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The Inferior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, March DEAD REVIVAL AT BAPTIST CHURCH Anti-Saloo- Tail Paper Step Waea Tovr Tims is ap Watch the Date Oa Label at Kenew Your SHSicxipHea Preaptly. 16, 1915. IS Tuesdays and Fridays 3,000,000 POUNDS OF BURLEY R. It. METCALF IN TROUBLE BOOZE TO BE BOTTLED OUT. ROBERT J. BRECKINRIDGE M'CHESNEY ENDORSED STATE ROAD COMMISSIONER r i JM V m iii ld TaaaaaW f n Former McKinney Banker Arretted Last Whisky at Old Traylor Distillery Attorney General on Ticket With Eloquent Louisville Divine Delivers By League For G ovornor Has Official Inspection Made of Two Two Strong Sermons Monday. Goebel Passes Away at Danville to Leave Big Warehouse. Which Makes Him Contender After Bank Failure in Indiana Routes to Somerset. Revival services began at the BapJudge Robert J. Breckinridge for Plans are being made by the Pax-to- n Assistant State Road Commissioner His host of friends in Lincoln reThe most important development interests of Cincinnati, which many years a prominent citizen of tist church Sunday1 morning and it is of the past week in Democratic poli- Marion D. Ross, of Frankfort, came gret to learn that R. H. Metcalf, who Danville, died at his home there Sat- expected that they will continue tics has been to Stanford Tuesday mornng went from the cashiership of the Mc- own the whisky at the old Traylor urday after an illness several about two week's The pastor, Rev. headquarters the endorsement by the Somerset via the Bee Lick roadfrom Kinney Deposit Bank at the presiden- uistmery, on JJix river, north of months. He was eighty of years and Kencommittee of the one of M. D. Early, preached two strong ser- tucky cy of a bank at Cicerc, Ind., has got- Stanford for bottling the entire lot age. n League of Mr. H. after consultation here this morning mons Sunday morning and evening. ten "in bad" in cnnaction with the big warehouse. This is. the last V. McChesney for the Democratic with County Judge James P. Bailey Judge Breckinridge was a son of Other congregations gave way at the nomination whisky remaining in a warehouse in and other failure of that institution a short Dr. Robert Breckinridge and evening service and the church was Louisville for Governor, says the Court, wentmembers of the Fiscal the on to Waynesburg from time ago. A dispatch from Nobles-vill-e, .Lincoln cpunty and when it is bot- was late brother Post. This endorsement was a here on the Somerset pike. Mr. Ind., to the Indianapolis Star tled and shipped out, the last vestige Breckinridge, of of General Joseph crowded. L. Winburn, pastor of the given at a meeting of the n Rev. H. Washington, and of of the legalized manufacture of the said of the matter this week: League in the Kentucky building, and Ross made the trip for the purpose of Walnut late Uol. Noblesville, Ind March 13 R. H. stuff will have been removed from the Lexington. W. C. F. Breckinridge, Iouisville,Street Baptist church, of was caused by Mr. McChesney's dec- inspecting the two routes which have He was born in Baltiarrived Monday morning, laration in been selected by the Lincoln and Metcalf, who was president of the the confines of the county. There are of and conducted his first service Mon- prohibition. favor of the State-Wid- e Farmers & Merchants' National Bank one or two brandy distilleries in the more, Md., September 14, 1834. This endorsement, ac- Pulaski county fiscal courtsr as the day During the Civil at a at Cicero, Ind., when it was closed by county but no whisky plants in opera- inridge served in War Judge Breck- good afternoon He three o'clock, to at cording to Mr. McChesney's support- official route between the county crowd. preached again the Confederate the auditor of state in January, was tion. ers, makes it certain that he will be seats of Soinerset and Stanford. He night to The whisky at Traylor's old plant army, and was one of the first to consderinga nice sized congregation, one of the contending candidates for was brought through from Somerset arrested tonight by Sheriff Woodell, the inclemency of charged with embezzlement. His bond is now four years of age, and has raise a company to fight for the weather. All who heard him the the nomination, and many other ad- in an auto by Dr. Doolin and County "were been in barrels at the warehouse for Southern cause. Judge Jasper, came this way over was fixed at $1,000 but up to a late As captain of the Second Kentucky greatly pleased with his work. He mits that unless there is a unification the road from and Lick Somerset hour tonight his efforts to provide that length of time rinening. There Regiment of Infantry Volunteers, of speke from the theme, "Coming to his the opposition to Mr. McChesney and Crab Orchard over to Bee route he the bond had failed and he was still in are said to be about 550 barrels left served under Colonel W. nomination is highly probable. Hanson. Jesus" in the afternoon, and at night out of an initial capacity of 750 barn the custody of Sheriff Woodell. With the League en- which has been officially selected as rels, the remainder having been Later he became one of the twelve on the "Preaching of Jesus." Dr. dorsing Mr. McChesney the remain- the state aid route by the Pulaski The specific charge against MetWinburn Kentucky members of the a scholarly gentleman as calf is that on Dec. 2?, 1914, he re- withdrawn for shipment in barrels. ate Congress, but resigned Confeder- well as a issplendid preacher and he ing candidates are Lieut. Gov. E. J. county officials. Mr. Ross spent this posiA bottling force will probably be Monday night Orchard with Mr. Henry ceived a deposit of $429 from D. E. tion the Confederate held the closest attention of his con- McDermott, Cherry, Mr. J. Bosworth, W. E. Perkins at Crabother Isjncoln Mr. W. H. and Buzan, when he knew the bank was sent here from Cncinnati to hottle army.to W. NewJudge Breckinridge was twice gregations during both discourses. man, and Mr. A. O. Stanley. county boosters for the Bee Lick insolvent. Prosecutor Guy issued the the booze and ship it out. This married in 1865 makes the meaning' Miss Kate The following letter was sent out road. He was shown the immense adwarrant upton the complaint of Bu- whisky has a great reputation being rison, a daughtertoof Moses B.D. Mor- He plain that the niost of the gospel so ignorant can by the vantage it will be to that section of n League: zan. The state's attorney asserts he known as Edgewood and it is said to son, of Lexington and in July Morri- understand. 1889, To the Ministers of the County the county to have the Bee Lick road has warrants for the arrest of other be exceptionally fine quality of stuff. to her sister, Miss Lilla A. Morrison. Services will be held each day at Seats persons in connection with the recent Ever since the plant was closed down There were two sons by his Cities of Ken- reconstructed into n pike, and it is first mar three in the afternoon and at half tucky. and the Principal For weeks we understood expressed himself as very Dear Brother: bank failures in Hamilton county, but and dismantled since the death of the riage Hobert past seven at night, and Breckinridge, refused to make them public tonight. late Henry Traylor, the government died when about forty years old, who invitation is extended to an. earnest have been doing everything we could favorably impressed with the arguatall and to secure in both political parties the ments laid before him. His return The Hamilton Truss Company of has kept a storekeeper on duty Morrison Breckinridge, who died a tend, and bring the unsaved. to guarding the whisky In bond and the announcement of trustworthy candi trip was made over the road which this city also was closed by the state owners have also had a man on duty few months ago at his home in Dandates tor all offices, especially for the Lincoln officials chose as their auditor. Prominent Russell Man No More that of Governor. state aid route. Metcalf came to this city three representing their interests. The im- ville. Jonas a prominent Just what powers the State Road We are pleased to be able to reyears ago from McKinney, Ky., and mense warehouse in which the whis- at Judge Breckinridge was educated citizen andHammonds, Russell county, Centre College and at Transylfarmer of ky is stored is now owned by J. C. port to you that after the most care- Department has in regard to settlepurchased the controlling interest Fox, who bought the farm, and it is vania University and the University near the Casey and Pulaski lines, ful consideration our friends in the ment of the differences between the in the Cicero bank. in law iri died of la The Equitable Surety Company understood that he plans to convert of Virginia. He graduated Louis, but grippe, after a severe attack March Democratic party, who have been so fiscal courts of Lincoln and Pulaski Thursday morning, 1856 and removed to St. are yet to be determined, large a the and the Western Indemnity Company it into a mammoth tobacco barn. after two years returned to Kentucky 11th. He leaves a host of friends, who advance factor in making possible the Bee Lick adherents seem to but conbe of recent years, have reach-ewere made defendants today in five Lex- miss him as a citizenfand neighbor, as and was elected city attorney of Big Fire at Middlesboro an agreement on a Gubernatorial fident that their route will yet be dessuits in the Circuit Court growing ington, his first public office. well as several children, who mourn candidate. ignated as the official route. out of the recent bank failures in g a After the war he returned to Kenout Fire By the time this letter reaches you Hamilton county. The defendants Monday broke largeat Middlesboro tucky and with his family settled on his departure. His wife, him to the companion, had dry goods store in the LATEST WAR NEWS. the announcement of the were sureties