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' Yew Tta m (hi Lrt m J1HT prdmtttilf PrMtftlr. Mi-M- .j' j - , mmji rUMlA Jr.. f. VbXi no.j..; SUPERINTENDENT ntekior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, the ,a v. . 19H TUESDAYS M AND FRIDAYS PHEMYTCRY IMMNf'SEMION HERE i'.syM Klderi of Denomination Meeting at Gutili KM - fa- - H Watford Church SUGGEST SAUFLEY FOR CONGRESS'lN 8th Dlitrlct Politicians . Interviewed Frankfort 'Say He It The Man To Beat Helm on 'Canal Inue ASK COURT TO BUILD PIKE WILLING 'HI " , ft. ' '' NATIONAL BANK Bull Moose Chairman Says No RepubPlans Drawn and Accepted for lican Will Suit Progressives At Residents in the southern section of of I. J. Former Hime Lincoln county arc ery anxjous to Candidate for U. S. Senator into Modern Office Building ,c y. haic the fiscal ocurt order the buildA dispatch from Frankfort published ing of three .trj&yte'rjr of Transylvania of miles of pike from That the Progressive party in Kenin the Lonnvillc Herald Friday morn The Lincoln County National Bank to the Pulaski county line, and tucky will have an able candidate for tcrian cinircii, u s lias lust iiik was a follows. is planning to convert the second story prlnif.(.C.sl.ii of three tla v a arc pushing the matter, getting up sub- United States Senator in the election 16. Frankfort, Ky, April IntcrctitiK scription of property owners along tlic this fall was stated positively ami emof it building the old I. J ofi'irc .Tlie Stanford church 'lint eniov. Kossip of CoiiRrcssional Klitic in the road, and others who into a modern office building, which, iLjffc VisJaqHirtmuilsters ami cltl-f- r arc interested in phatically to an Interior Journal repreDistrict was hroiiRht to the caphiuhlh when completed will be the most pre'Clirill!' this form of loiI run,! for sentative bv State Chairman W S ;rnm- SI 'churcirc.'. Tlic spirit of ital todav hy several prominent poli- Iiic , tentious advertisement Stanford has people of that party, while the two Chriifjan Fclro'Vs)ui, wa noticeable tician of that district who came to the A lengthy of that pari of the county had since the erctcion of the new court pm was presented in in me nnninrsj scssipns and inc State House on departmental business. nsrai courtpetition recent meeting to the were declared that this week. Mr Law house and the new depot. Plans have liKJou scrvicMi.. Tli nbn of stress- aj its will Hairy Giovannali, According' to the rcort tlicy iirotiRiit Willi smite rmtlfint lv li,iln Iml,l here, editor been drawn by the firm of Meyer and Jorf-til.n IiilfwrtnfCj IjT aggressive cvan- of the Lexington Leader, the ,,1 tlic opposition lo the ol I -- ,i " ,i' Brenner, Louisville architect, which ' onlv republican newspaper wprK at' this meeting of the KenijrUMIC. in Congressman Harsey Helm is aNui to l V'V call for eleven office room, furnished nW, f ?. l,rV"R,,i tucky, had sent his political corrcs. vj 11 nil" iivmii iijij miikii imi. j editor ' center on Shcllou M and finished in modern style, with all ol ?. ffC, ',?' poiidcnt to Danville, Mr Law will's Tlie,''4ermir)'iil the opening nn Tuesday of the Inkrior Journal at Stanford, and "J '" ,, ,7' ,' ''V t ;ferC'1 conveniences and comforts. The bank home to ask him whether there was not l.y Rev I G, ',lmv"? formerly a newspaper, man of Frank- - i ""J1 V I. "cnoId. R. , some leader among the republicans who will ask for bids at once and work on I). J).1, of Kentucky Thcologi- ialalalaB fort, at the nroi.er man with whom to !r.,. ..(,wSh' ;. H.SIJII, the building will start as soon as the to the Hull cai ..oenmwp,. oi uiuisviiic iIUIIItl' would be satisfactory ncmoin ilefeat Helm Stanford is in Lincoln, I hoiiipson, W JD. D. HI contract is awarded, Hays, J N Goe- - Moose of Kentucky a a candidate for lias lhetc. betri heard lirre o iiowerful Helm' home county, anil according to The plans as drawn by the architects vv Mr Lawwill ays that he iionon, w It. pradlin. A. Senator ;kn; ijppcal g church member to give tin! prediction the Dimocrats made here nei, .I will, when carried out, make the al... Horlon. A F. Warren. T. L. l, told the Leader representative emphati .l. if III II1P UIIIK III lIMCmHT !.. UCU I1CIII1IIU1 i.. .1 .. I. tothy, Ssuflty is the only inait in l'" of the bank the most desirable I. I. (Miiijeiiy, A. II. ?.6i.l.re Kinadom of Heaven were ss not a Tingle rcpuu JM district who can Jicat Helm in hi home Camden, It L. Fagalcy, Muiudii Cald- cally matthe and most attractive olticc building in ' DW lican in ,iS, On Wednesday morniriB there wa a state who will be satiscounty and carry the lower tier of well, Craig Gooch. Dean Smith, this part of the state. The plans call RrsriuKUi'ir adilrcu hv I'rnf C G. Crooks Roy factory to the followers of Roosevelt as -. counties in Ihe Kighth, composed of Singlett.ii. uv -- 1 for eleven offices, an enlargement of mi. ri nincii iiir He says that i in. wiinviiic, iii .'...! ".i" nccuj aim lAdair, Casey, ltovle, Garrard, Lincoln, Dr M G II J Steele. J. S. Wright, United States Senator. 'the approach and stairway on Lancas-llryant. Ii. W. Caldwell, J he i certain that the republicans inW. M. Dunctn finiortfin!lie for misMoiurv work in Mercer and Madison. ter street, with an It. .T'VtliC rrelitery' doorwav territory were clearly Sauflcy's popularity in his home H. Curtis, W. H. Onstott, H. G. Sinn, stead to renominate Senator W. O Winfred M Duncan, one of the best finished with columns outside and H. Singleton, J G Warrmer, H. L. Bradley, and that the Progrcsives of pointed nut , county is said by the men here today sX Prof. W. C. Wilson, Dumas. L'rban Singleton, F. O Gooch, Kentucky arc willing ami anxious to known and most popular young dem- made very ornamental and attractive. ?& . Allarfre nart of the time on Wednct to be due the record he made a planned It fiimiw" was rivcu to the enn-- ' The hianord School Hoard has rc member of lo Lower House of the re- a - D. Smith. Virgil Mc.Mullin, J. F. make the fight on the issue of ocrats of the comity, was appointed as- the isbuilding, also to excavate under Ihe install S Gooch, It. Curtis. A. J. V nideratiMi of the work of Foreign Miu. sistant postmaster at Stanford this week ter heating plant, a complete hot wacent session. o( the Gcncr.1l Assembly, Stamper, which will heat ev" lnm. Uev. V. II. Harrison, of Korea, elected Prof W C, Wilson as Superwhen he fathered and led the success- JdIiikoii, Mont Gooslut, A. K. Caldwell, to fill the vacancy caused by the re- ery room in the building Electric mIi" inemlier of thi I'rcsliytery, intendent of the city schools for next ful fight for a change m the road en- J. H Perkins. T S. Reynolds, J. L. NO TAX RAISE ON LINCOLN CO signation of W. A. Carson, who was lights will also be installed throughout rnnducted :i ery lieliifiil eonference on jcar, which will he good news to the gineer's law His efforts and vote Koontz. C W Skcllctoii. S L. Camden, J. S Horton. C F Wheeldon. Her- But State Board of Equalization Hits compelled to give up the work on ac- and with heat, lights and janitor ser''lUw ta Interest a C'hnrrh in ForeiRn vice ' Mimoni," after which the mcnilicrs of pa I roni of the Stanford Graded and against the Glenn insurance lull also bert Reynolds. P W. Wheeldon, J. C made-hiBoyle for Five Per Cent count of his eyes. Wallace Singleton, toilet furnished, as well as water and many friends at home and in rooms conveniently the court and the congregation united High Schools Prof. Wilson has done other counties of the district, accord- Morchead. I! L Gooch, G. M Reywho was mentioned in connection with new oljicc building will located, the splendid work dtirius the part of the ing to the democrats, undoubtedly fit a seaon of prayer, The State Board of Equalization let the place in last issue, was not an apas well as his nolds, J It. Williams. P II Nolan. J On Wcdnesda) iti'dld a er strong present term that he has been acting great work as chairman of the House C llcggs. G. Glass, Gran Jones, John Lincoln county jjfj without a tax raise plicant. Mr. Duncan is splendidly prove immensely popular with profesGooch, Itcn Conley, Roscoc Wheeldon, this year It has tentatively equalized qualified for the duties of the office he sional and business men. e.vanKelittic sermon tva preached liy as superintendent He was elided to Committee on Appropriation, in givThe reconstruction nf ilii l.,,;i,t:,y Kev J S, Trostlc from e 22.17 The (hi responsible position m the middle ing the recent legislature the record of C C Gooch, J II. Acton, T J Gooch. the assessments in Ihe Fifth and Sixth assumes, being courteous, affable and and opening of these new offices will Sjieakcr hrpinht out in n erv forceful of the year to fill the acancy caused having been the most economical that Lilburn Padgett. Haydcn Mitchell. Appellate Districts, and set dates for a hustler. be a big thing for Stanford and the way anl convincing tlinmijlithat flo.l' threat ii) inc resignation ot Mipt. J. W. Ire- has nut in Kentucky in the past score Madison Mitchell. W. S. Ilurch. J. G. bearings on final equalization during progressivcncss displayed by this pop- word" to nun His spirit Is land, and immediately "made good." of yearn Weatherford, Shclton Saufley, G. Sin- the mouth of May. No increases were CASEY MAN IS PARDONED imn nii.iuLi.w institution goes "rtjnic" and o it m alo the ureal word He is a fine disciplinarian nml h.i made in the assessments to of Boone, ccordmy to the Fighth district men gleton. prove thcoft repeated statementlarthat for the inilividti.il Christian "Let him has thoroughl) Bourbon, Carter, Elliott, Fleming, Fayof familiarized himself here, opposition to the By Governor Upon Strong Petitions of Stanford is one of the best towns of mv come"' Tlic ermon wa, most witn all departments of his work, so Helm ha ette, Franklin. Garrard, Jackson, JesALFALFA MEN ORGANIZE developed all over the its sue anywhere in the state. , samine, Lincoln, Madison, Nicholas, tinitilatinK and uplifting to all who that lie will be better eipitpprd than I'lgntii district since he chose to align Officials and Citizens it. heard 5 KocKcastic, irunblc and Woodford eer. to give the bet sersicc next term himself with Caleb Powers and John And Acreage Will Be Largely Increas. counties. Looks Like Mayo May Recover On Tliurnlay morn iiir at 1030. Rev Prof Richard Allen, who cscapci from the ilson's home is in Webster Langley, the two Republican members ed in Lincoln this Season Cincinnati, W H Hopper, a worthy on of tlic county He Is a graduate of State Uni- ot uingres irom Kentucky, in opposiIn the Fifth District. Bovlc wa r.ii. Casey county jail in 1887, while awaitApril 16. "1 now have Stanford church, conducted an intcreM-in- u versity and a splendid joung nun in tion to President Wilson's canal tolls cd five per cent on lands and lots; ing transportation to the Frankfort great ( hopes that Mr. Mayo will reProf. II. B. Hcndrjck, of the State Carroll la per cent on conference on evanpelmn Report ever) sense. land Gallatin 15 penitentiary to serve a sentence oftwo cover. This was the reassuring news repeal bill Experiment station Lexington, made Of tin tptkiat mrctinRt held in differcent on land and 10 on lots; Hen-r- y year for killing Charles 'Tucker in a iiVn "mc Tmirsla.v night from Dr. R. rhenien who were here today said a short address to at number of farm- per 15 a ent churches during the ear were Rivper cent on land and 10 on lots; feud battle on the streets, of Liberty Wilkinson, attending physician at bedthi( Kighth District Democrats do not ers in the county court room here Mon- Mercer 8 per cent on lots; Owen 15 on election day that year, was brought side of J. C. C. Mayo, the Kentucky en Mr Hopper proved Intmclf to he STANFORD WINS FIRST GAME relish the fact that theirs was the only day afternoon on alfalfa growth and per cent on both; Scott 10 per cent on back frouiaMissouri and sent to prison capitalist, who is still ill at the Jewish well fitted to lead Mich a eonference member of the lower house of ConHospital. "The sacrifice made by Mr. and was particularly happy in lti re- Local Lads Defeat London, Handing gress who deerted the President at culture On account of train connec- both. last July, is again free. tions, Prof. Hendricks did not arrive mark In the Sixth district Batli won the The conference clocd with a this Slay os brother, Washington Mayo, in Gov. McCrcary pardoned him Mich a crucial period in his adminisVisitors Nine Goose Eggs here until ery tieaiitifut and piritual pra)cr They said that a this reason about three o'clock and for distinction of the biggest raise so far week. Allen accompanied his brother, giving up more than a quart of blood trative program many who desired to hear made in the State. 40 per cent on land the one at whom Tucker was said to has proved successful and will, in all The Rev Willis Thompson, who The fust hall game of the season on candidate who would make a fight for him vverq disapfiointcd. He was inwa made moderator of the l'rclijter-lan- , the local grounds BrackciiyJO per cent on land; be shooting when he was killed, back-t- probability save the patient's life." dewas played last Sat- the nomination on such grounds would troduced by Shclton Saufley, and after and lots; per proved an excellent preidiiiR of urday Grant 15 Liberty, and will shortly leave for clared Dr. Wilkinson. "I do not edition land; Greenup 10 afternoon and the Stanford defeat Helm overwhelmingly few instructive remarks asked W. P. per cent on land and 5 per a third transfusion of blood will ficer Saufley' paper, the Interior loimi.it. a cent on lots; hi home in New Madrid, Mo., where High School lads came out with flying Givens, who has made so great a suc- Harrison 15 per cent on land and 10 his family awaits him. be necessary, as Mr. The Rev C R Ill.im, of Hutonille, was odor, defeating "the London boys hy tucky the first country paper in Ken- cess of alfalfa, to give the audience per cent on lots; Lewis 10 per cent on A thousand names were signed to a contniues to improve. Mayo's condition and rider Jame Denton, of Somer a core of 4 to (. Owing Traces of pneuto c.wiuc the cause for the Ills to a drizzly experience, which Mr. Givens did lard; Mason 10 per cent on land: Penset, were cluctii petition presented to Gov. McCreary, monia are now beginning to leave, and In rriirernt the ram which fell before and diinnir lurt nomination of Wilon at Italliniore, interestingly and instructively. alA tenPreshjter) at the General AMcmhly of the game, the crowd of asking that Allen be pardoned and dleton 15 tier cent on aimoiign ne is sintering, from Bright' and spectators and opo!icitt of Helm say that on a tative organization of alfalfa growers cent on lots; Robertson land per a tier lowed to return to his wife and childisease, I believe he will recover. The which nieel in Kana Cn. Ma 15 platform of endorsement or cenr on of Lincoln county was organized with land and Rowan 15 per cent on lots. The Prcsl.jtcry adjourned at noon was kept down but those who went out Among the signers was William fever which attacked him last week dren. of the President, the prc-e-- W M thorimulilv rnioviil thr vame The contr It'll t r,ibirr of lb I Henulnn now of who was has vanished and his heart Tliurnlav to meet in .lelltco. I'esn.. on test developed into a pitchers' battle coiircMiian will find the demowho is an Sept 29tU. for it f.l ninety beats a minute. Commonwealth's Attorney at the time eioti. Scr-ic- with the hunuo.alMHtt even between the crats of his district overwhelmingly County National Bank, as secretary en-A Confederate Pensions in This Section and prosecuted Allen. were held on Thurda) exenirur against him and in favor of tne prcsi thusiastic alfalfa man. Former Sheriff iiiong the recent Confederate penopposing stabsmeu. but errors hy the dent. great many farmers plan lo put in this sions granted by the board and an excellent ermon wa relivered Death cf Mrs. James Gooch at Frank- W M. Myer, of Liberty, now of Husat critical stages enabled fine feed crop this season. Prof. Hen- fort, were hy Rev W M FldndRC from the text visitor thce in this section; M. touville. statol that two witnesses for Mrs James Gooch, aged 80 years, Stanford to put over the ncccary dricks spent sevcrtl day here and vis- Speed Peyton, of Artv Stanford, W. K. Allen had been spirited away before passed away Tuesday night, at her lads And Listen To These Good Friends ited the farms of i number of gentleTlie rrcltery was very apprecia-li- e runs Coach Norn has the local winhis trial and no effort was made lo home near McKinney, after a long illArmstrong, of in nice shape and look for some men who iiave put in alfalfa or plan of Madison; J. Mercer; W.ofJ. Brock, find them, as it is popularly supposed ness. She was a devoted member of (Harrodsburg Herald) of the kindnct of the people of ning ball out of them during the bal C. Brown, Mercer; Hon Shrltou Sauflev. Stanford, who to do so. and L'ave them the benefit Mary S. Carter, of Mercer; he would be acquitted as all others the Baptist church at McKinney and Stanford and loud in it. praie of the ance of the season The box score of J. J. wa a member of the last Legislature of his advice and experience local hospitality one of the best Christian women of of Jessamine: James Cosby, charged a accomplices were. the game was as follows. from Lincoln countv. receivnl a ilis. Flic petitioners said that all the that section of the county. The deof Madison, Charles W. Crim, of Merpatch while here Monday requesting High School Notes county officers and nearly all the citi ceased is survived hv her lin1.,ii,l H It II PO A 1! LONDON Visitor Were All Entertained cer, W. J. Damron. of Marion, Pauzens of Casey countey were aware that James Gooch. a well known farmer. .1 Itaugh 2b 0 0 2 0 0 him lo announce for Congress before line li. Darr. of Pulaski; Harry Prof. Norris, Delegates and visitors from out of the big crowd that had asembled at the the Stanford who has been coaching Dickersou, of Madison. Edmond Frank-P Allen went to Ohio county, when he anu several clnldren. .Messrs. Thomas 30020 Saylcr .ill school ball team this town to the Presbytery sessious were court house to hear Mr Beckham spring o lin, of Adair; W J. Hanna, of Mercer; walked out of jail after his conviction. Gooch and Fred Gooch and Airs. J 0 0 II entertained in the homes of people a Wilder neak. Mr Saufley. did not announce are too lias decided that the boys who Harry Woodie Jones, of McKinney, Mrs. A. 30 0 (I llruner small to make the regular team J. Hughes, of Anderson, Abram He lived there 15 year and married, C. follows. He made Alford. of Danville, and a son who Srclcy lb 300 0 1 legislature a splendid record in the shall have some fun as well as the old- Kcightley. of Mercer: Drucilla Kiui- - and then moved to New Madrid. Cra"ig,-- A. and would be a formidable er ones, so he