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No. 26 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 30, 1 Tkii Paper Stope Witt"" is Hp Watca tie Date O. Seaew Yoar Saiicripe ei axe Preaytly. -- fjirf. :Os .ttfr; P0W 91 5. Tuesdays and Fridays SENATOR BECKHAM GIVES NICE PLACE TO LOCAL MAN Dr. W. N. Craig Appointed Deputy s. More Pheasants Arrive Here. KILLS FREIGHT CAR ROBBER NOBLE SERVICE IN THE A second consignment of English MASTER'S CAUSE ENDED Ringneck pheasants arrived for H. J. Detective J. E. Wallin, of Q. & C. Re. McRoberts from State Game Commisturns Fire When Shot At Rev. Joseph H. Hopper Dies at Per- - sioner Ward of Frankfort Saturday and have been placed out on good loQueen & Crescent Detective J. E. ryville After Bringing Over 3,000 cations in Lincoln county by that Wallin, formerly of Lincoln county, Souls to Christ by His Efforts gentleman. Much interest is being one of the best and most fearless ofmanifested by sportsmen and hunters ficers in the state, was compelled to A long: and useful career spent in in these birds, and it seems to have kill Walter Grimes, a young white the service ofthe Master ended when been generally agreed by everyone man, 22 years of age near High Rev. Joseph H. Hopper, known all ov- that the law protecting them will be Bridge late last week. Detective Waler Kentucky as "Uncle Joe," died at respected to the very letter so that lin is stationed at Danville, and the Perryville at a late hour Sunday af- they shall have full opportunity to Advocate of that city tells the' folternoon. Joining the Presbyterian breed for several seasons unmolest- lowing story of the affair: church when a child, he was ordained ed. Col. Stephen, general manager of During the past month thirty a deacon at 18 and for nearly a half the Cincinnati Zoological Gardens, freight cars have been broken into at century his work as a layman for his has written a story regarding the the siding beyond High Bridge where church and his fellow man was felt. ringnecked pheasant that will be of freight trains and passenger trains When 67 years old he was ordained interest to Kentuckians. He says: meet. In the past week three cars "The pheasants are good game have been robbed. Freight trains take as a preacher and since that time he has seen close to 3,000 souls brought birds and stand the climate well. the siding to wait for passenger trains to Christ under his clear and forceful They live from ten to twelve years to pass. While the trains wait at night presentation of gospel truths. "Uncle when not molestecP. They live a more they are robbed. Detective Wallin of Joe" was a born evangelist and for open country than the quail, and nest the Queen & Crescent Route was disthat reason he never held a pastorate. only in open fields, although- - they patched to the scene and laid in wait He preached in nearly every church will spend considerable time in the when a freight pulled into the siding of his native timberland. They hatch once every to let the Blue Grass Special pass. and many school-housState, but seldom left the confines of year; that is in the late spring. A hen Wallin was assisted by the crew on Kentucky to preach. He was one of will hatch a covey of from eighteen the freight train in keeping a lookthe very few men who were ordained to twenty birds. Their disposition is out. The train had hardly stopped a minister without going through the much like that of the quail. At the when two men broke into the car seminary. sign of danger they will rush into and began taking out goods. They Mr. Hopper was 85 years old and hiding. They are swift flyers and were let alone until they had unloaded a considerable quantity of freight was a half brother of Mrs. Mattie runners. Withers, of this city, and Mr. George "In the Western States they have when Detective Wallin moved to a D. Hopper, who died less than two taken the place of the prairie chicken point near the' men and demanded years ago. He was a son of Joseph and in Kentucky and Ohio they will that they throw up their hands and Hopper, who came to Kentucky from succeed the quail, which is becoming surrender. No sooner that Wallin pheas- had spoken the words the man neard the mother State in his youth and lo- very scarce. The cated at Lancaster, where Rev. Hop- ant lives on grain and several kinds est to him responded with a pistol per was born. For many years he had of seeds. They are fond also of bugs shot, the bullet grazing Wallin'-resided at Perryville, where he was and worms. The Zoo was the first to head. Wallin returned the fire and known and loved by all. His early import pheasants into hit the man squarely in the head. He work was in the Sunday School and Ohio. That was thirty-nin- e years ago, dropped to the ground and died in"his efforts in that line live after him. and since that time we have reared stantly. An investigation proved that He had a remarkably sweet voice and many hundred and liberated many of the dead man was Walter Grimes, this was most helpful to him in Sun- them especially within the last twenty who lived in the vicinity of the tragedy. Detective Wallin had a remarkday School as well as his evangelistic years." ably narrow escape. The man who work. He was a grand old man and not only his church, but his commun- FARM PRODUCTS SELL AS WELL was with Grimes escaped. Mr. Wallin came to Danville and telephoned to ity has sutained an irreparable loss in his passing away. The sweet messages Under Democratic Administration As the sheriff at Nicholasville and told k him of the circumstances of the killthat he brought to many They Did Under Republican ing and surrendered. He went toJtfich souls made gladness and sunshine olasville Friday, where the inquest where there was gloom and those who made the confession under his preach- of A bulletin in which the Department and examining trial was held. Mr. Agriculture computes the prices Wallin was entirely justified in kill-in- k ing are saddened by the thought that Grimes, judging by what residents is no more. May his reward be paid to farmers of Kentucky for their he commensurate with his good deeds products, comparing 1915 with 1914 of High Bi'idge say, as well as others and in some instances the five-yewho witnessed the tragedy. Robbery done here. been received here, has been heavy around High Bridge The funeral was held at Perryville product, has just beyound doubt that recently and it is thought that it wdl o clock and and which proves this moraine: at Dr. David M. notwithstanding the war, American now be broken up. was conducted by The examining trial of Mr. Wallin Sweets, editor of the Christian Ob- farmers are receiving just as good server, assisted by a number of Pres- prices under a democratic national will be held at Nicholasville next es ring-necke- ring-neck- ed sin-sic- J ar 10-3- 0 byterian ministers. Tbut r Republican strength for the presithat time. Julius and Arlington RobHIGH SCHOOL NEWS. dential nomination seems to have inson, who were charged with murder gone over to Elihu Root in the past Supt. Wilson is in receipt of a let- of the same warrant, were acquitted few weeks, with a strong undercur- ter from the President of Tulane Uni- in the examining trial. rent of the party still solidly behind versity of Louisana in which Justice Hughes of the Supreme is this statement: "I note that letter Local Prisoners Paroled. your Court. Amonfr the prisoners naroled by school is on the list of State ApprovR. W. Marcell, reputed to be a ed High Schools, and I judge that the state rPrison Commissioners last Louisville detective representing Gov. your graduates are prepared to enter week were: Hemy Evans, horse stealMcCreary in a probe of alleged the Freshman Class of our College of ing; George Johnson, forgery from "night-riding- " outrages in Hopkins Arts and Sciences. I have, therefoi-- Lincoln county; from Pulaski county. Music "The Father's Prayer" Nellie Allen county, was fined $75 at Madison-vill- e decided to offer one scholarship to Ollie Bates, malicious shooting and on a warrant charging breach of the member of this year's graduating wounding; Henry McKee, grand larMusic n Law to be Defined class who makes the highest, record in ceny; from Bell county, John Brim, "The Modern Alamo" Horace Riffe. the peace. Music Col. Eph. T. Lillard, of Frankfort, his studies. If you are interested in manslaughter; Will Hitson, forgery; Preparations have been made for "A Plea for the Children" Mary has filed suit for $50,000 damages these appointments I shall be pleased Charles Nelson, forgery; from Laurel consideration by the Supreme Court, county, William French, manslaugh- shortly Peavyhouse. against the publishers of the New to hear from you at once." And the after the Easter recess, of litvaranvine uwens ueaa. W Music York World on account'of an article H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial Col- ter; George Wingfield, mansulaghter. igation involving the constitutionality .tk3!woriSicf),cbEiiarv-U5iiHoffs.- J .:jttivrj.wuicp-iiuAu4iThevDestio.yof . America" William" publish 8 inhich-thcolo lege for Women, awards also each arid interpretatior of the Webb-Kehelad'that MfsT Granville Owens wiie 100'pounds, 1915, $6.30; five-yePet Dog Attack's "Child. limited number of scholarships .Nave. nels name was contused with that of year a graduates yon liquor law, enacted by Congress n merchant and average, $7.04; beef cattle, 100 of the to the of accredited schools Music daughter of Mat- in 1913. The "drys" contend that the The the Danville man who suicided. died there Thursday pounds, 1915, $5.90; five-yesplendid citizen, superior aver- "Can We Ever Win Against the SaTwo banks at Stroud, Okla., were who may have shown should be merit. thew Reed, near Shelby City, was night, aged 47. Besides the husband, age, $4.92; sheep, 100 pounds, 1915, made suddenly attacked by her pet dog last from ninterstate law has withdrawn For these applications loon?" Martha Tucker. robbed, by a band of bandits, two of to shipments " to feel the $3.90; five-yethree children are left the President of Newcomb College. week. It grabbed her in the face, one cating liquor consigned to of intoxiMusic average, $3.64; veal whom were captured. The other five local opwant of loving mother's care. De- calves, 100 lounds, 1915, $7.10; five-ye- Presentation of Medal mgn scnoois in tooth striking the eye, probably desonly zz are believed to have jrotten away in There arethat have the honor of betion territory, the shipments by the Cherry, a sister of ceased was a Miss aver-ig2- , troying the sight. It is thought that commerce clause of $6.30; lamiis, 1C0 Benediction. safety after snooting a farmer who Kntucky J. Thomas Cherry, the Crab Orchard pounds, 1915, $6.00; five-yeing on the Accredited List of the she will recover. The dog was killed, stitution. The "wets"the Federal Conaverdeclare the law resisted. merchant, and was a most excellent age $5.38; milch cows, head, 1915, Eleven Southern States, and Stanan examination NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. Affirming the Powell Circuit Court ford and Sturgis are the only small and not affected with proved that it was merely aimed at "bootlegging" christian woman. She was a devout $48.30; five-yea- r, average, $40.40; rabies. was and does not withdraw the commerce Rev. D. M. Walker preached at the Court of Appeals held that a rail- towns represented. Stanford High Baptist and Rev. Beagle, of Lancas- horses, 1915, $114; five year average, protection from interstate clause road is acting within its rights when School was placed on this list last ter, a minister of that denomination, $129; wool, pound, 1915, 0.22; 1914, Lebanon Junction Sunday evening. Why April 1 is AS Fool's Day. shipment designed for personal use. charges a higher rate when the fare year for the first time. Having this The Hebron prayer meeting will it oreached her funeral service in the 0.19. For at least three centuries the Express companies and railroad lines Baptist church at Brodhead Friday Report as of February 15: Maple be held with Mrs. Sallie Pennington is collected on the train than when a standing permits the graduates of first day of April has been set apart are as much concerned over the propticket is bought. afternoon, after whitn all that was sugar, pound 1915, 18.9 cents; maple this week. this school to enter any of the univerparticular kind of over of the Rev. R. V. Chapin, who has been mortal of the model wife and mother syrup, gallon, 1915, $1.50; beans Punishment Bill sities of the southern states without for theevery boy and girl tomfoolery er construction validity. law as dealThe is familiar the question of which Liquor was laid to rest in the little city of bushel, 1915, $3.10; 1914, $2.57; cab- pastor of the Parksville and Junction was passed by the Tennessee Senate. any examinations. with. Yet, old as this day is, just why ers throughout the country have gone the dead nearthe home where she had bage, 100 pounds, 1915, $2.00; 1914, City Presbyterian churches for sever- A message also was received from Kentucky teachers and Kentucky we have it or why we celebrate it on into the courts to compel carriers to to accept a Gov. Rye urging a second recess until schools have made rapid progress April 1 spent most of her useful life. $2.67; onions, bushel, 1915, $1.10; al years, has resigned the church at August by instead of some other days, is accept shipments for "personal use" the Legislature. within recent years, and much of this quite a good deal of a mystery. 1914, 0.54; popcorn, bushel, 1915, call to the pastorate of into dry territory. In Kentucky the Columbia. J. W. Griffin Dies in West.. John T. Boyle, secretary of the progress is due to the organized ef$1.28; 1914, $1.50. As with most of the folk festivals courts adopted the "wet" construcOn account of the concert given Civil Service Commission, will visit forts of the teachers through the J. W. Griffin, who was a citizen of Report as of February 15: Clover of our European ancestors, All Fool's tion, an express company foreGlee Garrard county for many years and seed, bushel, 1915, $9.80; 1914, by the Transylvania UniversityWork- Kentucky in April to investigate the Kentucky Educational Association. Day appears to have been a pagan seeingand alleged necessity of employan Club Wednesday evening, The moved from there a number of years $9.60; timothy seed, bushel, 1915, charge that storekeepers and gaugers The modern tendency in all lines of feast which was retained after the inspectors and deago to Oceola, Ark., died last Thurs- $3.45; 1914, $2.85; alfalfa seed, er's Conference and prayer meeting have been removed for political rea business and other activities is to coming of Christianity on account of ing a big force of out the purpose of tectives to ferret of the Christian church will be post- sons. day of complications of troubles. The bushel, 1915, $9.95; 1914, $9.30 ward organization and unity of pur- its great popularity. each shipment, appealed to the Suuntil Thursday evening at deceased was well known here and The trial of T. Q. Wallace and the pose. Educators throughout the counA schedule of prices paid by Ken- poned o'clock. Some students believe that the se preme Court. It is this case which will D. M. Walker. seven had many friends and relatives in tucky producers according to a report five other men indicted in Estill try are beginning to realize that the The Christian Woman's Board of county for the killing of Houston Un- same course must be followed in the lection of April 1 as All Fool's Day be argued after Easter. Somewhat Lincoln county. He leaves a wife, who as of February 15, shows: was only a matter of chance. Others similar cases involving West Virginia was Miss Jennie Underwood, a sister Timothy seed, bushel, 1915, $3.60 Missions will hold their week of pray- derwood, has been transferred to organization and operation of the think that it was due to New Year's and North Carolina liquor laws are of W. H. Underwood, of near Hubble, 1914, $3.00; alfalfa seed, bushel, er and self denial in the lecture Clark. school, if we are to make the schools Day having formerly been March 25. also before the court. and four children, Mrs. John Young 1915, $10.10; 1914, $9.20; bran, per room of the Christian church, beginPresident Wilson and William H. meet the modern need and solve the After the year had been officially and Mrs. Frank Curtis, of Oceola, ton, 1915, $28.60; 1914, $28.90; cot- ning Wednesday afternoon at three Taft united in the exercises dedicat- modern problem. Not only is this dated from January 1 the old Murder Will Out. o'clock and continuing each afterArk., Mrs. R. E. Bourland, of ton seed meal, per ton, 1915, $30.50; noon during the weeu. Offering will ing the American Red Cross Home, course necessary for the success of remained for a long time in social and ma- use. This accounts for the frequent and Jesse Fox Griffin, of 1914, $32.50. the recent term of the Circuit At which is to stand as a memorial to the school, but for the be taken Saturday afternoon. Every- - the women of the Civil War. Indianapolis, Ind. The interment octerial welfare of the teacher. There is employment of a double dated year Court of Wayne county Charles Pratt member urged to attend. years in curred at the Lancaster cemetery Libaries of the United States and little consideration shown the teacher February and most of was given two to twenty-on- e It Pays to Advertise. A call has gone forth from the Canda were given over $3,00.0,000 so long as he acts in an individual ca- in January, so frequently occurs in the penitentiary for the murder of Saturday. March which Jesse Roark. The crime was commitMr. J. Beech er Smith, of Somerset, headquarters of the Sunday-scholast year. The Carnegie Corporation pacity, each with a different idea and the form of February 27, 1722-2Association for 1,000,000 people to distributed almost one-ha- lf years ago and Pratt Jesse Hocker Dies In Texas. is recognized as one of the most proof the to- a different purpose. On the other April 1 is the octave of the New ted thirty-seve- n Sunday-schooof hand, let him organize; let him be Year's of March 25, therefore it was escaped. A few weeks ago he returnWill R. Hocker received a wire this gressive business men in this section be in the 25. Last year on Kentucky tal. the rally Food worth $20,000,000 has been able to say that 12,000 Kentucky celebrated as the windup of the holi- ed to the scene of his crime and gave morning from Dallas, Texas, stating of Kentucky. He has amassed a for- on April the attendance was doubhimself up. having start- day in May sent to Belgium by tee American Re- teachers are organized; that the en- day festivity. that his half brother, Jesse T. Hocker tune by his own efforts, from The body will be ed without capital. Besides numerous led, going Joplin,300,000 to 600,000. lief Commission and $19,000,000 tire body as a unit stands for a cerhad died there. Some French authorities assign George Card of Thanks. brought to Hustonville tomorrow or other enterprises, Mr. Smith now op- tary of A. State the General Secre- worth is on its way or ready to be tain principle, and there is no power the introduction of April Fool, their Association, is di- sent. the no influence, no organization that Poison d'Avril, to 1564, when Charles Thursday and interred in the ceme- erates a large department store at recting the campaign. We desire to extend our sincere The German converted cruiser Ei-t- will attempt to deny him a just right. IX. made the change of the year's be- thanks to our many friends and tery there. Mr. Hocker was a son of Somerset. He is said to be doing a An I. J. representative ran across Friedrich will be interned at NewThe Kentucky Educational Associ- ginning to January 1. Another neighbors for their kindness and help Dr. S. G. Hocker and left this coun- tremendous business. There are three Hon. Ben V. Smith, of Somerset, in ty some 18 years agj. He was engag- newspapers in Somerset. The first Lexington Monday and he told him port News within a few days by order ation is the organized leader in all French opinion refers it to the reign during the sickness and death of my the Washington ed in the mercantile business at thing Mr. Smith did after opening matters of Education In Kentucky to- of Louis XI 11., when a Prince of Lor dear husband and our father. Mrs. the of The military andGovernment. Trostle's naval authorities day. The teachers of the State under- raine escaped from his imprisonment J. H. Reynolds & Family. Turnersville for several years and his establishment was to contract that Dr. J. A. church inmeeting at had Presbyterian his city be later was a handler of horses. He was with each newspaper for an entire been a great success. "There were 22 are investigating a report that an stand this fact, and they are to de- in the Castle of Nancy by swimming in the railroad business in his adopted page each issue for a whole year. The conversions Sunday night and great aeroplane has been flying over the commended for their loyalty and Wilson Wilder. the Meurthe. duller the times the more Mr. Smith crowds attend each service. It is one Panama Canal defenses. votion to the organization. The time State. Larousce, by no means predisposed Marriage license was issued SaturF. J. Trost, for years a member of has come when no real progressive, to Christian mythology, finds in Pois-so- n day to W. D. Wilder and Miss Hattie advertises. If business becomes ex of the best meetings I have ever attremely dull, he takes two pages. He Wolf & Trost's Band, of Lexington, thoughtful teacher thinks of remainWilliam Spratt Dead. d'Avril a corruption of passion. Wilson. They will celebrate April tended and each sermon seems better ing away from the meeting, and in According to his view, the solemn Fool's day by having Rev. Joseph William Spratt, who lived in this has laid competition in the shade, so than the previous one. Dr. Trostle is is ueau. no The campaign to nake Chicago many counties of the State, it is dis- dignity of the passion was vulgarized county for many years, died at the to speak. The Advocate knows of ad- a great preacher." said Mr. Smith. together. "dry," which is to last a year, was m- - graceful not to be a member and ac- into a pleasant show of the hobble- Ballou bind their hearts son, Levi Elam, in Gar- stronger evidence of the value of home of his Twenty-fou- r Louisville Methodist