for the Hamilton Trust of Joe Tamer and destroyed property a farm in Lincoln county. In 1874 he Great Beyond, preceded only eleven months. of Hon. H. V. McChesney candidacy will have Company of this cay and the Far- estimated to be went to Danville to live. 1868 and He had reached his eighty first mile-pos- t. appeared in the press. He is faithGreat Britain made known in a worth a mers and Merchants' Bank of Cicero property destroyed is $70,000. The again in 1876 he was a In delegate to He was the father of J. A. Ham- ful, sensible aggressve Christian man. formal proclamation how she proas follows: for the deposit of public money when Large dry goods store of the convention, was in the merchandise sea the they were closed by the auditor of and building, $20,000; Joe Tamer, and Democratic national was elected monds, whoHubble, for 23 years, and for years the efficient superintendent poses to sever all from arteries of dury in the latter year he Germany commerce to and business at of the Sunday School of his church state. The suits are to recover the Judge Common in a for the last five years, a citizen, near ing the period of war. British offFrankfort. full amount of the deposits. The stone building of New South Brew- district ofcomposed Pleas Court eight counties, Hustonville. The deceased was a sub- in With the liquor people declaring in icials frankly called the movement a of ery & Ice Co., $20,000; saloon, first county had $8,184.66 with the Ham- floor occupied by Shelby il and in August 1889 he was the choice the ilton Trust Company and $4,771.94 $5,000, and fruit stand of Turner, of the people for the State Senate scriber of the Interior Journal for a favor of the county unit, there is but blockade, was although in Washington received number of years. Fred Taone course for the temperance people with the Cicero bank. Jackson Town- mer, $3,000; second floor occupied from the Eighteenth district. to pursue. In his announcement Mr. with evident disappointment, and a ship had $2,300 in the Cicero bank by boarding Judge Breckinridge was one of the strong protest against its terms is Dance at Crab Orchard Springs house, $5000. To story McChesney makes a very def0 and the Cicero school board had brick building of P. C. Breeding, most prominent figures in the celeThe dance given at the Crab Or- inite, unreserved statement clear, po- forecast. of his in the same bank. The Noblesville brated Goebel election of 1899. He Italy has suspended mail service on evening prohischool board asks for the return from $6,000, ;occupied by "dry goods store, was elected Attorney General on the chard Springs on last Friday Orchard sition in favor of State-Wid- e by the Stanford and Crab trains bound for the Austrian fron$10,000 fruit store and building of bition his entire life, public and 0. the Hamilton Trust Company of Goeb'el but was Dance Clubs was a very enjoyable af private,and tier, and Emperor Francis Joseph A. Marder, $5,000. Most the testifies to his sincerity. The had an extended conference with his It is understood that the bond- property burned was partiallyallcover- ticket with William unseated in the contest which fol- fair. The music was furnished by the leuuers oi nis party wno are organizing companies intend to pay the varilowed. He successfully practiced law T)anville Military Band. Those who ing to sjipport his candidacy are in Minister of War on the subject of the ous sums without further litigation ed by insurance. unti) about a year before his death, went from here were W. S. Drye and full sympathy his position and defense of the dual monarchy on the and then share in the pro rata diswhen he became enfeebled and re- Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley, Carl Carter will conduct a with HIGH SCHOOL NEWS. strong campaign for Italian frontier. dispatches to Ber tribution of the assets when the reConstantinople tired. and Miss Lucy Lee Walton, Wesley nomination. ceiver settles up the affairs of the Last Friday morning Supt. W. C. Judge Breckinridge was a man of Embry and Miss Nancy Yeager, Stew- hisMr. McChesney is a lawyer and one lin state that eight Allied Warships banks. Wilson called all the boys from the extremely kind and companionable art Carson and Miss . Lyle Cooper, speakers in Ken- have been damaged in the Dardafifth grade through the high school in disposition and a most devoted hus- Prescott Brown and Miss Josephine of the best platform telling addresses nelles and that the Queen Elizabeth tucky. He made Mrs J. D. Burton Dies at Hustonville the chapel and gave a very interest- band and father. He was a gifted Bradv. William Carson and Miss Mar throughout the State last year in the had been hit by three heavy shells. Mrs. J. D. Burton passed away at ing talk about athletics in high school. lawyer and in his prnne was one of garet Beck, Miss Mary Dee Beck, interest of Mr. Beckham's candidacy. The hospital ship Canada left for He what Miss Same Burdette, (Miss Mary Without reserve we command this Malta with numerous injured, it is her home near Hustonvlle Sunday theytold them them, great advantages the most eloquent advocates in physically, menwere to He was buried at Lexington Burdette, Joseph Hill, Strother Car- splendid man to the implicit confid- stated. afternoon at about one o'clock after tally and every other way. The British Admiralty announced ter, Elwood Totten, James Cooper, ence and unfaltering aggressive supa lengthy illness of stomach trouble. boy would be required to And every Sunday. take part Hartwell Shanks;ajjd fiss Lettie port of the Christian citizenship- - of the sinking of the German cruiser Mrs. Burton was a good Christian Uncle ..Sam After Dopesters Dresden near Juan Fernandez Island Walker McKinnKlsrkCarpen-teiyFrahci- s his "party.- woman and will be greatly missed in in some way from now on. He told afthe captain of the team to keepVa i.TJie.Treasurjr'-'Depa'rtmenfWeathfrford, Shirley isglier neighborhood. She was a devot-..eSincerely and faithfully yours for on March 14 by British cruisers The is or j ter a five minutes engagement. Gover, Lee Perkins jfnd 'James Trib-bl- e. the best things. 3PiheBaptist church. memfeerof way he could tell who ganizing an elaborate lorce to cap crew was saved, fifteen being badly STATE SUPERINTENDENT Ber'imsuanu sue leaves nine andnn thatpart. In connection with ture violators of the federal drug no British was taking daughters, Mrs. A. P. law, which went into effect March 1. Later the folowing official state- wounded. There were Prussian Diet children, four this he gave another lecture to the It was announced last week that R. casualties. After the Woman's Club Program ment was isued : Jones, of Dallas Texas, Misses Ethel, cigarette smokers, (as usual) and of On account of the Baptist meeting "In view of the fact that the Hon. had unanimously approved the war Alice and Lena Belle, who are at course everybody knows B Wear, of Murray, xKy., has been what he said appointed a Deputy Collector of the Club will meet at 2 o'clock Wed- H. V. McChesney has announced his budget, Minister Clemens Delbrueck home, and five sons, Charles Burton, Gerdeclared in a speech that it fol17. Revenue in charge of the, en- nesday afternoon, March will- The ren- candidacy for the nomination for the many's intention to continuewas war of Dallas, Texas, Samuel Burton, of about Ihe dope sticks. the lowing musical program be office of Governor on the Democratic Indianapolis, Ind., Arthur Burton, of Track Meet to be Held in Lexington forcement of this law in Kentucky. ticket, at the same time declaring until she obtained the guarantees Oklahoma, Gilmore Burton, of HusHis salary was fixed at $1,600 a dered: The schedule for the Interscholas-ti-c American Composers in Compari- himself unequivocally in favor of she desired. tonville, and Walter, who is at home, Tournament that will be held at year, and he will be allowed $800 prohibition, and in view brother, John Badgott, of Casey the University of Kentucky May 12 more for traveling expenses. Another son with their English Contempora- State-wid- e one Granville Cecil Dead in Boyle. county, two sisters, Mrs. Sanford 13, 14 and 15 was given last year by deputy for this service will be allow- ries. Miss Ellen Ballou. of the further fact that we believe Short Biographies of Some Ameri- that he, of all the men announced for Retherford, of Hustonville, and Mrs. William L. Anderson, physical di- ed to Kentucky. He is to be named Granville Cecil, Go years old, died Cash, of Kansas. The deceased was a rector of the University. The annual by Senator Beckham, who is in Flo-rid- a can Composers. Mrs. D. S. Bromley. this race, as judged by their respec- at the home of his son, J. Granville Some Interesting Personal Facts tive former postions and recent printdaughter of the late John Badgett, of tournament was held on Stoll Field Only pharmacists are eligible near Danville Monday aftered public utterances, is best calculat Cecil, following an ihness of a compliGarrard county. The interment took last May, with the contests in music for these appointments. Under the Concerning American Composers. noon ed to represent the Democratic voters place Monday afternoon at three o'- and oratory at the Woodland Park Federal antinarcotic law, as it is Miss Mary Moore Raney. diseases. He was one of Short Sketch of the Life of Mac of Kentucky, in the Interest of the cation of prominent financiers, stockclock after short services at the grave Auditorium. Much interest was arous- called, all persons who produce, imthe most great reform to which we stand men and farmers in Central Kencompound deal Dowell. Mrs. Victor Ballou. by J. C. McClary. ed at that meeting, and indications port, manufacture, Leader. Miss Ellen Ballou. pledged. are that the tournament this year, in, dispense, sell, distribute or give He was the owner of more "Now, therefore, be it resojved, tucky.1,000 acres of the