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' & -lixa' .'" - .'.mm - - I" p. w Dm I. OtfcK k,RM4 bf i Prlt More Frm Newi Mere Farmer. Thaa Cotntr- - Pjr la tfce lM-S- El NO, 17. ""TTlTABLiilHiD Hh YEAR. The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL .1, Thli Paper Slops When Your Time is up Watch the Date On Label and Renew Your Subscription Promptly. 1914 TUESDAYS HARD AND FRIDAYS WILSON'S VICTORY f COMPLETE MOUNT MAY BE From Tries-nlgl- it es A DARK HORSE SHEEP KILLERS AT WORK AGAIN Dogs Visit Hsrry Baughman'a And Mangle Nine Ewes Flock ORGANIZE KING'S MOUNTAIN BAD NAME FOR POPLAR GROVE ADAMS MESSEK WEDDING FIGHT FOR BOND ISSUE r t Jt-r- ve y, Xt4tn Only Democrat Ktn4aky To Oppose President dispatch, from Washington said The House of Kcprc-ativtonight, after one of the struggles ftit spectacular legislative repeal in national history, voted to the provision of the Panama Canal act exempting American vessels from the jayment of tolls. The vote on the hill 247 to 161, a majority of 86 votes in mppart of the personal pica of President Woodrow Wilton, This verdict on the Issue which has absorbed Congress for many weeks, came at the close Of a stirring day, made mcmoralilc in House annals liy a party division which found Speaker Champ Clark, Majority Leader Underwood, anil other Democratic chief-tainlined up in open oposition to the President on an issue which the latter hid declared vital to his conduct of tlie nation's foreign policy. The result is hut die beginning of the victory for the Administration In the first struggle within the party s, Uarrard Representative a Factor right For Postmastershlp The contest ' In ip Cititens of Little City on C. S Want Is Given by Evangelist Barnes, Who Popular Young Couple Wed at Home To Incorporate Municipality Recently Held Meeting There Of Bride Near Shelby City W. D. Johnson, G. A. Walter, and W. D. Smith, well known citizens of King's Mountain, vvere In Stanford, Thursday, consulting attorneys lo ascertain what steps will have to be taken to have that hustling little city so that municipal and peace officers may be chosen. They learned that the law requires that a town to become ,mcororatcd, must have at least 125 residents within the limits of the projioscd incorporation, and that s of the voting population must sign a petition for such incorporation. Mr. Johnson says that so far as he knows there; is no onuosition from any one to t lie incorporation of King's .Mountain and selection of officers to govern the town and keep the peace. He says that steps will he taken at once to have the papers drawn up, and petitions signed. two-third- State Roads Department Figures What Good Roads Will Mean to Pulaski Indications arc that by the time the State fund created by the road tax becomes available a large number ocr the Lancaster bids fair to be further complicated this week, for Representative, J. Mount, of Garrard county, left Lancaster for Washington early in the week. Mr. Mount has for some time been a receptive candidate for the postmastershlp at his home town, and with a warm fight on between T. II. Robinson ami John M. Farra, may hac a chance to prove a happy compromise. Representative Mount was one of the very original Wilson men in Kentucky and had a material oart in car rying Garrard county for Wilson in the n vent ion fight, it being one of the few counties in the state to send a Wilson instructed delegation to the stale convention. In addition to this, he has always been a warm friend and adherent of Senator Ollic M. James and had several encouraging letters from James. prc-co- -- Sheep killing dogs have begun their work early this spring, A pack of Haughman's curs visited Harry C sheep fold early Monday morning and killed and mangled nine ewes, and then made their escape before Mr Haughman could get there with Ills shotgun. He heard the canines in his flock"a!oitt four o'clock in the morning, but it was so dark that he could not see them, and when he got out of bed and put to the field where the sheep were, the dogs had finished their work and left. Sheep raisers arc up in arms over the depredations by committed night prowling dogs. They say that three quarters of the dogs in Lincoln county arc not listed for taxation, and that it is the duty of officers, under the law, lo kill every dog upon which the tax has not been paid. ! -- t c. ' ' V Tomorthe Government a year ago. row the hill goes to. the Senate, where the fight will tie renewed with att the vigor and determination that attended it in the lower house, hut where it is certain the president and his friends will win again The vote of the Kentucky delegation was ,as follows r flar1c!c) Fields, Ac Shcrlcy, Stanley, Thomas, Johnson, Rouse and Cantrill. Nays Helm, Powers and tangley. Congressman Helm was the only democratic memher from Kentucky to oppose the president. - fins af - Uauwvi mMlffil WWIItiWi ft I tf ' .. IT: t.v LH Ear Fat Cattle Moving In Btfutbon u The first fat cattle sale of the in Bourbon county was comsum-mate- d last week, when Thomas Clay, Jr.. of Hourhon, sold to Jonas Weil, n Lexington huer. ISO the head of fat hullocks, at a fancy price. The cattle arc in the pink of condition, and will average IJOO pounds each. The delivery of the cattle will he made aliout April 10. Tluy will he shipped to Jersey City W A. Thomason. of near Middlctown. sold the past week to Maury Weil, of Lexington, 80 head of fancy beef cattle weighing 1nhu pounds each. The price was said to lw in the neighborhood of $9 per hundred pounds. It ji said that there are upwards of 5.000 fat cattle in Hour. lon 'county, which will he sold and shipcd between now anil the first of July Cattle have wintered well in Iiourlon. iltie in part to the fact that the fanners have fed a balanced ration of corn, cottonseed meal, hay and ensilage Stock feeders in Bourbon, arc constructing their tohacco hams with a view to utilizing them during the water for feeding their cattle in, and this has also lwrn a factor in putting the at stock in good condition, Caysxed it McClintock. of Paris, made the following sales of work mules Monday To C. F. Rrdmon. of Paris, ;two mules for $885 to John Cain, of Paris, pair of mules for $425: to J W .Wright, of Bourbon, one mule at $150. to Wm, Karris,' of Bourlonj pair of mules for A. P Adair Ik Son. of near Paris, report the following sales of Durocs: One gilt to Mr Strader. of Lexington. Ipr $20; a bred gill by High Chief, lid. nivl out of a daughter of Cherry King, to W. A. Wheeler, of LaCirangc, for $30. bred gilt, same breeding, to Julian Frank. Paris, $.10- and two bred gilts to 1. L. Hortou, of Paris, for $50. Harris & Spcakcs. of Paris sold the Dr. Hoffman farm located on the Rod. dies Mills road, about two ami a half miles from Faris. awl containing tlXl acres, to W T. Cay wood, of Lexington, at $125 per acre; $7,000 cash, and the balance on term notes John Saner, who owns the Maple hurst Farm, near Pari, reports that thirty-fou- r ewes on his place gave birth to seventy-fou- r lambs out of which seventy-onarc living. Included in the lot were two sets of triplet-- . Cavwood & McClintock recently sold two head of general purpose horses, to a Mr Whiteside-- , of Atlanta. Ga.. for sea-sowell-know- $385. u mi 9 r. DAVIS' STORE Halt Manuel, who has been in Illirelanois time visiting a short tives and look for work has returned home telling the same eld story that others tell, that there is no place like old Kentucky. We was sorry to hear that the money drawer of John Hnglrman. IL K. car rier on Route, No. I hail been robbed, as he was aving up his money to buy It! .is a set of harness or an automobile with. He hid not fully made up his mind which to buy. Mrs. Lucinda James was surprised bv her many relatives on March 31st, all joining in ard .'citing her a birthday dinner. There, were 54 of her relatives there for dinner with her that The day, it being her 78th birthday. youngest of the guests was master Claik Henry James, her great grand son being just five weeks old. All reported a merry time after refreshments the sang some of the old time soiig, which the old lady joined in and helped to sing. Jesse James and wife, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Henry James. John lnv- - und wife f SMierl, arl-- visiting relatives and friends in this section. Miss Allic Crutchfield, of Nicholas-villis visiting her aunt, Mrs, Nannie '. Adams. John Harris has been confined to his bed with giip. J. A. Tinker and Mr. J C. Tucker have both been very sick nut are improved at this writing. e. . 9-- Church Dedication Postponed The dedication of the Christian church at Danville has been postponed to Sunday, April l.th, Quite a number from Lincoln plan to attend on this happy occasion. Removes Skin Blemishes Why go through life embarassed and disfigured with pimples, eruptions, blackheads, red rough skin, or suffering the tortures of ICczcma, itch, tetter, salt rheum. Just ask your druggist for Dr. Hohson's Eczema Ointment. Fol-lothe simple suggestion and your skin worries are over. Mild, soothing, effective, Excellent for babies and tender skin. Stops chapping. Alwa i helps. Relief or money back. 50c. at your druggist. w Clean Complexion k received at W. ANOTHER stoo. l. of trtc Hlggins' sprayers 26-- 1 SCHOOL NOTES The first baseball game scheduled so far this season is to be played here on April the llth. The London leant plays S. II. S. The weather has been rather unfavorable for practice, but yet the team is in very good condition. Mr. Craig, representative of thr Ifaldwiu Piano Co., tuned the school pianos this week, much to the delight of the pupil, who have to use lluin. The teachers drciilril at a iiiitIiih this week that they would not attend toe M'tmick) educational Association this, year as they did last year. That means there will be no spring vacation for the pupils, A meeting of the high school Literary Society, was held last Friday and Mr N'orris artilu- - .is rriltr ciiil ii one of the best meetings tie had attended and much belter than the one just before when there were a number of visitors present. The ilalr for flip MnTnrl Ptnti triinl has been et for Thursday the 2Jd, of this month instead of Friday on account of the district track meet to be held here the 24ih. The trustees li.it r ilrriilnl t lint ati- sence from school for any educational purptsc snail not hc.liclil against a pupil and so Miss Ellen Il.illoii is planning to take a number of her music pupils to Cincinnati to the May Festi- tui ,iiic tvntllpritif- - in .iiay. iiih wcck r?r.ir,trt' Miss Mat Cohen Will Be Hard to Beat ilIia ii studying voice in the Coltrge of Music Mr, Mat Cohen, of Richmond, who at Cincinnati will sing here llach Club was at the Phoenix last evening, is night of commencement week. :i candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commisisoncr of Agriculture, and his wide impuiatily will make Jlnnnr RoU of Stanford Schools The following is the Honor Roll of him a strong contestant, says the Lexthe Stanford Graded and High School ington Leader He has not yet formally annotiiKcd bis candidacy, but his for the month of March : friends are none the less active on that High School Mr. Cohen Seniors Effie Haughman, Robert account. identified with has been promistock and agriCarter, Marion Grimes, Spalding Hill, nently cultural William Girmes. Elizabeth Mathcuv. when he affairthe since early lioyhood. was champion "lxy rider" The name of William Grimes was in- of the I'due Grass. Mr. Cohen, by the advertently omitted from February's way, will this jear again handle the Honor roil show horses belonging to Mrs. Mary Juniors.