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The No. 1 INTERIOR j OURNAL Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 16, 1915. Y. This Paper Stops When Your Time 1 tf is up watch the. Date Om Lahel r-"NW xenew rour snoscnpfoa VI :'e, ,A ... 1. J i w Established 860. 56th Year. 1 A. Tuesdays and Fridays MULES SALES AT DANVILLE SPECIAL TERM TO TRY LATEST WAR NEWS. LINCOLN COUNTY ASKS BEST PROTECTION IN STATE his doings during the past year. He WHICH NEGRO MURDERED said that he did not know Walker and W. BURTON SLAYER OF-PART OF STATE ROAD FUND Count von Bernstorff, the German LITTLE ZELMA YOUNG? did not know him until he saw him in For Town of Stanford's Size Says Fox & Farris Buy War Mules In Ambassador, delivered a note to the Morning And Sell In Afternoon Logan jail. He denied having met the Fire Marshal, After Tests Here Judge Hardin SeisWeek of April United States which was transmitted Fiscal Court Takes Necessary Action Unusual Problem Presented To Court him in August and denied all he is . Fox &Farris, the Danville mule to Great Britain in which it was an6th for Case February Circuit him in August, alleged to have told "Stanford has as ,good or better At Meeting Friday Riff es Work When Examining Trials Were dealers, had a busy day at court day nounced that the German proclamaCourt .Convenes. and denied all he is alleged to have fire protection in lts waterworks Highly Commended Friday Held at Danville at Danville Monday. In the morning tion of a submarine warfare against told him point blank. He claimed that system as any town of its size in the they were busy buying war mules merchant ships in British waters he had never been in Kentucky until state," said Assistant State Fire Judge Charles "AS Hardin and' Com be put into effect two days held sale at Lincoln county's Fiscal Court at its The question of which of the two he was brought here on this trip. In ftfavclml T7If1waT.fi AT TTir nf T.PVinrr- - monwealth's Attorney Puryear were and in the afternoonCapt. a D. Eng- would unless the British Government hence, stable, conducted by T. May said formal aclast Uate in arriving arid it was 10:30 lish. They negroes in jail at Danville, killed lit- ing of last year he Mo. he was liv- ton. who was here Saturday morn- - fc receded in the matter of stopping meeting secureFriday tookof the state .received Monday morning He claimed ing for the purpose of making an When the February term of the Lin in Kansas City, tion to a portion tle Zelma Young there last May, that he had always lived there and exhaustive test of the local water com circuit court convened Monday at Shelby City 31 mules that they shipments of foodstuffs to Germany. road fund to assist in reconstructing hinges on a question of veracity of in St. Joe up until May. He said that works system, inspecting the city morning. A grand jury was impan- purchased in Richmond Saturday at The danger to neutral shipping was roads in this county. Formal steps again pointed the negroes. Both were held over to in April he was working in a rock school with regard to fire drills, and elled at "once and Judge Hardin de- an average of $115 to $140 a head. state that the out. Berlin dispatches will be taken in the matter this week, reply of Germany to when Squire W. M. Fields, County by quarry getting out building stone for adequacy of exits etc. from the opera livered a strong and forceful charge They brought at Danville Monday all await the action of the grand jury that could be obtained that filled out the protest of the United States is Attorney W. S. Burch and Road EnCounty Judge G. W. Coulter at their about three weeks. He then went to house and moving picture shows. making his remarks . pointed as his firm in tone though friendly in form. gineer McKee Riffe go to Frankfort examining trial last week. Walker, work, for John Hook, manager of the Mr. Hite had Chief of Police Car- time was limited. He dwelt on the to specifications. At the sales held in In a statement to the House of the afternoon, the following sales who first told the officers that he Longdale racing stable near Lee's ter, Mayor Florence and other offi- general infractions of the law and Commons in which he compared the to lay the action of the Fiscal Court his story Summit, Mo. Heworked there up un- cials make tests of the city's fire de- urged the grand jurors to leave no were made. before the state Road Department, did the killing, changed Bay horse, aged, consigned by Mrs. proposed plan for naval warfare by and put in formal action for a portion when he was arrested, said that til the last of May, when he was partment equipment. He was anxious stone unturned in their effort to Germany as open piracy, Winston Price did it. On the other hand, Price stricken with smallpox and went to also to gauge the amount of water bring before them those who had Surber, of Junction City, sold to Geo. Spencer Churchill, First Lord of the of the road fund. This fund is Lunsford for $39. pest-houin Kansas City. He which the water pumps could throw been guilty of any unlawful act in protests his innocence. The case pre- the from the five cent adAdmiralty, intimated Aged sorrel horse, consigned by for six days, on a blaze, the distance of projection, the category. sents a very interesting problem for stayed in the pest-houthem D. English, sold o Charles Kern, T. action would be taken thatthefurther ditional tax, and from the licenses by Allies of and after recovering went to wheat and made tests under ordinary pres- to act as officials sworn to do their justice to solve. to prevent the importation of food- from automobiles owned in the state, which are diverted directly into the the court harvest in Western Kansas. He work- sure, and then with all of the pumps duty and do it at whatever cost. He Perryville, for $46. A large crowd filled bay horse, consigned stuffs in neutral ships to Germany. road fund. It is estimated that Linroom at Danville, vhen the cases ed in the harvests for three weeks, working. At the conclusion of the told of the law against the carrying oy estimated in the House Dave Allen, sola to George Lee Lloyd-Georg- e were called. Detective Morris, who making $3.50 per day. Getting some tests, he expressed himself as im- of concealed deadly weapons; the inof Commons that the cost of the war coln county's portion of the fund will money ahead he decided to visit the mensely pleased with the results crease in the penalty for the breach $110. be something like made the arrests was the first witThree-year-oblack horse mule, to the Allies during the current year The Fiscal court went over the ness called. He said that he was a world. He then visited a number of shown and made the. statement that of that law and urged that all who consigned by will be $10,000,000,000. Fox & Farris; sold to road situation in Lincoln pretty thornative of Jackson, Ky., but that he cities in rapid succession. He rode no town of its size in the state excels had been guilty of the pernicious Vienna dispatches report the com- oughly at its meeting Friday and had resided in Logan, West Virginia, freight trains and worked very little. Stanford in its protection from con- haoit oi carrying pistols be brought Charles Wood, $112.50. mare mule, consign- plete evacuation of Bukowina by the Road Engineer McKee Riffe made a for several vears where he was en He said that he did not reach West flagrations on any sort. Mr. Hite was to justice. Judge Hardin had heard Russian forces. The Germans progaged as a private detective by the Virginia until cool weather, possibly especially anxious to inspect condi- of charges of whisky selling in Lin- ed by Fox & Farris, sold to Frank pose a general offensive from Buko- report of conditions as he has found October. He claimed that he had nev- tions in the business and congested coln county and this, he insisted Hunt, $115. them. The court s greatly pleased ionsonaatea voui oumpuiiy xie luiu brown with the work which the new Road of meeting John Walker and of their er been in the South, and that his districts of the city and, he was loud that the jury investigate. He told of consigned by Fox & horse mule, wina to the Baltic. Farris, sold to Engineer is doing. He is on the job Thinking that he was his first visit to Kentucky. Price in his praise. conversations. the evil that is being caused by coCRAB ORCHARD all the time, and answers every commight gain' some information if he said that he could not read or write, He said that he will make a written caine and other deadly drugs and John Foster, $110. brown mare mule, The little child of Mr. and Mrs. plaint about conditions, and gives his could win Walker's confidence, he but named some 'of the roads, as the report to Mayor Florence from the asked that the gentlemen composing made him the following proposal: "1 L. & N. and C. & 0., over which he state fire marshal's office, embody-ip- g the jury do all in their power to consigned by Fox & Farris, sold to Farley Scott, who has been so sick personal attention to seeing that rewith typhoid fever is better at this pairs are made to bridges, culverts, know of a' man we can hold up and traveled. When asked how he knew a few suggestions, one of which bring true bills against those guilty Will Spilman for $162.50. Team consigned by writing, we are glad to state. and bad places in roads, just a3 fast some money if you their names he said that he could will be the use of a slightly larger of the sale, save on a practicing phyrob and will go in with me." The negro make out the signs. He also read the nozzle point on the hose. He had in- sician's prescription. He empha- Fox & Farris, sold to Harvey Mrs. Charles Redd is able to be up as he can get to the $222.50. In telling tended to visit the public school, but sized on the upbuilding of A delgation from Eubank. Palaski agreed. Mjorris then said, "No, I am number of his hat as 7 again after a most severe siege with of seeing Walker he made a number was recalled to Frankfort, by a tele- of the community by the the morals county, went before the fiscal court afraid yoti will turn state's evidence strict en MEETING GOES ON THIS WEEK rheumatism. in the interest and sendi me to the penitentiary. If of conflicting statements. He said gram by his chief, so left on the 10 