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All of the crew of the Western Coast were landed" at Portsmouth safely. The British steamer Harpolian, from London for Newport News, without cargo, has been torpedoed. She was struck amidship off Bushy Head. Three of the crew, Chinamen were killed. Russian troops have reinvaded and recaptured Sadagora, on the railroad fouz miles north of Czernowitz. Austrians are pushing up their troops toward Czernowitz to meet this new Russian attack. Bu-kowi- na Tuesdays and Fridays DEPUTY COLLECTOR SAUFLEY CATCHES MORE BOOTLEGGERS Raid by Uncle Sam's Officers Late iHUSFONVILLE ELECTION OFFICERS ARE INDICTED -- Grand Jury Changes Two Officer . With Having Refused to Receive Legal Vote in Last Primary. xvo mdictmerts sational character thirty which the igrand jury turned rr - ! , '&li&agg8Smm$ 5&feHaBMwli' BflWPP" ' Shot His Stepfather. J. C. W. Beckham won Hubert Naylor, colored, aged about democratic senatorial "nomination the 15, shot his stepfather, George Cofover A. O. Stanley and J. B. fey, in the breast last night, inflictThe two men indicted were ing an ugly, but not dangerous officers in Hustonville precinct No. wound. Coffey and his wife had sepfor malicious cutting; one for in1, Mr Carson serving as democratic arated and he had been ordered not juring public property; two for carjudge of the election and Mr. Bell, to go to the home again. Last night rying a deadly weapon concealed; judge of republican the as he forced his way into the house, one for unlawfully drawing a check; the election. The indictments brought HUBBLE. which is "on the creek," and raised and two for unlawfully refusing to against them charge them with in Farmers have' been a cane as if to strike Naylor's mother. receive legal votes when officers of week or more,; as the. busy for a "unlawfully refusing to receive a leweather has At this juncture the boy fired. He election. gal vote when officer of election." vvork. Mr. Thomas No Grounds to Hold Aldridge. gave himself up and Judge Bailey The grand jury made a 'careful in- been fine for .house by outgrowth These indictments are Bourne lost his fire held him under $100 until his trial toT. N. Aldridge, of this city, for- spection of the courthouse and jail Friday night. It caught from on last of factional feeling in the west end a bad morrow, if Coffey is able to appear and reported them kept in splendid flue. Attorney; Ben Smith, of this county. Prominent citizens merly solicitor for a New Albany liSomagainst him. He gave bond with there say that some thirty known quor house and J. H. Fisher, of New condition by Jailer DeBorde. A few erset, was here'Saturday and of Sunday John Cook as bondsman. privilege Albany, were cited to appear before repairs were recommended. democrats were refused the sisters, Mrs. J. M. and Lee Court has been busy with civil visiting hisMiss ;Mary of voting in the senatorial primary U. S. Commissioner W. S. Lawwill in Rankin. Pettus will $100 for Wayne County Slayer. they had not sup- Danville this week for investigation cases mostly this week. A jury school here March 1st and finishopen on the ground that the Gov. McCreary has offered a reTurners-vill- e ported all of the democratic nominees as to alleged sales of liquor without awarded Sam Helm, of the term. She ward of $100 for the arrest and consection, $75 damages against W six month's bad weather.had closed on county election in 1913. government license. After a comin the last account of Mrs. R. G. viction of John Marcum, who, it is Learning that they would probably plete investigation Commissioner E. McAfee, of near Shelby City, for Pettus and sister, Stella, of Preach-ersvillalleged in a letter written by County right to vote in the Lawwill discharged them as it was shooting and wounding a fine fox be refused the visited Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Judge J. S. Sandusky, of Wayne primary, they secured from Attor- shown they acted merely as solici- hound belonging to Mr. Helm. Spoonamore Sunday. Mrs. G. A. county, went into a field where Chas. W. C. Shanks, of Stanford, was Swinebroad ha's an opinion that tor for a New Albany house and the ney General Garnett been verv with Roach was working Saturday and the if they had supported a majority of courts have held that orders so taken awarded $72 damages against hay, L. pneumonia, but is recoveringillslowly. struck him dead with a club. Mara Miss Fay King has a very the preceding elec- do not constitute sales in prohibition & N. railroad for damage to the nominees at sore arm cum is in Tennessee, Judge Sandusky tion, they were entitled to partici- territory, where no money is paid, the barn and other property by high wa- as a result of vaccination. Mrs. Farwrote. pate in the democratic promary' fol- remittance being made by the buyer ter, caused by a new abutment being ris Fitzpatrick and Mrs. D. L. lowing. However, the election off- to the New Albany or other firm not placed in the railroad bridge over Spoonamore went over to Marcellus HUSTONVILLE. icers refused to permit a number to in dry territory. Similar ruling were Logan's Creek at Rowland. to Mrs. The suit of Riffe & Jones against kinsee their mother,RankinJ. C. RanMrs. J. D. Burton, who has been-vote, and these indictments brought made by Judge Hardin in circuit has been the McKinney Deposit Bank, in which very Sunday. Mrs.days. quite ill, is reported some better. hy the grand jury, were sought to court here last week. sick several plaintiffs claimed that they had the Dr. Chase had quite a delegation to test the matter, the cases of two well made a number of deposits for which call on him from Junction City Sun' of that section being Rook Club Entertained. known citizens Inspection 'jrain Passes South. the bank had failed to give them day afternoon. Thieves Active Near Parksville. cited, and the indictments being The inspection train of the L. & N., Mrs. William Severance entertain- credit, was decided in favor of the bearing Superintendent C. W. Adams and John B. Riffe arbased upon the refusal of the election E. E. Snyder, Thieves created some little excite- rived home from Lock No. 21, on officers to permit Livingston Cooper ed the Rook Club most attractively bank. The $30,000 damage suit of Ed Chief Dispatcher, T. J. Morrison, and ment at Parksville late last week. Cumberland river Saturday, after .and Sam McKinney, prominent farm- at her home on Logan avenue Tuesday afternoon. George Washington Nolan against the Cincinnati South- Train Master! W. O. Dilly and other They first visited Mr. W. C. White's spending several days there fishing. ers and democrats, to vote. It is big officials; passed South Friday. It understood that the election officers colors were used in the decorations ern railroad, for injuries sustained stopped at ,Sjtanford some 30 min hen house. .Two men were seen by They brought home a nice lot of fish. members of held that as these men did not sup- in honor of the Father of his Coun- to the plaintiff's leg, is on trial in utes ana me gentlemen took a look at was shining. the family, as the moon One caught by Mr. Adams weighed Before Mr. White 12 pounds. They caught 50 pounds democratic candidates for try's birthday, and a salad course was court now. Attorneys Robert Hard- things. port the 1 could load his shotgun they were at in all. Sheriff, County Judge and Coiinty served most attractively at the con- ing, John W. Rawlings, and Emmet such a distance the shot would not Sidney Brown, of East Main street Attorney in the last county election, clusion of the games. The guests of Puryear, of Danville, and P. M. J. H. Fitch&X A. of the L. of Stanford, represent the with headquartersF. at Lexington,& N., reach them. Mr. White telephoned has two very sick daughters. The they were not entitled to vote in the the club on this occasion were Misses and primary. The indictment, based on Mary Bruce, Sue Rout, Sue Woods plaintiff, and Attorney K. S. Alcorn F. L. Salisbury, T. F. A., of the same to Danville for the bloodhounds. younger nas typnoiu ievsr ana is and Mrs W. C. Shanks. Those mak- the railroad. one quite ill, Policeman the case of Mr. Cooper, sets forth ing road and withjthe same headquarters. Jailer Timoney and and did notJack taken sick while the aother home has Keefe were delayed the highest scores were arwhile on Distillery Dynamited. to visit in full and reads as folthe matter John B. Foster, R. T. Bruce Corbin Y. M. C. A. Building Burned. were here with Agent J. S.. Rice. . rive for about two and one-ha- lf see her sick sister, but is much imlows: A distillery which belonged to John hours. The dogs took the trail, but proved now. and W. A. Tribble. What Indictments Set Forth. and Ed The L. & N.. Y. M. C. A. building To the Voter's of Lincoln County. it was lost. On the same evening Baptist church is now without where Oldham, of Sand Lick Springs The In announcing myself as a Candi- two thieves entered Adair, Cumberland and Russell Commonwealth of Kentucky W, F. Goode Loses $7,500 Damages. at Corbin, a large and handsome date for the Nomination for Clerk W. S. Armstrong. the corn crib of a preacher. Mrs. J. H. Woods and chil- counties meet, was blown to pieces by February Lincoln Circuit Court, frame structure, burned, entailing a Mr. and Mr. Armstrong A dispatch from Frankfort this heavy loss, .but hurting no one. of the LincuiCourity Circuit Court, was away from home, but his sons dren, of Stanford, were the week-en- d an explosion of dynamite. A shack Term, 1915 Indictment against Evweek said: A verdict fov $7,500 subject to tije; action of the Demo saw two men near the barn. They guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. in which whisky was sold also was erett Carson and Tom Bell. destroyed with 100 gallons of spirits. cratic Party ft the Primary to be filled a sack with corn before the Emnjett McCormack. The Grand Jury of the County of damages awarded in the Lincoln CirCRAB ORCHARD. held oitthe It' Saturday in August young men could secure a gun. They Lincoln in the name and by the au- cuit Court to W. F. Goode, a flagman, Mrs. Will Pepples and Mrs. Dan The boiler, still and other fixtures Mrs. thority of the Commonwealth afore- whose heel was cut off by a Cincin- Mayme Claudia Holdman and Miss 1915, vC dp 'si ig mat i am quai-duti- were escaping on horse back. Sev- Traylor, of Stanford, spent Saturday were scattered in every direction. The returned Wednesday from ified to exect; Tom nati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific of the said eral shots were fired at them but they and Sunday with Mrs. Traylor's par- Oldham brothers estimate their loss said accuse Everett Carson and fcness and dispatch. succeeded at $1,500. They ordered bloodBell of the crime of unlawfully train at Ludlow, was reversed by the New Orleans where they have been omce-witin getting away with the ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dunn. vy one has a better corn. I dWnot wilfully, feloniously and corruptly, Court of AnDeals Wednesdav in an for a month and a half with Mr. and Bryan Owens encountered a Dr. O. S. Williams sold his auto to hounds from Hustonville. while an officer and judge of election, opinion by Judge Carroll. This was Mrs. John Carson. They report a de claim,bn thii lation than I have. burglar near the barn on the farm of Rev. A. H. Baugh for ?300. refusing to receive a legal vote and Jthe second appeal. Previously a ver-- lightful visit. it isan ,0 Mrs. C. R. McCormack and son, of County Court Can't Fine Over $100. J,Mrs. Alice Johnson, the burglarjfir-- f oa jfaavjnff'j&vxtS? ',nerimt aTIegal '.