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STAMFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1914 h of Ptlats More Farm Newt and 1 More Farmers Th n any I I Paper In the Stale s TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS WINS BALL GAME FULL OF ERRORS Wf Pays $230 For Fine Jersey Bull One of the handsomest Jersey bulls ' ever brought to this part of Kentucky, was bought this week by John Camcu-iseand Adolph Von Grucnigan, of 6r4re4 la Mcslea is At. '" kirt Nivy tat Stanfotd from the Hood Farms near FMikee From Lowell, Mass, The bull is a yearling fcu'-,- "r Seat of War and is very finely and richly bred, i, being out of a dam which has a butter Washington April 2.1 President record of 650 pounds, The animal is Wilson will go before Copgrcs within named Sophia's Torono II, and will be fofty.eiRliC hours to ask for a vofunlcer, tucil by the two progressive dairymen War Department e.xcrts said who now own him over their splendid tonight that he may ask for 400,000 herds of pure bred Jersey cows. ineti. Jxtntucky's iuota in a" call of this BAD FIRE AT McKINNEY site would lc 14,090 men. hours," said a Several Bulldlngi Destroyed In Blate "Within forty-eigEarly Friday Morning War Department official tonight, "the entire mobile army of f),000 men will A large part of McKinncy, this counbe under order or in motion.'' ' Land troops have been ordered from ty, was destroyed by fire early Friday morning, ami the loss will fall heavily Galveston to Vera Cruz to Ute marines in that port and to press upon the owners, of the property desforward the line oi American control troyed, though it is understood that several had insurance. The fire began on the road to Mexico City. Gen. Punitory will be in charge. More Ameri- at the home of Miss Jennie Huston, on can marines were killed and woundMiddlcburg road and then spread to ed Thursday The Mexican Charge cot F. M. Ware's house, then to the llap-tis- t departed for hit safe conduct and church. Sam Montgomery's teed Canada, leaving his country's affairs and carpenter barn with scales etc., in the hands of the French Ambassador, President Wilson refused to with- also burned down, and the home of Dr. draw Trntn Vera Cm at the request of T. II. Singleton caught fire several Gem Carrjnza, bead of the Mexican tunes. Constitutionalists, and Gen, Villa, Citizens turned out en masse to fight whose leadership North Mexico has fallen under the rule of the Constitu-tjonaiist- v the flames, and five or six loads of willing helpers iilcklv got on th? scene announced that be could not be dragged Into a war with the United from Hustjuville and did yeomen serStates, The embargo on arms to the vice to help their ucighliors. lly hard lighting the flames were subdued in .Constitutionalists has been restored. Charge O'Sliaughncssy left Mexico time to save the Gooch Sisters' hotel. The wrid was blowing toward the Cilv for the. United States last night. southeast and this greatly endangered Will Cost Fitly Million to Start War much of the little city. wft Vntia i- - OF rtn 'rHiY' M VKUNTCERS fi TrM n in fari' ht -- tin-ti- er Many Democrati Asking Him to Run (Lawrer.ccbttrg News) F.ditor Shelton M. Saufley, of the Stanford Interior Journal, it is said, will be a sure starter in the Gmgres-sionrace In this district against the present incumbent. Mr. Saufley is one of the best newspaper men in Kentucky on the rural press, an active Democrat an original Wnodmw Wilson supporter and had the honor to represent his home county in the last General Assembly, being chairman of the Appropriations Committee, anil held down that important committee as never before done His newspaper in anv Legislature. brethren, no doubt, would be delighted to see him in Congress. If nominated and elected, he would fill the position with honor and credit to his district, and would prove a gallant defender of President Wilson's administration. Mr. Saufley was here Saturday and whether oi being askedCongress he would be a or not by some candidate for of his friends hero he said: "I have been opKirtuncd to run by friends in Lincoln fmy home county), Garrard, Casey. Adair, Ilovlc, Mercer and also in your own good county of Anderson, as well a having received many flat- t?rim; Ifttfr "nt) nffrr of njifMtrl ill Jcaminc, Spencer, Shelby and Madison. I am going to make a tour of the district and from the present indications it seems like niy announcement will lie forthcoming. If I do conclude to ran, all the energy and ability I posse s will be put forth." While here, Iiditor Saufley met a number of democrats and he was accorded a most iuutMi.il and hearty reception, which was encouraging to him frm more standpoints than one. LONG AND USEFUL LIFE COMES TO PEACEFUL END Mn. Susan al Dies at Her Home in the Country Wednesday At Advanced Age A Harris EftiU l&': iff- SL GEL-rFrr k. JF &. N IV. k Washington, April 20. That the rich should bear the burdens of the war with Mexico, if there is to be such a war, was a proposition advanced in the House of Representatives, and it found much favor. How to raise funds to finance a war became a matter of vital concern with the lowering of the war clouds and the prospect of early hostilities. It was recalled that when war with Spain was declared Confess voted out of hand $50,0W,U)O to President Mo Kinlcy and gave him carte hlaiiihe lu use it in preparing, for and starling the conflict. .No one ventures a kucss as to what a war with Mexico would ultimately cost, but no estimate places the expenditure at less than hundreds of millions of dollars. would probably be a prolongThat it ed war, with excessive burdens of cost, because of the character of the people and the loography of the country, is generally concede. With the expenses of the United States $l.llXJ.(JO.00U a ear on a peace basis and with no prospect for economy at home, it i obvious that early atten!' have f 'ii- icn li devising tion additional methods of taxation. Representative Kuwait! Keating, of Colorado started a movement Saturday to make the rich ;ay the expenses of the war, basing his contention on the assertion that the imor ordinary man has to do the fighting on the theory that "the least that should be asked oi Special privilege and great wealth would be to bear the expenses of the fighting," He proposed a plan of financing the war in contradistinction to the methods of financing the war with Spain. He stated that the poor and middle classes not only did the fighting in that war, but thev paid the cost in dollars tttorough an intricate, odious and bur. deusoine system of special taxes, such as stamp taxes. "It seems to me." said Representative Keating, "that war is inevitable and if President Wilson recommends 'war I am going to ask that a caucus of members of the House be called at once to determine how the expense of the war shall be met. "They nuy r met in either one or two wavs, or loth, without making the men who have to do the fighting alto pay the financial cost. One of the ways would be to increase the income tax on large fortunes. The other would be to impose a federal inheritance tax on large fortunes. F.ither plan, according to eminent legal aulhoiities. would be In ease of a decision constitutional. to levy an inheritance tax would imivosc the tax only on fortunes of a million dollar and over, which would Inlerfrr very little, if any, with the Inheritance laws of States which have .such statute: either of these wavs would Ikt preferable to a resort to higher tariff taxation and would relieve the ioor, who have to do the fighting." 1 (Adair County News ' Hon. Shelton Saufley, editor of the interior Journal, Stanford, and who made a very creditable record as a member of the last Legislature, from Lincoln county, is being warmly importuned to make the race for Congress in the liighth divtnet, to succeed Hon. Harvev Helm. Mr Saufley is a gentleman of ability, one who has rendered valuable services to the Democratic party; since he reached his majority, and is exceedingly popular in his home county. A dispatch from Frankfort, published in one of the Louisville dailies, says he is oiular over the district, and would make a strong candidate. Mr. Saufley will evidently let the people know of his intentions in a veiv short time. tmm CRA11 ORCHARD Mrs. Hannah Steger is getting along splendidly and will soon be allowed to sit up in an invalid chair. She has been brave and hopeful and !oritc her sufferings so well Mrs. Katherine Dunn, who has been so very sick for the past week is much better. Hr Phillips aid wife were with Mr. and Mrs Charles Kedd this week. The Misses Hilton, of Stanford, have been the attractive guests of their aunt Mr I Thus. Cherry. Sin Grove and son, David of Somerset, were with Mrs. Sam Tajum for a short stay Stephenson Doiier went to Stanford Monday to visit his aunt, Miss Pattic Stephenson. Ilillie George lloldman will be news Imy on the excursion from here to Cincinnati Sunday morning. Mises Mac and Stella Campbell, of Danville, have been the guests of Mrs. Maud Campbell. Mr. William King, of IndianaHlis, has so far recovered from his recent severe sickness as to be able to come l!tir-ilett- e. (f )ti ,3r-t- ! Mrs. Nancy A. McClure has returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs. Goode ii Stanford. Mrs, Hmma Farris is visiting friends in Junction City. Miss Kclla Arnold, of Lancaster, was here Tuesday. Mrs. Bessie Drowning, of Livingston, was with tier mother, Mrs. Magce on Tuesday. Mr. Henry llrooki is visiting his sister, Mrs. Daisy Hunt. Mis. David Street is very sick at her home near here The play given here by local talent was decidely the best seen here in many years. It clearly pointed out to the young how a sinful life is brought to justice, and the upright and pure are vindicated, hach actor entered into the suirit of the ulav to make it a sue. cess, and a crowded house testified loudlv that they were satisfied with the whole afafir. It lias been customary for many years to have box socials, ice cream suppers and plays for the benefit, of churches everywhere which tells its own tale that .nany will donate to religious work that wav, who would walk away from you when asked for a dime for the mention ciuirch. liach one deserves for the acting was realistic and splendid was the act tin of the ulay, Mrs. Caltha Ncwland and Miss Daisy Hunt deserve credit for their untiring efforts About twenty-fiv- e to make it a success. visitors were here from Hrodhcad Many from Stanford, Lancaster and Preachersvllle and all emoted the play and complimented the actors, A peti tion to have it again here has heen sent out. siu-pci- bre. (Cynthiana Democrat) Mr. Shelton Saufley. eilttor of the Intel ior Journal, at Stanford, has announced that he will enter the contest for the Democratic nomination to Congress from the Eighth district, which by Congressman is now represented Helm, also of Stanford. Mr. Saufley was a prominent member of the last General Assembly, a floor leader of the lower house and conspicuously identified with the affairs of the session. He is an able young Democrat, ot fine capacity and untiring energy, and will no lo'ibt have a large following for the higher office. Cynthiana Democrat. Did You Know This? Here's a tip that may Interest war advocatesIn the event of the war with Mexico, any or all of 22.000,000 citirens, between the ages of 18 and 4$. may be called for army service by the President. He is authorize to draft them under the Dick militia law. which not only empowers the President to call nut the regularly organized State militia for service, either within or without the country, but also places what is known as the "reserve militia" at his command. Failure to obey this summons may be punished by courtmar-tia- l. which shall fix the penalty. The penalty in lime of war may be death. BRODHEAD Among those attending the play at iral (Ji chard, given by the Crab Orchard Christian church, were Mr. and .Mis. A. M. Hiatt, Mrs. L. M. Urown . !. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. John .Mrs. Kobms and little daughter, Mildred, .Mrs. J. K. Cass, and daughter, Miss Anna, and Mrs. J. M. Roberts, Misses Martin, Deca Brooks, Sue Bessie Sproule, Miranda Tale, Kuda Chandler, Lena McCall, Everett atson, Wallace Haggard, C. Byron Owens, Prjf. T. II. Likins and Frank Brooks. All expressed themselves as being delighted with the play, and the courteous treatment accorded them by the Crab Orchard folks. The faculty of the Brpdlicad graded school have secured the services of two of the most noted educators in Kentucky for the closing exercises of the graded school, which takes place during the week of May the 10th. Dr. M. B, Adams, President of Georgetown College, will deliver thethe Baccalaureate sermon at the Baptist church May 10th, and Dr. H. 11. Cherry, president of tl'.e Western Kentucky State Normal at Bowling Green, will deliver the cla:. address on May 14th at the School An. ditoriuni. Misses Miranda Tate and Mary Proctor and Brouston Elder are the graduates. J. W. Tate was in Louisville last week watching the Colonels and visitors plar ball. Mrs. Walter Smith is assisting our new iiostniaster this week. She has had four years experience in this office, and more efficient help could not have been secured. C. 11. Frith was iu Louisville last week buying some tcpairs for his sawmill. Uncle John Sigman, who has been seriously ill at the resilience of W. G, Adams, is some better at this writing, and some hope is held out for his recovery. Granville Owens, the newly commissioned postmaster, took charge of the local office last week. His son, C. Byron, was made his assistant, and Mrs. Walter Smith, of Crab Orchard, and Mis, Celia Turpcn, of this place, were sworn in as clerk's. He will move the office to A. K. Albright's building as soon as the building is completed. W H, Barnes moved to the J. H. Jarrctt property on East Main street. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawrence moved to the W. H. Lynch property on Main street the first of the week. W. 11. Fish was iu town Wednesday looking after his interests here. C'a-bi- e, A worthy mother iu Israel, who by reason of faith and good works, survived long past four score and ten, the allotted age of mankind, passed to her rich and well earned reward at the noon hour Wednesday when Mrs. Susan Ann Harris died at her home about four miles west of Stanford, off the Knob Lick pike. For many years, her slender thread of life had been almost at the point of severance by the hand of the Death Angel, but her re markable constitution stood her in good stead, and with constant care and grandnursing by daughters, daughters and other loved ones, she lived an invalid, and all had hoped that she might still be spared to them for many years longer. Feeble and weak though she was. her sufferings and her troubles were borne with noble, Chris-tii- n fortitude that was beautiful to see. and when the hand of death was laid Kcflslj t;p.n her, ;h: was ready to go and went before her Lord, relieved that the trials of life's fitful seas were over and that she was assured of a sure havtn where the weary arc at rest. Mis. Harris was in the 87th year of her age, and since early young womanhood lu d been a resident of Lincoln count). With her husband she moved to this county from Madison, of which she was a native, and settled upon the farm where death claimed him years ago. and whence she lias just gone to join him on the other shore. Mr. Har. ris was one of Lincoln's most prominent farmers and substantial citizens in Ins day. He and his wife were of the first families in Madison county, ami have a large relationship there today To their union, which was beautiful and beatific to the end. eight children were horn, of whom four survive. Those who passed on before their mother were Col. Reuben Harris, Mrs. Samuel II Baughman, Mrs. George P. Bright ami Mrs. George R Engleman. Surviving arc Col. Samuel T. Harris. Mrs. R P. Woods, Mrs. Annie Engleman and Mrs. Bettic Bush. There are 23 grandchildren and this noble woman lived to see 30 great grandchildren before she was called to come up higher. Her grandchildren are Miss Levisa and James and Sam Harris, of near Hubble, Mrs. J. E. Johnston, of Pittsburg, Par Grcenberry Bright, of Phoenix. Ariz, and Mrs. Susan B. Ycager. of Stanford, Misses Sue Taylor and Nannie Woods Engleman. of Stanford, Robert and James Woods, Mrs. Sam J. Embry, Jr., and Miss Susan, Fisher Woods, of Stanford, Mrs. Grover C. Anderson, of Mt. Sterling and Mrs. isanlord M. Allen, of Millersburg, Mrs. Rowan Saufley, of Stanford, Mrs. Ashley T. Rcid, of F.l Paso, Texas, and Mrs. Carl E. Rhodes, of Washington, D, C, James H. Baughman, of near Shelby City, John S Baughman. Mrs. W. B. Mrs. W. 11. Wearcn, Mrs. W. N. Craig and Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley, of Stanford. Iu early life, Mrs. Harris united with the Methodist church and throughout her long life, she was faithful to its teachings and a devoted follower in the footsteps of tlie meek and lowly Naza-renShe was a noble Christian, and lived her life so that when the came, she was happy iu tlie joy of those who love the Lord and believe iu His only begotten Sou. After services, conducted at her heme Friday afternoon at three o'clock by her pastor. Rev. C. 11. (ireer. tlie remains of this good woman were laid to rest in Buffalo Springs cemetery, in the presence of many sorrowing rela-In- o and loved ones. Her grandsons acted as pallbearers with her grandsons-in-law as honorary pallbearers. st e. sum-iiH'i- is A Surprise Birthday Dinner On March 31, Mrs, Lttcinda James was greatly surprised with a nice birthday dinner by her friends and relatives. She was 7tf years old. There were 54 present. Every Itody came with baskets ami wished Grandmother a bright and happy birthday. The table was bcaittilully decorated with flowers and was loaded down with everything good to cat. As Grandmother is blind she was led to the table, where she seemed to enjoy her surprise dinner. In the afternoon all gathered in the family rooms and sang some old songs, which everybody enjoyed, After the songs were sung the young folks went out in the yard and spent the rest of the afternoon in nice games. Those ptesetit were her children; Mr. Henry James and wife, Mr. J. A. James, Mr. Cyrus James and wife, Mrs. Julia Pence, grand children, Mrs. Jennie Ad. aim. Mrs. Linda Woods, Mrs. Susie Kidd and husband. Mr. Elder Silcr and wife, Mr. Jesse James and wife, Mr. Ira lames, Mr. Cvrus James. Miss Nettie James, Miss Katie Lynch, Miss Ira Pence. Master Claude James, Master Garland James, Jr., Master George Elbert lames. Master Hubert James, Little Miss Roberta James, great grand children; Mrs. Pannie Kidd, Mrs. e Kidd and husband. Miss Gertrude Woods. Miss Allic May Silcr, Miss Annie Siler, Miss Bertha Siler, Miss Margaret Woods, Little Miss Delphic Woods, Little Luceal Woods Master Walter Woods. Master Irvine Woods, Master Jasper Siler, Little Henry Silcr, Little Porter Kidd. Little Henry Clark, James, five weeks old, Master Cecil Kidd. Master Henly Kidd, Little Lawrence Lee Kidd, Little (iarnett Lee Kid. Friends who were present were Miss Annie Pitman, Miss I.tirv Pollard, Mrs. Nannie Pitman, Mr. I. W. Pence. Da-di- Insurance Question not Settled STANFORD To Reopen Telegraph Office Here tern c'nion Telegraph Co., has run a line iu hereand will open up its office in the Carson building on Lancas-stree- t, with R II. Collier, of Crab Orchard, in charge. Manager Collier is a sou of Mr. Harvc Collier, of the East End of Lincoln, and is said to be a very expert and competent telegrapher, and hustler Wires will be run to the office and Mr. Collier will be ready to send or deliver messages anywhere. After the W. V. became involved witii tiie L. & N.. railroad over the use of its ,wircs on the rieht of way, the local telegraph office for commercial messages was discontinued and those who desired to make use of the telegraph as a means of communication, were il to telephone their messages to Danville, but this inconvenience will be eliminated under new conditions. com-pclle- After being withoiTt! an office in Stanford for almost a year, the Wes- Highland Honor Roll Lucilc Speake, Malinda Hall, Lucille Young. Clarence Floyd, Roberta Young. Willie Young, Russell Floyd, Ruth Baugh, Russell Skidmore, Granville Cook, and Dedey Carrier. There were only four who didn't make a general average of !A) this month', one of these was Frieda Speake, who probably would have been on the honor roll had she not had the misfortune to break her arm. about the middle of the month. School closed on April 10th. There were only four pupils that came every dav namely. Lucille and Roberta Young, Lucilje Speake and Russell bkidmorc. Clarence and Russell Flovd each only missed one day. Will and Ed- waru young are the only ones who were never tardy. The teacher never saw children progress so rapidly and she attributes it to the fact that there were only a few in school therefore they could receive more individual attention. So she heartily recommends the winter school. Removes Skin Blemishes Why go through life embarasscd and disfigured with pimples, eruptions, blackheads, red rough skin, or suffering the tortures of Eczema, itch, tetter, salt rheum. Just ask your druggist for Dr. Ilohson's Eczema Ointment. Follow the simple suggestion and your skin worries are over. Mild, soothing, effective. Excellent for babies and delicate, tendCr skin. Stops chapping. Always helps. Relief or money back. Sue. at your druggist. M'- - k I? ..',' iw T I which will select the common school tax-to be used in Kentucky for four vcars, except in the cities of the first, second, third and fourth classes, was apomtcd lat week by Governor MeCrearv. The Uioks for the term of the coMimisiu will cot a total of aliout $1,500,000. The members of the rnmnusison from the state at large are : Prescient, Henry S Barker, cf the State University Prof. J. K Johnon, ' of Jbe Eastern Normal school, Richmond, atjd Prof, A. C llurton. of the School, Howling Normal Western Green The members from the Appellate .districts arc I.. IJ. Foster, llop- rkinuillc. First Appellate District: A. 'H. Hill. Franklin, Second Appellate L, G. Gregg. Shelbvvillr. District Tlurd Appelate District; Felix H. Fourth Appellate Kwrick, Xvndnn, District; t., D. Stucker, Frankfort, Fif- C. Collins, th Appellate District; A. Covington, Sixth Appellate District, Jawl J. IJ. Lantnn. Winchester, Seventh "Appellate Governor District. Mc Ireary Is chaitman oi the Superintendent of Public InItoard and Seere-t- 0 struction Hamlctt is State Tax Book Commission The State .Text lbk Commission, Uk Children's Diseases Very Prevalent Whooping cough is aiHWt every. 1fn&lf.t nml crrirlrl fever nt- ulirri Knli-i'- ', I ffnHtv mill iti.ict nt Lid Tar Compound for inflamed throats and coughing. Mrs. 1. C. Hostler, urami "My three chil- Island, Neb., says 111, I ci.vi.rM .lr..n titir.!.' rt liiulliltli' cough, and a very few doses ofI'otey's Honey and Tar gave great relief, bor sale py all dealers. tc Bosworth After Powers' Scalp Joseph F. Bosworth, of Middleshoro, Slate Senator from the district composed of Bell. Jackson, Laurel, Pulaski, Rockcastle and Whitley counties passed thro' Stanford this week en route to Louisville following a briet speaking tour in the interest oi his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Congress from the Eleventh congressional district to sue. ceed Caleb Powers. Senator Bosworth said he had met with much encouragement, and that he felt confident that he would be given the nomination over Caleb Powers, whom he considers his most formidable opponent. During the session of PX16-0Senator Bosworth served as a member of the Kentucky House ot Representatives, and served iu the State benate during the session of 1K-10.