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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN MOUNTAIN Killed COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914 KILLING AT KINO'S STRONG TWe. Piper step When Ymt TkM ! Up Watch Dtta Oa Lfcel and Renew Prmt. te TUESDAYS A NOBLE YOUNG MAN AND1 FRIDAYS WHISKEY PEOPLE PUT TO ROUT IN LOWER HOUSE IVt u I l-- s t h, i. PASSES AWAY Indiana, seven years ago, ami in 191.1 Popular Druggists .?. Mrs. Coe H. Moser Dies ThU Morning it.... I sold him two more. The proof of Of That Type Who Have After Long Illness Interment tlic pudding etc. On )esttrthty afternoon alnnit three Crab Orcliar.i, March 12. R. R. Fare Reduced Gotten Splendid Results Over what is known as the Gero'chick'. message came here from Saturday Messrs. George ami Thomas Lytic man settlement, hack of Morcland is were bereft of a devoted father .1 few King's Mountain to Sheriff Weather- flcr several weeks of intense Frankfort, Ky, March 12 The liford, thai Will Routen had shot and Stanford, K) , March 12 clever David Knocpflc, who bought an tlajs since, ami our community tlccply Mrs Lorraine C Moser passed Indiana last year, and is highly pleas sympathize with them in their loss. enor interests were given an overkilled James Florence. Florence, who IJtlitor Interior Journal, whelming defeat in the Home on Tucs-sla- y ed. And so, Mr F.ditor, if your valu Mr. George L)nc deceased, was 86 awa) tins morning aliout one o'clock kept a barber shop at that place, Is Dear Sir1 when the Frost county unit mi said to have called Ronton, who was at On the front page of jour able space did not demand that I should vrars of age ami was held 111 the high at her apartment in the M)cr House. home from Somerset on a isit, into issue of Fib 27th, 1914, is an article, stop, I could go on naming them hy in' evtcrin hy all who knew him. His Although her going had been hourly pain (I hy a vote of 72 to 22, ami immediately thereafter the statewide his place of business, where the dis- hiaring a Hustonvillc date hue, which, tin score who have tried them liuiurs career was a most successful exiectctl for days, )ct when friends and arc buying more of them. our, ami hv industry cconotn) hill wan hrotight up hy the cussion if some old trouble took place to say the least, is and reccivitl the message that "her frail and, in House h a hr.iw majority anil seems it ion to those already mention-i- d principle he amassed quite a fortune, hark hail put out lo sea." Ihey were httwecn these tvso nun It is said that view of the fact that sour valuable pap In I likely to have action taken upon it thU Hefore her marriage to-- f oe N Florence had a shot gun and Routen a er has a wide circulation among peomention the following; hut the grandest eulogy to he paid him shocked J wiek Thp Frost cfiuni) unit hill pistol, and that some way during ple 111 whom I am interested, and in Cash, A. T Tray lor, T W. Jones. W. is that he was an unaffected Christian, H Moser, aliout two )ears, she was the calling nf a local option p tin fight, Routen sticccitltd in get- whose welfare ficl sure that oii are M Anderson, Ucrt Mathcny, Dr Hugh a splendid tribute to his noble charac- Miss Lorraine Campbell, the onlv upon petition of 25 cr cent of the ting the shot gun away from Florence. also interested, I ask that you give this Rtul, N. L. Gaines, John It. Andcr-A')ter, was printed in his home paper. daughter of Mrs. W. H. Mueller, of 15. G Gover, John U. Camcnisch, The Henderson Dally Journal. His this city, and a sister of B. jT. Camp-bel- l, voter of an entire count) instead of One rcirt is, to the effect that Flor- article the same prominence th.it )oti . also of this citj." 25 wr cent of the voters of each preence kept advancing oil Routen, sctk-m- g gave the other I do not wish for one Fnd VoiiGrucnigan, R. C Hockcr. J. sons here, Messrs George and Thomas Mrs Moser vvaji a grailualeCiif the II McAhster and many others who l.ync endeared themselves to the hearts to regain his gun, and that Routen moment to cast any reflections what-cvcinct as heretofore lite in Lincoln comity, to say nothing have endeared themselves to the hearts Stanford High School in May .19li shot him, claiming to have done so in After the Frost hill h.nt been ...cd, iixm )otir valued Hustonvillc of the dozens living in Garrard and of our people hy pursuing iIip same and was one tjf "the members 'of tins sel defense He was brought to town the wet members of the lloue iIioukIu )HISlS I know him well, and rmli.ii rail the ill) members h) Tile Kiiul was raised h) Senators Hall, the same afternoon and taken to the know that he would not intentionally Hoy le to whom I could refer did space course of action instilled into their class, who graduated "n'J cm state wiile prohil.ition The Moods and Idles that there is no St. Asaph hotel, where he is under make a statement that would be injur- permit Again, I sav that, with chari- lives hy this grand old man We wish She had only heen out of .school a temperance leaders have not htm mak- necessity for the tncaMirc, and that the guard pending an examining trial ious to an) one, but, as stated above, ty lor all anil malice toward ntithcr we had space to reproduce the obitu- few weeks when she was united in marriage to Coc H. Moser. correspondent Much nor ary ing a fitflit to secure the passage of hanks arc now hearing a heasicr tax which will be held Monday. hip article whtdlv unintentional iion your Hustonvillc Hun hill than real estate, ami that the enact Mr Clarence M Perkins, cashier of S)inpathy goes out to this broken I.cil I.) I)r Palmer, superin-tcnilehis part conc)s the wrong impres the tomrete silo, I most respectfully of the League, all ment of sued a law would place an FOUND DEAD IN BED AT HOME sion, and is, therefore, misleading The submit the above for the benefit of the Hell National Hank, at Pincvillc hearted husband and her bereaved visitul his uncle, W. K. Perkins last mother. The death of this young woattention Jm heen directed to the Frost additional hurtlen uxin the hanks The article referred to, tells of Mr J K. vour rradcis. man has caused much grief in the "city, Thanking you m advance, I am , Senators sotinu for the measure sscre The Death of Len Crawford Caused Ilauglunan, of the West Fnd, having week muni; unit hill anil it lias been (udv ) W. P. KLSCA1D among the members who are Hale, Clenn, U. II. Scott. Viuctut and Mr. I von Fish went to Richmond as she was one of the most jiopular Great Excitement lost several head of mules, supposid to Saturday to atttntl the 'burial of her young- women that this city possessed, intercs'to in measure desired hy the Williams have duel from eating ensilage, ami Hustonvillc,. March, 12 Lancaster Man Cuts His Throat uncle, Mr. Tray lor, who died very sud- alwavs pleasant and happy. 'Ihc House Committee on AppropriJiniKrailfe people of the slate that that it was because of the fact that enThe funeral services will be held to. u tlii League leader were ations, of ss Inch Representative Sallf-lc- ), A dispatch from Huntington, W Va, denly at Corbin on his return from Len Crawford, colored, son of Tom silage had been cured in a wooden silo. morrow afternoon at two o'clock at the making no effort to push state-wid- e of Lincoln count), is chairman. Craw fortl, was found dean says. Thomas Monda, where he spent the winter. As soon as I read this article I went to the Courier-Journhis apartin this week killed two large appropria- ments in Hitstoiuille Sund.i) morning te see Mr Ilaiighman who, b) the w.i), 11. Robinson, a leading citizen of Lanprohiliitiou Mrs. Caltha New land, is running the apartment, hy Rev P. L. Bruce, the The liquor trailer appeared to think tion! hilU One provided for an ap- ami showed that he had died in great is tine of Lincoln's most extensive, and caster, Ky, ami a candidate for ap- housekeeping department of the St. pator of the Presbyterian church of which she was a member. TI15. inter-n.tthnt tlu e'ry members of the home propriation of JJO(Vji) for the hencfit igonv, from the way that he haiT movttifi't successful farmers, as well as a pointment as iostmaslcr of that placet Ivon hotel during Mrs. Fish's absence.-Dr- . will tae place in the Buffalo Wclhy Hurgin is attending the were not sincere regarding their ex- of th a m I inn at LcxuiKton, ed arotmd in his bed He anil a lot of ui) trutnlul ami clever gentleman-a- nt! was taken frenn a C &. O., train, from "" Springs Cemetery. $40,0(10 to his. pressed Altitude toward stale-wid- e and the other souttht to proasked him concerning' the article Washington, suffering from a wound Dental Association in Louisville this )t.mig white friends were drinking The Pallbearers ; Dr T. W. Penninghibition, if it should come to a ote, Slate umstrsit) to hmld a studints' coimderably at a ver late hour Satur-b- above mentioned Here is his rep!) in in his throat, which appeared to have ) George Holmes, Sr., is quite sick ton O L, Moser, L II Davis, B. If. hut the) were soon set right n dininn hall. Another hill, appropriatA Mr. been inflictitl by a penknife. ni'iht and all went to Ins room to his own words hy Representative Judy, of Mont- - ion $5".(HX) for an ixhihit from with Baker, W. O. Martin and T. K. Tutlor. "It is true that I have lost seven Robinson was taken to a hospital here at his home here, threatened take a lunch ami after partaking of at the San I'rancisco expsitioii sotm eatables, he left apparently al- limits poimrv counts to bring out the stateI supiKise (mark von, he aid an J it it report etl by the surgeons in pneumonia. wide hill, Mr. J. I!. Willis is no better at this was oted for h almost was rtxrled fasorahly h) a majority right, it is said He had httn in poor "sliiiiKise") from eating ensilage News of the Churche, It atti'itlaiiee that his injury is serious. mri wd nun on the- - floor of the of the tomuuttce, hut Kepresentatixe health for rural )cars anil all medi- is alto true that tin ensilage came out He is unable to talk and it ts there- writing, heart failure seems to be his Services at the Baptist church Sunhome a well a l) a big majnntv of Sai.flcs' Hiid Keprestntatise Karri, of cal trealmtnt seemed to do him no of a wooden silo, but I do not for one fore impossible to j.ct from him any trouble, day, March 15th. Sunday school at 9.30 Mrs. Walker is sick at this writing. A M., preaching at 11 o'clock, subject, the dr) members and lhc consequence Itoslc offeretl a minority report against i'ihmI lust what the cause of hit minute attribute the death of in) mules 'statement a to how Ins injuries vvtre Mr. Charles Huchanau was granted "Rrgentration or the New Birth." John that the liquor people find state-wid- e i Representa- death srcius to be a such au appropriation. The to the fact that this ensilage came out received. When found hy the porter ni)ster) a divorce from Lt'la Huchanau, nee facing them, which - the last thing in tive Saufles took the Hsitiou in re jury, that held the B. Y. P. U. at 630 P. M., preach-in- g impicst, which was, ol a wooden silo Ihe idea is ridicu- of the train Mr. Robinson was occuMontgomery, hy the last term ot Lintlic will' the) want The mm nf the Rard to all three of these appropria- held over him were not able to at 7.30 P. M . subject "What Must lous mere Iwsh I have hail my wood- pying hi berth m .1 sleeping car. afcrcc wet taction in the Legislature The last new received this morning coln court through Attorney W. U I Do to be Sav etl." Acts this tion that while they ma) be needed a to the came. Some thought that en mIo for scars ami this-i- s the first 0 session has been cotni1etc a the Frost tdl), the present session of the legis- piohahlv drink Services at the Presbyterian church Later it was under- trouble that 1 have- - ever had with it, w is that Mr Robinson wa still alive Hansford. 