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L8 BURGLARS AGAIN BREAK Moore Parks Miss Millie Moore and Clyde Parks INTO P0ST0FFICE HERE For Selling Whisky Illegally To Three Brodhtad Fair to Declare Only 10 Per Lexington Paper Says Solid Suppotl of Boyle county, stole a march on their friends by coming to Stanford last Drive up to Rear of Building in Bugof Whisky Interests is Hurting Him White Boys Here Last Week Cent Dividend In tht Future Thursday, where they were united in gy And Enter Without Trouble Othsrs Who Are Kllglbl for Fourth (From Monda)'s Lexington Leader) marriage. The bride is the daughter Will Lee, a Stanford negro, who has Brodhcad, March 30. Class Offices la Lincoln Com- But Overlook Big Booty of Stanley on the point of Mr and Mrs. W, T. Moore, Is Hon. A. O. been convicted a number of times ol The management of the Brodhcad Danville, while the groom is in the grtssmaa Helm's Selections selling liquor illegally, caught a nice Fair Association have decided to pro- oi Withdrawing from the Senatorial navy and is at home on a furlough Burglars paid retiring Postmaster J. tittle dose in Police Court in Stanford vide a sinking fund, and not to declare race et with This question is prompted by news both two years with to serve Thev are C Florence at Stanford, a farewell Two more Lincoln county postman-cr- j He was convicted more than ten per cent dividend any Monday afternoon. wide circle of call Monday night and got popular a this morning $1095 were appointed by Congressman by a jury of selling whisky to there one year, the surplus to go to this received in Lexington friends. worth of change out of the cash drawHarvey Helm this week. J T. Butler local white lioys, and given 140 ilavs fund. Brodhcad has had eighteen fairs by way of Louisville. er, and stamps, most of the booty beIn jail. Judge R. L. Davison tried the and his declared at least fourteen It Is reported trom the fails city, won out for Postmaster at McKinney, Smith Blankenship ing in stamps. About $600 in stamp sources, Ixiys in the morning for being drunk while Miss Ruby Hanson was named at ranging from 12 to 40 per through highly confidential ( O Blankenship. of Marion, Ind., and money which was not, in the safe citi. and fined one of them $20. which he cent, and it is rather natural to con- that the active friends and supporters Morclaml Butter is a impended during good behavior, but clude that the Association will be able of Mr. Stanley, those who arc now and Miss Minnie B. Smith, of this or cash drawer but was hidden in the sen of the McKinney section, while declares that he will enforce it upon to declare ten per cent each year, and and arc expected in the tuturc to sup- county, wire married Thursday at the office, was overlooked. Since the of. Miss Hanson is the popular and talentsterMr. Blankenficc was robbed and the, safe blown the least sign that the voting man leave a nice surplus. Col. J. P. Chand- ply the real "smews of war", arc be- home of Frank Smith ed daughter of W. S. Hanson, a business man of several months ago. Assistant Postbreaks his pledge. ling democrat near Moreland. ler was up last Friday and turned in a coming convinced that his candidacy ship is a making Marion, while the hriile is a very ac master A. B. Florence has hidden the As soon as Lcc satisfies the local nice hunch of stock subscriptions, and is unwise, and that he is not Uoth appointees were on the civil complished )ouna lad) Their many bulk of money and stamps which y authorities, he will be arrested by fed- sa) he will be able to sell more stock Rood. service eligible list having successful-lin the office ofter bankm eral authorities, for he sold without a right along. There only remain about The impression is fast gaining ground friends and relative wish them much passed the examination required lor hours. government license. Mid the three forty shares to he disposed of. A few that his methods of campaigning are happiness on the journey of life. The three making the appointment. The work is believed to. have been )ouths who secured the booze at his pretty dayj, and the ground will be far from beneficial to his cause, and highest Rrailcs arc the only ones eligiDick Williams for Attorney General that of a professional for no Postage place in Macksville, wilt be used as ready for the buildings, and no time that somehow or other his utterances LANCASTER ble. The other two who were eligible Richard Commonwealth's Attorney S the circumstances generally which Miss Alice Brock and Vernon Lamb Due stamp, which are for use only in for appointment at McKinney. were G. Williams, of Coiltictnn. if licine ac witnesses against him. Deputy U of will be lost to complete everything per- and characterizing his canvass has posnotified The arc fair. of the Cartcrsvillc section were united the office and cannot be negotiated taining to an Mrs. Anna llutler and Miss Anna L. corded ascemicncyi in the discussion of Marshal Ramsey has been A an) where for cash, were taken. itive!) accentuated the fact that as be- in trumac by Judge C A. Arnold. the case and will come here for Lee dates arc August 12. 13 and 14, 1914. Gooch. while at Moreland the other ntn-rnt,- . lwM,ll1ltja aflva ) (ilt- of letter; were broken cnen i.v.r. a; hi; local term is over. Mrs. Joe Minks, of KitlniKind, I tween him and ulhers In the ncc the Ihe eighth District Christian hn- - number far as can be learned nothing P'""" cinnati Enquirer His friends arc say. two were Thomas A. King. with hci parents, Mr and Mrs. P. II. inllucncc of the distillers, the brewers dcavor convention met in Lancaster, but so tl. republican postmaster, and Millard ing that he would make a strong candi and the whisky element generally is March 27th, 28th and 29th and a most was secured from any of them. A PHONE WIRE Robbins for a few days. A. Allen, a popular democrat of the d.ttr fcr Attorney-Genera- l also and lining up solidly in his behalf. This, interesting program was rendered, a sample package of tobacco for W. L. B. Cable is quite sick. Mrs West End. man lor that lie would make a good sneakers, and Jones wis opened, and the burglar Miss Margie Owens is spending a in view of the widespread temperance number of prominent lor the Crab Orchard, l.irfitrnaiit Governor. Appointment He is now Some Miscreant diving Preachersville few da)s with her sister. Mr Walter cntiment now rampant in Kentucky, delegite: bema orcent. Fine music evidently took a chew, and then sought expect-e- d Farrrers Telephone Co., Trouble and Wavnesburg postoffices arc President of the Association of Comis considered very dangerous. "with a number of good solos and quar olber Iiooty, Smith, at Crab Orchard. next. The three Inchest .at Crab Or- monwealth's Attorney and is serving Entrance was effected through a rear At Louisville yesterday the reception tette made the convention attractive Mrs. Hubert Barnes is with her parMaggie FW . his second term as Commonwealth's Mis chard are said to beMis-- . window, and from signs outside it Preachersville, March 30. ents in the Bee Lick section this week accorded Mr Stanley at Carlisle and both to visitors and Lancastcrians. Mary Wilson, Attorney for Kenton county He is Ii. O Gooch and Pairons on the line of the PreachersA little son of, Mr. and seems viry ivident that the burglar Mr. and Mr. J F Carter have re- at Mt. Sterling were discussed and v from whom the selection of postmaster widely known and is popular in ville banners' Telephone Co., who en- turned from Shelb)ville. where they it was evident that the lack of en- Mrs. James Flanncry, living near diove up to the rear of the postofficc under the civil will have to be iwdc For four vcars he was county messages ovtr the have been visiting for the past several thusiasm at both these places was de- Hvattsvillc wa severely burned bv his in a buggy, hitched the horse outside. Wa)nisbiirg the three judge of Rockcastle county, which has deavored to send service rule At .Sunday morning found things month. wire cidedly discouraging. clothes catching fire while standing or had, it held by an accomplice. He liijhesl on the list arc said to be republican majority ol approximate- not to their liking Something durFrom the beginning of the campaign near an open grate. It is thought the then prized off one of the heavy iron L. H. Goodwin, the oft drink man Miss Cora bingleton. ly HOUj and he was circled by alout 400 ing the night preceding had put the Whecldon. bars which had recently been renewed, of Crab Orchard, was here between it has leen patent to every oliscrvcr ol child will recover from its bunt. and Virgil McMullin, one of whom will majority over his republican opponent wires out of commission Mr John trains Friday, and closed a contract political conditions that the candidacy The graded school at Paint Lick op- came up the hack steps from the cellar lnc!v one. be the and pried open the door into the office postoffice Markey to Inspect Maccabees of State II. Anderson was soon following the villi the secretary of the fair for soft of both Mr. Sanlcy and Gov, McCrear) ened the past week it having been sus- proper, breaking out three hand bolt Among other fourth cla the drinks and ice cream. line towards Stanford, knowing was simply dividing the opposition to pended on account of scarlet fever. appointments made in the Uitlith conruMrs. J" B. Collier, who has been ill to get this door open. No one heard Stale Commander M K. I'.lkin, of trouble la) in that direction as perfect Mr. and Mrs. John Sigman returned Peckham. Hence the gressional district upon recommendaunsiemingvl noise about that communication could be had with last Saturday from a few da)s' visit mors that Gov. McCrcary would with- at the home of her son, Charles Collier any as can be learned, and it istown so ol the Maccabees, has announced a mattion of Congressman Helm was that the Preachersville terminus of the line to relatives in the Hiatt section. draw, rumors that have frequently in Fork Ridge. Tcnn, has sufficiently far Hon 1). I' Markey, Supreme CommerW C. Surl"r. he well known Mrs. E. L. Blanton and daughter, come from quarters where the nomi- recovered to accompany her husband to ter of guess work at what hour the at mander of the order of the Maccabees, Ncir the high bluff on Dick's river place. No effort was made chant and undertaker, a folmastcr will arrive in Lexington on April 21 a fine copper wire was found tied to Miss Dora, left for Cincinnati Satur- nation of Beckham would be viewed in her former home, Lancaster for a visit. robbery took big Sn-notlicr appointthe Junction Citi day. Thcv will make their home there. the Iiwtht of a calamit). Mt. J. G. Burnside is in Birming- toerter but this safe which was blown to begin a week's inspection tout of lioth wires thus causing a upon Helm ment in tins district made would not have been This is not, however, Gov. Mc- ham, Ala., for a stay with her daugh- before, C C. Cable, of Danville, was here the principal Maccabec tents in the This was found in other places and afrecommendation are necessary for it not .'Hue Grass Stale Lexington Tent No. ter all had been removed the line was last week to see his mother, who has Crear)' maiden campaign, and the ter. Mrs J Vincent Arnold and family. contained nothing was value, locked and Mary E. Simpson. of anyway. A Citv Shrlb perennial beneficiary of his part)'s Circle met with The Chautauqua 20, which is one of the oldest and also in perfect order. Only about a month bceii quite sick. Matlie Coulter. Bryaiitsville Miss Bert Storm, who has been at- vicissitudes remained in the race, al- Misses Martha and Helen Gill, on small amount of change, probably not one of the target in Kentucky in point ha elapsed since the line was erected Hogan. $1 was taken from the drawer of Parksville G. l of membership, is prepiring to cntcr-t- a and this makes the second time the tending school here, returned to her though so inactive as to suggest that Stanford street. The llieme consider- over Burgtn Mr. Dixie MorRan line has been tampered with in this home at Keavy, Friday. he foresaw the condition which is now ed wa the study of a new volume on Rural Route