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The Interior J OURNAb No. 20. & "C is up Watch the Thit Paper Stop When Yost Tis Bate On Label and Renew Your Subscript Promptly. Established 1860. 56th Year. MORE POLITICS THAN ANY- THING ELSE COURT DAY Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 9. 1915. Tuesdays and Fridays J. -- V 1r rV ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR CIRCUIT CLERK Wedding. HELD TO FEDERAL GRAND Mercer Muvdares3 Held Over Plans for Carpenter-Colli- s an examining trial Friday at After JURY UNDER $1,500 BOND The wedding of Miss Laura CarBud Peavier, Harrodsburg, Mrs. penter, of near Moreland, this councharged with killing her husband in Heavy ty, will be an attractive social event Bail Placed On Arthur Smith their home last week was held to the Stock Yards Closed; Mule Market of Wednesday evening, March 17th, May term of the Circuit Court under Because of Threats He Is Said at the Christian church in Danville. Dull, But Candidates Are a bond of 2,500. She immmediately Prior to the wedding, a rehearsal will To Have Made. gave bail and was released. The only Busy In Big Crowd. be held Tuesday evening, and after eyewitness to the killing was their H. the rehearsal, Mr. and Mrs. James The bunch of necro bootlecr2er3 son and his evidence before the CoroBaughman, at Hilltop, south of Danwho were rounded up in Macksville Notwithstanding the fact that ner's jury was the basis of the verdict last week by Deptuy ville, will entertain the bridal party Revenue CoNunnelley's stock yards here are of murder. The son testified that a llector at dinner. The ceremony will be Rowan Saufley, and Deputy closed for a short space of time on quarrel between his mother and faperformed jointly by the groom's fa. big U. s. Marshal had their account of the quarantine, ther resulted in her slapping his face hearing before Winfrey,Commissioner ther, Rev. Mark Collis, pastor of the U. S. crowd came to town Monday, March and that each made for a loaded shot- W. S. LexBroadway Christian church, of Lawwill at Danville late last county court day. Stock, naturally, gun. She secured the gun and fired ington, and Rev. H. C. Garrison, pasweek and early this week. All of them was very scarce, but a few droves the charge into her husband's breast, tor of the Danville Christian church. changed hands Saturday on the roads killing him instantly. Leaving the boy so far heard have been held over to Mrs. Robert L. Salter, elder sister of the leading to Stanford, several local alone with his dead father, Mrs. Pea- await jury action of the Federal the bride, will be matron of honor, at Covington, where they feeders going out after herds that vier hastened to tjie nearest tele- grandbe Miss Elizabeth Carpenter, another siswill tried. The examination of they got word of coming to town for phone in that vicinity and notified but one ter, will be maid of honor with Miss quick sale, without going to the the Sheriff's office. Deputy Brown that the prisoner is held each day so Elizabeth Salter as assistant. Miss cases are being dragged out stockyards. went at once to the Peavier home, ar- to an Josephine Carpenter, daughter, of unusual length. Mule owners brought in a large rested Mrs. Peavier and brought her Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Carpenter, of Of the prisoners so far examined number of the hybrids and several to town, where she was allowed a Dayton, Ohio, will be flower girl. was looking for them, buyers were here guard until her trial. The trial was Arthur Smith, bail held in the highJohn Collis, of Lexington, will be his est bond, his being fixed by the but very, very few sales were made. held in the Circuit Court room before Commissioner ., brother's best man. Among the at $1,500. It is unFrank Tolliver, of Lebanon,-TennCounty Judge D. Lee Curry. Bud derstood ushers will be H. C. Carpenter, of that said that the prices asked were altoPeavier owned a small farm three fixed his bond the Commissioner Stanford, a cousin of the bride. The too high for him, and others gether miles out of Harrodsburg on the cause of the at such a figure beflower decorations will be chiefly threats which Smith is reported the same thing. Horses Cornishville pike, was an industrious alleged sweet peas and the handsome new to have mace .o kill the man very slow in moving. Lusk were also man and was popular with his church at Danville will be elaborately who "turned him up." Tom Helm and Strader, of Hustonville, took decorated for the happy affair. Afwas held under $1,000 bond and nice young stallion at $97.50 down a ter the wedding, Mrs. Salter will enSeveral West Enders Lose Cows. $750. and I. C. Brown's big black Perche-ro- n John D. Wakefield Dies in Louisville. Hardin Hill under were Jeff Bryant a who arrested some sell. did not Several parties in the northwestern tertain with at reception for the bride John D. Wakefield, chairman of the and Will Leeon her home in Danville. time before the same charge, conAlthough the day was fair, a cold section of Lincoln have lost cows re- and groom Board of Public Works, formerly a newly guilty were fined $100 wind kept the crowd on the sunny cently, shortly after they have TheTampa, wedded pair will then go member of the Board of Safety, for- fessedand givenand jail to Fla., to make their home. each a sentence. side of Main street, and the candi- calved, under circumstances that are mer newspaper man and Washington dates had a field day. Politics has hard to explain. D. R. Moore, near correspondent of the Louisville Lincoln S tagg Owsley. Jury to Try Pulaski Case. begun to warm up in the local dis- Shelby City bought a handsome JerTimes, former secretary to Congressraces. Both Judge Charles A. sey cow from Abe McAnely, of the trict In obedience to an order of the At Danville tomorrow, Miss Mary man Sherley, a stock broker, clubHardin, of Mercer, and Hon. C. C. same section, for which he paid $65. Louise Stagg will become Mrs. Walman, churchman ano citizen of wide Pulaski county circuit court, Sheriff Fox, of Danville, candidates for the She found a calf shortly afterward, ter W. Owsley. Miss Stagg affd Mr. acquaintance, one of the youngest in Jones of that county, came to Standemocratic nomination for circuit and a few weeks thereafter died. Owsley will motor over, accompanied Louisville business and public life, ford late Monday to summon a spejudge, were on hand, and put in a Johnson Coffman, of the Bowen sec- by a few close friends, and the knot died at 5:21 o'clock Wonday after- cial venire of 60 jurymen to try a mighty busy day, as did the three tion, lost a nice cow a few weeks af- will be tied in the presence of the noon at his residence, 1468 St. James murder case at Somerset this week. candidates for Commonwealth's At- ter she had calved; and Steve Rice, latter. Miss Stagg is a daughter of 'eourt Louisville, where he had been The visiting officer was rendered evtorney, Judge J. S. Owsley, of Stan- of the same section, also lost a good Mr. W. D. Stagg, of the West End, ery assistance by Sheriff J. G. J.H ot pneumonia ior more tnan a ford, E. V. Puryear, of Danville, and cow under similar circumstances. and is an exceedingly pretty girl. Weatherford, of this county, and the R. W. Keenon, of Harrodsburg. The Just what is causing this strange fa- She is accomplished and popular and was a .happy one. He married Sa- two secured about 40 men from Stancircuit clerk's race between J. D. tality to the bovines is what is said her many friends wish her a long life rah Mcllvaine Snyder, a daughter of ford, and then went to the West End "VVearen and M. C. Newland began to to be worrying their owners. of happiness. The prospective groom There was George R. and Elizabeth Goff Sny- to get the remainder. j warm up. The former announced is a son of the late S. E. Owsley and der, of Louisville, his wife being well "tall hustling for cover" in town last week and the latter was telling Sold His Handsome Home has lived in the county most of his known in Lincoln in her girlhood when the mission of the two officers Marshall C. Newland. his friends that he would announce days. His daughters, Margaret and was learned, and several well known Cashier W. M. .Bright, of the Lin- life, where he is well known and today. well liked. The Interior Journal TO THE DEMOCRATS OF LIN conferred upon me in electing me to Elizabeth, respectively are 8 and 6 citizens who happened to be in town coln County National Bank, has Considerable interest and specula- to J. B. Paxton his handsome homesold joins their other friends in wishing COLN COUNTY: this office To the best of my abil- years old. He was a prominent mem- last night, spent several hours hiding on tion has been aroused in the Circuit Danville avenue and will give pos- lor the happy young couple all the I am a candidate for the office of ity, I have tried Cto do my duty. ber of the Second Presbyterian in cellars and other places of conJudge's race, over the matter of the session Jan. 1st. The residence is a good things that can come their way. Lincoln County Circuit Clerk, sub cealment to escape the eyes of the Asa, public official of your coun- church. He was 36 years old. appointment of Master Commis- large commodious and modern one officers. Nothing is known here of ject to the action of the Democratic ty, my record in office is open to your sioners by the two candidates, in the and there are two tenement houses on the character of the case to be tried, Poynter Goens. inspection. It is th test of mv fit- primary on August 7th, 1915. Doing Big Business in Poultry. field. So .far as known Mr. Fox has the lot, which contains about seven Upon the death of Mr. J. F. Hol- - rfess for this position, and I trust M. S. Russell, of Bowen,. who has except that it is styled the CommonMarriage license was issued this not yet made public the name of the acres. The price, which is said to have morning to George Goens to wed Miss dam, in May, 1913, I was appointed that you will scrutinize it and see been buying poultry for Wm. wealth against Sullivan. The last n, democrat whom he will appoint Mas- been a large one, is private. Mr. Jane Poynter. The marriage will oc Dy non. o. a. riarain to succeea mm whether I have done my duty as one who handles a vast amount of time a Lincoln county jury went to ter Commissioner in Lincoln in the Bright will erect a splendid home on cur at Rev. Beard's, near Preachers-vill- in this office, and at the August .pri of your officials. If you .think that I poultry and produce at his establish- Somerset to try a case, the jury gave event he is nominated and elected. on Sunday prospec- mary, 1913, I was nominated by the have performed my duties in a faith- ment at Moreland, was in Stanford the defendant a death sentence, the on the Nor has Judge Hardin, it is under- the site of the one on his farm by Mr. tive groom is 19 next. The and is a democratic voters oi tnis county ior ful and efficient manner, I shall be Monday, and told the I. J. that he case having been a murder commitDanville pike, now occupied years old stood. Friends of present Commis- and Mrs. Morrison Bright. son of Pleas Goens, of the East End, that nosition. and was elected at the grateful to you for your action in en- has' turned the sum of $25 around ted at Burnside. sioner E. D. Pennington