lias organized victim, Or W N G Link, of Dixon Charles Tucker, a son of s 0 rival I0 a league berlin. of Boyle, J. W. Martin, of Madi living in Frankfort, learned his Allen's Jives in the west. The funeral servshould he decide tcr make the race among the grades. There CampbclUsille of ices were held at thr residence Iivcrsolc rf on arc four dif- son: U T. .May, of Mercer; J. S. May ....2 0 0 0 0 0 for Congress. Miss llellc Denny W M. F.ldridgc, Hale cf 200000 ferent teams, one from the fourth and of Pulaski; Lizzie McKenzie, of Jes- whereabouts, and upon the facts of Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock by Aliens conviction and identity being Mr. J. C. McClary. after which the Green If 0 of Paint Lick. the fifth grades combined, one from the samine; E. M. Norman, of Garrard; F.ihtor Shclton Saufley is being urg- sixth, I 00000 Daniel R. Smith, of William laid before him Acting Gov, McDer-nio- tt in'ermeiit took place in the McKinney one from Mrs. Itcttir McKinnev T. W. Uuch. Herring If ed to make the race for Congress in from th- - eighth the seventh and one Vanhook. of Lincoln: Mercer. Wonb-it- t last summer offered a reward for remelery David These teams play by anan, of Campbcllsville, and J. W. Mathe Pigtail District againM Hon. HarTOTALS 0 218 a regular schedule and have some close of Wayne: It. It. Brown, of Marion: his return. Allen's brother said four llard, of Silver Creek. vey Helm. Mr Saufley i a man of contests. Notice to K. of P. Eliza Arnold, of Garrard; Creed Hood, men were leaving Liberty when the St Asaph Hotel J A. Trostlc. EvThere will be work in the rank of STANFORD AH It H PO A K ability and character, "and he would The Stanford High School team will of Adair; ) P. Gee, of Anderson; double started. His brother William, angelist for Transylvania. Woods c 3 0 0 10 2 0 make a splendid race. Klizabcthtown play London High School Saturday on Mary 11 Falhs, of Mercer; Benton now dead, was shot in the arm before Knight at regular meeting at the K. of W. O. Walker- -J. Wade Walker, of I F.mbry ef 32 0 0 News the London diamond. In spite of the Payne, of Casey; J. B Nooe, of Mer- Richard Allen returned the fire that P. lodge next Thursday night. A full Paint Lick attendance of the membership is re5 limbry 21 3 0 rain last Saturday the home team de- cer. S. W. Jones, of Shelby; It. E. killed Tucker. quested. W. W. Saunders. Secretary. II. J. McRobcrts Dr. J. G. Hunter! Perkins 3b :. Nsws of the Churches 40 200 feated the London lioys 4 to 0 and they Pickens, Marion, Fd Yeaglc, of Old Feud Causes Shooting in Nelson and llitnvan McLcod. Hill ss 20020 It is desired that every member of hope to make a still better score under 2 0 0 0 0 0 the Christian church, T. W. Pennington. J. b, Mann, of Grimes if DUNCAN An old feud, which is said to have make an especial more favorable weather conditions. Mobley II 2 700 Harrodsburg. Mis Marion Grimes, Srnior, enter- Fell to Death Down Cumberland Gap existed in the Greenbrier section of Melford Hogue, of this place visiteffort to be present next Lord's Day. ed his sister, Mrs. Hamilton Sunday. If 0 0 0 0 as plans for the proposed Willie Wilson, a A. McCancy, of Shank W P Grimcs-- H. London Nelson county for a number of years addition to tained the Senior class at her home. Urban Singleton, Van Singleton and 2000 Middleslniro, and W. C McClure, of Itir.l p the church building will be submitted, last Friday night All the members of school boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex was responsible for a shooting on the Alva Morgan I 00000 Coleman rf y were at Duncan last Poor Fork. ami llie-i- adoption asked for. He sure the class were present except Miss Wilson, while climbimz down the face streets of Bardstovvn Monday in which a week ago. Come back again Elizabeth Matheny of the mountain at Cumberland Gap. Webb Greenwell was seriously woundlo be present at the morning service. ' J, It. Paxion W. T. Ovcrstrcct. of TOTALS Spent Sunday after above Middlesboro last Monday,, lost ed and his brother, Jim Greenwell was boys, the ladies will be out. The Bacli Club L F TAT Ii. Perry illc. Mr. James Toombs was here Sunslightly injured. Overton Newton and D M WALKKR. Com noon at the school building working on his foothold and fell to instant It McKmncy W. 11. Muirhcad, Summary Two base hit. Itnmer, music about 300 feet below. He was coming his son, Leonard, arc in jail at Bards-tow- n day afternoon. At the Methodist church next Sunand Jerry Smith, of Jcllico. stolen bases, J. Embrv, Perkins, base day Mr. Wm. Howell's family are movProf. Wilson attended meetings of down with a sou of George Warner in connection with the shooting. the Sunday school will meet at -. Mrs G D. Hopper. Dr. Ii. M. Green on ball, off llruner 2. struck out by 9M A. M. Preaching begins at 10 MS the Southern Educational Association CoT.imr in front, he turned to speak Monday was horse show day in Bards-tow- n ing away from this place. Mr. Lucas Cox, of Wolford, has been llruner 10. by Bird 10, Will pitch A. M.Thc Fpworth League will Louisville, last Thursday and Fri- m a joking way and lost his hold. He ofDanville. and a large number of people meet in J. W. Rochester Willis Thompson llruner 3, ha by pitcher, by llruner, at 645 P, M and cv tiling preaching day Prof. Norris heard a number of grabbed for a bush but lost and fell were on hand. The Grecnwells and the visiting relatives here and has returned Woods and Hill Umpire Caywood. At. and wife of Pleasant Grove. several feet, where he lay motionless New tons had come to town from the home. His cousin, Miss Ethel Thomp- will begin at7.V) P M. Everyone most his class in his absence ol tn dance 30000. Tunc 3.00. J. W. Saunders J. F. Gregory, a moment behind a busli. He then Balltown section, and during the day son, gave a dance Saturday night m cordially invited to all .services. Wants all to Attend K. E. A. P!caanl Grose coughed and plunged headlong to a they met. For vears there is said to his honor. Those present were Miss At the Baptist church. Dr. M. D. Edith Bennett, Mr. Walter Sims. Mr. Middleburg Loses at Columbia Miss .Mattic Paxton J. A. Kennedy. County Superintendent Karly will begin a series of services of Schools ledge of rock near the cave. Nearly ev- have been ill feeling between the two of Salvisa. The Middleburg team of Casey conn. on next Sunday, April 19th. his subject Garland Singleton is urging all teach- ery bone in his liody was broken. The families, who are cousins, and as soon Virgil Thompson, Miss Frankie Smith, Mr. Lucas Cox. Miss Anna Smith, Ma P. M McRobcrts-- Dr. J. H. McAlis-tc- r, ty. with several Hustouville boys asIiodv was brought back to London em as they met in Bardstovvn the old quarbeing. "The Personality and Work of ers and pupils to attend the Kentucky of Louisville. sisting, played two games at Columbia the Holy Spirit." The evening service I'.ducatioinl Association in I.ouisvillr. an excursion train upon which a gay rel wa renewed. The shooting fol- Arthur Sim3, Miss Kathleen Doau. Mr. V. P. Merrill and last week, of which the News J. "W. Rout-R- ev. on Apr 29, 30 and May 1, and 2d. "I party had made the trip up to the lowed and a number of persons had Mtlford Hogue, Miss Lula Sims Misses there evangelistic Mr. Kdmonds, of Lebanon. narrow escapes from flying bullets. Rosa and Etna Sims, Homer and Walsaid The base ball season was opened will be will be glad to have Lincoln county Gap that same morning. t the Presbyterian church the serMrs. M. D. Iilmorc Rev. John Park here last Friday afternoon, the MidNeither Newton nor his son was in- ter Sims, Eugene Meade. Everett well represented at this meeting, no't of Lawrcncebtirg. jured, Some years ago Martin Roberts Thompson Oltie Vest, also Mr. James dleburg team being here to engage tlic vices on Sunday, April 19. us follows only teachers and trustees, but all inProspecting In Florida Mr. .1. T. limbry J W. Mahan. of Lindsay-Wilso- n Everybody club. The first meet Sunday school at 930. Morning wor terested in the cause of education. Do Mr John L. Tanner, of Lincoln coun- was killed at Bardstovvn in connection Bennett and Mrs. Doan. enjoyed themselves fine but we all rel.awrrnccbiirg. Ordination service not stay away wa Friday at 3 P M., Middleburg at ship at 11 o clock because you attended ty, Ky , is here prospecting with a view with the GrecnwellNewton feud and gret having Young W. It. HarMrs. J C. Hays.-R- ev. our friend Mr. Cox leave the bat, but the boys made but little The Brotherhood at 3 o'clock. last year If all who attended last year to locate and is much pleased with the Greenwell and Overton Newton had a mon, Missionary to Korea. progress throughout the contest, and peoples' meeting at 6.45. The Conse- do not attend this meeting, the attend outlook, but will make a general tour light at Balltown, during which the us. Evening service at ance cration of Time Mrs. J. C Smith lias been very ill Mrs delia Woods Judge James the game closed N to 3 in favor of the will not be what it ought to be. of the west coast before deciding where barrel of a shotgun was bent over 7,30. The monthly meeting of Elders I Denton, am very grateful to the teachers and he will buy Mr. Tanner is a man of Newton's head but he was not serious, for tvyo vvceksj but js improving now. ' J W of Somerset. II. Turner, of Lindsay-Wilsoand Deacon. Monday evening April 20. trustees, who Alcorn It. Ottie Vest is visiting cousins here. The feature of the game were the are wqrkiug for a good means and would prove a valuable ad- ly hurt. Miss Edith Bennett was the happy llethel. timely hating of "Chief Myers" Lewis attendance from our county Let us dition to any community Orlando, C It. lllain, and consistent hitting of Kuglish and W II Hijlins-It- ev War Scare Subsides Quickly Receiver in Charge of London Bank guest of Misses Rosa and Lula Sum Fla., Reporter-Sta- r. nut old Lincoln county where it Sunday afternoon. and Charles Wheeler, of Hustoimlle, Suuiros The war scare with Mexico seem tq Mesd.intes Belle Walton when a comes to good schools, Hurdette. News comes from Loudon, Laurel Misses Mary Lee Wilson and linid ami John Higl;in, of Richmond. Batteries Lewi and Sullivan for nave suiisiueii as suddenly as it de- the railroads e a special rate and Ellen Letcher Owsley left this county, where the First National Finn visited Miss Kathleen Doan last Lindsay; 1. Wesley,. Saudidge, Jones. veloped early in the week The U morning for Kentucky, the former to of half fare plus 25 cents to the last week, that Fred W. Weitzel w eek. government Thursday night accepted Young Girl Attacked in Bath County Conipton and Weddle. for Middleburg spend the summer, the latter to rewho was appointed receiver by the Mr Ben Foley has been visiting re the offer of Gen. Huerta to salute the turn to her home in Lancaster. Mrs. Comptroller of the Currency at .Wash-ingtoHath Struck out by Sullivan 15 Hy Jones, Stars and A dispatch from Sharpsburg latives at Kiissen. Stripe as an apology for Umpire Kccd, weddic Ovysley is charmed with Orlando and Dead papers . county, to the dailyNorris, 10Wednesday ioiiiHon and game, on(.Saturday after- the arrest, of American bluejackets at J. F, Cook's Father-in-lahas arrived and taken charge We arc having nice weather now and The second will come again when the melancholy years old, said. Miss Pearl T Brown, father-in-laof Jesse days are there the saddest of the year of the affairs of the defunct institution. the busy farmers are hustling about. t salute is to be noon, was like first, only a little Tampico. 'Ihe Huerta was attaiked this afternoon by two more so, and ittilt F Cook, formerly of Lincoln, died He has notified all having Mr Tom Meade called on Miss Del- - ' claims auwered with a sahrte to the closed 10 Orlando, Fla, eRporter-StaThe ' men, one of whom was a negro, when features of the game were to 0, sen of Mexico. Official Washington regard from a stroke of paralysis at Lexington against the bank to bring their pass la Falconberry last Sunday. the she was driving into this town. Mis sational pitching by Young, and the the crisis as having passed, but it is this week He'vas a Confederate solbooks and other evidence to prove any Miss linid Flinn and Miss Anna Whv Don't You? Nprri was just at the edge of Sharpsclaims. Mr. Weitzel says that he Smith, of this place who have been atprobable that a part of the American dier, enlisting as a private, in Company 1m hard hitting by , "Dago" A farmer who was carrying an ex- can as yet make no burg, on her way to a store where a Lewi kept up the home First statement of the tending school at King's Mountain his sacrifice hitting Meet win continue to the .Mexican coast C. years Georgia Cavalry, when only press package from a city mail order She was singing throughout .jc sister is employed old Mr Broun was .i mem. condition of the bank but that it is the since January first, are at home and whither the whole Atlantic battleship 16 the game. You lie My Sweetheart'" Sudher of the Broadway Christian churhc, house, was accosted bv a lor.il mer desire of himself and the department are not going back until next term as "Won't Batteries Lewis and Young for fleet was ordered when the trouble "Why don't you buy that bill lo so conduct the denly two men leaped from behind a a Democrat in politic and a clever, chant that the they have been in school ten months. Lindsay Samhdge, 1. Wesley, Wed- first developed early in the vveek.s, goods from me? I could have saved greatest amount will business fence, each answering. "Yes, I'll be dle and Conipton for Middleburg highly esteemed gentleman, be paid to creditMr Craig Horton and Mr. Ed Truspopular of with all who knew him. Besides his you the express and besides you would ors with least expense to stockholders sour sweetheart." The girl tried to ty, two hustling young fellows of King's Settle In Full With State Struck out by Young II by Weddle have been patronizing a home store, lie savs that every lash her horse into a gallon, but the 0. Hy Comptou 2. W I. McCarty. of Lin- wife, he is survived by two daughters. which helps opportunity will be .Mountain, were here last week buying pay the taxes and build up piven the stockholders animal wa held by one ot the men to reopen the sheep. Hits off Young 2. Hits off Conipton coln county, was in Frankfort, several Mrs J. F Cook and Miss Elizabeth this locality" Willi characteristic institution. The London Sentinel says while the other dragged her from the and Weddle II Mrs, E. P l dav this week, to settle in full with Brown. and Umpire Reed. frankness the farmer asked "Why that the feeling of uneasiness follow- of this place have a nice Mrs. Foley, loudly that carriage She screamed so lot of spring' The visiting club will make ready Ihe Auditor of Public Account and to don't you patronize your home news- ing the closing of the bank has to a millinery. frightened awav ShO wa for the men were Call and see them. riay at Moreland another meet some time during the get his final quietus from the state paper and advertise? I didn't know you great extent passed away and business a few bruises a!out for utihaimed, Mr McCarty went out of office with" Class No, 5 of the Mr Arthur Sims called on Miss season. Moreland Christian hall the goods I have here, nor do 1 a splendid record and has been com- -- lltiU. face,, and tuck A pose is in Sunday school will give a play on ever se;e yt,ur name in the paper, invit- men are hopeful .of the outcome. Cer- Kathleen Doan Sunday afternoon Members said lliat if they busineplimented on all sides upon the tain directors and officers of the bank pursuit. Mr. Oscar Vest, wife and Kill Thursday evening. April 23 at Hnnn & ing one to come to your store." Check Your April Cough captured the men and the latter were arc satisfied that all can be paid with- daughter are visiting her grandparents ss-like .condition of his books and Thawing frost and April rain's chill accounts, of the oflice as well a upon Coffey's hall, entitled "Lucia's Lover," ixisitivclv identified by Miss Norris, out assessment on the stockholders and Mi and Mrs. Miller. to which all are invited to come. Clears Complexion possibly even better than that. Mr and Mrs, Rowland visited Mrs. JJicy would lung tiicin iropi ine near-L- - you to the very marrow, you catch the general work done while he was ad and lungs stuffed You sherifl of I inrohi "est tree. RemovM Skin Blemishes John Gooch Sunday. Read This are feverish Cough continually and Why go through life embarassed and Why it Suits Particular People feel miserable You need Dr King's Sellable Foley's Honey Children's Diseases Very Prevalent with pimples, eruptions, The Texas Wonder Kidney cure disfigured Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser It soothes inflamed . and Tar Compound New Discovery Whooping cough is about evcrv cure diabetes, and all irregularities blackheads, red rough skin, or suffer- prompt and effective for coughs, colds, Flush out the accumulated waste ami irritated throat and lungs, stops where Measles and scarlet fever al- of the kidney and bladder in kali ing the tortures of Eczema, itch, tetter, croup, hoarseness, bronchial coughs and poisons of the winter months; Just be sure that you buy Foley's,- cough, head clears up, fever will most a had. Use Foley's Honey and men and women. If not sold by your salt rheum. Just ask your druggist for and throat troubles. Thomas Verron, vour Honey and Tar Compound it is a re-your stomach, liver and kitU c'lansc Dr. Hobson'k Eczema Ointment. Fol-lo- Hancock, Mich., liable medicinu for coughs., colds, croup Have, ami you feel fine. Mr J. 1 Da. Tar ComiKiund for inflamed throats and druggist will be sent by mail on "Foley's ney of all impurities. Take Dr. King's writes: Was coughing Mrs, I, C. Hostler, Grand and la vii, of Stickney Corner, Mix, of $1. One small bottle is two whooping coughs, bronchial the simple suggestion and your Honey and Tar quickly relieves tickling New Life Pills; nothing better for Island. Neb., says; "My three chil months' treatment v itriiine rniiihc. which are weakening to cured of a dreadful cough after docand seldom fall sl.iii worries are over. Mild, soothing, throat and stops the cough with no purifying the blood. Mild, and alt either remedies bad after effect," It contains no opiTWvf)steni. It. aifo gives prompt aim j tor's treatment or money back. Pleas- - dren had severe attacks of whooping to perfect a cure. Send for Kentucky effective Excellent for babies and laxative. Cures constipation; and cough, and a very few doses of Foley's testimonials. tickling failed. Relief I). W Hall. 2926 Dr. .results for hoarseness' tender skin. Stops chapping. ate and is pure. That's why it suits makes you feel fine. Take no other ii I .... .. . Ivntllrt tt- 1.! r"l. Il.tr.... lib tfr Olive street, St. Louis, Sold bv drug. Alwavs help and lar gave great relief, wncezy Iureaiiiis. "' lionev Relief or money back. particular people. For sale by all 25c at your druggist WU nuuy Rucklen's Ar". 