'llierc wa mute an interesting spell Sunday, March 15th, Sunday chool at hill, which provides that 25 cent, lature was elected on a platform of stood that an investigation would be and :l is all right I feel sure that my and would rccovtr. ing match at the Haptist church last 93'. Morning service at II o'clock, of the voters of a count) instead "of ccnnoiii) and reform and with the made to see if he had met with foul trouble wa due to one of three thing: Thursday night. It was well attended "The Unseen Helpers." a prccuici ma) call a local option elec Mate tw million dollar in dcht he plas It u,i- - also thought that he hail First, I mav have fed them too much, I Local People Have Narrow Escape Brotherhood and enjoyed. Proceeds go to the church at 3 o'clock. Young peoples' society at the Senate h) a otc of 2 was not in favor of spending an) more frozen to death, as the IkmI) was cold gave them all that thev would eat; R. Coleman and her mothMrs. ttui to I and the Mouse h) a vote of I Contest 630. "A Well Stored Memory." livenof the people's monc) than is aho-lutil- v ami stiff when found second it ma) have been caused from er, Mrs. M. V Katou, of Cary, had a fund. A large Geographical to I necesarv to conduct the state's am inclined very narrow escape Tuesday aftcruoo'i. will be hehl there next Thursday night. ing services at 7 15 o'clock. Monthly R l.ipp onil wife, of Dansille. smut on the corn, , but "). hiu siifni vpalntt the lull husuiess He carried his contention were jtin- guests (f relatives and friends to believe that it was due to the fact cautd by the shaft coming undamped, Come meeting of Hitlers and Deacons on There wil! he an entertainment at the Mi udav evening, March 16th, at 7:15 were Iteprescntatisc Ampler, Drown, hefore the conuuittie with with regard here Salurda) and Sundav that ihe ensilage was frozen hard when as thev were coming down depot street Wil-li- a Davis. Dreschrr. II C. Duffy, to the first two hills mentioned alnive, o'clock. The robins have come at last with fetl to the mules. M) neighlior, T Car- - and this causing the horse to btcomi Christian church Friday night consistn (luffs, Duncan, Fryer, hdy, hut the tnaiorit) of his committee their songs, and this nowv .pcll might penttr, has been all vs inter, anil i )et fiightinid and ran across the streit ing of music, tableaux, dialogues, and Best Family Laxative Kltttt. Lull. McVally, Harry J Mev-itthat untold good would result be called the "Robin's Winter." fettling hi horses, mules, broodmares into the telephone iost in front of the recitation, for the benefit of the church Beware of constipation. Use Dr. N'ewman. O'llricn, Pcrr, Price, to the state from having its magnificent Mrs Ola Richardson, of Cincinnati, and all. out of au lutli itia Silo, and Fit.t National Hank. It was thought to which all are invited. Miss Jewtll Goodman entertained a K;ng's New Life Pills and keep well. K'eed Spahn, Tieiiun. Walton and John iirodiul and cre.1t resources atlvertis- - it the guest of Mrs. Idnr) Hudson. at first that luith of the lathes were Pas o far hail no bad results." Mrs. Charles F.. Smith, of West Frankn.l f.t fl. ...trl.t ... ft,.. Ititr ..vtiaif ..... WI11U, of Madison county hurt, v.. ... .,. .I,,..,, .t a,v 'H Aiviii .,.,. laar Scott and Son, of Harrodshurg After having interviewed Mr liauglt-ma- emu!y few hut not, they only re- number of her young friends at a so- lin. Me., calls them "our family laxacial this week. Debate- Uhii the measure was hrief, next vear, and so outvoted him and were here S.itunlav I scratches. When the bugtive." Nothing better for adults ceiver a or have gone to ec other to attend Ihc pub-- li Mrs. Heine Adams is visiting friends aged. Get them today. 25c. All drugheme, limited to an atlempt of the Representative Farrts who agreed with fanner in Lincoln, Ho)le and gy turned over ami in the exsale of the I ipps Mill gists or by mail. in Somerset olpo'iiul of the lull to cloud the issue them hut refutd to he a party to The sale of the Roller Mill here was Garrard, who are Using wooden silos, citement Mrs. Coleman lost the et out H F. Bucklen & Co, Philadelphia Mr. Charlie Huchanau left for Louish) the injiction of the state-wid- e prospending the state's moiic) for such a well attended and was withdrawn at anil without a single exception the) all of her diamond rind, but was (omul or St. Louis. ville Thursday, afttr a most enjoyable hil.ition i.nestiou Kcpte tentative 11 purpose at this time This hill has 7,0rt0 that being the highest bid and express tile nut Ives as being highly shortly by George Hurtlette. visit with hi mother and friends. He C Duffs, of Harrison counts, oflcrtd passed the senate, hut will be that was made b) W G Tulle), of pleased with them Mr. K. timidity, Bastln Leaves Pittsburg Kickapoo Worm Killer Expels Worms was extensively entertained while here. ;iti Jim'i I.111 lit by j) 01 iiilisti itc fought out on the floor of the Home, Danville. Capt T I) J W. Bastitij of Pittsburg, Ky., an of Dan- of Ito.vlc counts who is using both The cause of your child's ills The A social given by Mr. Mollie Hurgin for the unit hill, a hill providing for a and will probtbls In- - defeated ville, cried the sale in his usual pleas- loncrete and Indiana stave silos, extensive dealer in coal mining interfttid, offtnsive breath. The p'ohilution constitutional amendment. that a few sears ago that he lost see-ir- starting 1111 with terror and grinding of in which about thirty young people ests in Laurel and Muhlenhtirg coun ant manner took part wat much enjoyed. He was ties, Douglas Representative raisid the mule and hore from being fed teeth while asleeji the sallow com The Mock law passe d the regular I lahoratc has purchased of Mr. and Mrs. were held here ceremonii IK.im of intii that the substitute was Wetlnestl.t), the occasion bung the un- council meeting here Fridav night withinilage out of a concrete silo Several nlcxion dark circle under the eves aNo entertained hy Mr. and Mrs. Rob. S. C. Stofer their handsome residence ert Collier, Mr anil Mrs W. I) New- Are all indication of worm not in order since tt rtlated to a dif- veiling on South Ashland avenue and will of the statue of (Inv William out ,iti) trouble While there is tputc farmer in adjoining counties a well Worm Killir it what child .Speaker Terrell stis- ftoth-- l, ferent subject 111 Lincoln, have lost horses ami needs, it expels the worms, venir cause land, and a social at Mrs. Hunt's move here about April 1. Mr Bus-ti- n litat which has heen erectitl in front a numler of people that will be a the vvhtre a lively crowd had a good time. tamed the point of ordtr. declaring chose Lexington in prefercne to of the new Capital building. Speeches tle surprised anil hurt over the pas mule the past few wiek hy the doz- of the child's unhcalth) condition. For Don't fail to see those lovely voiles Louisville thivl tliV uljcf' was not germane tc sage of this ordinance for a while, we en that have not been fed ensilage at tne removal ol seat, stomacli and pin The Stofer as a home. were made hv Gov McCrear). worm, ktckapoo Worm Killer gives anil iiiicnen and criuts and other prtt-t- ) place was formerly the Bacon propthe hill Slanle) think the) will see where it is of great all, the veterinane- - ay, poisoned from sure relief. Itt laxative Ilevkham and Congressman effect adds elress materials at L. L. Sanders'. ' Walton, of Kcprcsc"la mut on fodder. Dr Hugh Rcid. near tone to the general S)stem erty, and has just been remodeled Oil account of the heavy inclement benefit to all later on as it had be Supplied Mis Clara Collier is visiting her ton, .'iitneahd fiom the ruling of '.I.e. Xv come almost impossible to raise a gar- Mi.nfortl, lost four mule, ami one horse as a candy confection children like it. and converted into a handsome resiwere father the formal ceremonies Ch-- n, hut tin House sustained Speak-e- i week from eating stalk Jsale ami sure relief. Guaranteed. Ilii) brother, Thomas Colhtr in Louisville lience. 'Th lot fronts 100 feet on Ash. held in the house chamber after the th or keep a vard in anv shape at all tin pre-ea Imxjoda) ll druggittt tin wttk anil next. Price 25c. Ttrrell. t7 to 22. Riprtscutativcs statue had been unveiled for the hogs, that made nightly raids fodder, vl le.ist, the State Vetcrinar laud avenue and extends backk 210 or hv mail. Mr and Mrs. Charles Iloldman, of Farm. Mount. Smith and Sauflc) voton them. This law will take effect ihc 1.111 .titl that if that was not ihe came Kickaoo Indian Metl Co. I'hila., or Ma)ville viitit! their mother Mrs. feet B. J. Areac) effectetl the sale. ed to Misiaiti the Speaker and for the 20th of Marsh Lexington Leader. 'hat he could not account for it. St I inns. II) a vote of 68 to the House on Claudia iloldman Sunday. hi!' In addition to this, I will sa) that Mrs Daniel Tra)lor, of Stanford, Monda) night passed a bill reducing Mr. F. V. Fouhee. of Lexington, The bill, requiring counties to sold and dedining the vcr PJI.t. Mrs Meoma Lunsford Dead the fare tin railroad 111 Kentucky to was the guet of her parents. Mr. and was the gtict of Miss Ma) me Hold-ma- n Special "Health Warning" For March a vcKPi.arian to inspect c.itl'c Mr. D. W Dunn Wctlncsda) and livered 5t Indiana Silo, 2i of tin Mis Meoma Lunsford, wife of the March is a trying month for the two and a half cents a mite. 'I lie ori Sunday. for iou!imuiirbii uie&M, v,j pa number, I sold to men who already Jiad late Giorgc Lunsford, who departed very ginal bill offered in the House pro- Thurstla) The sad news has just betn receiv- Croup,young and for elderly people. 4.10 22 Indiana Silo. Mauv of them had ucd tin life last Ma), tlitd at the home of Will RigMcv wat in Maulortl bronchial coins, lagnppe and t rate Speaker ed here of the death of the aged fathpneumonia arc to be feared and avoidRcptesiint live Itailrj's lull providing vided for a on business ami to sec his par- them for year anil not one of them her son in Arlington, Intl., this week rrell look the tloor himself and made er of Mr. J Thomas Cherry at Hrod- - ed. Folev's Iloncv and Tar is a great I have that graduate of medical school s perfectly satisfied. but who ents. Mr anl Mrs J F Rlgnev and wat brought here at home of htr familv medicine that will quickly stop a hird fight for a tvso cent rate hut good riputainn he grantid licenses t been out of a day this year, hut daughter, Mr, Alice Laud; where the licael. He was a splendid Christian a cougli. check the progress of a not gcntlfiuan and had long been a pati- cobl, prcclin incd true without a state board hv .1 vote of 48 to 38 the two cent rate Just Right for Backache have o far, told three for thi year' antl relieve inflamed and confuneral wa held Thurday morning. ent sufferer. Wo extend to the be gested air passages. It is tafe, pure, cx.iuiinali.il was passid b) a vote e.' was otttl dovvii and two and a half And Rheumatism deliver), two of them to mm whom I The burial took place at Goshen ccme. reaved family our heartfelt s)mpathy antl always reliable. 