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NICE JOB IF BOSWORTH OURNAL 1-- This Paper Stop is ap Watch the Dat Reaew Your Sfv . mnjpd '&xC M .viapUT. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, March 12, 1915. WINS Tuesdays and Fridays ' SAMUEL NEWELL PASSES AWAY New Real Estate Finn in South End. W. L. MURPHY DIES SUDDENLY LATEST WAK NEWS D. J. S. Deputy Internal Revenue CollecBritish forces in France advanced Probably Oldest Man in County Dies, known Lee and of fix. Robinson, well Well Known Lincoln County Man the southern seccitizens Clipping tor Rowan Saufley and U. S. Marshal R. L. Slade, Popular Drummer, Says f of a mile Wednesday Rev. Livingston Brings In tion of Lincoln, have organized a Aged 97 Years. Succumbs to Paralytic Stroke. He is Promised $2,500 Place. capturing all the intervening posiCharles Winfrey took two more bootDescribing Scene He Witnessed. real estate comnanv for- the hand leggers into custody Wednesday tions of the enemy, according to an ( Samuel Newell, probably the old- ling of central Kentucky farms, and given out in Mr. William L. Murphy died at his when they arrested Greenie Hansofficial Robert L. Slade, of Lexington, one London announcement Rev. J. G. Livingston gave the I. J. ford, a well known Stanford negro, est man in Lincoln county, died at have just ordered a neat circular home near Shelby City just at sunset today. The text of the an of the best known a clipping from the Masonic Home and Ben Penman, a Hubble negro. Kentucky, who was in"drummers" in nouncement follows: "The .fourth the home of his son, near Milledge-vill- e printed by the I. J., giving some of Thursday after a brief illness. He Stanford WedThursday morning at the ad- their choice bargains in land. They went to Danville Wednesday mornJournal, of recent issue, in which a Both are charged with selling whis- nesday morning is one of the hardest and the Indian Corps advanced yesMr. Newell sold for Gottlieb Renke, his farm of government of for health veteran of the Civil War, and a mem- ky, without a their hearings license, workers in the state for the nomina- terday on a front of 4,000a. yards and vanced age this 97 years.from Pulaski 83 4 acres, five miles north of ing and was in his usual good his recounty moved to until he reached his home on ot mile, before tion and election of Auditor Henry roughly and will have Waynesburg, to J. C. Chrisman, of turn. It was then that he grew cold ber of the Masonic fraternity tells U. S. Commissioner W. S. Lawwill years ago and a hostile captured Mr. positions all the intervening corps on about his dozen with his childrenhad Jessamine county for $3,300. M. Bosworth for governor. Mr. and when the home was reached he home a Masonic sign brought protec- at Danville. made in Benke trenches. The low then bought a farm near Slade says that Bosworth has prom- the right and leff; of these two corps the west end of the county, since was suffering intensely with his head. and a Confederate soldier about tion to Mr. Robinson bought the ised him an appointment as a memHis wife prisoner. The incident "Blackhand" Work at Richmond. ber of the State Board of Control also were engaged. More than 700 then. She was a died about 15 years Elihu Miracle farm, this side of A short while afterward he suffered to be taken Miss Cowan before a stroke of paralysis, which resulted prisoners were aken. British air- ago. which the writer mentions, happenA dispatch from Richmond says for Charitable Institutions in the craft were active and succeeded in their marriage, an aunt of Mrs. J. Waynesburg, containing 115 acres, as stated. Deceased was 67 years restaurant event he wins for governor and not destroying the railroad junctions at N. Menefee, of Stanford. Mr. New- for $1,500. Previous to that he old and is survived by his aged mothed at Rev. Livingston's old home in that Geo. Doumas, the black-han- d only made the offer of this nice ap- Courtari and Menin." ell was a splendid old gentleman, sold his own farm of 60 acres to B. er, county, and proprietor who received a Mrs? Eliza Jane Murphy, the eastern part of this to place $500 in a certain pointment to Slade personally but alPrinz Eitel and a model citjzen in every way. H. Smith, of Jessamine county for who makes her home with her daughThe German well, letter he states that he remembers it place there by midnight, Wednes- so to two of his traveling friends on arriving at Newport He was for many years of his life $1,650. Both of the members of the ter, Mrs. W. A. Moberly, in the East having witnessed the incident himself day night or die, put the money who went to Bosworth. This place Friedrich News announced that during her six a faithful member of the church, new real estate firm are hustlers and End of the city, his wife, who was when a youth. The Miss Livingston there, but no one came for it. The pays $2,500 a year, and the Board of months' scouring of the seas as a and was willing and ready to go after plan to do a big business. They say Miss Chloe Dudderar, daughter of the mentioned in the letter was his sis- place was watched by government Control consists of four members, commerce raider s,he had sent to the far exceeding the allotted span of that they have already booked about late Col. W. Huff Dudderar, and the 300 farms, of various sizes in Lin- following children; Zan Murphy, of Considerable excitement two democrats and two republicans. William P. Frye. Amer- life of man upon this earth. ter. The incident which is by un- officials. the prevails at Richmond over the af- Mr. Slade has long been an active, bottom the and flying the United is described Mr. Newell is survived by four coln and Casey counties, which they who has been in Panama for years, usual interest, ican owned fair as it is the only letter of its working democrat. He says that he States flag, having on board a cargo sons and four daughters, three of the will offer to buyers. writer as follows: and James, Ollie, Eph and Will Murabout 100 "drummers" phy, and Mrs. C. P. Stucky of I notice in the Home Journal of nature ever received there. It came has "lined up" are boosting Bosworth of wheat considered by the com- former, being prominent farmers of already who Remarkable Statements. through the mail. Louisville, and Miss Emily Murphy. mander as contraband. Washington the Milledgeville section. They are December 1, 1914, under all over the state as they go about officials were profoundly stirred by Messrs. Eph, Joe and Will Newell Probably the most remarkable He was a member of the Christian "Mystic Sign All That Saved their travels. They will do his can- the news of th blowing up of the and Robert Newell, of Colorado; his statements ever issued by the Lin church and a clever, nonular man. Cleve Rose Sells Interests. Wim." a storv describimr how a Bel didate an immense amount of good steamer, and erery effort is prom daughters are Mrs. Brown, of Cin- coln County National and the First About the first of the year he moved of gian saved himself and a number Cleve Rose, of Lancaster, well by .known here, has sold his interests before the primary is held. ised by the State Department to get cinnati, and Misses Eliza, Maggie and National Bank, of this city, appear his family from this city to a farm iiis countrymen irom execution sTiowinf? a Masonic sicrn to the Ger m the Lancaster Mill ana .levator at the bottom of the matter, which Lula Newell, of this county. The in these columns today. They are he bought near Shelby City, and he HUSTONVILLE is considered an unfriendly act, and remains of this good man and worthy remarKaoie in tnat there are no had become greatly Interested in his in charge of the firing Co., and the Lancaster Electric man officer citizen will be taken back to his old overdrafts, something that has nev- work when the sudden summons party, etc., which recalls to my mind Light Co., to Roy Schooler and will Miss Elizabeth Peavyhouse return- diplomatic negotiations with Germawhich occurred during give possession about May 1st. Mr. ed home from Richmond last week af- ny will in all probability soon follow, home in Pulaski county Saturday for er before occurred in their long and came. Mr. Murphy attended court an incident interment in the old family burying honorable careers, covering a period here Monday and spent that night it is stated. our Civil war, and in which incident Schooler has accepted a position in ter a pleasant visit to friends. The French War Office announced ground. well on to fifty years. The officers with his mother and sister. His was a participant. At the the mill and is how discharging the the writer Mr. and Mrs. Logan Hubble, of that the Fourth Italian Regiment of and directors of these institutions death causes both surprise and rer, H. K. Hern-do- n time of the incident I was first ser- duties of were here the latter the Foreign Legion, to which Mrs. S. J. Thompson Passes Away. are proud of their accomplishment gret in his home, where he was liked sev- Stanford, geant of Company A in the Seventh having resigned this place part of last week. Mrs. Rebecca Thompson, wife of and they tell us that while it has by all. The body will be brought to belong, had been given its Regiment, Kentucky Infantry Vo- eral weeks ago. Arthur Burton arrived here last liberty by the French government, S. J. Thompson, a well known car- taken a good deal of work in doing the Moberly home Sunday morning (Federal) , but was on delunteers tached service during the latter part Friends Storm Dr. and Mrs. Singleton Thursday night to be at the bedside been violently bombarded with, forty-Th- e penter, of Darsttown, died at their away with overdrawing by their cus- and at 1:30 o'clock Sunday afterBelgian town or" Nieuwpoort has home there Wednesday after a lin- tomers, they have kept them all in noon, Dr. D. M. Walker will preach of his sick mother, Mrs. J. D. Burton. f August and the month of Septem- . rn tt n guns. German losses gering lilness of tuberculosis. Fun- a good humor and most of them the funeral sermon. The burial will inenas oi ur. ana jurs. x. n. sin-fir- st Baker Terhune, the flour and meal ber, 1862 was bearer ot aispatcnes, between Cumberland Gap andjgleton surprised them with a pound man, of Bradfordsville, was here a were very Tieavy near La Bassee, eral services were conducted at Buf- agree with the bankers that it is a follow in the Goshen Cemetery. Lexington, Ky., and then between i party, at their home in McKinney, a few days ago giving the dealers a where the French captured 1,000 falo Springs Cemetery Thursday by splendid habit to eschew. The comRevs. Greer and Bruce. Mrs. Thomp bined overdraft of these two instiWE are displaying a beautiful line prisoners. Cumberland Gap and Louisville. At Wednesday evening, March 10th, the few notes on the flour proposition. During the bombardment in the son was a splendid Christian woman, tutions has frequently reached $25,-00- 0, of, pattern and tailored hats, new the latter place I rejoined a detach- occasion being the opportunity oi the tinner and Dardanelles thirty Turkins Thomas a member of the Methodist church which is quite a sum to furnish veils and everything pertaining to ment of my regiment about the first their many friends to extend to Dr. plumber, of Price, Danville, was here the mounted on motor trucks wereeuns and left word for all her friends to customers deSingleton, the best wishes without compensation, millinery. Your inspection invited. of October, 1862, soon after which and Mrs. latter part of the week, seeing after 21-- 2 Mrs. J. C. Lynn. we received marching orders and for their health, happiness and pros- some work he has on hand and under stroyed by the fire of the warships. met! her in Heaven. She is survived and in most cases without thanks. In outlining the budget before the by her husband and four children. started for Perryville, Ky., near perity in their new location, as Dr. construction. He has some large conReichstag the Secretary of the Im Badly Burned. where we met, engaged, and after a Singleton will leave jiicKinney April $20 for Disturbing Public Worship. in this city. perial German Treasury stated that Why Farmers Are Leaving Mountains fearful engagment defeated Gen. 1st, to locate in a broader and more tracts Miss Myrtle Lewis, daughter of Bert Miller .colored, was fined $20 McKee Riffe, county road engi- the estimates called for $3,125,000,-00- 0 Braxton Bragg's Conferate forces lucrative field for the practice of his A large number of good, substan- and costs for disturbing religious Ben F. Lewis, who lives to the right profession. Delightful and delicious neer, was here over Friday night and times greater than any tial farmers have moved into Lin- worship four on the 8th of October, 1862. at a meeting being held at of Highland, suffered severe burns ever presented, and that a further coln and the northn part of PuThe next day, following in his refreshments were served and after returned to Stanford morning. "Chicken Gritle," a colored settle- by her clothing catching from the Harvey Reynolds died last Satur- credit would be asked sufficient to laski counties recently, buying farms ment of Hanging Fork, between fire place, which she was passing. wake, as he leisurely retired from a most enjoyable evening, the Kentucky, late in the afternoon the guests departed feeling that it was day morning at his residence, near finance the war until autumn. and settling down. A great many of and Hustonville. A bunch While her condition is not regarded antain of mv comnanv and I asked good to have been there. Those here of pneumonia, after a few days' them have come from Pike, Lawrence of witnesses appeared against Miller. serious, the wounds are very painKIDD'S STORE. and other counties in eastern Kenof the Colonel commanding the privi- - present were Dr. and Mrs. T. H. illness at the age of 64 years. He Bowen Vanarsdale, the well-kno- ful. Charles tucky, and the inquiry has naturally lege oi leaving our commanu iur u Singleton, Mr. and Mrs. Montgom- leaves a large family of children and hardware drummer, was here Tom Justice and" wife, of Central is invited to THE wife to mourn his loss. He was buribeen made as to why there has been few hours in order to visit and take Oatts, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. years, have such an emigration by these good this week calling on the trade and opening publicspring hats, attend my ery, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Singleton, ed in the Hustonville cemetery Sun- Illinois, after twenty-fiv- e Saturday, of supper with an old friend and his shaking hands with his friends "back March to kin 20-- 2 13th. Mrs. J. C. Lynn. wife, who were formerly from our Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Reynolds, day afternoon at four o'clock. A been on a visit certamyand friends in people from that part of the state. home." Suck-- , found county (Owsley). Our Colonel in- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tanner, Mr. and large number of relatives, friends Casey. They A dispatch from Whitesburg a day or erdom the Promised formed us we could have his consent, Mrs. Cleo Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. F.r, and neighbors followed the remains by their vivacitv an.d Land, if judged so ago shed this light on the subject: NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. Adjudged a Lunatic. resemblance to The dispatch said: A notable exodus F. Mobley, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Scud-de- to their last resting place. but were likely to be picked up by the lilies of thW valley. Constable Charles Thompson, of Dr. J. A. Trostle has returned Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Owens, Mr. some of the Confederate cavalry, as Paul Jesse, on the Stanford pike, of farmers from Letcher, Pike and Bowen Gover wag here Wednesday Perry counties is in progress. The the East End, brought Charley Wat- -' from Cary, Bell county, where he doubtless some of them were prow- and Mrs. G. H. Masters, Mrs. S. M. one mile from here, has pneumonia, deporting himsilfso mysteriously as like of it has never before been son to town Thursday and he was conducted an interesting meeting of ling along our flanks for the purpose Owens, Mrs. J. W. Cocking, Mrs. E. but is said to be some better. 