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NO, JJ The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 1, ll Thli Paper Stops When Yonr Time up Watch tht Date On Label and Promptly. Renew Voor Subscription 1914 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS MOZART CLUB RECITAL Delights Large Audience With First Recital in School Auditorium ,". ' MedlMer, - , . 1ITTLK W AR NEWS YET - DEACON IIOSKINS ORDAINED PAYNE CARPENTER THE BATTLE OF TURKEY RUN Hostilities Started on Hutlonvllle Pike But Mrs. McCormack Mediates FIRST DEFEAT OF THE SEASON Local High School Lads Lose to Deaf Boys at Danville A NOBLE CHRISTIAN GONE JT . rK ir ' Mrs. J. T. Martin, aged 09, died at her Snipe hunting proved a trifle unThe Stanford High School nine went The Lexington Herald Thursday The members of me morning had the following account of pleasant for a party of Danville sxrt-ii'c- u down in defeat for the first time this home near Ttirncrsvillc Tuesday-- after gave their first recital as Morar: Club an organized who came over to Lincoln in an season on .Tuesday at the hands of the an illness of aliout two years. She was iKidy of musicians the wedding of Turner Carpenter, son in the of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Carpenter, of automobile this week and visited the strong team from the Kentucky Deaf a devout member of the Turnersville the graded school on last auditorium of Tuesday this county, to Miss Pavnc, of Fay-sit- e farms of several of their friends in the and Dunilr school. The deaf boys arc Christian church and a splendid woA large audience- - was prescounty, which will be read with western section of the county where exceptionally stroifg this vear. having man, always spoke a kind word to ev- ent anil each number on the program much interest by the many friends and these birds, also called plover, are said defeated Central L'nivcrsily in three eryone and doing kindly deeds whenev- was received with a hearty round of ones ot tne Rnw.m at his home lo conuregnle alxnit larye pond and uocessjvc games. The high school er she had the opportunity. The de- plause The stage was beautifully aployr-i-i dc- PeacVm. Dr. C V. Cook, of Danville, The marriage of Miss Sue llacgin Jtrcanis. In the bunch which came over boys played a good game making but ceased was Miss Bcttie Campbell before ln ,he c1"' f.itr .... mediation envoys Of Ar-- .' made an address on the duties r.. f the I 'a)ne, of Pane's Dcot, lo Mr. Jo-- 1 'ro1" l,(,c werl' ,lc1' '""' fellows as their errors on several hard ir.vs. but her marriage. She is survived by her i 'ThisWec .in, vi, ...i.:i lllHICIiCl Lime battery could not hold out against htis'ia-iand six children. The funeral of Black-eye- d T. eph Turner larpcntcr, of vln.H .ii.I ClilU 'continued church to the Deacons. Kev Lincoln iGiahant Price, Ike Lanier andj.unsford Susans of JllibllebtirK led It the onniv, was celebrated last evening at!amlel1- - Ihcy went to Jim McLonnacks the hard hilling deaf lads. Jasper twirl- servici were conducted at her resi- ...crc neigiiicncl the scattered here and their, private, .tilings thrurthe' days, and Claunch, praver. effect at llethei church, the Rev I I'hice on the llustoiivillc rikc and had ing, held the locals to seven hits which dence at two o'clock Wednesday by J. produced by seeing so many naturally t v ''vmIiiv. Their first move fonan ami- - Al-- n and Compjity sheared their 8 o'clock Smith, beautiful a James T Jr.. officiating. It was ,,!'r,t'1 ,0,arclnilliack of ihe house were t'H scattered to let in more than C MeCl.irv :lftrr ivtiirlt tli.. I.tiriil n... yoitnjf ladies in one group. The large' ?.hicc. was succeeded iy Impractical larse flock' of, sheep. Tuesday and re- a pretty wedding in all details. As lhc!w,,r", !l al"' belligerent turkey two runs. The Danville lads got 14 curred in tlie Campbell grave yard. The .Mozart pennant Imnginir in the r a truce, "i MHMitsiMl ot hostilities, hack children who survive arc Walter, Ken, . guests assembled Mr llruce Reynolds' pl'Mer took a sudden dislike to the safeties scoring eight runs. " the ..lino completed the whole in a very twrw (,. forces of the United Mates ceded 'a .fine lot of very fine fleece l.d, Frank. Jesse Martin and Mrs. and started l.ucicn Dye. who' eloped to Icllico, orchestra played a program of music ' I"01" of ,C'"' ,kc . . .1 Iln'rt!i 'rrulmr. allllil there STANFORD Al! R II PO A E Mary Peak, who have the svmn.iilif nl artistic manner. Co'' " of '" K,,c """ ,,,c ",ncc "ver still ominous sottuas ofccbnllict Tenn., last week ir back Irf Ins post The little church had decorations ,40 a wide circle of friends in the loss of "Human hopes and human creeds, not expecting hostilities of any Wood' c for business, ti's.v". between the llnerta and carranza readv' Wealhcrford They are now at l.l.oits. pink and white sweet peas and 0 S 0 0 a fond and loving mother. J nave their root in human Grande, was J. Ktnbry. cf Motel Laster lilies arranged with exquisite forlhe present ""r,lJ .eeds." ""' TrV forces. 4 0 (I 0 0 Jesse Atstin, of Roy's Mill was here taste. The altar was pvramide'd with1'1 'or battle, and realising S. F.mbry 3b2b The Bach Club or Senior mtisic.il'. E-- i Secretary Bryan formally noiiiieu A J' v 210 Death of Wlnfred B. Portman always the better part Perkins hcrctinn body of this city will probably reach i.li A.ii i . divots that Tueday on business and to sec his palms and ferns amid which were long I "j1" a,"r- - ' sa"' ,u ave beaten a rath- - Stagg c - --?..!.. Yi. ...... .v 40 0 T...r. " stemmed wlit'tc lilies and Cathedral The remains of Wintred fl: Portman itszcnitd of perfection as an organi- tnivcrnmenl took it for mother. j American Hill ef 4025 rrtrrat K. ll.o lirimcs and ss Mr J. !'.. P.rrwn, r.i Cswv county, csndlti. The windort, flr diaord!" ,,:"li'. ,',r K"'"-from Lexington, "vnrairteM that tlitre'Voufci be w ViC '"'c "f !v'nK recitals this 300 ?JH rf 0 0 were brought here the Wednesday afternoon and irtcrred in spring summer. After the years of duriiw the mediation proceed- - reported as. beini: considerably Iietter wild smilax and the chandeliers were I"1"0" - "' ,llwas "'"r car out on percnpike, Lchheiv p 20003 on a and Iioiios are t'iat he will soon be icsuxMieo vvun green completing . a wneri- or couipcncu to should it exist at all it would not Cemetery after and IniiI nrt further acts of Colemai 0 0 0 0 0 1 the Buffalo Springs perfect selling for the wedding scene. high until Mrs. Mctormack had driven Singleton ss " he- - out airain a local organization. So in were .,'"1 r8lon while ss 3 0 0 2 2 I short services at the grave by Rev. D. accord Mrs', J H, A.fim.. of Danville, was with At the first notes from the Bridal off the angry turkey cock wild a broom Moblev 11 0 0 0 I 0 0 M. Walker. The deceased will be re- shouldthis It is highly fit Hut a chd be formed to take the place Tttti il 'Mtittide of llnerta and Car- - here the ifrst of the week seeing after Chorus from Lohengrun, the procession stick. membered here as "Pigg" Portman, by uv and entered the church up the outer aisle. ITn: TJ llir rrtotlnti of JilMililirs was Some wotk" Ml Ihr tcmelerr. He lived in this carry on the high standard 'set bv thu TOTAL 31 2 6 24 'J 4 his host of friends. CRAB ORCHARD Mrs R. M Tale anil !.Nss Hiliia First came Miss l.aura Carpenter, of city until about two years ago and 4ill unknown" today. WHilc there had T';"fforc "'.rol'l' the hopes 'and A Rook Party given at the hotel by which the Caninilr, of Danville, motored over Lincoln count v. sister of the v.,l,em,r'-ca- l Miss I). AR R II PO A F from here he went to Lexington, where VI Jf-t rtTi no jieriml sethewithin titieu. jicc-- . here Monday for a visit to relatkes and Mrs. Robert , Piatt, of the Misses Humphrey was cnjo)cd by DAN'VILLF. D. 1 cone he held a gwid ositioii. He died in mini a Kreat in Baron ss o2300 -- i Pa) tic's DcKit; Miss liloise Harvey, of a sci n or more of young people Monthe Good Samaritan hospital, where he '".pressing true artistic idea, retary llryin said today he believed and friends. Orndoff If 52 00 H, O. Cmrr. of Si.inford. kniithl of llarriman. Tenn.. and Mr. Hamilton day night. has been for six weeks, fie is surviv- he. ; pupils a, well a,. raising the Man" they would mote forward "as rapidly 11 30 6 Airs. Daisy Hunt has moved into the Haggard c ed by his father, J K. Portman, of ri'TL? as ioiblc." A reiiort, that Ihry mjuht Mfnrd Af Shelhv Glv. a small tract Pavnc. til Pa) tic's Depot; Miss lilia-bet- h (Pmm."n,,y m the 503 Jasper p 2 Carpenter, of Lincoln county, sis- Kennedy property on Stanford street. l and intelligent understanding t,thnnun liv the mrilialnrs uoiiiK In of land here adjoininK the ceinelery 2b 2 2 3 0 Louiivillc, brother, Carroll Portman, of , .5 ter of the. bridegroom, and Mr. Rufus Mr J. II. Dcnnv, of Ktihank, was Mcimier by and oilier parties. Tuec unknown for a body to carry muc. of Ohio, and two sisters, Mrs. Frank Mexico, was met by the statement her , .Mr and Mrs, Charles Wheeler. Mr. Lisle Then came the maid of honor, here to see one of our most popular Lee lb ,1,C one of them that frt tthesc day of the fincs m f0""' he Slankcn Jb 5 0 0 2 2 0 Itohon, of Louisville, and Mrs. Clyde MozTr? tcjrvralV and cable such a. journey was R II Powell, motored to Lexington Miss Vancv Pa)iie and following her, young ladies last week, was formed with the Mr. and 40 0 0 Anderson, of Nashville, Ind. Monday to vtsit Dr. creed or motive. "To Cause Good Mu Miss Pauline Hajss. of Stanford, is Smith rf Carl Wheeler. the lilllc flower girls. Misses ICIira-beli.nrK-cmarar they had every ficiljty They 4 c 0 Mrs. S. P. Stagg, of Lexington, lo be, bear, in the Land" And if Thompson and F.lirahcth Stcccle. at Ihe King Hotel lor a short stay. Miller cf returned the same day. Mexico, the remains here. speedy commiinicution-wiifor one Mrs. Arthur Spragcns and daughters, who wore dainty white chiffon Robert Collier is at Mitehetlshurg TOTALS ''""'Se.hy first recital of hi cl b and To 2 While lu envoys were not vet ready 45 8 14 27 Miss Florence, were in our village on lace dresses. One with a pink satin on a business trip this week. the place it will reach in Dick Has Another Hazel Dawn to make any tyjnomicemcnl, several latter Summary Two base hits, Sfagg, Hq:. flooch is sick at his home' on sash and the other, pale blue and they y plume's of what has c'.me tin Tuesday shopping. Billy Shropshire, of Winchestre, who out its creed predict that it will a" Pet kins. Jasper. Meuttier. Stolen bases, Aunt I'olly K.t tiff man is still very carried baskets tied with Ihjvvs and fill- Lower Main. in a manner which they during, the discussion wer; learned Mrs. Hannah Stcgcr will be allowed Perkins J. Hill 2. Jembry 1. Haggard developed Hazel Dawn, the champion had not dared to even hope for. from authoritivc sourcek. It atpe.irs feeble al her home on North Danville ed with pink rose petals which they strew the path of the bride. who to sit up in a few days. Her invalid 2. Jasper Baron I. Sacrifice hits. F.m- saddle mare of the country and then Mm,,?..'TRrsT wi,M a farming that while the attitude of Gen MeMa.- avenue. Rcvniersun, bry. Struck out by Jasper 10. Lephevy 6. sold bet to the President of Cuba, was of the Rolling came alone. In the right hand aisle, chair came Tuesday. T A. va definite in acceptiiiK intenneilia-tiftftM,Zart' 5t'UiPK before the in I cuuing. at McKinney this week to look at nee Mrs. Hancock, wife of our college, in H innings Singleton and Fork, was in our midst Wednesday on at the same time came the bridesimpl city and as between the United States ' Peavine, the great voting marc smcer.ty of Mozart groom with bis best man, his brother, professor, was here visiting Jicr hus- Base on balls Lephew 1. Time 1 hour the Hucrta Rofernuient, it has not yet business. that WalkeV & Scudder liought of Mark mus.ca atmosphere, and Mr X I). Snow has purchased a Mr. Brian Carpenter, of Da)t.,n. O, band this last week, and he returned 40 minutes. that his Acceptance, for the remain' made lcn apply clear Inlenticiliation which farm in the Mt Oluc neighborhood in Tin couple joined before the waiting to Shepberdsville with her Tuesday to Goins. of Marksbury about a year ago. ,,,e.?I8ram- - Thi was well rcit-f- f' lf " will This filly is now five years old and has Sheep Money Ready for Farmers was attend the Kilucatioiia! Convention in Nettie W. McKinney, includes Ctrranra. ll is expected this Caey county and will move lo same at ' minister for the ceremony. There County Clerk G. It. Cooper has re. rounded out into splendid shape. set music during the rcouscs and Louisville this vvceV. Perkins and Frances Embry. question "will l cleared tip by inquiries once D. C. Allen will go with him" horsemen say she has the making S648 W. W. Steele, of I'owers. Casey coun- after-th- c prayer and blessing MendelsOur teachers all will attend the ceived from the S.tate Auditor now tinder way. ad,lrnWM.f0,s',Wed ' ,.,,c President's ty, was here Wednesday morning on sohn s Wedding Marcli sounded joy- Louisville convention. which is to pay the claims of those who of a better marc than the great Hazel M,a,S' Grim" who has ?' fully and the party left down the center faith-fulbusiness. had sheep killed by dogs during the Dawn for in addition to everything honor of being 'Mrs. Jennie Dunn, who has so as the first preNEAL'S CREEK that the champion had, Regina Peavine siding oficer I). W Dunn has bedded out a large aisle. pcrfonned her work as nurse for year of 1913. The amount claimed of the club. Mi,s regular appoint- quantity of sweet K)tatoes for slips, Re.-- , drccr filled ht Hit wedding colors were pink and Mrs. Sieger resigned her position on the farmers was a!oul $1,400, hut has the size too. She is an exquisite h'H'Jle nC "J1 ' "" "'e St charm! chestnut like ment at Saufley Sunda afternoon. which will be for sale in a short time. blue and were carried out in exquisite Tuesday and Miss Angie Hunt her they were only allowed 56 cents to the and is going the majority of Peavines. those present ever deto sec Mr. HraHlian Southern, Queen llermudas, lastc, ihe bridal party forming a beau- phce Mrs. Dunn has proved tookmost dollar. to be a sensation of the livered ... this city. Mr. Nclia Terry Vas out "a She then show- circuit this season. few remarks on th ...,i.i:.i.: made '. Ray Hvlden Sunday. 7 and the Red (iatn He received four tiful picture before the altar of green. efficient hand, patient and kind and .. .. vjtHiJi sin il' nun Iloyle county, was bairels more Wednesday morning from Mr Lee Ktrk, of i lie hruic is one of '' . GENEVA ihe county s Mrs. Stcger recommends her in the "' '".e c.11"' a'ler which the Lower R. R. Rate Goes into Effect Mr. Howard" Kirk Sunday. Lexington, which will be bedded this charming girls and never lovelier than highest terms to anvonc needing her over, to see The people around here arc getting K.im.c.ige and views of the Baclt Miss Cathrnnc Iteldclt and Je.s Mar- week. Put in your orders early to Ik when een in her bridal gown of white services. The two ami-havry busy about cropping. cent a mile railroad Annie Kirk and Ray Hidden, sure ol gelling tlicni as llicy arc going charmiusc and laec. Her tulle veil encontinues very rate went into effect on the L. & N. the .May Flower, were expounded Mrs. Richard Austin When I am away from Crab Orchard tin. Miss and circling her was caught in her hair so many times. today. The cut will not be applied to wt attended the street fair at Stanford on to be scarce articles this time. ,n,ll "ht- - Tl,e addre have a longing to ovv at this writing. The net proccrds of the Ladies Aid with orange IiIosmihis and she carried know vjntcthing about the older resiI.roiisht to a clo.c by a few clear Friday night Mrs. Bcttie Yocum has been on the interstate rates, however, for some time 'and Society last Saturday evening Mj. Jene Hutchinson and were a shower of white roses and valley dents, whether they are still living and tck list for the past few weeks, but is though not later than July 1. Tariffs " covering the interstate reduction are se ting before the community the digChloc Fanner, were at Saufley Sunday aliout $25 which did well for what they lilies. Inw tliHv aw so I think that letter at this writing. Itaii on hand hvcryhody who went and Ihe maid of honor and Miss Hliia-bet- h tit's is the way dins. of vou may feel W. F. Walls had a fine milk cow to now being prepared. Other roads are nity of their motive and exhorting them to ice Mr. A. K. (iriiiir. some said to be preparing to meet the rale io iciiii an encouragement by Carnentcr were lovely in nmk alnul them. So for vour benefit I will lie iast Thursday niuht. , Mr. Arthur. Uaugh is very ill at tin partook of the good things were well their pleased with their visit. ehifftn and taffeta with lioquets of pink mention something aliout as mar.y as I writing, Mr. Press Slud'er is on the sick list decreases occasioned by the L. & N.'s presence and kind advice. was in Man-for- d cut and by the two and The Ladies Aid Society, of the Chris- roses tieu with tune and .Miss Laura Lin iioiiK in ai inis writing, ami i win at this writing. Mrs. jene Hutchinson .The roll call was answered with cent Friday. Miss (da Austin spent Sunday with law, which does not become effective views on. 3r by Mozart. Miss Jean tian church will bold an exchange Sat- Carpenter and Miss Harvey were beau lie-- in with Dr Doorcs, our dearly be- and Thelina urday afternoon in the store noin of lifully gowned in pale blue chiffon and ii'i'-Misses I'.ffie .no lamiiy pnysician, vvun lias her brother and family. Mr. and Mrs until June 15. The L. &-- N.. has avc 't of,?1"",'?0'' i'1 vycrp in Stanford Friday Dr. A'eam. Fast of the bank. As, they taffeta and carried pink rosc.s. not to wait until the law behelped thousands through many seri- Richard Austin. Hutchinson ,a"d some 'he plans to ee Misses Itcssic and did After congratulations grandson of Mr. and