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The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 2, 1915. WOMAN SLAYS HUSBAND. p -- - Thii Paper Stops Wlea Year Ti'fcr is np Watck the Date Om Label Reaew Yoar Snbscript;om PremjU fs : I i to Tuesdays and Friiys J l'O'OO Correction in Jesse D. Wearen's Card John Ross $4,500 PLEDGED IN EAST 10.00 Charley Ross END FOR BEE LICK PIKE Tom Fish In the card of Jesse D. Wearen, 10.00 10.00 announcing his candidacy for the James Nelson . 10.00 democratic nomination for Circuit Enthusiastic Road Meeting Held at Felix Nelson 50.00 Clerk in Friday's issue, two paraLevi Elder Crab Orchard Monday and PeoS. M. Saufley. 5.00 graphs became slightly "balled up" 5.00 giving different meaning than which H. R. Saufley. ple Rally to Cause. When the work of jthe solicitors Mr. Wearen intended. The two parais completed it is believed that at graphs of his card, should have read The most enthusiastic good roads least $6,000 will be pledged. The as follows: "To those that have supported me crowd that has gathered in this sec- proposition is to have Road Commistion in years was that at Crab Or- sioner Terrell go over the route and in my past races, I wish to express my chard Monday afternoon. The object and see the need of the people and sincere thanks, and I only hope that of the meeting, which had been called their willingness to aid in lifting I have so conducted myself as to on short notice, was to discuss the themselves out of the mud. is merit your support again. building of a pike from Crab Orchard likely that Mr. Terrell will beIt at To those that have not sen fit to to the Pulaski county line, just Crab Orchard the latter part of the support me in the past, I have south of Bee Lick, the Pulaski fiscal week ,and when he gets there he will nothing but kind feelings, and I hope court having designated that as the be met by as enthusiastic a crowd as that you may see your way clear to official route in connecting the coun- he has seen in many a day, we pre- support me in this race, for which I ties. East End people generally, and dict. The East Enders have little or assure you I will be very grateful those living on the mud road between no doubt about the success of their indeed." Bee Lick and Crab Orchard particu- - enterprise, notwithstanding the larly, composed the assemblage, that Lincoln's fiscal court has fact W' Local State Bank in Good Shape dewhich held its meeting in the "court- creed that the route by Eubanks is State Bank Examiner Farris, of house." Frankfort, was here last week and the official oqe. Capt. J. B. Willis was made chairmade an examination of the State man and J. R. Edmiston and W. B. Bank & Trust Company of this city. Weil Loses Fine Lot of Beeves. Hansford, secretaries. He stated at the conclusion of his exGeorge B. Brown, of Pulaski, was Among innocent victims of the foot amination, that he found the' local inthe first speaker and he told of the and mouth quarantine which is being splendid shape and many advantages that would be de- so rigidly enforced by federal and stitution in made in its business that the showing was rived from piking the road which led state siuthorities, last week, were the much better than the average of state through a splendid section of the Weils, of Lexington, among the larg- banks at the present time, and that country, which now had practically est cattle buyers and shippers in the he wss well pleased with it. no outlet. south. They had bee.i feeding an exHe was followed by another Pulas-kia- ceptionally fine lot of steers at a Death of Little Child R. W. Reynolds, who stated, farm north of the Kentucky river, Daisy, the bright little daughter of that he wTas old and crippled, but and last week put them on the cars Mr. and Mrs. Bragg Thompson, died that he proposed to donate to the for the Philadelphia market. They are at Crab Orchard Saturday of whoopsplendid cause of building the pike said to have had them inspected be- ing cough and was laid to rest by the and "lifting these good people out of fore shipment, but soon after getting side of her grandmother, Mrs. Al G. the mud and mire." into Pennsylvania, another inspector in the Lancaster cemetery Attorney W. B. Hansford was the opened up the cars and examined the Huffman,afternoon. The young parSunday next speaker. He dwelt at length herd, and claimed to have discovered ents have on the possibilities of the East End that a number of them were infected munity in the sympathy of the comtheir great bereavement. if the road were built, and insisted with the dreaded foot and mouth that what helped the East End would disease. Out of the 50 head in the Three Hotels For McKinney help the county. He thought the East shipment, all but two or three were The Lay House at McKinney, Mrs. End had not gotten ner share of the ordered killed, and Mr. Weil does not George Lay, proprietress, good things handed out by the fiscal know to whom to look for reimburse- giving that little city threehas opened s. good court and stated that while his sec- ment. The loss proved to be a heavy John Rowland, is chief cook tion of Lincoln couny had aided in one, as the beeves were all in fine and bottle washer. The other two hothe building up of the rest of the shape and would have brought top tels are The Gooch and McKinney hocounty, very little had been done for price. tels. the East End. W. E. Perkins, who is the most enWant 'Em To Get It Right Mad Dog At Turnersville thusiastic man in the county on the James Peek, killed a mad dog near E. J. Tanner, of McKinney, gets proposition of meeting the Pulaski spelled and written incorafternoon; It pike at Bee Lick, gave many reasons his name often that he has gotten TurnersvilleandSunday shepherd cross, was a red rectly so white why the citizens along the line should out a card with the following printed and when he saw it was having one donate freely toward the building of My name is J. Farmer fit after the pike. He began his business ca- on it. J. Tanner nornot E. Hanna nor stock he anotherit. and trying to bite E. J. killed nor C. reer at Bee Lick and there for twelve D. J. Turner nor E. J. McKinney nor years lived among the splendid peo- P. J. Darner nor F. M. Ware, but E. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. ple who today, for at least six J. Tanner. My address is not McKin-le- y Rev. M. D. Early, or the local Bapmonths of the year have no way of nor McHenry nor McKenzie nor getting to church, school or railroad McKenna, but McKinney. Since giv- tist church, went to Louisville Monday morning to attend a meeting of station save through mud. Like Mr. distribution he Hansford, Mr. Perkins insisted that ing the cards careful his name and the State Board of Missions. now occasionally gets Rev. Fanmiller will preach at the Crab Orchard Magisterial District address as it should be. Hubble Christian church Sunday. had not been dealt fairly with and March Gth at 11 o'clock A.. M. that the time had now come when she Broke His Leg k Remember the service should make her demands and stand While playing at the hemp house at the Presbyterian church Wednesfor them. Saturday, Tim Fisher, son of Mr. and K. S. Alcorn, of Stanford, made a Mrs. Spears Fisher, had the misfor- day evening at 7:30. Read Acts chapter five. telling talk and was liberally apThe union meeting of the Young plauded. He admitted that he owned tune to break his right ankle. He was otherwise painfully hurt. Peoples socities of Stanford, that was land along the proposed route, but held at the Presbyterian church on insisted that if he did not he would WAYNPBURG last Sunday evening at 6:30, was be just as strong for the proposition Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Acton and little largely attended by members from to build the pike. He told of the magnificent area that would be open- sons, Bryce ad Justice spent Sunday the socities of the different churches. ed and the many advantages that with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Reynolds. The meeting was lead by Sam J. Messrs. A. B. Morgan and R. Cur- Embry, Jr., who proved a very excel would result. Magistrate Petrevsaid WW were in Stanford Monday. lent' lea'der, having a well prepared 'xmsttA LlWtethat he was for the oroDosed.road. tisMi. Wallace xr.ei(xrBiid-Frida- qllx)gKl1mAIlheubjefcfor-en)ngwls lqgKmrbut that his colleagues of the fiscal" from a visit to his brother, "How "to Improve the PrayeYaleetT court "downed him as they had done on almost every other proposition Bruce Reynolds in Warrington, Fla. ing. Mrs. Owsley Newland, Mrs. H. Mrs. Eli Saylor came up from Val- D. Phillips and Mrs. J. B. Paxton that was of vital interest to the East End. That he had not been notified ley Oak to see her sister, Mrs. A. J. gave very interesting, as vell as beneficial talks on the subject. There of the meeting that was held here Johnson, who is quite ill. Mrs. Wm Kincaid returned to her were several other talks given, as to Monday, Feb. 22, and was inlast formed of it by Pulaski county peo- home in Cecelia Saturday after what the Christian Endeavors Socidays with her ties were doing in the mountains and ple, who wanted him to be on hand." pending several other places in Kentucky. The musiJ. C. McWhorter moved to Lincoln daugnter, jurs. ju. Li. Singleton, J. G. cal part of the program was a very Mesdames H. H. county from the mountains in order that he might have trie advantage of Warriner, W. R. Singleton, T. G. pleasing feature of the evening. This good roads; that he knows what it is Bennett, Elmer Morris and little meeting was indeed thoroughly ento wade through mud every time one daughter, Margery spent Friday with joyed by all who were present and it Mrs. E. L. Gadberry. is hoped that there will be many more went away from home. Mrs. A. J. Johuon continues very like this one. At this juncture subscriptions were called for and it kept the secretaries ill. Mr. Oliver Singleton letf Saturday MORELAND. jua.v kcluuk uie names anu amounts ..- News has come from Berea, anof those who wanted to subscribe to for Bowling Green, where he will en( nouncing the sickness of Virgil Durthe fund to help build a pike where ter the normal school. and Mrs. it is so badly needed. Following is Mr. grandson, W. R. Singleton and ham, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. DurButler Reynolds vis- ham, who live near this place. a list of those who contributed, and little Mr. Hume of Bloomington, 111., is this list will be largely augmented, ited their brother, G. A. Caldwell on a visit with relatives in this secfor each man in the meeting consid- Monday. School closed at this place Friday. tion. ered himself a committee of one to The trustees have eleceted the same Mrs. J. J. Moser went up to Giwork for the splendid cause: teachers for the coming term. lbert's Creek last Monday, returning W. E. Perkins $300.00 Miss Roberta Padgett of King's Tuesday. J-- . B. Willis 300.00 Mountain, visited Miss Grace Jeffery Mrs. George Hen&n left last MonJ. T. Cherry 300.00 Saturday and Sunday. day for a visit with relatives who live Crab Orchard Milling Co 300.00 Misses Selma Eubanks and Eva near Bloomington, 111. Josh Wilson 250.00 Horton spent Thursday night with Walter Tartar left last Saturday Kindrick Alcorn 200.00 Misses Irene and Juey Singleton. for Champaign, 111., to make his fuEd Hiatt 150.00 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rulon returned ture home. Gus Geizl 150.00 to their home in Lexington Sunday Mr. Sam Newell, of near Milledge-villR. L. Collier. 150.00 after visiting their parents, Mr. and is very poorly at this writing. Garner Price 100.00 Mrs. J. G. Record. Mr. Newell is the oldest man near Ed Gooch 100.00 Miss Minnie Caldwell is slowly im- here, being in his ninety-sixt- h year. J. H. Poynter. 