0. Gooch, Misses Ruth' Tanner, Leto excite great curiosity and suspi- known, and the cause is somewhat adjudged a lunatic in Judge Bailey's twelve days. There were only five James Cloyd bought a car load of of picking up stragglers from our court. He awakenranks. Our friends lived about one na Beck, Margery Cocking, Ruth hogs of various parties in Casey last cion, and the Jchief of detectives unusual, being due almost entirely this week. will be taken to an asylum confessions, but the general was very ing of the church members Cocking, Mary Lois Gann, Zoe But week at five and a half cents and promptly put a sleiich on his trail. to the industrial development of this and a half miles from where, we left marked. The little church at Cary ler, Beck, Jimmie Wright is surely a favorite section, strange as it may seem. All the command, and about one mile AliceMargaret Beck, Mary Dee Virgie shipped them to Cincinnnati Monday CRAB ORCHARD. is in fine condition and Dr. Trostle Gooch, Erie Davidson, of the gods as heiwas thrown by a of the counties named are rich in afternoon. from the nearest point to the road expects to hear good reports of the Eugene Dunn sold to James Buch vouner horse anil draeged'a hundred coal and timber and within the last leading to Crab Orchard, where we Davidson, Anna Lee Mobley, Bessie Pretty Miss Sadie Catlin, of Leb- work being done there. He will bett Adams, Messrs. Pierce Butler, before, a .fqcVt could beirel'eas; ifwH--i years there has been an iml yardsanan, a cow for $27. were heading for. When about half a is the attractive visitor of Miss gin a meeting at the Presbyterian Mobley, Bryan Jones, P. J. Wm Woolford, a former' citizeri'of ea irom me stirrups, a iew uruiscs mense development in both lines. anon, mile on our yay we, met! ,a colored church at Somerset Sunday. This Duncan, Will Mack Mobley, W. E. this city, but now of Dayton, Ohio, are the only injury where death Many of the farmei3, hemmed in by Bess Reynolds. Stephenson out of a woodland with and John meeting will follow - great revival Mrs. George uood, Stephen Reynolds, A. W. has been in our midst for several seemed inevitable. coal operations, saw mills and an ox team and a load of wood. We Brown, Ray C. spending sev- which has been going on for a fortTanner, E. J. Tanner, days with friends and relatives. Our sheriff, Dave Taylor, measures stripped hillsides and tempted by are home again after asked him if there was any Confedere, eral months with relatives in night at the Main street Methodist S. C. Dye, Virgil McMullen and George Barnett is at home from up to the duties and dangers of his alluring prices for their lands, have the neighborhood. Jr., ate soldiers in Texas. church in that city and at which there Orrie Barnett from Hustonville, A. Tampa, Fla., where he had ben for an office in a superior style. Delin- sold out. Most of those who are "No, sah," he said "but dars some We failed to mention in our last rebels 'calvary' mans over here at C. Coffey and Harvey Wilkinson operation. This is the second time quents who have succeeded in getting leaving, have bought farms in the letter that Miss Ophelia Lackey had have been many confessions and an inestimable amount of good accomfrom Stanford, Claud Dinwiddie that he has been there. by the tax collectors of the past till more level county of Pulaski, but Miss Livingston's." The conversation a pleasant visit to her plished. The meeting was conducted and Masters James At the public sale of S. T. Carpen the habit became chronic have been some have gone to the Blue Grass. returned from at once become very interesting then. from Moreland and Mack Hendricks Middlesboro. by Revivalist Bridges, Rapid-fir- e questions were put one af- Samuel Owens ter on Carpenter's Creek in Casey converted by Dave and every bluff of Another impelling motive was a feel- sister inRobert Collier and Miss Cla- wonderful meeting in who held a Mrs. the same Singleton. county, his farm was withdrawn at the Bitter Creek bad men promptly ing of strangeness which the native ra Collier, have returned after ter another until the "calvary mans" church four years ago. called. When Dave rode up to lead inhabitants are beginning to feel in were probably located their horses $2,400. spending six weeks in Birmingham The young people of the Hubble Dixie Rook Club Entertains. No more skating on the pavements "away a horse he haa aid in for taxes a marked measure due to the incom- and Montgomery, Ala., Dresden, in the barn, their carbines and war McKendree Sunday School will dehe was confronted by owner with ing of thousands of strangers, many equipment in there also, and the men One of the most delightful social here, is what the city council ordered Tenn., and Benton, Ky. They retemperance probably at supper. Just then our affairs of the season was the recep- at it regular meeting last Friday loaded shotgun and advised to de- - of them foreigners, to work in the port a grand visit, but we know they liver a next Sunday program at the morning at 11 church up on his tion given by the members of the night. The pavements must not be camp, instanter. Aaroitly parleying mines and mills of this section. The were glad to get home again. old friend, Mr. Boone, rode o'clock. Everyone cordially invited. way to Mrs. Livingston's, just over Dixie Rook Club Thursday evening used for skating purposes any more, and advancing, the gun was snatch- situation is a most unusual one and Mrs. Thomas Manuel has been At the Presbyterian Church, serface is and a persuader thrust the hill. Some of the same quick-firin- g for their "husbands, nrothers and because the noise annoyed the sick ed the disarmed, whicn won into game the predictionthe made that within a very sick for several days. vices on Sunday, March 14: Sunday the native agricultural few years, questions were put to him, and we sweethearts." The home of Mr. and and that lots of people were crowded of Mrs. Maggie Gover, of Stanford, found the location of the barn, house, Mrs. Shelton Saufley in the College off the pavements to let the small and politest compliance with every population of Letcher, Pike and was here Wednesday to see her father school, 9:30 a. m.; E.Morning Worship, 11 o'clock; C. Society, 6:30 suggestion. Monkeying and Perry counties will be a thing of the kind etc., as given by the darkey to be cor- apartments was used for the attrac- boys pass. p. m. The evening service will give wheedling with the Sheriff are just past, and such agriculture as is fol- who is about well again. Miss Eddie T. Carpenter has been rect; and then the time for action was tive affair, and decorations of red, Mrs. Frances Edmiston, who has way for the Revival Services to belowed in these counties so "rich in "right now," to either make an order- white and blue were used with pretty in Lexington for some time time tak- now among the lost arts of Casey. been very sick, is some better. Mrs. gin at the Baptist church. Admiral S. P. Stagg, of Lexington, mineral wealth, will be by people ly retreat or to charge down and cap- effect. At the conclusion of the ing a six months' business course. J. H. Tucker is with her. Plans for the centennial celebraLogan Green, a former citizen of has been in town several days in- from other sections. ture the two unarmed Confederate erames a delicious lunch- Mr. John Magee, Jr., of Danville, tion of the Second Presbyterian vis- specting models of improved submacalvarv mans." Of course we could term was served hv tVio lnrUoc tr tVimV Lincoln county, is here on a short is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. church at Lexington March 21-2Some Kentucky Coal Figures afford to be brave, knowing that we guests. The winners of the most it to relatives and friends this week. rines, and incidentally looking after Kentucky's coal industry is greater Magee, who has bean sick, but is were announced Sunday by the Rev. would be between them and the barn games of the eveinng were Mrs. T. J. He has been in the west for a number other interests. Charles Lee Reynolds, pastor of the recruiting station for Teddy's than ever before, it is constantly much better. A where their arms were stored. But to Hill, Jr., and Mr. Sam Harris, Jr. of years. Mr. Ed Estes, who has been very church. In addition to many other Horse Marines had been engaged here growing. In recent years it has been the point. Rev. Beagle of Lancaster, deliver Those present were "Mr. and Mrs. low with pneumonia, is getting bet- prominent Presbyterian divines who We dashed down in front of the lav Howenstine. Mr rmH ATrs Wmrrv ed two able sermons Monday and in an hour after we got notice of his greatjyxaccelerated, especially lin the ter. . .. . Pence, ... . nights at tne V. will attend, the four former pastors wa ruesaay house at near full speed of our horses, mil, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .Baptist cnurcn proffer to take his four swashbucklers EasternTcoal fields. There several Misses Sallie and Bettie DeBorde of the church, now livinc:, have sisr-inferentially put an end to all railroads have been run into the richsprang from our saddles without Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Saunders, and in all probability will be called and and Messrs. John and Henry De nified their intention to be present checking up, letting them go at will, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hays Foster, Mr. to preach the remainder of the year national and international dissen-tion- s. est fields and large quantities of the Borde, have all been sick with colds, and take part in the centennial celebeing sent to "black diamonds" are and, as agreed, I entered by the front and Mrs. T. J. Hill. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. for them. bration. Too bad that Congress refused to the coast and other grpat markets. but are able to be out again. door, while my (then) captain was to James Harris, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Joe Snow of Science Hill, was here Miss Annie Hutchinson has been Rev. Bridges, who will soon begin up the footlights a Not many know that some of the go around to the rear and cut off re- Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Saufley, Sunday to attend the burial of Har brighten sick, but is much better. a protracted meeting at the Methoearliest coal mined in Kentucky came little for our modest patriot. treat of the men. As I ran up the Mr. Earl Coleman and Miss Sue Tay- vey Reynolds. Mr. Goodman moved his family dist church, in Somerset, has just Our baseball club is suppling up from the earth in the sections of front door of the house a young lady lor Engleman, Mr. Carl Carter and Charles Burton, of Dallas, Texas, into their home on Cemetery street. closed a meeting at Bluefield, W. Va., (I supposed it was Miss Livingtson) Miss Lucy Lee Walton, Mr. J. N. arrived Monday, to be at the bedside for the campaign. If the deal now country around Owensboro. The Bon They added an addition to the resulted in over 400 conversprang into the doorway, threw up Menefee, Jr., and Miss Esther of his mother, Mrs. J. D. Burton, who on for Cobb, Wagner and eight or Harbor hills mines and those in Han- house, have in new windows, and have which There were 104 the last night put sions. ten more "bushmen" is a go, More-lan- d cock county and in Union county her hands on either side, as though Burch, Mr. James Cooper and Miss is in a very critical condition at her and Jacktown had just as well were opened very early. The first greatly improved its looks. of Louis- of the great revival. to prevent my entrance, and as I Lottie Carson, Mr. Stewart Carson home with no hopes or recovery. Mr. Burch Buchanan, The meetings at the Baptist get out of the running for this year's recorded output in Kentucky coal was ducked and crowded through beside and Miss Lyle Cooper, Mr. Sam HarMiss Grace Good is at home form ville, was with the home folks Sat- church beginning Sunday morning pennant. in 1827 and that antedated the first her, I saw two men making very quick ris, Jr., and Miss Levisa Harris, Lexington, for a few days with her will continue each day during the A popular patriarchal lady of this output of Ohio just ten years. It was urday and Sunday, last. time in their exit through the rear Miss .Sallie Mills Craig and Master parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Good. Mrs. Jennie Tatem returned Tues- week at 3 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. city, expressed wonderment at not long after this until the first day from a visit to her sister, Mrs. The people of the town are cordially door. Without waiting to apologize for Shelton Saufley, Jr., punched. Miss Kate Warriner is with her my abruptness, I was quickly outside aunt, Mrs. W. M. Myers on Danville breakfast table, how many of her mine at Hawesville was being operat- Tanner at Harriman, Tenn. invited to attend and lend their best "Seven" would remember her birth-dat- e, ed by Captain John Lander with neMrs. Tate Entertains Rook Club. also in the rear. As soon as I was outavenue for a fewdays. Mr. David Newland has been sick help in the interest of the meeting. and had forgotten all about it, gro slaves, and the coal was hauled side the house I commanded the men Mrs. W. R. Williams is still very The subject Sunday morning will be Mrs. C. when her four daughters began to to barges on the river in ox carts, and for several, days. to halt. I had a repeating Henry rifle Rook Club E. Tate entertained the ill. Mr. George Stephenson has had "The Control of the Sacrifice." The most delightfully at her arrive at short intervals, success- much the same industry was comin my hand, and at the first command Dr. Chase is expecting his family subject Sunday evening will be, of grip. home on fully effecting about the most de- menced by Captain Triplett with a a severe spell Gooch one of the men stood, but did not nanusomeiy remoaeiea week. remains about "Fishers of Men." Every member Miss Maud West Main street Thursday after- in from Texas this hog turn entirely around, facing me; the noon. A salad course was served, cholera is now lightful and certainly most spectac- tramway from Bon Harbor hills to the same as when we wrote last. A great deal of of the church especially is urged to other turned his head, looking back, and victrola music was played by raging among the hogs of this section ular, surprise of her life, when she the river. The industry began to grow be present saw 73 candles ablaze on a birthday rapidly as the steamboats men began then started on again. I then order- Mrs. w . H. For County Judge. Shanks during the games. of the country. cake, which had been smuggled in. to learn the superiority of coal over ed him the second time to halt, and The highest score was General News Notes. The friends of Deputy Collector made by Mr... Loving remembrances by mail com- wood for the purpose of producing brought the gun to my shoulder, when ' bhelton Sauliey. In addition to the Casey county, has assigned to him prised the bunch and the old mother steam. As late, however,, as 1840 the Rowan Saufley, of Stanford, are urg'"""" """- tZJPS A Sante J'e train went over a the one who first stood gave me the members, guests were Mrs. W. ing him to stand for county judge. sign which every Master Mason un- Shanks, Miss Esther Burch, Mrs. H for this season by the (;. A. L. Club is again reassured. A venerable and industry had reached an output of He has always been an active party -foot trestle in California, killE. derstands, and he was at once under J. Brown, Miss Sue Rout, Miss Sue of baseball and hope to hear of him venerated mascot, the obverse side only 23,587 tons. On until the war worker, and is especially dear to the ing one man and injuring severaK my protection. He gave his name as The naval review in New York hardoing good work for the club. He of whose evening shadows is bright- there was gradual &rowth and 'then Democracy of his native county. genial sunshine. there was a serious drawback on ac When asked about the matter by an bor will begin May 8, according to James S. or J. J. Stratton, and, if I Woods, Mrs. J. W. Clark. has often played here and at other ened with warming up Work is the forget not, said he had' been sheriff Dance at Crab Orchard Tonight. places with the baseball team and at late unemployed, and a few of the count of the belligerency of gun- Advocate reporter Mr. Saufley ad- Navy Department plans. the women are states, though the government Cecil Hensley, of Cary. Bell coun or a deputy sheriff in Louisville. The all times did himself honor. He is a still on The Stanford and Crab Orchard grandson of Elias Kidd, of Liberty, the job of cutting wood for boats took large