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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): April 2, 1915 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1915 int1915040201_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): April 2, 1915 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . eat"4. , &? itfpriF!,fr. iafc-.?V&T&N&?Zt Jjfc't? V --- nlliulfe.fll'Sfri''jy :-. '4f ? J -. J4-- u ya - " , 3r,-jHPr7E "TsT '" .St? i 7??' sr, jjr . Tin.Ar T . 7- -. -- fe" V - -MHMK "V V-tr - rV . -- - " i 't4 k ' it ' "T MJ . T '. 1 s, "' ' " i .ks m .; "" ' '3 r; . J,- - - w;, 8 PAGES TODAY Established I860. 56th Year. "2tfaM No. 27 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, April 2, 1915 . ' - IX SECOND SECTION Tuesdays and Fridays Children Cry for Fletcher's SPEAKER CLAUDE B. TERRELL IS SEEKING NOMINATION BY DEMOCRATS FOR TREASURER Trimble County Man Submits Candidacy to Voters in Primary of August 7, Upon' Record of His Public Services in General Assembly. Ifflfl Jf i -- CI Tiist-as-go-od M L! The Kind Xou Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over. 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- j J?- ' sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive vou in this. SJ. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. V. . Oil, PareCastoria for goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms nd allays Feverishness. For more than tlurty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy ana natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute Castor is a harmless HAS TWICE PRESIDED ;0VER HOUSE i ( s 7 fos GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS C&&&&u i The Kind You Have Always Bough In Use For Over 30 Years THE GENTAaJR COMRANV MEW VO R K CITY You Can Buy Cheaper At 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 MONEYcome to our store. Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings, Shoes, Hats, Clothing and Dress Goods at Bargain-Pricescompetitors: WITH EACH CLAUDE B. TERRELL. BEDFORD, KY., March 25. The Honorable Claude B. Terrell' of Trimble County, today announced himself a candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Treasurer in the State primary of August 7, next. He will make an active campaign for the nomination. Mr. Terrell is one of the besti known of the younger Democrats, who have been active In politics and public life during the last few years, and enjoys an acquaintance that covers every section of Kentucky. He is a farmer, merchant and banker in his home town. He has served the Trimble and Oldham District in the General Assembly of Kentucky on three occasions, twice without opposition, and serving at two sessions as Speaker of the House of Representatives. Mr. Terrell first entered State politics in the memorable legislative session of 1900, when the Goebel contest was before that body. He was a member of the Hules Committee of the House, one of the most important positions at that time, and in the gubernatorial contest, following the assassination of Governor Goebel, he was a member of the Steering Committee of the Democratic organization in the lower House. He was one of the five men of that body who kept its records intact during the days when W. S. Taylor prevented the General Assembly from meeting at the Capitol, and preserved those records so that they were later upheld in the courts of Kentucky. Mr. Terrell came back to the legislative session of 1912, and because of his former experience was easily elected Speaker of the House. He was returned by his district to the session of 1914, Oldham County Democrats setting aside the custom .of rotation in order that he might be thus signally honored, and he was to the Speakership without opposition in the House. As presiding officer of the lower House he had much to do with the enactment of important legislation during the ses- tfiniiof 1912 and 1914. Mr. Terrell has for quite a number of years been a member of the Board of Trustees of the State University, i . Lyons' Busy Cash Store. Next to Postoffice, Stanford, Ky. . WhenYou Have a Policy Written by Bromley & Bromley Insurance Agents You Know That It Is Worth Face Value When Called For Payment. Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, Plate Glass, etc. "Not Here for a Day, But For All Time' Stanford, Kentucky. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NEW Lexington, and has taken an active part in the conduct of the University, and shown much Interest in all educational matters that came before theu Jegislativc sessions over which he presided. lie bases his candidacy for State Treasurer on his experience generally as a business man, and because of his knowledge of the State's financial affairs through his service in the General Assembly. He presents, his candidacy briefly in the following card: "To the Democrats of Kentucky: "I will be a candidate before you in the Democratic State primary on Saturday, August 7, next, for 'the nomination for State Treasurer. I feel that my experience in the past in a legislative capacity, as member and Speaker of the House of Repre sentatives, has brought me closely in touch with public affairs of Kentucky and the needs of the State. The Treasurer, besides the duties directly connected with his department is a member of the State Sinking Fund Commission, which has general charge of the financial affairs of the State, and a member of the State Board of Valuation and Assessment, which. fixes the franchise values of corporations for purposes of taxation. I ber lieve my public experience as a business man and legislator qualifies me for the duties which are to be performed on these two boards, as this experience has given me an intimate knowledge of public affairs and acquainted me somewhat with the needs of tlie State. If chosen for this office, it is' my purpose to give my entire time" and attention to it, to the end thatit be successfully conducted. I shatp always retain my interest in thefurthier development of the educational system of Kentucky, and my desire to see it become a perfect sys tem 'is one of the reasons why I should like to be a member of the i next State administration. "I respectfully solicit your support. 'CLAUDE B. TERRELL." it 1 of this city has requested the I. J., to republish it, substituting Stanford and Lincoln county for Danville and Boyle county where they appeared in the contribution: Beware. You citizens of Stanford and Lincoln county of the travelng man with the oily tongue and gracious manner, with his pretty samples and order blanks and catalogues. There is nothing he has that you cannot get from your next door neighbor and your personal friends, who help you pay the local taxes, who patronize you, who extend you credit and who send you a customer whenever the opportunity offers. Does the fellow help you in any way? Not a bit of it. Recently a seductive chap, with a great scheme of membership in an automobile supply company, got a list of auto owners and perhaps sold many of them the very same things they can see displayed in our own dealers' windows. In the end they will pay dear for their purchases. Are not our garage men competent? Are they not realiable? Do they not help to bear our city and county burdens? Then why not give them your support? If you are not satisfied with your purchase which is the quicker to correct an error? When a citizen dies there come in swarms of 'big photographs of monuments they claim to have erected (which they likely never did), the marble or monument men from all over the land. Are not our own men in that business as tasteful, as competent, as reliable as they? Do they not buy their granite and marble from the same peonle? Do thev not buy groceries, meats, clothing, have housework done, employ skilled and unskilled labor? Then why not give your own townsman a chance? He makes it possible for you to live and prosper. Then why not have the opportunity, even though he be a trifle higher, which in the enc? he is not. Today tins entire region is circularized by a concern with shoes, neckties, clothing, hats, gloves, hosiery, etc. Are not these very same things to be had in the store where a good citizen is trying to make a living and who helps you make yours? Tell the gentlemen of the tape line and the shoe measure that you are a charter member of good standing of the "Buy in Stanford Club," We heard a shirt man say say 'hat he had sixty of the "best citizens" of Stanford as his customers. Are they the "best citizens?" Decidedly not. Some are bankers and solicit the business of shirt merchants. What would they think if the local shirt man should say: "No, I deposit in Chicago, where you buy your shirts." What could the banker say? This little illustration is applicable to every line of business in town. We know a farmer who bought a $70.00 wagon from a Chicago mail order house just $2.00 less than his own personal friends in. whose stores he loafs, whose firms' fire warms his toes in winter and where ice water cools his inwards in summer. Does not tie Stanford butcher buy his pigs and lambs, the housewife her eggs, butter and poultry? The proper place for the mail order man's catalogue and the city merchant's circular :s in the fluted tin cans that the Civic League put on the sidewalks That is just what they are for, and be sure to leave the wrapper on them and be perefctly sure to tear them in two so that no one else be tempted. "Swat the drummer," figuratively, forcibly if you must, but let him go out of town hungry rather than that our citizens should become so. Make a bon-fir- e of the mail order catalogue and a cigarette lighter of the city man's circulai letter. You could not put it to a better use, and at the same time treat it so contemptuously. Stand by the man who helps you make a living. out-of-to- Help Your Home Merchants. The following was published in the Danville Advocate as a special contribution last week, but is so timely in Stanford that a well known citizen Wonderful Blood Remedy That Works in the Tissues Tht Vtry latist Tktiry Abiut Hiw aid Why BImi is Disordered. fhi S. S. S. Means Pure Blood Which Insures Long Life and Health. The great experts in Chemistry and And in regenerating the tissues S. S. S. Physiology now declare what has all rapid and positive antidotal effect along been contended by the Swift Lab- has a all those irritating influences that oratory that the germs of blood disorders upon rheumatism, cause sore throat, weak find lodgment in the interstices of the tis- eyes, loss of weight, thin pale cheeks, and sues. And. herein Is where S. S. S. goes to that weariness of muscle and nerve that is generally experienced, by all sufferers work rapidly, effectively and with won- with poisoned blood. derfully noticeable results. This famous blood purifier contains Get a bottle of S. S. S. at any drug; medicinal components Just as vital ana fetore, and in a few days you will not only bright, essential to healthy blood as the nutritive feel picture and energetic, but you will bo of new life. elements of wheat, roast beef, and fats the S. S. S. is prepared only in the laboraand the sugars that make up our daily tory of the Swift Specific Co.. 201 ration. As a matter of fact there Is one ingre- Bldg, Atlanta. Ga. Who maintain a Swiff very dient in S. S. S. which serves the active efficient Medical Department, where all purpose of stimulating each cellular part who have any blood disorder of a stubof the body to the healthy and judicious born nature may write freely for advice. selection of its own essential nutriment. S. S. S. is sold everywhere by all drug That is why it regenerates the blood sup- stores. . ply; why it has such a tremendous inBewaro of all attempts to sell you fluence in overcoming eczema, rash, pim- something "Just as good.' Insist upon. ples, and all skin afflictions. S. S- - s CHOOSE YOUR CREAMERY AS YOU WOULD YOUR BANK. No shipper ever lost a dollar selling- cream to the Butter Company is not an experiment, but is a RESPONSIBLE, SAFE The. and PERMANENT Creamery with 8,000 shippers in three states and a capital stock of $75,000.00, paying Spot Cash for every shipTri-State Tri-Sta- te The Keynote of our business policy has been to establish a reputation of absolute responsibility and integrity in every transaction. The security of our SAFE and PERMANENT market, gives the shipper a feeling qf relief and satisfaction not only once but EVshipper is always sure of his ERY time he ships. The check covers his real value of money and sure that his 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 fa.Vc?J5? . cilities 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 ment. Tri-Sta- te Tri-Sta- te Tri-State,But- ter Co., Cincinnati, O. Capital Stock $75,000.00. V? Roots & Herbs ekKi MIHMMMMH eSemMeeeMMeeMWMM GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Becipes of Charlie White-Moo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. man Skin Only. . Ask your druggist, or write COBT-CEX-SAH, CHARLIE WHITE-MOOTie Cowloj HefDiKst ORIGINATOR REMEDIES OT IKMJUI CHEYENNE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N 4. SCIENCE SOFE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky ? COMMISSIONER'S 9 SALE E. G. Baugh, Admr. etc. Pltff. vs. Notice of Sale Annie Wade etc. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgement of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at its November, 1914 term, the undersign"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 county, Kentucky, 'offer foi sale at public outcry' the following described real estate situated in Lincoln county, Kentucky: A tract oi land situated on Moccasin creek, containing fifty four acres more or less, beginning at a stone gum pointer W 120 poles to a small N 13 4 chestnut and white oak, thence S 76 W 82 poles to a white oak on a ridge; W 57 poles to, a thence S 20 1stone, hickory and chestnut pointers, Clark's corner, thence with his line S 70 E 139 poles to the beginning. TERMS :Said sale will be to the highest and best bidder upon a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for the purchase price payable to the Commissioner, with approved surety the same due and payable six months from date of sale, bearing six per cent from said date until paid, with lien retained upon- thevhand to secure the payment of the, same, said bond having the same force ah'd .effect as a judgment. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. U. GRD. Florence, Attorney for Plaintiff 1-- ff ed Commissioner will on wn Mas Kilie B&anU poultry lanedyroade. Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- 1 -44 CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry cechb.Tov Bankroll. Kr.. 1 1 44 for yean and tklnk it the bat "I hve ued ItcurcsgapcsandlimbetneckwithoulfaiL dropped down the billot a gapi' Will Coomei, Birditown. Ky., layj: "One drop oi Recipe 1 chicken lulls the worm and reKsTet the chick instantly. I ti s the be t preventive 1 have ever used." j Mfg. aid Gnaraateei by J. RsbL Cranve, Barfctewn, Ky. Price SOc at ail Draggists. 4--4-- r: Rij SOLO BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. -2 Call and Sse My New Stock of Parents Teach your boys that sixty minutes make only one hour, that sixteen full ounces make one pound, and that-te- n dimes, of ten cents vuch, make on.e dollar. Teach them to live so that they can lie down at night with a clear conscience, and without a gun under their pillow and sleep unhaunt-e- d by the face of those who they have. wronged or caused jpain. leach them. M k ORLEANS AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. V EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED 1 j- - i rdymm yr Call U. C. JtUFLEY; tk. PrUJ TilW. oyleB we mw fee av' Make Good Work Possible. You .cannot do good work while ' H. C. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Ageit BARGAINSBARGAINS your bowels are sluggish or your liv-- T'My Friends: t 101 East Main' St., Lexington, Ky. er torpid. Wm. O. E. Bieke, JVIgr., v You see 'in' the papers of Clearance v Hancock. Mich., says "I Sale to sell to make room f err 'new Scott Hotel gave Foley Cathartic Tablets, a thor- goods. That Hieans a small cat en ough trial, and find them a mild but feeds. .But I mean te sell te PAY TO THE PUBLIC. . STRAWBERRY PLANTS'" pocket-boo"fancy homes or, modern- safe cathartic." (Foley Cathartic Tab MY DEBTS. We will start sales ism, that true worth does not consist lets never erine or cause nausea; FRUITS AND SHADE. TREES, I represent the largest and best j1 that drowsy, dull. MARC&.lst and continue 30 days. ? in diamond stick frins, vulgar exprw-)T.hJ- 2 made-to-ordclothing house in this and eur first offering of the remark-- "k1C1 W SfeV HAMA1M " A AKI nWCh .""," " AlUilO, lAItUV vUaiilJU Ul A AMUWJVUC l" 1 lJ.1- We have m." splendid stock of AX Iff j """""ri country Ed V. Price Co., Chicago able Mammouth Pearl Petate. of high life. Teach him, that a- rWdyT,WMjHuvwuru' inoc. .5ai,r 5HQES about 400, pair Ladies' and Send for Catalog. No Agents. J1 bold iw. Gents. Bys and Girls; DRY GOODS Ior stout 111. My experience in measuring and H. F. HILLENMEYER AND SONS. book is worth more than a box of I erywnre,r . matches' and a package of ciearettes, directing the making of your clothes, r1:NOTIONS, UNDERWEAR, HOLexigtea, Kentucky.' y and a bottle of chloroform well ap-. . , .' SIERY, HARDWARE, TINWARE, gives me the advantage over one who 1841 . r . lftigi .. plied to the nose is better than' to,l"wfcy AppjgfWv1WmVkmr. Assent Etc. 7 j j. , r is not a practical tailor. If you will grow upto disgrace the' .family,, state J W. C Wtijtfr fcwm 'appointed ThWeod. iwiUW seld UNDER POSTED give me your order I will promise i J..ni t and .nation and fill the three graves local raoratfSHi&jr lit.. soW at w . r yoa a square deal. You will get the Mrs. Frank CordtorV'Wm Cordkir. inremaiureiy., m xeacn mnuto b blind , Rural CrecJBH. !" " ammmmn, by H. S. sale. your money, either in the JL C. BaiigkraanGottKeb'B,. J. fw ww worth of vir- - ; Mewpy, an(f m tot after the inter. COMVAHD GET A BARGAIN. tnrs, oheapeetjrade or the higher priced, j S. Hooker, S. T. Harris, Jwk4 Gan- xne .anq rwnemner , &ee.:w?r t WferiMlta tiutt ' where mts of in 'Lintcto "'-my dCKinir ana sujuukb nne,of ' LAFF. UOir.iN neither exist rare) r anviiiintr ! ' Mmh, - f t.--r ; who .w .r For Particulars Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Address the unfortunate. Teach them to he aeai to tne jingle ot taintea money, and the rustle of unholy skirts; that one working girl is worth more to the world than all the silk dressed, powdered face, diamond ringed street parader in the world. Teach- - him that .happiness is not found in the k, T tn parn fVioiT" iripnl tinlro.s VinTiPst.lv. and be willinc to share the same with disgrace. Teach him that a smile is worth a mile of frowns, and that all play and no work makes a dull mind and a weak body. Teach him when the smell of lilies ,the soft tread of feet and the "crushing of hearse wheels in the cemetery drive, and his casket is lowered into the dark and silent winjlowless home that the ceremony should he short and the epitah simple. "Here lives the remains of a man." , v Ex. &1. Jul lie vn nnMdAnl Iiuumigi. ln list muau uuwcecii w 1.1 bu x r .VA . uvum BUGGIES. The Best The Markets Afford. STOP AND THINK E. T. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. n ' er C b-- !-- 1 WOOL. We are paying the Highest Market Price i 'for Wool. We are representing Springfield' Woolen Mills, formerly representey by. J. D. rtft ':.V?VJB$. ' Eads&Co. See " - P-rs- A J I x -- ,.... - '" iaivoi' Jt Ynv rner .'' V der, Mrs. Mkttie Hewes, . . aad-lr- t l A.irm,-J-- i jaoaan. 'm. u. amwi. Y .it is far betUr tr Fngik iWUf.IteUrt gtwtlwt "." JeKsr B. 3 "B. m z w'n' .all lk life.- leach WmtodAri T,.,, . ,, .-- W -- UnwtU, alWer pro'-- 1 c V iff w.th ? vdF$?!vi)P?' 11-- " v . 4. - K 2 26-- 2' C Lt tkalIfc' ,v- T&r 5k yrhitiiig'. PENCE di. HILtv S !2viJ 'k' r. t' 3S , - . ' 1m r" " jJklfKtW mm''m-'-- sEJtMku'r m " r '" ifc - ""-g- r-i v ts&t&t &."i. itei" wHragr "ffSS ?"Nes t X 1 W 4 a l f -- T. ?' X SI Hr r. t i. rr i 'F: ,s L f !T 4.- - &?- - -s- if; . ; ,4 - I rv. r " r J - The Interior Journal, Stanford, TCehtucky. Friday, April 2, 1915 h p-J- i "A. 5a i ls i Louisville, April 1, 1915. Hundreds are now calling almost daily to meet L. T. Cooper, the noted visitor, half a million dollars is a lot of money and to find out just how his famous medicine, Tanlac, is sold, how it is million as it? But we have more than half a prepared and what the preparation a protection to those who do business with us. lars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. actually looks like.upon the rush to In commenting meet Mr. Cooper and obtain his celeSold, by Druggists, 75c. Don't you know we are going to take care of Take Hall's Kamlly Fills .for coustipatlom. brated medicine, the manager of the Taylor-Isaastore, said: half a million? "The success of the opening of the CRAB ORCHARD introductory sale of Tanlac exceeded Mrs. Mary .J left We have been agreeour you Tuesday. SheCulton teach for Corbin ably expectation.by the knowledge the as good care of We will take will the school surprised v which was begun by her daughter, public seems to Ijave of the preparaMrs. Sparrow, who is not well enough tion. While many came just to meet deposit with us. to be in the schoolroom. Mrs. Culton Mr. Cooper and see what the medicine expects to be gone until the last of really looked like, equally as many Most men are hard to please in hats almost as particular as women 3tay. preparaMontez Fish goes to Louisville on came . prepared to obtain theasked people simply and for for reason we have our all the time and case to Friday night to accompany his grand- tion These the facility with which Tanlac, and mother, Mrs. M. E. Fish, home Sun- the medicine was distributed throughplease the taste of every individual. : : : : : : : : day. out the day proved somewhat of a Misses Jean Buchanan and Belle our older men." Haldeman returned to Louisville oh revelation to many of "I am, indeed, The Broad Brim older man or farmer's Mr. Cooper said: from Tuesday. gratified to see such marked enthusMr. Robert L. Collier was in Mt. a one dollar cotton to a $4.00 Stetson. : : : iasm, and feel justified in predicting Vernon Tuesday on business. that .Tanlac will proe just as sucMiss Irene Manuel gave her schoolas it has The Tango Style, one of the most popular hats out : : : mates a most enjoyable time Thurs- cessful in Louisvillenot believe in the that I day at a birthday social. Games, mu- learger cities. I do in years tall crowns, narrow brims and contrast sic and a fruit lunch were the order am overestimating the success of the medicine when I state that I am confiCapital $100,000 of the evening. bands with large bows in black, blue, grey and Mr. and Mrs. David Newland were dent that from three to five thuosand 1 1 .Surplus . $ 00, 00 brown, $2, $2.50 and $3.50 in mens; boys at in Stanford Tuesday to consult Dr. people will' call and obtain Tanlac Brown in regard to Mr. Newland's during this week." Resources over $500,000 $1.00 and $1.50. Mr. Cooper was asked about the health which has not been so good charitable work he" intended to perlately. Caps in blue serges, fancy colors, shepherd plaids Mrs. Maggie Gover was up from form in Louisville. He replied: "Yes Stanford this week to see her father, it is true that I have written the Associated Charities asking that organizwith taped seams any sizes at 50c and $1.00. Mr. Davis. Last Monday week the Dixie Rook ation to furnish me, as soon as pracClub met with 'Mrs. Wallace Gover, ticable, with the names and addresses and Monday of this week it' met with of at least fifty of the most deserving Mrs. Milt Condor. At both places de- - poor families of your city, whom I propose to help. I have also written l lightf ul lunches were served. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Napier, of St. Joseph's Orphans Home, offering USE. Paris, are with Mrs. Arma Napier and certain contributions. I shall comother relatives here. Mrs. Napier was municate with similar institutions "The Brand That Satisfies Mrs. Alice McClrue, of this city, and within a few days with the view of . is looking exceedingly well. They endorsing their noble efforts by assisting them in some substantial way. like their new home. "In conformity with my usual cusMiss Ray Hunt, of Mt. Vernon, is tom of encouraging the hospitals, I with Mrs. Daisy Hunt, for a visit. Mrs. John Kennedy and Mrs. Mary will make special concessions with KEEP THE KIDENYS WELL Morgan visited friends in Preachers-vill- e reference to supplying such institutions of your city with Tanlac, as I Tuesday. Mrs. Mpllie Burgin was very sick consider the preparation a superior Health Is Worth Saving, and Some Stanford People Know How To Monday and Tuesday, Dr. Harmon tonic in all cases of convalescence." The famous medicine, Tanlac, can having io be called twice Tuesday. Save It. iflRHiW"!? BEAUTIFIES the glistening whiteness of well kept teeth PROTECTS DURABLE Acute indigestion was the trouble; now be bought in Stanford only at 27-- 1 Penny's durg store. but she is about well again now. YOUR PROPERTY Many Stanford people take their Mr. Ed Estes is slowly improving. lives in their hands by neglecting the Ed Leigh Is For Walton Shelby Newland and Sam Perkins kideys when they know these organs have both been on the sick list this will remove the tartar from your teeth and make them white and Colonel Walton is a candidate for need help. Weak kidneys are responworks freely under the brush, covers H. & W. week. antiseptically clean. The use of this daintily perfumed powder will quite the Democratic nomination for Secre- sible for a vast amount of suffering Mrs. George Lyne has been surface thoroly to stay covered, also leaves an eliminate disease breeding germs. Strengthen the gums and make ill with grip but is able to be up now. tary of State, after a life of service and ill health the slightest delay is Mrs. France Edmiston is still im- for his party. This is no paid notice, dangerous. Use Doan's Kidney Pills the mouth ami breath sweet and clean. Your money back if not a remedy that has helped thousands .attractive appearance. and we won't hold any job under him proving. satisfactory. when he is nominated and elected. of kidney sufferers. Here is a StanMrs. Charles Redd is better. Never use cheap Paint (the Best, is always cheapBut if we have done anything for the ford citizen's recommendation. 25c a can Sold Only By Us Mr. Carroll Bailey left Monday to Stan- uplift of humanity and for the cause "My back was so sore and painful take, charge of his business in est in the end) therefore ask your dealer for . ford.! He is a splendid gentleman, of our friends, the debt is paid and a that it was hard for me to .get around e, and will be sadly missed by our lit- receipt given when you line up for W. for days at a time," says D. C. and accept H. & W. Pure Prepared of Whitley, Ave., Stanford. "I tle city, whose interest he had at P. Walton for Secretary of State. Bowling Green Messenger. THE REXALL STORE tried everything but didn't seem to heart while a citizen here. . no substitute. get anything that would bring me reBEECH GROVE lief until I got Doan's Kidney Pills. Makes 61 Feel Like 16. ". ON SALE BY be what I needed and They proved Rev. Peace filled his regular ap- by the time I to finished three boxes "I suffered from kidney ailment had for two years," writes Mrs. M. A. pointment at Beech Grove Sunday. the pain in my back left and I felt Bridges, Robinson, Miss., "I comMiss Ella Rigsby visited Mrs. Grov-e- r better in every way." menced taking Foley Kidney Pills Rigsby Sunday and attended the Price 50c, at all dealers.Don't simabout ten months ago. I am 61 years services at Beech Grove church. ply ask for a kidney remedy get of age and feel like a 'Mr. John D. Wilson has the girl." Foley Kidney Pills invigorate ing home folks for the past been visit- Doan's Kidney Pills Foster-Milbur-same that week. n Mr. Dyehouse had. weak and deranged kidneys, relieve 27-- 1 Mr. and Mrs. James Hoskins visit- Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. backache, rheumatism and bladder See the I. J. 'for lowest price on horse and jack cards trouble. Sold Everywhere. ed their son and daughter, Mr. Will you NOTICE Hoskins and Mrs. Joseph Allen last week. As the solvent partner of the firm Misses Fay and Berdena Gooch are of Leece and Collier, merchants of visting their grandparents, Mr. and Crab Orchard, Ky., said ileece having Mrs. G. W. Spangler. been adjudged bankrupt, I H. H. you buy. Miss Bertha Davis visited Miss Vir-p-- Collier, will on Payne Saturday night and SunSaturday, April 10.1915, day. at 10 o'clock A. M., in Crab Orchard, Miss Ella Hoskins was- the pleasant Ky., at the store room of said Leece caller at Miss Cora Ledford's Sunday. & Collier, sell to the highest and best I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stephens and son, bidder, the undivided one half inter - ; . . . . Homer, visted Mrs. Nancie Smyth on est of '.- Leece in .said partnership, i said Saturday and Sunday. including his interest in the stock of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoskins, sons merchandise of said firm then on and little daughters were the guests hands. This 'stock of merchandise is j of Mr. John Hoskins and family on in good condition and the purchaser Sunday.. will be given immediate control and Misses Goldie Wilson and Mamie possession ot sucn interest, xerms Hoskins visited their aunt, Miss Ella 26-- 4 Cash. H.H. COLLIER. Hoskins, Saturday night. Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Mr. and Mrs. Dabney Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Davis Sunday. We You are glad to say Mrs. W. M. Davis is Here's some better at this writing. Mr. Andy Davis visited Mr. Ad Da- The People's Market Place Advervis Sunday. tise What You Have to Sell Mr. Pete Elam and family have moved to their new home near Ham Wedding Presents at Mueller's Valve-in-Hea- d monds' Lick. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin and Jewelry Store, Stanford. daughter, Christine, visited Mrs. Smyth Sunday. FOR SALE. Three Jersey calves, Miss Urace Martin visited Miss Jo-s- one 4 months, one 2 months, and one Smyth. 2 weeks old; all in good shape. G. Bauman, R. F. D. 3, Stanford. Who Can Doubt Sworn Testi- CABBAGE PLANTS and flowers mony of Honest Citizens? of various kinds for sale by Ed. Hub26-Some time ago I began the use of bard,. Stanford, Ky. . your Swamp-Rowith the most remarkable results. For years I was al.RHODE Island Red eggs ?1 per MEN WHO DO THEIR OWN ELEVEN YEARS OF BUILDING most a wreck and was a great suffer- setting of 15, $5 per hundred. Mrs. WORK WELL WANT A CAR THAT VALVE-IN-HEAMOTORS (IN er. I. was so bad at times I "would Wm. Logan, R. F. D. 4, Stanford, DOES ITS WORK WELL. -FACT, THE PIONEER BUILDERS F faint away and had sinking spells. phqne, 13F40. OF VALVE - IN - HEAD MOTOR Finally a new doctor was called in THEY BUY THE BUICK BECARS) ELEVEN YEARS' RECand he said that I had "kidney trouble FOR SALE Fifty bushels of pickCAUSE IT IS SOLD ON FACTS, ORD OF LONG MILEAGE PER CAR and gave me medicine, of which I ed silage corn for seed at $1.50 per VALVE-IN-HEAFROM THE MOELEVEN vYEARS OF SATISFYtook several bottles. I obtained some bushel. A. T. Traylor, R. F. D. No. TOR ON THROUGH. ING THE MOST PARTICULAR relief from this but I was getting 4, Stanford, Ky. 20tf USERS OF MOTOR CARS ELEVweaker all the timt ; I could not sleep THEY BUY THE BUICK BEEN YEARS OF PULLING THRU and suffered so much pain that my pays better, to IT cost no CAUSE IT DOES MORE THAN THE HEAVIEST SAND AND MUD, husband and children had to lift me insure witn more; it "uujniiinjiiJn-TAL.- " tne oia WAS CLAIMED MORE THAN EXOF THE STEEPEST HILL CLIMBin. and out of bed. After this time two A. Thomas, agent, office . w PECTED. AND THESE MEN EXING. NO WONDER MEN BUY friends sent me word to try Swamp-Roo- t, in State D. 25-4- F Bank. PECT MUCH. THE BUICK. which I did. and I am glad, to state that the first dose gave me SINGLE COMB Brown Leghorn great relief. After taking the third THE BEST PLACE TO LEARN eggs from healthy, farm range, win.dose I was helped into bed and slept BUICK QUALITIES IS ON THE ter layers. Fifteen for 60 cents, one half of the night. ROAD. DEMONSTRATION GIVEN hundred for $3.00 cash. Erie C. Far-r-a, Swamp-Ro7 I took several bottles of ON REQUEST. :, Lancaster, Ky. Box 272. 18-- 8 and I feel that L owe my life to ithis wonderful remedy. The two fam The" Royal Jack. 9 ily doctors said that I could not live Fours and SixesPrice F. O. B. Factory $900 to $1650 "three, months. f I would have to be Excelsior, the Royal Jack, will helped in and out of the bed ten to make the season of 1915 at $8.00. twenty times every night. After talc-- His, colts as weanlings sell from $65 setine ,Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rofor two to $125; at two jrears of age, for days. L was entirely tree from getting $200; lien retained on colt for serv v1 r 't up and could sleep soundly. . vice fee. Season due when mare is MRS. D. E. HILEMAN, transferred. Tunnelton, W. V." 24-- 8 . fJames G. Carpenter, Jr. Personally appeared before me, this 11th of September, 1909, Mrs. D. ' New. Hitcb and Feed Stable. , E. Hileman, who subscribed the above ' iYm9!NsmLsmLsmLsmLsmLsmsBmB9'mk up a I statement and made oath that the feed am openingCarter'snew hitch and old place on stable at Grab Orchard Kentucky same is true in substance and in fact. Depot street. Let me take good care JOSEPH FILLER of your horses and rigs when in. town. Notary Public. John Meeks. 25r2p Letter to C. Beazky & Co 7lR. J. G. CARPENTER Office Dr. Kilmer Co., iii Lincoin County National Bank .BinghamUm, N. Y. -A Buildih&sEyvnose, throat, ear, Ge1 sms Prove Wkt ' ..SwiiKNt Will De net, ;urmary,rectal, pelvic, diseases, " surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully ' : . Fr.;Y Send ten ceat to Dr. Kihr 4b; tested; , glasses scientifically prescib-e' 16-3!9SSmir ssBmB999flSr ? . h Co., Bimfharaton, N." Yv.for a iple DANVILLE, KENTUCKY ' will convince aWyone.i .: ize.botttt. It , .. Xhu. will alb receive a booklet 'WANTED for Lincoln county a. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMCR information, faffing about ssleeWen with. some knowledge of rOr. supplies. To earn from $4.00 WWERTAKER AND EMIALMB FeTrttert bfatttaf, Rttjs. , Farm t$ kidneys and bladder. When writ-: t '2rsr ; r:. mention Urn Stftn-- a day Tap setting pnrchasing contracts. inr. be 8ure-4mA-s tort. Exttagii fcr.m KJmn Intenor 'journal. TrcgTHir affey. References required. Write Kentucky J3i. rem t and aise mitilm fw Aato Supplies Company, . SQ$ S. " TimersMsn , vsnrruw x EbV.,. . at all draff store. mkmiwwm. wie &4 THitf Street, Lovisvaie, Ky. 25-- lt m A -- Half Mimon Dollars isn't by local applications, as they cannot-reac- ii the diseased portion of the car. There is only one way to cure deafness,, nnd that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused toy an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have' a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when Is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and It unless the inflammation can be taken out . and this tube restored to its normal condition; hearing will be 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 cade of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- Deafness Cannot Be Curedv HUNDREDS RUSH TO GET TAN LAC Cooper Besieged With Callers Wks Waat Famous Medicine that cs just Lincoln County National '.'' what MEN'S HEADWEAR hat full hat that try Bank Corner Next to Court House Kentucky Stanford at :::::::: - WHEN YOU PAINT " S W. Pure Prepared Paint H. McRoberts & Bailey .' ""' GREATEST TO Stanford, Kentucky AID BEAUTY. The Rexall Antiseptic Tooth Powder Paint Paint Dye-hous- Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Wall Paper- House Paint Just what want for Spring and at ie the Lowest Prices. See our stock before Place your order how, as there will not be any more cars from factorylafter April 15th. - I L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. -- Buy $uicc D D T. D. NEWLAND What Want Motor Cars ::::-:- Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. ie 2-- 2p 3. Go To Farris' For Your ot 19-4- Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. ot Spring Footwear. ot - We have many styles in Me ns and Ladies' Oxfords for you to lect from. Come in and look them over. Easter time is near. W. E. PERKINS J. M'Gary Xs- - -- J. L AHAN &; CONNi - ft 1 M d. , m '. au-tom- ob, ri ,!"