'J diy. 50c and $1.00 at your druggist, sale by all dealers, KistJ. (Advl 5u at your druggist. druggists. nica Salve for all hurts. , DlkW Citlieni of Waynesburg Want Three Miles lo Pulaski Line at TO MAKE FIGHT ON RRADLEYISM ISSUE APPOINTED ASSISTANT P. OFFICES OVER LINCOLN Recon-atructl- ! Way-ncshu- Law-will- I jhjjnilit,rwilclircil L ,H ' "'', .,,,!' 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" " TMK INTERIOR JOURNAL STAN FORD, KENTUCKY r' -- i FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914 .M-- I, Iht Interior Jowraal MEN the moment, but in consistently wearing becoming colors, being well fitted and having their clothes in some manner reflect their personalities. nce bettered, not so much by dressing and wearing the style of are improved their appeara- dltKl.TON M. rJAUFI.EY UTiMClLY l lroprllor IN A tl A TEAU OVA NCR I Kuttrrit wrond ( at mm mmiir, pHtnlfin at fflr4 TF YTRAGOOQ g Little Men's Clothes These are the fellows who a few years hence will be solving the problems of the nation-chang- ing the currency, revising the tariff or building canals. Then, let's start them right; teach them to talk, teach them to think, and teach them to WEAR GOOD CLOTHES. Put good clothes on them early and teach them to take care of them. SEND YOUR BOY TO US and let us put on him one of our good suits and see if he does not look like a SALESMAN. Blues, browns, greys-pl- ain or Norfolk styles, fl ij .JW n ... Vw V'i Adler's Collegian Clothes embody certain which are adaptable to the personality of the man who is interested enough in economics to Adler styles until he finds his style. It's in our store some place, that's certain. characteristics, toWr XbBb KSrf aal keep trying-o- n Kentucky With Wilson (Prom Owenjboro Messenger) The Cincinnati Kiimiircr miotes Sen atur James as saying that he was sure that sentiment in Kentucky was largely with the president on, Panama canal toll fight, but benator Uradley, Ins col IcaKitt'. takes issue with lit m. The En niiirer actine in concert with the Hearst papers, which fight the president upon an ui ins kiicics, lias ix.cn assiuu-ousl- y hunting sentiment in Kentucky and other states, throuch its local cor respondents, in opposition to the free tolls repeal, but so far has nude hut a miserable showing. It has printed intmiews criticising the president's policy from several hidebound Kcpulm cans, but has been able to quote only one Democrat ol state-wid- e acquain tar.ee in Kentucky, and ho. a tiromi ncnt Frankfort citizen, wc dare say did not know he was being interviewed, In Oucnsboro, ccu (lie Republican, with one exception, hac declined to take a public stand against the president's canal tolls policy. Most of them admit they don't know anvthing attfiiit it And throughout the state those y wc " iio natc ueen iwcrvicwcu quirer correspondents arc principally tinknow it, Senator James is manifestly right in delehis contention The Kentucky gates to the Ilaltimore convention, responding to letters of inquiry from Senator Gore, almost to a man said thev stood with the president. Every congressman Democratic from this state, sate one. voted tor the repeal of the tolls act. Eery Democratic newspaper in the state, that has made an expression at all, has declared in favor of the president's policy. Without a doubt Kentucky would otc, if an i lection were now on, overwhelmingly to endorse the administration's course in this matter. Says Liquor Interests Debauch Polities That the liquor interests "debauch" the politics of Kentucky was the statement made before the House ludictan Committee at Washington this week by Mrs. Frances Beauchamn president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of this State. She made this charge during the hearing on the Hob son resolution w Inch pro ides for prohibition by constitutional amendment. "Let me cite an instance that will illustrate what I mean. said Mrs, Reauchamp. "Fifteen fine oung law-cr- s were elected to the last Legisla ture in Kentucky. Between the time of their nomination and their election seven of them were retained as general counsel of the big liquor interests. Under such conditions it is impossible it is evident, for those sections of the state that favor the abolition of linuor to have a fair representation in the General Assembly." Kepri'srntiitivr Dyer of Missouri interrupted at this point: "Do j on mean to say the liquor interests control the politics of Ken tucky "Oh no. the interests do not control the politics of the state. They debauch it.'saul Mrs. Beauchamp. Chairman Clayton remarked that he had personally known every member ot the Kentucky delegation in Congress for many years, and had always found e 'hem to be men of temperate habits. "Practically all of them that I hate known hae been total ab stainers." he added. The nronoscd constitutional amend ment is directed against the sale or manufacture for sale of all alcoholic liquors for beverage purposes. ' r.i $3.50, $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 yjSrz&vrv H. J. McROBERTS The antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes. If jou want rest and comfort for tired, aching) swollen, It sweating feet, use Aliens Foot-Easrelieves corns and bunions of all pain and prevents blisters, sore and callous spots. Just the time for Dancing Parties, Patent Leather Shoes, and for lireaking in new shoes. It is the greatest comfort discovery of the age. Try it today. Sold everywhere. 25c Don t accept any substitute. For FREE trial package, address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N, Y. e. 'wvwr-Acr- Send the little salesman to us for clothes. USE ALLEN'S F00T-EAS- E H. J. McRoberts i- - f-- 1 . STANFORD. KY. ii Ii' ' I IFthat rainy vH A DOLLAR IN COMto WILL IT FIND 12U WITHOUT1 id flBll mm Surplus, $1,160. 0. M high-grad- n t 14 THE BANK ? GENEVA The Death Angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Austin on last Wednesday night and took from t. them their bright little daughter, She was three cars ot age and had only been sick a few days. It was so hard to part from her but God knew best. That is "a debt wc all have to pay some day sooner or later. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Austin are rejoicing over the arrival of a beautiful little daughter whom they have named Christiana. Miss Mamie Yocum and little sister, Sarah Uctb. ot" King's Mountain, were the recent guests o ftheir grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ilallard Yocum Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Harry d. Walls attended court at Stanford Monday. Misses Ida and Vcrnie Austin spent Saturday and Sunday with their brother. Mr. Richard Austin and family. Mr. Richard Walls attended court at Stanford Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bright Carpenter were the recent guests of their grandparents George Carpenter and family Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Wm. F. Walls attended court at Stanford Monday. , Stanford Mr Charley Brown vva.day. Monday for court Mrs. Nanr.ie Moore of King's Mountain, has moved I ack to her old hoinr place. Miss Tonnia Walls spent Tuesday night with her cousin. Miss Bessie L. Walls. - Payne Carpenter Nuptial Plans Herald The Lexington said this, m:.- - t . ..r .MISS OMi: i I 1IC UMrUHgC WTCN Ul Pajnc, of Paj nc's Depot, to Mr,. Turner Carpenter, of Lincoln county, will be a beautiful event of April. The wedding will be celebrated at Bethel church on the 27th, the Rev. James P. Smith, Jr.. of filiating. Miss Nancy Pajnc, sister of the bride, will be maul of Mr. Brjan Carpenter, of Dayhonor ton, (.)., brother of the it room, will le best man, The bridesmaids will be Misses Laura and Elizabeth Carpenter, ot Lincoln county, sisters of the groom and Eloisc Harvey, of Harriman, Tenu. The groomsmen will be Messrs. Hamilton Paine, Robert Piatt and Rufiis Lisle, of Pajne's Depot, and the little flower girls arc Elizabeth and Margaret Thompson, of Ltucingum. After the ceremony the couple win leave for a bridal trip and will then go to Lincoln county to make their home. The evening before the wedding the bride's Samuel parents, Mr and Mrs H. Pajnc. will entertain the bridal party home, and there will also be at their several other lcautiful affairs in honor of the bride. tl. sm A Good Drug Store IT TAKES a sltrck of drugs and to make a jjikkI tlnijc store. It requires an intimate knowledge of weighing, measuring and mixing, which comes only after careful .study and experience Your prescriptions will be properly filled at our store. We have every modern facility undw k Hutu KtKxl intentions; u 0 D more SPenny's Ageati for 2)rty Stor STORK THE REXALL Jfanadfyi Fiae Caadies HUSTONVILLE The Ladies Aid Sociitj of the Baptist church realized JJO.Oo .it their !u zaar last Saturdaj, instead of $6.30 as the tjpes had it last issue The ladies are under many obligations and desire to express their thanks to l)r Mcorn for the '.tc of the hall ami to Mr. Nave for the lights. Mr and Mrs. T. L. Carpenter gave a six o'clock dinner on April 10th in honor of Rev, Baugh and wife, and Mrs. Daniels, of Richwood, Tenu., a sjster of Mrs. Baugh and Mr, and Mrs S. A Walker and daughter, J. O. Car penter, wife and son A sumptuous feast was served which all enjoyed. At the close Mr. Carpenter passed cigars recently presented to him by Mr Har-r- y Gibbs, of the Philippine Islands, which he had just received through the mail a few days previously. The dinner was served in six beautifully prepared courses. Miss Bess Riffc is suffering intensely with a bad case of pink cje. Mr. John Smiley, of Kidd's Store, was here on Wednesday morning on business. An election for school trustee will le held here the first SaturJay in May to elect a trustee in place of Charles Wheeler, who has resigned. The street crossing at tin junction of Main and Danville avenue wis vcrj much improved Wednesday morning bj being torn up and raised aliovc the mud, something that has been needed for several months. It will undoubted!. stop some of the fast turns made iiy some ol our automobile drivers, who make a habit of driving considerably- above the speed limit and who ought to be fined heavily for the of fensc every time they arc guilty as iiicic is iuiiv.il lumiJiaitii aiHHH u. The firm of Anderson k Walker have closed out their furniture business here but Walker is still with us and largely in the ring having sold a nice piano this week to a citizen in the country lie has also added considerably to his undertaking establishment. We hope he is here to sjay as he is an undertaker and ourt town needs a man of his ability in it. Ike Shelby, of the Shelby City section, was here Wednesday, in the interest of his stock buying business. Messrs. Gibson Russell, Lee Russell and Liudey Rcthcrford motored to Lexington on Easter Sunday and were driven by the export chauffeur. William Drye. Aunt Polly Kauffm.in, who recently celebrated her )2A birthday, is in a crit. ical condition at present and grave fears arc felt for her, as lu-- r advanced considerably against her She aRc has a severe alack of indigestion. Mack Sutton returned from Somer-se- t Monday, with Lair's bloodhounds which he used to trail the party who had burned a barn early in the week. The dogs made a very successful trail, Mrs. lune Hocker entertained with a delightful six o'clock dinner on the evening of Tuesday, April 7th, in honor ot the th birthdays of Mr, Ilockcr and Mr, G. C, Riffe. Among those pre. sent were Mesrs. J. K, Baughman, Joi'cs Baughman, Henry Baughman, James Depp, Col. T. I. Carpenter, W II. Hocker. Steve Walker, C W Ad ams, John B. RlfTe. all of whom renort a inort enjoyable evening, and wishes for many more such happy birthdays for the two honor guests. CROSSEn SHOE "MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" up nervous fore a, yen when your fax! ara at rest. In as In action, every muacla of your foot ia at par. feet eaaa In the CROSSETT Shoe. ra-po- n Here's the Chance, You Fishermen W "Some days must be dark and dreary; into each life some rain must fall." Storms often come up suddenly. "Alas, how easily things go wrong." But it is a protection against most ills to have plenty of money in the bank. To have a bank account, you must START one. WHO gets the money you earn? Put it in our BANK and YOU will have it. Make OUR bank YOUR bank State Bank & Trust ( Gapital, $50,000.00. S 1 w. J. S. RICE, l. Mccarty, Pres. L. PENNY, II. SALIN, Cashier. G. G. PEKRY. W.G. SMITH, Colt Futurity life i I. Beccher Adams, the popular Danville druggist has offered a prize of 10 in gold to the person catching the lar gest bass in Dix rier before the 15th day of ne.t November. The conditions of the contest are ss follows: 1st. The fist to be caught by hand hook and line, using lie or artifici.il bait. 2nd. The fish to be caught between the first riffle above the mouth of Dix ricr and the Traylor Distillery in Lincoln county. 3rd. So fish caught with seine, net, tramel net, gill net or trap, will be eligible in the contest. 4th. The contest is open to any white resident living ,and residing in Lincoln, Garrard, Boyle or Mercer Counties. 5th. No fish caught in any of the tributaries of Dix river will be eligible in the contest. Oth. The contestant, after making catch, must go befoie a Notary Public, have the tish weighed and sworn to giving the name and residence of the contestant, the kind of reel, line, rod and bait used, the locality in which the tish was caught and date when caught, have the Notary Public, sign and attach his seal sending the affidavit to Vlams Drug Store, Danville, Ky. When run down with kidney trouble, backache, rheumatism or bladder weakness, turn quickly for help to Foley Kidney Pills. You cannot take them into jour system without having good results. Chas. N. Fox. Ilimrod. N. Y. savs: "Folej Kidney Pills have done me more good than $15000 worth of medicine." Thev give vou good results. For sale by all druggists. Ml.) 7oirx X JiVEtiY $4 and 5$ HIGHLAND The rain j weather lias put a stop to farming. John Butt has put a new metal roof on his dwelling house. Lucien Faulkner has gone to sawing again. (J. U. Speaks went to Lexington a few days ago to have some repairing done on his auto. T. D. McBcc began his singing at the Methodist church last Saturday. R. L. .lohnson. of Buff Litv. Icnn.. who bought the Dugan farm is moving in this week. Milton Griffin has moved to the Una Grabeal's place and Sam Baugh has moved into the Acton house vacated by Griffin. r.d Oriftin who has been in Indiana, for some time has come back to old Kentucky. John Rogers Itouglit a sorrel mare from lohn Print for $140. Rich Young sold a sorrel marc to C. B. Rally for $160. ROBINSON'S STANFORD, Condensed Report of KENTUCKY Made to the Comptroller of the Cuircncy, March 4, 1914 Capital Suminc ami County Uonds 132,500.00 Profits . Banking House and Circulation Fixtures 6,500.00 Bills Payable uue irom Banks Dennsiu 7 "Honor Roll Bank" RESOURCES: LIABILITIES: $358'484-9.t40ll !pfLmrr,r $100,000.00 107,639.01 100,000.00 221,071.19 $528,710.20 NONE To A Congressman M THE K. of P. FAIR ASSOCIATION COUNTY OF LINCOLN WERE SO WELL PLEASED WITH THE SUCCESS OF THEIR FUTURITY STAKE OF LAST YEAR THAT THEY HAVE DECIDED TO HAVE IT AGAIN THIS YEAR. THE PURSE WILL BE 1100.00 AND AN ENTRANCE FEE OF 55 00 WILL BE CHARGED. THE ENTRIES WILL POSITIVELY BE CLOSED ON JUNE THE 1, 1914. ENTRY BLANKS, AND ANY FURTHER INFORMATION DESIRED WILL BE CHEERFULLY FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION TO But if you want to keep my vote Don't send the seeds you mention there. Hut drop them in the empty air. Last year you sent me quite a pack And, trusting fool, I broke my back IV plant them in the jauning ground iiJ make for each its little mound. I watered them from crow and bear ud plowed between the long, straight )li. could I punch ) ou in the noct Tobacco came where beans should be Now as I never smoke. ou see, The crop was not a welcome one; 1'ob.icco worms have lots of fun. The tapioca wildly grew Where 1 had looked for green peas new, ml rhubarb raised its horrid head In what I thought a parsley bed, vVlnlc rank alfalfa made a muss Where should have bloomed asparagus, I stuck up frames to hold tomatoes ii1 on them crept some sweet potatoes. Worst of it all. wild turnips popped When 1 the melon tecdlet dropped, Please send vour seeds to far Peru, Of Mexico, or Timhiietno, But kindly wipe ME off your slate Or jou won't be MY Candidate. New York Press. (After receiving a letter promising many jackets of free sted.) got your little nou, Dear sir 1 IV rims aching, put tho.se weary, bunion torturburning, ed feet of your in a "TIC" bath. Your toes will wriggle with joy; they'll look up at you and almost talk and then they'll take another dive in that "TIZ" bath. vour When feet feel all tired out just try shoc-ennkecorn-pester- "Tit" Eases Tired, Sore Swollen Feet Just take your shoes off and then ... J $528,710.20 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK JlliJ,) tzfl$r "PILE OF STYLE" W. P. KINCAID, Sec'y Stanford, Kentucky 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 have a set of harness to fit also Your feet will dance with joy, no more pain in corns, c a o u s e like and bunions. Thetei nothing "TIZ". 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Higgins Foley Kidney Pills Successful For Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble Positive in action for backache, weak back, rheumatism, kidney and bladder P. J. Boid Ogle. Texas, troubles. writes? "After taking two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills, my rheumatism and kidney trouble are completely gone" Safe and effective. For sale by all druggsts. A Tralalntr School for Teachers r.MiM, U.4I V I Kkiuf turf lBWtH4Ul..u4 I'll SUU Utf V.1I4 la 111 PaUk titKUk i.u..ki. r lsal va. l BllUrlM,S.WSW4.IHIM. DmhMM UMU T.IW IrI t. tWUTtwipllT,K..S.' MMUHiiii";i, " " .""I Vi J"!' T'" Swaatfr aaaLl ""'' CVrtuaM BelaaM that 4ammt4-- u Bit n4 Mt t four ills ara rtllavaa. HotlycoddJa Laxatlvaa not Uuch tkt LIVKR. . (Mar AlU Rett) rdhiUlA redapnrllU) with KDoLsx U frit taken aut. T"I r KratftCkf. Ouwrw. Tvllles FC U and ..! VpiKl.l As- Trjf Jw ?iM ' 'f 14. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealers to Matting, Ruot. Fural- Furniture ture ExehMiMl far all Kbrf Of JSet rr:ri UNDERTAKER AN! EMIALMEI 117. ttMk STANFON. KY Ottke Prmm Hmm Mm PHONE 42 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. - -- '' TXB IWtMIOH JOHIKAL STAR FORD, Kidd, Kidd, Kidd, Kidd, Kidd, King, W. M. Chas. Mclviu. William. Tlios, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH 17,1914 Datigherly, A, Jack. Daugherty, Lib G. Dayton, W. L. Deck, Jack. Dodd. Thos. Douglas, Francis M. Downey, Jno. V. Dudderar, J. T. Durham, J J. Dcnhain, A. D. Dcnham, F'cland. Dunaway, J. A. Dunn, Lucien. Dunn, I'riah Dunn, D. W. Ends, Milton D. lldrington, W. P. Estcs, Joe Evans, W L. F'nlconbcrry, John. Fcnrcl, Robt. Fisher, August. Fisher, Fred. Foley, John C, Frideriik, Robert. F'rcdcrick, William. Gainer, (ieo. Games, lolm. Gotin, II. li. Goocli, inmctt. Gooch, Geo Ci(K)dc, John Good, Ambrose. (Vay, William. 