quantities of the mitted that he was seriously contem- ty, was run over and killed by an L. other Confederate's name was Felix plating making the coal for their use. When the war op& N. freight. He fell under the wheels Moses, a Frenchman, and he was from Dance Clubs will give a dance at and a son of James Wright, formerly heating and cooking stoves. Two claybank horses met on Main ened in 1861 the output had reached Advocate. He would make a model while attempting to get off. county, Ky. He could speak but Crab Orchard Springs tonight, to of this county. Boone one. which event the worshippers of Terpstreet lately, the t instance in a 285,760 tons, but during the years of Monroe Phillips, believed to be inlittle and very poor English. lifetime, and just what it portends the war it. fell off to 2,000 tons, and with hop- sichore are looking forward I write this extended article, Judge Marshall dismissed the conPaul Burnam, .son of Judge A. R. sane, ran amuck at Brunswick, Ga., in 1870, five years after the close of and killed five men and ing that if Bro. Stratton is still living, great pleasure. The big" ball room at test petition filed by the "drys" is still disturbing sleep of some. sevcashier Formerly when a grey horse jcame the war, it was only 150,582 tons. Burnam, has been elected Bank, of en others. He was killedwounded had your valued Journal, the Springs will be used and a good in Anderson and held that the loI may, through after he at done his the Southern National be enabled to hear from him, and, if orchestra will make music. cal option was legal. The "drys" to town a pink headed girl' was Since then the growth of coal mining Richmond to succeed J. E. Green-lea- f, fearful work. has been continous until at present possible, to meet with him, or at least will take the case to . the Court of surely on the scene. deceased. Quick Action Wanted the output is something over 20,000,-00- 0 Appeals. to communicate my best wishes to A Sluggish Liver Needs Attention Not Feeling "Just Right" tons. Owensboro Messenger. beWhen one is coughing and spitting him. If he has passed to the great They Know It's Safe ' Let your Liver get torpid and you yond, I would be very glad to hear with tickling throat, tightness in When you get tired early in the This and Five Cents Parents who know from experience are in for 'a spell of misery. EveryWelcome Information dav.i have bad breath or suffer from from any of his relatives. The above chest, soreness in throat and lungs Most middle aged men and women insist upon Foley's Honey and Tar body jrets an attack now and then. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut this slip, indigestionor constipation you will was the first and only time that I ev- when head is aching and the whole Liv-of people keep Comnound when buvine a medicine er seen the sign given outside of a body racked with a cough that won't enclose five cents and address clear- find Foley Cathartic Tablets quick are glad to learn that Foley Kidney for coughs, colds, croup and la grippe, i Thousands and healthy by their Dr. using ers active permit sleep-r-- he wants immediate re- ly. You will receive in return a trial and comfoitable in action. They are Puis give relief from Ianguidness, Masonic lodge room. Fraternally, ts, puf f- C. T. Lunceford, Washington, Ga,, King's New Life Pills. Fine for the THOS J. DANIEL. Late Lieutenant lief. Thousands say Foley's Honey package containing Foley's Honey wholesome and health giving. Mr. L. stiff and sore mucles and ness under eyes, ba bladder writes: "I have used it for six years Stomach, too. Stop the Dizziness, Colonel, Seventh Kentucky Volunteer and Tar Compound is the surest and and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds L. Levy, Green Bay, Wis., says: hey get and it never has failed. I think it is Constipation, Biliousness and Indigesgripe and effects is weakness and rheum Infantry. Member of Bullitt Lodge quickest acting medicine 'for coughs, and croup, Foley Kidney Pills, and "They do not drugs. the bfcst remedy made for coughs and tion. Clear the hjood. Only 25c at No. 155, F. & A. M., Shepherdsville, colds, croup and la grippe. Sold by all Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sold by all quick and jjure. The finest, cathartic results. Contain no ha: your druggist. 3 colds. Solufty all tlealers. Sold by all dealers. Sold by all dealers. s I ever usVd."' Ky. Address Bardstown Junction, Ky. dealers. dealers. Two More Bootleggers Caught. three-quarters three-quarters m. --sub-headin- g, book-keepe- Gari-baldia- ns v ni v two-centime- ter -- Tur-nersvi- lle J Em-xne- - -- -- boy-comi- ng timber-- Madi-sonvill- two-cour- se 7, .- '- - . I - 05 "" twenty-five- race.-r-Danv- ille fii-s- - ;,- - v " ."I i9& V v. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, March The Interior Journal 12, 1915. Your Attention II WALTON & SAUFLEY Editors and Managers. A TEAK 8TBICTL.Y IN ADVANCE mt is called to our report to Comptroller of the Currency in another column of this paper: Total Resources Over One Half Million Dollars. Total Deposits Two Hundred and Eleven Thousand'Dol-lars- . ' t Entered at the pottoffiee neond clan mail matter. Stanford dogs. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS is authorized The Interior Journal to announce the following candidates COOPER ENDORSES 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 YM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEAREN. The Farmers Bank, a new finan- r? at London, states in its advertising space in the local papers that neither its officers nor directors can borrow from that bank. It is evident that the bank officials have more confidence in those people they are not so well acquainted with than those with whom they are daily thrown in contact. Thus it is the more you know about man the more you are inclined to admire cial institution The time of year has come for the young man to think about and select that new Clothes Talk Spring Suit ' V A VA' ' $' for Y. M. C. A. WORK Weil-Know- n Man Becomes More Thoroughly Identified With Kentucky. Lexington, Ky., March 12. L. T. Cooper, the philanthropist who electrified Lexington by Mirnishing, at his own personal expense, the bread that is used in the Orphan's Homes in that city, who established a "Bread Line" for the. indigent poor, and who is conducting an agricultural exposition to encourage the farmers, whom he considers the bone and sinew of the land, became more thoroughly identified with Lexington in particular and central Kentucky in general, when he became a member of the Young Men's Christian AssoMr. Cooper was waited upon by a delegation of some of Lexington's n young men and invited to join the local Y. .il. C. A. Mr. not Cooper, a native Keh'tuckian, only accepted the invitation to become a member, but he! endorsed the work of one of Lexington's most deinstituserving and commendable best-know- Due from U. S. Treas., Banks and Cash Over Sixty Thousand Dollars. NO OVERDRAFTS 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. MARSHALL C.EWLAND BLUE SERGES will never go out of style. We show all pure IU Lincoln County National Bank Capital $100,000; $100,100. i "Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Ky. SAVES DAUGHTER Advice of Mother no Doubt Pre- NICE BUILDING LOT FOR SALE The lot north of my residence on Danville street, containing about three acres. This lot lays in an L" shape, running west and the north back of the Ellis place. : ' : : Mrs. Oma L. Proctor James H. Padgett No More. James H. Padgett, aged 77 years, died at the home of his son, P. M. Padgett, on the Tate farm Tuesday night, of senility, after a long illness. The remains were taken to Brodhead Wednesday for interment. Mr. Padgett had made his home in this county for about ten years with his son, who was his only child. His wife passed into the Great Beyond a number of years ago. He was a member of the Baptist cnurch and well liked by all who knew him. Excursion to Louisville. The L. & N. will run an excursion to Louisville on April 4, at $1.75 for Special coaches for the round-triwhite people will be reserved. The train will leave Stanford at 6:15 a. . p. vents Daughter's Untimely End. Ready, Ky. " I was not able to do anything for jiearly six months' writes Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and was down in bed for three months. I cannot tell you how I suffered with my head, and with nervousness and womanly troubles. Our family doctor told my husband he could not do me any good, and he had to give it up. We tried another doctor, bat he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought it was no use for 1 was nearly dead and nothing seemed to do me any good. But I took eleven bottles, and now I am able to do all of my work and my own washing. I think Cardui is the best medicine in the world. My weight has increased, and 1 look the picture of health. " If you suffer from any of the ailments peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui today. Delay is dangerous. We know it will help you, for it has helped so many thousands of other weak women in the past 50 years. At all druggists. Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies' Advisory DepL. Chattanooea, Tenn., for Sttcial book. "Home Imtruciiom on your case and e Treatment lor Women." in plain wrapper. N.& 199 m. Let the 1. J. do your job printing. John D. Wakefield. The Interior Journal, whose editors knew him well would endorse most sincerely the following beautiful and well deserved trbiute to the late John D. Wakefield, which appeared in the Louisville Times this week: The flag over the City Hall floats today, voicing the wideat half-maspread sorrow occasioned by the untimely death of John D. Wakefield, chairman of the Board of Public Works. It is meet that this concrete token of grief shoutd be displayed in memory of a public man, but those who knew him best know that symbols, cannot express the profound bereavement that is the portion of his many devoted friends. Mr. Wakefield had achieved more than ordinarily falls to the lot of the young man. He had filled high public offices and at the time of his death occupied a prominent position iu the business world. Coming to Louisville an obscure youth, he rose through industry and perseverance from a newspaper reporter to civic honors of which many a man might be proud. He was connected with the editorial departments of the Louisville Times and Courier-Journfoi a number of years, and those who were associated with him recall his high ideals and the zeal with which he worked to attain them. Nothing in his life was too small for infinite pains and nothing too great to be undertaken, with the feeling that conscientious effort would prevail in the end. Loyalty to his friends and a consecration to duty were two principles which he adopted for his guide in life, and he never swerved from either of them. It is not in public life that Mr. Wakefield will be missed most poignantly. The deepest grief is that which is felt by the hundreds who knew him intimately enough to appreciate his rare endowments of mind and his nobility of character. Whatever his achievements in public life have been and he has been honored in many ways his real crown is the heartfelt love which his graciousness inspired in all who knew him. In his passing the city loses a valued official, but this loss is insignificant in comparison with 'the deep bereavement sustained by his host of friends. st al till I "fftl&i iA 'a V wool ones for $10, $12.50, $15, $20 and $25. ciation. ; Km WT tions. The demand for Tanlac, the remarkable medicine tnat is now being introduced by Air. Cooper to prove his theories on health, is now the biggest thing of the kind ever seen in this section. The prepara a powerful tion is accomplishing amount of good among the thousands who suffer from catarrh,, stomach, liver and kidney complaints as well as rheumatism. Hundreds of those who have actually used Tanlac talk enthusiastically about the ' astonishing results they obtained from the medicine. Peter Geiser, living at 412 Clifton avenue, Lexington, said: "While I haven't used an entire bottle of Tanlac so far, yet I consider it the most woncerrul medicine I have ever seen- - I suffered for years with stomach kidney trouble. I also had headaches, indigestion, and attacks of rheumatism. "My troubles have all disappeared, and I can trace my remarkable improvement to no other cause than Tanlac. It is fine." Tanlac can now be obtained in Stanford from Penny's drug store. . SMALL PLAIDS are exceeding-lgood 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. y ::::::: McROBERTS & BAILEY Comer Main and Lancaster Here's What You Want The People's Market Place Advertise What You Have to Sell W. 21-- 1 IT IS A DANGEROUS PRACTICE to bandage up a sore throat with a heavy bandage, for the reason that as soon as the throat feels better, the bandage is removed, which exposes you to more serious ailments, use LOOK at our new Hog Post. H. Higgins. DON'T buy a corset until you see the "latest models in Spirella at Miss 21-- 2 Ella May Saunders'. REXAIX THROAT GARGLE. A prompt, pleasant, efficient remedy for Sore Throat, which does not discolor the teeth. We guarantee it to be satisfactory to you, or we will refund you r money without question. 25 and 50 cents Sold only by us. have our Spring millinery Misses Straub. of ' WE now up-to-da- te on display. 21-- 1 line GREEN BRIAR. Wedding presents at Mueller's Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Horton and Jewelry Store, Stanford. family, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Leach Sunday. AM ready to do Spring Sewing. Mr. Grover Watts anil brother, of Mrs. E. Wilkinson, Lancaster, Ave., 21-Maywood, spent Saturday night and 1 Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. 4t wWTOStnj&IB ADraft-Y- ou Catch Cold-Th-en Follows Coughs,Cold Stiff Neck Neuralgia "WiL Especially in the piercing pain of neuralgia or the dull throb of headache is Sloan's Liniment wonderfully relieving. Laid lightly on the part where the pain is felt, it gives at. once a feeling of comfort and ease that is most welcome to the overwrought sufferer. Hear What Other Say: "There are no Liniments that equal Sloan's. My husband has neuraluia very often, he ruos Sloan's on his face and that ia the last of it." Mrs. V. J. Brown, Route I, Box 1S1, Halli, Tenn. "I have used Sloan's Liniment for family use for years and would not bo without all lung it We have raised a family of ten children and have used it for croup and many, it trouble; also, as an antiseptic for wounds, of which children have a great can't be beat. My wife sprained her ankle last summer and it was in bad shape. Sloan's Liniment applied enabled her to be as Rood as ever in a week. I have used it eevcral times for sprains and rheumatism." John Nevcomb, R. R. No. S, Keokuk, Jova. SLOANS LINIMENT It works like magic, relieving Lumbago, Rheumatism, Sprains and Bruises. No rubbing just lay it on. Price 25c. All dealers. Sena four cents in stamps for TRIAL BOTTLE. Sent to any address in the U. S. DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc. Dept B. Philadelphia, Pa. Leach. ? - .,; .,; 25c meals at W. ee R. TRY one of those Misses Alma and , jmanda Willis & Sons' restaurant. They spent .the day Monday. witK"Hisses 20-are tine. " ( fSosbia and Martela Mnmcie Misses Sosbia and v Martela- MunBUFF ORPINGTONS Pure bred; cie entertained a vfew of their friends Sunday afternoon. Those eggs for sale at all times. 75 cents per present were: Misses Zora and Lau- setting. C. C. Withers. R. F.18--D. 2, 4. to know ra Sims, Messrs. Oba Francis, and Stanford, Ky. Editor Ed Shinnick wants what good reason there can be for Earnest and Earl Flint, of King's not calling a platform convention be- Mountain. All report a jolly time. All indebted to me please come fore the primary, and points out the Misses Eva and Alma Horton visit- and pay me, so we can start the Wat Hardin case as a precedent. We ed Miss Maisie Braswell Sunday. spring with clean fresh books. Miss 21-- 1 will show him a later one. In 1911 Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Muncie have Ella May Saunders. Gov. McCreary was nominated for been visiting their son, Mr. John M. governor, and a platform convention Muncie, near Crab Orchard. FOR SALE Two pair of mare was held AFTER the primary and the Mr. and Mrs, Levi Muncie, Misses mules, coming Also a democratic ticket won by 31,000 ma- Sisbia and Martela Muncie and Mr. fresh Jersey cow. W. (J. Floyd. 