--ClintoColeman, Marv S. McDowell Lowndes, of Danville, who C.ok, :allie Mills Craig, Harry Far- is one of the most popular and personmer, Ellen May Holtzclaw. Anne I). ally attractive of Kentucky's many McRoltcrts, P.essic Moore. Mary Moore beautiful women. Her two fine aniRancy, Verna Rout. Maymc Singleton, mals, Mary Yandcll Fox and Sophomore. Gertrude Gaine. Je;e, ard Cocur dc Leon (2) (0),now Richarc Hocker. Maggie Wilmot. Lucy Wilmot, Cohen's stable at the Lcxinuton in Mr. Fair Freshmen. Francei. lirackett, Jiio". .grounds. Mr. Cohen agrees with Shel Cash. Joe T. Emluy. Malsy Grimes, by 1. Harbison that there is a fine outElizabeth Greer. Nellie Wilson Hill, look for gmwl Emily Murph), Pattie Perkins, Man-ric- e to the contrary horses, the automobile notwithstanding. The Tucker, Serena Young. fancy saddler, in his opinion, will evet Grades find a ready market. Eighth Grade Anmt V. Craig. Frances Embry, Tildcn Cooper. Nancy K. McKinncy. Annie R. Powell. Clar- - Conference for Education in the South Singleton, Annette Wcaren. Tiie Annual Conference lor hduca-tio- n in the South and Southern EduSeventh Grade. Hester Anderson. Mary Deck, Clara Cash, Sylvia Far- cational association will hold their an. in Louisville, mer. Thelma Francis, Rachel Hill, Kit nual meeting jointly April 7t!i to 10th. l'JlM. This meeting by Hilton, irgil Moore. Sixth Grade Iva I'cnples. Vie Gosc will be made up of the leading cdii' Smith, Mae Gover. Patterson Tanner, calors and business men in Kentucky Tahitlu Martin, Sadie Wcaren, Sam and thexeniirc south. Among those who are prominent in educational afCraig, Sophie Saunders. fairs and who will appear on the proFifth Grade. Ilcrtha lllankenhip, gram are: lion. P. P. Claxton, u. S. Thelma Powell. Com, ot Education. Washington. D. C Henry Haughman. J. W. Ambcrcrombie. Tuscoloosa, Ala., Fourth Grade. Janus llaiighman, Mariorie llalloti, President. Charles W. Dabney. Cinl.ucilc Carter. Elizabeth Greer, Mattic cinnati. Ohio, T. J. Coates, Frankfort, .. llclle Ktncatd, Margaret Pvttus, Guy ii i mi. .iiki j ti uniaru, v,iiarioucsviiic, ii. Smith, Frank Camden. a. During the meeting conferences of Atchley. Kath- - superintendents, of Normal schools, of Ollic Third Grade. eiiuc Prucc. Adolnh Camcniseh. Fran Kindergarten Education, and of seconces Fish, Mary Gilbert Powell, Adel- dary education will be held: For four aide Prcctor. Lclia Cook Raney, Gla days the problem of building up perdys oittnanl. manently country life will be considerMary L. Stone. Lit- - ed from every angle and the princiSecond tirade. cilc Walker, Olga Camcniseh, Dorothy pals of many Kentucky high schools Trtbble, Eddie II, Haughman, Francis win uc present lor mis snare oi mtei-iTraylor, Emma lirackett. Matilda llcll. l.illie Uallou. Sadie K. Kincaid. lames Paxton, John Foster, Jr., Kobt. WAYNESBURG Lee lames Tiirnln, Jessie Davison, Dunn, Joe Mescr. Rev. K. A. Ilamcs closed his series Allen Anderson; pf meetings here Friday evening. There First Grade. Harold Dunn. Frances Greer, Leon was no addition to the clmrcu, but we ard Mitchell. Mattie Preston, Eunice feel much good was done. i'cpplcs. Shi'lton Saufley. Jr., Iielma Rev. J. V. Jones returned to his Wallsi Sabra K. Walker. Frank An home in Junction City Thursday. derson, Annelle Carson. Rev. Curtis is able to carry the mail Harnett, Lliarlcy again after a week's Illness, Cella Primary. rlankeusliip. Delia Mitchell, Louis Mrs. E. C. Jordan came over from M?rshon, Margaret Travlor. Adclia Stanford Friday to see her father, J. Walker, Dollie Walls. II. Daigh, who has been very ill, Mr. A. L. Foster, of Hustonville. Hews of the Churches was here first of the week on busiAt the Methodist church next Sun ness. Mr. R. E Horton, or Stanford, was day the Sunday school will meet at A. M. Preaching at 10.45 A. M. here Saturday, Mrs. E. G' Jordan was the guest of ,M. and I'.pwortli League at d.M preaching at 7.15 P. M. Communion Mrs. C. C. Gooch Sunday. Miss Mary McCoy returned to Stanwill be held in connection with the morning service. Everyone most cor- ford Friday after spending several days with home. folks. dially invited to all services. Mrs. Durward Singleton. Miss Elsie Services at the llantist church Aur. 5th, Sunday school at 9.J0 A. M.. ami Hartctt Singleton visited Miss preaching at 11 A. M, subject' "Hie Osa Farmer at Neat's Creek Saturday llaptist Position on The Lord's Sup and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Singleton were per." Ii. v. l'. V. at 0.J0 p. at. preach-in- g ah!wc1l and fain, at 7.W P. M. Subject "From Jeru- the guests of D. W ily Saturday and Sunday, salem to lerico." Messrs. T. S. Reynolds and W R. Rev, W. S, Grinstead of London, will preach at the Methodist church Singleton were in Stanford Monday. Miss Gladys Singleton visited her here next Sunday !olh morning and evening. His numerous friends will be aunt. Mrs. R. Curtis Sunday. Mr. Hayden Leach had a valuable glad to hear htm at these hours, Rev. C. H, Greer will go to London to mule to die last week. Mr, John Gooch has been sick but is preach for Mr, Grinstead. Services at the Presbyterian church letter at this writing, Rev R. A. Ilamcs attended Ihe 5th, Sunday. April 5th. 9 JO. The Tractiing Sunsci vice at 11 o'clock. Public worship, Sunday meeting at Middleburg "The Meaning of the Transfiguration day, Miss Mattie Ilourne, of Hubble was of Jesus." 2 o'clock, the Mission Hand, 3 o'clock the Hrothrrhood, 6.45 Voting the guest of Miss Eva Singleton on peoples meeting, subject "The Power Thursday. Missionary Rally Day will be Verse 7.30 Public worship. here Sunday, April I2lh. An Services held at the Christian church interesting program will be carried each week according to the following Everybody cordially invited. out, order: Preaching, each Lord's day. t morning and evening. Young Peoples' The directors of the K. of P? Fair inert ing at 6:45, Prayer meeting each Wednesday evening at 7.15. Subject are requested to meet Saturday aftersermon "The noon, April 'ill! at two o'clock in the for Sunday morning Moral Aspects of Future Punishment," lodge room. un Bethutum Not Candidate for Congress Judge L. W. Ucthnruin. of Mt. Vcr- wha has a s:rca: ir.snv fr!rn.U here, has declared himself out of the race for the republican nomination for congress in the liloodv Eleventh. Since retiring from the office of County Judge, of Rockcastle county the first of this j car Judge lictlitiriim has formed a legal partnership with S. D. Lewis at Mt. crnon and it is his purMse lo ilovntc his entire time to the practice of Ikw and remain out of politics. Judge ltethurum considered the epics-tio- ti of seeking the congressional nomination for some lime anil much pressure was brought to bear on him by members of IkuIi factions in the district lo enter the race, it being claimed that he would receive supHrt from lHth factions and result in uniting the g. o. p With the announcement by Judge licthurum that he will not cuter the race it is expected that several aspirants for the nomination, who were holding off until he had reached a decision, will now get into Ihe It has licen learned scramble. from an authoritative source that Charles Fmley, of Whitley county, will make race. for the nomination and that his candidacy will be formally announced within a few days Stale Senator Joe Rosworth, of Middleslioro, and Representative Lilhurn Phelps, of Jamestown, arc also propectise candidates and both have many warm friends. STAFFORD CONUTY KANSAS to Some Farming Country, According Our Friend "Bud" Reynolds R. F D. 4, n i), -i.' S. Editor of interior Journal, Stanford, Ky. Dear Sir;- I will again write a few lines lo mv friends through the Interior Journal. We have had a tot of very disagreeable weather through February and March, plenty ot wind and now it is pretty dry, lult which, looks well I believe I stated in my last letter tfiat that there is the largest acreage of wheat ever sown In the State. The assessor's book for 1913 shows that there vvere 230,089 acres of wheat in r Stafford county and there is a girat deal more this car. While speaking of the 191J assessor's lists which were taken March 1st I will give your readers a few items that will give them n idea of what Stafford --county, Kansas, is. Stafford county, consists of 22 townships, each six miles square Or 506.880 acres, assessed value of $10,968,817, assessed value of personal property $5,071,420, population of county 11,7.32. The list also, shows that the county Is rapidly coming to the front in mule raising, dairying and in growing alfalfa. At the time this list was made there were 5,241 mules valued at $564,490; cows and sires 9,548 value $8600. There 6,420 value $218,705; horses all kind and sizes 9,548 value $786,800. There were 6,411 acres in alfalfa and ihfr figures will be greatly increased this )c.tr. I think in a very few years will become one ot the leading crops of the county, The assessor's book also shows that there were 502 automobiles In the conn. Iv. Each auto owner is charged a license fee of $5.00, fifty cents of which goes to State Auditor to pay for a number plate and the listing of the car in the auditor office, the balance goes lo the county road fund. rtiere arc eight banks in the county, four high schools and ninety common sclio.-.- ! districts. The common school term is seven months and may be more but never less. The average salary of is $o5 per common school teachers month. Another thing I forgot to mention, as rapidly coming to the front here is the silo. I believe the number of silos almost doubled in this county last vear. The farmers are iust beginning to learn how valuable they are. Well, I have told you a lot about the county and when )ou consider that it has only lnvn settled rtlw". It 35 jears. I believe )ou will sec that it compares very favorably with old Lincoln, And s as to the morals and of citizens, Stafford county has no superior. Hefore I close I must say that I am sorry the State-wid- e Prohibition bill failed in the legislature. In Kentucky, I know that a prohibition law, such for as Kansas has, is a great blessing especially to the rising generation of young "men, but I suppose the temperance people are very well satisfied with what was accompliseh in that session. The whisky people in Kansas were trying to get the question again before the people for a vote, but when the legislature passed a woman suffrage law and ratified at the polls, the resubmission question died a natural death. Since the women have a vote it is admitted by the whisky people that Kansas will never again be a whisky state. I do not believe Kentucky will ever be a prohibition state until women vote theic Now, I have possibly said more than ought too, so will close with best wishes to all my friends. Very truly M. G. REYNOLDS. last-yeahigh-cla's1 St. John, Kansas. March 30, 1914. Yosemile, Casey County, Apr. 3. Rev, R. A. Harnes in telling of his experiences as an evangelist in the South Kentucky Association, said that he had preached in eastern Kentucky, and in nearly every feud ridden county of that section of the state and that Poplar Grove in this county, was the toughest place he had ever visited, He held a meeting there last fall and he said that very few of the people showed any respect whatever, for religious services. He said those on the inside ol the house would talk out during services, while those on the outside, would throw stones and other missels through the windows, and on one occasion someone threw