Mrs. comes operative. have sufficient quantity growth and enlargement. The little of and showers ous diseases to health and strength and Saturday The duet by Misses Eva Rankin goxl tilings last Saturday to fill al' of good wishes for the happy couple and scattered sunlight and cheer into Will Coffmau, who got kicked in the irgtuia Bracket!. and Nannie Sloan, was a brilliant Mazurka $250,000 Fire in Hodeeciville Mis Hiddie Green was the guest of orders they concluded lo have another thev left for a trip of several weeks many homes. He is in very good head by a young mule some time ago. I'J Larl Holm, and the execution was one tor tlie lienefit of all. who will at- and will then go to housekeeping at health for one of his age. ind still en- is able to be out again. F.lta Luster Tuesday. Hiss F'ire. starting in the harness shop of Listen for the wedding bells to ring B. B. Mi.nord shortly before midnight very good. Miss Catherine trfiucn was m i tend. I Jits of good things to eat will the bridegroom's beautiful country place joys a good joke. He is comfortably The paper by Miss Gertrude Gaines-wasec Misses Osa and Chloc fanner lasi iie on handi, ices, cakes, pies, chick- "Bonniecastle," in Lincoln county. domiciled at the Humphrey (nee Gover") in Geneva. Wednesday, spread rapidly .and Ccfore The bride is the oldest of several Hotel an admirable history of Mozart en and mol anv thins thai jou can it could be gotten under control desLouisville think of will be served in the most charming daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Mr John Raines went to Mr John F.dmiston. one of Crab OrGov. Beckham speaks In Stanford, troyed twenty-si- x business houses and and original in its conception. One of Mrs. Jas. style. Come and lend a helping Samuel If. Pavne. She is pretty and chard's main stays, who has always May 9th, at 1 o'clock. Tticsdav to sec his daughter, nineteen residence in Hodgenvillc La- the heaviest musical numbers was a hand to a good cause. attractive and loved by all her friends. been honored and respected and done Munday. rue county. The entire west side of the piano solo played by Miss Frances Belden was the Mr. Carpenter is a son of Mr. and so much for Ihe upbuilding of our This was marked by clean finLittle Miks Josephine Progressive Farmers Pubjic square is in ruins. The loss is week. Mrs. Adam Carpenter, of Lincoln coun. town's interests is enjoying reasonably gering, c car execution, excellent pedPREACHERSVILLE guest of Fffic F'armcr Such men as W. M. Bright. T. A. estimated at !50.000, witlli about aling and admirable work in the carly. He is very widely known and highKirk was down lo sec .Mrs James good health and gets aliout well for Rice. C. F Tate, W .C. Shanks, Fox insurance. Assistance was asked Mr. and Charles Rig-.hand ly Kitts this baby vuitcd Mrs. and Mrs. rying out of her melody. esteemed by all liiin. The one of his advanced years He is with Duddcrar. J. J. Seever. Albert her mother. Mrs. Ultima Von from Louisville but before the apparaMr. J. II. Rigs-b- wedding was one who know n the choruses the club proved of the beautiful so- his ron. Dr. W. J. Kdmistnn. Gruenigan and others are mating some tus could arrive there the flames were " ciety events of April and of much in to be talented in vocal, as well .Mr. Alfred Davis, Mr. Ike Terry, of Green river, was another sturdy of their best mares with Voltaire. Ncvin under control. Mr. August Bartcls went ovel to as instrumental music, a merit which tcrest on account of the prominence of pioneer, is holding his own nicely. Can Carter's great Percheron stallion. They over to sec his brother, Mr. J. W. TetLexington lat week. cannot as yet be ascribed to the Bach both families and the popularity of the any young Farmer's Wife Swallows Poison realize that modern farming require l'arrivh was severely Club. "Mrs. Taylor Roberts was out to sec on P the!". leg by a fractious mare. kicked young couple They were remembered nnke most as he goes man ashamed of bigger and better teams, and being being idle, about his work, He with many Mrs. Dudley Woods, 35, wife of a A duet "A Cuban Dance" handsome gifts in silver, and does as much vyorK every dav a". progressive farmers, they arc preparing Mrs. J. J. Hcldcn Saturday. composed came verv near sustaining a broken cut glass, mahogany, farmer living near Keene, Jessamine by GotHchalk vvas given by etc.. which numMaster Hen Luster is on the sick lil. limb. MisM the average farmer He is still living to keep abreast of the times. Use "boss county, while in a fit of melancholy, Nancy K. .McKinney, and Annie V. Mrs. -. 's Mrs. J. W. Terry and bring your mares Thursday at the old Will F. Stephenson home, all sinc". do Jitincy Kajlor had a good horse to bered into Ihe hundreds, The committed suicide by swal- Craig wm, all its southern voliiptous-""nRoberts parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam alone, preferring this way of living, 35-- 1 over to see Mrs. Taylor Voltaire. ! die Tuesday. lowing poison. She is survived by her Carpenter, bis grandmother, Mrs, A. G. more than any one eNe lie attends to to interpretation being good. last week. Little Miss Iva Thompson has been Turner, htlshjud and two small children. the Club journal vvas a hammer in was in this patt quite Lincoln comity, and Mr. and his chickens, pigs and household affairs of MU Lime Davis OTTENHEIM ill of measles. the hands of Miss Annie Green Wood, F.liza-bet- h of the county this week. and finds lime to cultivate a crop of Miss Matilda Kocher gave a delightMr. Ivan I'rle has been complain- Mrs Robert Salter and daughter, High School Honor Roll to knock on the doors of the Bach Club Salter, of Danville, all attended some kind each year W. Terry and daughter An- ing. Mrs, J ful social last Sunday evening and the and indeed some of the raps went home. tli; wedding, More almut the old folks in mv next guests were as follows: Messrs. Frank nie, were at Stanford to cc Mrs. RobBaughman, Senior Effie Robert Kev R. II. llaird, the pastor of the Hie climax vvas reached in Miss Anert Raney Monday. letter Marion Grimes, William nette Wearen s piano M. K. Church, is painting the. parsonWientjes. Paul hnsslin. Earl Russell, Carter, y Vest McGuffie solo "The Dawn Miss Fiiuna Kirlc came home Sun-da- age. Ostermann, lirimcs, l.lizabctli Matheny. lid win Gutenson, Willie ot Sprint'." which William Lllis McGuffie and Mrs. to sec her father, Mr. Will Kilk. Gov. Beckham speaks in Stanford, Charles Montag. Tonic Ostermann, ErJunior. Mary S. Cook, Sallie Mills brilliant, sparkling was marked by the Airs. R. F. Jordan, of Pineville, has and raoid execution iinie estof Middleburg. were united May )th, at I o'clock. Don't fail to nest Arnold. Hugo Schnitzler, Ben Cr.ug. Harry Fanner. Klleu Mae Holtz. al Mason's Gap. Iteen a guest of her son. W. E. Jorof this young lady. mi marriage at the home of Rev. D. M. hear him. Mr. August Datigherty was at High21 Bessie dan and family Busse. John Bratcher, William Joutch. claw. Annie D. McRobcrts. Altogether it vvas a delightful proland Sunday erna gram, well given Mr. and Mrs. (lurch Hester, of near Walkc on Wednesday evening. Mr. John Meredith, Miss Lilly Gangloff, Moore. Mary Moote Raney, and those who attendsalesman Mr. Dink Farmer was at Saufle.oii Stanford. vUiied Mr and Mr. D M McGuffie, who is traveling WAYNESBURG Annie Schinitz, Marie Ensslin. Emma Rout, Ma) me Singleton. ed felt that their tinic had bren vvr'.l V.tii,'x.l.v on business. tor the Toledo Scale Co., is from Lon' GerRev. J. It. Jones filled his regular ap- Stickler, Marie Henzen. Florence Gang-lof- t. Sophomore. Bessie Bracken. ndcrson, spent and went awav sincerely hoping was over lo sec Mrs. Willis Adams trude dailies. Jesse Hooker, Maggie to enjoy Barbara Russell and Mrs. WientServices at the Baptist church Sat- don, while the bride is the attractive pointment here Saturday and Sunday. another recital by this Club her daughter. Mrs. Cleve Ueldcu this in l.iy and Saturday night, and Sunday. and acocmplishcd daughter of Hardin Rankin. Lucy Wilmot, Lillie Wiliuot. Mr. Fred Gooch, Mrs. McKinney, All enjoyed the evening and rethe near future. Newell, of Middleburg. Mr. and Mrs. Misses Ophelia Mobley and Krie Dav- jes. Freshmen. France Brackett, John in .Miss Kmma Bell was struck in the potted a fine time. Master Fd Farmer was at Stanford ee with a bat at school and has had a Mcduffie will make their future home ison, of McKinucy, came down Satura Cash, Joe T. Kinbry, Matsy Grime, Mr. Paul Ensslin has purchased OTTENHEIM in Stanford, where they will receive the day and organized a missionary soWednesday. bad eye. camera and is learning how to take Elizabeth Greer. Nellie Wilson Hill, heartiest congratulations for a life of ciety at this place. The farmers are taking advantage of I'attie Perkins, Hartwell Shanks, Maupictures Mr. William Barnes conducted re- much happiuos. They will reside at the fine weather and preparing to plant CHAPPELL'S GAP M- Miss Elsie Singleton came home William Landgraf went to the rice "Tucker, Serena Voting. ligious services at Jerry Arnold's SatF.phcsus urday night. On the following mglir Ihe collage on Fast Main street owned from Danville Saturday, where she has Educational meeting in Louisville on (irade 8. Morris Bruce, Tilden corn. Rev. Hudon preached at by Mrs, Sallie Johnson. Rev. Father Leo filled his regular Cooper, AimieV. Craig, F'rances been visiting Mrs. Durward Singleton. Tuesday. church Sunda. A large crowd was he held services at Levi Bell's. appointment at New Austria Sunday. .Mary Gaines, N'ancy K. McKinMr and Mrs. A. B. Morgan and chilRev F. H. Shitmanii from Hebron. Matthew Rigshy is complaining. procnt. irs. james umtiam, who is at Standren, elma and Glenn, Mr. and Mrs III. has moved here to take charge of ney, Ada Mobley, Annie K. Powell, Miss Mattie Anderson has returned Mrs. Grace Gilt has a painful felon Helps Kidney and Bladder Trouble ford undergoing an operation, is imat which is giving her much trouble Everybody, Satisfied Urban Singleton, Mr. and Mrs. R. the Lutheran church in which he holds Clarence Singleton, Annette Wearen. home after a visit with relative Kvrrv where people are taking Foley Curtis and Misses Cora and liva Sintirade 7. Hester Anderson. Mary proving slowly. services every Sunday morning. John Richardson has a ewe' which I'oindcxter. Mr. William Ostermann had the mis- l.lizabctli Carter. Sara Corniuev. has given biith lo four ewe lambs in Kidney' Pills, and arc so satisfied A,they gleton attended the street fair Mr. F.rncst Arnold is vvorKing ior Mr. and Mrs. John Frailer, of T. Carrie Davis, Thelina Frances, Rachel fortune to sprain his ankle very badly last Wednesday evening. Mr. I. Koos every day. f months, This can be urge others to take them also. are visiting friends and relatives six and Kelley. Mcintosh. Ala,, saysSunday evening. "I re Mr. and Mrs. Duiward Singleton, of proven by men of undoubted veracity. Mr John Meredith and Mr. Edwin Hill. Missrs. Frank Wientje '""Mrs. Wm. Dishoti and Leslie Dishon Stockmen consider this quite iituuual. commend them to all who suffer from Danville, visited their parents, Mr. and Gutenson attended the street fair at and Jolyt Grade 6. Grace Alchley, Sam Craig, Garkidnev troubles and backache, for they Mrs. 1. C Singleton Mae Cover. Vie Gose Smith, Margaret Bratcher have been on the sick list. Mr. Richardson had a good mare to Stanford Saturday night. were the RiieM of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Joseph Ortwciu, of Missouri, has fine." Best thing can take for Misses Maud and Artie Moore re get its leg broken, b.v being kicked ar? Mr Karl Russell is still teaching night Slnuks, Sophie Saunders. Sarah Samp- purchased land James Sunday. a farm here and will make weak hack and rheumatism. For turned lo their home Monday after trlio.il nml is havini! fine success. son lva Pepples, Sadie Weaver, FranThe members of the Mt. Olive church while in the plow, by the other hortc. this his future home. sale by all druggists. last Sunday Sinspending a week with Mrs. H. II. Mr. Tonic Osteriuami is learning to ces Corminey. organised a Sunday schoo. Mrs. J. J. Thompson spent a week at Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stamphley are G'rade 5. Bertha Blankenship, Mor. gleton. be a barber and is making a success. Mr iioorgc Reed was elected supenn-tcridin- t Mt Vernon with lior aged father, Mr. rejoicing over the arrival of a fine Mr. Oliver Singleton and Miss Buna PAINT LICK and thinks he will have a fine 11. II. Baker vvio is ill. She herself Miss Annie Schmitz was the guest gan Baughman, Woods Gover. Grade 4, Henry Baughman, James bo) baby in their home. Dr. B. Ramey and wife are with his 'lartar, Mr. Roy Singleton, Miss Lula of Miss Marie Fnsslin. Monday night. Sunday school. Wc hope to see a large was taken suddenly sick and had to be Mr. Henry Trauh vvas in Stanford Coker, Misses Mary Warrincr and Frank Mr William Beck sold his farm for Baughmau, Katheriue Brady, broiight home. Dr. K. J. Brown was son. B. Ramse), for the slimmer. crowd present every Sunday. Camden, l.ueile Carter. Elizabeth Saturday. (iiace Smith visited Miss Maggie liar-Ur- n a very fancy price. Mrs, Mamie Hallow ay, of ChattaMt James Bogie was the guest of called and the services of a trained Miss Barbara Russell was the guest Greer. Jo;phiue Ciooch, Mattie Bell at King's Mountain Sunday, Mr. J Koos was the guest of Mr The good woman Is nooga. i visiting friends here. his sister. Mr. Thoma Oaks Saturday iuire secured of her cousin, Miss Allie Crutchfield Kiiicaid. Ctiv Smith. Mrs, Tom Hutchinson returned to Ensslin Sunday evening. , Prof. R. A. London, principal of our some better todav and her many friends and Sunday, chit-dione day last week. Grade 3. Ollie Stchley. Katheriue Mr. William Ttub and Mr. Joe Busm graded school, will attend the K E. A. her home in Ludlow Saturday after Mr. and Mrs. George Adams hope fdV a speed) recovery to health. Mr. William Tschatu was at Ottcn-licivisiting her sister; Miss Sallie Good). were the guests of Miss Patteugill, of Bruce Sarah Beck. Xdolpli Camenisch, at Louisville. ate very ill with the measles. been Sunday. F'rances Fish. Lee Davis Fisher, Willie The Point Leavcll base ball boys Her nephew, Orval Gooch, returned Broughtontown. Mr. George Noakcs, who has News of the Churches Mr. Earl Rusesll is on the sick list teaching a Mitchell. Adelaide Proctor, Mary GilRev. E. II. Schumann 'working on the railroad is with the cume up Saturday to play our Iwys, but with her. Services at the naptist church on bert, Powell. Raney, I.elia Cook Mr. and Mrs. R. Curtis spent Sunday Ikrman school. prevented. homcfolks this week. Mav Jrd. 1UW. Sunday school at VJO the rain Keep Bowel Movement Regular Mr. Luther Harris is working for Gladys Southard. Willie Murphy. Rev. Livinton will fill hi regular Rice Woods and Dave limey have al I. C. Singleton's. Preaching at 11 A. M., subject .M Dr. King's New Life Pills keep stomstore-rooKmma Grade ? Lucile Walker, Mt. Olive church Mr. W. D. Johnson, of King's Moun- Mr. Charles Ensslin, appointment at the opened a feed store in the vacant "The Baptism of the Holy Spirit". Pcpple. Taylor, Frances Emma ach, liver and kidneys in healthy conMr. Smith Harris is building a Sunday, May Jrd. A large crowd is Young People's Union at 6. IS H. M., much to the convenience of the tain, was here Sunday. Brackett, Jennie Harnett, Sadie K. Kiii- dition. Rid the body of poisons and Messrs. T. J. Hill, W. S. Butch, and in Dixie Hollow. expected. farmers. The pastor desires me Hill preaching at Mr. William Oittrmann hurt his caid. Olga Camenisch. Dorothy Trib-hi- waste. Improve your complexion by . Mr Farl Noakes lorn King, one of the county school J. G. Wcatherford attended court here thai Ihe membership will be present. All board, will attend the K F. A. Mary 1. Stone, Henry Riihler. Jas, flushing the liver and kidneys. "I got Monday. ankle Sunday where he will take a position. His invited to attend llie.e services. Long is staving at Rev. Turpin Joe Messer. Joint Foster. Jesse more relief from one box of Dr. King's irginia, Mr. 11 II. Singleton is laying a founMiss will join hint soon. The Letcher brothers, of At the Presiivtvrian church services made a flying visit to Robt. Led ford. New Life Pills than any medicine I Dunn, lame Paxton. Mr lolin Zini purdation for a new store building at this F 11 Schumann' 'Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bogie, were the Mien Anderson, Grade I Aimelle ever tried." sa)s C F. Hatfield, of chased a small farm of Herman Wttch-ble- s guests of Mr and Mrs. Walter Scott on Sunday. May 3. as follows: SunBrother C. S. I'llis' son. Hubert, and place. Morning wife, of Latouia, are with their par.J0 A. M. moved Carson, Harold Dunn, Alton Gover. Chicago, HI. 25c at your druggist. day school at Mr. D. Merrill Utughi a lot from sonic lime ago, and has Saturday. 11 o'clock. Subject "Visions Mr. L. (i. Gooch and will build a dwell- from Ihe city to take possession of it. Frances Greer. Kffie W. McClary. ents here. Mr RoUrt Anderson U at home from worship at and Tisks," Mission Band at 2 o'clock, Upon the recommendation pf Hon. Mr. John Meredith lost a fine horse. Welch Pepples. Foster Rcid Phillips. A number of young people went over ing on it soon. lVmdexler. . Presbyterian Brotherhood at .1 o'clock. Friday night to hear Dr. J. W. Porter' Harvey Helm, Mrs. II, C Howe has Mr. Lovell. of Hall's Gap, was here Miss lunula Ensslin is attending the Hatter Smith. Thelina Walls. Primary Charlie Blankenship. Zclla been appointed, postmistress at Valley Wives and Monday in the interest of the King's German school. 