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I - '. o - The No. 25. 1NTE RETURNS HOME cM JOURNAL CRAB ORCHARD HOWARD CAMNITZ' Tkia Paper Step Waem Tear Time is up Watck the Date Oa Label ami acuew xuu ouaiuip um riuoifu. I - , v vaV- - ,yi,v- - - Established 1860. 56th Year. BEAUTIFUL AFFAIR "Was Stanford, "Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, March 26, 1915. DR. WINBURN Tuesdays and Fridays "JINX" English Pheasants Arrive. Fifteen English Ringneck pheasants were received here Thursday by H. J. McRoberts from the State Game Commissioner J. Q. Ward, of Frankfort, and were immediately put in various part of the county to propagate. These birds will be rigorously protected by the officials, and anyone caught killing them will be visited with the severest penalties. It is hoped that they will be alowed to breed unmolested that they may in a measure take the place of quail which are being killed out so rapidly. County Game Warden J. C. MaGee, of Crab Orchard, came down and secured a brace of .the pheasants and will turn them in a secluded spot in the eastern part of the county. The birds made their trip from England in good shape. Out of the shipment of 15 sent here only one was dead. . Wedding of Miss Elizabeth Lutes and Mr. J. B. Fisher. county to investigate the record and standing of R. H. Metcalf, whose bank at Cicero, Ind., had gone into the hands of a receiver a few weeks previous. A great deal of money seems to have been lost and considerable suffering and worry aused by the bank's inability to further meet the demands upon it, and it was right that the News should give particulars in a. matter in which a number of the citizens of its place are vitally concerned. We say this was right and proper. But, in our opinion, it was neither just nor the part of wisdom Will Move to Science Hill. to send a man who had no more reW. D. Johnson, who has lived .in gard for his word than W. H. Blod-ge- tt Louisville. Blood poison developed Lincoln county most of his life and did. One object of his visit to and resulted in his death a week later. who is one of the best citizens in its McKinney, where Mr. Metcalf was After leaving Louisville last week, boundary, will move from King's cashier of the bank of Cammy was confined to his bed, with Mountain, where he has conducted a years, seems to havefor a number the been to do an ice pack covering his face on ac- hotel, to Science Hill next week. He splendid little town an injustice; in count of the bad eye. As soon as he has rented the Science Hill Hotel and spreading the news wide that was able to sit up he went to the will conduct it on the high plane he it was a place of far and io importance grounds and worked out. It took on- has his hostelry at King's Mountain. just a village of two stores, a bank ly a few minutes of violent exercise He will have a sale tomorrow and dis- and a blacksmith shop, with two to put him on the bum again. Camnitz pose of some household goods of trains a day, etc. Those of our read$20 For Disturbing Worship. is very anxious to have a successful which he has a surplus. ers who have been to the thriving Jack Jones, another of the negroes, season, and contribute a bit of clevplace know what a prevarication who disturbed the colored "Holy erness in order to make the Rebels a Sold Lincoln Garage this is, but for the benefit of those Roller" meeting at "Chicken Bristle," big factor in the pennant race this Estill Carter has sold to Henry An- who know little of McKinney, we between Turnersville and Hustonville season. derson, the Ford man, his garage, will state that it has ten was tried before County Judge BaiLast year Cammy got away to a known as the Lincoln Garage. Mr. stores, a. big flouring mill, creditable churches ley Thursday morning and fined $20 bad start. He went to Hot Springs to Anderson will continue the business of various denominations, is a big and costs. There are still two negroes train, became involved in court pro- at the old stand. Mr. Carter did not lumber and produce center, and lastout who are charged with the same ceedings, and when the court cases dispose of his poultry business, how- ly, it is located in a splendid part of .man. crime, but so far they have not been were finished, the training season had ever, and will give it his undivided the best county on earth "f i Immediately after the impressive apprehended. The trial of the Carman come to a close, and Cammy went in- attenetion. "My poultry trade is get- Six trains stop there daily andLincoln. ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Fisher left and Eads men who engaged in a cutto the championship games with prac- ting so large that I can hardly find of others pass over the great dozens for a trip to Cincinnati, Cynthiana Queen ".v-- 'ting and shooting affray at Duncan tically not a day of training. 'it, .i. and other points, before returning to time to look after it all, and that is & Crescent route last week, was to have been held He tried hard last season, but the the reason I quit the automobile busi- and South. It is between the North Lexington where they will make their very natural that .?' Thursday but neither side was ready handicap was too big. Even at that ness," said Mr. Carter. ' Jiome. the citizenry of McKinney is incensed for trial so the case went over until he made a great showing, but then guests were Mr. The at the false report spread broadcast. next Thursday. he really lacked the necessary pep Mrs. W. C. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. and Every courtesy possible was extend"A Negro Wedding." and ginger. He has plenty of it now, A. L. Gum, Misses Myra and Julia The young people of the Christian ed to Mn Blodgett, we are informed, Lawwill Quits Bull Moosers. however. Fisher, Miss Smeadley, Mr. E. L. this is the way he The Rebel pitching staff looks chdrch at McKinney are preparing to and. failure to find some reciprocated. The placing of a complete ticket Pindell, Messrs. Prewitt and Joe one to speak present on April 10th at the opera His good, even tho Perrit has been lost in the field for state offices was inGum, of Lexington, Mrs. Francis house in that city the amusing play detrimentally of Metcalf seems to to the Pittsburg Feds. But Camnitz dorsed by the Progressive State CenChappell, of Paris, Mr. and Mrs. J. have angerlooks like the real ginger boy, the one entitled "The Negro Wedding." There ed at"stuck"hehim and getting out in tral Committee at Louisville, WednesLee Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Harry this, took his spite is some good talent in it and under who is going to make them all get day. The. action brought the resigFrye, of Hubble, Mrs. Bogie, of Lanthe management of the talented Mrs. the unfair way of belittleing the hust- out and hustle. nation of W. S. Lawwill, bf Danville, Miss Cora Nunnelley, Miss caster, ling West End city, and When Cammy is right and has the Charles Oatts it cannot fail to be a slurs at the good citizens throwing" Chairman of the committee, who fa.Mary Dee Kennedy and Mr. James thereof. great success. proper surroundings, he is going to do vored "an honorable union with the Cooper, of Stanford. Unlike the cat, Mr. Blodgett will nevgood work; he has shown that when Republican party." The Committee, er "come back," and probably for Mrs. A. P. Sloan's Father Dead. with the Pirates. He became a bit by a unanimous vote, elected Matt DUTY OF NEWSPAPERS F. F. Stigall, one of the best citi- his own sake it might be well. Howdissatisfied with Dreyfuss, as he got J. Holt, of Louisville, member from us to even ina rather bad deal there, but the old-ti- zens of Pulaski county, is dead, aged ever, don't understand his head would Chairman to sucthe Lawlessness and Dis"To Comdemn 76. He was the father of Mrs. A. P. timate that a hair of fire, the ginger, the enthusiasm ceed Lawwill. be injured, but we are position orders, Says Court of Appeals have come back and it looks likti a Sloan, of the Hubble section, .who to guarantee as muchnot in his feelfor has spent much of her time of late big year for Camnitz. KIDD'S STORE at his bedside. Mr. Stigall was born ings, rof if the McKinney folk ever Affirming the life sentence given Will Neal, of Moreland was in town on the banks of Cumberland river lay eyes on him again they are going Col. Guest Much Improved. 3Iilt Mansfield, slayer of Policeman Tuesday prospecting and trading. and belonged to the big family of to tell him a few things that would News comes from Crab Orchard Bob Thurman in Glasgow, September Homer Luster and wife have left not listen that Col. J. W. Guest, who has been that name in that section of Pulaski. gathering. well at a church or social 18, Judge Carroll, writing the opin us for more congenial environment very ill, is improving now. He sat ion of the Court of Appeals, said; "It and more prosperous prospects in the Col. Farris Sells To His Son. up a while Thursday and seems to is the right as well as the duty of Middleburg vicinity. M. J. Farris this morning sold all ELLISON be regaining his strength. The Louisnewspapers to condemn lawlessness Clay White, after an absence of ville Times early in the week printed his iterest in the firm of Farris & and disorders, to demand a strict en Mr. four years, is home on a visit. AccliMcGriffin and Master. a good picture of Col. Guest, with Farris to his son, M. J. Farris III. The Homer W. E.have just returned from forcement of the law, and to insist mated to mild and equable weather Vest other owner is Mr. M. J. Farris, Jr. these lines about him: The many that justice without delay shall be ad a business trip to Somerset. of southern California and mindful of friends of Col. J. V. Guest, of Crab The firm is very extensively engaged ministered." Local newspaper article? Mayme, little daughter of Mr. and his the fickleness here, he deferred in stock business. This deal involved Orchard, Ky., who suffered a slight were relied upon by the defense to se coming till after equinox, hoping for Mrs. M. V. Singleton is very ill with stroke of paralysis a fortnight ago, about $20,000. Danville Advocate cure a change of venue from Barren spring greeting, but connected with pneumonia. will be pleased to learn that he is imcounty, which was refused, and thi? While using a very sharp ax last the heaviest snow storm of the win Stanford H. S. Vs. Hustonville which proved and is doing nicely. "Uncle refusal was cited as error, for ter. By the way, is there a "before-the-waThe members of the Stanford High week Mr. H. P. Daigh had the misJim," as he is familiarly known to reversal was asked. The Glasgov reader of this paper, Avho School Base Ball team will go to Hus- fortune to cut an artery in his foot, Times, referring to .a. previous edito- so little Mrs. GityloaSMfiiand Mrs. Fucrate. his close friends, is in his eightieth tonville Wednesdajaxt, 31st, and causing a very painful wound. remembers a March with j.1 ij j: nnccpccpH n rn. ' .windand a springequinoxin 'middle; oxsiVorurHByirBii&reixus, rn inai- - vpnr huf Vine nhravs xr akvcity--It- . A'JlK nTSffr aH JSquijJohn. Camden wasthe .guest remrkc4P1,tyrth'ciub of anir-fe-an r ra yr?-igvi7i j. r. oi i"n: Trf"a""ekSvliKScarcelyb"re"eze?The" r.vwu-airs- .' - ;" -- -? Wl oummins. bly preserved man for his age. He is be the first game of the season of the "ol 1. L. 