- 2 and VJIA. He was the author of the convict lalxir and good roads constitutional amendments, and i a member of the Republican State Central Committee from the " He has served as Police judge, Cilv Attorney and Councilman of Middleshoro. y, 7 Statc-at-large. Rev. News of the Churches Joseph Ballon will preach at Cormack's Church Sunday, May 3d at II A. M. Services at the Ilantist church Sunday, April Jdlli, Sunday school at 9.30 . M. Preaching at It A. M. continuing the series on. "The Holy Spirit, His Personality and Work." it. Y. P. U. at 6A5 P. M. Preaching at 7.30. "Hvange- listlc." b'ev. Jos. Ilallou will preach at Mc- - T,. f it M vjk -- "."V" Mother of Mrs. John Engleman, Dead Mrs. Joint Kngleman, Jr., received the message on Wednesday night announcing the death of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Dawson at Louisa, Ky.. Mrs, Davv?n hail been ill for several days with pneumonia, and although her condition was thought serious yet her death was a great shock. Mrs, Engleman was making her arrangements to go when she received the message. Mr. Joh K. Cress Buys Overland Car ami Mrs. Fugleman left Thursday To! in M. Cress, a prominent farmer morning for Louisa, arid stock dealer of the Preachersvllle Check Your April Cough section, bought this week an (.iverianu Thawing frost and April rains chill from M. S. Baughnian, the you to tlie very marrow, you catch Rjtrftt ill this, count for this cold Head and lungs stuffed You continually and are feverishCough .i ii z. feel miserable You need Dr. King's Foley's Honev It soothes inflamed una compound New Discovery, Jvtrt be wire that you buy Foley's and irritated throat and lungs, stops will vour head a Hwf and Tar Comiound it is croup cough, and vou feel clears up, fever Da. fine. Mr, J. T leave, mione for coughs, colds, whooping roughs, bronchial and la vis, of Stlckney Corner, Ma, ''Was twipK. which are we?kfnfng to cured of a dreadful caitgli after docrise svtJtm. It alro cives nrotnnt and tor's treatment and all other remedies Mtnite rcAuk for hoarseness tickling j failed. Relief or inonev back. PleaIhiMt m4 (4t(fv wheeiy breaching. santChildren like it. Get a bottle 50c avid ? 1.00 at your druggist. Uf. ail druggists. L. & N. Official Route to Reunion The I & N., railroad, which has been designated as the official route to the Confederate reunion by Confederate Veterans of this section, is advertising rates to the Confederate Reunion to be held at Jacksonville, Fla. early in May. The rates are effective Irom May I to 7 inclusive and on May 5. a siucial train will lie run for the accommodation of the veterans and oth- cd visitors who expect to attend the reunion. This train will be maile up of electric lighted coaches, tourist sleepers, standard sleepers and dining It will leave Madisonville at cars. "Jl A. M.. and will arrive at Jacksonville next morning at 9 o'clock! Till will bo a delightful trip and a big crowd from this section is expected to take advantage of the rate. In addition to the visit to the reunion itself .very low rates arc made for side trips through Fbrida and for the extension f time, and many will probably avail themselves of this opportunity U xhit other place i. Burglars at Danville Burglars on Tuesday night entered the Fad Cafe, at Danville and wrecked the .safe with a charge of nitroglycerin and secured $80 iu cash. Tlie robbers gained entrance by going through Preston Sherley's barber shop on Third street and breaking down the door in the rear of the Fad Cafe. They first broke into Nelson's garage on Fourth street and secured a lot of tools with winch they carried on their work. The mystery a'bout the whole matter is the uictiulc with which the burglars worked. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Silliman have rooms over the Fad and were asleep and not aroused by the explosion. People live over the room next door to Sherley's shop and they did not hear the burglars when they broke into the shop. The night man at Nelson's gar. age was not awakmed when the burglars entered that place and secured the tools. Jnilc'iiiL' by the 'manner m which the tobbery was conducted it is thought that it is probably the same gang that did the woik at the Danville Ice & Coal Co, vault some time ago. Read This The Texas Wonder Kidney cure cures diabetes, and all irregularities of the kidney and bladder in both men and women. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1. One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom fails Send for Kentucky to perfect a cure. testimonials. Dr. D. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Sold by drug, gists. (Adv) er in well-know- n ir -- ek. y, Wjsk Foley Kidney Pills Successful For Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble Positive in action for backache, weak hack, rheumatism, kidney and bladder P. J. Boyd Ogle. Texas, troubles. writes: "After taking two liottles of Foley Kidney Pills, my rheumatism and kidney trouble are completely cone.' Note and effective. Ior sale by all drtiggsts. of Body Found Near Railroad Fragments of a body. suposcd to be that of Robert Cuudiff, a young man of Richmond, were found on the L. & Crmmonwealth's R. Attorneys I. N. railroad, atxutt ten miles north of Smith, of Clinton county, has been was recognized by Gov. McCreary as Circuit there Wednesday. of He clothing found. A few pieces Judge iu the First Judicial district to by a and a pice of skull was all that hand succeed the late ludgc R. J. Bilge. J. was found. II. Miorman, of Graves, succeeds Mr. Smith Give Comfort to Stout Persons A good whole.i.me cathartic that has Whv It Suits Particular People ItVilfi'' TT Allot' mut Tfir Pimirwiiiml n a stimulating effect on the stomach, Foley prompt and effective for coughs, colds. liver and bowels is cleansing Cathartic in accougns Tablet. Thoroughly croup, hoarseness, bronchial ou regular with no nnd throat 'roubles. Thomas Vcrron. tion, they keep unpleasant after efHancock, Mich., "Folrv's griping and no writes Honey and Tar quickly relieves tickling fects. They remove that gassy distendthroat and stops the couuh with no ed feeling so uncomfortable to stout bad after effect." It contains' no opi- - persons, For rale by all druggists. it stilts nle nml is mire Tti:il' particular nconle. For sale bv alL Send iu a dollar and get your name on the next honor roll. druggists. Part large fire insurance companies terminated Thursday at Louisville negotiaLocal Lids Defeat Hustonvllle 5 to 4 tions for settling the insurance trouble But Have a Hard Time In the insurance men rejecting the last Doing It ptoposal of the State officials and holding out for repeal of the Zorn act Iu a game replete with errors ott of l"12. each side, the Stanford high school ball High team nosed out Hustonville's HIGH DIVER IS INJURED afterSchool nine, here Wednesday S to 4. noon by a score of The story When Making His Great "Leap for of the game is told when a glance at the Life" at Street Fair Thursday box score shows that the visitors piled up a total of 10 errors, but the home I In. Whitney street fair shows which lads were not far behind with eight, have been exhibiting iu Stanford this but this difference of two errors prowetk to large ciowdj, came near havbably made the difference in the score. ing a tragedy mar their stay here when Both Singleton, for Stanford, and Vcm Myers, of Michigan, the high Hall, for tlie West Endcrs, twirled diver, was knocked unconscious after nice ball, but the visitors were unable his dive Thursday night, by being to connect sati factor ily with the ofstruck by a heavy metal ring in the net ferings A the local lad, garnering only into which he leaps from the three safeties off his delivery, while ladder. The heavy iron ring served to Stanford was finding Hall for seven. fasten the net to its supporting po.sts Some careless work in the field gave and in some way flung at him by the Hustonvillc a lead uf three to one up impact on the net and struck him on to the last of the seventh, when with the head, rendering him unconscious two mui on bases, Stagg for the visifor a short period, but luckily, he was tors, who had played a star game at not seriously hurt. the keystone bag up to that time, let a The shows which Manager Whitney hot one from Mobley's hat go through is giving, arc all clear and interest- his legs which, tied the score and paving. 1 he flying Duthcnian is one of ed the way to victory. This was Stagg's the best, if not the best ever seen in only bobble throughout the game, and this part of the state. The athletic the way he cavorted around his stashow, consisting mainly of boxing and tion, covering acres of territory, showby Charles C. Blue and Tony ed the classy ball player that he is. Smith, attracts a large crowd each ev- Out of seven chances, he handled six ening and the negro jubilee singers arc without an error. The work of Myers good while all of the minor attractions in killing Stanford's runners who arc well patronized. sought to burglarize second, was fine. Both pitchers had on their strike-ou- t clothes, Singleton whiffing 12 of the HUSTONVILLE visitors while Hall got the numbers of Tlie Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church will have an exchange on eight of the home hoys. Hall allowed Saturday in the store room Under the five Inscs on balls, Woods working him opera house on the corner of Danville tor three of them, and Shanks and and Main street. Ices and cakes and Hill taking one each. Both sides went out in order in the everything nice to eat will be served in first frame, but Stanford slipped one order. mighty over in the second that Mr. R. P. Anderson, of Louisville sweet for a while. Afterlooked Perkins had Manager of the Prudential Life fanned. State Singleton bingled through Insurance Co., has been here this week short, went to second on a high throw and has apiointed Stephen Walker, as from Myers and took third when Conagent for central Kentucky, and for way who headed the ball, threw badly good insurance and low rates see him. to Murphy, who let. the ball get to the Mr. Horace Riffe celebrated his 16th spectators but retrieved it in time to birthday on Monday night, the 20th, throw Singleton out. at the plate. Hill with about forty of his young friends hit sharply to Sandidge, who fumbled present. and the runner then proceeded to steal Mrs. S. P. Stephenson has been visit- secotjd and went to third and home on two passed balls by Myers. ing iu Lexington this week. Not until the fifth inning could the R. M. Ncwland, the insurance man, of Stanford, was here Wednesday in visitors push a man around, although they loomed up dangerous, when with the interest of his insurance business. two outs. Hall punched a vicious triple Our town has had more insurance to center field, the pill falling over the agents here this week than was ever fence. Fast work by Shanks, J. Emkuewn to any uf the oldest citizens. bry and Hill held the runner at the George Miller Giveus is back home third cushion where he died when Santiom Bradfordsville, where he had been didge was an easy out at first. to visit his daughter and Mrs. Taylor. Stanford blew badly in the fifth, as a however, when the visitors took the lead . W. Jloskins will be ordained deacon of the Baptist church next Sun- with three tallies and looked like win. day evening at 2.30 P. M. Dr. M. D. ners all over. Skinner, the visitors' Early, of Stanford and Dr. C.Y- - Cook, husky right fielder, led off with a ot Danville, will take part in the or- screaming double to. center. Conway followed with a drive through short dination. Mr. John B. Brown, of near Ray's that Hill couldn't get to and vvmcli J. Embry allowed, to sift through his Mill. Casev canity is reported to be in a very serious ocndition at his home. legs, Skinner ambling home while Con He is tlie noted instigator ot the pro way, perched on second. Woods muffed posed Scottsville and Stanford railroad a third strike on Barnett, who beat the that was under Headway a tew years throw to first while Conway took sec ond. Murphy fouled out to Woods who ago. E. S. Powell and C. W. Adams, J. P. made a nice catch. Hall hit sharply to Riffe, and J. B. Hopakcr, went to the Mobley who knocked the ball down and mouth of Carpenters Creek on Green beat the visitors' pitcher to tiie bag, but it took so much time that Conway river Wednesday fishing. U. W. Dunn made a flying visit to crossed the plate from third and BarCasey county, Wednesday morning on nett made third and scored when Hill grounder go square business iu Mr. Hogtte's auto and for let Sandidge's a careful driver, Mr. Hogue can't be through him. Riffe ended the agony heat on such roads as they have down by fanning, but the visitors were tw;o runs to the good and wlucli looked big iu Casey. The l'rcsbvtenan church has had a as mountains. They made their last one in the first coat of paint put on the cupola this half of the seventh on Harnett's fly veck. .Mack hultoii is the great climb back of second, his theft of both secer for such business. Mr boster and son, Snookum, were ond and third and Wood's passed ball, which he couldn't get to in time to in Stanford Wednesday on business. All the talk now in tlie city is the head the runner. After this run was Mexican war and it was rumored here over. Singleton struck out the next im the streets that tiiere was a man three batters. Stanford got one back in the sixth here