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I Tke L J Priats More 7am Read by " re Farmers Otker Couatry Paper ia tie si Established 860. 56th Year. 1 The Interior 1 OURNAK no. is. rK i This Paper Stops Waem Yoar Time is ap Watcli tke Date Oa Label as Renew Yomr Sabscript:om Proaptly. .1. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, February FRAME-UP 19, 1915. Tuesdays and Fridays SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO. FINFD $2,500 BY JURY. In Circuit Court For Removing Rec- EPH LILLARD TAKES HIS OWN LIFE AT DANVILLE SAYS STORY WAS A Heard About Town taken a position in Ed. Wilkinson's barber shop. L. A. Tankarsley, of Lancaster, has PRESBYTERIAN MEETING ENDS Much Good DoneBy Rev. Tros tie's Preaching Past Three Weeks. Boyle Representative Who Voted For Bradley for Senator Shoots Himself In Head At His Home The sucide of Col. E. W. Lillard at Danville Wednesday shocked everyone in this part of the state. A dispatch from Danville to the Courier Journal Thursday morning told the following story of the unfortunate West Virginia Negro Now Says tective Was After Reward. .BBBBvH BBBBBBBHk'" BBBBBBBH&V v De- nBw ' 4Bh SBBHEiJ&&2''' ' . :BIW BBBBHBBfBKMBk K BBBHEBW'- WWW JiH BBBMBFfiK -- .Jf?! BBBK' ""B6:". :"" BBBBBBBB1BBK::'BBHEBk: 'H 5 v&BK BBBBBBBhBHIk affair: Boyle county, committed suicide this afternoon by shooting himself in the head at his home on South Second stereet. As a member of the legislature he gained wide notice with three other Democrats who refused to vote for Gov. J. C. W. Beckham for United States Senator, and voted for the late W. O. Bradley, who was elected. He left nothing to indicate what actuated him in his tragic act. He used a revolver and only one shot was fired. After Senator Bradley took his seat Col. Lillard was appointed his private secretary and served in that capacity until Senator Bradley's death, some months ago. The residence in this city had been rented and Col. Lillard and family had been living with his brother-in-laProf. Rupley, at Burgin since their return from Washington. They had reserved the attic in their residence and Col. Lillard took his life in the attic. He drove to Danville today with S. J. Nooe and spent the morning attending to business matters and calling on old acquaintances. About 1:30 o'clock he went to his residence and told the occupants that he desired to go to the attic. He had left word for Nooe to call for him about 2 o'32-calib- Col. E. W. Lillara, former Representative in the Legislature, from ': BBBaHPn&P BBBBlnH 'SBEBwi' '? VvsPJ :; sv'SIhr'' & .BBBk "' BIRir bbbhbhbWL" ' vr IbbbbW Col. Eph. W. Lillard. re w, Things Improving In The South "Things are looking better in the South," said Col. T. C. Rankin, who returned from Granville, Ga., a few days ago. "People have gotten down to good business methods there and are paying as they go, and as a consequence things are brightening up," he added. Mr. Rankin sold 25 or 30 mules while there and confesses that he got "living prices" for them. He says his partner at Granville, a Mr. Hopson, wired him this week to send more mules down, and he considers that as meaning that the market has improved since he left. For nearly 30 years Mr. Rankin has been selling mules at Newnan and Granville and he is about as much at home at either of those places as he is in his home section, where he knows everybody. lfc--- ." ' pleasures and perplexities of her parents, Minnie and Sam Campbell. Miss Mary Ophelia Jeffers has been quite an interesting and decided ly inquisitive guest of her grandparents for nearly a week. Henry Thomas, of Casey News, stopped here to take a few final, inspiring inspirations of old Casey's ozone before proceeding to Porkopo-li- s for a few days relaxation and recuperation. Grippe got a grip on Col. John Stapp which kept him latibulizing till the ground-ho- g heralded close of XkJLillard.was a native-- of winter, and bluebirds and robins have Anderson county, and, was prominently connected in Central begun rehearsing their spring symKentucky. Prior to locating in Dan- phonies.much mud for boats and too Too ville, about twenty years ago, he was much water for mudsheds, our engaged in the drug business in Lan- mail carriers were investigating aircaster. His wife was at the home of Prof. Rupley, in Burgin, when the craft to find a solution to difficulty tragedy occurred. She was notified of making scehdule time with half a Cleon Camden by telephone and came to Danville day's grace, but the sloughs of the bridged enough of at once. Col. Lillard is survived by ferried, and filled enough of the his wife and three children: Stout chasms, around which portages had LilIard, Orlando, Fla., Mrs. John to be made, to enable French, of Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. service with only an continuance of extenGeorge Harrison Craddock, of Wash- sion of the limit. A fewhour's drying more ington City. He was about 55 years days our pikes will possibly be good old. as some of our worst mud roads. The other three Democrats who Miss Pearl Gaddis and with Col. Lillard voted for W. O. Reyburn declined to invite Clarence chaffing Bradley in the memorable 1908 ses- and a charivari by having their sion of the Kentucky Legislature, re- banns discussed, and again the sulting in the election of Bradley to was thrilled by announcement ofcity an the United States Senate over J. C. unsuspected wedding. W. Beckham, February 28 of that Proprietor year were H. S. McNutt and Albert ment stores of one of our departgenerously distributed H. Charlton and Representative Chris beautiful souvenir plates among Mueller, all of Louisville. customers. Supply was out Elected a member of the Legisla- bachelor friend asked for his when a "You're ture from Boyle county, strong pres- not married, you have no use for sure was brought upon Col. Lillard by plates" was all the comfort then ofDemoci-atof Danville in the hope of fered. may be soon" was met inducing him to change his mind, but with a "I derisive: "When you (especihe stood fast. Feeling against him al emphasis on you) marry I will ran high in Boyle, and finally, after give you a whole set." Within a week he cast his vote for Bradley, he was when driving by the emporium he burned in effigy. hailed the boss with: "Have those After Senator Bradley took office plates wrapped up." Next day groom as United States Senator he appoint- and bride halted their auto at front ed Col. Lillard his secretary, and the door and called for the plates. The later served in that capacity until fresh proprietor has ordered somethe death of Senator Bradley last thing special. summer. News has just reached that After he had returned to Danville Captain Henry Ryder died ussecond from Washington there was talk to inst. at his daughtu, Mrs. Sarah the effect that Col. Lillard intended Gastineau's, Savonburg, Kansas. He to return to Washington and engage had just entered 99th year. Till latein the drug business there. He denied ly of extraordinary the rumor only recently assuring that excel the young and vigor, able to robust farmer if he ever entered business again it at all the farmer's hardest jobs. Capwould be in his native State. tain Ryder in his Although he voted for Senator days beforewas a sailor becameyoung steamships the Bradley, and later served as his secre- vogue twice sailed the tary, Col Lillard always claimed to be world. and.was interesting around bnok He a Democrat. He was appointed secre- of travel in narrative and as a many had tary by Senator Bradley, it is said, thrilling experiences. He was always because of his cold reception he re- genial, always cheerful as a boy, and ceived at the hands of his former a neighbor in implies. Democratic friends when he returned "We shall neverall the word again." see his like to his home at Danville, following the The town was thrown into election of Bradley to the United by clang of curfew at 9 A. M. panic when States Senate. alarm was spread that "Uncle Joe" was lost. Joe Napier, colored, is the Farm For Livery Stable only pioneer of the town alive and J. D. Steenbergen was here from in his extreme old age is a "child Junction City Thursday. He had re- again." He wandered a mile through cently swapped his little farm in the woods before missed and every pitcity limits of Crab Orchard for the fall was being searched when Goverlivery barn at Junction City, owned nor Riffe decoyed him home and by J. M. Harmon, and has become searching party called in. a Boyle. county citizen. Four dames and a damsel, grotesquely garbed two in trousers and Russell Dyche, publisher of the masked, gave the town the sensation London Sentinel, will start a new of its life by dashing around a corpaper at Pineville about March 1st ner and parading along the entire to be called the Citizen. business section of Main street, unrecognized and unsuspected by most It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism intimate acquaintances and even Everybody who is afflcted with nearest kin. An impromptu Mardi Rheumatism in any form should by Gras freak. Look out for report of all means keep a bottle of Sloan's floats and Rex and retinue next time. The old Reuben's thoughts are of Liniment on hand. The minute you feel pain or soreness in a joint or garden, now. muscle, bathe it with Sloan's LiniSeventy-Seve- n Years Old ment. Do not rub it. Sloan's peneGeorge W. Clough, Prentiss, Miss, trates almost immediately right to the seat of pain, relieving the hot, who had suffered greatly with" kidtender, swollen feeling and making ney trouble writes: "Foley Kidney the part easy and comfortable. Get a Pills are the only remedy that ever bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 did me any good at all." Just think cents of any dfuggist and have it in of the relief and comfort that means the house against Colds, Sore and to him. Foley Kidney Pills are reSwollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica commended for sleep disturbing and like ailments. Your money hack bladder troubles, pains in sides or if not satisfied, but it does give al-- 4 back, rheumatism, and kidney and most instant relief. Buy a bottle bladder .ailments. For sale by all -- Law-Jericeburg, at the appointed time and waited an hour and then drove up in town, waited a while and returned. Col. Lillard still had not come down and Nooe made an investigation. He found Lillard seated upon the bed with his spectacles in one hand and a revolver in the other hand and a bullett hole in his head. No one in the large house had heard the shot. The deed must have been committed as soon as he entered the room, as he had on his overcoat and nothing had been moved so far as could be detected. Nooe spread the alarm and a great crowd soon gathered. Coroner Zimmerman immeriately took charge of the body and held an inquest, the verdict being that col. Lillard had taken his own life by shooting himself. Prior to his election to the Legislature, Lillard was a leader of local Democratic politics and had served several years as a Colonel in the Kentucky militia. After he - voted for Bradley, many of his old associates deserted him and since his return to Danville it had been observed that he was very despondent at times although it was not thought that he would take his life. clock. Mr. Nooe went Scalded by Hot Coffee son of WalThe little ter McElfresh, near Milledgeville was very badly scalded early in the week when he pulled a coffee pot full of hot coffee over on him. The little fellow's neck and left arm were badly injured, and he is being given treatment by Dr. M. Lee Pipes of Moreland, and is doing nicely now. two-year-old Gov. McCreary refused finally to pardon Banker Alexander, of Paris. KIDD'S STORE Miss Mary Minola, first daughter, is a plump Valentine just added to over the mystery of The mix-u- p who killed the little white girl, Zelma Young at Danville, has assumed a remarkable aspect. John Walker, the West Virginia negro, who swore on examining trial that the other negro John Price, confessed to him that he did the lulling, now says that the whole story was a frame-uand that there is no foundation for his story except that he and the detective who arrested the negroes, wanted to get the reward. The Danville Advocate this week printed this story