forcement of all of the laws and Mr. Sam Magee is out again and from Eubank toof piking of the road Waynesburg so as to I knew something on you then I that the first lime he saw Walker train without completing his work added that he hoped the twelve crood Jurymen and Court Officials Hear looks well. would not be afraid." Walker then was in the Logan jail, but that he here. peoi men and true, would do their utmost Mrs. M. J. Logan, who has been connect with the pike which the SomStrong Sermon by Trostle. ple of Pulaski are to build from told hitri in substance the following: knew him immediately. When asked to bring about a better state of afquite sick since moving to the coun- erset to the Lincoln county "Last sjpring I was hoboing'and at about this he then said that he saw High School News line. In fairs and make Lincoln county a So large have been the congrega- try is much improved. Ky., I entered a house to him twice before and was told who the delegation were Edgar Gooca and Danville, shining example for the others of tions and so keen the Miss Maud Gooch seems to be im- Tod McLaughlin. The interest maniget something to eat or anything of he was. His testimony did not agree present Senior class is preparing to Kentucky. the Merchant of Venice in a fested that it was determined to con- proving and her friends are rejoicA prominent citizen of "Kubank value. Il had had nothing to eat for with the statements he made when he The grand jury if s follows: Dan ing over a long time. After entering a room a was first brought o the Danville few weeks. S. Literary society met Cooley, W. D. Johnson, Jones Baugh-ma- tinue the revival services at the Pres- condition. the marked change in her writes to the I. J. concerning this The H. proposed pike and says: little gUrl started to give the alarm jail. At the conculsicn of his trial he last Craig Sims, J. L. Paderett. byterian church through this week, Mrs. Collier writes afternoon. "The Fiscal Court of Linco'n havand I cjut her throat with a white was helrl over by Judge Coulter with- was Friday by Misses The program's J. M. Rankin, Jesse A. Walter. R. instead of concluding the services friends Robert she is enjoying her that given the Lucile Gasti-neau- M. been first handle Razor. In escaping I lost my out bond. Elliott, John Prewitt, Harvey last FridayA night as had the service beautiful sights of the South land. ing made appropriation, and asked room and proved to be one of The men will be held until the hat. I then made my way to Tug for State Aid on the Somerset and Couch, J. T. Dudderar, A. C. Hunn. planned. nightfeature of was the presence of Wears no wraps and birds gailv Stanford road from Waynesburg to River, West Virginia." Morris then grand jury takes action. It is not the best meetings held this year. Mr. Baughman was made foreman Monday all everywhere. She leaves county line near Eubank W. A. Martin, field agent for the nearly of the jurymen and off- singing got intoi communication with Sheriff known yet whether a special term of establishes clerk. for Dresden, this road as the county seat road. icials, who were here this week at- Montgomery, Ala., State Normal, and Mr. Dudderar, composed Harbersjon, of Boyle, and after learn- court will be held or not. The author- Eeastern Kentucky The petit jury is of the tending circuit court. Tenn., this week. After a visit there The importance of ing of the murder arrested Walker. ities will look into the case from ev- spoke at the H. S". chapel last Friday following gentlemen: S. T. Burlethis road don't The character of the services on she will go to Benvon, Ky., and tt seem to be realized by the business He was) placed in the Logan jail on ery angle and make the fullest in- morning. son, J. M. Reynolds, Thomas Leach, Friday of Sam J. Embry, Jr., was elected week was eminently Louisville bofore returning" home Mr. men, and the stockmen of Stanford. Sunday t of last week, until the ar- vestigation possible. H. Murphy, A. R. Matheny. Matt educational lastwell captain of the 1915 baseball squad W. Myers, , as as definitely evan- Collier joins her at Diesden. rival of Sheriff Harberson. As L. William McCormack, N. Mrs. George Lyne reurned from Should the Somerset and Crab Orat a meeting of the team on last Fowle, Henry Anderson, George W. gelistic. In the afternoon Mr. Trosand Morris were bringing him Engineer J. F. Larue Dies Suddenly Thursday. V. tle gave a very instructive exposition a protracted visit to her mother near chard road win and secure State Aid to Kentucky the Walker negro told for that road, Stanford would be igHail, Jones Anderson, R. H. James Franklin LaRue, aged 69 The pretty days last week seemed of the first 14 verses of John's Gos- Hawcrville. them a 'different story. This was that vears, died suddenly in Louisville P. E. Parrish, Isaac Hubbard, pel, bringing out the evident emMrs. John Buchanan returned nored largely by the stockmen conto create some baseball spirit, at any he was not the man but that another Friday night. Ke complaining rate Capt. Perkins says that he will S. L. Cunningham, G. A. Gaddis, phasis placed by the writer on the from Louisville last week, where she tinuingto direct route from Crab Ornegro, John Price, had committed the and called in a physician chard Lancaster, and other northGeorge W. Leach, previsited her daughter, Mrs. John deed and told him about it. In tell- scribed for him. An hour orwhi later, have his men out for practice in a W. H. Fields, C. Charles W. Lovell, Deity of the Jesus Christ. ern points in blue grass section. In C. Gover, Henry so short time and expects to have a winOn Friday ing Morris of it in the first place he on Hester, G. C. Givens, W. F. Sims, tion listened night a large congregaLast Saturday night Miss Mal-sad- my opinion Stanford from a busivery attentively to an had placed himself in Price's place the being unable to sleep he called ning team this season. be damaged Ed. Smith. physician a second time and Chadwick entertained about ness view point would :23-2The boys who take part in the and told; the story that Price told A special term of court will be able discourse from I Thess., 5 he be given something of a track and other field athletics will twenty of nei young friends at Rook. greatly financially if the Crab Or-The subject as indicated in the serhim. Morris and Harberson then tele- quieting nature, chard road 13 piked s.id raffic divertheld here beginning pril A timegraphed to the authorities to hold the hyperdermically and morphine was take up in a few weeks their prac- the trial of Henry Ilu'dson 6th for mon is God's Part in Consecration. all most delightfulMiss was had and ed (as it would be) from Stanford pronounced for the The. ,23rd verse is- a prayer that evadministered. He Chadwick a road to the Crab other negro. His second story was fell asleep almost instantly and when tice. They hope to win the meet in Lexington, which killing of Yr Wr Hnttiift a full'rac-cou- ery part of man's being be recog- model entertainer. All kinds of want to assure you Orchard road. in-I told in the presence of Harberson. a of wnich tragedyappeared in his wife went fruits and delightful candy were terest of the people ofheremutual as Sheriff Harberson corroborated hewas dead.' to his room a ljttleiatex is held in the early part of May. with the this paper some weeks ago. The nized for sacred body, soul spirit, and served. liiorfem exami The Domestic Science Department Ao5r used God. But it citizens of Stanford in securing State kSfotrfe' $astimonyas- l. nation showed that he had heart will share the profit from the great agreement was reached between the to God He alone can is a prayer Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy have Aid make holy. moved ""s .second statement made on the train. trouble, one of the arteries being European War picture which will be attorneys and as Judge Hardin had Verse 24 says He is and piking Stanford road from to their cottage on Stanford .near Ashland, Ky. He then recounted punctured. Deceased was one of the this week between courts he gave it called men to such a faithful who has street and we are glad to welcome Somerset to Waynesburg." shown at the Opera House on Friday life and will albriefly the facts as known in the case Liberal Appropriations for Roads. engineers for this trial. of the so do it. What then is our part? "It them as residents here. as to the location of the house, the oldest N., both in in the employ service night, February 19th. That the fiscal court intends to do Otho Catron was let off with' $50 is,' said the preacher, L. & the point Billy George Holdeman came "to give finding of the razor and hat and the and in age. He stood high of and costs for carrying concealed a chance at us" that He may do God home from Maysville this week, its part toward improving the roads with the Important Boyle Case Decided the date. He also told of the finding of company's officials and his record .of Lincoln county and has absolute weapons He was allowed a compro- thing for which He has called us. where he has been for some time confidence in its road overseer, J. L. the table cloth. The Court of Appeals at Frank- mise, as was Claude Hester, who paid The great was a clean one. He ran on the pasvisiting his brother, Charles. audience ras deeply imJailer Timoney, of Boyle county, senger Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Fish made a McKee Riffe, was clearly demonstraand fort last week rendered an impor- $40 said that on the night of the killing almost trains that pass StanfordSome tant opinion regarding the domicile ing. for disturbing a lawful gather- pressed. ted at the meeting held Friday. It everybody knew him. flying trip to Louisville last week. On Saturday afternoon Mr. Tios-tl- e he was called by Deputy Sheriff years ago he married Mrs. Bettie of a person, in deciding a case apOn Monday afternoon the Dixie ordered the purchase of $1,000 worth discussed more fully the spiritual Dave Logan and accompanied him to Dudderar Delk Convicted In Two Cases Hamilton, of this county, pealed from the Boyle circuit court. Rook Club was entertained by Mrs. of culvert material, a fourth of nature of man, basing his sermon the Young residence. When they which is to with several children, the The court said: "Freedom