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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, First Section TUESDAYS P. M. AND FRIDAYS LONDON BANK CLOSED BY CONTROLLER OF CURRENCY APRIL 7, 1914 3T TRANSFER MADE OF STANFORD POSTOFFICE C. Florence Hands Over Keys to RETIRING POSTMASTER jamts "Tvj slHEi Mlit Miry Bruce After Sixteen Yean of Service After sixteen years of faithful and w. r, ate f handed oer the key to Miss Hstmistrcss, Mar) Bruce, the new Iflorcncc, a Mr Sunday morning. nomination withholding paign staunch republican succeeded Col Juo. at least some of the re- six miles from Stanford, Rural for United Stitcs Senator, He was inV. iotil as Mstiiusicr, soon after Mc vet ties needed for the continuance of Route No, J, last Friday evening troduced by Hon. W. W. Stcphinson, Kiniey hi came prcsidin:lniost twenty an uitivc campaign. Shortly afterwards he was found lywho told how he had been betrayed years ago, anil has served under sue A Louisville" paper in discussing the ing dead near his bec hives. demcccdmg presidents since that time, Notand sold out by four same subject said that the opponents of Rev. J. G. liosshart, minister of the politics, withstanding differences in ocratic members of the legislature in Mr. Beckham were J. C. Florence coming to the con- Grucnhcim German Reformed church, 1908 when llradley, was sent lo the democratic, pa practically all of the clusion that It was useless to attempt of which Mr Siimi was a member, says irons of the local off tic, will unite with STOLE THREE GALLONS BOOZE Smale. Gov Hcikham made u fine ti, fight Beckham with Stanley, and that he never knew a more consecratspeech, delighting his hearers, who further republican friends in saying 'to their said that while no effort might ed Christian citizen and gentleman Mr. Florence "Well done, thou good Burglar Breaks Open Door to Ware- frequently applauded his rcnyirks, Ev- be made lo induce him to withdraw, A. B. Florence than Mr. Sumi, and that the manner of eryone conceded that he had greatly and faithful servant." And similar house at Traylor Distillery ami dial he might continue a candidate his leaving this earthly sphere was an strengthened himself in Mercer county. sentiment will he expressed of the WILLIAM Z. CARPENTER DEAD until the .close of the campaign, the inspiration and a hope to all. He says Predictions are freely made by the support given work of his son, A. B. Florence, who Rcxrt was made to Deputy Internal at the opening of the that Mr, Sum! knew his cud was aphas been his assistant practically all Kcvcnuc Collector, Rowan Sauflcy Sat knowing politicians of that county that campaign would be found lo n A Citizen of the West have melt, proaching fast; he seemed to sec the of the time, End Passe Away urday that burglars had entered the he will carry the county by about 400 cd away at the close. It is scarcely to coming of the Death Angel, and turnDemocrats have lumbered for a sight warehouse of the old Traylor distillery or 500 majority. County Judge I.ee be expelled that Mr. Stanley jVvoiild ing to his aged wife, who is also veryWilliam 7.. Carpenter, one of of a democratic utiiialcr for many on Dix River, five miles north of Curry told an I. J, man that Beckham concede the os$ihility of any such low and at the point of death at their citizens, of the West Km! loiiKi weary years, and they will be Stanford some time Friday night, and will carry the CDirly by 500 majority eventuality, and that in denying it, he home he told her that he hoped she died at Hiistonvillc at the home of and another official said that the only would use amply rewarded for the next four years that three gallon.-- , of whisky were miss-interms as strong as possible. would follow him soon. Mrs. Rebecca Carpenter on last Fri-dagainst Bcikham at least by the sight of the cheery and Warehouseman Wilt, of the gov- serious opposition Mr, Sumi was a native of Gslcig, Although morning, of diabetes. attractive countenance of Miss Mary ernment service, who is on duty at the now in Mercer was the fight being Beckham Has Big Crowd at Carlisle Switzerland, where he was born July A dispatch from Carlisle Saturday Mr Carpenter had been in ill health Bruce, through the little window. She abanloncd distillery, discovered early made by Judge Charles A. Hardin, for 13, 183S. making him 76 years of age said: Former Governor Bcckkham for about six weeks his death was a received her commmipn latf last week, Saturday morning that the lock on the Stanley. at the time of his death. His wife, great shock to his many relatives Democrats were present at the speak- spoke lo alMiut 500 people here and and took charge of the of lies Sunday. mam door had hail been broken off, who survics is 77 years of age Two friends in this He was 00 county. She is a woman of fine c.xcctiti c ami evidently by an ax, and he found tint ing Monday not only from Mercer but and he answered Congressman Stanchildren, F.manuel Sumi, Jr., who lives -, years old. He leaves three brothers, business ability and will soon Garrard, Lincoln, Ander- ley's Carlisle and Ml Sterling speeches v.t whisky intisiug 'lherc are aliout three from lloylin Switzerland, and Mrs. Arnold devoting most of his time to explanDr James G. Carpenter, of the city, the ropes," and will liuc liti. - hundred barrels of boiue still in the son au.l Woodford onto of this county, also survive. In ation of his attorneyship for the" LouisGeorge Carpcnlct, of near Crab Orchtrouble in handling the office for her vaiihotise, although the distillery has lf!85 he came to the Lmted States, and McCreary Opens at Winchester ville and Nashville Railroad, citing his ard. D. R, Carpenter, of Nashville, who assistant, V A, Carson served as post, no .been run for several years. It is Gov. McCrcary opened his campaign position in the railroad question while located in Lincoln county, where he attended the burial and three sisters, Clcve-lan- d nutter at Crab Orchard under owm t by I'axtou Bros, of Cincinnati, for the L. S. Senatorial nomination al Governor and while in private life as has bein a successful farmer ever since. Mrs. Belle Daltou, of Lexington, and is thoroughly familiar wiili and is under government supervision. Rev. Bosshart conducted funeral ser- Misses Winchester Monday and the newspa proof that Ins cmploj mem was free and Miss Jennie Carpenter the duties of the office. Mr. Florence Deputy Collector Sauflcy, who has per dispatches say vices over the remains at the home and Dove Carpenter, of Georgetown. that he had a big from anv influence whatever. will remain in the- office a couple of Jus headquarters in this city has .been crowd and much interest wa. manifestHe reviewed the charges of Stanley, then at the Grucnhcim church Monday, After short funeral services at the weeks, "breaking in" the new officials, notified that Special Deputy McFar-lan- d after which the lod) of this good man grave by Rev D. M. Walker, the ed. He was introduced by Hon. John and branded them as untrue. He chargand will then retire He has not yet will be stnt here from Danville M, Stevenson, chairman of the Dem- ed Mr. Stanley with bringing up these was laid in its, final resting place. were laid to rest in the Buffalo decided what he will do, but doesn't to make an mpectiou and ocratic County Committee. The gover- matters ami lxasting of his trust inSptings Cemetery Saturday afternoon have to worry much, for sixteen years ALFALFA MAN HERE THURSDAY clean-cu- t nor made a speech, with lit- vestigation to take the people's attenat 1 o'clock. at the pic counter have not left him a tle reference lo his rivals for the noini. tion from the liquor riucstion. which Prof Hendricks to Address Farmers pauper by any mean. His son, His P. O. BURGLARS STILL AT WORK nation, but devoting himself almost Governor Heekhatn claim thp rr.il livi Aged Couple Die Together sou, A. It rlorenec, lias several nice At Courthouse on the Great Feed entirely to his own rciOrd. It .is the Mr and Mrs. Win. Moore died March issue in this campaign, charging that positions in view, our to travel at in- Postoffice at Lawrtnceburg and Depot plan of the governor to make alxnit Stanlev Prof. Hendricks, of the State Ex- 2lh within an hour of each other at is the candidate of the liquor tervals for a fire hoe company. He At Shelbyville Are Robbed two speeches a week from now on trust He charged that no man in periment Station at Lexington, who the home of their daughter, Mrs. W. P hat not yet decided what lie will enthrough the campaign Ky. Although Pennsylvania ever obeyed the Steel has been advising m the organization Price, cf Cottonhurg, gage in, however, but may go on the The ostofficc robbers who broke Albert I) Wingate, of Danville, trust more than Stanley has the liquor of Alfalfa Clubs ill a number of coun- Mr, Moore had been partially paralyzroad for this firm (or a while. into the Stanford aUmt a of IliiiM.il MiGooiltvin, of that trust in Kentuck). ties of the slate, will be ill Stanford ed for several years and Mrs Moore week ago, seem lo be continuing their place, this week Ifgan his duties as He attacked Stanley for his position on Thursday, this week, April 9th. He had been very weak for several month! Entertained Friends this part of the slate operations in Field Agent for the Census Bureau. Mr Prcscott In .wit tntertaiiud a on the Webb bill, and referred to his will 'speak at the courthouse. All who vet their death came as a shock tc For the second time within a year number of Ins friends very charmingly the iKistotfue in Lawrenccburg, was own record in behalf of the countv unit arc interested m the growth of this their friends. Louisville May Go for Beckham ',., IVid, c.vnir.R at Delight Mr Moore had passed bis 79th year, He answered Stan ureal feed crop will find it greatly to biokeu into and burglarized at an rally A tiispatc!: from Louisville this wee!: lull in Kentuck). fill refreshments, of cakes and ley's charge of infidelity to Goebcl for their interest to be present. ami his wife her 77th. For many years, ice hour Satutday morning. The rohhci said. were served during the evening Those secured $l,0.'o worth of stamps record News of the Churches The I. J. had no notification that they made their home in Pulaski coun- , J C W ileckham riceived personal K)intiiig to his (Beckham's) It is present were Mr. I'rcscolt Brown, tl ought that they also got a small sum assurance that he will "get a square Governor He answered charges of Prof. Hendricks planned to come to ty, where they have a host of friends service at the Presbyterian and Miss Paltvc Perkins, Mr Ilrvan of money which was left Rev. Pike, of Broil-hea- church Wednesday evening, April 8. Stanley that while Governor he approvStanford at this time, when it editor- and relatives. in the drawer deal" m Louisville, whtn he paid a conducted the funeral services, at 7.J0. Subject I'erkins and Miss Claudia Eaton. Mr, for change. The back door was forc-i- visit to the City Hall Thursday and ed three laws favorable to the rail- ially expressed the opinion that an "Jesus Praying for Clinton Coleman and Miss Nellie W open with tools which were slolen confcrreiP-iiiforiiiallwith the political road by referring to the almost unani. Alfalfa Club ought to be formed in at Mt. Zion church, Sunday morning; Us." The sermon preparatory to the gathered Communion will Hill, Mr. Hartwell Shanks and Miss from ihe tool house He described his visit as mous vote of the Assembly for the bills Lincoln, last week. A large number March 29th. Hundreds were be held on Friday evat the new Gov- potentates I.ettie W McKinncy. Mr Harvey Wil. ernment building The safe was load- - "just a friendly call," but the question and asking Stanley why in all these of farmers have approved its suggest- to do honor to the memory of Mr. and ening, April 10, at 7.30. All members n kbnon and Mis Hess Holtzclaw, Mr id with nitroglycerin and practically of Klittcs naturally came up. years he had not done something, to ion, to the editor, and say they want Mrs. Moore, which shows how are urged to be present and others are William Mobley. Miss Gertrude they were in this and several invited. Hendricks when he wrecked Ma or Hiischmcyer, in discussing ha.e them repealed if they were bad. to hear Prof. The compartnunt of the Mrs. Mr Spalding Hill and Miss safe where the money was kept appar-inll- y Krikham's He charged that Stanley's statement comes. Mr. W. D. Hanson, this side other counties. Four children, The ladies of the Baptist church will visit said . Matsy Grimes, Mr James Tribblc, was not opened by the explosion "It is absolutely certain that the about these laws and that he was in- of Moreland is an enthusiast on the F.stcs, of Clarence, Mrs. Samuels, of serve dinner court day, April 13th, in Mr. Sam Kinbry and Miss Martha and while there were many thousands organization will take no part fluenced by the railroad, were untrue. subject and anxious to join such a Somerset, Mrs. Price ,of Cottonhurg, a room in the Odd Fellows' building, in the Ranry. club, and will be in to hear Prof. Hen- and James H. Moore, of this place are over State Bank & Trust Co. Come of dollars worth of stamps of larger Senatorial race. All candidates will left to mourn their loss. and bring your friends and help a denomination in the safe, nothing larg. get a square deal and a fair count. Of Interest to Parcels Post Shippers dricks, if possible. Butter, lard and perishable articles Rids Town of Bill Lee 28-- 2 good cause. the ei than two cents was taken. Several I.ouisv ille has no candidates in Mrs. Mary Walls Dead Tolicc Judge R L. Davison believes persons living near the building heard race and no special interest in seeing such as fish, fresh meats, dressed NOTED DIVINE CROSSES RIVER A good dinner served by the ladies Mis, Mary Walls died at her home , vegetables, fruit berries that he has finally rid Stanford of Hill the explosion but made no investigation anj of the candidates defeated or elect- fo!.-alld of ihe Baptist church in State Bank I.ee, the notorious negro liootlcgger, and failed aruVles of a similar nature, which Dr. Gelon H Rout Served a Term As near King's Mountain Saturday after building, Monday court day. Your lo call the police. Inspectors ed. She a short illness due to paralysis. for all time to come. I.ee was given have been summoned by quickly when so packed or wrapCounty Attorney of Lincoln 28-- 2 patronage appreciated. "I was m a position to tell Mr. Heck-hawire. lcivcs the following children to mourn a jail sentence of 40 Jays and fined The safe. at the Chesapeake & Ohio that the voles will be counted, ped as to prevent damage lo other mail $100 for selling whisky last week. He Dr. Gelon II. Rout, for thirty years the loss of a kind and loving mother, railroad dcxt in Shelbyville, was however they may fall. After a nonti-n- matter, sfil! be accepted for local deBank Stock for Sale livery, cither at the office of mailing pastor of the Versailles Presbyterian John Walls of this city. George Walls, managed to "dig up" the money but the blown open aloul I wdl sell five shares of State Bank o'clock the same for the United Slates Scn.itorship Logan Walls, Misses Annie and Eliza prospect of laying out forty long summorning and the steel inner comMrt-mtn- t, has been chosen by the Democrats of or on any rural route starting thereon, church, died at his home in Versailles Kllen Walls oL King's Mountain. The & Trust Co., stock in front of the court when inclosed in an inner cover and a Friday, Dr, Rout was 82 years of age mer days in jail did no: appeal to him, house in Stanford at 11 o'clock, Moncontaining $65, was carried away the Slate, the Jefferson count) organiso Judge Davison agreed to suspend by the yeggmrn, who left no trace as zation will get m behind the winner to strong outer cover of wood, metal, and death ensued from a complication burial occurred at King's Mountain on day, April 13. J. P. Chandler. 28-Sunday afternoon. heavj corrugated paste board or other of diseases. the jail scntcikc on condition that I.ee to the direction they took. Nothing else help make certain his election." Graduating from Central University get out of town and stay out. He be- in the office was disturbed. Neighbors S. J. Bell Moves to Mlddleburg E. T Tierney, Chairman of the Hoard suitable material and wrapped so that Louisville Engagements of Interest nothing can escape from the package, manv years ago, Dr. Rout soon after lieves that it will be worth more to heard the explosion of the safe, but did of Public Safety, said' S, J. Bell and his family are moving The Courier Journal Sunday anStanford to keep Lee out than it would not give the alarm, as they were not "I am for Mr. Ileckham and will they wilt be accepted for mailing to all entered Ihe ministry and for many nounced these engagements which are to the farm that he recently bought at offices lo which, in Ihe ordinary course )cars was one of the most prominent Middleburg Mr. Bell and his family lo have him do 40 days in jail at the certain as lo the noise. vote for him." where Mr. Wilhite of mail, they can be sent without spoil- leaders of the church with which ho of interest here, movei' to this county about seven expense of the city lived in years gone by and has a host Bullock Says He's For McCreary ing, the above articles can be sent in was affiliated. Dr. Rout married a years ago and have made a host of Halde-ma- n We Know He Made a Good Legislator County Judge Frank A. Bullock, the first ami second zones daughter of President doling of Cen- of friends, and where also Miss friends here who regret very much to Lincoln Girl Weds in Oklahoma is Fay-cit- e Hon. I.. M. Smith, who made such a leaner of lb? Democratic party in give them up. tral University. He was a native of TIip Oklahoma Pity Oklaliomau anMrs. Samuel Miller Wilhite Mr. and count) m many haru campaigns Mercer county and moved to VerA Man After Roosevelt's Heart nounces an engagement of much inter- creditable record in Ihe recent legisla. of their ture, and who was one of the few memof . Dr. Thomas Washington, aged 81 sailles in 1862, Dr. Rout was a first announce the engagement threw a bombshell into the camp Children 111 From Ptomaine Poison est here, as the bride is a very popubers, of that body who came out with Congressman Stanley's friends when he years, who resides on his farm eight cousin of Col. John M. Rout, of Stan- daughter, Miss Aubrey Grainger WilThe two bright children, of Mr. and lar Lincoln count) girl who recently hite. to Mr, Joseph Tyler Bond. flyiu; colors, is receiving many flat- declared for Gov, McCrear). miles north of Danville, is a man after ford, In early life he lived in Lincoln Mrs. Mat Preston have been sufefring moved lo the new stale to make her Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Haldeman antering requests from different partt. Railroad Commissioner Billy Klair, Col. Roosevelt's own heart. for several days from ptomaine poiHe has and practiced law before entering the home. That paper says of the Liuhth District to become a can- who fought McCrcary tooth and nail been married four times and is the mitiistery. He served a term of county nounce the engagement of their daugh- son. The cause attributed to eating Mr. and Mrs. William Randolph ter, Miss Florence Milton Haldeman, didate for Congress, and he has the 1911 and father of forty-fou- r thirtv-nin- e attorney of Lincoln about 1850. chtese or drinking milk. children, Deiiham announce the cngagctmnt of mattei under serious consideration, In in the convention fight of to Mr. Charles Baird Price. The wedBesides his wife. Dr. Rout is surof whom are living. Dr. Washtheir daughter, Miss Winnie Davis her talk here on "Moonlight Schools", lrl. has already declared for the Gov. ding will take ptace in June. vived by his son, J. R. Rout, a promig FOR RENT HiLIi, lo Mr. John Carr Spivcy, the Mrs, Cijra Wilson Stewart paid mil emor, tho" everybody who knows him' ington has grandchildren, Stanley. Brick store room in Hustonville, Ky. nent Versailles- merchant. and to take place on Wednesda), Apr young representative the compliment of believes he is at heart for Engagament Announced The funeral services were held at 20x75 feet with back room 20 feet sa.ving that he was on the right side Judge Bullock