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BBBWaaaNBMBBMBaaaBaaaca!; MMaaUUM AAAUt MY A The Interior Journal STANFORD. LINCOLN COUNTY. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MAY 3. 1914 public-spirite- Thli Piper Stopi When Your Tta is op Watch tht Datt On Libtl m4 Kcatw Yonr Subscription Promptly. j3 ...-j ' TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS WARM RACE DEVELOPS FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE ri. aaW- i-- BL .4 " E. A" i V like a mom lily average, lite might become a trifle i .w (MM at times. Iiut with the prospect oi y such midnight visitations and the uit- certainly at to'.wliotil they will visit ncxi. icitui a Keen iingc i cxciicmciu JI ? which aeeps ine oiuesi innauitanis ironi W aruWiiw blare or xufferinir from too .;- Promiatat Maa Dies la NichoUsflllt REV. HOMER CARPENTER HUERTA APPEARS TO IE BIG CROWD EXPECTED 11 R Soarks, aged 74 died Saturday IN TOWN SATURDAY AT END OF HIS ROPE PRESIDENT OF STATE C. E. night at Nicholasvillc after a linger-in- g illness. He was a member of the i'a Clethlag Stcrt City Council, a former State Senator Big Delsgitlons From This Section of Beckham to Speak in Stanford In Hii Mexican Dictator in Dire Straits And May Abdicate Latest Gossip ? Might Bat Fail to Oct Campaign for Nomination for and one. of the most d State go to Convention at Frank44 IVM ta Safa From Seat of Trouble citizens in Nicholasvillc. He amassed U, S. Senator fort Saturday quite a fortune and did more to build Mexico City, May 5. The Iron and rtmrajtar did not visit Stanford on up that town than any other man He Dig delegations from Stanford, LanIndications are that an unusually MtMIIHT CALL -- tions to include the entire Mexican problem. Carranza, declining the suggestion of a truce, asserted a sttspen sion of hostilities "would only accrue to the benefit of Huerta in the civil war now going on in Mexico between the Usurper Huerta and the Constitutional Army under my command." Suffragettes Turn Out in Large bers Saturday Penny Beats by two Votes Numrtt ill & 1'town r j was the last of six brothers and leaves two children, one daughter. Mrs. Marshall Ciiierrant, of Louisville, and one sou, R. M. Sparks, of Nicholasvillc, alv one granddaughter, Mrs. Hogan Ballard, of llryanlsville, Hi' funeral was held at the residence Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock lie is FjjPcThe "Midnight Ma rainier" at novels ffpnrrallv knnun iti llir tthnr t" u Stanford on his scheduled visit Monday night This time the clothing emporium of that opular mcr. yjtfkant bam Rohinson, next to the Lincoln County. National Hank, was enter ,, ed, but the visit was fruitless. Mr Rob-., hyon, with rare.forethought had insnrancc, In ennsc-qttence. although the robber chiseled bff the combination and opened the out-- " er floor of the bis iron safe, he was .unable to open an inner compartment, by.a trel door, in winch Vm atjci reposed ana unless nc ncqicii nun-seto the latest style, toggery, with hich Mr. Robinson's store is so well supplied, his mission was fruitless So far lion ever, nothing in the clothing line, has been missed as et. The night was a splendid one for a burglary, rainy and, windy and it is for .probable that tlie thief worked many hours on the safe, undisturbed by any one. He Rained entrance by com-Ithrough the back yard and prizing off the iron b.irs which Ritard a rear Window and after lie had finished, 'the- front door and walked out, rerv'carclessfy, leaving the door, unlocked. Mr Rolfnson had $500 burglar Insurance, which will more than cover the damage to the safe. M lf n il - u was HENRY JACKSON TALKS Popular Boyle Democrat "Mentioned" For Congress, Makes Statement County Attorney Henry Jackson, of I'oyte, came over from Danville on Ic gal business Monday and shook hands with a good many friends on the stYfct Mr Jackson after it was concluded has been "mentioned" very strongly at a camliilate tor Congress A tricutl from Iloyle, who was with him declared that he is a sure starter and would make a great race. When asked about his plans and intentions, Mr Jackson said "This rainy weather we arc having is going to prevent the farmers from getting their com planted for some fear, and tlie present indica time. will tions are that the precipitation continue indrfinltclv " To all of which his auditors gave hearty concurrence. a it was raining Cats and dogs at the time 1 STEER DRAGS HORSE DOWN Peculiar Mlsbap on Fox Dudderar's VUct with Gray Mare the Victim well-know- n & l"!!Li "H' ft. iSa4 W fy-- ' i"" Duddcrar, the near Rowland, came near loint; his old Rray family mare in an week, unusual sort of accident last while he was driving oer Ids phce. Iwkins at his feeding cattle Mr Duddcrar had some corn in his buggy and a Salter hatiRinR over the seat He lefrthr hors and rip standinR while lit w diked over the field, inspecting his steer. One of the brec. eed, came up behind the Ihir-K- and thrust his head under the scat after the corn In so ilount he became entangled in the halter and becoming frifjhtened. beoan to endeavor to back ,, V4..t.. scr tr.e or pat and be brnucht the rig right fonR with him Ofl Gray, was takrn " liv such an unusual wholly unaware .SlalC Ol auairj, nun nciuir sue rii. what was whit, tlie steer nan iiracgeii her ilown The now thoTouchlv frenzied bovine, was kicking and nlunfting amt lurkins ilnu-- a lull, with tlie norse thrown dowrr and dragging along. ?nd rtcus damaae would hae been .Wyie, to both animalv had not Mr w T)udilrrar notired th disturbance ami "mana?ed to lilierate the ter beore further injury was ncctmlbcd A H was the marc w.as considerably skinncil m 'and bruised, scent-inc.tl-n pax Fins Plceis for Hereford Cattle W. II Curtice has sold recently from Ins near Shelby villc, a herd head, fur of Hereford cattle, fiftv-si- x J17.1.15, an average of $.W6 each. Among tlie largest sales to single buyers were the following To A it Cook, of Hcl-tnMont.. Ileatl Perfection. No. Zi bv Old Perfection, out of a Ileatt Don-aicow. for $J,(XX), and ten heifers for $2,500; to Tnymas Mortimer, of Madison, Neb. twentv head of yearling calves for $4.5' to V. II Roc. of Shelby county, Ileau Perfection. No Zi. a bull and five heifers lor ?l.7$0 Mr Curtice will ship Ins slioiv herd on July I, to Calgarv, Alberta Providence. Canada, to make the rntire circuit of the provincial and Dominion f.nr. after which they will be on the big circuit in the states, concluding the, e.isoii with the royal and international hovs l'ine-1'ara. d Prisoners Get Their Earnings i Stunt, in the Franklin Circuit Court, Saturday decided in favor oi prisoners suing the Mate Pruou Hoard lor a per capita allowed of their earnings under the prison labor contract from lunclS. 191(1. to Auirmt 1. ! 'J 1J. The law permitting the prison Hoard tj auow prisoners pari ot tneir earnings became operative June 13, 1910, and tlie board did not allow the prisoners anv ugust. portion of their earnings until 1V1J. buicc that day the prisoners have drawn in wages aliout $50,00) per year lie decree of tlie court rcnuires tlie prison board to meet here and set apart lor the. prisoners a ilaily allowance: ot their earnings from June 15, 1910, t August 1, 1912 J tidy 1 - . V Condiff-5e- U w m, f' &i. to & county, was awardetj f4,000 damages in the ltovlc Circuit Court Friday afternoon for being put off an excursion The tasc "train at Ludlpw last Augul wis one'of "the, most stubbornly conbeen tried at IJamille tested 'that :has in years An apiejl will be taken to the, court. of Appeals '"An iniHirtant feature of the case was the decision of Judge Hardin that the law parsed by the legislature 'Creating the office of Trying to Get Hotel For Danville .railway policemen is unconstitiitional.-Damlf- lc (Lexington Leader) Advocate State Senator Hon M. J Farm, Jr., Logan Cald-we- d Charles V Montgotnerv, of Liberty was and 11 H Price, all of Danville, one of CundifPs lawyers ar in the city for a few days attending the races. While here the three Alfalfa Opposite Bell Coutthouse gentlemen, who are among the most Judye It v I'll ".on, with other men active of Danville's boosters, have been who are interested in doing something holding a conference with local capfor the farmers of Hell count), has se- ital looking to the erection of a new cured a vacant plat of nearly an acre, hott I in Danville opposite 'the court house in I'incville, It In understood that the erection of and wilt experiment in growing alfal- a medem hotel in Danville is regardfa, clover and grasses The land will be ed as a most profitable investment, laid off in squares and some twelve but that capital lias been reluctant to varieties will be sown atep in, as Iviih . tt i,f"jtrtcen mm ..j "Bwriecd will be furnished by and lo til ion on the part of the. Danville Kenso'vn under the direction of the people to finance the proposition tucky Agricultural Department, The inactivity for the pat , has led some of Lexington's Montgomery, Dead capitalists to infer that outside money Mftttitr of Elder News comes from Liberty, in Casey, will be welcomed in Danville for inthat Mrs. Rachel Montgomery, aged 84 vestment in hotel property. Mr. Farm mother of Elder J. Q. Montgomery, and this morning said that this was true grandmother of Senator C S. Mont- and that the hotel proposition was one gomery, died at her home there Satur- of the best business opportunities that day. Mrs. Montgomery was a noble now existed in Danville Christian woman and had many rcla-tni- 's Two Good Ball Games and loved ones in Lincoln counThe Georgetown College baseball ty, who vvijl mourn that she is no more. at team defeated Central University Danville Saturday by a score of 3 to A Tiny Farm for a Dime Land is cheap. "I'or easy figuring 2 I'he K. S D. bae ball team .defeated lleunett Memorial School at let us say it is worth $100 an acre the Sue Ky., Saturday, by the score of A square rod, then, is worth only $1, London. 10 to 3. Jasper pitched fof the deaf ten cents' worth will be a little more U M S. The Mpaarc feet, or a bovs and Dees for the S. than twentv-scve- n i...l (,r..i ilmliik' mort than live feet next game will be played on Monday .... it,, atilr llnu nfiiii a boy will May I lth, when the London boys will waktc a dune and think nothing of it. play in Danville. For dime, lie can buy una enougn 10 Mule Sales Near Elliabetbtown hold a flower bed. four hills of clover A big crowd attended the mule sale or a peach tree; the boy who can save a dime can become rich. Make a dune held recently by L. L, Kennedy and P. look like a tiny faun. The boy who T Mailer, of F.lizahcthtown. and good learns to save a dime and to know prices prevailed, Havdeu Igleheart was values wilome day come into Ins own. the auctioneer, and .11 head went under t)ie (Minuter A number of mules were From the llreedcrs Gaictte. sou privately Purchases ol mines Gov. Beckham speaks in Stanford, troni L L. Kennedy, were Alex Heady six to two. JM.fcl; W, A Brandenburg, May 9th, at 1 o'clock. Don't fail 2t $915. R 11 Park. I. $155; Taylor Wat-kin- s, hear him. W J lloyd. one. $215. one DON'T fall to see the big Mutual R F. Hancock, two fJ75, O T Picker-il- l, two J.580' Rorcr &. Harned, two Special, in three parts, "Seeing-Sout- h Ajnerica. with Col. Roosevelt, at the 1505; Char. Wise, two $330. Clarence 35-- 2 istjkra house Friday night. Piwson. one. $120, Virgil Nicholls. one, $147,50. C. L. Pemhcrson. one, $175 K. M, Telephone Directors to Meet Total for 22 head. $1,697.50. Purcliarcs of mules from P T Stader were-- W The directors of the King's .Moun$A2?, l, IX Highbaiigh tain Fanners' Telephone Co.. will hold T llrown. three. Vira meeting at Highland at the school- - one. $190. M H. Miller, two $402. gil Nicholls. one $190; Taylor Watkins R Park, , Jth. for the- purpose of electing officers. one. $170mules,II $1,097. one $120. Total for nine ''' ttrillnw rnimilpvloll U dllf tO a tOrtllll l ; - '.Uvor. UERR1NIS purifies and gives Dizziness vertigo, (blind staggers) fhtulence are sympV'sW liver and bowels strength and re- - sallowofcomplexion,liver No one can feel a torpid the rosy bloom of health to tlie toms Prirr Wkv Sold bv SllUgars well while the liver is inactive is a powerful liver stimulent, A Stanford, l.vnc Uros., crao ilner or two will cause all bilious symp Try it. Price 50c toms to disappear. Stanford, ehiwin' fwtwe at (Jpera house FrMay Lync i.Droi., Crab nmn stor. Orchard. oa- ssssv, t. ck C Cundlff, countylclerk ot Casev 800 i'"" JJaraases Owls to Meet Wednesday Night Craig Thomas, official organuer. of of the order of Owls, has been here several days tins week wjth Dr J T in the Hammond, who u work of organization in this section, lliev are meeting with very grati.ii.d fying stuco. a large number having signified their intention of joining this iHipular order. The local members will liavc their first meeting here in the K P. hall Wednesday night at 7.J0 when all are expected to be present so that organization may be effect ed and the local nest get down to busi- nesv aiting caster, Richmond and other points in this section of the stale went on the excursion to