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J Frhrts Mot Farm Ntwi and hi Rm4 ky Mora Farmers Than any OMftf CoiHilry Papr In the State. ) NO. 23. ftSTABLISHBD & Pi ..M.- - U60-3- Sth YEAR. The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 27, 1914 Thli Paper Stops When Your Time Is up Watch the Dale On Label and Renew Your Subscription Promptly. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS TEAM In KtfttC ' HUSTON VILLE POSTMASTER D. WEATHERFORD CoBKrestman Helm Wirei From Washington That Appointment Hai Been Agreed Upon Col George I), Wcatherfonl was till week ;)M)intcil postmaster at Hiistov illc ly President Wilson. New of front came direct the apiwinlmciit Congressman Helm to Col. Wcathcr-fo- r and also from Congressman Helm Clerk George II. Cooper, to Count Col. endorsed who hail strongly Wcatherfonl. Col. Wcatherfonl will succeed J, A Main, who has been the republican tmttmattcr at Hustonville for a number of years anil has made a large nutnlier of friend by lus handling of Vt the office. There are few better known democrat! In Lincoln than Col. Weather-forwho is a brother of Sheriff J O Wcatherfonl and for eari was pro- Wcatherfonl of the famous He !netor in the West Knd. and has a in othfriends all oer this er counties who will be glad to hear of hi Kod fortune There arc four other fourth class poitoffiees to fill with democrats In Congressman and Lincoln county Helm will soon be called upon to nuke from the civil service selection list Applicants for the position of fourth class post master must pass the civil sinicc examination and the selection must be made from the three making the holiest mark The offices to be filled next in Lincoln arc Crab Orchard, Wayncsburg. McKmncy and It is understood that quite Mnreland a number hac taken the examination for each office d, lc Delightful Birthday Patty enter-tamMiss Hester Hell Anderson her friends last Friday evening in honor of her fourteenth birthday Hi: home was beautifully decorated with Narcisjus and ferns. The color being pink and white, were carried out beautifully in the refreshments, ol cakes ami ices and candies Misses Rancy Katherine Anderson, Martha and Hcttie Warren assisted In entern taining. Those present were, Mr. Cooper, Miss Thelma Francis, Mr. Igo Perry, Miss Hester Belle Anderson, Mr Patterson Fanner, Miss Rachel Hill, Mr Heath Severance, Miss Muabctli Carter, Mr. John Rent McKmncy, Miss Nancy Ilium, Mr. Graig Fish, and Miss Mary Cook Heck, Mr. Joe Grimes, Miss Ida Pettus, Mr William Rcinbart, Miss Josephine Bcazley, Mr Scott Hamilton, Miss Sarah Commute)'; Mr Ernest Campbell, Miss Francis Cormincy, Misses Ida Lee Campbell, Alpha Fowle, Iva Pcpplcs, Isabella Warren Messrs Clem Hill, Mike McCarty, David Goodnight. Til-de- OOOD CITIZENS OFFER REWARD and Pistol For Arrest of Bootlegger Toteri King's Mountain Echoes King's Mountain, March 27. tit an article on the killing of James Florence bv Will Koutcn, the King's Mountain Lcho, a religious paper published every two weeks at that hustling little city, says. g It is thought by some that is being carried on about this jilacc and Wayncsburg. The citirens of this place arc sufficiently aroused over the matter to make an effort to get such things out of their midst. ll:cy called a mass meeting and came together Mondav night in the Christian church and passed some resolutions .offering a reward of $25 for anywhisky into one caught this place and $3 for shooting, etc llus ought to have been done long ago but it is better late than never, W II Hicks, Bandmaster, of formerly of Georgetown, Ky , s came over Monday and gave the of our town their first lesson Monday and Tuesday night. The boys reKirt he is fine musician and an able instructor of music He will give lessons Monday and Tuesday night of each wctk. While unloading a boiler a man by the name of Fletcher who lives at llowen got caught some how and it rolled over lus head injuring bun severely He was put on a tram going north and dieil before they got him home. Miss Mary McKcc returned home last week from Atlanta, Ga. She was the guest of her aunt there. The Litcrar) Soiccty of the Graded School met m regular session Friday, March 0 and rendered the following program Song bv sclioot; Devotional exercise by Mabel Flint: Select Reading. LiEssay, Cora Alford; ttler Wright, Quartet, by Uias lirown, Eva Leach, Wright and Russell Thompson Debate, Resolved that the Negroes have been treated with more cruelty than the Indians RusAffirmative sell Thompson, Lnic Flint and lltirrus Negative! McKcc Laura Johnson, Oliver Smith and Chas Ilrown Decisfor the Negative. ion Edgar Smith who has been visiting parents here has returned to his work with the Western Union Tclcgrapt Co Several of the young folks of this place attended Sunda) school at Picas-aPoint Misses Cora Francis, Mabel and Maggu' flint, were the guests of Miss Ida Smith Sunday afternoon Mrs Pernielta Wall who has been sick wit!, the gripp for time weeks, boot-legginboot-leggik, baud-hoynt HUSTONVILLE See I) W. Dunn. He will set your fruit trees out by dynamiting the ground first at reasonable rates. I am prepared to 0.o work on short notice J. G Weathcrford and wife spent Sunday with relatives here Geo M Givens is still suffering with one ot his eyes. The remains of Samuel Wilson formerly of Casey county wciV taken through Monday morning for burial at Liberty He was at Cincinnati when taken ill and only lived four hours. TI.e rciiuins of William Garrison, who died in Colorado last week arrived at Moreland Monday and were taken to the Rolling Pork for burial Monday Col. E. C. Hopper arrived home on he lat Friday from the city, wheremedihad been for several days under cal treatment He now seems to be in perfect health and says he is doing fine was Collins, of Lexington, Mr thrown from an automobile in a wreck at Somerset last Friday while on his way to the depot to meet No. 6 of the Q &C, railroad. He still continued his journey here and when he arrived found it necessary to have a large gash sewed up in his head, which he received in the wreck. It was nothing serious only a shake up. Dr, Childress did the-- work for him. The city stock law went into effect on the 20th George Tucker was the first one to have his tnck put in the stray pen. Sam McKinney caught it for )hc same offense on the following day for eight head. Mr. T K. llohon and family of Howling Green, who have been visiting his Store for several days, returned home Sunday morning in ins auio via una-nowhere they will visit other relatives on their journey. Col Hal! Anderson, of McKinney was Tn our village Saturday evening. here U A. I.imis. of Danville, was Mrs. Josiah Saturday on business. llishop returned there with Him aunuay for a few days visit to Mrs. Lipps. u (nit nf nmv last week ti,.. stopped the farmers from plowing and doing other farm work. It was six inches deep and caused heavy travel on the roads some places dnfty con siderable. S. P. Stagg, of Lexington, who has been here m the interest of business for three weeks at Kidd's Store.Jcft last Friday for his home. Hudson Ho. lun. who is a partner, will run the He is well business in the future uiili itir trade there and knows how to handle the business. T. L. Carpenter went to Lexington Thursday evening in the interest of some horse stock ami returned Friday n'Knt On hst Thursday evening as D. i. Riffe, ot McKinney, and George of Lebanon, were driving along the road coming from Turnersville to the near Turnersville, Hustomlle, hoist bceaiiie frightened at some stock and made a leap aud landed upon a t.,.,i.. Tli, nnrtii were- - thrown over the fence, some distance, Kufc landing on top ot uuinore aim almost mashing him in the earth. Luckily no one was badly hurt, only badly scared and shaken up. The horse was hitched up again and they made their trip on to Hustonville without any more danger of life. W. '. Carpenter, who has been in a very critical condition for mute a while i oritill fiffiflltmt1 ..11 The lecture of J M. Wain (Mission- "" ait nuns v.""!; church Sunday night was well attend ed In- - ll denominations anu was to uith creat interest bv the au Mr. Blam dience during the lecture is a hrother of U K. main, pastor oi the Presbyterian church here. The social given at Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Lair's on the 2Jth for the benefit of the Baptist church was well attended and all report a great time. Refreshments were served and all enjoyed the evening. The proceeds are to go toward nutting in electric lights for the church The sick folks of the community are doing fairly well at present, ami hopes are that all will soon be on the improve. nnntj., i. ,11 linvf. n nnlilif sale ol his personalty on Saturday the .2111 ot uougiass avenue, ue win go to Covincton to work at the carpenter's n, GRANVILLE OWENS APPOINTED The J. H. Carter Sale The sale of the personal property of PROSPECTS GOOD FOR ed Postmaster at Brodhead Upon Recommend itlon of Senator Ollie James Gianville Owens, one of the best democrats in Rockcastle county has been appointed postmaster at II rod Head, the recommendation having been made by Senator Ollie M. lames this week. A dispatch from Washington Thursday said of a number of postof. fice appointments. Senator Ollie James announce! the appointment of fourth-clas- s iiostmas-ter- s disin the Tenth and Ulcvcnth as follows William II. Gotten-gitricts Livingston; Oscar D. Smith, Jamestown; Granville Owens, Brodhead; Hy Iv. Hubbard, Bertha; Stephen II. Marcuin, Big Creek; Thomas K. Watson, Cast Bcrnstadt, and Nattic Lewis, Hydcn Lach of these is a democrat. Senator James and Representative Harvey Helm agreed on George D. Wcatherfonl to be postmaster of Hustonville, Lincoln county. Dissatisfaction over the suncrv-isioof the fourth-clas- s postoffices by the was expresswni oeineeHelm, ed by Mr. "In very many instances the choice of the patrons ot fourth-clas- s nostofficcs is thwarted Uv the result of these competitive cxamin. alions," he said. "These civil service rules and regulations are inexpedient, impracticable and grossly unjust." n, realised for most everything. Following are some of the sales. Jersey bull to A Stamph-le- v for ?J5, cow to W. M Duncan for $4750; cow to Mrs. Laura Rice for $41 ; hiifer to Jim Rogers for $39; calf to Mike Long for $29, calf to Jim Rog. ers for $12, cow to Mrs Laura Rice for $08; a pair of mules to I. H. Carter for $J00; three hogs to Josiah Anderson at $7 50 per head, two shoats to Mrs Laura Rice for $2.10 per head: to Brosc Carter for $1.75 three per head , copper still to C. Abt for $12. Mrs. Straw sold for $12 a stack. Mimic Straub bought two shares of State Bank Stock for $110 per share. Farming implements sold well. ed and good prices vverct ho-ii- s James II, (.artcr, deceased, that was Stanford High School Meets London First Game Here on April ltth belli on last Saturday was well attend- . Nice Place For John Engteman The Lexington Herald this week said John W Englcman, of Stanford and Lexington, one of the best known of all trotting trainers probab-I- v will he the nrs mlt trainer at Pat-ibWilkes Farm