drafting nun for tlie occasion. Our north side barber, says that he when Grimes dropped a Texas Leaguer, will punch out both eyes before he back of second base and went to second when Conway fumbled. He was safe will go over there. ball pass. J. J. Allen bought the largest sheep at third when Myers let a second, T. Thursday that has been seen in this Woods walked and stole to Sandidge, but Sam section for quite a while from Mrs. Embry flew out long fly to right, which Wm. North, out on the Middleburg pike Embry drove a Skinner bagged. Grimes was off third at a fancy price. The tobacco plants are just humping on the cat hop, however and beat the themselves now and the finest prospect throw to tlie plate. Perkins was easily ever seen with a few exceptions. One put out at first by Stagg. The' home bovs forged ahead and man Mnvcd his over a few days ago, and after doing so concluded lie would sewed it up in the last of the seventh, much to the delight of the large crowd give it a double dose and did so, but of bugs. Singleton started off by drivwhat wilt be the outcome is the tiling all arc watching. All the cranks are ing one right at Riffe in short, who juggled it a moment, just long enough not dead yet. to enable the fleet pitcher to beat the throw, though Sandidge dropped the Killed Accidentally at Corbin ball, but Singleton a' I ready had it nipS, Todd, or Richmond, formerly ped. This seemed to get the goat of T. of London, was found dead in a wagon the visitor's defense which went all to at M. T. Fout's stable in Corbin Satur-- , smash. Hill put another one. at Riffe. day morning, a pistol Iying near his who let it go through this time, sendand a bullet hole through his head. It ing Singleton to second. Shanks struck is supposed that he went to the stable out but Mobley put a hot one at Stagg, and unable to awaken anyone sat in the who was too anxious for the double wagon to wait. He was a contractor play and let it get away, scoring Sinand had considerable money with him gleton and Hill while Mobley drifted and he held the gun in readiness in on to second. He took third when Mycase of attack. He fell asleep, drop- ers threw wild to second to head him ped the gun with the above fatal at- and scored on another passed ball by tack. g the catcher. This ended the run on each side. The Ikix score: Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser STANFORD AB R H PO A E 1 0 0 IS 2 3 Flush out the accumulated waste Woods c 01 40 and poisons of the winter months; J. Embry cf 40 20 clause your stomach, liver and kid- S. Embry 21 400 0 neys of all impurities. Take Dr King's Perkins 3b 4I2020 New Life Pills; nothing better for Singleton p 2 Hill ss 32 purifying the blood. Mild, 300000 laxative. Cures constipation; and Shanks If 1 I 4 80I makes you feel finer Take no other, Mnblev II 01 3 25c at your druggist Ilucklen's Ar- Grimes rf nica Salve for all hurts. 27 9 "ft TOTALS 30 AB R II PO A E HUSTONVILLE ). D. Rads "Back Home" on Visit J. D. Eads, who, with his family, Sandidge lb ..-2 400 Riffe ss moved to Shelby county severaLjnouths 400954 ago, was here early this week, looking Myers e 40061 1 nfir some interests he still has here Stagg 2brf 0 4 with his sou, Alfred Eads, iu wool. Mr. Skinnci 02 41 Eads is greatly pleased with his new Conway cf 4J 000 Batnett If home iu Shelby and says that the peo300010 ple there are almost as good as those Murphy 3b 300030 in Lincoln. He has a nice farm near Hall i Crestwood, about 19 miles cast of 24 9 10 34 TOTALS Louisville. Summary. Three base hits. Hall; Strengthens Weak ana Tired Women two base hits Skinner; stolen bases. Hill 2. Woods 1, Singleton I, Grimes 1. "I was under a great strain nursing Sandidge I, Myers 1, Barnett 2. Struck a relatives throtmh three months sickout bv Singleton 12; by Hall 8, base on ness." writes Mrs. J. C. Van De Sande, balls off Hall 5. of Kirkland, III., and "Electric BitWhen run down with kidney trouters kept me from breaking down. I will never be without it." Do you feel ble, backache, rheumatism or bladder tired and worn out? No appetite and weakness, turn quickly for help to Fofood won't digest? It isn t spring ley Kidney Pills. You cannot take them You need Electric Bitters. into your system without having good weather. results, Chas. N, Fox, Hiinrod, N. Y.. Start a month's treatment nothing belter for stomach, liver and says: "Foley Kidney Pills have done me more good than $150.00 worth of kidneys. Tlie great spring tonic. Relief or money back. 50c and Jl at your medicine." They give you good results. For sale by all druggists. druggist. 100-foget-tin- State officials and representatives 10 12 13 g 110 110 S7 400701 10 1110 10 1 77 ' J. i r j 3: iL ffJlTJ! THE INTKRIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY wiimiiu ii FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1014 The Interior Journal iiMtmmi)mmMMmtiimwMmmawmmHMimmmmmsw& Msm ' sV.Ti :S. t HUM TON H. HAUKl.F.Y rroprlttof IN ADVANCE i II A TEAK HTcltCTl.T Little Men's Clothes ' H ',v U-J- - W ftuhtnnn Drink-- ' .? r3 tftend tin 1 1 mill mttfr. Eighth is with Wilson from Wellington m tins wcik said, Jolm II 1 liotnpjon, of who armed licrc today, said that the people of l lie Liijlitli Kintucky district arc "with the I'risidtnt on the repeal of canal tolls and cvcrjllnnn else" It is from this district that telebeen pourini; into the White grams Administration House endorsing the on npeaU "I liavc been in close touch with the sentiment of the district," said Col. Thompson, 'and it is ocrhclni-ingl- y against the litp subsidy proudid in tolls exemption," Say A dispatch g, 1 K J1 Tigorously good delicious. luc COMMISSIONER'S SALE First National Dank, of Stanford, K) Tiff. s , and keenly Thirst -- quenching and refreshing. The national beverage aftd Dcma-xJ yours. ninif Ws- - & tukstitutjon. the fenuine by full NclaaKH eocounge ?' THE COCA-COL- COMPANY Atlanta, Ga. riSED Coca-Col- a. I.F BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels off, and is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but sioucr will on Monday, May Uth, 1914 at 1 o'cl ck V M., in front of the court house door in Stanford. K.. offer for sale at public outer) to the highest and bct bidder the following land in Lincoln count), Ky, situated on the I'rcrirhcrsulic pike. Lincoln County, K) , and known as the old Abraham place and the land bought by M. O NanritAccr from W. M. Lackc, liotli supposed to contain 33 acres I tracts I more or less and hounded as follows on the north hj M O. andcccr and John by county road on . Gooch, on the east the south by the I'reachirswllc pike land on the west by the land of Tmsle , ipoonamore, and bcuiR the same land comejed to T. A and Ma) I'. I'o'l O. Vandcvccr. Saul sale to made on credit of six 'months, purchaser to execute bond with approcd personal security, bearing interest from date until paid, with lien land sold ti This April to sicurc paunent ot F .imc I 23. 191-L. P. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C hen ices at the Christian church Sun- da, April 26. Sunday school at q.K) Preaching J C F Meeting at 643 . Prrtching at 7.30. At the Methodist church next Sunday the Sunday school will meet at 9.30 A M.. preaching begins at i A M. The Fpworth Lague will meet at 645 P. M Preichins at 730 P M. rcrj-bod- ) mot cordially inited J. A. Potts etc., Deft. Pursuant to a judgment of the Lin coin Circuit Court uitcred at its November term 11J, the undersigned Com. Lincoln Circuit Court 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 $3.50, $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 i 2ss?'?m'jwvwwvfc"f Send the little staetsman to us for clothes. H. J. Mc ROBERTS COMMISSIONER'S SALE Harry W. Mills, etc, Plffs Lincoln Circuit Court vs 11 R Mills, I to, Dcfts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered by the Lincoln Cireuit Court at its June. (..mmis-sion1913 term the undersigned will 011 Monday May 11th, 1914 (first da) Lincoln Circuit Court) at 1 o'clock P M 111 front of the Com I House door in Stanford, K , offer lor sale at public outcry to the highest ind bet bidder, the following land in l.uteuln count), K)., on the waters of Buck C reek Beginning at Nt Tract beech thtnee 25 Miles to (tOpiar am, white oak. 25 l M) ixdes to white and h 8t) k)Ics to hukor) and inaplc N' i poplar N 42 2 W 72 (Hites to stake 111 lorner lot. 3 h 35 v t8 imles to beech at beginning containing 30 acres more or less 2nd T ract BfL'in r.B at elm cori'cr, between Mrs 1 d and II R MilU' line I S 82 8 poles. 13 links to kvlute R Mills' line 47 oak. thence with ivolcs to stnxc near white oak stump, close to I Idcr line, X 13 W 3 otcs 3 Inks from black oak, the corner agreed 21, be'wceu Mills and Bastin. Ma) PXN. S V) I. with McGufi'ev line K)Ies to little chestnut corner beS tween Bastin and Martin thence Mirtm line h 5j W 18 poles 17 links to beech i V iS U 10 mi nnrlli si.li- - .if (Kites 20 links to elm at beginning cor- !c-- i.ui.um i ie" rr-r- er 3rd Tract Beginning at stake 111 latie S8 I: 18 hIcs from Greenburrf ccner, thence leaving a 12 foot lane I .Vi frtm the bouse to road S 9 )les to stake m )ard h SO W 10 3 4 links from S W corner of Main front room of Vu'se. theme with south even with main building N W) b" 87 100 poles to S K corner of mam room h 73 F 66 poles to stake on Last side of branch with pointers S 15 F 59 iele to stake with pointers in outside line N 81 II 0 poles to maple. X W 73 (Miles to white oak and poplr N 88 4 W 89 poles to hc-ining, contatnins 3) acres more of less 4th Tract Beginning at stone on south side pike. S 66 T 18 jkiIcs 10 links tr stake S 6 W 26 poles 6 links to stone in Wright's line X T with Wright's line to Mills' line thence near north with said Mills' line to thi lane leading to Snnford pike tliniec wi'h sitd lane to pike, thence with pike to beginning containing 12 acres nunc or less Dis silo will .0 ma,ic for ,)R. nur. nose of division of the proceeds among the children of the defendant subject to mortgage for the sum of $324 with interest from January 1, 1910 at 6 per cent This sale made subject to foresting mortcace. for which a portion of this land has been subjected Said sale made on credit of i months, purchaser to give liond. with securitv bearinc 6 nrr cent intrrci 'mm date of sile with lien retained on land sold with force and effect of judgment E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. h r. C. April 0. 1914 33.3F er A Good Drug Store ITTAKHS more than a Mock of s bM tlrtis and .torc. f AW'ijjIunjj, KxkI intentions to nuko a kimh! ilnij; It requires an intimate knowledge careful study and exH'ricnt'c, tions will Ik: 3.3-J- Feel It Real. Qrmnuy MttcaJtm. Thiti Gnnnr wty of nylng It, after clshtr-ntTtirt of iprjprif. d jrou aiytt bvitrrt Can th nnl I earn tin tayll a well? ara&nj know. an4f ab knows & knows. BoUaro on A mcasttrino; and niixiti,', which comes only after 10-- nwtpot"ay "tVfrawMf awrnwr nwm vtu nam m! It btsl. It MooCxt Mud Mtnoothea thm Pta4Tr-tioa-v Your prescripWe we knew kotr. tu, pnK'rl) filled at our store. I 1 have every modem facility am! 10-t- pkturo of both GrtmiT sod th ortr UUStiE botU ot Penny's 7)rug Store THE REXALL STORE Dr. Bell3 PINE-TA35 R- I Silver Seal Varnishes Paints Finishes, and And they will cost you 25',ti less than other high grade brands. Tell us jour paint needs today and we will send you our FAINT BOOK fret. It gives pnees and other valuable information. , , I Stains - Kentucky Paint ME'g Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. SHELBY CITY The fanners are far behind with their plowing, owing to the rainy ueatlur Mrs. Amanda Gilhland has returned home after a pliasaut isit to relatives at Slie1liyillc M- -. and Mrs. Tyler Messer wire is- I'mg relatives mar here. Mr. Willie Rogers, of Ottawa, has hien isiting J. W. Drown and famih. Mr and Mrs Chesttr Staton were sjsitnie her sister. Mrs Pence Messr Missis Fdna Gilliland and Luna II row it were isiting Mr and Mrs. Chas Peterson, of Stanford. Mr and Mrs. W M Warren and children, of IUirgin were visiting relatives at How in Mr. lb"rt Crabtrce, of Middlcburg. is isitmp his parents, also calling on hi', btst fiirl here Mi's Maggie Vaught was the enct of Miss Laura Gilliland Saturdi) night ind Sunday. .. Miss Fannie Guldis his been Misses Bculali and nna Sprinkles. Mrs Helmer. of Cincinniti. was Mr and Mrs Chas Bender Misses Fthel Wright ind Tilic Rrown were visitinc Miss Laura Gilliland. sit-invis-iti- HONEY M Centi $1.00 Cent. Ag'n" for "Tell By The Boll" JwmajM jr FiM Candies iStuida). HEED THE WARNING ARABIA Warn filled his regular appoiutnunt here hunda). Mr: H R Jones has returned to her lioni'1 dt Middlelitirg after spending a tew davs with relatives here Mr U II Rons, of Lexington, was I.erc last week on businets Mis? Lake Carter, who is attending .chool at King s Mountain was at home with her parents for a few davs. Mrs Jesse Fogle and little daughtei. Mar) arc visiting her parents heie Mr. 11. D Jones had to discontinue going to tchoeil at King Mountain on the aceount of his health. Leach, who Ins been Mrs. quite ill for a few days is improving Raymond, the little son of Mr. John Henry is very ill with pneumonia Mr bred McKec and family have moved to Tennessee Mr. Henry Toonilc, of the Xew Sa-- 1 Inn section, attended services hero on Rev CR fcl 1 ' i -- OlOSSETT SHOE J222J X "MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" tho U 1 slit-Tida- -- n PAINTING TIME IS HERE HOUSE PAINT FOR INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. VARNISH IN ALL COLORS, AND BRUSHES TO PUT IT ON, AT Many Stanford People Have Done So. Inn the kiclne)s are weak the) give unmistakable warnings that should not be ignored. H examining the urine and trtating the kuliicvs upon the lirst sign of disordtr, many da)s of sufffrmg ma) be saved. Weak kidneys usually expel a dark, sediment urine, full of ' brick dust" and painful in passage. Sluggish kid. nevs often cause a dull pain in the 'mill of the back, headaches, dizz spells, tired languid feelings and frequent rheumatic twinecs. Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kid- ne)S cnlv, they help weak kidnevs to rid the blood of uric poison There is no better recommended remedy. Head the statement that follows Mrs. Rose Lunsford, Rowlands Ky., savs- - "I had kidnc) trouble and the kidney action was irregular. My back pauud mt and mj kidne)s were sore. I used lloqp' Kidnjy ptlls and the soon made me feel fine. My back and I kidnevs are now strong gladly ree commend Doan's Kidney Pills to suffering from Kidney Trouble." -, Price SO- at all dealers. Don't simp Ivask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidncv Pills the same that Sirs Luns. n ford had. Co, Props Buffalo. N. Y. an)-onFostcr-Milbur- L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Mi Georcc Woodie. who went to North Carolina sometime ago has re tirnvd to Ins home here accompanied b hU brothers Mr Will Montgomery was over from McKinncv on business last week The Death ngcl viited the famil) of Mr Sam Rejuobls and took him from their midst Mr. Re) nobis hail -cocntlv moved here from Lexington anl shortly after moving here, became affected with rheumatism then later tok pneumonia which resulted in his d ith He leaves a wife and nine chil drcn to mourn his loss. His remains were sent back to Lexington for interThe family will soon return to ment up nrrroui force, even when your feet are at rest. In repose, at in action, very muscle of your foot U at perfect in the CROSSETT Shoe. .SOU) IX lAT.KY TOll'X $4 and 5$ Lein?ton. ROBINSON'S STANFORD, Condensed Report of KENTUCKY Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House Honor Roll of Turnersville School James McCormack, Hattic Camcn isch. Caliie Lutes. Lillie . McCar mack, Johnnie Reichenback, Laura Lutes Clara Camenisch, John Cameu-isch- . George Bryant, Joe Lutes. The pupils who fame ever) day during the rnontn are: Joe Lutes, Lillie B Mc Cormack. John Martin, Ldward John Camenisch. Reich-enbac- for SEED CORN, FIELD SEED and Garden Seed V v. 'MS Stops Falling Hair Hall'a Hair Renewer certainly stops falling hair. No donbt abont it what. ever. Yon will rarely be Batiafied. MARSHAL'S SALE FOR TAXES 1, James P. Jones, marshal of Crab Crrharcl. Ky will on Saturday the 9th Dav of Mav, 1914 Ullei tor sale, at the court hotiee door in Crab Orchard, the following real property returned delinquent Same being the amount due for the city of Crab Orchard, for the cars of 1911 13. Said sale to begin at I P M standard time 1boc paving before that date, will be tnrken from the list. This 13th dav of Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, March 4, 1914 "Honor Roll Bank" RESOURCES: LIABILITIES: Capital Surplus and Profits Circulation Bills Payable Deposits -- m J. P Don't fail to attend the Dimviddic sale at Morcland Saturday, May , H. T)re) W, L. Bel' M pnl. 1914. $262 18.14 .HFS&j? Lt ffrr. WUUC1 JH IBBBBB 'hJkllfSBrWmamm "ifcr JBHBBVBHBBBBBBBBBBWVajl Conder Conder Dr. W. J. Ldmiston 2 lots .. $1,000 each Mrs hmma Farris J. W. Guest Ben Howard Kidwcll and haaca Sam Tudor J W Moore I'd Rogers Mrs Addie Riddle Will Sultr I M MeCarlcy Pcttus. Dcborde and Magee M. M 13.90 Loans $358,484.97 U.S. and Lincoln County Bonds 132,500.00 Banking House and Fixtures - 6,500.00 Due from Banks Cash - - - - 31,22523 $100,000.00 ' 107,639.01 100,000.00 221,071.19 $528,710.20 NONE 74S 35 IS 3 59 UtAh 1 65 154 2 OS $528,710,201 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK .j an msi Court Hoiu Stanford, Ky. ,. 775 551 18 0o . 624 1288 . 20ft "PILE OF STYLE" CLOTHING FOR MEN The Kind That Look' Well and Wear Well. COME IN AND TRY THEM ON. !sBBKWsWHsp mkkmwmMmur New Goods Display kkmmmmmmkaaW . ' t-7- - -'- mmmm. i.. . If 'mmMmWmM&&LL sJf' wmm j&smmW LScUfJ 8k 11 $ T NEW MATTINGS, DRUGGETS, RUGS, WINDOW SHADES, WALL PAPER AND EVERY-THINTO MAKE THE HOME COZY AND ATTRACTIVE. COME IN AND SEE BEFORE BUYING. OUR G SUITS FROM $10 TO $20 V LINE W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Mlin i3Bu - x f - "r--?- i- n iTir '! L j7 iawaw?rTMliiMl G. B. PRUITT. - - Moreland. Kv. J. L. Beazley & Co., leaHeeaaaaWfllleaaaaleaaaaaaHL A J. C. M'CUry SEED CORN! have Boone County White and Red cob corn from the crops ellow Dent of 1912 also Kcid's crop of 1913 which has been care, fully hand picked as well as all other farm seeds write for sam26-- 4 ples and price, I f """"l All Kind for Sale by GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky W. BUSH, NELSON, UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealers in Furniture Matttofl, Rust. Furn)- - UNDERTAKER AND EMIALUCI ture ExchMiMl far w Kbttf Of Lexington, Ky, PHONE 42 Ittck. 0ffk PMm ism 117. .At , mM a i Htm nm N. .yj CA STANFIRD. KY. TANFORD, KENTUCKY. . -- Fmi v t- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1914 O - COMING SATURDAY .-- "Joseph in the Land of Egypt" It has been highly praised by laymen and clergy BIG MOTION PICTURE COMING SATURDAY Presbyterian Church. Under Auspices 4 REELS In the case of clotlics, style should not be made the defense. Quality alone will withstand the onslaught of the critics. A Biblical Thanhouser Production, Featuring James Cruse and Margaret Snow, with a Strong Supporting Company. -:- 4 FIRST SHOW AT 7:20 SECOND SHOW at 8:45 3 -- :- PARTS 3 Stanford Opera House, Saturday Night, April 25th. trTmwmimSBm MHMHRMimiillHMWMHnmiMmM!! THE JOY OF DANCING EXERCISE erv few women or men seem In e..rc to Tango or get Dancing Kxercise unless they are assured the freedom liom uclutik! feet that Mllcn's i'oot Lasc, the antiseptic powder to be shak en into the shoe, alwa)s gives. Since the tendency to hold Dancing parties ha become almost a daily and hourly necessity in every commuiiit), the sale so the Druggists of Allen' Foot-hasrtport, has reached the mark. Sold liver) where 25c. Trial package FULL. Addles Allen F Olm. sled, LcK'o), '. Y. high-wat- - Admission 10c and 20c. WAYNESBURG i Don't Sleep Well No Good Reason Just Can't Sleep They bnve no lpea.e of. the nervous good. Their Digestion Is talrly habits are pretty Good. They may nmokc n little or drink a little, yet their hpblts arc fair. Still they can't sleep well. Just a little unbalanced In the nrve centers. That I. all. They should have a Ilttlo "righting up." A tonic will generally do this. The rlftht nort of a tonic. Peruna Is exactly the tonic. Digestion is hurried by Peruna. Tho stomach Is empty nnd ready to rest for the night The circulation I equallied. The brain Is relieved of all congestions and irriapcniR to bo no ppetlal reaxon. uys-tern. fiomp pcopln rnn't sleep. There Hi (iM ffc th4 A VI laUtiob la Striking style and excellent quality are interwoven in ami Mi Jennie Robinson closetl their school here Fridaj the 17th. L. McCartj, of Manford. was Mr K here Saturdaj ami sold Messrs. Curtis and V II. Morgan each a new Fonl car. Mism-rtie Moore, of Maude ami near Mt. Olive are visiting Mrs. II II Singleton. Mc'damis lirminc Hall anil T C" Morgan, spent Saturday night ami Sundaj with their sister, Mrs. R. Cur Its, Prof Rusior Whceldon s Adlcrs Collegian Clothes Dr. G. G. Peiry Goei Abroad Dr G. G. Perry, one of Stanford's doctors, left last week fur New irk Citv, where he will spend seveial wtiks ami he will go from there to Undon, Merlin, Vienna and a num. st abroad hei nl other places of before ri turning home n mt-re- I 1 H. J. McRoberts STANFORD. AT. Sujit Garland Singleton was in Crab Orchard C Alford has hem tpttiding a few tla in Lincoln count) this week bativillc Advocate Mr and Mrs L L. Samlers and Mrs. nderson of Crab (Jrhanl were here llinr.il.i) night for the street fair. l.it'lc Mts Ann Nave, of Huston-vil't i he Rtiet of her aunt, Mm S 1 lit-t- One Lohc Germ Breeds Millions tort rn U tfc rvifninndrrlli pkltu itt trrdtn Urrvwtllt ft w 4471. llurlittc "TIZ" Soothes Sore Tired. Sweaty Feet Mr wJ Mr:. V. J. K...Hsr.. ...! Ah! what relief. No more tired feet; R..I. I (urate, of Ijncister wen ttnut.A It tooth, trxlpcM . tar. . T kraii(Uo,i. ltar It. IK. bui will ytf bu4ra J here a short tune Thursday afternoon no more burning feet, swollen, bad .1 4wun el trinibl.. r Mrs I C McClary, who has been smelling, sweat) feet. No more pain "T.ll It Br Ui D.II" Kinfimd to her bed for several dajs in corns callouses or Inininns... No matter wlta. ii account of sicklies, is able to be up ails jour feet team or what unPERSONAL and SOCIAL Mis Clara Collier came down this der, the sun afternoon from Crab Orchard to be the you've tried Mr. Jennie Wolfe, of Danville, is Kiiot of Mis Mar Dttidctte and at g without tlie Biiet of lier iUt, Mrs. T J. Hill, tend Hie street fair relief I Mi Sr. Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster, just use "TIZ" K. K. Pcpplcs. of Paris, has been tins returned to her home at "TIZ" draws hcic ttcvcral etl. utteiitlitiK the trc.t after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Char-lout all the tie WVrcn. f.ur. pois mous ex Forest Joint DcUortU-- , of Crab Orchard, is J MrMiss HessieFitKcrabl, of Danville,udatious which and Wilkinson, of Lancashue visiting his brother, George . puff up the t"-- who bave been visituiK Miss Gerfeet. "Tl." is magical. "Tl." is grand trude Wilkinson went to Lancaster Pri-lMai) llurilcttc was the Mis "TIZ" will curt )onr foot trouble so Of ,MU Clara Collier at Crab Urchatit Albert Wavne. of Danville, has re- vmu'II never limp or draw up sour face Tliiiri!j. turned from McKinne), where he has in pain Wir shoe won't seem light I), liails, of CrcstwiKxl, SIicllij bcn the uuest of his uncle, M. C. Tan . and jour feet will never, hurt or get county, is here this wcik with his son, ner He wa .iccompiuird home by vjre. swollen or tired. xitrcd I'.ails. Get a 25 cent 1ki at any drug or Oswald and Verncv Tinner, i Mister department store, and get instant reMl Mar Ilnrcn iu rctunuil home tvho will spend the weik with hurt. lief. after a visit to her son, bam lliiicu "loveph in the Land of Egypt" and family at llolittee, Ala. Bee Lick "loepli in the Land of liK)pt" (he Mrs. Josie Sukk hai returned home We are having some ver) nice weathafter a isit to her son, llarr SUKK i eture to be shown at the opera house Saturd.iv iiikIh for the benefit of the er at tin writing. and wife at Knoxvtllc, Tcnn." Mrs. Mar) llrown is still better. We Miss Susan Kisher Wood has re- Cbri'lttn Ivndeavor of the Presbvterian turned home after a viMt to her sister, church. i one of the most interesting hope she will remain that way. Airs. David Proctor, still has bad n'c'tire lint has been made this jear Mr. S. M. Allen at MillerOmrn. The brautiiul story of Jnrnh, is verv health, but we hope she will recover Mrsdames S. M. Allen, of Miller-liurand G C Anderson, of Mt. Ster- ablv (hirtraved by a eleet Thanhouser soon. Mrs filbert lilder is on the sick list. east featuring James Cruse and ling, are the Riirts of their parent Mrs, W. F Ta)lor keeps alxmt the Snow a leads, The story op Mr and Mrs. K 1. Woods. Mr. Hrn Hardin anil children left en at the home of Jacob, thu Hebrew ,IIIK Horn, to the wife of 1). E. Herrin a Tuesday for Hazard, to join Mr. Har- Patriarch, who make for loseph hi ) most obedient on, a coat of many eol big girl, on April IV. din, who is connected with a eoal Sentinel, or and thereby aroues the jealousv of S. M. I"a)lor and A. M. Scott spent his eleven brethren. The favorite son's Zinnia) last with J. K. Taylor. Mr and Mrs. A M. Riffe, of l.ud-loof More, visit tn his brother, who are tending Mi. S. O, Proctor, wife and bab) and Mrs. N. W land, were the Rticst of Mrs. W A. their flocks is shown jnt as we im spent Sunday last with his brother, autre the recites while reading that Alex at CJuail Coffey at McKinne) last week. Mrs. David Adam, of Ottawa, spent S. M. Walter, of l'ortlaml. Ore. who vivid account in the Hible After Jo ha been the Kuest of his parent, Mr cull' brother's sell him a a lave to the night with W. Ii Tajlur and fam-tl- v merchants, covers his coat one night last week. and Mrs. J. W Walter at Lancaster, the caravan Mr Libert lilder, has moved into his wit here several days this wtck with of imny color with blood antl tell his obi f ith.tr that some wild beast ha de. new il tiling house and hays he likes nlatKes and friends. to it fine. Mr. J M. Hollowav and little soured him. the serene change Kifvi't Here lie is shown a the lave Morris Taylor has been doing some Frances, of Chattanooga, daughter. with paptring for Dr. 11. 