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" ""? y )" Jfe4U - MMHliMMMI wwowBasraiiiBfr; rtv, ( Mote Farm Newt and More Farmers Thin any Paper In the Stale. & MTASLlRMKD vi iftlCLE SAM WILL SEIZE TWO MEXICAN tei IWO-S- Mh YKAR. NO 32. The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 19U TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS CITIES Comctu Vote! Overwhelmingly Back up the President in Demand! on Neighbor Nation WANTS TO ENLIST SOLDIERS IN LINCOLN Sattflcy. if the htail-furInterior Journal, is hung sik-(i- i of as a likely candidate against Judge Davlion Ready to Organize Milito Helm. Satiflcy would Congressman tia Company and Farrlt Gets make it litcly for the Tall Sycamore Busy In Boyle, Also. And Still They Com Hon Shclton d & fo't ft O00$0000000 Stanford Boy on the Scene o li & & s3 TRIPLE PLAY MADE BY LOCAL LADS AT LONDON While Stanford's Pitcher Holds Mountaineers Hitlcss and Game is Won By Score of IS to 0 Two victories without a defeat so far this season for the Stanford High The nine, Sehoul base hall team coaches and a number of fans went to London Saturday to plaj a return game and came back with the grapes bj a scon of 15 to 0, tine mainly the masterly pitching of Lcphcw, who held the last iiioumatniers without a hit during the tune rounds of pla) T he big of the game was the triple play pulled off by the Stanford lads in the seventh inning in winch Grimes, Mob-le- y and Perkins took part. It was great work and a play that is almost the rarest lo be seen in baseball. This was Ihe second game between London and Stanford. The first was close, indeed, v. hen i: te remembered that Brtincr, the big "left paw", of London, held the local boys to two lone hits in seven innings So it was with a gnat dial of fear and trembling that 's the Stanford boys faced him on own grounds. However they were able to gam six safeties during the eight tunes that they went at the hat Costly errors by Ca) wood's men together with limner's wiluucss allowed the local bovs fifteen runs The Loudon bnvt were unable to connect safely with the curtcs of the )oungster Lcphcw, who was making his initial bteak into high school hasthall. Once onl) it seempd they could score, .md that was when Perkins missed a wild throw to third, but Capt. Hill, cttr alert, was backing his man and forced the goose egg on London. Stanford's batterv did the most substantial work for them, L.'phew allowing no hits and Wood, m addition to making a sensational catch on a foul fl), was able to ir Id bis pitcher at all tunes and made the circuit of the biscs three times T he hatting of Joe T l'.mbry anil Sam Lmbrt-wa- s of its usual high order, and eaih of these scored three times. The work of Grimes in right field could be- - placid 's on the stellar role ,and handling of two diffcrcnts fouls The lone intt him on the same list star for I ondon was its twirler In ad dition to gittmg eight strikeouts he cam" rearer getting a hit through an,, other of the London batters. Kspccial credit is due to Profs Ca)vtood nnd McN'tttt for the consult ration that they shotted the Stanford squad First Inning Woods struck out J nmbrj to first on Uruntr's .irror On a hit and run pla', S I mbry singled to right Perkins singled I F.mhry out Baugh to Wildei, Perkins stole second and S Kmhrt crossed the plate for the first score of the game. Hill out Brun- ti to steles Baugh went to first on an error bv Perkins, Say lor, struik; out Woods cauejht Wildcr's foul. Bruner struck out Second Inning Meildcy struck out Grimes out Bruner to Sccltt. Lephcw filed to Set ley Decruig Secle) fouled to Perkins died to Grimes Ltcrsole out Hill to Moblt) riiird Inning Bruner hooped one over and heancil Shanks on the shank Woods walked, Shanks' out at second Bruner to Baugh Woods stole second J r.nihrt singled scoring Woods. S Kmbrj took three great whiffs of London atmasphcre Hill safe on Savior's error, after Perkins reached first on Wihler's error. Ptrkiiu scored. Dixon out Hill to Mobley, Green out Hill to Mobley, Baujjh struck out Fourth Inning Grimes struck out I.ephew struck out Shanks singled Woods filed to Stclev Satlor out Hill to Mobley. Wilder out to Mobley, Bnmcr flitd to S I lea-lit- re Ixin-donPcr-kmHni-brv Dcrnngcf Green If F.tcrsolc rf 3 2 J00 0 0 0 0 0 8TK 1 0I 0 00 DISTRICT DEMOCRATS SOLIDLY WITH WILSON n i 0 Ci 10 Harrudshurg Lcadtr. Washington, April 20. -- In forty-eighours iHiil)!y less, tlic United Stalls Got eminent have taken osscssion of the Mexican custom houses at Tampi-c- o and Vera Cnir ' maDetailed plant for tatiilniK coast rines at these two iinKrtant towns were complctid iit a conference House bctwccnTrcsldcnt at the White Wilson, Secretaries Brian, Garrison and Daniels. Mai. Gen. Wood and Rear Admiral Fiskc and Illne, ami John Lind After spirited debate the House Mou-d- a night passed the Administration risotution approving President Wilson's purpose to use the arimd forces of the nation to ohtain from Gen. Httrcta the tullcst apology for indignities to the American flag The vote was 337 to 3", the Kentucky delegation lending Us undivided jitipixirt The Senate met at midnight and recessed until noon nn Tuesday under an agreement to consider the resolution reported lit the Foreign Relations Committee. karlier on Monday the President appeared hefore a joint session and asked authority to enforce Ins pursues jn Mexico Some anxiety is liefng frit in smaller sittlrmrnts along the Texas border, where the Mexican population out. lumber the American four to one Two thousand troops are atailahle f6r instant serticc at Fl Paso, where the Mexican quarter is lciiii uatrotled b) cat air) Big Coal Operations in Dell li'Ac of coal mining proper!) which is said to provide for tlic pa) mint of the largest .imotint of morn-- in rents nm' royalties thich has )rt been sis v ved in similar transaction in .Southeastern Kintuck) was concluded in 1'ine tille. wherrh) the l.ick Ilrauch Coal company, owned h) John W and Dot-e- r Williams, wnlel) known owl opera tort in iImI section, takes ttosscssioii of tuo of the largest opcralimit in Harlan ronnty, together with the mining town of o(tnn. tMiwcr plant, commissar) and SJ.5! acres of land on Clotcr I ork of Cumberland riftr The Harlan .juI MiuuiK Ginpaut. of Ijmis ille which has hcen for sctcral )ear developing nimes mi ihe holdings of T I Ashcr in Harlan county, completed one nf the Coxton mines one rar ago and leased it to the Williams interests for a short term, while fltr second mine Under the Williams management the mine now in o ration has hecume Jhe largest producing mine in 'Harlan eounit. and its olitniit U ntf rrasiuir lis stiree tsillt thi operation Inl to negotiations nn the part of the Williams company to acquire liotli the mines and operate them as, a unit with an enlarged acreage of land The lease just concluded is for twenty fitc )car ) li- Hazel Dawn In Cuba Hazel Dawn, tlic show mare, fur intrl) owned hy Dick Studdtr, of Lincoln, has created a sensation in Cuba, win re she was sold to the PresiA Havana dent paper says of her first appearance in the show ring there Hazel Dawn appeared she had h.irdl) stuck her nose through the croiMHi hedge than cscT)onc real lied that llairl Dawn was tlic last word There are no words to descrihr the m.tgnificicnt animal, tiracctiil as a gartlic. swift as an arrow, muck as a cat, as intelligent as a school inarm, and si fsMhfu! and lavahic a: a mo titer lintel Dawn needs onl) to he seen and the show is a success to the heholdir There were other nice horses hut there is hut one Hand Dawn in the worldand she will net it leatc Cuba it the Got eminent has to pass "hcn another SKUKXI.ttH) loan" Mercer County Dates Tin directors of the Mercer Fan As. loeutii.o luw fixid July X, ?i, 30 and .11 a the datts for this war's cxhihi-th. The grandstand will he enlarged anil a lommodious floral hall will aUo If trecttd Don't fail to see this hit; picture "Joseph in the luid of Kg) pi" icaturiug lame? C'nt'e and Margaret Snow and a iio'ahlc 'I haiihouser cast. Straight at It 4 There is no use of our "heatini! around the hush". WV might as ttell out villi it first as last. We want you to to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the next time )ou hate a cough or cold. 'I'hcrc is no reason sir far as we can see whv jnu should not do so This preparation hy iis remarkable cures has gained a world wide reputation, and pople lycrv where speak of it in the highest terms ot praise. Tt is for nale hy all dealers. MT. MORIAH On account of the rain, there was no Supda) Silmol Sunday, Miss Fluriiiic Daw cm, one of our most popular joting lathes, has huu with home folks, for a few dats Johnson Voting has rituriitd to Ludlow Mr Wright and F.ssie were in Stanford Friday We are sorry to hear that Lnele John Kogle is sick. Ilastin tisiud his mother Theodore last wiek. klberl Terry was in ourconimunil) Wednesda), taking oti'urs for pittttfcs. lien Uoonc has cone to Somerset. James Kiod has moed to the Shell Keed property. Lugatt has Iniught the Gene Mr llutthuisoii plate and uioted Saturda). a liote in Mr. il'fc purchased Stanford Momray for $120 llastin was, at Va)iicshurg John Siuulay. Jainev llastui and family, of Kilson, will arrite hero tomorrow to he the guests of his parents, Mr. ami Mm. M S, Hattin. Hatfield was in Stanford. Herman Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs T I) Mcjlec spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs D O, Ballard Mrs, Hettie llreedlote is the Kttcst of her parents here Dad hrcath. hitter tlstr, dizziness ami a peueral "no account" feeling is a sure sign of a torpid liter h the imilinnc needed It inakn tl'e liter actite, vitaliits the blood, re. t'l'kles the howds and restores a fine feliny of energy and cheerfulness. I'rlcc 50c, Sold by Sliuifars drtiK store Stanford,, Lytic liros., Crab Orchard 11KK-I5INi? -- Vbr W . a company in this section, and it is not iieiieteil mat lie win hate any trouble in getting the roiwrid number of mtn. Lincoln count) s )ouiig nun ire as game anil as patriotic as any in the world, and Dr. Datisoii believes that he can recruit a company here OIL NEAR MILLELGEVILLE that tan whip their weight in Mexicans, LITTLE CHILD DROWNS IN WELL wild cats or any other sort of oppon. Drillinc to Start at Once In That Se- tin they may be called upon to face. While Parents Were Attending Funeral He wants the Lincoln county hoys ctionNews from the West Services Near Davis' Store among the first on the firing line when Hustoiitille, Ky , April 21. the call comes and will lead them to Daws' Store, pril V). Mr. Iltruard, the oil magna and an) kind of a fight that ma) he brew-inOllic Chappcir, brother to Mrs. C)rus Attorney Florence, were on the grounds lames died with consumption and was 11 C Carpenter, scout master, of the in the Millcdgctillc stttiou Saturday ticwing tin situation for the begin- Ito) Scouts, has also taken the matter laid ot rest in the hur)ing grounds at hphesus church on Thursda). And ning ol drilling for oil at once. Tliey up with the head of the Scout organizapnparing hate a large amount of land leased in tion in Kentucky and may endeavor to as the hearse was little child to start to four years (hat settioit and will push the work at get permission to iqtup a company of tlic graveyard, a edd, of Jean llrown, was missing A once si outs for serticc in Mexico it was found I wo weddings Out in llo)le patriotism is also run- search was made and doctor was in' wire solctuiicd Sun-ila- ) The Advocate sa)S that the well droit md. A night afttr church at the resident's,' ning high and every thing possible was of Mr Cla) I'llis on h'ast Mam strett Immcdiattlt iion receipts ol news that done to restore the little one to life, but h) Ket Maddock Ihe couples were President Wilson would in all prob- she had been dead too long. She might lames I His and Miss Maggie Quails, ability issue a call for 2550,000 nun for hate hem in the well half an hour or and Miss Ora the invasion of Mexico and patrolling more before hc was missed. Jessie Weatherford .malls, of Rolling Fork. After the the liorder along the Rio Grande, Hon. Oscar Mania!, of Pans, who is a Maurice iirenioiues the couples departed on "Hipular J Farris, Jr, Itoylc county's railroad brakeman is visiting his parrepresentative in the recent llu'ir wa) to their homes rejoicing to ent, and also nursing a crippled kutc. wrote ssion of the legislature, lilt horse shuw was well alttmltii caused by a motorc)clc. Saturday .iltcruouil and settral Jacks Gov Mil reary offering his scrticcs to lames Kidd, of Garrard, is visiting and liorien oil exlnbitiuii, all