- - d iJ am one-doll- ar . C- A-w- , v V V ' V 'r 'aCi ' ' - f- Ti I &; k? f - - v - ' ; !u,'. t ". t .. ' a- X - . :1 ' fW .t IP ' rf " , s f T' uy :ujAi. Ui....'i;?i. t . - i k X.. J : ,. ,S The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, April 2, 915 1 THE FOUNTAIN OF ETERNAL YOUTH The Deposit Bank of Stanford, Ky., opeend for business. Sept, 6th, 858. Its 1 The . successors, . Lincoln Springs Association Kentucky Moreland, The National Bank of Stanford commenced business in 865, and its 1 A Twentieth Century Miracle sue-cesso- Easter Suits fj Easter time is the proper season for your new suit, for at this time we make our greatest efforts to show you the newest and prettiest things out. we mention pretty mixed overplaids, 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 always in good taste. tj Style that's what condemns or 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. $nXj r, ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO ABRAHAM MINKS, Pres. MORELAND, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY (JT Three Hundred Years ago and more, the famous Spanish Adventurer Ponce De Leon explored the everglades of Florida and the Southland, looking for the Fountain of Eternal Youth. His faith, hope and determinaThe First National Bank tion was not rewarded but his search would have been successful if he had journeyed on into the wilds of what is now the southern edge of the rolling took over its business Oct. 4th, 1 882, and hills of the Kentucky Blue Grass Region where Nature pours forth a Mineral Spring of Water, .which is a health restoring drink that is rejuvenating jaded bodies and renewing hope in the hearts of thousands of sick people. since its organization has paid in dividends IT The discovery of the Lincoln Springs at Moreland, Lincoln County, Ken-- " tucky, (127 miles south of Cincinnati and 104 miles southeast of Louisto its stock holders, ville,) was an accident entirely due to the necessity of drilling for water during a terrible dry spell a few years ago. The water which bubbled forth the large sum of was found to be very beneficial in its effect on the human body both as a $232,500.00 drink and for bathing purposes. It has cdmpletely cured stomach trouble, kidney and liver disorders of every kind, constipation and diabetes. It will Carried to its Surplus Fund : 28,500.00 remove sugar from your water and will eliminate any tendency towards dropsy. The Lincoln water completely and permanently removes all poisonous accumulations from the body and by the removal of uric acid and the curing of rheumatism restores the body and blood to an ideal condition. Making total of. fj Reasonable drinking and bathing in Lincoln Water cured a man, GO years $261,000.00 " of age, of rheumatism and gout a man who had been in bed for from three to four months every year for 24 years. Since then he has been on his feet every day and has actually worked his farm, attended to his business and has not called a doctor for over a year. Prior to using Lincoln Water, he had traveled to many famous watering places, spent thousands of dollars on doctors trying to find relief for his troubles. It has earned the confidence of the public and the Lincoln Water will benefit you tfJT Cleansing and purifying the system p wonderfully to cure the Rheumatism, however it will be necessary solicits your accounts for you to come to the Lincoln Springs where you can bathe and drink the water freely. Drinking the water regularly at home will stop your rheumatism but it will not cure it but it will cure stomach trouble, liver and kidney trouble, diabetes, constipation and chronic ailments due to a disordered make their home. Their many friends condition of the stomach and blood. The Lincoln Water will build up a regret very much to give them up run down system and increase your weight at least 10 per cent within reasonbut here's wishing them success in able time. It will revive a dead appetite, and rejuvenate a listless stomach, their southern home. Mr. Emery, of and give you an appetite like a hungry boy. Loveland, O., bought and has moved tfT Mother Nature has mixed the minerals and pours forth the water out of to the residence vacated by Mr. Mcher bosom, and this water which is known as the Lincoln Water Kee and family. restores the human body to a condition of ideal health. The country people We are glad to note that our i for miles around come with bottles, jugs, and pails for Lincoln Water we "Will Relieve Your Indigestion hustling little town is progressing so who are near it look upon it as a Miracle and feel towards the Lincoln rapidly. Jw W. Thompson, one of our Springs with great reverence. Penny's Drug Store. leading merchants, is having a nice filf It has and is wonderfully benefitting many sick people. If you are able four-roodwelling erected, which to the Lincoln Springs for a few weeks, you must write KING'S MOUNTAIN will be for rent. The Board of Trus- and to come secure reservation before you leave home, as the waiting list runs three Rev. Long filled his appointment at tees of our school, have had a nice advance, especially during the spring, summer and fall. the Christian church Sunday. lot of trees set out in the schoolyard tlnee weeks income to the Springs we will send you a bottle of If you cannot Miss Enid Flynn ias been absent which will add much beauty to the Lincoln Water which will last you ten days and will give you ample chance acfrom school for several days on grounds in a few years. C. D. Evans to see for yourself the wonderful beneficial qualities of the Lincoln Water count of sickness. of Nicholasville, has recently installhealing powers of the told but that John Dye continues ill of stomach ed a planing mill here and is doing and convince youWrite we have send $2.50half of the bottle add $1.00 to for a trial us and Lincoln Water. trouble. some nice work. bottle, which will Je refunded upon return of the botJ. B. McKee and family have movFred Reynolds bought a nice horse cover deposit on the to the Lincoln Springs Association, Moreland, Lincoln tle, express prepaid ed to Roseweii, Ga., where they will from Mr. Neal, of Eubank. Dr. Laswell rfnd family, of Mt. County, Kentucky. Make all remittances payable to Abraham Minks, President, The Lincoln Vernon, will move to their property Springs Association and address all communications for reservations to here about April 1st. They have many warm friends here who "will him at the same address. welcome them back as they formerly lived here. The sale of W. D. Johnson was well LONG attended and most everything sold One Gallon Lincoln Water Contains 235 Grs. Mineral for a good price. Mr. Johnson and consisting of Sodium Sulphate, Calcium, Magnesium, Calfamily left Tuesday for Science Hill, cium Carbonate, Iron, Lithium, Potassium, Stontium, y rented Yields To Lydia E. Pink-ham-'s where they have Johnson the Nunnel-le-a Hotel. Mr. has kept Salts, Salica a'nd Hydrogen Sulphate. high class boarding house here for Vegetable GOOD FOR STOMACH, LIVER, KIDsome time and we feel he will be sucCompound. cessful wherever he goes. We regret NEY TROUBLES AND RHEUMATISM to see him and his good famly leave Elkhart, Ind.: "I suffered for four- our midst as they are respected and $2.50 teen years from organic inflammation, beloved by all. Dr. J. B. Smith and female weakness, move to McKinney soon. family will deposit of $1.00 additional shipped express to any point pain and irregulariMiss Louise Routen, daughter of required on bottle which will be refunded upon return ties. The pains in Mrs. Belle Routen, Jenkins, died on of bottle express prepaid to Moreland, Kentucky my. sides were in- Tuesday morning of tuberculosis. She creased by walking had been confined to her voopx for or standing on my several months with this dread disFLAT WOODS MT. ZION feet and I had such ease but death was not thought to be Elder J. G. Livingston filled his apawful bearing down so near until a few days ago she bePeople are glad to see the sun feelings, was "d- gan having hemorrhages of the lungs shine again after so much snow and pointment at Mr. Zion last Lord's Our rain. epressed in spirits and only lived a few days. Day nd delivered a good, practical and became thin and hearts go out in sympathy for the People in this section are very busy sermon from Paul's letter to the pale with dull,heavy mother who is almost heartbroken, fixing for their new crops for the bad Romans, 12th chapter; "Presetning eyes. I had six doc and also to the brothers and sisters. weather has put them behind. Our Bodies a Living Sacrifice." Comforttors from whom I received only tempo- May they look to that Great to help in Rev. J.G. Livincrston preached here er who is always so willing rary relief. I decided to give Lydia E. time of trouble and ask Himto help last Sunday for the first time in five I Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair them in their sad and lonely hours. months. Mrs. Barbara Thompson is on the trial and also the Sanative Wash. I have Miss Maggie Horton has returned now used the remedies for four months home after a protracted visit with sick list this week. and cannot express my thanks for what her sister, Mrs. Ed Rigney, of EuMrs. Belle Adams is slowly bank. H. H. Isaacs is waiting on they have done for me. ' Wickliffe Caldwell and family will her. "If these lines will be of any benefit Mrs. 'Sallie Murrell is with her you have my permission to publish leave soon for Pekin, 111., where they will Mr. Caldweil them." Mrs. Sadie Williams, 455 says make their home. the cooperage mother,. Mrs. Thompson, near Ottawa, he will engage in who. is real sick. James Street, Elkhart, Indiana. business for a while. Mrs. Ethel White had a very narLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Prof. E. 0. Wright has gone to row escape one morning last week, from native roots and herbs, Wayne county to spend a few months. C. L. Hensley has sold his farm when her clothes caught fire. While contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, attempting to put out the blaze and holds the record of being the here. He will now make his home hands were badly burned and hadheri it with his daughter, Mrs. Joe Upthe-grov- e most successful remedy for female ills not been her husband who came to in Lexington. we know of, and thousands of voluntary Claude Hutchinson, one of our her rescue she would probably have testimonials on file in the Pinkham business men, has'mproved his store burned to death. laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to house wonderfully by building a large Mr. W. Menefee has sold his farm prove this fact. to a Bell county man for $750. veranda in front. Mrs. Claude Hutchnice line If you have the slightest doubt inson has aShe will of millinery just Mr. W. T. Holman has gone to Bell that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- received. and see. be pleased to have county on, business. Mxs. Ida Thompson, who has been ble Compound will help you,ivrite you call Logan Wall and family have moved quite ill, is slowly improving. Miss Ida to Lydia E.Pinkham MedicineCo. Smith is staying with her. (confidential) Lynn,lrass., for ad- to a farm near Ellison. i!tii!i!:::!;rinTJ".."""""J'. Mrs. George White was the guest Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reynolds have vice. Your letter will be opened, read, and answered by a woman, recently moved into the residence ot ot ner isster, Mrs. Ida Thompson. Mrs. R. A. Smith was to see Mrs. Mrs. C. Horton. and held in strict confidence Ida Thompson last Wednesday. Miss Katherne Hensley was home from Crab Orchard Saturday night and Sunday. George White7 and Bryant Brown sold a nice bunch of hogs to Mr. Craig at a fancy price. Mrs. Ida Thompson wishes to thank twWdisssm her friends and neighbors for their kindness during her sickness and ES' M. hopes to repay their kindness. Mrs. Ida Thompson was creatlv "It is easy to use and quick to respond. No work. Just and sadly disappointed Sunday when , apply. It penetrates without rubbing." Kev. Livingston came so close and did not come to see her. She made menRead What Others Say: tion to the folks several times during 1'Have used your Linimcut very successfully in a case of rheumatism, and the day that she knew that he would always have a bottle on hand in BAK3N6 POWDER This year we have completely "laid ourselves out' on pretty fabrics. First, I ....;... -- m IZexaJVL Hart, Schaffner & Marx Price you can pay any price you can Dyspepsia Tablets m 1 and guaranteed values. CJ 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 copyrightnartschafmer&Msrt I anuiu. -- & aoouiLiiicia ill dii iciuco Phillips & Philli ps CLOTHIERS TAILORS M. Willie MRS. WILLIAMS' SICKNESS ANALYSIS FURNISHERS Peopla Ask Us What is the besb laxative? Yeara of experience in selling "all kinds leads to always recommend U3 writing. Paynter is very ill at this efloBt (SidenJZXe&, as the safest, surest and most satisfactory. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Penny's Drug Store. Mrs. Leona Elder is able to be out G. M. Elder bought some corn of J. F. Denny at $3 per barrel. Messrs. J. M. Craig and Grover were in this part Monday on Mc-Mull- in FIVE GALLON BOTTLE business. agin. J. M. Craig, of Quail bought a nice bunch of hogs from Amos Brown at a fancy price. Mr. G. A. Brown remains about the same. Mr. Walter Brown was very badly hurt last Wednesday, when the mule which hewas feeding kicked him in his side and on the arm. Stevil Elder is somewhat improved. Maurice Brown was over to see his uncle, Dan Brown, of Ottawa Friday I recov-ering.'D- r; -- night. The people of this community are looking forward a to appy Easter. Mrs. Sala Sowder and son, Virgil, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Elder Monday night. Elder was the guest of his brother-in-laEmmett Reynolds, of Buck Creek last week. Miss Ona Thompson was the delightful guest of Miss Permelia Elder Monday. ' Mrs. Mary L. Brown is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Brown and children visited her nother and sister, Mrs. Long and Mrs. Sandidge Sunday night. G. M. Elder is suffering with the toothache. Miss Nettie Rodgers visited Misses Ella and Thula Brown Saturday night. Mrs. Amos Brown has a new line jof millinery. last Saturday, resulted in a verdict of against J. K- - Shackleford, of near this place, in Squire Petrey's court The case of the Commonwealth jury and judgment of the court for $5 and cost of prosecution of same. G. M.. w, PRINTERS On account of installing larger press, we have for sale a 12x18 Nonpareil job press in fair condition; we used it on work up until the day we took it down to make room for new press. Anyone in a small country office will find it very handy for large sale bills and the like. We will put it on the cars here at Stanford for $40 cash with order. Address The Interior Journal. , INSURE Your Property in the Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., w ith SALIN & SMITH, Agents I Stanford, Kentucky I Com-pound,ma- de to-d- ay !!!igIIIlflf,I , U V Rheumatism Muscle Colds i3"SErCt:; CALUMET Bestfails. - For Eyesy Baking because Col. recommended to me by, a friend of mine who, I wish to say, is one of the best boosters for your Liniment I ever flaw." J. TV. Fuller, Denver, case of a cold or aoro throat. I ivish to say I think it one of the best of household remedies. I would not have used it only it was come. Liniment. I have been ill nearly fouitecn weeks with rheumatism, have been treated by doctors who did their best I had not slept for the terrible pain for several nights, when my wife got me a small bottle of the Liniment and three applications gave xne relief so that I could Bleep' Joseph Tamblyn, 615 Convene Street, McKeuporl, PaT "last a lino in praise of Sloan's Straighten Him Out. J. P. Jones, Boothe, Ark., writes: "I had a severe case of kidney trouble and could do no work at all. Foley Kidney Pills straightened me out at once." The same story is told ,by thousands of others; weak back, rheumatism, kidney and bladder troubles yield quickly. Safe and effective.' Sold Everywhere. New Postmasters News comes from Washington that among the new postmasters recently named are the following in this section : Albia, Pulaski counfy, G. M. s; Carroll, Wayne county, Mrs, V. Gibson. This is a new office. Es-te- it's the purest. Best because it never because it makes every baking light, fluify and e venly raised. Best because Best GUAHANTlBa it is moderate in cost-hi- ghest in quality. At your grocers . RECEIVED HKJHE5T7 AWARDS t World'. Pre Fm4Ez. Mtioa, EASTER IS HERE -- OUR- .v SLOAN S LINIMENT Good for Neuralgia, Sciatica Sprain and BnuMt. nJ EASTER CLOTHING t Thirty Pe'rcheons of pedigree sold at Marshalltown, Iowa, reently for an average of, $568, the top being $1,675 for a stallion. A pair of mare brought $1,660, fe frequently required by' old age is better than ever. We are showing all the new shades and models. t Chiog, M. Pari A Food and Nerve Tonic Exitia. ,U Fi i ML EARL Si SLOAN, $JfeUisfr DB Joe AM It Its 25c ' " , ' always recommend ' We These ate jut 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. , a free TRIAL BOTTLE. . Wv2 Pwwi Emulsion Driig Main St. ! PtilWpiua, Pa. I jaaa ideal ooinfttfonfotlagpMrpoael tier. '" ROBINSON'S ' sv- -, Stanford , V .4 - y .. t" ' ' illlfl Nr--: vJ r 16-year-- rt r Y vir r ir ' J2aa t": ' v -- F t ,, c-- V 4, ea"" ' "MS-- .W r - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, April 2, 1915 We Have Accepted the Agency for . the . SANITOX Line of Reliable Medicines ALL GUARANTEED BY US v Thirteen, The Marriageable Age The effort qf a Maryland father to secure the annulment of the marriage daughter to a of his boy, discloses that the laws ofthat State recognize 13 m a iemaie as a marriageable ag-e- and that three other States do likewise. That such j laws should disgrace the statutes of any State is most regrettable and common sense should suggest their repeal, An effort is being made in Illinois to reform the marriage laws, making 21 years the legal age, of both sexes. There are exceptions, of course but healthy and natural childlren are not to be expected of immature parents. Certainly marriage should not be contracted before the age of concent. Lexingtonian. , Try "GETMT," H Magic for Corns ! JTew, Simple, Common - Sense Way. You will never know how really easy corn, until it is to get rid of aNothing yoa have lito it has tried "GETS-IT.- " ever been produced. It takes less time to apply it than it does to read this. It Bjr II t wM If V (L A lit B LYNE BROS. THE VINOL DRUG STORE CRAB ORCHARD - Rheumatism Yields Quickly to Sloan's You can't prevent an attack of Rheumatism from coming on, but you can stop it almost immediately. Sloan's Liniment gently applied to the sore joint or muscle penetrates in a few minutes to the inflamed spot that causes the pain. It soothes the hot, tender, swollen teeling, and in a very short time brings a relief that is almost unbelievable until you experience it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c of any Druggist and have it in. the house against Colds, Sore and Swellen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost .instant relief. -- v mx f )" il a! mt aw I'll Ue lwnin Kai-yi- Taaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Cora -- pains in Every Nerve! It "Gets" Every Cora " Surely. Quickly! ! "GETS-IT;- wllldumfound yon, especially if you bavo tried everything else for corns. Two drops applied in a few seconds that's all. The corn shrivels, then conies right off. painlessly, without fussing or trouble. If you have ever made a fat bundle out of your toe with bandages; used thick, cotton-ringcorn-teasin- Printed Stationery For' Farms Every farmer who owns his farm ought to have printed stationery, with his name, the name o his pobtoffice and properly given. The eJ heading might also give the names of whatever erox) he specializes in, or his specialties in stock. JJeatly printed stationery gives you a heading might also give the names of whatever crops he specializes in or his specialities in stock. Neatly printed stationery gives you a personality and a standing with any person or firm to whom you write and insures the proper reading of our name and address. If yofl wish to write to your congressman or member of thu legislature, or il you have a request to make of your county superintendent of schools, or if you wi-- h information from any business hcusc, v any case your letter will have increased weight a'nd receive more and quicker attention, it you use stationery. Get the habit. Crime in the I. J. office and hae us print you 500 sheets of good paper with envelopes to match. per-print- ed if ihf'nigK i 1 5 w; JNir at hand and we are ready for it. We made preparation in advance an$i you will reap the benefit. Our Easter Hats Is Easter corn-pressi- ng g KENTUCKY Shorthorn breed are being bought for Australia now. A big- order of Scotcn bulls of the - Whooping Cough Well everyone knows the effect of Pine Forest fin Coughs. Dr. Bell's is a remedy which brings quick relief for Whooping Sold in Stanford and recommended I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION NEXT COUNTY COURT DAY, Cough, loosens the mucous, soothes as the world's best corn cure by the lining of the throat and lungs, Shugar's Drug Store. and makes the coughing spells less se vere. A family with growing children Jacksonville, Fla., proposes to fishould not be without it. Keep it My entire livery outfit at Danville. One of the best stables in the country, handy for all Coughs and Colds. 25c. nance her fair by the sale of buttons. and a paying business, but I sell in order to devote my entire time to buy- at your Druggist. Electric Bitters a No use in that. Most of Florida is dry and Jacksonville is wet. It is useless ing mules. Will sell horses, buggies, runabouts, harness and everythihg. Spring Tonic. to go further into details. Your chance for a bargain. It will be an absolute sale, it matters not what Northwestern Kansas held a con the stuff sells for. ference recently at Norton, over 600 If you check up the number of bottarmers attending. tles used you will find Foley's Honey and Tar in greater demand than any A Sluggish Liver Needs Attention other cough medicine. It is safe, T,pt vmir Tiver tornid and vou prompt and effective for colds, croup, spell of misery. Every hoarseness, bronchial coughs, throat are in for a body gets an attacK now anu inen. trouble and lagrippe. It contains no Thousands of people keep their Liv- opiates and is the preferred cough ers active and healthy by using Dr. medicine for children. Sold King's New Life Pills. Fine for the too. Stop the Dizziness, Stomach, Partners. Constipation, Biliousness and Indigestion. Clear the blood. Only 25c at Said" a whisky flask to a cigarette, your druggist. I'd like to make a good sized bet. That I can get more scalps than you, Fine Stalloin For Sale Although your victims ain't so few. Said the cigarette to the whisky flask, I will sell privately my fine deep sorrel stallion by All Well that's as easy as I could ask, start. ?ive kids Peavine, out of a Grey Eagle mare. For I you pitch their downward part, in and do your Then He is 3 5.3 hands hig, has fine bone They come to you with a burning Overland Model 80 and style and is a splendid breeder. thirst, I will sell this horse worth the money one that sees 'em first; I'd and if you are looking for a money Butmost thethem should count for me; 1-So of T maker, come and see him sure. ED I'll take the bet, it's a cinch, d'ye see ; 22-2- p BALLARD, Stanford. Then the Whisky flask had this to say Motor. I never Idoked at the thing that way; Drumcross Radiant, a But I must confess you spoke the won the Cawdor cup, the Brydon Wheelbase, 106 inches Electric starting and lighting truth challenge shield and first in his class Left-han- d Tires, 33x4 incehs drive 'Tis you that tackles the foolish youth at the Glasgow, Scotland show this You fill his system with dopey smoke, Demountable rims (one extra rim) Finish, Brewster green, with year, according to reports from across I soak; mould him into a first-clabody the water. ivory striping. Full stream-lin- e "Ve work together far too well To quarrel even for a spell, casing, Car, fully So the whisky flask and the cigarette Shook hands together called off the A GONFESSION Sale Of Livery Outfit. MONDAY, APRIL 19th, 1915 Pine-Tar-Hon- ey ciate the difference when you use "GETS-IT.