1 MTuIiit i FOR 1013 "TJfe following in a list of the delln-M........... mil iArt ul I returned l.y Hie Sheriff ami allowed fcy, the Klical court. Those desiring can net same hy payment of the tax and penally, amounting to $1 GO to the county clerk. C. R COOPER, CL.C.C intit .. nl reil STANFORD WHITE. Adams Kilward. Adam, t'hai. Adam, V C A. Ad.imi, Kolicrt. Adann, ILfUe. Adkins, Wiley. Alexander, W. T. Anderson, Clalc. Anderion. I. II. Andrrjon. John S. Hailcy, Claude. . Ilaker. W.nli. Jlakcr, John. Ilaker, flrn. Name. "Will. Harnett, Will, llarnettc, Hardin. Harnett, John. Harnett, A. I), llcldcn. Natluu. I Ml, Willis. I'crry. Ch.u. Hilltop, lainei. llixinr. ,t T Wank., Frank. Itonrnc, Kinn.iird. llrackctt. I W. llraekett. J. Ilrackett, J. A'. II. It rcdy, Jarnc Hrackett, Garley F. CTcorRc. i?$C llrccdloe, Krrcdlmc. llrtcdlovc, Itrccillmc, Ilrccdlcne Ja. la. I. T. Jr. llrccdloc, Tom. Geo. Sr, Ilrtcdlmc, Clia. lliccdlinc, John. Hrecdloc. Oscar. if JJrown. J. W. ft ' : te Ilttrdctte, g. W. Hnn;r, l.awHi, llurkc, Ojcar. Iltirkc, J cue": llurkctl. Sam Hurton, Milford. Camden, W. C. Camden, G. A drier. Herman. Carter. !' I'. Ga)c, Sam. t;ayc. Will Cnifnian. Mat. Collier, Howard. Conilis, Leonard, tomln, I.rc. Conway, Will. Corminey, Will. CraUrec. J. W. Cruncher, Jas. Orutcher, Dan. t)alMin. C. M. Dailcy, 1 II. Daltiiu, Jim. Datum. Will. Daiifihrrty. Cal. !avi, I. S. Oaiv T. W. i)ais, lohn. Joe. I)ajs, Shad, Davit, (leu. Dawson, Harnett. Daw ton. Killi. Dawson, Win. liaise, Chas. Drlancy, loh'n. Dennit. I li. UctlicridRr, A T. DttlKridse, C DcihcridKc. (J Dishon. D. K. Drew cry, O. M. Dj chouse, Ii. C. liryant, Nrjaiit. U. J W. I'oynter, Walker. Preston, Mat. Price, H. J. Price, J. W. Raines, C. W. Rainey, T. D. Ramsey, II. F. Redmon, Geo. Re nolds, V.. Rolierls, I. A, Rolicrts, 1. L. Kolicrls, R. M. Roherts, J, T, Jr., Rohhins, l O. Rohinson, W. P, Ross, Joseph. Ross, Jas. Ruplcy, II. C Jr., Scrgenl, Irvine Savage, W. M. Scarborough, Dave Scarliorough, Arch. Schooler, Will. Scntl, Robert. Shearer, Henry. Sherriu, Leslie J. Slaughter, W. II. Smith, G. M. Smith, II. H. Smith, li. !'. Snow, Darker. SKNHiatiiorc, W. II. Stcplitnsou, W. M. Slcvins, A. T. Stevens. Tiff. Stone, N' L. Stringer, John II. Simon, llenry. Sumpler, Maurice. Sv.earigan, W. M. Swope, Geo. 'lankcrslcy, John. Tankerslcy, W. M. 'I ankersley. A. li. Terr)', Will. Francis, Olis. Francis, Allen. Troxwcll, Marcus. Troxwcll. Jake. Vaught, R. Walls. John. Walls, Wallace. , Walls. John G. Wliitchouse, John. Wilder, G. D. Wilder, A. L. Wilder, T litis. Wilder, W. M. Williams, R. W. Williams. C, Wilson. Sam. Woodal, M. Wootls, J. M. Wren. J. II. , ates, Joe. oung Arthur, oullg. II. R. Hall. T. C. Jr. Hondcr, Adulpli. James, A. C. w . j , J , i , , t , i H , u f a - . 3. , ) t ' ' 3 " J 3 fc , i Lackey, Hroaddus. Lewis. Will. Lewis, Hen. I.illard, Edward. Logan, T. R. Logan, Harvey. Logan, Oliver. I.ogan, l.es, Logan, Shcard, Logan, Sam, Loveless, Tom, Martin, John. Mason, Itert. Mayfield, I Hick. McCornuck, Hen. McCoy, Ernest. Miller, Pete, Mitchell, Chas. Mitchell, Jas. Mitchell, ack. Morrison, F. F. G. Moore, Will. Mullins, l.ogan. Mullins, Jim. Murray, Will. New laud. Hob. Owsley, Will. Owsley, Tom. Owsley, Lucien. Owsley, Geo. 1'arrifli, John. Penman, Hen, Sr. Penman, John. Penman Henry., Penman, Mack. Perkins, Abe. Perkins, Emil. Parrish, J. II. Pejtou, Tom. 1'ejton, Miles. P'gg. John. Price, Granville. Robinson, Joe. Robinson, A. Ross, C Ross, Allen. Rout, Will. Rout, Caleb. Rout, Lewis. Rout, Perry. Rout, Sam. Rout, Slick. Rout, Homer, Salter, lid. Salter, Vance. Salter, Henry. Salter, Fields, Sr. Salter, Fields, Jr. Schropshirc, James. Shanks, Nathan. Simms, Chas. Simpson, F. Simpson, W. T. Stnillt, Hud. Smith. Arthur G. Smothers, John. Suead, John II. Cooper, Josh. llcrt. Iiwson, George. I.ccce. W. 11. lAcowitr, Arcs. Iicowit, Mike. Lovins, E. S. Magic', Sam. Maxwell, Henry. MeAlister, J. W. McAlistcr, Joe. Middleton, W. M. Mills, Ike Monpins, Will Mullins, Shcrnian, (Col) Napier, T W. Nnjilcr, William. Navlor, Tom. Nnylor, Will. Konkcs, George, Noakcs, James. Oaks, J. R. Oaks, W. D. Oblam, las. Payne, Jno. S. Pajnc, John. G..M. Payne, J. C. Pecplcs, W. II. Phelps, N. C , , , Nitcklcs,N. " , Craig, Will. Crawford, Lvnn. Crawford, Alfonso. Drc, Willie. F.drington, George. Ednngton, Aaron. Epperson, William. Frc, Thos. Givens, Harney. Goggin, Emmett. Gooch, Ernest. Gooch, Allen, Sr. Gooch, Tim. Gooch, Hiram, (ioode, Emmett, Goode, ltd. Gordon, Green. Harlan, John, Harris, Ifcitry. Hnrris, Hud. Hoekcr, Page, I locker, Will. Hubble, Guy. Hughes, Znu. Ilium, Will, Sr. I hum, ,"4 Chas. Hunii. lid. lones. Newton. Jones, Andy. -- Fleming F. Mint, li. W. Florence, Jas, Floyd, Jas, Frederick, II, A. Gooch, Lewis. Griffin, II. V. Griffin, John, Grttton, T. II. Haggard, Tol. Haggard, John, 3 l, Haggard, Harry. Hiatt, J. II, I lodge, Jas. Hasty. W. A. Hatfield. Ilollle,-IlcrteAdolph, llochii, Robert. Hoguc, S. Johnson, W,, D, Jones, II. R. Kayscc. lien. Kidd, D. Kidd, j. W. ' Kidd, W. M. Kidd, 0. King. J. W. King, Jas. Kcisup, Frank. I.auham ,L. li. Lutes, John. Matagill. T. C McMullin, Elbert. McMullin. Will. Mchrtcns. Rtv. C J. Mcrrctt, J D. Meik, J.. Meier, litniel. lohn. Mii.-1i.l- C H. " J . .afcs - - Pajne, ' , ' , Grc-- n. R H. ,. Pleasants, James. Pleasant, J. T. Pollard, R. Ramsey, Chas. Ramsey, Sam. Redd. J. T. Reed, Oscar. Riddle, J. G Roberts, Rev Jno. Rogers, E. D. Rogers, Ihco. Suylor, James. Scarliorough, David. Settle, J. A. Severance, George. Shelton, Dudley. Shclton, Win. Simpson, C. J. SiiiKleton, Andrew. Singleton, G. O. Smith, John. Smith, V. T. Sanders. Levi. Shears. J. H. Shears, H, Stephens, Rilry. Stephens, F Stephens, G. L. Stephens, Andy. . Stephens, Stringer, lohn. . Tavlor.-Win- ; i I ' ( ' C.rrsham, Win Grcsham, Tildcn. Grimm, Hernartl. . Grubbs. Howard. Harp, Chas. Hasty, Frank. Henry, Robert. Henry, A. J. Hcnrj, Joe Iicrnng Marshall. Hopkins, A, L. Have, Thos. Hughes, Claude. Hughes, Ed. . Hughes, W II. Humphries, Lewis. Huston. Will. Huston, George. Irish, Pearl. loncs. Rov. f , i I ' " 5 Stewart, Stewart, Stewart, 1913 Hob. . Delinquent Poll Tax Colored for J 1 I 1 .. Iai. 1, ' ''r ' " !' n- liadt. Tho. l'!aon, K. I r - Klkin, G S. Klliott, Asbury. A f -- r Farmer. T S. Fuller, Ii S. Couch, Will. (iilpin. Henry. Gaines, II. (node, J. S. Green. Hlija. Hansford. Will. Harden, J W. Harris. Will. Hasty, Will. I laity, Allen. llatclicr. J D. t rues, u u. Harmon. W I VY Ilailctt, Joe Haslet Tom ll Helm, lohn. Henry, leff. Henry, lid. Hester, Vimil. Huclei-- i J. R. Holloway, Joe. Holticlaw, Sam. Huffman. D. V. Huffman. J II. Huffman. W II. Humphrcss. Will. Hunt. Garfield. Hutchinson, John. James, fid. Jcnninps. Sid. lolmson. Jack, lolmson. Karris. Jones, Kolit. G. ones, W. L. oslin, lloouc. Tenncdy, Adar. Kennedy. A. Kidd. John. Kid Henry. llazlclt. Will.' Harlctt, W. Zaclc. . r -- , a ' Fitgerahl, Alcorn. James. Abb, George. Adams, Green. Audcrkon, Carey. Armstrong, W. Ilailev. W M. Hailc). Hob. Ilaker, Hen. llarkcr, Roscoc. llaughinan, Chas. Haughman, Dick, Jr. u Iiaughman, Green. Haughman, Will. Hauubman. Dick. Sr. Haughman, lohn. . Haughman, Jeff. Haughman, Fin. ( k .. Hcst. Harry. Hest. S. Hlakely. Will. j' Hlakcly. Will, Jr. lloglc. Will. ,J ,, , Hrcnt, Geo. Hright, John. ,. , Hright, Dave. Hright. Alfred. Hroaddus, Harvey. Hrown, Zeikicl. j Itryatit, Ernest. Hurdettc, Jas. jj Hurdctle, James. , Iliirnsule, J. W. Caldwell. 1L CarMin, Millard. Carson, Wes. j Clay, Green. ' i Cook, Leon. ,, J , Cok, Xcal. '" , Cook, Oran. Cowan, Walter. ;' . Craig. Will. Craig, Helm. j Craig, Lee. , Crow, Tlios. . ,1 Crow, Hob. " Crow, James. 4 Davis, Jeff. , Davis, Wade. , Davison, Harvey. 3 Daw son, Mack. Dawson, Will. Dawson. Chas. Dickcrson, Harry. , Dickerson. George., . Dunn, Lucien. ' Fnglcinaii, Jack. . '" F.vans. Will. , Stewart. Hort. Stoner, Loter Tall, James. Thomas, R. Larkin. Stewart, J. W. Stewart, Arthur. Faulkner. 'Ihurmond, Alex, Sr. 1 hurmond, lid. Thurmond, llcrt. Thurmond, Speed. Thurmond, Polk. Thurmond, John. Thurmond, Jim. Tojten, George. Tnbblc. Nevm. Trumbo. Will. Tucker, Green. Vensin, John. ensin, Victor. Wade. Giddy. Wade. J. M. Walker, Hallard. Warren, James. Whitley. Green. Whitley, Will. Williams, Tom. Williams. George. Wither, Rob. Withers, John. Withers, Horace. Woods, Tom. Woods, Detroit. Wtods, George. Woods, Henry. Woods, Sam Wray, George. Yates. J. H. Young, Al. Young, F'rank 'Ihomis. Hen. Teeter.S.F. Tittle. Frank. Turner, Cicero. Turner, Arthur. Tu rnco James. Vanhook, J. W. Watson. A. F Watson. W. R. Wilburn, James. Wilson. J. M. Wilson, J. Wilson. Curtis. Woods, Curtis. Woods, Clarence. Voting, H. -- 1 :.i jC i . ii CRAB ORCHARD White List Delinquent Poll Tax for Adams, Dave. Adams. W. M. Adams. W. T. Ashitr, Win. Raker, J. W. Haker, Jas. Ilaker, Tlioj. Hakcr, Sam. Haugh. Frank. Hrnklcy, William. Hobbilt, F. F. Rootie, O. C Hradlcy. N. D. lirock. Green, Jr. Hrock, Green Sr. 11 rock, Woodion. Hrock, Levi. Hrock, Jess. Hrock. Flojd. Hrougliion, J. H Hroughton, Harvey. I'roiiKhton, Simon. Hroughton, William. Hrown, Chas. Hunch. Hill. Ilurklctt. Jacob. Campbell, Thomas. Chappcll, John. Cheek, James. Collier, Clarence. Collier, J. M. Cooper, C. R. Crank, John. Crider, George. 1913 , , Crab Orchard Colored List Alford, Will Anderson, Jesse. Huchanan, J. A. I.iiclunan, Flima Huchanan, Dishon. Huchanan, Tim. a . Campbell, Will. Davis, Uoss. Dclaney, Alfred. Dunn, Walter. j i Fish. Albert. F'rancis, James. Green, J. J. ' Guest, Howard. Higgins, Habc. Higgins, W. M. Higgins. M. C Humber, Ctxjper I lumber, John. r I lumber, Harry. " Humber, Henry. Humble, Henry. "J Huinblc H. "J Johnson, Alex. King, lames. King. Ilarrivon. ' J Lee, Tlios. Xorris. S ' Mack. Will. I '' McPhcrsnn. Will. Moblcv. lohn. Moblcy, Will. Mobley Wit. Mullins, Sherman. Mullins. John. ' i Parks, Nick. Perkins, Ed. Pleasants, Sam. Rigsby, Andrew. Robinson. John. Ross. Will. Schooler. Noah. Snodgrass. Andy. Williams. Meade. 4 m ' ', -- HUSTONVILLE , Lair. G. M. Leach, Anderson. Leach, Edward. I.easure, Tom, I.easure, Joe. Long, Roht. Luniford, l.iinsfonl, Lunsford, John. Manning, I), T. Kd. G. W. J1.' :- - Mason, W. J, Maxie, Geo. McCarlcy. W. H. McHlfrcsh, W. H. McGuffey, M. U McGuffey. A. Mfin'r, S. Middleton, Dock. Miller, Jas. Miller. Will. Miracle, li. C. Moore, Harey. Munday, J. T. Munday, Gcurgc. Mnrchant, John. Murphy. J, W. .N'ave, Leonard. Kaylor, George W. Ncwconih. N, Norris. Rice. Oaks, Hdward. Owens. A. C. Owens. Harvey. Patrick, W. C. I'ergoson. Roht. I'itluidii, Mose. Pittman, M. W. I'ollard. Leslie, I'oltt, A. A. IV ell, Frank, i'oynter W A. Martin, Jas. Ford, John. Game. Will. l.arclcner, W. M. Graves, A. G (raves, John. Grieu, Rev. J. T. Gridcr, lid. Griffin, Jaino. Grigsby. Porter. fittest. Samuel. Hamilton. Virgil, Harris, Chas. Hansford, Hob. Hansford, Green. Hansford. Forest. Harp. J. Jr. Harris. G. II. Harris, Will. Harris, George. Hill. Hathoway. Havdeu, Joe. ll.i)deu, John, Hajs, George. Havs. Jesse. I lavs, Hen. Hays, Will. Havs, Jacob. Helm, Wilson. Helm, Will. Helm. Lee. Helm, Hugh. Helm. Geo. Jr., Jo. ' ' I I1 j j ' ' ! ' J ' ' J , ;J If i.' cuiioii. , ' f Helm, Sam. Higgins. I. H. Higgins, John. Higgins, Spencer, Sr, Higgins, Tim. Hill, Harden. I locker, Will. Ilocker, Chas. Hubble, Frank. Hubble, Guy. Jackson, Israel. James, Will'. Jasper. John. Jtiiniugs, Pete. Dan. Jnbnuin, Clarence. Johnson, K. D, Coleman, Johnstu), Rev. lv. Albert, Jones, lours. Will. Kendrick, Tom, Sr. Kendrick, Tom, Jr. Lackey, Jas. x ' Lackc), Tavlor. Lackey. Will. Lackey, Henry. Lackey, Robert. Hilm, itury. . Deltorde. J. A.- Delancy, S. A. Denny, A. J. Denny, J. F. Denny, George. Dishon, J. A. Daw ell. Virgil. Dyehouse. E. D. Elmore. Will. Farris, Moses. Fcldnian, A. II. FYasier, Osco. Fraiiir, Henson. F'raiier, Robert. . Gilkerson, lames. Goodm. L. II. Grant, David. Griffin, lames. Grow. F H Hamilton. Ike. Harnc$, W. C t. j. ' r 3 ' Harris, Arthur. Harris, J S. Harris. G. W. II aw Icy, las. Hiatt, L. lli.itt. Lafe. Havs. John. Helton, lohn Hilton, W'M, Hines. Ad. Holmes, S M. Holmes. D. V. Hohnes.F. P. Hopkins, Frank. Hutchinson. W. C, Irvine, George Irvine, E. D, lolmson, W. A, lolmson. Luther. Johnson. T. M. ' " ' ' White List Hustonville While List Adams, James. Adams, james R, Alford, Henry. Ashley, Robert. Austin, Clarence. j Austin, Will. liailey, Dan. Hastiii, George. 4 , Ilaker, John. llartlctt, Chas. Haugh, GJincs. Haugh. J. O. Heck. J. W. '" Reeves, Tlios. ' Hrice, Marcus. Hrice,, George. , Hishop, Rowland. llibb. J. A. ' Hlackerby, Paul. Hohon, Hudson. 4 Hradshavv, Harvey. ' Hraxdale. J. II. Hrierly, W. A. Hurgcss, Newt. Hurton, Allen. ,j Hutler, J. A. ' llutler, Claude. Uutlerj Jas. Caldwell J. W. Camdtn. lohn. Catnnitz, Harry, Caiunitz, H R. Carney, Tlios. Carpenter, W 7.. Carpenter, Calvin. Carpenter, George. , Carrier, John li. Carter, lames. Carter, lid. .Carter, Hird C. Caughy J. I'rank. Caug.hy, A. J. Chambers, Jas'." Cli.tiuben.Cliuj,. Clarke, Lee. ClarksonT G. R, Cl.irkson, Cicero Cfarkon, Jess. Clarkson. Will. Coffiuan, Alford. Coffman, I'r)or. Cnffman, Lindsay, Ji Complon, W, II. Cox. W. M. Coy. W. G, Coy, John. Coy Will. CrovV, Roht. V. Cummins, Tlios. Coleman, Clay. Steele. Tom. Stephens. Jno. Stephens, J. C. Stcplienson, Stoner. Thomas, R. W. Thomas. Cleo. Tillett, W. D. Tunberlake. Geo. Tol. Trent. Nathan, ijtarns, 'Ihos. Starns. W. II. Jones, Walter C. lones, S. lump. Will. Knuckles, John. Lane, Clav. Lane, John. La), Jesse. Leather, Geo. P. Leonard. Arch. ' Lewis, Chas. Lintliicum, W. C. '" Lucas. Geo. v! Lucas, Ernest. Marlow, Walton. Martin, Clay Martin, Richard. Mason. Jesse. Mason, Thos. Maxey, John. '' McAniuch McUee, Emmett. McCormack. Milton J. ' McGill. John H. McKinney, J. T. Mcrcir, Arthur. Mercer. William II. Mercer, Christopher. Montgomery, Logan. Montgomery. Chas. Moore. A. E. Murphy. Willie G. Mejers, Joshua H. Jr. Mvers. Arthur. Nail, Clde. , Nunnelley, L. B. Patterson. Tom. " Pevton. D. II C. . Phillips, Dr. A. W. Poison. Henry. i Powell, L W. Price, J. W. Sr.. sf r Ramsey. Hob. "i Rasch, M E. " Rasch. William. S" . f Ratliff. Ncal. ' Ralliff. Sieve. i' Reid. D. " .'. Reid. -. M. Reynolds, Rice. '1 Richards, Alfonso. Kicliards, Iimmett H. Robinson, J. T. Rodgers, Commodore. Routcn, James Russell, John. Russell, G. G. Sandidgc. Silas M. Sandidgc, Chas. 1). " Sears, James H. Shadoan. Ii. W. ' Sutton, John T. Sjmmons. J. P. ' Simms. Jack. Simtns. F'red. W. 1. Singlcton. Marion. Sliuler, James. .U Smith, Dan M. Smith, J. S. Smith. John. Smith, Charley. Southcrlaml, G. ? iSiiiL-leto- (one, W.'C. Jones, Win, C Lvnn. Will. McCormack, Arch. McCormack, Wallace. McCormack, Isaac, McGill. Mack. McGill, Lee. Miller, Hert. Morton, John. Ration, Fiuniell, I, Patten .lirr.rnstt, Sr. P.Uton, Lee Larue. Peyton, Govcr. Pevton, Thos. Peyton, Will, Sr. Powell, Will R. Powell, Geo. 'Powell. Tom. Price, Hen Revnoids, Ex. Riffe. Geo. Robinson, Wallace. Sandidgc, lames. Sandidgc, Will. Sbocls, Hud. Smith. Tom Jr. Smith. Geo. Steele, Chas. Strand, Cv. Steward, John. Tate. Tom. Thurmond, Letch. Wilkcrson, John. Williams, Allen. Williams, Hcnrv. Cloyd. Jno. R. M. Yates, Sam. Sweeney, Virgil. WAYNESBURG White List ' Delinquent Tax List for 1913 Adams, H. C. Aker, J. T. Arnold, Ernest. Ashley, W, IS. Ashlev. h. Hallard, Ollivcr. Hatin, J. B. Hastin, T. D Haugh, A. X Bennett, Rice. Hrackett, Foster. Bradlev, E. Bradley, S. T. Hurton. Berry. Buster, L. T. Caldwell, O. T. Carpenter, V. B. Carrier, Green. Carrier, S. L. Chambers. J. M. Gift, C W. Coker, Chas. Collins. M. Cook, Harden. Cook, Chas. Coon. Elmer. Couch. Dillard. Cullip, Wesley. Cummins, D. F. Cunningham, M. Daigh, J. H. Davis, W. L. Denham, J. V. Denson. W. S. Dishon, Harry. Hat sun. Will. Dugan, Walter. Durham, Feland. Dvc. Josh. F.trris, M Fleming, Oscar. Joncs,Jim . ' j " ' I , ' N ' ' ' . Plato. Morris. Elmer, E. Naef, Fred. Jr. Norheimer, Henry. Oaks, Arthur. Oaks, VirKil. Oaks, J. H. Oaks, Fount. O Dear, Tom. Padgett, Ernest. Padgett, Jno. L. Padgett L. Padgett. S. D. Perry, W. H. Phillips, T hos. Pittman, Thos. Pittman, W. II. Reid, J. G. Rcthcrford. Lewis. Rctherford, John. Richardson, C. A. Roberts, Romian, Roland. Robert. Ross. Nutc. Routcn, Peyton, Scott, Chas. F Scarborough. Jno. Sjlcr, Virgil. Simms, D. H. Simms, Mock. Singleton, Garfield. Singleton, John. Singleton, Maurice. Skjdmorc, W. D. Skidmorc, A. J. Skjdmorc, F'rcil. Skidmore, Chas. Smith, George. Smith, James. Smith, G. C. Smith. W. A. Smock, Ed. Smock. Sam. Smock, II. Soard. Crit. Stamphley, Albright. Sutton, R. G. Taylor, J. P. Thompson, James. Wall. Harrison. Walls, J. W. Wesley, A. K. Wesley. Chas. Wheeler, J. H. Wilchcr, G. B. Williams, Vcnnic. Williams, Hullitt. Williams. M. Wilson, J. W. Yocuni. E. Yocum, B. H. Vocum, W.J. Young, Freddie. Young, Ed H. Young, Sam. Young, Ii. II. Young. lohn. Younij M. G. Young, II. G Colored McMullin. Wilson. Richards, Frank. M.Hire, MiKirc. 11." 11. 4 tl & !l J- - ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY the one place you will most enjoy a vacation for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. is 4 ' LIVE IN THE OPEN HUNTING TENNIS MOUNTAIN CUMBING MOTORING RIDING DRIVING GOLF 'lapps. Prjor. Turner. R. F. Wade. W. II. Wagoner. Waifs. Mack-Wall- Rev. I;nas. ' Jesse Warren. Lewis. Warren Millard. Wilchcr. Wesley. Wilchcr, A. W. Wilkerou. H. H. Willis. W. S. Jr. Yocuni, Civo. Young, Neal. Young, L. F. Zimmerman Tlios. Hustonville Colored List Alcorn. Dave. Alcorn, Martin Jr. Alcorn, John. Anderson, Hell. Anderson, Felix. Armstrong, Geo. Armstrong, Chat. Armstrong, Frank. i ,' Pailey, Tern. Hailcy, Win. ? Haldock, Jas. Heard, Geo. Jr. Hlaiu, George. Hltdsoe, Chas. Hright. Alfred. Hright. C. C. Hrock; Leslie. Hrock, Andy. Hrock. Will. Hrock, George. Hrown, (ieo. Hrown, Rice. Hrown. Joe. Hrown, Frank. Hurdettc, Wallace. Hurton, W. Ii. Cln'im, Gene. Cloyd, Rice. Clojd, Joe. Jr. Coffiuan, Clarence. Complon. Will. Cook, John. Cooper, LoKan. Cooper, Allen. Cooper, Jese. Cowan, George. OTHER NOTED RESORTS MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE WayneiTiHe, Hot Spring, Hcndersooville, Brevard, Saluda, Flat Rock Lake Toxaway Tyron, Of SOUTHERN OFRAILWAY THE PREMIER CARRIER SOUTH For furlhtr (aforoMtloa Ucal ar addraM, B. H. Todd, D. P. A. LouUvllle, Ky. (!. ' GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winter's discomfort. WINTER TOURIST FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA ' INCLUDING TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH FtORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA AND LONO. RETURN LIMIT. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. ' EQUIPMENT, H. C. KING, PRIVILEGES. SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any Ticket Agent or write PutMifltr and Tickt Ajwit, 131 Cast Main St. Lexington, ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE- R Ky. .mmv ivd i T-m- ivm irffrij "POSSUM vv HUNTERS" TERRORS ' "X . TkK INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1914 Muhlenburg County Hat Band of Night Riders Udner a New Name xX flRRHMR9IHRRlRaHRRRffiRr-'BRtWRRR- t ( i - '''tegagyj Carroll Preston 4383 Bay, horse; star; both hind ankles white;eight years old; 16 hands SIRE. Preston 922 by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark 64. DAM. Baby Pence by Enoch Arden, 2d dam. Lady Pence by Forest (2863); 3d dam, Daugluerof Garrard Clncf,(2253) 4th dam daughter Borie's Gray Eagle. $JS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I have facilities for caring for mares sent to me from a distance and will furnish good grass and the best of personal attention. In all cases a lien will be retained on foal for service fee, accord-in- g to law. Fees become immediately due and insurance is forfeited if mares are removed from stale or bred to another horse Care taken to prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. I invite inspection of ill my hordes and will guarantee satisfaction in all my dealings. He will stand at Nunncllcy's Stock Pens, Stanford, Kentucky. nt W. O. WALKER 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 Tie Ford. McCARTY & ANDERSON, Agents for Lincoln and Caey Counties. BROMLEY & BROMLEY, Stanford, Ky., Stanford, Agents Ky., March 3, 1514. GENTLEMEN: Your check, for claim filed with you a few days ago received, for which accept my thanks. This is the second claim J hate lud on m accident and health policy" since taking same with jou less than a jear ago, and both times sou liac been very prompt and fair in jour settlements. Any time I can say a Rood word for you you can count on me, as anyone taking a policy with jou will find that it is exactly as repreVery truly jours, sented by you and a good one R. K. HORTON. - .Sabotli, In llcait Naboth, b old Natxiili, at our farm, known as the loin Hoiiiic place on the Ottenheitn pike at . $8 to Insure a Living Colt Princ: lle.ui Xahoth is a handsome dark liav. .v.vcar-oh- i, Id hands high of great stvlc and action and perfect disuoiit on. Money for season due when marc is traded or parted with or bred elsewhere. Care taken to prevent accidents, hut not responsible should aii) occur THE GREAT TACK BRF.CHRR W'e will also stand the great mute jack Iteeclier, at AS to insure a living colt. Ilecclier is It )cars old and is black with white points, sired l Joe llt.iekbiirn, lie bv Sicond Prune and tie b imortrd Prince from Spain, First dam Ciriatt.i Ta.vlor. second dam .Veouiia. third dam Mien III) the. fourth dam the Itcntictt jmnct Monc) due when mare is traded or nflrs mi chair: near their parted with r lir! rl'cv here. - Care taken to prevent accidents, but not heads Who is the leader of the silent band responsible should anv occur. of midnight riders, is a tiicsttnit winch T. M BOONE, R. D. 1, Stanford, Ky no one scents willing or able to answer That there is a leader a shrewd and cunning as am who ever rude at the lieail of an organized Imdt of men goes A HIGH GRADE STALLION without doubt, i. ut those who know In My high hrol live-- ) car-ol- d Chestidentity, of course, are snent. and if there be am who suspect his name thev nut torrcl Stallion wi.l make the Seaate afraid to breathe it He is said son of 1914 at ni) barn on the old fair lie is 16 to rule with a rod of iron and his word grounds at lluslonville. K) hands high weight 1.200 pounds lie ts said to be taw. The strength of the otg.iiiitaliou is will ?crve a tuniteil number of mare lVrrheron Society of America a nutter of surmise Some say as at $15 to itiMire a living colt, season Volt.t.rs is a iMndsonie Perclier.m main as fort) men have called upon a due when nure is parted with, or leavstallion, pel feet in cotilormatioii ami This stallion is b) ing the county single victim t other times as few W0 jmuhiIs He has sliland Ilrook ami. out of standard weighs about as cmtit have appeared at a lonely proven bunelf to be one of the cthin in a wood, cjlltd forth the head bred trotting marc. He has proven to breeders in the sute His colts slum oi tlie Household and administered to be a great breeder, having his colts to fot themselves Fach man thinks Ins htm a lashing. The band lias its chief show- for linn His colts are all sad- coit is thc.hcst. strength in tlte north end of the count. dle colts, with good st)lc and action. He has great action for a big horse Call and cc a good horse before hut is adding to its numlier d.nlv can ,:rl tii and go like a trottuij; ln.rse breeding tinw comes. Men who heretofore have heen The progressive farmers are hnrdiug JIM REED and Godfearing have been to draft horses more every year Tliey I will ato stand .he i?rrat itiolr im-forccil to take the oath, of allegiance litn Ketd. the well known mule jack realm' that little, weak trains' cintioi !. to the "Possum Hunters, ' it is said, n tlie old jack of Jim Reed's Having the wurk as it should be dour Lots on pcualtv of a scourging The organiot our l.irms have heen ruined bv li.il zation is said to lie spreading through, sold his colts at $100 at weaning time low plowing, causing toil to all wash and is a fine breeder, having colts to out the entire county and even persons Hut it was the best that could ait at living in Greenville, the count) seat, show for turn here, lie has a large be done with the teams we had No bone and Ins colts have good Ikmic and anil Central Citv, towns of sutistanti.il stvlc He will stand at $1(1 to insure a suceissfiil farmer can afford to pat tlie Imputation, are beginning to feet tin liring colt. Money due when marc is price we have to pa) now for farm easy regarding the personal safety. and rnd them lo tie field to do partid with or lift the count) a da 's work with a small tram So B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, Ky. to eel the J.cM results ton lute to lute improved tnaehinerv and a good big nam to pull it with. The onl) wav tu Registered Percheron Stallion 7886S do this is to raise big horses and This ir a splmdtd t)pe of the breed is the best lug horse in the colli! I'.lack with star in forthead. Foaled Standing at Hustonville try to breed lo for thai kind He has Mav 2hk. 1910. I will stand the two great draft it bv what he has done SI K I Tlie great Percheron horse. our brood marcs will not last al Sam, 25055 (5460S) an imported horse horses WVIY.M N ami Ml Mil for from France, a winner at the Interna the season of 1914 at inv farm near wavs are voti raising any )oung ones tioiial at Chicago; alo twice winner at Hustonville. at the low Mini of $10 each o take their ,cplaces' Ooii't voti think , nrv ,j , 3 trginia Mate Fair, tipping the scale to insure a living colt. Watzman is an imported German while vou have such a horse close to at 2450 pounds ou'' Voltaire wdl make the season of He sold for $J.IKlO I) M Mason Girl. Kcgtstrv Xr coach horse 1914 at m I have used him two season place one mile from Stan 489st beautiful black mare weigh ford on the Hantillc pike at $15t1 to and his colts show for xhcniselvo what ing 1800. a lite colt hi large size lie will make the season at ni) farm withcan ilo.all ejiining cult- - show and insure lots of stvle. Ills loo J KEVIN CARTER. Stanford. Ky. at Knohlirk Station. Lincoln county well what he docs, to nitd an extended better known as the "Sowett Givens description. farm.' at v French is a Pircheroii. and a $10 to Insure a Living Foal horse onginallv and sold for $2.- Monc) due when colt is foaled, marc , 4(0 I bought liim in Metcalf countj-traded or removed from county. Care taken to prevent accident, lint where he has done splendid work m , NO. 5000 the siud. He produces splendid colts, not responsible should am occur lly Cbcsiir Peatmc Xo. .1IK4 bt Ke.x the big .tyli-.li fellows with fine lone E. G. BICKLEY Peatine Xo. 1795. lit Uc Phone 671, Danville, Ky an J shape. He will attract attention S.5J: 1st dam Kthel I) Xo McDonald. JW?; Jnd anv where and is the kind of a breeder owners of mares are looking for He dam 'Irixtc fjuick Xo. KS55; 3rd dam M weighs 1.KU0 imunds and gets colts like I! iv. left liiml foot white, 16 hinds him I also Is a black Percheron Stallion, atoiit have two or three fine, big high, foaled 1910 Will nuke the sea 2 hand- - high, is three years old mule duelling jaiks which 1 will also sou of F14 at nij stable on the StanId ford and Shelht City pike. sv ,m)i and weighs 1 400 pound?. tand at $12 and $10. 1 wilt stand him for the 19"4 season tioui .Stanford at 510 to insure a lit-- n I K. Baughman, Hustonville, Ky. g colt Xo service oil Stindav t riv place, about four miles west of Hustonville. at ?I0 to insure a living L. H. MESSER, Stanford, KcMucky. I icn retained colt on cult and sea" son is e if mare is traded or parted TIMOTHY HAY FOR SALE with. I will stand mv fine registered PerBy weight or bale: a exI will also stand one good mule jack-o- cheron l)o&?eau at mv farm on the Stan-for- d tra nice, bright, clean few tons of hay, timolhv tlie same terms. and Hustonville pike, one mile the kind ton like to teed your horses Good pasturage can be furnished East oi Hustonville for the season of W'e also hate on hand at all tunes. mares at $2 a nnnth 1914 at Corn. Oats. Iioth for feid and seed W. B. GOVER, Hustocville, Ky. purposes; Ship Stuff. Chicken feed. U5 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT Flour, Meal and Cjwl. Any order tou Masons' Meetlnrj Bosseau is a fine big boned animal, may gitc us will be promptly filled Lincoln I.lce No. 60 V, A. M., mrrti In weighs 2,060 pounds and is just the and appreciated. stntsd communlcition on rich firtf and tbird Kind to breed to, (o get your big mule D. V. KENNEDY It CO., Mirdty nights of rich month at 7 o'clock u mares. -Stanford Ky I'ifir hall on Jlsin itiwt, Huntorl, Ky MrJl R. L. BERRY, Hustonville Ky. of mttr Icxljri fritrrnallr intlird to b, VV. IHKLA.Nl). prrsrnt. . J. 8t'r. SHELBY SULTAN NO. H7497 K-7-Win-elu'sii- T situation has alt but paralyzed busi ness, and work at mine of the (ithr.it-tc- r loal Company ha been entirely suspended, sa a (irccmillc dispatch Sunday. to the l miner-JournThat something mint be done is bebut ing home in upon the wli.it thej are unable to saj just at 1 lies, are up against an present foe that strike. in the dark and steals silititly away. So terrorized are those who lute been visited by the "Possum Hunters," as the silent band lias conic to be termed, that when in formation is sought from them they become dumb. One man has left the county on account of the "hunters," and unless the situation is specdilj relieved others will leave soon It lias reached the point where a man knows not whether neighbor, to trust his and hitherto jtcacrful homes have been converted into arsenals. Men sleep with sit- shooters under their pillows and nun and children in the district of Muhlcnburg county, down in western Kentmkj It is ever present, the incnicc being a band of silent men who rnlf at night, wrecking vengeance The for real or fancied grettattccs coal-minin- g "car stalks at the heels of men, wn PRINCE BEAU NABOTH We will stand our tine saddle and harness stallion, l'riucc llcntt 0$ Keitacky Qatkmu 5167 Glen Brook Kentucky (icntlemaii has bicn pronounced by competent judges to be one ot the greatest )oung horses m the state he is just the right siz- e- I.S J.-h.itiusi w tight nlxiut I, HI imnd. He Is almost perfect in conformation and his color is ideal, being u dark chest nut with white IimkI teet ami a Mar .mil Mop, He hat , be.iutilul inane The only real proof of the Individuality and soundness of the stallion Is and tail the show ring. It jives Melrose Farm pleasure to again offer the serKintmk) (iiutleiuan is rspiciallv n vices of the horsei, Thistle Doune, winning race tecord 2:09 good in the shoulders, wethers, back on the grand circuit arid winner of the champion roadster stallion class at .nut i.uartiTs lie has the best of fut the Kentucky Slate Fair, 1913, and Chlmewood, 2 IP -, considered by nuny and legs, and is pcrfectl) sound in ev the handiomest trotting stallion In the world, winner of the Irotlltif bred He is an impressive horse er) wav stallion class at the Kentucky State Fair, lots standing still but is more so m mo naldy McGregor 3:0C who recently jold for $40,000.00 in Europe and tioti Sots himself perfectly and is a Lassie Mc Gregor, who recently sold for Sto,OOOM In thU country, ar a true g.uteil horse; never touches him brothel and sister of Thistle Doune, 2 09 who is himself Ihe sire of Zull-k- a self ant where, and has exceptional and Madora Doune (2), 2 26 2:29 speed at I lie rack and irot Imi vrar and who has a large number of rolls in training in the hands ot Kentucky's famous reinsman, Ben with vcrv little handling his tra'incr and it Is confidently expected that a number will race to fast records strppeil him in a ipiartcr in 42 -- a 2Af, this ytar He has wonderful tntclhgcmc gait. Chjmewood has the distinction of kcing more sought after by Governaim is 'cud and gentle. ment Commission than any stallion in America, and they offered Ihe Uicesl Kintuck) (icntlemaii is a ttpic.il price, $J,00000 cash, they offered for any stallion, which was lefused Kiutttek) saddle horse tin kind the TERMS ate Thistle Doune, l.is.00 to Insure; Chimewood, $23 00, to wholi world loes and minims His Mares kept on grass at owner'arlsk. hr.'euing is the ver) choicest. He is bv Foi futther Information and extended bleeding with descriptive catalo-ruChester Peaviue J 48. b) Hex I'eavinc I7.Vi. bv Krx address. 8.U. hj Kc.x Diniiiaik Wll. Dam Flora tarter 8W, G. CECIL, DANVILLE. KY. il b Squirrel 5.1, b) lll.uk .Siptirril bt lllack b.agle bt King Wil 5. I i.i i n (7 This grand tilling horse has provin himrlf to be an cxccptionaltv fine lireeiler. ami I offer his services to tlu public at the ver) low price of $2l)(M to oisuie a live colt Money dilt when si ill jWlfcv' jdMHilstkflssssSkX. is lo.ilnl nr mare parted with The best of attention given to mires tu. not responsible for .niidsiit-- , sh.mln .mv occur kr Kitiiuckt (iiitlemau will make the ' & 'Sxi e.i-nf I'JU at mv placi one mile -fioni Stanford on the Dantille piki Winners on the Track and In the Show Ring Against Rtt the Best in the Land 3-- 4, 4, 4, Ken-nsd- v, e. e. J. i : -- 1 BHBst ' ? ' 4 K'aBLW. wQi' sssasLW J! A m Voltaire 1 SrWir ' isPp: VassssVssK fByiBiiiisB3 aJsB'-ltl- bit - law-abidi- Samson TwoGreat Stallions Vol-tai- ri tt,!d (,. Coni-pan- Rex O'Dare J662t, Tr. 2:24. .'4. The Dark bat stallion, 16 hands, ftulcd I innr in Ml davs handling Aug 15. 90. bred at N'illagr farm. Wttrin Id is a truh made boise. of Last urora, X V Sired b) Hire l)e grand iiiditidiialitv and bred in line vil 2lt. lie won srvm champioiislups. thai oitille himjo iiccome a sire of note at National Horse Show First dam riciiig 'bat lie is a m.ii of the grrul and famous prgcnltor Dare Xaughtt dirl bv Rett nicrtcux J.lJt)(J rai'r h The latter rallied the title lour vcars old record 211 sire of Devil ' Vue'iean Helle. three vcars. record of the Monarch of the Ibune Stretch." . l.' list, a . while on the turf and afts-- isltttw"il ami SJ others in son of Onward lilt record 22h I 4. ' to thr stuil at'iiuired iniprrislublr rr Not only hate the and ls'nowi' a a sin sire i f )nw.ird Silver J (15 - :r. 2.V !:Oav.-r.ws; sire.!, Dare :':-"- ! rzcz 1. by Ceo Wilkes 1519 2nd dam Duerm? but tlM fanult lias furiuslird mail) tired lit Mambrino King 1275. sore of rioted slmw ring winners as well as K including Lad) of the Manor 201 Dare Detil and Mambrin'o King, ltth third tiam Dotlrt by Nutwood re i Utni. champion show stallions of ocnl ZI8 and sire of 180 in i.ttl list. 4th Na'innal faim riceited more monet in dam Top.17 b) Strathuiore 408 sire of ! the show ring llun .01 v two stallions in W in .'t0 list Fifth dam Wilunl bt 'ihe vvoild I lie Warficld Albion, sixth Dam cd by I'Mwin I'or- - ' will make the seasot. est, 7th Lad) Turner by M iinbrmo of 1914 at our farm- - tin It It. King Chief II pUn mar Moreland, at $10 lo insure The Warfirhl is an extra high class j a livi toll Siason due when horse, not afraid of anything, a high , mare is sold or partrd with; iverv and as well brokiu as any horse e union taken hit not responsible for in and out of the stable, has a gooI jivilnit should ant iecur. grass can It furnished at $2 coat and carriage nice head and tail.' He is a sure trotter He stippul a per month THE WARFIELD rr .r Q ..' r -t Ssc-.t- r: hr 'm m Ik's-oji- prr-act- (,'d John Cook THE FINE JACK, TOLBERt the siiite place we will stand our fine, big jack Tolbert at $10 to insure Tolbert is three years old. 15 har.ds high. Mask with 'white rtoint-aii- d hue bone and vvcieht Tolbert is bv Pet ton and out uf C mmis v vth-i.nr t lim was tVMis,iii Moitu'mv "t t t ,lo jeon- -t 1 -- i. k Duddcrar's was ill mis iiii'ict sired s- - 'icorge Tarkington's ired l IV) ton's dam was .'ax'!isui jiek Sh oiks' nonet sired bt Huff Dudile-r.ir'-s first dam lo'iii i Is fore ' t BOSSEAU i m.ir rd'g tfitr 'v llngnoiia null" C. M. BACK & SONS, PHONE MORELAND, KENTUCKY HUSTONVILLE EXCHANGE. M-8 FOI SLI -- One Titintielli CenTREES tury r,raphohoiir, in perfect condiStrawtiirry plants, fruit and shade tion, four niuiutc atlaclmeut. fine sc trees, shrulis. rotes, asparagus, grape rhubarb, peonies, phlox, seed lection of records, four and two vines etc Lveothing for Orchard minute Great for out of door enter and garilin. b'ree catalogue No agents and a moving picture show 1841 H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons 1913 xIply to lock lox 19J, Stanford. K) Xurscrtmi'ti since 1841 s j .10.1 Lexington. Kentucky l--Tt ' ..i Our Best Offer! The Biggest Combination Bargain of Standard Publications Ever Offered Here Is The Offer : The Interior Journal The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Farm arid Fireside, Household Journal and Floral Life, monthly Poultry Husbandry, monthly 's Magazine, monthly semi-monthly To-Day- 1 1 1 1 1 1 year $1.00 year, $1.00 year .50 year .25 year .50 year .50 This Jersey Hull just received from helhy count) , Ky., and by Cha;. Ilright Imported bull Pansy" Sultan and a proven brieder that cost f merit. by the grand bull Sultan of prue on the Island in Oakland. lytJiJ. b"irt prize SwupMjkc breeders cup. Keicrve champion and firv. prixe bull ovir Jervevs in class for bull and progtny, 1907, also the highest price u'as paid for bun that any bull ever brought on the Island at public auction, lie descend Iiuct from champions, living Fox and Imported Fern Lace "shelbv Sultan is cut of a cow of W I. Scool'si breeding of Scoot' Station Sliclbvy count), K)., (one of Ke.Uuckv's licst Jcriey tiietO Coniiiig from the notid Smsa f.mil), that ha produced 'lim no mail) prize winning and high Yielding cows. His first dam is Miss isclu by .Scna's Hero bred liy V I. Sco't and bv Scuta' Pride, with 15 in list and Scuta his dam with a test of 21 pounds in 7 days and inheriting; the 'ictt blood of the Island direct from St llelia. Mutter King ami Torment. This ro)ally bred mid tuberculin tested young bull will make the prci-eseason at mv farm near Stanford, Kv , at $5(X) Money due v licit serprivilege Kiturii vice is rendered, granted. F. REID, $1) urt BLEUCHER Record 2.21 Trial 2 14 Half P.ioibcr to I.ula Vatts - 2 hands foaled 1906. Standard Kegisiered J-- l 46158 27 4 Trotter, tirown Vol. 18. ai. rv t- Maliion. alKiut 15 3-- 4 t trt sXS Urn OO Suint HriKjk Record iilo Sire Hilly lltirke 2.0J Shaw bay 2 07 -. Meadow llnmk .W J-- I97o9 t "( Ilnv.k- - 2.