are "pulling" while his will-b- e bride is only 18. She general election of that year, to fill dorsing me by nomii.tmg me for this in three weeks, buying fowls, until hard to have Judge Hardin retain r itahiounted to $296. He bought al- Hustonville W. C. T. U. Reception Cashier J. E. Greenleaf Dead is a daughter of James Povnter, also out the remainder of theterm, expir full term. him in the place, but it is said that Very Respectfully, together in that space of time 2,459 The reception given by the Huston- ing January ist, lyio.y of the Crab Orchard section. J. E. Greenleaf, for forty years several other prominent democratic I highly appreciate the honor yo.u 20-- 1 MARSHALL C. NEWLAND. pounds, and as he is a good judge of ville W. C. T. U. on Tuesday aftercashier of the Southern National workers would like to have the place, marketable stuff, got some extra nice noon, March 2, was one of the deLewis Coffman and that they or their friends have Bank of Richmond, and one of that fowls. He says that the nices bunch lightful events of the season. It was R. S. MARTIN NO MORE M'CHESNEY FOR GOVERNOR Nathan Coffman and Miss Elizaso informed Judge Hardin. An in- city's best and most substantial citihe obtained was from Mrs. R. H. held at the beautiful home of Mrs. teresting scramble for this nice lit- zens, died Saturday as a result of a beth Lewis, a popular young couple be- Crow, near James Yowell, the stroke of paralysis he suffered some of near Shelby City 'were united in Prominent TobaccojsManufacturer Announces- - ' as Candidate on State-Wid- e he bought Shelby City. From her Ijng well adapted tospacious rooms The tle plum promises to develop, as the entertaining. $45.99 rorth of White 36 hours before. He was 64 years old marriage by the Junction Citv Ban- judge's race waxes warm. Passes Away, at Brodhead Prohibition Platform Wyandottes that were beauties, and guests were received by Mrs. Yowell tist preacher at tn-.J.udge Hardin's Master Commis- and is survived by a daughter. Miss nwino- -- "oK;wTS the home of Fleece 11 '1 "1 ill III ! r,y in. prin..conditionJFjjiro Shelby and Mrs. J. K. Baughman, the local .fcVfcAjr . JZkl& AlUVt? "";11U111 sioner in "Boyle county, popular John Va"rt 'Greenleaf, and' one son, Judge! " On a platform advocating an Tevis he got $43.50 worth and these president and gracious hospitaity was" Brodhead,'Ky.,March 8. n Jennings Greenleaf, the ber of friends who will extend heartiB. Stout, was over with him Monday, by the members of the 12 amendment to the Constitution, pro- two made up the two largest pur- dispensed Just before the and it is understood, Is an applicant attorney and politician. Only about est congratulations. assisted in entertaining. last Saturday night, the spirit of our hibiting the manufacture and sale of chases. to All of this poultry is shipped union, who was artisticly ten days ago a brother of Mr. Greenfor reappointment if his chief wins. Kentucky, Pittsburg, Pa., he said. The house decorated friend, neighbor and fellow intoxicating liquors in Frankfort, direct dear Richardson Privitte ' It is reported that Mr. Fox will ap- leaf died at Lancaster. in W. C. T. U. colors emblems. On townman, Mr. R. S. Martin, took its Harry V. McChesney, of Miss Bonnie Richardson and Ollie point Ad T. Lanier as his Commisthe has announced that he would be a Casey County Boy May Not Play Ball the walls hung charts and posters, sioner in Boyle, if he wins. In Mer- S. M. Eubanks Dies a: tVilliamsburg Privitte, each 18 years old and popu- flight from this earthly place to ago, candidate for the Democratic nominaNews comes from Lexington that containing educational facts on Tern- S. M. Eubanks, son of Mr. and Mrs. lar people of the Green river section "Home Over There." One week cer, Judge Hardin's Commissioner is Mr. Martin suffered a stroke of pa- tion for Governor. No other entries Floyd (Wrasty) Wright, of Casey perance and Hygiene. There was a his brother, E. M. Hardin, who was David Eubanks, of this county, died at of the county, drove to Stanford and ralysis, from which he never recover- are expected and the race probably county, the State University star out- table of good literature which was here with the Judge Monday doing his home in Williamsburg, last Wed- were made one by Dr. D. M. Walker ed, though Drs. Gravely and Carter will be run by no mre than are now fielder, who is under contract to re- liberally distributed to the guests. In some effective work for his brother. nesday morning. His death was a at his study. gave him all medical aid possible, announced: Lieutenant Governor E. port to the Cleveland American Lea the dining room Mrs. George Tucker, It is reported that Fox's Commis- great shock to his many friends and one or the other being at his bedside J. McDermott, of Louisville; State gue baseball team, is doubtful wheth W. J. Childress and Mrs. June Hock-e- r sioner in Mercer will be Squire Black, relatives and this county, for he was Martin Case. Auditor H. M. Bosworth, of Lexing- er he will be able to play this season. served delicious refreshments. The almost continually from the first. a very influential democrat of Judge oidj sick a few days. Besides his parMiss Louise Martin and Alfred ton, former Congressman A. O. Stan- An injury to his arm sustained during afternoon was pleasantly spent and The deceased was a little past seven- ley, of Henderson, J. W. Newman, the the football season last fall refuses to Hardin's home county. Just what ents, he leaves a wife and five Case drove from their homes at left feeling a years of age. Some time in present Commissioner of Agriculture, yield to medical treatment, and at each oifesympathy for greater interthe situation is in Garrard, is hard The iiiterment took place at Junction City to the residence of ty-five the splendid est and to ascertain. It is reported that a Williamsburg. Rev. H. M. Shouse and were made the 70's he came to this county from and H. H. Cherry, of Bowlong Gre'en. present he says he is unable to throw work being done by the Hustonville Virginia. Several years later his first close friend of James I. Hamilton, husband and wife. Mr. McChesney's declaration leaves a ball degree of force. Christian Temperance Unwife died, leaving him the care of a no room for conjecture as to where he Wright with anythat he intended to Woman'sVisitor. is to be named Commissioner by Mi. Man Badly Burned. states ion. A son and daughter. After growing to stands upon the State-wid- e Fox in the event he wins, and friends proposiJ. Harvey Reynolds Dead. his arm examined by a J. C. Stanley, lormerly or this almost manhood, the son, Hugh Mel-vi- tion and says he will, if elected, rec- have do everything he could specialist of popular "Boge" Brown, who is place, but now living new Richmond, The I. J.'s Moreland correspondent The daughter, who is Mrs. ommend to the General Assembly and working order, but that to get it Garnett and Tom Smith "Mentioned" died. Judge Hardin's present Commission- ind., was badly burned a few days into he hardThe political column of the Cinciner, expect that he will be reappoin- ago, while moving his ettects irom a tells of the death of J. Harvey Rey- Prothroe, resides in Chicago, 111. Mr. submission to a vote of the people an ly expected to get into the game this nolds, of the West End of the coun- Martin's second wife was a Miss Har nati Enquirer Sunday had the followted in the event of Judge Hardin's burning dwelling. He js in a hospi- ty. This is not only unwelcome, but ris, uaucrnter 01 J. J narris, prosper- - amendment to ! the iconstitution pro- - year. ing of interest in the eighth district: ,.,..- success. u rv,.,,,,,.,, nf tal, but doing well. Attorney-Genersad news to every man, woman and ous farmer of the Sayus neighbor- James Garnett Interest in the state races was H qu0rs, with the proviso Announces for Circuit Clerk. this week said he is considering a promanifested on the streets here Mon- Revival Meetings at Baptist Church child, who had the pleasure of his hood. To this union, five children, j intoxictin of the amendment, acquaintance. As honest as the days three boys and two girls, were born, th t the Formal announcement is made to- posal to engage in the practice of law day though nothing like as keen as ,.f alovtel should be deferred a day by Circuit Clerk Marshall C. at a point other than his home town, These meetings, the Lord willing are long, as good a citizen as ever Douglas, Urban and Gertrude, in the district races. The entrance time to allow those who have 14 into the governor's race of Harry V. will begin next Lord's day, Marchpas- paid his taxes and as clean a man as now Mrs. Byron Owens, andMiss Isa- -, invested n the business to adjust Newland of his candidacy for the Columbia, at the expiration of his ever wore shoe leather, the county bella; all of which are living. Mr. 11 A. M. Rev. H. L. Winburn, democratic nomination for Circuit term next December. If he accepts McChesney on a state-wid- e prohibi- at th affairs to the changed condi. Clerk. Mr. Newland is one of the it he will quit politics entirely, but if tor of Walnut street Baptist church, sustained an irreparable loss when Xr A tion platform seemed to be hailed U1U1""; the with delight by trie enthusiastic of Louisville, is expected to doMon- his spirit passed from this to the Mr. C. H. Martin, of Vernon and tions. McChesney submits his per- best known and most popular young he returns to Columbia, he may make Mr. world beyond the skies. This paper three brother, who reside in Virdemocrats of the county. He has up his mind to harken to the call of temperance people of the county. preaching. He will reach us on sonal candidacy, aside from the cause made a'splendid record in office since his friends and announce for the day in time for the afternoon meeting' feels a loss in his death and sympa- ginia. Many shrewd political observers exhe espouses, on his record as State being appointed and elected to fill Democratic nomination for Congress pressed the opinion that the govern- While the meeting will be held under thizes with all others who admired coming to this county On the management of the Baptist and respected the clever gentleman. boughtfirstfarm, three miles south he Superintendent of Public Instruction out the unexpired term of the late in the Eighth District in opposition to or's race will narrow down between of and as Secreary of State, and proma great F. Holdam, McChesney, Stanley and Bosworth. church, it is the wish that the meeting here, known as the Cummins farm. ises abridgement of public expendi- James friends who and has a found Representative Harvey Helm, said to many will be Mrs. Emma Grant No More. who ever The pastors of shall be best hand-shakWesley Embry was over from FrankHe at once took up farming and tures where it can be economically fighting hard to land him a winner be thedown any pike in the Eighth. came up pictures of Barksdale the other churches, and their people fort putting Mrs. Emma Grant died at her home teaching school, but soon began the done, and the further advancement Hamlett, present Superintendent of are cordially invited to attend, and in Lancaster Sunday after an illness manufacture 01 plug- tooacco, con- of the present progress in educational this fall. His formal card to the The