the Christian Endeavor Convention at Frankfort Saturday. It wa decided to hold the 1915 session at Ucrea. Officers elected for the ensuing year were; President Rev If W. Carpenter, of Shelby v tile. Anderson, Charles of augliu,1 Secretary -- Miss Margaret of Louisville. Superintendent, Tenth Legion II. E.. Dickens, of Lexington. Superintendent of Junior Work Miss Nell Williams, of May slick. Work-M- iss Superintendent of Prison Georgia Dunn, of Marksburg, Suerintendcnt of the Introductory Department Miss Grace Dryden, of Lexington. During the day the banners of the Gimtian Endeavor :ocictties were presented, the Mizpah Society of the Uroadway Christian church, Lexington, winning the senior one and the Frankfort Christian church winning that to the juniors. it was announced during the evening that upwards of $1,000 had been subscribed to the cause of Christian Endeavor during the convention. An address by Rev C II Roving, of Fulton. Mo, on the "Future Leadership of the Church" at the morning session, was one of the many interesting features with which it aliounded At the altcrnoon session the chief features were the junior hour, conducted .iv Miss Veil Williams, and the prison hour, followed by several addresses of interest to the delegates. Three of the Frankfort pulpits were occupied by visiting preachers Sundav morning At the First Christian church the Rev D. A. Poling, of Ilostoii occupied the pulpit The Rev Karl Lehman, field worker of the world for the who hails from Denver, Col, f E. preached at the First Methodist church Presbyterian and at flic Southern church the Rev C R Roving, of Fulton, Mo, delivered the sermon. of baturelay s session lhe at was the "sunmc prayer meeting six o'clock on the Old Capitol step, two hundred attended and the meeting lasted an hour. Hie experiment was considered a gratllyiug success. On Muid.i) the e. L. held services at the State Prison and afterward adopteu resolutions favoring national prohibilhe delegate's gathered at the tion, penitentiary at 6 ociock and remained until noon. 'I hey enjoyed the Irecdom lhe Ludeavor bociety of the prison, of the prison and the delegates held union meetings in which noted prisoners, Henry otitsey, Curt Jett, Charles vXcndlmg, and others participated. Karl l.eiunaiiii, international secretary and 1). A. Polling, superintendent of tlu reform work of the national organizaregarded tion, made addresses It was a successtul meeting. The set program of devotional and consecration services was carried out. lliose who went from here were, Mrs. Eliza Ul.un, Mrs. J. N. Saunders, Miss bopln.i Saunders, Mrs. (. G. Perry, Uetlie MeCann Perry, Mrs. J. U. PaMon. Miss Jean Paxtoii, Jas Paston, Mrs. H. D. Phillips. Miss Jessie Lee Phillips. Mrs Mary Welch. Mrs. Logan McCall, Mrs J II. Woucr. Misses Elizabeth and .Nancy Kunn. Mrs. Nellie Rallou, Joseph Uallou, Mrs. Jessie Sugg, Mi Elizabeth Stagg. Mrs. W. P Kiucaid. Miss Lizzie Davison, Allie Russell Fish, Craig Fish, Annie Kath-erin- e Matheny, Robert Embry, Harvey Miss Marion Grimes, Miss Enibry, Mats) Grimes. Miss Ruth Darnal. Miss Snpliroma Fox. Miss Sallic M. Craig. Miss Lottie Carson and Miss Emma Hays. crowd wilt be in Manfordon Saturday next, May 9th, when J. C W Ucckhain speaks here at the courthouse in the interest of his candidacy for the United States Senate. Gov. Ileckham has always been a great favorite in Lincoln county and lie is going to receive a large vote here in the primary on August 1st. He spoke at Lebanon Monday and the courthouse was not larg enough to hold the crown turned out to hear him. Politici ans all over the state, whether they arc for Ucckhain, or not. are begin, nmg to concede that he has made a runaway race of the senatorial contest and many of his enthusiastic friends are claiming that lie will get more votes that lioth Stanley and ?m Creary combined Gov Ileckham will speak at Perryville, Royle county, on Friday afternoon. large Ex-Go- "'" Stanley at Wavnexburg Congressman Owsley Stanley, who is also making a speaking tour of the stale as a eatididale lor the Senate, was to have spoken at Wayncsburg' but on account ot the rainv weather few turned out, and after conferring with his friends. Mr Stanley came on to Stanford, and went from here Tuesday to Paint Lick where he was schediiltd for a speech this afternoon Senator R L Hubble, Carroll Shanks and J. S Owsley. Jr., who arc among his leaders in this county, went down to Wayncsburg in a car. to hear him and brought him back to Stanford where he spent the night as the guest of Mr. Shanks, Beckham Club in Danville An enthusiastic meeting of Reckbam men was held at the court house Saturday afternoon The meeting was largely attended and Col Evans. Mr. R. J. Durham anil others delivered in teresting talks Mr R. J. Durham was elected president: Dr I E Caldwell. vice president. Mr Robert Reed, vice-president. Mr George i locker, secretary and treasurer, and Mr Eugene Pope, as istant scretary and treasurer. These gentlemen wil make a very aggressive fight for the Rardstoun man Danville Advocate C BEEF CATTLE FEEDERS To Meet at Lexington to fncpect cially Fed Beeves Spe- ,. News of the Churches C. The District Convention of llie-T U will be held at Harrodsburg on May 12th and 13th Every local union is expected to send a full delegation and all visitors who desire to attend arc cordially invited services at 'he Presbyter- LITTLE BOY'S EYE BLOWN OUT ian church on Wednesday evening. May Rev W T When Some Dynamite Caps He Found ft. at 7.30. Isaiah 6 chapter Overstreet, of Perryville. will preach at Exploded in his Hand the Presbyterian church on Sunday, W Mid-wee- k number of Lincoln county cattle feeders arc planning to attend the meeting of the beef cattle feeders of Kentucky which will be held at the Kentucky Expci iniciit Sutiult farm, Lexington, on Monday, May 11 at 10 o'clock for the purK)se of inspecting the steers on experiment feed, two lots of which are ready for the market. One lot of steers which is now ready to be sold wa given a ration of ear corn, cottonseed meal, cottonseed hulls and a limited amount of clover hay Another lot of the same weight at the beginning of the experiment and now fat. was given corn silage in addition to the feeds, the car corn fed being equal to that of the first tot mentioned less the amount of corn contained in the silage Two other lots of lighter weight steers at the beginning of the experiment have been fed similarly to the last mentioned, with the exception that the ration has been so limited in the amount as to secure a moderate gain during the winter, with the view of finishing these cattle on grass without grain during the coming summer This experiment will throw some light on the gams that can be secured on cattle on pasture which have received corn silage the previous wintcrin comparison with oilier cattle receiving the same ration with the exception of the silage Careful statistics as to the gains of the cattle in the various lots as well as the amounts and cost of feeds given have been kept, and will be presented at this meeting Two lots of these steers will be sold by or on May 11. Ml interested in the feeding of beef cattle arc invited to attend this meeting above-name- them-selve- s, s " chMrcb of Wil ''"he Fint liamrbtirghaV completed arrangements for putting in a $3,000 pipe organ in iln-irlinrrh. The church at Williams burg is a very handsome and modern sttitcture and the organ that they will put in will be a very handsome one. lhe entire plans and specifications of the new organ have been submitted to Mrs. J E, Martin, of Jellico, who is an accomplished pipe organist, for the inspection and approval. 'i Kentucky Raptists contributed to a mission fund of $1,000,000 solicited bv the llaptist church of the United States, according to an announcement made by the Rev. W D. Powell, secretary of the Raptist State hoard of Missions The amount raised in this state, he said, was $5,000 more thin was asked for by the national body, and. of this amount $47,870 will 7 lie used for foreign missions and for home misions, Dr Powell declared the Northern States closed their campaign with a heavy deficit, and that the large contributions of the southern stalci uni'ouhtedly would make the to. tal sunt reach the $1,000,000, mark. Women's missionary societies in Ken. lucky, he said, took an active interest in the campaign, and it was largely to their efforts that more than $0,UK was raised in this state. r $33.-ZX$35,-3S- May 10th. "st'jt Parksville. May 4. Jack Reaglr, son of Mr. and Mrs south ot E. It Ucagle, who reside Parksville, found some dynamite-cap- s last week and not realizing the awful danger, lighted a match, causing the cap to explode, tearing away the thumb two middle fingers on one hand, and destroying the sight of one eve. Mr. Ucagle and family came to Uoyle conn, ty from Tennessee a few years ago and liavf made many friends who sympathize with them and deeply, klcplore the horrible accident. Mr. Ueagle had recently, been using some dynamite ami supposed he had placed the dyna-mit- e where the children would not find He with Ins physician. Dr W. V, it Sparrow, and the injured 1kv, left for The Louisville Wednesday morning. sight of the child's eye having been destroyed, and to much inflamed it was deemed a necessity by the surgeons to remove the eye in order to save the boy's life. Commencement at Hustonville Handsome invitations have been issued by the graduating class of the Hustonville High School, reading as -- tt $!. Gov. Beckham speaks In Stanford, May 0th, at 1 o'clock. Don't fail to 2t hear him. ' HER-B1N- cu Cattle Poisoners at Work in Marion Some one with evident intent to poison 20 head of fine caHle poured Parts green in the feeding troughs at the bam ot C R. Harmon near Lelauon last week Fortunately two of his sons dis. covered the miisou and drove the cattle out and closed the barn. Dr. Hobbs has since been doctoring the "catlie eight which were very sick. The case Rheumatism Quick Cured is being worked up by Chief Thompson "My sister's husband had an attack ami Sheriff Garin and also Chief Grace, of rheumatism In his arm," writes a of Springfield. well known resident of Newton. bwi s llarbed wire cuts, ragged wounds, "I gave him a liottlc of ChamU-rhin'collar and harness galls heal up quickly Lininrcnt which he applied t his arm rbetiMii-tiswhen UALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT and on the next morning the nuisptilir was gone." For chronic it annlied. It is both healing and an ..!.... . ,... ...ill I!m,I a...,1.!,.,. I . tiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per lot. I tie. Sold by Shugars Drug -- Storn ter than Chamberlain's Liniment. Sold by all dealers. Stanford. Lyne Rros., Crab Orchard. -- The graduating class of the Hustonville High School announce the Tenth Annual Commencement on Friday evening May the fifteenth nineteen hundred and fourteen at eight o'clock Christian Church Motto Out of the harbor; out of the deep. ' Class Roll Walter Rryan Moser, Allen Ray Evans. Alfred Dodd Skinner, Ernest - Ford, Winston Uowinau Mvcrs, Lena Elizabcih Russell Class Colors Old Gold and Rlaclc. Class Flower Carnation. follow m The hottest election held In, Stan Refugee Story at Vera Cruz ford in a long time developed in the Vera Cruz, May 5. Many Ameri- race for School Trustee of the Stancan refugees continue to arrive from ford Graded School district between the capital and they bring divergent George L. Penny and P. M. McRohertSr on Saturday, Penny winning by a ma-- V Arstories of the situation there. rangements arc being made today to jorily of two votes over Mr. McRoli-crt- s. The vote was Penny 177, McRob-crt- s senu a naval vessel to Puerto, Mcx-i- c 175, Much interest was aroused i, R .i.cU a large number of refubetween the friends and partisans of gee due there luesday morning. each candidate and the result was in Today's arrival from Mexico City of doubt until the polls closed at six o'reiori a growing undercurrent feeling against the Huerta regime and clock Unusual interest attached to the electell of a rumor of a rupture between Huerta and General Ulanquct, min- tion by reason of the part played by ister of war. It was the latter with the women voters, Under the present the crack Twenty-nintregiment that law in Kentucky, womcnfarc entitled took the military coup which result- to suffrage in schoil elections, but this ed in the downfall of President Fran- was the first clcct'on in Stanford in which they have voted in any considcisco I. Mailcro Some of the returning Americans erable iiuin'icis. Winn (be fight vrarrrs-c- d up between the two named candiwho claim to have information from those close to Huerta declare he is dates, however, the workers for each, reiterating to confidants that he will got busy with the ladies Automobiles never resign, but talks of the possi- carriages and buggies were brought bilities of coup against him. Sev- into play and the gentler sex seemed to result eral of the American business men as become as interested in the several the voters say the foreign diplomatic representa- exceptionally of