'The farmers did a lot of plowing Young People's meeting at 6.45. Sub- lecture on "Sweethearts. l7 Louis View. She will make a splendid cusCamenisch. Miss Barbara Kustcll has a severe Burnett. Beatrice during the first part of the week, but ject. "The Faith Verse". livening wor- Mothers." willed was very much en- - Mountain Telephone Co. Mcrshon. Margaret Travlor, Adeliu todian of Uncle Sam's mail at thai Mr. Craig Gooch had the misfortune cold. tht-- rain Wednesday, put a top to all ship at 7,30, All members and attendJ0)cd by all who heard it. place. ants of the church are requested to Mrs. J. Wientjes was on the sick list Walker, Dollie Walls, such work for a few days more. Grover Cox, who bought out C. B. to get one of his fingers mashed off Sunday as but is better now. Led ford at Manse, is building a niet. 6 last week, serDay" bv attending the teaching Indigestion? Can't Eat? No Appetite? Read This room collage near the store for his Retkvei W44k pistren 0. The Texas A treatment of Klectric Bitters inWonder Kidney cuie Feel Dull and Sluggish? Start Most Children's Diseases own use. and Weakness vice at indigestion cures diabetes, and all irregularities Liver to Working creases your appetite; stops Start With a Cold IrtetttiUr, painful bladder weakness A Stubborn Cough is Wearing and Risk Cayou can eat everything. A real spring of the kidney and bladder in both It beats all how quickly Foley Restlessness feverishness, an influm. Feellng'-Swolle-a Hands and itsMmcr wtwt (tie kidney are strong Letting a stubborn cough "hang on" Dull Feet Due to Kidney Trouble ed throat and spasmodic cough may be thartic Tablets liven your liver, over- tonic for liver, kidney and stoiuah trou- men and women. If not sold by your aHsl.bisUhfully aetivtl'ake r"dcy Kid. starting in Give come constipation make you feel live. bles, Cleanses yonr whole system and druggist, will be sent by mail on rewhooping cough is Honey Your kidney need in Kilt for that. Miming, s.caling sen. & the spring is risky Foley'sinflatne.il hands and feetf thicken,help when your Foley's Honey and Tar promptly. It - mid active again. I. L. Knight, Fl. you feel fine. Electric Bitter did ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two swell up. and Tar Compound heals ravv ssaswiffsttfular. painful action-heavand seldom fails Texas, says "My disagreeable more for Mr T. 1) Peeble's stomach months' treatment IwiHng and bta4dcr distress. You surfaces In the throat and hronhclal vou feel dull and sluggish. Take Foley helps the children so verv much and Wirth. sore Send for Kentucky uiptoms vver entirely removed by the troubles than any medicine he ever to perfect a cure. 'Mflilf'lilM kjr a1 rmilrative effCl- - tubes makes sore, weak sots sound Kilncy Pills, They are tonic stiinulat-in- n Mrs, Shiups, Raymoudsville Mo. sivt-Dr I). W. Hall. 2926 1 thorough cleansing Foley Cathartic tried. Get a Imtlle today 5"c and $1. testimonial. got fine results front it and ' aiid strengthening and restore your good re-- I and whole stops sttiMxirn, tearing tka rftfiW Bucklen't Arnica Olive street, St, Louis, Sold by drug' 'I'd. lets imve me " They're a wonder at your druggist, For talc kidneys to healthy normal action. Try a great medicine for whooping gists. "inHrni m Uarwbil drugs. Try coukIi. Refuse substitutes, (Adv) Salve for Eczema. For sate by all druggist' Fir sale by all druggists. them. lor sale by all druggists. by all druggists. tbm For uU ay aS ilrufgists. -- -- Ifustonvillc. Kv.. May 1. U... I IJ...,,!r,.( t.lll niiivoi , ihiik A large audience atlrnded the ordi -- reparation for any evertHaltfr. lllat may tonw nairan m the Baptist church ast .Sun. necessary, andthe" ..liiicl hut definite frr afternoon at which time. J. W. a Deacon of iHtoou of the mediation progyss be - M.'Uns was ordained a, church Dr. the Iltistnnville flaiitlst MtitC tvorked 6H behind closed doors ICaTly. of Stanford examined the can"these tffw Hi iivn Miliunnmg tea- ''tttrci f the Mexican situation. '" didate and delivered the cliarxc to the - V ; thless HMJIitary 'T f 'f.l.!.r...uyimiKitfii. Are Try tag to Settle Mat HO WMhoiK Further Bloodshed steady Impressive Ceremonies at Hustonvllle Baptist Church West End News Lincoln County Young Man Weds Popular and Attractive Fayette Ghl Mrs. J. T Martin Passes Away at Her Home Near Turneraville. , ' he .rant,il?r-lfh.s,rf?lJ"- vl ' ''Xj!, ?r -- w f'v -- .-- vre ! "l fr I'V;'!'-"1''- "fi d 1 111 1 1 1 i.'lh f -- ..v w... 1 rl.-i- 11010 r iifi 14-l- Pii'.m'mi -y bride-k'roo.- n, 1 S,, '"or. 1 12 1 1 L 1 h' .512800 10 1110 1 r1S 1 Re-gi- 2 '', "f'1 .i'ri Con-pete- l) by-a- - lf 1 0a , one-ha- lf his-(Z- ,it s Ent-hr- y. -st $75.-(X- I them-selv- bride-Iroom- like-wis- Km-bi- l'otti-dcxt- liv-i- " one-hal- hic-ach- e, - 1 er. .,,,,. e O, .... -- nUi-oulc- rtt' f k. I ,' B --- - B THB INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KKNTOCKY FRIDAY. MAY I, 1914 - sfcau. m. rii w - Save Your House and Money f your house with paint that h clastic, clinching, lustV.;ctlicr-iroo- ing. Paint made from Anchor White Lead (tmtcti Boy Pointer Trnde Mark) and pure lihsccil oil will protect your house aiid saye repair bills because it has those qualiti.--s. It will beautify your home, for it can be tinted to suit your taste and your house's surroundings. Our Owner' Painting Guide will hflp youhi odor elections, besidt siving many paint truth. Ott yout copy now. Mr. CIm. UramlcnlitirK. salesman lor lite 1. K. Sa.llcr & Co., Stock Yar.lj, at Cincinnati. irni tlic past wick with Iii father. Air. Jack UranilciiluirR. Mm Nancy Lniitf ami mother, of l.nncatcr, have rclurncil home alter a plca,uit May with Mrs. Knfus Ulakc man. f Mr. t.irv Ann l.rnr. I't.M l.itnit of whose ilcatli wc had a short notice occnrreil Weiincsday aner-iioolat weik. o'clock at the Coy at .? wan) aril. lr I i.ir ttllii Vl!i ntlp lt till nlllfftt rtiilciil of tlic Kirksille nciitlihor- liiHKi, w.n iKim .Marco n, iivm. ami wn married to Cl.i) tannic I. car March 8, 1KW Of her family there are 1.W din rect ili'ccnilant: 2 children. 58 and (f) o Ithc IJv ilnnyitfatiK 117 arc riving and ahoiit (M were preterit at the linrj.il Sirs. I.car wat a incmhcr of the Christian chnrch and a kooiI and rttiinahtc woman, who hat none to her reward. n ijraiul-childrc- KtRXSVILLE Nettleton and Walk-Over V . Penny's Drug Store STANFORD, KY. T ft I 8UKLTON 1 ?. The Interior Journal M. TEAU HAUt'LGY Coughed for Three Years "I am a loxer of joir Kodtcnd to Immanitv and science. Your medicine. Dr Kinn't N'ew Discovery, cured my courIi of throe jcart Mainline" tays Jennie I'letning, of New Dover, Ohio. Have von an annojiiiK cotiRh? It it sluliliorn and won't yield to treatment? Oct a 50c tattle of Dr Kitm't New Discovery today. What it did for Jennie I'lcminK II will uu iui jm, no uia.t.. how stuMiorn or chronic a couch mav he. It Mops throat and limit trotihlc. Nc lief or money hack. 50c and $1 at jour ilrtigxitt. So familiar arc these names that when you see and hear them you at once think of Men's FINE SHOES. kK. There are some things we have which we candidly believe are beller than other people's -- and one of them is NETTLETON and the Shoes. A man's dress other WALK-OVElOVER shoe, made to fit the foot and yet be comfort-nhlnnrl stvlteli. in lnro nnd hutton. with hind shaped toes and different heels made of Patent, Tan and Black Calf and open eyelets-ma- ny and one price only for NETleathers at $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 for WALK-OVERand that $6.00, in regular tops and low shoes. TLETON R At. awalkVX p J S, Froprlttor IN AHVASCE A SftttClLY Eolrrtd at tkt poittiffiei at Stanftrd ttrond claw mstt trtaff.r. t I hi? 5 (H 1 I ill II May 3d Is Sunday School Day The Kentucky Sundqy School Association, which includes all of the Sunday schools of the State over 1,000 in number, with an enrollment of nearly half a million people has selected Sunday, May 3, as "Go to Sunday School Day," with an effort to secure one million people in Sunday school on that day. In connecting-- with the plan. Gov, McCrcary has issued a proclamation c.illinK upon all people in Kentucky to attend the Sunday school in the church ot their choice on that day. President Wilson also has commended the effort in the following telegram : The White House, Washington, April 29. 1914 To Rev. George A. Joplin, General Sunday School Secretary, Kentucky Association, Louisville, Ky. In response to your telegram in regard to the in Kentucky, I am glad to send you the following sentiment from the President: N stud h more important to the child than the study of the Bible and of the truths which it teaches, and there is not a more effective agency for such study than the Sunday school. It certainly is one of the greatest factors in our lives in the building of character and the development of moral fibre, for its influence begins almost as soon as the child is able to talk, and continues throughout life. The Sun- - NERVOUS? All run down? Aycr's Sarsaparilla it a strong nerve tonic. No alcohol. Lrmrll. M- Ask Your Doctor. Sold for SO years. Ajr Co.. J, O. - P HON. A. 0. STANLEY , 1 DUNCAN Mr Jesse Falconberry had a log roldav school lesson of today is the code ling 'I'uetddy. There were 21 present Too much and some work done. of morals for tomorrow Mr. Arthur Sims is suffering very attention can not be paid tlic He is kept from badly with toothache the Sunday school is doing. work. J. I'. TUMULTY, President. Secretary to the Miss Edith Bennett visited her friend .Visf Delia Falconberry last Sundaj. Mr. Mil ford Hogtie attended inciting Odd Fellows In Pulaski at Walltown Sunday. The Kditor of the Interior Journal. Miss Frankic bmitli is on the sick Stanford, Ky., list, also Miss Elizabeth Collins is very Dear Sir: Ily request of Bro., A. G. Coker.a ill. irgil Messrs. Cicero Sims and number of our lodge I. O. O. F No. ol New Salem, were at this place laJ at Cumberland Kills, Ky., on tlic night of April 25th we held our regular buudaj afternoon. Mr. Ed Trusty was in this communi scasioh and reinstated two members and conferred the initiatory degree on ty hiit week. Wc suppose he is still was in buying sheep. eight new applicants. When News has been received here of tin. Stanford on Pcb. 10th 1914, the grand Smith, ot master requested us to lake in nine new ilines of Master Doland members before June the 30th. 1914, and Pincvillc. There is a great revival at Saint at present wc have thirteen already. Wc gave a bigj dinner to our members church near here. Those who attend and their families on the 26th day of ed Sunday from this place were. Misses lulu and Ellen Noland, Frankie and th anniverpril, 1914. that being the Delia Falconberry I will give von Anna Sinilh and sary of the I. O O. Messrt. Tom and Eugene Meade. Yir otne sketches of the program: Thompson. Homer The lodge was called together by the uil and Lvcrett Clarence. Luther and Walter Sims, and N. G. ami the purpose of the day reMil ford Hogue. lated by him. Mr. Walter Estcs, of Wavncsbiirg, Report of committee on arrangewas in Duncan Tuesday. ments. Mr. H. H. Singleton, our mail car March by members from hall to and a line un in front of depot on rier on Route 4, comes through this arrival of train No. 6, and return to place every day with a big smile on hi face. He is glad it is getting warm hall. Welcome ftdrc hyllcv. A. G. Cok-e- r, weather. Mr. Pat Smith, of Ludlow, and Mr of King's Mountain. Craig Horton, of Kingston, spent las The dinner in hall Services at two o'clock P. M. at hall Saturday with relatives of this place. Mr. ami Mrs. John Gooch and chil by Rev. A. G Coker, ataut 125 persons nrescnt. The dav was well spent dren visited relatives at King's Moun and enjoved by everyone. Committee on tain. Mr George Sims, of New Salem arrangements. was in this section Sunday. P. P. WALKER. Miss Grace Smith and father, whe J. M. RAMSEY. live near Wavnesburg. were in Duncan J. T. JONES. last Saturday. R S. IJARNFTT, Scc'y Mrs. James Walls is rejoicing ovci the arrival of a baby girl. Mr Hassell Recce, of Wavnesburg Mrs. Martha McGinnis Montgomery was Ihe guest of Mr. Hubert Falcon ilierl at the residence of Mr. Jas. Phil Boyle berry Sunday. lips rear McDonald church in county,' last Tuesday. Her death reMount in Washington sulted from the infirmities of age, to tin A dispatch from Washington which was added a serious throat trou ble. week said Washington, April 29 John it. K. .Mount, ot Lancaster, arrived Washington today. He is anxious tr ne appointed postmaster of that town, ami has asked the support ol Keprc scntative Harvey Helm. work-whichs-tc- s, 1 !3 H. J. Mc ROBERTS Sickness Aa Sin? tm A time-lrln- USE ALLEN'S F00T-EAS- E ftln of ommttMnn or Ma ol OmlMliinr Or HoihT We trnKrr Ntur' Ui, thr Lit' Irtkrt, tncu we omit or Deflect until we scho or tlcLen. bile. Keep It Looten tl dmnir.l-u- n l loose with Iheolit Mr Apple Hoot, ifodopliylUn.) Pmlophv llln with the gripe taken out li called The antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes. If you want rest and comfort for tired, aching, swollen, It sweating feel, uc Aliens Foot-Lat- e rehevet mrut and bunions of all p.un rid prevent blittcrt, sore and callous tiKits. JiM the tunc for Dancing I artie. Patent Leather Shoe, and for Breaking in new thoe. It is the comfort discovery of the age Trv Sold every where, 25c Don't it todav accept anv substitute. For KBIT" trial packaue. address Alien S Oiinlcd, Le Ivoy N Y. YOU t4j2? 1 j IW 'zxr u T.J'" A l ) " "' -- , "IBM IH liS "" "I r v ijrooa uru?. store , SpEw i i I 13 HERE IS WHAT Lexington Carpenlcrs on Strike1 About 150 carpenters connected with ihe union, vvtnt out on striko at Lexington, Monday, following the refusal of contractors to grant the dcinainU o the union for a nine hour day at thirty five cents an hour, instead of the ten hour da at a sliding scale of seventeen and a half cents an hour up. tj'nj up considerable building work in thai city. The contractors expressed a wil in'miess to rincw ihe old agreement. Both Miles expnss their determination o stand pat. The People's What WANT Market Place Advci-tis- e You Have to Sell TT TAKKS more tluui' a stock n( ilras and ihkI iiitentlons tn make a mul dnii; .vlorn. ll riiiuirts pa inlimatc kimwli'tl,'-- ' 'f Mcijjliin. mcisiirin and mixing, which itunw only alter Vour raxflul .stntly and ctjvrrit'mu Imj propfrly filled at our store. Wo will luc every modern facility ami we know bow. I, & Insure vour orooertv wih Bromlev Bromlrv. Stanford. Kv. Penny's 'Drug Store FOR S LF Refrigerator good as new. Mrs. A. R. Mit!ic:.y. bunfuril, -i hone 4 rings, 8-- fa f1 LJ for THE REXALL STORE de-n- ot FOR swiet potato plants, call at !) Now te.idy to lion Campbell's store. ib lp set out Jos. Ballon. FDR SALF- - Wc have all kinds ol vegetables and plants. Come to tic up .it our new stand, corner ot Logan anil Lancaster streets at W S. hish'- - J 35 .1 B racket t & Co. at a bargain, FOR SLF.-ictio- Ia condition, s jak finish and in making splendid music owner wishes o purchase a larger one Apply this first-clas- JSmmfiA', y M jL- - Candies The Order of Owls CR0SSETT SHOE Kp" r75w X SSW-SBS- ' Sakai-- BLaV '' HilH "BaBV- - iff-c- 30-t- f - vABBBkbviebaV V$aaaaaaaa?B WRITh me. telephone me, come anil me alxnit your house, carriages, and automobile painting I'apcr hanging ice a "MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" (ho vn up nervous force, (ten when rs at rest. In repose, as In action, every muscle of your foot ! at per feet ease in the CROSSETT Shoe. BaaVr JaaW tkisffflPH aaaLaaaLaaaVka IjfiaaVLaaaaa I aaaaaaaaaaatBl specialty Shop on West Main street JJ Iclcphone in residence. No. Beldcn, Stanford. K. 6-2V-t- yourft A. D. liradshaw, of McCrearj. Garrard cuunty has told lo Berea College sorrel horses a pair of ld L ? Candidate for the Democratic Nomination for U. S. Senator for ?500. DON'T OVERLOOK A Careful THIS Persual Will Prove Its Value To Every Stanford Reader Will Address the Voters at Waynesburg Monday Evening, May at 7:30 O'clock ALL ARE INVITED TO HEAR HIM. 4 . -- ; i The ideal car for a progressive business man; it brings the farm close to town. The car that is worth all you pay for it as a business proposition, with the luxury and pleasure thrown in. The car that gives its owner no regrets for the amount of money he paid for it. The car that is sold in larger numbers than anv car in the world. There is a reason for it. Be wise and profit by others' experience. When you want a car, buy a Ford. McCARTY & ANDERSON, AgenU for Lincoln and Casey Counliea. The average man is a doubter, ami Avonder that this is o. Misrepresentations make people skep. the public ak ,for families. tics. Noiv-a-dBovle. Dmville. 3d Monday better evidence than the testimony of Brr.itliitt. lacksou, 4th Monday. it rangers. Here is proof which should Clark, Winchester, 4th Monday convince tvery Stanford reader. Fayette, Lexington, 2d Monday John Wren, E. Main St., Stanford, Fleming, Flemingsburg, 4th Monday Ky., says "Off and on for several Franklin, Frankfort, 1st Monday .. cars had severe attacks of lame Why You Should Join the liarrard. Lancaster, 4th Monday. I did work that required iack Often Grant, Williamstown, 2d Monday. the back-ich- e stooping and at such times Marrisjii. Cyntlnaua, 4th Monday much worse. There was became Henry, Newcastle, 1st Monday ilso a tiw frequent desire to pass the Jessamine. Nicholasville. 3d Mondiy kidney kccrclions Initli day and night. Lei, Bcattyville, 4th Monday Doan's Kidney; Pills relieved me and Lincoln, Stanford, 2nd Monday. have never failed to benefit me since Madison. Richmond, 1st Monday. . lien I have taken them.' Mason, Maysville, 1st Monda) Mr John Wren is one of the many Mercer, llarnxlsburg, 1st Monday Stanford people who have gratefully Montgomery, Mt. Sterling, 3d Moil .ndorscd Doan's Kidney Pills. If your dav. ack aches if your kidneys bother you Nicholas, Lagrange. 4th Monday lon't simply ask for a kidney remedy Owen, Owcnitin, fill Monday. distinctively for Doan's Kidney ask Pendleton, Falmouth. 