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NO. 34 Th Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1914 Thl Paper Stops When Vour Time ii up Watch the Date On Label and Renew Your Subicript'on Promptly. TUESDAYS Oth AND FRIDAYS M , 1 k( J uViuik yCiCkU ulicriHAMi tour Anicricrfiu were killed by mobs IE tit tlic street beiorc tuc iihiii kh. iviuiiiAj was aim on ul lual hour. 1 uc American But Doubt U Expressed Whether MediCiuu luU been set oil nc tniec tiinc and tnc windows in tation Caa Stop Hostilities at ttery American owned tiuic tit tlic city FrttetH Stag nad uecu uiokvii. l lie American r1rr i uau lievil our lit d and looied. Waififiigtdii, April 28. While it was curio stores wctc wrVckcd and .. if. i - winim .. .... .i i.i uiivjit lUOtWII. rinui vicii. liuciia meditation today it i Known lie it inc Americans, of whom there were to make demands winch will be lb sjii tnc tram, were smuggled through impossible for (lie United States to con- uuoer ussumcu name. luc train, A. sider. The llircc probable tcrmt lie v.nicit was composed ot ciiu tnr, i.tr-n. will name will be . JoXt persons, tuv most aiKitit -- Withdrawal o( American troops from Ainuiig part llritlill ami Ueiuum. Mexican soil, 1 llililpt and laiiiuy, incut I'li.it there he nc negotiations Willi uuc wcic Itoucrt ol whom, an inlatit, was sutlcring Villa or other revolutionary trailer.. Recognition o( his Government by the lioni smallpox. The retugces were held at the station lntted Mates hours Irefore the capital for .iunonc of these conditions can the in luc was permitted -' to leave. A, per(rani United Stall agree Ettroean diplomats in Washington, it sistent seated Mad been made for the .. '. was, learned today, arc pcssimisuiorer Americans. lliic an order has been issued , the successful outcome of mcditatlpd against the further departure of Anieri-i'Iff South America Govern EScC' troi'ii- Mt'iWi t.itk,.a-believed r-i menfs'- - to trrrvrm warWTiii nicxicu! while l!iection of Great Britain". Gcr- - 4h.it the permission granted by the Uimly ol r- jiny arid ! ranee in urging rluerta to American Commander to totlic .Mu'aS te ' accept 'the good offices freffcrcl by (jtneiat Gu'stavO the. effict leave Vera ot causnrg halt an Lruz may Itutt Chile and Argentina t order. ucntou,raging .effect on officials litre, lliu vMllnjrawal ut the lluerta. General Muas is a relatives of v Uicrc are a few who liclicvc that suc- The McMcau Herald, a Mexican City 4. &til Can tfvrnlnalr frmn tke ittiilrrlaL. publication, which teniiorjrily stir ul The Spanisji Ambasiador's advices pernio! oil the landing of lorces i erli era Crut, has reapiiearcd in from Mexico City arc such as to war rant him irl'statinu th.tt Gen Hi'ticrta Cruze. Maff wa The entire editorial had arcfptrit: the propoitr of good ofbrought here from the capital, and the fice paper Is being publulud Ironi the plant The Ambassador'is now n.waitinK the forlpal and official accciuncc. and it n ul La Opinion, a local daily. Of the situation it said today; "All til this is rrfcived the three nicdttaiors Mexico is influenced against the AmMilt not hfRfn their formal cttni. ilcanlimc thct have hern informed hy erican and is preparing for war, while Stnor Kiano of Gen lluerta's pur(ose l lie tinted States authorities far fiom considering further aggressive ineas and ate hold ink preliminary mcctinc to rounder their line of procedure when ures against this county, are negotiating to' restore the Mexican officials the formal acceptance 'arc in hand. ft ii stated thor who are tindcrtnk-in- who left their posts. Hardly anyone but exercisrs of (jooil offices do so nelicvcs that this a Lackward step, and without anv commitment on their parr means the end of the possibility ot mericaus living or doing business in as to conditions one way ijr the other. When the formalities of acceptance arc this country for years to come. This concluded it it expected that each side step wHi be thought not an s.ct of conMill formulate conditions, and it .will' siderate n tut of weakness, and it wilt tothen be for. the meditator to try to encourage enmity and aggression find tonje common ground, for agree- ward the American." hi Dictamcn, a Vera Cruz newspament. Just how far these condition will per, .today says four American have Kiv as'lo an imittance on our tide that been killed by mob in Mexico City. It lluerta he eliminated, or a- - claim on declares it has received this informathe other side that he be rccoKuircd, tion front the Federal Capital. Three of the American victims were as well as (tie Tampico flaft incident and the Vera Crut situation remains taken out of street cars and killed in to lie developed as ihr negotiation ad- the streets, wliilt the fourth was killed in the Yyung Men's Christian As. vance fo a more definite stage. sociation lluilding by members of the baseball tram to which he belonged, acLatest ffewi From Vera Crut cording to LI Dictamcn, which made Vera Cuiz. April 28. Therfc was re- it rt-- a pearanvc today. Mexicans desiring to reach the injoicing here today when word wav re ccived from the Itritih Minittcr. Sir terior from Vera Crur. are to be exLionel Cardr"i '" Mexico Citv. that changed for American refugees who wish lo reach tile coast, according to Gen. ijuerta had agreed to permit another refugee train to leac the capital an arr:iiu;riuciit made today. A train and that 2S0 foreigner, including Am- full of Mexicans departed today, to ericans would arrive in Vera Cru to- go to the break in the line some miles friiniNthc city. morrow. The Mexican passengers are there Previously the hopev of Americans here whp had relatives and friend in to be transferred to the equipments the cap.ilaj had been buoyed up by a used by Nelson O'Shauglmessy, when statement given out in behalf of Ad- he came from Mexico City. On lioard this train they arc to go to miral. Fletcher that he had information which led him to hope for the early Cordoba, and if possible the tram is arrival of more American refugees to take up there the many Americans from Mexico City, for the better treat- - reported to le marooned in that place nient. nt all Americans mere anil pos- - and bring them back to Vera Cruz. F.forts to effect such an exchange ajUsm! r tlirir eventual release in importance to thcte develop- - and other courtesies arc now being rat the expected arrival ol Hie made The dispatch of a second train has of tro"us c nnmandeil liv Gen rick Funston, The soldiei were been planned, and it is thought proba"fWPrc before night fall and the sail- - ble that Consul William W. Canada irfj on the battleship along the city will go nut to Cordoba witli it. The front licjuml the breakwater eagerly llritish are tilo going to communicate in regard to the Kamicd the hnriion. for the tmuke of with the Mexican the liatllethin l.oiiijiana and the train British subjects, of whom a considerable number arc to be held at Cordoba. she was conveying, jkiMs ha The refugees arriving here bring in hi Nelson 0'Shauglmcsy feeling Kiessiou a letter from lluerta which word of intense it a virtual declaration of war upon the in all directions The American niili-ta- r I'nilcd tSate. The letter accompanied autt'oritie in Vera Crur considct ' the paSort which were handed to the the situation of American in the capiAmerican Charge d'Affairc just before tal and all over the republic to be hi departure from Mexico City. The grave letter mav vet play an important part er.i Cruz was isolated from direct jttintJie war. for it would serve as a communication with the interior, hut dc- - the sparse news brought here by refuwhjcli Congrc upon could Jiilafe-tha- t a state of war exist between gees indicates that the state of affairs i lie countrv ami .mcico. tuii- is bad and rapidly growing worse so tunM. unrc of the letter has been wired to far as Americans arc concerned. The order issued from the Admiral the Mate department. headquarters for the closing of all sa0'S!iatigliney crtine ihorc front the battle ship Miimcxita, where loons remained in effect today. 'I he restaurants arc having difficulty he sK-n-t the night a the guest of Admiral Fletcher He was accompanied in furnishing the usual quantity and by Consul General Shanklin. The two qutliiy of food owing to the impossiobtaining supplies. I'riccs "men were clojclcd for a long time with bility of Consul Canada. A demand ha been have, therefore been advanced The .Wncricaii lines, some 10 miles in made on the German Legation in Mcx the ico City to surrender the arm iniort-e- d length, now completely encircle for the protection of the German city. Outposts have been established covering all points from one to five resident there, according to informamiles out tion reaching here. Admiral Fletcher has issued orders Admiral Von Hint, the German Minthat uny one found with weapons toister replied. "If ou get the arms you will have night shall be shot immediately. All arms in the city wherever found, exto fight for them." Lieutenant I". C Saufley in an aero, cept in the hands of American troops, plane from the American fleet made a are to be confiscated. shortly before The American Kmhassy in Mexico fPfeht over Vera Cm noon todav. On attaining an aftitudr City saved 50 nut of the 300 rifles in its of ktvcral hundred feet the naval avia-to- t IMiisession when the, order for their circled the city and then passed ov- seizure came from General lluerta. The 50 rifles were hidden and Neler the otilkiil and ol. served the poson O'Shaughnessy took a receipt for sition of Mexican Federal force. ' The foieiyu Consuls today called in the rifle and machine gnu confiscated. Alberto Goodman, Chief Surgeon of a liody at military headquarter and tirgrd the adoption of some measure til's Mexican National Railroad, was complete appointed today Heath Officer of the that would (pnckly restor tranquility, ami promising their city tindrr the nnval organization of or at least their moral support. the lumlicipality. The former city The' Consul were assured that there definitely refused, to restun was no intention to stthiect the rci-- i their duties, owing to their fearji perkiits much longer to the danger of sonal consequences Lieut Colonel T. I. Kane, commandbullet from Mt'ping, It was decided that hereafter alt American marines and ing 500 marines, with two hydroplane, from was ordered to advance today to the blue jacket that! be withdrawn all roofs, except at a few designated sourer- of the water supply at Tejcra points, such as church towers, and that line miles up the river. The supply has been shut off, and it the patrols shall be instructed to shoot to' kill any other individuals seen on i reported that General Maas' men anv other roof after 7.30 o'clock in the have been seeking to damage the pumps. The water supply here, howevening, 1'he'patrols also will he instructed to ever, is adequate for all purposes, and surround and search any house from there is little danger of contamination It is probable that navy aeroplane which sniping occurs and to shoot any person guilt v of indulging in this prac- will scout in advance of the train beartice. It is realized that much of the ing the marines. Formal acceptance hy the lluerta trouble has been caused by the Tide and icious element, and prisoners of this government of the offer of Argentina, building or Ilrazil and Chile to use their good ofclass will be held in some inclosurc in the outskirts and will be fices to bring about a settlement becompelled to do much of the work tween the United States and Mexico which ( now being done hy the ma- Iwas cabled to Spanish Ambassador Uiano at Washington last night. rines and blue jackets. Refugees arriving today from Mexl. co City on the train leaving the capi- Straight at It "beating Tlvere is no use of our around the bush". Wo might as well To have a fine healthy complexion it first as the liver must be active, the bowels out withChamberlain'slast. We want you Cough Remedy rc3tdar and the blood pure. All this is to try the next time you have a cough or brought nliotit by using ilRMNh. It as so no thoroughly scours the liver, stomach cold. There is you teason not far so. do should and bowels, puts the iK.dy in fine con- we can stc why its remarkable dition and restores that clear pink and This preparation by world wide renil- criiiifit a white complexion so much desired by nrc lii speak ladies, Trice 50c Sold hy Shugars I tatlon. and people everywhere !. II III iii,),vt ,v.... it rirnts It. drug store, Stanford, Lytic Bros., Crab Ulf I. I.. lini l,trt,B lnnl w. is for sale by all dealers. ,, tintn countries want TO fll "' ii WILL SEE" ACTIVE SERVICE P. 0. FIOHT GETTING WARM MANY WANT TO GO TO WAR Judge Davison Gets Many Applicants From Men who want to Enlist Judge R L. Davison, of Stanford, who lias volunteered his services to raise a company of soldiers for service in Mexico is meeting with a ready res p'jnsc from the patriotic young men ot Lincoln county and vicinity. He has already taken down the names of fifty who want to enlist when the company is organized, and plans arc on foot for a preliminary meeting to enlistment, when dates for drilling, etc., will be fixed. Dr. Davison has secured the list of the second floor of the I. J. building for an armory and arsenal where the equipment will be stored and plans to push work of organization in anticipation of the call for 400,(KX) volunteers for service, which seems at hand. Over