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The InteiIor Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, March 5,1915. 8, 9, AugrTjiebiOU This Paper Stop Whe Yow P Kaval -is ud Watck the Date Ol Resew Your Sabscript'oM Promptly . r- t' T 1 Tuesdays and Fridays LATEST WAR NEWS BECKHAM NOW U. S. SENATOR Councilman Powell Resigns CATTLE NOT FROM LINCOLN TWO CRAB ORCHARD Bright, Mrs. E. D. Kennedy, and Mrs. PENNY WINS SCHOOL K. Warner were properly reW. a sis- Will Be Accorded High Recognition The German, submarine U-At the regular meeting of the City CHURCHES GET BIG SUMS TRUSTEESHIP CONTEST ceived and recorded. Which Weil Had Destroyed Up North ter craft of rth'e U-Council Thursday night, the resignawas sunk by a In Body, Says Kern. "It therefore appears, that upon tion of Councilman J. R. Powell was Lexington Paper Confuses Items. destroyer belonging to the Dover floPassed1 Says Judge Har- the whole case the appellant received tilla and thecrew taken prisoners. tendered and accepted and S. M. In Omnibus War Claims Bill Court of Appeals legal votes for the office of school 169 Strenuous scenes enlivened the Saufley was elected to fill the vacanThe attack";bf the allied fleet upon WednesThe Lexington Leader By Congress This Week Others din Erred in Deciding Mc trustee, and for the same office the day copied from the I. J. of Con- cy on the Council. Plans were distwo items, forts in the Dardanelles continued, fading hours of the Sixty-thir- d appellee received 168 legal votes." In This Section Benefitted. Roberts Was the Winner. running them together in such a way according toHhe British Admiralty gress, which had been in sessibn al- cussed for street improvement and street committee was empowered the minds of report. French battleships bombard- most continuously for two years, and confusion Ownership of Lincoln County Homes. as to cause read them.in In one item, ed the Buliar. forts and wrecked the which had revised the tariff and cur- the purchase rock and make necesto those who As a result of the untiring work opinion handed down by In an The United States Census Depart- the I. J. told of the Weils having Kavak bridge; Six modern field guns rency systems of the nation, supple- sary arrangements. Mr. Powell and of Senator Ollie M. James Congress Frankfort, the Court of Appeals at Washington has just issued Iqst a number of cattle in Pennsyl- Were captured at "Fort B" and troops mented the trust laws, created an in- Bev Rout have recently opened quar- passed an omnibus claims bill before Wednesday, the state's highest court ment at the come tax and demonstrated elections ries and Avill make it easy for the adjournment Thursday, which carCharles a bulletin dealing with homes.owner- vania from the foot and mouth di- at various points were shelled. decided that Circuit Judge The ship of Lincoln county Department published of Senators something that ries about $147,000 to Kentuckians; city to obtain was wrong in deciding important facts contained in the bul- sease, and another item the I. J. told theThe State' reply to the American ple.United States adjourned by the peo- has been hard rock,secure A. Hardin Thursday Congress German to for the for losses sustained in the war beof Maurice Weil having bought the was elected that P. M. McRoberts govern- midnight. Two great appropriation streets heretofore. A committee com- tween the states. President Wilson note in which the letin relating to this county are as School Trustee in Stanford over Geo. follows: There are 3813 homes in O. L. & T. W. Jones cattle hers. The ment professes to see Germanproposals bills the Post-offic- e and Indian Supin the L. Penny, in the hotly contested Lincoln county. Of this number Lexington paper ran the two items a possible .basis of solution of com- ply measures failed to passt the posed of Councilmen Eubankson and signed the measure, and it is now a ap- law. As a result of this action, the Anderson was named to act together in such a way as to make school trustee election held here last 2475 are farm homes. 1630 of the many people think that it was the plaints of fneutrals 1 regarding sub- first named bill having been lost by plications for building permits re- Baptist church at Crab Orchard will court holds that May. The appellate by their oc as endangers neufarm homes quested by Dr. W. B. O'Bannon and receive $1,050, the Crab Orchard Penny was legally elected trustee, cupants and are ownedof mortgaged Jones cattle that were found to have marine warfare The suggestions as to Congressman Moon. Two notable changes in the Ken- Phillips Bros. are free the disease and that they had to be tral shipping. Christian church $500, and many fought and thus a long and hard beiarra individuals in this section of the Penny won mcumDerance. xne morigageu occu- destroyed. The I. J. stated plainly shipments of foodstuffs to civilians tucky delegation at Washington sesbattle is ended. 225. Renters come effective at end of this homes meet CRAB ORCHARD. that state are included. Among them are the election, it will be remembered py 587 numberhomes in this county. whichthe cattle Weil lost were some of countriesof belligerents Berlin with sion of congress. theCongressman' A. farm for he had secured north of the the hearty accord of the Mr. McCollum and daughter from the following: on the face of the returns by a ma- Out of a total of 3813 homes' in the O. Stanley retires as representative Junction City were with Mr. not the William H. Boswell, Anderson Mrs. jority of two votes, receiving 177 county JSb rre urban hmes. Tnere river. They were the I. Jones cat- eign office, from the second district, after 12 Wallace Gover and other and in fact, underJ. relatives county, $540; R. R. Bottom, Boyle votes to 175 votes for McRoberts. are 532 urban home owners in the tle, and years of service, and J. N. Camden this week. HUSTONVILLE secured by county, $1,715; Patrick Bridgewater, The latter, through attorneys J. N. county. Of this number 40 are mort- stands now they-'we- re as United States Senator, havWeil from Woodford county. No Miss Bessie Holtzclaw, of Stan- Adair county, $220; Coleman T. The sick at Sidney Brown's are on retires Menefee, Jr., J. B. Paxton, K. S. Al- gaged. 387 of the urban owned ing filled out the unexpired term of ford, was the guest of Miss Mary Brown, Green county, $1,620; S. E. corn, J. S. Owsley, J. N. Saunders, homes are free of incumberance. foot and mouth disease has ever ap- the improve: at present. the late Senator W. 0. Bradley. peared in Lincoln county or as far Brown, Boyle county, $490; B. H. Bailey Saturday and Sunday, last. Mr. FredJeffrs is reported as very and T. J. Hill, Jr., fixed suit contest- There are 691 rented urban homes as the I. J. can learn in this section J. C. W. Beckham became KenMr. James Cooper of Stanford, Chesher, Anderson county, $320; ground that ing the election on the feeble at his home on the Liberty March 4th, senator census enumerain the county. illegal votes were cast for Penny. tors were unableThe secure data per- of the state. The wnes cattle went pike near Hgh Bluff, near the Casey tucky's new received on Washington was a guest of Mr. Carroll Bailey Sallie M. Cohen, Boyle county, $856; and will be to at on to market, absolutely free from and LincoltjS line. U. S. Denny, Wayne county, $102; and family. attorneys, George D. Through hi? with all honors commensurate with taining to ownership of The Oyster Feast given by the La- James A. Hall, Montgomery county, Florence, of Stanford, and Robert percentage the both the rural a small taint or discrimination as have all of The masquerade rink on the 22d this responsible and dignified posiof and ur- the herds shipped out of this county. of February was largely attended dies' Aid Society of the Christian $750; Robert flardwick, Pulaski , Harding, of Danville, it was alleged ban homes in this county. Had the Leader printed the items ex- by skaters nd spectators and some tion. Church last Saturday was liberally county, $980;William B. Kelly, likewise that illegal votes were cast A dispatch from Washington to the patronized and something near twenty-actly as they appeared in the I. J. of them were very hard to recognize $50; Harriet N. Lair, Puthe issue for McRoberts, and thus Senator-elepapers J. C. dollars was taken in for laski county, $350; Eliza Leathers, joined, with Judge Hardin, in the Alvin Padgett Gets $5,000 from R. R. instead of trying to combine them, in their fantastic garbs. Dr. Chase city Beckham,says:Kentucky, has some- two W. of An important carnage judgment and cutting out part of them, this had most everyone fooled. He was thing real good coming to him in the which they desire to thank those who Anderson county, ?8Z5; Mary H. circuit court here, declaring that mistake would not have occurred, dressed as ,u Spanish maid and acted Letcher, Jessamine county, $420; assisted in the cause. McRoberts had been legally elected, from the Lincoln circuit court was committee Mr. Robert C. White sent liberal Samuel P. Martin, Anderson counAppeals de- affirmed by the Court of Appeals nor confusion been caused in the the part well. All of the young men line of to Senator assignments acfollowed by the Court of cording John W. Kern, supplies of oysters and good things ty, $330; Mingo Peters, Boyle councision that Penny was elected. The Thursday morning, by which Alvin minds of many who read them, re- were afterfhim to skate with them, democratic floor leader of the to the sick in town last Saturday, ty, $110; Samuel H. Pipes, Washingreviewing all of Padgett, a well known young man of garding the disease. highest court, after in the hope of learning "her" iden- Senate. Mr. Kern incidentally took a M. the evidence, decides that Penny re- Waynesburg, will receive $5,000 tity, but none "caught on" until his fling at Senator Camden, whom Sen- and they wish to thank him kindly ton county, $1,210; BelleMargaret Boyle county, $425; in this letter for his thoughtfullnes Long In The Lord's Service votes to 168 legal from the Cincinnati Southern railceived 169 legal costume partly removed near the end ator- elect Beckham will succeed P. Robinson, Garrard county, $227; of them. Eld. J. W. Harding, one of the old- of the evening. votes for McRoberts, and directs that road company, for the loss of a leg. There will be an-- , March Mrs. Maggie Gover, of Stanford, R. A. Walker, Boyle county, $324; be issued to Padgett was working for the railroad est ministers in the state, celebrated other masquerade rink on St. Pat- between4, by drawing a comparison a certificate of election the Beckham and Camden was Elijah Warren, Green county, $175; anniversary of his rick's Day, March 17th. Penny, and that the lower court en- in 1911 at Lexington when a dyna- the seventy-firbrands of Democracy, to the dispar- Mr. here Saturday to seeisher father, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Alfred Davis, who declaring him to have mite blast went off and he lost a leg marriage at his home in Winchester. very sick ter an order The coldjdays last week put a stop agement of the latter. Learning that Bryantsville, $410; Baptist church, at his home here. He brought suit He was married in 1844 in a house a to early garden work. in the explosion. been duly elected School Trustee. Senator-eleBeckham had arrived in Mr. Shirley Gover and Miss Judd'CraD Orchard, $1,050; Christian The decision of the Court of Ap- with Attorney George D. Florence, short distance from where he now reSheriff Weatherford was here on Washington he made the following f church, Danville, $72sr; First Baptist peals reversing the lower court's of Stanford, and Kobert Harding sides. He will be ninety-thre- e yeai-- s business Monday, for a short while. carefully dictated statement last of Stanford, were here Saturdav, Little Daisy Frances, the sweet lit- church, Danville, $700; First Preshinged upon the question of Danville, as hife lawyers, and won old in May, and a record of the marjudgment Mrs. B. W. Leigh and children vis- night: byterian church, Danville, $610; tle baby of Mr. and of the legality of a number of votes his case in the lower court and the riages and deaths at which he has of- ited relatives at Shelby City Satur"Senator-elec- t Beckham will be Thompson was called toMrs. Bragg Methodist Episcopal church, South, bloom in a cast by ladies, mostly for Mr. Mc- higher court this week affirms the ficiated would fill a library. He regu- day and Sunday. well taken care of in the matter of larly preaches at Fairfax church in Roberts, which were alleged to have judgment. Mrs. J. D. Burton is still in a se- committee assignments. A man of his fairer clime Saturday morning last. Danville, $520; Presbyterian TheoFor four long months the patient logical Seminary, Danville, $1,150; city. A few days after his mar- rious condition, with no change for ability, character "relayed" to the officers of electhat been and Democracy mother watched it struggle with asth- Baptist church, Harrodsburg, $675; riage Elder Harding attended a circus the better at present. Raiding 'Shiners in Menifee tion. Some of the ladies were alleged to have remained in their bugDeputy Marchal Eubanks, Deputy in Winchester, and after going home . Miss Bee Newbern went to Cin- need have no fear and he will be giv- ma and at last it contracted whooping First Presbyterian church, Harrodsen committee assignments commensugies and to have told others to in- Collector Wells and a posse made a declared he would never attend an- cinnati Sunday to be absent for two rate with his ability and standing. He cough and the two diseases were burg, $1,100; Methodist Episcopal more than the little one could en- Church, South, Harrodsburg, $750; how they raid on Hawkins branch, Menifee other or go to a fair or public enter- weeks preparing herself to take comes here with the good form the election officers will of ev- dure. As we looked upon its beauti- First Presbyterian church, Lebanon, cop- tainment at an opera house unless un- charge of the new millinery store wished their votes cast; others, county and destroyed a erybody, and the contrast between his ful form so cold in death, we $1,380; St. Augustone's Roman drove up or walked up and informed per still, one of the largest seen in der the auspices of the church, and he that will be' opened on March 15 at brand of Democracy and that of how much of sorrow, and trialfelt Catholic church, Lebanon, $405; one of the election officers, who years. They also destroyed seven bar- declares that he has kept his word. Weath-'rforit the Company's place. Camden will be so striking that there thereupon informed the other. Af- rels of