&..ia-- hr h?Jfia-aMr.-an. . ...,.-,-- . . ysfLT the guests The tict of 1914 conf erring raaaaaj ffrvening in on it; the only claim 1 have, is the ingMr; Owens' and' the'itair p?Sr 'Danville, were McCormack of commiixea in rmanneran Mrs. Emmett ?eP Brown- - 'aught. for the county courts, except in counties honor of Miss Myrtle Jones, of Lon- merer fact that I have an ambition to lng inrougn nis nat. follows": The; said' Everett' 'Carso'if week-enhaving continuous sessions of the cirdon, who has been her guest for sevand Tom Bell in the County and Mr. J. B. Riffe entertained at an cuit court, concurrent jurisdiction to Miss Luna Brown, the pretty eral weeks. The young folks had a serve the Lincoln County people as PREACHERSVILLE. day of daughter of Jesse Brown, of the East Clerk of their Circuit Court. State aforesaid on the elaborate supper recently in honor of try misdemeanor cases where the fine August, 1914, and before the finding End, and Charles Vaught, son of M. splendid time and regret to see Miss I will, if given this Nomination Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thompson and Messrs. S. A. Walker and Walter is over $100, violates the provision of Jones leave. and Elected, give my personal atten- children of this indictment, did unlawfully and W. Vaught, of Boyle, were married the constitution requiring the jurisMrs. Daisy Hunt has been sick with tion to the duties of the office, and and Mrs. are visiting his parents, Mr. Owsleyl T. J. Thompson. wilfully and feloniously and cor- in this city Wednesday, by Dr. D. M. A good crowd attended the skating diction of county courts to be unia deep cold for several days, but is will conduct the office according to ruptly, while they and each of them Walker. They are both infants in Messrs. Woodson Carpenter, Bert rink at the opera house last Satur- form and is void, said the Court of the Law and the Oath which I take, were officers and judges of election, the eyes of the law and had to have better. Appeals this week affirming the Lee Miss Emma Farris has been quite living as I do, under the shadow of Holtzclaw and Owen Duvall left last day night. at Hustonville No. 1 Precinct in Lin- certificates from their fathers. The sick with a cold, but is able to be out Mr. John Dye and wife, of near Circuit Court in the case of Green week for Indiana. coln county, Kentucky, and charged groom is 20 and the bride 19. the Court-Housam able to be at I Mrs John Richardson has been McKinney, were the guests of their Kilbourne against S. K. Chapman. again. with the duty of conducting fairly the office at any and' all times. daughter, Mrs. Gilmore Burton Satvery sick of pneumonia. Magee has been sufferMrs. Kate and properly an election then being I do not feel that I need any inurday and Sunday. The Battle of Shiloh, tomorrow, ing with vertigo for some days. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Fred Bell has returned here after held in said precinct, and being then troduction to the Voters Dr. 0. S. Williams went to Lexing- Saturday night, at the Opera House. Mr. and Mrs. Willis went to Rich- County, where I was born of Lincoln spending several days with his broand there officers and judges of elecH. H. Padgett, PlfT. and rearton Sunday to see his mother, who is mond Monday to see Mrs. Willis' ed. You have had ample opportuni- ther, John Bell, at Corbin. tion in said precinct in Lincoln vs. there atthe home of her daughter, $200 for Men Wanted In Jackson. mother, who is quite ill. county, in the official primary electies to observe, how and in what manRoberta Padgett, etc, Defts. Miss Allie Mae Thompson was vis- Mrs. Fra"nk Mansfield, quite ill. They Upon the request of County Judge tion then and there held and being Pursuant to a judgment rendered so Mrs. Charles Garner, who has been ner, I have conducted my other polit- iting Misses Edna and Eunice Brown. hope to bring her home the last of very sick, seems to be some better. ical Campaigns as well as my private held under the laws of the State of by the Lincoln Circuit Court at its J. D. Spurlock, of Jackson county, the week. Miss Tory Anuc-viro:was visiting Kentucky in said Precinct, County November term 1914, in above styled Her sister, Mrs. John Henry of Tenn- business here in your midst for the her cousin, Misy Mabel Ehnore. A traveling show will be at the op- Gov. McCreary has offered a reward past Twenty Years. and State, for the nomination of cause the undersigned Commissioner, essee is with her. era house all week and the skating of $200 for the arrest of August and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Begley, who, Judge Spurlock candidates for the Democratic and will on It is true, I have gone down in de- and children wereRichard Williams rink will be held after the show. MT. ZION. visiting her parRepublican parties, to be voted for indicted in his but in so doing, I have the comMonday, March 8, 1915. feat Mrs. Emmett McCormack and said, have been Mack Gipson. counat the regular November election in County Court day at 1:30 o'clock P Their fort of knowing that I lived up to ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cummins. daughter, left Thursday for Phoenix ty for killing Mr. Henry Murrell writes that they 1914 for the offices of United States M. Mr. Roy Maston, of Shelby City, Ariz., to spend several months with whereabouts are not known. each and every pledge and agreement like Illinois fine. in front Senator from the State of Kentucky in Stanford, of the courthouse door that I made, and near as possible visited in this vicinity recently. her son, Milton 'McCormack. There was prayer meeting to fill out the balance of the unex- public outcry Ky., offer for sale, at Simpson's last Sunday, and at Oscar fought out my campaigns on high MIDDLEBURG. Mr. William Sprinkles has been will be tone principles. to the highest and best pired term of W. O. Bradley, devisiting his daughter, Mrs. F. L. Rev. R. C. Kimble, of Burgin, will Money For Farmers'. prayer meeting at Mr. Wm. Thomp To those that have supported me Thompson. ceased, and for the next succeeding bidder the following described land We can secure you loans from preach at the Baptist church here near King's Mountain, Lincoln coun- son's Sunday at two o'clock. in the past, I have nothing but kind Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Naylor were $2,000 to full term in said office as a Senator ty, Kentucky, Rev. is quite ill his $40,000 for 5 described in metes at Sunday. of the United States from the State bounds as follows: Beginning and childrenJohn Elder been called and his feelings, and I only hope that you visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. low rate of interest, on years mort-a A correspondent of the Glasgow have all to first at a may see your way clear to support John Naylor. of Kentucky; said officers and judges stone and poplar, an old us rifc nnw Times, tells of a farmer of his seceatre. Sen or vrit corner to the bedside. me in this race, for which I assure Mesdames Effie Thompson and Su- Phone No. of election having been duly and letion that sold 1,700 pounds of toBorn, to gally appointed by the Board of Elec- N 16 W survey thence a new line a fine son. the wife of James Adams, you I will be very grateful indeed. sie Parrish were guests of Mrs. J. W. roasourg, 51. Rue & Curry, Har- - bacco and had just nine cents left 17-- 3 82 poles to a stone, in old Ay. tion Commissioners of Lincoln Coun- line, thence In closing this announcement I Brown. after paying expenses. With the adMr. Wm. Thompson was the guest the old line of same ty under and in accordance with the wish to say, I have never failed to Mrs. Ona Naylor and son, Charley dition of one extra penny which he survey N 87 4 W 52 poles to a of his father-in-laBryant Brown support each and every Nominee COMMISSIONER'S SALE laws of the State of Kentucky to stone and White Oak pointers, had in his pocket he purchased a of spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Saturday night. thence W. L. McCarty, Plaintiff, serve in said Precinct at said Primary S 1 2 W 80 poles to stone, cor- last the Democratic Party since I have Mrs. Grover Gastineau. dime's worth of "store tobacco" and Mr. and Mrs. White a vs. Mr. and Mrs. Meade Gill were visElection on the day, aforesaid, and ner to W. H. Dobbin's thence S 89-1- Mr. Bryant Brown George the guestsand been a voter; when I go in to vote in Notice of Sale. went home and began preparations were of having been duly appointed and J. W. Caldwell etc, Defendants. for another crop. E 80 poles to the beginning con- Mr. and Mrs. John Sowards last Sun- November Elections, I put the "X" iting Mr. and Mrs. William Naylor, qualified, and being then acting as Pursuant to a judgment rendered under the Rooster, that is good of near Stanford. Our local weather prophets are day. 33 Miss Ella Rigsby was yisiting the in the above styled action at the predicting all kinds of foul weather such judges and officers of election, taining landacres of land. purpose Born, to the wife of James Lamz, enough for me. Said is sold for the of February term 1915 of the afore- to follow the pretty days of last and by reason thereof charged with dividing proceeds among In the Primaries, I never fail to Misses Ballard. the heirs a fine baby girl. Rev. Rogers filled his regular ap- said court the undersigned Commis- week. But they are miserable comthe duty of accepting the votes of herein and is sold on a vote in each and every race, and in Mr. credit all legally qualified voters offering months, purchasers to execute of six into hisCharles Thompson has moved mose wnere i nave been a candidate, pointment here Sunday and Sunday sioner will on forters, to say the least. new house. bond Monday, March 8,1915 to vote in said election; and while so bearing I have Miss Ruby Fogle has returned for Mr. Green Adams is on the sick ponent.never failed to vote for my op- night. interest at the rate six per qualified and acting the defendants cent, Miss Ruby Parrish was visiting the at about 1:30 o'clock P. M. in front a long stay with Danville relatives. per annum from date until paid list. did as aforesaid unlawfully, wilfully, Misses Anderson. of the court house in the city of StanI beg to remain, very truly, Meredith Francis of King's MounMr. Wren lien feloniously and corruptly refuse to with approved personaltosecurity, pay- build a A. A.house. is preparing to ford, Kentucky, offer for sale at tain was here last week. JESSE D. WEAREN. new on secure receive the vote of Livingston Cooper retained saidland sold ANOTHER LINK WITH ROWLAND public outcry to the highest and best Mr. and Mrs. Jason Coffey went to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Smith were bond. Witness my hand who was a duly and legally qualified ment of bidder the following described real Cincinnati the early part of the week. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. 