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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1914. LANCASTER s TUESDAYS MEN OrV AND FRIDAYS ii r DEATH ENDS SUFFERNGS RESPECTED CITIZEN AND MASON PASSES AWAY Mrs. , Sallle Richards, Widow of Capt. Thos. A Richards, Is No Moie Hatre'y J. Darst Dies at Home Near Rowland Funeral to be Held wv Mrs Sallic Richards, aged 7i years, ' Sunday Afternoon peacefully passed over the dark river of death at her home in Stanford on Harvey J Darst, one of Lincoln Thursday, after a long period of incount)' nvist sulistaiiltal ami respect- - validism, iti which she bore her suf. eel citiitns, passed away nl Ins home ferings Willi true Christian fortitude near KoMand, a mile cast of btanfuril She was the 'widow of the late Capt. absut eight o'clock Friday morning, 1 bonus A Richards, one of the most after a lengthv Illness of a complicaprominent ctliuns of this part of ken Capt Riclnrds tion of ills News of In death came turky m his prune as a surprise to man) of Ins friends, preceded her to the Great llcyond only . and few men in this community had three years ago To them were born more, for wherever he was Known lie was esteemed and lucd for Ins sterling fpulities of mind ami heart For over forty years he has hecn a rciident of this count), having come here In young manhood from Ohio, lie first located at How land when the I. S. N, shops were there, being a chief It POSTMASTERSHIP PAY $1,000 FOR FINE, BIG JACK THE NEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH AT DANVILLE Bob Tomlinson Takes a Hand In Game On Behalf of E. P. Brown Hubble & Eubanks Get One in Boone County J. K. Baughman Loses Jack One of the finest Jacks brought to this part of thcMatc for some time vvs purchased by Senator R L. Hub blc, of Lincoln, and Ins partner, Mack II I'tibanks, of Boyle county late last week They secured the animal from a big breeder of j'acks and jennets at Walton, Boone county, aud he cost them a cool thousand dollars. The plan to tup hun in breeding ex tra diss mules at their farm in Boyle county, east of Danville These two gentlemen have been vety successful in recent year lioth in the breeding and feeding of mules tint command top priets from the southern buyers Hub-I- d i tibanks' new jack is a coming four vear old and is a good 16 hands in height a big boned fellow-Statiubtor Henry M Bosworth, who has a mce farm, a few miles front Ltxiut-toon the Versailles pike, last week, sold an extra fine inrk that he had been holding for a steep price, to G leffers, the big mule dealer of Franklin county Mr Jcffcrs is said to have-- paid the- popular state official ?"'K) in cash and to have thrown in as "loot" a pair of mules that were making the deal for the jack figure- - something like $1,100. K Baughman, west of Hustons illc, ) this count), who recently lost something like a bill dorcn mules from eating ensilage, ha had some more bad luck but he Hoes not think it was from the He-- found an extra nice same cause aged jack that hail gotten him a splendid lot of mule colts, dead in the lot one night tins week Mr Baughman valued the anirnil very highly and can not understand what caused his death e easily-wort- WORK BIPjMBBBB3wffPiWWHIbi'sslBB ! DIRT ROADS TO THEM THIS YEAR F fipi..rij U ll- - (1 f ." gaged in farming, to which he devoted most nl ins anrniiun iiuniig nc in lie was )cars of his lift Ciiclevtllc, Ohio, August Uth, IWB, ihu lirnm in the u7th jcar of his lite, when taken, Mr Darst married Mrs Jane Ovvs-Irwidow of the late Sam O'vslcy, ami she preceded linn t the Brave many years ago To this happy union, two children were horn, William Darst, who nut an unfortunate death on the railroad a mimhcr of )ears a no. ami Mr J Owsle) New land, with whom he had made his home for several lri '' kf 0'T r l the deceased had been a consistent member of the Mtth-odichurch, faithful to its teachings and exemplifying in his daily, life the teaching of his Master For maiiv l")al )cars he had also been abeing member a memof the Masonic order, ber of Lincoln lodge No. tt), and he was also a knight Templar Funeral services will be conducted at the home Sunday afternoon short crvices leinK held at the house by Rev C II Greer, pastor of the Stanford Methodist church, after which he will lc interred with full Masonic honors, with the members of the local lodge in charge of the ceremonies ear. For mill) )car Tonight R Coleman, of Lincoln Mastei No li). F & A M has called a of Sorrow for tonight LoJe to lake action uhii the death of liar e) J Darst, a member of the local ledge Lodge of Sorrow Young Matron Die in Somerset Man) fraud in this part of the state were grieved to learn of the death, at Somerset, last week, of Mrs Joan Reddish Carrigau, who died of puerperal fever Her death came so unexpected!) nnd so suddenly that it was a sever, blow to the famil) and a shock to all hi;r friend. She passed awa) within a few minutes after physicians had been summoned Funeral services were held at the home of her mother on Main street, conducted by Rev II S Saxby. and the internum followed in the city llir little babe rested on icmetiry lur arm in the same casket with its Some three years ago hc mother wa united m marriage to William Carngau and since that time they had resided in Gatun. Panama, having arrived in Somerset onl a short time ago to make this their future home. She is survived by her husband and one little gill. Joan, her mother, two brother, George and Dr Danrulge, and two sisters, Mis Kate and Mrs I'.llis Gooch K t Widow of Robert Nave Dead widow of Robert Nave, of Mcrecr county, dud. luesday of pneumonia at the home of William Mason, in Mt Eden She wa fifty four yars old Mr Nave wa a close relative of several promuunt Lincoln count people Mr. Belle Neve, K 1 6 Iv WAYNESBURG Mr Toms gave a temperance lecture at the church here Sunday evening Mr J 1 llorloit. of kings Mountain was here Monday Mesr Lrhan Singleton. I. 1. and . Caldwell C C Gooch, It - Fagaley (went to Stanford Friday in the forme r' auto Mis Sallic Gtxicli has just received a nice lot of spring imlbmry Miss Mattie llournc returned to her home in Hubble Saturday after spending several weeks with her aunt, Mrs J M Reynolds Mr T S Reynold was in Stanford Tuesday em business. came home Mr Oliver Singleton from Richmond Saturday, where he has been attending school. Misfes My ma and .ola Acton and Miss Madge Guinii peut Sunday with Misses Irene and Juey Smylcton Mm Comic Florcnec spent Satur day and Sunday with Miss Mary War-tmGad-berrer It' ,H Mr and Mrs W R Singleton, Mc sr D W Caldwell. D N l'erry, Roy ami Oliver Singleton, attended the funeral of Mr Jane Mc.Mulliu at Sunday Mrs Durward Singleton returned to her home in Danville last week after upending a few days with Mr and Mrs. I C Singleton. Miss LUie Singleton returned with her eltna Morgan visited her couMis sin Mis Gladys Singleton last week.W , Mrs. kenton Singleton was at I) Caldwell' last week having Dr A. k. Caldwell treat her hand for blood k pois-emin- Mr Urban Singh ton took Messrs Walter Alva Morgan. 1 T Curtis, Padgett, anil an S4ngleton to Duncan in his auto Saturday afternoon Mr and Mr C C Gooch and Mis F.ffie Jenkins spent Sunday at J. A. Singleton' Muses Maytnr Singleton and Llhel Hogue. of Pleasant Point, were here Sunday Mr. Oliver Singleton was at NeaU Creek aud Stanford Monday and Tuesday. K New Postmaster at Dunnville this from Washington week said tliit F.rncst L. Winfrey was appointed to be postmaster at Dunnville on the recommendation of Representative Harvey Helm A dispatch When run down with kidney trouble, backache, rheumatism or bladder weakness, turn quiekly for help to Foley Kidney Pills You cannot take them into your system without having good results Chai, N Fo, Himrod, N. Y., Pills say' "Foley Kidney $15000 have done worth of me more good thau medicine," They give ou good results. For sale by all druggists. 1 The Lancaster postmastcrship fight took another angle this week when Col. R. II Tomlinson, one of the democratic whccllmrses of Garrard, took a hand ill the ganlc by journeying to Washington in the interest of one of the "dark horses" in the race A dispatch from Washington Thursday said Washington, April 'J R L Tomlin on, of Lancaster, a protnini.nl attor-n- i p, wlio was one of the Wilson eltc-torarrived here today to urge the threi children, only one of whom sur- apiNiintnunt of V. P. Brown as Mr Tomlinson of Lancaster vives, Miss llcssie Riclnrds, who was with her mother when the end eame, called on Representative Harvey Helm and who has been as a ministering an ami probably will see Senator James gel to her during her long illness I'wo other children, Miss Jennie Richards Mount Satisfied with Prospects ami Mrs John I. Patrick, have been The Frankfort State Journal TuesMiss Jean day said dead a number of vcars Representative J R Mount, I'.itntk, a daughter tif'tl.c latter, a: ot Viarrard county, has returned from also with her grandmother when the Washington, where he called on Conend emit and like her aunt, has been gressman Harvey Helm and the Posther devoted attemhnt master General in regard to his Mrs Richards was the daughter of for otmastcr at Lancaster. M- til1' Itriijunin Dunn, a member Mr Mount, who wa at the Capitol ot the extensive Garratd county fam yesterday, expressed himself as satisily of that name. She was the last of fied with what he learned in Washa large family . She married Capt. ington, and his friends say he is cerRichards at the age of 10 years and tain to be apiNiinted Mr Mount was tbcim was a long ami happy life to- an "original Wilson Man", and his In early life Mrs Richards county was one of the three Boyle and gether united with the Christian church, and Harlan being the either two that supwas a faithful attendant upon its ser- ported Wilson in the Democratic State vices as long as her health would per- convention mit HUSTONV1LLE 'the remains were taken to Lancaster 1'rid.i) afternoon for interment in Mrs titoigc Cunningham, of Danthe