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"- - v m v. v. . ; k& ', M M B I P Wr SS aa- - w M m M M i i T T JOURNAL ed r Thit Paper Stopi WJaea Your is'np Watci tie Date Oa L Keaew Your Subicripoa P t-- , 1 VVX9' ,A t v01 ra- - , Established 860. 56th Year. 1 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 23, 1915 JL Tuesdays and Fridays- - and they have no charges to make GEORGE LUNSFORD DEAD. NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING ENGLISH RINGNECK PHEASANTS TROUBLE NEAR DUNCAN. WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH against him. In fact, they were parti: here cularly anxious to have that state- Will Be Done This Year By Blue Well Known Real Estate Dealer To Be Placed--.in Lincoln County To ' STANFORD, TOLD BY EARLY Tom Eads Shoots Granville Carman ment made. It is known that one of Grass Fair Association Passes Away at Shelby City. Breed Under Protection Indianapolis Reporter Tells of Notes the bank owners was in Indiana a When Latter Tries to Stab Him. Large Congregations Continue to short time after the failure of the Lincoln Men Are On and Gives James H. Baughman, of Hill Top Quite a shock was occasioned . H. J. McRoberts? of Stanford, has Cicero bank, but what he was doing farm, near Shelby City, was in StanDeputy Sheriff Edmund Murphy, Hear Magnificent Sermons by Dr. Metcalf's History there or what he accomplished is not ford Saturday on business, having among his many friends here Satur- just made, arrangements with State of King's Mountain, arrested Tom day when news cameof the death at Game and Fish Warden J. Quincy Eads, son of Zeke Eads Monday j known. Winburn at Baptist Meeting. just returned Lexington, where Shelby City and But it is known that Metcalf had he attended a from W. H. Blodgett, the special staff meeting of the Board well known of George Lunsford, a Ward, of Frankfort to send a covey brought him to town that afternoon real estate dealer and of English Ring-NeckPheasants to on a charge of shooting at correspondent of the Indianapolis mortaged his new home for $1,500 of Directors of the Blue Grass Fair Large congregations continue to and on that mortgage he had paid Association of which he is a member. trader. Mr. Lunsford was taken sud- Lincoln county, where they will be Carman, with intent to kill. Granville News, who came to Lincoln county, He took denly ill and spent several hours at Stanford $500. When he left he turned back to Upon his motion, the board decided developed with Blight's disease, which put out on farms in various sections the young man before Judge Bailey hear Dr. Winburn, the eloquent and into 'pneumonia, -- and the of the county to propagate. Some will who set the trial for Thursday and effective evangelist at the Baptist and then went on to McKinney to the McKinney bank the stock he own- to do most of the advertising for this church came investigate the record of R. H. Met- ed in the concern, and also handed big fair, in the country newspapers, end forty-tw-o quickly. Mr. Lunsford be put in the East End, and some in also issued a warrant for the arrest week. each afternoon and night this Notwithstanding th fot f years of age, and be the West End. Mr. McRoberts is ar of Carman charging him with cutting over to the bank the property he built instead of using billboards, fences, was calf, former cashier of the McKinney bank, who is now involved in con- on which there was a $1,000 unpaid signs, handbills, etc so extensively as fore moving to Shelby City had been ranging to place them "a cock and Eads. The difficulty between the two ."inclement weather early this week ana tne latter part of last, the internection with the failure of his bank mortgage. in former years. Mr. Baughman is a resident of Lincoln ror manytyears. two hens at a time on farms where happened at Tolbert After Metcalf left McKinney, an very well acquainted with the value He formerly conducted a store near they will be assured of absolute pro- King's Mountain, and Sims' west of est in everything he has had to say at Cicero, Ind., wrote an interesting in the Duncan story of his visit and investigation in (expert accountant Was employed to of newspaper advertising, having con lurnersville and had long been en tection from hunters, so that they section, Sunday night. According to has been intense and all who hear him gaged in trading and farming. He my breed unmolested and form the young Eads he .had gone to Mr. Sims' confess their admiration of the rare go over nis books. Owners of the ducted some Xincoln upon his return home. As told oi the most successful in Friday's I. J., he found that Met- bank say the accounts were badly horse and mule sales here that have had built up a large real estate busi foundation for a big stock of this hometo engage some turnips and af- simplicity and convincing argument which he brings to bear in telling the mixed and jumbled up so that it ever been held in the state of Ken- ness in .Boyle and was a hustler and gamey bird in. Lincoln county. Mr. ter his business was concluded, calf stood bigh in this community. '' was impossible to tell anything about tucky, and he found then that his popular with all who knew him. The McRoberts has been assured by talked with three voune- ladies. had story of Jesus and His love. His story in the Indianapolis paper, As them. The expert straightened oufrj greatest success in advertising his deceased is survived by his wife, who County Warden J. C. Magee, and Jie was leaving Carman and another The meetings will continue on is of much interest here where Metman came in. He says he spoke to through this week. Much regret is calf has many relatives and friends. tne books and the bank owners say sales was through the country news- was a Miss Moser, a daughter of other county official that every Fred Moser, of Gilbert's Creek, and possible will be give.n these them as he passed that Metcalf's accounts were correct. papers, which he used extensively. It reads as follows: that that felt, however, aver the four children; also two brothers, John birds, and that any one who may vio- when he was about them, and from Winburn is compelled factreturn Dr. McKinney, Ky., March 20. The There was no shortage and jumbled Owing to existing conditions in to 100 yards to condition of the accounts was the re- Kentucky and other States as a result and Enoch Lunsfoi-d-, three sisters, late the law by killing them will be the place Carman came out and his charge, the Walnut street BapFanners' and Merchants' Bank, of Cicero, Ind., which is in the hands of sult of carelessness, the bank owners of the caught up with him. He cut Eads tist church, at Louisville Friday afdisease, the di- Mrs. G. A. Camden, Mrs. Alexander subject to its heaviest penalties. a receiver, holds paper for about said. That is as far as the bank own- rectors of the Association decided to Masterson, Mrs. Eb Mastersbn and" Game Commissioner Ward, will severely on his left arm. Eads man- ternoon. Dr. Winburn is a man of his aged mother, Mrs.' Frances Mas- Soon have a shipment of 2,500 of aged to get his gun out, he says, $14,000 signed by R. H. Metcalf, who ers will go. eliminate from the regular and many activities, of enormous energy There are two mysteries connected cattle, swine and sheep. In thecatalog terson, all of Indianapolis, Ind. Mr, these birds from England. He has re shot at Carman three times, hitting and in great demand and, finds it imwas president of the bank and who is event Lunsford had for years been a mem- ceived word possible to remain here longer. that the ships Dominion .him once in the neck, and grazed-hiunder hond on n phnrcp nf pmhp77)p. with R. H. Metcalf leaving here.One that conditions improve later, a supment; J. M. Metcalf, who is the fath- - 'M nmI h happened to hook up with plementary catalog will be issued cov- ber of the Christian church. Funeral "..v. uuiuuiiuii, nmni icit stomach, none of "the wounds being The largest congregation that has services were conducted'byMr. J. C. March 7 and 9, respectively, are well fatal, it is thought. Deputy Sheriff gathered during the er of R. H. Metcalf, and G. M. Met- the Hinshaw crowd and the other is ering these classes, of stock. revival services at- - "McCor-mack- 's of calf, his brother. The father's signa- how he got the money to buy the CicThe sum of $3,600 was appropriat- McClary,rhurchStanford, afternoon, in past the danger zone of mines and murpny says that barman was drunk, at tne .Baptist church heard Dr. WinSunday clear of the English coast. They are and that he saw him in that condition burn Sunday night. Each ture is to about $10,700 worth of pa- ero bank. The first one has been sol- ed for running races in addition to aisle was per. J. M. Metcalf runs a little drug ved. He told the bank owners that he theJiarness purses. The plan is to the presence of a large gathering of expected in Philadelphia this week, in King's Mountain that afternoon. filled with chairs and many had to when W. W. Longmoor will go there store at Paint Lick, Ky., and the bro- had an uncle in Indiana who suggest have three running races and two friends and loved ones. . Eads says that leave to get the birds. In communication to man before in his he never saw Car- seats. without being able to obtain ed to him that he had a good oppor- harness races on each of the six days thers live there. The sermon that those who life, said nothing Mr. Ward is was stated that all the to him and does not know why he at- could get in heard, was Court Day at Lancaster. Persons here who were asked about tunity to buy a going bank at Cicero. of the fair, which will be the week of probably the Notwithstanding the real value of the Metcalf paper But he did not give the name or loca- August 2 to 7 inclusive. the inclement London ships were suddenly tacked him. Young Eads and his most masterly that this eloquent man by the British Admiralty father, lived said they would not give $100 for the tion of the uncle. In view of the fact that the public weather yesterday, a fairly good years on the has delivered since he has been in However, it seems that Stanley Mc- schools have inaugurated a movement crowd attended court at "Lancaster for war use. probably as transport. place of T. for several entire $14,000. There is also in the B. Hammonds, on the Stanford. He spoke from the text. Indiana bank paper signed by J. L. intosh, pretty well known through- to have vegetables and flower gar- but very little business waftransact-ed- . and only Liverpool boats were avail- Danville pike, west of Stanford, and "Son, Remember," being the words of Beck, the father-n-laNo cattle were at the pens on ac- able. These birds will be distributed moved to the King's Mountain sec- Abraham to Dives when the latter of R. H. Met- out Indiana, and who is now at Mish- - dens this summer, the directors, for calf, for $2,500, and in addition to jawaka," had much to do with Met:alf the purpose of giving encouragement count of the quarantine arid if there throughout the State, Mr. Ward hav- tion a few months ago. besought him to permit some one to that note there is a note of $5,000 tiiKing a piunge int inaiana unan-ee- s. in this direction, decided to open a were any around town they escaped ing made arrangements with farmers return to earth to warn his brothers Mcintosh was born and reared contest for school exhibits of this the vigilant eye of the seireral trad- in different sections to receive and attached to which is the signature of Former Lincoln Woman Dead of the life they were living J. L. Beck in possession of an Indi- at McKinney and knewisMetcalf. The class. President L. L. Haggin in this ers