'Singleton and family Sunday. iaiKofrfSC , and threats recallinej TkSJMJ Grandma May spent last week oldest and they are old of our citizen- of Stanfbrdalso attended the burial a Kentuckian of the old school and local boys and they wiH do tho?r best the home of ner son, E. W. May. at against the life of Thurman, said foul to France and England. The British ship never knew the like. Conditions of Mrs. Lou Pettus. cruiser Amethyst penetrated as far as to make a good showing. days after the murder ot Ihurmar Naerara. but was hit by shots from in February and early March were Mr. L. X. Sanders went to Danville years ago was one of the best known Fred Hubble was accidentally figures on the American turf. Some that "if the men accused of the mur- concealed field artillery, which did propitious for farm work and eagerly on business this week. hit in the head by the brake lever of April Court Day Dinner. der of Policeman Thurman are held considerable damage, killing twenty-thre- e improved. It was one year ago last Sunday of the best thoroughbreds racing a The ladies of the Baptist church a wagon, crushing his skull slightly. over, there ought to be a special sesOne or two provident grangers, since Mrs. Hannah Steger had the quarter of a century back wore his will serve a court day dinner on A doctor was called immediately and thirty others. sion of the Circuit Court called at Three and woundingalso blown up by alive to value of a good garden, de- fall breaking her left hip bone and colors. Among these turf stars was Monday, April 12th, county court the wound dressed. The little fellow trawlers were decide their fate. If this is mines in the straits. An Athens news- clined to follow the xule of giving it this last Sunday found her able to Terra Cotta, one of the best runners once to day. Come and help a good cause. is geting along nicely now. not done an outraged community paper publishes a report that the subordinate place to other work and walk real well with the aid of a cane. in those days. Mr. J. D. McGuffey, of Gadsten, 25-- 2 should take the matter in hand them- Turks are using motor batteries, haVe all the earliest vegetables plant- As she looked upon the crutches restAla., is spending several weeks with, MORELAND selves. If there is no evidence against which they can move about quickly, ed. Most of us have been put off with ing in a corner of Tier room upon his brother, Ellison McGuffey. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. Mr. Farris Sandidgc, who has been them and they are discharged, they so that as soon as the Allied vessels one and the other excuses when in- which she depended so long to carry daughter of Mr. Jessie, Services at the Presbyterian and Mrs. the littleCornett, should go as free as the winds of penetrate within range, they move sisting on having garden plowed and her, she called to her servant to take quite sick for some time, is some is slowly Arthur Sunday Church Sunday, March 28: .heavens." to another spot. The severe weather see little prospects of earlier than them up stairs and place them out of better at this writing. school, 9:30; Morning Worship; 11 recovering from an attack of pneuMesdames Bloomfield, of SpringBoth the Times and the Republican sight. She can go anywhere in the the use of airships for" fire April planting. o clock; C. E. Society, b:30 p. m.; monia. deplored mob law and urged prompt has made almost impossible, so that R. E. Horton and wife were pleasLast year's disappointments and house and has been several times in field, 111., and Mary Hendricks, of Home Missions Problems, Ezekial 34, direction justice. Taking the quoted extract in the handicap to the attacking fleet many disastrous failures have not the yard and her friends are looking Indianapolis, Ind., who came home to 20-3ant guests at John Horton's SaturAll No evening services. funeral connection with the context of the ed- has been considerable. put a crimp in the tobacco gamble with hope that the day will soon come attend the Reynolds, of their father, Presbyterians will please take notice day and Sunday. will shortly reMr. W. J. itorial, the Court of Appeals said: Caldwell has returned when the cane will rest beside the, shown by and acreage will be average. The that the self denial envelopes will to Mr. Albert after a protracted visit "These vigorous articles doubtless official Prussians losses, as Cincinnati, Growing a crop is dead easy for crutches. Mrs. Steger has been a turn to their homes. lists, total 1,050,029 killed be collected on Sunday morning. Mrs. Portman, who has been spendgave voice of the indignant and since the beginning of the war. This the industrious, but many have to beautiful example of patience, enand friends The Communion Service will be with relatives Singleton has here. very alarmed condition of the Miss Elsie been 136 learn that the crop needs a little durance and Christian fortitude in ing the winter in Oklahoma, passed held at the Presbyterian church on does not include lOo Bavarian, people of Glasgow concerning this Wurttemberg, 119 Saxon and 20 na more care than hay at harvest and her long sad trial and is so grateful through this place last Wednesday, Day, April 4. Preparatory ill with grip. Easter crime, and it was entirely reasonable vy lists. The Copenhagen Evening they need volumes of instructions in to her many friends who wrote her en route home at Liberty. A few nights ago some one entered Mi. Lafe Morgan of Milledgeville service, Friday evening, April 2. and proper tha those paoevs should, News gives these figures to London proper curing and protitable grading. letters of cheer, as well as to all here Chris- the chicken house of J. L. Camden The revival at the Broadway spent the week end at Lebanon. Mr. under the circumstances, have given and stole eleven nice hens. The nearThe "wise guy" who knows all about who ministered to her wants. Morgan had the misfortune to get his tian Church, Lexington, conducted by est produce dealers were instructed expression to their views touching papers.. President Wilson will protest the it is still with us. The intelligent landSunday by telephone to look auto burned up at that place the Prof. A. W. Fortune, closed the nui'Ier that i been committed out for the thief Millinery Opening Thursday. shipped to the lord blessed with a tractable tenant additions and a and a few mornings after, while feednight of the fire at the Lebanon ga- night with sixty-od- d on the street of the city in which they blockade of everythingfrom where or is the only lucky' man of this neck of membership. Germans no matter I will rage. On Thursday, April great awakening of the were published. Uut we think the what the ownership of the ship or the woods, who came back from the have oh display at my store at Crab The meeting at the Presbyterian ing his chickens, Mr. Camden was Mr. Charles Slaughter and family publication did not exercise upon the the cargo. The President, into whose warehouse smiling. hens line of will move to Danville shortly to the church is being attended by good au surprised to find that the night.had all Orchard a full and people of the county so great influbeen returned during the Colonel Micheal Finnegan Elkin, of spring and summer hats. The pub- regret Congress placed the retiring of their many friends. Mr. diences at the afternoon and evening ence or create such sentiment of hos- hands to maintain our neutrality, has Lexington, joined in Casey's Saint John McGuffey had the misfortune call tility against the defendants as that power to emphatically protest the Patrick jubilation and in that inimit- lic is most cordially invited to 25-- 2 Slaughter will have a sale of house services, and Rev. Trostle is coming to be held-u- p by tramps one evening him-a- s a and see them. Mrs. S. J. Tatem. up to what had been said of hold good next Saturday. they could not obtain a fair trial in decided swamping of our foreign trade with able style, familiar to his admirers meetings are last week, while attempting to cross Mr. and Mrs. Warns Kakestraw, ot gifted preacher. All tne rg the county." the railroad midway between all but the Allies and such neutrals from Michigan to the Gulf, dispensed PREACHERSVILLE Campbellsville, who have been on a creating interest and much good will Thurman was described as a and Eubank. Mr. McGuffey taffy and some of the freshto receive see result. Somerset Herald. but determined man, with as theyfrom fit to allow States. It is blarney, best gags and anecdotes of was robbed of $10. Mesdames Arthur and James Mi- short visit at this place have returned est and the United his gun. goods to their home. two notches on the stock of Logan Walls, of Kng's Mountain, understood that the President will go this season's vintage and mintage. ller visited and shopped in Stanford WAYNESBURG Mrs. Kate Coovert, of Shelby City Once when Sheriff of Wayne county no has moved to the John Horton propMonday. emphatic protests, Come often Mike, and stay longer. last further than . Born, to the wife of Mr. J. E. Du erty recently vacated by Elvis Padmoand he killed a man in A veteran fisherman caught a Mrs. Oliver Carpenter, of Lancas- is spending a few days with he country will be in a position he killed Bud McCandless in Edmon- but this demand and get huge damage bucket of choice minnows and with ter, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ther, Mrs. Malinda Gresham, who has mas a crirl on the 2ist. gett. then to Mr. M. F. Padgett and family have' been quite poorly of grippe. son and was acquitted. He was town claims at the end of the war. A care- high hopes repaired to his favorite S. D. Carpenter. Arthur Caldwell has moved to the C. Sanders' property Miss Eugenia Hubble, of McKinney rented Dr. P. marshal of Edmonson at the time. He ful record of every ship seized, the stretch of Green River where he had Jake Elliott property on Fishing Mrs. F. L. Thompson was visiting also had been town marshal of Burks-"V'ttl- disposition of her and the cargo will never failed of good sport and a her mother, Mrs. Wm. Sprinkles, near was the attractive guest of Mr. and and moved into it. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hutchinson, of Creek. Mrs. Shelby Hubble, a part of the LouisRoscoe Ghent and wife, claims. "At the cheering string of bass. Weather and Shelby City. visiting Miss Sallie ville, are the geusts of Mrs.ofGhent's Ludlow, are week. He had a reputation that induced be kept for futureUnited States will water were ideal, but most faithful Mr. and Mrs. John Bell, of Corbin, end The friends of J. J. Durham, will Gooch and Mrs. R. Y. Ballard. the City Council of Glasgow to em- haveof the war the it will insist up- efforts were unrewarded by even one visited relatives here. S. G. Brown. a big claim and Mrs. Robert Eastham returned to father, Julia Williams spent Sunday puropse of breaking to be to hear he. ploy him for the Miss Mr. and Mrs. Newton Gill visited be glad along nicely is thought recent hei home in Somerset Sunday after on payment," according to a high nibble. He is vehement in execration from his up lawlesness and "bootlegging." His government official, who declared getting Singleton. vandalism which has about com- their son, Tom Gill and wife. spending se few days here in the inter- with Miss Elsie Joe Hogue, Mr. and injuries. life had been threatened and on Sep- that this country would kick, but of Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Blankcnship and wife visited pletely exterminated the game sorts est of the L. O. T. M. Several new Mrs. Robert Elliott, Mr. tember 18 in answer to a call to sup- would have to swallow the medicine. from one time one of the finest bass Mr. and Mrs. William Naylor near Mrs. applications for membership in the Matt Wells, of Eubanks andand among some drunken Good Advice. ia press disorder Mrs. in Central Kentucky. Stanford last week. against the seizpeople he went to the place, where he Neutrals may guard by declaring they streams Doctors are the only men or com- order were secured. L. Dumas and litJohnson and Edd Newell, of A farmer, who makes a specialty of j Little Annie Dema Cress has been ure Mr. and Mrs. H. bine of men who persistently work arrested Louie Pace. On their way to will of their vessels Germany, is not Jerseys, lately sola one young cow quite ill of measles. were at dinner in Wil-mo- Liberty, by Mr. entertained Ellison Mcwith not against their own interest, constant- tle daughter, Thelma. were week. the jail they encountered Mansfield, ground intradeBritish action, as stated and calf for $100 and the same day and Mrs. Sunday Miss Ruby Cress was visiting her the and WHliamstorvn last and an altercation ensued between in the jiote to the country setting another for $75. It is not at all rare grandfather, Mr. Joseph Smith, near ly trying to teach people how to keep Guffey. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Muncie and was the well. If the foregoing could be accomMansfield and oficer. Thurman was Mr. blockade. Muncie guest Hundley Singleton C. Single an owner declares $100 offer for Brodhead that and Martela forth the new form of doc- Misses Sosbia shot and died from the wound. of his brother, Isaac O. Williams, pastor of the plished in part or as a whole, Rev. J. Germany has asked the American a cow would not be considered. Nevvisited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Caldwell ton Thursday night. The theory of the defense was that ap- tors could give, more of their time to Sunday, Baptist church, could not hard, the . and in ambassador to protest against sub- ertheless times are cnarge and our re- pointment here Sunday. fill his the people's chronic disease. We as Thurman clubed his revolver Woodrow publican friends Mrs. Mattie Gooch and Miss Effie striking Mansfield over the head with treatment of the crew of the off a with personal responsibility for foot Medal Contest at Hustonville. servants think (yes we know) that Little Lucy Mae Anderson has been the great majority of humanity fail Jenkins are visiting reluthes at which was taken the butt of it, Thurman accidentally marine submarine when it was sunk. and mouth dis"ease of cattle and no quite sick. A Silver Medal contest will be held Point. discharged his own weapon into his German " Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Anderson and to .drink enoueh (we mean water), Pleasant Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Singleton spent under the auspices of the Hustonville The English declared at the time that doubt for pellagra. A half to a pint the women. own body. The philospher oiten descants family visited Mrs. AndersorJs mo- .especiallycold or not water on arising Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Bettie W. C. T. U. at the Christian church the crew would be refused the ordi of pure of war wiselv of thiners he knows deductively' ther,, Mrs. Holtzclaw, at Stanford. there Friday evening, April 2. The nary privileges of prisoners instance Singleton. Not Feeling "Just Right" Some cheap drunks have been dis- in the morning will in each longevity and Fred full program will be announced later. or tne Kinu oi wanaic gai- and of observation. It is improbable Messrs. Walace and When vou get tired early in th( because by submarines. that Congressman Owsley Stanley gracing our town for sometime. Prop- be conductive to health were in Somerset Saturday on the day, have bad breath or suffer from ned Russians reservists in Washing- ever did a day's farm work, but he er recourse to law by one of our in- if persisted, in. Our reasons for un- Williams Card of Thanks. All and Sunday. But deemed indigestion or constipation you will ton, Oregon, Idaho , Alaska, Wyom- surely spoke by the card when he sulted citizens recently cleaned the faith ia us are legion. any explanation Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan is. visiting go into We wish to thank our many friends find Foley Cathartic Tablets quick ing and Montana have been ordered rapped us Americans farmers, as a platter and a few fines will help a lit- necessary to G. Gooch this as to the whys or wherefores. We ask her brother, Mr. L. and neighbors for their service and They are home, according to a Seattle dispatch. class, the poorest on civilized earth., tle. and comfortable in action. for a faithful trial of this simple plan WGGK Walter Padgett spent Wednes- kindness in the illness and death of. wholesome and health giving. Mr. L. The Russian consul general at Seattle If we can 'get investigation imposed, Mr. this my wife and our mother. J. D BurBay, Wis., says: has issued the order. Abqut 25,000 on on enumerators ot next census tnere L. Levy, Green The widow of Stonewall Jackson in reach of all. If singleleads to better day night with Rowland Singleton. instance this in a X ton and" family. "They do not gripe and effects is the coast are affected, it is said. wager that nine died at her home in Virginia this' health and amjarent feeDle effort will will be few takers of Mr. and Mrs. Will Reynolds have thouorh an quick and sure. The finest cathartic , government is show- tenths of us are intense "moonites"-lun- a week. new house recently The Bulgarian not have been in vain. Dr. Haney, moved into their Were Only Witnesses. e, will "ticks" I ever used." Sold by all dealers. ing some irritation at the way the Albuilt. JVfiddleburg, Ky. n. methods ot our voca-catio- N Use to Try and Wear O Your John B. West, of Junction City, blocking off neutral com- common-sens- e Preparations are being made for lies areand the chance of getting that Cold It Will Wear You Out Instead Pulaski's taxable property is listed writes us that he and Buford Wrenn merce, open An- effort will be made to an. election on the whisky question in country to come in with the Allies is at $6,101,000, or considerably less were not arrested for selling whisky, suffering saloons in. the new county of Thousands keep on J3oyd county. It is now wet, Wasted Quick Action lessened, according to reports irom than Lincoln's withbalf the territory. but were only witnesses. We thought Coughs and .Colds through neglect better of the gentlemen. Wherr one is coughing and spitting and. delay..' Why make yourself an there. Ak! The Invigorating Whiff of Tke with tickling throat, tightness in easyv, prey to serious ailments .and of jV. T. Axbell, Tkey T..aow It' Safe Pine Forest! 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You will receive ia return a trial health-givin- g Piney Forests brought stiff and sore mucles and joints, puff-ne- lief. Thousands, any Foley's Horsey T)iscyeryj jswhat'ypu need the. f ;rd" C, T. Lunceford, Washington, Ga., ands testify that bdcKache rheuma- package containing Foley's Heitey. under eyes, backache, bladder and lar Compound' is the surest' and dose helps. Your headclears up. yo; w";teu back by Dr. Bell's used it for six years tism, sore muscles; acming joints and and Tar Compound, for cewfce, 4ds Antiseptic and healing. Bay a bottle weakness and rheumatism. They get quickest acting medicine for coughs, breaihe? freely; and yeu feel, so JnsMv fvi itney'er- has failed. I think it i bladder weaknesses vanished When aad creup, Foley Kidney PUk, and today.. All druggists, 35c. Electric results. Contain no harmful drugs., cords, croup and la grippe.. Soldsby all j better. Biiy: a bottle Hfo'dajr anjlHr. !f' cougns ;tnu Foley Kidney Pills were taken. Sold Foley Cathartic Tablets. Seld by all rmecy msae ' - Sold by all dealers. 'dealers. , .. Bitters a Spring tonic. dealers. by all dealers. tifils. Silr bv all ' dealers. tKMig at nee. V.i Z de-liyered up-to-da- The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Lutes and Mr. J. B. Fisher, which was solemnized, at the home of the bride's brother, Mr. Keene Lutes, on "Thursday, in Danville, is said to have been one of the prettiest home weddings lately witnessed. The handsome home was very artistically decorated with palms, ferns and white and pink carnations for the lovely affair. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lutes, of this county, and is handsome and attractive. She wore a beautiful traveling suit of blue with hat to match and carried a bunch of bride roses. Mips Mabel Gum, of Lexington, a cousin of the bride, who was her only attendant, also wore a pretty suit and carried Killarney roses. The groom is a very prominent and farmer of layette county and a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fisher, of Lexington. Miss Russell Ramsey, of Danville sang "A Perfect Day," and "I Love You Truly," while Mrs. Alfred Eads, of Shelby county playsd Mendelsohn's wedding march. The ceremony was performed by Rev. D. M. Walker, of this city, who after the guests had assembled came down stairs, followed by Miss Mabel Gum and Mr. Howard Newland, of this city. Then came the bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Keene Lutes. Mr. Ben McGuire, of Lexington was best -- te out-of-to- -- . 'TZL J .. ni.u: !3 1,- -. LATEST WAR NEWS. The British battering ram is ready to begin battering down German armies on land. The 2,000,000soldiers that have been recruited and drilled in England for monras since the outbreak of war have been drilled into an army, half of which has already been landed on the eontinent, ana the other half is held in England in reserve, to be gradually fed across the channel to take the place of those who fall out, to keep the English army up to full strength. The battle lines of last fall, the greatest in history, are to be mere skirmish lines in comparison with the armies that face each other in the western zone this spring. France, too, has been getting ready for this mighty effort, and several millions a week have been spent in America for automobiles, horses, grain, clothing and rifles and ammunition; the hospital equipment and forces have been trebled. Already the new life in the trenches of the Allies is being felt in the taking of several minor positions and trenches. The gigantic armies are awakening from their winter hibernation and beginning to feel the warmth of the spring sun. The front in Flanders and the northern portion of the line in France are especially becoming active. "The war will begin in May," is the way Lord Kitchener has stated England's plan of land attack Recent engagements cost the British 12,000 and the Germans 18,000, conflicting reports state. The German cruiser Dresden was sunk by its own men while resting at anchor in neutral water at Juan Fernandez Island, off Chile, when attacked by British warships, according to statements by sailors landed at Valparaiso, Chile, by the British ships. Damaged machinery and lack of coal are the reasons given for the Dresden laying up. Other ships lying in port were damaged by the British file and a woman and child on shore were killed, according to the German wounded landed. The Chilean government has sent a cruiser to the scene of the sinking to bring back the officers and men of the wrecked ship to investigate the case. The neutral powers of the Balkans and on the edge of that caldron of war brews are playing their hands for big stakes. Italy's latest demands are for several slices of Austria fringing the Adriatic Sea and a free hand in Albania. Some world history making diplomatic battles are being fought at Rome by the various factions that are attempting to line Italy up with the Allies or the Entente. Von Bue-lothe German ambassador, who was transferred to Italy some time ago with a view to meeting these delicate diplomatic problems, seems assured of failure, according to diplomatic representatives. Von Buelow, however, insists he can gain the territory asked for Italy from Austria, and keep Italy a neutral. The Dardanelles "forcing" has not progressed as much as early cables would have us believe in this country, and the active buying of wheat for export in this country by representatives of the Allies and neutrals is pointed to as the reason for the "Allied news" regarding the progress in the Dardanelles of the fleet that was sentat jthis time, to open the way.forJ w, GOOD PEOPLE OF McKINNEY conducting the revival at the Baptist church, was compelled to return this afternoon to his charge, the Walnut Street Baptist church, at Louisville. He conducted his