stones at him as he was leaving the church. The firing of pistols on the way home from church was a common prss time with many of them. Poplar Grove has alwavs been known as a benighted region, but we had never dreamed of those people being so lilt to removed from heathenism. Rev. R. A. Ilamcs, district evangelist and Rev. J. W. Wade of Moruatt- town, together with local talent entered into the work of the meeting with a vim and determination to make it a success.. Each subject on the program was discussed and good thoughts were brought out, Rev. J. W. Wade preached in the forenoon and Rev U. A. Harnes at night. They arc both fine preachers and are never at a loss for something to say, when in the pulpit. There was a large and appreciative crowd present and all seemed to enjoy the services. The good women had prepared dinner at their homes, and a cimmiltec looked after the visitors. Rev. Claunch, who was a little troubled lest the meeting be a failure, is greatly elated at the good he feels has done. Revs. K. G. Martin and L. U, Lee arever npiointed a committee to range a program and a place, for holding a meeting in May, when it is honed that a delegation from the churches will be in attendance, and still a greater interest manifested. Jesse Fogle was operated on here Sunday afternoon for appendicitis and is doing well at this writing. D. R. Brown, of Liberty, attended the meetinc here Stindav. He Wight up with him Rev. J. W. Wade, of Morgantown, Hutler county, who had been spending several days with Mr. Brown, with a view of locating at Casey's capital Miss Lizzie bclk. of Mintonville, is the guest" of her cousin, Mrs. M. F. J. R. Wilson has sold his grist mill here lo T. W. Hranson and will move to Illinois. The Middlehitrir graded school will close April the third. Varnie Moore, son of W. F, Moore, left Monday for Indianapolis, where he hopes to get employment for the summer. The missionary meeting at the Baptist church at Middleburg came off, as per announcement, and was interesting throughout. Jasper. HUSTONVILLE Samuel Owens, of McKinncy, was in town Wednesday. Hugh Sandidge. of Milledgeville, was, here Wednesday driving a good looking horse. Miss Florence Spragens, of Ellis-burwas the guest of Miss Ella Harnett Wednesday. Will Cooper and Dennis Jarinan, when colored boys, were wrestling, Cooper received a badlv sprained ankle W. S. Hurch and R. C. Engleman, of Stanford, came over Sunday evening. J. G., Wcathertord returned to Stanford with them. Walter McKinncy, of Mt. Salem, was here Sunday. Roy U. Rose, of Danville, was here Monday taking orders of clothes. He received several good orders. The B. L. A. society will liave an exchange' at W. H. Lair's store on Saturday before Easter, for the benefit of the Baptist church. All of the church members are earnestly requested to come and bring something and lend a helping hand in the cause. The proceeds will be used in paying for the electric lights at the church. Eugene Dunn received a very' painful wound, by being cut on the back of his hand by a calf hitting an open knife that he had in his hand. Sam Lusk was able to be down town this week and is looking well, but is still in a feeble condition. J. W. Hughes, of near McKinncy, was in town this week. Squire J. K. Helm came in Tuesday and had his whiskers shaven off and people did not hardly recognize, him, for so great was the change in his appearance. Botn. to the wife or Milton Deavers. girl twins, Milton is the proudest human at the head of Carpenter's Creek. Rev. W. S. Willis, formerly of this place but now of PerryVillc, was here this week. Mrs. 1'ollie Kauffman and Miss Rose Lynn Childress celebrated their birthdays on March 31. Mrs. Kauffman was 92 sears old and is the oldest citizen in our midst and is still very active in getting around about and can read without her glasses as well as she ever did in her lite. Hert Miller, the porter at the Weath-erfor- d Hotel was an attendant Tuesday night at a very swell wedding at Stanford. Little Georgia Anna Walker is suffering rom the pink eje. Riffe Bros., received this week a car load of the noted Thoruhill wagons for their spring trade. Col. E. C. Hopper is looking dandy and says he never felt any better in his life. Will Dunn is now furnishing the public with delightful turnip greens, He has an unlimited supply of them, can fill orders from a small basket to a wagon load. We had quite an April shower most alt day Wednesday, which is making, the green stuff come up jumping and the wheat prospect never looked better. Quite, a lot of wild geese passed over here going north, one night this week. Looks like spring had come sure enough. George D. Weatherford will take charge of the pottoffice in a few days, Miss Belle Bogle will be his deputy. g, Shelby City, April 3. Mr Tyler Mcsscr and Miss Sallic Adams both Kpular joung people of near here were united in wedlock at the home of the bride's parents last week. A host of friends join in wishing them much happiness. Mrs. Ora Lee Brackett and little daughters, Maggie and Sylvia were vis'img .Mrs. John Hill, near Junction Cit Mr. Pat Daugherty was up from King's Mountain Sunday to see the homcfolks. Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Russell were visiting Mrs. F. Ilurkc. Mrs. William Sprinkles is suffering with a badly burned arm. The sad news of the death of Willie Crutchcr, cast a gloom over this vicinity. He was a bright young man and loved by all who knew him and was employed by the Q. & C, railroad and his death came as a great surprise to his father, l.u.lhers and sisters, and aged grandmother. The interment was in Harris' Creek Cemetery. We exlcnd our sympathy to the bereaved ones. We arc having plenty of rain now and the farmers arc going to be late with their crops. Mr and Mrs, Chester Staton have returned here after spending some time in Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Urfrr nmt rliil. dren have gone to Louisville to make their future home there. Air. George Gilliluud lias returned to his home in Indianapolis, Ind., after spending several weeks with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Nellie Huffman, of Danville, is visiting relatives at this ptace. Misses Beulah and Anna Sprinkles, were the guests of Misses Luna and Jalie Brown Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Amanda Gilliland and daughters Edna and Laura were visiting Mrs. F Burke Sunday. Mr Oscar Brcedlove and sister. Miss Ethel, of near Stanford are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. George Norton were visiting her parents Mr. W. E. Brackett. Miss Maggie Brackett was the guest of Misses Edna and Eunice Brown Sunday night. Air. and Airs. George Aloore, of Cincinnati, are visiting relatives here. J. W. Brown has sold his house and lot on the Hustonville and Danville pike to Mr. H. Bowen of this place, price paid $650. Mr. Brown has moved to the Leigh property near here. Misses Anna and Lizzie Urfer joined their parents in Louisville a few days ago. Air., Olhe Buhcanan, of Somerset is spending some time with his parents in Bowen. Mr. and Airs. Grover Hester, were visiting her parents, Air. and Airs. William Sprinkles. Alcsdames. Georgia Gilliland and Kate Coovcrt were visiting friends at Morelatld. .Misses Luna and Jalie Brown and Beulah and Anna Sprinkles vvere visiting Mrs P. F. Kennedy. Aliss Elizabeth Brackett was the guest of Aliss Ethel Wright Sunday night. Air. and Airs. J. W. Brown were in Stanford, Friday. Mr, Lindsay Buchanan, of Burgin. was up to sec homcfolks and calling on the fair sex of our town Sunday last. Air. G. C. Maxey, of Hamilton, O., made a business trip here last week. ot counties will have placed themselves in position to take advantage of State aid bv issuinir road bond savs :i news story from Frankfort. Pulaski may be the first with $J(J0,(I00 bond issue to be voted on April 24; and Warren will vote on a similar proiKt- siliou May ii, Simpson, Harlan Whit-leBell and Letcher may follow suit. The law provides that where a county has voted bonds the State shall reimburse it to the extent of half the amount actually spent on roads under the provisions of the act; so that instead of making annual appropriations and doing the work piecemeal these counties may lay out their bond issues in constructing a system of highways and enjoy their benefit while paying for them. In Pulaski county a' commission is designated to administer the bond issue, the roads must be constructed under State supervision and according to plans furnished by the Commissioner of Roads, so that Ihcy are assured of the money being properly spent. If the Federal appropriation is nude the State department is authorized by the law to make whatever terms it pleases with the Federal Government, and it is probable that the Federal Government and the State will put an equal amount to aid counties, thus making the State road fund go twice as far hi distribution among the coun-tic- s. v, places it is proposed for to augment the fund raised this way when actually in bank to the credit of the county road fund will be treated the same as if raised by taxation in the distribution of the State fund. The automobile fund available this year for aiding in county road building amounts to approximately $100,000. Pulaski county is carrying on a systematic campaign to get votes for the bond issue. The Campaign Committee with precinct committeemen is in charge and every precinct will be carefully polled. Beginning April 13 a speaking campaign is planned. Senator Joseph F. Bosworth, a representative of the National Department, of Highways and one from the State Department will deliver addresses. Commissioner of Roads R. C. Terrell, who held a conference with good roads promoters in Somerset Saturday, has set down in figures what good roads will mean in dollars and cenf? to Pulaski county. Taking the, value of horses and mules, farm vehicles and harness in the county, as shown by the Government census report for 1910, at $l,20o.Oo9. he csliuules that the present bad roads cause an annual depreciation in stock vehicles and equipment of 3 per cent., or $36,182.67. The cost the ton mile to hint over the roads now is approximately 30 cents, while over improved roads it would be 14 cents a saving of 16 cents. Tjsing as a basis 100.000 tons hauled over five miles, 75 per cent, of which, or 75.000 tons, would be hauled over the main, or improved highways, after the lond issue has been expended, he demonstrates that the 16 cents saved on the ton mile by improving the roads represents a loss of $60,000 annually as the roads are now, and this, added to in stock the $36,182.67 depreciation constitutes a direct and equipment, annual loss by reason of bad roads of private subscriptions In many 27th, His death resulted from an injury received aliout 10 days prior to his death when in falling a tree a limb was broken from another tree striking Atr. Taylor's head, rendering him unconscious in which condition he remained most of the time until his death. Air. Ti.vlor was lorn on the North Rolling Fork 42 years ago he was a son of Air. and Mrs. Leonard Taylor, was married to Aliss Minnie Calhoun, Nov. I. 18W. He is survived by his wife and four children. James Lewis Taylor. Atisses Ida Lee Taylor, Nora Mav Taylor, and Air. William E. Taylor. Air. Taylor was a member of the Baptist church and the funeral services were conducted last Sunday afternoon at his late residence by Rev. J, R. Dodson. following in the Taylor interment burying ground. The following rs-in-law acted as