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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914 TMa Paper Stop When Yew Time le Up Watch the Dte Oa Label and Knew Promptly. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS F'rovfdir" for oiling streets LEGISLATURE WINDS UP dais cities. ITS WORK AT FRANKFORT ll in thirl ('qtnti'ii; fire and teaching fire t It now up to the people of Kentucky Scv-er- ty Permitting State Capitol Commisobnoxious and unpopular laws were passed, there is no douht, and a sion to sell old executive mansion and number of measures that should have apply proceeds to debt on new. Amending hanking act, requiring filbeen passed were killed. Out of over ing of incorporation articles of state V00 bills introduced only 94 were enacted into law, which rocs to show banks with Hanking Gmimisisoner, ami that It is a mi;hty hard thing for 138 providing for additional examiner, to men to agree on atiy certain proposl-tio- n be piid for by banks Fixing time of holding Court in or jwlicy, which is what a majori. Twenty third District t of them must do In fore a bill Is To require submission of monthly ac into law. .State-wid- e prohibition was killed by counts of House of Keform to prison a close vote in the Senate, after hav- Uiard and approval of Governor for ing passed the House by a big ma- appointment to positions and to return jority. As the I J correspondent has into state trcasur) all revenue from House of Keform. Mated before, the temperance leader Changing the Sixteenth and Ninecall) did not begin to push this bill teenth Senatorial Districts. until just towards the cud of the Requiring loose leaf tobacco sales all attention having been directed warehousemen to post on premises to the Frost 25 per cent bill The wins Hubble ky people themselves were responsible amount ami price of each da)'s sates Wilson Alexander and A L. Rankin To authorize Hoard of Prison Comfor bringing up the state-wid- e bill in thr House, thinking to emharass many missioners to grant paroles with ap- wnit to Wa)iic county last week to buy some cattle. temperance members, who did not es- proval of Governor Rev S. II Pollitt and son spent the Reducing the Hoard of Trustees of pecially care about bringing up statethe Institute for the Mind to five mem day with Mr. H. C. Walter Suturda) wide at this session The move proved Mr Jack McDonald, of Paris, is a boomerang for the liquor members, bers Changing name of Capitol square po visiting his aunt, Mrs Silltc Robinhowever, and they soon found to their son and is looking after other matters dismay that they had made the mis- lice to Fxeculive Marshal Providing two additional mine in- of interest. . take of their lives, for state-wid- e went Miss Jennie and Thomas 11 Rankin whirling through the House, and but spectors and fixing the salary of the went over to Marccllus Saturday to fur the fact that the Rules Committee chief inspector at $J,000. Permitting cities to fix and regulate visit Mr and Mrs Robert Rankin and of the senate was dominated by men their brother Divid manner of colectmg liquor license. -- ntagonostic to it, it would probably Mr Melissa Underwood was called Circuit Court to hold Permitting have passed the Senate One of the more imKrUttt measures terms in counties containing a city of to Louisville Sundav on account of her son Dr Bin Underwood having to be which got through the Senate, after the sixth class or larger. Creating state text book commission, operated on for appendicitis having been apparent!) put to sleep Mrs Dora Rankin has In en comby amendments at a late hour, was Requiring state einplo)ee to furnish plaining for several davs the two and a half cent railroad rate. Mrs l.ucy Spoonamore is also unSenator Charles F Montgomery, of Auditor itemized statements of expender the weather again, Casey county, led the fight for this ses Mrs. J M Rankin and daughter Eva railroad bill. lull after it got to the upper chambr To provide for one poll tax in cities were over to see Mrs. Dora Rankir on and deserves much of the credit for -Mllltla) putting it over." To Speaker Claude 01 tne tnini cias R G Mr and Mrs Pettus, of Cold cheek bill, making it a penal !i Terrell ts due all of the credit for offense to draw check on bank without Preachtrsville, were visiting Mr. and passing it in the House. Mis. Waller IVtliis Satin il j) and Sun-da- ). The Confederate Horn bill, providing deposits equal to amount 01 clink Regulating draining of land in Jeffor the annual per capita appropriaMiss Stella McKcchnie, of Prcachers-Milc- , tion of $175, was not signed by Liiu-ttiu- ferson couiily was a visitor here last week Providing license for trained nurses. Governor McDermott It will Grmcr McKcchnie v.cnt over to Mar teachers' cerT aUiliili third-cia-- ; not become a law On the last night of the session, the tificates, and providing for three coun- cellus to sec his uncle, Mr Win McKcchnie Senate, by a scries of filibusters, de- ty commissioners. W I.. Sloan ami II W Given, Jr., Providing annuity fund for school feated three of the most important went up to Crab Orchard Sunday to cities teachers m second-clas- s measure of the session The state Extending term of common schools. drink of the health giving water. wide prohibition bill never reached a to Permitting cities of fourth-clas- s vote, the motion to table being sucThe 1. H. Carter Sale Saturday cessful Likewise the antipass and create sinking fund and lev) tax to The sale of the personal effects of revenue and taxation bills went downj pav school bonds. the late James II. Carter will take lo amend state primar) law. to defeat. To permit fourth class cities to adopt place at his residence ou Saturday, The bills passed b both Houses, in March 21 Sec advertisement which will brcomr laws if the Gover- commission government for derogatory this issue-1'ixing punishment nor does not veto them arc as follows To create a commission to administer statemtnts affecting the credit of fin Beech Grove a fund for erecting and equipping anical institutions. Rev Hutchius filled his appointment Providing for the issuance of scauh county buildings at Jlcech Grove Sunda) To require graded school districts to! warrants in illicit liquor cases. Farmers are hustling around in this Regulating hotels and providing for maintain high schools part of the county. To ilrpuvc persons coimefcd of ear-- j Mr E. I. WiUon has his new dwell Regulating the embalming business rvmg concealed weapons of citiTo punish the making or use of false ing almost completed He will be ready zenship and making second offense a felony statements to obtain propcrt) or credit. to move 111 Tucsda). Miss Roxie Spangler visited her sis TV extend circuit couit terms in Hell PtrmittmK the incorporation of ter, Mrs. II. 1. Gooch at F.uhank a towns or taxing districts and Harlan counties. having municipal powers and 250 few (l.i)s last week. The workman's compensation act Mr Crawford Bell and wife of In inhabitants. with state insurance feature. Providing stenographer for count) dianapolis, arc visiting the tatter's par. To license plumbers in first and seccuts, Mr J. S. Hoskins and wife. judge of Jefferson. ond class cities We are glad to sa) Robert Martin printing Providing for letting state To abolish lump appropriations to public institutions and require officers contract for four instead of two )cars and wife will move bark to lleech Providing count) aid in building Grove soon. to rcjKirt monthly to Auditor with Misses Ella Rigsby, Hcrschcl Spanglevees. vouchers. Providing for abolition of county ler and Ella Hoskins visited Miss Cora Providing that no appeal ma) be had Ledford Sumla), Inspector of Weights and Meaure. in civil actions unless controvcrs) inWe arc sorry to'sa) Hubert I.ovius Changing time of holding Circuit volves $500 has typhoid fever. To create Depot) Coroner of Jef- Court in Cumberland County, Wc are expecting John D Wilson to Providing state aid in budding pub ferson county. take possession of Dripping Springs, To revise road law and change n lie roads and levying tax of 5 cents for ivlUs Shirle) Malian visited her coutatc road fund. of administering county roads. sin, Jennie Smith, Sunda) transportaHampton bill to prohibit Amendment providing for working tion of liquor for sale in local option convicts on public roads. Best Family Laxative Changing office of ( ominissioucr of tcrntor), and to prohibit persons havUse Dr. Beware of constipation. Confederate Pension, with two assis- ing in possession liquor for sale in New Life Pilts and keen well. such territory except druggists tants. Mrs. Charles E. Smith, of West Frank-tin- . Requiring common carriers to keep Me., calls them "our family laxa'iiung consent to acquisition of nat. tive" Nothing better for adults or a record of liquor shipments in separlonal forest reserve in Kcntuck). 25c All drugPel milling third clasx cities to adopt ate looks and making them prima facie aged. Get them today by mail for violation of gists or Bucklen X. Co, Philadelphia proof in proceedings commission government. H E. Providing for election of United the locat option law. or St lojuis, 'lo make Hopkinsvillt' a third-clas- s States Senators by popular vote. Green Brier Giving state banks authoril) to own city, and putting Crab Orehard m sixth Mr Oscar Claunch and vvu'e visitclass. slotk in Federal reserve. Regulating motor vehicles and cicat ed. Mrs Robert Gaines, Preventing employment b) railroad, Mr. Totbcrt Curtis ami wife spent telegraph, telephone or companies of iug the office of Commissioner of Moloys under Jl )ears old In fore h A. M., tor chicle and Hoard of Examiners Sund-- y with Mrs, Jchn Leach Miss Sabra Miincie entertained some to license chauffeurs. 