of choice, Rev. James L. Delk, who attracted on Job 32:8. On Saturday night the M E. Fish. There were four tables of of Lincoln be ued wii the dirt roads reached the house the girl was dead. and she his first marriage, survive bodily presence in the chosen locality county and the rest on fruit of players and a most interesting game much attention by his methods in reJesus' parable of "The She was seated on a chair on the The burial occurred at Knox-yill- e and any intention to remain there vival services which he held at King's subject was of Soil," given in Matt. was induldged in. Mrs. Milt Condor, the pikes; $1,750 was appropriated Four Kinds porch with a blanket around her. He hjm. Monday, a elements Anderson and Dr. Strader, of to repair the bridges and culverts on number of relatives, permanently" are had been informed she was moved in including his widow, accompanying in changing one's essential domicile. Mountain, Science Hill, Somerset and 13. On Sunday Feb. 14 there were Mrs. Springs the pikes and $1,500 for those on place of order to get more air. He described the remains to their last resting The Boyle Circuit Court was affirm- Junction City was convicted on two 15 new members received into the the delightful won first prize, a plate the county road?. An appropriation candy. A splendid sal- of $750 was charges in the Pulaski oircuit court Presbyterian Church. Eight of these of . the bed and the condition of the place. with which to ed in the case of the Fidelity & Colweek. The trials were on appeals were received by letter, six on con- ad course was served in Mrs. Fish's buy eyebeams ordered used in bridges room. He identified the razor and to be umbia Trust Company, committee for last best style, while Mrs. Sanders carhat which were found. He described Peculiar Tobacco Suit at Richmond W. L. Sumrall, lunatic, against the from the county court there. The fession of faith and one on the re- ried off the booby prize, Japanese and to put concrete floors in the a Somerset Herald said of the the wound which caused her death, Commonwealth. Property Sumrall, The appealed cases against matter: affirmation of a former confession. dolly. Hand painted tally cards were bridge over Cedar Creek and the one Rev. J. The others who came forward to The $40,000 suit against the vari- a native of Boyle county, of and told of finding blood stains over Dix River on the Lancaster was taxed on the back door about a foot above ous tobacco buyers, brought at in that county for 1914, and the L. Delk were before the court for make a confession of Christ during used and kept as souvenirs of this pike; $1,000 was appropriated for occasion. several days. In the case appealed last week will likely connect themRichmond by the Richmond Tobac- trust company appealed on the knob. the payment of hands for working The John Walker, colored, was then co Warehouse Company of that city, ground that Sumrall is confined the from Somerset Police Court the jury selves with the Baptist or Christian the onehandsomest store in tmvn Jc on the pikes of the county and $4,-0in found him guilty and fixed h.s fine churches. owned by Mr. J. Thomas put on the stand. for damages alleged done them by an asylum in Maryland, and therefor . operating road machinery. On Sunday night it is estimated (jnerry. ie purchased the building of An automobile truck to cost not exHe said that last August he met prejudice on the part of the buyers fore, no longer domiciled in Ken- at $50, and in the first case tried in the Buchanan heirs and has remodel- ceeding another negro, John Price, on Tug by not paying as high prices at tucky. The court reviewed the fact the County Court, which was for that over 500 people were at the ser- ed it from basement to roof. Tfc is chased. $1,750 was ordered pur River, West Virginia. Price was hun- their house as at the other houses that up to the time of his being de- breech of the peace and for acts at vice. Mr. Trostle preached a powarranged inside like the large de- - bridge, This will be used in haulinsc gry, dirty and ragged. He gave him there, went to trial last week. It clared insane and sent to the Mary- Science Hih, the jury also found nim erful sermon on "Behold the Man." culvert and other materials some script and found him a place promises to be a long drawn out af- land institution, Sumrall resided in guilty, and fixed his punishment at The discussion took the forrr of a se- jjanmBiii snores in xne cities, a stair- over the county. Mr. Riffe was orway running up from the center of to spend the night. Price then want- fair. There are thirty witnesses or Boyle county, the Boyle County $62.50. In the case from Science ries of word pictures in which the dered to purchase most of the above ed him to go in with him and commit more. The Richmond House did not Court appointed the trust company Hill .in which he was charged with scenes in the life of Jesus from the lower room and cirnulnr walk and is in Cincinnati today looking above. Large plate glass windows in burglaries and such work. He said "I open this season owing to the alleged ! his committee, and found that Sum- - nuisance appealed from County Bethlehem to Olivet were brought iront maxe it a most handsome store after them. The fiscal court also Court Judge held that the have made my living without work damage done it last season. rail was "domiciled m Kentucky un- statute under Bethurum was tried and vividly before the minds of thea audi- and the best thing about it all, is bought the vacant lot of about 120 which was and don't intend to start now." Waltil he became insane and is now ab sentence imposed byhethe Judge was ence. theThe closing scene Man look that it is filled with a fine stock of feet frontage on Depot street of J. into Burning Tobacco Beds future when the ker continued: "To show me that he Christ goods. C. Eubanks for $1,800 and will build sent from Kentucky through no unconstitutional inasmuch that did Jesus shall "come again." it had the nerve and ability he told me Undaunted by the low price at choice of his own." Mrs. Daisy Hunt is doing a good upon it a workhouse. not make the jurisdiction of County On Monday afternoon Mr. Trostle of killing a girl in Danville. Kv. He is selling, Courts of the State uniform, having spoke to a very appreciative company business with the grocery recently Mrs. Cynthia Chandler Passes Away. said that it happened about as fol- which tobacco West End several farGarrard Courthouse Bonds Sold mers in the of Lincoln excluded counties having continuous on Jesus Christ as the great inter- purchased of E. Hiatt. lows : have burned tobacco beds and will A noble, good woman passed to her Mr. Frank Brooks is able to be out Garrard county bonds to the Circuit Courts from the act, and fur- cessor. On Monday night the ser"For three or four days I had been well night usual acreage weed hoboing and had nothing to eat. I put in the This may be aof the move amount of $15,000 were sold at pub- ther that the proper and only way to mon of Sunday, Feb. 7 was repeat- after a most severe spell of bronchial when earned reward Monday wife of this year. Mrs. Cynthia Chandler, wise lic outcry by Commissioner W. F. proceed against a nuisance was by ed in accordance with a numner of trouble. went into a house to get something on their part, but strikes us S. at their Mr. it to eat or anything of value. In the requires a good deal of nervethat go Champ, who was appointed to nego- indictment and trial by jury in the requests which had been made. The dance and Mrs. John King gave a in M. Chandler, died section. home the Cedar Creek Mrs. to at their country home last tiate the sale by the Garrard Fiscal Circuit Court. subject was "The Infilling of the room was a girl who awoke and up against the proposition that conHoly Spirit." The preacher pointed week, which was greatly enjoyed by Chandler had been ill but a short to give the alarm. I cut her fronts the tobacco raiser just now. Court several weeks ago. The bidding started time and her death came as a great The bonds were sold throat with a white handle razor and Tobacco raisers say they can make was spirited. of $5,000 each, due in "The Best Laxative 1 Know Uf" out with great clearness and force those who dance. Wearen, Mr. Jesse and the insur- shock to her host of friends and loved "I have sold Chamberlain's Tab- that the power of the Hciy Spirit ance man, D. placed a table cloth over her head. I some money at ten cents per pound, three series She was a faithful of then escaped but lost my hat in get- but certainly they are playing a los- payable in five, ten and fifteen lets for several years. People who was needed not only to impart spir- town Thursday.Stanford, was in our ones.Methodist chi:rch and memDer of was ready He represents the the years from date of issue and bearing have used them will take nothing itual life, but to maintain it, and the ting away. I had gotten the hat in ing game at the price they are get- ing six per cent, interest. Elston, else. I can recommend them to my same power was needed in larger Continental and other reliable com- and willing to meet her Master when Texas, or it came from Texas.' the call came. Besides her husband, Clifford & Co., of Chicago, were the customers as the best laxative and measure in order that sin may be panies. Walker continued: "I told Mr. ting at present. Rev. Mainfield, oi Lexington, has Mrs. Chandler is survived by four highest bidders and secured the en- cure for constipation that I know of" defeated, goodness made triumphant Morris that I did the killing but later Will Enlarge Building tire issue for $16,031. The bonds writes Frank Strouse, Fruitland, and the life made effective in the been called by the Christian church children, three sons, Messrs. Richwhen they were bringing me to Danard, James and Jeb and were voted last fall for the improve- Iowa. Fof sale by all dealers. George W. Gentry has contracted service of God. The congregation here for this year. He is a splendidly one daughter, Mrs. C. Chandler, The ville I told him what he and Mr. Harwas a large one and the people very educated man, a native of New deceased was 54 years H. Kerr. Beberson stated. I have lived in West with J. R. Powell to put a second ment of the courthouse at Lancaster. of