'I he bill thin cent rate substituted roles, rsiduev Pills arc so ihoroiiL'li. 4'; 13 y stdd to )car, who are buying: their ttr). passed The representatives from the 1) effective for backache, rheumatism, The bill to grant Iiicumd to swollen, aching joints. Mduc) ami blad-th- r second. sito anil one to a mail who had Thomas Vice Kills Himself WEALTH OF HAIR when I'ighlh congressional district voted as. examination, without ailments that thcv.are recommend. the misfortune lose hi ham ami silo Disordered Kidneys Cause Much Misery Mr. Thomas Vice, of Flemingsburg, ed ever) where of medical schools, was follows 011 this important Hiint: gratluates A "A Jeffords. Mc- - hy fire a few mouths ago, and he With pain and misery hy day, Parisian Sage Makes Thin Lifeless 54 years old, For two cent. llarrall, of Spencer, Grevv, Neb. sas "Mv druggist recommitted suicide hy tahlid h) a viva voce vote. bladder weakness at night, Hair Soft and Abundant called to sic me and order commended Fole) Kuinev Pills for Cox, of Anderson, Dorman. of Jessa hanging himself in his ham on his tired, nervous and men and 'I lie Jud) bill, to press ill negroes etl another "Indiana". pains in mv hack, and hefore I finishHiautiful hair," fluffy, lustrous, farm near Sunset in this Fleming counwomen ever) where are jlad to know from soting in white school elections, mine; Mount, of Garrard; Ray of ed one bottle. m old trouble entiiely Out on the Danville pike a few mile that Foley Kidney Pills restore health abundant, and free from dandruff, is Shelby: Saufles, of Lincoln, Smith, of disapiicaritl. ty. He leaves a wife and children. He passtd 5H to 17 fiom Stanford live clever "llig Jake" and strength, and the regular action of one of woman's greatest charms it's is said to have grown despondent and The Wtbb bill, giving count) lioanls Mercer. Robinson, admitted by all who know kitlne) and bladder. For sale b) all her main dilight )et so many of the For two and a half rent. Karris, of Sprint Opining fair sex have streaked, thin and life ftared that he was going to starve to education authoritv to call elections county's most druggists. of less hair, and think there is no remedy. death. WF announce our spring opening of him, lo be one of Lincoln Ho)le, White, of Madison. o voir for a special lax for consoli of it largest Beautiful hair is largely a matter of pattern hits and late Paris mveltie. successful farmer, one dated KihiHil districts, wa defeated, IB largest, cattle and mule feed-cThe Dates of the K. of P.'s Fair Parisian Sage frequently attention. beginning March IQtli, continuing thrie it not the Plain Truth That's Worth Muoey .Vi as 51 soles were ruptired to pass practices act, dcsigntd Ihe corrupt and most enerto one of it tircle At .1 recent meeting of the otficcrs applied and well ruLbed into the scalp thi), public cordiall) invited Miss Using Folev's Honey and Tar for a It contained an cmer-gtn- to rigulatc election; and provide for the measure. getic e.xperunintcrt, a well a one of ami directors of the K. of P. Fair, works wonders. Try it today, and you cough or cold may save you both sickDaisv will be surprised vvith the result not. the publication of campaign contribuclause it shrewdest business nun, Mr Koh-i- i Atniust 19, 20 and 21 were selected as only will the hair become abundant,' ness and money. F. F. Monahan, expendi'I he Olistr bill, empowering trustees tions and regulate campaign son ha on hit large farm two large he date on which the great fair will soft, fluffy, radiant with life, but real ways fixes me up in good shape when TAKES OFF DANDRUFF Menomonie. Wis., says "I am expos for he held thi year of graded sehool dUtiict to levy a tures of candidates of various political ly doubly beautiful, HAIR STOPS FALLING concrete ilot, which he had had kinds of kcliool tax not to exceetl 50 cents on parties in Kiutuck), was discussed h) Parisian Sage supplies hair and ed to sallHoney and weather and I findI Danville fair in some years. At lilt Tar Compound al-it surtly removes dan- Fedev scalp needs the $100, was passed hy a vote of SO the Senate most of Monda). persuaded him to buy an Indi- IF CONSTIPATED OR Girls! Try This! Makes Your Hair 'M, catch sold or have a bad cough. I druff with one application, stops itch- recommend voted Thick, Glossy, Fluffy, Senator Frost introduced the hill it gladly," Refuse substi to 21. Representative Saufley ana Silo, and asked him to give it a BILIOUS "CASCARETS" ing head and cleanses the hair of all tutes Beautiful 1'or sale by all druggists. which it identical almost with the New against this lull as it permits an thorough test and then ttll me what he excessive oil. Stomach, dirt and For Sick Headache, Sour in the school tax without subJirnc) law passed while President Wil sell All drug and toilet counter Within tin minutes after an appli- thought of it Sluggish Liver And F.ighmt bodies were takken from the mitting the putter to a vote of the Jersey law passed while President Wilbottles. Since reading the above mentioned Parisian Sage in fifty-ceBowels cation of Daiulerine )tu cannot find a Look for the trade mark "The girl ruins of the Missouri Athletic Club in saitl son was Governor of that state. The single tract- - of dandruff or falling hair article, I met Mr Robinson and people. Try at least St. Louis, makking eighteen recovered. with the Auburn Hair" Get a box. One hy Senators opposing the hill made a hit- and )our scalp will not itch, but what "How aliout your Indiana Silo?" Hit Two bills were introduced htlieed to he. buried Take a to cleanse one bottle from fi. L Penny He will Representative Sharp would appropri- ter fight on Section 12, which provides will please )tu most will be after a replv was it ideal; perfect; 1 your liver,Catcaret and lxiwcls, and refund the money if you are not satis- Twelve more arc "It stomach in the ruins. few week's use. when )ou see new hair could nol he better pleased. I sent a ate $25,000 to establish a state home the maximum amounts that could he von will surtly feel great by morning fied. fine ami "1 lie follow: !y new down) at first yes hut real. sample of the tmilagc out of it lo the ton men and women who nave headThe) other by J T. spent liv candidates. 'for inebriates, hair -- growing all over the The Federal garrison at Torreon Quit Paying Rent at ache, coiled tongue, can't sleep, are Governor, $3,000; Congressman, $2,500; scalp grictiliural F.xperiment Station Webb provides, for the appropriation bilious, nervous., upset, bothered vvith Your rent money it gone forever. Gen. Villa's rebels and has advanced and Lexington and had it anyliied A little Danderme immediatetv douof $50,000 to establish a state normal Member of the Legislature, $200; cana sick, gatsv, disoi tiered stomach, or didate for municipal office, $250. T bles the beauty of our hair No dif- their report was, that the ensilage was have I ackaclic and feel all worn out, Take the same amount and pay on your its outposts. kchool at Ma) field, V Wultoii to fine not exceeding $1,000 and imprit ference how dull, failed, brittle and perfect and one of the best samples that Are you keeping )our bowels, clean own home. If you can not buy a large Tljc hill of Representative tcracg). just moisten a cloth with Stubborn, Annoying Cougha Cured forcing a farm, buy a "baby" farm. We can sell with Cascarets or merely require tobacco sales warehousemen to oiunent in the Count) Jail not exceed-'in- s Datideriue and coreftilly draw it had ever been submitted there." -"My husband had a cougli for fifteen 12 months or IhUIi, is the penalty through )mr hair, taking one smalt Keep dtily accounts of sales and make On au adjoining farm to Mr Robfn-- t passagt wav ever) few tlavs with alts, you any number of acres from three Dr, son for pills 01 castor oil? vear to 36 acres, first class laud, right on King's and myDiscovery eight years. curbrothers, who cathartic Statements, as to the for any candidate wlui violates the pro-- , strand at a time The effect is amaz11, live the Alexander monthly sworn completely New Cacrrett immediately cleanse and ing ) our hair will he light, fluffy and have four Indiana silos Anyone inter-t.te- d rcgulttt the stomach, remove the our. the pike, good building sites, right at ed them, for which I am most thanktales and the types to the department visions of Ihe act Senator t Iite of. was), and have an appearance of abun.6k them what the) think of indigestion anil fermenting food and school, and churches and store, 6 miles ful." writes Mrs. David Moor, of Sagi of Agriculture was amended to exempt fcrctl an amendment fixing the maxi- dance ; an incomparable lustre, k naw, Ala What Dr King's New Disthem A few miles further on is Mr foul gases, take tin excess bile from of thrie county seats, spltndid and luxuriance tales that had teen previously made at mum amount of expense to be incurred constipated Will sell on easy terms. For covery did for these men, it will do Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Richard Cobb, a vty successful farm- the liver and carry off the some other warehouse It pasted 71 to h) a candidate for Governor at $5,000, for vou. Dr Kng's New Discovery. drug store or er ami rattle littler of lloylc count) waste matter and poiton from the price and further particular apply to should he in evtry home. Stops hackfor Congressman, $2,500; for member Danderine from ail) prove 0. and hovvils toilet counter, ami that )our ing coughs, relieves lagrippe and all Hughes and Swinebroad, will measure, known as the of Ihe legislature, $J00. The amend- hair is as pretty and soft as any that Mr. Cobb has 011 hi farm two large 'I he Remember a Cascartt Money Lancaster, Ky throat and lung ailments. A injunction and abatement nuisance bill, ment of Senator K. H. Scott fixed the is has heen neglected or injured hy itincrelc tilot built several years ago straighten vou out by morning Ikix frenn umr druggist means We can sell you 50 acre farms, 100 back if it fails. All druggists. Pric careless all you In 19t3 he also bought two Indmias. treatment that's secamount for a candidate for Governor was amended by striking out the $1 surelv can have beautiful hair and lots Knyoue intcrcsti d. atk him what lie health) Uivvel 'action; a clear head ami acre farms and up to 500 acre farms 50c and Bucklen & Co.. Philadelphia II. K tion which provided a fine of $J00 for at $10,000 and for Congressman 'at of it if lucrfulnets for month. Don't forget at Ihe right prices. 