- " will vanish. CutYour ting and gouging with knives, razors, flies and scissors, and the danger of"GETS-IT- n " are done away with. Try tonight for any corn, callus, wart or bunion. Never fail:. "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists every where, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. corn-agon- y blood-poiso- plasters well, you'll appre- s ; corn-pullin- g salves : B. G. FOX, Danville, Ky. t 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 mares, 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 pounus; great style and action. He is a great breeder and sure foal getter. As an individual and a breeder, he is in a class by himself. He has made two seasons all of his colts are high class. Sir Ray is by Honest Tom 40701, and is bred right all through. B. W. GAINES, R. F. D. 1, Stanford in and Dresses were selected from great varieties vk and we chose the best and most stylish. We mM hdr have hats from 98c, up. They are stylish-anpretty. We have All Silk Dresses, just the thing for Easter, at $4.48 to $9.-9They are beauties. Cheaper dresses at 65c to $1.48. You are requested to call and see them. fu 4 1 d 8. The Bargain Store. SALEM & SALEM, Stanford, Ky. Spring Millinery AT THE this county, at Crab Orchard and four-year-ol- d, 5-Passe- nger xX Touring Car,Model 8 High Grade Stallion nut Sorrel Stallion will make the son of 1915 at my oarn on the old fair grounds at Hustonville, Ky. He is 1G hands high, weight 1,200 pounds. Will serve a limited number of mares at $15 to insure a living colt; season due when mare is parted with or on leaving the county. This stallion is by Ashland Brook and out sea- EMPORIUM, HUSTONVILLE, KY. My high bred six-year-o- ld Chest- 30-Horsepo- three-year-ol- d, ss 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, equipped with extra 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. This M. S. BAUGHMAN, Agent, See This Car Before You Buy. STANFORD, KY. Why Ladies Favor the Horse-Draw- n Carriage 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 o the fact. It is bet And away they sauntered side by side Hunting for victims far and wide; Hopes Her Statement, Made Public, In every corner of the nation, Partners, in crime and ruination. So there's our warning, on the level, will Help Other Women. Shun them as you would the Devil. Exchange. Hines, Ala. "I must confess", says Mrs. llula Mae Reid, of this place, "thai Your Child's Cough is a Call for Help nut- nff fronfimr irnil. PVlilfl'o Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me a great deal of good. Cough. It not only saps their strength Before I commenced using Cardui, 1 but often leads to more serious ailI had a ments. Why risk? You don't have to. vi ould spit up everything I ate. fired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was Dr. King's New Discovery is just the '.regular. 1 could hardly drag around, remedy your Child needs. It ismade and would have severe headaches con- with soothing, healing and antiseptic tinuously. balsams. Will quickly check the Cold Since taking Cardui, I have entirely and soothe your Child's Cough away. emit spitting up what I eat. Everything No odds how bad the Cough or how seems to digest all right, and I have long standing. Dr. King's New Disgained 10 pounds in weight." covery will stop it. It's guaranteed. If you are a victim of any of the numer- Just get a bottle frot your Druggist ous ills so common to your sex, it is and try it. T"! of a standard bred trotting mare. He has proven to be a great breeder, having colts to show for him. His colts are all saddle colts, with good style and action. Call and see a good before breeding times comes. Jim Reed I will also stand the great jack. Jim Reed, the well known mule jack by the old jack of Jim Reed's; having sold his colts at ?100 at weaning time. He is a fin6 breeder, having colts to show for hlt nere. He has a large bone and his colts have good bone and style. He will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. Money due if mare is parted with or leaves the county. B. W. LEIGH. Hustonville, CH AS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. Almont Dare A. S. H. R. 3228 SAYERS & SCOVILLLE AT BUGGIES wrong to suffer. For halt a century, Cardui has been relieving just such ills, as is proven by the thousands of letters, similar to the above, which pour into our office, year by year. Cardui is successful because it is composed of.ingredients which act specifically on the womanly constitution, and help's build the weakened organs back to health and strength. Cardui has helped others, and will help you, too. Get a bottle today. You won't regret it. Your druggist sells it. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. No Sich Animal Once upon a time a "Hill Billy" went to a circus, and in passing through the menagerie, spied a giraffe with its head away in the top of the tent. Gazing in wonder awhile, he finally ejaculated, "Gosh, there ain't no such animal." The Illinois young woman who says she wants this kind of a husband will likewise have to come to the conclusion that "there is no sich animal": "He must not chew, smoke, drink, gamble, swear, play cards, dance or object to washWrite to . Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladles' A Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special ing the supper dishes. He must stay your case arid on book. "Hoti. Vreatoent (or women," sent In plain wrapper. NC12T at home every night, live within his income and be a devout Christian." If there was ever such a breed of men it was long n&i extinct. Lex- Produce Wanted ! mffi'-iR! I ingtonian. : :T , I I ' '...'. WW ,i "Mill! I will 'still continue to "ill '1 i buy your CHICKENS, EGGS and HIDES at ' 'frill I'jJt'.ll. ' ... - n?"1? I '! ja ft the mitfissayf A - Market Prices, at The Garage on Cut Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. Phone 203. Highest A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived ITS GHEAX FOR BAI.KTT BOWJSLS AND STOMACHS We want all people who have chronic stomach trouble or constipation, np matter of how long standing, to try one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy one close will convince you. This is the medicine so many of our local people have been taking with surprising reThe most thorough system sults i' cleanser ever sold, Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is-- sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your money will be refunded without question or quibble if ONE bottle fails to give you absolute I satisfaction. Sired by Dignity Dare 1992, he by Chester Dare 10 he by Black Squirrel 58, he by King William 97; 1st dam Toxaway 4658, also registered in Vol. 10, A. S. H. R.; she by Abdallah Mambrino 3715, he by Almont 33; 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit Davis, by Bourbon Chief; 3rd dam, Mattie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Glenco- - 4th dam Bettie C. bv Cunningham's Copperbottom. NOTE Almont Dare's colts from grade mares bring as high as $300 at weanlings to $500 and $1000 at three to four years; $600 was offered for his dam at 2 years old and $400 for his 2nd dam when horses were cheap. One full brother sold for $3,600 and another reported sold for $1,500, and one sister, Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. His 3rd dam could rack as fast as a good horse could run under whip and spur. He is a pretty bay 16 hands and weighs around 1200 pounds. Goes 6 distinct gaits all good and fast. Pretty good breeding, don't you think so? Season 1913 at my stable, .2 2 miles from Hustonville, on Liberty Pike at $10 to insure a liye colt. Money due when colt is foaled, mare parted vlth ov bred elsewhere. Grass at $2 per month and all stock will have my personal attention, but will not be responsible for accidents. Correspondence and inspection invited. Will also stand my big mule and jennet jack on same terms. S. T. POWELL, Hutonville, Ky. -- Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds: Call and Get Some. . 1-- We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this at 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. West End Folks Rex Coal Black Star Black Crescent All hot, free Burners No FRESH MEATS, GROCERIES, BREAD, GAR-DEFRESH VEGESEEDS, TABLES 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 raon- - fln .BnPPBBm B. Campbell, Stanford. Visit ssPssKr jgl'4- Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c -- ' T Exposition San Francisco San Diego Panama California Exposition s Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via Whowant N LbnlUlCEMBNT has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability1. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN tc CO. ) For full information, see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway or write B.H.Todd, District Passenger Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Ky. J Couthern Railway Frem ier Carrier of the South rBuy Gold MedaH The, Sere GrowMfKiad HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers and Dealers w soot, few ashes Cvr ' mA W. H. LAIR, HUSTONVILLE, :.Ky5 v I ' REX GOAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., neia SE&S OO. High - Class Monuments. Original Desigas smd Preaapt Service Gmrsmteeil Quality CmumcUmi at aH Granite aa4 MarUe QwarrUe. Ofice and Wrks e Cemetery HiH. Clesee! ea Saturdays -- BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. J. , SiccMr to E. B. Denham f T . . J , S, y ii4 fsWall kk ''try 'Pr4M. , Cash ' ef Coun- ' , . l ,-. ' ' heal Ibet'telryM.wrttM LCIMWLI C C 4 4 Bey tfcK from year K I Telep)Me lfri STANFORD .; :v KENTUCKY v, ri , ?: vH -;- . r 1 (' 'J Ik. - t. ! v'!WfitlJsi3f&-J,'- r ' i"'. ' "T Et" dht. V. - 1 m -' i l i f i', 1 - ' ;r- - r" & frl n C . - : - T. fi V L ' , ,: - ..V . , IT li T . ' -, -- V Tr' . V " i : 7.C9H E5?. 9fe4"-0'' fe- e- i 7 r , '" v ,.. Vei- .? - :' ' ";'"-- . . - ill tf - JfPteQB lfe JV " f ' L5l i i ' r 3 - .srafJr 3k' f r ' js$. L,3t -- & t v- - '.JB&M1H re' "-- v'T!' - b v ' .HP!lp5?afi AC ;vuf- &.; l- - ".v...-.-? T.i J'(. '; ... -- i , K .- - ssa: cntucky, Friday, . ; t: . OR -- April 2, 1915 Journal wc - - W FIRST SECTION Tuesdays and Fridays RUMORS r' kuL f "0 -- WXYfcAi .v-- '. r .;'' '"If. -:- ' 'tV 4 f;i--- r, CMtwBoogft y.vT?ioa'. -L6calt r:Men Puk Matter -- iVrr r - ' rf:-'.- . ' . ,Voi--l- o -- - at Lexington. -t, Meetia; Delegations from nearly all of thev; . 