age. Zealand. He attended school at Lexmuch impressed with the sermon. Virginia for the last five years and story on his building on Lancaster NEWS OF CHURCHES ington for several years. He preaches fore her marriage to Mr. Chandler was never in Kentucky but once street, now used for a millinery store. George G. Helm Dies-- In Lexington Rev. Lunsford, son of the Rev. the second and fourth Sundays as 34 years ago, she w--s a Miss Leach, Advertisement Brought Results when I came to Catlettsburg on one J. W. Acey has rented the entire George G. Helm, i?ed about 75, James Lunsford, is conducting a well known Lincoln engaged occasion for about a half an hour for building and will use it for his res- died in Lexington Sunday morning, meeting at Wildie. James Scarbrough ''That 'hicken advertisement I he is Sundays. at other places the a member of a Funeral services will county family. other taurant business, putting in aa eat- leaving his wife and two son, Foster of the Burr section is directing the put in your papr Friday brought me a quart of whisky." It is with deep sadness we re giv- be held at the home by Rev. J. G. chickens world without end" said EsAt the conclusion of his testimony ing place that will be a credit to the and Ernest Helm, the latter the n singing. ing up Mr. Carroll Bailey and his ex- Livingston at 10 o'clock Wednesday he was held over by Judge Coulter to city. newspaper man, who is now The revival conducted in Cheap-sid- e till Carter, produce man, this morn- cellent family who have endeared morning, followed by interment at await the action of the grand jury with the Leader. Mr. Helm was a broRev. J. Er ing. "They were brought to me faster themselves to our people since living the old home place Tabernacle by Bad Fire at Burnside wunout Dona. ' ther of Mr J. K. Helm and Mis Kate nest Thacker, brother-in-la- the of Thos. nan I could weigh them and I am here. The church, Ladies Aid and than The case against John Price was The Lexington City Insurance Fire of an unknown origin destroy- Helm, of the West End, and the for- Dixon, the famous novelist, will con- more of the ever convinced of the Christian Endeavor will sadly miss I. J. as an advertising then taken up. The same witnesses ed N. P. Boiling's store and resi- mer is attending his burial in Lex- tinue over Sunday and then come to value them, while in the social circle their were passed in the Iowa Legislature. were introduced. The testimony was dence, the V. M. Lester residence, ington today. Deceased lived in Lin- a close. It has resulted in many medium," he added. And we might places will be hard to fill. We regret Woman's suffrage won in the State. about the same as in the first case. two other residences and the Police coln county many years and was one conversions and reclamations and the add that that's what all of our ad- very much that Mr. Bailey decided Senate. Walker repeated his story and Offi Court building in Burnside late last of its most respected citizens good it has done will tell in time and vertisers say. Nothing like it; try and to leave, but we are glad they will i ' cer Timoney testmed. irnce was week. The loss on the buildings was in eternity. The preacher presents see. Colds and Croup in Children locate in Stanford and hope to see present and at the conculsion of his only partly covered by insurance. The fiscal court of Adair will ask the word of God simp?y yet powerfulMany people rely upon Chamberthem often in our city during the deRecognized Advantages testimony questioned Walker. He State aid for road purposes. ly, and the singing led by Mr. arid This is the lain's Cough RemeGv implicitly in You will find that Chamberlain's coming year. manded him to tell where he had ever there withing second disastrous fire Mrs. George A, Fisher is the last few weeks. cases df colds and croup and it never Cough Remedy has recognized admet him before. Walker held to his iLexingtonian. A. heavy cold in the lungs that was A child that has intestinal worms disappoints them. Mrs. E. H. Thomvantages over most medicines in use story and Price took the stand. expected to cure itself has been the How to Prevent Bilious Attacks 'or coughs and colds. It does not sup- is handicapped in its growth. A few as, Lbgansport, Ind., writes: "I He gave a marvelous account of starting point in many cases of diWhen the bowels become irregudoses of WHITE'S "Coming events cast their shad- sease that ended fataly. The sensible lar you are uncomfortable end the press a cough but loosens and re- destroys and expels VERMIFUGE have found Chamberlain's Cough worms; the IVmedy to be the best medicine for lieves it.. It aids expectoration and A scald burn, or severe cut heals ows before." This is especially true course is to take frequent doses of 'ongor his condition exipt? hc improves get rid of this opens the secretions which enables child immediately Price 25c and colds and croup I have ever used and SYR- you feel. You can HOREHOUND slowly of neglected. The family that f bilious attacks. Your appetite will BALLARD'S thrives wonderfully. per ncer tire of recommending it to my" BALLARD'S fail, you will feel dull and lanquid. UP. It checks the progress of the dis- nery ouicklv, Vy using HERBTNE. --,he system to throw off a cold. It bottle. Sold by Shugars' keeps a bottle of Drug to bed and ee oiujterrcts anv tendencv of a cold Store, Stanford, & Lyne Bros., neighbors and friends. I have alSNOW LrNIMENT on hand is al- If you are subject to bilious attacks order and assists nature to restore Take a dose on going ways given it to my children when normal conditions. Price 25c, 50c how fine you jfeel next day. Price AV result in pneumonia. It contains Crab Orchard. ways prepared for such accidents. suffering from croup, and it has ;!l 'r vwv narcotic, and may r, Shu-'ui- o' 50c. Sold byVShugar'g. Drug Store Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. lets as soon as these symptoms ap-- and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by never failed to give them prompt -p"Vrv7ij a oh'ld a3 confidently as Drue- Satire. Stanford, & Lyne Stanford, andljLyne Brpsat , Crab Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, Stanmv b,e warded tt"'k Let the I. J. do your job printing. For sale by all dealers. .v a adult. For sale by all dealers. Bros.,. Crab Orchard. Orchard. off. For sale by all dealers. " ford, Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. ?;-,se se Five-year-o- ld ld Four-year-o- ld Five-year-o- ld Four-year-o- ld five-year-o-ld, Mc-Bea- th, 1-- 8. 30 ! n, Har-"bers- on Bro-naug- h, .s Hal-dema- n. ia ask-edth- at 4. - Inter-scholast- ic - nt -- ers 00 well-know- w soul-stirrin- g. w'1 -- 1 - re-lief.- it V" V A - -- v '"' ' " V . I t' I "Sc .fe "li-'- M$fK tovsil : . - LH The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, February 16, 1915. Eleven More To Make It Five Hundred. 489 Men, Women, Boys and Girls are now members of the How's This? I. J. CIIENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. F. J. We. the utitlcrIsiicd, have known Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able, to carry out any obligations made by bis firm. NAT. BANK OF COMMEKCE. Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Louis Seelbach, of Louisville, was here Monday attending court. He is a prominent young attorney of his city. Mr. Seelbach was a classmate at Central University of W. R. Todd, of this city, and the two are fast friends. M E. Pruitt, in remitting for his I J. from- Millersburg, says: "We look forward to the I. J.'s arrival twice each week and feel that it is a goqd newsy lettev from home. While we are charmed with our Bourbon county friends, and feel at home in Millersburg, Lincoln county is yet to us 'top of th earth, and always will be. Success to the Interior and its editors." - f rills for constipation. LABOR DAY! The time of year has come and these warm sunny days prove it when most days will be labor days plowing, grubbing, fencing, burning tobacco beds, etc. To do good work you must have our Labor Day Clothes something you are not afraid to soil something the soil wont hurt. Three things most important for the labor day man are Work Shoes, Work Shirts and Overalls. In these three items we have the cream to offer you: Men's Ease Shoes with soft, pleasant-to-wea- r uppers, soles of the best sole leather made; they wear easy and wear long. Tiger Work Shirts 36 inches long, every seam doubled; buttons on to stay. O'Bryan Overalls the best one made; in a class all alone; all sizes from a boy's 4 year old to a man's size 50. : : : : : Heard About Town tei-ritory- Christmas Saving Club at the LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK J. M. Reynolds, of Waynesburg, Mr. Beecher Adams will accept a who is serving on the jury here, is position with Armacaust, Riley & carrying an ugly wound on one of Co., of Cincinnati, as traveling sales- his legs caused by the bite of a dog. . Danville He was passing through the yard of man for this Advocate. 