2 )ou will just tray a little or St, Louit. thinks of them, Out on Ottinheiui pike the children. the defendant and $75 attorney's fees $5,000. Fioit County Unit Bill Goes Over riile and State Wide Comes up Will Routen, of "sTruTae., Florence -- per-hu- m clcc-tio- for the pet son procuring the injuncIhc hill was passed 73 to 2 tion The lliitchcraft inheritance tax hill, modclrd after Ihc Wisconsin inheritance hill and providing progressive taxes in inheritances, was passed 54 to 15 The hill of Rcpresintativc J. C. Duffs, providing that the Count) Court should have jurisdiction in cases to collect inheritance taxes, where llf stock was owned in corporations h) ftonrctidrnts was passed 61 to J Tin corrupt practices act of Senator I'rost, which came up in the Senate as unfinished husuiess, was referred to th Rules ComimtUu with lease to hriiitf it out at any time The ocrrupt practices act of Senator U. II Scott, also ssas referred to the Knits Committee to he considered as a substitute for the I'rost measure. The hetiate, h) a sole of 24 to 5, the hill of Senator II. II Scott o pros hit for uuaranu of hank tlc- - DEFENSE OF .. JHEW00DEM i SILO eight miles from Slanford is Mr. W, T, GEO. LYNE DIES AT HENDERSON Tucktr, another very successful fann er and cattle feeder. He bought an Father of George and Thomas Lyne, WO- w. t Kinu o.r.r. 11 111 juf-fetin- g. thor-ou.'jh- ly 31 it 1 J rr ti f hik'H"rj for-ri- "vl Anti-Saloo- n Anli-Satoo- al nt ic mo-lio- Ken-tuc- 16-3- tr ps-sc- t. 1 - s. f V 1 ! - n. - ul .; Hi- - " ' as rf$ zz&i Vo .1 ?uz CJ$rri!M -' Tr" l,irip 11 "rr"?' . -- cm-ph- i) 1 . .; '! r- i two-ren- 11 1 M vs phar-inacis- at run-dow- n r, c) Van-Dcut- 21-- 2 1 J'' I ' soft-ucs- neigh-horhoei- d. red-lig- 10-c- .J. 21-- r -- . &v INTERIOR 10BRHAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH 1MB IJ, 1114 FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY fHE Interior Journal M. BAUFI.KY slIKLTON 11 A Troprlftor "Speaking About xVJH TEAR HTtUCTI.Y IN ADVANCR ( Kntrti l tht fortoZlff ncor4 tlan null mnlUr. SUmtri BANKS This is one of my good ones. The officers and Directors are known to me personally, and you will not make any mistake by banking with them." - AtMrria all eommunlrattnns to The Interim connected Journal not to lorn Individual with the pap'r. tnej mar o. No muter tow lirpcrtant anlt:nrd and tnon)tnina eotnnianieationa to The Interior Journal, aie lncred. Th nam a wanted a an evidence ol Of Ihe aeodrr If roa enn.1 faith and not lor publication Rvo tomMhln ron want to appear In The Interior Journtl, voa nnit ln your name Id it. Th Interior Jovirrat chtrcei for okitu-arirrelall'iv nl teepert and eardi of line. The rte la firo centa Ikinltt. one ol the tarf The Interior Journal h eit Job printing eettbliahnenta in central Kentaclsj and vill U glad to fliore with onrone on any kind ol printing. If there is a time when a young man wants to look new-wa- nts to bloom out with the flowers of Spring, it is on EASTER SUNDAY. ThewomenNput on their newest and best that day, and we men must keep'the pace. We have filled our racks with the newest and best for this occasion. Those EASTER SUIT Collegian Suits (RtRtRtRtRtRtRt.. m,''A iiiiiiiiiiiiiiR LLHl oTaW"! aiaiSW U- The Spraying Si'mfft, tftntr. Can tnxttfmi. Fast la ntt Season is on hand gttomtaf fitittr, ImsIi a llfttimt. Make the Old Orchard Pay by spnrjing it with Farmers : This is worth investigating. Come in and look at our new Sprays, at a price you can well afford to take care of your fruit trees as well as your stock. Report of Condition of The Lincoln County National Bank at Stanford, in the state ol Kentucky at lite dote of Imtinesi, March 4, 19U Resources $J53,OQ2 51 Loan and discounts Overdrafts, secured and tin. . . 5,482 46 secured It S. Ronds to secure cir100,000 00 culation Oilier bonds to tecure po'- 3,000 00 al savings 29,500 00 Bonds, securities, etc 6,500 00 Bank, & fix fur. Due from Nat. bank (not re- 825 2t anve dttent!.) Due from approed resene 5,053 29 , aKcnts Notes of other Nat banks ... 190 00 Fractional paper currency, 145 23 nickels and cents Specie $17,201 50 Lejial-tcnde- (and needles and thread cannot make better ones) in greys, black and white stripes and blue serges are simply perfect. We size our Spring suits, 34 to 50. We price them jli Rt if : A $7.50 and $30.00 Let us brighten you up for Easter. Any way, let us show you and if they don't suit you, don't buy them. IraVfl lIHaV !IRcBvaaaMWMa wTjIlBifl j Vjn,l 1 tS? RUvaa'aw iJafaRH Bi7 H. J. McROBERTS Spring Blood and Svstem Cleanser THE BANNISTER DUROC SALE Held at Lebanon Last Week, Well The sale Tfce Man Who r 2M0O0 notes Due from U. S. Trcas TOTAI Liabilities Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid National bank notes .... 20011 50 5,000 00 S52g.710 20 100.000 00 100,100 00 6,309 IS 100.000 00 36 00 &fe Standard Spray Pump Ft Rtachr the topmost branchr, of rout hlehft Imi ram tkt troumd. You can dcntroy tlie peH on our sraprvlnej nnd mnke the potato btiio dlipprnr aprci.il knnpsnck you to pra y field crojn ayfaitasyou cann alt. The Standard Spray llimp will wlillr-wn- h your arm buildings, disinfect your chicken coops and (lock with unitary dip Drop In and let us show you works. err nlk'lit. Our nttiiclimrtit enables pniyyourli H 2tf0OjMLi1i1ILLfl0l r$tHB3 MaaaavlalaaEjPV i5c3IMkiWSi8 612 Due to other Nat hanks Due to State and private banks 3S and bankers Djc to approtetl rcscne agents 73 Individual deposits subject to check $201,436 51 Demand certificates 18.459 i deposit . 450 1 ostal savings deposits 1,229 Reserved for taxes bowels fail to work, causing "Spring Fecr." You feel tired, weak and lary Klectric Hitlers the spring tonic and sjstcm cleanser is what jott need they stimulate the kidncjs, lier and liow'els to healthy action, expel and restore jour blood impurities health, strength and ambition. Klectric feel like new. Start Hitters makes jou a four week's treatment it will put jou in fine shape for jour spring work. All Druggists. 50c and Guaranteed. $1 During the winter months impurities accumulate, jour blood becomes impure and thick, jour kidncjs, liver and EEnlaFEET Pal Ike Look for Tbli Trajf-Mai-k He lure on tbc Law I vrbrn Imi inr i9 or St. I.ouis. H. K. Itttcklen S. Co., Philadelphia 49 55 83 a I Mtrl' Why Not? W. H. HIGG1NS EXERCISE CONSTANT WILL MAKE YOU hank, do solemnly swear that the alxc statement is true to the best of iiiv kiiouleilec and belief. V. M. HK1GHT. Cahier Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 10th. day of March. 1914, W. V. Saunders. Notarj Public. A. T. Nunnelley, Correit Attest G. W Carter, J. V. Rochctcr, Read This The Texas Wonder Kitlnov $528.710 20 TOTM State of Kentuck) count) of Lincoln s: j I. V M. Hriuht. cashier of the above-nai'ie- "'JSr STRONG cure cures (li!ibcte, and all irregularities of the kidnuv uml bladder in both men and women. If not sold by your ceipt of .fl. One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom fuils to perfect a cure. Send for Kentucky testimonial. Dr. D. W. Hull, 202(5 Olive street. St. Louis. Sold bv (Adv) ilruceiats. Davis' Store Ollie Kidd, who has been confined to his bed with fecr for a short time is sonic better at this writing. The wife of W. G. James died and was buried last week in the family liir nig ground at Libertv church. It will ge remembered that her father, James Wilson died about two weeks ago. The people in this section arc rejoicing because they have a chance to rcpc.il the present road law, and line it placed back Tin the old plan, where each one can work the road and pay bis poll Ux. The people arc congratulating Mr. Sauflcy fur tills. A. J Manuel, of Garrard, has been isiting friends and relatives in this section. The bad weather has greatly retard ed the sowing ot tobacco beds in tins section. Hubble S. H. Pollitt filled his appointment at McKcndrcc Sunday morning. some The Harris Bros., are losing hrgs from cholera. Mr. J M. Rankin has moved to his new home on the Danville and Stan ford pike. Mrs. Mary Anderson and son have moved to Mr. J. M. Rankin's place on Hawkm's Branch. The fid colored school house on Cl.err street, was sold at auction last week to Matt Engleman for $51.05. Mr. J H. Goggin came home from Somirict Sunday, where she has been Mrs. at lite bedside of her mother, Harvcv Sloan, who is still lingering at the point of death. Crovir McKcchnic ?nd Frank Sloan went to Preachersville last week to visit Mr and Mrs. R. G. Pettus. Twin bojs were born to the wife of John Tigg, (of color) last week. Mrs A. L. Rankin and little Susie Rankin spent thediy with Mr. John vM. Rankin last Thursday. Miss Ileltie Walter began a select school here Monday Mr J. A Spoonamore is going to build a tobicco barn this spring. He is gointf to put out about 15 acres of tobacco this spring. Mr. B. W. Givcns sold three horses to Mr. V). Turner. Mr, James Harris went up to Roland Sunday to spend the day with his wife anil babjp. druu'ui-- t. will be xent by mnil on re- CONSTANT DEPOSITS filJEk 4 . our Bank will make YOU IN RICH 00 YOU "?" sErx& 'A WANT TO GROW OLD AND FEEBLE AND BE WITHOUT Poindexter Wo are hajing some bail weather here at this writing. nt The whooping cough continues Poindexter. Mrs. Sarah Milkr is suffering with toothache at this writing. nderson has betn bavMr Johnnie some Until work done. ins Mr Chas'. Lewis has been suffering ftom a carbuncle. Mr. KoKrt Anderson and Johnnie, nilcrson, will join their parents Mr and Mrs. W. D. Anderson. John Thomas Manuel anil John and siting Margaret Ftbel Manuel were and Marj Djchotnc on Sundav evening. and nderson visited Mr Robert Mrs. l.jnn D chouse Sundaj-- . Mrs. Nancy Anderson visited Mrs. Sarah Miller Sunday Miss Stella llastin is on the sick list. Mr and Mrs. John Frazier will go to Crab Orchard to make their future home about the 20th of March. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Djihouse and and familv will go to Crab Orchard Preachcrsvillc to visit their parents. Mr. J. W Dj chouse and Mrs. W. D. Anderson. Miss Bessie Baslin is working in the Battling House at this place. Mr. Marion Lewis will g" In Crab Orchard to join his wife, Mrs. Delia i ewis. Beatrice ami Burnett Miller are visiting Margant and Mary Dyehouse. Mrs. MaRgic Fraiier and little Ivlsic are visiting Mr. ami Mrs. Chas Ander-sin. Bannister, near Monday, was well at' tended, but probablj there would have been more btivers there if it had not been court day at Lebanon Following are some of the sales of the day Belle Forest. April. 1912. Forest Chuftol's Belle III. bred to Dcfcn-de- l, Maves, Springfield, Ky, is. S $17. Proud Ctrl ML March. 1910. Ky., Colonel-Prou- d Ctrl bred to Prince Fducator, J. K Hilc, Gallatin. Sow, July. 1912. Tenn.. $82.25; Defender-Prou- d l.irl Nil, bred to Prince L II Wills, $75, Gilt.Y December. 191J. Kentuckv Dc fendir-Prou- d 11, bred to Prince Girl F.ducator, II. E. Browning, Hersman, v III. $.12. Gilt. December. 191.1, Definder-Prou- d Girl VII, bred lo Prince F.ducator, C A Blanford, Gill. December Loretta. Ky.. 5J-Ciirl. 191J, Kentuckv Defender-ProuVII. bred to Prince F.ducator. M B . $W Princess Biintctt, Lebanon, Kj-.of Improver, March, 1910. Prince Cols Advance Improver bred to Prince CJ I on Emailing, -n hducator. City. Iowa. $171; Princess Improver. Commodore-Princess 1912, Top II. March, Improver, bred to Prince EduKy. cator. R. W Taj lor. Ravwick. SH: Gilt. April. 1913. Ky. Defender-Princes- s Imn. II. bred to Prince Fdu Ga.. cator. Peacock, Bros.. Cockran. $.U; Gilt. April, 1913. Kv Defender-PrinceEduImp II, bred lo Prince cator. M. B Burdctt. $J1: Gilt. Apr! 1913. Kj, Defender- - Princess linprov er. Ill, bred to Prince Educator. Joe larnoe. uenanon, rsy.. sou; vnii, 'vpui, Improver 1913. Kv. Defender-Princes- s III, bred to Prince Educator. McKec Bros, crsailles. Ky- - $38; Gilt. Apri' Improver, 1913. Kj'. Defender-Princes- s Peacock bred lo Prince Educator. Bros.. $33; Gilt, April. 1913. Ky, Dc bred to Improver. Prince Educator. Peacock Bros., $32.50, Gilt. April. 