(W stf a 2 07 2:10. Cl.i.v.1 uc J. Zarrine Ladt llellbnHik i-- Dark Xighl 2iSP ure of 24, mc Sc.ireli- Iight Itrightligbt 2 08 Dark Wilk. 2 W Valpa 2.10 uc. Jiimv Chit (Ire.it bro d nure. Mok- isl2. 2 27 Sire of Ml; ilains of 65 Xooudnv lit St' Itlmo 275. (irrnt llriiod Mare. CI.1) 45. Sire of 4 dams of rO Norwood I'elle II) Xorwimd :22. I 2. i -'- si-It orke GQ -- Dam of Lata Watit (2) 2 27 Uleucher 2 29 tr 2;17; out of a half ister to Silent Ilrook 2:16 1.2 Ftrno 2 05 Native Itellc (.) 2 06 Silver Silk f4i 2 OH Monrico (3) 2.07 Susie N'. (.si 2(W etc. llittie Clay Half sister to Silent 2 04 .sire of Uremia x ' Ucni Lthil. !) i VAilL.i J I r.ar..n Wilkes 475H, JIK. etc. Sire of U hi Ham of Humps 2.0J Viiiuo.,,! HdUl" l.J ire of Carl Wilkes 204 lennv Chv Hane, Cla, 45. jJan, f siml riHlW 2 16 Kiddu Clay (4), 2.25 ite 1 Str.ttbtnore 4(W. 2. "JVVSV !-.-'' RrMf 9fy Lilly ut dam of Prue 2 21 Our Special Bargain Price (DO For All Six. Each One Year, ONLY We consider this the biggest and best bargain we have ever been able to offer our readers. Our own publication heads the list The other fU K have millions of reader and are too will known to need a further introduction. , Please remember our contract with the piibluhtrs is limited and this offer may be withdrawn at any tune. Take advantage now- while the opportunity is )ours and ou will not regret the investment If )ou are already a subscriber to ati) of the above your subscription will be extended one )car from time it expires. Call or mail all order to - P GOATS FOR SALE To ridiice my flock I have a few goats for tale To one who lias "hush" land they arc bitter than a grubbing hoe, more profitable and harijirr than sheep. Fearless of dogs and better than either sheep or cattle. browser To clear land, the) are invaluable Call m or address J II QUINSKNHMJKY. Mgr. Arabia, Lincoln county, Ky., 29-Uailroad station, South Fork 8 It has the only rial continuous THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, Stanford, Ky. This bid offer applies to old subscribers of the I. J. who send in renewals, as well as to new subscribers. The loouioo of our Uctoijr iiv ui lowtit frctiki bom mill, to Ucloiy. nd (om fc-lo-- v Sv mttj you. Oil hlltr Hit lo 1 u. door opening, Hoops made of tested steel, Hoop can be adjusted from lad. der front door frame. Door made of California Red. wood, "The Wood Eternal." fof Silmt Ilrook 19.709, 2 16 sire of Hilly Iliirkt- - 2 (U Meadow Ilrook 2 (C Sluwbay 2 07 Zarnne 2.07 ,M. llttty Ilrook 2 09 .Ir4; I'Znuna Ilrook. 2 09 Lady Itelbrook 210. llutler llnnik 2.10 SilMargant llatligate (4) 2 11 14 etc Sired iUm of Chatty Direct (4) 2.07 mt llrigadc (2) 2 10 etc His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Kiddie Clay 2.25 1 rue 2 21 I 2. and was grandim of Moko 24457, sire of Fircuo 205 (winner Keiituc'.) Futurity.) Urinda lrke f ) 2(W 4 (Fuimiit (Futu i.t v . icr.) (3V2:06 tt inner,) (5) 2.(U Xatite Utile (2) 2:07 4 (champion fillt) (3) 2.07 (4) 2.0V Manrico (Futurity winner. Silver Silk Susie X. (3) 209 4 (Futurity tt Inner) 10 Mobel. 2.10. Mochester 2.10 Gomoke 2 Momaster. 2 M Siliko (!) 2.11 (Futurity winner) etc Sired dams of the Harvetter 2.01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vltu (4) 2i.' Martha 'Iinton l 4i " tw I J ' ' O'Ncil (3) 2 13 Humps 2.031-4- . Ilaron ). 2.10, etc. etc. Urother to itliiicliir 46,158. recrtrd, trial uiiliTZH lulf m 00. latt ipiartcr in 32 ncomk is a haiidsonic heal brown horse, and will weigh 1111 pounds. He creailv roeumlot hit gMd sin Silmt JlriM.k and it out of Clato b) the great Futurii) trc Moko. A grand combination of two of. the lextrtuce lionc faiiiiliek of lint present dav Ik bruin a leal race horse hmistlf, liavipg lud very little training and most of that by anama teur It certainl) looks like Hui, liorse is of (jrajid Circuit caliber, and if givtu lulf a chance lie will win his share of the money sure. of mad hirc. g.od gaitul with perfect manners .wears no IILLTCHKK. is a pcrffft PC weights. He has an undefeated record in the Stallion Koad Class for 1913, ami is concidcd 1,(,. or i.v good judges to be .tlie best road horse out this tear. is a good opportunity for Garrard mid adjoining counlic to breed Ibis Into the best families of trotting IiIimmI Look-- this horse' breeding ovir and cc bow nuny they have In tie list boili tires and darn the Th's great trotting stallion will make ihv. seasjn of 1914 at my stable in Ijincater, Kcnttiik), at 2, 3-3-4, 2 3-3--4, 3-1 i V am prepared to take care of pure on grass at 10c per da) Lien retained on colts for service fie Monrv due when mare it traded or parted with. Care taken to prctint accidents but not responsible idiould any 'occur I $20.00 To Insure a Living Colt. tu-d- y LOUISVILLE r.(LUM. Lw,PO"Ud, piuo. ttIo anilfJ SM.O AND W. B. BURTON, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY TELEPHONE NO. 95 k ' TAhK CO. IWMilN rvn ;K-st- ,t M-- " y . ,"-?-V- -' '. . . t4,4Tl-iWvrHS?Bl,w?'3ffy-- - '"!. .ti!i, I "i Vrf Vf THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Engagement Announced Herald had tills announcement of interest licrc, as tlic lirulc-eltc- t formerly lived cry dose to Lincoln and lias many friend here. '1 he announcement of the engagement iif Mitt Marjoric Otter to Mr Julian Dale, which it made thin niornuiK will he rcccurd with interest hy the mem licrj of the otinner net of which Miss Oiter and Mr U.ilc arc cry popular incinlicrs. The exact date for the wed-itilias not In en set, lint it will take lilac in the early summer Mis Otter is the daughter of Mr and Mrs James II Oder, now of D.iimlle, hut former ly of Louisville Slic may he regarded as a IjmiiswIIc girl, as she spends a piod pirt of her time hoc with lies .She is the aunt, Mr. Kuta Wcrne niece of Mr William I Otter and Mr John J Otter and is a beautiful and talented girl with many dexoted friends, Mr Pale since graduating from Princeton several years ago has made Ins dome in the Last, limiting his time fur the most part between Washington and Princeton. After tin ir marriage the )ouiik people will nuke their home m thr Fast 1 lie Loititwllc STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, APRIt 17, 1914 BEAUTIFUL EASTER PROGRAM ROYAL BAKIMO POWDER mS99wf9mmnnWwjf SrIMPQ , fa Many mixtures arc offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same In composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. te le Royal Baking Powder is made from pure, drape Cream of Tartar. No alum, lime or acid phosphates. Thompson Alexander Colonel John It. Th'iiipon, of Har rods, has announced the engagement of hi niece, Martha Montgomery Thompson, to Mr Lout Mcxandcr of Lexington NEAL'S CHEEK Withers, of Stanford. Mrs l"ar spent Saturday with Mr and Mrt. I" Mr J. , Smith, of Somerset was the recent guest of Mist Kathcrmc F Anderson. Mi. I.clia II. Cook was the guest of Mrs Joe Sallic at Harrodsburg this week. Miss Florence Carter hat been confined to her room for several days on account of illness. Mrt. Logan McCall and Miss Mattie Lee Hubble, went to Louisville this morning for the day Mis Susan t'ishcr Woods is visiting her sitter, Mrs. Saiifcrd M Allen, at MillcMitirg Mr and Mrt L. P. Ilird are visiting relatives and friends at New Albauv, Ititl PKKSONAL and SOCIAL Miss Msa Hriiinng spent Sunday in ,N 'I em Mistet Cletter and Annie Kirk, of Matnr A. ii Florence was in Slielliy-ill- c Cincinnati with relatives and friends. Judge J. V Alcorn wcn to Livings-tuMason's dap, was out to sie Miss this week on business. legal business. Friday Catherine lleuder Mr. W T. West, of Lancaster, is The aged on Mrt Robert Uamey and little daughMrs Susan T Harris it the guest of Mr W II O'llannun gradual!) growing weaker at her home ter. Nancv Catherine, spent batmda) T M. Lads of Monticello, has gone in Hie country villi her brother, L N. Terry. to Louisville for an operation. Among thoe who spent Laslcr with W T Tucker is out after being con. IL V Palmer lus returned after a fined for about a wick Miss 0 I'armer were. Mrs. A M at home with a (irmies. and children. Miss Catherine uit with A,hit sister,of Mrs. J W West. rheumatic attack Hair) Koah bUidmoie, Jones, Dr K Cincinnati, visit Mcssrt Alga Weddlc. Dunn San llcldeii, Mr (jturge Ka.mer, Mibsci '.thel ed his parents, Dr. and Mrs J T Jones didge, Oliver Fads, of the West Lnd, and Itcssic llrackrtt, Miss b)lvia h'ar the first of the week Columbia N'ews. were m Colutubi i last week. mer, Mr Alex Denny and Mrs. Mattie Mr and Mrs. W II. Worthani, of Kev. J (.. Livingston filled his reDuncan, of Lancaster, were the guests C'otbiu. are the guests of her parents, gular appointment at Sauflc) Sunday. of Miss llelle Denny Widncsdaj. Mr and Mrt J V Cover Mrs jriic Hiitelimson and Osa FarMm W G. Smith and Miss Knuna Mrt J i Outl(') hat returned aft- mer were m Stanford Frida). llavs went to Lexington Wednesday to er a visit to rclativis and friends at A large crowd attended church at tee "Joseph and Hit Urethral" her old home in Franklin Sauiley Sunday night n Mrs Ii. M Green, of Danville, came with Or lireen, who is attending the Presbytery She is visiting Mrs d I) Hopper iftti ...MC flint, .Mrtri I.OIS Claim Mr Tom Fads of McKimicv, spent jiun.lj) at J, II I'ails' near Huston-ville- . 1 Capt T A I Iktn and Miss Sallie I'lkin, of Lancaster, were here Thursday The latter will leave soon for California to make an extended trip Mist Lula I'!ads, of Hustonville, ha accepted a position in the milliner) department, with her cousin, Mrs J II Lads, near Lexington Mr and Mrs leiclunl Scudder, Mr a'lil .Mrj. Ii. J T.vincr and daughter, n Mist Ktith of McKinney, were in on Wrdrc'ilay to sec "Joseph ami Hit Brethren" Mr and Mrs. William Severance motored to Shelhyville Wednesday to visit her mother. Mrs Pickett, who has been here with her and returned home with thrni Mrt, I. S llaughnnn and daughter. F.ddie Ilrucc Ilaiighman, Mrs Will llatigliinaii. Mrs J W Clark- - and mother Mrs. Milvve, wtnt to Lexmutoii on Wednenlay to sec "Joseph aid His llretluc i " Mr .vid Mrs John Dimuddir, Mrt M U Lipps, Mr Fd Carpenter, Miss Lena Johnson and Walter Moser, of Murcland, attended the dedicatory exercises of the Christian church at Dan. villc Sunday last I L. West, who has lieen employed by the .. K N. railroad at Richmond is pc tiding a few davt with his parents, Mr and Mrs J W West He will leave Tuesday for Itirminglum. where he expects to locate Lex-ingto- Mr. H. I rfartm,of leowland, was Mrt. J N. Saunders and mother, Mrs, J. W Alcorn, are in Lexington out to set Henry Kitts Sunday. good erowd left tins place Mon-da- v today tor count) court at Stanford. Misk Ruth oung, of Lawrence burg, Mr. and Mrs. Tavlor Roberts spent who has Ikiii tie guest of Mise Mary V K and Sallic llurdettc returned home on Sunday with Mr and Mrt. isaincs Thursday Miss Fttl Luster was down to see LINCOLN GIRL WEDS IN WEST Miss Chloc Farmer this week. Mrs F.dmund Ilailey and little sejn Pari, spent the day with Mrs. W. R Mist Winnie Davis Bibb Married to Dattghert last week. Mr. Spivey in Oklahoma Mit I ffie Farmer spent Tuesdaj light with little Miss Thclma Hutchin on The Oklahoma Newt ipvct the tol lowing account of a wedding last week, Mrs Ross Luster has been on the wlin.li it of much interest to the host of Mck list this week I ffie Farmer and Thclma Hutfriends of the bride back here at her Id Kentuik) home all of whom will chinson were at Saufley Saturday. Mrs F L Terrv ient Faster with md heartiest congratulations and her mother, Mrs I'ppirson, at High wisher beautiful home wedding took place 'and 'umlav, 1ih rilm tilnv itinni' uliir!: home ot Mr and Mrt William Ran YOSEMITE Iriljili Dcnliam, when their daughter has been ap Frneist Winfrc), Mm Winnie Dtvis llihh, was united in iHiinted postmaster who Dunuville, tins at with Mr John Carr Spivev imrnaRe count), is a son of J. A Winfrey, tht t 5 oVIock. to the strains of Mendel partly rais ssoluis w cildtng march plaved ! Mu telephone magnate, ami wassaid He it to be a td in Middlchurg I'elle Dcnhitu, the bride ami groom splendid young man and the patrons ol tlcsi ended the stairs, preceded lv the pleased maid of honor. Mist Marguerite llibb, tlic office are said to be well .villi the appointment. sister of the bride, and the best man, Faster took tunc In the foreloek ano Mr I ilwiu Dinwiddie The ccremnii) several days before time was performed b) the Rev J L Ditch, got its work was frozen The ground to the depth ol the I'rcsbvteriati ring nervicc being used at hast two inches here 1 hursda) The briilc was attired in a beautiful fires were as Frrnch gown of white silk crepe over morning and inroaring inter. The ardoi mnl-v- v necessar) at film with triiunung of lace ami real of earl) gardeners was cooled almo:.-torange blosoms and carried a white the freezing (Mint, and a chilly sen satin praver liemk with a shower e'ommuuity pervaded of orange Mnssoins The maul of satloii announcedthe whole It it that Governor Mc honor was chariniiig in a light blue Creary will establish hit headquarters cripe dc thine with trimmings of old at Frankfurt. It strikes us that Frank After the fort rose Miint and seed pearl is the place for Jitnmic to make his ccrrmnny the cuets assembled in ng rixvm where refreshmentt were Headquarters, and it it to be hoped that he will remain at headquarters, an Mr Snivev is a former student Iteinl to business of eikl.dioma hiyh school Mr Spivej was elsetcdthelleckham for which h going to Ik is eiuplovid b the Western Klectne elected United States isSenator, and cor.ip.mv of this cit) Tliev will be at do McCrear) might a well take i home after Miy 1. at 1112 Fast 18 in, i smoke' it in his pipe, ifrst as last One of the prisonert in the Libert Piominrnt Russell Man 111 jail, escaped one night last li C Rosprmug out the bars of a window There Hammonds, one of Mr II cuiintv's best cilircns, whose home were either prisoners in jail at the mm si mil when asked why the) did not go, is at Russell Springs, was here Monday, eu route to Louitvillc, to consult replud that the) were afraid they He was accompanied by would not get any breakfast next morn n specialist his local physician, Dr John D. Com-be- ing M Delia North, of Mt. Salem, atMr Hammonds hat been afflicted about six months Columbia Newt, tended servicet at the Itaptist church Sunday and took dinner with Mrs F lies gd Iki-qn- ct the-el- srrd we-e- st u vm tmikkmL" ALMLkLafl hv warn Lk kkw the PAINT fine enough to get into Suchempty paint anchors to the wood. holds on until it wears out, keeps the weather away from the wood and protects you from repair bills. Paint made of .) and Anchor White Lead (Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark) Its oil docs all that. beauty lasting and prcservinc will add to the money value of your place. Tint it linseed pure any color. JZ. WjLa v aiiytbuvg it colls tot. Our Owner' Paintinic Guide will help you wilh the color rhemo for our house. We can supply you lib iHhJdH I&l mW B The sight of a democratic iRMinastcr at Middlchurg is rare, but one can be seen there now William Cullm llr).int took charge of L'ncle Sim's business there last week, and democrats have been crowding his store to take a look-i-t him Itillv is one- - of the cleverest of leliows, and the job could not have tone to a better nnn Harvey Helm 'ia made good in the endorsement of Mr Hr).int. and he can rest assured that his interests will be carefully guarded here against bolters and renc gades that have threatened to knife him ii. hit next race W. P Weslev the re tiring postmaster, is a clever Christian gentleman, and has been efficient in the handling of the mail, but the time which had been long delated hail come t r a elnnge and he had to succumb to he inevitable, which he did with dignitv Mr, Urvaut will keep the office in hit store and Mrs. Ilry nu will be hit assistant The announcement that Clias Fuilei will likely be a candidate for congress in the I leventh is not at all surprising The whole t. tint conspired to "ssassination of Gin Goebel will want o go to congress and it is a pity that he whole dirtv eirowil from Chat, Finley to Harlan Wlntiker einnot be grouped and sent together Hut the people of Washington might see crowd that hive disgraced the sitc if Kentucky We pity the democrats and decent republicans that live in the rievinth and but for them it would matter hut little who represents the district in Congress, lay-oulion-incr) I. loius. Minneapolis It a city where they do thing. Stimulated by a vigorous Crab Orchard April 17. climate, surrounded by a fertile Kev Reigers, of the llaptist clutrcn, country, peopled by the bent blood preicucit a spiciiiiiit I'.nster sermon on of the over crowded east. It la a city False" toe insurrection ol our Lord, Sunda) the of huitle, of great achievements I lie e .nrcli was decorated with luvei) conceived and wrought out. floiver tor the occasion, and u large Mr. Taylor, of Minneapolis Minn , ;aT5 Irue crown was present, a beautiful ipiar of this aaXv , tel, nclp Mc to be Holy , wat splcn BaaaaaaaBtK lllafci jcoHarew Is one man. Asort of men A newsBaaaaaaalBrasW&. paper political worker. An dully rindertd by Messrs. Wood I'ct HKtK Englishman by birth. He has been 'err rof, Lovclt and Cloud and Wit "SmMImi and SMtavtf" In this country nineteen years. He ham lliotupson At J 1' M Mrs, Oeo CRANNY METCALn. has resided In the northwest, WinStephenson, who has charge of the nipeg, Fargo, and for the last ten CWM or H hit em Sunbeam order of the church, gave an ef roUi, ercuri, rtitln years In Minneapolis. Mull I1c hirUnj ISrMI Ironblra (entertainment by her class of little ones Utla la Boots mad Smoertb vllh , vtltis.li Mr. Taylor Is a friend of Permis, h was most entertaining, and nnd does not conceal his friendship. ones acquitted themselves splendid-Dr. 1) ami each deserves an especial men He Is thoroughly enthused with