Carrier John Engleman. n rip.hl rovallv its chief on the bageser. High Ilritlfte Howard from becoming obvious. Whether this is the work ot the "Meaning of Evolution." C. R. Lukcr, representative of his visit It is also planned manner MiddleburR W C Br) ant At Carlisle the interest in Mr. StanMr. S. S. Yantis and daughter, Miss EIGHTH DISTRICT ENDEAVORS to have a lug class of candidates ready some enc who holds ennutv against Laurel county, was in town last Underwood Cropper, S. T the company or whether it is the We understand, that he mdc ley as a candidate was ver) disap- Bessie Yantis. of Indianapolis, arc witli that time, so that Robert A McDowell. for initiation at can Simpsonvillc thoughtless deed of some very thoughtapplication for the principalship of the pointing. Although he drew a fair Lancaster relatives. Markev witness the Hold Delightful Convention at LancasHani) -- O. T Murphy . less or ignorant, recklc crowd, his speech was regarded more )outh, we Brodhcad graded school. Mr. Hugh Logan, a shoe merchant, of the new ritual. ter Three Days Local Delegates Stella Himtaiti Alton station W. J. Owen was calling on the mer- as an entertainment than as a person- who lias been in business in Lancaster aic unable to say, but wish to warn John M. Herps llondville the guilty party that such work will chants in the LancaMcr section last al appeal for support. for 21 .vears ha made an assignment A Kentucky Hall of Fame S P Uebaun. The Eighth District Christian Cornishvillc En no: be tolerated b) the patrons At Mt Sterling on Saturday last evfor the benefit of his creditors naming er) vv eek. Whitehall John WiUon. Under the provisions ot a resolution long and he had best refrain from such Mrs. Fred L. Durham and little on, er) thing was done to give the meeting the Garrard Bank and Trust Co, as deavor Convention was held at LanWfcddy L C DunniRan. passeit by the recent Legislature ac- deeds in the future. We understand a Austin Snarks. and Mks Hazel Rey an air of enthusiasm. But the only assignee Mr. Logan is quite a popu- caster last Friday. Saturday and SunBagdad Charles VanArsdalc. cepting a proposition of the Bronrc reward will be offered for the appre- nolds, of Mt Vernon, were visitinp energy and life in the meeting was lar business man. being extremel) day. There were delegates from every Margsbury. Memorial Company of Chicago to fur- hension of the wrongdoer. "A word G Christianburg J rciitives Here troin Saturday limn that exhibited by the "wet" element. co'irlco'is and affable in manner. He society in the Eighth district. The Finch Hie F .S. Robertson. Monday. nish Its) steel engravings of famous to the wise is sufficient" The liquor men were almost the only ha served two term as mayor of Lan. delegates who went from Stanford Lcntuckian;, to be hint:; in the Ken Mr; D. M. Anderson and sou, ClarThe will of the late John T. Cherry persons interested in seeing that the c ister. His failure is said to be due were Miss Margaret Hopper. Miss Annie Vanaridale Craig, Miss France tucky Gallerv of Honor, the Capitol ence visited her daughter, Mr, Burch wa pronaieu ai .mi. v ernon ninnuay. candidate was given a good crowd to to bad collections. Quart of.Boote Proved Expensive Commission has decided upon 11 noted Hester, near Stanford Miss Leva Chcrrv was the sole bene- speak to. and the out of town delegaMiss Lettie May McRoberts was in Embry, Miss Josephine Carpenter. Mrs. t Or- quart ol whisky ran into money Kcnttickians whose pictures will be A and David Good- William Bartles. ficiary. J. Thos 'Cherry, of Crab ord which Mr tions were regarded by the Mt. Ster- Lesington. where she presided quite Nora Goodk-nich...in The program of the convenin j"VlV V". si Miflimnfid. lastI week. stilt to the memorial companv. They of thi place, received last week stated .liirl ite namfit .it tpflltnr. . i.i ling citizens as being out and out vtracefully as toastmastcr at a banquet knight. Rev'. A. J. Pike wa called to Kirks- - "whisky men," whether they were or givrn at the Phoenix hotel by the Chi tion was as follows: Its cost totaled OUJ;, accomm are W N. Haldeman. W. C. P. Breck- that her mother, Mrs J. W. Blanken- ovtne Richmond Kcl.tcr. The sz'Mf inridge. John BrrikiiilMKO, John L Miip.oi Harrodshurg. n quite ill. Omega Fialernity. ville last Saturday to hold sclvn. Fiiday Evening not. men desiring a drink put up 75 cents Helm. Dr Fphriam McDowell, Rev Mary Lear, were It is rciiortcd that there are a number er the remains of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. There were a few political member Miss Alma and Sonand Praise Service Chas. E. each, and gae the money to a third John C Young. John G. Carlisle, Gen- of cases of smallpox near Grcenbnct Moore. Thcv were both about eighty from other counties who had dropped guests of Mr-.- . J. L. Newman in Frank- Martin. Devotion J. Nicholasville: party to procure the luor. The third eral William Preston. John J. CrittenI ml vcars old and died the same day. Mrs. in "to see which way the cat was go- fort Miss Rella Arnold is making a Rockwell Smith. Lancaster; Welcome springs, in the a fourth, and he prty passed it on to who finally pro- den, llovd Winchester and Charles A Mr. Jerry Arnold, who has been sick Dr. Price, of Level Green, is a daugh- ing to jump," and went away again, short stay in Corbin with her sister, Address Miss Martha Tinder, Lan Wickllffe. in turn to another, satisfied that the Stanley campaign was Mis Maty Arnold caster: Response J. A. Sanders, Nichis able to be out again. He visited ter final cured the refreshment from a Mrs. Will Carlton died at the home not taking hold of the rank and file In brother in Garrard. Mrs. Joanna Ball has returned from olasville: Solo. Abide With Me Allen arduous laltora in part. After such The fine boy which arrived at the of her parent. Mr and Mrs. Wm. of the party. a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Jonson, Lancaster; Address Rev. RobBurley Tobacco Society Winds Up its pursuit the latter four gentlemen l"ut;ate, near Hiatt. the 23rd. and her According to reports from LouisBohon Campbell in Stanford home of Mr. and Mr. Richard ert Simpson, Harrodsburg; AppointThe Burley Tobacco bociet), whose fatigued, drank the liquor bebeing her remain were laid to rest in the ville, it is expected that in a very short Mr. Hugh Tomlinson. of Toledo, O, ment of Committees; Adjournment. All ha been named Elmer. When the first two men membership list held the names of tween them Saturda) and Sunday there will be Christian church cemetery the follow- tune developments in Washington will i at the bedside of his father, Mr. get acquainted. who had put up the money discovered more than 40,000 farmer in Kcntuek). regular service at the Baptist church ing diy. Her home wa in Louisville. arise which will make it urgent and Hcniy Tomlinson, who continues quite Saturday, March 28. this, they fell upon the offenders with Indiana and Ohio, and which was or- Ii) the pastor. Rev. J M. Rodgcrs. She i survived by her husband, par- necessary that the Kentucky Congress Service of Sone: Scripture and Pray brass knucks and other weapons, and a ganized ftvc vears ago, practically end. House Mr J Rockwell Smith and little erRev. Pollitt. Lancaster; Reports of man be constantly present in the Mrs. Grovcr C. Gastincau. of Point ent, three sisters and otic brother general fight ensued, which brought ed its existence last week when check Leavell, visited her parents, Mr. and R S. Shivel was in Stanford last of Representatives, and that the presJuliet and Charlott are the the Societies; Question Box conducted all parties into the hands of the police fcr $JI6.(X10 were diitributcd among Mrs John Nalor. week to make a draft of the K. of P. sure of his duties and the opening of guests of Mrs. Smith's parents, Hon. by C. F. Evans, Lebanon, Field Secand to the bars of justice. When the the n embers Tin rt'preenl the final in other directions will and Mrs Charles Fox In Danville retary, Kentucky C E. Union; Chorus Mi Mary Pettus is at Richmond at- amphitheater, and seems, to appreciate onoortunities fines for procuring and selling the finds tor tobacco pools which have re- tending the East Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. George D. Robinson Junior C. E. of Lancaster; Address Normal the treatment accorded him by some ot make it advisable for him to withdraw the sulted in the farmers receiving more whisky, assault and battery, and tin; Stanford citizen, especially J M. from the contest for this campaign at and little sons. Walker and, George D. Rev. r. M. Itndcr, Lancaster. had than $20,000,000 for tobacco during the school. Carter, the clever liver)nun who drove least. possession of concealed .seajions Saturday Afternoon Jr.. have returned from a winter's stay I mcOACffl it U.3 (llfO CTCll tliat life of thr society. The Burle) TobacMn Song service: Devotional Exercises him to the grounds, and wouli accept in Cordak, Ga. Beckham to Speak at Harrodsburg organizaoriginal o,uart of whis co Company, a the cost of the no pav for the trouble Senior Christian Endeavor, LancasIt is with much regret that LancasFamous Feudist Dies in Pike Several auto loads of Lincoln county ky luit been swelled lo inr um to- tion, ha succeeded the socety. Prof. J. W. Ireland, of Stanford, Solo Miss Ruth Cancer, Lancascitizens witness the departure of Randall McCoy. 90. a consipcuous ter Wm. Burnett. Mm. Burnett and ter; Address Christian Endeavor and democrats will go over to Harrods$.W5 7S, which is about the high-c- t tal of American Book Comter; feud 30 Dr. daughter for figure in the Hatfield-MeCo- y burg next Monday. April 6th, when panv was .the price we hae heard of the juice Lexington in town last Tuesday. Llncolnites Is their new home in the grcit work it is accomplishing little Pike-vn'Gov Beckham speaks there in the inbunging for some time. Mis. George Faulkner, of Vincenne. je.ir aqo, died Saturdy near clie!bvvillc. They will certainly be ac J. A. Sanders. Nicholasville, President S P tapg has returned from a visit terest of hi race for the democratic I'ike county, of injuries received companied to their new abode by many 8th District Union; Chorus IntermeR. Ind. was the Ruest of her brother, to his old stamping ground in western by falling into a open fire place last good C, Thompson last week. Speak for Road Bond Issue in Pulaski Lincoln county He a) that Dr. Tom nomination for U. S. Senator. Beckwishes for health and prosperity. diate Christian Endeavor, Lancaster; and ham is vcrystrong in Mercer and his A Idress on Prison Work Miss GeorJohn Robins, and daughter, Mildred, fall. He took an active handfaction was Captain Am Bourne sold at commisState Senator Joe llosworlh. of Mid- - Bohoti, the Sage of Carpenter's Creek, friends say, is sure to carry it. in the leader of the McCoy gia Dunn, Supt. of Prison Work, Kenwere in Mt. Vernon Monday. in llAlmm tti.l rmnmttiinnfr It f TfT is a voung as he was 25 )ear ago. -! during the sioner's sale the Hafjer land 199 acres tucky, C. E. Union. Marksbury. llllllXIH'l lrflltlHJI"ll Gov. Beckham spoke at Wilmore Granville Owens was appointed post- man) sanguinary battles of which rcll. of the State highway department. Col. 1cm Drewry, of Louisville, and Momlav in the race for U, S. Senator New Years night. together with 75 consists cliff land to feudal das. On and Saturday Evening .March 23 acres of Joe Ireland, both Ameri- and the daily papers say that the crowd master at Brodhead last week, soon we 1887. a tattle took place at his home IIWKC ai juincilti hjann.i- -j as Mr. W. Son? Service and Praise; Devotion iulf of the $500,000 tond issue which can Book Company magnates, were in to hear him' wa so large that no hall presume he will take charge as Wc un- which reMilted in the loss of one $13250. S. Hager the purchaser for Rev. Beagle, Lancaster: Reports of the the could be found big enough to hold it lie receives his commission. tbe people of Pulaski county will ctc I cxinpton last night celebrating derstand that the office will be moved daughter and two ions On that ocCommunion service were held at the Committee; Address C. E. Martin, Lexupon April 