1915. E. voter in said Precinct and entitled this February 17, L. C. C. D. PEN- Smith last Sunday. Services at the Presbyterian church Rowland Citizens Add Their Praise estate in Lincoln county, Kentucky. They will be absent several days buy15-- 3 on the waters of Green river, and ing their spring stock of goods. Sunday, Feb. 28: Sunday School at to vote therein, and who offered to NINGTON, M. C. The Holiness people will soon have vote therein and who was at the Another link with our neighboring bounded and described as follows, 9:30; Morning Worship, 11 o'clock; Mrs. V. T. Wilson went to ChattaDr. 60 years their church ready to hold their meet- C. Beginning at John G. Elliott's nooga Monday to consult an Indian time he so offered to vote a legal and a W. R. Grissom, aged of Adair, ings in. E. Meeting at 6:30; Evening Wor- town of Rowland is provided in the prominent physician town of the following grateful and. notheast corner, thence with his line doctor that is said to be affecting voter possessing all the qualifications is dead. Mrs. Ben Lamb was the guest of ship, 7o'clock. n to J. S. Mobley line thence with three some wonderful cures there. required by law, and was a male citPlans are being made for revival generous statement of a Mrs. Ida Thompson last week. izen of said Precinct and County and services at the Baptist church here, resident there, Mr. John T. Barnett, of J. S. Mobley's lines to a beech, D. Dr. and Mrs. Hillis Weddle, of Mrs. Barbara Thompson visited her Your Cold Is Dangerous to begin about the middle of March. carpenter, who says: "I have used S. Johnson's corner, thence with his Hustonville, visited the family of C. State, over 21 years of age, and had parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Break It Up Today Dr. Winbourn, a prominent minister many medicines in the past few line to a white oak on the side of the C. Compton Sunday. Mrs. Weddle at said time resided in the State of last Sunday. Kentucky continuously for more than A Cold is readily catching. A runof 'Louisville, will do the preaching. years, but I- - must say that Doan's branch, formerly Thomas Reynolds' was formerly Miss Mollie Tilford, Mrs. Watson has one year and in Lincoln County con- down system is susceptible to Germs. her daughter, Mrs. been the guest of The Young People's Societies of Kidney Pills was the only one that line thence with the old Reynolds line daughter of Rev. and Mrs. W. G. d, Nannie Smith. tinuously for more than six months, You owe it to yoursef and to others the different churches will have a Un- gave me relief. My work calls for to the. beginning, containing 140 of Eubanks. Mr. Wm. Thompson is in Danville ion Service, Sunday evening, and in Hustonville Precinct No. 1 of your household to fight the Germs with his tobacco. A Mr. Hatfield of Highland, Lin28, heavy lifting and much stooping. This acres of land more or less. continuously for more than sixty at once. Dr. Bell's Pine-TTERMS OF SALE. Said land will coln county, was here last week, Honey at 6:30 in the Presbyterian Fb. church. weakened my kidneys and caused atdays next preceding the date of said is fine for colds and Coughs. It All members urged to attend and ev- tacks of lumbago and a severe ache be sold on a credit of six months, and looking for a farm, having just sold A Test for Liver Complaint across, the small of my back. I also the purchaser will be required to give his home in Lincoln. election, and who was not disqualified loosens the Mucous, stops the Cough eryone invited to come. from voting in any way and was a and soothes the Lungs. It's guaran- Mentally Unhappy Physically Dull In a ten-da- y meeting, conducted by had other annoyances, caused by bond for the purchase price payable J. F. Cash, who is working for the citizen of the State of Kentucky and teed. Only 25c at your Druggist. The Liver, sluggish and inactive, the officers and students of Berea weak kidneys When Dona's Kidney to the Commissioner, bearing six Singer Sewing Machine Company of the United States and of said College, assisted by the Berea citi- Pills were brought to my notice, I per cent, interest from date of sale with headquarters at iilonticello, "was first shows itself in a mental state County and Precinct, and possessed A cake of cheese weighing 11,000 unhappy and critical. Never is there zens, there were 550 confessions and got a. supply. The relief was prompt. with lien retained, upon the land to at home Sunday. all of the qualifications of a legal pounds and five and a half feet thick, joy in living, as when the Stomach a general awakening of the people Since then I have been well. I am secure the payment of the same; said S. J. Bell has turned the lights on voter and had for many years resided is en route from New York City to and Liver are doing their work. KeeD of the, town and, section. In many pleased to confirm my former en- bond having the same force and ef and the plant is working fine. He in said State, County and Precinct the Panama Exposition to San Fran- your Liver active and healthy by us-i- instances business was suspended dorsement to Doan's Kidney Pills." fect as a judgment. has not yet completed wiring the resDr. Kind's New T.ifo Pilla. fViow during-th-e continuously next before offering to cisco, Cal. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simservices; This February 18,1915. E. D. idences, but will finish this week and vote and was at the time he so offerempty the bowels freely, tone up Rev. J. A. Trostle "went up to Cary, ply ask for a kidney remedy get PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. then push on to YosemiFe. Keep It Handy for Rheumatism. ed to vote, and had been for many your stomach, cure your Contipation Bell county, Wednesday morning, Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Geo. D. Florence, Attorney for the At J. B. Brown's sale Thursday, 15-years a member of the Democratic Co.. Plaintiff. No use to squirm, and wince and and purify the --Blood. 25c at Drug- where he will conduct revival services Mr. Barnett had. Foster-Milbur- n Feb. 18th, stock sold well. We noted Party, the Party for whose nominees try to wear out your Rheumatism. It gist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, excel- for about-- a week. D.r. Trostle has Props., Buffalo, N. Y. the following prices paid: The talk of movincr the division nf young mares, $150 each; one three he intended to cast his vote and the will wear you out instead. Apply lent for Piles. been taking a deserved rest since the aged Party he demanded a. ballot to vote some Sloan's Liniment. Need not James Langdon and Tolbert the Q. & C. back to Somerset from mare, $90; Mule colt, $56. Lot of splendid meeting he conducted at the Vaught, prominent citizens of Pulas uanvnie nas. peen revived. in, and had prior to so offering to rub it in just let it penetrate all Mr. Brent Buys Land. Presbyterian church here for three shoats at 6c. Bailed hay vote for many years affiliated with through the affected parts, relieve, 90 cents per hundred. The McKinT. A. Brent bought of the Stanley veeks.. After concluding the meeting ki, are dead. said Party and supported its nomi- the soreness and draw the pain. You heirs a tract of land' in the Bald hills;, at Cary," he will go to Somerset to After Maay Years. ney Roller Mills bought the corn at Seventy-Seve- n nees in all elections, and had sup- get ease at once and feel so much some of it lying near Dix river, at hold a revival. Years Old ,J. L. Southern, Eau Claire, Wis., $3 per barrel. ported all excepting three of its nom- - better you want to go right out and $20. The place was unimproved. George. W.Clough, Prentiss, Miss., writes: "Years ago I- wrote you in tell other sufferers about Sloan's. Get Croup and Whooping Cough who. had suffered greatly with kid- regard to great results I obtained If a better cough syrup than FoHundreds of health articles ap- a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 Mrs. T. Neureur.-Ea- u Five Ceats Prove It. Claire, Wis. ney trouble writes: "Foley Kidney from Foley Kidney Pills. After all ley's Honey and Tar Compeand pear in newspapers and magazines, cents of any druggist and have it in A Generous Offer.. Cut out this sys: 'Toley's.ITpneyjahd Tar Com- Pills are the only remedy that ever these years I have never had a re- could, be found, we-- would carry it. and in practically every one of them the house against Colds, Sore tend ad, enclose with 5 cents to Folev & pound cured .my f.boy of a yery se-- i did me anygood, at all;" Just think turn of those terrible backaches or We know this reliable and dependathe importance of keeping the bow- Swollen. Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica, Co., Chicago, HI., arid they will, send; vere attack' ef cro,p after other, rem- of the relief and comfort that means sleepless nights;. I aa permanently ble medicine has gives, satisfaction els, regular is emphasized. A con- and dike ailments. Your .money you our tnai oz- - ; oley's edies . had' iaikd. Our milkriian to him. Foley "Kidney Pills are re- cured." Men and women, young for more than forty years; there-fe- re stipated condition invites disease. A back if not satisfied, but it does give Honey and pacKages, we never offer a substitute far Tar Compound .Jtdr curetf'jvhi. children of- whopping commended 'for, aleef). disturbing and old, find this reliable- remedy redependable physic that acts without almost instant relief. Buy a bottle coughs, colds, croup, bronchial And cough" JFoJeysjihas a ; forty years bladder trowblee, paias ia sides or lieves rheumatism, backache, stiff the genuine. Receauae-.e- d for inconvenience or griping is, found in today. colds, la grippe ceughs; Foley Kidney Pflls record ki simflar creupi Contains no "back, rheuwati, ana Ykidney and joints and ills caused by weak or coughs, hoopig Foley Cathartic Tablets; For sale by arid Foley Cathartic Tablets:, For For ceugh bronchial and lag ,e ceaghs. all. diseased kidneys er bladder. WVHUp aflBwntsr, JjIot, sale-by- , & all druggists. Let the I. 'Jjdo your, job printing. sale in yoar town- - byll dnMp. 1 For amkis at stt drpta;: No opiate. Fer sale by a "'druggists sale by all druggists. 