100.00 proving. t Dr. and Mrs. Pipes and son, James, Matt Blanton 100.0.. Mr. R. E. Norris and family have motored to Boyle county last Sunday, Cary Anderson 100.00 moved into the section house. Mr. spending the day with relatives near Pate J. King. 100.00 Norris has charge of the section at Parksville. James Willard :.?. 100.00 this place. Mr. Sim Owens spent the week-en- d Henry Catron 100.00 Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Singleton with Pulaski friends. L. L., Sanders 50.00 rented a house from H. H. Singleton Mrs. Mary Shackelford who has J. S. Duke 50.00 and moved into it. spent the most of the winter with S. J. Tatem 25.00 Mrs. Clayton Padgett and baby relatives at Phil, has returned to her Galen Rogers. 25.00 left Saturday for Detroit, Michigan, home on the Hustonville pike. Sam Reynolds 25.00 where she will join her husband. Marion Caldwell of Somerset, was L. D. Gooch 25.00 Mrs. Tipton Sims visited her sons, the guest of Charley Singleton last Dr. W. W. Burgin 25.00 W. D. and Henry Sims in Somerset Saturday and Sunday. T. N. Butt 50.00 last week. John Collier of Somerset, spent Edmiston Bros., 100.00 Mr. W. D. Ross and family, of In- Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Malin-d- a Wm. Napier io,00 diana, have rented the C. G. Caldwell Gresham. J. C. Bailey 25.00 farm and have moved to it. Jas. M. Reynolds 100.00 Mr. T. B. Caldwell and wife have HERBINE cures constipation and John Elder 100.00 moved to their new home near the reestablishes regular bowel moveJ. N. Wallace ."..."."" 5o!oo Pond School. ments. Price 50. Sold by Shugars' T. J. Hendrixson 25.00 Drug Store, Stanford, & Lyne Bros., Amos Brown 50.00 ALB I A. Crab Orchard. G. P. Hendrickson '......'. 75!oO Elmer Wood has recently occupied J. K. Shackelford 25J00 NEAL'S CREEK J Ed Graham 25.00 the new dwelling house built by Geo. Mr. Tom Farmer, of Danville, is Sturgeon in Goochtown. Mr. and ;. Josh Harness 25 00 Henry Playforth ., Z 25'.00 Mrs. J. C. Chamberlain are spending spending several days with his faChicago. Mr. ther, Uncle Dink Farmer. J. W. Stringer. .;. 50.OO the winter visiting int Mr. and Mrs. Morris Daugherty, of Will Barton is improving over a very Amos Cordial 50.00 serious sprain Mr. Will Baston's lit- near Danville, were over to see home R. J. McAlister .:.... 25.00 George B. Brown 5o!oO tle girl is fast improving of typhoid folks Sunday. Miss Lena Kirk spent Sturady have been R. W. Reynolds 25.00 fever. There passing through some night with Miss Effie Farmer. strange visitors here. James Harness 25.00 Mr. Hugo over to J. C. Cummins 25.00 lately. Rev. Dave Chamberlain is Miss Myrtle Bodner wasSunday. see Daugherty complaining of losing a fine bunch James P. Rogers 25.00 Mr. John and son, Sam, "bf R. A. Smith 25.00 of chickens. Mr. Geo. Sturgeon has Waynesburg,Camden to filled his new log crib full of corn. were see Uncle Dink Jerry Brown 10.00 Ha! John W. Wilson 25.00 Ha! speaks Looks like the old cabin, Farmer Sunday. Mr. Wallace Brackett, of Stanford, well for W'lson. '. J. L. Simpson 25.00 but was out to see Edd Farmer Sunday. V. S. Brown 10.00 Miss Bessie Kirs spent Sunday Smock Baugh W. B. Brown 10.00 Miss Julia W. R. Watson, 10.00 Craig Baugh, Smock, aged 17, and night with her uncle, Mr. Will Kirk . 19, were married at the at Mason's Gap. W. E. Harness 10.00 that Mr. and Mrs. Hence Lay spent sev.: E. C. Walton 10.00 home of Rev. , Ed Hubbard bypopugentleman. Saturday. Both are eral days with her home folks, Mr. Charles Adams r.: 10.00 James Clark 25.00 lar young people of the Highland and Mrs, Jim Green. Miss Myrtle Daugherty was over io T.. James Chaddle 20.00 section. see Miss Oca .Farmer last week. ". James Tinder, 50.00 For the Stomach and Liver The little daughter, of Mr. and, L. H. Goodwin 50.00 I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y., Mrs. Henry Kitts, has been very sick, Dave Belcher 10.00 W. C. Pettus 25.00 writes "I have used Chamberlain's we are sorry to say. Tablets for disorders of the stomach and liver off and on for the past five Take HERBINE for indigestion. It Best Treatment for Constipation years, and it affords me pleasure to relieves the pain in a few minutes "My daughter used Chamberlain's state that I have found them to be and forces the fermented matter Tablets for constipation with good re- just as represented. They are mild in which causes the misery into the bowsults and I can recommend then their action and the results have .been els where it is expelled. Price 50c. highly," writes Paul B. Babin, Brush-l- satisfactory. I value them highly." Sold" by Shugars' Dm Store, 'StanLa. For sale by all dealers. . ford, Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. For sale by all dealers. -n, Horrible Tragedy in Mercer County Saturday Nfght. John Peavor, a prominent farmer living two miles west of Harrods-bur- g was shot and instantly killed at 6 o'clock Saturday night by his wife, son, Laura, after their John, had made an ineffectual effort to prevent the tragedy. Immediately afterward Mrs. Peavor called Sheriff J. W. Davenport, of Mercer, and told him what she had done. When the officers arrived Peavor's body was already cold and Mrs. Peavor was in a state bordering on collapse. Mrs. Peavor refused to make any statement as to the cause of the tragedy, and her son was not thoroughly questioned by the officers, but according to the information the posse gained from the neighbors the Peavor nome life has not been happy for some time. Due to Mrs. Peavor's condition special guard was placed about her quarters in the jail, and will' be kept there until she recovers from the shock of her experience. The Peavors had only two children. Besides the boy and his wife, Peavor is survived by a married daughter, a Mrs. Robinson, of Danville, 111., who has been notified. Ballard Votes $300,000 Road Bonds. Ballard county voted Saturday on gravel road bonds for $300,000, the vote for bonds being 2,002, and 727 against. H. G. Skiles, the newly elected cashier of the Crab Orchard Banking Co., will arrive from Salem, Ind., Friday to begin his work. Cashier Bailey will remain with him until he. gets well broken in to his work. s hos-telrie- mid-wee- "" y Danyille will have a fair this year. The dates decided upon are July 21, 22 and 2?,. The Advocate says .that B. G. Fox Louisville Stock Yards to Be Opened. has sold a half interest in Kis DanReopening of the Bourbon stock ville livery stable to Eldredge Bean-fo- yards next Thursday morning has $5,500. been recommended to the Bureau of W. A. Reynolds, of Junction City, Animal Industry, United States Dehas sold to Robert Powers his stock partment of Agriculture, by Dr. U. G. of drugs and fixtures in Danville. Mr. Houck, Dr. A. J. Payne and John W. Powers is from Perryville. Newman, chairman of the Kentucky Livestock Sanitary Board. A conOTTENHEIM ference was held Saturday afternoon Mr. J. R. Russell has been very ill at which the decision was reached, and the recommendation was made. for a few days with rheumatism Mr. Eugene Petrey purchased Mr. Mr. Newman said that the GovernJ. Ortwein's farm last week. Mr. Ort-we- ment officials realize that the cleanwill go back to Missouri, where ing and disinfecting of the Bourbon stockyards has been thorough and he will make his future home. that there seems to be no danger, if Dr. Greyvalley is on the sick list. Messrs. James Russell and Otto the necessary care is being taken by Ensslin are building a large barn for shippers and buyers. Mr. Emil Bless. General News A wedding was solemnized at the T. Vaught, aged 59 and a subLutheran church last Thursday when John Mrs. Augustina Kuhr became the stantial citizen of Somerset, is dead. bride of Mr. August Beck. The cereJ. Hal Muir, a prominent banker mony was performed by Rev. Schu- of Bloomfield, is dead of pneumonia. mann in the presence of a gathering Joseph G. Faulkner, night editor of friends. Both have the congratula- of the Associated Press at Cincinnati, tions of their many friends. is dead. He was well known to the Mr. Paul Hartel and Miss Julia press of Kentucky. Stickler, Mr. Frank Wientjes and Charles Roach was struck on the Miss Barbara Russell, Mr. Will Trub head with a blunt instrument and and" Miss Theresa Montag. Mr. Char- - killed at Step, Pulaski county. John JieMontag and lIiffillllMfMHflJlsmi iMarcum is charged with the crime, ana messrs. .Joe triuenson and .Joe-- f riiePulaski county grand jury re Busse were the guestswpf Misses Ag- turned 102 indictments; none for nes and Nellie Sehulerpuuday. They murder, however. Catholics of Cincinnati have just returned home at a late hour and reI completed a $4,000,000 hospital, con ported a nice time. buildings, and, Messrs. Ernest Stickler and John sisting of twenty-fou- r acres. Meredith drove to Highland Sunday. has sixty-fiv- e Mr. Gues Schitzler bought a tract President Wilson nominated J. E. of land from Mr. George Petrey at Moseley, as postmaster at Hopkins-vill- e over the protest of Senator-elea fancy price. r LATEST WAR NEWS. The State Department at Washington was handed the notification of Great Britain and France to neutrals regarding the reprisals to be inaugurated against Germany and her allies, which is considered by American diplomats as the most serious phase of the shipping controversy so far arising. A strong protest immediately is regarded almost certain, and it is stated at the capital that the measures to be inaugurated against Germany are worse than a blockade and calculated to paralyze the commerce of neutral countries. Premier Asquith in the House of Commons delivered "England's answer to Germany's submarine block-ade- ." If the combined fleets of Great Britain and France can prevent it, no commodities of any kind except those on the seas shall henceforth, until the conclusion of the war, reach or leave the shores of Germany, the Premier stated. He also touched upon the cost of the war, which he estimated at $7,500,000 daily to the Allies, and likely to increase. The attack of the allied fleet on the Dardanelles has been delayed because of unfavorable weather for long range fire and aeroplane observations, according to a statement from the Admiralty. The Paris Temps asserts that an agreement has been reached between France, Great Britain and Russia regarding the future status of the Dardanelles whereby Russia is to have free passage of the Straits. The Russians have concluded their operations around Przasnysz, according to their official report, where they defeated and have thrown back to the frontier "not less than two army corps." The Germans, after compelling the retreat of the Russian Tenth army, attempted to Join battle with the forces at Mlwa, where it is claimed they failed in a driving gomery said that the Fiscal Court of Casey at a special meeting had appropriated $8,000 for road work and reconstruction, and would ask a like sum from the State Road Fund. A delegation composed of several officials including Senator Montgomery, and County Attorney Lige Moore will go to Frankfort today to take up the matter with the State Road department. One of the first pieces of road work which will be done with the fund thus secured, will be complete reconstruction of the pike from Hustonville to Liberty, which is the county seat route from Liberty to Stanford. Mr. Montgomery says that it is the plan of the Casey officials to put this road in first class shape, build a number of badly needed bridges, and in fact, give Casey county better roads than she has ever known before. BOUNTY ON SCALPS OF HAWKS Casey Wants State Aid On