mash but the operator got Mack Si.ton mad-- , ci very success- will be a very general desire to show has escaped and how glorious heaven Methodist Episcopal jhurch, South, The city council of Burnside has ful trail la ter discussing the constitutional away. This is the second still capturin Russell county our appreciation of Kentucky's good is, to be peopled with innocent souls Mt. Sterling, $460; Presbyterian like little Daisy. The sympathy of church, Mt. Sterling, $650; Salt River changes in the method of voting, ed by these officers in one week in ordered fire escapes for the various with Lair's' bloodhounds. taste in the sendng him here and hotels there. from the viva voce to the secret bal- that county. McKinney, of Mt. Salem, best will be none to good for him."the all our people is extended to the be- Lodge, Mt. Washington, $120; Jes-e, Walter samine Female Institute, Nicholas-villlot, in all elections, except for school was here Tuesday on business. One assignment probably will be to reaved family in this hour. $725; Christian church, Mrs. Alvin Holmes is quite sick in trustee and other common school disHonor Roll for February Mrs. J. P. Good arrived home Tues- the Committee on Foreign Relations. COOPER TALKED TO $940 ; town of Nicholasville, Primary. Katherine Beck, Joe trict elections the appellate court day after apweek's visit to her sick Mr. Beckham had lunch at the Capi- her home near town. MANY FRIENDS Well Sulphur Christian All his friends are rejoicing with $300; concludes as follows: Brackett, Everett Brummett, WinLouisville. She also visited tol with Senator James, and left last sister in "The invariably frey Duncan, Lucile Dunn, Nannie The Great European War Will Not her daughter' and other relatives in night for home. He and James are on Mr. Levi Elder on his appointment church, Nicholasville, $300; Chrisconstruction placed upon the provisions of the Lunsford, August Ridder, Lewis Warthe city. zlfriendly terms. It was remarked that as rural mail carrier on the Chap-pel- 's tian church, Perryville, $220; Ewing Affect Distribution of Gap route, for we are sure he Institute, Perryville, $270; Methodist constitutions of 1799, and 1849, and ner, John Wood. Mrs. J. GWeatherford of Stan- with these two young men in the Episcopal church, South, Perryville, is the man for the place. Zella Barnett, Chas. the act of 1799, supra, (which origTanlac First Grade. ford, and sister,' Miss Mack Logan, harness Kentucky will be represented inally established the viva voce sys- Blankenship, Beatrice Camenisch, Raymond Bell fell near Sander's $425; Presbyterian church, Perryof Hustonvillepwere visitors in Lou- by Senators whose combined age is Lexington, March 4. tem of voting in Kentucky) and the Kennett Goode, Boyd Gover, Winona isville, last iyreek, among relatives. under that of the Senators represent- store and broke one of the small ville, $325; Madison Female Instiother acts of the General Assembly Hill, Arika Ridder, Bernardine RidThousands of farmers from FayMrs. W. FtyVilliams arrived home ing any other State. James is forty-thre- e bones in his left wrist. It was tute, near Richmond, $6,500; Baptist promptly attended to by Dr. W. J. church, Somerset, $1,500; Presbyterelating to elections, was that the der, Adelia Walker, Delia Mitchell ette and adjoining counties heard L. the latter pant; of ?ast week from and Beckham forty-fivperson entitled to vote, must come Second Grade Eula Brown, Fran- T. Cooper, the great philanthropist, Lexington, afjap a three weeks' visit age of Senator Isaac Stephenson,The Edmiston and he is not suffering any. rian church, Somerset, $550; Anti-oc- h of Methodist churcn, South, StewMiss Melsaida Chadwick took Leon in person, into the immediate pres- ces Greer, Katherine Murphy, Eunice in Lexington recently. Cooper gave to her dauJHwEr. Mrs. Frank Mans- Wisconsin, only lacxs two years of ence of the officers of the election, Pepples, Thelma Walls, Sabra Wal- one of his famous lectures on health field. Mrs'Bftliams is feeling some being equal to the combined ages Fife to her home in Winchester, and art, Mercer county, $240; county of of will spend some time with her sister, Jessamine, $1,000; J. .H. Marratta, and with his own voice declare his ker, Viola Hill, Annelle Carson, Row and hygiene, in connection with an better at but is still in a very both James and Beckham. Spencer county, $417; Sarah Posev .choice as .between candidates. The an Saufley, Hatler Smith, Welch Pep- - interesting demonstration oi the Mrs. Fife in that city. WS&PW: een dying oi cholera Geo'ge' Salem Diiss at London: immediate presence of the officers oi pies, rosier n.. jrnniips, james , Mr. Charles Buchanan left for Brown, Shelby county, $280; Baptist Bloomfield, $325; Christian-churcthe election has been in the same way of Tanlac, the remarkable medi- in this section, for the first time in a Leona Traylor. Isaac Salem was called to London Cleveland,'' Ohio, Sunday, Feb: 28, church, Crab Orchard, $500; colored construed to mean to be immediately after spending the winter with his Third Grade Eddie B Baughman, cine he is introducing to the Ameri- long time. Tuesday by a wire telling of the illat the place, where the officers con- Emma Brackett, Jennie Barnett, a can people. Mr. C. M. Back writes home that ness of his cousin, George Salem. mother here. He was a favorite with Baptist church, Lebanon, $500. ducting the election are situated, so Camenisch, Jack Gover, Sadie K. Several score of the same farmers his son is now some better and has He left at once but found his rela- the young people who regretted to that each of them may hear the de- Kincaid, James Paxton, Susie Rankin, took part in the agricultural exposi- passed the danger point. WHEN at Court, Monday, call at tive dead when he arrived. De- have him leave. On Tuesday night of last week, W. R. Willis & Sons' restaurant, next claration of the voter, and so that Mary Louise Stone, James Turpin, tion conducted by Cooper at his own Samuel Burton, of Indianapolis, ceased had been ailing for some time the clerk may receive his informa- Dorothy Tribble, Frances Traylor, personal expenses in Lexington. Many Ind., arrived here Tuesday night to and is survived by a wife and two there was a dance at the country door west of First National Bank, tion, as to the choice of the voter Lucile Walker. home of Mr. and Mrs. John King, and get a good diniser. oi the displays excelled the exhibits be at the bedside of his mother, Mrs. It 38 years from the voter himself, and thus Fourth Grade Ollie Atchley, Sa- seen at the county fairs, and have at- J. D. Burton, who is in a very critical children. He was about London. old. given in honor of Miss Myrtle Jones, The burial occurred at know from the voter himself, his rah Beck, Katherine Bruce, Frances tracted widespread attention through- condition. Her friends and loved ones of London, Ky., and Mr. Charles name, as well as how he desires to Fisher, Lee Davis Fisher, Reba Gov- out Kentucky. Buchanan of Cleveland, Ohio, who What Prohis Will Ask of Congress are very uneasy over her condition. Jones Yeakey. vote, in order that the clerk may be er, Mary Katherine Hocker, Nellie In speaking of Tanlac and the rewere going to leave the city for their Charles H. Randall, Prohibition Mrs. R. M. Tate is here this week Miss Gertrude able to record the vote from infor- Mitchell, Mary Gilbert Powell, Ade- markable cures of great medicine is on a visit and is a guest at the Hotel young lady of the Jones, a popular homes." party Cogressman-elec- t from CaliforHedgeville section, mation at first hand, and so that the laide Proctor, Lelia Cook Raney, fulfilling, Cooper said to the farmers: Weatherford. On Saturday night there was a nia, in an address to prohibitionists at and Gooch Yeakey, a prosperous voter may, if he desires, see that the Gladys Southard Albert VonGrueni-gen- . "Tanlac, gentlemen, is not a comEverybody is busy getting in read- young farmer of the same neighbor- dance at Mr. William King's near Baltimore announced that it is to be mon patent medicine. Tanlac is a iness for farming. A good deal of hood, were married at Lancaster by Gum Sulphur. Mr. and Mrs. John proposed in the next Congress that clerk records his vote in accordance King chaperoned the crowd from the Federal Government shall withwith his wishes. Neither the clerk Fifth Grade Katherine Brady, proprietary medicine the kind of plowing has already done. A Rev. F. M. Tinder. nor the judges of the election Marjory Ballou, Josephine Gooch, medicine recently spoken of by Hon. large acreage of cornbeen tobacco here, of about twenty youngsters, draw from the liquor business all the and should be required or allowed to ob- Elizabeth Green, Mattie Belle Kin- Oscar Underwood, the Democratic will be put in in this section this providing a nice covered wagon, and facilities which are under the GovernA CAR LOAD of buggies, pony tain the name, or the wishes of any caid, Isabella Warren. leader of the House of Representarigs etc at W H. Higgins' this week. I plenty of warm wraps. They had a ment's control or ownership. Blankenship, tives in our national Congress at season. voter, as to how he desires to vote, Sixth Grade Bertha "A series of four proposed laws are A great many came to the Weath- Something new. Call and see them. 91 fine time so they report, and thank from any other source than the Henry, Baughman, Lucile Carter, Washington, D. C. You all know that erford Company's bg clearance sale Mr. and Mrs. King for their enjoy- being prepared," he said, "briefly devoter himself, except in the case of Guy Smith, William Tate, Robert Mr. Underwood was a candidate for last Saturday and snapped up the ment. scribed as follows: "Took" Looks Like a Winner deaf or dumb voters, for the purpose Woods Gover, Margaret the democratic nomination for presi- bargains offered. Miss Myrtle Jones, of London, "First Federal liquor license re-- Took" utate senator of recording the vote. The reasons Wood, Joseph Walter, Gabe Raney, dent, and that he is a man of great Dunn arrived home Tuesday Hubble, fo Lincoln county, was in who has been the attractive guest of ceipts are hereafter to be issued on Uriah for the enforcement of the above re- James Baughman, Emily Camenisch, ability and integrity. He is a native from Columbia, where he has been her brother, Dr. Jones and wife, of ly to holders of valid licenses already Louisville yesterday. He says the too. . quirements are very obvious. It is Morgan Baughman. Kentuckian, days in the interest of his judicial races in his judicial district, this city for some week's returned granted by local authorities in the "Realizing' what u real hardship it for several the province of the judges to deterSeventh Grade Sadie Wearen, to her home Sunday accompanied by States. horse business. the Thirteenth, have beun to wax mine the qualifications of the voter, Margaret Shanks, Sophie, Saunders, would bring to the thousands of "Second The United States mails S. M. Owens, of McKinney, pretty warm. Senator Hubble, who Miss Jones, who will visit her home-folMrs. but it is the duty of the clerk to re- Vie Gose Smith, Mary Pettus, Fran- American people who daily use Tan- was the guest of Mrs. J. W. Hoskins there.. Miss Myrtle made many will be closed to use by the liquor is one of the most extensive mule friends while here who look forward interests for any purpose,whatever, cord the vote. For the information ces Cormney, Janie Hocker, Joe lac and similar proprietary medicines, buyers in the State, is being boom- to another visit from her in the fu- thus preventing the vicious and to be imparted to the judge, alone, Grimes, Mary Hill Garman, George should these preparations be included Wednesday. Francis Weatherford, to the wish of a voter, would com- Fleece Farris, Nellie Davis. commodities upbn was here Wednesday on of Stanford, ed by mule men all over the United ture. among the popular as fraudulent advertising published in business. States for the appointment as mule pel the clerk to make his record from Eighth Grade Earl Baughman, which a special war revenue tax was Mrs. Agnes Herrin, Mrs. W. E. many newspapers and sent through Quite a number are planting Irish judge at the k exhibit at the Perkins and Jim Guest Herrin, went Underwood, potatoes this week. second hand information, and if the Edward Tanner, May Belle Lyon, placed, Congressman mails. Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition in San over to Lexington Tuesday morning the"Third The United States will wish of the voter is imparted to the Sara Cormney, Hester Anderson, Car with characteristic safeguard of the clerk, alone, the judges would have rie Davis, Kuby Hilton, Berta Mc- - people's rights, placed himself on rec- Prominent Junction City Man Dead Francisco, Cal., this summer. His to consult a specialist in regard to prohibit the use or interstate comfriends have strong hopes that he will Jim's condition, as he has been quite merce for liquor shipments or for no opportunity to determine the qual- uiure, oam a. iraig. ord as unalterably opposed to anyThomas Gordon, of Junction be selected. Louisville Times. J. ifications of the voter, and the byFreshman Annie V. Craig, Thel thing that would increase the price of sick lor some time. Mrs. Hemn any purpose, and will stop importaor which City, died Sunday morning at four standers watching the conduct of the ma Francis, Nancy K. McKinney, proprietary medicines, also is ill. tions from foreign countries, thus NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. election would have no opportunity Clarence Singleton, Cora B. Trostle, would tend to deprive the working o'clock. His death resulted from an atMiss Maud Gooch remains about erecting a stone wall at every state tack of npeumonia,. He was a son ox to make protest against wrongs. For Annette Wearen, Jean Woods, Annie man of his best friend. Rev. C. H. Greer will fill his reg- the same. She has been able to walk line. the officers of the election, or any Rogers Powell. "The result was that Tanlac and the late Mr and Mrs. John L. Gordon, ular appointment at Neal's Creek around the rom a little. "Fourth A Federal embargo will Sophomore one of them, to receive, and record Henly Cash, Joe T. similar proprietary medicines were and was born on the North Rolling next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'be placed against the waste or food a vote, upon information from any Cash, Matsy Grimes, Nellie W. Hill, stricken completely off the war rev- Fork about 55 years ago. He had been clock. products by prohibiting the transTHICK, GLOSSY HAIR person, other than the voter himself, Ferdinand Matheny, .Anna G. Wood, enue bill. Thus it is, gentlemen, that twice married. Six children came to Regular services at the Baptist formation of grain, fruits or any FREE FROM DANDRUFF products valuable as to his desire to vote and his choice, Serena Young. the thousands of sufferers in this bless the first union. He was a mem- Church, Sunday: Sunday School at for food, into inhowever, near the proposed voter Junior Bessie Brackett, Lucile country are enabled to obtain Tanlac ber of the Presbyterian church, and is 9:30; preaching at 11 a. m., sub- Girls! Beautify Your Hair! Make it toxicating or alcoholic liquors." might be to the polling place, would Dudderar, Gertrude Gaines, Shirley now at a price within the reach of the survived by his widow and five chil- ject, "Individual Discipline;" eveSoft, Fluffy and Luxuriant dren three boys, Walter, Lucien and ning services at 7:30 an evangelismost modest means." dispense with the necessity of voters Gover, Effie Ware, Lucy Wilmot, Broke Ground For Bungalow coming in person to the polling place Here, Cooper, holding the attention Martin Gordon; two daughters, Mrs. tic sermon. Senicr Clinton Coleman, Marv S. Try the Moist Cloth John A. Allen, who has done more at all. While in the instant case, it Cook, Sallie M. Craig, Ellen Mae of the great assemblage, explained William Christerson and Mrs. J. E. At the Methodist church Sunday' building in Stanford in the past five McAnly; three brothers and several the Sunday school will meet at 9:30 is not intended that it should be in- Holtzclaw, AnnieJD. McRoberts, Bes- the causes and enumerated the sympTry as you will, after an applicacity, A. M. Preaching at 10:45. Epworth tion of Danderine, you cannot find a years than any two men of this pretferred that either the officers of the sie Moore, Mary M. Raney, Verna toms of stomach, liver, and kidney sisters. 