch.nn. .nd Coats for Spring at $ 1 0, $ 1 2.SO, $ 1 5 scfSrKTTo!Sr,,,eiJ aUo a charmin co,ctlon of Novel Children's Dresses at 95c, 98c, $1.25, $1.50, $2.25 prices much tnnTa " " , " -t Silk Petticoats at $1.98, $2.98 and $3.75 In guaranteed Taffetas and Mcssnlines. New House Dresses at $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.98 In splendid styles of Ginghams und Percales Underwear to Please Every Woman F DrvAAi nil ihnnn h a .. .il I . r . tn "-T-,a"' r" "TV m,1K "Ftendidly mnd0 nnd daintily trimmed CorsetCo ers, ComlnnaUon and Drniwers, Petticoats, Princess Slips. tc, etc., also hne of Drawers nnd Gowns for Ch.l-dren, ages 2 to 14 at very attractive prices and up. Gowns, a special mmmmrf. fmtWFsJMWBBMP jzuMimiJLi DANVILLE, KY. TURNER. My fine jack Turner will make tho present season in Moreland, Ky., $10.00 to insure a living colt. Marcs parted with forfeit insuranco if traded without my permission. Tur ner is six years old, black with white points, good style, largo feet and bono and weighs 1005 pounds, lie is a good and sure breeder. Maies with colt should be returned when colts aro from 7 to 0 days old. 'PHONE CI U. B. B. KING, MORELAND, KY. TUPNERSVILLE A wee littlo girt has arrived to brighten tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Moore. Everyono in this community was deeply grieved to learn that Mts. Belle Cash Tevis is dead. She was always ready to work in th0 church Sunday school, and C. W. D..M. also organist. No ono ever heard her say, "1 am tired." Our sympathy is extended to her bereaved sister, Mrs. Alice Cloyd. Miss Anna Power nnd family aro visiting her parents, Mr., nnd Mrs. J. F. Gover. Mr. I.ucicn Eobbitt. of Illinois is visiting his mother and brother here. Miss Margaret and Master Geortr. Piout visited their grandfather, Mr. Walker Houtt, Saturday. Miss Isa Floyd who is teaching a subscription school here, is proving an efficient teacher. Miss Clara Cash has entered school, here. Miss Mary Zeller of Stanford was tho guest of Mrs. Ocorce Ilout last week. Mrs. Georgo Rout is visiting Miss Ruth Coffoy is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Martin. We aro glad to hear that Master James Peck is improving after a severe spell of pneumonia. Cush and Rout have entered their -sve had -ti-j here. store. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Kogcr vis Jted the Inttert parents at Danville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson, of Wayne county were visiting Mrs. Thompson's sister, Mrs. G, W. Koger who continues ill. Pro. Perry cnino down from litis tonvillu Sundny and made an inter esting talk on tho Sunday school. Wo feel that thia has been needed hero for sorao time, and liopo that he will visit us again soon. Hello Hustonville. indeed that's n uniquo collection bo, but I fenr it would got my likeness too often, if fcJwN1.1'1'' "f 'M"''""1 - J .- - .