cemetery there at four o'clock, ville, was lure calling one day this short services 'being louducltd by Rev wttk D M Walker, pastor of the Stanford Tuesday 'The Masonic order met Christian cliureh. night at a called meeting to finish up took some business matters Several ALFALFA LECTURE POSTPONED higher degrees. The heaviest fall eif ram that ha fallen here for a long tune was on Piof. Hendricks Will Be Here Molucsilay evening, between three and ndayLocal Farmers Interested foil i o'clock. For a while it looked like we were going to have a regular alfalA large number of prospectiveflood It has made the grass aud small fa growers among Lincoln county faretmic jumping llie J. O Carpenter and wife. Mis mer were disappointed Thursday by the Stagg and Miss Mable Dye, motored the failure ot 1'rol Hendricks, ovei to Danville last Friday evening State Lxptrimcnt station expert to ar- to .vitncss the Center College show at rive here to give his advertised Ice the opera house which was fine Will Dunn is still supplying the ture em alfalfa culture It was anfor turnip greens far and near nounced, however that he will be here Monday, which is court day and speak and is kept busy every day gathering at the courthouse in the afternoon Mr. and delivering same l'asicr-lik- c weather today is making Porestus Reid, of Danville, furnished hunt up their old winter the I J information that Prof Hen- cveryliod dricks would be here Thursday, but clothes and build good fires There is being a general clean up In Iniind later that his piaus bail to In. change el and so sent w rd that the lec- sonic of our citirens, which all should ture would have to be tstontd until do fot the protection of health this Mure were J5 or JO of the spring There are some very filthy hog Monday best farmers in the count here that pens that should aud will be looked mortiiui lu limit; in hear i'rof Hen after at once as it is aerainst thecitv ilncks, which is a 1 retty fair mdi ordinances to have hogs penned in a of an acre cation that the acreage is going to be lot less than Wc also have ait ordinance forbidding greatly increased the coming season. L. P Nuunclley, north of Stanford, the throwing out on streets of ashes from stoves and grates, which is being is preparing to put in four acres of alfalfa this season, aud came in town violated every dav, which is a very cost, W ly to the auto drivers, by having nails i lmrs.il.iy to hear Prof Hendricks D Gover. who bought the S J Hell and glass in them to cut tires Besides farm, near Rowland, has had unusual it sometimes scares horses very badly lhe sweet potato wagon front Rus success with about eight acre u(hu sell county, was here tins week with which he sowed alfalfa seed in FebruHe scattered the seed upon the the finest lot we- ever saw and Will ary bare land, without inoculation or pre Dunn purchased a supply for bedding with vious preparations and now Ins a fine out atfd to furnish the public plants again this spring and will have stand, a pretty ami green as can be. all kinds for sale R A Lipp .ef Danville, has bun "Joseph and His Brethren" at here fur several elays on business in Lexington Next Week regard to the null and electric light plant The I. idler Cei , production of "JosTne gardener were awful busy this eph and His llrethreu" from the Ceil week until they were driven in bv a ork, eipen a halt heavy ram, which drenched the eaith to tury 1 heat re. New week's engagement at the l.cington full capacity for alxmt an hour Opera House next Monday evening, George P Crow aud wife, of Dan vpnl ljth, with matinee Wednesday, ville, passed through here Tuesday-morninevery respect the lhe presentation is in en route ffom Liberty, where which enjoyed such a the) had been for several day unii as that on ork ,i visit to relatives. highly successful run in New last year, lhe original company will was Dink Wilkinson, of Liberty, production here a while Tuesday morning attendbe seen an the original comes, intact Unci among the play- ing to business and was on hi was to ers are- - James O'Neill, as Jacob, liran the dtX)t to take the train for the aud Pauline dtiu 'I yuan as Joseph, mountains where lie is logging interOver ested Frederick as Potip'.iar' wife in the stave manufacture two bundled and fifty people are acClarence Allstott. of the Rolling I'ork tively concerned in the performance first of the week, having eif the was here the Playing the more important done at some automobile repairing recognized minor role are such Rule's garage ot the fam-ru- s a W T Carleton, of Iillishurg. Mr Henry Cascv Arthur Spragens. Opera H"tt Carleton county, was iiere first if the-five years the Russian reHarmon, for eek fugee with William Hodge in "The lhe B L A society will have their Man From Home," the well known refreshments Saturday evening in the Shakespearean actor, Charles D Her- store room recently vacated, under the man and llrigham Royce. Franklin opera house, instead of at Lairs store, Rosma l'vervbody invited to attend and lend a Pangborne. LcoMld Profeit. Heiilc) elaiighter of Helen llerlram, helping hand the famous eipera singer; Ruth Rose, at the Christian Faster service a daughter of the dramatist, li li church will be in the hands of the misMacdon-ald- . Rose, Irma Lerna, Cordelia, sion band -Services will begin prompt-a- t Blanche Fisher and a score more 7 o'clockThe public cordially inled by vited There is a ballet of twenty four daliseusc, ienuesc the Helen Prager anil there are desert Give Comfort to Stout Persons of folk songs aud cavalcade dances, camels, oxen, asses, sheep and A good whole i.inr cathartic that Ins horse, donkevs in the wonderful stage picture a stimulating effect on the stomach. Iivei and bowels is Foley Cathartic leprescnting the Well of Dothan Scientifically "Joseph aud His llreth Tablets, Thoroughly cleansing in action, they keep you regular with no reii" is the most imprtssivcly magnificent spectacle ever staged in this or griping nnd no ti'iplcasant after distendThey remove that In Lotulim the any other country ed feeling so uncomfortable to stout Lieblcr Co', Century 'Hit aire producFor rale by all druggist. tion has bttu duplicated h) Sir Her- persons bert ItterlHibm Tret, with Maxim News of the Churches in the role originated and being The playtd heie by Miss Frederick t the Methodist church next Sun-da- ) with nglish paper have concurred the Sunday school will meet at their American contemporaries m de- 9 .10 AM preaching at A, M costume sccuically, in claring that church Sun Services ttrfugtti day will be at the Baptist Sunday school magnificence and dramatic as follows "Joseph and His Brethren" transcends at ')Mi. preaching at 11 A M Subject 1 ho eleven any of Us predecesors "The Rich Man's Folly," Young peoscenes into which the drama l divided ple's meeting at 630 and tv cuing serare as faithful a representation of de- vice at 7.VI, subject "The Resurrecsert aud I gyptiau life in the time of tion " Israel and the Pharaoh as tradition At the Presbyterian chut eh services transcript can make will be held this evening at 7 30, preaud historical differthim. The light effects in the paratory to the communion Faster will ent acts are beautiful beyond all des- be observed by the communion serstriking of these vice in the morning at 11 oclock and cription, the most being the view of th- - pyrnrid in the evening worship at 7.30. Sunday-schoo- l last act, with star anil moonlit;? 930 Young peoples meeting at P M Presbytery of Transylvania On account of the extreme length of will meet here Tuesday evening, April the performance and the vast elabor14. 730. Opening sermon by Dr ate nature of the scenery and light efAll invited. of Louisville fect, the curtain must rise in. the ev- The Prcsbjtery will be in session unening at eight o'clock, and on mall til Thursday-Clearnee day, Wednesday and Saturday, at , two o'clock. Complexion-Remo- ves Skin Blemishes Why it Suits Particular People Why go through life embarasstd and with pimples, eruptions, l'oley's Honey aud Tar Coni'ioimd is disfigured prompt and etfective for coughs, colds, blackheads, red rough skin, or suffercoughs ing the tortures of Kcicma, itch, tetter, bronchial croup, hoarseness, 'Ihomas Verron, salt r luuni Just ask your druggist for and throat 'roubles. "Foley's Dr. Hobson' Hcicnta Ointment. Folwrites Ihncock, Mich, Honey and Tar quickly relieves tickling low the simple suggestion and your throat and stops the couh with no skin worries are over Mild, soothing, Kxrellent for babies and bad after effect." It contains no oni-al- effectivetender skin. Stops chapping. and is mire. That's why it suits particular people. For sale by all Always helps Relief or money hack. 50c, at your druggist. druggists. s, iosl-masltr can-didagr-iin 1 es -well-know- n lPPRiiB Ffscal Court to Talei Adrantrje of Change in Road Law More Money Allowed for Road Work, Too Till T.ini-nlfrtinfts l,K,fil ..,,r, . three tl.iv. ipiimn p.irtv ttiU u....L made the- t.1c r.v fur thr mtttinrv tmr allowed a number of claims apportion ed tne roan levy to the dmcrcnt roads of the county and bought a tractioti en- ,,., In 1. uwm-- ... .1.. roanI I '"c i" nt H.t.l..! iu tne macuincry now in use bv the county, and which will be used for grading Meinhrrs uf llm fisi-nu tit-overseer will be appointed and hands aiiieo out tor worx on tne flirt road of the county this fall, as was done before the present road law was changed, and as is now pcrmittevl under the cuangc mane in mc law liy tlic last legislature Tins will enable the men on the dirt roads to pay their taxes by work on the roaels In accordance with the lawj the court ordered publication of the delinquent poll and property tax list, which will be done n . rcc-ci- s To Be Formally Quite-- Dedicated Sunday, April 12th. in 1M rtnrli ..iK t . t f Sunday tuimbtr of Lincoln count) c ple will go to Danville next, April 12th to attend the elcdicatory ceremonies of the new Clmstiaii church The above photograph and cut shows the magnificcnt proportions It