7 single trace of dandruff or falling broke ground Wedesday for a League at 6:15 ancr preaching at election or the voters were guilty of Rout, Mayme Singleton, Kate Lynn troubles. exty bungalow Miller street. "Most of the stomach, livany intentional wrongs, this court Wood. FRESH and cured meats always P. M. Everyone most cordially invit- hair and your scalp will not itch, but pects to have on completed in a He couple it not- on hand at W. R. Willis & Sons' Res- ed to all services. er and kidney troubles," said the could not give sanction to a method what will please you most, will be af- of months. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon will ed student, " are due almost entirely taurant and fancy grocery. Prices Dr. Taliaferro, of Georgia, will ter a few weeks' use, at first yes Burley Men Organize of voting, which, if of general apbuild a lot south Two hundred tobacco growers from to catarrhal inflammation of those right. deliver an plication, would necessarily result in It church this address at the Baptist but really new hair growing all ov- alsohis homebungalow on the street as on Lancaster of evening at 7:30, on er the scalp. conducting viva voce elections, in forty counties of the burley district organs. The constant coughing up of soon as the weather warms up a lit"Judson's Memorial Building Fund." To the Reformatory. such a loose and unsatisfactory man- met at Lexington Tuesday to form a mucus, dull, throbbing headaches, A little Danderine immediately Everybody cordially invited to at- doubles the beauty of your hair. No tle. would produce general State organization to regulate the pains in the pit of the stomach, side ner, that it Sheriff J. G. Weatherford and dissatisfaction in the results of such price of tobacco and provide better and kidney region, lost appetite, Deputy Francis Weatherford took to tend. No collection. difference how dull, faded, brittle Money For Farmers. Services at the Presbyterian church and seraggy, just moisten a cloth with elections, and bring them into gen- marketing conditions-- John W. Stout, nervousness, lost ambition, depres- the Reformatory at Frankfort this of Woodford county, called the con- sion of spirits, and susceptibility to morning Harvey Hopkins and Jack Sunday, March 7: Sunday school, Danderine and carefully draw it We can secure you loans from eral disrepute. "Applying the above stated prin- vention to order anct was made presi- coughs and colds, are common symp- Leisure, convicted Saturday at of 9:30; Morning Worship, 11 o'clock; through your hair, taking one small $2,000 to $40,000 for 5 years mort-a ciples, we are of the opinion that the dent of the temporary organization. toms of this miserable condition from breaking into J. T. Curry's store at Mission Class and Brotherhood, 3 strand at a time. The effect is im- low rate of interest, on first o'clock; C. E. Society, 6:30; "Haw to mediate and amazing your hair will gage. See or write us at once. court did not err in adjudging that with Lucien Beckner secretary. The which so many suffer." Crab Orchard. They Cooper then produced hundreds of from one to two years. were given Make This a Happier World," Prov. be light, fluffy and wavy, apd have Phone No. 51. Rue & Curry, Harthe votes cast by Mrs. Bettie Bar-ne- tt forenoon was devoted to a discussion 17-- 3 3:13-1evening service, 7 o'clock. an appearance of abundance; an in- rodsburg, Ky. and Mrs. Bettie McKinney were of the. provisions of the proposed con- testimonials from Lexington people Sunday-schoattendance at the comparable lustre, softness and luxproperly received and recorded for stitution framed by W. H. McChord, "as convincing evidence of the genuine Alex Knight, who lives between er-nSunday Big Prices for Game Chickens appellee, and that the vote recorded of Springfield, and Judge E. C. O -- merits oi Tanlac. Fairview and Elkton, is the father of First Church, average was 334 ; of ffor uriance, the beauty and shimmer of attendance Tnlac is now sold in Stanford by 25 children, all of whom are alive. $17.85; as that of Miss Minnie Woods was Rear, of Frankfort. This charter is a the true hair health. Elmer B. Denham shipped from 19-- 1 $14-2and Penny's Drug Store. properly disallowed. For the same strict compliance with anti-truGet a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Stanford Wednesday two fine game Eight children were born to his first January, 280; average offering, averaverage for February, 335; Federal laws, and is bereasons we tmnK tne court was in wifVand 17 to his last. There are 20 age Danderine from any drug store or roosters and a hen. To Paul Carroll, offering for February $20.41. toilet counter, and prove that your of Hamlet, N. C, he expressed: a Former Pulaskian Killed by Train girls and five boys. error in holding that the votes re- lieved to "hold water." Much enthuRelatives of Dr. Carl Doolin, forThe aim of the Bible school is to have hair is pretty and soft as any that corded for appellee as the votes of siasm was manifested and, folrooster, 'with two winnings every month show a greater average it has been neglected or injured by to his credit, for which he received Mrs. R. C. Warren, Mrs. W. M. lowing the adoption of the constitu- mer resident of Pulaski county, have Are You Rheumatic? Try Sloan's than the month preceding throughout careless treatment that's all. 19-- 1 $15. To Howard Davis at Vista, Mo., tion the new organization will be received word to the effect that he If you want quick and real relief the year. The services last Sunday known as the Kentucky Burley To- was accidently killed while boarding rooster, he shipped a No Use to Try and Wear Out Your bacco Growers' Association. a train at Ash Grovs, Mo. He was a from Rheumatism, do what so many were largely attended, morning and A. B. Hopper is dead at Parksville once a winner, for which he got a Cold It Will Wear You OutInstead night. There were two additions by and Edgar Webb at Enido, Boyle for $20. The hen that went with this thousand other people are doing railroad surgeon. whenever an attack comes on, bathe letter. Richmond suffering Thousands keep on Welcome Information county. cock brought a nice sum also. Health PromotesHappiness the sore muscle or joint witn Sloan's Coughs and Colds through neglect Most middle aged men and women v Without health, genuine joy is im Liniment. No need to rub it in just and delay. Why make yourself an are glad to learn that Foley Kidney Ah! The Invigorating Whiff of The They Know It's Safe W. T. Axbell, of easy prey to serious ailments and Pills give relief from languidness, possible; without gwod indigestion apply the Liniment to the surface. It Pine Forest! Parents who know from experience movement, you can is, wonderfully penetrating. It coes Edwardsport, Ind., writes: "I sufferepidemics as the results of a neglect- stiff and sore mucles and joints, puff-ne- and regular bowel How it clears the "throat and head not have health. Why neglect keeping right to the seatof trouble and a bot- ed from severe trouble with my kid- insist upon Foley's Honey and Tar Coughs and Colds sap your under eyes, backache, bladder ed Cold? strength and vitality unless checked weakness and rheumatism. They get bowels open and risk being sick and tle of Sloan's 'Liniment for 25c. of neys and back. First bottle of Foley Compound when buying a medicine of its muccous ailments. It is this Thousin the early stages. Dr. Ring's New results. Contain no harmful drugs. ailing? You don't have to. Take one any druggist and have it in the house Kidney Pills gave me relief."rheuma- for coughs, colds, croup and la grippe. spirit of Newness and Vigor from the C. T. Lunceford, Washington, Ga., health-givin- g Piney Forests brought small Dr. King's New Life Pill at against Colds, Sore and, Swollen- ands testify that backache, Discovery is what you need the first Sold by all dealers. night,! in the morning you will have a JointSj Lmbajto, Sciatica and like tism, sore muscles, acting joints and writes: "I have used it for six years back by Dr. Bell's clears up, you dose helps. Your head bladder weaknesses vanished, when ad it never has failed. I think it is Antiseptic and healing. Bay a bottle Oscar L. Robinson, of Eubank, has full, free bowel movement and feel ailments YoHr mono- -" K' "1 :" not breathe freely and you feel so much v... Kidnov Pills were taken. Sold the best remedy made for coughs and today. All druggists, 35c. Electric but is 'does give p.lmoct- lv today and start been granted a pension of $18 per much better. Helps yourappetite and better. Buy a bottle colds. Sold by all dealers. digestion. Try one tonight. Bitters a Spring tonic. tnnt rlfc': month. taking at once. le-.g- al " Ex-Go- v. Clay-county- ct Ro-bar- ds, st ct 60-gall- on k Nich-olasvil- le, - e. pKt iuu-Corma- masi h, 01-g- " Mc-Corma- ks live-stoc- i so-call- ed . 8; ol gs st 2; anti-pooli- ng one-year-- old three-year-o- ld Climax-Madison-ia- n. . ss ) - Pine-Tar-Hon- ey. :nt-isfie- dj -- - v - s. ,- VA 'K I&?-'''- . ? W. lr ijvv iAJ ; ' is; - 4 -- - ". f. ' -' r;y h i L The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. The Interior Journal This Bank Has Been Designated As WALTON & Friday, March 5, 1915. r? SAUFLEY Editors and Managers. A Depository For Postal Savings By the Treasurer of the United States. fl A TEAK STRICTlX IN ABVANOE at Stanford m Entered at the pottoffiee ttcond dais mail matter. Moneys Deposited with the Postmaster are here by the Government. If this Bank is Safe for Uncle Sam, it is Safe For Re-deposited POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates 5,000,000 for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. This 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 Mr. Tom F. JESSE D. WEAREN. Dady, No. 3 Catarrh of the Head "Peruna Cured me In Six Weeks." People Going Away Are you going to make a business trip or visit to some city or friend? Then let us remind you of our traveling luggage. You don't want to be ashamed when you off of the train or out of an auto with an worn out hand bag or suit case. Now we show you Trunks in regular or steamer style price, $2.50 to $10. In Country Have Catarrh. Manhattan Y-O-- U. Lincoln County NationalBank Capital $100,000; $100,100. "Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Kentucky. Mr. Smith Weaver is making his CRAB ORCHARD ROUTE I regular calls to Mr. John Petrey's. We are having some cold weather Rev. R. N. Gooch filled his regular Mr. George Elder is quite ill with at present. appointment at Liberty last Saturday and Sunday. pneumonia. Rev. W. M. Brock filled his regular Miss Brilda Littrell has been quite appointment at Friendship. Quite a ill, but is better at this writing. crowd attended. Mr. James Denny is suffering with large a sprained hand, which was caused by Let the I. J. do your job printing. fighting a horse. Costs Belter CALUMET BAKING POWDER zt irTB PkZ---- &j-AI Bakes my yi raised food. insures wholesome food.tasty Calumet is made right to sell right to bake right Ask one of tlie millions of women who use it or ask your grocer. 11 food-uniformly one thin yu are looking lor in tnese days nf liirli liviiijr cost Calumet insures a wonder- fnl saing in your baking. But it does more. ECONOMY-tha- t's fjpME RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicapo, III. Paris Exposition, France, March, 1912. J rc 'It '.... 1 t , t.U. fuiwifM riMnf..... tni.TJ Prtv Palnnf- , yon 1Dujtacapur L!.-p""": ...... 