said today that there almost too numerous to count. And s 8th at the home of the Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Fads, of Monti-cellin the stork of every question that came up in McCreary square. Under opera house, joining is again lingering around tht crsaillcs Presbyterian church on street legislature, and Commissioner of tin Vas no opposition to parents, corner of Tliirty-cight- h announce the engagement of their Fayette county, tho" former Major the Washington home. both bank and postoffice, on comer .of Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The and Santa Fe avenue. Newman, in his talk to the daughter, Sula to Dr. Chas. T. Jones, Mam and Danville streets. body was taken to Danville for burial. Electric said that Mr John Skain has come out strong for tanners Wednesda) of Miilcrsburg, Ky, The wedding will lights Moonlight School in Grayson Monday, Col. Rout and other relative; Possession at once. Box 22, $1,000 For Widow of 'Shiners' Victim Smith vottd for every qucMioit thai former Gov. Beckham. Judge Bullock take place the latter part of April, Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, of Rich- went over from Stanford to attend the Hustonville, Ky. 28-The House Committee on Claims has came up for 'lie aid or benefit of tlie was told ithat it was being reported Miss Fails has many friends in this farmers, If Mr. Smith decides to run over the state that the Fayette county mond, accompanied by Miss Klla Lewis interment. reported favorably a bill appropriating he will make it mighty interesting foi county, who wish her every happiness. Senator Brock Appointed Regent Democratic organization wiuld he for county school superintendent, of Gray-so- u $ 1,000 for Emily 11) rd, of Compton, liic other fellow. She is a cousin of Miss Lillie Eads of county, was at Frankfort Friday Phil W Grinstead, representative of Stanley, He said" A. in Barren County Strange Case Wolf count)', widow qf William Hustonville and has often visited her. a book concern, whose presence to see Governor McCreary, Miss on Ihe cases ever One of the strangest "That's nonsense. I'm for old Mc- Lewis has established the moonlight II) rd. Deputy United States Marshal Andrew J. Payne Dead Hoard of Regents of the Eastern KenCreary, first, last and all the time; school v stem in Grayson county and known in Barren comity and one that who was killed in a moonshine raid in ndrcw I Payne died at his home a Shelby Woman Wins $5,000 Claim tucky Normal, was criticised in his re. lias baffled physicians, is that of Fastern Kentucky in 1897, Represenfew miles from Lancaster on the Huck-c- )i and what's more hc' going to land the had with her a picture of a The claim of Miss Kezia Stewart, of port of State Inspector and old pupil. At present tewen. Examiner Adwell, a young salesman for pike on last Sunday afternoon. nomination, hands down." tative W. J. Fields, of Olive Hill, Ky.. counties in the State have in- the Terry Hughes Company, of Glas- Shelbyville lo 320 acres of laud near Sherman Goodpaster, was not reapliad introduced a bill for $10,000 for Payne has long been a sufferer from Judge Bullock said there had never augurated the moonlight school Glendive, Mont,, on which her brother, pointed to membership on the tuberculosis and this was aggravated been anv real Stanley sentiment in the board by gow. Mr Adwell's nose began bleedMrs. Hyrd. Some difficulty was ex- by an C. L. Stewart, had filed prior to his Gov. McCreary. who attack of pneumonia which causlast week anperienced in establishing ing two weeks ago and has never stopthat Hyrd ed his death, His remains were plac- county and that there was little interdeath last fall, has been recognized by nounced his appointment of Senator campaign H. ped. He is almost blind and his conwas in the raid, since the roster at the ed at rest in the Lancaster on Monday est in the Congressman's the Interior Department, and the Brock, of Harlanr Republican leader Department of Justice did not show afternoon. He is survived by his wife, here. He went on lo say that Faettc Walter Singleton Gets Nice Position dition was too serious to remove him which is valued at $5,000 in the upper house, of tin? General Aswho is a sister of the late Walton county had never been strong for Goc-bSupt Garland Singleton has iust re- to Louisville. A specialist was called it. A sembly, to succeed hason, by two brothers who reside at to her as his lawful heir. Mr. Grinstead. Jere wrongly, Gov. ceived news from Louisville that his to Glasgow to sec him and after an and that, rightly or Crab Orchard and by two sister, one eldest son, Walter Singleton has just railroad is now building within a few A. Sullivan, of Richmond, was reapJ. W. Walter III at Lancaster of whom lives in Arkansas and the Beckham had fallen heir to some of received a regular and permanent ap- examination failed to give the family miles of the tract, which is expest?J pointed. It was Senator Brock, who John V. Walter, one of Lancaster's other in Oklahoma. pointment in the Louisville postoffice much hope of his recovery. that lark of strength. greatly to enhance its value. recently lost a $25,000 libel suit against most highly "respected citizens is seri"1 can't pretend to say what is go- in the parcels post department. Young The Ladies Aid Society, of the More-lan- d ing Col. W. P, Walton, formerly of Stanously 111. He is 'suffering with heart Lee Maupin, of Madison county, ag- Lincoln a Boundry In on in other parts of the State," Singleton passed a rigid civil service Bank District ford, when it was tried in Christian church, will give an en- said Judge Bullock, " but Fayette conn, examination with a high mark and is ed sixty, the Laurel disease and other complications, and member of the in line for rapid advancement, as those Louisville lost out in its fight to se- circuit court. hi advanced years serious tertainment consisting of recitations ty has alwavs voted for McCreary and who know the young man know that Fox Hunters' Asociation, is dead from because of uneasiness is felt by liU friends ant! music etc., on Saturday night cure a regional bank. Louisville and he will without doubt "make Drigl.t's Disease. again," He is a Faster It will be good. All come. Ad- we will do so relatives over his condition Straight at It all of Kentucky located west of the , brother of Wallace Walter, Jesse Wal-te- r mission 10 cents, There is no use of our Stanley Denies Rumor of Withdrawal To ha e a fine healthy complexion Farmers and others who live at a western boundaries of Boone, Grant, around the hush". We might "beatiiig and J. M. Walter, of this city. as well The Lexington Leader, which first the liver must be active, the IkiwcIs distance from a drug store should keep Scott, Woodford, Jessamine, Garrard, out with it first as last. We want yoii A piudcnt mother is always on the published the rumor that Stanley would .liar and the blood pure All this is in the house a bottle of BALLARD'S Lincoln, Pulaski and McCreary Coun-tie- s, to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy dizziness breath, hitler tasle, Had watch for symptoms of worms in her said Saturday; feught h1kal.1V using HFRBIN'L. It SNOW LINIMENT It may be needate hooked on to St. Louis as the next time you have a cough or and a general "no account" feeliifg is children. Paleness, lack of intercs' in wilhdiaw, A friend of Hon. A..O, Stanley n thoroughly' fseswiflMhc liver, stomach ed at,aiiy lime for cuts, wounds, sores their reserve city. While Eastern Ken- cold. There is no reason so far as a sure sign of a torpid liver HER-BIN- play, and peevishness is the signal for himwklng hit and bowels, psssVlMnc lKly in fine con sprains or rheumatism. It is a power- tucky is jointed to the Fourth District, we can see why you should not do so. telegraphed is the mrdirme needed. It makes WHITE'S CRF.AM VERMIFUGE. A rcntly This preparation by its remarkable in ditioii.aml restores that clear pink kttd ful healing and penetrating remedy. of which Cleveland is reserve city. Sen. vitalizes the blood, re. few doses of this excellent remedy puts lomi.Kiit on the report SiiwbJishcd cures lus gained a world wide repu(it liver active, desired papers whitB' complexion so much by Shugars Trice ?5. 50c and $1.00 ter bottle. Sold ator James and Representative Slier-ley- l, tation, and people everywhere speak I'ldates the bowels and restores a fine an end to the worms and the child soon the I eader and in ladies. Price 50c. Sold frelinir of energy and cheerfulness. acts naturally. Price 25c per lottle, ti the effect that he mlgwjwithdraw drug store, Stanford,1 Lyne it tin highest terms who llro. Crib by Shtuais' drug store, Stanford, Lync! arc greatly pulled hard for Louisville of for insale by all dealers. of praise. It is Price 50c. Sold by bluigars" drug store Sold by Sluigars' drug store, Stanford, fic.i.i the Senatorial race. disappointed. Bros.. Cra'i Urcluru. Orchard. Stanford, Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. I Lync Uros., Crab Orchard. Well-Knowa) Zur-brugg, $50-001 i:.-,!- c. Mid-week d well-knowWil-kinsodc-em 1 2 well-knowwed-dinbride-elect'o, 2 ninety-four-year Her-schcl pro-pcrt- y, des-ceel well-know- n tfflciint service in handling tlic m.iil at the Stanford postoffice, James C. Mr Stanley's reply, received Monday TOLD HIS SPEAKS TO BIG WIFE TO FOLLOW is as follows "Report of my withdrawCROWD IN HARR0DSBURG al SOON THEN DROPPED DEAD is an absurd and groundless canard, tbo silly for serious consideration" Emanuel Suml, Prominent and RespectPoliticians Say He Will Carry Mercer It is evident from the tone of the ed Swiss Citizen, Dies After County By Big Majority Senatortilegiam that Mr. Stanley's under Long, Useful Life ial Gossip standing of the published report was that his withdrawal, if it took place, After partaking of the Communion A crowd that occupied every scat in woi.id be without any endorsement with his pastor and his wife, and tellthe court house and thin packed and vihatevcr It was pointed out, howing her that he felt he would soon be jammed the aisles, barring out many ever, m the Leader that Mr. Stanley's gone and that he hoped she would folwho wished to hear him, greeted Gov, withdrawal would not be prompted by low quickly, F.mamtcl Sunn, one of Ileikhain when he spoke at Harrodsbitrg nilhiences not at all to Mr. Stanley's the best known Swiss residents of I. in camMonday afternoon, in his liking, through the simple process of coin county, walked out of his home, fur the democratic BECKHAM RETIRING ASSISTANT First National Bank of London Found By Bank Examiner to Have Capital Impaired London, Ky, April 3. The worst local financial panic ever known here lias resulted from the failure of the First National Bank, of this city, which closed its doors Friday by order of the Controller of Currency. National Hank hxamincr W. I'. Kinchcloe, who has been here for two or three days examining the books of the bank, declines to give out any information a to the condition of the institution or the cause of its suspension of business, and little is known by the public except rumors heard about town. President W B. Catching and Cashier McCalla Fitzgerald say that tht suspension was caused by a wholesale withdrawal of deposits resulting from rumors to the effect that the bank was aliout to become insolvent, and that they hope to be able to resume business within a few days. Although a good many pcoplt have been withdrawing deposits for several days few were found who actually believed the institution would fail until its doors failed to open Friday morn, ing. A large amount of deposits were received Thursday and this was kept up until the closing hour. It is understood that no large amount of money was withdrawn Thursday. A report of the condition of the bank as of March 4, was published in a local paper last week, and it showed the bank in a fairly prosperous condition at thai time, although the surplus fund and the deposits have gone down considerably for some months, especially the surplus fund. The published report shows individual deposits subject lo check ?203.O0O: time deposits. 44.000; surplus fund. $9,000; loans and discounts. $281,000. This bank was established in 188H and has a paid-u- p capital stock of 0 It has always been in a prosperous condition and considered to be one of the strongest, safest banks in Eastern Kentucky, frequently paying from 15 to 20 per cent, and $100 shares selling for $250 All business in London and Laurel county is seriously affected, and it is freely predicted that numerous bank ruptcies will result Capital Impaired Washington, 3. April National Bank F.xaminer Kmchcloe notified the Controller's ..ffiie today that the First National Bank, of London, Ky., had an impairment of its capital and would not open today This was the Controller's only information on the subject. It i lefn sl." E v !(. TSK UtTIRIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, XENTUCKY TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1914 S6c women who bought Wooltex Coats and Suits for Easter last year, are buying' Wooltex Coats and Suits for Easter This Year. We keep a record in our store of the sales made of Wooltex garments, putting on recdrd the name of the purchaser, and the type of garment purchased. Our records this year show that a very large percentage of those who purchased WOOLTEX garments last year, are purchasing them again this season. We can offer no better evidence in proof of the fact that WOOLTEX coats and suits give complete satisfaction both in style, in quality and in service. Women's Low Shoes t The weatherman reports that we are to have a week of sunshine and a pretty Easter. That, of course, calls for new hat, new dresses and a pair of our new low shoes. We want you women to see them; we want you to put your foot in them; we want you to see how they fit the instep; how our pumps hug the side of the foot. We are sure we can fit your foot we believe we can please you. Anyway, we want you to see them. They are all black gun metal, dull kid, patent leather, vici and satin, in pumps, straps and button oxfords, at $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00. r!) M n fir CirrriM 191, Co- H. J. McROBERTS The Interior Journal SlIKLTON M. HALFLEY Proprietor II A YEAR STltllTI.Y IN ADVANCE - Enlrrrd at tht pfMrond clatt mail mntttr. ( Stanterd t t, Tbe H. BUck Profit by this knowledge by securing for your own Easter coat or suit this year, a Wooltex coat or suit. I'vriruaf 191 Tie H. Kbkk Co. AdJrraa all coramunlratinna to The Intcrioi Journal not tn foru Injitidual connected with the pap'r. No mlllrr low Itrpcrtant thfy may unsigned and inoi.y mi.ua communication, to Ihn Interior Journal, ale ifnerrd. Thi name a wanted a. an UHlenrr ol nf the Mndrr cmxl faith and nut (or publication. If yu hare Kinv-thljou ant to appear in The Interior Jourml. vou mutt tijen jour name to it. The Interior Jourral charge, for obllu of arir. rr.ilutiou of tepect and card thinks. . The rve la fire centa a line. The Interior Journal haa one of the larr-eil job printing eitaMi.hmrnta in central Kentucky and rill U glad to figure with mi) one on any kind of printing. Wooltex Suits $19.75 to $35 We also show very complete lines of New York-- made Suits in new Wool materials and in Silks in all the latest colors and shapes at every price from $12.50 to $69.50. . New Silk Dresses as we now have in Stock. You will find each Dress distinctive in Style and very reasonable in price. The materials are Pussywillow Taffetas, Canton Crepes, Crepe Meteors, Crepe du Chenes, and Taffetas, in both Dresses, at all prices from $12.50 and three-pieone-pie- ce ce We never before showed as many beautiful Silk Dresses to $65.00. White and Wash Dresses than 25 Styles of Novelty wash dresses at choice for $5.98 All sizes to 44. We Show a greai line of more Many Exquisite and Exclusive Styles of white dresses at the celebrated house dresses from $1.25 to $4.50. Be SURE to SEE our line of $15.00 to $40.00. D1X-MAK- E Children's Dresses line of We are execlusive agents for the DETROIT-PRINCESChildren's Dresses. This line is in a class by itself. Prices are no more than the ordinary kinds, while the dresses are very extraordinary in that they are perfectly made of choice materials and unusually attractive styles and perfect fitting. S K r Shirt Waists 1 ,l t We show a great line of the new Silk Shadow Lace waists in white and tints at $6.00 to $10. Crepe du Chene and Georgette Crepe waists in white and colors at $4.50 to $8.00. White Cotton Crepe waists in a wonderfully attractive lot of new shapes at very moderate prices $1.00 to $3.50 and you will like every one. NOTICE TO BIDDERS The County Board of Fducation, of Lincoln county will, until the first Monday in May, l14, receive sealed bids for the construction of a school house at McKinncy, Ky . Building Boom in Columbia Plans and specifications can be seen Indications at present point to & at the office of Superintendent G. Singleton in Stanford, or by calling on boom in the building line in Columbia We Appreciate This, Anyway M, F. North, at Hustonville. April this vear. Among the buildings althe brilliant 6th 1914. W. M Landgraf. Scc'y. 28-- J ready in the course of construction Desha Breckinridge. and thoc to be built are the Columbia editor of the Lexington Herald, is another wh :an sec little of good tn the Ilaptist church, cost ?U0IO; ftovs King's Mountain Echoei work of'the recent session of the school, Doriiiitorv at LtmUa-ViloMc copies our Kentucky Legislature. While chopping vvl March 23. W. Staples' editorial headed. "It Might Have Been Chris Dislmn cm hi foot very hadly. coat $H,U; Mrs. resident r, cost fl,(00; KeUay Ilros.,' Worse" printed in the Interior Jour- The ax cut to the lione. nal last week, under an editorial headMorris Singleton has mined into Mr stun; Annex to fiesi, McLean & Co., and Improbable, and then ed "Possible store. Cimphcllsvillc street. The total Francis' house. ne has this to say G. H. Cannon liought of Chas. Cham-her- s cost of these buildings and .improveIt may be true, as Mr Saufley savs a honte and lot, and sold it the ments will be in the neighborhood of "It in the caption of hi seditorial, might have been worse," hut we doubt next day to J. W. Mall. $J0,(Xj0. Dwelling houses are in deIiml Skidntore Nuicht the Oil. CiixhIi mand, and it Oficn a sin of omission is more there's not an empty one in ' culpable and may bc more disastrous place near the Wa)nelinrj Hank. than sin of commission, and the sins Mrs. Ivlizalieth Mnnsie had a ttr- -' town now Columbia has experienced than a sin of commission and the sins prise hirtnilay dinner March the JVtn. a wonderful growth during the past of omission lij the Legislature which There were "alimit 27 at the dinnncr ten vr.irs. 