Alcssrs. J. A. Calhoun. J. R. Calhoun, h. O. Harmon. Marcus Alay, J. P. Clarkson Lee Dunsmore brothes: This he explains does not include the Injuries Cause Wm. Taylor's Death loss represented by the enhancement William Taylor died at his home on in value of farm and city properly if the North Rolling Fork Friday. Alarch the roads were improved, nor the, advantages of social life and educational advancement attendant throughout the country-side. S96.182.67. Sturdy Son of Erin Dies at ParUsville r President Pardons Berry Simpson United Slates District Attorney Edward P. Morrow, has been notified by the Department of Justice, Washington D. C, of Ihe pardon of llerry Simpson by President Wilson. About four vcir ago Simpson was indicted and in the United States Court at l lied Richmond, charged with the killing of United States Marshal, J no. Mullen at Steams. It was the outgrowth of a conspiracy against the Stearns Coal Company, during which the Stearns Hotel was fired, resulting in a pitched battle when two vvere killed and four or five wounded. Attorney Morrow defended Simpson at his trial, and in December went before the authorities in Washington and presented an application for his pardon, which was indorsed by a number of Senators and Congressmen. A irhael Cullen, died at his late residence near Parksville last week. His death followed a brief illness of pneumonia, He was born in Alaunor Hamilton. Lcitrim county, Ireland Easter Sunday, 1832. He came to New York when about 15 years of age, ami after residing there a few years, he located He aided in the in South Carolina. construction of a railroad leading into the state of Georgia, where he met Aliss Martha Holcmld. whom he married. He has a fine mechanic and until one of his limbs was broken a secengaged in ond time, was actively working at his' trade. He was a devout Catholic and received the last rites of his church, a short time prior to his death, the Rev. Father Osmond, of He is survived Danville officiating. by an aged widow, one daughter. Mrs. DON'T GROW BALD Alar) Bruce, of Boyle county, and four sons1, Bernard and John Cullen, oi It's Quite Needless. Nourish the Hair California and Michael and James Moots Remove Dandruff Use Cullen. of Gay. Lll. The remains were Parisian Sage buried at Parksville. The Difference Congressman Stanley says he is just the oposite kind of a democrat from Farrelt Postmaster at Perryville Beckham. Yes, Stanley was for the President Wilson this week appointwhom same candidate for President Fair Meeting Postponed ed Join II, Farrell postmaster at The meeting of the directors of the Belmont, Ryan ami Murph) supported iihiii the endorsement of Conand Itevkham was for Wilson, the can. K. of P. fair, that was called for Satgressman Harvey Helm. In the reurday afternoon at tito o'clock has didate that Bryan supported. cent examination for fourth-clas- s News. been postponed until the following Farrell. made a general avSaturday, April II. erage of over 90 per cent. This placCheck Your April Cough ed bin. first on the list ot cligibles. Aside fmni this, he was heavily en Strengthens Weak and Tired Women Thawing .frost and April rains chill "I was under a great strain nursing )ou to the very marrow, you catch dorsed by leading democrats in the cold-He- ad a relatives throueh three months sickwest end of Hojle county. and lungs stuffed You ness." writes Airs. J. C. Van De Saude, are feverish Cough continually and of Kirkland. III., and "Electric Bit- feel miserable You need Dr. King's Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser ters kept me from breaking down. I New Discovery. waste It soothes inflamed Flush out the accumulated will never be without it." Do you feel and irritated throat ami lungs, stops and poisons of the winter months; tired and worn out? No appetite and cough, vour head clears up. fever will Cleanse your stomach, liver and kidfood won't digest? It isnt spring leave, and you feel fine. Mr. J. T Da. neys of all impurities. Take Dr. King' You need Electric Bitters. vis, of Stickney Corner. Ma, ''Was weather. New Life Pills; nothing better for Start a month's treatment cured of a dreadful cough after doc purifying the blood. Mild, nothing better for stomach, liver and tor's treatment and all other remedies laxative. Cures constipation; and Governor McCreary has appointed kidneys. The great spring tonic. Re- failed. Relief or money back. Pleas makes jou feel fine. Take no othet rtucktrn'. Ar George Washington Piper to be Police lief or money back. 50c and $1 at your ant Children like it. Get a bottle 25c at Vour druggist druggist. of Junction City. diy. 50c and $1.00 at your druggist. nica Salve for all hurts. Per-ville Eliia-IcthtrvJu-U- If your hair is getting thin, losing color or has that matted, lifeless and scraggy appearance, the reason is evidentdandruff and failure to keep the hair roots properly nourished. Parisian Sage applied frequently for a week and then occasionally is all that is needed. It removes dandruff with one application; almost immediately stops falling hair and itching head, cleanses, cools and invigorates the scalp and makes dull, stringy hair soft abundant and radiant with life Equally good for men, women or childreneveryone needs it. This refreshing hair tonic can he had at any drug store or toilet counter in 50 cents bottle only. G, L. Penny always sell it with agreement to refund the money if you are not satified. Get a bottle at once. Delighted users say Parisian Sage is the best and most invigorating hair tonic made. Heard His Own Funeral Preached Some days ago Will Lane, a colored man. who was tried at the last term of the Hell Circuit Court for the murder of his wife and given a death sentence, was allowed to be taken from the jail at Pineville, under guard, to be baptized in the Cumberland and to hear his own funeral sermon preached bv the colored minister. At the conclusion of the sermon Lane made a farewell address to his friends, and the proceedings were most unusual. The day for his electrocution was set by the Bell Circuit Court for Alay 8, hut an appeal has been taken by his attorneys to the Court of Appeals. t. WMrSr ifMUAM vmi IW"' .... -- ?.Jfpw -- JS,, t . r-- K IMS INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. "ERIOJt JOURNAL FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1914 ft Preserve Your Property i vSnXJkr?L1 BY HHKLTON M. TP.AU 8AU1I.F.Y rroprlrtot IN ADVA.NCK - USING fl A ttriUtni.Y EASTER HATS Some way people have gotten into tinq the habit of putting on their SOMETHING NEW FOR bTO r m EASTfcR 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 make it shine. You must have a NbW MAI, and so we have prepared for you. STETSON HATSJin the young men's shapes and the full brad 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 whitest stock we have ever seen; the shapes and dimensions are perfect. Straws at $1 to $3.50. Panamas $5 and $6. Select yours for Easter at once. best-wani J 23-t- Let's Hare n Alfalfa Club In Lincoln Alfalfa is. one of the Cuming feed crops of Lincoln count) and, in fact n tins section ot lite state, .More H comity farmers arc growing it evVI er year Givcns, in the north western section of the county, has done "The Brand That Satltfiet" a magnificent work in Mating the way In jurac sections those whowant to pit Linseed Lead, Oxide Zinc White in alfalfa crops arc organizing alfalfa clubs, and the State Fxperiment Staof great covering power, spreading Oil with tion at Lexington, is There is no gues work about durability. capacity and tlicm in every way Prof II. II. Hendricks, of the Division of Argrotiomy Read the formula on every can. This paint its quality. of the Fxperiment Station, has just forms a tough, tenacious, leather like coating which remains nnili a trip to Whcntlcy. crona, Richmond, and Critlrmlrn where he organ in perfect condition for many years. It retains its color too. i ted alfalfa clubs in each place with It costs no more to apply the best than a cheap, inferior Membership ranging from 2 to 18 He will visit the farms, select plots, direct grade. Therefore the btfst is the cheapest in the long run. preparation of the ground and the .' of the when the season 117 Brand has been sold in your community for years. Ask opens there seed, and two hundred and will be fT yoir dealer about its quality and for names of users. fifty growers over the state working tindci the direction of the station when ON SALr the oteanization of clubs in Cnthiana and l.awrtnceburg is effected. At Versailles the membership has reached twenty. What's the matter with organizing an Alfalfa Club m Lincoln? The I J. will take pleasure in conununicat- iiik with the State Experiment Station Notice to Contractors at I cxington and is itisficd the exNotice to Delinquents All persons who made successful pert will le sent here if those who wish Dy order of the Fkc.i1 Court at its meeting held on the IStli day of March, bids and rcrcicd contracts on the to put in this great feed crop are suf1914, I am directed to publish the various turnpikes arc required to exe- ficiently interested. If you are inter name of all persons who fail to pay cute bond before the County Judge, at ested, Mr Farmer, send in our name to the I. Jn and we'll get the expert their delinquent poll and property tax, on or before April 7th, 1914, at which a date not later than April 1, 1914. here. date the Sheriff will make his settle- Those contracts for which no bond is ment as to the levy of 1913. said delin- executed by the date will be cancelled, When we otcd against the Gtcun inquents to be published in the Interior and the work relet. 2J-surance bill in the House we believed G. II. COOPER C L. C C Journal. then that it would proc a very unpopuF.. D. PENNINGTON, Co. Engincr. lar law, if enacted, but had no idea it was going to prove half so obnoxious to the people as wc hac learned it has, Condensed Report of since coining from Frankfort. Wonder if there is is the same resentment over its passage in other parts of the state that there seems to be in Lexington and up in this neck of the woods? If so Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, March 4, 1914 Kub Laffoon anil other politicians LIABILITIES: RESOURCES: who were responsible for "putting it ocr" certainly dug their political - $358,484.97 Capital Loans $100,000.00 UIUtlllffJ SESaMSSi Pure H.