Roads CRAB ORCHARD BURGLA Casey county has joined the proPLEAD GUILTY IN COURT cession and has applied for State Aid for its roads, according to State Sen Youths Go To Reform School for ator Charles F. Montgomery, who was Crime Nolan Gets $9,500 from in btanford Monday, benator Montj Q. St. C. Other Court Notes. Fish and Game Commission Plans To Protect Game Bids In State Progress and plans in restocking Kentucky with big game and birds and the streams with fish occupied most of the session of the State Game and Fish Commission at Frankfort this week. Forty-fiv- e whitetail deer are thriving in the game preserve in Bell county and an order has been placed with the Cleveland Cliffs Company of Michigan, for twenty adult deer. In addition to these the three Japanese deer presented to the commission by Commissioner Burnam, who received them from a friend in New York, have been placed there and thret English Fallow deer, a fine species, which thrives in this countyr will be placed in the preserve soon. Should the next General Assembly make a closed season on deer for a sufficient period, deer from the pie-serwill be distributed throughout the State where conditions are favorve able. in is working. Permits have been secured to catch a large number in Alabama and Florida; but arrangements to secure a supply in Mexico were frustrated by the discovery of a disease among them, which resulted in a Government embargo on their importation. The season for transportation from Cuba will close February 28, but the commission has succeeded in getting a contract for fifty pairs. An experiment is being undertaken with English ringnecks, which will be sent to the Bell county preserve under the care of a gamekeeper. If they thrive, eggs will be distributed over the state. For the protection of the feathery game, bird refuges will be established in each county and contract forms have been prepared for submission to land owners, who will agree to with the a problem on which the commission Restocking the fields with quajl is The quickest action that has been obtained in courts around here in a case after a commission of a crime, was secured in the Lincoln Circuit court last week when Judge Hardin impaneled a special grand jury to hear the evidence against Harve Hopkins and Joe Leisure, the two white men who burglarized J. Thos. Cherry's store at Crab Orchard last week. The grand jury was composed of Messrs. P. M. Kennedy, Dink Farmer, Jesse D. Wearen, Harry Hill, J. G. W. Carter, E. T. H. Wright, Pence, Sr., John Stone, O. P. Huffman, W. T. Tucker and J. C. Florence. Indictments, charged each of the men with housebreaking were returned at once, and they plead guilty before a petit jury which sentenced them to a term of from one to two years in the House of Reform at Greendale. Each of the burglars is under 21 years of age,"one being about 17 and the other 18. They live in the Fall Lick section, back of Crab Orchard. There was no chance for them to make a defense as they were wearing clothing taken from Mr. Cherry's store when apprehended by the police. At the conclusion of this case, and the filing of a few civil orders, circuit court adjourned after a two weeks' session. Judge Hardin went to Lancaster Monday where he began a term of court. Nolan Gets Big Damages Again machine The evidence of an proved to have an important bearing in the second trial of the damage suit of Ed Nolan against the Cincinnati Southern railroad in the circuit court last week. Upon order of the court Mr. Nolan was taken to Lexingexpert, took a ton, where an picture of his hip which was alleged to have been permanently injured by negligence on the part of the railroad and its employes. Photographs so taken were shown the jury which tried the case with the result that a verdict in favor of Nolan, awarding him $9,500 damages was brought into court. This case was tried once before in the local circuit court and a judgement for $10,000 damages against the railroad given Nolan. The railroad appealed to the Court of Appeals, which set the verdict aside and ordered a new trial. In the case of the Crab Orchard Banking Company against P. M. Condor, the bank obtained a judgment for $408, with interest from X-R-ay X-R-ay July 10, 1913. J. R. Powell was granted an appeal to the Court of Appeals in his damage suit against the L. & N. railroad for Mrs. Sue Russell is some better after a sever case of grip. Mr. Frank Wientjes took a nice load of wheat to Stanford Tuesday. Local Agent H. C. Carpenter reports the sale of a 1915-modMaxwell runabout with electric lights and starter to Judge Charles A. Hardin. FRESH Bread, pies and cake? every day at W. R. Willis & Son's bakery, fancy grocery and restaurant. 18-- 1 e, McKinney W. C. T. U. Recepiion On Wednesday afternoon and evening, February 17th, the Frances S. Willard Memorial Day was celebrated by the McKinney Woman's Christian Temperance Union by the tendering of a reception to the general public. A house to house invitation was and there as a wide reox-tend- ;. sponse.' Temperance literature and information was giver out to every one who called. Refreshments were served and a pleasant time spent. Ten new members were gained, making a total membership of thirty two. The object of the reception was to create interest and sympathy in the W. C. T. U. work, and to gain new members, so it is a grateful satisfaction to know that our efforts were crowned with success. Miss Mancie Ware, Supt. of Press Department. Prize Hereford Herd Burns A large stock barn on W. H. Curtice's Pine Park farm, eight miles north of Shelbyville, burned this week with forty head of registered Hereford cows and heifers of the famous Beau Donnell and Perfection strams. The anima's burned comprised the cream of this herd and include! among them were many prize winners at international shows, as wvll as d stock, wh'ch was being for the show herd during the coming season. Mr. Curtice is in California, but other Hereford breeders familiar, with his herd, estimate the money loss at nob less than $25,000. No insurance was carried on the cattle, and only $750 on the barn. pro-pare- ". Show At McKinney All This Week A good musical comedy is playing at the McKinney Co.,'s opera' house all this week. The show is said to be a meritorious one. . Money For Farmers. $2,000 to $40,000. for 5 years at a low rate of interest, on first mortgage. See or write us at once. g, Phone No. 51. Rue & Curry, 17-- 3 Ky. JJar-rodsbur- We can secure you loans - from y, A good treatment for a coldsettled in the lungs is a HERRICK'S RED PEPPER POROUS PLAoTER applied to the chest-t- o draw out inflammaHORE-HOUNtion, .and BALLARD'S SYRUP to relax, tightness You get the two'jretcedies for the price-o- f oncfiy 'buying the sixe Horhound-TRpthere is a poioiv plaster f ree with ejteh bottle. Sold hv ShufaiK Dnijf S?rft S'anford, & Lyne Bros.. t'CrllnOrehard, D Y f-- and third prizes probable. The commission also will continue the successful policy of offering rewards for the conviction of game and fish law violators The policy has resulted in a large number of convicBeckham. tions. Mrs. Bettie E. Monarch, of Owens-bor- o The commission will purchase or died as the result of burns re- lease fish ponds to secure from them ceived. She was the wife of Richard fish for the distribution among the Monarch, formerly a wealthy dis- streams of the State. The transportatill er. tion has proven economical and the Somerset relatives have been in- commission has secured a properly formed of the acidental killing of Dr. equipped car for that purpose. Carl Doolin at Ash Grove. He was alChairman J. G. Sachs, of Louisso a relatives of Wm. Doolin, of Gar- ville, Commissioners R. R. Burnam, rard. Richmond, and J. E. Crider, Fredonia Petitions in voluntary bankruptcy were present at the meeting. have been filed by the Mattingly & Moore distillery Company and F. G. KING'S MOUNTAIN Walker & Co., of Bardstown, showing assets of $296,00 and liabilities of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin were $393,000 called to the bedside of her father, who is very ill. Shooter Acquitted; "Shootee" Fined Mrs. Ella Saylor, of Valley Oak, is Herbert Naylor, the negro boy visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. who shot his stepfather, George Cof- D. Johnson. Mr. J. B. McKee has sold his farm fey, in the neck when he attempted to strike his mother, was tried before to Mr. Embry, of Ohio for $3,250. Judge Bailey Saturday and acquitted. Mr. McKee will move to Atlanta, Ga., Coffey, for entering the house in a few weeks. Mrs. Alzono Rigney of Danville, is against the will of Naylor's mother, was fined $30 and hej is laying out visiting relatives and friends. Prof. K. E. Sutherland accompanithe fine in jail. ed his wife and son, Edward Martin io their home near Bowling Green. BEECH GROVE Mrs. Lucy Lunsford, of IndianapoWe are having very beautiful springlike weather now and the roads lis, Ind., is visiting her brother, Henry Gooch. are getting better. The M. E. church is being very There is quite an epidemic of whooping cough and measles among much improved by a new addition. The 'adic? of the tow gaTe Mr. the little folks of our community. Misses Jennie Smith and Bertha Fred Reynolds a linen shower Feb. Davis were the pleasant callers of 25th, it being her birthday; Mr. Allen Davis, of Science Hill, Miss Ella Hoskins Saturday afterwas a pleasant caller at this place noon. Mrs. Alex Robinson gave a pound last week. Mr. Elmer Wright got his ankle party to the young people Wednesday night. There was quite a crowd pres- sprained last Saturday night while ent and everyone felt that it was runing. Mr. C. D. Evans, formerly of this good to have been there. Miss Roxie Spangler attended place, lately of Arkansas, has returned to King's Mountain, has held church at Preachersville Sunday. Miss Ella Hoskins visited Miss Nan a series of meetings at the M. E. church which has been a decided Bailey Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Smith received the benefit to theommunity. He is now sad news last week of the illness of opening a furniture factory, and we her daughter, Miss Lucy, who is at- predict for him unbounded success tending school at Wiliamsburg. Mrs. in his new enterprise. Miss Lydia McKee delightf uuly enSmith and Josephine left at once for tertained a number of friends on Satthat place. Mr. George King jmd J. S. Davis urday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Carey and son, visited the aged Mr. Spangler Sunday, who is still quite feeble, we are of Burgin, visited relatives and friends Sunday. sorry to say. Mr. Alex Robinson lost a valuable Griffin Turner driving horse last week. Miss Dora Griffin and Virgil TurMr. and Mrs. P. Elam and Mrs. Rhoda Parker, of Middlesboro, visit- ner were joined in wedlock's holy bond at Alex Wren's on the 27th. ed Mrs. Bettie Davis Saturday. Mr. John Hoskins, son of Mr. Jim To The Housewife "Hoskins, of this place has moved here Madam, if your husband is like Bell county to make his home. from Mrs. J. S. Davis has just received most men he expects you to look afthe news that her brother, Mr. W. W. ter the health of yourself and chilAdams, who is now in business in dren. Coughs and colds are the most Kansas City, will pay her a visit in common of the minor ailments and the spring with his niece, Miss Opal are most likely to lead to serious disAdams. Mr. Adams will be remember- eases. A child is much more likely to ed here as a jolly good fellow and contract diptheria or scarlet fever will be welcomed back by his host of when it has a cold. If you will inquire into the merits of the various remfriends. edies that are recommended for For hoarseness, inflammed lungs coughs and colds, you will find that or irritating coughs, BALLARD'S .Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands HOREHOUND SYRUP is a healing high in the, estimation of people who balm. It does its, work quickly and. use it. It is prompt and effectual, thoroughly, .trice 25c, 50 c and $1.00 pleasant and safe to take, which are per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug qualities especially to be desired Jtore, Stanford, & Lyne Bros., Crab when a medicine k intended for chil' dren. For sale by Orchard.' ct all-deale- rs. commission. War will be waged on destructive hawks, which pirey- upon gsmfc birds, and to this end prizes will be offered in each county for the largest number of scalps of hawks with second - destruction of his planing mill, which was alleged to have been caused by sparks from an engine. A jury in circuit court at a previous term returned a verdict for the railroad. Mary Fisher was granted a divorce from Wm. Fisher. J. T. Barnett, of Rowland, lost his suit of $1,999 damages against the L. "N. railroad for being pat offa, train for failure to pay fare asked between Stanford and Rowland. Barnett tendered the conductor on the train with 10 cents, the price of a ticket between the two points but the conductor asked 20 cents for the cash train fare, which Barnett refused to pay. The juiy found for the railroad. J. G. Carpenter obtained a judgment against O. G. Speak for $20.50 for medical services. Speak set forth a counter claim for lumber etc. Former Lincoln Man Dead in Iowa. Mrs. Mary S. Todd of Woodward. Iowa, sends the I. J. the following notice from an Iowa paper of the death of her father, Thos. H. Smith, who was a former resident of Lin coin county, having lived near Rowland: "Thomas Hardin Smith was born near Abington, Va., March 8, 1849 and died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. H. Todd, two miles east of Woodward, on December 25, 1914. He removed with his parents to Tennessee at the age of 15 years. Later carrv ;o Kentucky and about ten years ago to Dallas county, Iowa, and has since lived with his children. He was married to Nannie Holtsclaw on Jan. 17, 1865. To this union were born six children, four sons and two daughters, all of whom are living. Besides the wife and children there are two brothers and eight grand-childre- n to mourn their loss. Mr. Smith was a member of the Grand Army Post at Woodward. One by one the boys of the 60's who bravely defended their country are answering the last roll call and are appearing in the Grand Review before the Commander in Chief of the Universe. Mr. Smith enlisted in Kentucky Cavalry in 1861 and spent a little over four years in the service of his country. He united with the Christian church about 30 years ago. About 15 years ago he united with the Cumberland Presbyterian church of which he was a consistent member until his death. Mr. Smith was a good neighbor and citizen, was kind and patient in the family and was resigned. The funeral services were held from the M. E. Church in Woodward on Sunday, December 27, conducted by Rev. J. BL Beveridge. Music was furnished by s, a quartette composed of Miss Mrs. Cassie Burkhart, Messrs. O. C. Miller and Wm. Wade. The pall bearers were Messrs. H. C. Calonkey, W. E. Grimm, W. P. Dickerson, F. S. Guthrie, C. M. Crank and J. P. Carrel. Interment in the Woodward cemetery." h-Eva-Park- Sam Davis Dies At Lancaster Sam Davis, a nephew of Mrs. Lelia B. Cook, of this city, and Sam M. Owens, of McKinney, died at his home at Lancaster last week, aged 42. He was a son of W. C. Davis, for years in the well-know- S tailoring business in Somerset, and n in this ct.unty The burial occurred at Somerset and Mr. Owens and other relatives of this county at-- , tended it. A pan in the side or bnck that catches you when you straighten up calls for a rubbing application of BALLARD'S LINIMENT. It relaxes the contracted muscles and permits ordinary bodily motion without suffering or inconvenience. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 pr bottle.' Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, ft. Lyne iBros., Crab Orchard. .- -- ii ., !' , "v '- -, i, $ ": . '$ffr'i''v ?" . -H Sr?" c A :i r ?! -' . - t- s ii - -- i i. -- 4 A V- -W : i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. fTufescfayj March 2, 1915 The Interior Journal SEE IF THE CHILD'S TONGUE IS COATED 17 OVER 500 PERSONS fl WALTON & SAUFLEY Editors and Managers. A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Mother! Don't Hesitate! If Cross, Feverish, Constipated, Give "California Syrup of Figs" Look at the tongue, mother! If coated, it is a sure sign that your little one's stomach, liver and bdwels need a gentle thorought cleansing at once. When peevish, cross, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, doesn't" eat or act natue, Overhead Expenses Reduced f Have accounts with Entered at the patoffiee mt. Stanford a itcond clatt mail matter. Our Savings Department. You can start on 1 cent. Time Certificates Issued for Larger Amounts. All Bear 3 Per Cent Interest 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. In order that all might forget their troubles for the nonce, Vevay, Ind., had what the citizens termed a "smile day." People suspended business and just sat around and smiled and smiled. It was a great day and some of those who enjoyed it most are said to be still smiling. There is nothing so delightful as smiling whether you want to or not, and we imagine those clever Vevay citizens had the time of their lives. "Smile, darn you, smile," is street slang as old as the hills, but as the admonition is given more in jest than earnestness, it is nothing as compared with the decree of the people of the little Hoosier town to "smile and smile all day." Sarah Bernhardt says she can not live without the theatre. She was told oy her physicians that her leg might not have to be amputated if she would lie on a sofa for five. or six months. Her answer was: "Work is my life. I rather be mutilated than powerless. I want to work again, thus recovering my gaiety, and I hope to use again all that force of art which keeps me up and will keep me up Lincoln CQimty National Bank Capital $100,000; $100,100. "Corner Next to Court House" rally, or is feverish, stomach sour, sore breath bad; has stomach-achthroat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of its little bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful child again. You needn't coax sick children to take this harmless "fruit laxative;" they love its delicious taste, and it always makes them feel splendid. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has directions for babies, children of all ages; and for grown-up- s plainly on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. To be sure you get the genuine, ask to see that it is made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind with 18-- 1 contempt. 50-ce- nt Hat and Cap Sale We are going to have a Spring Cleaning of our hat case and for two weeks we are going to give you an 'opportunity to get your Hats and Caps at a special low price. This is not a sale of out of style hats only but a sale of every hat and cap in the house. Now listen to this John B. Stetson Hats, $3.50, $4 and $5 quality, soft and stiff at two dollars and seventy fjve 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-nois your chance. Spring Cleaning Prices are 15c for the 25c caps; 35c for the 50c ones and 65c for the $1 grade doesn't 1 1 1 . v ', ,1 w Stanford, Kentucky. Delicate Children V usually only need a food tonic to make them strong and healthy ySaSmSmSm ' Emulsion is not only the best food tonic but is pleasant to take. Sold only by us. Penny's Drug Store. containing Hypophosphitea maB!L HveOil -- . that sound good. A y Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 34 has an Allen 37 horsepower Weston-Mo- tt en- Obituary. On Tuesday morning, January 19, Little James McCarley, son of W. R. McCarley, died at the home in Stanford, Ky., of tuberculosis of the bone. McROBERTS & BAILEY Corner Main and Lancaster u ::::::::: Plg.T'gB until I pass to the world beyond the grave." Sarah loves wje theatre and great is Sarah loved by the devotees of the theatre. We speak of Alaska's gold supply but seldom of her fisheries. Last year the sea yielded more than its mines, The former produced over $23,000,- 000 and the mines about $19,000,- 000. Pretty good from an investment of $7,200,000 the amount Uncle Sam paid for Alaska less than fifty years ago. 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. We 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 car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handsome car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, touring carat $89,5, is the complete answer to your requirements. gine, and leather upholstery, Wamertraismission and steering gear, d expanddrive, ing brakes, 110 -- inch yheelbase, demountable rims, aluminum crank case and aluminum transleft-han12-in- ch floating axle, mohair top mission case, ment and electric starter. tf electric full equip- lights Nearly $30,000,000 in orders have been placed by the American railroads with makers of equipments during the last thirty days. Besides these big contracts, the Russians and French governments have ordered enough stock from domestic producers to insure activity in locomotnve works and car factories for the next six months. The weight of the car is 2300 lbs., which, with the power of the motor, insures economy of operation. U .r W. hulli ether Biod.U. thrcs readUtcra twa tesriaf cars, tag ! aria, $875 raaf t. $1395. tress Kenton Motors Co. MSZ3MZ Factory Representatives Dealerst Write or wira for agency proposition style, finish, ptver, ectntmj eperatitn, equipment, serviceable qualities and price, Allen cars take the lead for Sontkera Okio, adjacent Wert Vfa-liTerritory, Southern Indiana and eatire State off Kentucky. aia 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 cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-liur' froo P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pins for constipation. go, The Louisville woman who wants All through the night, how lonely it alimony of $85 per month and custoGET your meat at W. R. Willis & seems, dy of i her ten children must already can pretty good bank account of For no little Jairres to wake us out Son's. Best and tenderest that 18-- 1 have a be had in town. Prices right. of our dreams, her own or is probably looking for money from home. Any way 'twill We miss you all through the weary hours, Wedding presents at Mueller's take some tall financing to support good woman and her ten little We miss you as others miss sunshine Jewelry Store, Stanford. the and flowers, opes on the amount she wants from Daytime or nighttime, wherever we her erring hubby. go, TOBACCO MAN WANTED, who Dear littel James, we miss you so! can take care of his own crop. AdIllinois men are evidently too chiv- uear nuie James, wnen the Master dress Box 196, Stanford, Ky. 18-- 4 alrous to convict women, it matters shall call, not with what they are charged. We'll welcome the -- ummons that FOUND. J. H. Raney found in There have been 19 straight acquitcomes to all. front of the Alcorn home Monday, a had-killtals of the fair sex who When our feet touch the water so child's white cloak. Call on him and men in Chicago. It may be, however, dark and so cold, that Chicago men need killing, and And we catch the first glimpse of the pay him or us 25c for this notice. we suspect that the latter is the case. 