'ST . "fc ; us :. ' $ite e ! Senator-ele- ct Mc-Creary. of a rath-- r senwere among the county Lincoln into court before iinally adjourning Wednesday. These indictments were against Everett V. Carson and Tom Bell, two prominent citizens of the west end of Lincoln, who served as election officers in the U. S. Senatorial primary held on the first Saturday in August, iyi4 wnen inees in the last general election held in said County and Precinct, when said Party had ten nominees, thus supporting a large majority of the nominees of said Party at the last general election; and said Livingston Cooper was a known Democrat and "had affiliated with the Democratic party, as aforesaid; and said Carson and Bell at the instance of others and in pursuance of a purpose to prevent votes being cast for one candidate for the Democratic nomination for United States Senator and assist another candidate for said office, and to punish said Livingston Cooper for his failure to support a minority of the nominees of said Party at the last general election, in the manner and with the intent aforesaid refused to receive the vote of said Livingston Cooper and the vote of about thirty other voters similarly situated who offered to vote. Against the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. EMMET PURYEAR, Commonwealth's Attorney 13th District, Kentucky. Livingston Cooper, Witnesses : James Huston. $75 DAMAGES FOR WOUNDING FOX HOUND EAST END BURGLARS ROUNDED UP QUICKLY Two White Men Caught Grand Jury. Returns 30 Indictments Into Court $30,000 Damage Suit On In Circuit Court. The grand jury finally adjourned Wednesday after a busy two weeks' session. Thirty indictments were returned into court, most, of them having to do with the unlawful sale or pdssession of liquor. There were four indictments for unlawful sale of liquor; four for breach of the peace; one for petit larceny; two for drawing a deadly weapon on another; two for disturbing religious worship; two for maintaining a nuisance; one for taking property of another; one for grand larceny; three for shooting on the highway; four for having liquor in possession for purpose of sale; one at Brodhead Wearing Clothing Stolen From Cherry at Crab Orchard. Harve Hopkins and Jack Leisure, white men, were arrested at Brodhead Wednesday, charged with burglarizing the store of J. Thos. Cherry at Crab Orchard on Tuesday night. When arrested by Chief of Police Sam Ramsey, of Crab Orchard, each was wearing three suits of overalls, stolen from the store, each had on a brand new pair of shoes, and other garments which had been stolen. The capture of the two burglars was effected very quickly after the burglary was discovered when Mr. Cherry went to the establishment to open up for business. The thieves had obtained entrance by breaking open a window, anil it seems, that their sole object was to obtain warm clothing. Mr. Cherry enlisted the aid of Chief Ramsey at once, and they picked up the trail of the two men near the depot, where a lot of old, cast-oclothing was discovered. A track walker reported having seen two men going toward Brodhead, wearing some new clothing, and the officers telephoned to the marshal there, who quickly had the men un der arrest and held them until Mr. Cherry and Chief Ramsey could arrive for them. They were brought to Stanford and lodged in jail. The grand jury had adjourned a short time before they got here, else they would probably have been indicted at once, but now they have to lay in jail until the June term of court when they will be indicted and trials had.. Hopkins says that he lives on the Chadwick farm in the East End. of county, but the men are unknown to most of the citizens of the East End who have been in Stanford since they were captured. ff McCreary County Distiller Fined. The Court of Appeals affirmed a fine of $50 and sentence of ten days in jail imposed on John Froggs, a McCreary county distiller, for having in hi3 possession liquor for sale in "dry" territory. Froggs was bottling liquor for shipment mto Tennessee on mail orders. The suit was prosecuted under the act of 1914 and the search and seizure law. W. W. Watts attorney for the Kentucky Distillers and Wholesale Liquor Dealers' Asso ciation, appeared in the case for rroggs. The court said the money had been paid and the liquor marked and set aside for the purchasers, which completed the sale in McCreary county. Wednesday Night Lands Seven In the Dragnet. A midnight raid on bootleggers and blind tiger operators in Stanford engineered by Deputy Internal Revenue Collector Rowan Saufley late Wednesday .night, resulted in the capture of seven negroes who are now in jail at Danville charged with selling liquor unlawfully. They will be tried before U. S. Commissioner W. S. Lawwill, and as Uncle Sam has a long arm and never does things by halves, he will undoubtedly catch each of them for heavy penalties. The negroes who were arrested were Arthur Smith, Forest Hansford, Tom Helm, Ballard Rhodes, Hardin Hill, Mary Brent and Lizzie Beaz-le-y. It is said that positive proof, sufficient to convict was obtained against each one of them before warrants were sworn out by Collector Saufley. A man bought bottles of whisky from each one of them, and marked the bottles at the time, so that there would be no confusion in the evidence. A suspicion that those against whom evidence was being obtained had gotten wind of what was coming, and were preparing to leave, caused Collector Saufley to take rather quicker action than he had at first intended. He called up Deputy U. S. Marshal Charles Winfrey, at Somerset, Wednesday afternoon. Marshal Winfrey came to Danville at once, and came over from there with Chief of Police George Thurmond, of Danville. These three visited the homes of most of those wanted, in Macksville, between 10 and one o'clock Thursday morning, and before three o'clock seven were landed in jail at Danville. Deputy Collector Saufley has been doing a great work in rounding up bootleggers and blind tigers since he has been in Uncle Sam's spnnVp. A gentleman from Danville here this week said that he had proven the most active and successful officer. ever in the service at Danville, at this ETOOd WOrk. It is nnclpr:tnnH tlinf there are a number of others suspected of sellincr liauor illipit.lv in Lincoln upon whom he has his eye and that he is merelv ivnitinc tin- til he has the proper evidence before taKing tnem into custody. -- e, ! Mc-Rober- ts, Mes-dam- es es h . ; - BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatteBl d d. e, : 40-ac- re 40-ac- re 1-- w, 1-- -2 to-w- it: well-know- De-lan- ey Til-for- . ar nc 3. 60-pou- nd 1 - v - - -- , ca. .1 4eV . , . "tip'?-!- i . . . 1 ' i' j ,:." vm t W y . ! ' $-'- V4 J ..: V .if '!?' f -- ?' h I --- T 1 Thei Interior. Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, February 26, 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. NOW OPEN ! Overhead Expenses Reduced We are now open and ready to supply you when in Danville with the best quality of Soft' Drinks, Luncheons on short notice, Fine ' Cigars and Tobaccos, and the Choicest Line of Fancy Fruits. Hat and Cap Sale t Great Sanitary Precautions have bjeen taken and customers are invited to visit every department of our establishment. Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court Home" Wty Shop Perfect. -(INCORPORATED) Perfect Phone No. 100. Corner Third and Main. Stanford, Kentucky. Danville, Kentucky. The Interior Journal FIVE THOUSAND HEAR-COOPE- 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 this John B. Stetson Hats, $3.30, $4 and $5 quality, soft and stiff at two dollars and seventy five cents. Swann & Tiger $3.50 hats at $2.25. Swann & Tiger $2.50 and $3 hats for 4 days at $ .65 the $ 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 5 0c ones and 65c for the $1 grade doesn't 1 1 1 that sound good. R 9 b?i" WALTON $1 A TEAS & SAUFLEY IN ADVANCE Exhibited Watch Valued At $3,500 Given Him by Grateful Father Lexington, Feb. 25. It is estimated that five thousand Lexington people heard L. T. Cooper. the man who created such widespread attention in Jthe East, one evening re cently. Cooper explained to the his theories on health and hygiene, accompanied by a unique dem onstration ot his celebrated preparation Tanlac, which he is personally introducing in the larger American cities. In connection with his visit to Kentucky, Cooper said- - "I shall remain in Kentucky for o ily a short time However, I shall give the people of this section of the country the same benefits of my study and my medicine that I have given the multitudes of New York, where I have been busy during the pas year helpng the hundred of thousands of suffering humans in that great city. "While here I will prove to every one how easy it is to guard against by guarding the inroads of your health as carefully as you d some other features of your daily vast-crowth McROBERTS&BAILEY Corner Main and Lancaster IT'S GREAT FOR ::::::::: Editors and Managers. STKICT1X Entrrtd at the poMtoffice at Stanford ttcond elati mail matttr. The Allen 34 When you pay 895 for an Allen 34 you get $895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. Wc build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is strong and permanent. We are in the automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Allen Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 34 haj floating axle, mohair top and leather upholstery, Warnertisnsmission and steering gear, expanddrive, ing brakes, 110 -- inch vrheelbase, demountable rims, aluminum crank case and aluminum transleft-hand 12-in- ch gine, Weston -- Mott Allen 37 horsepower n en- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Commissioner WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEAREN. The Interior Journal has received a copy of "Life" (New York) with the following article marked: "Our friends down South, being sure that the Negroes are inferior, deny them advantages and provide inferior schools for Negro children in order that they will continue to be inferior, and thus prove the correctness of the contention of the scientists and sentimentalists that the Negro is inferiox. After all, there is nothing quite so satisfying as the feeling that you have got things fixed so that you will always have an inferior race in your mind." The publishers of Life, of course, had a purpose in marking ths article and sending it cut, and obviously that purpose does it no credit. This paper refuses to be led into controversy on this subject, which is as old as the hills, and has been discussed until there is no meat in it. The South and the Negro have offered a theme for our Northern friends for at least two generations, and they are still harping on it, and the people of the sunny Southland are taking care of the problem as well as they can. So far as we are able to judge the suggestions and criticisms of the North have helped little, if any. The tenor of them is generally of the character of the above clipping and not intended to be helpful. Good Small Farm For Sale. I desire to sell privately and at once my farm of 162 acres, 1 2 miles from Crab Orchard on the 1-- BAJLK.TT BOWELS AND STOMACHS We want all people who have chronic stomach trouble or constipation, no matter of how long standing, to try one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy one dose will convince you. This is the medicine so many of our local people have been taking with surprising reThe most thorough system sults. cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your money will be refunded without nuestion or ouibble if ONE bottle fails to give you absolute satisfaction. 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 he satisfactory to you, or we will refund your money without question. 25 and 50 cents Sold only by us. Here's What You Want The People's tise What Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell lives. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. OUR LINE OF SPRING CLOTHING NOW READY. WECAN SATISFY YOU IN PRICE, QUAllTY AND STYLE. ASK TO SEE OUR ALL WOOL BLUE SERGE SUITS FOR $10.00 car do its part in upholding our mission case, full equipreputation for giving the greatest ment ef electric lights possible value for the price we get and electric starter. The Treisht of the car la If you have been waiting until you 2300 lbs., which, with the power of the motor, insures could buy a strong, swift, safe, economy of operation. handsome car without paying a dolWe build fire other lar more than its actual worth, the models, three roadsters and two touring cars, Allen 34, touring carat reefing in price treat $875 to $1395. $895, is the complete answer to your requirements. J style, finish, power, ectntmj tf eferatien, equipment, serviceable qualities and price, Allen ears take the lead Factory RepreaeatatiYes for Southern Ohio, adjacent Weit Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. Kenton Motors Co. "cSSSfoST Dealerss Write or wir for agency proposition 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 ROBINSON'S Next to Lincoln County National Bank When You Have a Policy Written by county road leading to Dripping Springs. The place has two good homes ojrit; there are two good barns and other outbuildings. Never-failin- g Warren Pittman, colored, was finwater. Will sell at a bargain. Call or write to Dabney Davis. Crab ed $50 and given ten days in jail at 15-2- p Danville for procuring whiskv for an Orchard Ky. other. Announces for Circuit Clerk. Jesse D. Wearen, the well known Mistaken Diagnosis Doctors Guei Wrong Again insurance man of Stanford today announces as a candidate for the Demyears to About ocratic nomination for Circuit Clerk you that Ifive been aago, I wrote had terrible sufferof Lincoln county. He issues a card er from kidney and bladder troubles, to the voters which is found in an- and that my physician informed me other column. Mr. Wearen is one of my left kidney in such the best known democrats in he that that there waswas hope forconmy dition o county. He made the race for this recovery. I was advised to. try your effice two years ago, but when de- Swamp-Ro- tt as last and affeated, "look his medicine" and rolled ter taking foura fifty-ce- resort,size botup his sleeves and went to work for tles, I passed a graveh stone which the winner and the whole ticket. He ten has a wide acquaintanceship and weighed you grains. I afterwards forwarded this many friends over the county, who return of any stone. 'Have had no trouble since that will be found working hard for his time and cannot say. too much in favsuccess. or of your wonderful .preparation, Swamp-Roo- t, which cures, after physician fail. FAMILY AVOIDS Very truly yours, F. H. Horine, nt condition of the vital organs, and nine times out of .ten this trouble is responsible for most of the of we present Americans. "Faulty methods of living are back of this all, but'it is never too late torrect our faults. i "Tanlac.the wonderful medicine that I am introducing to correct this condition, I believe to be the best thing of the kind uu the American market today. This fact has been proven throughout the great Eastern cities, as well as right here in Lexington, where hundreds of people are already realizing the surprising results from its use. 'They all testify that Tanlac has a peculiarly grateful effect, seems to go right to the desired spot, warms up the entire system, and gives great strength and development where if is most needed correcting all of the ills and weaknesses which, come from years of misuse of the vital and digestive organs." Cooper then exhibited a handsomely engraved gold watch, studded with forty-seve- n perfectly cut diamonds, which is valued at $3,500. that was given to him as a token of appreciation by a prominent jeweler, whose son was relieved by Tanlac. The celebrated Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stanford by Penny's ' 17-- 1 Drug Store ill-health nose, throat and stomach, as well as the kidneys, produce a stuffed-u- p "Catarrhal affections of the head, 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 " ' 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. Those having any NOTICE. County tools, etc., in their possession are requested to bring same to tool room in basement of Court House or inform J. L. McKee Riffe. 17-- 3 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky . NOTICE. 1 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- t. surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully tested, glasses scientifically presented. 16-3- m DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office in Lincoin County National Bank Building Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-eturinary, pectal, pelvic diseases, o, and T. Moreland, Ky., two rings, one set with diamond and sapphire, and one a solitaire diamond. Moreland, Ky., Return to 17-- 2 and receive reward. J. Bell's residence, post-offic- e, LOST. Between post-offi- ce 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. ery wise tiller of the soil will make a special 1915mostCROPS valuable in years. Promise to be the W. E. PERKINS ---- Ev- Crab Orchard --- Kentucky FOR SALE. Retail liquor store in Lebanon, Ky., (quart house) with license for one year; fine location, splendid trade already built up. Good reason for selling. Address P. O. 17-- 1 Box 199, Lebanon, Ky. FOR SALE. Best located pool and billiard parlor in the City of Twelve tables of the Louisville. make. Will finest Brunswick-Balk- e consider offer. Address Sam Arthur, r23 Fourth avenue j Louisville, Ken17-l- p tucky. FOR SALE Excelsior, the noted 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. T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. Bromley & Bromley e. Insurance Agents You Know That It Is Worth Face Value When Called For Payment. i hI - ness in our family, since we commenced using tJiacKruraugnt." Day, But For All Time' "Not Here for ht Thedford's is mirelv vegetable, and has been found to reguStanford, Kentucky. late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re lieve indigestion, cone, wind, nausea, headache, sick stomach, an similar symptoms. It has been ia constant use for more. in a mile of.railroad station and a than 70 years, and Ms benefited more Farm ef 100 Acres Fer Sale ; man a muitofl people. Never-- f water; -- .ed and improvements school. and willailing part or can be WetT Your druggist sells and recommends .whole. divided sell Price oely 25c. Get a '&ve miles from Write or apply to G. T. Ashlock, iatrly ( eackage y. m.gui D., Rowland. 13-4- F W Lancaster and with--: Stanford, R. F. Eire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, Plate Glass, etc Route 3, Box30. Personally appeared before me, D. No. 1. this 31st day of Juy 1909, F. H. Horne, who subscribed' the above HARRY JACOBS statement and made oath that the By Beimg ConsUmtly Sepplicd Witb same is true in substance and in fact. .Manufacturers and Dealers in JAMES M. HALL, Thedford's Black-Draifk- t. Notary. Public. High - Class Monuments. Original Designs anil Prompt Service Letter to Dr. Kilmer .& Co., Guaranteed Quality Connections McDuff. Va. "I suffered for several Bingham ton, N. Y. j at all Granite and Marble Quarries. years," says-- Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, oi Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. mis piace, wiin sick neaaacne. ana Prove What Swamp-RoClosed on Saturdays Will Do stomach trouble. For You ' Telephone 164 Send ten cents to Dr. 'Kilmer & Ten years ago a friend told me to try KENTUCKY : : Thedford's which I did, Co., Binghamton, N. Y. tfor a sample STANFORD 2nd 1 found it to be the best family medi size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of cine tor young ana oia. ht I keep on hand all the valuable information, telling about lime now, and when my children feel a the kidneys and bladder, When writtittle bad, they ask me for a dose, and it ing, be sure and mention the Stafdoes them more good than any medicine ford Intorior Journal. .Regular fifty cent and size bottles for uiey ever, tnea. I will still continue to 27-- 4 We never have a lone spell of sick sale, at .all drug stores. SERIOUS SICKNESS Roseboro, N. C. Go To Farris' For Your ot Garden Tools And Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. TO THE PUBLIC. Black-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- Produce Wanted! at. one-doll- ar INSURE Your Property in the I represent the largest and best clothing house in this Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives ne 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 He show yen. t H. C. RUPLEY, tW Practical TaUr made-to-order a Black-Draue- rBuy Gold Mcd&I- -i The Sure Growing Kiad bUy your CHICKENS, country rma SEEDS U EGGS and HIDES Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. o Hartford, Conn., f Bay tfeem from yw IomI Md dftkr.' ixM6aa tsMMy yea, write wdfeMt. LOWSVHJLC J, I Highest Market Prices, at The Garage on Cut Off Pike. EStlLL CARTER. the with SAUN A SMITH, Age - Bleck-Dfaue- ht. SKOOO. .m9Wt9HfN9j ft to-da- mmmmmmmmmmm tifi i ' . " Pkeae 23. Stanford, Kentucky i "r U. s. 3& f s- Oi . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Be Sure To Consult Or Write The Officers of TAKES OFF DANDRUFF HAIR STOPS FALLING Friday, February 26, 1915. ot "GETS-IT- " The Girls! Try This! Makes Hair Thick, Glossy, Fluffy, Beautiful No More Itching Scalp Within ten minutes after an application of Danderine yu arnot find a single trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not itch, but what will pleaFO you most will bev after a few week's use, when you see new hair, fine and downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. A little Dandorine imme lialely doubles the beauty of your hair. No difference how duTr, faded, brittle ard scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, aking one smal' strand at a time. The effect is amaz ing yourhair will be lifrht, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance of abundance; an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and prove that your hair is as pretty and soft as any that it has been neglected or injured by careless treatment that's all you surely can have beautiful hair and lots of it if you will jusCtry a little of Danderine. Mrs. G. A. Swinebroad, of the Hubble section, is recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia. Mrs. J. F. Larue arrived from Louisville Thursday and is the guest a Sort-ShforJUl Corns Heard About Town The Battle of Shiloh, tomorrow, Saturday night, at the Opera House. V mrw.a ajAaaaavH EirfK7r!IW ipSii First National Bank, STANFORD, KY., TJie Two Drops and They Vanish. When corns make you almost die with your boots on, when you try to walk on the edge of your shoes to try to get away from your corns, you're way behind time if you have not used "GETS-IT.- " It's the Carter and son, Harry, have both been laid up with severe attacks of tonsilitis. M. J. CUSTOM For Infants and Children. Local Agent a 1915 Maxwell Champ, cashier tional Bank, of H. C. Carpenter sold touring car to W. F. of the Citizens NaLancaster, this week. The Kind You Have ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ANgefablcEreparallonrorAs-sunilatini if Before opening your Bank Account. They Will Pay You Three Per Cent. Interest On time deposits, and Three Per Cent. Interest on Savings Accounts, and will Furnish you the Money to run your business, granting such accommodations as' are consistent with conservative and progressive banking. The Camnitz brothers Howard and Harry will play ball again this year. Howard with the Federals and Harry with the Savannah, Ga., team. W. H. Higgins went to Lexington Wednesday to attend the state meeting of the retail hardware dealers. He remained over for a swell banquet at the Phoenix Hotel last night. Mordert Eveiybodr Tries to Step oa Mr Coral" Use "GETS-IT- " and You'll Hare No Cora to Be Stepped Oa. corn cure of the century, the new way, the sure, painless, simple way. It makes a fellow really feel foolish after he's used g salves, ointments, toe bundling bandages, blood -- bringing razors, knives, flies, scissors, jabbers and what-notwhen he uses Just ,2 drops of "GETS-IT- " and sees his corn vanish. The difference is divine. Just try It. You won't wince when you put on your shoes in the morning. "GETS-IT- " is sure, "gets" any corn, callus, wart or bunion. "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists everywhere, 25o a bottle, or sent direct by B. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. toe-eati- Always Bought . I HicFootfarafRptfuti. CingUtc StoraarlisandBowElsGf Bears the Signature of Opimu-Morphin- i John B. Foster has taken the initiatory steps toward joining the automobile brigade. Yesterday he gave his order for a handsome Hudson six cylinder, power car of the most modern type. 40-hor- se PromofesDigcstfonflccrfiirncssandlfestXontalnsncitter norMncral e - NOT NARCOTIC. JU.Stam JMriteSdl- i- AW In JkistStti corn-bitin- -- s, E. H. Farmer, Stanford's hustling colored barber, has just improved his shop greatly by installing a bathroom with latest model fixtures. Warner and Bower did the work for him and that means it was done right. ttiwmekttk Qcnted Sups' . WemStti' Aperfect Remedy forCoroftia-tin- m . Snur Stnmach.Dlarrtoca VYorras.CoiiNTilsionsJtonisk- - jaa a Use For Over Saving, Like Spending, Is A Habit. A Habit That Always Brings Wealth. Many People In This Town never really enjoyed a meal until H. J. McRoberts spent Wednesday in Lancaster. Miss Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster, is with her sister, Mrs. R. C. Warren. Mrs. E. C. Walton was called to 'sre advised them to take a by us 25c a bos. before and after each meal. Sold only Penny's Drug Store. $Ga2l DPb?ef Personal and Social Social Calendar Feb. 26th The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. S. M. Saufley at 2:30 o'clock. All members are urged to be present. March 1st. The Mother's Club will meet in the Club rooms at 2:30 o'clock. .Shugars and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bright spent several days in Louisville. Miss Bess Shugars, of Richmond, was the guest of her brother, W. K. Catlettsburg Wednesday "by the illness of her sister, Mrs; Alonzo Mims. Mr. M. D. Hughes, of Lancaster, passed through to Louisville Wednesday. Cashier M. B. Salin, of the State xiank & Trust Company, was in Georgetown on business Wednesday. Miss Mollie Johnson, of Louisville, returned home Monday after a visit to her aunt, Miss Minnie Straub. Mrs. J. W. Cocking and Miss Reynolds, of McKinney, were guests of Mrs. Eliza Coffey, here Tuesday. E. B. Campbell, wife and pretty little daughter, Martha Louise Campbell, spent Wednesday with Lancaster relatives. Mrs. A. J. Thompson, who lives over the Lincoln line in( Boyle, has been suffering from a severe attack of grip. Isa-bel- le of relatives here. Miss Nancy Yeager is visiting her cousin, Mrs. G. C. Anderson, at Mt. Sterling. Mrs. J .H. Hill, of Louisville, has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Campbell this week. Mrs. J. F. Larue, of Louisville, was here the guest of her sister, Mrs. George F. DeBorde Thursday. Will Yager, who has been ill with rheumatism, returned to college at Millersburg yesterday. Mrs. V. R. Willis and children will reuirn from a visit to Pineville this afternoon. Mrs. Cyrus Daly, Misses Mary Chestnut and Jennie Simpson, of Garrard, were guests of Mrs. Belle Perkins. Misses Margaret and Lillie Wilmot have returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Beulah Sutton at Bryants-ville. grip. Mrs. M. C. Underwood, of Louisville, who has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Eu banks, in the Hubble section, returned home Wednesday. Miss Ida Holtzclaw, one of the efficient clerks of Severance & Sons store, has been confined to her home for several days with an attack of Mr. A. R. Denny and Miss Mattie 5 Ovoid IHodgdon, Me. "xyfnev Duncan, passed through Wednesday en route to Battle Creek, Mich., where the former hopes to regain his health. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Bastin, near Hubble, are receiving congratulations upon the birth of a son at their home. The youngster has been named James Carl. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dillion, of Liberty, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson, went up to Crab Orchard Thursday to visit his and Mrs. Edwin E. Davis and i'ittle daughter, Dorothy Terhune Da vis, have returned home after a brief visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Over-streat Parksville. W. F. Glover and wife, who have made Stanford their home for the past three years, left Sunday for Louisville to remain. Friends formed during their sojourn here gave them up Avith regret. Miss Elizabeth Higgins has arrived at home from the College of Music, Cincinnati. Miss Higgins has had a severe tussle with tonsilitis, but had sufficiently xecovered to make the trip home. Miss Isabel Reynolds, of McKinney, has returned to Vincennes, Ind., after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Reynolds. Miss Reynolds has a position as cashier in a large department store. News comes from Louisville that a handsome little son arrived at the home of Dr. B. F. Underwood, of "Mr. et father. visited your correspondent and family Sunday. Mr. Johnny George and family of this section left last Sunday for Crawfordsville, Ind. The community feels the shock of losing such a good family. Born to the wife of Ansel Doolin, recently, a pair of fine boys. I presume in a few years Wilson will have to take a back seat. Mrs. Laura Bagley says she would not go out of the poultry business for anything as she has one hen that has laid forty eggs without setting ! nvl anu otui ln.nx A. laying. Born to the wife of W. 0. Bastin, Feb. 19, a boy. Although Mr. Bastin is in the 60's, he was as proud of this one as he was of the one forty years ago. Mr. Charley Doolin bought a cow from W. T. Nunnelley for which he paid $50.00. S. H. Patrick sold to James Lee of Eubank, 800 bushels of corn at 80 cents per bushel. Farmers don't be in too big a hurry to contract your lambs. Some have already contracted for 7 cents a pound in July. 1 Miss Clara Cooper, who is teaching Berkeley, Cal., had the misfortune to fall and break two of her ribs a Sold in Stanford and recommended few days ago. She writes her parents as the world's best corn cure by Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Cooper, that she Shugar's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. is getting along quite as well as could be expected, although she would be out of school a few weeks. ETNA. Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Allen attended Joe T. Embry, chief clerk of the the funeral of James Langdon, of State Auditor's office, spent Sunday Science Hill last Sunday. Mr. Langdon was a man of 80 years and was with homefolks. Naturally, he is a known all over the county; had been very enthusiastic booster for Henry married three or four times. He was M. Bosworth, his chief for the democratic the father of our county court clerk, says nomination for governor. He that Bosworth is rapidly gaining Mr. Cy Langdon and several other ground all over the front, and is children whom the writer does not right now the leading candidate by a know. long ways. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Payne, of Albia, at ness andLoss ofSleep. JacSumfe Signature of i?S iisfl 3?3i The Centaur Compass; NEW YORK. Thirty Years WaTaalittal V aaB "Guaranteed under the fooaj Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTOR! THE CCNTAUH COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. An auto load of Harrodsburg business men came to the city on Washington's birthday to see the sights and then went on up to Crab Orchard and took dinner with Col. John B. Robinson at the Springs. In the party were C. D. Thompson, cashier of the First National Bank, of Harrodsburg, C. A. Stagg, W. C. Rue, and Editor John G. Pulliam, of The I. J.'s supply of seed ran out filling his place in the New Stanford the next day after notice of it ap- Drug Co.'s store. peared in the paper. Welch RocVs'er r'itu-nc- d from Louisville last night. He says that John Owsley Reid is doing splendidly the Harrodsburg Herald. ten-pou- nd cask of Toledo. Obla. Will Severance is back from New public. York City, where he bought lots of Tlall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, actlnc directly upon the blood and macons Mirfaces of, goods. He saj's the metropolis was Dr. J. the sent free, confined to full of buyers but they were not buv- - home by W. Bryant is W. N. Craighis centsaystem. Testimonials all Druggists. rrice 75 per bottle. Sold by illness. Dr. is ing in as large quantities as formerly, Take HaU's Farollv Pl'H for constipation. owing to the stringency of the times. He was told by one or more of the New York merchants that business is opening up and that money matters are considerably easier there and they were hopeful of much better times in the near future. Among the Bee Lick route" boosters who came down from Somerset Monday in automobiles, and other ways Estill Carter bought out the interest of A. C. Coffey in the Lincoln Garage this week and will continue business at the old stand, where he will appreciate the patronage of the We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cored bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CIIENEY &. CO.. Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, hare known F. T. Chewy tor the lust to jcirs. and belieYe bins perfecOy lumorcble In al business transactions and Unami.illy able to carry oat any obligations . made by bis firm. How's This? xat. coM:pc::. Wonderful Blood Remedy That Works in the Tissues Vry Lafist Thtory About How and Why Qp&iatiorul For years we have been stating in the newspapers of the country that a great many women have escaped serious operations by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and it is true. We are permitted to publish in this announcement extracts from the letters of five women. All have been Could any evidence be recently received unsolicited. more convincing? were Judge James B. Denton, Judge R. F. Jasper, Messrs. Joe Gibson, V. P. Smith, Cecil Williams, Dick Williams, Sylvester Newton, John B. 10 CENT "CASCARETS" Mershon, E. L. Ogden, Dr. J. A. STRAIGHTEN YOU UP Price, John Slessinger, J. R. Poynter, Eb Porch, A. R. Humble, Peter No Sick Headache, Bilious Stomach, Straub, Dr. H. S. Doolan, Walter Girdler, and Capt. A. B. Massey. Coated Tongue or Constipated Bowels by Morning Get a 10-ce- nt The iki Blood is Disordered. "I had pains in both sides and such a soreness straighten up at times. My back ached and I V!2& so nervous I could not sleep, and I thought I never would be any better until I submitted to an operation, hut I commenced taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and soon felt like a new woman." Mrs. Haytvard Sowers, Hodgdon, Me. 2SnELBYyiLLE, Ky. "I suffered from a severe female trouble. hurt me badly it was finally decided that I must be operated upon. "When my husband learned this he got a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for me, and after taking it a few days I got better and continued to improve until I am now welL" Mrs. Mollie Smith, R.F.D., Shelbyville, Ky. The doctor advised a severe operation, hut my Hanover, husband got me Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I experienced great relief in a short time. Kow I feel like a new person and can do a hard day's work and not mind it." Mrs. Ada Wilt, Louisville, on Washington's-birthday- . He has been named for his father rather than for the country. father of his 3 A Pa." proved. Prof. Hatfield, of Crab Orchard, spent the week-en- d in Danville with his brother Miss Elizabeth Thatch er, of Somerset, and Miss Elsie of Frankfort, are expected for a visit to Col. and Mrs. R. G. Evans for the dansant and ball FriDan-dridg- e, Mrs. Ed Peyton returned home from Middlesboro Monday, where she had been at the bedside of Mrs. G. A. Peyton and Miss Mary Bird Givens, who have been quite ill for a few weeks. Both are very much im- sicken. Turn the rascals out the headache, biliousness, indigestion, the sick, sour stomach and bad colds turn them out tonight and keep them out with Cascarets. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels, or an upset stomach. Don't put in another day of distress. Let Cascarets cleanse vour stomach; remove the sour, ferment ing lood; take the excess bile from your liver and carry out all the con stipated waste matter and poison in tne bowels. Then you will feel great. A Cascaret tonieht straightens vou out by morning. They work while you sleep. A box from any drug store means a clear head, sweet stomach and clean, healthy liver and Dowel action lor months. Children love Cascarets; they -- ever gripe or 10-cent box now. HEAD AND NOSTRILS STUFFED FROM COLD Tape's Cold Compound" Ends Colds and Grippe n Few Hours Tastes Nice Acts Gently Your cold will break and all grippe taking a dose of "Pape's Cold Compound" every two hours until three doses are taken. It promptly opens clogged-u- p nostrils and air passages in the head, stops nasty discharge or nose running, relieves sick headache, dullness, misery end after feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. Onif: Mow Don't Stav stuffed-nn- ! ing and snuffling! Ease your throbbing head nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compound," which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It. acts without assistance, tastes nice and causes no inconvenience. Accept no substitute. S. S. S. Means Pure Blood Which Insuf es Long Life and Health. great experts In Chemistry and The And in regenerating the tissues S. S. S. PhysiolOEV now deplnr what Vina nil has a rapid and positive antidotal effect along been contended by the Swift Lab- upon all those irritating influences oratory that the germs of blood disorders cause rheumatism, sore throat, that find lodgment In the interstices of the tis. eyes, loss of weight, thin pale cheeks,weak and sues. that weariness of muscle and nerve that And herein is where. S. S. S. goes to is generally experienced, by all sufferers work raDidlv. effeetiveiv nmi witVi won with poisoned blood. derfully noticeable results. I his famous blood purifier contains Get a bottle of S. S. S. at any drug: medicinal components Just as vital ana store, and in a few days you will not only essential to healthv blood .is th nntrttivo feel bright, and energetic, but you will be elements of wheat, roast beef, and fats the picture of new life. S. S. S. is prepared only in the laboraana tne sugars that make up our daily tory of the Swift Specific Co., 20X Swift jaiioii. As a matter of fact there Is one Ingre- Bldg, Atlanta. Ga. Who maintain a very dient in S. S. S. which serves the active efficient Medical Department, where all purpose of stimulating each cellular part who have any blood disorder of a stubof the body to the healthy and judicious born nature may write freely for advice. selection of its own essential nutriment. S. S. S. Is sold everywhere by all drug1 That Is why it regenerates the blood sup- stores. ply; why It has such a tremendous inBeware attempts to sell you fluence in overcoming eczema, rash, pim- something of all as good. 'dust Insist upon ples, and all skin afflictions. S. S. S. Sprains,Bruises Stiff Muscles Sloan's Liniment will Bave hours of suffering. For bruise or sprain it gives instant reh'ef . It arrests inflammationand thus prevents more serious troubles developing. No need to rub it acts at once, instantly relieving the pain, however severe it may be. 303 Walnut St, Hanover, Pa, mit to the operation and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoundand it worked a miracle in my case, and I tell other women what it has done for me." Mrs. Laura A. Griswold, 2437 East William Street, Decatur, I1L cians said I would have to be taken to the hospital for an operation as I had something growing in my left side. I refused to sub- Decatur, III. "I was sick in bed and three of the best physi- - Ohio. "I was very irregular and for several years my side pained me so that I expected to have to undergo an op eration, jjoccors said tney Knew or notning that would help me. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I became regular and free from paiiL I am thankful for such a good medicine and will always give it the highest praises-M- rs. C. H. Griffith, 1568 Constant St., Cleveland, O. V 11 11 TL ff Cleveland, Tour letter will be opened, read and answered J 4 ISWrite to LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. WW (CONFIDENTIAL) LYtfN, MASS., for advice. ?U1U4U AUU UC1U AAA o SU-i- t VUlUlUCUUUt 0 l LYDIA E PINKHAW K penter, of near Moreland, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Laura T., to Mr. Mark Col-li- s, Jr., of Lexington and Tampa. Fla. The wedding will be celebrated in March. Miss Carpenter is a charming girl? while Mr. Collis is the fourth son of Rev. and Mrs. Mark Collis, of Lexington, and is attractive and popular, and has been in Florida over a year, having a position with the Electric Light Company there. Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Saunders delightfully entertained at cards Wednesday evening at their room on West Main street. The evening was indeed a very pleasant one, a number of interesting games being played. Those who enjoyed the hospitality of this popular couple were: Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hill. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hill, Mr. and Mr.s W. R. Todd, Mr. Coe H. Moser and Miss Winstead, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cummins, Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey, Miss Lyle Cooper and Miss Lottie Carson. day. Danville Messenger. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Wilson Car- Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT ARTICLES EGGS ENERGY 385 410 445 1030 1030 10 init Charht Johnson, P. O. Box 105. Law .. . ummwi,, . i ,, ernct: i sprainea months, then I started to use some of your Liniment, according to your directions, and I must say that it is helping me wonderfully. I threw my crutches away. Only used two bottles of your Liniment and now I am walking quite weu wa one cane, x never win do witn-o- ut Sloan's Liniment" An Dealers, 28c Here's Proof CENTS WILL BUY BEEF, Sirloin MUTTON, leg MILK PORK loin Scad four cents ia stamps for a TRIAL BOTTLE BREAKFAST FOODS CHEESE BUTTER RICE POTATOES BEANS, dried WHEAT FLOUR IM7 1185 1365 DptB. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Inc. Philadelphia, Pa. 2025 2950 .3040 6540 Rex Coal . . . .13 1 . .- . Black Star Black Crescent All hot, free Burners No soot, few ashes Cfitt gk SLOANS LINIMENT Kills 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 BaughmanVNo. 1 flour from your groeer. This will help reduce the high cost of living. W ML f VP because the entire system becomes permeated with injurious acids. To relieve rheumatism Scotfs Emulsion is a double help; it is neb in blood-fooit imparts strength to the functions and supplies the very that rheud; , oil-fo- od REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham matic conditions always need. Scott's Emulsion has helped couatless thousands when other remedies failed. Wt JI HBaushman & Co. Stanford, Kentucky r JUmtil Bihw u 4 Xv- ?j Y rf &i& s.-: '' "V-- O r nW r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. . Friday, February 26, 1915. 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 Indian Head Bleach Muslin, 5c value 5c 8 All standard brands of Calico, per yard 12c l-- 3c 9c Manchester Percales, 1o. values, per yard 9cStandard Ginghams, 2c values, per yard 6c Apron Ginghams, at per yard, bleached, per yard....!..25c Pepperell Sheeting 'Pepperell Sheeting, brown, per yard 21c Indian Head Bleach Muslin, 2c value 10c 1 1 1 0-- 4, Hope Bleach Muslin, - 1 Oc value 1 -- 8 l-- 3c Extra Nice Damask Table Linen $ .25 value $1.00 1 9-- 4, 1 Hoosier Brown Domestic, 8 3 c value...: All Dress Goods, 25c values All Dress Goods, 50c values All Dress Goods, $1.00 values All Dress Goods, $ 150 values, -. .- 6c 18c 35c 75c 1 $1.00 Extra Nice Damask Table Linen $ .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 Underwear, 20 per cent off 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, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Take a Tonight It .- -" willacts a laxative. in morning Penny's Drug Store. z.r the . Here is a Machine Every Farmer Needs. Come in and Look at it. W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, KY. Cattle belonging to E. R. Baker, of Montgomery county, got into his tobacco barn and ate a lot of the weed. Three of them died- OliveOil Bruce Taylor, of Bourbon county, Jesse Tudor, of Madison, a Emulsion sold to fine mules rantainina HunorihosuhitcM pair of for $5.25. Charles is both a flesh builder and nerve tonic. Thompson, also of Bourbon, bought Pleasant to take. Easy to digest. in Clark, ten mules at $350 to $450 per pair. Penny's Drug Store. J. D. Whitehouse, near Danville, bought and shipped this week one car cattle from Farm and Stock News load of 1,200-l- bought a pair ofPhelps mules Cobb. He also from Mitchell Taylor for $325 and a C. P. Cecil, of Danville, bought of nice mare mule at Lancaster Monday F. F. Fitzpatrick 40 head of 1,200-poun- d for $175. cattle at 7.1j. M. J. Farris, of Danville, has K. G. Fox and M. J. Farris sold to traded containing 80 his farm, C. A. Wright, of Tennessee, 25 war acres, located on the Givens pike, in mules at $140. the southern end of Boyle county, to Murk Coins sold to Herbert Speaks Levi Ellis, of Casey county, for a also of Garrard, a Hereford bull for farm containing 416 acres on North ,$75. Rolling Fork. Brown & Lawson were buying Ballard & Ballard, millers, of lambs at Lancaster Monday at sevTen Louisville, purchased 5,000 bushels and seven and a half cents". Delivery of wheat from Nolin Milling ComJune 1 to July 1. pany in Hardin county, paying beMules at Briee Steele's sale in tween $1.55 and $1.60 the bushel. Bourbon . brought $152.50 to $200. The Nolin Company paid $1 or less They were a nice lot and bidding was the bushel and made a profit of about spirited. $3,000 on the deal. Geoige A. Graves, of Winchester, C. M. Tucker, near Parksville is sold to James W. Barnes, of Ml. the owner of a fine jennet that foal Sterling, his farm of about 50 acres, ed one of the best jack colts that has in Montgomery county at $162.50 per been seen in that section in many acre. months. The colt is black with white A. A. Yocum, the Q. & C. signal- points; is three feet four inches tall; man, bought of Scuddcr & Moore, the was sired by the famous jack, Dr. horsemen and tobaccomen, of the Clark, belonging to J. M. Tarkington. West End of the county, a Fox & Farris, mule dealers of farm for $1,000 cash. Danville, sold 25 more war mules to At Charles Chaney's sale in Bour- C. A. Wright, of Columbia, Tenn., bon horses brought "o0 u, $151, pair last Saturday at an average of $140 of mules $285, brood sows $35 to per neaa. in a conversation witn a d h.?ig.:rs S41.50, milk reporter early this week, Mr. Farris .