the sterner sex, good campaigners having tives counseled them not to leave the developed among the ladies. capital; that there was no necessity been There were two trustees to be electto do so, as there was practically no ed, the terms of Dr W. B. OTiannon danger and the whole situation would and G. L. Penny having expired. The be clarified soon. elections were for three-yea- r terms. The refugees generally expressed r the law the two receiving the disappointment at the lack of any in- highest vote were declared elected. No dications of an advance of the Ameri- opposition developed to the cans on the capital. They say the of Dr O'Rannon and he polled a total best class of Mexicans share this of 337 votes, while Mr Penny received v lew. 177 and Mr. McRoberts 175. Of the There is speculation in official cir- vote cast for Mr. Penny 135 were cast cles regarding the disposition of the by milf voters and 42 by the ladies customs revenues of this port, said while Mr McRoberts received 99 male to aggregate over a million dollars votes and 76 of the women's votes. m gold a month. Thc Federal officers So far as known the election passed who fled inland took important papers off quietlv and in perfect good humor from the custom house files and it is between the friends of each candidate. difficult for the American officials to With the exception of one little untowclear up business in the warehouses ard event, but as it has been the inor to ascertain the exact distribution variable policy of the Interior Journal that has formerly been made of the to refrain from mention or detailing of revenue. Mexican customs receipts "cussing matches" which sometimes are pledged in part as security for the occur between men of prominence in old national loan and the remainder the community it follows its usual cuswas pledged by Huerta for the tom in this instance and only regrets French loan. that anv thing happened to mar the For the present all the customs re- rteice and proprieties of the occasion. ceipts will be impounded to await tt On Monday there were unconfirmed ru notions from Washington. Several mors that the friends of Mr McRobcargoes have been unloading during erts thoucht of contesting the election the last few days and more ships are but rn whit grounds have not been"' reported as cleared for this port from learned. , the United States and Europe so that Col Jno W Rout and Wallace Sinthe accumulated receipts will soon gleton acted as election officers, to the reach a considerable amount. satisfaction of all ernccrncd. The demand for fractional American currency was suddenly increased A New View of the Silo Question today when II. M. Robinson, superinMissouri farmers, as well as those m tendent of the United States railway rtat! service, who has taken charge of Kentucky, are beginning to realize the advantage of feeding from silos, 'lhe the postoffice, placed American. postage stamps on the market and stipu- FiiUon, Mo., Gazette quotes one as say"A silo full of good, rich, juicy Pebels Hold Entire Northern Border lated that they must be paid for in ing: makes me think of a great big lectT mericaii inoncv. Hrowusvillc, Tex., May 4. For the jar of preserves, put up when fruit is When mother lirst tune since the present revolution MERCER BOY'S full of EXCITING TIME fresh and the top flavor. big jar a peach began, the Mexican Constitutionalists of a of unscrews Thursday were in control of the entire Son of preserves and gives a boy all he wants Col. E. H. Gaither, of Harrodsnottli.rn frontier of Mexico divided by ot it, it makes him feel just like I burg In Fighting Down in Mexico the Rip Grande from Texas. Four imagine, a hungry steer feels when the strategic garrison towns and 800 miles silo lid lifted News comes from Harrodsburg that goodis preservedfrom the dishedand that of rich land arc included in the terri com is out inCol. E H Gaither, an attorney of that tory. In fact, a silo filled to a feed trough city has received a message from Mex- with the products of the cornfield, The rebels completed their control of the section last week when Nuevo ico giving the details of an exciting sealed up and held for winter, is nothLaiedo and Picdras Negras were oc- - experience of his son. Ike Gaither, who ing but a big jar of preserves. cupid without the firing of a shot with two brothers, Edgar and Morton ".Have you ever stopped to think George Gaither, are m what and an Previously .Matamoras, a waste there is to the field of opposite Mexico uncle. Rrownsvillc. at the mouth of the Kto that Ike Gaither was located near Jaopa, com juices is not put in the silo how Grande, and Juarez, where revolutions that fill shuck, blades and ind about a year ago a valuable sad- the are made, were tjie important northern dle marc was stolen from him by stalk count for nothing in particular, a because of the heat, points under th'" sway of Wntistiano rain and exposure Federal garrison of band of Mexicans and young Oaithcr to the elements' When the corn is Carranza. The declared he would kill any Mexican he Nuevo Laredo and Piedras Negras caught riding enher When the recent cut up and canned and then fed as evacuated their own suddenly after hostilities silage all substance broke out, Gaither made his there is stock get sap, the era way stalk, blades, I'ntted States forces landed at in it to era Cruz just as the Ameri- shucks, cobs and Cruz giain. Nothing ! landing cans He joined them lost In departing the Federals did what and were fight except the roots and thp stubblr. that followed, he obin the damage the v could by fire and dynaserved a Mexican soldier riding the Makes me think of the saying that a mite. Nuevo Laredo almost being de- mare that had been stolen from him modern packing house uses all of a stroyed. Then the Constitutionalists and promptly shot and killed him and pig except his squeal. marched in and look possession with- recovered the animal 'Not only that" ltok what it means crop in out resistance of towns around which Edgar Gaither. who is a mining en- to get the and into shape to feed out of manv stubborn battles had raged. At gineer, was at Guanjuata and Morton the field good shelter before announced, business loth places, it was I don't George winter weather comes on was at know of anything a farmer can invest rapidly resumed and normal Gaither San Louis Potosi and will be was in Mexico when the trou- in conditions restored. that will pay him better. If every out and force ble broke got into the two last named farm in the county had a silo and if The remnants of Guajardo's brothers Mexico City with from Picdras Negras and of the Nuevo their uncle anil it is hoped all got out every mile of road was dragged regularly the Kingdom would be almost Laredo Federal garrison arc believed safely. to be scattered. Just get one of Col. Gaither. his father, is a Spanish an er.rthly paradise. it War veteran. Previous to that he com- thoe big ars. fill it full of chopped, green sweat ond sweetArmy in Charge of Vera Cruz manded the State troops at Frankfort en, andcorn,itand let isn't likr opening a jar of if v era Cruz, May contest at peach preserves 4th. The task of during the Gocbel-Taylopen guarding the city of era Cruz and us Frankfort and also had charge of the stuff is out of toseason, it when, green then I don't Stati- - In Mips in Harlan and Perry counuivirous was taken over Iroin the know how to make comparisons. The by Ungadier General Frederick Funs-io- n ties to squelch the feudists. Edgar It. beauty of it, is it answers the purpose and the Fifth Infantry Urigade, U Gaither. father of Col. E, II Gaither. of preserves and several othei good was a Colonel in the Mexican War. and things." S. A. While martial law still is continued his company was the first to enter Mex ico City in 1848. He was three times in force the actual municipal governSolons and Soldiers ment is being conducted by Robert J. voted the thanks of Congress for his Maurice J. Far-n- s. . Since Representative Karr, the American Civil Governor, gallant conduct. Jr., of Uoyle county, started the who enlisted the aid of Mexican offiball by making application to the UnitGnv. Beckham speaks in Stanford, cials to act with him in accordance May 9th, at t o'clock. Don't fail to ed States ar Department to enlist a with Mexican law. company of cavalry in the event of war by the bear him. 2t After a morning enlivened wjth Mexico, Representative Stanley marching of large bodies of American F. Reed, of Mason, now comes along soldiers, sailors and marines the city Local Garage Changes Hands resumed its normal and somewhat F. D. Pennington and H. L. Uailey, and wants the authority to organize a military sleepy daily life. The evening, howhave bought out J. O. Reid's garage land of company for service in the the greasers The past session ever, was made gay by outdoor dinner and will operate it in the future as the of the Legislature was so roundly abusparties at the numerous cafes and rest- Lincoln Garage Co. Mr. Uailey' who is ed that it has been suggested that the aurants, accompanied by music and an expert machinist and experienced in membership might "make good" and sometimes by dancing. every sort of auto building and repairmerican troops began their ing will be actively in charge of the re- redeem itself by enlistng in a Iwdy for The seivice in the Mexican war. The only disembarkation at an early hour. Once pair department. trouble about such an outfit, however, on shore they were lined up along the might be that as all of them were leaddocks and in the tailroad yards and An Error in your Newspaper ers in the last session, all of them betore noon all had' marched to the T he editor of an exchange doesn't might want to be officers in the nro- postsassigned to them in the cityvand want anyone to send linn any more nosed military company Louisville outlying suburbs. copies of his paper in which they have swung found mistakes. If they lind a perfect Times. As the various detachments into the streets, their flags flying and copy, however, he offers a big reward bands playing national airs head them, for it. Same with us. If the critics Closing of the Crab Orchard School the natives appeared on their balconies who hunt for mistakes in the papers The closing exercises of Crab Orclt-nr- d wonder would find them all he would be kept and vazed with undisguised Graded School will be held at the at the solid ranks of busy We'll be pleased to buy copies llaptist church on the nights of May men. The people seemed to marvel at of any paper which can be proven en- II, 12 and 13. An entertainment by the the precision of the American soldiers' tirely free from errors, either typo- grades will be given on Monday night, movements and the sturdy appearance graphically or in statement of fact We an oratorical contest on Tuesday night of the men in the ranks. will be pleased to find a merchant who and commencement proper on WednesMany American civilians, who had never made a mistake in putting up an day night. A small admission fee of been taking their breakfast outdoors order; a lawyer who never lost a case ten and fifteen cents will be charged 'eft their tables and watched with pride through his own error, a doctor who each night to defray expenses. 