1st Monday Prospective Benefits Pills, the same that Mr. Wren had Powell, Stanton, 1st Monday. lie remedy backed by home testimony Monday, Pulaski, Somerset, Local Nest, Order ot Owls, Scott, Georgetown, 3d Monday. sOc all stores. Co., 1st 3d pay sick and accident bene-- . Shelby, Sheibyvillc, 2d Monday. ropt.. Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your Back is Lame Remember the Name." Wayne, Monticcllo, 4th Monda) fits of $6 per week. 2nd-L- ocal Nest, Order of Owls, Woodford, Versailles, 4th Moiuia) ALBIA pay $100 Death Benefits. Mr. Harry Anderson departed this Child Cross? Feverish? Sick? fe Monday, April 20. His illness was 3rd-L- oral Nest, Order of Owls, A cross, peevish, listless child, with Uep, eat if a long duration. furnishes free physician for coated tongue, pale, doesn't again rav Andy Gooch is woiking for Mr. A. sometimes very little, then you and your family. C. Muusie at King's Mountain. eiioitsly; stomach sour, breath fetid; Mr. A. C. Munsie is very ill. 4th Order of Owls furnishes a pains in stomach, with diarrhoea Mr, Logan Estes is convalescing. Marti home for orphan children grinds teeth while asleep, and Worm Mrs. Mary Parson and daughter, of with terror all suggest a ii in case of necessity. visiting Mr Logan Essomething that expels, work. Oklahoma, are Kiliei tcs. 5th Order of Owls pensions its ami almost every child has them, Kick apoo Worm Killer is needid. Get a x Mr. Will Itostm anil family, of Waywidows $10 per month. nesburg, are visiting Mr. Elmer Woods today. Start at once You won't have 6th Order of Owls will help you to coax, as Kickaxi Worm Killer is flic Sunday school recently organget a position when you are a candy confection, Kxpels the Worms ised nt Oak Grove church is progresthe cause of your child's trouble. 25 sing nicely. out of employment. Rev. Lancaster, ami family of Terre at your druggists . 7th Order of Owls will help you Haute. Intl., arc moving to this counThey AiiKiidments to the Sherman in your business. try. They came lo this place in a wag on. atgued bv the National Confertrade with each other. A-- Co.. recently organized, an. I'.stes and Farm Prod8th Order of Owls furnishes you ence on Mai kiting Sronoinic Society doing a fine business in this viciultv. ucts and Western is planning social advantages. Mr Dave Chamberlain meeting- jointly m Chicago. hir a large crop this year. dues are 50c a month; .here is little have come to Stanford to organize the Order of Owls, by authority vested in me by the Supreme Lodge at South Bend, InCounty Coutt Days diana. The Order of Owls is on riclov. is a list ot the dajs County a solid basis and is one of the Umns are held each mouth m counties leading fraternal organizntionsand in this part of the state 3d Monday Lawrenceburg, one of the most reliable in paying Anderson, Bath, Uiviugsvillc. 2d Monday. benefits to both members and Bourbon, Paris, 1st Monday TO CLAIMANTS dmr of J. M Carter. Sr II D Carter, Lincoln Circuit Court v iinie Carter and others, Difls. Pursuant to an order made in the Ikivc styled caue all persons havine lainis against the estate of J M . r Sr, arc hereby notifitd to fiie tin D Pennington. Commit tame with loiur, on or before May Zlrd. l''l-.inperly proven as required by law This pril 28th. V)A. M C Ni:WLND, C L C C NOTICE ar-,eJ SOU) V HVRRY 70 HW $4 and 5$ ROBINSON'S STANFORD, KENTUCKY REASONS ! Order of Owls 1 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 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. Jkmmm ' Foster-Milhu- m Rights reserved to reject any and all bids. 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 ordinances connected with work. All measurements must be verified at building. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK aXWr "PILE OF STYLE" CLOTHING FOR MEN The Kind That Look Well and Wear Well. COME IN AND TRY THEM ON. SUITS FROM $10 TO $20 Law-wer- W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. 9thThe 10th A MISTAKEN IDEA There are wxne people who still resort o drugged pills or alcoholic syrups to 'vereoine colds, nervousness or general bilitv, ur.il who know that the pure, iiadulteruted nourishment in Hcott's muUioii is eminently better, but refrain rom tiling it because they fear It may cud to excessive fat or obesity. This isuiulttakcii idea, because Scott's ;!uiulslon fix ' reiigthciiilhebodybcfore .s proper-te- a making tlcsl aid tiatui- - to throw oil sickness by luilding health from its very source, and itsli is formed only by its continued use. .void alcoholic substitutes for SCOTT'S. blood-formin- g no extra assessments. After the closing of the charter the initiation fee will be $25. 11th You do not have to take initiation if you Join now, and the total cost Is only $5. Get in SKU ll.mltk.s J. L. Beazley & Co., ftffivSsWNimwC TJf J. C. M'Clary Caused Br Cams tt m 0rmi In undtr th broken kin or and It U turd SiUct. r(4 of them, or ptmiiUt fcv as a Charter Member J vwtjwi Antiseptic Salve soon dstroyi lbs etrtni and kctpt Intra ciaan ana Maimy until n.tur totals, um ll lips. ln lh diu. auvwiksra. tar If U CLKAN, rums ANU IIKALlNO. Tall It Br TIm B.H" ML BELL'S i For full information see Dr. J. T. HAMMONDS. CRAIG THOMAS, fc, Orgsniier.l UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealers in Matting, Rugs. Furni- UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI Furniture ture Exchanges" fer all Kl4t Qtttet PhM 117. Heme Mm N. Of Stock. STANFORD. KY. PHONE 42 ITANF0RD, KENTUCKY. KH ,' I ,V- i -- a3w- ' ' mr f r r- - ' fc' '"7"'. TMK IWTKKIOK JOBKWAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MAY 1, JOM WAY FOR FATTENING HOGS BIDS FAIR TO MAKE KENTUCKY THE BIGGEST HOG RAISING STATE in Strong Editorial The Bourbon Stock Journal Points Out Itfamt roMibUitiet Flat for Farmers To Fatten Hogs Much Quicktr and Cheaper On Dried Distillers' Grains By-Produ- . Wfe aflat m aaa mmM naaa aaa a Already On Foot To Utilize Every Pound of Distillers' For Developing the Hog Producing Industry of Kentucky ct Sttii Take tj Hand The-- Bourboa Stock Yards Journal of LoulSYllle. Kjr., cesses out In a strong W. A. Burnett on tba editorial afforded Kentucky farmers I j ferHntklns; Kentucky the blfgett stats In tbe union, utilising 8uian, a fine specimen of dried dlitlltera' grains, whlch.lt Is said, highly bred registered Tam worth can bo fed mora economically at a No. 6992, after a fill on distillers' by. great profit than corn. product on Qlendssr Farm 8lre , "During tbe paat aereral month," wys the editor," a number of expert-tssst- a "Kentucklan" No. 4704, Dam Blue Bstle No. 4S65. SiVe ben conducted alonK tho (!"" ' "'" SHbb1b1bVb1bbVHb1b1b1b1Hb1b1HH!CTt'' In summer rather than In of winter. To feed them com In summer, at best, Is very expensltp nnd .T?l Wsl reduce considerably the possibilities i'ie: -One-Cyt3 ' 1 frt-Jlii- for the reason that It much of what la known aa heat producing element In food td Din slvo tho animal sufflclriil brat tillcrt' dried grains give the farmer every advantage In summer feeding. There la plenty of green stuffs, clo. ver, alfalfa, etc., that can be utilized aa a balance. The distillers' grains containing a high percentage of tbo neepHnary protein and fat adds fat to the pig rapidly. Actual experiments show that 100 to 125 pounds csn be added In about threo months with an approximate of IS to 110 profit per hog It Is also pounds to tbe shown that altmit 11-Iiors can bo put on In summer to one In winter, which proves tbe advantage la used, to We Have the Largest and Best Assortment of Buggies, Depot Wagons, Runabouts, etc., Ever Shown in Danville. Every Vehicle is Built by Competent Workmen and in the Most Serviceable Manner. We ask you to call and see them. We will save you money. oeeBBtjismteeeeeeoee,oeoewos jM Q 3 1 i 0HCSMt3SfOOMLOcaB00 II Hi ili Pi ill cBo ill WE ARE PROPERLY EQUIPPED We Have all Accessories and Supplies for Automobiles. Our work is done under a i!i ill ill ill i!i cio 111 I I P nt? "" veeLMSz'JfteBBeBisBBBeiiaw .?;? Ji'jCPHBMSBi3r'MaK!W 7 esnawilfarflrEaeTdSaSlSi'. j ' ' BeBMeeBseeSvu A few of enormous feed wastn In Kentucky distilleries may be utilized at a great profit by the farmers and the state made tho greatest hog raising state In tbe union Mora than the equivalent of 30,000 tons of dried distillers' grains must be utilized aa feed, destroyed, shipped or exported, as the stato law prohibits Its being turned out as the form of slop Into streams, killing flsb nnd polluting the water. Farmers adjacent tu all the distilleries In the state are awakening to tint Another view of the big hog feeding ranch on Clendear Farm. value of distillers' for and tbo ravages of bog cholera but I sesses about threo times the fecdlug feeding hogs as well as cattle, nnd fattening value of raw corn. are clamoring for them on every with the dread of bog cholera ellm-lanIn the feeding of raw corn great hand. Heretofore the feeding of slop Inated by reason of tbe serum treat-snent, which Is an established fact, audi losses result from the Imperfect mas-th- e has been limited to cattle, but since possibilities of obtaining equally a Mention of a considerable amount of experiments show that when dried It good results with tbe use of dried dls . tho corn passing through tho nnlmal Is even more valuable for fattening hogs It Is likely that every pound will distillers' grains, which may bo fed nt without even having been broken, soon be utilized by tho farmers Inseason of tbe year, wonderful pos gested or assimilated, ' Fattening In winter Is nlwaB ex- - stead of being sent broad or wnstcd, albilltles are offered. "Kach year there Is manufactured In .pensive, no matter what kind of feed; as now. Kentucky about 30,000 tons or uriea SJBJMMVJBJBJHapBZJBjMHSBJBJSSJHaHJBgMjr distillers' grains, practically all of ' "r-- J BBslBBBBBSleBBBBBBBflBMSBVfeMF- - " Europe, the largwhich is exported to est part going to Denmark, where It Is used almost exclusively for dairy and pig feed, with exceptionally good one of tbo results. Denmark la leading countries In the production of dairy products and bacon of the very best quality; In fact, of such fine quality that Danish products command a BBBBBBBBVewV'TBBSxeBBBFJSHer rjMBfliBBBBjHB'esBjeP substantial premium on the principal European markets. Now, If these dried distillers' grains can be exported to Denmark and there fed profit ably, wo Kentucklans have been over looking 'a great big bet' for a long sSBpSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBavBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBp time. "In the near future we expect to ghe Feeding distillers' slop at Glendear stock Farm, a section of the big tome facts and figures concerning re- I aent experiments In the use ol dried 2.000 lot. d 1 y far-awa- the 2.090 hogs on Qlsndear Farm eating dry feed on a wet day. of feeding hogs dried distillers' distillers' grains as a pig feed, which grains. should be of material Interest to our "While these axperlmeuts have readers" Analytical tests by stock reed ex. not been concluded, they haw reached grains hate a suBclent stage of development to nerl" ,now ,nat tnc three tinea the fattening the assertion that In tbe very value of corn as It original y comes In near future and from ,ne rtr. Kentucky will be on a belter and more j jt u anM ,0 bt, more CM),y ,iiKCiited basis than ever, thsn the grain In the natural state "Statistics show that there sre not ' as many hoga In Kentucky as there should be; that during the last few jears the production of porkers has been below par as compared with for mcr years. In fact, as hog raisers, - r"7-rWMSlB11 i Kentucklans have rctrogrsded rather than progressed, and our neighbors north of the Ohio rlter have pro-- ! grossed," No time In tbe history of the roun try has raising and feeding hogs been rrcrt: prsststlir Oar. In ; imi five jews. Yet from the fsct that tbe at tendon, of many of our best farmers has been turned to crops other than corn, pork profits have drcreasrd ma terlally. Too much stress has been laid on tbe old saying, "You can't raise hogs wltbbut corn " With the large number of distilleries In this state, and tbe wonderful possi throuuh A section of the big feeding pen of the Stats Agricultural Experiment Sta bilities offered tlon, Olendear Farm, for testing out the value of distillers' feeding of dried distiller's grains, com. for fattening purposes. monly known as dried slop. It looks, to the casual observer, like a new era has nnd enables the farmer to fatten his itate and are watched with grest In dawned for Kentucky hog men (bogs In the summer at a great big terest by tbe state officials, former "For many years It has been prnc- - Having. In the making of whiskey and distillers, tlcally demonstrated that hogs could only the starch or carboh)drutes are The distillers say they would much be well fattened and profitably fed on taken from the grain. The protein rath(.r lct ,ne f, , antJ , fc the ordinary distillery slop, but the nnd fat are left Intact. This residue er, h.. ,h hwn,ftl . ,h . . " , facts that worked against It to an, averages about 40 per cent protein iT'? ,han in MI corn In tl.r natural "crl" Breat -- stent were that the dlstUlrriu and fat. 0P feed . Th. ! 11 ., .t..rli lh. wlnl-- r mnnlli. Ih. ...p. .,!,.- .Sat -a8t now ::. ' .: to JT". hogs grain, X" :.:"" pos of tbe )ear z ;r,.;:: distillers' ..".:7 v" worst therefore, As a result a movement has been started by several responsible parties fr Interested In tbe development of hog i Jin. ..aAm vS lUMSBBBBBHkki raising Industry of tho state, to get the farmers, stock raisers and distillers together on a basis by which the tXj. uA-jJWalWe- P"ctlr fei-dln- for quick profits. The Illustrations accompanying this article wore taken at Olendear Stock Farm, property of Hon. V. 0. Hearing. Valley Station, Ky., about 12 miles went of Louisville, on the U II. & Ht 1. Ity., where about 2,000 hogs an now being fed on distillers' ucts with great success Dm. (Irnham and Mci;i)ea, of tbe Kentucky Statu Agricultural Kxperlment Station, have visited this farm and were so lm- t&'lth t,null.ll(f tn iifAtmH ? ttA byproducts for hog of toning, that the State Agricultural Station haa had fenced olT a small tract on Olendear Farm, where them Is being fed a large number of hops under state supervision for tho pose of arriving at a definite conclu- slon as the relative-valu- e of corn nnd fi fattening dlMlllcrs' purposes. Experiments are nlso Ing conducted In other parts of the r. ill to do the i'i '!' III II ill co Highest Class Automobile Painting Positive Guarantee And Our Establishment Enjoys the Reputation of Making Good in Every Deal We Have.- Years of Experience Back Our Judgment. i!i co two CIO ill oio iMn? a '! ijl ill ill 1.1 II II i!i i!i oio gl i'i ih ill and Repairing CoaVaOtVSOaSVOflMOnaVaWOOaVBOaTaTIOtaiOtlSttiOOSafaMiOaTariOBVaOslI ii S" .". n a am j n OaBWOIQ OMOWflnlft'' ABAnSBin abbsahbi AvVdh kafiaaBBaaaaHaA m AiAa naBOSMAlA nlBBI ASmnSt AasaB ASHB nsssnst Abb Aaa sbh abb abw o mMommcmmcmwmcmMOwmcmvmowimocmomuomcmmoommmmi.mmocmmcmmcmmomMcwacmMctommcmMcmowBCwmommcmcmMomowmcwmt.mmcmmcmomowmcmmo T Central Kentucky Carriage Co. DANVILLE. Militia Go Into Regular Army INCORPORATED- - ifaVrnHBHHHHHI KENTUCKY -- FEEDS s -"; .h, ::: Z!lttXht " iL lisutcli from Washington Sunda said. Practically upun the ce of an call for o1untccrs to liclp cirr) the btars and Stripes to Mexico, C nt;rvs jestcnla), by anrieiny to the Hay lull, stripped from the ami) all red tape o that the national mi.iril of each Slalf uf the Union call 'to musiered into sen ice as "volunteer troops" with the least possible dcla). Both the Stnatc and the House areid to the confirince report of the Hay Volunteer Hill )esterday afternoon and it is now read) for President WiWon's si (.li.U n re to ni.ike it :t law L'lukr the terms of the Ma) hill the Kiniuokx National du.iril can be us ,ilunuer iriMps if a call is loMiid for volunteers, and scut across the Ixirucr into Mexico for sen ice Its officers can be coin missioned by the President at once. The 'i:ll tal;cs out of the hands of the do encrs of State1; the appointment of cnuiniisvioiHil officers of the State militia when they Jiernnic "ohiiiteer-lioNemors of the States can only recommend to the President the appointment of the state nul.m officers to command the national ynaid when the) .ire mustered in as volunteers Chairman James Hay, of the House Militar) A f fairs committee, in the House declared bis belief that the pre suit national ntunl officers will be retained b the President to comma-itheir troops and he docs not bel"ce that rt'Kular arm) officers will be placuaril ed m command of tbe national volunteers I'ndei this lull the national the preference over all oth-t- r Hiurd persons nfferinc their service to the nation when a call for troops is issued. vWXKl s an illustration, a call for volunteers is expected to be issued KiiitucK) .vill be called iiM)ii Jo furnish the number of the troops in Shi country to the entire vinilil therefore be lalltil upon for ap proMinatcly 1,4(K) men The national Kitard of Kenttuky, under this bill, will A cniicl regu-lui.o- iiniuo-iliate- h be given the preferince over all other tu sitppl) the State s ipiota. Seventeen places in the Kentucky National (iuard must be filled by officers. They are: Medical Corps: For detail with Hospital No. 1, one First LieuField for detail with Second liifan-trtenant; otic First Lieutenant. Chaplain. For detail with First one First Lieutenant. Fmt Infantry: Third Battalion, one Major, Third Battalion, one First Lieutenant, Adjutant; Third Battalion, one First Lieutenant, Quartermaster Commissar) ; Compand D, one First Lieutenant; Company G, one Second Lieutenant; Company H, one Second Compaii) L, one Second Lieutenant. Second Infautr) . Coinpaiiv IS. one Ftrsl Lieutenant; Companv 1, one Second Lieutenant; Companv" K, one first Lietitcinnt, one Second Lieutenant. .Third Infantry: First Battalion, Lieutenant. Adjutant; Company II, one Second Lieutenant: Compaii) L. trie First Liinitennnl Cnmnrim M one Second Lieutenant. Acting Adjutant General Ellis has various companies to fill these places at ouce liv election. cum-siutiLicit-Unaone-Fir- v, 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. Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. LinseedMeal for Milk Cows and ewes, J. H. BAUGHMAN STANFORD, & CO. KENTUCKY SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION )Cs-lerd- New Kentucky Postmasters The President has sent to the Senate the laminations of the follow mc to be Kentucky postmasters: James T t, Virsailles. W. C. Sleet. Mi.ldles-borFrank T Wile), Princeton, and James V) la, Clinton. Wil-hoi- CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Mayl oth $1 -- 50llffl!WnfflflPl 50 -- luc Operation Gives Sight to Little Girl Little llaisy Vance, of Channel Cit) five vears old, saw her father for the tint time this wick and nturutd linn from Lexington, well and happv after an operation at the Good Samaritan Hospital that restored her siiHit, having hern blind from In r birth. boim-vvii- m - . Round Tri Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Leave John II Beard. SI, a Union solddier. died at Cane alle), dair count), last night. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. w 'ti rnfij 'f. HRI 1 wujmm LOW KATFS Lcxinen '"l return via Southern Railway, on account of Spring Kace Meeting, ipril 24, tu Ma-- 7 Reduced fares from all stations For full information in ' Kentucky. call on nnv agent of the Southern Railway. F. N. Wctterman, A. G. I' At St. Louis, Mo. TO THE PUBLIC I represent the largest and best made-to-order aZif'KTrj clotliug house in this cou- I a m It tke only rtal continuous doer opening. Hoops made of tested steel, Heopa can be adjusted from Ud-fceat tloei frame.. Deere aaade ei CaUernU "Tke Weed Eternal" Tba lotaiioe ol our Uaotr MfU v bs ntryEd dt Red-wee- d. MassM' Meetlos Unrein Lodf No. 60 F. a A. M.. mtttt In itttfd tommunictllon oa etch firrt and third M)i'Jr plfbtl ol tsch Donth tt T e'cliKk la i Btsnfort, Kjr. tVIr ball on Uiin ol tUtcr lodfei Irsternallj mvttrd to b J. W. JKE1MNU. Bx'r. prtwnt T aa lot caulae and e tot? to UOoqr. and from SlkfdJUvm wkh. tc BJ n wu!iJSS.t535TA,C0, Liasmer. tlt, MJ-brr- V. Price & Co., Chicago, 111., My experience in measuring and directing the making of jour clothes, gim uic the advantage over one who will is not a practical tailor. If you gie mc our order 1 will promise jou a square deal. You will get the worth of our money, either in the cheaper grades or the higher priced. My spring fine of samples arc now ready for our inspection. Call and let me show ou. H. C. KUPLKY, Tbe Practical Tailor, All Kinds for Sale by GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky v."--s,j- , i, 3j .i k'l V JJ.'.X( ti.tfe'ar.'w A.4-vtL-j-r Tmirv -- i THE INTEMO JOMK AL 8TAW F0. KEWTWCKT. FRIDAY, MAY I, 1M Carroll Preston 4383 Bay. horse: star; both hind ankles white; eight ycais oM; !S SIRE. Preston 922 by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark 64. DAM.-B- aby Pence by Enoch Arden, 2d dam, Lady Pence by Cl..cf,(22o3) Ululam Forest (2863); 3d dam, pauglacfof Garrard daughter Borie's Gray Eagle. $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT a distance have facilities for caring for mares sent to me from I will furnish good grass and the best of personal attention. accordand In all cases a lien will be retained on foal for service fee, if ing to law. Fees become immediately due and Insurance is forfeited to horse rrares are removed from state or brd to another occur. Care taken prevent accident, but not responsible should any I invite inspection of all my horses and will guarantee satisfacnt Jja. U0"ll" V sundial Nunnelley's Stock Pens, Stanford, Kentucky. W. O. WALKER Kunner Duck eggs, ?1.00 S. C. Black Orpington Eggs. f.cr 15. Luke McLuke Says Lots of men who preach against C. White Orpingtons. gambling go ahead and get married. Hill's S. C. JL I. Reds and S. Men arc more imaginative than woprizes at Louisville. (State Fair)' Hopkinsvjllc, .Richmond Have won first men. Hut no man could make himself but "" Stanford, in 1913. My birds are not only prize Danville and believe that a wrinkle was a dimple. machines. Ten pens mated, eggs at reasonable prices. Write for great Every girl has Society manners for for ducks mating list and show record. Also Fawn Indian C.Runne, Stanford, eggs use in Company and Kimono Manners Kentucky. Hill, sale Red cockerels for sale at $2 to S5 each, A. foruse around the house. While wc regret the Divorce Evil, we can't sec why every couple should be left to a Killkcnny cat linisli. indiThe wicked flee when no man purI have two pens that are prize winners; one headed by cockerel of from sued!. Hut as soon as they find that vidual merit; the other one by carling cock that is hard to beat. Eggs they arc not being chased they haul out cockerel pen. ?1.50 per 15, eggs from cock pen, $ CARTER halos anil out their resume business. If the Mothers in this country wanted Suffrage, women woud be voting in a car. When you invest your money in my white PI) mouth Rock Eggs, jou have side of all right to long for and sing It is and made a profitable investment. You will get birds that are thoroughbred now. boyhood's happy days down about order as white as snow. 1 guarantee to pleae vou. Send in jour 100 egg lots. on the )our farm. Hut it you could pxperi-enc- e $1.50 and $1 and 50c for 15 eggs. Will give a discount on Price them again it wouldn't take ou Have a few cockerels at SI each. L. W. Cunchff, Liberty, Ky. ten minutes to set up a howl for Modern Improvements. It in t much comfort to a man to know that he is wearing lot-- , colUred upon best foundation Mock for vcar? for egg production type, and but of hair on his bat. high priced, Not or. Eggs fertile, chicks strong. Eggs for hatching Wc have alwajs found that when a will produce what you want. Write. man wears whiskers on his face his jokes need shaves too. J. C. McCLARY, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. When Mother leaves a woman s magazine lying around and Father picks it tip and glances through it. Father gets that setting mid all over vvhe nhe realizes FOR SALE Eggs from pure bred Indian Runner Ducks, $1 per mother is squandering 25 cents per year of 13. Wolford N. Lovell, Stanford. 24 on the fool publication. As oon as a wife discovers that she can boss her husband she begins working overtime on the job. Gi'C the average man a dollar umSingle Comb White Lghorns, Black Orpington, White Kocks anu imte Wild Mallard Ducks. We have finest mat-inIndian Runner and brella and he'll never worry about any Andalusian. othei provision for a rainy day. ever owned, and are in a position to furnish eggs that will hatch win f the obi. fashy. ...,".,, What has become ners and lavcrs. bend orders alicaa u you warn csks ioned man who used to have "fever and Eggs from prize "mating $5 00. $4.00. $300. ?20O an. S1.00 per tittcen. We can spare several nice S. C. White Leghorn cockerels at So.00 each if tak cu a"cr '" Love is the only game that always LOMBARDY HEIGHTS at once. Kv, results in a tie. Jno O. Reid, Prep., Stanford, There are three names for laziness, cold weather, hot weather and spring $J per setting of IS Fawn and White Indian Mrs. S. J. Embry, Stanford, Ky. Monty la Hemp In Kentucky "With hemp seed at $5 a bushel, and a jield of anywhere from ten to bushels to the acre." says Prof. 11. "there Oarman, of Slate University, certainly ought to be money in the crop." Carman, who ha charge of and the Denaitincnt of Entomology station, JJotany of Ihc Experiment went on to say that "when some one crop becomes the fashion in a farming community, every farmer feels a sort of impulse coming from this condition of things and is more or less disposed to follow the crowd. The more unstable he is, the more quickly he is influenced by the general trend of farming going on ahout him, the more disposed to turn his attention to what seems to he a certain and easy way to make money. (ironing tobacco ha of late become Kcntuckv too much the fashion in the fahion. It is having not good effect in deficient on our soils, already vegetable mallei, -- ml In some places ingredients desirable lacking other The man who has the ncrc to withstand the general tendency, turn his back on tobacco and grow crops not grown by everybody aliout him, ought to be able to make more money in the next ten year than he can trom tobacco, and by doing so will certainly take less from his. land and find it in better condition in the end. g "Kentucky has been the great Stale of the Union. She still indiircs a sood deal of the hemp seed sold in the United States, but is not s suppt)ing the demand by many of bushels. She could profttabl) plant several times the acreage she will put in hemp this spring. "The fact that the demand for seed is insistent and comes from various States and from outside the country, hows that there is still money in the fiber cron for some one. There i certainly money in the seed at $5 per bushel, and an importer who has recently brought four thousand bushels of seed from Germany will make, a stun; sum which should have gone into the nockets of Kentucky growers. "Every bushel of good hemp seed now in the hands of farmers ought to We he planted for seed this spring. can grow tnc nest seen prouiiccii in There should be no difthe country ficulty in selling at a good price all the seed we can produce." tele hemp-growin- tliou-and- Wars Doiag a Great Work "Every man, woman and child In Kentucky who is in love with life and fond of 'God's great owes an eternal debt of gratitude to J. Quiney Ward, of llourbon county, said the Lexington Leader Sunday. "lie who multiplies the fishes in the streams, the birds in the woods and the deer in the forests is as great a benefactor of hi race as the man who makes 'two blades of grass grow where only one blade grew before. "Willi Mr. Ward this Is surely a labor of love, for certainty there is no money and less joy in struggling with which have beset his the obstacles pathway since he first entered iiion the task of making the rivers and the a fields of old Kintucky once more delight to all lovers of nature. "And in protecting the fish and the game fiom the murderous, assaults ol the pot hunter, no less than in the woik of replenishing the supply, has Mr Ward and his county wardens increased the debt of gratitude resting upon the genuine .sportsman. "'ll'cre is no land on earth more favorable than Kentucky to the propagation of fish and game. Most of the creeks and rivers ramble along through limestone hills and over gravelly beds and sandv bars, with here and there ledges' and 'pot holes' and 'riffles' black bass h amid which the 'inch for inches the gamest thing that to chase its prey. moves' delights Then there arc mountains and forests and thickets and fields where deer and and quail and pheasant should increase free from molestation except urnng the legal open season. "Mr. Ward knows what these things mean to men 'who. in the love of nature, hold communion with her visible from,' for he, too, has spent many a day whipping the Cumberland in and nlrfini 'Shade Shoals' and 1'unkin' Hoi hole,' striking a t Icr,' and 'the rascally bass here, stopping there to listen to the notes of a vagrant wood thrush, and halting now and then to feast his eyes upon the wild riot of purple and green and gold with which the artist, Mature, in spiiimg ncr moic of autumn coloring, has decorated the limestone hills. " Vint ibrrc are brutes in the world who. but for such gentle and yet courageous souls as Quiucy Ward, "would desecrate scenes like this with dvnamite and net and trap! good Sir 'Long life and health, Quincy: and when at last the summons comes for vou to join the silent army of the departed anglers may old Izaak himself meet you at the portals of Paradise and pray the Almighty that the few small sins which all fishermen, under due provocation, commit now anil then, may not be remembered against y ou !" small-mout- COMMISSIONER'S SALS Harry W. Mills, etc., 1'lffs. Lincoln Circuit Court Mills, Etc.. Defts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered by the Lincoln Circuit Court at its June. Commisundersigned 1913 term the sioner wilt on 11. R. t Monday May o clock P. M. in front of the Court House door in Stanford, Ky., offer loi sale at public outcry to the highest nnd best bidder, the lollowing land in Lincoln county, K., on the waters of beech 1st Tract. lleginnuiB at thence 25 poles to poplar anu white oak. and S 25 K JO poles to white maple N 25 L 80 itoles to hickory and W 72 poles to slake in iwplar N 42 corner lot, 3 S 35 W 08 poles to beech at beginning containing 30 acres more or less. 2nd Tract. Uegiur.ing at elm corner, between Mri. lid and 11. R. Mills' line li 8 poles, 13 links to white S 02 oak, thence with H. K. Mills' line 47 IkiIcs to stake near white oak stump, close to Elder line, N 13 W 3 jkiIcs J links from black oak, the comer agreed between Mills and Hastin, May 21, E with McGulfey line, 1908, S 30 48 poles to little chestnut corner between Hastin and Martin thence Martin line S 5k W 18 poles 17 links to beech W 10 on north side of branch. N 48 poles 20 links to elm at beginning 2 I 2 acres mure "r less. 3rd Tract Hegmning at stake in olcs from Greeuburg lane 88 li 18 thence leaving a 12 foot lane h j--j from ihc house to road S 9 ikjIcs to stake in yard S 80 W 10 3 4 links from S. W corner of Mam front room of bouse, thence with south even with main building N 80 li I 87- 100 iHiles to b li corner ol main room b 73 - Ht poles to stake ou East side li 59 of branch with pointers S 15 lotc to stake with (Milliters in outside maiilc, N poles li line N 81 2 W 73 poles to white oak and Is W 89 k1cs to beginHplar N 88 ning, containing 20 acres more of less. 4th Tract Beginning at sione on oulh side pike. S Wi E 18 o1cs 10 W 2o itcs d links tr stake S ft links tr stone in Wright's line N F with Wright's line to Mills' line thence near north with said Mills' line to ilu lane leading to Stanford pike, thence with siid lane to pike, thence with pikr to beginning containing 12 acres more or less Tl is sale will be made for the pur msc of division of the proceeds among Ihc children ol the defendant sulijC'-- t to mortgage for the sum of S324 with in terest from January 1, 1910 at 6 per cent. This sale made subject to fore going mortgage, for which a portion of this land has been subjected Said sale made on credit nf six months, purchaser to give bond, with security bearing 6 per cent interest from date of sale with lien retained on land sold wilh force and effect of judgment E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L C C pril 0. 1914. Httck (first day Lincoln Circuit Court) at llth, IQM 1 Creek. o, 2 '" 1914 SEASON Ail Peavine 4092 1914 J m 0 Dam Lucy Well S404 Sire Rex Peavine 1796 Champion Sire of the World. Go to the record, don't take any body's word. His produce have won more priit ami hive sold for better prices than any stallion in Kentucky Why not breed into the family that has produced the champions of the wotld for the last decade, such as Edna May, Haiti Jaqutllna, Jacqullne, Dawn, Jack Straw, Diana of the Lea, Rexall 1'iinct, Jaqtte, Princess Eugenia, Golden Glow, and many others. This is unquestionably the best breeding son of Rex Peavine and rtmem-t- er that the colts of Mrs. Lowndes, she has sold for the unprecedented prices of $3,000 and $1,500 are out of a mare by Rex Peavine. Draw your own and breed to a horse of the most popular bloodlines at a living price. gill-ne- 0 4 twn-tccec- il Fee $40.00 to Insure livins Colt-a-id a Gsri Ose R. S. SCUDDER, McKlNNEY, KENTUCKY Barred Plymouth Rocks Holicr-Tlian-Th- White Plymouth Rock Eggs. S. C. Buff Orpingtons bald-heade- d Indian Runner Duck Eggs For Sale Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!! gs In Loving Remembrance Death has taken a (lower trom another home. On the night of April 14, 1914, the Death Angel entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Chappcll and tisk ironi them their darling son, He has 22 years old, a lirigbt and intelligent young man. Loved by all who knew him Resides his father and niotlur, he leaves two sisters and three brothers, u wife and one small son and a host of inends to mourn his loss. .Much sympathy is felt for the entire lamilj, anil especially to nine ixcmicui, who was the ;y and pride of his life. So weep not loved ones, weep not for him, loi our loss is his eternal gam. t can not realize now, why one o young and with such bright prospects should he taken just in tnc uiooiu oi youth, but wc feel that Christ selects the ones lor ins city just as wc vvouiu pick a uoqtiet of choice flowers. After luncral services at llic uapiist cnurcu W W by Revs. T. J. Ciodhey and llrock, All thai was mortal ol this Godly man was laid to rest in the Ephcsiis ctmetery to await the Resurrection morn. O'lit is safe in the arms of Jesus safe on his gentle breast, I here by his love over shadowed sweet- Ol-li- e. 33-3- F COMMISSIONER'S SALE hirst National Hank, of Stanford, Kv . Mlf. Lincoln Circuit CV.:r: vs I. A. Totter etc, Defts. Pursuant to a judgment jif the Lin coin Circuit Court entered at us Nov ember term 1913, the undersigned Com sioner will on Monday, May 11th. 1914 o'clock P. M., in front of the court house door in btanford. Ky.. offer for sale at public outcrv to the highest and be't bidder the following laud in Lincoln county, Ky., situated on the l'rci.chcrsville pike. Lincoln County K) and known as the old Abraham place and the land iHjught by M. () andeveei from W M. Lackey, loth tracts supposed to contain i. acres more or less and bounded as follows on the north bv M. O. Vandcvcer and John fiooch, on the east by count) road, on the south by the Prcacbcrsville pike and on the west by the land of Tmslev Spoonamore. and bring the, same land convi'jcil to T A. and May P IV by M O Vandcvcer "said sale ti be made on credit of six months, purchaser to execute bond with approved personal security, bearing from date until paid, with lien in Sand sold to secure payment ot am? This pril 23. 