fellows who are boosting Garnett Public Instruction, in whose office as in the meeting held at the Presby- of some time due to old age. The tinuing in that business until his and agricultural development within voters appears elsewhere in this is- however, say that Helm never had a sue. man just like the Attorney-Generybung Embry has a position. As terian church, help in every way they deceased had many friends and rela death. For a number of years he was the Commonwealth. to try conclusions with him and that is the old home county of Col. can, to further the interests of the tives who are greatly bereaved by located in Junction City, but moved this Forty-si- x year ola, virile, enthusiBaptist Ladies Buy New Organ he would find Garnett a mighty adW. P. Walton, few believe that it will Master's work. We shall be glad to the death of this good woman. Four to this place. In this business he made astic and of a ready wit, Mr. McA' handsome new organ arrived for versary. State Bank Commissioner go against him in this, the only have the members of the choirs of the children, Misses Lou, Lillian and Ada good until competition injured his Chesney has made himself one of thing he has ever asnecr of the dem- other churches to attend and help Grant, of Lancaster, and Hugh trade to a considerable extent, but he the best known Democrats in Ken- the Baptist church last week from a Tom Smith, of Richmond, may enter and ocratic party after a lifetime of ser- with the music. The people, I am sure Grant, of Virginia, are left to mourn kept at it in a patient way and his tucky, through his activity in the in- manufacturing firm in Michigan, Sun- the race for Congress, but it would was erected in time for services not appear to be good politics for him will be pleased with Rev. Winburn. the loss of a kind and loving mother. best and favorite brand, "Farmers' vice. in every of lie is a Man of God, a good preacher, The remains were laid to rest in the Twist" will be long remembered by terests sincethe party He entered cam- day. Money for its purchase was to enter for the Democratic nominapubboyhood. paign raised entirely by the Ladies' Aid So- tion if Garnett decides to make the and if my people and the Christian Lancaster cemetery Monday after- tobacco users. Little Done In County Court. lic life at the age of 25, when he was ciety. The nucleus of the organ fund race. people of the city will give to him noon. Mr. Martin was a member of the elected County Superintendent of was made last fall when the ladies I feel Yesterday was a quiet one in the their prayers and to that published a daily edition of the InChristian church. His funeral ser- Livingston. He was Prize Herd Destroyed. county court. A few orders of mi- sure we will have a great Meeting. In Bankruptcy vices were held Monday and his re- office. Previous to that he had taught terior Journal during the K. P. fair. 51. D. EARLY. A herd of prize cattle, valued at Cordially. made, some setnor importance In the matter of Wade H. Leece, mains interred in the family burying in Caldwell, his native county; Crit$40,000, which had been found to be tlements attended to and one will individually and as a member of firm ground on the farm he bought when tenden, where he was reared; Webhopelessly infected with the foot and War Causes Hemp to Jump Over 1,000,000 at Exposition probated. The latter was that oftJ. &, Kidwell, Bankrupt. ster and Livingston. he came to this county. On account of the war in theEu-ropea- n of Leece The total attendance at the Panama-P- mouth disease, was shot on the farm Jones, who made his wife, Mrs. L. From County Superintendent of To the creditors of Wade H. Leece, We have known Mr. Martin all Exposition at San Fran- of Ephriam T. Gill, at Haddonfield, countries hemp went at $9 per Susan Jones, his executrix, and left Livingston he was promoted to the acific a Bankrupt. during our life and remember many cisco for the first two weeks ending N. J. Among the herd of 120 animals his property, including a small farm hundred pounds this season, and but of State Superintendent in Notice on Logan's creek, tofher during her 87,000 were raised and sold in Clark ruary 27, is hereby given that oh Feb- kind words and wholesome advice he office running on the Goebel ticket. Saturday night was officially an- was Glenwood's Mainstay, a $12,000 1915, the said Wade H. has given us and we are loath to 1899, many prizes. The natural life. At hersfleath the prop- county, says a dispatch from Win- Leece, of Crab Orchard, Kentucky, later he was elected 'Sec- nounced Sunday as 1,035,326, an bull, that had taken erty is to be sold anf the money di- chester. This amount but a few years was duly adjudicated Bankrupt; and give him up. We speak of him in the Four- yearsState on the ticket with J. approximate average of 74,000 per owner of the herd said he would place kindest words and know we are voic- retary of day. The largest single day for the this animal in a separate grave, bury vided among his children, of which ago represented the crop of one farthat the first meeting of his creditors ing the feelings of everyone who C. W, Beckham. second week was last Sunday, with the blue ribbons he won with him and there are several. sThe court named mer. On account of the difficulty Their friendship has been continu- 87,000. The first week's attendance erect a monument to his memory. The J. J. PAINTER. competent hands to break it, will be held at the court house, Stan- knew him. J. C. and W. H. Eepples and W. P. ous and close since that time. Mr. was ford, Kentucky on March 12, 1915 at herd was killed by government, in620,000; the second 410,000. Logan as the appraisers of the es- farmers iave ceased to worry over McChesney was chairman of the credi2 P. spectors, who shot them in a big tate. W. R. McGarley qualified as this crop as it takes the full year to tors M., at which time the saidclaims, Money For Farmers. speakers' bureau of State headquarmay attend, prove their trench. Houchin Back at Elixir. daughter, preparelt for the market from the guardian of his -- year-old We can secure you loans from ters in 1911 and, excepting Governor R. M. Houchin and family have McCarley. time the seed is sown. This year buy- appoint a Trustee, examine the BankFannie at McCreary himself, made more Zach Myers Has Opposition' 8 for the ers have offered 1915 rupt, and transact such other business $2,000 to $40,000 for 5 years mort-a speeches in fhe campaign than any moved from their Anderson county may properly come before said low rate of interest, on first Former Sheriff Ed. D. Smith, of crop, and as a result there will be as farm to Elixir Springs and have evBradfordsville House Burns Ref-errother Democrat. He stumped the us at or several hundred more acres grown meeting. NELSON D. RODES, Ky.,e gage. See 51. write & Curry, once. State with Mr. Beckham when the erything in readiness for an extra- Scott county, has come out in opposiHarRue No. Bankruptcy. Danville, Phone in tion to Representative Z. L. Myers, The residence of Mrs. Matilda the present year. With good seson ordinarily season 17-- 3 latter was elected United States Sen- year. This successful the nicest this formerly of Moreland, this county, rodsburg, Ky. Thornton at!Sradfordsville was des- growers claim that ir ?5 can be secur- March 5, 1915. is one of and ator. troyed by fire, which is thought to ed the crop can be grown profitably and Demosummer resorts Probably no public man in the quietest fame of its health-givin-in the south who is seking Knox County Votes Road Bonds g NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. originated from a defective flue. and many of them will give up tobac Mr. Smith is a have wa cratic and the State is in more demand as a n "The greater part of the household ef- co and plant more hemp. Hemp is farmer and is making his Knox county voted almost solidly: speaker on all sorts of occasions than ters, draws an increased patronage The young people of the Hubble appeal for support particularly to the were removed. The loss is esti- sold all over the world. A fects McKendree Sunday School will de Saturday for a $20U,000 bond issue Mr. McChesney, and his interests in each succeeding season. agricultural class. mated at $2,000 and is partly covered pre- affairs touching community life, as machine is the only piece of liver a temperance program at the for road building. Twenty-tw- o by insurance. Best Treatment for Constipation farm machinery that has never been church next Sunday morning at 11 cincts out of twenty-fou- r voted well as the welfare of the State, are Mad Dog at Pineville "My daughter used CiamDeriam's perfected by the inventor, and this is o'clock. Everyone cordially invited. for bond issue and 310 against well known in Frankfort, where he To The Houavnrife A strange dog, to be one of the chief reasons for the disThe Ladies' Missionary Society of bond issue. Every precinct gives a big has resided and has been practicing Tablets for constipation with good re- fected with rabies,supposednumber' afbit a of continuance of the crop in the Blue the Baptist Church, will meet with majority. James Maret, of Mt Ver- law since leaving State office. He is mits and I can recommend them Madam, if your husband is like school children expects you to look af;v Grass. Hemp aids the soil while to- Mrs. J.. W. Clark, Friday afternoon non sent the following message upon at present a member of the City highly," writes Paul B. Babin, Brush-l- was killed. The in Pineville before it most men he dog's head has been La. For sale by all dealers. it back two years. All ter the health of yourself and chil- bacco sets Paris, purchased theCharle's at 3 o'clock. present.the members are learning of the above results: There Board of Education, a Director of the sent to Bowling Green for examinaentire urged to be is general rejoicing here tonight over Y. M. C. A., Vice President of the Coughs and colds are the most Brent, of al tion, and if it develops that the Completed Foundation Mid-we' dren. services at the Presbyte- - the victory of good roads. In the Kentucky State Historical Society common of the minor ailmentsand output of Clark county last week at was rabid, all the persons who Phillips Bros, have completed the nan church Wednesday evening, bond election in Knox county today and a deacon in the Baptist church. likely to lead to serious dis- $9. are most foundation for a. cozy bungalow on were bitten will be sent to a Pasteur March 10 at 7:30 o'clock. Acts b the vote stood 10 to 1 in favor of proeases. A child is much more likely to Herndon street in the Land addition. institute for treatment. A good treatment for a cold settled and 7. gress. Rockcastle county promises to diptheria or scarlet, fever contract For the Stomach and Liver They are pushing the erection of it in the lungs is a HERRICK'S RED go one better in its road election to when it has a cold. Jf you will inquire I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y., with all the speed possible, knowing Recommends Chamberlain's Cough A pan in the side or back that be held on March 27. James Maret. the various rem- PEPPER POROUS PLAoTER appliinto the merits of Remedy writes "I have used Chamberlain's the demand for houses in Stanford. edies that are recommended for ed to the chest to draw out inflamma- catches yoti when you straighten up "I take pleasure in recommending HORE-HOUN- D For hoarseness, inflammed lungs Tablets for disorders of the stomach calls for a rubbing application of BALLARD'S. you '.will find that tion, and coughs and colds, Take HERBINE for indigestion. It Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to ay SYRUP to relax tightness. BALLARD'S LINIMENT. It relaxes or irritating coughs, BALLARD'S and liver off and on for the past five Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands to of people who You get the two remedies for the the 'contracted muscle? and permits HOREHOUND SYRUP is a healing years, and it affords me pleasure be relieves the pain in a few minutes customers because I have confidence high in the estimation to it. that they are pleased with the fermented matter that I have use it. It is prompt and effectual, price of one by buying the dollar size ordinary bodily motion without suf balm. It doe3 its work quickly and stateas represented.found themmild in and forces the misery into the bow- in andI find for k.when again in need They are call which causes it take, which are Horphound cyrup; there is a poious fering or inconvenience. rrice. 