1913. Ky.. Dcfendcr;Priii-ces- s Improver, bred to Prince Fduca tor. Peacock Bros., $35: Gilt. April. Improver, 1913. Kj. Defender-Princes- s bred to Prince Educator. A K el Icy. Gilt. April Springfield. Kj. $37; R M. i held by Lebanon last of Duroc Jersey hogs that ALLEN'S FftOT-EA-SE oRflRSHTh. AntLfPtle Powdrr tot lro. iltr Arlilnt Hfft soM evtiy. wiirr :w aranle I'RKIt, Artlir. ALLEN S. OLMSltk. Le Hoy. N. V. Ifv 01 WANT WANT WANT YOU HAVE TO SELL TO BUY TO BENT COLLECTION R l). and DICK BRUCE, Estate Auency DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. "Honor Roll Bank" a member of THE FEDERAL RESERVE ASSOCIATION AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION KENTUCKY BANKERS' ASSOCIATION U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS is I, Ken-tuc- Ken-Itu-k- FUNDS MAINTAINS A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, with a I ; I d - $100,000 CAPITAL of SURPLUS and Profits $101,600 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ... j Z'lUT l- Special Bargains OnM ss en's Spring Suits They are up-to-date, all-wo- high-gra- de fender-Prince- and and tailor-mad- e, and we can fit any one. Serge suits in all the popular colors and in sizes to fit at trom ol MONEY IN THE Bank ? fine phyiique in hit youth will have i itiong constitution to The boy who build (all back upon in hu OLD AGE. He won't be to liable to contract duease; he will have Build iSe strength to fight it off. The hue with BANKING YOUR MONEY. FINANCIAL CONSTITUION for the yean come. Make OUR bank YOUR bank State Bank & Trust ( ompany Gapital,, $50,000.00. W. L. McCARTY, )v Surplus, $1,000. 0. L. PENNY, M H. SALIN, Cashier. W.Ci. SMITH, Pres. J. 8. RICE, J. D. EADS, gCffsSs, i TynwMTB When You Do Smoke Get the Most Out of It. kept uniformly SMOKE cijjars that have ken aniFproncrly handled. should 9 Havana, Porto lUcan and Domestic cigars so that each be kept in a separate compartment the original llavor and aroma of each kind ol tobacco is carefully preserved. That's one ol the fine points in Cijrar selling tliat mo,t dealers overlook, but it's a sort of hobby with us. You'll find most of the leading brands at our store, and in perfect condition. If we haven t your favorito Me will bo glad to get it. Penny's Drug Store Stanford, Ky. ents vfnS Jfamfy Fine Candies wA- - WMaltllBaaaia tr -- Avoid Stuffy Wbceiy Breathing fake Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for an inclamed and congested condition of the air passages and bronA cold develops quickly chial tubes if not checked and bronchitis, lagrippe and pneumonia arc dangerous possibilities. Harsh racking coughs weaken the system, but Foley's Honey and Tar is safe, pure and certain in reContains no opiates. For sale sults ' by all druggists. Hue bred to Prince Fducatoi. J $34; Gilt. April. 1913. Ky.. Defender Princess Improver, bred to Prince l.d tuator, J. F. Mamie. Gahn. La- - $34. Princess Improver IV. Octovcr. 1912. Improver, bred Kj. Deftnder-Princes- s R. G Taj lor to Prince Educator, Raywick. Ky. $36; Top May Star j Star is (mite ill a Lady. March. 1910. Top Mrs. I'liirlie Lewis bred to Prince Educator. J. O Dun-rathis writing. mle Lebanon. Mr. llickic Dj chouse and Mrs slituted. J E. Kv. $107 50; Sow.Tcnn. Hitc. Gallatin. visiting Mrs $42; Sow. substituted. Peacock Bros Nancy Anderson are Nancy atackclson. $17; Lady Red Rose's Queen. June. Red Rose, bred Mrs. Sarah Miller visited Mrs. Lew 1910. Pap Kcllcv-LaMjers, to Prince Educator. W W Kinfi Saturday Lebanon. Ky.. $41: Lady Red Rose II. Mrs. Lucy Lajcock visited Mrs February. 1911, Pap Kelly-LadRed Tom Nancy Anderson. Defender. Rose, bred to Ky.. Ky.. SI0:Ladv Red 1homa. Rajwick. 1 Shoes at cost at Cummins' Rose III. February, 1911. Pap Kelly-Lad- y Red Rose, bred to Ky, Defender, Kyr S43. Ghvcbrnok. G. 1911. adv Red Rose V.. February, rapKelly-l.ad- v Red Rose, bred t 1 t Defender. A. Kelly. $41 ; Lady Rid 1911. Pap Kelly-Lad- v Rose VI. February Red Rose, bred to Ky- - Defender. Mr. Barnes R. W 'laylor, $39; Sow. April, 1913. used to be Red Rose III. Ky. Defender-Lad- y sheriff of t. bred to Prince Educator. M B. JRRRRRRRjpPpwv $3'.., Sow. April, 1913, Ky.. Defen-ler-tdy Red Rose. III. lned to Prince Tennessee. 'Muralor, F. L. Dant, Lebanon, Ky, From epril. 1913. Ky. Defender-Lnd- j $39 .Sow xposure to Fed Rose III. bred Co Prince the elements I ducatnr. I. R Durham. Lebanon, Ky . he acquired Sow. Epril. 1913, Ky.. Defender-Ud- v Red Rose III. bred to Prince Educator. Peacack Bros.. $18; Sow. sup lie Red pril. 1913, Kj., Defend. posed that XjW Rose III. bred to Prince Educator. M his health II. Burden. $35; Sow. April. 1913, Ky., Vras entirely Defender Lady Red JJose. IV. bred to ruined, In Col. Model. Peacack. Bros.. $29 j Sow. spite of all Red April. 1913. the treaRose IV. bred to Col. Model. Peacack tment he Bros., $34; Sow. April, 1913, Ky.. Defecould pronder-Lady Red Rose IV, bred to cure. Prince Educator. H. F. Browning. $38; uslns; four Sow. April. 1913. Ky- - Defcnder-Lad- y Red Rose. IV, bred to Prince Educabottles of tor. I) G. Hcrrigan. $36: Gilt, Nov,. 1'eruna ho bred to claims that MR. B. W.D.BARNES, 112. December-CassandrPrince Educator. E S, Majes. Springha was en- -t McMbbtvuVT field, Ky.. $75; Gilt. Nov.. 1912. Dc Ire1y bred to Prince Edu. restored to health. Catarrh of the thront is not only an cator Stanfiebl Farm, Ebenoier. Miss., nnnoylnir disease of Itself, but It exBoar. May, 1913, Defender-To- p poses the victim to many other disMay, Star Lady. W. P. Penrv. Bad-no- r. Ohio, $.12; Boar. May. 1913. Defeases. We are constantly breathing; ender-Top May Star Lady, E. S. Into our throats numerous atmosp pheric germs. Disease germs of all Majes. $.13; Board. May. 1913. May Star Ladv, G, II. Rovn-tusorts. This cannot be avoided. If Kline. S. C. $50; Boar. May. 1013, the throat Is healthy the system Is Defender-To- p May Star, W F Pcnery protected poisonous from these germs. Hut if the throat Is ruw and $12; Boar, May, 1913. Defender-To- p May Star Ladv. M. II. Burden, $33; punctured with numerous little ulMay Boar, May, 1913. Deftnder-To- p cers, by catarrh, then the disease germs have easy access to the system. Star Ladv. Harry Browning. $84; Boar Defender-To- p May Star Keep the throat well and clean. Mav. 19)3, This Is the way to protect yourself l.ad, Geo. A. Homey, Mclvin Iowa. against contagious diseases, narglo $81. the throat as explained In the new "Ills of Life," sent free by the I'cruna Foley Cathartic Tabids are entirely Co., Columbus, Ohio. effective, thoroughly., cleansing and alMr. Barnes says: "I had throat ways pleasant in action. They controuble and had three doctors treattain blue flag, are a remedy for coning me. All failed to do me any stipation and sluggish liver, and a good, and pronounced my health gone. tonic to the bowels, which arc improvI concluded to try I'cruna, and after ed by their use. Try them. They do UBlng four bottles can say I was not fail to give relief and satisfaction. cured." For sale by all druggists. 1 Col-Ma- 1913. Kv.. Defender-Princes- s Improur Come in and look over our stock. This is the time to save money. We always try to please you and will save you money on everything you buy from. Remember the place. $6.75 to $25.00 1, Bargain Store SALEM dj y 21-- Suffered with 1 Throat Trouble. A Bran New Line of Dress Ginghams Warren County, Bur-dit- 1 at L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. throat trouble mzm w RRRR2 After a, fender-Lassandr- a. $; Dcfcn-der-To- beat her She will take you and bring you back-T- HE Did you ever know? Did you ever hear? of one that could FORD Anderson & McCarty, Agts. for Casey and Lincoln counties Office, Stanford j, ..Kj en-tln- ly ?' V if I ss 13, 1914 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KBlfTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH Mr. and Mrs. Geo. HoRiie are each rejoicing over the arrival of a little boy in their home. Rev. U. A. Ilarnes was here Monday, on his way to Kllison to work on the church Rev. J. II. Jones, of Junction City, preached at the Itapttsl church here Saturday P. M Sunday morning and evening and delivered excellent sermons The box supper given at the school house Wednesday night was unite a success, Miss Kthel Hoguc received a ring as the prettiest girl. Miss Iva Conch's box brought the most money and he was given a beautiful tic Mrs, T C Morgan visited her brother, I C. Singleton the latter part of la si week. Mr It ,11 Morton, of Stanford, was here last week. Miss Jennie Robinson spent Monday night with Misses Cora and Hva Singleton Mrs II II. Singleton came home from Ludlow Sunday Miss Lois Routeu, of this place, and Mr. Wesley Cullip, of F.uhank, were united in marriage at F.uhank Sunday Miss My ma Acton is very sick at tins writing. Mr and Mr, I). W, Caldwell arc also ilt f Substitutes .ETURN to the tracer .11 M,k. tkutet Mnt you for Royal Bak-in- g Powder. Thcr i no iiK-tkutt for ROYAL Royal is a pure, cram of tartar baking powder, and httkhruL Powders offered as substitutes are made from alum. PERSONAL as SOCIAL Ii. T. Beatles, of Junction City, vsas here Thursday . A. II. Severance, of C'orbui, was Iirrc a short time this week. Mm. W. A. CaMon anil Mi Lottie Carton were in Lancaster Tuesday. Robert Ittirdettc at home after in Louisville. spending several da who has been sicls for Ii. some time is thoiiKllt to lie iniprovitiK Miss Anna Chancellor is at home after a visit to Lexington and Millers-burDr. It. J. Hrosvn left Thursday for stav of several Hiiladttphia. for days. a Report of condition of The Nalinnal Bank of Hustonville at litisiomillr. in .the state of Kentucky, count) of Lincoln, as the elose ol business, March 4tli I9H, Rtcources l.n?ns and discounts . IK Overdrafts, secured anil un secured , , .. J58 27 U S llonils to ecure cir culation . SO.000 oo Hank house fur K fix. . 2,900 00 Due from Nat banks (m,i reserve agents) 1,820 8J Due from approved re serve agents 27.447 OJ Cr.ecks and other cash items J9.1 07 Notes of other Nat. banks 2,(W) (i0 rractioiial paper currinev. nickels and cents 142 80 pecie 8.05J 01 Legal-tende- Georgia Plaster's Advice To Kidney Sufferer Ifcganliiig the wonderful curative I cannot merits of )our Swamp-Hoo- t, say too much. After suffering severely for three jcars or more with severe pains caused by weak kidneys, I was finally Induced lit try Swamp-Hothrough a testimonial I read in one of the newspapers. I was In such a Condition that I was obliged to arise from my bed six or eight times every I purchased ntRht a fifty-celiottle and before it was used I felt so much relief that I purchased a one dollar liottle and by the time this was taken the old pains had left my back and 1 could slcen the whole nicht lliroiitli I am a retired planter, 70 y?ar f age, and owing 1st Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, I am in the best of health and I am always glad to feel like a hoy recommend Swamp-Roo- t to those who arc fit need of It Sincerely vours, C. Ii. USSIiRY, llrowersviile. Ga Personally appeared before me-- , this 8th day of September, 1909, C li. who subscribed the aliovc statement atie' made oath that the. same is truth in substance and in fact. T II McLANfi., Notary Public, R tired ot Us-ser- v, tilini'l Miss Minnie Young, who had an pcrformcil hy Drs, Thompson and G'lUnnon last week Is getting along nicely. The following pupils made an average of 99 per cent or more in the month of Kebrtiary 'Grade 7 -- Lusilc Speaks and Luetic Money t Bretniey 4 mn -- remey, mi easy Stanfe-rd- , terms. Ky. Ayeis SarsapariRa As Vosw ,3 ) FOR SAI.h .15 candle power new model acetylene light plant used very little John Riffe, Hiiitotivillc 20-2- p Chances tendency toward ttrseasc to tendency toward health. No alcohol. Sold for GO years. Buy your Spring suit from Cummins and save money. 