in Boyle, where Representative Maurice Farri will organize a troop, patriotism is at fever heat. The Danville Messenger said last week: The announcement that Hon. Maurice J. Farris, Jr., would apply to Gov. y tor permission to raise a to flg'it Mexico ha caused Mr Farri to be besieged by applicants who want to enlist. He says every man who has spoken to him or sent word is a citizen of good character and undoubted courage Mr, Farris told a Messenger reporter that he had the name of enough men to guarantee the raising of two companies within twenty-fou- r hours. This speaks well for the confidence in him. and likewise of the patriotism of Boyle county's citizens. It is safe to say that if President Wilson calls upon Kentucky for troops. Boyle c tmty will be among the first to li a company. Many patriotic young men in Garrard want to go to war also. The Lancaster Record said: Advices from Washingto indicate that in the event of a call for troop. Kentucky's quota wntil.l be 8.000 men. Representative Maurice J. Farri. Jr.. of Danville, has Gov. McCreary volunteering to a company in Boyle county to go to the front and assist in the laudable enterprise of exterminating the Greaser. In the event that Mr. Farri would prefri a larger body of men than a mere company, if he will come over into Garrard he can easily npplcment hi Royle county enlistment t othc number of a full .regiment. com-panfur-ni-n BECKHAM HERE MAY PEACEMAKERS giu-cer- y aev-ci'u- -- pian-rmi- K -- 'f ui ii JJ I0!' - t 'lirii; -- a tm lt Lincoln County Boy in Navy Sent to Farra or Mount Two Favorites in Bet. tins But Others are Hopeful Front With Aeroplanes The chief topic of discussion among state Dispatches from Washington Lancaster Is Lieut. Caswell Saufley, of Stanford, ii1iiiri:in .it ..f .1... .....llieie davs ri.t. ii.rr,.... .i. .I:........,.... ., who is in the navy aviation department mi; uisi'usiiiim ui tut jniiiuinvv. has been sent from I'eiisacola, Fla., to sporting clement among the Jioys are and the scene of hostilities in Mexico, with laying wagers with John M. Farrawhile the fleet of fjyiug ships, A dispatch in J. R. Mount, the two favorites, l.ph Brown is a hot third choice and paper said: a Lieut. R C Saufley. of the aviation his many friends would not be surprisIn Corps of the navy, was among the ed if he were the real dark horse just returned lint of tliat branch ot the service to ' the race. Mr Farra ha wears a knowWashington, and participate, in the campaign in Mexico from and he will for the first tunc introduce ing smile, while Mr. Mount's friends the flying ship in actual warfare on arc claiming that he has it nailed down. this continent. It was stated at the All friends of the candidates are doing evNavy Department today that Lieut. a lot of wire pulling and making Saufley has been rushed to Mexico, to- -' ery effort lo land their favorites. not gctlicr with other officers in the avia- Friends of T. II. Robinson havenews tion corps of the navy. The aviation entirely given up hope, though is corps of the army also will be utilized from Washington as shown below, in Mexico. Lieut. Saufley married a thai he is out of it. (laughter ot Judge l' U U Hear, ot Robinson Loses at Lancaster Frankfort, lie is vvidcty known in A dispatch to the Cincinnati EnquirKentucky, and prominently connected through the Saufley family. At the de- er irotn Washington Salut day, said: II. partment it is stated he stands very Washington. April 24. Thomas Robinson, of Lancaster, Ky., who athigh in the opinion of his superiors. d Uncle Sam s aeroplane fleet will be tempted to mil his life when on a Chesapeake and Ohio tram widely used by Ixith the army and navy caused because of depression if actual war comes with Mexico. It apwould be the first real test of these by the belief that he would not be figlHing machines in actual conflict be- pointed postmaster at Lancaster, has retween two hostile nation. Airships lost hi light for that office. He were used fn the- - Ilalkan War and in covered, and physician sent on affidaTriM)li. but in neither instance were vits testifying that he wa sound lioth they given a sufficient tryottt to deter- phyically and mentally, but the Department dcriincs to appoint mine their usefulness. wh( Another dispatch said this of Capt. him. John M. Farra. of Lancaster, of Mrs. W. i seeking the job, arrived today ajid Itrittnm. a brother-in-laII. Shank, of Stanford, and well known wa introduced to the Postmaster-Generhy Senator Jamc. No conclusion here There is one Kentucky naval officer of high rank who i chafing at ha been reached as to who will be ap the bit and who would enjoy speeding IH.intcd. to Mexico to take a hand in the fighting there, bijt who i prevented from TWO MORE "BOYS" IN THE WAR doing so hy the iniMrtant character of hi Capt work here. He i Carlo Bill Barnett and Raymond E. Cash In Bonaparte Ilrittain, in charge of the aid Fight in Mexico to personnel of the Navy Department. Qipt. Ilrittain i a product of Bell Relatives and friends at Rowland county. Ky, who ha made an enviable record in the service. He now claims have received news that, a Lincoln county bov. Will Barnett. who joined Richmond a hi home, his wife's relative living there. While detained in the United States marines some time Washington few men are taking a more ago, was among the sailors who were prominent or more important part than arrested by the Mexicans at Tampico, Capt. Ilrittain, as he has hi finger on which was what caused all the trouble ouiig Barthe r.tval pulse and i in direct charge-o- f with the southern country, the sending of warship, keeping in nett belonged to one of the" ships under touch with them and a thousand and Admiral Mayo and was sent ashore unarmed when he and his companions one other things. . were taken prisoners. This insult was A. C Atchlcy, the, efficient foreman of the I .1 s conqiosiiig room, i great- the climax of a series of insults to the ly interested in the work of thc'marinr American flag that set the Ameriacn and which at Vera Cruz, for lie ha a son, Ira C. war eagle to screaming U Atchlcy, who i a marine aboard the promises to end in war. Barnett battleship Florida, which wa the first making a fine record in the Navy. Another young man from this part of ship of Admiral Badger's fleet to land meM at Vera Cruz and drive out the the state is also tt the scene of ac MrxiransunderGen. Maas. Voting At- tivities, Raymond K. Cash, son of J. F Casey octtnty. chlcy enlisted in the navv from hi Cash, of Middlcburg, home in TemirsMc. He h.f Wen in ottt'g Mr. Cash i a sea, lighter for Uncle Sam's service for three years ami Uncle Sam on board the mine ship San Francisco, which had an active part in has made a fine record. the shelling of Vera Cruz when hostili opened there last week. Afterwards Home Paper on Judge R G. Williams ties from this ship were sent ashore men (Covington l'rcs) ami did fine work and it is very probaIt requires a pretty good sort of ble that Cash was right among them as for he is a daring fighter and always lawyer to "get by" successfully Commonwealth's Attornty. Judge K. G. at the front. A dispatch said of the William has accomplished the feat work that the San Francisco and its .Sot only has he filled with great credit men did in this engagement. attorney, the ositioii of prosecuting Far to the rigid, in the harlior, the hut he has made all elements admit the mine ship San Francisco opened with guns, and taking the front, truth of the assertion. Absolutely fear- her less Judge Williams has performed, the of the college shot out window by winduties of his office with rare ability dow, planting the shells with the preand discretion. While politicians are cision of target practice. the hinting the midnight oil in the effort After fifteen minute of firing to secure a strangle hold on their jobs, Prairie and the San Francisco ceased capable official was busy attendjackie formed again this and the column of ing to the arduous duties of his posiand pushed stcadilv ahead, deploying conceded that around the front of the college. A few tion. It is generally Judge Williams has made a good if shots were directed at them, but none The Chester not ihc best prosecuting attorney this came from the college. county ever had. In the world of poli- continued hurling shells into any buildtics better things are in store for this ing where snipers lurked and also far popular voting man. He i a lawyer of out into the suburb. The jackies went steadily ahead withcanac'tv and one of the best orators in In- neck of the wood.. Besides all out faltering, spreading out through is a cracking good felthe water front section, seizing the this the Judge low who numbers his friends by the highest building ami organizing squads regiment. of guard at street intersection. i ' , west-liounPost-offi: five-inch Will Speak at Stanford in His Cam. palgn for United States Senator Gov, J. C. W. Beckham, who is making a great race and his friends say, a sure winning race, for the democratic nomination for United States Senator, will speak in Stanford on Saturday May 'Mb, and it is an assured fact that a large crowd will be on hand to hear linn. Gov. Beckham, as is well knovvt, won the democratic nomination it) tlir primary six year ago, but four i.emocratic members of the legi attire, vote were induced to aginst him. One of them, E. W. Lilian!, of Boyic county, is now the private secretary, of Senator W. O. Bradley, the republican for whom he voted and who was elected with the votes of In his the four renegade democrats. campaign for the nomination this time, Beckham makes no reference to the tieachery hy which he was beaten before, but his friends say that democrats all over tlic state have not it and that they wiii see to it that the wrong i righted Congressman Owsley Stanley is booked for another speech in Lincoln county en the night of May 4th when he will go to Wayncsbttrg from Somerset, where he speak that day. He speaks at Liberty Wednesday, May 6th and at Paint Lick, Tuesday, May 5th. and in Columbia, Thursday, May 7th, Others of Beckham's speaking as announced arc: Monday, April 27; Shcphcrds-viil- c Saturday, May 2; Lebanon, Mon. day, Mav 4th, Stanford Saturday, May 9, and Williamstown, Monday, May II. Governor McCrearv's dates arc : Bedford, Monday, April 7: Newcastle, Monday, May 4, Carlisle, Monday, May 11, and Glasgow, Monday, May 18. I'or-got- MRS. ELIZABETH HIGGiNS GOES TO HER REWARD Another of God's Noble Women Is Called up Higher After Long and Useful Life Another of God's noble women was called on high to the reward for which she had waited so long, Sunday morning, when Mrs. Elizabeth McRobcrts Iliggins. aged mother of W. II. Higuins and Mrs. licorgc D. Hopper, passed away at tuc home ol the former on Main street. Mrs. Hiugins had been an invalid for' a number of years, and was one ot the oldest women in tlic county, being in her 89th year, when tin summons came lo come up higher. Although enfeebled from age and confined to her home for a long while, a splendid constitution and the tender est ministrations of loved ones sustained her remarkable strength, and withal her trials and tribulations, she calmly awaited the end, happy in the sure promise of the Lord and waiting expectantly for His summons. Mrs. Higgius was bom at Walnut Flat, this county, Sept 14th, 1825 and was Ihc daughter of Andrew McRobcrts and his 0Kc, who was Margaret Moore before their marriage. In early life she joined the old Cumberland Presbyterian church and throughout Iter long life, was a faithful and devoted member, an active church worker, doing good wherever she found the opportunity and working ever for the unbuilding and advancement of the Master's Kingdom On Nov. 14th, 1849, she was married to William M. Iliggins, a prominent farmer, of the eastern section of this county, and to this union, three children were born, Mrs George W. Hopper, W. II. Iliggins and Margaret Ann lliggms, the last named of whom died April 14th, 18?J. Mrs. Iliggins was one of 12 children, and survived all of her brothers and sisters. Her loving helpmeet, preceded her to the grave twenty years ago, having died February 18, 1894. After the death of her husband, the deceased moved to Stanford and for a number of years had made her home with her son. Besides her two children, she Is survived by ten grandchildren, one having passed over the Dark River before her. Jlcr grandchildren are Rev. Alfred A. Iliggins, of Glasgow, Dr. W. H. Higgius, Jr., of Richmond, Va., and Misses Mary and Elizabeth Iliggins, of this city; Rev. W. H. Hopper, of Bumsidc, Prof. Walter O. Hopper, of Mt. Sterling. Prof. George D. Hopper, of Joseph Hopper, of this city and Miss Margaret Hopper, also of Stanford, and Miss Julia Higgins, of Richmond. Funeral services of, this good woman were held at the residence of her son, W. H. Iliggins, Tuesday afternoon at half past two o'clock conducted by Rev. P. L. Bruce, of Stanford, and Dr. E. M. Green, of Danville, after which tlic remains were interred in Buffalo Springs Cemetery. The pallbearers were Messrs. W. H. Hopper, W. O. Hopper, George D. Hopper, Joseph Hopper. A. A. Higgins. W. H. Hiiruitis. Jr.. G. A. McRobcrts, J. A. McRobcrts and J. W. Kout. Excursion to Frankfort Saturday twenty-fourt- h annual convention of the Kentucky Christian Endeavor Union will be held at Frankfort in the Christian church Friday, SaturFirst day and Sunday. About 400 delegates are expected to be there and a number of prominent speakers will be there and deliver addresses. The Woman's Club of Lancaster made arrangements for an excursion, that will leave here at 4.30 in the morning and return at 9.20 that night. This trip can be made for $2. This will he an excellent opportunity to see the new Capital. Governor' Mansion. State Penitentiary and other interesting points and also to attend the State Christian Endeavor Convention. The, ii, rve y ii'-d- ls ,, - Toll House Property Brought $S00 C. Special Master Commissioner, Hay Foster went to Liberty in company with Circuit Clerk Marshall New-lau- d Monday ami sold the old toll John Powell Sentenced fot Life A life sentence to the penitentiary, gate property on the Coffey's Mill pike, Powell, of Bathotirvillc under order of court. It was bought watt given-Joh- n for $800 by J C. Coulter, who has prothe alleged assassin of his brother-in-laplace consisted of Henry Fultz, the pica of tempo-lar- y perty adjoining. Th? e insanity not being heeded by the a house and about fiv acres of ground. jury. Several favored inflicting the Monday was county court day at Lib death penalty. Fultz. a wealthy farmer, erly. but Circuit Court is the big day of near Barhourville, was shot from there and only a small crowd was in ambush, and other members of his fain, town. ily wcie fired upon at hi home here two mouths ago. Powell was caught How Thev Feel About It In Madison (Richmond Madisonian) after rewards aggregating $1,000 were offered. Judge W. R. Shackelford. Sheriff Van Benton. Jailer Morgan Tavlor. County Clerk iVrrill ami Circuit Clerk TAKE THIS TIPl White, have telegraphed their support When you get ready for an auto, be- of the President in Iheir efforts to refore placing your order see me. peal the free (of) tolls law. A car for every taste. A car for every purse. Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness A car for every purpose. Cars of performance ears of beauty and a general "no account" feeling is cats of comfort cars of economy in a sure sign of a torpid liver, HliR-PlXi- ? is the mrdicme necded.lt makes price and operation cars that offer quality as well as value. You'd better ti'c liver active, vitalizes the blood, re. Pt'lnte- - the bowels anil restores a fine be safe than sorry talk with me about fft'liuv of energy and cheerfulness. that car. It C. CARPENTER. Stanford, Ky. I'rice 50e. Sold hv Shugars' drug store Stanford. Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard At Lincoln County National Bank. A. 11. Severance Sells out at Corbin A. H. Severance, who has for several mouths been a popular and merchant, of Corbin, sold out) his com- Crab Orchard Honor Roll The following i the honor roll for 'he eighth month of Crab Orchard Graded Cchool,, fcmlley N'apicr, Shirley Cover, Annie Barnes. Fthcl Gicszl, Mary Bailey, I la Hunter, Kngeue Fdmiston, Mvrtle lames, h.va Gieszl. Lucilc Burgiu. Frank FoUv. lames Bailey, Hbbic Ken. Loyd Hamilton, Horace Thompe son, George Moore, Robert Ncvitis. Wallm, Lucy.Smith, Mary Siler. Flva James, McKinney Kevins, Kvan F.dmiston, Mary Anderson, Florida Cummins, Sarah I'ctcrs. Clara Fish, Ada Gieszl, Alma Hunter. Anna Ruby James, Allme Collier, Hazel Hunter, I.aRue Fdmiston. 1'hil-li- p Ncviii. Hazel Middletou, Martha llurgin, Margaret James. 1 Ma-bl- Sim-glcto- u. Horse Show Day at Lancaster Monday was Horse Show Day in Lancaster and a big crowd wa in town to view the blue blooded, equities. Alxnit a dozen were on exhibition and were put through their paces on Lexington street. Several Lincoln comity animals were taken over and made a fine impression on the Garrard farmers. Among them was Nevin Carter's great saddle sire Kentucky Gentleman, and Peyton Purrisl.'s Re,Mi-ki- , while Lcs Sloan had hi young sire in good shape. Billy Burton's trotter. Bleucher, showed up mighty fine and i very popular this season McKINNEY The excitement from the big fire we had in town has about died down and the people are getting back to business as usual. The ones who lost in the fire are very grateful to those who fought so hard to rave their homes, but it was partly in vain. King Huston, Jerry Toombs and Cleo Thomas, as well as all the rest, want to take this means of thanking the good people for the hard fight they put up, and they want to assure every one it was deeply appreciated from the depths of their hearts. One of the hardest fights that has been known with the bucket brigade here that was ever witnessed and we. as citizens of this town want to especially thank the good people of Hustonville for their help and quick response "to our call for help, and we hope the time will come when we can return the kindness, hut we hope it will not be in the same wav. Miss Sarah Humble, who has been the attractive guest of the Misse Beck for the last two weeks has returned to her home in Somerset. Mrs. Cleo Thomas is visiting her parent atVosemite this week. The Christian Endeavor Society has started a contest between the Blues and the Reds to run for three months and from the way things are looking now the contest will he a warm one. Ray Tanner is the captain on the Blue side and Bryan Jones, captain on the red side. Both boys have the ability to make a strong fight and its hard to tell who will win. Mrs. Grant Masters is on the sick list this week, but not seriously, we glad to state. On account of the church burning in the recent fire the members of the Baptist church will hold their Sunday school and church service in the school house for a while. Rumor i out that the Baptists will replace their church building with a handsome brick building, in the near future. Carpenter and Burton, of Hustonville irave a moving picture show here last Saturday night and the show vs good. Everybody was well pleased and we hope, that we can get enough interest manifested to have them show for u every Friday night. They are hilled for here again next Friday night at the school house. arc-ver- Good Work on Main Street Mayor A. B. Florence, and the Street Committee of the City Council are having some splendid work done improving Main street during the good weather. They have rented the county's scraper and road roller and with much new, metal on the thoroughfare are giving it a good dressing and hard packing afterward. Chief of Police B. D Carter is actively in charge of the work and is doing a fine job which will be of much benefit. Many citizens suggest that if Main street be oiled on top of this a forward step toward abating the dust nuisance this summer will have been taken. George P. Bright Gets Nice Place Col. George, P. Bright, of Stanford, has been appointed a Storekeeper-Gau-ge- r by Collector John W. Hughes, and ha been assigned to a distillery at Wiiiiley City McCrearv county. Col. Bright, who returned home last week to attend the funeral of hi mother-irt-laMrs. Suan A. Harris, states that he is greatly pleased with the work at his station. lie is an and a strong democrat and will make a fine man for L'ncle Sams service Dave Smith Withdraws Congressman David H. speeches. "From what I can larn the Smith announced Wednesday his withdrawal from the race for tlic Democratic nomination for United States Senator, leaving tlic field to Stanley, Beckham and McCreary, His announcement is. as follows: "With good will toward all and with profound gratitude to those who have been for me, I now retire from the Senatorial race." Former Attend Fuaeral of Mrs. Harris Harvey Chenault. T. T. Covington, Waller Bennett and Will Miller, composed one auto party and Gi trgc and Irvine Hume. Mrs. Kit Chenault and Mrs. Amelia Wagers were another party of Madison county relatives who came to Stanford last Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Susan A. Harris, who was buried that afternoon. Rev. W. I'. Arnold, now presiding Elder at Danville, who was long her pa, tor here, assisted Rcv.i C. H. Greer in conducting the funeral services. Scores of other friends and loved ones from out of this count v, cairn." to pay the last tribute of respect to the memory of ibis good woman. ...... Orchard. plete line of dry goods at that place to Mr. Severance Miss Mary O'Mary. Look to Your Plumbing had a nice business ami regrets very Vou know what happens tn a house much to give it up, hut his health In ioor conin which the plumbing would not permit him to keep it. dition even bode in the house is li& Farmer and others who live at a ble to contract tvphoid or some t,,ci distance from a drug store should ken fever. The digestive organs perform the same function in l lie human l)dv in the house a bottle of BALLARD'S SNOW LINLMFNT. It may he need-e- d as the plumbing does for the house, and at any time for cuts, wounds, sore they should be kept In first class consprains or rheumatism, it is a power- - dition all the time. If you have any Fullhealing and penetrating lemedy. trouble with your digrstion take Tablets and you are cert vm Price ?5r, 50c and f 1.00 per bottle. Sold all by Shugats' drug store, Stanford, Lyne to get quick relief. For ssl; ! dealers. Uros., lra) orchard. 1 Cbvu-bcrlain- High School News The Mozart Club Recital has been positioned from today until next Wednesday, it will be held in the chapel at two thirty, Wednesday afternoon. There will he readings and discussions besides the uuiiical program. Lat Tuesday the physics class, which consists of all the Juniors and Seniors visited the electrio light and iccjdant. Prof Wilson accompanied them, and he and Mr. Rout explained the different parts of machinery. The tennis court, though not entireThe St. Mary'. College ball t'eain de- ly completed is in condition to be used Monfeated the D. & D. team of Danville, on to the delight of the players, the college grounds last Friday after- day is the first day of the last school noon iir an interesting contest by the mouth in ibis term. Four more weeks score of 7 to 4. and then commencement. Teahcers' Examinations Common school diploma examination May county teachers' examination, countv teachers' exwhile May G. Sin amination colored, May 34-gleton, Supt. 22-22 's Foi the stomach ami Ixivvel disorders of bibles McGFF.'S BBY ELIXIR is i rcncltv of genuine merit. It acts qt'leklv. is pure, wholesome and pleas-au- t to take. Price 25 and 50 cents per lottle. Sold hy Shugars drug store, Lyne Bros. Crab Orchard. Pardoned After 21 Years in Pen After 21 years spent in prison, Gallic Wright, a Bell county negro woman has been pardoned by Governor at the instance of Judge W. C. Hall,, who prosecuted her. She handed a knife to her lover, who was in an altercation with another negro, and he killed hi adversary. The pardon was sent to Judge Hall, in order that if some friend of the woman desires it, Bunk Raum Pays a Ble Fine she can be sent for. Gallie is 45 years Bunk Raum, notorious as a negro old., having spent nearly half her life bootlegger, who has given the Danville behind the walls." authorities much trouble in recent years, served out his full term of work Stanley Says Kentucky With Wilson house sentences last week and is again A special dispatch from Washington a free man. When released Raum had Representative A. O. still hanging over him fines aggregatFriday said: Stanley returned today from Kentucky, ing $2,300. Rather than continue the political litigation the proposition to pay $2,000 where he made several spechces. "From what I can learn the in settlement of tlic fines was accepted rank and file of the people of Kentucky by the court officials, and the money arc behind President Wilson on Pana- paid into the city treasury. Raum has ma Canal tolls, the stand he has taken quit the sale of liquor and now lives regarding the Mexican situation, smd on peacefully vil Ms bhiegra farm near the other matters which he is advocatDanville. ing." School Children Injured E. T. Pence, Jr., delivered to Road near occurred Quite an accident Engineer, E. L. Pennington a 50- - horse Bueiia Vista, in North Garrard, when power J. 1. Case engine last week at a one of the wagons employed by the It cost of $1.720.. new Consolidated School in that section turned over, injuring several of EUBANK the children. The vehicle was in charge The election last Friday to vole $300.