1914. E. 11. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C 1 33-3- iii jjii at ji , i i ,r?, ii BsWBIB.m3MI KjVMMb sLe.yiHBw matJ. CS?S' " -' .SM.A.lllllllllllgjlMiB at The Warfield, 36621, Tr. 2:24 Dark bav stallion. 16 hands, foaled illagc farm. Aug 154 1901. bred at il East Aurora, N Y Sued by Dare 209. He won seven chamjwoiiships. at National Horse Show hirst dam Naughlv (iirl h Hex mericus 232000. sire of four c'ars old. record 2.11 American IJclle. three veais. rrcord 12 29 others in 2 30 list, a and 2 1411 record 225 om of Onward and 17.i Onward Silver 205 sire of others in 230 list. Onward was sired by Geo. Wilkes 1519 2nd dam Duenna sirrd by Mambrino King 1275, sire of of the Manor 2.04 MJ including L.ul third dam Dot let hy Nutwood re ocrd 2.18 and sire of 180 in 2.30 list. 4th dam Topaz by Stralhmore 408 sire of W in ? V) list Fifth dam Willard by Albion, sixth Dam Ned by Edwin For-.- ! 7lb Lady Turner by Mambrino Chief II The Warfield is an extra high class horse, not afraid of anything, a high actor and as well broken as any horse in and out of the stable, has a good coat ami carriage nice head and tail. He stepped a He is a sure trotter Dc-v- l "y".. His soul is at rest. His busy hands are folded. His work on earth is done, Hif trial? are all ended, His Heavenly crown is won. At the same time and pl.uc a horrible sight was witnessed at the Chap-pihome on the 16th, when the sad news was heralded ovci the community that little Loris Urown the little three-- v ear-ol- d sou of Mr. and Mrs. George Hrovvn had been drowned in the well, lust as they had placed the corpse in the hearse and the friends were getting ready lo start to the church, they missed this child and all went in search for him. In a short fnic Ihc alarm was given by Mr Jackson, that he was in the well William M Chappcll quickly brouuht him out and everything that loving hands could do, was done but to no avail. Dr. Harmon was telephoned for and when he reached the sad scene, a few minutes latei he found the little fellow lifeless, but he thought there might be a spark of life left and it was pitiful indeed to sec him work so hard to try to bring back life to this beautiful child. He was an miusually bright child, the liulit of their home. Little Loris was idolized not only by its father and mother but fond grandparents, Mr and .Mrs. j .m. urown We extend our heartfelt sympathy to this griew stricken family. His little Itoily was laid to rest Friday afternoon in the Providence cemetery, in the presence of a large of jorrowing friend. ll con-roar- poultry UN c our complete winnings as well as o record. Wc will be glad to send "" ur egg records, we leci prouuer omur uvimu "t w record', because they show that we have the great winter layers Let us take care of v our wants. Lincoln Farms.A. C LOhrhi, Mgr., .mciiinney, Ky. an-oni-- We have quality when it comes to llarrcd Kocks, and can fell vou eggs that will hatch winners for the largest allows. If someone claims to have pn eggs forhatching k him to give vou his show ize winner!, and advertises a-- Claims Vs. Facts "" There is some g6od in everything. A despised bedbug hit a man and woke him up and he discovered that the house wis on fire. No matter how jealous a gamblers wife mav be. she is always glad to hear of him holding four queens. fcvcr- - BLEUCHER Record 4, Trial 2:14 Half Brother to Lula A'atts (.) 2:27 hands foaled 1W6. Standard Registered Vol. 3-- 4 46158 Trotter, ilrovvn 18. ht Teahcers' Examinations Common school diploma examination May county teachers' examination, white May i. rountv teachers' 3 C. colored. May 34-- 2 Supt. 8-22-2- Stallion, about 15 3-- 4 Silent Hrook iy"G9 Record 2:16 llillv llnrlf Shaw bay 1 w -. r,. 3-3-- 4 2 t 1.4 .Meadow ( 0.1 sW Emma. Hrook 2.09 Zarrine Brook 2.09 Lady Ilellbrook 2.07 2:10, etc. J Dark Night 2858 i . . Sire. f Aoondav sire of 24, inc Search-ligllrightlight 03 2 Hv St. Elmo 275. Dark Wilks 2:09 2 08 Oral I! rood Marc. ( Harry Clay 45, 2:29 Valpa 2.09 etc. Sir of 4 dams ol ou. jciviv nay. ( Great brood mare. orwood Ilelle Hy Norwood 522. 4, of 60, dams of 65 shade trees, shrubs, roses. grape vines, rhubarb, peonies, phlox, seed po 'aloes, etc Everything for Orcharn and garden. Free catalogue. No agents TREES Strawberry plants, fruit and 224, The nine in 90 days handling. Warfield is a truly made horse, of grand individuality and bred in lines thai entitle him to become a sire of note seeing that he is a on of the great ran- - horse and famous progenitor Dare Devil 20" The latter earned the title cf the "Monarch of the Home Stretch" while on the turf, and after retirement to the Mud acquired imperishable reNot only have the nown as a sire Dare Devils proved great race horses many has furnished but the famil noted show ring winners as well as liare Devil and Mambrino King, both of show stallions hi inc. champion National fame received more money in the show ring than any two stallions in the woihl. The Warfield will make the season of 1914 at our farm ihc H H. King place near Morcland, at $10 to insure a live coll. Season becomes due when mare is sold or parted with; every precaution taken but not rcsonsiblc for accidents should any occur Good grass can be furnished at? $ per month. . THE FINE JACK, TOLBERT Tarkington's t the same place we will alo stand jennet sired by George Pc toil's dam was our fine, big jack Tolbert at $10 to in- Najioleon jack. sure. Tollicrt is three jcars old. 15 Shanks' jennet sired by Huff Duddc-rar- 's 1841 H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons 191? hands high, black with white points jack. Dudderar's jack's first dam and fine Ihiiic ami weiulit Tolbert is was lllain's iennet sired by Ilrignolia. Nurservmcn since 1841 by Pevton and out of Clumsey, whose Sec Tolbert before breeding your mule Lexington, Kentucky first liani was Woodson Montgomery's mares. 53 Oi ,Mokr 24457 Sire of Uremia Yorke 2 (U 1.4. J 2. CQ Clavo Dam of Lala Watit (2) 2 27 Hleucher 2 29 ti 2 17; out of a half sister to Silent Hrook 2.16 Native Helle (J) 2:00 Silver Silk (4i 2 08 Susie Monrico (3) 2 07 (31 2.09 etc. i Wilkis' Nutwood 8.000 2.24 Mlcttic Clay Sire of Carl Wilkes 2.04 I Jenny Clay. Half sister to Silent 1 2, Reddic Clay Hy Harvey Clay 45. Hrook 2.06 and Lilly Clay (Jam of Silent Hrook (4) 2 25 Reddic Clay (4). 2 16 dam of True 2 21 etc. 2:25 -- Ferno 2 05 Ilaron Wilkes 4758. 2 18. etc. Sire of 12 in Queen Ethel. . Hy Sstrallimorc Dam of Rumps 2.03 3-- 4 -- . I 1 S law bay - 07 2 .(K, 4 .Meadow- - Hrook sire of Hdly Hurke 2:03 Silent Hrook 19.709, 2:16 lady elbrook 2.10 Hut er V.j etc. Emma Hrook 2 ff) Hetty Hrook 2:09 Zarrine 2.07 etc. Sired dam of Chatty Dytct Margaret Hathgate (4) 2 11 cut Hngade (2) 2 HI -l was grandvn of 1 rue and Reddic Clay 2.2a His dam, Jenny Clay, also prodim-r 4 Yorke Mj 2( (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Hrenda Moko 24457. sire of Fereno 2.05 fill) (chammon (H.turity winner.) (3) 2:06 Native Helle (2) 2:07 winner,) (M 20 Susie N . (3) 209 4 (F iti.r.ty w.m ur) (4J 2 0 (3) 207 (Futurity winner.! Silver Silk Maiinco M (huturity w nncr) Momastcr. 2.11 Siliko O) 21 tiomoke 2 10 Mol.el 2.10. Mochcstcr 2.10 Martha Tipton (4) 209 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) 2.!,' dams of the Harvester 201 Ilaron D. 2.10, etc. etc. Brother to Humps 2.031-O'Ncil (3) 2.13 handsome seal ica . . ... i m.m. - -i.a I.. if in fW. last ouartcr , in 32 seconds, is a m out of Clayo '"l""! brown horn--, and will weigh 1100 pounds. He grcailv rc.enihlcs In good i re Silent Hr.v.k and by the great Futurity sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best ,racc horse families of the prts-ca real race horse himself, having had very little training and most of that by anaiua day. He teur. It certainly looks like t!u horse is of Xirand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his li:irc nf the moliev sure. HLEUCHER is a perfect type of road hori.e, good gaited with perfect manners .wears no boots or weights. He has an undcfeatid record in the Stallion Road Class for 1913, and is conceded by good . . . judges to be the bcit road horse out t!n year. of the best into to lliis is a good opiwrtnnity for Garrard and adjoining counties they breed the listtheboth families dams. have in sires and trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and wt how many This great trotting stallion will make the scujii of 1914 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 2. 3-3-3-1 3-- J'Vo? 3-- 4, -- 3-- 4 2. -- 4, rtfSi 2. 3-- j; ,.,,.t ,i-.- tu 1 nt ? What Will Stanley Say to This? lopeka. Kas.. April 30. The Webb- Kenyon law, which gives the States control over liquor shipments, was tip. held by the Kansas Supreme Court to lay As a result of the decision Kan sas will take charge of all liquor ship ped into the state. Hie case was that of a St. laid brewing company, ap pealing from a decision of a district court. The St. Louis company shipped a carload of beer to Corona, Kas. State officials confiscated it under the Webb law, and the company sought reim hursement. "Without this law no state has any more control over liquor than it has over tne shipment ol wheat and com. said Justice K A llurrh. who wrote opinion. "Wc believe that the liquor traffic can be made subject to tne same regulations as oiisccnc litera turc and white slaverv. and that Con grtss has sufficient power to regulate the shipments of liquor as if has to prohibit transportation of white slaves, 's MARSHAL'S SALE FOR TAXES I, James P, Jones, marshal of Crab C'rrhard. Ky. will on Saturday the 9th Day of May, 10H Oi'fei for i.ilc, at the court house door, in Crab Orchard, the following real property returned delinquent. Same being the amount due for the city of Crab Orchard, for the vcars of l'Jl Said sale to begin at 1 P. M standard time, 1 hoc paving before that date, will be tnrkeii from the list. This 13th day of April. 1914. $2.62 J. II. Trcy 18.14 W. L. Hel' M Coitder 13.90 P. M M Cornier 748 Dr. W. J. Edmiston 2 lots 35.15 .. $1,000 each 359 Mrs Emma Karris Jo.46 J. W. finest 1.65 Hen Howard ., 1.54 Kidwcll and Isaacs 2.08 Sam Tudor 775 J VV, Moore .s 5.51 l:.d Rogers 1806 Mrs. Addic Kiddle 624 Will Sigler I 1288 M McC'arlev I'cttus, Dchorde and Magee . .. 2.08 C. M. BACK & SONS, PHONE 68-- MORELAND, KENTUCKY HUSTON VILLE EXCHANGE. ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY is the one place you will most enjoy a vacation for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. LIVE IN THE OPEN TENNIS HUNTING MOUNTAIN CLIMBING DRIVING MOTORING RIDING GOLF 7 OTHER NOTED RESORTS HendersonvilU, WynviH, New Goods Display MATTINGS, NEW DRUGGETS, KUGS, WINDOW SHADES, WALL PAPER AND EVERYTHING TO MAKE THE HOME COZY AND ATTRACTIVE. COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE BEFORE BUYING. PRUITT.--Moreland.K- SEED CORN! I have Hoone County White and Ked coh corn from the crops of 1912 also Keid's Yellow Dent crop of 1913 which has been care, fully hand picked as well at all other farm seeds write for satn. 26-- 4 pies and price, Brevard. Saluda. MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF Lake Toxaway Hot Springs, FUt Rock Tyroa, i I ...,..,i . i ..!. It due whin mare ,r.. nt traded or parted $20.00 To Insure a Living Colt. m.iri on unti nt 10c nor bv Lien retained ou rolls for service fee. Money with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur TELEPHONE NO. 95 I' W. B. BURTON, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY SOUTHERN OPRAILWAY PREMIER CARRIER THE SOUTH er For fiutb.r Infcrmatloa local W. BUSH, NELSON, Lexington, Ky. 0. ii. Tod J, D. P. A. LoitUvllU, Ky. mbI. liinu, v. I Jfrfe. --- xU. !iV)-rt- wi .Si &F:v' ... THK INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914 HEARD ABOUT TOWN Got. Beckham 1 May 91h, o'clock. hear him. V. M s V pk SMOTHERIHCSPELLS Oetobnr, 1910, wo received a letter from In Stanford, Don't foil lo 2t In Swr Stemach, Heart Burn inoiiniiK l)ave HiUi;liiiMn nliir Ma), wint In l.cxiiiKloti this a new Ovirl.iml car for of Pre.ichersvllle. pnrrh.iM-i- l this weik of M S II mull-maMr antntnoliile .in Overland II.iiikImii.iii U I lie oKcnt for this popular car in tins district. An ctrctioti will lie helil fur jcluxil in SUnfnril Saliinl.i) fur a three ) lerm llntli nun anil vvonun i re rnlitiol lo vote which is done ivn vtice. The eliuion ii fur a successor to (i. I.. I'enii), whose term has cx-- Atiilrrin, Mm. Halt, from which we mako tho following 'LaalLVJi. aH HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Five games have been played by the grade ball league. The series will con tinue until school Is out and so it i Imp. ml Ic to tell yet whfili will he the v'nni' Si'ictuh is ahead so far. The i llowinr' core is the remit of the p ill c il ready plavcd: drailr Won Los- t- Per cent 7 3 l.(KI 0 ' A 50(1 and S 1 1 The first duty of life is to dress well. 5 aVaSBBaSBBaSBBaBTTaSBBm! untie "About twelve years ngo my health bfgnn to fall. I couldn't eat a n y t h I n ir without Buffering for It I bail Vionrt lllltta 8 I utomach, rul lireakiiiK one hnne in lit r nijlit fnrc.mn, while t'ninkiiijj iluir jtittmiohilc in l.cxinutfiii. the Mimlav licfore an-ili.n -l- J. V. Ilaslin, of Nelson count) was lure and at PitsshttrK mi Ihimiicss last wik. lie tills im (if Mrs M.istm Stniiuil. llnlierl Carpi nter has takm tin b ral aitincy for the famous Maxwell aiilomobile and makes his .intioiuict mint Jo local ear buyers in a larne ad Mr Carpenter knows in ibis issue the talitc of prinltr' ink and with the class of car he is handling, is lo make the other audits lurialionts il up and take notice kk 1 Sip by sip here's pure enjoyment cool com- fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. k lk m I w m m tl.iunee Imik.ij, the opttlar Strict man biscuit salesman was here silling his good to the trade this wnk Clarence, who is strictly a wire m c try way and always up to snuff on doings of the day a tint he hurs Inllr talk of the Siimtorial race in his rounds as eims to think lleikhkam hns ft won hands down he lman. the pi nutn? hy full nim- rMUktijiinci tnc"uf c fiilniHm iw Whenever THK aaaaW COCA-COL- COMPANY 5A. 1 w aW. a. A1LNTA, AW you tee an Arrow think f Coca-Col- r . EAGLE EYE 5ALVE GOOD 1? -A- !iert- - l.iruui Carter is aide to lie siviral wuks' illno. I. I'trkms and Mr and Mrs Ruliirt (.llur it Crah Orihard, win Misv I nit afiir riuirsdu) R THE CYES r.rr.m r iiom inir, n Tom film, KlraJnecl or rongralr.1, nrHkf IIm-j- t ND tYLS ONLY run lw irnlljr yrl aurrly rlrnrrst. trlhtrnrl, rmtrrrtHt una ly Hi. rlmntklns. ttralln. alrr Kllirnlnr roH-rflr- sa-- . ( K.tul.r. .ll. KAL.l. One lab rKUVtJI II. PERSONAL Mr I at la insxille this weik. Miss Italic 1'axloti has retuiuiil Ikiiik from laiuiSMlle, and slu has In en tin re for enral months Mis Maranl Oierstrtil, of I'arks- lit has riliirned hotnc aftct a isit to h- r sister.to her sister. Mrs. lid Da- - and wife upl liarland .Sniktuii arr altinduik the I cluc.itiim.il iiKitiny and SOCIAL d Wilkinson is visiting her F Wilkinson at Louisville i ii I Mm buic Rankin, of lltiMilr, vv.u the kuoi of Mrs Lie Stone Wcdncsda) Mr. J no. O Kcul and Miss I.)lc Ci)icr were in Danville Tncsila), Mr. M. A. Phelps, of Richmond, is visiting, Mr. and Mrs. Kichard 1 locker. Mrs. II R. hauflry, who has Ucn ipiitc sick for scvir.il Java i improving. .urs. P. M. MtKoliert has rt turned Inline after a till to rilaluo at vrca-diS. I'ricc. who was operated on Tucxl.iv ,i thiitiKht to he KcttiiiK uiuiik A I)r ntcilv Mi htr j. C I lavs Ins hem confined to lied for ncwr.il davs, on account of Mrs Susan Mni:ht hecii confined to her led fur scvit.il wteks it aide to lie out Mr. and Mn II. II Hanford. of Gov Hfckham sptiks in Stanford, thic.iK". are uuests of Mr and Mrs. May Oth, at o'clock. Don't fail to porcstus K'eul -- ILijivillc Messenger 21 II P Glasscox and hear him. Mr and Mr iliitus'ilrr, Annie Rose, of Lcluliou SAUFLF.Y Junction, were here Wednesday The farmers of this section arc er Mrs Kate HkIiciI, of Crah Orchard, I't's) al'iit their crop lias returned home after altinduik' the Kc drier, of Stanford fillid Ins Initial of her aunt, Mrs Klizalicth reuular .ipiiiitiiiciit at the LoKan's rluirch Sunda .ifternoon. Victor 1'rice, the H)pular clerk of Cnik Sumla) school of l.onanV C'retV The Ctiuuuius, slum sexeral da)S this J I. proKressinir niceh week at Ml eriion with relatnes and is Mr. Carl Flod. of Muldlciown O friends. iiut a few days with fruniN and re Mrs l.illie Warrm and son Truest Warren, of Middlishoro, attended the relatives here and Ada Flojd were the Misses Iniri.il of Winfreil i'ortnun here Wed- Ktiests of Ora llsscs Jumie and Sarah nesday afternoon Sampson Mn h'rank ltohan. of Ijiuisville. Miss Kuth I'ulds spent the day with the liuri.il of her hrothir, Wiii-frc- Miss r.lizalicth Lowell Sunday. Wednesday aftir-n)i- i I'ortnun here will he prater meetine at tin She was the Ket of Mis I'earl F There lliptist church at Hall's iap in leu deiiiry Satunlav nnjht l'erlMid is united especiall) the members of the church u riipiesti-- to be present lo attend to me business and csiTibody else who "e tnlirested are Inxiied There Will be sstinda school at -- 3(1 o clock Suiid.ii A larue crowd is expected. iiteriiiMiu 1 Ilig-Kins. id d Mm Mary D. Iseinmlj has r.turn id home after a viit in riiattves aim muuls at Ittintniivillc who has sickness M Halloway. and little Mrs I'atiKhler, Frances, of ChattanooBa. rum, is the Biiest of her sister, Mrs. Jidm llriKht, Jr Mrs CiorKe Knliuison and Mrs. Will R Conk, oi liin.tcr, were here en 'Ihiirsda) lioo'tinK the excursion to Frankfort, kixiii midir the ausipccs of the Wmiun's Chili, of Lancaster t'harle) ,Carson and Kohert I'ettil, and Kohert Fcnzcl. Sr.. Ir of of HiiMoiiMlfe, wire lure Widnesda) to the hurial of Winfrul I'ortman 'Hie date of the marriage of Miss M C untie I'inny, of ll.inille, and H Fisher, of this place has hem set fur Salunla) cmiiiiib. June Oth, at the Itaptist church in Wnuwllc Mr and Mrs I M Cress and Mr and Mrs Dave Anderson and family motored to I'rankfort lodaj in thur l) erlind c.rs thc hac riccntlj iureh.f .1 r and eil fr 'm M S 15 lUKhman lr T W (ones acciimpanied Mr and Mrs Cress Mr V C WalMi. of the accompanied li Ins datinlitir. nc l.ce Walton spent a part Miss of sesterday afleniivm in Kissimniee. It tlieir first trip lo the pretty little toiMi, and the imiiiiii; deliKhtlullv twssid a" the home of Mr and Mrs F F Cummin, fonnerlv of Stanford. I Orlando Kiortcr-Sta- r l.ilrt-rtvr 1 n KcHirts come from Row land that .N W Fiivsli--, the well known coal man, snw tile famous ln'iiid but....! that little city a few dais ago i is semi in haic circled over Rowland comiui: from the south, and aftir making almost a compUtc circle, sped olf MT. MORIAH in the north One aiithoritv says thai the appinrancc of the Inllid biU7.ini I'.hler I karr fillul his regular i .i certain K)rtent of giwid crops So appoint. uei.t at the Christian church mole it be Sunday. lv in doocli was at Ike Lick last I Jr. T W. I'ennmgtiiti, who has bieu wcik .Mtss Onthia U.irfnld will arrivt siiffrring with a nervous dioidcr f"i swell Home Nitulay, aftu a protracted visit seviral week which has cait-emg in his hands and feet, will lent' nt Louisville ,'amci lJastin and on, Teddy, .pttil iiave next week for St Augustine. Fla for a complete for a wnk or tin i few days at Pittsburg, lat vveik the gmst of In ststir, Mrs Martha Fvan. days His many friinds hope to mc R L. joiinson bought a horse, at In it i coiiipliiely restoriil to health in ss i mn than that While he i aw.iv Wavneslnirg for $l(ii Mr nd Mrs Mtirton Spire visitj-Mrs IVuniiiglon and the hiby will In with In r sister. Mr Rodman Kiinon Mr and Mrs. (,ooch at King's Moun-'si- n Siunlav i'i Mrs J. I) Masttn has been i.ttitc Diputy Sheriff W S Ilryc Unik tin. Hitfield and Flannery, hive siptire rank in the local k I' lodgi completed an additiiin to Mr. l"ife-'I v night while C 1,1 Cirtir was home. A big levHtoil to the rank of knight. Mr and Mrs Dugan were in your I iiiul of the lioys ttirneil out to see tin citv Satunlav sav In no.it work and from what the Mr Soiulers. of South Fork, ha angora along with htm. took I) s visiting lur oii Will Sowikrs. Supi. Mo. ik. i if tin r.,t!tisn WidT.