24, A large crowd was in adjo tmtnent of the Legislature. and a platform had to be hurriedly to tl building where the barber shop casion his wife was left for dead on Preshvterian church Sunijay morningl President of Kentucky C. E. Union, were made ington Leader, town and many conxerts the frozen ground, but was thawed constructed for him to speak in the is now located. Mis. John M. Mount and Miss, Katie subject. "A Reverie of the Past and Mr. Boworti exby the speakers. morning. His open. loose the following Mr. Walter Smith and Miss Jennie Barnes Dickerson were in Louisville Vision of the Future;" Song. "Never plained the new road bill which passLancaster Merchant Assigns Gov. McCrcary ha announced that Smith, of Crab Orchard, were the house was alo burned to the ground. ard enjoved the religious play "Joseph Alone" Misses Florence Jonson. MarMr Terrel ed the last Legislature. II. T Logan, of Lancaster filed a he will begin his speaking campaign for guests of Mrs J. M. Owens last Thurstha Tinder Mamie Storm Dunn. Mesanil his Brethren." also explained the aid the tatc would deed of assignment for the benefit of the democratic nomination for U. S day. County Attorney Succumbs The voire pupils of Miss Sarah srs. Allen Jonson and Bradley Bourne; the county in building the pikes, hit creditors, naming tile Garrard Senator at Winhccstcr on Mondaj Mr. James Haves, of Crab Orchard, ?ie interest is evinced in the elec- Bank & Trust Comnanv a assignee. April Clh. Attorney W. E. Clay, of Daniels entertained at a recital on Fri- The call To Sen ice C. F. Evans, Lebwas visiting Mrs. J. M. Roberts here Grart count v who was shot by S. M. day afternoon. Some excellent solos anon. Sunday Morning, March 29. J. R. Cook was elected campaign He conducted a men furnishings and tion. last week. manager. nilliter lat Tuesday morning died Sat- were rendered bv the pupils. shoe store. Bad collections arc given Commissioner's Sale in Garrard Visiting Endeavors will attend serMsdimc A. F. Sander. Pool Perurday morning from the effect of hi as the cause of the assignment. Mr. Lo Representative Master Commissioner Boge Brown, wounds Clay was shot twice, a bullet kins and D. C. Sander and Miss Chris, vices of the various churches. gan served tor two )ears as major oi of Garrard county, sold last week at Endorse Senator and Probated at Lancaster Elkin Will Sunday Afternoon Clay's body was tine Sanders,, of Lancaster, were reThe Stanford W. C. T. U. wish to piercing each lung Lancaster, retiring on January 1. Song Service; Scripture Reading and Lancaster the Hager land in the fhe will of the late Zachariah Elkin e.xpres their hearty appreciation ,of taken to his home in the country. No cent visitors in Danville. section of Garrard comity, the the support given by Representative Lancaster: Mrs. W S. Elkin. of Atlanta, who prajer M. L. Cancer. v.r.s probated in the Garrard county date for the examining trial of Billiter court last week. Mr. Elkin gave to K. S. D. Matron Dies at Advanced Age tract containing 199 acres, together Shelton M. Saufley and Senator Chas. has been set and he has not been re- ha been visiting her ister, Miss Jen- Duett. "Tell Me The Old., Old Story." Mrs1. Mary F. Dudley, who had been with about 75 acres of cliff land. W. Ruth Two the children of his deceased daughter F. Montgomery to temperance and re- arrested. The examining trial probab- nie Duncan is now in Stanford with Bernice little girls, AddressCarrier and Champ; Prof. J. Lou Ann Smith, four in number, ten matron at the Kentucky School for the S. Hager being the purchaser for form measures in the legislature, re- ly will be held early next week. A sister. Mrs, Charlotte Warren. d & Deaf, since 1874. died at Danville last In the case of Eliza Hurt's Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph is home again Watt Raines. Berea Coltege. shares of stock in the Garrard Hank We noted with new count) attorney will have to b: cently adjourned. resEvening ia Graded School disease in the ninetieth ministrator, et al, against Lewis week of heart Sunday after a protracted stay in New York. Trust Company of Lancaster. The pleasure that they did not hesitate on appointed by the county judge. Union Christian Endeavor Meeting, ',witli her sister and in Eaton. O., with et al, the home place, consisting these important questions idue of his estate, including a tract of year of her age. Her husband, who but were C. F. Evans, Leader. Subject "Why was a prominent lawjer at Mills Point, of 44 4 acres, was bid in by James I. present and voted on the right side, in 157 acres near jand consisting of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fox. Posts His Pond Against Fishermen in western Kentucky, preceded her to Hamilton for J. W. Tatem at $7607 giving this endorsement we are sure Mrs. W, S. Walker has been called I Believe in Christian Endeavors." he bequeathed to his daughper acre. In, the case of Belle Tatem, wc but speak the sentiment of a very 'F. L. Thompson, the well known far- to Connersv ille, Ind., by the critical ill- Devotions. F. M, Tinder, Lancaster; ter. Mrs. CecU Beatty. Messrs. R. E. the grave a generation ago. ct al, vs Lewis Kincaid. ct al., the sev- large majority of their constituents. mer near Preachersville, was in Stan- ness of her little granddaughter, Mar- Chorus Junior, Intermediate and SenMcRoberts. F S. Hughes and J. W. Lebus' Drivers Go On Strike eral tracts were mircbased bv Mr ford, Monday and posted his place and garet Walker, she being alarmingl) ill ior C Es. Lancaster; Address Prof. Elmore were appointed appraisers of Press Agent, W. C T. U. R. H. Crossficld, Transylvania Unie pond on it against fish, of dipthcria. Prohahl) the first strike in the his- Belle Tatem for $3,536. In tho case of the estate. R L. Elkin was named in James H. McGinnis ImhirIu of John the versity. Mr. Thompson is mare for nig and hunting. tlir will as executor, and appeared and tory of Harrison county occurred near r.hza A. Hurts administrator, ct al , vs H Gray a fancy ) ear-ol- d for The same officers were rn.it.iiic an effort to secure a new stock Paint Lick Cyntluana last week, when some twenty Lewis Kincaid, ct al., what was known $175. Both live near Parksville. qualified They vear of fish from the government hatcheries of thisNicholasville, are: J. A. Sanders, men in the cmplo) of Clarence LeBus as the W. S. Walker tract of 5J 4 Misses Blanton and Hysinger, president. Miss Dunstruck for a raie of 25 cent per day. acre was sold to Hamilton and Center More Local Option Elections Coming to replenish his miniature lake, tie Brodhead, have been visiting Mr. and of Disturbed Religious- Worship bar, of Berea. vice president, Miss Emwants junipers and newlights, if he can Mrs. Bovd W)tin. of the men were drivers, hauling at $86 per acre. Mrs. Frances E. Beauchainp, nrcsi-deSlick Ball, of near McKinney, was Most from the Ashbrcok distillery to ma Havs. of Stanford, secretary, Frank get the.n and has posted his premises feed Levi Davis, a prosperous merchant, Tinder,' Chrisof the Kentucky Woman's fined $20 and .ot b Judge Bailey in Lebus farms where his cattle are fed. jr., of Lancaster, treasurer until of Livingston, is visiting his parents News of the Churchia Union, sa)s tliat in so that they will not be disturbed charge of tian Temperance county court lasi week on a at Lowell. TI.e I idles of the Baptist ctuirt.Ii will calling for local option elections in they attain some size. He reworship. disturbing religious Wallace Singleton Buys Motorcycle E. L. Hutrick and son have bought plevied the fine. Dolph Thurmond was Family Shooting Affrs- at Winchester htive a court diy dinner at Carson's Central Kentucky this fall the group Wallace Singleton bought last week the merchandise of Fish and Ham-mac- k K. of Ps. Elect Fair Directors Flod Horton in shooting at his son, restaurant building on Lancaster street plan will be followed in the petitions mind and sent to adjudged of unsound from Arthur C. Colfey. ot Rees Horton, at Winchester Saturday, on April Uth and hope all the men in of the drys and that Favettc, Clark, Lexington. Thursday night at a meeting change the latter taking a farm in ex- a motorcycle Mr Coffey had only had' On last "he asylum at McKinney. for goods. mot tally wounded Charles Scott, an in- town will come and help a good cause. Bourbon. Scott and Jessamine counties of the K. of P. lodge directors were Mt. Tabor Baptist Sunday school this motorc)cle a short trniei The nocent b)stander, Reese Horton, who A good dinner is promised. would all hold their elections on the elected for the K. of P. fair. They are Ths Forty Year Test rally day for missions on price paid was $150. will exceptional tried to push the weapon aside, was, The ladies of the Christian church same day if the dry petitions are grant, I. L. Beazlcy. R. L. Hubble, W. H. April have a An article must have 12th. Wearen. John N. Menefec. Jr.. Joe Will period of forty shot through the hand. Floyd Horton are requested to meet with the Ladies ed. merit to survive for a The brethren contemplate a series of SERIOUS CATARRH into custody. Aid Society Saturday afternoon at 2 Rout. P L. Beck. S. T, Harris, H. C. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was taken years. YIELDS TO HYOMEI Thanks. Old Friend Wray J. A. Spoonamore and R. C meetings in May in order to revive the o'clock at Mrs. Will Severance's. Suboffered to the public in 1872. was first clntr:h. Editor Shelton M. Saufley, of the I locker. small beginning it has. grown Mrs. Sallle Hoover Dies in Jessamine ject for devotional period. "Let that From a Miss Nannie Lowry, of Troy, Ky., You Breaths It Mrs. Sallie Hoover, aced 72 )ears, Mind be in You which was J Wo in Stanford Journal, was here yesterday The directors of the K. of P. Fair In favor and populairty until it has . it is visiting Mr Walker Guyn. woin the interest of that bright and breez) are requested to meet Saturday after' attained a world wide reputation. You an old resident and died Saturday Christ Jesus." of the graded school The trustee Lino'clock in the Nicholasville, Mr Saufley represented k service at the Presbterian paper noon, April Ith at two Be wise in time and use Hjomei at will find nothing better for a cough man of met this week to select teachers for two sons, AttorWednesday evening, April 1, coln in the recent session of the Legis- lodge room. the first s)inptoms of catarrh, such as or cold. Try it and you will under- morning.U. She leaves prominent lawyer chunh onSubject the ensuing year. Hoover, a ney li. "The Lord's Prajer." lature and redeemed every frequent head colds, constant sniffling, stand why it is favorite after a period of' Nicholasville, and W, H. Hoover, n at 7.15. pledge made. He and Maurice Farrir, Mountain Phone ia Town Remember Kings raising of mucus, or droppings in the All urged to be present. of more than forty years. It not only Little Miss Coleman Honored in an d farmer. the church gives to pravcr is of Bovle, worked the time Do not let the disease become For sale by all relief- -it cures. C. McClary has had a wire run Under a pretty picture of Miss throat. the best evidence of tier interest in the effort to defeat freak laws and put up. to J.his undertaking office and saddler) and )otf are in danger of a 5ies Mary Hortense Coleman, labeled "Wee serious if not fatal ailment. stiff fight, but the odds were too thinus of the kincdom of Heaven. Chronve Stomaca Troubto Cured rjp on Main strrrt from the King's One) ear old Charmer" "the Louisville The J.slic' Aid Society, of the Bap- Rreat. Danv ille Messenger. There is no other treatment for caSix Months' Bride Dies la Adair There is nothing more discouraging Mountain Farmers Telephone line, and Times in a recent issue had this: tarrh, head colds, etc., like the Hjotist church will meet with Mrs. She)-to- n a phone in luVoffice is now in workMrs. Rollin Kinnalrd. died suddmly than a chronic disorder of the stom-a'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. mei method, none just as good, so easy Notice to Contractors Saufley Thursday afternoon al Is (t not surprising that many ing order connecting with the southern