This information was brought to this city by Johnny who has just relurr.wd from Miller New York where he took a car load of horses several days ago while in the eastern inctr"pt! Mr Miller saw W I' D Slokes who said that the Msition was open to Knglcman if be Mr Ijinlcm.ni is now in wanted it Oskaloosa, la, where he has charge of the racing stables of C. II McCul-loiigfor whom he has trained for several seasons past h. cn Fire Destroys Store at Maywood The store of W. P. Stephenson at Maywood was completely destroyed by aliout five fire on Wednesday The fire originated o'clock in the rear of the store, but the cause is tin. known The loss is estimated at about About $2,000 with $1,000 insurance. $400 worth of the goods was carried out of the store by some section bands who himrnrd to be working near by. ev-n- .....i. Mr ,,i.l Mr, t'.nlimi nt Kldd't Jr 4,3O0 for Mare Dawn, the famous show and saddle mare, has been ImiurIU for President Mario Meiiocal, of the Key""1"2 of Cuba, who will use her as his personal mount in his ride through the Setior streets and parks of Havana Mcnocal is an enthusiastic admirer of the Kentucky saddle horse, and lus agent. Fred Wolfe, of Havana, to secure him the best specimen of this class of horses obtainable Mr Wolfe came on to Lexington and. after looking over a number of attractive saddle horses, fuull) tkcided on Haiel Dawn and purchased her wG Wednesday from her owner Shropshire, of Winchester, paying the big price of $4,500. He also bought the handsome from Mr Shropshire walk-trmare, Ileechwood Belle, llai-c- l Dawn is one of the most widel) admired saddle mares of Kentucky She was awarded first premium over some saddle horses in d of the licit the country at the Blue Grass Fair, the State Fair at IjmiisviIIc. and at many other fair of (he country Cuba'! President Pays Hacl Lincoln Man's Engagement Announced An engagement of local interest that lus just been announced is that of Miss Sue Ilaggin Payne, of Payne's Depot, and Mr. Joseph Turner Carpenter, of Moreland. The wedding will take place April 29, at the home ol the brides parents, Mr and Mrs Samuel II Payne Mr Carpenter is the son of Mr and Mrs Adam Carpenter, east of Moreland, this county, and many friends of tins opular young Lincoln county man, will wish him and his bridc-to-bevery happiness. c l,., fnc-gaitc- Disordered Kidneys Cause Much Misery With pain and misery by day, bladder weakness at night, tired, nervous and run dov.n men and women everywhere are glad to know that Foley Kidney Pills restore health and strength, and the regular action of kidnes and bladder. For sale by all druggists I R t 1 TT L t 4 i r MT. SALEM The Mt Salem correspondent wishes to correct a mistake which was printed in week before last issue of the I J., Rev Maddox preaches here on the third Sunda in April instead of the fourth. imMrs. Salbc Austin is slowly proving afier a attack of grippe Mrs Ross Grtder continues very ill with grippe Misses Ethel and Laura Gridcr. Gracie Bastm, Sarah Walls and llcl-m- c Smith, were the, guest of Mrs Mattic Vest Mr Walls, our blacksmith was to sec Mr II I) Flod Sunday 'Mr and Mrs Clem Camden, and little son. Owen Wesley Camden, of Camden Kidd's Store, visited Mrs and parents. Mr George McViinch family here Sunday Sarah Walls and Bclvie Mrs Smith, of New Salem, visited Herman Smith here Saturday night. Mis McCarty has in a new line of spring goods Make her a call before buying elsewhere had ha McAninch Mis Mattic something like grip, but is able to be out again Little Miss Ilculah Gridcr is recover-m- g from chicken pox. vest visited Misses Mattie Mr Laura and T'thel Gridcr Tuesday. Miss Kathleen Roedick. of Phil, visited her aunt, Mrs. Sullie Austin here last week. Mrs Louis Cundiff and little daughLibter, Christeen and Katherine, of Dam-ero- n erty, are the guests of Mr. Sam and family here. Mi-.s- 't a- - t I Kickapoo Worm Killer Expels Worm!, The cause of our child's ills The fetid, offensive breath. starting up with terror and grinding of teeth while asleep the sallow complexiondark circles under the eyes Are all indications of worms. Kicka-po- o Worm Killer is what your child needs it expels the worms, the cause of the child's unhealthy condition, For the removal of seat, stomach and pin worms, Kickapoo Worm Killer gives sure relief. Its laxative effect adds tone to the general system. Supplied as a candy confection children like it. Safe and sure relief. Guaranteed. Buy a box today. Price 25c. All druggists or bv mail. Kickapoo Indian Med. Co , Phila., or St. Louis. The-foul- One of the Very Best There He W Hon. Maurice J Farris, who represented Boyle county in the recent session of the Legislature, is back home and is being congratulated upon his many fights against the freak legislation passed Mr, Farris was on the right side of every question, but to element in that overcome the burr-ta- il bodv was an impossioiuiy. uoyic county citizens are delighted with his work, and say well done thou good and faithful servant. Danville Messenger Plain Truth That'i Worth Money ' Using Foley's Honey and Tar for a couch or cold may save you both sick-M- i. lf, F. Monahan, and money. ways fixes me up in good shape when Msmoaionie. Wis , says : "I am exposed to.all kinds of weather and I find Foley's Honey and Tar Compound al-catch sold or have a bad cough. ,1 recommend It gladly." Refuse substitute!. For sale by all druggists. 1' Dies of Injuries in Railroad Yards Clcon Lmncy. was found in an unconscious condition near the railroad tracks in the Q C. yards at Danville Monday, ilied at the Price Memorial Hospital m HarroiUburg TuesWhen day following an operation is letter found he was in an unconscious conHcnr) Gooch's bah) is on the sick dition, with lus skull crushed, and was never able to tell bow be met the ac- list Miss Sara Curtis of Hustouvillc, is cident, but it i supposed that he was hit by a tram He had a leg cut off the guest of Mr J IJ. Smith Dr Thompson spent several da)S last by a tram scvcial years ago wctk in Cincinnati. Dr J B Smith nude a flying trip to Honor Roll of Turnersville School McKinney Thursda) the 12th Master Clyde Martin, the little son Following is the honor roll or the Turnersville school for the first month of Mr. and Mrs. A. D Martin, who has Martha Mvcrs. Joe Lutes, Robert Rout, been very sick for several weeks is doCallie Lutes, James McCormack, John ing nicely Uuck Williams, of Eubanks, was in Cauicnisch. Johnnie Rcichenbach, Hat-ti- e Camcnisch, Lillic II McCormack our town Sunday and Monday shaking The names of the pupils who came ev- hands with old friends. Mrs. Henry Gooch and Mrs Anna ery day arc, Haltie Camcnisch, Laura McCormack, Charlie Leach visited the former's sister at Lutes. James Highland Saturday. Lutes, Joe Lutes, John Martin, May Will Jenkins had his leg cut very-baMyers, Teacher, Maud rnold. while cutting wood Thursday the 2th Bishop Morrison's Wife Dead The friends of Mrs Hell Jenkins arc T, he funeral f Mr II C Morrison, glad to know that she is improving wife of the Rev II C. Morrison, the Mr. Gonch. of Pulaski, ts visitt it; his world missionary, was held in the daughter here, Mrs W D. Johnson Asbury College, Wilmorc. at chapel at II o'clock, Wednesday morning. She Best Family Laxative taught llihte and history in the colBeware of constipation. Use Dr lege, and the members of the fatuity New Life Pills and keep well. acted as pallbearers. She has been an Mrs Charles E. Smith, of West Frank-lin- . .".valid for ten e?r Me. call, them "our family laxative" Nothing better for adults or Preliminary Track Meet aged Get them today. 25c. All drugOn Friday. April 24th the Kentucky gists or bv mail. H. E. Hucklen S. Co, Philadelphia lmerscholastic Association will hold contests. The track meet or St. Louis. prelinioi.tr will be held on the athletic field at the MASON'S GAP High school m the afternoon and the Mr Dledsoe liailey is unproved at contests m music and forensic will be of the high this writing held in the auditorium Miss Cardie Miracle has returned school building on the evening of the home after spending several da)S with same da) her cousin here. Messrs. Otto and Lincoln Hursts Foley Cathartic Tablets are entirely . effective, thoroughly cleansing and al- were the guests of Mr Robert Robins 'I hey con- Sunday ways pleasant in action ttr's trade. Mrs 11 C Hurst and her daughter. Judge Win. Myers and wife are back tain blue flag, arc a remedy for and sluggish liver, and a Lunette spent Wedncsda) evening with home from Liberty after several days' Mrs. Nancy Miracle. among relatives and friends. tonic to the bowels, which are improvMr and Mrs. II. C Hurst entertained by their use Try them. They do McKee Riffe was in Mantoru last not fail to give relict and satisfaction. ed a number of their friends Satur- week on business. games were Interesting day night For sale by all druggists. Anderson and Walker, the furniture played and everybody enjoyed the ev- men arc closing out ineir lumuurc Some of those who were presening. stock here at cost to wind up a part- BLUE LICK ent, were Misses Cordte Miracle. LizMr. Walker will l.iumr.e den will zie Davis, Hess Green, Sudie Miracle, M..rtln Mr. and Mrs. U W. Snow county this week, where and Lunette Hurst. Messrs. Walter continue the undertaking business. move to Estill L. C Allen lias ueen quuc sick, um they will make their future home. Davis. James Thompson and Mr. and is able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. Charley llcrry spent Mrs. Barney Davis. The guests departSteuben Godbey has been at home Sunday with her mother, "Mrs, David ed at a late hour feeling that they had several days with his parents for a Daughcrty at Hustouvillc. been well entertained. short time He has been in Michigan Mr. and Mrs. James Stringer were ,... !. r..,, civ tunntlia flninc some Miss Cardie Miracle spent Wednesthe guests, of Mrs Kenned) last Sun- day night with Miss Dess Green at rolieige work preparatory for teaching day. Krai's Creek. in uie iwurc Rev. Chestnut filled his appointment Mr. E. F. Hurst and family have re. ti i (uAcitirui nAiv riwaititiL? him here Saturday and Sunday. at Howling Green, which he will take talk turned home at Mason's Gap. Mr. U. W. Hasty will give a charge of in a few days. Saturday night and Sunda) afternoon. Right for Backache Mis. I M IJiaill ICIt lliursuay iasi Mr. Lewis Lay, who recently moved Just And Rheumatism foe Bottle Creek. Mich.' in search of to the house vacated by C O. Daugli-crtFoley Kidney Pills are so thoroughlmoved to Green river this week. y effective for backache, rheumatism, bitter health. Uncle R. II. Kdrmgton tells us that Miss Martha La) and Rev. Cloyd swollen, aching joints. Kidney and bladon March 21st. 1878 that snow fell to sverc in town Wednesday. der ailments that they are recommend, the depth of eleven inches, nut meiieu Mr A. J. Daughcrty remains very ed everywhere. A. A. Jeffords, .1.11. . ...... tl.M n.vt ilnv nnd soon sick. very Neb, says- - "My druggist re- clearediaimij but that y- -j was very- feed away, Mr G. W Starncs has moved into commended Foley Kidney Pills for his new home. pains