ot wlucll raise a company of soldiers in Uoyle relatites m tins section o go ejji one thought his the the btst, ot coiuilydispatchesto the front Thomas Anderson is working etcry trom Washington statcourse. Those txhibittil wire Glin The da) and stud)ing every night on a brook; a high bred chestnut urrtl, ed that Kentuckt's quota to be furnishmotion machine. Of course Tom owned by It. U. Ltigh, Kentucky ed under the first call would he about like all other great inventors is gti)ed (itntttmaii owiud Iiy J. ,N. Carttr, ot 8000 nun, and in the event of such an by ery one, but he pa)s no attention Siaulord, was hsowu b) Doc Dryt tnicrgenct is would be expected tha to that, but works right on lie sa)s autl, made a fine show and was ttry quite a number of additional militia some day the laughing will be on the udmiiid by all the brtcdtrs, War-ful- companies would hate to be organized other side of the mouth and the noted jatk, lolhert, own. atx once nter the Stale Thcrr are a Cecil Kubl little hoy. son of J L id by C. M Hack . made (jreat, shuw, number of tren in Hei)le who belonged Kidd got his arm badly hurt a few ttosscau. a draft staahou uwntdb) K lo the old I Dantille company who would da)s ago One bone being cracked, I. IJerij and'Jolm Cook, i'crchcron, probably e anxious to go to Ihe scene but the little fellow is doing nicely at owned In II l, Gotir with many oth of aitttilv inil it is believed that Mr pifsfllt cr wen here and wire greatly admir- barns who is splendidly equipped in Ilenrv Miracle sold a lot of hay to ever) wat to head such a mote, would ed T NVInlc at 80 cents per hundred hate no trouble in getting all the men Gait in Middleton has lost the sight He Ladits Aid botitty.of the Chris-tu- n needed to organize a crack company of one of his c)Cs, caused by a setcre thurth will hate an txehange Sat pain settling in the rye. tirda) They will hate a nice lot of JUNCTION CITY cakts and candits and otlur things. From Another Correspondent Mr. Jtrry Ilriscve and wife, of Mrs Hettie Rictor lias returned from were here last ttitk slion-pui- g a tlsit lo Kiaiisville, n,J Lot,i .,. Kfuitfl, ault ot Lus.ic and were also on the hunt for Will Mr and Mrs. Jesse Minor were in III own, of Wajncsburg, while attending green patch and secured a Lottistillc the last ill the wtek Dunn's the funeral of Ollic Chappcll, fell into like lot to lake home with them, He Miss Sallie Gaeldis, of Ilowcn spent an open well and was drowned. I riah Dunn is hack home after a this wttk at Mrs. E. L. Grubbs' was and was lot id by week out horse trading through the eetryliodj ui the whole community . LitMrs Amanda Gdliland is visiting vountry. Louis more her relatites in Shilbytille and Louis- tle an angelis noHeat en.on this tartli but A. C Alford, of Dan tille, was here ville is in Alter an inquest was held bt Squire IJttre), the hriday morning sieiiig alter some Miss Ruth Tingle of Grttiisbttrg, was was taken to Bethel cetnttery for bod) business at the cemetery. He had bteu burial Suu-"a- t. I his ought to be a warning to ptople tailed to McLinney Thursday to the the hues! of Miss Lucy Hankla who hate open wells. This was one Imrial ol .Mrs James Cooch, who be Seniors of the High School beg of the saddest thing's that has ever hap tine, life on Wednesday. to chum the ttitk ot Ma) 10th Is'tt Jainis Montgoiuer), in this county of Libir-l- ) to Itilh for their social calendar p;.bed through here h'nd.it inormng l.'iwli.r 1ica S.,1,,. 11,. ,,1u, ,r,.n on his way to .Meirelaud Trying to Stamp out Eye Disease I I'gg Hunt to aliout twenty of her James Coulter, of Middlihurg, was The luited States Government is menus tne iiettiitu. hue Saturd.u muring to set ilr anil Miss Sttlla liournc of near l'arks-tille- , making a strong etfort to stamp out Mrs C K McCorinatk. was here last ttcck the guest of trachoma, the dreaded c)c disease of Mrs I'r.mk .Maiislielel, of Lexingthe Ktuttiik) mountains, the work beton, relumed home Fndat after a tis-- it lit r grandfather. Mr. II. II. Bourne. ing directed from a central office lo Mrs. Caleb Johnspn has just returnher parous, Mr aiul Mrs W. K. ed iruui Lebanon Junction to see her cati'I in Lexington undtr the direction illiams of Dr Joint Mullen. To this end a new I Aodir..n an insurance matt of daughter, Mrs Alhc Thompson. hospital for the ireatmiiu Miss Ivancy leiiiistille, stems to he doing a tcry anil Sunday m Green spent Saturday lias just been opened, at of trachoma Ileatt) tille. Danville as the guest litls business hert nut now. f her sister. Mrs Clem ltrieiling lit .Mullen lieing or the present in J C Neal and wife are back home i charge, with thrte trained nurses from Mr Ham Rice the Dantille after spending the winter with their Hospital Saturila) died atwas buried and at this cit), Misses Hicks, Blake and ller-- r sous at Dade Cit), Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Fifth Inning J Fmbrt safe on SavTwo similar hospitals hate previil.iee Sunday Mr Rice left a .Neal arc ttry much pleased with the this number of sons and daughters He was ously In en located in that part of the ior's error S I'mbrv safe on Bruner s south and will return in August to reState one at llmilman, Knott count), error, J Fiubr) taking third Perkins a good Christian gentleman side for the future Hill safe on Saylor's error. Mrs II btigall, of London, passed and the other at llaukn, Leslie count), fanned Samuel Helm, of Peyt m's Well. S through TIk-shospitals are o situated as tei I Pmbrv scoring S. Lmbrv scored here Sunday night. He is.look-111M Ostitis, of McKinuc). J,une Hill Cash, and well scito an ana of approximately eights struck stole 'second scored, third Moblc) if Turnerstillc, were here Saturday out. Hill when Dixon Mrs C S Lyons and daughter Misi In Mm miles afternoon utid to&k in (lit horse show Dr J A Stitiky, two trained nurses let Grimes a hot grounder git through Irene L)on. went to Louisville! on Oiarles Comptou, of Middleburg. and .Miss Linda iX'eville will hate on him Grimes stole second, but was out was Ihe guest of . J .Weddlt- - last wetk biisintss Fndav. for Oneida, Clay county, go- Bruner to S)lor on an attempt to steal Mr and MrsJohn Uright, of Danville April Seelct out Hill to Mobley Derirng Jtne wcene), of Middhlmrg , was ing to hold clinic for examination Saturila) afternoon to witness the were last ttitk the guests. of Mrs. C and treatment a of eye and ear diseases find to Meibltv, Hicrsolc out Hill to Hire S. Lyons. . li irst Moblet Some thief enttrtd Mr W Rile) of the children of the school and Sixtti Kathiruie Hall Wolfe and Inning Lephcw walked country thiht, of Cincinnati, are here visiting King's smokehouse Saturday night and They go by invitation of the Oneida Shanks struck out. Woods was hit by stole all his meat her iiiotliiraud other rtlatites a passed ball. I.ephnv third. Lephcw Mr Lh.sd Wells, of Ludlow, who is Baptist Institute and with the Allen . Tuckir hate returned from siorid when Baugh fumbled, J Fm emploted hy the C S. R. R. was up eration of the Clay countr phtsicians bry's lase), wlure thet IkhikIiI two car to see his mother. Mrs. Mary F. Wells, and the clinic will he held in the three, giouuder, F.mbrv stole second, loads of hogs and shipped to Cincinsingle.Pcrkins room pavilion, which is the beginning ami scornl, S Kinbr.t a few tlats ago. nati strilek" out, S Kmlir) stoied. Hill Masters Charles, William Edward of the .hospital in which the Bobby Milked and Mole second. Mobley struik I inmitt McCormaik made a flying and Herman Lyons went to Lyons Sta- Burns Children's ward is to he a part out. trip te, Lexington last wick Itrge part of the expense of this tion Fndat to sec their graudpartuts. Dixon walked and was out at second will be borne by the Kentucky Mr. and Mrs L)ons. ? A Warning to New Postmasters WViods to Ram interfered with ihe sale of Mr, Hoirn School Auxiliary of the moun- a pitched S Fmbry, Green was hit b) ball Baugh filed to Hill, I vlVstmastiT George W Hutthe-son- , George Simpson, The crowd was small tain fund organizttion' at the Girls' who was indicted in the Federal and buyers few and prices too low. Sclusol in Louisville, of which Miss Pel kms caught Sa)lor's foul Setenth Inning. Grimes singled anil Court some Hint ago for 'loaning Mr Toe nibs the auctioneer, is makiu,iie nderson is principal. stole second. Lephew walked. Grime s staniis" contrary to the postal laws, ng; good, and did his best to make and Lephew scored on Shank s sacriwas fund last week b) Judge . M. J things go well The place was not sold General News Notes fice flv Woods was hit by a pitched Cochran, at Covington, si hundred ami onlv part of the corn and hay. T D. Marcum, of Catlettsburg. stat- bill J F.mbry safe on Kroner's error. and thirty dollars therefor Mr. I lute he. ed in Washington that he would be a iksiIs scored S. Kmbry safe on Derr-mg- 's sons friends' regret his hating to For the stomach and ImiwcI disorders candidate for the nomination for Conerror S. Fmbry out Dixon to pay surh a sum when he was onlv of habies McGFF.'S sou-- r of Ins brother "mt. i rciicly of genuineIIUIY F.LIXIR. is gress in the Ninth district to succeed Bauiih Perkins .out to Dixon. merit. It acts Representative Fields. Wilder safe on an iTror hy Perkins. master friends for ili, tin,,. l., quitkl), is pure, wholesome and pleas, taking Decision to expend $20,000 in form-in- g Bruner reached first Wilder ilt r son News, Price i.i anil 511 rents ner ant lo take third, Seek) filed to Grimes, who Associaouiig Men's Christian Sold hy Shpgars drug stpre. tions in rural communities was reached threw lo Mohlet. who then shot it to To ha e a fine healthy complexion- - Imttle at Ihe annual meeting of the Kentucky Ll erkms giting Stanford credit for a the liter must be active, the IkiwcIs siauioru, i.y nc uros., Lrau iiciiard MCA triple pla.v regular and the blood pure All this is to K. of P. Notice Kighth Inning Hill out Bruner to Cruel treatment of an animal is a brought siliwit hy using IirRllINL. It There will be work in the rank of crime, though the true! treatment is Seolev Moblcv out Bruner to Seelcy thoroughly scours the liter, stomach Knight at regular meeting at the K of dour for scientific purixiscs, Jutfge Grimes safe on Secle) 's error Grimes and puts the body in fine con lodge next Thursday night. A full Itrtgh ruled in charging a jury in stole second, Lephew was hit bv a ililiou and restores that clear pud; and P atttndanre of the membership is re- Philadelphia pitched hall Grimes scored for the white complexion so much desired by quested. W. W Saunders, Secretary 1'he cedlctttug and marketing eif Ihe sceond time of the game Shanks filed ladies. Price 50c Sold hy Shugars sieds of forest trees is becoming a to Wilder. drug store, Stanford, Lyne Uros., Crab Herring out Hill to Coleman Fter Good program Friday night at the profitable mdustrs in Ktuttiik), acOrchard. sole rolled to Coleman Dixon struck opera house cording to Stale Forester Barton. Korna-Fairbanks out ice President E. T. Pence, Jr., Buys Auto . Ninlh Inning Woods oul Baugh lo .Secretary llijaii anil Minister Itrim was slightl) injiiied at Frankfort, Ind , li T Pence, Jr, lioughi Saturelay a signed the peace commission Seelcy. J Kmbry flied to Baugh S when a stand from which he was treaty I'ord touting car from Anderson and nnibrt was safe on Sa) tor's error. the I'niled States and Denmark. a parade collapsed. McCarty, who are the agents for the Itishon C C Peiiick, rector of Si The economic side jif the Panama Perkins singled. Hill out Baugh to Ford tar in this, county They sold two I ouUville twenty Canal tolls controversy iulrew s church in occupied the Seelev. ears last week. Smalt- Interoceanic tears ago. died in Balitmore. Canals Commitllli,i 'M, .J l.lllllll tf .l,,v III. III. F H Ilalcoinbe, chief supervisor of tee. it lor struck out. Wilder struck out News of the Churches I be Imx score Ihe Indian Ilurcau. shot and killed to lest the right of County Attorneys to fees for collecting inher- STWFORD II. S All R II PO A V. The Ml Xeiiia Sunday school will be lunstlf al Washington Th strike of the Western Feeleration itance' taxes was filed in Frankfort by Woods c reorganized on Sumlay afternoon, May 3307I0 of Miners in the Michigan copper County ttornet Batterton of llourlion I. F.mbry e 3il at three o'clock in the afternoon. 00 63 mines which began last July was call fOd Rneisevclt may Tcturn to New S Pintiiy 2b , Mid week- serticc at the. Fresh) tcr (322I0 iau church Wednesday ctening. April td off hy a referendum tote of the men York from South America the jhird Perkins lb I 2302 6 The International cademy of Danc- week in Ma) and not attend the wed Hill ss 22 at r.oO "Isaiah's Call" Welcome 0 4 at Paris seeks a t)piea! ding of Kermit Roosevelt in Spain t the Mitliodist church the regular ing Master 400800 Mobley lb figure to he danced all oter the world Two shows Saturila) night. 