's his neighbor, Mr. Todd, when the $ dog slipped up behind him and stuck his teeth in him. The wound is The Orlando, Fla., Reporter-Sta- r says that Mr.. J. E. Farris, of Dan- a painful one, but Mr. Reynolds has ville, acted as judge in the horse little fear of the result of it, as he Fair held did not consultSLjdflctor, but used rings at the there last week and did work that antiseptics on it and dressed it himself. was- - most .satisgaetory. lat-terMid-Wint- er Will you be one of eleven to make the number 500? They bear three per cent, "Corner Next to Court House" V . "Grandpa" W. H. Murphy tells the I. J. that Morris Murphy, little son of Joe H Murphy, now of McKinney, Texas, fell from a liorse a few days ago and broke one of his legs between ti e ankle and the kne. Bailey Holtzclaw, who is one of the busiest men in Lincoln county, has just organized the Brodhead Lumber Co., with a capital stock of $2,500 at that thriving little city. sleeping powders shot himself, dying The incorporators are given as B. D. The Interior a few hours later rri.n the effects Holtzclaw, A. Wesley Holtzclaw and W. O. Holtzclaw. of the wound. In Omaha, Neb., less WALTON & SAUFLEY than a week ago a victim of sleeping In ordering her paper changed powders shot and seriously wounded from Salem, Ark., too Batesville, Editors and Managers. -ii his wife, and thus it goes, one such same State, Mrs. W. W. Humphries SI A TEAS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE tragedy after another. It is hardly writes that her husband has just superintendent probable that any will contend that a been elected Home, and his of I. O. O. F. Orphans' Entered at the poetoffiee t Stanford friends man in full possession of his senses here and elsewhere will be glad to ttcond clati mail matter. would commit such crimes without hear of his good luck. apparent cause- - No causes are POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS A The Interior Journal is authorized charged to any of these killings and terdaytelegram from Richmond yes- e morning stated that Miss Sal-lifollowing candidates and attempted killings. The lesson to announce the Reynolds, who is attending E. K. for office, subject to the Democratic to normal men and women is ob- S. N., was very sick with appendicivious: Beware of sleeping powders. tis. Mrs. E. R Gentry went to Richprimary, August 7th, 1915. Drugs of such nature should only be mond on the noon train. Dr. E. J. For Circuit Judge Brown went up from taken on a reputable physician's pre- if Miss Reynolds is ableStanford and to be moved C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. scription, and then with the greatest will be brought from there at once CHAS. C. FOX, of Boyle county. care. Sleeping powders may pro- Mt. Vernon Signal. For Commonwealth's Attorney duce sleep all right, but when they E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county. Joseph Hopper, who is attending temporarily unbalance the mind, B. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. the time has arrived when a halt the Presbyterian Theological Seminary at Louisville, was here Sunday J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. should be called on them. with his mother. He left yesterday for Charlotte, N. C, to attend the For Railroad Commissioner. Layman's Missionary Covention, beWM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. "I have noticed all my life," said ing one of the representatives President Wilson before the electric the Seminary. five A. A. Higgins, of Rev. of The man who shot to death the railway men in convention assem- the Third Presbyterian church, Louiscould speak with the ville, will meet him there. bled, "that I business manager of the Florida greatest freedom and ease about Times-Unio- n was temporarily de- those things I do not understand." Clarence Coleman's Birthday ranged through the use of sleeping And how much like the rest of manClarence greatest president this statesman Coleman, journalist and powders. He ran amuck while un- kind the and the kid that put country has ever had is. Talking on the map, is thirty-fou- r der the baleful influence of the drug, about tilings we know nothing about killed one man and shot others. He is like "shooting fish" as compared to years old today. Mr. Coleman is a veteran of the Spanish-America- n testified that he had no recollection telling of something we have an ink- War and Philippine insurrection. For of what happened that fateful night. ling of. Ain't we right? the past eight years he has been an attache of the Louisville The court must have credited the Mr. Coleman is regarded the handThe happiest man in Kentucky statement in some measure, for he is Col. James Maret, of Mt. Ver-- somest man in Louisville. Louisreceived a light sentence, even tho j non. uell county went tor good ville Times. the law does not make allowance for loiius buuic .i lu x uii ouiuruuy tinu persons in his condition. In Jack- he thinks that vote means the assurof the construction of sonville, Fla., another victim of ance from Cumberland Gap toBoone CALOMEL SALIVATES Way Crab ii,ii,t.ii,t".tt--.t4wtOrchard. We trust the noble old Roman is right. He has labored hard Calomel makes you sick and you You Can Enjoy Life for the Bat what you want and not be troubled and longmay live proposition and we ose a day's work. Calomel is a nas hope he to see a fruition of with indigestion if you will take a ty, dangerous chemical. To liven his fond hopes. your sluggish liver and bowels when Martin Ratcliffe JXSSEsSk Tablet constipated, head-achbilious, just Neal Ratcliffe and Miss Mary Els. before and after each meal. Sold only len Martin were married at John got a box of harmless by us 25c a box. They work while you sleep Lay's on the 13th. by Rev. J. T. Penny's Drug Store. Chasteen. don't gripe, sicken or salivate. Journal H. D. Thornbury, he millionaire California horseman and breeder, who bought the great show horse Jack Barrymore last fall, and a lot of other fine Kentucky blooded stock, is back in Kentucky again, looking for some more good ones. He was in Danville Monday. He is is ot the opinion that Senator R. L. Hubble, of this city, has a splendid chance to be chosen superintendent of the live stock show department to the Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition, which will open in San Francisco in a few weeks. Mr. Thornbury will be a big exhibitor at this international show. He will have Jack Barrymore, and a lot more of his Kentucky purchases in the tanbark when the bugle blows. McROBERTS & BAILEY Corner Main and Lancaster ii Mid-dlebu- rg post-offic- e. . y, 10-ce- nt Cas-caret- Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD ARTICLES EGGS U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT ENERGY 10 CENTS WILL BUY 385 410 445 1030 1030 1117 1185 1365 BEEF, sirloin MUTTON, leg MILK FORK, loin tm BREAKFAST FOODS CHEESE BUTTER RICE POTATOES BEANS, dried WHEAT FLOUR aawau -- 2025 2950 3040 6540 sa Energy Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities n One pound of flour costing-oan 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. Walter S. Denham, who has for the past three years been on the road as traveling salesman, formerly for the LaFollette, Coal & Iron Co., of Tenn., and later for the H. T. Hackney Coal Co., of Knoxville has been offered the position of sales manager for the Carter Coal Co., of Here's What You Jonnson City, Tenn., at a salary of $3,000 a year and expanses. Mr. DenAdver-Yo- u ham has accepted and is now on the The People's Market Place tise What Have to Sell job. The main office will be in Louisto bandage up a sore throat with a heavy bandage, for the rea ville. While this company will place LAND FOR SALE--7- 8 a luantity of their coal in Kentucky, Crab Orchard. See W. H. acres near son mat as soon as the throat feels better, the bandage is 1e- Mueller.tf the larger portion will be sold in the moved, which exposes you to more serious ailments, use north and northwest, where it comWedding presents at Muellers mands higher prices. Mr. Denham's many friends "back home" are glad Jewelry Store, Stanford. to hear of his success. GARGLE. ,. FOR SALE Second hand six Ashby M. Warren, claim agent for horse gasoline engine. J. L. BEAZA prompt, pleasant, efficient remedy for Sore Throat, which 12-- tf the L. & N. railroad in this part of LEY, Stanford, Ky., does not discolor the teeth. We guarantee It to be satisfactory the state, has recently returned from Washington, D. C.,. where he went to you, or we will refund your money without question. FOR SALE Four lots on Land ) on business for his company. Mr. street, near Lancaster street, all 25 and 50 cents Sold only by us. Warren saw the Supreme Cou,rt of joining. W. H. Mueller. tf the United States in rcssion and was greatly impressed by its dignity and jack FOR SALE A grandeur. Ono. of the things about the court that made the deepest im- or will trado for young stock. E. Alpression on him however, was the len, WaynesK rg, Ky. Route 4. I 4. V plush carpet in the cojurtroom, in FOR SALE About 100 bushels which he says he sank almost up to his shoe tops, so luxiourious and soft nice oats, also the new Silver Hull M. e is it to the feet. His friend Buck Wheat for seed. F. 12-3- Dunn, t. attorney T. J Hill, Jr , "f the local King's Mountian, Ky. bar, says that that carpet is the one OUR LINE OF SPRING CLOTHING NOW thing about Washington apon which ESTRAY light yellow gilt with a Ashby made the deepest impression, few blaclc spots got away from my READY. WE CAN SATISFY YOU IN likewise. place on Mason's Gap road. Reward for return or information to Elihu PRICE, QUALITY AND STYLE. ASK TO Ed Morrow, of Somerset, who Miracle, R. F. D. 3, sranford. looks to be making a runaway race SEE OUR ALL WOOL BLUE SERGE A SUITE OF ROOMS FOR RENT for the republican nomination for fronting on Main street in Lincoln governor, was in Stanford Monday SUITS FOR at the opening of circuit court look- County National Bank Building; $10.00 ing after a case in which he is inter- steam heat, electric lights, water and f. ested. He and O. H. Waddle have janitor's service. been engaged to assist the prosecution of Henry Hudson, who shot his LOST Roman Gold locket, with father-in-laY. W. Burton, to death monogram M. G. P. on outside, and . near Hustonville, a few weeks ago. picture of girl inside. Mr. Morrow has almost a clear track Reward for return to Miss Mary for the nomination so far, his only J1 Stanford. opponent, being "Gumshoe" Hunter, who is not figured as having much of NOTICE. I am back in my old a chance to beat the briliant young place of business at Carter Bros.,' orator from the mountains. The local stable. Will be glad to see my old republican organization seems to be customers. Do wood work,all tire setpretty solidly behind Morrow, and ting and repairing of all kinds. H. it's a cinch he will sweep everything D. ALDRIDG& 14-4- t. in this end of the state. SWEET CLOVER The great new Bell County Gets Good Roads. equal to i A good roads bond issue carried in fertilizer and alfalfa in hay and pa?ture. Write Bell county Saturday almost unaniseed and mously. Sixteen precincts give for price list of to grow free circu- -' I lar telling how it. John A. 1,178 votes for the good roads' measure against 36. The measure pro- Sheehan, R. D. 4, Falmouth, Ky. 13-- 3 vides for good roads' bonds amountBank Stock For Sale. ing to $250,000. I wish to sell privately ten shares Gas in the stomach or bowels is a of stock in the National Bank of disagreeable symptom of a torpid Hustonville, Ky. Address or phone Crab Orchard Kentucky liver. To get rid of it quickly take "X, Y, Z," Interior Journal office, tf l HERBINE. It is marvelous liver stimulant and bowel purifier. Price Storeroom For Rent. 50c. Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, Storeroom at Waynesburg in fine Stanford, & Lyne Bros. Crab Or- location; good size 22x40, suitable chard. I for grocery, dry goods or any kind of business; has one side room; apply Notice fcoirRoacl Overseers to T. S. REYNOLDS, Recordkeeper Moved and seconded that only one Maccabees, Waynesburg, Ky. 12-6- p team per day be paid for by the county on any one county or dirt road. Same to be paid for not exceeding the number of days the hands allotted to the road, are warned out and work on the road. The pay per day for team and hand to be $2, the Your Property in the OF hands over 21 years to be allowed sixty (GO) cents per day, not exceed-thre- e days. .Motion carried. It is further ordered that all work Fire Insurance Co. must be done on said roads and claims for their services filed with of Hartford, Conn., FRESHEST AND BEST the clerk on or before July 1, 1915, ViiCnnZS17ZC33BJ with otherwise no pay will be allowed for any work done. SALIN & SMITH, Agents The clerk is directed to publish this order in the Interior Journal in two isues of same. Stanford, Kentucky FISCAL COURT of Lincoln La-Folle- tt, Want IT IS A DANGEROUS PRACTICE REXAIX THROAT 7-- five-year-o- ld Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. - old-tim- 14-2- p. 7-t- w, ten-year-o- ld L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky Va-no- y, 4-- Genuine Oliver Plows land-build- er and Repairs W. E. PERKINS I GET YOUR INSURE Field Seeds T. D. NEWLAND Old Connecticut Couny. . - J. L. Beazley & Co., J. C. M'Clary Your Ear If You Please. J. H. Baughman & Co. Stanford, Kentucky IK Mtw iygBEHB tag UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Furniture Matting!) Rugs. Furniture Exdww;ed ftr. all Kinds 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 UNDERTAKER fr r4 -- r - ' v PHONE 42 ) -- i OfSMbk. Offtei Phont CTJWF0RD; KENTUCKY. STANFORD. KY, -- 157. AND EMBALME6 jlMM PhMM 36 Geo. H. Farris ' gjfflSS? -- 3! i - s I - ' 1. - W v v. , The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, February 16, 1915. r 1 First and Only Authentic Motion Picture of European War Friday, February 19th, at Opera House ACTUAL BATTLE SCENES IN MOTION PICTURES Taken by Staff Photographer of Chicago Tribune One-Ha- lf the Proceeds are. donated for the Belgian Red Cross Fund Admission 10c and 15c Swish! Corns Gone! We Use "GETS-IT!- " Corns Vanish, ! For everybody with corns, there Is in every drug store in the Jund one of the real wonders of the world, and that's "GETS-IT- " for corns! It '3 the llrst and only cora-cur- o ever known that removes First National Bank, STANFORD, KY. Condensed Report Made January 30, 1915. RESOURCES MOTHER! IF CHILD'S TONGUE IS COATED If Cross, Feverish, ,jnstipated, Bilious, Stomach Sour, Give "California of Figs." A laxative today saves a sick child tomorrow. Children simply will not 2 Seconds, 2 Drops Loans, Stocks and Bonds .! Overdrafts United States Bonds Banking House and other real estate Due from Banks Cash .- $194,172.28 100.49 50,000.00 9,448.10 17,446.83 - 1 1 ,478.84 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable $282,646.54 $..50,000.00 28,500.00 1,046.41 '.. -- . .. ."... 46,900.00 146,200.13 10,000.00 WE SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT J. S. HOCKER, President S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- nt take time from play to empty their bowels, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish; stomach sour. Look at the tongue, mother! If coated, or child is listless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children's ailments give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, because it is perfectly harmless, and in a few hours all this constipation poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of the bowel, and you have a well, playful child again. A thorough "inside cleansing" is oftimes all that is necessary. It should be the first treatment given in any sickness. Beware of counterfeits fig syrups. botAsk your druggist for a tle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grownups plainly printed on the bottle, look carefully and see that it is made by the "California Fig Syrup 50-cent Logan's Creek Farmer No More. J. L. Jones, aged 76 years, a respected farmer of the Logan's Creek a few miles north of Stanford, died at his home there Monday at 7:30 o'clock after a lengthy illness of heart trouble. The remains wilr be taken to Danville this afternoon for interment, Mr. W. H. Proctor there, being his brother-in-laMr. Jones moved to Lincoln from Whitley county about two yc--rs ago, and made a number of warm friends during his short residence here. He is survived by his wife, but no children by her, though it is understood that he leaves a family by his first wife. He was a member oi the Baptist church. He has a brother living at Crab Orchard w. Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. . B. Campbell, Stanford. Delk Mercer Frank Mercer, of the Turnersville section, and Miss Pearl Delk, of Mt. Salem, were made one by God's Holy ordinance at Eld. Joseph Ballou's by that gentleman Saturday. HUSTONVILLE g, May Etta CaldweTl, of Miss has been the guest of Mrs. Way-nesbur- Low Prices On All "Some Foxy Trot, M'amielle, What? Gone? Yes, I Used' GETS-IT.'-" Corns Total $282,646.54 Mrs. W. R. Rice, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. Susan Yeager. Mrs. E. R. Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, was the guest of Mrs. E. J. Brown. Miss Nancy Yeager returned home Monday night from Pittsburg. Miss Susan Winstead, of Franklin, Tenn., who is the guest of Mrs. W. R. Todd, is quite sick. Miss Gabie Bradshaw, of Turners-vill- e, has been quite ill for several days with a severe cold. Master Commissioner W. H. Brown of the Garrard circuit court, was here Monday in attendance on the opening of court. Supt. G. Singleton is attending superintendents' department K. E. A. in Louisville. of the Miss Ollie Phillips of Liberty, is the guest of Miss Gertrude Wilkinthe-Count- H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. Personal and Social Social Calendar Feb. 18 The Dixie Rook Club will meet with Mrs. Alfred Pence. Feb. 23 The Rook Club will be onfprtaineri hv Mrs. Will Severance on this date, Instead of the 16th, on .. i HAIR COMING OUT? nny and every corn or callus without fail, without fussing with thick bandages, toe salves, irritating harnesses, ointments. It's applied in 2 seconds bing, blng 2 drops, tho work is done, the corn shrivels up, your corn agony ends and tho corn leaves forever I All the limping, tho pains that dart to your heart's core, tho crucifixion of having to wear shoes over screaming corns, the danger of blood poison from making them bleed by using knives, razors and scissors are gone at last "GETS-IT- " is the new way, tho sure, simple, painless way. Try it for corns, calluses, warts and bunions. "GETS-IT- " Is sold by druggists everywhere, 2oc a bottle, or sent direct by E, Lawrenco it Co.. Chicago. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn cure by corn-swelli- .Dandruff causes a feverish irritation of the scalp, the hair roots mi rink' loosen and then the hair comes out fast. To stop falling hair at once and rid the scalp of every account ot the Presbyterian revival particle of dandruff, get a services. bottle of Danderine at any drug Feb. 25. Current Events Club store, pour a little in your hand and son. Miss Annie V. Jennings, of Danwill meet with Mrs. J. S. Rice. rub it into the scalp. After a few ville, spent Sunday afternoon with applications the hair stops corning Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Jennings. Mrs. P. W. Whipp, of Liberty, has Mrs. J. C. Eubanks went to been the truest of Mrs. W. B. O'Ban-no- n out and you can't find any dandruff. this morning to visit her and other friends here. ' sister. Mrs. Annie Newland is visiting her Mrs. C. E. Miller, of Rochester, W. M. Poynter, of Mt. Ver- r; Mr. 111., is the guest of her brother, J. C. daughter, Mrs. Marvin Adams and non, was here Monday. He told us Lexington that the aged Mrs. D. N. Williams family here. son, Joe Mack Newland at Eubanks and Messrs. Robert and Fred Watkins this week. very low. Mr. and Mrs. L. Wearen Hughes, contiues Lula Johnson has arrived and Miss Edith Watkins are visiting Mrs. relatives and friends at Harrodsburg. of Memphis, Tenn., spent Sunday from DeLand, Fla., to be at the bedMr. and Mrs. Russell Brown, of here with his mother, Mrs. Julia side of her sister-in-.aMiss Tina Lancaster, spent several days with Hughes. Johnson, who is very ill at her home Mrs. Walter Carter and children, nn T.rxrsin nvp.mifl. his parents here. Sir. and Mrs. Silas Messer are re- of Lebanon Junction, who have been Mrs. C. C. Garner, of the East congratulations of their the guests of her sister. Mrs. Bowen End, is in a distressing condition. ceiving friends upon the arrival of a hand- Goode, returned home Monday. She was taken to Lexington today Mrs. J. C. West, of Louisville, Is with hope that physicians theie will some little son in their home. Mrs. J. S. Owsley returned Sat- with her parents, Attorney and Mis. her. urday from Franklin, where she has C. C. WilHams. Mrs. Cleo Brown, our benefit Elizabeth Higgins, who is atMiss McEl-waibeen with her father, James efficient postmistress, hap been very tending the College of Music at Cinsick during the week. Mrs. C. C. for several weeks. is suffering from a mild form Attorneys R H. Tomlinson, of Lan- Williams slipped on a banana peeling cinnati, fever. Late news from her of scarlet caster, and Jay W. Harlan, of Dan- Wednesday and fell, causing painful bedside is to the effect that she is ville, were among the visiting law- but we trust not serious injuries getting along nicely. yers at the beginning of circuit court Mt Vernon Signal. Mrs. Bettie Bush and Mrs. Susan yesterday. MORELAND J. Thomas Cherry, one of Crab B. Yeager leave this week for Hot Orchard's hustling merchants, was Springs. Ark., where they will be of Nashville, Mr. Sam Logan, in Brodhead last week to see his sis- joined by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. John- Tenn., is visiting relatives in our litter, Mrs. Granville Owens, who is ston, of Pittsburg, Pa., for a month's tle town. stay for their health. Miss Nancy very low with tuberculosis. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carter, of LibCashier Charles H. Yeager, who has been with her aunt, erty, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Assistant Thompson, of the People's Bank, and Mrs. Johnston, in Pittsburg, the past Eads. Robert McKenzie, spent Sunday at winter, will come home and be the Misses Nitro and Ada Carson were PreachersviHe, sny& ne Mt. Vernon guest of relatives while her mother in Hustonville Wednesday. Signal. is away. Mrs. R. C. Coffey entertained a number of friends at dinner last Sunj 25-ce- nt --- Nich-olasvil- le was in a very serious condition and not expected to live. Mr. Back left immediately for his bedside. The last news received was that he had was some better and as soon as he was able to be moved, his father would him home. He is sutfenng from typhoid fever. Mr. James Woods and family, of Stanford, spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Emmett McCormack. The masquerade skating rink on Saturday night was well attended by the surrounding communities. All had Shugars' Drug Store. a delightful time and the costumes were of various kinds and it was inDavid Myers, aged 76, and a re- deed hard to tell who the skaters spected citizen of Madison, is dead. were for a lonsr time. Jerry Adam had everybody guessing who he was and was the best disguised person on Do Not Gripe the floor. We have a pleasant laxative that will Carl Hunn, of Stanford, wa? hore do just what you want it to do. Saturday night and took in the rink, itllSS iiUU uunuiu uutv-m-. and family spent Sunday evening with Uncle Samuel Newell at MilWe sell thousands of them and we have never seen a better remedy for the ledgeville. Road Engineer Riffe and wife, bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. of Stanford, spent Saturday and Penny's Drug Store. Sunday with his father, J. P. Riffe, on the Liberty pike. 1 bi-in-g Mrs. J. D. Burton is now somewhat improved. Mr. C. M. Bach, of this city, received a message last Wednesday of the serious illness of his son, Clearcy Back at Kansas City, stating that he A. L. Foster. Winter Goods Ladies' Coats, Men's Suits and Overcoats, Wool Blankets and Cotton Blankets Heavy Shoes, Rubbers and Felts Coat Sweaters Ladies and Gents' Corduroy Pants and Knee Suits of All Kinds Hats, Caps and Leggins We must sell these heavy goods to make room j j i """ ROBINS ON'S Next to Lincoln County National Bank w. n, We have on sale for ten days 500 YARDS New Spring Dress Ginghams in neat and attractive patterns, real value 7 These we offer at the price o l-2- The farmers of this community, are complaining of so nuch bad weather. Rev. G. W. Hasty of Blue Lick delivered a most excellent sermon bt. J. B. Robbins' Sunday. people of Several of the ig Green Briar, attended Sunday School at Neal's Creek Sunday. Miss Bess Green, of Neal's Creek, spent Saturday night with Miss Carrie Miracle. Mrs. H. C. Hurst and beautiful little daughter, Lunetta were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Davis Sunday. Mr. Allen Hasty is a little better at this writing. Trading is the order of the day. E. L. Miracle bought a horse fiom Will Miracle, paying a fancy price. Mr. George Hurst of this place, spent Saturday" night and Sunday with his friend, Mr. Charles Thompson. Miss Pearl Hooper spent one day last week with Mr. John Hooper. Miss Carrie Miracle is very ill at this writing, we are sorry to say. y.-u- MASON'S GAP 1- - h(ei)1915JHodQ 695 17C(QXjOTeatur0 Powerful fast unusually graceful and beautiful in its lines roomy, comfortable and completely equipped with Top, Windshield, Speedometer, tires on rear5 the 1915 and anti-ski- d Maxwell at $695 has more high priced car features than ever put in an auto- Rheumatism Sprains Lumbago Sciatica Why grin and bear all these ills when Sloan's Liniment kills pain? " I have used your Liniment and can say it is fine. I have used it for sore throat, strained shoulder, and it acted like a charm." Allen Dunn, Route 1, Box 88, Pine Valley, Miss. " I am a painter and paperhanger by trade, consequently up and down ladders. About two years ago my left knee became lame and sore. It pained me at nights at times till I could not rest, and I was contemplating giving up my trade on account of it when I chanced to think of Sloan's Liniment. I had never tried it before, and I am glad to state that les3 than one 25c. bottle fixed me up apparently as good as ever." Charles C. Campbell, Florence, Texas. Walter Spears bought four calves from Fred Carson, ov ;Iustonvi!le for a fair price. Mrs. Mastin, Miss Annie Moser and Mrs. A. H. Moser went to Perryville Thursday to spend a few days. Farmers are busy preparing their tobacco beds for th coming season Wheat looks some what distressed since the past late freezes we have had. Mrs. C. M. Back and daughter Mrs. Stephenson, of Hustonville, have been visiting Back Bros, for a few days. Sim Owens sold Clyde Noel and B. P. Shomaker some hogs last week. Charley Reed and wife have rented Mrs. Malinda Gresham's property at Milledgeville and will soon be ready Messrs Peyton and Dinwiddie will be glad to have their manv friendt call at the Dinwiddie store and buy anything thej- may wish in the fresh meat line. - day. PECULIAR AFTER EFFECTS OF GRIP THIS YEAR Leaves Kidneys In Weakened c. calico to occupy, same. H .flk. If You Are Nervous and are losing weight, we recommend that you take fl0. Olive Oil containing Uvpophosphitet Emulsion SLOANS LINIMENT sUsp for a free TRIAL BOTTLE. DR. EARL & SLOAN, Inc., P!uUdrfph,P Semi four ceaU ia All Dealer 25c for a short time. A prescription which we gladly endorse. Penny's Drug Store. PER. YARD t Doctors in all parts of the country have been kept busy with the epidemic of grip which has visited so many homes. The symptoms of grip this year are often very distressing and leave the system in a run down condition, particularly the kidneys which seem to suffer most, as almost every victim complains of lame back and urinary troubles which should not be neglected, as these danger signals often lead to dangerous kidney troubles. Druggists report a large sale on which so Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Romany people say soon heals and strenghtens the kidneys after an atis a great tack of grip. Swamp-Rokidney, liver and bladder remedy, and being an herbal compound, has a gentle healing effect on the kidneys, which is almost immediately noticed in most cases bv those who try it. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., of-- f fer to send a sample size bottle oi Swamp-Roo- t, on receipt of ten cents, to every sufferer who requests it. A trial will convince any one who may be in need of it. Regular size bottles 50cts and $1.00. For sale at all druggists. Be sure to mention this , 13-- 4 paper. ot ot mobile before for less than $1,000. Here is the easiest car to driv in the world here is the greatest all around hilt climbing car in the world. Here is an automobile to be really proud of. Holds the road at 50 miles an hour With Electric Starter and Electric Lights $55 extra. s la aj TO THE PUBLIC. MEMORIALS No tribute is so appropriate as a monument, cut from enduring granite. Its stands unaltered, unchanged, presevring a memory through the long years. I invite you to see my wori: and designs before you buy a monument. D.i Severance & Son HARRY JACOBS the largest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and fhA TYlflkinp" of VOUr clothes. gives me the advantage over one who is not a Dractical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise ,you a square deal. You will get the 'worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples are now reaay ior your in made-to-ord- I represent er rlii-nffi- H. C. Carpenter, Stanford, Ky., At Lincoln County National Bank. Catalogue or Demonstration on Request. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TcuMpS-fflBIUN- G YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. v fsr The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, February 16, 1915. y Sd 3m Farm and Stock News Lud Fisher sold a sow and nine pigs to Boney McKechnie, of Hubble Livingston Cooper, of the West jEnd, sold to Shell Oatts,' of Boyle, six steers at seven cents. ohn Hoskins, a farmer of the Cop per Creek country, on the Lincoln- Rockcastle border, movea witn ms family to Illinois last week. Charles Williams, on Capt. B. F. Powell's place on the Knob Lick pike, sold to H B. Davis, 'a nice Jersey cow for $60. Shel Oatts, the Danvillle trader, sold 18 head of steers at $50 a head and $10 premium on the lot to Dr. S. O. Eads, of Eoyle, last week. Tlyy averaged 700 pounds. Mr. Oatts sold a cow to Frank Robinson for $G7.50. R. H. Crow near Shelby City sold last week to A. S. Tribble, of Hop-kinsville, SICK, SOUR STOMACH, INDIGESTION for $35. J. C. Brown, west of Danville, sold a nice Jersey cow to Adam CarOR GAS penter of Moreland, for $75. He also sold 40 shoats that averaged 60 Take "Pape's Diapepsin" and in Five pounds each to A. McDowell, of Danville at $4.25 a head Mr. Brown reMinutes You'll Wonder What Becently sold a fine jennet colt to a Mr. came of Misery in Stomach McAfee, of LawrenceDurg for $250. At Will Dunn's sale at Crab Or-Wonder what upset your stomach chard Saturday a cow brought to A. which portion of the food did the Moes, S52.50; Jersey heifer to E. L. damage do you? Well, don't bother. King, $22.50; colt to Reub Bailey for If your stomach is in a revolt; of $d5; two sows to J. T. Rigsby for sour, gassy and upset, and what you $8 and $8.25; a hay bailer brough just ate has fermented into stubborn $80. Household and kichen furni-$- 8 lumps; head dizzy and aches; belch and $8.25; a hay bailer brought gases and acids and eructate undi- $80. Household and kitchen furni- J Mr. Kiser Will Receive Hemp Here ! Thursday, Friday and Saturday Feb. 18, 19 and 20. 