'city of gold. Leghorn FOR If we keep our eyes fixed on the eggs. 50SALE a S. C. Brown $3.00 per cents setting or changed. Clashes in Times have heavenly gate, 100. Also a pen of Buff Orpingtons. the U. S. Senate were once followed Over the tide where the white-robe- d Mrs. W. F. Dishon, Stanford, R. F. D. by coffee and pistols for two, but ones wait, 18-- 1 now the Senator leaves a clash for Shall we know you we wonder, amid 1. Phone 88Y. his hotel with hign temperature. the sweet strains? BUFF ORPINGTONS Pure bred; High temperature what would John Beckoning us over, Oh dear little eggs for sale at all times. 75 cents per Randolph, Andy Jackson and such James? A FRIEND. setting. C. C. Withers. R. F. D. 2, sturdy old fellows think of that? 18-Stanford, Ky. "I Don't Feel Good" That is what a lot of Deafness Cannot Be Curedv Usually their bowels onlypeople tell ur. FOR SALE Four Shorthorn bull need cleansing. by local applications, as they cannot reach the calves, 11 months old and registered. diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutionThey are first-clas- s ones. See them. al remedies. Deafness is caused br an inflamed HENRY BAUGHMAN, Hustonville. condition of the mucous lining of tbe Eustachian will do thfrjrickjmdinakeyoufedfine. 18-tTube. When this tube Is Inflamed yon hare a f We know this positively. Take on rumbling Bound or Imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness Is the result, and tonight. Sold only by us, lOcenta. unless the Inflammation can be taken out. and SINGLE COMB Brown Leghorn Penny's Drug Store. this tube restored to its normal condition, heareggs from healthy, farm range, wining will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but ter layers. Fifteen for 60 cents, one ETNA. an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. hundred for $3.00 cash. Erie C. Far-ra- ,. give One Hundred Dollars for any case We will J. E. Payne, of Eubank, the hustof Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo Lancaster, Ky. Box 272. 18-- 8 ling live wire good ed Little James would have been ten years of age, had he lived until the 12th day of May; and six years of that time he had been an intense sufferer of that dreadful disease. He Has undergone several operations and his little life has hung in the balance a great many times until at last God was ready to take him to his eternal Homewhere there is no sickness, sorrow or death. After funeral services at the home his body was laid to rest in the Lancaster Cemetery to await the resurrection morn. His mother, who was Miss Mary Underwood, before her marriage, died when little James was less than two years of age, so he never knew the love of a real mother; but the devotion and loving Kindness of the dear father, sister, brother, neighbor and friends seemed to have been showered down upon the little invalid in double portion, for they tried to ease his every pain, grant his every wish, lighten his every burden, and give him every earthly comfort. We will miss him Oh! so sadly! God gave us "the little flower, budded on earth to blossom in Heaven." Dear Little James, we miss you so! All through the day, wherever we French Remedy for Stomach Troubles The leading doctors of France have for years used a prescription of vegetable oils for chronic stomach trouble and constipation that acts like a charm. One dose will convince. Severe cases of years' standing are often greatly benefited within 24 hours. So many people are getting surprising results that we feel all persons suffering from constipation, lower bowel, liver and stomach troubles should try Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. It is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your money will be refunded without question or quibble 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 REXALL THROAT GARGLE. A prompt, pleasant, efficient remedy for Sore Throat, which does. nott discolor the teeth. We guarantee it to be satisfactory to you, or we will refund your money without question. 25 and 50 cents Sold only by us. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. OUR LINE OF SPRING CLOTHING NOW READY. WE CAN SATISFY YOU IN PRICE, QUALITY AND STYLE. ASK TO SEE OUR ALL WOOL BLUE SERGE SUITS FOR $10.00 Here's What You Want FOR SALE. Yearling Poll Angus bull. Ready for service. S. J. 16-- 2 timbry, Jr., Stanford, Ky. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky . A FEW REASONS WHY WE CONSIDER IT THE STRONG- EST AND BEST. : : : : : The hinge joint is the most AlIOflf9l1 Blllal Hjlll " tjU " mm m 4. LkBI T ilBin I Bflff 7U 5llljE """"" """"""" mmm av W. E. Crab Orchard - - :::::::: PERKINS - practical fastening for the stay wire. The weight of this fence denotes strength and durability. The price is the lowest, quality considered. There are many others, let us explain them to you before buying. - Kentucky s ROBINSON'S Next to Lincoln County National Bank Precocious Girl, This The following, sent from Whites-burmay be true, but it has a slightly fishy ring, notwithstanding: "Miss Grace Newman, age 10 years, daughter of J. H. Newman, of this city, boasts of being the youngest high school graduate in Kentucky. Little Miss Newman passed the high school examination a few days ago, receiving her diploma, and her grade was among the highest in" Letcher county. She is unusually small for her age." g, of the road system, has been busy almost day and night securing subscriptions for the pike, and the farmers are very well pleased of the good prospect, and most of them want the Stanford road to have it. Mr. Tom Goff has finished hanging wall paper for V. T. Allen. Mr. V. T. Allen is having some more clearing done this spring, and when completed he will have a field of as good soil as Pulaski county 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. T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully tested, glasses scientifically presented. 16-3- m DR. J. G. CAR115KTER Office in Lincoln County National Bank Building. Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-eturinary, pectal, pelvic diseases, o, Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. 4 SEVERE PUNISHMENT Of Mr;. Cbappell, aretroubled with heartburn, gases and a distressed feeling after eating take a If You f sapphire, and one a solitaire diamond. Moreland, Ky., Return to 17-- 2 Fire Years' and receive reward. post-offic- e, J. Bell's residence, Moreland, Ky., two rings, one set with diamond and LOST. Between post-offi- ce and T. Go To s Farris' For Your Roots & Herbs """aaBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB aBBBBBBa anaBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI before and after each meal and you will obtain prompt relief. Sold only by us, 25o Penny's Drug Store, JSSSSSSk Tablet GOD'S MEDICINES aaaaaaaaaaaBfcy.''-- CaW ffiaW C3AIUE WHITE He WOTE-sWOT- -- MOON forty Bemlist CttEYIIME HfMJU) Compounded according to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie "White-Moo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great Body-Ton- ic SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write C03C-CEX-SAR, STOP AND THINK BARGAINS BARGAINS To My Friends: You see in the papers of Clearance Sales to sell to make room for new goods. That means a small cut on goods. But I mean to sell to PAY MY DEBTS. We will start sales MARCH 1st and continue 30' days. We have a splendid stock of SHOES about 400 pair Ladies' and Gents, Boys and Girls; DRY GOODS and NOTIONS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, HARDWARE, TINWARE, ' Etc. goods will be sold UNDER These COST. Groceries will be sold at COST during the 30 days' sales. COME. AND GET A BARGAIN. LAFE MORGArl. ' Milledgerille, Ky. originator or ESKMES CM-C&-S- Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N A SCEXCE Sf West Broadway LouisviHe, Kentucky PLANTS T FRUITS AND SHADE TREES aad our first offering of the remarkable Mammon th Pearl Potato. TopksofYwHwPeefte'sSeWyotto, Morocco 86c, Send for Catalog. Piedfe,ete.RedCJoihac No Agents. Interteaved for. Notes 60c, postpaid. AftorAAa QbmnflTia nynni ynBtitAwaa H. F. H1LLENMEYER AND SONS. XaBajaT. tBJtllttt Leziagtea, Kentucky. Harvey M. Estes, Georgetown, Ky. 1841 1915 Lessons iifal"" r. with and Text lor toe wbote waetk&l HELPS od Spiritual Explanations. SimH In Size but Urfe Is SHffftttiM wttf Fact Dallj Bible Headings for lM5,atee rteht-to-the-Dol-nt M KCT S.X.COHMEBTHmr 6 19IS.SELF-PHONOUNCIN- EdJUes STRAWBERRY stomach troubles, and my punishment was more than any one could, tell. I tried most every kind of medicine, but none did me any good. I read one day about Cartiui, the woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try itr I had not taken but about sixjbottles until I was almost cured. It did me more good than all the,otHer medicines I had . tried,' put together. My friends began asking, me why looked so well, arid I told; them aboul Cardui. Several are now taking it." Do you, lady reader, suffer from any of the ailments due. to womanly trouble, such as headache, backache; sideache, sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired feeling? K so, let us urge you to give Cardui s trial. We feel confident it wjll help you, just as it has a million other women in the past half century. j Begin taking Cardui toiday. Yoc won t regret it. All,druggttts. v 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 Chap-pe- ll Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. of this town, says: "1 suffered foi two pair of mules. JAMES G. CARfive years with womanly troubles, also PENTER, Crab Orchard, Ky., R. F. Sttidinf , ReUe?ed fcy Ctrdai. D. No. 1. ' 1 -- ITrMeu: Chattwooe Co.. Ladies Advisory Dept, Gbattaaoogt, Twin., fer Sucm, rnttructitmx on your csm and book. "Home Trastras tor Woisw,"ifiBSafe wrapper. K.C. 134 84-ps- .It Mdfcft MONEY TO LOAN Applications received for loans from $100.00 to $10,000.00, on improved and unimproved town property and farm lands. Interest eight per cent, straight. Interest payable annually or Time: one to ten years. Ap plicants for loans will please give dei senpuon, location, anu vaiuauun ux property offered as security for loan. State improvements nd valuation of same.' We want County representatives to receive applications for loans, appraise property, and serve as our exclusive representative. Attorney or real estate man preferred. Applicants for loans, and applicants for agencies positively required to furnish at least two character references and forward postage, five two cents stamps, for application blanks, full particulars, and prompt reply. Write Southeastern Office, Southern Mortgage- Loan Assn., Fourth Nat'l 15-- 4 Bank Bldg., Atlanta. Ga. semi-annuall-y. - Garden Tools And Seeds.... TO THE PUBLIC Great Variety And Prices Right. INSURE Your Property in the I represent the largest and best clothinic house in this Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, eitker in. the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER liae ef samples are now ready for yeur inspection. Call and let me skow yeu. H. C RUPLEY, tie Practical Tailor made-to-order country Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALJN & SMITH, Ageits Staaford, Kentucky . Let the I. J. do your job printing. ' I T .., - -- , The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, March Be Sure To Consult Or Write The Officers of INDIGESTION ENDED, STOMACH FEELS FINE Time 'Tape's Diapepsin!" In Five Minutes alL Sourness, Gas, Heartburn and Dyspepsia is Gone 2, 1915. -- 2 Bran of You'll make goo-go- GETS-I- T it The ) Oil Comes the Corn! It'athe World's WonSer; NeverFails. o First National Bank, STANFORD, KY., 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. gives it its millions of sales annually. case