on hand. A number'of rjiules were protect the birds on their farms until News has been received here of results of their sin. The manand the t of thif E. M. connection authorized the offering of on the market butfthe demand was they are acclimated and have propa- he death last week at North Salem, anapolis bank. There is also paper story as related here home to the sinner in the for a premium of $50 and a handsome sil- anything but great A few sold at gated. It is understood that a large Indiana of Mrs. Nannie with the signature of J. B. Beck for Hinshaw was searching Hocker Wa- most direct way the lesson that the 5250, the brother-in-laof R. H. some one who would like o buy a ver cup to the school having the best $100 to $135. Plugnorses were slow consignment will be nlaced on a ters, wife of Newton Waters. Mrs. future state of the soul is determined Metcalf. Persons here said that the nice little bank at Cicerp. Ind., and exhibit. The school that wins the cup, at $50 and $65 and better ones were thousand acre tract of land belonging solely by a man's life and actions up.Beck paper is good if the signatures Mcintosh suggested Metcalf as a good in order to retain it permanently, not in demand. Several of&he better to Berea College in Madison county. Waters was born near McCormack's on this earth. And in his beautiful cnurch, in this count.v, almost sixty-nin- e "are genuine. nvin to run the bank. The details of will have to win the award the second class sold at $120 to $150Many of years age With her parents she preoration he declared that if there J. L. Beck, the father-in-lalives the deal are not known here. As to year, according to the provisions gov- the Garrard farmers have engaged CONTRACTS FOR PIKE WORK went t'. JJoyle cror.ty eating iie: are real flmase in hell fire for the lost, in a beautiful home about two miles where Metcalf got the money to boy erning the contest. their lambs to go during Jane at sevParksville where she grew to wom they will be no more severe punishto know. As in the country. He owns several hun- the bank no one seems The meeting, which was presided en cents. Hardly the usuanacreage of Are let By Fiscal Court Where En- anhood. She left there forty-fiv- e ment than to have Satan standing at dred acres of fine blue grass farm far as can be learned he had no ready over by President L. L. Haggin and tobacco will be grown .over there, but years ago, to make her home at ones side and uttering these words. gineer Will Not Have Charge land and in financial circles has ra- money with which to buv tha Indiana which was attended by eight out of a bumper crop of corn may be exNorth Salem, Ind., later becenvng the "Son, Remember," with a demonical bank, and diligent inquiry of many the fifteen members of the director- pected, if one is to judge from the ting is A-- l. of Newton Waters. Mrs. Waters laugh. to elicit any in- ate, was a most hamonious and en- land broken for that cereal. Contracts for road reconstruction wife been J. L. Beck was not inclined to dis- citizens here failed had suffering from a nervous The sermon Sunday morning was cuss the notes on which his signature formation on that point. They all aid thusiastic one, and Secretary John W. Considerable politics were indulged work in Lincoln county this spring know unless r.e nought Bam said that the indications point' in. Judge Charles Hardin, and Attor were let at a meeting of the Fiscal trouble for about twelve yeirs. Dur- likewise a strikingly convincing exappears. He is a short heavy set man they did not ing with a kindly face and manners that the bark with the Metcalf and Beck to one of the best fairs in the history ney (J. U. Fox, candidates for cir- Court last week. At the same meet- her all these years of illness she bore position of the results to be expected afflictions with Christian forti- of a life away from the Savior and ing the delinquent property and poll before-the-wpaper which was found in the bank of the association. e beam with the cuit judge, were present and they did tax lists for 1913 and 1914 were sold tude having in early life confessed her the rewards for those who follow Him hospitality. Asked if he had sign- when the receiver took charge. lots of handshaking. Hon.iJohn bam Saviour, and uniting with ChrisIf'ovevei, the people here do ed the note for $2,500 he answered. Owsley, of this city, and Common- to Sheriff J. G. Weatherford for tian church. She is survivedthe a hus- and accept Him. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. by Sunday afternoon a $100. "I do not know anything about the seem to have lost confidence in R. II. wealth's Attorney Emm'ett Puryear band; two brothers, W. W. Hocker, ing was held for men, special meetAll Presbyterians will please take were there, but the other candidate Quite a lot of the road reconstruc- of Metcalf. The general opinion is that at which Dr. note." North Salem, Ind., and George H. he was trimmed by the Indiana crowd notice that the self denial envelopes for Commonwalth's "You know R. H. Metcalf?" Attorney, Mr. tion work will be done under the su- Hocker; two sisters, Mrs. J. N. Hock- Early, pastor of the church, spoke, as Dr. Winburn was worn out from anjlliing for Foreign Missions will be called Rodman Keendn, of Mer,cer, was con- pervision of the County Road En- er and Mrs. George a'icl th.it if he has done ." "Yes sir, he is my A. Kirkland, of his strenuous work. A large crowd' gineer McKee Rif f e, who will have Boyle 'And you will not say whether you wrong it was done in a desperate ef for on Sunday March 28th. spicuous for hia absence. county. Mrs. Kirkland was at of men were present, some being The Woman's Missionary Society charge of all road work advertised fort, to save the Indiana bank. He iJt&iU&m&iea u e note;" her bedside when the end came. of the Methodist church held its regwhich is not given under the list of there who said that it was the first tV&flftwBHaKllsgAjSaAA; ovdVajMbkiifrkpabout will 'have. plenty of backing from this Bastla time they had been in a church house S&aZiSfripjJ place inJftriwnal charge that was ular monthly meetin with Mrs. C. R. ..The LexiijfWBPMP5gaidCity. Mon- contracts awarded below. The co- Big Crowd at Hustonville Opening. for as long a period as five or six Wednesdayr; day f J. Wrastrnfweai 3! c"oal-ontract work "There is another note for S5.000 filed agairtst him in Indiana, and nu- - CulenKUVat-- 2 the ' News comes from Hustonville that years. Dr. Early made one of and an erator of Pittsburgh and Central court was as follows: given to the Farmers' and Merchants' -- erous letters have gone from thi Many members were pre-MiStanford and Knob Lick pike, one of the most successful business heart to heart talks to Bank, of Cicero, that is in possession locality assuring him of the trust that interesting program was rendered, City, Ky., who purchased the attracbeing Mrs. tive residence of Samuel C. Stofer George McCowan 25 yards of gravel days ever seen in the hustling little men, and made a strong impression is still imposed in him. I did not find the principal feature ot an Indianapolis bank. Did you sign capital of the west end was Saturday upon all, urging them to live cleaner, any one however, who had made of- N. W. Fowle's report of the Annual on Ashland avenue a year ago and at 70 cents a yard. t that?" Meeting held at Maysville. This report moVed his family to this city, residStanford and Ottenheim pike sec- when the Weatherford Company held lives, and impressing them with the fer .of financial assistance. "I can only say that I do not know The arrest of Metcalf came as a showed that the work is prospering in ing with his anything about either note." Lee Mitchell tion 1, Henry James, 40 yards of its Spring Millinery Opening. A large duty which is theirs to set the right great shock to this locality and the all parts of the Kentucky Conference, and family, has left Lexington with stone at $9.50 a rod; section 2, Hen- number of ladies and gentlemen were sortof example to their children and And that was all the satisfaction all this having the that could be obtained from either J. general expression was that Metcalf history of been the best year in The his family and located at Central City ry James 76 yards stone at $9.50 a present from the over that part of the families and in their business, and sonew spring styles cial lives. the organization. rod; section 3 Henry James 100 county and B. Beck concerning paper was not smart nough to cope with L. or J. in order to be where he could exerwhich the hustling management has Dr. Early made an extended talk held in Indiana to which their names the Indiana crowd and that he had Stanford society was well to the front cise supervision over his coal mining yards gravel at $4 a rod. Stanford and Lancaster pike, Gus secured were greatly admired. Miss before Dr. Winburn's sermon Saturappeared. A few days ago the repre- been trimmed by the bunch around and the Children's Society under the interests there. Mr. Mitchell and sentative of an Indianapolis hink Cicero and Noblesville. People think leadership of of Mrs. C. R. Coleman family accompanied them and Mr. Gieszl ,125 yards stone at $1.25 a Donnelley, of Cincinnati, assisted by day night in which he told in plain, Miss Beecher Newbern, is in charge unvarnished language what he was here trying to get information that Metcalf was all right, wading was one of the five best. The Dan- Mitchell will'be associated with him yard. Stanford and Rowland pike, W. L. of this department of the big store. thought was the matter with Stanabout the J5,000 note and he suc- close to the shore n the financial ville District, led by Mrs. W. E. Ar- in the conduct of the mine commisceeded about as well as I did. The stream, but when he got out into the nold, has made steady progress and sary. Messrs. Bastin and Mitchell Cordier, 10 yards gravel at 60 cents Col. George D. Weatherford. mana ford. He said that during the meetger of the establishment, who knows ing at the Methodist church he had Indiana man did not give his name. current, he was not a strong enough this year showed an advance in every and their excellent families made a yard. line. Larger things were planned for many friends in Lexington during Stanford and Somerset pike, sec- the value of the right kind of pub- heard, the question asked. During was a small man with a dark mus- swimmer. He Another question that is asked here the work next year. Very much to the their stay here' who regretted their tion 2, C. W. Lovell, 75 yards stone licity advertised the opening exten- the recent revival at the Presbytetache and wore glasses. He had the note with him and was not is how it happened that the Indiana- regret of every one Mrs. Arnold felt departure. T. B. Satterwhite, pres- at $11.75 a rod; section 4, D. R. sively in the I. J., which covers the rian church he had also had asked $5,000 able to have the signature of J. L. polis bank examiners did not know compelled to retire from the leader- ident of the Consumers' Ice & Coal Adams, 25 yards stone at $1 a yard; West End of Lincoln r.nd down into him, "What is the matter with StanBeck identified by any one who was that the $14,000 of Metcalf paper ship of the District, but Stanford Company, has leased the Bastin prop- section 5, J. G. Baugh, 25 yards Caey like a fine tooth comb, and he ford?" And now he is expecting, was not good and if the signatures to friends will be pleased to learn that erty and will move into it within the stone at $1.05 a yard; section 6, Jo-si- is greatly pleased witu the results ob- the same question during the Bapfamiliar with Mr. Beck's writing. Singleton 25 yards gravel at tained. tist meeting. He declared that he So there is about $21 000 worth of the Beck paper were genuine? One of Mrs. J. E. Claunch, of Somerset was next few days. was going to tell the people before 65 cents a yard; section 7, J. G. paper in the Cicero bank, or for what Metcalf's brothers was here and gave chosen to succeed her. At the close Prof. Hubbard's Book. him just what was the trouble. He the Cicero bank is responsible, that the people of McKinney the informa- of the meeting delightful refresh- Dr. Weatherford Takes High Rank. Baugh, 35 yards gravel at 65 cents "The Notes of a Private," a book said it might hurt some one, but that can be marked doubtful. The remain- tion that the depositors of the Cicero ments were served by the hostess and many friends "back home" are a yard; section 8, W. 