last service this afternoon at three o'clock and was heard by one of the largest congregations that has gathered in the day time. An audience that taxed the capacity of the church heard him preach on Thursday night and heard one of the strongest sermons that he has since coming here. Dr. Win-bur- n is a wonderfully gifted man in presenting the Word of the Lord and has made a great impression and done a fine work among the people of this community. There have been about a dozen additions to the church as well as a great awakening among the Christian membership f the city. Dr. Early, pastor of the church, will preach tonight and Saturday afternoon. There .will be no service Saturday night and the meeting will formally close with the services morning and evening, Sunday. The pure spirit of Maud Gooch After Accomplishing Much Good In left its tenement of clay for fairer Louisville Paper Says Popular Pitcher Is Pursued By a Hoodoo Stanford Revival Closes Sunday. climes on last Saturday. She had been a patient sufferer from tuberculosis The Louisville Herald Sunday conGeneral regret was felt all over for many weary months, and as her town that Dr. Winburn, who has been loved ones watched beside her, she tained the following story of interest told them many times how well all soul, how very was with her bright her t prospects were for an eternal resj;.. where no sickness or pain can ever' come. Her devoted parents, sister and brother, who are heart broken at the parting, are not grieving without hope, for once again they may seejher radiant in a heavenly beauty waiting to bid them welcome. The casket was covered with beautiful flowers and she was laid to rest in their family lot near Bee Lick. Our heartfelt sympathy is extended to them in this great trial. Mrs. M. E. Fish and Montez went to Louisville jlast Thursday to visit Mrs. J. C. Rinehart. Montez came home Sundaybut Mrs. Fish will remain several weeks. A nine inch snow covered the ground of Monday morning and those who have planted their gardens are wearing long faces. Miss Jean 'Buchanan came home from Louisville last week to visit her mother. MissBelle Haldeman came with her. They will return to the city in a short time"! Mr. Ed. Dyehouse is on the sick list this week. The remains of Mrs. Lou Pettus, of Corbin, were brought to the home of Mr. and Mrs; Will Pettus Monday, where a large crowd of sorrowing friends viewed the remains. On Tuesday afternoon a short service was held at the house as her funeral had been preached at Corbin. Rev Morgan read an- appropriate chapter in the Bible and offered a most beautiful and touching tribute to her memory. The casket was covered with beautiful flotoers, many of them being sent by Corbin friends and loving friends from there and Berea came with the remains. Mary was a devoted member of the Baptist church, a teacher in the Sunday School and a worker in the Ladies Aid Society, but in her home lif e her Christian character shone brightest. Being deprived by death of her only child, a boy, she determined :)for his sake to make some other boy happy, so she adopted a little orphan- - and had been to him a true mother, and was training him into a Christian life. The song service was pouching. "Nearer My God To Thee" was sung by Misses Bird Perkins, Mayme Holderman, Mrs. Clatha Newland and Mrs. Bragg Thompson' and then the beautiful song "Some IDay We Will Under stand" was sung by Mrs. Clatha New-lan- d Thompson, and Mr. after which the remains were laid to rest in Cemetery Hill. Col. James I Guest remains verv feeble. t News has just come that Mrs. Charles Redd' is very sick at her home near here with pneumonia. Mrs. J. T. Chadwick has been quite sick for several days. Miss Ella lMay Saunders, of Stanford, attended the burial of Mrs. Lou PettusTjUesday, - Resent Belittling of Their Hustling Little City by Hoosier Reporter. here as Howard Camitz and his family lived so many years at Hustonville. The Herald article said: The family of Howard Camnitz, Rebel hurle, and former Pirate slab-ma- n, has a blood poison jinx. Within less than a year, five of his immediate household have been afflictel seriously, one death resulting. Howard himself is the latest victim. He joined the main squad at Augusta, Ga., last week, but after one afternoon's gambol on the diamond had to visit a specialist. His right eye was paining him. He was informed that he had blood poisoning. Last fall, Mrs. Camnitz's brother, June Claxton, broke his right finger while playing with a church team in It was legitimate- - newspaper business and a stroke of journalistic en- when it sent a representative to this terprise in the Indianapolis News state-at-larg- e, r" u.m"Vfv "- fr 4 bust-constitution; . 1; law-abidi- ng -". up-to-da- te Way-nesbu- mild-mannere- d, self-defens- e, e. Ju-rith- re -- U-1- 2, R-yn- . . inup-to-dat- - Mc-Crea- ry. g es Pine-Tar-Hon- "I-haV- e -- . . :'.. itr -- - &itw,;-,".'tt&&"- X.1 M&'.:v rf X, - w ? . . A ,.- - 4. ".'' , ,.fj OrX ' Ml" ."y ir 'v o K 1 - vV ..' t ' v x1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. The Interior journal CONDENSED REPORT LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK WALTON & SAUFLEY WATCH WORTH FULLY $3,500 Friday, March 26,-191- 5. Finest Editors and Managers. Time-Piec- e in Kentucky Result of Famous Medicine Stanford, Kentucky to Comptroller of the Currency March 4, 1915 RESOURCES $334,6 1 8.76 Loans U. S. and Other Stocks and Bonds 135,657.50 Banking House Cash and Due from Banks ............ $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 LIABILITIES Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable $542,677.73 Total "Corner Next to Court House" n "Wooly" Boy Clothes my jfik For the boy that wears good clothes, this is the Suit none better made. In fact, the only PURE WOOL suit. See the 'Sheep "Label in back of coat. Our Spring stock now complete. All the new shades and models. Louisville, March 25, 1915 A v$ry handsome watch is now exhibition in this city. J Entered at (he poitoffiee t Stanford The watch, which is the property ; tcond clan mail Matter. of L. T. Cooper, the noted "Tanlac j Man," is valued at $3,500, maybe a POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Forty-seve- n flawless-cu- t The Interior Journal is authorized little more. diamonds are imbedded in its gold to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic case, not to mention its equipment of primary, August 7th, 1915. pigeon-bloo- d ruby jewels. This beauFor Circuit Judge time-piec- e is exquisitely embeltiful C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. lished with ornamentation of foreign CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. workmanship and contains the finest For Commonwealth's Attorney Swiss movements. It is really worth E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county. seeing. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. According J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. watch came to Mr. hisCooper, the possession into For Railroad Commissioner through the merits of Tanlac. It hapWM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. pened, so he says, about this way: J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. In one of the large cities visited by For Circuit Clerk Mr. Cooper some time ago, the young JESSE D. WEAREN. son of a wealthy iweler suffered MARSHALL C. NEWLAND from a complaint which had baffled physicians of the cit" and Eastern listOne of the Best Men in Politics Today specialists. The boy was anaemic, liveless and not at all playful and as Claude B. Terrell, speaker of the ly as the other little fellows of his last House of Representatives at own atge. The parens said that the Frankfort, and one of the cleanest child's appetite was irregular, at time and squarest men in Kentucky today, ravenous and that he was extremely has announced as a candidate for nervous and complained of a twitchState Treasurer on the democratic ing sensation most of the time. Itchticket. Terrell made a splendid pre- ing of the nose and dizziness were siding officer of the house in every other symptoms enumerated by the way. He was always on the side of jeweler. the people, one of his greatest ef"He asked me," said Mr. Cooper, forts during the legislative session '?? T Viriirrlit Tnnlon Mrmilrl Tioln Vl13 being when he left the chair and came child. In reply, I stated that he. could upon the floor of the house to advo- test the medicine on its own merits. cate the passage of a two-cerate The result was that he bought Tanlac passenger fare on railroads. He for his son. "Thinking nothing particularly of measures up fully in every way for the important office he asks and de- the incident. I was a little surprised serves. Terrell is a farmer, merchant a few months later to receive a letter and banksr, and has served the Trim- from the jeweler, stating that Tanlac ble and Oldham district in the Gen- had relieved his son, who was now eral Assembly three times. Terrell rosy and running about like the rest was a member of the Legislature of the boys and asking me if I would during the Goebel contest, and was accept a 'small token of his apprecione of the five men of that body who ation.' I answered his letter, telling kept its records intact during the days him that while I would appreciate his when W. S. Taylor prevented the gift, the fact that Tanlac had accomGeneral Assembly from meeting at plished the right results in his child's the capital. case was sufficiently gratifying to 1A TEAR 8TRICTJX IN ADVANCE ....Men's Furnishings.... We have to be reminded occasionally of the little as well as the big things to do or not to do arid so we have to remind you occasionally of the small articles of Men's Apparel which you must buy. : : : : 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 25 c, 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, 0c 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 J 1 1 nt four-in-han- ds McROBERTS & BAILEY, Stanford. ii Olive Oil me. Flesh Builder I IL OKACO ROBINSONS JT You Can Buy Cheaper At Girls of the Sue Bennett Memo- watch came. You can imagine my rial School at London will "cut out surprise. To me this gift is invaluable, dancing and dress modestly, as because it bears a double meaning." godliness." Good. Let the The famous medicine, Tanlcc, can blue-grafair sex emulate the now be bought in Stanford at Penny's 24-- 1 splendid example set them by the drug store. mountain lassies. Dancing may not be so bad, when not carried to too Sims Jones. great an extent, but this modern At his office in the court-hou- se way of dressing is something too ter- Thursday in his most impressive rible to. talk about without resorting manner Judge James P. Bailey bound to blasphemy. hand and heart, Virgil Jones and Miss Rosa Sims, both of the Souththe county. Judge L.. S. Roan, of Atlanta, is- - ern end of dead. It was he before whom Leo GLEE CLUB OF TRANSYLVAFrank was tried and convicted for NIA UNIVERSITY CONCERT, 20 Mary Pha-gathe murder of And there are those who think SUPERB VOICES... QUARTET, SOSPLITTING his taking away is punishment sent LOIST AND SIDE upon him for failure to grant Frank FARCE. AT STANFORD OPERA a new trial when he stated that he HOUSE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, was not certain as to his guilt. AT 8:00 P. M. RESERVED SEATS SALE AT SHUGAR'S DRUG The Casey County New?, Henry ON Thomas' good paper, has rounded out STORE, 50c GENERAL ADMISits eleventh year. Our wish is that SION, ADULTS 35c, CHILDREN 25-- 2 the creditable publication may some UNDER 14, 25c. day celebrate its hundredth anniversary and that its clever editor may COMMISSIONER'S SALE live to see it. E. G. Baugh, Admr. etc. Pltff. Notice of Sale vs. Man is never satisfied. It was Annie Wade etc. ?tefendants. five-cebe-comss Shortly afterwards, this beautiful One of the best known and most reliable tissue builders. OI i ve Oi I OQ GREATEST AID TO BEAUTY. is y)SmS3Smm is both a flesh builder and nerve tonic. Pleasant to take. Easy to digest. Penny's Drug Store. GREEN BRIAR We are havino snmp mn untar. weather. The snow is about eight in- cnes aeep. Mrs. Winifred Sfcilmnrp is nn tlin sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Edd. Leach, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Muncie visited Mr. and Mrs. George Gaines Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Muncie and lit- containing Hypophosphilcs Emulsion the glistening whiteness of well kept teeth The Rexall Antiseptic Tooth Powder will remove the tartar from your teeth and make them white and antiseptically clean. The use of this daintily perfumed powder will eliminate disease breeding germs. Strengthen the gums and make the mouth and breath sweet and clean. Your money back if not satisfactory. 