1irst Grimes rf 52 pra)j.T serticc will be held first shpvv 720. second show at 8.45 lephew Thursday eteiung at 7.30 o'clock? liv-c22000 i. ... I mm 1) invited See add in Friday's, issue a Cure for Rheumatism Found 00 30 Shuk If "I suffrrfd with rheumatism for two 1 00300 Column II V ptinlcitt Farmers nnd oiliers who lite at a icars and could not get inv right hand mother is always on Ihe distance from a drug store should keep to tn mouth for that lentrili of time." watch for simploms of worms m her IOTALS 27 10 45 15 of MALLARD'S writes Lee I.. Chapman the house a children Paleness, lack of iu'erev in la in SNOW LINLMKNT. It may be need, "! suffered terrible rain so I could plav nml peetisbness is the siinl for MhN'UfiV II S R II PO A F. All td at any time for cuts, wounds, sores not stts'ii or lie still at night Fitc WIDTH'S CRFM VFRMIFI'GF A Wiifli .11, .. ..73 0 0 I 0 5 few doses of this excellent remedy put sprains or rheumatism. It ($, a ower. tears ago I began using Chamberlain's vler 21 .I... 4 0 0 II I leiuedv. Liniment and in two months I was an end to the worms and ihe child um vMil,r . ful healing and penetrating .... Price ?$e, Mk and $1 00 per bottle. Sold well and hate not suffered with 3 acl naturally. " i Price 2;e w Sold bv Shutrars' .Inn store Si nifonl by Shtuats' drug store, Stanford, L)tie ''e-- Ih since" For sale hy all I 3001 I.) ne Bros., Crab Orclnrd I liros., Cru') Orchard. i s. sum-monpcr-pttu- .il d thnc-tcars-o- Word comes that Shclton Sattflcy, n of Stanford, Representative from county in the Legislature, will an. nuunce for the nomination for Congress this week He will run against Hartcy Helm Sattllcy has Ikcii camiaigti:ug in the western part of Ihe Kighth district. Sanfle) iiiadc a gtNxl legislator and he had pretlottsly made good as a newspaper man. He is editor of the Stanford Inferior Journal iinr nf thr l.f.i,,yii)j-- jajwr in the state, htit has a lot of work to do, winch may account for his dtsire to uitadc Congress llr was formerly managing editor of tho. Lexington Democrat during its hnef existence Lexington Leader, Lin-coi- tfj be right at the front when hos- Willi war impending against Mexfco, i.i tilitics begin on the Mexican coast he it either at Tampico or and a tall for 250,1 X) volunteers to go Vera Cruz. Lieut Caswell Satif- to the front expected freun the prist-din- t, talk is being heard of raising a O ''). son of the late Judge M. C. Sauflc), of this city is on hoard 5 company ol militia or volunteers in Stanford and Lincoln county Dr li, L. O the llattlcship Mississippi ttjith Davison, City Judge of Stanford, Is C otlur men ot the aviation corns & , ot II le lines Willi llirm arr nolil k anxious (o hear from any patriotic citizens who want to go to the scute of iH atroidancs which wi umlouht. th ' edl) come Dr Dattson has gotten inin for much acute scr. $ hostilities tice in scout work when the to cotntmuticatieui with United Stales fighting begins Lieut Sauf- Senators Ollic M James and W O Uradlcy offering his services to raise Ji let has made a splendid ncord 5 A .Stanford Iwy will probably 0 0 0 28 0 "o 27 U 12 TOTALS Summary sacrifice hits; Shanks, Hill, and Saylor, Stolen bases Woods, S. kmbry, , Perkins, Hill 4, J. kmbry, Grimes 4, bat lor Left on hasc b II. b, 10, L. If S 1. Struck out by Bruner 8, by Lephew 5 Base on balls off Lcphcw I, off Bruner 4, hit hy pitcher by Lcphcw. 1. by Bruner 4, Triple play Grimes to Mobley to Perkins, Balk, Lcihew, I, Uumptrc Williams. Endorsements of His Position on Canal Tolls Bill are Being Largely Signed by Party Leaders Strong endorsement of President Wilson's stand on the Panama canal tolls exemption bill is going into Washington from all over the kighth district. Indorsements arc bung signed b) leading democrats in almost etcry county in the district, In order to show to the president that notwithstanding the fact that Congressman Hartcy Helm saw fittotakca stand against the President and align himself with Calib Powers and John I. angle), the tvto republican congress, men from Kentucky, Ins tote is not indorsed at home. A lengthy endorsement was sent in fiom Danville on last Saturday and oter a hundred o tthc leading democrats around Stanford hate signed a similar piper since Sattirda'y and will Demoit on to tlic president. crats from Garrard 'and Mercer counties who were at Danville Monday, court day there, told an I J. representative that almost without exception the leading democrats of those counties hate signed similar papers, beinc desirous of letting the president know that they are with him and regard his position in the matter as the correct one, although their congressman would not sec it in the same light and was the only democratic congressman from Kentucky to tote against the President The paper which is being generally signed here is at Penny's drug store, and will be sent to Washington within a few da)s as soon as a number of other democrats who hate expressed a eltsire to be recorded on the President's side, hate had an opmirtututy to affix their signatures to it There isn't the slightest doubt in the world but that the democrats of the kighth district bv an otcrvt helming majority are with Woodrovv Wilson in this and every other matter of national policy that has arisen during the short tune he has been the head of tlic nation at Washington Thev know that he is for the interest of the mcrican people, regardless of any and all considerations and believe that the party which placed him in the White House should be found solidly behind him in etert fight which may be pitched against bun in the effort f his opponents to cmbarass his for-wa- rd CASLY CONVICT GETS AWAY 0 0 t'j in Ihe navy and aviation service 0 0 and will gitc a good account 0 0 of himself, no mailer what the 0 0 emergtiic) 0 & 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000 0 0 Rufus Tavlor a Breathitt County Life Timer Escapes From Pen situs of prison clothes in an box car, a scaling ladder standing iiist outside the stockade with a bunch of kcts, among them one used in opining the rear gale of the prison wall, a blue test labeled "size 3714505 B.," tracks of two men and two woman around the foot of the ladder, these are all the clews left to tell how Creech jnd Rufus Taj lor, another from Casey county, escaped some night Thursday1 between the tunc hours ol 7 and 11, from the Frankfort pen Tat lor, who was employed, in the to Bcrtillou office, took precautious and the their photographs destroy identification records. The prison authorities include an automobile in their y theory of how the was accomplished, hut nothing has hcen heard of the machine. Both men were sent up m 1908 for murder, and loth were trusties inside the walls. note left in the engine room of the State Reformatory at Frankfort ad dressed to Warden Wells, and signed by Allen Creech, from Breathitt count), expressing regret, hut informing the warden that as a parole by the Prison Board seemed imM)stble, he vtas leaving "on a parole granted bv himself" When the prisoners are locked up at nightfall ami the guards leatc the walls, these trusties hate the liberty of the prison yard. No one takes notice of their coming and going in tar-- i hi.s parts of the prison, and the first notice of the escape was information ftom the iolice that two prison suits had been found inside a box car. Then the trusties were looked oter, and the absence of the two men noted. Taylor had sold newspapers in the prison for sctcral )cars, and bad. several mud red dollars on deposit in the bank at Liberty , HprfAsifc, who resides in Indianapolis,- faun- to Fnnkfort Monday and drew $r0 of her husband's money from the prison clerk, sating she had to go to Libert) The evidence shows that after Taylor had destroyed the Bertillon records, the two men went through the gite in the rear wall using; ,jhc key Creech had made, scaled the .stockade with a ladder used bv guardjfjittrj let iktmsclit elown on the otherirde by tho same means. There lliev fn rtlf7nc clo'hes. which had been provided by the outside, stuffed the assistants on prison clothes in the box and then disappeared Creech said in his note that he would go to Mexico Deputy Wardtn Karcc is in charge. Warden Wells went to West Baden, Ind. to take treatment for a nervous breakdown Friday morning The duties of the offie-- c coupled with reforms being instituted, and the imuguration of the prison farm. Jnte been a fearful sirain on the warden, and he was induced to go away forJa rest to avoid a serious breakdown. Two nipt life-time- r, - LOCAL MEN BECOME OWLS Dr. Hsrr.sissds Secures Large Number Who Jutn Danville Nest A large number of Lincoln county men took charter memberships in the Nest of the Order of Owls which was organized at Dantille last week. Dr. J T. Ilammons, out on the Danville rike, got up a fine list from this stc- tion. Craig Thomas, the organizer of the order, was here last week witli Dr. Hammonds, who was elected secretary, and the) took m man) a hustler. The list secured by Dr Hammonds was as follows W. P. Roberts, W II kpison, W. M. Franklin. J. G. Weatherford, Frank Harney, Jasper Dail). John Warner, W. Singleton, kmtnett McCormack, Carter kads, L. O. Florence. A. L. Pence, H. Fads, James kails, W. JI Hill, C Dtnham, U S. Tratlor, D F, Thompson, Will Gauiicc, Millard Allen, J C Neal, Clark k. Caiin. Shade Wilder, Nick Marnuan, J. M Carter, A. A. Potts. George Wilder, Long," Frank kd Htnr). B F Kennedy. J. H Kenned) J. II. Franklin, James Lunsford, J D Henry, M. S. Baughman, W. L. Cordier, Harris Craig, A'. M. Rice, C. R. Reed, T. J Brook. J, H. Prilchttt. J. A Roberts, Date Kelly, W. S Bow, D. C Tucker, karl Potts O. Conway, J. M. Webb. O M. Thomas, Harry Master, Charles Rted, Joe Ross. J. IL Merrunan. Robert Jack Johnson. Crouch F. Rogers. George Rogers, Tom Kclley. L. Pollard. W. C Potts. Guest Mters, W P Phillips, V Hill. 11 F Kelley. I. C. Kimble, lint Oal-soDotk Harman, Jess Dillinger, P. O anarsdale. R M Gricn, T. B. Hammonds, Sam Owens, J. II. Montgomery, A. J McCrist'l, George L. Harmon, Date Mclmnis, R. H. CaldBoyle, S. J. Gradelock, well. Thomas Guy Hunt C Wright. W H Eppi-soRay Harman, H. P. Wilson. Louis Tucker. T. L. Draudtj Charles McDonald. B. each. V. A. Mc.Mary, A. Politic T. R. Vest. W. A. Brown. W. S liamson, John T. Hill, Joseph Hill, W, M. Harnran. G W. Lunsford, Nattier Retberts, Dr. W D. Sparrow, Louis Curtis. T. H. Norn's, Dr. 1. T. Hammonds, Thomas W. J. Harney, Armstrong, W. J Feathers, Josh P. dams. J. M Bailey, W L Nutgrass, lock Board, C k. Tucker, IL C Cash. Fred Hooper, H. W. Rice. W. A. Harney. J. II. Brown. James Ncvius, W. k. Shomaker, Thomas Harris. John Sells-maC. - Rains, It C Weater, G. II. Grates. L. Carter. II F kwmg. I. W. Sherim. O M Drue), B. F. Durham. Rev W D. Sprinkles, W T. Iliealt, William McGuffc). Bud Hieatt. Chas. Kelley, Judge Myers, James Wilder. n, n, n. I- Iffif1 t "CJ -- 1 J i, STREET FAIR HERE THIS WEEK A Share of Proceeds Goes to Stanford Fire Department 4 show-Mrs- co-o- r lite Wlutniy Shows, a strict fair organization, are on exhibition m Stan-lor- d this week, and big crowds arc in town etcry afternoon and utght as these are said to be the highest class aggregation of the kind on the 1 he city council granted the roai'. shows permission to exhibit litre, a per ctnt of the receipts to go to the Maiiford lire department. Shows are given at night and in the afternoon, ihe management states that on night, which is prater mteting night in town, no show will start Until after all of the church serticc shall hate concluded Mr. Whittle), the manager, is a congenial, pleasant gentleman and all of the attaches of the shows apparent!) arc of a higher, standard than usually seen with this kind of show. Mail) new features are to be seen on the midway, including a Parker Caroussal, carrying its own tlivtne light plant and a large band This is one of the best "Flj-m- g organ Dutchmen" cter seen any where The Jubilee Minstrel Show is in a class bv itstlf and for fun, ic has i) thing skinned. Snakeoid, the suakcatcr, swallows lite snakes and coughs them up again. It its a fake those who see it, will hat i lo be shown. The athletic show contains some clevtr artists in the art of wrestling , and boMng The Phillippinc Wonder, a Filipino, born without arms and hut one one leg, perforins difficult feats with one