'All farmers who have hemp broken out will The Allen 34 pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get S895 worth of car. When 5'oU Price, $895 Study these facts a very fine Aberdeen Angus bull for $125. Mr. Crow began 34- has an The Allen breedjng these cattle only a few Allen 37 horsepower You don't pay a cent for unyears ago, buying the very richest Weston-Mo- tt necessary overhead expense; bred and highest grade, stock for a floating axle, mohair top foundation, and is succeeding beyonc and leather upholstery, We build integrity into every Allen his fondest hopes. Warnertransmission and automobile. Our organization is steering gear, Lincoln county farmers, particuexpandstrong and permanent. We are in ' drive, larly those of the West End, took ading brakes, 110 -- inch vantage of the several good days the automobile business to stay. wheelbase, demountable last week and turned over as much rims, aluminum crank Our purpose is to make every Allen soil as they could. The great amount case and aluminum transI of rain has made them backward and car do its part in upholding our mission case, full equipthey are sensibly putting in every reputation for giving the greatest ment of electric tights moment possible breaking up the possible value for the price we get and electric starter. ground. The xveisht of the car Is If you have been waiting until you R. S. (Dick) Scudder, of McKin-ne23ua lbs., which, with the power of the motor, insures could buy a strong, swift, safe, shipped yesterday to Lexington economy of operation. to be sold by the Kentucky Sales Co., handsome car without paying a dolWc build five other 14 head of fine young horses and lar more than its actual worth, the models, three roadsters mares. Among the lot was his great and two touring cars. Allen 34, touring carat ranging in price from Peacemaker, two years old, and one $1395. S875 $895, is the complete answer to of the greatest sons of Rex Peavine, your requirements. which won the blue string in nearly every ring he was shown in last year. In style, finish, power, economy of operation, equipment, serviceable Mr. Scudder is expecting a small forqualities and price, Allen cars take the lead tune for this magnificent piece of horse flesh and all who have seer, the youngster agree with him that he should receive it. Regina Peavine, Factory Representatives for Southern Obio. adjacent West Virfive years old, also by Rex Peavine, ginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. is also of the number that will be Dealers: Write or wire for agency proposition disposed of. She is owned jointly by Walter Walker and Mr. Scudder. The Smith T. Powell colt, a blue tie winner, was also shipped. Mr. Scudder's consignment has been extensively adHUSTONV1LLE ROLLER vertised by the Kentucky Sales Co., MILLS FOR SALE. and there will "be buyers on hand many States when the choice ! lot is offered. As agent for the D. M. Lipps heirs, I will still continue to I will sell privately the Hustonville Roller Mill and Electric Light Plant. STOMACH SUFFERERS! READ THIS capacity; is So many stomach sufferers have been The mill has a buy your CHICKENS, in good running order and shape and benefited by a simple prescription of makes a splendid flour It has al- - vegetable oils which cured a Chicago EGGS and HIDES at ways been a money-make- r; is located druggist of chronic stomach, liver and the Highest Market in a splendid farming and wheat intestinal trouble of vears' standing that raising section, a good town and the we want you surely to try this remedy. environment could not be better. The It is known as Alayrs Wonderful RemPrices, at The Garage electric light plant is run in connec- - edy. One dose will convince you. It tion with the mill, lights the town usually gives complete and permanent on Cut Off Pike. and supplies private residences and results even in the most stubborn pays a handsome profit. cases. One dose will convince you. ESTILL CARTER. If you are looking for a money-- 1 Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is sold by making proposition, investigate this, leading druggists everywhere with the Phone 203. i as it will be sold at : oargain. Terms positive understanding that your money will be refunded without question or will be matle right. quibble if ONE bottle fails to give you W. D. NAVE, Agent, absolute satisfaction. Let the I. J. do your 30b printing. 12-K'uctonville, Ky. en-pi- ne, left-ha- nd 12-in- ch 1 gested food; breath foul, tongue coated just take a little Pape's Diapepsin and in five minutes you wonder what became of the indigestion and distress Millions of men and women today know that it is needless to have a bad stomach. A little Diapepsin occasionally keeps this delicate organ regulated and they eat their favorite foods without fear. If your stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit without rebellion; if your food is a damage instead of a help, remember the quickest,' surest, most relief is Pape's Diapepsin which costs only fifty cents for a large case at drug stores. wonderful it digests food and sets things straight, so gently and easily that it is really astonishing. Please for your sake, don't go on and on with a weak, disordered stomach; it is so unnecessary. hai-mles-s Itls-'fiar- ty J Public Sale of Land. I will sell at the court house door in Lancaster, Ky., on On Monday, February 22nd, County Court day at 11 o'clock A. to the highest bidder my farm of IIS acres located in Garrard county, Kentucky on Drake's creek and near the Fall Lick pike and adjoining the lands of George Brown and others. This is the farm where I now live and wil' show the farm to anyone desiring to look at it before day of sale. Possession given within 30 days from date of suc. TERMS Made known at time of M. please deliver on these dates. Still have a limited amount of seed which we can furnish those desiring to raise a crop this year. For further information write or call on C. HAYS FOSTER, Stanford, Ky., Lincoln County National Bank Building. J. P. BALLARD. y, Kenton Motors Co. "cSfoir" Produce Wanted f-n- 75-barr- el i ( J . 4t Squire Gann, of Hustonville, sold 4,000 pounds of tobacco on the Danville breaks at an average of 11 cents a pound. David Lynn, east of Stanford, sold 12,000 pounds of tobacco to W. P. Kincaid at six and a half cents a pound. Fox & Farris, of Danville, in the last six weeks, hnvfi sninnH nvpr Snn head of aged mules to Nashville, Tenn., where they were inspected and accepted by the representative of the British government for war purposes, and the demand for sound young mules to replace them is exceptionally good, says the Danville Messenger. 0. F. Troutman, a progressive Jessamine county farmer, will go to Berea College today to demonstrate to the students of that institution the correct way of cutting up a hog. If the gang attending collge at Berea is as hungry as the usual boarding school enrollment Mr. Troutman will experience trouble in keeping the youngsters away from the swine while he cuts his didos with his butcher knife. W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, and Mr. McClary, of Richmond, Va., who were in Stanford last Monday hunting mules, went to Lebanon a few days later and bought several horses and mules for cavalry purposes. They purchased from Hi: T. F. Cleaver four horses at an average price of $130, and one from Tom O'Daniel at $165. At the same place S. B. Hill, of Louisville, bought three horses from Tom Thompson at $110 per head. Burton and McClary also bought three mules at$135 per head. PUBLIC I SALE V0nLeOear;largest .norsemine. world. Of Real and Personal Property 6th, 1915 at my barn in Hustonville, Ky., beginning at 10 o'clock 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 lresti in May, subject to register; I Duroc 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 wagbarn, about 18 acres; 1 on; 1 hack; 1 runabout; 1 cart; 1 turning plow, good as new 1 harrow; 1 cultivator; 1 mowing machine, 1 corn drill; 1 hand tobacco setter; some harness; 1 self feeder crank cutting box; 1 piano, good as new; 1 big swing stable lamp. SATURDAY, DUDE JARTVJAN, 12-t- Will on MARCH An expert Veterinary Surgeon on your farm! When you buy any one of Dr. LeGear's Remedies you get These Remedies have been Tested 20 years and proved best in thousands of cases of injury and the personal prescription of an expert Veterinary Surgeon, sick- d Hustonville, Ky. ness of every kind of stock and poultry. There are twenty-tw- o Remedies prescribed by Dr. 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 Farm of 100 Acres For Sale Well fenced and improvements fairly good; five miles from Stan- water; can be school. Never-failin- g divided and will sell part or whole. Write or apply to G. T. Ashlock. F Stanford, R. P. D., Rowland. 13-4- ford, four from Lancaster and within a mile of railroad station and a W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, KY. 11 AND AGAIN WE LEAD The Highest Price Basket, Sixty Cents .j- ' S- r--- i. imli i- - an. i- - The Highest Individual Average, J. H. Combs, Jessamine County, $16.00 WE HAVE SOLD OVER 300,000 POUNDS THE PAST WEEK WITHOUT A REJECTION IN OUR HOUSE FOR THE WEEK. JUST A FEW OF THOSE WHO MADE GOOD AVERAGES ARE AS FOLLOWS. DON'T TAKE OUR WORD ASK THEM, OR, BETTER STILL, LOOK OVER OUR BOOKS AND VERIFY WHAT WE PUBLISH: Middleton & Williams, Boyle county Jafrett Wood, Boyle county l.:....i..;.::, ,600 lbs., $2 5,79 1 1 2, 70 lbs., $3 1 1 1 .66. 1 ... .$13.43 ' Best Basket, 1 5 lbs., $60. : $14.40 $16.00 $13.80 DeBaun & Rice, Boyle county 3,560 lbs., $429.05.. . $12.05 Herring & Hicks, Garrard'county '4,300 lbs., J. H. Combs, Jessamine county $552:47lll;: ,880 lbs., $292729r 1 Farris & Merriman, Boyle county 2,270 lbs., $3 1 .$13.00 Worley & Edwards, Mercer county 2, 60 lbs., $297.44 8.59..: l.....:. ..$14.10 PLEASE REMEMBER, WE SPLIT NO COMMISSIONS WITH ANY ONE. WE TREAT EVERY SELLER ALIKE-4LAR- GE OR SMALL, AND TRY TO DO BUSI- NESS LEGITIMATELY. YOU MIGHT GET MORE MONEY EVEN IF YOU PAID FULL COMMISSIONS. PLENTY OF PURE TESTED WHITE BURLEY SEED FREE TO YOU FOR THE ASKING. WRITE OR PHONE US (No. 223) AT OUR EXPENSE, AT ANY TIME. -- sT Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. (INCORPORATED) 1 - ::::::::: H. C. BRIGHT, PRESIDENT - . -- -: WALNUT STREET U,' m- DAN VILLE, KY.j - ALLEN HIEATT, SECRETARY ... ' 4 I .r.. 1. X- , l.'i'J-"- . 4 - .; ". hi,- - afr' . 1 .a -- tV - t ' -