1m. loa dont tare noneywnenwhcIeme-TJT- ej beit results. Calnmet u far superior to sour milk and soda. more economical more iii "I was member Rochester, N. Y., writes: for of the State Racing Commission, and troubled with catarrh of the head atpolitician, after a confer- many years before I paid much all 'round ence with Stanley and Camden in tention, to it, but a few months ago cow-hid- e Washington, came back to Kentucky I was so annoyed by headaches and difficulty in breathing through my to announce that Camden will not be a candidate for anything, but will be nose, and my eyes smarted and looked do interested in seeing that a business so inflamed that I felt I must afis elected to head something to relieve this state of administration" the state government at Frankfort. fairs. "I noticed one of your ads. in the Would the ubiquitous Young suggest to for a minute, that Gov. McCreary paper, and then and there decided say who has appointed so many of try Peruna. I am pleased to Young's friends to office and has so that it came up to all my expectaDon't go away with that old trunk and bursted signally honored him, is giving the tions, for in six weeks it had driven out of my system and state anything else than a busiress the catarrh suit case. Come get a new one. administration? Of course Camden I have not been troubled since." Mrs. A. J. Tleman, 1122 Wyoming will not be a candidate. No use for St., San Antonio, Texas, writes: "I Young to tell the democrats of Kentucky that. But meanwhile Young did suffered over nine years with catarrh not deny that Camden, himself and of the head, nose and ears. Five botmy Commissioner Eli Brown tles of Peruna have restored me are preparing to endeavor to elect health." one Owsley Stanley as governor. Corner Main and Lancaster These three would prove powerful COTTAGE for rent; nice champions of the cottage on East Main street; from Second district that is, in rent cheap. Apply to John S. Baugh some quarters. Just hew strong they man at the mill. 18-- 2 i will prove with the democrats of Kentucky in view of their records, Entertained Rook Club. would remain to be proven. OF LOCAL INTEREST Mrs. J. S. Owsley delightfully en- Some People We Know, and We Will Club at he home the The strangest political platform tertained W. A.Rook Thursday afProfit by Hearing About Them Tribble ever issued in Kansas is probably that of Mrs. A delicious salad course ternoon. of Jay E. House, candidate for may- was served. Those making the highto bandage up a sore throat with a heavy bandage, for the reaThis is purely local event. or of Topeka. "If I am elected," Mr. est scores were Mesdames G. G. It took place in Stanford. son that as soon as the throat feels better, the bandage is reHouse promises, "I shall do absolute- Perry, A. H. Severance. R. T. Not in some faraway place. ly as I please." His announcement You are asked to investigate it. moved, which exposes you to more serious ailments, use Tribble and S. M. Sau-fieW. adds that he wants the job solely be- Bruce, The A.guests included: Mrs. Asked to believe a citizen's word; cause it pays $2,500 per year. House Mattie To confirm a citizen's statement. C. Foster, will not be elected but he should be Mrs. W. Kirby, Mrs. Mrs. H. S. Rice, Any article that is endorsed at GARGLE. P. Grimes, rewarded for a frankness that is sel- Miss Esther Burch, Mrs. E.J.J. Brown, home. dom seen in the modern politician. Is more worthy of confidnece Mrs. Pickett, of Shelbyville, Mrs. A. A prompt, pleasant, efficient remedy for Sore Throat, which Than one you known nothing C. Hill, Mrs. T. J. Hill. Jr. about. does not discolor the teeth. We guarantee it to be satisfactory The Climax says that the beer Endorsed by unknown people. house in that city suffered a partial to you, or we will refund your money without question. "I had pains through my, back and loss by fire. But the question that the kidney action was irregular," 25 and 50 cents Sold only by us. arises in our mind, is what is Richsays H. D. Aldridge, blacksmith, of mond, a prohibition town, doing with E Main St., Stanford. " I didn't sleep a beer house? well at night. When I heard about scorrs Doan's Kidney Pills, I used them. piULSIOtil Smock Baugh They soon strengthened my kidneys II! coouKJeu. I and stopped the pain." Is nasal breathing A beautiful wedding was solemnizMr. Aldridge is only one of many impaired? Does Gasoline Will Do j, J. E. Greenleaf, cashier of the ed here Saturday at the home of Rev. Stanford people who have gratefully What A Gallon of Rich- get your throat Ed Hubbard, when Miss Julia Smock A single gallon of gasoline will do Southern National Bank at endorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If and Craig Baugh were joined heart mond, suffered a stroke of paralysis husky or clogged? your back aches if your kidneys wonders almost anywhere, but noand hand. The house was beautifully Modern science proves bother you, don't simply ask for a where has it been applied to a bet- His condition is not considered se- -i decorated for the occasion. Only a kidney remedy ask distinctly for ter purpose than on the farm. Here rious. that these symptoms re- h few were present. They left immedihealth. sult from Doan's Kidney Pills, the same ;that are some of fits stusxs: It will milk ately after the wedding for the home Snuffs and vapors are irriMr. Aldridge had the' remedy back-echb- y 300 cows, bale four tons of hay, mix I of the groom's parents, where a wed-Idin- g tating and useless. home testimony. 50 c all stores. 35 yards of cement, move a ton A Food and Nerve Tonic supper was served. The bride Foster-Milbur- n in Scott's Emulsion'" The of Co., Props., Buffalo, truck 14 miles, plow three-fifth- s la frequently required by old age. We never looked more lovely n her life. N. Y. "When Your Back is Lame-Rem- ember an acre of land and make enough will enrich and enliven the blood, always recommend : She will make a fine helD mate for 19-- 1 electricity to keep eight lights going the Name." aid nutrition and assist natuts to the man of her choice. Their many in the farm house for 30 days. Goodcheck the inflammation and -- " flJ OiiveOiI, irienas wish them a lone: and happy bye to boyhood memories of turning Brummett Playforth LWWUW Emulsion membranes. heal the sensitive wedded life. 0. C. Miss Phancy Brummett and Rus- the grindstone. Wall Street containing Uypophoaphiles Shun Alcoholic mixtures sell Playforth, both of the East End, aaanidealcombinationforthispurpose. and insist upon SCOTT'S. Daniel Anderson, a Pulaski county were joined in wedlock's holy bonds JtJ.J.MM.l.Wi!tm--iX.UKlM?pioneer, is dead aged 73. Penny's Drug Store. Let the 1. J. do your job printing. at E. P. Brummett's Thursday. Allie W. Young, ex-juri- st, St, iH m step old can any Suit Cases in paper, straw, and walrus, $1, $1.50, $2.50, $5, $7.50 and $10. Hand Bags, all leather, nothing but good ones, $5, $7.50 and $10. ex-Pris- on McROBERTS & BAILEY IT IS A DANGEROUS PRACTICE y. REXAIX THROAT Have you m Catarrh? run-do- Penny's Drug StGre, Stanford, Ky. j oil-fo- od , S a H 9. B. entucky Rural Credit A Co-operati- ve A Organization For The Farmers of Kentucky. Money at 5 Per Cent. To Farmers On 10, 20, 30 And 50 Years' Time. DIRECTORS DIRECTORS JAMES B. McCREARY, Governor of Kentucky. C. II. BERRYMAN, Lexington, Manage! Elmendorf Stock Farm. J. L. WATKINS, Lexington, Banker and Merchant. Green, Banker and farmer. JNO. W. VREELAND, Louisvile, Publisher of Farmers' Home Journal. P. W. WITT., Newport, President of the Central Savings Bank & Trust and ex-Jud- ge MORGAN O. HUGHES, Bowling The Association Table. $1,000 AT 5 PER CENT INTEREST, 29 YEARS' TIME Amount of Loan Length of Term... " Company. J. M. LASSING, Newport, banker of Court of Appeals. .$1,000.00 .29 Years YearV Total Amount Payments Rate of Interest Annual Payments Interest at per cent 5 .5 per cent ........$70.00 Total Amount Payments JOE C. VAN METER, Lexington, Fanner and Live Stock Breeder. HENRY G. OVERSTREET, Owens-bor- o, Farmer and State Senator. FORREST BUTTS, Carrollton, Farmer and Coal Operator. THOS. BIGGSTAFF, Mt. Sterling, Farmer and Breeder. ROBERT H. SCOTT, Paducah, State Senator. L. L. DORSEY, Anchorage,. Farmer and Live Stock Breeder. GEORGE D. HOPKINS, Attorney. J. L. ZARING, Shelbyville, Banker and Farmer. Kbiti. Year -- Total Amount Payments Interest at 5 per cent Association's ' Reserve . ' Association's Reserve . Year Interest' at 5 per cent Association's Reserve I $70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 $50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 $ 20.72 VlfOv-v- . $70.00 - 2 3 42.12 4 5 64.29 87.24 1.10.99 "12 ; T3 ".'M5 r: 16 19 - 6 7 i 50.00 50.00 50.00 -- . 135.57 161.01 187.34 9 s 50.00 214.59 , ' 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00. 70.00 70.00 70.00 $50.00 ,50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50,00 50.00 50.00 50.00 $242.80 272.00 302.22 20: " . 2r 22 23 24;; $70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 $50.00 $585.33 626.51 333.50 365.87 399.37 434.05 25' 26. 27 ' 1 469.94 507.09 545.54 i- 28 29 ' ,70.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 669.14 713.26 758.92 806.18 855.10 905.73 958.13 1,000.00 50:0Q NOTE The Borrower will have the privilege of paying off the mortgage any time after giving 50 days notice. The Rural Credit Association will only accept a limited number of farmers in Lincoln County as members. ' H. E, Newby, Representative will be in Stanford, Monday, March 8, court day, for one day only, to finish up his work in this county. If you are interested in the Association, you had better see Mr. Newby, as it will be probably your last opportunity. Kentucky Rural Credit Association, Jas. B. McCreary, Pres. V; 'r V f-4 ' f- ' V,' . : , ,t , t 'W ( :- T 't3 :? i-- : ,J - V: - S "- - ' - -t - J f ' CftiUr j ;:3fi$ . ;.-,- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday jMarch 5, 1915 FRENCH PEOPLE fCURE STOMACH TROUBLE a ,y household remedy of the French consisting of pure vegetable nd said to possess wonderful merit lie treatment of btoniacli, liver and ftinal troubles, has been introduced jis country b George H. Mayr, who twenty years has been one of the ling down-tow- n druggists xi Chili snd who himself was cured by its So quick and effective is its action a single dose is usually enough to g pronounced relief in the most born cases, and manv people who e tried it declare they never heard mything to produce such remarkable alts in so short a time It is known Mayr's Wonderful "Remedy and can v be had at all leading drug stores, is sold with the positive understandthat your money wTR be refunded hout question or quibble if ONE tie fails to give you absolute fUttry, - Near Morehead, Elijah Caudill and wife, an aged couple, were burned TOM RHEA GOMES to death in their home. The Bank of Valley View, Madison county, has dissolved on account of a lack of business. It will pay out in OUT FOR AUDITOR full. Will Hunt was given three to five years by a Madison county jury for participation in the killing of Timothy Lakes. Sam Baker, implicated in Seeks Nomination onfStrong and the crime, is yet to De ried. Harrodsburg, Collins Sumrall, of has been appointed by Governor Mc- Worthy" democratic Ticket. to .Emergency Creary a delagate Peace Federation which meets in Chicago Feb. 27th. Sherman Stephens and Miss Letha Jordan, of Estill county, drove all RECORD AS ASSESSING OFFICER night in the rain to Winchester where they were made husband and wife. The bride is of age but her parents objected to her marrying. l Laurel county republicans endors-E- d Morrow for governor. Lumber Co., one The Roper-Reethe biggest lumber concerns in Istern Kentucky, has gone into the ,nds of a receiver. se eo& i Dyspepsia Tablets "Will Relieve Your Indigestion Penny's Drug Store. 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 Reviewed In Refuting Reckless Charges of Favoritism Toward Big Corporate Interests Made by Owsley Stanley Will Not Enter Into Controversy With His Detractor Points With Pride to Manner In Which Present Administration of TreasExplains Single Attack. urer's Office Has Overcome Deficit Notwithstanding: my well known recInherited From Republican Prede- ord upon the board in these matters and my efforts to serve the best interests of cessor. the people by placing a larger and a Just bunlen of taxation upon the corporaThomas S. Rhea of Logan tions, one man alone In all the state has me about the present state treasurer of Kentucky undu taken to criticise to reflect upon wotk of the board, and and late chairman of the Demociatio my conduct In connection with it. Mr. In A. O. Stanley, state campaign committee, tcday nouncing himself some a time" ago, for anthe as candidate makes announcement of his candidacy nomination for governor, with his usutl disregard for attack for his party's nomination,' in the Au- upon me and the truth, o made anthe sought create gust primary election, ,for the office that the corporations had been j too favorably treated by th board, and of auditor of public accounts. In en- that and other gentlemen he mentioned it. tering the race Mr. Rheapreseiits to had in some way been responsible fordisThe record and the facts completely the voters a brief review of his course prove Itts Insinuations or charges, and hisas a member of the state board of show that no franchise board in thelarge tory of Kentucky ever made such valuation and assessment, the fran- increase" in the assessments of corporahardly plead chise tax board of the state, shewing tions. Mr. Stanley canbecause they have of these facts, that that body has by unanimous ac- i been dKcu ed in the press and the In the courts tion materially increased the assess- last twooforthe state a great deal a canthree years. I am not ment of all the large public service didate for the same office that he n nor do . propose to corporations, refuting the reckless smoking, controversy I with him anddescend would into a charges made by Congressman Ows- not now mention him except for his upon me. The people of ley Stanley that the board had been wanton attack learned to know him as Kentucky have influenced in behalf of the corpora- a man utterly reckless and unreliable in ld statements or in Ills charges against tions. other men. The only criticisms that Mr. Rhea also reviews his course have ever been made about the work of this board have come from those who in the management of the state's havt complained that we have raised the co-int- sliJp upon nny legitimate Industry. This rro.ml. .jlth my active assistance, In the last three years, has increased thr franchise valuations upon all the corpora? tirns of the state from $45,000,000 to $132,000,000; and four of the largest "ompanie.. whose assessments were r.iiscd, have enjoined the collection and carried the question into the federal courts. wher the cases are now pending tor a decision The favorable settlement of thfse cases in the courts together with the larpre Increases from other corporations which are not contested, 'means a sreat boon to the taxpayers and a most valuable Increase In our revenues. In fie four years of the present administration the increase of revenues from the assessments of those corporations, which wlU increases, not contested have amount to a sum to the state far in of $1,000,000: and the inqrease of revenues from the same source to the counties, cities, towns and school "districts of the state will amount to about $2,000,000 for the same period. Should the courts sustain the action of the board in the raises made upon the four railroad companies I have referred to It would add about $1,000,000 more revenue to the slate and about $2,000,000 more to thecountles, cities, towns and school districts in the same four years. -- rail-ro:- nl JifCaxwEll 1 7CAfexolFeatu gpST ex-e- ss &w 1915 Model S 5l &S& 1 $rThe "Wonder Car." The sensation of the auto mobile world. The biggest automobile m& value ever offered under $1000. Powerful, fast, silent and one of the easiest riding and most economical cars in the world. A splendid, fully equipped real family automobile. With Sims high tension magneto, sliding gear transmission, left hand drive center control, anti skid tires on rear and ROBINSON'S Next to Lincoln County National Bank wWBBHHBg HK&ttflBHHKBSp'? Practically All the High Priced Features of High Priced Cars The easiest car in the wurld to drive. The greatest all around hill body. climbing car in the world. The car with a pure stream-lin-e ' ''" " V'1 i'- - - Ns all I 'CtiM dl OIlCc! my horse is sick. V-- vJCvl ; ' - Z&itiffl&i388$&S38&& i WfwwttnmrmmUKBBF Holds the road at 50 miles an hour With Electric BB mBHwP Starter and Electric Lights $55 extra jBBmBBnBM&i$3Wxciy. i: .. ' -- 'apffMllii8 jWW UMlBMK HffiHI'f Hmft HHHL iMIIWlMMlwIlwlBMIWr v.