is ones of the handsomest church buildings in Kenof the new structure. tucky, and is a splendid testimony to the piety and liberality of the members jf the Disciples church of that hustling little city An especially beautiful program has been arranged for the dedication and lunch will be served for all visitors from out of Danville. MONDAY IS HORSE SHOW DAY t each $I(X) Large Crowd Expected in Ton to See Bloods on Exoiu'inn Monday. nnl court day, is Horse Show Dty in Stanford, and with pros-- 1 ptcts for fair weather, an m usually large crowd is expected in town Prominent horsemen expect to see from 20 to 30 blue blooded stallion here on exhibition that day. In addition to the large number of fine sires which arc now owned in Lincoln, several from out of the county will likely be on hand and be put through their paces, J. G Cecil, of Danville, said last week that he hopes to bring his two trotting sins, Thistle Doune and Chime-v.on- d here if the weather is at all propitious Dick Scudder has been akcd to bring in his great young hire. All Peaviue from Mckuiney to give the big crov.d a look at the getter of so many Futurity winners Walter O. Walker will have his great horse. Carroll Preston on hand, while Nevin Car-te- r will put Kentucky Gentleman Ihroiihb his paces. In addition to these there will be a dozen or more younger sires which are fast coming to the front in this section. Rockcastle Man Had a Hard Life tu William Nevvcomb. who claim have served more time and earned more money for the state than any other prisoner in the reformatory, was paroled by the Prison Board Wednesday Nevvcomb served ten year of a term for manslaughter and wa pardontd. He went home to Rockcastle county, but an unhappy home sent him wrong again and he stole a His sentence was forty two horse years tins time. He was thirty-fiv- e when he came to Frankfort in 1904 to begin serving his second term. A son, who was in kilts when Nevvcomb was arrestee! grew to school age in the meantime and by doing odd jobs of tinkering in his cell at night Nevvcomb earned extra money which helped keep the child in school. He is going to Indiana to live. The lioy returned his aid by going to Rockcastle father county and securing the signature of leading eitiren to a petition for his father's aid by going to Rockcastle now in effect and the Governor signed the paroles. twenty-onc-year -- Now Here's Some Real Live News Sure (From Tuesday's Danville Advocate) Shelton Sauflcy, of Stanford, L M. Smith of Harrodshurg, and Everett Hoover, of Nicholasvillc, are being talked of as probable candidates for the Democratic nomination for congress to succeed Congressman Harvey Helm The totnsvillc Times said Tuesday. Dr W R Ray, who was Shelby conn, ty's Representative in the last Legislature, is a visitor in Louisville today "Dec" is still somewhat resentful of the wholesale denunciation heaped upon the late Legislature by the State press, and thinks the most of it was ill timed and very unjust. Dr Ray confessed to being tempted to make a race for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Lighth district, but says he is not vet readv to make a fornnl announcement While "Doc" didn't say so, it is hardly believed that he cares to go hack to the Legislature again GET YOUR DINNER COURT DAY FROM THE LADIES OF THE BAPTIST CHURCH. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE, OVER THE STATE & BANK TRUST COMPANY'S BUILDING ON MAIN STREET. It YOSEMITE The graduating exercises of the Mid. dlcburg high school were held at the Methodist church Friday night. Diplomas were awarded Miss Sallie s, Misses Ruth and Martha Dye, and Herman Lucas. Rev Mont Gabbcrt preached at the Christian church here Sunday morn-ni- g and evening, R M Shooji is our miller now and the politest man in town. He is kept (liute busy on Saturday, grinding for his customers Miss Lizzie Delk went to Richmond Saturild) to inter school. Fo.;lc, who underwent a scrl-ooperation for appendicitis, is doing well and will be tip in a short I!s-le- Iee as time gay ts W Ci Bailey has opened a shoe cobbler's shop in a room adjoining T. W. Branson's store Bert McKinnty is building a nice residence on ccnietcr) street at W T Miller and others who bought lots in the Young addition will build soon Rev R A Barnes did not accept the call to the pastorate of the Liberty-Baptis-t church, but will go to Muhlen. burg county to take charge of evange listic work under the supervision of the State Board of Missions. It is that Rev J W Wade, of Butler count v. has hecn called by the Liberty church, though it is not known yet that he will accept the call While in the Waynesbtirgsection last week we had occasion to visit the new Baptist church in course of construction on llison ridge Wc found some ten or a elozen men hammering away, seeminglv determined in their efforts to have a house in which to worship. It will be a beautiful structure when completed, and the people are working hand in hand to that end Wc did not learn who the moving spirits in the work were, but they were all moving while wc were prcsmt. ami arc deserving of praise for their efforts to do sonuthing for the Lord Nice Present for Retiring Postmaster As a mark of their esteem and their appreciation of his many kindncsset eliirmg his service- - with them, the four rural route carrier out of Stanford presented retiring Postmaster J. C Florence with a handsome morris chair by this week. The) took the surprise ami he was deeply touched by this evidence of the sentiment his coworkers of many )cars feel for him The local carrier are John Fugleman, Jr, Judge W L. Dawson, Jesse Manning and J B. Sartain. MT. HEBRON Rev T J Godbey filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday night with Mr Simon Petrey. ed a good sermon. Miss Laura Sims visited her sister, Mrs. Clara Oaks. Saturday and Sun-ela- 1 10-4- brother. Gene Roger and family Born, to the wife of Josh WiUon, Jr. a nine pound sou Proctor, of Ottawa, Ins been visiting his sister, Mrs Gene Roger. The Liberty Baptist church is having the finest Sunday school ever known T he wife and childitn of Ktnmet Reynolds, have a severe case of the mumps but art all better now Misses Froiua ami Mmda Dameron, were the guest of Mrs Murphy Reynolds. Mrs Hubert Barnes and little son near have been visiting her mother, Bee Lick Lula Roger is very sick at this WHEELDON'S STORE Rogers, Is now- visiting her - s es - Misse Fannie and lilsic Rogers and Fronia Dameron, were the guet of Miss l.elia Rogers Sunday Ihere was a large crowd at the goenl news letters were Sunday school Sunday, as Mr W. 11 Several crow tied out tin William gave us a fine talk-issue, but will be printed Tuesday Check Your April Cough Thawing frost and April rains chill Strengthens Weak aud Tired Women "I was under a great strain nursing )ou to the very marrow, you catch cold-He- ad stufful- - You a relatives throuwh three months sickand lungs are feverish -- Gwgh continually and ness," write Mr, J C Van De Sande, feel miserable Sou metl Dr King's of kirkland. III., aud "Flcclric BitIt soothes inflamed ters I'ept mc from breaking down. I New Discovery and irritated throat and lungs, stops will never be without it" Do you feci cough, sour head clears up, fever will tired and worn out? No appetite and It isnt spring Itave, and sou feel fine Mr J T. Da. food won't digest? You need Electric Bitters. vis, of Stickney Cerncr, Mt. "Was weather cured of a dreadful cough after doc- Start a month's treatment tor's treatment aud all other remedies nothing better for stomach, liver and kielucy. The great spring tonic. ReRelief eir money hack failed like it Get a bottle to- lief or money batk. 50c and $1 at your diuggist day. 50c aud $1 00 at your, druggist n writing Mr Virgil Oaks was the gticst of Miss Ruby Harris, Stindty. Mrs. Laura Silcr is better at this writing. Mr, Tom Hcndrtckson spent Saturday night wialt Mr Simon Petrey. Mr Will Flliott and famil. have sold out here and have- - gone to Casey conn-t- y to make it their home. ernie Petrey has been very Little sick, but is better at this writing. Mr Bud Oaks is able to get to church again Mr John Hamilton spent Sunday with Miss Lena Oaks irgil Silcr and wife visited his Mr father Saturday and Sunday Robert Burleson arc Mr ami Mr rejoicing over a fine boy baby. Cnttly Johnson is some belter Mr after a severe illness Mis Annie May Burleson is very ill at this writing Mr Gus Ollish is just about the same lie has had a long severe spell of sickness. Mr, and Mrs Simon Petrey visited her father and mother Sunday. Mrs Klira Wesendolf was the guest of Mrs Miliary Oak Saturday- interest rtn thi t,.,.l. - 7 rents for the turnpike lionds sinking HURT BY UNRULY HORSE nmN cent ror interest on the e bonds The court nll.iuf.,! tVi. c,,, r tarwi Oscar Jones Knocked Down and Sus-Blfor work on the turnpikes of the countains Fracture of Several Ribs ty and $8000for work on the dirt r ,!.... roads Ocear Jones, a brother of Thurlow S3 000 which is nn inrmi. to tltc latter work. W Jones, a local stock dealer, was The traction nu-inImiinlii tt.. five badly hurt at his home, about milt from Stanford on the Ottcnheim county $1,642. and is a J. I Case engine, for which Tom Pence, of this pike early in the week while handling some horses in a barn lot. He vvas city is agent. He heat 11 bidders who endeavoring to pen one young aninnl sought to sell an engine to the county in with a long fence rail, when it bolt, cd and knocked him down The blow-waG. E. Lutes Pleased With Florida a hard one. and rendered Mr. Jones Granville P.. Uitcs. a well known The animal then stepunconscious. ped or kicked hun on the side; slightlfarmer and stock dealer near Turners- y fracturing several ribs. Mr. Jones' ville, got back to old Kentucky last injuries were dressed by a physician week from Klnrid.i r ulur. .... A.., ,- ... ...... .. - ,v... and he is eloing as well as can be ex- week or so prospecting He returned pected under the circumstances. grcaeiy picaseti witn ttie Land