augurated. tive supporter of its policies and dehoy type. Quitard holding this opinPence Powell. rard county, Friday and was buried vertising than this instance. Dan- churches inaugurated revivals SunA bill to prophibit fiee lunch in sa- plans. ville Advocate. cemetery Saturday ion of the source of the festival, dein the Goshen day and will continue daily services loons has nassed thel Rhode Island Jacob Powell and Miss Catherine Last year there were 23 Lincoln clines to accept the corruption of the Pence were joined heart and hand at His wife died some two years until Easter in an endeavor to gain at ago but three daughters survive. He Newby Appoints W. O. Walker Agent least 1,000 new members by Easter. Senate. Cyrus T. Fox is dead at Rich county teachers enrolled this caused word passion and labors to prove Richard Hocker's on the 28th. Mrs. Lincoln county to rank 36th. Mc- that poisson was adopted as the transwas well known in this county and campaign, mond. W. O. Walker has been appointed This is the elseCreary. the youngest county in the lation ofMchthys, the Greek rebus of there are many friends here and Petrey Sweeney. local representative of the Kentucky for which preparations have been goState, had 43 teachers enrolled. the early Christians, adopted as a where who are saddened by the news Rural Credit Association, by H. E. ing on four weeks. Presiding Elder A. S. S. Weaver and Miss Annie PetBig Coal Concerns Consolidate SundayRailroads and hotels give special prudent and pious formula in the rey of his taking away. The deceased Newby, and will look after the inter- P. Lyon told of record-breakin- g were married at John Petrels on rates to those attending this meeting. days of persecution. 70 years old. -school was about attendance and several ests of the association in Lincoln the 29th. The consolidation 6f coal land county. A large number who are in- accessions to church membership owning companies aiong tne upper Women Can't Vote in State Race Millinery Opening Thursday. Thomas I. Herring Dead. a few of which are thirty-fiv- e terested, should see Mr. Walker about Card of Thanks. Kentucky rivet in the. Eastern KenI will On Thursday, April I. Herring, who lived in any business connected with the as- at Lander Memorial Church, sixty at tucky field has been effected at AshWomen can not vote for State SuThomas We wish to express our gratitude the West Broadway church and land. According to firmer United perintendent of Public Instruction. have on display at my store at Crab and sincere thanks to our friends and 26-- 2 Garrard county until a few years ago, sociation. line of eighty at the Methodist Temple. Orchard a his home in Lexington of died at States Senator Johnso(h N (Jamden, Assistant Attorney General Charles spring and full and hats. The pub- relatives, shown us in our bereavesummer pneumonia and was buried at Lancasbeing formed along the H. Morris in an opinion given M. R. a mereer is ment. Also our kind friends at SomAfter Marriage. To The Housewife ter Sunday. He was a prosperous far- "My millionaire Glenn, superintendent of public print- lic is most cordially invited to call and Rev. your husband is like lines suggested by the lateinterests of ing said: "I am of the opinion that and see them. Mrs. S. J. Tatem. 25-- 2 erset, the undertaker Family1. C. H. Madam, if love for you is like a rose," mer of Garrard for many years and John C. C. Mavo. The Talbott. The Newell most men he expects you to look af- Mrs. Mayo and John E. Buckingham, women are not entitled to vote for He used to tell his girl. frequently visited this city. Mr. HerTo Drain The Everglades ter the health of yourself and chil- of Paintsville, form a large part of Superintendent of Public Instruction, ring was the father of Mrs. V. M. Such lovely sentiments he chose Over 2,000,000 at Exposition. n The State of Florida has. contractin Lindren. Coughs and colds are the most the consolidation. A new holding com- which is a constitutional office. It As put her in a whirl. Burgin, Rice, of The total attendance at the Panama-Pcase ed with a Baltimore firm for concoln, where she lived a number of But now she makes a frequent strike common of the minor ailments and pany was formed and capitalized at appears to be conceded in the Exposition during the are most likely to lead to serious dis- $3,000,000. And as he taps the till of Bartlett vs. Crooks, 155 Kentucky. struction of a canal from Lake Okee- acific years. He"sighs and thinks-hichild is much more likely to vote for chobee to the St. Lucie River as a five weeks ending Saturday night was eases. A love is like 305, that women could not part of the Everglades drainage announced to have been 2,358,242. contract diptheria or scarlet fever bill. A fifty-dollany constitutional officer." A good treatment for a cold settled For the Stomach and Liver scheme. The canal will be twenty-fou- r This was an average daily attendance when it has a cold. If you will inquire in the lungs is a HERRICK'S RED miles long and its is estimated of more than 64,000. A paJn :n the side or back that into the merits of the various remPOROUS PLAoTER appliI. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y., Recommends Chamberlain's Cough PEPPER f will cost about $1,600,000. Remedy ed to the chest to draw out inflamma- catches you when you straighten up edies that are recommended for writes "I have lised 'Chamberlain's HORE-HOUNFor hoarseness, inflammed lungs BALLARD'S calls for a rubbing application of coughs and colds, you will find that Tablets for disorders of the stomach "I take pleasure in recommending tion, and Take HERBINE ror Indigestion. It or irritating coughs, BALLARD'S on for the past five Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my SYRUP to relax tightness BALLARD'S LINIMENT. It relaxes Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands and liver 'off-anis a healing in a few You get the two remedies for the the contracted muscies and permits high in the estimation of people who years, and it affords me pleasure to jcultomers because I have confidence relieves the pain fermented., minutes HOREHOUND SYRUP ,quickly and matter work price of one by buying the dllar siae ordinary bodily motrpn without suf- use it. It is prompt and ' effectual, state "that I have found them to he in it. I find that they are pleased with and forces themisery into the bow- balm. It does its 25c, 50 c and $1.00 Price Hurohound ynip; thfro is a poious fering or inconvenience. Price 25c, pleasant .and safe to take, which are just as represented.' They- are mild in 't and call for it whea again in need which causes theexpelled. Price 50c. thoroughly. Sold by Shugars' Drug per bottle. ow bottle. Sold by qualities especially to be desired their action and the results have,boc" of Tsuch a medicine," writes J. W. els where it is 50c and plaster free with ach bottle. Sold by Shugars' $1.00 Store,..op Montevallo, Mo. For sale by Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, Stan- Store, Stanford, & Lyne Bros., Crab Drug Stanford. & when a medicine is intended for chil- satisfactory., I value them highly." Shugars Drug Stor, Stanford, & Orchard. ford, Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. dren For sale by all dealers. all vdealers. Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. For sale by all dealers. Lyne Bro., Crab Orchard. the following children survive: 3Irs. F. R. Montgomery, of Louisville; Mrs. W. W. Bruce, and Mrs. Fannie Tucker, of Perryville; J. Howerton Hopper, of Springfield; and Dr. W. O. Hopper and Harvey Hopper, of Perryville. The golden anniversary celebration of the marriage of Rev. and Mrs. Hopper some eight years ago is well and pleasantly remembered by the many who were fortunately to be present. Mesdames Withers and Kate Hopper, of this city attended the burial. ar Mrs. Hopper died seven years ago, ."' administration as they obtained un der a republican president. Following is the price summary: Rye, bushel, 1915, $109; five year average, 0.89; potatoes, bushel, 1915, 0.81; five year average, 0.88; butter, pound, 1915, 0.22; five year average, 0.21; eggs, dozen, 1915, 0.17; five- year average, 0.18; chickens, pound, average, 1915, 10.8 cents; five-ye10.7 cents Reported as of February 15: Timo thy hay, ton, 1915, $19.10; clover hay 1915, $17.40; alfalfa hay, 1915, $19 20; soy beans, bushel, 1915, $2.01; 1914, $2.46; apples, 1915, bushel, 0.95; 1914, $1.35; black walnuts, bushel, 1915, 0.53, hickory nuts, 1915, bushel, $1.02; peanuts, pound, 1915, 0.14: 1914. 0.17k ar Thursday morning. To the Democrats of Lincoln County ROCKCASTLE FOR GOOD ROADS Gooch Announces for Representative Announcement is made in today's I am a candidate fonmembership $100,000 Bond Issue Carries By A issue of the I. J. by W. G. Gooch, of Kentucky legislature, as in the next his candidacy for Representative in 5 to 1 Vote Saturday representative from Lincoln county, the Legislature from Lincoln county subject to the action ox the Demosubject to the democratic primary on cratic party at the primary to be held Rockcastle county Saturday gave August 7th. Mr. Gooch is one of the ;: 1915. August 7, emphatic affirmation of I was born and reared jin this coun- good roads, as it voted its belief in leading farmers of the county. He ty, and have spent my entire life ingly in favor of a bondoverwhelm-of has never asked for office before but issue here, with the exception! of the time $100,000 for road building purposes. has always been found working for democratic success, and has a host county. I have al- Just as scon as the bonds can I lived in Garrard be ways been a Democrat have never pared and sold, work will beginpre- of friends all over the county who on will take failed to support its nominees, and road construction, and it is believed announcesoff their coats for him. He the platform upon which have actively done whattl could, as a that within a short time Rockcastle he will make the race in another colin the ranks, to advance its county will have one of the best sysprivate interests upon all occasions. I have tems of highways to be found in the umn, the keynote of which is economy in conduct of the state's affairs. So never held political office. My whole entre State. far no other candidate has announced life has been spent in farming. The vote was Herbert ReyIf I consulted my own inclinations, bond issue, with 2,229 in favor of the for this office, though has been menonly 519 against it. nolds, of Waynesburg, I should not'seek this office. There is "The result means more work, if conscientiously admin- county has joined the that Rockcastle tioned as a possible candidate. It is understood that he not istered, ia this postion.jthan pay or ress," declared James ranks of prog- up his mind what has will yet made Maret. Mr. do about he many citizens have urged Maret is the original Boone Way honor. But me to make the race; have urged that booster, and is one of the happiest the matter however. as a farmer, a busines3 man and a men over the result of the county in Dogs Kill 14 if Emory's Sheep. taxpayer I owe this duty to my native the election for bonds for construcFourteen fine ewes belonging to S. county. So I have yielded to their tion