22oc, thoroughly. Price 25c, 50 c and $1.00 fust pleasant and safe .to a Medicine," writes J. the results it is expelled. Price 50c. qualities especially to be desired plaster free with each bottle. Sold by ouc.ana fi.w per Do:ue. 001a Dy oer bottle. Sold -by Shuars' Dru? their action and, value them have been els whereShugars' Drug Store, Stan- of such MeaUvaUe, Me. Far sale W. Sexsen, highly." Sold by r.tisfac.tory., I, by chil- Shugars Drug Store, Stanford, k ShugarsVDnig Store, Stanford, 4. Store,Stanferd, Lyne Bres Crab For-salwhen a medicine is intended for all dealers. by all dealers. ford, Lyne Bros., Crab' Orchard. LyneB roe.,, Crab Orchard. Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. 4 Orchard. sale by all dealers. dren. LATEST WAR NEWS. The Turkish battery at Mount Dar-danand the forts of Rumili Medji-die- h Tabia and Hamidieh-I-Tabiin the Dardanelles, have been silenced by the allied fleet. The British bat-ti- e ship Queen Elizabeth was hit by shots from the Turkish forts, according to the Admiralty report. The Turkish report differs in the statement that a French armored cruiser was put out of commission and a British armored cruiser damaged. The British Admiralty reports an air attack on Ostend, in which eleven bombs were dropped on the submarine repair base and the military headquarters, and that considerable damage was probably done All the airships returned. The admiralty announced that no honors would be extended to crews of German submarines captured, and that the crews would be segregated under special restrictions, "owing to their methods." The Russian fleet bombarded two ports in the Black Sea, destroying all structures and coal plants. The bombardment was followed by a terrific explosion and fire. Four batteries were silenced and eight steamers destroyed. us a, Mer-rima- e, -- -- Or. - i-i-q I well-know- clbck-Sstruc- J chil-dM-- n. Ex-Linco- ln n, al rea-Virg- il, -- ',! ;.rT er - al ed ng on well-know- hemp-breaki- ng 2,-8- 50 y, ni-m- ek -- -- For ' e 3i -.. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, March The Interior Journal This Bank Has Been Designated As - 9. 1915. CHILDREN4HATE OIL. CALOMEL AND PILLS WALTON & SAUFLEY Editors and Managers. A Depository For Postal Savin gs By the Treasurer of the United States. SI A TEAK STBICTLiY IN ADVANCE "California Syrup of Figs," Best For Tender Stomach, Liver, Bowels Tastes Delicious f Entered at the pottoffice tteond clait mail matter. at Stanford 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 for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Commissioner WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEAREN. The cost of maintaining New York City in 1914 was $539,941,157, or over $100 for every inhabitant, according to the annual report of the finance department. In other words it took just 770 times as much money to run the metropolis last year as there is taxable property in Lincoln county. Y-O-- U. Lincoln County NationalBarik Capital $100,000; $100,100. "Corner Next to Court House" bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-up- s plainly on each bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. See that it is made by "California Fig Company." Refuse any other kind with contempt. morrow. Ask your druggist for a Remember the "dose" mother insisted on castor oil, calomel, cathartics. How you hated them, how you fought against taking them. With our children it's different. Mothers who cling to the old form of physic simply don't realize what they do. The children's revolt is Their tender little "insides" are injured by them. If your child's stomach, liver and bowels need cleansing, give only delicious "California Syrup of Figs." Its action is positive, but gentle. Millions of mothers keep this harmless "fruit laxative" handy; they know children love to take it; that it never fails to clean the liver and bowels and sweeten the stomach, and that a teaspoon-fu- l given today saves a sick child towell-founde- Look back at your childhood days. Cloth The time of year has come for the young man to think about and select that new Talk d. Spring Suit No use waiting until the day you want to wear it, but select it now. We will put it away for you if you prefer it and you can get it any tick of the watch, night or day. 50-ce- nt BLUE SERGES will never go out of style. We show all pure wool ones for $10, $12.50, $15, $20 and $25. W VI W ill If mm Stanford, Kentucky. VtHHHHMHmWMHHI THIS IS A MONEY MAKER. Come In And Let Mr. Rout Show You. W. H. Higgins. Dakota Jacks INDIAN REMEDIES 4 s." .J have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. r Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs-- 45 Days' Treatment, $1 .00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars All on sale at DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. OF PURSLETS INDIAN HERBS Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. E. B. Campbell, Stanford. WOOL. ii We are paying the Highest Market Price for Wool. We are representing Springfield Woolen Mills, formerly representey by J. & Co. See D-Eads PENCE & HILL, Stanford. SEED OATS! Car Northern White Seed Just Arrived JVH. Baughman & Co. Stanford, Ky. j Let the I. J. print your horse and jack cards. From Stanford City limits at Not only has Spring and bright, bridge to Rowland, 10 yds. gravel. pretty weather come to make our Stanford and Somerset hearts glad, but the time has also arSec. 1. From Stanford City limits rived when that charming publica- to Ottenheim pike. mi tf tion, The Congressional Record, will Sec. 2. From Ottenheim pike to cease from troubling for a while. Maywood dirt road. Sec. 3. From Maywood dirt road to Carter's Store. Even President Wilson got enough Sec. 4. From Carter's of Congress and declined to recall it. Hutchinson's School house. Store to W Sec. 5. From Hutchinson's School Punishment Bill house to Butt's Store. An Sec. G. From Butt's Store to King's has passed the House of the TennesMountain pike. see Legislature. Sec. 7. From King's Mountain pike to King's Mountain dirt road. DAVIS STORE Sec. 8. From King's Mountain dirt Walter James, who has been operCorner Main and Lancaster ated on for appendicitis, is doing as road to Waynesburg. Stanford & Hustonville well as could be expected at present. Sec. 1 From Stanford City limits He is a fine young man and we hope that he may have a speedy recovery. to Cash's Store. Sec. 2. From Cash's Store to Hang- Here's Oscar Manuel, who has been workWhat You ing on the railroad at Galesburg, 111., ing Fork Creek. Sec. 3. From Hanging Fork Creek is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. to Hustonville City limits. Thomas Manuel of this section. The People's Market Place AdverKingsville & Pleasant Point James Kidd, of Garrard, is visiting tise What You Have to Sell to bandage up a sore throat with a heavy bandage, for the reaFrom Stanford and Somerset pike relatives and friends in this section. Robert Bowens, who has been visit- to Kingsville, 100 yards. Gravel. son that as soon as the throat feels better, the bandage NEW stock Bicycles at W. H. Higis reKing's Mountain & Duncan ing relatives in New Albany, Ind., moved, which exposes you to more serious ailments, use It From Kingsville to Casey county gins. has returned home. The people in this section, who line, 50 yards. Gravel. have had grip, are somewhat better. Preachersville & Garrard C,ounty PLEASE return my fence stretchFrom Crab Orchard & Lancaster ers. E. T. Pence, Jr. Stanford 18-- 2 Mrs. Bessie Denny, who has been GARGLE. visiting in this section, has returned pike to Garrard county line, 5 yards. Gravel. to her home at Indianapolis. A prompt, pleasant, efficient remedy for Sore Throat, which Hanging Fork & Hubble Wedding presents at Mueller's does not discolor the teeth. We guarantee it to be NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS From McKecknie's to Mrs. Broad-du- s, Jewelry Store, Sianford. satisfactory 50 yards. Stone. to you, or we will refund you r money without question. Carpenter's Station & Moreland Bids will be received at the office 25 and 50 cents Sold only by us. From Hustonville & Bradfordsville OUR Alfalfa Clover Seed is a fine of the County Clerk at Stanford, Ky., pike to Hustonville & Danville pike, W. H. Highemp drill. Try one. until 12 o'clock, noon, 100 yards. Gravel. gins. It Thursday, March 11,1915 Crab Orchard & Lancaster for the furnishing, hauling and Sec. 1. From Crab Orchard City my nc 1rngBW1rilni1M-rmn- g spreading of metal for the various limits to Drake's Creek. 150 yards. The public is invited to pikes described below. Stone. opening of spring hats, Saturday, Bids must be made upon forms Sec. 2. From Drake's Creek to March 13th. Mrs. J. C. Lynn. 20-- 1 furnished by the Road Engineer, Garrard County line, 100 yards. t i sealed and marked, Turnpike Bid. -4 -Gravel'. OUR LINE OF SPRING CLOTHING NOW FOR SALE. A fresh milk cow. W. Contracts will be let to the lowest Crab Orchard & ChappelPs Gap responsible bidder, who shall furnish City limits to F. Dishon, Stanford, Route 1, Phone From Crab Orchard 20-- 1 READY. WE CAN SATISFY YOU IN satisfactory surety in amount of end of pike, 100 yards of gvavel and 88-the contract, and the Court reserves 50 yards stone. the right to reject any or all bids. Robinson TRY one of those 25c meals at W. PRICE, QUALITY AND STYLE. ASK TO Contractors must state if stone is From Stanford & Rush Branch R. Willis & Sons' restaurant. They 20-to be broken by hand or machine. pike, to Danville & Lancaster pike. are fine. SEE OUR ALL WOOL BLUE SERGE Stone must be approved hard Hustonville & Bradfordsville limestone or quartz, of size that will From Hustonville City limits to BUFF ORPINGTONS Pure bred; SUITS FOR pass through a two inch ring. Casey county line, 140 yards. Gravel. eggs for sale at all times. 