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FOR The Interior Journal STANFORD, .LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 34, I9H. Ma-Are Ran-doli- Watch tht Data On Label and Renew Promptly. TWo Timo Papr Stopi When Up Yotr TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS r s I ' . - - L&.. h 1 ' A BUSY LANCASTER AT CRAB WEEK IN POLITICS BURIED ORCHARD ROUTEN HELD UNDER $500 BOND SINGING DEAD HARD FIGHT OVER THF Miss Lou J. Grant Is in Danville for LANCASTER P0ST0FFICE Lexington Herald Says Liquor Peopls "Uncle Henry" Fish Honored by a stay of several weeks with her uncle To Await Grand Jury Action on Charge Prominent and Popular Former Lin Solidly Behind Stanley sons Rockcastle News Notes OrceaUation Begun By Pythian And Dr. S I", Grant and Mrs. Grant. of Killing James Florence coin Citizen Dies in Garrard Joe E. Robinson Goes to Wishlngton The Chautauqua Circle met at the Boys Flaa To Make Exhibition (From Lexington Herald) In Opposition to the Appointment home of Mrs. Fred I'. Frisbic. The llro.llica.1. March 2J, Win, Routeiu who shot Jas. Flor, His many friends and loved Beit of Them All lt, The coming week will prove intertheme lor study was "The Decadence Of T. B. Robinson v.iint ueiiry risu men at me home ence to death at King's Mountain Lincoln county were greatly ones in esting lo those who have a liking for of a nephew, J. M. Morris, in Lexinggrieved 01 Italian I'octry. last .week, was held under ,o00 bond on Saturday to learn of the death at Preliminary stttis looking toward Mis Katlterine Harris was tendered politics, inasmuch as two of the four ton last Friday. He was fil years of The fight over the postmastcrship at the action of the grand jury Lancaster of making the 1914 cxhitn'tion of the fair a handsome birthday parly at the home candidates for United States Senator age and was well and favorably kn.mn James A. Duddcrar, who has reached an acute stage. in county court held at King's Mounon (he Democratic ticket .vill be oi the in this and adjoining counties'. was familiarly known to his host of Following a dispatch from Washingannually licl.l by tin-- Knights oT Py- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. He tain on Friday afternoon, Attorney friends stump. At Winchester on Monday ex. was n member of Ashland lodge No. thias of Stanford, tlic inoit successful Harris, of Stanford. The dining as "Singing Jim" Duddcrar. ton that Senator James had about dein the history of the order, were taken hall was artistic in its decorations of Governor J. C W. Mcckhani will ad- W0 F. and A. M. and Mt. Vernon George Florence', of Stanford, furnishThe deceased had been ill of pneu- cided to recommend T. 11. Robinson, for.Routcn so that he will not monia at u called meeting of the Indue held lavender and white. The cakes, can- dress the democrats of Clark county, chapter. No. 140, R. A. M. of Mt. Ver- ed but a short time. Although of the choice of Congressman Helm, a and besides other speeches he will non The Crab Orchard Masonic !ody have to remain in jail until the next an usually robust in the lodRp rMiin here Saturday aftdies and confections were all in the nature, the malady dispatch appeared in the Louisville Officers for this vcar were same delicate ernoon. shades, Some fifty maKc congressman Stanley has prom-li- e olhciatcd at his funeral, a number of term of court. to swift and I Routrns pica was self defense, and proveiland he passed tiowcrful to ovcr- Times from Washington Monday that elected and plan set on foot for an members of the younger et were in10 answer at Mt. Sterling next jvii. vcrnon Masons being present, as tome away on active organization that will make the cluded on the invitation list. Saturday the speech of Gov. Mccklun well as from other points. Services a ntunner ot witnesses testified to after a brave struggle. Mr. Saturday said . Duddc.rar fair this year the Ict of them all. Miss Sallie I'.lkiif served as narra- at Llizabcthtown Monday in which the were held at the Hotel Ivan by J. C. previous trouble between the two men, was aliout i ears of age, and was a Joe L. Robinson, editor of the Lan.UniCt II Wood, wild lint l.r.-nl tor of tic Study Hour arrivfor several former governor neatly lifted the lid McClary, of Stanford, the officiating said to have originated at Somerset sitlrmlift :niit tturiirlit In -- ".i,ri. caster Record, and a democrat, the head of the fair organization since grades of the Lancaster school and from the record of the congressman, undertaker. "Uncle Henry," as he was over a boanltng house bill. The men I "ed here today in company with former It only at Washington but back here familiarly known, was a great uncle were said to have had words in King's iifccptioti, was president entertained them with some excellent not He was Itorn and lived most of his Circuit Judge Lewis L. Walker, of in Kentucky, in regard R Cummins and W. I". selections from Uncle Remuj. to the liquor of Cashier A. M. Hiatt, of this place, Mountain on the morning of the killY!.1" Jan"" Lancaster, a republican. They called question, ing, and Florence procured a shotgun life in Lincoln county, having been together kmeald dividing the duties of secrewho was named as executor of his Miss Joan Mount left the past week offices at raised at the old Duddcrar's Mill and Senatorthe Bradley. of Senator James taries, a the work connected with for a visit to her sisters. Mrs. Thomas ham on his record as governor, and will. His remains were laid to rest in and Routcn a pistol. Mr. Robinson this position has increased to such an Mosby Wilson, of Howling Green, and the latter at Flizabethtown pointed out the Crab Orchard cemetery. place, north of Stanford. A few )cars James Florence the man who was He is that StanUy had never said a word survived by one vni, who lives in Cal- killed, is said not to have been relat- ago, however, he bought a farm and is known to be actively opposing the extent that it was considered to be Mrs. Shelby Allen, of Lagrange. apiNiintment of T. B. Robinson as asking too much of any one man to aliout that record in the way of criti- ifornia, two sisters and a host of rela- ed at any of the other Florence famiKev. F. M Tin.ler, who is in Warmoved to Garrard county. Mr. DuddcrThe postmaster of Lancaster. endeavor to take care of it all. saw, holding an interesting series of cism, had never attempted to have a tives anu friends. lies in this cunty. He is asonof'Mex" ar served as magistrate several terms situation brought them here riiitr iec pirsfdenis uefe chosen, inttlttix"., is ii.iumk much success ami ingle one of the legislatures that K. J. Smith v.aj in Prcachcrsvillc Florence, an "Id man living near the in Lincoln and was honored and es- it is, understood. and they with the president were his excellent sermons arc much com- hac met since the railroad bills of Saturday and Sunday the guest of Mr. lake below King's Mountain, who was teemed by all who knew him. A few days ago a dltpilcli appeared constituted a committee to select ten plimented for their earnestness and winch he complains were enacted, re ami .virs. J. ai. Lress brought to this county from Mexico which said: The deceased was a devoted and in the Courier-Journdirectors and make report to the regu- clear, logical reasoning peal them, and declared the congressW A. Tyrce, foreman of a concrete His sympathies powerfully aroucd. member of the Christian man was attempting to raise an issue crew at Torrent was here a few days alter tnc .Mexican war by returning faithful lar meeting of the lodge next ThursMr, and Mrs. Fraiicr G. Hurl enSenator James today informed Curt soldiers. It was said at that time that church, and Rev. D. M. Walker, pasday night The officer and the bard tertained with a Progressive last week looking after the property lie Rook which he himself did not take seriousof Garrard counof directors will hae direct charge party at their home in Hill Court, the ly. Mefore the end of the campaign, recently liought. He will likely erect lie was a pure blood Atec Indian He tor of the Stanford church, of which A. Robinson, sheriff hospital at Huntmarried a white woman and the man he was a member so many years, went ty, to return to the of all arrangements for the fair. The guest of hi nor being lildge Charles A. those who believe in the control of the a nice cottage on it this spring. who was killed was one of his sons. over Sunday afternoon and conducted ington, W. Va., where his brother, T. three vice presidents elected were It. Hardin. Delicious refrsrhmrnls added democratic party by the liquor interests J. W. Kincer was at home from CinIt, Robinson, Res in a critical condiv Gtvcus, bam Castcllo and J C much to the evening's pleasure. the funeral services in the Lancaster arc likely to be found lined up behind cinnati a week from last Sunday. tion and say to him: "You have not cemetery. News of the Churche Mr. Stanley, and those who believe in i'libanks. Miss Maymc Lee Mallard is in LexMiss F.ila Carson., who has charge forfeited your chances to be postmas, Besides his wife, deceased was sur- ter at Lancaster, At the end of the The usual dates in the third weik ington, the guest of Misses Margaret the regulation of the liquor business, of the girls' canning club of of August havil,. of course, been re- and Anna Lee Wool folk. or in its ultimate destruction if it will was in Mt. Vernon. Wiblic and your The Prcsbvtcrian church has just vived bv one brother, Wsatt Dn'dderar month, if you liave recovered served for the exhibition this vear not be decent, behind Mr. Meckham. Freedom during last week. Mrs George Miller Lusk is in undertaken an Every Member canvass of McKinney, and an elder brother. strength and a medical examination sited a number of proves you temperamentally These dates have been held by the for a stay with Mr. ami Mrs. The result of such a contest ought not The llrodhcad Fair Association was in, the interest of the Benevolent and Louis Duddcrar, qualified to be in doubt for a minute in any incorporated the ldlliand the directors Missionary years ago. No children blessed his for the office, Sena'tor James will agree" lair unec us organiraiinn R. I Hughes. causes of the denominaAmerican commonwealth. three years ago. and other fairs in Jack Kirbv dicil at his home in arc doing all in their iwer to get tion. The canvass was made on Sunday marriage but they raised an adopted to confirm yoti as postmaster, if Repthis section of the slate have invar- Taint Lick, after three weeks' illness. There are a large number of thor- the grounds ready for the buildings, afternoon. Mar. 22 and proved to be a daughter, Miss Mcssic Yantis. resentative Helm and the Postmaster iably respected them when making up His death resulted from a severe ac- oughly respectable people, who arc but owing to the bad weather, it is very successful enterprise. A large A large assemblage gathered in the General agree on the appointment." their own schedule of dates. cident be received sometime ago by be- not engaged in the liquor business .mil rather hard to make much showing. part of the church members were seen at Lancaster cemetery Sunday afternoon Mr. Robinson7 who arrived in WashDiadem lodge, Knights of I V thus ing caught under a tree he was felling. some who arc in the business, who fa-- However, a few nice days and the their homes, and readily agreed to subto pay the last 'tribute to the memory ington today, told Senator James and is stronger now than ever before in its Kirby is survived by a wife and four the nomination of Congressman clearing will be done, and then the scribe to the support of the work. At Reiircsentative Helm that his brother I he pallhistory and the "boys" all seem in- cniiilren. Stanley for I'nitcd States Senator. Re buildings will be started. An effort is this time $Jfl3 have