20-- 2 jority. What's the use of stirring up George Mc. Leach were callers at any more ill feeling and antagonism Mr. R. A. Woodie's Sunday night. Fifty bushels of pick between the different candidates and Mrs. R. A. Woodie's mother of ed FOR SALE for seed at $1.50 per silage corn their friends than is possible, as Southfork, is visiting her ths week. Traylor, R. F. D. No. would certainly be the case if a platMr. Eli Saylor and Bro. Henry bushel. A. T. 20tf 4, Stanford, Ky. form convention is held before the visited at Mr. A. C. Muncie. nominations are made. These fellows Mr. Virgil Reynolds of Buck Creek FOR SALE Four Shorthorn bull who are ranting for the platform be- spent Sunday night at Mr. Bud calves, 11 months old and registered. fore primary plan are not doing it Sims. ones. See them. They are first-clas- s for any love of the democratic party. HENRY BAUGHMAN, Hastonville. There's a nigger in the woodpile, as Whooping Cough every one familiar witK" state poliWell everyone knows the effect SINGLE COMB Brown Leghorn tics knows. of Pine Forest on Coughs. Dr. Bell's eggs from healthy, farm range, winis a remedy which ter layers. Fifteen for 60 cents, one brings quick relief for Whooping hundred for $3.00 cash. Erie C. Far-r- a, Superintendent of Public Instruc- Cough, loosens the Lancaster, Ky. Box 2.72. 18-- 8 tion Barkfdale Hamlett has been the lining of the mucous, soothes throat and lunes. made the butt end of a $10,000 dam- and makes the coughing spells less seage suit. J. McWilliams, of Wash vere. A family RHODE Island Red eeres SI ner ington county, wants his wounded should not be with growing children setting of 15, $5 per hundred. Mrs. without it. Keen it Wm. feelings healed to that extent be- handy ' for all Coughs and Colds. 25c. phone Logan, R. F. D. 4, Stanford, F cause Mr. Hamlett accused him of 13F40. being in league with J. W. Baxter at your Druggist. Electric Bitters a and E. B. Baxter in procuring and Spring Tonic. mare FOR SALE A selling examination questions used T. Q. Wallace, J. M. Hines and L. mule, about 1G 2 hands high, a by teachers in the public schools of splendid work mule. For further inAnderson county. If Mr. Hamlett S. Gardner, indicted for. the murder formation call on Mrs. Anna Bailey had succeeded in getting his salary of Houston Underwood at Irvine, or J. P. Bailey. 19-- 3 raiseu, as ne tneu xo ao wnen ne were taken to Richmond for safewas first inducted into office, he might keeping . DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office satisfy the aforesaid McWilliams in Lincoin County National Bank IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY with a roll and not miss the money. Building Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-et- o, KIDNEYS urinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, There were 240 cases of violent surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully deaths in New York City during Feb Stanford Readers Should Learn to tested, glasses scientifically presentKeep the Kidneys Well. 16-3ruary, o ot wmen were suicides. ed. What's the difference? Most any The kidneys have a big work to pit.v kind of death beats living" in FOR SALE Excelsior, the noted where as many as 5,000 people stay do. All the blood in the body is jack whose colts and weanlings have coursing through tne kidneys conin one nouse, many of whom never stantly to be freed or poisonous mat- sold from $65 to $125 and two years see daylight except when they ter. It is a heavy enough task when of age for $200. 75 per cent, of colts, emerge from the miserable underfemales. Two jennets. Also four Shetground hovels which poverty makes the kidneys are well, but a cold, chill, land ponies, two pair of mules. JAS-fever, or some thoughtless exposure for their abode. CARPENTER, Crab Orchard, Ky., is likely to irritate, inflame and congest the kidneys and interrupt the R. F. D. No. 1. 2t five-year-olPine-Tar-Honey Sunday with their sisterj--Mrs.ljE- dd Wall Paper-Hous- e Just what Paint at you want for Spring and the Lowest Prices. See our stock before you buy. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky . T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, 19-4- Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. sx-year-o- 1-- Go To Farris' For Your m Garden Tools And Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. G. IBIS IHi i' 111 THIS IS A MONEY MAKER. Come In And Let Mr. Rout Show You. Wt Strength Past Fifty Years cut be mafotakeel fey adtptiag lie right Boerkh- ment, aid Nature's wa oil- food in Scott t Emulsion JJHf W. H. Higgins, -- as strengtkeaed tireasaids of em and women to continue tbeir.werk and uefulnett for smut years. Scott's Ematmom is a food, a medi cine and a tonic to keep the blood rich, avoid rheumatism and thwart nervous conditions. It w free from alcohol or harm" ftri drugs. The bMt pbysioiaJM prescribe Tk Ajf k. M-- gs & purifying work. Then the aching frequently begins and is often accompanied by some irregularity of the urine too frequent passages, sediment or retention. Thousands testify to the wonderful merit of Doan's Kidney Pills, a remedy for the kidneys only, that has been used in kidney troubles 50 years. You will make no mistake in following this Stanford citizen's advice. "I was troubled some time ago by an .acute attack of kidney complaint" says Wi H. Mershon, of Lancaster pike, Stanford. 'My back ached constantly, and I had pains through my loins. I felt languid and tired easily. I took a box of Doan's Kidney Pills and they fixed me up all right, the second box practically curing me." Price 50c, at all dealer&i Don't simply1 ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the .same that Co.,- - MONEY TO LOAN Applications received for loans from $100.00 to $10,000.00, on improved, and unim- 1 proved town property and farm lands. Interest eight per cent, straight. Interest payable annually or Time: one to ten years. Applicants for loans will please give description', location, and valuation of property offered as security for loan. State improvements and valuation of same. We want County representatives to receive applications, for loans, appraise property, and serve as our exclusive representative. Attorney or real estate man preferred. Applicants for loans, and applicants foi: agencies positively required to furnish at least two character references and semi-annuall- y. Spring Footwear. ' We have many styles in Men's and Ladies' Oxfords for you to select from. ' Come in and look them over. Easter time is near. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky- Mr, Mershon bad., T'ropg., Buffalo,- - Fter-Milbur- n ,lfr N.lfc particulars, and prompt reply. Write Southern. Office, Southeastern Morteraire Loan Assn.. Fourth Nat'l 15-- 4 Batik Bldg., Atlanta Ga. J -- r.tamps, for application blanks, full Let the I. J. print your horse and jack cards. -' kv. .& r', 4a v V - M ' KcV' V 'vT vt -- . : 7 -' ' The Interior Journal, Stanf ordentuckyr Endayr March 2,1 9 V5. PROF. V. f LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, Overdrafts in the State of Kentucky, at close of business, March 4, 1915. RESOURCES .$334,618.76 . .. ......---Loans and Discounts.... .00 --- -; No. 5132 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE 0; GILBERT WOULD ! ,, i PARLOR. GROVE HEAD SCHOOL SYSTEM U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par ....$100,000.00 value) Other securities deposited to secure circulation 28600.00 t (book value) 3,000.00 Other bonds pledged to secure postal savings Subscription to stock of Federal Re$J2,100.00 serve bank ,.f r.n',A furniture and 8.042.50 $500 4,057.50 fixtures, Banking house, $10,250; rn. from Fderal Reserve bank in central reDue from approved reserve agents 2,166.63 . serve cities approved reserve agents in other re- Due from 25,350.50 . srve cities from banks and bankers (other than included in 12 or 13) Due Outside checks and other cash items, $ no; fractionel cur. rency and cents, $155.44 .: Checks on banks in the same city or town as reporting bank.... Notes of other national banks Lawful money reserve in bank: -- .. Announces His Candidacy for Nomination f oi SUPERINTENDENT OF Democratic ! . - 128,600.00 3,000.00 4,057.50 PUBLIC INSTRUCTION t. 1?'In2 'nn His Life Has Been Devoted to the Work -- 3,500.00 notes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than 5 per cent on circulation) Due from U. S. Treasurer; Documentary Stamps Legal-tender Specie - 13,599.00 Total Capital stock paid in Surplus fund LIABILITIES $6,410.65 12.17 interest and taxes t Undivided profits Reserved for court costs Less current expenses, 6,422.82 1,876.53 paid 118,000.00 ...'. Circulating notes Less amount on hand and in Treasury for 1,700.00 redemption or in transit Due to banks and bankers (other than included in 5 or 6) Demand deposits: 177,438.46 Individual deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 9,708.00 days , 872.72 Postal savings deposits -- -- career at the age of t sixteen jin a country school, I have served as best I could as teacher in the rural schools, as county superintendent of schools, as city superintendent of "Schools, as e instructor in one of normal schools and as assistant fpr over three years to the state superintendent of ' public instruction duringthe present administration. "'During this long careeT as a school 87.67 faithfully and continuously worked in the public school system. Teaching man, I have never wavered in my de$542,677.73 in country schools, serving as county votion to the schools of my native superintendent, city superintendent, state. It has been and will continue being for more than six years a mem- to be my life's work, "I am familiar with all the duties of 100,100.00 ber of the faculty of the Western Kentucky State Normal, and having been the office to which I aspire, .and I am ' assistant state superintendent for familiar with the entire field from ac' pearly three years and a half, has tual experience. 4,546.29 given him special training for the of"If I am nominated and elected, I pledge myself unreservedly to the fice he seeks. During all these years Professor following policies: 116,300.00 Gilbert has made a thorough study "FirsJ To administer' the office or 2,526.40 of the state superintendent as"; economically of the conditions and needss public schools of Kentucky. His an- as it can bedono, consistent'with effProfessor V. 0. Gilbert of Franklin, 27,517.13 assistant state superintendent, has an5,478.28 nounced himself a candi'date for e 155.44 Democratic nomination for state su13.95 perintendent of public instruction in 400.00 the August primary election. Born and reared on a farm, experienced in the hard school of poverty, 17,099.00 he early chose teaching for a profesover thirty years has 6,600.00 sion and for t-i- our-stat- $1'?' of King's Mountain, filled the Parlor Grove appointment Sunday, as Rev. Wright was conducting a meeting at Middleburg. Mr. Fred Horton and wife, of Danville spent Thursday and Friday with the former's sister, Mrs. David Wall. Mr. Fred Gooch, spent Monday night of last week at the home of Jarrett Johnson. Mr. Garrlie Burton died of tuberculosis Friday of last wek and his remains were laid to rest in the King's Mountain cemetery. He leaves fa ther, mother, three sisters, brother, wife and five children. Mrs. Jula Rulon and baby, of Lexington, have returned to her home after a visit to her parents and other relatives.. Mr. R. E. Horton was a court day visitor at Lancaster. Sims Messrs. Craig and Wesley have returned from Stanford, where they have been serving' on the jury. Mr. arid Mrs. Oscar McCoy and daughter, Margaret left for thenr new home in Grant county Friday. Mr. W. H. McGoy remained until Sunday to transact some business. Miss Maisie Braswell visited relatives in Walltown, Casey county, the first of the week. Mr. Sam Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jones of this place, and Miss Delta Roberts of Whitley City,-wer- e united in marriage at W;nfield, Tenn., Feb. 22. They are now visiting the groom's parents and will soon go to housekeeping in this neighborRev. Smith, hood. Mr. Offer Horton' and family, of Casey county, spnt last week with Mr. Dacid Wall and family. Mr. Webb and brother, from Floyd r-in-law, You Can Buy Cheaper At t Lyons' Busy Cash Store. We sell strictly for cash, and as we do not carry accounts, are enabled to undersell our PURCHASE WE GIVE TICKETS, and will pay Four Per Cent, in trade when they are returned. If you want to SAVE MONEY, come" to our store. Ladies' and Gent's Fuanishings, Shoes, Hats, Clothing" and Dress Goods at Bargain Prices. competitors. WITH EACH Lyons' Busy Cash Store: Next to Postoffice, Stanford, Ky. -- 't 188,019.18 21,185.86 10,000.00 Time Deposits: days Bills payable, ncluding obligations representing money borrowed - Certificates of Deposit due on or after 30 ... iciency, nouncement follows: i" n with the "Second To "To the People of Kentucky: "I am a candidate for the office of county superintendents of. thestate, superintendent of public instruction,' and to aid them in every possible way 21,185.86 10,000.00 county are staying with their brotheRece Bennett. They will be joined "by their parents and will live on the farm recently occupied by Mr. Oscar McCoy and family, which Mr. Webb purchased of Mr. John Townsend. Mr. David Newsom, of Fishing Creek, snent Sundav nicht at. flip home of Mr. Henderson Goff. Mrs. Eli Saylor of Pulaski county, visited at the home of her brother, Mr. Jarrett Johnson the first of the week. Mrs. Hamic took dinner with Mrs. Mesa Wall Sunday of last week. Mrs. Ella Eennett and Mrs. Elmer A $542,677.73 Total Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: State of bank, do solemnly swear 1, W. M. Bright, Cashier of the above-name- d 'swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and W. M. BRIQHT, Cashier. belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me Correst Attest: this 9th day of 'March, 1915, W. H. SHANKS Notary Public My Commission Expires Feb. 3, 1916. W. W. SAUNDERS, J. B. PAXTON, J. W. ROCHESTER Directors No. 2788 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at close of business March 4, 1915. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve $4,800.00 bank 3,200.00 $1,600.00 Less amount unpaid 2,945.00 All other stocks, including premium on same Banking house, $4,625.00;. furniture and fixtures,jj$2,173.50 . Other real estate owned Due from Federal Reserve bank 'j)ue from approved reserve agents in central 183.03 reserve cities Due from approved reserve agents in other re3,316.94 serve cities Due from banks and bankers (other than included in 12 or . 13) Outside checks and other cash items, $66.78; fractional currency, nickels and cents, $149.25 Notes of other national banks Lawful money reserve in bank: -- Overdrafts . . $185,496.22 .00 50,000.00 .- '3",06950 2,649.60 3,069.50 4,545.00 3,499.97 .50 216.03 300.00 9,398.20 Legal-tendnotes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than 5 per cent on circulation) x er Specie . 8,674.20 724.00 ' 2,500.00 .5268,473.52 $ 50,000.00 28,500.00 1,324.28 50.00Q.OO Total i ,. LIABILITIES .'. Capital stock paid in . Surplus Fund .'. Undivided profits ,. $2,653.20 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid " 1,328.92 Circulating notes 50,000.00 Due to banks and bankers (other than included in 5 or 6) Demand deposits: Indivdiual deposits subject to check , 111,825.92 1,471.39 111,825.92 20,351.93 Time Deposits: Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days 12,320.00 Deposits subject to 30 or more days' notice 8,031.93 Bills payable, including obligations representing money 5,000.00 ; Total . $268,473.52 State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: I, H. C. Baughman, Cashier of the above-name- d bank, do solemnly schools, and swear that the above statement it true to the best of my knowledge and' supervision of . ministration of public schools. belief. H. C. BAUGHMAN. Cashier "By these standards I am willing Subscribed and sworn to before Correct Attest: J. S HOCKER, to be judged, recognizing that it is me this 10th day of March, 1915 S. T HARRIS, the right and the duty of' the people W. M. BRIGHT, M. D. ELMORE, to select the candidate best qualified Notary Public Directors by nature and training for the posi. tion. "In the first place, I want the position andwant it intensely, because it is a high honor, because it is a promotion, because it offers a field for faithful service, because I feel that I am competent to perform the duties of the office, and because I will do my very best to merit the confidence reposed in me. years I "For more than twenty-tw- o have given my life to school work in this my native state. Beginning my Morris and daughter, Margery attended a dinner party given by Mrs. E. L. Gadberry, of Waynesburg, in 1 1 honor of her mother, Mrs. Wm. Kin-cai- d of Elizabethtown. Mr. Fred Horton has bought M. J. Morgan's interest in the store, and is moving the stock to Walltown. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Bell, Sr., were To 50 cents on $7,026,871 taxable pr operty certified by Auditor $35,134.36 Sunday visitors with Mr. Wm Bell, To 50c on $34,164 taxable property listed by County Clerk 170.82 Jr., and family of Ring's Mountain. Railroad Tangible Tax Mr. Jerome McCoy visited friends in this neighborhood the first of the To 50 cents on $649,010 C. N. O. & T. P. R. R. Co. 3,245.05 week. To 50 cents on $428,954 L.& N. R.R. Co. (Lebanon branch)... 2,144.7-Messrs. Clarence Bruner and Fred To 50 cents on $22,700 L.& N. R.R. Co (Richmond branch) 113.50 Spradlin, of Whitley City, were visRailroad Franchise itors at the home of A. W. Jones To 50 cents on $669,963 C. N. O. & T. P. R. R. Co 3,349.81 Monday. 1,573.18 Miss Vesta Sims and brother, To 50 cents on $314,636 L.& N. R.R. Co. (Lebanon branch) 314.35 Earl, visited part of last week with To 50 cents on $62,871 L.& N. R.R. Co. (Richmond branch their sister, Mrs. Will Reynolds. Other Franchise Taxes There was a box social at the home Southern Company 50 30 . of J. C. Hundley last week for the To 50c on $10,061,CumberlandExpress Tel Co. -- 4o'.03 benefit of the church. Owing to lack To 50c on $9,006American Tel. Tel. & Co. ..'. & Tel. To 50c on $869 4 34 of announcement there was a small To 50c on $20;000 Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co lOO.'oO attendance. There will be another for To 50c on $5,230 Hustonville Telephone Co 26.15 the same purpose" at the 0. K. schooj To 50c on $16,756 Western "Union Telegraph Co 83.78 house Friday night. 42.11 Mrs. Elizabeth Perkins, the aged To 50c or. $8,422 Pullman Co ,MA KmKKrmL mother of Mrs. A. W. Jones, had the HtflnfiiiifflfiM Lincoln County Bank Tax .mMksimt, .ammmmmmnv.tyr: ' r l misfortune to fall and dislocate her To 50c on $57,505, The National Bank of Hustonville, Ky., 286.28 hip, Feb. 28th. Dr. Caidwell, of WayTo 50c on $20,560 The Peoples' Bank of Hustonville, Ky., 102.80 .; i nesburg and Dr. Smith, of King's To 50c on $11,064, Bank of Moreland, Ky., 55.32 Mountain attended her, but owing to To 50 cents on $11,851 McKinneyDeposit Bank .. 59.25 old age and poor health the shock To 50c on $157,264 Lincoln County National Bank, Stanford,.. 786.32 "" " proved too much, and she departed To 50c on $60,264 First National Bank, Stanford : 281.87 from this life Monday, March 1st. To 50c on $12,620 Crab Orchard Banking Company 63.10 The family and neighbors lid all in To 50c on $13,520 Waynesburg Deposit Bank PROF. V. 0. GILBERT. . 67.60 their power to ease her pain but the To 50 cents on $30,551 State Bank & Trust Co., Stanford 152.76 To 4,327 polls returned by Assessor at $1.50 each subject to the action of the Demo- in the great work of buiiding up an suffering was too intense. The re'... 6,490.50 To 200 polls listed by the County Clerk at $1.50 each efficient system of schools. My pol- mains were laid to rest in the Wood300.00 cratic primary,' August, 1913. greatest icy shall always be to help, not to stock cemetery beside the grave of "This office is one of the her husband. " 3fl $55,043.35 importance to the slate and every binder. The regular prayer meeting of ParThe Sheriff is entitled to the following credits: "Tliird To make the department of lor Grove church was held man who offers himself as a candidate at the By 50 cents on delinquent property . 92.22 $ for it should be able to give satisfac- education serve the classified cities home of J. C. Hundley Wednesday of By 50 cents on $18,444 duplicated property 199.36 every possible way. To this end I last week and was a most helpful one. By 50 cents on $39,872 property tory evidence of fitness for the high in $12,538 exonerated by county court 62.69 Mr. and Mrs. Will Reynolds spent By 50 cents oh $51,845 sold to state and county shall seek for ways to serve the city position. . 259.22 Sunday at the home of W. F. Sims By amount of dirt road claims "The best evidences of fitness for boards of education and city superin8,735.05 and family. By 1,426 delinquent polls, less $213 any school position are devotion to tendents. .'. 1,926.00 Mr.A. W. Jones and daughter, By amount paid County Treasurer as receipts filed!! in every "Fourth To 35,245.02 the cause of education and profesRachel, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones, Mrs. By Sheriff's commission for. collecting levy andherewithtax school 2,874.05 sional training. No rfltn is worthy of helpful way with the boards of which Henderson Goff, Messrs. 5,649.74 great office of state superintend- the state superintendent may be a Johnson and T. G. Bennett Jarrett By receipt of County Treasurer to balance account the attended ent whose life has not shown a sin- member. the burial of Mrs. Elizabeth Perkins $55,043.35 "Fifth To the organization of at Woodstock, Pulaski county, Tuesgleness of purpose in the work of edof which is submitted to the court. This, All ucation; and no man can be capable courses of study, so as to adjust the day. Messrs. R. E. Horton and Will Horunless he has had a rich experience educational machinery and work of February 27th, 1 9 1 5, G. B. Cooper, Commissioner. in the kinds of duties that prepare the schools to the practical living ton are improving their farms by putone for the state superintendency. needs of the community at large, and ting up new fences along the pike. Rev. Smith, of King's Mountain, These duties are of three kinds: Ac- te hold constantly before the children took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Sam LOWEST PRICES ON HORSE AND JACK CARDS AT THE I. J. OFFICE temperance, culture and Wright tual teaching in .the public schools, examples of Sunday. adgood citizenship. public 7 j Wv y ,. v- - V3&&gHk 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. Weatherf ord, 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. . Tax " V HasBiiili -- SEED OATS! Car Northern White Seed Just Arrived J. H. Baughman & Co. especially "Sixth To with the illiteracy,, commission. The state superintendent is made by law a member of this commission, and I with shall most heartily the commission in its great work of eliminating adult illiteracy and illiteracy in general. "My whole heart; my very life, is in the work; I have had the opportunity for all this- training; I have done my best wherever I have worked; .and I shall redeem to the letter in good faith every promise made or implied ,TJpon this in this announcement. platform I am earnestly seeking the suffrage of the voters. "Yours for service, "V. 0. GILBERT." te te 33,000 Cases of Trachoma. - ' ,y Stanford, Ky. i j'Ifet the I. J. print your horse and jack cardsf - "Take It Back Dav." In a town down in Western Kentucky not long ago, the citizens celebrated "Take It Back Day."". In consequence, it is stated many articles that had been borrowed, were taken home and some of the residents entered so fully into the spirit of the occasion as to "take back" unkind words that they had spoken to their neighbors. "Take It Back Day" is not a bad institution. The, habit o'f borrowing is rather, well deyeloped in most small towns. Unfortunately the "taking back" habit is not so much in evidence. Those who are quick to borrow are oftentimes slow to return. There are some who are punctilious about "taking back" but the great majority ure dispese'd to be forgetful or negligent. Some neighbors, too, are prone to say unkind things. about their fellow citizens and there is more reluetance about "taking back"- - assertions of the mountain section of Kentucky alone, according to figures of the Public Health Servipp. l?m-o;?m migration, it is said, cannot be Diamed for the prevalence of this eye affliction, as most of the people in that section of the State are of old American stock. Hitherto the disease has been regarded as a foreign complaint, not existing to any extent in any part of this country. The official estimate of 33,000' cases is regarded as conservative. Hospitals have been established to cure the disease, and a campaign of educating the people to a knowledge of preventative measures has been established, as a part of the general to eradicate the disease. cam-paig- n, thousand cases of trachoma, or granulated eyelids, exist in Thirty-thre- e m 70 73 SRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR FAST WINTER SERVICE TO to 73 m 7Z 73 to m 73 to 70 73 73 70 to to 73 to 73 to to to FLORIDA Via 73 to to 73 to 73 SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South m 73 to to 73 this kind than there is about returning "borrowed implements or articles of other kinds. It would be better not to say these things in the first place. The more "taKing back" can not repair the damage, which may be likened to the aphorism ahout giving a dog a bad name. "Take It Back Day" ought to be worth something as a neighborhood- harmohizer nrwl ne n TYipHinm for- nrnm n tins' the get-togeth- to to 73 to 73 73 RAT CORN Mice w 73 to "ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" 73 to High-clas- s, steel equipped train; through Drawing-roo73 Pullman Sleeping Cars to Asheville and Jacksonville. to 73 STEEL COACHES-NE- W to . DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted to 73 to 73 Other Famous Southern Resorts Aiken Augusta Charleston Columbia , to 73 tn?LKILL to 73 73 er IT MUMMIES THEM Harmless, to human helngs, or live Cultivate Habit- of - Laughter stock. Rid your place of these pests - f-Laughter is a quickening, healthful without smell or danger. Order u life impulse. Try it. Its best recom- can today. Price 50c. and a $1.00 a mendation is in itself. It vitalizes the can or G3 pail $5.1)0." Postage paid, blood improves the digestion, ftflt the troubled spirit, and .cor- say. corn is guaranteed to do all we Wt BUSH NELSON, Lexington. rects the astigmatic vision- which gives us a distorted view of life. tran-quilizes eral welfare of a city, town or munity. Courier-Journa- l. portant to the progress ana tne spirit which is so im gencom- u(ats and Savannah Summerville to Very Low Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourist 73 Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features. to to tol r A- - tol tol 73 7& car tot service? communicate For information as to schedules, fares and through sleeping wih your local agent, or . B H. TODD, District Passenger Acnt Starks BHildUatf, Louisville, Ky. W 7& COO 53 - RSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR t 4 v 3 m'. The Interior Journal, i s Stanforofacy. '?. -- v Friday; March 12, 1915. Road Chat i Candidate For Nomination as 'Auditor of Piblic Accounts Is Well Known Farmer and Live Stock Ian. a; ' S v f clMW A iiHIHHHHBfilHllfllH'llHillllrO (By Jacob Gander) People are talking on many things these days out of their own will. Let i me deliver a short address in case of need on a subject which is a very dirty one especially at this time ot the year. Who of the kind and gentle readers of this paper have ever heard of a road in Lincoln county by the name of Newland's Lane? This word includes all the misery that can be shown by a road and expressed in a name. All those who live on this road know it and had an opportunity t find out. We might ask the disciples (Johnjp) Who did sin, them or their parents? That they are in the mud. They are in it and some times deep. You might say: "Why don't the people, living on that road work it and .put it in better condition?" It T,iIfMrM)J ; i. t M. i - . , IfFf!fTr9!lBW mm For Infants and Children. m The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER r.VKi AXgelablerVeparalionforAsImglltcSiomachsandBowlsflf - arauaungiiBtMamflfegife IkUJLlLJjnmfWpmm Promotes DfecsKonJChfcifu!-1 Bears the Signature of rv lV has been done very carefully every year. The writer of this was helping and did his part with the others for the last 13 years. Many hundred loads of slate, the only material which was at our disposal, have been put on the road with no result as the one showing, that Newland's Lane cannot be worked and put in good condition way of dirt-roa- d by the working. Every citizen and taxpayer has a right to a road. Where is our road and where is our part? I expected four loads of lumber last spring; two loads were delivered. The first team was able to pass the ed ness and Rest.Contalnsneitter OpiunuMorphiiie norrliuerd. Not Narcotic. jtoiseSttd AW 'n Use EccyeofOMDzSMrfT.FmBER Rimf&h Seed" JkMe&ll- s- fipanm- t- HiCaitmekSih fUrm&fJ- 7isHflrrfJ&wr. yiit&nrieriTltnsti BTHftJCj Iwwsl A, Hon , Sour Stomch.DlarrftdEi Worms.CoronlsiOHS.reveristi-nes- Aperfcct Remedy forConsflsa; ; s I ii H hi i'i w niiiiii immmiu kwf1 III W II iPk4Sii nsBb I I mncf rTanrrarnnc mrt: Vm cppnnH nno stuck fast in the mud and the horses uj. uulh leauis weie uiuium iu muve the load. The lumber had to be un loaded, passed over the fence and carried quite a distance to be reload- -' ed on the wagon, the road being im-- I passable for pedestrians. It is need- less to say. that I am still waiting f or other two loads. for the ll "1 Tl anu oi it is tne opinion this ine writer sufall those living on road and V m :oo'ai -- andLoss or Sleep. of - ft Jr ntJ PacS'mrJe Signature For Over The Centaur Compahs; NEW YORK. Thirty Years 1 fering under the deplorable conditions that relief can come only from Guaranteed underlhe Koodj Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TMC CCNTAUR COMPANY. NCW YORK CITY. CUIFTOX W-a- f il JW CLOTHES- - " a'&T "" m gUnMT(CO. SPRING IS HERE. l New Clothing; better than past seasons'. All shades, prices and styles. Oxfords of all leathers. Straw Hats, Panamas and Felts. Shirts in Silks, Flannels and Fancy Percales. ROBINSON'S Boots & Herbs ffipp GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according: to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Moo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the S of Testimonials. AR, the Great Body-Ton- ic SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write COM-CEL-Bible.