-- ; 'iien Mrs Sailic (louriey am! ilii'iluo, ,f ami Orplims' Home at Lexington, was rubanks, arc with hir parents here. prrMiit ami made the lodge a fine talk Mrs iistin and Mr Floyd attend on the great work which is being dom ed services at Ml Moriah Sunday. by this dipartmeut of the great and good oulir of I'ythian HEAD STUFFED UP? llyomei Gives Instant Relief If suffiring from a cold 'or catarrh causing dull headaches or an itching ml burning sensation in the nostrils, It gives quick, sitrelv try llyonui and prrmanint relief or money etuuikil by (., L. Penny It goes right o the ki- I- you ficl letter in live nun ir d iimothcr Inn npclls, pnlnit In my tildes and back. In fact, I nuffercd all over, niul n. coukIi almost Ilka ronaump-tloDoctors failed to rellovo mc; In fact, they didn't seem to know what ailed mo. I continued to urow wonio until I wn nblo to nit up only a part of tho tlmo, I had almost lost all hoped of ever being nny better. "But ono day eomo ono threw omo books In nt my door. I read them and found them to bo Porunn booln. "They described my feeling no truly I aent at onco find got a bnttlo and began taking It. You pronounced my nllment syMemlc catarrh, and gavo mo noiiin Advice. lf "When I hail taken two and bottles I begnn to eat without Buffering. I continued to Improve. "When I had taken eight I was like a new person. That was nine years ago. "I think Poruna. the greatest family remedy there Is, for bo mnny ailments aro due to catarrhal trouble. I ny ono afflicted with would advise catarrh to take I'cruna and I am suro It will leave." In tho Ilevlsed 'Ills of Life" wn have many similar testimonials which should Interest sick people everywhere. Sent frco by tho Poruna Co, Columbus, Ohio. People who object to liquid medicines can now obtain Peruna Tablets. n. one-ha- tat am la 'palpi- - I heart, on of the M?3,,,M""U" B" "iJSSP " rtt UJO 0 0 i ntist was hi Id here Friday pre-l- i to the mtcrscntaslir unci lo nuiarv 1 held at Lexington May 8. Ml the shoots clo'c In Stanfiinl belong lo hi- of which Stanford is the district culler lliiMonnlle was the onk me which seemed interested hi the Cfi'tists Mr. Julian Riffe ripn suited 'I he them ir declamatory tibjic! ol his ptre c was "Prohibition and Person al l.il.irties" Mr Clinton Colunan rriireiiitiil Stanford, his ubjict was The ruii Suite fioiii Qui, auii" 'Ibc judges were l)r l.arly and Mr l.o?ai. Hughe, Mr Coleman won and will r pre suit this dutrict next wuk I exuigt in , Prof Wilson left Tnediv ntghl Ic iitenil the regular annttil miiline, m kI .held al I miisvilk He will be aw-ithe rest of the wuk rite ball game to le pltvul with last Satttnlay had to In cillc' off on ace itmt of the iviatlier I ut wil iii idayul later. 'Hi.. Mnrirl eoiru in the btiHihng Wi'lnisdiiv aliirnmin w.-I hereiiiite a success were a number of visitors and they were nuic'i with the weik Hie Inch schrxil n. eig'ilh grade and all music pupib in the building were pt.nmttid to at I lie tend following tirograui wa remkn-i- l exetrdinijly well -- Meiiiut. Prills Mo art - F ranees I mbry. Pattie Perkins. Lutie Walktt McKiiuiey President's Address Matsv f, rimes IMI all ReH,ne with 'I bought! almut Moart. Secretarv's Report -- Jean Paxtoit. Rankin ..Pi.no- Mazurka, I'.ohm Xaiime- .lioan. Painr -- Mozart -- Gertrude Gaines. Piano-T- he Happy Mini, Swindler Frances F.mbry. I'horus float at I)ttk. Ihrnc Moart Club. 1'iaiio Cuban Dance. Goltsehalk Nancy katlicrine McKinney, iinic anarsilale Craig. Club Journal Annie (rcm Wood Piano Dawn of Spring. Lange n nette Wcarcn. Club Flower Mack-eyeSuan Club Colors. Old Gold and Mack Our Motto. Our Motive To Oiuc f.iHid Music to be Heard m the Land. rt pk.-i'Cd 1 2 .1.1.1 second duty is no one has yet discovered. There's What the JaaaBBalBalBaH LV Adlcrs Collegian Clothes l ! te for the first duty why worry about the second. saaaaalHBBaBBeHaBaVa H. J. McRoberts STANFORD, KY. Dont blame: the World, it owes nobody a living. vou have the SAME CHANCE AS ALL THE SUCCESSES imtt r I aasaaVVV j SA&V ocj? the Bank and be ready for a good business chance PUT YOUR MONEY iN avt)?0i r?: Stanford s liur-da- Opera House Program for Friday " Turkish Math "Majestic. Featuring funny Fred Mace. "'I he Poisoned Chap- - merican The Gambler's Pal" Mroncho splendid Western story. Saturday Night's' Program "The Green Shadow" Kaybec. Two el Feature ii Main Day" Key stone. Split reel farce Comedy. rhompson, on the Danville pike, sold to Victor Lear, of Garrard coun ty, fojat hogs at $125 Mo SO lambs at $750 per hundred to be delivered in June. A The poorest excuse anybody make; is: ''Never had a chance." Every new day is a new chance until that curfew of your life rings out "TOO LATE." If you are young and strong, nothing can make you a failure but YOURSELF. The world i i against no man, it is too busy looking out for itself. You put your money in our bank and see how soon the world smiles on you. Make OUR bank YOUR bank State Bank w. l. Mccarty, J. S RICE, G. G. & Trust Company Surplus, S fl M P. J Capital, $50,000.00. Preu. 160. . PENNY, SALIN, Cashier. r. 'T1Z- - FIXES TIRED SORE, SWOLLEN FEET PERRY, U (..SMITH.A-Cash-- tile. This medication goes di tiitly to the inflamed membrane, all irritation and congestion is ijuiokly re oivei!. tlie delicate tissues healed and vitalized llyoir.u should be in tverv hmise'iold ) u, ,'s.s ccr- v lure c" m sk in he eomplitc outfit- - $l.(k) sue hcallh-givuig - losing with .o pittudalwMit Ilvon-i- i nuthod of stomach vou briathc it Good bye sore feet, burning feet swollen feel, sweaty feet, smelling fct. lind feet. Good bye corns, callouses, bunions and raw spors. No more shoe tight- no moreliiiiping with pain up or drawing your face in agonv "TIZ" is magical iie-s- FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY - Vaaf Eaat NaaKSitlji "Opportunity seeks the man with ready Prepare for his money. coming by opening an ac- WW HIVwl BbP llim 'The Greatest Kidney Remedy on Earth," Says a Grateful Woman I BfSSSt 1 Beautify Home n rloi DE-kv-U-C JO raitUr liow tudty tcrtlchtd yoar ouc floor door, how or furnllur, you dm 4lly llmiu to forawr besuty siiJ brlghtac vvlttt a coat of ! Th ctMl U small, tha ratults aia ilint-wor- n want lo tell you how much good Swamp-Roo- t bout loir did trn. ago. 1 suffered from what tin doctois c.ilkil fistula and for two years of that time, 1 indttrcd what no tonalso hid inflammation gue can tell S olveil once VbbbbbF Yr of the bladder and I tried doctors tiled for all bv Culuinet nuns without riceiving any hcln For ililly use in millions of kitchens has Someone told me about Dr. Kilmer proved t tint Cnliimet Is highest not only In Swatnp-Roo- t quality but In ttiivtmnq well fter giving it a thorough trial, I re results pure to theextrcmo und In use. Ask your cuv id relief, so ktep on using it and voiulerfiilly today t am a strong and will woman grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. I I If iver feel badly or out of sorts. take Swamp Root and it alwav Received Highest Awards straight! us me out. I Ik.nc.tly believe this medicine would cure all Irou-h- k WiMi fir that you rtcouiineiid it for and it t a ilfftUaU pleasure for me to send my tettiuionv and photograph to you I think Or (W, lta. Swamp-Roo- t is one of the Muck. Kilmer' 1112. greatest medicines on earth. Respt votirs. MRS JNO. IIA1LIY. Portland. Tud West Main St 'subscribed and sworn to before mc this llh day.o fltilv. 1!09. C A. HHN'NICTT. Notary Public vi ur i cars 1 il.W W exudations oils which nuft on ibe fut I sc "TIZ" and forgit vour foot PARKSVILLE Mil how comfortable vour Miss I tlni Wcstcrfiild is vvilh rela miserv. fut ful. Git a 25 cent box of "TIZ' ves and friends at Pern v tile now at any druggist or department Mr and Mrs II. . Westerfield an store Don't suffer. Have good feet, villi Mr. and Mrs Frank Penn at Crav-- I glad feet, feet that never sew ell, never Switch. hurl, never get tird. year's foot Mr and Mrs Fred Pouglas. of Gisiy comfort guaranteed or money refunded. II vmnty. are visiting Mr and Mrs H. Mlnut W Mourne. of I .onMr and Mrs ion, ky . were recent guests of Mr, and Mrs I. W Spires. Mr. Ray Clarksoo, of the Rolling '"irk sictioti. spent Sunday with hi - itisin, Mr llobart Spires. Mr ( M Tuckir was summoned as i juryman in the Federal court a' tichmond and left for that place Prof lak Wilson, who has been a' kv for the pist nine i ivmgstou, nontlts. I now visiting his friend Mr O Cozatt 'I is Mr and Mr Louis Miko. of Loitl.s- tile, spent the weik end with Mr and Mrs. II O Cozatt. Mr Miko is a not d musician of his home citv Messrs V Johnson and son are .unit: of our most piouressivc farmers They Invi idjntid about forty acres of heir corn cron of Mr and Mr If S filasscox, e'banon Junction, who have been visit ng Mr and Mrs L. C Rose, have 'Mte to Perrvville lor a few davs stav Aith relatives at that place Mr W II Overtrcet one of th. f'lthful and trusted intployi-- of tbI Sc X, at Rowland, spent Sundav af ernooii and evening with Mr and Mrs 1 s - KRHZ VV si J'-- N "ui U.. -- .. ....I.. hk'h ..tf on 1 ii c 111 I in w 111 I ...V ,'WIVS n I count at this strong Bank." today You Don't Have to Sew This ro doubt pleasing news (even if we have told you before) to the busy housewife, wherewith all the many home duties the spiing sewing is piling up before you. We can relieve you of that depressed feeling if you will visit our ready to wear department. Here isi list of what you will find there. The price is little more than the materials cost. I! y&sfe. Mr J. I. West erf leld has about re ivered from a i ink lit attack of actiti indigestion Mthough Wester Mr field was ill only about ttn days, he lot thirty eight pounds in weight. Mr A C Hurry of Libauoii. to see his children Master Pong las and Miss Nellie Hurry last Sun lay Mr Hurry came up in his cit Hid is certainly one of the nut ae coinmodatitig drivers that to thi 'own Free rides were the onkr of -wa-u- liter M Mower. Dresses, serge and silk, $5 to $22.50. Tailored Suits, $10.00 to $35.00 p Skirts, $3.50 to $15.00 Spring Coats, $5.00 to $20.00 Pretty Waists, 98c to $6.50 Kivvliugs, Ada Par row and Loiiclla Jlrown, a trio ol imttv girls of the vouuger set. were the guests of Mrs. II M Pitlman, and Mrs Linn Penny, of Perry ulle, last weik. and atliudcd the nmsicalc and closing exircues of the Prryville High School on Wednesday and Tliursdav evenings, The Worst Is yet to Come Representative Mirrtwtther Smith and Shclton Sattfley deserve great credit for voting against the Glcnn- The worst has drccn insurance law Wait until the tiolicics not come vit begin to expire llai roilsburg Leader day .Misses Hazel gtt House and Street Dresses, 95c, 98c, $1.50, $2.00 to $3.50 Pretty Wash Dresses, $5.00 to $7.50 Dressing Sacks, 50c Kimonos, 88c and $1.50 Bungalow Aprons, 50c and 75c. Children's Rompers, 25c and 50c I Natural Wood color. Wbka, Gold and Silver Ciuracl. AMiJm. Try Ii today pEE GEE cornea lull ., Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingbamton, N. Y. 1 PEASLEC-CAULBER- T CO. LOCISVtLLK. KV. HyisW incar4iia Lyne Bros., CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Wilt Do For You Send ten cents to I)r Kilmer & Co , Iltnghainpton, N. Y., for a sample ste bottle It will convince anyone You will also receive a Ixxiklet of valuable information, telling- - about the kidneys and bladder. When vv riling, be sure and mention the Interior Journal, Regsize botand ular fifty-cetles for tale at all drug stores. Swamp-Koot one-doll- Prove What We are showing an elegant assortment of pretty Crepe, Silk and Poplin afternoon anJ evening dresses. Rich Hair 1 wkaM Uj caw ar ! Itm't wit UIUkU.sV. IWfCslMut. Ill Ukkf gift Utl rttwte. I awt Mtawuul mft s,Ulw. CtiMm h l.i nnrttr la uu aulk ut fit. T fir. I Long, thick, heavy hJr. Want thU kind? Ayer's Hair Vigor promotes growth. Dots not color the hair. fcSvft'sui: Ask Your Doctor. Severance & Son v w'Tym nwpT,' ' KXl M ' i. THB INTERIOR JOOUNAl. STAN FOKD, KBNIPCKT. FMPAV, MAY 1, 1914 About Worth Crowing profit before of results and Compariaon nd after using tti treat teeile and enndltlmrtlaanra lo maVt) ptrmanentfrlandof ll PrmlU rrodutta. boiiRht son, of KIok's Mountain for $165 and a mule of llaydcn l.earh for Gov. 'yk.- - Mitt m Pktu Ut, tOe, toe. .V M '. Pil sWWmLjLimi -- W H V SatfsfceJiM CMTMked w Mey fctk Fratta Lie Miller. rwdei e and Me. AIMS Sprtnc nteeaalty. Fur death to all danatroul terrain. Hafnaa aubatltutt.: In.lit on Pratt. . r m r..i ivnfu io '- -. jbwrr Bh mi ....... . r.. For rale liy New Stanford Drug Co, Stantord. nciiiiick). 404 J. K L Davis Jt Son. Stanford, Kentucky , .' y 1 FARM AND STOCK KOli SALE. A. V. NEWS clipping Two machine. t:,Ml Lay. V .1 H. .'u Carf.vtcr, MorcUiJ, 1 wool li.itnl timnlhv Mitrpttv, I'lionc W V J4-- Stanford J marc mule; voiiutl and all right. Je.e Darkv. Lacatcr. K. D. J, llo 29. WIi mil in the tutme, icccle wool, onl at the dcKt in Stanford, and only on the first three ilajs of each week, J. D. Kadi and Son, wool bttjen. 30-VjNTHD. To bu a good working vbl, aal not mare nvijSvrj'Vis-year- s C Zurliugg. $225. afraid n(faittniinhi1c. T. IF. Thompson of I're.iclicrsvillc. I J4-Stan foritKoiil&! o.' horse from KOK'SXlilifliKli grade HnWiein Inrnghi aF.lmorr. of near Crab Orchard alfV-l:ifcf- 'l) marked, sired b Menifee Hull Paul licet, Walker King No. VJlo. for $75. I. Hoekada.' of Iterea. sold James For prices and particulars write to last week to Dr I" Young, of Marion Jos Moss, N'o, J. Uryant, Ind. d mare b Rex l'ea-unO.. a four- FOR SALE. Three Shetland ponies for $J50. coming five, three, and two jcars old. I I" Nuunellc), a prominent farmer Extra nice, oil. on Lancaster pike sold to K C. Two mares, one horse. speak nuick. Jno. R. Ycager, Danville, rnold M head of bogs at seven cents 34-Ky. per pound. I HAVK a draft stallion, George K I? Morton, a local stock dealer Hur, Jr., that will make the easonof sold a heifer to Mrs. Sara llurton. of 1914 at my place on the Somerset pike King's Mountain, for $27, a calf tn Will also stand one Elmer fiilliland for $40. at $11) to insure bought 7 of the best mute jacks in Kentucky at T O Hill, of $10 to insure. Enrique will also make heifer trom R. K. Horton Monday at the scaron at the same place at $10 to S.11 Mr Horton also sold a cow- to insure. lie is the finest little Shetland I C Cricilln, of Lancaster, a cow for in the state and has won over them all. $40. M. S. Haughman, Stanford, Ky T J. Hurleson of the Waneburg section, sold a horse to R. 1.. John- T. V. Jones bought nine head of y. J. I .H-4car-ole, 4 - 'Ul SAI.K.Cotiiing lolir-car-o- hl hops neighing 1.4.30 pounds at seven cents from K - Horton. V. Thompson, the lice Kick secV tion. nld to J II Thompson, of Preach crsiille. two cows and calves for I.cs Cooper, of near Moreland. pur ehaed of U. K. Lutes lifteen shoats a' cvcu and a half cents per pound. Will Elliott, a farmer near McKin-ii- i' bought seventeen shoats at seven and a half cents from 11 I'. Lutes. I. C Allen, of llinlonville, sold lo M. Allen a bunch of (oO.pouml heifers at six and a half cents per pound. In Clark count, Monday, J. S. Law-rfor Johnson & llriggs. sold eight liiule at prices ranging from $200 lo ST-- Beckham spaks in Stanford, May 9th, at 1 o'clock. Don't fall to 2t hear him. Senator K - Hubble bought 3 ewes with 16 lambs following, them from drecn (ioocli of Wayncsbtirg. at $4 per head and has put them on kmsv F.ilward II. Illakr, of near Center wile, lunula last week from James litrnck. of Scott county, fourteen head of cattle, ateraginK aUuit 900 iounds, at ?7.ZS per hundred. McDowell & Fox, stock dealers of 18 DmuiIIc, sold to Robirt llright, head of steers and to of Hcdgcville, 10 head of steers, llrucc C.ijwood has sold bis farm of 120 acres in Mercer count), near IJur Kin, to lien Moutgomcr), for $7,500. l'oscssioii will be eivcu Ian I, 1115 Former Stale Senator K. 1.. tlubblc of this city. Is preparing to plant 60 acies in tobacco thi season. '1 his will prohahh be the largest crop planted in this section this year. Mrs. Tom I la) den, (.)vcii'lxn, reports that from February JO to April Mill from a pen of seicn White Wyandotte pullets she has rcccicd tggs aim iue arc sun lajing cer il.i, W'e hae succeeded in putting wool from Jllc to Jic and if it is extra nice, that If iu "ill p.iv a little more thanthan one behexe in having more litisvr. bring your wool to us. (.harlic and Ncwii Carter, Stanford R. C .vruold. one of Lincoln county's prominent slock dealers bought a cow and calf of I.cs Sloan, a Kpular ouug farmer of the Hubble section for and heifer from Mrs. Lawrence out on Crab Orchard mke for $12.50. ti. II Lutes, the prominent Ntock dialer of ihc Turnersillc section, sold 5l hogs weighing from 150 to 190 lbs at seven and a half cents. Mr. Lutes also sold 153 Iiojjs to a Lexington slock dealer. Price unknown. 