foot. The Human Roulette Wheel is the clctirest ruling deicc cter seen You can not stay on it, and the way they slide off Well, just try it Captain anSicklc and his high due act is a great feature He dives from the top of an 80- - foot ladder into a small ntt This act is free and two iives are made each day. The entire compjany trutel in their own private Pullman cars. Wed-resdaj et-c- ll mi - - 10 mid-wee- k r) 10 17 13 10 10 1 1 1 1 400431 rheu-nrttis'- n ur ....300001 Rev. H. J Tomlinson Dead II J Tomlinson, of llrvants-till- o dud Monday morning at 0 40 after a lingering illness of several months Rev Mr. Tomlinson suf. fend a stroke of paralysis last fall from which ln never rallied He is surtiteel hi a wife, three daughters and one sou, also one brother, Hon. R IL Tonihnson, of Lancaster, three sisters, Mrs. Thomas L. Mudd, of Kansas City, Look to Your Plumbing Mo. Mrs Ross C Adams and Mrs. , Yoil know- wll.lt tinn,ni a,. . I Melt m 1. Harris, of Lexington, in which the plumbing If In poor con- linn rvrrsiKMiv in tne house is Coup h Medicine for Children lo "iract tvphoid or sonic ot'jcr Too much care cannot be ttseel in feter The eligestite organs perform T stinting a cough medicine for children the same function in the human liody 1 It should lie nle.is.int f,i Inl ..,nitii as the plumbing does for the house, and no harmful substance and be most ef. they should he kept In first class conCiiamlierlam s Cough Remdition all the time. If you hate any lectuai. edy meeis these requirements and Is a trouble with your digestion take favorite with the mothers of )oung I'crlains I ablets and tou are Clnm. certain ever) where For sale by all in iiilc' relief , sifr h. ', ' ih alt rs Bet rt 1 The Kcnttiiky Agricultural kxperi-meStation at Lexhu'tnn li.it ed so mam inquiries regarding where lite stock of tarious classes could be iMiught and sod that it has made arrangements to conduct a lite stock exchange or in other words a mcdiimi ' through which live stock of all classes can lie Imlluilt nml iitl I,, tliM Fir,..... of the State The plan is for any one' is no nas siock to sen to make that fact kllltvell 111 flu Pvn,rim C .!,-..giving an accurate description of each .,.:.... animal offered fur ,!.. il. asked etc When stock that has been listen with tins exchange has been disposed of b) an) means, the one who onginall) listed it will be required to notify the Station, oiliereiio I,. .'ll not be allowed to list stock thereafter. I lie proposcel exchange will handle horses, beef and dair) cattle, sheep and swine rfi,'. nt ft in i! . n M jr ,,! J v , i ,. " ' . ,r TH 1NTKRI0R JOOXIfAt STANFORD, XKNTVCKY TUICSDAY, APRIt 51r 1014 " nflfflHHlhhh. Tkc Interior Journal mnmawmimtw0mmmmm$mmmmmmmmmmmmmsmmi0mmtMwmmmfl 4A Make Your illEl.TON U. HAUFI.EY Proprietor IN ADVANOR al SMnord Old Furniture Look Like New tl 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 STATESMAN. or Norfolk styles, Blues, browns, greys-pl- ain :; T . L. 4- - A THAU t UTlUCTLY trttni rltil Enlrrid f peafeflfe mill matter. t Eoi'' IT's RE-NU-LA- C I1 makes old furniture, Pee Gee worn floors and woodwork look like new again. Try it RE-NU-LC its fine results and your own work. an easy and inexpensive matter. apply a coat of Pee Gee asd you'll be delighted with ir Pit Get PEASLEE-GAULBER- T combined. Comes In 11 Natural Wood colors, White, Gold and Stiver Enamel. All sixes. ka Stain and Vemkh CO., Incorporated : The Cincinnati Enquirer and nearly the whole of the republican prcs arc jelling themselves hoarse over the free tolls question. It is as simple as the face. Why nose on jour neighbor's should a set of men who happen to own ships engage in a coastwise trade not be charged for the use of the Panama canal, which joti and all the rest of the country arc taxed to build and maintain? It js not a matter of trucking to England or any other country. It is a matter of justice to all the people of this country. The average citizen gets nothing from the government ficc in the operation of his business. It is certainly not right to present one class of citizen privileges not granted all other classes. The Enquirer re.i presents the men who own ships. Democrat. Cjn-tliun- V SJKSMSt Satfv 1 aT Mt SWSMsssw bbbH VV "-- fir H Manufacturer t t t Louisville, Ky. TLSASAXT arrange the program A committee roirji Ls2rstv3dcwvwwwM x&tfHi&ttiHSGKtxuiatoteL jw rsMttsumeac flev Stanford Dm Co.. Stanford. Hy. By G. B. PRUITT Samson Registered Percheron Stallion 78868 This is a splindid tpe of the breed, l'.lack with star in forehead. Foaled May --5th. 1910. ' horse, SIKK The great Percheron Sam, 25055 (54008) an iuiHrtcd horse from France, a winner at the International at Chicago; also twice winner at irmia State Fair, tipping the scales at 450 pounds. DAM. Mason Girl, Kcgistry No 489iW. A beautiful black marc weighing 1800. He will make the season at my farm at Knoblick Station, Lincoln county better known as the "Sow ell Git'cns farm,' at $10 to Insure a Living Foal Money due when colt is toaled, mare traded or removed from county. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. E. G. BICKLEY Phone 671, Danville, Ky For Sale at Moreland, Ky. Lw We will TCW Xabotli, by old by llcau Naboth, N'aboth, at our farm, known as the Tom Boone place on the Ottenhcim pike at $8 to Insure a Living Colt Princi Deau Naboth is a handsome 16 hands high, dark bay, of great stle and action and perfect ditposit.on. Money for season due when mare is traded or parted with or bred elsewhere. Care taken to present accidents, but not responsible should any occur. THE GREAT JACK BEECHER We will also stand the great mule jack needier, at 3 to insure a living colt, liecchcr is 11 ears old and ; black with white points, sired by Joe Illackburn, he ! Second I'rincc and he bv imported Prince from Spain. First dam Cariana Taylor, second dam 111) the. Neomia, third dam Ellen fourth dam the Bennett jennet. Money due when mare is traded or parted with or bred elsewhere. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. T. M. BOONE, R. D. 1, Stanford, Ky and PRINCE BEAU NABOTH stand our tine saddle harness stallion, I'rincc Beau John Cook Is a black Percheron Stallion, about 16 hands IiirIi, is three jears old and weighs 1400 pounds. will stand him for the 1914 season t rsy about k;:r miles west cf Hustonville, at $10 to insure a living l.icn retained on colt and seacolt.t son is due if mare is traded or parted I will also stand one good with mule jack on the same terms. Good pasturage can be furnished mares at $2 a month. W. B. GOVER. Hustocville, Ky. 1 p!c has been appointed to for Decoration services to be held at .the Baptist church here on the JOth ot .May. Miss Edith Walls, daughter of Mr and Mrs. U. W. Walls, was operated on lkst week bv Drs. Smith ami O'Dau- nou for throat trouble. She is getting alonu tucclv. we are clad to state. from Mm. Win. l)je is recovering a severe attack ot stomach trouble Much excitement was can nil on last Sututav evening when the llaptist church caught on fire from a defective flue. However, it was extinguished bcfoic very much damage was done Mrs. J no. Faulkner is visiting relatives in Ludlow. A furnrisc birthday dinner was given Miss Stella Griffin, Sunday. A num ber ot bcrtrieiuls were presmt and all reiort a nice time. Johnnie Singleton has returned home after spending a few davs in Louisville. Everett Dje is with homefolks. E. G. Gilliland has again bought the McCartv farm. He had sold it about two jears ago to Cay Johnson, of Somerset and last week bought it from same party. Edmund Leach and wife have moved to A. 1. Horton's farm. Kcv, Davenport, of Yosemite, will lecture at the Baptist church next evening and Sunday morning and evening. Miss Verna Walls is visiting relative? at King's Mountain. Miss Martha Ollish was the guest of Julia Uenke. Mr and Mrs. V T. Flanigan have returned to then Inmc at Lebanon Junction after spending several dajs. with relatives here Miss Xceta McGuffcy and brother spent Easter with Miss Cora Alford. number of teachers trom this place vv ill attend the K. E. A. in ville Charlie Privett anil family have moved in the house with Mi", and Mrs Tommy Leach Sat-urJa- v $10.00 fm UP"" H. J. McROBERTS $3.50, $5.00, $7.50 and sg Jm Send the little staetsman to us for clothes. What Cures Eczema? i a, J Deafness Cannot Be Cured by tdral ari'lU-atlom- , ami lht I. I.T eMi.illnl.w j at irniedl. IKfnr. la eauwl lir an Inllaiwtl mnilltlon nf Ibi-- nurMH IlnlnaT of II" IM.tarhlan Till"-- . dltraMtl .rlkn f tortirr d.arnr... aa iliej rannot rtarh lh the ear Tb'tT Is milr on International Harvester and Gas Engines 03 EUBANK Mrs ida Xunnellcy and sister, Miss Dora Hrvant, of Science Hill, were shopping last week. Dr. J, C. Morehcad has sold his farm to Mat Wells. Consideration $!jOO II J. Howard has sold his farm to a Flo.vd county man. Price private. TfeelHCLiae CIAIN AND HAT HcaaWa, ftaLaa, Kaean, laaftn MACHINES SUCCESSFUL farmers are no longer engine?" buy A little careful observation will show that International Harvester engines are the most satisfactory. No doubt is left when features like the following are studied: Detachable valve guides, offset cylinder extra large head, fuel pump, split-huintake aud exhaust valves, etc. Ask th mrn ho have used I H C ensise. That is the best test. Tiiey will explain the excellence of III C construction, simplicity, strengthaud durability. Study the engines yourself at the nearest dealer's where International Harvester engines are sold. They are made in all styles, and range in size from 1 to S0-P. They operate on low and high grade fuels. Write for our interesting and instructive catalogues, and when we scud them we will tell you where the engines way be seen. A postal will do. b KaeLeaaeta Her Prataaa COIN MACHINES Sudan Mewra They have passed that point and now quire, "Which engine shall I buy?" I an in- rtuttrt, Pkktri Kafcn, n TILLAGE rvSrin-TMtk- . mwminm laarmra EaiOaf. Catt.r. Sfcelen. SaraMtn Cahmtet. Oil CM Crtaa Hum SareaefTa Farm Wa.aa Malar Trickl CENUALUNE m4 Cu Eafiaea Tract CraUOrdh Fae4 Kaifa Tarnkm ItaaWTwia" CrUtrt Cns ri m International Harvester Company of America llarxrporaUdj New Albany Cluapua VMftaf cCtmldt 3 KHwaixit Ind. OtWii Pita I vVULw fit .TOC-- ' Prof, lames Ill.ttikeusliip, member of Pulaski County Hoard of Examiners, has been employed as principal of the Graded School here for the coming term. W. II. Warren and wife, of Ployd. were uuests Sund.iv of I. K. Nelson and wife, who prepared a feast for the guests in honor of Mr and Mrs. Will McClurc on their return home from their brid.il trip to Somerset. By weight ertj Mrs. J. J. Spears has contracted her house and lot here to a West Virginia party. Ur T. J Acton was away on a business trip several days last week. Thomas Aker's .family have been ill of measU'i William McClurc and Miss Maud NtUon surprised their many friends here by quietly stealing away to Somerset, where they were united in the holj Ixmds of matrimony. The brfde is the charming and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Kelson and one ot Pulaski county's best tcacehrs The groomis a prosperous farmer 01 this section ami a model young man, Until ,of the young people are prominent socially, and we join in in wishing them a long and happy life to- Or J. C Morehcad sold a horse to V. T. Mines for $150. Mrs. V, H. Keal and children visited her parents at Estesburg last u cck. J K Nelson and C. B. Marcum captured Ransom Pruitt, at Flo)d Satur-da- y and held him for the Casey county Sheriff. He had escaped jail at Lib fTsa PAINTING TIME IS HERE HOUSE PAINT FOR INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. VARNISH IN ALL COLORS, AND BRUSHES TO PUT IT ON, AT tra nice, bright, clean timothy hay, the kind jou like to teed your horses We also have on hand at all times.' Corn, Oats, Ioth for feed and seed purposes; Ship Stuff, Chicken feed, Flour, Meal and Coal. Any order ou may give" us will be promptly filled and appreciated. D. V, KENNEDY & CO., Stanford Ky TIMOTHY HAY FOR SALE or bale: a few tons of ex- M A liafalC(afLyjBV2alMaaVjBB'aVi4a9 Kt9M M L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, 1 TTe have hict o nnmy Inquiries lntly ; rrirardlni; i:rzrnui an. I ntlicr Kkln that f mr k'mi! lc make our answer pulillc After direful ImctlKa-tlo- n of lraul be ratarrh) ttitannt we have found that u im.le wjIi cured br Haifa Catarrh Cure. Scud f.f clm lara, free. ot Oil of Wtntercrrvn, an cninpomiOcI rnr.r.Y 4 CO.. Tul.l.ir O. In 1. D. I). ITrKcrlptlon. can lo upon. We would not make this Hate-tiieSold by lrnKtta. 