&W.Pure Prepared Paint and rn KntrrrJ it tkr filrinff mm tniirrr. ( XUnfttd t l.iu-tol- A Paint sow-int- Hjp HHeisH Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. H. Scratched 40 Years Used D. D. D., t. All Itching Gone! This In the nrlimt experience of Anna Croir.mi KiiiiIj Krtun. Oil . w lth the wonderful U. 1 I) frencrlptlon I). T. In the proven Kczema Cure the mllil wah that Rlvci Inntant relief In all forms of xkln trouble Clennrrs the nkln of all Itnpurltlra washes nwny Motrhea ami pimples, leaving the skin as mooth ami healthy aa that of a ihlM. Get a 80c bottle of this womlerful Eczema litre today ami kep It In the lioiie. We know I). D. D. will do all that u claimed forthat It. Shuyars' Drug Store. Stanford, Ky. j. McROBERTS MT. 2ION The death angel called at the home of Mi. Sijinre Owens last Saturday and He leaves a wife took S'linre away and brother to mourn that he is no aged mother, Jtut passed more. His over the river a week ago. Until deaths were due to consumption. Their many friends and loved ones liave the greatest sympath) of all the people in their hours of grief and sorrow. Mr. Wm. Thompson is able to be out again after a severe attack of rheumatism. Mr Walter Rogers has a bad at tack of cold Mrs. Murrell still continues very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ilryant were llic Mrs. Ida gucst of their daughter, Thompson Sunday, Prof. Jeff Dial will give a lecture on vocal music here next Sunday at 10 ocIock-- l M. He says tell evcry-liodto come and bring some one with them. There will also be some singing. Mrs. Hniily Rogers remains ill. Jatms ltlankeiisliip is still sick, His children have the measles. of IndiMr. Charlie lllankcnslup. anapolis. Inil., and Miss Minnie Hell mifli ,if tlrnnt'ltfrintitvin iirimlv. were united in wedlock's; holy lnds at Mr Prank Smith's last Friday, Rev God-b- y officiating Mrs Julia Smith and son Ward are the ctiest of James Adams tins vvetk Mrs. bmilj Smith was the guest ot Mrs. Ida Thompson .Monday evening The writer was made to feel sorry to read in the I )., of Rev Livingston being ill, and hope he is well by now Miss Louise Simpson, was the guest of Mrs Id i Thompson Sunday and also Mis'vs Ida and Lirie Smith Sunday evening Sir II. S. I'aynter anil wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby 1k "at their home. The infant baby of Mr. and Mrs Russell Watson is sick this" week. y Dollar For Dollar ! Is what you get at our store. For every dollar which is dropped into our cash register there has left the store a FULL DOLLAR VALUE in merchandise. Our slogan is "dollar for dollar" and every transaction is 5 "Honor Roll Bank" Surplus and Profits Circulation Bills Payable Deposits -- Guaranteed Satisfaction or Money Refunded You take no chances when dealing with us. We buy the best of everything, thereby insuring our customers absolute satisfaction. Our facilities are ideal ft r compounding preBring scriptions and only skilled pharmacists are in charge. your prescriptions to U.S. and Lincoln County Bonds 132,500.00 Banking House and 6,500.00 Fixtures - Due from Banks Cash - - - - 31,22523 $528,710,201 graos. 107,639.01 100,000.00 NONE 221,071.19 $528,710.20 Cornel next Court Horn LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Ky. Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House for SEED CORN, FIELD SEED and Garden Seed L FEEDS Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. Linseed Meal for Milk Cows and ewes, $2.00 per 100 lbs. makes milk Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, $1.60 per 100 lbs. makes fat Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions $2.00 per 100 lbs. and Jacks feeds, and plenty corn, Millfeed to mix with above oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. The Lexington Leader suggests John W. Iljrr, Jr, of LouisilIe, as the ReOTTENHEIM publican nominee for Governor, but Mr John Foos, who has been in a we'll wager that Ed Franks will be the critical condition for some time is very man the G. O. P. will nominate. low and is under the care of Drs, and Morris. BEE LICK Mr L. llussc, age (J6, is cr ill The farmers are getting along nieily Kev Itossliart filled l.is regular with the work. here Sunday. Mrs. Mary lirown is aide to be out Mr John Meredith and ?li. Lniut again. Stickler, Saturday Mrs. David Proctor stilly remains eening inwent to Danville the interest of some stock about the same. Mr. Noakes Scott Is visiting her and returned Mrnday morning. Mr. Charlie Trub and Mr Rudolph father and mother in Ilrouuhtoutowu look were here a few days last week this. week. and returned to Cincinnati Sunday. Hud Stringer left a few das ago. Mr. J. K. Russell attended church Morns Taylor and Arthur Scott, will soon lcae. at Pine Grove Sunday. A large crowd Mr M. Cordial has moed into the was priseut and the sermon was new dwelling house preached hj Rev Livingston. Mr M. K. Owen sas lie will make Miss llie Crutchfleld, an attra-tiva good crop if he gets it out in time. young 'ady of Nicholasvillc, spent a .Mr S. O. Proctor and wife, visited fe.v days last week with her cousin. his brother T. A. Pioctor near liuck Miss ll.irbara Rtisell. Creek last Saturday and Sunday, Mrs. lbert Stamphlcy's mother, of Mr. nml Mrs. A K I'rnrtnr. if Onnil Cleveland, O., is visiting relative-- ! at visited Ins father Sunday last. tins place. Miss Matilda Mocker was in Stan JUMBO Mi. C. C. Terry and family who ford last week. Mr and Mrs, Adolph Wistendorf, si.ld their place and moved to Ludlow were the guests of Mr. and Mrs A in Jitiuary in search of a location, re turned to this place this week, where Stamphlcy Sunday. they will locate. They bought the store Mr W. T. White has a fine line of belonging to Kev. John Power and millinery. of their friends and old cuswint all .Mr. Irank Wtcuties iHWglit sixteen tomers to come and trade with them. bales of liav from Mr. Nolan, fi.r which The are indeed glad o get back to he paid Pi) cents per bale. old Lincoln. Miss lliev sav that h. J. Young, who lleii7in ltarbara Russell and Miss Marv were the of Miss Malive at Ludlow- - wants to move back to tilda Kocher one guestslast 'week ilav Lincoln and we truly hope that he will. Mr. Kuril Heiucn. Jr.. drove to Pan toi we need all the good people we ville last Saturday on business cm get in old Lincoln. Mis ilarbara Russell was the guest Silas J. Tichenor has been appointed of her sister, Mrs James Oldham on Tuesday. postmaster at Lebanon Junction. We are expecting the wedding I cll to ring Master. Guess who? Phone 2 Penny's Drug Store. "The Rexall Store" Stanford OOMT LEND YOUR MONEY TO ANY MAN WHO COMES ALONG; IF HE WERE WORTHY OF CREDIT ME WOULD COME i Ertry Coaek Scatters Gtrais TO STOPT1IE SPHfUn e( cold. In Id timllf, IUf lha l.r.1 roufhing I jr (.rattan n4 Smoothing lha InlUm.d LronchLU tutxi with Dr. Bell's PINE-TAR-HONEY -i It tlio (n!inil rurftor grrm gniwUw OrannT Mttcilf "H tin t hal ytm'r (oln to do. it'swhal ou dado thit counlf ttruoireu'f-oaul&K.T kV ZoV SJ9LV SFXA tin How many VVftVjS 'sXarljfstV tioMioi.oo. , f.uo -- itoact. Aim I. O. U's have you got that are worth nothing? Put your money in our bank; you'll have more money and at least ONE good friend your BANK ACCOUNT If you want advice, come to us; we always have time to listen. Make OUR bank YOUR bank J. t. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. " Stops falling Hair Hall's Hair Renewer certainly Btops falling hair. No doubt abont it what-evc- r. Yon will surely be satisfied. STANFORD, KENTUCKY 1 a , Confers With Friends A dtspauh from Frankfort to the city papers early in the week said that Governor MeCrcary Monday held a ci'iifermee with his friends relative to the opening of his campaign at next Monday, pril 6. Among those were Judge Mlie W. ounj. of Mt. Sterling, and former Representative Hilly Klair, of Lexing- Win-chcat- ir McCrearv State Bank W. L. McCAItTY, & Trust 0. M 0 L. PENNY, Gapital, $50,000.00. Pre. s. Surplus, $1,160. W (.. prtnt J. 8 KICK, O G jm Make Standing Easy You'll find all the old Cros- sett comfort in the brand new Crossett styles. Snappy models for men. Get your Crossetts quick. i raft11" " i KM. PMRV, n SU.IN. Cashier. SMITH, Read This BY The Texas Wonder ' Kidney cure Monday, April 13th, 1014 cures diabetes, and all irregularities at o'clock P. M in front of the court COMMISSIONER'S SALE of the kidney anil bladder in both house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for men anil women. If not sold by your Mibvrt Florence etc, I'lff vs Notice of Sale ale at public outcry to the highest and itruggist wilt lie sent liy mail on receipt of $1 One small bottle is two Lizzie Florence, etc, Defts. best bidder the following described months' treatment and seldom fails 1'iirsiiaut to a judgment of the Lin- real estate in Lincoln county on Hurri-- 1 to perfect a cure Send for Kentucky coln circuit court, rendered at the Feb. cane Creek, bounded on the west by testimonials, Dr II. W Hall, J93fj ruary 1914 term, the undersigned Olive street, St. Lotus, Sold lit drugJarrctt Johnson, north by Wm. Rice. will on. gists. (AtW east by Howard and Ucnuctt lands, on "TELL THE BELL" 1 south of Bennett and county road containing 134 acres more or less. Purchaser to execute bond with six. per cent Jntercst, due and payable six months from date, with approved se- - curity and lien on property with force I ami effect of judgment. March l!)tli '"'4, E. I) PKNNINGTON. M C. L. C. C. 2J-3- F The Oxford for Easter With Lots . of Style jT &fG NSOveriand Model 79N?! BEST KNOWN CAR IN KENTUCKY AhAVrS We have these in all styles and sizes. rossett SIFOE TRADE MARK $4 ia $6 everywhere LEWIS n.JiSP The OVERLAND $950 Completely Equipped, f. o. b. Toledo. 114-in- 1?een thoroughly tested by Lincoln County owners. You are taking no chances. has always made good-a- sk any man who runs one. SPECIFICATIONS Electric head, side, tail and dash lights. Storrgr battery, 35 horsepower motor. wheel baie. 33x4 Q. D. Tires. Three-quart- er Tjmken and Hyatt rear axle floating Bearingi. Deep upholitery Brewster green body -- Nickel and aluminum trimmings Mohair top, curtains, and boot Cleat-viiion, raln-vlsio- Stewart Speedometer. Electric horn Cowl Dash Finish U doors with Concealed hinge $1075 With electric starter and generator t. o b. Toledo, .i i n Windshield. Phone For Demonstration- Agent Far Li iced Robinson's v North Abiitcton.Mus. A CROSSETT IKC Maker M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford; Kentucky Gunt KKSEII!IXIIZI!!2SwHFr" mm wii Mi iiw TLPJsW" ' " gSqppUw aw? jfe'J 4!?aayig aa " n1 w.f yT'.iggywgAi-- mi' m, ' vw nr 17 nt--, i c.i'r.k.'r ' "w '" tg''rv''Til''''-'';j'',--,j'A',,y- ' ..."! ' J iBaaaaaaM BP uini - P"nft3Wwj ' w.m ' imi iwijibiim m 'TwifWTTi-'- " -- . wyMJ!i mwjtwi ikpim w 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FM1DAY, APRIL 3, 1914 h if How to Detect the Alum Baking Powder "Which are the alum baking powders; how can avoid them unless they are named?" asks a housekeeper. Here is one way: lake the can of a low-- F Pwkf ,n you hnd and read the ingredient clause upon the back label. The law requires that if the powder contains alum that fact must be there stated. If you find one of the ingredients named alum, or sulphate of aluminum, you have found an alum baling pttodcr. 