the ET belief that Pcruna Is a great remedy. tloil if we had space. songs He has a right to feci so. For several .Hid Dialogues, eaeli pertaining to r.as-ttrt a toMt-- n4 It tor- - " years he suffered with dyspepsia. rrrbotfyln Iho fimilffrlf ttl OTfr were splendidly recited Miss TanII. Koolk gmooeM and It otra I in This caused him to have very bad ner Tliemipson, the blind daughter, of Kattrr, Mr Robert Thompson, sang beautifulhealth. Tl'W otfl ot BW ntivt hit ly, and touclungly, "The Resurrection," l!l ra It. Newspaper advertisements would M4 a tJcluro d Orua,' too. which was very appropriate to the oc never have Influenced him to take At AH Dnx Sttna, tStv, BOtw flaw casion After the entertainment at the Peruna. It was friends that perchurch the little tots went for mi run suaded him to try the remedy. In Bell M "Tell 11 hunt in the lawn at Mr (hadwick's less than a week he needed no more l home, and old and persuasion. young watched He saw that Peruna 'their delight at finding the bcautiftill) was dolnc him cood. He Is nhle to colored I aster eggs Mrs Stephenson MR. E. M, TAYLOR, say In a letter to the Peruna Corn- No. 250 Nicollet St., Minneapolis, Minn, puny, Columbus, Ohio: "as assisted in the Sunbeam In Memory of Elliabeth B. Pence "To-da- y il,lcm ''.v M I am In excellent health. Never felt better in my life. T am Rcmld". and Elizabeth Hatignniaii Pence, daughter (lWclllujn Humphrey and Ui glad of this opportunity to say something to alt men or women who suffer Mel-i- f Mrs, M S Ilaughtnati. waj,,a,a c Iiatlvt iik. Mr and from dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I consider Peruna o, great remedy. Itorn in Stanford, hy, Dec. H, low t. It Is a godsend." d of the llaptist cluirel. J'T.fV r Mie wit ttn.tcd in marriage to Adam A new book ot Interest to all, sick or well, sent free by the Peruna CBIt? l" ' ,l,r Fence Nov I. lVIII. To this union were "'. ""i" Company. .rl'lan i'""'f, ",' !fV,,,M,"c 'T "' iKim two children, Peach) Margaret arc aliout 8(1 and E T Junior At the age of tlur- - , 5!:tcrchildren in the home, teen hc united with the Christian '" Hid discount until July first on all HERE IS WHAT YUU WANT church, and wat ever true and lovall Mr. John Dellordc e'aught two fine diamond rings and brooches with more to her faith, until the Lord called her 'h in Div river tint week, one meat- ilnii one diamond. W II. Mueller. home March 9, I'JM. During her long tiled sixteen inches and the other fif The People's Market Place Adver-Yo- u illncst she wa always patient and con tetn inches Who can beat this' I'OU RP.NT. An cottage We were misinformed about the death Use What Have to Sell siderate ol those who so undcrly minUimlv to Mrs George Givcns Phone istered unto her every desire Just at of old Uncle Sam Pleasants He is the happiest and twectett hour of the very much alive, but was apparently HAVL J. W Stewart to paint your dav this beautiful voting mother fell dead several hours last week. into the elreamle'ss sleep and her star SODA fountain iv now open for the Many of our residents have planted ' roof. He will charge you 20 cents a tank back to the hortron before it had gardens, but it still remains cold. summer with ice cream and all ice s(iiarc appeared at its zenith Hut it was only drinks. Penny's Drug Store. Mrs. Stegcr is doing to thine more brightly in the dawn of Jones, her physician, nicely, and Dr. has pronounced Insure vour orooeitv with Bromlev the new da), in a larger and broader her out of danger. WlilTL me, telephone me, come and field of and devotion. see mc about your house, carriages, Mr Frank Brooks, of Hrodhead, is & Bromlrv. Stanford. Kv. As a guardian angel she will ever and automobile painting. Paper hanging keep loving watch over the little ones with lus daughter. Mrs. Daisy Hunt Shop on West Main street Mr Wnril Mrwsrp nf t miicifllo Ii, ' FOR SALF- - Victiola at a liargain. t specialty entrusted to the care of stieh tender J. J? s condition, 1 elephonc in residence, No 3nd Jn hand, and the memory of her unsel- been visiting his mother Mrs. Laura oak '" making splendid music owner wishes Ucldcn. Stanford, Ky. Moore. fish life will ever lie a sweet inspiration to those left behind to so live, that Mist Anna P.vans, of Alabama, re - to purchase a larger one. Apply this Friday Night at Opera House whm the summons comet to them that turned home after a pleasant visit to office 30-t- f d thev may meet her in the many Miss Anna Hronaugh. "The Tiiket of Leave Man Dragon" house. In two reels Miss Kathcrine Rronaugh left for CenFOR SALE. One Twentieth "Mutual Weekly" Lexington last vveek after a lengthy "Sister thou wast mild and lovely, Current Events stay with her parents, Col and Mrs tury Graphophone, in perfect condiGentle at the summer brccie. Saturday Night K II ISronaugh. tion, four minute attachment, fine sePleasant at the air of evening. Kay Bee. "Banrai" and two Mrs. Charles Iluchanan, of Louis- lection of records, four When it floats among the trees." In two reels. ville, is with his mother, for a few minute. Great for interesting story of Japan. Intensel) day s. "Dearest sister thou hast left us. mwl n mnvlner tiicttire show. licau's Removal".... Kev stone Mr Forest Foley spent Sunday with Apply to lock box 193, Stanford. Ky. Here thy loss we dccpl) feel, Featuring Fred Mace and Mabel Ins pircnts here returning to Somerset 'tit 'tis f huI tint hath bereft us, JU-- J N'orinaud. .Monday. He can all our soirows heal" Misses Mae and Stella Campbell, ol " et again we hope to meet thee. Danville, are with Mrs. Maud Camp-i- l is fled. When the day of life Thin in Heaven with joj to greet thee. Mr Montez Fish entertained a select Where no farewell tear is shed" crowd at Kook Monday night. A FRII'XD Mr. James Rogers exchanged h: projerty near the depot, with Mrs. PARKSVILLE of the Milling Companv. for a llronn. John M Helm lost a valuable brood farm in Pulaski and will move some BottleJfoi tune soon. ' foaling latt week iiiare in boueht a nice calf of Mr and Mrs James Havs. Jr. have John lames Johnson for $J0. taken rooms with Mrs Walker. ti Carter of Lebanon, was with Mr Wood Pcjcrs has returned from ricmls in tint nlace last Sunday. visit to relatives in Indiana. Miss ula Mav, who has been ill for t evcral ila)s, has entirely recovered 9 J?tiSJ'!L cai& .J, S. S. Caldwell, of Atoka, was in this IMPORTANT TO ALL WOMEN (lace last Siiilda) mingling with old READERS OF THIS PAPER friends. thousands of womMrs Isaac Xoe. of Rolling Fork en Thousands upon bladder trouble and h:.vc kidney or omniuntt) is the guest ot Mr. and lever suspect it. Mrs. John A. Holl.ui. complaints often prove to Mr and Mrs John J. Cozatt spent t,e Women's else but kidney troubles, or nulling .he week-en- d with Henr) T Gartin the result of kidney or bladder disease. uul wife at llradfordsvillc. If the ktilncys are not in a health) I). R Moore, of Lincoln count), spent ast week with Mr. and Mrs. John M. condition, they may cause the other organs to become diseased. Heiin at llrumfield You may suffer a great deal with Quite a number from this town and I'ownfeel ' pain in the back, bearing ambition oiuuiuniiv attc.idcd the dedication and 'e i'ev C'hrisit.iii church in Danville ngt. headache makeslost of nervous, ir you i oor health as' Sumhv it Master Ldgar Minor, son of Prof ntable and mav be despondent; md Mrs J D Minor, has been serious-'- y makes any one so. But hundreds of women claim that ill for several da)s He is suffering b) restorDr. Kilmers Swamp-Roo'roin !ii attack of the grip. t A.m W$JlWG4''t-TmtI ing health to the kiduevs, proved to lie Misses Louise Clcland and Margaret just the remedy needed to overcome Overstrcet have returned trom a visit to Misses iviau. lma and ula .May such conditions. A good kidney medicine, possessing in the Fast Fnd of the county Mrs Clarence II Hockcr, "and little real healing and curative value, should laughter, niinche. of Pincville. arriv- be a blessing to thousands of nervous, d women. ed last Sunday afternoon and are with Many send for a sample bottle to Mr i locker's pircnts. Swamp-Roo- t, the great KidThe residence of Henry Abbott was sec what b) fire lat Fridav morning ney. Liver and ISladdcr Remedy will Tlic house caught Ironi a defective do for them. Every reader of this pachimney, practically all the contents per, who has not already tried it, bv were consumed There was no insur-inc- enclosing ten cents to Dr Kilmer & Mr bbott is the son of Mr Co, Ititighamton, X. Y., mav receive WORKS WONDERS ind Mrs J M Mitatt. The house was sample size bottle by Parcel Post Yem and inlv recently erected, the loss falls can purchase the regular fifty-cesize bottles at all drug beavilv. and there is much S)mpath) stoies for the family I Enjoyed By Mtny at Crab Orchard Baptist Cnurch Last Sunday A BUSINESS MAN OF MINNEAPOLIS 5 lflHflMf bjIH e the 1ailllllllK.: ' - 1 lit-'t- Bell. 1 PINE-TA1-H0N- e. J"t tfJU I !'"te 31-- tf 27-4- ft 31-- 1 J first-clas- 6-- R 29-t- f. , man-tione- entcr-tintnr- nt -- As full of good points an eg f is luuoinieat 'ALmJ& -- zLiration n urtlZrJVdf Mix t, and let us show yon the A .Xsaaa AUlUIiMliLsKCMJ up Con le in Pence & Hill, Stanford, Ky. over-worke- e. ) one-doll- J I Give Comfort to Stout Persons good whole nut cathartic that has a stimulating effect on the stomach, net and bowels is Foley Cathartic Tablets. Thoroughly cleansing in thev keep you regular with no ripinc and no unpleasant after cf- 'ecis They remove that gassy distend-- d fcthnp so uncomfortable to stout For sale by all druggists. icrsons ac-io- u. "" .- - BB"M"MaBB" PAINTING TIME IS HERE HOUSE PAINT FOR INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. VARNISH IN ALL COLORS, AND BRUSHES TO PUT IT ON, AT One of Aycr's Pills at bedtime Just one. Acts on the liver. Cently laxative. All vegetable. Sole for tiU Ask Your Doctor. i.'.nuVS: Sugar-coate- Bilious? year. TO THE PUBLIC Ctestwood, Shelby County The fanners are already bus) pre paring to plant com. A lot of worthless dogs visited J 1) tads' sheep a few nights ago for the itth tunc this season killing five ewes and sewn lambs and gnatl) damaging the rcst of the flock The neighbors have estimated the damage to Mr. Lads flock at $304 50 Mrs. W M. Ilrown and Miss Ilertie Lads were shopping in .Shelhyville Moudav J. D. Hads attended court at Shel hyville Monday Mr C R. Collins, the gentleman whom Mr J I) Fads bought out in Slulbv countv has iust recovered from a case of pneumonia and his wife died Sunday evening; at 5 30 o'clock from the same disease The Lincohlites of Shelby arc well ind injo)ing these nice davt. BEE LICK . Eastct has conic and gone and the cold snap has killed most all of the fruit. Mrs. David Proctor still remains in bad health. Aunt J. Todd has been very sick hut it better at this writing. Mrs. Mary Drown is able to be out again Mrs. W. E Taylor has been on the Mil: list Mr. John Cash has moved to lus new farm which lie purchased from Jim M, Tavlor has been carrying the mail lor v E Taylor for the last lew davs. Mr. filbert Elder will move in hit new dwelling the first of the week. Mr C Ci. Proctor left a few davs ago for Louisville. Mr. R. M. Reynolds has left for low.i Morris Taylor visited , his brother. lt.ii.L- lliiolt ..At. units Priuttf a fmp t.ti.li. ' .uvn ivn ti.iiiuja tiiifcii, iiiui ago. Mr. S O. Proctor ate 12 eggs last I'atter morning We hope he will live and do well Mr Walter Scott was called to tee lus mother. They have the measlis. Dr II. H. Isaacs and family visited Estil Price Sunday last. M the House that needs Refinishing An old piece of furniture you hate to part with, "worn floors or scratched doors, and as you look about you'll find infinite uses for Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC. I I TkU coaablned Stain and Varnish is made for beautify Ing your bom. You can easily apply It on any kind of wood. On coat works wonders on anything that seeds reflnUnlng. Try Pee Gee it's In- to-da- y, expensive and assures best results always. comet in 11 Natural Pet Gee Wood odors. White, Cold and Silver EnamtL C I Manufacturers PEASLEEGAULBERT CO., Incorporated Louisville, Ky. f Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard, Ky. LL SANDERS, Crab Orchard. iccting the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give mi! vout order 1 will promise you You will get the worth 4 square deal of your money, eitjier in the cheaper grades or the higher priced. My spring line of samples are now ready for )our inspection. Call and let me show you. I represent the largest and best made-lo-oriclothing house in this coini-irv-h- d V Price S. Co, Chicago. 111. My experience in measuring and di is the source of most sickness because druaaed pills, syrups and alcoholic mixtures are uncertain and unsafe. Scott's Emulsion has been relied upon by physicians for forty years as the safe and sensible remedy to suppress the cold and build up the sconiMM Hrvr enfeebled forces to avert throat and lung troubles. Don't tolerate alcoholic tubatitutei, but insist en the mtttttmm Sdmtl'm mijJsief. One bottle usually taste tonger than a cola, tvery druggist has it. UTS """"""No ff.A Carelessly Treated Cold FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY i k-- ,1 "Opportunity count seeks the man with ready Prepare for hit money. coming by opening an ac- at this strong Bank." an TODAY ifr flm&mmimmm "'""' , wifci.t fc" .tlMxrOn'o m'" THB INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, I9H EUBANKS See H. C. Bright or Allen Hieatt, of Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co., to get our Fertilizers. BEWARE OF VILE IMITATIONS AND MISREPRESENTATIONS But few people know that one fertltiter may do good and another harm to the tobacco crop. A large percent ot the fertillers now being sold In the burley belt, are sold by agents who claim that their fertilizer! are the same or as good as ours, and they are recommended by the State Department, which is not a true. Their formula for coods are not the same analysis, and we feel sure that the State Department would not advise back-c- J us and then recommend another entirely different. We sell the Champion Tobacco Grower a fertlllitr 2 per cent Ammonia, 3 by our reputation with our name on the back of the card. The analysis is rer cent. Phosphate, and 10 per cent of Potash, the largest peicenlage of potash for the money. We refer to H C. Curtis, Stite Chemist, who devised our formula tor Burley tobacco, and who says a large part of the fertiliiers now being sold are doing more harm than good to the tobacco crops. of Agriculture, We also refer to B. F. Scherffius, Tobacco Expert of the United States Department who used ours and says is is the proper formula for Burlev Tobacco. Pat Sharkey of Fayette County tried several brands last year, and says it will pay any man to use it, as it will add growth and color to the tobacco, and money to his pocket. Says he is sure to use it. W. S. Jones, of Fayette County says his average on 12,000 poundi was $3.30 a hundred more than on the other part of the crop. Tom Marshall of Bourbon County got $75 per acre more for the part of the crop on which he used our JcrtllUeN jo g w Sandu,ky, of Keen, Ky, also to Clay & Klrkpatrick, of Mt. Sterling who tried it it on HO acres last year and think it will pay on any land, and expect to use made a big yieldthis year. fine prices. and got English Anderson used It on overtoo acres last year, use- - it. You can phone W. D. VfnlU ui CliAs. Gentry, of TsystU or ssyese else "hs 1 W Duncan, of Jessamine countv nude 1900 pounds per acre which he sold at an average of $17.00. Mr N H Witherspoon a banker at Winchester used it on his tobacco crop, got a fine yield, and good price Slnre then he and W. R. Sphar have bought 22 tons for their wheat crops 1621 W R Spahr, Cashier of Bank at Winhcester, used it on 30 acres, mostly timolhy sod, made pounds to the acre, which sold for jn average ot $15.23. He only used 20 pounds to the acre, drilling it in Moore on 17 acres made 1690 pounds and made an average of $15 25. He used 200 pounds to the acre, part of It drilled in the row. and the other part beside the row after the crop was planted. ferti-lit.- r, of Scott Counlv, says he made 250 pounds more per acre where he used the W C Wiegincton an'd it stood the drouth much tetter than the other. Says It is only fertilizer he would be willing to re- - aa th7 rannot rrarh tba br Inral (pplk-allnna- , rtWawd portion of thr-- rar. Toer la rmlr ona wax tnmradrarnna, atM that l b rmatllntlnii UrafnwM la taiiMst ttr an IntlatnM al rnnillllon f Ik tnnmna lining of lh" Knatarhltn Tub. Worn thla tnna la InKamnl Too hat a rnmblliif round or lntrfrtt hrarlaf, an.l wbm ft la rntlrtlr rlnacl Itrafnraa la thr. rratilf, an.t nnlrai thr inflammation ran b takrn out and thla tnr tratnmt to Its normal romlltlroi, bear-lwill br-- rlratrnrnl fprrftri nlnr raws ont of trn arr canard br Catarrh, whlrh la nothing bnt an lnffror-- rnndltlon of thr mnrotia anrrarra. will slrr One Ittindrrd linllara for anr ra Ironard lr ratarrhl that rannot bo of Dratnr-mm! br llall'a I'alarrh Oirr. Krnd for rlrru r, J. riir.NKt A CO., Toledo, O. DefMM Cannot Be Cured "' '"' CoM Take llall'a l"aDjllr I'llH for coniltpatkia. br lirmslita. 7.V BIG WASTE IN HOG FEEDING Who Says Commissioner of Axriculture Estimates SSJDOO.OOO Loss in Kentucky rZC countywrites us: "I used 350 pounds to the acre broadcast, and raised land. Have used several kinds, but yours is the best as it gives tobacco a nicer finish and better color than anything I have ever tried, and makes It ten days earlier. K ng Todd, of Montgomery county, aeraged $14.00 for about 16 thousand pounds, his neighbor on land less tobacco to the acre. just over the fence averared $S.O0 and made A raver on the Mt. Sterling market says he could walk over the warehouse floor and tell the crops that by the color and texture of the tobacco. used our As to the best methods of using this fertiliser on your tobacco land will say that we think best to sow broadcast and cut it in with a die harrow, or drill it in with a fertilizer or wheat drill as it about 4xi is best to put It down three or four inches In the ground. But if you do not wish to use so much you can row before planting and more on both sides of the row after planting, in this case 250 lbs. drill tome in would b- - sufficient to make a good crop. But we prefer to sow broadcast as you can get ell the money back on the wheat or ny other crops following tobacco. We are confident it will pay you as it will make an earlier and brighter crop on any land new or old, rich or poor and you need not continue to break up so much blue grass sod, as you can make as fine tobacco on corn ground. crops. Our which or We can also famish you the best fertilizer for corn we sell for $28 cash v ill greatly increase your yield. Yours truly, a CUn T WMonlioynofS'Monteomery on very ordinary niio crop one-four- th po-a- ds tl-- .,.,.,. SILAS SHELBURNE. Shelburne's Tobacco Fertilizer THE FERTILIZER BACKER BY OUR REPUTATION. Pale Children Ayer's Sanaparllla helps nature to mike i Mi, led blood. Nu alcohol. Send in a on the next C MX and of harness dollar and get jour name honor roll. see my stock of all kinds It will pav ou. 1. C Mc-aa- rj Sold Ask Your Doctor. for 60 years. Airr Co., J. O. IOWCII. AllM FARM AND STOCK NEWS I T Wliecldon, of Eubank, bought from Nat lone, of Flojd, a good milk-cofor $55 It. I. Howard, of Eubank, bought a saddle horse from W. F. I'ruitt for $100. YOU will find the liest oiU, greases etc., at J. .C McClari's Harness Store FOR SALE. Two wool clipping machines. A. W. Carpenter, Morelund, AVE will in the future, rcccie wool, only at the depot in Stanford, and only on the first three dajs of each week. J. D. Eads and Son, wool bujers. 