'I he good schools and healthy grievous. and all had a nice time. moral condition of the town have provWe ai'rcc with Mr Saufley, howevMr. and Mrs. Willie Murphy are en a drawing card. in his brief "that individually the er, over the arrival of a fine lioy members of the last Legislature." cer- in their home. tainly the members of the House Put to Flight by Bees John Flo)il sold lo U. K, Horton a "tried harder to do just what the folks (Irvine Sun) back home wanted them to dothan'the so'v and nine pigs at a kooiI price. The hand lioys arc making good promembers of the previous Legislature." Lust TucMlay kwtnlc Hardin Isaacs, But the trouble was that the.v tried in- gress and learning fast, so the prosLast Tuesday while Hnrdin Isaacs, dividually, there was no team work; pect of hrass hand in our town that too nany of them had their ear to the can plu for public gatherings is good. his ll rte sons, Tommy, Millard Tug-gl- e ground to hear the faintest rumble of The members of the hand are, Oliver and Sidney Horn Isaacs were enpopular desire in the hope that it would Smith. Solo Cornet ! Prof. Gilliland, gaged in clearing a piece of land on Solo Cornet ; Knssell Thompson. Solo preferment lead to future political There is one thins certain, however. Cornet; Charles Itrown, has; Elmer Luck Cruk, near Shade, they cm down McKce. and that is that a number of the mem- Wright, tolo alto: ihirriis F. still bers of the Legislature showed not H.iritone; I'rof. Davis, tenor, only a desire to do what the folks hack Couch, first alto j Kugcnc Hart, snare drum; Willie Leach, loss drum. home wanted." hut an evidence of for future usefulness, and confieorge Sturgeon bought his place structive legislation, and among those hack at (loochtoun that he sold ocr who gave the greatest promise was the a ear ago and has moved there. editor of the Interior Journal. He was W. K. Lane has bought him another one of the hardest working, one of the horse, most conscientious, one of the best Mrs. Lillie Hall, of Ludlow, is visitprepared member of the Legislature, and in a Mdy in which there' was not ing relatives here. largely beso much "individuality," Mr. M. II. Smith has set his incu. cause of the great preponderance of hator again this spring at Willie new members, lie would quickly have Leach's. gained even more influence than he Mr. John Wall and famil), of Stanhad, and been enabled to render better ford are with his mother. Mm. Mary service than he did. Wall, who is very low and not expected to live 0. A. Walter went to Lancaster this week to see his brother who is sick. two-room n Raising Taxes in Mountain Counties Tlic State Uoaril of Initialization now in session at Frankfort is sticking some heavy raises jn the coal and tint-bcounties of eastern Kentucky, which arc in reality just its licit, if not richer, than thcX'oumic of the Ilinc Grass, which have usuatly home the heaviest bt'rilen of taxation. It is not expected that many Blue Grass eounticn will be raised tins vcar. Most ot them, like was Lincoln where the assessment raised atiout $300,900 by the coanty iKiard are, now paving taxes on a very fair valuation, and the work of the lofar cal supervisors leaves no excuse a further raise by the state lioard Some of the mountain counties which caught heavy increases were. Boyd 10 per cent, on land and lots; Flo)l IS on hand and 10 on lots; Harlan, 10 on land and 5 on lots: Lawrence. 10 on land. Magoffin. IS on land. Martin, 15 on land; Pike. 10 on land ami IS on lots: Wolfe. 10 on land and 5 on lots. Knott. Letcher ami Morgan were not laised. er Stanford School Notes the grades were called to the chapel on Monday morning and exercises were conducted by Mr Walker He sokc of the Christian church. about purpose; what it means to joung people to have a fixed purpose in life, and how they may carry it out. Hio Mozart Club is cry proud of a beautiful new pennant they just purchased. The colors arc black and old (old, which make a very good combination. the A committee for remodeling Bach Club tennis club met yesterday afternoon to make then plans. They have decided to turn the Court ami make it exactly lcel. Benches will be made and several other improvements The club expects to spend cloc to $50 on it this season. Mr. Wilson announced who will be this choruses in the commencement vcar. Miss llruning chose the pupils from the high school chorus and has already begun special practice. The following will sing, sopranos, Misses Ccrtrude Wilkinson, Bcttie Warren, ltos Muses Venn Sallie Mills Craig, Rout, Ma me Singleton and F.thcl Powell, tenors, Messrs. Harvey Wilkinson, Joe Warner, Morris Tucker and Will Mohley, bass. Messrs. Sam Kmhry, Clinton Coleman, Brjan Perkins and Marry Farmer. AH Welch's "Tim JVutional WHY not follow Secretary Bryan's evamnle and serve your guests with VVELC. S The Zrinm National Drink? Some society folk have just dir jvcred grape 'uice but many of our customers haVe long known y experience what a splendid drink WELCH'S makes, whether served plain A'ith charged water, in lemonade or in the famous WELCH punch. We have WELCH'S, The National Drink, in Quarts, Pints and in the individual Four-ounc- e A jgapeJfig bottles. x Pboie 2, Penny's Drag Store, Stanford, THE REXALL STORE Ky. We invite your careful inspection of following lines: Druggets, Mattings, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Wall Paper, Porch Swings, Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, and a most complete line of Furniture from kitchen to parlor. PENCE & HILL. a beech, and started to trim it up. It appears that a tnarm of bees had previously taken possession of the tree and now objected to the newcomers. After a short argument the men, led by "L'ncle" Hardin, made break for the tall timbers, leaving the bees in full Later Constable Charley IMissessinn. llnnegar came along and took out 3 small iuantlt) of hone). During the excitement Tommy Isaacs Climbed a tret to escape from the bees. Excursion on Southern Railway Sunrg. l.. First excursion of the season, day, April 12, between Louisville, Lexington, Danville, Georgetown, Harnxlsburg, Shelhyvillc and Versailles and Intermediate stations in each direction. $1.M) between Lextngtin, Danville. Georgetown and Louisville for the round trip; tickets limited to return on date of sale. Proportionately low rates between intermediate stations. Consult any Southern Hallway agent or write H. C King. CTA, Lexington. Ky., W. H. Todd. DPA. Louisville, Ky.. T N. Westermann, AGFA, St. l.ouis, Mo. New Spring Corsets Why not buy your corset where you can be fitted properly by an expert Graduate Corsettierre? We carry full lines of Gossard Front Lacing corsets from $2 to $15. Redfern Corsets from $3 to $6.00. Warners Rust Proof Corsets $1 to $3.50. Mnisiig Uiiei Suits Ivwy CMgk Scatters Crau mr 1MB tnuUD at (eMa gwlUag as4 la tlM laaaDr, alter tmt CMgalag tr faatalag tag IbJ1um4 brachial UUavtah Dr. Ball's TO PINE-TAR-HONEY H aba UaJtKj fwtkar gtrn growl. go. Ill ceuata raw Mtlcall la't wtal voa'ro MM mV M. Mo. ,JI.. Toait. Yf55DggS-- " Vbua in goto ! kaf jrou d. taat jevi'r ailing." Mra-- "tl - Kayser Silk dives - NcChIIm Silk Hisc A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO., Danville, Kentucky "THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX" -- Mrs. Mary C. Dye is indisposed. of Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Flannigan, Lebanon Junction are with relatives days. here for a few Mrs. Alonro Padgett has returned home after an extended visit with re- -' latives in Oklahoma. Mrs. Laura Wilson and two little I I sons of Dloomiugtou, Ind,, are with the family of A. T. Horton for a few months. James Routcn who has been visiting his parents after an absence of six years returned to Sapulpa, Okla , Monday Oliver Houton left last week foi llloomiugtoii, Ind., where he has a PLEASANT POINT J. T, Drown is able to be out again after a severe attack of la' grippe. The Return of the shirt Wiist The Shirt Waist will not be kept in the background. Dame Fashion has been shoving them aside for several seasons, but this season they have come to the front, prettier, and daintier than ever. The materials ar Crepe and Voile, with a little Irish or Oriental lace to trim. Prices range from $1.00 to $5.00. j I TELL BY THE BELL John Singleton, Jr., after a six week.' stay in Louisville returned on Monday to her home on account of ill health. Miss Marguerite Routcn who has a nice position at Lexington returned to her work after a few days' visit with the family of W. G. Kouten. Mrs. F.dmon Murphy, who hat been i very tick is improving. SEVERANCE & SON "ytA-MJ- yr . - f r rrit-.' . AXtAAtM V -- ;v I'. ' THE 1WTKKI0K JOUHrfAt, STAHTOKD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1014 A Pretty Dress now have on our racks the handsomest WE tine of 2 resses we have ever shown. should see the new models In Poplin, Crepe You de Chine, Wool Crepes, Wash Crepes, Serges, etc. Only one of a kind of y these nice Dresses and we will not duplicate. There is a I There are fine prospects otfor Initll a fine propccts both rard this aon. Mr. W P. Walls, who has heeu living Miss Annette Wray has PERSONAL and SOCIAL home after a visit to Miss Prances in lirvantsville is ill tif typhoid fever at the home of is sister, Mrs, RobTate Mrs. J S Rice u in LcMtigton with . Mrs. d. 11, F'ruitt, of Moreland. is ert Gatineau at Hiatttville. relatives and friends in the city Imjing a line of spring mil- - I Mrs. J. Parker Gregory was hostoo Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hill were hi Lan- lincrj. on Saturday at a delightfully planned caster Sunday afternoon. I " lllllll ...... SirCCI, ,.Ille I.,..- Mr n,l Mr." .Vr.t ., """ . . . .... . Mrs. Alice Laud went to""l.ouisville "c," lurmd home after spending several "'" Saturday for several davs. Sarah Kavlmrn, of Richmond. The davs in lmisville Mrs. It. K. Rout, is visiting her son, "home ami tahle apiHiintmcnts were ar J. C Fisher, of Lexington, has rellevcrly Kout and wife in Louisville. tistically decorated in spring flowers, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffey art vis- turned lionic a,ftcr a visit to Miss Hcv. J. W. Hcagle is in Harltour-villLutes. iting relatives and friends at Danwhere he is holding a vcrj sucJ. M. McCart and family, of Danville. cessful revival. ville, were the gucsti-- ot W. L. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Uads.luvc takThe Chatit.-w?miCircle is still much and family last urrk en rooms with Mr. on Logan interested in the study of Evolution. Mr J. L Tottcn. of Lehanon, spent avenue. They held their meeting the past week Mis Patsy Kinnaird, of Lancaster, Sunn iv with her daughter, Mrs, W. L ' with Misses Hrashcar and Mason. ha lren the recent guest of Miss Mary I' nc and family here. Mr Leslie sold his farm in Miss Sophia Alcom came up from Lee Pox. this county to Wcntmor Smith, for Mrs. Hush Renl went to Ioiimvi11c Danville and spent Saturday with her last week with Mrs. Virgil Lee, of patents Judge and Mrs. J. W. Alcorn. I llarl.iti. Mrs. Lrr will undergo an opand! Mrs. Jennie Ilroaddus left toda) for Mrs. McCormack Linimlt Baltimore to take a second course ol eration while there McCor-- 1 Miss N'anc) Yeaper. of the College daughter, Miss Marguerite lor cancer. mack, ol Hustonville, were hen Moil- - tnattmnt of Music of Cincinnati, is iicudinu Missis. James 1. ami Win. J, HamilTaster vacation with her mother, Mrs day ton, M. D. Hughes and others were in Susan It eager Mr John Kout, Miss Sue Kout, and Harrodsliurg to hear Governor lieck-liaMrs. Dexter llallnu and three chilKcv P I., llruce attended the Imrial dren were the guests of her mother. speak Monday. ; l 171.1. ft, fI Rout, "f Vrr?i)r lint c... of Ur ft.!.--- , Mtss Lou Grant is at liome after a tirday and Sunday, took place in Danville Monday. pleasant slay of several weeks with Miss lltssic Sixxiuainore went to Mr ami Mrs, Wallace Waller, Mis Dr. Samuel P. Grant and Mrs. Grant Danville last wcrk to spend a few days Mollie Walter and Miss Annie Milhiirn in Danville. vm'.Ii Mr. and Mrs Sam Spooiiamore. Mrs. Kay Carpiirtcr. of Liberty, was moiured to Lancaster Sunday to sec Miss Fannie Thompson, of Hcyle the guest of the homcfolks at Huston- - J. W, Walter, who is ipu'tc ill. county, is the attractive guest of her Kcv. and Mrs. Homer Carpenter and tile last week. ocusin, .Miss Hallic Drown. Miss Jennie N'ewland was the guest little daughter, Plcanor Lewis, of Dr. M. P. Hunt, a popular lecturer, have returned home after a of siter, Mrs. L. C. Kelly, at delivered one of his lectures "lie visit to Dr. and Mr. J. G Carpenter. Campliellsville Someiiody," at the school auditorium Mr. and Mrs, Bowman 0ven. of Messrs. S. D. Yowell and Harry on Friday evening. liocLor were visitors to friends and ) McKinncy, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. K. Clark and daughter. in Hustonville. relative Mrs, A. G.I Mrs. George DcBorde Sunday. Turner, of Lincoln count), is iiting Miss Margan.1 Letcher Cook are at Willie Miller. Mrv Carlton P.lkin. Mrs. K. L Salter. Miss llessic Spoot. home alter a pleasant visit to Louis Mi Annie Margaret Elkin and Misses amore. of Stanford, has been visiting Helen and Margaret Gill, of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spoonamnrc. Ml. ville frit nds. Mr. John W Wallers is reported motored here Saturday and pcnt sev- Slid Mrs. J S lliughman and n. eral hours. Rranhatn. leave this month for a two quite ill of heart disease at his lionu Misses Lena Travlor and Maud on Lexington street. As he is ad months' visit to relatives in Losnmle of Stanford, and Carrie and Grace Texas and Missouri red in jears relati.es and friends ... Anderson of Prcachcrsville, and Jennie Jack Harding. .. M 1IVS4AMJ .l ..... lll TI...-.f.! r! UM.--" Tl'ivii-iiiii-.-- .If autiuiI I.I. miCMTJ. Lawrence, of LancAtcr, were the ats. visiting Hon and' 11,c cI,smg exercises of the urevillc. have l.een tractive guests of Miss Vcrcic Hester, Kohert Harding-Danvi- lle Mes i caster colored graded school was held last week. senger at the Court house Friday evening. April 10th at at K o'clock. Mrs. George M. Patterson shows some improvement after quite an illness of several davs duration. ' Mr. Win. Pointer died at his home 'at Hammock, from paialysis( aged (?) ' SEVERANCE & SON Mary Moore Kancy was (lie.' attractive week-enriicm of Mm. IlnMilc, near Lancaster. Miss Hemic Haldcman will depart loday for Crab Orchard to visit Mn. james Buchanan.-Courie- r Journal. Francis Wcalhcrford, of Birming-hatAla.( i (lie guest of hit parents Sheriff J (;. Wcatherford and wife. A!r, Will Mathcny. Mlw Mary Morrison and Matlieny, ami Mr, Harry Hill were in Danville Sat urday. Mr and Mrs. Charley Samuels, of Somerset, arrived lat Saturday for a short visit to her hrothcr Mr. J. II. Moore. Russell IV Brown, bookkeeper of the l Hank & Truvt Co., of Lancaster, was the guest of his parents, Dr, laud Mrs. - J. llrown Monday. Hon. V. L. McCarty, president of the State Rank A Trust Co., came down from Stanford Monday to sec his moth. er, and returned Wednesday. Pine-vill- c Sun. Mr James M. McCarty, of Danville and Dr. Joe I. .McCarty, came in on Tuesday mornintf, to he with their mother. Mr McCarty relumed to Danville Wednesday night. Pinevillc Sun. Mr and Mrs. J. Lee Murphy, of Ilovic count v. delightfully entertained a number of their friends Saturday ev. enmg at their licautiful country home tin the Lancaster pike. The occasion was one of great pleasure. Mi d I.o-Ra- il n, I- J 'THE display of Spring Merchandise Every Section in Our Store Ready For Easter f I m Jrj0 X'rfM, s- -7 i s7rfV tv now as- y V I sembled in the Store's various Departments is as interesting as it is comprehensive. Notable for its individuality, selection and moderate prices. We have planned to do a big Easter business, and are confident we can supply your every need to your entire satisfaction. In addition to the large assortments of modish Garments for Women, Misses and Children, there is an unusually fine showing of Silks and other Dress materials, Dress Trimmings, Corsets," Gloves, Neckwear, Parasols and Novelties of all LANCASTER ,.i I V's .A ' Jniul kinds. Especial attention is called to our exclusive r.,rr ,. """" "" """ Eliza-Klirahc- e, Mc-Car- a 11 pii I . t 2 y II showing of Stylish and dependable Footwear for Women, Misses and Children in Colonials, Pumps and Strap Oxfords also, our usual strong line of high cut SHOES at correct prices. A SUPERB SHOWING OF Ii'V;fel ?J ,. Easter Suits, Coats, Dresses This splendid section on our second floor has in readiness for Easter an assemblage of Spring Apparel which, for its exclusive models, its variety of fabrics and its uniformly Low Prices, has no counterpart in this part of the State. ' m -I Exceptional Offerings For Easter Selling. $17.50, $19.75, $25 to $45 $12.50, $15, $16.50 to $25 SilkDresses$12.50,$15,$19.50, $25 to $45 Suit Prices--$1Coat Prices--$15, 0, Shcl-hjvill- e, hr ! Boys' Wash Suits We have added to our line a complete stock of splendid Wash Suits for Boys ages from 2 years to 7 years. This is a new department for us, and the styles and prices of these nobby little washable Suits are sure to appeal to the mothers of small boys. Prices are $1, $1.50 and $2. Children's Dresses An unusually attractive line of Children's and Misses' Wash Dresses, in white and colors, made of Ginghams, Linens Percales and White Batiste, daintily trimmed and in the season's newest models. Children's Dresses 2 to 6 years old, at 50c, 98c, $1.25 and $1.50. Misses' Dresses, 6 to 14 years old, at 50c, 89c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 to $5.00. - -- M Lan-Mr- 0rs.Davdy7)resser fr&sJbands unes ner clothes TUB DRESSES 'rti le and material at special $5.00 jears, Win. Kay, who is very ill. was compelled to undergo an operation. His condition is. regarded as quite critical hy his phy.icians, Dr. Jackson, of Danville and Elliott ot this City, I Mrs. James Collier is very ill at the home of her son, Charles Collier at Fok Ridge, Tenn. Mrs. Collier has been in failing health for some time, hut her condition is now regarded as serious. Mrs. J. Kockwcll Smith entertained and Hula Kay, of lAlanon, arrived the season. at handsome social function at "The Salmday for a isil to.Mrs. J. KockQuite u number of voting people from Manse" for her two attractive guests, wcll Smith. McKinney, were here Sunday evening Misses Kay ami Ljtle, of Lehanon. A driving and some of them had awful profusion of spring flowers were used HUSTONVILLE good looking horses and buggies and in decoration lent much charm to the Miss Uellc UorIc will he Mr. Geo. more than that some pretty girls. Come ' affair. WVatlicrford' diput at the post of- again boj'5 when the weather is fine. I The Senior class of 1914, of number fice. The B. L. A. Society will have an 14 in number have ordered 950 comMack Sutton is at home with hit exchange at Lair's Store next Satur-damencement invitations. The following parents after wandering the country The proceeds will go toward ones comprise the graduating class: for jears and found that there is no paying for the new electric lights, that Miss Patsy Kinnaird, llernie Lear, place on the globe like Hustonville, they are going to have put in at once. Maria Ilallard, Elizabeth Collier, I.m- Everybody is trying to garden some Francis Wcatherford came home on ',ma Walker, Patsy Anderson, Eliza last Thursday for a short visit to his this week. Todd and Mary Holtzclaw, Messm, parents and friendi here. There was no preaching at the BapHowcn Givtns, Carl Acton, Ecton Law- The spring like weather has put the tist church Sunday morning, owing to sun, Lticien Grant, Robert Tomlinson people on a rage about planting their the illness of the pastor. and Win. Swope. gardens. Uncle Walker Kout, of Peyton's Well Mr. Andrew Pajne died at his liomt I). G. Cover, of Stanford,, was here Xvas here Monday morning looking , in this county after a lingering illuesi Saturday on urgent business. well for a man of his age, of tnberculosi. fohowed hy a brief tr Cairo!! B. Reid came in Sunday Harry Camnitz, of Danville, came of pneumonia. The deceased is wcr Saturday for a short isit and re- from Lotmvillc to ipcod a few dajs. survived by a widow, two brothers and turned Sunday evening. with the homcfolks. two sisters, lie formerly lived in LinBen Compton, of Milledgcville, the Col. Hall Anderson, of McKinney coln, hut had been a resident of Gar-ra- Station, was here Saturday evening on big Q. & C, railroad agent at More county for a number of years. laud, was here Monday morning and business. Miss licMic Yantis has returned to Mr. John Wheat, of Brush Creek, had Adams Bros., to take his measure her home lit Indianapolis, after a visit Casey County, had a car o'f fertilizer for a new suit of clothes. to her aunt, Mrs. James A. Duddcrar. hauled through here from Moreland There will be no prcailung at the Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Kemper are back last Saturday. Christian church next Sunday morning in Old Kentucky after a winter's slav Thomas Chestnut and Will Robinson as the pastor will attend the dedication in Uiimingham, Ala., with their daughof Lancaster, were here Sunday evenof the new church at Danville. Usual ter, Mrs. Win. Anderson. Mrs, Jesse ing ladies. Come again boys; we won't evening service at 7 o'clock P. M. Arnold, of Frankfort is the guest of inn ladies. Come again boy we wont Quite a number from here will ather mother. Mrs. Ella Ileitis. Misses tell where jou were. They took supper tend the dedication at Danville on EasJane and Mary Doty have returned at the noted Wcatherford Hotel. ter. with from a visit her sister, Will Dunn went to Danville Friday Charlie Armstrong and Nancy Pey-to- u Mr. J, Bradford Jenning in Tulsa, of California, were united in holy with a wagon load of turnip greens, OUa. Mrs. Carlton Elkin is at home wedlock last Thursday evening at the which sold. He has lots more of them from a visit to her aunt, Mr. Kidd Christian church hy Rev. Frank Good, in Casey county. Misses Evelyn Lytic had quite a cold snap Friday for . Richard Downey, of the Rolling Welsh & Wiseman Company, DANVILLE, l,F'yjjcKTP! - KENTUCKY I'urk, was here Mondav morning on businos. G. C, Kiffe and A, J. Adams motored to iiojlc county Monday evening on a fishing trip. Lancaster Monday evening. 