1 .S dead long ago If It had not been for Peruna. Six ycara ago I had la trlpp very bad. The doctor came to ae me every day, but I gradually crew worac. I told my huibnnd I thought I would eurely die If I did not eel relief noon. "One day I picked up th newa- papor end "ecldntRl!y found a will! H ftitk. of a woman who had been Mis M)rtle Murr) iited Misseo cured of crip by I'cruna. I told my Campliell in Daimlle Suiida). huaband I wanted to try It. He went Miss Angle Hunt, of llcrca, is i;it itir-iu-lamg her Mrs l)aiy directly to tho druc atore and cot a bottle of Peruna. I could eee the ImHutu PERSONAL nd SOCIAL Mr and Mrs J V lllankciulitp are Me and Mr, K'ohcrt Collier and provement In n very ahort time nno was oon able to do my work. I conrejoicinu over the arrival of a little Mr Wood 1'itcr motored to Wihnori tinued ulng- - it until I waa entirely iMinda lo viit Mr. Wilder' famil) Sion Micr, is aide Id lie mil afur "ii at tlmt home cured." Or Hatfield, of Oamillc, a plen Mr. .M.1I1111I.1 Mmic h.n liem mck ev.ral Ua)v illness. Mr. Victor Patneaude, 32S Madlnon fur the lal few d.ijs ihd (IrnlKt, iit our town quite ofMr J !' ('iniiinini .mil Mi St,, 'ct Mr and Mr M S IkiiiK'iuian and ten on irnfcsioual limine "TneUa hut the) years Topcka, Kaa, write. ago I had a eeveremttack of la tin, vmit i Cmli Orchard Tlwrli II Mr inotond to Lex- do a he conns nfuiur on Sundays. grippe nnd I never really recovered Mr. Oirrstrrct. of I'.irUulle. n the ington 1liursd.i Ilure will he a licturc at the lltp Mn Man MeKlnne nil' tit church Wednida) night, which my health and strength, but grew tnicst of licr datiKlilir. Mm. h K. arrtie home Satnrda) from Oxford, promie to he iiiiirrlinur and itiMrik weaker every year, until I waa unable to work. iend Dr. M. I) I'arlv. tivt 1) Ke. I'owell, of I.onisi ille Qie nf tlif itati ().Mrlo U'ihmIic I .ulrr ac.itlnn Two yetr ngo I began ualnr PeHale ha riliirncd.nftri linn a lull House tit cliiiri-lt- , pint hi Dan runa It built up my atrcngth o liendlilu eer.il utekt uilli In r s!iir Mi hten mat and couple Mj)iue llolderiu.in ha .illc a of month I'M' I.Min in the eountrv iilmg hir hmther. Ciurlie in Ma)s to gointo work again. ThlaI was ableI l Mn Kale Iiiilicrt. .if Cr.ih winter .Mr Nisiin llriKlit v,c.it:tr h.i lieen Mile for eer.il da) U the Kcit nf Mr. V II HiKHiiis ami had another attack of la grippe, but lo hir home for eieral da) K'ei llainl. of the lre;ichcrMlIc M i'cruna eoon droie it out of my iaiiiu hi account of tllne. I church preached two excellent er tern. My wife and I consider it a Mr. I. V Clark hai returned home Mr. V I'offe). of McKiniiey. i jluirch wiek at after .1 iiit-t- n rtlaltvt's and friends .it in Nmcrct. iiliiiK her p.irint, Mr mon eniiicothe Ilaptiilpreach fortin pen household remedy." over to our lie Those who object to liquid mdl-oln- a I.Mpcr, Ala. and Mr I) S Ilorton. and oilier re (ile ever) fifth Sunday. can now obtain Paruna Tab lata. Carl I). CreceliiK, of Frankfurt has aim. .Mr llanmih Megtr Is ilomg as well Mr Homer Cirm nirr in. I liiilc a c mid he expected and hearing Ijcr ritiuned home after a iit to Mr ami datiKhter, I'leauor Tcvi. of Shelm- - Mtffcrmg with miirh fnrlitude Mr. L I' llird HIGHLAND ille. are the attest of lur 4panm. Mr J. 'rank i"iiiitli and on I'rank Mr, 'icorge Stiilitiion ha hcen Horn, to the wile of Mrs II O I)r and Mr J ( Carpeiuer of Majsvillc, arc the irursn of licr tik 'tveral da) with a neep cold. otiiiK on the JVth, Mr .Itlll Mr I II iw.tr I lie ret i,ni ranis h.ne put a ibtiuhler, Mrs I C He) mild Mr. I.eece wa called to the hiiNide Mop to in of her father Judge Coljir, of Soniir-it- . Kai deu work etc, Mr. and .Mm Ktclurd I locker and SI11II1) iCt), piiit neieral day I.nmilllc uilli Mr .itul Mn llim 111 a critical condition, with rhildnn are the kiioi. of licr moth who Dufer liutt has just finished a nui I.OK.U1 Mr l.oKan has hern ijuite ill little hope of n cowry cr Mr M K. I'liclp at llchinnnd. cottage fur Jim Tailor. llarnids-1'iirj.- ', for wime time C) Mii V Mr and Mr Maud Atkinson, of William Slurp lost nttiiK has opiuid a harhei ha. licrti in the cil tins wnk. thtir hahv of croup "l"ueda). We ex shop in C M. i ouiik's store. Vnr.M..Hl 1MHA..-- J the Kiieit of Mr and Mrs !). T ltruni-met- t. tend )inpathv to them in thtir trim-M- i IIIIIUUCU Mr L It Mcdiiffej ha sold out ol "Kst,lrui Mr and Mr John llurton, of his tarms to Mr. J K. Fletcher loi rfiimmnie the eiiKaKeuient of Mr Carnetl. itf Cave Cit). ha re Mr flilhe Cuorgc Holdman ha $l.tKJU .Miller, of heen earning the rura! mail for some tin tied homo aflir a iit to her daugh- their on. C'h.irle to Mi Mr. A K. IIuk.iii sold his farm to ter Mr J Iticr and win, p'red l.nr. Aiiputj, Kana. the wedding to lie time a Mr Milt Condor is sick Mr . I.. Juhnstiu, ol iiiufi" Cit), Tenn on the eeulh ol pril Mr Migall remain ahout the ame lor .i.'joo. nrtt. (!. K I.utcs. of Mauford. Kv. mIhi Maurice lVrkm wtnt to Cincinnati Mrs 1. (J II.iukIi ha him on tin Celebrated SSth Birthday ha I ecu here IodViiik for a location Ttiemh) to la in a full Mippl) of uk lit for several i'.ijs. On the JVth.of Manh a crowd ofr miiiic ten das left this .iitcrtioii tiling for the eaoii' wear Mr John Nosers 1m, iuilid tin Mill for lionit- Miiiimc Mr anil I'.luahetli llr uill return uilh Ilia ncriied a mes- pruiert and mmtd his IhIoiikiuk to Mr. Kate famil) in ihe fall to make Orange clrlir itcd her 55th hfrthday The all sage Ironi Mr Higgm of Stanford it jesterdai This m.Ii he quite a reHe hroiiKht vine Hue cakes ami hail a that hi mother was graduall) growing lief to his mind as he Ins heen trwnn , coiiutv hi home Orlando, portcr-Sia- r tune, iliiruit; the da) ) he at once wtnt down to tinil a location eer since the rtctnt rinnI Tlnie wcakir nrernt wre. Mr and Mr 0cu "tint Hett" a he wa familiarl) fin huruiiiK htm out Clatuich, Mr and Mr Mehin Cald- c.illid ha m.in warm friends here, Mr I'lliott, fornieily. of Casex coun-twell, Mr and Mr Leu Minnie. Mr who dteid) rttrct to hear tin mIio has htm Iimiik near here on Will IlaMin. Mr and Mr Willie Mr llurcli II11clMi1.ur, of Louisville lluck Creek has nioied hack to hi old 'hm'llii Mr Fred Tow 11011. Mis wa with hi mothir lure thi wctk honf place near lluitiphrej. Mamie Uiirlim, Mr Clarence Cald- lie has mane warm friends here who numher of jouiik people of Mt Headaches Biliousness l well to see him. Mii CrjM.il Cahlttcll, Mi are alwa) M.oriah and Highland, attmded tin Comllpatlon Indigestion Mrlle Itastui. Mr Wallace Matm. Mr rch McKuinc). .'r. of L011U-1II- close of I'rof T I) Mcllec's sinnuv Sold for 60 cirs. Mr iril June. Mr I'Ncrctt ThompKited hi aunt, Mr Jane llucli-aua- n tt I'lea'.uu Point SiiiicMv. W.n."5i' son, Mr iul) Gooch, Al Your Doilor. Sunday Mr Joseph Ilorton amf Mrs II F The telephone companv has certain , Hoiton pent tun Mciks or more Mith l ruimd the irns on Stanford trcct iheir rilatms in l.ouisille and Xew Of .course cutting them almost aw a) Mhanj hould not he allow id to inthe tree Mrs. I.illie Sexton and Mis Mcliss terfere with the wire, hut it is a Hale are miiiiij rtlatties near liar shame for the town to allow them to rodshurg. take av1.11 atl the shade from u. and Mr and Mrs. Walter llauult am' ruin the look of the streits m this Mi Minnie Wall, of Dam Ille. Mire manner 'ie unests of F ti Itjuyh this week Mr Katliiif H ill ha returmd fm t he ve-- i S'l.WIS Cahl.scc. Uimasns. and lrg'in titend cour. I xeyetahle plant. All kind II Flout sold a toimc horse lo all Kind of nf potted and cut f loners, and htilhs. I. II. Hint for $50 2i-lId Hul hard. Stanford (Dulcti Hoy Pntntcr Trede Mar'O MASON'S GAP NEAL'S CREEK Flic farmers here are ahout through and pure liriecrxl oil. This pure , sowing tobacco bids. Mrs Duruard Murium, nf Mr. and Mrs. John Hooker wen lead and ( '1 p every ,,is tf Me hir lather. Dink Farmer ami f.iimb and her sutcr Miss visiting Mrs. Annie Hooker of this crevicx and crips into wood pores. place Simda) dene Hutchinson last Meek. expands and contracts with the Mis Mrtle U.inj;liiit is isitiiiR Mr W. F Wilson has bun spuid her cousin, Misses Bessie and Iiffie mg a few (lavs with hi daughter, Mrs wood and does not crack. W j. Kirkpatrtck. Dautthert) of Mason's (iji Mr Lcc Circnt is out ajjain alter n Mrt Albert Sknhnore has returned Save money by painting well and In Xicholasville afltr spending a few leiiKth) illness. Mr, Jess Parmer, was at I'liasant das with homefolk--hcr- e in time. Mrs Harney Davis and Mr. H. C Point Sunday. Come In anj Ul it ffgu-- e on your paint. Incidentally, Mr Kklianl Dauchirt) ha rtturn-ei- l Hurst have hten visiting Mr. J. ll s aec uur Owner I'aint Ouide. It full of color ugca-UuoWildir. of (.rem rivir to Somerstt and paint (acta. Mr Aliurt Sknhnore, of Mason's Mie Kirkpatrtik entertained h dap. is at Xicholaswlle- - on husinis. number of their friend Sunday afterDattghcrt) noon. Thoe prisint were Misse l.iz Catherine Utile Mis spent seieral dais ith lur sistir, Mrs fie Davis, Florence Ilurk. Mr. Willie Miracle, J.ime- - Davis and Groiir Mir-tclt harlei l)uim;in at ll'lilntul. Missis l'.Nie and ll..rrttt biiinlcton. Mr. Walter Divis, of Pulaski conn f U.uiicsliiirk'. was the Kcts of Miss tv has letn visiting fnemU and rela Osa hariiter and other friends. The McdduiK hells are koiiib to ring live in re Mis Hessic Wall of McKinncj, has ou will he surprised at this place. BSSSL aaBSSSHL SSSLFlSBBSsfl when Inn visiting Mrs W. M. Atkins, of oti hear tin in rniK. sw sssK vLLH WaMiec llr.tt.kctt. of Stanford, Mas this place. l ssV Several of the voimg folk of this iut to dd Farmer' Sundai. John Din ton Mas at Souk r set one dace have hien attending the debate 1 ila last wctk on hiiiness. it Jumbo. Mrs Frank Davii wa viiting Mrs Kev drcer filltd Ins' regular apW. M tkuis Siuulav afternoon. pointment at this place Suml.iv. Mr and Mrs Hubert Ramsey, of Stanford, Mere out to sic hir home folks Sumh) DREAD Mis (letter Kirk of Maon's fiap. was down to sic Miss Osa Farmer Tucsda) . i e, teetl-monl- al 1'm-vl.i- ) another and a better way. You don t have to know the names of the alum powders. Use Royal Baking Powder only; that assures you a cream of tartar powder, and the purest and most healthful baking powder beyond question. There CRAB ORCHAKO Our menhani are cleaniiiK up and KcttltiK rid of all their old Kod lire paratory to putting in fresh spring and summer good. lhc will do their xery hist to phase )ou hoth in ipialily and price, treat you fair, deal with 3 mi sipiarei), uiic )ou the hest to he found nnywlfre, o tin )ear don t take )oiir mone) away from home to get the cry atnc article )ou can huy here at just a reas'inahlc a price. I'atroillre home interests I'atronirc our pleu did mill which urn out the cry hest grade of flour and meal Ncmctnlur home Mtronnge helps httihl up our town. While spending )oti money in other town, help tear down )our own home ami hiuhl up home in other town. Tim much of tin work ha alwa) Ik in done for Crah Orchards advancenunt. Mr Charlie Singktoii wa at home from Ashwlliv N C, where he ha hcen working for vnnc month. While here he liought evcrul nice hore lo take li.uk with him. Mrs Sam Tatim went to l.ouillle Monday to lay in, hir spring and summer millinery Mts Nanc) A McChire is at home after ptnding the winter with a daughter, near l.oiiiille. Mr Otl New land, Sr,, from Muni-sidMitcil In children near here tin Wt(k Mr and Mr L I,. Saudtr wtnt to I.eMiiKton Siinda) to iit a hrother, FOR THE GRIP Parana la Sometimes Used With Goqd Result A irrcat many people ue Peru na for the rrlp. Home on It a oon a the crip heglni, taking It during-- the acut e, etag of the clalmlnt; for It ercat effdli-enn- "TIZ" FIXES TIRED SORE, SWOLLEN FEET feet. orc fcit, littrniiiK olleit feet, sweaty feet, smelling fct, tired feet. Good h)C corn, callottc, htmion and raw .hi(. No more shoe tijdit-he- ( no more limping Midi pain or drawing up wiur face m agnni U'V." is magical, right act off "11." draw out all the poKou on cxiiuatinn which miff un the .. .r .... ..., . c torgct' otir 'a icci l ami loot nuser Mi' how comfortable jour feet feel hct a 25 cent liox of "'11." now at an druggist or department Don't iiffcr, H.ic good fcit, tore glad feet, feel that never cwcll, mer hurt, neer g(t tirtl A jcar'n fimt comfort guaranteed or monc) refunded iooiI h)c Mo ncy ability to select clothes which become you, you could spend every cent you own and stri 11 be poorly dressed. Only the finest type of service backed by the finest type of clothes, can put a smart nnd becoming garment on your back. Collegian Clothes and" expert service 7M74 ir-- A stand shoulder to dj nvvw Xwls2 wiv jj air ua gjm snouiaer in our f ift ;jn. aa 3 " ...aSBSs icacy In shorteni- result. Mr. Jane Olft, R. p. D. 1. Athena, Ohio, whoe portrait appear above, write: "I think I would hav bean and especially In Gift, the ahortenlnf after ! .Many people tnko It after they hav had the grip. Their comaleicence I alow. They have Buffered alonr for a month or two, without any alrn of complete recovery. Then they reeort to remna a a tonic, with splendid Mr. Jan ng; the dlaeaae, ii. but it has its limitations. With plenty of it, but lacking the Money is convenient Mr u(ir 1 lat Iliniii.is dain ha aeiepttd a j .i lion at Hedford. Ind. Harrj Harris i in Chicago, III He will go from there to Detroit, Mull. t Will ilain Mith friend at Ciiv ingtou, Mm Hbneh Keel of Xipton. .u imn- tie gttft if Mrs. D r Thoma ('ornunit has rtturiicil hone from l.oti'nlle, I) ( (.oilier and ton, John Collur. f Xepton. were the guest of home-fd- k jiitmlai Mr. II..,. r.l C.,11... au'l I. ...I. I.... ....