Clarence Coleman, 102 at Nell. Adair county, Saturday morn-luEast Gray and pleasant to use, or that Rives All persons who made successful part of Ihe county six suffer for years with such an ailment 230 o'clock instead of Friday as preThe toll to nonShe vyas married about This wee tot has been named quick, sure, and lasting relief. You street All members of bids, and received contracts on tie stockholders is five cents a call. is within their viously announced. Inonths ato She was a Miss Walker when a permanent cure for representation in the Temple of breathe it no stomach dosing. G. L. the society are requested to bring the Inbefore her marriage. She was a niece reach and may be had for a trifle? dollars which they were expected to various turnpikes arc required to exeChildhood at the Panama-Pacifi- c Penny will refund your money if )ou ago," says P. H. Columbia. "About one year of Mrs. J. A Russell, of The above are not benefitted. The fiidit made hv Representative ternational Exposition. cute bond before the County Judge, at Wakelee. Mich.. "I bought a make this past month. Beck, of photo was made on February 10, the April 1, 1914. Sherley. of Kentucky, for. the AdminisTrv Ihomei aw once and see how a date not later than ChawMrUia's Tablets For Coastlaa-tlo- a. package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and pending toll controversy day she was one year old. quickly it clears the head, stops the The next honor rolt of subscribers, Those contracts fotvwhicli no bond is tration in thethe repeated since using them I felt perfectly well. sniffling, and banishes catarrh. H)o-mh ts caused die of his have recently paid ,up for the I, j. Cvnthiana Baptists have raised $10,. helps )ou to enjoy good health. All For constipation, Chamberlains Tab-let- s I had previously used any number of who be published after court day, April executed by the date will be cancelled, name in the press of the country as take, mild different medicines, but none of them will 2J.5 and the work relet. are excellent. Easy to available for Speaker should an ef- 000 by subscription to build a new druggists sell it. Ask for the comGive them a were of any lasting benefit." For sate Uth. Bring in that dollar )ou owe and E. D. PENNINGTON, Co. Cnginer. church. 6 plete outfit ?1.00. and gentle in effect. fort be made to displace Mr, Clark. get jour name on the list. bv all dealers. sale by all dealers. MJTLEIt W1NI AT MKINNEY MIM HANMN AT MORELAND well-know- n Somerset Man Is Killed William and Howard Holsomback. of Somerset, while looking for work ut Shreveport, Louisiana were arrested on a charge of having no visible means of support, or something of the kind, and sent to a farm and put to work under control of guards for thirty days. iicticving mat (thcy had committed no offense and being told that the guards would not shoot them, William undertook to escape and was shot in the back bv one of the miards. The shot did not kill )oung Holsomback immediately he was taken to a luspital where iti' lived two or tlirce davs. Howard was pardoned and permitted to take the remains of his brother to Somerset for of burial. S. O Kline, brother-in-lathese bo)s went to the rccne of the shooting to make a thorough investi Ration. WILL LEE DRAWS DAYS TO PROVIDE SINKING FUND WILL STANLEY WITHDRAW? t div-idtn- n a SHORT-CIRCUITE- D I- - Ken-tmk- Kos-co- e i c short-circu- it m Sat-uida- v. Com-mind- er ..i.. D)e-hou- e. . Co-Pt- lc $13.-25- 0. Kin-cai- 3-- acre-larg- 3-- 3-- nt well-know- n Mid-wee- well-know- n hand-in-han- deep-seate- d ld h. g. ei 24-2- trial. For .. m WiM "tmt mtr .. A. w '" T3' . . MA - ?GP . -- rtll"IWI WEfcjtfiMwfoi' twin W MtillWWWMmiiMBllJwlj . , - . - , m Zi!,M THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD) KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MARCH 91, 1914. Children Cry for Nv 'i Fltchr's he II A Interior Journal M. sllKLTUN HAUn.KV BTlUCll.V (At IN - lToprlrloi ADVANCK TI'.AU Hi tfctnd rfaff mul mafftr. KntrrrJ rxjff- al SUntrd t EASTER HATS make it shine. have prepared for you. STETSON HATS in the young men's shapes and the full broad brim and stiffs at $3.50, $4 and $5. The same blocks and styles as Stetson's in a little lower grade at $1.50, $2 and $3. believe these are just a little the smoothest and PANAMAS and STRAW YACHTS-- We Straws at $1 to $3.50. whitest slock we have ever seen; the shapes and dimensions are perfect. Panamas $5 and $6. Select yours for Easter at once. Some way people have gotten into ting the habit of putting on their SOMETHING NEW FOR EASTER Sunday wear. You can't press your Hat like your suit and make it look like new. You can't polish it like your shoes and You must have a NEW HAT, and so we best-wanmmmmmmmitM-WltSfkmmm"- A Good Road Law We Didn't Support Tlio Kind Yoo Always Bonglit, nnil which lin ticcn years, has bornotho nignntura of nnu uns neon mauo unacr inn pcr- ponnl supervision plnco Its inmiH-y- . yj 7&4cute Allow no ono to dccrlvo you in tills. nro but All Cuiitiforfclt. Imitations nnil Experimcnta that tritlo with nnd endanger tho lirnlth of lulauts nnd Children Experience ngalnst Kxperlmcat lu use for over HrtTO - JK j ".Tint-ni-jroo- d" Oil, PareCnstorla Is goric, Drops nnd Moothlnir Hyrtips. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotlo mibotancc. Its nj;o is Hm guarantee. It dcxtroys Worms find allays Feverlshncss. For moro than thirty years It lias been In constant use. for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, nil Tcethliiff Troubles nnd It regulates tho Htomaeli nnd Itovrrls, DlarrhnM. asltnilates tho Food, giving henlthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. - CASTORIA What is unbstltnto for Castor a harmless GENUINE The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years ILT (&0& f CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of fund, with which to aid counties in improving roads, The law noes into effect in 1915, and provides that, where a county uses it road fund for permanent improvements under the conditions of the law, which requires plans to ho prepared hy the State Road Department and the approval of the contract hy the Commissioner, the state shall put up dollar for dollar.witlt the count v. Now if congress appropriates $25,000,000 to divide out anion): the states for Rood roads, which is practi. cally a certainty, Lincoln county's road fund raised at home hy the fic cent a ear, tax will amount to aliout while she will receive about $12,(1)0 a ear from the state and national funds. Tin's is a Rood law and will mean lots towards better roads, Lincoln's representative otcd against it, however, for he was pledged against any sort of legislation at the recent session which wouid mean an increase in the tax rate on the people, and this law adds an additional five-cetax on every in (he trtnernor McCrcary has signed the state aid hill, levjing a tax of five cents on the $100 to create a state road - jii tp er H. J. McROBERTS FAMILY AVOIDS SHERIFF'S SALE. They talk alniut the poor old Kentucky legislature and its sins of oints-sic- n hut and commission its when so wasn't record had compared with others The Mississ ippi legislature has just adjourned after spending over eight million dollars of the taxpavcrs' money in whereas the Kcntitck) legis lature in new appropriations did not spend as much as $20,000. Sonic little iiiffircnec there, and Kentucky is con- Dy Being Constantly Supplied Willi sidered a richer state than Mississippi. appro-pnatious, SERIOUS SICKNESS Thedford't Black-Draug- ht 1 1. J. PIT TOUR NET CARDS WILSON WINS GKEAT VICTORY FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY "Opportunity seeks the man with ready Prepare for his money. coming by opening an ac- count TODAY at this strong Bank." FEEDS Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. Linseed Meal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2.00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Condensed Report of Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, March 4, 1914 U.S. and Lincoln county tsonus i a.ouu.uu Ranking House and 6,500.00 Fixtures - Due from Banks Cash - - - - 31,22523 "Honor Roll Bank" . LIABILITIES: RESOURCES: - $358,484.97 j Capital Loans $100,000.00 Surplus and profits Circulation Bills Payable Deposits 107,639.01 100,000.00 NONE ? 7- 221,071.19 $528,710.20 $528,710.20 r LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK .if cSuSr Good Farm Wagon or Field or Garden Seeds Go To When you want speaker Beats Clark, Underwood and Other on suffered for several McDuff. Va.- -"l years," says Airs. J. U. Whittnker, ol Free Tolls Bill in House this place, "with sick headache, and ilomach trouble. Prtswlcnt Wilson Friila) won the opTen years ago a friend fold me to try ening skirmish of the greatest legislaDiedford's which I did, tive battle of Ins ailmtimlratiun when ind 1 found it to be the best family medithe House over bitter protests from the cine for young and old. riroirnizcd Democratic leaders, and alI keep on hand all the most solid minority opposition, adcptcl a special rule for the consideration of dme now, and when my children (eel a little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it the bill repealing the free tolls provisdoes them more good than any medicine ion of the Panama Cant I. they ever tried. Speaker Clark, Democratic Leader We never have a long spell of sickUnderwood, Republican Leader Mann and Progressive Leader Murdock were ness in our family, since we commenced at the head of those lined up against using Tliedford's is purelj the Administration hut the House responded to the President's personal vegetable, and has been found to reguappeal for prompt consideration of the late weak stomachs, aid digestion, rerepeal bill as a means ot" suppomn? lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, headache, sick stomach, and similar Ins Administration's foreign poitev. Two votes demonstrated the Presi- symptoms. It has been in constant use for more dent's commanding influence with his party in Congress. On the firt test, than 70 years, and has benefited more than a million people. a motion to end debate and preclude Your druggist sells and recommends amendment on the rule carried by a Price only 25c. Get a vote of 207 to 170 the rule itself was Backage adopted 2iX) to 172. Nothing to comN. i pare with the sccne'had occurred in the House since the famous Cannon rules PARKSVILLE fight four years ago. In vain RepreMiss Laura Southland and Mr. Cla sentative Underwood took the floor of the house and urged his colleagues to WiImwi of Casey count , were united vote against the rule. Die rank and ri marriage at the residenec of Rev. Iidvvards, that gentleman profile Democrats, after listening to three J. hours of passionate arguments, swung nouncing the ccremonv, last Saturdav into the President's column, 195 of afternoon at 3 o'clock. The bride is them voting to present the amendment an accomplished joung lady, while the of the special rule, while but 55 folis a oung farmer. They are lowed the leaders in joining the ma- both popular. Following the ceremony tbev were entertained at a six o'clock jority in opposition Tw. Deni'xratic members of Con- dinner liy the bride's sister. They exgress from Kentucky Thomas and pect to locate in the West later. Helm oted against the adoption of Rev. J. V. Fdvvards pronounced the the Panama tolls rule. On the final following vv cilding ceremonies at his oteon the pasage ot the of the re- residence recentlv Miss F.thel Crow, pelling bill, Thomas nlll vote for the aged lf..and Clinton Cotk 19, both of Measure and Helm against it. the Rolling Fork community. Uo at , Representative Helm said the whole lesideucc of the bride's parents, tc'idinc) of modern times is to reduce Mr. and Mrs John Lihm, south of tne cost of transportu.g merchandise th!s place. Miss Sallie Lucas, 17 and and products and that the United John Hasty, 19. state is now expending the enormous Je)lm Scltsman sold to Orville Tucksum of forty millions dollars with a er a Jcrscj eov for $43, and a ton of view to reducing freight rates in Alastimotnv hay to each of the following ka. To refue to