7V. to our patrons, frlrmls nml nlgh-hor- s linjllr I'lUa fur runatlpatlotk Take Haifa unlrss wc wrrc sure of !t an J nlllioUKh thrre arp innny rrmtllcs mill, we ourselvrs ALBIA recommend D. I). I PreKeprcsentative Aslur madf a very scription prop lain nnr atore tojaj, Jnt ta talk utercsting speech at Goucliiovvii Satover th merits of this wonderful urday uisht on the "l.ood Roads (Jues-tionSh ugars' Drug Store. Stanford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs Rococ Whccldon, of 'a)iKst)ur, visited Mr C K Whccl-dnSaturday KING'S MOUNTAIN .. Mrs Logan Estes is very ill at the The band bojs of our town are nicely with II. H. Hicks, of writinif. Mr tieorge Sturgeon, who ild Iim Science Hill, instructor They will be ready in a short tunc to furnish music farm from Harry (looslm, ami is now at,o. and went to West Virginia, on a for public Katherins. Dr. C M. Thompson lost four valu-ihl- c long visit has returned and bough his far,n, frui l'.iir. Gtsishu, dud is mm mules, cause ot death unknown. limg at hume again Master Kussell Thompson lus purRe Connicle filled his regular ap chased a new biiKKy and is very popupril 12 IKi'iit'iicnt at Olive Sunday, lar with the vount; ladies at present Henry Leach is at Winchester, where with a large attendance After many vears of waiting friends he is hems; treated for cancer His wen glad to hear of the happv ntarri ' sister. Aunt Talntln Gaines is also suf aue it dttie Kejuolils and Miss (. faring from cancer. n.iuurd I4s(rr SunMrs. Sarah E, Waters is ill at her Sulticll. wim.Ii day rity will make tluir home in this Eliza Her sister, Mrs home here wc wish them a long ami Ilaney, of Ohio, was called to her bed- count ind hanpy life. side Messrs. J E. Pavne and Represent.-- ! Mrs. Edmund Murphy is convalescing tive Asher. of Eulunks, were the guists after a few davs' illness. Mrs. Dr. Smith attended the funeral of Rev S. Payne Saturda and Sunday Meecc preached at Oak Grove of her grandmother, Mrs. James Gooeh church Saturday and Sunday April 19 which took place at McKinnney. .Maurice Singleton has an attack ol Several in attendance. la Krippc. , Mrs. Birdie Gilliland SHELBY SULTAN NO. 117s&7 is sufferinu from la grippe. This Jersey Hull iust received from Ashford Dkiioii and family nave nnved into the residence vacated b Shelbv county, K) , and by Clias P.righi's IinKirtcd bull Pans) Sultan Mrs Marj Kijjnej Misses Fliia and Annie Wall have lli.it cot $1JOO and a proven breeder ofmerit, by the grand bull Sultan of moved into the Chevilett residence Miss Edna Childress is visiting her Oakland, first prize nn the Island in 190y. First prize Sweepstake breeders friends here Mts Man ford Chevilett and children cup. Reserve champion and first prize of Ludlow, were the recent ijuests of bull over Jersevs in class for bull and Mr ChcviMt YJt alo the highest price Wc are iilad to note the tood work was paid for bun that any bull e er of our deputy sluriff. W S. Drje, in brought on the Island at public auction Ecmnj alter tue iNMnicjiKers ai ooiun HcIcsccnds ;Hrict from champions Toik and at this nlace From all ap I'lvmir Fox and Imported Fern Lace Shelbv Sultan' is cut of a cow of W pearances there is an amount of whisky beins; distributed here amoiiK the boy1. I. Scoot's breeding of Scoot's Station Shelbv county, Ky., (one of Kentucky's Ml law aludinK citizens should lo ail best Jersey mcnl Coming from the in their noucr to aid in catchini; bootleBRers and then see that they arc noted Sensa f.mily, that has produced him so many prize winning aud high sent up for it. Rev Dlk. an cvatiKilist of the West, vielding cows. His first dam is Miss will hold a scries of mcetincs at the Siscla by Senea's Hero bred by W I. on May 9 Scott and by Sensa's Pride, with 15 in Christian church, He will probablv be assisted by his list and Sensa his dam with a test of 21 wife and two other ladies, also little pounds in 7 days and fiilieriting tl.e son. James Proctor, Wesley Delk, five-ye- best blood of the Island direct from old. who beats a drum, sinus and St. Helia. Butter King ami Torment This royally bred prays like a man. The meeting will and tuberculin tested young bull will make the pre-coptinue for several dav. Rev Blain preached at the M. E. cnt season at mv farm near Stanford Ky., at $500. Money due when ser church Sunday evening. vice i rendered. privilege Return granted. F. REID. John Anderson Sells Property C. I(, Martin, of Danville, boiiKht the house riiid bit in the Highlands, of. DanTO THE PUBLIC ville, owned bv John Anderson of this I rcpicseut the largest and best city, for which lie paid $1300. clothing house in this eoiiu try Ed V. Price & Co, Chicago, III, NOTICE My experience in measuring and diThe following whose names appeared recting the making of your clothes, the deluu'ueut poll tax list, as pub- gives me the advantage over one wh in lished in the last issue of this paper is not a practical tailor, If vou will had paid their poll tax, before saiel give me vour order 1 will promise you list was published. Am sorry same oc a sipiare deal. Vou will get the worth currcd . of your inoney either in the cheaper Stanford grades or the higher priced, Mv spring llrccdlove, Jas, Sr, line of samples are r.ovv ready for your McCarley, V. R. inspection. Call and let mc show- - ou . Potts, A. X Preston, Mat. Masons' Meetlno Terry, Will. I.lnroln Lodge No. 00 "'. m A. M., metfa lu Walls, )no. G. atalt-cuiumunicntion on earn f iret aud tbird 'llios. hails. Morday nighti of each month Ht 7 o'clock It tielr hall on Main Hint. Htanfurl, Ky Meoi J. W. Ilryant. br ol aisler lodjraVV. fraternally milted to Crab Orchard lltKI.ANO. B'r, J Magee, Sam. Maxwell. Henry. I eece. W. H. Pleasants, J. T. Is NATURE'S Raiuse), Sam. Waynesbure Disinfectant. Afhley, W. II. Keleae that dammd.u Blla and meat llorton. W. C. e! four Ilia tro rallatrad. Mollycaddl Lutes, Jnei. Luatlvee d not Uuch tho LIVER. Staniphley, Albright. (May Apple Keel) int. Padaphrllln W D. Johnson. PoUoLmx U Padaphjllln with tb Vif Hustonville Ukoa cut. Pads, Milton I), rAavi Trjf llerrin, Marshall. - M. 1). McO.rm.ickn. ." n ," When thla tuba la Inllamrd r brarlnc an.1 whfn rnmbltnff aonud or la lb rianlt, and It I. rnilrrlr tIuphmJ n ami ntileaa thr inrlaramitl.m ran be taken thla tutte rratnml to Ita ipirmal rundltlotT near li.r will t dtnyed fnreTeri iilne eaara tail ,if Ua are envd Iit fatarrh. whlrli Is notlilni: but an Intlamei rondltloti .f the nmrxia enrfarca. e Will fife IHMI IIDDUnsi imiini i.r mnj vm-- v I luirfwt ZT A Good DrujJ Store TT TAKKS more than a .stock tf tiroes and (,'ikhI intentions to make u ukJ drujj .slorc. It miuircs an intimate knowledge ) rii;hinst nifasuriiiij and miiinj;, Iiiclt comrs only aflc-- " careful .study and exiwrit'iirc. Ymir will tw pnirx-rlfilled at our store Wo have every modern facility and we ktiow kew. l-- f f Sronnj's 2)ruff THE REXALL xStore STORK Agents for y Candies 1 CR0SSETT SHOE v4feSoJ Si "MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" shoot ua up nervous forco, even when your feet In ore at real. aa in action, every muacle of your foot it at per feet eat a in tho CROSSETT Shoe. e, sou) jx ' 70IIW jii'ntr $4 and 5$ thc ROBINSON'S STANFORD, Condensed Report of KENTUCKY ar s Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, March 4, 1914 "Honor Roll Bank" RESOURCES: made-to-on- fcdUncofn County Bonds 132,500.00 Profits Banking House and . Cimibiinn IMxturcs - fi.500.00 nm. ii.,,m Due from Banks Cash - - 31.225 23 ;DCP0,,! $m'm'97C,l'l LIABILITIES: 5100,000.00 -- 107,639.01 100,000.00 221,071.19 $528,710.20 . NONE $528,710.20, LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK "SSSSTiSr "PILE OF STYLE" BILE CLOTHING FOR MEN . The Kind That Look Well and Wear Well. COME IN AND TRY THEM ON. SUITS FROM $10 TO $20 fvecd, L. M. Kutlcr. J. T. Pony Rig Season Is On Hand Now Orders are coming in to be made We, are head-- , special styles, etc. quarters for fancy rigs. Come have one made to fit your child and pony. Will measure your pony and have a set of harness to fit also W. L. McCARTY. W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY, MS)tKe CMU and Soothes" 1 I I II or mmi-up-thar- a la u.l en " M treuii;QUht w,7 ?, Ui a la boulia a.ii tciiwliia wlUt PINE-TAR-HON- J. I L. Beazley & Co., I wLUMBpUMi EY I Ukl 5 II m " i LJAt RICHMOND. KY. J. C. M'atry 4 AN1 EMIALMER W-- j V 1 A Tralnlnn--H W. H. Higgins M cold to -t- ad II tot: It gwa all ov.r tvorrhudr In tb famli, li. tjooika EoiauUi u4u daia'l acaltar, r,'7jrr",,,". fceitia et atin. Bru.ii id 4clur lit "Qraanr." loo. lu At All Prvuj LOO McH t u4 ra f BOURBON POULTRY CURE In irtra ell" Stira. "TUITh W, f jreveiUa und other NJc bottle niedlclne down a chick's throat cures Sapca, A tew drops lu the cure and wultr chuleru, diarrhoea chick Out makes 11 f allou. of At all JruKKl'. bjmiiluand booklet on rttr.ta4laaUEl.alr7 L. lamiil labrruuMlUU ..4 LU. Hum C Kii.b luM la all rswl. Suatwll at ktalarfcr, Vi.Li BaVPVnaBBBVl I ami al iKHaMaHi Bie-aakHwkgmg aU (I BTLJ I Ijlj-h00- 'or Teachers dlce. tent Kow'a" Baur'wn Rtnw4 1'ltEK Co, lailftrtn, Ij It! Ilarlaa Cimihi. TultWariMUia wSWSMtK5.mSwK twlul.!. Ualal.a Tv..khll4. bulMl.i aJurU.. a. Kioatl s.Imi4, a.w a.a..l lal.luirta.ini.aalil''i-"v'-nslr- i' r' k. . au...i v.u vA..k.r 11. Thirl Tv J.a..r JM CMirwa J ft Cttalvnt frw, rrikT. 1,11 It l ' ..,. J. tl. Cltaoaa! .' ....... I. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealers in Furniture Matting, Rugs. FurnJ. UNDERTAKER lure ExchM;ri far aH Kfefc Of PHONE 42 ttwk. Odke PhM 117. Hwk Pfcsflf 3t t I STANFORD. KY. STANF0RI, KENTUCKY. rw W' ,- FfcyW-- l $m- - Swp1!? Tfc t "'t a& THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAIfrOKH, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL SHAKEN INTO Yn"R S"fiES Allen's the antiseptic It rclircs ptinful, smarting tender, nervous feet, and instantly lakes l'ie stini' out of orrts and bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery of makes Allen's the Mge tight or new shoes feel easy. If is a certain relief for swelling, cation, wollrn, tired, aching feet. Always use it to hrciik in new siloes. Try it today. - ........ .. t v :; l.l "r,'"i"v.::.,:-.v.- 'i.... tlt Iv...' ".;:t :::: ... ..,., .a,.. """ packace address Mien S. Olmsted. L Koot-h.aspowr-(Lr. Foot-lCasc I.l..- 21, 10H . SHIH V t& FREE PAINT BOOK JMcTCM pypvidi Mastic PainT "THE KIND THAT LASTS" AA fof Iwautilyllf iltii.ttilrd tool, "Home and How . . B-n to rusi mem, too coioi ura snowing 4) tutor CQ Mft, 01 writi diit lo fEAHK-CABLKIlaeorportJsd, UdnttK If. Lend, reinforced with Zinc Oxide and Genuine Lin. seed Oil in correct proportions is the best paint to use. That'sthe reason painters everywhere use and recommend A SK any painter and he will tell you that Pure White ibur House1 rfhe best paint t for m'ii You'll be proud of your home when it's attractively painted with Mattie Paint. Besides you'll enhance ita value and protect it against th rlmrnU, B aura it's Mattie Paint and you will realize the fullest measure of paint eatitfaction. New Stanford Drug Co., Stanford, Ky. of Ktchmond, was the of his sister, Mrs. Hohert T. iimrc Minday. Mi a l.icric llcarle) was the mieat of her Ms.er, Mra P t SandidKc at Mil. leilKfville last eek 11. Crawford, of Louisville, who represents iht Kentucky Central Life Insurance C. is here this week. Mr mil Mrs. If. It. Morton were the Kiiests of relatives and friends at Wat.irshtirK .Saturday and Sundry. Marion fields apenl Sunda) in with his sisters. Misses Pearl ad drace lfields, who arc attending Mate Notm.il Mr. and Mrs. James llastin and children, of Cleatou, arc the guests of ln parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ha-tat llifililaud. Miss Lettir Helm, who has a n:cc K" eminent Hiilion at WashinKtou ar. rived home Monday for a visit to friemU ami telatiies. Mr. I.. T. Ilrailey and little datiKtiter. Sadie Woodcock, of Shelhy City, were tile quests of Misxs Hazel and Maud Stone laat week. l (rorne Loan haa ,word from Chicago id the acrioua illnes ot his mother, Mrs. N'ancy (.oxan, wlio livea with tier daughter Mrs. Will Todd Jolm Owsley Iteid has returned from Martinsville, hut was not hruefittcd ii much I iy the trip. He was taken in lA'uiaitlle Saturday to uinlerno an opcrattmi. Mrs C C Williams accompanied hy her daughter. Mrs Wet arrived last Friday nilit from Louisville. Mrs. ia improving slowly. Mt. Vernon Signal Mr and Mrs. Jolm N. Minefee have riceiel an announcement of the en avcimnt of their son. GeorK'e to Miss The tameriHi. if llirmuiKham, Ala. wedding will oecurc at Hiniiiiiijtiam II Tnrli-y, Itich-moiii- l. res-eieWil-Ita- U Kinst la!RS?3fa,lto5i ah igoi.. Tim aanala a4 amhf ant a. hihh. BfVKMN IlackMU, udm to M all ralaa. ear nionrf t.ark It II f alUtawlj m of lb arh la rbalrklr rllM ntmnuUri. Sr Mnt.k Nrnraltla, llraaath tK r. I MM EOT COMPANY, PERSONAL and SOCIAL and Mrs. M. I). Karly arc hi uamplicllsviilc tins week'. Miss Myrtle Drown, of I'arkavitlc. is the attractive guest uf Mr. Fdivaul Davis. Miss Sallic Humble, of Somerset, is the guest of Miss Mary Ore Heck at MeKTnncv. t)r. Kill The Catarrh Germ Use llyomel i' i tirr! in h? ml method Jim hriitlic it. Do not delay and continue to sutler catarrh, head colds, iir.iiiiliitu or sniffles. It is not onl) ucidlcas ami minces your friends, hui ilanscroas to vour general health, IIi'kui the llyomel treatment at once It Is one of the easiest, illltkest, anil sin eat was lo clear the head ami iptickly and permanently hanish catarrh Hvomci heiiiR niedicated air immeili-atilretches the sore and irritated antiseptic mciuhrane and liasucs--i- ts and Keriniridat healiiiK hcRins at once Wi will surely like llyomei its re lief is not only immediate hut lasting. Monev refunded hy (i. L. Penny if you are not aatisficd. y . Mrs. Will Dunn, of Crali Oicli.ml, Mfhtinncy. Mrs. Ntickoli and son. Norwood, uf I'ineviltr ,arr the guests of her djttgh-Irr- . Mrs. C. Hays Foster. Mr and Mrs. Claude llilili and baby. the recent guests of London, have of Mr. Will Heck and family Dr. and Mrs. M. M. Phillips, of arc the gucata of her p.ucnts. Mr. and Mra C. A. Itcdd at Cral. Or chard. (Jcorgc Harris, of llirmingham, Ala was here a short time Saturday on his way to Lancaster to via.it retain rs and friends. Mr. Gilbert T. Crmatcad and little datiKtiter. Dorothv, of Richmond, have r tin m d home after a visit to Mrs. J Ik-cLex-'ngtr.