1 he Wcatherford store is installing oinc new glass counters, wiucn adds much to the looks of ever) thing in the dry gods department. Some one threw a rock through the glass door of the store of W. H. Lair Sunday night. Whether it was an accident or not is hard to tell. Some think that it must have been robbers, but an way it was a very ugly piece of work on the part of the one that did it. There is a sharp lookout for the guilty party and if caught will be dealt with heavily. Such is a very cowardly deed and if accidentally done why not come up like a man and own up to same as it would look a great deal better than to keep mum. G, M. Givens' eye is a great deal better and will be in fine shape soon. .las. Cash, of Turuersville, was in town Monday on business. Dr. Childress set his fruit trees out Monday. John B. Chambers is here cleaning out cisterns without taking the water out. Dr. Alcorn is having his store recently vacated by Anderson & Walker, remodeled, by J, B. M)crs, the carpenter of Moreland. Drilling for oil in the Milledgei!Ie section will begin in earnest in a few- days. i . A ' , Kastrr Egg Hunt Saturday Afternoon The children of the Baptist church will give an Faster hunt Saturday afternoon at 3.30 in Mrs. Shtlton M. Saufley's yard. All denominations are S. A. Walker and family went to invited Come and bring your dime and enjoy the hunt. 28-- 2 yt IMPORTANT TO ALL WOMEN READERS OF THIS PAPER Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney troubles, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. f the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other organs to become diseased. You may suffer a great deal with pain in the back, bearing down feelings, headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes ou nervous, ir it ritable and may be despondent J makes any one so. But hundreds of women claim that by restorDr. Kilmers Swamp-Rooing health to the kidneys, proved to be just the remedy needed to overcome sucli conditions. A good kldnev medicine, pas.sessiuu real healing and curative value, should be a blessing to thousands of nervous, d women. Many sen for a sample bottle to the great Kidsee what Swamp-Rooney, Liver and Bladder Remedy; will do for them. Every reader of this paper, who has not already tried it, by enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., may receive sample size bottle by Parcel Post. You can purchase the regular fifty-ceand size bottles at all drug stores. t, over-worke1 t, nt one-doll- Your wife or sweetheart will like your clothes if you buy them from us, because women know more about materials and styles than men do, anyhow. We are not afraid to have our clothing and furnishings subjected to the closest scrutiny. A man owes it to his wife and sweetheart to dress well; it helps them socially. It also helps him socially and in business. We will not rob you, but give you honest Clothing, furnishings and hats for honest prices A new Spring line of straw hats, shirts, underwear; oxfords for ladies, men and children. A new line of Tango Ties, the "latest." Men's and Boys' Clothing at cost to close out. ni J. F. CUMMINS Opposite Court House, Stanford, Kentucky jet-W- V t GUI TME INTERIOR JOURNAL FARM AND STOCK STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, AFRIL AwOHCftfMARKCT VALUC 7, 114 V NEWS PAH) FOR International Harvester Oil and Gas Engines A i vrsys TlielHCLiiie Tums-AND HAT MACHINES fcaJara, Raaaara HMfcra, lakaa, Stacktra Har laaJara Har rVaaaw nl should be cared for and a dozen years or more from now it will still be working for It' will save yon and your family endless hours of hard labor in pumping, sawing, grinding, spraying, running separator, etc. Buy an 1 H C engine. They last longer, burn less fuel, are simpler, and give you most power. Here are a few of the reasons: Offset cylinder heads, largo valves, accurately ground piston and rings, heavy drop forged crank shafts and connecting rods, etc Best material and construction mean the best engine. I II C engines are built in all stIes, I'. They operate and in all sties from 1 to on low and high grade fuels. Not every local dealer handles II1C engines. The one who does is a good man to know. If you do not know who he is, we will tell ou when you 50-I- L International Harvester BUY an take care of it as any machine wh mm CORN MACHINU Ftaatara, Pltktra Biaaart, CaMralara Eaailafa Cafltta SMUn. SaraMars T1UACE. a. Sariat TaatV, aa Dak Hirrawi Calriratara GINERAL LINE MatlCubriM Oil Tractors Maaara Saraaaara Craaa Saaaratari FamWafaaa Kiin Tfk Cnki Drill rtn ulucft Kadfatraaaan MtrTwkw write us for catalogues. htemtioia! Hamster Conpuy of America ItacaraorstM) New Albany Ckastea Daerlaf Ind. McOm'ck Klwukta Oakatw PUf (ftJDEHLER, IT PKSfl II iissisMfMMaBBl r 11 0 R A Practical Truck at a Practical Price NELSON GARAGE Demonstration on Request DANVILLE, KY. Winners on the Track and In the Show Ring Against the Best in the Land ,k ' n Chimewood has the distinction of being more sought after by Government Commission than any stallion in America, and they offered the largest price. $3,000 00 cash, they offered for any stallion, which was refused TERMS are Thistle Doune, $33.00 to insure; Chimewood, $25.00, to Insure. Mares kept on grass at owner's risk. For further information and extended breeding with descriptive catalogue, address. this jear The only real proof of the individuality and soundness of the stallion Is the show ring. It gives Melrose Farm great pleasure to again offer the sern vices of the horses, Thistle Doune, winning race record 2:09 on the grand circuit and winner of the champion roadster stallion class at the Kentucky State Fair, 1913, and Chlmewood, 2:1? considered by many the handsomest trotting stallion in the world, winner of the trotting bred stallion class at the Kentucky State Fair, 1913. Baldy McGregor 2:06 who recently sold for $40,000 00 in Europe and Lassie Mc Gregor, who recently sold for $10,000 00 in this country, are a brother and sister of Thistle Doune, 2:09 who is himself the sire of Zuli-k- a and Madora Doune (2), 2:26 2:29 and who has a large cumber of colts in training in the bands of Kentucky's famous reinsman, Ben Kennedy, and it is confidently expected that a number will race to fast records well-know-4 -4 4, 4, -4 4, of Springfield Woolen Mill Compaii), of Springfield. Tcnn, andwill pa) highest prices for same We want jour trade See us before jolt sell J D ads & Son, lfred, Stanford, Ky Mrs Cicero Itejnolds Ixiught of Will Merslum last week, two 115 ihhiikI hogs at eight ami a half cents per pound R V Morton, of this cit) Ixiught 46 hogs in the Wa)iicsburg section at 6 to 7 cents pir pound R F. Morton sold to Mack I'ubaiiks hogs at 7 of Bovlc count) 25 $450)O. VOL will find the best oik grease 4 cents per ixuiiid ttc. at J C McClarj's Harness Store Will Bright, cashier of the Lincoln C LL ami sec my Mock of all kinds Count) National Bank, sold to Sam C It will pa) )oti J of harness hogs at Holticlaw, twent) f 1 'W Jones liotight of R. E Morton eight cents per miuiii1. tcl 70 pound hogs at seven and a hall Underwood Defeats Hobson cents per oiind Incomplete returns from the MR FVRMPR You want some senatorial prnnar) indicate that ccd corn that is sure to gergo-iminate, and make the most bushels. If 0car W. Underwood has a substanvou do, call on W.P White, out on tial lead over Richmond P. Hobson for ,ikr it... Stanford and Preachersville the Democratic nomination for United or I.iecc & Collier Crab Orchard. b Underwood The Senator Stales of W M C C. Withers bought of steer calf headquarters claimed a nujorit) a fine 30,000 at midnight, while Hobson is.iturda) for which he paid $22.50 Dr. J. T Morns, out on Route No no statimcnt 1, bought of R. li. Morton, eight ewes Burglar a Good Judge of Tobacco ami ten lambs at ?o50 pvr head with Walter L Jones, one of the most ewes thrown in. traveling J. M. Buchanan, of Mustonville, sold popular and ' liustlmgcst" two dozen PI) mouth Rock hens last men who ever went out of Stanford week to P.d W.vatt, which brought the is beng congratulated on all sides upon the popularitv of the Red J tobacc i sum of $17.50. Proof of its merit and A T N'unnclley, owner of the stoik that he sells favor with the people was ampl) de puis of this cit), sold Mxtccn hogs at eight cents per pound to Sam numerated in the recent burglars ol the Stanford iostoffue when the thief Castcllo. county, or thieves stopped long enough in their Hcnrv liros, of Nicholas upon the cah drawer to sold last week to Walter Stone and W. operation W. riigg. "f Moorcficld, a fine black break open a package of Red J tobacco, which was addressed to Mr Jones, for $800 T V Jonc. a local dealer, sold to and to appropriate a considerable quau-tit- v, showing that the midnight visit Sam Molticlaw, of the Turncrsville hogs at seven to Uncle Sam's local office was unsection, tin doubtedly a gentleman of as discrimiand a halt cents per pound. near Hubble, nating taste in In tobacco as he is Til ford Alexander, family horse a financier void of scruple Mr. bought a five-- ) ear-ol- d from a party near Prcachersvillc,, last Jones sajs that he is satisfied that the burglar is a good judge of tobacco, week for which he gave $150. S S Ralls, of Sharpesburg', sold anv w a), whether or not he's good any last week to a llourlion bujer, a pair other wav of etra nice draft mares, for $400. Mr. Kentucky Horses Sell High in East Ra'ls also sold three head of )earling mules to Hughes Atkinson, of MontThat Kentuck) bred saddle horses are much in demand on the New- - York gomery, at $700 Ucan and Hutching, prominent stock market was made evident when J C Cook's black gelding. The Battler, was dealers, of I!o)lc count), taught 28 sold at public auction for $2,(XX) The hogs of Joe Irvine, of Dan- purchaser was A. II Corsden. a wealville, 20 head of J G Whitthouse and thy horse fancier of New York Cit) The price was one of the highest ever e 20 of Farris and McConnell, of paid at public auction in New York for at eight cents per pound Thomas W i Kentuck) saddle horse Sterling, Miirph), Hotting horse driver, acted Jas M Hutsell, of Mt. bought last week of Ira G Sharp, of as bidder for Mr Corsden, and he also Springfield, 111 , 25 yearling mare mules bought the chestnut gelding Lagle Bird the the extra good ones, at a fane) price. forFor Ga) millionairea horseman. Kenregistered Garellc. These mules are said to be as good as tuck) saddle bred mare alxuit 15 1 county. hinds high. Albert Mejcr, a Brooklvn were ever seen in Montgomery George D. Boone, out at Traylor's dealer, paid $630 Martin J. Ajlvvard. Mr. another dealer, bought the beautiful tiought three mixed cattle from chestnut mare Maggie O'Donnell. 15.2 Yentsch. the German farmer, for $115. hands high, for $075 F.mil Scelig. a from Mr. Berkholt he got a herd of prominent New York dealer, paid $410 four; and has recently bought up 14 for the brown gelding Lady of Quality, hogt of various parties at seven cents 15.1 hands3 high. , Perfect Lad) J a bay hand-high, went to Mr mare, 15 a pound. Gerard's bid of $585, Catherine Win Milton Leavers, of Carpenter's Creek ters, a chestnut mare. 152 hands, to V. near IIiMonville, sold to J J. Allen, Day for S385; Doc Oldham, a weight-carrjibrown gelding. 15.3 hands, to of Hustonvillc, five head of General Howard Carroll for$42o; Dick lio(.s at seven and a half cents per Laccfield. another bay weight carrier, pound. He also sold to 1M Buchanan to Mr Day for S335, and Ann Davis. of Hustonvillc, five head of a mare, to v S. vVanamaker. for $300 hogs at seven and a half cents. From all reports, we have been able HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT to gather, there are verj few butcher cattle on fetd in Kentuck) at the pres- The People's Market Place Adver-YoStock ent time, sa)s the Bourbon Have to Sell tise What Journal. Probably the usual number HA P J, W Stewart to paint )our oi heavy steers in Central Kentuck), and the distillery cattle are at least 1(1 roof. He will charge ,)ou 20 cents a per cent short of last season. This square seems to indicate higher prices for 1 d ) Rc)nolds, sold a veal calf for Arnold. to R Dan Tra)lor, a fanner out on the (ioli'ti pike, Iiotiglw a sow and pijis of K I., llorton at $35 C. T llohoii & Son, Lebanon, sold to John Tclgcr, Shohotiicr, ta , 31 Jcrsc) cows and heifers at $5250 each S J Hell sold last week to Jamc M Oovcr, a farmer nut on the Danville pike, fmir.nmlc coin at $90 per head 11 I) Holticlaw. of the Walnut Flat f near section. sold to John Rigsh), shoals at Prcaclicrsvillc. ten ciidil cent-- per pound U D Holticlaw, five miles cast of Stanford, boitiiht Iwcntv M) pound W shoats at 'even cents from J Creech, of Past Ilcnistadt the of LmcaMcr. sold lobti N ba'n.Uome jack, Hovd Wagers, to Mr Charlie Creech, of Oar rani count) for ticcro $f t HIDES "SKINS JOHN WHITE & GO. IOUIBVII.IC. KY, SILAS SHELBURNE, TOBACCO FERTILIZERS LEXINGTON, KY. fr-tillr- ESTABLISH ID 183 7 TO Till-- . FARMFRS -- We arc in the wool business for the well known firm Ro, 3-- Mc-Uar- v 28-t- d d 26-2- 400-pou- We ate pttpattd to furnish ertiyone In the llurlty Tobacco section with our Fertiliser, mde especially lot er Chtmlc.il Co., reliable business men, nd the Urctst manufcturti of Burley Tobacco, by the VltRlnls-CotolI- n in the wotld. Our fertlliier contains mote potash than any other for the money, which la most needed for tobacco crop; don't use a fertlliier that you know nothing about, aa it may do your crop more harm than fcood, having in it too much ammonia and Phosphoric Acid, which will make your crop wild, red, and without finish. Ws refer to It C. Cuttls, State Chemist, who advised the mixture for Durley Tobacco, or to anyone who used it Uft season. Mr. B. F. Schertfus, Tobbace Expert of the United States Agricultural Department, writes: "I tried your fertlliier on an acre of tobacco last year, securing an average yield of 1,640 lbs., which I consider fair, taking lntO( account that the tobacco was transplanted late, and the season was too dry for the fertiliser to get in full action, I un glad to state that I think welt of your fcrtilittr, as it is about, in my opinion, the proper formula for. Burley Tobacco J. W Duncan, of Jessamine county, made 1,900 lbs, per acre which he sold at an average of 117, Mr. N. H. Witherspoon, a banker at Winchester, used it on hit tobacco crop, and got a fine yield, and good prices. Since then he and W, R. Sphar have bought 32 tons for their wheat crop. W, R. Spahr, Cashier of Bank it Winchester, used it on 30 acres, mostly timothy tod, made 1,63 lbs., to the ure, which sold tor an average of $13 2$ He only used 200 lbs, to the icie, drilling it in the row, He used 200 lbs., lo the cie, part of Z. C. "rtnore on 17 acres made 1,690 lbs, and made an average of $15.23 It drilled In the row, and the other part betide the row after the crop was planted W C WigKlnglon, of Scott county, saya he made 230 lbs, more per acre where he used the fertiliser, and it stood the drouth much better than the other. Sa)t It is the only fertlliier he would be willing lo recommend to hit , friends. county, writes us: "I used 330 lbs., to the acre broadcast, and raised a nice T. W. Montloy, of Montgomery crop on very ordinary land. Have uied several kinds, but youtt It the best, at it gives tobacco a nicer finish and better color than anything I have ever tried, and makes. It ten days earlier." King Todd, of Montgomery county, averaged $14; hit neighbor In lard Just over the fsace arersjed $5 sad less tobacco to the acre. made A bu)er on the Mt. Sterling matket a)s he could walk over the warehouse lloor and tell the cropt that used our fettlllrer by the color and texlure of the tobacco We advise the use of 30 lbs. to the lw square yards on your plant beds, also on your gardens, It yon want eartv vegetables. As to the best methods of using this fertlliier on your tobacco land, will say that we think broadcast, and cut it in with a disc harrow, oi drill it in with a wheat or It best to sow four or five hundred fertiluer drill, but if you do not wish lo use so much you can drill In the row before planting and on both aides of the row after planting, in this case 230 lbs, would be sufficient to make a good crop. We are confident It will make you an earlier and brighter crop Patties who used it on a few rows across the field report that the difference could be seen a long way oft. Burley Tebsccs :rc Our fertllliers, which were made by the advice cf Mr. Cuilt 5t( C""!lt of 2 per cent. Ammonia, 5 per cent. Phosphoric Acid, and 10 per cent Potash; more Polath than can be bought in an) other fertlliier for the money, which it $3t per ton, cash. Write or phone us at any time. 1 one-four- th lb, fr C5s-pos- ed SILAS SHELBURNE, Lexington, Ky. STOP CATARRH Use H)omei You Breathe It Unique Character Dies in Bell (I'inevillc Sun) John Smith, better known to lite this in public as "Crowing John,", county, dud Hnda) morning of pneumonia, aged aliout f5 )cars "Crowing" John Smith was a tj pi cat frontiersman of the Daniel lloone 1) pc, and his death removes mie more of the fe remaining members of a class now fast becoming extinct even His long "hog" rifle in the mountains shot iwuclt ami owder horn, coonskin cap and dog were his constant companions and most tingled fricllN, and woe to the squirrel that came within sight of his unerring e)C 'through some remarkable control of his vocal cords, lie was able without other assistance to intimate with wonderful exactness the crowing of a cock, lurking of a dog or squirrel, figli'ing of cats and many other fami-Ih- r sounds of woods ami fa mi) a rd It was this attainment that won for lino the nickname "Crowing John" Dan-vill- Unless properl) trc.ttcd tins disci-- e often leads to a .nous if nut fatal ailment It is needless to allow catarrh to rum )our health use ll)omei it is certainl) effective relief for catarrh treatill- It's the ment N ou breathe it no stomach dosing No household should be without ll)oinei. Il not mil) kivcs nuck and lastiiiK benefit in cacs of catarrh but one of the sure: and most pleasant i treatments for head cold, sniffles, or croup of children II)omei is a combination of antiseptic oils jou breath- - it hsiiib .i small inhiler The air laden with hcalth-rc- storuiK II)oinci soothes, heals and viinflamed talizes the sore, raw and membr.me of the brcathinn organs al There is no other mot immediate!) remeil) that benefits so surely or so refunded b) d 1 MonC) tpucklv. if )ou are not satisfied Petui), Do not be without llvomei another tlav. DniKKists cver)wliere sell it. Get the complete outfit?! 