01 after nine P. M. Requiring itinerant merchants to pay of her friends Saturday night Those Preventing children under 10 )car present were Mr. Mclvin Caldwell, 0 a license of $250 and give bond of old tiling committed to House of Mrs. Sarah Caldwell, Mi's Sarah Bur and providing counties must pay Authorizing the State Hoard of edu- ton. Mr Willie Burton. Miss Mamie expenses of convc)ing children under Burton, Miss Ollie Bunch, Mr Evert 16 to House of Reform unless concation to grant certificates to graduud) colleges to teach in high schools Gooch Miss Vinia Gooch. Mr ates of victed of felony Anunding count) unit law to pro-id- e and to validate certificates of other Gooch All enjo.ved themselves. Miss.Zara Sim visited Miss Mabel that 25 per cent of the voters of states. Muucie Sunday Green Glenn insurance bill. the whole county may call a local opto Mr Oliver Sims has returned Reducing bonds of Prison Wardens tion election, Tennessee after spending a few weeks $20,000 and Deputies to $10,000. Permitting life and casualty cooper- to Empowering the State Live Stock with his father ami sister. ative insurance companies to amend Mrs, John Leach spent Tuesda) with Sanitary Board to take charge of all and regulating them. their epidemics an ng domestic animals and .Mrs. George Gaines. Exempting state warrants from taxMrs. Evert Gooch has been visiting employ a veterinarian. ation her father and mother near King's Providing uniform s)$lem of County Judges and MagisGiving and inspecting of Public of- Mountain trates exclusive jurisdiction of penal case in which the limit of fine is $20, fices. Providing for working county pris- Just Right for Backache end giving County Judges jurisdiction Ana uncumamm Foley Kidney Pills are so thorough-I- ) in penal cases in which fine limit is oners on county roads and city streets. effective for backache, rheumatism, Changing time of holding court In SI IX). and all sentences not exceeding swollen, aching joints. Kidney ana bladFourteenth District. 50 day, and jurisdiction in 'all misdeder ailments that they are recommend, Amending inheritance tax laws to rd everywhere. meanor cases. A. A. Jeffords, Neb, sa)s: "My druggist reChanging time of holding Court in make inheritance tax five per cent for collateral inheritance on amount above commended Foley Kidney Pills for the Twenty-nint- h Judicial District. finishmy rr,,'itiiii t1l!trsrv fnmintclinn wlilrli $500, and two per cent on first $25,000 pains in bottle,back, and before I entirely my old trouble ' direct inheritances; four per cent ou ed one lus nu appropriation or salaries. disappeared. al -d 1 $30,-Mscs-nod pti'vuitiou in ichools, and nquiring But Fire ManhaU to regulate storage '.if A Number of Other Good Bllli inflammable material. To prohibit sale of tobacco to minAre Enacted Into Law or s Authoriting leasing of land for prisFrankfort, hy., March ID.-- Tlic 1914 session qf the Kentucky Legislature ad- on farm. Amending charter of Twelve Mile journed early Wednesday morning, and the remit of their sixty days' work is 'I urnpike Company in Campbell coun- Statewide Prohibition Defeated second $25,""0 and five per cent on all amounts above $50,000, but exempting first $10,000. Appropriating $10,000 quarterly to the Confederate Home for four years. Hamilton reinsurance bill. Providing that city instead of contractors shall collect street improvements assessments in cities of second class. Providing for election of County Commissioners in counties containing cities of fourth class. Increasing number of trustees of Slate Diversity by adding six alumni members elected by alumni. Declaring public highwa)s connecting county seats public works, Appropriating $20,000 for care of State Capitol and Governor's mansion under supervision of Capitol Commission. This is only about $1,000 more than given in former )ears and was made necessary by the building of the governor's new mansion. Providing automobile for Count) nginecr of counties levying o.cr road tax. , Requiring tobacco salts warehousemen to keep daily accounts of sales, make monthly sworn statements by Department of Agriculture as to t)pes. - nt ;i s)s-ter- lie-fo- re $1,-00- by-la- v, BUSINESS MEN VISIT GOVERNOR Hustonville The llustonvilte Migh School ball In LouUVille Thursday, After a Short team pla)cd the first game of the sea- And Urge Him to Call Extra Session Illness For Repeal of Insurance Law son here last Saturday evening on the school grounds in the presence of a Miss l.ucy Simpson, aged 69 years, large and enthused crowd of specta I. D. Wearen. nf kt.infnnl. , I., ... A. .. .... died at the home of her niece, Mrs. tors, who enjoyed the game very much Bcazley, F. II. Fnsbie, Adolph Joseph C I. Dorscy in Louisville Thursday as there was much executed during and u. C Gaines, insurance and busiafter a short illness of pneumonia. the pla) Both teams played with all ness men of Stanford and Lancaster, Miss Simpson had only been in Louisthe vim that were in them and at the verc in Frankfort Monday, when a ville about a )car, having lived here end of the ninth inning they were tied great delegation of business men from practically all of her life. Sh is sur5 to s an agreement with them were to Louisville and other sections of the vived by two sisters, Mrs. Kate Taypl.i) until thctic could be broken, which State called on Gov. McCreary and relor and Mrs. Minnie Walker, of Louis, ,t, quested him to call an extra session ii.t .l.,l Tim Uii.t,.nnll- ville, two brothers, Frank Simpson, ot ,lc Mnldlcburg team by 10 to of the legislature to consider the repeal Morganficld, and Edward Simpson, of 5 amust a hard fought game, when of the Greene-Glen- n bill, insurance Phoenix, Ariz, and three niec.es, Mrs. tilc Httstoiiville team made a rush and which he has already signed. The I'.lmcr Fads, of this city, Mrs. Cook, succeeded in breaking up the tic in governor did not give his callers any of near Danville, and Mrs. C I Dorscy, the 13th inning. It was said to be one satisfaction, however. of Louisville. of the most exciting games ever pla)ed The remains will be brought hers The Governor said that he had made News of the Churche here. Ever) one of our team showed up a careful poll of the Legislature and Saturday morning on the 1045 train There will be ordination of Elders well, Hall of the Hustonville team found that the members who voted for and be taken immediately to the Huf. falo Springs Cemetery, there the in- and Deacons at the Christian church pitched a wonderful game. the bill, were determined that the bill terment will tk- - place after short next Sunday. The Hustonville ball team will play was to the best interests of the State The following services will be held the C. U. team of Danville about the and would not change their votes if services. at the Christian church Sunday, Mar. 28th of March. the session was called. He added that 2i, Sunda school at 9J0. Oidiiiaiiou Miss Bccelier Ncwbcru is behind the t would cost at least $IU0,00U to hold HENRY FISH PASSES AWAY service at 10.45. All officers elected counter of the Wcathcrford store, durspecial session and that it would be n A Man of Mt. Vernon vnd not ordained will please be 011 ing the absence of George D Weather-for- d a money uselessly spent. The bankers Dies at Lexington hand. Young people's meeting at 6 JO m the city and business men made it plain that Preaching at 7 15. y Judge W M Myers has been in thev were not representing or aiding llcur) Fish, one of the most promiServices at the Presb)terian church this week seeing .after his inter- the insurance companies but that they nent citizens of Mt. Vernon, died while in Lexington ou a visit to Ma- Sunday, March 22, as follows: 9.30, the est there in a store. They contend must have insurance. son Morris and family. He was 81 teaching service, II o'clock morning Anderson and Walker arc closing that conditions have arisen making the years old. Mr. Fish was .1 very promi- worship, subject, "The Kind of Church ernon. lfls wife We Need" 630 Young peoples' ser- out their line of furniture at very low repeal of the bill a necessity. nent Mason of Mt prices. Mr, Walker will continue the has been dead about fifteen vears. Hu Laffoon contended that the insurvice, subject, "Our Society a Trainundertaking business. bcrt Fish his only child, lives in Los ing school," Prov 22-ance companies must be regulated and 7.15. Evening Angeles, Cat., and is an uncle of Mrs. worship, subject. hev. and Mrs. Maddox are rejoicing Glenn said that the only difference be"What the Christian J. G Carpenter, Mrs. Dexter llallou Endeavor over the arrival of a little daughter tween the board and the insurance Society should stand for. and W S. Fish, of this place and Mrs. at their home. companies was that the Rating Board Will Pettus and Ivon Fish, of Crab Or Why Not Try This In Stanford? W. J. Carpenter is still m a critical demanded an itemized statement showchard, and a brother of W. C Fish, of Paint Lick condition and A story comes from Marion. Crittennot to be any bet-t- ing the rates and that the insurance The burial will take-- place at Crab den county, the home of Olhc James, ' at present. companies refused to submit the stateOrchard Saturday morning at 9.30. The that s.i)s that the Sunda) school moveB. (5. Cover, of Stanford, was here ments. Masonic Lodge of Mt. Vernon will ment in that city has developed into Wednesday morning on business. have-- charge. Representatives Saufley, of Lincoln, large proportions. Fully of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blain, who are and Farris, of Boyle, voted against this the entire- population of the-- city Stanford School Notes attendants at various churches Missionaries of China, are the guests bill, which is proving the most obnoxithroughout Marion on Sunda) morn-inb- s of his brother, Rev. C. R. Blain. Mrs. Hly Sallie Mills Craig' ous to the people of the state of any Sunday last, out of a population The meeting, of the Bach Club for of less than 2.000, there were 1,058 Main has been in bad health for some law enacted by a legislature in a long thrs week was given over entirely to present, divided as follows; Southern time, and they are here for her health. time. arrangements for the Tennis Club for Methodists, 440; Baptists, 330; Presby- Mr. Blain has been a missionary to this reason. Although the court wil terians, 160; Christian 21. The two China for fifteen )cars. They are now Mt. Zlon colored churches, .Methodist and at Hotel Weatherford. not be fixed for a while, )Ct commit Wc are having some very nice had .111 attendance- of 101 Wednesday was one of the dullest weather now and tees had to be appointed and some ever) one is pretty da)s we have witnessed for quite a busy preparing for crops. questions of membership settled Howard Howard Miss Ellin llallou announced today, James Howard, son of Berry How- while. Mr. W. M. Thompson is suffering passed severely with his back this week. Sheriff J. G. Weatherford that on the twenty fourth of April the ard, of Crab Orchard and Miss Win-tre- d Mozart Club will give a recital in the Howard, of Crab Orhcard, were through here Tuesday with a parly, Mr. Granville Miracle and Miss Sal-li- e who was wanted at Liberty for disThis is the first married at the home of Berr Hovv-aschool auditorium. Murrell have gone to Illinois to Wednesday. This popular couple turbing church worship. appearance of the Mozart cluu. The make their home. Ever) body was sorMrs. Bcttic Cowan has been on the ry to see them go, but wish them all to has the best wishes of their many membeis arc working diligent' friends for much happiness on the jour-nc- ) sick list for several da)S. make it a success. the happiness that life affords. Main, Mrs. Kate Powell, of West The resignation of Mr. Spalding Hill, of life. Mt. and Mrs. Hiram Thompson, of Ji.is been quite ill for a few da)S. as captain of the ball team, was not Ottawa, were the gutts of their son, Will Riffe, wife and son, David, Mt. Salem He will have to accepted by the m. 