make it possible to Jesse W Overstrc-ct- , J. R Thomas and reduce ocean freight rates through the J Walker Cozatt at SIS per ton medium of free passage through the canal is on of harmony with this ten- is Mrs. T II. Campbell, of Lexington, Visiting her sisters, Mrs. V T. Cmdency he said. Semtor James is much pleased over zatt and Mrs. J I) Minor this week. Richard Haflev, a Casey the victory of the President in the count citizen, died at his home in the House "He had to oppose all the leaders of northern section of that county, on the all the parties Clark, Underwexm. Ktli. Mr llaflcy bad long been iden. interest of Fitzgerald. Mann and Murdock but he tilicd vith the business bowled all of them over like they were Casey county and adjoining counties, said the Kentucky Senator during his business career Ind fold many million shingles and large quanlaughingly. Senator .lames has declared himself tities of timber of various kinds. He in favor of the repeal of the Panama was 7; cars of age and leaves many tr.lh art. lie said he v.ouid be the friend to mourn his ocatli. His was Lomliicled by Rev. f. W. Edfirst to defend the nation's honor bin wou'tl never consent to the ship sub wards in the nresrno of une f the hrgest crowds tha ever gathered in sidy, which free tolls meant for coastthat community, interment foiloving wise shipp;rs. The prominent part that Speaker in the Morgan bnrving ground. Clark took against the President and his: friends and the overwhelming vicDeputy Clerk of the Court of Aptory of the latter is sa'd to mean that peals, A. Addams, of Frankfort, was the triends of Wilson will give Clark here with friends Tuesday. nfive opposition for as Black-DraugBlack-Draught Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draught Black-Draught y. c gnn tl-- favor of David ilaird & Son against paint has before been discovered. Marv D Iturkc for the sum of three hundred and and fifty one dollars HOW DO WE KNOW7- -U is because no paint can be fireforty five cents, (J51.-15- ) with six per proof until it is. proven such, and before offering this to the thereon from the 2itli cent interest we have given it the severest tests, such as holding a 1912 until paid, also the day of Julv Kublic and concentrating the blaze for eleven consecutive sum of the accrued cost and for the further cost of this action. minutes on material coated with one application of this paint, I, or one of my deputies will on and wc failed to make it burn. Monday. April 13, 1914 between the KXCELSIOR-- We have filled boxes that had been given one hours of one o'clock P. M. and two o'coat with excelsior, and set the excelsior on fire, and in no inclock P M. at the Court Home in Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentdcky, stance did wc burn the box. expose to public sale to the htulicst II v coJJ do no You bidder, the following proper!) or o, more than to fire piool bcmrnt, thrtr it hardly a limit to our field ol operation, but we much llierof as may be necessary to go farther, ai thit paint l null mmiluir; and to loi coating tttttle woii, poili, piling, dipsatisty the amount ol rlamtifl s ilelit, ping ihinglet, militating wirrt, or any ol ihe many ronditmni wnrtt iafty ii and cost to wit First tract interest along with bfauly and prntitatwn, we olfrr Rca'i Firr.Proof Pant ai a luptnor iKiundcd thus, beginning in the center article. of the Danville and Hustonvillc turnWr can adj any coloring millrr, but to far hare only adrocalcd two pike near the town of Shelby Citv, colon. The light paint (which can hanjly I told bora nuh) m lor inltooi work. The thence X S3 W 50 poles with white paint it for both interior and rilrnoi woik, and can be made lulhcirntly thin to UK John Durham's line to a stone corner in a ipraying machine, enabling the perron applying it to reach inaccrtuble placet, and to same in olil Mielby survey, thence cotrnng all ol lh tuiface. with said line S. 19 1.2 W. 50 jniles We feel that the loregoing tlatemteti will cauie you lo invrtligale. and lurch you will do io when we tell you that the coat u only a tnAe more than hall that of any good paint. with stone corner in old Hreckenndee line, thence with aid line S 63 Ingredienti can be had in your home town. Wr tell you the loimula. F poles to the center of llie 3i All inquiries carefully answered. Cincinnati Repieientahre, turnpike, Danville and Ilustonville thence with said turnpike N. 39 k 3X J. W. DURNELL, 41 E. Fourth Cincinnati, Ohio poles to the corner in center of F. same, thence with amc N 24 34 poles to the beginning, containing seventeen acres ami twenty nine noles more or Ies, Second tract. bounded on the North by the property ' of Nannie Wolf, on the west by thei property of Abraham Scott, on the south by the center of the Knob Lick, dirt road anil on the cast of the center nl tlir P.inillr anil llnstonvillr turn pike road and containing about one acre. Compounded according- - to tho Original A ExIcing the same property conveyed clusive Formula A Recipes of Charlio White-Mooby deed from b - bhipman etc, to v The Cow-bo- y Herballat, for tho treatment P. and J. W Burke and afterwards of human .allmonU. Endoraed In the Bible. cons eyed F. T. llurkc and wife to J Thouoande of Testimonlala. GO JCCEL-8AW. Burke bv deed recorded in Deed the Book, No. 35. page 352, in the Lincoln Great Body-Toni- c SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuC3ARJJEW11TE.M00N man Skin Only. Count) Clerks' s Office and the same is your druggist, or write levied upon the life estate of Mary D 7kCtV.ffclaUt Burke in said property. or eiaiNaron CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N TERMS Sale will be made on a mite wen cantm IHUI l.'WSltJ credit of six months, Ixrnd with apLouisville, Kentucky cetwnui a tcitict mm 3731 West Broadway proved security required, bearing in tercst at the rate of six per cent per annum from dav of sale and having the force and effect of sale !oml J t. Wcalherford. S I. C ji i lus ttic in ilay ot .Marcn ivh Hy virtue of execution No. ltK) di reeled to me which issued from the clerk's office of the Uo.vlc Court in REA'S No Paint with fire-resisti- FIRE-PROO- F PAINT. qualities such as we claim for this dir Something For c to ThinK About. Color 0 40-lf- 72-1- St, 49-1- Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES R, 1 4b n, Ak Mrs. j Feed and Field Seeds Full and Complete Stocks. We are glad to receive your orders. SEED CORN! have Boone Count) White and Red cob corn from the crops of 1912 also Rcld's Yellow Dent crop of 1913 which has been care, fully hand picked as well as all s other farm seeds write for 2d- -t and price, I am-ple- Phone 54. well-know- n W. BUSH, NELSON, Lexington, Ky. GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky fun-e-r- EASTER CLOTHING Sv tmXWrvfcmW r$K-'w- l'"rl WoZAW T. D. Newland ' '1 1K INCLUDING - Opposite Court House STANFORD, KY. GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winter' discomfort. VIA WINTER TOOrTST FARES HOW AVAILABLE TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS. "LAND OF THE SKY." LONO. STOP-OVE- R PANAMA AND TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. ATTRACTIVE EQUIPMENT, RETURN LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. Ky. H. C For details consult any Ticket Agent or write KIN6, Pwftgsr and Ticket Agent, 101 Eut Main SL, Lexington, Helm, of the Eighth Actiiiff under the orders of the n Kentcl:v district, who has alvvavs been t strong Clark and Underwood par- -' herebyCounty Fiscal Court, notice is given that bids on traction man, leit tne other Kentucky demwill be received on or before 12 ocrats and with Langtey. the republican from the Tenth district veiled o'clock .M. Tuesday, April 7th. 1914. to furnish said county the following against th- - President. lift of goods. Bids on engines from 14 to 20 horse nower. one traction en CHILDREN HATE OIL, gine to be equipped as follows: With CALOMEL AND PILLS one iniretnr. nnr nnmn iml "California Syrup of Figi" best For contractors' tank and fuel bunkers, lull length metal cab. lacketed boi er Tender Stomach, Livond grader on plow hitch engine to be er Boweli equipped with latest tried and accept- eu design ol its class buildLook back at jour childhood days. ing purposes. Size of for road cylinder Remember the "dose" mother insisted be given i e diameter of cylinder must anil on castor oil, .calomel, cathartics length of stroke in inches working how )ou bated them, how oi fought team pressure, capacity ol water tank against taking them. in gallons and fuel capacity and weights With our children different. of said engine thus equipped. its Price Mothers who climr to the old form of name to be F. O. B. cars, Stanford, physic simply don't realize what they Ky., terms of pa)iuent, one note or The children's do. revolt is county warrant to be given upon ileliv Their tender little "insides" cry and acceptance, due on or before arc injured bv them. December I, 1914, with 6 per cent, inand terest from date of delivery and accepIf your child s stomach, liver hovuls need cleansini!. nive only deli tance until paid. Delivery of engine cious "California Syrup of V'ms." Its to be nude within 10 or not more Ihau action is ositive, but gentle. Millions 15 da)s after order is placed. of mothers keep this harmless "fruit All prospective bidders must have laxative" handy; they know childiru their sealed bids in the hands of the love lo lake it; that it never fails to county road engineer on or before 12 clean tiie liver and ItovveW and sweeten o'clock M, Tuesday, April 7th, 1914. the stomach and that a leapoiiifiil No. bid, will be- - son tide red received given today saves a sick child tomorafter that time and date stated above. row. Said bids to be opened by the court botAsk your druggist for a and contract awarded on the 8tli day tle of "California Syrup of FIks," of April 1914, in open court. The right which has full directions for babies of to reject any and all bids is reserved all aites ami for grown-up- s plainly on and the right to place orders on said each bottle. Beware of counterfeits bids up to and including April 8th, sold here. See that it is made by ' California Fiji Syrup Company." Re1914. F. D. PKNNINGTON, County fuse any other kind with contempt. Road fvngiiiecr. .Congressman Lin-coilu-fi- NOTICE Ate r'WSLlllVgk xwmtmrffi V. aLLLHiS ixbsxvJm aaaaH fA ' !'l I A P i l.i . I 'J NOW, as Easter. t is nearly here and YOU will want to be with the smart set, call and look OUR New Spring CLOTHING over. This means voir are looking at the LARGEST line ever brought before your eyes. We show you these in all models, colors and prices. ALSO OUR Spring Oxfords have arrived-a- nd we have-yo- ur size, and we are showing more styles than any one jmm mm JmWl MM ' r afi tit v.t7mW nrMaiiliE.L. Ei i Robinson's Stanford, Kentucky -- . TljLJMLkMlMiLlddlEMldAHiHiMMHHI ,mnv9 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mr Clinton K. Martin, of Indiana-poll- i, nlojipnl ovtr to see hi on lm return from MriuntiM. Mr. V II. Worsliam, of Cnrl.in, lias rctnrn'il home nltrr a Uil to Iter iiarrnts. Mr and Mrs. I F. (iovcr Mm l.tila 1'rcwitt, itf I.ouivillr, who Im been the guctt of Mr. and Mr. C l Tate returned home Monday. YiaMt To Lydia E. Pink- Miss Ilclle Denny li.n returned Imiui after a visit to relatives nnd friend at ham's Vegetable LaticaMrr. Mrs S J. Tatcm, of Crab Orchard, Compound. I m Louisville, Iniyuig her new line of pniiK milliner). WMmti,lnd.'.