30-FOR SALE. Full blooded ) ear-ol- d Jersey bull, a nice otic and of tin Ur Bailey and Dr. Rcid stock. J. O. Spratt 30-R. D. 1. Stanford. Ky. TO THE FARMERS. We are in the firm wool business for the of Springfield Woolen Mill Compan.v, of Springfield, Tenn., and will pay highest prices for same, We want vour trade See us before jou sell. J. D. Eads & Son, Alfred. Stanford, K. ATTENTION FARM ERS.-Clu- riie nnd Xevin Carter are )iii)ing wool for firm of Isaac Kocn-bauthe & Sons, of Louisville They will buy jour wool now or will pay jou the mark'et p'ricc at shearing time. Ilicj will receive the wool at the tobacco warehouse hack of llauglimaii's mill Ihcj will give jou a square deal At present they are aing - cents tor wool without burrs and tags. See tliem before jou sell. 312 6 2 well-know- n well-know- n m DEFECTS? gores. busks. SCALDS. ECZEMA Got Any ciurrtD HAXDS AXDUPS.TETTU. BRUISES. Do ran mUraraml pooa S3C r ! I at DM. Antiseptic Salve It I mow walto mt anew pura-a- r,d ! jour Saaaa'l ao Um work, Mi tohatlut BaStaoiukta w too OTOTV WW MXi.l If t ) "Toll It kV T If It back. Tha Boll" Tom I'cnce sold a nice nine- - ear-ol- d road mare to .1. M Tarkinglon Monday for $190. He also sold a Shetland ponj to Mrs. J. C. Kubanks for $115. K E. Morelamt. of Lexington, formerly, of Stanford, has purchased from Senator J. V. Uailcy, of Texas, the latter's training stable near the KenAssociation's tucky Horse Breeders' Mr Moreland gioiuuls at Lexington. will use th' stable for his saddle and harness horses The chicken industry is a very important one in Adair count). The News sas the Grmstead I'ottltry Co.. of that place paid out, las: week, $4,553 for chickens' eggs, etc Adding to this the luiiiic in adjoining counties paid out .sums, the total summing ine la'gest check paid to one nun hj the house here was $1,400.4-1- . George I HWIi a draft stallion. Hur. that will make the season of lyj-at my place on tne rotiicrct pir.e al $10 to insure. Will also stand one of the hest mule jacks in Kentucky at $lli to insure. Enrupie will also make the siason at the sime place at $10 a month He is the finest little Shetland in the state and has won oerthcm all M S iSaughman, Stanford, Ky 'Hie sale to the President of Cuh.i of Hazel iJ.iwn, which won the Com stakes for imssioner of Agriculture saddle hore at the State Fair two years in succession has relieved the minds of the state fair officials. They have never yet disqualified a horse m this stake; hut they were not keen for Hazel Dawn to lift the purse a ihinj time. The Make this year will he increased fiom $2,000 to $3,000. the Inn-Roffered in the county, and more entries than last year, when 17 horses from Kentucky, Missouri and TennesThis see were entered, are expected is the Friday night feature. On Tuesday night of the fair, Louisville day, a new feature will he the $500 stake for roadsters This is the higgest roadster stake offered anywhere. Too Much Tobacco In Kentucky A Lexington man who h.i had occasion to he traveling recently in the rural section: of Fayette, Ucurbon and Clark counties says he saw few shocks of fodder and not a solitary stack of hay. All the farmers, he declares, arc talking ahotit raising tolucco. The chief topic is "Where ihey can secure sufficient hrusli with which to fire to. lueco hcils." One man has pulled up lu hedge fence for the purpose; others The are hurtling old railroad ties. traveling man wonders "where we will get enough switches to supply the county school teachers for the nett five years'" He remarks that it is ahout time for farmers to hegin raising "a little more corn, wheat, oats, hay and x)tatocs." The advice is good. The farmers of the Illuegrass section will make thema mistake if they "over-crop- " selves on tohacco to the exclusion of oher products. Frankfort State &s.i Give Your Horses jr. a Hair Cut Z J for tou pat than at tha aeriaa-watTake off tba wluUr coat tkal hoMa. tha wot awMt MmA 4trt- - Ctionoa1 horaoa look hottor. cat aiora aood from thoir fooat, roat bailor, f oal Wottof aaal ao hottac work. Clip with tbU STEWART BALL BEARING $ 7:5!! MACHINE E. T. PENCE, STNFORD, KY. Dr J II. Actnn ha been ipiile ill with an attack of mumps. l'.lmcr Acton of Hstcsbttrg. has gone to Indiana to work on the farm. Mrs Garland Singleton and son Wallace, of Stanford, have been visiting relatives here W T Franci of Mt Vernon, ha heeir here the past two weeks doing dental work Nev K K Todd will preach at Hush llranch church near Somerset the third Saturday night and Sunday ip this month Harvcv Fletcher left April the first to be away several mouth, traveling in the northern state. V M Nichol Mrs and daughter Jewel, of Louisville, attendcil the funeral here Smulav of her mother, Mrs. E J McMtilliu Mrs. L J McMnlhn. age S6 died at her home at this place She was a con. sistent member of the Baptist church since the age of 17 Funeral services were held in the aftenuxin at the Ilap-tichurch conducted hy Ivcv Tilfjrd. Young Jack Chinn Saves His Mules interment in the cemetery here. The family have the sympathy of all in their sou of bereavement. Jack Chinn, Jr, Morgan Chinn. ami grandson of Col. WAYNESBURG Jack Chinn, rescued two mules from drowning near Harroijsmirg Wednes!u.v J H. Jones, ot ;imctiou City day, when the animals became frightfilled his regular here ened and leaned into the Kentucky riv Saturday and Sundayapomtincnt er from the deck of a feirv lioat Voting Mr W. I) Hav earning the mail Chinn and a negro were conveying the on K K No. J, for is J. Johnson, who animals, which were hitched to a is sick wagon, across the river, when in midMiss Tartar, stream, the mules became frightened is visiting her brother EnfL. Gadberry ami leaped a railing on the side of the Misses Laura Johnson and Maggie boat I hey jerked loose trom the Har- Horton, of King Mountain ness, leaving the wagon entangled in friends here and attended churchvisited Satthe railing. One mule began swimming urday and Sunday. upstream, when the youngster leaped Mr. Stanley Dumas spent Monday in after it and towed it to shore Then night with Messrs. Koy and Oliver he swam fifty yards down stream to SmgL-ton- . where the other animal had become Mr lj.irrctt Singleton came home It was necessary from Danville .Monday-M- r in a bush for the youth to ue a knife to free the I rltan Singleton took Mcssr animal and bring it to snore As a re Key nobis. F O Gooch, Herbert f sult of the accident the ferryboat be hey nolds and T D. Caldwell to Stancame loosened from a cable that tow ford Mondav in his auto. ed it and drifted three miles down . Mr H If Singleton is on the Young It was recovered. stream. Chinn, in cutting the harness that in Mr;. Ermine Hall, of Luhank, is vistangled one of the mules, cut two fin- iting her brother, W R Singleton gers on liis right hand. The wounds Large crowds attended the birtharc not serious. day dinners of Mr J. H Acton ami Mis. H H Caldwell Sunday and all Lincoln a Great Hemp County repot t a good time Mrs. II II went so E1S. That Lincoln and Garrard art the bank Monday to sec her sister, Mr, two largest hemp producing counties m lorn Acre who has been very ill with Kintuckv is known to few. Spears & Sons, of Paris, buy more hemp than measles. Mr D W Caldwell was at Somer- any other one firm in the state Fred wrtk '" sec ,,is " Marion Uatterton, who buys for them, has ri'n j'ust left Lincoln for home, and the Caldwell, who is working in the depot that Paris News says of his purchases Mr at Quite place. a E F Missionary large number attended the Fred Uatterton, representing Rally at the church here Spears & Sons of this city, who for Sunday An interesting program was the past several months has been m earned out. after which Key. Jones Lincoln and Garrard counties, where on he has been buying hemp, returned wrenched an interesting sermon Sunday, Mr Hatterton alo spent Missions. ..Mr,fa.r"1 Mr- M- O Morgan and some tunc in .Madison county During al Pagaley spent Sunday with his absence he has purchased upward Mr of 400,000 (Kiunds of hemp at an av- Mr and Mrs. Lcemau Singleton Mr erage of $7 per hundred pounds. Most MrS. and Mrs. R. Curtis and Mr and A. of the hemp was bought in Lincoln Sunday It. MnrL'.ltl llf.fl! nilfi, rf.llnr. afternoon and Garrard counties, the largest hemp 'Hobbie." little son of Will Horton producing counties in the state. .... IS Sllfferinr from .1 lul-- m,--...I his head while playing at school Mon- Strengthens Weak and Tired Women t.av. Mr Ma "son fil!w..l ic u'Arlttin ; "I was under a great strain nursing the ckpirt at hitbank ag.iin. a relatives through three mouths sickir ami .Mrs. Willie McMuMiii anc! ness." writes Mrs. J. C. Van De Sande, frri'M cttttt Tlt.tr. .. ;.. of Kirkland. III., and "Electric Hit- IltMC t.I.TlIL'llttT r "'-- ..lall.! llll ters kept me from breaking down I her sister. Mrs R. E. Sorrell fir ami .Mrs. Charles Singleton will never be without it." l)o you feel tired and worn out? No appetite and sjicnt Saturday and Sunday with her food won't digest? It isn t spring parents, Mr and Mrs. D. W. Caldwell You need Electric Bitters. weather. John B. Anderson Buys a Ford Start a month's treatment Anderson X. MrParti- - ili. lr.1 t....i nothing better for stomach, liver and kidneys. The great spring tonic Re- agents sold a 1914 touring car to John lief or money back. 50c and $1 at your II. Anderson this week, and have several oiher prospective buyers looking at druggist. this great little car 0 one-thirst sick-list- the corn fed to hogs is the cptnien of Commissioner of Agriculture J. V Newman, who said this week that he w fluid not he surprised if the waste amounts to ns imicii as $5.(X0.(XX) annually This is hy way of preface to a plan promised for presenting the econo mic side of slock raising to farmers at the Stale Fair Balanced rations will he the crux of thr demonstration planned under the three' ion of the dov eminent farm demonstrator of Jefferson county, who twenty has instructions to purchase MVttie al olive to he pmito tut the Fait grounds Half of them will he fed on com and the other half on lulanred rations until the Fair opens; then the farmers will he shown the difference in the results ohtamed "Com atone prothiccsf.it. The hogs should he feil corn mixed with other rations in prortions well demonstrated to he correct, which produce Ikhic and muscle With the growth of lionc and muscle more fat and vviighl can he Newman, added." s.tul Commissioner "and while with corn alone it costs 6 miiiic1 to fatten hogs, with cents the lalancctl rations they can he fattened for 4 cents the pound We raise (jO.OM-00hushels of corn in Kentucky annually , it is safe to say J0.000.000 arc fed tf hogs If hy feeding corn alone it costs 2 cents to the pound, or more than to feed lialancctl rations for producing weig. one can easily sec into what immense figures the annual waste runs" purse of $150 will he offered hoys' chilis, whose member, will fatten steers to he shown and judged at the Fair. The prizes will he awarded the winners, who must explain their method of feeding, and the steers will A purse of $100 he sold in Louisville will he offered members or boys' pig clubs in the same way That wr-thir- d is wasted L. L. Peck, the clerk of J. K. Nchon, has resigned. Mrs, J. J. Spears has soltt her house and lot to a .Mrs. Kosc ol west vir ginia. The consideration was $800. Frof. Allen Davis, of King's Moun tain, spent Saturday and Sunday here Vlitll Ilia iil.l rlmtti Pr.tf W II I la mm. II J Howard, real estate agent of this cily, sohl Ins farm to N P. Flan. I lie farm contun ot I. etcher county tain J.' acre anil the price paid was $tA)00. Mr How aril will move into the house vacatetl hv How en llarhcr. Frank Hav. our assistant bank cash- icr, will leave in a few dav for Silver C reel , to take charge of a bank Will McClurc and Miss Maud Nel son, both popular young people of this place, were united in the lioly bond of matrimony in Nuncrset last rrid.iy The unm t the Mc !! of James Clurc a prosperous farmer, and the bride is the beautiful ami attractive (laughter of Mr nnd Mrs J. U. Nelson of this city. They have the best wishes of tlieir many friend. Mr and Mr. J. I Fstcs, of Stearns, hive been visitinv: their n.arints here I'r T J etoti was m Somerset Fri day on business I V Wliecldon visited in Danville a lew days last week. The stork visited the home of Mr and Mrs Luther Hall on March 25th, and presented them a line (UuliUi T Mcl.aiishlin accompanied In mother to Cincinnati on her way to rem, imi, to visit relatives. .Mrs (J. A Kjtcs who ha been sick is now convalescing Several cases of the measles are re. Hiitcd here, and an epidemic is cpcet-well-know- n d Prepare Horses for Work Xtlrr a araanrt of comnarttlr. 11 latin a a raHabl totila It norraaarj to put thrm Into tondltlon, . prntts. ,, Animal Rcfililtr Irian r- anrothrr mrlhol. It acta dltwllrnn th. nrtana vital to health, helps dlirratlnn and purifier I ho bloat, (spring colu nroj It too. anl " Satlalartlan Cttaranlrcd or Monty Back Inaorr larira aril hralthr onmla of rhlrka-krwir hma anil ornJiirtlra with t'ratta I'notirr Hr.alator. hralthr lff. I l.W.S lb. nallM.KI. Crl Valli will ria llila qulckrr, Iwttar ami mora rronomtrtllr WftjrMSaajl X Stk no. For sale hy New Stanford Drug Co., Stanford, Kentucky, KMJ. 1'. U Davis & Son, Stanford, Kentucky . BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap pnint soon cracks ami pools off, nnd is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality nnd of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothinp; else but ' 41 Silver Seal Varnishes Paints Finishes, Stains and And they will coat you 25$ !cu than other high Rrada brands. Tell us your pnint needs' today and wo will eend you our PAINT HOOK fnt. It rIvc prices and other valuable information. Kentucky Paint WLl'l Company, (Ineuriioralou) 313 W. Market Si. LOUISVILLE, KY. ' nssf jl A l?r A X5 There's Comforl, Profit and Economy in a Concrete Darn It is warm In winter, cool In summer, sanitary, easily cleaned, fireproof, practically everlasting. Why build any other way ? J.1 -- LLfllUlCEMENT Your auurance of fxtmantnl. absolute satisfaction In all your concrete wotk U the Ltftlfh ttude-mir- k on every bag or barrel ol cemtnt you buy. It la lbs rrcognlied itandarJ of Mfnraf qualllr. Don t accept just any Portland ccmentMk for Uhlfh by Dame PHILUPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. r,!.Jel - - Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. Linseed Meal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Car Northern Seed just in. Telephone 1 1 FEEDS J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. KENTUCKY .. STANFORD, ..- (rs-.- t l Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House ggr?"raa - V ' " ' ' 'WD .iF Maaaaaaaaaaateaaaaaaa- W, a- ,T ?'" KmkR3K.yfEMKinBttt& It AiJC fl ZxSI'ifBlfKKkiStBIKBSt it aaaMBBBBBBBaBat aaBBBBBBBBBBBBamtSaaaW $ . 1 ' TalaaaW aaaaaaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaal 3HL,IHfLIIIIIIHVi Ii.111111111111Hhi.I11.1Hi al..iiiiiiiiiiME.lMl&S laaaaBBaHBww v WlKKmJ-L Bourbon Farm Brings $230 an Acre Helinont Stoi'k K.inti mw. ,.f ,liM most desirable suburban homes in Hotirbon countv has been uilil In- - VV U.' Mitchell, acting for his sister-in-laMr? I A. I.iliv in Mr .mil M,. rv r: Taylor, of Hourbon. The price paid! vvuiie 1101 mane puniic, is said to have hten iiroiinil .C21 tifr nir,. ,.r , t.,1 of about $.17,500 for the 150 acres. The place is located alrout a quarter of a mile from Paris on the Paris and Lexington pike, and the improvements con sist of a modern brick dwell two-stor- y for SEED CORN, FIELD SEED and Garden Seed tfatjointf 1111! llOlKt' fMllllnm-i- l tfaF'T TQftalaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiBSaiaiaiaiaiai bath room, furnace, lighting plant, etc j nerc is on me mace a and commodious stock ham and a large to harco barn Lighted Fires to Save Fruit W 1" Whit,.. A (uilull.ir firmer near P.irkavillt- - w:i liir,. itn mmgliug with hit many Lincoln county friends. Mr White has a nice peach orchard just beginning to hear u full cruii ami Kepi nres miming in 1:1s orchard for two days and nights last lvetk bonilll to 1..1V, ill. fruit In nr.li.r to insure the safety of the fruit against mc late Inezes, many irtut growers believe that Kentucky fruit growers will III rilllllu'lli.il til iter "smiiiliii imi." such as have been toed successfully 111 the west for many years. HIGHEST MARKET uilll wntHru'.irL jsfflSB HfMHj-Zj MbT'.- 1 Joint has I THAT patentedwhole business the aBaTaaa''T!Baaatf wr T OKKtffMBSSrUili'jMW 3aaaaa'' Try 'PW'ff liaar"iyaa"aar'T''Waaaaaaaaaaaa ,T'r-Jf:K'- ,f ;t of building silos by making it possible to construct a perfectly solid stave silo of any desired height. When put together with a little white lend nt these joints, a stave two-piec- e 'rriarl'iaaa iaa " " m - 'BlLi'i it ' 'x ' ''' 'BBBKaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBaHaaaBaBaBaBaH aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTnxa it aaaaaaaraaaaFaT ft ls.alllllllllllM!!!aCMB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVV'aW WskkKEwi wmvK SHaHEr1 one-pie- ce HIDES All Kinds for Sale by GEO. H. FARRIS. Stanford. Kentucky - SKINS VaLUC rAIO FOB KY, Willi bbbbU 111 IbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI lJaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBityVW fc laBBBBM74t raP Is at good as if it were made of ktaves, and very much less expensive. There is no metal at these joints to become corroded by the adds and no outside moisture can collect in them to rot the wood. This joint adds years to the life of your silo and many dollars to its value. We hflve a filnrt titr wtttMi ro am an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself out of what it saves for you ou next winter's feed bills. Give us a chance to explain it to yon. vi W. P. K1NCAID WHITE JOHN LOUIaVIUI, & CO. ESTABLISHED 18 3 7 STANFORD, KENTUCKY, f""-i"niil- i 1 iiiiTyuiinsan