11 Isaacs. The story closes who have been visiting her sister, Mrs. of Poiiphar. Miss Lera lilder of this plare i Mm Uriuht. left Thursday to isit re- the visit of the brother to Fvpt for food Trulv this is a masterpiece in stajing with Mrs. W. Ii. Taj lor this lative and friends at Paint Lick. tl motion pictures and every one should w et k Mr W M. Wade, a prominent Mr Steve Proctor, of QuaiK ' visit, man. formerly of this place Mop- make nil effort to see it. A special musical program has been jirep.irrd ing his bro'her-in-law- -, Mr. John Strin-ue.ped off to shake hand with friend me Jr.. this weik. while en route to Louisville on uusi anil sacred music appropriate to scene will be played. Mr. U". Ii. Owens says lie will lie mss. read) to plant corn when he gets his i.roi"iu riady Man ii .tLhJTMaT '...rtfciiTfcl Ml, J nniimiiiniTii W A Owens is teaching a singing cli iv I at Gum Sulphur. Mrs. Walkter Scott is stilt in Soon, waiting for her father and mother They had measles. Antiseptic Salve Br4to IttA DR. DtLL'S e. Directory of Kentucky Breeder N'carl) 2.5()i) names of KentucKians engaged in breeding pure bred livestock will be coutaiiHtl in a bulletin siviti to it issued by the Stale DepartThire arc 857 ment of Agriculture J5 pcojiie breeding saddle horses; breeding thoroughbreds; 258 handling 15 breeding standard bred trotters; 1'erchrrons, Morman and other big JO breeding ponies; 001 breeding' cattle of various kinds, 505 in the hog business. 2M raii;ng jacks and jennets, 136 in the sheep industry, and .Vi breeders of Angora goats. Commis-iifH- i Newman aul Kentucky stock .till rank high for furnishing foundation ttoek for farms, but he wishes to encourage the stock industry on the aviragr farm? The Peruna acts on every blood vesel In tho system. It acts on all of the nerve centers. One begins to sleep and hardly knows why. Take a tcaspoonful to one of IVnin.i before each meal. Sometimes another tablespoonful at necessary, where tho sleepbedtlmo lessness Is very pronounced. Just try It, neighbor. You will bo glad If do. One bottle will convince you. Peruna Is no sWp medicine. It Is not a nervine. It contains no narcotics. It Is nothrng of that sort. It Is simply a regulative tnnlc. Kvery homo uhould bo provided with the last edition of the "Ills of Life." sent free by the Peruna Co.. Columbus, Ohio. table-rpoonf- ul 1 tations. Urban Singleton, T. S. Rev Mr noble. M:itrr Ittltlrr RftnnbU. and Mrs. W. R. Singleton and MUt Cora Singleton motored to Stanford on Friday in the former's auto. Mr, krinine Hall visited Mrs. T S Rc nobis first of the weik. Mrs. D. W. Caldwell and Miss Maud Caldwell are ill at this writing. Mrs. W. R. litibank. of Eubank, spent Sunday with Mrs. 11. II. Single toll. Mfr contracts with the wood, leaving no cracks exposed to the weather is basis of THEkind thatelastic paint expands and Anchor White Lead (Dutch Boy Palnler Trade Mark) NFAL'S CREEK The good ranis have kept the farm-c- r from plowing in this part of tht i get-tui- country. Mrs. James Kirk and Clttlcr Kirk v.eri in Stanford Wednesdav Misses hthcl and Ilcssic Urackclt, of Stanford came out to see Miss Usa Farmer Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Charley llaugh continues quite ill at this writing, wc are sorry to saj .Miss Osa Farmer is visiting Miss C b. lc acl a. Mar-Kn-ri- lr corn-pan- thru--Londo- w Pij. Miss Cletter Kirk is at Hustons illc wuli her aunt, Mrs Alexander. Mis Alma Martin and brother, le were out to see Mr and Mrs. J. J Hidden last week. Mr. Howard and Joe Kirk were in Hojle county to sec Mr. Lee Kirk last weik. Mt Wallace Farmer and son, George were out to see Dink Farmer. Mr. Jeue Hutchinson was out to see Mis ) J. iichlvn Sunday. The gtxid folks of this place are puttNeal's gttod foot log across ing-a Creek. It certainly has been needed ioi a long tune. Mi Ftta Luster visited Miss Dul-ci- e Haugh Saturdaj. Miss I'lieliua Hutchinson came over Fainter Sutidaj-- . ii see Mr R. M. Raines was out to see Mr and Mrs. W. R. Raines Sunday. Missis Chloe and Kffie Farmer were, 's to Misses Catherine and Sallic H. last week. Miss Annie Kirk wa down from Mason's Gap to sir her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. James Kirk. Miss '"aihenne Terry visilid Mr. ami Mrs. i. N. Terrj Mi. Richard Daugherty came home, from Somerset Tucsdav. A good crowd left this place to attend the street fair at Stanford Tues-da- v night, .Mrs. litlward ltailry and little Karl vvere over to see her mother, Mrs. William Raines. Mrs W IS Daugherty and daughter Mi Mjrtle were over to Hee Lick to see friends this weik. Iloj'ce Httiin and H.irvevt Farmer made a fljing trip through this part of the country this weik. Hcl-den- murine Hidden. Messrs. Urban, Roj and Oliver Sin glelon, A. U. Morgan and K. Curtis, spent Sunday in Stanford. Misses Irene and Juey Singliton spint Sunda) with Miss L'lma Morgan Miss Emma Jenkins, of Pleasant Point, is staying with Mrs. L, G. Gitoch Mr. George Sturgeon and famit) ot irginia. were here last week on West their wa) back to their old home at Gunrhpiwn Mr and Mrs. Roscoc Wheeldon spent the latter part of last week with home folks on Huck Creek. Mr Morgan Caldwell came hotn from Oneida. Tcnn., Monday where hi 'Ms been working. Mr Stanley Dumas was called to 'innilcl. Tcnn.. Saturday to work in the depot Mr. Dean Smith is confined to hi oni The result of a piece oi sio I I'lllum him in the ejc. Thurdav whili .wirkttiT in hi blacksmith shop. Mr. and Mrs. Hradley McMullin arc rejoieirg ov- -r the arrival of a little girl m their home. Little Thelma Dumas is able to be out Hgain after several days' illness Master Ray Warriner has been ver) ill. but i better at this writing. Mrs. T. H. Caldwell is at the bed side of her mother at Somerset, who is verv ill Mr and Mrs. R. E Horton and children, of Stanford, were here Saturdaj. Miss Yehna Morgan spent Saturday niiilit with Misses Irene and Juey Singleton. Mrs. I II. Aclon is ill at this writing Messrs. Roy and Oliver Rev nobis and Glenn Morgan spent Sunday with Roland D. Singleton. Little Crjstal Caldwell is better a', this writing. Mr. S. D. Jeffrej is moving into his new house, which has just been completed. Mr and Mrs. Tolbert Curti spent Saturday night with her parent, near King's Mountain. Messrs. T, J. Burleson. Urban Sin clrlon. F. O. Gooch. E. L, Gadbcrrv and Mr. Toms, were in King's Mountain Saturdaj. Mr.srs. . H. II. antl Urban Singleton. 'and TS Glenn Morgan were in Stanford Mondav Mr To-nSingleton ha rented the Mr. Urban L. G, Gooch property recently vacated by J. T Horton. and will move into it soon Mr. and Mrs. Virgil McKen-ri- s will move into the house, which hi' wil I vacate. Mr. and Mrs. I.ceman Sineleton vis ited her rnrents at Parlor Grove Sat unlay and Sunday. and pure linseed oil. We sell, these prime paint ingredients as well as the necessary tinting matter to get the color combination you desire. Ownrr'a Painting Guide to helo you Is another sr rvlce fcatire. It's full of ciInr rcheroes, painting tiuuj mil suukUoiu. Co:rx in and ftt your ccpy. Penny's Drug Store, STAN'l'OKI). ' jm? go OW KKXTl'l KY. GIVE YOUR WIFE A BANK ACC0UN1 A MAN NEEDED MONEY BADLY ONE DAY MUCH; HIS WIFE ASKED HIM-HHIM A CHECK HE TOLD HER; SHE WROTE FOR THE AMOUNT. SHE HAD PUT MONEY IN THE BANK, AND SAVED HER HUSBAND ''" FROM BUSINESS FAILURE. A woman with a bank account makes a better companion; she gets interested in her husband's affairs; she knows where money comes from and where it goes, and she takes mighty good care that it goe$ as far as possible. She can save you trouble and MONEY. Give her a bank account. s Make OUR bank YOUR bank I State Bank W. L. McCARTY, & Trust company Surplus, $1,160. M. B. SALIN, ii i Mozart Recital Postponed The Mozart recital that was to have hem given tin afternoon at the Graded School by the Mozart Club ha been postponed until Tuesday afternoon, April 28, at 2 :30. Capital, $50,000.00. Pres. J. S. RICE, U. G. PERRY, 0. h. PENNY. V.Pn-6- . Cashier. W.G. SMITH, rail-riM- -, I , Make Your Old Furniture Look Like New GEE) Consumption Takes 350 People Every Day A dispatch from Washington WednesDeafness Cannot Be Cured day said that Zechariah T. F.lkins was br liiral iiM'Ikitliuu. tbrj cannot rnrh th r. Tbrv l onljr ouo pooiutid to be a storekeeper and gaug-e- t tlln.-- i )wrtln vf thi and tint ! br cmtltuttn. in the Danville Internal Rcvinuc tt raufnl rM!f th bqrnfr Ullnlns l by ail lutUnirtl It"' V'ntartitn disfict. fsmitltlvn 'f mucoiM tube la Inflamrd Tut. Wbrn ttils tuiprrrtit bearing,jou ban aud vben riuublluir Miuud or la Ibr rnult, aud It l I'litlrrlr rlMM'd ' Kzn3' 11 KPEE g BF IT's RE-NU-L- its fine results and your own work. RE-NU-LA- C an easy and inexpensive matter. apply a coat of Pee Geo and you'll be delighted with makes old furniture, Pee Gee floors and woodwork look like new worn again. Try it. m PtiCce RE'KU-LAit a Stain and Vamlsh Natural Wood colors. combined. Comtt In All sites. White, Cold and Stiver Enamel. Jl t PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO., Incorporated i Mwaufucturera t t t Louisville, Ky. :y LYNE BROS. CRAB ORCHARD, iiiii preventable with timely, intelligent SoM br Tata lUll'a fimllr I'llti for conitlpatloo. Thousands upon thousands of women h:.e kidney or bladder trouble and treatment. never suspect it. HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT These appalling facts should warn Women s complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney troubles, or us that after sicknehs, colds, overthe result of kidney or bladder disease. work or any other drains upon The People's Market Place AdverIf the kiducjt are not in a health) tise What You Have to Sell condition, they may cause the other or- strength, Scott's Htnulw'ou should gan to become diseased. be promptly and regularly used beEdison Mania lamps at W H You may suffir a great deal with Try them. cause tul)crcular germs thrive only iain in the bark, bearing down feelin a weakened system. ings, headache and loss of ambition. HAM J W. Stewart to paint yom Poor health makes jou nervous, irThe tested and proven value of roof He will charge you 20 cents a it ritable and mav be despondent; lf makes any one so. Scott's Kmulsiou is recognized, by square. Hut hundreds of women claim that greatest specialists because its DIAMONDS at great reduction unthe by restorDr Kilmers 1 ing hetlth to tin: kiduevs; proved to be medical nourishment assimilates til July 1st. W. II. Mueller. mst the remedy needed to overcount quickly to build healthy tissue; such conditions. Insure vonr uronerlv v. l'h Ornmlev good kidney medicine, possessing aids in the development of active, & Broiiilev. Stanford. Kv. ''cal healing and curative value, should blood corpuscles; 'e a blessing to thousands of nervous, strengthens the lungs and builds FOR SAL1'. -- ictiola at a bargain women. condition, ik