- ... ' ": ' 'Vy-- ; ' i i.TMfiff Jy; Ql IITT iBMIIWllMWW mKSSBBBSIK SiEf 5 IWWjVVV Et HUH illBWi " yWGsBBKF'i ,. - t '. x mMffiRBBB&BBEimSwilBKlM MP&S&e i Mm wwmm iiiiiiiif kmSmMsisaK M f S your neighbors. Prompt attention must be giv en ailing stock so that farm work may not be delayed. Bell Telephone Service on the farm enables you to get the veterinary quickly. It also keeps you in touch with the markets and If there is no telephone on your farm write day for our Free Booklet. Address:- to- iy&s? v tUe?3 H. C. CARPENTER. THOMAS S. RHEA OF LOGAN COUNTY, financial department, the treasurer's office, declaring that the present administration has well handled a difficult financial condition left to it by the last Republican administration. His card of announcement follows: KENTUCKY. At Lincoln County National Bank. 1 Farmers' Line Department. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED y BOX 339, FRANKFORT, KY. Now Is The Time To Have Your Rubber Tires Put OnJ I am Splendidly Prepared to do it Prices From $12 To $16. ii E. T. PENCE, Stanford, Ry. When You Have a Policy Written by Bromley & Bromley Insurance Agents You Know That It Is Worth- - Face Value When Called For Payment. , VI officeholder. As sheriff of my nativj county of I.agan. and then for the last three ypars and more as treasurer of Kentucky. I have tried faithfully and earnestly to so pet form the duties of office as to jifstify the confidence of the people who so honored me. Member of Important Boards. As state treasurer I have been, accord Inc to law. a member of the Important governing boards of the state, the sink- -' Ing fund board, the printing board, th" capltol board and the board of valuation and assessment. This latter board is on of especial importance and consists of only three members, the auditor, the treasurer, and the secretary of state. It deals with the Important question of fix- ing the franchise valuations upon all , corporations doing business in this state, for purposes of taxation. The record made by the present board in the last' three years has been remarkable and nn- - j prccedented. The board has not sought to hinder or cripple legitimate corporate-industrieof the state; but It has so in- -' creased their franchise assessments that j the state is now receiving several hun-- i Jrcd thousands of dollars more In taxes every year from this source than it ever received before. As a member of that board 3 hav? helped diligently In thwj work of adjusting these matters In ac- - j cordance with the best interests of the. People and without causing" unjust hard- - j -s assessments upon corporations too high. I .shall gladly stand upon the record of that board and upon my part in its work. Tn the campaign last fall I was selected without, opposition by the party leaders and the state committees as the Democratic campaign chairman for the state, and we succeeded in carrying tie state for the Democratic ticket by the largest rnijorlty in a general election for thirty To the Democrats of Kentucky: yetrs I do not wish to claim the credit On the first Saturday of next August for that splendid result, but as campaign I all of time the Democrats of Kentucky will nom- chairmanhelp gavebringing my about. and serto in it inate their candidates for state offices, vice Inherited Large Debt. and make up their ticket to be submitted to the voters in the November elecThe present state administration, of tion. In that primary I shall be a can- which I am a member. Inherited a large didate for the Democratic nomination debt and a disordered condition of for the office of auditor of public ac- finances from the preceding Republican counts: and In making this announce administration; and that inheritance, toment, I trust that my fellow Democrats gether with the Increased demands upon will give to my candidacy their serious our revenues for educational purposes, I shall enand favorable consideration. for Confederate pensions, and for other deavor to be very brief in what I .say worthy causes, has Imposed upon us a and shall rely In this announcement, upon the fair and discriminating intel- difficult situation to deal with and one that has tried our best efforts and enerligence of the people for what support gies. As head of the treasury departmay receive I hope I may be pardoned for calling ment of the state, I believe I may say attention briefly to my experience as an without boasting, that its affairs under J 1 See it Court Day. Maxwell Service Station Prompt Delivery on Orders Placed Now. Somerset Street, Stanford. i? commissioner's sale Pursuant to a judgment rendered in the above styled action at the TToVinitirv tflrm 1915 of the afore said court the undersigned Commis sioner will on Monday, March 8,1915 front at about 1:30 o'clock I M. in Stanof the court house in the city of ford, Kentucky, offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following described reaL estate in Lincoln county, Kentucky, on the waters of Green river, and bounded and described as follows, Beginning at John G. Elliott's notheast corner, thence with his line to J. S. Mobley line thence with three of J. S. Mobley's lines to a beech, D. S. Johnson's corner, thence "with his line to a white oak on the side of the branch, formerly Thomas Reynolds' line thence with the old Reynolds line to the beginning, containing 140 acres of land more or less. TERMS OF SALE.Said land will Vio snA nn n rrpHir. of six months, and the purchaser will be required to give bond tor the purcnase price payame tn the Commissioner, bearing? six nf.. interpsr. from date of sale not wth lien retained upon the land to secure the payment 01 tne same; saia bond having the same force and effect as a judgment. This Februarv 18.1915. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. Geo. 1. Florence. Attorney ior tne to-w- it: i SRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR U3 C3 CO W. L. McCarty, Plaintiff, Notice of Sale. vs. J. W. Caldwell etc, Defendants. FAST WINTER SERVICE TO 73 70 in ca CA PD FLORIDA Via 7i C3 73 m SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South "ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" High-clas- s, steel equipped train; through Drawing-rooPullman Sleeping Cars to Asheville and Jacksonville. m 73 J these difficulties have been conducted In and successful manner; a business-lik- e that the revenues of the state have been properly guarded, and creditors have not been Inconvenienced or disappointed. I believe the work of this administration, regardless of hostile criticism, will, when impartially and fairly measured, commend Itself to the good opinion of people. It is now my desire to be on the Democratic ticket as its candidate for auditor and to serve in that office for the next four years. The experience I have had as treasurer, and in such close connection with the office of auditor, should enable me to render efficient and valuable ' service in that position. I, therefore ask the Democrats of Kentucky for their support in the August primary; and I ask that they place mo upon a Democratic ticket so strong and worthy that it will deserve and receive the support of the good people of Kentucky in the November election. And may the people of our state in the election this year show their appreciation of the splendid and Incomparable administration of President Wilson, and demonstrate that Kentucky, in the presidential election next year, will be ready to show of reIts purpose to help In electing a president who has 6e&e such extraordinary service ta the people of Respectfully, this country. THOMAS "S. RHEA fair-minded X ci 73 ca ca ca 73 73 73 in ca STEEL COACHES-NE- W DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted 9 Aiken Augusta Other Famous Southern Resorts Charleston Savannah Columbia Summerville Very Low Homeseekers Fares Winter Tourist Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features. For information as to schedules, fares and through sleeping 731 car service communicate with your local agent, or ca I 73 031 B. H. TODD. District Passenger Aeut Starks Building, Louisville, Ky. Plaintiff. 15-- 3. RAT CORN the-wor- k 731 RSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, Plate Glass, etc. "Not Here for a Day, But For AH.Tim Stanford, Kentucky. IT MUMMIFIES' THEM , Harmless to human beings, or live stock. Rid your place of these pests without smell or danger. Order a eun today. Price 50c. and a $1.00 a e'an pr' 63 pail $5.00. Postage paid. James Marshall, a negro who Walker Brandenburg was given a a witness against Lieut.. Beckerwas Rat corn, is guaranteed to do 'all we life senfnfp in fheT.v oimh? Vt,3- alleged to have aitaitted that is say. W. BUSH NELSON, Lexington. 'he for the killing of Ben Johnaon. swore falsely at, the jBal. -Ky. - Quick Action Wanted Not Feeling "Jut Rigfe- tWhen one is coughing and snittintf When you get tired early in- - the --with tickling throat, tightness in day, have bad breath or suffer from chest, soreness in throat and lungs indigestion or constipation you will when head is aching and the whole find Foley Cathartic Tablets quick body racked with a cough that won't and comfortable in action. They are nermit sleeti hi wanfs o. wholesome and health, giving. Mr. L. lief. Thousands say Poley's Honey 4 L. Levy, Green Bay, Wis., says: ana xar v,ompouna is tne surest and "They do not gripe and effects is quickest acting medicine for coughs, quick and sure. The finest pathartic colds, croup and la grippe. Sold by all I ever-- used." old J)y all dealers. dealers. JW o Ab i'UUCr MiatQfes vVrBHSH Jan k Ml T6TlVpRk yX RICHMOND, KY. i 7 1 jg2f9sjnm A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS 'I Si "flllB I Courses leading to Elementarv, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Taitkta Appointees. &bI f Free toschool, new Two splendid dormitories, ew model mannal training building, practice,, school, department of agricHltare. a well equipped gymnasium. Domeetic Science. First Term feegms September 7. Second Terra November M, Third Term January 2S, Fourth Term April 5, Sm joer Scfeool pes Jane 14, Catalogue Fre. j. u. crabbb, FrWet. "& ' I J" Vi? 85 "kZ C - r. - S, : r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, March 5,1915, GET THE BEST. "'.-- I ;: ' BUY A BUGGY? R.M. Arnold, Y DANVILLE, KY. Manufactured and Sold rect to Consumer. Di- bIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbY I ""iX k?x99!PQVvBVVMBBHBBMBBBBBBBBjt I jlC 1 -- E-S. Rubbsr Tire, Full Leather Top, Leather Trimmings, Pinneo and Daniel Wheels, Arnold's Patent, Reinforced Double Reach Gear, from $100, up. The Bast Value on Earth for the Money i Rev; J. G. Livingston has been in MIDDLEBURG grip. A trip to Mintonville, the little bed with & Pollard have moved their James village at Green River mountain knob, in the southern part of this mill on the Wade property and are county last week, revealed to us now sawing., Mrs. Dottie Salmon has been visit-tin- g many changes since last we were her father and mother, Mr. and some 30 years ago. New resithere, Manuel. dences and business houses have tak- Mrrs. TomMiracle Henry has moved to his places of the old ones that en the stood there. Some of the old citizens farm in Laurel county. who lived there at the time we going to hang If you tobacco, prize it in hogsheads speak of, have moved away, others Here's What You ship it during the month of March to one of the following passed over the river. Only two and. have remain, Madison McClure and Tyler Jasper. And they are considerably The People's Market Place Advertise What You Have to Sell bent with age. Mr. Jasper sold goods there 40 years ago and has been postmaster for 35 years. The office there Ninth Street Warehouse Let the I. J. do your job printing. Louisville, Ky. u does not pay much salary and Mr. Louisville Warehouse Jasper is much liked by the people, FOR SALE. Yearling Poll AnKentucky & Peoples Warehouse Tipnnp lift Tins fnnfi alone undisturbed. gus bull. Ready for service. S. J. ii Planters-Centra- l i 16-- 2 Warehouse His son, Col. Jasper is one of the Embry, Jr., Stanford, Ky. (C ii leading .merchants there now ana Warehouse (I seemed to doing a prosperous busiHome Warehouse . . Wedding presents' at Mueller's ness. We spent the night with Mr. J. T. Jasper, who is one of the substan- Jewelry Store, Stanford. will have the special attention of experienced warehousemen tial citiznes of the town, and a you will get mighty good man. He and Mrs. JasTOBACCO MAN WANTED, who per know exactly how to make one can take care of his own crop. Ad18-- 4 feel comfortable in their home. Bud dress Box 196, Stanford, Ky. Roy runs the village grist mill and is LOUISVILLE TOBAGGO WAREHOUSE GO., Louisville, Kentucky doing well. He Avas somewhat out of FOUND. J. H. Raney found in INCORPORATED humor though, on account of the front of the Alcorn home Monday, a road. We tried to console him by tell- child's- white cloak. Call on him and ing him there was a good time coming pay him or us 25c for this notice. and would probably arrive about June the first. On our return we stopBUFF ORPINGTONS Pure bred; ped for a short while with Virgil COMMISSIONER'S SALE We have a splendid stock of Virgil is getting eggs for sale at all times. 