75 cents per $io.OO Gravel must be coarse, hard and Hustonville & Coffey's Mill D. 2, setting. C. C. Withers. R. F. flinty, free from soil or trash. Sec. 1. From HustonviUe City lim- Stanford, Ky. 18-The one to whom contract is its to John Burton's 200 yards. Gravawarded shall within ten days make el. The public is cordially invited to j bond for faithful performance of Sec. 2. From John Burton's to Mt. call and see my line of pattern and contract, amount equal to amount of Salem, 125 yards. Stone. tailored hats, novelties, etc., Friday, j contract. Bond to be approved by Hustonville & Danville County Judge. Sec. 1. From Hustonville City lim- March 12th. Miss Anna Warren. All contracts must be completed on its to Carter's dirt road. FOR SALE Two pair of mare ' txu or before October 15, 1915. Sec 2. From Carter's dirt road to isa&s&z&acat Also a mules, coming Contractors shall begin work when Harris Creek. 20-- 2 notified, and rush work with all Sec . 3. From Harris' Creek to fresh Jersey cow. W. C. Floyd. speed until completed, so that the Boyle County line. Road Engineer may be with the conFifty bushels of pick- - . FOR SALE Hustonville & McKinney tractors to check up and direct the From Hustonville & Coffey's Mill ed silage corn for seed at $1.50 per , work. pike to McKinney & Coffey Mill pike, bushel. A. T. Traylor, R. F. D. No. Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Stanford and Danville. 20tf j 4, Stanford, Ky. 60 yards. Gravel. Sec. 1. From Stanford City lim& Carpenter's Creek Hustonville its to Mrs. White's. FOR SALE Four Shorthorn bull Sec. I. From Hustonville City lim1 Sec. 2. From Mrs. White's to its to bridge at Mrs. Williams'. calves, 11 months old and registered. first-clas- s Boyle County line. ones. See them. Sec. 2. From bridge at Mrs. Wil- They are Stanford and Rush Branch. HENRY BAUGHMAN, Hustonville. liams to Casey county line. 18-t- f Sec. 1. From Stanford and LanMcKinney & Coffey's Mill caster pike to Rush Branch Creek, 1. From McKinney City limit? Sec. 20 yds. stone. to J. S. Mobley's 100 yards. Stone. SINGLE COMB Brown Leghorn Sec. 2. From Rush Branch Creek Sec. 2. From J. S. Mobley's to Mt. eggs from healthy, farm range, winto Hubble, 30 yds. stone. Salpm. J 50 vard. Stone". ter layers. Fifteen for 60 cents, one Stanford and Knob Lick. Sec. 3. From Mt. Salem to Casey hundred for $3.00 cash. Erie C. Far-r- a, Sec. 1. From Stanford and County line, 75 yards of gravel and Lancaster, Ky. Box 272. 18-- 8 pike to Hanging Fork Creek, l!u yards of stone. 25 yds. stone. McKinney & Turnersv.'lle per RHODE Island Red eggs Sec. 2. From Hanging Fork Creek From Hustonville & Stanford pike setting of 15, $5 per hundred.$1 Mrs. to Hustonville and Danville pike, 25 to McKinney City r 50 yards of Wm. Logan, R. F. D. 4, Stanford, yds. gravel. gravel and 20 yards of sto:e. F phone 13F40. Stanford and Milledgeville. j McKinney & South Fork Sec. 1. From Stanford and Hus1. From Stanford & HustonSec. PURE bred R. C. R. I. Red eggs tonville pike to McCormack's Church ville pike to McKinney City limits, for sale. 15 for 50 cents. Mrs. Chas. 20 yds. gravel. 125 yards. Gravel. 20-l- p Sec. 2. From McCormack's Church Sec. 2. McKinney City limits Williams, Stanford, Route 2. to Milledgeville, 75 yds. gravel. to end of road, 100 yards. Gravel. FOR SALE A Stanford & Preachersville mare i Turnersville & McCormacks Church Sec. 1. From Stanford & Crab OrSec. 1. From Stanford & Huston- mule, about 10 2 hands high, a chard pike to Wilkinson's Branch, ville pike to Sam Helm's, 35 yards. splendid work mule. For further in75 stone. formation call on Mrs. Anna Bailey j Gravel. Sec. 2. From Wilkinson's Branch jy-- a Sec. 2. From Sam Helm's to Stan- or j. r. rauey. to Lancaster & Crab Orchard pike. ford & Milledgeville pike 35 yards Stanford & Crab Orchard gravel. DR. j. G. CARPENTER Office Sec. 1. From Stanford City limits Sec. 3 From Stanford & Milledge- in Lincoirt County National Bank to Baughman & Carpenter dirt road. ville pike at McCormack's Church to Building Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-etSec. 2. From Baughman & Car- Stanford Knob ,Lick, 30 yards. urinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, penter dirt road to Thompson & Gravel. surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully Gaines' gate. Danville & Lancaster tested, glasses scientifically presentbee. 3. From Thompson & Gaines' Sec. 1. From center of Dix River ed. 16-3gate to Ft. Whitley dirt road. brid&e t.- Robinson pike. Sec. 4. From Ft. Whitley dirt road Sec. 2. From Robinson pike to cenA FEW REASONS WHY WE FOR SALE Excelsior, the noted to Crab Orchard City limits. ter of Hanging Fork bridge. CONSIDER IT THE STRONGjack whose colts and weanlings have Stanford & Ottenheim Lincoln & Boyle $125 EST AND BEST. : : : : : Sec. 1. From Stanford & SomerFrom Boyle County line to Buck sold from $65 to 75 per and two years cent, of age for 200. set pike to J. G. Lynn's place, 40 Baughman's at Boyle County line, 10 females. Two jennets. Also of colts, The hinge joint is the most four Shetyard, stone. yards. Gravel. practical fastening for the mules. Sec. 2. From J. G. Lynn's place to Roads without amount of metal land ponies, two pair ofOrchard, JAS-stay wire. The weight of this Ky., CARPENTER, Crab Boone's gate, 75 yards stone. specified are those that are now be- R. F. D. No. 1. fence denotes strength and Sec. 3. From Boone's gate to Ot- ing worked or those for which applidurability. The price is the tenheim, 100 yards. Gravel. cation has been made for State Aid. lowest, quality considered. No More Skating on Pavements Contractors desiring to bid on these Stanford J& Dix River There are many others. let us Sec 1. From Stanford & 'Crab Or- State Aid roads may state price pei The City Council has ordained that explain them to you before chard pike to Hayden's Switch, 20 yard for stone and the amount of the pavements must be used no more buying. yard. Stone. yards will be given later. For further to skate on, many sick people being Sec. 2. From Hayden's Switch to information call on or phone the un disturbed by the nole created by the Traylor's Lane, 35 yards. Stone. dersigned, J. L. McKEE RIFFE, roller skating. Chief of Police B. D. Sec. 3. From Traylor's Lane to Road Engineer. Carter is authorized to enforce this Crab Orchard - Kentucky jJarrard ou"tv lie. zo vards. atone. ordinance to the letter. By order of Stanford & Lancaster the Board of Councilmen, A. B. 18-- 2 Sec. 1. From Stanford City limits FLORENCE, Mayor. to Logan's Lane. Sec. 2. From Logan's Lane to TO THE PUBLIC. C. M'CIary L. Beazley & Co., Garrard County line. I represent the largest and best Stanford and Rowland Your Property in the clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and HARRY JACOBS directing the making of your clothes, Manufacturers and Dealers in gives me the advantage over one who Fire Insurance Co. is not a practical tailor. If you will High - Class Monuments. of Hartford, Conn., give me your order I will promise Orisrinal Designs and Pfomnt San-si- o you a square deal. You will get the with UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Guaranteed Quality Connections worth of your money, either in the at all Granite and Marble Quarries. cheapest grades or the higher priced. Fwntturt Mattfof, M$. Fwrt- SALIN & SMITH, Agents Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. My SPRING and SUMMER line of UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI twf Exchw.--n far aJI KMs samples are now ready for your inClosed on Saturdays Stanford, Kentucky Offkt Phtnt 117. Hum PImm at spection. Call and let me show you. Telephone 164 Of Stack. STANFORD : : KENTUCKY 8TJWF0RD, KENTUCKY. H. C. RUPLEY, tit Practical Tailed PHONE 42 STANFORD KY Anti-Capital N& 11' SMALL PLAIDS are exceedingly good this time for the young man. We have them in blue, brown and green mixtures. : : BROWN WORSTEDS look finer and soil less than any fabric consequently always popular. Every suit we sell from $10.00 up is all pure wool. ::::::: McROBERTS & BAILEY Want IT IS A DANGEROUS PRACTICE REXAIX THROAT Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. i l a-n- d Y. 2t 4. . L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky. iive-vear-ol- T. D. NEWLAND I Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. Hus-tonvil- le I'-ni- ts 19-4- Go To FarrisTor Your sx-year-o- ld 1-- Garden Tools And Seeds.... o, j Great Variety And Prices Right m American v G. Field Fence W. E. :::::: PERKINS J. INSURE - J. made-to-ord- er Old Connecticut $ , r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, March Be Sure To Consult Or Write The Officers of 5. 1915, The name of 'Adolph Camenisch Each 'Tape's Diapepsin" Digests 3,- was by some error, omitted from the 000 Grains of Food, Ending all Honor Roll of the Third Grade of 2 Seconds, 2 Drops Corns Vanish ! the Stanford City school published Stomach Misery in 5 Minutes For everybody with corns, there la in last week. every drug store in the land one of the Time.it! Pape's Diapepsin will direal wonders of the world, and that's E. G. Gilliland, near Waynesburg, gest anything you eat and overcome "GETS-IT- " for corns! It's the flrst and only corn-cur- e stomach ever known that removes has just completed a nice little home a sour, gassy or ouVof-ordfor his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George surely within fiye minutes. Gilliland. It was built on his farm so If your meals don't fit comfortabSTANFORD, KY., ly, or what you eat lies like a lump that they will be near him. of lead in your stomach, or if you When Mr. J. H. Hilton wrote a haye heartburn, that is a sign of indicheck for his I. J. yesterday he paid gestion. Get from your pharmacist a fifty-cefor his paper the 38th year, and in case of Pape's Diapepsin and all that time he has hardly been behind with his subscription more than take a dose just as boon as you can. a month or so. Would there were There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed more like him. acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, Mr. and Mrs. James Carter, near fullness or heavy feeling in the stomWalnut Flat, left last week for a ach, nausea, debilitating headaches, Exposi- dizziness or intestinal griping. This visit to the Panama-Pacifi- c all tion at San Francisco. They will willsour go, and, besides, there will be food left over in the stomach Interdelightful trip going the no poison have a your breath with nauseous southern route via New Orleans, and to . lavrecrc 1C. returning through Salt Lake City, odors. will on Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure V Denver and other interesting points stomachs, because it for along that route. . "Some. Foxy Trot, M'amselle, What? Conu takes hold of your food, and digests Money Gone? Yes, IUsed'GETS.nV" it just the same as if your stomach A. C. Atchley, who filled the posi- wasn't there. any and every corn or callus without fail, I fussing with thick bandages, toe tion as foreman of the Interior Jourwithout Relief in five minutes from all g salves, irritating harnesses, nal most satisfactorily for a long stomach misery is waiting for you at ointments. Ifs applied in 2 seconds time, arrived Sunday from Ottawa, any drug store. Ding, him? 2 drops, tho work is done, the These large fifty-cecases contain corn shrivel.