in my back, and before I finish- scarce and shock loimcr scums i Little Murray Lay, who has been ed one bottle, my old trouble entirely cents a . shock. .1. lr.ee nc r.illeil to Livings is. very sick is improving nicely. disappeared. We are glad to say we have the new ton hurriedly last Thursday and renew church about completed and will . turned friuay morning Here's a Nice Fat Job soon get it finished, if the men would A cfvil service examination for ap- day by J. W. Hosk.n, cashier of the all come and help, who promised. Last Saturday was the day set and we did plicants for position as Inspector of Peoples name, oi inc n good day's work with a small crowd. Railway Train Safety Appliances will Viarrisou, uii ui j"- ",,,-o- f We will work on it the next day that be held at Louisville and Lexington tuberculosis at tongmont, Col. Mr. Hope on April 24th and 25th, and is open to Ilo.kuu at once teiegrapuco a " it is too bad to work out of doors. the members will come out and lend a all railroad men with an experience ot $175 front a Danville bank to lus broas much as eight years. The position ther to pay the expenses of his remains helping hand. Mr. George Hasty is improving of Inspector is under the Interstate here. He had gone there seeking reCommerce Commission, and pays a lief and was thought to be doing well, slowly at this writing. salary of $1,800 per annum. Any one from word that had been received of who wishes to take the examination his brother recently. Stubborn. Annoying Coughs Cured should write Representative Helm for On Wednesday morning at seven "My husband had a cough for fifteen particulars. .i... ni .r. nt fin was (Mven at year and my son for eight years. Dr. the home of W. 11. Noel, by a parser King's New Discovery completely curAvoid Stuffy Wheeiy Breathing Hie taimiy was an up Iami bv ed them, for which I am most thank.1 lr Vni-- and he 'fake Foley's Honey and Tar Com- .t. ful," writes Mrs. David Moor, of SagiThe bed clothing naw, Ala. What Dr. King's New Dis- pound for an inclamcd and congested was in Lexington. jiu-rcovery did for these men, it will do condition of the air passages and bron- and clothing were all savedllOUSe OT .. .. anv. inciir.mrt nil the for vou. Dr. Kng's New Discovery chial tubes. A cold develops quickly should be in every home. Stops hack- if not checked and bronchitis, lagrippe furniture. 'This house was built by ing coughs, relieves lagrippe and all and pneumonia are dangerous possi- Will Reid. deceased about thirty five Money bilities.1 Harsh racking coughs weak veari ago and was known as the throat and lung ailments. will House. Mr Carpenter back if it fails. All druggists. Price en the system, but Foley'! Hone and Tar is safe, pure and certain in re- I i.. ..i. i n ..,... 50c and $1. I. Hall was in Lebanon last week H. F. Hucklen & Co, Philadelphia sults. Contains no opiates. For sale by all druggists. and witnessed me disastrous nre. or St. Louis. e, .n.. 1 ..-'..-- -- CRAB ORCHARD Mis. lialiiiab Sieger fell on the ice in front of her door Saturday morning breaking her hip Imiiic, and badly spraining her arm. Drs. Jones and attended her and she is do. nig as well as could be expected, but her condition is quite serious A large crowd considering the cold day, attended the burial of Mr Henry Fish. He was a splendid Christian gentleman, of high standing, and had many friends, here havine at one lime been one of our merchants. Mrs Bettie Adams, who is visitintr her sister, Mrs. Frank Watson at Som erset is expected home this week. Mrs. Watson will accompany her and visit her father and mother a few days. air. anu airs, lorn Lotlier came up from Louisville Saturday to visit their homcfolks Mr Collier left for home Sunday and his wife returned Wednesday. Air. and Mrs Levi Llder are movinir into their pretty cottage opposite the uajuisi ciiurcn family will Mr. Wash Sincletnn'-locate somewhere in Indiana We are sorry to give this excellent family up as they have spent all their lives in and around Crab Orchard and we sincerely hope they will prosper in their new home. Maurice Perkins bought their farm and will improve it in the hear future Mr. Wiley Hubble, of McKinncv. was the guest of Miss Lilhe Garner last Sunday. Mrs. M. J, Logan is cniovinir very good health at the present time. We have alwavs been such a lover of the children is our apology for tell ing sometimes their quaint sayings. One day last week Frank- - Adams said to his grandma "Brother Rogers is al ways talking at the Baptist church aliout sending out missionaries. Now I think some one ought to tell him to send one over on Fall Lick to let those people know that small pox is catching." This is the small boy'i idea of the common missionary and his dutv. Mr. W. T. Manuel spent Sunday with his son and family here. The local talent are preparing to give a splendid play soon, at the Christian church. Mrs. Cherrv accompanied her husband Mr. T. Thos Cherrv, to Cincinnati for his spring goods this week. Thev will bring back a fine assortment for the spring and summer trade. i This property was insured by R M. Newland, agent of Westchester Fire Insurance Company and the loss will 25-- 1 be paid promptly. Brothers right Near Nlcholasville Jack Collins, said to be a policeman, of Berca, Ky., and lus brother, Josiah en route from Lexington Collins, while drinking, supposed to be to Nicholas-vill- e Wednesday night had a quarrel about one mile out of Nicholasville. Josiah was badly beaten up. His brother Jack-- then went to a farmhouse and took a horse out of the stable, with The which lie was trying to escape. farmer phoned to Nicholasville and of ficers went out and arrested Jiim on the road and lodged him in jail. Thev then went back and found the brother badly injured on the roadside. He was rushed to the hospital at Lexington, where he lies in a precarious condition. Jack Collins, when arrested, was found to be heavily armed. He says that he does not remember anything that transpired that night. Notice to Delinquents By order of the Fiscal Court at its meeting held on the 18th day of March, 1914, 1 am directed to publish the ,imc ,f nil nrcntl llin fail to Day their delinquent poll and property tax. on or before April in, ivn. ai vvnicu date the Sheriff will make his scttle- enH ........ mem as .iu .!, 1. .. nr 1Q11 , o. rtidin. niv quents to be published in the Interior Journal. G. U. LUUl'UK -. U. v,. v ,.t23-t- The Stanford High School ball club has a brighter prospect for a winning team than has been for several years. All of last year's players with the exception of two arc out for their old positions. Capt. Hill and his players arc rapidly rounding into form. Manager and Head Coach Wilson and Assistant Coach Norn's arc giving the scvcial contestants for the different positions a thorougr workout each day and the best man for each position, without partiality will be in the line up vpnl 11th. The regulars of last year, will have to work to hold their old positions. Several players of ability have entered school since last year, one being Smith, the south paw from Somerset, who is expected, to down the opposing batters with mow He has plenty of smoke and an case assortment of curves. The boys who arc trying for the team arc as follows- - Catchers Spoon-amorWoods and C Cash; First base. Shanks, Coleman and Tucker; second base, S. Embry and Moblcy , third base. Perkins and S Anderson; short, F. Anderson and S. Hill, J. T. Embry, right field: Grimes, Hamilton, C Hill, Huffman, Brown and Spoonamorc; center field. Carter, II. Cash, Brady and Tanner; left field, Warner, Reinhart, Perry and Sampson; pitchers, S. Embry, Hnrker. Lcfphevv, Smith ami Nor-- n With Norris to fiitch the college games and Embrv, Smith, Lcfphevv and Kocker in the High School contests, Stanford should be able to hold her own among the best The pitchers nave not been allowed to open up vvitti their curves, but with the speed which has already- - been shown, it is certain the team will be strong in this department. Helclofole the boys have Hot had the proper accommodations' for spring training, but this year the apparatus for hot and cold shower baths has been installed with a slow cooling room for sweat baths. With the material from which to select, the patrons of the game should have the opportunity of seeing a fast game; when Stanford opens the season with LondonHigh School on the local grounds April 11th. n e, MT. MORIAH FALLING HAIR AND ITCHING SCALP Entirely Needless Use Parisian Sage It Quickly Removes Dandruff Your Head Feels Fine Now that Parisian Sage can be had at any drug store or toilet counter, it is certainly needless to have thin, brittle, matted hair, stringy or faded hair No matter the hair, how badly it is falling, or how much dandruff, use Parisian Sae it is all that One application removes is needed dandruff, the hair roots are nourished and stimulated to grow new hair, itching scalp and falling hair cease, your head feels fine. Best of alii the hair becomes soft, fluffy, abundant and radiant with life and beauty. You will be surprised and delighted with Parisian Sage. Try at least one fifty-cebottle. G L. Penny will refund your money if you are not satisfied. Look for the trade mark "The girl with the auburn hair" accept no oth5 er. nt 23-2- T y. Mc-Gre- ... v....... tit o-- jj. News of the Churches Rev. J. G. Livingston will preach at the Logan's Creek church the second Sunday in April, morning and night. Rev. Jolni G., Bosshart, was unable to fill his appointment at the Reform church at Ottenheim last Sunday on account of sickness. If possible he wilt conduct services at Ottenheim next Sunday, March 29th. Baptist church Sunday school at Preaching at 11 A. M., 9.30 A M subject- - "Christian Peace." 730 P. M, Evangelistic service, special music Strangers cordially im ited. Rev. J. G, Livingston will preach at Pine Grove next Sunday at 11 o'clock A. M. Rev Livingston has been on the sick list for the past ten days, but is better now, his many friends are glad to know. Services at the Presbyterian church Sunday, March 29th follows Ihe teaching service at 930 A. M. Morning worship at 11 o'clock, subject "The Brand of Jesus." Young peoples' meet-in- s at 630 "What Missions have done livening service at for the World." 