75 cents per I Wesley at Joyce. SHOES about 400 pair Ladies' and H. H. Padgett, Plfr. rich last. He is farmer, merchant and setting. C. C. Withers. R. F.18--D. 2, ' Gents, Boys and Girls; DRY GOODS vs. postmaster, besides owning a half in- Stanford, Ky. BARGAINS BARGAINS and NOTIONS, UNDERWEAR, HOSRoberta Padgett, etc, Defts. terest in the Joyce roller mill, which HARDWARE, IERY, TINWARE, Pursuant to a judgment rendered To My Friends: FOR SALE Four Shorthorn bull is doing a big business just now. The Etc. by the Lincoln Circuit at its You farming interest in that section is be- calves, 11 months old and registered. November term 1914, in Court styled Sales see in the papers of Clearance be These above to sell to make room for new COST. goods will will sold UNDER ones. See them. ing better looked after than hereto- They are first-clas- s be sold at Groceries That fore. A large acreage of wheat was HENRY BAUGHMAN,. Hustonville. cause the undersigned Commissioner, goods. But I means a small cut on COST during the 30 days sales. goods. will on lS-t- f mean to sell to PAY COME AND GET A BARGAIN. sowed last year and most of it looks Monday, March 8, 1915. MY DEBTS. well, but the people are handicapped LAFE MORGAN. We will start sales by the worst system of roads that it Leghorn County Court day at 1:30 o'clock P SINGLE COMB Brown Milledgeville, Ky. MARCH 1st and continue 30 days. has ever been our lot to travel. eggs from healthy, farm range, win- M. in front of the courthouse door of this fact however, they ter layers. Fifteen for 60 cents, one in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale, at j appear happy and contented, and we hundred for $3.00 cash. Erie C. Far-r- a, public outcry to the highest and best ; can account for it only on the ground bidder the following described land Lancaster, Ky. Box 272. 18-- 8 near King's Mountain, Lincoln counthat they have plenty to eat, live at home and oroad at the same place. Those having any ty, Kentucky, described in metes and NOTICE. follows: Beginning at a County tools, etc., in their posses- bounds aspoplar, SUGAR GROVE sion are requested to bring same to stone andsurvey an old cornerto the thence a new line of There is a great deal of sickness in tool room in basement McKee Court N 16 W 82 poles to a stone, in old Riffe. House or inform J. L. this community. line, thence the old line of same survey N 87 4 W 52 poles to a Walter James has recently had the PriDR. J. G. CARPENTER Office stone and White Oak pointers, thence third operation performed for appenin Lincoin County National Bank S 1 2 W 80 poles to a stone, cordicitis. The physicians were Drs. Brown, Phillips and Jones. His host BuildingEye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-et- ner to W. H. Dobbin's thence S 89-1diseases, unnaiirectaL E 80 poles to the beginning conof friends are very anxious about surgery.ilHSjltitions.pelvic skillfully Eyes taining 33 acres of land. him. scientifically present Said land is sold for the purpose of Reuben Adams, who has been ill testedglases rsg 16-3ed. dividing proceeds among the heirs -- , for quite a while continues about the herein and is sold on a credit of six same. FOR SALE Excelsior, the noted months, purchasers to execute bond Ephriam James has been on the jack whose colts and weanlings have bearing interest at the rate six per sick list. W. L. Chandler, Jr., is in Led with sold from 65 to 125 and two years cent, per annum from date until paid of age for. $200. 75 per cent, of colts, jwith approved personal security, lien the grip Jim and Joe (handler are going females. Two jennets. Also four Shet- - retained on land sold to secure pay-- ! into the tobaccc business pretty hea-- y land ponies, two pair of mules. JAS- ment of said bond. Witness my hand G. CARPENTER, Crab Orchard, Ky., ithis February 17, 1915. E. D. PEN this year en Mr :;owin'3 faun. 15-- 3 R. F. D. No. 1. NINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. T unker will snu Mr. Robert sturfc for Illinois, whvee i,e will spend the MONEY TO LOAN Applications summer. His friends regret very PUBLIC SALE much to sec him leave. received for loans from $100.00 to on improved and unimRev. John Lms filled his regular $10,000.00, Of Real and Personal Property appointment at Tine drove hist Sat- proved town property and farm lands. Daiurday night and Sunday. He was as- Interest eight per cent, straight. InI Will on sisted by Rev. A. J. Manuel, Ji, of terest payable annually or SATURDAY, MARCH 6th, 1915 Time: one to ten years. ApGarrard county. There was a large at my barn in Hustonville, Ky., becrowd present to hear the good ser- plicants for loans will please give demon that was delivered bv Rev. T.nno- scription, location, and valuation of ginning at 10 o'clock a. m., sell at Rev. Manuel also gave a nice talk, property offered as security for loan. Public Auction, the following de.mnn .lonnson tnimri nn nf7 .1 State improvements and valuation of scribed property: One tract of land Uackley's fine fox hounds caught in same. We want County representa- containing 18 acres, located inside applications for loans, the limits of the town of Hustontwo sceei traps and Mr. Johnson now tives to has the dog at his home and will take appraise property, and serve as our ville, all in grass, good tobacco barn exclusive representative. Attorney or and plenty of water; also 1 good care of him until the owner comes. Josenh MidHletnn ntirl Fnmili- Vio,m real estate man preferred. Applicants brood mare; 1 good driving pony, 8 Next to Postoffice, Stanford, Ky. years old; 1 coming yearling horse I moved back to Lincoln to live. for loans, and applicants for agencies mule; 1 combined gelding; It has been reported that s a po'sitively required to furnish at 1 combined gelding; 1 Jerwolf out. in this nart nf Hip cnnnfi-least two character references and sey cow, will be IresTi in May, suband it is interfering with the boys forward postage, five two cents stamps, for application blanks, full ject to register; I Duroc sow and pigs going to see their girls. particulars, and prompt reply. Write subject to resrister: 5 comine: year j Southern Southeastern ling calves; also,. I'will offer my tract I Office, Mortgage Loan Assn., Fourth Nat'l of land all in the town limits of Hustonville, all in grass and a good to15-- 4 Bank Bldg., Atlanta. Ga. bacco barn, 72x36, water at the wagbarn, about 18 acres; 1 on; 1 hack; 1 runabout; I will still continue to 1 cart; 1 turning plow, good as new 1 cultivator; 1 harrow; 1 mowing t buy your CHICKENS, machine, 1 corn drill; 1 hand tobacco setter; some harness; 1 self feedEGGS and HIDES at er crank cutting box; 1 piano, good as new; 1 big swing stable lamp. chances with the Highest Market Ship to the Hogshead Market Now are not your BBBvW-- Lf BBB& Wfour risk! l2 i i i I iB J l CaIa Dj fQf 03I6 Dm Want BY knowledge as a Vet- - BBBBBBBBBB BF erinary Surgeon and V his years of experience BBBBBBBBBj as a poultry breeder areBBBBBBBB J combined in 1 vflB MM WAREHOUSES: l & k Dr. LeGear's kA. pVB 9Bk Guaranteed to give satisfactory results or BB. money refunded: Lice Killer. Poultry row- Scaly A der. Koup Remedy. Dip andLee Remedy, Disinfectant. Sore Head Remedy. (Other remedies for stock ailments). Remedies for poultry and stock undersigned. w I I" Hi "I BB Hfl V, Bw Farmers B H II Pt Pl BB1 J i MM k It and prompt returns. Dr. LeGear's Remedies Stanford E?ffl I - STOP AND THINK 4. Re-jgardl- SEED OATS! Car Northern White Seed Just Arrived 4 40-ac- re Save Money On Shoes. We are putting Special ces on Shoes and Low Cuts and it will pay you to see what we have before you buy. We have everything for Ladies and Gents and Children. 40-ac- re 1-- 1-- o, -2 m ' J. H. Baughman & Co. Stanford, Ky. semi-annuall- y. We are getting in Spring Dress Goods and Silks ly. Come and See. - Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. t Lyons' Busy Cash Store. Go To Get Them in Three Times Each Week. u Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. Produce Wanted I Farris' For Your . B. Campbell, Stanford. A FEW REASONS WHY WE CONSIDER IT THE STRONG-ES- T AND BEST. : : : : : The hinge joint is the most I -- J WHY your fowls? American Field Fence W. Crab Orchard ---- :::::::: E..PERKINS --- practical fastening for the stay wire. The weight of this fence denotes strength and durability. The price is the luwest, quality considered. There are many others,. let usv explain them to you before buying. Prices, at The Garage oh Cut Off Pike. ESTJLL CARTER. Phone 203. J Is absolute and quick death to tho germs of roup, colds and other Infectious diseases. A few drops in tho drinking water kills the disease germs and prevents sickness. Ono 50c bottlo makes 12 gallons of medicine. At dragelsts, or by mail, postpaid. Valuable) poultry book free. B0C1BON 1EHEDY CO.. UxUtoa Kr. Bourbon Poultry Cure DUDE JARMAN, 12-t- d Hustonville, Ky. TO THE PUBLIC. Garden Tools And Seeds.... made-to-ord- country FIELD SEEDS, I have high-grad- Kentucky lr a full line of INSURE Your Property in the WINTER T FLORIDA-CUBA-NEW T TICKETS ORLEANS Field Seeds which I am offering at .very attractiye prices. If interested, ask for samples and prices. e Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SAUN & SMITH, Agents clothing 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, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples are now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, the. Practical Tailor er I represent the largest and best Great Variety And Prices Right. OUR LINE OF SPRING CLOTHING NOW READY. WE CAN SATISFY YOU IN PRICE, QUALITY AND STYLE. ASK TO SEE OUR ALL WOOL BLUE SERGE $10.00 SUITS FOR HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers and Dealers in High - Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays , Telephone 164 STANFORD : L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky . SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO W. BUSH NELSON, Lexington, -- '- Kentucky. Stanford, Kentucky AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN.LIMIT. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. A J. C. M'Clary J. L. Beazley & Co., : KENTUCKY T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, BPPHEHT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED rBuy Gold Mcdah UNDERTAKER UNDERTAKER JUfDa EBALMEB Office Pfieiw 167, Hwm ftwn 3d STiMiFO'RD.ICEkTUGKYt For Particulars Apply to Any Agorit or Address f Ticket AND, EMBALMER The Sure Growing Kind JXJwcan'tsupply you, Main, , rieia SEEPS HrrjtenB i U, ; . H. C. KING, Pass'r 101 ani Ticket Agent furniture tltr East Main St.,,Leking torij Ky. . .v.x-- ?J r v A .... 'V - 'om ; . .. -- ;.-' . i 'j,. .".;: 4? v. . 'V . Matting Bugs. Flirnl-- , FvnhaB ;U far 'if iflnA, ..' - Buy ih6m from your local eeeddeakx. direct. of Je:.lZK ''$:. r $ ta " '' A. ;FQjft), . j?c f i V. .miMl s LOU!SViU,E SCED CO. Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. 3. .! . V. ' , 1 i . TL SV .' '." I r- ' r i. .) t S. ft?-, , ' fe. Si,--- "" - H; s The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, March 51915. Girn-Mad- Ml ! H Be Sure To Consult Or Write The Officers of ,.r r- ? V' "GETS-I- -j The Ust It's Snrt .YOU'RE BILIOUS AND COSTIVE ! CASCARETS Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Sour Stomach, Means Liver and Bow- - ' els Cloged Clean up Tonight -- v Hakes Corns Vanish Like Magic! A hard cap of skin makes up every corn. "When you put 2 drops of "&ETS-IT"o- n it.lt shrivels up and comes right off and there's your corn goneby thunder Simple as taking offyonr batl That's 1 Home Insurance Co., NEW YORK. First National Bank, STANFORD, KY., I . 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. ' Saving, Like Spending, Is A Habit, A Habit That Always Brings Wealth. Personal and Social 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 urgea to be present as some important business is to be attended too. March 10 The Woman's Club will meet at the club rooms in the court house at half past two o'clock. Mrs. Will Severance has been ill U tion at Tampa, Fla. Miss Pearl Embry has been ill for for several days with laryngitis. several days with a severe atta'ck of tonsilitis. Miss May Phelps, of Richmond, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. C. ADVICE Hocker. Miss Jennie Totten, of Richmond, is here for a visit to her niece, Mrs. Walter Jones. TO Stephenson Dozier left Thursday for Wanda to accept a posiion as tel- j egraph operator. Miss Isabelle Lutz, of Louisville, Thousands HaveBeenHelped ihas returnd home after a visit to By Common Sense Mrs. Walter Jones. Mrs. Woodie Hale is the guest of Suggestions. her sister, Mrs. T. F. Spink at Coles- burg. Women suffering from any form of W. H. Wearen was in Madison female ills are invited to communicate county for a short visit early in the promptly with the week. C. is confined to his woman's private home H. Carter avenue on account on Logan correspondence department of the Ly- of illness. Mrs. John C. Osborne who has been Meddia j with the family of her mother, Mrs. icine Co., Lynn, Charlotte Warren, returned to her Mass. Your letter home at Knoxville Friday. will be opened, read Miss Anna Chancellor has returned and answered by a from a protracted visit to her sister LYCiA C HHKHAl.1 woman and held in at Millersburg and friends at Lexstrict confidence. A woman can freely ington. C. R. Coleman, the coal mining talk of her private illness to a woman ; established a confidential magnate of Cary, Bell county, thus has been correspondence which has extended over spent several days with his family many years and which has never been here this week. of Louisville, is the Peyton Hoge, broken. Never have they published a guest of S. A. Walker at Hustonville. testimonial or used a letter without the Mr. Hoge is a representative of the written consent of the writer, and never , Prudential Life Insurance Company. has the Company allowed these confi Mrs. Jesse Traylor and daughter, Tr.ivlor, of Paris, left Fri- dential letters to get out of their pos Miss Snr-aas the hundreds of thousands t day for a stay in Arizona, for the ben-o- f session, efit of Miss Traylor's health. them in their files will attest Mrs. Alice Barclay Walker, widow Out of the vast volume of experience l of T. B. Walker, of Lancaster, is which they have to draw from, it is more dead at Nicholasville, where she has than possible that they possess the very lived since the death of her husband. knowledge needed in your case. NothMiss Eugenia Hubble, who is ating is asked in return except your good tending Eastern Normal at Richmond will, and their advice has helped thou- spent several days with her parents, sands Siirolv Jinir twin-inrich nrnnnr Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hubble in the Mc- ev.ni1i v .io o njonf f v.; Kinney section. Miss Josephine Hayden, arrived 'mmmnii ofiW nf nccicbnnp Adduce Wednesday from Paducah for a brief Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., (con.visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. fidential) Lynn, Mass. J. W. Hayden, previous to going to Every woman ought to have Louisville to accept a postion. Paris Cor. Lexington Herald. Iydia E. Pinkham's 80-paMrs. P. has been