been subscribed and of a good man and citizen. visitjug Washington last week, bearers were Messrs, T. J. Price. T. L, after the impression that the "cards tensely interested in making the fair side their support, lie has the unaniMrs. C. F. Deninan, of Nicholas-villgot being made to get everything ready there arc still a number of others to Yantis. H. T. Logan. Theo Currey. W. here stacked against him." The result this year a complete success. from known before the busy season opens and while sec. It is expected that $450 will be is the guest of her parents. Mr mous backing, judging In addition to the selection of of- and Mrs Alex West. J. Logan and J. W. Elmore. conditions in Lexington, of every of Curt Robinson's visit here is, that help is plentiful. It is the intention of raised in addition to the $100 subscribficers shore named, Messrs. I'. I Beck saloon keepct in Kentucky, the management to build an amphi- ed for the local evangelistic work in Representative Helm is more, desirous Miss Thelma Hamilton, the )oung and John Fugleman, Jr, were appointevery law breaking bar tender, every theatre 120 feet long and a floral hall January. Disastrous Blaze at Lebanon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay This will make a total of than ever to have T. B. Robinson aped as a special committer to har dibar rooni loafer, every believer in that aliout 25 by 40 feet on the second over $6f0 for church benevolence for and of unknown orgin began aliout pointed postmaster at, Lancaster Hamilton, is reported quite sick of Fire peculiar form, of personal liberty that Door, making it rect charge of the Floral Hall, which pneumonia, 8.30 o'clock Sunday night in G. N. Senator James has said that the apfrom the the year beginning April 1st. wns such a success last )Cjr and will has reached its highest perfection' in two sections of the amphitheatre. This must be regarded as a very Brent's livery stable at Lebanon and pointment is agreeable to him in the Mrs. R. 1". McKobcrts and daughA be one of the main features of the ter, Miss Leltic May McRobcrts were Cincinnati, Covington and N'cKirt, commitee will likely be sent to Stan- creditable effort in view of a number rapidly spread to adjoining buildings. event that the Postmaster General filr ;!! vr. The poultry department recent visitors in Danville. and means that there is no law of God, ford to make a draft of the K. of P of extra local expenses in the church After" hard work by the fire departwishes to ask the president to, send all and will be In charge of A, C ment it was finally controlled. The the nomination to he senate. It is not Rev. C. R, Marshall, of Richmond, man. state or the devil which a user fair buildings before final decision is at this time. Sam J. F.mbry, Jr., two of the most some years ago pastor of the Lancasof alcoholic liquors is Inmnd to respect made along this line. The stock in the losses are as follows: Brent"5 stable known what view the postmasUr genenthusiastic fancier in this part of the ter Christian church, filled the pulpit if he doesn't want to do so. This is new association is practically all takThe ladies of the Ilaptist church, building belonging to the estate of Dr. eral takes of the matter. state, which is assurance that it will of that denomination Sunday morning not meant to be harsh or unkind but en and privileges are being sold. The are requested to have the. dollars that W. E. Mattingly, total loss, contents, be a success. the simple statement of an absolute dates for the fair are August 12, 13 they were to make, ready by the first wagons, vehicles and feed belonging Bowen Fox Buys a Few Mules and evening. A swine department will be a new Bowcn Fox, the big mule buyer, of Miss Flizabeth Ford was at home fact. Friday in April, when they will meet to G. N. Brent, about $10,000, partly and II, as usual each year. and popular department of the fair from Sayre Institute, Lexington, for a insured: W. L. Canary, restaurant, Boyle, has recently made the followMr and Mrs. II. II. Hutcheson are and collect them loss about $1,500, insurance $700; Jno. ing purchases of hjbrids: From A. J. this car. So many farmers in this hurt visit to her father, Judge A. D. rejoicing over the arrival of their first Harbison on the Horse Market Clements, hardware and stoves, loss Rice, one pair section arc now devoting attention to Ford, horse mules girl, on the 20th. born, an d Kentuckians in Florida aluvut Sl.fXJf) or $1,200. partly insured: says the genera! :he was christened Mdry Talker. The Shcl Harbison .'25 Ch"ilmit Bros one pair jmie- uicd Nfinci9, littl u bhiiic imV Miss Eiira I.unsford, who has been (From Orlando Reporter-Star- ) will prove a popular and interesting very ill of pneumonia, has had a re- horse market is somewhat dull but narents reside in Middlesboro. where Home Bakery building and contents horse mules, $3j0; J. L, Murphy, l. Mr Granville mimI Lutes, of Lincoln total loss. SJ.500 to $3,000 partly IkuM draw nuny entries. lapse and relatives and friends there :s a steady demand for high-clamare mules, one pair of Mr. Hutcheson is cashier of the sadlivery stable besides Mr. $335; C. H. Wood, one pair coiintv, Kentucky, arrived I. W Williams and Col. I. M llrucc The sestcrday animals, running, trotting and anxious alnnit her. Company. Mank and Trust Will be in charge of this department. dlers, says the Lexington Leader. He Mrs. Hutcheson has been with her sis- afternoon to spend several weeks iii Brent's also contained several hundred horse mules, $365; Keene Lutes, one Misses Helen and Martha Gill arc the City Beautiful. He has been suf- dollars worth of wagons and farm im- pair mules $330; Mitchell at home after a protracted visit to Dr is also vcrv optimistic about the outter, Mrs. W E .Gravely, at this place fering with a throat trouble for some plements, belonging to Tom Sapp, ol Taylor, one pair six- mule.s look for the future of the equine. He for the past several G. C Farris and Mrs. Farris in DenEUBANK months. Mr. time and came here at the advice of Newmarket, and valuable horse, and $350; Thomas Metcalf, one pair ver. Col. and Mrs W ! Willium in admits that the auto has put many Hutcheson arrived in town last ThursSirs. Hdgar MeCIiire is receiving a Tulsa. Okla. The attractive Kcntuck-ian- s animals out ol business as engines 01 day. his physician. ,Mr. G. L. Cunningham, biijjwy belonging lo Lillian Phillips. horse mules. $.160: George F. of Danville. Ky, spent is Anderson, nice line of spring millinery which she one pair of were the recipients of much so- pleasure, and that the Cashier and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt were in the city today. He is several hours is displaying at her store here. taking a prosMr. Menefee's Nephew Weds hrsc mules $350, Chas. M. Eastland, cial attention while visiting in the als'i making inroads upon the breeding he guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Gen- pecting trip through Mrs. S. W. McLaughlin has return, West. industry At the same time he says, try, in Mt. Florida and. of mare mules $450; Mr. and Mrs. J N Menefee. of pair three- - ear-olernon, Sunday the 15th. ed from an extended visit to Atlanta, friend of man is still horse T. L Yantis and W S. Kinbry pur- the W. H. Wearcn. of Stanford, was in course, could not go back to the Blue Stanford were surprised Monday to H. B. Peel, pair vvherr she purchased a nice line of chased the handsome stallion Golden oemg without visiting the City learn that their nephew. Ernest L, mules $326; Virgil Hester, pair heavy hauling for the town ome last week in the interest of the Grass, state pring millinery world. He points with great glee to the New England Life Insurance Co.. and Beautiful. He was very much impressmules $425; John C mare Sampson and Miss Eva Ella Brown, F.mcrald from Gano Johnston, of Mt. Wiley Hubble. V S. A., who served Sterling, last week, at a that a firm like Gimbel while here gave us a number of good ed with Orlando. f Mercer had driven to Danville on Noel, of Frankfort, pair fancy figure. statement 12 years. Ft. Leavenworth, Kas., was llrothers, of Philadelphia, have two pointers aliout fair buildings. Monday afternoon and were united in mare mules $420 and another pair of Miss Ida. Polls, of Cincinnati, is here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hicks, also for a visit to her sister. Mrs. Davis hundred and seventy-sihorses in marrijge. The ceremoii) was performed same for $451); L. J. Witherspoon, a Mrs. C. C Howell was in Pine Hill Champerlatn's Tablets For Constipahis father. Mack Hubble, who resides I'raihcr and family. ) mare mules for their delivery wagon service and by Dr. Cecil V. Cook, at the Baptist pair of tion. last week with her husband who has a 11 automobiles. With the rapidly geod position with the Kentucky Portat McKinncy. came as a Mrs T. J. Price was hostess at a For constipation, Chamberlains Tab- parsonage.to The wedding friends. They $400. M. O. Hicks and wife have exchang. their many well apiKiintcd six o'clock dinner, in growing demands of commerce, howevlets are excellent. Easy to take, mild surprise cd their two houses and lots here to G. compliment to Judge Charles A. Har- er, it is highly probable that b"tli the land Cement Company. Lee Green, son of Arch Green, out Mrs. J. II. Jarrett left last week for and gentle in effect. Give them a will reside in Mercer county, about six one Rural Route No. 3, has been quite W fiaslincau for his 49 acre farm, live din, Prof. M. L. Carrier, Mrs. Car- horses and the automobile will find miles from Danville on the Harrods-bur- g Duraugo. Col, lo visit her daughter, trial. For sale by all dealers. stock and feed, located three miles rier and Mr and Mrs. J. W. Elmore, plenty of work to do in the world. ill for the past month of stomach and road. Mr. Sampson is a proper-ou- s Mrs. Dollie Cornelius. from town. Gastincau received a cah The handsome home was artistically young farmer, while she is ne heart truble, but is somewhat improvJ. T. Lawrence spent a few days In Remembrance consideration of $220. Itoth families embellished with fragrant dowers. of the most popular young ladies in ed now. with relatives in Crab Orchard. The Singleton Sale have moved. this Mercer county. Mrs, Ania I.unsford departed Miss Luther Gibbs and daughter, C. H. Frith's residence caught fire The Singleton sale that was held at I'rof. Herbert Reynolds has returned F.tttahcth Gibbs were in Lexington for Mrs. Elsie Khalen Goelct, faniou? last week but was put out before life March 8th, 1914, aged 54 years. She in the Havdon Rout wedding. rroin Stanford where lie assisted Bright Little Boy Passes Away Newport beauty, was granted a diYoung Crab Orchard last Thursday, was well much damage was done 13th 1950 Edi-twas born January the Interior Journal office while Clement Earl, the bright, little son vorce from Robert Goelet, whose fabridesmaid 'or attended, considering the bad weather. Miss Gibbs W. A. Robins and Fred Sowder went "Weep not that her toils are over, A report of the sale is a follows Sauflry was in Frankfort attend-in- her cousin. acted as of Mr. and Mr. C. V.. Bower, passed ther was noted as a millionaire bankTen-- v ear-ol- d T. to Cincinnati last week. blind horse to W. the session of the Legislature as Weep not that her race is run; Mr. and Mrs. Fisher I). Herrlnp away in Lexington, shortly after noon the funeral of A. M. Hiatt Representative- - of Lincoln county. Mr bay hore to, C. Heniy Fish at attended at Lexington Monday, after a short er and yachtman. Louisville to witness the at- Govcr, $2fe; Crab Orchard last Sat- God grant we may rest as calmly, gray blind Reynolds is thinking of moving here vcre in dancing of the Russian Mad- C Garner. $42. illness. have the tractive When our work, like her's is done." sympathyThe fond