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Established 860. 56th Year. 1 No. The Interior Journal 1 .rtA re W This When. Your Time is up-- v &ch the Date On label and Renew Your Subscription Promptly Papc$af 2 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 9, 1915. CONGREGATIONS HEAR TROSTLE EACH DAY Tuesdays and Fridays CATTLE MARKET ACTIVE AT STANFORD COURT DAY - r West End Farmers Losing Lambs. Stanley Stephenson, a prominent young West End farmer, reports the I. J. that the farmers in his part of Highways Are In Bad Shape and He the county are suffering much loss Wants County to Apply for State thru the death of young lambs occaAid to Repair Them. sioned by the severe weather which the little fellows are finding right He says that several men in Mc-- j nw-County Road Engineer J. L. ms section have lost about half of Kee RifFe has gone actively to work organizing his department for taking their lamb croP so far and he fiSures care of and improving the roads of I that if the same proportion of loss Lincoln county this coming year, and ! is sustained all over the county, it cost the sheeP breeders some-nehe is very anxious to have the ear-jwie of the people of thinS ,like ?25,000 this season, countv in this improvement work. urinS the ams at $5 a head. Nathan Mr. Riffe'has received a letter fromlHicks- - of the West End, has had 90 to come so far and has lost State Road Commissioner R. C. - about half f them- - s1uire J- - K. rell, with reference to this county apnlvinc- for state funds under the state Helm has Iost 15 and saved 12 SP aid law, and he will take up the mat- iar. iur. oiepnenson nas iost a nan dozen and others report similar ter with the fiscal court at once. 6 The roads of Lincoln county are j'the sheep breeders of the county, . right now in probably as bad condi- - - this paper would like to know, ,.fe tion as they have ever been in their , history, due to excessive hauling and MANY FARMS CHANGE HANDS extreme bad weather. Mr. RifFe says of the matter: In Southern Section of County Thro' "It will take time, money and paHustling Real Estate Firm tience to make any improvement. Improper drainage being the princiFarms in the southern section of ple cause of this condition, I shall Lincoln county have been changing give my first attention to this work, and I ask those who obstruct ditches hands at a rapid rate recently. Quite with hedge trimmings, fences, etc., a number of farmers from Tennessee to kindly remove same as required and eastern Kentucy are coming in fby law, Act of 1914, Chap. 80, Par. and buying small farms from local 52, 53 and 54. In many places on owners. The real estate firm of our roads the fences are so close that Guinn & Thompson, located near passing is dangerous and does not al- Waynesburg, has recently completed low room for ditching, causing the a number of farm sales of. which the water to overflow the road, washing following are a few: They sold the Butt farm on the away the metal and softening the Somerset pike, south of Highland to roadbed. In order to do proper ditching with the grader, which is Mr. Howell from eastern Kentucky the most economical and practical for $1,300. There were 50 acres in way, it will be necessary to have the the place. To another party from the full width of right of way, which will same section of the state they sold require the removing of fences in the Ed Jones farm on the Waynesburg and Crab Orcahrd road commany places.!' prising 54 acres for $1,000. The Jim All work is to be done under the personal supervision of the Engineer, Griffin farm of 140 acres near the .and no work will be accepted unless Somerset pike was to a Mr Hall, authorized by him. Any complaints of eastern Kentucky for $4,500. The farm near Bee Lick was as to condition of roads should be Williams made to the Engineer at his office in bought by a Mr. Howell, a brother of Stanford, or 'phone number 227, the man who bought the Butt farm, which will receive prompt attention. for $700. There are 100 acres in The letter from Commissioner Ter this place. This firm sold Mrs. Ann rell with respect to the state-ai- d law, Eliza Eubanks' farm on Buck Creek, JLjJ 'fojlwwiirto a JVIr. Mead, of eastern Kentucky,-- ; Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 2, 1915. for $1,350. Mrs. Eubanks had 60 Dear Sir: acres. They also sold Mrs. Florence You will note from the enclosed Singleton's place oit Buck Creek to list that thirty-seve- n counties have Mr. Mead for $1,000. There were 31 thus far applied for State Aid and acres in this tract. Dr. Perry SaJfders that your county is not among the of Pike county, bought through list. Guinn & Thompson, the Cicero There remains but a trifle over a Gooch house and five acres of land month of time in which the Depart- in Waynesburg for $1,500. A. A.r. ment will receive applications for Johnson, of Tennessee, . bought State Aid from the counties, it be- through this hustling firm, the Dan ing necessary to fix a date so that an Caldwell farm of G5 acre? neai Wayapportionment can be made and work nesburg for $500. John Thompson, begun on the roads in order to give of Lawrence county, a cousin of the counties an idea of the amount of Monroe Thompson, of the real estate money that they will receive from firm, bought the G. W. Gastineau the State The date has been fixed , farm' near Waynesburg,' for $400 for March 4th, 1915, after midnight There were 4'5 acres in this tract. Mr. of which date no applications will be Thompson is preparing to build a received. new house on this place.. You are aware that a five-cetax on the whole State, and your county Bennett Small wood as well as Jefferson County, will pay A beautiful wedding was solenniz-e- d into the State RoadFund regardless at Duncan, in the southern edge of whether you make application or not. Jefferson County will pay one-fift- h of Lincoln county last Wednesday of the total State Tax, or $120,-00- 0 when Miss Edith Bennett became the of the $600,000, the approximate bride of Durand Smallwood. The State Road Fund. No county can ceremony was performed at the home get back more than two per cent; of the bride's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. hence, Jefferson county would re- James Bennett at two o'clock, by ceive only $12,000, or approximate- Rev. L. B. Lee, in the presence of a ly that amount, and the other money gathering of friends .and loved ones. as well as that from other counties The bride is a very attractive young that pay a large portion of the Tax, lady, and the groom is a son of W. H. will be available for the poor coun- Smallwood, and has been teaching ties in excess of the amount they pay several years. He will farm with his in. father, however on their nice place I call your attention to this fact ! near Fishing Creek. Both have the and to the fact that you are missing ! congratulations of many friends. an opportunity to receive from the State assistance in road building, HUSTONVILLE ROLLER, which will not be kept open longer MILLS FOR SALE. than the date mentioned; and in pase you will fail to apply, the money As agent for the D. M. Lipps heirs, does not accumulate, to the credjfc of I will sell privately 'the Hustonville the county but goes to the counties Roller Mill and Electric Light Plant. that do apply. The mill has a capacity; is Your prompt action in this matter in good running order and shape and and the action of your Fiscal Court ! makes a splendid flour. It has al as a body applying for State Aid is ways been a money-make- r; is located advisable. If you have any reasons in a splendid farming and wheat for not applying or if there are any raising section, a good town and the questions you wish to ask, please environment could not be better. The state them without any hesitancy, as electric light plant is run. in connecI will be glad to correspond with you tion with the mill, lights the town or give you any information possible and supplies private residences and concerning the State Aid Law pays a handsome profit. I would urge that you read ChapJf you 'are- looking for a money-makin- g ters 86 and 87 of the Acts of 1914 proposition, investigate this, and make your application in compli- as it will be sold at a bargain. Terms ance with Section 7 of Chapter 87 on will be made right. the blank herewith furnished. W. D. NAVE, Agent 12-Yours Truly, Hustonville, Ky. ROBERT C. TERRELL, Commissioner of Public Roads. Bank Stock For Sale. I wish to sell privately ten shares The doors of the Central City of stock in the National Bank of Bank have been closed by the direc- Hustonville; Ky. Address or phone tion of the State' Banking Comrais- - "X. Y. Z.,?' Interier Journal office. ROAD ENGINEER ASKS FOR OF PEOPLE U st fig-th! -Ter-Jlambs - - nt 75-barr- el - 4t -- -- aoner. ..m. : ' 12-tf- ." of bilious attacks Your appetite will fail, you will feel dull and lanquid. If you are subject to bilious attacks take three of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon as these symptoms appear- nnd the attack may be warded ,off. For sale by all dealers. HEARD ABOUT TOWN C. C. GOOCH REMEMBERS Zelma Young's Murderer Caught? Mrs. C. C. Gooch, of Waynesburg, BAPTIST CHURCH IN WILL A dispatch from Lexington to the spent Monday with 'Mrs. E. C. Jorcity papers Monday said: John WalkOne Local Pastor Says He Has Never dan at the St. Asaph. Prominent Waynesburg Citizen Be- er, colored, arrested today at LoCounty Attorney W. S. Burch has Heard More Powerful Gospel gan, West Virginia, according to ofqueaths Legacy To Kentucky returned from Hot Springs where he ficials, confessed to