-- "l suffered for fourMr Wallace (iover and Mr. U II teen yean from organic Inflammation, lirotiautsh, Jr, of Crab Orchard, were remnle weakness, here Monday. ruuidl t3tEai,ii BLJBHlSaBVaVaVaWJiu'tt" pain and Irregulnrl-tielr Kinrll Million returned MonTho pains In day fro-- l)aton, Ohio, where he ha my sides wcro In- been isiting her brother, J. A. Tucker fcPTirt BTt ) 4N m creased by wnlklnjc and familv awjej or standing on my feet and I had such HUST0NV1LLE awful bearing down Mm Mancic Ware, of McKinncy, feelings, was de- wa here last week A. I. Adim pressed In spirits ami Ur. (). S Wiland becamo thin and liam motored to the I'.nglcm.ut Hitil palowlthdull.heavy in lloylc county to fish, but the wind eyes. I had six doc wa so strong that they could hardly tors from whom I received only tempo- keep their line in the water They rary relief. I decided to give Lydia E. will trvI) their Itiek some other time Mr week Plnkham's Vegetable Compound a fair from a dovcr arrived home last where trip to trial and also tho Sanntivo Wash. I have ic went on urgentllradfordsvillc, litMine now used tho remedies for four months W II Newell ha moved to town for and cannot express my thanks for what the pfcarlil and rented room III the they have done for mc rk iiuildmg Mr. Carpenter will at "If these lines will bo of any benefit onre build him a houc on the old site Kcv M.iddox, pastor of Ihe Hapyou have my permission to publish them." Mrs. SADIE Williams, 4fB Ml chiireli. has rented the propertv, tnown as the Noel propcrt), recently James Street, Elkhart, Indiana. v.iato! y A C Lanatcr. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Alt S M Owen of McKinncy. was from native roots and lie rim, il'c pin"! if Mr Usttic Hoskin lat contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, Wnlnejilav, and holds the record of being the I H Powell had electric light inmost successful remedy for female ills stalled in In store lat week. we know of, and thousands of voluntary Sheriff J (i. Weatherford wa here testimonials on file in tho I'lnkhom brtd.tv on Icijal business Mr Arthur Spragrns and daunlitcr, laboratory nt Lynn, Mass., seem to Mr John lecynicMoti. of I'llMburg prove this fact slightest doubt pent Fridav with Mr J. W. ilovktn If yon Imve U J Kische. Clear Water, Fla i:. lMnkliiim'ft Vegeta- who is an artMt.of ha been the guest, tliut ble Compound will liHii.vou.wrllo of hi wife, who is visiting her parents toLillii:.IliiklinniMellrlncCo. Vr ami Mr Jobc Macy near Stan-fo- r (coii(lrfciitlill)I.,vnii.Mn..firiiil. r Kische ha been here for vlrv. Your Icttrr w III he 0m-hci eviral roiul and nnswrreil u woman. . health month for the benefit of her And held in strict confidence W T Hall, of Garrard count), has returned home after a visit to hi son, PERSONAL and SOCIAL Kay Hall. Mm Grace Ma) Goodc wa the Carl I) CreeduM, of Frankfort, is guet of her parents, Mr, and Mrs J the sucst of Mr and Mrs I.. I' ltird P Goode Saturday. The condition of W .. Carpenter is riionm Ilridit i the pueM ot Dr. N. II. McKimirv and wife at Car-- I rciortcd, as no better. Spear Fisher, of Stanford. wa Mr. here week at the ale Miss Mar llriht ha been confined wlterel.it met a he imat many of !im old to her room a few d.i on account of acquaintances He amiMcd a t.reat illness. number of them by telling of his ex McOonald, of Paris, i here penenccs with a billy poit be owned, Jack the illicit of Misses Mary and Sallic ttlini he lived at the Dripping Spring llurdctte. Mrs Hill Spalding anil little iI.iukIi Dr. A. S. Price lias been cjuitc ill at le. Katherinc. of (.ouisvillc, ire the In j home on Danville avenue, for guests of her father, Dr b.d Mcorn Mm I'lla Harnett is at home from dajs. W. S. I'isb ha been vmtinn hi fa- I Miisville Kcv J W Hard), of Lexington, dether and mother, Mr. and Mrs Kili at livered an interesting and instructive Paint Lick address at the Christian church Sun-da- v Mm. - McClur of Crab Orchard, in evening on Missionary lu returned home after a vmt to Mr. Tn:!x:. On account if t'.r work the i.ilo Itrn IhmkI. anditncc wa not large but it wa an ' Mr. Mutton, of Lotiisullr has been appreciative one the fleet of relative and friends here Unite a number from here arc mak lor rver;l dis. nig preparation to attend the . Id's Margaret Kern Parks and son. the Christian church st DanI.ior. ol IVrrj villc. are the micsts ol ville on Aonl 5th. Mr J. K. Powell. Mm Angle Carpenter left this week Mr. Alfred l.ail ha returned home for New York City to visit her sister, to her sister, Mr. 1.. C Mrs. Alhe Hums She will attend a after a Kelly at Campbellsvillc musical institution for several week The Warren Griudiv Chapter U D. while there. Mr Hurris is now in , will meet with Mr. J C Hay Lurope on business. "ltictday afternoon at 2W J P Good and D. V. Dunn celeMr. Jlrlle Pcrkin. Mis Mattic Lee brated their birthday on the 25th at HutiMr and Mis Annie Lee Ktibank, the resilience of J. P Good. were in ljncater Saturda). Mr F S Powell is able to be up Mr. C II. Carter returned home aiiain after an illner of cveral weeks Saturday after a istt to her mother, Mari.Mi Peav)hoiMc and ons have Mr. Sue llrmht at Ml Stcrlim? completed the sowmir of 400 feet of to Mm Sue Taylor baigleman of Paris bacco bed to be used in setting their was the Kiiest of her mother. Mr. An-n- lame crop ol tobacco tin spring. Ktigleman Saturday anil Sundiv. Mrs. Will Kiffe and sou Daniel .lt I'tuline K rV rrsurnril hum here Fridav after a pleaini and J II with her uncle iil to her mother. Mrs Jessie Staui! ( itv. Mo. for a visit j Her of Kauvi Mter Flizalxth acoempanie-her W. II. Shank i here 'rotn Odiim-- i heme for a short visit ha been for severbit. Ol. where he S D Vow ell and Harry I locker, of al month. He i accompanied by Mr. Danville, were here Sunday on a vist' Shank. to their parent and other relative Misc Mar) Cooper ami Comic Pen- and friends ny, ol Danville, have returned li.une Theodur1 Reynold, Koy Singleton alter a visit to their Kraudinother. Mrs. of Wayncslmri; were viitor in our Slarv Pennv and town for a short while Sundav Mi Suan Pishcr WihmI is at home took dinner at Hotel Vcitherford after a visit to her itcr.. Mr (' C Thev vvere taken from here to Danville Audirvnt at Ml Sterling anil Mr. S. by Dr Phillips. M. Allen at Millersliurg. Frye ha been ipiitc ill Mi . M. C Kc)nolil are re- - for cvcral da)s, but is some better Mr and Mr. the arrival t present. ceiving conRratuiations over been She ha of a little datmliter 'rub Dunn arrived home Saturjlav christened Bernice May. evcuiiiK b) wav of laud from Harnwell I W James ami Her sister, S C, where he ha been training hor-- c Mr. Mm lean lliiclnnan have had a most lie and mules this pist winter delightful Msit with their lister. Mr sttvvl tb trip fine Alirain Addams. and returned to their home in Ioiiiville and Crab Orcba-- o The Mother's Fa.vc.rlte b'rankfnrt Stale Journal. cough mcilicinc for chi.areu should and daughter, Mrs Hid Spalding Mi Catherine Spaulding. left last be harmless. It should be pleasant to Cham It should be effectual. take o be the guests of Mrs. Spalding's father. Dr. Kdward Alcorn, in berlain's Cough Remedy is all of this lavonte every ami is the mother llustonville. Louisville where. For sale b) all dealers. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1914. MRS. WILLIAMS' grand-mothe- r, EAT CABBAGE, FISH SAUSAGE, NEW BREAD "Pspe't Dlspeptin" Dlgetti Food When vStonuch 1 LONG SICKNESS j L"fc" P"V Can't Cures dlgeitlon In- - 3 M i s. I)o noinc foi)d ymi cat hit back iih)d, but work baill) ; ferment into stubborn lump and came a ink. Mr. or foniach; Now, Mir, Mr. jypcptic. jut tlii down Tape' I'lapep'iti diRCt everything, leavinu n itliuiH to vitir and upit ynti. There mver ui an)lhtiiK n afely ipuck, t No difference bow ccriaml) effective badly )otir toinacli i diminlcred )nit mil Kct haiip) relief in five minute, but what please you mnt i that it 'i Mrrngthrn and reulate your toll cm eat vour favorite food vvnhotit fear. Mot re medic i!tve jmt relief ure are lov, but not "Tape's l)i.ipepm" i epiick. ihxuivc .ni'l put your Momach in a health) condition o the misery won't come back. ot. feel different a on a 'Tape' I)uioimii come in contact with the talc k.i) toin-itc- Momach CALUMET BAKING POWDER Best it s the pit rest. Best fails. liC't bccmise it makes every !):il;inr liylit, fluffy unci evenly raised. Best because it is moderate in cost highest in quality. At your grocers. RECEIVED HICHEST AWARDS World' Pur Food Epo. Mlioa, Cfakaco, 111. I For EveryBaking because tomach net vert, nn Kacs, no belch-Uuu cruet itio.M of inidiKcMed fiMxl, your hetd clear and jmi feel fine. fio iiiiiv, make ihc bct inveMinttil yen made by (.'citing a larfie fif-- l of Tape' l)iapepin .from cent anv 'Inii; More You realize in live it i to suffer minute" how needle trim indtf;ctioii, dypepia or any M'nnacli ilKorder. ditrcs iiiM v.inihc -- jni'r ie y PARLaR GROVE Mr McCny, of riinank. ha moved I i Mr. Webb's property, near Tarlor (irnvc. Miss Flocy W'adtlle wa the KUCt of Mi fine Kill . Mr and Mr Ilurn, to the wife of Mintcr Hell, a W F Sim and faminsslit with Mr eler Sim' Saturday uiKlit. Sale of Newest Spring and Easter because it never Llla . ly ily, 'pent Wedned.i and Mro M. II Ilakrr Mii Maud McCurry spent SutiJa) with 'etcr Sims. Mr. and Mr Cecil Wlutakcr pent Sunday with W F Sims and family Mr. Iv'anoin Nohcrt attended church at Tarlor firove Sunday night. There will be a quarterly meeting held at Tarlir Grove liesiimiiiK Tuc-dthe 31 st of March livery body U invited to come. Mr. VcMcr Sim ha returned to her home after a iit with her islcr. Mis Vctna Reynold. Mr Kenton Sinijleton is on the sick a) we-e- Wear For Women and Misses Our showing of the season's authentic styles in attractive f5-i5S3s- S liM. ul I I- dedi-viio- ,! iit i- HiH-Lr- MT. ZION here from llrodliead, en u few ilays' visit at J. L. Simpson's. Mr and Mrs. Hiram Thompson, of Ottawa, visited their son, Win. ThompcImp r Ur-'I mw mtf wi t I Tx J p4t, DM'tlMBUtJ.WrUrCtiwmtt. It's I son Tuesday. Uenny, of nroughtontowii Mr. Lhner I WblKfCtstsCtl - wfcsJlHWt IPM Wtl nllU. I was the guest of Russell and Chester ssMTf I I CaIobH It .r MMfWr U totf ttulk 44 oa. I Thompson Sunday. Mrs. Charlie Thompson still con tinues ill, tieorge White and R. B. Elder were HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT here last week from Lancaster on busMarket" Place Adver- ine. R, H. says they like down there The People's all right. tise What You Have to Sell Mr, R A. Smith wa the iMicof Win. i hompson Sunday. I.ady' bill folder contain LOST Mr Russell Watson and wife and lit. ing fit; reward fur return to tins of- tie Lirzie, were; the guests of Mr. and 25. fice. Mrs Joda Smith Sunday last. .Mr Waton wa the guest of Mrs. Insure vour orouertv ih Bromlev Nannie Smith Sunday. Miss Ilirdic Graham is staying at & Bromlrv. Stanford. Kv. Crab Orchard. Mr Murrell still remain Any one wanting a strictly in bad hussy, should ic my line of the high- health. Mr A L. Scott, of Ilee Lick, was the est i;r.iile vehicles on the market, guest of W. M. Thompson Sunday last call and cc H T Tencc 2oMr. Sitirc Owens still remains very His mother also is very hail. Nor Jow SALE. A three-- ) car-olFOR Mr. Juda Thompson and children, pounds; in or- who have been visiting her parents, man colt, neighs dinary flesh. S. 11. liaughman, Stan- Mr. and Mr. Harve llrown, have returned home. tf. ton. Kv. Mf Tom Smith has a severe attack il h grippe. I'OR S.M.I- - - llrown I.ehoru cjjk Mr Murrell' dog which strangely settinu Of hfieen for lifty cents disappeared some time ago never Iia I'bone 115 W Hubble Itxcbanue lnreiice, Lancaster, Ky,X-- K been heard of Jtelle Smith, of Miss Minnie . K. 2. wa the guest of Telle d.uns Saturdav night and Sunday. SEE J. J. BELDEN for carnage Mr. Charlie Tlajforth, was the guest lutomi'lule anil mkn paimiUK. also all of Henry and Marion Smith last Saturvind oi interior pamium and papei dav night. Shop on West Mam Street .i.iiikihk' News ha been received here that 25 i'bone in residence No. Mr Salbe Murrell is well satisfied in Illinois and delighted with the coun'.rv -t llet-te-l d Trough-tontevvn -0-- Ml Pari. Eipetitlon, Franc Much. 1S12 Mr. and Mrs. I.cman Singleton spent Saturday in'kl't and Sunday with Mr and Mr M. J. MorKan Mi Dollie Sim pent Saturday with Mi? Vcrna Reynold. Suits, Coats, Dresses and Millinery is now complete. Handsome and exclusive model in materials and black and while check crepc-poplin- v gaberdine cloth, imported serges, fancy At especially low uit. prices of $1000, $12.50, $1500, $19.50 and $25.00 There is an actual saving to you on evtry one of these high class suits. Over 200 beautiful silk dresses in crepe dc chene, charmeuse, mcssaline, serges and wool crepes. Fpecially priced at. the newest season's colorings aid models In all $8.50, $10.00, $15.00, $18.00 and $25.00 All the new styles in Girls, Attractive separate skirts, and Women's Coats for street, afternoon and evening wear at from $.1.08 to $15 00. in crepe, cheeks and serge in the new tier and tango effect at $3.98, $5.00 nnd $6.50. Mises' The new spring millinery arc shown here in all their style and beauty. Never in our business history have we shown as many beautiful hats. Especially attractive this season art the tailored and trimmed hats in Platian and Tandcau effects. Shepherdess and Watteau shape, sailors, and close fitting hats, trimmed with fruit, flower, ribbons jjtrict novelty mi1 fancv feather, here to Le seen at as lov prices a $3.98, $5.00, $650, $850, $10.00 and up A good selection of the famous Gace novelties, are being daily received. and figure. hat, and Fisk hats. All the new shapes trimmings and trimming We invite you to come in and let us fit a hat becoming to your face I I .1 Watches, Jewelry etc., the right kind and the riyht Mueller. price. W. H Notice to Delinquents T.v . "- d house vacuum l'OR SLF Umuiiir vvatfoil, a profitable busincs-anWill personally small investment install the busine. March the montl to start. Write K. 1 Osdcii, Harlan Ny 24-- i meeting held on the 18th day of March, 1914, I am directed to publish the names of all persons who fail to pav their delinquent poll aud property on or before April 7th, 1914. at which date the Sheriff will make his .settlement as to the levy of 1913, said to be published in the Interior C. 11. COOPER C. L. C. C. Journal order of the Fiscal Court at its The Hub, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Eubanks The term of nine months taught by Prof. W. H. Hanim and Miss Maud Nelson has closed being a very successful one. W. 11. Oliver and J. T. Whetldon were in Somerset last week and purchased a new Ford automobile Rumor if that two or three other citizens here will soon do likewise. Five of out citizens now own cars. II. Hlevins has moved to the.I.evvis farm on Luck Creek. File consumed the house and all it ci.ntciiU belonging to Mrs. Hubla llish the Stanford road near Freeop dom church one night last week. No insurance. Trof Frank Hays and wife of lbia were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. . K. Goocb Wednesday night of last week. Thev will leave April 1st. for Mississippi.' where Mr. Hays will be cashier of a new bank. riie little son of Mr. ami Mrs. William Yadtn has been critically ill with pneumonia. . . Mrs. (J. A. F.stes continue quite ill, Grant Fletcher. U. S. army, who has been doing service in Panama, is the guest of his mother, Mrs. Mary Fletch-cr- . , ta, dclin-incu- ts vet-J:.t- The Painter t VR. xWr Knows Good Paint He says:" lfc "A gallon of Mastic Paint covsra mora surface, lasts longer, and works freer under the brush than Keg Lead and Oil, or inferior ready mixed PaJnU." MA9TIC ' tIT sft 1 I i jfc?''sssl nHfiriirTflsW RUNT "T T Kind That loses' of Pure Whit reinforced ,, .. and uenuine , .with .Zinc uu Oxide In correct proportions. Cuaran-tti- d to Civ4 Ptrftet Sathfoctton. is Bade H -, unc IMPORTANT TO AM. WOMEN READERS OF THIS PAPER Thousands uioii thousands of woni-i- l h..vc kidney or bladder trouble ami aver suspect it. Women' complai'its often prove tt lluni; else but kidney troubles, ot e lit risult of kidney or bladder disease If the kidneys are not in a healthy 'oiiditiou. they may cause the other organs to becumtt diseased. You may suffer a tjreat deal with miii 111 the back, bearing down feel uks. headache and loss of ambit ion. toor health make you nervous, it and nfa) be despondent; uakes any one so. Hut hundreds of women claim that by reior-H- g )r Kilmers Swamp-Roo- t, health to the kidneys, proved to be ust the remedy needed to overcome inch Conditions. A good kidney medicine, possessing cat heabntt and curative value, should he a Mesini to thousands of nervous, women. Many send for a sample bottle to the great Kid-leee what Swamp-Roo- t, Liver and Illadder Remedy will r, In" fur them, livery reader of this who ha not already tried it, by 'iiclosuig ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & o, llinghaiutonv N. V may receive ample sue Nittle by I'arcel Tost You and n purchase the regular fifty-cesite bottles at all drug .lores 111 jver-wurkpa-icnt a-t- Dollar For Dollar Guaranteed Satisfaction or Money Refunded ! ,. Is what you get at our store. For every dollar which is dropped into our cash register there has left the store a FULL Our slogan is "dollar DOLLAR VALUE in merchandise. for dollar" and every transaction is You can have bright and beautiful Furniture, FloorSy and Woodwork at small cost require any skill torestorcvvornfuralture, floors.etc.u original beauty. Simply uso PEE CEE RENU-LAC-thcombined stain aad varnish. o You take no chances when dealing with us. We buy the best of everything, thereby insuring our customers absolute satisfaction. Our facilities are ideal U r compounding prescriptions and only skilled pharmacists are in charge Bring your prescriptions tp Phone 2 Penny's Drug Store. "The Rexall Store" Staiford ' Aik for ll!uitrtd bookljt "llomtt. an J Hew ( To."nd farMMtle I'SlBt wmoxv, or writ direct fur tun to PSFP Co. How's This? raw "t C.Urrh lUl rauiiut t'alilftl Curt-- . t'lir-SEuffrr On You'll be delighted with the fine results. Try a can today It cornea la 11 Natural Wood Colors, White, Gold aad Enamel. All sizes. PEASLEE-GAULDF-KT lun.lrwl 1 pMl-auIbc- rt UeorrratW - jQbK tBstBSSSSSsV Villi r lltwapl for '"T be curnl bjr Hall vOraHo Manufacturer LOUbVILLU, CO. KY. LetilsvUle, Ky. Goocll has moved to J. liceldmt's property, vacated by Walter Milcr who has moved to J. R. Net-sehouse vacated by Mr. lllevlns turbcrt Reynolds is moving to Hie Ttrkins property vacated by Mr. Goocll lohn Ingram, one of the applicants for post mister here, has received his rating from the civil service coninus The other applicants have not Mon reeeived theirs. J It ,, Dakota Jack's aLLLLLLHLM PaPanBSBBBBBa '.aaK. W INDIAN REMEDIES have mad his urns famous all over the United States and Canada. i Coeapoted of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases, Purslty'e Indian Herb-- 45 Days' Tresiment. Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota jack's Cr Ana Soap. Price 10, 3 bars ALL ON SALB AT ", -- .allK? to MM Dry; Company STANFORDr KY. L CO., TuWa, 0. r J, V known Xt, tba undfrrjguid, liar F. J. l& irara. aud Ullrr hlw t'lirurjr (ur lliv U.I Iwrfrclljr Iwuurablu til all Luvlnr.a traiiacllusa aud Suaurlallr ibli lu currr nut auT vlllnaltat load bjr Ma firm. jSAl. ii.v.sis ur wt'ainr.iii r.. 'Ivlnlu, ublo. Iliira r.tirrh Cur la takrn Intrruallr. actluf dlis-ctljuiuu tba bluuJ aud uiuisiua aurfactHi vt TvitluiuiJaU arut trv, I'rk 7a lb ajsltni. rrata vr Utlla. tlull bjr all Urui'vUla. T.la U.U't lauill I'l'U (vr evullialloo. ron sale ar - New Stanford Drue Co., Stanford, Ky. kUT 11 ALLEN'S FOOT-EAS- E The Antiaeptlc 11.00 JS 39 ' auumatu Ihtlboca cdy lor Ike Feci or s le ioiler haWej Into G. B. Prultt, MoreUnd, Ky nt c. kample I'KI'.B. TBSuraTcv.rvwhtre, NY, A.Wrc... AUu S. Oliuttnl Le toy FEC.T. Maja Who pul the ""' -- DAKOTA JACK Tbc Noftbwwtem Cowboy rURSLlY'S Shuyars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Addreui Atlanta, Ca. omoiNATon op INDIAN HERBS 1 - ?,W " r i ,' r c; 'MP' f v i ;tv """'-y'1'"-- fwP y -- ,sJe.it if- - lJ - r- - WW. M SiVrWVJS. IrmAiam jh i, - pNlpt "' JT THE INTERIOR JOVRNAL STAN FORD, KKttTVCXY. T0ISDAT, MARCH 31, J9M. If FAM AIM ITtCK NEW! FOR SALE. Old apple vinegar 20 cents per gallon. John Hertrog, p R. K. Horton bought of G. T, Orif .tin. of near King's Mountain eight ewes and nine lambs at $5.50 per head. James Lawrence, of Mt. Vernon, sold to Woods Walker, of Garrard, his fine walking horse for $210. fames Jf. Ends recently sold a lot of baled hay and oats to B. G. Fox, of Dan ilte at $7 per ton. Chas. Perkins, of Mercer county, recently sold to W T Kohinson four mules for $1,000. Adam Tiiice of this city, sold to R. C Arnold, a local stock dealer seven hogs and a milk cow for $85. V. If. Kcal, of near Eubank, sold a mre to W. M. McCoy, of Wajncsburg for $120. Dean & Mulchings, stock dealers of Boyle county, sold to Frank Hunt of Damillc, fifteen feeders at $15. Ky Mackvillc, Chas Shcwmaker, sold to Saunders & Maggard, one jack colt, one carting jack and one jennet for $1,075. farmer, W. 11. Cover, a of Mustonvilte, recently bought of hi brother, B. G. Cover a combined horse for $225. John Duncan, of LaGraugc, Ky., sold a pair of extra large horse and marc mules to Chess Atchcrson, of Chestnut Groc for $465. Dr. J. T. Morris, three miles south of here, sold to R. C. Arnold eight y-pound hogs at seven cents per pound. R. C Arnold, one of our local stock dealers bought of Dan Logan, out on the Lancatcr pike, a cow and call for 26-Iwcll-kmm- n sevent- li Remarkable Introductory Offerlh For This Visit Only $5.00 EYE GLASSES AT Sl.00 A PAIR Visit Only For This' t' The Duplex Optical Co., of St. Louis, Wishes to Announce That Their Specialist and His Assistant will be at V I St. Asaph Hotel, AITD AD ICaPT In making this UdJLV1 markable offer of $5 glasses at $1 a pair is simply to introduce these famous Duplex Lenses. Duplex Lenses have met with great success ro-UUIV s STANFORD, KENTUCKY AND EVERY 90 DAYS THEREAFTER. April 9, 1 0, We would -- 11 .,tfJ r i cv leadmz citiei of the United Statea, and ire meenai with the ume results where- they ate introduced. of people who are now wearing them in all the OUR SPECIALIST and hie assistants havo had yoars of experience and you may rely on them absolutely Wn will be pleased, to oxamine all those who have oyo trouble or wear glasses ABSOLUTELY FREE suggest therefore that you call on them. ... v--a rt $25. James II. Kads, a farmer out on ttic Danville pike, sold to Shell Oatts, of Danville, a cow and calf for $60 and a small calf for $15. farmer of W. O. Watts, a the Mayvvood section, sotd to R. C Arnold a bunch of light hogs at seven and i hilf cents per pound. Virgil McMullin.of the Wancsburff section sold a pair of four-- ) earmold mulrs to Green Gooch, of Yevncsburg for $250. Herbert Reynolds, of Eubank, recently liotight a three-- ) ear-ol- d mule of Virgil McMullin, of Wajncsburg for $115. "' L. C. King, one of Hubble's progres. sive farmers bought a calf of R. G. Bratton. of the same section and one from Clayton Arnold, of Lancaster, paying ten dollars each. A. C. Coffey, of McKinney who sent three of his Barred Rock chickens to the Rreat Nashville Poultry Show at Nashville. Tenn.. received three blues. W. L. Graham, of Mercer county, sold two, jacks to a party at Fairland, s Ind. Tlicy were animals and one brought $1,000 and the other high-clas- lajlsrlfes ONE OF THE BAD ONES r kaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBtieBeBBaKSb Duplex Lenses Will Positively Relieve the Following Ailments: Headaches Cross Eyes Astigmatism Dizziness Itching Eyes Watery Eyes i, i Floating Spots Before the Eyes Granulated Lids 1 ' remember inr-r- Our Work is Guaranteed for Five Years. Beware of all persons who call at your home and claim to be representing us, as we do not nave any representatives but our specialists at the hotel as ad vertised. DON'T FORGET THE DATE Thursday, Friday and Saturday, APRIL 9, 10 AND 11 $000. FOR SALE. Baled timothy hay. feeo and seed oats. A. W. Carpenter, Morejand. Ky. Phones Hustonville or Junction City. The J. B. Bailey sale, at Harrods-buris as follows; Mules, $265 a pair; horses from $60 to $100; milk cows, $65. Farming implements brought fair prices. Robert T. Bruce, who lives out on the Danville pike, sold to Sam Castello A. C. Coffey, of McKinney, recently of the same neighborhood, nine 43 pound slioats at eight cents per pound. sold a pen of Barred Rock chickens, U. E. Horton, one of the local stock containing five to a party of Ports19 hogs of diffeicnt mouth, Va., for $15. He also sold, a deMers bought parties at King's Mountain, paying 6 cocktrel to Mrs. J. S. Stoll, of Lexington for $10. 4 cens per pound. 