-Thousand- s CHARLIE WHITE-MOOTbt Cowloy Eersalist oicinator or WHITE-MUM-S CHEYENNE INDIAN Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N RIMEDIES . SCIENCE SOFE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky WOOL. We are paying the Highest Market Price for Wool. We are representing Springfield Woolen Mills, formerly representey by J. D. Eads & Co. See PENCE & HILL, Stanford. H. H. COLYER, RICHMOND, Kr AM A CANDIDATE for the responsible office of A iditor of Public Ac- counts of the State of Kentucky. Recoanizinsr tl e important consid- ,. . avntinn cnVoYi in aU.ia.o4mw nM uiiiuiui mat win measure up to , v.. wii .uu.j-ui- 6 uu nffi.l.l i a iit tne ability and fitness for this high office, i submit the testimonials of those Informed of m private life. To be Auditor of the great CommoaWeallh of Kentucky Is not a new ambition its honors are supreme and i irth fighting for. 1 am not entering this contest upon ttie advice of a Upr local friends. A careful scrtitiny by my frinrts from every section of ihe state of all the usual politick conditions have determined that my representation in this primary is not likeBy to be a final second. I am a fanner and live stock dealer I am interested in systemizing of agricultural interests for greater reBults and less hardships. My political aspirations have been focused on this office for quite a while. Believing now that the election experience of the Democratic voters of Kentucky in the past ha? put them "wise" to 'the dnngers and undemocratic system of swapping slate offices, inspires me tffth the belief that the time is ripe and the voters are ready to give to I'ventuckv's administration what they want in the form of a square deal. believe in fighting for justice and meriting the honors given. I believe that officials should be required to do as the toiling farmer earn the emoluments of his office by the sweat of his brow. I believe that when ever? official of Kentucky has labored nard for an economical administration thathe taxpayens will be greatly relieved. I am not for creating more offices, but for "dispensing with eve,ry one that is superfluous. I began voting tcjmperance, and will continue to do so as Jong as I have the sovereign yight I am for the election of every Democrat that is worthy enough to win his. nomination, and for the defeat of eveiy Republican, whether he won or stole his nomination, as In either case he would be wrong and never right. If I am elected which I believe from the public expression I will be I promise, now that the Commonwealth of Kentucky will never have a cause for suspicion of irrpgular management in my office; and that everv emplos'o will be of the highest type of fitness for the duties assigned. I expect to conduct my campaign on purely honorable Democratic principles I am as much opposed 'to violating our election laws as I am of every other law enacted by a righteous tribunal. I hope to have the pleasure of meeting with every Democrat in Kentucky between now and the 7th uiy ui next august, w jen tne hnal results will have been declare! T will cherish the memory of mj supporters and will fight for Democratic su- premacy. Testimonial From Madison County Democratic Committee. in nenait, or the Democrats of Madison county, and throu many iiner rqbreseniauve Democrats from other spp.Hnns nf tha ctoto t v pleasuie in presenting H. II. Colyer to the Democrats Kentucky, as a man capable and worthy for the high office of Auditor of Public Accounts, which he is now seeking. He is now and has always been loyal and aggressive for the success of Democratic supremacy. His morals and Integ-iltare above reproach. If nominated, we predict that he will lead our Democratic ticket in November. Respectfully, "W. A. LANGFORD, "Chairman Democratro County Committee." The "Kentuckv Register" and " of Richmond Ky. ' ' say, regai-dinMr. Colyeri "It Is a pleasure to endorse a man of Mr. Colyer-'- worth for any office that he may seek. We haveknown him long and intimately, and can testify to the splendid quality of Jjiis Democracy, and to the value of his services to the party. Especially does it give us pleasure to say something of his value to the newspapers of this section. He has been one strongest frirnds the craft has ever had. He has been a consistent of the friend of the local publishers, has supported them morally and financially and has alwavs taken an active interest in the uplift and advancement of the journalistic profession." tu the county building a pike about two miles long with the assistance of all concerned. Back of these two miles are two colored settlements, Boneyville and Davisville, with more than 100 inhabitants, hardworking and taxpay-in- g people. Many of them work in town and have to pass the road every day. It is our race which imported them and it is our duty to help them. Further back are good farms, whose owners depend on this road for going to town, the branches leading to Hustonville pike and Beck's Lane, being impassable after heavy rains. There is also a GerMan congregation on this road with a church and parsonage and a Baptist congregation with a new church which has members in town and it is very often quite impossible for the people to get through the mud and attend services. Rural Route No. 3 also runs through this road which is the worst one and a disgrace to our prosperous county, especially in that part called Newland's Lane. There are two reasons why the attention of the proper authorities should be calledto this road first of all: First It cannot be worked by the old way on account of the nature of the ground, (clay with an underground which lets no water through.) Second There is no other road going out into the pike which leads to town in nearly so bad a condition as this awful mud road, called in its worst section Newland's Lane. PREACHERSVILLE Mr. Charles Vaught of Danville and Miss Luna Brown, of this place, drove to Stanford on last Wednesday afternoon, where they were joined heart and hand by Rev. D. M. Walker. They left immediately for the home of the bride, where the wedding supper was served. Those who partook of the supper were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vaught. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Peterson, Mr. Graden Proctor and Miss Carrie Naylor, Mr. Charley Naylor and Miss Jalie Brown, Misses Maggie Vaught and Alzia S.owder, Mr. and Mrs. F. L.' Thompson and children and Mr .and Mrs. W. E. Jordan. Mrs. Wm Sprinkles is visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. L. Thompson. Mr. Rov Mastin. of Sliplhv f!itv was a pleasant caller in our town Sat urday and Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Brown is suffering with the grip. Mr. Charley Naylor and pretty sister, Miss Carrie, were visiting their brother, Mr. Wm Naylor of Stanford Saturday and Sunday. When You Have a Policy Written by Bromley & Bromley Insurance Agents You Know That It Is Worth Face Value When Called For Payment. Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, Plate Glass, etc. "Not Here for a Day, But For All Time' Stanford, Kentucky. Now Is The Time To Have Youi Rubber Tires Put On. I am Splendidly Prepared to do it Prices From $12 To $16. u jf E. T.PEN CE, Stanford, Ky. Rex Coal Black Star Black Crescent All hot, free Burners No soot, ; y 'Climax-Madisonian- g s ml V ft V'Tr'-V- '. STOP AND THINK BARGAINS BARGAINS To My Friends: You see in the papers of Clearance Sales to sell to make room for new goods. That means a small cut on goods. But I mean to sell to PAY MY Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Newspapers in Kentucky According to the latest report there are 309 newspapers in Kentucky, semi-weekl- y, Girls Do the Courting few ashes vt ng Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. and one three times a year. The places of publication number 159, of which 113 are county seats. There are seven county seats in Kentucky at which no paper is published. 29 dailies, two triAveekly, 24 213 weekly, 7 semi monthly, one 2 quarterly ly, E. B. Campbell, INSURE Your Property in the made-to-ord- Stanford. TO THE PUBLIC. rBuy Gold MedeJ- The Sure Growing Kind SEEPS Produce Wanted ! still continue to buy your CHICKENS, EGGS' tfhd HIDES at. the Highest Market Prices, at The Garage on Cut Off Pike,.. ESTILL CARTER. I will Phose 203. . rietd Philippine natives believe in forms of women's rights, when it comes to choosing a hus band. For instance, the'Bontoc Igor-rotleave all the courting to the girls. While theworldly goods of the proposed father-m-lahave some bearing upon the ardor of the young lady's wooing, still there are certain requirements whjch must be lived up to by the young men namely, he must either have secured the head of an enemy or he must be in the employ of an American. In other words, he must be a brave man according to Igorrote standards or he must be in a fair way to attain a good "living. es w DEBTS. We will start sales MARCH 1st and continue 30 days. We have a splendid stock of SHOES about 400 pair Ladies' and Gents, Boys and Girls; DRY GOODS and NOTIONS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, HARDWARE, TINWARE, REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham Etc. These goods will be sold UNDER COST. Groceries will be sold at COST during the 30 days' sales. COME AND GET A BARGAIN. LAFE MORGAN. Milledgeville, Ky. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORID A-C- UB A-NE- W ORLEANS Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents Stanford, Kentucky A- clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the .making of your clothes, gives me the advantage overvone who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I 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 jme show you. ,H. C. RUPLEY, tke Practical Tail er will-promi- I represent the largest and best If be can't supply you, write as direct. 2nd and Main Buy them from your local seed dealer. LOUISVILLE SEED CO. LotriavMe, Ky. FIELD SEEDS. have a full line of e Field Seeds which I am- offering at very attractive prices. If interested, ask for samples and prices. I high-grad-- AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED 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 -- - For Particulars Apply to Agent or Address Any-Tick- et se B. C. KING, 101 Jass'r.aud Ticket Ageii East Main St., Lexington, Ky. W. BUSH NELSON, Lexington, 4 Y TeIepkoHe-16'- 4 - - Kentucky. STANFORD : : KENTUCKY t. ' See the!. J. for lowest price on horse and jack carcfe i J r. y fr The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, March 12, GIRLS! RULES AND REGULATIONS Governing Saving! Deposits STOP WASHING 191 5. THE HAIR WITH SOAP Soap Dries Your Scalp, Causing druff, Then Hair Falls Out Try This Next Time. -- Dan- COLDS An up-to-da- First National Bank, STANFORD, KY., Savings Department openfrom 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. te remedy for Saturdays to 5 P. M. Deposits received from semi-annually 1.00 upv Interest will be paid at the rate of 3 per cent compounded January and July. . Computation of Interest Any money deposited on or before the 5th of the month will be allowed interest from the first of the month. Any money deposited after the 5th of the month will be allowed interest from the '- - first of the following month. Withdrawals Money may be withdrawn by check- - only upon the presentation of the pass book. No checks will be paid without the pass book. "The presentation of the pass book shall be the Bank's authority for paying the money. Do not lose your pass book. In consideration of the bank paying interest on deposits, it requires 30 days'- notice before withdrawal of funds. The Bank reserves the right to make any changes in the above rules at any time. - always apply a little Danderine to the scalp to invigorate the hair and prevent dryness Better still, use soap as sparingly as possible, and instead have a . "Danderine Hair Cleanse." Just moisten a cloth with Danderine and draw it carefully through your hair, taking one strand at a time. This will remove dust, dirt and excessive oil. In a few minutes you will amazed, your hair will not only be clean, but it will be wavy, fluffy and abundant, and possess an incomparable softness and lustre. Besides cleansing and beautifying the hair, one application of Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; stimulates the scalp, stopping itching and falling hair. Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine ax-- to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, invigorates and strengthens them. Its exhilara ting and properties cause the hair to grow long, strong and beautiful. Men! Ladies! You can surely have lots of charming hair. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet V counter and try it. e life-produci- ng After washing your hair with soap colds. That is what Perana is. In successful use over 50 years. Colds ways: "stuffy school rooms; offices illy Illy ventilated rooms; rooms that have direct draughts ; crowded rooms; damp houses; are caught In many heated. A dose of Peruna at the right time, at the first symptom of cold, before the bones begin to ache, before the sore throat manifests itself, or the cough, or the discharge from the nose, just a dose or two of Peruna before these symptoms begin is generally sufficient. But after the cold is once established with the above symptoms prominent, a bottle of Peruna, or maybe two, will be necessary. "For several years I have been troubled with colds at each change of season. I took Peruna and have not been troubled with the slightest cold this entire season." Mr. Harry Fisher. 1928 Mosher St., Baltimore," ild. "I give the children Peruna If they have a cold, and it always relieves them." Mrs. I. D. Hayes, 1937 Druid Hill Ave., Baltimore, Md. "When I feel a cold coming on I take a little Peruna. and It does me good." Mr. Charles S. Many, 12 Water St., Osslnlng, N. Y. "No family should ever be without Peruna, for It is an unfailing cure for colds." Mrs. M. F. Jones. Burning Springs, Ky, -- weather at this writing. Everyone in this vicinity is in hopes that the pike will come this way from Crab Orchard and Somerset. Mrs. Barbara Thompson is on the sick list. Mr Charles Fisher i? in a very critical condition, his mind being somewhat bad. Little Jewel Denny, little daughter of George Denny, is very sick. Little Mary Jane White is ill at this writing. Mr. Jonas Brown is in this part of the county, surveying. Mr. George White has returned from Lancaster. Mr. Marvin Warren will move his saw-mi- ll here on Mr. Murrel's place in a few days. t The people are getting along nicely with the Holiness Church, which is just about a mile and a quarter from here and are anxious to see MT. ZION. We are having some real cold Tackle Catarrh Now Be Free All Winter Avoid EB0 CtHs, Stall Pneumonia, Ketp Your Clear and Your Throat Free. ' tihifafc Nut it in use. Saving, Like Spending, Is A Habit. A Habit That Always Brings Wealth. Mrs. Robert Y. Chappel, of Corbin, was here Tuesday returning from a visit to Danville relatives. Mrs. Adelia Woods is spending a few days with the family of H. L. Wallace at Paint Lick. A. G. Eastland returned home Shop Perfect. (Incorporated) We serve a Splendid Noon - Day Lunch for Shoppers. When you are in Danville call. Cor. Third and Main, DANVILLE, - Wednesday after several days here selling insurance. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Menefee, of Knoxville, are guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. Mrs. J. H. Woner went to Lancaster Thursday to spend several days with her husband. Mrs. W. P. Kincaid was in Midway the first of the week the guest of her daughters, Misses Adelia and Belle Blackerby have returned from a visit to Mesdames Phelps and Caperton Miss Dora Straub has returned from Tampa, Fla., where she spent the winter. She spent several days in the city on her return buying spring millinery. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Myers and little daughters, of Wilmore, Ky., formerly of this county, left on the 10th for an extended southern trip. While gone they will visit the former's sister, Mrs. J. H. Purdom and family at Alvin, Texas. ' Miss Mary Lee Givens, of Lincoln county, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Virginia Givens on College street.....'Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Pennington and little daughter, Anne Francis Pennington and Mrs. Adams, of Stanford, will arrive Saturday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Kee-noHarrodsburg Leader. n. Mrs. Daisy Simpson and children were the guests of Mrs. Ida Thompson last Monday. Rev. John Elder, who has been critically ill for some time, is able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thompson were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson Sunday. Mr. Russell Playforth and Miss Paraz Brummott surprised their many friends last Thursday by going to A. A. Wren's and being quietly married by that gentleman. Their many friends wish them many years of happiness and prosperity. Green Adams sold a piece of land to Ml. J. K. Shackelford. Everybody is preparing for the new crops. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wren visited Mr. and Mrs. George Denny last Don't "Wait Till You're All Bunged TJp. Use S. S. S. Now. you will po into anv first class store balanced health as the nutritive properIf and set a bottle of S. B. S. you are on ties of the grains, meats, sugars, and fats the wav to "ettinir rid of Catarrh. Buti of foods. Any local irritating inlluence don't let anyone work off that old trick in the blood is rejected by the tissue cells and eliminated by reason of tho oi sometumg duat as good." S. S. S. is taken into the blood ju3t as stimulating intlupnct of S. 4. S. You its wonderful iniiauiruijy as me most jiourismn'r iooii. it fluence willsoon realizeof headache, a deby the ab.senee spreads Its inlluence over everv oriran in the bodj, conies through all the veins and cided clearing of the air passages, a nasal condition, arteries, cnauies an mucous sunaces to steadily improvedlelief that proves and a. how sene of exchange inflammatory acids and otherl completelybodily irritating substances for arteriaieltments tire system. catarrh often infests the enthat effectually cleanse the system and You S. S. on sale at all thus nut an end to all catarrhal nollution. stores. will find aS.remarkable rcmedvdrug is S. S. S. cleans out the stomach of mucous any and Itall blood affections, such for as g accumulations, enables only pure, eczema, lupus, tetter, psoriasis, materials to enter the intestines, boils, and rash,other diseased conditions of combines with these food elements to the blood.all For special advice on any enter the circulation, and in less than an blood disease write to The Swift Specific hour is at work throughout the hpdy in Co.. 202 Swift Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga. ine process oi nuriucatiou. Do not trifle with substitutes, imitaThe medicinal components of S. S. S tions or anv of the hord of "Just as are relatively just as essential to well good" counterfeits of S, S. S. blood-makin- Unlike Homer A Modern SoTomon A Georgia d Personal and Social Russell Mesdames W. M. Bright and R. M. at Richmond. Social Calendar Miss Susie Winstead, of Franklin, March 17 The Woman's Club will has the club rooms in the court Tenn., who Todd,been the guest of meet at Mrs. W. R. for several weeks, house at half past two o'clock. March 17 Wedding of Miss Lau- returned home Thursday. Miss Vercie Lucille Hester, will ra Carpenter, of Moreland, to Mark Collis, Jr., of Lexington, at Chris- leave the middle of March for an tian church in Danville, at 8 :30 p. m. extended visit to relatives and friends in New York City. Mesdames George F. DeBorde and Miss Kate Davis Raney is the guest country. J. F. LaRue went to Shelby City of Mrs. J.W. Williams in the Miss Annie Dunn, of Hustonville, Thursday afternoon to be with their is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Dan sister, Mrs. W. L. Murphy. Miss Carrie Green, of Cincinnati, Traylor. Mr. Roscoe Benson, of Pittsburg, arrived Thursday and will assist Pa., is the guest of Miss Vercie Miss Ella May Saunders in her milliM2r- Hester. Judge L. W. Bethurum is down from Mt. Vernon today representing a client in the Wade Leece bankruptcy proceedings. nery establishment this spring. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rice are moving this week from their country home on the Danville pike to their handsome new residence on Danville avenue. Mr. and There Is NT Question returned toMrs. James R. Nunnelley their home distressed Worth, Texas, Wednesday at Fort but that indigestion and the feeling which always goe3 with it caa eral weeks here with his after sevbrother, A. be promptly relieved by taking s T. Nunnelley. Mrs. Woodie Hale, returned Thursday from Elizabethtown where she has been with her sister, Mrs. T. before and after each meal. 25c a box. i. bpink. bhe returned suffering Penny'6 Drug Store. with the grip. Announcement We are Pleased to Our Removal and Readiness for Business In Our New Gilcher Building, corner Main and Third Street, Where We Will Be Glad to WELCOME ALL OF OUR OLD FRIENDS AND PATRONS. An-noun- ce Our GRAND OPENING will be Announced in a Few Days. THE HLJi--j PUSH1N BROTHERS, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. is ouly one diseased lurtkm cr Uie far. magistrate was perplex-ewar to cure deafim. and that N by constitutionby the conflicting claims of two is raufd by an inflamed al remedies. condition of the mucou-- llnins of the hostacnian negro women for a baby, each conTnbe. When this tube Is Inflamed yon have a and tending that she was the mother of or rumblins ounil i,w,..l imperfect hearing, result, when ami Mr..i,- i U the iu it. The judge remembered Solomon, y j1.;"1 unless the inflammation cantand, drawing a bowie knife from his this tube restored to Its normal wm be atro.roI forever: nine case out c boot declared that he would give half ten an caused br Catarrh, whleu ih noiuins out to. each. The women were shocked, i tne raucoiin mnacn. an inflamed condition We will sive One Hundred Dollars for any cac but had no doubt of the authority Deafnew (canned by catarrh) that cannot bv of and purpose of the judge to make Spring Opening March 18th. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circuthe proposed compromise. "Don't do lars, free. cnEXEy & CO.. Toledo. O. uo you want anything in Milli- - that, boss," they both screamed, in j Sold by Druggists. 70c. to more serious ailnery? I am carrying a good stock unison ; "you keep it yourself." but often leads Tate llall's Family Tills for constipation. Let the I. J. do your job printing. ments. Why risk? You don't have to. to fill any of "your special wants." Dr. King's New Discovery is just the Bring your orders to Miss Ella May BOWEN. 21-- 1 remedy your Child needs. It is made Saunders. Mr. Weber has bought Mr. George with soothing, healing and antiseptic NOW is a good time to sod graves. Coffey's place and has started a new balsams. Will quickly check the Cold I have some clean bluegrass sod that grocery, which the community need- and soothe your Child's Cough away. must be moved at once. Will fill and ed so badly. No odds how bad the Cough or how sod graves at 75c each (cash). J. Mr. George Coffey and family long standing. Dr. King's New Dis S. Turpin, sexton, Buffalo cemetery, have moved to Highland for the covery will stop it. It's guaranteed. 20-- 1 year. We are sorry to see them go. Just get a bottle from your Druggist Stanford, Ky. Mr. George Clarkson and wife, of and try it. Moreland have moved to Mr. George WAYNESBURG. Coffey's new residence on the pike. Heard About Town Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hart and chilBorn to the wife of Mr. Chester dren left March 2nd,. for their home News comes that Carlisle Myers, Staton, a fine daughter, weighing in Hood-Rive- r, Oregon, after spendpounds. of Hustonville, will play this season eight and one-ha- lf ing several weeks with their father with the Rockford club, of Rockford, Mr. Pence Messer has been sick and other relatives at this place. N. C. We'll warrant he will make but is better at present. Mr. M. F. Padgett and family who good. By the way, Hustonville has Miss Martha Russell is visiting her have been located in' Tennessee, for produced more good ball players than brother Charlie Russell in Indiana. several yearc have come returned any town of its size in the country. Taylor is making a great here to make their home. We are Mr. F. R. glad to have them in our midst again. Harry Jacobs, the monument man, many improvements to his nice little Mr. Luther Helmintoller left erected a very fine French Creek home. wedding bells have been ring- Tuesday for West Virginia, after The granite monument in Goshen ceme- ing. spending several days with his partery this week for Mr. W. D. Gooch Mr. Nathan Coffman of this place, ents here. for his father and muther. Mr. Ja- and Miss Bettie Lewis, of Shelby Mrs. M. D. McKinzie and little cobs also set three good jobs last City, were married ancr nave gone on daughter Ada, of Danville, visited week at Antioch cemetery near Phil, their wedding tour to Indiana. We her sister, Mrs. A. B. Morgan last for the Garrison family. week. wish them much happiness. Mrs. H. H. Singleton visited friends old maids here There are several Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rice have yet. Get busy boys and hunt them in Somerset last week. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Singleton, Mr. moved into their handsome new up. home on Danville avenue. This home The meeting at Junction City has and Mrs. R. Curtis, Mrs. T. C. Moris not only one of the handsomest come to a close after running for gan and Master Butler Reynolds -spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. in this section, but the most modern, several weeks. as well. Will Stone was the builder, looking for Dr. Carpenter R. Singleton. We are Mrs. A. J. Johnson is some better and that he did a capital job, none-wh- of Stanford to lecture to us on Tuhave seen it will gainsay. We will be very proud at this writing. berculosis. Messrs. A. B. Morgan and F. O. to have him come. Russell has bought a fine Gooch were in Stanford Monday. Mr. Steve Henrv Anderson has sold to F. P. Miss Minnie Caldwell continues ill. Hays a 1915 model Ford, which they Jersey cow from Mr. Fox, which has Mr. Will Reynolds is erecting a a fine calf and is very proud of it. went to Louisville and drove back new dwelling near the church. Thursday. They made the trip in Mr. W. B. Helmintaller and four hours and say that the road the family of West Virginia, moved to way is good. entire DID their property recently purchased m from L. G. Gooch. News comes from Crab Orchard Mr. J. W. Sweeney is putting up a that Col. J. W. Guest is suffering store building at his home near here. WOMAN Mr. T. J. Burleson sold his home from a deep cold and fears are en- FOR tertained that he is seriously sick. to L. M. Florence at a fancy price. It was reported here that he had sufMrs. Olio Caldwell and children fered a stroke of paralysis, but a Ind., last The Price She Paid for Lydia left for New Castle,her husband, week phone message from his bedside dewho where she will join nies the truth of the statement. EJPinkhamWegetableCom- - is working in a cabinet factory. Mr. Evert Reynolds has pound Which . Brought New Castle, Ind., to work. gone to When Knighthood Was in Flower As Pat O'Hoolihan was walking Good Health. priDOCdown Broadway he was accosted by a DIAGNOSIS MISTAKEN distinguished looking .stranger who TORS GUESS WRONG AGAIN. Danville, Va.-- "I have only spent ten wished to know the quickest way to your medicine and I feel so the City Hall. Pat told him, and then dollars on About five years ago I wrote to mucn Detter man x you that I had been a terrible sufinquired cheerfully, "And who might did when the doctor ferer from kidney and bladder trouye be?" was treating me. I bles, and that my physician informed said the stranger, drawing "I," himself up proudly, "am the Hon. don't suffer any me that my left kidney was in such John Kenneth Edgerton, of London bearing down pains condition that there was no hope for Knight of the Garttr, Knight of the at all now and I sleep my recovery. I was advised to fry Bath, Knight of Malta, Knight of the as a last resort, well. I cannot say your Swamp-RoGolden Fleece, Knight of St. John, size enough for Lydia E. and after taking four fifty-ceKnight of the Royal Legion and of Vegeta- bottles, I passed a gravel stone Pinkham's afterthe Iron Cross. And whom have I the grains. ble Compound and which weighed tenyou this I gravel honor .of addressing?" wards forwarded Liver Pills as they stone. Have had nj .return of any Pat was staggered for a moment. have done so much trouble since that tinje and cannot Then he in turn raised his head forme. I am enjoy say too much in favor of your wonproudly and replied: "Ye have the Swamp-Roo- t, now and owe it all to derful O'Hoohonor of addressin' Pathrick ing good health preparation, lihan, of Hoboken, tonight, lasth your remedies. I take pleasure in tell- which cures after physicians fail. night, njght befoor lasth night, night ing my friends and neighbors about Very truly yours, befoor that, tomorow night, and ivery them." Mrs. Mattie Haley, 501 Col- F. H..HORNE, Rosebbre, N. C. other dom night in the wake." Route 3, Box 30. ' Danville, Va. quhone Street, Personally appeared before me, No woman suffering from any form this 31st day of July, 1909, F. H. Heavy Loss of female troubles should lose hope un- Home, who subscribed the above According to the income statement given Lydia i of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad til she has Compound a E. Pinkham's statement and made oath - that the fair trial. Vegetable same is true in substance and fact. Company for the six months ending JAMES M. HALL, December 31, 1914, the road's net inThis famous remedy, the medicinal Notary Public. come was $2,715,887, as against ingredients of which are derjved L. Beazley & Co., for the same period of the from 'native roots and herbs, has for C. M'Clary Letter to preceding year, a decrease of ?2,348,-07- forty years proved to be a most valuaDr. Kilmer fc Co., Gross income for the. six months ble tonic and invigorator of the feAa f BinghamtoB, N. Y. t 5, was $6,941,539, a decrease of male organism. Women everywhere 489, as compared with the gross wonderfuf Prove What Swamp-RoWill Do income of the same period in the pre- bear willing testimony to the Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetavirtue of For You ceding year, which was $9,174,028. ble Compound. Send ten cents to" Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. for a sample If you have the slightest doubt size anyone. It that Iiydia E. Piakham's Vegeta- You bottle.also will convince UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER receive a booklet of will ble Com pound will help. you,write valuable information, telling about Sick headache, biliousness, piles, and Fwnitwe Matting, Rugs. Furnl- to Iiytlia EPirikhamMedicineCo. the kidneys and bladder. When writoad breath aro usually caused by inacUNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEfi (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad- ing, be sure andinention the Stantwt Exchange far all Kinds tive bowels. Get a box of Rexall Orderlies. They act gently and effecvice. Your letter will, fce, opened, ford Interior. Journal,, "Regular--fift1 17. Of Stick. Hum PImm 31 Offtei PfcMt tively. Sold only by u at 10 cents. cent for size re:il and!. answered by a woman, sale and drug stores.. bottle 20-- 2 42 STANFORD. KY m KENTUCKY. PHONE CTJHIF0RD, at all Penny's Drug Stor. and .bald in gtriet.ooadace. Thi-r.J 1 George Ade once introduced Mr. Bryant Brown was1 the .guest speaker at a banquet by remarking: of his daughter, Mrs. Ida Thompson Sunday afternoon. "Two towns in Indiana lay claim Mr. Ed Lamb, of Illinois, has been to the honor of Mr. Blank's birthhere visiting his parents, Mr. and place. (A pause, during which Mr. Mrs. Ben Lamb.Mr. and Mrs. Martin Smith were Blank strove to look modestly deprethe guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. cating.) "Warsaw states that he was born in Kokomo, and Kokomo insists Menefee last Sunday. Mrs. Armina Smith has been vis- that the honor belongs to Warsaw. iting her daughter, Mrs. Russell the The Youth's Companion. past week. In a fight which came up over a Your Child's Cough is a Call for Help chicken, John Frost shot and killed Don't put off treating your Child's John Webb on Eversole creek, near Cough. It not only saps their strength Hazard. n Mrs. Barbara Black, a Richmond woman, is tiead there. a well-know- Deafness Cannot Be Cured,, br local application, as they rannot reach tho - )...--i fin-?.- - ! New Floor Coverin We will display on next week WHAT $10 THIS Fifty New Room Size Rugs, 6x9 Feet to 12x15. Special Values in Extra Large Rugs. We secured these Rugs early at ces that we can't duplicate now. iff ot nt Come and Look at Them. Severance&Son J. J. K m $5,-063,9- 63 i 6. m $2,-20- ft ot i i &tdetgj&&. one-doll- ar .J t . - Jt J- ,--i . Ik- - i& ,?? ,;- - .0 ri 3 .24 4& . ' It !i , ,&f v... j Tie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, March 12, 1915. The Weatherford Company Extends to You a Cordial Invitation to Attend Their Millinery Opening, Saturday, Mar. 20. HUSTON VILLE, KENTUCKY. Miss Beecher Newbern, with the Assistance of Miss Donnelley, of Cincinnati, is in Charge of This Department. D II . D. v In Hospitals; Standard Skin Cure writes "D. D. D. is superior to anything I have ever found. Soft and soothing', yet a powerful agent." To do the work, D. D. D. Prescription must be applied according' to directions given In the pamphlet around every bottle. Follow these directions and see! And it certainly takes away the Itch at once the moment the liquid is applied. The skin is soothed calmed so thoroughly refreshed delightfully The Franklin Fiscal Court after a statement by Dr. Fred Mutchler, of State Univrsity, voted an appropriation of $600 to employ a farm demonstrator. The Federal Government will duplicate the amount, and 300 citizens who petitioned lor the action will raise $200 more. Kentucky Far'n Homes There are now 494,788 homes in Kentucky, according to a report issued by the Census Bureau, while Un years ago the number was 437,054 compared with 354,463 homes in 1890. Fifty per cent of the Kentucky homes are farm homes, compared with 54 per cent, in 1900 and 53 per cent in 1890. The number of homes in this State free of incumbrance at the present time is 198,-32- 9, while 47,659 are enumbered and 235,433 are rented. In the entire nation there are 20,255,555 homes. Of this number 6,123,610 are farm and 14,131,945 are urban homes. W. T. Axbell, of Edwardsport, Ind., writes: "I suffered from severe trouble with my kidneys and back. First bottle of Foley Kidney Pills gave me relief." Thousands testify that backache, rheumatism, sore muscles, acting joints and bladder weaknesses vanished when Foley Kidney Pills were taken. Sold by all dealers. LAXATIVE AGaxwsU New 1915 Model New HARRIS CREEK. Mr. Ike McCowan and son, Ed ward, of McKinney, were here Wed-Salts, Calomel and Pills Act on Liver j nesday on business Mr. and Mrs. Milford Williams, of and Bowels Like Pepper Acts FOR OLD CAS CARETS" PEOPLE Try "GETS-IT,- " It's Magic for Corns ! y How many hospital patients, suffering the fiishtful itch, the raw scorch-in- s pain of skin disease, have been poothed to sdeep by a soothinj? fluid washed in by the nurse's hands? That fluid is the famous D. D. D. prescription for eczema. THE SUPERVISING NURSE of one of our prominent Catholic institutions name of nurse and institute on application), writes regarding a patient. "The disease had eaten her eyebrows away. Her nose and lips had become disfigured. Since the use of IX D. D. her eyebrows are growing, her noso and face have assumed their natural expression," How many eczema sufferers are pay-in- ? 