parents horse to Dick Robinson $40: Aged bay urday. Hn, of, a host of friends and the A resolution was adopted by ame Pallowa. Rev. R. B. Maker filled his regular 'lis then we vield with gladness horse to S. J. Purcell. $19; Pony stalMrs. Granville Singleton died after loved ones in the loss of their little Southern Newspaper Publisher's Mrs. Louis Landramhas returned to church $125, to Mrs. I W. appointment at the Christian lingering illness of tuberculosis. Danville after a visit to her sister, lion. Our mother to Him to keep boy, who was only eight years old Fish; cow and calf. Will Saturday and Sunday. Funeral service conducted by G, F. Mrs. II. Clay Sutton in Lancaster at Atlanta indorsing the Adand a line little fellow in every way. And rejoice in the sweet assurance, Chancellor. $58.50; One Jersey heifer Thompson and interment in the Olive He is survied by a little twin sister ministration of President Wilson. HIGHLAND "He giveth His loved one sleep." fresh in April $J9. to S. J. Turpin; I'lmrch cemetery and other brothers anil sisters besides Crab Orchard Honor Roll Jvrey heifer, fresh in April, to J. D. 1 he recent snow put a stop to garWc loved in life; let not forget death the loving parents. The remains were The stockholders of the Kubauk CanThe condition of John C C. Majo. Wilson, $48: 100 pound hogs per head. dening that some of our neighbors had how we watched to see you coming, brought here on Tuesday afternoon for ning Co.. held a business meeting here I'd Mullins, Jack Perkins. Mar Da Paintsville, Democratic National, ComH. a few days ago and decided to grow James Bailey, F.bhic Kennedy, Geo, $8.o) to J.Dunn,Pojntcr, hay press $62; begun. how we watched to hear you call, how interment in Buffalo Springs cemetery. mitteeman ill of from Kentucky, Two horse wagons to Will 250 acres of tomatoes this season They Fletcher. Newell Fletcher. Lod HamA number of tobacco beds have been we mis vou darling mother, we loved llright's disease is reported favorable. $11.50 to $15, buggies $4 to $22. Housein grew about 65 acres last year which ilton. Horace Thompson, foe Hamilton, hold and kitchen furniture and fanning sown G. this vicinity. Skidmorc and J. so dear. We loved her oh, how bard Church Dedication in Danville Voting, Joe M. they disposed of at $5,000. Sarah Pettus, Florida Cummins, 'five new Christian church erected in has George Oliver, of Cincinnati Notice to Contractors Kevins, Uvau Udmiston, P.dwiu tools sold well, chickens 45c per head. W. Carrier, who were ill in the fore- to give her up. but an Angel came Danville, at a cost of $60,000. will be been the guest of his son, W. II. Oliver. New land. Atma Hunter, Sallie Smith. Farm of 50 acres taken down at $2,700. part of the week, are able to be out down from Heaven and removed her All persons who made successtul completed in a few days and will be again, their friends are glad to know. Mrs. Mollie Weddlc and Master Margaret James. Martha lUtrgin, Rich inclement from our flock. Hei busy hands are formally dedicated on Sunday, April bids, and received contracts on the Edmlston Werneis the of Science Hill, were here last ard Flam. Hazel, McAlisler, Jessie done, 5. Rev. George L. Snively, of Lewis-to- various turnpikes are required to exeweek visiting her parents, Rev. and F.lam, Phillip Nevius, loseph James, The Courier-JournSunday had the weather of last Wednesday, quite a folded. Her work 011 earth is III., will deliver the dedicatory Mrs. W G Til ford before uoiiiu to Gladys Wallin, Louisa Wallin, Alma following announcement, which will be crowd gathered at Freddie Youngs to her trials are all ended, she bore her cute bond before the County Judge, at her new home at llarren Fork, where Ncwland, llessie Sowders.Haiel Hun- of much interest in Lincoln, as Col. help him in his clearing and to make sufferings. Loving hands did all they sermon. Miss Gladys Shaller will di- a date not later than April 1, 1914. rect a large chorus as part of the mus. had prepared Dr. Wtddlc has recently; Urcured a ter, La Rue- - Fdmiston, Aljne Collier. and Mrs. D. 1), Kdmistou went to way with the edibles he could, but (iot took her from our midst ical program. Those contracts for which no bond is very luctrativc position with the Fagle Anna Sinuleton, llessie Gieszl. Helen from Crab Orchard, and for the occasion. Gone but not forgotten. Written by a executed by the date will be cancelled, McMee. of King's MounCompany. Coal i'rof. T. D. Campbell. many friends and loved ones, of the 2J-and the work relet. Notice to Delinquents Charlie WelU has moved to the farm bride, back here in Lincoln, will wish tain, is expected to begin a singing at daughter. tits purchased of J. A, Lee. the Methodist church March 28th. It By order of the Fiscal Court at its E. D. PENNINGTON. Co. Enginer. MRS. H. M. HOLDERMAN. the young couple every happiness Garden Seed For You comCjay Spangler, of Crab Orchard, meeting held on the 18th day of March, Mr. and Mrs. D. 11. Fdmiston an- is to be hoped that the entire was here a few davit last week, the The Interior Journal has received nounce the marriage of their daughter, munity will join in and try to make 1914, I am directed to publish the Chronic Stomach Trouble Cured guest of his sister, Mrs, F., - Gooch sacks of vegetable seed from Senator Miss Lily Paxton Edmistoii, to Mr. Ihc school a success. names uf all persons who fail to pay Stomach Health or No Cost to You There Is nothing more discouraging their delinquent poll and property tax, Mrs, A. K Whceldon, of Stearns, is Ollie James and Congressman Harvey Krling O. Werness. which took place In the absence of Pastor Wright, Very likely others have advised you here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs iieiui, which us menus mm menus ui yesterday morning at II o'clock. The who was engaged in a revival .service than a chronic disorder of the stom- on or before April ,7th. 1914. at which to use Rcxall Dyspepsia Tablets, beSmith, of ach. Is it not surprising that many date the Sheriff will make his settle- cause scores of people in this communi-a- y (J, A. F.stes who are quite ill with the those able statesmen arc invited to call Kev. W. G, Fvcrson, pastor of the 4th at Somerset, Rev. M. D. at the I. J. office and get as long as avenue Ilaptist church officiated. Im- King's Mountain, filled his pulpit here suffer for jears with such an ailment ment as to the levy of 1913, said delingrippe. believe them to be the best remedy clerking for F.stes the supply lasts. (1, M. Reynold is mediately following the ceremony Mr. Sunday morning and night. went to when a permanent cure is within their quents to be published in the Interior ever made for dyspepsia and indigesvv'hilc Mr F.stes is confined reach and may be had for a trifle? Journal. G. B. COOPER C. L. C. C. tion. That is what we think, too, beM. Young, who Mrs, C. and Son, and Mrs. Wemcss left for New OrH, spend a P. to bis home on account of illness. came we know what they have done for leans and after April will make their Louisville some time since to expects "About one year ago," saysbought a IF MEALS HIT BACK Meek, of Wakelee. Mich.. "I Mrs. I.uvena Spavv who has been others and what they are made of. We while with her children there, home in Urcntvvood. Tenn. AND STOMACH SOURS (visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, home at the proper time with parkage of Chamberlain's Tablets, and have so much faith in them that we to be al True As Gospel George Williams at Fllison. has reof spring millinery. since using them I felt perfectly well. If , nice try at If Jin; Stears is turned down for the urge you tohelp them theyour risk. cost Tape's Dlapepsin" Ends Stomach Wesley Emory Forging to the Front a Daid line won't you, turned to her home in Indianapolis. Hurton lias opened up his I had previously used any number of Nicholasvillc post office, it will be the they don't Misery, Indigestion in S Wesley F.mbry, of Stanford, is hold- store again with a line of groceries &c different medicines, but none of thein last She was accompanied by her sister. If they don't do all that straw on the newspaper fraternity you a cent. Minutes ing down an important desk in 0, Miss Julia Williams, were of any lasting benefit." For sale camel's back. The Kentucky editors you want them to do if they don't rehome office, of the Superintendent of Public make Mrs. Wesley Callip visited bv alt dealers, have done more hard work, lioosting store your stomach to health and and If what you just ate is souring on Instruction at Frankfort. Young Kin- SEE IF THE CHILD'S us folks at Wajnesburg this week. up politicians than the tuditicians have vour digestion easy just tell without TONGUE IS COATED Hill, deliv- jour stomach or lies like a lump of bry recently g'aduated from the Rev Carroll of Siccnce SALE vvc will give back your money COMMISSIONER'S done for themselves. Vet very ered the monthly sermon here at the lead, refusing to diucsl. or vou belch department of a Louisville word or question, P.umlcy Products Co., Plff. are even thanked.. The time a Containing Pepsin and Bismuth, two gas and eructate sour, undigested food, M. E. church Sunday. college and has become such an Give "California Notice of Sale vs has about arrived to quit boosting G. W McMullin was called home or have a feeling of dizziness, heart expert at shorthand that he, had no If Cross. Feverish. of the greatest digestive aids known practical politicians and let the sons-oSyrup Of Win. Gtitman Defts. at last week from Walton on account of burn, tullness, nausea, bad taste in trouble landing a nice position to medical science, they soothe the guns hustle for themselves.---Danvil- le Figs." Pursuant to an order of the Lincoln the death of his sister, Mrs. Granville mouth and stomach headache, vou can once. He has not finally decided inflamed stomach lining, help in the sc Messenger, Mr McMullin is foreman get blessed relief in five minute. Singleton, whether or not he will play ball this creation of gastric juice, check heartcircuit court, made at its February coatAsk vour pharmacist lo show vou season. He has a Haltering offer to Lock at the tongue, mother! If of a special railroad crew at that place burn and distress, promote regular the formula, plainly printed on these pitch for the Springfield club in the ed, it is a sure sign that jour little term 19)4, the uncdrsigned will on SERIOUS CATARRH 1C D. Singleton, of Danville4 was bowel action, and make it possible for Tuesday, March 31, 19M cases of Pape's Diapepsin, Three I League at a fat salary. bowels need a visiting his grandpar- fifty-ceone's stomach, liver and YIELDS TO HYOMEI vou to eat whatever vou like when you here this week then ou will understand why dspep-ti- c like, with the comforting gentle thorough cleansing at once. assurance at I o'clock P. M., on the farm of J. ents, Judge and Mrs, W T Lee. troubles of all kinds must uo. and peevish, cross, listless, pale, II, Mroughton, near Holdam's When Mill that there will be no bad after effects You Breathe It Boyle County Man Honored jvhy the) relieve sour, be the best, remedy doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act naturWe believe them to Anderson County Teacher Pardoned county, (where Geiser's enThe democrats of the Ninth Virginstomachs or indigestion in live minindigestion. is feverish, stomach sour, Lincoln Be wise ii) time and use Hyotnei at made for dyspepsia and Edgar D. Burton, of I.awrenceburg, utes. 'Tape's Diapepsin" is harmless ; ia district in convention nominated a ally, or bad; ias stomach-ache- , sore gine now is) offer for sale at public breath Sold only at the more than 7,000 Rex-a- ll who recently- - pleaded guilty in the An- tastes like candy, though each dose former Kentuckian to oppose Repre throat, diarrhoea, full of cold give a outcry to the highest and best bidder, the first symptoms of catarrh, such as Stores, and in this town only at sniffling, Mutative C. M. Slemp. republican, in teasjioonful of "California Syrup derson Circuit court to the charges of will digest and prepare for assimilaof One frequent head colds, constant sizes. 