7 15 o'clock. Notice to Contractors All persons who made successful bids, and received contracts on the various turnpikes arc required to execute bond before the County Judge, at a date not later than April 1, 1914. Those contracts for which no bond is executed by the date will be cancelled, 2J-- 5 and the work relet. D. PIJNNINGTON, Co. F.nginer. ....., . -- Cave-Spring-s i. count of the bad weather. Little Alma Reed, has been sick. Carl Berry went to Somerset last week to join the army. Jesse Flannery has purchased a new ouggy. Misses Maggie and Eva Scott, two attractive young ladies of Garrard county spent a few days last week with their sister, Mrs. Cap Warmeth, PAINT LICK Mrs. Jessie Green and Mrs. HarGrant Kirby, who was injured by the falling of a tree, died a few days ago mon Hatfield arc on the sick list. D. R. Adams was in Stanford and leaves a wife and four children to mourn his loss. David Hazlett is attending the subCharlie Todd, one of our vvorthv farmers, was driving down the Lowell scription school, taught by Miss Fannie Young, at Highland. lull and his harness broke, causing Mrs. Bessie McGuffcy and Miss the horse to run away. He and two nf his children were thrown from the Areita. of Gilbert's Creek visited Mr. and Mrs. Cass McGuffey Sunday. buggy, breaking his leg and Ben Boone is at Somerset. the children. At this time all Mrs Florence Hall and baby have are getting along as well as could be returned to Lexington, after a visit to expected Will Todd, of Bcrea. who is the boss her parents here. Sammie Bastiu, left Tuesday for hog raiser of Madison county, sold 300 One head to Wilson Hrandenuurg at ?J3 Shelby ville, Ind. lonely.of our young ladies looks very per hundred. Mis. Cansada Epperson has been Iv. L. Hetrick &. Son have liought visiting her daughter, Mrs. Florence the stock of merchandise of Fish & Terry at Neal's Creek. Hammack. Uncle Ben Hiatt has been having a The consolidated school at this place sienc of la grippe. Was closed for two weeks on account Mrs. Maud Dawes was in Stanford of scarlet fever. last week. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Wallace have Mr. and, Mrs. Holly Warfield were the sympathy of the entire community at Ottenheim Sunday. in the Uis of their daughter, Fannie The sdle at Cartel's SatuiJay was It was very sad and painful to them, well attended as none of the'r neighbors and very E. B. Hatfield h building an addi few relatives could assist and comfort tion to Mr., Tife's house. them in that dark hour, Mrs. William Duuavant. of Athens. Ala, writes that she is well pleased Billy Burton, of Lancaster, was in with her home. The flowers are bloomLexington last week to get a policy on ing there, while we Kentuckians are his greeu-- y ear-ol- d pacing stallion. Gov- still in winter quarters. ernor Direct, which he recently purWilliam Vanhook went to Rockcaschased in the Kentucky Sales Com- tle county last week. pany's Sale. He looks like a real pacMr. Daigh, of North Carolina, has er, and has plenty of stake engagepurchased 100 acres of woodland from Circuit." ments on the Grand This tract was oriMr. Wheeldon. ginally a part of the Haeflinger farm. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mullins visited Spring Blood and Svstem Cleanser During the winter months impurities his f ether, at Brodhead Sunday. accumulate, your blood becomes impure and thick, your kidneys, liver and DUNCAN bowels fail to work, causing Mr, Virgit Thompson has returned "Spring Fever" You feel tired, weak home from Woodford and was accom. and lay Electric Bitters the spring panied hy his cousin, Lucas Cox. tonic and system cleanser is what you Mr. J. W. Wilson and family have need they stimulate the kidneys, liver moved to their home here from Lexand bovv'els to healthy action, expel ington. and restore your blood impurities Mrs. Edward Sims has twin boys., health, strength and ambition. Electric Milford Hogue has been very ill Bitters makes you feel like new. Start with measles. it will put a four week's treatment Mr. Baker Walls, of Walltown, was you in fine shape for your spring work. buried here last week. Guaranteed. All Druggists. 50c and Mrs. Anna Clark and daughter, $1 Gladys, have moved to Ludlow. We all H. E. Hucklen 8. Co, Philadelphia i egret to have them leave here. or St. Louis. Mr. Cicero Sims was in this community last week. LICK BEE Mr Isaiah Jones and Miss Martha The people seem to have fresh colds Greer were united heart and hand last w eek. since the cold snap. Mr. J. M. Hunter and family will Mrs. David Proctor still remains very leave here soon for Indianapolis. ill at this writing. Miss Edith Bennett has been very The stork visited the home of Elbert Elder on March 21 and left a big ill with measles AIijs Nancy Wall has gone to Arabia boy. Mrs. V. R. Taylor has been very-tic- viMtmg. Mr. Browning and family moved into but is better at this writing. Mrs. Mary Brown who has been very the house vacated by Mrs. Anna Clark. Mr. J. C Smith has recovered from sick still remains about the same. Mr. Elmer Scott left last Saturday illness, caused by falling and breaking two ribs. for the West. Mr. and Mrs. Plionzo Hamilton and Mrs. Jacob Elder, of Brodhead, is visiting Mr. Elbert Elder and W. E. boys were guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith SatTavlcr this week. Mr. James Lewis of Cravvfordsville. urday and Sunday. Mr B G. B. Foley has joined the Ind, is visiting his mother-in-laK. of P. lodge Mrs. Mary Brown, of tins, place . Mr I P Claypool's family have reBud Stringer and M. M. Taylor, from measles, lave completed Mr Amos Cordial's coveredJames Toombs was Mr at this place new dwelling house. Mrs II. H. Isaacs has been visiting Monday and also Bert McAninch. Miss Frankie Smith was in Dunher mother at HI rod. Mr. W. M. Scott was in Brodhead can Saturday afternoon. Messrs. Tom Meade, Homer Walter last week on business. Sims Morris Taylor has been carrying the and Arthur week, took three days' vacation last mail for the past few days for Elbert Mr and Mrs. Fillman are thinking Lhlir. of moving to Florida. There has been a big revival at the Special "Health Warning" For March Saint church near Arabia. March is a trying month for the verv voting and for elderly people. Garden Seed For You Croup, bronchial colds, lagrippe and The Interior Journal has received pneumonia are to be feared and avoided. Folev's Honev and Tar is a creat sacks of vegetable seed from Senator family medicine that will quickly stop Ollie James and Congressman Harvey a cough, check the progress ot a Helm, which its friends and friends of cold, and relieve inflamed and con those able statesmen are invited to call gested air passages. It is safe, pure, at the I. J. office and get as long as the supply lasts. and always reliable. Sat-urda- y. badly-bruisin- Karr was unable to fill his gular appointment at this place on Rev. re- ac- I f. ! V i x i :i-- l ,v mi i!l. JZU 1MB INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914 niKHWMWHHiCb iuiii iuninHiinwiraiHiiiHwniHH(HiinHniiiinfuiwwiiiiiiHHHHra NEAL'S CREEK Little Thelma Hutchinson entertained a number of her little friends Sat- Tell the truth and sooner or later you'll be found out I I Adler's Collegian I Clothes s MssW measure up to our cUitns always and in all ways. They always have. Come and see them. g urday evening. Kverjliody seemed to enjoy Oicmsclvcs. .Miss Anna Martin, of How land, was out to sec Miss Kathcrine Ilclden on Sunday. Xlissrs. Harry and Mack Farmer, of Stanford, were out to sec Miss tKi Parmer, Mr John Raines has relumed from Lexington. Mr Alfred Farmer, of Stanford, was out to cc his father, Lnclc Dink Farmer and family last week. Mrs. George fypcrson has returned to her home at Highland after spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs, lv. L. Men's Furnishings This snow is going to be here only a few days longer then 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 we arc ready for you-w- ith ing to put on new shirts, new ties, new collars, new gloves-a- nd 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-lin- e The 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, g jjg b iiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiniiiiiiniNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii'Jiiiiiiiiiiiiinimiil H. J. M'ROBERTS STANFORD. KY. Mr. Richard Daughtfrty has accepted , position at Somerset. Misses Clcttcr and Annie Kirk, of Mason's Gap were down to sec Miss Osa Fanner this week. Misses Lthel, Bessie and Virginia Bracket!, of Stanford, were out to see their grandfather, Dink Farmer, Miss Bessie Green was down to sec Mis Ftt.i Luster last week. Jessie ilaugbcrty was at Highland to see Ins sister, airs, uiaricy utmna-way. Terry. neck-band- s, Neck-Ties-O- ur four-in-han- ds The II Mfimd A Interior Journal Troprltlor ADVANCE YEAU t BHKLTON M. HAJJl'LEY HtHlini.Y IN the Entered fldii wait matttr. oitol l Stanford $ Why Are These Three to be Appointed? insurance When the bill, which has produced Mich havoc oer the state, was pending in the Jlousc, we introduced an amendment which provided that no member of the Legislature which might pass the hill, should be eligible to hold any office or appointment under the State Insurance lloard for a period of three cars after the passage of the bill. Charges had been made that the politicians behind the bill planned to reward many of the members who would ote for the bill with fat jobs to be paid for out of the money raised by the increased tax on the insurance companies. We had hoped that the House wcujd adopt our amendment, for it would indicate that the membership was entirely aboc being influenced to pass the measure by any such a subtle form of bribery. By a otc of 41 to 37, the House defeated our amendment, however. Now comes a Lexington paper with the apparently authorized statement that Auditor Henry Bosworth. who was one of the hcicf backers of the bill, will appoint a committee of three persons as special examiners to make an inquiry into the business of fire insurance, and especially of those companies which hae ignored the order of the insurance board, to show why they hae suspended business in the state. The men who paare named by the Lexington per, are Frank C. Green, who was Representative from Carroll county, Glov Glenn-Green Oae Lsae Gem Breets Milltau A Stop aW breedtai there will ba millions In a few dajra. With OJt BELL'S Frm under tba tkln. don't stop Its tor or est left Vtsm It ttopathobrtodtiic at one. lUcMpatmrin 4 haala at aura aa other cvtiB. It aootbet you naa It. A tte. box will prcrcnt hundred ov Antiseptic Salve oouars of itoudio. "Toll It Br Tho Boll" Miss Annie Terry is very ill at this er H. Cary, Representative from Mc Lean county and John C Duffy. Re writing. Mrs. George Monday, of Rowland, county. prcscntativc from Christian n We hope tli.it the report published in was out to sec her brother J. J. Ttnd family last week. the paper referred to is untrue. The Mr Ben Martin, of Rowland, wa roll call shows that each ot these men oted against our amendment and af- out Jo sec Mr. Henry Kitts and famotcd for tfie insurance bill. ily Stllldri). terward A large crowd left here to attend the vjtc ot James Carter at Hall's Gap Change in Road Law Now Effective Saturday. Mrs. w. R Daughcrt) and daughter viov McCrcary this week signed the road bill which makes the road engin- Mvrtlc. arc on the sick list this week. Mr, Jessie Farmer has returned home eer s stem optional with each county in tbci state. This puts the control of from Midway.Luster and daughter, Htta .Mrs. Ross county visited Mrs the road sjstcm of each James Green this week. directly into the hands of the fiscal Mr. Ricliard Daiighcrty has come court, and it is practically a certainty home fronr Somerset to sec his mother that the Lincoln county fiscal court and sister, who have been very ill. will see to it that the dirt roads arc in the future worked by the men who live on them and that thev arc