'M. Singleton, His all left determined to do better work glad to learn bank would lose about $60,000. loved every one, of the Civil War, by Mr. der is questionable. that Dr. James Elwood 100 yards gravel at 65 cents a yard. Hubbard, has been read John aMilton he tel them because heand was going On March 1, 1914, the deposits in than in the past. to McKinney is a bit of a town squatdid love them. by Stanford and Hustonville pike, num"son-'o- f Sheriff and Mrs. Weatherford, Early ting in a hollow between hills. It is the Cicero bank were $153,210.45. J. G. Weatherford, of Lincoln county, section 3, John Montgomery, 150 ber in Stanford, who find it most in- Dr."There said:men Mrs. Lou Pettus Buried at C..O. are in this city, and teresting and full of merit. That this on the Queen & Crescent railroad, When the bank failed the deposits who graduates the next few weeks yards stone at $1.25 a yard. King's Mountain and Pleasant is the third edition proves its success men in these four churches, heads of Mrs. Lou Pettus died at her home from the Jefferson Medical College 132 miles south of Cincinnati and were as follows: $66,99.38" at Corbin Sunday. The deceased Philadelphia, has been notified that Point pike, J. G. Baugh, 100 yards and it will undoubtedly have a place families some of them, who can solve 155 miles from Louisville. Only one Commercial deposits 23,304.38 was Miss Mary Roberts, of Crab Or- he successfully passed the required gravel at bo 'cents a yard. a day stops here and the only Savings deposits train in the literature of the South. Mr. this, problem, if they can be brought King's Mountain and Duncan pike, Hubbard served the entire period of by the grace of God from the depths way to reach the place is by automo- Certificates of deposits ..., 12,114.10 chard before her marriage to Mr. Pet- test which will permit him to go.as bile, with a horse and buggy, or from tus. She was a devoted member of Kings County'Hospital, W. M. Singleton, 50 yards gravel at the war in. Co. E, 7th Tennessee Cav- of theii; souls to do it. They would at Total deposits $102,417.68 the Christian church and will be interne the the airy, in parts of five states. Mr. : be honored of God if they would a flying machine that is if you largest in New York City. 65 cents a yard. one of This shows a falling off in deposits greatly missed. Preachersville and Garrard pike, Hubbard and his excellen wife will, have the backbone to come here and She leaves a hus- This is the hospital he wanted to get miss the one train. There are two stores, a blacksmith shop, a little ho- of $50,927.77 and the people down band, who is a brother of Mrs. J. F. into and is very happy over his good A. Bartels, five yards gravel at 74 be remembered as having had charge stand up before these people and of the college here a fewe years ago. make a downright, honest confession tel, postoffice and several residences. here are wondering why that much Cummins, of .this city. The burial oc- fortune. Dr. Weatherford is the cents a yard. of their sins, one to the other. I Carpenter's Station and Moreland As it is surrounded by blue grass of a decrease in deposits in a little curred at Crab Orchard today. Club in his Presdent of the Southern don't suggest that you should specify Resigns as Deputy Sheriff. farms, there is a bank here, too, a bit more than a year did not attract the college; Associate Editor of his class pike, Arthur Russell, lOO.yards gravof a bank that has a small capital attention of the Indianapolis bank exFrancis Weatherford, who has just what your sins are I wouldn't Several shares of stock in the paper and is very popular with the el at 50 cents a yard. Crab Orchard' and Lancaster pike, made his father, Sheriff J. G. Weath- have you do it; but I would like to stock and which does business mostly aminers. Boyle Bank & Trust Co., of Danville, faculty as well as the student body. with farmers. For about seven years section 2, Singleton Bros., 100 yards erford, a most excellent deputy, re- see you .get up right in the face of changed hands at $200 to $202. Bryan Preaching Prohibition K. H. Metcalf was cashier of this Mcgravel at 75 cents a yard. signed Friday. . It is understood that your boys, and your neighbors and Ernest H. Harris,"of Lawrenceburg Married Seventy Years. Kinney bank. Metcalf was employed pike, B. W. he will be appointed rural route car- from deep down in your hearts say Dix River and Gai-rarA dispatch from Washington last has been appointed a storekeeper Lancaster H. B. Northcott, the another that in another littlee bank at Junction week said: The persistence with gauger in the Danville district. poultry man who has many friends in Gaines, 25 yards gravel at 65 cents rier on R. F. D. No. 5, between to one day in Stanford you haven't lived a in ten years City, a place eleven miles up the which Secretary of State Bryan is . Sunday from New- a yard. Stanford and Moreland. this city, returned like a Christian ought to live. I railroad. J.W. Hutchinson was cashier preaching temperance and prohibiHustonville and Coffey's Mill pike, PARLOR GROVE port, where he attended the 70th anhave talked to a lot of boys and section 2, W. C. Montgomery, 125 of the State Bank and Trust Com- tion has led Democratic politicians to LATEST WAR NEWS. Mr. Jim Hoskins of Crab Orchard. niversary celebration of the marriage yards of stone at $1.44 a yard. pany, of Stanford, Ky., and he ob- become apprehensive lest he will en The garrison of Przemysl capitula- young men in this town, whose parof his parents. His father is 93 tained the position of the cashier in deavor to commit his party to prohirJY"18. . bak in his., !d neighborhood years aid and his mother 89. Mr. Hustonville and McKinney pike, Z. ted to the investing Russian army, ents are Christians, and have had the McKinney bank for Metcalf. bition in 1916. Thus far President s,"""6 jiauuo vntu ma many j.neiiua. Northcott told an 1. J. man that his P. Smith, 60 yards gravel at 80 cents endinga siege lasting since last Sep- them say to me: 'If I can't be a Mr. J. C. Hundley, wife and little Hutchinson is now in Louisville sell- Wilson has not permitted himself to tember. This victory gives Russia better Christian than those who are father is still very active and, besides a yard. ing life insurance. McKinney and Coffey's Mill pike, control of virtually all of Eastern already in the church. I don't want be drawn into the liquor fight, and folks, Pauline and Ruth dined with doing considerable work around his When Metcalf appeared in McKin- the freedom with which Secretary Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wright Sunday. section 1, G. F. Gdbch, 100 yards Galacia and releases the Russian Lto be any Christian at all.' Miss Gertrude Hundley, Miss Flos- home, he milks two cows each day. Now all who want to, may get ney he was practically without means. Bryan is discussing the question is stone at $1.32 a yard; section 3, W. army for service elsewhere. It is beHis first salary was $60 a month, but creating considerable comment in po- sie Waddle and Mr. John Waddle Hopper Appointed Racing Steward. C. Montgomery, 20 yards stone at lieved the next important develop- mad at this, that I'm going to tell dinner .with later his pay was raised to $800 a litical circles. Politicians are speculat-ingMipo- n took Lula Waddle, the lattre's sister, $1.40 a yard. ment in Galacia will be a Russian ad you, but if you do, you will be the Among at L. G, Gooch's officials bythe appointments of racing year. He at once became very popular McKinney and South Fork pike, vance to Cracow. The territory as one who will be hurt by it and not his real purpose in advocat- Miss Racing Commisthe State You in the little village, as he was active ing prohibition. Some think he means at "Waynesburg. sion las,t week was that of Edward section 2, Z. P. Smith, 100 yards tar south as the Carpathians has been me.a better never looked in the face Mr. Jim Smith was calling at to- - everyfriend than I am. nor one to undertake to write sdeh a plank in in church work and friendly virtually cleared of Austrians. The of Hustonville, as one of gravel at 30 cents a yard. C. Hopper, of Sunday. one. He bought and sold stock in the the Democratic platform next year. and McCormack's stubborn 'defense of Przemysl by the who will be willing to do more for Turnersville the Stewards of the New Louisville pike, The box supper given at the O. K. McKinney bank and at one time own- Others, who are doubtful that Presisection 1, George Rout, 35 Austrians is' one of the outstanding you. the one thing that is the matJockey Club. Mr. Hopper is one of ed $1,000 worth of the bank stock. dent Wilson will seek renomination, school for the benefit of the M. E. the best Tcnown racing officials in yards gravel at 50 cents a yard; sec- features of the war. The Russian ter with Stanford right now is the Metcalf married the daughter of J. surmise that Mr. Bryan is. paving thfe church was a success. a. splendid tion 2, to same 35 'yards gravel at victory is being celebrated in London, inconsistent lives of members of Mr. Otis Florence, wife and chil- the country to'day and has coast. these four churches. And before L. Beck and built a handsome home. way to run on a prohibition platform. 