1 21-- Potior. LUl'lfc Wimp Grade (. Floyd. Ruth Haugh and Clarence tirade I Granville Cook Grade 1. - Russell Skidmore. Those who slidn't miss a day vcrc. I ucillc Sneaks. Fredia Speaks, Lucille toting, Roberta Young, Clarence Floyd Russell Floyd, Garnvillc Cook and RtKssll Skidmore The school which is being taught by 'Miss F.uuiie Noting Is a subscription sshoo! and has an enrollment of 19 F01I SALK. A few RFtiiilnc huff tomt. Kttrn nice. Mr. R. II. (Voir, Shelby I ity, Ky , Junction Cfly Ex. . n 1 two rtngK, T.,,1 .mail" ur,..-..r- r tfk-- SAl.t' fixtures, goosl stand and good trade near depot in Rowland, Ky John H. 20-Higgins. V 4 rarkarli. falII Mini, tour niuner bark li It tall, I tiara In )Wt, SUSBOM Qnlcjlf MI.tm rthmmatlsn. ."Sors VI Hmraljjla, ,LtU to ant arha anf part vl Ilia kurfr HfTii niioilira line I'rle BOf. At All Dran.lii,. Tna aamtla sal nw ant .a 1.1M, . 34t Cssl Msfcl St., srwrnr rruwurr LMkitaii.Kf. I Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. Swamp-Root Prove What Will Do For r l.fVIO (X) notes , Mm Mildred Shan, of Versailles, is Redemption fund vvilli l" S. Vil-- I V the attractive uest of Mm J. Treas (5 per cent of cirlams. culation) .. . . 2,50 0(1 (jeorKc New land has been confined ,t2.t"V65i8 TOTAI to lii hed for several slavs on account Liabilities ol illness. Capital tosk paid in $50.0)0 01 22.0(10 0) Mr;, Martha Adams .of I ftistom illr. Surplus fund Undivided profits, less exIs the) micst of her hrutlier, Mr. George penses and tnxes paid 2.K8M 9S r. Bright. Nat bank notes outstanding 50.0k) (kj .V) 21 Mrs Mattic Milvvee. of Little Hock, Due to jlhcr Nat banks Individual ileosi!j subject Ark., is the yitcst of her Mrs. to check W Clark J. TOTAL .. . .. $239,265 18 Miss Dora Stnub has rrtunieil home sUtc of Kentucky. county of Lincoln cmlitiK thr winter months at after Tampa, l'la. I.J II I !ockcr cashier of the above Mrs (i II Turlc). of K'ichnmnd. Iws named hank, do solemnly swear that returned Inline afur a visit to her lie alove statement is true to the best of inv knowledge and belief , Mr. Itohcrt llrucc I II IIOCKKK. Cashier Mrs, li, F. Green, of IndiMr. and SmIwk riliesl and swum to before anapolis, are rejoicing over the arrival Khh day of March,' 1914, J W Hovkins. Notary Public. My commisof a little son in their home. Feb 19, 9lf. Miss .Minnie Woods was tailed to sion opircs Correct tlr.l j W IWetl. F.d r Paint Lick Thnrsdav hj the I I) Depp, Directors ward MciiHt of her cousin. Miss Fannie Wallace nf Condition of Mr. K. 11. rrc'toil. of Mansfield. 0. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK rcprorntini; Iliirton, I'rcston & Co, wholesale granite dealers, wjs here oil at Stanford in the state of Kentucky, Frida) and took several orders from at the close of business, March 4lh, '14. Resources Harry Jacohs, the monument man I tans and discounts $197,286 00 .. Mr. J. Ii Johnston, who has lieen in Overdrafts, secured and jiiscourcd .1,132 80 ... Culra for several weeks joined Ins wife I' S llonils to secure cirhere Tuesday, who is the guest of her 5U.OK) li) culation . I1 Ilright and sister, Itoitds securities, etc. father, 2.945 00 Hank house fur & fix 6.725 O) They will Mrs. Susan II. YeaRcr .. 2.610 76 leave Saturday for their home in Pitts-Imr- Other rial estate owiud Due from National banks (not I 'a. 291 62 reserve a trots) . Mr. and Mrs. Ike Putin, Mr and Due fruin approved reserve agents 10.582 45 Mrs. Walter Dunn, of Danville, Mr s and other cash items .. 19 00 and Mrs. Morris I'crkius, of Crab Orchard, Mr .and Mrs J. K. ltaughuiaii. Nctes nf other Nat banks . . .1.190 00 Fractional paper currency, Mr. and Mrs Jones HaiiKlimau and 170 56 . . nickels and rents Misses llcssic and Sadie llaughman. 'sjecir $ll.0o2 80 if Iloslonville, attended the burial of I 13.107 80 . . 2.105 00 notes Mr. Adam Pence Tuesday Kcdinipiinn fund with V. S follow ing invitations that have The Trexs (5 ptr cent cireu-lithi2.5IKI O) . been received lure will be of much in tero.st, a the groom conducted a $292,621 5' . meeting at the llaptivt church Liabilities SS0.UK) (0 here nltout two vcjrs ago. He was I'apital stock paid in 28.000 00 by lev. August ItilUich, who "Mimliis funil I .iiiiv tiled profits, less exlahoney. married Mis Marie 537 19 penses and fixes paid Misses Junes and Jeter Vat bank notes outstanding 50000 Ol the pleasure of requests 210 92 piescnce Due to otlur Nat. banks Individuil iliKiMts sub-icat the marriage of their sisur. 71 to check . Mis lewell Legttt to Mr J C Daniels Demand certificates of deKisit134.417 (Kl 7.000 Pingu at the "House o'Joy " I'nnc certificate of dciosit . 3,750 00 Sit en o'clock, Wednesday ev suing Hill n&valile, including for monev Imrrowed 18,001) (X1 hebruary Twentv Fifth 705 77 Keervtd for taxes Nineteen Hundred and Foiirlien dati-chlcslant-literns shuu-lite- .... Mm It K Hall and grand datighlci Miss Mattic Ilrovvn Stnt Siturday Willi Mrs. F. O Gooch Mrs Lou Rigney and Mrs llert McLaughlin are visiting their grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. M, G, llryant. Mr. Marion Caldivtll relumed to his 9p9J 00 work at Somerset Thursday. Use "TiH For Sore Tired, Sweaty Feet "1 ir" makes ore. burning, tired fairly dance with delight. Away go the aches anil pains, the corns, bbsters and bunions. "In draws out the acids and poisons and puff up your feet. No matter how hard you work, how iong you dance, how far jou walk, or how you reloiif; main on your You Send ten cents to Dr Kilmer & Co., Ilingliampton, N. Y., for a sample size It will convince anyone. You liottle. will also receive Is liooklel of valuable informaliem, telling about the kidneys and bladder When writing, be sure and mention the Interior Journal Regs size ular fifty cent and lor sale at all drug stores. livcrylioily Ke to the opera hntisc. e.ne-dolllot-tle- Highland The cross tie haulers are having a time getting their ties to the pike on account of the deep mud and snow ft s, Reuben Melton has moved to Hurn-sid- e. Rirt brings foot comlort cot) 1. "Tl" is wonderful fur tired, aching Mr I jruash, of Lawrciueburg Ind, swollen, smarting feet. Sour feel just spent several days here last week with tingle (or jov , shoes never hurt or his sister, Mrs. C H. Daily stem tight Messrs John Rogers and John Unit, Git a 25 cent Ikix of "TIZ" now frti! any druggts: .,r .!MK.Hinrni stole is s. e.ish ls.veivs.ii s s.al iimii so fsri- l.nd foot torture forever wear small cr shoes, kicp your fett fresh, sweet and happy Just think' a whole ytar's toot comfort for only 25 cents feet. "Tl." restful Mr Alvin Gooch, of near rice Lick, has moved to his farm here recently Lought of Reuben Metton. Prof. W. G. Acton's singing at the Christian church closed yesterday N O llryant. of Huruside, was up last week to assist his brother HEHE IS VrfHAT YOU WANT P. Melton in moving. Mr. Nathan Hall has gone baek to The Peopled Market Place Adver-lishis old Home at Mart, a., to attend What Ynu Have to Sell 111 Ladies' Day We, who have recently installed a pupil. box ball in the room vacated by Fields On March 2nd, about 00 persons, IJ'os, will have ladies' day Friday af with filled baskets, met at "sister" tcmoott from J to 9 o'clock J ft Wint20-Cetok's. as she is called by most all, to er & Co. celenrale her 70th birthday The men Mens and boys' suits and overcoats and boy came with axes saws and 1 wagons with which they got her a nice at cost at Cummins. lot ol v ood She was remembered bv her inci'ds and relatives who were ah. sent 'villi birtluhy xtst cards Ii all s admuiistrator of James II. Carter, she tecetvcil over 100 post cards No I will on Saturday, March 21. 1914 at dou'it there arc minj others who would have sent cards had they known about his late resilience at Hall's dap. five the shover She also teceived several miles from Stanford, sell at public aucMav he. who Ins always tion the personal property tf which he possesed consisting principally of proved !i"relf a friend incited to all, mare unites, one enjoy the rest of her days to their full-e- a pair of H head stock hogs four extent is the wish of her many iged mare, milk cows, one Jersey bull. Jersey hcif-- i friends on. s'.vlf. ahsiut 10 barrels of corn slack of straw, mower, hay rake, wheat drill, roller harrow, cultivators, plows, log chains, set blacksmith tools, spring We offer )" frn sn rtMM wagon, 2 horse wagon, copper still 10 ruse tit rctnttli thai lauimt rurisl l.f tall Citirtli L'urr barrel capacity, lot of tobacco sticks, I. 1 ellt'.NEV A CO., T.llo, o. 1,,M . Lnovrit We. tlii mi 'liTlzhf-aJ. t. blm 16 guinea?, nlxuit 75 chickens, iron Cticnrr for Ilis' Ut o fun and ,.,..., n.,.1- - ii, n uiiiri.w ii nn.a. IKI. safe, (Hall's) 5 barrels cider, pstvvcr unit fliiHtK laltjr n 11,- - Insnrrjr nut anj olillicatlons com crusher, lot of empty barrels, two tnatte tir Ma llrni NAT tl.VXK Ol rOMVIKItcr. shares of Mate Hank & Trust Co, and Ohio. Mnlii, mans other things too numerous to Oiri- - Is tslrn Intrrnattr. Mdlnj Ilall'a Calarrti sllrrctlr npsi the MinnI anil inurnna aurfaefs of mention Tl lUitinnials eent frpr Trice 75 sjatrni Terms will be made on day of sale. crnta liottle n1I hy all I'rucKlsla. Tate Ilalla I amity l'l'l. for eoiitliatlan. 3 J. II. PAXTON, Admr. 2 21-- Public Sale st Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE. KY. The Soutb'a moat popular priced, modern hotel, fi Absolut air aituated In llie Ter heart o( lh retail ahoppina; diatrictand near all the theatree. Finest STaia In Losiiaailla, with modaral How's !..r This? f'm-!r- J 1 . prl.ea. Club Breakfn-- t from 25e upt noon day Lunch 50ci table de hute Dinner. 6 to S p. m S 1,00. Alao elaborate a la carle eervice in Keataurant. Ralhakeller ope- - from 4 p.m. to I a. m. Orchestral and vocal music. ROOM PRICES !r 21-- e I'OR KINT- -v cottage on Main treet Adam Pence Insver 21 tf I IIN'ailAVING. Calliiif? C n r il s. woilding invitations and announcement.!, birth enrds, embossed letter heads nnd cuv elopes. The I. J. can have this done for y.ni at rock hot loui prices. Sec our samples. 78. I private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 per day Large sample rooms with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. With running water and IR .J Si I and cured meats, groceries 20-- 2 '..I.,. ihmmIs at f.over's lOOll U night shows at the opera hewse to ltMIIl li You are cordially Invited to mate thia hotel your headquarters while in Louisville, even if only lor day. Have your mail and packaitre addrexed here. !ou will always be a welcome guett. ROBERT B. JONES. Mana,.r. JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN At MaCauley's Theatre, Week of March Hy Louisville, THCMBlACKCOMPAr e ... Cbi-ck- eintl-tinil- ir m d lorl. as-!e- d )ur ... ci oldi-pntio- Spring Opening I. II C lliiigliman. cashier of the will be prepared to show a complete line of pattern and tailored hats, novelties il ve tnimd bank, do solemnly swear the aliovc statement is true to the and everything pertaining to milliner) that ol my knowlcducd and belief. lust Your infection is invited. Miss Daisy II C IIAUCilIMVN. Cashier to lietore me Snbsenbeil am 21 2 VauDcveer, this 10th. dav of March. 