finish and in Many smd for a sample bottle to physical force without reaction. making splendid imuic. owner wish. , the great Kid ee what tuber'o purchase a larger oijo. Apply this nev. Liver and Illadder Remedy will Scott's Kmulsiou is used in do for llieui. livery reader of this pa- culosis camps because of its rare office PrujriUI-TSe. Hig-gin- in the United States and the surIMPORTANT TO ALL WOMEN prising truth is that most cases ore READERS OF THIS PAPER can l tekni out aud unlraa tb iuSamruatlon tbU .tuts rratorrd to Ita uormal rondltloii. brar-Idj- c Ill U' ilrtro)-'- d foreYtr: nine cats out vf teu ire rau'd br Catarrb. nblrh la r.othliifc but an lituaux'd stidltkn of tbf lnucxua aurfacca. Wo will flvo Hue Hundred IioIUra for auj ra of IVafnr-- a (rauu-br ratarrb) tbit rannut If runs! br Hall's Catarrh Curt-- . Snd fvr lireu "' r""' K, & Toledo, O. J. CHENEY ., CO.. Try Our New Tongueless Truck Harrow W. H. Higgins FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY ' 33-- 2 27-- Swamp-Rou- t, 31-- "Opportunity m Inl llaV Seeks the man with ready 'vcr-work- first-clas- s Swaum-Root- 'I 30-t- f KENTUCKY a one-doll- per, who has not already tried it, by g propenclosing ten cent to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uinsliainton, N. Y., may receive erties and because it contains no sample sire bottle by Parcel Post. You alcohol or g drug. and can purchase the regular fifty-ceB: bure to insist on Scott's. sire bottles at all drug stoics. bsvtt & lluwuc. UlooiufirM, " J body-buildiug, blood-makinlmbit-formin- u Hf Prepare for his money. coming by opening an account WRITh me, telephone me, conic and te me about jour house, carriaijis. ami automobile painting. Paper hanging -- a specialty. Shop on West Main street Telephone in residence, No. J. J, Ilelden, Stanford, Ky. 0-- R 29-t- f. at this strong Bank." TODAY . l STANFORD. MMTVCZT. $ THK 1NTKRI0R JOURNAL FRIDAY, APRIL M, 1114 BLEUCHER Record t:t) 4, Trial 2:14 Half Ilrotlter to I.ula Watts (.) 2.27 liamls foaled 1900. Standard Registered Vol. 3-- 461S8 18. 4 Trotter, llrowtt Stallion, alout Alcvr.nr 6.12. 2 27 Sire of Ml, dams of 65 Xoondav llv St. dim) 275. Great llniod Marc. Harrv Clav 45, 2:29 Sire of 4 dams of 50. Norwood Hellc Ily Norwood 522. Uaron Wilkes 4758, 2:I& Sire of 12 in 2 10, etc, Queen Kthel. Ily Stratlimorr 408. Dam of flump 2:03 3-- 4 2. 15 J-- 4 J. J Allen, of the West End, sold an Henry FMdi Buys Farm ixlra good buggy horse to Frank orth Hehry Fields, a prominent joung busof Hustomillc for $150. iness man of Lincoln, bought this week George Wagoner, of Bourbon, sold a the farm owned by J. M. Lair, situated Dur- an the thuc-- i car-ol- d draft mare to Jeff Somerset pike, alout three miles ham, of Ruddles Mills, for $i5. from Stanford and contains 79 acres. Mills, Mr Fields and Grcvcr Harney, of Ruddles bought a sow and thirteen pigs from farm. The place wife will move to this cost Mr. Fields around l.d Owsley, of Bourbon, this week, for 7U an acre $55. Wort ftr xrti. CempcrHen of Md uaifsg CrtmlMf rawti AtoM .. J" (Park J OO Silent Hrook 19709 Record 2:16 t Sire Hilly llurke 2.03 CD Meadow Shaw bay 2 07 Kntma. llrook 2 09 Zarrinc Itronk 2 09 Lady licllhrook 2.07 2 10, etc 4 I J iirigiitligm Dark Wilks Valpa 2 09 etc, Jcnnv Cla (ircat brood marc. 2(8 light N'lght 2858 sire of 24, inc Search 1M 4, Clara Dam of l.ala Watit (2) llleuclier 2 29 tr 2.17; out of a half itcr to Silent Hrook 2:10 2 27 -4 Mkllie Ctuv Half sister to Silent 2. 2. Mokr 24457 iire of llrenda lorkc 2 04 Fcrno 2 05 I 2. Natne Mrlle (J) 2.06 Silver Silk (4 2 08 2 S tisie (J) 2 07 etc. (.') it 19 -2. Wilkes N'utwood 8.000 2.24 Sire of Carl Wilkes 2 KM Jenny Clay Reddic tlajHrook 2:00 ily Harvey uay 43. and Lilly U.iy (4) 2 25 Dam of Silent llrook dam of l'nic 2 21 Reddic Clay (4). 2 16 2.25 etc Meadow Hrook 2 . Shaw lay 2 07 sire of lMly Burke 2 0J Silent Hrook 19769, 2K SilLady llelbrook 210. Htitter Hrook 2.10 Emma Hrook. 2 09 Hrllv Hrook 2.0") etc Sired dam of Clialt) Direct (4) 207 etc Margaret Hathgate (4) 2 11 ent Urigadc (2) 2.10" and was grandim of True His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Reddic Clay 2 25 Yorke (.1) 208 4 (Futurity (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Hrenda Moko 24457, sire of Fcrcno 2.05 winner.) (3) 2.06 (champion filly) Native Belle (2) 2 07 4 winner,) (?) 2Sh Susie N. (3) 209 (4) 2 05 (Futurity winner) (Futurity winner,! Silver Silk (3) 207 Manrico (Futurity winner) etc Sired Momastcr. 2.11 Siliko (I) 2.11 Gomokc 210 Mobcl 2.10. Mochcster 2.10 Martha Tipton (4) 2.09 (champion trotting stallion.) Vito (4) 2.09 dams of the Harvester 2.01 Baron D. 2.10, etc. etc. Brother to Hump 2031-O'Ncil (3) 2:13 last quarter in 32 seconds, is a handsome seal half in Blcitchcr 46,158, rcctrd, trial mite 214 brown horse, and will wcirIi 1100 pounds. He greatly rceniblcs his good sire Silent llrook and is out of Clao by the great Futurity sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the lest race horse families of the present day. He be ing a rial raif horse himself, haing had very little training and most of that hv an ama teur. It certainly looks like this horse is of Grand Circuit ca1ier, and if given half a chance he will win his share of the money sure. HLF.UCIIF.R is a perfect tjpe of road horse, good gaitcd with perfect manners .wears no boots or weights, lie has an undefeated record in the Stallion Road Class for 1913, and is concidcd by good judges to be the best road horse out this year into the best families of the This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and see how many they have in the list both sires and dams. Tins great trotting stallion will make tin Fcain of 1914 at my stable in Lancatcr, Kentucky, at 2, Zarrinc 207 3-- 3-- 4; 3-- 3-- 4, 3-- 3-- 2. 4, 4, 3-- 4, 3-- $20.00 To Insure a Living Colt. am prepared to take care of marcs on grass at 10c per day Lieu retained on colts for sen ice fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with Care taken to pro ent accidents but not responsible should anj occur 1 W. B. BURTON, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY TELEPHONE NO. 95 S. C. Black Orpington Eggs. per $3 per setting 15. of 15 Fawn and White Indian Mrs. S. J. Emhry, Stanford, Ky. FL Runner Duck eggs, $1.00 Sam Bell Buys Three Acres More Sam J. Bell, was here from Case Have won first prizes at Louisillc. (State Fair)' Hopkinsille. Richmond Masons' Meeting vounly, where he recently bought a nice Danville and Stanford, in 1913. My birds are not only prue winners, but Lincoln txlcc .No. mU I. farm, and is greatly pleased with his stand commantcotton 80 V. m A. U- -snd Iktrd on ffh first great egg machines. Ten pens mated, eggs at reasonable 'prices. Write for location. Mr Bell this week added Mirdr nlfhit of rim month t 3 octork t. mating list and show record. Also Fiwn Indian Runner ducks eggs for FARM AND STOCK NEWS Bltaforl. Kj. Men three more acres to Ins tract, so as to iVIr htll on Main sale. Red cockerels for sale at $2 to $5 each, A. C. Hill, Stanford, Kentucky. bri of square it out. getting them from J C prrwnt. illrr lodgri fr.trrnillT mrttrd lo b J. W. 1IIELASU. Hk'i, FOR SALE. Two wool clipping Coulter at 100 an acre, which is rath-c- r machines. A. W. Carpenter, Morcland, a high price, he says, but as the WE will in the future, receive wool, land exactly fits into his farm, he 1 have two pens that are prize winners; one headed by cockerel of indi. only at the depot in Stanford, and only ficls that it is a good investment. vidua! merit; the other one by yearling mck that is hard to beat. Eggs from on the first three days of each week. cockerel pen, 51.50 per 15, C22 from rock pen, $1 per IS. ). ). Ldus iiiu bun, wool Oliver. jO-- o LuW R. 1 his. Lexington and reROBERT CARTER Charlie and Nerin Carter are paying turn via Southern Railway, on account Cat Hot aid Do Not Totck tki Uw 21 cents tor good, clear wool. See of Spring Race Meeting. April 24, to Tb.y mar cl.tr oat the InUitlnil tract. May 7 Reduced fares from all stations them before you sell. lf bat do not r.lific tbe dunmed-abll. FOR SALE. Good seed corn, known in Kentucky. For full information YMrt too M7 Appl. Root (c.lltd When you invest your money in my white Plymouth Rock Eggs. ou have jllin) mi iMMMort bll t.rt.r. as, Rcid Yellow Dent. It is an early call on anv agent of the Southern made a profitable investment. You will get birds that are thoroughbred and It grlpnl fMrfullr, but brong bt out th. corn, vigorous plant yield fine Ratlwav. F N. bll. Podophjrlltn with th. frit Ulen as white as snow. I guarantee to please you. Send in jour order now. $1.50 per bushel. At and Reid's farm. A., St. Louis, Mo Westcrman, A. G. P F. ont U now to b bad und.r th. Mtu Price $1.50 and $1 and 50c for 15 eggs. Will give a discount on 100 egg lots. TO THE FARMERS. We are in the Have a few cockerels at $1 each. L. W. Cundiff, Liberty, Ky. wool business for the n firm Gastineau Cook George Wesley Cook. 20, a farmer, of of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, of Springfield. Tenn , and will pay Cisey countv. and Miss Sarah Gastihighest prices for same. We want our neau, 22. of Lincoln count), were marUred upon best foundation stock for jeary for egg production, type and coltrade See us before you sell. J. D. ried at James Gastineau's Wednesday Not high priced, but or. Eggs fertile, chicks strong. Eggs for hatching Eads & Son, Alfred, Stanford, Ky. will produce what you want. Write. 1 HAVL a draft stallion, George J. C. McCLARY, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Hur, Jr., that will make the season of 1914 at my place on the Somerset pike at $10 to insure. Will also stand one of the bc-- t mule jacks in Kentucky at FOR SALE Eggs from pure bred Indian Runner Ducks, $1 per setting $1C to insure. Enrique will also make the season at the same place at $10 to of 13. Wolford IS Lovell, Stanford. 24 injure. He is the finest little Shetland in the stale and has won uver them all. M. S. Gaugltman. Stanford, Ky II. F. Hill, of Monticello, sold last Single Comb White Lghorns, Black Orpington, White Rocks and Blue week tc Stokes Bros., a fine pair of Andalusian. Indian Runner and Wild Mallard Ducks. We have finest mat-inmare mules for $500. ever owned, and are in a position to furnish eggs that will hatch winRay Hourigan, near Lebanon, has ners and layers. Send orders ahead if win want eggs delivered promptly. Eggs from prize mating $500. $400. $300, $200 tlirte ewes which gave birth this spring per fifteen. We can spare several nice S. C White Leghorn cockerels at $500 each if taken to ten lambs. Two of the ewes had three lambs and the other one had foui at onre. LOMBARDY HEIGHTS POULTRY FARM R. L. Tipton, of Owiugsville, sold Jno O. Reid, Prep., Stanford, Ky. to Josh Wilson, of Owsley countv. a pair of mules for $600. At the sale of C. P. Goodpaster, of There is very little profit in keeping pounltry unless, they lay well in Midw'av, a pair of year-old mules sold winter, when eggs are high. We realize this and have been breeding our for $257.50, a pair of six vcar old mules Barred Rocks for heavy egg production, We will not allow a drone on the $435; single mules sold per head from farm and our egg records show that our hens are consistent lajers both ?HU tO JOU. winter and summer. Remember that the male is half the flock and that it is C. L. Kerr, of Lexington, sold, last much cheaper to buy a setting of eggs now and raise your own birds than week to J. F. Cook, the e it is to buy the birds this fall. LINCOLN FARMS, A. C COFFEY, MGR., mare Dannie C. Price not reported. McKINNEY, KY. Mr. Cook has shipped Dannie C. to ! Havanua, Cuba, to be shown in the ?1,U00 saddle horse stake. D. M. Cress, Jr., of Mt. Vernon bought of James Purccll, of Plato, one pair of fine mares for $44. Mr. Cress also bought of Burton & Purccll of the same section 108 shipping hogs at a fancy price. Saunders & Maggard. Poplar Plains, Ky., sold last week to Mr. Eestone, of Kansas, a nice three year old jack for $VJ0, and three jennets for $60Q. Also to same party the handsome young SALEM vcarold saddle stallion "Klimax5 for $550. This colt was winner of the two j ear old division of the futurity last jear. They recently sold to Mr Hine. man, of Kansas. 