00 sire this of contains the inhaler and lwttle liquid dircct-to-thc-sp28-3- l.lojd A l"tmater at Itankin has been apKmtcd Rankin, Wayne county. FARMERS INTEREST SEED CORN Will Increase Your Yield 10 to 30 Bushels Per Acre. iru )tm have now, if )ou plant FARMERS INTERit will beat it 10 to .10 bushels per acre. Farmers Interest, has been bred fop 18 )cars Ilarren stalks have been eliminated, the ears grow very large and the qualit) is high This variet) has alva)s won the highest houors at the great International Ojrn Impositions, open to the world, from the first one held in Chicago in 1907, down to and including this )ear, 1914. The selection, breeding and improvement of this corn hat conferred on farmers, and all the people, greater benefits than all the work of Luther Burbank, the plant witard of California. Die 1c.it expensive and most certain way to improve a corn crop is to let others do the breeding and )ou bit) the result at a small price per bushel. Tor a farmer to produce a bushel of com like we will sell him for a couple of dollars would require the work of vcars north a thousand dslsr: cr tr. ore, for a FREE sample and further particulars and photo Vnd )oitr productions of grand sweepstakes exhibitt. fletter write NOW The photographs of priie-vinning corn are well worth seeing Named and introduced by We care not what c EST WHITE DENT alongside of it Raster Entertainment at Moreland There will be an Haste entertain- d d ment li) the children of the Moreland Methodist church on the ninht of Mas ter Sunda), for the benefit of home and foreign misisons. Hvcr)one is invited to be present. Spring Millinery Opening ! will have a complete line of spring milliner) on display at my store on lluirsda), April 9th Ever) body most cordially invited. Mrs S. J. Tatem, 28-Crab Oiehard 3 v O. K. Seed Store, Dept. Udianapolis, Indiana. Mention the I. J. Whoi Writing. u S. C. Black Orpington Eggs. $3 per setting of IS Fawn and White Indian per 15 Mrs. S. J. Embry, Stanford, Ky. Runner Duck eggs, $t 00 27-4- fs '1 lie sale of live stock held by Insure vour orooerlv uih Bromlev & Bromlrv. Stanford. Kv. Eastir Opening A NICE DISPLAY OF EASTER HATS WILL BE SHOWN AT OUR STORE, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE BEFORE BUYING. Hill's S. C. R. I. Reds and S. C. White Orpiifttis. J. G. CECIL, Lur",,n0.ni:i!i"'"nr8 DANVILLE, KY. $320 to $395 per it Thompson at Loretto, was I will plow and harrow )our garden attinded, and stock of all kinds sold in good shape at a reasonable price, W well. Fie pairs of mules brought from M. Adams, Phone 173. pair;-128-2- 1' 6 Richmond Have won first prires at Louisville. (State Fair)' Hopkinsville, My birds are not only prize winners, but Danville and Stanford, in 1913. great egg machines. Ten pens mated, eggs at reasonable prices. Write for for mating list and show record. Also Fiun Indian Runner ducks eggs sale. Rett cockerels for sale at $2 to SS each. A. C Hill. Stanford, Kentucky. tuo- - ear-ol- d PUBLIC SALE! AS I HAVE QUIT FARMING AND EXPECT TO ENGAGE BUSINESS 1 WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON , - IN OTHER i Saturday, April 11, 1914 AT 1:30 P M. ON THE PREMISES IN SHELBY CITY The properly below mentioned My home in Shelby Cit), Ky, a duelling house of four rooms, hall and two porches, Miction and summer smoke house, good wells of never failing water, 2 good warehouses, strongly built, suitable for storage of hay and grain, I good corn crib, 2 adjoining, well floored sheds, suitable for storage of 350 bbls corn, good stock barn, hog sheds and about two acres of land, fenced into four tots There is no better place than this tor an) one wanting: to go into the hay and .(rain business. Is I already have a well established trade in this line. J will also at the same time sell all of my farming implements: 2 mowing machines, 4 turning plows, plows. Some 1 e corn planter, 1 smoothing harrow, 1 good laud roller, the slat kind, e 2 wagons. 1 lightning hay press given up to he the best press in the neighborhood and with lightest draft, Quite a lot of plow and wagon harness, hay ropes and hay forks, picks, shovels, scoops, log chains and lots of small things, but useful. iDO barrels corn, this corn is good for sttd From 500 to 1000 bales of the best of ha and oats. Will give possession of the place and all buildings 30 days after sale. Some household furniture TERMS On real property, one-hacash, balance in one and two years. one-hortwo-horstwo-horslf r M N il i hi 1 mules brought an average of $111.50 per head; 9 )carling horse mules brought $55 50 per head and 15 head of horses sold at from $40 to $150. Cows brought from $40 to $65. A D. Bradshavv, of Brjantsu'llc, Garrard county, sold his handsome bred jack, Bradshaw's Morgan, to S M Wilson, of llarrislmrg. Ill, for $90000 The jack was shipped to Wit-so- n 'lluirsday morning. At Louis Kassenbrook's sale 15 miles north of LaGrange, the fololwing prices were realized; 16 head of grade Horses as $67 milch cows averaged high as $192 per head; one pair of 10 hands seven ear old horse mules at $342; ewes $7 50 per head Corn $525 per bbl. J R. Ramsc), of Carrolltotu sold to Campbell, LaMastir and Williams. 16 head of 1,000 pound cattle (silage fed) at $7 20 per hundred. P. B. Gaines. Carrollton sold to same parties 23 1.135 pound cattle at 750 and 14 head of 950 pound ) curlings at $7.20 per hundred t I J Pace's sale near Veechdale, a lug crowd attended and good prices were realized on all of the offerings. A mules sold for pair of marc mule, $253, $465; four-- ) ear-ol- d six-- ) ear-ol- d mare mule, $155; cows brought from $35 to $80 per head, sheep averaged $1025, sow and shoats, $50, six-- ) ear-ol- d horse, $165. ld and PLA.VIS Cabbage, toinatos, all kinds of vegetable plants. All kinds of potted and cut flowers, and bulbs. I.d Hubbard, Stanford. 26-4- ' Barred Plymouth Rocks have two pens that are prize winners: one headed by cockerel of indi. vitlual merit; the other one by )carling cock that is hard to beat. Eggs from cockerel pen, ?1 50 per 15, eggs from cock pen, ?! per 15. ROBERT CARTER I G. B. PRUITT. Moreland. Kv. FUR SAI.I1. S. C. Brown Leghorn eggs, 50 cents per setting, of 17 and $250 per 100 Mrs. W. F. Dishon, 28-- 1 Stanford, Route No. 1 Give Your Horses a Hair Cut A SPOTTKD mirror is an c)esore to tlie neat and well appointed room, it is not serviceable I make mirrors and I old ones, work guaranteed clean wall paper, painted walls, car oil paintings, pets, picture frames, etc. F I. Stepp, Phone 142 P. O. Box p 55, Stanford, Ky. er 27-4- When )ou invest your money in my white Pl mouth Rock Kggs. )ou ou will get birds that are thoroughbred made a profitable investment. as white as snow. I guarantee to please vou. Send in )our order Price $1.50 and $1 and 50c for 15 eggs. Will give a discount on 100 egg Have a few cockerels at $1 each. L. W. Cundiff, Liberty, Ky. White Plymouth Rock Eggs. Buff Orpingtons have and now. lots. S. C. Ilred uon best foundation ttock for )earf for egg production, t)pe ami colNot high priced, but or Lggs fertile, chicks strong. Kggs for hatching will produce what )ou want. Write. J. C. McCLARY, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. tlirr no not rtsrb lh br UkI ppllittluua (liuiwd arHon of lh fir. Tlicre U oulr uus to rnr iUsfix-- . mil lUit l br ruuttltutlou-i- t uir D lufliiufd l riunl br rrnKlle. ltri'lM-rumlttlon of tb muroiu IIdIik of I bo LuiUtblia Wbfn IbU tuba U InfliiurJ Jou bT Tube. bn ruinbllDC tvtiud or Iniprrfrct tirtrlm, ind Il U riltrtlr rlowd lirafursa li tue rimilt, mil tiki-out ind unlru Ibe IiiBtDinitllouIK etu b roudltluu, brar-In- c noruul IbU tube rtitoml to will bo dntrojritl forcirrt uliw nan out u( Dotbln Ifi ar. rauanl br fatarrb. wblcb Ik surfarra. but au latlaaird condition of lb liiurout W. will (It Oiio lluodrrd Dollara for aojr taaa of DrafutM Irauard br ratarrb) tbal cannot bo rurrU b Hall a Catarib Cure. Kcnd for circular., fri. y j cilPSEV CO, TolKlo, O. Mil br DruffUta. TSo. Take Uall'a faoill I'llla for coDttlpatlun. Deafness Cannot Be Cured Indian Runner Duck Eggs For Sale ,jraA. at ta- ImU tfca BfW Tavk Mt -t 14 wlala CMpiadavyMjU4i atari. walmataaa maad hm tka kallar. ! aaara real aastw, f mI batta avaal do barttor watt. ClaawrttitUa part Mvmi tu FOR SALK I. Eggs from pure bred Indian Runner Ducks, $1 per setting of U. Wolford N. Lovcll, Stanford. 24 STEWART Your Opportunity is Here 'llic past season the demand has far exceeded the supply of our Tarred PI) mouth Rocks. If you enjoy raising poultry let us start you em the rirfht roatl It costs no more to feed and care for a bird that will rapidly sell for $5 00. than it does one that tells foi 50c. If you think )ou can't sell )our birds at good prices, we will be glad to place them for I am sure that our southern trade atone will demand more birds than Lincoln Farm. A. C. wc can ixissibly raise. Mating list gladly furnished. Coffey, Mgr, McKinnc). Ky. $ BALL BEARING 7 MACHINE E. T. PENCE, STNFORD, KY. )u, 3 two-hors- e cultivators, 3 Equals 25 also our M paf. IHuslri-tc- d book, IuHjf tipliinlat Its lists. Address I BccDe: Stock McdJdfl CoapMr. CtotUnooH. Tea. Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!! 3 hay rakes, Terms or Personal Property, Ca$h. Sale rain or shine. AT THE SAME TIME WE WILL SELL FIFTY ACRES OF NICE FARMING LAND ADJOINING; LAND IS ON GOOD PIKE FOUR MILES FROM DANVILLE AND MILE FROM CITY JUNCTION CASH BALANCE IN 1 AND TWO YEARS. TERMS. -3 A startling statement but a true one in this case. One tewpoontul of medicine and two pounds of your own ground feed (cost about 3 cents' equal, in what they do for your animals and to wis, two pounds of any ready-mad- e stock or poultry tonic (price 25 cents). There you are I It you don't believe it, try it out I Buy, today, a can of SEED CORN! Hoonc Count) White and Hed cob corn from the crops of 1912 also Reid's Yellow Dent crop of 1913 which has been care, full) hand picked as well as alt other farm seeds write for samples and price, I toCItry medicine. have Single Comb White Lghonis, Rlack Orpington, White Rocks nnd Blue Indian Runner and WilU Mallard uucks. wc nave finest mat- Andalusian. wui naicu winings ever owned, anil are in a position to lunmu egg ners and layers. Send orders ahead if vou want eggs delivered promptly, Ve Fggt from prize mating $500. $400. $300. $200 and $1.00 per fifteen. can tpare tcvcral nice ii. C. White Leghorn cockerels at $500 each if taken LOMBAKUY HE1UJH5 fUULlKI at once. Jno O. Reid, Prep., Stanford, Ky. '" Geo. H. Simpcon, Shelby City, Ky. Isa IVl Dec icc ST0CK POULTRY 2-- 4 Country Raised Buff Orpingtons Eggs for talc. Hatch about 95 per cent every time; fowlt pure strain, fine and healthy, are fine winter la)ert. C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No. 2, .Stanford, Ky. 23-2- p mwciiic Mc, sec sad $i. ft W, BUSH, NELSON, RB.i Lexington, Ky. f vrmmwrnmarwwm s ..tmm j-rt- r . rwnrTW'i wywhaUK ) 8 Puges Today ESTABLISHED 1B0 33th YEAR. NO. 28. The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, 5 Second Section TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS APRIL 7, 1914 HALE, HEARTY AND HAPPY AT93 PANAMA-PACIFIC .....v.. INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915. "Uncle Billy" Penin, Deictibed In Missouri Paper 'I lie St Joe. Mil, (Jau'ttc in a recent ismic contained a dispatch from Dc.irlxiru, which wan a sketch of "I'nclc Hilly" Pirrin. who was horn in Lincoln county ami is a brother-in-laof Mr, b. J. Kmlir), Sr.. of Stanford, and lias many other relatives in tins sect urn The stor) of Mr I'errm l ry interest itiK and read as followsDcarliorn, Mo., Feb 14. There is one big south window in Dcarliorn th.it 11 alvva.vs cheery and sunshiny whatever the weather outside may be. There is a window hclf full of bright blooming pl,int anil beside this sits "t licit Hilly" I'crrin,' the man who has more friends than any one in this part nl the state William K i'crrin, who is nearl) 95 jcars old, sits da) after ila hi Ins big- padded rocker, snt'ikiug his much stained rob pipe g and Kalinin the ucusiuuirs or Ins friends. Sometimes with I iiij a paper beside him, lie will grow reminiscent and in his slightly qtiiMriug oice, pausing often in the midst of a sentence for several nlimt-Its- , ho will talk about his younger M, niter-lainhi- v iSEe i I "ffM'tSflila I i jylgflMHiSWsSsRyjTjKss i-H- fMiVfiiiisiiil Ji litis SwSSMIh WOK 'AsfiM?- I the St Joseph Ciairttc, was fifty cars ago when I firt subscribed Jim Hums and Cal owned it then Later Mont Cochran had it I in gung to take it all the rest cf mi life" Was Born in Kentucky I'crrin was liorn near Walnut Flat in inc .In ci.uiitv, Ky . Sept. 24. IHI9, story in a tin) old one and a half l.rivk liniic crick ran nearb) and ai old fashioned mill wheel churned the water into foam each day It was Hilly" spent the lim tint (.'iii-lgrtater pari of his time. plajing in the nek 'I tt k in it 1 e (.omlctit, lll. bf I'lntmi Pacific Intern un I.tpoalllon. echo towor In thu IYithu or Kail Court At night tho Kant Court, with H pavements of gold. Its groat bank of flower, and Its lofty palms, will ho floodid with light Musical mnsterpleces of tho world will bo rendered by tho chlrnea In tho tow em Orent saengi-rfest- s and choral festivals will assemble upou the rtiMirn of the court in tho Kestlre Court, the visitor will behold a vision surpassing tho richest dreams of Oriental or Moorish architecture Tho floors of this court will bo In tesselatod pavements of gold Jn the center of the court will bo groat groups of sculpturo with fauns, dancing Ciymphs and satjrs There, will be great fountains upon which magic ifthU ili piny at night and, at night this mystic court, as all other, will bo flooded by a glow of Indirect light which will resemble a bright moonlight. At the south end of tho court will bo a huge towor 270 foot In height in which will bo a great organ with echo organs In smaller towers of tho court Tho Festive- Court will bo a court of music, of acting, and symphonic dancing Hero will assembU many of tho great pageants of OrionUI nations that will tako part during Ujo exposition; hero too will come many of tho processions from the amusoment center, which will bo designed to draw visitors from tho more serious phkses of tho exposition. AN "Uc 1k)s" .ud the old man, "used to tii' boards to our feet and skate in I walked ue.irl) three tli w liter tunc iiu'ii t ' school, a little log- affair, with a l g "lit nit on one side fur iiulit There were no window panes We had a spin log for a seat. We had the rule of three and sang our geography and spelling cery day There were no Simdav schools in those d.i)s, but we had siimuig school once a week at the little church, where joung folks from the whole cimutr.vsidc gathered to sing ami hae a good time 'Mans a tune." went on. I'nclc llil-I- ). as he fumbled for his pipe "Many a tune I've gone to school without a In fact I never own. sii'K on mv foot ed a i"air f 1km?s or a pair of trous ers tmfi I w.i' I. v ears" old I wore a linen fla slip which hail been made We raised the flax and I at home helped skutrh and handle it so my mother Coiiltl M'iu and weave it Ail 'In iliildrcu dressed the same w.i) then. Has His Little Joke "When was I married'" This is a 'oves to answer. I'crrin question "First, when I was 15 and my wife was years old'" he will sa.v and then if some stranger is listening and expresses surprise or consternation at such a youthful I'nclc Tlill) marriage chuckles softly, well pleased with him 1 water" self and says" "You see, it was in a play that Alary Catherine Shanks and I were married the first time, then wc were engaged for six )cars after that before we really married. Wc had nine children, four girls and one boy of whom arc still living, Grandchildren' Why, llinhe." he turned to his daughter, Miss liirdic I'crrin, with whom he lives, "there are twenty-si- x grandchildren, aren't there? And I've got twenty-twMrs Terrm died in 1875. Although born in Kenttick), I'crrin has spent most of his life in and near Camden I'oint, Mo. most of the tunc as a farmer, though for a few vcars before he married lie clerked in Ins father's store He helped three in Camden I'oint times to build Camden Point college, and during the war he anil his brother. tumonti rcrrin. spent 3i,iiM to iioiu tin. institution for the Christian church For the last six jcars he has lived in Dearborn, renting Ins farm. As a voting- man, I'nclc Hill was strong and rugged and even now he does not complain of an ache or pain He is slightly deaf and sometimes lie s,i)s his c)cs grow tired so he cannot read inticlj for davs at a time. He attributes his long life lo legtil.ir habits He goes by the clock in eating and sleeping and resting. He drinks plentv of water, cats eggs the )car around, likes most vegetables, and thinks sausage the best of meats He makes his breakfast on grapciiuts or oatmeal and one cup of coffee. Ca)cnne pepper is tin one thing he mut have ever) meal Always Uses Same Razor shaves himself with a Uncle Hill 25 cent razor which he liought in when he first began to shave He is fond of company cspeculiv children and voting people, and likes to know evcrv thing that is going on the telephone rings, he Whenever makes Mrs I'crrin tell him who it was and what was said. He is always interested in new things. From a mantle near his chair hangs a toy airship and the tabic is strewn with the lat est ideas in mechanical toys, which he loves to look at. He loves to n Ic n: an automobile and often wishes he had our The gentle, checrv faced old man. loved by all who know him, and happy, seems always contented and every evening hose who iass Ins home can hear the sweet tremulous notes of some old hvmn and they know that Uncle Hillv is his usual happy o Ken-tuc- PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915 V ' P, W I 0 gmrim l tV1 kP-,Jss)JsJ8lTfVSr?Ti'JT WiHsssssVTs'TCsssfc' M sssssssM8r.lsW j mr ?sj1?.l-I-CsT4JJJ ft'g"- -' 1 ."j ' Wftr l VV f : ffM v i'St WMssssr"" Coprrlsht, rjM s rss "TWIKMImmmmmmmBIKTmmmmmmm llll. br rsnama-Pictno ti nin nr i ' "jtrvmL Q5r3(ttjeC!8s5K 'm. ,,. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwr ,. OTtgT!'ffiffroswiiyffffnTOyffi-iiHtMHsswyss-wf- i - f Inttrnstlonal Enpoiltlon. biubs; set in tno west enu or tho south garden, opposite the Palaco of Education, Its glittering dome, 1C5 feet high win do seen as one of tho striking features by those who enter tho exposition from tho tropical south gardon. PANAMA-PACIFI- C IIUILDINO at Kxposltlon. Tho building will H UIITK'CI.TURALbo ono of the mosttho Panama Pacific International ever built, being comDosed almost ba 630x293 feet and will entirely of notable structures of tho kind INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915 I i BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBEBBBBSBBBBBBBBtSSBBBBBBWSS fl2ujl It f X&MSn hBSBBBslBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSSBBBBBBBBl IsB SBMS" hsT SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMSBBBBBBBSSlBBBBBV " r lcdlllL SBpPBBvPBBBBBBBBSBBBSSBBBBBBBBstsBBSMH iih"" SjSj ilf. GAME FIGHT AGAINST DEATH John C. C. Mayo Has Spent $50,000 in Grim Battle With Destroyer Waging a battle for his life that is C C M.i)o wealth) mine and lumber operator of Kentucky, is spending a fortune in Cincinnati in his effort to regain his In his struggle to stay the health. h&nil of death Mr Mavo has called to his aid a special train, special railroad cars, noted plivsicians from t'i special telephone system, special auto-- f ast and Cincinnati, special nu-c- s. a mobiles and an entire floor of the Jewish Hospital. The spectacular and sudden rise from a mountain school teacher to a man of great wealth within tvventy- - t)pical of his career John Tiii iasWMssMMMssBBSMssOTiar"iirnr7iwiiyfssVis?3iiws'l"y "llllh iiwsiitiwsssisfaM.aMBsMssssMMMMMBMMMaB LOTION of the great central court, the Court of the Sun and Stars, designed by Messrs. McKlm, Mead and buildings from White. This court, approximately 700x900 feot, will divide the main rectangle of exposition the north to south. Upon the east of the court figures elephants, camels, Arab warriors symbolical of west Orient upon the of tho will surmount a huge arch, tho Arch of tho Rising Sun. larger than tho Arc de Trlompho; court the story of the setting sun will be depleted: surmounting tho arch upon the west prairie schooners and fig ures of pioneers who pushed across the western plains will bo shown. Copyrllht, lilt, br ranama-Paclfl- c lnurn&tlonal Expoiltlon. S We Have the Largest and Best Assortment of Buggies, Depot Wagons, Runabouts, etc., Ever Shown in Danville. Every Vehicle is Built by Competent Workmen and in the Most Serviceable Manner. We ask you to call and see them. We will save you money, -MQaaOMOMOMBftsMOMOaMOMOMOMOM6MCHittOOOaoWOOMOMO C('sssl )flBOSBOIV3flBO ABO tMOMOManMOMOMOMOBOMOOBlaOMOMOMO OTgsMgMOMQMuMQBMQMQBOMQMQMOMQMOMOMy HBO MO MO MO MDSOMOiM M 3MOMOMOMQMO OMOtMOMOBBQaVMBOOM OBM OBBSoTo a to e l'l ill ill 00 CBJ WE ARE PROPERLY EQUIPPED to do the . II II We Have all Accessories and olo II i!i Supplies for Automobiles. ill oio rs l'l oo l'l l'l lil Our work is done under a ' ill ill ill I Highest Class Automobile Painting Positive Guarantee And Our Establishment Enjoys the Reputation of Making Good in Every Deal We Have. Years of Experience Back Our Judgment. ill ill ill l'l ii ill oao .rs 0O ill ill eso live )t.ir Mr Mao amassed a for- tune estimated hy nianv at .iU.tKW.UUU is liemg equaled li Ins magnificent finht for life. Mr M.ijo lias been in Cincinnati reeciuiiK treatment for since March l'tijslits disease at the Jewish Hospital. 