1914, W M Ilright. Notary Public Honor For Mist Berta Jean Penny I ,S Hiwkcr. S. 1 ttesl Correct The many friends of Miss Hcrta Harris, J. C Kubanks. Directors Jean Penny will be gratified to know Waynesburg that she was chosen b the Cotiscrva lorj of Mitio of Cincinnati, as a reMis F.imly Caldwell, died at tin presentative teacher from Signor home of her daughter, Mrs. C Ilrovvn. violin class, tit go vve'ckl) to Pleasant Point. March 8, 1914. age 75 LawrcncclmrK, Ind., to teach violin, .ran. six .lavs. She was married to Aiss Penny's success is not a surprise W W Caldwell, who preceded her to to those who know her best for he the grave several ears ago. She is is a vounu woman of unusual talent survive.) hv several clnldicn viz Mc ambitious and industrious and in this r I H. and Lewis Caldwell, of Ohio. lis r home town much is expected of hit an Caldwell, of Missouri, Mrs. Jona Littrcll. of Iowa. Mrs. C. Drown, ol Card of Thank Tleasant Point. Mrs. Mac I.stcs. of We' desire to extend our thanks and 'near Ltna and Mrs. Trowbridge, of appreciation at all who were so Hubanks. The last three were with her thoughtful and kind to us in our recent when the end came. F.arly in life she DON'T BE MISLED bereavement. May God's richest tiles- -' united with the Double Springs Hap iIiijji rctl Um each and everyone of tUt church and lived a consistent Stanford Citliens Should Read and Heed This Advice them. Adam Pence. Mr. M. S. Haugh- - Christian life. After short services at Ki Iney trouble is dangerous and of bv Rev. R. A. Ilarnes the rc- man and Family. the grave ten fatal. main were laid to rest in the Waynes- Don't experience with something F Cummins, It dosing out his burg cemctry-suit- s new and untried J. Lse a testesl kidney remedy. ' 1 Mr and Mrs. F.. L. Gadbcrry and and overcoats at cost. Hegin with Doan's Kidney Pills. L'sed in kidney troubles 50 years. Recommended here and everywhere. HiMSHaHBHaaru4''.MHaMHMilHBHBBBHBBllllllllllllllHi AjaSBBBBBBr V Stanford r, TSBBBbST citizen's statement forms com iuciug proof It's local testimony it can be investigated. Mrs J M. Luiisford. R F D. No. 4, eoBtctlmea forget that poor teeth and Manfori'. Ky. says "One of mv fain-i- h improper tuiutlcution prevent sufficient was troubled bv diziv snells and of the- kidneys vweakness He had from ordinary food and burden the haskachc ami was very stiff, He had dlgcitlvj orraus, but if every man or woman past severe pains across his loins. Hearing fifty would fully realize tho bountiful, sustaining nourish of Doan's Kidney Pills, he used them, tent in Scott's Emulsha they would take it uftcr every meal. and was relieved from the first. He is no lontier troubled ami we are sure Scott' 'mulston contains the renowned fats of that the cure Doan's Kidney Pills made pure col liver oil, so medically predigestcd that it distributes energy, We highly recommend is permanent. power and strength all thru the body and simplifies the stomach's work. them." To people hi declining years we say with unmistakable earnestness Price 50c at all stealers. Don't simply nsk for a kidney remedy get Doan's scott'a Emulsion will add years to your life and life to your years. Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. IMS Foster-MilbuLuiisford hail. AVOID ALCOHOLIC SUBSTITUTES Co., Prop , Huffalo, N. Y. II II I i iw ai"TiTWWBSMKBMaKBsssTKMilKMI TTT1 ON and alter Thursday, 19th, we State of Kentucky county of Lincoln lOTM $202,021 59 far the biggest thing in v .He ear will be the snlendiil pageant drama. "Joseph and His llrelhren." at MaCatilcy s Theatre tin vvck of .March 2i. This marviiou production is the third and greatest of the colossal Lttbler and Companv spectacles from the Century Theatre. New- York, the coinnauion plav to "The Cirilin of Allah" and "The Daughter of Heaven" "Joseph and His Zrethrcn" is conceded to be the most magnificent theatrical sjtow yet given in America. In Iaindon il is now being dune by a famous Fnglisll company liiaileil bv Sir Hierbohm Tree am' Miss Maxmr I lliott. but Marc'i V imisvflc yetji the ongMia' Vtiv N..rk prodiiLir.m with its world of sceim eiupnunt and effect and the superb cast of prmcipale which play eil the puce there all last winter There ire four acts, twelve massive scenes and a small army of two hundred and fiftv piople concerned in the play llrandon Tynan plays Joseph that sterling stage veteran. James O'Neill. Jacob, and the most beautiful woman m the merican stage. Pauline Frederick, the role of Potiphar's wife Oth er notable actors in the cast are W. T Carlton, Henry- - Harmon. Charles D I ls.rm.sii. Ada Dsvver's pretty slaughter. Lorna Kusscll, slramatist li F Kose's r slaughter. Kuth Rose, and five score more of the favsmtes who sle lighted New York audiences for six ii ontlis. The story is told in the sonorous classical Knglish of the llible itself Its author is l.sinis N Parker, tin- most famous playwright of the present ay. who has given the contcmp.irar age John Drew's "Rosemary". Geo. rliss' "Disraeli "'Pomander Walk." Drake, etc The scenery is beyond all inscription So massively bcauti- d !'til intricate is it that a force of one hundred men arc necessary to its .nulling. There are herds of camels, oxen, asses, goats, and sheep There is a ballet corps of twenty-fou- r dancers in the wonderful palace scene ii l'haroah's Court. In a word. "Jos-panil His Hrethrsn" is the last vvorel in modern stagecraft and spectaculai drama. During its Louisville engage suit the evcuiiu; performance will be-iat 8 o'clock sharp, ami the Pris.es for all performances. aOc to tiesday and Saturday matinees at 2 $2. with the exception of the opular priced Wednesdiy matinees, which will be M)c and $1.50. tls-ve- MSiCNiitsaaar r W! 3. Mr I I .('( N- - v. : Price 3't 25 No. 3 10 Price S25 No. 313 Price S3S No. 333 Price ZS rryrrvrrv4 KV rrAT-TvA- T 11 ri j p SZ0a3 Mlkfg ft ViMiavaMTJ hres 1Wsfflfdl mmfc ft the correct styles a little in advance of other women, finds them earliest in The woman vho appredatca wc-arini-r it .(S) n W-d-- 1 for excellence, refinement and correctness of style. the Wool-te- x Style Book for Spring, 1914 you will find illustoted Lie incomtag fashions of the finer types in women's and misses' coats, suits and skirts. You will also find described in this book the correct materials to seek when you select your Spring apparel. In The Styles Coming In Wooltex. I 21-- 'folrMiW Aged U m&y m mm People creative art, and that it is made under a careful censorship that insures thorough tailoring as well as attractive design, is constant in her admiration for Wooltex. The name Wooltex on a woman's coat or tailored suit, stands definitely Na.300 fricaSSS Copynchl 1914 Black Co. The her apparel is the real product of The woman who enjoys the knowledge that her coats and suits are not common, is gratified with Wooltex. The woman who values the fact that When you have once become the possessor of a Wooltex coat or suit, you will have made a valuable discovery in howto dress exceedingly well at reasonable cost - i A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. Danville, ky. body-buildin- g Tk tar TDatmft sils WoM?2s ni V- FARM AND STOCK 3&A ) THR INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH IS, 1914 ! Clothing!! Clothing! Clothing!!! We have received by special contract, several hundred Men's Suits of the season s fabric's, latest creations, made from workmen. tailored by the best skilled These suits were supposed to sell, for a great deal more money than we ask you for them, yet by buying so many we get the cream so we can save you money. all-wool T. .1 Jennings, of near Ihmlaml, six hog for $4050 to S. Ware Sam J. Kinbry, Jr.. old a good drh iiig Imrsc to J. W, Accy for ib Newt tones Iiought a pair of mule from ! I.. Itcrry, of Hustonvillc for VOH City Conveniences For Country Homes You Call liAt'e all the auYanlajJti of rnnninji waler under pressure In your home without any treat, expense by Installing a Hooslcr Pneumatic Water Supply System. Think what it would mean to every member of your family to liave hot and cold rnnulii) water in the kitchen, bath room and lanndry; how much time and work it wonld tare to have It piped to stock tanks, atablcs and other points about the premises. VaVeflBoarriw afla90eaaeaaaafaTaeaa WRaPRaBB'T''pRrSfTl'nlnl !Bea2'aVe'HBHeHjBK. .39!ttKv'naa9voRPuSBeiaaMaaaBaV at iii SALE. Haled ami loose hay farm near HubMc, G. A. Swine-broai- l. 20-2 It) It I; 1 m a Bl Having determined to leave the State, will at my farm, joining Crab chard Springs, sell the following described property, on Dan (iooch recently sold to J W cent a Aiey a XP pound sow at 6 Ruby Loss While Chick Diarrhea pound. Hemrdy Too4 T. t" Kaiikin, of Hubble, Imught two Without the two nuarnnlrtO ro. tfctlmyou cannot urlUhtMilirr sons nnil tnenh pigs of James Hr.it-toi- i Noothfr prrparatlon I. atrnl th (lrt Pratt, Baby Chick FosJ-iS- e, for ?I00. Ihrc (wl tOc il II onth. only aaf. ration. MU Inuirra luit growth. Sara Smith, of near Wayne To prvrnt Intnitlnal tnwlil. the on burn. Mild to Mr. Roberts, of the same lira pwini' l Pratta White Ularrh.a section a cow for $43. Rra)r 2ta ami inc. Aftrr ther !' the . Mrlv eritfral ferial ther mature " . 7 of Preacher Howard Holtrclnw, quickir into profit pajrlniC lumber, of . your IVkk. wile, sold a sow and pig to William Itefu.e aubatitutMi ln.1,1 on I'rmtta. 'tannery, of Sting) Creekk, for $23. 5at Ufactl in Guaranteed or Money Itack 1 i7rf Vn 150 ,iie liltry llwlc T W. Jones, local stock dealer sold six head of cattle, weighing UI0 lbs For sale y New Stanford Drug Co . to Will Logan at seven cents a pound. Stanford, Ky., F. L. Dais & Son, O. I. Thurmond, of lloylc county, Stanford, Ky 404J, tiuuglit of A. W. King, of near More-lan(ieorge Iloonc, out on Route No. 4, a splendid harness gelding for bought of Mitchell Pike, a Sl'5. Orchard, a bunch T II. Hammonds, out on the Dan- - farmer of near Crab pound pike, sold to Uallard & Thompson, of hogs, p.i)ing sexcn'cenls per wile W. Acey, out on the Somerset J. of I'reachcrsville, .14 heifers at $J3 per pike, bought of Will Daiinhcrt). out head. (A)4imiil Jtrry llland, of near Hubble, sold to tin the Somerset pike, ten hogs at sit and a half cents per pound. Ik .Rogers, of the same section, Sanders 100 lbs. for Hogs, $3.00 Digester sold to in llo)le. S. II. Oatt a bunch of young sheep at $7 50 per for Milk Cows and ewes, Linseed Meal W. T. Robertson 20 head of extra !'"d head. 100 lbs. $2 00 earliiti; cattle at $50 per head, lit makes milk Nor FOR SALE. A three-- ) car-ol- d sold si stock cattle to K. Dimntg.ui Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, weighs 1,400 pounds j in man coll. at $11 per head. 100 lbs. $1.60 flesh. S. II. ll.uighmjii, Stanmakes James M. Goxer, out on Route Xu. 2. tf. ford. Ky. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions of R. K. bought 2S )earling cattle, of (!oer A. T Nunnellc) bought 100 lbs. ' $2.00 Pulaski, pajing $.V per Norton eight hogs weighing G(J for Simpon, uf Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, head for sixteen and $33 per head for He also bought of Mr. Horton $40. oats, hay and straw. twtlve. a calf for $16. 11 Telephone in. n stock Northern Seed T. W. Jones the R. L. IJcrry, of the West Hnd, sold mules to F. F. Fitipatrick, of dealer, of this cit), purchased from a pair of 1. the Hubble section, for $235 and one Win. Anderson, a farmer on Route a bunch ol hogs, p.ijing cen and a mule for $108. half cents per pound STANFORD, KENTUCKY sold R. L. IJcrry, of Husiotiville, R. M Horton. a stock dealer, of this pair of mule to Tilford Alexander two city, .old to A. T Nunnilley . mm! of Hubble, one for $202 and the olh calf for $13, and a cow to J 11. Ptcl, er pair for $235. n stock dealer uf Jessaa hay, FOR SALE. Baled timothy mine count), for $3250 feed and seed oats. A. W. Carpenter, S. II. llaughmati Iiought of R, K Moreland, Ky. Phones Huston tile or Vntinjr of Ad.iir countv. 