finest blue-graIF MEALS HIT BACK will be larger and petter than last. away opium or coca leaves, their than HUSTONVILLE that we, the Headquarters Committee The high schools are divided into salts, derivatives or preparations, . AND STOMACH SOURS land. He was widely known as The skating rink was well attended of the n League of Ken- a horseman. He owned Gambetta must register with Collectors of Intwo classes, A and B, according to Saturday night and all seemed McChesney and "Pape's Diapepsin" Ends Indigestion, the size of the town and there will be ternal Revenue and pay a special tax. last enjoy themselves very much. A tucky, endorse Mr: to his candidacy Wilkes, one of the greatest trotting pledge our support Physicians, dentists and veterinary to a meet for each of the two classes, horse sires ever produced in KenGas, Dyspepsia and Stomach 17th, be given following which will be an interclass surgeons, are exempt, but must keep mask rink will Everybodythe invited St. for the Democratic nomination. to Misery in Five Minutes "GEORGE B. EAGER, President. tucky. a record for two years of all sales ex- Patrick Day. meet. tt n pnnTP cnnfn.. attend. cept where they personally attend the Wilson Takes Interest LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES Mr. and Mrs. Grimes Beazley and patient. If what you just ate is souring on Mr. Wilson has taken a deep interbaby, and Mrs. Sarah Rodgers, of The Hub's Formal Opening. your stomach or lies like a lump of est in athletics and Stanford should Closely Observing Public Danville were the guests of Mrs. Local Man Gives a Banquet lead, rfusing to digest, or you belch have a winning team. We will not The Hub Department store at Dan- They Are P. Good Sunday. J. Health Conditions gas and eructate sour, undigested forget that Mr. Whaon took a team its handMessrs. W. P. Kincaid, of Stanford Miss Elizabeth Hunn, of Stanford, ville has just moved intoornamental food, or have a feeling of dizziness, from Stanford last year and took ev- and Vernon Leer, of Lexington, who some new three story L. heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste erything that class & offered. He are engaged in the tobacco business accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. was Mc-K- brick home at the old Gilcher Hotel An examining physician for one of the Riffe here Saturday and you ought to do the same this year, in mouth and stomach headache, Danville, gave a most highly en- the guest of her aunt, Mrs D. W. corner in Danville. Formal opening the prominent Life Insurance Comfor at can get blessed relief in five minutes. he has the material and with a little joyable banquet at the will be held Friday evening, when no panies, in an interview on the subject your pharmacist to show you practice ought to top class B. The Friday night, says the Danville Ad- Dunn. Ask the astonishing statement that cordial inKing Carpenter arrived home last goods will be sold, and a its many madereason why so many applicants the formula, palinly printed on these musical and oratorical contests will vocate. Those present were the toone vitation is extended to week after being in Florida, where friends in this and adjoining coun- for insurance are rejected is because fifty-cecases of Pape's Diapepsin, be held the same We will have bacco men of Danville and all had a then you will understand why dys- representatives in dates.said contests. most enjoyable time and are high in he'has interest in an orange grove. common to the the attended the ties to be present. This is probably kidney trouble is so Several peptic troubles of all kinds must go, praises of the hospitality of the funeral andfrom here Samuel Newell the most complete store in this part American people, and the large maProspects Good for a Base Ball Team their burial of and why they relieve sour, proprietors, jority of those whose applications are of Kentucky, and two hosts. Numerous toasts Last week the base oall team began were popularand the event throughout last week at Pisgah, Pulaski county. the Pushin Bros., areits stomachs or indigestion in five hustlers of the declined do not even suspect that made W. D. Nave has rented the land of highest class. minutes. "Pane's Diapepsin" is harm- to throw the horse-hid- e around the they have the disease. thoroughly enjoyed and will be this season and tastes like candy, though each lot, and we found a bunch numbering was remembered by those fortunate Mrs. Uriah Dunn less;. According to this it would seem long dose will digest and prepare for as about thirty, all in their uniforms. enough to be present. The following will plant tobacco and corn on t. Danville Court Very Dull . that a medicine for the kidneys, posJ. Watt "Brown, of Liberty, passed similation into the blood all the food Try for the first team, Nuf sed, elegant menu was served in courses: healing and curative There was absolutely "nothing do- sessing real through here last week and was here you eat; besides, it makes you go to Guess we will have a team. The new blessing to Oyster Cocktail with Sauce mar- properties, would be a ing" in the cattle, mule or stock a short while on business. the table with a healthy appetite; but comers will probably give the .reguthousands. Nuts Wafers. A Mrs S. A. Walker and daughter ket at Danville court, Monday. what wilL please you most, is that you lars a fight for their positions. Wood Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Fish, Potatoes, French Fried have returned after a visit to Mrs. good crowd was in town but trading Y.,. who prepare Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, will feel that your stomach and in- and Cash will still do the receiving. Peas in Timble Shells was very dull, with no offerings to Smith at Jellico, Tenn. testines are clean ant fresh, and you First base seems to be the most poputhe well known kidney, liver Olives. Miss Lizzie Phillips, of Liberty was sneak of and no buyers. So poor and bladder remedy, claim that judgwill not need to resort to laxatives or lar place of the day, with Coleman, Hot Coffee. Corn Bread Sticks. t the week end guest of Judge Myers. was the demand for stock that ing from evidence received from liver pills for biliousness or constipa- Mobley and Gover trying to hold it Fresh Tomatoes with Wafers. down. As we can use them all up Uriah Dunn was In Somerset last Fox & Farris called off their usual druggists everywhere, who are contion. Cream on Meringue Shells. mule auction after a few animals week on business. This city will have many "Pape's then, one of the said gents will probstantly in touch with their customers, Cigars Mrs. Belle Frye, of Hartwell, Cas- had been offered. All of the candi- and also indisputable proof in the Diapepsin" cranks, as some people ably land an outer berth, as they all week of dates foi the judical district offices form of grateful testimonial letters will call them, but you will be enthu- are clouters, and that is what the Body Found Near Danville ey county, was the guest last were on hand and put in a busy day Mrs. Kate Myers. siastic about this splendid stomach team needs. S. Embry and Tucker Baby's from thousands of reliable citizens, Wednesday with the voters. corpse of a boy baby was The preparation, too, if you ever lake it are hangng around the keystone base Miss Bettie Logan left this preparation ic remarkably sucher for indigestion, gases, heartburn, and both are showing much pep. Clem found near Danville Saturday on "the for Birmingham, Ala., to visit other cessful in sickness caused by kidney Linen Shower for Miss Lutes sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach Hill is trying to fill his brother's Waterworks pike about three miles sister, Mrs. Chloe Adams and and bladder troubles. Every interestmisery. Miss Mabel Gum, of Lexington, ing statement they receive regarding shoes around S. S., but Anderson says from Danville. It had been buried, who has frequently been the attrac- Swamp-RoJVIrs. Minnie Grubbs left WednesGet some now, this minute, and rid he has no chance. Captain Perkins but dogs were scratching the dirt off is investigated and no yourself of stomach trouble and indi- will still play around the third cush- when discovered by Dean Kimberlain day for Sacket Harbor, N. Y., to tive guest of Misses Lucinda' and testimonial is published unless the ion. Everybody and his granny are Coroner Zimmerman took charge of join her husband, Jesse Grubbs, who Elizabeth, will give a linen shower party who sends it is reported of gestion in five minutes. trying for the three fields. There were the body and burial was made in the is in Uncle Sam's service and at pres- Thursday afternoon In honor of Miss good character. They have on file Witnesses for the Govenrment in sixteen out there last week, hollering, Danville cemetery. The body was still ent is located at this place. She hrfs Elizabeth Lutes, the bride elect. many sworn statements of recoveries the trial of Donn M. Roberts, charged "Knock Me One." About half this warm. It is believed that the infant been with the guest of her parents, Mrs. H. D. Frye, Misses Lucinda and in the most distressing cases. They with conspiring to corrupt Federal number will be sent back to the hol- was either murdered and buried or Mr. and Mrs. Bob Girdler for several Elizabeth Lutes left Wednesday to state that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roelections, testified to having made ir- low next week, so Shanks, J Embry, buried alive. The dogs had attacked WfiGiCS be present at this shewer. Little Miss is mild and gentle in its action and its regular registration entries at the in- Cash, Noe and one or two of the in- the body. Miss Black Givens'was the guest of Verna Lutes, daughter of Mr. and healing influence is soon noticed in stance of Roberts, who is Mayor of field men will have a chance to battle Mrs. Keene Lutes, of Danville and a most cases. Mrs. Jerry Adams last Wednesday. Stanley Raps the Farmers Terre Haute. Misses Bogle are having a veran- neice of Miss Lutes will be present for the gardens. Shanks and Embry Swamp-Rois purely an herbal were regulars last year. The pitchers A dispatch to the Lexington Lead- da erected in front of their residence. and assist in the shower. compound and Dr. Kilmer & Co., adThe armored cruiser Brooklyn has are passing, and pitching a little but er from Evansville, Ind., last week When completed it will add very vise all readers who feel in need of been added to the vessels recently de- they have not cut loose with their said: "American farmers are the much to their home. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. such a remedy to give it a trial. It is is home aftailed to guard the neutrality of the speed and curves yet, on account of worst farmers on the face of the Miss Beecher Newbern At the Presbyterian church the on sale at all drug stores in bottles of United States at Eastern seaports. their arms. Lephew is still on the earth," declared Congressman A. O. ter spending several days in the city, give away for two sizes 50c. and $1.00. However, force. Embry and Gover will take Stanley, of Kentucky, here in an ad- receiving new ideas in, the millinery the krevivalservice will at the Baptist if you wish first to test this great services To The Housewife turn in the box, but if anybody ever dress before the Farmers' trade. She will have charge of the church. envelopes for preparation send ten cents to Dr. KilMadam, if your husband is like happens to ask yoa tell them we Institute. "I say this regardless of the millinery department of Weather-ford- 's Foreign The Missions will be called for on, mer & Cq., Binghamton, N. Y., for a store this spring. most men he expects you to look af- have some southpaw. There is a guy fact," he continued, "that I am a sample bottle. When writing be sure Sunday, March 28. ' ter the health of yourself and chil- that stands six feet two inches and candidate, and I say it because it is will be po prayer meeting at and mention the Stanford Interior There The people of Vermont will choose dren. Coughs and colds are the most weighs about 175 pounds and is about the truth. 22-- 4 prohibition and thejChristian church Wednesday ev- Journal. common of the minor ailments and to drive Wood's arm into his ribs. Pet between 'State-wid- e ening oh account of the revival at v .Billy Sunday has been booked for local option n 1916. are most likely to lead to serious dis- Sampson is the gent. With the addi Acting Governor McDermott of.the Baptist church. eases. A child is much more likely to tion of Sampson, the pitching staff a revival of eight weeks in Louisville fered a reward of $200 for the arrest A good treatment fora celd.seiled contract diptheria or scarlet fevjer snoum De strong, izet your, season in March and April, r i ' Fw.the Stomach awl Liver of Henry Wilson charged with killing in fhl lungs is a HERRICK'S , RED when it has a cold. If you will inquire ticket from Harry Farmer at Penny's I.SN., Stuart, West Webster, N. Y., officer ,Ed Nea'ce, in Bell county, two (Contributed.) A pain in the sie'e or back v that PEPPER POROUS PLAoTBR merits of the various rem- Drug Store. into the chest to. draw out JJ'N'SJ,-tien.an- d' writes '"! have'used Chamberlain's years ago. catches voir when you straighte.nup edies that are recommended for .the stomach Tablets ;f or disorders BALLARD'S coughs and colds, you will find that For hoarseness, inflammed lungs calls for a rubbing application of and"' liver off and on f orthe east five . TakerHRBINE tor Indigestion. It toTeU'.tirhtKJi Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands or irritating coughs, BALLARD'S BALLARD'S LINIMENTIt relaxes in. a few high in the estimation of people who HOREHOUND SYRUP is a healing the contracted muscies and permits You set the rtwo rensedies for flie years, and' it affords me TUeasure to relieves the pain fermented minutes ami focees. the. matter use it. It is prompt and effectual, balm. It does its work quickly and ordinary bodily motion without 'sufwhich causes the misery htie the" hew--' pleasant "and safe to take, which are thoroughly. Price 25c, 50 c and $1.00 fering oi inconvenience. Priee- - 25c, e wtfeMMitt'is emeUed. Priee. 50. qualities especially to he desired per bottle. Sold by Shugars' J)ru 50c and Jl.OOi-hottlft. Sold J.h' IMAIHAt Ivelfeilseja highly." Sttd .n f ot r.-- :t Stere, t CL.,wr Tt. UaM " ewmm 0pi"'. when a medicine k intended for chil7 Store, Stanford, ft Eyne Bo.,-Cra- b Cmh retard. " roistlc by all dealers.. ,rsT" " . ' jr r ! J jMB-SMf- l ., Crat Orchard , Orchard. drew. Fer sale by all dealers. r Lyne, Bnoc., fJrab Orciiard. ;; Anti-SalooAnti-SalooAnti-Saloore-ent- er Interesting Compiled Figures on Weed Crop at Lexington Markets Anti-Saloo- William C McDowell, supervisor of sales on the Lexington tobacco breaks estimates that the crop of white bur-le- y leaf marketed, this season will reach the grand total of three hundred millions pounds, says the Lexington Leader. In a report covering the markets of Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia and Missouri, the only States in which the type can be grown, it is shown that 241,370,-76- 5 pounds had been sold to March 1. It is calculated that up to Saturday the total had grown to 276,916,776 pounds, and he estimates that there is in the neighborhood of twenty-fiv- e millions yet to be sold. An interesting feature of the Supervisor's report is a comparison of the present crop with that of the year previous, which amounted to pounds. While the crop now being sold has averaged $3.74 per hundred less than the average on this market last season, Mr. McDowell figures that the acre return will be larger in spite of the comparative inferior quality of the 1914 crop. He reviews the adverse conditions under which the crop was produced, harvested and housed, and closes with suggestions as to care of the leaf which would compel higher prices. Mr. McDowell's report follows: The following is a list of the markets where the crop of White Burley tobacco is annuallv sold, together with the amount of th.2 1914 crop sold up to March 1, 1915: Augusta 2,064,555 205,-000,0- 00 d life-lon- Brooksville Bloomfield Bowling Green Carlisle Carrollton Cynthiana two-sjor- Eminence Falmouth Flemingsburg Danville Dry Ridge Order-in-Counc- Frankfort Glasgow $2,-20- Greensburg Harrodsburg Horse Cave Lebanon Lexington Owenton Paris Pleasureville Shelbyville Louisville Maysville ....'. Mt. Sterling -- $2,-30- ,. 9,335,070 1,347,385 r 23,903,000 22,209,335 8,040,895 1,741,010 2,344,205 2,800,820 371,685 7,998,775 8,457,195 9,102,445 7,908,195 682,995 3,317,360 3,571,980 3,470,060 6,662,720 3,827,761 1,011,810 3,421,770 4,456,760 1,601,138 45,943,490 Ken--tuck- y. -- -- d! ;' rplIJbpokand-:calLia-.roll-everyi-day-- Springfield Williamstown Winchester Cincinnati Dearborn, Mo. Ureenville, Tenn Georgetwon, O. . Huntington, W Va Manchester, O Madison, Ind. Ripley, O. Weston, Mo West Union, 0 Total 8,663,465 6,329,052 1,516,030 5,244,140 1,912,000 :57l59,635 3,958,172 1,563,785 856,355 ? .JT.t - 1,120,075 6,141,435 2,756.590 1,443,170 1,482,495 241,370,765 In-ern- al - Col. Guest Critically 111. Col. James W. Guest, of Crab Orchard, who suffered a stroke of paralysis last week, remains in a very critical condition. News comes from Crab Orchard that he has been un- -' conscious since Monday afternoon and that relatives and friends are very much alarmed over his condition. ss WE are displaying a beautiful line of pattern and tailored hats, new veils and everything pertaining to millinery. Your inspection invited. 21-- 2 Mrs. J. C. Lynn. Anti-Saloo- ee Shop-Perfe- ct The damage suit of Samuel Johnson vs Lewis Sutton for $30,000 was deci ed in tho Jessamine l irci:it Con- -t last WPf-wtmn the j'iry re-t- x ; iifcd a verdict tor the defendant. This was the second trial of the case the iirst having reja.ted in a hung jury. The plaintiff alleged in the petition that Suttj.. had attempted to po'Son him by putting stryhnine m some whisky whici Johnson drank. It va.s h family affair, Johnson ha.Mng married a niece of Mr. Sutton's and c Bij Damage Suit Last in Jessamine most of the witnesses were members of the family. The Federal government has promised to assign four civil engineers to Kentucky to assist in the building of new highways. Internal revenue deputies have been doubled in numoer in the Louisville district and are seeking further evidence of evasions of the income tax law, which it is said, have caused a number of distillers to be heavily Judge Hugh Riddell in opening the Estill Circuit Court charged the grand jury to probe to its utmost ends the recent attempt to dynamite the court house at Irvine. Jerome Harris of McCracken county, and G. N. McGraw, of Livingston, have been appointed to the State Board of Agriculture oy Acting Gov. Three members of one family at Lexington have been committed to the State Hospital for the Insane, victims, it is alleged, of the morphine habit. L. O. Taylor, of Adair county, has been appointed accountant in the Department of Public Roads at Frankfort and Howard Williams has been added to the force of draftsmen since the State aid work has increased the labors of the department. Lincoln Beachey, the aviator, was killed while making an exhibition Exposiflight at the Panama-Pacifi- c tion Sunday. At the altitude of about 3,000 feet, Beachey began a sharp descent. The wings of his monoplane collapsed and the machine plunged into San Francisco bay. The body was recovered. McDermott. fined. GENERAL NEWS NOTES. nt out-of-ord- er -- fr ot ot ot mid-wee- Tri-Sta- te self-deni- al -- -- Fire Near Liberty. The house of Mrs. Bell Mason, near Liberty, with its contents, was destroyed by fire Saturday afternoon. The origin of the fire is unknown., There was small insurance. Receaaneaa ChamWIaia's Cough Remeay "I take pleasure in recemm ending. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy te ctts4emrs becauee I have eewffctenoe in it. I find that they are ploasod wkh it and call for it when again in eed of sueh a medieine," writes J. W. atexson. MoatevaUo, Mo. For sale by alt dealers. -- ed-to.th- e ai. HQfcE-HOUNDrSYR- .f -- wr I -- .. -- .i .r-- --!- - . f- rr I en t :., jJzr iii&& V-w- Stan-W$-ti- te' j&i A VS. -- ;V . i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday,. March 16, 1915. Stanford has no jitney bus so far, but the enterprising garage men here may put on one at any time. The jitney is a success everywhere it is used ive-cent CONDENSED REPORT LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK "it Stanford, Kentucky to Comptroller of the Currency March 4, 1915 RESOURCES Loans $334,618.76 U. S. and Other Stocks and Bonds 135,657.50 Banking House Cash and Due from Banks Total LIABILITIES Capital, Surplus and Profits..;.. $470,276.26 10,750.00 61,651.47 $542,677.73 $204,646.29 1 1 16,300.00 211,731.44 10,000.00 and money is being made hand over fist by the promoters of them. The' fare catches the public. The f auto is newer than the street car and can go to places that the trolley ear-no- t. The jitney is operated by one person only and the expense of upkeep is very small. The jitney bus is just a plain ordinary automobile which makes regular trips, after the custom of the street cars, and charges the same fare. The word jitney is said to be contraction and corruption of the words jot and little, made to apply to the five cent piece. In the cities the innovation is displacing the taxi and is causing the street car people to figure on a reduction of expenses to meet any and all contingencies. piece is not large and The five-cethe purchasing power of it is small in this day of high cost of living, but the volume is great when they pour in to the tune of ?25 to $40 per day, as many jitney owners are getting and proves a temptation to many a man who has an idle auto and who is not holding down a good job. nt for 'GETS-IWhat Have Coras" T' ? Simple At Sayiif It; Hera Fails. MEN'S Raj It does your heart good to see how easily and quickly any corn comes out on! And then when you put "GETS-IT- " when you've gone along for years trying Look. GETS-IT FINE SHOES Urn Makes Corns Fall Right IJJ Ij IHr I mSi Offl" laajwituioaicrr tPuaisasNl When you say "Men's Dress Shoes" your mind naturally and at once turns to H Kv If J I 1 asa2L330i aaaw WALK-OVER- S ss and NETTLETONS S. c. VJiJ everything, when you've sat up nights wrapping up your toes in bandages, smearing on salves that rub off or swell pop-eyed, Circulation Deposits Bills Payable "If 'you're divorced "and want to let the world know it without answer-n- g ......$542,677.73 .. Total "Corner Next to Court House" a thousand questions, many of them embarrassing ones, wear your wedding ring on your little finger,'' says Etta Stone Creeley, a society matron of San Francisco, who has just had her marital vows severed. So dear reader, when you see a wom an of marriageaoJe age with a ring adorning her "pretty "little little finger" you may know that she has a husband somewhere save under the sod. up the corn, pasting on cotton plasters slaughtering that make corns your toes witn razors, jaDoing mem wun knives and pruning to the quick with scissors and then you put on 2 drops of "GETS-IT- " and see your corn fall right off why, it Just looks like a miracle. Just never fails No pain, try It. "GETS-IT- " If you want a medium price shoe, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50 and 5.00, m all the leathers,, vici, calf, or patent in tan and black, lace or button, then you want WALK-OVERIf you.waiit the very cream of shoe making; if you want a little nicer looking and a much better wearing shoe than you ever bought, then you want no trouble. Use it for any corn, callus, tvart or bunion. "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists every-wher25c a bottle, or sent direct by E, e. LawrenceMfe Co., Chicago. Sold in Stanford and recommended Shugar's Drug Store. as the world's best corn cure by Lewis Herrington, of Richmond, were in Stanford several hours Friday afternoon on business. Both are leading democratic politicians of Madi Nettletons at 6.00 in any The interior Journal WALTON 1 A TEAfi come is over $50 a minute it will be seen that he could give several times & SAUFLEY IN ADVANCE Editors and Managers. STRICTLY ttcond dat$ mail malttr. Enttrtd at the pottoffie t Stanford J POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Commissioner WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEAREN. MARSHALL C. NEWLAND Rockf eller's close observants say he gave money at the rate of $5.05 for every minute during 1914. The sum totaled $1,420,218.64. That's some giving, but when it is told that his in The suffragettes had a dog fall the amount and have nrhanded Dack to him many fold by the users of Saturday. The Texas House, by a coal oil. srasonne and the other com majority of three votes, went against modities on which he has a lead pipe the measure, but the governor of Iowa put his signature to both the cinch. woman's suffrage and prohibition amendments recently passed by the The warden of Sing Sing says th9 Legislature of the corn State. prison is not a fit place for hogs. Of course it isn't. It wasn't built for them. But it is a safe wager that the Chicago cold storage dealers shipped aforesaid warden will swing on to his 250,000 pounds of chickens to Engjob as custodian of the awful place land this week. If the great war just as long as the powers that be will cause this country to be cleaned will permit him. up of embalmed stuff of that sort, it can be truly said that some good has will be the "proper" come out of Nazareth. Silk trousers thing for men this summer. They are not for newspaper men, however. The HEARD ABOUT TOWN poor devjls will still be content to pabreeches and rade in their cottonade At the regular election of officers thankful that they have a clean pair of Ryan Commandery Knights Temfor the holy Sabbath. plar at Danville last week, Dr. T. W. Pennington, of Stanford, was elected Swordbearer. Cleveland, Ohio, saloon men are trying to raise funds to bring EvanW. P. Grimes sold his Ford touring gelist Billy Sunday 'to that wicked that he bought last summer from city. But then there are people in & Anderson, to J. W. Sweeney the Buckeye State who don't stop of Lahcaster Monday for $400. The at anything when it comes to getting deal was promoted by Estill Carter, filthy lucre. They think, no doubt, that Billy will draw the people and the local garage man. the people will make them draw the Col. Harvey Chenault and Hon. beer. And they may be right. Mc-Car- ty son's capital and have a great many friends in this section. H. C. Carpenter will go to Danville this afternoon to attend the rehearwedding sal of the Carpenter-Colli- s and will also attend the six o'clock dinner given by Mrs. J. H. Baugh- -' man Jo the bridal party. leather, lace or . button, black or tan. fti: McRoberts & Bailey j Let the I. J. do tyour job printing. Emulatng the stage heroes, James O'Donnell, Jr., 15 at Frankfort Sat urday stabbed himself in his left breast and narrowly escaped killing himself. The lad purchased a knife on his way to the playgrounds. When he arrived, he pulled the knife from his pocket and told his playmates that he intended to kill himself. He stabbed himself in his chest, almost bleeding to death. The blade of the knife barely missed the heart. We have a pleasant laxative that wfll do just what you want it to do. We sell thousands of them and we have never seen a better remedy for the bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Penny's Drug Store. Here's What You Want The People's tise What Market Place Adver-Yo- n Have to Sell TIOM'T Vmir n prvrspr: until von See the latest models in Soirella at Miss 21-- 2 Ella May Saunders'. IT IS A DANGEROUS PRACTICE to bandage up a sore throat with a heavy bandage, for the reason that as soon as the tbvoat feels better, the bandage is removed, which exposes you to more serious ailments, use of Spring millinery Misses Straub. WE now have our up-to-d- ate on display. 21-- 1 line 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 your money without question. 25 and 50 cents Sold only by us. Do Not Gripe Wedding presents at Jewelry Store, Stanford. Mueller's AM ready to do Spring Sewing. Mrs. E. Wilkinson, Lancaster, Ave., 21--4t Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. are fine. R. Willis & Sons' TRY one of those 25c meals restaurant. " at They W. 20-- 2t We Present This Week a Complete Displaj&of hand Good second WANTED hemp brakes. Chas. W. Caldwell, 22-- 1 Danville, Ky. FRESH breadsnd cakes'1 every day from the bakery. W R. WILLIS -- Wall Paper-Hous- e Paint Correct Spring Fashions The display of Spring Merchandise now assembled in the Store's various Departments is as interesting as it is comprehensive. Notable for its individuality, selection and moderate prices. We have planned to make this week a veritable "Style Show" of all that is newest and (best in fashionable attire. In addition to the large assortment of modish Garments for Women, Misses and Children, there is an unusually fine showing of Silks and other Dress Materials, as well as Laces, Trimmings and Novelties of all kinds. We invite your attendance. & SONS. 22-- 1 Just what you want for Spring and at the Lowest Prices. See our stock before you buy. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky . A leather halter on the Somerset pike. Owner can get same by payng for this ad. J. M. Ware, 22-l- p Stanford, R. F. D. No. 1. .FOUND Boys earn base ball WANTED. uniforms, cloves, catchers, mits. league balls, absolutely free. Address Lawrence Sales Co., Danville, Ky. lp. Pure bred; BUFF ORPINGTONS eggs for sale at all times. 