of Flowers and says if he can dispose of his PREACHERSVILLE Droiicflv in LinroTii iirntiinltl. I.A ..,.!! Roscoc C Colyer was called to go there to make his permanent home. Somerset on account of the severe ill Mr. Lutes spent sonic time in and of his father, Mr. P. J. Colyer. around Orlando, where the Messrs. ne vvaiton are making such a success of He is not expected to live. tli l'innrtn..Cin. Arthur Miller and wife were in Stan- their dlllv He describes Orlando a the prettiest ford shopping Mrs. Wm. Rigshy. of Brodhead, is a little etty he ever saw. and was delighted with the old fashioned Kentucky gticst of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Rigsby. Recent advices from Breckinridge hospitality which he received from all of the who now live county, state that Mrs. J. W. Blanken-luwho has been ejuite ill, is better in Florida. Mrs. John R. Rigsby visited Mrs. P. V. NEAL'S CREEK Parrtsh Mr. Tom Farmer, ol Danville, spent Masters Loraine and William DarnCreek, visited Mrs. several days with his father, Dink Farels, of Gilbert's mer. Prewttt Thompson. Mrs. Arch Green visited Mr. and William Flmore, young son of Menhas been sick of meas- Mrs. James Kirk last week. ifee Mr Ross Luster moved from here les J C. Sampson, of the Sattfley section, to Mr. Mary Muldoon's property to visited his aunt, Mrs. Mollie Bajrd. He Hall's Well, this week. Mrs. W. R. Daugherty spent Sunday also visited Jno Nay lor and wife. Mrs J W. Palmer, of Point Leavell, with Mrs. James Kirk. Miss Bidehe Green visited Miss Du-la- y Mrs. Prewitt visited her daughter, Baugh last week. Thompson. Misse Jennie Rav and The farmers at this place are pretty Lucile Thompson were also visitors. The families of S. A. Ballard and bllsl sowintr tobacco lirds anil George A Brown, of Lavvson'-- . dis- up new-- ground. miss Florence liurk--, of Green river, trict and J. J. Thompson, of Bcazley district, of Garrard county have been snent Snml.iv uitli Mice 1 school, which will make it more con- at Mason's Gap, miss thioe Parmer and her sister venient for their children to attend Saturday to see Mr Eel Hubbard. school. Master lid Farmer spent several Mrs H G. Cummins has been complaining but is able to be about again. days with Mack Fanner at Stanford. Miss Myrtle Daugherty was over to League Improvement The School meets every F'riday night It is urged ste .Miss Osa Fanner Sunday. Mr and Mr that the parents and patrons come out Charley Dunaway. of anil get act'uaintcd and lend your Highland, were over to' sec her home folks Sunday-Mr- . heartiest in the efforts of on- school to educate the boys and girls Boyce and Carl Hunn, of Stanot today who arc to lie the men and ford, were out to see Jessie and Ed Farmer Sundav. women of tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Ilruce Daugherty, of Mrs. John Richardson has been Green river were over to see iiis home roseola. Mr and Mrs Thomas Naylor visited folks, Mr. and Mrs W R. Daugherty. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Roberts, of this William Naylor and wife near Stanplace, were in Stanford this week. ford. Mr. Dink Farmer and Henry Kitt were at McKinnty on business this MASON'S GAP w eek. Mr. James Kirkpatrick of Neat's Mr Creek, wa visiting his brother, W. J. was Oliver Singleton, of Waynesburg, at this place on business this week Kirkpatrick Sunday Mr. Ed Farmer was at Saufley to see Barney Davis visited his Mr and Mr aunt, Mrs. A. E. Grimes. friends and relatives at Waynesburg Sundav MASON'S GAP Miss Lalla May brier, of Highland, Mrs. Mandy Gilhiand was entertainspent several days with Miss Lizzie ed Sunday by Mr. Herbert Davis, of Davis aud daughter. They enjoyed themselves Mr and Mrs. James Hoi ley have been Stanford. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Atkins. fine. Scarborough Mr. Bruce Daugherty Mr. and Mi's James and family Mrs. Annie Hooker have moved to their r.ew home near the were visiting May wood section. Sunday Airs. Anna Hooker and Miss Pearl Miss Florence Burk and Miss Pearl Hooker were visiting Mis Lizzie Da Hooker entertained quite a number of their friends Sundry Some of those vis. Monday. Miss Cleda and Annie Kirkpatrick that were present were, Mr. Walter spent tne day with .Miss Catherine Davis, of Pulaski and Mr. George Be bleu Memday. Rcdinou, of Highland Misses Grace Irvin spent Saturday Mr James Davis, who has been very ill for several days is improving slow- - night and Sunday with Miss Pearl I looker. b Mr and Mrs. James Robbins visitMi Dollie Atkins was visiting her parents, Mr and Mr. W. M. Atkins ed Mr and Mrs Jas Grien Sunday. Air George Hurst is getting along Here list vear Mr Willie Miracle was visiting Mr nicely at this writing. . Barney Davis last week Mr Henry Km purchased a fine Children's Diseases Very Prevalent mule from Mr. Charlie Baugli last Whooping cough i about everyweek-M- r where Measles and scarlet fever alJoe Kirkpatrick has been visit- most a Inil Use Foley's Honey and ing Mr and Mrs K. B Bastui tin Tar Compound for inflamed throats and coughing week Mrs I C Hostler. Grand Several of the young folks of this Island. Nth. says "My three chilplace attended Sunday school at Ncal' dren had severe attacks of whooping r cough, and a very few- doses of Foley's Creek Sunday-MHubert Davis was visiting his Honey and Tar gave great relief." friends here Sunday. Foley Kidney Pills Successful For Mrs. II C. Hurst was visiting her daughter. Mr Barney Davi Friday FOR RENT Mr. Nancy Miracle is on the sick llrick store room in Hustonville, Ky. list feet with back room 20 feci Miss Grace Irvine, has the pink eye, i07S square Under opera house, joining but i improving at this writing Mr Bruce Daugherty and family Ikith bank aud postofftce, on corner of have returned to their home at May- - Maui aud Danville streets. Electric waad lights. Possession at once. Box 22, Grover and John Miracle have re2S-Hustonville, Ky turned to Bell county Mr J. S. Power and wife will leave here Wedneselay Miss Judith W, Montgomery was postmaster of eireensbtirg, Ky. This Read Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser lhe Texas Wonder Kidney Flush out the accumulated waste cure diabetes, and all irregularities of the kidney and bladder in both aud poisons of the winter months; men and women. If not sold by your c.eanse your stomach, liver and kiddriiL'tiist. will be sent bv mail on re neys of all impurities Take Dr. King's ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two New- - Life Pills: nothing better lor Mild, months' treatment and seldom fails intrifving the blood Scud for Kentucky me laxative. Curef. constipation; and to perfect a cure. Dr. D. W Hall, 2926 tnakts you feel fine. Take no other, testimonials. Duckteu's ArOlive street, St. Lotus, Sold by drug 25c at your druggist (Advl nica Salve for all hurts. gist. 1 e. turn-Dikue c s hp. anions mc various ttin.H as iouowh; & ccnis tor roatH: ig centi t1 far PPflfml PVIlPllrtitltr ftm.l cent to take care of the floating debt"; I .t,l ,n (Murine ,c ....!- . .i .u ,.....). i siiiKiug t mmIP tor the cotirthotts bond. cent for iisjiwuiicu 1 1 worth of property was ap ,;.. - ill-u- f - hi .'I 2 non-gri- p -- , K TSB INTERIOR JOCRNAL STANFORD, XBNTVCKY RID AY, APRIL 10, 1014. V.f'1 Tkt Interior Journal aa 10 j. men who expect the unexpected will appreciate the merry dash-and-R- O modern young norougniy B11KLTON M. BAUfLF.Y STUtCTI.Y l TroprWof IN ADVANCE ui Sltnftrd tl Ufni A TE.VU l Bnlttfd rldit mill mnlltr pl(c l in Adieus Collegian Clothes Brightly fashioned. Popular in price. Was From Harrodsburg Mention the I. J made on Tuesday of the prospective candidacy of Hon Merinetlier Smith for concrcM in this district was taken from the Harrods-litir- g Herald of last week. Mr. Smith was the cry able tncmlicr from Mercer in the House of the Iat legislature. In sonic way the line crediting the item to the Horrudslmri; paper was left off Ppr Women's Low Shoes ' lm t?k' i 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. believe we can please you. Anyway, we want you to see them. They are all black-g- un metal, dull kid, patent leather, vici and satin, in pumps, straps and button oxfords, at $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00. L I K KING'S MOUNTAIN Horn, to the wife of V. 1). Murphy, a fine tny, Kalpli Warren. Rev Wright filled Ins appointment Sunday morning and evening. Rev. OslMrne will begin a series of meetings at the Christian church Saturday evening, April 12. J. MROBERTS STANFORD. KY. The good citizen of our town and community are holding mass meetings each week for the purpose of maintaining law and order. It is hoped that the bootlegging and other low- 'drwp mcancss will be brought to an cm! soon. Wake up caucus of King's Mountain and stand for the right. , Mrs. Harry Walls, of Ludlow, has returned home after a few days' visit with relatives here. Rigney and little Mrs. Mary A 'granddauehtcr, left Monday for Cincinnati, where thej will make their in home $8.98 $18.98. Miss Nettie Gooch, who has held a foul position at Danville for about cars, is at home with parents here. Mr, Chestnut I.each and wife were the recent guests of II II. Padgett and in family Misses Grace Thompson and Laura $4.98. Jrhn'on also Russell Thompson attended the commencement at Middle burg graded school $5.98. Mrs Sarah Curtis returned home after spending several weeks with the family of Dr J. 11. Smith. Miss Lena Cannon, of Owingsville. is with her uncle, C. II. Cannon and family and atttnding school. She will make her home here. Mrs, F. It. Howard has in a nice line of spring millinery. Call and sec. J. W Peterson, our hustling editor $8.98. of the King's Mountain has Kcho. purchased the store house of V C Come in ind In ui tell you )our mils nd dictiet. and had it moved near his dwelling. He has converted into a it printing office Uncle Drewerv Gooch is ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs W D. Johnson Little Miss era Gilhlaud has been quite sick. SALEM Mm Richard Hatter has been very ill