50 cents a yard; section 3, E. P. Da- Paris, and throughout Russia. N dren visited the latter's parents, Mr. reputation from coast to God, if Suddenly he announced to the owners vis, 30 yards gravel at 60 cents a The Netherlands Government for- my God I were to be called to face this next minute, I'd like to Mrs. Frederick W. Eberhardt, wife and Mrs. J. C. Hundley and family. yard. of the McKinney bank that he had warded a telegram to Berlin asking To The Housewife j. Mr. Leeman Singleton and wife with bought a bank at Cicero, Ind., and of the pastor of the Danville Baptist for an explanation of the seizure of leave as myyou people of Stanford your husband is like Madam, if last words: was going there to take charge. The church, died at Lexington Sunday af- visited the latter's parents, Mr. and most men he expects you to look af Downey Hulett. two Dutch steamers nd the confis- these McKinney bank tried ter an illness of about three weeks, Mrs. Bud Morgan. "Get right with God and-g- et owners of the out County Clerk Cooper issued license cation of their cargoes. health of yourself and chilter the Mr. Willie Hundley has gone to to dissuade him from leaving, but he of what resembled ptomaine poisonSir Thomas Lipton, who has just of the way of your children and thedren. Coughs and colds, are the most this morning to Benjamin Hulett, a 111. answered that the deal had been ing. She is survived by her husband, to London from Serbia, re- unsaved." Mrs. Bell Baker has been on the common of the minor ailments and widower of 30, to wed Miss Hattie returnedstory made and he must go. and one daughter. Before their marof the appalling conlead to serious dis- Downey, just 21, on the 31st. Both lates a are most likely-tMiss Maud Gooch Dead. The owners of the McKinney hank riage deceased was Miss Alice Rue, sick list, but is better. f eases. A child is much- nfbre likely to parties are from the Shelby City sec- ditions in that country due to the epiare "reticent concerning their rela- of Bourhon county. demic of typhus. "Just as it took fire contract dipthe'ria or scarlet fever tion. Miss Maud E. Gooch, of For the Stomach and Liver tions with Metcalf. All they would say to stop it in London," Sir Thomas chard, passed away there Crab Or- . when it has. a cold. If you will inquire Saturdav is that whatever he may owe the bank Recommends Chamberlain's Cough I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y., into, the merits of- the. various remA palp in lh side .for back that says, "so fire is needed to clear Ser- after a long illness of tuberculosis. opinion, amply secured Remedy is, in their writes "I have used Chamberlain's edies that are recommended for catches when you straighten up bia of the typhus. The infected bhe .the daughter "I take pleasure in recommending Tablets for disorders of the stomach coughs and colds, you will, find that calls foryoi rubbing t application of houses and the clothing of the people Mrs. was D. Gooch and a of Rev. and a L. faithful and indigestion? It Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my and liver off "and on for the past Take HERBINE ror five Chamberlain's Cough 'Remedy 'stands, .BALLARD'S LINIM;ENT. It relaxes, must be burned." devout member of the Baptist church. relieves the pain in a few minutes customers because I have confidence years, and. it affords me pleasure to high jh. the estimation f 'people. whet the-- contracted muscies and permits A German submarine has blown, Besides Tier heart brosen parents sht and forces the fermented matter in it. I find that they are pleased with state that?-- have found them to be Hse" it. It is prempt andjeffckial, wrdinary b,odily molton without suf- up sh steamer Concord .in to which causes the misery into the it and call for it when again in need just as represented. They are ,mild in pleasant and safe to take. which 'are fering or inconvenience. Price 25c, the English Channel'. Three German leaves a sister and brotherthis mourn her loss. The remains of lovelv expelled.. Price 50c. of such ., a medicine,'' writes J. W. their action and tKr results have been qualities especially to he, desired 50c and $1.00 per'bottle. Sold by soHfeTS nrMtrlheraf Baden have been woman were laid to it is rest at the Lib Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, Stan- Sexson. Montevallo, Mo. For sale by J satisfactory. I value them highly." when a medicine is intended for chil Shufrars' Drue Store, Stanford. injured by bombs dropped by an al- erty church burial ground, near Crab ford, Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. all dealers: For sale by all dealers. lied aviator. LyneBmp., Crab Orchard. dren. For sale by all dealers.' Orchard Sunday afternoon. TELLS OF INVESTIGATIONS ABOliT metcalf pro-tecton foot-and-mouth -- s com-mander- ed w God-brough- ai-oun- d w w, -- old-tim- ar nt son-in-law- jia,gj,T MtUamii. P.-Ml- ast p which-was-awardeiL- s by it son-in-law, ah - . d -- Way-nesbu- rg Le-Lan- d, - o - - -- -- the-Briti- bow-elsewh- ere .i . v k The Interior journal, StanforJCentucky. The Interior Journal CONDENSED REPORT LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK WALTON & SAtJFLEY 5 Tuesday, March 23, 1915. j f,D'jf Seve . Editors and Managers. 1 A 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 Duefrom Banks r: Look, MotHerLlf Tongue is Coated Give California Syrup of Figs" " To Clean the Bowels 4 . t;4- - $470,276.26 10,750.00 61,651.47 $542,677.73 $204,646.29 1 16,300.00 211,731.44 10,000.00 . Total :...v LIABILITIES Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable Total $542,677.73 "Corner Next to Court House" m "Wooly" Boy Clothes For the boy that wears good clothes, this is the Suit none better made. In fact, the only PURE WOOL suit. See the 'Sheep Label in back of coat. Our Spring stock now complete. All the new shades and models. Mother! Your child isn't naturally Bntertd at the poitoffiee t Stanford m$ cross and peevish. See it tongue is ucond'clats mail matter. ? coated: his is a sure sign its little stomach, liver and bowels need .$ POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Cleansing ai once. When listless, pale, feverish, full eThe Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates of cold, breath bad, "throat sore, does for office, subj'ect to the Democratic Tiot 'eat, sleep or act naturally, has stomach-achdiarrhoea, remember, a primary, August 7th, 1915. gentle liver and bowel cleansing For Circuit Judge should always be the'first treatment C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer pounty. , given. , CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. Nothing equals .."California Syru' For Commonwealth's Attorney of Figs!' for children's ill; give a E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyld county. and in a few hours all the R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. foul waste, sour ,bile and fermenting J. food which is clogged in the bowels For Railroad Commissioner passes out of the system, and you WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette, county. a well and playful child again. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. havechildren love this harmless deliciAll For Circuit Clerk ous "fruit laxative," and it never JESSE D. WEAREN. fails to' effect a good "inside" cleansMARSHALL C. NEWLAND ing. Directions for babies, children of are plainly on. all ages and grown-up- s What an awful blow it must have the bottle. been to the political pronosticator of Keep t handy n yoor home. A litthe Louisville Times this week when tle given today saves a sick child toMayor John H. Buschmever. of Louis- - morrow, tun :ret iov genuine. Ask .ville frankly announced that he op your druggist for a bottle posed to holding an early platform of "California Syrup of Figs." then convention by the Democrats of Dem- look' and see that is is made by the ocrats of Kentucky. Mayor Busch-mey- "California Fig Syrup Company." is enjoying an outir.g in Florida and voluntarily announced his poMIDDLEBURG sition in a communication to the Mrs. F. L. Jones has been quite Louisville Post, after reading the discussions pro and con on the subject sick for a week or more: R. M. Houchins went to Liberty in the Kentucky papers. Mayor Busch-meyer- 's declaration apparently is dic- Thursday to, purchase material for a tated by the common-sens- e of lie po- skating rink which he is preparing litical situation as he views it. As to build at Elixir Springs. published in Louisville, Mayor Busch-meyAunt China Burdette, an old and said: St. Petersburg, Fla., respected darkey, died at her home at March 15, 1915. Editor of Evening Yosemite Monday, a week ago. Aunt Post, Louisville, Ky.: I have just re China, as she was familiarly known, ceived your editorial of Thursday and was much liked by her white neighconcur in same. I do not think bors, and was thought to be at least of convention before primary. I con- 100 years old. gratulate you on the stand you haV? v Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Miller, of Mt. H. taken. John Buschmeyer." Salem, attended here Sunday The Times is trying- mighty hard tr and took dinner churchMr. and Mrs. with manufacture sentiment on the sub U. S. Tapscott. ject but is fooling only a very few, McClellan McAninch has bought a who seem not to have the politica' acumen to see the Times' nigger in new automobile which he will put on themail line from Dunnville to the woodpile. as soon as the roads get e, tea-sgoonf- ul, TEAE STRICTLY IN ADVANCE " '. .Men's Furnishin We have to be reminded occasionally of the little as well as the big things to do or not to do and so we have to remind you occasionally of the small articles of Men's Apparel which you must buy. : : : : 50-ce- nt er er Handkerchiefs plain white at 5c,. Oc, 5c and 25c; a beautiful fancy bordered one, something new, at 25c; silk ones at 25c. Sock Supporters several prices, nany colors ; single or double clasp silk and cotton at Oc, 5c, 25 c and 50c. Suspenders at 25c and 50c in cotton; $ .00 in silk. Belts everybody wears belts now in tan, black and white at 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50; all sizes from 26 to 50. Socks most everybody wears them; we have any thing in cotton, in any color, 10c to 25c; silk ones, 25c and 50c, in black, white, tan palm beach and fancy colors. Collars most any style you want, and any size from to 9. Neckties our cases are always full of the prettiest shades and newest styles in bows, strings, bat wings, and Windsors at 25c and 50c. Cuff buttons, collar buttons and stick pins. We are men's head to foot outfitters. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 four-in-han- ds v-el- l McROBERTS & BAILEY, sifoTd. CALOMEL SALIVATES - Mc-Kinne- y, good. txaoo ROBINSONS Visit The first trial of a half hundred men, indicted by the Federal grand jury for defrauding in an election held at Terre Haute, Ind., last November, is on at Indianapolis. Our own and candidate for Governor, A. Owsley Stanley, is the chief counsel for the men indicted The writer, who has been in the Hoosierdom for some ten days, did not hear favorable comment of Mr. Owsley's conduct of the cases, and the impression prevails around Indianapolis that the fellows on trial could have procured counsel nearer home an,d fared no worse than the prospects are that they will with the Jason Lawhorn returned from 24-- 1 gallant Stanley as their Moses. The Somerset last week, where he secured, EASTER candies at Willis. trial judge is having a peck, of fun at several nice orders for Golden Dawn the Kentuckian's expense and has water. Let the I. J. do your job printing. been unkind enough to intimate more Virgil Ware, of Joyce, is teaching than once that he has not the know- a class in vocal music at Lawhorn's ledge of the law that the fellows of school house on the Liberty pike. ' ANOTHER shipment of Sayers & Blackstone who tackle such 'cases as W. T. Eaes, who is gerieral pur- Scoville buggies at Higgins 24-- 1 these now on trial should have. The chaser for. the Spotwood Lumber chances are, that those indicted will Company, of Cincinnati, spent most GO to Farris' for your spring vegget the limit of the law. of last week taking lumber at etables. A fresh line aiways on -- Calomel makes you sick and you Preparations for a tobacco crop ose a day's work. Calomel is a nas-- ; have not been as extensive as hereto- ty, dangerous chemical. To liven. fore. It is thought that less than a your sluggish liver and bowels when half crop will' be set. bilious, jnst Rando Brown and Shannon Rich- constipated, head-achs. ards, of Liberty, were at Yosemite got a box of harmless Saturday and r,ented Jason Lawhorn They work while you sleep the pool room and fixtures. An automobile from Liberty ran don't gripe, sicken or salivate. over and killed a pretty old hen for Mrs. John Carson Friday. McDowell Fogle delivered, to John hogs at sevCoulter four en cents a pound. They engaged same The People's Market Place Adver-Yo- u a month or more ago for delivery, Have to Sell tise What March 1. y, 10-ce- nt Cas-caret- IT IS A DANGEROUS PRACTICE to bandage up a sore throat with a heavy bandaee. for the rea. j Vri that as soon as Xt. A il cwa