'Ihompson, last Saturday. Mrs Bos Grider is vcr) ill with to Stanford Monday evening keep the place. Mr. R. A. Smith is better at this grin. a visThere will be a district school meet writing. Mrs. Bailey Hill, and sons, Spalding Mrs. Riffi and son remained for held here the latter part of April to and Wilson, of Stanford were the it to her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stagg and Mrs. Murrell, the aged mother of other relatives. select contestants for the intcrscholas-ti- c putsts of Mrs. McCarty. Tom and Henry Murrell is very ill, Miss Ethel Grider is ou the sick list. The new blacksmith shop. on South and not expected to live 'as she is very contest laid at Lexington in May. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dunn, of College street, is now open and read) old. There will be an oratorical contest were-- the guests of Mr. L. C. for business. Jacob Jenkins has rentfor lxitb bo)s and girls, musical con- Dunn and family Sunday. Mrs. Lucy Menefee is on the sick Rev. Maddox, of Hustonville, filled ed this shop and is now reaely to do list this week. tests, vocal and instrumental and track Ins appointment here Sunday. meet. jour work on short notice. Mr. James Blankcnship, ' still reMr Wells and family have moved The Lmon Stock yards are doing a mains very low his many friends are here, from Mill Springs. Killing In Danville Miss Lora Grider. was the guest of giod business. There is lots of cat- sorry to know. tle and hogs being fed and more arc Smith, colored, of Danville, Mrs. Mattie Vest Monday. Mrs. Ida Thompson still has the Walter Miss Lola Wade, spent and l'inji brought in every day. Allen, toothache. who was released from a long term in Sunda) with home folks Saturda) here. McConuack & Co, have about 100 Mr. Squire Owens is very low from the workhouse last week, secured a Laura Misses Dora Montgomery, - feedshot gun, met Albert Harlan in the Grider, Mattie McAninch, Gracie Bas-ttt- i, head of hogs there that they arethe effects of pneumonia. His mother, Mollie Vest, Mr Clo)d McAninch, ing for the market. Mrs. Owens is also very ill this week, street and shot him to death Mr. Jason Ta)lor and family, of J. W. McAninch. Major Wade. Willie Mrs. J. R. Shackelford is able to be Montgomery Henderson and Neal Bas-tiwere here Saturday and Sun- out again, after a severe illness. Special Meeting of K. P Johnnie Martin, Smith Adams and C. R. The death angel visited the home of There will be a call meeting of the others stormed Mr. George Smith, last day the guests of Mr. and Mrs. MeCormack. Friday night, and had a good time. Dr. Hughes on last Thursday and tooK K of Ps at the K. of P. Hall Satur Mrs. Mattie Vest, was the guest of Master Carroll MeCormack is the his wife away. She leaves her husuand uay, March 21. 1914 at 2 o'clock, to Miss Mattie McAninch on last Monguest of his cousin, Master James M. and five small children, besides sotie organize and elect officers for the fair day night. sisters and brothers, father and mother. ' All numbers arc requested to be pres Mrs. X. McCarty returned from Cin- Ta)lor at Danville. Mrs. A. J. Adams is able to be out All mourn that she is no more. Her cinnati last Friday, where she has been cut W W Saunders, K. R. S. to buy new spring line of goods. after an attack of rheumatism. death was due to pneumonia. Mr Walter McKinuey was in HusMiss .Lelia Belle Jones of near Mr. Brvant Brown who has been ill Spring Blood and Svstem Cleanser tonville Monday afternoon. Milledgeville, has home af- is some better. During the winter months impurities Mr, Willie Montgomery .is making accumulate. )our blood becomes im- preparations to build on his new lot, ter a pleasant visit to her cousin, Mrs. Born, to the wife of John Cash, a pure and thick, jour kidneys, liver and he purchased J. B. Kiffe. fine boy. They christened him John. t bone-Ifail to work, causing Mr. Ah in Burton spent Sunda) with Misses Margaret and Eddie T. CarR. B. Elder and family have movcu ou feel tired, weak Mr. II. B. Flo)d spring Fevtr, have-- returned home after a to Lancaster to make their future home. and lazy Electric Bitters the spring H B. Floyd is suffering with penter Mrs. visit to Mrs. James Woods and Mrs. tonic and svstem cleanser is what ou neuralgia this weik. Mrs. George Smith, who has small, need they stimulate the kidnevs, liver Miss Lola McAninch is with Mrs Logan Hubble at Stanford. pox is getting along nicely and cvcjjyr and iKiwels to healthy action, expel Carpenter, near Hustonville. J. D. Fads is breaking the sod on body is glad to know of her recovery. blood impurities and restore your Miss Grace Bastin bad the misforthe farm of B. W. Leigh to cast a large Misses Birdie and Hazel Graham health, strength and ambition, hlectric tune to cut lur finger while preparing tobacco crop this spring. Bitters makes sou feel likenew. Start spice wimd tea one day. last week. were the delightful guests of Mrs. Ida it .will put Emmett MeCormack and J. J. Allen Thompson one day last week. a four week's treatment i.'ttlc Miss Biulah Grider ha chick)ou in fine shape for )our spring work en po made a fl)ing trip to Fr)e's Creek, on Mrs. Ida Thompson, of Chappell s All Druggists 50c and Guaranteed Monday to see some hogs, but did not Gap, is the guest ot her parents, Mr, $1 'I he son of Rodney buy them. II. K. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia and Mrs. Harve Brown this wcek.a living on the farm of Tom Samuel Lusk, one of our heavy or St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jac,t!on. of, receivBrock, near North Middletown, weights, is able to be out after several Broughtontown, are rejoicing over the . ed injuries late Monday afternoon when weeks' illness. Notice to Delinquents arrival of twin boys at their home, B) order of the Fiscal Court at its caught in the wheel of a buggy, from Frank Hunn, of near Kidd's Store, They were named Oscar and Foster.' meeting held on the 18th day oi March, whih he died toda) in a Paris hospital. has installed a new grist mill and Little Dora Murrell was the guest of 1914, 1 am directed to publish the He- is now doing a lively Mrs. Mollie Murrell Tuesday.- names of all persons who fail to pay Kickapoo Worm Killer Expels Worms crusher. business in his new- - undertaking, as their delinquent poll and property tax, Mr. George Hensley is ill this Wgk : The cause of vour child's ills The well as in his merchandise business. on or before April 7th. 1914. at which Mrs. Mary Hensley is on the sick? . . The date the Sheriff will make his settle- foul, fetid, offensive breath. Walter McKitmcy, of Mt. Salem, list. grinding of ment as to the lev of 191 J, said delin- starting up with terror and was here one night this week on busiMrs. Ida Thompson went to Brougbr quents to be published in the Interior teeth while asleep the sallowdark circles under the e)es ness. tontown Sunday to see Mrs. Win. Journal G B COOPER C I. C C r .ill inilir.-i- t ions of worms Kicka Frank Martin, proprietor of the Mc Jackson and twin babies. poo Worm Killer is what )our child Mrs. Armina Smith has been visitthe worms, the cause Kinuey Roller Mills, was here the first nri-ilii Special "Health Warning" For March of the child's unhealthy condition. For of the week on business. D. J. New-ber- ing her dauuhter Mrs. Russell IVaf-soMarch is a Irving month for the the removal of seat, stomach anu pin of this place, is the traveling .. very )oung and for elderly people. worms, Kickapoo Worm Killer gives salesman for this mill and a real good Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers, were the effect adds Croup, bronchial colds, lagrippe and sure relief. Its laxative having had lots of experience. guests of their son, George Rogers last pneumonia are to be feared and avoid- tnnr 10 the ireneral svstem. Supplied man, Miss Mary North spent a few- - days Saturday night. 1 ed. Folev's Honey and Tar is a great as ;i candy confection children like it. family medicine that will quickly stop Sale anil sure reliel, iiuaramceu. iiuy Ivvith Mrs. J. A. Blain at Hotel Weath-erforMrs. Charlie Thompson is J( this Price 25c, All druggists a cough, check the progress of a a box today w eek. cold, and relieve inflamed and con- or by mail. George D. Weatherford went to the The biby of Charlie Thompson is Mckapoo tnilian ftico, v.o, rnna., or gested air passages, It is safe, pure, city Tuesday on business and will be very ill with croup St Louis. and alvva)s reliable absent several da)s. Mr, Green Adams stilt continues ill. PUBLIC SALE Mrs. D. J. Newbern went to Louis Fire Damages Col. Walton's Home Mr. J, L. Simpson and boys, Oscar N'civj came from Orlando. Fla., that Having decided to change in) resi ville, Sunday to undergo an y ex- - and Br)an are doing some sawing this , , the home of Col W. P Walton, the dence, I will offer at public outcry on amination for various ailments. Her week. ' Lexington and Stanerstwhile veteran March 28th. 1914, at my daughter, Miss Priscilla accompanied Saturdav Misses Ida and Lizzie Smith were the ford journalist, now editor of the Daily following her. delightful guests of Misses Hazel and Reporter-Star- , at Orlando, was badly home in Hustonville, Ky., the -- " . .Birdie Graham Sunday. damaged bv fire a few nights ago. Col. personal property, consisting of house, Miss Ada Murrell was the guest sewing furniture, Walton carried no insurance on his hold and kitchen Stubborn, Annoying Coughs fured library and household effects and the machine, good oil stove, one good "My husband had a cough for fifteen Mrs. Ida Thompson Tuesday evening. " damage 011 these will be heavy Dr, son for Mrs. Daisy Simpson and Miss Louisa "Ro)al" giaphophone and other musi- years and myDiscovery eight )ears. curKing's New completely pair of scales, ed them, for which I am most thank- were the guests of Ida Thompson Frical instruments, two Avoid Stuffy Wheesy Breathing wagon, ful." writes Mrs. David Moor, of Sagi- day evening. e three shot guns, I 'fa.l,e Folc)' Honey and Tar Compound for an inclamcd and congested one double set of harness, 2 sets single naw, Ala. What Dr, King's New DisFoley Cathartic Tablets are erfVireTy covery did for these men, it will do condition of the air passages anil bron- harness, farming implements, gardenchial tubes. A cidd develops quickly ing tools, carpenter tools. Also 50 for you. Dr. Kng's New Discovery effective, thoroughly cleansing and it- - i should be in every home. Stops hack- ways pleasant in action. They h- , if not checked and bronchitis, lagrippe bales of straw, one sow-- and four nice ing coughs, relieves lagrippe and all tain blue flag, are a remedy ferjeff and pneumonia are dangerous Money stipation and sluggish liver.. h4'l-.'