with stomach trouble. Mrs. Amelia Wall is convalescing Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble after a severe attack of pneumonia Rural Routes Kill Small Postoffices Her sister Mrs. It A Singleton, of Positive in action for backache, weak WajrcOuirp has bten at her bedside The poMoffice at CalrosSi Spencer will be discontinued April 30. back, rheumatism, kidney and bladder u.iMiig I er illness count, P. J. llojd troubles. Ogle. Texas, Mrs Mary A. Walls died Sunday The following otticcs will be superApril 30 writes: "After Liking two bottles of morning of a complication of troubles, seded by rural delivery Foley Kidney Pills, my rheumatism iiiic was "0 years of age and had been birdscye, Knox county; Aimter. Madison county; McCreary, Garrard coun- and kidney trouble are completely in falling health fur some time HavTab-!oitone." Safe and effective For sale bv ing suffered three paralytic strokes, ty, Grancer, Butler county, and all ilniwt the last one caused her death Mercer county. She 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; now our pumps hug the side of the foot. We are sure we can fit your foot-- we :t ' Spring Bargains LADIES' SUITS up-to-date I I H. J. McROBERTS few womin or men seem to to Tango or get Dancing Lxcrcise unless they arc assured the freedom e from aching ftct that AtUn's the antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes, always gives. Since the tendency to hold Dancing parties has income almost a daily and hourly neccMitv in every community, the sale so the Druggists of Allen's report, has rcaclud the Sold C try where 2Sc Trial mark package FRKK Address Allen ! OlmY sted, LeKo), X ,w Made styles. We will sell them at from to LADIES' SKIRTS THE JOY OF DANCING EXERCISE Swell and pretty, peg top skirts, checks and plaids, from $3.00 to Blue Crepe skirts in different styles, from $3.50 to All wool serge skirts, all colors, $2.25 to $4.98. ore erv Foot-Las- Cud to know you have used It. Tell your friends how it stopped your falling hair and greatly promoted Its growth. Ask Your Doctor. 'LZ.u'."fc Hair Ayer's Vigor Welch's "Cie JVational Some society folk have just discovered jnpe juice but many of our customers hive long kt vn by experience what a splendid drink WliU A S makes, whether served plain, with charged w zt, in lemonade or in the famous WELCH puncl We have WELCH'S, The National Drink, e in Quarts, Pints and in the individual bottles. Four-ounc- Foot-Kas- e, high-wat- National Drink? WHY not follow Secretary Bryan's example and serve your uests with WELCH'S The Zrin 1 LADIES' DRESSES Well made white embroidery, crepe and voil dresses, from $1.98 to Gil-Itla- Bargain Store v. had bten a member of the Baptist church tor 50 years, but had been unable for some time to atttnd services Mie often cxpressttt hersilf, as bung prepared to mett her Maker and no doubt she has entered into that sweet rtst, she so badly needed She is survived by slc children, tlurt) five grand cluldrtn, and four great grand children The children arc Mes,rs. G W Wall of I feasant Point. John Walls, of Stautord, Logan Wall of this place, Airs. Cathtrme Watts, of Mayvvotxl. nnie and Klua Wall, who were living with her at the time of her death Our hearts go out in sympathy for these dear thildren. may they put their trust in Jesus, who knowcth best and strive to live so as to uuet their dear miitlitr in that betttr land, where sad farewells are never sjioKtn. After funSingltlon, eral strviccs by Rev J. the remains were laid to rest in Pleasant Point ctmetery Sunda) atfernoon. m brageguKJl w See These 2 Blue Bloods at Horse Show, Stanford Monday PRINCE BEAU NAB0TH We will stand our tine saddle and harness stallion. Prince Ilcau by Ilcau Naboth, Xalioth, by old Xaboth, at our farm, known as the Tom lloonc place on the Otttnheuu pike at 18 to Insure a Living Colt Princ: Ilcau Xaboth is a handsome Id hands high, dark bav of great style and action and perfect disposit on. Money for season due when marc is traded or pitted with or bred elsewhere Care taken to prevent ac idents but not responsible should any occur THE GREAT JACK BEECHER We will also stand the great mule jack Ileecher at 58 to insure a living colt. Ileecher is 11 years old and is black with white points, sired by Reliable Foley's Honey and Tar Compound Joe Ulackbtirn, he by Second Prince and he by imported Prince from Spain Just be sure that you buy Foley's First dam Cariana Taylor, second dam Honey and Jar Compound it i a re- Xcomia, third dam Illy the, liable median for cough s.cold, croup fourth dam the Ilennett Ellin Jennet whooping coughs, bronchial and' la Money due when mare is tradtd or grippe coughs, which are wepkenfng to parttd with or bred elsewhere it aIo gives prompt and taktn to prevent accidents, but Care the svstem not dtfiuite results for hoarseness tickling responsible should any occur. breaching throat and stuff) wheezy T. M. BOONE, R. D. 1, Stanford, Ky For sale by all druggists. Use "Tii" For Sore Tired, Sweaty Feet tired "1 i?" makes sore, burning, Away feit fairly dance with delight go the aches and pains, the corns, eal- ou;is, Misters and bunions. "In draws out the acids and poisons and puff up your feet. No matter how hard you work, how long you dance, how far jou walk, or how long jou your on in Phone 2, Penny's Drag Store, Stanford, Ky. THE REXALL STORE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY "Opportunity seeks the man with ready Prepare for his money. coming by ope mg an acrv 'iS count Glen Brook A ld ' at this strong Bank' Condensed Report of Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, March 4, 1914 TODAY .Trtt pins I'ii-- - ' HV 55140 f ( feet, Jj JMNEP sssB'" 111B 'B '"' "HT'sJwaM6?vS.ii5tf rwfPI' foot comfort "Tlii" is wonderful for tired, aching, swollen, smarting feet Your feet just tingle for joy; shoes never hurt or stun tight Get a 2S cent l of "TIZ" now from any druggist or department store. Fnd foot torture forever wear smaller shoes, keep your feet fresh, sweet and happy. Just think I a whole year's foot comfort for only 25 cents. "" brings "T 1 1." restful BIBHMMiMEi HIGH GRADE STALLION My high lireil Chestnut Sorrel Stallion will make the Season of 1914 at my barn on the old fair grounds at Ilustonville. Ky. He is lb hands high weight 13)0 pounds )Ie will serve a limited number of marcs at $15 to insure a living colt, season due when marc is parted with, nrleav. ing the county. This stallion is by 'Ashland Brook and out of standard lirnl trnllini mirp !! !i.i nrniTH In be a great breeder, having his clts to show for him His coits arc all saddle colts, with good style and action Call and sec a good horse before breeding tinu comes JIM REED I will al'o stand .lie great mule lack lini Ke;d. the well known mule jack by the old jack of Jim Reed's Having sold Ins colts at $100 at weaning tunc and is a fine breeder, hav ing colts to show for him here. He has a large Ih)MC and Ins colts have good Ikhic and style He will stand at $10 to insure a living colt Money due when marc is parted with or left the county B. W. LEIGH, Ilustonville, Ky. "Honor Roll Bank" RESOURCES: W 9 .L,ens ,' 5358,484.97 ;t Capital U.S. and Lincoln Sumlm ami ..: LIABILITIES: $100,000.00 - Banking House and Circulation Fixtures - 6,500.00 His Payable Due from Banks npnrKiu . Cash 31,225 23 J county uonds llili.SUU.UU iw.te 221,071.19 107,639.01 100,000.00 NONE uC, 4" $528,710.20; LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK r -- $528,710.20 i ncsl Court Hou, Stanford, Ky. See Our Display of Easter Goods The styles we are showing in Oxfords are the best sellers of the season Baby Dolls, Strap, Pump, Button and English, in Tan, Gun Metal, Patent Leather and White. AT r. Kentucky Gentleman 5167 : Kentucky Gentleman has been pronounced by competent judges to be one of the greatest young horses in the state. He is just the right siir 15 4 hands; weight about 1,150 peunds. He is almost perfect in conformation and his color is ideal, being a dark chestnut villi white hind feet and a star and snip. He has a beautiful mane and tail. Kentucky Gentleman is especially good In thf shoulders, wethers, back and quarters. He has the best of feet and legs, and is perfectly sound in every way. He Is an impressive horse standing still but is more so in motion. Sets himself perfectly and is a true galled horse; never touches himself anywhere, and has exceptional speed at the rack ami trot. Last year with very little handling his trainer stepped him in a quarter in :42 a 2M8 gait. He has wonderful intelligence and Is kind and gentle. Kentucky Gentleman is a typical Kentucky saddle horse the kind the whole world lrvrs and admires. His breeding is the very choicest. He is by Chester Peavine 3184, by Rer Peavine 1796, by Rex McDonald 833, by Rex Denmark 840. Dam Flora Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 33, by Black Squirrel 38, by Black Eagle 74, by King William 67 This grand young horse has proven him-te- lf to be an exceptionally fine breeder, and I ofler his services to the public at the very low price of $20.00 to insure a live colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare part-- el with. The bnt of attention given to mares, but unt responsible for accidents, should any 3-- Kentucky Gentleman will make the season of 1914 at my place one mile from Stanford on tho Danville pike. VOLTAIRE 55140 Percheron Society of America Voltaire is a handsome Percheron stallion, perfect in conformation and weighs about He has proven himself to be l.'