-00- of Wilbur Scott, and when descending bonds to build pikes ill Pulaski a lull one of the lines broke and the county, resulted in the issue being de- wagon overturned when reaching a culfeated hy 158 votes. The entire vote vert. Twelve Children were in the wagcast was over 5,000 .The "good roads" on at the time, and all but two were advocates waged a warm campaign but injured, none seriously, however, exwere defeated through the influence, of cept a little daughter of Marshall Scott a few ioliticiaiis gave opposition. The who sustained a fractured shoulder. northern part of the county voted alNews of the Churches most solidly for the londs. This precinct stood 140 for the bonds and only There will be preaching at the Mt. five against. Another election will lie Xenia church Suiidav afternoon at called in 60 days and the issue will three o'clock by Rev. D. M. Walker. carry hy a large majority as all organThe prayer service will be held at the ized opposition is now eleminated. Presbyterian church on Wednesday evA number of our Ikivs are intending ening at 7.30. Everybody invited. to make a visit to Mexico soon. Among lite number who especially desire lo go Found a Cure for Rheumatism are Virgil McMullin and Fred Thomp"I suffered with rheumatism for two son. years and could not get my right Iiand Miss Luna Phelps is visiting her to my mouth for that length of time." sister, Mrs Joe Shoop, of Danville. writes Lee L. Chapman. Miplcton, la, Mrs. Herbert Reynolds is visiting "! suffered terrible pain so I could and friends in Somerset. not sleep or lie still at night. Five F. S. Hays has his new dwelling years ago I began using Chamberlain's alxnit finished. It is an elegant build- Liniment and in two months I was ing and modern in evesy respect well and have not suffered with rheuC. B. Marctim bought from George matism since." For sale by all deallot for $800. Gastinealt his house and ers. 1. E. I"avne. E. G. Asher. C B. Marmade a ctim and Herbert Reynolds Bond Issue Beaten in Pulaski number of speeches, last week, in the The proposed $300,000 pike bond i north end of this comity, in the interest sue was lost in the election held in Puof good road. There is lack-in- g laski comity Friday. s. 150 votes of the required E. W Ilorme. a wealthy land owner The majority in the county wilt of Nicholasville died last week of a run about 1,400. Five thousand votes complication of diseases after a few illness, He had returned from wire cast election will be called as Another Florida only two weeks ago. He leaves soon as it is legally possible. three biothrrs and two sisters. Cour.h Medicine' for Children A ptudent mother is alvvavs on the Too much care cannot be used in watch for symptom of worm in her children, Paleness, lack of inleres ii selecting a cough medicine for children plav. and peevishness it the signal for It should be pleasant to take, contain be most "efsubstance WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE, A no harmfulChamberlain's andCough Remfew does of this excellent remedy puts fectual. and is a an end to the worm and the child soon edy meets these requirements of young Price 25c per bottle, favorite with the mothers acts naturally. by all Sold liv Shugars' drug store, Stanford, children everywhere, For sale dealers. Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. tv 0, two-third- M - - "wwv m S1? fJ. 'j TFmmrrf rw--- W'W" THE HfTSXIOII JOPHWAL -- STANFORD, KEWTPCKY TUMDAY, APKlt W, 19H S7 " TIm Interior JowmJ til ADVANCE j TTr-- j m ) Preserve Your Property BY HllKLTON M. 1 BAUKLKT froprlftor ' j A TEAK HTUltTl.T l USING trend twit mm mnllr. Knttrrd et ptitofif el Stanltrd u H.&W.Pure Prepared Paint 'The Brand That Nettleton and Walk - Over M .$ -- SatUH" TTiirf m no ouei work about formula on every can. This paint Read the its quality. forms a tough, tenacious, leather like coating which remains in perfect conditio for many years. It retains its color too. It costs no more to apply the best than a cheap,infenor grade. Therefore the best is the cheapest in the long run. :... Pure White Lead, Oxide Zinc and Linteed rtll Pnlnt nl orat eaverilMr DOWCf. SDieadinB ..J J,.k;li't Ho llf ff Brand has been sold in your community for years. Ask yoir dealer about its quality and for names of users. ON SALE BY ShugarV Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. BRING YOUR CAR TO Democrats all ocr the Uiglilh aroused by the impression put out that they were not in s)niathy Willi the administration's policy to repeal the l'anama Toll Act, sent a flood of telegrams to President WiUon endorsIt is reported that ing his position. these telegrams went into the White I louse from leading Democrats all over the ilxtrict. A paper was circulated in Garrard county addressed to the President and endoising Ins stand to repeal this measure and congratulating him upon the success of the democratic administration. In a few hours scleral hundred names had been secured, among those being most of the county oficcrs, all the democratic officals, democratic of. ticials of the various banks and leading democrats to whom the petition was presented. Not a single democrat refused to sign the petition to whom it was presented. It wa very manifest that the democratic party of Oar rani countv ik solidly behind the President on his position of repealing the Toll Measure It is reported that similar papers arc being circulated and freely signed by democrats in other counties of the District. Di-tri- Garrard Democrat Endorse Wilioa (Lancaster Record) So familiar are these names that when you see and hear them you at once think of Men's FINE SHOES. There are some things we have which we candidly believe are better than other people's V -- and one of them is NETTLETON and the JV V WALK-OVEShoes. A man's dress A WALK other shoe, made to fit the foot and yet be comfortER able and stvlish. in lace and button, with bind shaped toes and different heels-m- ade and open eyelets-ma- ny of Patent, Tan and Black Calf WALK-OVERleathers at $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 for and one price only for NETTLETON and that $6.00, in regular tops and low shoes. 'law R Hi J . j; S, J. McROBERTS ELLISnURG heavy rains have put the farmers far behind with their plow, ing and late crops will be the result. Airs Margaret Ellis has been ill for several das but is iinpiuting. Mr anil Mrs. T. A. Rcjmerson have gone to kingswoud to attend the commencement exercises Miss Agnes Sams, of Danville, spent I. aster with the family of Mr. W. T. I'lurplr) Miss May Daugbcrty, of Gravel Switch, visited Mr. and .Mrs. I.on Elli the past wiek. Mr Steel, of Livingston, visited the homefolks here Saturday and SutiiU). Miss Florence Spragcus and Mrs. II. II. Rcjnicrsou, of Bradfurdsville, have returned from a visit to Louisville. Mr Will Thornton, of Bradford-villwas in this section last week Br J B. Rcjiuerson is home from Ittirgm. Mr. John Wash, of Illinois, who ha been visiting relatives here for some tunc has gone to Cincinnati. Mr and Mrs. Tom Ellis, of were with relatives here recentThe continued e, Dan-ville, RED'S GARAGE STANFORD, KENTUCKY Expert Mechanician in charge of re- all kind's. Vulcanizing. Pair work of SUPPLIES FURNISHED and PRICES REASONABLE John O. Reid, Prop. Phone 203 PAINTING TIME IS HERE HOUSE PAINT FOR INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. VARNISH IN ALL COLORS, AND BRUSHES TO PUT IT ON, AT L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House for SEED CORN, FIELD SEED and Garden Seed LANCASTER Mrs. James Halloway and little daughter, of Chattanooga, arc guests of Ramsey. Mrs. James Sturgeon Homer Tinslcy, who ha been ill of t)phoid fever for several weeks is not so well, pneumonia having rcctntly developed with the fever. Sirs. John J. Bastin and children, of Sublette, 111., are rucmh of her parent. Mr and Mrs. John Walter. Mr, James Clark, a thrifty farmer, has been appointed County Koad Engineer for Garrard ocunty. Mm Letty May MeKobcrts' recital for her music pupils and parents was tnjojed by those present. Refreshments were served the guests by the gracious hostess. Miss Edith Moore, the attractive lit. tie daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore, celebrated her 7th birthday by giving a party to 10 of her little- - girl Inends. Dainty refreshments made the occasion a happy one to the joutliful gathering. Mrs. Howard Rice, of Richmond, Ind., is here for a visit to her mother, Mrs. H. A. 11. Marksbury. Die Chautauqua Circle met the past week at the home of the Misses Gill l'he subject "Evolution" is .till under discussion "Life in the Past" being the theme that interested the members at the last meeting. Miss Rella Arnold left today for a hort stay in Lexington. The Senior class numbering 14, arc making extensive preparations to Stve th? interesting jlay "Tlie Merchant of Venice" during Commencement week. The meeting at the Baptist church continues with unabating interest, there having been some 16 or 18 additions. The song service under the directorship of Kev. C. S. Ellis and able sermons of the popular pastor, J. V. Beagle attract large audiences. Mr. James Landram, of London, assistant agent at the L & N., depot has resigned his position and Mr. Horace Ilerndcu, of this city, has been appointed in his stead. Mesdames Theodore Curry and W. A. Price were recent visitors in the cilv of Danville. Friends will hear with much regret of the alarming illness of Mrs. Alice Barkley Walker, of Nicholasville, a former resident of Lancaster. She has just returned from one of the Lexington hospitals and shows no impiuvc-men- t. Mrs. Robert Dunlap Blanton who has been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs I. W. hlmore is now in Harrodsburg visiting her friends, Mrs. Charles Har- lin. .Mrs. T. J. Price was hostess on Friday afternoon from J to 5 to the mem bers of the Woman's Club. An inviting luncheon was served by the popular hostess, who showered true hospitality upon all. Mrs. Nellie Ballon, of Stanford, was the recent guest of Mr, and Mrs. li. C Gaines. Mms Margaret Munson, of Madison N Y is the guest of Miss Letty May McRoberts. Mr. W. F. Barton, of Oak Park. III., has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Patterson. Miss Elsie Zimmer is at home after a pkaanl visit with friends in Cin cinnati. Miss Emma Nichols has returned to her home in Danville after visitinc Mrs. Alex West for some length of time Mrs. James B. Collier died at her home in this city after a protracted of heart disease, age 57 years The deceased was a faithful and devoted church member for many years. Her love for her family was indeed touching, and she only 'desired to live to minister to their wishes. Besides her husband, daughter and three sons, she leaves three sisters to mniirt. her loss, y and for the bereft there is much felt and expressed, knowing in thjs dark hour, "He who docth all things well" alone can console. ss s)m-nath- i fr3; UA'.1,' tzztf 9 VtL-- '" aBcrLBi- - gaMBaHVfc1l st'-ri- 1 3J! Tji ' A Good Druj Store TT TAKKS more than a slock of tlnitfs and Khk1 intfiilitiiLs lo nuke a uood dnijj slore. It ritniircs an intimate Inowlrduc 'A ni'ijjhin measuring and mixing, Inch comes only alter careful study and experience. Your prescriptions vill le pni)eriy filled at our store. Wc have every modern facility and we knew Imw. . Vw al Of t eNUnufatf Beautify Home n come ' J& Til IPonny's 2)rup THE REXALL Sor rm Candie -- STORK ly fJO doori.how your (loon My relor or furniture, you cn them to former beauty and brishtneat with a coat of Pea Cee Tba coal U email, the reeutu are greet time-wor- n matter how badly crttched your la 11 Natural Wood colore. White, Cold and Sllrer Enamel. All eliea. Try It today PEASLEE-GAULBER- T pEC CEE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY urer New Stanford Drug Co. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. (jCJDEHlER. I I Mrs. George M. Patterson, one of the most beloved women in Lanvaster, is critically ill of paralysis at her home in this city, with no hopes of her recovery Slowly the spark of life seems ebbing away, and loved ones can only sit by her side and await the inevitable. week. The little son of Mr and Mrs. Ber nard Peton fell into the fire and was seriously burned late last week. The stork left a little son with Mr and Mrs. ''ernon Crews recently Mr Robert Taylor is at home from Cincinnati. Mr. Allen Snow carnc home from a i,W. -- i sciunii at Bric.t Messrs. Deming ind Eugene Sprag-ens- , of GcorpJtown. spent the Easter here with the homefolks. Mr Ld Mills, of Danville, visited here for several das the past relatives week. Mr II. H. Rc)nicrnn. of Bradford-vill- c will spend several dav here with relatives, this week Mr Will Minor ipent tbc last week end l.cre 'villi the homefolks. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Revnicrson of Danville were down last week in their new auto. Mr. Tom Ashlock and family have moved to Stanford.. Miss Lena Blagrave. of Lexington, snd Mrs. Harry Smerker, of Mcrida. Yucatan. Mexico, are visiting Mr. W Spragens and Mrs. Spragens this . D "" for Jwmadb& CROSSETT SHOE m "MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" shoe. up nervous fore a, ten when ymtt are at reat In r poac, a in action, every muielt of your foot la at perfect in th Uf fet I' I A Practical Truck at a Practical Price NELSON GARAGE Demonstration on Request DANVILLE, KY ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY is the one place you will most enjoy a vacation rnnlffcf hIIhm lthaamAtUn. Bore H U. ' cfee. Nturslfta, lUckech.. lleedeehe fll.it anr cb la aar perl vt tU bod la I Trte4 BOt. At All Druggltf. mww, rr Mapu Ma umisr n . ull for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. MI brt Mttust, BOU1BON REMEDY COMPANY. LMimt-.- Hr., community, is slightly ill. Mrs. Albert Wilson and daughter, week-enwere guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bandy. Mr. John J. Cozatt is in West Vir ginia. Mr. Cozatt is interested in a coal mine in that State Jeff Aldridge, of Wanda, was recently the guest of his father, Squire W h. Aldridge and family. Miss Ethel McAnly, the bright and attractjve daughter of George H. is recovering from a brief illness. Mr and Mrs. Owen Webb, of Lin coin county, were visiting relatives on the Rolling Fork last week. William Hose, the popular Shelbj City telegraph operator, was with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rose last week. Mus Dora McAnly, the pretty and popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W E. McAnly, spent lust week with rela tives at btanlord. Mrs. A. G. Eastland, of Louisville, Mrs. Solon Eastland, of Danville, and Mrs. baimicl Caldwell Walker, of the Perryville community, were guests of Mrs. T. E. Clellan last week. effort on There will be a State-wid- e Ma 3d, to double the attendance at all Sunday schools. This effort certainly deserves the sujiport of everyone. It should not require much labor to ac coinnlish this in the Sunday schools of this place. Let all get busy and make Sunday, May 3d, the banner day in the Sunday schools of this old town. Aliss ltettie Whitcliousc. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" Whitthouse, and Mr Jeff May. son of Mr. and Mrs. James May, were united in marriage at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell, last Saturday. The bride is an accomplished young lady, thirteen years of age, while the groom is a highly respected oung man, aged 28. Their numerous friends wish them a long and happy life. d Mc-An- l), PARKSVILLE Mrs. Kichard Hafley, of the Rollin.-For- k Mr Will F.llis. of Linocln county spent several dav here last week Miss Fav Pcvton will leave soon, for n isit to friends Messrs Will Do.1.1 and Calvin Carnenter. of Ilustonville were here looking at horses. ast week CROSSETT Shoe SOLD AV 70WN m'KRY $4 and 5$ MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVES CuNotiBd DoNotToitktlnUrir They may clear oat the Inteetlnel tract, but do not relieve the dammed-u- p bile. Yean ago Way Apple Hoot (called waa laat-rciobile etarter. It griped fearfully, but brought oat the bile. KMophyllln with the gripe Utra oat U now to be had under tba nam ROBINSON'S STANFORD, KENTUCKY NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS For the Good of the Neighborhood we want erery fanner fat thle vicinity to erect a eilo end thue Increase th. net valuea of farm, and farm product. Any aila b better than no ti!o, but the Plans and specifications for remodeling and repairing, heating and plumbing the Lincoln County National Bank, Stanford, Ky., have been received. Bids on the proposed work will be received until May 15th, 1914. Contract rs must furnish Bond acceptable to owners for 50 per cent, of amount of contract. Contractors must be responsible for violation of all city Rights reserved to reject any and all bids. ordinances connected with work. All measurements must be verified at bulldlnit. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK "SSSffi The Indiana Silo Couniany has Instructed us to see that every owner of an Indiana Mlo Is abouly while the silo is new solutely satUCed-n- ot but forever. The ecllinz contract they havt authorized us in maki ullh will la tnrttt liberal. In fact it enable, you to own an Indiana Pllo and to pay us explain it to you. (or It as It pays you. Is better than any other silo. It U made of the best materials, designed in the most scientific manner, lasta longest, costsleast for upkeep and repairs aud preserves jour 6iluge better much better. "PILE OF STYLE" CLOTHING FOR MEN The Ky That Lbok Well aid Wear Well. Jt COME IN AND TRY THEM ON. LIVE IN THE OPEN i 1 W. P. KINCAID. STANFORD. KY. SUITS FROM $10 TO $20 HUNTING TENNIS MOUNTAIN CLIMBING RIDING MOTORING DRIVING GOLF FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY Dr tlenry L. Casey . We E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. ':i I OTHER NOTED RESORTS MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF Ha4rOBviHa, Wajrneevllte, Hot Spring, Bravard, Saluda, FUl Rock Lake Toxaway mHj&jkeQH "Opportunity Veterinary Surgeon DAK VILLE, KY J. L. Beazley & Co.. ' J. C. M'CUry '. Tyroa, SOUTHERN RAILWAY FJtEJMHCK CARRIER OP THE SOUTH eeks the man with ready Prepare for his Calls iUswirsi Prtmily money. coming by opening an aclay tf NltM count Dr.JakiGHk.V.S.ID. OFFICE NEXT LOGAN'S gTABI & HbjHI A rl iy"Ti 7 UNDERTAKER AN1 OUtet PliMa 117. E felt A L MCI Far fartkee laeraeetlea m local Mot. a edeVaee, B. H. D. P. A. LouUvilL, Ky. Ty. at this strong Bank." TODAY Veterinary Surfleon and Dentist Office Phone 194; Residence 204 KENTUCKY PHONE 42 :: STANFORD, UNDERTAKER AND EMIALHER Dealer ia ,. Fw-- JFurniture MatttM. ture Exefc.ff.t4 far H Kb Of UHk. STANFIM, Hmt PImm X. KENTVCKY. KY. TANFtRt, " ijv.-b&i- i v . THB INTIO JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, APRIL It, 1914 HEARD ABOUT TOWN "Teddy" Aldridgc and Mack Lawson assisted Chief of I'olicc U. D. Carter in handling the street fair crowds last week and did nice work in keeping the bo)s fiom pulling any rough stuff, WOMAN GOULD NOT SIT UP Now Does Her Own Work. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- I Sheriff J. G. Weatherford has added his son Francis J. Weatherford to his staff of office deputies. Frank is a fine young Icllow and is being given a hearty welcome to Stanford as he is quite an addition to the list of mar riagiable young men in town, ALL kiiios ol vcgciamc plants at Hall ami iviiaacus, IliitiiHiviiie, Ky. ji-i- j j ne nan game wiul Siatiiord .uiir-daevening was vUiicti oil unlit an oint I uatc ml uccoum ot llic rain. 1 litre was a large crowd in toiyii Saturday evening ucinnc the ram, vs.ti.cit seemed not to ktep aiiyirmi aV,.ty HUSTONVILLE y Children Cry for Flttchtr't 3 ble Compound Helped Her. ter health I om enjoying betnow than I hava for twelve years. When I to take Lydia E. gssagssagsslgssaiBiu Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I could not ait tip. I had female troubles and was very nervous. I used the remedies a year and I can do my work and for the last eight months I have Ironton, Ohio." Insures Satisfaction. ' mjw1 Lat IM rONT epf Iment with unknown er cKcm Ct MmiIc Paint right at th. atart and IRON-CLA- paint; it't loo cottfjr. you ara absolutely Hubert Carpenter sold his R C II. oar to Robert Carter last week. Mr. Carpenter had a lot of fun out of the vehicle last season, but it has a lot of riding left in it yet as the young ladies arc very apt to find out soon. Relatives here received ncwst from Missouri of the death of Mr Sew ton Ilauijhman, at the advanced age of 94 years. He was a greatunele of Messrs. S. II., M. S., and J. K, llaughman, of Lincoln county and leaves a large family in Missouri. bo-R- of bet result and tailing aatuUctlon. akow you aoma fina color eombintiont and tell you aH bout tha GUARANTEE under which Mattie Paint lha otd reliable Arm of U aold by u and backed by in maker PEAJLEE-CAULICR- T CO., ! LauUvllIe, Ky. "Corker" Stone, the I. J.'s crack linotype operator, who is really a young Samfow in strength, went on with the Armenian wrestler in the athletic show Daughter Helped Also. at the street fair last week. "Corker" " I gave it to my daughter when sho gave the professional all he could do tor about three minutes but the latter was thirteen years old. She waa in got a strangle hold on the local lad school and was n nervous wreck, and and thin the stuff was nil. could not sleep nights. Now sho looks so healthy that even the doctor speaks Wallai-- r Singleton has been carrying of It. You can publish this letter if vou HffilS--tTDPAlI, while John F.ngte-inaRural Route No. like." Mrs. ItENA Bowman, 161 S. 10th Jr., is with his wile in Louisa, tu Street, Ironton, Ohio. the funeral of her tnolhci, Mrs. attend Why will women continuo to suffer Dawson. Wallace recently passed a fine cm! serine exaxminatiou and is day in and day out and drag out a sickly, d existence, missing three-fourton the waiting list for a nice place in of the joy of living, when they the government mail service which he is sure lo get and where he will like can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's sick his brother, Waller, "make good." Mrs Djii Traytor has been Vegetable Compound? One Germ at her horn; in the country foruitc several If you have tlio slightest doubt reeds MilUeas l.n s Senator It. - Hubble, Sam J. that Lydia E. Plnklinm'H VegetaWilliam Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, Fubanks and Dexter Bal- ble Compound will help you, write Jr., Crit was the guest of I.. K. liuijhcs several lon motored over in tl.e first named's to Lydia E.PlnkliamMedlclneCo. davs Ut week A lOMftrnlltti tk lug car to Lexington Monday to see (confidcntlnl) Lynn, Mnss.,for advctvi yntifrin it. Mr and Mrs Kclley, J. Francis, of the races. Senator Hubble has an in- vice. Your letter will bo opened, II etj dMi't ttop HI rT van Mnldleslxiro, arc the guests of her fa- - terest in the good horse, V. M. Green, read and aiiKwercd by n woman llVlUfb ther J h Mocker. vliirh is a speed marvel when he is and held In strict confidence. JUL BILL'S aaa'aWBWgT IT alW A Miss Harriett Duller, of llindman, right. The animal is said to fine this spring and wilt soon be was the Ktiett of Miss Liccie liraley Motart Recital Postponed ready to go to the post evcral dajs last week-MrThe Moart recital that Avas to have . II awar an H Mm tta ttujim II leotliH aa4 fc.ilt as nir. at IJ. II. Southard anil baby were been uiven this uflernoon, by the Mo- ikir It. rr ftral.A tu. hoi win rnml ku44a Club, at the graded school build the ijttcsts of her daughter, Mrs. W. G Immediately after selling his at AaUaja at tmbta. -Mellre at Mt. emon last week Overland to John M. Cress, ing has hem postponed until Wednes rut h Br TV. But" Mrs O. P Xuckols. of Pines ille, Smith llaughman went to Lexington day afternoon. home Monday after a visit to and got another 1914 model from S. F Drake, state agent. Mr. llaughinan's her daughter, Mr. L Ha)s Poster. MT. SALEM PERSONAL and SOCIAL Pauline llavs, of Crab Orch- young sou, Morgan Smith, aged 11. Mr Mr. M. S. Burton and Miss Mattie ard, who lus lt'cn viMlmg her dauvhter drove the ear most of the way home Burton, have returned home from Som and he is some drivir, too. for a kid. erset, where they attended the burial of Mr 4. Ucttie (ones, of Mt. Salem, it Mrs. V i. rice returned .Mo'uli) the guest of Nir. Klirabcth Mocker. I Miss buc Tavlnr I'liglcinan, of Paris, Like the other, this car is a bcautv all Mr. Monc drigshy, who died in Cin AliM llv,!.. ti lYiiiuilli i. attended the burial of her grandmother over and is bard to beat at any price. t. Me leaves a will cinnati, last week. the guest i( relatives and friend here Mr. Ptisan A. Harris here last Prid.iy. who was Miss Mollie Burton, and three Parks-imIIDc Horde, of Crab Orchard, has small hcildrcn. Owsley Kcid. has returned from John John Miss Margaret Ovcrstrcct, of Miss Laura Gridcr, of this place is 'Louisville, where he went for treatand Miss Mary Stiele. of Junc- been here several days, assisting his weekbrother. Jailer George DcBordc at the with Mrs. Stroud Gooch at McKinney ment. tion Cit), were the attraetiw Mrs. lohn McKinnty, was in Huston-vi'lcounty lustilc. Jailer Drliotde lias hid Mrs. H. D. Carter is visiting her end gueils of Mrs. K. 1". Davis. , Thursday afternoon. II Penny and his hands full for a week or so as Ja. mother, Mrs. Sallic Goode at Mitchells-bu- r Dr and Mrs W a I'pthegrove, who is Miss I'.thel Gridci was the i. W. R. Kicc. of Louisville, has daughters. Mics Mars Cooper anil legging charge, has confined on ill.lxot. Mrs Millie Nest Wednesday. guest of Mr been very Mr. tonne, of Danville, have returned to Mr. II. B. Floyd and wifr were in been the recent guest of Mrs. Susan their home after a visit to his mother, DcBonle has nursed him and given was flnstonville Saturdav. him as careful attention as il lie II. Ycagcr. Mrs Mar Penny home the patient . Mrs. .Milfiird Hall has returned Farmers are getting busy in this secMrv C. L. Govcr and children and his own brother, which tion, gardening Htm planting corn. CimiK ntnl linliv. Miiiired. steined lo uppicnalr icf UUlnl. .Mr from a visit with relatives at Louis- - l,i ( I Mrs. Mattie Vest, and mother, Mrs Mr ami MrsO. M. Huffman and lam. Drllorde is making one of the very k- - i.f DitiviIIiv were tlir tmesis of Mr. Mrs. J. V. Cummins was in Crab hot jailers Lincoln county ever had Klia Green, visited Mr. Grider ant! Monday the guest of Mrs. II. I). and Mrs. John Meier at Highland last and is growing in popularity all the family Thursday a'ternoon. have Mr G I vtistin, and familv time. Campbell. w rck moved ;nto their new home, which thev Mrs. Fred Garnctt has been confinRev. P I. Urucc who was called to Senator "Took" Hubble led the fam- rfcntlv bought from Mr. F.mmctt ed lo her bed for several days on ac- Spring Hill. Teiin, because of the illcount of illness. ness of Ins mother has returned and ily phaitou up to Jim Mcllce's laM LitchMrs. Sam Dimcron and Mrs. Boss lames Cooper, who has been at reports that she is much better. Mrs. vtetk to have her reaintcd for spring field III- - for seeral months with Ins P I Ilrucc is in Tennessee, on a viMt and when Tim asked him what color Gritler vcre the rruests of Mrs. Robert "Oh, Dameron one afternoon last week. returned home to her jister. Miss M. L. Wade lit wanted, the Senator remarked. brother hdward Cooper Sunday. Mrs Caswell Saufley reached here any color will do. you might paint it and Mrs. IM Perkins and son, yesterday from Petisaeola, Pla.. and red for a change" Mcllcc faithfully Many Additions to the Order of Owl; Mr. Nlcholasville. were the guests last will be with her parents. Judge and carried out the order and would have , of Craig Thomas has been in Stanford week of Mrs. llclle Perkins and Mrs. Mrs F.. C O'Rear. for some time. delivered the vehicle in its coat of car for the past few days where he secured mine had not Mr. Hubble happened