- . throat and lung ailments. Harsh racking couuhs weak- shouts. back if it fails. All druggists. Price tonic to the bowels, which art insprji Honey and en the s.vsleni, but Fole) Terms of Sale. Cath in hand. ed by their ue. Try them. , TW Tar is safe, pure and. certain, in re- A. C. LNNCASTER, Hustonville, Ky. 50c and $1 H. F. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia not fail to give reliel and satitfMHM. sults. Contains no opiates, For sale 1 o'clock sharp. 2J-- 2 Sale begins at For sale by alt druggists, or St. Louis, : by all druggist. MISS LUCY SIMPSON DIED Cutt Robinson Helps His Brother A dispatch from Washington this week said that C A. Robinson, Sheriff of Garrard county, and brother of T, B. Robinson, made a pica to Senator James to agree to withdraw his oppo. sitlon to the lattcr's appointment as postmaster at Lancaster. Robinson pointed out that his brother, In a spell of melancholy, due to fear that his candidacy might not be successful, had stabbed himself in the throat while en route home. Robinson said Ins broth- I cr is recovering and the news of the withdrawal of opposition by the Sena- tor would aid recovery, Mr. James told Representative Helm and Sheriff Robinson that the lattcrs plea had made a strong impression on him. t.c Well-know- Lib-ert- see-in- s cr one-ha- lf - - l)s. -- jJ i lc n. ;l :i s -- - ' , ' , - com-plexi- 2.1-t- s rnil u, n. t r of, ' , two-hors- -- r" V . .'J i- - s.! -? t?i 1MB INTERIOR JOOKWAL THICK, OLOSSY HAIR PRKK FROM DANDRUFF STAWTOKD, KKMTPCKY. FRIDAY, MAKCH M, 1914 Oirtsl Beautify Yout Halrl Makt It Soft, Fluffy and Luxuriant Try as you will, after an application of Danderine, you cannot find a single trace ot tianuruw or tailing luir and your scalp will not itch, Imt what will jlrae you most, will be after a few weeks use when jou ter hair, line and downy at first yes hut really new hair growing all oer the scalp. A little Danderine immediately dou bles the beauty of your hair. No dif ference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully it draw through jour hair, taking one small Strang at a time. Die effect is immediate and amaiing your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance of abundance; an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drop- store or toil- ca counter, and proe that your hair is as pretty and soft as any that it has been neglected or injured by care less treatment that's all. Crab Orchard The play gotten up by Mrs. Caltha ftcwland lor the benefit ot the Mis siouary fund of the Christian church, icinu success considering tin very short lime she had for prepara tion. Mrs. W. K. Perkins went to MareU burg this week to visit an undc who has been sick for a lone time. Mr. and Mrs James Guest are in Louisville with their dauKhter. Mrs, Gill Boyle who will moe to Chicago soon to live. Mm Clara Collier has returned from a delightful visit to her brother's fain ily in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tatem have re turned from a pleasant visit to rela tives in Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Manuel, Jr., Switch, are with his father's ot family for a short stav. Rev. Galibard preached an excellent sermon to an appreciative crowd bun day morning and evening. Miss Anna Hutchinson has been sick for several days, but is better. Mrs. Elizabeth Barker has about recovered from her sick spell, and has nvned into the home of Mrs. Jennie Walk-Ove- r Nettlet on for styles hardly The new spring stock-n- ew dry from the machine in black and and regular tops button and lace-- in many style toes and heels and widths. tan-Oxf- ords for comfort-Sho- es At once you see these familiar names and you think of SHOES-Sho- cs style-Sh- oes to make a dollar in. They are in our shelves ready to show you. l HI' 11 t f fl iw CpC Y N WALK-OVER--$3.5- 0, $4, $4.50 and $5 a pair ir ft very few may feel some hesitancy about coming to our store to look. Don't hesitate. Come and look at our new models of Some men possibly a colors and styles, the NETTLETONS-a- ll price, $6.00. Come inside and handle them one -f- eel the life in the leather, and you will not wonder why they wear longer than other makes H. J. McROBERTS jSegflU? If II COMMISSIONER'S SALE Elibcrl Flounce etc., Plff. Notice of Sale s Lmie Flounce etc., Defts. Pursuant to a judgment of the Liny coln circuit court, rendered at the 1914 term, the undersigned will on. Monday, April 13th, 1914 at o'clock P M- - in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offrr for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following described real estate in Lincoln county on Hurricane Creek, bounded oil the west b Jarrett Johnson, north by Wm. Kice, east by Howard and ilrnnctt lands, on south of Dennett and county road containing 134 acres more or lcs. Purchaser to execute bond with six per cent interest, due and payable six months from date, with approved security and lien on property with force and effect of judgment. March 19th 1914. Feb-ruar1 2J-3- F Adler's Collegian Clothes for you'll not be urged to buy. There is a certain indescribable quality to our clothes which has to 'be seen to be appreciated, and we want you to have a look. Then, if you choose to make a wish il Leave your purse at home if you trael the False the True selection, all well and good. But ber there'll be no forcing. remem- nH C114 or grown-ap PINE-TAR-IIONET E Still Going At Cost Our entire stock of spring clothing is still being closed out at cost. This is a money saving proposition for you. Come, pick your spring suit while you can get your size. H. J. McROBERTS MSsBMthes and Seethes" 11 II Sort CKANfir UCTCAUX. tbtr i Stantord, Kentucky The Interior Journal U. SAUfLEY Proprietor IN ADVANCE I deem it unnecessary to go into detail as to my position on various matters BHKLTON I A TEAtt UC0H3 tmillTl.Y tht Enttrrd illit t Mill BllUt. potoif it Stanford w A CARD TO THE PEOPtE OP LINCOLN COUNTY Stanford; Ky., March 20. The session of the legislature to which you elected me to represent you has just ended at Frankfort, and I take this means to give you an account of my stewardship of the trust that you r Es. I E if R-..- ' IBS. reposed in me. When the session began, Dulin Moss, a nmminpnt newsnaner man of Frank- fort,' was engaged to write for the I. J., a letter from Frankfort, detailing than legislative proceedings of more ordinary interest and I believe that he has kept tha people of this, county fairly well informed as to what I hae been tring to do for them as their representative. As he stated in one of his recent letters to the J. J., I devoted my chief interest to obtaining a change in the road law, having found that there was an insistent demand for such a change, during my two canvasses of the county. This bill was enacted into law, and unless vetoed by imthe governor, which is entirely probable, will soon place the selection of the system under which the roads of the county may be conducted direct ly into the hands of the fiscal court. As chairman of the House Committee on Appropriations, I had some small part in the record that the session just ended made, of being the most economical session of a legislature held in Kentucky in the past 25 years. Only in cases of extreme emergency or abiolutr nccrity did I vote for any expenditure of the people's money. The 1912 session of the General Assembly of which I was not a member, appropriated over a million dollars of the taxpayers' money. The session just ended did not in all appropriate as much as 20,000. With one exception, every big appropriation bill was killed in the Appropriation Committee, and this bill excepted was killed on the floor of the House. ! of interest which came before the House. That has been stated, in great er or less detail, in these columns be fore. Suffice to say. that in every instance I voted for what I believed to be for the best interest and wcl fare of the people of Lincoln county, regardless of any other considerations, and as I believed that you would have had me vote were you there and cog nizant of conditions and circumstances, it is probable that I made mistakes who dots not? Rut, if so, they were mistakes of judgment; mistakes of the head and not of the heart, for I hon estiy tried to do what 1 thought you wanted me to, and it is with this assurance that I return home to you, welcomine the closest scrutiny of what I did and tried to do as your member oi the Legislature of 1914. SH ELTON M. SAUFLEY. Notice to Contractors All persons who made successlul bids, and received contracts on the various turnpikes are required to execute bond before the County Judge, at a date not later than April 1, 1914. Those contracts for which no bond is executed by the date will be cancelled, 2J-- S and the work relet. E. D. PENNINGTON, Co. Enginer. aching, put those weary, d burning, bunion tortured feet of your in a "TIZ" bath. Your toes will wriggle with joy; they'll look up at jou and almost talk and then they'll take another dive in that "TIZ" bath. When your feet feel all tired out just try "Tiz." It's grand Your feet will dance with joy; no more pain in corns, c a o u s e nothing like and bunions. There'' "TIZ". It's the only remedy that draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up jour feet and cause foot torture. Get a box of "TIZ" at any drug or department store don't wait. Ah- - how glad )ou feet get; liow comfortable your shoes feel. You can wear shoes a size smaller it ou desire. shoc-crinke- d, 1 "Tiz" Eases