Text Book. It is not a book for iting for L. Bruce, who relatives vissome time, at general distribution, as it is too is free and only.iShe ,vill g; acjomoanied bv her sis.' expensive. It obtainable by mail. "Write for j ter? Miss Mary Lou AVade of Spring Ted Aldridge is enjoying a stay in sunnj. clime of Florida. John N. Menefee, Jr., was in Frankfort on business early this week. Beazley, of Danville, Grimes brought a couple of drummers over Thursday in his car. "Uncle Berry" Howard, of Crab Orchard and Pineville, was down this week on business. Misses Dora Straub and Savannah Beck are enjoying a delightful vaca- FREE SICK WOMEN j fi I j I J j i . n ge Clarence Fugazzi, the hustling and popular drummer for the Strietmann Biscuit Company, was here this week, Lawrence & Co., Chicago. calling on his customers and receiv-ini- g Sold in Stanford and recommended the "glad hand" from his many as the world's best corn cure by friends. Shugar's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. C. H. Moser, telegraph operator at 3 B. HAMMONDS. Miss Minnie Straub was in the city Hemp, on the L. & N. railroad, was in this place Sunday afternoon. It is this week buying spring millinery. a magnet J. D. Wearen was in Mt. Vernon said there is this way. of wonderful BEST, phone me. Day phone 16S; When you 45. Parksville power down this week selling insurance. Cor. Danville Messenger. Mrs. R. M. Newland has been on Ky. R. M. NEWLAND, Agent, the sick list for severf days. Supt. Garland Singleton and Prof. George D. Florence spent several W. C. Wilson attended the Superindays in Louisville this week. Convocation at Richmond, M. S. Baughman, Strother Carter, tendents' BROUGHTONTOWN Prof. Allen Davis, of Science Hill, L tery the remains were laid to rest to and spent three days both pleasantly J. F. Cummins and J. W. Acey made and profitably in school work. The await the great day. He is survived was in our town last week. Mr. Charley Blankenship returned an auto trip to Lexington Thursday. attendance was very large- - and the Mrs. K. E. Sutherland returned to by his wife and several children. home from Indianapc.is, Ind., SunWill Severance spwnt several days Richmond people entertained the visher home in Muhlenburp; county, ac- Much sympathy is'felt for the bereavday. in Cincinnati this week buying itors royally. Mr. Tusco Denny will return to his companied by her husband last week. ed family and relatrces. goods. home at Danville, 111., in a few days. Misses Lydia and Mary McKee enMrs. J. C. Bailey, of Crab Orchard, Rev. Owens, of Greenwood, has Assistant State Fire Marshals Tom Mrs. Mollie Pruitt was the welcome been called as pastor of the Pleasant tertained a number of their friend is the guest of Judge James P. BailHelm and Mose Parks have been here guest of Mrs. Julia Smith Sunday. ey and Mrs. Anna Bailey. , Point Baptist church for the coming on Saturday evening. several days conducting an inquiry Mrs. Catherine Hensley has been year. Deputy Internal Revenue Collector into the origin of several fires which Messrs. McKee have sold their staying with Mrs. Sarah Smith for the Rowan Saufley spent several days in Garlie I?urton died at his home late farm and wili leave soon for Atlanta, have been held in this section lately. past two weeks. Breathitt county this week on gov- Their hearings were behind closed Thursday afternoon of Ga., Born to the wife of J. F. Smith, a He had been very low consumption home. where they will make their ernment business. We regret very much to give for a number they did not make their fine doors and d son. Miss Elizabeth L:ggins, who has findings public. of months and his death was not un- them up but wish them success The little son of Gene Brown has expected. After services at the ceme- been at home for several days from wherever thev are. been very sick, but is better at this the College of Music at Cincinnati, James D. Black, of Barboursville, writing. on account of a severe attack of ton- a candidate for the Democratic nomMr. Virgil Turner and Mrs. Delia silitis, was able to return Friday. ination for Lieutenant 'Governor, Chappell were united in the holy spent several hours in Stanford FOR SALE A mare Thursday shaking hands with demo- bonds of matrimonyoflast week.Blank. Charley Born to the wife mule, about 1G 2 hands high, a crats and soliciting their support. splendid work mule. For .further in- Mr. Black has always been very enship, a fine son. The youngster has formation call on Mrs. Anr.a Bailey popular in this section of the state, been named Louis Smith. Mrs. Martha Denny, of Danville. 19-- 3 or J. P. Bailey. as he hails from a neighbor of Lin- 111., has been the guest of her son, coln, where it is almost worth a Walter Denny. Engagement Announced man's life to vote the democratic Mrs. James Brown and Mrs. Gene Mr. and Mrs. John Lutes announce ticket and sand up for its principles Brown were the guests of J. F. Smith the engagement of their youngest as he has done for so many years. Sunday night. daughter, Elizabeth, to Mr. James For a time he had the race for the Rev. Brock filled his regular ap- Makes Short Work of Cleaning Out Your Eniirs Benjamin Fisher, the only son of Mr. lieutenant governorship to himself pointment at this plsxce Sunday. and Mrs. W. C. Fisher, of Lexington. but opposition in the persons of Mrs. Rebecca Denny and Mrs. Sysiem Aches and Pains Go Fasi Mr. Fisher is one of Fayette county's Newton W. Utley and Loving W. 'Ethel White were the guests of Mrs. most popular young farmers. The Gaines, of Todd county, has recently Sainh Smith Sunday. wedding is to take j,ace in the early appeared against him. While here, The Catholic church will soon be Mr. Black was the guest of spring, f completed at this place. W. L. McCarty and was. inlvlr. John Bremisch gave a dance at troduced about town by that gentle- his home last week. Everybody reVanhook Smith ports a good time. Miss Mattie Vanhook, the pretty man. The little son of Walter Denny is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. VanOne person now in Stanford will very sick at this writing. hook, of the Eastern section of the not have a birthday this year, alMrs. Catherine Hensley is going coanty and Archie Smith werw mar- though her friends are congratulating to Crab Orchard in a few days to D'. M. Walker's by that ried at Dr. upon passing her 71st milestone gentleman on the 2nd. The groom is hergood health and happiness. She is make her home for a while. in In S. S. S. You Get a Twist on Rheumalism that Settles It. 19 and the bride 18. Mrs. Nannie Wearen, mother of W. KING'S MOUNTAIN j Many a rheumatic. ?uffcrer has been to them neutral and scatters those peculiar H. city, and who is Rev. Evans of Nicholasville is here the drug store for a 'ttle of s. S. S. and formations in the nerve centers that FRUITS and Vegetables, fresh nowWearen, of thisMrs. Wearen and the guest been handed something claimed to be cause such mystifying and often baffling, and the best to be had, at W. R. Wil- family at their of his many home on East Main shaking hands with by all, as friends. j j.ruiy, & Sons retaurant. lis he It street. Mrs. Wearen was born on the He is well known lived here. and- "Jft as .sod " stone is lu iisii lur ureau rheumatic pains. this remarkable remedy a e still in practice. And best of all Rehis family formerly you are troubled wan rneuirausm in is welcome to the weakest stomach. 1C 29th day of February, and for this n siues ueing a minisLtr in. me guj.pei, any form be sure to use S. S. S. and note you have drugged yourself until yaur reason only has a birthday celebraa business man in every respect he stomach is nearly paralysed, you will bo tion every Leap Year, and not al- andisbeloved by all who know hini. He its wonderful iniluence. S. S. S. has the peculiar action of soak- astonished to find that S. S. S. gives ways then for in 1900, the turning through we Is point of the century, February did i? here looking for a location and He ing blood. In the intestinesitsdirectly Into sensation but goes right to work. TWs te five minutes iniluence is because it is a pure vegetable infusion, the welcome him in our midst again. not have 29 days, so that she missed a every artery, vein and tiny taken naturally into your blood jst as (pajEiodiooni) birthday at that period for eight will erect a planing mill here in the at work inEvery membrane, every organ pure air Is inhaled naturally Into ycuir capillary. years. At one time a number of years near future He preached some interbody, every emunctory becomes in We serve a Splendid ago, in her househoTcr there . were esting sermons last week. able to re- nf tt" a filter to strain the blood of Im- lungs. a bottle of S. S. S. today, and ask: effect Get Mrs. Fred Reynolds is purities. The stimulating properties of S. three persons whose natal day came Noon - Day Lunch for sume her school work again, after S. S. comiKil the skin, liver, bowels, tid-- ! for S. S. S. on the 29th of February, Mrs. Wearono end Tou may depend upon it that the store neys, bladder to all work to attack en, a is good, every Shoppers. When you tlemansister of her father, and a gen- an Charles of la grippe. school for ' of casting out every irritating, the pain-- that sells you what you asktoforthe a Swift Brown taught who was visiting there at the inflicting atom of poison; it dislodges by place to trade. Write illMrs. Fred Reynolds during her time, rather an unusual coincidence. are in Danville call. irrigation all accumulations in the joints, Specific Co., 204 Swift Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga., I , with bandages, sticky tape, thick plasters, corn "pulling" salves, gougo corns out with knives, snip them with make them bleed and then howl because they can't get rid of soro corns. Use "GETS-I" There's nothing to do bat apply 2 drops. The work is done, "GETS-IT- " does the rest. No pain, no fussing, no changing shoes, no limping. It never fails. Try it tonight for any corn, callus, wart or bunion. Be sure that you get "GETS-IT- " and nothing else. "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. T That's the first step to untold misery indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that is horrible and nauseating. A iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiV siiiiiiiiiiiiiiV Cascaret tonight will give your coniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiW aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB stipated bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep; a iiiiiiiW iViiiiiiiv will b.ox from your druggist keep you feeling good for months. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then to keep their X. liwmei 7i"AjHiSSSSSSSSSB stomach, liver and bowels regulated, and never know a miserable moment. Doa't Watte Time "Hollering." "GETSJT." Don't forget the children their lit, Never Fails. World' Simplest tle insides need a good, gentle cleanswhy have gone wild over ing, too. 19-- 1 "GETS-IT- " nothing like it ever known, Some folks, to this day, patter aronnd 10-ce- nt Cora-Corecorn-millio- box now, Furred Tongue, Bad Colds, Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, which cpuse your stomach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments, like garbage in a swill barrel. Get a 10-ce- nt CAPITAL, $6,000,000.00. The Biggest Fire Insurance Co. In The World. When you hold a FIRE INSURANCE POLICY IN THE HOME you have the best friend you can secure when the fire comes. Read this letter and see how we pay our losses. Stanford, Ky., March '4th, 1915. Mr. Will May, State Agent, Louisville, My Dear Sir: Heard About Town Col. George P. Bright, who has been gauging at a distillery, near Middlesboro, is home for several days. He has been suffering from an attack of grip. Please accept my thanks for draft of $1,593.81, handed me this morning by your Local Agent, R. M. Newland, in settlement of the loss I whenmy barn was destroyed by fire. Your adjustment of this loss was prompt and your sattlement of same entirely satisfactory. I cheerfully recommend the HOME INSURANCE CO. as Respectfully Y'ours, the Farmers' Friend. slis-tain- ed want the night Stanford, -- nine-poun- sx-year-o- ld 1-- Gets Right Twist On Rheutnii ex-Sher- iff Shop Perfect. t Cor. Third and Main, DANVILLE, . KY. m.u muoji inn, ienn. Spring Time. Spring time brings Spring rains and Spring rains call for Clcthes. We want to call your attention to the fact that we are headquarters for all goods of this kind. None but the best carried. English Slip Ons $3.50, $4, $5, $8.50, $10 and $12.50; Raglan sleeves reversible and styles, in all shades, both in Men's and Boys' sizes. Rain Hats, 25 and 50c. Fish Slickers, the old reliable, both Tan and Black, at $3. Rubber Boots, BALL BRAND, $3.75. BEACON FALL, that RED SOLE, the one that you have heard so much about This boot is so good we absolutely guarantee that there is none better. Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction. Price $4.50. ALL WINTER GOODS REDUCED. non-reversia- ble -- , ness. causes acid, accretions to disolve, renders for their Book on Rheumatism. The Methodist people are improvWhen Judge James D. Black, can- ing their church by staking an addididate for Lieutenant Governor, was to it. They will also furnish it here from Barboursville Wednesday tion new seats. with he called on Mr. J. ii. Paxton to reHarrison Wall and Monte Dishon j new an old acquaintance. Sam attended court at Stanford Tuesday. Guest was in the latter's office and Dena Reynolds is spending a few Mr. Paxton introduced him as one days with relatives in Pulaski of ft of the few colored democrats of the Mrs. Eli Saylor is with her parents county. "I'm glad to meet you, days. a Judge Black, and am for you; in here forW. few Young nd little son' O. Mrs. fact I am going to work for you." visited the family of James Walls Sam going on to tell him of his ," Saturday and Sunaay. etc. Just as Judge Black told 'Prof. E. O. Wright is able to be them good-bySam called him to a out'tan crutches after being confined coxner of the room and put the fol- to his room several days with a WALL PAPER lowing impertinent, but to Guest a sprained ankle. PARLOR SETS very important question: "Judge, did DAVENPORTS you bring anything with you?" The Mistaken Diagnosis Doctors Gaess visitor was nonplussed." "I don't unJ COUCHES t. Wrong Again derstand you," said he. "What do ROCKERS you mean?" "Oh,-- ' said Sam, "I About five years ago, I wrote to MORRIS CHAIRS meant did you bring any whisky you that I had been a terrible sufferSLEEPY HOLLOW CHAIRS with you?" "I did not," answered er from kidney and bladder troubles, Judge Black, and to this Sam said and that my physician informed me LIBRARY TABLES further: "I'm still for you, Judge, that my left kidney was in such conWRITING DESKS but the next time you come bring dition that there was o hope for my BOOK CASES something, for a little of it makes recovery. I was advised to try your BRASS BEDS me do better work for the candidate Swamn-Ro- tt as a last resort, and af I am interested in." The Judge ter taking four fifty-ceDRESSERS size bot1 promised, and Sam is waiting rather ties, I passed a gravel stone which DRESSING TABLES . y impatiently to see whether the prom- weighed ten grains. I afterwards forsoil SHIRT WAISTS BOXES ise will be fulfilled. warded you this stone. Have had no CEDAR CHESTS . return of any trouble since that BUFFETS New Spring Clothing. DINING TABLES time and cannot say too much in favPEDESTALS We have just received" new or of youn wonderful preparation, CHINA CABINETS HALL TREES which cures, after phyfor spring. All prices and big Swamp-Roo- t, SIDE BOARDS KITCHEN CABINETS assortment. Robinson s. It sician fail. TRUNKS CHIFFONIERS Very truly yours, H. Horine, F. No More Skating on Pavements Roseboro, N. C. The City Council has ordained that the pavements must be used no more Route 3, Box30. Personally appeared before me, to skate on, many sick people being disturbed by the nohnj created by the this 31st day of Juy 1909, F. H. roller skating. Chief of Police B. D. Home, who subscribed the above rm rtJKrltli -h "fiu-ence- e, wvsmy y'SiTmzb .7 nt . Z2" W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford, Kentucky the Carter is authorized to enforce this statement and made oath that fact. same is true in substance and in ordinance to the letter. By order of JAMES M. HALL, the Board of Councumen, A. B Notary Public. t 18-- 2 FLORENCE, Mayor. 4 jit w ij m Phillips & Phillips .ij x by local applications, as tliey cannot reach the Binghamton, N. Y. llcn.cn imFtlnn nt thn flrl Thorp Li (ml? OftS way to cure deafness, ana that Is by constltatkm- Will Do al remedies, nearness is causeu Dy u Preve Wkat Swarap-Roo- t 1 condition of the mucotw lining of tno Eustachian For You tntw la Inflamed tou hate a Titho whon this rumbling sonnd or Imperfect hearing, and wbea Send ten. cents to Dr. Kilmer & la It Is. entirely closed ueamess be ihb itmannm Co., Binghamton, N.'Y. for a sample nntpsa thn inflammation can tafeen oat ana will convince anyone. this tube restored .to Its normal condition,' bear- size bottle. ing will be destroyed forerer; nine, cases oat ot, You "will alio receive Aa booklet of ten are caused by Catawh, which Is, nothing oat telling about an lnflamedicondltloa of the hibcobs surfaces ease valuable 'information, .We wUl'glye On Hundred Ddllars for any the Jddneys and bladder. When writof Deafness (caused by catarrh), that cannot'W ing, be aura and mention the Stan cured br HallV Catarrh Curei 8Da for e,tca' ford ' Interior. Journal. Regular fifty F. J. CHENBX-- & Ca.j.Teledo; O. 'cent and one-dollsize bottles 8ed by DrBggtaW 7$c; 27-- 4 . aala all f ' Take Pitts for eMtl4fe Deafness Cannot Be Cured . Dr. Kilmer Letter t Co., WOOL. . & wk It We are paying the Highest Market Price for Wool. We are representing Springfield Woolen Mills, formerly representey by J. See D-Eads&- ' ar' Hall's-J'Mrily- r .V-.A-t H it drf ) storf tor . I PENCE HILL, Stanford. f. t" . M , '.& .. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, March 5, 915. 1 tScFatetaedi 40 derful P. 1. 1 Years Ii.-zrni- a Ussd B. D. B., 1). iit-soriptio- All KcMng Goise ! This Is tlio actual exnerioncp of Anno II Crt.si:uJi. Sama Uosa. Ca!.. with thf wonCure the proven the 'mild washof that gives instant relief skin trouble in .ill forms Cleanses the skin of all Impurities washes siwav blotches anil pi.iplpj. leuvlns the skin as smooth and healthy as that of a xhilri. of this wonderful Got a 50c bottle Ecsema Cure today and keep it in the ' We know t hat D. D. V. will do ell that Is claimed for it. New Stanford Drug Co. T IX Is When the Searchlights Are Turned Upon This Store's Enormous Stock A.F. A.F. Farm and Stock News PLEASE returnT..my fence stretch-O- , . , n o.u-erfi. a, ti jruilL-i:i. r,Walteroi. uuiiuuiu. 10 i. oought p nice Wallace mc.ic from Ivlorrnn Ba-let0. this wee. ' Hat co?t him "Charles Brown, of near King's Mountain, bought a mare of Clarence Hatfield of the same place, for S100. James I. Hamilton, bought of J. Y. farm and J. F. Robinson the 350-acout Kemper lane on the Lexington pike in Garrard at S?8o. It is Known i j as the Win. Clark place. salp of the effects of Bruce At the Feeback in Bourbon, 27 head of milk cows sold at $48 to $81, horses at from 5100 to $1S0, heifers 33.50,! brood sows $15 to $21, hogs aver- - j it at six and a j airing SI 90 pounds a pound, corn sold at $4, , l half centc and sheep at $8.50. ots at S19 in the Louisville quaran-- i gi Changes i tine regulations permitting the j slaughtering of cattle under certain conditions were made Thursday by the State and Federal officials in j charge of the campaign against the foot and mouth disease. An address j to owners of ' livestock was also is- - fsii in the j' sued, asking for war on the plague. B. G. Fox and M. J. Farris, Jr.. of B Danville, Monday, sold a mixed car--! !S load of stock, consisting of 25 head j of horses and mules, to Col. W. M. Graham. Sumter, S. C. Stockmen returning from the southern states bring news that the entire South has been covered by buyers of war mules for the foreign governments, and there are today fewer horses and mu-- ; les in the South than have been there for years. From the way they are being exported from this country it seems that a srood horse will soon be bringing the price of an automobile, , says the Danville Messenger. George D. Boone, the hustling stock trader of the Ottenheim see- tion. has been buying up a bunch of j hogs in that communtiy this week. He git them all at a uniform price i of six cents a pound. rrom the Bliss boys he bought 15 that weighed from 150 to 150 pounds'; from Jt.n:rs Meredith he took up 20 that averaged 100 pounds; from John he got four that averaged 150 pounds; from Jack Manuel he bought four that ran about 110 pounds each; from M. Pike he purchased eight that averaged 150 pounds. James Meredith delivered to the same buyer half a dozen head of mixed yearlings and calves at an average of about $26 a head. A. Moes sold Mr. 3oone a fat cow at a nickel a pound. I rw-on-year--- WHEELER FURNITURE COMPANY EAST MAIN STREET, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY iand its combined purchasing power of five of the leading stores v. 1 of the whole country, controlled and operated by one man, the wheels of distant stores begin to rolL CJ In scouring the whole country in search of business by the use of the great magnifying glass, the prices made are seemingly very cheap, but when placed in a kettle of boiling competition the masses have turned their eyes upon the A. F. WHEELER STRING OF STORES for a better grade of furniture at a much better price. 1 Read our ads regularly, an dkeep yourself posted on the kind of goods we sell, and save the difference in price. 'A WHEELER FURNITURE COMPANY EAST MAIN STREET, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY re ; m Vs:-?&- V few ! 1 m wifittMB --- I ill jisffx ii I A split bark Clothes Hamper, the The new Iceberg Refrigerator New Iceberg Ice Boxes. is This box as very thing for your laundry, as flexi a nice size for your milk, cream and 50- - illustrated here cannot be excelled; made up in all the sizes from a ice capacity to 200-pound; 10-pound ble as whale bone; will not break or mash up; in beautifully assorted col butter, vegetables, fresh meat, a zinc lb. capacity; guaranteed to give sat- This heavy Cast Iron Range; made of the best material available; with - lined; white enamel and the porcelain lined just as you choose; This cabinet is made of quartered oak; golden oak finish, con- - J ors; our present price isfaction. Our price only ' good large fire-bo- x and high closet structed on the very latest sanitary methods. We have a car load than ever priced from cheap-e- r bent class $1.75 $7.50 and nicely nickel trimmed; sits upon a base, preventing all danger of fire; guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction and given up to be the longest lifed range placed on the market. Regularly sold at $50. Our price now sides, having four good, deep adjus- Ilil-debra- nd table shelves; highly polished, plenty large enough, to take care of a t dred-piec- e hun- - dinner set. Regularly sold " at $20. Our price now $7.50 to $35 ?- fanajSBSSSl PERCKERON STALLION awwir r To Be Sold Here Monday I will sell a Percher- on stallion County Court day in Stanford. One in need of something Jtej& Hike this will do wt-1- to look him uo Xourt Day. I. C. Brown, Danville. 14.75 jpErfiijSffl V"Vfv . -Ai-Ut- $38.50 t- - - .4 ., five-yci.r-o- ld Ji,:J 'fiJjM -- ifl Extraordinary values in Brass beds. i(ii Fine Stallion at Pubic Sale -i , W v; ..:ti unei iiu buie at c o ,i , t iii cr ClOCK P. M., Monday, at Nunnelley's stock jirus in otamoru,K.cd walker, a registered chestnut stallion, with two white feet. He is broke and ready for service. LUSK & STRADER, Huston-vill- e, -i- These beds J i are triple coated with This Buffet is made of quartered .sawed oak; highly polished top, 48-inc- h genuine French lacquer that will pre vent them from ever tarnishing or dis Ky. 18-- 2 years, an aged Louisville couple took out license yesterday to wed again. Indicted For Murder The special grand jury mpaneled at Irvine by Special Judge J. W. Cammack returned an indictment against T. Q. Wallace, Frank Chanev, J. M. Pynes, Ambrose and Bill Lynch and L. S. Gardener for wilful murder in connection with the killing of Housu.i Underwood on the night of February 12. After being divorced for thirty-tw- o This beautiful two-sc- h continuous ..post, satin finish brass bed is one of This 6-- with a nice large mirror; felt coloring. The one illustrated has a -- This is one of the most convenient f t. 42-inc- h .Top Pedestal Ta- the greatest bargains we have ever been able to put on the market. Reg- ble, golden oak finish, highly polished; " all workmanship lined drawer. Regularly sold at $45. 'Our price now two-inc- h continuous post and seven fillers. little carts that has been put on the market; easy to fold and unfold and guaranteed; sold ularly sold at $22.50;. our present price one-inc- h Our price a very light running cart. Regularly sold at $9. regularly at $16.50; our price now Our price now 3 1 2.00 9x1 2 Axminster Rugs, present price: $16.50 $16.75 $ 8.50' $3250 $22.50 $5.75 ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD JUST AS ADVERTISED AND DELIVERED FREE OF 9x 2 Brussels Rugs, present price 1 1 1 V 1 .3x1 2 Seamless Rugs, present price $12.50 $18.75 $19.50 : 1.3x12 Axminster Rugs, present price 9xi 2 Willonett Rugs, present price Rheumatism Just put a few drops of Sloan's on the painful spot and the pain stops. It is really wonderful how quickly Sloan's acts. No need to rub it in laid on lightly it penetrates to the bone and brings relief at once. Kills rheumatic pain instantly. Aff. .7th RarninM.f Af : j- . -- A great showing of Matting at, per yard, 22c to 35c 9x1 2 Matting Rugs, only... : ,$2.25 Floor Oil Cloth, per yard ...20c r M CHARGE We can show you anything in the way of a Davenport Bed you may wish. They serve to make a good couch in the day time and a bed at night. We have them in the Golden Oak", Early English and Mahogany hnish, with brown and black Chase leaf her upholstering. Uur prices on WITHIN A RADIUS OF 50 MILES OF OUR STORE these patterns range from S - A good Surface Linoleum, per yard 40c $22.50 to $35.00 X ".- -- ? . vA. ..xT' ? iuuuy sixains " ;p3 uruugnt on rneu- vw Bwaww we fcc. x naa it so . 4t.J. .. y. .- r (""uu iuy lees 10 cet A: F. WHEELER FURNITURE COMPANY EAST MAIN STREET i " . .""-- i""""" "i js n men tea x DANVILLE, KENTUCKY V er used." nave SLOANS UNIMENT Kills Pain AtaM v H Send fowcU Jel,2Sc. 1JUAL BOTTLE ia stusps fer a Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Inc. . FkaMMk.P. Farm of 100 Acres For Sale Wall Paper and House Paint. This and Five Cents fe Just what you waut for spring and Well fenced and improvements DON'T jMISS THIS. Cut this slip, prices. See our stock fairly good; five miles from Stan- at the lowest buy. you cents and .clearford, four from Lancaster" and with- beforeOrchard, Ky. L. L. Sanders, enclose five receive in address a Crab return trial ly. Tou1 will in a mile of railroad station, and a" package containing Foley's Honey school. Never-failin- g water; can be PbSTED and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds ., divided and will sell part or ..whole. creup, Foley Kidney Pills, and Mrs. Frank Cordier, Will Cordier. Write or apply to G. T. Ashloclc. Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sold by all Stanford, R. F: D., Rowland. 13-4- F H. C. Baughman, Gottlieb Benke, J. uetuers. t S. Hoekef, ,S. T. Harris, Jacob. Ganr W. H.Taft, in a speech before the . BEE LICK Canadian Club, in Toronto, declared der, Mrs. Mattie Hewes John B. that he is standing loyally behind the Anderson, J. Frank Smith, f.EQbert 'Ifrs.tW'lC.-- . Scott has been confined policy of President,, Wilsonl ,.'., Hoqhn, vM..T). Elmore: - i j . i'Mimcatnm. for. ww, last three weeks. t. ' f ". .'M ad . - , VL Mr. W. E. Taylor has had a bad arm, but it is better at this writing. Mr. A. L. Scott is able to be out again. M.. M. Taylor and Fred Taylor visited Mr. Hugh Taylor and family at LBuck" Creek last Saturday night. Mr. Elbert Elder visited Mrs. Julia Hasty, near Quail Sunday. Mrs. H. H. Isaacs., visited her mother last week, near Elrod, Ky. Mrsr W. E; Taylor says she is still going to continue, in poultry business, or she had a en to"- lay '35' and-famil:--i . Miss Lizzie Owens attended sn'. eggs and is still laying . Mr. J. H. Cordial says he is doing a day School at Flatwood Sunday evenj good business in the merchandise bus- ing, iness. Mr. Henry Scott, of Somerset will soon move to his farm that he purchased from his father, Mr. W. M. Scott. her sister at Broughtontowh. -- Mr. Mack Stringer aays that he will soon leave for Iowa. We hope that Mr. Stringer will be pleasantly located in his new. home. Mrs. J. W. Scott has been visiting i- What is the beat laxative? Yean'ofF experieseeingeUiBg rll lrfmifa loads ug ' to always recowmnoad ' - as the safest, surest aed neat satMaa. tor.. Sold wslybyns, 10 seats. "4 Penny's- - Dra Storm. . "&f J'- Xp" .iC-.'v- ft: rr"-"FVif- ' ii. 'Si??--- r il--'-' ' ' .; t&K'-- J $l& "x. J.- - -- ;- $& fe Pf "v jri i Tf : ', M : i-