to a hrae number of new members for l Saufley, wha has been in J. C. Kubanks. Lieut ohn N. Mcnefcc. Jr. Joe Ireland ami for the winfr and spring has remark in the presence of the folks at Danville N'e- of Order of Owls. He Shelton Saufley attended the ceremonleft that city for Mexico. Frankfort home that he had ordered the rig inint- - was in getting the neve met) bv ial of the Shrmcri of Olcika Temple Slate Journil rd red. He ay. that his daughter. Dr. J T. Hammonds. The local lodge at Lexington Thursday. Higiiins, of Glasgow. Prof. Mis Maine l.ee asserted so vehementRev has grown bv leaps and liounds and i Misses Mary and Carrie Rend and Walter O Hooper, of Mt Sterljnir ly that he had never seen a red buggv row i lie of the 'arget and most flour ReGracic Conlcv, of the Lancaster outside nt a circus tint he was com IVof (7'oree Hopper, of Munfonlsxille 'shiiig in tb State Danville dvcate .Saturday afternoon and Kev W II Hornier of Ilurn-id- e cord, were here an;l wiled t hive lim lie Bee piint the office an appreciated oil tbiil over again in a sombar coi' laid this lltemns of Cincinnati Miss New Law to Reform School grandMis lames Denton, of Somerset. Mr attended the lurbl of tlu-if blick The population of the Slate Houi lohn Higgins and daiiRhter. Miss Julia mother. Mrs. F.lirabeth Higgins this the Hicgins. of Richmond, attended of Reform at Grcendale will be cut afternoon Miss Grinstead's Delightful Tea it is estimated by the opera-tionuriiil of Mrs. I'.Iiiabcth Higgins hen no London Kcho said last week this afternoon, of the new law, fixing the miniwas hoi Lincoln Boy WrJ in Fayette Tomorrow Misr Antoinette Grinstcad daueh-ter- . Mr. ami Mrs J. R Ilush. and mum age for commitment at 10 year .. - less to a tea Wednesday afternoon from and providim? that if a child between ..i,-Malinda. and Miss Mamie SulliI lie imiiiatjv " complimentary to Misses Lexington. Ky.. arrived this of Pa)iic'k Dejiot. to Mr. Turner Car- litiec to six. van, of Ktuahith Jackson, Marion Jackson and the ages of 10 and 16 years is sent afternoon to s.isit Mrs. V. P. Walton. penter, of Lincoln county, will be a May me he rooms were tie there for offcu'e below a felony the Jackson. The Reporter-Sta- r iM'autiful evuit of Wednesday. Orlando iKitteu plains and cut county must pay the cost of traniior Mrs. Kate Baughman and Mr Bes-si- e widding will be celebrated at Bethel oorutol withstrain of music from about tation ami $100 annually for keeping Smith, flowers. A P. Baughman, of Hustons illc. have re- cliursli the Rev. lames average him there. Alrout 15 familiar airs was played and you number of children 200 is the the ages Miss Nancy Paine. turned to their home, after a short usit jr. officiating. between Ramsey, iiner of the bride, will be the maid write down the name as it was played. of 10 and 16 committed for incorrigito friends in Danville. Dr II. of Mr. Clicrrington only missed two and bility and minor liavtntr spent the winter in the south cf lu.mii. Mr llrjan Carpenter A number The received the prize, a box ol candy. A o count v judges offenses. and who has been critically ill, has re- Lay ton, 0.. will he best man. have inquired when sufficiently to return to his bridcHviaids will be Misses Laura and salad course was served and was fol the law goes into effect, which will be covered rvvcil by tea and sweets, The follow home in Paint Lick Danville Advo riirnlirlh Carpenter, of Lincoln conn-tv- , ing were invited Mcsdames It. H June 15. sister cf the groom, and F.loise McKcc. Frank French, Boh Jackson, eate. The Trim. Harvey, of Harriman. Praise for the K. P. Fair groomsmen will be Messrs Hamilton jr., Alt red v.tiernngton; Misses fear! Kuuy The Knights of Pythias of Lincoln Payne. Robert Piatt and Rufus Lisle, aim Faris, llacKney, Alary Uncus. Alma Cora Green. Lucile Stone county will huld their third annual fan o Piv ne's Depot, and the little flower Anna Hamilton. Florence FOOT-EAS- E irlt .... Iliml,cili ami MrL'arct Kvving, Louise Khocr, May Lewis. Mabel .u Stanford August 1", 20 and 21. It Into me, FJiarhcth rhc AnliK!llc tmwilet After the to say that it will be a gooo TliomiKon. of Lexington. Rem ih,, km The Standard and .Marion Jackson. one. their former successful exhibitions edy lor viiiirtltiliinoniala. yustifr mrMioiiy the couple will leave for a the reel or a Noli ....... having established that fact. The fairs bridal trip and will then go to I.in-inSample I'KUK. uZH!i7tyttyyittt. :So. t.e enjoyable to all county to make their home. Lex-tiDeafness Cannot Be Cured are most well as financially who attend .: Allan s. OJmiltd. A.Mir.. successful them, as on Ilirrld In as Utj ratinot rrath lh br tucal The Mats who pul Itac iIWimi intrllon r Hi rar Tturt la only one When the K. l"s get behind a projio-sitiomay tu cure di ataris, and that la lir cuu.IUutl.ui. it is put through with a rush, ai rruinupa. iiraine. la iauu ur an inaaiiiti nnd especially is this true of the Stan (Himllllon r IIjh diuivui llltliix if toe Kliatacblan you kaT a tord contingent, where they have one Wltrn thla tut la luflami-Tut. rumMtnjr aouud or liuitfTfrct boarlnc, aud when la it l cniirtij ri.wt'ti iHaintaa N iut rcauir, aua of the most flourishing lodges in the unlraa Iba luftauutiatlon ran takrn out and State. Success to you, boys! We'll help rvatuH-ILL nil to Its nonunlc.tiMlltLiii.hpar. Richmond Climax. inir Mill In. riilnijtl rwrrrrt nliia cam, put or vou all we can. ten an. raumi or laiarru. ifnim la iiominir out or mucoua "Hornet and How to Paint Them." This valuable book contain fine illustration and practical advice. Ak u for it. Free Illustrated Book NattiQfWnrH tlriirr Co., Stanford, Ky. m ri women, too. I cannot praise Lydia E. Pirikhsm 'sVcgGtablo Compound encsgh for I know I never would have been as well if I had not taken it nnd I recommend It to suffering women." worked for other &8l n, mtrri half-hearte- Lac F.m-br- v, faay tTaW Antiseptic Salve kr s er 1 e Aii s Mary Dee Kennedy, of Stanford .tun .suss .viary .North, ot Ml. s.ncni, were visitors at Mrs. J. A. Hum last tiK at Hotel Wcathcrtord. spent last .Mrs. Sophia Carpenter Tliuistlay in Stanford with .Mr. alul .vt rs J. ti, Weatherford. Sam Owens, of McMiincy, was here on Saturday evening on business. Robert rSunncllcy, of I'eyton's Well, was here Saturday evening, among the many visitors of our town, Miss Co'a May Good came home from Lexington Saturday on a visit to relatives, Mr. ami Mrs. J. 1'. Good and returned Monday morning on the Caru luu Special. S. U. McKinney has been suffering wrist, intense pain from :i sprained caused by a colt throwing him backhis arm a few tlays passed. ward on M W Bernard and Bowcn Holbrook of Harttord, Ky., the oil magnates am! Attorney George Florence, ot Stanford, were here the latter part of last week i.i llu interest of the oil prospects, near Millcdgeville and McConuack's church district. The work will begin in rani-- 1 est they say in a very few davs. Der- - I ricks are now being loaded on ears fur i shipment this week and they look for an oil enttrprise-t- o start up pretty lively 'there arc other fields in view fot leases which will be looked after later ju. id Hubbard, the florist of Stanford, . here last week wiui plants ami I lowers and made tne ladies smile wiieii .hey saw nis display oi mmuiiIui nutlets. . I! Norrard, wife and child, of Danville, were here rriday .uui spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Poster. II li. tuner is making preparations for a concrtle walk to be laid from Alain Mtcct to his new blacksmith shop north of I.. B. Powell's implement yard. IS. W. Leigh lost last week a very line milk cow troin milk fever. Sheep shearing is all the rage this wstk and some awful fine fleeces are being taken off the sheep. Lambs were never finer than they are this year. The farmers are busy at present turning their ground for the present corn and tobacco crops. A great many are turning under line wheat m Boyle, which was sown for grazing, which will make great fertilizer for same crops j this season. II. . Leigh has turned his cattle out on the grass and they are looking dandy at present. Suite of our boys arc talking of join- iiij tl.e army to go to Mexico to help fight Huerta, but we think by the time1 that they can get in readiness, Huerta will be down and out of the bir.mess. j file spring like vveathtr is making c. milling jump just now and ther-- 1 w ill be plenty of vegetables in the near , , Tlio Kind Yob in Hato Always Bonglit, nnd which him been lor over mt years, Jinn bornotuo sl?natnre of anu nnn been mauo under bin per ZStfy-jBonnl miporvlsloti slnco it Infancy. CUCAMtf Allowno ono torlcrrlvoTOHinthlit. aro but All Counterfeit,, Imitations and Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tlio lienlth ot iino P' ,.Ttiit-ii-goo- l" lufuutn and Children Experience aguluHt IlxperJjtieaU Cnaforta is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing; Hyrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other 'n rootle ntihNtuncc. Its npo Is Its gtmrautcc. It destroys Worms nnd allays Fcvcrishness. Tor more than thirty years It lias been in constant ttso for tlio relief of t'oiistlputlon. Flatulency, "Wind Colle, all Tcrthlnjr Troubles nnd Diarrhoea. It regulates tlio Moiimeh nnd Dowels, assimilates the Food, glvtnrr healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tlio lother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature cf ALWAYS QLa&ffi&cM. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THI CINrAJN COMAMV M W VOW CITV Clean House I Or-clu- rd Mr J G. Weatherford was here over Minuny among relatives and friends kvervone arc trying to get their gar dens out this week. Mrs. Frank Kcid, of Frye's Creek ven;n? by George was buried Sundaj II. I'rtwitt, of Morcland. she had been a sufferer for quite a while. .Mr. F.d Nelson, of the Danville passed through here Monday from r Liberty, where he had been to do work. Mr. Lucien Dye and Miss Flora Latiham, of near Moreland and daughter of E. L. Lanham, eloped Sunday night from here to Jellico. Tcnn . to get married. The bride was 17 and the groom was 30. The groom is the Xorth Side barber of high lion gar-ap- e, some-repai- iiii'ne. And buy your rugs from us. We handle only the best goods and our prices are very low, the quality See us for Mattings, the best. Shedes, Linoleums, Druggets, Rugs, Lace Curtains, RoJs, Etc. Poles, Vestibule ors ROWLAND Mrs. W. W. Stephens and sons Lester and Orville, of Louisville, have cc-the recent guests of her father, L. T Smith. ddams, of Bed Mr and Mrs. Udd ford, Intl., arc the guests of Mrs. Jon1 Dt lanes. Mrs.A. I'. Grigsby, of Louisville, is the guest of relatives here. Miss Roxie Jennings wa the gtvest of Mrs. J. M. Phillips, at Stanford Saturday and Sunday. Little Miss Reba Smith, of Corhin is the guest of her aunt. Miss Marcia Smith. Mr and Mrs W E. Goodrich, of Covington, was the guest of his father Mr. G. W. Goodrich last week. Miss Alma Martin visited Mrs. Geo Martin at Hall's Gap last week Mrs. Luther Roberts is visiting re Ijtives at Lebanon Junction. Walter and Ash Killion went to Richmond last week to accept two good tiosition. her Mrs. George Moore is visiting ilamrhtcr, Mrs. Anne Current at O. Tom Plunimer, Xathan Belden, and Mrs. Eli Dennis are on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hogan, of Louisville, are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl. Mrs. Hogan is remembered here as Miss Rosa Hall. Mrs. Geo. Martin and Miss Myrtle Southerland have been the recent guest of Mrs. B. P, Martin. Mr. J. B. Higgins has sold his store to Mr. Tom Ashlock. "The Greatest Kidney Remedy on Earth," Says a Grateful Woman 1 want to tell you how much gooi did mc. About fou your Swamp-Roo- t years ago. 1 suffered from what the doctors called fistula and for two year-o- f that time, 1 endured what no ton gue can tell. I also had inflaminatioi of the bladder and 1 tried doctors med receiving any help icines without Someone told me about Dr, Kilmer Swamp-Hoot. Pen-saco- la pited -t SEVERANCE TO THE PUBLIC I reptcsent the largest and best made-to-ord- rr clothing house in this country Kd V. Price & Co., Chicago, III, My experience in measuring and di- & SON 1 -- r one-thir- n . 1 1 ALLEN'S recting the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who will is not a practical tailor. If you give mc vour order 1 will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheaper gratles or the higher priced. My spring line of samples are now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. CALE FOR TAXES I, James P. Jones, marshal of Crab Grrhard, Ky. will on Saturday the 9th Day of May, 1914 Offei for sale, at the court house door, MARSHAL'S tin bi nt ritr, in Crab Orchard, the following real property returned delinquent. Same being the amount due for the city of Crab Orchard, for the years of 1911-1Said sale to hcgui at P. M. standard time, 1hoe paving before lhat date, will be strti-kcfrom the list. This 13th day of April, 1914. $2.62 J. B. Tyrey 18.14 W. L. Iiel 13.90 P. M Cornier 7.4$ M. M Cornier Dr. W. J. Kdmiston 2 lots 35.15 .. $1,000 each 3.59 Mrs. hmma Karris 56.40 J. W. Guest i 1.65 Ben Howard 1.54 K i dwell aud Isaacs 2.08 Sam Tudor 7.75 J. W. Moore 5.51 Fd Rogers 180- Mrs. Addie Riddle 6.24 Will Sigler I M McCarley 1253 I ettus, Deborde and Magee .... 