-- up, your corn agony ends 111., where he has been at work since and tho corn leaves forever! All the he left here last fall. He has accepted enough "Pape's Diapepsin" to keep limping, the pains that dart to your a position with R. S. Burton & Co., the entire family free from stomach heart's core, tho crucifixion of having to the biggest union job establishment disorders and indigestion for many wear shoes over screaming corns, the in Knoxville, and will move his famimonths. It belongs in your home. It. danger of blood poison from making them ly to that city in a short while. bleed by using knives, razors and scissors are gone at last "GETS-IT- " is the new MORELAND. way, tho sure, simple, painless way. Try Mrs. J. C. Lynn has arrived here The many friends of Mr J. H. Always it for corns, calluses, warts and bunions. from Frankfort, where she has been Reynolds will be grieved to hear of "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists everyfor a year or so and will have charge his death, which occurred last Friwhere, 25c o bottle, or sent direct by B of the millinery store on Lancaster day at his home near this place. Mr. &. Co.. Chicago. Lawrenco Mrs. street, which Sold in Stanford and recommended Saunders had her sister,of lastWalter Reynolds was a fine man, and will be year. greatly missed charge as the world's best corn cure by Mrs. Lynn cordially invites her old His family has by this community the sympathy of one Stanford7"Ky patrons as well as new customs to Shugar's Drug Store, and all in their great loss. 4 come and see her complete line of Mr. and JVIrs. Oscar Minks will Mrs. W. R. Brummett and grand- of spring millinery. soon go to Danville to make their 'will relieve your indigestion. Many (pajtMOdioDni) future home. Mr. Minks will be people in this town have used them son, Thomas G. Murphy, visited Mrs. Saturday's Louisville Times con- glad to furnish auto service to the and we have yet to hear of a case where Gustava Murphy Brummett Suntained pictures of Clarence Clement public at any time. they have failed. We know the for- day. We serve a Splendid Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mosier and faox. Varnon, of btate Uni- Coleman and Mary Hortense ColeMiss Martha mula. Sold only by us 25c a Noon - Day Lunch for versity, of Lexington, was the week- man, bright and pretty children of baby are on a visit with Mrs. Mosier's Penny's Drug Store. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tamme, end guest of her aunt, Mrs. Mattie Clarence Coleman, formerly of Shoppers. When you J Casey county, and who by who live near PerryVille. Kirby. Mr. Ed Oaks and family moved to Mrs. G. C. Anderson has returned the way corresponded for this paper on Miss Fannie Myers, who has been are in Danville call. an extended visit with her aunt, the country last week. to her home at Mt. Sterling, after a during his service as a soldier in the Mrs. R. C. Coffey, Mrs. W. M. Bright spent Saturday visit to her parentis, Mr. and Mrs. E. Spanish-America- n left Monday for war. The children Cor. Third and Main, and Supday with Richmond relatives. P. Woods. are five and two years old, respective- her home at Georgetown, Ky. Baxter Coovert Mrs. J. R. Harris, who has been Bruning and son, Carl, ly, and are exceedingly attractive Shelby City, spentand Mr. Smith, of quite ill for several weeks is thought of Mr. Henry were the guests for youngsters. a short while in KY. DANVILLE, Cincinnati, town last Saturday. to be slowly improving. the week end of his daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coffey and Miss Anne Davis McRoberts spent T. J. Hill, Jr. Hon. Harvey Helm has returned son, Charles, Jr., of near Danville, several days with Lancaster friends W. B. Turley, of Richmond, spent from Washington City, where 'he had last Friday night with Mrs. land relatives. several days with his sister, Mrs. R. a hand in the shaping of much legis- spent Coffey. John Alexander, now located at T. Bruce and was here for court yes- lation during th twe years Congress Kate Mrs. Harris Robertson, of e, Joilet, 111., is here mingling among terday. Social Calendar was in session. He is in fine health is spending a few , days old friends. Judge Charles A. Hardin, E. M. and spirits and s" highly enthusiastic with her sister, Miss March 13 The Beulah Walker Mrs. Patsy Brown has been quite Ethel Ellis. over the good work the party in powCircle will meet with Miss Katherine ill for the past week or so, her many Hardin, and R. E. Goddard, of Virgil Durham, were here at court yester- er is doing. Congressman Helm will tending school at who has been atAll members are friends regret to know. Anderson at 2:30. Berea since Xmas, take a good, long rest before he beday. urged to be present. Mrs. Russell Brown, cf Lancaster, Mrs. G. F. Gooch, who has been ill gins to even talk politics. His friends came home Saturday suffering from 17 The Woman's Club will spent a few days with Dr. and Mrs. E. March for about nine months with neuritis here are glad to have him among rheumatism. meet at the club rooms in the court J. Brown. Miss Wilkinson, of Liberty, has of the nerves, is somewhat improved, them again. house at half past two o'clock. been on a visit with her brother, ArMrs. William West has been con- her friends are glad to know. V9 March 17 Wedding of Miss Lau- fined to by illness for several thur Wilkinson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Z. P. Smth. near The Danville Messenger said last ra Carpenter, of Moreland, to Mark weeks. her bed Mr. receiving congratulations week: Col. James W. Guest, of Crab county, L. D. Bell, of Phil, Casey are Collis, Jr., of Lexington, at Chrisis clerking at the present for Wesley Embry, who has a good po- from their friends upon the birth of tian church in Danville, at 8:30 p. m. sition at Frankfort, is spending the Orchard, a former citizen of Danville, a baby daughter. The young lady was here for a short time Wednesday T. A. King. week with his mother and family has been named Emma Smith. and received a most cordial reception Mrs. Albert M.. White, aged 88, Mrs. Elizabeth Dillion is visiting ' here. Mrs. P. Nuckols, of Pinvelle, Mrs. Dan Traylor has been ill for was here0.a short time last week, the from his many old friends. For many died at Lexington Friday. She and friends in Lancaster this week. Guest was a citizen of Frank Rout went up to London several days with grip at home in the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. Hays years Colonel one of the most popular her husband had prepared to celeDanville and country. Tuesday morning to sell ice. Foster. She was on her way to Cave men in this section. He has spent the brate their 70th wedding anniverasry on May. 22. Miss Elizabeth Hunn spent Sat- City to visit relatives and friends. Little Miss Pearl Embry has been last few years on his farm at Crab urday and Sunday in rfustonville the ill for a week of tonsilitis. Mrs. Walter G. Smith left Sunday Orcahrd, and is known as the "May.D. C. Sipple was down from Lon- guest of Miss Annie,Dunn. for Lexington, where she will spend or" of that city. When Colonel Guest I Mrs. E. C. Walton returned Sat- a week or more, before going to Man-it- o don for county court. DON'T TAKE CALOMEL sold his Boyle county rarm, he adverJoseph Hill has been suffering for urday night from Catlettsburg. She Springs, Col., for her health. She tised the place extensively as conseveral days with an attack of grip. left her sister considerably improved. will be gone until the first of August. taining "the best Instead of dangerous, salivating mint bed in KenMr. and Mrs. J. L. McKee Riffe Mrs. J. H. Woner spent the week Hon. and Mrs. W. H. Shanks have end in Lancaster with her husband. were the guests ot his parents, Mr. returned from Columbus, Ga., where tucky." This attracted much atten- Calomel to liven your liver when Mrs. Thomas Oaks is improving and Mrs. J. P. Riffe at Hustonville they spent most of the winter, Mr. tion and aided materially in the sale. bilious, headachy or constipated get Sunday. slowly. dealing extensively in mules. They box of Cascarets. They a PREACHERSVILLE are domiciled in their pretty home on start the liver and bowels and Logan avenue. Mrs. B. I. Lunsford is indisposed. straighten you up better than nasty Mrs. J. H. Hutchings was called to The family of Mr. and Mrs. Mason Calomel, without griping or making San Antonio on account of the seri- Holtzclaw has been quite stck. ous illness of her brother, Mr. G. W. Miss Ruby Parrish has been ill but you sick. Evans. Mr. Evans was formerly en- is able to be out again. gaged in the drug business in this Gen. Guillaumo has been elected Mrs. Christ Weyler was with Mr. city. Advocate. President of Haiti. and Mrs. William Icanke. Mrs. J. S. Cordier, of Lebanon Prof. C. C. Lovell, who has been Junction, is the guest of her parents, with his family at Mr. R. J. McAlis-ter'- s BLAIN'S GAf Mr. and Mrs. a. if. Martin, at Row-- i We are having a real March in this is now at Burgin engaged in the land. She is accompanied by her revenue service. section at present and the ladies are handsome sons, Edwin and Ernest Miss Sara Smith, of Rockcastle, thinking about gardening and young j Cordier. visited her sister, Miss Nora Smith. chickens. Mrs. Alfred Eads, of Shelby coun-tMr. Tom Naylor had a clearing At the business meeting on Satis expected this week for a visit urday, Rev. J. 0. Williams was called one day last week and a cake cutting ; of a couple of weeks to her parents, for the year by the Baptist church. the night following. Tney received Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland. Mrs. Rev. J. M. Rogers preached his last 4.50 for the cake. Eads will play the oreran at the Bap sermon at the Baptist church Sunday Mrs. Foster Brackett and children tist church during the revival services morning. Rev. Rogers has faithfully have returned home from Mrs. J. L. which will start there next Sunday. served the church here for a year and Carpenter's, where they have been Mrs. N. W. Fowle went to Mays-vill- e is a model pastor. He is a student at visiting. today as a delegate to the Dis- the Baptist Theological Seminary at Mr. Rash and family from Pulaski trict Missionary Society of the M. E. Louisville and gives promise of a have moved here. church. Mr. Fowle will go over Thurs- useful ministry in the Lord's vineO. L. Martin bought a new wagon day to return with her Saturday. yard. from Riffe Bros., of Hustonville, for While there they will be the guests Rev. E. B. Thornton preached which he paid $57.50. of Mr. Fowle's daughter, Mrs. S. A. Sunday evening at the Baptist church The wedding bells are expected to Keith. to a good crowd. His sermon was ring soon. J. B. McKee and family and Miss from the subject, "The Mirror in the Mr. John Leigh celebrated his 68th Lydia McKee, of King's Mountain, Sky." birthday March 5th. leave today for Roswell, N. M., near Her many friends will be glad to which place Mr. McKee has bought a know that Mrs. W. H. Cummins is reLIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES farm. Much regret is expressed at the covering nicely from her recent illdeparture of these good people by ness. They Are Closely Observing Public their neighbors of the Southern end Health Conditions F. L. Thompson visited Mr. and of the county. Mrs. William Sprinkles near Shelby Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Pence en- City. An examining physician for one of tertained a number of their friends Prof. J. B. Hutchins is teaching a the prominent Life Insurance Comat cards Friday evening at their at--, spring term of school here. panies, in an interview on the subject tractive nome on .Lancaster street. W. C. Cummins will soon begin the made the astonishing statement that Those who enjoyed their hospital- erection of a substantial building one reason why so many applicants ity were Mr. Earl Coleman and Miss where he will continue as our leading for insurance are rejected is because Sue Taylor Engleman, Mr. Robert merchant. kidney trouble is so common to the Woods and Miss Susan Fisher Woods, David Burge, Jr., the best violinist American people, and the large maMr. Welch Rochester and Miss Levisa of this section, is in great demand jority of those whose applications are Harris, Miss Mary Vanoy, Mr. W. S. from house to house to furnish ex- declined do not even suspect that Drye and Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartlev, cellent music, where the youngsters they have the disease. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wright, Mr. and go to spend the evening and "sit till According to this it would seem Mrs. Harry Hill, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. bed time." The music he can render that a medicine for the kidneys, posHill, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. is the old times tunes and his sessing real healing and curative Smith, Mr. J. N. Menefee, Jr. and hearers sit in mute delight and won- properties, would be a blessing to Miss Emma Hays. A delightful lunch der how the hours can pass so quick- thousands. was served during this pleasant even- ly. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. ing. Mrs. William Naylor and children Y., who prepare Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi the well known kidney, liver Bell. and bladder remedy, claim that judgWHY HAIR FALLS OUT Mrs. Gertrude Biankenship and ing from evidence received from Miss Ella Blankenship visited Mrs. druggists everywhere, who are constantly in touch with their customers, Dandruff causes a feverish irrita- Grace Gill. Mrs. Bettie Moser and little son, and also indisputable proof in the tion of the scalp, the hair roots Theodore, of near Paint Lick, visited' form of grateful testimonial letters shrink, loosen and then the hair her sister, Mrs. Levi Bell. from thousands of reliable citizens, comes out fast. To stop falling hair W. P. Grimes, who is an extensive this preparation is remarkably suckidney at once and rid the scalp of every landowner in this section has two cessful in sickness caused byinterest- -' tenants nemed James Miller; uncle and bladder troubles. Every particle of dandruff, get a and nephew is their relationship. J. F. ing statement they receive regarding bottle of Danderine at any drug Miller lives at the Sargent place and Swamp-Rois investigated and no store, pour a little in your hand and James Miller, formerly of Hammack, testimonial is published unless the party who sends it is reported of rub well into the scalp. After a few lives at the Hqrton farm. Miss Sara Larue Traylor has been good character. They have on file applications all dandruff disappears visiting her grandparents, Mr. and many sworn statements of recoveries and the hair stops coming out. Mrs. W. P. White. in the most distressing cases. They Mr. and Mrs. Waler C. Pettus, of state that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-RoGeorere (Honev Bov Evans, the Hubble, visited his mother, Mrs. Re is mild and centle in its action and its ministrel, died Friday in Baltimore. becca retus. healing influence is soon noticed in O. H. Anderson has been quite ill. most cases. Swamp-RoPeter Abell, a farmer of Marion Quite recently he had a tooth pulled is purely an herbal county, was the victim of a serious and complications set up and blood compound and Dr. Kilmer & Co., adaccident. While going down a steep poison is feared. vise all readers who feel in need of Saturday evening as J. S. Pettus such a remedy to give it a trial. It is mil the wagon on which he was riding overturned, catching hinr under it. was returning from church he ran on sale at all drug stores in bottles of He was unable to extricate himself into a telephone pole, while trying to two sizes 50c. and $1.00. However, and remained pinioned more than an pass a carriage. He was considerable if you wish first to test this great hour. He was taken to his home and jbruised and cut while his buggy was preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilgiven medical attention. It was found nadly damaged. mer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.f for a that his left leg had been crushed and Mr. and Mrs. Meade Gill spent a sample bottle. When writing be sure broken and he was otherwise bruised. week at Corbin, the guests of Mr. and and mention the Stanford Interior 20-He is 55 years old. Mrs. John Bell. Journal. The Swish! Corns Gone! We Use GETS-IT!- " Heard About Town NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA, GAS OR INDIGESTION First National Bank, Before opening your Bank Account. er nt They Will Pay You Three Per Cent. Interest On time deposits, and Three Per Cent Furnish you Savings Accounts, and est to run your business, granting the such accommodations as are consistent with conservative and progressive banking. ri. H iW mm ' w J ,, out-of-ord- er corn-swellin- ? nt i I fc A 111 cJA Saving, Like Spending, Is A Habit. A Habit That Brings Wealth. 1 Urn Shop Perfect. JygsSmSm Tablets GlMrTONSLOTHES (VJahanTCCO. Mid-dlebur- g, SPRING IS HERE. New Clothing; better than past seasons'. All shades, prices and styles. Oxfords of all leathers. Straw Hats, Panamas and Felts. Shirts in Silks, Personal and Social Flannels and Fancy Percales. v Camp-bellsvill- Har-rodsbur- g, -- ROBINSON'S II Mc-Kinn- -.- .10-cp- nt New Spring Coats, SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT A settlement made by G. B. Cooper, Commissioner appointed by the Lincoln County Fiscal Court at its regular October term, 1914, with J. G. Weatherford, Sheriff of Lincoln County, as to the collection of the county levy for the year 1914: By order of the Lincoln County Fiscal Court, made at its regular April term, 1914, fifty (50) cents was levied on each $100 worth of taxable property in said county as equalized and certified by the Auditor of Public Accounts. Also a levy of $ .50 on each male person over the age of 2 years, as returned by the Assessor, and listed by the Board of Supervisors, and the County Court Clerk. 1 1 To 50 cents on $7,026,871 taxable property certified by Auditor $35,134.36 To 50c on $34,164 taxable property listed by County Clerk ... 170.82 To 50 cents on $649,010 C. N. 0. & T. P. R. R. Co To 50 cents on $428,954 L.& N. R.R. Co. (Lebanon branch) . ... To 50 cents, on $22,700 L.& N. R.R. Co (Richmond branch) .... To 50 cents on $669,963 C. N. O. & T. P. R. R. Co To 50 cents on $314,636 L.& N. R.R. Co. (Lebanon branch) To 50 cents on $62,871 L.& N. R.R. Co. (Richmond branch To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To 50c 50c 50c 50c 50c 50c 50c on on on on on on on $10,061, Southern Express Company $9,006 Cumberland Tel. & Tel Co $869 American Tel. & Tel. Co $20,000 Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co $5,230 Hustonville Telephone Co. . $16,756 Western Union Telegraph Co $8,422 Pullman Co Railroad Tangible Tax New Spring Dresses, J y, Railroad Franchise Tax 3,245.05 2,144.77 113.50 3,349.81 1,573.18 314.35 50.30 45.03 4,34 100.00 26.15 83.78 42.11 286.28 102.80 55.32 59.25 786.32 281.87 63.10 67.60 152.76 6,490.50 300.00 New Spring Suits. I Other Franchise Taxes We now have on display OUR FIRST SHOWING of New 50c on $57,505, The National Bank of Hustonville, Ky., 50c on $20,560 The Peoples' Bank of Hustonville, Ky., 50c on $11,064, Bank of Moreland, Ky., 50 cents on $11,851 McKfhney Deposit Bank 50c on $157,264 Lincoln County National Bank, Stanford... 50c on $60,264 First National Bank, Stanford 50c on $12,620 Crab Orchard Banking Company 50c on $13,520 Waynesburg Deposit Bank 50 cents on $30,551 State Bank & Trust Co., Stanford 4,327 polls returned by Assessor at $1.50 each 200 polls listed by the County Clprk at $1.50 each ..... Lincoln County Bank Tax Spring Wearin Apparel For Ladies. $55,043.35 The Sheriff is entitled to the following credits: By 50 cents on $18,444 delinquent property .! 92.22, $ By 50 cents on $39,872 duplicated property 199.36 By 50 cents on $12,538 property exonerated by county court.... 62.69 By 50 cents on $51,845 sold to state and county 259.22 By amount of dirt road claims 8,735.05 Byl,426 delinquent polls, less $213 1,926.00 By amount paid County Treasurer as receipts herewith filed 35,245.02 By Sheriff's commission for colleeting levy and school tax. 2,874.05 By receipt of County Treasurer to balance account . 5,649.74 All of which is submitted to the court. This, February 27th, 91 5, G. B. Cooper, Commissioner. ' 1 $55,043.35 25-ce- nt ot Come in and let us show you these new goods and note the change in style. Catalogues A bill proposing a tax of $1 on every mail-ordcatalogues sent into Arkansas is pending in the State Legislature, with good prospects of being enacted into law. The measure is intended to protect the local merchants against the disastrous competition of houses, many of the big mail-ordwhich send their catalogues into the state in carload lots. Mail-Order er er To Tax Store at Bowen Changes Hands. Jim Webber has bought the house and storeroom off George Coffey at Bowen and will continue to onerate this popular little stand. It Is understood that Mr. Webber paid $250 for the business. Produce Wanted ! I will still continue to ot ot by local applications.! as they cannot reach th diseased portion of tie ear. There fa only one way to enre deatness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is Inflamed yon have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when entirely closed Deafness is the result, and Deafness Cannot Be Cured ltis unless SeverancetSon the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine cases out of ten are tansed by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot b$ cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. Toledo, O. CHEXEX Sold by Druggists, 75c. & CO., buy your CHICKENS, EGGS and HIDES at the Highest Market Prices, at The Garage on Cut Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. Phoae 203. 4. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. i ( 3 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, March 9. 