of this unusual development: The negro. John Walker, who was first arrested charged with being implicated in the murder of little Zelma Young and who is alleged to have confessed when arrested, sent for a reporter of the Advocate and told the following story: "All I swore to at the examining trial was not so. I have lied through out. I just told what Detective Morris told me to say. He promised me $50, a ticket home, a suit of clothes and a job working for him I never saw John Price until about a week ago. I told an awful lie on him. I am sick and tired of people coming up and looking at me as if I killed her when I know nothing about it. 1 am in this trouble now, but I intend to tell the truth from this time on." Walker was greatly excited when talking of the case and was in very low spirits. He cried bitterly and said that he wished he had never got mixed up in the trouble. Afterwards he told his story to several and looked somewhat relieved after his confession which he said he was willing to swear to He said that the detective had "played a damn dirty trick on him by getting him into such a scrape." Opinion is divided as to' which statement of Walker is correct. Some think that he is falsifying in making this confession, while others believe that he is now telling the truth. Most everyone is loath to believe that any detective would resort to such tactics for the sake of the reward. A full investigation is being made, and the public can rest assured that the whole truth will be brought out. If the detective is guilty he should be dealt with as severely as allowed by law. It is not likely that anything can be done until the meeting of the grand jury, as both negroes have been held over from their examining trial. Walker's statement came as a sensation. It was wholly unexpected. p, Rev. J. A. Trostle, perhaps the ablest preacher of the Word of God Hill Spalding, of Danville, District who agent of the Union Central Fire In- long has been heard in Stanford in a very successful time, surance Company, was here with Lo- revival at closed a the Presbyterian church cal Agent C. Hays Foster Wednes- Thursday night. From the very be- day. The I. J. has received another sack of garden seed and a sack of flower seed from Senator Ollie M. James and will bo glad to give them to its friends as long as they last. Dr. C. M. Thompson, of King's Mountain, who has been attending a series of special lectures and clinics at a big hospital in Cincinnati, has about concluded his work there and will return home next week. Josiah Marsee and son, R. V. Mar-se- e, returned Thursday from a prospecting trip through Indiana. "We saw a good deal of good land and a great deal that was not so good, but none of it pleased us quite so well as that of this section of the State," said the The trip will make Messrs. Marsee better satisfied to remain in Lincoln county. first-name- d. little theatre, with a stage and seating capacity enough to accommodate several hundred. Mr. Masters is manager of the enterprise, which is owned jointly by a dozen gentlemen. well-equipped G. H. Masters and handsome little son, Charlie Masters, were here from McKinney Thursday. The former told the I. J. 'that McKinney now has a Temple ,of Thepses. It is known as McKinney Amusement Hall and is a good-size- d yr m case in circuit court this week and his bearing and conduct of the case were eagerly watched and commented on by court 'room spectators, upon whom he seemew-tmake a favorable with Attorney K. S. Alcorn,rtof this city, he defended the Southern Express Company which is under indictment in the local court. T5k candidatefor the democratic nomination for circuit judge, appeared in a Hon Charles C. Fox. of Danville, a ginning of the meeting almost three weeks ago, splendid congregations have heard this eloquent man exhort the people of this community to live closer to the Christian standard, and interest and attention was keenly manifested up until the close. Sixteen members were received into the Presbyterian church last Sunday morning, and a general religious awakening among the people of the community has been felt. After a few days' rest Rev. Trostle goes to Cary, Bell county, where he will hold ' a meeting. The last service of the series of meetings was held on Thursday night A very large company of attentive listeners filled the church and heard a very impressive sermon from a text consisting of one word the word "Remember," taken from the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus in the 16th chapter of Luke. It was a sermon of solemn warning and earnest exhortation in which the good thing? to remember were very clearly pointed out. A strong appeal was made to alL to get into right relation with God. A handsome offering of over $60 was received from the congregation out of which the expenses of the meeting will be paid, the larger part going into the Evangelistic Fund of the Preslytery. After a few appropriate parting words, Mr. Trostle dismissed the audience after singing "Blest be the Tie That Binds." On Thursday afternoon Mr. Trostle gave the following helpful rules for Christiun living- 1. Never do .that which is inconsistent with the Christian's profes Never do that which the world counts as inconsistent with Christian living. sion. 2. LATEST WAR NEWS . An aerial fleet consisting of thirty-tw- o English units and eight French machines, made an attack on the German coast bases in Belgium Tuesday centering its attack on Zeebruge, the submarine depot. The official English statement says great success attended the move. Ambassador Page discussed Germany's offer to lift the war zone or der if England would allow foodstuffs to reach German civilians. It is not thought the compromise will be entertained. The English naval loses so far total nearly 10,000 men. Admiral Behncke of Germany, in a statement explaining the war zone order, admitted that there was not sufficient food to feed the people in the empire. Important Laurel Suit Decided Bettie Lewis, who clnimpH tn h the illegitimate child of J. G. Creech, ui iaurei county, now aeaa, will share equally with his other children in his estate. Until hts death r.reenh aided in rearing, maintaining and educating her, and she alleged that when she was three yars old, in order to prevent the scandal of a suit, he agreed with her mother to do this ana so to arrange tnat she should share eauallv with his other children in his estate. He made no such ar rangement and died intestate. She brOUcht this suit, nut the T.nnrol Circuit Court sustained a demurrer to her petition. The Court of Ap peals at rranKiort this week, in an oninion of Jude-- Nunn. reversed tho decision: said this is not a case of adopting a child or contracting to make Bettie Lewis his heir; but is an enforceable contract, and not uncertain in its terms, as it can be ascertained what proportion is due her under the contract by dividing the amount of the estate by the number of heirs. Creech left five children and an estate valued at $25,000. e ords of Liquor Shipments Other Doing In Court A jury in Circuit Court Friday, morning fined the Southern Express Company $2,500 in a very important case, affecting shipments of whisky into dry territory. The trial lasted nearly all of Thursday and well into Friday. It was a trial of the Southern Express Company upon indictment charged with attempting to obstruct justice by removing its books and records out of the county so that the grand jury might not ascertain who has been receiving liquor at Moreland and at other points in the county along the Cincinnati Southern railroad. This is the second time this case has been before the court. Before, Judge Hardin threw the case out of court on a demurrer of the attorneys for the express company before the case could be tried on its merits, but Commonwealth's Attorney Puryear carried the matter to the Court of Appeals which reversed the lower court's decision, and held that the Commonwealth was entitled to a trial of the case Attorneys Charles C. Fox, of Danville, and K. S. Alcorn, of this city, represented the express company, while Commonwealth's Attorney Puryear and County Attorney W. S. Burch, prosecuted. Witnesses were introduced, officials from Boyle and Mercer counties, proving that indictments have been returned in those counties against the company for unlawfully transporting whisky into dry territory and the Commonwealth endeavored to prove but for the fact that the express company removed its books and records from this county, similar indictments would be brought in this county. The case attracted much interest. Mr. Fox stated that this case will be carried on appeal through all the higher courts, to the U. S. Supreme Court, if necessary. The grand jury is examining from all over the county and upstairs the court has all week been occupied with criminal cases, the following being a brief resume of the work of the court so far: Bob Ramsey, of the Neal's Creek section, was fined $20 and costs to be paid or worked out at hard labor. on an amended charge of assault and battery. Joe Burton, was convicted of petit larceny, the charge being that he stole corn. He was fined $25 and witnesses the Hoosier State, but has had considerable. experience in bankjv.ork,; having been connected with banking institutions in that State and under his father, who is cashier of the Peoples State ,Bank at Frankfort. Mr. Skiles is 31 years old and has a family of wife and two children. There were 23 applicants for the position of cashier but only 14 names went before the board, the other nine having retired before the final fight. Mr. Skiles will arrive with his family in time to take Mr. Bailey's place between the 15th and 20th of March, when the former will move to Stanford and look after his interests in the firm of McRoberts & Bailey. Sold Bloodhounds H. G. Skiles Elected Cashier at C. O. At a meeting of the directors of the Crab Orchard Banking Co., held Wednesday afternoon, H. G. Skiles, , of Seymour, Ind., was elected cashier T ijocai i.il to succeed J. Carroll Bailey, who has greatly pi; held that position so acceptably for son a t) the past eight years. Mr. Skiles is at teredin by' present in the insurance business in non-sto- n CountyJAttorney Rodman Keenon, of Mercetficounty, was in court here Thursday;and his presence in the city set tongues to wagging about the race'ffor Commonwealth's Attorney. Bh Judge J. S. Owsley, of this city ;nd E. V. Puryear, of Danville, werKin court at the same time. Like mosl candidates, each and his friends st'im to think that he will win, but.. 'he political wiseacres seem to think Bat the race hasn't really begun up yet and that it is too earlyj prognostications. Js tiljrn' ft t- - ney OldfilMfeMavwell on Carpenter is "over this: Billv Carl- ell at San Diego bet-mles, the world's AafaTilicViod Vr Rar. H. .C. Thanks-iiUngS!53igeafe-Hv . C:-G- ar- pentersays breaking world s records is becoming common occurrence with the Maxwell and goes to show the superiority of Maxwell designs and mechanical features. Carlson also established record in Maxwell "25" from Los .Angeles to Riverside. Marshall Herring of Hustonville, sold to the city of Danville a pair of English bloodhounds for a fancy price. They are male and female and are two and a. half years old; well trained and to quote Mr. Herring, "they will deliver the goods." Mr. Herring has been very successful in raising bloodhounds and in trailing fugitives with them. -- Circuit Clerk R.G. Price, of Boyle county, and Circuit Clerk Casey Al-liof Mercer, were here in court Thursday, the former as a witness for the commonwealth in the cases aguinst the Southern Express Company, and the latter more as a spectator than anything else. Both have many friends here. Mr. Price is retiring from politics and is not a candidate for as clerk. Mr. Allin has no opposition for in his county, and those who know him and his popularity say that there would be no use of anyone running against him anyway, he is such a splendid official and popular democrat. n, on on 3. Never do anything to cause a weaker brother to stumble. 