10 nice young jacks and 8 jennets, all at nice prices. Hill's S. C. UtedTand S. C. White Orpingtons. Hard coughs, old coughs, tearing coughs. Cive Ater's Cherry Pectoral a chance. Sold for 70 years. Ask Your Doctor. fO. A J.r Co.. Coughs lie sure and come to the Uinwiiiilic sale at Morcland May 2, and register lor the free lot that will be given aw ay, Raincy & Durham, of near Ruddles Mills, sold this week to a Montgomery county stock dealer, their ptcmium jack Old John, for $1,000. W C. Carpenter & Sou, of Boyle shoats county sold a bunch of Livingston, at to L A. lllanford, 8 cents per pound. Joseph Tarkington, Jr, of the West End of this county, sold to J M. of Bojlc county, a nice three-- j ear-ol- d marc for $150. The highest price for mule; heard of this season was paid in Madison county this week when the Standard Oil paid D. A. McCord. $oOU for an extra fine pair of gray mules. Seventeen Kentucky saddle horses. owned by S. T Harbison V Co., of Favctte, were sold under the hammer h) Francis M Ware at Durland's Riding Vcadcmv. in New ork, Tuesday night .for $7,405 an acrage of $4.16. J M Gover, out on the Danville pike has just bought a drove of 00 hogs to put on grass and feed. He got 49 ot them from T W Jones and II from Fd Davis, that ran an average weight of 97 pounds. They cost Mr Gover from seven and a half to eight cents a pound. T I) Matlack of Winchester, suffered the loss of his fine brood mare urora. b) Bourbon King, from acute ndigestion She was "valued at $1,500. and at the time of her death was in foal to All Peavine, one of the greatest in of Rex Peavine Mr. Matlack purchased the mare sometime ago from Allic Jones, of North Muldlctowo Cavwnod it Mct'lintock. of Paris, have made the following untie sales during the past few davs To Frank Collins, of Bourbon .two work mules at $400; to O Sharron .two work mules at $400; to Charles Thompson, one mule at $10; to W Ferguson, one mule at $210. The same firm also lought sevrn head of work mules in Mt. Sterling In Jcsamine county. last week. W M Campbell purchased from if 1. Martin, Jr.. 69 cattle, weighing 1,150 pounds, at $7.65 per hundred 186 hogs at $8-per hundred, one lot taken on Tuesday, and the remainder in two or three weeks. 112 Iambs at $5 per hundred to be delivered in June and July; also he !ought the wool from 115 sheep at a good price. Mc-(ira- Sells Fine Stallion W II and M. II. Bridges, of .Monv tgomery county, sold last week to Brothers of North Middletowu, their saddle stallion, Ed. watd llurke, for $1,200. This stallion was sired by Bourbon Chief, dam by ilson's King, and is one of the best galled stallions in Kentucky and will be shown in all of the saddle stakes this season He is a beautiful sorrel, with plentv of dash, action and speed, and coo' horsemen say that he is sure to be a winner Mc-trafivc-gaitc- d attlYatUltOpttruJtnBtek S For sate by New Stanford Drug Co, Stanford, V L, Davis & Son. Stanford. ., M, . I. zf te ana eowjitloBf -- n tm to make rrmwntrr1nde4H rnriff rtddtttM. siwwi ftwjrctrai wT uaiiuiiiriii. CMarmtA mm Rfm J wcH Pratta U KtMwr. PowoW-t- fa tnd 8e. 8rln nMM.ll. " rtrilh In ill ilium Hi Alst RtftiM itiUtliuiM; indite FntM. ftC Ate .A. tTMt torn J. tmk u cataMajl m Bl If Kentucky. 4041. Kentucky. v v C, McKee Bros.. Erecting Hog Plant McKec Bros., prominent dealers of the Duroc Jersey hogs, of Versailles, are erecting a model hog plant at "Forest Home" that will be the only one of the kind in the United States, There will be a central feeding house with twentv five :eparatc lots radiating from it thing alxmt it will be .sjstentiml and it will be complete in every dctatl. The feeding will be done by measure and a record kept of eahc pen The plant complete will cost Bought Eight Kentucky Horses Mr and Mrs. J .S. Anderson, of Oakland. Cal.. who have been in Kentucky the last three weeks visiting the saddle horse farms, expressed to California Saturday eight of the best saddle horses that ever left the state. Mr. and Mrs Andcron bought the horses for show mirmxrs. as Mrs inlrrin is one of the very best riders on the Pa cine coast several were bought from R S Scudiler, of this county The Iktsi-(.ought were Diana Dare, Undtt-lat- a Pany I'udulata nnie. Peg O'Mv Heart. I'lorella. Wcssiiii?rr Clurl Km'. tuckv Dare Red Delight and dam of I he horses cost from Kid Delight $500 to $2,000 each s TWO HUNDRED OLD BUGGIES AANTED l ii ; . To Paint and Make Lnk as Geod as New. W. J. ROMANS LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. . . miiwSBwB3Bm icBBMrTjiHiiHir' $i vLLwaH TO THE PUBLIC I rcptcsent the largest and best made-to-ord- rr clothing house in this conn-t- r Kd V Price . Co. Chicago. III. My experience in measuring and di- 25 recting the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who will is not a practical tailor If vnii give me vour order 1 will promise )ou a square deal You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheaper grades or the higher priced. My spring line of samples are now ready for jour inspection. Call and let me show )ou FTa .Ay.. ftjC- - ?XTsWTA'7 W"' immmmMmLLLLLLLLmmmLLLLLLLLLLwLLLv" 'lilZitfLBitalaBaaaaaaaaaaai rX?jO--- -l LwaaBBVL&L LwawNktnaBLwawLwawLwawLwawLwawLwawB wBbBSL 2T?' " wKajVJBBHBwwP--SlppMHJPMHHHHHHHH- itit, LlXSCaU ' HflSffL Barred Plymouth Rocks wBBnvistLif!Mfc wHwP. wBESeSSfiBf JT , lwP5L ' '' BaT. - wawBBSB9LjMSnaBBBBBBBaBBBl AfiwHBSwKwinwaBBBtBnwawBBBBHnwH wB$96br3QBIK1bbbbbbbHIbbbbbbbbbH MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVES p 1 LLEKzBmmtitLLTLLLLiGmmLESLLKmSmTLLLL White Plymouth Rock Eggs. S. C. 31-- well-know- Buff Orpingtons Indian Runner Duck Eggs For Sale Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!! and-$1.00 Speca Sale On! Come in and get your money's worth Men's and Boys' Clothing. Ladies' Suits, Skirts and Dresses. Shoes of all kinds. Dark lav stallion. 16 hands, foaled illagc farm. Aug. 15, 1901. bred at Fast Aurora. X. Y Sired by Dare Devil 2.0". He won seven championships. at National Horse Show First dam 2J3KX). Naught) Girl by Hex four years old, record 2.11 sire of American Hellc. three years, record 2 and 2) others in 2J0 list, a son of Onward 1411 record 2.25 I 4. and 175 sire i f Inward Silver 2.05 others in 230 list Onward was sired bj Geo. Wilkrs 1519 2nd dam Duenna by Mambrtno King 1275. sire of siri-0 including Lady of the Manor 204 third dam Dotlet by NiiIhihmI re-- 1 ocrd 2.IS and sire of 180 in 2J0 list. 4tb dam Topaz by Strathmore 408 sire of 90 in 2 V) list Fifth .lam Willard by Albion, sixth Dam Ned by F.dwm For- est, 7th Lad) Turner by Manibnno Chtrf II The Warfield, is an extra high class' horse, not afraid of anything, a high, actor and as well broken as an) horse in and out of the stable, has a cixmI coat anil carriage nice head and tail. He is a sure trotter He stepped a Amt-ricti- s 2 d 4, Tr. 2:24- The Warfield, 36621, da) handling. 2J4. muc grand Wartirld in 90 s is a but the family has furnished many noted show ring winners as well as Dare Devil and Mambrino King, both being champion show stallions of National fame received mure money in the show ring than any two stallions in the wot Id The Warfield will make the "(V, II. 11. King of 1914 at our farm-t- he place near Morcland, at $10 lo insure a live colt Season becomes due when marc is sold or parted with; every pretaken but not responsible for caution accidents should any occur. Good grass can be furnished at $2 per month. -- that entitle him to become a sire of note seeing that he is a son of the great rare horse and famous progenitor Dare Devil 20" The latter earned the title of the "Monarch of the Home Stretch." while on the turf, and after retirement to the stud anpurcd imperishable renown as a sire. Not only have the Dare Devils proved great race horses individuality truly made Horse, and bred in line The ot The Profitable Kind. -- sad-fil- We have a complete line of Dry Goods and will sell at a REDUCED PRICE. We will save you from 25c to 50c per cent, on anything you buy from us. At the same place we will also stand our fine, big jack Tolbert at S10 to insure Tolbcrt is three )ears old. 15 hands high, black with whitr points and fine Imiiic and weight Tolbert is by Peyton and out of Clumscy whose f'rst dam was Woodson Montgomery' THE FINE JACK, TOLBERT -- jennet Mted by George Tarkington's Napolron jack. Peyton's dam was Shanks' Jennet sired by Huff Dudde-rar- 's lack Dudderar'i lack's first data w.is lllain's jennet sired by Hrlgnolia. tec Tolbert before breeding your rnttle mares c7 M. BACK & PHONE SONS, 63-- MORELAND, KENTUCKY IIUSTONVILLB EXCHANGE. Stanford, Ky, March 3, 1014. ""j DON'T FORGET TO COME REMEMBER' THE PLACE f 1 BROMLEY & BROMLEY, Agents Stanford, Ky., GENTLEMEN: Your check, for claim filed with joti a few day ago received, for which accept my thajiks. This is the second claim I have had on my accident and health policy i"ce taking same with you less than a year ago, and both times you have been very prompt and fair in your settlements. Any time I can say a good word for you you can count on me, at anyone taking a iwlicy with you will find that it is exactly as represented by you and a good one. Very truly )0urs. IL. E. Bargain Store .H IIORTON. Public Sale Of livery outfit consisting of horses carriages, buggies and all equipment. Thursday, April 30th At 10 o'clock sharp on the premises One of the oldest and best livery stands Kentucky, made Terms in Central known on dav of sale. B. G. FOX 33-- 2 T D. English, Auct. tfiatjomtl The car that is worth all you pay for it as a business proposition, with the luxury and pleasure thrown in. The car that gives its owner no regrets for the amount of money he paid for it. The car that is sold in larger numbers than any car in the world. There is a reason for it. Be wise and profit by others' experience. When you want a car, buy a Ford. -- Public Sale Carroll Preston 4383 Bay, horse; star; both hind ankle white; eight year old; 16 hands SIRE. Preston 922 by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73 by Wash, ington Denmark 64. DAM. Baby Pence by Enoch Arden, 2d dam, Lady Pence by Forest (2863); 3d dam, Daugluer of Garrard Chicf,(2253) 4lh dam daughter Borle'i Gray Eagle. $15 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT 1 have facilities for caring for mares sent to me from a distance and will furnish good grasi and the best of personal attention. In all cases a lien will be retained on foal for service fee, according to law. Fees become immediately due and insurance is forfeited if mares are removed from state or bred to another horse Care taken tu prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. I invite inspection of all my horves and will guarantee satisfaction in all my dealings. He will stand at NunnelUy'i Stock Pens, Stanford, Kentucky. nt to town. Phe ideal rar fnv a nrrirfroccitio Vi u piuivuuivv t uuMiie&b man; u Dnngs tne tarm close -.- Having sold my farm located on the Ottenhciin pike three miles from Stun forj, I will sell the following personal on Thursday. April 30th. uVlock. One family horse, two nmles, good workers, one cow and vouug calf, one Holsteiu soon to be fresh, one brood fheifer, sow and five shouts, two pomes, veil tie to drive, 15 or 20 barrels of corn, 30 or 41 bales of straw, one e wagon, one buggy and harness, two sets of wagon harness and plow gears, 1 binder, wheat drill, mowing machine, hayrakr, two riding cultivators, one walking cultivator, two disc harrows, 2 double shovel plows, three turning plow j, 2 sets of irontrinle trees, 10 hemp brake, one smoothing harrow, roller, hay Irame, household and kitchen furniture, two cooking stoves, 2 lieatinu stoves, dressers, caroets. and loo numerous 10 mention. Ioiiirr iiiiiigt J. M. LAIS, 33-- 3 patented joiat ha rcrofo" tk whole btuIaeM M le building" tile by awkia& k pee . sible to construct a perfectly eoll4 stave i!o of any desired beiget. Wkw put together with a little white lead at e these joints, a stave THAT ', r . "V two-piec- picpcrty 10 at three-year-o- ld two-hors- Mccarty for Lincoln and Casey Count!. anderson, Agm. good ai If it were ssd of oas tUw ktavea, .tid very much 1cm expesaivc, There, ia no metal at theae Jc4()U to bwseiiM roded by the dd and bo cmtoidw watohtfi" cau collect In them to rot the wood. Tbie joint add years to the life of your atUsad many dollars to In value, We have a plaa by whlea yea eea e u Iudkaa Silo aud. let It pay lor tUwU k of what k oaves fee you oa next wlftter's leea ka PsifiPA: Civeusackooctocz)4aiKteye. W. P. KIMCAID STANFORD. KENTUCKY. .i'i.. bills. W. O. WALKER .w tv: lxS