75 cents per setting. C. C. Withers. R. F. D. 2, 18-Stanford, Ky. 4. week. A FULL line of Heinz goods arrived at W. R. WILLIS & SONS, this 22-- 1 T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, THE NEW TAILORED SUITS Our buying of Suits for this season was mostly confined to single garments of a style, thus insuring you a wide range as well as individuality in selection. We will have on sale tomorrow over three hundred of these beautiful garments, each one a distinct model and fully up to our well known standard of quality. J The strictly Tailored styles and flare skirt effects predominate. These are in new and attractive materials especially suited for this character of garments, such as Silk Poplins, Silk Bengaline, Gaberdine, Mannish Serges, Shepherd Checks, etc., in a wide range of newest spring colors and black. Suit Prices Range from $15.00 to $45.00 DO YOU KNOW where to buy your hat? Buy from Miss Ella May Saunders. Don't forget March 18th, 22-- 1 that's opening day. y FOR SALE Fifty bushels of picked silage corn for seed at $1.50 per bushel. A. T. Traylor, R. F. D. No. 20tf 4, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE Four Shorthorn bull calves, 11 months old and registered. ones. See them. They are first-clas- s HENRY BAUGHMAN, Hastonville. 'SINGLE COMB Brown Leghorn eggs from healthy, farm range, winter layers. Fifteen for 60 cents, one hundred for $3.00 cash. Erie C. Far-r- a, Lancaster, Ky. Box 272. 18-- 8 RHODE Island Red eggs $1 per setting of 15, $5 per hundred. Mrs. Wm. Logan, R. F. D. 4, Stafford, 19-4- F phone 13F40. Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. I Go To Farris' For Your THE NEW COATS AND DRESSES The new styles in "Printzess" Coats are certainly things of beauty. A 'Printzess" is as you know the very highest class coat made, as well as embodying the most style, though costing no more than less worthy makes. "? Prices of "Printzess" Coats Range from $10.00 to $25.00 C - Garden Tools And Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. mare FOR SALFj A mule, about 16 2 hands high, a splendid work mule. For further call on Mrs. Anna Bailey 19-- 3 or J. P. Bailey. swc-year-1-- THE NEW DRESSES are marvelously beautiful, and our present wonderful assortment is well worth seeing: They range from the modest serge dresses at $5.00 up to charming models in Taffeta Silk, Crepe Meteor and Crepe deChenes at $45.00. A splendid range of Novelty Dresses at $10.00 to $25.00 Surveying I am 'now stract land same. Write and Abstracting Titles ready to survey and abtitles for those wishing or phone -- E. D. PEN22-2NINGTON, Stanford. p. 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. PtRKINS, Crab Orchard - surgery, consultations. Eyes, skillfully tested, glasses scientifically presented. 16-3- m DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office in Lincoln County National Bank Building. Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-eturinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, o, Fashionable Footwear We are now ready with the very newest and best in Spring and Summer Style Footwear for Women, Misses and Children. .CJ Pumps, Colonials, Oxfords and Tangos in all the latest lasts and leathers. J Your New Corset should certainly be either a Bon-To- n or a Nemo. We have all the new models in these famous Corsets, and our expert Corsetierres will be pleased to show and give you a fitting in just the style required for your hew; Suit or gown. -r-- jack whose colts and weanlings have sold from $65 to $125 and two years of age for?200. 75 per cent, of coltsr females. Two jennets. Also four Shetland ponies, two pair of mules. JAS-G. FOR SALE Excelsior, the noted Kentucky Co. A R. F. D. No. 1. CARPENTER, Qrab Orchard, Ky., f .- -- WELSH & WISEMAN CO; DANVILLE, KENTUCKY : by local applications, as they cannot reach tb diseased portion of the ear. There la only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutkm-a- l remedies. Deafness is caused by an Inflamed the Eustachian condition of the mucous lining-o- f Tube. When this tube is inflamed yon haTe a rumbling sonnd or imperfect hearing, and whea is it Is entirely closed Deafness be the result, and taken out and unless the Inflammation can this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forerer;" nine cases out of ten are: caused by Catarrh, whtch'ls nothing but an Inflamed condition of the esucobb surfaces. We will give, One Hundred Dollars for any case of DeafnesR (caused by catarrh) that cannot b cured by Hall's Catarrh Care. Send fer clrc' CHRNEYv Sold tby Draggle? 76c. Deafness, Cannot Be Cured J. C. M'CIary J. L. Beazley & wl JH W B H &" UNDERTAKER FHrnttw-- t AND EMBALMER UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMB MattlAf, Rns. FuriN- - ' F. J. CO., Toledo, 0. - Offwt Ptwut " I 7. . Take Hall's Taaauy Piste tve eeastfeatfe. tTiWOrW. Hmm PfciNt KENTUCKY. mk ExefcMiMl fir aril Kimfc Of Stock. PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. tnr f'' .. ' c - - - & U i um . - V& SK- - I rf k I... ki g i 9 m The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, March 6, 1 .19 1 5. REMEMBER ber of the Federal Reserve Bank and that it is fully authorized to exercise all . the rights and provisions of that new law as well as under the old National Bank Act. It does a general banking business and One Dollar will start a savings account and smaller amounts will be' received thereafter. Interest at the rate of 3 per cent will be Shop Perfect; (Incorporated) and that you take an losing, weight, we Bmmmmmm If You Are Nervous recommend that the First National Bank is a mem- We serve a Splendid Noon - Day Lunch for Shoppers. When you are in Danville call. Cor Third and Main, DANVILLE, KY. for a short time. A prescription which we gladly endorse. Penny's Drug Store. A. C. Hill went to Paint Lick today. is down with Mrs. W. H. Wcwi-cn containing Ilypophosphites Emulsion the grip. H. M. Noe was in Lancaster Tuesday on business. iJ J J. D. Eads, of Shelby county, is back for a few days on business. John Fields went to Brodhead Col. George P. Bright returned to Monday . his work at Middlesborp early in the T. K. Tudor was in Brodhead week after a short vacation at home. Monday on business. and Miss Annie A. B. C. Dinwiddie, of Shelby City, V. Mr. George Mills Jennings of Danville, were in this was here Monday on business. . city Sunday. Mrs. H. C. Rupley has been sick for Senator R. L. Hubble was confined a few days, but is better. to his home several days this week W. T. Cummins and Will Har-kin- s, with a severe attack of grip. paid on savings accounts compounded of Corbn, were here Sunday. Joe T. Embry, of the Auditor's semi-annuall- v. Mrs. M. B. Salin continues quite office at Frankfort, spent Sunday ' ill at her home on Danville avenue. here. home been Miss Ida Hjltzclaw, who Interest will be paid on Time Deposits. quite sick for several weeks, has some- with theCharles folksColeman, of LebB. Mrs. is anon, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. what improved. See us before opening an account. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Murphy and Ben. F. Jennings. W. Mahan, of Mr. children returned to their home at Danvilleand Mrs. D. for the funeral were here Saving, like spending is a habit, a habit Frankfort Monday. Miss Ruth Culbertson, of Junction of W. L. Murphy Sunday afternoon. W. R. Willis, the restaurant man, will bring great wealth. City, is the guest of Mrs. Wallace has been sick for several days, but is Gover at Crab Orchard. Miss Anna Chancellor was the able to be out now. Miss Nancy Katherine McKinney guest of Miss Mary Dee Beck at Mc has been confined to her home this Kinney bunday. Miss Lula Prewitt, who has been in week on account of an acute attack Louisville for some time, is with Mrs. of earache. . STANFORD, KY., Mrs. Alfred Eads, of Shelby county C. E. Tate. Mrs. B. D. Carter has returned is here with her parents, Mr. and from Mitchellsburg, where she left Mrs. T. D. Newland, and will remain at the her mother somewhat improved in during the revival Mrs. Will Baughman is the guest health. Baptist church. Personal and Social Dr. H. L. Winburn, of Louisville, is of Mrs. James H. Baughman at "Hill Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McKee Riffe Top." the guest of Rev. and Mrs. M. D. Social Calendar and Miss Elizabeth Hunn spent the Early at the Baptist parsonage dur James Cooper and Shirley Gover March 17 The Woman's Club will were the week end quests of Wallace week end at Hustonville with rela- ing the revival services which he is tives and friends. meet at the club rooms in the court Gover at Crab Orchard. James W. Wyatt, of Oneida, Tenn., conductingC.at the Baptist church. house at two o'clock. Keller, of Orlando, Fla., George Wesley Embry returned to FrankMrs. Nan Pitman, of Ottenheim, March 17 Wedding of Miss Lau- fort Saturday after a week's 'vaca- and the guests of Mrs. Fount Blan- - was in Stanford a few hours Monday were ra Carpenter, of Moreland, to Mark tion with home folks. afternoon. He came up to Bowling kenship last week. of a friend for Collis, Jr., of Lexington, at ChrisMrs. L. C. Kelley and two attrac- Green with the bodyran over to DanMiss tian church in Danville, at 8 :30 p. m. OrchardNell Newland went to a Crab tive children, of Campbellsville, are interment there and Saturday to spend few here to shake hands with the guests of her parents, Mr. and ville and and friends. days with friends and relatives. relatives Mrs. Mary Goode, of Winchester, Mrs. Wocdie Hale has been confin- Mrs. T. D. Newland. J. S. Hocker, president of the First Mrs. S. J. Tatem, the is here visiting relatives and friends. ed to her room for several days on National Bank left today for milliner, of Crab Orchard, went to Miss Nannie B. Herring, of Lan- account of a severe cold. he will spend sevMrs. Clarence Toombs and son, Ed- - Louisville Tuesday morning, to pur- eral days where his daughter, Mrs. caster, is the guest of Winifred Dunwith sell and Miss Myrtle Montgomery, of chase her line of spring and summer Kelly J. Francis before going to Atcan and familty. Mrs. J. K. Helm' and Mrs. Ben McKinney, were in this city for a goods. daughMrs. Walter G. Smith, of Stanford, lanta, Ga., to seeO.his other Jennings are the guests of Mrs. G. short time Friday. Foster. ter, Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor and was here last week visiting Miss Mary T. Ballard at Lancaster. to children were the week end guests of Vance, as she was on the way for a Miss Annie Dunn has returned Missher home at Hustonville, after a vis- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. trip to Colorado for the benefit of es MILLINERY OPENING At 22-- 1 March 18th. Straub's her health. Lexington Leader. Lyons at Lancaster. it her sister, Mrs. Dan Traylor. I THE HUB Pushin Bros., Department Store Danville, Kentucky request the honor of your presence at their v that First National Bank, Grand - SpringOpenin in their new building at Main and Third streets Friday and Saturday March 19 and 20 . up-to-da- te Mid-dlesbo- ro, We will display the season's newest Creations in Imported Pattern Hats, Gage Hats, and Ex- elusive Millinery Novelties, Afternoon and Evening Gowns, Tailored and 'jpnffliHiiiiw j j0 iT j ! Ij 3 Eg j J jl " P 'I' LSkL TheH.BlackCqMPAN? 