25c a can Sold Only By Us n. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. THE REXALL STORE tle daughter, Edna, spent Sunday at Mr. Melvin and Dan Caldwell's. Mr. John M. Muncie and two sons, Frank and Lawrence, came over from Crab Orchard to purchase a load of buck wheat and are visiting at his father, A. spent Saturday and Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Melvin Caldwell at Way-nesbur- g. C. Muncie's. Misses Sosbia and Martela Muncie Wall Paper-Hous- e Pain! Lyons' Busy Cash Store. We sell strictly for cash, and as we do not carry accounts, are enabled to undersell our PURCHASE WE GIVE TICKETS, and will pay Four Per Cent, in trade when they are returned. If you want to SAVE MONEY, come to our store. Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings, Shoes, Hats, Clothing and Dress Goods at Bargain Prices. competitors. WITH EACH ed by the jitney busses was ridiculous, but here comes a complaint from St. Louis that one cent should suffice in case of short hauls. thought that tiie nt fare charg- from Rheumatism, do what so many thousand other people are doing whenever an attack comes on, bathe the sore muscle or joint witn Sloan's Liniment. No need to rub it in just apply the Liniment to the surface. It is wonderfully penetrating. It roes right to the seat of trouble and a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c. of any druggist and have it in the house against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but is does give almost instant relief. R. C. Tartar, who made Pulaski county an excellent judge, wants the republican nomination for Representative from Pulaski and McCreary. Are You Rheumatic? Try Sloan's If you want quick and real relief Lyons' Busy Cash Store. Next to Postoffice, Stanford, Ky. D. D. D. for 15 years The Standard Skin Remedy For A Legally GUARANTEED CURE Think of it.Mr.Farmer.berc's a remedy for hos cholera fAp linn SI that is sold undor a "Lesal Guarantee Bond." How vl can you afford to take chances against hog cholera f.hnlfil21 WIIUIOI when you can set this remedy on such terms? is the only remedy ever put up that is guaranteed to cure and prevent hoc cholera. It does the work better than any other known remedy. If it did not, it would not be sold on such a strong: guarantee. At All Drudtflsts. Write for free booklet telling how to save your hogs. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Lexington. Ky. Instant Relief All Skin Troubles The Guaranteed Remedy New Stanford Drug Co. r Misses .Retta and Sarah Sims spent Saturday night-witMrs. Levi MunPursuant to a judgement of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at its cie. Mr. Oby Francis, of King's MounNovember, 1914 term, the undersigntain was here Saturday night and ed Commissioner will on 8 Sunday. Monday, April 12, 1915 County Court day at about 1:30 o'clock P. M. in front of the court house door in the city of Stanford, Lincoln cqunty, Kentucky, offer foi sale at public outcry the following The People's Market Place Advertise What You Have to Sell described real estate situated in Lincoln county, Kentucky: A tract oi land situated on Moccasin creek, FRESH FISH and oysters at Wilcontaining fiftjr four acres more or lis.' 25-- 1 less, beginning at a stone gum pointer N 13 4 W 120 poles to a small Wedding Presents at Mueller's chestnut and white oak, thence S 76 Jewelry Store, Stanford. W 82 poles to a white oak on a ridge; thence S 20 2 W 57 poles to a BRICK. I have 200,000 good stone, hickory and chestnut pointers, building brick f r sale. J. R. Powell, Clark's corner, thence with his line 24-Stanford, Ky. S 70 E 139 poles to the beginning. TERMS Said sale will be to the FOR SALE Fifty bushels of pick highest and best bidder upon a credit of six months and the purchaser will ed silage corn for seed at $1.50 per be required to give bond for the pur- bushel. A. T. Traylor, R. F. D. No. 20tf chase price payable to the Commis- 4, Stanford, Ky. sioner, with approved surety the same due and payable six months from date IT cost no more; it pays better, to of sale, bearing six per cent from said insure with the old "CONTINENdate until paid, with lien retained up- TAL." D. A. Thomas, agent, office 25-4- F on the land to secure the payment of in State Bank. the same, said bond having the same force and effect as a judgment. E. D. SINGLE COMB Brown Leghorn PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C." eggs from healthy, farm range, winG. D. Florence, Attorney for Plaintiff ter layers. Fifteen for 60 cents, one hundred for $3.00 cash. Erie C. Far-r- a, Fate's Perversity. Lancaster, Ky. Box 272. 18-- 8 "One of my daughters has tonsili-tis,-" exclaimed Mr. Growcher, "and - at Mr. Bud Sims' and Sunday night at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Leach's, Miss Louvera Gooch spent Sunday Just what you want for Spring and at the Lowest Prices.' See our stock before you buy. SI Here's What You Want L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. a 1-- T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, 1-- 3t Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. Go To ! Farris' For Your Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy hbmmi Ckalitoriiia tSMRmR mgz, JB3!k Msit ODDortunitv Spring Goods. Surveying and Abstracting Titles the other sprained her wrist!" I am now ready to survey and ab "That's hard luck." out stract land titles for those wishing "Yes. Nothing seems to work the wav it ought to. The girl wno same. Write or phone E. D. PEN22-2sprained her wrist sings and the one NINGTON, Stanford. a sore throat plays the piano. with The Royal Jack. Excelsior, the Royal Jack, will make the season of 1915 at $8.00. His colts as weanlings sell from $65 to $125; at two years of age, for $200; lien retained on colt for service" fee. Season 4due when mare is p. Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. transferred. 24-- 8 James G. Carpenter, Jr. The time for Spring Goods is at hand and we are ready to show you a beautiful and comprehensive line of New Hitch and Feed Stable. I am opening up a new hitch and feed stable at Carter's old place on Depot street. Let me take good care of your horses and rigs when in town. 25-2- p John Meeks. DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office in Lincoin Qcunty National Bank Building Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-eturinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, o, Spring Footwear. We have many styles in Men's and Ladies' Oxfords for you to select from. Come in and loo k them over. Easter time is near. W. E. PERKINS ---- Ladies' and Children's Dress Goods Dresses for both old and young. And Ready-Mad- e These dresses are made in the latest style and are cheaper than, you can buy the goods and make them. Children's Dresses from 25c to $2.48. Ladies' Dresses from 69c to $9.98, Underskirts from 45c to $1.98. s Night Gowns from 45c to $1.89. Rugs, 27x54 inches, at from 85c to $2.48. Brussels Axminster, 9x12 feet, worth' $15', to $18, now $9.98. See our goods before you buy; t -- for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c -- Don't miss the wonderful surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully tested, glasses scientifically presented. 16-3- m IHI. " -- q;rK 'if Exposition San Diego San Francisco Panama California Exposition Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via Couthern Railway O FtaRiM-CuTMroftlwSort- li " For full information, see Ticket Agent; Southern Railway fcr write B. H. Todd, District Passen-- " ger Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville,., Ky. The BARGAIN SlFORE Salem & Salem, Stanford, it See the 1. J. for lowest price on horse and jack cards i 'i. WANTED for Lincoln county a --Crab Orchard Kentucky salesman with some knowledge of auTo earn from $4.00 tomobile supplies. a day up selling purchasing contracts. References required. Write Kentucky Auto Supplies Company, 508 S. C. M'CIary L. Beazley & Co 25-- lt Third Street, Louisville, Ky. " ' Please Notice! At the beginning of the year we Jw r placed a notice in the paper concerning the monthly hitches, but for fear some failed to notice it, we wish to say that each person having a monthly hitch will be allowed to hitch only UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER one horse at the time. And' when FurritlM-- t Matting, Ruff. Fwii same time., you have two horses' at the AND EM1ALMEI you will be charged fifteen cents UNDERTAKER tart ExftoMl f tr aN KM (16c) forjthe extra hitch. Please OffMt PMM I 7. HMM pmm jk Of . take notice as ;this means everyone. PHONE 42 tTHIFORD, KENTUCKY. STANPttlt. KY. & Carter V '.'. Carter 252 . J. J. ii IIEBflVjH -- f r T . s ' ' Jii : . -- .r Jt , A f i V The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, March 26, 1915. Runaway June, Monday Night,Mar. 29th. Beginning the Great Serial by George Randolph Chester. ,AIso Keystone Comedy 5 and 10c. BE SURE AND SEE THE FIRST INSTALLMENTEVERYBODY IS GOING. HIGHLAND REMEMBER ber of the Federal Reserve Bank and that it is fully authorized to exercise all the rights and provisions of that new law as well as under the old National Bank Act. It does a general banking business and One Dollar will start a savings account and smaller amounts will be received Shop Perfect (Incorporated) that the First National Bank is a mem- We serve a Splendid Noon - Day Lunch for Shoppers. When you are in Danville call. Cor Third and Main, DANVILLE, KY. lH 3rjS'jflr?'VA ' li Jis It " Born to the wife of Henry Young, a boy. Mr. O. G. Speake and family are visiting in Highland this week. The Ladies of the community presented Rev. G. W. Wright, pastor of the Methodist church, with two beautiful silk and wool quilts last Saturday night. The many friends of Miss Myrtle Lewis, were glad to see her out to church Sunday, after being confined to her home for some time on account of her burns. Mrs. C. M. Young, who has only been out of her room once in eleven weeks, continues quite ill, but is a Mysteries of Rheumatism Practically Solved Action in the Tissues of a Remarkable Antidote if ," K Many People In This Town never really enjoyed a meal until we advised them to take a A "M Y-- nl A- -l thereafter. Interest at the rate of 3 per cent will be paid on savings accounts compounded semi-annuallv. Dyspepsia before and after each meal. Sold only by us 25c a box. Penny's Drug Store. item t- $ 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. ter friends. 