the murder of Sermons Than These. General Baptist Association has been recuperating for a few Zelma Young, a white girl at Danville, Ky., last May. The Splendid congregations continue to weeks. He is greatly improved in The will of C. C. Gooch was prohear Dr. J. A. Trostle, the evangelist health, his friends are glad to know. bated in court Monday. Mr. Gooch girl was found lying ? bed with her H. C. Carpenter,vthe local Maxwell who is preaching twice daily in revidied at his home in Waynesburg head severed from her body. A big agent, took in the auto show at val services at the Presbyterian some four weeks ago. He disposes of reward was offered and many clews Louisville last week, and returned by church. One of the largest audienhis estate valued at $12,000 in a weie run down without success The Shelbyville, where he spent Sunday ces ever gathered on a similar occarather unusual way. First he orders negro left his hat in the house and sion in Stanford heard him preach a with his sister, Mrs. Homer Carpen- that his debts be paid. He gives to this led to his capture after a long powerful sermon Sunday night. The ter and family. his widow the property they occupied, chase. It is said he was trying to en"Marvelous Mat" Cohen, was here auditorium of the church was unable the contents of the home and stock ter the house when the girl .surpristo hold all who came, and a number Monday running for the Democratic in hand, and $500 in cash. This is to ed him and he killed her. who could not find seats had to re- nomination for Commissioner of Ag- be absolutely hers as long as she lives riculture "like a scared dog." Ev- as his widow. The FAMOUS OLD DISTILLERY turn home. rest of his estate erybody in this neck of the woods Dr. Trostle is one of the most powis to be held in trust by the Fidelity erful exponents of the Word ever seem to be for Mat, and if things & Columbia Trust Co., of Louisville, Rapidly Wasting Away After Big Business at Crab Orchard heard in Stanford or anywhere else continue as at present, he's going to and the interest from it is to go to One Stanford pas- get nearly all the votes in his race. the General Association of Baptists for that 'matter. The old Crab Orcahrd distillery, at tor declaied to his congregation Sunof Kentucky to be used in building Mastin Sale at Milledgeville. which has been made thousands of day morning that ho. did not rememor supporting Baptist churches nearber ever, during his long life in the One of the best little sales held in by. In the event his widow marries, barrels of whisky, is rapidly wasting ministry, having heard a more pow the West End in a long while was the principal of that portion of the away. It has not been used for the erful or as powerful exposition of that of H. A. Mastin, near Milledge- estate left her is to go to the Gen- purpose it was built for several years the Gospel in a series of meetings ville. cried last week by the popular eral Association of Baptists, the in- and as no improvements have been such as Dr. Trostle is giving. auctioneer Col. J. B. Dinwiddie. Tha terest on which is to be used the made for a decade or more, there is little reason why the old "shack" A splendid afternoon audience place was withdrawn at a figure of same way. greeted J"r. TrostV on Frld:y after- $750 but the household and kitchen The will was made in August 1912, could stand many more storms. The .5 o'clock. A ery illuminanoon at furniturde went at top prices, ard and J. B. Paxton is made executor. building was erected in 1867 by W. ting semi'i was delivered by the everybody was pleased. Mr. Mastin He will wind up the affairs and turn G. Collier, father of J. Harvey Colpreacher on "Jesus With His Peo- advertised well in the I. J., which, of them over to the Louisville institution lier, who made whisky in it for a long ple." The literal rendering of Je- course, explains it. But then, Col Din- mentioned above. As only the inter- time. The junior Collier, for a dozsus' words "So I am with you all the widdie is proving himself a prince of est from the gift to the Baptists en years, "mixed the mash" and is days even unto the consummation of auctioneers and "gets the price." can be used, it is a perpetual one said to have been as much of a sucthe age" was made the basis of com and as long as the Association of cess at it as he has been in the merment which was both informing and Sold His Maywood Farti General Baptists of Kentucky ex- cantile business, and those who know inspiring. Mr. Trostle was particuT. C. Ball, the "Mayor of ists it will draw interest from the his comfortable circumstances know what that means.Mr. Collier sold the larly impressive in describing Jesus has sold his little farm near sum left by Mr. Gooch. distillery to Dr. J. B. and Asher as the present Helper of ail who that place to Henry Browing, of Owsley, who operated it for a while. trust in Him, especially in soviet, Livingston, for about $2,000. As Woman's Club Program. soon as the transfer is made, "Maytrial and temptation. At the regular meeting of the Wo- These gentlemen in turn disposed of to James Fish, father of Mrs. J. G. On Friday night the subject was, or" Ball will move to Stanford and man's Club Wednesday afternpon at it Carpenter, of this city. Mr. Fish sold "Our Hidden Sins." The prayer of open his store on Depot-street- . two o'clock, the following will be the the Psalmist, Psalm 19:12 was deit to J. H. Hutchins, who made money program : out of it and later sold it to J. W. Good Mare Breaks Leg scribed as a fitting prayer for all peoVariety of Soil in Kentucky Mrs. James, who sold it to the trust, after ple, and also the other famous prayer beA valuable mare operating it a long time and amasslonging to J. L. Beazley broke one of W. N. Craig. in Psalm 139: 23, 24. Compare Bfineral and Coal Wealth ing a little fortune. On Sunday morning a large audi- her hind legs a few nights ago. She T. W. PenThere are less than 30 barrels of ence listened to a very enthusiastic is by Don Varrick and her dam is a With Other &aejL-Mrsnington. "Old Crab Orchard Whisky" in the and impressive discourse on "The blooded mare. Mr. Beazley hopes to Holy Spirit." save the animal and make a brood Chief Products and Stock Raising warehouse now and vhen this is ex, hausted the real stuff will he no Mrs. Alfred Pence. On Sunday night there was a mare of her. more, but it will be made as long as attendance. The audiLeader Mrs. W. N. Crai?. time lasts we suspect, for it is a good torium was filled to its utmost capacSpreading Out Si ity. The sermon was a searching, Salem & Salem-hav- e seller and people are not prone to rent booze- one. on the words rofthe prophetrNa yTfrcSmging which Vegan air tfie pajra-bi- g price for a than to King David, "Thou "Art the win mi it witn gooas aDout Marcn school-hous- e here last Sunday week, and not keep it on the market. The Man." The directness of the words 1st. They say theirf business has so conducted by Mr. Hiram Young of trust paid a hand?ou.e s.u or the distiijiiry, of the text was made doubly forcible increased as to make more room nec- Mt. Moriah, is progressing nicely. inure for the by the opening words of the preacher essary. Thomas Denham had the misfor- brand than the building, and "Old when he remarked that it was a text tune of losing his house and most of Crab Orchard" may now-b-e made, in that no one could get away from or Allen Overs treet the contents by fire recently. Small a half dozen distilloties in this and pass over to some one else. FollowCounty Clerk W. D. Allen, of Cas- insurance. He will rebuild on the other States. J. Harvey Collier told ing this line of thought Mr. Trostle ey and Miss Marie Overstreet, of the same place. an I. J. man that he has seen as high spoke with marked force and pun- Anderson section of that county, as 4,000 barrels of the favorite brand Moving is the order of the day gency, trying as it were to have a were married Sunday. here. W. O. Shelton has moved to in the warehouse at one time. He says personal conversation with each one Salvisa. Henry Anderson has mov- that it used to be a splendid whisky in that large company at? one time ed to Danville. Card of Thanks. Mont; Durham of and must be good yet, the way it We wish to thank from the depths McKinney has moved to our vicinity. sells, but that for yea-- s he has had and bring home to each one a sense of his soul need. The audience paid of grateful hearts all of those who Luther Montgomery and family are n practical experience with it letting the other fellow have his share strict attention to the words of the were kind and thoughtful of wife to stay with us another year. preacher and were evidently deeply and mother in her illness and death Mr. Ed Miracle has been very ill of the "ile stuff." impressed. and those who have comforted us by for several weeks with a complicaOn Monday afternoon 3Ir. Tros- sympathetic words and deeds since tion of troubles. A Lincoln County Man of Years Mesdames J. H. Newell and Ago Writes Entertainingly tle discussed the subject of Christian our fearful loss. We are especially Johnson, of Middleburg, were Guilford, Mo., Jan. 23. Assurance, pointing out the fact that thankful to the choir, the guests of Mrs. Horace Editor of Interior Journal the teaching of Christ and His AposRevs. A. H. Baugh and D. M. the week-en- d My time having expired for tles- is that "eternal life" is a pres- Walker, and J. L. Beazley and those Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Mason were in the Interior Journal and having been ent possessions. "He that believeth who showed their love for the dead