1 the course of the month that he has ' been a patient at the hospital it is estimated that he has spent no less than I itfMwo to secure ccrj possible ad- -' .ml. ge against the approach of death. declared i.lncli eminent physicians must be the mexitalile result of Ins at- -' f'CtlOll. In an effort to prolong his days plijs'nnis hurried him to Cincinnati fruin his home m Paintsulle. Ky. Ilcri. he was placed in charge of Dr. R. K llktns Dr. Alfred Frieillamlcr ami l)r CIiici P. Molt A special train wa ied to make railroad connections from KuiUswlle, and thin a special car was I'icsscd into service It was made 'am b iik'iiilier.s of the family that I'O e.sptnsc must be spared in this contest w.ith death Riches are powerless to purchase lite and health, so it ahs been said by philosophers, but n has remained for Mr Majn to demon, strate that the approach of death ma be retarded and the ravages of disease alia! ed l the skillful application, as it were, of poultices of Bold, Saice the arrival of Mr. Maja at the Jewish Hospital a new vista of splen-do- t has been opened for emploee ard M'itors of that institution. Mrs. May . who has been at her husband's bedside constantly, made the arrange-irent- s She has taken almost an entire panliju at the hospital, comprising an en' ire floor. These rooms are used foi the comfort of Mr. Ma jo's friends and I'lsiiiess associates, who visit him fio'ii day to day His son and datiRh ter :re on hand whenever it is possible for them to leave their studies or when the condition of their parent warrant hurried trips to Cincinnati. Anothei loi m is used for consultation of the plijsii lans. while there are still others used u sleeping (piarters hy Dr. Vi. kitison, who remains at the hospital almost cer night, and other phjsici-atiFour trained nurses are in constant attendance and special telephones have been installed for the conveniences of those who arc the Mavo guests. No small expense was attached to the two trms of Dr. Slade and Dr. Iliggs', of New York, specialists, who were called in consultation by the attending physicians. Special automobiles are at the disposal of the specialists and visilors. 1 1 ' s. ANNOUNCEMENT WE take pleasure in announcing the arrival of Spring and Summer Fabrics which are now on display and ready foi your inspection. Those placing their orders early will have the benefit of numerous careful fittings and will secure their suits in plenty of time for Easter. Anticipating a large business this season we have purchased an exceptionally large assortment of piece goods from which you may make your early selections. Come early while the stock is complete. All our work is done at home by expert tailors. A distinct individuality is given you when your clothes are cut especially for you and fitted to you in the making. The excellence of our tailoring adds style and elegance. Our new Spring 1914 patterns have arrived. We trust to have the pleasure of an early call from you, as we know our assortment of the latest colorings and designs will please you. ' II oo l'l and Repairing sSj9BB3aootjsvosjsnaBeaB3rjooBoBOBBOaBoaaaaoosaioaBoaBOs ! II J cm ill osjo)iOsoo"owu cmmotomMjmfoommmmmtowmowmijmmQmmowmummommmmmooommcmmwmtmccmm(.mmcmBommvwmcwmoB9mM.mmQo Central Kentucky Carriage Co. DANVILLE. INCORPORATED- - Annual Inspection of K. T. The annual inspection of Ryan Com) tiuudery No 17. will he held at the MaKy, on Tne-dasonic Hall in Dan-ill- e. April 7th. 1914. The order of the Red Cross will be conferred at 4 A) VM A banquet will he served at 6 o'clock and the conference of the order of the Temple will follow at 7.30. 1. M .Sir J. A. lllgguu. of Richmond. Cinnmaiidery No. 19 is the iiisnectng officer. All members of the Cominan. dci) aie cordial!) invited to be present. Gill Hickman Carter. Recorder. M. Cooper, Commander . We carry a complete selection of "Shackamaxon" Fabrics. H.H.ROEHRS Merchant Tailor DANVILLE, : : : KENTUCKY I'm the stomach and bowel disorder ..f babies Mc(il ll'S I1MIY F.I.IXIR is i riMic.lv of genuine merit. It acts quickly, is pure, wholesome ami pleas-ato take. Price 25 ami 50 cents per I'o'.tlc Sold by Shugars drug store. S. iif.ml, l.)iic Ilros. Crab Orchard, nt KENTUCKY AOJM ,rF v-- TMB INTERIOR .iOBRWAL STANFORD, KKRTVCKY. TUMDAY, APRIL 7, 1914 & .. WILL EXHIBIT STOCK IN CUBA Pony Rig Season Is On Hand Now Orders are coming in to be made special styles, etc. We are headquarters for fancy rigs. Come and have one made to fit your child and pony. Will measure your pony and nave a set of harness to fit also J. F. Cook, Formerly of Lincoln Ships Fine Animal From Lexlofton Last week's Saddle Morse Chronicle, published at Lexington, had the following nhout a former Lincoln county nun, Jesse I Cook, who has tnaJe a great success in the horse, mule and jack lmsiiKss m Lexington: One of the most sigmficcnt and unof usual ad venturer in the history saddle horse affairs is the excursion just now iimltr way h J. F. Cook, of Lexington, with a number of car Joads of stock which he is sending to Cuba. Mr. Cook has been one of the most successful dealers in lic stock in the whole country. Starting originally in the jack and mule business, he quickly rose to the highest achievements as an exhibitor of these animals, and in breeding champions which he was able to sell at very remunerative prices in all parts of the country He has gradually branched out into other lines and has achieved the same success as a breeder, trainer, dealei and exhibitor of saddle horses as attended his earlier efforts with mammoth Kentucky jack, in which department he still reigns. One of the incidents of his trade has been the gradual development of a very extensive cxort business, and parti, rularly is this true with regard to Cuba, It is probably well within the mark to say that Mr. Cook has sold live stock more hijjholass, pure-bre- d in Cuba than all other dealers and excombined, consequently it is porters not a matter nf surprise to learn that when announcement was made of a ubau National Live Stock Imposition, to be held in the city of Havana, that it should be quickly recognized by Mr Cook and that he, should be both sufficiently progressive and mindful of his own interests to realize that this was an unprecedented opportunity for extraordinary benefits. Three car loads of live stock will be shipped tomorrow from Lexington by Mr Cook, and reaching New Orleans on Saturday they will be transported after a day or two rest via the Excelsior scheduled to steam from the Crescent City on April 8. Included in the lot arc twelve saddle stallions, twelve marcs and geldings, saddle bred, six and two mammoth Kentucky jacks Jennets, six Jerscj bulls from the anions Klmendorf herd, and twenty Berkshire hogs from the same celebrated establishment. There will be also twenty Uuroc Jcrsc)s, five Iroars, by the great five thousand dollar Defender, thirty Southdown sheep and five Hampshire's. That Mr, Cook has realized the advantage of this live stock exposition, is well disclosed by the entries that he has made for the various classes. In the first event, being for walk trot stallions he has named six horses, which Peacock, include Kentucky King Edward VIL, Preston Rex 5471 Jim .Martin 51S4. I)ourlk,n Chester 4389, and Fayette Prince In the walk trot mare ciass he has named seven, these including Fair Acre Missie, Fair Acre Wanita. Lula Preston, Kentucky Belle. May keminck. Alice Roosevelt and Diana C. Four horses have been named for the (raited stallion class, and five for the gaitcd mare class. Sftg XHand Nickel and aluminum trimmings Mohair top, curtains, and boot Cleat-rlflon, raln-Wilo- Model 79 W. H. Higgins he BEST KNOWN CAR IN KENTUCKY These cars have been thoroughly tested by Lincoln County owners. You are taking no chances. The OVERLAND has always made good-a- sk any man who runs one. Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, March 4, 1914 "Honor Roll Bank" Condensed Report of SPECIFICATIONS i LIABILITIES: RESOURCES: - $358,484.97 Capital Loans $100,000.00 U.S. and Lincoln Surplus and County Bonds 132,500.00 Profits -107,639.01 Banking House and Circulation 100,000.00 6,500.00 Bills Payable Fixtures - NONE Due from Banks Deposits 221,071.19 - 31,22523 Cash $528,710.20 $528,710.20 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK $950 Completely Equipped, t. o. b. Toledo. 33 horsepower 114-iac- h Electric head, side, tail and dash lights. SloMff battery. 334 motor, wheel base. Q. D. Tires. floating rear axle Timktn and Hyatt Bfdring", Deep upholstery Brewster green body Three-quart- Stewart Speedometer. Cowl n Electric horn Finish U doors with Concealed hingti - Daih $1075 With tactile starter ail generator f. b. Toltdo, Windshield. Phont For DemonstrationAgent who in the past trusted him and credited him when he was hard up, hut to the man he had never sent the man who ran the mail order house in the Hit? City "lltisincss is business." Henry not his stovi. One of the legs was loose His friend the blackwouldn't fit smith in town fixed it. He ordered his clothes and his hats and his shoes and his wagons and his furniture and his carpets and his crockery and Ins boots and shoes and rubber loots from the mail order house. "Business is business". Main of his neighbors followed his example "business is business," Hinrv had been o bus setting in the crop and sending orders to the mail order house that he forgot all alxiut going to town for some month. One da he thought he would take in some dressed poultry and fresh eggs and visit round. He called up the storekeeper to find the price of his stuff. Central said "line disconnected" ami Henry wondered. Finally he vvtnt out and hitched up. Went to town; didn't seem to be much doing there. Drove to the store. it was closed! Went over to the furniture store-clo- sed, too So was the drug store; also the hardware store and the hotel and restaurant didn't look prosperous "Nobody rukes the town now." said thi- - hotel man to Henry, "llusmcss too all poor town going back stores closed." Hcnr) sought his friend, the blacksmith es, he was doing business at the old stand. "Nothin." said the blacksmith, "except a lot of crazy-- people around here have taken the notion that they don' need any town and are sending all their monc) away to millionaires who Course houses. run the catalogue they've got to come to me and I'm here vet just localise the catalogue fellows haven't devised ways and means for shoeing horses by mail. But when they do I'll have to fly too." Henry was astounded "Whj. I'd no idea ," he conmenced. "Course jou hadn't," rejoined the you blacksmith. "Course you hadn't", hadn't any idea. You don't think Well ou had better do so now. Where arc jou going to sell jour butter and egi;r Can vou sell 'cm to the mail order houses4 You can gtt rid of our wheat at the elevator, but jou won't have any fun any more in this town visiting with jour ncijjhlrors 'cause there isn't any town and the people you used to know have all gone avvav to some place where they can make a living. "I'rttty soon the town will be all gone. Then jour good mails will be gone, too. And sou can't bring jour iruil order jewelry and catlings to town to be repaired. If jour mail order shoes don't fit you'll just naturally have to squeeze vour feet and bear it. If your mail order clothes which jou bt;j 'sight unseen' aren't what jou want, what are jou going to do alrout; M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Kentucky Fp Llncaln Cuiity Honor to Whom Honor (Louisville Tunes) In signing the .McDjer-lloswormeasure and House bill No. JV7. the Governor has assured to every county in Kentucky the aid ot the State in the building of its roads, to be sup plemeiitcd in tune by that of the Federal (rovcrntmnt and to townships and co'tniics the use of the lalior of lounty prisoners in the actual construction and maintenance of roads and other public works As the Governor had signed the bill declaring roads to be the public works of the State, it is not improbable that the use of convict labor will also be available without the deliy of submitting the amendment to the people in 19i5. That question, however, it is for tin- - courts to decide Strong pressure was brought to bear on the Governor to prevent his signing the first two lulls b men who look onlj in present conditions and selfish considerations In resisting it the Govern ir has insured to Kentucky the best svsteni of roads of anj State in the south. In the first session of his administration there was created a bureau of roads. The macluherj was admirable in itself. In the final session of his adminis tration the Governor has aidid in the motive power Not onlj is Kentucky to have State anil Federal aid in the building in" iirr loads, but under the Huff law county seat plan every count j is to receive equal consideration. The money sptnt for roads is no longer to be spent haphazard The standard of road construction, of whatever material, is to lie fixed. The provision for maintenance is to be uni N'ot until this standard and form provision have been complied with is State and Fcdiral aid to be extended. Kentucky has at lat substituted action lor words in the building of good th dj g cS5nSSTig: The Telephone and Good Roads The telephone goes hand in hand with good roads. ernor has done Kcntiuky a service that morr than evens the score bitwecii them Hut the credit is not whollv the- - Gov ernor's Hut for Claude II Tern II, the McDjer Ilosworth bill would never fight The have passed the House made for it in the Senate bv l.icut lluf Gov McUrrmott and Senator faker prevent d its defeat in that IhhIv In ImiiIi houses the IjiuisviIIc dele gallon stood as a mm h) their ante elrition pledge to work nd vote for good mails To I.oiuvltlr. on which the tax burden falls heaviest the see, tiniis of the State that are without goxl roads owe not the least of their debt of gratitude for legislation that will transform iightv-mn- t puiipir into eight) nine prosperous enmities. New Milling Firm at Parktville John J, Cozatt, of I'arksvillc, sold a half interest in the I'arksvillc Isoller Mills to Jisse W Overstrcrt, a broth of Hence Ovcrstrcct, of Stanford The firm is Cozatt and style of the nc Mr Ovrrstrret is a sue Ovcrstrcet cessfrl, (Hipular and thoroughly reliaMr ble farmer and business man Cozatt has been the owner of the i'aiksville Mill for man) jears It is equipped with modern machinery1, is located directlv on the I. A .N , railroad in a locaiitv where the quality of wheat grown cannot be excelled SHAKEN INTO YOUR shfgfipHsiVEXfhVA JgficbiJH sy mi SjLlftTfiSggB roads are impassable. The telephone overcomes many of the obstacles of bad roads and makes it possible for the farmer and other rural residents to transact business in the city and with neighbors when the m Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE, KY. Tk South' moat ittcmlat pciwJ, modf ra hotrl. Ab Vrtlr Itel U ll l K lrMl thapflmt f rr Progressive farmers are insisting upon good roads and telephones. These two agencies of nr hrt ll.ll. rmt CI. UabrOU. JI ihm rft Ml.t diritld Mk modern civilization are doing more than all others toward eliminating the isolation of country life. You can have a telephone in your home at very small cost. Send a postal for our free booklet giving complete information. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Gb Bkfftt from 25 upt, noon. Jar LuiuK SOc.1 takU d. h4 Doner, tl.tp ro Jt.00. Alio c!fcsne t It cut ttitl' t Is K1aurfil. RikkrNf Orch.nal opaal'mm 4 p ! U. ! atMlmte vocal muuc mto I S0ES BOOM PRICES fjrWat loilt 91 par clay With prlsrala Utk $1 JO A Tle With a Strong Moral k fi Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. 339 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 0 N Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES 'J Compounded according to the Original & Formulas & Bocipes of Charlie White-Xoo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. the Thousands of Testimonials. SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuOreat Body-Tonman Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write C02C-CEI-SAic CHARLIE WIITE-XOO- N TVtCi.WrBa.iW 0iaiHTOR or tnin-Mc- r L.'MOIES cimik ihiu tort Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 West Broadway WHITE-MOO- a tctact Louisville, Kentucky Li I in Make Standing Easy You'll find all the old comfort in the brand new Crossett styles. Snappy models for men. Get your Crossetts quick. 1 W III 11 The Oxford for Easter With Lots of Style Henry J. Aufgang, was a prosperous farmer. He saved moncv and got to be well off. He bought his stuff at, the store in town and so diil his neighbors. Almost every day Henry drove to tin- - store with a load of somclhins which he sold and then "visited around" with his neighbors In town and his brother farmers who, like himself, drove in often. The women folks came sometimes and it was nice ami sociable and even liody grew to know everybody else Henry J. Aufgang had a telephone in his hoiise and a rural free delivery carrier brought him a daily paper from He could the I' ii; City ever day. call up the doctor in town if his folks took sick or he could ask the storekeeper the price of eggs over the phone and take in some to sell if the price was right. One day he tjot a catalogue from a "mail order house" and read what it said alrout saving moncv by bujing of the big concern (which was many storic high according to the picture on the cover of the catalogue and thousands and thousands of people.) Henrv thought as he read the catalogue. "Business is business." he said and sent in an order for a stove not to his friend, the storekeeper in the town, it?" The blacksmith naused It was a long speech for him and it had got to' Autgang is business" finally said! . . "Ilusins i Henry. " cs foolishness is foolishness," answered his friend. "You may think it's business to kill off jour town, but I don't. Thing it over, Hum, think it over." Henry did "think it ov er" as he drove Cros-se- tt slowly homeward with the dressed poultry and eggs which he had intended to sell to his friend, the storekeeper. As he nearcd the house his lips moved "Kusiness is business," he said, "and is nature's first law. Wcvcgot to preserve our town and our neighborhood and our good roads. That's business. The next day he called a meeting of his brother farmers for miles around and they all came. After the meeting Henry invited them all to stay to supper and after supper there was a big bonfire out in Aufgangs vard near the well. In that bonfire were consumed all the mail order catalogues in the country! Moral road. Allen's Foot-- I ase, the antiseptic powder It relieves painful, smarting tender, mrious fret, and instantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions It's the greatest comfort discovery of Foot I ase makes Allen's the age tight or new shoes feel easv. It is a certain relief for sweating, catlou, swollen, tired, aching feet Always use it to break in new shoes Try it todaj Don't acSold everv where. J5 cents For FK1-I-- . cept any substitute trial packave address Allen S Olmstrd, X Y. With raaniac watar to $3.00 par eU a4 mp with prirata bata $LM to $X50 par fejr. Yrna aro, ronWlr hrt.l rout Madtiuartara 11 olr far ad paraatr aJdra J Larga aaaaJa raoaaa So en Havo root mall hare. Yea mil a1aa fee a swlcoroo vuaat. ROBEJIT . JONES. Maawaw. d. vrUIa la mala Loota-rll-l. (Ma In signing these measures the Gov Easter Footwear FOOTWEAR is the final detail that gives tone and harmony to the entire outfit. If there is any one time ot the year when good footwear is essential it is now. Our display of exclusive and classy shoes has never before been equaled in Danville. Men's Florsheims and Tilts in dull, Bright and Tan leathers. Shoes for comfort and swagger shoes, showing all the new style features vSnoes-Nettleio- ns, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 Women's Also hid. Don't wait for it to get too Suede, Caster and