of Get a large fifty-cePape's Diapepsin from any drug store. It is the quickest, surest stomach relief and cure known. It acts al most like magic it is a scientific, harmless and pleasant stomach preparation wh'ch truly belongs in every J1 home. nt 8-- late weak, you use "GETS-IT,- " and you'll And Sour, gassy, upsetstomach, indiges- alterplaces where those blankety corns the tion, heartburn, dyspepsia; when the used to. be, just sis smooth as your cheek. food you eat ferments into gases and stubborn lumps; your head aches and you feel sick and miserable, that's when you realize the magic in Pape's Diapepsin. It makes all stomach misery vanish in five minutes. If your stomach is in a continuous j $r BfjH Ev yfr9k revolt if you can't get it regulated, please, for your sake, try Pape's Diapepsin. It's so needless to have a. bad stomach make your next meal a favorite food meal, then take a little Diapepsin. There will not be any distress eat without fear. It's because Pape's Diapepsin "really does" regu out-of-order eyes at your feet, .stomachs that X. Iron ct7!HiHSbbb T l! ' Miss Elizabeth Carter has been confined to her home for the past week with? an atack of chicken-po, Jake Meier, wife and daughter, of Somerset, spent several days with lm parents near Highland. Mrs. Spears Fisher's condition reA Habit That Always Brings Wealth. tives. at Owingsville. Sold in Stanford and recommended mains unchanged. She has been ill Mrs. T. D. Pendleton Cummins has been quite sick at her rooms on Lan-- 1 as the world's best corn cure by for a long time. Mrs. Maggie Gover, Miss Elizabeth Shugar's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. caster street for weeks. Holtzclaw, Miss Ida Judd and Shirley Miss Belle Cowan, one of the eferal days in Cincinnati last week buyi- ficient and acommodating "'hello Gover spent several days at Crab OrPersonal and Social ng: spring ni'liicery. Miss Jennie Duncan returned to chard. gills," srert several tays with rela Miss Stella Hunt, of Louisville, has Miss Neh Newiand ha? returnee' tr es an'd friends at Middleburg, her Lancaster Friday after a visit to her arrived and will be with Miss Anna sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren Miss Ella May Saunders spent sev home after a visit to relatives and old home. Warren's new millinery shop this spring. Mrs. J. C. Lynn arrived from Frankfort Monday for a visit to her father, M. O. VanDeveer and other relatives. . Mr. G. L. Carter, the aged father of C. H. and J. M. Carter, is quite ill at the home of the latter on Logan avenue. Mrs. A. H. Severance went to Richmond Sunday to spend a few days with her father, Dr. M. C. Heath. Mrs. Wallace Gover and pretty little daughter, Martha Wallace Gover, of Crab Orchard, are guests of Mrs. Mt-W-o- Saving, Like Spending, Is A Habit- "Hew Wide It a 'GETS-IS3e? Well. Good Deal Over 2 Feetl" There's no corn or callus among the jnllUonsofieetln the world that "GETS-IT- " will not remove there no escape. "GETS-IT- " is the new way, tho elmple, common-senssure way. It does away with greasy ointments, salves, pads, cotton rings, harnesses, knives, scissors., razors, fllos, and the limping and the friends at Harrodsburg. pigeon-to- e walk of so many Miss Jennie Warren has been ill painful people. All you do is put 2 drops for several days with grip. on the corn shrivels up of "GETS-IT- " Mr. Holmes Cummins was in And good bye. Nothing else in. the world KV'dpv on business. Millions are using it. like "GETS-IT.- " Miss Isabelle Lutz, of Louisville, There's no pain, no trouble, no changing shoes because of corns. is the guest of Mrs. Walter L. Jones. "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists everyMrs. Walter G. omith has returned where, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. home after a visit to friends and rela- .Lawrence & Co., Chicago, ' e, corn-pestered attack of grip. John Marsee went up to Mt. Vernon today. Mrs. J. C. McClary has been ill with grip for severa? days. Mrs. Lizzie Hocker, has been quite ill for several days. Mrs. R. H. Bronaugh, Jr., of Crab Orchard, is with Mrs. A. S. Price. Hon. Woodson May, Assistant Fire Marshal, passed up to London today. Alfred Eads, of Shelby county, is spending several days "back home." Mrs. J. G. Weatherford spent several days in Louisville last week. Miss Carrie Belle Romans, of Lan caster, visited Miss Lucile Ballou here 1 last week. J. H. Woner came over from Lancaster and spent Sunday with his. wife. Mrs. G. C. Rose, of Lancaster, took this morning's train for Knox-vill- e to visit friends. Isaac Salem went to London this morning to see his cousin, George Salem, who is very ill. Mrs. G. C. Anderson, of Mt. Sterling, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Woods. Virgil Coleman, of Cincinnati, is spending a few days with his mtther, Mrs. McD. Royalty. Mrs. S. A. Barnes, of Mt. Vernon, spent several days with her daughter. Mis. D. B. Southard last week. H. C. Carnenter attended the Dan- sant of the D. A. R., at Danville, Fri- - T. W. Jones is laid up with a severe t: OrN ever. In order to secure ! x. One of Those Tailored Suits at $2.50 or $5 or a Dress at $2.50, ; j ": se-e- ral You must conie by Monday, March Stbu These Sensational Prices witk--' drawn after the above date. yi f. - rlalra A 3v L " 40B SrVSi I 7 rH' Vyjr "! ' T j nicely at a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. James K. Wunnelley, who have been here since the death of his mother, will leave Thursday for their home in Texas. Mrs. Lula Johnson went to Lancas-t- ei Friday to make arrangements about moving there as soon as hsr sister, Miss Tina J&nnson is able to Cull, of Stamping Ground, arrived last week to be with her niece, Mrs. M. B. Salin, who continues ill at her home on Danville avenue. ' Mrs. Charles F. Montgomery, of Liberty, has just returned from Cincinnati, where she has been ill in a hospital. Her many rriends in Lincoln ai-glad to know that she is much im proved. Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Smith are moving in the home of A. T. Nunnel-ley- . Mrs. Annie Engtemsii and daughter, Miss Sue Taylar, have rented rooms in the same home and will move to them soon. Josh Jones and his nephew, Gordon Jones, of St. Joseph, Mo., left today for Jackson, Miss., and other southern points. They will visit several Florida cities while they arc absent, and will stay awhile with tho former's brother at St. Petersburg. L. R. Hughes and mother, Mrs. Julia Hughes, had as their guests for Mr. and Mrs. L. Womthe week-enen Hughes, of Memphis, Tenn., Mis.-- , Susie Thompson and Mrs. C. D. Sut ton. of Mt. Vernon and Miss Charl Williams, a sister of Mrs. Wearen Hughes, of Memphis. e d, Maggie Gover on East Main street. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Myers, who live on the Hustonvile pike, have a pretty little daughter at their home. She arrived the middle of last week. Mrs. John Owsley Reid went to Louisville Monday to be with her husband, who is said to be improving Severance & Son. Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. be moved. Mrs. Lizzie Get Them in Three Times Each Week. -- Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. Sait - i:o9 Suit Xo. 1710 Suit No. 1711 ' Suit No. 1720 ( The Best Women's Suits You Ever Saw at moderate prices Wooltex, of course E. B. Campbell, Stanford. B with the manufacturers of Wooltex tailored garments we have been able to assemble this remarkable collection. The models are wonderfullyhandsome, and in great variety. The materials are the popular gabardines, serges, poplins, coverts and checks. The illustration shows just four of the many superb designs co-operati- Y special on - Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. r Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Dhesses. Parsley's Indian Herbs 43 Days' Treatment, $1 .00 25s Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c. 3 bars AU. ON SALE AT . - Social Calendar March 6 Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet in the lecture room of the church at 2 :30. All members are urged to be present as some important business is to be attended too. ceived twice each week. Call and get some. W. R. Willis & Sen. 18-- 1 When you consider that every material is 'absolutely all wool; that every fabric has been selected because of its superior qualities, and its correctness of styles When you examine the linings of the garments and realize that every piece of silk is fure silk When you see how beautifully the garments , are made, and are shown with what care and thoroughness even- - seam is run, and every vital point of tailoring is executed FRESH fruits and vegetables re- the jacket. The second figure, No. 1710, illustrates a. suit adapted from a recent Doucet model. A charming effect is produced by the slash at each side of the. coat, finished with buttons and buttonholes. The partial belt from side to side across the back holds in the fulness. Officer's collar overlaid with detachable washable collar. No. 171 1 is a charming suit in youthful effect-wita panel back, which extends below the line of the coat at sides and in front. The partial belt around the back, and sides ends at the panel in front. The skirt flares moderately below the yoke. The materials are serge, box poplin, and black and white checks. finished with tabs that button down on the jacket;"1 slightly diagonal front. New circular skirt, with partial over-yok- e, trimmed with buttons like restaurant. Deputy Sheriff H. C. Broughton, of Pineville, was arrested at Winchester for trying to "clean out" a Greek The State convention of Maccaat Lexington April Doctors Guess DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR Shugars' Oruy Store, Stantord, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. OP PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS bees will be held 23 and 24. Mistaken Diagnosis i Wrong: Again When you try on the garments and see how jthey conform to the figure, and how'' soft and elegant they feel h - When you realize the beautiful lines are not bolstered up by stiff canvas, but are tailored into a form which will retain its shapeliness during the life of the garment You will be amazed that garments of such t elegance, refinement and general superiority can be bought for such reasonable prices as are Suit No. 1720 at the right is in a smart Polo . effect, well cut on plain lines, with moderate., fulness; finished with smart pockets on both jacket and skirt. Made in checks, poplin and covert cloth. Many other Wooltex models at $25.00 to $30.00 combine variety and excellence that are absolutely unequalled in this city. But you must see them personally to appreciate fully their extraordinary marked on them. adapted from a Paquin model. The effective .pocket flaps are set on diagonally and outlined Lby closely-sbuttons. The rolling collar is et Descriptions of the Suits Illustrated J The suit at the left of the picture, No. 1709, v is J value. When may we have the pleasure of showing' them to you? I I . Cewrijte, A. B. Robertson & Bro. The StoFe7 That Sells 00 It ex JIz DANVILLE; KENTUCKY IMS. er from kidney and bladder troubles, and that my physician informed me that my left kidney was in such condition that there was no hope for my recovery. I was advised to try your Swamp-Ro- tt as a last resort, and af ter taking four fifty-cesize bot-ties, 1 passed a gravel stone, which weighed ten grains. I afterwards for warded you this stone. Have had no that return of any trouble since time and cannot say too much in favor of your wonderful preparation, Swamp-Roo- t, which cures, after physician fail. Very truly yours, F. H. Horine, Roseboro, N. C. Route 3, Box30. Personally appeared before me, this 31st day of Jiwy 1909, F. H. Home, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same is true in substance and in fact. JAMES M. HALL, Notary Public. nt About five years ago, I wrote to you that I had been a terrible suffer- House Cleaning Time Wall Papering and Furniture PENCE (Si HILL, Stanford. WINTER TO UR5 T TICKET SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NEW 0RLEAN Dr. Kilmer 4e Co., Binghamtea, N. Y. t Letter to I AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. Will Do EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED Prove Wkat Swamp-Ro- ot br The 1L Back Co.. drrdaad - .iGS ' 'li . ' ' Wfi)niHlurwil.niHiWllliMiliniiiitiiijiiMuiMwiMiiiiiiiniiiiin 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii : iitniMiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiritiniiiMiiiiniiii;fiiiiiiiiifiniiiiitniiiinniiimiiiiiiinntnitiniiiumMfinnii , - . iiihmbm .. "Fi'irfi , II -- t s v I valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Regular fifty size bottles for cent and 27-- 4 sale, at all drug stores. one-dollar Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binsrhamton, N. Y. for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet ol For You For Particulars Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Address i , - - H. C. KING, Pass'r aid Ticket Age 101 East Main St., Lexington, IjCy. V- ' - ,v "4. .