allowed "TIZ" Soothes Sore Tired, Sweaty Feet Ah I what relief. No more tired feci; to pay out their poll taxes by such work. If the fiscal court docs not do this, no more burning feet, swollen, bad there will be another fiscal court elect- smelling, sweaty feet. No more pain No ed the next lime the people get a in corn callouses or bunions. chance, and that's all there is to it matter; wha ails our feet But the I. J. is satisfied that the Lincoln county fiscal court, constituted as or what unsun der, it is. desires to follow out the wishes (vjSIHvm Mr you'vethe tried of the people of the county in this and g without ccr other matter within its power relief, and that the people's wishes will pre4flffRL l&tl oaHoooofr) just use "TIZ" vail. The change in this law-- was what .JWtoSVsT tJFjWaBLHai Lincoln countj's representative in the "TIZ" draws Legislature worked harder for than any out all the poisonous exother one measure, as he had found that the people as a whole oer the udations which puff up the county wanted the road law changed if possible. And he is very glad for feet. "TIZ" is magical. "TIZ" is grand. them to know that he was able to have "TIZ" will cure jour foot trouble so a part in securing what they wanted. vou'llnevcr limp or draw up jour face ur shoes won't seem tight in pain, and vour feet will never, hurt or get Justus; Gocbcl is going to hac a sore, swollen or tired. mighty hard time making the people of Get a 25 cent liox at any drug or Kentucky believe that Jim Garnctt is department store, and get instant controlled by or subservient to the railroads or any other "interest." The people who know Garnett best won't TO THE PUBLIC swallow any such stuff as Gocbel is I represent the largest and best handing- out in his open letter to the clothing bouse in this counpeople. Wc have the greatest admirtry hd V. Price &. Co., Chicago, 111., ation fur Gocbel and deeply respect his My experience in measuring and diveneration for his brother's memorj recting the making of your clothes, and tlu principles for which he fought gives me the advantage over one who and died, but are afraid that he is per- is not a practical tailor. If von will mitting his real to become fanatical. give me joui order I will promise you We have heard it intimated that while a square 'deal. You will get the worth Goebcl hates the railroads with all the of jour money, cither in the cheaper venom of his being, he is a partner in grades or the higher priced. My spring another trust which docs Kentucky far line of samples are now ready for vour more barm the whisky trust and that inspection. Call and let me show you. he has never been known to open his H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. mouth against it or any of its creatures or champions. If this is not true, Please send in at once the dollar that we stand ready to make full correcjcu owe for your subscription and get tion at any time jour name on the next honor roll. Bel-deijet-tunmade-to-ordr it-G- loves H. J. McROBERTS from aching feet that Allen's the antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes, always, gives. Since the tendency to hold Dancing parties has become almost a dailyand hourlj necessity in every community, the sale so the Druggists of Allen's Foot-Fasthe report, has reached 25c. Trial mark. Sold . Everywhere package FREE. Address Allen E. Olm-steLeRoy, X. Y. Foot-Ease, e, high-wat- w -- jrm i I City, James Houcliius, of Jefferson THE JOY OF DANCING EXERCISE ery few women or men seem to Mo, has sold Ibe coming three-- ) car-ol- d William B. by Astral King, dam cure ti) Tango or get Dancing Kxcrcisc unless they arc assured the freedom Xell (), by Mark Diamond, to James Graves, of Independence, Mo., for d, SUGAR GROVE Wc are having some real cold weather at this writing, but all seem to cn-jthemselves. Miss Mattie Anderson, of Chappcll's Gap, is at PoindeMer. Mr John Pike has joined the army at Jeff Barracks, Mo. Mr. Leslie Lanhani. of Aliceton, was at Crab Orchard last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.'T. C Manuel and Mr Nclce Whitchousc and wife were the guests of W. T. Manuel at Cedar Creek. Mr. Galvin Middleton is tossing his hat in the air over the arrival of a fine babj girl. Rev. J. G. Livingston is on the sick list at this writing. Miss Delia May Jones attended the singing at Sugar Grove Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ida Owens of Corbin, is with homefolks this week. Miss Bessie Adams is at home from Louisville. We are expecting a large crowd out at the singing next Sunday. oj ELLISBURG Farmers arc getting greatlv behind with their work on account of he prolonged winter weather. Little has been done except tobacco beds sown. lloli Mol'crlv has moved from llm place to Gravel Switch, where he will poorlj. run a blacksmith shop I P Rtcd was in Lebanon last week on business, Joe McWilliams has recently inc stalled a new Fairbanks Morse and is running his null once more. Frank Woolford Powers was in Louisville, last week. Wi'l Rejnicrson of Danville, was En-gin- here last werk selling groceries to our merchants Will is an old Casey lioy and it is useless to say that he gets bis part of the business, Lucll Steele, of Lexington, was here with homefolks last Sunday J. R Spragrns, the Fairbanks-Morsnun with headquarters at Lexington, was here last week starting an engine which he had sold to Joe McWilliams, and at the same time visiting the home folks He has sold three engines in the nciRhlKiihood latrlv. Uurlc Hill) Mills continues quite e l'nclc incent Peyton one of our oldest citimis vmtcd" ft lends und relatives on llriish (,'rcck last week. Mr and Mrs T II Ellis, of visited the idd home folks last week hire. Mr I'lhs holds a responsible M)iitioii with the R R Co, at Danville. Grover Rent and Mack Allen were visiting friends at Gravel Switch las: Sunday, Mr.S T Hancock has lost three good tirood mares in the last Jfl.davs. two of them djing from distemper and the other from i linking on oats. Dan-villc, IF HEADACY, DIZZY BILIOUS "CASCARETS" Clean Your Liver and Bowels Feel Bully ht Waste-Clogge- BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels and is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have n iniarantee of hitrhest Quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but off. 4 d Then you will have clean and healthy scalp. No more hair loss. No more rough, straggly hair. Does not color. Ask Your Doctor. Hair Aye S Visor a tSJii'i: Gel a 1kx now You're bilious' You have a throbbing censatioti in vour head, a bad taste in vour mouth, jour eyes burn, jour skin, yellow, with dark rings under jour i No won eves: vour lips arc parched der vim fed ugly, mean and Your sjstcm is full of bile not properlj passed off, ami what joii need is a clr.uiMng up inside. Don't tinue biing a bilious nuisance to jour- se;t ami those wno love jou, ami oon t resort to harsh phjsics that irritate and injure Remember that most disorders of the stomach, liver and liowrls are cured by morning with gentle, thorough Cascarets they work while lx) vou sleep. from vour druggist will keep vour liver and towels kaii: stomach sweet, and your head clear for months. Children love to take Cascarets, because they taste good and never gripe or sicken Paints Silver Seal Varnishe And they will cost you 25 Iea thars other high grado brnnilH. Tell ua vour paint needs today and wu will It rivcs prices and end you our PAINT HOOK other valuable information. '4 Finishes, Stains and fn: Kentucky Paint Mf' (IncoriKjrmloJ) Conpaay, 513 W. kUrhot St. LOUISVILLE. KY. Winter's Chills Breed Kidnev Ills Chilly, damp, changing weather is hard on the kidneys. Even more irritating are colds, grip, pneu- "Every Picture Tells a Story' w tag-- . Spring is Breaking; Backs are Aching Backache is often the first sign of some form of kidney disease that has been coming on for months. Look for the other signs; lame back, sharp pains when stooping or lifting, dizzy spells, nervousness or despondency, with irregular, painful or distressing action of the kidneys; if these signs exist, decide that the kidneys need attention, ere the trouble turns to gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease. Read this home testimony and then give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial. monia, tonsilitis, quinsy and other infections. The kidneys get congested and inflamed, and this causes backache and disordered kidney action. Though serious in its latter stages, kidney disease is not hard to conquer if a good kidney remedy is used when the first signs of kidney trouble are noticed. The best recommended kidney remedy in the world is Doan's Kidney Pills. You hear it everywhere. Get a box. SmmmmmlNFmSSSSmmmmmmSSmSk IHHoaBHHBnSBBLfflBBBBBBLBMBMV U( I 3 KEa.HmiiiHi kmssWWWWsW Stanford People Testify Whitley Avenue avenue, D. C l) chouse, Whitley Stanford, sa)s "My back was so sore and painful that it was hard for me to (,'ct around for a few days at a time. 1 tried cer) thing hut did not seem to get an thing that would lirinn me relief until I procured Doan's Kidney l'ills at Shugar & Tanner's drug Hy the time I had finished store. three lioxes, the pain in my hack left and I felt better in eery way." Stanford Cases Self Told -- Lancaster Street Mrs. S. J. Hubble, Lancaster St., Stanford, says: "My kidneys had IJeen long troublesome. My back ached continuously, and sometimes was so lame I could not bend i er without a great effort. After using Doan's Kidney Pills, my kidncjs became nor mat and the'backache left. This remedy toned up hy whole system and. I hac since enjoyed good health." Whitley Avenue J. T. Sioonamorc, Whitley aenue, Stanford says "Four years ago 1 was down with my back aim I could not sleep or lift. The kidney secretions were too frequent in passage and caused me a great deal of annoyance. 1 tried a dozen different remedies but did not get any bent "it. ford, Main Street I. Mam St., Stan"Off and on for sceral jears had sccrc attacks of lame back Often 1 did work that required stooping and at such times the backache became much worse. There was also a too frcmient desire to pass the kidney secretions both day and night. Doan's Kidney Pills relies cd me. They have never failed to benfit me since then when I have taken them." ' John II, Wren, Lancaster Pike W. H. Mcrshou, Lancaster Pike, Stanford, sas: "I was troubled some time ago hy an acute attack of kidney complaint. My back ached constantly and I had pains through my loins. I felt languid and tired easily. I took a liox of Doan's Kidney Pills and they fixed me up all right, the second box practically cured mo." Stanford II. Holdermaiii Stanford, says "I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they proud to be just as good us adverlis.