Liie LllxOIlT. TPP t S rtPTTPr. trip hnnrinrra ie? re- moved, which exposes you to more serious ailments, use . ) 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. Here's What You Want 195-pou- nd Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Way-nesbur- g. Wall Paper-Hous- e Paint 1 ifornw 13 ODoortunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c -- Don't miss the wonderful .fn. Wti WP- -! A fin Exposition San Diego San Francisco 1 V Panama California Exposition Tickets are on sale every- day at Very Low Excursion Fares via - 1 itlsfK r . l.wryt. Couthern Railway kj Ptenier Carrier of the South For full information, see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway !or write B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville. Ky. We were very naturally expecting ing on their trade, regardless of the something out of the ordinary in the fact that a panic is on. However the weather line at this vernal equinoxi-a- l panic has only struck two persons in period but not many were prepared this vicinity and they are chronic snow that grumblers. for the six and seven-inc- h The race for the Republican nomifell Sunday night. Kentucky's climate may not be the best and most equable nation for Circuit Clerk in this counin this land of the free, but her ty has assumed a three cornered other virtues and advantages so out- shape.. John Oatley Allen is a late h number and lhat of th entry against A. A. Land, present inother States that we are content to cumbent, and Lincoln Wells. John have a little freak weather now and Oatley's legs are rather short, but then. The biggest snow of the year they are long enough to reach the on the day that Spring is supposed to ground and he may cause his opponstart in in earnest doesn't look the ents to set up and take notice. Hon. A. A. Huddleston's chances best in the world, but then it may be a germ-killor something of the for the republican nomination for kind that we really couldn't have got- Commonwealth's Attorney are not as rosy in this section, as formerly. His ten along without. friends who have stood by him so loyally in the past seem to have someAt a meeting of Bull Moose leaders thing against him. Some of them are at Louisville Saturday, it was decided not pleased with his manner of prosto put a full Progressive state ticket ecuting men, and others say he has in the field this year. The Moose held the office long enough. These won't stand for the prospect of Ed objections, it is said are being urged Morrow as the republican candidate all over the district. out-vo:ger Our merchants are kept busy wait- hai.d. ' J 1- -1 A NICE variety fit fruits and etables at Willis.' Wedding Presents at Jewelry Store, Stanford. veg24-- 1 Just what you want for Spring and at the Lowest Prices. See our stock before you buy. Mueller's I RECEIVED a fresh shipment of fresh meats today. W. R. Willis & Sons: 24-- 1 FRESH FISH this week at T. D. 24-l- p. Newland's. BRICK. I have 200,000 good building brick for sale. J. R. Powell, 24-Stanford. Ky. 3t L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. A RED boar came to my place last week, weight" about 120. Owner can get him by paying for his keep and 23-2- p this notice. W. M. Bright. ed silage corn for seed at $1.50 per bushel. A. T. Traylor, R. F. D. No. 20tf 4, Stanford, Ky. 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 settine: of 15. $5 per hundred. Mrs. Wm. Logan, R. F. D. 4, Stanford, 19-4- F ! nhone 13F40. T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, FOR'SALE Fifty bushels of pick- for governor, and that's just what he is sure to be. Dakota Jack's - NllPlllllP-- t INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. r Coaposed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. Far treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days Treatment, $1.00 25c : Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 10c, 3 bars on sale at All Shu-gar- Dandruff 'causes a feverish irritaDrops of "GETS-IT,- " tion of the scalp, the hair roots shrink, loosen and then the hair Out Corn ! comes out fast. To stop falling hair at once and rid the scalp of every It's the World's Wonder; Never Fails. particle of dandruff, get a o eyes at your feet, bottle of Danderine You'll make at any drug after you use "GETS-IT.- " an$ you'll find the places where those blankety corns store, pour a little in your hand and nsed to be. Just as smooth as your cheek. rub it, into the Scalp. After a few applications the hair stops comim? out and you can't find any dandruff. Li. HAIR COMING OUT? 2 Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. Comes the goo-go- 25-ce- nt Go To Mil'? JWBbi COMMISSIONER'S D. A. SALE. Surveying and Abstracting Titles I am now ready to survey and abstract land titles for those wishing same. Write or phone E. D. PEN22-2NINGTON, Stanford. p. Farris' For Your DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR Drug Store; Stanford, Ky. OF PURSLEV'S INDIAN HERBS Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga.. "How Wide U Smile? WeH. : 1 'GETS-I- T 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 , I Orer 2 Feet I" There's no corn or callus among the millions of feet in the world that "GETS-IT- " will not remove there's no escape. "GETS-IT- " is the new way, the simple, common-senssure way. It does away with greasy ointments, salves, pads, cotton rings, harnesses, knives, scissors, razors, files, and the limping and the. painful plgepn-to- e walk of so,many corn- peaieruu people, ah 70a ao is put z props, of the corailhriVels up , .and good, bye. Nothing elsvrln the world, Millions' are' using it. like., "GETS-IT.- " There's nopaln. no troublfc'fco changing , Good Deal e, Grab Orchard Kentucky son; onthe south by the land of Hub Jenkins ;4and on the west by the land of W. D. Gibson'The sale is to satisfy 'plaintiffs debt for $495 with six per cent; interest from February 10, 1910 and, $11.55 with same interest from Jan. 251915, jnd costs of said action? Bon4 with good security for purchase price will be required of the aboea because; vof corns. "GETS-JLT,- Durehaaer. 'payable to 'Commissioner, Wjold'by dWllisNi evyinterest from( BTjB. berinfrnx.ereeat. where, 3c a bottle;',ot6fft:-rTef- t ' Lawrence A Co., OhlcagWi' 1)1 date of sfele, having force and effect Sold in Stanford and recommended of & judgMMitand secured by lien. as the ;w.orld's beet cortcure by E. D. PENNOIGTON, M. C. L. C. C. '24-3.. k Shuear's Drug Store. "GETS-1T."-Vra ", Preyritt, etv Plaintiff, The Royal Jack. vs. Notice of Sale. Excelsior, the Royal Jack, will A. G. Coker, ect. Defendants. make the season of 1915 at $8.00. In obedience to a judgment render- His colts as weanlings sell from '?65 ed at the February term 1915, in to $125; at two years of age, for above styled action, the undersigned 200; lien retained on colt for serCommissioner will on vice fee. Season due when mare is Monday, April 12, 1915 transferred. James G. Carpenter, Jr. in.jfrojnt of the court house, door in 24-- 8 Stanford, Ky.--, offer 1 or sale, at public outcry to the highest andityest bidder, DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office on a credit of six months a tract of in Lincoln Ccunty National Bank about 40 acres of land, near King's Building Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-et- o Mountain' in Lincoln county, Kenurinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, tucky, bounded on the north by the surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully land of; John Bart and Reuben Gooch; tested, glasses scientifically present16-3on the east by the land of Butte Ben- ed. m Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety Aixd Prices Right. See the I. J. for lowest price on horse and jack cards J. C. M'Clary s J. L. Beazley & Co., 'tf T. A kL PRINTERS On account of installing larger press, we have for sale a,12xl8 Nonpareil job press in fair condition; we used it on work up until the day we took it down to tfoaake room for new press. Anyone in UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER .H5 small country office will find it Fumttiirt UattiM, fs. Fur! vwy handy 'for large sale bills and UNDERTAKER AND EMlAi.HEt tun Exch;M fir aN KMc the like. We will put it on the cars Of Stttk. here at Stanford for $40 cash with Offfct PftMM 117. HUM PIMM II PHONE 42 order. Address The Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY TH1F0H0. KENTUCKY. -- ,tfm A ., - v&i .:l If ' v fjf i, l U . a r . J ft l The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, March 23, 91.5. 1 -- WHY DID JUNE RUN AWAY ? ..ID Opera House, Monday, March 29th. 11. . A i,f PLEASE 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 and smalleramounts will be received Shop Perfect. (Incorporated) When you feel out of sorts from const pation, let us say that if do not relieve you, see a physician, because no other home remedy will. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Penny's Drug Store. Our Advice Is: 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, PANVILLE, ii Mrs. Bowen Goode. Mrs. Richard Cobb and son, Richard, Jr., were called to, Richmond today on account of the serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Jett. Mrs. Bowen Goode returned today from Lebanon Junction, where she has been with her sister, Mrs. J. W. Newland, who is quite ill. Mrs. W. W. Carter, of Lebanon Junction, is the guest of her sister, Sprin KY. 'ment service at the border town for several years, will soon leave for the Philippine islands where he has been transferred. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Todd, of Berea. The latter came down on business connected wjth his nice farm on Drake's Creek, in the eastern section of this county. The first named, who has been in erovern- - 1915, Styles ? In thereafter. Interest at the rate of 3 percent will be paid on savings accounts compounded semi-annuallv. -- Interest will be paid on Time Deposits. See us before opening an account. Saving, like spending is a habit, a habit that will bring great wealth. First National Bank, STANFORD, KY., the beautiful St. Patrick's luncheon given by Mrs. C. E. Tate on last Thursday in entertainment of the Current Event Club, complimentary to Miss Lula Prewitt. At twelve thirty o'clock the members of the club gathered in the library of the beauti fully remodeled home of Mrs. iate from whence they were conducted into the spacious dining room where a most charming and festive scene was presented. In the center of the large of mahogany table was a center-piec- e Cluny lace, upon which in a fern dish was a large cluster of white Current Event Club. A very delightful social event, was 21 Lit Copyright nartSchaffner &Marx g.l The baseball team is getting in some good practice, and is expecting to be in splendid condition for their first game which is to be played in . Hustonville or March All the boys who take part in athletics and their friends are very much interested in the presentation of "The Conquest of Quebec" which is to be shown at the opera house next Friday night. The' boys get part of the proceeds and will use the same to defray a part of their athletic expenses. The picture is historical in its .nature and shows the complete methods used by General Wolfe in capturing the French forces who were in charge of General Montcalm. On last Friflnv nftprnnnn. nnifA n ) number of the pupils from the Grad ed bchool building marched to the Baptist church, where they attended,! 