'Central Kentucky counties left today to attend the meet; 5hg of the Governor's Conference when it "is provable that the route for the much discussed Dixie High- '-- way "mil, be'declded upon. The Dixie Highway is to be. a inodel road connecting: the north with the southern . .states, and according to most of the plans advanced will run from Chicago to Chattanooga. Louisville is a making a strong effort to have the route come her way but Lexing-to- n also wants it. If the tentative .plans are cairied out the route will be laid directly through Lincoln county. Plans for road, building in the central Kentucky counties which ivill be crossed were discussed at, a meeting in Lexington earlier in .the week. The Lexington Leader said' of -- fX c' K t f Stanford School Honor Roll. OPEN SEASON WITH VICTORY Primary Walker Anderson, Mary Atchley, Dollie Beck, Katherine Beck, Local High School Team Defeats Everett Brummett, Joe Brackett, Lu-ci- le West End Boys by 15 to 5. Dunn, Lewis Warner, Mary Nunnelley. Tbetatements will be compiled, The Stanford High School team into an "argument to be. presented to 1st Grade Ethel Atchley, Zella went to Hustonville Wednesday and the Chattanooga conference of GovBarnett, Charlie Blankenship, Beat- played the first game of the season, ernor's oh April 3, as being the most rice Camenisch, Jimmie Daly, Boyd opening auspiciously with a victory. logical and mst convenient route for Gover, Winona Hill, Delia Mitchell, Stanford started scoring in the first ihe Dixie Highway to take across Dollie Walls, Adelia Walker. inning and scored in almost every ' Kentucky on its way from Florida to' 2nd Grade Eula Bowers, Annell . frame until the end of the game. Joe Chicago. Carson, Eunice Pepples, Mattie Mae T. Embry was easily the star of the i'The several counties in the tier, to- Preston, Thelma Walls, Viola Hill, game. Although playing in a new po- jjether with private subscriptions and. Sabra Walker, Irene Livingston, sition, he showed his old form by city appropriations in the towns jumping in to a hedgs fence and Fred Bauman, Jesse Long, James passed, and with State aid which has Welch Pepples, Hatler catching a hard driven liner. been asked under the new law, will Lephew and Wood showed their Smith. spend. approximately $200000 on good 3rd Grade Emma Brackett, Jen- ability in their respective positions, xoads this year, and by far the greatnie Barnett, Eddie Baughman, Olga very few were hitting Lephew, and er part will be spent upon a great Caminisch, Jack Gover, Thomas Hat- very few stealing on Wood. trans-Stat- e road, built according to Stanford has the hardest hitting cher, Sadie Kincaid, Susie Rankin, the specifications" and under the suCharles Reed, Mary Louise Stone, team it has had for several years, all pervision of the State Department of Dorothy Tribble, Frances Traylor, of the recruits heing extra good swatPublic Roads; ters. The team goes to Danville SatJames Turpin, Lucile Walker. The session was held under the urday to play their the 4th Grade Ollie Atchley, Kather- deaf and dumb boys. old rivals,game chairmanship of Edwin L. Quarles, The first ine Bruce, Frances Fish, Adolph Cam at home will be played on next secretary of "the Lexington Board of enisch, Lee Davis Fisher, Reba Gover, Thursday, April 8, with Hustonville. Commerce, and "Mr. Quarles was also named chairman of a committee Talbert Gover, Nellie Mitchell. A good game will, of course, ensue. which is to 'compile and publish at 4th Grade Mary Katherine Hock- The box score of Wednesdays game once the road conditions and the his-er Mary Gilbert Powell, Adelaide is as follows: torical and scenic advantages of the Proctor, Lelia Cook Raney, Albert AB R H PO A E Stanford route selected. The committee is Von Gruenigen. 41010 Wood, c composed also of J. H. Grimes, of 5th Grade Elizabeth Greer, Jose- J. Embry. 3b . 5 2 1 3 0 Harrodsburg; J. P. Ford, of George4 2 0 10 1 1 phine Gooch, Katherine Brady, Mat- - Gover, lb town; Ben V. Smith, of Somerset; W. Belle Kincaid, Marguerite Pettus, S. Embry, 2b . 5 2 1 7 4 0 tie T. Simmons, of Williamsburg, and B. 0 0 42 Warren, Frank - .Ca mden, Shanks, If C. Stoll, of Lexington. ristian church Sun- - nery business at Lancaster. They re- Isabella Ballou. .M1W 5 1 21X Marjory Hill, ss are almost as scarce as hen's teeth in Another German spy is saidto have follows: Sunday quest the patornage of their former The reservation was made lor a Stanford right now. Until, he is able been discovered and executed in the 4 2 1 1 0)0? ..,.3 ship. Noe, cf 6th Grade Be special sleeper to leave Lexington for to find a house, Mr. Bailey will make reaching and com- - customers and desire new ones. 1- - 0 y 0 0 '0 1 iucille Cash, cf Henry Baughman, Chattanooga on the night of April 1, nis nome wim nis iamer, ,j uage jus Tower of London.' Germans execu10:45; preaching 0 0 0 01 1 2 Carter, Joseph W rt Mc- - Tucker, rf ted seventeen Be, IgWHWit? spies m, servnKi on the Queen and Crescent railroad, P. BaileyiiC 30: Special DeciBuried at Hustonville. aflKats7:ollowing teachingfcaneyiXGoleman, -here. Mr. Cormack. Woods g to Lop- jind arrangements were made forniel "Kniley wfce jHS apartmejjs ford man,. the Ghent barracks, sion The remains of Jesse T. Hocker. JSinil rGanenttjchy' 7 "0 31 Lephew p its. iormernn heselwere' i oi don dispatches. Mi egaies irom a numoer oi tne craef !;SuXvsch.h' - Unorltk oxwnae treatrrac jJallas, Ttate, James Ba:MBHMlnViorgan mm. w tfS. fov&uH -back m interested to take the tram here. m Ittrr iimiii'rnoanlrrWUrlc -.. Hh here uusi cnurcu oun- Texas, was made in Tuesday's I. J., Baughman, Marga etfln9BK 5 tiic 38 15 7 27-1-4 rtiaL;UAf day, Total v- -aMLlay School at 9:30 were brought here Wednesday night The statements which were mil'- EsVVliqf espionage for the Alii Ml With Italy 7 th Urade so WL11MHSP) v le xa i irWiP tC AB R H PO A E jnIWJy5-l- c. Hustonville a. 11 a. m., subject to the home of his brother, Will R. Gose Smith, Georg Sa- on tne orinK oi war x.ne pusi, jew i fc f h montinc tViis mnrnincr stirtwerl 320 1 1 4 Conway, 2b Man," Luke 12: Hocker, and oh yesterday were taken die Wearen, MarySWI Hoc- r .BL Vi i V1torvoc? tmifa fM Inn tiyi succedKJHSluynishBhb,. and weeks, it is claimed tha"the Italian io 01 3 1 2 11 2 0 McMullin, p ice, 7:30, subject, to the Hustonville cemetery and laid ker, Mary Hill Garma clothi ' posed Dixie Highway is olice found spies had tapped the tel- 410012 more com state, Mem- - to rest. uKe 5:1-1Deceased was 56 years old 8th Grade Carrie Davis, Sarah Riffe, c phone wires running into the War 300112 plete than is generally supposed. present at all and his death was brought about by Sampson, Mary Brackett, Slyvia Sandidge, ss be office. 20 4 10 Beginning with Grant county, the strong team a invited. pneumonia. Mr. J. C. McClary con- Farmer, Ruby Hilton, May Belle Thomas, cf 40204 Peace talk is more insistent than IPiWSpxTety of the Presby ducted the services at the grave. Eads, 3b Scott county line to Lexington, the The Cost of Foot and Lyon, Sara Cormney, Hester Ander- Barnett, 4 since the war started, but those who 1 1 10 1 road in Fayette county is in excellent a cordial inson, Earle Baughman, Will Ashlock, Bell, If lb A dispatch from Washi IIHHVO know how well Germany is prepared terian church extends People's Soci40000 condition, and that the county road to the Young vitation County Auto Truck Here. Sam B. Craig. 40000 engineer is completing plans for the that the full extent of the fig nKde to withstand a starvation siege be- eties of the other churches to be The auto truck bought by the counFreshman Leonard Ballard, Eliza- Lair, rf reconstruction of the pike from Lex- in the various states infected in or- lieve that unless Austria is annihila- present next Sunday evening, April ty to used in carrying bridge and beth Carter, Tilden Cooper, Annie V. 34 5 6 27' 11 8 ington to the Jessamine county line. der to arrest and eradicate the foot ted, there will be no peace for an 4, at 6:45, to hear Miss Esther Burch road material to and fro, has arriv- Craig, Francis Embry, Rachel Hill, Total This highway will be one of the best and mouth disease is now just made other year or two yet, unless Ger- read "The Lost Word," by Van Dyke. ed and Road Engineer McKee Riffe Annie R. Powell, Clarence Singleton, Stolen bases; Conway, Riffe, SanEmbry, Gover, S. improved in the entire system and apparent in connection with the re- many dictates the terms. Sir Ed- At this time Sam Embry will give is as proud of it as a boy is of his Cora B. Trostle, Gene Wood, Thelma didge, Barnett, J. will be built at a cost of approximate- ports of work done. In Kentucky for ward Grey says that the complete some echoes from the Nicholasville first pair of red-to- p Embry, Noe 2. boots. Itris of Francis. Two-baTucker, Shanks, ly $24,000. The surface has not been instance, ten counties were infected crushing of Germany, the restoration Convention. Everybody invited. capacity, make, two-to- n Sophomore John Cash, Henley Noe," Conway, hits McMullin, Hill, J. Emdetermined upon but will be either and 82 herds. A total of 1,651 cattle, of Belgium, and the working out of One of the most successful revivals and runs like a top. It will be of great Cash, Joe T. Embry, Matsy Grimes, 216 sheep, 728 swine and one goat, a each nation's government to suit the conducted in Somerset in recent years bry. tarvia, asphalt, concrete or blocks, to grand doing work total of 2,596 animals in Ken- people of the nations are essentials came to a close at the Presbyterian advantage in generally. quickly and Kathryn Harris, Ferdinand Matheny, Home-ru- n McMullen. the Jessamine county line. a great help Jean Paxton, berena Young. The Jessamine county representa- tucky were infected, accordng to re- of a peace that will suit the Allies. church Wednesday evening with Struck out by Lephew 3; by McJunior Bessie Brackett, Lucille tive announced that State aid would ports made up to Feb. 28. The cost It is understood that President Wil- more than 30 additions, to the church Notice to the Public. Dudderar, Gertrude Gaines, Jessie Mullin 8.on balls off Lephew 1; off Fay- in money of the development of the son is getting ready to attempt to roll and the public generally greatly be asked for the extension of the Bases, James I ette county road to Nicholasville and disease in Kentucky reached a total get the warring nations together to benefitted. Twice daily Rev. J. A. ized am informed that some unauthor Hocker, Maggie Rankin, Gover. Trib- McMullen 9. McKinney is acting as ble, Effie Ware, Shirley person of that a fine macadam pike would be of $107,010, one-ha- lf by of which, or talk peace, and has sent an emissarry Trostle, a forceful, convincing speak- my agent and is taking orders for Senior Marv S. Cook. Sallie M. Hit by pitched ball Wood, Embry. the federal abroad to visit in turn each of the er, delivered intensely interesting ser- completed this spring from Nicholas- $53,506 was borne monuments,, claiming they are to be Craig, Ellen M. Holtzclaw, Annie Dagovernment and the other half is to governments to learn what demands mrnc lrwl i4- olmncf ovoi'W coTjioM-Vville to Brooklyn Bridge. Attended Rural Credits Meeting by the state. Of this, the and concessions each must have. He seating capacity of the church was put up by me. This is to inform the vis McRoberts, Bessie Moore, Mary .From the Kentucky river at Brook- be borne my employ Moore Raney, Verna Rout, Mayme Messrs. Sam M. Owens, J. M. Rannot in lyn Bridge, the Mercer county author- federal government paid for animals believes, according to these reports, taxed. On Sunday evening many public that he isno connection what- Singleton, kin, T. C. Rankin, H. D. Frye, W. O. Kate Lynn Wood. slaughtered, $37,951, for the burial some action toward peace if the war were unable to gain admission, so and that he has ities will improve the old State road, monument Walker, A. P. Sloan, Wilson Alexever over which Andrew Jackson traveled of slaughtered animals $930.89, for is to be stopped before the rest of great was the desire to hear him, Harry with my Stanford, Ky. business. 