Tired, Sore Swollen Feet Just take our shoes off and then nJUtio. huUas Uml liwMn-ua- t'a Mrs. Laura llleaton, of Richmond, is la Seoul u4 SnootM wltk a guest at the Springs. Dr. Bell's Mr. J. D. Willis is able to be out again after a serious illness. Mr. and Mrs. James Havs. Ir.. wi LtorrrCOMrTcrybodf hi lh family com I is u4 II fa. M rn move into the house with Mrs, Walker U II. Kootb end Smoott sad II deMl real soon. sc&titr. The farmers are welcomine the beau el rwTTjlM tttl hi. DR. KXfS tiful spring like weather of the last IKll ca IL Md i plctura ot "Oraair." tos. lew days and plowing is going on. Man) are preparing to put out large At AH Sn BUna. Bfe, Me ttOO E. D. PENNINGTON. M ciups oi tobacco tms year. "TellByTkeBeU" Crab Orchard is verv nroud of its "STANFORD OPERA HOUSE marshal, Mr. Ramsey, who is certainFriday Might, March 20. ly doing his duty in a most fearless "The Transgressor" and satisfactory way. He does not Hroncho excuse race, color or profession in the Feature film in two reel Matt Engleman Has Close Call lawnrcaktr. bo ou had better be Engleman, Matt the "His Crooked Career" careful how you conduct yourself in our little city, whose motto is. "Pcacr, Shelby City traveling salesman, had a "Largest lies: ever Ijuncbtd Side- close call upon his life near Parks wavs" Good Will, and Prosperity to All. Keystone Mr. Milfurd Garner, of Lancaster, ille when he was attempting to cross Split reel comedy. is with his mother and brothers, here the railroad. He had driven upon the Saturday, March 31st lor a iew days. railway track when a passenger train "The Seal of Silence Kay Dee Strong story told in 2 reels. Heavy fighting, with the rebels hard running at high speed approached, Mr. Engleman could clear the "The Modern Lochinvar Thanhouser pressed, was reported from Escalon One reel Comedy. track the train had struck his vehicle. Mexico, uu mues irom lorrcn. in a The hotse was instantly killed and the short message received at Jaurez. bupgy was torn to pieces. Mr. Engleman was hurled several feet and susRetired Georcia Planter's Keep coughing: that's one way. Advice To Kidney Sufferers tained many cuts and bruises but no Stop coughing: that's another. Regarding the wonderful curative injuries of a serious character. How To keep the cough : do nothing. I cannot merits of your Swamp-Roo- t. To stop the cough : Acer's Cherry say too much. After suffering sev- be escaped is a mystery. Danville Ad- -' Pectoral Sold for 70 years. I erely for three years or more with ocatc. Ash Your Doctor. c severe pains caused by weak kidneys, i was nnally induced to try bwamp-Rothrough a testimonial I read in one of the newspapers. I was in such Stanford, Ky., March 3, 1914. a condition that I was obliged to arise BROMLEY & BROMLEY, Agents from my bed six or eight times every night. 1 purchased a fifty-cebottle Stanford, Ky., and before it was used I felt so much GENTLEMEN: relief that 1 purchased a bottle and by the time this was taken Draft for accident claia filed wl th you a few days ago received, the old Dams had left mv back and I cuuiu siiiii me wnoie n Kin inrou&ii for which accept ray thanks. I was surprised and very much pleased to I am a retired planter, 70 years of age, get a check so quickly ind without the usual bother and red tape which and owing to Ur. Kilmers bwamp-Roo- t. I am in the best of health and so many companies male. For good life, health and feel like a boy. I am always clad to accident insurance recommend Swamp-Roo- t to those who your company can't be beat Very Truly yours, arc in need of it. Sincerely yours, C. E. USSERY, C. L COVER, Browersville, Ga. Personally appeared before me. this 8th day of September, 1909, C. E. Usury, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same is truth in substance and in fact. T. H. McLANE. Notary Public. uunn. Just oa CU.CC well-know- n ........ lie-fo- re COUGHING kS-frlf- J. F. Cummins, Opposite Court House ot nt one-doll- Clothing! Clothing!! Clothing!!! We have received by special contract, several hundred Men's Suits of the season's latest creations, made from fabrics, tailored by the best skilled workmen. 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 I Letter to Dr. Kilmer Blnghamton, N. Y. Swamp-Ro- j & Co., Special Bargains uits--They I i K Save Your House and Money your house with paint that is clastic, clinching, lasting. Paint made from Weather-proof Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton.N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder, When writing, be sure and mention the Interior Journal. Reg sue bot and ular fifty-ceties for sale at all drug stores. Everybody goes to the opera house, ot one-doll- ar Prove What OnMen's SprirgS up-to-date, are WE SELL THE BEST CLOTHING COME AND SAVE THE DOLLARS. high-gra- de and and tailor-mad-e, and we can fit any one. Serge suits in all the popular colors and in sizes all-wo- ol Robinson's Stanford, Kentucky Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, March 4, 1914 - $358,484.97 Loans U.S. and Lincoln County Bonds 132,500.00 Banking House and Fixtures 6,500.00 Due from Banks - - - 31,225 23 Cash to fit at from COMMISSIONER'S SALE G. A. Alford etc., Plff. Anchor White Lead (Outcai Boy Painter TraJe Mark) w and pure linseed oil will protect your house arid sayc repair bills because it has- those qualities. It will beautify your home, for it can be tinted to suit your taste - and your house's surroundings. copy now. Our Owner's Painting Guide will htlp you In color selection, besides giving many pais truths. Oct your -- Penny's Drug Store STANFORD, $y. . iJ . -- . Notice of Sale vs A. J. Alford, etc., Defts. n Pursuant to a judgment of the circuit court entered at this February 1914 term the undersigned commissioner will on Monday, April 13, 1914 at I o'clock P. M. in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the following described real estate in Lin. coin county, Ky., on waters of Green River : 1st of an acre bounded generally on the north by Jno. Walls on the west by J. D. Yocuin on the east by turnpike. 2nd. Nineteen acres' bounded generally on the north by A. J. Alford on the east by County road on Ihc west by ftfllioad on south by Gias. SItidcr. Said parcels to be sold separately. Purchaser to execute bond, due in six months,, with interest at 6 per cent per annum until paid, with approved surety, a lien retained on laud, notice having force and effect of a judgment March 19th 1914. H. I). M. C. L. C. C G. D. Florence Ally for Plff. J. T Chandler, Auctioneer Lin-odThree-quarte- 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 Come in "Honor Roll Bank" KfcSUUKCfcS: Condensed Report of LIABILITIES: Capital Surplus and Profits Circulation Bills Payable Deposits -- $100,000.00 107,639.01 100,000.00 NONE 221,071.19 $528,710.20 Bargain Store SALEM $528,710.20 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK tSSSffi. ww. Good Farm Wagon or Field or Garden Seed Go To Opposite Court House When you want A Bran New Line of Dress Ginghams T. D. Newland STANFORD, KY. at L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. A r ifrw iar- - rpv THE INTERIOR JOURNAL fr, G. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914 (. Perry and his mother and his ' grandmother, Mm. J. V. Govcr, and placed in a hospital to await an opera lion that will probably follow in a day M!7stWlaalHiKi, ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health or so. Mr and Mrs. W K. Shugars. Mr Arch Mrllobrrts and Mr llallcy, motored from Stanford, Sunday afternoon and were the guests of the Misses Shugars on Woodland avenue. Mrs. Carrie Davidson, of Lancaster, has re. turned to her home afler spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Z, T Rice. Richmond Climax. WSWA Is WriSBM and Saves Money and Makes Better Food PERSONAL and SOCIAL M Idred Sluw, of Mi crsailles, lus rcniriKil home afler a visit to Mrs. V a in Danville J Mrv Mary Welch Williams Tuesday Mrs. Wilbur Good, of Winchester, Gctkc Ncwlanil u aide to lie out has been here several days with relaaflrr ctcral ilat' illncjv tive, and friends. ,, Or. J l; l'c)ton ami li. J. Ilrown Mrs J. C Kuh.inks, has relumed have returned from l'liiladelphia. home afler a visit In relative and I cms, of Hull Hun. Ore, is . IMm.ii friends at Lancaster. litre titiiii5 rclatitn and friend. Mi Cordie Miracle, of I'lrasant Mr. and Mr. Logan McCatl lime Point, is here with her cousin, Mrs. II taken jixmu at Mr. A. I' Itunn't. C Hurst at Mason's Gap. Oti Xcwlatnl, of Ilunijiilc, s the Waller Singleton, of Louisville, ol lii lirotlicr. Owlcy .N'cwl.iinl. ticlt vnt Sin. day with his parents, Supt, J. W Sweeney, of l.ancaster wat Garland Sinijlcton and wife. f. here Tuciiiay for a thort time on Mrv A. W Carpenter left Tuesday Mr. Cleveland Rote, of Lancaster, for a visit to Mr. Joseph McAlister at is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Belle Wav Miss Danville Advocate Mrs. Joan Hall, of Lancaster, has 1'erktn. Mill Effie Ware has been absent returned home after a visit to her ' Irom cnool several days on account daughter, Mrs. Motion Campbell. W J Tith. who rr.s been in fht St. of Hhicij. J.stp.i lufitnury at Louisville, has Miss Laura Carpenter, of near is the guest of her sister, Mrs. c'urr.ed hi me and is itreally improved Mrs James Yowell, of llustonville, Robert Salter J. I). Hads, of Crestwood, was the lias returned home, afler a visit to Kitcil of his ton, Alfred Eads a few her parrnw, Mr and Mrs. Mitchell Taylor, at Danville day last week. Mr. and Mrs R. A Asbury, of Eliza, Mrs W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, Ga., bt'thtovvu, Trnn., have moved to Litand Miss Jennie Duncan, of Lan.cas tle Rock, Ark., where Mr. Asbury is to.,, are the guests of Mrs. Charlotte general manager of the National Aux Warren ite Co. Miii Margaret Rout, of near Mrs. M. K Stults, of Paducah, was llustonville, has returned home after the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. K. a virit t Mrs. Ilettie Droaddus, out on Warner Wednesday. She went from the Danville piVe heie to Lancaster to visit relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs. J. C, Eubauks and little daughter, and Mrs. Ilellc Perkins, all ol Stanford, motored over on &iintlav to visit Mr and Mrs Ed PerkinsJessamine lournal ioitKs. BortNa. CALM. BRUISES. Mr J. Raymond llaselden and famciurren HAND ldridgc, Mr Rog ily. Mrs. Katherine ADi.ir.TEmJ. busi-nciHui-ttmitl- e, Got Any DEFECTS? p. imJ! tMI II' B4 rwf ll t. fI1r