.'OO pounds. enc of the best breeders in the state. His cdtii show for themselves. Each man thinks his colt is the best. He has great action for a big horse; can gtt up and go like a trotting horse. The progressive farmers are breeding to diaft horses more every year. They tealite that little, weak teams cannot do the work as it should be done. Lots of our farmers have been ruined by shallow plowing, causing the soil to all wash away. But it was tac best that could be done with the teams we had. No successful farmer can afford to pay the price we have to pay now for farm lftboiers and send them to the field to do a day's work with a small team. So to get the best results you have to have Improved machinery and a good big team to pull it with. The only way to do this is to raise big hoists and Voltaire is the best big horse In the country to breed to for that kind, he has pi oven it by what he has done. Your brood mares will not last always; an you raising any young ones to take their places? Don't you think now would be a good time to do so, while you have such a hcrce close to you? Vtltaire will mike the season of 1914 at my place one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at 115 00 to insure a live colt. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. "PILE OF STYLE" CLOTHING FOR MEN The Kind That Look Well and Wear Well, COME IN AND TRY THEM ON. SUITS FROM $10 TO $20 v. V J ..fa. Tl f v, r W. E. PERKINS, Carroll Preston 4383 ington Denmark 64. DAM. Baby Pence by Enoch Ardrn, 2d dam. Lady Pence by Forest (2o3); 3d dam, Dauylijuruf Garrard Cliiet,(2J53; itlulam daughter Borie's Gray Eagle, $ TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I have facilities for cariug for mares sent to me from a distance and will furnish good grass and the best of personal attention. In all cases a Hen will be retained on foal for service fee, according to law. Fees become immediately due and insurance is forfeited if mares are removed from state or bid to another horse Care taken to prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. I invite Inspection of all my horves and will guarantee satisaction in all my dealings. He will stand at Nunnellcy's Stock Pens, Stanford, Kentucky. Bay, horse; star; both hind ankles white; eight years old; 16 bands SIKE. Preston 022 by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73 by Wash- CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Is r J. L. Beazley & Co., nl J. C. M'CIary --AJ & J. NEVIN CARTER, STANFORD, KENTUCKY W. O. WALKER UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealers in Furortyre Matting, Rugs. Furni- - UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER turi exms;m m an km OfflM PfctM 117. HM PMt f MMk. PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. 2K.9i TANF0M, KENTUCKY. fi Vi VI r r t THR IKTEKIOK JOURNAL STANTOUD, KENTUCKY. Jolm Owsley Held is at Martitmille Mr. Mil llallanl U Hie riic nf Mm, mytlcn I.caxell at Lancaster Joe Hill is at home trom (icnrKC-tow- n College for ICaster vacation Mrs. li. J. Tanner ami Miss Nutli Taimer, of MrKinncy, were the guests of Mrs. W. K. .Shikars Tlmrsilay Mrs. Susan II Nearer, who has hecii Sick for several clays Is lliotifilit to he imiirinctl. Mr and Mrs Uol.rrl Collier, Miss Mirtle Miirra), Miss Clara Collier ami Miss Annie Midillcton, of Crali Orchard, were here Thursday. Oarrard .Snjiler, of Jcllico, was of his uncle, J. S. Oaks and family, near Crali Orchard, this week They spent Monday in Stanford on dimness, t FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1914. ROYAL RAKIN6 You Have Nasal Catarrh Not Very Bad, But It Bothers You a Good Deal. Romo peoplo havn naxnl cntnrrh and know It. Not only the patient known It, but nil of his friends know It. Many people know It that ore not his friends. Just those peoplo who happen to meet him In the atrccl car or on the public square. That iiort of a nasal catarrh need not bo described. Kvcrybody knows the symptoms without their disgusting recital. Powder light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? Is the Housewife's Greatest Help. WHAT so tempting toasthe appetite a Royal makes the perfect Dank Stock for Sale Kit five !Mie, of SUIr It.mk v Trust Co., stock in front of the court house in Stanford at 11 o'clock, Mnn. lay, April 1J. J. I'. Chandler. 28-- 2 I Will rcruna short cake, biscuit and muffin,, and improves the flavor and healthf ulness of all risen flour-food- s. UEf' same time making them more It renders the biscuit, d and short cake more digestible and nutritious, at the hot-brea- foods. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for the preparation all the year round of perfect 4 attractive and appetizing. PERSONAL and SOCIAL Mrs. T. Ilcailcy, of Shell.) City, was here Thursday for a short time Mrs. Mary Hurcli is having an enjoyable visit with her son. J J. Hurcli and family at lloltcrr. la Ifcv. und Mrs J. V llai". and children, of Covington, were the eucsu this week of her sister, Mrs. I! C. llattehnun and family - wnk H . I aftir J city rrl.itiws and fricmls C. I.e.ich. of a few das on business. K 1'cpplcs has returned to Paris spending; sceral d.is here with i V fi-.- t, viai n.is ... ... t in i.v.miikiiiii .1.:. llll (mH M. BELL'S ffcr- BLOOD POISON ! niUllmt of .nn thai grow frntn Mt. ortwb thai nml.r tb alia Id m4 in, Ik (h IS rtuDr mtlllom A tlrtt twtt woH W.r. killed IhoM (w WMatul h.p. lb.M ml Uoa frpw being bortt. ffmt T.kar. tvs. boi Ittua mI. mat for m.r u T W, MT AotlHH Aft. v Antiseptic Salve "TU It Br Th BaJI" Thurxl.1) iiieaaut call I Mr and Mrs. K G. Hamilton, of l eliamiu (unction, are here visiting rc-- , lames and friends, Miss Susan Fuller ViMds has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. . !S M Mien and f.unil at I Mr ami Mrs C K. darnett ami lit- -. lie ilatiKlitcr. irt;iuii Wilson, were the wests of Mrs. liettie Uuchanan at t rali Orchard Frith) Miss l.uida Owsle"). of Lexington, K who lus heen with her sister, V. I'. Walton, Mrv for some time, wi'l leave Saturday for Texas City. Texas to visit her brother, who is m Hit army and now Mationcd on the frontier Mrs. Ilellc Walton Ilunlcttr and Mrs Tllen Letcher Owsley will leave Thurnlav for Kentucky the former to the summer with brother j in I.i'xutKton and ' lit- - latter to return to her home at Lancaster Orlando, 1;U, Keportrr-Sta- r Milli-rsluirt;SK-n- ralna was In this and paid this office a vrT. y fn ysjLT&fr )rxj)ai)dydresser .. 7SJif - W pso f)x7-- - f J, unes ner btisAands clothes V t 1 aV iH 'V W I l K wrTfVj 0 --- a' 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. f CHAB ORCHARD Our two milliners, Mrs. Tatimi and snecxe. Mucus In tho nose too thick. Miss Nulla Arnold, have ccriIiniK Sometimes forms brownish lumps. stvlish in hats nml nl.l.ii n.i ..... Catch cold easily. Never quite free fit joil up in the very best and latest I of a cold. Thcso symptoms describe me very lowest price possible a caso of subacute nasal catarrh. si)ies, for first class goods. Don't fail to jjo Many peoplo have It, and soma who to sec them when you need a new hat would not admit they havo nasal Mr Mrtlt .'ii(ivtiiise. of Morris. Itortii. I'enn. ami Miss Delia IVtroi He knows he must blow his nose . of WillianisburK, visited friends here ji wiai no noes I last wc(k not breathe easily through tho noso. further. Mr M (.. ldridKe, of U Prior ' lex, was the Riicst laM week of Mr BEECH GROVE HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT 'J Thomas Cherry Mr. G I. Spaiiklcr left vcMtnla) Mrs. nild and d.niKhtcr. of Illinois. j ,an visitimc Miss Ida Jinld. wmi is morning fur Glasgow, Mont Miss Mrlsada Chadwick, of Crab The People's Market Place Adverjtcachmtr at the uradcd school I Mrs MaijKic James has returned Orchard, visttid Miss Komc Spinyler tise What You Have to Sell iliouie from a pleasant visit to her sis- Saturday night and Sunday. ler, Mrs John Il.ildrrm.in, of I.ouis- IIWI. J. W Stewart to paint your Miss Cora Durham returned to stile and Mrs A Add.mis. of Frank- fort Richmond tin t week, where she is at- roof. He will charge you iO cents a square. 27 Ah Miss l.ucile Morgan is home from tending .school. Richmond school to spend vacation. ( Mrv Nannie Smith and daughter, Mr Charlie Holderman. of Ma)s-villInsure vour uronertv with Bromley actimipamcd his sister. Majmc Miss Lucy, at Undid church at Preach-ersvill- e & Bronilpv, Stanford. Kv. Sunday irLtiiriiini; home ami was the Riicst of hi motlier Sunday I Mrs. Will Tiirpin, of Bell county, I will plow and harrow your gardiu Mi's Ophelia , rctiinud from .a deliRhtful siu to her brother in St is visiting her sister, Mrs, Silas Dur- in good shape at a reasonable price, W ham. Louis, Mo. M. Adams, Phone 173. Mrs. Dexter Hallo... of Stanford, Miss Roxie Spangler, cntcrtaiiud a was with her mother. Mrs. M F. Fish few ol her friends Saturday night. All Cabbage, tomatos, and PLANTS Saturday and Sunday. delightful time. Mrs. Ida Cutiiiinnv of Stanford, vis- reported a most all kmd of vegetable plants. All kinds son of of potted and cut flowers, and bulbs. Robert, the ited her sister, Mrs Maud Campbell Mr and Mrs. Hob Shaw, died and was J'.d Hubbard, Stanford. several das Mr lleitrv Campbill. of Cincinnati. buried at I'reacher.svillc. Abccss being I siili ins l.ncii! i'oi a siioit lay i!ii the cause of his death. FOR SALK S. C. Brown Leghorn week. Miss Una Roberts, of Hubble, and eggs, SO cents per setting, of 17 and Mrs. Hannah StjRer is netting alotiR brother, George Roberts, of Chicago, $2.50 per 100. Mrs. W. F. Dislmn, as well as it cm be expected 28-- 1 Mr and Mrs. Claud Sparrow, of visited their sister, --Mrs. Tom Shaw, Stanford, Route No. 1. Corbm. are visitini: Mrs Mary Culton Saturday night and Sunday Mrs llculah Wilmot of Corbin. is WRITIi me, telephone me, cntm and Thomas Scott, of Garrard county, visitmir hir parents, Mr and Mr was hero Sunday to sec a young lady. sec me atiout your house, carriages, fiioriic F.dmomls, near town .Ml M ic (rali and automobile painting. Paper banging 1'atc King, has received word T.ininr Tlinniimntv t that his son William, who has been Orchard, visited Misses Mary and a specialty. Shop on West Main strctt '1 cleplione J. J in resilience. No. employed for wine time in Indianapolis f wa poisoned by the acids tised m Mia McAlisIer, Saturday night anil Hcltlm. Stanford, Ky. etching saws, and is in a verv serious Sunday. A SPOTTED mirror is an eyesore to coi'dition William or "Hank"" as he is Mr. Will Law son lost a