25c, 50c and raising of mucus, or droppings in the our store. ThreeDrug Store, Stanford. selling examination questions and was tion into the blood all the food vou eat; The nominee is It, Tate Irvine, of Figs," and in a few hours all the foul, the following described property $1.00. Penny's sentenced to the penitentiary for an in. besides, it makes you go to the table Wise county, Va., who was born and constipated waste, undigested foixl and lb horse power GeUer engine; one It throat. Do not let the disease become sawing outfit d and you are in danger of a determinate term of one to Two years, with a healthy appetite; but, what will reared in Mole county. bile gently moves out of its bowels horse power boiler, one TO THE PUBLIC was pardoned Saturday by Gov, please you most, is that you will feel without griping, and you have a well, complete with saw and belt to- make serious if not fatal ailment. 1 rcptcsent ir hundred that your intestines the largest and best There is no other treatment for caA petition of several The Forty Year Test arc clean and satchild again. playful complete mill. This sale made to Hyo- clothimr house in this coun names was presented to the governor, fresh, and you will not need to resort An article must have exceptional You needn't coax sick children to isfy judgment for $250, with interest tarrh, head colds, etc.. like theso easy V. Price & Co., Chicago. Ill, mei method, none just as good, try-- lid asking that the pardon be granted. to laxatives or liver pills or biliouslaxative; merit to surytve for a period of forty takit this harmless When the news reached Burton in jail ness or constipation, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy thev love its delicious taste and it al- and costs. Said sale made on a credit and pleasant to use, or that gives sue My experience in measuring and di,r years, he broke f I - t (r bad been pardoned, This city will have many "PapeV was, first offered to the public in' 1872. ways makes them feel splendid. of three months, purchaser or pur- quick, sure, and lasting relief. You recting the making of your clothes,, down-an- d it no stomach dosing. 0, L. gives me the advantage, over OllO una wept. botDiapepsin" cranks, as some people will From a small beginning it has grown Ask vour druggist for a chasers lo execute bond payable to will call them, but you will be enthusiastic In favor and populairty until it has tle of "California Sjrup of Figs'. Commissioner, bearing interest of 6 per Penii will refund your money if you is not a practical tailor.. If you give mc your order 1 will promise you are not benefitted. about this splendid stomach prepara- attained a world wide reputation. You which has directions for babies, chilThe Mother's Favorite good Trv Hyomei at once and see how a square deal. You will get the worth cent, from date until paid, with will find nothing better for, a cough dren of all ages ami for grown-up- s A cough medicine for chwurcn should tion, too, if you ever take it lor indihead, stops the of your money, either in the cheaper sourness, or cold. Try it and you will underIt should he pleasant to gestion, gases, heartburn, plainly on the liottle. Beware of coun- surety, having' the force and effect of quickly it clears the be harmless. sniffling, and banishes catarrh. Hyo. grades or the higher priced. My sprint; dyspepsia or any stomach misery. stand why it Is favorite after a period terfeits sold here. To be sure you get a Judgment, lien retained on property. take. 1 should be effectual. mei helps you to enjoy good health. All line of samples are now ready lor.your Get some now. this minute, and rid of more than forty years. It not only the genuine ask to see that it is made This March 12. 1914. Cough Remedy is all pf this druggists sell it. Ask for the cominspection. Call and let me show you. jvoi-rsclof stomach trouble and gives relief it cures. For sale by all by "California Fig Syrup Company." and it the mother's favorite D. PENNINGTON. M. C. I. C C plete outfit $1.00. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. in five minutes. dealers. Refuse any other kind with contempt. i: Yor sale by all dealers. mLlWINARY START 6BEAT FAIR THIS YEAR ,itin I . ip al Rock-rastl- c. L011-ivil- e, acce-ssibl- c 11 eight-poun- riiifr are-ver- y si cov-erci- ro ld tVar-'ol- ld auto-truc- k four-year-- d four-foote- d ld four-t-ar-o- ld three-year-o- ld x 011-I- -- ar Asso-icati- 11 Fd-wi- 5 23-t- steno-griph- ic s bus-me- ss f. : deep-seate- - made-to-ord- bie-dlli- e Cham-boflam- 's every-wker- e. f indi-'goti- 24-2- 6 '.t( THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Tlicy didn't want to cncoiiraRe any such rik and while tlicvoltnniii run tax hill which was stihmittcd may not h.ue done jo, too many members feared that the country people who own the land, which cannot he hidden from the tax nennr, would Ret the hot end of it. Therefore, the tax hill Has hiatcii If such a sentiment on thf part of the lcRi1aturc is rcprchensihle tlicj in the ejes of the city cdit'rr may find that the hoys hack in the iew ci'iintrv taWr an entirely different of it. Wc voted against the tax lull for this reason and know many others who Vc nteil against evdid the same. ery lull, which by any chance or might result in forcitiR more taxes on the farmer, and if we should li.ilen to le a trrml ci if the next General Assctnhl), would do the same thing again. Lincoln's memher excepted for of course, we're too modest to include him no congressional district in the State had a finer lot of men in the lower House of the General Assembly just adjourned, than the liighth. Maurice of ilole. J. K. Mount, of Garrard, Dr. Kay, of Shelby, J. R. Dorman, of lessamine. "Uncle John" White, of Madison, "Merry" Smith, of Mercer, Jim ll.irrall, of Hullitt, and Spencer, were among the wheel horses on the ilcmociatic side on any and every proposition anil were generally found voting right. Two counties of the Kighth had republicans Adair, which is coupled with Cumberland as a district and was represented by Dr Sh.itii, tif (lie latter counts and Casc, which is cou pled with Kusscll, and was represented h Lilburn Phelps, of the last nam-eNor were there two better republicans in the IhmIv on any matter af- fecting the interests of the people as a whole or their own particular com- inuniitcs. The "1hs" from the Kighth were all "true blue and stood firm for what the beliexed to be right. VI STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1914. w of tlic lax litinlcn of the common-wealt- Jfnf '"WW, yw KHi ii CASTORIA Tor Infanta and Children. Men's Furnishings This snow is going to be here only a few days longerthen the sunshine and the heat, and as the fields and trees and flowers put on their Spring garments, so you men folks will oe wanta ing to put on new shirts, new ties, new collars, new gloves-a- nd we are ready for you-w- ith stock of shirts you are bound to admire. neatest of all shirts, the white pleated, $1.00 and $1.50. The stripes in white, neat black hair-linThe soft shirts, with laundered cuffs and and fancy colors, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Soft Shirts, with soft cuffs and collars, either separate or attached, in tan, white or fancy colors, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. cases look life a flower garden, so gorgeous are the colors, so varied are the shades and tints, as well as the sombre greys and blacks: in medium or wide ends, and string ties. for everyGloves If you saw our window this week you were bound to admire body and of every kind, from 10c. to $2.50. ever-ready, The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PERCENT ANfyclalfclYrpsrationrerAs-slmllailnSilicRwdaflillWijl- IfnglftcSinmocbsafidDovKJsof Bears the Signature s l "srl neck-band- s, e Promotes DieMtonOcfrfy-ncsand RestjContiliw nrttw Opinmilorphinc norMtaal of Not Narcotic. .i a AW In i Neck-Ties-O- ur four-in-han- ds jtkJtmm it-G- loves Aprrfet t Remedy for Cra$ tlon,SourStomach.Dlanteci VAwrasromTiIsioMfemisfr ncsa and LOSS OF SLEEP. ftcSimk Signature of TurCEOTAun Compart, T atf Use For Over H. J. McROBERTS Masons' Meeting FOR SALli. Ilalc.l timothy hay, tstcn. brothers and sisters at Old A. II.. mint. In ' l.lnrcln I .oil j No. 00 V Mon.ili, the dearest t on earth, feed and seed oats, A. W ..ui'eiHei,, ,UI, ,mmi,unn nn rarh lirrt and Ihlnl I'houes Hustomillc or Mitlf nlhlt fit rarh tnonlh at 7 n'rlork In eveept at ill lather and mother's old Morcland, Ky t'irlr Mil on Main .tint, Htanfnrl, Kj Mrai homestead at the tan yard on top of Junction City IJ tf nl al'trr Imlfra fratrrnalljr Invited to t IKKI.ANII. Krc'r. J Iirfwrit We luwn't an chtirji Hall's Gap. house here, except the Methodist, so husband and I took our children in Condensed Report of and went to church. One day we failed to go but our two girls went When iol.i, m oldest tl.ev came back, daughter came to the room where I Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, March A, 19M va, and said. "Mamma llro. Miller RESOURCES: LIABILITIES: had a good deal to say about Camp S358.484.97i Capital !'tcns $100,000.00 bellttes. a) mamma what are Camp Lincoln Surplus and UUites?" I said, Daughter, I don't County Bonds l.'12,500.00' 107.fiI19.01 roflts . know- what they are, but I can tell ytu Banking House and - 100.000.00 Circulation that that is the nick name that other Fixtures 6,500.00 NONK Payable denominations hac given the Christian Due from Banks 'Deposits - 221,071.19 church, but we are not Camphcllites" -Cash I walked across the floor to a window, 1 could see a great high uioini where $528,710.20 $528,710.20 lain towering so scry high an I it seem LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK cd to tell me the full me iniiig of Lanipbellite. called the child back and said, "Viola, Mamma thinks' she can tell ou what a Cauipbcllite x, a Catnpbellitc is some one joining lilt Methodist church that won't be bap ticd only by immersion." I belies r of a this is the correct definition Onipbellite, because this old mountain sad so. There brother and sister Methodists at Highland, 1 don't aim to hurt our feelings, but I am b )ou Methodists like my baby boy just four .sears old, was by his aunt Maggie and I. I would o down to lather's and he would pla) in the avtnue with aunt Maggie's children, and his aunt Maggie would generally get dinner read) before his grandma and I would. M when his aunt Maggie would cafl bet children to dinner he would go with them and eat his dinner. One flay I told him he must not go to aunt Mag-git'- s and eat unless I told him hi could. Wc went to grandpa's again and he went and ate with the children again, so when his grandma and I got dinner ready I called him to dinner He came and ate a little and I a'kci him why he didn't eat heartil. Iikt he generally did? He said "l!ecatii I am not hungry." I accused him of eating at aunt Maggie's again and he was afraid to tell me he had eaten there again without in telling him he could He said, "No, I didn't," On gonig stopped h with sister a while, home and she spoke of James eating with them that day. I never shall forget how the little fellow looked. He look ed right straighta at his aunt Maggie and said. "No, I didn't cat here" So on the way home I was rebuking him for making out that his aunt Maggie had told an untruth and he began to and smile and said. "Mamma. ti So aunt Maggie can't take a joke" that is the way I am by the Methodists. think we, the Christian church have taken the joke long enough, Now, it