a subscriber since before the paper hath eternal life." It is possible here by bringing and sending beautiful McKinney on business Monday. W. C. McGuffie, of Eubanks, was was out of its teens, I don't feel like and now to enter into that life of floral tributes. W. D. STAGG and here this week in interest of the Na- forsaking it in old age, therefore I enlarging visions and spiritual free- family. will strain a point and send another tional Remedy Co. dom and power. It is possible not Mrs. G. H. Floyd and daughter, dollar for one more year, notwithknow Christ personally. It isr the t i Miss Georgia, spent Sunday with the standing the places of the larger porFOR A BAD COLD privilege of every Christian to be I tion of my old friends of fifty years former's sister, Miss Artie Bastin. able to say with Paul "I know Him Little Walter Terry is visiting his ago have been vacated from one The sui'est way to stop a cold is whom I have believed." Shall we be cause and another, mostly by death, contented to live far beneath our to liven the liver and cleanse the father, T. L. Terry at Ludlow. Danand the same filled by others, stranMr. Albert B. Skidmore, of bowels, aud the nicest cathartic to priviliges? box of Casca-ret- s. ville, was the guest of his parents at gers to the writer. By and through On Monday night Mr. Trostle de- do this is a the means of the Interior Journal I Take one or tAvo Casearets Mason Gap a few days last week. livered a very solemn discourse on Miss Maud Mullineaux is staying have been kept in touch, I will call tonight and your cold may be gone "The Sin Unto Death." The cangre-gatio- n it, with the ups and downs of the doat McKinney. was a very attentive one and by morning. Miss Margaret Blackerby has been ings of old Lincoln. I am glad to note went home after the sermon in a the guest of her brother, Silas Black- however that there are a few of the FOR SALE Second hand' prayerful mood. The subject disold friends of my boyhood days yet L. BEAZ- erby, near Moreland. gasoline engine. J. cussed was all the more striking be12-t- f. W. F. Farmer, of Neal's Creek, in your midst. My, it makes me feel cause of what had been the theme LEY, Stanford, Ky. REWARD A horse was taken off was a pleasant caller here Sunday. almost like a boy again when I think in the afternoon, the blessedness of by a boy and sold. He is 8 or 9 years We do not think he will run a bach- of it, but when I tell you that 49 the ever increasing assurance of years ago this evening, I was married faith and hope over against the awful old, a sorrel gelding with bald face elor's hall much longer. Misses Pearl Hooker, Florence to Miss Lou McKinney, the Rev. a little creased and sprung a litdanger of a false security unrealized and until the door is shut, and opportu- tle in knees; very small feet. Is a Burke and Lizzie Davis, of Mason John A. Bogle sealing the vow, you good saddler. A few white specks on Gap, and Messrs. George Reed and will now say you can't be only an old nity gone. him. Reward for information about Oscar Carrier, of Greasy Ridge, at- boy. I imagine that I would surprise him. Notify John Morgan, Sheriff. tended the singing here Sunday af- you if I was introduced to you for Your Aid is Solicited a man of 75 years. Oh pshaw! I did ternoon. 12-2. The girls' dormiUry at Hazel Harrodsburg. Don't forget the regular preach- not start out to bore you with this Green, one of the schools of the C. ing day at New Bethel. Rev. Hub-bar- e, sort of information but I will wind CHURCHES NEWS OF W. B. M. recently 4 burned, The of Stanford will preach the up on the same strain. We have raisThe Revival Services nt the members of 'the ChrBan church are ed five children three boys and two second Sunday. ' will be continued asked to help in this time of great School closed here Friday, Feb- girls' You will excuse me when I need. Contributions such as pillow through this week with the possible ruary 5th with good attendance up to say that I think they are hard to get cases, towels, table linen and cloth- exception of Saturday. Rev. P. L. Bruce was called, to the last. We regret to see Miss Wil- around. The oldest is 45, the younging will be gladly' received. Please liams leave. She will vetnrn to her est 38 years. Those are our heavy leave at the home of Mrs. W. M. preach at the First Presbyterian weights 250 pounds and 130 pounds. Sunday morn- home near Eubank. . Bright. Mesdames T. A. Rice and church of Danville last Yours respectfully, ing because of the illness of the Rev. R. T. Bruce, Committee. Recognized Advantages C. D. HOCKER. u Dr. E. M. Green. You will find that Chamberlain's How to Prevent Bilious Attacks Cough Remedy has recognised adA heavy cold in the lungs that was When the bowels become irregu- vantages over most medicines in use "Coming events cast their shadsup- expected to cure itself has been the ows before." This is especially true lar you are uncomfortable and the for coughs and colds. It does not diSPLENDID ten-year-o- ld Over 1,000 Beeves in Pens and PricesAre High Mule Buyers Fail to Get All They Want. May-woo- d" three-year-o- ld . yf record-- breaking JgBgfr fmwmiiufoa f nri-ina- Pefiftsylvania, who waslooking-rfo- f some fat mules fo the northern murwt5. but was unab'e to secure ' wn.il. nt burred. So far as could bfr learned no horses chantl car..i? here Monday. -- Notwithstanding the fact that the foot and mouth quarantine has been placed on all of the city markets, Cincinnati, Louisville and other markets to which shippers in this end of the state, send their beeves, there was a brisk demand for the 1,000 cattle which were on the Stanford market here court day, and splendid prices prevailed, some of the best beef selling as high as ten and a half cents by the pound. Just how high some of the stuff was figured by the head is hard to say. One buyer told the I. J. that he estimated a price of about ten cents a pound had been placed on a bunch of small calves which were offered for sale by the head, according to the way they sold. As usual buyers were here from a dozen counties, or more, and stock dealers from as far south as Tennessee came to market with their herds and most of them returned with good fat checks in their inside pockets. Farmers with spring grass coming on are figuring that they can put it to no more profitable purpose than into beef right now with the war on in Europe and the demand for anything to eat soaring all the time. Several good sales were made on Saturday before the regular buyers came to town, a number of local farmers picking up stuff that they wanted on the road, before the stock yards were reached. Two sets of mule buyers were in town Monday looking for stuff, but did not get all they could handle. B. G. Fox, of the firm of Fox & Farris. of Danville, came over looking for some aged mules for the European armies, and bought a total of twelve head, at prices ranging from $115 to ?laO a head. Mr. Fox stated that he had just returned from Monti-cell- o where he bought twenty-seve- n head at about the same figure. W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, was here Monday with a Mr. McClary, of " -- "K -- Ju-rit- ha pall-bearer- s, :- will be of interest to the alumni of Centre College to note that the Gymnasium will be rebuilt immediately. It will be remembered that the new gymnasium erected in 1914 burned to the ground in November. A movement was instantly started for the rebuilding. The requisite sum has almost been secured at this early date for replacing the building, as it was before the fire. Reconstruction will commence as soon as weather will permit and the aim is to have the building ready for occupancy by September, 19 1-". It New Gym At Centre College. .t-....t,.fc--- James Evans, Colored Barber Dead James Evans, who for a number of years has been working at the barber trade in Lige Farmer's shop, died Monday morning at 4 o'clock, and will be buried Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. He is survived by his wife and two children. He was a well behaved, good darkey and had many friends among the white people. Killed A Burglar Night Policeman James Moore killed a negro burglar named Eugene Harding in the store of John Magee at Danville. The negro fired at the officer but missed him, but a bullet from Moore's pistol killed Harding instantly. He had recently been released from the School of Reform. 10-ce- nt six-hor- se ALB' Mr. Hamp Osborne and Miss Oaks were recently married. Prospects are goot for some weddings soon. Mr. Will Harvey Gooch will complete and occupy his new dence. Estes & Co., are doing a - Luda more soon resi- p. v Pres-byterianChu- -- large business this winter. Born to the wife of George Estes two fine girls? Al Payne is contemplating moving south. Albert Sutterels visited Austin Kidd, his M. E. Wheeldon passed through here on business. son-in-la- w. longer this condition exists the worse ! Vu can get rid of this mirery quickly by using HERBINE. p f Voce on pomar "to bed' and see Take' se'on going t'hcd anUpo you feel iokz day. I'rice 5('e. Sold by ShugHia Drug Store, & Lyne" Jtroi., Crab -:n( St-.nf.:- rd. A child that has intestinal worms is handicapped in its growth. A few starting point in many cases of press a cough but loosens and relieves it. It aids expectoration and sease that ended fataly. The sensible doses of WHITE'S VERMIFUGE opens the secretions which enables course is to take frequent doses of destroys and expels worms; the the, system to. throw off It BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYR- child immediately improves and counteracts any tendency of a cold UP. It checks the progre&s of the dis- thrives wonderfully. Price 25c per to result in pneumonia. It contains order and assists nature to restore conditions. Price 25c, , bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drag no- opium or other' narcotic, and may nornCal $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Store, Stanford, & Lyne Bros,. be' given to a child as confidently as to an adult. 