36-- 3 oops shouting volleys of never made a mistake a postoffice ofthe passing "hurrahs" and waving hats or hand- ficial who never put mail into the Crab Orchard School Tax Notice kerchiefs at them. wrong lox, a woman who never forgot Ml parties who have not paid their Shortly after the last of the troops to put in salt while cooking or to put school tax in the Crab Orchard graded had passed through the central streets tea in the teapot before putting in school district on or before May 15th, Uru'adier General Funston. with sev-ri- the water. Ex. will have their property advertised for aids, drove by in a carriage and sale, in accordance with the law. O. was greeted with an outburst ot ap30-- 2 When the baby takes too much food M. Lackey. Treas plause. the stomach turns; the result is indigestion, sourness and vomiting FreIn the whole field of medicine there Carranza Won't Quit Flghtinj quently the bowels are involved and is not a healing remedy that vyill repair damage to the flesh more quickly than 5 Despite the there is colic pains and diarrhoea. Mav Washington. UAUV ELIXIR is a grand corRM.LARIVS SNOW LINIMENT In re fusil yesterday of Carranza, Constitutionalists chief, to declare an armis-Y- e rective remedy for the stomach and cuts, wounds, sprains, burns, scalds and with the Huerta government, the bowels disorders of babies. It is pure, rheumatism, its healing and penetrating S unit American envoys today resumed wholesome and pleasant to take. Price power is extraordinary. Price 25c. 50c Sold by Stuunr their sessions, still hopeful that events ?5c and 50 per liottle. Sold by Shugars' and $1 per I "''oi the horizon of the r negotia- - Drug More, Mantord, l.vii' uros. Crab D't't St sie, Stanford, Lyne Rros, Crab Orchard. if lhe next three or four d.ys would Orchard, steel nerves of General Huerta have been shattered. The man whose hand was never before known to tremble is n..w almost a nervous wreck. The strain under which he has lived for ten days transformed him into a mere wreck of tits former self For a week General Huerta has not slept in his bed, All night he rides through the streets of Mexico City automobile, frequently drinking heavily of strongest brandy to steady himself. And when frarn complete exhaustion he doz-- s, the tired chauffeur stops the automobile, and it remains motionless until Huerta awakes with a start and orders the chauffeur to move on. One night the man who calls him self President of Mexico rode through the forest of Chanultepcc from dark When he would doze until daylight. the automobile would stop under those aged and gnarled cypress trees and Huerta would sleep General Huerta is keeping himself alive by means of strong drink. Were it taken away from him now he would die. That is the leport given out by men closest to him. He realizes that he is hopelessly lost that the only thing left to him is cither suicide or fight He is dying hartl, but he is dying, and is now in the last throes of his death struggle. Meanwhile, he is to the men who surround him like a wild hyena backed up against the wall and surrounded by foes. No one dares to oppose him nor reason with him. He distrusts every one, even his son, Jure. He knows that the capital is honeycombed with treason, that every one of the mad wolves whose pack he had led is ready to spring at his throat. The flower of his army has been sent against Carranza and v ilia in the north. In the capital he is practically unprotected and only his most wonderful power to command keeps him where he is. Men who hate him receive their orders and obey through fear They are afraid to attempt to shoot hint or to stab him. His compels obedience. In his capital General Huerta has a garrison composed of the most part by children, many of them not more than ten years old and scarcely strong enough to carry a rifle These children arc helping him hold his power, No one believes that his power can continue but little longer Every one knows that he is now tottering to his fall. This morning no one knows when or how that fall will come if a bullet from Ins automatic levolvcr shall crush through his brain oi if be will abdicate. in-h- is very-looh Un-lcvl in-sor tv ft,- -- Jk - J1 M 4 . .i J ! H ! uy brown-clothe- d 1 ' T veT t TMK INTERIOR JOOKWAt STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1014 H. USE W. Pore Lukt McLuke Sayt Some people make themselves to much at home that they make other people wish they were. There is a sort of novelty a)out wheeling the first baby around in a But )ou never see a nun buggy. wheeling his third one around. Hdisoii sa wc sleep too much. May be that's why he invented the phono-graph. ar' aaaaaL ' UNDERWEA There isn't a garment a man wears that gives him more pleasure according to how it fits him, than a UNION SUIT. A Union Suit must fit, and when it does fit you, you have the most delightful garment a man ever wore. To get a fit you must wear garments of fitting reputation. MUNSING WEAR and B. V. D. are known the nation over for the comfort they give the wearer Soft, elastic and never bind at $1, $1.50 and $2 the suit. can show you at 25c and 50c SHIRTS and DRAWERS-- We close or porous knit Union Suits and Shirts and a garment in Drawers all sizes from a boy's 24 to a man's 50. You will need summer underwear. Come to us and get Mun-sinWear. g - k &K After a girl becomes engaged to a Prepared Paint You protect your house ngainst los by fire with insurance why not protect it ugainst loss by other Sun, rain and snow are just as destructive as fire as important as good insurance. Good paint, properly applied, improves the appearance and prolongs the life of any building. You cannot afford to waste time and lalor in antjlyinjr cheap paint that will not cover as far and last as long is H. & W. PURE PREPARED PAINT. Has been sold right in your community for years. Ask your dealer about its quality and for names of property owners who have used our brand. ON SALC BY elements. H. & W PAINT is jst eared mutt she la)i awake all night worrjmg for fear some other girl will kidnap him. Pay as jou go. Hut don't forget to save enough to come back on. There arc lots of men who talk more religion in ten minutes than they practice in ten cars. When an old mairied woman sizes tip her fat, homely husband and realizes that she once called him "Ootsie," she wonders if there is any insanity in her family. watcryc)cd, bell-nose- big. TOW , Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. The Interior Journal BHELTON U. 8AUFLET IN . Tropriftor ADVANCE II A TEAtt STittCTLY Enlrred it tkt feond tUu mil mattir. r"olr at Stanford J Bull Moose to Have Candidates At a conference in Lexington last week, PropressKe patty leaders decided to put out a candidate for United States Senator and concessional candidates in each of the districts. It was stated after the conference that Gcorjjc V. Jolly, of Owensboro, had virtually announced his candidacy for the nomination by the Progressives for Senator and that James P. Fairlcigh, of Louis, villc, would also be a candidate, as of Carter would Thomas Theobald, county. Thomas L. Walker, who was formerly postmaster of Lexington, and who is member at large of the Progressive State Committee, at the conclusion of this afternoon, said: 'The Progressives are getting ready to start something in Kentucky, and that pretty soon. While the stand pat Republican leaders and press have been making the welkin ring with their distressed cries of 'get together,' the Progressives have been quiet and play ing a waiting game to sec what kind ol an olive branch the Republicans had to offer. Since the peace offering to all intent and purposes is Uradlcy for Senator or someone that he will name, the Progressives have let it be known in no uncertain terms that they will have nothing to do with the Republicans, no matter what kind of an olie branch is held out, and so the woods arc full of Progressive candidates for Congressman and for Senator." Beckham speaks in Stanford, May 9th, at 1 o'clock. Don't fall to 2t bear him. Gov. PAINT LICK (Jrant Metcalfe spent Sunday with homcfolks. Mrs. Pearl Frisbic, of Gallipolis, O., is with friends. Rice G. Woods is enjoying the auto of his brother-in-laMeld White. Mrs. John White is with her daughter, Mrs. Rice Woods. Mrs. Whitcomh, of Atlanta, Ga., is the guest ofher parents. Misses Kliza and Chastine Ruckcr, IWia Mrlralfc and Mrs. W I). attended the C. E. Convention. Drs. Carman and Patrick have been nn a fishing expedition on the Rockcastle river. Miss Jennie HiggtiM and Miss I'rof. R. A. London have returned from the K K. A. at Louisville. Mrs. II. L. Walls attended the burial of her aunt, Mrs. Klizabcth HiggTus at Stanford. Bertram Brown lias a case ot measles and several cases of mumps are reported. Hlitcr Hudspeth, of Lexington, is holding a series of meetings at the Christian church. Misses Alma and Mary Lear left for Jacksonville, Fla., to attend the Confederate Reunion. Ham-mack, Vim inn f H. J. McROBERTS EAgleetcsalVE GOOD FOR THC DftS-A- NO (YES ONLY TOIK WMk, Fine Hardin County Farm to be Sold at Public Sale on Friday, May 15th The farm and all personal property of the late John J. Rider, located near Sonora, Ky., 55 miles & N. R. on the main line of the 10-roo- m will be sold, for the south of Louisville, purpose of winding up the estate. The farm brick is well improved, has a residence, is well stocked in every way and the work has been kept up so that it is ready for the purchaser to take hold and go right ahead with the crops. This is one of the prettiest and best farms in the country, and anybody looking for a farm in Kentucky should see it For further particulars adbefore buying. dress G. T. RIDER, care Scanlon Coal Co., Louisville, Ky. Health a Factor in Success largest factor contributing 'to a man's success is undoubtedly health. tabe aH0VEN It has been observed that a man is selResolutions dom sick when his bowels are regular he is never well when they are conBaptist people of Whereas, the have sustained great loss "m stipated. For constipation vou will find PREACHERSVILLE the burning of their house of worship nothing quite so good as Chamberlain's Misses Eva Mernman and Osa of Spamcy, attuided church here on April 24th, Therefore be it resolv- Tablets. They not only move the towels but improve the appetite ed and Sunday. That wc extend our deep sympathy strengthen the digestion. They arc sold Mrs. M. O. Kennedy and sister, Miss to them in this hour of darkness, and by all dealers. Flossie May Sutton, of Hryantsvillc, discouragement, and commend them to visited friends here. Him who doeth all things well. The following attended the burial of LANCASTER 2nd That a copy of these resolutions Mrs. George M. Patterson, of the Mr. H. H. llaker at Mt. ernon Saturthis most beloved and intellectualonewomen, day: J. H. and Logan Thompson and be spread upon the records of church, and a copy he sent to the offiaged 5 vears, died at her home in this Miss Lucile Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. cers of the church. city after an illness of six years from J. F. Thompson, of Sweeney, and Mrs. Done by order of the Ilaptist church locomotor ataxia. The deceased was a Haydcn Leavcll, of Lancaster. April 26. 1914. native of Sublette. 111., hut had lived in Miss Tory Anderson has the measles. C. T. CLAUNCH. Moderator. Miss I .a rue TtaIor. of Paris visitLancaster about 22 jears. her husband T, S. BENSON. Ch Clerk. being the depot agent for the L. & N., ed her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs W. rairload. She was the faithful organist P. White. Mr. Josiah Anderson, of the Saufley at the Methodist church ever since she bad resided in Lancaster. Even after section, visited relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. J M. Cress visited Mr. her health began to fail she could he seen wending her way to preside at the and Mrs. Alfred Owens. organ, an instrument she loved so well. Mr and Mrs. Pruitt Thompson went Mrs. Patterson's father only died a over on the excursion to Franktort few years ago. he having been a pionSaturday. They report a fine time. Several of our leading farmers have eer settler of northern Illinois. On her the automobile fever. A nnmlxr of nice niatcrn.il side the deceased came of fine Scottish ancestry. Resides her hus- machines have been lought and their 1914 band and only daughter, Miss Grace owners are rapidly becoming proficient Helen Patterson, she is survived by a drivers. Mr. andMrs. J. C. Morgan, of Point sister, Mrs. Ira L. McLaren, of Seattle, Wash., and two brothers, Dr. W. E. l.eavell, visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson. Harton an eminent congregational Services at the M. E. church Sunday of Oak Park, III., and , J. BarL. R., by Rev. R. H Haird ton, postmaster at Sublette. 111. Miss Veil Xevvland. of. Cedar Creek, Much sympathy is felt for those so Ky., sorelv bereft, but they know their loss visittd her sister, Mrs. W. C. Cummins. is her eternal gain. , The din, Irnlnrst or tbry ran b (rntljr yet surrly elHtrrl, brlchtrnrft, rorrrftct anal re.lnvlsoralrct by the rleantn-- , Heallnc, atrrnalbralnir proprll ol EA6I.K KV AJ.V. Oao S3, It. STEM ar Using Irnsra. II ttugrmtm, SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES the antiseptic powAllen's Foot-hasder. It relieves painful, smarting tender, nervous feet, and instantly takes the simp out of orns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery of e makes Allen's the age tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain relief for sweating, callous, swollen, tired, aching feet. Always me it to break in new shoes. Try it today. Don't acSold cver.v where, 25 cents bor FREE trial cept any substitute, package address Allen S Olmsted, c, Foot-Eas- ''I I W ill A Good Drug Store IT TAKES more than a stock of vu-jtr t!nis and Meijjhinj;, ,'ood intentions to make a kmh1 ilruij .store. i It miuiras an intimate knowledge X. Y. y, Dud-dera- r, CAMP NELSON lohn Knicht. was taken to Danville ! hospital today by Dr. Rose, of Hr- antsville. for an operation. The stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Noah Watt's home Wednesday the 15th, leaving a ten jtoutiil girl Louise. This is now great weather for fishing and they arc biting fine. Great crowds arc at the river every day . Mr. Tom Stull, is vMting his daughter, Mrs. W. D. Center, of Little Hickman. Miss Frances Shearer, was the pleasant guest of her cousin. Miss Jennie Shearer, last week. Mrs. Tom Super, is aiitttc ill at her home with fever. Will Canter and wife, spent Sun day with his mother Mrs. II. Canter. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith, spent Sun-da- y at Dick's river with friends, Joe Smith, sold Jas. Stivers, a cow and calf for 40. measuring and mixing--, which comes only alter careful study and exrH'riem-- c Your prescriptions will he projK'rly filled at our .store. Wo have every modern facility and wo mw Iww. SPonny's 7)rtff Store THE REXALL STORK D kaA 1UI Jfmerffo Fiae Caadies CROSSETTSHOE IB A r BEE LICK The farmers are glad to see the pret ty weather. They are aliout ready to plant corn. Mrs. Lei i a TaIor still remains about the same. Mrs. Lucinda Proctor is still confined to her bed. Mrn J R T.ilor lu uu the sick list, but" is better at this writing. Mr. J. M. Kc) uohk is having some trouble Willi his cars. Miss Julia Hasty and T. C Hamm, and Miss Mvrtlc Hamm, of Quail, visited Mr. Elbert Elder and family Sunday. Mr. R. (',. Talor visited W. E. Taylor Sunday. Mr. and' Mrs. A. K Proctor visited his parents Sunday. , Mr. Hob llrown and wife visited his father-in-laMr. David Proctor Sunday Jiorn, to the wife of E. II. Herrin a big boy We are glad to know that Mr. Herrin has a good democrat coming on for the future. Mr, Mclvin Owens, our new deput) rlerk s.iv s he had rather have charge of an army in Mexico than to be a clerk Ik-c- "". 1 .Xw "MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" ahosM Via min-iste- r. RIDER FARMING COMPANY ( INCORPORATED.) IT II A Practical Truck at a Practical Price NELSON GARAGE Demonstration on Request DANVILLE, KY PAINTING TIME IS HERE HOUSE PAINT FOR INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. VARNISH IN ALL COLORS, AND BRUSHES TO PUT IT ON, AT LL SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Shelby county, Ky., and by Chas. Hright's Imported bull Pansy Sultan that coit $1,300 and a proven breeder of merit, by the grand bull Sultan of Oakland, first prize on the Island in 1906. First prize Sweepstake breeders cup. Reserve champion and first prize bull over Jerseys in class for bull and progeny, 1907, also the highest price Was paid for him that any bull ever brought on the Island at public auction, ile descends direct from champions, Flviiig Fo and Imjiorted Fern Lad rum. Shclbv Sultan is out of a cow of W The baptizing of the converts at the meeting hist held at the ilaptist church I. Scoot's breeding of Scoot's Station Shelby county, Ky., (one of Kentucky's was on Sunday afternoon, the Immersion being in the Dix river at 2:30 o' best Jersey men) Coming from the noted Sens a f.nuly, that has produced clock. pur popular County Superintendent, him so many prize winning and high Miss Jennie Higgins was in Louisville yielding cows. His first dam is Miss last week for the meeting of the Ken iMsela by Sensa's Hern bred by W L, Pcotl'and by Sensa's Pride, with 15 in "ticky Educational Association. Mrs. George Adkinson, of Lower list and Seusa his dam with a test of 21 Garrard, entertained at a well planned pounds in 7 days and inheriting the tix o'clock dinner in honor of a nuui' test blood of the Island direct from er of relatives and friends in eclebra- - ;t. Hclia, llntter King and Torment This royally bred and tuberculin ion of her 66th birthday. Miss Pearl Ileitis, who has been thr tested voung bull will make the prcs ent season at my farm near Stanford. fficicnt at R, H. Datum' for a number of yean has resigned to Ky., at $5.00. Money due when service is rendered. privilege Return ale a lengthy vacation. granted. F, KEID. -book-keep- "Friends after friends depart Who has not lost a friend? There is no union here on earth. That knows not here an end." Mrs. 'id Walker U in Eminence visiting litr mother, Mrs. Annie Ramey. Miss Dettic Robinson entertained the Chautauqua Circle and served an inviting repast of strawberries and cream. Miss .Martha Swope and Harry of Marksbury, surprised their man) friends at Marksbury by going to Jefiersonville, lnd., and being united in marriage. Dr. J. J. Purseley and Mrs. Purseley have returned after a winter's stay in the city of Atlanta and arc with the latier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A- - F. Sanders. There have been 2J additions to the Ilaptist church during the scries of meetings that have been conducted by Revs. J. W. Heagle and S. C Ellis. Large ana attentive audiences nave at tended these services. Mis. J. Johnson died at her home in this city, aged 8J years, after a protracted 'illness from the infirmities of age. Besides her husband she is survived by two sons. Another daughter has come to bless the home of Mr. and Mr. J. Weslej Walker. Mr. W. C Davis has returned from Campbellsville, where he was called by the illness of his son, Mr, Samuel Davis, who is ill of paralysis, but later shows improvement. Mrs. Ellie K. Payne, of Indianapolis, National Superintendent of Children, s Work of the C. W. 11. M.. will be here on May 6th and lecture at the Christian church. Judge and Mrs. M. D. Hughes have been in Louisville for a few days visit to Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Hughes. Miss Scutta Petty is in Cincinnati for a short stay. Miss Edith llorney, of Qnthiaiia, has accepted a position as clerk in R. 11 llatson's handsome dry goods store-MrEd. Perkins and son, of ar the guests of her sister, Mrs. W, A. Price. The Lancaster High School team plaved an interesting game of ball against the Harrodsburg High School team Friday afternoon on the College campus and the score stood 15 to 1 in tavor of Lancaster. The home team was the winner in all points of the game. Miss Joan Mount is at home after a visit of some length with her sisters, Mcsdames Thomas Wilson, of Howling irecn and Shelby Allen of La Grange. Miss Allie Dunn, who was called ionic bv the illness of her sister, Miss tvy Dunn has returned to llollivar s. e, KING'S MOUNTAIN ECHOES Rev. Icing's appointment to preach in the Christian church here sicoud bunday morning. Brother Delk uf Toptka, Kas., will commence his meeting Saturday night befure, but it will not interfere with the regular appointment. M. II. Smith says his alfalfa is growing nicely, Osco Cldtinch sold to Will Thomp son a calf for $15. Evvret Chevilett sold to Cicero Mur phy a cow for $65. M. 1J. binith has a fine colt at home several days old. Mrs. barah Austin and Mrs. rloyd spent Sunday in Highland. Mrs. Lula Chevilette is suffering from a sprained ankle. Henry Leach has returned from Win chester much improved where he went to be treated for cancer. Mrs. Davis, generally known as "Aunt Tab," a sister of Henry Leach is very low with cancer at her daughter's Mrs. Rigney. Mr, and Mrs. Lonzo Rigney, of Danville, spent several ,davs with home-foland to see his urandma. Aunt Tab, who is very sick. Will Thompson and family and Mrs C. M. Thompson ami Ed Carey spent Sunday with the former's parents. Mrs. V. N. Ilartin and family of Eubank was the guest of her mother, Mrs. fieorge Rigney, for a few days last week Uowdying still goes en down about the depot. They get "fire water" somewhere that makes them act like Indians, Siiiidav stems to be a high day with that class. They tried to show off in the vvrst style. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Gooch. of was the guest of their dauhter Mrs. J. U, Smith Saturday and Sunday. Mis. G, F. Gooch and son of McKin-nespent Saturday and Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. John-soKcuit-mher -y up nenrosta forea, van when your f aat ara at raat. In at In action, rery muacla of your foot la at par-fain tha CROSSETT Shoa. o, ct , iia .v 1 so.) 7011' r.i'KKr $4 and 5$ ROBINSON'S STANFORD, KENTUCKY SKI. BUs.li.at Casnosl ly Cwi akla er la ft bum. Ml It la h.ra rlj at . Pui oraa ar plajplaj fallow, 0rma ftt wa4r tk bill bflia 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. Antiseptic Salve aooa fettroya 1a.M irmt and acapa taaa elaaa and k.illbr uanlnalura h..U. I'm II sa taa lac, llpa. In th km. nawh.ra, for It la CLBAN. HIRE Ado HSAllNQ. "Tall It Br Tfca BaaT M. PELL'S V MARSHAL'S SALE FOR TAXES Thursday for Louisville to attend the Kentucky Educational Association. 117-49- Prof. Lav is and Eugene Wall left on SHELBY SULTAN NO. This Jersey llull Just received from I, James P. Jones, marshal of Crab (.'rrn.irii, iy. will on Saturday the 9th Day of May, 1014 Offei for sale, at the court house door, in Crab Orchard, the following real property returned delinquent. Same being the amount due fur the city of CraL Said Orchard, fur the ears of 191 sale to ben in at I. M. standard time Ihose paving before that date, will be stricken from the list. This 13th day ot April. 1914. $2.0 J. U. Tvrey 18.N W. L. IleP 13.90 P. M Cornier M. M Conder 7.48 Dr. W, J. Edmiston 2 lots 3515 .. $1,000 each 3.59 Mrs. Emma Farris 56.4'i J. W. Guest 1.65 lien Howard 1.54 Kidwcll and Itaacs Sam Tudor 208 7.75 J. W. Moore 5.51 Ed Rogers 1&03 Mrs. Addie Riddle 6.24 Will Siglcr I M McCarlev 12.88 Pettus, Deliorde and Ma gee . ., 2.0S 1 iiNrniN rniiNTv 4nationai raw cwi.ei.c.u.iH.u 14 AVal M1VVH4V WWAlsat lTtllT Stanford, Ky. m ft a laTaVatal Rights reserved to reject any and all bids. Contractors 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. American Field Fence and Barb Wire W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. tHN OJt'-- i fttAMU WZrtOL W auauUAiJrl irf ffvnirw?iwt n J. L. Beazley & Co., A J. C. M'dtry li'iarSfa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaL ATnUaUr .School for Teachers rtrraltjac t DaUry title.... MltrtM,atVJstelMll, atMUIUa4ftl.kll4l.f llviitbM, HTtMUM.i,4lrtmM(fMrtaiiltn, .W. Do.! TM;4 Ttm Jmum K hrr t. Um4 Trw ttkt.M- 1V--WJj ru.aWU. li, II, r.rtHTraij)-mTJut iMia.isMM. J""! I Co'. Tlii Ill LsMaTK l aj raMIc r JaMIIKtr, BbnUI "1 Fr U aiaTt.t V. i .!.. )taf ,'"" ,C"fc",,W' J. JLJilUB... FrUrat.l UNDERTAKER AND EMIALME Dealara In FurRrtttrt Mattiflf, Rum. Fbritf UNflERTAKER AN! EMALMH IW. EXMM.M fir Km ffiN PiMM 117. HwatPMNN. f ItMk. PHONE 42 STANFMt. KY. TAJIFIM, KENTtfCKY. zra T f, - - jr s&mmmamm-mu- L TMB INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914 Illustrated Paint Book Al Ckr Card ef 46 different Color Combination! A Tthfg time of the year you'll need this big, in-Btructive, free book. It contains beautiful illus trations of attractively painted Homes, shows floor plans and rives full information how to select the right colors ana how best to apply the paint This fine book win help you v money and trouble. Tell alto HEARD ABOUT TOWN II. L, Kerr, the popular salesman for lite millinery company, Vat fc FEELS LIKE A NEW WOMAN As Lydia E. PinkhWs Vegetable Compound Dispelled ROOSTER DAY ter Lynn, of I.otiisvillc, was licre to day calling on different milliners, W. Promises to Be a Big Booster Day In Kentucky and Ttnneiue The Agricultural Department at Washington, has issued the following at the instance of the poultrymcii ol btliiiivky Mild Ttmic.sc, and locai dealers ..re preparing to make it a big day 'in tfe mtenst of the nifcltlle egg the ixmltry speicaltirs of the Depart mem ol Agriculture have started a ean.piigu for the elimination of the tinning ioultry flocks during imsur the seasons between May and Dc ceinbcr I. In this connection Saturday, May Id, has been set aside as "Rooster Day" in Kentucky and Tennessc, when every poultry dealer in these states has agreed to pay the same prices for roos. tcrs as they do for hens and pullets. Theft is an enormous loss in eggs as the result of the fertile egg, especially diiriui' the summer and fall months, and tt is for this rcaon the department of nhneiiltitrf. recommends that the PMseter be kept away front the hens during these seasons. It is estimated of the trtmeiiibms annual tint ioss of eggs is due to the fertile egg. it is not necessary for a rooster to be inong hens in order that their laving The iualuics may not be curtailed rooster is it advised, should be allow d with the hens only during the breed sea-oand eggs that arc intrnd iii .l lor hatching purpose should be fer-, as the infertile ones will not b.i'cb Kertili eggs spoil very fpuckly when ubji'cted to the ordinary methods ol idtniiiitg on the farm and when ma" kited during the hoi summer months under adverse conditions. Infertile eggs will keep in good condition in tempera tures which will cause fertile eggs to 1 one-thir- d i' 3 CASTORIA For Infants and Children. ing natural again after spending weeks in a Louisville hospital. Vernon Signal. S. Fish, the Stanford telephone !r buyer, was in town yesterday look- five Ml. Backache, Headaches The Kind You Have -- "Homtf , and How to Point Them" A. mil about Mastic PainT "The Kind That Laeto" This old reliable paint has made good for almost half a century. It is just Pure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and Genuine Linseed Oil, in the correct proportions, which make it the best and most economical paint to use Satisfaction Guaranteed A$k us for booklet on Pie Gee FlatlcoMt. for Waif and Ceilinqs: Crtottaln, for Rooft; Porch mnd Barn Paint, Wagon and Implement Point. to ttc. or tcritt dirtct Louiiville, Incorporated, CO PEASLEE-CAULUER- T Ky, New Stanford Drug Co. Stanford, Ky. John N. Mencfec, Jr., leaves this and Dizziness. week for Atlanta, (la., to attend the ai'iual ocnclavc of the Shriners. He rimin, Ohio. "I would be very un will tn on the special train ty be run by Olcika temple of Lexington of which grateful If I fulled to give. Lydla E. I'inKiinm a vecoin- he is a member. bio Compound the 11, 11. Sweeney, of Danville was praiso it deserves, awarded a verdict for $650 against the for I have taken it C.N O and T. P. road in circuit court at different timet' there last week for damages sustained and il always re. by Mr. Sweeney's being automobile licved me wher struck by a train. other medicines falL-t!