is their time to take the joke, and cs- eeially since the old mountain told ue so. Don't jott think so trvo brothers and sisters at dear old Ml Moriah? I hope I haven't been wearisome with STANFORD, KENTUCKY this long letter. My husband and clul drcn join me with respects to all our Lincoln county friends. Wishing the Intel ior Journal the greatest of sucVery Hespt. cess. MKS. J. M. I1!TT I NEW YORK. Thirty Years I I Guaranteed undrrthe Exact Copy of Wrapper. IW CASTORIA TMK CtNTAUM COHNNY, MWtO CfTT. THE lNTERIORJOURNAL HHKI.TON' $1 A it. TEAU HAUK1.EY Tropriftor IN AUVAXCE 81UIirit.T Enttrrd at the pottolice teeond clau mail matttr. at Stanford aa It Might Have Been Worse Sonic dailj and country newspapers an now engaged in their usual bicn-irayc:tions of telling their readers wiiat a "helluva" a legislature the kUic hat, just had in session. They said the same thing of the 1912 session that spent in appropriations $1)000.000 of the people's money and arc now saying the same identical thing of the session which spent practically nothing and refused ever) thing and everybody who asked for an appropriation. Many of the hitter things that the big papers say may be true, but a great many more are not. As a newspaper correspondent we "ent through" three sessions of the General Assembly of Kentucky before this one, and can candidly and fairly say tliat wc honestly believe that individually the members of the 1914 session tried harder to do just what their folks back home wanted them to do than any session we ever saw before. It's all mighty well for the editors of the big. dailies and some weaklies to sit back on their haunches and criticise and advise what ought to be done to save the state, but it's a whole lot of a different proposi ul nt tion when ou arc one of the 138 men who are sent to Frankfort for (A.) ilajs to draft or repeal laws that will remedy unsatisfactory conditions not only in one section but all over the state. Some of these Wiscnhcimcrs occasionally get into the legislature; the session just ended had a few, but they had about a much weight and influence there as they usually do in any community where the people arc "onto" them and loy. have sued up their calibre. The 1912 session tried harder to do things for AN INTERESTING LETTER the intercut of the people than any General Assembly that has convened in Written By Mrs. J. M. Hiatt Formerly Frankfort in many ears, the opinion Of This County of many of the gifted editors who sat off and viewed the proceedings, to afar Ages, Ky., March 19, the contrary notwithstanding. mines opening up right here in sight, in the near future. You understand what in sight means up here among these mountains, lor one can't sec very far, for pretty soon our ee sight c imes in contact with a great high around The mountains mountain No senatorial district in Kentucky ( representation in the t'pper Ages arc indeed wry tall, and on.c had better them very picturesque. One can stand I louse at Frankfort than the I8tli. of Lincoln, Casey Hoyle and and study these grand old mountain Garrard counties. As the I J. predict- tlut mother nature put here in liar ed, Charley Montgomery of Liberty, Ian coiintv. until it cems that tlu-- e Ker "made good" in ccr) way time he cast a vote it was on the side luie boulders cr out and tell them a of the people. Hut for the fight he great man) things, tbat they had nevmade, the two and a half cent rate lull er known of before would have been lost in the Senate Senator Montgomery made a splendid record of which the people of the district are justly proud Here's our hat off and our hand to xou, Charte, old enm-IHjse- d Ml lr. VV "Honor Roll Bank" .n.,.,r - nis Kit It H JM& VMLaamaaaB U 1 fDtwKmMaSjkwtkW HruBvkV.3lhVBaVaaV4aBBaaa. csXcj;'Kyo; 1 A Interior Journal : Why No Tax Bill Was Passed, A great howl is being made in many papers because the late legislature did ii' t past- a new revenue and taxation law to raise more money to meet the state's increasing expenditures and indebtedness. Some of the papers go so far as to say that the legislature was absolute! incomocntcnt and unable to properly consider such a measure. Perhaps so; we suggest that a number of the editorial writers and wise guys of some of the dailies be employed by the state to draft a suitable measure for passage by the next General Assembly, The one and only reason why the recent session did not pass a new tax law is this: A big majority of the members did not care to take a chance on raising taxes on the farmers, who are already paying the biggest share - Stanford, Ky. Dear Interior and Lincoln county friends, as my husband is sending in a subscription for our dear old Lincoln county paper, I thought 1 would Hvritc a few tines to my friends and acquaintances, in my home county I vitlt my five children left Stanford on the 27th of November, and reached Ages near noon, on the 28th. where wc joined husband and father, and here at this little town we took our abode. Ages, is a very pretty little town situated on Clover Fork, one of Cumberland rhcr's tributaries. Tliii town is what ou might term on a boom, houses going up every day and there is strong talk of three new jHFeel WW It HeaLlW m M PiM'Tar-llaorfm boat. It loothtt m "WbeayoatwaJlowDr. y you can fell It m mni tmoothtt lb m nwMpot"Majt Orunajr Mtctl. Tlut' Qnanj't way of UTtnf It, afttr IchtrHun Tear ol riptrlenct. Gui ro ftay ii bilr 7 CAJ1 fc EOCt ICimsJ t7 tt fti wpllr Grmttn kaowa. A fbrak H kaows, an4. aaa know Still Going At Cost 4 n t. 4 Ux rlctur at beta Orannr & ar a r.r GENUINE bolll el I I I PINE -- TAR -- HONEY KOnll. UCaU It. 00 MTUl7TI.'MlM Our entire stock of spring S&" famwxi'sXifz&teSAi sSSfH JtrTCZT XTttF-V-IL- ? J J- - VvM m ' 'v simple rule of health "3 daily called attention to by every doctor in the land, whose first question to patient almost invariably is, "Are your bowels regular?" Yet there's not one person in fifty who of all proper care of the bowels. And the result of this foolish neglect is today you are unable to free your body of waste matter at the usual lime, or if the act causes straining, If pains and discomfort, don't Id that condition occur again tomorrow. Unless your bowels can carry away the waste materials left after food is digested, decay sets in, the poisons of which, taken up by the blood, increase the risk of Typhoid Fever, Appendicitis, and many other serious diseases. In treating constipation, there is a right way and a wrong way. The wrong way is to take harsh purgatives which even though they do clear the bowels, cause griping and nausea, injure the delicate tissues, and so disturb the normal functions as to cause the return of constipation. The right way is to help Nature to produce natural movement, without pain or discomfort, by using wmmmmm Jr-'-- tliKIKJ&cfiri rHSV mwimm - kVi.;s 1 THIS nine-tent- hs 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. J. F. Cummins, Opposite Court House tttllltt tablet. One of a gentle laxative in the form of a chocolate-tastin- g these tablets eaten just before going to bed will help to restore your bowels to normal activity at a Umoultcn,your body being ttt rest, the medicine can do its best work: As a result of taking that tablet (or say two, if your case js bmceta tcill move easily and naturally I he use ol Kc.xall Orderlies t the morning. lor a few days afterward will restore nor nial regularity, bven chronic consti This enormous quantity was pation is bench led by tlicin, and if If Rexnll Orderlies do not make used with trood results by lmsy men is not necessary to continue the your bowels act right, tell us so and treatment for a long time, be who suffered from constipation, due we'll give back your money without cause, visleail oj armng to lack of exercise, or indigestion asking a single question. There is no riature, iltey simply Mp overwork by children whose caused by her to help herself. red tape to this guarantee. It means Barents realize the harmful effect of com just what it says. You sign nothing. by old people whose sys Sold only at the more mon nunratives FIRST NATIONAL BANK .VI One Hundred Million Than ore This Is Our wit i.tm rfl "Opportunity 4 - Sold Last Year Were Guarantee You Risk No Money IIMOTHY HAY FOR SALE lly weight or bate; a few tons of extra nice, bright, clean timothy hay, the kind sou like to feed jour horses We also have on hand at all tunes. Corn, Oat. both for feed and seed feed, purposes; Ship Stuff, Chicken Flour, Meal and Coal. Any order vou may give us will be promptly filled md appreciated. D. V. KENNEDY & CO., Stanford Ky. M-- 8 ml IIY seeks the man with ready money. Prepare for his coming by opening an ac- count TODAY tems cannot stand anything harsh by women during pregnancy, und ufter childbirth, when any medicine with a violent action would be particularly dangerous. Many of these people are your neighbors and friends. Ask anyone who has ever used them they'll tell you llexall Orderlies satisfied and helped them. than 7,000 llexall Store and in mis town only by ua. In vest pocket tin boxes, 10c. 25c, 1Ye 60: tions. Your word is enough. If Rexnll Orderlies do not do all you expect them to if you don't feel better ufter using them and and best find that they are the pleasantest-actin- g laxative you have ever used, wo vuut you to tell us and get your mouey back. won't hesitate, or ask you any ques- TREES Strawberry plants, fruit and shade trees, shrubs, roses, asparagus, grape vines, rhubarb, peonies, phlox, seed po 'aloes, etc. Everything for Orchard anil garden. Free catalogue. No agents 1841 H. F. Hlllenrneyer L Sons 1913 Nurscrtnen since 1841 Lexington, Kentucky at this strong Bank." 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 S1.60 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. Car Northern Seed Just in. Telephone 1 1 FEEDS Penny's Drug Store Stanford, Kentucky. 1. C. McClarj 11 1A. aA UNDtKTAKER AND EMBALMEP, Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35 STANFORD. KENTUCKY. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY T1IK INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MARCH 74, 1914. New Spring Dress Materials With fashion pointing to the very loose fitting, draped styles for Spring, no other materials will take the place of Soft Silks, Soft Woolens, Soft Cottons. We have all the pretty new materials for waists, skirts, and costumes. We are showing almost an endless variety of materials and colors. Among fabrics most in demand are Crepe de Chine, Messoline, Soft Moire, Embroid- 3 ered Crepe, Splashed Crepe, Check and Stripe Crepes, Jewel Print Crepe. We have some choice patterns that come only one of a kind. If you select one of these we will not duplicate it. Come early and make a selection, as desirable materials are scarce. Stanford, MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVES Can Not and Do Net Touch the Liver Thajr waj clear nut lha Intratlnal trart, but ilonot relieve thr iUimuril-- u p tale. Hoot (rtllnl Years mro . OUt It DOW lO Uj btl-- SEVERANCE & SON :rr IIikkiiii has retnriH'd to KENTUCKY Grasselli Spray Products on hand at W. II. Glasgow " r1 Mrs (i IL Maker, of Junction City, was here Mondat with relatives anil friend Mis Vc hi Carter has heen eonfin el t her lit fl for seiral days on ac fei n.unt of illness ( I Carter, of (Irccnslioro, N' ( , was the guest of Ins lirother. 11 I) (jrter last week PERSONAL and SOCIAL Carter, of Mr and Mrs. W U "WORKS WONDEKS ' l.ilianoii Jimclion, are flic guests of D Mrs l'ouui (iiHide Mi Mattic (iriiitrail. of Loumilk MANY a piece of old W () Walker. Kolieit Woods. T tloomcd to in llic Kiiost nf Mm J Ireland lirucc and J t. Itr.uk atteudtd court end in a dark uurret, can Mm rimrlow V June is vmicwli.it al Lancaster Mond.i). be restored to beauty and ittiiMvt-.