- IIWIiliili iioi.nin v'niif.1 of Vtttelieter were the guests of her nolhtr. Mrs James, Lst witk rclt Smith i the gueu of hi i tir, Mr W W. Steictn, :it Il'ghland Mr ntnl Mr P I.. Cummin, ha' c d lo their home al Pari, af'er a pleiKant vmt with friind here Will llirri and fantili luxe moie.I lert from lunrlion Cut I, C Hall. Ir. of Coxingtoti, was tin 'tiest of hi mother. Mr Dau Colhtr 0-ll- Lotitvtlle ROWLAND Ida Munda) viiltd .Simd.1). rilalue lit ml i V S tijpMiir Wm Meek'. Or.-li.in- y. lltii-tninil- lc Mr and Mr C, C. Hehlm art the i.hest of In father. Mr Xathan lltl dfii Mr S F Carter i the guest of her on. jimniie carter at Walnut Flat Mis Katherine Cormitu is islting her mitt, Mr Silctcr Tlmin.ison. at Paint Lick Mi and Mr. J J. ridden, of Xcal' fruk. were the guest of Ins sister, Mrs George Mitiuli, a few da) ago ... ...! .. Kin tnrfiM Ml. ..... ...... .... tint:. lio.n .vj iivn i.vx... nit is littler at this writing .Mr ind .Mr. Will Perkins wsitul Mrs. Joe Hoirie at Walnut Pint S.it uril.i). ,,M-- Cm. Mrs I.uthtr Nohcrt h.i rctiiiuel ironi a u'sit with Hativc at Jiuiilion store. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Stanford, BROMI-E- Ky., March 3, JnM. it BROMLEY, Agents Ky Stanford, GENTLEMEN: Your check, for claim filed with jou a few days :iko received, for which accipt my thanks. This is the second claim J have liad on my accident and health policy since taking ame with you less than a year ago, and both tunes you have been very prompt and fair in jour settle-min- t. Any time I can say a Rood word for vou jou can count on me, as anyone taking a policy with jou will find that it is exactly as represented by ycu and a good ne Wry trulv vours. K. K. HORTON. BLUE LICK Mrs I n d last last Tnesdav Mrs. Katherine dor. Mrs M.irj Tn hger, Mrs Maggie 'Von Grucnigan. visited Mi. G. W Hastv last Tluirs r Mirtle visited her sister, Mrs (, W W. N. Daugiierty and daughttr ), Ayer's Pills gl-u- Let your Taste Govern the Color of your house but f5K3 for the paint stick to 1. G Dauglicrtv spent the with hi sister, last Frida.v. who has hcen (putc iik. hut i impVovmg lowlv at this writing very Air David Daughcrty and wife pmt Saturdav with her daughter. Mrs Her ry. Mr Allen Haty visited his uncle G W Haty last Sundav. Mr J C McClary will preach at Illite l.icl: Haptit church on Sunda afterm on, April the fifth. We are glad to have Mr Sam Holt? claw with us last Sunday and hope In will cill again William Hasty and wife, went to Highland to see her daughter. Mrs John Green last Sunday Little Marie Lay has pink eve verv badly. FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY "Opportunity seeks the man with ready money. - Prepare for his coming by opening an ac- MW Anchor White Lead iit covers il'fe HERE IS WHAT The People's tise What YOU WANT Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell count Dan-Mlu- II'UI J W Stewart to paint ymu .oof He will charge you ill cent :i smiare. 27-4- fs at this strong Bank." TODAY It kind and the riyht Mueller. Watches, Jewelry etc., the right prices. W. H 23-t- f i. Insure vour urouertv wi'li Bromlev Bromlev. Stanford Kv. 1 V'sB SPOTTl.D mirror i an eyesore ti mat and well appointed room, it not servictahle I make mirror and re tlie Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. iBl isl eliau wall paper, painted walls, car pits, picture frame, oil paintings, F I.. Slepp. Phone 55, Stanford, Ky. its' P. () Ho 27-l- silver old ones, work guaranteed. I p 'JLF WAX IT D Information of John t'eudliton and wife Sarah Hanks Per dletoii, lived in county 1828, any tie Cendant please communicate with T stsLYBsVaAJat 1 bprinjs Hotel, Crab Orchard, Pendleton Cummins. Crab Orchard Kv 27-1 Spring Bargains LADIES' SUITS up-to-date RON? styles. Made in them at from $8.98 to $18.98. We will sell LADIES' SKIRTS Swell and pretty, peg top skirts, in checks and plaids, from $3.00 to $4.98. Blue Crepe skirts in different styles, from $3.50 to $5.98. fir All wool serge skirts, all colors, $2.25 to $4.98. LADIES' DRESSES voil dresses, from $1.98 to $8.98. Come in anJ let ui kII you Well made white embroidery, crepe and cuiuili and d'tuti. Bargain Store SALEM Women complaints often prove to e ti( thing else hut kidney troubles, or the result of kidney or hladder disease. If the kuliujs are not in a health) condition, the) may catic tlie other or ij.ins tn liecomc disejsid. You may suffer a great deal Mith jiain in the hick, btaritig down feelings, headache and loss of ambition. foor health makes )ou nervous, irritable and may he deKnilcnt; it makes any one so. Hut hundreds of wotttm claim that Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Hooh) restoring health to the kiilnes, proved to be lust the rentedy needed to overcosn-suc- h conditions. A good kidney medicine, ixissessiug real healing and curative value, should he a Messing o thousands of nervous, women, Many send for a sample bottle to rc ha,t Swamp-Roothe great Kidney, I.iier and Hladder Kemcdy will do for them F.icr reader of this r. who has not already tried it, by enclosing ten cent to Dr. Kilmer & Co, lliiiphamlnn, X. Y., may receive sample sue Imttle hi- - Parcel Post You can purchase the regular fifty-ceand size liottles at all drug t, )er-worke- d t, pa-wone-doll- utier upect U. WOMEN READERS OF THIS PAPER Thousands upon thousand, of w omen If.wc kiduc) or hladder trouble and IMPORTANT TO it. mmmmr vent rating frost by making your blood rich, pure and active to preand rheumatism. Prepare to enjoy its exhila- 1m al at jtloatlou, aa titer cjnnot riaiti ths irlkii r llie ear. Tb re l cnljr one war tu cure diafnfi, ami tliat U hy U tau?tl bjr an luUauit'il riuietllf. Ik'ufm iiinilltlou ft tin minimi lining nf the Kuttaitilan la tullnniiil yuil liaTa a Tuht'. Mhfil thla till rumtilliir oounO or liaiiertiYt bearing ami whru It l tnllrrlr rluMd mutn'a U tin' riault. amt unleai the iiillainhiathm can bo takin nut ami mar-lu- x I lila tiihtf rtamrisl to lla normal will le dealmji'U rorerer: nine rawa nut vt ten are eauiMi br t'atarrti. nbleb la nothing but au Inflameil eumlltion of the numiii eiirfana. We trill lv One Ilundnsl IMIara for anrtax) of mafiiea (oaut'! br catarrh) that eannot bo rurtsl br Hall' Catarrh Cure. Hind tor clrcu lara, frre, V. J CIIKNEY & CO, Toledo, O. hold br DruggUM, 73c. Tale llall'a faniilr l'iUa for coDilli(tlon. Deafness Cannot Be Cured br The ideal car for a progressive business man; it brings the farm close to town. The car that is worth all you pay for it as a business proposition, with the luxury and pleasure thrown in. The car that gives its owner no regrets for the amount of money he paid for it. The car that is sold in larger numbers than any car in the world. There is a reason for it. Be wise and profit by others' experience. When you want a car, buy a Ford. Mccarty & anderson, Agem. for Lincoln and Casey Counties. colds, grippe Good blood prevents sickness and Scott's Vnuibnwill energize your blood and create reserve strength to endure changing seasons. Scott's Emulsion is not an experiment but hasserved humanity faithfully for forty years; it contains the purest cod liver oil free from alcohol or stupefying drugs. Scott's Emulsion is nature's r and furnishes greatest the elements necessary for body warmth, rich blood and healthy circulation. Shun alcoholic iub$t!luti and demand blood-make- USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EAS- E ovvder to he kluken The antiseptic into the alloc. If you want rest and swollen, comfort for tired, achiiiKi It sweating feet, use Atlina Foot-Fas- c relieves com and bunions of all pain and prevtuu blisters, sore ami callous spots. Just the time for Dancinit 1 arties, Patent Leather Shoes, and for HreakuiK in new shoes. It is the greatest comfort discovery of the ajji' Trv it today Sold everywhere, 25c Don't accept any substitute. Fur FKFK trial hV;iui address Allen S. Olmsted, Li) Itoy N GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winter's discomfort. WINTER fOUmST FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA INCLUDING I cim, nturaigia, liackacne. iirauuiia toana - m 1 all paloi. Your nioarr batk It II (all; LskIt lul In Aiaia aor tcli lima.aor fart of ilia I uilnulra . TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, "LAND OF THE SKY.' STOP-OVE- R . PANAMA AND i S4tCatMtlaSt.. lra BOURMN aw, At ail vrugouiu Map! aad UkmU. m.I a luuefU REMEDY COMPANY. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. ATTRACTIVE EQUIPMENT, H. C. KING, LONd RETURN LIMIT. Ltilntto. Ky., the gtnuin 1101 iif 'snxsaammmmm AT ANY DRUG STORE Scott' Emulsion 1WJ PRIV1LE0ES. SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any TicLct Agent or vrtltc Pwwnjtr ind Ticket Agent. 101 Eut Main St. Ltxlngton, Ky. mamammsmsjtmmmmsmmsrmmswmsmmsmmsmsmmmmsmmm f -- "H'lf Hipwi pi,,1' THK INTERIOR JOURNAL STANfORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914 .- jk r imSioknmmm Looeen Ilia dftmmeil-u- p bile. Keep It Mar Arple looeo with lh old tlroe-lrlRoot, (PMSopaylKii ) Podophtllln with tbe pip Ukaa out it called Omleelo.iT er Klh? We tran.errM Netnre's law lh Llrrr' elrlken, tnn wa omit or urflecl until we tcht or sicken. Mtl fn ? t a inn f WlflllllWHIVill Remarkable Introductory Offer! For This Visit Only $5.00 EYE GLASSES AT 51.00 A PAIR For This Vi.it Only FARM AND STOCK i NEWS 1 IMeae return the Mretclicrs jou bor. 2f I ti T. lVncc Sam lloltzclaw, out on McUurc Route, liotiKlit a Imncli of slioats of T V. Jones at eislit cents per pound and HAY FOR S U.Ii. Timothy d at mixed ha) h) the wagon or 27-- 1 F. Kcid'a farm, near Stanford. J. 11. Flo) (I of near Highland sold a young liorsc to J. II Uutt, of High-lau- d for $50 V M. Scott, of the lice Lick section, IioukIu a cow of John vin llrowi of Ouail for $50 .Mitchell l'a)lor, of Uamillc. sold a pair of work limits to Joseph Mediums of Ho)lc count) for J4(K). Henry llros, of Nicholas county, hac sold to Walker Stone and V W RtKK. of Moorfield, of the same county, a tine jack for IfStV. Urood and work mare FOR SALE and work horses; two dic harrows and A W Carone smoothing harrow penter. Morcland, Ky hand, full leather A GOOD second extension top, rubber tired Pal'ortc, s' carriage at a bargain at W 11 The. Duplex Optical Co., of St. Louis, Wishes to Announce That Their Specialist and His Assistant will be at roel car-loa- St Asaph Hotel, glasses at$l a pair is simply to introduce these famous Duplex Lenses. Duplex Lenses have met with great success leading citiei of the United State, and are meeting with the lame teiultt they ate introduced. where-ev- STANFORD, KENTUCKY AND EVERY 90 DAYS THEREAFTER. April 9, lO, 11 OUR SPECIALIST and his assistants havo had We would suggest therefore that you call on them. ! OUR OBJECT In making this remarkable offer of $5 s years of exporionco und you may roly on thorn absolutely, Wo will bo ploasod to examine all those who have eye trouble or wear glasses ABSOLUTELY: FREE of people who are now wearing them in all the er 25-l?