4. Never go where you cannot take Christ with you. 5. Never go where you will have to hide your light. On Tuesday two strong sermons were delivered. In the afternoon Mr. Trostle's subject was the of Jesus," a quality which was so fully recognized that it was said of Him, "He hath done all things well." This character so perfectly exhibited in the life of Jesus and so attractive in all who manifest it, Mr. Trostle affirmed to be composed largely of a combination of simplicity and purity. On Tuesday night a sermon was preached on the words of Jesus to the rich young man who wanted to know how to possess the more abundant life, "One thing thou lackest." On Wednesday afternoon the pupils ofvthe city schools marched to thehufBr-am-i filled - the middle block of pews. Mr. Trostle had a very attractive audience, and older people as well as the juniors were interested in the sermon. On Wednesday night the subject was "The Sin of Covetousness. The preacher sounded a much-neede- d note of warning, pointing out the insidu-ou- s nature of this sin and showing how easy it was to fall a victim to its power. Everyone went away fiom the place of worship with the words of Jesus ringing in his ear, "Take heed and beware of all covetousness." "Win-somene- ss soul-stirring -- NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. At the PresbvterTsin fhnrrh ct- "vices on Sunday, Feb. 21: 9:30. Sunday school ; 11 o'clock, Moruirg Worship; 3 'o'clock, Mission cludy Class and Brotherhood; 6:3'), Xoung People's Society of Chriian Endeavor; 7 o'clock, Evening Service. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church will have an open session Sunday evening at 6:30. All other societies of the town are cordially invited to attend this meeting. The castors of the four i.oi churches have received a letter of thanks from the Christian Herald at New York, for the contribution of $29.71, which was made to the Herald's Relief Fund for the widows and orphans of the war in Europe. Sundav at the Methodist chi.rcli the Sunday School will meet at 9:30; preacmng at lUMo. The Epworth Leaeue will meet at P at Preaching again at 7 :00 P. M. Everybody most cordially invited. S costs. R. E. Thompson and Casper Abt. were fined $50 and costs on indict ments charging them with haviner whisky in their possession for pur pose ot sale. The indictments against Charlev "J i" a1 neiu were cununueul until next terra of- court, upon wmetiea ... g.'. M Ti j - s I. J. Rev. J. H. Pence, formerly of Eighteen-year-ol- d Pattie Hampton this county but now pastor of Grace of Madison, started a :ire with coal M. E. church at Clayton. 111., savs: oil. Her clothing caught lire and she "The Interior Journal is the newiest was burned to death. and best paper in the United States I Caroline Combs,' of Winchester, enjoy every line in it and read it was fined $50 and disfranchised for through and through the moment I two years for canying concealed get it. It grows better with age. "Keep weapons. up the good work and never let my J. C. SteWart, an habitual "cold-chec- paper stop. I must have it, it matters was giver, two years by not the cost." Further in his interestthe Bell Circuit court. ing and greatly appreciated letter A "wet" Republican was elected Dr. Pence congratulates this paper Speaker pf the Illinois House of Rep- on the the stand it took concerning Enclosing a check, to pay for his gic, k" resentative after a deadlock that gan January 6. druggist"-- ' t t vr Senator Camden's recent vote and about which the least said the better for the party. He encloses a picture FALLING HAIR MEANS of his church, which shows it to be an DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE exceedingly handsome and modern edifice. Save Your Hair! Get a 25 Cent BotFortunes have been made by martle of Danderine Right Now ket gamblers all over- the country on Also Stops Itching Scalp the rapid rise of wheat due to the Thin, brittle, corlorless and scrag- war in Europe. A report has.rsaehed gy hair is mute evidence of a neg- Stanford that a prominent citizen of lected scalp; of dandruff that aw- the west end of Boyle county has made a fortune on wheat. He investful scruf. There is nothing so destructive to ed only $1,000 tc start with, and let the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair his money lie. Every time wheat went of its lustre, its strength and its very up, he would "ride" it and it kept life; eventually producing a fever- going up. His original thousand is ish and itching of the scalp, which if is said to have reached the comfortnot remedied causes the hair roots to able proportions of a cool $107,000 shrink, loosen and die then the hair before he drew down. The next day falls out fast. A little Danderine to- wheat is said to have dropped 17 night now any time will surely cents on the bushel, but this save your hair. , rural financier had already Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's "copped" enough to put him on Easy Danderine from any drug store or street. toilet counter, and after the first A man from Danville here this application your hair will take on that life, lustre and luxuriance which week was talking about the bad roads is so beautiful. It will become wavy this winter and declared that he had and fluffy and have the appearance never known a. time when there was house Miss Mary Ellis, daughter of Mr. of abundance; an incomparable gloss more general complaint over condiand softness, but what will please tions. A long spell of wintry weather and Mrs. Clay Ellis, on the Stanford you most will be after just a few aim Heavy naunng'by tobacco wagons pike, died Saturday morning of spinweek's use, when you will actually to Danville had cut them up greatly al meningitis after a short illness. see a lot of fine, downy hair new Automobiles have practically been Although she had been in poor health driven into retirement. To illustrate for some time her death came, as hair growing all over the scalp. Si8" T0it he said that Dr- - Jackson, a surprise to everyone. She was about Judge R. L. Stout sustained the the well known surgeon of Danville, 20 years old and was loved dearly by contention of the drys in the Paris was called to a gentleman's near her parents, who have the deepest Middleburg, Casey county to perform sympathy of everyone. The 'remains local option election contest. an operation, and as he had to swere laid to rest on the Rolling Fork Stop That Cough Now immediately went over in his at the Jims cemetery When you catch Cold, or begin to big car, despite the fearful road conCough, the first thing to do is to take ditions. He drove in his car via Hus-Five Cents Proves It. Dr. Bell's It pene- ??vllJ,e,to Mt' Salem, and thence to A Generous Offer. Cut out this trates the linings of the throat and Mt Salem, near the Casey line. A ad, enclose with 5 cents to Foley & lungs and fights the Germs of the double team buggy met him there Co., Chicago, 111., and they will send disease, giving quick relief and nat- and carried him to his destination, you our trial packages of Foley's ural healing. "Our whole family de- and brought him back to that point. Honey and Tar Compound for pend on for Coughs When the doctor got back to Dan-vih- e, coughs, colds, croup bronchial and and Cold's," writes Mr. E. Williams, he had to put his car in a garage la grippe coughs j Foley Kidney Pills Hamilton, Ohio. It always helps. 25c. lul icy unu tne oiii tior damage and Foley Cathartic Tablets. For at your druggist. uy me paa roaas was $55. sale in your town by all druggists. k befar-sighted Pine-Tar-HonPine-Tar-Honey weatner ior tnepastije WIdB.VVP Mr. and MrsT-S- ir "Mtincle' TeTT Sunday for Goochtown. where thev will remain for a few days. Miss Laura Sims visited her sister, Mrs Virgil Reynolds on Buck Creek last week. Miss Louada Sims upent Sunday night with Miss Martela Muncie. Mrs. Cora Leach spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Sarah Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Reynolds and Otis Turner spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Bud Sims. Mrs. B. Reynolds and Miss Zora Sims visited Mrs. Jarrett Johnson last Sunday. Mrs. Ruth Gooch visited her parMrs. Pence Entertains Dixie Rook. ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Muncie reThe attractive home of Mrs. Al- cently. Mr. Claude Sims has been working fred Pence was the scene of a much enjoyed rook game on Thursday af- on Buck Creek for a few days. ternoon. Besides the regular four Mr. Wesley Sims and Mr. Bud spent Sunday night with Mrs. tables of members present, there were three tables of guests. The Bud Sims. guests were: Mrs. Shugars; Mrs. E. If Interested, Meet Mr. Newby. J. Brown, Mrs. G. G. Perry, Mrs. R. T. Bruce, Mrs. E. T. Pence, Jr., Mrs. The Kentucky Rural Credit AssoJames Woods, Mrs. James Harris, ciation's representative, H. E. NewMrs. Lucy M. Bartley, Misses Givens, by will be at Crab Orchard, Thursof Hubble; Miss Virginia Givens, of day, Feb. 25 at hotel; Moreland, FriHarrodsburg, Miss Nancy Yeager. At day forenoon, Feb. 26 at hotel; Husthe conclusion of the game a deli- tonville, Friday afternoon, Feb. 26 at cious luncheon was served. Miss Lyle hotel: Danville, Saturday afternoon, Cooper was the winner of the most Feb. 27 at hotel, and desires to meet games for the afternoon. all those interested. The allotment of memberships for Lincoln county HUSTONVILLE m is almost taken. Therefore if inter15-- 2 Judge James P. Bailey, of Stan- ested call and see Mr. Newby. ford, was here1 Tuesday among If a better cough syrup than Forelatives and friends. ley's Honey and Tar Compound Mrs. Logan Hubble, of Stanford, could be found, we would carry it. was here Tuesday visiting her par- We know this reliable and dependaents. ble medicine has given satisfaction Mrs. Arthur Jones, of Augusta, for more than forty years; thereKan., returned to her home Sunday fore we never offer a substitute for after a visit to her parents, Mr. and the genuine. Recommended for Mrs. J. D. Burton. coughs, colds, croup, whooping Mrs. J. D. Burton still ren.ains cough bronchial and lagrippe coughs. ver feeble at present and her many No opiate. For sale by all druggists. friends are very sorry; Pap Good is able to be out again Combs Case after several days' illness. Arthur Case, of Boyle and Miss Dr. Chase is now-- receiving the Nellie Frances Combs, of calls of his patients at his office in were married at the home Lincoln, of Eld. his residence on West Main street. Joseph Ballou by that gentleman Dr. O. S. Williams went to Lex- Wednesday. The ington Monday evening to see his young farmer of groom is prominent his mother, who is quite ill at the home bride is the prety and section and the popular daughdaughter, Mrs. Mansfield. of her ter of Tarleton Combs, who moved Mrs. S. A. Walker and daughter, from are visiting her cousin, Mrs. Smith years Jackson county to Lincoln some ago. at Jellico, Tenn. A new floor has been put on the Hundreds of health apfoot bridge over the creek in the pear in newspapers and articles magazines, West End of town, which has been and in practically every one of them greatly needed for some time. bowthe importance of keeping James Cloyd found a crib of corn els, regular is emphasized. the conA that he housed last fall when a little stipated condition invites disease. A damp not in very good shape. He has dependable physic that acts without been scattering it out. inconvenience or griping is found in There will be a masked skating Foley Cathartic Tablets. For sale by rink next Monday night at the opera all druggists. Eu-ban- ks GREEN BRIAR We have been havin g some-fu- r is SPWA&ttQBWiWfcYa Kij.'jr-Ajrzi. Tfc. Sl were absent. A warrant of arrest was issued against Wm. Smith, of Casey- county, to appear at that time and show cause why he should not be punished for contempt of court in not appearing here as a witness in the same case. EijXU$UkmintnMii iJWiff Judge Hardin sustained demurrers to the indictments- against T. N. Aldridge and Bud Hiatt on whisky selling indictments, upon motion of their attorney, George D. Florence, thus dismissing the indictments. The demurrers cited that they were act ing simply as agent and solicitor and did not make the sales. An order of arrest was issued for Safe Gooch and Bradley Padgett witnesses in the case against Walter Stull, of near King's Mountain, who is charged with unlawfully shooting at another. The jury which tried Lib Daugh-ert- y of the Green River section, on a charge of disturbing religious worship, was unable to agree. Joe Burton was convicted of carrying a deadly weapon concealed and fined $25, given 10 days in jail and disfranchised for two years. In setting the case against Henry Hudson, charged with the murder of Y. W. Burton, for a special term in April, Judge Hardin raised his bond from $2,000 to $3,500, at first but afterwards let the amount as originally fixed in the county court stand at $2,000. Bond was again furnished by S. K. Owens, W. S. Embry and Jas. Gover for Hudson's appearance. Court adjourned until Tuesday. - ROWLAND. Miss Elizabeth Carter of Lebanon Junction, is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. S. E. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hays are vis-i- ti Miss Alma Land was the guest o friends at Crab Orchard last week. Thomas Adams has returned home "g relatives at Alola. from Bedford, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carter of Lebanon Junction, was the guest of Mrs. S. E. Carter last week. Misses Roxie uenn'nys, Alma Martin and Marcia Smith spent Sunday with Miss Lillie Wade at Walnut Flat. Miss Ida Munday visited friends in Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, of Cincinnati, was the guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Camden last week. Mrs. Maud Hill has been the recent guest of her sister, Mrs. Dora Price. Mrs. Anna Martin and Mrs. Rosa Hagan, of Louisville, has been the recent guest of Mrs. Mary Hall. Miss Roxie Martin visited her aunt Mrs. Bertie Farmer at Junction City last week. Garrard Boy Pardoned Tommie Sutton, of Garrard county, convicted in Jun 1911, for stealing a hammer and sent to the House of Reform, was given a pardon this week by Gov. McCreary. The lad is only 16 years of age. Information has just been obtained proving that the boy did not steal the hammer, but was sent for it by a man. shut up away from humanity, for they are pessimists and see through a "glass darkly." Why? Because mental states depend upon physical states. Biliousness, Headaches, Dizziness and Constipation disappear after using Dr. King's New Life Pills. 25c. at your druggist. The Liver Regulates The Body A Sluggish Liver Needs Care Someone has said that people with flat. Chronic Liver Complaint should be Miss Myrtle Southerland entertained her friends at Rook Saturday night, in honor of Oliver Singleton and Albert Caldwell of Cincinnati. Delightful candy was served. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bogie spent Sunday with Mrs. Annie Perkins. Mrs. Scottie Parks, of Lancaster has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Patience Pritchett. Mr. Sim Perkins sold his place here to Mr. Frank Hays. Mr. Perkins moved to his farm near Walnut Masquerade Skating Rink There will be a big masquerade skating rink at Hustonville Monday night, 22nd. It will be a Washington birthday affair and old as well as young will mask for the occasion. A great time is expected and the public generally is invited and expected. v . i Jl A i I n- - ,v -- v a ii t ', . 4" -" .- . 1 ,SF" The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, February 19, 1915. The Interior Journal GREAT CROWDS HEAR COOPER .- - B -- ""IN Test the promptness of any one of cur Departments. Our service not only includes absolute promptness, but also accuracy and courtesy. These combined make for satisfac-tio- n on the part of every one of our customers. WALTON & SAUFLEY IN ADVANCE mt Editors and Managers. $1 A TEAB STBICTLY Entered at the postoffiee tieond data mail matter. Our Fault Method of Living Produc- es 111 Health, He Says L.exmgton, Feb. 18. L. T. Cooper, the man, who creat- a favorable ed Stanford at bie: such Eastern cities with his impression in the health the- - 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. Fjor Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PUE.YEAR, of Boyle county. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Commissioner. WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan said in a speech at Indianapolis that the democratic party can not stand with the saloon-keepand for woman's suffrage at the same time. He predicted that suffrage would triumph and that John Barleycorn would be driven out of the United States. He further said: "A man who prefers the saloonkeeper's company to that of his wife should not be in the Democratic party long," said the Secretaiy. "If we are going to favor woman's suffrage we might as well go the whole hog and drive the saloon out of politics." er Lincoln County National Bank 'Comer Next to Court House" Stanford, Kentucky. Low Prices On All 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 Attorney General James Garnett, of Columbia, writes a letter to the Adair County News this week, in which he states that he will not be a candidate for the Democratic nomi nation for governor this year. This will be quite a surprise to many of Gen. Garnett's friends who had counted on him as a sure entry. He is one of the ablest officials of the state government at Frankfort, and would have had a wide following had he entered. The tip is out, however, that his declination to enter the gubernatorial race, is a certain indication that he will be a candidate for congress in the Eighth district next year. ones ana meaicme, ims uiuaticu immense gatherings in Lexington, where the famous philanthropist has delivered a series of lectures in connection with his introduction of Tan-la- c, the medicine that is producing such remarkable results in Central Kentucky. Probably ten or fifteen thousand have heard Cooper talk during the past few weeks. Possessed of an unusual amount of personal magnetism, Cooper seems to draw his crowds from all walks of life, and from everywhere in the Bluw trrass section. During the course of a recent lecture he said: 'Possibly the most prevalent and distressing: condition known to we Americans is chronic catarrh of the mucous membranes. Catarrh of the stomach is the most frequent cause of dyspepsia, and catarrhal conditions in the nose and throat lead to inevitable deafness. Show me a man, whose hearing is affected and I will is suffering show you a man who from catarrh. "Frequently," continued the great student, "the lungs become diseased by the extension of catarrhal inflammation by way of the bronchial tubes to the lung substance. "The mental and physical state of chronic catarrh sufferers is, indeed, very unfortunate, and it is really surprising to know what an immense number of people are suffering from this almost universal malady when they think something else is wrong with them." Cooper then enumerated the numerous symptoms of catarrh, such as an offensive breath, constant sniffing, discharges from the nose, droppings in the throat, frequent sneezing, watery eyes, full head, headaches, depression of spirits, nervousness, unsound digestion, lost appetite and susceptibility to coughs and LABOR DAY! Thetime 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. : : : : ' McROBERTS & BAILEY Corner Main and Lancaster ROBINSON'S f ( Next to Lincoln County National Bank U 'Rugs, Lace Curtains, Wall Paper, Window Shades, With Complete Line of Furniture. PENCE & HILL, Stanford. Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie "Wnite-Moo-n, The Cow-ho- y Herhalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write COM-CEL-SA- E, CHARLIE WHITE-HOO- N Tk Cowioj Hemalist OF 1KDIAR ORIGINATOR REMEDIES CHETEKNE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N 1 A SCIENCE SCFE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky and found Tanlac an unfailing source of benefit. "Tanlac," he said, "builds up the constitution weakened by disease and mental and physical overwork, quickens convalescence, and is a sound source of comfort to the agThe First Baptist church at May-fiel- d ed and infirm." Tanlac is sold in Stanford by Penhas passed resolutions placing 15-- 1 swearing, ny's Drug Store. the ban on dancing, cards, drinking and other forms of amuseNight riders burned Va negro ment. Members indulging in such church in Stewart county, Tennessee, pastime will be subject to expulsion near the Kentucky border! and attacked a number of negroes who or displine. The Mayfield church is were warned to leave the county. resoluting on things that every other JUDGE FOR YOURSELF church in the country have been fighting since the beginning of the Which is Better Try an Experiment christian era. wdfcrd or Prpfit byn Experience. Citizen's The Danville Messenger says that Something new is an experiment. to date that paper has failed to get Must be proved to be as representany clew as to anything toward ed. building a hotel. Of course not. The statement of a manufacturer What's the use? With the St. Asaph is not convincing proof of merit. But the endorsement of friends is. and the Coffey House in full blast in Now supposing you had a bad back Stanford, Danville ha ' yic .. A lame, weak or aching one, Would you experiment on it? 4ng place of the kind. You will read of many Forty minutes before the State- cures. Endorsed by strangers from farwas signed away places. wide prohibition re by the Governor of Arkansas, Judge It's different when the endorseAsher, of Little Rock, granted the ment comes from home. Easy to prove local testimony. petition of the saloon men of his Read this Stanford case: city for licenses, and fifty saloon "I used "Doan's Kidney Pills and opened in a shorter space of time they yroved to be just as advertised," says B. Holderman, uf Stanford. "My than it has taken to tell the story. kidneys were weak and I had backache. Hearing Doan's Kidney Pills Senator Smoot spoke eleven hours highly praised, I used them and they and twenty minutes in the filisbuster relieved me." Price 50c, all dealers. against the ship purchase bill, but simply ask for at kidney remedy Don't a get that attracted little attention as Doan's Kidney Pills the same that compared with what the junior Sena- Mr. 'Holderman had. Foster-Milbur- n 15-- 1 tor from Kentucky did, or rather Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. didn't do. There is to be sweeping reorganization of the rural delivery system They have gone to shipping whis- throughout the county, which will ky into West Virgina in pumpkins. bring about many nanges in KenAs long as it is made and sold the tucky. booze artists will have it, and we suppose it has as much,6f the desired Yes Many People effect when drunk from the shell of s, a pumpkin as from but have told us the same story distress we can hardly see how the true taste i . after eating, gases, heartburn. A is preserved. But then, what does the texoJUL average booze grafter in a prohibition State care for the taste when he can get the drunk-producinto his Ibefore and after each meal will relieve rau. Sold only by us 25c. stomach and feel that he owns creav tion? Penny's Drug Store. so-call- ed colds. Cooper then told how the faulty methods of living produce rheumatism and kidney complaints. How the The People's Market Place Adverbody, when the organs falter or fail tise What You Have to Sell fill up with poisons generated by one's own system. He explained how Tanlac, the mirLet the I. J. do your job printing. aculous medicine, would combat these conditions, as it had done among the Wedding presents at Mueller's thousands of sufferers in the East, as many hundred in Lexington, Jewelry Store, Stanford. well as who had already used the preparation Here's What You Want 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 REXAIX THROAT GARGLE. A prompt, pleasant, efficient remedy for Sore Throat, which does not discolor the teeth. We guarantee it to be satisfactory to you, or we will refund your money without question. 25 and 50 cents Sold only by us. FOR SALE Second hand six horse easoline engine. J. L. BEAZ- 12-tf) LEY. Stanford. Ky., THEY are here. A car load of buggies and pony carts. Call and see. "v". 15-- 1 H. Higgins. FOR SALE A or will trado for young stock. E. Alien, WaynesL vg, Ky. Route 4. ! 4. five-year-o- ld jack Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. 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 FOR SALE About 100 bushels nice oats, also the new Silver Hull Buck Wheat for seed. F. M. Dunn, 12-3- t. King's Mountian, Ky. ESTRAY light yellow gilt with a few black spots got away from my plate on Mason's Gap road. Reward for return or information to Elihu Miracle, R. F. D. 3, Stanford. 14-2- p. FOR SALE. Nice driving horse; sound; works anyway; a bargain for cash. J. J. MYERS, 15-2Stanford, Route 5. five-year-o- ld p. me-sti- FOR SALE Five extra fine thoroughbred Duroc Jersey boars; weight 80 pounds; price $10 each if taken at once. R. H. Bronaugh, Crab Or11-chard, Ky. 3. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky . D. ALDRIDGE. I am back in my old NOTICE. place of business at Carter Bros.,' staDie. win De giau 10 see an my oiu customers. Do wood work, tire setting and repairing of all kinds. H. 14-4- ( t. SWEET CLOVER The great new equal to fertilizer and alfalfa in hay and pasture. Write for price list of seed and free circular telling how to grow it. John A. Sheehan, R. D. 4, Falmouth, Ky. 13-- 3 land-build- er effort to insure maximum crops for sale under these most favorable conditions. If you have never used an Oliver Plow, try one this year. We also have a full line of Collars, Hames, Chains, Breeching, Backhands, Etc. Crab Orchard ery wise tiller of the soil will make a special 1915mostCROPS Promise to be the valuable in years. W. E. PERKINS ---- Ev- Bank Stock For Sale. I wish to sell privately ten shares of stock in the National Bank of Hustonville, Ky. Address or phone "X, Y, Z," Interior Journal office, tf 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, Recordkeeper Maccabees, Waynesburg, Ky. 12-6- p Farm of 100 Acres For Sale Well fenced and improvements fairly good; five miles from Stan- --- Kentucky bar-glasse- GET YOUR er Field Seeds OF When You Have a Policy Written by Bromley & Bromley Insurance Agents You Know That It Is Worth Face Value When Called For Payment. Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, Plate Glass, etc. Three Pike county women have been indicted for selling their votes in the last school election. And the worst of it is, they only got a dollar apiece. Seems to us the entry of women into politics has more of the effect of lowering the price of floaters than cleansing the dirty game. T. Boone Gambill. Gambill, an industrious PECULIAR AFTER EFFECTS E. x young farmer of the East End, and OF GRIP THIS YEAR Miss Emma Boone, the attractive daughter of J. H. Boone, of the May-woo-d Leaves Kidneys In Weakened Condisection, were married at the tion home of Eld. J. G. Livingston by that Governor Pardons Dying Woman Mrs. L. A. Williams, paroled in 1913 after the minimum period of a term of one to five years for false swearing, was pardoned this week by Gov. McCreary and the pardon was requested by numerous citizens .of Bell county, where she was convicted and resides, who asked that she be allowed to die a free woman. ford, four from Lancaster and within a mile of railroad station and a water; can be school. Never-failin- g divided and will sell part or whole. Write or apply to G. T. Ashlock, F Stanford, R. F. D., Rowland. 13-4- T. D. NEWLAND FRESHEST AND BEST gentleman today. i "Not Here for a Day, But For All Time' Stanford, Kentucky. Ponce dcLeon Failed; His Prize Is Found Ponce de Leon.i the daring explorer, searched among the swamps of Florida for the Fountain of Youth, which the Indians said would restore power and make people young. He did not find it. Thousands of chronic intestinal, bowel and stomach sufferers have written to Geo. H. Mayr, 154 Whiting-St.- , Chicago, in quest of health. They ha,ve found it His remedy, composed of healing vegetable oils from France, has indeed given them bapk the health of youth. Why suffer from indigestion, gases on the stomach, fainting spells, torpid liver, constipation and all the evils of a disordered stomacjj when there is permanent relief here? Mayrs Wonderful Remedy is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your money will be refunded without question or quibble i ONE bottle fails to give you 'absolute satisfaction. TO THE PUBLIC. INSURE Your Property in the Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SAUN & SMITH, Agents Stanford, Kentucky clothing house in this country 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 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 ready for your inspection. Call and let me snow you. H. C. RUPLEY, Am Practical T.iLr made-to-order I represent the largest and best 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 Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rowhich so many people say soon heals and strenghtens the kidneys after an atis a great tack of 'grip. Swamp-Rokidney, liver and bladder remedy, has a and being an gentle healing effect on the Sidneys, which is almost immediately noticed in most cases by those who try it. Dr". Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., offer to send a sample size bottle of Swamp-Roo- t, on receipt of ten cents, o 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 18-- 4 . . paper. ot ot herbal-compoun- AfONEY TO LOAN Applications received for loans from $100.00 to 10,000.00, on improved and unimproved town property and farm lands. Interest eight per cent, straight. Interest payable annually or Time: one to ten years. Applicants for loans will please give description, location, and valuation of property offered as security for loan. State improvements and valuation of same. We want County representatives to receive applications for loans, appraise property, and serve as our exclusive representative. Attorney or real estate man preferred. Applicants for loans, and applicants for agencies positively required $o furnish at least two character references and forward postage, five two cents stamps, for application blanks, full narticulars. and nromnt renlv. Write Southeastern Office, Southern Mortgage Loan Assn., Fourth Naf 1 15-- 4 Bank Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. semi-annuall- y. 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. Geo. H. Farris J. L. Beazley & Co., $ J. C M'Clary MEMORIALS No tribute is so appropriate HJHUJKhHB. a f",i as a monument, cut from en' granite. unduring Its stands altered, unchanged, presevring a memory through the long UNDERTAKER AND EMBALM EB i years. I invite yout to see my work Furniture Matting, Rugs. FwM- and designs before you buy a UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI turt Exehaaetf fat aH Kh monument. Office Pfcene 117. Heme Phene H. ; Of Stack. HARRY JACOBS STANFORD. KY. TJJfFORt, KENTUCKY. PHONE 42 STANFORD, KENTUCKY . I . L " "W" V Mwy The Interior Journal, Stanford; Kentucky. "Friday, February' 19, 1915. fCASCARETS" First National Bank, STANFORD, KY., CLEANSE LIVER AND BOWELS Cure Sick Headache, Constipation Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad Breath Candy Cathartic. 10-cent SAUFLEY We are having fine weather in this part of the country. People are beginning to start up their farming '";. Ftix-rs-'- ;. - .'" In Inaugurating A SAVINGS DEPART- MENT is rendering VALUABLE SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC, and is thereby increasing its banking business. It enables persons both of LARGE AND SMALL MEANS to depos- it in this bank such amounts as they desire, on which they will draw three per cent, inter- est, Compounded Semi-Annuall- y. Start NOW by opening an account with this bank. , box now. Get a Are you keeping your liver, stomach and bowels clean, pure and fresh with Cascarets or merely forcing a passageway every few, days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? This is important. Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system the constipated waste 'matter and poison in the bowels. No odds how sick, headachy, biliouconstipated you feel, a Cas-car-et s-and tonight will straighten' you out by morning. They work while you box from your sleep. A druggist will keep your head clear, stomach sweet and your liver and bowels regular fort months. Don't forget the children their little need a gentle cleansing, too. 10-ce- nt in-sid- es business. Mr. Raymond Sampson and Mr. Marion Fields are visiting in Columbus, Ohio. Miss Pearl Fields' school is progressing nicely. Mr. M. C. Floyd was at Somerset Saturday on business. We are very sorry that we are to lose T. C. Ball and family from our irrT!"l m mm For Infants and Children. ! ANgef abtePreparallon&rAssimilaling iteFoodanaReguIa-linALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. g midst. Si 'j6U V '' Mr. and Mrs. Wl O. Watts, of d are slowing improving. Mr. John G. Burton has moved to Mr. Herzog's place. Mrs. Maggie Burton has been very ill, but is better. Miss Elizabeth Lovell was the guest of Miss Effie Ware Saturday May-woo- The Kind You Have Always Bought Hie Stomachs andBoweisof night. church Saturday night and Sunday and Sunday night. Mr. Charley Boone, of Somerset, is visiting home folks. says: "Foley's Honey and Tar Compound cured my boy of a very severe attack of croup after other remedies had failed. Our milkman cured his children of whooping cough." Foley's has a forty years record of similar cases. Contains no opiates. Always insist on Foleys. For sale at all druggists. Croup and Whooping Cough Mrs. T. Neureur, Eau Claire, Wis. Rev. Godbey will preach at Fair-vie-w m su k''t- PH):uiMiiiiii;a,-PromofesDfeestionJOcerfur Opiinu.MorpIurie i Bears the Signature of M OS l 1 nessandRest.Contatasnete norMioeral f - NOT NARCOTIC. BetiptofOMDcSMILFIKBR RssfUmStt- dJkcMteSdtz-JmtSctd AV In mm ilM1 J80BaakSbdit I km See-d- Ma "VYorras.ConvQlSMmsJievEnsn: Thomas Carmony is visiting B. L. James at Crab Orchaid. nessandLossorSiEEP. BEE LICK B. F. Rout spent several days in pBBtt Louisville this week on business. RcSimik Signature oT The farmers are glad to see the KSbH is visiting Mrs. J. L. McKee Riffe pretty weather. relatives and friends at Lexington Mrs." W. M. Scott has been on the Always Brings Wealth. A Habit this week. sick list for the last few weeks. Centaur Compass; BSfffl The Mrs. J. K. Helm has had as her W. H. Graves, of Mt. Vernon, has NEW YOKK. ":."' Belle Ballard, of guest Miss Anna been through this part of the counLancaster. try and reports the telephone lines Miss Anna Warren has returned in good condition. A Convalescent from Louisville where she has been Mr. S. 0. Proctor and wife and requires a food tonic that will rapidly TOO MANY CHILDREN buying her millinery. uarantee&undcrtli baby visited his brother, J. A. Procbuild up wasted tissue Misses Anna and Mae Warren attor near Buck Creek last Saturday 1Oliveon tended the funeral of Mr. J. F. La-R-00 are xxnder-siz- e, under"Weight night. Exact Copy of Wrapper. in Louisville Sunday. THC CENTAUR COMMNT, NCWVOBUCITT. Mr. G. W. Colston has moved to Emulsion faces and poor blood; they TOth pinched Miss Katherine Lewis, of Louisville . rjaiAi)i0ihv his farm he recently purchased from do not complain but appetite lags, they is most reliable prescription which we is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Oma a John W. Wilson. have no ambition and do not progress. Proctor. always recommend for that purpose. Dr. H. H. Isaacs has completed his Harrods-burMiss Virgina Givens, of Sach children need the rich medicinal new crib. Penny's Drug Store. solved once wr is the guest of relatives and nourishment in Scott's Emulsion above Mr. A. L. Scott has been sick for ' for all by Calumet some friends here. coneverything else ; its pure cod liver oil time, but is able to be out now. Miss Sara Hundley is spending sevMr. and Mrs. Rodman Keenon, of For daily use in millions of kitchens has Mr. Jackson Scott, of Louisville, tains nature's own proved that Calumet is highest not only in weeks in Louisville. eral Harrodsburg, were the guests of Dr. has been visiting his father and mofats which quickly show in rosy Mr. and Mrs. Ace Peyton, near and Mrs. T. W. Pennington Thurs- quality but in leavening ponver as well un- ther, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Scott. cheeks, better appetite, firm flesh and Moreland, have been on the sick list. day. failing in results pure to the extreme and Mr. Neece Sparks has added a sturdy frames. Ask John Owsley rceid and mother, wonderfully economical in use. bake your new porch to his dweling. Always on'Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Mrs. T. M. Purdom, of Moreland, day. If your children are languid, tired has been ill of grip for several days. Mrs. Hugh Reid, went to Louisville grocer. And try Calumet next Rev. C. C. Metcarr, who recently when rising, catch cold easily or find Week. fourth wife, Walter Carman and wife spent sev Thursday afternoon to consult Dr. Received Highest Awards married his near here. has moved Pope about the former's health. their studies difficult, give them Scott't eral days with Lancaster friends. to his farm Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Toombs and litEmulsion; it supplies the very food eleMrs. E. M. Elder has been at the George I. Penny was in Louisville tle son, Edsell, of the McKinney sec- World' Pore bedside of her grandmother, who is ments that their systems lack. "of Food ExpotitioB, on business fiis week. tion, were in the city Thursday, Ciuazo. IU. very low and not expected to live. o Scott's Emulsion contains no alcohol Oscar Huffman, ot Danville, visit shopping. Paris Mrs. Amos Cordial has been on and is so good for growing children it's a ed Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gover Wednes France, County Attorneys Lige Moore, of March, the sick list. Call and Get Some. pity to keep it from them. day. Casey, and Green Clay Walker, of ill for Garrard, were here Thursday, and 1912. Mrs. Bettie Fowler has been 7 Scott &Bowne, Bloomfield . N. J. TRUST several days with a bad attack of kept busy shaking hands with their grip. Try "GETS-IT,- " many friends. Miss Elizabeth Simpson, of GarDabney Davis, of the East End, Personal and Social rard, was the guest of Mrs. Nora M. has returned from a prospecting tour ! Magic Goodknight. of the West. He was particularly Social Calendar quite impressed with the State of Iowa and Mrs. Fred Gamete has been Feb. 23 The Rook Club will be ill for several days with a severe at- may move there. WATT'S CHAPEL New, Simple, Common Sense "Way. entertained by Mrs. Will Severance tack of tonsilitis. You will never know how really easy Rev. Gooch did not fill his appoint- WISHED SHE on this date, instead of the 16th, on Mrs. John Charles Osborne, of After Many Years. it is to get rid of o corn, until you have ment last Saturday and Sunday on Presbyterian revival Knoxville, is here with her mother, account of the Nothing like it has account of his daughter's illness. tried "GETS-IT.- " J. L. Southern, Eau Claire, Wis., services. Mrs. Charlotte Warren. ever been produced. It takes less time fmMA. tK?omSsr. .fl COULD DIE Lexington, is writes: "Years ago I wrote you in Mrs. Garfield Howard has been Miss Mabel Gum, of to apply it than it does to read this. It Feb. 24. Regular meeting of Woquite sick, but is able to be out at club rooms at 2.30 the guest of Misses Elizabeth and regard to great results I obtained man's Club in from Foley Kidney Pills. After all this writing. Lucinda Lutes. o'clock. Payne Mitchell, a prominent citi- these years' I have never had a reAfter a lingering illness, of many And Be Free From Her Troubles; Feb. 25. Current Events - Club zen, of Mercer county, was here turn of those terrible backaches or 'CJW I months Mrs. Callaway Simpson enS?. Rice. will meet with Mrs. J. Thursday, a witness in circuit court. sleepless nights: I am permanently tered her eternal rest Monday, Jan. Sfiig'Pomsii but Finds Better Way. Rev. and Mrs. William Hopper, of cured." Men and women,- - young 25. Much sympathy goes out to these Mrs. M. A. Beazley and Mrs. J. A. Louisville, snent several davs here and old, find this reliable remedy .reloved ones in their sad bereavement. Beazley of Lancaster, were the guests mis weeK wiui ills jnuuit-i- , airs. xiiiLie lieves rheumatism, backache, stiff Tea don't t&re money when yon tny cneip er tii-e- n Mr. Garfield Howard lost a nice Wednesday of Mrs. Will Hays. joints and ills caused by weak or bikist powder. Dr jt be milled. Bay Calumet. It's Columbia, Tenn. "Many a time," Hopper. cow, being foundered on corn. Wm. Severance left this week for says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this place, wboieiome sires best Mr. and Mrs. Miller Hill are re- diseased kidneys or bladder. For more economical '"oreto soar milk and soda. resaUs. Calumet b far superior Mr. Armp Hyatt is improving nice- "1 wished I would die and be relieved New York City, were he will buy a joicing over the arival of a little sale by all druggists. complete line of spring goods. of my suffering, from womanly troubles. ly. son at their home. He has been namWb( f ) ti - w Am A In Master William Brady, of Mt. Sa- ed William Miller Hill. Ingersoll on Alcohol's Curse. Mr. Will King and daughter, Miss 1 could not get up, without pulling at Wt M l 'li2Ar vKM l lem, is the guest of his grandparents, ging at the faded and withered Mrs. R. G. Hampton has returned Willie visited Mr. Lute King near something to help me, and stayed in bed 4 good friend of the I. J. at Crab breast, of weeping and despairing most of the time. 1 could not do my Mr. and Mrs. Will Brady. to her home at Lebanon Junction, afLancaster last week. Dr. and Mrs. N. H. McKinney, of ter a visit here to relatives and Orchard sendr in tne following v.ith mothers, of wives asking for bread, Mrs. Winifred Howard is on the housework. request for it publication: Carlisle, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. friends. of men of genius it has wrecked. sick, list. The least amount of work tired me Lawrtnc M. Bright. Mrs. W. Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll in ad- The men struggling with imaginary Mesdames R. S. Lytle and W. B. Miss Willie King was the guest of out. My head would swim, and I would S a Co. Mrs. Spears Fisher has been ill for Penny and Miss Robbie Penny, of dressing a jury in a case which in- serpents, produced uy the devilish Miss Selena Royse last Saturday and tremble for an hour or more. Finally, I Com pain in Every Nerve! Ue the past week, and her condition is Danville, spent Wednesday afternoon volved the manufacturers of alcohol thing. And when you think of the Sunday. look Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I "GETS-IT;- " "Get." Every Cora It macje the following terrible arraign- jails, of the almshouses, of the asynot much improved. with Mrs. Mary Penny. Miss Nannie Davis visited her sis- am not bothered with pains any more, Quickly! Surely, Mrs. W. S. Embry has been conlums, of the prisons, of the scafMrs. B. D. Carter was called to ment of the demon. Mrs. Chas. Robbins Saturday and and I don't have to go to bed. In fact, have ter, fined to her bed by illness for sever- Mitchellsburg this week on account I am aware that there is a preju- folds upon either bank, I do not won- will dumfound you, especially if you drops Sunday. 1 am sound and well of all my troubles." al days. of the serious illness of her mother, dice against any man who manufac- der that every thoughtful man is tried everything else for corns. Two The Mrs. Sallie Thompson, of Crab Orthat's all. Cardui goes to all the weak spots and John Fields was in Mt. Vernon Mrs. Sallie Dood, who has pneu- tures alcohol. I believe that from prejudiced against this damned .stuff applied in a few seconds right off, pain- chard, is spending a few days with corn shrivels, then comes helps to make them strong. It acts with Wednesday selling flour for Baugh-ma- n monia.. the time it issues from the coiled and called alcohol. Intemperance cuts lessly, without fussing or trouble. IX you her brother-in-laMr. Andy Thomp- nature not against her. It is for the & Co. son of James poisonous worm in the distillery un- down youth in its vigor, manhood in have ever made a fat bundle out of your son this week. The tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel Miss Mary Tracy, official court McGirr, of the West End, has been til it empties into the jaws of death, its strength, old age in its weakness. toe with bandages; used thick, as if everything were wrong, and need cotton-ring- s ; salves : stenographer, has been over this quite ill with pneumonia for several dishonor and crime, it demoralizes Let the I. J. do your job printing. something to quiet their nerves and It breaks the father's heart, beg plasters well, you'll appreweek in attendance upon circuit days. everybody that touches it, from its reaves the doting moier, extinguishsystem. when you use "GETS-IT.- " strengthen the worn-o- ut court. Mrs. Alice Lytle, returned to her source to where it ends. I do not es natural affection, erases conjugal ciate the difference will vanish. CutFor" Mr. and Mrs. James F. Brady, of home at Alvin. Texas, Wednesday af- believe anybody can cnttemplate the love, blots out filial attachment, ting Your What Is the Best Remedy If you are a woman, suffering from any knives, razors, flies Carlisle, were the guests of his par- ter a several weeks' visit with rela object without being prejudiced blights parental hopes, brings down and and gouging with danger of n of the numerous symptoms of womanly scissors, and the Constipation? i ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Brady here tives and friends here. against the liquor .Time. All we mourning, aye in sorrow to the trouble, take Cardui. It will help you. are done away with. Try "GETS-IT- " This is a question asked us many times tonight for any corn, callu3, wart or this week. have to do, gentlemen, is to think grave. At all druggists. Walter Clem and Claud Wilson, each day. The answer is Mrs. W. J. Romans, of Lancaster, near Moreland, are both being con- of the wrecks on either bank of the bunion. Never fails. It produces weakness, not strength "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists every Write to; Chattanooga Medicine Go, Ladies spent several days with her sister, gratulated upon the arrival of baby stream of death, of the suicides, of Advisory Dect. Chattanooca. Tenn... for Sttcial sickness, not health; death, not life. where, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E Mrs. W. A. Carson, who is some what daughters in their respective homes. the insanity, of the ignorance, of the. book. Home. Imtrudiont on your case and makes wives widows, children or- Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. improved. Treatment lor Women." in Dlain wrapper. N.C 122 We guarantee them to be satisfactory Mrs. Thurlow W. Jones is confin- destitution, of the Mtle children tug- It Sold in Stanford and recommended phans, fathers fiends; and all of them Mrs. M. Francis and Oba Francis, ed to her bed with a severe attack of paupers and beggars. It feeds rheu- as the world's best corn cure by to you. Sold only by us, 10 cents. mother and brother of Mrs. W. L. erysipelas. Her mother, Mrs. E. H. Penny's Drug Store. Let the I. J. do your job printing. matism, invites cholera, imports pes- Shugars' Drug Store. McCarty, are her guests. They re- Norman, of Walton, has come to be tilence and embraces consumption. It 111. WOULD side at present at Decatur, with her. covers the land with idleness,' misery, H. R. Young, out on the Huston-vill- e Col. Woodson May, editor of the crime. . It fills your almshouses and n pike, has received a message Somerset Journal and a n demands ypur asylums. It engenders from Highland that his father is politician of the Eleventh district, GIVE controversies, fosters quarrels and very sick. He and his family left at was a passenger on today's southcherishes riots. It crowds your penonce to be at his bedside. bound vHin. itentiaries and furnishes victims for Tom Ellis, one of the best known your scaffolds. It is the life blood farmers of the Waynesburg section, Though Sickand Suffering; At of the gambler, the element of the brought Mrs. Ellis down to Stanford burglar, of the highwayman Last Found Help in Lydia and the the prop of the midnight inThursday to have some dental work support done. E. Pinkham's Vegetacendiary. Mrs. J. C. Hays joined Mrs. Bettie It countenances the liar, respects ble Compound. Bush and Mrs. Susan Yeager and the thief, esteems the blasphemer; went to Hot Springs, with them Wedit violates obligations, reverences nesday afternoon, where they will " When I started fraud and honors infamy. It defames Richmond, Pa. spend a month with Mr. and Mrs. J. taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable benevolence, hates love, scorns virI was E. Johnston, of Pittsburg, Pa., Compound I was in a tue and slanders innocence It in'.! -' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Higgins are !.:.': ' Gradually dreadfully rundown vites the father to butcher his helpIn order to clean up on all winter clothing before our spring stock in receipt of the good news from Cinstate of health, less offspring, Tielps the husband to cinnati that their daughter, Miss massacre his child, to Breaking had internal trou- the paridical wife and burns up grind following prices: Elizabeth McRoberts, has a severe ,.arrives, we are going to offer everything on hand axe. It men, bles, and was so ex- consumes women, case of tonsilitis, and not scarlet fevdetests curses Down From er as the first doctor called pronounctremely nervous and God, despises Heaven. life,suborns It ed it. prostrated that if I witnesses, nurses perjury, defiles the Men's $10.00 Suits, reduced to $ 6.75 Mrs. A. B. Elkin, of Louisville, Confinement had given in to my jury box: and stains the judicial mother of Mrs. R. M. Newland. passfeelings I would rrmine. It degrades the citizen, deMen's $12.50 Suits, rebuced to ,$ 7.50 ed through here, enroute to to Store. have been in bed. bases the legislator, dishonors the Fla., this rnoinin"-- Mrs. New-lan- d As it was I had statesman, disarms the patriots. It $ 9.50 Men's $15.00 Suits, reduced to and the family joined Mrs. Elhardly strength at brings shame, not honor; misery, not Mr. C. N. Petersen, dealer In fine kin and went as far as Crab Orchard times to be on my safety, and with the malevolence of boots, shoes and clears, No. 132 South with her, . $11.00 a fiend, it calmly surveys its frightMen's $17.50 Suits, reduced to Main St., Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes: Mrs. John Engleman, Jr., enter- feet and what I did do was by a great ful and unsatiated havoc. It poisons 1 cannot tell you how much good tained at Rook last Friday afternoon effort. I could not sleep at night and kills peace, ruins morals, Peruna has done me. Constant con- in honor of Miss Margaret Engle- of course felt very bad in the morning, felicity, confidence, $12.00 Men's $18.00 Suits, reduced to blights slays reputations, my store began to tell man, of New Braddock, N. D who finement In and had a steady headache. and wipes out national honor, then on my health and I felt that I was is here visiting relatives and friends. I "After taking the second bottle I no- curses the world and laughs at the Men's $20.00 Suits, reduced to gradually breaking down. , $14.00 There were quite a number of friends ticed that the headache was not so bad, ruin. b "I tried several remedies prescribed does that and more. ty ray physician, but obtained no per- - present to enjoyed the hospitality of I rested better, and my nerves were It murders the sour. $16.50 Men's $25.00 Suits, reduced to the hostess." Delightful refreshments stronger. It's the sum xnanent relief until I took Peruna. I were served after a number I continued its use until it of Itall villianies, of in- made a new woman of me, and now the father of all felt better immediately, and five bot- teresting games were played. I tles restored me to complete health. do crimes, the mother of all abominaMrs. Lucy Miller delicht- can hardly realize that I am able to The above stock mentioned consists of newest styles, in all shades, the devil's best friend and ' of I have been in the best my spirits l fully entertained atBartlev on last- so much as I do. Whenever I know any tions, worst enemy. cards God's since, and feel that I owe health Monday evening at her country. including black and blues. The most of these are Hart, Schaffuer & The woman in need of a good medicine I I to hostess proved herself a most charm- highly praise Lydia E. Pinkham's VegCatch Cold Easily. f ing ope. St. Valentine decorations Marx. the best there is to be had in ready to wear clothing. Compound." Mrs. Frank Mr. Arthur (J. Peterson. R. P. TA. used in a very artistic way on the etable 3146 N. Tulip Richmond,Pa. St, 21, Box 21, Ornro, Wisconsin. He the tables. The place cards' were Clark, We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any was in . the habit of catching cold heart-shapeWomen Hare Been TelliHgWomea At the conclusion of case ot Catarrh that cannot be cared by Hall's easily. the games games delicious refresh- for forty howLydia'E.Pinkhamr8 Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.- He says: "It has been seven ments were served. Those who en- Vegetable years Compound has restored their We, the 'undersigned, have known months now since I have taken any joyed the evening were Mr. and Mrs, F. J. 15 years, and believe him Peruna and I haven't felt the least Alfred Pence, Mr. Earl Coleman, health when suffering with female ills. Cheney for the, last. In all business transactions perfectly honorable touch of cold since, and I am positive Miss Sue Taylor Engleman, Mr. W. This accounts for the enormous demand and financially able to carry ont any obligations coast to coast. If you are made' by his arm. that I &m now rid of the tendency to S. Drye, Miss Mary Vanoy, James for it from NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. . catch cold. Peruna Is a wonderful Cooper, Miss Lottie Carson, Stewart troubled with any ailment peculiar to Toledo, Ohio. remedy." Carson, Miss Lyle Cooper, Elwood women why don't you try Lydia E. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, aetiag Those v..o ebJMt t liquid medi- Totten, Miss Iivisa Harris, Misses Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? It directly 'upea the blood and mttcetw smrfaces of r,. j! the cines can now proeure Peru Tab. Mary Lee and Elizabeth. Givens and wUl.jay you to do. so. Lydia EL- Pink-ht- centssystem. Teatteaeaials 'seat4 free. Price .76 ., ". per battle., ffeldjp' all Druggists. Si let. ' George' Givens. Take Hall's Family PlUs fee- eoMiiptiM. Medicine Co., Lyaa Maavr AnerfectRemedv forCOnsftation , Sour Storoach.Dlarrhaa - Mm m . Use Saving, Like Spending, Is A Habit. That For Over Thirty Years CASTOR ue ..' g, Iv blood-formin- g, flesh-buildi- j Fresh Vegetables Best of Fruits Various Kinds. Expori-tio- n, K-4- Its E. B. for Corns Campbell, Stanford. mm s--- vfc tuuilUn g-UMir u I tar aW-- iu -- v V JCai-y- i! frm -corn-pullin- g corn-agon- y w, eight-year-o- ld corn-pressi- ng corn-teasin- blood-poiso- e - WOMAN well-know- HOT UP OWE MY HEALTH to Per una Men's and Boy's Clothing Reduced! at i !''.'.;!.l.!.!:-:-:- ': De-Lan- d, . I ! If How's This? d. 1 Phillips & Phillips Corner Main and Lancaster -- -- - - m. - v. ' v- - - l . ' -- I! I ' & . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Newt Gutman, of the East End, bought a yearling Tor $28. B. G. Fox,, the Danville liveryman, will sell his stable at auction on court day in March. Sterling Curtis received by exn Mercer press from a Berkbreeder, a ActiM in Tissues of a Remarkable Antidote countysow that he highly-bre- d proud of. is very shire that he is very proud of. Jack Edwards, the Garrard county stock buyer, bought of C. H. Bobbins, four calves for $75. and also two short yearlings of M. N. Bobbins for $45. M. J. Farris, of Danville, bough of Wm. Tamme his farm of 320 acres, 2 2 miles from Perryville, on the i::'-:::y::::':WWW kWWWWr ' Lebanon pike, for $18,000. W. C. Toombs, near McKinney, sold to R. S. Scudder, of the same section, four shoats that averaged 75 pounds at six cents a pound. S. S. S. is a Regular Wizard in Driving Out Rheumatism. Wallace Gover, a prominent farTUieumatJsm is often the effect of some body. It rushes Into every cell, causes mer of near Crab Orchard, bought other blood affliction that has left its im. every bone, muscle, ligament, tendon, a cow of (J. ii. KobDins ior ;ou. mr. press in the Joints, muscles and mucous mucous surface and every nerve to coverings of the body. It works into the with, freedom, with health, with thrill Robbins bought a calf of Mr. Gpver newwell-know- Friday, February 19, 115,, Mysteries of Rheumatism Practically Solved tte Farm and Stock News BAD COLD? HEADACHY AND NOSE STUFFED 'Tape's Cold Compound" Relieves Worst Cold or the Grippe in a Few Hours No Quinine Used Take 'Tape's Cold Compound" every two hours until you have taken three doses, then all grippe misery goes and your cold will be broken. It promptly opens your clogged-u- p nostrils and the air passages of the head; stop nasty discharge or nose running; relieves the headache, dullness., feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. Quit blowDon't stay stuff ed-uing and snuffling. Ease your throbbing head nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as 'Tape's Cold Compound," which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, and causes no inconvenience. Accept 15-- 1 no substitute. p! louses "SfiipT6 the Itoosbeaci nwKet wnmyoifl ithe c&rkpetilionofdllhranches'ol itraddrW cWexerciseuierftdmecti ijfeptH Dpoples -: M 1-- iwSsre Central Aouisville Week in tl 31 to "tot IISVJ AtlMtionjbf experienced oITevery ftc SCCff f INCORPORATED -- feaa: Wan ome :uck little bodies in found springiness. And it is here And best of all, S. S. S. though a powmedicine known erful searching, overwhelming enemy to active and most pain and the causes of rheumatism is as effective work. pure as the dew on a peach blossom, as Its action is marvelous. powerful as the heroic works of nature, rheumatics get on ktheir feet as if by as searching as the peremptory demand of magic. That cold, clammy sensation that the most exact science. made you hug a red hot stove is gone in Ask for upon getting a twinkling. That excruciating pain that the world'sand insist rheumatism. S. S. S. cure for made a feather lay as heavy as a ton of For private, personal advice on stubcoal on the skin is gone. You get up and born chronic rheumatism write at onco dance with glee. to the Swift Specific Co., 203 Swift BuildYour rheumatism is gone absolutely! ing, Atlanta, Ga. Their medical departJt is an actual logical fact, that Swift's ment is famous on all blood diseases, and Sure Specific flushes your blood, gives Is equipped your entire blood circulation a fine approved byto make personal blood tests, the thorough bath. It just naturally and in a ties. Get bottlehighestS.medical authoriof S. twinkling irrigates every atom in your away goesarheumatism foe S. today. Then all jime Bed-ridden tissue cells, those tiny, which nutrition goes on. that a most remarkable as S. S. S. does Its most HUSTONVILLE ROLLER raising section, a good town and the MILLS FOR SALE. environment could not be better. The electric light plant is run in connection with the mill, lights the town As agent for the D. M. Lipps heirs, and supplies private residences and I will sell privately the Hustonville pays a handsome profit. Roller Mill and Electric Light Plant. If you are looking for a money-makin- g The mill has a proposition, wivestigate this, capacity; is in good running order and shape and as it will be sold at - oargain. Terms makes a splendid flour It has al- will be made right. ways been a money-make- r; is located W. D. NAVE, Agent, in a splendid farming and wheat 12-Hustonville, Ky. 75-bar- rel s- 4t Mr. Kiser Will Receive Hemp Here Thursday, Friday and Saturday Feb. 18, 19 and 20. All farmers whofhave hemp broken out will " please deliver on these dates. Still have a limited amount of seed which we can furnish those desiring'to raise a crop this year. m ii For further information write or call on C. HAYS FOSTER,TStanford, Ky., tj aw? "ZSam 25&35f Lincoln County National Bank Building. -- - ' I - Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. f Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment, $1 .00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars 25c All on sale at - mmmmt mmmmmmmmm DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Com boy ORIGINATOR Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. OF FURSLEVS INDIAN HERBS Each of Dr. LeGear's Remedies is the personal prescription of an expert Veterinary Surgeon of 20 years experience. Dr. LeGear's Liniment, Colic Remedy, Stock Powders, Spavin Remedy, Gall Remedy, Worm Remedy, Hoof Oil, Eye Water, Antiseptic Healing Powder, Antiseptic Healing Oil, Dip and Disinfectant, Screw Worm Killer, Lice Killer, Poultry Powder, Roup Remedy, Cholera Remedy, Scaly Leg Reme dy, Sore Head Remedy, Head Lice Remedy, Heave and Cough Remedy. Guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. A color picture, size 16x20 inches, st of "Dr. LeGear" the horse in the world, given free with any of Dr. LeGear's Remedies. big-ge- Dr. LeGear';largest norseintne world head at five and a half cents a pound. James Yowell bought in the West d d of 125 to End a cents hogs at six and and snipped them to Cincinnati Thursday. A tract of twenty acres belonging to James H. Smith, located on the Paris and Ruddles Mills pike, near Paris, was sold at public auction this week to David Butler for $203.50 an acre. In the Waynesburff section, Tom Ellis sold an extra call" to Green Gooch for $24.84, or at a figure of six cents a pound. Mr. Ellis also sold to Maynard Ball, another veal for $lfi. J. W. Newman, Commissioner of Agriculture, has placed Jefferson county under quarantine because certain infected cattle were removr-- d from the stock yards, and not slaughtered. All the Louisville slaughter houses are to be dis.nected. At McKee Bros.' tenth annual sale of Duroc sows and gilts near Verhead sailles this week, sixty-si- x averaged $91. Considering the quarantine, it is regarded as an excellant sale. The highest price was $300 paid by Thomas V. Lawson, of Boston, for the Defender sow, Bonney Defender. T. W. Jones.of this city and Gree ley Lutes, of Turnersville, made a big nog sale to uiei troieman. oi mercer county this week. They delivered to him 130 head of light hogs at $6.40 a hundred pounds. The porkers averaged about 135 pounds. Mr. Coleman bought them for shipment to a big eastern buyer. John E. Madden has sold to Richard Benson eight yearling thoroughbred colts. Mr. Benson was acting for his employer James Butler, of New York, for whom he raced a successful stable last season. Six of the youngsters are by Ballot, the $500,-00- 0 stallion sold by Madden to the Elmendorf estate and it is reported the sale price for the yearlings was $50,000. Lexingtonian. Assistant State Veterinarian H. L. Casey, of Danville, was here this week, advising with local cattle feeders as to which markets they can ship to. Dr. Casey says that the trouble for local feeders is not so much the matter of shipping to Cincinnati but the prohibition against shipments out of that market. Commission men are unwilling to receive shipments there for export to eastern markets as the quarantine is still on against Cincinnati. Mr. Mark Goins, of Marksbury, sold his famous jack "Reid" to Dr. J. L. Hearn, of Texarkana, Tex., last Tuesday for $600. J. E. Robinson d sold twenty-on- e cattle to C. C. Seal of Cincinnati, for 7 4 cents a pound and same party height of Hughes brothers 2? head of cattle at 6 33-- 4 cents. E. C. McWhorter, of Paint Lick sold a nice bunh silage fed cattle to Simon Weil of Lexington for $7.35 to be delivered as soon as quarantine is lifted. These cattle will weigh about 1300 pounds. Lancaster Kecord. Brown & Lawson, Lancaster stock dealers, were in Stanford Wednesday and took up 20 head of fat steers which A. J. Thompson has been feeding on his farm five miles from Stanford on the Danville pike. Mr. Thompson received seven and a quarter cents a pound from the buyers. The beeves were in prime condi tion and averaged 1,260 pounds. The Garrard buyers, put them on the train at Rowland, consigned to Hubbard, Haus & Ragsdale, Cincinnati. Jesse Layton, representing this firm, was in Stanford this week and looked the cattle over. He tried, to buy two loads of fat cattle from Hubble & Eubanks but didn't want to pay enough for them. car-loa200-pounone-quart- er 1100-poun1-900-pound M. C. Floyd, out on the Somerse pike, sold to T. W. Jones, this city, a nice bunch of sheep containing 38 for $12. Public Sale of Land. I will sell at the court house door in Lancaster, Ky., on F Now Is The Time To Have Your Produce Wanted ! I will still continue to On Monday, February 22nd, County Court day at 11 o'clock A. M. 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 will show the farm to anyone desiring to look at it before day of sal"?. Possession given within 30 days from date of s,ie. TERMS Made knovn at time of Rubber Tires Put On. I am Splendidly Prepared to do it. buy your CHICKENS, EGGS and HIDES at Prices From $12 To $16. E,. T. Market Prices, at The Garage on Cut Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. Phone 203. the Highest J. P. BALLARD. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. T. J. Curtis, V.-Pre- PUBLIC SALE Of Real and Personal Property I Will on MARCH 6th, 1915 SATURDAY, my barn in Hustonville, Ky., beat ginning at 10 o'clock a. m., sell at . C. Let the I. J. do your job printing. Million, Pres. s. Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec. E. Deatherage, Treas. Public Auction, the following described property: One tract of land containing 18 acres, located inside the limits of the town of Hustonville. all in srrass, cood tobacco barn and plenty of water; also 1 good brood mare; 1 good driving pony, o vears old: 1 comine yearling horse combined gelding; mule; 1 1 combined gelding; l Jersey cow, will be iresli in May, sub ject 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 hack; 1 runabout; on; 1 1 cart; 1 turning plow, good as new 1 harrow; 1 mowing 1 cultivator; 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. DUDE JARMAN, 12-t- BIGGEST IN PRICES- - BIGGEST IN AMOUNT OF SALES BIGGEST IN FLOOR SPACE MADISON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated Near L. & A. Depot DIRECTORS CAPITAL $40,000.00 Telephone 221 T. J. SMITH, MARION COY E. C. MILLION, T. J. CURTIS, Dr. H. C. VAUGHT, J.M. HAYDEN, E. DEATHERAGE TO TOBACCO GROWERS OR THE MAN SELLING IT: d Hustonville, Ky. COMMISSIONER'S H. Padgett, 'Plff. vs. SALE bidder the following described land near King's Mountain, Lincoln county, Kentucky, described in metes and bounds as follows: Beginning at a stone and poplar, an old corner to the survey thence a pew line N 16 W 82 poles to a stone, in old line, thence the old line of same survey N 87 4 W 52 poles to a stone and White Oak pointers, thence S 1 2 W 80 poles to a stone, corner to W. H. Dobbin's thence S 89-1E 80 poles to the beginning containing 33 acres of land. Said land is sold for the purpose of dividing proceeds among the heirs herein and is sold on a credit of six months, purchasers to execute bond bearing interest at the rate six per cent, per annum from date until paid with approved personal security, lien retained on .land sold to secure payment of said bond. Witness my hand this February 17, 1915. E. D. PEN40-acre will on Monday, March 8, 1915. County Court day at 1:30 o'clock P. M. in front of the courthouse door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale, at public outcry to the highest and best Roberta Padgett, etc, Defts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered by the Lincoln Circuit Court at its November term 1914, in above styled cause the undersigned Commissioner, i 40-ac- re 1-- 1-- -2 There have been many report going out from one source and another, for the most part, wrong with reference to our market, having no you to know that the OLD sales at one time and another. We wish MADISON is still doing business at the old stand, and will have sales. EVERY DAY, provided you bring us your tobacco. We have no quarrels with anybody, We are at peace with all the WORLD, simply stay right on the job, doing very best to get every dollar we can for it. We sold about 30,000 pounds Monday very few rejections, with prices better on all grades. Don't believe half you hear about the market for it is all right going right straight along, rain or shine, cold or hot, selling tobacco and getting just as much for it as any house on earth. Prices Monday from $1 to $20 the hundred; most every body pleased. We want to reach haven't very far to go won't you help us reach'it? This is one of the big markets in the state. In matter of prices the old MADISON is willing to compare with any house any where. Come right along. When you are ready we will receive your tobacco and sell it at the best prices possible for us to get for it. We thank you for your very generous patronage, for your patience through a very hard season, and want to assure you we stand for Richmond market against all comers and the MADISON HOUSE, ..against all -- f houses. MADISON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY Incorporated, - NINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. COMMISSIONER'S 15-- 3 SALE Free! beautiful full W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, KY. Rex Coal m A Colds Are Often Most Serious Stop 'Possible Complications Pursuant to a judgment rendered The disregard of a Cold has often in the above styled action at the brought many a regret. The fact of February term 1915 of the aforeSneezing, Coughing, or a Fever said court the undersigned Commisshould be warning enough that your sioner will on system needs immediate attention. Monday, March 8,1915 Certainly Loss of Sleep is most seri- at about 1:30 o'clock P. M. in front ous. It is a warning given by Nature. of the court house in the city of StanIt is man's duty to himself to assist ford, Kentucky, offer for sale at by doing his part. Dr. King's New public outcry to the highest and best Discovery is based on a scientific bidder the following described real analysis of Colds. 50 c. at your Drug- estate in Lincoln county, Kentucky, gist. Buy a bottle today. on the waters of Green' river, and bounded and described as follows, Beginning at John G. Elliott's Good Small Farm For Sale. notheast corner, thence with his line I desire to sell privately and at once my farm of 162 acres, 1 2 to J. S. Mobley line thence with three miles from Crab Orchard on the of J. S. Mobley's lines to a beech, D. county road leading to Dripping S. Johnson's corner, thence with his Springs. The place has two good line to a white oak on the side of the homes on it; there are two good barns branch, formerly Thomas Reynolds' line thence with the old Reynolds line ana otner outDunaings. Never-failin- g water. Will sell at a bargain. to the beginning, containing 140 Call or write to Dabney Davis. Crab acres of land more or less. TERMS OF SALE. Said land will Orchard Ky. 15-2- p be sold on a credit of six months, and Both houses of the Alabama Leg- the purchaser will be required to give islature passed a bill over the Gov- bond for the purchase price payable ernor's veto which prohibits news- to the Commissioner, bearing six to-w- it: 1-- W, L. McCarty, Plaintiff, vs. Notice of Sale. J. W. Caldwell etc, Defendants. Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT ARTICLES EGGS 385 ENERGY 10 CENTS WILL BUY BEEF, sirloin MUTTON, leg MILK PORK, loin BUTTER RICE POTATOES BEANS, dried WHEAT FLOUR -- .410 ....'.....1030 445 BREAKFAST FOODS CHEESE 1030 1117 1185 1365 2025 2950 3040 6540 ." JL i. 1- - "...v m si-- l. Black Star Black Crescent All hot, free Burners No soot, few ashes &y && mm k; papers published in the State from printing whisky advertisements, and seeks to bar newspapers from entering the State which contain such per. cent, interest from date of sale with lien retained upon the land to secure the payment of the same ; said bond having the same forge and effect as a judgment. This February 18,1915. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. Geo. D. Florence, Attorney for the 15-Plaintiff. 3. Energy Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities t " kmknnnW-- ' "O-- I A . kmmmmmWr I -4 J WHY your fowls? chances with 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. Buy Gold The Sure Growing Kind Mcdoi- -j vn b REX GOAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham m JfffW free.- Is absolute and Quick death to .2 serins of roup, colds other Infectious diseases. and A few drops In the drinkln water kills the disease germs and prevents sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medlciae. anwmsts, or by mail, postpaid. Valuable poultry book k Bourbon Poultry Cuto SEEPS .1 K- M- Field ffw J. H. Baughman & Co. Stanford, Kentucky 4 deakr. If he can't supply you. writs as direct. IW Buy them from your local seed OfMOff BUST ( Itnl LOUISVILLE SEED CO. 1 IRflHH Lwi4fe.fr. a - :i lb