- eral day. haR lirrtt c,uilc ill at her home for sev- Caught Five Wild Mallards sin i (ientry captured five wild Mallard ducks tlie other day in a steel trap, and has turned them in with his flock of wild ones, and they have already hcKim In lay. Mr. Gentry lias the finest and nio.t complete collection of vvitr' fowl in this part of the slate. ' ' IS. v . Mr. and Mr. W. II Woraliam, of Corhiu, have rrturnrd home after a vlait t Urr narenia. Mr ami Mr J. F, Cover. Mrs. G. W. Martin and Mm Myrtle Sutherland, of Lhingaton, have return-ti- l home after a visit to Mrs. W H. Hud ;uati. "Mi llcrta Jean Penny, of the of Music, of Cincinnati. xnt the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrsv C. L Penny. Misses Mary Marri. of tawrrncc-Juiri;- . and Marjorie Crigshy, of Itards-'towiient the I'aater Indldays uneata of Mia Hester Katherine McC'orni.ick K1iclliviltc Sentinel. Mrs. F.lia Portman anil Mia Mice PrJjjht and Maater Marion Corkrell. of Van Dorn. Ala., arc here viaititiK Mra l. O. Cockrclt ami other relatives -.Ml. Sterling Advocate. M Mias Kdna C'ammtx. Mra. Tate. Hr. O. S. Williams and Mr 1. Conn, composed an auto party Irom . It lifts: cits, who svitncacl the tdav. ".loa-jt-am! Ills Itrfthreti" at the II n ti in LiiiRtoti. Dans ille MosaeiiRcr i. Harris. mr 01 ine inosi mieresimi; visitor iluritiK tlie past week to l.exiniilon was Mi rmma I lay, ol Manfnrtl. who is, aside from Shelton Saufley, tic moat iuiiortant connection of the Stanford Interior Journal. Miss Hays ha liccn with the Interior Journal for lUint three )ear years, and iluritiK that time she haa perfected herself in incliiilinp operating til departments, the linotype machine, as well as help-owith the m.ike-tWhite lulitor Saufley w:i at Frankfort in attend Mice uion the Legislature, of which he tncmtirr from Lincoln county, he work of Kcttimj out tliia splendid was done hy this vt4ttiz lidi. who has shown rare talent '1 the L'T-'- e and is th of ihe Interior Journal staff -- I cxitiuton Leader. n V In Miint r If I 'niter. moo.; ami other relatnes in the lluhhle I ins ia .Mr. hutlon s section tni. hack to l.m.oln aimr he left Here lit- leeti scars ago for his health. viilini' Itrinht Sutton, of N'ew Mexico, is irt 'aaa artni-week- nei,-"a"e- r A-- . Sauk Q&M&OTl Is it possible there is a woman in this country who continues to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial after all the evidence that is continually being published, which proves beyond contradiction that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffering among women than any othcrone medicine in the world? We have published in the newspapers of the United States more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been published in the interest of any other medicine for women and every year we publish many new testimonials, all genuine and true. Here are three never before published : ILL "For the iwnefltof women who suffer fis I lmvo I rlono I wish to Bttito what Lydiii K. Pinklmm'H Vegetable has done for me. I did khiio heuvy liftintf and the doctor Kaid it caused u displacement. I lmvo ulwuyu Iven weak mid I overworked after my baby was liom and inflammation set in, then nervous from whleh I did not ivcnver until I had taken I'dia E. Pik-LamVegetablo Coiuioun(l. The Compound is my best friend and when I hear of a woman with troubles liko mine I try to induce her to tako your iiiedlcino." Mrs. S. T. I.ichmoni, 1U0 Wuldo Street, PnovniKNCK, Cohi-khuhmvs-tmtio- Bannister Duncan Mra I'rancia HaniMcr. of Hradforda-vjlland Mr. Charles I. Duncan, of (iravil Switch, were married Wednesday aftermxni at thtec o'clock, at the resid-'iirof Mrs. Ilanister's siatcr. Mra Tun near Gravel At the opera house Saturday night LANCASTER . Switch, James C. Rawlins. offi- Corporation pre I), cattnc Mrs. Duncan is a sister of Mrs. Paltie visit l.ill is at home after the Continentalin Film Land of Kgvpt." a sent "Joseph the with tier daughttsr, I. M. Kama, of Lehanon Mr. Duncan a protracted 1). Historical Mutual special in four part i a prominent and influential farmer Mrs 1.. C. liarnard in Washington, C lincaster will have a street fair at Gooch Mason Plants at Crab Orchard Jpsac Mason, an energetic youiiK far- an early dale in May. Tlie Little John sit kinds of vegetable plant for alc who has field a fair here on at L. 1. Sanders, mer of this countv. ami Mis's Dora II Company, Crab Orchard. ffio - ivh, 21, were married at the home two other occasions promises to draw ot Kev. osepli Ilallou hy him this a large crowds as of yore. most interesting revival is being week. This couple had the hest wishes of their many friends and relatives a conducted at ihe Itaptist church in this A HIGH GRADE STALLION city. 1 he xpular pastor, Rev. J. W. h tppj union. lleagle. is being assisted in the preacji-:n- g My high bred ChestLianil song service by Rev. S. C. nut Nrrel Stallion will make the SeaDarrell Lamb lts, a former pastor of the church. son of 1914 at my barn on the old fair ,.r llcar rral alm.s am(i ;l The Merchant of Venice, a most inat orhoard ami Miss Ada Darrell. of near teresting play will he given by the grounds high Hustonvillc. Ky. He is 10 hands weight 1.3X1 pound. He ... ,1.,. r,i. . orri,ar.j. : ...,ri. .....rr,,.,! , class during commencement will serve a limited number of marcy Senior ' I .1... me oriuc .1. wecK. nc lirnle week. Miss Ollie Dean is instructing at d5 mis to insure a living colt, season is tlie attractive daughter of Mr. and the pupil in their various parts. due when marc is parted with, or leavMrs. II. L. Murrell. Mr. A. T. Anderson and sister. Miss ing the county. This stallion is by Amanda has received the information Ashland Brook and out of standard Motart Recital Friday Afternoon of the (.crimi illness of their brother, bred trotting marc. He has proven to The Mozart Cluh will give their Mr. Robert Anderson at his home in be a great breeder, having his colts to first open session Fridav afirnioon Harper, Kas. Mr. Anderson is ill of "show for him. His colts are all sadI at 2:M) at the Graded ScIuh.1 hnihl-- , pa rah si. dle colts, with good style and action. Ml are cordially invited to come. Mr. and Mrs. J. T Holtzclaw, arc at Call and see a good horse before bo:ue after a winter's stay in Kansas. breeding tinv comes. Spring Millinery Opening rkansas. Oklahoma. Texas anil Cuba. JIM REED Miss Fannie Bishop, who like hci 1 will also KverlKl is cordially invited to stanil .he ereat mill.- - inck n open niR of spriiiK and summe-hat- s deceased mother is gifted with tier r.lim Retd. the well known mule iack at my store at HiRhtand Fridav ntvdle, gave a ijuilt, of the basket pat- by the old jack of Jim Reed's. Having tern, she pieced in her girlhood days to sold his colts at $100 at weaning time and Saturday. Mrs. C M. Youub. the C W. It. M. auxiliary. and is a fine breeder, having "colt to Miss Sallic F.lkin left this week for a show for him here. He ha a lame IMPORTANT TO ALL WOMEN visit to her sister. Mrs. II bone and Ins colts have good hone and READERS OF THIS PAPER '' liatley in California. 'style, lie will stand at $10 to insure a At the spilling match on Friday ev- living colt. Money due when marc ts 'Ihoiisands upon tlioitsands of worn ening at the school auditorium, the fol- parted with or left the county. en !n,vc kidney or bladder trouble and lowing prizes were awarded for the B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, never suspect it. Ky. Women's complaint often prove to bc3t speller on the floor: Lucien M. Orant $5. The next $2.50 to Miss he ui'thiU! else but kidney troubles, or the result of kidney or bladder ifiscasc. F.lira Smith a third $1 to Miss Dctsy If the kidneys arc not in a healthy Kinnaird. Messrs, James House and David Standing at Hustonville condition, they may cause llicothrr orDui'derar have the largest crop of hemp I will stand the two great draft gans to become diseaccd. You may suffer a great deal with evtr put out in tiarrard county, It con horses WAT.MAN and FRF.XCH for I hey hope to realsists ol HO acres. the season of 1914 at my farm near i.iin in the back, bearing down ize an enormous yield from the product Hustonville. at the tow sum of $10 each Iieadache and loss of ambition. Mr. C. D. Powell, merchant of this to insure a living colt. Prior health makes you nervotia, ir- i dace, received the information, of the Watitiian is an imported German ritable and mav be despondent ; it death of Ins brother. Mr. C. F. Powell coach horse. He sold for Sd.(KX) orimakes any one so. it Woodstock, Casey county. The de- ginally. 1 have used him two seasons Hut hundreds of women claim that (iK years of age and is surand his colls show for themselves what Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Kno- t, hy rcsior-itit- f ceased was betie can do, all coming large size and health to the kidnevs, proved to be vived by a widow and six children sides just Ihe remedy needed lo overcome having several brothers, an only sister with lots of style. His colts show too died several months ago. well what he does, to need an extended such conditions. Clinton II. llastin. son of Mr. and description, A fjood kidney medicine, possessing H. Iliatin of thin citv is inMrs. French I a I'erchcron, and a Comreal Iicalinu and curative value, should making good in bis adopd hornet pany horse originally and sold for 'l 'ie a Mcss'iii to thousands of nervous, deed Detroit, Mich. He recently was probought hint in Metcalf county. d women. moted for the third time with the firm where he has done splendid work in Many send for a sample bottle to 'n whom he is employed. the stud. He produces splendid colts sec whit Swamp-Roothe great KidF. I.. Owsley, who has been the big stylish fellows with fine Ume Mr ney, I.ticr and Illaddcr Kemedv will nioyiug a winter' stay in Orlando, atu shape. He will attract attention do for lliein. "'very reader of this pa- Fla.. i expected home next week. anywhere and is the kind of a breeder per, who Ins not alreadv tried it, hv The Womans' Club gave a handsome owners of mare are looking for. He encloaim-te- n cents to I)r Kilmer Thursday evening at their weighs 1,800 pounds and gets colts like on ninghamton. N. Y., mav receive olith rooms, . going expected him sample sire bottle hy Parcel Post. You ' present the club with awas choice book also have two or three fine, big an purchase tlie regular fifty-ceand f some good author remule bleeding jacks which I will also ic bottles at all drug freshments ices and cakesDelicious were served. stanil at $12 and $10. slot rs. Waller Chenault Hudson, left the J K. Baughman, Hustonville, Ky. last week for his new cruise He went HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT e. hv-v- first to jrv Vork ,fn)m whence he sailed for Panama, thence lo Chili on an engineering expedition. Miss Annie llellc llurnside, a student at the Cincinnati Conservatory, of Music is at home with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. ti llurnside. Miss Frank) c Katiffman is in at the bedside of her grandmother. Mrs. Mary Kauffiuan, who is very dl. , Fannie May Mills has returned a tcr ? i.er Par. , ir. ami Mr. (. Mills. M, r:,r Schastin. of Richmond. ,x"- I ha ' been the recent guest of Misac.s I'rather. I Ilessie ami I Mr lOid Mrs J. W. Sweeney and Miss MT. ZION farKr.lii Simpson were in Danville for the Wr arc having tots of rain and dedication of handsome new $oO,X)0 mers are behind with their work. ' Mr. R. A. Smith Is on the sick list, Christian church. Rev. I). M. Walker and Mra. alker.' with :. rcrc cold, of Stanford, were recent visitors in Mr. Pecca Denny and children of Lancister the liroughlontown vicinity, wire the Miss Ftlith Wood has returned lo her gin st of her sister, Mrs. Ida Thomphome in b'tdnrado, lit., after a visit son Saturday and Sunday'. Willi her sister, Mrs Woods Walker. Mr. Olllc Chappcll, son of Mr. and Mis. James Chappell, of Chappcll s Cap Miss Elizabeth Spalding Dead dud on the 15th and was buried the ground at Mrs. Kliz.ahcth Siiahlittg died af lur 16th in Ihe old burying Kphcsus churhc. Mis death was due to home in Lebanon Wrdncsday, of heart consumption. Itii friends and loved trouble. Mr Spalding h.ui not been ones have ttic sympathy of all their good hiallli for several week, hut her trouble was not considered serious, and friends in their tune of grief. 