$45, cows 5j.au to $SU ;oi-- i $o barrel in stated that the demand for war mules crib, sheaf oats $21 per ton in stack, had been so great that it was difficult hay $15.50, sheep $7.65 to $8.05. to find any more that could be purT. E. Baldwin & Son, of Madison, chased within the price limit. Fox & have sold their stal- Farris have shipped from Danville lion, Sir Richard, to G. W. Cook. . f since the first of the year nearly Belle Mills, Ala., for $300. The $40,000 worth of war mules, and it horse is a full brother to Victor I'ea- - seems that nearly all the surplus vine, the horse that t e Baldwins stock in the central part of the State sold to the U. S go 'iramcK. has been disposed of. Olive Oil John Bailey sold 190 acres of his magnificent farm on the Burgin and Shaker town pike to W. A. Crawford, of Jessamine cjuntv at and acre. Harrodsburg $127.57 Herald. The Battle of Shiloh, tomorrow, Saturday night, at the Opera House. James Quisenberry, of Clark county, sold to J. E. Boardman, of Bourbon, 150 stock ewes at $7. W. D. Clark & Son, also of Clark, bought 58 stock ewes at $9.20. Mr. Board- man bought 26 cattle of various parties at $34. They averaged, about 475 pounds. Prompt Action Will Stop Your Cough When you first catch a Cold (often indicated by a sneeze or cough) , break it up at once. The idea that "It does not matter" often leads to serious complications. The remedy which immediately and easily penetrates the lining of the throat is the kind demanded. Dr. King's New Discovery soothes the irritation, loosens the phlegm. You feel better at once. "It seemed to reach the very spot of my Cough" is one of many honest testimonials. 50c. at your druggist. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Flesh Builder One of the best known and most reliable tissue builders- - bxct&L b. 45-ac- re 600-noun- three-year-o- ld Bids will be received at the office of the County Clerk at Stanford, Ky., until 12 o'clock, noon, Thursday, March 11,1915 the furnishing, hauling and for spreading of metal for the various Gravel. pikes described below. Bids must be made upon forms furnished by the Road Engineer, sealed and marked, Turnpike Bid. Contracts will be let to the lowest SALEM SALEM, responsible bidder, who shall furnish satisfactory surety in amount of the contract, and the Court reserves the right to reject any or all bids. CUT Contractors must state if stone is J to be broken by hand or machine. PRICES Stone must be approved hard limestone or quartz, of size that will ON pass through a two inch ring. Gravel must be coarse, hard and flinty, free from soil or trash. The one to whom contract is awarded shall within ten days make bond for faithful performance of contract, amount equal to amount of contract. Bond to be approved by County Judge. All contracts must be completed on Chilor before October 15, 1915. Contractors shall begin work when notified, and rush work with all speed until completed, so that the Road Engineer may be with the conMen's and Boys' tractors to check up and direct the yard, stone. Sec. 2. From J. G. Lynn's place to Boone's gate, 75 yards stone, Sec. 3. From Boone's gate to r 100 yards. Gravel. Stanford & Dix River Sec 1. From Stanford & Crab Or chard pike to Hayden's Switch, 20 yard. Stone. Sec. 2. From Hayden's Switch to Traylor's Lane, 35 yards. Stone. Sec. 3. From Traylor's Lane to - . nne, i.J ards. btone. iU Stanford & Lancaster 'Sec. 1. From Stanford City limits to Logan's Lane. From Logan's Lane to Sec. 2. Garrard County line. Stanford and Rowland From Stanford City limits at bridge to Rowland, 10 yds. gravel. Stanford and Somerset Sec. 1. From Stanford City limits to.Ottenheim pike. Sec. 2. From Ottenheim pike to Maywood dirt road. Sec. 3. From Maywood dirt road to Carter's Store. Sec. 4. From Carter's Store to Hutchinson's School house. Sec. 5. From Hutchinson's School house to Butt's Store. Sec. 6. From Butt's Store to King's Mountain pike. Sec. 7. From King's Mountain pike to King's Mountain dirt rchid. Sec-- . 8. From King's Mountain dirt road to Waynesburg. Stanford & Hustonville Sec. 1 From Stanford City limits to Cash's Store. Sec. 2. From Cash's Store to Hanging Fork Creek. Sec. 3. From Hanging Fork Creek to Hustonville City limits. Kingsville & Pleasant Point From Stanford and Somerset pike to Kingsville, 100 yards. Gravel. King's Mountain & Duncan From Kingsville to Casey qounty line, 50 yards. Gravel. Preachersville & Garrard County From Crab Orchard & Lancaster pike to Garrard county line, 5 yards. m, . Hanging Fork & Hubble From McKecknie's to Mrs. 50 yards. Stone. Carpenter's Station & Moreland From Hustonville & Bradfordsville pike to Hustonville & Danville pike, 100 yards. Gravel. Crab Orchard & Lancaster Sec. 1. From Crab Orchard City limits to Drake's Creek. 150 yards. Stone. Sec. 2. From Drake's Creek to Garrard County line, 100 yards. Crab Orchard & Chappell's Gap From Crab Orcbard City limits to end of pike, 100 yards of gmvel and 50 yards stone. From Stanford & Rush Branch pike, to Danville & Lancaster pike. Hustonville & Bradfordsville From Hustonville City limits to Casey county line, 140 yards. Gravel. Hustonville & Coffey's Mill Sec. 1. From Hustonville City limits to John Burton's 200 yards. GravSec. 2. From John Burton's to Mt. Salem, 125 yards. Stone. Hustonville & Danville Sec. 1. From Hustonville City limits to Carter's dirt road. Sec 2. From Carter's dirt road to Harris Creek. Sec . 3. From Harris' Creek to Boyle County line. Hustonville & McKinney From Hustonville & Coffey's Mill pike to AlcKinney & Cofffty Mill pike, 60 yards. Gravel. el. Robinson Gravel. GOODE & DUNKIE, COVINGTON, KY., Can supply you with Genuine or white SWEET CLOVER SEED-yell- ow bloom at 15 to 17c per pound. This seed is not hulled and is grown in Northern Ken- BI-ENNIAL tucky. Fresh Vegetables Always on'Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. Carpenter's Creek Hustonville Sec. I. From Hustonville City limits to bridge at Mrs. Williams'. Sec. 2. From bridge at Mrs. Williams to Casey county line. McKinney & Coffey's Mill Sec. 1. From McKinney City limits to J. S. Mobley's 100 yards. Stone. Sec. 2. From J. S. Mobley's to Mt. Salem, J 50 yard. Stone. Sec. 3. From Mt. Salem to Casey County line, 75 yards of .gravel and l!u yards of stone. & E. B. Campbell, Stanford. & From Hustonville & Stanford pike to McKinney City 50 yards of gravel and 20 yards of sto:n McKinney & South Fork Sec. 1. From Stanford & Hustonville pike to McKinney City limits, 125 yards. Gravel. Sec 2. I rem McKinney City limits to end of road, 100 yards. Gravel. Turnersville & McCormacks Church Sec. 1. From Stanford & Hustonville pike to Sam Helm's, 35 yards. l'-ni- McKinney & Turnersvlle Rugs, Lace Curtains, Wall Paper, Window Shades, With Complete Line of Furniture. LADIES' SUITS and COATS, Misses' and dren's Coats Suits and Overcoats. $20.00 and $22.50 Ladies $9.75 Suits, now , $5.98 $10.00 Suits, now Misses Coats, worth from $2.50 to $6.00, now will be offered at from $1.25 ) Gravel. Sec. 2. From Sam Helm's to Stan ford & Milledgeville pike 35 yards PENCE gravel. a HILL, Stanford. H Sec. 3 From Stanford & Milledge ville pike at McCormack's Church to btanford & Knob Lick, 30 yards. Gravel. Sec. 1. From center of Dix River bridge to Robinson pike. Sec. 2. From Ro"binson pike t- - cen- Danville & Lancaster Now Is The Time To Have Your ter of Hanging Fork bridge. Lincoln 8c Boyle Boyle-- CATARRH OF HEAD AND STOMACH Took Periana M. "Prank Itlchter. No. 209 Five Bottles Cured Me East I Second St. "Winona, Minn., writes: 'My catarrh was principally located in my head and stomach. I tried many 'remedies without success. tried several doctors, but they were unable to cure me. I read of Peruna in the papers, and five bottles cured in recommending Peruna for catarrh of the stomach. I know whit It Is to be afflicted with this awful disease and consider it my duty to say a word in behalf of the remedy which save me such relief. Peruna cured me, and I know it will cure any one else who suffers from this disease. It gives me great pleasure to testify to the curative effects of this medicine. Peruna i'a el well tested and frequently used remedy, and for catarrh of the stomach It is unsurpassed." As a rule, people when ailing apply very properly to a doctor before rethe medicine. The great majority are cured-bsorting to a ready-to-tak- e But a per cent, of chronic cases fail to 'find a cure and at doctor. medicines. It is'very noticeable indeed the last begin to use ready-to-tak- e or people among our testifiers who say that it was only after the number doctor had failed to cure them that they were induced to take Pemaa. Tfcen they find to their relief, to their surprise, to their joy, tkat Peruna is the remedy triey snould. nave tancn at nrsr. .. nlA-isur- me. "A3 e a remedy for catarrh I take y Stanford and Danville. Sec. 1. From Stanford City limits to Mrs. White's. Sec. 2. From Mrs. White's to Boyle County line. Stanford and Rush Branch. Sec. 1. From Stanford and Lancaster pike to Rush Branch Creek, 20 yds. stone. Sec. 2. From Rush Branch Creek to Hubble, 30 yds. stone. Stanford and Knob. Lick. Sec. 1. From Stanford and pike to Hanging Fork Creek, 25 yds. stone. Sec. "2. From Hanging Fork Creek to Hustonville and Danville pike, 25 yds. gravel. Stanford and Milledgeville. Sec. 1. From Stanford and Hustonville pike to McCormack's Church 20 yds. gravel. Sec. 2. From McCormack's Church to Milledgeville, 75 yds. gravel. Stanford Sc Preachersville Sec. 1. From Stanford & Crab Orchard pike to Wilkinson's Branch, 75 stone. Sec. 2. From Wilkinson's Branch to Lancaster & Crab Orchard pike. Stanford 8c Crab Orchard Sec. 1. From Stanford City limits to Baughman & Carpenter dirt road. Sec. 2. From Baughman & Carpenter dirt road to Thompson & Gaines' gate. Sec. 3. From Thompson & Gaines' gate to Ft. Whitley dirt road: Sec. 4. From Ft; Whitley dirt road to Crab Orchard City limits. Stanford ft. Otteahcim Sec. 1. From Stanford, & Somerset pike to J. G. Lynn's place,- .40 Hus-tonvil- le - work. From County line tr. Buck Baughman's at Boyle County line, 10 yards. Gravel. Roads without amount of metal specified are those that are now being worked or those for which application has been made for State Aid. Contractors desiring to bid on these State Aid roads may state price pet yard for stone and the amount of yards will be given later. For further information call on or phone the un dersigned, J. L. McKEE RIFFE, Road Engineer. Rubber Tires Put On. I am Splendidly Prepared to do it. Prices From $12 To $16. L. T. PENCE, Stanford, Hy. SUITS AND OVERCOATS Men's $15.00 and $20.00 MEN'5 Suits for ' s Overcoats Overcoats Men's $10.00 and $12.50 Suits and Boy's Suits' and Overcoats $3.75 from $1.50 to Chance To Save Mon ey. Don't Fail To Come. UTtT raters T Tii i ' r jA AL 11 Salem & Salem. The BARGAIN. STORE. V P fcl i "V'tf .Jf j'-A- . 4y f r V u. f A' f mo mmmmmmm '.: v . "&- i W V -- V 'rl,