wl to ca. I Tk.ni.UU. Man uxJ k a ! ECZUUT OH. BILL'S Antiseptic Salve and If II It U mow vhita in4 tnow pur l nir tnoo.r tutu Ik. aa'l "T.lt It Dr TJi B.U" wk, vtfcv-fc--v'v'k.,- -J Aldridgc. of I.A Prvor, Texas., spent Sunday with Mr II D. Aldridgc and Mrs. Aldridgc son of Mr Karl, the cight-- y ear-oland Mrs C E llovver. of this city was taken to Lexington Wednesday by Dr. Ci d Cedar Creek We are having sonic cold weather at this writing. Rev. John filled his regular appointment Saturday night and Sunday with a large crowd present. There will be singing at Pine Grove church Saturday night. Hope to sec a larger crowd Mrs. Cynthia James is visiting her sister, Miss Martha Denny, Mr. Coy Mallard was in Crab Orchard Saturday having some dental work done. Misses Anna and Margaret Adams, gave a nice party last Monday night. Probably nothing Is more popular All the girls and boys reported a spirit, with physicians for just micIi condiil time ditions than Scott's Emulsion. Dolton Manuel, Edd Turnhtill and Avoid substitutes called "wines", Tuesday night Luther Hron left here "extracts" or "active principles" for Illinois they are not coil liver oil Mrs; Jennie Manuel and her little son, Kphraim visited her grandmother Inaiat on the genuine Scott's and aunt, Mrs. Henry Woods Saturday ATAHY ORUaSTORC night and Sunday. m. him Miss Cleada Kidd and Miss. Grace Patlari' were the guests of Miss Anna Pleasant Point Adams Sunday. Mrs. 1'inilj Caldwell died a,t the Mrs. Heckle Kidd is very sick at this writing. home of her daughter, Mrs. C Drown Mr K P. Manuel is suffering from on March 8th at J P. M., aged 75 Krip. scars, Deceased was a member of the Mr. James Griffin gave an dance Saturday night. All re llaptist church and had lived a good Christian life She was ever gentle and ported a gootl tunc '.. . .1... si ..us. r .... a.i . .. .. .""- - . Kinil to all Willi whom she came in uwKt 0f.rSG.CM,laam,;ir;o.d,hi;1ephone -'-; sympathy is fel, for 'caved ones. to Mr. Ivin Dutt. j J. T. Broun is on the sick list. ColUpe Hall at Wellcslcy College,' Mrs. Joseph Jenkins is slowly Mass.. isms burned this week, i prmjK atCr an attack of nervott Nunr of ll,r 250 students and 100 oth- prostrations. er p Tvitih. im ud'ni; me from Louis-villC. Jeffries is suffering with la grippe and Kentucky, was injured. Quite a number attended C. L. Hcns-le.v- 's sale on Saturday, March 14. A large crowd was present at SunFALLING HAIR AND ITCHING SCALP day school at the llaptist church here, Sunday and much interest manifested Entirely Needless Use Parisian Sage An impressive talk was made by Rev. Wilt Murphy It Quickly Removes Dandruff Misses Cora and Dora Alford enterYonr Head Feels Fine tained a few friends Monday evening. Now that Parisian Sage can be had Interesting games were played and deat any drug store or toilet counter, it licious refreshments served. At a late is certainlv needless to have thin. brit. j imiif the suv!. dsMrtid. i Iiom; (McN tie. matted hair, stringy or faded hair Maude Ilrown eill werv. Mioses Tin liftur .intifrtitli tl,,- - luir hiit.' badly it is falling, or liow much dan- - Maymc binglcton, Florence. Grace and Ethel druff. use Parisian Sage it is all that . Stella Walls, Maggie Hnrton, One application removes I Hoguc, Ada Ilrown, Ada Mitchell, is needed. dandruff, the hair roots are nojrishcJ Eilzaicth Dje and Margaret Routon. am) ...m-jht-'"h-t Messrs Oliver James and Jesse Uou- 'r-ins scalp and falling hair cease. your. ton. Craig Hortoti, Russell Thompson. it,- - h.ir I.- -U fin.. hull It..t .f all. and I Charles Drown, Eugene Wall Prof. becomes vft, fluffy, abundant radiant with life and beauty. Davis, Charles Alford and J. L. You will be surprised and delighted )f Danville. with Parisian Sage. Try at least one Messrs. Walls and Dtinlap bought a fifty-cebottle. G. L. Penny will refund your money if vou are not satis- fine jack from J. L. Jones of Elihu. Ky. fied. Look for the trade mark "The girl Mr. Oliver Routon an employe on the with the auburn hair" accept no oth- C. I, & L., railroad in Lafavcttc, Ind., er. is spending a fortnight with his parents here. Miss Ethel Hoguc has returned to her home after a three weeks' stay in It NATURE'S Waynesburg. Ditinlectant. Miss Edna Childress spent several days with her cousin, Mrs. A. G. Dun that lumtJ-u- f BIU mni ntMt I yrarllla r nllani. HUt4IU lap. LkuUtm 49 act Uuch Um LIVER. Miss Margaret Routon, of Lexington r4hTDIa (nT AppU KhO (ritw PoDolax U PeiwhTlIin with tU is the attractive guest of friends and Ukw ut- relatives here Try Rev. Singleton and wife were out automobiling Sunday afternoon. W. O. Dav is, of Dayton. O., is spending a few days with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. C Prewitt en-erIJ-- just na trying and VW important as vour nun and perhaps more tedious but Ii htr strength at great? Women who arc nervous and fretful and easily fatigued prompt-l- y gain strength and natural by taking Scott's Etnublon aftcrmcalslvcrausc it it oscnt'nlly nourishment not n drug that stupefies or alcohol that stimulates there is pure, rich medical nourishment in every dr6p which nature appiopriatcs to enrich the blood and upbuild the latent forces of the body. Work Wife' V. P. Milbcell, wife and daughter were the guests of Mrs. Wm. Dye on Sundav. Mi James Routon, of Oklahoma City Okl.i., after an absence of six j cars, Is spending a few weeks with homefolks, Mr Will N'cwman, of Peru, Ind, is viiftinu Mr. and Mrs, Jas. Horner Mr John Faulkner spent Sunday with his family here. Mr and Mrs. E. G, dilliland and family were the pleasant guests ot Mr and Mrs. W G Routon Sunday. Mr. S W. Leach is convalescing af ter a very severe attack of la grippe Mr, Jessie Routon, of Cincinnati, is spending a few days with homefolks CATARRH OF THE THROAT It Liikh Ii PrriMt Catirrhil Dcafitss CLARENCE BOWMAN. tial loss of hearing Is apt to be ovor. looked. A person may lose half his hearing beforo he knows It For Instance, suppose a man can hear his watch four feet from the ear. If he loses hlfl hearing to tho extent that he can only hear the tick of his watch two feet from tho car he may not suspect It at all. His hearing Is good enough for ordinary purposes. He goes on without tho slightest suspicion that he Is losing his hearing. He may have ringing In the ear. or cracking and snapping; sounds In tho ear, or a feeling of pressure In the ear, but he Is not awaro that ho Is losing hla hearing. Testing tha Hearing. It Is a good thing to test your hearing with a watch. First hold the watch against your ear, then move It gradually away from the ear end see how far away from tho watch you can actually hear It tick. Try it on the other sldo and see If both ears are alike. If you find that you ore unablo to hear the watch on both side alike and at a dlstanco of four feet from the ear, you may know that deafness has already begun. Tou should begin taking Peruna at once. Gargle the throat with cold, strong salt water, as directed In the "Ills of Life," sent free by Peruna Co., Columbus, Ohio, rcrstst tn this treatment until a euro Is effected. Tha Best Way to Gargle. Sometimes catarrh of the nasal pharyngeal space will eaune an of secretions In tho throat, that completely fill the space. Unless these secretions aro promptly removed by frequent gargling polypi may bo formed. Onco formed tho polypi or ndenolds, as they are sometimes called, will requlro a long time with the gargling to remove. Gar-gllnccordlng to tho proper method will sometimes remove polypi or ade noids, and no surgical operation Is required. In order to understand exactly what Is meant by proper gargling send for a free copy of the "Ills of Life." During the whole course of gargling Peruna must bo taken according to directions on the bottle. Peoeta who object to liquid medi cines can now obtain Peruna Tablets, lattiMBlHBM txlB nmggja '"" "" .... c Waynesburg Revs. R A. Ilarnes and J. It, Jones began a series of meetings at this place Sunday Mr. J, M. Reynolds was in Cincin n.tti last week. Messrs, Will Warrincr and Roy Sin gleton attended the II. V. P. t'. at Pleasant Point Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Record and little son, Carl returned to their home in Lexington Sunday, after spending few davs with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Derry Durleson and little Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Tolbcrt Curtis and Miss Dora Kidd attended the birthday dinner at Mr. John Leach's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoc Whrelduti visited their parents near (). K. Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Caldwell and little daughter. Crystal visited at Mr, A C. Muncie's Saturday night and Sunday. Messrs. Oscar Reynold and Waller Estcs attendeil the burial of Mrs. Coc Mocr a.t Stanford Saturday. Mr. T S. Reynolds bought J. T. Hor. ton's scda fountain and groceries for JJ9J. Miss Mary Warrincr has been sick with yellow jaundice but is better at th's writing. Mr. M. D McKinic. of Danville. A Cat of Catarrhal Daafnasa. Mra. Wm. Bowman, R. F. D. 1, Coon Itaptdi, Iowa, writes: "Homo time ago I wrote you about my little boy, Clarence, five yeara of aire. Ho was troubled with hla ears. They were very aensltlve to the touch, and he was quite deaf at times. He seemed to be worse after catching cold. I had taken him to dortnrn, hut they did not seem to be nble to relieve him, and I was very much afraid he would lose his hearing entirely. He was Batting; morn deaf every day. "I wrote to you for advice, and you prescribed Poruna. I began Riving; It to htm, and can now say that he Is entirely cured. He Is now well and hearty and can hear perfectly." Catarrh Causaa Many Diseases. Many diseases are caused by taking cold. A cold Is very likely to settle In the nose, causing; nasal catarrh. It may settle In the upper part of the throat, called the nasal pharyngeal space. In this spaco arc two llttlo tubes called eustachian tubes, that lead to the middle car. If the catarrh settles In the pharyngeal spaco It may follow the mucous membmno through tho eustachian tubes Into the tnlddlo car. If it does It will cause noises In the ear, and later on bo Euro to cause deafness. Catarrh of the throat may follow the eustachian tubes up Into the mid die car without causing much concern on the part of the patient. The par sw !'". 