'ill. I Mrs. W. S. Fish is visiting LancasMr. A. T. Traylor is dansrerouslv W. D. Hanson, this side of More- j land, is improving after a sever tussle pa with the grip. p First National Bank, STANFORD, KY., r Mrs. W. M. Merriman at Moreland has been a victim of grip. Mr. S J. Embry, Sr., has been said Is up with a severe cold for several days. His Will Newell, near Milledgeville, has been a victim of grip for several days. Poncc de Leon, the daring explorer, Mrs. E. T. Pence has been ill for searched among the swamps of Florida 1.A Xw tlli. T?Vt 1.1,-- in rf W,ttll .....W. tllf several weeks, but is somewhat im- ...... lUUMiaill Ji ivi.t.., .. J iUl Indians said would restore power and a""v-l- Miss Margaret Shugars, of make people young. He did not find it. "of chronic intestinal, bowel imond, is the guest of her brother, W. and stomach sufferers have written to K bhugars and family Geo. H. Mayr, la4 Whiting St., Chicago, Mrs. G. B. Turley, of Richmond, in quest of health. They have found it has returned home after a visti to her His remedy, composed of healing vege daughter , Mrs. R. T. Bruce. table oils from France, has indeed given James Bryant, of Covington, has them back the health of youth "5C" "1C c"al " "lo tuuoin, yj. n. WW c..ff.- frm ;nj;ct;nn cKin!"f ; stomach, fainting spells, torpid liver, the Miss Fee Copendolpher, of Bloom- constipation and all the evils of a dis ordered stomach when there is perma- field, has been the guest of Mrs. J. nent relief here? Mayr's Wonderful K. Baughman at Hustonville. Luther Reynolds, of Moreland, is Remedy--is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive under- recovering from a severe attack of standing that your money will be re- pneumonia. .Mrs. Jesse Walter, who has been funded without question or quibble if OXE bottle fails to give you absolute ill for several weeks,, is (veil "enough now. to be out. satisfaction. Mrs. J. K. Helm and little son, ErKev. Li. C. Kelly, oi Uampbellsville, returned to this city Tuesday night to nest, are in Garrard couhty, at the attended the revival at the Baptist bedside of Mrs. Tom Ballard, who is critically ill. church. Mrs. Robert B. Spindle, Jr., of NorMrs. A. Stroud Gooch, of McKin-neApril 1 The Mother's Club will who has been ill with typhoid folk. Va., who is visiting her parents, meet in the club rooms at 2:30 fever for about four .weeks, is im- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts at Lano'clock;. caster, was the guest of Mrs. H.J. Mcproving nicely. Walter Singleton came home from Roberts Thursday. April 7 The Woman's Club will Hon. and Mrs B. B. King, of More-lanmeet on this date Instead of March Louisville Thursday to be the guest of have returned from Tampa, Fla. parents, Supt. and Mrs. Garland his 31st, on account of Glee Club where they spent tlie winter. Their Singleton for a few days. stay in the State of "Sunshine and Flowers" did them both good. Mrs. Sallie Johnson, of Louisville, spent several days here this week with Mrs. W. L. Cordier and other Ponce de Leon Failed; Prize Found 1 wl-llf-l- Rich-Thousan- ds o-.-ee M"at Miss Louisa Bishop, of Moreland, has been down with lumbago for several days. Mrs. D. B. Southard went up to Mt. Vernon this morning to visit relatives. Mrs. Kelly J. Francis, of Middles-borhas been the guest of her grandmother here. Miss Margaret Shugars, of Richmond, is the guest of her brother, W. K. Shugars, and Mrs. Shugars. Mrs. S. J. Tatem, of Crab Orchard, has returned from the city with a complete line of millinery. Ed Estes, of the East End, has been very ill of pneumonia for several days. Bowen Goode and family are moving to Lebanon Junction, much to the regret of their many friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Gaddis, near Moreland, are receiving congratulations of their friends upon the arrival of a young son in their home. Mrs. Vina Carson, of near Hustonville, has been the guest of Mrs. Eliza Coffey and attending the Baptist meeting. J. S. McKittrick, of Danville has sufficiently improved from his recent injuries that he was able to be upon the streets yesterday. Miss Tommie Francis, who has been the guest of Mrs. J. F. Cummins, returned to her home at Lancaster this morning. Mrs. Malinda Grissom, at the post-offiin Moreland, has been a sufferer from the grip, but is improving o, ce Copyright Hart SchaHner & Marx men YOUNGlike the new Varsity models we show in Hart, Schaffner and Marx spring suits; they're typical young men's styles; and you can be sure of best quality, best tailoring, best style and fit. See our line of blues, greys and tartan plaids in all newest shades little better at this writing. Serena and Lucile Youncr came home from Stanford to be with their mother over Sunday. Miss Evelyn Baugh is staying with Mr. Charlie. Rankin near Hubble. Charlie Cook has moved from the Baker farm on Greasy Ridge to a house on the Baughman place. Mr. Benke has moved to Ottenheim and Clarence Hatfield will live in the house he vacated. We see the merchants hauling in boxes of millinery, but if this weather continues, I think they may as well not open them for a while. Miss Grace Young has returned to the city where she is working in the millinery business. W. G. Acton, who has been visiting his uncle and other relatives near Richmond has returned home. Eddie Young has moved to his new house on Greasy Ridge. Mr. D. R. Adams had a working last Friday and there were 102 people there for dinner, so we suppose he got lots of clearing done. bister Cook and children are back home, much to the delight of her neighbors, after a month's stay at her son, Hardin Cook's near Wheel- don's Store. Mrs. Levi- - Rogers, who has been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rice Gooch, near Bee Lick for some time, is back with home folks again. Rev. 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S. world's cure for rheumatism. For private, personal advice on stubborn chronic rheumatism write at onco to the Swift Specific Co.. 203 Swift Building, Atlanta. Ga. Their medical department is famous on all blood diseases, and is equipped to make personal blood tests, approved by the highest medical authorities. Get a bottle of S. S. S. today. Then away goes rheumatism for all time. S-the Wish, Apple Growers I J Personal and Social y, PHILLIPS PHILLIPS and Home of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothes The sum of $90,0?0 will be spent! this year in advertising the .apples of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana throughout, the world. Announc-meof the huge fund for advertising Northwest apples was made by W. H. Paulhamus, chairman of the committee, at Northwest the meeting of the Tacoma Ad club. He said representative apple growers ble. Mr. John Young is improving slow- - of the four states would form an organization of their own, and that his ly. Mrs. Belle Horton has not been well suggestion of a fund of $90,000 for for some time. Her husband, Mr. advertising would entail a tax of on Frank Horton has been home from Danville for a week with her. Health Promotes Happiness Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Butt, of Crab Without health, genuine joy is Orchard, spent Sunday with his fathindip-nstinwithout er here. and regular bowel movement you can nut nave neaiiii. wny negiecc Keeping IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW bowels open and risk being sick and What a Heap of Happiness It Would ailing? You don't have to. Take one Bring to Stanford Homes. small Dr. King's New Life Pill at night, in the morning you will have a Hard to do housework with an ach- full, free bowel movement and feel ing back. much better. Helps your appetite and Brings you hours of misery at lei- digestion. Try one tonight. sure or at work. If women' only knew the cause nt by-produle: ly one cent a box on the apple output of the members. fiCOTTB caiB are usually thin and easily worried, sleep does not re fresh and the system gets weaker and weaker. Scott's Emulsion corrects nervousness by force of nourishment-- it the ntrve centres by distributing energy and power all over the body Don't resort to alcoholic nrixtares or drug concoctions. Get SCOTT'S EMULSION for your nervtM nothing mauals or compart with it. bat insist on the gtnain SCOTTS. 2 feeds EVERY DRUGGIST HAS IT. I'.'.M- that d, I. CL vTledd&oe oV w?ncn Those of Middle Age Especially. oppress you during change of life, when through the long hours of the day it seems as though your back would break, when your head aches constantly, you are nervous, depressed and suffer from those dreadful bearing down pains, don't forget that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the safest and surest remedy, and has carried hundreds of women safely through this critical period. Read- what these three women say: - When you have found no remedy for the horrors .that your medicine has done for me. I failed terribly during the last winter and summer and every one remarked about my appearance. I suffered from a female trouble and always had pains in my back, no appetite and at times was very weak. "I was visiting at a friend's house one day and she thought I needed Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I took it and have gained eight pounds, have a good appetite and am feeling better every day. Everybody is asking me what I am doing and I recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. You may publish this letter if you wish and I hope others who have the same complaint will see it and get health from your medicine as I did." Mrs. A. Hornung, 91 Stanton St, Buffalo, N. Y. Hacedon, N.Y. "I was all run down and very thin in flesh, nervous, no appetite, could not sleep and was weak and felt badly all the time. The doctors said I had poor blood and what I had was turning to water. I took different medicines which did not help me, but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made me well and strong, and I am recommending it to my friends." Mrs. Fred Chace, R. No. 2, Macedon, N.Y. From Mrs. Hornung, Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. "I am writing to let you know how much relatives. E. J. Tanner is in Cincinnati buying goods for his big store at He is accompanied by his wife and daughter, Miss Ruth Tanner. Mrs. T. F. Spink, of Colesburg, is the guest of her sisters, Mrs. Woodie Dale and Mrs. Rhoda Waters. She is accompanied by her pretty little daughter. J. S. Hocker has returned from a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Omar Foster, at Atlanta, Ga., While there he was ill for several days with a severe attack of the grip. The name of Mrs. Carroll Shanks was inadvertently omitted from the list of the members of the Current Event Club, who were entertained, at the St. Patrick's luncheon by Mrs. 0. E. Ttate. There were fourteen present, instead of thirteen, as the 1. J. stated last issue. Mrs. A. C. Hill was hostess to an elegant dinner last Saturday evening complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Campbell. Other guests present were Mrs. Annie Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., and Mrs. Bruning of Cincinnati. Mc-Kinne- y. the county. Remitting for his I. J. from Brandon, Fla., to which place he romoved some months ago, Granville Lutes says that the oranges in his section have been prettv well disposed of but the grape fruit w a slow sale at any price. He says he is enjoying peas, bean, lettuce and other vegetables and has a big supply of turnip greens, but that the latter would be much more palatable if T. W. Jones, of Stanford, R. M. Sharp, of PUBLIC SALE Casey, or some of his other good I will at my residence at McKin-ne- y friends in Kentucky would send him on a hog jowl or so. Mr. Lutes is very Wednesday, March 31, 1915 much pleased with his new home. offer for sale my household and furmare; buggy, niture; one harness, saddle, horse blanket, rugs and about 10 barrels of corn. T. H. six-year-- part of the day in the East End of 'Twould save much needless woe. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys, Many residents of this vicinity endorse them. "I suffered intensely from kidney complaint," says Mrs. A. Camden, of Preachersville, Ky. "When I stooped, I could hardly straighten. Dark spots often floated before my eyes and my head pained me until I was almost crazy. A neighbor told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and I got a box. I took them according to directions and they helped me from the first. I am now free from kidney complaint." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Camden had. Foster-Milbur- n 25-- 1 Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. weak kidneys, Backache pains often come from 5-Passe- nger Touring Car,Model 8 1 T -30-Horsepo- Motor. Wheelbase, 106 inches Electric starting and lighting Left-han- d drive Tires, 33x4 incehs Demountable rims (one extra rim) Finish, Brewster green, with body ivory striping. Full stream-lin- e SINGLLTON. 25-- 1 HARRIS CREEK Mr. and Mrs. George Camden, of Beech Grove, Ind., have returned heme after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rice. They came here to attend the burial of her brother, George This Car, fully equipped with extra casing, tube and chains, for $900. This the car sold at the factory for $850. Can deliver this car in four hours. Don't be deceived by buying a piece of a car at a time. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Agent, SefcThis Car Before You Buy. Lunsford. Born to the wife of Jasper Gaddis, a bouncing boy. Mr. Ollie Cox, of Mt. Freeman, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. Phillip Feistritzer has returned to his home in Louisville. Little Phillip Graham accompanied him. Rev. J. T. Chasteen will preach here the second Saturday and Sunday S. Rice. STANFORD, KY. OUR Spring line of Oxfords are now open for your inspection. All styles. We will show you something 25-- 1 new. Robinson's. Heard About Town of the Overland car, was here with Agent M. S. Baughman Tuesday. Silas Anderson, who has been at Louisville with the Ford Motor Company, came home Tuesday and bought out the Lincoln Garage from Estill Carter. Trustee of the Jury Fund W. W. Saunders, has received the money for the last jury in circuit court andjvill pay it out to them at the Pirst National Bank. Charles Renner, formerly of this city, has leased the Newtonian Hotel at Somerset. Mr. Renner. is a brother of Mrs. R. Zimmer, of LancasMr. Nevitt, representative Neuralgia There ia no need to suffer the annoying, excruciating pain of neuralgia; Sloan's Liniment laid on gently will soothe the aching head like magic. Don't delay. Try it at once. Made Me Well and Strong, tailed."'. Beltsville. Mb. "By the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I have successfully passed through a most trying time, the Change of Life. I suffered with a weakness, and had to stay in bed three days at a time. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound restored me ) perfect health, and I am praising it for the benefit of other women who suffer as I did," Mrs. W. S. Duvaix, Route No. L Beltsville, Md. For 30 years Iiydia E. Pimkkam's Vegetable CompeoBdhas been the standard remedy for female ills. No one sick with woman's ailments does justice to herself if she does not try this famous medicine made from roots and herbs, it has restored so many suffering women to health. WritetoLYDULE.FiKKHAXEBICnreCO. rCOKfTBEKHAL) LTXM MASS., for advice brttor will be ooened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. The Change of Life. ter. ' U. Williams, Avgutta, Ark. Mrs. Ruth C. Claypool, Independence, Mo., wiles: "A friend of ours told us about your Liniment. We have been using it for 13 years and think there is nothing like it. We use it on everything, sores, cuts, burns, bruises, sore throat, headaches and on everything else. We can't set along without it. We think it is the best Liniment made." Hear Waal Otbera Say "I have been a sufferer with Neuralgia for several years and havo tried different Liniments, but Sloan's Liniment is toe best Liniment for Neuralcda on earth. I have tried it successfully; it has never Mrs. Mounce from Milledgeville, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Mounce. and Mr. Raymond Faushauner Ashbacker Bros., are building a barn for Mr. Baughman at Junction City. Miss Fjmnie Gaddis ts spending a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. John Maxey at Junction City. Mr. Eugene Rice and Mr. Joe Driesler attended the show at Danville Saturday night. Dreisler contemplates Matthew, buildjng a new house. Mr. Jack Rice attended the burial of Gecfrge Lunsford at McCormack's church Sunday. Mr. Charlie Rothwell and Mr. Feis- nr rtinTiine' a lunch wacron (through Milledgeveille on Saturdays and Sundays to accommodate the ! loafers. fcrif-.r.iv- in April. Spring Millinery AT THE EMPORIUM, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Our buyers have returned from the city and Wednesday, March 17th, we will have our line ready for your inspection. Prices as usual, Lower than elsewhere. Come and be convinced. Our Spring Line now complete with all of the fabrics. Clearance Sale still on. See our Ladies' Suits at $5 and $7.50. Yours for Fair Exchange, ImIICs iVWA E NKHAM of the King's Mountain section, orders his paper sent to him at 323 Hickory street, Lexington. We hope the splendid old gentleman, has not left the county permanently. Col. S. T. Harria has received notice from Frankfort that he has been appointed1 by Gov. McCreary as a delegate from Kentucky to the Southern Commercial Congress, which will be held at Muskogee, April 26-3Commonwealth's Attorney E. "V. Puryear, accompanied by Walter Variarsdale, of Danville, spent' much of Thursday in Lincoln, campaigning He spent a large for" 0. Mr. C. L. Hensley, one of the good SLOANS LINIMENT 'is the best renedy'for rheumatism, backache, sore throat and sprains. At aM ifMlaM, 26c $ h tinny! for few TRIAL BOTTLE Sd nub 1. Wf " Dr. Earl S. SloW Inc. Dpt.B. ' raaMMipaH, ri. f p if mi 7BMC f CztJ by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion or the ear. There Is only one way to cure deafness, and tliat Is by constitutional .remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian When this .tube ,1s inflamed you have a Tube. rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and wfcea 'It is eutirely closed Deafness is the result, and nnless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube- - restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: Titne cases oat of ten are caused by 'Catarrh, which Is nothing btft as kiaaacd condition of the bwcohs surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case Of DcafB8 (caused, by catarrh) that cannot b cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for clrer tars, free.' c0fW CHBJJBT Mf "v go'd by Druggists, 75e." ' Take Hall's Fually FJBs for eeaetJpstfc. Deafness Cannot Be Curedv ,. CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky: ' -- If -- . Jf J Vz r &SH ; V r,l 3 - ( The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Take Friday, March 26, 1915. Us FLATWOODS Owing to the bad weather, the farmers are very far behind with their work in this section. Mr. G. M. Elder is able to be out again after a severe case of grip. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown attended the funeral of Miss Maudie Gooch at Liberty Sunday. Mrs. Leona Elder continues about the same. Mrs. Abos Brown is on the sick list. Mr. Maurice Brown is slowly improving. Mr. G. M. Elder and sister, Perme-li- a were in Crab Orchard Friday on business. Dr. H. H. Isaacs and Swanee Price were calling at G. M. Elder's Sunday. Rev. John Sourds, of Bandy, delivered a fine sermon at Providence Sunday afternoon. The Bible, reading at that place is progressing nicely. Miss Docia Reynolds who has been an invalid for several years, is worse at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. John Cummins, of Walnut Grove, pased through here en route Sunday to Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Smith are both in very poor health. Sundav. March 28th, will be Rev. J. G. Livingston's appointment at Mt. Zion. We hope to see a large crowd out. Mr. G. A. Brown happened to a very painful accident Sunday evening while carrying some wood, when he slipped and fell hurting himself. Rev. John Elder is slowly recovering. a CHOOSE YOUR CREAMERY AS YOU WOULD YOUR BANK. No shipper ever lost a dollar selling cream to the Company Tri-State Corn-Ma- i? Tonight It will " act as a laxative in the morning Penny's Drug Store.' "GETS-ITHake V' It's Sura Corns Vanish Like Magic! Tri-Sta- te Butter Meier & Huffman, of Danvflle, IsssssssskP"sSIssssbC.IsW. bought of Briscoe Crane, of Perry-vill- e, 20 head of d heifers at five and a half cents a pound. Jim Yowell, of Hustonville, is buying wool for a Tennessee firm. He has already engaged about 2,000 fleeces and it not through yet. W. T. Tucker shipped 30 nice steers to Green, Embry and Company at Cincinnati early this KsflflFKsflflflflflflT Bssflflflflflflv week. They were sold on the market there at seven cents a pound. Mrs. George Denton, of Parksville, suffered the loss of two Jersey cows last Saturday night. Some paris green had been left in an outbuilding, which Tri-Sta- te Doa't Wate Time "Holleriaz." "GETS4T." the cows ate. , World' Simplest Nerer Fail. The fine Frazer farm, on the Parwhy have gone wild over ker's Mill road, in Fayette county, "GETS-IT- " Capital Stock $75,000.00. like containing 249 acres, was sold for Some folks, nothing day, it ever known. putter around to this $50,000 by Mrs. Mary J. Frazer and with bandages, sticky tape, thick plasters, her children to Silas B. Mason, of corn "pulling" salves, gouge corns out the Mason & Hanger Company. with knives, snip them with rilssors, M. J. Farris, Jr., sold for Farris & make them bleed and then howl because Farris, of Danville, a car load of 25 they can't " get rid of sore corns. Use "GETS-Ido but head of horses to Tom apply 2 drops.There's nothing to "GETS-IT- " The work is done, Adams, of Winchester. These young does the rest. No pain, no fussing, no I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION NEXT COUNTY COURT DAY, horses were unbroken and averaged .changing shoes, no limping. It never $75 each. falls. Try it tonight for any corn, callus, Carroll Reid of Hustonville, left wart or bunion. Be sure that you get and nothing else. MONDAY, APRIL 19th, 1915 Monday for Louisville, where his "GETS-IT- " "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists horses are stationed. He will put them where, 26c a bottle, or sent direct everyby E. My entire livery outfit at Danville. One of the best stables in the country, in condition for the spring races. Mr. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. and a paying business, but I sell in order to devote my entire time to buy- Reid is regarded as one of the best Sold in Stanford and recommended ing mules. Will sell horses, buggies, runabouts, harness and everything. trainers of thoroughbreds in the as the world's best corn cure by country, and has had considerable Shugar's Drug Store. Your chance for a bargain. It will be an absolute sale, it matters not what success. the stuff sells for. At the Hearne Bros., sale in Woodford county one mule brought $287.-50- ; his place known as the May farm on one pony, $407; five calves, $23 the Lexington pike to Tilford Alexeach; eight heifers, $31 each; four ander, of this" county, at $100 per heifers, $32.50 each, three steers at acre. Harry Frye has sold to Chas; Lutes $30 each; ten heifers at $29.50 per " d r of head ; five heifers with calves by side for June 1st delivery, a butcher cattle at 7c. brought from $34 to $40; one sow silage-fe- d Notice! Poultry Raisers John J. Allen, of Hustonville, has and pigs at $36. T. W. Jones, of Stanford, bought just shipped, to the Cincinnati of George D. Boone, near Ottenheim, market 100 head of hogs which he 4-11-44 a bunch of 22 hogs of different bought mostly on Casey Creek, in weights at six and a quarter cents a Casey county, at about six and a pound. He and his partner, John quarter cents a pound. CURES R. C. Arnold, a local stock dealer, Cress, of the Preachersville section, have rounded up 100 head of stock bought this week 15 head of Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker,. hogs of Morgan H. Beazley, at shoats from various parties. Among osr. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry their purchases were 30 from James six and a half cents a pound; eight hogs of Jacob Gander, out Woods, 30 from M. Sharp, of Casey 44 for years and think it the best Mia Katie Bryant. Bardstown, Ky., says: "I have used Recipe poultry remedy made. cures gapes and limberneck without faU. county, 24 from Earl Baker, near on the Somerset pike, at six and a Will Coomes. Barditown, Ky., says: "One drop of Recipe 1 44 dropped down the bill of a gapi"" Crab Orchard, and 10 from Hez How- quarter cents a pound and seven chicken kills the worm and relieves the chick instantly. Itisthe best preventive I have ever used." hogs of J. H. Crawford, out ard, of the same section. I Mfg. and Guaranteed by i. RobL Crume, Bardstown, Ky. f Price 50c at all Druggists. on the Danville pike, at six and a half United States Senator J. N. CamSOLD BY den has given Guy Miller, Omar cents a pound. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. Worth, Rufus Edwards, Vance Quar-le- s BEE LICK and Louise Courcier, boys who reside in Livingston county, each a J. H. Cordial is doing a nice busi.fine bull instead of the trip offered ness. II t Til J TTT Mrs. W. M. Scott has bought a new ia iiunois ana Wisconsin ana to tne National Stock Show at Chicago. The range. trip was called off, owing to the A. L. Scott is confined to his room quarantine caused by the foot and on account of .a sprained foot. Mrs. Jacob Elder, of Brodhead, mouth disease. The boys won the trip in a competitive examination. They spent a few days last week with W. are required to keep the bulls two E. Taylor and Elbert Elder. years. Mr. S. O. Proctor and family spent G. A. Robinson, of Danville, has last Saturday night with his father, K. J. Owens. sold to E. V. Maltby, of Chicago, two H M. M. Taylor was at Crab Orchard chestnut registered saddle mares Golden Peavine, sired by Rex Peavine last week. dam by Montgomery Chief, who is The people through this part seem coming six years old, and Sunburst, to have hopes of the turnpike from sired by Bohemian King, dam by Somerset to Crab Orchard. They say Montgomery Chief, a red chestnut in that is the way for it to go and the correspondent seems to think they coloi', threa year'' old, five-gaitThese are fashionably bred animals, are right. well gaited, good individuals. Mr. Mr. Neece Spark is having his Maltby also purchased from J. A. dwelling house remodeled. Robinson a nice red chestnut Mr. Elbert Elder says that winter sired by Rex Peavine, dam is going to last loneer than his feed. by Harrison Chief. George D. Boone, of the Ottenheim LtFE INSURANCE COMPANIES section, has been buying mixed cattle and hogs in that part of the coun- They Are Closely Observing Public ty during the past week. He purchasHealth Conditions ed five mixed cattle from Oscar Bless at $30 a head; from G. Benke he got An examining physician for one of three at $20 a head; from Garland the prominent Life Insurance ComMiddleton one at $32; from Mrs. panies, in an interview on the subject Manning one for $38 and from John made the astonishing statement that Gatar one for $34. From Fred Jess-wei- n one reason why so niany applicants he bought eight nogs that aver- for insurance are rejected is because aged 130 pounds at six cents a pound; kidney trouble is so common to the from Fred Byars three workers that American people, and the largt maaveraged 225 pounds at the same fig- jority of those whose applications are ures and from G. Tscnanz five that declined do not even suspect that averaged 100 pounds, at six cents a they have the disease. When You Have a Policy Written by pound. According to this it would seem M. J. Farris, of Danville, has sold that a medicine for the kidneys, possessing real healing and curative BEST LAXATIVE FOR properties, would be a blessing to BOWELS "CASCARETS" thousands. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. 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The security of our SAFE and PERMANENT market, gives the shipper a feeling of relief and satisfaction not only once but EVshipper is always sure of his ERY time he ships. The money and sure that his check covers his real value of his cream. as we use the sour cream, It is so easy to ship cream to the simply sending a can once or twice a week, depending upon your facilities for keeping it cool. FREE CANS FOR 30 DAYS' TRIAL ARE SENT PREPAID UPON REQUEST. Every shipment is guaranteed against loss or damage in transit and paid for Spot Cash. Tri-State Farm and Stock News A bard cap of skin makes up every corn. When you put 2 drops of "GETS-IT- " on it, it shrivels up and comes right off and there's your corn gone by thunder I Simple as taking off your bat I That's When Anybody Finds a Cure He Is Generally Willing To Tell His Neighbor The willingness of one neighbor to tell another neighbor in a private way of the benefit received from Peruna, explains the popularity of Peruna more than all the advertising that has been done. ft The fear of the publicity undoubtedly prevents the majority of such people from writing a testimonial to be used in the newspaper. But in spite of that we are receiving fine testimonials continually. ft Tri-Sta- 900-pou- nd te fIntafflUI run-do- HCI Mrs. F. A. DeWltt. Marengo, Ohio, says: Butter Co., Cincinnati, 0. Cora-Cure- corn-millio- Sale Of Livery Outfit. condition o the system." Rhoda Stufflebeam. Bunch. Iowa: "A SMIMC C0L1S-M- ra spring cold I took settled on my lungs. Coughed. Could not sleep. We feared consumpUon. Thanks to Peruna, I am a well woman today." ABTMBBU Mrs. Sadie Allen. Joseph. Oregon: "My little boy is vHlfUItin entirely cured of catarrh of the ears by Peruna. Am thankful for your good advice." eiDIMC TflMII Mra- - Wm- - McRoberta. Brown VaUey, Minn.: "Taken In spring Peruna tones up the system. acts as a tonic, I consider Peruna a whole family medicine chest." penna to be the best tonic. I recommend It for any "I believe two-year-o- T ld Master Stephen Elder is very ill with catarrh. Little Joseph L. Jones has been visiting his grandfather, John Elder the past week. THICK, GLOSSY HAIR FREE FROM DANDRUFF Girls! Try it! Hair Gets Soft, Fluffy and Luxuriant at Once No More How did they hear of Peruna? ft Simply because one neighbor is always willing to tell another one he has found a cure. Neighborly conversation of grateful patients has done more for Peruna than advertising, Much more. ft The "Ills of Life," sent free. The Peruna Co., Columbus, Ohio. B. G. FOX, Danville, Ky. car-loa- Falling Hair ? 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We sincerely believe, regardless of everything else advertised, that if you desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and lots of it no dandruff no itching scalp and no more falling hair you must use Knowlton's Danderine. If eventually why not now? n WOOL. We are paying the Highest Market Price for Wool. We are representing Springfield Woolen Mills, formerly representey by J. D. Eads&Co. See PENCE & HILL, Stanford. Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. West End Folks Who want FRESH MEATS, GROCERIES, BREAD, GARDEN SEEDS, FRESH VEGETABLES and the LADIES who need SPRING HATS, will find all these at W. H. LAIR'S at prices lower than anywhere else. Call and see our stock before you buy and you will save mon- - Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. el three-year-ol- d, E. B. Campbell, Stanford. J. H. Baughman & Co. Stanford, Ky. W. H. LAIR, HUSTONVILLE, try Produce. : KY. Try our New Garden Tools. Try our Tongueless Disc Harrow. Try our Harrows with Tongue. Cash paid for all kinds of Coun- Try Our Double L$ver Drag Harrow. Our Sayers & Scoville Buggies are Better - than ever this year. Come in and see the improvements on them. Bromley & Bromley Insurance Agents It . 10-ce- nt W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. y. te ot Rex Coal SIR RAY, No. 11852 This great Imp. Percheron stallion will make the present season of 1915 at my farm, 3 miles from Stanford, Ky., on the Crab Orchard pike, at $15 to insure a living colt. If mare is sold or parted with after being bred the season is then due. The utmost care and attention will be given to the breeding of maresf but will not be responsible for accidents should , any occur. . Sir Ray is a beautiful chestnut hands high, horse, 7 years old, 16 weighing 1,650 pounas; great style and action. He is a great breeder Black Star Black Crescent All hot, free Burners No soot; few ashes (H1flH ot Call and See My New Stock of ot &kw f y ! LHx BUGGIES. The Best The Markets Afford. PUBLIC SALE I will still rBuy Gold The Sure Growing Kind y E. T. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. Produce Wanted ! continue to 'ouy your CHICKENS, Saturday, March 27, 1915 at ten o'clock A. M. at my place two and a hal miles from Stanford on the Gosehn pike, will sell one roan fillv three years old; one Jersey cow; one years oia; one jersey neiler; one brood sow; eight shoats, will weigh about 60 pounds each; one .buggy, one spring wagon; one mowing machine, good as new; one corn planter; one section harrow, one cider mill, good as new: one lard press j one sausage grinder: one churn; erne cooking stove; 75 gallons of pure apple vinegar; one organ and household and kitchen furniture. TERMS Made known on day of sale. MRS. J. L. JONES. St..farJ Ky. R. F. D. No. 4. 4 SEEPS Field dealer. It be can't supply you. write us direct. 2ihI and Maki LOUISVILLE SEED CO. LouisvMe. Kw. Buy them from your local seed INSURE Your Property in the a the Highest Market Prices, at The Garage i uct Cut Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. FWe203. ''RWU4I EGGS and HIDES Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SAUN & SMITH, Agents Stanford, Kentucky and sure foal getter. As an individual and a breeder, he is in a class by himself. He has made two seasons in this county, at Crab Orchard and all of his colts are high class. Sir Ray is by Honest Tom 40701, and TO THE PUBLIC. is bred right all through. B. W. GAINES, R. F. D. 1, Stanford I represent the largest and test clothing house in this country Ed"V. Price & Co., Chicago HI. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, ylves me the advantage over one who BARGAINS BARGAINS is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise To My Friends: you a square deal. You will get the You see in the papers of Clearance worth of your money, either in the Sales to sell to make room for new cheapest grades or the higher priced. goods. That means a small cut on My SPRING and SUMMER line of goods. But I mean to sell to PAY samples are 'how ready for your in- MY DEBTS. spection. Call and let me show, you. We will start sales H. C. RUPLEY, tke Practical Tai!o MARCH 1st and continue 30 days. We have n splendid stock of SHOES about HXRBY.JACOBS GenU, Boys and400 pair Ladies' and Girls; DRY GOODS . .Manufacturers and Dealers in and NOTIONS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, High - Class Monuments. Etc. HARDWARE, iTINWARE, Original Designs n4 Prompt Service These feeds will be sold UNDER Guaranteed .Quality Coneectieai COST. Groceries will be sold at at all Granite amd Marble. Quarries. COST during tke 30 days' sales. Office and Werlcs en ''Cemetery Hill. COME AND GET A BARGAIN. Closed mm Saturdays LAFE MORGAN. vT4ekee 114' made-to-order REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, PropM Successor to E. B. Denham STOP AND THINK KS Roots & Herbs J GOD'S aMMHHMBMcmft 'MMHM MEDICINES COX-CEI.A3t, . 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