46 head of t. e ty The Yulcan Plow Co., Junction City. He paid $28 for 33 carting cattle. Fast F.nd Rougers and Hutchius, head and secn and a half out p"r deaters, bought a pair of hor.se mules pound for thirteen head. TRY THE of Jacob Sowders uf the White's Mill FOR SALE. 200 more acres of land seition, for $250. VULCAN J HO under culthation, four mile west J. 15. Scott, a stock dealer of Jesa-niin- e f lliutuiivillc, t ...'. jr,i!c5 from piles. count), purchased hero Monday known as the Smith farm. Will sell g from R. K. Hortoit ten head of ) cheap. For further information write. cattle at $27.50. A. D. Smith, llarlKHirwlle. Ky. 19-S B. Sanders, the Hubble merchant We arc in the TO THE FARMERS and Mike Rogers, of Hubble, bought woo! business for the well-kn- ow u firm of S. E. Owsley, of near Hubble, some Well Finished, Strong Durable, Light Draft. ol "Springfield Woolen Mill Company, shoals at eight cents per pound Rib Strengthened Mold, Full Chilled Shinpiece. Interlocked of Springfield. Tenn., and will pay Win. Anderson, out on Route, No. 1, highest prices for same We want )our sail Standard. Point has Face Chill, Wide Edge Point, Land bought a hunch of fat hogs of Gracrl) trade. See us before )ou sell J D Chill, Long Snoot Chill, Patented Extension and is the it Meredith, of near Crab Orchard, at Eads & Son. Alfred, Stanford, Ky STRONGEST and MOST DURABLE Chilled Point made. sccn and a half cents per pound. Wka buying Plow, conaider Quality First, Priest Secosd FOR saix ey Cress, Jones and Co., Iiought of the Jack For Sale following I'reachcrsville farmers two black jack, with A four-- ) ear-ol- d Rigs-bbunches of hogs. From John T. white points, plenty of bone and ear, 31 cents porkers at 8 in good flesh, well broke. He has from Logan Thompson a bunch of 100 STANFORD, KENTUCKY procn himself a sure colt getter. Will pound hogs at 8 cents. A. 0. T. Smith, sell at a bargain. T. C. Rankin and Robert Rankin, Stanford, Rout 2, Uov 121, Danville prominent farmers, of ihc Hubble sec Telephone, 118 2 rings 20-tion bought 40 bead of cattle of Wit sou Alexander, also a farmer of that COMMISSIONER'S SALE section at eight cents a Kund with $1 Kumley Products Co. Plff on the head off. They arc to be de- Notice of Sale vs i Inereil the first of May. Wni. Cititman Deft. Pursuant to At order of the Lincoln circuit court, made at its Fcbnur) term 1014, the unedrsiKued will on UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Tuesday, March 31, 1914 Dealers in o'clock P. M., on the farm of J at Matting, Rugs. Furnl-- J Impossible to be well. The foe to good Furniture AND EMBALMER UNDERTAKER health. Correct at once. Ayer's Pills. Mill II. HrouRhton, near lloldam's ture Exchanged, for all Kindt Une at bedtime, bold for 60 years. Office Phwie 167. Hwne Phene 35. (where Gciscr'' Lincoln county, Of Stock. J C. AierOo. Ask Your Doctor. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Low.ll. Slua. now is) offer 'for sale at public PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. outcry to the highest and best bidder, One the following described property l(i horse power (Iciscr ctie.iiie: one 10 horse power boiler, one sauiiiK outfit complete with saw and belt to make complete null. 'I his sale made to satisfy judKinent for $J50, with interest and costs. Said sale made on a credit I of three months, purchaser or purchasers to execute bond paablc to Commissioner, bearing interest of 6 per cent, from date until paid, with gootl surety, having the force and effect of a judgment, lien retained on property This March 12. 1914. M. 10:00 F I). PENNINGTON. M C. I. C C 3-- 4 tells Prevent (&&$ ' are planned separately to exactly meet the conditions under which they must operate. They may he Inexpen- lively installed in old or new buildings. Come in and let us help you plan yonr system now, or write or phone and we will call, take measure- ments and auote you prices. You owe it to every member ol your lamlly to do away with the drudgery of pumping and carryiug water, so act on this matter now, Hoosier Pneumatic Water Supply C am m JjYwlvlllk) J ri Swayaijr HnoaUr PaeumaHe Water By li area tmm Im aerated hy haaA, laaV COME AND SAVE THE DOLLARS. WE SELL THE BEST CLOTHING T - Robinson's Stanford, Kentucky Heating and Plumbing' A HIGH GRADE STALLION My high bred fivc-)cold Chestnut Sorrell Stallion will make the Sea- sou of 1914 at in) barn on the old fair He is 10 Krouuds at llustomillc, K Minutls He hand' IiikIi wciulit l't will cre a liuutid number of mares .it $15 to IIIMirt- . Ilvillfi mil. M.iMll.ltk-whemare is parted with, or IcaMiii: sh- 'I his' stallion is by the count) land I'rixik and out of a standard hud trottniK mare. He lus proven to oc a jsreat breeder, h.tMiiu his colls to show for linn. His colts all are saddle iolt, with e."od M)lt-- and action. Call brcidmg and cc a kixmI hore hefi-rtune cvmc Jim Reed l I also stand the ureat mule jack, Jim K'ccd, the well known mule jack b) tin old .tck of Jim Need's I laving sold his colts at $100 at weaning time and I' a fine breeder, luunu eolts to show for him here He has a lar'e and his colts have Kood Uuic and He will stand at $10 to insure a liunR colt. Mone) due when mare. is parted with or left the cimnt) ar l.-- WARNER r a BOWER. -:- mill, aaaollnc agta electric molar. aw - Stanford, Ky. Remember, when you build a Concrete Silo you have but one expense, and you pay gcccHggcccayaw gW well-know- n FEEDS Tankage per 0er kVaaui H H per USJp .gsa lc 9B2r' al faggfgfagc BaM fat per and Jacks per i Car just H. C. BAUGHMAN & CO. that but one sle. II. V LF.mil. VULCAN W So well-know- PLOWS IbJil L &,. 13-t- i ear-lin- 3 Ottenheim Mrs Laura Stler has bien very sick. . Mr.. J..!:r.icn ts ill at of Kind's writing. Dr. Thompson, Mountain is waiting on her. Mr. liud Oaks is scriousl) ill with heart trouble. Mr. Moheancr alo is on the sick list. Mr Simon IVtrc) and wife ate visit-in- .; her mother, Mrs F.nuly Johnson. was elected Miss Grettie Johnson ilctk, of Hebron church. Mrs Sarah Petres isitul Mr. Lutj Petrey one day last week-M- r John Papcnhagen visited his sis tcr Mar) Fishir Sr.tul.iy Mr Simon Petrex has a t his new barn almost completed LY.-.- 1 you build of m Phillips Bros., wood you are Stanford. never through Ky with expense. Built by time, but if I I I I I But very little difference in concrete and wood expense. You should investigate for yourself. We are prepared this season to build 12, 14 and 16 foot diameter, any height desired. PENCE BROTHERS y, Phillips Bros., CONTRACTORS Of I0URB0N POULTRY CURE J. C. McClary J.L.Beazley & Co MAAAi f95Ssif?iSE9Bify ' 4 J the lew aic. A waterdrops In and cure tinktnc prevents cholera, diarrhoea audntbcrcblck diseases. One toe bottle makes IS rallonn of medicine At all JrUKRl't". Sample and booklet on'-lllcascsof Puwl," gent down a chick' throat cures STANFORD, KENTUCKY J'ltKl-Bourb- on Constipation RimJj Co. UiiifUn, Ij Good Farm Wagon or Field or Garden Seeds Go To When you want 1 (h SEAL Public Sale Commencing promptly at o'clock A. H T. D. Newland Opposite Court House STANFORD. KY. PnjtiurfhM SItVER S Thursday, This Orchard and lum-dre- March 19th, 1914 PAINTS Bin mmmmmmm QUpf "THERE r iuit three thing, that P vou fiom Diotrctint your tool. nd outbuildingt from the raw and tun, and c.ute you to live in houte that U dingy and ugly on the outud. and dull and unpleaunt on the inside. Feed and Field Seeds Fill ari Cmplete Stocks. . We are clad to receive yowr orders. REAL ESTATE 60 acres of land, more or less. lies on the Crab farm Lancaster turnpike within three two hundred d yards of the graded school and jards of the Crab Orch-- 1 PERSONAL PROPERTY 1 1 stallion by Dorsey Golddust. good buggy horse, 4 years old, by Chester Jewell. pood harness and saddle mare, in foal by Shetland pony. I 4 good work horses, from 5 to 8 ears old, with )cars old. 1 No. 1 milch cow, 6 oung calf. Jcrtey heifers, April. will be fresh in TO THE PUBLIC represent the largest and best clothing house in this coun-t- r aid Springs, and is one of the best f terest from date of sale and a lien re Kil V. Price & Co., Chicago, 111. Farm tainer.' on land for the remainder of My experience in measuring and dirplaces around Crab Orchard. ecting the making of your clothes, balcash, purchase money. will be sold for , gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor If you will equal ance in. one and two )ears, with give be your order I will promise )OU installments, bearing six per cent in-- J a square deal. You wilt get the worth of )our money, cither in the cheaper gradeii or the higher priced. My spring line of samples arc now ready for )our r-- tt' inspection. Call and let me show ou. 3 double shoNels. 8 head of hogs. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. road scraper. 2 Old Hickory wagons, good as new. 15 log chains. About 4 buggies. I motor truck 4 sets of buggy harness, AIkmH 40 bales of hay. COME TO THIS STORE 4 sets of wagon harness. Xi bushels of Irish potatoes. good as I International Hay Press, We Are Nov; Making AU'ut ?0 shocks of fodder. new. 80 chickens. Special Prices on Blankets and I bull rake, good "as new. loom. Comforts n.owiug machine. Entire household jind kitchen furni2 pair Mock scales. ture, and many other things too num- DRUGGETS. RUGS AND MANTEL MIRRORS erous to mention. turning plows. e 2 G. R. PRUITT. - - Moreland. Kv. I made-or-ord- er one-half 1 1 vent ttoie'54. GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky paniiM The Cost of Making Paint' The Cost of Selling The Cost of Painting haven't tried WE(naking paint, to reduce the cost .1 bul have even gooa to an eatra cxpente to tecur th. pureet and brat of lead. line, and Unaead oil to vvc can put a guarantee of cotaplct. aatia-(icli- Never Before Have we shown as complete a line of Pumps and Oxfords for Women and If Yin Want Bargains behind every can of Stiver 5aal Paint. We cut the Coat of aelling paint' from 2) to JOS by aelling it direct to you. AH the aaleimen. alariea and expenKS, and the jobber! and dealer'a profita, ait cul out and you save tha drlltrence. Now you can save another 254 by doing You don't need any the woik yourself. experience. We have a book that (all. you jail what paint to uae and hc-- to Ufa St, Children. Come in and look over our line before buying your Easter Footwear. 1 1 W. E. PERKINS, ' CRAB ORCHARD, KY. TREES Slraultirry plants, fruit and shade trres, stiruli. rou-s- , asparagus, grape tines, rhubarb, peonies, phlox, seed Orchard ete. Kmythiiig for c, two-hors- A '$ f Dr.JshRCNk,V.S.II. Mrs. G. W. Singleton, Wiley Singleton. Oscar Singleton Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Office Phone 194; Residence 204 KENTUCKY STANFORD, P. CHANDLER, Auctioneer. Col. J. Terms: On Personal Property, cash in hand. Calls Iflswwtd Prwrly JUST WRITE uTNOW and tell ui what you want to paint! Dr.Uwl.faq DANVILLE, XY. ",iwwi lay tr MicM Thiltjt a SILVER SEAL'PMNT lor furry purpoM, KENTUCKY'PAlNTMFaCO. l)W.Ma.letSMel. tOUSyVHJA and garden. Free catalogue. No agents 1841 H. F. HUfeflmtysr 4 Sms 1913 Nurserymen alnce 1841 Veterinary Surgeoii OFFICE NEXT LOQAN'I ITA11SJ W. Lexington, Kentucky J I" IW: