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The No. 1 INTERIOR J OURNAL Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 23, 1915. Lancaster Court. A good crowd attended Lancaster court yesterday, notwithstanding the farmers were busy plowing. A lot of mules were on the market, but the supply was in excess of the demand and not a great number sold. B. G. Fox, of Danville, had a bunch for sale and disposed of only a portion of them. He sold one to Thomas for $135 and a few more at $100 to $130. J. D. Whitehouse bought of another party a good 15.3 hands mare mule for $175. On account of the quarantine, the stock pens were not opened during the day; however fifty or more cattle changed hands privately. A small bunch of good steers brought close to 7c and a lot of heifers around 6c. A few butcher cattle sold at 4c. The horse market was also quiet; only a half dozen or so selling. Prices ranged from $95 to $159. Mc-Bea- f ! I ".' Tail Paper Stops When Yoar Tisw is up Watch the Date Oa Label an Renew Yoar Subicrip'oa Promptly. Established 860. 56th Year 1 6 Tuesdays and Fridays Former Lincoln Girl Honored After an investigation for the purpose of determining whether or not the volume of work at the city office required an assistant to Recorder Howe, the city council at the Monday night meeting reappointed Miss Lu-ci- le Johnson to the position. While Miss Johnson's title is deputy recorder, she is virtually clerk of the water department. However, in case Mr. Howe is ill or unable to attend to his duties, the full duties of the office fall on her shoulders. Last year during an illness of the recorder, the duties of presiding over municipal court fell to Miss Johnson. With a dignity as though she had been born to the ermine, she heard the testimony and assessed the fine, giving the culprit in a dock a lecture, firmly and gently, but one he will ever remember. Hood River, Ore., Glacier. Miss Johnson had the honor of being the first woman to act as police judge in the state of Oregon.She was formerly a Lincoln county girl who removed to the northwest with her parents nine years ago. She has held this position with the city of Hood River more than three years. Mrs. Annie Warriner Jies In West Mrs. Annie Warriner, widow of Frank Warriner, died in Denver, Col., REGINA LATEST WAR NEWS. out that in the territory between Lick road out of the hope of state EUBANK ROAD WINS Crab Orchard and Bee Lick, there aid by recognizing the Eubank road Inquiries at the coast guard staOVER BEE LICK ROUTE' was a section of the county larger as the county seat route. He said tions in North Holland have brought than any other not served by a turn- that it wa,s known perfectly well that the reply that nothing has been seen Warm Fight Over County Seat Road pike: men had grown from boyhood Lincoln would never vote a bond is- "or heard upto midnight of thirteen to manhood without evor having seen sue of some $100,000 to build a pike of the crew of the American steamer to Pulaski Staged Before the a turnpike. He said that the coun- in the East End. Evelyn, who were reported to have I try there is as thickly settled as from Fiscal Court Monday. Judge Bailey suggested that Mr. Holland after the Stanford to Waynesburg, and that Perkins ought to take into considera- proceeded to blown up. The Dutch steamer was" money spent in for pikes tion that the law said the "direct It required the vote of County would do more that sectionthat spent route" between county seats and that Marine Department is also without good Bailey, to break a for similar roads in than other part information 'concerning the missing Judge James P. any tie in the Fiscal Court at its meet- of the county. He said that as it the Eubank road was the direct men. President Wilson conferred with Secretary Bryan concerning the ing here Monday, and prevent the was the money of the whole county, roufe. Perkins replied Mr that the designation as the road by way of it behooved the court to spend it also said the "practical" route law destruction of the Evelyn, but no and course of action beyond diplomatic Crab Orchard and Bee Lick as the the most good. was certainly the inquiries was decided upon. county seat road from Stanford to where it would do section are prac- that the Bee Lick Lincoln county. The people in that practical route for A Zeppelin airship bombarded CaSomerset. Squires Fields and Cam- tically d in the winter; Judge Bailey said the court den voted to sustain a previous order many of them never see the court- had arranged to build that road to the lais yesterday morning, according to the of the fiscal court, designating the house or get to their county seat Rockcastle line for the East Enders, an official statement issued last night It dropped ten projectiles, which road from Stanford to Waynesburg for business on account of the roads. but Mr. Perkins replied that they killed five persons, all civilians, and and Eubank as the county seat road. He said that the question resolved don't want that road as there is al- caused some unimportant material Squires Petrey and Helm voted itself as to whether the court considroad that damage. against this, thus leaving the court in ered it better to build four miles of ready a good M. Fields way. Squire W. floor took An undercurrent of tense feeling a tie, which Judg Bailey broke by pike from Waynesburg, to which and said that was proving thewhole a it has been running through all classes voting to sustain the previous order there is already a good pike, or to lot easier to get up and punch the of the .court. build 10 miles of pike and thus open court for money than it was to take in Holland attributed to Germany's This vote of the court settled one up a territory eight or "ten miles the money and spend it right after- action in not replying to the Dutch of the hardest fought battles ever square, with a large number of wards. He said that he was not note of protest concerning the North Sea war zone, according to The known in this section over a road fe-d- er roads running into it from against the Crab Orchard road; question. Almost a score of leading both sides. The people there are in his stand was simply regarding that Hague dispatches. the Coincident with Austria's ancitizens from Somerset and Pulaski urgent need of roads, he said, and matter of money with which to do county were on hand at meeting of the people of Crab Orchard and Bee these things. He said that the court nouncement that she would dupli cate in tne Adriatic the court to urge that Lincoln county Lick section have pledged themselves could either take the matters of road marine warfare on Germany's subadopt the Bee Lick-Cra- b Orchard to give not less than $3,500 toward building up little by little or else in British waters, merchant vessels Premier Asquith route. An equally large number of the road. If the fiscal court would ask the people to vote bonds, and he representative citizens and taxpayers give $3,500, this would make $7,000, then declared that he would move stated in the House of Commons that from Crab Orchard and the East and with a like sum from the state the court to order a vote on an issual reprisals against Germany on a End of Lincoln were on hand, urg- aid fund, there would be $14,000 of bonds, say $50,000 or $100,000 large scale were under consideration ing the same action, and in addition available for this greatly needed worth and to let the jeople say what and that the. British Government might deem it necessary to place pledged themselves to raise the sum turnpike. Not all of it need be built they wanted. cotton on the list of contraband. of $3,500 as a donation toward the the first year if the money could not Such a motion was not put, howbuilding of a pike from Crab Orchard be secured now. He showed also ever, and Mr. Perkins again asked Woman's Club Program. to Bee Lick to meet the pike from how Stanford would be more benefit- the court to simply adjourn for a Th Woman's Club will hold its regSomerset to that point. They urged ted by this road than bv the other. week until the people of the East that if the county has not sufficient since with a pike already built to End could come before it with their ular meeting Wednesday, Feb. 24 at funds to build the pike asked at this Waynesburg all of the trade that subscription. He said that thev would 2:30 in the Club rooms. The subject time, that the court simply designate could possibly be expected from that not ask that it all be built at once, if for discussion is, "The World's that road as the county seat road so territory now comes to the county money was lacking. They would put greatest famters." "Early History of Art,, Mrs. W. that the benefit of aid from the state seat, while with the pike from Crab up their money and let the county road fund could be secured. To Orchard to Bee Lick, trade which has build only a mile at a time if it was K. Warner. "The Most Famous Artist and His these pleas the court however re- hitherto been hemmed by mud roads, necessary. He declared that the fused, by its action to accede, and the will naturally go out to the county County Attorny had repeatedly told Masterpiece of the Following CounWaynesburg-Eubank- s road is now seat. He said that naturally Crab him and the East End people to tries: Italy, Spain, France, Germaformally the official county seat Orchard would be more benefitted come before the court if they wanted ny, England, America." Mrs. W. K. Shugars. road. than Stanford, but declared that roads built and now that when "Noted Schools of Art and Art Very able arguments were made by Lincoln county owes as much to her had come where did they find histhey inMuseums." Mrs. W. A. Tribble, and proponents of the Bee Lick-Cra- b Or- East End as she does to her West fluence? Mrs. E. J. Brown. chard road before the court, and the End which is so plentifuly supplied v Mr. Alcorn urged that if the counLeader Mrs. W. K. Warner. circuit court room was well filled, a with good roads, while the East End ty has not the money now, it simbig crowd having gathered to hear had been left to her dirt roads. He ply designate the Bee Lick road as the speeches. suggested that if the intentions of the county seat route, and take up Fifth and Sixth Grades to Entertain. Judge Bailey, in opening the court the people of the East End should be the matter of building the road.later, The Fifth and Sixth Grades will stated, that this was an adjourned tested, the court adjourn until Sat- just so as to save state aid for that give an entertainment in the Graded meeting from February 12th, for the urday and give the people of Crab route. School Auditorium on Priday night purpose of hearing the delegation Orchard and vicinity an opportunity Squire J. M. Petrey moved that next. Two little plays will be preto come before the court then with the court adjourn to Saturday in or- sented and there will be" piano solos, from Pulaski county. Hon. Virgil P. Smith, an able at- their subscription papers, when they der to give the Crab Orchard people dialogues, recitations, etc. An intertorney of the Somerset bar, made the would show just who would give the time to act on subscription. esting entertainment may be expectfirst speech for the visitors. He said $3,500, for which Lincoln county Squire Fields saidtheirwas committed ed. Admission 10c and 15c. he that the people who came from Som- would receive the benefit of $14,000. to a promise to the Waynesburg peoerset came not to dictate or make Dr. R. L. Breck Dead ple to build a mile of pike W. E. leading demands upon the people of Lincoln of Crab Perkins, a followed merchant which had been promised for them Dr. R. L. Breck, former Chancellor Orchard, the year Mr. Albut as neighbors to advise concernof Central University and an emiplea the ing matters which vitally affect both corn and made a strongroad. for em- before. Jasper of Somerset suggest- nent Presbyterian divine, died at PaJudge Crab Orchard-Be- e Lick He counties. He spoke of Pulaski coun- phatically stated lo Alto, Cal. The burial occurred at ed that the. court take the ty being a daughter of Lincoln and of the East End that all was people subscription and wait to the $3,500 Richmond Saturday. next year simple wanted told of the close ties which bind the justice, and that the court ought to for state aid. people of the two counties. He spoke give it to them. He declared that he NOTICE J. C. McWhorter, of Crab Orchard, I STOCK MEN of the new state-ai- d road law and spoke for almost a fourth of the vo- sought to show the court that it I have rece: tiWrJHiaiilMii wi n m- told how the county of Pulaski had ting population of the county, which would be mighty poor business for determined to avail itself of its pro- had never had a single mile of nike Lincoln to ask for state aid on onlv structions quarantine vjmnmmmmmmmmmKmr visions. He pointed out that the new-la- built since ihe .county took thenrovein four-miles-pflce on the 'Eubank State" Live Stock Sanitary Board, which provides a tax of five cents and removed the toll gates. He road when it could get state aid on v 18, 1915 of Kentucky-Fe- b. on each $100 worth of property re- pointed out that that part ten miles on the Bee Lick road. of A second outbreak of the disease quires that the first roads which shall county had never before asked the Squire K. Helm, of Hustonville, commonly known as fool and mouth for be constructed under its provisions a single mile of pike, and told of the seconded J. Squire Petrey's motion to disease has occurred in the State of shall be connecting county seats on severe conditions on rural route No. adjourn to Saturday. Squires Cam- Kentucky, and now exists the most direct, practical route. He 1 out of Crab Orchard, on which the den and Fields voted against the mo- two counties, and probably in at least more, and said that the fiscal court of Pulaski carrier has had to drive two horses tion, and Squires Helm and Petrey these counties are" in quarantine. Cerhad levied a tax of 15 cents on the for most of the winter, knee deep in voted for it. County Judge Bailey $100 worth of property to build mud. He declared that if the people broke the tie by voting No. Squire tain portions of .twenty other states and territories are or have been visitpikes to the neighboring county seats Camden moved orEast End have a is impossible ed and that the resolution of the court of the they ought didn'tto have good der of the courtthat the previous Eu- to by this plague. It centers of incase, designating the not anyknow accurately the provided that the first road to be thing; that it was up to the court, bank road as the county seat route, the state built should be the road to which a that it had a right, if it had made a stand. Squires Camden and Fields fection inoccurred, andin which this outbreak it fund should be raised by popular previous selection or appropriation, voted for this, and Squires Helm and ble to tell at what time is impossithe states subscription to supplement the sum to rescind the order, and change the Petrey against it, and Judge Bailey that are now free may have an outraised by the county. He said that appropriation. Waynesburg has a again had to break the tie, voting break of this disease; and therefore, the people of Somerset had subscrib- good pike, he said, the people of Pu- Aye, and the Eubank route was in order to piotcct the animal "ndns-tr- y ed $5,000 for the building of this first laski have taken care of their end, finally selected over the Bee Lick of Kentucky. pike. The farmers and citizens along and he simply asked now that the route. IT IS ORDERED by the State live the road to Bee Lick raised $4,000 Lincoln court look county With the Board by popular subscription, making ple, and "give us aftr its own peo- court having Pulaski one road,fiscal Stock Sanitary sheep, of Kentucky a chance." Air. selected and that no cattle, rumiabout $9,000 raised for the road to Perkins declared with emphasis: "If the Lincoln court another, the Pu- nants, or swine intendedother stocker, for Lincoln. He said no other road had we don't bring you down a subscrip- laski men who were here Saturday feeder or breeding purposes shall be at that time made any subscription, tion of $3,500 from our people, we say that it will now be up to State brought into the State of Kentucky whatever, and the Pulaski Fiscal won't ask for a thing. We have Road Commissioner Terrell for final from any state in which this disease Court designated the road from Som- helped this county build its other settlement. has existed, or in which it exists at erset to Bee Lick and via Crab Or- roads and pikes. We now simply ask shall the present time; and this chard as the official county seat road that you listen to our cause, which is Richmond House Gets Big Damages be applicable to any stateorderwhich in Lincoln county. He added that a just cause. Will you ignore us? to In the Madison circuit court last an outbreak may hereafter occur tax levied would bring in We know that this court is responthe when the fact becomes known and is $12,000 more, makng a total of $21,-00- 0 sible. Will you leave us out in the week, the Richmond Tobacco Ware certified to by the Bureau of AniCompany was given a verdict available in Pulaski county, cold to build four miles of pike house against J. S. Leech mal Industry at Washington. which supplemented by a like amount where it is absolutely not needed? for $10,000 IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that from the state aid road fund, would If you ignore us it will show that Thomas Smith and other tobacco no sales shall occur in public market give them $42,000 to build this pike. there's 'self mixed up in it some- buyers, which it charged with con- places, or upon the streets in any He said that now the people of Pulas- where. We only ask for justice and spiring together to pay less for to- city or place in the State of Kentucky ki came to ask the people of Lincoln justice we expect. Do as you think bacco at the complainant's ware- of any stocker, feeder or breeding to build nine miles of pike from Crab you should do as men. . We don't ask houses than at other similar places. cattle, sheep, other ruminants or Orchard to Bee Lick to meet them at anything unreasonable, only justice." The warehouse comprriv sued for swine. This order is issued to cover the border line. Both Mr. Perkins and Mr. Alcorn for $40,000, the figure at which it in particular what In reply to a question from Judge were loudly applauded when they sat placed its damages due to the al- "court day sales" in is known as this Commonleged conspiracy. Bailey as to whether the pike pro- down. wealth, and shall not apply to private posed by the people of Pulaski was sales in free territory. County Attorney said David Bradley Dead not on a direct route to the county that he desired to W. S. Burchshort IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that make a seat of Rockcastle county. Mr. statement by way of explanation. He David Bradley, who lived in this no cattle, sheep, other ruminants or Smith said that it was not, but that have been some county until a dozen years ago, swine, intended for stocker, feeder the people along the Mt. Vernon said that there mayto state shipdied at Harrodsburg misapprehension as outbreeding purposes, road had subscribed $6,000 for the said that Lincoln county has aid. He was stricken while onlast week. He ped into Kentucky fromshall be any state pr the farm of 56 miles building of a pike from Somerset of pikes to county seats. The fiscal W. Y Graves and expired in a few territory in which no outbreak of that way. court at its last meeting asked for moments.. He was a younger brother this disease has occurred, unless said County Judge R. F. Jasper, of Pushipment shall be the of R. C. 'Bradley, who well laski, followed Mr. Smith and made state aid on these roads as He ai and contractor, built a as carpenter presence of, and beunloaded inby a inspected on roads yet to be built. good many said an able argument also for the Bee that Lincoln oou.itv had visually houses in Stanford. Deceased was County, State or Federal Inspector Lick pike. He pointed out how anx- beeo promised $12,000. He said that about 45 years old and a clever and and no movement of above named ious the people of Pulaski were to the court was of the opinion animal shall occur from one county that it popular man. get away from their dirt roads, and had to keep up those pikes and the to another in this Commonwealth unhow much better off the people of dirt roads. About $9,000 had less the animals are examined and Sheep Money Here tr be v Lincoln had been with their many spent on the dirt roads and probably certified to by a State County Clerk G. 12. Cooper asks us Federal Inspector County,county or miles of pikes. He said that but for as much as $15,000 on the pikes. The in the in the work of a few designing politi- Eubanks people had offered $1,600 to state for the benefit of the public which they originate, and the same that the sheep money, amounting to movement of animals be inspected cians Pulaski would have voted a for a pike to them, bond issue for good roads, but with only people before and had been the $538.50, is in his hands and ready and certified to by a County, State its that beaten twice they had turned last meeting asking the court at He for disbursement. Those who had or Federal Inspector in the county anything. sheep killed by dogs can get their which is the destination of said moveto the state aid law. for help and said that the court he pleaded for harmony between Pu- $1,000, which with had appropriated money byt calling on him. The sheep ment. laski and Lincoln to get this pike and doubled by Ffate$400 subscribed, claim this year was paid in full This order shall in no wise supergue that would be of such a benefit to $2,00 for this road. aid would there which is some better than the year sede or cancel Quarantine Order No. He said before. both. 27 heretofore issued, which places Judge James Denton, of Somerset had been some agitation for a road certain counties and parts of counties from Crab Orchard to Brodhead and Sale of Bank Stock followed with a short plea for action for this the court had appropriated in CLOSED and Modified area. on the part of Lincoln county in co- $400, to fce doubled by the state Effective from and after midnight Col. W. P. Walton", of Lexington, operation with the people of Pulaski. iuna. tie pointed out that after the sold to a Virgina party ten shares February 18, 1915. He pointed out that the people of worn nad been provided tor on other of stock in the National Bank of All persons and common carriers Lincoln will pay into the state road roads, there was left about $1,600. Hustonville at $150. The fact that will be governed accordinly. J. W. fund about $4,250 and will take out Of course, he said, the county could people from other states are after NEWMAN, Chairman, State Live some $12,000. Stock Sanitary, Board of Kentucky. stock Attorney Kendrick S. Alcorn, of vote bonds if it desired to build more tent in thisabank shows to some ex- S. F. MUSSELMAN, State Veteriroads. Speaking for himself persongood institution the what Stanford then spoke for the Crab Or- ally he said that he knew a pike from Hustonville National is considered. narian. A. T. NUNNELLEY, Live chard people and those in the east- Crab Orchard to Bee Lick was very Stock Inspector, Lincoln County. 16-- 2 inern end of the county who wore badly needed. Cundiff- For Clerk Court of Appeals terested in the pike being built via JJr. S. C. Davis, a prominent and Mr. Perkins then got up again and W. C. Cundiff, the popular county raged physician, is dead at Mt. Ver the Bee Lick Route. He fnrnkly ad- urged the court not to cut the Bee Clerk of Casey county, has announc- non. He was the lather of Charles C. mitted to the court that he was ed for the republican nomination for Davis, the speaking in his own interest as well n and ..popular Colds and Croup in Children Clerk of the Court of Appeals. His druggist of that town. as he owns a little rarm in the Bee Many people rely upon Chamber- Lincoln county friends join in hopLick section, en the Recogaized Advantages line, but declared that this lain's Cough Remedy implicitly in ing that he will ge the honor, empty You will, find that Chamberlain's was no reason why he should be cases of colds and croup and it never though it be, which he so greatly Cough Remedy has recognized adblinded to the best interests of the disappoints them. Mrs. E. H. Thom- craves. vantages over most medicines ia use community as a whole. He pointed as, Logansport, Ind., writes: "! not supfor coughs and colds. A child that has intestinal worms press a cough but t loosens and have found Chamberlain's Cough proedv to be the best4 medicine for is handicapped in its growth. A 'few it. It aids expectoration and t . Gas in the stomach or bowels is a disagreeable symptom of a torpid colds and croup I have ever used and doses of WHITE'S VERMIFUGE opens the secretions which enables liver. To get fid of it quickly take never tire of recommending it to rhy destroys and expels worms; the the system to throw off a cold. It improves and counteracts any tendency of a .cold HERBINE. It is marvelous liver neighbors and friends, r I have al- child immediately stimulant and bowel purifier. Price ways given it to my children when thrives 'wonderfully. Price 25c per to result in pneumonia.- - It contains 50c. Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, suffering from croup, and it has bottle. Sold by Shugars' .Drug no opiym of ptker narcotic; and may never failed to give them prompt re- Store, Stanford, A Lyne Bros., be given Wa 4fe3d as confidently as Stanford, & Lyne Bros. Crab to an adult 5Sr sale by all Malers. lief." For sale by all dealers. Crab Orchard. mud-boun-- PEAVINE BRINGS $810 Dick Scudder's Horses Top the Mar- ket at Lexington Sales The consignment ol" horses belonging to Dick Scudder o, the West End, brought top prices at the Kentucky Sales Co.,'s sale at Lexington Friday. Three of the animals entered by him brought the nice sum or $1,560. Regi- - ' chestna Peavine, the nut mare by Rex Peavine, dam Blue Streak, by Curtis Peavine. owned jointly by Mr. Scutwer, W. O. Walker and Homer Wray, commanded the bis price of the day $810. Ernest V. Maltby, of Chicago, was the purchaser. Regina's breeding is of the very best, as she is by Rex Peavine out of Blue Streak, and so far as looks and action go is all that could be desired, from even the most exacting, and is generally considered in line for championship honors. Peacemaker, Mr. Scudder's champion by Rex Peavine, dam Alice B., by Glascoe, was also bought by Mr. Malthy. He paid $500 for him. Powell Peavine, Smith T. Powell's brown colt by All Peavine, dam Vanity Fair, by Dignity Dare, was bought by Henry Bernstein, of Lexington, for $250 The other horses offered by Mr. Scudder brought satisfactory pries. seven-year-old two-year-o- th Adams Blankenship. On last Wednesday evening, Mr. Irvin Blankenship and Miss Gertrude Adams, of Preachersville, elope to J elfersonville, Jnd., where they were united in the holy bonds of wedlock. Their marriage came as a great surprise to everyone as no one suspected their intentions to be matrimonial, their courtship being so brief. The groom is a son, ol Mr. .and Mrs. S. Blankenship, of Preachersville, and has for years been a ld i most talented correspondent of the I.-- J. and a gentleman in every sense of the word. The bride is very pretty and worthy of the man oi her choice. May their lives as one be of unclouded happiness and only the brightest of sunshine lighten their pathway is the wish of tht-i- man;? iriends. r a prominent farmer of Fayette county, motored to Lexington and were quietely married by Rev. B. F. Swindler, at the residence of the groom's aunt, Mrs. Hettie Spears. After which they went to Mrs. Perry Bronaugh's the groom's sister, wher an elegant and sumptuous dinner was served Later they returned to Hustonville, where they spent a few days with the bride's parents, where they met and were congratulated by friends of the bride, who are numbered by her acquaintances and a sumptuous repast was served and enjoyed by the many friends of the charming bride. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Davis and the bride the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Eads. They are now at home at Spears, Ky. We wish ihcm a long and happy wedded life. E. R. F. Stanford Colored High School Closes The Stanford Colored High School closed a successful session Friday night, and Prof. E. Coleman, who is at the head of it, left Saturday for his home at Nicholasville. There are 153 children in the school--distri117 of whom were enrolled and the attendance averaged over 90. No commencement services were held, but postponed until June 10 and 11. utr Lads Davis A few days ago Miss Lula J. Ea'ds, of Hustonville, and Riley S. Davis, of Kentuckians Grab the Plums Kentuckians have been appointed to Federal positions as follows: Samuel Ottenheimer to be storekeeDer- gauger in the Danville internal revenue district: Harrv L. Moore to be rural carrier at Salem, to succeed Harold rl. J?'rank; Chester Fitch, of JNicnoiasville to supervise the taking of the manufacturers' census in Western Kentucky, with headquarters at Hopkinsville. New Directory This office has just gotten out a directory for the King's Mountain Farmers' Telephone Co., which is as neat of execution as it is comprehensive and useful of service. C. W. Lovell is president of this telephone company, which is one of the best managed concerns in this section. 15-ce- nt Prominent Ladies Killed. Misses Margaret and Jacoba Bacon, prominent young women of Mason county, were run over by an car at Indianapolis and died a short while afterwards. The ladies were cousinsof Mrs. W. A. Tribble, of this city. CRAB Mr. and Mrs. Wood Peters are about well after - hard siege with OR-JHAR- D grip. Dr. Harmon has been quite sick but is again able to visit his patients. Mrs. John Kennedy has been very sick for the last few days, but is much better at this time. Mr. Oph. Elam continues very feeble. for two or three weeks, '.but is not confined to his bed. James Guest Herrin has been sick - well-know- Lincoln-Rockcast- le Sunday. On Saturday 27th, the Ladies Aid of the Christian church will serve fresh oyserts in soup, and nice sandwiches and coffee. So try tc come to town on a very light breakfast and patronize the aid for that day. Rev. Thornton of the Preachersville church delivered two very inter- ocfinor cormnne nfc t.hfi Rantist church here. He was accompanied by his wife who is a sister ot Mrs. jonn jvenneay. Miss Ila Newland is thinking of accenting a position in a telephone office at Louisville. Mrs. Anderson entertained the Dixie Rook Club at the springs last Monday in a most delightful manner. A lunch of franpe and splendid cake ras served, and "the favors were pink carnations. cago. Miss Myrtle Murray has been quite sick with tonsilitis, but is better. Mr Frank Brooks is out again after a severe cold, which almost ter- minated in pneumonia. Mr. Henry Brooks visited his sister, Mrs. Daisy Hunt Saturday and Miss Maud Gooch remains about as she was when we wrote last. Misses Elizabeth and Anna Boyle, of Chicago, are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Guest. They returned to Louisville Sunday and from there will return to Chi- It-do- elieves lar you are uncomfortable and the 'inerpi his condition exists the worse ou feel. You can get rid of this -- "When the bowels become irregu- mirery auickly by using HUJKBliNJU. Take a dose on going to bed and see how .fine you feel .next day. Price 50c. Sold by Shugar's, Drug Store, Stanford, and' Lyne Bros., at Crab Orchard. of tuberculosis and her remains were brought to Hustonville Sunday. They were taken to the home of her sis- No Cloud on Beckham's Title to Seat The Courier-Journal- 's ter, Mrs. W. M. Myers, and on yesterefforts to day were laid to rest in the cemetery have a cloud cast on Senator Beckat Liberty. Deceased was a daughter ham's title seem aaout to go for of the late Winston Bowman, of Lib- naught. A dispatch from Washingerty, and is survived by three chil- ton last week said: Washington, Feb. dren, Charley and Herbert Warriner 10. The democratic members of the and Miss Katherine Warriner. She Committee on Privileges and Elecwas a devout memDer of the Chris-tai- n tions, of which Senator Kern is church and a most excellent chairman, in discussing today the woman. She had been a sufferer,frorr. plan of Senator Sutherland to ask lung trouble for a long time and ev- for an investigation of the recent ery thing possible had been done for election of Senator-eleBeckham, her including a change of Climate, said that they will vote against such a probe unless they receive convincbut all without avail. ing evidence that Mr. Beckham perMunicipality May Enforce Ordinance sonally conspired to corrupt his reThe right of a municipality to en- cent election. The majority members force compliance with its building of the committee will take no cognizor selling in laws by injunction was upheld by the ance of vote-buyiCourt of Appeals, in reversing the Kentucky during the recent election Wayne Circuit Court in the case of unless some reputable citizen of Kenthe city of Monticello against H. tucky appears before the committee Bales. Bales secured a permit to erect and in addition to testifying under a building within tne yire limits of oath, introduces affidavits showing that Mr. Beckham conspired personthe city. The structure he erected, ally to corrupt his election. It is conhowever, differed from that specified in the permit, being a frame ga- sidered unlikely here that any Kenrage. The city brougn: suit for man- tucky Democrat can be round to take datory injunction to compel him to such action. It doesn't strike us at all strange conform to the requirments of the permit, and the Wayne Circuit Court that such papers as the Courier- dismissed the petition on the ground Journal, the Louisville Times, Lex Herald and others which, that the Police Court has jurisdiction ingtonSenator Camden, deserted along with the over violators of municipal ordinances; but the Court of Appeals said Democratic party m 1896, should defend him, if that a nominal fine would not give now, his not openly of President mini-niz- e Wildesertion the city and the people, whose prop- son and the democrats in the senate erty is exposed by the violation, an on the agquate remedy. Though the fine was possible.Ship Purchase bill as much as When Big Ollie talked out assessed the menace would continue, in meetin' about Camden's political and remanded the case for further record, he tramped rather hard on proceedings. , the toes of certain dissmguished edinaturally they don't J. E. Newman for R. R. Commissioner tors and effort a little bit. appre-cia- e his is today auThe Interior Journal thorized to announce Judge John E. Kentucky Democrats Behind James Newman, of Bardstown, as a candiA dispatch from Washington says date for Railroad Commissioner in this, the second district of the state. that Senacor Ollie M. James is being Judge Newman is splendidly qualified overhelmcd with leUers and telein every way for the position he grams from Kentucky indorsing his seeks, and in the event of his nomina- fight in behalf of the ship purchase tion and election, the people would bill, expressing in strong larguage have a representative on this impor- their opinion of those Democrats who tant body who would consider their have aided the Republicans and the interests 'wst of all, Jude Newman Shipping Trust in delaying the purmade a fine record in the last legisla- chase measure. One enthusiastic ture. He has been a life long demo- Democrat wrote Sen,or James that crat, has never bolted a nominee and his course had made him stronger is in every way deserving of the hon- than ever with the Democracy of Kentucky. Another adued that 99 or he seeks. per cent at least of the Kentucky Democrats were soliciy rack of. SenaCol. Walton Out in Front The following was in the political tor James for his course, not only in column of the Lexington Herald Sun- holding up the hands of the President day: In the race for Secretary of but in taking the floor to express opState, Colonel W. P. Walton has the enly the opinion of the loyal members "newspaper verdict," as they say of r the Senate majority for those of prize fights. For instance, Ed Shin-nic- k their colleagues who had deserted of Shelbyville says this of Colo-n- their party leader in one of the most critical periods of his administration. Walton and his paper: Camden If Kentucky wants to get out of Senator Johnson N.which he failed to had prethe rut she is in, and if the Demo- deliver the speech pared in answer to the attack on him crats want to win next November, they must be careful in their selec- of Senator James. Had tht speech tions of nominees next August. "Is been delivered, another interesting he honest and competent to fill the colloquy would have resulted, as position to which he aspires?" is the Senator James had asked that notice first question that we should ask our- of the Camden speech be given him, selves. Ask yourself and everybody and he would have been ready to reelse, who knows him, about Col. W ply to any attempt to attack him. P. Walton, the newspaper man of "Dip Net" Defined By Court Lexington, before you vote for Secretary of State. Any man who will County Judge R. C. Hieatt of the say that Col. Walton is not a Demo- Franklin county court, made, the crat all the way through, honest and first judicial ruling on what consti- -' eminently qualified to fill the posi- tutes a lawful "dip net," in the trial tion, is unworthy of belief. Col. Wal- of four men arrested by Game Warton is the kind of man who hasn't the den Cassius Shaw on a charge of usdisposition, nor the money to buy ing drag nets. Executive Agent J. Q. votes. If, however, his strength in the Ward, who has heard all kinds of primary corresponds with his fitness nets described as "dip nets," had the for the place, he will surely be nomi- arrests made for the purpose of establishing the idenity of a "dip net," nated. He's all right. so that fishermen in tne future may Verdict For $10,000 Upheld be warned. Judge Hieatt held that A $10,000 verdict in the Boyle Cir- the kind of net used was a drag net. cuit Court in favor of L. S. Goldston, The nets used were operated by bea freight conductor, against the Cin- ing drawn through the water toward cinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific tne operator, and Judge Hieatt defor damages for the loss of his leg cided that they undoubtedly are when he was thrown under a train "drag nets," although commonly by a defective caboose step, was af- called '"dip" nets. The genuine dip firmed by the Court of Appeals in an net as demonstrated in court is opinion by Judge Hurt. square, with a post at each corner, and is lifted and lowered in the waIf Interested, Meet Mr. Newby. ter by means of a block and lever. The Kentuclcy Rural Credit Asso- This form of net is lawful. ciation's representative, H. E. Newby will be at Crab Orchard, Thurs- Q. & C. Wins Deserved Recognition day, Feb. 25 at hotel; Moreland, FriAt the Second Annual Exhibition day forenoon, Feb. 26 at hotel; Hus- of Safety and Sanitation Devices tonville, Friday afternoon, Feb. 26 at held at New York under the direction hotel: Danville, Saturday afternoon, of the American Museum of Safety, Feb. 27 at hotel, and desires to meet the exhibit made by the C. N. O. T. all those interested. The allotment P., and Alabama Great Southern of memberships for Lincoln county Railroad under the title of the is almost taken. Therefore if inter- Queen & Crescent Route was award15-- 2 ested call and see Mr. Newby. ed the grand prize and also a gold medal. The exhibition consisted of photographs of various devices adoptCrab Orchard Bank Buys Farm. The farm nf .T. P "RsillnWJ ed by the Queen ane Crescent Route lying on Drake's creek in Garrard for increasing the operation of the county was som at pumic outcry at road and for protecting the safety Lancaster yesterday. The Crab Or- of passengers and also the safety of chard Banking Co. bought it for employes. About one Hundred photographs were exhibited showing the $3,460. various methods adopted by this comOscar Hammer, who was caught pany along the lines of safety first. near Junction City with 18 gallons of whisky in his wagon, was fined The Jlepublican State Central $100 arid given 50 days in jail by the Committee selected Lexington as Boyle county court. the place for holding the party's platform convention June 15. "Tke Best Laxative I Know Uf" A scald burn, or severe cut heals "I have sold- - Chamberlain's Tablets for several years. People who slowly of neglected. The family that have used them will take nothing keeps a bottle of BALLARD'S else. I can recommend them to my SNOW JJNIMENT on hand is alcustomers as the best- laxative and ways prepared for such accidents. cure for constipation that I know of" Price 25c, 50c and $1.0 per bettle. writes Frank Strouee, Fruitland, Sold by Shugars' Drue 9$ore, StanIewa. Fof sale by all dealers. ford, Lyne Br., Crae Orchard. ct ng ol 113-aor- A -- i - t M The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, February 23, 1915. 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 satisfaction on the part of every one of our customers. Skin Sufferers-Rea- d! "We want all skin sufferers who have suffered for many years the tortures of disease and who have sought medical aid , in vain, to read this. We, as old established druggists of this community, wish to recommend to you a product that has given many relief and may mean the end of your agony. The product is a mild, simple wash, not a patent medicine concocted of various worthless drugs, but a scfentific compound made of well known antiseptic ingredients It is made in the D.D.D. laboratories of Chicago and is called the 9.S.D. Prescription for Eczema. This is a doctor's special prescription one that has effected many wonderful cures. The effect of D, D. D. is to soothe instantly, as soon as applied; then it penetrates the pores, destroys and throws off all disease germs and leaves the skin clean and healthy. We are so confident of the marvelous power of D. D. D. that we have taken advantage of the manufacturers guarbottle on antee, to offer you a full-siz- e trial. Tou are to judge the merits of the remedy in your own particular case. If It doesn't help yon, it costs you nothing. D. D. D. Soap is made of the same healing ingredients. Ask us it. NEW STANFORD DRUG COMPANY, STANFORD, KY. Overhead Expenses Reduced Hat and Cap Sale We are going to have a Spring Cleaning of our hat case and for two weeks we are going to give you an 'opportunity to get your Hats and Caps at a special low price. This is not a sale of out of style hats only but a sale, of every hat and cap in the house. Now listen to thisJohn B. Stetson Hats, $3.50, $4 and $5 quality, soft and stiff at two dollars and seventy live cents. Swann & Tiger $3.50 hats at $2.25. Swann & Tiger $2.50 and $3 hats for 4 days at $ .65 the $ I qualities at 75c and the $1.50 ones :for $1.00. CAPS now is your chance. Spring Cleaning Prices are 15c for the 25c caps; 35c for .the 50c ones and 65c for the $1 grade doesn't 1 1 The Interior Journal WALTON & SAUFLEY FIVE MINUTE CURE IF STOMACH IS BAD When "Pane's Diapepsin" Reaches Stomach AH Indigestion, Gas and Sourness Disappears Editors and Managers. $1 A TEAR BTBICTIiY. IN ADVANCE mt Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court House" You don't want a slow remedy at when your stomach is bad or an unStanford certain one or a harmful one vour stomach is too valuable; you mustn't injure it with drastic drugs. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its The Interior Journal is authorized speed in giving relief; its harmless-nes- s; its certain unfailing action in to announce the following candidates regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. for office, subject to the Democratic Its millions of cures in indigestion, primary, August 7th, 1915. dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomEntered at the pottoffiee tecond elatt mail matter. Stanford, Kentucky. r? Lexington, Kentucky February 24th to 27th, Inclusive Open 10 a. m. to 11 p. m. Automobile Show Beautiful' Decorations Music Admission tickets can be gotten free of cost, from all Lexington Dealers or by application at the entrance. The following makes of cars will be shown: : : : DODGE, FRANKLIN, CHALMERS, BUICK, PACKARD, HUDSON, STUDEBAKER, McFARLAN, DE- TROIT ELECTRIC, PAIGE, WHITE, MITCHELL, OVERLAND : : LEXINGTON AUTOMOBILE SHOW ASSOCIATION L n: ::::::::::: AUTOMOBILES j-- AUCTION SALE -- OF- about fifteen rebuilt and repainted used automobile touring cars and roadsters. These cars are all in fine mechanical condition, new tops, new tires and new mechanical parts having been supplied where necessary. TERMS One-fift- h down, balance easy payments on security or five per cent off of purchase price for cash. If you are in the market for a good car and miss this sale, you are doing yourself an injustice. Cars can be seen beforehand Remember the date the last day of the Automobile Show. ap-provd On Saturday, February 27th, at 1:30 p. m., we will sell Public Auction to the highest bidder, without reserve or by-bid, at PHOENIX MOTOR CAR CO. Incorporated 250 East Main Street. Lexington, Kentucky Low Prices On All Winter Goods Ladies' Coats, Men's Suits and Overcoats, Wool Blankets and Cotton Blankets ferments and sours and forms gas; causes headache, dizziness and nausea; eructations of acids and undigested food remember as soon as Pape's Diapepsin comes in contact with the stomach all distress vanishes. Its promptness, certainty and ease in The Interior Journal wants to go overcoming the worst stomach disorders is a revelation to those who on record as endorsing Gov. action in refusing to pardon try it. George Alexander, who wrecked his Nice Little Booklet. bank at Paris and caused worry, loss The Interior Journal got out for and anxiety to hundred of people, many of whom were not able to stand Bowers & Moes, the hustling real esthe loss of money. Every heart in the tate men, whose postoffice is Crab country goes out to the Alexanders Orchard R. F. D. No. 1, a pretty in the distress which has come to booklet telling of some of the splenthem. It seemed enough to have a did farms they have to sell. Write them for one. Some of their listings husband and a father a embezzler and in prison on that might interest you. fearful charge, but added to this Found Dead In Bed there comes death to add its sting to the stricken home. But this is neither John Hunter, aged about 40, rephere nor there. Gov. McCreary show- resenting the Eastern magazine, was ed his good judgment and stability found dead in his bed at a private in doing his duty under the most ad- rooming house in Somerset. Letters verse circumstances. Great pressure in his room indicate that he is a browas brought to bear to make him ther of Col. Hunter, of the United pardon Mr. Alexander, but he said States army, stationed in California. no and stuck to it. Had he failed to do so, there would have been much Gets Better Each Week disappiontment in the grand old Col. Walton's paper, the Lexing-tonia- n, man at the head of the State governgets better with each succeedment. But he did his duty. ing issue, and is full of good matter that will interest you no matter in Our good friend. Cecil Williams of what part of the State you reside. Somerset but now connected with the Somerset Herald Insurance Commissioner's offie at Let the I. J. do your job printing. Frankfort, wants the democratic nomination for Representative from DUNCAN the Pulaski-McCrear- y district. Mr. Dances are such a common thing Williams is a staunch young democrat, a fine fellow, a consistent and at this place, we seldom mention untiring worker for the party, and them, but as Miss Kathleen Duncan realizing, this, we move that he be gave to her friends a dance on Friday given something better than the emp- night we want to express our thanks ty honor of Representative from a to hei for enjoyment However, district densely republican. Nominate there were not so many Jpreser t hu: him for mayor of Somerset, or for those who were present left feeling something he would have a show of that they had enjoyed themselves better than ever before. Two of Dungetting. can's most prominent boys furnished the music, which sure was fine. Those Material must have been short with present were Miss Rosa Sims and which to point a moral when Senator George Sims, Miss Ethel Thompson, Stone, of Missouri, referred to the and Homer Sims, Misses Frankie and suicide of E. W. Lillard at Danville Anna Smith, Walter Sims, Everett in order to impress those Senators Thompson , Eugene Meade; Arthur who had failed to do their duty by Sims and Otis Vest, all of this place, voting for the Ship Purchase Bill. It and Miss Belvie Smith of New Salem is unjust to say what made Mr. LilOttis Vest of Knob Lick, is visitlard take his life, it mattt-r- s not what ing relatives at Duncan. we may think caused him to destov Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Smith and two himself. children have been with their parents Miss Delia Benedict, of Williams-tow- n came home to attend the wedHaving laid aside the Ship Pur ding of her sister, which occurred last chase Bill, Congress settled down to hurry through the measures which week. Mr, Tom .Meade has returned to will supply a billion dollars necessary to run the (aovernment the next fis- his work at Chattanuga, after spendcal year. The House passed the Pen- ing two weeks at home. Mr. Virgil Thompson, of Harlan is sion Bill carrying $164,000,000. An expected home the first of March. All amendment appropriating $160,000 his friends will be glad to welcome to be used by the President in conhim home after four months' abnection with the opening of the Pan-- a sence. ma Canal was agreed upon. Mrs. Martha Jane Wall, of this place, is very sick with rheumatism. Mr. James Wall is improving very Heard About Town slowly from a severe illness. Mr. Eads and family have moved near here. See the "Battle of Shiloh." Mr. Homer Sims has returned February 27th, at opera house. home to remain, we are glad to say. Our merchant, Mr. E. P. Claypool Walter O. Walter sold to Wallace is doing rushing business. People Walter a bay gelding for $150. come shopping from far and near. R. N. Beazley, of Paint Lick, was Hjs store is always crowded and he here today selling our merchants has to hustle. Messrs. Edgar Smith and Ernest some of his Gypsy Queen tobacco. Estes were at this place Tuesday. He was the guest of W. P. Kincaid. n Mc-Crear- y's self-confess- ed He For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX, of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county.-R."W- . KEENON, of Mercer county. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. J. For Railroad Commissioner. WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. county. John E. Neuman, of Neb-o- ach trouble has made it famous the .vorld over. Keep this perfect stomach doctor in your home keep it handy get a case from any drug large fifty-cestore and then if anyone should eat something which, doesn't agree with them ; If what they to ays like lead, nt that sound good. McROBERTS & BAILEY Corner Main and Lancaster LJ ::::::::: Special Term For Estill County A special term of the Estill Circuit Court and grand jury to investigate the dynamiting of the courthouse at Irvine has been called and Gov. McCreary has designated Circuit Judge J. W. Cammack to preside over the court beginning March 1. CAN'T i.,....., 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 .... FIND DANDRUFF ., . . . ,., , Dan-derine 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. Every bit of dandruff disappears after one or two applications of 25-ce- nt rubbed well into the scalp with bottle the finger tips. Get a drug store and of Danderine at any save your hair. After a few applications you can't find, a particle of dandruff or any falling hair, and the scalp will never itch. 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 '. Here's What You Want The People's tise What Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell The Battle of Shiloh, Saturday. 16-- 1 Farris.' HOES, rakes and garden seed at FOR SALE. Yearling Poll Angus bull. Ready for service. S. J. 16-- 2 Embry, Jr., Stanford, Ky. presents at Jewelry Store, Stanford. Wedding Mueller's mill "" L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky. FOR SALE Second hand six horse gasoline engine. J. L. BEAZ12-- tf LEY, Stanford, Ky., jack FOR SALE A or will trado for young stock. E. Allen, WaynesL.rg, Ky. Route 4. 14 4. five-year-o- ld 1915 CROPS Promise to be the most valuable in years. W. E. PERKINS ---- Ev- LOST A bunch of keys. Return to W. L. McCarty and get libertal 16-t- f. reward. 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. NOTICE. I am back in my old place of business at Carter Bros.,' stable. Will be glad to see all my old customers-- . Do wood work, tire setting and repairing of all kinds. H. D. ALDRIDGE. 14-4- 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 Kentucky t. T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Heavy Shoes, Rubbers and Felts CoaJ: 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 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 DR. J. G. CARteNTER Office in Lincoin County National Bank Building. Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-et- o, urinary, pectal, pelvic diseases, surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully tested, glasses scientifically present- GOODE & DUNKIE, Covington, Ky., can supply you with genuine Sweet Clover Seed (yellow or white bloom) at 15c to 17c per pound. This seed is not hulled and is grown in northern Kentucky. 16-- 1 bi-enn- ial ROBINSON'S Next to Lincoln County National Bank Fresh Vegetables Always on'Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various 'Kinds. Call and Get Some. . B. Campbell, Stanford. TI Blain Newland, who has resided at Mistaken Diagnosis Doctors Guess ' Wichita Falls, Texas, for some years, Wrong Again has returned and will assist in his About five years ago, I wrote to father's store. you that I had been a terrible sufferH. S. Dalton, of Lincoln county, er from kidney and bladder troubles, who has ben spending several weeks and that my physician informed me with relatives in Pulaski, left Satur- that my left kidney was in such conday for his .home. Somerset Jour- dition that there was o hope for my recovery. I was advised to try your nal. Swamp-Ro- tt as a last resort, and afThe valuable mare belonging to J. ter taking four fifty-cesize botL. Beazley, which broke a hind leg tles, I passed a gravel stone which some weeks ago, died. Mr. Beazley weighed ten grains. I afterwards forplaced the member in plaster of Par- warded you this stone. Have had no is at the time of the accident and for return of any trouble since that a while it looked as if she would be time and cannot say too much in favsaved for a brood mare, but blood or of your wonderful . preparation, Swamp-Roo- t, which cures, after phy-sicip )ison set in and did its work. fail. Very truly yours, t. F. fl. Horine, George B. Harris, traveling pasRoseboro, N. C. senger agent of the Wabash, passed through to Lancaster to visit his Route 3, Box30. Personally ' appeared before me, parents Saturday. "George," as evthis 31st day of Juy 1909, F. H. erybody knew him when he was operator in .Stanford, is get- Home, who subscribed the above ting up in the world and his many statement and cmade oath that the friends rejoice in the the progress he same is true in substance and in fact. is making. Mr. Harris' headquarters JAMES M. HALL. are at Birmingham but his territory Notary' Public. almost covers the earth. . Ke't Letter to ' George Coffey, who called in SatDr. Kilmer & Co., urday to pay for his paper another Binghamton, N. Y. j 1 year, told the I. J. that he had recently bought timber rights of Prove What Swarap-Roo- t Will Do George Davis, of Blissf ield, Mich., off ' For You ! his 300 acres of land on Green river, Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & near Jumbo, this county, and that he Co., Binghamton, N. Y.for a sample would move his mill to it soon and size bottle. It will convince, anyone. begin sawing. Mr. Coffey is one of You will, also receive "a booklet of, the few men in the country who has valuable information, telling about made good in the saw mill business. the kidneys and bladder. When writAnd there is a reason: He gives his ing, be sure and, mention the Stanwork his personal attention and fre- ford Interior Journals Regular fifty quently makes more than a hand at cent, and mre hnfloe fni ' sale at all drug, stored his mill. 274 nt -- Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. Go To Farris' For Your jack whose colts and weanlings have sold from $65 to $125 and two years of age for $200. 75 per cent, of colts, females. Also four Shetland ponies two pair of mules. JAMES G. CARPENTER, Crab Orchard, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. FOR SALE Excelsior, the noted an Garden Tools And Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. TO THE PUBLIC. tel-gra- ph STRAWBERRY PLANTS FRUITS AND SHADE TREES and our first offering of the remarkable Mammouth Pearl Potato. No Agents. Send for Catalog. H. F. HILLENMEYER AND SONS. Lexington, Kentucky. 1841 1915 INSURE Your Property in the I represent the largest and best clothing house in this Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago HI. 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 ae wow you. H. C. RUPLEY, Practutl Tailor made-to-order MEMORIALS No tribute is so appropriate as a monument, cut from enduring granite. Its stands unaltered, t unchanged, presevring a memory through the long years. I invite you to see my work and designs before you buy a monument. Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SAUN & SMITH, Agents country ! - one-doll- ar HARRY JACOBS Stanford, Kentucky STANFORD, KENTUCKY. . t i. J 1 Tr P '.' ' -' . A - .A . . t l - 1, if, Tv i V ' s " ' ' "" -- ., - The Interior Journal, StanfordKentucky. Tuesday, February 23, 1915. "SYRUP OF FIGS" FOR W First National Bank, STANFORD, KY., CONSTIPATED Delicious CHILD " In Inaugurating A SAVINGS DEPART- MENT is rendering VALUABLE SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC, and is thereby increasing its banking business. It enables persons both 1 of LARGE AND SMALL MEANS to deposit in this bank such amounts as they, desire on which they will draw three per cent, interest, Compounded Semi-Annuall- y. Start NOW by opening an account with this bank. Saving, Like Spending, Is A Habit. A Habit That Always Brings Wealth. Growing Children frequently need a food tonic and tissue builder for their good health. W. J. Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, was in the city Friday. Ex Reynolds, of Junction City, ' spent Monday here. S. was the guest of friends here Sunday. Mrs. Walter Carmen spent ThursO day with Mrs. Will Naylor at Giis the prescription for this. lbert's Creek. Penny's Drug Store. Born, to the wife of Will Naylor, of Gilbert's Creek, a fine baby girl. The little miss has been christened Minnie Marguerite. Dr. N. H. McKinney, who is pracSocial Calendar ticing deirstry at Carlifle, is in Feb. 24. Regular meeting of Wo- Louisville, taking a post graduate man's Club in club rooms at 2.30 Mrs. M"ii.inney is with him. o'clock. Mrs. J. W. Davis and little son, Feb. 25. Current Events Club who have been visiting her father, will meet with Mrs. J. S. Rice. Mr. John Beck, at McKinney, have Feb. 26th The Ladies Aid Society returned to their home at Somerset. of the Baptist church will meet with Col. and Mrs. J. B. Willis, of Crab Mrs. S. M. Saufley at 2:30 o'clock. Orchard, were here with friends All members are urged to be present. Monday and Monday night. They March 1st The Mother's Club left this morning for Richmond to will meet in the Club rooms at 2:3U visit relatives and friends. o'clock. Mr. J. E. Bruco is ip recoipt of news from Canton, rlo., that his nepMrs. Allen Ewing of Knoxville, hew and niece Mr. and Mrs. C. L passed through Saturday on her way Doty, have a fine new son at their to Garrard to visit her parents, Mr. home. The little felJow has been namand Mrs J. B. BournC. ed Stephen Lloyd Doty. ygSiia Emulsion eoniaining Hvpophosphitc Albert Phillips, of Lexington, Personal and Social cuii. CHANCE TO MAKE KENTUCKY GREATEST HOG RAISING STATE 10,000 Hogs Fattened From Slops and Distillers' Dried Grains In Daviess County Alone Last Year && Laxative" Can't Harm Tender Little Stomach, Simple; Ai Saying It; Kertc Faik Liver and Bowels It does your heart good to sea how easily and quickly any corn comes out Every mother realizes, after giving when you put "GETS-IT- " on! And then her children "California Syrup of when you've gone along for years trying laXa-tiv- e, Figs,," that this is their ideal because they love its pleasant taste and it thoroughly cleanses the Look. GETS4T' tender little stomach, liver and bowMakes els witKout griping. Cornwall When cross, irritable, feverish or Right breath is bad. stomach sour, look at Offf tongue, mother! If coated, give the a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. When its little system is full of cold, throat sore, has stomachache, diarrhea, indigestion, colic remember, a good "insides cleansing" everything, when you've sat np nights should always be the first treatment wrapping up your toes In bandages, smearing on salves that rub off or swell given. Millions of mothers keep '.'Califor- tip the corn, pasting on cotton plasters slaughtering nia Syrup of Figs" handy; they know that make corns your toes with razors, jabbing them a teaspoonful today saves a sick child knives and pruning to the quick with with tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a scissors and then you put on 2 drops of bottle of "California Syrup "GETS-IT- " and see your corn fall right Figs," which has directions for babies off wby.lt Just looks like a miracle. Just try ft. "GETS-IT- " never falls. No pain, children of all ages and grown-up- s printed on the bottle. Beware of no trouble. Use It for any corn, callus, counterfeits sold here, so don't be wart or bunion. sold by druggists every"GETS-IT- " Is fooled. Get the genuine, made by where, 25o a bottle, or sent direct by E. "California Fig Syrup Company." LawrencaMfe Co.. Chicago. Sold in Stanford and recommended W. S. Burch spent Friday in Frank- as the world's best corn cure by' Shugar's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. fort. Mrs. A. C. Hill and Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., were in Danville today. NEAL'S CREEK. Mrs. John F. Engieman is spendMrs. Edward Bailey is on the sick ing the day with Lancaster friends. list. W. H. Underwood made a businv.3 Misses Besie and Effie Daugherty trip to Louisville Friday. were over to see Miss Myrtle Daugh-ert- y J. L. Beazley and Welch Rochester Wednesday. spent Sunday with Middlesboro, relaMr. Lee Farmer, of McLean. 111., tives and friends. ha returned home after a visit and Mesdames W. A. and Ed. Price, of his cousin, Jesse Farmer returned Lancaster, were here for a short time with him yesterday afternoon. Mrs. W. R. Daugherty arrl daughMrs. C. P. Stucky, of Louisville, ter, Miss Myrtle visited her sister at was the guest last week of Mrs. G. Tumersville this week. F. DeBorde. Miss Catherine Belden was a pleasDr. Hugh Reid lost by death a ant visitor to her cousin, Mrs. Price valuable steer. He thinks that pneu- at Danville. monia was the trouble. Mrs. Jene Hutchinson and' Miss Mrs. J. H. Bustle was the guest of Oca Farmer were in Stanford Friher father, Mr. Thomas Head at Pla- day. to, who is very ill. Mr. John Raines is visiting his Mr. O. P. Newland, of Burnside, daughter. Mrs. J. J. Belden. spent several days with his son, OwsMr. Will Daugherty is ill at this ley Newland and manj friends here. writing. Mrs. Will Murphy, of Junction City Mr Oliver Singleton and Mr. Alis the sruest of her sister, Mrs. Georee bert Caldwell, of Waynesburg, were F. DeBorde. down to see Misses Oca and Chloe Mrs. J. Frank Smith, of Maysville, Farmer this week. We hope that Mr. is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. Singleton will teach our school this C. Reynolds. year for us. Mrs. J. W. Clark has been confinMrs. Durward Singleton, "of ed to her room for several days with and Miss Elsie Singleton, of a severe cold. Eubank, were to see Miss Oca FarMr. W. K. Warner and family spent mer last week. Saturday in Lexington with rela Miss Yeakey, of Hubble and Miss tives. Cletta Kirk were up to see Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mobley and son. Mrs. James Davis. W. M. Mobley, of McKinney. were Mr. Dink . Farmer was at South in town a shoi t time Saturday after-Willia- Fork to see Mr. Ben Martin this Yager, of Millersbursr Mil week. itary Institute, has been at home for Mr. Ed Stone and Miss Elsie Sinsome time suffering with rheuma- gleton were over to see Miss Oca tism. Farmer. Mrs. Annie Newland has return Mr. Dink Farmer and daughter, ed home from Lexhigton, where she Miss Chloe were in Danville to see has been the geust of her daughter, his daughter, Mrs. D. Singleton. Mrs. Marvin Adams and son, Joe Mrs. Ida Hutichinson was in StanMack Newland. ford to see Mrs. Tom Fanner this Mrs. James Mahoney and son, week. James Bernard returned to Louisville Miss Chloe Farmer was in StanSaturday after a month's visit to her ford Friday to see Mrs. J. W. daughter, Mrs. Will Naylor at Gi- "Fruit for 'GETS IT' When I Have Com" -- day afternoon with Misses Rachel and Victoria Jones'. Mr. Sloan, of Lexington, bought some lumber of Mr f last week. Mr. Will McCoy will hold a sale of livestock and household goods Feb. 25th, having purchased a farm in Grant county. Mrs. Jane Jones and Mrs. Julia Goff spent one day last week with W. V. Holbrodk and family, who returned to Pike county last Sunday. Messrs. David Walls and Jarrett Johnson were hauling lumber for Mr. Ashford Johnson last week. Mr. Goff sold a bill of lumber for a house to the man who purchased the Jack Nantz farm. Mrs. Mesa Wall and son, Mr. Ira Braswell, took dim.' at the home of Mrs. Margaret Smith last Wednesday. T. G. Bennett purchasde a- - nice stock hog of H. Goff last week. I TO STOP HEADACHE Headache usually comes from a sluggish liver and bowels. If you feel bilious dizzy or tongue is coated and stomach sour, just get a nt box of Cascarets to start your liver and bowels and your headaches 10-ce- will end. LAST CALL These Sensational Prices In Days Only. Ef- pop-eye- d, 50-ce- nt fect Feb. 25th to March 4th, Six 25 25 15 Suits, Regular Price, Worth up to $25; now Suits, Regular Price worth up to $18.50 now Dan-Danvil- le Dresses, regardless of former prices, m $5 $2.50 $2.50 (By Stephen Bolles, in Bourbon Stock Journal). can easily be made the g State in the Union. That has been demonstrated by Daviess county farmers. Last year about 10,000 hogs were fattened in that county' on distillers' slops and dried grains. So successful were the experiments greatest Kentucky hog-raisin- railroad provided switches along their lines for the use of farmers to utilize this byproduct of the distilleries for feeding & that the L., H. St L. James Johnson, of Louisville, Let the I. J. do your job printing. spent several days here last week Officially Tested with relathfs. He has a u'ee nosition PARLOR GROVE official tests of this feed have in the Falls City but has had to lay Mr. David Wall has been working been very satisfactory in every way. off for several weeks on account of on the telephone line. , It has the stamp of approval of the illness. Mr. T. J. Ellis and wife were reMrs". C. C. Williams is rapidly rebest chemists in the agricultural in covering from the injuries received cent visitors W. Stanford. world. Men from experiment-station- s Mrs. A. Jones has returned who know all about food values of dif- from a fall last week. Mrs. Mary from a pleasant visit with her broWilliams, who has been so very sick ferent grains and foods have given it all winter, is very much better and ther and family at Greenwood. the highest recommendation. Messrs. Willie Horton and Jarrett The richest agricultural States in has been sitting up some for several Johnson were business visitors in days. Mt. Vernon Signal. the Union are those which lead in hog Mr. and Mrs. James H. Baughman Stanford last week. production. Iowa, with its vast field F. M. Eubanks .was a court day of corn; Illinois, Missouri and Indiana returned Saturday from a protracted visitor in Stanford. in the order named, have thousands stay at Battle Creek, Mich., and a Mrs. Willie visit to relatives in Missouri. Both Grant county. Hundly is working in were greatly improved by theiv stay Monday Sarah Smith at Battle Creek, as their looks indi- of Miss week with Mrs. spent Wall. Mesa last cate. Their stay in Missouri was a Mr. Cooke, of Pike county, was a Mr. and Mrs. Thosnas Hughes, of recent visitor at the home of H. Clarksville, Tenn., are here visiting Goff, and purchased the Petrey friends and relatives. Mrs. HupIips homestead near Ottenheim. will be remembered here by a host of Mr. Sam Jones, of Whitley City, friends as Miss Mildred Cosby, of spent last week with his parents. Danville, who was the frequent guest Mr. Ira Braswell, of Oakdale, of her cousin, Miss Bessie Hill. Embry Beazley, wife and daugh Tenn., returned to his work last Wednesday, after a visit with home ter, Sadie Woodcock, left last week folks. for Hardin county, near Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Leeman Singleton, of town, where Mr. Beazley has rented Waynesburg a farm. Mr. Beazley yjas the superin- Mr. and Mrs. visited over Sunday at M. J. Morgan's. tendent here, and Mrs. Beazley was Messrs. A. W. Jones and H. Goff School nere, and Mis. Beazley was were visitors in Stanford last week. oar oiganist. and all will miss thera Miss Maisie Braswell spent Sun- greatly. Junction City correspondent to Danville aie.ssunger Out.-The " lbert's Creek. Come Now: Act Quick: Save Money. SEVERANCE &SON. One of the many distillers' slop-feprize winners at the Great Farmer' Barbecue at Daviess County Fair Grounds, Owensboro, Ky., May 30, 1914. hogs. Special tank cars were also pro- of rich farmers who made their money vided for the transportation of both out of hogs. They feed the raw grain to the porker and sell him at the the slops and dried grains. highest price in the biggest markets Makes Prize Winners. of the country. They have no such a great barbecue on the Owens- advantages as the Kentucky farmer At boro Fair Grounds last May, attended has. At our very doors, and at a by 20,000 farmers and feeders, there much lower cost than corn the Iowa were on exhibition scores of fine hogs and Indiana farmer feeds, we have the fattened on distillers' dried grains and feed that will produce the best pork slops, and many cash prizes were in the world. The Farmer's Opportunity. awarded. Officials from the agriculThe greatest single industry in Kentural department of the State and Federal Government were present and tucky is its distilleries. This industry made addresses on the proper care pays more taxes for the maintenance and feeding of hogs and the preven- of the State than all other manufacturing industries combined. Thoution of cholera. Specimens of distil- sands of 'tons of slops containing nulers' dried grains and slops from va- tritious, elements are rious distilleries were also on exhibi- dumped into the waste neap simply betion and their respective food value cause Kentucky feeders have ndt waked up to their opportunity. A comwere explained by experts. paratively small portion of this byFattens Quickly. product is dried and shipped to EuOne of the greatest advantages in rope to be used as dairy feed and for feeding distillers' dried grain is the fattening hogs. But fact that nothing is lost. The distil- grains why ship any of these dried to Denmark and Holland when lers remove only the we can use them here at home up. to portions of the grain, leaving an aver- the full capacity of every distillery in age of 40 per cent of protein, which the State, thereby increasing the profis the element required to fatten its of adding many stock. It has been supposed by many millions of dollars and annually to the people that the best way to fatten a wealth of the farmers of the state. hog is to feed hard corn. But corn Cheaper Feed Than Corn. in the natural state yields about 13 " per cent of protein, as much of It Farmers should sell the corn they passes through the animal undigested. raise at the high price It usually Distillers' "dried grains therefore pos- brings, and buy, for less money, more sess about three times the fattening and better feed in the form of distilproperties of natural corn. By feed- lers' dried grains. By doing this they ing these dried grains with alfalfa, can fatten more hogs at less cost and clover or other green .stuffs, hogs fat- sell them in the market for larger ten quicker and better than by the use profits. It is a simple business propoof corn alone and at very much less sition that should not be overlooked cost by the fanner. d non-fattenihog-raisin- A heavy cold in the lungs that was expected to cure itself has been the starting point in many cases of disease that ended fataly. The sensible course is to take frequent doses of BALLARD'S HOREHOUNI) SYRUP. It checks the progress of the disorder and assists nature to restore normal conditions. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Shu-"ar- s' Drug Store, Stanford, & Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. SOME DON'TS For Stomach and Liver Sufferers Don't take medicine for yoilf Stomach ailments morning, noon and night, as usually such medicines only give temporary reliei and simply digest the food that happens to be in the Stomach. Don't permit a surgical operation. There is always serious danger in operations and in many cases of Stomach, Liver and .Intestinal Ailments the knife can be avoided if the right remedy is taken in time. Don't go around with a foul smelling breath caused by a disordered Stomach) and Liver, to the discomfort of those you come in contact with. It you are a Stomach sufferer, don't think you can not be helped; probably worse case's1 than yours have been permanently restored by Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Most Stomach ailments are mainly caused by a catarrhal condition. Mayrs Wonderful Remedy not only removes the catarrhal mucus, but allays ,the chronic inflammation and assists in rendering the entire "alimentary and intestinal tract antiseptic, and this is the secret of its marvelous success. Don't suffer constant pain and agony and allow your stomach ailments to physically undermine your health. No matter how severe j'our case may beior how long you have suffered one dose of Mayrs Wonderful Remedy should .convince you that you can be restored to neaitn again. Alayrs wqnaertul Remedy has been taken and is highly recommended by Members of Congress, Justice of the" Supreme Court, Educators, Lawyers, Merchants, Bankers, Doctors, Druggists, Nurses, ..Manufacturers,'. 'Priests, Ministers,. Farmers and people ' in all walks of life. Send for FREE valuable booklet ota Stomach Ailments to Geo. H Mayis'' 6 Whiting St., Chicago, III Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is sold by leading druggists everywhere' wHl ! positive understanding that youiOByt will be refunded without question or' quibble if ONE bottle fails 'to five satisfaction. ' , . 154-15- Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT ARTICLES EGGS ENERGY 10 CENTS WILL BUY r- - The Great Civil War Picture, Saturday. 16-- 1 Peterson Bernard Peterson, age 20, and Miss Laura Gilliland, 17, both popular people of the Southern section of Lincoln, were joined heart and hand at Dr. D. M. Walker's by that gentleman Sunday, day. "Coming events cast their shadows before." This is especially true of bilious attacks. Your appetite will fail, you will feel dull and lanquid. If you are subject to bilious attacks take three of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon as these symptoms appear and the attackNmay be warded off. For sale by all dealers. Shane Davis Dabney Davis, a clever old widower of the East End, was married Sunday to Mrs. Nellie Shane, a comely and popular widow. The then prospective groom was in the Interoir Journal office Friday, hut didn't say a word about his intentions, or 'we might have had the item Friday. When you feel out of sorts from coMti- -, pation, let ua say that if How to Prevent Bilious Attacks Gilliland BEEF, sirloin MUTTON, leg MILK PORK, loin - 385 410 445 1030 1030 1117 BREAKFAST FOODS CHEESE BUTTER RICE POTATOES 1185 1365 'BEANS, dried WHEAT FLOUR 2025 2950 3040 6540 Energy Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities 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. g ' - Oar Advice Is: 5teftofe Qtd&tBXetL do not relieve you, see a physiciaa, because no other home ranwy will. Bold only by ve, 10 cento. Penny's Drug SVtra, : J. H. Baughman & Co. I ,'-,--; LET'S MAKE KY. THE BIGGEST HOG RAISING STATE (ADVERTISEMENT) j Wi ' u ;. yeu-absolut" e " l J . Stanford, Kentucky . - lJJliJI wjv&m L a . , . , .?'.-- V,' i v" ,t . '" ' - - . n - , v - - ' . X. 4 u V -- V 'ft .', .scffr i t ., A- The Interior Journal, Stanford, 'Kentucky. Tuesday, February 23, 1 91 5i -- , THE Weatherford Co's Big Clearance Sale HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. 1 In order to reduce our stock and make room for our Spring Goods, which will arrive soon, we have decided to offer the following bargains, commencing SATURDAY, FEB. 27th, and running to MARCH 6th: Best Amoskeag Outings 8 Indian Head Bleach Muslin, 5 c value 5c 12c All standard brands of Calico, per yard l-- 3c Manchester Percales, 2c values, per yard Standard Ginghams, 2c values, per yard Apron Ginghams, at per yard, bleached, per yard Pepperell Sheeting brown, per yard Pepperell Sheeting, Indian Head Bleach Muslin, 2?c value 1 1 1 0-- 4, 9c 9c ;6c Hope Bleach Muslin, 0c value 1 8 l-- 3c 9-- 4, 25c 21c 10c 1 Hoosier Brown Domestic, 8 3c value All Dress Goods, 25c values All Dress Goods, 50c values All Dress Goods, $1.00 values All Dress Goods, $1 .50 values, 1 -- 6c 18c .... 35c 75c $1.00 Extra Nice Damask Table Linen $ .25 value $1.00 Extra Nice Damask Table Linen $1 .00 value 80c All Napkins 20 per cent off Extra nice line of Blankets 25 per cent off Men's Women's and Children's Under20 per cent off wear, 1 In fact we are cutting prices of nearly everything in Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Underwear, Shoes, Hats, and Household Goods, including Druggets, from 10 to 50 per cent., and you will make a mistake if you don't take advantage of this sale. These reduced prices are for Cash Only, and no goods will be charged or sent out on approval. Bring us your Produce. THE WEATHERFORD COMPANY, HUSTON VlLLE, KY. f 1 cannot eat this or that food, it does Dot agree with me." Our advice to all of them is to take a People Say To Us before and after each meal. 25c a box.' Penny's Drug Store. Here is a Machine Every Farmer Needs. Come in and Look at it. W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, KY. Farm and Stock News At the Duroc hog sale of J. 0. Duncan, of Marion county, 14 sows bred to Pal's Premier, a boar for which Mr. Duncan paid $800 last fall, averaged $93.10. Forty-eigother sows sold at an average of $54.70. The top price of the sale was $200. J. W. Snider and &. L. Makiii, of Shelby county, sold thrity head of ht cenvng twr -- year-old nare mules at an average of $l45a he.ii On1 span brought $382.50, which was the highest price of the sale. The buyers were from Shelby and Spencer counties. Hubble & EubanXs sold Friday to Maurice Wei1., son of" Simon Weil, the big Lexington buyer, 49 head of fat beeves wich Frank Smith has ber-feeding for these well known farmers. Weil was here earlier in. n the week and inspected the steers which ore in prinie condition and will weigh about 1,2(0 pounds. He will ship them direct to Philadelphia Weil, paid seven and a quarter cenls a pound for them. Walter Martin, of Turnersville, bought a nice cow from James Sluder below McKinney, las week, for which he gave $50. Squire J. K. Helm, of the West End, who was in town Monday for he road meeting of the fiscal court, says that the good weather recently has greatly improved the prospects for his lamb crop. He now figures that he will have a lamb to the ewe. Foot and mouth disease was discovered among a herd of 984 cattle, valued at $60,000, in pens of the Anderson-Nelson distillery at Loisville; in a herd of eighteen cattle in Oldham county, and among a lot of hogs in Jefferson county. Floyd and Clark counties, Ind., quarantined against Jefferson county and the situation is considered most serious. Commissioner of Agriculture Newman said county grand jury that would result in wholesale indictments against butchers and traders for violation of quarantine regulations. tpent Go ernment veterinnnatis Sunday inspecting tlie rnight & Mat-ting$00,000 hrd -- f 912 steers being slopped at a Louisville distillery in which infection was discovered last week. Approximately 150 .cattle were inspected. Somerslng over 10 per- cent, were found infected. The cattle are in a comparatively dark place, and the inspection was carried on with the aid of dark lanterns. Efforts will be made to finish inspecting the entire Knight & Mattingly herd at once, and to slaughter all the healthy cattle. The slaughtering is being done at the plant of the Story Louisville Packing Company, ave., and Pocahontas, which has been idle for a couple, of years, and was leased for this special purpose. Dr. Houchjaid. that all the cattle in the Knight & Mattingly herd would be subjected to- - rigid examination, and that there would be no possibility of any affected animals being eaten. "Take tl& animals inspected and a large percentage of then wore absolutely .sound," he said. "Their hoofs and mouths were examined and their temperatures were taken. Then those which were passed will be subjected to another inspection. All the Knight.& Mattingly herd which is being slaughtered will be shipped out Jefferson ly to-da- he would lay information before the of Louisville. Refrigerated cars are ready to receive the beeves as fast as thyy arc-- dressed. Col. Josh Wilson, of Crab Orchard, has been buying up a bunch of shoats to feed at his farm, in the East End. He has been paying about six cents a pound for what he has bought so far. From Henry Delaney he bought half a dozen that averaged 100 pounds; from J. M. Brummett eight of the same weight; from Jim Taylor five, same weight; from John Snodgrass, four that averaged 120 pounds; from Henry Playforth, a pigs. couple of hundred-poun- d PUBLIC SALE Of Real and Personal Property I Will on HUSTONVILLE ROLLER MILLS FOR SALE. SATURDAY, MARCH 6 th, 1915 at Produce Wanted ! I will still continue to buy your CHICKENS, EGGS and HIDES alt the y, Highest Market Prices, at The Garage on Cut Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. Phone 263. my barn in Hustonville, Ky., beginning at 10 o'clock a. m.,- - sell at Public Auction, the following described property: One tract of land containing 18 acres, located inside the limits of the town of Hustonville, all in grass, good tobacco barn and plenty of water; also 1 good brood mare; 1 good driving pony, 8 years old; 1 coming yearling horse combined gelding; mule; 1 1 combined gelding; 1 Jersey cow, will be Iresn in May, subject to register; I Duroc sow and pigs subject to register; 5 coming yearling calves; also, I will offer my tract of land all in the town limits of Hustonville, all in grass and a good tobacco barn, 72x36, water at the wagbarn, about 18 acres; 1 on; 1 hack; 1 runabout; 1 cart; 1 turning plow, good as new 1 cultivator; 1 harrow; 1 mowing machine, 1 corn drill; 1 hand tobacco setter; some harness; 1 self feeder crank cutting box; 1 piano, good as new; 1 big swing stable lamp. DUDE JAKMAN, 12-t- As agent for the D. M. Lipps heirs, I will sell privately the Hustonville Roller Mill and Electric Light Plant. capacity; is The mill has a in good running order and shape and makes a splendid flour It. has always been a money-make- r; is located in a splendid farming and wheat raising section, a good town and the environment could not be better. The electric light plant is run in connec-- i tion with the mill, lights the town and supplies private residences and pays a handsome profit. If you are looking for a money-makin- g proposition, nvestigate this, as it will be sold at oargain. Terms will be made right. W. D. NAVE, Agent, Hustonville, 75-bar- rel How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. F. J. We. the undersigned, have known Cheney for the last 13 years, and believe him perfectlv honorable In al! business transactions and llnanclally able to carry out any obligation made by his firm. NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo. Ohio. Is taken Internally, acJlns Hall's Catarrh Care directly upon the bkxid and mucuus surfaces of d Hustonville, Ky. the system. Testimonials smt free. Price cents per bottle. Sold by all Drussists. Take Hall's Family Pl'Is for constipation. AND AGAIN WE LEAD THIS WEEK The Highest Price Baskets, of any Size, Sell Over Our Floor. 235 Pounds at $42.00 per Hundred. Over 800 Pounds Sell for Over $40.00 per Hundred - ' '. Mr. Will Scott, of Jessamine County, an old Boyle County man, breaks all records, selling his entire crop,' 6,030,pounds for $1,421.22 at a grand aver age of $23.57. Five baskets, over 800 pounds selling for over $40.00 per hundred pounds. This is the finest crop sold over any market in the State this year. With the best lighted house in the State; the best auctioneer in Kentucky and with an office and d floor force unsurpassed, we are able to do a little better for you than anyone else. Here are a few of the good averages made die past week. Call them up over the phone. They will verify every statement we make. We can do as well for y$u if you have the "goods:" King & Harmon, Boyle, 3225 lbs., $430.49, average, ,............,...:....J.V: -- Curd & Riley, Lincoln, 2050 lbs., 295.19, average . .. D. W .Lynn, Lincoln, 2095 lbs., J. H. Combs, Jessamine, 5405 lbs., ? $14.40 . r. ' i $13.00; $753.05, average ....$14.00 $23.57 $13.00 $274.20, average Reid & Wilder, Lincoln, 3295 lbs., 46 .30, average 1 ....$13.10 ir Eubanks & Wilder, Boyle, 2975 lbs.,' $520.39, average . A W. K. Davis, Garrard, 2220 lbs., $294.62, average ...- -. ..llUJS $13.30 Scott & Scott, Jessamine, 6030 lbs., $ ,42 .22, average 1 1 l $14.00 Wo,ods& McCarty, Jessamine, 4500 lbs., $574.77, average PLEASE REMEMBER, WE SPLIT NO COMMISSIONS WITH ANY ONE. WE TREAT EVERY SELLER ALIKE LARGE OR SMALL, AND TRY TO DO BUSINESS LEGITIMATELY. YOU MIGHT GET MORE MONEY EVENW, YOU PAID FULL COMMISSIONS. PLENTY OF PURE TESTED WHITE BURLEY SEED FREE TQ YOU FOR THE ASKING. WRITE OR PHONE US (No! 233) AT OUR EXPENSE, AT ANY TIME. Danville lobacco Warehouse Co. (INCORPORATED) ::::::::: H. C. BRIGHT, PRESIDENT !! WALNUT w . StREET-JDANVILL- E, j& H - 'I ,0 .",-- -- JU . li - ii St- - - u ir: KY. ALLEN HIEATT, SECRETARY