- & V r ' , V tus,' -- 4C S. '- - " '4' ij;. K "V? The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 2, 1915. Krww V V-- i iAh .Ai&v TVIsM.I?.. hzldren Cry for Fletcher's fcv??s?y 111 lliW ' Farm and Stock News I rai . TillVI MM M.'W1 I jTsl M W17 .MM..MI1M i2 MS VWt'.'J . jOWi OAM 1kv aa TT. C. Bauffhman. cashier hFirst National Bank, sold a mules to Claude Hester for W. R. Gaines, recently sold four-year-o- ld of the pair of to John walking 300. CANDIDATE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE : The Kind Xcu Have Always Bcnglit, and wliich lias Ibeen in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of -- i and has been, made tinder his per sonal supervision since infancy. you fyjt iyuc&x. Allow no one to deceive its in, this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are hut Experiments tliat trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children experience against Experiment. Just-as-good" HxVNxxrvvx.xvv.VvVVV.SCVVVLW.VA.i T.VNX.VVVwSWVXaKfca Spoonamore, a mare for $125. George F. Anderson, of Boyle, sold to a Tennessee party a pair of fine mares, for S500. H. W. Turpin bought in Pulaski , . . . county, 27 head of shipping cattle at seven cents, say- - the Journal. W. A. Brent sold zo W. 0. Walker 50 barrels of corn last week at $2.50 a barrel. It was slightly damaged. Thomas Bass, of Mexico, Mo., sold to Thomas Denison, of Omaha, Neb., a chestnut stallion, ''Underlight Grand," for $1,000. Yowell & Eads, or tne West End, bought of C. M. Back, a 1,655-poun- d Polled Angus Dull for ."glul.75. Wm R. Gaines, of Crab Orchard, sold a pair of mules to Gus Gieszl last week for $225. One was a four-year-o- ld '.. v Oil, Paresubstitute for goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otlscr Karcotie substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness. For more tban thirty years ifi has been in constant use for the relief of Constellation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the otoinach a:id Bowcls, assimilates the Food, giving healthy natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Prieid. is :::-- c: What is CASTORIA Castor a harmless Casioria ' .. '' ... ymWBil jHoiaBii r yujuNHUBnmi WmWKJ' u ' - :- . mi ihiimi ' ' WMIHiMMI KW' ',-'''- v Maxwell u)1915JWpdel 695 The "biggest automobile value ever offered for less than $1000 A powerful, fast, full grown, really beautiful and fully equipped automobile; a car with a real high tension magneto, sliding gear transmission, left hand drive center control, anti-ski- d tires on !' OEUUmE Bears the Sip-nature ALWAYS of Tk Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Fop Over THECENTAJRCOMPtNV NEW 30 Years ORK CITV. Hrour risk! r. m erinarv Surfpnn and W his years of experience 8 m knowledge as a Vet- as a poultry breeder combined in Leuear s yjjl HfHI! RpHQna EnHHHcR mm areQHgKH BoHua Dr. LeGear's MA iK1 For Sale By and the other an aged hybrid. John B. Anderson, near Preachers-ville- , sold to T. W. Jones, of Stan ford, last week a bunch of 20 heifers at $6 a hundred. They weighed an average of 605 pounds. John Lutes bought of John and of Walter McKinney, u heifers at $0.60. He shipped i hem to Cincinnati Saturday. Bourne, of Garrard, Kinnaird d bought a nice pair of coming mare mules xrom W. L. Dun-lgaof the Hubble section, last week, for which he paid $330. At N. B. Graves sale in Scott county, sold at $39 to $6G, cil-ve- s to $32.50, long yearling $31 steers $33.50 to $37.50, corn brought $4.35 to $4.50, hay $20 per ton. Charles Oatts, of the McKinney section, bought of E. J. Tanner a hogs at six cents, uunch of and of John Robinson, of Boyle, a pair of mules for $375. J. H. Baughman, near Shelby City bought of Henry Baughman and Ike Phillips, on the Crab Orchard pike, a bunch of steers that weighed an average of 910 pounds at six cents c pound. Mr. Baughman will feed them on his Boyle county farm. C. J. Sipple, of London, was in Stanford Friday afternoon en route to Danville with throe mules which he bought in county for Fox & Farris, r,he war mule men. He stiys the mule market is opening up in his section now and th-i- t thesf buyers .vill be in London next court day to secure some hvbrids. Horses were n demand at the Ter ry sale in Harrison county last week, ihey broughr from $100 to $400. A young jack brought $400 and a saddle stallion $218. Jennets sold at $50 to $302. Polled Angus heifers $70 to $90. Corn sold at $4.50 to $4.85. The larm brought $159.60 per acre and another farm of 250 acres sold at ad imHHt' 'WW Bl ii"1 ii'i s3ip&?B? ,'-,.- ' " v' ' " - - HHIil I1 'X"' 725-pou- nd three-year-ol- n, rear. A car that has practically every high priced feature of high priced cars. Holds the road at 50 miles an Lour. 90-pou- nd mrnmmMm !&ja0 ' iiiiUiiUiibiuiuttriitu ML V A V iiHillllllllllllllllllllllBHSKflflKI?'' HmHiliiiliiliiiiiHlBHBHffilI''' ' . , iy " jJ1WI.L"iL."::JE..t G. B. ; LIKENS All contracts must be completed on dus, 50 yards. Stone. Carpenter's Station & Moreland or before October 15, 1915. From Hustonville & Bradfordsville Contractors shall begin work when -notified, and rush work with all pike to Hustonville &. Danville pike. speed until completed, so that the 100 yards. Gravel. Optimistic Over Horse Outlook Dr. LeGear's Remedies Heard About Town with the conRoad Engineer may Crab Orchard & Lancaster Stanford, Ky, James Houchin, of Jefferson City, tractors to check upbeand direct the are for sale by the Sec. 1. From Crab Orchard City Mo., well known to our readers as the Er undersigned. limits to Drake's Creek. 150 yards. Let the I. J. do your job printing. ownei of Astral King, in speaking, work. ES31 in Stone. Stanford and Danville. last week, of the horse outlook, said, Sec. 2. From Drake's Creek to Sec. 1. From Stanford City limA handsome little son arrived at "I think the. future looks very bright Garrard County line, 100 vards. the home of John M. Carter, of for the horse industry. I have never its to Mrs. White's. Sec. 2. From Mrs. White's to Gravel. Friday night. No name good received as many inquiries in my Crab Orchard & Chappell's Gap NOTICE TO STOCK MEN enough for the youngster has been life as I am receiving at the present Boyle CoUnty line. Stanford and Rush Branch. From Crab Orchard City limits to I have received the fvllowing inst- found by the fond parents, but they time. Fanners' Home Journal. Sec. 1. From Stanford and Lan- end of pike, 100 yards of gravel and will likely call him John Jr. ructions-Quarantine caster pike to Rush Branch Creek, 50 yards stone. Elnah C. Coffey, aged 71, is dead' Order No. 28 Issued by yds. stone. Robinson State Live Stock Sanitary Board Claud Johnston, of Ponca City, at Oil Valley, "Wayne county. Mrs. 20 Sec. 2. From Rush Branch Creek From Stanford & Rush Branch of Kentucky Feb. 18, 1915 OHa., is mingling among his friends Zella Thomas, aged 80, is dead at to 30 yds. stone. Hubble, pike, to Danville & Lancaster pike. A second outbreak of the disease in the West End. He likes his- West- Mill Springs, same county. Stanford and Knob Lick. commonly known as foot and mouth ern home, but 'says he finds, great Hustonville & Bradfordsville Sec. 1. From Stanford and HusFine Stallion at Pubic Sale From Hustonville City limits to disease has occurred in the State of pleasure in coming back to Lincoln tonville pike to Hanging Fork Creek, Casej county line, 140 yards. Gravel. Kentucky, and now exists in at least and shaking hands with the friends ot We will offer at.sale at 2 o'clock 25 yds. stone. two counties, and probably more, and his younger days. Hustonville & Coffey's Mill P. M., Monday, at Nunnelley's stock Sec. 2. From Hanging Fork Creek Sec. 1. From HustonvDle City limthese counties are in quarantine. Ceryards in Stanford,Red Walker, a reg- to Hustonville and Danville pike, 25 its to John Burton's 200 yards. 'Gravtain portions of twenty other states Bowman Owens, of McKinney, had istered chestnut stallion, with two yds. gravel. el. and territories are or have been visitHe is broke and ready for the Stanford and Milledgeville. and of his white Sec. 2. From John Burton's to Mt. er bv this plague. It is impossible rightthumb badlyindex fingerworking service.feet. LUSK & STRADER, Huston-villSec. 1. From Stanford and Hus- Salem, 125 yards. Stone. hand cut while to know accurately the centers of in18-- 2 Ky. on a railroad velocipede tonville pike to McCormack's Church Saturday fection in the state in which this morning. Hustonville & Danville 20 yds. gravel. He was filling Ec Yocum's Sec. 1. From Hustonville City limoutbreak occurred, and it is impossiNotice to Road Overseers Sec. 2. From McCormack's Church its to Carter's dirt road. ble to tell at what time the states place as electrical inspector for the Q. & C, when the painful accident Moved and seconded that only one to Milledgeville, 75 yds. gravel. Sec 2. From Carter's dirt road to that arc m-- free may have an k Stanford & Preachersville team per day be paid for by the Harris Creek. of this disease; and therefore, occurred. Sec. 1. From Stanford & Crab Or county on any one county or dirt m order to piotect the animal 'ndus-tr- y Sec . 