1 Mrs. Hurt Falls from Train Mrs. Mar Hurt, of Silver Creek, Madison county, in some unknown Sevmour McMullin at a fancy price. Mrs. Rice Pitman and son. Fred at- manner fell from the L. & N., train at the Mation at Richmond Wednesday, tended church here Sunday. Mr Marine Wheeler, of Danville, is and was badly injured. She was taken visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. to the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary and it will only be a question of a short time II Wheeler. Mr Ira Lee came up from Somerset until she will be sufficiently recovered to be removed to her home. t.i rr Mi s .r.:.i Caldwell Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Singleton and little son. Surges Keith, motored to Watches, jewelry etc., the right Pleasant Point and King's Mountain kind and the riyht prices. W. H Sunday and visited relatives. Mr. R. Curtis was in Ottenhetm and Mueller. Highland Sunday. Mr. tf lirie.Sundaj. '. T. Hnrton bought a horje of T S, Reynolds and a colt from waS Paris Man Dies at Knoxville Capt. Frank P Webb, one of the oldest conductors on the Kentucky Central Division of the L. & N., railroad died at Knoxville Monday morning. Capt. Webb was found dead in his room, at a hotel. Heart disease is supposed to have been the cause of his death. The body was taken to Paris for burial. He is survived by his wife, formerly Miss Cora Hums, of Kepton, Ky.. and a brother of Circuit Clerk F. P. Webb, of Paris. Capt. Webb was well known in this part of the state. -- i j 4 Tct-term- Fire at Harrodsburg The burning of the Presbyterian parsonage, at Harrodsburg occasioned a heavy loss to the Rev. J. G. Hunter, pastor emeritus, who on leaving the parsonage left his household belongings and library. The most irreparable loss to both the pastors, Drs. McLcod and Hunter, was the destruction of their sermons in manuscript as of sermons by Dr. Hunter and all of Dr. McLcod's were consumed. Plain Truth That's Worth Money Using Foley's Honey and Tar for a cough or cold may save vou hollr sick ness and money. F. F. Monahan, ways fixes me up in good shape when Menomonie, Wis., says: "I am exposed to all kinds of weather and I find Folev's Honey and Tar Compound al-- I catch soldor have a bad cough. I recommend it gladly." Refuse substiFor sale by all druggists. tutes D. D. 1). In Hospitals; Standard Skin Cure J-ia -'- tl BILE Tht forty-year- s if. How many hospital patients, sufferwrites "D. I. D. Is superior to anying the frlKhtrul Itch, the rnw scorchthing I have ever found. Soft ing pain of skin disease, have been soothing, yet a powerful agent." and roothed to sleep by a soothing fluid To do tho work. D. U. D. Prescripwashed In by the nurse's hands? tion must bo applied according to That fluid Is tho famous D. D. D. directions given in the pamphlet prescription for eczema. around every bottle. Follow theso diTHE BUPTBVISIUO KUBSB of ono rections und see! f our prominent Catholic institutions And it certainly takes away tho Itch (namo of nurse and Institute on appliat once the moment the liquid Is apcation), writes regarding a patient. plied. The skin Is pnnthm calmed "Tho (Usea&e had eaten her cychrows so thoroughly refreshed delightfully nvvay. Her nose and lips had become coo!,!. W. ..0 ueO C u.I.u her .hIw. eebrowa are Rronlnir, her noso Ml druggists of standing have the and face have assumed their natural famous specllic as well as tho efficient expression," l. D. D. Skin Soap. How many eczema sufferers are pay. But we are so confident of the mering their doctors for rccular treat-rneof this prescription that wo wilt and are belntr treated with this its refund the purchase price of the first same soothing, healing fluid? full blzo bottlo If it falls to reach SB. GEO. T. SICKABSSOir frankly your cato. Vou alone aro to Judge, SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. l. i. nt Get Ready For Spring Spring weather will be on us in a few days. Are you ready for it? We have the new SPRING TOGS that you will like so much. The marked change in styles is refreshing, getting away from the plainness of former seasons to the ruffles and frills like grandma wore when she was a girl. You will say NO, at first sight, but when you notice the graceful lines and the dainty touches of color and lace here and there, you will agree with the style originator. They are quite suited to feminine attire. Come in and look at our selections. . I V" .11 M ?i Suits that is so much in demand. Loose-fitting- , draped styles are the real thing. We show all the new models in Crepes, Moires, Poplins and Serges, at Spring Coats The creators of pretly styles have e fairly themselves in the making of pretty Spring Coats. See the new Balmaccan and Fluffy Ruffles Coats. Materials are fancy mixtures, Crepes, Moires and Serge. Price out-don- Skirts Skirts are again the vogue, and the styles are different and very pretty. The models are the draped skirt, the tierd skirt, the fluffy ruffles skirt, the peg top skirt. They come in plain and plaid materials. Price You Can Be n .a: r "4x It is the dressy suit, this season, Sure greatest markets of the country and we bring to your door only those things that HAVE FASHIONS STAMP OF APPROVAL. at this store, as our buyer visited the you are getting the correct thing $10 to $35 $5 to $20 $4 to $12 Stanford, SEVERANCE & SON Kentucky ,.: 4- - THR INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914 For Rent--A City Conveniences For Country Homes under prendre expense by intallinj a Hooiler Pnenmatic Water Supply System. Think what it would mean to every member of your family to hare hot and cold running water in the kitchen, bath room and laundry: how much time and work it would save to have it piped to stock tank, utables and other points about the premises. You can of rnnnlng wafer hre allinthe advantageawithout anyireatc yonr home Z-J-fy, Cottage on Lower Main Street. "CASCARF.TS- - RELIEVE SICK, SOUR STOMACH --fQntf Mr rtll'TM ntitaraatlaa, Por Mni- M Ifeiirl;U, IlKtu'lio, llradMli initm M ktl ralaa. our monay bark "J1 '" Ta kwl IbbJ anr atha In tor pan l Ulrtn nlnritr .lima. J'rio At Alt Drugging rr nnrto uA rlrtaur aa' iiiiwl. m BOVRSON REMEDY CMP MY, M 341 last Mils w". tsHmi.Kf. Adam Pence BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint Boon cracks and peels and is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have n irunrnnlco of hluhcst quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but ofT, el, it ("' " Move Acids, Gases and Cloj--eFrom Liver and Bowels Get ,i lx d Waste i That awful sourness, belching of acid and foul gases, that p.tiu in the pit of the stomach, the heartburn, nervousness, nati-eMoating after eating, dirtiness and sick headache, means a a, now FARM AND STOCK pair of NEWS fivc-jca- Hoosier Pneumatic Water Supply Cl planned separately to exactly meet the conditions under which they must operate. They may be inetpen-"sively installed in old or new buildings. Come in and let ns help you plan your system now, or write or phone and we will call, take measure nients and quote you prices. Yon owe it to CTery member of your family to do away with the drudgery of pumping and carrying water, so act on this matter now. ! iVsIMl.la9 Hooalcr Paeumatlc Water Supply Sjratema can be operated by baad, tvlnd-mit- t, gaaollne englae or electric motor. Heating and Plumbing well-knofour-jear-o- ld WARNER (a BOWER, -:- JJ-- I hor.c mules Ur Hugh Heid. Tolhc Young, of North Middli'touu, liought of Kr.tnk Sledd, of Hourbon, a driving horse for $150. Jas, Robbius, of near Little Rock, sold to Tollic Noting, of lUmrbou cnuii tj a number one milk cow for $fl. VNmi r old - Stanford, Ky. d Cowan & Dunn, of the West Knd sold to Allen & Co, of Hustonvillc, II head of fat, hogs at $7.05 per hundred. Guy Norton, of llojlc count y, sold to R. H Hutchinson, of Garrard coutt-ia five year old harness horse for disordered stomach, which cannot be regulated until you remove the cause It isn't your stomach's fault. Your stomach is as good as any Try Cascarcts; they immediately rlcan-the stomach, remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul gases: take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated wasw mailer and poison from the Niwels Then jour stomach trouble is ended. Cascaret tonight will sure straighten jou out by corning a Ihi from any drug store will keep jou stomach sweet; liver and bowels regular for mouths. Don't forget the children their little insides nerd a 2J-- 1 good, gentle cleansing ten). e nt Ami they will cost you 2."ft Iojs thnn other high gmdo brands. Tell u.i your taint nvcd.i today mid wo will cnu you our I'AIN I HUUK. It kIvcm prlct-- nml , oilier valuable Information. Silver Seal Paints Finithei, Stain and Varnishc fn: a Kentucky Paint MFg Company, tlncori'O'atAi) SU W. Market SI. LOUISVILLE, KY. v, A HIGH GRADE STALLION Jack For Sale TO THIS FARMERS. Wc a. in the . ' with black jack, A ChestMy high bred f I vc-- j car-olwn firm wool business for the white points, plenty of hone and ear, nut Sorrel! Stallion will make the Sea ol SpritiKdclil Woolen Mill Company, in good flesh, well hroke He has sou of 1914 at tuy barn on the old (jir Tcnn., and will pay proven himself a sure colt getter. Will of Sprint-fielgrounds at Hustonvillc, K He is K highest prices for same. Wc want oor sctl at a bargain. A. G. T. Smith, high weight 1,200 oiinds. He D. Stanford, Kout 2, Box 121, Danville lumU trade. Sec us lieforc you sell. J. will serve a limited number of marcs had & Son, Alfred, Stanford, Ky. 20-Telephone, 118 2 rings. at $15 to insure a living colt, season due when marc is parted with, or leaving the county This stallion is by Ashland Hrook and out of a standard bred trotting marc. He has procn to be a great breeder, having his colts to show for him. His colts all are saddle colts, with good ;tle and action. Call and sec a good horse before breeding '" aaaaf aCEftiaV.- ' V time conies. 7aTaTrt 4 - VS. V. II. Utirton. of Lancaster, JiKHiH Sim HHPHLHuPf . Can bBHH3lhMuc9' atn3SSBBBBBVW."K opei-atf. He. Grasselli Spray Products on hand at .ySsHHnCM otter. a txtiit Make the Old Orchard Pay by spraying1 Jt vitU W. II. IMS will also stand the great mule jack, Jim Reed, the well known mule jack-bthe old jack of Jim Reed's. Having sold his colts at $100 at weaning time and is a fine breeder, having colts to show for him here. He has a large bone and his colts have good bone and style. He will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. Money due when mare is parted with or left the county. 