of good roads, which resulted 5 J. Embry, Jr., were mained or killed wishes. to 1, favoring good roads. by dogs at his farm on the Lancaster I am elected, I pledge you now If pike Sunday night. Mr. Embry was that I shall try to the best of my abiliNicholas In Line Too. apprised of the depredations which ty so to represent you that when I a special election held Saturday the canines were making on his flock In return the honor to yojar keeping, af- Nicholas county voted for issuing and went after them. When he got to ter my term is at an 'end, it shall be $125,000 good roads bonds. The vote the back field where the sheep were unsullied and without stain. Yes, 1,438; no, 248. kept he saw two dogs lying by the I shall make it one of my chief was: body of a ewe which they had killed, aims, if chosen to this office, to see Celebrated Their Victory. but they scented his approach and to it that the State treasury is proNews comes from Mt. Vernon that made off before he could kill them. tected, so far as it shall be within my of only one of them, a power, from the raids that are made the good roads advocates of Rock- He got a viewcollie small yellow sort of dog. upon it for the purpose of creating castle gathered there Saturday night new offices and making appropria- and celebrated their victory in great Glee Club Here Next Wednesday tions for the benefit, of political shape. Anvils and "hoss pistols" Considerable interest is being manfavorites and time servers. Every dol- were fired until a late hour and a ifested in the appearance of the lar taken from the treasury is a dol- rousing time generally was had. Transylvania Glee Club here Wedneslar from the taxpayer. It is your day night at money; not the Legislature's. I beImprovement Work on Main Street the auspices the opent ohuse under of the Woman's Club. lieve what this State needs is more Chief of Police B. D. Carter had a There are 23 youthful performers in economy in its officers and less poliforce of tics. That shall be my4 guide to use scraping men at work last week the troupe, all students at TransylMain street of that , economy in looking after your of mud and dust which several inches vania University at Lexington. They has been ac- are said to be exceptionally talented interests that a citizen should use in cumulating all winter. Messrs. Wm. musically and otherwise and have looking after his own business. Bright and J. W. Baughman furnish- been greeted by large audiences I shall appreciate your support. ed teams and hauled the rubbish wherever they have appeared. Most W. G. GOOCH. away spreading it on their farms for of the young men will be entertained Stanford, Ky., March 29, 1915. fertilizer. A committee from the at private homes while they are in Woman's Club started work of solici- Stanford. General News Notes. tation among the business men SatClay County Murderer Caught. Appeals have been made to Rus- urday, for a fund to supplement what James Baker, who was wanted in sian commanders at Tiflis by British the City Council may appropriate for and American consuls at Tabriz, Per- the purpose of oiling the streets. Clay county on a charge of murder sia, to protect imperiled American They met with considerable encour- was lodged in the Manchester jail, missionaries and Christian natives in agement and hope to have the hearty Saturday. Baker was arrested in Lee of the people generally county and brought to Manchester by Ururrjian and vicinty from Turkish outrages. Assurances have come from in obtaining this much needed im- G. W. Hall. He is charged with killing the Turkish Goverment that steps will provement for the city this spring William Barrett about the last of be taken to protect the missionaries. and summer. January and has been at large since Internal Revenue Collector der New Narcotic Law. Un- Dr. W. N". Craig, of Stanford, Monday received notice of his appointment as a Deputy Internal Revenue Collector under the narcotic law recently enacted by Congress. This appointment is quite an honor for Dr. Craig as there are only two officials under the new law named for the state of Kentucky. Senator Ollie M. James named a man for the western half of the state, and Dr. Craig received his appointment from Senator J. C. W. Beckham. Only specially equipped men were eligible for these appointments, one of the requirements being that they must be experienced pharmacists. The duties of the office have to do with inspection of drug stores and enforcing regulations concerning the sale of morphine, cocaine and other narcotics. Dr. Craig will report for duty in Louisville April 1st. The position pays a salary of $1,600 a year with $800 a year for expenses. Dr. Craig is splendidly equipped in every way for the position he assumes. He was engaged in the drug business here for a number of years, is a practicing physician and has been a life long democrat. His many friends are warmly congratulating him upon his appointment by Sena- tor Beckham. 1 Silver Medal Contest at Hustonville. Much interest is being manifested in the W. C. T. U. Silver Medal contest which will be held at Hustonville, at the Christian church there Friday evening, April 2nd. The following program has been announced for the evening: Invocation e LATEST WAR NEWS. Upward of 150 lives were lost in the sinking by German submarines of the African liner Falaba and the British steamer Aguila. The Falaba was torpedoed in St. George's Chan- 1,e, "u tameu & crew ui ninety anu iiuuuu iuu passengers, anu ox mis total only 140 were rescued. The Aguila was sunk off the coast of Ireland Twenty-tby German submarine hree of the crew and three passengers were lost. The Dutch steamer Amstel was blown up off Flambo-roug- h Head by a mine, the crew escaping. Replying to a deputation from the Shipbuilders' Employing Federation, who asked that total prohibition be enforced while the war Chancellasts, David Lloyd-Georglor of the Exchequer, said that the cabinet would consider the question of prohibition carefully. The Russian Black Sea fleet is bombarding the forts of the Bospho-ru- s and the Baltic fleet has been by modern fighting units, according to Petrograd official reports. Mine sweepers are at work in the Dardanelles. The battles in the Carpathians ace proceeding with increased violence, the Russians being in, possession of western passes and advancing into Hungary. U-2- 8. e, Webb-Kenyo- ed-.Feb.- -l e I n- well-know- ar Webb-Kenyo- ar ar ar Anti-Capit- al New-Year- 's Law-rencebu- rg ol 3. ls el : af-tern- oo. "One-Win-On- e" al-rea- 1- -. up-to-d- ate well-know- s ar D d - - I , - V K( The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, March 30, 1915. The Interior Journal A Half Million Dollars A half a million dollars is a lot of money isn't it? But we have more than half a million as a protection to those who do business with us. Don't you know we are going to take care of that half a million? We will take just as good care of what you edposit with us. WALTON & SAUFLEY IN ADVANCE mt Editors and Managers. 91 A TEAK STRICTLY Enttred at tht pottoffiet itcond clatt mail matttr. Stanford m Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Court House Kentucky : : : Stanford $100,000 $100,100 Surplus Resources over $500,000 Capital POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Commissioner WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEAREN. MARSHALL C. NEWLAND W. G. GOOCH. local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one to in lpiifnrss. and that is by constitution al remedies. Deafue!.s Is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining or me cusiacman When this tnbe Is inflamed yon have a Tube. rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when It H entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tnbe restored to its normal condition, hearing 'will Ih destroyed forever: nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Otarrh Cure. Send for circa- vcav llaTS Deafness Cannot Be Curedw F. J. CHENEY Sold by Druggists, 75c. flOC " & CO., Toledo, O. Tate Hairs I'amily Tills for constipation. For Representative in Legislature Billy Sunday's campaign in Philadelphia has ended after eleven weeks of very strenuous preaching, with total of 43,000 conversions claimed by the evangelist's friends. It is estimated that it cost the people of that city in contributions, car fare, extra meals and hymnals about $300,000 or almost $7 per convert. That is cheap enough. It is far less than is paid ordinarily for the saving of souls. The question of whether the Sunday converts "stick" depends of course on whether or not their determination is to remain Christians after the emotional effect of the evangelist's exceedingly emotional preaching wears off. Philadelphai itself is not satisfied that this sort of campaigning is best in the long run, and in a number of other cities there is a difference of opinion as to whether it should be encouraged. Whatever may be the permanent results of the revival, it was in some respects the most remarkable ever held in this country, largely because of the unusual publicity given it. The total attendance at the tabernacle is said to have been 1,700,000, and the Philadelphia newspapers devoted columns every day, and some days as much as two pages to descriptions of the meetings and extracts from the sermons. If its results are not permanently good an enormous amount of labor and money will have been Indiana people are not, as a general thing, proud of Vice President Marshall. Many think that the country would be in an "'ell of a fix" should President Wilson die and leave him to pilot the ship of the State. The papers, or to be more exact, the majority of them, never let an opportunity pass to "knock on" their and present Vice President, and the fact that he is representing President Wilson at the Panama Exposition seems to stick them in a remarkably tender spot. Mr. Marshall seems to be regarded as an accident and a bad one at that. The old quotation "A prophet is not without honor save in his own country," is doubtless applicable in his case, for he has come to the front too rapidly in the past half a dozen years to be a mediocre statesman, but on the contrary must be a man among men and a good one at that. MEN'S HEADWEAR Most men are hard to please in hats almost as particular as women and for that reason we have our hat case full all the time and try to please the taste of every individual. Pretty Spring Coats. There are more occasions and more days in the year that call for a light wrap than any other article of apparel in your wardrobe. A Barbourville dispatch says that Caleb Powers will go on the lecture platform this summer. He has closed two-month- s' lecture a contract for a tour, but you can bet your bottom dollar that the tour does not include any Kentucky towns, where Caleb and his record are best known. It is generally admitted that the platform is the place for Powers, but there are some who are unkind enough to suggest that it is not the lecture There are six candidates for governor of Kentucky on the democratic side of the house. With the exception of two, each states his position on the liquor question, which is going to be the big question in Kentucky politics