- l after Iicimk intc ill for usefulness by a coat of Mr C .inline Dawes, of Cincinnali, la) is the guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr PEE GEE SpnKcns, of Mm Mrs t W l.ovell it tlic izucst of her limtlicr, V. and It Is easily applied, dries Miss jtimii i?iiiu,tii li.is II .Spramni ami vtifr l.clMtmn iiulckly and adds to tho life to her home at Lancaster after a vis and appearance ol floors, l)rniit Inlcrii.il tcvtnuc (.'ollrctnr it to hor sister. Mrs Charlotte Warren furniture, and woodwork Htivvan Saiillrv lrfl Miiiul.it inornuiL.' Miss John Hilton and little Tee Gee is a Stain to mirct several (liMilloncs in iiuce. Cicil liaison, of l.ancater have and VarnUh combinedmade anil 'a)ttc counties. Uin the guests of relatives and friends especially for beautifying homes Cl)ilr Clucll, of ltiiian.iKili. lus here Pee Gee comet J M l.ovell. who has heen visitmK Ixm here for srvrral lavs visiting Iim in 11 Natural Wood colors. aunt, Mrs J. V l.unvloril. who lias his daughter. Mrs J II Slaughter at White, Gold and Silver Enlit en iu't ill. Iii t is Mo to u tii a l.i'lktiion. Ind , is the guest of Ins amel. All sizes iI.uikIiUi, Mrs. Silas Jone at Corner little now PEASLEE-GAUI.DERMix MoIIic DaiiKlirrty i quite ill (t CO. like inlldniinatnry Mr and Mrs John II Jackson, of nilli MimctlniiK INCO.M.TID at the home of Mr, llcttic Walton, wire here the past week, visMJnafsCturcrs LOL1SVI1.I.K, KY. Fowler, where hc was lakm sudden-I- ) iting lioitu folks. They left Monday Wew Stanford Drug Co, fvr i'mullr, where the) will visit Mrs ill !at week lilcilvoe Ha i ley n out again after Jackson's parents, before going to their Stanford, Ky. ngcle. Cal I.on new home in I.os bong confined to his home mar Gap with a ery severe attack don Sentinel George W Ilrovvn. of McLean, 111., His throat is Mill in a of tonvilitiv uttirncd home this vvitk after a ten mtv had condition. however U. B. Pruitt, Moreland, Ky (Itncral Ilojkkicpcr J T Kmbr). of davs' visit to his partiiiv Mr and It was Ins first the State Auditor's olhcc at I'rankfnrt, Mrs S M. Ilrown in six car. He BOB BROWN WINS AT SOMERSKT Kiit Sunday with lu wife and f.iniilv visit to Keutuikv likei Illinois, hut ays tliere li n here. Mr is somewhat after a s'Ncrc mirc with rheu place like old KentiiCi.. Othinatijiu ntoiiKttc (innstead rdtirncd Newspaperman Lands Postoffice Miss ers Who Gel Good Jobs Capt and Mr Joe l.vnn ( otTc) and home this wiek from a six' weeks' visit little son, Shelh), of hrar.kforl, spent t. A.ldand, Winchettcr and Lcmhk Miss I. ula Jones, who has a several d.i)s at home last vvevk Cat ton (Cincinnati l'niiitrcr) Colftv, who u the er cfficunt and K'Kxl position at Crab Orchard, was A philosopher once said that 'cverv-ihui- i; popular clerk of th.- v,jii prjuirtiiiart visitniK her parints, Kcv and Mrs. J .;ililfc fiflv nft," and lh.it. it i.itiiriUv ami Smulaj LonuhI s ir.il da.-has U'tn laid up don l.cho an alnetss on a t otl stems, i uIhuU to he exemplified through the contests for two Kemuckj posioffices. At Somerset the fiht narrowed down to Kohert I.. Ilrown, a newspaper man, and Sam V Hicks, a From Washington this vveik Kroccr came the announcement that llrmvn's name is to o to the Senate for confirmation Simiiltaiieouslv there conies from Somerset the statement that the defeat of Hicks was due solely to the fate that ho is slicjitl) afflicted with deafness, thoue.li the writttu opinion of a Cincinnati specialist was to the effect that his aural organs were no1 t Mt. Ster-I.iiperuiiiuntly impairtil. the filit i. between I.. T. Chiles, i urocer, and Squire Tinner, a newsWhen you have found no remedy for the horrors that paper man The friend, of Chiles this oppress you during change of life, when through the long wnk forwarded to Washington affi hours of the day it seems as though your hack would break, davits coitcvrnitiK tlie ileafue-- s of Tur-h- t when your head aches constantly, you are nervous, deand offered lo ia the expenses of any person the Postoffice Departpressed and suffer from those dreadful bearing down pains, ment might select to come to Kcntuckv don't forget that Lydia E. 1'inkham's Vegetable Compound uul make an examination and n.porl is the safest and surest remedy,and has carried hundreds The Sinator upon Turner's hearing. of women safely through this critical period. who had the laM sa m the matter of Read what these three women say: the recommendation of Itrovvn at Som irsit is luiking Turner at Mt Ster-Im- . bvl UQtltr It rortlllealarter aialulhut (ril frarfullr, with hroimhl out tha the crip talrn til. Uv VI Arnold was here from Danville .Stind.i) I I. Tottcii, of J.tliniKMi, was here last link on Imsiness Mrs Will Porter is at Richmond in the (iiIimiii Itros.' Infirtu.tr) for trcat-mti- DIIIl. iASIPJ TiTivTfll I gPf UE-NU-L- $ Uncle Hardin Yowell Celebrates Again In Memoriam "L nclc" Hardin Viuitl on 'lluirsia M.irlm ilinl at lur lmtne VUtli liirthila) at h' March .1, 1014, agetl 8.1 )ear, Umviiik iilelnated Ills home neir lirailfonNviilc lit is i M ,itid I'r.ink jovihk hi; ttsit.it kooiI htjlth and Ins Caniilcn tun sons, J M.irtm, of Ciiicitrn.it i. ami several uiiu friemls hen and throtiKiiimt tin. Kri'icUiililrcii to mourn her los She count) li.ipe that he mav live Li ttk I i ..,i. . limit. tl with the Doiihle SpriMi;s Hii hr.ite trian) more inrttnUts I nlerirte tut hnreli at .in e.irh .ie anil hti all wajs ImiiI a cotiiiMuit Christian Read This life .mil after a feu mint v.u li) The Texas Wonder Knhicv Hi lIicUhii, th.-- remains were lanl cures dinbttes, and all irregulari cs of the k'lilui'v and bladder in bolli to rist in the V.i)iirOiiirK cemeter) Mr M.in in fei K Vix IT. FT ,v sf,,.w. 5?" I w I fiotie hut not forKotteti, pricnnis one from us has ine voice we loved is stillul, iiiace is vacant in our home Winch never ran lie filled Cum! in lli wisdom has recalled 1 ne Imkhi his love li.nl Kivcn, nil tliouuli the hodv slunilicr here The soul is safe in llcavm. guts ur n'ei' and womtn. If not sold bv druggist will be stilt In mail n rt dipt of jl. One small lmtlle is tw mouths' treatmtnt and seldom fails Send for Kentiukv to perftct a cure Dr I). U Hall. 29Jii testimonial I Olive strett St ouis Sold bv drug ( (K tI "'' a feirrt2Ss:ili Make the QEd U7.7.K C.MI1I Georgia Planter's Advice To Kidney Sufferers Regarding the wonderful curative I merits of jour Swamp-Knocannot say too much. fler suffering scv erilv for three jears or more with severe pains caused liv weak kidnevs. I was finallv induced to try Swamp Root through a testimonial I read in I was one of the newspapirs in such a onilifoti that I Was ohligid to arise from in) bod sue or eight limes ever I purchased nipht a fiftv cent bottle and before it was u.ed I felt so much relit f that I purchased a liottlc and bv the tune this was taktu tin old pains had left my back and I emtid sleep the whole niglit tluough. I am a retirtd planter, 70 years of age, and owing to Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, I am in the best of health and ft el like a boy I am alvvavs glad to recomimnd Swamp-Roo- t to those who ours, are in need of it. Sincercl) C. IS. USSKRY, ISroucrsvillc, da. Personally appeared before me. tins Slh day of September, 1909. C, E. who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the. same is in fact. truth in substance-anNotarv Public. T. II McLAXK, t, one-dollUs-sir- Kllis-Imr- K ffl A 11 One Lone Germ Breeds Millions tore or rut let, tha rcrtni unlrlhr tkin. I don t itop III trrrduliElhcrewiilb mllllou In a I. w djra. A Orchard Pay by spraving it with IIU &fie Standard Spray Pump I used the above product last year with won- Slop th Brrtdlnr H hh DR. BELL'S Pit-la- li - 5 Antiseptic Salve It ctotn th breed In it at tme. It Wf pi iwir all other serm. It sooth et and heal as iur a you uw It. A 15. bos will prevent hundred f of dollar ol trouble. It By Th BalP "Ml Reaches the tnpmmt branches of youi highest ticcs o He ttvunj. Vou can ikftroy ttie peals on your crapcvlnej niitl mike the potato buea Ulaippenr over niiiht. Our special knapsack nlt.ichrneiit enahles jou to pray nci(l croiis a uasiaiyou can tt alt. The .standard Spruy Iiimp will wtiiie-wns- h ymr firm bulMlugs, diiinfect yourciucken coops aDti spmi tmirlive lock with sanitary dip Drop In derfully satisfactory reF. REID. sults. Have you tried this wonderful product? T HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT I Ma-m- i" The Peopled Market Place Advertise What You Have to Sell Money to loan on easy terms. Bromley & Bromley, Stanford, Ky. Dr. Craig will be in Stanford this week. Those who need Rlasses should 22-call at once. ii and let us show you how it works. IF NOT Why Not? , W. H. HIGGINS gH id (3ammmmmmmtmammm.cur, VV1"1"" n ssM Jilfif I - fr , !", Letter to Dr. Kilmer ft Co., Uic,;baiiiiuii, If. V. ot kind and the riyht Mueller. Watches, jewelry etc., the right prices. W. H f FOR KLNT tract of grass laud, Prove What Swamp-RoWill Do For barn, about twentv fruit tries on it, You water, also a separate stable. Mrs. Mat-ti- e Semi tin cents to Dr Kilmer Co, p V Kirb ItuiKhampton, N Y., for a sample sue It will convince anwmc. Ynu liottlc will also receive a liooklet of valuable FOR SL1'-- - Ilrown Leghorn eBjrs. information, telling alxuit the kidnevs V setting of fifteen for fift cents and bladder When writing, be sure I'houe 115 W. Hubble Fxchanue Mr an I mention the Interior Journal Ref- Nannie Lawrence, Lancaster, Ky R M .? -ill ir fiftv-ccand size bot R. 2. ties lor sale at all dtiiK stores F.vcrjbody Kues to the opera luuisi house FOR SALK A vacuum cleaning w.ikoii, a profitable business new hand plant setter, at W II and suiall investuunt. Will personally I litems'. Tobacco men should sec it install the business. March tin moith to start. Write K. L. Opdcn, Harlan, .'J-Jone-doll- WLen You Do Saioke Get the Most Out of It. CMOKi: cifpirs that have been kept uniformly inoKt, and properly handled. Ha ana, Porto llican and Domestic cijjars should each be kept in a separate compartment so that the original flavor and aroma of each kind of tobacco is carefully preserved. 1 hat's one of the fine points in Cigar selling that most dealers overlook, but it's a sort of hobby with us. You'll find most of the le:idinj brands at our store, and in perfect condition. If vc huu'iit your fa wile va will be ylad to get it. Kv. J4-.- 1 Those of Middle Age Especially. K WISHED SHE s COULD DIE And Dc Free From Her Troubles, The Moler Uarbcr Collese, of 'J I Cincinnati, O., wants men to learn llarber trade. They offer a splendid inducement and a short term completes. They mail free a beautiful catalogue and ask all our readers to send for it. J-- 4 tli avtnue, Penny's Drug Store Stanford, Ky. p but Finds Better Way. From Mrs. Hornung, Buffalo, N. Y. UurFAto, N. Y. " I ra writing to let you know how much your medicine has dono for me. I failed terribly during tlio last winter and 8Ujnmcr and every ono remarked atxiut my appearance. I suffered from a female trouble and always had pains in my back, no uppetlto and at times was very weak. "I was vihitingat a friend's hous ono day and she thought I needed Xydia K. lMnklmm's Vegetable- Compound. I took it and have gained eight iiounds, have a good appetite- and am fooling better every dav. KverylHxly is asking mo what I am doing and I lvcommend Lydia K. Jlnklmm'rt Vegetablo Compound. You may publish this letter if you wish and I liojio others who have tho samo complaint will bco it and get health from your medicine as I did." Mrs. A. IIounumu, til btanton .St, Hutmlo, N. Y. - So. HicimoNB, Va. u I was troubled with a tearing down pain and a female weakness and could not stand long on my feet. Of all tho medicines I took nothing hclied me liko Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable Comiiouud. I urn now regular and am getting along fine. I cannot praise tho Comiund too much. It has Ihumi a blessing to mo and I hone it will bo to other omen." .Mrs. 1). Tvlkii, 23 West Cloptou St., .South Itluhmond, Va. Lorn, Wis." I was in a bad condition, suffering from a femalo trouble, and I had buch jwins in my sides I could hardly move. I hud taken tho uholo of one bottle of Lydia E. lliiklmiu'ri Vegetable Comix)uiid I folt better, and now I am well and can do a good dav's work. I toll ou'rybodv what your medicine has done for mo." Wisroiisin. Mrs. John Tjiojiivon, Far 30 years Lydia E. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound has been (ho standard remedy for female UN. No ono sick with womuu's ailments does Justice to bcrolt' If she docs not try this famous iHedlciae mado from roots and herbs, it has restored so wuay suffering women to health. Was A Blessing To This Woman. Pains In Side, Could Hardly Stand. Ho-Xo- ro Columbia. Tenn. "Many a lime," says Mis. Jessie Sharp, of this place. for an We offir Om-- IImiJn-- l lMlxr, "I wished f would die and be relieved ra of Cul rrU trut canni.t U iurtl ty Italia Catarrb Cure. of my suffering, from womanly troubles. r. j tui:.M.v .v. to.. Toledo, o. couli not get up, without pulling al We. the tinjfnljmcl, hTH known V. J. - to help me, and stayed in bed Chcutr lor Ibe Ij.i 3 )r.tr end trlleor tilm Speaking of Mistuiasters, A. R. Dchc someiliinLerlecilj tioiiorublr Iu all tu.n.H iransaftlona the former newspaper man, who has a most ol the time. 1 could not do my and lU' to CJrry i.ul anjr KbUnatluni IUU5CWOrK. mad tjr lit. Arm. commission to the Postmastership at NAT. BANK OK COMSIKM'K. i The least amount of work tired me lil.Uu. OlilO. London, feigned l) formir PresnUnt out. My head would swim, and I would Haifa t'ken and former i tremble for an hour or more. Finally. I 41ns?ll ratirrh Cure t and Intrnatlr. arllns Taft William Howard Kurfarra ct umi Itie tlood T5 IV.tlm'Hil.Ii Ilia I'osttnastci'-tiuicra- t Frank Hitchcock i look Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I crsta ;alriaIxittle. Nld hj allml frn'. lirnEKl.K. lT for a term of four ears from tlie nmili am not bothered with pains any more, Take llult'a I'antlr I'I'U dr iulli'tlon. and 1 don't have to bed. In fact, day of August, 1912," is making a 1 am sound and well of ail my troubles." effort to retain the office Taul Jesse's shop Cardui goes to all the weak ngauut I'ugene W llackmn. .the helps to make them strong. It spots and and Hustonville, a casing belonging to acts with )outhful. Democrat who this week was nature not against her. It is for the an automobile. Return and receive $1 . p named by l'rcident Wilson to suc- tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel Will Riffc. Hustonville He points to the fact as if everything were wrong, and need ceed l))clit' something to quiet that K. M. Jackson, appointed during strengthen, the worn-o- their nerves and FOR SALK. A small grocery and system. Cleveland's first term, was permitted fixtures, good stand and good trade If you are a woman, suffering from any to serve out the full four jears by the of the numerous symptoms John II of womanly near depot iir Rowland, Ky. 20-Harrison Administration, and that Jas trouble, take Cardui. It will help you. Higgins. I by At all druggists. Weaver, who was appointed President Harrison, was permitted to I'lease send in at once the dollar that Cha'ltnoof t Mtdfclnt Co.. LtdlM H'tiii Adowrr bct, Chtnanoot. Tna. lor snati fill out the term under Cleveland' sec)tu owe for vour subscription aud get on rourcut una 0 pii cook.MHonn dtninistration. Djche has for ri..' ptnl (or Womtn." in plin wupptr. M.C. lit vour name on the next honor roll. ond warded to Washington a remonstrance signed by many of the Republican patrons of th: London Postoffice Faigene Hackney will be one of the voungett s. if not the .vuiuiKest, of Kentucky He is 25. He it a natural-bor- n olitician, and comes from a long ANNOUNCES line of sturdy mountain Democrats. 1 tiiiaoi-lall- r iu(H-h- i des-pua- lc to-p- o LOST-Ilctwedew-aid22-4ut 4 How's This? l at L. L. SANDERS, VUiiutvw A Bran New Line of Dress Ginghams Crab Orchard. I '', f Boots & Herbs wBfej GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Roclpos of Charlie White-MooTho Cow-bo- y Bctbalist, for tho treatment of human ailments. Endorsed In the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Oroat Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for tho Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write n, Post-mastir- IBJDfWrlte to LYBIA K.PINKIIAM MEDICINE CO. (CONFIHENTUL) LYNN, MASS., for advice. Teur letter will bo oueaedt read una answered Cy ;v wotuau aud held iu strlrt conlldeiicc. Pf KE3TSriin4w Tried to Do Right, Anyway. Editor Sbelton Sautley, of the Journal, and Lincoln's representative iu the General Assembly, was Avith friends in lliif city yesterday. He was one of the few legislators who can reasonably be proud of their rc,eoid. Danville Advocate. Spring Opening SATURDAY, MARCH 28TH; 1914 Special attention is called to the Smart and Dressy Models for the Tot to the Grown up Miss. CHARLIE WIIIE-MOO- N rw CiwUj idrtiM esuaiNaTON or WIITEIWlit CNUEMCIHtll I Mrs. CHARLIE Ireatiway WHITE-MOO- N :niti(t 4 tCltKt Wrf 3731 West Louisville, Kentucky t i. rjr. T THK IWTKRIOK JODKlfAt 8TAWF0KD, KKHTtfCKT. TPBSPAV, MARCH 34, H14. For Rent--A SxedpaM 8lTSiDEWHjjS Cottage on Lower Main Street Beef and Milk nurnn' A-ple- nty Adam Pence" Good Farm Wagon or Field or Garden Seeds ' Go To Cattle are kent fnrlu-tnr twf nm. duction and for milk production. To do cither rlcht they must be healthy. There Is nothing better to keep them in continued pood health, or to make them well quickly when sick, than a few doses ol When you want Any time into! mr utianything wronf with Ihcm I the tntm a lew doses ol D e e D e e le tct KSffilfft Bee Dee is FARM AND STOCK STOCK MEDICINE STOCK MEDICINE. Tliej soon set well. John S. Carroll. Moorhtad, Miss. 25c, Boc and $1. per cm. At iroar d atefa. Stlra up the liver Drives disease poisons away. F. D. Newland Opposite Court House ft The Western Horseman published at Chtrtigo, has a finely illustrated arti cle in regard to the Futurity winning Carroll Duddcrar sold to R C colt. Homer Baughman, ovum! by John S. Baughman & Son, of Danville, in a calf for $37.50. which it says "One of the best cam C. I Duddcrar bought of Dan paigns ever made by a three-- ) ear-ol- d a yearling for $32. pacer was that of the bay colt, Homer Shell Oatts, of Danville, sold to J. T. Baughman. 2 OS brought out by ' the veteran trainer, Crit Davis, during i ci,ii-..- .t ....... I... eet ml the past season, but driven in the maj. J. II Ilustte sold to John Rigsby orit)Mf his races by that other veteran, ! five vrarling at $25 per head. F Gccrs. The colt started racing earl) in the season and continued A pair of five-- ) ear-ol- d WANTED. You don't run any risk using Rattle Filat It it For almoil half a century Nutlc Ptlat hat stood tbrmipb to lb. r1nr not oil' tftkfn the test of time. 23-- 1 tmrac uiiilei. Dr. Hugh Hcid. fsra&ti to g jtrfcet sfetettsa. longer, and.there-forpart in the pacing futurities 'for hisl It U the unadulterated combination of the It covert more surface, lasts FOR SALE llrood and draft but also started in class events for finest Pure White Lend, Zinc Oxide, and Genuis more economical than any other paint. Keeps your house bright and attractive and mares. A W. Carpenter, Moreland. F nged horses and in hU entire cam ine Linseed Oil in correct proportions. enhances its value. The formula i plainly printed on every can. W II. llurton, of Lancaster, sold to paign be was never worse than third a remarkable campaign for a green, Will Robinson, of Doyle county, a mule pacing colt Every Gee ft for ?225 K. B Creech, ot near Lancaster, Stock Good", Mill and Home for Sale Paint, Creoetaln, lor Roota; Pee Cea Barn Adamant Floor I will sell privately my house and sold to Will Rogers, of Point Lcavcll Paint, Pee Gee Porch Paint, Pee Cee Carriefe, three acres of land, all ncccs'tuy out a mule for $130. Implement, and Wajon Paint, buildings, etc. also mv stock of generSSS S3 Beautifully illustrated book, for retinishlnf. woodwork; and other Stapp. of Garrard county, Forest ss "Homes, and How to Paint invoicing from $1,800 popular Pea Gee Finishes, sold to Mr Norton of Danville, a al merchandise, thing clean and nicc to $2.(00, evrrv of 45 Tnm," alio color card road horse for $150. located at Millcrigcvillf, Ky Will also color combinations. Ask ut W. R. Cook, of Lancaster, iKiught sell my little grist mill with first class for other booklet! and color of Mrs Davidson, also of Lancaster a power gasoline engine This cards of Fee Git FUUhn. or pair of mules for $265. for am one and will write direct to is a nice Imsnu-sWill Robinson, of Ibnle county pay vou to investigate Lafe Morgan, 24-Cs.,Uainill,lT. bought a mule of A, W Kavanaugh, R F' I) 2, Moreland, K) STANFORD, KENTUCKY tMcoiroaiTio. of Lancaster, for $150 85 COMMISSIONER'S SALE BB 9Bjeieaufi Wison Rogers, of Lancaster lought sBs rtBSBBR Plff of John Gastincau. of Garrard county, Ebbert Florence etc., Notice of Sale s a sadde horse for $100. Florence, etc., Defts. Green Cla.v Walker, of Lancaster, Lizzie Pursuant to a judgment of the Linlought of Logan Ison, of recently coln circuit court, rendered at the Feb. interest and cost to wit First tract south liy the center of the Knob Lick Iinantsville. a gelding for $240. SHERIFF'S SALE. lly virtue of execution No. 1,8(10 di- bounded thus, beginning in the center dirt road and on the cast of the center ruar) 1914 term, the undersigned Gar-ra- d Luther Hunt, of Point Lcavell, rected to me which issued from the of the Danville and Hustonwllc turn- - of the Danillc and Hustonville turn will on. county, sold to Charlts Ham, of one clerk's office of the llojle Court in pike near the town of Shelby City, pikc road and containing about Monday, April Utb, 1914 Garrard county, a gelding for $155. 0 poles with acre. thence N. S3 W. 50 favor of David Baird & Son against Icing the same propertj com eyed Center Ilrosl, of Garrard ciimty, at 1 o'clock P M., in front of the court Mary D. Ilttrkc for the sum of three John Durham's line to a stone comer mule of Will house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for hundred and to same in old Shelby survey, thence b deed from F L. Shipmau etc., to F. bought a five-- ) car-ol- d and fifty one dollars V. 56 poles P. and J. V Burke and afterwards Robinson of lloylc county for $225. forty fnc cents, ($351.45) with six per with said line S. 19 sale at public outcry to the highest and thereon from the 2oth. with stone corner in old Breckinridge conveyed F. T Ilurke and wife to J. cent interest WANTED Two gilts for breeding E. V. Ilurke In deed recorded in Deed purposes: llerkshirci slock preferred. best bidder the following described day of July 1912 until paid, also the line, thence with said line S. 63 poles to the center of the Hook, No. 35, page 352, in the Lincoln Address E J H, Box 513, Stanford lp real estate in Lincoln county on Hurri- sum nf $12.10, the accrued cost and for .13 turnpike. County Clerks's Office and the same Is Danville and Hustonville f the further cost of this1 action. bought of Tohn cane Creek, Ixmnded on the west b) J 11. 