3. From Creek to Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mahan, of road. Same to be paid for not ex- chard pike to Wilkinson's Branch, Boyle County line. Harris of Kentucky. IT IS ORDERED by the State live Lancaster, took the train here Satur- ceeding the number of days the hands 75 stone. HustonvHIe & McKinney Stock Sanitary Board of Kentucky day for Louisville, where they went allotted to the road, are warned out to Sec. 2. From Wilkinson's Branch From Hustonville & Coffey's Mill Lancaster & Crab Orchard pike. pike to AIcKinney & Coffey Mill pike, that no cattle, sheep, other rumi- to take the three children of Henry and work on the road. The pay per Stanford & Crab Orchard GO yards. Gravel. nants, or swine intended for stocker, Kidd, of Goshen to the Kentucky Or-- day for team and hand to be $2, the feeder or breeding purposes shall be pnan' Home. Kidd was not able to hands over 21 years to be allowed to Sec. 1. From Stanford City limits Hustonville & Carpenter's Creek Baughman & Carpenter dirt road. Sec. I. From Hustonville City limbrought into the State of Kentucky take the care of the children that he sixty (60) cents per day, not exceed-thre- e Sec. 2. From Baughman & Car- its to bridge at Mrs. Williams. days. Motion carried. from any state in which this disease should and consented to let them be It is further ordered that all work penter dirt road to Thompson & has existed, or .in which it exists at taken where better attention could Sec. 2. From bridge at Mrs. Wilmust be done on said roads and Gaines' gate. liams to Casey county line. the present time; and this order shall be shown them. Sec. 3. From Thompson & Gaines' claims for their services filed with be applicable to any state in which McKinney & Coffey's Mill the clerk on or before July 1, 1915, gate to Ft. Whitley dirt road. Hon. John W. Rawlings, of Danan outbreak may hereafter occur Sec. 1. From McKinney City limits Sec. 4. From Ft. Whitley dirt road to J. S. Mobley's 100 yards. Stone. when the fact becomes known and is ville, who is mentioned as a probable otherwise no pay will be allowed for to Crab Orchard City limits. any work done. Sec. 2. From J. S. Mobley's to Mt. certified to by the Bureau of Aniior me qemocrauc nominaStanford & Ottenheim The clerk is directed to publish Salpm. J 50 yard. Stone. tion for Attorney General, was here mal Industry at Washington. Sec. 1. Fr,om Stanford & SomerIT IS FURTHER ORDERED that in court several days last week. Mr. this ordef in the Interior Journal in Sec. to Casey set pike to J. G. Lynn's place, 40 County 3. From Mt. Salemgravel and no sales shall occur in public market Rawlings says that he will very prob- two isues of same. lire, 75 yards of FISCAL COURT of Lincoln yard, stone. places, or upon the streets in any ably announce his candidacy soon, 2J yards of stone. Sec. 2. From J. G. Lynn's place to city or place in the State of Kentucky and will make an active canvass. He Couny. McKinney & TurnersvUle Boone's gate, 75 yards stone. of any stocker, feeder or breeding has many warm friends in this secFrom Hustonville & Stanford pike Sec. 3. From Boone's eate to Ot to McKinney City cattle, sheep, other ruminants or tion, who will work hard for his sucTints 50 yards of NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS tenheim, 100 yards. Gravel. cess. gravel iru 20 yar.tj of stone. swine. This order is issued to cover Stanford & Dix River McKinney & South Fork in particular what is known as Sec 1. From Stanford & Crab OrBids will l)e received at the office Sec. 1. From Stanford & Hustoncourt day sales" in this CommonState Senator Charles F. Montgom- - of the County Clerk at Stanford, Ky., chard pike to Hayden's Switch, 20 ville pike to McKinney City limits, wealth, and shall not apply to private yard. Stone. until i? 'cIock' noon' 125 yards. Gravel. sales in free territory. Liberty, were in Stanford, Monday I Sec. 2. From Hayden's Switch to Sec. I. Iro.n McKinney Citv limits IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that for a short time on business. Mr. Thursday, March 11,1915 lraylor's Lane, 35 yards. Stone. no cattle, sheep, other ruminants or Whipp rented his nice cottaere home for the furnishing, to end of road, 100 yards. Gravel. hauling and Sec. 3. From Traylor's Lane to Turnersville & McCormacks swine, intended for stocker, feeder on Lancaster street to E. C. Walton, spreading of metal for the various Church Garrard county line, 25 yards. Stone. or breeding purposes, shall be ship- who will move there with his family pikes described below. Sec. 1. From Stanford & HustonStanford & Lancaster ped into Kentucky from any state or this week. Senator Montgomery has ville pike to Sam Helm's, 35 yards. Bids must be made territory in which no outbreak of many friends here also. He made a furnished by the Roadipon forms to Sec. 1. From Stanford City limits Gravel. Engineer, Logan's Lane. Sec. 2 From Sam this disease has occurred, unless said splendid record in" the last legislature, sealed and marked, Turnpike Bid. to StanSec. 2. From Logan's Lane to ford & Milledgeville Helm's 35 yards shipment shall be unloaded in the and will do the same when he goes pike Contracts will be let to the lowest Garrard County line. presence of, and be inspected by a back next January for the second responsible bidder, who shall furnish gravel. Stanford and Rowland Sec. 3 From Stanford & Milledgeouunty, ouue or federal Inspector part of his term. satisfactory surety in amount of From Stanford City limits at ville pike at McCormack's Church to and no movement of above named the contract, and the Court reserves bridge to Rowland, 10 yds. gravel. Stanford & Knob Lick, 30 yards. animal shall occur from one county the right to reject any or all bids. Stanford and Somerset to another in this Commonwealth unGravel. Contractors must state if stone is Sec. 1. From Stanford City limits less the animals are examined and Danville & Lancaster to be broken by hand or machine. to Ottenheim pike. Sec. 1. From center of Dix River Of Real and Personal Property certiiiea to by a tjounty, State or Stone must be approved hard Sec. 2. From Ottenheim pike to bnd&e to Robinson pike. Federal Inspector in the county in All hot, free Burners limestone or quartz, of size that will Maywood dirt road. I Will on Sec. 2. From Robinson Dike t..-- cen which they originate, and the same pass through a two inch ring. Sec. 3. From Maywood dirt road to ter of Hanging Fork bridge. movement of animals be inspected SATURDAY, MARCH 6th, 1915 Gravel must be coarse, hard and Carter's Store. Lincoln & Boyle and certified to by a County, State at my barn in Hustonville, Ky., be- flinty, free from soil or trash. No soot, few ashes Sec. 4. From Carter's r Federal Inspector in the county ginning at 10 o'clock a. m., sell at The one .to whom contract is Hutchinson's School house. Store to From Boyle-- County line tr. Buck Banghman's at Boyle County line, 10 which is the destination of said move Public Auction, the following de- awarded shall within ten davs make Csfvnfh Sec. 5. From Hutchinson's School yards. Gravel. scribed property: One tract of land bond for faithful performance of ment. Roads without amount This order shall in no w'ise super- containing 18 acres, located inside contract, amount equal to amount of house to Butt's Store. Sec. 6. From Butt's Store to King's specified are those that are of metal sede or cancel Quarantine Order No. the limits of the tdwn of Huston- contract. Bond to be approved by now beMountain pike. ing worked or those for which appli27 heretofore issued, which places ville, all in grass, good tobacco barn County Judge. Sec. 7. From King's Mountain cation has been made for State certain counties and parts of counties and plenty of water; also 1 good Aid. H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham pike to King's Mountain dirt road. brood mare; 1 good driving pony, 8 Contractors desiring to bid on these in CLOSED and Modified area. Sec. 8. From King's Mountain dirt State Aid roads may state price per Effective from and after midnight years old; 1 coming yearling horse road to Waynesburg. yard for stone and the amount of mule; 1 February 18, 1915. combined gelding; 1-- 2 Will Pay 11 Gts. Stanford & Hustonville yards will be given All persons and common carriers i combined gelding; 1 JerSec. 1 From Stanford Citv limits information call on later. For further will be governed accordinly. J. W. sey cow will be iresh in May, subor phone the un to Cash's Stoe. dersigned, J. L McKEE RIFFE, Pound for NEWMAN, & Co., ( Chairman, State Live ject to register; I Duroc sow and-pigC. Sec. 2. From Cash's Store to Hang Road Engineer. Stock Sanitary Board of Kentucky. subject to register; 5 coming yearing orK ureeK. ling calves; also, I will offer my tract S. F. MUSSELMAN, State VeteriChickens , Sec. 3. From Hanging Fork Creek narian. A. T. NUNNELLEY, Live of land all in the town limits of Hus- to Hustonville City limits. HARRY JACOBS Stock Inspector, Lincoln County. 16-- 2 tonvule, all in grass and a good toKiagsville & Pleasant Point Until Thursday bacco barn, 72x36, wafer at the Manufacturers and Dealers in From Stanford and Somerset pike wagRecommends Chamberlain's Cough barn, about 18 acres; 1 to Kingsville, 100 yards. Gravel. on; 1 1 runabout; hack; Remedy High - Class Monuments. . Night. Ask me about King's Mountain ic Duncan "I take pleasure in recommending 1 cart; 1 turning plow, good as new From Kingsville to Casey county Original Designs and Prompt UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my 1 cultivator: 1 harrow: 1 mo wine Service line, 50 yards. Gravel. Prices on Eggs. customers because I have confidence machine. 1 corn drill: 1 hand tobac Guaranteed Quality Connect!., Furniture Wattinf, Rugs. FurniPreachersville Sc Garrard County at all Granite. and Marble Quarries. co setter; some harness; 1 self feedin it. I find that they Tare pleased UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEt it and call for it when again in with er crank cutting box; 1 piano, good From Crab Orchard & Lancaster Oiice and Works on Cemetery ture Exchanged ftr all Kinds need as new; 1 big ESTILL CARTER. Hill. pike to Garrard county, line, 5 yards. swing stable lamp. Closed en Saturdays Office Pnene 117. Hum PImm X of such a medicine'.'iVwrites "J. W. Of Stack Gravel. DUDE JARMAN, Sexson. Montevallo. Mo' For sale "hv .Pkeae203. PHONE 42 Telephone 164 STANFORD. KY. Hanging Fork STJMIFORD, KENTUCKY. I all dealers. 12-t- d Hubble . Huft.Till, Ky. FronflMcKecknie's to Mrs. Broad STANFORD : KENTUCKY Guaranteed for poultry and stock uiuuoitoup uer. to give BatMactory results or row- jjicc iviiii-r-, Kcmcar. scaly .Lcc Kcmedj-- , oorc xicaa Komeuy,.Lip ana Disiniectant. luuier remedies tor stock ailments). m ems W. H. liTrck. ijPJ 3. aan. Maurice Weil, the young buyer for the big cattle dealing firm of Weil & Son of Lexington, was here late last week, and bought 70 head of fat steers from 0. L. & T. W. Jones, who have been feeding them at their farm south of Stanford. Dr. H. L. Casey, of Danville, assistant state veterinari an, came over from Danville, and inspected these beeves in accordance with the federal law, to see that there is no infection of the foot and mouth disease amoner them. He found fthem in prime condition and they were put on the cars at Rowland for shipment direct to the eastern $60. THE VOTERS OF KENTUCKY I am a candidate for Secretary or subject to the will of the Democratic party to be expressed in the primary election Aug. 7, 1915 My party loyalty, my avallabilitv ar. a candidate, my conduct as a private citizen and my record as a public official are respectfully submitted for investigation and consideration. For more than three years I have served you as Assistant Auditor, and while the office is not an elective one. the duties are important and exacting. These I have honestly endeavored to discharge properly and efficiently. My experience, I feel, has especially equipped me to fill the office to which I now aspire. If nominated and elected as your Secretary of State, all the energy and ability vrhich I have shall be earnestly devoted to the business of that department. No duty will be too arduous for me to perforin faithfully, and none will be considered too trivial to receive careful and prompt attention. Feeling very grateful for the auur ances of support already received, and soliciting the votes and inflma ro of all, I am, Sincerely yours, G. B. LIKENS. TO State, IMMMMMiULvZ? H. C. CARPENTER, STANFORD, KY., At Lincoln County National Bank. Catalogue or Demonstration on Request. lii Kr Tur-nersvil- le, - SEED OATS! Car Northern White Seed Just Arrived e, out-biea- J. H. Baughman & Co. Stanford, Ky. Rex Coal Black Star Black Crescent "public sale REX COAL YARDS J. M'Qary J, L Bcadcy s Per 4 V' . h :f !