-eand 1 recommend them. My kidneys were weak and 1 had backache. Jlcuring Doan's Kidnej Pills highly praised, I used them and the relieved d sajs' 1 inc." 4 i m DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS Sold at all druggist and general stores, 50c a box, or mailed on receipt of price by FOSTER-MILBURN CO., Buffalo, N. Y. ' IV , :.twW THE INTERIOR JOURNAL nick, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914 UtRLSI Mr. C. M. Dodson ha Iteen ijitite The Fact Remains No nmount of misrepresentation by the peddlers of alum baking powders, no juggling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, or cooked-u- p certificates, or falsehoods of any kind, can change the fact that has been found by the official examinations fo be of the highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and of absolute parity and wholesomeness. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. PERSONAL and SOCIAL 1'iMtiii.iMrr Royal Baking Powder I f Koliint and little il.uilitir. Mililrcd, of llnnllicail, wire lirrr TitcyLiy V I. IVmcc wa in I.cmiikIimi .Sun Mr and Mr koliort UiIIkt and il.iy. Mm Myrtle Mnrraj. of Cr.ili Orchard Mitt Mary Hrucr lias taken rixiitu rrr litre Thursday for a Mill. iUi Mm Mni WiiIit Mm Ciriutt, of Cac Citj. i the lu-i ilic of Mr. C II Carter t!iiel of Iter daughter, Mr J S. Rirr inothtr, Mr. Sue Hrilit at Ml and vin C I", (iarnrtt. Mr. Will Scott, of Damillt-- i i the Miit of lu i nnler, Mr. !! L Rcin-liafcitin Kft r rt MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVES Ch Net ) II Mocker and K. W. I locker, of Kuna City, Mo, are the kucMs of their mother, Mr. Margaret Mocker, liirthday i Sattirday. Lucy I'rruitt, of l.oimwllr. and 1,imiic r.iync, of WilMiy Col-le- e are the Kesl of C V.. Tate and family M.nlrr Jnrjili Haunch and MaMrr (cfirKC Sallee. of Somerset, hate hern lltltiK Mr and Mr. W Logan Wood Mi Mi w!xvr lid Ik Not Tooch tin Iter hlli Tbrjr mar elaar out I hi- - Int. atlnal Irart, bat douot r.lltv. th. ftmiu.dtip bile. Yrarl xa May Apple llool (rll1 Ilia) m ImI rrxirt kite itart.r. hill htoOfht ninth. ttirlnmt with th. c'lp laWn out U now to tx bad undrr lb bum J. V Cummin and W. I'". (iloter are In Cincinnati Ihi week. I.. Wearcit Hughes, of M(inhi, va here Sunday. Clenrlnir nut your thrr.nl fvery day, Ml Mattie (iriuMcad, of I.oninillc nil ilny. That la whnl you have been doing for months. ronMbly years. A ha returned home aftet a iit to Mr llttlo mucua covers the pharynx. J W Ireland. If you were to bo to a doctor ho Mis liuth YntutK, of LawrciiccliurR, a. would tell you that you havo is the riicM of Mise Mary anil Sal If you were to look Into lie llurdette. your own thrnnt you would (lnd Just Mr. Joseph Coffey, who sa taken back of the soft palate n red, lumpy, uddctily ill Thurtila), U lluiiiulu, to he Krnnular nppearancn nf tho hack part oioc hctter. of the throat. Pharyngitis the doc-toW. W. Saunder. ha liccn confined cnll It. to her home for rctiral day with I'erhnpa he would call It, follcutar hlood Miison. pharynRltls. It causm you constant Mr. Julia HiikIio, i the jrm'M cd nnnoyance. Tou nre always maklnic her daughter, Mr. K T Carter at allRht dlsturbnners when seated In an audience. I vansMlle, C'nn't hold your throat Ind. you. mucus still. Mis Ida l.ee Camphell, of Crah Or. Worse Htrlngy mnrnlnp. bothers In tho chard, ta the kihsI of her aunt, Mrs. Aheml That Is J lf Cummins, Thursday the way you arc Rolng nearly all day. Mr. Jame II Kails i aide to he Hometlmes In the nli?ht when you out iKaiti after a Ioiik icf;e with la wake up. You ought to gargle your throat with salt water every mom-In- i. srtiie and other trouble. Cold salt water. That clears Miss Mollic DauKlictly, who wa taken ill at Mr. N W I'owle' latt out the throat perfectly nnd makes It ready for treatment. week, i ahle to he out atf.iiti Pcruna Is tho treatment. IJecln M Ullin Moore has heen call Mi with a Icaspoonful before each meal el In the hcdside of her sister, Mr nnd at bedtime. Try It for a week. C. K. .Schoenc of St. Louis. Of course, Vou will be convinced. Mr Alexander S. Trihlnc, of Mop Perunn will not entirely relieve you k;nville, ha heen 'jiIiiik his Mster, In a week. That Is too much to exMr J.iiih M had and family pect of any remedy. Hut It will bene Mr J. F !'it!lis:i !.) fit ysu so much you Trill be conher iiamUome dauxhter. Mis ltcie vinced. Yes, It will. It has done this many times. l.ee tiitei Mr. J. II Had Tuesday Kollcular pharyncltls. HI words. Mis. 5. M. hpotmainorc and ilaualt Almost as bad as the disease. Uut If tec Mis Jewell, of Muhhle left Thur you take Pcruna for one month regday for l.o iiki1c. Cal , for Mrs. ularly, you may forget that you ever SpiMinamore' health. had such ft disease. Then you will Mis Linda Owsley, who spent a have a perfect right to forget the big week I'atm Heach, ha louplc of at words too. returned and i .'tRain with her sister, PsopU who objtct to liquid mtdl-cin- tt W I' Walton. Mr J. V Karri, Mr. can now obtain Ptruna TsbUt. of Matmllc Ky., arrived Saturday af Icrnoon to spind some time with Mr arris, who ha hem with her daiic'i through four inches of snow and that tcr, Mr (i C Keller, all winter Me the weather wa very cold Orlando that he walked to the ileHt KeiMirter-Sta- r phnr-yngltlrn 1 CATARRH OF THE PHARYNX. STOP WASHING TI'E HAIR WITH SOAP Dan- Soap Dries Your Scalp, Csuslnjj druff, Then Hair Falls Out Why not tint it Made-to-Kofr-Ord- er Paint? :3 . Wlcr washing your hair with soap ahwi aimlv a little Matideriue to the calp to invigorate the hair and ilrjne Hitter still, use soap a 'parnuiy as jmsmIiIc, and instead Itatr a 'I );i identic Hair Cleanse" Just moisten a cloth with Ditiilcrinc and draw ii en. chilly iliroiiKh jour hair, takinir one strand at a time Tin will re moc ilust, dirt and excessive ml. In a few moment you will lie atturcd, iniir hair will not only he clean, hut it will he wavy, fluffy and abundant, and ikhscs an incomparable softness anil lustre. Ilesidc cleansini? and beautifying the hair, one application of Dandmtic ill ole ever) particle of dandruff, tim tilate the calp, stopping itchiiiK and falluiR Imr Danderine is to the hair what freh l'ocr of rain anil hine are to vegetation. It nc rinlit to the root, inuKorate and MretiBth en It exhilarating and them propertie canr the hair to rhiw lonir. trone and beautiful. Men1 l.adic! You can urelv have lot of (li.innini; hair Get a 25 erut IkiIIU- of Knowlton' n.iinlrrinc from anx drim tore rjr toilet counter ami try it pre-Ke-- Mix your paint to suit surface and weather conditions and so it blends welt with the surroundings of your house. m flH LB P1 Mmr' Vi JV MAm BV bVF,W HM ANCHOR White Lead ((latch Bor FaloUr Trade Math) LW IPnLV VKi, mxe(l rigllt on the jolt and tinted the desired colors make perfect paint. Vou get not only the colors you want but paint so fine it anchors into the empty sap pores and stays on till wears an'' Urc ',nscc' "'' Bk r jL 1 W.A sure-resu- lt VlBBM H VBl H aC H tBl V. B Vou can prtnthrr paint rrquisitrthrrr. too. Come in and talk paint now. The Katon'i L'Ab BBHVJ aBfl SHBBBb W KA LL m PENNY'S DRUG STORE as fffllll, Damille Meeii(!er MrMlanie W. A J Tril.Mc. V llriwn and Shclton Sauftc) .iw "Jo Mi at Macaulcs's llrrthren" eh and theatre, l.mmille, Tuculay iukI'I This is the work otAycr's Sarsapartlla. Strength. Power. Reserve. Sold for 60 ytirs. Ash Your Doctor. fc&nTIul- - Builds Up WE INVITE YOU TO W'v are fi.i iiift omc cold March weilhi'i in this cction On last Saturday evening Mr. Cirl and Miss flarhara Ruseli ilclitrhtfiilly cnKit.tincil a niuulier of their friends There were nlmut trtclvc oitnj; peotde nreent. who enjoyed thetnsehes to the fullest extent Mis lame Oldham is ahle to he out ajrain after several weeks illness. Mr. K. Ostcrmann has heen sick for a few ilavs, M's Gcori'c Ilussc has returneil n Cincinnati after spcnditiR the winter with his parents. Mr James Olilhitn houclit ten s of corn from Mr Fdwin fiutenson Vest Steele for which he paid five dollars per liar, Mr Wallace Steele ami Mis llirtha rcl. ct were joined heart and hand. Mr. Miss Annie Fons was. the pitcst of Steele a i farmer Mm Harhara Russell Mnnd.iv. and a hitdilv respected gentleman There were a nnmher of ouni? peo. of the Kocky ImihI neighborhood. Mis nle calling on Miss Matilda K'ocher est i an accomulishcd young lady of Sunday married Middlchurr;. They were at the ilaptist parsonage by Rev, C. T. WAYNESBURG Claimed. The meeting which is heing conducted by Kes. Itarnes aud Jones is still pro;rcssinKand much interest is Iiciiik manifested. Messrs. L'rhau and Kay Singleton, Willie Sweeney. Wallace Reynolds, Tolherl Curtis, Dean Smith, T. is. Reynolds, and ka Smith attended the trial of Will Routen at ising's Mountain har-rclwell-to-d- o OTTENHEIM in 1 1. j. PBi tour wr ( W J&wf T3 7l iki It" I 1 .,i N A Complete Display of Correct Spring Fashions iii Departments THE display of Spring isMerchandise now assembled for the Store's various selection and interesting as it comprehensive. Notable its individuality, moderate prices. We have planned to make this week a veiitable "Style Show" of all that is newest and best in fashionable attire. In addition to the large assortments of modish Garments for Women, Misses and Children, there is an unusually fine showing of Silks and other Dress Materials, as well as Laces, Trimmings and Novelties of all kinds. We invite your attendance. The New Tailored Suits Never before in the history of garments has there been tuch an abrupt and complete change in st)Ie as this season. The Tailored suits of today resemble in no way the suits of yesterday. Our buying of Suits (or this season was mostly confined tc single of a style, thus insuring you a wide range as well as individuality in selection. We will have on nle tomorrow over three hundred of these beautiful garments, each one a distinct model 'and fully up to our well known sian daid ol quality. The drapid, and bi.4tle effects predominate. These hrc in new and attractive materials especiilly suited (or this character of garments such as Moire Silk, Taffeta. Silk Ilengalinn Oiberdtne,, Wool Crepe, Etc., in i wide range of newest Spring colors and black. ready-to-wear gni-me- Mrs Tipton Sims visited her daughter, Mrs. I'at McMullin and attended chinch Monday. Messrs. 'I. S. Reynolds and Roy were in Hustonxille Sunday. W. I). Johnson of Kind's Mountain, attended clutrch here Monday. At a husiucss meeting of the church .Saturday aiternoon. Rev. J. II. Jonis wa called as pastor for tunc hy a unanimous vote. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Magf-an- i are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son in their home. Mrs. John Curtis had two dogs killed hy a train last week. W. R. Singleton is carrying the mail on rural route No. 1. for R. Curtis, who is sick. Mr. and Mrs. Miilaru Hatfield, of Highland isited their uncle, J. H Acton Sunday. Mrs. M. I). McKinzie, of Danville, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. R. Morgan last weck. Mrs. Durward Singleton, oi Damille came down Saturday to isit Mr I. C. Singleton and family for a few days. W. D. Hayes is carrying the mail on rural route No. 4 for Hundley Single, ton. who is sick. Master Carl Fagaley has heen very ick hit is hctter at this writing Mr Rohinsnn. of I '.Hi son attended Jiurch here Monday night. Mrs. Hetsie V Singleton is at Kings Mountain with her sister, Mrs. Amelia Wall, who is very ill. Mrs. ltyrd, of Science Hill, is visit inu Mrs. Plato Moore. Mrs. Sid Recce passed through here Saturday on' his way to his home from Richmond school. M . lolin Curtis rcceixed a mrssagc from Hensley, Ky., Monday that his tbuehttr. Miss Ida Curtis was vcryill kittle da McKinzie. of Danville iitol her cousin, Hiss eltua Mor gau la.t week. Sin-jjletone-half Friday JoHND. Rockefeller, COULD POINT WITH PRIDE TO HIS FIRST DEPOSIT N$l4JMf a&?BK m. li;9l i Bakik Tur Ufn I 1 KBS SF7BBBiaVv. ,JbbbbKsv HE HAD ENOUGH IN THE BANK TO TAKE THE FIRST BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 50 CAN YOU IF YOU PUT IT IN THE BANK "sr We all know the ttory of Mr. Rockefeller, and Mr. Carnegie, or Schwab, or any of our other great fortune buiUeri. They began by PUTTING THEIR MONEY IN They wanted that mosey in THE BANK. Not because they had too muUi oh, not OPPORTUNITY. the bank to it would be tale and to it would be there to grasp the firrt good BUSINESS ichemei peddled around None of them dabbled in by tmooth (tringen. Make OUR bank YOUR bank State Bank & Trust ( Gapital, $50,000.00. .1 Surplus, $1,160. O. L. M 15. W. L. McCARTY, S HICK, (. C. 1T.RRY. Pres. PENNY, SALIN, Cashier. G SMITH. FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY ,'i "Opportunity seeks the man with ready Prepare for his money. coming by opening an ac71 a HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT ft I . Pie People' Market Place Advertise What You Have to Sell kOST kady's hill folder contain i::g J! ; reward for return to this of . count fit, A -- n ill fice. 25. yik. TODAY TV li Suit Prices Range from Money to loan on easy terms. Bromley & Bromley, Stanford, Ky. and sign painting, also all kind of interior painting and paper hanging. Shop on West Maui Street 25 I'hone in residence No. 0-- $15. OO to $55. OO .VI at this strong Bank." SEE J. J. BELDFN fr carriage-automohil- mi m The New Coats and Dresses The new style In "Printiesj" Coats are ceitainly things of beauty. A ''I'rintjess" is as you know the very highest class coat made, as well as embodying the most style, though costing no more than less woithy makes. . I I FEEDS Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. Linseed Meal for Milk Cows and ewes, $2.00 per 100 lbs. makes milk Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, $1.60 per 100 lbs. makes fat Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions $2.00 per 100 lbs. and Jacks Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. Watches, Jewelry etc., the right kind and the riyht Mueller. prices--. W. H i " 23-3- Prices of "Printzess" Coals Range from $10.00 to $25.00 FOR RkNT. A tract of grass land, harn, about twenty fruit trees on it, water, also a separate stable. Mrs. Mat-ti- e p V. Kirly. FOR SALE.- - Ilrown Leghorn eggs. setting of fifteen for fifty cents. I'hone 115 W. Hubhle Fxchange, Mrs Nannie Lawrence, Lancaster, Ky. K. A The New Dresses are marvelously beautiful, and our present wonderful assortment is well worth seeing. They range from the little tub dresses of Voile or Linen at $3.00 up to charming models in Taffeta Silk and Crepe do Chenes at $15.00. A "splendid range of Novelty dresses at $10.00 to 125.00. R. 2. . 24-.- 1 Fashionable Footwear We are now ready with the very newest and best in Spring and Summer Style Footwear for Women, Misses and Children. , Pumps. Colonials, Oxfords and 1 angos in all the latest lasts and leathers. Your New Corset should certainly be a Bon-To- n or a Nemo. We have all the new models in these famous Corsets, and our expert Corsetierres will be pleased to show and give you a fitting' in just the style required for your new Suit or Cown, house acuum FOR SALE. A cleaning wagon, a profitable business and small investment. Will personally install the business. March the month to start. Write k". k. Ogdtn, Harlan, 24-- J Ky. Paul Jose's shop and Hustonville, a casing belpnging to an automobile." Return and receive $1 p dcwai d. Will Riffe. HwHuiivillc kOSTV-llctwecn 22-4- J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Condensed Report of Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, March 4, 1914 "Honor Roll Bank" RESOURCES: ' How's This? fttit rac'( lUrrnttut CM Cunj. We On WELSH & WISEMAN CO. DANVILLE, KY. -- r, lluixlrtd IMIms Hruthl f' rtunut be lUK'l b Hill l A 0. cnKNCV k coj b kno", ' bliu , tba limlrnlsiusl, d IwlU tr fur Ibr Uti .4 inrlfilly biHwribl In all buIut triuuttbiu LuJ Oiiau.ljlly i bio to tarry iut oj vbUmlluua . d. b, IU COMMKU.K. UMK IvliUo, tiblo. tur t UVtn Inlrrmtl nrll" Hill's rilirrli "' iuJ n.u rn tllrrril uisia ib ViWo IS ' Ititlwnilils Ibo iiitriu. r twlllr. MUl ill Uruntl.t. ula Tike lUll'i riiallr I'l'li ht couiHtnHWu. y iw. $358,484.97 ; Capital Loans Surplus and U.S. and Lincoln 132,500.00. profits County Bonds Banking House and Circulation 6,500.00 Bills Payable Fixtures Deposits Due from Banks LIABILITIES: $100,000.00 107,639.01 100,000.00 NONE vasn - - - ji.zzdj 221,071.19 $528,710.20 bb. '" $528,710.20 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK toMy?' ft , '" Ji ' ri -- T ftaflwR9fkaPR aap4BBtaaaaaa!aanm'Bk -.. '3 - i . n TRI IimeRIOR JOURNAL STAN FORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH IT, 1914 Breaks Arm White Cranking Auto Henry C. Anderson had the misfortune to get his arm broken last Saturday while he was trying to crank an Both bones were broken just auto. alove the wrist. Retired Fed It HmL ' . n ' hi&. "frjffWimBwwifowir, lilffa V" MHcal. nnr ao"-- v H Tat Orumr!? nl r el jlf Ik T0tl uiujiMa nrf.nt. Can roM lnrn.d nj It lt Ittr7 Can ! 5Vli? oraaar luwwi, and, ah know. M kaoirt. A 0V la Blrtur el kolll OrtrniT OKMUWE bmtl. ot IMUara m tnrr Dr. Bell's M Co., of the West calf for J9. Mien for much sickness and because its quality deterS41 IM HaM l.. mines our resistive power. With poor blood we arc languid, susceptible to colds, lack natural enemy and ambition, FARM AND STOCK NEWS and the gradual decline of $425. strength makes prompt and Stoncr Stephenson, of the West I'nd, careful Hcnrv ComniRo, of Mercer, sold to treatment necessary. Nichmond (icntry, of Iloylc, a pair oj sotd to James Yowell, of Ilustomillc, nine head of wciiihinR Drugs or alcohol cannot make o2.5U. mules for Robert YounR. the Adair county cat- 2Ml pounds per head at $8.25 per hun- blood and must be avoided. tle dealer sold ten calves at $26 per dred. Mr Yowell sold the same hogs Scott's Imilsion is nature's to Whitehead & Co., of Iloylc for a head to Mr Coppafie. r Orcen Frje, of Hustnmillc, sold to small profit. because grandest FOR SALIv Baled timothy hay, suffer-in- p fin TrWl'S"! Att Dr. ri bt arlM In anr f valna. rHTM HhinMsn. flnr(lL. I).r.h,k if li fU onrmonr t rt lb HIMSBT cuwi iw Ko.! . ,. wlr Id r. ' IWslW sold for delivery on April 15th, Doc Iv.iiikm, near Hcukcviiic, soiii to Foley of Danville, 52 fleeces off his sheep at 21 cents a pound. J S Turpiii, the cemetery sexton lioukht a nice Jersey heifer from J H. llatilihman a short time SK' lor &. James Dean, of Danville, sold to C M ICastland. of Iknle county, a pair marc mules, that of three-- ) car-ol- d Scrc Rood ones for ?450. Ktcliard Hester, nnrtlt of Stanford, ItoitKht of James Ueanj of Damillc. a nice pair of mare mules last week for to Center llnu. the (iarrard liuyers, a lroc of 40 Iioks this week ai eight and a quarter rents a Miiml. They were Poor Blood is Responsible f ; ciKht-mdnth- k End a veal PINE-TAK-HON- ET M 0nl. Cent. 1 1.00 "Tell By Tfc Ball" TIMOTHY HAY FOR SAtF. By weight or hale; a few tons of extra nice, lirifiht, clean timothy nay, tlic kind you like to feed your horses Wc also have on hand at all times. Corn, Oats. Imtli for feed and seed . ttifT riiirkrn feed. Ship urjWM-sFlour, Meal and Coal. Any order you may gie ts will he promptly filled and appreciated, D. Y. KENNEDY k. CO, Stanford ky Howard Hampton, of Clark county, sold to Wallace & Hutler, dealers in fine stock, of Tennessee, his prize jack, l.ineial Logan, for $2i5(X). of Paris, Cawvood & McClmtock, recently sold a hunch of ciulity-fou- r. carlinc cattle to W. D. Mclntyrc, of MillcrshurR, at $55 per head. The cat-ti- c averaged aliout SfJO pounds each. FOR SALE. Brood and work mares and work horses; two disc harrows and A. V. Carone smoothing harrow. penter. Morcland. Ky. Arthur C Coffey, a popular young farmer, of McKinncy Wight a sow and sccn pigs from N. O, True, a merchant, of McKinncy, paying seven and a half cents per iound. I L. Murphy, near Hedgcville, sold 25-F- s. The ideal car for a progressive business man; it brings the farm close to town. The car that is worth all you pay for it as a business proposition, with the luxury and pleasure thrown in. The car that gives its owner no regrets for the amount of money he paid for it. The car. that is sold in larger numbers than any car in the world. There is a reason for it. Be wise and profit by others' experience. When you want a car, buy a Ford. McCARTY & ANDERSON, Agents for Lincoln and Casey Counties. VULCAN TRY THE 35. PLOWS C., The Vulcan Plow en.. VULCAN CSssBiirtiCMRMiiiiiMTifc5iWMiiiBWiWJBBMfc Well Finished, Strong Durable, Light Draft. Rib Strengthened Mold, Full Chilled Shinpiece, Interlocked Point, Land aie Standard. Point has Face Chill, Wide Edge Chill, Long Snoot Chill, Patented Extension and is the STRONGEST and MOST DURABLE Chilled Point made. Whoa buying Plow, consider Quality First, Price Sacoad rOR SALE BY E. T. PENCE & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY 5 n I '3 '1 EASTER CLOTHING 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 looking at the LARGEST line ever brought before your eyes. We show, you these in all models, colors and prices. ALSO OUR feco and seed oats. A. V. Carpenter, Morcland. Ky Phones llustonvillc or Junction City TO Till: FARMKRS.-- Wc arc in the n firm wool business for the of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, of Springfield. Tcnn., and will pay highest prices for same. Wc want otir trade Sec us heforc you sell. I D. Fails & Son, Alfred, Stanford, Ky For Sale. One jack 8 years old, Mack with white points, fine breeder and colts sell high. Four Shctlands, anaemia. It is totally free from al2 marcs and 2 horses, two broke to dedilc, I fiuik of Caslinicrc and mixed cohol or opiates and your health mands the purity of Soorr's. goats will sell one or several to suit Lock box 161, Stanford, pui.liaier. 