3ty?m'uendiJ6i&u s&T -- bv I j I B I ' l ' Full sMwffiy kexStylesk Dress Suits, Coats, Skirts, Waists, Petticoats, Children's Wear, Dress Accessories, Footwear,, Hosiery, Etc. Also the latest Spring Fashions in Men's, Boy's and Chil- a -, &$& fc, lOUUIlg. t ' " ' " ' Stetson Hats Kaiser Neckwear Manhattan Shirts Walk-OvShoes er On Friday Evening, March 19th, from 7:30 to 10 o'clock, we will hold a PUBLIC RECEPTION and STYLE SHOW. Everybody Invited (No Goods Will Be Sold During the Reception and Style Show.) , ' A. B. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, THE STORE the-greate- Decorations Flowers Music Souvenirs - - - KENTUCKY THAT st SELLS WOOLTEX m possible opportunity to To give you beGome acquainted with the new spring fashions in every article of dress, we have arranged these TO REMOVE DANDRUFF I.H. . .' . . i. ''. " Wednesday and Thursday, March 17 and .18 Fashion plays an important part in the life of every woman. She should not be a .slave to it, and need not be; but every woman who cares about her personal appearance likes to be correctly dressed. Formal Opening Days bottle of Dantler-in- e at any drug stone, pour a little into your hand and rub well into the scalp with the finger tips. By morning; most, if ,not all, of this awful scurf will have disappeared. Two or three applications will destroy cveiy bit of dandruff; stop scalp itching and falling hair. Get a 25-ce- nt in Kentucky, aged 99 years, died' at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. J. C. Menifee, west of Sapulpa, Okla., this week. Mrs. Embry, whose name was Pote in her maiden days, was born in the old Daniel Boone fort July 14, 1815. Beng the daughter oif a pioneer and the wife of a man with she also became the disposition, possessed of pioneer fever and the family went from Kentucky to Ten- - nesses, from there to Kansas, thence to Colorado and then to Oklahoma, settling in Creek county, near Sapulpa. A few months ago a picture was taken of Mrs. Embry and a daughter, a granddaughter, a five generations, all dwelling in Oklahoma and living ia the same section of the Slate. Mrs. Embry was buried at Sapulpa Wednesday afternoon. great-granddaughter, To be correctly dressed does not necessarily mean the frequent buying of new things It does mean the choosing of garments that possess the correct style features of the Reason, and so well made that they will look well for a full season at least. These Wooltex coats, suits and skirts for spring are in refined, conservative styles embodied in materials and tailoring of the highest character garments in which you will be well and stylishly dressed for at least a full season. , f- - Examine these Wooltex tailored garments closely. See howv well they are made, with all the character of the skillful tailoring that ypu usually find only in custom-mad- e garments. Yet Wooltex' tailored coats, suits and skirts are very reasonable in cost considering their high character. Don't fail to come in during this full showing of New Wooltex Styles. , . Kentuckians In Oklahoma A dispatch to the Courier-Journfrom Oklahoma Sunday 'said: The Kentucky Club of Tulsa was rejuvenated Wednesday and held one of the best meetings that organization has ever had. Mesdames Guy Eaton, O.P. Sinks, Wash Hudson, Conn Linn, Ed. Cresslnd, C. P. Chenault, Allen Yea-gand Miss Alice Rankin had charge of the refreshments, which were served in old Kentucky fashion and in the old Kentucky ways; Speeches were made by a number of residents of the State and music in keeping with the occasion was rendered. Mrs. N. A. Embry, born and reared al SPRING MILLINERY Saturday, March 20, we will have our Display of Spring Millinery. We will show a complete line, including Pattern Hats from the Eastern markets, also Gage & Hart, and all the latest novelties in Flowers, Trimmings, Etc., showing a profusion of colors. We extend you a cordial invitation Semi-Annu- al er it . fBEE lr '"V WOOLTEX COATS at $15 to $25 WOOLTEX SUITS at $25 to $40 WOOLTEX SKIRTS at $6.50 to $1Q.P0 r i Jr . v . if J- - J A. ,. .. V 7. .s 'i . - - ' i&&: i X STOMACH IIXS. Mayr, of 154 Whiting St, Geo. H. Chicago, 111., a prominent druggist, has published a guide to health, in which he shows how he cured himself and brought relief to thousands of other sufferers, from constipation, biliousness, indigestion and intestinal troubles by the use of French healing oils. One dose usu ally convinces, 1 he most chromp cases rarely need over three doses. This book will be mailed free 'on request. Mayr's Wonderful .Remedy is sold by leading drucrcrists everywhere with tne positive understanding that youf mosey will be refunded without question or quibble if ONE bottle fails to give jou absolute . satiifftctioof BOOK. Noel Sisters . . . . Danville, Kentucky Jltt. Al ' &"., - i I The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, March 16, 1915. The Weatherf ord Company 9 Extends to You a Cordial Invitation to Attend Their - Millinery Opening, Saturday, Mar. 20. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Miss Beecher Newbern, with the Assistance of Miss Donnelley, of Cincinnati, is in Charge of This Department. 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. 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 $ 00 worth of taxable property in said county as equalized and certified by the Auditor of Public Accounts. Also a levy of $ .50 on each male person over the age of 2 years, as returned by the Assessor, and listed by the Board of Supervisors, and the County Court Clerk. 1 1 Eat what you want and not be troubled with indigestion if you will take a You Can Enjoy Life 1 To 50 cents on $7,026,871 taxable property certified by Auditor $35,134.36 To 50c on $34,164 taxable pioperty listed by County Clerk 170.82 To 50 cents on $649,010 C. N. 0. & T. P. R. R. Co To 50 cents on $428,954 L.& N. R.R. Co. (Lebanon branch) To 50 cents on $22,700 L.& N. R.R. Co (Richmond branch)...... To 50 cents on $669,963 C. N. O. & T. P. R. R. Co To 50 cents on $314,636 L.& N. R.R. Co. (Lebanon branch) To 50 cents on $62,871 L.& N. R.R. Co. (Richmond branch To To To To To To To To To To To To To To 10 50c on 50c on 50c on 50c on 50c on 50c on 50c or $10,061. Southern Express Company $9,006 Cumberland Tel. & Tel Co $869 American Tel. & Tel. Co $20,000 Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co $5,230 Hustonville Telephone Co $16,756 Western Union Telegraph Co $8,422 Pullman Co Railroad Tangible Tax Railroad Franchise Tax Other Franchise Taxes 3,245.05 2,144.77 113.50 3,349.81 1,573.18 314.35 50.30 45 03 4,34 100.00 26.15 83.78 42.11 286.28 102.80 55.32 59.25 786.32 281 87 63.10 67.60 152.76 6,490.50 300.00 $55,043.35 $ ' . 50c on $57,505, The National Bank of Hustonville, Ky., 50c on $20,560 The Peoples' Bank of Hustonville, Ky., 50c on $11,064, Bank of Moreland, Ky., 50 cents on $11,851 McKinney Deposit Bank 50c on $157,264 Lincoln County National Bank, Stanford,.. 50c on $60,264 First National Bank. Stanford 50c on $12,620 Crab Orchard Banking Company ouc on .la.ou Waynesburg Deposit Bank 1U reiiu) on $ou,ooi otate tsunK & Trust Jo., Stanlord... .. To 4,327 polls returned by Assessor at $1.50 each...-- . To 200 polls listed by the County CWk at $1.50 each Lincoln County Bank Tax The Sheriff is entitled to the following credits: By 50 cents on $18,444 delinquent property By 50 cents on $39,872 duplicated property By 50 cents on $12,538 property exonerated by county court By 50 cents on $51,845 sold to state and county By amount of dirt road claims .' By 1.426 delinquent polls, less $213 By amount paid County Treasurer as receipts herewith filed By Sheriff's commission for collecting levy and school tax By receipt of County Treasurer to balance account 92.22 199.36 62.69 259.22 8,735.05 35,245.02 2,874.05 5,649.74 I,926i00 All of which is submitted to the court. This, February 27th, 9 5, G. B. Cooper, Commissioner. 