1 Jim Retd 11. V. LEIGH, Masons' Meeting Lodc No. 60 F. a A. Uhe y.r cn Spray Pump Standard I used the above pro- H KiitaBLKafl I haa roWHnWMP Rcachrs the tnpmnut branches of tmund. fcSht trrt- - the mm ikt on You dratroy pest jrour RropeWneJ and ninLe the potato buss disappear over uliilit. Our fpecial krupviclc attachment enables you to pray field crops atfaitasyou (an araa. The btatHlard Spray Pump will whitewash your farm bultillugs, dUIufect your cincKeu coops and aptayyoiirnve stock with sanitary dip. M Drop In naTBHalfiiaWiPaM and lei us BSBa!aaaaBSB H show you afTlaliwaBBBBBBB! how It Br tssssssssssaaaai TssssssPsssssaarai works. J0V duct last year with wonderfully satisfactory reF. REID. sults. M., nrrU In Lincoln itaud communication on tach firftt and tbird nights ot each month at 7 o'clock In Mindar tVIr nail on Main itirct, BtanforL Kjr. Mentors of aUttr lodgca fraternally Invited to t prrvnt J. W. 1KKLAND. Bt'r. Have you tried this wonderful product? tfmmk wmm IF NOT Wky Not? W. H. HIGG1NS VULCAN TO THE PUBLIC represent the largest and best clothing house in this countryEd V. Price & Co., Chicago. III. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give be jour order I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of jour money, either in the cheaper grades or the higher priced. My spring line of samples are now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. ROPLEY, The Practical Tailor. I made-or-ord- er .nhnlnlstrator of James II Caiter, will on Saturdaj, March 21, V)U at hiv late residence at Hall's dap, five tmlrs from Stanford, sell at public auction the personal propertj of which he N)ssesscd consisting principally of a pair of marc mules, one COMMISSIONER'S SALE aged m.tre, 8 head stock hogs, four I'.umlcy Products Co.. VUt milk one Jersey bull, Jersey heifNotice of Sale s er, one calf, about lo barrels of corn Win. Gutman Defts. stack of straw, mower, hay rake, wheat Pursuant to an order of the Lincoln drill, roller harrow, cultivators, plows, log chains, ct blacksmith tools, spring circuit court, made at its Frhruary wagon, 1 horse wagon, copper still 10 term 1914, the unrdrsifnrd will on Tuesday, Match 31, 19M barrel capacit), lot of tobacco sticks, o'clock V. M , on the farm of J. at 16 guineas, about 75 chickens, iron Mill sold 70 head of 1,000 pound cat-tsafe, (Hall's) 5 barrels cider, power II. ilroiiKhton, near lloldam's Money to loan on easy terms. (where Gciscr'. enDanville, for to Mitchell Taylor, of corn crusher, lot of empty barrels, two Lincoln county, Bromley & Bromley, Stanford, Ky. is) offer fur alc at pulilic cvcn cents per pound. They were shares of State Hank Trust Co, and gine now fed cattle. many other things too numerous to outcry to the hihe.t anil hest bidder, Or Craig will be in Sun ford this One the following described property Sam Castello, one of Lincoln conn. mention. 16 horse Ij'j. best farmers, who lives out on the week. Those who need glasses should )wer Ceiscr engine, one 1C Terms will be made on day of sale f )vanville pike delivered this week to call at once horse power boiler, one sawing outfit J T Chandler, Auctioneer Whitehousc & Johnson, stock dealers complete with saw- and belt to make II PAXTON. A.Imr. .'1-J of gras; land. rOU RENT A of Boyle count), 455 head of 1,200 ib. complete mill. This sale made to satbarn, about twenty fruit trees on it, isfy judgment for $250, with interest tattle at $8 a hundred. Thomas McClintock, of Millersburg, water, also a .eparatr stable. Mrs Mat and costs. Said sale made on a credit tf Fr9mjil -' m, Calls r pur sold Monday to Anderson liogic, of ut intrt: ttHMiiua, (.uii.M-- ti Day NieM Montgomery county, two care mules chasers to execute bond pasahle In U. The Molcr llarbcr College, of and one horse mule for $(515. Commissioner, bearing interest of 0 per Stirman and Lee Robertson, of Mc- 4th avenue, Cincinnati, O., wants men cent, from date until paid, with good effect of Lean county, purchased of W A. to learn llarlcr trade. They offer a Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist surety, having Ihe force and property. on Tbomason, of Hoiirlon, this week ai splendid inducement and a short term Office Phone 194; Residence 204 a judgment, lien retained imupiclcs. Tiiej mail fi biautifu! Tliis MjkIi 2, 1914. pair ot mules at J.v STANFORD, .: KENTUCKY V D PENNINGTON. M C I. CC For Sale. One jack 8 years old, catalogue and ask all our readers to black with white points, fine breeder send for it and colts sell high Four Shetlands, LOST Net's een Paul Jesse's shop 2 marcs and 2 horses, two broke to drive, stock of hardware and mixed and Hustonvillc, a casing belonging to STANFORD, KENTUCKY goods, will sell one or several to suit an automobile Return and receive $1 p purchaser Lock box Nil, Stanford. dewaid Will Kiffe, Hustonvillc 2J-- 3 Ky. FOR SALE. A small grocery and fixtures, good stand and good trade cai near depot in Rowland, Ky John II I 20-Higgins. liought U oftVr 4hm llnmlrl lh.tt.r llwar1 for arir of Fubanks & Hubble a car load of tfe of CnUrrb that rauimt - nirr.1 lit Halt (.'alarm llitr ctra fine mules at an average of $230 Wr, tin- i J r!iNi: a co.. s , o. un.lrMl-.i- l J, bur r 1. pel head. r for li: i lean auil brlltp him dam of Rex 1'cavinc, aged 3i 4rfrrtlj UrH.. In ail Lultiri trantarthda an,l rlriaDcUllr ahlr to rttty t'Ul an ctillfatlon died in Madison th" wetk She was mada L bit fnu NAT ll.VNK Of ri)HIKHCK owned by lames Hockaday, and was a lolnla, Ohlu. I rood marc day. in her Ilaira Cut mli Oiri- ' tnlrn Inlrraallr arlluc rrc.it fllr.i'ilr hmwi iiie ht.H.,1 and miinHia urfar of The number of horses on farms in lie atrm TrallnxHilaU mt frr ITk r the United States on January I, ')A. rtnla rr iMtllr Sll hr all tinucl'ta. a I'arutlj- I'l'la fur rwiatlcatloo. Talr Itall was 20,962,000. against 20,567,000 last j ear. 20,500,000 m 1912 ami 21U77.000 HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT i:i 1911. V M Rohb, of Clark count), purchased a car load of 95 fat hogs weigh- The People' Market Place Adver-tis- e ing from 100 to 200 pounds at $&15 What You Have to Sell He will ship them to per hundred. A new band plant setter, at V II. Cincinnati. Kiggius' Tobacco men should sec it Turncrs-viliJames McCormack. of near tTii.-da- How's This? ll koo-n- Public Sale I D.i'. -- Disordered Kldneyi Came Much Mlierjr With pain and misery by day, Muddcr wrkntss at night, tired, nervous and men and women everywhere are glad to know that Foley Kidney Tills restore health and .trenf;th, ami the action of kidneys and Madder sale hy all dniKsists. run-dow- n r - co, c. 1 ic 22-t- - tr.t 3 tui. Aniwirf ili tr Dr. John Cook, Y.S. ID. 2J-2- p FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1 i2--t- "Opportunity Stops Falling: Hair 4 u Hall's Hair Renewer certainly stops falling hair. No doubt about it what-eve- r. Yon will surely be satisfied. jcti owe for jour jour name on the Please send in at once the dollar that subscription and get next honor roll. j 1 II 1 I Ill i.znr" 35. PLOWS Erwr--v, 20NE of BOURBON POULTRY CURE down a chick's throat cures fapes, A few drops In the seeks the man with ready money. Prepare for his coming by opening an account Prepare Horses for Work li neceuary Afttra tuaBonnf romrarative ' ,r ? TRY THE ST: VULCA8 N ., -- ,31?BtaaaaaJLaaaaaaaaaaaf r if t y The Vulcan Plow Co., w. jV TLaBslPssssssssssssssaaw ucSEdi prevent cholera, diarrhoea One and other chick tiottle make 12 eallona of medicine At all druKglnts. Sample and booklet on Fowla" sent FREE. Wc rater cures and dlea. Xtf. Kc, SOe. $t.VO; ti lb. pail $3.00 will do this quicker, better and more rmnnmtcally than any other method, it act iiiritly on the orirana vital to health, helps ditrettibn and purl flee the LUaJ. Jtynnjc culta xA yearlinjri reed it too. Injure Urir and hHhy tn-iyour hvne of rhlrks-kur- p heelthr andprwturKvaiaitn lralt I'wallrr ltcaUtnr. Ww. M0 Qpntts, fcltr"a reliable tonic to put them Intu condition. TODAY Animal Regulator at this strong Bank." Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back Ctt re t U SUrtk FEEDS Kentucky, 404J. of Bourbon Ram4 c. Uiiartea, It 8 -- ; T s. . . " it M rtw, un m snuiaara. LeasrSiMJot ChilL. WkM buyiaf StrMgthened Mold, Full ChlUed Shinpiece. Interlocked rouit nae race uiuu, wide tuige Patented Extension and i the rKUNGE5Tand MOST DURABLE Chilled Point made. Plow, consider Quality Fin, Prka Sacead WII Fblsked. Strong Durable, Light Draft If You Want Bargains COME TO THIS STORE We Are Nov; Making Iloh For sale by New Stanford Drug Co.. Stanford. F. L. Davis & Son, Stanford, Kentucky, Soeclal Prices sn Blankets and Comforts DRUGGETS. RUGS AND MANTEL MIRRORS G. B. PRUITT. . . Moreland. Kv. WHAT Would mY?,''''' ' ii '4m f for saw er become of E. T. PENCE & CO. '- smK Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. Linseed Meal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. h iff - ry n" J. L H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY STANFORD, KENTUCKY Dr Ilenry L. Casey . Veterinary Surgeon J r 7 y v ' , i s .- DANVILLE, KY OFFICE NEXT LOGAN'S BTABL Never Before Have we shown as complete a line of Pumps and Oxfords for Women and l,V r- J. C. McClary tat " Aav aa THE MONEY VOU Children. EARN 412 beat her She will take you and bring you back--TH- E Did you ever know? Did you ever hear? of one that could f vmkmiPmmmwmmmmwff Come in and look over our line before buying your Easter Footwear. SmmWmM?3mW money in llic W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEfi Office Phene IS7. Home Phone 35 STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FORD J.L.Beazley &Co BBBBBBBBBBBIbBBBLHbI K There' question for you to amwci for youiKlf. If you aie pulling bank you know they will be PROVIDED FOR. If you aie pending and dollar you get, you dou't know what will become of them. Who geu the earn) If you put into oui bank what you ipend or lend fooluhly it will children dependent on you. wading every money you protect thoae Feed and Field Seeds Full an! Cwplete Sticks. We are g!a. Make OUR bank YOUR bank at Anderson & McCarty, Agts. for Casey and Lincoln counties y J"""! State 'Bank W. L. McCARTY, J. 8. HICK, J. D. EADS, e. & Trust Company Surplus, $1,000. 0. SALIN, Cashier. W.G. SMITH, M. II. to receive ytur trders. Ptae L. PENNY, V-P- 54. Office. Stanford UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealer) in Furniture Mattdifl, Rugt. Furniture Exchanged far aH KM Of Meek STANFORD. KY. PHONE 42 Gapital, $60,000.00. Pres. GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky .up. vr -- -