1 he measles arc raging here now. So for only two days was her illness con sidered of a dangerous nature Mrsi many have lluni. paining is survivcil liy the tolIimuiK wife and Mr Arthur Hlankeuship Mettle am ii ciiiulrcir baby are very ill from the effects of Mr. Hen Spalding, of Libation: M mcastcs. srs Robert Spalding St. Joseph, Mo Mi and Mr. Thurmau Warren are W I'. Spalding, of Atlanta, (ia., and vcrv ill with measles their many Richard Spalding, of Wheeling. W. Ya fiu'iid hope for a speedy recovery. - The funeral services will l .cnihi.k.l Dr. at St Augustine's church this Mr. liob Turner has iM.ughl morninu indies' farm. at III o'clock, and interment will lie in Mrs. R. A. Smith and children have St. Augustine's been visiting relatie. of Woodstock. preach here Rev. Liinijstoii will PARKSVILLE next Sunday. F.van Poling sold to O. T. and R. M n Rogers ha moved to lieorge (iri-eA) acres of timber land. on Mr. Henry Hubbard' Mrs, Joseph Morgan and daughter, place. Mis Flla Menifee was the guest of of Harrodshurg. have returiud home Mrs. Ida Thompson Saturday c) citing' alter a visit to Mr. Morgan's mother Miss Ida Murrell and Mr. Jim Lamb Mr. !. H. Read Homer Hooper, one of the efficient were ut,:tcd in tho holy bonds of Saturday evening at Henry L. ii N' telegraph operators, i visit ing his uncle, A. U. Hooper and f.unib M urn-It'sMr. Tom Smith has come homclrom at Corhiu. Maatir O. II. Murphy, the bright little lTOsittgl'm and High P.ridge Mrs. Ida Thompson has a severe at- son of Mr. and Mrs. O. 11. Murphy who has been suffering from an attack tack of cold. Rev. John F.Wcr ha been very busy of pneumonia, is belter. C. I). I lagan, pitting his car of fertilizer hauled out. pointed postmasterwho has recent h- apto succeed Samuel Cynthia Rogers is at home now. Louise Simpson has been ill for the It. Westerfield at this place, assumed charge of the office last week. Mr nat wcik. Mrs. "inna (iriffiu lias been out on llagan keeps the office up to the high sfam'arl it ha attained under, the rei visit from Conway. tiring Mr. Albright went to Iowa and mar- kicking officials there will be verv little or knocking. ried. c M-I CASTORIA utV For Infants nnd Children. '''"vine cn. .- - fa1 . p iWi1 The Kind You Have Always Bought AI.COHUL 3 PF.Il riKvi- AclaUcrrrp.irailfmfx,j-slmll.iliiKihcFooJantlRWul- f. !,' IC07.I lillicSiouUKlwandJJoMtlsof Bears the Signature of Promotes Digcstionfltff rf and Ito'Contalns nciilrr Opiimi.Morphine Not Nahc otic. JtxJnm JhrMtlUtl-MuM nor Mutual AW In .lis Hw)ip mj firrfn : . An(rfeflItTOedvrorCiTIA t Ion , Sour Stotnach.DIfrla WorrasJCom-Jlsionsjevtnw Use For Over ncss and Lo ss or Sleep. Tac Simile Si Jnafurf or CEHTAun Compass; 1 ccim-tcrv- . The Sc NEW YORK. Thirty Years Hrotlgn-tontow- iM.i.i.iiii.iri Guaranteed t CASTORIA THB mat-rimo- Exact Copy of Wrapper. ctnraun cowaiv, "tw voaa errr. . USE H. & W. Pure itlTFAIOT"i insurance -- 1 1 Prepared Paint fire with by other as (ire as 'good Glen Brook You protect your house against loss hy why not protect it against loss elements. Sun, rain nnd snow are just as destructive H. & VV. PAINT is just as important .,cr 1 1 11111111-0- 1 1 Good paint, properly applied, improves the appearance and prolongs the life of any building. You cannot afford to waste time and lalmr in applying cheap paint that will not cover ns far nnd last as long as H. & W. PURE PREPARED PAINT. Has been sold right in your community for insurance. years. Ask your dealer about its quality and for names of property owners who have used our brand. ON SALE BY Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. d As 3 -- , si ii aisjuflof meat "'in Ml of oodDoints Two Great Stallions feet-iuk- I 'in1 i 1 . $..-4(- over-worke- 1 t, Come in AutOHiatcEeMf erator Pence & Hill, Stanford, Ky. Go To and let us show you the I 1 one-doll- The People's tuc What roof. Market Place Adver-YoHave to Sell u . NEAR DEATH BY SMOTHERING But Husband, With Aid of Cardui Effects Her Deliveraace. BOSSEAU i 1IAT J. W. Stewart to paint your He will cliarKe you JO cciilsi a 27-- I will stand my fine registered Bosteau at mv farm on the Stanford and Hustonville pike, one mile East of Hustonville for the season of 1914 From Mrs. 5. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I. sitiare. at $15 TO INSURE T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House 1 : A LIVE COLT DIAMONDS at great reductloa til July 1st. W. II. Mueller. un31-- 1 ii, 'a Providence, It. I. ' r-- 4 V r1 Cloquet, Minn. "I have (suffered very much with irregularities, 's mm and inflammation, but your wonderful medicine, J,ydia K. , Vegetablo has inudo mo well and I can lveoiiimeua the Biuno to till that uro troubled with theso wminlaints." Mra. Akkhman, eo ilov. IC. Akhioian, Clotiuel, Miunesola. ' From Mrs. J. D. Murdoch, Quincy, Mass. PpuTii Qoinov, Mas "'llio doctor said tlmt I luul orgiiniulroiiblo and ho doctored mo for a long tinio and I did not get any relief. I paw i,yuw js. nnknam s vegetauio ioiniounti and I tried it and found relief before I hud finished tho first bottle. I continued taking it nil through middle life and am now a strong, healthy ) woman and earn my own living." Mrs. Jane D. II II rink-IiamCom-iound- A Minister's Wife Writes: Mukuocu, 25 Gordon St., South Quincy, Muss. wem TTIl vs Z UtaePIiBri4w ifarS ." MBteWrite LYBIA K.P.'.Nk HAM MEDICIKE CO. (CONFIHENilAL) I.V.N.N, MA8S..foradvlce. Ytmr lettatt will be by a wwwi nnd rr bu In utrlct conlldenec, ops-ue- ri'ad niitl unswereil Draper, N C Mrs. Helen Dalton, o( this place, says: "1 sullcred for years POl'.'I).-- A lady's blue serge coat with pains in my left side, and woul. pike near the ollen almost sinollicr to dealh. on the Prcachersvtllc bridge. Owner can get same by calling Medicines patched me up for awhil. at this office and paying for tins .id, but then 1 would get worse again. Final Iy, my husband decided he wanted mc t try Cardui, the woman's tonic, so lit FOR SACK Aicttnla at a bargain, bought mc a bottle and I bcran using it condition, It did me more good tlian all the medifinish and in iirt-clas- s making splendid music, .owner wishes cines had taken. :o purchase a larger one. Apply tins I have Induced many of my friends 1( JO tf ffve !ry Cardui, and they all say they hav iccn benefited by its use. There neve has been, and never will be, a medicim FOR SALIC -- One Twentieth Ciraphophone, in perfect condi- jo compare with Cardui. I believe It i l good medicine for ail womanly tion, lour minute attachment, fine four tif records, nnd two enterminute. Great for For over 60 years, Cardui lias been rr tainments and a moving picjurc ihnw hving woman's sufferings and buildup women up to health and strength. Apply to lock box I9J, Stanford. Ky. W-If you are a woman, give it a fair trial A should surely help you, as it has i WRIT I', me, telephone ine, come and iiilllion others. tee ine about your house, carriages, Get a bottle of Cardui and automobile painting. Paper hanging KfaJltlna CJiaitanoota U'ntt a specialty. Shop on West Main street AJvujry Dart.. Cli&ttoui. Tana, Co Udlai' for Stniu. Telephone in residence, No. J. J. Unru.lumi on your cat. ina C4p DooU.'Hoir Iiulmarjfor auir.j,"inpl4lA wrapper, W.O. ISI Ikldcn, Stanford, Ky. 1 Ccn-'ury trou-iles.3 y. 6-- R & Bronilev. Insure vour urooertv wl'h Bromlcv Stanford. Kv. is a fine bic boned animal. neighs 2,000 pounds and is just the Kind to breed to, to get your big mule mares. R. L. BERRY, Hustonville Ky. Bojseau for SEED CORN, FIELD SEED and Garden Seed SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Rex O'Dare NO. 5000 Ily Chester I'eaviue N'o. 3W by Rex l'cavmc No. 1795, Ily Rex McDonald. S3J; 1st dam Kthel D. No. 8S56; 2nd dam Trtxie Quick No. 8855; Jrd dam Maud M. Hav, left hind fmit white, lb hands high, foaled 1910. Will make the sea son of !'1'4 at my stable on tha. Stanford and Shelhy City pike, six mills ftim .Stanford at $10 to insure a living colt. No servici' on "sunday L, If. MESSER, Stanford, Kentucky. COATS FOR SALE To reduce my flock I have a few goats for sale. To one who has "bush" land they are better than a grubbing hoe, more profitable and hardier titan sheep. Fearless of dogs and better browsers than either sheep or cattle. To clear land, thev are invaluable. Cat! ti or address. J. If. QUINSF.NIH- RRV. Mgr. Arabia, Lincoln countv. Ky, 2V 8 Railroad station, South Fork. - CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May (Oth SI .50 WliiHlwii Round Trip ir 1 .50 Round Trip """ SPECIAL TRAIN I ii Uam JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. 29-t- f. prr . THK INTKRtOft j- -T 5 JOtfNAL ITAlfTOKPKlimFCKT. . .'ly.iJi: rw aaaum -- 11, h t JT m Scrubs Fatten Quickly T The Fire Department of You want your p1s to eat as much H possible when you fatten them. Olve them ft great variety of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestion in good order, and you will obtain the desired result; especially If you mix with the grain ration a dose ol t put inme hoi i In cmhfct-tflokf- tfec pen to . Holsteins, Jerseys, Ayrestih COW"9A r, us' J ? STANFORD, KY. Bee Dee Wheta the afpetlte-Hel- fe- STOCK MEDICINE digestion. their Irtd. I loon tun) lint, hralihf-lookihof. wnicn nciica mc over pounds. 11. Klner, DjnttTie, W. V. In Shorthorns .:J tAi-'x AT . AI ir'Tir.NJ On the Bloomtleld 23c, floe Mid II. per, cm. p. a4 On Saturday, April 35th', Beginning at 11 O'clock A. M. AT F1NCHVILLE, KY. I WILL lvM VJof the L. ft vi s.ti -j m km COURT HOUSE SQUARE invites you to attend a big I Located on the THE WHITNEY SHOWS . tH wr i yj FURNISH ALL ATTRACTIONS Beginning Monday, April 20 Closing Saturday, April 25th ,m it 'THe fflT A 90-Fo- ot High Dive Every Day at 4 and 10 Colored Minstrels The Wrestling Show t i i . Philipino Wonder Snakeoh, The Marvel-T- he The Human Roulette Wheel, A Riot of Fun The $10,000.00 Carousal, Finest Riding Device Ever Here. Brass Band -- - Free Acts - No Gambling games J U llcarlcy sold to J S Turpin, a for $50. I at the cemetery S. Turpin, I'Ok SM.r Two wool clippiiiK .V W carpenter, .Murci.mii, sold tn 11. 1'. Shew maker, of MurclaiuU machine! $.v..