1 1 $55,043.35 Spring Millinery AT THE EMPORIUM, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Our buyers have returned from the city and Wednesday, March 17th, we will have our line ready for your inspection. Prices as usual, Lower than elsewhere. Come and be convinced. Our Spring Line now complete with all of the fabrics. Clearance Sale still on. See our Ladies' Suits at $5 and $7.50; Yours for Fair Exchange, My high bred ChestThey Love to Take it and t Doesn't nut Sorrel Stallion will make the seaHarm the Tender Little Stomach Tablet son of 1915 at my oarn on the old Liver and Bowels. before and after each meal. Sold only fair grounds at Hustonville, Ky. He high, weight 1,200 is 16 by us 25c a box. When your child suffers from a pounds. hands serve a limited number Will Penny's Drug Stor. cold don't wait; give the little stom,a living $15 to ach, liver and bowels a gentle, thor- of mares at due when insure is parted mare colt; season When cross, ough cleansing Farm and Stock News peevish, listless, at once.doesn't sleep, with or on leaving the county. This pale, eat or act naturally, if breath is bad, stallion is by Ashland Brook and out Mrs. W. P. Dishon, on the Somer- stomach sour, give a teaspoonful of of a standard bred trotting mare. set pike, sold a cow o a Livingston "California Syrup of Figs," and in a He has proven to be a great breeder, party last week for $50. consti- having colts to show for him. His few hours all the clogged-up- , Fred Carson, of the West End, sold pated waste, sour bile and undigested colts are all saddle colts, with good to Squire J. K. Helm, a Jersey calf food will gently move out of the bow- style and action. Call and see a good last week for $22.50. els, and you have a well, playful before breeding times comes. Henry L Martin, Jr., sold his child again. Jim Reed country place, on the If your child coughs, snuffles and I will also stand the great jack, Vor&aiiles and Midway turnpike, near has caught cold or is feevish or has a Midway, fontafaing o7 acres to Dr. sore throat give a good dose of "Cal- Jim Reed, the well known mule jack Ben F. Parrish for $23,000 or more ifornia Syrup of Figs," to evacuate by the old jack of Jirn Reed's; having at than $343 an acre. the bowels no difference what other sold his coltsa fine$100 at weaning breeder, having time. He is J. H. Baughman, of Boyle and S. treatment is given. H. Baughman, of this city, bought a i Sick children needn't be coaxed to colts to show for hti nere. He has a bunch of light feeders from U. T. Sel-b- ' take this harmless "fruit laxative." large bone and his colts have good of Russell county, Saturday Millions of mothers keep it handy be- - bone and style. He will stand at $10 morning, the former getting 17 head cause they know its action on the to insure a living colt. Money due if and the latter 12. The beeves ran in stomach, liver and bowels is prompt mare is parted with or leaves the weight from 400 to 500 pounds and and sure. They also know a little giv- county. B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, cost the buyers $35 a head. en today saves a sick child tomorrow. A dispatch from Washington says Ask your druggist for a that President Wilson was informed bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," Friday in a telegram from Gov. Cap- 'which contains directions for babies, per, of Kansas, that "the foot and children of all ages and for grown mouth disease continues to spread ups plainly on the bottle. Beware of and threaten to wipe out the livestock counterfeits sold here. Get the genuindustry of Kansas." ire was asked to ine made by "California Fig Syrup 22-- 1 sci'd Dr. A. D. Melvin, chief of the Company." personal charge of the situation. BLUE LICK About 70,000 pounds of tobacco were sold at Richmond Friday. All The farmers are very Dusy burngrades were higher and bidding was ing tobacco beds in this section. sprited. Prices ranged from $1 to $37 Mrs. J. T. Chasteen and grandthe 100 pounds. The highest price for daughter, Miss Dollie Adkins spent a. crop lot was to Robert Graves, a Monday night with Mr. W. G. Srin-gsmall boy of Garrard county, who and family. sold 700 or 800 pounds at an average Mr. and Mrs. Hays Humphrey of $18 the 100 pounds. This was the spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Weslast sales day of the year and prices ley Naylor. were much better than at any time Miss Annie Nichols snent the week during the season. Indications are with her sister, Mrs. G. W. Daugher- that as much tobacco will be grown ty. next year in Madison and, Garrard Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Daugherty counties as the Richmond market were the guests of Mis Mary Stringer sold this season 8,000,000 pounds at last Sunday. a price averaging more than 8 cents Mr. Walter Manning was the guest New 1915 Model a nound. of Mr. James Daugherty. Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Dollie Adkins spent last week with her parents, M. and Mrs. W. L. Adkins. A. S. H. R. 3228 Mr. Archie Adkins spent Saturday New Features Sired by Dignity Dare 1992, he by night and Sunday with his grandparChester Dare 10 he by Black Squirrel ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chasteen. 58, he by King William 97; 1st dam We have on display Mr. Naylor Toxaway 4658, also registered in per forTom prettiestgave a cake supthe girl and the ugthe' automobile sensaVol. 10, A. S. H. R.; she by Abdallah liest girl. Mambrino 3715, he by Almont 33; tion of the age the Rev. J. T. Chasteen spent Monday 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit Davis, night with his grandson, Mr. J. T. New 1915 Maxwell. by Bourbon Chief; 3rd dam, Mattie Holley of Rowland. S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, Rev. J. T. We want to show you by Imported Glenco 4th dam Bettie Hasty held a Chasteen atand Brother meeting Mason's Gap C. by Cunningham's Copperbottom. and had good crowds. this oar which has every NOTE Almont Dare's colts from virtue of the highest grade mares bring as high as $300 at weanlings to $500 and $1000 at i priced Amerioan or FOR A BAD COLD three to four years; $600 was foreign car, and a numoffered for his dam at 2 years old and $400 for his 2nd dam when ber of improvements The surest way to stop a cold is horses were cheap. One full bro- to liven the liver and cleanse the not found in any other ther sold for $3,600 and another re- bowels, the nicest cathartic to and ported sold for $1,500, and one siscar at any price. ter, Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. do this is a box of Casca-ret- s. Thi. "WoBdcrCw"witfa ElecHis 3rd dam could rack as fast as a Take one or two Cascarets tric ad good horse could run under whip and tonight and your cold Lijhta oaly $55 extra. Elc.tria may be gone spur. He is a pretty bay 16 hands and weighs around 1200 pounds. by morning. Goes 6 distinct gaits all good and Fine Stalloin For Sale fast. Pretty good breeding, don't I will sell privately my fine you think so? deep sorrel stallion by All Season 1913 at my stable, 2 2 miles from Hustonville, on Liberty Peavine, out of a Grey Eagle mare. Pike at $15 to insure a live colt. He is 15.3 hands hig, .has fine ,bone Money due when colt is foaled, mare and style and is a splendid breeder. parted with ov bred elsewhere. Grass I will, sell this horse worth the money at $2 per month and all stock will and if you are looking for a money have my personal attention, but will maker, come and see him sure. ED 22-2- p H. C. Carpenter, Stanford, not be responsible for accidents. BALLARD, Stanford. Ky. Service Station, Som-sCorrespondence and inspection inExport and import values of copstreet. Ask for literavited. ture or demonstration. Will also stand my big mule and per have been cut in half by the war for the six months ending January jennet jack on same terms. S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. 31. six-year-fine-Jy-improved Jii ttejcM A CHILD'S LAXATIVE IS "SYRUP OF FIGS" High Grade Stallion Dyspepsia "Wooly" Boy Clothes MwmM JMtwk mm llMwi lit jfg 9 MATtaVBUC For the boy that "wears good clothes, this is the Suit none better made. In fact, the only PURE WOOL suit. See the "Sheep "Label in back of coat. Our Spring stock now complete. All the new shades and models. y, I ! j 50-ce- nt 1 HM ROBINSONS COME AND GET A BARGAIN. er These goods will he be sold at Groceries STOP AND THINK COST. during the will sold UNDER 30 days' sales. COST BARGAINS BARGAINS To My Friends: You see in the papers of Clearance Sales to sell to make room for new goods. That means a small cut on goods. But I mean to sell to PAY MY DEBTS. We will start sales MARCH 1st and continue 30 days. We have a splendid stock of SHOES about 400 pair Ladies' and Gents, Boys and Girls; DRY GOODS and NOTIONS, UNDERWEAR, HOSHARDWARE, TINWARE, IERY, LAFE MORGAN. Milledgeville, Ky. Take a little piece of tin and a little piece of board; Put the two together and vou have a little Ford. Collectors of Internal Revenue are being besieged by drug victims seeking means of getting narcotic drugs. Many drug stores are being robbed of their stocks of these drugs. JvCaxwell Almont Dare, i $695 17 Etc. WOOL. We are paying the Highest Market Price for Wool. We are representing Springfield Woolen Mills, formerly representey by J. D. Eads&Co. See 7 10-ce- nt Self-Start-er PENCE & HILL, Stanford. four-year-ol- d, 1-- Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. et Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. HARRY JACOBS SEED OATS! Car NorthernWhite Seed Just Arrived $ gHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. TO THE PUBLIC. Manufacturers and Dealers in High - Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 164 -- E. B. Campbell, Stanford. STANFORD : : KENTUCKY THIS IS A MONEY MAKER. Come In And Let Mr. Rout Show You. Produce Wanted ! I will still continue to INSURE Your Property in the Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN.& SMITH, Agents Stanford, Kentucky clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, iTiv e.--. me the advantage over one "who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples are now ready for your inspection. Call .and let me sliow you. H. C. RUPLEY, tke fractal Tag made-to-order I represent the largest and best & J. H. Baughman F- Co. I Stanford . Ky. K; k J - buy your CHICKENS, EGGS and HIDES at the Highest Market Prices, at The Garage on Cuf Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. , Pkeae 203. , W.H. Higgins. 1 i i- Wl ,wf r . ',. t .5 4 A l5 zjftikkr - - . 4.