115 Kbit fi K'wnr liluotufirld, N J 2J-- J Ky. W S. Cash, near Maywood. sold to around licit, UicnlU bought a cow T. W. tones, the Stanford buyer, a from James Neal below Duncan, thai bunch of a dozen hogs to go today at cost him $40; he got a sow and pigs 7 cents a pound. The porkers will from Virgil Todd, of Duncan for $25: average alxnit 140 pounds when put on a sow and four pigs from John Floyd, if King's Mountain for $22 and a 165 the scales. AlMut 1,000 cattle on the market at pound jMuker from Henry Gooch, of Mt. Sterling court day. The quality-wa- near King's Mountain at six and cents a ihhiihI. much better than usual for March While trade was a bit slow, court. Mitchell TaIor. on the Hustomille of pike out of Danville, sold to Ltttisford prices were way up. Some bunches 810 pound to "X) pound steers sold at Yandell, also of Uoylc. a bunch of 45 $775 to S8 weighed up. Some sold by feeding steers that averaged $1,050 the head at oer $8 and they were 'pounds each. They were delivered at yearlings. Heifers at from $7 to $7.25 once ami .Mr. anueii put lucni on iccu with a few fat ones at $7.50. Cows at until he can get some grass, He paid S6 to $6.50. Old cows and rough oxen $7..15 a hundred pounds for the beeves. at ?4.50 to $5. Good crowd at the Shell Oats, the hustling Hoyle pens with buyers from other States sold to J. Lee Murphy, near besides Kentucky. One party from Hedgcville. a drove of eight Ladoga, Ind., taught a car of heifers hogs at $8 a hundred. Mr. Oatts reat $7 weighing about 750 pounds. cently liought nine head of hogs from R. F Horton, the Wayneslmrg stock C R. Martin, the Danville butcher and buyer, who recently moved to Stanford, stock buvcr. at $7.75 a hundred. They and is dealing extensively in stock were light weights averaging only From Tugple alKiut 75 pounds each. Stock Good, Mill and Home for Sale Ilros.. Mr, Oatts bought eight five I will sell privately my house and grade heifers at $l,50 a head. John three acres of land, all necessary out- N eager, northwest of Danville sold to buildings, eta also my stock of gener- Mr. Oatts a couple of porkers at $7 a 2U0 They weighed about al merchandise, invoicing from $1,800 hundred. pounds each. to $2,000. everything clean and nice located at Milfedgcvillc, Kv. Will also sell my little grist mill with first class MT. ZI0N power gasoline engine. This We are having some nice weather is a nice business for anyone and will pay you to investigate. Lafe Morgan, now after the big snow fall and every24-- 3 R. F. D. 2. Morcland. Ky. one is glad to see the sun shinr again. Rev. Livingston failed to fill his regular appointment here last Sunday, owing to the had cold snap and big snow There was a large crowd met anyway and had a song service. Tu.S.1 will address the Rev. Jaiu people here next Sunday at 1 o'clock P. M. We hope to have a large crovyd out to hear Mr Todd preach. He is also a fine music teacher. ' Mr. Wm. Thompson is still down with rheumtism. Mr Bryant Brown was the guest of PRINCE BEAU NAB0TH We will stand our line saddle his daughter, Mrs. Ida Thompson last Prince Beau Saturday. and harness stallion. Mr. Hiram Thompson of Ottawa, Nabotlv by Beau Naboth, by old Kaboth, at our farm, known as the was the guest of Mr. Wm. Thompson Tom Boone place on the Ottenlieim Sunday. Mrs. Emily Rogers is on the sick list pike at this week. $8 to Insure a Living Colt Princ: Beau Naboth is a handsome 16 hands high, dark bay, NOTICE of great style and action and perfect Acting under the orders of the uue Money for season disposition. County Fiscal Court, notice is when marc is traded or parted with or hereby given that bids on traction enbred elsewhere. Care taken to prevent gines will be received on or before 12 accidents, but not responsible should o'clock M. Tuesday. April 7th. 1914. any occur. to furnish said county the following THE GREAT JACK BEECHER Bids on engines from list of goods mule H to 20 horse power, one traction enWe will also stand the great 58 to insure a liv- gine to be equipped as follows : With jack Beecher, at ing colt. Beecher is 11 years old and one injector, one pump and heater, is black with white points, sired by contractors' tank and fuel bunkers, Joe Blackburn, he by Second Prince full length metal cab, jacketed lioilcr 'and he by imported Prince from Spain. ond grader on plow hitch engine to be First dam Cariana Taylor, second dam equipped with latest tried and acceptXcomia, third dam F.llen Blythe, ed design of its class for road buildfourth dam the Bennett jennet. ing purposes. Size of cylinder must Moncv due when mare is traded or be given i c diaineterof cylinder and parted with or bred elsewhere. Care length of stroke in inches working takc.n to prevent accidents, but not steam pressure, capacityof water tank responsible should any occur. in gallons and fuel capacity and weights T. M. BOONE, R. D. 1, Stanford, Ky of said engine thus equipped. Pnce name to be F. 0. B. cars, Stanford, Ky., terms of payment, one note or county warrant to be given upon delivery and acceptance, due on or before December I, 1914, with 6 per cent, interest from date of delivery and accep tance until paid. Delivery of engine to lie niailc within 10 or not more than 15 days after order is placed. All prospective bidders must have their scaled bids in the hands of the county road engineer on or before 12 o'clock M Tuesday, April 7th, 1914. No bids will be considered received after that time and date stated above. Said bids to be opened by the court and contract awarded on the 8th day oi April VJH, in open court. 1 lie right to reject any and all bids is reserved and the right to place orders on said bids up to and including April 8tli, 13-- tf well-knows onc-h.ilf stock-deale- Georgia rianter'a Advlc To Kidney Sufferers Regarding the wonderful curative 1 cannot merits of your Swamp-Roosay too much, After suffering scv ercly for three years or more with severe pains caused by weak kidneys, I was finally induced to try Swamp-Roo- t through a testimonial I read in I was in such one of the newspapers. a condition that I was ohliRcd to arise from my bed six or eight times every I purchased night t bottle a and before it was used I felt so much relief that I purchased a bottle and by the time this was taken the old pains had Jcft my back and I blood-makecould sleep the whole night through. of its wholesome medical nourishment, I am a retired planter, "0 years of age, Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, so carefully predigested that it assim- and owing to the best I am in of health and ilate s without taxing digestion and feel like a Imy I am always glad to to those who quickly increases the red corpuscles recommend Swamp-Roo- t in need of it. of the blood, strengthens the organs arc C, li, USSFRY, Sincerely vours, Browersville, 0? and tissues and upbuilds the whole Personally appeared before me, this 8th day of September, 1909, C, F. system. statesubscribed the Absolutely nothing compares vith ment who made oath that abovesame Is and the Scott's F.moiiom to purify and en- truth in substance and in fact. 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' T--' nt. vPaaaaaaaaattiJsBH Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N V , for a sample site bottle It will convince anyone You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder When writing, be sure and mention the Interior Journal, Reg-tilfifty-cesize botand tles for sale at all drug stores. Everybody goes to the opera house. one-doll- Prove What and let u how ytxl how It Have you tried this wonderful product? IF NOT Wvtk. Wny Not? W. H. HIGG1NS BROMLEY BROMLEY, Stanford, Ky., & FOrrs5raTBBlBF Glen Brook A HIGH GRADE STALLION My high bred Chestnut borrcl Stallion will make the bca-so- n of 1914 at my larn on the old fair grounds at llustonvillc, Ky He is 10 hands high weight 1JW pounds. He will serve a limited number of marcs at $15 to insure a living colt, season due when marc is parted with, or leav. This stallion is by injj the county. Ashland Brook and out of standard bred trotting marc He has proven to he a great breeder, having his colts to show for him His colts arc all saddle colts, with good style and action. Call and see a good horse before breeding time comes. JIM REED I will aUo stand ,he great mule jack liui Reed, the well known mule jack by the old jack of Jim Reed's Having sold his colto at $100 at weaning time and is a-- fine breeder, havmtf cli to show for him here. He has a large bone and Ins colts have good lonc and style. He will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. Money due when marc is parted with or left the county. Stanford, Atentt Ky., March 3, 1914. GENTLEMEN: Your check, for claim filed with ym a few days ro received, for winch accept my thanks This is the second claim f have had on my accident and health policy since taking same with you lest than a year an, and loth times you hac been scry prompt and fair In your settlement s. Any time I can ay a Kood word for you you can count on me, ai d anyone taking a policy with you will find that it it exactly as Very truly yours, hy you and a good one R. E. MORTON. repre-tente- Watch for Our Specials SATURDAY You can't afford to miss it L. L. SANDERS, M B. V,'. LEIGH, HuiUuvmc. Sy. COMMISSIONER'S SALE G. A. Alford etc.. Plff. vs Notice of Sale Lin-ocl- A. J. Alford, etc., Dcfts. Pursuant to a judgment of the n Crab Orchard. "ZM J circuit court entered at this February 1914 term the undersigned commissioner will on Monday, April 13, 1914 at 1 o'clock P. M. in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the n following described real estate in county, Ky., on waters of Green River : acre s of an 1st. Vunded generally on the north by Jno. Walls on the west by J. D. Yocum on the east by turnpike. 2nd. Nineteen acres- - bounded generally on the north by A. J. Alford on the east by County road on the west by railroad on south by Chas. Sluder. Said parcels to be sold separately. Purchaser to execute bond, due in six months,, with interest at 6 per cent per annum until paid, with approved surety, a lien retained on land, notice having force and effect of a judgment. March I9th 1914. E. I). PFNNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C G, D. Florence Atty for Plff. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer Lin-coiThree-quarter2J-3- Good Farm Wagon or Field or Garden Seeds Go To When you want ' M T. D. Newland Opposite Court House 1 STANFORD, KY. Never Before Have we shown as complete a line of Pumps and Oxfords for Women and If You Want Bargains Children. Come in and look over our line before buying your Easter Footwear. COME TO THIS STORE We Are Now Making 1 Special Prices en Blankets and Cemferti . DRUGGETS. RUGS AND MANTEL W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD.-K- Y. 'MIRRORS G. B. PRUITT. - - Mereland. Kv. Dr IpUBll IL r WrlHI v si ' 1914. K. D. PF.NNINGTON', . ilf nry L. Casey LE " A-sm- S F.ngineer. County Road Feed and Field Seeds Fill an1 Cmplete Stocks. to receive ywr Veterinary Surgeon DANVILLE, KY OFFICE NKXT LOQAICS STABL WeveiM triers. lliii'W!'i!liH 1 WMmni i liMlP'!!ti'iiJ Tm It Pktae 54. Calls Aftswtrttj PrwwMy layfrNlckt f MUHM NULTIY CUM PvEriMrHB ii1 i if I (,n ;:!j'!.hsBv Spring Oxforcta have arrived-a- nd we have your size, and we are show- JUbt lifWi r 1A l vC'h! In:;!! A ing more styles thanany one i McClary J. on"Di-cancu- water cures and prevent cholera, diarrhoea andutbercblckdlkcakek. One toe bottle makei li iillonn of medicine At all JruggliU. Hampleand booklet Bourfeoa down a chick' t&roat curei Sanei. A few drop la the Dr.MnCMk.V.S.lD. Office Phone 194; Residence 204 KENTUCKY STANFORD, GEO H. HARRIS, Stamford, KsMtucky I" l 11 -I- Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist - JL -- JJLJt ,.,U LH.PI Rb4; C. Uiiiftai, Ij Fowl" tent KHEE. BRING YOUR CAR TO C. 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