-0-. . cow for J M Martin, ccral miles cast o( a T W Jones, a local stock dealer Stanford, sold to Robert Ilcncdict, a two cows and a calf from R. C Ixntht mare for ?o5 riiold for $o7 m A 1 Nminilley Mild two jxiiiic to Will R dailies, out on Route Is sold of Columbia, Adair to 1 Nobctt K WmK, . Jones, a hum.li of hogs at SI J5 cotiiU) for riviht cents ver Miund eit) I0I111 Stone, a carpenter of this Ch.itlfr nd Kevin Carter are paying clear wool. See ImiiiiikIu of K h Morton four hoal 21 centi for good, tf at M dollars per licail. them before you sell. near Rowland. II Stewart, of J John Prhctt, of the Pleasant Point It 1' Martin. oMtowlaml. section bought a marc of C P. Ilrown, Itii;lit i( of lite same section for J150. a boric (or wlncli lie paid $50. Wm Waldcit, of llojle :ounty. re T A. Ilrent, out on Houtc A, nld to Mrs W jonc, twelve hous at $8 per eentlt purchased a imilc from T Ma 1st. for $330 Mollic Clark, of hundred to be farmer on U M Ware, a A. Price, fif Lancaster, sold liis" Kontc A. IhiiirIiI of J. M. rettiu. a rtnc tack. Thomas Kccnc, lr, to Jones marc at a fancy L. Anderson, of Prcachersville, for$(0) coniuiK rcccitly Lexincton, I. K Cook, of price. olil sold a Kentuok) saddle liorse at d U I. Hortnn. local Mock dealer 60 kiiiih1 RidiiiK Ncailemv, New York City, to lame II Wright fourteen half cents per for S0X) IioM :.t jCACtt and a iiontift John Duncan, of LatiranKe, sold a W M Hnulit. cashier of the I.ii pair of extra large horse and mare N'ational Hank. sold rnln fount mulrs H Chas XtchiMiit, of Chestnut lllackcrby of Route 1, an ex-t- Grove, for $4o5 UM Ktvod cow for $55 Cavwood l McClintock. of Paris, (rrcei (much, of ,ancliiirt:. sold sold this week to llord Armstrong,' of to R ! Horton. of thi cit. a sow PIcniiiiRsbtirK. two head of general pur posp hores for 52H5 wttuhinif 325 M)imd and a II V Hillemnejer. the Lexington shoat at ix ciiits per pound sold to fruit man, savs the recent cold snap did V l.eiub. of Hustotnillc. II a suck-liii- d little or no damage to the crops, and R S Scudder of McKinncx. colt for $1W Mr I.ci(!h i to care predicts a large fruit iebl this vear X Pox. stock dealers of for the colt until wc.inmj; tunc. VF will in the future, rccuxc wool Danville, sold tn Robert Itright eigb steers and to onlv at the depot in Stanford, and onl Iren head of of each week Wilson bxaniter of Hedgeville, twent) on the first three ihi 31) 0 steers J T) lads and Son. wool bums he?d "f R F Horton. one of the prominent Over m Hovle. C R Martin, a promlocil stock dealers, sold to Hcnrj, inent stock denier .liought of Chari" Murphx. of Mt Sterling . four cows, .inarsd.ill. a draUr. a sow and eight one carlinc and a calf for $18.1 Mr. shoats. a Durham cow and calf of Wright ten Hugh Tarkingtoti, for $o5 and sold to Horton also sold to J H hogs shoats and a sow at secn cents per Mr l:ips. tvveiit)'-niu- c nound at eulit icnts ier ouml prominent RC Sterling mir one of the rnold f; C Anderson, of Mt st.ick liuxers, of Lincoln county, bought chased the fitivn farm near Mt Salem 'of Korestus Rcid. of Danville, sivtceii paving $132 per acre for same This piV farm lies aliout of a mile at right cents Iiok pound outside of the city limits and contains We are in the 80 acres The farm is tmimprovol exTO THh V RMKRS firm cept for a tenant house and tobacco wool business for the Mr Anderson is a son-i- n law of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, barn of Springfield. Tenn, and will pa) of F P Woods of this city ,... J 11 Itaughman and T W tones illgucsi prices lor same ,c ,.uu trade See us before ou sell I. O took up a fine bunch of 32 fat feeders which the liought at It I) Holtwlavv's Fads & Son, Mfrcd. Stanford, Kj. have 1IWL a draft stallion, (.coojc sale earlv in the vear and which drove Hur, Jr, that will make the season ot been on feed there since, and lOU i ... t.t ir.. ot, tlif Snmtrrt Hike tbrm to Mr Itaughman s farm near at $10 to insure. Will also stand one Sbclhv City Tucsdav where they will mt the host muie tacks in Kentucky at It-- out on urnss. mt iMUgiiinan lt $10 to m.surc l.nnirtie will also maKc don- - a great deal of improving on the the season at the same place at $10 a dace he bouglit from the Iturke heirs month He u the finest little Shetland and ' getting it in snlcr.dtri condition in the stale and has won overthem all M S iijugliman, Stanford. Ky FARM AND STOCK NEWS Bdc!j J". cow SELL TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER 35 FRESH DAIRY CuW' !.,.': ' 31-- Of these, 20 are New York Holsteins; 2 registered and 4 grulv'Jtf srys, 3 reelstered Ayreshlres. 2 crde Amshirei and 4 Short HetM, These cows are all fine milkers and have calves by their tides. AU'of tk . iiotstetns anf Ayresnires were orougm trom new York to supply. , growing demand of our local dairymen for large-an-d rich milkers Among the Ayreshlres that wil be sold Is a winner of tea graM championships,, four of these over cows of atl breeds, and two other of these cows are a daughter and xraaddaughter of the above. . At the same time and place, I will jell 2 registered H4teU bulls, Italy for service, 2 registered Holsteln cows and 20 youngVgttdt Holsten ' calves. dcli.it well-know- n john l. hopkins: & . -aM Automobiles will meet the C. at snelbyvtlle. Transportation iren. 0. k and Southern ptoraitg trslas-- ' ..tim Dnr-lan- t i '- ra Roots & Herbs d CHARLIE WHITE-MOOTic CiwW; Bohlht w osioiNaron or IRH.1S i GOD'S MEDICINES C0M-CEL-8A- Compounded nccordlnp to the Orifrlnal A: Formulaa & Roclpoa of Charlie Whiter Moon, Tho Cow. boy Borballtt, for tha.troAttnant "of human nllmonU. Endorsed in tho Bible. Thousands of Testimonial. the SCIENCE SOPE, for tho u Groat Body-Toniman Skin Only. Ask your druggiat, or write c. Tx-jlusl- vo ii " Wilt k'BlDlll CE1IHC MOIU Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 West Broadway WHITE-MOO- N coNxn-u- tciisct tort Louisvirte, KMtwky sseasssaassssBBsssssiassssBssssssssstssaBSBaBBaBSxaaEasSB9asi i M d three-fourt- FEEDS I well-know- n 1 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, $1.60 per 100 lbs. makes fat Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks- $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfced to mis with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 11 Car Northern Seed just in. GOING ON NOW - comteotn? or Do Kentucky Gentleman 5167 Kenluck) DEFECTS? E0HES. BURNS, SCALDS. nill'lSES. CHAI'irD HANDS AND UPS. TETTER. ICZEMAT GotAny See Capt. Van Sickle Make His High Dive Twice Daily All Shows Open Till Next Saturday iDcnd JSc. t dox M iK. rou rod want rUr Thi jflaa hl litstore mouch la th to Night at Midnight. Antiseptic Salve "Tilt It Br Tho B.U" ifCl. It U tnow wblta tni inoir pure mli II doesn't 4a th work, Kt rour moscr ts. 1 Colt Futurity COUNTY OF LINCOLN THE K. of P. FAIR ASSOCIATION WERE SO WELL PLEASED WITH THE SUCCESS OF THEIR rUTURITY STAKE OF LAST YEAR THAT THEY HAVE DECIDED TO HAVE IT AGAIN THIS YEAR. THE PURSE WILL BE $100.00 AND AN ENTRANCE FEE OF $500 WILL BE THE ENTRIES WILL POSITIVELY BE CLOSED CHARGED. ON JUNE THE 1, 1914. ENTRY BLANKS, AND ANY FURTHER CHEERFULLY FURINFORMATION DESIRED WILL BE NISHED UPON APPLICATION TO Winners on the Track and In the Show Ring Against the Best in the Land The only real proof of the individuality and soundness of the stallion Is the show ring. It gives Melrose Farm great pleasure to again offer the horses, Thistle Doune, winning race record 2:09 of the on the grand circuit and winner of the champion roadster stallion class at considered by many the Kentucky State Fair, 1913, and Chlmewood, 2: IP the handsomest trotting stallion in the world, winner of the Trotting bred stallion class at the Kentucky State Fair, 1913. who recently sold for $40,000.00 in Europe and Baldy McGregor 2:06 Lassie Mc Gregor, who recently sold for $10,000.00 in this country, are a who is himself the sire of Zuli-k- a brother and sister of Thistle Doune, 2:09 and who has a large number and Madora Doune (2), 2:26 2:29 of colts in training in the hands of Kentucky's famous reinsman, Ben Kennedy, and it is confidently expected that a number will race to fast records this ytar Chimewood has the distinction of being more sought after by Government Commission than any stallion in America, and they offered the largest price. $3,000 00 cash, they offered ior any stallion, which was refused. TERMS are Thistle Doune, $35.00 to Insure; Chimewood, $23.00, to Mares kept on grasx at owner's risk. For further irrformatlon and extended breeding with descriptive catalogue, address. ker-vic- es well-kno-4 4, -4 4, e. W. P. KINCAID, Sec'y Stanford, Kentucky Cicutlcm.ui ha been pro iiMiiiKeil h) (.oinpetelit judges to be otii ol the gnatot young horses in tin stale lie is just the right sue- - 13 3 1 iiauus, weight .ibuut l.lsO itounds He m conformation ami is almost his iolor is idial. being a dark ihtsl nut with white hind lict and a star and mo;). He has a beautiful num. and tail Ktntncky (,uttlem,in is especially gxtd in the shoulders, wethers, luck and 'iiururs He has the best of feet rj and legs, and is perfcctl) hound in way. He is an impressive horse standing still hut is more so in motion Sets himself perfectly and is a true gaited horse; never touches himself anywhere, and lias eNception.il speed at the rack and trot. Last yeai with very little handling his trainer a 2M stepped. him in a quarter in lie lias wonderful intelligence gait, gentle. ami is l.'iid and is a typical Kentucky Gentleman Kcutuikv saddle horse the kind the whole world loves and admires. His hi.'cumg is the very choicest He is by Chester Pcavine 3148. by Rex Peavinc U3, by Rex by Rex McDonald Denmark W0. Dam Flora Carter W19. In R d Si.uirrcl 53, by Hlack Squirrel 58, by Black b.agle 74, by King William o7 This grand joimg horse has proven fine himself to be an exceptionally breeder, and i offer his services to the public at the very low price of $20.00 to insuie a live colt Money due when colt is loaled or mare parted witli The best of attention given Jo mares but not responsible for accidents, should any occur Kentucky Gentleman will make the season of 1914 at my place one mile fiom Stanford on the Danville pike. cv-e- J. H. BAUGHMAN & GO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY At ' "Opportunity seeks the man with ready Prepare for hit'TlSs money. .nstminnr S nnantnir an tr count nr i.!. Kiriinv iihiik. " his s.u m. tfM sri. - ! !!, i v; --- ; T , T"i Dakota Jack's sssssssssssKBSsssssssssssssssssssssssaW asssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssat INDIAN REMEDIES hare made bis name famous aH over the r United States and Canada. Cosaposed of Roots, Herbs, Bark and Berries. Fer treatment of Humaa Disease. Punter's Indian Iterba-sSDi- Ml fc IV Voltaire Percheron v'ollairc is a handsome and stallion, pel feet in conformation He has 1,900 pounds. weighs aluml proven himself to be one of tiie bcsl breeders in the state. His colts show P.acli man thinks his foi themselves. colt is the best He has great action for a big horse can ,:t up and go like a trolling horse The progressive farmers are brcediitg to draft horses more every year. They realuv. that little, weak teams cannot do the work as it should be done. Lots of our farms have been ruined by shallow plowing, causing soil to all wash But it was the best that could aw.i) No be done with the teams we had successful farmer can afford to pav the nriee te have to nav now for farm la- horm and send them to the field to do a da A vvntk with a small team, he in vet the ln'st results von have to have itmroved machinery ami a gooii lug team to null it with. The only way to do this is to raise big horses and is ilw best Iiil! horse in the couu trv to breed to for that kind. He ha4 proven it by what he has done Your brood mares will not last al wavs- are vou raising any younjj ones to take their places? Don't you think now would be a good lime to do so, while vou have such a horse close to you? Voltaire will make the season of 1914 at my place one mile from Stan ford on the Danville pike at $1500 to insure a live colt. J KEVIN CARTER. Stanford. Ky. Vol-t.-il- n. - ys' Treatment. 1 $ Perrheron Society of America Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment DaLota jack's Creme Soap. Price 0, 3 bars Me See J. G. CECIL. '"Bla.,.,.l,",.,1ili""","J DANVILLE, KY. DAKOTA JACK Th Nn.tlwMtrrn Cowboy OltlOINATOR All on sale at Shuyars' Drug Store, StantBrd, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: AtUata,Ca. or w PURSLEY'9 INDIAN HERBS k sf.: fl sHiiBfliUsKssisiiP9Br . 2x&3KfQBnMEk, XfczTxm j rvTTAT natnteil lolnt: ha revoltl tionized the whole buslneu of. building 6ilos by making it po ;l siblc to construct a pertecuy boiw. I K ma m ' . jEBtKBBin-iKUBfr'KFjMJM- i v ;:isiHi iiiVi'i3ii&i - w i- - fsVilisBHiW isssH Ti)siiiHRPlsisWlTJllsWsu'", if TfjijlZjLjisiBfc8fvlisB - ''sss am put together with a little white e stave theae joints, a two-piec- lead, i wm- THiwi. v Tsl v & fcii iti 'iWiisyilfcfg4M3iM TiaHTtTMARKCTVALUC alO fOII s, la as good as If it were made of ami v v much less expensive, 3 is no tiieUl ot these joints to becotM roiled by the acids and no outside, soda collect In them to rot the wood, joint adds years to the life of yottr'tJ ' ,, muuy dollars to Its value. We have a ulna by which vet an Indiana Silo and let K fMy for ot what It saves tor you ou nest wtistay's) I oae-stave- DIAN .. JN OILU WW . 4 m Itfit j 2 Ulls. GlveusacluMGeteexjifftaipstJ ; .1 HIDES i01 Kinds for Sale by GEO. H. FARRIS, ; vV "-- SKINS CO. NY, n. r. aintaiu H) Stanford, Kentucky JOHN WHITE LOUiaVllLC. STANFORD. KENTUCitt ' tSTAHUSHCB 18 3 T T&s BL?:fe"iw:.-- v -- ,t ,7 , - tLJ.Mbd . .Iktal