Satin. We are showing many new and exclusive lasts to be found only in high grade lines. Plenty French and Kidney heels. Also Mary Jane and Baby Doll Footwear-Zeigl- er Bros., John Kelly's and Grover's in dull, bright and mahogany leathers. We have these in all styles and sizes. Robinson's STTtJfC r os sett i TRADE MARK $4 to $6 everywhere Malsor North Abintatt.His. Cough Mcdlcint for Children Too much care cannot be ued in selecting a cough medicine for children It should be pleasant to take, contain no harmful substance and be most efCough RemChamberlain's fectual. edy meets these requirements and is a favorite with the mothers of young children everywhere For sale by all dealers. $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 and You will find our shoes $6.00 exi the best at every price, and our pert fitting service means a "just right" shoe. May we dress your feet for Easter? k haa tke paly real conlinuout door opening. Hoopa made of tested atecL Hoop can be adjusted from lad. der front door frame. Doora made of California Red. wood, "The Wood Eternal." flvaa M from fac- aafl ggH IEWI8 A CROSSETT INC aafla Tk location of our factoijr lowa.l fit iKl from nulla to factory, and Sdw tor to you. Oil a tttlf 5il for catalog and prior. Wtrflaa uf y LOUISVILLE LO AN? TANK Uacorpofalaov .fcatatair. H Parks & Hendren DuviJle's Oily Exclusive Hi.k Grade Skte Stire. mM) by CO. IMrWNUI II . THE 1WTKRI0R MORE COMPANIES JOUatKAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, APRIL 7, lflt4 1 H00 CHOLERA QUIT STATE ' On Account of Glenn BUI Conference To Be Held la Louisville WOMEN FROM IO ERADICATE Jr TvfT p; rr" Jv"- - . Iv i".i through Aeii'iR their Western In the past three )car Ihc Kentucky branches at Chicago the Continental Agricultural lixperimeti Station ha Insurance Company, Ihc Ftdeiiiy-I'lioe-ni- x conducting a campaign to To theMerit of Lydia EPink- - beencontagion disease of hog control Insurance Company and the thi For Infante and Children. known Underwriters last week suspendas hi g cholera by means of anti hog ham's Vegetable Com- ed all of tluir Kentucky recording chpltra serum From )car to )car agencies These companies among the liiiitr percentages of the animal treat pound during Changs Mrgcst in the fire insuiancc held, nave .d have been saved by this adnunis of Life. been counted upon by ihc sponsors of trilion of serum, In the year I91j the dlenn lull to keep the Kcntuck) there was a loss of 8 er cent, o, alt a ah II u.iiH:HsisWBl situation from becoming, critical, due Westbrook, Mc. " I wa pssslnjr hogs treated, including mfecieu herds I")-?..ALCOHOL J PER nrwV tu the withdrawal of the other com- through the Change !. of Life and had and those on infected premises. AcfctabtelYrartfkMGiL. panies, and their unexpected actions i Hon cholera serum is not a curative pain, in my back cerium to add fuel to the controvert)' agent, although iNnit 50 per cent of sJa'NifrWafltflfti. and side and was so, now waging between the business interlinlIieSiosaacteaHdOowdirjr weak I could hardly ihc hog treated in the very earl) ests of trie state and those respousi PIXPERIENCE hat taught the man who "paintwiae" that it stiics of Ihc disease have been saved do my housework. bic for the new law. X- -J beat to use MASTIC PAINT. It latta longer, look, the l.xpcnmcnt Station doe nol ad I have taken Lydia The latest withdrawal from the vic lie Serum Simuliancaus treat-miVegebetter end coven more surface than Keg Lead and Oil hand state were directly occasioned by the where there PromotesIsto demand made on them by Chairman table Compound aad farm of neighlKiring is infection on the paint or ordinary ready-mixe- d paint. You will aave rwss and Rntlontaini nrtfcr Laffooii, of the Stale Insurance Hoard, it has done me a lot s an outbreak, it is farms, but if there easily carried in Money and disappointment when using OpUrat.Morph.irie norMisenL that the file conies oi details, show- of good. 1 will re- nail) wav After the disease appears i" tJ.e makd-uol all rates lor sunnk. commend yottr mednUllflAHCUTIC. the only mean of preventing i by the Ici leaaye; this demand being based icine to my friends use-- oi mc serum. on a section ot the law which provides I and give you permisThe following point suggest thr pro"tliat the State Insurance Hoard shall sion to miblish my per precaution. Xole tlie condition pr"cribe rules for the keeping of pro testimonial." Mrs. Lawrence Marand health of vour neighbors' hogs jtmttHi" lier record by all companies, bureaus tin, 12 King St, Westbrook, Maine. Cholera on a ncighlomig farm i eaj and board dealing with the applicapMk lly carried to your farm on the shoes of Msjuton, Wis. tion of published schedules, so that "At the Change of l.nok )oit hogs the accuracy of the application, BEHIND .y.rjr ,.Hon of thi old unJeo.. the met rlghl u.u before in Life I suffered with pains in my back men and animals. . I ....- - II r. f . ... -r Baint la an tint. .I..I ywar. any individual case, can be ascertained and loins until I could not stand. I also over daily so that sick hogs maj be He uf- - 0 pceiJi on M(ei awif-- ..mean, in.i MA3IIU fAINT apeeify MASTIC PAINT- -It at ?ny I'm? by the aM board so that the sheets promptly discovered AnerfrctrVmedv for Con 'VT hd rdght-awrJ l vrn lind nctM any hog off teed or sick, John W Harr, president of a trust would be wet 1 tried other medicine tart lira aatiafaction. Every gallon l utrroit paint aatiafaction. tton , Sour Skuacii.BlarrSa: company in Louisville, was in Wash-initr.- n but got no relief. After taking one botcparatc them immediatel) and try a change of feed, as this will sometimes lat week, and notified tle of Lydia E. Pinkham's ruMdLossoFSuxp. correct tlu- Cantrill, of Kcntuck), tint a Compound I began to improve and I Hue in swill trouble cpcciallj is tin.. TCP?. '""'fJtooVlet.llomf. Mid How to P.Int conference of business men and bankfed hoi;s. racS'mfc SifftWsrt of -' Them, alao color card of MASTIC PAINT -'ers would take place in Louisville two continued its use for six months. The If the disease seems to spread in the pains left mc, the night-sweaand hot herd, have them weeks het'cc, with a vew to adjusting cWt to PEASIX&CAULBERT CO, immediate!, Ky. the fire insurance situation in that flashes grew less, and in one year I was wth scTitm from the Lxpe'riinent Sta The Centaur Comphb. stale with representatives of fire insur- a different woman. I know I have to foil. 'Ihc prompt administration of NEW YORK. ance companies which have withdrawn thank you for my continued good health serum is essential lo the protection of from Kentucky on account of recent ever since." Mrs. M. J. liROWKELL, the remainder of the herd. Ityislatton He suggested to Mr Can Mansion, Wis. I leg cholera kills thousands sf hoe.s npaBtVMaaeKfJBaajsei trill that the proosition for a Federal The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's eaih )ear where loss by other disease investigation which has been urged be Vegetable Compound, made from roots is very small in comparison ranteed under the 1'roviue not i.cttd upon until afUr this business and herbs, is unparalleled in such cases. clean quarter for hog to sleep in, takes place, because it is Hew Stanford Dru? Company crnfiri'n''e Ifri air lime alxmt the -If job want special adrlee write to scatterkeep slacked free from lice ho? Exact Copy of Wrapper. p sstble that an anrcable arrangement them and 'AINU mav be.effectcd with the insurance Ljdla E. Plnkham Medlciae Co. (conf- pel, norms, and see that the sleeping quarcompanies STANFORD, KY. idential) Lynn, Mass. Yoa'r letter will ters are dry and free irom dust. IJur Ibis week, a has alread) been be opened, read and answered by a ir.g three )ears the xpenment StaKeprcsentattve Green and tion vaccinated 47,673 hogs. of wonaB, and held ia strict coaldeace. ""late Sen itor Glenn, joint author the new inuranre law, together with IIov Orlando Murray Became Ollie SHERIFF'S SALE. I Parcel Tot Development Newspapers Do Not Influence Juror niem'K't of the Slate Hating Hoard, (Sundav's Courier-Journaare to have a conference with Mr. fan-trilHy virtue of execution So. 1.800 diI It lia Ihtii the custom hi courts to The "arm product post" winch I.i discus SennUT James the initiating of a iiMiiaiii) jurors irom sitting on a Fedcrvt investigation, vvith the ultimate rected to mc which issued from the ctet this week andrevealed a great se 1'oitituMcr General HurlcMiu has cs a waiting world can clerk's office of the Hojle Court in lablihcd injlie firM and second parcel case aUiut which thev have read in ip view of forcing the insurance favor of David Haird newspapers. Aon against read it as follow oimpanie to do business in Kentucky. Mar) D Hurke for the sum oi three IMt ione. should hac a Mimiilating For a mountain of flesh and Ikiuc Judge David 11 Harris uf the effect on the shipment of farm prohundred surmounted a slick and ludii-ia- l Missouri (irruil Will Democrats Condone Treachery' forty five cents, fifty one dollars and friiicd withby molasses-colore- d bald head duct I'j mail, ($351.45) with six per soft STANFORD, KENTUCKY Under the new regulations boxes and take a different view of the mailer. cent interest thereon from the 2oth. hair. "Ollie" seems certainly a most In introdi.cing Gov Hcckham at day of July 1U1J until naid. also the pectiliat name. This has been remark crate of cum, butter, vegetables ami according to tlic ImiUoii, Mo, tiaiette. ili dclcnse of the pics occurred in r.li7bcihtown, a few weeks ago. Col. sum of 12.10, the dressed ttoultry mil he carried miceidc reaccrued cost ami for ed before, Sam III) the, when he was - the mail bags and delivered tn city the case of Mrs buan U'os, chargid Harr) Soiihtut said: the further cost of this action. doing his early brilliant work in "Whos tin. murder of her husband, who c talk of the crime of 187j. when 'I he weight limit on Mich with consumers 1, or one of my deputies will on Who and Why," began an article aliout sought to - packages are from twenty to fift) but which secure a change of venue, the ctectoial vote of three state were Monday, April 13, 1914 between the Vr. James by saving: "Some time Judge Harris overruled. stolen from the democratic part), but hours pounds. Packages under twenty pound a happy, dimpled laughing baby, of one o'clock P M. and two o'will he cairied .n mail bap at here- Newspaper article were offered a tin' wa done under the forms of law clock P. M. at the Court House door and it must have been then tint they evidence to show that they had pre- Jloth x)litic.il parties agreed to the tofore The Post Office Department in Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentdcky, named him Ollie." Many have strug .!"icri!. th' nc srranRcmcr.t a a judice! the people of the county so that I'.leetoral Commiion, but the crime expose to public sale to the highest gled to make the Senator ad.nit that the) could not with lairnes serve as of Ihc winter of "iKx.n to truckers" at Frankfort was bidder, the following property or so he must have been christened Oliver, It should prove' not committed under the form ol law much a iso aotuctliitig 01 a lMn to ctmeunitrt jurors. generally been pestered lo Judge Harris hold that a man who but in direct violation of the plain satisfy therof as may be necessarydebt, and he hasmany As a medium for bringing the pro attout it in the amount of Plaintiffs ways. ilocn not read the newspapers would statute of the state. It wa - interest and cost to vvip First tract iluccr and consumer in closer touch a feloniIn fact, people speak of the singuprove a kss capable juror than the " act bv which the Democratic party this extension of the panel kM i.!hmi!.I cue bounded thus, vh docs "It ma lie saielv stat- was loiiiHii oi a uiiiicci niaics senator of the Danville beginning in the center larity of his name so often that on with larger puldic favor rmet Hy and Huslouville turnlo Marion, tttiliring the mails the farmer can cut ed as a general projiosition,'' said It wa erand larcenv. Thi crime wa pike near the town of Shelby City, his last visit consult with trx Senator determined to his mother out mucn of the expense of going to Judge Harris, "that the time ha come copitnitted against the democratic party thence X. &3 W. 50 0 po!" with when, if a man doesn't read the I'or it i neither explatation or pali- - John Durham's line to a stone corner and leam jnst how and why and wheretuarkct. ll cckni! customers in the fore he got it. his qualification to sit as a ation. C W Heckliam wa the vic- - to same in obi Shelby survey, thence citj he can secure hater prices than "Mother." said he. "how in the world juror in any kind of a case is serious-I- ) m of that crime There is but one with said line S. 19 lie can get from the country storekeepW. 56 poles did questioned. a great big o like me come to wav to rcdrejs a wrong and that is to with stone corner in old Breckenridge er or from such other lui)ets as may "I he witnesses like Ollie?" were practical!) right it There i but one wav to blot line, thence with said line S. 63 be available Iv. gii a name The consumer at the "It's eme of the finct names in the poles to the center of the same time should he able to nave omc agreed that, o far as the) could j'udgc, out the tain put uikii democracy bv 33 they had robbing it of a United States Senator Danville and Hustonville money for himself, inasmuch as the the unfavorable opinions turnpike, world, my son," said Mrs. James, "for patccl post method eliminates the mid- lieard cxprissed touching on the guilt and that t to elect the man who wa thence with snid turnpike X. 39 Ii. 38 your name is Orlando." is the one place you will most enjoy f the difeiilaut vacation were based Umh the victim of treachery and corruption "Who shortened it?' poles to the corner in center of dleman and the several profits which newspaper a count of iqion iieighlior-hiK- The only wav tha the damned spot same, thence with same X. 24 Mr. James explained that a neighE. are exacted where a product i d for rest space recreation. We have not rumor and gossip, and were not upon democracy can be wiped out is 34 4'M00 poles to the beginning, con- bor, a dear old lady of Marion, had beto repeated handling. and would not lie changed bj the evi- by triumplnntly electing glories of the western North here to tell of taining seventeen acre twenty gun to call the baby Ollie and that and One of the needs of the whole counC. W. dence And this brings us to the crux Heckliam to the Senate. To J. try is more direct marketing defeat him nine poles more or less. Second tract, OHie it became and has remained This Carolina mountains. Our law pro- would l to condone the crime which bounded on the Xorth by the property This is the first authentic publicait poniblc throuph the parcel xt. Cit of the wholi niatur question, customers will not he tacking when the vide that if a juror has formed or ex- n bbed the democratic party of hi, of Xannic Wolf, on the west by the tion Uon the momentous pressed an opinion a to the merits of property of Abraham Scott, on the wnich has vexed Kentucky and other farmer Itts the ctt) ieople know what service south hy the center of the Knob Lick historians for a long while. The Senlie has to sell Tin he cat: do at slight the cast be is disqualified, but if such founded only on newspaper is dirt ro.ul and on the east of the center ator' complete name i Orlando MurPound a Cure for Rheumatism eipcnsc by1 newspiper advertising The opinion or rumor he rtports if the Ilanille and Hustonville turn-k- e ray James which doesn't seem at all is not disqualified GOLF HUNTING TENNIS development of the "farm products "I M.ficrcd with rluumalisni for tiv "I he newspaper articles offered in road and containing about o'ic natural, nor doe it onjure up nfir post." if it shall develop as success MOUNTAIN CLIMBING evidence arc absolutely fn-- from will it ever the picture of the big man )e.ir and could not get tm right ha;i icre. fullv as the Post Office Department iiiflammatorv or prejudiced state- to ni) mouth for that length of time.' RIDING MOTORING DRIVING Icing the same properly coiuccd from Crittenden. liopes, will be of benefit ments, nor did an) of the newspaper write Le-- L. Chapman, Maplelou, la by died from F. L. Shipmah etc, to F. indulge m an) editorial comment. The "! suffered terrible pain so could and I. W Burke and afterward Look to Your Plumbing newspapers did nothing more than to not sleep or lie still at night. Five comeved F. T Hurke and wife to J SKia Blemishes You know what happens in a house print from time to time somewhat de- .vear ago I began using Chamberlain' W. Hurke bv deed recorded in Deed Henderaonville, Wayneaville, Hot Spring, Tyron, in which the plumbing is In poor con- tailed and circumstantial but fair and Liniment and in two months I wa Caoted By Gtrau Hook. Xo. 35, page 352. in the Lincoln Brevard, Saluda, Flat Rock ditionwell and have not suffered with evcrvlxidv in the housr is lia impartial accounts ot tin- - various Count) Clerks' Office and the same is Lake Toxaway ble to contract Uphold or some oi'.'vr h'very newpaer since." For sale by all deal- levied upon the life estate of Mary D wotthv I he Itgctivc organs perform of the name is expeeted to ilu this, and ers lever. (terms get under the Hurke in said property. skin or Is a broken the same function in tlir human body it is expected furlher that Jhesc paTI KMS Sale will be made on a P1 place, and II U hard lo gel lid of thrm. as the plumbing doc for the house, ami pers will be read bv citizens geiicral-I)- . Mr. Stanley and President Wilson credit of six months, bond vvith apREACHED BY THROUCH SERVICE OF Put lore or pimples Ihcy should be kept In first class conincluding possible jurors." proved ecurity required, bearing follow. It is needles to sav that President ML BELV3 dition all the time If vou have any Says Villa is An American Mulatto the rate of six per cent per at trouble with .vour digrstlon take, ChamHere's ometlung new .iImhu the wai Wilson and Mr. Stanley are different annum from day of sale and having berlain's Tablets and vou are certain in Mexico, and den ilia, the rebel m mail) ways, but here is one that at the force and effect of sale bond. PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH to get quick relief For sale by alt leader who has been giving lluerta and the present tune is very pertinent. mob d.ftrort thtM nrroi and kttpa them J. G. Wcathcrford, S. L. C. Mr, Sfinley voted against the Webb dun and hialthr unuliulur hcila. I'ull on For further Information m local at nt, or addraia, dialers. his soldiers a hot time m the northern 5b9 I" ,h This the 7th day of March 1914 F la CLkUtf. PUKE ANu'llKAilNQ. B. H. Todd, D. P. A. LouiaTille, Ky. art of that country The bill, which prevents shipment of liquor into dry territory, because, so he says, "Till It Br Tn. Ball" Adair County News sa Wayne County Man Pardoned Presi-dti- il he thought it unconstitutional. NOTICE Joe McWilliams, a colored man of Wilson ha igned the Keii)on bill, Guv. McCrcary has pardoned Dan tin place, gives out the following bit Acting under the orders of the n restricted Morgan, convicted in 1!XIJ of Speaking of the trouble in whereb) the Washington of lustorv County Fiscal Court, notice is district have been legislated out ot in Owen county, and WilMexico he said "1 am well acquainthereby given that bids on traction enliam Young, convicted of the same of ed with den. ilia, whose right name ..Msteiice. vet Attorney General l said to have advised gines will be received on or before 12 fense ill Vr'ajltc CtiUIlt) in 1IJ. is r.mrge Coldshy. I served two jcars President Wilson to vto the measure o'clock M. Tuesday. April 7th. 1914 v, lib him in the same company in the to furnish said county the following I'niled State- - army, the 10th cavalry, on the grounds that it was unconstiBids on engines from lint the President signed it list of goods company D. He is a mulatto, ami be- tutional H to 20 horse power, one traction encame to Texa from Maryland. Dur- mil s:ml he would leave the question gine to be equipped as follows: With ing the two jcars, I was wilh him al of it unconstitutionality to be deter one injector, one pump and heater, most daily, our company being sta- mined by the