- , and when I Rev W. I'!. Arnold, leaves Monday hear a woman commorning for Oklahoma City, where he plain I always recwill attend the General Conference of ommend it Laitwin- the M IC. Church, South, which meets May (, and will continue in session ter I was attacked (or three wetks. Mr. Arnold is one with a severe case of organic weakness. if three clerical delegates from tlif I had backache, pains in my hips anc" Krntncky Conference. Danville Mcs over my Kictnuys, neouacne, tuzzmcBs, s tiger. lassitude, had no energy, limbs netted 1 was hardly His many friend arc glad to know nnd I wfl nlwnvs tired. I had taken S. i'rice is improving some able to do my housework. that Dr afler undergoing a serious operation Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vejretable Comfor appendicitis and other troubles, at pound on one other occasion, and it hnd his home on the Danville pike, and helped me so I took it Bgain and It has high hopes are entertained for his early built me up, until now I feel like a new Hronaugli, woman. You have my hearty consent recovery Miss Kaiherine of Crab Orchard is giving him to use my name onu testimonial in any efficient trained nursing. way and I hope it will benefit suitering women." Mrs. Orpha Turner, 431 S. Carroll Rriil, the trainPiqua, Ohio er, was in town today en route to Wayne St, Louisville. Mr. Rcid is half owner of Women who are suffering' from those the stallion lien Trovatore, the re- distressing ills peculiar to their sex maining interest to Mr. O. II. Chen-nul- l, should not doubt the ability of Lydia E. and he went out to the Ccnault Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to replace today to sec the horse, Mr. Rcid, health. whoe string is in Louisville, is greatly store their advice cue ittragcd over thei outlook for the If you wftiit racing business. He is one of the most write to Lydla 'RPiiiklium Medsuccessful men handling runners. icine Co., (confidential) Lynn, Lexington Leader, Mass. Your letter will be opened, . Always Bough! Bears the Signature of AUOIIOLaPEIlOENT AVcscfaUclVrparallnnrorAj I f ng iftc FootfantlRcdiia lulIicStomarJisaHilDuvidtcf s mim l Promotes Digesltonflcnui ncss and Rreicontalns 0piitM.M3rph!nc nciovr norMiacril NotNahcotic. Iatfjta Sud -JtxJrrM JttMltVtt-Auttnd AW In himSrrJ- - Apt rfect Remedy for Cmfl lion , Sour Stomch.Dtarriioci Mli. we; BffiB Worras jLOHVUlsKms.revtTisit lacSimae Sifoamtttf tM rtf Use For Over nit n special D.D.D. all Instant Relief for tm Jk SMtt r PRESCRIPTION The SUaiUri Shim ftUMeay for IS year KY. Skin Troubles SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, ford, for the iocal Uiys have shown thai they are live ones in every sense of the word. The Danville Messenger said last week Thy Stanford Knights if Pythias arc liooking many great for their annual slock fair. When Stanford Kay Peas get behind -- n enltrprisc, it is ImhiihI to be a success Those lioys know how to do things. Paixrs in all the neighboring nes are iMxxtiug the K. P. fair at outliStan- read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. Uthtir Wallin, of Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. I. II Hilton is the uuest of her pent seeral days this week with his mother, Mrs J It Cass at Ilrodhead. Mrs. Lee Tate, near Mt Mte Taylor hnglcman has re- siler. who has been o,uitc ill Crab for joiik turned to Paris after spending several time. He also visitid his brother, W. Htn f days here 1). Wallin and other relatives in tlni r a Mat ol etaluioar or Hihr Frank Harnett, of Danville, spent the eastern representative of a bin W tntoaffraa Natnre'a the Liter Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Keltic section ot the county. Mr. Wallin omit iriks or alcktn. or org ;srl until ll.irnrtte w tch company and is considered one Mr and Mrs. Robert Itrncc went to f the best men in he employ of the Lonaea th damme-1-obile. Keep It looae with th old Mar A,rla Richmond todav to visit her mother, big concern. Boot, (f'is;yli.) rlothrllln mtb Mrs Tutley. U pip taken out U called pu1ar drug clerk of Most Prompt and F.ffectual Will Mies, the Cure for Bad Colds McUohctts' Drug Store ot Lancaster, When you have a bad cold vou want was here Sunday afternoon. i rcmedj thai will not only give relief ?vfrs I. M. Yvcstcriicid and children. of Paris, have returned home afler a but effect a prompt and permanent cure i pleasant to take, a i remedy visit to her aunt. Mrs. M. I). Klmorc. remedv thatthat contains nothing injurious K. and baby Chamberlain's Cough remedy meets all Mr and Mrs. J. PERSONAL and SOCIAL iif Wichita Falls, Tex., arc the guests these requirements. It acts on nature's l his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. plan, relieves the lungs, aids cxpector-ilioojiens the secretions and restores Mrs, Walter Smith is able to lc Xcwland. Mrs. I M. Itrncc and son, Maurice, the to a healthy condition. This out after several dayt" illness. Wednesday for Jacksonville. ei'rdv has a world wide sale and ti'c. Miss Ullie Phillips, of Liberty, is the will leave Hear- - and can always be depended upon. For Fla.. lo visit J. It. attractive guest of Miss GertrnJe Wil- , ley Maurice her sister. Mrs. in Jackson- - sale by will remain .ill dealers. kinson. ville, where he has a ositmn lor the Mrs. Casta liirk, of Indianapolis, is summer. Somerset's New Deoot the gucit of Mrs. Gustava M. Drtini-nict- t. station Mr and Mrs J S. Itaughman and Somerset's new passenger I.clunoit Enterprise. left vestcrday for Los erected by the Q. S; C, railroad Co.. son. Mr. and Mrs J. V. Lunsford. on r.gto, Tex., where they will lie the is said to be one of the handsomest is; Main street, arc rejoicing over the ar- Hue... of Mrs. Ilaughman's brother. the state. It was thrown open to the rival of a ten pound daughter. Mr. Uranium Rcaitcy and wife also public last Saturday. The following Mrs. W. A. Tribl.lc left Monday for visit Mi. and Mrs. Homer Hatiglmiau description of the new station is tak-- n Jacksonville. Fla., where she will spend in Muskogee, Okla. Danville Messcn from an exchange: aliout a week. gcr "It is constructed of vitrified brick Mr..(i. C Hose hat returned to her John W. i.aron lift Tuesday to visit with concrete trimmings, and the Toof after a visit t her lilt-lihome at imI ul.ilucs hi St.iliford and is of Spanish tile. The facilities for wailing mother, Mr. Utile Perkins. HuMi.nville. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil P. travelers include a general Mrs. Logan McCall was the guest of Smith will leave in a few days for Ok- room, thirty by forty feet, a woman's Mr. and Mrs, J. J. McCall al Marets. lahoma City, where they will attend retiring room, nineteen by twenty-on- e burg Monday. 'h" (ner.il Conference of the M. P. fo-t- . and smoking room, thirteen by of Louisville, was church South. Mr. Steuben Goilbey. of ninetien feet. The building also conMrs. J. F. waiting colored the Kticst of Mrs. George Lellordc on Moreljud. formerly owner of the .'inm tains a commodius and one crset lournal. was the guest of his sis room, measuring twenty-seve- n Monday. The baggage and IJ S. Flfhcr and family rented the ter, Mrs. .1. P. KeNay, Saturday and halt by twenty feet. express room is likewise of ample diKarris property on lower Main strcit Sunday. Somerset Journal. and moved into it. Mrs. Hclla lioglc left Wdlnesday mensions. I "The building 's equipped with, saniArthur and Adolnh Joseph, of Lan for a visit to her daughter. Miss Kate caster, were the guests of K. L Hub- PmirIo, in llaltimore. visit to tary plumbing throughout, and sanitary After a the ble and family Sunday. to Noith drinking fountains are located in Her ilat'chter, she will k C. C McOtire. of Manse. Garrard Carolina to spend the summer months. various waiting rooms, Hot water heat furnished. The floors throughout count), was visiting his daughter, Mrs. Miss Mary Shelby, Regent of St. is the station arc of cement finish. All R. Uovd, several days this week LonIrom Vvaltii'i: Asaph Chapter, has returneil roms have quartered oak set. don Iicho. Whsliiiictim City where she represent- tecs and, in addition, the voiiMir Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Traylor, of Pari., ed the twenty-thir- d congress I"). A. R. retiring room is provided with rock-iIiaye been here for several days, the Continental Memorial Hall. While chairs, while arm chairs are part They it truest of relatives and friends, thtTc be was entertained at the the equipment of the smoking mini. came thro' in their motor car. Todd of "The entire building is surrounded by Miss Kalherinc Miss Miranda Williams, of ColumMrs. by .nd Mrs Post of New York. with a vitrified brick platform, bia, came by to make a short visit to ,V H. Watkins. of Owcnsboro, gave Mrs. 11. I), Carter, en route home from i dolielitfnl luncheon to her seven coil. wings extending in both directions A parallel with the railroad tracks. the K. It. A. convention at Louisville. Powell center platform of Oliver ins. including Mrs occu'Jandill, Treasury General of the U. pies space hetvvcen vitrified brick and northbound anil Miss Shelby. , Xumetoits southtHiimil main the tracks." were jiiven in liter entertainments honor of Miss Shelby. Danville Masons' Meetlno Sickness tu !. p tlise-tr.e.- New-lan- t, -- , ' i n; al -- R-- "The Greatest Kidney Remedy on Earth," Says a Grateful Woman I want to tell yon how much good did me. About four your Swamp-Roo- t years ago. I suffered from what the 'doctors called fistula and for two years of that time, I endured what no tongue can tell, 1 also had inflammation of the bladder and tried doctors medany help. Hopes icines without . receiving Someone told mc about Dr. Kilmer's 1 Unrnln l.oIce No. 60 V. m A. M.. mnli In itMrd conimutiifiilion on each firtt snd third Mordnir tilchtl of rath month it 7 o'clock to t'irlr lull on Mtln stint, UUntorl. Kj. MtM-brot ilstrr lodgri frstrriullr intitrd to t prrwnt. J. W. IKKUAND. But. A CONFESSION Her SUteneat, Made Public, EUBANKS Dr. J. II. cton, our new postmaster, took charge of the postoffice Monday. It scctnt strange for a democrat to be handling the mail but it looks good to us, Dr. Acton's appointment meets with die approval of the majority of the patrons and the place was due him as lie has always been a untiring part) worker and above all was an original Wilson man. Dr. Acton's congenial disHisition and his business ability helped secure him the position over six other applicants, and insures the patrons the most efficient service ever n udered at this tifficc. The democratic voters of this place were not sufficiently interested in tin candidacy of Hon. A. O, Stanley to cvet itlend his at either Sonicrse or W.ivnesburg. 'I he sentiment of here is overwhelmingly for Gov I C W Itcckham, Lewis C. Morris, 74, formerly a citi zeti nnd for years a merchant of tin place, but recently of Davton. Ohio departed this life on April ). The re mains were brought here for interment The funeral services were conducted a thr Christian church, by Rev. W. T May, of Danville. The firm of Whccldon & Hamm. merchants of this place, have dissolved iiartnership. The entire stock was tak-;Whccldon who still over by continues bkusincss, M. K. Whccldon. if O. K.. did the invoicing of the stock, Mack McKinr.ey, an aged and high-lrejected citizen, of the F.llison section, died last Friday. He is survived by a wife and five children. Mrs. F. S. Hays and Master Smith. are visiting relatives in Louisville. Mrs. Ira Gray and children, of Glen Mary, Tenn., are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lee. Mrs. A. L. Wilder, ol iWlmore. spe-.- i last week here with relatives am' friends. Karl illliott and Iru Tilfoid are i with Measles. Mrs. Herbert Rev nobis, visited her sister. Mrs. Fbcn Pettus in Somersel last week. Miss Mollie Todd is spending tilt week with Mrs, Green McMuliu neat Waynesburg. Miss Cora Singleton received her commission Monday from the Postmas. ter General giving her authority as postmistress at Waynesburg. She succeeds Mr. A. J. Hurleson. Demp Phelps is having a concrete walk made in froiu of his home here which is a great improvement. The Christian church will soon have a walk made in front of their property. F. T. Hays will soon have his completed Mrs. A. T. Wilder of Wilmore. i' the guest of her sister, Mr. T. J. Ac ton. luihank voted 14o to 5 in favor of the recent bond is'tie, and the voters are eager to eel another election at an earlv date. Fsteshiirg. Good Hop; and Woodstock voted almost unanimously in favor of good roads. The four precincts named alxive furnished 5')? votes for and 32 against the liond issue. A grand record. Mrs. V X. llastin has been visiting relatives at King's Mountain. 