valuable the neat and well appointed room, it is known to the Ikivs, is a general favor. horse from beimj t not serviceable. I make mirrors and itc witli the voung folks, who will be i Mr. returned to his old orry to hear of his; illness litcrj home atGeorge Davis Ind,, after having clean wall ones, work guaranteed. car 1 Grecnslmrg. paper, painted walls, news is that he is better and' will be oil paintings, j spent home soon some time here with relatives pets, picture frames, etc. F. 1 Stepp. Phone 142 P. O. ISo.x Rev Donehue. of the and friends. p 55, Sraufurd, Ky. Christian church, filled the pulMr. lister Wilson, of Hell county, pit here for Rev. Gabhard Sunday, who was called to preach a commencement visited her son, 11. L. Wilson, also her Easter Entertainment at Moreland sermon elsewhere. He is an able daughter, Mrs. George Hoskins. There will be an Easter entertainpreacher and beloved by many here. n George Grasini has gone to ment by the children of the Moreland Old L'nclc Sam Pleasants, a pioneer from there he goes to Idaho. Methodist church on the night of Easdarkey, of this place, died of pneuE .1.. Wilson has moved to his home ter Sunday, for the benefit of home and monia last Saturday at the advanced age of ninety years He had worked near Crab Orchard. foreign misisons. Everyone is invited tor nearly every one in this place and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin anil lo be present. was regarded as honest antl reliable Lick Monday shopping. ' Noel Carson's Ooath" an exciting Mrs. Clifford Hell visited her mothdrama in four acts will be rendered Spring Millinery Opening bv l.vcal talent at Crab Orchard er, Mrs, J. S Hoskius. I will have a complete line of spring Springs hotel on the t of Anril 17. Mr. antl Mrs. J. T, Wells were in millinery on display at my store on The public invited and assured of a by Christine visited at Mrs. Smith's Thursday, April 9th Everybody most i.mvxI time an, the worth of their Sunday. ironev cordially invited. Mrs S J. Tat cm, Mrs Mary Carlton entertained Joe Smith is some better. 28-Crab Orchard. of her friends last Friday afternoon from J P. M. to 5 P M. in honor NOTICE TO BIDDERS ( f Miss Klla Judtl, who is visiting her The County Hoard of Kducation, of Deafness Cannot Be Cured Ms'er Miss Ida .ludd here. Slips of pa. a thrj- cannot the per were passeil to each guest upon Lincoln county will, until ttie first by local HppUc&ttou. the rar. Thcr i r(U ono only ,rtiHi oC which was written the name of some Monday in May, 0H, receive sealed way to rure dVafiuw, and that U b) confutation Iy mi IntUuietl Is caued al rrmrtllv. lKafuwhich the holder of the card nids for the construction of a ituiiMl rtimlltUui ( ttm mutTtu lintnfr of the i:ut.uli.jii yuu hare a Wlifn thla tube Is Inflam-!Tube. was ninrcil to draw ujion a (iund ir ImperffCt hearing, aud when school house at McKinncy. Ky, rumtllnE A squirrel drawn by Miss Ida It U ft.tlrtlv t'ttwid ltafiu'B 1h the nult. ami I nhl drew the prize, but each enjoyed Plans and specifications can be seen ttnletf the- Inflammation can bo taken out and hrar ttiln the fun of striving for it. A delicious at the office of Superintendent G. Sin- tUU nlll tnretund to tta normal roudltlon,iKit vt dfHtroyptl fwcer; nine rae tun al.nl course was served. Miss Judd gleton in Stanford, or by calling on ten arn caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing bst an tnflimvd rontlltln vt the mtioma mrfatM-ahe guest of honor is a uacher in Hollara for any cne We will xlre On Ilundn-April while Miss Ida ludd is a M. F North, at Hustonville of lteafniKH (rauiel by catarrh) that cannot he cured by Ilatl'v 1'atarrh Cure. Send fi Clrcu W M Landgraf. Sec'y 28-6th teichcr in our graded school here lam. frit. There was a dance at the St. Ivan T J CIICNEY 4 CO., Toledo, O. Sold by nrnjrclt, 7.V Fi'cl last Friday night, which was Take lUU'a Tamlly 1M1U for constipation. will attended lo butiness, is careful and trustworthy, and deserves promotion. Mrs. Caltha N'ewland take Ila's place in the e.xx. change here, and Miss Kate Mitldlcton .aBKkV takes Mrs N'cwland's place K Tear DCsKwMlf2flKi Mrs Will Attains, of Mt. Vernon, t. Tmt was the guest of Mrs. James Jones this TcrCrai-Cruat-aii-vimin-murr- n I J8-2- T three-year-ol- d 2r"i-)0-- R 29-tlux-keier 27-4Wash-inngtolUL-lisev-tral 3 two-roo- m black-boanl. . 191-1- . 3 Crust-Du- Thousands have attested to this fact unsolicited. Perana benefits even the worst coses of old nasal catarrh. But there are eases of najial catarrh not so evident. Ono nostril Is stopped today. Tho other nostril Is stopped tomorrow. Cannot breatho freely through the nostrils. Iuiy to helps nuch eases every day. He recalls the fact that he (moron now, whereas he did not previously. Subacute nasal catarrh! Or we might call It Incipient nasal catarrh. Or, still better, nasal catarrh Just beginning and Incoming chronic. Now Is tha tlmn to take Peruna. A little Pcrmia will do wonders ct this stairo of the disease. Knurt a little weak Mlt water every immln? (see "Ills of I.lfV srnt free by Co.. Columbus, Ohio), Just enough to clrar out the nose. Ta'ao a doso of Pemna before breakfast Hold It In the mouth. U-- t It trleUn down slowly and breathe the fumes of It out through tho noso aa you swallow It. This will stop an Incipient ca.n of nasal catarrh in a few v.ee!:s. S'. p It entirely. Th noso beooms clrar again. Tho breath Is sweet. The breathing free. No more snoring, or snuffllns, or sninilnj, or catching cold easily. All of thesu things arc In the past. An army of mon and women havo been benefited by I'cruna. Von mlcht aa well become one of the benefited ones aa lo allow II to go on any fiome bladder trouble ami never suspect ft. Women complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney troubles, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys arc not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other or gans io Dccomc inscasin. You may suffer a great deal with pain in the back, bearing down feci ugs, ncauaciic ami loss oi amniiioii. t oor health makes you nervoi.s, ir ritablc and mav be despondent , it makes any one i. Hut hundreds of women claim that Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Rooby rcstor ing health to the kidneys, proved to be On th front ct vnrr Mrtan tni an th latxl of Ttr bottl ol lb OCNtTDtS just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. . ILL'S W A good kidney medicine, possessing real heating and curative vabic, should be a blessing to thousands of nervous, srUI fh1 lh BULL I etrcte. d women. Ormnr VatMlft, lh ( ofndWntrm Siamn' nM Many send for a sample liottlc to jlamMM r'UHl' rlM." So, with ! sec what Swamp-Roo- t, the great Kidl utloni, ,ou know hit to bur, ul taa ney, Liver anl Bladder Remedy will "Tell By The Bell" do for them. Kvery rcadir of this pa , Oau, SI. 00, AT DftUQ STOKt. per. who has not already tried it, by enclosing ten cents to Dr Kilmer & Co, ltinghamton, Nr y mav receive sample sue bottle by Parcel Post S'oti can purchase the regular fifty-ceand Please send in at once the dol'ar that sie bottles at all drug you owe for your subscription and get stoics vour name on the next honor roll. t, IMPORTANT TO READERS Thousands iiion en lifair kidney or AM, WOMEN OF THIS PAPER thousands of wom- 3 ILbythEI over-worke- tn '"'T' btt one-doll- ANNOUNCEMENT WE lake 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 excellc nee 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. We carry a complete selection of Shackamaxon" Fabrics. 1 H.H.R0EHRS Merchant Tailor DANVILLE, : : : KENTUCKY Mr Hugh Logan has the finest lot f Duroc hogs ever seen in this place Several of them cost him a hundred dollars apiece Miss Ha N'ewland was called to Stanford Saturday to help in the tele ihone exchange There is no foolish ncss about I la. She attends strictly weik I I AH Root bile uwJ lo trom the KKKW jJmA& WW7J IjfiSis. Bgsy Sflr Make Standing Easy You'll find all the old Cros- sett comfort in the brand new Crossett styles. Snappy models for men. Get your Crossetts quick. TMHTtll ll relise.jle WMFOVdl Uvrr. I f In the PODCUX lixmuU lh.ol( tuj tctn ultra out. sW Buy ll rod try It. tut it Jr I When Paint Scales li TV Gt-c- J. F. CUMMINS Opposite Court House, Stanford, Kentucky t4& Bills ! The signal. 11 IM.rJJi.'iiiUa i M UliiU; .Ui lVIAi;aT";rli! LSp j wood swells, cracks, decays. house goes down in value. (Butch Boy Painter Trade Mark) rnint crviln ic n AXCtPT Moisture seeps through, the - The Oxford for Easter With Lots I 1 III mJy iafelAlXv Anchor White Lead Pony. Rig Season Is On Hand Now Orders are coming in to be made special styles, etc. We are headquarters tor fancy rigs. Come and nave one made to fit your child and pony. Will measure your pony and nave a set of harness to fit also of Style f and pure linseed oil paint doesn't scale. It film that keeps forms an elastic, won't-crac- k values up and cuts out repairs. It can be tinted the color you wish for your house. Its beauty lasts for years. We carry Dutch Doy White Uid and LInwcd Oil at welt as Tinting Color and oilier uLnt and painting.rcquiutei. Sc us (or quality. We have these in all styles and sizes. cSssett tSHOF TRADE MARK W. H. Higgins Penny's Drug Store, STANFORD, Robinson's $4 io $6evetyrvhev LEWISACKOSSE1T1NC North Abintott.Hoa KKNTl'CKV. Maker yy r ft; 4 I RRRR - ,r THK INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1914., CiRRRRRRj T i I . RRRRRRRJj . rttPnit SMSMmWmMu Waw1aalwMMMajjMaaMjMaMaM pea!! USE ARNOLD'S BUGGIES Actual Facts Present Arguments You Cannot Get Around. We often hear the remark that "Arnold sells a lot of Buggies y ' 1m pjills Prevent Sift Food Loss Jffl." Rcmeny Rf'WiVVRRlRRRRRRRRKlllRRRRRRH m Wlthaal thcte two riirnlcel ou rnnot ruccml with poultry iror.1 th ttrit preparation l No other thrw wwk.in Prlu Dby Chick Foad-t6- c. -the onlr ' ritkin. We rnl ft Iniuiri luitr crow th. To prevent Intntltml trouble" th ono are pecine U Pr.tL Vhlt Dlrrh nd 6"c. After they ran Remedf- -r the