31-st- Ladies' Low Shoes. -- - 'J! ing. carnations interposed with, and sur One of the features of the lly Hke the new chapel exercises newFriday's mornings Miss Matsy Grimes is suffering rounded by a number of Irish flags", Growing Children on making a most stricKingly beautiful from an attack of grip. program frequently need a food tonic and tissue Varsity models we is the little the Piano rendered by the decoration. The white and green Miss Mary Reed, of Lancaster, is place cards were ornamented with a pupils of ' and Expression builder for their good health. the guest of Miss Gustava Brummetf. shamrock and a small china pipe, .fas- show in Hart, Schaffner departments. These pupils give some OHve OiS . Misses Elizabeth and Ethel Farmvery entertaning selections, some tened by green silk cord. Upon each er are in Crab Orchard visiting this card was a question, the answer to and Marx spring suits; that are really worth one's time to EmUSiotm week. hear. conlainiitp IlypopJiOsprtica which was a word beginning with Captain Perkins and his men are typical young very Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lunsford went Pat, and much amusement was prois the prescription for this. anxious to have a full schedule to Shelby City to attend the funeral voked by guessing these answers. , Penny's Drug Store. hoping this season d men's styles; and you of gamesthe Lancasterand areand the Mrs. J. B. Foster proved to be of Mr. George Lunsford. to play lads, member present, guess c. L. Gover and children have Mrs. nearby towns. Personal and Social been guests of her brother, 'John H. ing correctly the greatest number of can be sure of best qual- teams of all theGastineau, the high Miss Lucile answers. A delightful five course lunMeier and family, at Danville. carrying through- ity, best tailoring, best school principal, spent last Saturday Mrs. 3. L. McKee Rffe left this cheon was served, spent Sunday in LanDave Thomas in Lexington, where she renewed out the color scheme of whit and week for a ten days's visit to rela- green. The climax was reached at the style and fit. caster with old friends. some of the acquaintances that she formd while in school at State UniMrs Russell P, Brown of Lancaster, tives in Cincinnati. last course, when ice cream was servMrs. J. R. Cass, of Brodhead, is versity. See ' our line of has been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. E. the guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. B. ed in green baskets upon the handle The school authorities are planning J. Brown. of which a tiny green flag was tied blues, greys and to erect some, playground apparatus Miss Mary Shepherd MesseT has Hilton. jTf'Cuinminsana'Miss Ida with green ribbon. The cakes were Ra-n'dealer, of Quail was in this communiMrs. on the back lot of the College iBuild-fn- g Recital by Misses McRoberts and been sick for several days with a Pettus are spending a few days with white with green decorations. In the Mr. Clinton Coleman, May ty Monday buying hogs. and plaids in and Will forbid the children playdecorations indining room all the severe cold. relatives at Crab Orchard. Rev. Adkins-weigh- ed up a lot of ing on-- the front. The latter ijvilP "be 14, school auditorium; Children's Rt maid's aprons cluding Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr., has been ill Philip C. Franklin, of Cynthiana, is were in the serving Ireland's patron hogs to A Brown at six and a half all newest shaeds sown in grass. This spot has been an cital, May 21, Upera Mouse. honor of with an attack of grip for several the guest of his brother, Wm. Frankcents a pound. eye-soto all persons taking civic saint. The literary program was "codays. L. R. Hughes and Attorney George lin on the Danville pike. pride in the beauty of the town, and Mrs. J S. Rev. John Elder and daughter, library with ncluded Miss Lula Prewitt, of Louisville, Rice as in the for the afternoon. The Miss Annette Wearen has been a this action will meet with their hearty D. Florence were in Lancaster today Permelia attended Sunday school at leader sufferer from earache for several has returned home after a visit to lesson on Holland was most enthusiapproval in every way. And it is for a short time. Providence Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tate. days. along this same line that we would astically discussed. Those who enjoyDavid and James Elder were UnnrlfAflc Atfnrl Oniiiincf. and Bird and Lucile Brummette re- ed the hospitality of this charming like to suggest that the grounds at Mrs. W. B. Turley arrived Monday y F"day n thdr The opening of the new Hub De- the other building be improved. Runto visit her daughter, Mrs. R.T. turned to Corbin today after a visit hostess were Miss Lula Prewitt, Mrs. to their uncle, D. T. Brummette. ning roses on the front fence would Bruce. Mrs. R. T. Bruce, Mrs. . and' Mrs. Walter Brown and Mrs. Clare Doty Traylor, of Rich- J. B. Foster, add very much to the appearance of dredseoyf Mrs. E. B. Jons, who was the hand- mond, is the guest of her daughter, Alice Pickett, Mrs. Homer Carpenter, SatUrday night G' these grounds. some Miss Duane Traylor, is down Mrs. S. K. Dudderar, near Gilbert's Mrs. W. G. Withers, Mrs. Wm. Sever Home of Hart, SchaffThe Hrgti Gchoor Literary Society ance, Mrs. P. M. McRoberts, Mrs G. from Richmond with her sister, Mrs. Creek. meets next Friday afternoon at 1:40' W. A. TribDle, Mrs. J. S. K. Dudderar. this ner and Marx Clothes Mrs. George L. Penny is in Cin- G. Perry, Mrs. e",J? o'clock in the chapel. Miss Claudia hustling proprietors, Pushin Brothers, p Mr. Geofge W. Carter is confined cinnati, the guest of her daughter, S. Rice and Mrs. J. B. Paxton. .baton s room win render tne proBrown, of to his home in the country with a Miss Berta Penny at the Conservagram at this meeting. Visitors are alDisastrous Fire at Lebanon. severe case .of grip, whifh his friends tory of Music. 2"awa' Spent "day th MrS' 0ma and in the evening with myriads of ways welcome. Friday night the Cumberland Groe fear "will terminate in uncumonia. Mesdames R. S. Lytle, .Mack Fisher The seventh and eighth grades are electric lights ablaze the scene was Rodgers visited Misses Mr. and Mrs. James T. Menefee and V. H. Anderson and Miss Robbie cery Company, at Lebanon, suffered . Heard About Town planning to give a play in a few one of splendor and beautiful indeed. ....... .... Tll.,n S lln . atllPc!av. .. have returned to Knoxville, after a Penny, of Danville, were her today a loss of from $8,000 to $10,000 j. weeks for the benefit of a library for The new store is a great credit to Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace and visit to his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. the guests of Mrs. John S. Baughman. when fire broke out in its garage. Danville and a monument to the their room. building was destroyed with two Jewel John, N. Menefee. pretty granddaughter, John West, of Junction City, who D. T. Brummette, the insurance The ss energy of ston were the guests of Monroe Waland Mrs. Walter Hiatt and son, Virgil, man, who has been confined to his two autos and two. machines. A was taken in charge by Uncle Sam's the popular proprietors. Children's Recital Thursday. lace and family Su day. went to Richmond Saturday to be home for the last ten days with lum- frame warehouse was also burned. officers last week, was held only as a The loss is practically covered by in- witness, and is not charged with" sellwith her sister, Mrs. J. A. Estes, bago, is slowly improving. The Music and Expression DepartFLATWOODS ing liquor illegally, says the Dan- ments of the Stanford School invite whose daughter, Miss Lizzie Estes, A good.treatment for a cold settled Miss Ida Holtzclaw, who has been surance. ville Advocate. has been very ill and has just under- sick for several weeks is able to rethe patrons and those interested, to ill Little Violet Evelyn Elder is very in the lumrs is a HERRICK'S RED COMPANIES atHhis writing. gone an operation. PEPPER POROUS PLAoTER-appl- i a children's recital Thursday afterturn to her position at Severance's LIFE INSURANCE Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brown spent a ed to the chest to draw out inflammanoon, March 25th, at 2 o'clock at store, where her many friends ate They Are Closely Observing Public ,H. C. Carpenter, local agent .for HORE-HOUN- D BALLARD'S STOMACH SUFFERERS! READ THIS glad to see her. the Maxwell, cars,, sold a .four passen- the Graded School Auditorium. No few days last week with her father tion, and Conditions Health SYRUP tb relax tightness and grandfather admission. Mrs. J. C. Hays and Mrs. Bettie ger auto last week to T. W. Jones, So many stomach sufferers have been Mr. G. M Elder nnd wife have You get the two remedies for the Following is the program of the Mr. the well known local stock benefited by a simple prescription of Bush, who have been at Hot Springs, examining physician for one of I Jones had demonstrations buyer.num Expression and Music Departments been ill with grip. An pnej of one by buying the i' i!ar ai.e Ark., for some time, returned Monin a vegetable oils which cured a Chicago prominent Life Insurance Com- ber of differentmakes and says that preceding commencement: Children's ,Rev. John Elder failed to fill his Hurhound yrup; thfro is, a poiov stomach, liver and day greatly benefitted by their stay the druggist of chronic panies", in an interview on the subject Map. 25 at 2 o'clock, School appointment at Mt. Zion Sunday, on plaster free with each bottle. Sold by B. Yeager there. Mrs. intestinal trouble of years' standing that accompanied Susan stopped off who made the astonishing statement that he found the Maxwell much the easi- recital,, Stanford, & Sh igars Drug Stor in Auditorium; Senior play, April 9, account of sickness. them est to drive. we want you surely to try this remedy. Mr. J. M. Craig, the livestock Lyne Bro., Cral. Orchard. opera house; Junior Expression ConLouisville to spend a few days with one reason why so many" applicants m It is known as Mayr's Wonderful Remf insurance are rejected is recause test, April 23, School Auditorium; edy. One dose will convince you. It Mrs. W. H. Rice, before coming home. kidney is so common to the Marvin H. Adams, who married trouble James Saufley, of Graysville, Tenn. usually gives complete and permanent American people, and the larg? ma- Miss' Ella May Newland, of Stanford, results even in" the most stubborn was here this week for a short time jority of those whose applications are and who ran. bowling alleys in Danwith his sister, Mrs. G. L. Penny and STOMACH TROUBLES cases. One dose will convince yu. He went declined do not even suspect" that ville at one time, and wh has beMayr's Wonderful Remedy is sold by brother, H. R. Saufley. disease. come one of the most expert bowlegs leading druggists everywhere with the from here to Knoxville to see "his they have the to this itwould seem in this country, captains a team of According positive understanding that your money mother, Mrs. Sallie, Mrs. Sallie R. Lexington for kidneys, poswhich will be refunded without question or Saufley. His wife and two children that a medicine for the and curative bowlers, Illinois, left compete to in the Peoria sessing real healing quibble if ONE bottle fails to give you are with relatives and friends in properties, would be a blessing to Annual American Bowling Congress. Mr. Ragland Writes Interesting Nelson county. absolute satisfaction. thousands. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Some one whdse identity the I. J. Letter on This Subject. Y., who prepare Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, would like to know, sent a news letkidney, liver ter in from Hustonville last week in the well known and bladder remedy, claim that judg-in-g which was art item, attempting to get i from evidence received from funny at the expense of the I. J.'s druggists everywhere, who are con- regular correspondent, D. W. Dunn. Madison Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A. stantly in touch with their customers, Just what the "joke'? was was not Ragland, of this place, writes: "I have ! So as winter lingers and while we may and also indisputable proof in the understood at this office, where it was been taking Thedford's ht the Maxform o grateful testimonial letters thoughjt the letter came from the regwe'd like to show you from thousands of reliable citizens',' ular correspondent, and it wasjprint-e-d for indigestion, and other stomach troubwell car will do more thru mud and this preparation ir remarkably suc as it "came herev No anonymous les, also colds, and find it to be the very cessful in sickness caused by Tcidney J communications go here, so the writer best medicine L have ever used.'. and bladder troubles. Every interest- of the'lleged funny. piece can either snow than anything on wheels. : : : You have open to you a year around cream market. The cheap ht After taking for a few ing statement they receive regarding makeshimselfknown to this offirfe or shipping rate of 36c for a five gallon can, 51c for an eight and 44c days, 1 always feel like a new man." Swamp-Rois investigated and no f5 "Mr. "Dunn. If interested, please call for a ten gallon can via L. & N. gives you an opportunity to ship to Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain '. testimonial is published unless the. party who sends it is reported of E?N. Todd, of El Paso, Texas, was in pit of stomach, and a feeling of fullgood character. They have on file, here Monday with his brother, J. W. ness after eating, are sure symptoms of Tri-Sta- te many sworn, statements of recoveries stomach trouble, and should be given the in the most distressing cases. They and proper treatment, asHyour that. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rostate tteafnees Cannot Be Curedv health depend very largelystrength ycur is mild and gentle in its action and its upon the as they cannot healings-influencis soon noticed in lr local appllcatkms.the ear. There la reach, one food and.its digestion: only pbrtioo o? Is by constitution-H- i 'rvaEto Cure deafness, and that most cases. Jrttsr ? rrmpillM. npafuess caused by nn inflamed To get quick and permanent reliel Swamp-Rois purely an herbal condition" of the mucous Ulining of the Eustachian a RESPONSIBLE, SAFE and PERMANENT Creamery with 8,000 Lincoln County National Bank ments, yeu should take, compound and Dr. Kilmer & Co., ad- Tube, i Whea this tabe.is leflampd you baje.a' frornthese cream skippers. Every shipment is .paid for SPOT CASH, and guarrumbling boom or vise all readers "who feel in need of U is entirely osea imperfect variBg,iejui, medicine of JRown.cwative merit. a iiwiuicw-iHu- e :: anteed against loss or damage in4transit. : : : :?-:,- : and such a remedy to give it atrial. It is unless' the lnflefinBatiea 'caa be .takra oathear-bt- g '''ItS'TSTyears of s'pleridid success-ithe, Stanford, Kentucky Its &oraal condition, tube restored IF YOU'DO NOT HAV CANS, WRITE FOR FREE TRIAL CANS on sale at all drug stores in'Hbttles of this will, he destrojrcto JWrewr: nine erases put of .treatment a jusi spicir.u;ot)0s, prove nothing-ba- t two sizes 50c. and $1.00. However, ten are caused W Catarrh wnieh.Jg f lack- surfaces. InOamed ceadttfen- - t the if you wish, first to test this, great asWe will give One HBMrea vHtaeous. xor any.owe the real merit1 of Is a Maxwell Road uetMrs SHIP OR WRITE preparation send ten tents to DwKil-me- r of, BeafBeM (caused T eatan) JJwt cannot pr - 43li W iw ui MJ & Co., Binghamton, N, Y.,'fora carea vjmri tiam ture. ' it Is sure c$r-i - T. . CO.T4ed,J,p.v,. and without ted , Our price tkis Week for Butter Fat is1 2tc sample, bottle. Whew writing" besure ItM, free. IF. J.CHKJW beiielH boh yowif afcaoW.-- Fbttote . m iuV and mention the Stanford Interior I -22-- 4 .if " ttam. Tafce 9&;TmMr 9Mfe Journal. ' r eeaeilsaUeB. jtvsfywfeect. Prica 35ci YOL men the series of meetings at the Baptist church conducted the chapel exer-cis-s at the school last Friday mornespe- - Dr. Winburn, who is conducting, &srtQ$L Always outdoing former efforts is the motto of our Shoe Department. Neat, attractive, not too freakish, but real Shoe Elegance. Come look you will buy. they're quick-est-witte- Severances Son ey tartan re PHILLIPS PHILLIPS ioSiw ifli Woo bu-me- SXre J ' "S&tfSFSJSSJt Miss-NettI-! v f-- )r Warmer Days Not Far? Ahead. that Spot Cash For Sour Cream. B'.ack-Draug- Black-Draug- ot Butter Company, ot CinciiAiati, Ohio. H. C: CARPHTCER, at 4: . c -- - e difH-axe- d ot jina-wne- H, n ' k . TODAYS -- r'Thdfs ' 'ivery L- Rd . u afler-etfoc- te, -- , ' -- .. x V. X .;?' ' a 31 - " iT V ,4 I- i A 3 w ,S , j The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, March 23, 1915. Sale Of Livery Outfit. I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION NEXT COUNTY COURT DAY, MONDAY, APRIL 19th, 1915 s My entire liyery outfit at Danville. One of the best stables in the country, and a paying business, but I sell in order to devote my entire time to buying mules. Will sell horses, buggies, runabouts, harness and everything. Your chance for a bargain. It will be an absolute sale, it matters not what ' the stuff sells for. i W5jgiTT"MT'??5' yrnff' The Allen 34 When you pay 895 for an Allen 34 you" get $895 worth of- car. - rf B. G. FOX, Danville,. Ky. Farm, and Stock News i Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 34 has in floating axle, mohair top and leather upholstery, Warner transmission and steering gear, expanddrive, ing brakes, 110 -- inch wheelbase, demountable rims, aluminum crank case and aluminum transleft-hand 12-in- ch You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. Wc build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is strong and permanent. We are in the automobile business to stay. gine, Weston -- Mott Allen 37 horsepower en- Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handsome car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the touring carat Allen 34, 895, is the complete answer to ' your requirements. mission case, of electric lights and electric starter. The weight of the car Is 2300 lbs., which, with the power of the motor, insures economy of operation. full equip-mi- nt We build fire other models, three roaditers and two touring can. renting in price from $875 to $1395. In style, finish , power, economy of operation, equipment, serviceable qualities and price, Allen ears take the lead Kenton Motors Co. n& Factory Representative for Soutkera Ohio, adjacent West Virginia Territory Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. Dealers t Write or wire for agency proposition SEED OATS! & ?s Car Northern White Seed Just Arrived -- V - J. H. Baughman & Co. , Stanford, Ky. Spring Millinery . W. M. Mahan, of Lancaster, sold to C, T Shutleworth, ?of Burgin, a walking mare for ?160. J. Miller Ward, of Paris, sold to Daniel Scott, of Fayette county, 550 head of lambs at a price, though private, was said to be a good one. J. T Blankenship, the well known farmerof Todd, Pulaski county, was down last week with a bunch or four nice sows, which he sold to his friend Col. E. P. Woods, for $57.50. Lawson & Brown, of Garrard, shipped to Cincinnati Saturday a of hogs they bought of various parties at six and a half cents. They bought around Lancaster a lot of steers at six cents a pound and a number of fat cows at five cents a pound and engaged a large number of lambs for June deliv ery at seven cents a pound. The American Jersey Cattle club, at a recent meeting, passed a resolution stating, that it believes it to be the duty of the United States government to reimburse the owners of the dairy cattle exhibited at the National Dairy Show, Chicago, for all losses sustained by them, as a result of the detention in quarantine of those cattle. Green Goocli, or Wayn,esburg brought 16 head of well formed calves to Stanford Saturday en route to Lancaster court day Monday, but sold them here to S. H. Baughman at $25 a Vipnrl. Mr. fJnnpVi snirf hp was rlnH to sell them here at home for he might have had trouble disposing of them at Lancaster with the 'quinine" still on all the stockyards. v Fox & Farris shipped a carload of twenty-fiv- e war mules to Nashville, Tenn., last week, where they are to be inspected at a contract price of $140 each. In speaking of the demand for aged mules, M. J. Farris, Jr., stated that the British government officials were still anxious to secure heavy mules, but there were no more to be folind in Central Kentucky, and this will probably be the last load to leave Danville. Danville Messenger. George M. Abel, of near Bards-towbought on Dec. 16, a Hereford heifer, tipping the scales at 770 pounds, the cost, three and a half cents a pound. He also sold the same cow last week to Joe Brown at oix cents a pound this t'n.e weijjhim." 1,025 pounds. This cow was fed by Mr. Abell sixty days, the feed consisting of cotton seed meal, corn and clover hay, and in that time gained 253 pounds, or an average of four pounds a day. and J. JVI. Goocrf, the well 'known farmer of the .Goshen section, has had unusually, good luck with his Jersey cows this spring. Out of twelve to calve, he had 11 to bring heifers, which is regarded as almost a record. Mr. Gooch now has arr exceptionally fine herd of Jerseys, and makes a nice profit off their milk and butter. He has recently bought a Jaig black Poll Angus bull, with which he will cross them, in order to make some beef cattle, as he now has all of the thoroughbred Jerseys that he will need for some time. Henry L. Martin, Jr., sold his fine- car-load" two-year-o- ly improved farm to Dr. Ben F. Parrish at $343 per acre. The farm contains but 67 acres but near-Versailles is magnificentlyMmproved. At John R. Bailey's sale Wednesday a pair of horse mules sold for $298; long'yearling heifers' at $30 to $40 a head; horses from. $60 to $75. Wagons and machinery brought good prices. ld .r. v -- T, " AT THE EMPORIUM, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Our buyers have returned from the city and Wednesday, March 17th, we will have our line Teady 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, , CH AS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. Frank McKee, prominent Woodford county farmer and stockman, was last week chosen President of the newly organized Tobacco Growers' Association, while Abram Renick, of Clark county, was named Vice President, Lucien Beckner, of Lexington, is to continue as the Secretary, in addition to Messrs. McKee and Renick, the Board of Directors is made " EAT CABBAGE, FISH, up of the following: E. H. Goodpas-te- r, SAUSAGE, NEW BREAD Bath county; W. A. Byron, Bracken county; T. H. Collins, MadiNo Indigestion, Gas, Sourness or Up- son county; R. M. Barker, Carroll set Stomach if You'll Take "Pape's county; J. C. Noel, Franklin county; A. F. Shouse, Fayette county; and J. j s Diapepsin" Try This! T. Robinson, Henry county. The meeting was attended by delegates from Do some foods you eat hit back taste good, but work badly; ferment 21 tobacco producing counties. into stubborn lumps and cause asick For hoarseness, inflammed lungs sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape's or irritating coughs, BALLARD'S Diapepsin digests everything, leaving HOREHOUND SYRUP is a healing nothing to sour and upset you. There balm. It does its work quickly and never was anything so safely quick so thoroughly. Price 25c, 50 c and $1.00 certainly