until the people have prohihad a vote on the state-wid- e bition proposition. McChesney says Newman says he is for state-widhe's for the people to have a vote on it; Bosworth and McDermott do not state their positions on it; Stanley and Cherry say that they are against it. No matter what anyone's views are on the feasibility of the matter, the question should be put to a vote of the people to accept or reject as Rhapsody by a Country Editor they see fit. If the people have a the tax How dear to our hearts is the steady right to vote on the roads, subscriber, and the suffrage questions, they cerWho pays in advance at the birth tainly have a right to vote on the of each year; liquor question, which is the biggest one confronting the nation today. Who lays down his money and does it quite gladly, And casts 'round the office a halo of cheer. The North Carolina Senate and House have agreed on a measure He never says: "Stop it; I cannot afford it: prohibiting the delivery to any citI'm getting more papers now than izen of more than a half gallon of I can read. whisky or ten gallons of beer in a single month, and the Mississippi Su- But always says "Send it; our people all like it preme Court has decided after much In fact, we all think it a help and consideration that "whisky is not a need." good for man." And thus the courts and the Legislatures go on and on How welcome his check when it reaches our sanctum. with their work of attempting to How it makes our pulse throb ; give booze a black eye. In the mean how it makes our heart dance. time the bootlegger is growing rich in his nefarious work. What the We outwardly thank him ; we inward ly bless him good people need is more Rowan The steady subscriber who pays Saufleys to go after the illegal seller. in advance. It isn't the law that is so badly wanted, but officers who will do their duty like Mr. Saufley does. e; The Broad Brim older man or farmer's hat from : : : a one dollar cotton to a $4.00 Stetson. The Tango Style, one of the most popular hats out in years tall crowns, narrow brims and contrast bands with large bows in black, blue, grey and brown, at $2, $2.50 and $3.50 in mens; boys at $1.00 and $1.50. Caps in blue serges, fancy colors, shepherd plaids with taped seams any sizes at 50c and $1.00. :::::::: :::::::: INDIAN REMEDIES McRoberts & Bailey Stanford, Kentucky j Dakota Jack's have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. p Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days Treatment, $1.00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars 25c DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR All ok sale at Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. OF PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS Here's What You Want The People's tise What Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell FOR SALE. 36 good ewes lambs. W. T. Tucker, Stanford. We have a wide range of styles and materials in prices from $4.50 to $19.50. Styles are approved by New York fashion authority. : : : : Come and let us show you. Hats off to James Maret and the rest of the good roads boosters of Rockcastle. The citizens voted 2,229 to 519 for the bond issue at the election held Saturday and that means a new era for our sister county. When Brers. Maret and Albright put their shoulders to the wheel you can count on something happening. If Laurel votes for bonds the Boone way is a certainty, and it is certain that she will do so. The election will be held on the 13th. A bill has been introduced in the Wisconsin Legislature to make it a felonv to tip a waiter or porter. Another effort to curtail the rights of the people, some of whom want to aid in their effort to make an honest living the poor Pullman porter and the fellow in the dining room, clad in dress suit and "biled" shirt, who would starve you to death if you did not flip him two bits or more every time he turns around. Sarah Bernhardt! the divine Sarah, will make another tour of America, notwithstanding the fact that she now years carries a cork leg and is d of old age. She has gotten so used to gulling the American people that she thinks she can keep it up it matters 79-od- NOTICE As the solvent partner of the firm of Leece and Colliei', merchants of Crab Orchard, Ky., said Leece having been adjudged bankrupt, I H. H. Collier, will on Saturday, April 10.1915 at 10 o'clock A. M., in Crab Orchard, Ky., at the store room of said Leece & Collier, sell to the highest and best bidder, the undivided one half interest of said Leece in said partnership, including his interest in the stock of merchandise of said firm then on hands. This stock of merchandise is in good condition and the purchaser will be given immediate control and possession of such interest. Terms 26-- 4 Cash. H.H. COLLIER. COMMISSIONER'S D. A. Wall Paper-Hous- e Paint and 6-- 1 Just what you want for Spring and at the Lowest Prices. See our stock before you buy. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. , i J. S. Turpin, at cemetery. FOR SALE. Two sows and pigs. 26-l- p Highland for your Easter COME to Mrs. C. M. Young's hats.26-l- t. at Wedding Presents at Jewelry Store, Stanford. Mueller's BRICK. I have 200,000 good building brick f r sale. J. R. Powell, oiaiuuru, xvy. -- oo SALE Plaintiff, vs. Notice of Sale. Defendants. A. G. Coker, ect. In obedience to a judgment rendered at the February term 1915, in above styled action, the undersigned Prewitt, etv FOR SALE. Three Jersey calves, one 4 months, one 2 months, and one 2 weeks old; all in good shape. G. Bauman, R. F. D. 3, Stanford. 26-2- p and flowers of various kinds for sale by Ed. Hub26-bard, Stanford, Ky. CABBAGE PLANTS 3. T.D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Severances Son is. not what either her physical condition or the financial status of the country That voter up in Indina who registered as a dog and was voted by a negro evidently didn't place much value upon the exalted privilege of franchise. But then it happened in Hoosierdom. A Berlin WOOL. We are paying the Highest Market Price for Wool. We are representing Springfield Woolen Mills, formerly representey by J. & Co. See D-Eads chemist has discovered that a palatable and nutritious bread can be made of wheat straw. Just think of it bread in straw, sermons in stones, books in books and good in everything. Great old world, ain't it? in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder. on a credit or six montns a tract oi about 40 acres of land, near King's Mountain in Lincoln county, Kentucky, bounded on the north by the land of John Hart and Reuben Gooch; on the east by the land of Butte Benson ; on the south by the land of Hub Jenkins; and on the west by the land of W. D. Gibson. The sale is to satisfy plaintiff's debt for $495 with six per cent." interest from February 10, 1910 and $11.55 with same interest from Jan. 25, 1915, jnd costs of said action. Bond with good security for purchase price will be required of the purchaser, payable t Commissioner, bearing six per cent, interest from date of sale, having force and effect of a judgment and secured by lien. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. 24-3- T. Commissioner will on Monday, April 12, 1915 FOR SALE Fifty bushels of picked silage corn for seed at $1.50 per bushel. A. T. Traylor, R. F. D. No. 20tf 4, Stanford, Ky. TT pftsf. no more: it navs better, to insure with the old "CONTINENTAL." D. A. Thomas, agent, office 25-4- F in State Bank. Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. SINGLE COMB Brown Leghorn eggs from healthy, farm range, winter layers. Fifteen for 60 cents, one hundred for $3.00 cash. Erie C. Far-r- a, Lancaster, Ky. Box 272. 18-- 8 Go To Farris' For Your Surveying and Abstracting Titles I am now ready to survey and abstract land titles for tnose wishing same. Write or phone E. D. PEN22-2NINGTON, Stanford. p. We Have Accepted the Agency for the 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 due when mare is Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. transferred. 24-- 8 James G. Carpenter, Jr. I PENCE & HILL, Stanford. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO SANITOX Line of Reliable Medicines .1 I am opening up a new hitch and feed stable at Carter's old place on Depot street. Let me take good care New Hitch and Feed Stable. Spring Footwear. W have many styles in Men's and Ladies' Oxfords for you to select from. Come in and look them over. Easter time is near. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard ---- of your horses and rigs when in town. 25-2- p John Meeks. DR. J. G. CARVknTER Office in Lincoin County National Bank Building. Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-et- o, miliary, rectal, pelvic diseases, surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully tested, glasses scientifically presented. 16-3- m FLORID And A-C- UB A-NE- W to ALL OTHER RESORTS of the south. STOP-OVE- ORLEANS '" : ALL GUARANTEED BY US TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. FAVORABLE R LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. WANTED for Lincoln county a salesman with some knowledge of automobile supplies. To earn from $4.00 a day up selling purchasing contracts. References required. Write Kentucky Auto Supplies Company, 508 S. 25-- lt Third Street, Louisville, Ky. --- Kentucky J. C. M'Qary J. L. Beazley & Co PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED For Particulars Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Address LYNE BROS. THE VINOL DRUG STORE CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY H. C. KING, Pass'r I ui Ticket Ajcit 101 East Main St.; Lexington; Ky. placed a notice in the paper concerning the monthly hitches, but for fear some .failed to notice it, we wish to sav that each nerson having a month ly hitch will be allowed to hitch only UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER one horse at the time. And when, FwiH you have two horses at the same time, UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI Fwnttwi Mattiiif, yon will be charged fifteen cents turf Excfcan;itf fir ad KJmfc (15c) for the extra hitch. .Please Offfet PhtM 117. Hmw PdMW X. Of StMk. take notice as this, weans everyone. " STANFOM. KY, PHONE 42 KENTUCKY. iTHIFORD, 25-- 2 Carter '4 "Carter' At the beginning of the year we Please Notice! Ri. -- vm - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. The Deposit Bank of Stanford, Ky., opeend for business, Sept. 6th, 1858. Its successors, Tuesday, March 30, 191 5. Shop Perfect. (Incorporated) "1 Don't Fee! Good" That is what a lot of people tell us. Usuallytheirbowelsonlyneea cleansing. will The National Bank of Stanford commenced 'business in 865, and its 1 suc- We serve a Splendid Noon - Day Lunch for Shoppers. When you are in Danville call. Cor Third and Main, DANVILLE, KY. "We do the trick and make you feel fine. know this positively. Take on tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Penny's Drug' Store. Heard About Town W. S. Embry went to Louisville this week to consult a specialist about his eyes which have been giving him considerable trouble lately. He was accompanied by Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, who