'For sale by all dealers. JBros., Drue Store, Stanford, & Lyne Crab Orchard. Crab Orchard. d. - 50c-an- d Shu-gar- s'" ' jm- - s . .- - . '.ii , ". - .vSL r DIRECTORY LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING "Corner Uext to Court House" The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, February 9, 1915. The Interior Journal WALTON SI A "TEAK & SAUFLEY IN ADVANCE Editors and Managers. STHICTi.Y Entered at the fnttoffie ueond elan mail matter. t Stanford vestigation of the title to Beckham's seat If they care to. It will amount to nothing, and will simply prove once more how much gall and wormwood it was to them when he was finally honored with the Sena'torship by the people of Kentucky, notwithstanding their temporary triumph when they helped defeat him with Bradley in 1908. What a glorious thing it is for Senator Camden that he is not a candidate for governor or anything else before the people of Kentucky. 01-lJames simply "ate him up" in the Senate last yeek for Camden's desertion of the democrats on the ship purchase bill, which President Wilson favors. Camden voted with the republicans on the measure, and James taunted him with the fact that he had voted with them in 1896, 1900 and 1908, which meant that Camden had opposed Bryan every time he ran for president. A great many, democrats over Kentucky who had been staunch admirers of Camden regretted to see him take such a course, when they had been confident that he would uphold the hands of President Wilson in every suggested Vay. Ollie pertinently that Camden had upheld the president's hand while the republicans "tied them." Camden has but a few more days in the Senate, however, for Beckham goes into office on March 4th, and there's not the slightest doubt in the world where he will stand, for he'll be shoulder to shoulder with James, supporting the greatest president the country has had in several generations, all along the democratic program. ie Room Dr. W. W. Burgin, Dentist.. ..Room Dr. W. W. Burgin, Dentist Room Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Physician. ..Room C. Hays Foster, Insurance Room A. B. Florence, Contractor Room R. L. Hubble, Office L.........Room L. R. Hughes, Real Estate Room W. P. Kincaid, Tobacco Dealer Room J. S. Owsley, Jr., Att'yat-Law..- .: Dr. J. B. Perkins, Dentist Room Dr. J. B. Perkins, Dentist Room For Rent ...r Room Koom r or Kent 22 24 21 25 26 23 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX, of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Commissioner. WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. and Times seem to take great delight in "playing up" in their headlines the fact that the investigation of elections in Pike county disclosed that several votes were bought for Beckham in the recent primary at 3 a piece. The C.-- J. then goes ahead and prints a Washington story that the U. S. Senate may investigate Beckham's title to the office on this account How awful it all is. And yet when the most gigantic election fraud was ever perpetrated upon the people of a commonwealth in 1908 by a state demlegislature, when four ocrats were "induced" to vote for Bradley and against Beckham, these same papers condoned and commended the treachery that they displayed, and so far as we know, never suggested an investigation by a grasid jury, the U. S. Senate or any oilier tribunal. And we were about t- forget to remark that the C.-- J. correspondent interviewed one A. 0. Stanley at Washington, and that he remarked that the votes in Pike county were cheap, or words to that effect as " they" paid more for them in his county. He failed .to tell, however, how much "they" paid whoever "they" are for votes for him or how much "thej paid for votes for him Mn Lojfeuille, in Lexington, or even rigBlcrose here to home, where it is said that as high as $10 apiece were paid for votes for Stanley in Mercer and Boyle, while in Franklin we have heard that the rich friends of Stanley in the distillery business spent about .$14,000 to carry that county for him, by 11 majority. Of course we do not charge that Mr. Stanley had any personal knowledge of this. And we, likewise know, that Mr. Beckham had no knowledge, of any money spent to buy any votes for him in Pike county or any where else if some of his enthusiastic friends may have done so in some isolated cases. Let the C.-and the Times promote an in-Courier-Journal so-call- ed Women's Shoes .I Never since we have sold shoes has our business on WOMAN'S FOOT-WEA- R 26 27 25 28 29 30 The been so satisfactory as during 1914, and while that is true there are still some left of the very best sizes and styles we had. Now we want these out of our way before our new Spring Goods come and to induce you to come and get them we are going to make such a CHANGE JN THE PRICE that you who want shoes can not afford to miss them. Now listen at this. Our $5.00 shoes we price you now at $3.50. Our $4.00 ones at $3.00. The$3.50 quality at $2.65. The $3.00 kind at $2.00, and the $2.50 ones at $1.75. sNow this is a good chance to save a dollar and one saved is one made, you know. j I :::::::: McROBERTS & BAILEY Corner Main and Lancaster Low Prices On All Winter Goods Ladies' Coats, Men's Suits and Overcoats, Wool Blankets and Cotton Blankets - The stean.ship Lusitania, owned by British interests, went into port at Liverpool flying the Amer'can flag to escape Here's What You Want Heavy Shoes, Rubbers and Felts Coat Sweaters Ladies' and Gents' Corduroy Pants and Knee Suits of All Kinds Hats, Caps and Leggins Afc We must sell these heavy goods to make room The People's Market Place Adversu ornarir.es. German tise What You Have to Sell government will enter a strong protest, and unless this thing is stopped first thing we may expect to hear of FROZEN fish at Farris' Saturtay. j will be some of the belligerents going into battle with Old Glory at LAND FOR SALE 78 acres near their head, which will, naturally, Crab Orchard. See V. H. Mueller, tf give them a decided advantage for every American knows that one Wedding presents at Mueller's American soldier can whip his weight in wildcats, let alone 'a few com- Jewelry Store, Stanford. panies of European soldiery, no mat- nr IT IS A DANGEROUS PRACTICE to bandage up a sore throat with a heavy bandage, for the reason that as soon as the throat feels better, the bandage is removed, which exposes you to more serious ailments, use REXALL THROAT GARGLE. A prompt, pleasant, efficient remedy for Sore Throat, which does not discolor the teeth. We guarantee it to be .atisfactory to you, or we will refund you r money without question. 25 and 50 cents Sold only by us. ter what their nationality. The older member of the I. J. firm is responsible for an error in the last issteL6,x(his .paper. In mentioning the death of Mrs. W. D. Stagg he spoke of her husband having preceded her to the grave. We are glad to state that Mr. Stagg is still in the land of the living and gives promise of sojourning for many years, although the irreparable loss he has' sustained may shorten his days. We conflicted Mr. W. D. Stagg with Mr. Ed Stagg, who died while the writer was living in the South. A heavy western sadWANTED. Crab Orchard, 12-- lt dle, box 102, ROBINSON'S Next to Lincoln County National Bank Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. -i- -r"' FOR RENT. Room on Logan avenue.. 3Irs. M. J. Withers,12-l- t FOR SALE. Four lots on Land street, near Lancaster street, all tf joining. W. II. MUELLER. 7-- J. L. Beazley & Co., TO THE PUBLIC. clothing house in this Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the Furniture Matting, Rugs. FurnI cheapest grades or the higher priced. and SUMMER line of ture Exchanged all Kinds tMy SPRING now ready samples are for your inOf Stock. spection. Call and let me show you. STANFORD. KYJ H. C. RUPLEY, the Practical Tailor PHONE 42 made-to-order I represent the largest and 'best FOR SALE Six pairs of work mules, for cas.li or on time. H. C. country Baughman, Stanford. 7-- tf J. N HI II W Splendid milch cow and calf for sale. N. W. SAMPSON, Stanford, 12-- lt Ky., R. F. D. tfo. 1. OUR LINE OF SPRING CLOTHING NOW READY. WE CAN SATISFY YOU IN PRICE, QUALITY AND STYLE. ASK TO SEE OUR ALL WOOL BLUE SERGE SUITS FOR $10.00 Watch Ycfor Children Often children do not let parents know they are constipated. They fear something distasteful . They will like Rexall Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes like sugar. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Penny's Qrug Store. fr Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD ARTICLES EGGS IF CHILD IS CROSS, FOR SALE About 100 bushels FEVERISH AND SICK nice oats, also the new Silver Hull Buck Wheat for seed. F. M DUNN, Look, Mother! If Tongue is Coated Kings' Mountain, Ky. 12-Clearfse Little Bowels With "Cai-- " Jersey cow, cominp: FOR SALE ifornia Syrup of Figs." fresh February 20th, third calf. SIDChildren love this "fruit laxative," NEY WARMOTHS, Waynesburg, and nothing else cleanses tho tender Ky., R. F. D. No. 1, one half mile stomach, liver and bowels so nicely. north of Mt. Moriah church. 