1. Q. Messrs, T. W. McLaughlin. Whccldon, F. L. Gooch. J. R. Nelson and Frank Hays weie in Somerset They made the trip in Mr Wheeldon's new car. J. R. Nelson is having a vvire fence built around his lot purchased of A. 1! Smithern. The department advises that on the lirst day of May all birds be either killed, sold or confined until the first of December or as late as the first of Janinry in some localities. It is advisable to market the old hens in the summer as soon as the coneci nd laying season is over, tinues the department's advice, as hens iver two years old rarely lay as many eggs as they do m their pullet and vcarling seasons. Keep the nests clean. provide one nest for every four hens, gainer the eggs twice daily, keep the eggs in a cool, dry room or cellar, and market them at least twice a week. Market all cockerels except those intended for breeding purposes, as soon is they attain broiler sire, for they will pay a larger profit at that time h:in if held until fall, when the market becomes o ci crowded. The department is planning a n among the lioys' and girls' poultry lubs m Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia md North and South Carolina! to encourage not only the production of a ettet grade of eggs, but a more method of grading, rrangemcnts irt being made to offer prizes for the iroditclion of a better grade of eggs, 'mi' more uniform method of grading riangemenls are lieing made to offer iruc for the production of the best 1oni eggs and it is expected that the c. county, or municitial officials will offer such prizes as trips to 'the Fxnosition at San Francisco cain-laiguni-f.rm M ! TllE CCNTAUB COM'AIO, NEW YOHrV. Thirty Years Guaranteed under we Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TMt CtPtTAV COMMNT, NCW VONN eiTT. Stanford has no Regional Bank, but it has one that is just as strong. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK is conservative, safe, 56 years old, has sound management and efficient service. Make this Bank your Bank. Small accounts solicited. J. S. HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, Vice-PreH. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. s. J,i'. aitiUcatlmi. at tbey cannot 1 rrarn the rtlon ir the far. Tlwn- nlr one Mtitl that I tiT maalllatlon- l rauwd hy in liitlamrd I rninM". Iirarnt'M mmlltloD ir tin" mucous lining or me r.uMirnian Tut'. Wlirn thla tube la Inflamed Jou hair rumbling aound or Imperfect bearing, and vben la the and rluaed It Is utiles tin. Inflammation can be taken out and thla tube reatorcd to lta normal condition, bear ing mil b? deatroj-eroreTtr; nine rase oui or ten ar citiMtl tir Catarrh, which la nothing but an Inflamed condition ot the mucous anrtacca. tv win ple On Hundred Ilotlara for anr cae of Ileafncw, rauiud br catarrh) that cannot bf cured by llall'a Catarrh Cure. Send tut clrcu lar,, rrre. . t br &av tr. run. dl'raM-- Deafness Cannot Be Cured Jffirgrood ,lfn. ikmk fo dress Ttoeff Business Good mdttr Sold by Drufflsti, T.V. Take Haifa lamllj l'llla for conitlpatlon. clothes HERE IS WHAT The People's Use What YOU WANT Market Place Adver You Have to Sell received a complete line ot hats. Inspection invited. Jo-Miss Daisy Yandcvccr. l JLST & Bromlev. Insure voir orooertv wi'h Bromlev Stanford. Kv. iewelrv Graduation oresents at Muellers' store. FOR SALU:. Refrigerator good a new. Mrs. A. R. Mathcny, Stanford, 32-Phone 4 rings. 8-2 FOR RENT. A house and garden on Danville Street. For further information apply to J. Frank Smith, Stan-fcr- l. Ky. 36-4- p. FOR SALI1 We have all kinds of vegetables and plants. Come to see up at our new stand, corner of Logan and Lancaster streets at W. S. Fish's. J 35-- 3 W. Itrackett & Co. WRITIi me. telephone me, come am see me about your house, carriages and automobile painting. Paper hanging a specialty. Shop on West Main street Telephone in residence, No. J. J. 29-tlleldcn, Stanford, Ky. 6-- K f. A successful TRAVELING SALESMAN Dressing SUCCESSFULLY. DRESSES People well helps EVERYBODY succeed. SEE you before they speak to you. They first judge you by the way you LOOK. Our clothes FIT, FEEL, WEAR and LOOK well. The PRICE is as LOW as GOOD STUFF can be sold for. We will not palm off an old style HAT on you. We will fit you in Shirts and Underwear. Oxfords for Men, Women and Children. My entire stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing at cost. Straw Hats for everybody. Swamp-Roo- t. will Help Otter Woaei. "WORKS WONDERS" MANY a piece of old doomed te end la a dark trarrct, caa bo reklored to beauty and coat of uacfulaeM by PEE GEE RE-NU-L- It It easily applied, dries quickly and adda to thelifo and appearance of floor, t)fstrniture, and woodwork ta a Stain rNGet ami VaraUk combined made apaclaUy for beautifying faomca come Pm Cm tm Natural Wood colats. i White. Cold and Silver After giving it a thorough trial, I received relief, mi keep on using it and today 1 am a strong and well woman. If 1 ever feel badly or out of forts, I take Swamp Root and it always straightens me out. 1 honestly believe that this medicine would cure all troubles you recommend it for anil it is a pleasure for me to send my testimony and photograph to you. I think Dr. is one of the Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t greatest medicines on earth. Rcspt. vmirf. MRS. J NO. IJAILHY. West Main St, Portland. 7nd. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1th day o fluly. IW. C. A. IlKN'NiiTT, Notary Public. i i ti C amL AUUm T Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. Swamn-Root PEASLEE-GAULBER- CO., 10U18VH.UC, KY. I McaoBto MMSfodurt ! Prove What Will Do For New foiMDriig Gt. STANFpRP, KENTUCKY. FOR SALE AT MORELAND, BY G, B. PRUITT, KY. You Send ten centt to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Dinghampton, N. Y., for a sample tire bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be .sure M'rititos Out ( MOdnt Co., UdWt'AJ-tltu- y and mention the Interior Journal. RegDtpl.. OutUnoof , Tenn.. (or i'jvctul if fifty-cebotUrttrttiHLt on vour cum anJ 64. Mia huuk. Hunt and tire ular IiMUawt lor wwm," MM la pUla vttppor. NC UC tles for tale at all drug stores. one-doll- Mrs. Lula Mae Keid, oi this place, "that Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me a great deal ol good. licfore I commenced using Cardui. I would spit up everything I ate. 1 had a tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was I could hardly drag around, irregular. and would have severe headaches continuously. Slncestaklng Cardui, I have entirely quit spitting up what I eat. Everything seems to digest all right, and 1 have gained 10 pounds in weight." II you are a victim ol any of the numerous ills so common to your sex, it is wrong to sufler. For halt a century, Cardui has been relieving ust such Ills, as is proven by the thousands of letters, similar to the above, which pour Into our ollice, year by year. Cardui is successful because it is com posed of ingredients which act specifically on the womanly constitution, and helps build the weakened organs back to health and strength. Cardui has helped othersand wW help You you, too. Oct a bottle today. won't regret it Your druggist sells H. Hints, Ala. "I must confess", sayt NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS H. D, Carter, Admr of J. M. Carter, Sr Lincoln Circuit Court vs Annie Carter and others, Defts. Pursuant to an order made in the ..Ihivc styled cause all persons having claims against the estate of J. M. Carter Sr., arc hereby notified to file the same with I7.. D. Pennington. CommisCLEMENTSVILLE liasil Wethington, Sr has been quite sioner, on or before May 2Jrd, 1914. properly proven as required by law sick but it better at this writing. This April 28th. 1914. Moses Wcthington bought a eatm of M C NEWLAND, C. L, C C young niuli-- t from G. S. Wellington I'rice paid not known, W. C Wethington and wife, of GravTO THE PUBLIC el Switch, were the guests of Iheit I represent the largest and best sou. Oscar, from Friday until Monday. clothing house in this counRev L. U. Ford was m Louisville for try lid V. Price & Co., Chicago. 111.. a few days last week, My experience in measuring and Sherman Keith, wife and children, of the making of your clothes, Columbia, were the guests of G. T gives me the advantage over one who Abell recently. will is not tailor. If you 11. A. uud Noah Wethington made a gjve nic your order 1 will promise you business trip lo Casey Creek Friday, a iquare deal. You will get the worth Mrs, Flem Goodie is ouite sick. your money, either in the cheaper Mrs Alice Wethington, aged 23 years of grades the higher priced, My spring wife of W. R. Wethington. died Friday. line of or now ready for your samples April 24, of heart trouble. Funeral inspection. Callarc let me show you. and services were conducted Saturday af- H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor, ternoon at St. Barnard's church, after which the remain were interred in St Bernard's cemetery. She leaves a bus band, mother and nine brothers, four of whom are in Iowa, and one sister to mourn the loss. Iira if ua. ifal K. G. Wethington left Sunday for and ra. Neuralgia, llackaf bo, III Columbia where he it engaged in the It (ail. palaa. Your niuner Ilea aa: acta I a any part ioke business. "RKfiift ."Sis Ml DrugaUtt. Ina aaaal aai cirai Cure For Stomach Ditordert aauaiaa im Disorders of the stomach may be SWSMtafalaM.. avoided by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Manv very remarkable cures have been affected by these tablets, Sold by all dealers. Sit-unlamade-to-ord- J. gTSf .-, r. CUMMINS, Stanford, Kentucky Opposite Court House, C!reVuaV al TaJ mj ujMmWcmmyarr r top that waste & avvLrt. iB?i crj?;-r3tfv 3 . rmL J stalks and husks from your crop represent just so much Tf TfM uu.ut ills. IUAI.U At nt jristu DVUt J do not use them for feed and return them to the trround in the form of fer tilizer vou are cctthiir poorer every year. If your fields and barn yard ore THE littered with stalks and your ground is growing lets fertile season after season you need an INgKoH wM ilHrW aUilmWmrMMOSbmWF STSaal F?MBilBSHBai5)'Ij Tmmt lHBBSsiBBAJiCiiill imwBft A lldh It wilt convert all your corn from the ground level to the tassels, into fresh, succulent feed and it will keep your cattle la prime condition all year round. Best of all it will pay for Itself out of rhst it soycs for you in a single season. There will be another winter before long, with high priced feed and hard work, in zero weather. Why hot get ready for it by erecting aa ladlaa Silo before next harvest time. to tcU you about it. SmmBWmmBkXkkmf., wVe ot a mUjhtr rood propoaltloa uto a mauty suvcr. Cite caaaH rou right now W. P. KINCAID, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. V .yfi: Htl C- - 1 - ,, . TH INTKRIOR JOBUHAl STARrOH. KatMTtCKY. Tit SB AY, MAY 3, - f Lt International Harvester Oil and Gas Engines j Mff77JaP'. Hon. J. C. W. Bee kh Saturday, Nay 9 Have You Poultry Troubles ? Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Nearly all poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver. Thousands ot poultry raisers who use it all year round to keep their flocks In good health, highly recommend MEDICINE It splendid cure lor liver trouble, roup ind chicken cholera. Olvcn rcjuUrlr Willi the Intl. in tmlll dost. It alto nukes an excellent tonic F. ). Stowe, PurcclL Okla. POULTRY Candidate for the Democratic Nomination for U. S. Senator" ,jr ntlHCLiM CIAM AHD NAT ACHUMS EVERY Hwfa. IUk, itacttre HtfUtam Ufcn. Iim wise farmer docs what he save money, time, unneces- sary hard work, and to have as pleasant flultn, McVtri Mm. CaMrtun Fmic Cittw Mbn. WWtt MDak Hwmn Cilttntan Oil ay TrMMt COM --naimts W. ttrtat-TM- tiiuci . life as is possible. Therefore, wise farmers buy International Harvester engines, engines of standard construction with features like the offset cylinder head, 'accurately ground piston and rings, extra large valves, detachfeatures able valve guides, split-huthat make them last by far the longest and save the b a Will Address Lincoln County Voters 'M the Court House at Stanford on Bf ginning Promptly at 1:0ft P. Everybody Invited to Heir 'rntu t V Me v ClXEKAl UNt OaTncton Maun Shmi Cnaa SefutUf Firw Wfw lUtofTrvkt u4 Cai lubn Ft4CrMm KH Grit Jon "iilirTV most money in the end. He sure when you buy roar engine that it is an 1 11 C engine, and you will ba sure of best material and best construction. They are made portable, stationary, or skidded; vertical or horizontal; air or P. They Siies range from 1 to 50-operate on both low and high grade fuels. local dealer can show you International Not every Harvester entities. Write ns for interesting catalogues and full information, and we will tell you the Dams of the local dealer who handles our engines. water-coole- Hi. .: Rex O'Dare I NO. 3000 By Chester Pcavjnc No. 3184 by Rex Pcavmc No. 1795, ly Rex McDonald, 853, 1st dam Ethel D. No. 8856; 2nd dam 'I'rm'c (Juick No. 8855 J 3rd dam, Maud M IbelVt STOCK Roots International Harvester Company of America i. r . -' A ... New Albany fsiT'-- i ILicpnM) Ind. Ottene Plea Pterin McCtra&k Kdwaekee u by chestnut 1C06. 4 Herb! ttttot SaJ -- Bee Dee FARM STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE It'a a Liver Medlcise. 