13-- lf g, 3-- Eye Glasses for $ I a pair is. for this visit only. Regular prices will prevail after our first visit to Stanford. DUPLEX OPTICAL CO. Address All Communications at At HOTEL ST. ASAPH Office Hear Iro-- a N.30 A. M. ( 8 P. M. If your time is limited, Come Early and Avoid the Rush RECEPTION ROOM HOTEL PARLOR TO OUR MAIN OFFICE 408 Globe-Democr- Building, St. Louis, Missouri .... , t 1 rc m ivvvr ?..:v..:- - m ?m?k What do you do for your fruit? Insure yield, flavor, and thippine aualitv by supplying adequate available Potash. ;; t sow to George Boone, out on Route 4, at seven and a half cents per pound. For Sale. One jack 8 years old, black with white points, fine breeder and colts sell high. Four Shetlands, fiiMa,. usavi li. G. Cover, who lives out on the W H. Perkins sold Lancaster pike sold to Tyler Messer, a Bogie for till mare for ?110. TO THE FARMERS. Mrs. Mollic Clark of Lancaster, sold wool business for the a mule to Wm. Walden, of Garrard of Springfield Woolen county for $330. of Springfield. Tenn., Dan Traylor, who lives out on the highest prices for same. Goshen pike, sold a two hundred pound trade See us before a calf to Joe makes bearing. POTASH strong wood, and early and continuous id anr amount ft'V..-- Mln, irowert. utin( nnall, 200 pounds Muriate or SolUle oi Potash pr acre, hire founa that Potash Pars, bo will you i( ,ou use 10 to 2 Potash mliture. iim lorourirre dooii ana formulas, also lor prices oo Potash front one bac up. OEM AN KALI Okata, WOMS. lac. 42 cCanatca Mssi mm Prt I'lvV tea f raetHce. H CslHsnla St. Haela. batrs SUf. Broadway. Now York taraasae. last 4 Trait Mdf. neaas. waitstf taatrst last imc. sitV r i S.'C. Black Orpington Eggs. $J per setting of IS Fawn and White Indian per 15.. Mrs. S. J. Embry, Stanford, Ky. Runner Duck eggs, $1.00 WiS-C-. R. L Rnk aad S. C. White OrpiaftMc. drive, 1 flock of Caihmere and mixed goats will sell one or several to suit purchaser. Lock box 161, Stanford, 23-- 3 Ky. Sales of tobacco on the Lexington mar Let last week aggregated 176610 which brouuht an avenue nricc of $667 per 100. The total sales of the fcason are now iv.W7.tj73 pounds, aim the average season's price $1208 per ni'iiureu. 1 lie Lexington market clos ed for the season today. T. W. Jones, one of the Jiest known stock dealers of this county, bought of John C Pcpples 27 135 pound hogs at seven and a half cents per pound; a' bunch of 160 pound hogs from M. C New land at eight cents per pound and 23 hogs of II. G. Lutes, the stock dealer of near Turnersville, at seven and a half cents per apound. W. T. Robinson, the big jack and mule breeder of lloyle, bought last week from Creed Arnold, near Perry- vi'.le. a mare mule that Mr. Robinson is very proud of. She is 0.3 hands in sire and cost him $285, He matched her with one he owned, and says that they make the finest ' team in this part of the state. ld 1 UUli), inv UtUrtl. IU We are "in the n firm Mill Company, and will pay We want your ou sell. I. D. Eads &. Son, Alfred, Stanford, Ky. Mjerj and McClintock, of Millers-burhave sold to Morris Bros., one lour j ear old jack for $1,000. They have sold 15 mulcs in the last week They at fro;n $350 to $475 per pair. have bought of J. F. Oleek a two year old jack for $900 and one four-- j car-ol- d from Peed and McClintock at private price. The sale of J. Will Spalding, oi Lon-dowhich took place on his farm between St Mar's and Loretto Tuesday was not largely attended, although the prices stock that was sold brought consideicd fairly good. Horses brought from $75 to $115 per head; mules from 50 to $115; milk cow from $10 to $60. Mr. Spalding, previous to the sale, sotd t Cook & Brown, of Lexington, a stal. lion and a jack for $750. n saddle J. F. Cook, the and show horse dealer, of Lexington, on Friday purchased from C. L. Kerr, sadof Lexington. the dle marc, Dannie C, which he will ship to Havana and exhibit in the $1,000 saddle horse stake to be contested in that city during April. Dannie C, is a dapple gray, is by Dandy Jim out of Mr. Cook will a mare by Denmark. ship three carloads of horses to the Cuban show next month. The saddle show department will be in charge of William Collin, of North Middletown. Mr. Cook, who is a former Lincolnite, has built tip a big trade in Cuba. well-knowg, n, well-knowld if Have woo first prizes at Louisville. (State Fair)' Hopkinsville, Richmond My birds arc not only prize winners, but Danville and Stanford., in 1913. great egf? machines. Ten pens mated, eggs at reasonable prices. Write for mating list and show record. Also Faun Indian Runner ducks eggs for sale. Red cockerels for sale at $2 to So each, A. C. Hill, Stanford, Kentucky. r International Harvester Oil Barred Plymouth Rocks cockerel pen, $1.50 per that are prize winners; one headed by cockerel of indi. vidual merit; the other one by yearling cock that is hard to beat. Eggs from I have two pens and Gas Engines . 15, eggs from cock pen, $t per 15. ROBERT CARTER .a White Plymouth Rock Eggs. When you invest your money in my while Plymouth Rock Eggs, you made a profitable investment. ou will get birds that are thoroughbred as white as snow. I guarantee to please you. Send in your order Price $1.50 and $1 and 50c for 15 eggs. Will give a discount on 100 egg Have a few cockerels at $1 each. L. W. Cunditf, Liberty, Ky. have and now. lots. I. M. Martin, near Rowland, bought a caw from Will Losan for $40. Edgar Martin sold a fat hog to T. W. Jones for $12. Please return the stretchers you bor row cJ li. T l'cncc iffi oung. of near Ilustonwllc. R. li different parties sold a tot of cahes to at $10 per head. 1. . i'nee, St., ol Lancaster, sola a jack to J. L. Heartie, of Tcxarkana, Tex., for $425 Will R Cooke, of Garrard county sold a mule for $125 to George Elam, ot Spaincy, Garrard county. Rice Riley, of Route No. J, bought a heifer Jrom Jacob Gander, out on Route No. 3,paying $18. Rankm Bros., of Hubble, purchased a black mule of Moses Kay, ot Garrard county for $150. G. Bruner, of Jessamine county, sold to Alfred Scott, of near Lancaster a mule for $140. J. F. Duddcrar, one of the most progressive farmers of this county, sold to F. L. Thompson, of the I'reachersville lection, 30 hogs at eight cents per pound Mers and Tucker, stock dealers of the West End. bought 34 head of fat bogs from Elliott MoMcy Hughes, of Mt. Salem at seven and a half cents a pound. R. E. Horton sold four shoals at secn aud a half cents per pound to Lee Stone, nine 115 pound sloats to T. W. Jones at seven and a half cents and one shoat to C. L. Cover at eight cents per pound. MR. FARMER. You want some good sweet corn that is sure to ger minate aud make the most bushels. If ou do, call on W P. White, out on the Stanford and Preachersvillc uike or Leece 4 Collier. Crab Orchard. STRAYED OR STOLEN.-- A black Berkshire male hog from my farm on Crab Orchard pike, will pay a reward it returned to my farm. He is a long hog weight about 140 pounds. Also a stray hoe came to mr rjlace. owner please call and get him. Walter War. 26-- 1 ren. S. J. Thompson, of Hodgenville, has recently sold to Steffy & Wells of Cave City, Ins champion filly Madge Nicolls, which was the sensation of the Kentucky fairs last season. This iiny was sircu oy air. iiiompson s great sire Red Light, a horse that has gradually won his way into the very front rank among the leading sires of tnc present day. 26-2- F '..,,,,... . a :M . 111 vsl Stock Goods. Mill and Home for Sale uuusc aiiu three acres of land, all necessary outbuildings, etc, also my stock of general merchandise, invoicing from $1,800 ated to $2,000, everything clean and at Milledgcville. Ky. Will alto sell my little grist null with first class power gasoline engine. This is a nice business for anyone and will pay ou to investigate. Late Morgan, 24-- 3 K F. D. 2. Morcland, Ky. niu avii 'iiviiciy nice-loc- TIMOTHY HAY TOR SALE By weight or bale; a few tons of extra nice, bright, clean timothy hayf the kind tou like to teed your horses, We also have on hand at all times. Corn. Oats, both for feed and seed purposes; bhip Stuff, Chicken feet!. flour, Meal and Coal. Any order you may gite us will be promptly tilled and appreciated. IB D. V. KENNEDY & CO, 24-8 v t Stanford Ky. "The Farmer's Friend" A New Truck Disc Harrow With or without tongue. Stop and see it at W. H. Higgins Watch for Our Specials SATURDAY You can't afford to miss it LL. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. "PILE OF STYLE" S. C. Buff Orpingtons Bred upon best foundation ttock for earn for egg production, type and color. Eggs fertile, chicks strong. Eggs for hatching Not high priced, but will produce what you want. Write. J. C. McCLARY, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUIHCLiM OMMAJMUT ' SUCCESSFUL farmers are no longer They have passed that point and now quire, "Which engine shall I buy?" I buy an engine?" in- aCL Crtatdara Indian Runner Duck Eggs For Sale FOR SALE Eggs from pure bred Indian Runner Ducks, of 13. Wolford N. Lovell. Stanford. 24 $1 per setting Men. Cakrtalara Jtaats Cjaara been winning at Louisville Richmond, Stanford, Lexington. Cincinnati and Nashville. They are also bicd for egg duction. Eggs for hatching at reasonable pricrs. Mating list gladly Lincoln Farms, A. C COFFEY, Manager. McKinney, Ky. Our Lirds hae Barred Plymouth Rocks Som-cise- t, prod. auaar larsaaara CreaailiMrelars faraWaaaa Kater Trash A little careful obeervatioa will abow that International Harvester engine are the most satisfactory. No doubt U left whea feattre like the following are studied: Detachable valve guides, offset cylinder extra large bead, fuel pump, split-buintake and exhaust valves, etc. Ask the men who have used I H C engines. That is the beet test They will explain the excellence of 1 H C coos traction, simplicity, strength aud durability. Study the eui(luca yourself at the nearest dealer's where International Harvester engines are sold. They are made in all styles, and range in slse from 1 to SO-P. Tbey operate on low and higb grade b Ashby Arnold Sale in Garrard At the public sale of live stock of Ashby Arnold Tuesday at his farm near l.aiicaslcr a large crowd attended and fairly satisfactory prices were obtained. Representative prices were as followsSixteen head of mules sold at prices ranuine from $65 for colts to $175 for aged mules: cows brought from $45 to $65 per head, while calves were tiuickly knocked off at from 26.50 to 5J6.50 a head. Sheep went at lower figure than any other stock sold. 89 ewes with ninety-fou- r lambs bring, ing from $5.50 to $6.25. One sow and pigs sold for $25. Brood marcs brought fiom $0 to $205 per head. Geldings and marcs sold at from $124 to $160 per head. CLOTHING FOR MEN Tie KM That Ink Weil an! Wear Wd. COME IN AND TRY THEM ON. SUITS FROM $10 TO $20 W. E. PERKINS, CRAB' ORCHARD, KY. Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!! Single Comb White Lghorns, Black Orpington, White Rocks and Blue Andalusian. Indian Runner and Wild Mallard Ducks. We have finest mating ever owned, and are in a position to furnish eggs that will hatch winners and layers. Send orders ahead if you want eggs delivered promptly, Eggs from prize mating $5.00. $4.00, $300, $2.00 and $1.00 per fifteen. We can spare several nice S. C. White Leghorn cockerels at $5.00 each if taken at once. LOMBARDY HEIGHTS POULTRY FARM Jao 0. Rtld, Prep, Stanford, Ky. EraTC. m aUarTvtBt Write for oar interesting and instructive catalogues, and when we send them we will tell you wbere tbe eagines may be seea. A postal will do. fuels. btwuBwiil HirfNtjr N.wAJfcy Cif My tl Airica ksi. 41 TO THE PUILIC I rrpicsrut the largest and best clothing house iA this country-Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago. III., My , experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a Dractical tailor. If von will give me your order I will promise you' UNIERTAKEH AN! EMIALMER Dealer, w a snuare ucai. you win set tne worm of your money, either in the cheaper grades or the Higher priced. My spring (ir an Kin tori line of samples are r.ow ready for your f inspection, call ana let me snow you, . KY. ITAHf X. C. RUPLSY, Tbe Practical Tailor. PMMIC 4t made-to-prdrr I J.L.Beazley &Co psJrHiitilflBBBBv J. C. McClary ilvy Ex, UNIERTAXE! ANt EMAlMCt I tHHHmmW. TAUftdt; HtmHmm, KENTUCKY. ,