1915. When People Ask Us what is good for nerves and lost weight, we always recommend J & 3 i ll) containing Uupophosphilcs Emulsion OHveOi! food tonic and tissue builder. Penny's Drug Store. Farm and Stock News terday a brown gelding for $160. ' J. H. Baughman, near Shelby City, boucht a steer of A. T. Nunnelley here Monday for $52.50. to W. Dunigan, near Hubble ves Saturday, at $25 a head. Green Gooch, of Waynesburg, sold 11 cal- Brown, of Casey, sold here yes- When the Searchlights Are Turned Upon This Store's Enormous Stock A.F. A.F. for,$150. F. J. Conn, of the Southern End, sold to Theo Nolan a mule here yesterday for $65. Hayden McBeath, of near Hubble, has engaged his spring lambs to J. C. Johnston, of Boyle, for delivery Mcat eight cents a pound. Mr. head. Beath figures to have about 40 Judge W. M. Myers was here this morning shipping to Cincinnati, a car-loa-d of light hogs he and J. M. Cloyd bought in the West End at to 6 c. 5 out on Route I, G. D. Boone, bought 22 head of hogs from O. C. Meredith, of the same section at six Ij cents a nound. He also bought a bunch from A. J. Manuel. W. H. Murphy, John S. Marphy, R. C. Nunnelley and Ed Peyton sold to J. C. Johnston, of Boyle, their lambs for June 1 to 10 delivery at Sc for all those that weigh sixty or more pounds. Wallace Walter sold the nice mare which he bouerht from Morgan Beaz- ley last week, to John McKee, of King's Mountain. Mr. McKee is preparing to move south and will take her with him. E. G. Gilliland, north of Waynesburg, sold to J. E. Vaught, of Pulaski county, recently an extra nice Per-checolt for $60 The youngster was only six months old but gives promise of developing into a fine animal. Four cows, in an official test made on the farm of United States Senator near Kenoska, Isaac Stephenson, Wis., turned an annual profit of This is said to break all records. Jesse Bowling, who bought the Holtzclaw place at Walnut Flat, sold to T. W. Jones, of Stanford, last week a fat cow that weighed 960 pounds at five and a quarter cents a pound. He also delivered to the some buyer a canner cow at $20 and another bovine cents. at four and three-quartJ. B. Baughman, near Shelby City, bought from Greeley Lutes, of here Saturday four steers that ran in weight from 500 to 700 pounds, at seven cents a pound. From T. W. Jones, of this city, he purchased 30 head of mixed steers of different weights running from 400 to 800 pounds, at the same figure. Ft F. Fitzpatrick, near Hubble, sold to Charles P. Cecil. Jr.. the Danville butcher, 40 head of fat beeves, as good as any which go to the big eastern markets for the big rich meat eaters of the effete East. The steers averaged 1,125 pounds in weight and were in fine shape. They cost Mr. Cecil top price, $7.35 a hundred pounds, but he seems determined to give his customers the best. John J. Allen, of Hustonville, has bought a lot of lambs in the West End at 7 and 7 4 cents for June 1 to 10 and July 1st delivery. Emmett McCormack bought a bunch at 7c for both June and July deliveries. Judge W. M. Myers bought a lot at 7 and 7 for June and July deliveries. The latter bought of Yowell & Eads, a lot of d hogs at 6 and of John Allen a bunch at the same price. R. C. Arnold has commenced to buy stock again in a smail way but says he is not ready to go in for anything big quite yet. He bought a springer cow last week from G. C. Givens. on the Hubble pike, for $35; gave Tom Naylor of the Goshen section six cents a pound for five hogs; got a yearling heifer from Sterling T. Curtis, on the Crab Orchard pike, for $2o; a d heifer from D. B. Morris, near Hubble at five and a half cents; a couple of veal calves, one from Will Long that cost him $9 and another from John Pepples for $7. W. H. Shanks, who is back from Columbus, Ga., where he and Jake Kobmson have been dealing in mules, tells an I. J. representative that while they had a reasonably good season's business, it was not up to the average. They sold a good many mules and are ahead of the game from a financial standpoint but the volume of business was considerably curtailed by the tightnes of money matters and conditions generally. Asked if they SOH m?,ny armv mules, Mr. Shanks said: "We had to take some mules back on account of the planters not being able to pay for them and these we disposed of to armv buyers but we did not make a specialty of that line of business." He says things look better in the South and that he believes the future for mule raisers and mule dealers is .very bright. Mr. Robinson is still in Columbus. l-2c l-4on $2,-333.8- B. W. Gaines, east of Stanford, sold a horse to an Adair county party Monday for $150. Gaines sold to Cross, of B. Clinton county, a walking gelding WHEELER FURNITURE COMPANY EAST MAIN STREET, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY and its combined purchasing power of five of the leading stores of the "whole country, controlled and operated by one man, the wheels of distant stores begin to roll. j 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. Read our ads regularly, an dkeep yourself posted on the kind of goods we sell, and save the difference in price. r C 'a- - WHEELER FURNITURE COMPANY EAST MAIN STREET, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY "STTJPT'! liPiW E r - dmmL rr' CV "M! A' - y t'mTFfMsSEW t i 1' iMMBf if j" . jiiliiM'Tj ,?yr -- ' ' - ' B Siwlil '4)111? ' nil jii1" VIU J' wi i s F IMP w " V I yJ a Wizrf , m " UMlmm N This box 50-1- b. 5 Ml ' '1 1 1 M A split bark Clothes Hamper, the New Iceberg Ice Boxes. is I lul hundre- The new Iceberg Refrigerator as very thing for your laundry, as flexi illustrated here cannot be excelled; made up in all the sizes from a ice capacity to 200-pound; 10-pound a nice size for your milk, cream and ble as whale bone; will not break or butter, vegetables, fresh meat, a capacity; guaranteed to give isfaction. Our price only 0. zinc mash up; in beautifully assorted col ors; our present price sat- This heavy Cast Iron Range; made of the best material available; with V' I K3 lined; white enamel and the porcelain lined just as you choose; con-structed good large fire-bo- x and high closet This cabinet is made of quartered oak; golden oak finish, on the very latest sanitary er bent class methods. We have a car load cheap- $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. Tur-nersvil- le, sides, having four good, deep adjus- er than ever priced from table shelves; highly polished, plenty large enough to take care of a d-piece $7.50 to Jite Regularly sold at $50. Our price now dinner set. Regularly sold at $20. Our price now $ 1 4.75 9mK Hi IV lillll! fH- rife Kifaffl Extraordinary values in Brass beds. These beds $38.50 2'5-a 3-- sKl " "f mm - 35 ,'vt j " - "w " , i are triple coated with l-- 2c 200-poun- l-- 4c This Buffet is made of quartered sawed oak; highly polished top, 48-inc- genuine French lacquer that will pre vent them from ever tarnishing or dis h This beautiful two-ac- h continuous post, satin finish brass 'bed is one of This 6-f- with a nice large mirror; felt coloring. The one illustrated has a continuous post and seven fillers. This is one of the most convenient t. 42-inc- h Top Pedestal Ta- the greatest bargains we have ever been able to put on the market. ularly sold at $22.50; price Reg- 300-pou- lined drawer. Regularly sold at $45. Our price now little carts that has been put on the two-inc- h nd ble, golden oak finish, highly polished; all workmanship market; easy to fold and unfold and a very light running cart. Regularly sold at $9. 500-poun- guaranteed; sold our present one-inc- h Our price regularly at $16.50; our price now Our price now $ 1 2.00 9x1 2 Axminster Rugs, present price $16.50 $16.75 $ 8.50 $32.50 $22.50 $5.75 ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD JUST AS ADVERTISED AND 9x 2 Brussels Rugs, present price 1 1 1 .3x1 2 Seamless Rugs, present price..... $12.50 $18.75 $19.50 1 1.3x12 Axminster Rugs, present price 9x1 2 Willonett Rugs, present price A'great showing of Matting at, per yard, 22c to 35c 9x1 2 wmL mmmM' v i MHiiwr: DELIVERED FREE OF, v. r imi,... mm ,n, c r j w - - IKROEHLER v (J lf- - ejdhijj3 CHARGE WITHIN A RADIUS OF, Here kjood News for Stomach Victims m Matting Rugs, only. '. $225 r. Floor Oil Cloth, per yard.. A good Surface Linoleum, per yard 20c ....40c 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 finish, with brown and black Chase leather upholstering. Our prices on these patterns range from Some very , being obtained remarkable results arc by treating stomach, Jiver and intestinal troubles with pure vegetable oils, which exert a cleansing soothing and purifying action upon the Jower bowels, removing the obstructions i liu.sunous iecai matter and gases and preventing their absorption by the blood. 1 his done, the food is allowed free passage from the stomach, fermentation ceases and stomach troubles quickly disappear. George H. Mayr, for twenty years a leading Chicago druggist, cured himself and many of his friends of stomach liver and intestinal troubles of years' stancung by this treatment, and so successful was the remedy he devised that Jim Webber, of Bowen, sold to a buyers paid $5o a head for them. it has since been placed in the hands of 0. L. Martin, out on Rcute 3, sold druggists all over the country, who have Mr. Browning, of McKinney, here Monday, a horse and runabout for toc Walter Martin, of Turnersville, sold thousands of bottles. five nice shoats for $26. inough absolutely harmless, the ef- $100. J. Stamp Turpin sold to O. P. fect of the medicine is sufficient to Jack Spoonamore, near Hubble, sold butcher, a to J. C. Johnstone, the Boyle county convince any one of Its remarkable Huffman, the Stanford cow at five and a quarter buyer, last week, 26 head of ewes at effectiveness, and within 24 hours the nice beef sufferer feels like a new person. Mayrc cents a pound. She weighed 900 $5.50 a head. Wonderful Remedy is sold by leading pounds. M F. Lawrence, neara Preachers-villdruggists everywhere with the positive lost a nice mare last week from Oatts & Martin, the hustling Boyle understanding that your money will be county traders, sold to A. J. Rice an ailment, which Dr. John Cook, the refunded without question or quibble, if and John B. Foster, of this county, veterinarian diagnosed as packed ONE bottle fails to give you absolute last week. 18 head of feeding cattle stomach. Mr. Lawrence valued the satisfaction. that averaged about 700 pounds. The I animal at $200. e, $22.50 to $35.00 50 MILES OF OUR STORE A, F. WHEELER FURNITURE COMPANY EAST MAIN STREET DANVILLE, KENTUCKY J. J. Myers sold to J. C. Johnston of Boyle, his lambs for June 1 to 10 delivery at 7 2 cents. He also sold hm his ewes at $, and to A. C. Hill the wool from his sheep at 30c. 1-- they are constipated. They fear something distasteful. They will like Hcxall Orderlies a mild laxative that tasteg like sugar. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Penny's Drug Store. Watch Your Children Often children do not let parents know Oatts & Martin, of Danville, bought of Mr. Henderson 20 head of beeves at $45 a heacr. "fhey sold them shortly afterwards to John Yeage'r, near Danville at a profit. J. Lee Murphy, near Hedgeville, sold to a party by the name of Davis, from Louisiana, a nice mare last week for $200. Mr. Murphy horse from bought a Mrs. Sam Spoonamore, of the Hubble section, for $110. From Wash Baker mare for he puchased a a figure over $100. five-year-o- We splendid stock of STOP AND THINK SHOES have a 400 pair Ladies' and about BARGAINS BARGAINS To My Friends: You see la the papers of Clearance Sales to sell to stake room for sew goods. That means a small cut on goods. But I mean to sell to PAY MY DEBTS. We will start sales MARCH 1st and continue 30 days. Gents, Boys and Girls; DRY GOODS and NOTIONS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, HARDWARE, TINWARE, Etc ld four-year-o- ld These goods will be sold UNDER COST. Groceri will be sold at COST during the 30 days' sales. COME AND GET A BARGAIN. LAFE MORGAN. MiUedccTiUe, Ky. five-year-o-ld - .-- :! i V T ?A- -