2.0S . Gordon Hosiery THIS STORE SELLS THE FAMOUS GORDON BRAND SILK HOSIERY. They wear better than others because they are woven glue, no lead, of pure silk-- no no wood fiber silk. They are thin and gausy but they are serviceable. We have the color to match your dress. The price is 50c and $1.00. an liiOauicd condition tba mirfacia. Wo will slTt nit Hundred lioiura lor an taae of IVafncM (ranted br catarrb) Ibat cannot be Cure, cured br Hall's Catarrb frnd lor clrcu jar, irec. y. 1. CIIENUY CO., Toledo, O. hold Take STOMACH TROUBLES It Hrurtlta, TCc. llall'a limit 1'llla for conitlbatlcn. HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Mr. RaglaBd Writes htcrettiag The Shoe Must Be Correct to rightly balance your spring attire We know the kind of shoes fashion demands. We have them in stock. Come in, let us fit you a pair A" Severance & Son After giving it a thorough trial, I re ceived relief, so keep on using it am The People's Market Place Advertoday 1 am a strong and well woman tise What You Have to Sell If 1 ever feel badly or out of sorts, take Swamp Root and it alway F.dison Mazda lamps at V, 11 Madison Heights, Va. .Mr. Chas. A straightens me out. I honestly believe Try them. JJ.2 Kagland, of this place, writes: "1 have that this medicine would cure all troubles you recommend it for and it is been taking Thedford's HAVL J. V. Stewart lo paint your pleasure for me to send my testimony He will charge you JO cents a (or indigestion, and other stomach troub- and photograph to yoti. 1 think Dt roof. les, also colds, and find it to be the vet Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t is one of the stuiare. best medicine 1 have ever used. greatest medicines on earth. Respt. yours, DIAMONDS it rxtticllnn un. for a fev After taking MRS. J NO. IIAIIJiV. til July 1st. W. H. Mueller. 1 days, I always feci like a new man." Portland, Ind. West Main St. Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pah Subscribed Insure vour urouertv vAlth Bromlev in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full this 1th day oand sworn to before un fJuly. IW9. & Bromlev. Stanford. Kv. C. A. BliNNETT, Notary Public ness after eating, are sure symptoms o stomach trouble, and should be given th' H. 1'. auto, can be proper treatment, as your strength anc FOR SALIL-- 25 Letter to s'.en at Anderson & McCarty't garage, Dr. Kilmer & Co., hialtlt depend very largely upon ycut 34-It Curtis, Wayncsburg. Binghainton, N. Y. food and its digestion. FOit SALF Victiola at a bargain. To get quick and permanent relic' s condition, from these ailments, you should taki Prove What Swamp-Rofinish and in Will Do For nuking splendid imisic. owner wishes a medicine of known curative merit. You one, Apply this to purclnue a larger Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer h Co Its 75 years of splendid success, in thi llinghampton, N. V.. for a sample sue f office treatment of Just such troubles, prove: bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable WltlTh me, telephone me, come and the real merit ol Thedford's see me about your house, carriages, Safe, pleasant, gentle in action, information, telling about the kidneys sure and automobile painting, l'aper hanging and without bad it is sure and bladder. When writing, be Regand mention the Interior Journal. a specialty. Miop on West .Mam street both young and old. For sale ular fifty-cebotsi and Telephone in residence, No. J. J lo benefit tverywhere. Price 25c. N. in. tles for sale at all drug stores. Belden, Stanford, Ky. Letter oa This Snbject. 1 Hig-gs.is- .' Black-Drau- 27-4- fj Black-Draug- ht 31-- Guns, Reinskins, Pats, Satins, Brile Kid lt first-clas- ot 30-t- Mack-Draug- SEVERANCE & SON after-effec- ts, 6-- It 29-t- f. c cue-doll- TFt rrii r r' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAN FARM AND STOCK ORD. KKWTUCKY. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1914 NEWS Hi VTvLVflHHnMlaMllBHL International Harvester Oil and Gas Engines Kenticky GentkiiiM 5167 Tie I HC Line MAIN AND HAT I si Mm, Htftt Httatra, Mtwtrt RakM, MACHINES Mir Uaat Har Prtmt Stickrn take care of it as any machine should be cared for and a dozen years or more from now it will still be working for It will save yon and your family endless houry of hard labor in pumping, 6Awing, grinding, spraying, running separator, etc. Huy an 1 11 C engine. They last longer, burn less fuel, are simpler, and givo you most power. Here aro a tew of the reasons: Offset cylinder heads, large valves, accurately ground piston and rings, heavy drop forged crank shafts and connecting rods, etc. Uest material and construction mean tho best engine. I H C engines arc built In all styles, I. They operate and in all sites from 1 to on low and high gfuSa fuels. Not every local dealer handles I II C engines. The one who does is a good man to know. If you do not know who ho is, we will tell you when you write us for catalogues. lucorperucd) BUY an International Harvester CORN MACHINtS Miattn. TicVtri Rtaatn, Calthatan Eanlata CaMati SkalWn. SarrMm TILLAGE r. aaj I SaTtat.Ta.ta. Itok Harrawa Caltlratar, GENERAL LINE OH aaJ Gai Eat urn 04 Tractar, I Maaaia SarMatrs Crtta Saatralara Mltr Track Taratkara CnlaDrilU fl Tim TTiitu I i ! Fi Griara Kail. Criaaaft jitrTwiaa International Harvester Company of America 9 Imii li I- New Albany Ctimpioa ii Ind, McCormlck MTlwmWe Dttriaf Oitaat PIim i" Before Mating Your Mare - v$!ter Glenworth Farms Home of Bohemian King 2410 We have a number of fancily bred, regktered stailions Director 3657, Pisgah Denmark 2604 and Alhambra 4981. DIRECTOR is 1S.3 hands, faultless in conformation and type; by including Bourbon King PISGAH 1788 h dam Cathay 1470, by Hamlett 113.. He has proven an excellent sire. chestnut horse of the DENMARK a by Emerald Chief 12J2 dam Belle, C. by Harrison Chief 1606. color, is ever-popul- ar He ts bred right and will, therefore, breed right ALHAMBRA is a full brother to the celebrated Woodland Echo, by Highland Wtll make very attractive tees Full information on request Denmark 730.. Plaudit, being by Marvell King, and having for his dam the famous Rowena T. 4880, by Optional, if Desired. Your Patronage appreciated. Farm us your mares Come to the farm We have a market. There's a welcome for you. ALLEN S. EDELEN,, Owner, BURGIN. KENTUCKY Shipping points: Burgin. Harrodsburg, Danville, Shelby City, Tele Phone exchanges: Burgin, Hatrodsburg and Danville. Telegraph W. U. Burgin and Danville. Toil SAM!. Two wool clipping machines A. V Carpenter, Morclaml, timothy N'o 1 haled FOR SI.K V II. Muri.li, l'lionc WW hay 34-- J S.:inforil FOR S U.K. Gulling- lour-- ) car old tin ro intile, mnd and all rislit Jcisc Harlow, Lancaster, R. I). 3, Hox 29. FOR SAM!. Sow ami tin pig and four lioat. (jotlicl. llcukc, U I) N'o. I. V.i)ticmirif, Kj , one mile south ot 3A lp Highland, Stanford pike. L will in the future, rrcchc wool, onl at the depot in Stanford, and only on the first three days of each wecW J I) hails unci Son, wool Infers, 30-Charlie and Nevin Carter are paying clear wool. Sec 21 cents for good, tf them before you sell. Good ccd com, known FOR MM-Dent. .i, Uciil ellow plant andIt m nn early jicld fine corn, igoroin $1 5u per biidtcl, At F. Keid's farm. working V .TI I) To hu a good and not cr mate not . A. C Ztirhugg, afraid of automobile-)Stanford. Route 3. FOR SAM!. High grade Holsteiit irctl h) Hull cahe. highly marked, Paul l(citsl Walker King No. W71(. . and particular write to For liftii-i Alius. No 2, llr.ant, Ind .VMp. FOR SAM!. Three Shetland pome coming fic. three, and twoears old. Two marcs, one horc. IXlr.i iiiie, speak c.uick. J no. R. eager, Danville. Ky. J 1 I1WI. a draft stallion, George Hur, Jr., that will make the toason of 1914 at my place on the Somerset pike it $10 to injure. Will .l-- o tand one f the mule jacks in Kentucky at ld to ms'.irc I'liriipie will alo inakc ho at the amc place at $10 to n. Mil c lie is the finest little Shetland n the state and ha won overthem all. M S liaiighman, Stanford, Ky t harks Wells, of laihank, Ixiught of saddl lake Wesley, a llnci year-old niare for 150 R C While, of the Fast Knd. sold a Lancaster Mondaj, a nice marc to Slnrlej llud'on for fl.-- i George W Tucker, ot l'arkswltc, sold to a Mr. Illair. of North Carolina, an ctr.i lersc) cow and calf for $02.51). near P.irksvillc, Clarence Tucker, wld to Mr. J C. Johnson twenty-thre- e hogs to go aliout Ma 1st, at 8 I 4c per ihhiiiiI. N. J. Sturgill hat lought a part of the farm of Juo C Gralual, one mile west of London, and has iwned to his new home Mr. Sturgill bought the residence and other iniprocnieuts and 75 acre of land for the price of $J,000. Frank North, a prominent farmer of near llustonville, delivered to White-hous- e & Johnson, stock dealers, of Dan-illhogs at 37 head of t cents per pound. and Shel Oatts. of Ilojlc. sold to James Spilm.tn. of Ifarrodslmrg. eleven heifers. He ix'ught of W. D Williams three heifers for $100; also of Clay of Lincoln county, nine curling steers at a good figure The two weeks old coH of Edna Mae. and hv lcntuck)'s Choice, was sold last week to James Gay and Mat Cohen of Lexington, for $1,500 by Mrs. Richard T Lowndes, of Danville who ii the nroud owner of this wonderful brood marc. The Lancaster Record says that R. F. McRoherts bought a Jersey cow anil week old calf of Edgar Price, for which he piid $80. The calf being a beautiful heifer, attracted the eve of J. I Hamilton, and he offered the owner fifty cents a pound for it. which was promptly The calf weighed 52 pounds ind cost Hamilton $26. 31-. I BaWBla.JHB7BKBarBmBB. htMl. It toot!te fa nw$pott"iar meJ $mnothe th m Urnnajr MHcalf. V m It, STCe Tdil'ta Ormnnr'a war of tlbt-r-ninrran cl t.)r p. Can ro- Can th mcl hirmd n, It aiy It wHir Orannf knowa, aikl, aba Vnewa aba knawa. A plrlura ot biMh OmrtfiTiinff lha OFJIUINR hoitla o If II ar on am m "WhtaxvuitrallorrPr.BeiriL y eta tttl It m VlifTmr-l'.ont- t,t I I nrr I PINE I 11.00 MCcnla. I asOnta. I I I "TeltlrTh Itll" TAR-HONEY -D- lct Finest I'car Tree in the World tut most valuable fruit tree m the world, so far as can be learned, is an avocado, or alligator pear tree, owned . who lives on a b) II. A. live acre orange ranch at Wlutticr, insured against dam-igc- s Lai. The tree is h) wind or fire with l.lojils of During the )car for $J0,UtlU. 1912 it vicldcd its owner a profit of $.Utid. The trie is enclosed h a slat fenci tlnrt) feet high, which the insurance compaii) rcipurcs Mr. Wood-vvottto maintain. Seven ve.irs ago the tree spranj! fiom the "seed of all avocado that was growing wild in the highlands of Mexico Hurt Hideout, a l.os Angeles conn tj nitrservmau. planted the trie on his raucii, and when it was three vcars old he sold the five acre ram It to Mr Uoodworth, a retired Wall Street Wood-.vorthhn-ki- Kentucky Gentleman has been pronounced by competent Judges to be one ot the greatest )oung horses in the tale. He is just the rigjtt site 15 4 hanus; weight about LbO pounds. He is almost perfect in conformation and his color is ideal, being n dark chestnut with white hind lrct and a star atti) snip, He has a beautiful mane and tail Kentucky Gentleman is especially good in the shoulders, wethers, back He has the best of feet and (purlers and legs, and is perfectl) sound in cv He is an impressive horse cry wa) standing still but is more so in moSets himself perfectl) and is a tion true gaitcd horse; never touches himself am where, and has exceptional speed nt the rack and trot Last vear with crv little handling Ins trainer slipped him in a ipi.irtcr in 42 a 2.4P He has wonderful intelligence gait aim Is kind ami gentle. Kent nek) Gentleman is a t)pical Kintiick saddle horse the kind the whole world loves and admires His In ruing is the verv choicest. He is by Chester Pcavme 3148. h) Kc.x I'cavine I7'Vi. Hex McDonald S33, b Rex 1) Denmaik 840 Dam Flora Carter 8119. h Rd Squirrel 53. by Illack Sipurrel 58. I.) Illack kaglc 74, h King Wil 3-- Winners on the Track and In the Show Ring Agowt the Best in the LaW The only real proof ol the Individuality and soundness of lh tfeMtoa H the show tin. It gives Melrose Farm great pleasure to again offtr tbt wt-- . n vices ol the hones, Thistle Dottne, winning raca record aiW on the grand circuit and winner of the champion roadster stallion class at the Kentucky Slate Fair, 1913, and Chlmewood, 2:19 considered by many the handsomest trotting stallion In the world, winner of the (rotting bred stallion class at the Kentucky State Fair, 1913. Baldy McGregor 2:o who recently sold for 40,000.00 In Europe an4 Lassie Mc Oregor, who recently sold for 110,000.00 In this country, are a brother and sister of Thistle Doune, 2;09 who ii himself the aire of ZaIU ka 2:29 and Madora Doune (2), 2:20 and who has a large number of colls In training in the hands of Kentucky'a famous relniman, Ben and it Is confidently eipectcd that a number will race to fast record: well-know-4 -4 4, 4, 4, Ken-ntdv, vfc i this vtar J. G. CECIL, Chlmewood has the distinction of being more sought after by Govern' roent Commission than any stallion in America, and tbey ofleted the largest price, $.1,000 00 cash, they offered for any stallion, which was refused. TERMS ate Thistle Doune, $33.00 to Insure; Chlmewood, 123.00, to Mares kept on grass at owner'itlifc. For further information and extended breeding with descriptive catalogue, address. . f. DANVILLE, KYr brevier, and offer his services to the public at the very low price of $201)0 to a live colt. Money due