1, or one of my deputies will on thence with said turnpike X. 39 h. 38 levied upon the life estate of Mary D. Head, Hustle recently of Pulaski county, 68 hogs av- Jarrctt Johnson, north by Wm. Rice, poles to the corner in center of Ilurke in said property Monday, April 13, 1914 between the E. TkKMS . Sale will be made on a eraging 86 at seven and a half cents east by Howard and Bennett UiiiN, on hours of one o'clock I. M. and two o'- same, thence with same X. 24 0 p..!cs to the beginning, con34 credit of Mx months, liuiid with apTilford Alexander of Hcdgevillc south of Bennett and county road conclock P. M. al the Court House door in Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentdcky, taining secntien acres and twenty proved security required, bearing in- bought of hd. Rogers, of Garranl taining 134 acres more or less. expose to public sale to the highest nine poles more or less, Second tract, terest at the rate of six per cent per county a pair of horse mules for $240. Purchaser to execute bond with six bidder, the following property or so liounded on the North by the property annum from day of sale and haling & Fox, of Bojle county. per cent interest, due and pa)able six Bright much thcrof as may be necessary to of Nannie Wolf, on the west by the the force and effect of sale bond. Imuuht of X. V. Koeers. ot Paint months from date, with approved sc satisfy the amount of Plaintiffs debt. property of Abraham S.lt. oil the J. G. Wcallicffofu S. L. C Lick Garrard county, a pair of mules This the 7th day of March 1914 curily and lien on property with force for $400. and effict of judgment E. P. Woods sold Hill's S. C. R. I. Reds and S. C. White Orpingtons. Jack For Sale jack by his old jack Clifton to J F March 19th 1914, A four-- j ear-ol- d black jack, with Cook & Co., of Lexington last week E. D, PENNINGTON, M C L C C Hae won first prizes at Louisville. (State Fair)' Hopkinsviltc. Richmond Danville and Stanford, in 1913. white points, plenty of bone and ear, for $000. My birds are not only prize winners, but Norgroat egfj machines. Ten pens mated, eggs at reasonable prices. Write for FOR SALE. A in good flesh, well broke. He has man colt, weighs 1,400 pounds; in ormating list and show record. Also Fawn Indian Runner ducks eggs for getter. Will dinary flesh. S. H. Baughinan, Stan proven himself a sure colt A. C. Hill, Stanford, Kentucky. sale. Red cockerels for sale at S2 to sell at a bargain. A. G. T. Smith, ford, Ky. tf L CjW aaaLv. Stanford, Rout 2, Box 121, Danville J. H. Bustle sold to Jones & Cress 20-- 4 delivered 35 125 Telephone, 118 2 rings. pound hogs to be LaBawk ' about the 10th of April at eight cents I have two pens that are prize winners; one headed by cockerel of indi- icliial merit; the other one by yearling cock that is hard to beat. Eggs from per pound. cockerel pen, J1.50 per 15, eggs" from cock pen, $1 per 15. V A. Lear, a prominent stock dealROBERT CARTER er, of Lancaster bought of Scott Huffman, of Garrard, a sow and eight Having decided to change my resi- pigs for $36. dence, I will offer at public outcry on FOR SALE. Haled, timothy hay, Saturday March 28th, 1914, at my feeti and seed oats. A. W. Carpenter. When you invest your money in my white Plymouth Rock Eggs, you have home in Hustonville, Ky., the following Moreland, Ky, Phones Hustonville or made a profitable investment. You will get birds that arc thoroughbred and as white as snow, I guarantee to please ou. Send in your order now. personal property, consisting of house. Junction City FOR SALE One pair thrce-- v ear-ol- d Price $1.50 and $1 and 50c for 15 eggs. Will give a discount on 100 egg lots. sewing hold and kitchen furniture, alHave a few cockerels at $1 each. L. W. Cundiff, Liberty, Ky. machine, good oil stove, one good mule; one heavy hay. W. A. mule; Baby WfclU Hatcher, so some timothy IMS BUrrH.si cajck "Poyal" giaphophouc and other musi- Mouland, phone Hustonville ex. lp Remedy cal instruments, two pair of scale, Without thrM two sus'sntcM J. H. Bustle out on Route 4, sold jou cannot sueceol with poultry. e three shot guns, 1 wagon, to Jones & Cress 49 hogs at eight No other preparation Is as fuul th first Bred upon best foundation stock for yearr for egg production, type and col147 three weeks as Pratt. Babr Chick Faod-t- ic. one double set of harness, 2 sets single cents per pound. 25 averaged or. Fggs fertile, chicks strong. Eggs tor hatching Not high priced, but (Oc and t!.to--ib only a4 ration. pounds and 24 averaged 137 pounds. harness, farming implements, gardenwill produce what you want. Write. Insures lust srowth. Al the public sale of Mrs. Nannie D. ing tools, carpenter tools. Also 50 To prevent Intestinal t rookie the one J. C. McCLARY, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Guyn, executrix of Jas. W, Guyn, desure speciDo Is Pratta White Diarrhea bales of straw, one sow and four nice ceased, near Wilmore. an old mare Remedr-2- 3c and After they pass the early critical period they mature shoots. sold for $26; a milk cow for $0l ; corn quirkly Into profit paying nmnbert ot your flock. Terms of Sale Cash in hand. in the crib $4.15 a barrel. Refuse substitutes; Insist on Pratta. Bros.' of Garrard county. FOR SALE Eggs from pure bred Indian Runner Ducks, $1 per setting A. C. LANCASTER. Hustomille. Ky Center ,5atUfactin Guaranteed or Money Back bought of C. C Davis, of Lancaster, a ot lo. wolford N. LovclJ, Stanford. 24 Sale begins at 1 o'clock sharp. 23-i7f i "ratta oultry AvoJc ,S saddle horse for $150 They also bought 24 800 pound cattle of J. W Walker, For sale by New Stanford Drug Co., cents per pound Stanford, Ky F. L. Davis & Son, of Lancaster, at 7 TO THE FARMERS.-- Wc arcln the Stanford, Ky, 4043. n firm wool business for the of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, Tcnn., and will pay of ipnnKfield, highest prices for same. We want jour trade, bee us before sou sell. J D. Fads & Son, Alfred, Stanford, Ky. The biggest sale of real estate in It has the only real continuous iWW ,Henry or Shelby counties so far this JSmSS&W aW& door opening. jcar, was made last week when ti. t Linei. of Henry county, sold to Pren ' ssT KBBMmlMtkiL Hoops made of tested steel. tice Clubb, a Shelby county farm of Hoops can be adjusted from Ud150 acres lor $2tW0U and to Koy Jones der front door frame. a residene .in Plcasurcvillc for $9,000. Doors mado of California RedThe sale of John Shutts in Rockcaswood, "The Wood Eternal." tle, last week was well attended and The location of our factory gives as fair prices prevailed. The farm was lowest freight from mills to factory, and from bought by J. II Bullock for $1,210; to you. (ill m hllir SIU mj Sf rasas by horses brought $40 to $100; a cow $55; Wtaiag us tody for catalog and prices. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. sheep $6 and $7 a head; hogs seven (ucoiporaUa) cents a pound; vearling cattle $18 per r,Htrof. iwitmu 11 head. Farming implements and houselookhold goods brought fair prices. For Sale. One jack 8 years old, black with white points, fine breeder mSe? jHsVV'NyV and colts sell high. Four Shetland, 2 marcs and 2 horses, two broke to I 'wW(MM0HD.KX drive, 1 flock of Cashmere and mixed A TralBliia; goati will sell one or several to suit School for Teackcra purchaser. Lock box 161, Stanford, fwra4a.iliaei u TlimmUrj laWsnakdUUttsl 23 It true economy to select the best paint your money will buy. It costs you just as much to pnint your property whether you use inferior paint or Mastic Paint, the kind that lasts. Results will prove this to you in n short time. He on the safe side and use Mastic Paint. nil STANF0RB, NY. NEWS Never Before Children. Have we shown as complete a line of Pumps and Oxfords for Women and Come In and look over our line before buying your Easter Footwear. Specify It In Your Contract e, There's Pee Finish For Purpose W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. 1 FREE 1 1 For Sale by Feed and Field Seeds Full and Complete Sticks. We are glad to receive voir orders. New Stanford Drug Company s rcatlec-Ganlbt- 3 jKjgiMat$jj! ! Hone 54. J er GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky -- ""HW 40-1- BRING YOUR CAR TO 72-1- REID'S GARAGE STANFORD, KENTUCKY 24-3- Export Mechanician in charge of repair work of all kinds. Vulcanizing. PARTS and SUPPLIES FURNISHED PRICES REASONABLE 23-3- F three-year-o- John O. Reid, Prop. Phone 203 . Barred Plymouth Rocks .aal raaaafl Public Sale FLORIDA Tin it the Season when Urec'cs and flriKlu Sunjhine make Golf, Tennis, llatlung, Riding, and all other Outdoor Soortt especially White Plymouth Rock Eggs. 13-- tf Prs!& Prevent pr!& SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premium Carrier of the South Offers excellent becme Commercial service and most attractive routes Historic to that Wonderful Garden Spot of the World. S. C. Buff Orpingtons two-hor- Indian Runner Duck Eggs For Sale tc Stop En Route at Theic Famom Southern Resorts AIKEN CHARLESTON SAVANNAH AUGUSTA COLUMBIA SUMMERVILLE Asheville in 'The Land of the Sky" Very Low Homcsrrkcrs' Fares Winter Tourists Fares Variable Stopovers and other special fcaturet. For information as to schedule, fates and through Sleeping Car service communicate with your local agent or 2 ll lour JfckW EASTER t CLOTHING well-know- Mam l'JJ7 City 938 -- U H. TODD. D. P, A, Starks Uuitdinjr. Louisville, Ky. WWWW'W"-!-- ! liiSflVAl'l'liaaaH NOW, as Easter is nearly here and YOU will want to be with the smart set, call and look OUR New Spring CLOTHING over. This means you are ing at the LARGEST line ever brought before your eyes. We show you these in all models, colors and prices. I JfcorW. TI, Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES karsj nsada his svaasa famous all ovar the , UaiUtl Statea aatj Canasta. Cosaaosssl of Roots, Herbe, Barks aael Berrkss. Far treatment of Huaeaa DieoaMe, Furalejr'a Indian Kerba-- 45 Day Tieatment, Dakota Jack's Cowboy Ualment Dakota Jack's Crane Soap. Price 10c. 3 bars fee-to- RyyBHQ sfi!r WWcr Cwa-tt- . St.04 2Se ate J Or rURSUY'S INDIAN HERBS ONIOINATO DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Coxbor AlX ON BALB AT Shugars' Drui Store, Stanford, Dakota Jack's Hon AaMraes: Ky. AtUata, Ca. Ky. 3 mStmmMffl BTaTaVR.Wsr ALSO OUR Spring Ox ford& 1 E's'iwH'iiff rtl''iif tr" m ; I KlititBmmrL&ffr'yr't zzij J have arrived and we have your size, and we are show ing more styles than any one F. Cook & Co., of Lexington, of which firm Jesse F. Cook, formerly of tins county, is ttiu, senior and inanag ing partner, were in Marion county last week, and bought seeral head of likely looking jacks, which may be used in the Cuba trade of this well known firm. Purchases! were made of the following parties of J W Funk a yearling jack for $410; from Chapman Young, a fnc-- ) car-ol- d jack for $o0; from Monroe Cecil a jack for $200; from Irvine McEI-ro- ) d jack for $.100 and a from T J Carrico an aged jack, $125. .l; three-vear-ol- tltl'tte. utuwU f arsra YttlM Lifb Alal til a TbIUm ftat at rtjUic Bpexli eW TBAIuaayttttLrl 1Trti WMIf IM0L, pa4ratU . avail. K.Krr 9. sin4 Trrn Ms." CtUUf tt bm41mbo1. M VMBBllftUUi ktl4Ju rtMB Trfaaj frM ijfl, I, J. n. .J ' Ulua 1. TWf4 pN Jusj ) - Tt luiatf Mm' CKABHK, PrrsUrnl. Co where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor cujoymeut dUpd all thought of winter's discomfort. GO SOUTH THIS WINTER WINTER TOURTsT FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA J.L.Beazley &Oo UsB. I eak INCLUDING TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA. "LAND ! !5taW.3JSr'.;':i- - ,r.U Robinson's II Stanford, Kentucky . .YOU WANT TO SELL 0U WANT TO IUY YOU WANT TO RENT -Sea- OF THC R NEW ORLCANC. LONd PANAMA AND KY." RETURN LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. YOU HAVE COLLECTION -Real Estate Atttfrcy R. D. and DICK BRUCE, UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealers in Furniture Mattbrf, Rugs. Furnl- ture Exeriw;aaj far aH Kbrit Of T1CKUTS ON SALB DAILY. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVEEQUIPMENT. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. PHONE 42 Sttck. STANF0M. KY. SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For detail consult aayTlcUt Agent or write H. C. KINS, Pawaaaer u Tlofcat Afaat 101 Eort Utln St. ImUM Ky. f- - - ji jsviil'.tuft .'i,ffi"triaiVi -- t wi A - ia .