28c, 80c and $1. per Also a atrengtbing Tonic. At roar dealer. can. P, B s high, foaled 1910. Wilt make the sea son of 1"H4 at my stable on the Stanford and Shelby City pike, six miles fiom Stanford at $10 to insure a living colt No'jetvicc oil Sunday L. If. MESSER Stanford, Kentucky. Bir, In't hind foot white, 16 hands' .GOD'S MEDICINES Before Mating Your Mare VkV(r AND STOCK' NEWS Glenworth Farms Home of Bohemian King 2410 Wc have a number of fancily bred, registered including DIRECTOP. is hands, faultless in conformation sUilions Director 3657, Pisgah Denmark 2604 and Alhambra 4981. 1S.3 1788 FOR SALE. Two wool clipping machines A. V Carpenter. Morcland. FOR SALE. Two gilts with ten pigs 36-l- p V. M. Lay, Turncrsvilic. FOR SALE. No. 1 baled timothy !W W. V II. Murphy, Phone hay Stanford FOR SALF.. Coming 34-iour-jear-o- J and type; Bourbon King PISGAH dam Cathay 1470, by Hamlett 113.. He has proven a 1232 an excellent sire. DENMARK horse of the ever-popul- ar color, is by Emerald Chief ALHAMBRA dam Belle, C. by Harrison Chief He is bred right and will, therefore, breed right. is a full brother to the celebrated Woodland Echo, by Highland Will make very attractive fees Denmark 730.. Plaudit, being by Marvell King, and having for his dam the famous Rowena T. 4880, by Optional, if Desired. marc miilc; sound and all riiilit. Jcse Harlow, Lancaster. R. D. 3, Box 29. WE will in the rutiuc, rccche wool, onh at the depot in Stanford, and onl) on "the first three das of each week J D. Ends and Son, wool bujers. 30-V.TLD. To buy a good working and not mare not oer srx-- j cars-olafraid of automobiles. A. C. Zurbugg, 34-- 3 Stanford, Route 3. FOR SLE. High grade Holstein Hull caKes. highl) marked, sired b Paul Itect. Walker King Xo. 93716. Fur prices and particulars write to jos .In:s, Xo. 2. Bryant. Ind ;A1.K Thrrp Shetland Domes I.VUJ coming five, three, and two jcar old. j Casehalm Two marcs, one liorse. Extra nice, speak quick. Jno. R. Yeager, Danville, 6 34-4- Ed Nolan, of Eubank. loiiglit a pai mules of Dock hu of fonr- - car-ol- d banks for $400 At C.Mitlnana last week there were about 95 .mules void at prices ranging Thej were Ixmght from $120 to$173. Onl) 100 for shipment to the south. cattle were on the market but they 50 pound cattle wire rcauily sold. brought $40 per head; carling steers brought from $20 to $30 per bead; milch cows sold at from $J0 to $75 per head There were a number of brood sows that sold at $40 to $4250 each During the last three )cars 360.000 American farmers mocd to Canada catrjing with them an aerage of $1,000 Canada may be a good place to farm, growing oats, spring wheat and flax, hut the garden spot of ilicrsificd farming is in the Blue Grass One encmir-k'tnfeature of the Canadian farming d of the lexer is that fully pierican farmers return home after s car's experience with the cold one biting winters of the Canadian plains. g one-thir- Glen Brook nut Sorrel Stallion will make the Season of 1914 at my barn on the old fair grounds ar Hitstouvillc, Ky. He is 16 hands high wcigjit IJHO pounds He will serve a limited number of mares at $15 to insure a living colt, season due when mare is parted with, or leavThis stallion is by ing the countv Ashland Brook and out of standard bred trotting marc. He has proven to be a great breeder, having his colts to show for him His cpUs are all saddle colts, with good style and action Call and sec a good horse before breeding tinu' comes. A HIGH GRADE STALLION My high lircd live ) ear-ol- d Chest- CSAMJEWIITE.IWtN rWCavbrftrUfist MIT! Mta-- 4t I .ccordiaff to Mm OriffiMl fc roranulaa ft Meipe or Charllf 'WJUW-JCoo- n, Tha Cowboy Xarballat, for tit of human JiilmanU. Indoraad la Uu'Wel.' Thousands of TosUcaoalala. Oaf CaX-aatft, Um J WJIKWOX TCPX, for Um M- -. Great Body-Toni- c. man Bkia Only, aiak your drufgiai, w wrMa, I Cmpnded jlualr eiamarea er NtDU CWTHK A KltSCI MM Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 West IraMrway WHITE-MOO- N UbIweMi, KMtNtty.- - Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House , Ky. well-know- - Full information on request Your Patronage appreciated. Farm us your mares Corns to the farm We have a market. There's a welcome for you. ALLEN S. EDELEN, Owner, BURGIN. KENTUCKY Shipping points: Burgin. Harrodsburg, Danville, Shelby City, exchanges: Burgin, Harrodsburg and Danville. Telegraph U. Burgin and Danville. Tele-Phone W. FEEDS Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3 00 per 100 lbs. LinseedMeal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. J. H. BAUGHHAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Colt Futurity OF LINCOLN COUNTY THE 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 $100.00 AND AN ENTRANCE FEE OF $5.00 WILL BE CHARGED. THE ENTRIES WILL POSITIVELY BE CLOSED ON JUNE THE 1, 1914. ENTRY BLANKS, AND ANY FURTHER INFORMATION DESIRED WILL BE CHEERFULLY FUR NISHED UPON APPLICATION TO W. P. KINCAID, Sec'y Stanford, Kentucky SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May loth $1-3- 0 Round i rip (J $1.50 Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Iwm JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. We are in the TO THE FARMERS. n firm wool business for the of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, . of Springfield. Tcnii, and will pa ' highest prices for same. Wc want your trade bee us belore jou sen. .i. u. Eads & Son. Alfred, Stanford. Ky. 1ERSEY BL'LL. Masterman Ready 111270, sire King's Grand; dam. Pedro s Lincoln Maul. This bull conies from a long line of exceptionally fine milkers. XN make the season one mile east of Stanford on the Goshen pike at $2.50. Monev due at the gate. J. Ows36-ley New land, Stanford. R. D. 4. near Turncrsvilic bought Wm. baymare from Turan cight-- j ear-ol- d ner Carpenter, for $'25. Crab Orchard, Jas. Rogers near bought a nice oung mare from John riuiuic, of the same stttlull, lust week, for which he paid $200, r P Reed, near Parksille dclucrcd to J C Johnson alnnit 30 head" light weight hogs. They were engaged about three wieks ago at 7 4 cents per lb. I C. Johnson, the Bojle trader, purchased of C L. Litton, near Parksulle. Jersey cow for $38, of a e Durham lames Arnold, a calf for $30, and a veal calf for $8. D. M. Anderson, near Preachersvillc engaged His lamb crop from 120 ewes to Vic Lear, of Lancaster, last week, at seven and a half cents a oound. Isaac Harvey of the Disputanta section of Rockcastle count. solu" his 42 acre farm recently to Jim Gadd for $750, and will moc to Hamilton, Ohio. This same farm was bought by Mr. Harvey two ears ago for about $15. Thos. Tra'lor. this week bought the farm of 1. A. Potter, east of Stanford, containing alout 30 acres. It is re0 potted that Mr. Talor paid about for the farm, which is a nice little place, in good 'shape. Wayne. Thornton & Gibobns. of Marion county, shipped 116 first and second grade' hogs to the Louisville market last week. The hogs will average aliout 176 pounds each. They expect to reach the $9 mark on the best of thin. So far $895 has been their top l,r,ce News comes from Columbia that beef tas neer been scarcer in Columbia than it is now, in fait, there is none on the market and hasn't been for two It is said there is no butch months er stuff in the country A great deal of cattle is ilrhen throueh to Stanford from Adair county every court day, John U. Foster put 42 head of fat ftcde's on the cars at Rowland Saturday, shipping them direct to Green. Embiy & Co.. the commission men at Mr Foster has had the Cincinnati beeves on silage and early spring grass at hi farm two milts west of town on the Knob Lick pike They were in fine shape anil averaged about 1.200 pounds. R. K. Tarkington. a Bo)le horse and mule breeder, has bought a mare of Rev J. B. Jones, formerly of Stanford, for $200. He sold a combined gelding to Jerry Caldwell, Jr., for mare $175. airl bought a six-- ) ear-ol- d mile of Mr Caldwell for $185. Mr Tarkington also engaged his lambs at 7 cents per pound. S M Noel, of Frankfort, was in Lin coln county several da)s this week look ing tor a pair oi mules, wnne Here lie walking horse iKiught a from S H llaughmaii for a stiff price. He will iuc the animal on the fair cir cuit this season. The horse is one of the best that has been owned around Stanford in some tunc, as game as they make 'em F H Talor, Jr.. of Frankkfort. is letting contracts for the construction of turnpike roads through his 1J0Q acre estate in Woodford county, vvhich on extends from Frankfort turnpike the west. Col. Taylor will not grow any tobacco on his big farm, but is putting it all in grass and will raise fine Hereford cattle and Duroc-Jerse- y hogs. When he has fully carried out his (.bus his Woodford estate will be out of Kentucky's show places. i ml 5 3-d high-grad$L-50- Karndyke Popular No. 82319 This pure bred llolstcm-Fricsa- n bull wa bred b Case and Harrington of Lockwood. Ohio He comes of the t.tdlivc, 1.r..ilinfT in ... pn llflf IVltl. ta,jR lnanv 0f the best and most grains that arc producing a large percentage ot the great record cows Will make tlic present season at Monev S3 00. due at the gate One mile north of Stanford on the Danville pike Bdght's Inn Farm, Stanford. 35 will also stand lie great mule jack lim Rctd. the well knovln mule jack bv the old jack of Jim Reed's Having sold his colts at $100 at weaning time and is a fine breeder, having colts to show for him here He has a large lionc and his colts have gixvd ltone and si)lc He will stand at $10 to insure .1 living colt Monev due when mare is De Kal parted with or left the county B. W. LEIGH. Huitonville, Ky. 1 JIM REED for SEED CORN, FIELD SEED and Garden Seed The "Dazey" Churn. Mr. VV. H. Higgins I : ,,, BOSSEAU ford and Hustonville pike, one mile East of Hustonville for the season of 1914 I will stand my fine reelstered Percheron BossrAu at my farm on the Stan- at Samson Registered Percheron Stallion 78868 This is a splendid type of the breed Foaled with star in toreheau. May 25th. 1910. SIRE The great Percheron horse Sam. 25055 (54608) an imported hore from France, a winner at the Interna-tuna- l at Chicag": also twice wi'rter at irginia State Fair, tipping the scales at 2450 pounds. DM. Mason Girl. Registry Nr. 4898' A beautiful black mare weighing 1800. He will make the season at my farm at Knoblick Station. Lincoln county better known as the "Sow ell Givens farm,' at $10 to Insure a Living Foal Money due when colt is foaled, mare traded or removed from county. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur E. G. BICKLEV Phone 671, Danville, Ky INSURE A LIVE COLT Boiseau is a fine big boned animal, weighs 2,060 pounds and is just the Kind to breed to, to get your big mule mares. R. L. BERRY, Hustonville Ky. $IS TO The Churn 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. Two Great Stallions Standing at Hustonville great draft t will stand the two horses WATZMAN and FRENCH for the season of 1914 at m) farm near Hustonville at the low sum of $10 each lo insure a living colt Watzman is an imKrtcd German He sold for $3,000 oricoach horse I have used him two seasons ginally and his colts show for themselves what hi can do, all coming large size and with lots of stjle His colts show too well what he does, to need an extended description. French is a Percheron. and a Corn-pahorse originally and sold for I bought him in Mctcatf count), where he has done splendid work in the stud He produces splendid colts, the big st)lish fellows with fine lone He will attract attention am! shape an) where and is the kind of a breeder owners of mires are looking for He weighs 1,800 pounds and gets colts like him 1 also have two or three fine, big mule bleeding jacks which I will also stand at $12 and $10. J K. Baugbman, Hustonville, Ky. $2,-4- (0 BRING YOUR CAR TO: OUR GARAGE pair work of all kinds. Vulcanizing. PARTS and SUPPLIES FURNISHED PRICES REASONABLE Export Mechanician in charge of re- Lincoln Garage Co. Phone 203 STANFORD, KENTUCKY "J" aBM Hmi Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES har Uauteai t ONE MUHBN rOULTRY HOP t Kats OWE I GOATS FOR SALE ,..-- - for MiC- - To q, i.i. -r fi wIlo has ..b,h.. atari. Cowponi el nam faanoua nJ U wal Caaaaia. StM aJt otot tha , I.M Roota, Harba, Barka and Far traabawat of Huaiaa Diaaaaaa. drinking wter cure and prevent cholera, diarrhoea Wc bottle make I J iruM..t.. medicine booklet on "Dis- Sample a caaeaof iMwia" sent ritKE. i BMrHoaltiafrCo.l"lart.I? hoe, more profitable and hardier than sheep. Fearless of dogs and better browsers than either sheep or cattle. To clear land, they are invaluable. Call on or address. J. II. QUINSENBERRY, county, Ky . MRr Arabia Lincoln 29-Railroad station. South Fork. 8 PunUr'a ladtan Harba-- O Paw' Treatment. . Dakota Jack'a Cowboy I Mmn Dakota jack's Croma Soap, Price 10c, 3 ban Mi Ska DAKOTA JACK Tha Northwtattni Cowboy Au. on aui at Muiars' Drug Stwa, Stanftxr!, Dakota Jaek'a Haaa AaUfaaat Ky. oaioiNAToa or INDIAN HUBS PtnULEY At(aaa,Ga, ESV'... jc Mm , r;V, fjBBBBaaatjB t, TIIDIailaiBaaHHaaaaaaaHaaaaH wt av BaBBBBBaLw KibW .bbT i mmmmmmmmTmmmlmmKmmmmmmmm All Kinds for Sale by GEO. H. FARRIS. Stanford, Kentucky h- j - 1 aaafinlaa) Blaaajiajli'