has been treating them here. T. C. Rankin, a prominent farmer of Garrard county, was in Lexington last week to attend a meeting of the Rural Credits Association. Mr. Rankin was elected a member of the board of directors of the association Lexington Leader. Dr. E. J. Brown was called to Mul- lins Station, Rockcastle county, to at tend a case of tetanus. A Mr. Johnson had had the misfortune to stick a splinter in his jaw and the member became locked from the effects of it. He was doing nicely at last accounts. Easter Suits your new suit, for at this time we make our greatest efforts to show you the newest and prettiest things out. This year we have completely "laid ourselves out" on pretty fabrics. First, HSMffiWm t Easter time is the proper season for cessor, The First National Bank took over its business Oct. 4th, 882, and since its organization has paid in dividends to its stock holders, $232,500.00 the large sum of 28,500.00 Carried to its Surplus Fund 1 Making total of. $261,000.00 Miss Allie Yantis, of Lancaster, is the guest of Miss Lottie Carson. Mrs. Joan Ball, of Lancaster, spent several days with her daughter, Mrs. Bohon Campbell and family here. Mrs. Anna Bailey attended the burial of her uncle, J. W. Griffin at Lan caster Saturday. Mr. J. C. Florence's many friends will regret to learn that he bus been quite ill. E. P. Owsley, of Columbus, Ga., spent several days here this week with relatives. Frank Kelley, of i)ayton, 0., has been the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Victor Ballou. Mrs. Mattie Nevius is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Buck, at Gi, Me mention just lately introduced. Then we speak of the new conceptions in the popular Tartan plaids. All the new colorings represented. If you like stripes we have 'em. Also plenty of plain grays and blues pretty mixed overplaids, It has earned the confidence of the public and solicits your accounts Abraham Minks, proprietor of the famous Lincoln Mineral Springs at Moreland, was in Stanford this mornlbert's Creek. Mrs. J. K. Helm and sons, Ernest ing on business. Mr. Minks is having and Marcus Helm, are visiting Lan- the I. J. print a neat circular describing the merits of this health-givin- g caster friends. Will Hawkins, of Corbin, spent water, and is having a big demand for it from many sections. several days with Miss Anna Miss Maggie Cooley, who is in Lexington, spent several days. with her parents, Mi, and Mrs. Dan Oooley. Mr. E. D. Kennedy, assistant secre- alvays in good taste. Style that's what condemns or Y Miss Belle Cowan, who has made a most efficient and accommodating operator in the telephone exchange, has resigned her position and returntertainment. v Delicate Children ed to her home at Middleburg. She Miss Iva Raney is visiting friends tary tisually only need a food tonic to mako of the Board of Equalization, has been succeeded by Miss Ila New-lanand relatives in Lancaster. them strong and healthy was at home from Frankfort for a of Crab Orchard, well known Garrett Snyder, a prominent stock- day or so. here for .efficiency in her work and man, of Jellico, Tenn., was here with Mrs. H. R. Henry, who was Miss her patience with the sometimes im,kmSmmmiSmm W. T. Tucker last week. Nancy Ragland, well known here, was patient user of the telephone. Miss Lizzie Lancaster, over from Winchester, the guest of is not only the best food tonic but Is has been the Grimes, ofMrs. guest of J. W. Mrs. Carroll Shanks. pleasant to take. Sold only by us. Steinberg, ocuDrs. A.,M. and Turner and other relatives here. Mrs. Charles B. Coleman returned lists and opticians,J. have rented ofPenny's Drug Store. Mrs. J. C. Lynn spent Saturday to her home in Lebanon, Sunday af- fices in the State Bank and Trust and Sunday in Frankfort with Capt-Ly- ter a week's visit to her sister, Mrs. Company building and will examine Ben F. Jennings. and family. eyes and treat those needing glasses Mrs. Eliza Coffey has returned es, L. Wearen Hughes and Mrs. Hugh- here until Saturday, April 3d. They Memphis spend came up from a visit to relatives near Somer- Sunday with frommother andtobrother plan to visit Stanford periodically, his April 1. The Dixie Rook Club will set. and will advertise later the dates that here. meet with Miss Lucy Lee Walton at they will be found here. Read their George L. White, brother of W. C. Mrs. Robert G. Hail, of Kansas two o'clock. and John White, of Parksville, died City, Mo., is the guest of her mother, large advertisement in another colApril 5. The Mother's Club will suddenly at Pilot Grove, Mo. which contains news for those Mrs. Jennie Wearen and other rela- umn, bad eyesight. meet in the club rooms at 2:30 with Harry Jacobs and Wallace Walter tives here. o'clock. motored to Liberty yesterday on Mrs. Sallie Anderson, of Danville, April 7 The Woman's Club will business. John Chappell, of Rowland, was has been the guest of Mrs. J. S. meet on this date Instead of March Mr. George W. Carter is consider- Baughman and motner, Mrs. J. F. severely hurt last week, when he was 31st, on account of Glee Club en- - ably improved and hopes to be able Bruce. knocked off a car from which he was to come to town soon. Mr. J. H. Butt, who runs a store unloading lumber at the Rowland J. L. McKee Riffe and John Fields just beyond Highland, has been sick yards. His back was badly wrenched, went to Cincinnati Saturday and re- all the winter, but his friends will be it is said, and he has been confined to his home ever since the accident. A glad to know that he is improving. turned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baughman, of freight engine which was switching in Liver Lancaster, were the guests of her mo- near Shelby City spent Tuesday in the yards is said to have backed into ther, Mrs. Belle Perkins Sunday. Stanford, Mrs. Baughman coming the car upon which Mr. Chappell was Carlisle Myers, James Hall, Dunn over to attend the meeting of the working, causing him to be thrown Don't take medicine for your Stomach Sandidge and Orie Barnette, of Rook Club with Mrs. J. S. Baugh- off and injured. ailments morning noon and night, as ' man this afternoon. Sunday. were here rj iiMialh such medicines only gie Dr. Gilbert and wife, of near LanThe first installment of a sparkling reliel and simply digest the food GLEE CLUB OF TRANSYLVA- serial moving i picture, "Runaway caster, motored to this city Sunday in the Stomach. thai happen to be NIA UNIVERSITY CONCERT, 20 June" was shown at the opera house Don't permit a surgical operation. afternoon and spent a short time Mr. Frank C. Eaton, of Coxton, SUPERB VOICES... QUARTET, SO- Monday night to a crowded house. is always serious danger in opThere Manager Hays Foster seems to have erations and in many cases of Stomach, spent Friday and Saturday here with LOIST AND SIDE SPLITTING picked up a first class picture in this Liver and Intestinal Ailments the knife his sister, Miss Claudia Eaton. AT STANFORD OPERA serial, with plenty of action and in Mrs. Will Scott, of Danville, is the FARCE. can be avoided if the right remedy is guest of her sister, Mrs. E. L. Rein- - HOUSE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, terest and the next installment next taken in time Don't tro around with a foul smellinir hart and family. AT 8:00 P. M. RESERVED SEATS Monday night will undoubtedly be looked for with keen anticipation. daughters, ON SALE brea'th caused b a disordered Stomach. I - H. C. Wray, wife-an- d AT SHUGAR'S DRUG and Lher. to the discomfort of those Annette and Georgia, of Danville, A delightful feature of the pro(spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. STORE, 50c GENERAL ADMISjou come in contact with. SION, ADULTS 35c, CHILDREN tracted meeting at the Baptist church you are a Stomach sufferer, don't wooaie nuie. It which closed Sunday night, was the Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brodhead, spent UNDER 14, 25c. think you can not be helped; probably 25-- 2 music. The best singers in town comworse cases than jours have been per- Monday here, en route home from posed the choir and aided alternatemanently restored by Mayr's Wonder- Kirksville, where he preached A Preacher's Life. ly by Mesdames Alfred Eads and ful Remedy. A preacher has a hard time. If his Mrs. R. M. Newland at the organ and Mrs. Daisy Hunt and Misses Annie Most Stomach ailments are mainly caused by a catarrhal condition. Mayr's Middleton and Lula .Jones, of XJrab hair is gray, he is old. If he is a young the charming violin soloist, Mrs. Dav"Wonderful Remedy not only removes Orchard, werc here for a short time man, he hasn't had experience. If he id S. Bromley, the music was both and entrancing. Of all has ten children, he has too many. If the catarrhal mucus, but allays the Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Price, who have he has none, he should have, and is of her offerings the rendition of chronic inflammation and assists in rendering the entire alimentary and intes- been spending the winter at DeLand, not setting a good example. If his "Perfect Day" seemed to appeal tinal tract antiseptic, and this is the Fla., stopped by here last week with wife sings in the choir, she is pre- most to her hearers and had her auDr. and Mrs. A. S. Price on their way suming. If she don't, she isn't inter- dience been anywhere save within of its marvelous success. Don't suffer constant pain and agony home. ested in her husband's work. If a the wall of the sacred church the apnnd- - allow vour stomach ailments to Miss Mary Higgins returned home preacher reads from notes, he's a plause that followed the beautiful physically undermine your health. No ilast week from Richmond, Virginia, bore. If he speaks extemporaneously, number would have been prolonged matter how evcrc your cae may be or where she has been for several he isn't deep enough. If he stays at and deafening. Dr. Early, after lisbow long von have suffered one dose months, the guest of her brother, Dr. home in his stuHv.j Iir tinpsn't miv tening to " Perfect Day" Sunday .. tj of Mayr's Wonderful Remed' should Harry Higgins and family. with the people. If e ?s seen around night, compared the music to that convince you that you can be restored Miss Linda Owsley, of Lexington, on the streets, he ought to be at home he hoped to hear when he has crossto health" again. Mayr's Wonderful who has been spending the winter in getting up a good sermon. If he calls ed over the line into the land that Remedy has been taken and is highly Florida, is now the guest of her sis- on a very poor family, he is playing is fairer than day. recommended by Members of Congress, ter, Mrs. John S. Wells. Danville to the grandstand. If he calls at the Justice of the Supreme Court, Educa- Advocate. home of the rich, he is an aristocrat. PUBLIC SALE tors, Lawyers, Merchants, Bankers, DocLester O'Bannon, of State Univer- Whatever he does someone could have I will at my residence at McKin-ne- y tors, Druggists, Nurses, Manufacturers, sity, at Lexington, is here for a few him how to do it better. He has a beginning at 2 P. M. on Priests, Ministers, Farmers and people days the guest of his father, Dr. W. fine time living off donations which Wednesday, March 31, 1915 in all walks of life B. O'Bannon. Lester is on his return never come in, and promises that Send for FREE valuable booklet on from Chicago, where he has been for never mature. Next to being a coun- offer for sale my household and furmare; buggy, niture; one Stomach Ailments to Geo H. Mayr, several days. try editor, it is an awful life. r harness, saddle, horse blanket, rugs 154-1Whiting St. Chicago, 111. A handsome little son arrived at and about 10 barrels of corn. T. H. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy i sold by 6 :30 this morning at the home of Mr. 25-- 1 SINGLETON, M. D. leading druggists everywhere with the and Mrs. L. B. Hilton, on Logan ave- The railroads have been driven to positive understanding that your money nue. No name has yet been decided the last ditch and are no longer able will be refunded without question or on for him but it is likely that he will to compete with each other, J. J, Who Can Doubt Sworn Testiquibble if ONE bottle fails to give you mony of Honest Citizens? Hill told the Minnesota Legislature. be called L. B. Jr. absolute satisfaction. Some time ago I began the use of d, saves a suit of clothes. The lines we carry are those that help set the standard of style for the whole country. They are designed by fashion artists of exceptional ability. Hart, Schaffner & Marx Price you can pay any price you can j afford. Big assortment in all grades copyrieHHartscBaffoer&MMa and guaranteed values. In closing let us mention that we have the swellest Hats, the prettiest Shirts, Ties and Hosiery and any other "Fixins" necessary to complete your Easter Outfit; and then we ask no fancy prices. OUR BIG VARIED ASSORTMENTS ARE WORTH SEEING ?3eqgg...P'ivf?il Personal and Social nn Phillips & Phillips CLOTHIERS BEECH GROVE Mr. G. W. Spangler is much TAILORS SO TS tem-pora- FURNISHERS For Stomach and Sufferers im- Hus-tonvill- e, I proved at this writing. Mr. Frank Likens is threatened with pneumonia. Mr. D. J. Rigsby, wife and niece, Miss Hettie and prettjr little granddaughter, Anna Mae Robertson, of Ottenheim, spent Sunday with Mr. J. S. Davis and family. Miss Roxie Spangler visited Mrs. Helen Hunter Wednesday of last week. Miss Jennie Smith spent Saturday Cooling Wash Stops That Itch Tea not In half an hour" not in troubles. VTo can give you a. good size ten minutes but in 5 secpnds. trial bottle of the genuine D. D. I. Just a few drops of that mild, sooth- Prescription for only 25 cents. ing, cooling wash, the D. D. D. Don't fall to try this famous reinedy the famous cure for Kczema, and the itch is gone. Tour burning skin for any kind of summer skin trouble js insianuy relieved una you have ab- - we know A D. D. will give you instant solute protection from all summer skin relief, NEW STANFORD DRUG COMPANY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Pre-cciipti- -- j soul-stirri- ng j w -- -- -- night and Sunday with her friend, Miss Bertha Davis. Mrs. Jim Hoskins has been on the sick list. Mr. Logan Stephenson, of May-woo-d was in our vicinity Sunday. Misses Bertha Davis and Jennie Smith are visiting friends at Lancaster and Hyattsville this week. Mrs. James Shaw is very ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Edd Stigall has been on the sick list. Mr. P. L. Elam has moved in the house belonging to Edd Stigall on the Richmond Road, known as the Arch Adams property. Miss Anna Elam is very sick at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hoskins have re- - flmnvlif at Af!ej home in April. She Sidnie will return has been in Louisville with friends. Mrs. Sarah Wilson has returned to her property at Dripping Springs. She will begin building, painting and repairing at once. Pretty Miss Ella Hoskins was calling on her friend, Miss Cora Ledford last week. Mr. Frank and Berschel Spangler fkrckA rtawrc fTinf fViott ai-- e ! INSURE Your Property in the Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SAL1N & SMITH, running the farm of their father this year. Our community seems to be in a flourishing state at the present time. We have two grist mills. Mr. Brewer on the Richmond road and Mr. Bar-tel- s on the Lancaster pike. Agents Stanford, Kentucky I t--ld six-year-o- ld 56 ANNOUNCEMENT Drs. A. M. and I. STEINBERG REGISTERED EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS OF NASHVILLE, Will Be In TENN., Stanford, Ky., March 30th until Saturday, April 3rd With Dr. G. G. Perry, over the State Bank & Trust Co., where they will receive patients. PROPER so-call- ed tfS&$i 8&l GLASSES Errors of refraction of the eye are daily assuming more importance, and are engaging more than ever the attention of the Eyesight Specialist; even the public is becoming interested after discovering how much science is able to improve the visual power, and aid the defective eye to enjoy the beauties of nature in the same degree as the perfect ones. It is a fact, now generally known and conceded by all Opticians and educated Physicians, that cer"Eye Diseases" of years gone by, as well as many cases of chronic headache, neuralgia tain or to an irregularity of the and nervous prostration, are due to abnormal curvature of the eye-bal- l, refracting media. The more thoroughly one understands the eye and the nature of the refracting errors it is subject to, the more evident it .becomes how essential it is that they should be carefully studied and scientifically treated with the proper glasses. As we have devoted years to this study, and wc are graduates in Optics of two of the best Opthalmic Colleges in the country, and make a specialty of correcting all the various defects of sight, it will certainly he of Hch benefit to all those.who are suffering from one or more of the symptoms mentioned in this pamphlet, to accept the cordial invitation to visit us and have their eyes examined. your Swamp-Rowith the most remarkable results. For years I was almost a wreck and was a great sufferer. I was so bad at times I would faint away and had sinking spells. Finally a new doctor was called in and he said that I had kidney trouble and gave me medicine, of which I took several bottles. I obtained some relief from this but I was getting weaker all the time; I could not sleep so much pain that my and suffered husband and children had to lift me in and out of bed. After this time two friends sent me word to try Swamp-Roo- t, which I did. and I am glad to state that the first dose gave me great relief. After taking the third dose I was helped into bed and slept half of the night. I took several bottles of Swamp-Roand I feel that I owe my life to this wonderful remedy. The two family doctors said that I could not live three months. I would have to be helped in and out of the. bed ten to twenty times every night. After taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rofor two days I was entirely free from getting up and could sleep soundly. MRS. D. E. HILEMAN, Tunnelton, W. V. Personally appeared before me, this 11th of September, 1909, Mrs. D. E. Hileman, who subscribed the above statement and made oath thai th same is true in substance and in fact. JOSEPH FILLER Notary Public. ot ot ot v GU4AWTttO EASTER IS HERE -- OUR- EASTER CLOTHING is better than ever. We are showing all the new shades and models. Dr.vKilmer Sc Co., BinghamtoB, N. Y, t 'Letter to I Prove What Swamp-Roo- Special Attention Given to Examination of Children's Eyes ':: " OFFICE HOURS FROM 9:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. r ye. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. for a sample size bottle. It will convin'ce anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and, bladder. When writ-ins-:, be .sure and. mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Regular fifty size bottles for, cent and 20-- 2 sale t all drug .stores. one-dolla- r, For You t Will Do These are cut from pure wool cloth, tailored by the best of workmen and made to fit you. We believe to see these, mean you will buy one. Main St. wv- ROBINSON'S 4v- - Stanford 1 r - , "k JX i V'2 ' ,, mmr " , zZ'f' j The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, March 30, 1915. Gold Fish To Be Given Away Starting Friday We Will Give Free With a of Rexall Remedy 25c PurchaseFISH AND' ONE GLOBE TWO GOLD You will then be entitled to one guess on the number of pebbles in a container, which will be on exhibition, and the person II I guessing nearest the number will be Given Free, an imported Tyrolean Warbler and Gilded Cage. Only one pess allowed each person For Further Particulars Ask The REXALL Store Sale Of Livery Outfit. I PENNY'S DRUG STORE tire year from July, 1913 to July, 1914, the exports were 145,591,032 bushels. The exports in December, 1914, exceeded 37,000,000 bushels, in February 1915, 35,500,000 bushels and during no month since July 1914, has the outgo fallen below 25,000,000 bushels. 8,000,000 bushels a week. Twelve weeks of such traffic, beginning March 1, will more than wipe out the stock of wheat, as estimated .by the Department of Agriculture. Farm and Stock News .W. R. Willis & Son bought of T. W. Jones a lot of butcher stuff at 5 5 1-- Swish! Corns Gone! We Use GETS-IT!- " cents. Arnold bought Monday of Ed Bailey a half dozen shoats that MONDAY, APRIL 19th, 1915 averaged about 80 pounds at six and My entire livery outfit at Danville. One of the best stables in the country, a quarter cents a pound. George D. Boone, ctear .Ottenheim and a paying business, but I sell in order to devote my entire time to buying mules. Will sell horses, buggies, runabouts, harness and everything. bougt of George Perkins, near Buck Creek, Your chance for a bargain. It will be an absolute sale, it matters not what a head. four calves last week at $25 the stuff sells for. At H. L. Shouse' sale in Anderson county corn sold at $4.80 to $5.i5, cows $62 to $90, horses $150 to $249 and butcher cattle at six and a half cents a pound. John Bailey sold to R. W. Gwinn 95 acres of land on the west side of the Burgin and Shakertown pike at $122.50 an acre. Mr. Bailey recently sold 190 acres of land on the east side of the pike to M. A. Crawford at $127.57 and acre. E. B. Hatfield, who sold his farm near Waynesburg some two months ago, has bought of James Meredith his favm of 3 ycet, near Ottenheim, for $1,100, and will move to it next 2 WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION NEXT COUNTY COURT DAY, and R. C. first nine weeks this year were nearly The average exports during the Corns Vanish ! For everybody with corns, there is in every drug store in the land one of the real wonders of the world, and that's "GETS-IT- " for corns! It's the first and only corn-cur- e ever known that removea 2 Seconds, 2 Drops B. G. FOX, Danville, Ky. week. 5-Passenger Touring Car,Model 8 1 T -30-Horsepo- Motor. Wheclbase, 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 This Car, fully equipped with extra casing, tube and chains, for ,$900. This the car sold at the factory for $850. Can deliver this cairn four hours. Don't be deceived by buying a piece of a car at a time. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Agent, See This Car Before You Buy. STANFORD, KY. Why Ladies Favor the Carriage It is Horse-Draw- n absolutely impossible for a lady to look dignified, graceful or beautiful in a modern automobile, unless the car happens to be a closed one then the enclosure which protects the lady's dignity and beauty, at the same time hides those qualities from public admiration. Undoubtedly one of the reasons why the finer grades of horse-draw- n carriages are coming into use again in all the larger cities is because they give the women a chance to show their finery, their new hats and dresses; for as our lady friends have regretfully realized, the automobile affords them no such opportunities. The buggy is one of Dan Cupid's best assistants, and every country bred young man is well aware of the fact. SAYERS & SCOVILLLE BUGGIES AT W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. M. L. Myers sold for the firm of Shanks & Myers, to H.O. Hart, of Pulaski county, an unbroken fancy filly by Kentucky Gentleman for $175. She is a sorrel with flax mane and tail and registered under the name of "Annette Wray." At the sale of Mrs. J. L. Jones, near Hayden's Station last week, stock and farming implements sold well. Dan Traylor bought a mare for $53; Will Logan gave $28 for a cow; a heifer sold for $27; and a bunch of shoats sold at $3.50 a head. Large sales of young, unbroken horses to the United States War Department reported, ai- - adding to the activity of Kansas City stockmen, who are said to have supplied agents of belligerent countries since September 1 with 60,000 horses and mules, values at $12,000,000, and endeavoring to supply the French government with an additional 26,000 head, A Belgian contract for 20,000 animals is pending it is asserted. If the exportation of wheat and flour from the United States continues at the rate prevailing during the last eight months the surplus in this country will be wiped out before June 1. This fact is presented in figures made public by the Department of Agriculture at Washington early this week. Instead of carrying a surplus of 76,000,000 bushels into the new year beginning July 1, as was done last year, the United States will find itself without any surplus whatever more than a month before the new year begins. On March 1 this year the stock" of wheat in the United States was bushels less than last year. This shortage embraces an actual diminution of 14,000,000 bushels in supply, an additional 5,000,000 bushels needed for seeding and 2,000,000 bushels which it is calculated, is required to meet the demands of the normal increase in population. On March 1 mere was, in other words, a stock of 91,000.000 bushels to care for exportation during four months and surplus to be carried into the next yeai During the last eight months bushels of wheat and flour have been exported. During the en two-year-old 60-pound 21,-000,0- 00 I The seriousness of the situation may be partly mitigated, in the opinion of the department, by the fact that wheat acreage lias been greatly increased in the South, and that crop it is expected, will be harvested and placed on the market prior to Julyl. The department, nevertheless, permits itself the conservative statement that "it does not appear that exportation at the same rate as during January and February can continue during the entire period (until July) without encroaching upon normal domestic requirements." It was only a short time ago that the Secretary of Agriculture, moved to make a statement by predictions made in Congress, declared that the stock of wheat in the United States was quite ample to permit the continued exportation of wheat in large volume without endangering domestic supplies. four-year-ol- aktt 1 191Vtc?y1slabIe',14 mile from ?eu oso? Singleton place Orchard, on at ten ($10) dollars to insure a living colt. Description and Pedigree Don Varrick is a beautiful chestnut, 16 2 hands, with snip and white hind feet; weighs 1400 pounds and as compactly built as a pony, with plenty of bone and finish. He is a superb breeder as his colts will show for themselves. Prestolight, one of his colts went a mile last year at Lexington in 2:11 2 and another in Ohio in 2:10. No other horse ever stood at so low a price with two colts in the ten list. Don Varrick is by Onward Silver 2:05 1st dam by Wilkes Boy 2:24; 2nd dam by Bogg's Grey Eagle. Don Varrick has plenty of speed, having shown quarters in 34 2 seconds and went half mile at Danville on 2 mile track in 1:10. He has a splendid disposition which he imparts to his colts. All his colts are prompt drivers, full of vim. They need no whip. See him before breeding elsewhere. He will take your eye and you will make no mistake in breeding to him. A FINE MULE JACK. I will also stand the Bun Gaines jack at the same place at $10 a season. Will stand a fine registered Shorthorn Bull at $2 to insure. Money due in all cases when animal is bred elsewhere orj parted with. W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. 1-1-1-- 4; 1-1-- DON VARRICK wi" Spring Millinery E.Irenc7 Jf Siq . Corns AT THE "Some Foxy Trot. M'amtelle, What? Gone? Yes, I Used 'GETS-IT.'- " any and every corn or callus without fail. Without fussing with thick bandages, too harnesses, corn-- s elling salves, irritating ointments. It's applied in 2 seconds bine. bliiB 2 drops, the work is done, the corn shrivels up, your corn agony ends and the corn leaves forever I All the limping, the pains that dart to your heart's core, the crucifixion of having to wear shoes over screaming corns, the Fine Stalloin For Sale danger of blood poison from making them d, I will sell privately my fine bleed by using knives, razors and scissors deep sorrel stallion by All are gone at last ! "GETS-IT- " is the new Peavine, out of a Grey Eagle mare, way, the sure, simple, painless way. Try He is 15.3 hands hig, has fine bone it lor corns, calluses, warts and bunions. "GKTS-1T- " by druggists and style and is a splendid breeder. where, 25c a is sold or sent direct everyby B. bottle, 1 will sell this horse worth the money fc Co.. Chicago. and if you are looking for a money Lawrence Stanford and recommended Sold in maker, come and see him sure. ED as the world's best corn cure by 22-2- p BALLARD, Stanford. Shugar's Drug Store. EMPORIUM, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Our buyers have returned from the city arid 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, 245,-433,0- 00 ll!l''i n i'. vm M (U-U- r lii i.iii ' itii i tUnl'II.IHI r iitim. i i ,.i TT'TiiafflKiliillf are troubled with heartburn, gases and a distressed feeling after eating take a If You fteoSuL r before and Dyspepsia .iri" . l i J ' a t.i . I n rt S. i V v vji II . i i nlj'r.Hi ..'. miw arai" fv -- ..SeBBBBW rif i I i" i mi t "T r I Tablet obtain prompt relief. Sold only by us,25o Penny's Drug Store. after each meal and you will made-to-ord- s A Car of Lehigh at our warehouse. Just Arrived We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement If you are in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. TO THE PUBLIC. I represent the largest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who ing. is not a practical tailor. If you will Mr. A. W. Jones and family entergive me your order I will promise tained the former's nephew part of you a square deal. You will get the this week. worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples are now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, the Practical Tailov er making other improvements. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell spent Sun- cher an engagement ring. day with T. G. Bennett and family. Slim Pickens has gone through the Messrs. F. M. Eubanks and George winter without an overcoat, but he Perkins were recent visitors at Stan- has some awful deep pockets. j ford. Poke Easley began digging a cis-- , Mr. and Mrs. Leenan Singleton tern at his home on Musket Ridge visited the latter's parents, M. J. Mor- yesterday. He will dig as long as the gan and wife, part of last week. dirt is loose. E. T. Allen was a recent visitor at Wash Hocks presented the editor the home of T. J. Ellis. of the Tidings with a large turnip last Rev. Evans, the hsinister at Pleas- Saturday, The editor had both Wash ant Point and little daughter, spent and the turnip for dinner. Saturday night with A. W. Jones and The Calf Ribs M. E. church electfamily. ed stewards for the ensuing year at a Mrs. Elmer Morris and daughter, meeting Monday night. In the selecMargery, spent Friday with Mrs. II. tion of men there is a majority in faH. Singleton of Waynesburg. vor of the Democrats. Mr. George Horton has put up Columbus Allsop upon returning some fencing on his place. from preaching at Dog Hill last SunMr. Silvan White and wife are day complained of his feet having staying with Mr. Henderson Goff, un- hurt all during- - the sermon. He til Mr. Goff gets his tenant house thought at first it was his conscience. During the hard times, caused by built, when they will occupy it. Mrs. Alva Morgan, of Waynesburg, the war, together with the outgoing was a week end visitor with Mrs. M. Republican postmaster at Tickville, J. Morgan. the moonshine still at Musket Ridge, Mr. Minter Bell sold a nice young is compelled to run in the daytime. Yam Sims has gone to chewing wax horse to Mr. Miller, of King's Mounagain. It is strange how some of our tain. Miss Vesta Sims entertained sever- men have a tendency toward reckal of her friends at her home Satur- lessness. If he keeps on this downday. Games and music enlivened the ward course he will soon be wanting hours and all of the guests enjoyed women to vdte. the evening. Jefferson Potlocks, who has not Mr. Mont Padgett was a recent vis- touched a drop since the first of the itor at the home of M. J. Morgan. year, when he became a total abMesdames Ella Bennett and Mattie stainer, was in Tickville the other day Johnson and Masters Raymond and and passed a saloon three times beWilbur Johnson spent Thursday with fore going in. Mrs. Ashford Johnson, who is better The Excelsior Fiddling Band was at this writing. scheduled to play at a party near Mr. Henderson Goff traded a mule Bounding Billows Saturday night and for a gray mare. was present, but failed to render any Mr. Jenkins, of King's Mountain, music because they oould not think of purchased a good Jersey cow from anything to play. Mrs. Katie Morris. The house on Musket Ridge occuMr. Valentine Fagaly, who has pied by Isaac Hellwanger, was desbeen on the sick list, rs able to be out. troyed by fire late Wednesday night. M. J. Morgan and wife spent Wed- The house was more than covered by nesday with Mr. . and Mrs. ' Millard insurance. It is not known where or Padgett, assisting them in their mov how the fire started as nobody PARLOR GROVE Miss Maisie Braswell spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Vesta Sims. Mr. Webb and family have moved into the Townsend property, which they purchased. They are putting up new fencing, reroofing the house and Several candidates were in our section this week. They all claim to be nice men. Raz Barlow got a haircut one day this week and now complains that his derby is too small. The Tin Peddler was in our midst this week and sold Miss Flutie Bel- Hogwallow News. CH AS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. 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