'J he bunch of big cattle, sold. Iij Monte Fox, of Danville, at a Lebanon distillery last week, brought the enor-rno- it sum of $50)000. There were 5;0 head, averaging 1,150 pounds. They went to New ork, of course, where all the good Kentucky meat is gobbled d d Here is the "Biggest" Automobile in the Woiii tl 7 r C - wi i a r' .'"! i,' ' I" ' 1' r .J ffx- - " v tX . m , J. . , "T $!': i .13-- tf Maxwell $750 Extravagant Assertion? WHO WAS the "biggest general In the world? Napoleon, he con quettd Europe and he was WHO WAS the "blrvest" statesman in the world' llismark. be built the German Empire and he was SO YOU SEE MERE SIZE DOESN'T determine who nor what Is big. gest. It is achievement that confers that title "biggest." WE MAINTAIN thai the biggest automobile in the world is the one that does the blg'gest things and does bigger things than a bigger car can do at the same cost. which sells AND THAT CONFERS THE TITLE on the Maxwell J750, and which, though, of ample capacity for carrying five full grown adults anywhere any car will go, yet weighs only 1,650 pounds. THIS CAR CANNOT BE CALLED either small or Urge in inches. It "is neither a Napoleon nor a Blsmark in physical proportions but is a combination of both in efficiency and in competition. IT IS THE MOST FORMIDABLE rival other cars have ever encounter. Johnny-speeder- - Touring Car : ; . 5 Let's Analyze It! e TWO HUNDRED OLD BUGGIES Wanted To Paint and Make Look as Good as New. W. J. ROMANS LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Stanford, Ky., May BBOMLEY & BROMLEY, Stanford, Ky. Gentlemen: Your check in full payment of my claim for sickness filed with you a few days ago received, for which accept my thank:. The settlement was promptly and satisfactorily made direct with you, and I did not have to wait on the payment as is usually the case with Accident and Health policies. If I can speak a good word for you any time I shall be glad to do so, as every one should have one of your good policies. It is the best Very truly yours, I ever saw. J. H. BUSTLE 1, 1914. Clerk J. V. Hamilton has received from the State Auditor a check for $598.55 in pa incut for claims for (iarrard count) farmers, for sheen killed by dogs during the jcar 191.. This amount will pay the claims in full. A. P Adair & Son. of Bourltou the following sales of Durocs Two bred gilts to Thornton Hros.. Alabama; three bred gills to J (t. Redmon, Ilourbutt county. K) one bred gilt to Wesley Riddle. Utica, Ky.. and lxwr lo O. J. Keller, HarrUon county. Kv. One of the best sales of earling thoroughbreds rcixirtcd rcccuti) was consummated Saturday, in Lexington, when J C. Milam. of'Favette. c red of John Morris, of Ilosjpje Bonita Farm of ersailles. three high class umng-stcrall by Knight of the Thistte, and which com .Mr .Milam Sj.UUO. W II. Park possesses a remarkable msre. savs the Richmond CIiiiua. La5l week she gave birth to twin mules, making five sets of twins that she has brought The mare is comparatively toting and tier offspring lias brought High prices, one of her twin colts sell ing for $250. U. E Horton bought last week the toiiowim- - slock A cow and heifer from Cicero Murphy, of King's Mountain for $65: six head of cattle from L C Green of Mt. Olive at $30.50 per head: ami six hogs weighing 820 pounds at sevrn cents per pound: three hogs in the Wayncsburg section at seven cents per oottnd. a sow and pigs from John Curlis. of Wavneshtirg. for $18 anil a heifer from John Lee, of King's Moun. tain at $30. Tinley Spoonamore lost an old fam-il- v friend a day or so ago when bis hore drooped dead in the stable while eating. The animal was only 27 years old. but was apparently as well ami s oimd as a up to the hour of his demise He was eating away as uual when Mr. Spoonamore beard him fall over and when he went to ascertain the trouble, found him with life extinct. s. "", portioned out to Chicago and other large centers. There-livthe four' s flushers, the and the remittance boys. TO GET RID OF FREAKS-t- be experiments the unfit there la yosr But to farmers of the- East. West aad Sasrth yon cannot sell any but the latest model, made by a teiponslVIt coactra nor to the business men living outside the car abet sonca of (at big cities. AND SO in designing this car we set as our standard a car net oalv of the highest utility, efficiency and economy, but of style aad beaaty as well Because this car must appeaf to those who known business men and successful farmers who have pride plus and are entitled, " - , --; $1 ,' toll. SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY .DOLLARS is a lot of mosey to a lot of people and we designed this, cat lo meet the need, and de- ed s t i Y The "Dazey" Churn. Mr. W. H. Higgins : 'r The Churn I bought from you has the right name. It is the most satisfactory article a housekeeper can own. It churns quickly, gathers the butter nicely. I cheerfully recommend it to all housekeepers. The "Dazey" saves time, labor Very respectfully, and money. Mrs. James Messer. The Lair Sale good crowd was present at the sale of J. M. Lair, out on the Ottcn heiin pike Thursday. Live stock sol.J as follows under the ctoitcnl tongut of Col. J. V. Chandler: Family. hore to Clarence lloone. for $150 cow am1 calf to Dink Farmer for $o5; heifer to ; Win llroles for pair of three v car-ol- d horse mules to George D. lloone fo- - $258; sow to Shanks S. My-efor $15; shoats sold at $5 each and corn from $4.50 to $4.85, $4-1n. have embracedthe territory formerly held by both the cars, selling for very cheap, and the overly large, underly-efficie$1,000 and more. IT CONQUERS because it meets the needs and the ideas of the major). ty of informed buyers. It appeals at the same time to the logic of common sense and the sense of the beautiful ITS BEAUTY is shown in looks and in performances handsome Is as does and handsome as Is. THE BUYER WHO must take a peep into the purse before buying, here linds a car within his reach and made to his heart's desire. ON THE OTHER HAND, the buyer who is easily able to pay the first still more cost, but whose experience has taught him to look closely into maintenance cost afterward, finds in this, ear the one he has been looking for because it will d ud mote and at half the'upkeep do all any car willdo cost or less. COST OF UPKEEP increases as the square of the weight, the tire makers tell us. And Standard Oil dividends confirm the statement. CUT THE WEIGHT IN TWO and you divide the upkeep price by four! Get that it's the kernel how we protest BUT WE'RE A NATION of aristocrats no matter we're democratic, we are aristocrats. Every American deems himself of the Royal line. We have pride, plus more per capita thin any other people in the world. AND SO IT HAPPENS that your American .demands more than mere utility in the car he buys he wants tyle as well as sire. A FEW YEARS AGO a lot of misguided persons had a brilliant idea. They maintained that the "farmer's car" had not yet been built. WHEN ASKED TO SPECIFY, they said the farmer's car should look like a farm wagon or a dump cart oi some other familiar vehicle. air- SO THEY MADE A FEW OF of those ridiculous, and gleefully invited the farmer to came and cooled see. FARMERS DIDN'T COME they were too busy inspecting the latest soon went out So the 4 improvements in real automobiles. oi business. THAT PROMPTED US one day to make a little Investigation and to compile a few Statistics and what do you think? WE found that contrary to the prevalent supposition the best markets tor second-han- d cars were not what the blase call the "backwoods and the prairies," but Broadway and 42nd, New York, and Michigan Avenue, north of 30th and south of Congress, Chicago. "ALL THE RUBES LIVE ON MANHATTAN," r.nce said a famous showman. That was more than half true the othei 49 per cent, ate ITS CONQUESTS nt 1,650-poun- d, er 2,600-poun- d, "pstt-pattcrs- ," high-wheel- er mands of a lot of people. HAVE TO MAKE A LOT of them, 'to make them at all, at h trie, THOSE PEOPLE HAVE TO EXPECT, in the car they buy, something of which they may be proud,' as well as one that will' per-- v form the service. THAT WAS NO EASY TASK. In Jacl it was- -it had proven to bean Impossible task to other makers, other designers. JUST CONSIDER FOR A MOMENT. It's child's play to design Vi make a $5,000 car. Mechanically the latter presents no problem at all for the engineer can use any material and as many pounds as he pleases to achieve his results the buyer of such a car will not oaly pay the price but pay the "freight" also the tire and other raainten. ance bills. THATT CHILD'S PLAY as compared with the task set our engineers and metallurgists to design a touting car of ample capacity to take five full grown adults anywhere, over any roads, in comfort; SO STRONG it will withstand the usage and neglect such a car receives " at the hands of the average owner who drives but hasn't time er in. clination to care for it himself. SO LIGHT that the tire bills and the maintenance ciJtt will, like the pur. chase price, be within the reach of (hat "lot" of people who Insist an automobile should be an economy, not an extravagance; AND FINALLY of external design to conform to the current mode Of "streamline body," and finished and upholstered so that the wife and daughters will be just as proud of the appearance as the owner, of its performance. THERE WAS A TASK to test the skill and the experience and know, ledge of the best corps of engineers, and the learning of the best metallurgists known to this industry. '. AND THIS $750 MAXWELL IS THE RESULT. HAS IT OCCURRED TO YOU that in the entire history of this Indus-tr- y this is the first time that feat has been accomplished? Well it Is. AND WE CONTEND it is still impossible to any other concern any other organisation. WE WERE ?UCl LIARLY SITUATED ideally equipped to do it. Had no old models to get rid of none with which this would compel. We had the plants, the capital, the talent and the experience. You can't beat that combination. NOW READ THIS it's what you you are most vitally interested in deliveries SO YOUR MOVE IS-- io see (he car at once Have x thorough demon V H - r 0i ' get your order In Pay a deposit to guarantee delivery and to assure it at a time when others will be offering prcra. iums. Then you'll be able to rest easy in the knowledge that you've secured the greatest automobile value ever known. CATALOGUE ON REQUEST stration, THEN DON'T DELAY H. C. CARPENTER, STANFORD, KY. At Lincoln County National Bank Hogwallow News Harlow became stacv struck this wi-iand followed a ttiayic lantern show lo Tickvilte One of Isaac I Icllw anger's doys followed him to church last Sunday ami went inside, but got up and walked out before the sermon was half over ll may be t tic s)le now for women to have their backs photographed, but Miss Hosletta says the fellow that gets a tin of hers will hav.e to do so b'.'hiud her face. Poke i'.aily was seen at the Hok Ford church last third Sunday with a iKw pair of pants on. They are his old mes fixed up but this fad is not gen ll.IIv known. Miss Friwii- Allmp has been choen iorctarv of the Woman's Organization of the Hog Hill church. She his ImhikIu a pen and ink and will enter activil) upon her duties at once. Miss llvm has loiiu had a desire to enter the field of literature and is proud of tin opportunity mat now confronts her Ka , I Casehalm Karndyke Popular De Kal No. 82319 ii Go To This pure bred Holstein-Fnesabull was bred by Cae and Harrington of Lockwood, Ohio. He come of the highest breeding in every line, many of the best and most prominent strains that arc producing a large percentage of the great record cows. Will make the present season at Money due at the gate. One $3.00. mile north of Stanford on the Danville pike Brlght's Inn Farm, Stanford. 35 con-taii- tic T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House Q for SEED CORN, FIELD SEED and Garden Seed beWe, mimes low, iioiitivelv forbid any limiting or fishing and trespassing on our 00 whotie POSTED 0 nre $ signed O - Anton Tlioruiu, Rev. Fnt Iter Leo, Mrs. Ernestine Kuhl, Fred Uutc8, John Buiigh, John Meier, Muttio Hewed, A. J. Duujjlier-ly- , Ft ed VonQrueiiiKan, Ed Httllard, premises; POSTED. Jmob Gander, J. C. Hundley, Got-lie- b Colt Futurity COUNTY OF LII.s-OLTHE K. of P. FAIR ASSOCIATION WERE SO WELL PLEASED WITH THE SUCCESS OF THEIR FUTURITY STAKE OF LAST YEAR THAT THEY HAVE DECIDED TO HAVE IT AGAIN THIS YEAR. THE PURSE WILL BE 1100.00 AND AN ENTRANCE FEE OF $3.00 WILL BE THE ENTRIES WILL POSITIVELY BE CLOSED CHARGED. ON JUNE THE 1, 1914. ENTRY BLANKS, AND ANY FURTHER CHEERFULLY FUR. INFORMATION DESIRED WILL BE NISHED UPON APPLICATION TO Henke, John 51. Curter, S. B. C'nlclwfll, A. K. Culdwell, S. II. Uiitijihiniiii, J. II. Curler, Ilundy .Meiiile, A. J. Hnilcy, J. II. Myers, J. Frank Smith Father Leo. llcniv Jentsrh. Antr.ii Thomas, M D, I'lmore I' L, I'liompson, W 11 Cummins. For the Good of ike Neighborhood w tlas l'cck, who has had small-pofor the past three weeks, was in town hultirda evening sluking hands with lus iuan Iricuils, LIlic Hellwanger is being watching with curiosity, as he has not had on his Sunday necktie in over a month It i rumored that he has give up all hoc .iiii't Kaz Harlow received his new derby from Scars & Roebuck. After having read the almanac two or three tunes through it is still hard for Columbus Allsop lo understand what patent medicine has to do with the I'onditioii of the weather. I'ruf. Sap Spradlin got hint a memorandum book about a month agu,and carries it around with him for thefpur. mim of setting down all his thoughts thai amount lo any Hung m tar tie nas not had occasion to make any iiotu lions. Fb.ichcr llenstrp came in this morn that spring had ar ing with the lived at I'oiindinu: Ilillows. and that ever .'hod) was higiniitug to dig fishing worms. Spring will probably reach Hogwallow about day after tomorrow is w ait only eight miles west of that place x ri-o- BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of hisrhest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but off, and is And Uranus, jell us your paint needs today and wo will send you our 1' A INI UUUKree. It gives prices and , ouier vuiuudio inionnation. Finishes, Stains and Varnishes they will cost you 2.V,t les than other high grade Seal Paints M'i Copwy, U KeHtucky Paint (Incorporated) 513 W. Market SI. LOUISVILLE. KY. wnt avny ' HIGHEST MARKET VALUE PAID tOK HIDES'" SKINS JOHNWniTE&CO. LOUISVILLE. KV, tbl vicinity to Met a Uo th Mil thiu inert ! vtkiM of fara utd form product. An tllo U bU Ur thaa no lilo, but u fnar sat Ngf?oN ouly while the silo U new tolutrly aatUficd-ubut forever, Tht Millnc contract thty have autbortitd u to make with you ta moat liberal. In fact it enable, you to own au Indiana rlilo and to pay for It a. ll pays you. Ivt u. ciplala it to you, ESTABLISHED 1837 Calls taswirri Prmwly lay ir Nlckt W. P. KINCAID, Sec'y Stanford, Kentucky Dr. JihuC-Mk- , V.S.I D. :: is better than any other silo. It is made of the bet materials, designed iu the most scientific manner, lasts longest, cost . least for upkeep ami rcpairi and preserve your elUgc better tuucil better. The Indiana Silo Company bts Instructed ut to act that every owner of an Indiana silo 1. ilx gt br bast ai'iiltr.tlout. at tliey onnot rraiH Ibt dlxau-urtlun uf lb ear Ibrro la uuly out y to eur uVafiH-M- , ami lliat la br ruoailtultou. la I'lO-- lJ br aa laBauied tl rrmrdle. ronilllluu ft tba iiiuiuus lluluar ( lh Kuatarblan Tut-- . Wben tbl lulw la lunanird yuu hart ruiublln- trniud or loiTfl bmlng, and labru it la lutlnlr ibwd Ikafura la !!" rrwill, and aud nnlra tbe lunuioujatjou ran U t.lru out beartu lit iwrui.l roudlllon, ibla tuU rrttun-ing Kill U ilratnyrd furover, ulu raam out of leu ar cauwd l 1'atarrb. whleb la iiutlilnK but au luBauu-- i ruudltUiu ut tbe luucuUt aurfscr. We will (lev out lluudreil UilUr fvr aur rata by catarrh) that rauuot ba of lieafue. ouu-rured ly Haifa CaLrrb Cult, fkud fur clrcu lara. frea. 1 J, CI1KNKV k CO., Toledo, 0. fold by PrutiUte, T.V. Tab llali'a family I'lUa for runtlitloB. Deafness Cannot Be Cured t PAINTING TIME IS HERE HOUSE PAINT FOR INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. VARNISH IN ALL COLORS, AND BRUSHES TO PUT IT ON, AT Dr L . Ik iry Casfy J Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Office Phone 194: Residence 204 STANFORD, KENTUCKY Veteriotiy Silken W. P. KINCAID, STANF0M), DANVILLE, XY KY. OPFICX NXXT LOOAITt iTAWH L.L SANDERS. Crab Orchard. f V ,