effective. No difference per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug how badly your stomach is disordered Store, Stanford, & Lyne Bros., Crab you will get happy relief in five min- Orchard. utes, but what pleases you most is that it strengthens and regulates your High Grade Stallion stomach so you can eat your favorite foods without fear. Most remedies" give you relief ChestMy high bred some times they are slow, but not nut Sorrel Stallion will make the seasure. "Pape's Diapepsin" is quick, the positive and puts your stomach in a son of 1915 at my oarn on Ky. old He fair grounds at Hustonville, healthy condition so the misery won't is 16 hands high, weight 1,200 come back. You feel different as soon as pounds. Will serve a limited number a living "Pape's Diapepsin" comes in contact of mares at $15 to insure is parted colt; season due when mare with the stomach distress just vanishes your stomach gets sweet, no with or on leaving the county. This Brook gases, no belching, no eructations of stallion sis by Ashland trotting and out mare. undigested food, your head clears and of a standard bred a great breeder, He has proven to be you feel fine. His Go now, make the best investment having colts to show for him. good colts are all saddle colts, with fifty-you ever made, by getting a large Cent case of Pape.'s Diapepsin from, style and action. Call and see a good any drug store. Yourealize in five" before breeding times comes. minutes how needless it is to suffer Jim Reed from indigestion, dyspepsia or" aliy I will also stand the great jack. stomach disorder. Jim Reed, the well known mule jack by the old jack of Jim Reed's; having sold his colts at $100 at weaning PUBLIC SALE time. He is a fine breeder, having colts to show for hist nere. He has a Saturday, March 27, 1915 large bone and his colts have good at ten o'clock A. M. at my place two bone and style. He will stand at $10 and a half miles from Stanford on the to insure a living colt. Money due if Gosehn pike, will sell one roan filly, mare is parted with or leaves the three years old; one Jersey cow; one county. B. W. LEIGH. Hustonville, years old; one Jersey heifer; one brood sow; eight shoats, will weigh about 60 pounds each; one buggy, Almont Dare one spring wagon; one mowing maA. S. H. R. 3228 chine, good as new; one corn planter; People Say To Us Sired by Dignity Dare 1992, he by one section harrow, one cider mill, Squirrel f 1 cannot eat this or that food, it does Dare 10 he by good as new: one lard press; one sau- Chesterby King William Black 1st dam 97; aot agree with me." Our advice to sage grinder: one churn; one cooking 5, he 4658, also all of them is to take a stove; 75 gallons of pure apple vine- ToxawayA. S. H. R.; sheregistered in Vol. 10, GXoQSL Dyspepsia gar; one organ and household and Mambrino 3715, he by by Abdallah Almont 33; kitchen furniture. WSSSSSm Tablet 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit Davis, TERMS Made known on day of before and after each meal. 25c a box.' sale. MRS. J. L. JONES, Stanford, by Bourbon Chief; 3rd dam, Mattie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, Penny's Drug Store Ky. R. F. D. No. 4. by Imported Glenco 4th dam Bettie C. by Cunningham's Copperbottom. NOTE Almont Dare's colts from No. 2788 grade mares bring as high as $300 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF at weanlings to $500 and $1000 at three to four years; $600 was THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. offered for his dam at 2 years old At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at close of business March 4, 1915.4 and $400 for his 2nd dam when horses were cheap. One full broRESOURCES another reLoans and Discounts 185,496.22 ther sold for $3,600 andand one sisported sold for $1,500, Overdrafts .00 i Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) ..'.'. "" 50,000.00 ter, 3rd dam could rack as fast as a His Subscription to stock "of Federal Reserve good horse could run under whip and . bank $4,800.00 spur. He is a pretty bay 16 hands Less amount unpaid ...-.3,200 $1,600.00 1200 pounds. All other stocks, including premium on same , 2,945.00 4,545.00 and weighs around, all good and Goes 6 distinct gaits Banking house, $4,625.00; furniture and fixtures,w$2, 173.50 6,798.50 Pretty good breeding, don't , Other real estate owned 2,649.60 fast. think so? vou Due from Federal Reserve bank 3,069.50 Season 1913 at my stable, z z Due from approved reserve agents in .? central miles from Hustonville, on Liberty reserve cities 183.03 Pike at $10 to insure a live colt. Due from approved reserve agents in other re- Money due when colt is foaled, mare serve cities 3,499.97 parted with or bred elsewhere. Grass 3.316.94 . Due from banks and bankers, (other than included in 12 or per month and all stock will 13) 50 at $2 my personal attention, but will have Outside checks and other cash items, $66.78; fractional curbe responsible for accidents. rency, nickels and cents, $149.25 216.03 rot .':...: Uorresponaence ana inspection in'. : Notes of other national banks 300.00 cited. Lawful money reserve in bank: Will also stand my big mule and Specie 8,674.20 jennet jack on same terms. Legal-tendnotes ,724.00 9,398.20 S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than 5 per 2,500.00 cent on circulation) three-quarters 1 six-year-o- Harrodsburg Herald. Uncle Jimmy Roberts, the veteran stockman of Pulaski, came through Saturday with a bunch of light stuff for the Lancaster market, but like Green Gpoch, he disposed of it here and returned home with his cash. To S. H. Baughman he sold half a dozen head of calyes at. $30 and to John Spoonamore at Rowland he sold 12 at $25 a head. & McKechnie, Spoonamore near Hubble, engaged to T. W. Jones, of Stanford, Saturday, their crop of spring lambs at seven and cents a pound. They now have 76 lamb's out of 87 ewes, and will have more. The lambs were en gaged for delivery the first twenty days in June and the same days in July. Pres Ray to Move to Danville It was learned from a reliable authority that P. W. Ray, the "wiard" horseman from the "Pennyrile," is to move to the fair grounds at Danville and establish his headquarters and training quarters there. 'P. W.' is one of Kentucky's most noted and renowned horsemen, and has developed many show .horse celebrities, including My Major Dare, Sunflower, Marcotta, Flying Hawk and a score of others. He is both an authority and a close student of the saddle horse to wfiich he has devoted his life work and has been very instrumental in putting the "Pennyrile" on the high plane it occupies today. According to the report, he has leased the grounds, the track, the large training barn and the dwelling house at the fair ground and has the privilege of prohibiting any other trainer to locate there. Boyle county and surrounding territory is getting to be one of the fore most horse centers of the State and the fair grounds, both on acount of its excellent facilities for training and ideal location, will prove an ideal situation. It is stated vJiat "P. W.' will bring four stallions with him, but it is doubtful if he will make a season with all of them, as some are young horses. The foremost of the quartette is Sunflower, the good son of Highland Flower, which is well known to the public of Kentucky. Farmers' Home Journal. Tobacco Men Organize GASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT Age(ablcPreparaiionforAs- Mmiiaiing Bears the Signature J M CY III PromofesDfeestwnJGmfur Lr ness andRest.Contalnsncidw OpiunuMorphiae norMiaiaL of Not Narcotic. Bsefkin Seed" jUxSama AW In ffiSaBkSiit IfirmSetd- Aperfect Remedy for Consfif lion , aour aioraaai.uiaii'ur Use For Over J ness aiulLoss ofsieep. w mm SS VYorras.Convulskms Jevenslr RcSimUe Signature of The Centaur CoMPAxr, NEW XUrtiv. Thirty Years W.iriMntPPfl undcrthefoo GASTORIA THC CIMTAUH COMPANY. W YOU CITY. Exact Copy of Wrapper. WOOL. We are paying the Highest Market Price for Wool. We are representing Springfield Woolen Mills, formerly representey by J. D. Eads & Co. See ' ld n, -- PENCE &HILL, Stanford. one-quart- er Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. . Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. E. B. Campbell, Stanford. Try our New Garden Tools. Try our Tongueless Disc Harrow. Try our Harrows with Tongue. Try Our Double Levr Drag Harrow. Our Sayers & Scoville Buggies are Better than ever this year. Come in and see f the improvements on them. e '. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. INSURE Your Property in the . L-- Produce Wanted ! I I will still continue to Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SAL1N & SMITH, I er buy your CHICKENS, EGGS and HIDES at WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NEWORLEANS Total Capital stock paid in Surplus Fund : LIABILITIES i .. $268,473.52 $, 50,000.00, STOP AND THINK BARGAINS BARGAINS the Undivided profits ,$2,653.20 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid' 1,328.92 28,500.00 I' Agents I I Highest Market Prices, at The Garage on Cut Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. Phoae 203. AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF.THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R EQUIPMENT. SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED, For Particular Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Address , H. C. I1HG, 101 . Pus'r East Main StVLaxfegtan, K r ai Met Afeit ft BtflNG YOUR JOB Uv : RINTING TO THE I. J, We will start sales I represent the largest and best clothing house in this MARCH 1st and continue 30 days. country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 20,351.93, Manufacturers and Dealers in We have a splendid stock of 111. My experience in measuring and SHOES about 400 pair Ladies' and directing the making of your clothes, 5,000.00 Gents, Boys and Girls; DRY GOODS - Class rowed i v '. ' " ves me the a'dvaniage over one who UNDERWEAR, HOSNOTIONS, and Prompt Service $268,473.52 and TINWARE, is not a practical tailor. If you wilL Original DesignsQuality Connections IERY, HARDWARE, Guaranteed give me your order I will promise State of Kentucky, County of, Lincoln, ss: above-namet d will the at all Granite and Marble Quarries. bank, do solemnly Etc. I, H. C.Baugnman, Cashier "of the These goods will be sold UNDER you a square deal. Youeither get the Office and Works on Cemetery Hill above, statement ,is true to the best "of my knowledge and COST. "Groceriw will be' told at worth of your money, in swear that Closed on Saturdays H. C. BAUGHMAN,. Cashier. Kf :v" the higher priced. belief. , COST during the 30 . days' sales. cheapest grades or SUMMER line ot Telephone 1S4 My SPRING and Subscribed and swam ta before' me J,S. HOCKER, KENTUCKY : : COME AND GET A BARGAIN. samples are now ready for your in STANFORD this 10th day ef March, 1915 spection. Call and let me show you. L'AFE MORGAN. W.',M. WRIGHT, MI D. ELMORE, . "Notary' Public Milledgevill., Ky. ft. C"RUPLEY, tk Practical TaUarf .Let the I. J. do your job printing. & Directors " Correct Attest! -made-to-order .. 50,000.00 Circulating notes . Due to banks and bankers (other than included in 5 or 6) Demand deposits: 111,825.92 Individual deposits subject to check Time deposits: Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days 12,320.00 8,031.93 Deposits subject to 30 or more days' notice Bills payable., including obligations representing 'money bor- 1,324.28 50,000.00 1,471.39 111,825.92 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. Stanford, Kentucky TO THE PUBLIC. HARRY JACOBS High Monuments. til ;,,' fl -- T -- 'r I . 4 . :'.... w -