courts. fuel bunkers, Some difference between the Presi-len- t contractors' tank- and tioned at Fort Davis, Texas, and full metal cab, jacketed boiler and Mr Stanley, eh? while there, d'oldshy doertcd anil went one grader on plow hitch engine to be The President and Mr Hcckham into Mexico, where his time was ocequipped with latest tried and acceptcupied in stealing cattle. He was ihc think and act alike o:t these lines. ed design of its class for road buildWinchester Sun. I ever knew, overbearing man ing purposes. She of cylinder must in imposition, nan no. regard whatever be given i c diameter of cylinder and for human life, and our boys were all of stroke in inches working SEVERE PUNISHMENT length pressure, capacity of water tank afraid of him. He nut first s?rr,,-,- n. steam of the company. It was not until after lit gallons and fuel capacity and weichts K ne deserted the United State army of said engine thus equipped. Price that he assumed the name Villa. He name to be r u. . cars, Stanford, was so mean that a number of the Ky., payment, Fits Yean countyterms of to be givenone note or members of the company entered into Of Mrs. CkappeH, warrant upon deliva conspiracy to kill him the first ery and acceptance, due on or before but his desertion deprived December 1, 1914, with 6 per cent, 1 year $1.00 The Interior a lost opportunity for the betterment ot from date of delivery and accepthrni of carryine; out their intention tance until paid. Delivery of engine 1 The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer $1.00 to be made within 10 or not more than 1 Fireside, semi-monthFarm Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chan-pel- l IS day after order is placed. .50 TIMOTHY HAY FOR SALE of this town, says: "I sulfered to All prospective bidders must have 1 Household and Floral Life, monthly .25 live years with womanly troubles, als their sealed bids in the hands of the Other Furniture and Hy weight or bale: a few tons of tra nice, bright, clean timqtny hay, itomach troubles, aad ay punWmien county road engineer on or before 12 Woodwork 1 Poultry Husbandry, monthly .50 was more Ihaa any one could UH. o'clock M Tuesday, April 7th, 1914. mc itinu ou iikc to i ceo your Dorses To-DaNo bids will be considered received I tried most tvtry kind of medicine 1 Magazine, monthly We also have on hand at all times. .50 after that time and date stated above. Corn. Oats, both for feed and seed but none did one any good. Said bids to be onened bv the court purposes; Ship Stuff, Chicken I read one day about Cardul, the feed, and contract awarded nn the Pah ,tav tonic, and I decided to trv it. Flour, Meal and Coal. Any order you may give us will be promptly filled ud not taken but about six bottles unti of April 1914, In open court. The right I was and appreciated. almost cured. It did me mort io reject any aim all luds Is reserved ood than all the other medicines I hat and the right to place orders on said . D. V. KENNEDY ft CO, bids up to and including April 8i1l 24-Stanford Ky jied, put together. County My friends began asking me why I 1914. F. D. PF.XXIXGTOX, ssatMf fUsser. the orlsUsI beauty We consider this the biggest and best bargain we have ever been able to offer our readers. Our own hoy MHy KnvM or oUadit'a a ooked so well, and 1 told them abou Road Lngineer. oa wood Mala aatl varalah coaablaad la TREES publication heads the list. The other FJVF. have millions of readers and are too well known to need a further Cardul. Several are now taking it." CWu It Jvalurai HW otkr. WkiU, Strawberry plants, fruit and shade introduction. Do you, lady reader, suffer from am TO THE PUILIC tToMaadStlvtraVaamtl. AUSiif. trees, shrubs, roses, asparagus, grape of Hie ailments due to womanly trouble l'lcase remember our contract with the publisher is limited and his offer may be withdrawn at any I represent the largest and hest Made aad sjswaawd by vines, rhubarb, peonies, phlox, seed po such as headache, backache, sideache time. Take advantage now while the opportunity is jours and )ou will not regret the investment. If you arc clothing house in this conn. PEASLEE-GAULBER- T 'aloes, etc. Ever) thing for Orchard sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tiret CO. already a subscriber to any of the above jour subscription will be extended one year from time it expires. Irv Jiil V. Price & G., Chicago. III., and garden. Free catalogue. No agents feeling? My experience in measuring and Call or mail all orders to 1841 H. F. Hillemneyer Sens 1913 II o. let us urge you to give Cardul j LoutsvIMe, Ky. the making of Nut scr) men since 1841 trial. We feel confident it will help you gives me the advantage your clothe, over one who just as it has a million other women ii is not a practical tailor. Lexington, Kentucky "? If vou will the put hall century. give mc our order I will promise you Mew Stanford Dim Co, y. Begin taking Cardul Yot a iquare ileal You will get the worth Stanford, Xy. All druggists. A. M, meU In won't regret Llnroln Lodta No. (Or, of your money, either in the cheaper I. J. renewUtl coonunlcttioa on eh firstT and third grades Mordiy nlfbti ol each month al o'clock In Wrlttiti Chattanooga Madlcln Co.. Ladles line of or the higher priced. My spring samples are row ready lor our Advisory DU.. Chattanooca, Tenn., lor I'irlr Ball on Uiin mikI, Blsuforl, Kjr. Mai Honv r, nf iNltr M(rt fralrrntllv luvilrd lo I iiitrwiumt en your cat and 4 page took. ittii inspection. Call and let me show ou. 0. al, Pruitt, Moreland, Ky Jrtatroinl tor woann." In plain wrapper, N.O. I8 rvut, i. W, IlltLANU. Umj. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. 45 te 55 TESTIFY Stat Experiment Station Ha Done Blf Wcrk in Kentucky with Serum CASTORIA lvvaiiiriaoutrainx py TTAmvi4 Moa4!a The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of .nixed aTi ID nt Mastic PainT Let" "The Kind That ... n KSf idnl I 'Ww- t TV In dut Use Kepre-setitati- FR Viable For Over Io,po,.bLlsllla, ts d J Thirty Years CASTORIA '... 1 l. l) BRING YOUR CAR TO - llur-t-fourt- ll REID'S GARAGE Expert Mechanician in charge of pair work of all kinds. Vulcanizing. PARTS and SUPPLIES FURNISHED PRICES REASONABLE s lrt John O. Reid, Prop. Phone 203 news-pape- 1 40-1- ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY or a the the 72-1- d LIVE IN THE OPEN mi-lai- r, d c 1 1 OTHER NOTED RESORTS MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS rhcu-irutis- rjajJS'r Antiseptic Salve SOUTHERN RAILWAY 24-3- Lin-coi- Our Best Offer ! The Biggest Combination Bargain of Standard Publications Ever Offered a M rf Here Is The Offer : Journal ly For Scratched I Tables latarior man-kind- and n Journal y's year year year year year s Our Special Bargain Price For All Six. Each One Year, ONLY 1 8 OO PW maele-lo-orcf- rr t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, Stanford, Ky. who send in v it This big offer applies to old subscribers of the als, as well as to new subscribers. TKC INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, APRIL GROW 7, 1914 FRUIT IN KENTUCKY 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 caltl!, $1.60 per 100 lbs. makes fat feed for work horses, stallions Atlas Molasses $2.00 per 100 lbs. and Jacks Millfced to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. Teaching Agriculture From the llfinlor-oi- Big Sum Spent Outilde State Each Year That Should lie Kept at Home It is estimated that there nre 0,000,. apple trees of bearing nge In Kentucky at the present writing. Our nnnunl crop from these trees Is something tike .t,(NKMsH) bushels of hie ferlor iiinllty. We sihmhI Ii.tKni.OOO for fruits of all kinds that could Iks I grown In Kentucky. It Is useless to tnlk to inmiy of the, older fnnnei-M- , for they will tell you IM iTTrYii fi'limil 6L1 mi refTti 1 " use W. Pure m d .Toiirn.il l minlT J. H. BAUGHMAN STANFORD, & CO. KENTUCKY FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY K l J rD rjjj "Opportunity seeks the man with ready Prepare for his money. coming by opening an ac- llli liv lllf I llli count at this strong Bank." TODAY It doesn't Interfere too much with the riirrlofilnm (the regulnr course) In tho school. If Hint's tho wny they feel nlont It nil nstit. Hut we hereby enst our uite In fnvor of Itvii'lilnc iiKrl'ulture In the rnml nrhonla. INpeclnlly If It DOKS Interfere with the curriculum In the arlnmN. If tho curriculum of the schools h.nlu't lieeii Interfered with n ijimhI ninny . times In the nt the clock wouhl lime leen ""topiiil for tlfty ye.'irs. Kcpiiinle nml itlitlnet svIkhiU nf: llmuclit In the There Imve been of the imhlle school curilcnluni. There bus been I he fnctlou which seemed determined to criiui the Juvenile mind full of nny old luforuiiitlon tliut n utelcM, nud the lets vnlue to the pupil when he stepped out Into the world the more of It they tried to ciiim Into Mm. It hns been done Inotely under the pietext of lllllnc Hie pupil for the college which he never iitteuded. The pupil Imve nnswenil by ipilttltu; nhool nt the cloo of the emdes nud lenvlni: u eoriioriil's Ktnird to m:itrli'iil.ite The other fnctlou In the cducntlonnl world Iiiim truulcl to Inject Into thr school course somelhlim useful -- soinethlnc tli.it would enable the Krndiliite to buttle skillfully nnd swvosifiilly In the world for whb It he wns supposed to be filliim Mliii.,!r. The practical or iitllltnrlnn fnctlou wns In u ery umnll minority nt the stnrt. but cmiltuilly concessions Imve been wruna from the oilier lile until in the most ndrnnced schools they really tench the pupils somcthlnj; useful. Let's tnke n mirror nnd look ourselves squarely In the face. There Is nothYet farm binds are worth here only half what ing wrom; with Kentucky. soil. We could nsk they nre worth In other states which can Ismst no r for no letter soil. Where Is n better rllmnte? (U'ltSKI.VKS Til Kit E IS NOTIIINO WltONfj HIT Hoys who should be ralsetl on the farm are niNod In the towns nnd then sent on to feed the hungry, remorseless call of the city. Due blade of grass grows where two would grow If some one would tell It how Tanners nre n dollar In debt where they would have two In the bank If they and their sons were enabled to iiiulerstnud ngrlculture as It etui now Ih understood when there Is opiortU!ilty to learn it. years ahead of the praitlco. Why not take n short The theory Is twenty-lircut nml Inject u little theory Into the pupils of the country schools In place of lifeless iuformntlou. fads mid f amies, frills und miscellaneous nnd furbelows? Wi: notice by tho ulp!itihe Rclinnh of Kentuck) -- Hint ncrleiilttiro to be IiiiikIiI In the mrnl PaTbIB J yj BBW A H. Prepared Paint You protect yonr liottsu nKnlii.-- loss by fire with insurance -- why not protect it utunst bjs.. liy other clement.. Sun, rain nud snow nre just n tlestructivc as fire If. & XV. PAINT Is just as important a good insurance. (lood paint, properly applied, improves the appearance and prolongs the life of any building. waste time and lalxr in Vott cannot afford-t- o applying cheap paint that will not cover as far and last as long as H. & W. PVRE PREPARED PAINT. Has been sold right in your community for years. Ask your dealer about its quality and for names of property owners who have used our brand. ON SALE nY lo 1 BbK& BbbbbbbbbP!J('' TCBJBJBJBJBJBJBr-- T Jsy rr i x: Shugars' Drug Store. Stanford. Ky. ikmit oiurriMt. "Oh, jis, when I was a lsy you could raise all the fruit you wanted to. Hut now wnal. I reckon It's Jus run out " It must Is the new generation with willed we deal If we nre to save Hits etpeuillttlrc or J17,hhuxxi nnnunl some time In the future We cannot go out to every farmhouse In the stato nud hae n chat with the farmer nud tils Imus and girls, so we must llud u way to tench them onsll) nud effectliely. The Hoys' Com clubs tliit the wny to success. They hnve been mnde possible by the cooperation of (embers eery where In the country, nnd the same Is possible In fruit culture. At one of our normal schools number of the young people who nre training for teachers nre getting ready for till new crusade. Almost any afternoon this spring In the bnsement of one of the big build lug, tnbles littered with nsit of young apple trees, twigs from stnnd-nrvarieties, thread, wired tngs and knives might have been seen. As rapidly as deft lingers cut rooM nnd twigs to lit snug, they with thread and placed In small bundles Thee bundles of ten, tlf teen or twenty tire tiny trees wero then I sent to the country by parcel jsist I These trees were to Im; planted In the. home Burdens of the pupil teacher?' nnd carefully ciiltlvnled for u jear before belnc set out permniiently. Thnt the Intel est In this rent ltnll work of education Is growing Is shown. by the fact that the number of tree were-woun- i I I jmwx,mt&&& e clns-dllc- d III "w Feed and Field Seeds Full and Complete Stocks. We are glad to receive your orders. Phone 54. Advantages of Night Schools years our large cities have recognized the absolute mvesslty for night nnd they hnve become n part of such systems The rural dlst hnve been slow to understand the great waste In energy that comes through the hick of education in each and every community. Of course a few counties In tho past year or tuo.h:te developed "moonlight" or night schools, hut it Is merely n beginning. Naturally ono would suppose Hint n county which had for Its county sent n city the size nud Importance of LnulsWIlc would have seen the tremendous advantage of such schools, but such has not been the ease. When It has hcen luggested some wiseacre hns remarked sagely: "It ain't any use. Xolssly Ml come. If they're too lazy to work they won't come, mi If they're hard at work they'll be too tired at night to come. So there you are." One day early Inst spring your correspondent happened to be In the olllce of tho couuty superintendent at the courthouse nt Louisville. While wnltlug he overhenrd n rural teacher nsk. "If I get a few hoys in my neighborhood Interested In a night school proposition will you nud the hoard stand by me and furnish light, heat nnd some new lumps;" Of course the superintendent nt once ngreed to the proposition, but a farmer who stotsl by edged n llttlo closer and nskwl, "Who's goln' to pay for the extra work!" The teacher Hushed for a moment nnd then lunilngcd to stammer, "Why-h- ow what do you mean?" "Why," he answered, "you nln't in the school teachlu' work for your health, nre you! What nre you goln' to get for this extra two or three nights' work a week from now until the end of the spring term of school?" "I'm going to get a big price for the work." she nnswered, with spirit "The price U to be my own .satisfaction that I am doing my full duty by the good Build Your Watering Troughs of Concrete All thrifty f timers nro building their watering troughs of cor.creto. There is a rearm. 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JtUmHfJt f pppHHHBK BSvJJBFSeSBjjT SmiBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBir By m VBBVBkBBvBbS9BBfl liJSmiBIBIBIBIBIBll "l TlMM tflsliliVBliH VkkkH TWENTy-FroS I f'JJ IjlilMlljliljliljKBB mailed to this bprlng greut us It The llrst JpSJBpBpBjppf f,'(PJSP,,SpSJiSPBSry' 1 SUITS FROM $10 TO $20 our. the homes of the"studcnts will he about live times us was two years ago. year the work w'us Inaugurated 4.WK1 trees were grafted, Inst year 8,(K) nml this jear about 'JO.000 will go on their mission of education. JONATHANS IIK.I)Y TO KKND PbT pr-" W . iwm . IbBbBbH B.. .; wl """-T- lf W. E. PERKINS, l J CRAB ORCHARD, KY. With such work being done by teachers here and there over tho state the children are sure to seo u new vision of Kentucky as a fruit state. FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN All Pictures of Kentucky' Governors Tnm Ike k. ttm.-T- r fcgj (.!( ceaelete ealr tt the himiI f Ue Stale celleetlea la eaUteaee GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair ikies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winter's discomfort. WINTER TOUmST FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA I 0-- j I ' INCLUDING TICKET TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, "LAND OF THE SKY." R PANAMA AND ON SALG DAILY. LONO RETURN LIMIT. ' ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVCf& PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult anv TicVet Acen nr wrltn H. C. KING, Pattcngcr and Ticket Agent 131 East Main. S- t- Lexington, Ky. rOHTKD.-Ant- on Tliormn, Itov. Fntlicr Leo, Mrs. Krticstiuo Kuhl. Fred (lutes. John Ilnuv'li, John Meier, Muttio Huwofi, A. J. Dnuuhor. ty, Krcd VonOruenijjnn, Ed Hullanl, business. Not ono of the four had walked less than u mile In the damp night air, nnd Jiifoli Gniulor, J. G. Hundley, Oot-lie- h Itenke, John Jl. Carter, S. H. all of them bad lieeu nt work nil day. Yet there they were, suilllug and bright and eager, youngsters who during the time they had been In school as little Cnlilweli, A. IC. CnWwell, S. II. tots hud done practically nothing. Ilmigliuuui, J. II. Carter, Untidy When the teacher wild, "I am sorry It's n bad night mid there are only four .Memle, A. J. Uniley, J. H. Myers, J. present," your corresiondent thought: Frank Sniitl. Futlier Leo, Henry "Only four present! Hut If at this moment each and every schoolhouso In Icntfili. Anton Thomas, M. I). Klmorc. the county had just this number at work It would mean that each year IIK) I' 1. Tliomptou, would bo caught and held nnd developed Into something hotter und liner than they would he otherwise. If It could be kept up for ien jears It would mean that the couuty would have 4,00 mndo over cltlens, In n few e;iis It would Dr. Henry L. Casey mouu u new state. It is most certainly very much worth while!" NIGHT SCHOOL IX LOUISVILLK. folks that unvo kept me In one school for ten whole years. Don't you think I owo something to the people who hnve given me my biead and butter for ten years?" That conversation mndo your correspondent vow that he would visit the llttlo selioolliouse before tho end of the spring term. Ho did rldo out to the little building that Is perched on a steep hlllslopo to keep It out of the Ohio river during flood times. It was a dreary, rainy night. As he ueared tho trolley station ho felt that there would be no one theiti for woik. hut ho whs mistaken. Four boys out of tho eighteen enrolled weiu on hand nud ready for O POSTED We, whose names are signed below, nositively forbid nny huntinc or fishing and trespassing on our premises : 0 0 of the United buiet.fromWaili-laito- n Picture, nf all to Wlliun. IUii of all Nation tn coluia. ltieery Kentucky Mapilioulna Countie.town.railroal..Con-Kirssloi- ul Uio itlttrlcti, etc. Uteat KentucLy Centue. 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Pleat. und.retaaJ. tae.e rates are by aiell eal, aad eot tbreei b carrier er ae.aU OUR SfECUL COMBINATION OFFER: ,1 PC bBbS CSgj Dally Eeeal.t Pa. I. see year Kearwky Cereraer'e Walt Ckart Both With t'-0- ll.W I.J. One Year .. ..$3.60 J.L.Beazley&CojJ. C. McClary Am A .ft a a Sk or UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Dealers in MattbMj, Furniture Rugi. Fund- - UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEfi twe ExehMti far all Kindt Office Phww 167. Hmt Pnsnt 35 Of StMfc. PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. SK loot wltu th oM ttiae-trlt- d May I'udopbyllla An! whb. Boot. U'vduflivllln.) tb grtj taken out li called m Ma of ttuiUklouT Ur MuiuT Wt traniKM Nature's (h. trlkt'i, tueu vr omit or utiflecl until ftcho or ilekeu. Looton th dumunl-ubile. Keep It Sickness Sin? ami. oi .T'AiBB?iir?MjWjaM Veterinary Surgeon DANVILLE, J KY !. vRICHM0N0.KY, OFFICE NEXT LOGAN'S STAB I Llr A Tralnlntr School for Teachers UUvatWlU ! Llto tl&MUt, YaJIJ ! CeMaTBTa II ef p CHirMU4UflUi:wtajr B CwurM. DuJ Calls Adtwirtri Primply TK FURS JOHN WHITE FVN RAW -- i 11 Hut Vt ail PuLlk I liy tr Nftrhf -- AND HIDES rlrfiHEST MARKET PRICE PAW i:i.i!.Lia TutUwrrUAi- TUliiaaJIJdur. KftotUor.Mel, 4rptnmratrurl()ttHijr, vil. ( w1iinJ -M Tw MtMb- -' IS. TilrH jnm JaauMt fWw-- 1 - Jut li. IT FwrlkTvr..AyiU7( Um -Pre.U.t 0. CKA- -. a !. Dr.JilmCHklV.SlD. and Dentist . r a Utnce Phone 194: Residence 204 'STANFORD, KENTUCKY FUM ANB frt. Veterinary Surgeon HatsaaatlMlaglklaei. HIKI M aftaa. BBnjBjV9HjsjBf ' j. t CO, mSSSS. Vt JMlc -- -