10-2- p 3t L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky . INCREASE YOUR ACREAGE THIS YEAR ' A child simply will not stop play- U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT. - r 385 410 445 IU30 1030 1117 1185 1365 ENERGY 10 CENTS ,WILL BUY . BEER Sirloin MUTTON, leg MILK PORK, loin BREAKFAST FOODS tm M CHEESE BUTTER RICE POTATOES EEANS, dried WHEAT FLOUR 2025 2950 3040 6540 HHHHHHl mmmmmm iHHHHBHHi Energy - Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities ing to empty the bowels, and the result is, they become tightly clogged with waste, liver gets sluggish, cm-ach sours, then your little one befeverish, don't comes cross, half-siceat, sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, system full of cold, has sore throat, stomach ache or diarrhoea. Listen, mother! See if tongue is coated, then give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours all the constipated waste sour bile and undigested food passes out of "the system and you have a well, playful child agn. Millions of mothers give "California Syrup of Figs" because it is perfectly harmless; children love it, and it never fails to act on the stomach, liver and bowels. Ask your druggist for a bottle of '''California Syrup of Figs" which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grownups plainly printed on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. Get the genuine, made Ty "California Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any 12-- 1 other kind with contempt. -tk, 50-ce- nt A SUITE OF ROOMS FOR RENT fronting on Main street in Lincoln County National Bank Building; steam heat, electro lights, water and janitor's servce. 7-- tf FOR SALE. Five extra fine thoroughbred Duroc Jersey boars; weight 80 pounds; price $10 each if taken Conditions indicate high price farm products. We have plently of Mattocks, Grub Hoes, Bush Blades, Snaths Axes, etc. Get busy and clean up more land : : : : : : : : W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky at once. R. H. BRONAUGH, Ky. Orchard. Crab 11-- 3 l inFOR SALE. Cypress 244-eg- g cubator; cost when new $32; in perfect condition, will sell at a bargain. If interested, write, call on, or telephone. MRS. S. J. EMBRY, JR., 11-- 2 Stanford, Ky. GET YOUR MY Handsome Line of Spring and Summer Styles for men's wear, is now ready. Call and see it, and let nre take your measure. You will get better work by ordering now before the busy season . H. C. RUPLY, the Field Seeds OF Practical Tailor. , 12-- 2t T. D. NEWLAND FRESHEST AND BEST One pound of flour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far as two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order Baughman's No. 1 flour from your groeer. This will help reduce the high cost of living. t MEMORIALS. -- ' 4 J. H. Baughman & Co Stanford, Kentucky . No tribute is so appropriate s a monument, cut from en- -, during granite. It stands unaltered, unchanged, preserving a memory through the long years. t invite you to see my work and designs before you buy a RELICS FOR SALE I have the following named relics that I wish to sell: 1 pair of hand rocks to grind corn on; 1 whip saw, 1 flax brake; 1 brass clock, this clock is not made like any other clocks that I ever saw; 1 little spinning wheel. If you are interested in such Keepsakes write for descriptions etc. J. B. WESLEY, BelUelvf. f Your Ear If You Please. What I want to say is this: I want you to begin the new year right by doing a portion of your trading with me. My stock is fresh and good and my prices are right Ky. 12--- J ! monument. HARRY JACOBS, Stanford. ky; .1" ; ' Storeroom For Rent. Storeroom at Waynesburg in fine location; good size, 22x40, suitable for grocery, dry goods or any kind of business; has one side room ;, apply to T. S. REYNOLDS, Record-Keepe- r, Maccabees, Waynesburg, Ky. m 12-6- p. - i j ft H. Farris 1 Geo. S85Eg$ " 1 'The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. J Tuesday, February 9, 1915. T WHAT'S INDIGESTION? WHO CARES? LISTEN First National Bank, STANFORD, KY. Condensed Report Made January 30, 1915. RESOURCES Loans, Stocks and Bonds " . I 2 Drops of goo-go- o GETS-I- Heard About Town Overdrafts United States Bonds Banking House and other real estate Due from Banks Cash '. lJ......"..$194,172.28 :."100.49 .. . 50,000.00 9,448.10 17,446.83 11 .. ,478.84 Total LIABILITIES $282,646.54 . $..50,000.00 Capital Stock Surplus Fund .................................................................. 28,500.00 .;: : 1,046.41 r Undivided Profits 46,900.1)0 Circulation 1 -- Deposits Bills Payable ": . '. 146,200. 1 3 10,000.00 Total WE SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT ., -- $282,646.54 n.,,,, j. S HOCKER, President Vice-Preside- nt "i S. T. HARRIS, V&s6''-'-,R(sa- H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. Mrs. T. D. Raney is able to be out after several days' illness. Social Calendar Mrs. J. B. Buxton went to Lanwill caster today to see her mother, Mrs. Feb. 10 The Woman's Club meet at two o'clock at the club rooms Jane Robinson. Feb. 13 The Beulah Walker CirMrs. B. Hagan, of Louisville, is cle will meet with Miss Gertrude Wil- the guest of her other, Mrs. Milford kinson, at 2:30 o'clock. Hall at Rowland Feb. 18 The Dixie Rook Club will Dave Thomas, local Insurance meet with Mrs. Alfred Pence. agent went to Lancaster Saturday . Feb. 16 The Rook Club will be ' and remained until Monday. entertained by Mrs. Will Severance. Miss Estill Walker, of Lancaster, Personal and Social v has returned home after a short visJohn B. Foster spent several days it to Miss Belle Denny. in Louisville last week. Miss Jennie Duncan returned to Mrs. Nora Goodnight spent Satur- Lancaster Saturday after a visit to day in Louisville. her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren. Mrs. Sue Curtis is the guest of Mrs. R. F. Campbell, of Maywood, Mrs. Frazier Hurt at Lancaster. has been the recent guest of her sisRobert Otter, of Louisville, was ter, Miss Maggie DeBorde. here a short time Tuesday. Miss May Jones, of Winchester, Mrs. W. R. Dillion, of London, is visited relatives and friends at with her sister, Mrs. Joseph Coffey, a few days last week. who has been quite ill for several Mrs; A. H. Severance has been Mrs. T. D. Newland was quite ill confined to her room for several days last week but is considerably improv- on account of illness. ed now. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons return- ed to Lancaster Tuesday after a vis it to their daughter, Mrs. J. M. Taylor and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ceph Grant, of Lancaster, have returned home after spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Mary Breedlove. Misses Matsy Grimes and Elizabeth Holtzclaw were the week end guests of Miss Mary Bailey at Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pettus, south of Stanford, are receiving the congratulations of theirfriends upon the birth of a son, their seventh child. . and Mrs. Ethel L. Mays and children, of Kidd's Store, have returned home after a visit to Mrs. S. T. Roberts on Route 3. Mr. and Mrs. d. Fox Dudderar, who have been boarding with his sister, Mrs. George F. DeBorde, have moved to their farm, about from this city on the Crab Orchard pike. Miss Mary Rode- -, Yie attractive daughter of Col. C H. Rodes, of Danville, was unanimously chosen queen of the June Carnival by the "C" men of Central University. Mr. and Mrs. M. C Williams, who have been with Mrs; Mary Williams for several weeks returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Williams stays about the same. Mt. Vernon Signal. Mr. and Mrs. Givens Terrill left Tuesday for Deland, Fla., for a stay I of several months. Mr. TerriU's Ufcleclnc- health has not been good for some time and it is to be hoped that the change wil prove beneficial. Lancaster Record. We are show- Mrs. R. G. Collier and Miss Clara Collier, of Crab Orchard, are enjoying a protracted visit to friends in ins: a line or the South, visiting as far down ns Montgomery, Ala, Returning in the these dresses in next month, they will stop with Miss Collier's sister, at Bentin and reGinghams and main for a few weeks. Miss Irene Woodson, of Middles-bor:: Percales' who has been spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Bruce, in this city, will leave this afternoon for Louisville, wher she will be the 98c and $1.50 guest of her sister for several days before returning home. Danville Advocate. Mc-Kinn- ey im $ (miM VTTTIf iX at o, How's This? SEVERANCE & SON Stanford, - Ky. Toledo. Ohio. Cure is taken Internally., acting directly upoa the' blood and jbucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent' free. Price 75 cents per bottle. SoW by all IfruggiKts. Take Hall's Family nils for. constipation. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY. & CO., Toledo, 0. We. the undersigned, nave known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and bellere him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation; . Bade by his Arm. NAT. BANK OF .COMMEItCK. Out Corn ! The following gentlemen enjoyed "Pape's Diapepsin" Makes Sick, Sour an elegant turkey dinner at the home Gassy Stomachs Surely Feel It's the "World's Wonder; Never Fails. of J. C. Fox, in the Preachersville Fine in Five Minutes eyes at your feet, section Sunday: Col. S. T. Harris, You'll make after yon use "GETS-IT,- " and you'll find Messrs. W. G. Gooch, William Law-so- n Time it! In five minutes all stom- the places where those blanket- - corns' and W. B. Mason. ach distress will go. No indigestion, used to be. Just as smooth as your cheek. heartburn, sourness or belching of The Messenger says that Miss Edgas, acid, or eructations of undigestna Camnitz, of Hustonyille, has taked food, or dizziness, bloating, foul en a position in the shoe department breath or headache. of The Hub at Danville. That she Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its will make good, her many friends in speed in regulating apset stomachs. this county have no doubt. It is the surest, quickest and most certain indigestion remedy in the The Tulsa, Okla., Daily Record world,-anbesides it is harmless. contains a double column picture and Millions of men and women now lengthy mrite-u- p of Robert L. Davideat their (favorite foods without fear son, who. has recently been elected they know Pape's Diapepsin will Senator from his district, defeating save them from any stomach misery. two popular candidates. The paper Lswrcnc Please, for your sake, get a large is very complimentary of the fifty-cecase of Pape's Diapepsin How Wide Is a 'GETS-ISmile ? Well, who is a relative of Mrs. Good Deal Orer 2 Feet!" , from any drug store and put your W. A. of this city. no corn or callus stomach, right. Don't keep on being There's of feet In the world among the "GETS-IT- " millions that G. M. Lyons, of Lancaster, was will not remove there's no escape. miserable life is too short you are "GETS-IT- " way, the simple, here Monday, helping his local force is the new long, so make your stay common-sensnot here sure way. It does away agreeable. Eat what you like and di- with greasy ointments, salves, pads, cot- to take care of the good business knives, gest it; enjoy it, without dread of re- ton rings, harnesses, limping scissors, that this store is doing during its razors, files, and the and the bellion in the stomach. special sale. Mr. Lyon's painful pigeon-to- e walk of so many Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your of "GETS-IT-people. All you do is put 2 drops Mr. Taylor and wife, are now active" on the corn up home anyway. Should one of the and good bye. Nothing else shrivelsworld ly in charge of the local establishIn 'the "GETS-IT.- " Millions are using it. ment, and are being-cordia-lly family eat something which don't like welno pain, no trouble, no changing agree with them, or in case of an at- There'sbecause of corns. comed to Stanford as residents. shoes "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists everytack of. indigestion, dyspepsia, gaswhere, 25c a bottle, or sent tritis or stomach derangement at Lawrence & Co., Chicago. direct by E. Monroe Thompson, the hustling daytime or during the night, it is Sold in Stanford and recommend- teal estate dealer on Buck 'Jreek. was handy to give the quickest, surest re- ed as the world's best corn cure by in town Saturdayon business. He 12-- 1 lief known. Shugars' Drug Store. says that everyone in that part of the county is greatly pleased with the ETNA school which Prof. Ernest Gooch is Mrs. Walter Warren continues J 4. (Delayed Letter) conducting, in Sub. qirte ill at her home. The farmers" of this community are There are about 30 in the disMrs. Hez Carter, of Buck Creek, has been quite ill for some time, her complaining of so much bad weather, trict and the attendance is always as there is a great amount of corn good, and very satisfactory results friends are sorry to learn. out yet. are being obtained. Mrs. Russell P. Brown, of LancasRev. 3d. Hubbard, of Stanford, ter returned home today after a visit-t- delivered a most excellent sermon at Mr. E. B. Kennedy went over to Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown. Etna church last Sunday evening. His Frankfort Monday morning to fill J. J. Corminey, of Bradfordsville, subject was "The Results of Obeying J the position of assistant secretary to is spending a few days with his bro- God'i. Commandments. In spite of the the State Board of Equalization. Bether, P. H. Corminey. badweather a large crowd was pres- fore departing he said to an I. J. repMrs. G. B. Turley of Richmond was ent. resentative : "I both enjoyed "and apthe guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. T Born, to the wife of J. T. Wheel-do- preciated the pleasantry in your FriBruce. a short time ago a fine girl. day's paper, but you gave me credit Mrs. A. T. Taylor, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Newberry Wheeldon, for being more than i am entitled. I ill of rheumatism for some time, is of Danville, visited friends and relawas elected assessor, and for which somewhat improved. tives at Eubank the f irst.of this week I am duly thankful, and was appointf Mrs. W. W. Burgin, of Crab OrElder W. T. Deatherage made a ed assistant secretary to the board of chard, accompanied her husband to business trip to Somerset Monday. equalization, but you were in error Stanford yesterday and spent a part V. T. Allen is putting the finish- about my being a member of the of the day. ing touches on his new house. board of supervisors this year. HowDr. Hans Grivelli, of Ottenheim, Mr. Will Evans has rented the ever, being the assessor of the counhas been suffering from asthma for house belonging to V. T. Allen, which ty this year I had to be in easy reach some time, his friends in town regret was recently vacated by S. H. Patof the supervisors, who frequently to learn. rick. called on me about this or that asM. S. Baughman, J. F. Cummins Mr. Walter Todd. has movea from sessment." and John B. Foster were among one house "to another 'one on the those from here who took in the au- same' farm. 'r ', There is about as much regret at to show at Louisville last week. V. T. Allen lost a two hundred-poun- d Crab Orchard over the proposed deMr. and Mrs. John Owsley Reid hog that was ready to kill. parture of J. Carroll Bailey ana famreturned from Martinsville, Ind., SatMr. Johnny George will leave for ily as there is rejoicing here oer urday night, where the former got Illinois about the first of March. The their coming to Stanford. A substansome relief from rheumatism. community regrets to see he and his tial citizen and a pan on of 'the Crab Capt. and Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey, and family leave. Orchard Banking Co., of wlvch Mr. little son, Shelby, of Frankfort, came Mayfield school closed last Satur- Bailey has been cashier fsr- eight Monday to be at the bedside of his day, which was taught by Miss Lot- years, said to a representative of this mother, Mrs. Joseph Coffey, who con- tie Herrington, of Science Hill. paper: "The departure from Crab tinues very low. She is somewhat Mr. Charles Doolin continues to Orchard of Carroll Bailey means a impi-ovemake regular trips to Anderson Wil- severe loss to the town and the bank. today. son's. He is a splendid citizen and has dune' A VALUABLE SUGGESTION much toward the upbuilding of our "The Best Laxative l'Know Of" town. As a bank official he has at Important to Everyone "I have sold Chamberlain's Tab-le- all times been painstaking, courteous for several years. People who and accommodating. Our section can is now conceded by physicians have used them will take nothing ill afford to lose ;;ueha man. And we It that the kidneys should have more else. I can recommend them to my regret just as much at the los.--; of Mr. attention as they control the other ustornors as the best laxative and Bailey's splendid family as we do the organs to a remarkable degree and cure for constipation that I know of" loss of him."Others with whom the I. Strouse, Fruitland, J. man talked were as complimentary do a tremendous amount of work in writes Frank removing the poisons and waste Iowa. Fof sale by all dealers. of the man and regretful of his leavmatter from the system by filtering ing. BLUE LICK the blood. The rain and mud make it very unColds and Croup in Children During the winter months especiMany people rely upon Chamberally, when we live an indoor life, the pleasant in this section. Mr. Allen Hasty has pneumonia at lain's Cough Remedy implicitly in kidneys should receive some assiscases of colds and croup and it never tance when needed, as we take less this writing, but we are glad to know disappoints them. Mrs. E. H. Thomas, Logansport, Ind., writes: "! exercise, drink less water and often that he is improving. Mr. Boyd Sims returned home Fri- have found Chamberlain's Cough eat more rich heavy food, thereby Remedy to be the best medicine for forcing the kidneys to do more work day. Mr. Elihu Miracle has moved back colds and croup I have ever used and than Nature intended. Evidence of never tire of recommending it xo my kidney trouble, such as lame back, to his old home tjrom Highland. We neighbors and friends. I have alannoying bladder troubles, smart- are glad to welcome him back in our ways given it to my children when midst again. suffering from croup, and it has ing or burning, brick-duor sediLittle Willie Snowden is .very sick never failed to give them prompt rement, sallow complexion, rheumatism lief." For sale by all dealers. may be weak or irregular heart a at this writing: There will be preaching here the tion, warns you that your kidneys reSunday in this quire help immediately to avoid second Saturday and month. All members are requested to more serious trouble. be present on Sunday for roll call. Many physicians claim that an T. J. Godbey will address the farherbal medicine containing no minmers of Turnersville on Friday night erals or opiates has the jnest healing February 12th, and at Coffey's influence. An ideal herbal com- Schoolhouse on the night of the 15th. v pound that has had most remarkable and at Jumbo the 16th. He will lecsuccess as a kidney and bladder remture in behalf of the Farmers' Unedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. ion. Everybody invited to come. Mr. OCULISJ You may receive a sample bottle Godbey is the organizer for this Unof Swamp-Roby Parcel Post. Ad- ion. He comes well recommended. OPTICIAN dress Dr. Kilmer & Co., Brngham-ton- , All members are especially requested Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted N. Y., and enclose ten cents; to come to each of these meetings. also mention the Stanford Interior Wheat in this section looks ba'dly. and Satisfaction Guaranteed 10-Journal. Office Over H. J. McRoberts Gas in th stomach or bowels is a IStoreSr & disagreeable symptom of a torpid Stanford, Kentucky liver. To get rid of it quickly take HERBINE. It is marvelous -- liver stimulant and bowel purifier. Price C. Your Property in the 50c. Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, & Lyne Bros. Crab Orchard. nt Comas the Children Cry for Fletcher's TIio Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has fcceu m use ior over 30 years, has home the signature of -- - and has been made tinder his per-'ff- l- sonal supervision since ixvP. fZcctfKl Allowandone to deceive its infancy. no vou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations " are ? Jnst-as-jroo- d" Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment, hut ffBr T e, Cai-son- corn-pester- ed son-in-la- w, goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is pleasant. Ifc contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. Ifc destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and. Diarrhoea. It regulates the tstomaeh and Dowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy ana natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. - CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Castoria is a harmless Oil, Pare- GENUINE CASTORtA ALWAYS jBears the Signature of Di-iLri- The Kind You Have Always Bo slklii In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENT JW COMPANY N6W VOU CITY n, A scald burn, or severe cut heals slowly of neglected. The family that keeps a bottle of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT on hand is always prepared for such accidents. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard, In Memoriam. ' How I have longed for you dear Dora, inrouirn tnose two lone ana wearv weeks, While my heart was filled with sorrow, And my eyes bedimmed with tears! 'Tis hard to bear this burden in my; In love and remembrance of my darling wife, Dora B. Mason, who departed this life Janua-3- r 19, 1915 at her home at Maywood. The shadow seems heavy 0 Father, as I walk through the valley of care, For well.t know that no other can drink of my cup of despair, None know how sad those partings were or what these farewells cost, But God and His Loving Angela have gained what I have lost. 'Twas hard to break the tender cord. When love had bound the hearts 'Twas hard, so hard to speak the word, Must we forever part. heart, I hope my love that when my time comes to follow I can join you up above. Written by a loving husband . JESSE J. MASON-. ! m TO REMOVE DANDRUFF bottle of Dander- ine at any drug store, pour a little into your hand and rub well into the scalp with the finger tips. By" morning most, if .not all, of this awful scurf Avill have disappeared. Two or three applications will destroy every bit of dandruff; stop scalp itching and falling hair. Get a 25-ee- nt n - Trr--..v.'V- - tgF- - -- - - - --....i?..sp d ts i Roadster New 1915 Model with full equipment and 17 new l i features .x Price $670 The biggest automobile value ever offered for less than $1,000. A fast, powerful and handsome, g car. Holds the road at 50 miles an hour. All the high priced features of high priced roadsters. High tension magneto; sliding gear transmission; left hand drive, center control, anti-ski- d tires on rear. The production of 60,000 Maxwells during the coming year makes the price of $670 possible. With Ciray &. Davis electric and electric lights $55 extra. sweet-runnin- m r I m "J I ; st KSKflUhr . v-S- - rtrl1 -.img self-start- er Dr. W. N. CRAIG mm ; ' ' S i f. - "-- 'y: i '- ' ,' :rc: m ot a H. C. CARPENTER, Stanford, Kr. At Lincoln County National Bank. Catalog or Demonstration on Request 3. In ,ni" ' .MBIiS BVkk7kib 1 it I; . . 7r7IK&2iHBBB - INSURE J. M'dary Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Col o'f kr ; ! f t Hartford, Conn., with i I I w i rim Hall's Catarrh SALIN & SMITH, Age rm on lessons, ana 'iext lor the Whole practical wM year, wub SDiritn&l JExnfeaatifliM- ISmH In SUt bat Ur In SvmmHm M4 (Fact DaHy Bible ReadingsT&MLS.atoQ iigat-to-uie-poi- nt IFOR POCKET S.S. COMMEHTARY 6 1915.SELF-PMOt!etM- MHkB Fii4;r:i' Stanford, Kentucky -- i- MHHBXWBKSajMM iciofnMtSSSJSwZ UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI for Jfetos Mt DoetoafcL W X pWh JftBIWp "J OfffCi PfcMt 167. PIMM M MMBW' 'Hftnrey M. Em, etow,' Kyt TiHIFO KEHTIICKYr zm a Grg Hllt N, it.'B' h r.: r"U - - v.- - J ? i! N. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. .Tuesday, February 9, 1915. .WWWAWWAWUWWWU -- NICE BUILDING LOT FOR SALE The lot north of my resi- . containing about three acres. This lot lays in an 'L" "shape, running west "and the north back of the Ellis place. : : : Mrs. Oma L. Proctor VWVWWWUVWV'WAW'.WW dence on Danville street, Farm and Stock News V. C. Gilliland, near King's Mountains, sold to Harve Acton, a milk . cow and calf for SC5. E. P. Woods delivered this week to J..E. Wright, near Shelby City, a couple of nice jennets for which he received $200. Ed Jones, of the lJ'ick Creek bought a couple of pigs from Mack Eubanks for $8. They weighed 65 and 85 pounds apiece. Thompson, Monroe of Buck Creek, bought a couple of nice mares from Bob Thompson of Lawrence county for $300. A New York telegram says Directum I, 1 :58 the world's champion pacer, was sold to M. E. Sturges for $45,00. He will be prepared for exhibition purposes. Gran Jones, a prominent farmer and leading democratic worker of the Buck Creek section, recently sold a nice mare mule to Hop Steele near Waynesburg for sec-do- n, two-year-o- I9 -- - ld $150. J. D. Whitehouse, on the Danville pike bought of K. Dunnigan, of Huba bunch of butcher cattle at six cents a -- jound. He also bought a car load of Jim Yowell of Hustonville for seven and cents a pound. A small strawberry grower near Sanford, Fla., sets out plants in September, which bear from January to September, and while he has never planted a full acre, he estimates that at the rate at which his patch has yielded, an acre would bring him about $3,400 per season. ble,, 800-pound one-four- th 1 Sterling Curtis, near Walnut Flat, has just bought from Rogers Bros., of Harrodsburg, a yearling Black Berkshire sow, already bred to a fine boar, for which he paid $30. M. K. Wilson, of the West End, sold a bunch of 23 hogs to John J. Allen, of Hustonville, that averaged 200 pounds. He got six arid a half cents a pound. During- the past month J. C Caldwell, of Boyle county, has shipped 441 head of export cattle and received $8.40 per hundred for all bui 145 which went at $8. Green Gooch, the popular Waynesburg stock buyer, brought up a nice herd of beeves for the market here Monday. He disposed of 19 head to different parties at from $25 to $52 a head. E. G. Gilliland, north of Waynesburg, sold a nice hull to W. B. last week for $52.50. To Clarence Sims he sold a couple of calves for $35 and a mare to George Walls for $135. Wm. Moser, of the Milledgeville pike, has engaged his fat steers to Charley Lutes, of Goldsboro, N. C, to go on March 10th. They will average about 1,100 pounds. Mr. Moser sold 23 head and got seven and a quarter cents a pound for them. M. F. Lawrence, of the Preachers-vill- e section, traded a sorrel work horse to George Smith sorrel mare and for a gave him $35 boot, last week. Mr. Lawrence sold to John Cress, the East End buyer, a bunch of fifteen shoats that averaged 100 pounds, at six and a quarter cents a pound. W. B. Maynard, on tKe Hustonville pike, sold to John. J. Allen, of Hustonville, a drove of 40 hogs that averaged 140 pounds, at $6.45 a hundred. To Mr. Montgomery, of Mr. Maynard sold a cow for and a heifer for $40 to Joseph $50 Estes, on the Ware place. J. M. Gooch, of the Goshen section, is greatly pleased with the profits he made off a half dozen Jersey cows during the past year. Mr. Gooch is a careful farmer and keeps close tab on what his herd does. He sold the cream from these cows to the Stanford Creamery, and realized a total of $423.73 from this source, besides slopping a lot of hogs on the skim milk and using what his family require of milk and butter. He as loud in his praise of the good that such an institution as the Creamery does for a community. In giving the acreage that a number of Lincoln county farmers will Mc-Guffey Produce Wanted ! I will still continue to fea& DEila) twill relieve vour indiaestion. Many people in this town have used them and we have yet to hear of a case where they have failed. We know the formula. Sold only by us 25c. box.' Penny's Drug Store. buy your CHICKENS, EGGS and HIDES at the Highest Market Prices, at The Garage on Cut Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. Phone 203. John C. Pepples, bought 16 shoats last week from Morgan Beazley for $60. N. T. Gutman, near Crab Orchard, sold a yearling steer for $20 and a tsteer for $25 to a Mr. Prewitt, of Mt. Sterling, here, Monday. B. G. Fox bought a nice fat mule from John B. .Foster here Monday for $140. Mr. Fox bought him for a Boyle county farmer. F. L. Thompson, of Preachrsville, sold eight yearling steers here Monday to a Mr. Murphy, of Winchester at $35 a head. To a Mr. Cotton, , he sold a bunch of from calves at $25 a head. R. E. Gaines, east of Stanford, sold here Monday to Jerry Caldwe.ll, Jr., of Danville, three extra nice Shorthorn bull calves at $60 a head. Mr. Gaines sold- during the day 11 head of his calves" at an average of about $50 a head. Gai-rard- have this year, in Friday's issue, the I. J. credited Sam Holtzclaw with only six acres when the fact is, that he is planning to put in about 150 acres on the Josh Jones farm, which will certainly be some hemp. James and Sam Harris, of Hubble, bought 20 nice calves from John Cress here Monday at $30 a head. Mr. Cress bought them from G. B. Bruner, of Jessamine county at a dollar. a head less. R. K. and J. A. Young, of Adair county, sold 22 head .of black Aberdeen Angus steers to Peel & Co., of Nicholasville, here Monday at $28.50 a head. To E. H. Walters, of Danville, they sold 10 heifers at $35 a head. Prewitt Thompson, a well known young trader of the Preachersville section, sold a cow for $40 and nine calves at $20 a head to Mr. Cotton. To Vic Lear, of Lancaster, he sold a fat calf for $26.50 and a cow to Lige Wilson, of Crab Orchard for $20. TDr.LeGear;large$t norsemu world. ijht.h m gT rB 4 An expert Veterinary Surgeon on your farm! the personal prescription of an expert Veterinary Surgeon, These Remedies have been When you buy any one of Dr. LeGear's Remedies you get Tested 20 years Greeley Lutes, two-year-o- of Turnersville, ld seven-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld three-year-o- ld Mc-Kinn- Charles Reichenbach, near recently had a sow to farrow 19 pigs, of which 16 are living and about a week old and doing well. Who can beat this pig tale.? S. H. Baughman is preparing to graze a sizable herd of steers this spring. He has about 125 on hand now on his various farms. He bought Saturday from R. K. Young, of Adair county, a bunch of 35 head, averaging 650 pounds at $41.50 a head, and a smaller bunch of calves, at $35 a head. George D. Boone, south of Stanford, bought seven hogs from John Sabel, of Ottenheim, that averaged 135 pounds at six cents a pound. From two German farmers he also bought 11 head of porkers of about the same weight at the same figure. From A. Moes, he purchased four mixed cattle at $27 a head. S. P. Marcum, of the West End, sold 24 head of fat steers to Jim Yowell, Hustonville at se'ven and a quarter cents a pound. They averaged 1,100 pounds. It is understood that Mr. Yowell resold them to John Johnson, of Danville, at the same figure. The last of the bunch were delivered Monday. Cashier W. M. Bright, of the Lincoln County National Bank, last week sold a car load of his fat mules, to W. E. coming Cody, of the W. E. Cody Sales Company, of Columbus, Georgia, at $135 around. Mr. Cody is a partner of John H. Shanks, formerly of this city. There were 20 head in the load. Mr. Cody also bought a load of the same class of mules in Shelby county.. McKin-ne- y, three-year-old- s, ,600-poun- sold to J. D. Whitehouse, of near Danville, sold a bull for $45 here Monday, to Sam Anderson, of Garrard. Mi'. Lutes sold a .couple of butcher steers that averaged 600 pounds, at five and a half cents a pound, and four that averaged 650 pounds to S. B. Sanders, of Hubble. From Mr. Whitehouse he bought four d beeves at six and a half ness of every kind of stock and poultry. There are twenty-tw- o Remedies prescribed by Pr. LeGear each the best for its purpose; and all Guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. We have a limited supply of Dr. LeGear's 50c stock instruction book 12 pages, 200 subjects, 64 illustrations which we will give free with a purchase of any of Dr.LeGear's Remedies. Get jour free book while the supply lasts, at 1 and proved best in thousands of cases of injury and sick- "public sale Of Real and Personal Property I Will on MARCH 6th, 1915 SATURDAY, at my barn in Hustonville, Ky., be-ginning at 10 o'cloek a. m., sell at : Public Auction, the following described property: One tract of land containing 18 acres, located inside the limits of the town of Hustonville, all in grass, good tobacco barn and plenty of ,water; also 1 good brood mare; 1 good driving pony, 8 years old; 1 coming yearling horse combined gelding; mule; 1 1 combined gelding; 1 Jersey cow, will be fresh in May, subject to register; 1 Duruc sow and pigs subject to register; 5 coming yearling calves; also, I will offer my tract of land all in the town limits of Hustonville, all in grass and a good tobacco barn, 72x36, water at the wagbain, about 18 acres; 1 hack; 1 runabout; on; 1 1 cart; 1 turning plow, good as new; 1 mowing 1 cultivator; 1 harrow; 1 corn drill; 1 hand tobacmachine; co setter; some harness; 1 self feeder crank cutting bo; 1 piano, good as new; 1 big swing stable lamp. 12-t- cents a pound. J. M. Roberts, the veteran stock dealer of Pulaski county, came up Monday with a bunch of nice stuff that he had no trouble in disposing of. To K. Walker, of Garrard, he sold 12 yearlings at $35.50 a head. James Spilman of Harrodsburg, bought four heifers from hint at $36 a head. To A. J. Hughes, of Hazel Green, he sold seven calves for $105, and a nice butcher cow to O. P. Huffman, the Stanford butcher at five and a quarter cents a pound. Mr. Roberts disposd of 15 head of yearlings to various other parties at an average of $27 a head. W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, KY. Two fat steers belonging to H. G. Lutes, of Turnersville, got on the L. Geo. H. Chicago, 111., a prominent druggist, has & N. tracks on Depot street Monday published a guide to health, in which he as Mr. Lutes was taking them home shows how he cured himself and brought ftom the stock yards, and were kill- relief to thousands of qther sufferers ed by a freight train. They were from constipation, biliousness, indigestion and intestinal troubles by the use valued at about $50 a head by Mr. of French healing oils. One dose usu- Lutes. ally convinces. The most chronic cases rarely need over three doses. This book will be mailed free on request. Mayr's ' i i. Wonderful Remedy is sold by leading O&le with the positive druecists understanding that your money will be refunded without question or quibble if ' I will sell at the court house door ONE bottle fails to give you absolute in Lancaster, Ky., on satisfaction. FREE BOOK OX STOZTCACH ILLS. Mayr, of 154 Whiting St., I ! even-wher- e t JUDllC , , Ol LailU. PUBLIC SALE will sell at public auction on SATURDAY, FEB. 13th. 1915 at my place, one mile southwest of Crab Orchard, the following: One bay mare'j seven years old, one coming horse, one five-yeold Jersey cow; one yearling Jersey heifer; one mowing machine; one turning plow; one International hay bailer; one rubber tire buggy and harness, etc. Also all my household I two-year-o- i ld d and kitchen furniture and things too numerous to mention. Terms mnde on Hjiv o' ale. DUDE JARMAN, W. V. DUNN, Crab Orchard, Ky. Hustonville, Ky. 22ndf W. C. Pettus, north of Stanford, sold to John Spoonamore, a couple County Court day at 11 o'cloek A. ' of fat hogs at $6.75 a hundred M. to the highest bidder my farm of pounds. They averaged 277 2 113 acres located in Garrard county pounds. Kentucky on Drake's creek and near the Fall Lick pike and adjoining the lands of George Brown and others. When People Ask Us This is the farm where I now live what is good for nerves and lost weight j we always recommend and will show the farm to anyone desirimr to look at it before day of, other sale. Possession given within 30 mSmmSSSmm i On Monday, February 1-- ar I containing llypophotphilca Emulsion days from date of sale. TERMS a food tonic and tissue builder. Penny's Drug Store. sale. Made known at time of J. P. BALLARD. "" And We Lead Again Last Week .; V. The Highest Price Basket of any size Sells Over Our Floor 1 20 Pounds Sells for $4 1 .OO . d We repeated right back, selling basket for $39.00 per hundred. The highest individual average 3,225 pounds, averaging $18.35 per hundred. We sold over a QUARTER MILLION POUNDS LAST WEEK, with practically no rejections. Just a few of those who have made good averages the past week Don't take our word for it; ask them, or better still, get any advertisement or all advertisements we have made this season, bring them and compare with our books; they are open to the public, and we will VERIFY EVERY STATEMENT POUNDS, PRICES and AVERAGES. You , can do as well if you have the goods. 315-poun- ' -- -- n js. 4 W. M. Reid, Lincoln county 1,545 lbs., $198.55, or ..$12:85 F.odes & Devine, Mercer County ll 6,375 lbs., $973.89r or Tilford Alexander, Boyle county 1,785 lbs., $256.94, of..'. $15.33 Best Basket, 105 lbs., $41.00 per hundred Spoonamore & Pollard, Boyle county, 5,515 lbs., $790.02, or M. F. German, Boyle county 3,680' lbs., $550.23, or - ,.....$14.35 $14.40 $14.00 Durham & Gosney, Garrard County 4 4,450 lbs., $611.94, of jCastello & Franklin, Lincoln county, 3,225 lbs., $591.31 or: $18.35Best Basket, ,315 lbs., 39.00 $15.00 $13.15 Combs & Sultz, Jessamine county 3,035 lbs., $399.27," of. PLEASE REMEMBER, WE SPLIT NO COMMISSIONS WITH ANY ONE. WE TREAT EVERY SELLER ALIKE, LARGE OR SMALL, AND TRY TO DO BUSINESS LEGITIMATELY. PLENTY OF PURE TESTED WHITE BURLEY SEED FREE TO YOU. WRITE OR PHONE US ANY TIME AT OUR EXPENSE. TELEPHONE No. 223. v . Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. (INCORPORATED)- - ' h H. C. BRIGHT, President & 'M WALNUT STJETT, DANVILLE, KY. v L ,J . ALLEN HIEATT, Secretary J- i ; t ',- a?J' 'i J c :. r." , & wH;i' if - I