when colt insuic is loalcd or marc parted with Tin- - best of attention given to nnres but not responsible for accidents, should anv occur Kentucky Gentleman will make the season of 1914 at in place one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike 1 Ham t7 This grand joung horse has proven himself to be an exceptional!) fine Colt Futurity COUNTY THE K. of P. FAIR ASSOCIATION OF LINCOLN WERE SO WELL PLEASED WITH THE SUCCESS OF THEIR FUTURITY STAKE OF LAST YEAR THAT THEY HAVE TO HAVE IT AGAIN THIS YEAR. THE PURSE WILL BE $100.00 AND AN ENTRANCE FEE OF $3.00 WILL BE CHARGED. THE ENTRIES WILL POSITIVELY BE CLOSED ON JUNE THE I, 1914 ENTRY BLANKS, AND ANY FURTHER 'INFORMATION DESIRED WILL BE CHEERFULLY FUR NISHED UPON APPLICATION TO aa. . - . aa i aa.a..aaaaaaaaaBa , Voltaire oItaire is a handsome Pcrclieroi. st.iilimi, pel feet in conformation and weighs alMiut 1.900 oumts He has proven hini'ilf to be one of the best breeders in the state His colts show for themselves Lach man thinks his the hest cod is Hi has great action for a big horse can .el up ami go like a trotting horse The progrcs-n- c farmers are breeding t draft hotses more every vear They rc.ilin that little, weak teams cannot do the work as it should he done I.ots of our farms have been ruined bv shallow plowing, causing soil to all wash au.n. Hut it was the best that could be done with the learns we" had No successful farmer can afford to paj the price we hac to pay now for larm la s and cnd them to the field to do work with a small team, Sc a to ect the best results jou have to have unproved luachmer) and a good lug team to pull it with The only wav to do this is to raise big horses and ol t.ure is the best lug horse in the conn trv tr. brred to for that kind He has proven it by what he lias done our brood mares will not last are you raising any joung ones to take Iheir places Don't jou think now would be a good time to do so. while vou have such a horse close to jour Voltaire will make the season of 1914 at my place one mile from Stan ford on the Danville pike at $15.00 to insure a live cult. J NEVIN CARTER, Stanford. Ky. Iki.-it- I'errheron Society of America iI -- NoIkhI) suspecUd that the tree would prove tlic mouev maker it is 1 tie average alligator pear tree does not e.inic mtn hearing until it is eight Mr Woodwork's or ten j car old jvocido bigan bearing it, its fourth vear. During the tilth vear it pro duceil $l,7lo worth of fruit and hud In its sixth vear it gave up wood $3.20"i worth of fruit and bud wood, $1 500 of which was derived from the sale of alligator pears at the rate of $( a dorcn, and $1,702 came from the sale ot buds at from 10 to 20 cents apiece Where Wilt Feeders Get Cattle? L'nless there is a drouth this summer there vvillbc no feeder cattle on t lit? bargain, sajs the market forecaster of the Vallev Farmer It seems that Mexico and Canada will Ixjtli be out A big com crop would further in. crease the need of cattle for feeding nearly 50 per cent over the fall demand of 1913 Some feeders arc hujmg cattle now before they take on a grass fill, some arc holding off on account of the high prices, and still others arc waiting tor the opening of summer to get a line on the feed situation. In a yeir following a drouth there is al'vays greater economy in preserving feed. i ins in hscii ougni 10 ne insurance nt large supplies of feed for 1915. W. P. KINCAID, Sec'y Stanford, Kentucky Roots & Herbs V 'Jill c. das one-ha- lf Rot-ti.- w C3AKLIE 4t WHITE-MOO- GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according to the Original St Formula ft Bocipea of Charlie Whit-Xoo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed la the Sible. ThouoandaofTeatlmoniaU. the SCIENCE BOPS, for the HuOroat Body-Toniman Skin Only. Aak your druggist, or write Xx-ilusl- vo c- 1 TW CraWf BaUSat OiiiajTaj or nn aocii ctntM mm IIIIlU . KKKf Mft Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 West WHITE-MOO- N Iroadway LwisvHto, Kentucky Public Sale Rex O'Dare NO. 5000 Ilv Chester Pcavine No 3184 by Rex e No 1795, Ilv Rex McDonald, 833; 1st dam F.thel D No 8856. 2nd FEEDS Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 (be. Linseed Meal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. 1 0 Samson Registered Perchcron Stallion 78868 This is a splendid type of the breed. P.iack with star in forehead. Foaled May 2.1th. 1910. horse. S1RI! The great Pcrcheron Sam, 25055 (54(j081 an imported horse from France, a winner at the International at Chicago; also twice winner at Virginia State Fair, tipping the scales at 2450 pounds. DAM. Mason Girl. Registry No 48989. A beautiful black mare weighing 1800. He will make the season at my farm at Knohlick Station, Lincoln county better known as the "Sowcll Givcns farm,"'at $10 to Insure a Livine Foal Money due when colt is foaled, mare traded or removed from county. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. E. G. BICKLEY Danville, Ky Phone 671, Two Great Stallions Of ilvery outfit consisting of horses carriages, uuggics and all equipment Thursday, April 30th At 10 o'clock sharp on the premises Notice to Knights of Pythias One of the oldest and best livery stands Rro George Moore. Siinvinteudcnt in Central Kentucky. Terms made if the Pvthian Home will usit our known on daj of sale lodge Thursday ec in the interest of B. G. FOX the Rathburne liihlc Class We re- T D. English, Auct. quest a full attendance. There also be work m tn Mnk of rwiuire anil Knight W W Saunders. K R S id .1.1-- 2 uini jrixie vjuick Muud M ,0. two; jnl dam IWv, left hind foot white. 16 hands high, ioaled 1910 Will make the sea son of 10J4 at mv stable on the Stan Public Sale ford and Shelby City pike, six miles Horn Man lord at $10 to insure a hv ing colt No service on Simdav L. If. MESSER Stanford, Kentucky. u i 4 Standing at Hustonville I will stand the two great draft hor,es WATZMAN and FRENCH for the season of 1914 at my farm near Hustonville, at the low sum of $10 each to insure a living colt. Watzinan is an imported German coach horse. He sold for $3,0U0 I have used him two seasons and his colts show for themselves what hi can do, all coining large size and with lots of stle. His colts show too well what he docs, to need an extended description. French is a Perchcron, and a Com-pa- n 0 horse originally and sold for I bought him in Metcalf county. juhcre he has done splendid work in (lie stud, lie produces splendid colts, the big stvlish fellows with fine bone and shape. He will attract attention an) where and is the kind of a breeder owners of mares arc looking for. He weighs 1,800 pounds and gets colts like him I also have two or three fine, big GOATS FOR SALE mule bleeding jacks which I will also To reduce my flock I have a few stand at $12 and $10. goats for sale. To one who has "bush" J K. Baughman, Hustonville, Ky. land they are better than a grubbing hoe, more profitable and hardier than TO THE FAR.MERS.-- W'e are in the sheep. Fearless of dogs and better wool business for the n firm browsers than either sheep or cattle of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, To clear land, they are invaluable Call ot priiigtield. Run., and will pay on or address. J 11 QUINSENHKKRY, highest prices for same. We want jour Mgr., Arabia, Lincoln county, Ky, trade See us before )ou sell. J. D. 29-Railroad station. South Fork. Fads &. Son, Alfred, Stanford. Ky $2,-40well-know8 lv Cattle Deal in Marion County A cattle deal involving almost $50,000 was consummated rccentlv when box O'Damcl & Co , of Lebanon, sold to parties in the East 550 head of cattle which the firm hail been slopping at the distillerv of Mueller. Wathan & Robert Ivvent) cars in Marion county were shipped from Lebanon. The shipment was made to the New York butchers' Dressed liecf Co. The price received for the cattle b the Lebanon firm is said to have hem $7.90 per hundred pounds, and as it is believed tlie.v will ivirage 1,150 tiounds each it will be seen that the deal will amount approximately pj ?50,000 $5 000 Ott-nhe- im Having sold ni) farm located on the pike three miles from Man. ford, 1 will sell the following personal on Thursday, April 30th. o'clock One faintly horse, two ear-olmules, good workers, one cow and )oung calf, one Holsteui heifer, soon to be fresh, one brood sow and five shojts, two ponies, gentle to drive, 15 or 20 barrels of com. 30 or 40 bales of straw, one wagon, one hugg) and harness, two Sets of wagon harness and plow gears. binder, wheat drill, mowing machine, harake. two riding cultivators, one walking cultivator, two disc harrows. 2 double shovel pious, three turning lilovvs, 2 sets of irontriple trees. 10 hemp brakes, one smoothing harrow, roller, hay frame, household and kitchen furniture, two cooking stoves, 2 heating stoves, dressers, carpets, and other thing? too numerous to mention 33-- 2 J. M. LAIR, at 10 thrte-- ) d two-hors- e 1 pi,perly Glen Brook A HIGH My high tired Chest. nut Sorrel Stallion will make the Sea son of 1914 at my barn on the old fair grounds at Hustonville. Ky. He is 16 hands high weight 1,200 pounds He win serve a nmiieii numiier ol muU! at $15 to insure a living colt, season due when marc is parted with, or leav. I his stallion ing tlie county is ! shland II rook and out of standard bred trotting marc He has proven to be a gnat breeder, having his colls to snow tor mm His colts arc all sad die colts, with good stvle and action Call and see a good horse before breeding tinti comes will also stand .he great mule iack lim Reed, the well known mule jack b the old jack of Jim Reed's. Having sold his colts at $100 at weaning time and is a fine breeder, having colts to show for him here. He has a large bone and his colts have good bone and stle. He will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. Money due when mare is parted with or left the county B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, Ky. 1 GRADE.STALLION J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY JIM REED Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE SI down a chick's throat cures few the Sapei A aaterdrops la and cures prevents cholera, diarrhoea and otberchlck disease. One Ko bottle makes i: gallon of Bourhon Remedy Co. lailsgtca, medlclue At all JrUKKlst. hample and booklet on "Diseases of Kowla" sent I'ttEK. It HAY FOR SALE hale; a few tons of exnice, bright, clean timothy hay tra the kind vou like to teed your horses We also hate on hand at all times. Corn, Oats, both for feed and seed purposes; Ship Stuff. Chicken feed, Flour, Meal and Coal. Any order vou may give us will be promptly filled and appreciated. D. V. KENNEDY & CO., 24-Stanford Ky. Hy weight or 8 TIMOTHY Try Our New Tongueless Truck Harrow , W. H. Higgins Dakota Jack's aflHBflflTrL. , BOSSEAU I will stand my fine registered l'er-cher- Bosteau at mr farm on the Stanford and Hustonville pike, one mile of Hustonville for the season of East 1914 iX M'vi at INDIAN REMEDIES have made hit name famous all orer the United State and Canada. i Composed of Root, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Disease. M COLT Bosseau is a fine big boned animal, weighs 2,060 pounds and is just the Kind to breed to, to get your big mule $13 TO INSURE A LIVE .'Tlppasis marei. R. L. BERRY, Hustonville Ky. NO. 117497 laKTaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaakafl SHELBY SULTAN IIerU-- 15 Days' Treatment, Dakota Jack'a Cowboy Llnlmrnt Dakota Jack' Crtmo Soap. Price 10c, 3 ban , runic?' Indian (I 00 25a 25 '.' K. I' "' st I X., aaaaaaBBM aBBaaaaaBBBBlaaaaaaaaanLAaV --- mtm Vsv-- M , v- - bk!. aaMhJaBtUJ,.aaB arjaraft laf ljNF5f x . S. iBaaaaaaW HI l - F'tP 1.- Mi T9 J, -- mujii$u UmUj w i m , ITT, . aWWPww Taf laTCXE aaaaSaazatjri 'S ' & -- ' ; . mi' A b All Kinds for Sale by GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky This Jersey Hull just received from Shelby county, K., and by Chas. Ilright's luiHrted hull Pansy Sultan that cost $1,300 and a proven breeder of merit, by the grand bull Sultan of Oakland, first prize on the Island in 1900. First prize Sweepstake breeders cup. Reserve champion and first prize bull our lerscys in class for bull and progtii), 1907, also the highest price was paid for him that any hull ever brought on the Island at public auction He descends direct from champions. I'lvuig Fox and Imported Fern Lad Shclbv Sultan is out of a cow of W I Scoot's breeding of Scoot' Station Shelby county, Ky., (one of Kentucky's best Jersey men) Coming from the ootid Setisa f.uiily, that has produced him to man) prize winning and high )ieldmg cows, His first dam is Miss Siscla by Sensa's Hero bred by W L Scott and by Sensa's Pride, with 15 in list and Seitsa his dam with a test of 21 pounds in 7 days and inheriting the best Mood of the Island direct from St Delia, lluttcr King and Torment. and tuberculin This royally bred tested ouiig bull will make the present season nt my farm near Stanford, Ky., at $5.00. Money due when serprivilege vice is rendered. Return granted. F. REID. DAKOTA JACK Tbt Northwestern Cowboy ORiaiNATON Shu-gar- All on sale at Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. or PURSLIY'S INDIAN HERBS Dakota Jack' Home Addretat Atlanta, Ga. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May 10th $1I!SH Round Trip Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Urn. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. J , j:,l. jx ,..- 'JamiBbal