early critical perio.1 they mature quickly into profit paying merobera or Do you think for a iA minute this business of ours would be 3 9 n C jour flock. I)cfue fubntitutes; Intltt on I'rstta. . . .. . r l..t.ilt.fL Co., & 10 Mm mmmm For sale by New Stanford Drug Stanford, Ky., Ir L. Davis Stanford", Ky., 404J FARM AND STOCK Son, because he advertis- es" and we usually have to smile when we hear this because advertising gets credit for so much. Jr VZtaRRRR NEWS I L r I IRRRRRRRRRRStRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRHl m YOU will find the List oil, greases etc., at J C McClan's Harness Store GLL and see my stock of all kinds of harness. It will pay jou J 28-t- t f IF you want the best seed sweet potatoes m the state set Jos Halloa 2!Mp Mammoth llrone turFOR SALT key eggs ?1 SO per setting of II, Mrs. Z) I I. H. WriRht, Stanford, Ky FOR SALR Urood and work mares and work horsc; two disc harrows and r, V one smoothing harrow. Morcland. K Yon want sonic MR. FVRML'R sure to gergood seed corn that minate and make the most bushels. If ou do. call on V. I' White, out on the Stanford and I'rcachcrjville pike or Leecc & Collier Crab Orchard. TO THE FARMhRb -- We arc in the firm wool business for the of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, of Springfield, Tcnn, and will pay highest prices for same We want jour trade Sec us before you sell. .1. D. Eads & Son. Alfred. Stanford, Ky ATTENTION FRMEKS -- Charlie ?nd Ncvin Carter are bujing wool for n firm of Isaac Rosen-bauthe They will & Sons, of Louisville buy jour wool now or will pay jou the market price at shearing time, Ihcy will receive the wool at the tobacco warehouse back of lliugliman's mill. They will gic jou a square deal 29-- 2 Frank Slcdd, of Uourbon, sold to Tollie Young, of North Middletown, a good driving horse for $150. John DIake, of Centerville, bought a driving mare from nice si.- - ear-ol- d Walter Clark, of Paris, for ?160. McCHntnck, oi Milleroiiurrf, Thomas bought of J. 1? Wood, of Iiourbon a mare mule, for U0. W. A limits, east of town, bought four nice shoats from Mrs. Ellen Rowe this week at ft a head. j E. Kimbcrlin sold to Mr li. V. Knnberlin, 13 fat shoats at 7 .V4 cents Both lie near I'arkville. per pound J. E. Holman, out on Route No. 1, mule, E. T bought a two- - ear-ol- d Pence. Jr., for $100. bought two regis E. J. Howenstine tercd "gilts from R. C. Arnold pajing $25 for both of them. Will Boone, out on the Somerset pike, sold a bunch of 200 pound hogs to R. C. Arnold it seven and a half cents per pound. R. C. Arnold sold this week a cow weighing 1.055 pounds to O. 1'. Huffman one of the butchers at six and a half ecu's per pound John E. Madden, of Fajette county, has bought from J. Walter Rice, of North Middletown, the chestnut colt Plaudit, out of Oliver Fant. The reported price was $1,250. Caywood and McClmtock, of Paris, sold Saturday to a Mr. Gilvin, of West Virginia, nine head of work mules for about S172 25 per head. Dr. Hindi Reid sold to Sam Castello. out on the Danville pike, nineteen head hogs at eight cent per of pound. R. G. Hampton, of Lebanon Junction, bought of Joe Nevius, of Lancaster, a poll and cart, paving $100 for the outfit. R. C. Arnold, one of the local stock dealers, bought eight light hogs of Dr. J. T. Morris, out on Route No. 1 at seven cents per ioiind, a cow of Milton Simpson for $30 and a cow of Dan Logan, out on the Lancaster pike for 21. ,Car-pente25-F2G-2- F well-know- n well-knowm ld years old, prosperous, well and favorably known all over this country if we did not have the right kind of construction at the right prices. L d Don t say no vnen you are not sure. But say I won't buy a Buggy ed until I have seen Gear Arnold's NEW PATENT Double Reach and many other improvements on the 1914 buggy. Re-lnforc- One thing we want to get into your system: Money spent for Arnold Buggies is well spent. H We Solicit your business and extend an invitation to visit our factory. We solicit a portion of your vehicle Trim- ming, Painting and Repairing. g North Second Street R R. M. ARNOLD We visit Stanford each court day. Danville, Kentucky ee us Monday. Si ;3 or F R C. 1 locker, R. T. Urucc, J. C Eubanks and a number of other Lin coln countj farmers went over to ii last week to attend the sale of the laic M. A. Phelps, father of Mrs Hocker. A large crowd was on hand and cverv thing sold well Tom Fox purchased 57 acres adjoining his farm at S105 per acre The home place, with alxmt 205 acres, was set aside as the widow's dower The. rest of the land was bought by the sons of Mr Phelps. IX Mack Phelps got 4.1 4 acres at $90 and 113 acres at ?j2.s0; Rufus Phelps bought 133 acres at $70; S. M Phelps got 150 acres at ?67,50, having this privately before the sale. Mules brought from $21(1 to $337 per pair; corn sold at to $6.40; cattle verv close to 10c; hogs farming implements brought good 8c; prices. Mad-tVo3-- E. T Pence, of this city sold to W Jhn Wilson, of near Wliecldon's tuule for More, bought of U M Rogers, a fine j car-ol- d Mrs milk cow for $50 and calf of Monda) was court da) at Richmond. Fannie Rogers for $10. V. M Pnderson, out on Route No. There wore a large number of mules on shoats at seven the nnrket. Some were sold at good bought ten prices, many remaining unsold. Thev and a half cents per pound from A I) ranged from $100 to $227.50 per head. dams. I'.il Itallard, a farmer, out on LanAt the stock jard there were about 1,21)0 cattle on the market. They also caster pike, sold a three-- ) ear old stalsold at good prices, ranging from 4 to lion b) All Pcavine to Alvin Adams of " cents per pound. There was only I r)antsille for $400. Monday was court day and horse about one car of sheep, which brought Hogs brought about 8 show- day at Paris. Mules were a lit- a good price cents per pound. The number on the tle off. ranging from $130 to $2each. Stanhope Weidtmanti, of Uourmarket was not large. bon counts. iMiuglit an etia mud pair L. McCartj a five $150. 1 Doctors Endorse If we did not believe doctors endorsed Aycr" Cherry Pectoral for coughs and colds, we would not offer it to you. Sold Ask Your Doctor. for 70 yearn. fSiftf Xflt ofT, BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels and is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but BROMLEY a. BROMLEY, Stanford, Ky., & Stanford, Agents Ky., March 3, 1914. GENTLEMEN: Your check, for claim filed with jou a few days ago received, for which acct.pt my thanks. This is the .second claim I have had on my accident and health policy since taking same with jou Itss than a jear ago, and both times jou have been very prompt and fair in jour settlements. Any time I can say a good word for you jou can count on me, ai anjone taking a policy with jou will find that it is exactly as repreVery truly vours, sented by jou ami a good one R. Ii. HORTON. of work mule from Cawvood and Mc Clintock. of Paris, for $425. Cajwood & McClmtock, of Pans made the fol lowing purchases From of mules Mrs Marj Tarr, one mule at $200. from Mr llotkin, one mule at $165; from Mr (iaddts, two mules at $300; fr mi Mr (larnett Clifford, one mule at $1W. .1 T Judy, of Millersburg, sold a work mult' to Ca)wood & Mc Clmtock. for $140. J C llryan, of North Middletown, bought a pair of s'even-- j car-ol- d horse mules from V C Laudrum. of Clark count) at $300. GOATS FOR SALE reduce my flock 1 have a for sale To one who' has "bush" land thev arc better than a crubbinu hoe, more profitable and hardier than shtep. Fearless of dogs and bitter browsers than uthu sheep or cattle. To clear land, they arc invaluable. Call on or address. J H. UL'INSF.NIIKRRY, Mgr, Arabia, Lincoln count), Ky., 29-Railroad station, South Fork, l"o 8 s Silver Seal Paints Finishes, Stains and Varnishes And thuy will cost you 25 ',t le.ss than other high grade brands. Icll us your paint needs today urul wu will Bond you our I'AlNi iiUUK It gives prices and , otner valuable information. frt: Kentucky Paint MFg Company, (IncorpuimUal) 313 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. ill IF ? K Feed and Field Seeds Full and Complete Stocks. FIRST YOU SAVE SOME MONEY THEN YOU HIDE IT IN THE HOUSE THEN SOME SMOOTH STRANGER COMES ALONG AND YOU INVEST IN SOME SCHEME AND LOSE IT Study this picture. This kind of a thing is happening all the time. If the smooth stranger had a really good thing he wouldn't be peddling it. He wouldn't HAVE TO peddle it. Investments that HAVE drummers NEED them. We can you, but we can't afford to advise you wrong. Consult Us! HAVE YOU ad-vi- se Make OUR bank YOUR bank Stite Bink W. L. McCARTY, & Trust Company Surplus, $1,160. L. PENNY, V.Prea. Cashier. W.G. SMITH, M. H, SALIN, The ideal car for a progressive business man; it brings the farm close to town. The car that is worth all you pay for it as a business proposition, with the luxury and pleasure thrown in. The car that gives its owner no regrets for the amount of money he paid for it. The car that is sold in larger numbers than any car in the world. There is a reason for it. Be wise and profit by others' experience. When you want a car, buy a Ford. McCARTY & ANDERSON, CATARRH? yr We are glad to receive your orders. impaired? Does your throat get husky or clogged? Modern science proves that these symptoms result from run down health. Snuffs and vapors are irritating and useless. You should build your general health with the in Scott's oil-food breathing nasal Phone 54. GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky J Go To enrich and enliven the blood, aid nutrition and as similation and assist nature to check the inflammation and heal the sensitive membranes which are affected. Emulsion-ii- s powers will nourishing T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House y Gapital, $60,000.00. Pres. J. 8. RICE, C. C. PEKRV, s. 0. Agents for Lincoln and Caicy Counties. Scott's to standard of health lljiJK will raise your Emulsion catarrh. correct Mum alcoAolic mlxturi and intiit on SCOTTS for SEED CORN, FIELD SEED and Garden Seed s