'their doctors for regular treat- 'game soothing, healing fluid? SS. GEO. T. BXCHABDSON frankly $695 Features 17 We have right here, the car for which you have waited. It holds the road perfectly at 50 miles aa hour. Ifrcarries five grown people comfortably. It has leftlmnd drive with center control selective sliding gear transmission. It has e Sims high tension mag-netIt rides as easily as any $5000 car ff elliptic springs on rear. It has. a famous make of anti-ski- d rear tires and the samt size tires 30x3 inch all around. It is fully equipped top, windshield and speedo meter tc o. cooled. All druggists of standing have the famous specific as well as the efficient D. D. D. Skin Soap. But we are so confident of the merits of this prescription that we will refund the purchase price of the first full size bottle if it fails to reach your case. You alone are to judge. NEW STANFORD DRUG COMPANY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Farm and Stock News sold to Hub Jenkins, of King's Mountain, a nice cow for 50. W. R. Willis, the local butcher, bought of T. W. Jones this week, three butcher heifers that ran in weight from 710 to 900 pounds, for which he paid six cents a pound. S. H. Baughman, of Stanford, bought of F. L. Thompson, of Preachersville this week, a dozen light feeders at 7.40 a hundred pounds. They averaged about 600 D. M. Robinson, north of Waynes-bur- g, pounds. An unusually large crowd was here county court day, and there was much stock dealing. About 150 head of mules wer,e on the market. The best animals changed hands at from $150 to $200 a head, but common mules were not wanted. Horses that would fill the requirements of the British government were bought at from $135 to $150. Plug horses sold at from $25 to $60. Lexing-tonian. The seven-poun- d Metcalf county yam, which J. L. Leftwich sent to Representative. Thomas, was presented by the Congressman to President KilPia the National, American,Amer-icanAssociatio- n, International and Federal League stood a loss last season of $1,125,000, according to figures published in New York. They are not complete in detail as to the minor leagues, but the entire AmeriIf You Are Losing Weight STRAWBERRY PLANTS can League made a net profit of but $58,000. The National League, on acand your nerves are in bad condition; FRUITS AND SHADE TREES count of the spurt of the Braves, did we recommend a little better, and managed to make the remarkOlive $115,000. It is interesting to note in m&xaJUL Fpmi lieOil and our first offering ofPotato. able Mammouth Pearl this connection that the Giants made Catalog-No Agents. Send for MBMHl $120,000, which is $5,000 more than containing ttypophotphucs H. F. HILLENMEYER AND SONS. the league made collectively. The a food and nerve tonic prescription. others must have lost heavily for the Lexington, Kentucky. Penny's Drug Store. 1841 1915 losses to have pulled the profits of the league below the net 'gain of the Giants, The principal winners of A GUARANTEED CURE baseball are: Giants $120,000; Red Sox, $75,000; White Sox, $70,000: Think of it.Mr.Farmer.here's a remedy for hoc cholera $20,00; that is sold under a "Legal Guarantee Bond." How TWT Mam Braves, $70,000; Chifeds, IIU Yapks, $10,000. All can you afford to take chances against ho? cholera AknlAiia tne others apwhen you can tret this remedy on such terms? UIIUIOTfl pear to have either lost money or Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy broken even. The heaviest losers and is the only remedy ever put up that is guaranteed to cure and prevent the only ones on whom the figures ho? cholera. It does the work better than any other known remedy. If have been made public are Cleveland, it did not, it would not be sold'on such a strong guarantee. At All Draiilsts. Write for free booklet telling how to save your hogs. $8,000; Athletics, $40,000; Pittsburg BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Lexington. Ky. 1-wi3 Wilson, who said it was the, .largest sweet potato he had ever seenand sent it to the White House kitchen to be prepared for his table. John B. Willis and W. G. Wither-spoo- n, of Anderson county, sold to head of Simon Weil tewenty-on- e cattle at seven cent a pound. Dick Hunter and Ed Fox, of Clark county sold to L. S. Hamilton and General Black sixty head of fat cattle at $7.65 per hundred pounds. Martin & Hodgkin, also of Clark sold to head of Hamilton & Black twenty-tw- o steers, averextra fine aging 1,241 pounds, at seven and three-quartcents per pound. They were shipped to Pittsburg. Alex Walker of Garrard, sold 40 head of silage fed cattle to Simon Weil, of Lexington, this week at The cattle averaged about $7.25. 1165 pounds. W. B. Burton sold 24 head of nice fat ones that averaged 1188 pounds, to Mr. Weil at $7.35 a hundred. These cattle were fed by Mr. Burton 117 days and during that time they "took on" 275 pounds each This is about 2 2 pounds a day and Is a pretty good record. They were fed corn, cotton seed meal, cut oats, and sorghum. Lancaster Record. two-year-old er Some Cow Tests completed at Columbus, O., by the dairy department of the Ohio State University establishment a new world's record in milk production, according to figures made public at the university. The new queen of the dairy world is Murne Cowan, a Guernsey cow, who during the last year, produced twelve tons of milk. According to the university figures the cow's milk averaged five per cent, in butter fat. During the year she prbduced 1,400 pounds of butter fat, which" churned into 1,096 pounds of butter. Murne Cowan's home is on a farm near Barberton, 0. five-year-o- ld This "Wonder Car" is the 1915 model of the Maxwell price $695. With Electric Starter and Elcctrio'Lights only $55 extra gues Heavy Loss in Baseball The five important baseball lea- Junction City have been the recent New, Simple, Common - Sense "Way. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rice. Misses Laura and Julia Gaddis, of You will never know how really easy box now. ' Get a Parksville, are the guests of Mrs. It is to get rid of a corn, until yoa hav Most old people must give to the William McCowan. Nothing like it ha tried "GETS-IT.- " bowels some regular help, else they It takes less time Mr. Charlie Rothwell went to ever been produced. does to read this. It suffer from constipation. The con- Kidd's Store Sunday to see the "ap- to apply it than it dition is perfectly natural. It is just ple of his eye." as natural as it is for old people to Mrs. John Browning spent Wedwalk slowly. For age is never so ac- nesday with Mrs. J. S. Rice. muscles are less tive as youth. The Millard and Mary Ellen Cox, of elastic. And the bowels are muscles. Mt. Freeman, have been recent visCascarets. itors to their grandparents here. So all old people need One might as well refuse to aid weak Mr. Philip Feistritzer, of Louiseyes with glasses as to neglect this ville, is spending several days with gentle aid to weak bowels. The bow- his daughter, Mrs. Bernard Grimm. els must be kept active. This is im- and looking after his farm. portant at all ages, but never so Mr. Sam Phillips, of Parksville, much as at fifty. v is a rather frequent caller at this W i fit '1CW Age is not a time for harsh phy- place. sics Youth may occasionally whip Mr. Frank Fashauner has been on the bowels into activity. But a lash the sick list for some time. His can't be used every day. What the many friends are sorry to know of bowels of the old need is a gentle his illness. and natural tonic. One that can be Mrs. W. S. Rice j.pent Wednesday constantly used without harm. The with her father, G. W. Camden. Kai-yCorn pains in Every Nerve! Ue "GETS-IT:- " only such tonic is Cascarets, and they It "Gett" Every Cora Miss Allie M. Owens, and Mrs. Surely, Quickly ! cost only 10 cents per box at any Jack Rice was at Moreland Monday drug store. They work while you on a shopping expedition. will dumf ound yoa. especially if you have sleep. Mr. D. T. Bailey passed through tried everything else for corns. Two drops that's all. The here Monday, recommending his In- applied in a few seconds right off, paincorn shrivels, then comes BEECH GROVE dian Herbs. without fussing or trouble. If you Steve and Wallace Benedict of lessly,ever made a fat bundle out of your We are having some very cold have weather now after so much of the Casey, visited their brother, W. S. toe with bandages: used thick, cotton-rlngsalves; Benedict Tuesday nsgnt. pretty kind. plasters well, you'll appreMrs. Bettie Davis is not much imRheumatism Yields Quickly to Sloan's ciate the difference when you use "GETS-IT- ." proved at this writing. will vanish. CutYour Miss Ella Miss Nan Bailey visited You can't prevent an attack of ting and gouging with knives, razors, flies Hoskins Saturday night and Sunday. Rheumatism from coming on, but you and scissors, and the danger of blood-poisMiss Selena Royse visited her cou- can stop it almost immediately. are done away with. Try "GETS-IT- " tonight for any corn, callus, wart or sin, Miss Bertha Davis, Saturday. Sloan's Liniment gently applied to Mrs. Helen Hunter has been on the sore joint or muscle penetrates bunion. Never falls. "GETS-IT- " 13 sold by druggists everythe sick list. in a few minutes to the inflamed spot where, 25c bottle, or sent direct by E. Smith has returned tnac causes tne pain. It soothes the Lawrence &aCo Chicago. Mrs. Nannie from Williamsburg and reports her hot, tender, swollen leeliner. and in a Stanford and recommended daughter, Miss Lucy somewhat im- very short time brings a relief that as Sold inworld's best corn cure by the proved. ib almost unbelievable until you ex- - Shugar's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. and daughters, Mrs. Bettie Ballard .j.Gm.c it. Met u uuum oi oioan s Dollie and Irene, and Mr. Grover Liniment for 25c of anv Drucenst nnH Rigsby visitefd at Mr. Perry Ballard's have it in the house against Colds, Lucky. Thursday of' last week. Sore and Swellen Joints, Lumbago, Old Adam was a lucky hound, Miss Ella Rigsby visited Vergie Sciatica and like ailments. Your monHe needed no endurance, Payne last Saturday sud Sunday and ey back if not satisfied, but it does For no one ever came around Beech Grove. attended church at give almost instant relief. To sell him life insurance. Misses Kate Hanley, Anna Peace Mr. Add Davis visited Mrs. Alec and Robertson Sunday. Mrs. H. Stigall visited Mrs. Edd Stigall last week. Mrs. Alec Robertson has been quite In Nostrils 10-cent Danger! )" -- il corn-pressi- ng 3: corn-pullin- g corn-teasin- g corn-agon- y on ture or demonstration. H. C. Carpenter, Stanford, Ky. Service Station, Som-sstreet. Ask for litera- et sick. Miss Bertha Davis visited Miss Jennie Smith Thursday, of last week. Mr. G..W. Spangler is some better i FLAT WOODS. There was a large attendance' Sunday. Mr. John Elder is slowly improvand Miss Pharisee Brummett stole a march on their friends Thursday and walked to the home of A. A. Wren, where they were happily married. Mrs. Walter Brown, Mrs. Willie Brown, Mrs. G. M. Elder, Mrs. C. C. Hensley and Mr. G. A. Brown are all on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Craig, of Quail, were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Elder Saturday night. Mr. Casper Elder was up to see his cousins, W. D. and Stevie Elder, Saturday night. Mrs. Docia Smith and family visited her brother-in-laMartin Smith Thursday night. Mr. John Smith is suffering with w, Legally is progressing nicely. The Sunday-Scho- ol at Flat Woods ing. Mr. Russel Playforth $30,000 Miss Ella Hoskins visited Misses Jennie and June Smith Tuesday night. . Misses Jennie- Smith and Roxie Spangler were shopping in Stanford Friday. Miss Ella Hoskins gave a delightful entertainment Sunday afternoon in honor of her guest, Miss Nan Bailey. Those present were Miss Jennie Smith and Mr. Herschel Spangler; Miss Bertha Daniel and Mr. Andrew Bailey; Miss oune Smith and Mr. Frank Spangler; Miss Nan Bailey and Mr. Tov Martin; Miss Roxie Spangler and Mr. Richard Daniel; Miss Ella Hoskins and Mr. Brack Ledford and Miss Cora Ledford. All present report a nice time and thank Miss Ella for such a pleasant after- at this writing. Bran chins Out. Our business has been sufficiently good for us to branch out a little. In fact we have rented the store next door and made both into one big store with two large archways. We now have more room and a better opportunity to display our goods. We have laid in a big stock for the Spring season, which is now upon us. We have the goods and make the prices. Look at these prices: House Dresses from 69c to $1.25. Ladies' Skirts, worth $3.50 to $5, at $1.98. Men's and Boys' Overalls, worth $2; now at $1.69. noon. Ship to the Hogshead Market Now If you are not going to hang your tobacco, prize it in hogsheads and ship it during the month of March to one of the following Richmond Elks are preparing to erect a handsome home at the corner of Second and Main streets, that city. Oil Treatment for Stomach Troubles producing wonderful results for sufferers from stomach, liver and intestinal troubles. The remedy, which is said to have originated in France, where it has been used for years by the peasantry, was introduced into this country by .George H. Mayr, a leading Chicago druggist, who cured himself of severe stomach, liver and intestinal troubles by its use. Those who- - have used it say the first dose is sufficient to convince any one of its remarkable merit, and that hours- the sufferer witliin twenty-fofeels like a new person. This medicine, which has become known as Mayrs Wonderful Remedy, is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your money will be refunded without question! or quibble if ONE bottle fails to give, you absolute satisfaction. t. ur - tooth-ach- e. WAREHOUSES: Ninth Street "Warehouse Louisville "Warehouse Louisville, Ky. u u c - J Kentucky & Peoples Warehouse ' .-- , . . Farmers "Warehouse ( . . . Home Warehouse It will have the special attention of experienced warehousemen and you will get promp'returns. ) u Mr. Amos Brown is getting lots of He has a nice line of goods. Come and trade with him, we think he can please you. Rev. John Elder will preach at Mt. Zion Sunday, the 14th. Rev. John Sourds was through here on his way home from Pine Grove. Mr.' Maurice Brown is thinking of trade. A simple prescription made tip of a combination of pure vegetable oils is I going to Indiana. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO INCORPORATED WAREHOUSE 00., Louisville, Kentucky 3T si -. Mr. Daniel Brown, of Ottawa, was over to see his brother, G. A. Brown, who is very sick. Mr." and Mrs. J. H. Albright made a flying trip to Mrs. Gemima Todd's Saturday night. jMrs. Mary Brown and Delia Thompson .visited Myrtle Harness ' Sunday. Mr. John Hendricks' of - Pulaski, was calling at John Elder's Saturday f on business. Men's 50c work Shirts, now 42c. Men's Soft Hats, worth $1 to $2.50, now 98c. Other Hats, worth $3 to $4, now $2.98. Spring Suits for men and boys, in great variety and at very low prices. Shoes of all kinds going lower than ever. All kinds of Ladies' Muslin Underwear at the lowest prices. Don't forget the place. We give our customers a $1.50 Mirror with each $15 Cash purchase. Call and see us. The BARGAIN STORE Salem & Salem, Stanford. ' fi 4 i V --- " ?. 3? ", rt .,JL- -