- s. Hig-gin- iO-- 1 J Junction City. James Sallee. of Ito.We county, the mule dealer, of Damillc, has liouglit from Monte Fox, a pair of work mules for $45 V. L. Graham, of Cardwell, Mercer county, shipped two jacks to Fairland Intl., last week, receiving SI.IXIO for one and $600 for the other MR. FRMrR.-Y- ou want some good seed corn that is sure to germinate and make the most bushels. If )ou do, call on V P. While, out on the Stanford and Preachers ille pike or Leecc & Collier Crab Orchard. F George Chapman sold to Joseph F.mal, of Winchester, 193 acres of land situated near Wilmorc for $125 pet acre. Mr Chapman purchased from Fisher Hro, their farm near Wilmorc kmwn as "Old Kentucky Home," for $135 per acre. The tract contains about 300 acres, Joseph Wallace sold to Thomas Itruner 160 acres of land on Hickman Creek at $50 per acre. The public sale of C It Shotwc!! of near crailles Tuesday consisting of stock and farming implements, was attended li a large crowd. The following prices were realized; fie-- ) ear-ol- d horse sld for $140: d jv'ding at ?110; driving marc. 567; calves from $18 to $30; cow, $45; corn, $405 to $475 a barrel; Rhode Island Red chickens, $650 to 7 a dozen; geese, 70 cents a piece 13-- tf well-know- n 26-2three-year-ol- SALE Baled timothy hay, and seed oats, A. V Carpenter, Morcland, Ky I'hones Hustonvtllc or FOR fceo rn By liArrMMMM ONE OF THE BAD ONES Duplex Lenses Will Positively Relieve the Following Ailments: Headaches Cross Eyes Astigmatism Dizziness Itching Eyes Watery Eyes SJJ Our f:m52Z&FK II WN V Floating Spots Before the Eyes Granulated Lids REMEMBER TTfZ Wort is OuiTMteed for Five Tens. DON'T FORGET THE DATE Thursday, Friday Mi Saturday, APRIL 9, 10 AND 11 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 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 Uiflce Hour, from H.'AO A. 51. o ti 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 A. C. Coftcy, a prominent oung of McKinney, sold eight J25 pound BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels off, and is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but Silver Seal Paints Finishes, Stains and Varnishes "4 And they will cost you 250 less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today and wc will send you our FAINT HUUK. fret. It gives prices and , outer valuable information. Kentucky Paint MV& Company, A (Incorporated) 313 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE. KY. hogs to D C. Allen, a stock dealer, of Hustonulle, at eight cents per xund. Wallace Coulter, of the Rolling Fork section, sold an extra good marc mule to a party of Danwlle for $J00. Lcs Sloan, the popular cimg horse dealer near Hubble, iHiuglit a crack 7- -j car-olharness gelding from liowen tax, of Danwlle, this week at a stiff price. Mr. Sloan has just sold a bunch ol mixed cahes to banders and Rogers, of near Hubble, at $26 a head. H D. Hanger, W C. Iknnett, and T D. Chcnault, of Richmond, sold to C S Bunt, of Paris 12,000 bushels of blue gi:si seed at SO cents a bushel. Tiie tail was of course seasoned, but tilt p'lie is a little lower than has pcailed for some time. However this large a quantity runs up into money quickly, the deal bringing nearly $10X00. Mode Nicoll, a prominent horseman, of Lexington, was here tins week with Mack Hughes, of Danville, looking for lome government hordes hut was ttiuble to find an to suit him on his hurried visit heic. At Danville he bought a five-- ) eai old walk-tro- t from mare Lunsford Yandell for $300; from the filly same party he got a for army use for $100 and paid Bob liettis $200 for an extra niqe walk-trhorse. Mr. Hughes is in the market for government horses from two to seven vcars old and will probably be in Stanford again on court day, looking for some. d -eight-jear-old SRlBRlimlthai CMMdlyCtnii Otrmi f.l uni.r th kla or in a broken nir4 fnace. and ll uIkrm. rid of Put or plmplM follow. ' ior. hcaU. oa atu u4 hnltfcr unta utnr.and Vpa thim la clsas. rune a&d'hkaLino. V aeon tfntror. Antiseptic Salve tbM nrau "Tall H Br Tfca BolT L-- M. BELL'S TO TH FAKMHRb We are in the wool business for the firm of Springfield Woolen Milt Company, Springfield. Tenu, and will pay of highest prices for same. We want jour trade Sec us before jou sell. 1. D. Eads &. Son, Alfred, Stanford, Ky. well-know- n Glen Brook A HIGH GRADE STALLION COMMISSIONER'S SALE G. A. Alford etc., IMff. Notice of Sale vs A, J. Alford. etc., Defts. Pursuant to a judgment of the Lin-occircuit court entered at this February 1914 term the undersigned com missioner will on Monday, April 13, 1914 at 1 o'clock P. M. in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the following described real estate in Lincoln county, Ky., on waters of Green ln My high bred fic-- ) car-ol- d Chestnut Sorrel Stallion will make the Season of 1914 at my barn on the old fair grounds at Hustonville, Ky. He is 16 hands high weight 1,200 pounds. He will serve a limited number of mares at $15 to insure a living colt, season due when mare is parted with, or leaving the county. This stallion is by Ashland Brook and out of standard bred trotting mare. He lias proven to be a great breeder, having his colts to show for him. His colts are all sad dle colts, with good st)!e and action. Call and see a good horse before breeding time comes. I will also stand the great mule jack liin Reed, the well known mule jack by the old jack of Jim Reed's. Having sold Ins colts at $100 at weaning time and is a fine breeder, having colts to show for him here. He has a targe bone and Ins colts have good bone and stjle. He will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. Money due when marc is parted with or left the county. B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, Ky. PRINCE BEAU NAB0TH Wc will stand our tine saddle and harness stallion. Prince ileati NjIhmIi, by Ileati Naboth, by old Nalxith. at our farm, known as the Tmn lloone place on the Ottcnhcim pike at $9 to Insure a Living Colt Princ; Iteau Naboth i a hnndiome 10 haiuU high, bay, - ear-oldark of great stvlc and action and perfect dioition Money for season due when mare is trailed or parted with or bred elsewhere. Care takm to prevent ac:idMit, but not responsible should anv occur THE GREAT JACK BEECHER Wc will also stand the great mule jaek Ilcccher, at 58 to insure a living colt. Ileecher is 11 ears old and is black with white points, sired by Joe Illackburn, he by Second Prince and he by unorted Prince from Spain. First dam Carun.i Tavlor. second dam Neomij, third dam Ellen 111) the, fourth dam the Bennett jennet. Money due when mare is traded or parted with or bred elsewhere. Care tak;u to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. T. M. BOONE, R. D. 1, Stanford, Ky 5d, M Stock Goods, Milt and Home for Sale will sell private!) my house and three acres of land, all necestry out buildings, etc, also my stock of gener al merchandise, invoicing from $l,tt to $2.0W(, everything clean and nice-loc-ated at Milledgcville, K). Will aU sell my little grist mill with first class power gasoline engine This is a nice business for an) cue and will pay toil to investigate Lafe Morgan, 24-- 3 R F. 1) 2. Morcland, Ky. I 1IMOTHY HAY FOR SALE Ity weight or kite, a few tons of extra nice, bright, clean tunctthy hay, the kind ou like to teed your horses. Wc also have on hand at all times, Corn, Oats, both for feed and seed feed, miriioses; Ship Stuff, Chicken Flour, Meat and Coal. TVny order sou may give us will be promptly filled anil appreciated D. 24-- 8 V. KENNEDY Stanford Ky. & CO., Pony Rig Season Is On Hand Now Orders are coming in to be made special styles, etc. We are headquarters' tor fancy rigs. Come and have one made to fit your child and pony. Will measure your pony and have a set of harness to fit also W. H. Higgins JIM REED River: 1st. Three-quarter- s acre of an !x untied generally on the north by J no. Walls on the west by J. D. Yocum on TO THE PUBLIC largest and best clothing house in this coun-Ed V. Price & Co. Chicago, 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of )our clothes, gives me the advantage over one who will is not a practical tailor. If von give me voui order I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of our money, either in the cheaper grades or the higher priced. My spring line of samples are r.ow ready for )our inspection. Call and let me show )ou. H. C. RUPLEY. The Practical Tailor. I represent the made-to-ordrr m Watch for Our Specials SATURDAY You can't afford to miss it L.L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Prepare Horses for Work After a truon of comparative IdlenMf a rtiUbU tonic It necetaary to put them into condition. aLLa &T laTar I rs Bay, hone; star; both hind ankles white; eight yeara old; 16 bands SIRE. Preston 922 by Washington S4, by Cromwell 73 by Waih-ingto- n Denmark 64. DAM. Baby Pence by Enoch Arden. 2d dam. Ladv Pence by AN raont Foreat (2863); 3d dam, Dauglnof of Garrard Chief,(2253J 1th dam daughter Borie's Gray Eagle. 175 TO INSURE A LIVIN0 COLT I have facilities for caring for mares tent to me from a distance and will furnlih good grass and the best of ptrional attention. In all cases a lien will be retained on foal for service fee, according to law. Feet become immediately due and insurance it forfeited if mares are removed from state or brol to another borse Care taken tu prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. a juu iuui.uwu ui an my nvrtes ana win euarantee latiiiae. tion in all my dealing. He will stand at Nunneltcy'i Stock Pens, Stanford. Kentucky. Carroll Preston 4383 the east by turnpike, 2nd. Nineteen acres bounded generally on the north by A. J. Alford on the east by County road on the west by railroad on south by Chas. Sluder. Said parcels to he sold separately. Purchaser to execute bond, due in six months, with interest at 6 per cent per annum until paid, with approved surety, a lien retained on land, notice having force and effect of a judgment, March 19lh 1914. K. I). PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C G. D. Florence Atty for Plff. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer 2J-3- F rkgt. tie, 60c, St. 00; ti 14. poll $SM will do thla quicker. betUr and mor economically than any other method. It acta dlrertly on the orirana vital to health, helpe diaMtlon and puriflea the tilood. Uprlng colta and rearllnve need It too. ( rhlk-kr- p yuur lien, Insure targe ami bvelthy bruMj healthy tad pruuurtive with frail I'uellry HeauUlvr. Ilia. M. ItWuMHibatJtutM.luuIwi Pratt. 5axPk.,X,ll.W,Jt,lb.viUU Both OiattS W Aniaial Regulator "PILE OF STYLE" CLOTHING FOR MEN The Kin! Tkit SartUlactloa Guarmatecd or Money Back Lnk Well aid Wear Well. Se COME IN AND TRY THEM ON. For sale by New Stanford Orug !'. I.. Davis & Co., Stanford, Kentucky. 4043. SUITS FROM $10 TO $20 Sou, Stanford, Kentucky. W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. 4 W. O. WALKER 1 water and prevent cholera, diarrhoea and otber chick dlaeasc. One He bottle siakca I! gallon, of SBedlclne At all Jruuitata. Simple asd booklet ooT'UI-caaol Vowla" teat FRKK. lewfcM Mmtii C. Ttitiena,!; r CUM down a cblck'a tbroat cures Sapea, A few drop. In the curea ONE R0P nmmn rwuiv Feed and Field Seeds Fall ui Ceapltte We are (laa Stacks. te receive year enters. J.L.Beazley&CoJ. C. McClary 1 - MkM M M FW54. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER FvritMurt MaHiMfl, H. GEO.Slmnfti, FARRIS, KeMtittcky Dkra k fftj tssMf If 9m. Fwfti- - UNDERTAKER ANN .fie PImm 117. Mm EMIAtMM Mtfas H, ., PHfNE 41 STANf IRf . KY. TANFtUt, KENTUCKY.