27-l- t. ander, Walter McKinney, Tilford Jacobs, HIGH SCHOOL NEWS. property necessarily destroyed $383, Europe becomes involved. The Pres- and his word picture of Christ and on horseback to Covington, and the and W. C. Pettus, all of Mercer county representative dwelt for disinfection and miscellaneous ex- ident has been hampered by many the crucifixion was one of the most The high school boys are invited to Alexander David Rankin and W. T. Lincoln, and Fair Directory Meets Tomorrow. penses, $2,829.04. In each instance, who wished to get some beautiful ever delivered. Rev. upon the attraction which the historic t. The directors of the K. of P. fair take part in the Track and Field Doolin, of Garrard, all friends of the the features of Harrodsburg and the as pointed out,sum. state will have to advertising as the one to set on foot the pastor, has been ably as to be held at Stanford Aug. 18, 19 Meet which is to be held at Central editor of the Lexingtonian, were here That is, if the the move that stopped the war and sisting Rev. Trostle. Somerset Jour Shaker settlement even now have for pay a similar 20, is called to meet at the office University, Danville, on April 30. The Saturday to attend the meeting of tourists. Private funds have been next session of the Kentucky legisla- made peace for the greatest war of nal. Dr. Trostle returned from bom-ers- and the First National Bank at two boys are going to accept and will ex- the stockholders of the Kentucky Ruraised to have this pike shaded on ture will make an appropriation for all time. very much delighted with the of tomorrow, Saturday after- pect to get some of the medals that ral Credits Association, of which they the purpose. both sides for a considerable part of Action in the Dardanelles is heavily people there and with the excellent o'clock,April 3rd. Business of impor- are to be awarded the winners. are members and enthusiastic supnoon, in favor of the Turks to date. It is treatment accorded him. its length in Mercer county. The tance is to be transacted. It looking Seniors and their friends are porters. Lexingtonian. Mr. T. C. Crab Orchard Distillery Sold. believed now that several other ships The road will be built partially by forward to Friday evening, Rankin was made a director of the The old Crab Orchard Distillery, in than those admitted by Britain were State aid to the Boyle county line, April 9th, with great anxiety. ' On Association and the selection was an The Rook Club. Will Start the Ball. give the where it will be extended to Danville. which thousands upon thousands of sunk and so badly damaged that they After three weeks of adjournment H. V. McChesney, candidate for the that date this class will The Danville people, proud of the gallons of whisky have been made, will be out of commission for some Mrs. John S. Baughman was the hos- democratic nomination for governor, "Merchant of Venice," at the opera excellent one. fact that their town was the first has been sold to Edmiston Bros., the time. The Afric is one believed to tess of the Rook Club on Tuesday af- will open his campaign at Louisa, on house. Complete Display of Hats at C. O. capital of the state, and of its fine energetic Crab Orchard merchants, be sunk, and the Amethyst was so ternoon. Quite an enjoyable after- Monday, April 12. This will be the The Seventh and Eighth Grades are We have on display a comcollege, have seen to it that Boyle but it is safe to say that they will not badly crippled that she will be out of noon was spent, it seeming to be all going to present "The Heavenly what we line of spring county has 30,000 in its treasury use the plant for the manufacture of service for some time, according to the more enjoyed because it had not first gun of campaign predict will be Twins" at the graded school audito- plete and that has been rium on Saturday, April 3rd, at 8 and summer hats. New ones will be to continue the Dixie Way and an ad- "bug juice." The distillery was own- Berlin cables, which .also state that met for some weeks. The attractive the hottest ' ditional $10,000 will be asked from ed by Cincinnati parties, who sold it the Allied vessels were unable to house was beautifully decorated .in waged in Kentucky in years. o'clock p. m. The proceeds of this showed at our store at Crab Orchard the State, which will take the road to for the small sum of $550. It is prob- really get into the Straits at all, and yellow buttercups and white hyaplaylet will be invested in books for each week and we cordially invite the Skating Rink for Stanford. public to call and see them. Mrs. able that the purchasers will convert that when they did attempt it, they cinths, yellow and white being the Lincoln county. John H. Woner will open in a few the library in each of these rooms. Wm. Pettus & Mrs. J. L. Francis, Lincoln county is holding confer- the building and machinery into a were driven back with terrific loss. color scheme. A delightful luncheon days a skating rink in the hall over The little play given by the Fifth 27-- 2 ences for a concerted road building canning factory, and if so it will be a Seven warships, besides those sunk, and Sixth Grades a few weeks ago Crab Orchard. the conclusion of the State Bank. He will movement with Pulaski county. There splendid thing for the people of the were laid up at Lemnos Island, ac- was served atsubstitutes for the af- the box ball outfit there, also install was a success and these rooms algames. The WAYNESBURG is already a good road from Boyle East End. It will not only give em- cording to these reports, and the ternoon were Mrs. J. C. Hays, Mrs. his be something doing a and there ready have about forty new bo'oks in porgood-size- d county to Stanford. From Stanford ployment to a force of "forcing" of the Dardanelles is Alfred Pence, Mrs. Pickett, Mrs. E. J. will of the day and night. good their library as a result of this play. Mr. H. Mitchell, of to the Pulaski line, the highway will workmen, but will be a splendid mar- checked for the time being. Prob- Brown and Misses Bell Denny and tion The graded school enjoyed the little was here last week and Junction a City, erected nice pass thru Crab Orchard, at which ket for the truck gardeners of that ably no serious effort will be made Mary -- Bruce. Mrs. Albert Severence visit paid them by the T. U. Glee monument at the grave Dance Tonight. of C. C. contact has been made with the section of the county. The Crab Orch- to force the position until land was the winner of the highest score. Wednesday afternoon, point Club on Stanford young people 'and many and as a last of the same, a num- Gooch and one at grave of the little Boone Way. The people of Crab Or- ard distillery was built shortly after forces in sufficient number are landed result from the surrounding towns are ber of the students attended the son of Mr. and Mrs. V. G. McKenzie. . chard will add $o,000 to the road the war and for more than 40 years to take the forts from behind, exRook. Club. Dixie lookiher forward to a dance at Odd Mr. S. P. fund. "Old Crab Orchard Whisky," known perts believe. concert given at the opera house that Mr. Mitchell has him at thisShoop seplace. curing orders for The Dixie Rook Club was most Fellows' Hall tonight A saxophone evening. Crab Orchard the highway is and sought for the country over, was bread From Vienna was the scene of a thef music one. will Mr. W. F. Camden is very ill with to drop due south to Pulaski coun- made there. The original purchasers riot recently, the police being called beautifully entertained by Miss of its vtrio Hvill furnish undone to and noth Quite a number of the high school Lucy make the students have been absent the past be left Master Orville Gooch is visiting his ty line. Pulaski county has raised of the distillery are still making the out to put down the mobs. A cloth most attractive members, on Lancas- ing evening an enjoyable one. grip. Lee Walton at her home $10,000 by public subscription, brand and find ready sale for it in scandal has been unearthed in Hunweek on account of illness. Some of aunt, Mrs. Tom Hutchinson in Ludafternoon. The 000 is in the county road fund, and nearly every State in the Hnion, al- gary also, it is said, firms supplying ter street yesterdaypreceding those absent were James Tribble, low. Easter MT. HEBRON. an additional fund will be available though it has been years since any of the army with uniforms substituting nrettv afternoon Petery ano children are Elizabeth Stagg,- Leon Davis, Nancy, bonnets new Easter Mr. Mack Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sims and chilthrough the State aid law. it was made in the Blue Grass State. shoddy goods and cutting them short. brought many and most oi tne mem- about well again. K. McKinney, Annette Wearen, Mat- dren, of Somerset, are visiting the gowns out,Wilkinson and The Pulaski road will lead thru Whether Italy is merely "bluffing and The guests for Mr. Jessie Carrier and wife, of sy Grimes, Gertrude home folks at this place. Somerset to the Cumberland river Transylvania G. C. Makes Good. and attempting to get peace without bers were present. Mesdames Wil- Nashville, were visiting relatives in Clinton Coleman. Master Glenn Morgan Across the river, the Wayne county A full house greeted the Transyl- entering the war is a question that the afternoon were primary grades are enjoying cousins, Ansel and Aris visited his The Severance," Singleton, plans to Improve the high- vania Glee Club at the opera house is puzzling some of the keenest wai liam Severance, Albert Cooper, W. H. this section last week. fiscal court play S. has just returned their new to be apparatus very much. the first of the week. McRoberts, G. B. 3fr. Jasper-Ri- ce way thru Monticello, and to rebuild Wednesday night and enjoyed to the students. For weeks the Italian gov- J. the thing they have It seems Deputy Sheriff Edmund Murphy in modern fashion a long stretch thru fullest the program wnich was carried ernment has been on the brink of Embry, Lucy Miller Bartley and Hiss home, after a short visit to his father needed for a long time. was here Tuesday. Emma Hays. Miss Levis'a Harris and'mother. the old Mill Springs battlefield, for out There are some excellent voices going to war, according to Rome Embry, Jr., Sam The, of Frank Kidd is captain J. the Stanford was elected Mrs. Durward Singleton of Danwhich State aid will be asked. The in the club and .all of the members High School Italy has. been buying mil- won the highest score, winning levcry staying little infantKidd's. of at Marion At the conclusion, of the ville was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. road will be taken to the border of showed careful training. Besides be- lions of bushels of U. S. wheat, be- game. enjoyable and elaborat-- game team this week. salad Mrs James Johnson is improving baseball C. Singleton Thursday. Clinton county, where it will be tak- ing good singers, there was a very sides coal, arms and other war sup, almost after a bad spell of sickness. Mr. George Padgett is very ill at course was' served. en up by the Clinton county author- clever reader who added much to the plies. Mobilization and calls for re Judge Armstrong Dead. Mr. JNelson . oiler and Charlie the home of his daughter, Mrs. Hay-de- n is already a good road evening's enjoyment The little serves have peen sent out, put.stiu ities. There Judge Charles T. Armstrong-- , aged Oaks were, the guests of W M. Rice Take Care of the Children. Leach. to Albany, and the people of that farce which was next to the closing no war! The wheat market has re90, is dead in Danville. He was one Sunday.Mr. Stanley Dumas was in Lexingstated in the meeting, number was laughable and "fatty's" acted strohely for the past week, in 'A lingering cold, distressing cough; county, it was Mrs. "Clara. Oaks. Jost a cow recent- of the most substantial citizens of the ton Saturday. will take a pride in seeing that the many predicaments brought forth anticipation of Italy's entering the sleenlees niehts.- - a! raw, inflammed n condition ly. MrsElmary Oaks lost one about county and one of her best business ' .throat lead to a is built from Albany much mirth. The Woman's Club war and ending it. best of roads '. U1 men. Most of his life was spent on a Our "Jitney" Offer Tki and 5c, xi. ,;,' the, same time: to the Tennessee line, where it will brought the attraction here and, beThe parcel post shipments of food " Honey, Warren and Otis Apt farm near Perryville, tbut he resided MasterEarl be joined with the Dixie Highway as sides giving our people a" treat, came to foreign nations has, caused some contagious diseased. Foley's Lincoln a few years, where he DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this home from Berea, have comes up from the south. out to the good (financially and the activity on the part of our PbstOf-fic- e and Tar is truly healing and prompt where returned,have been, attending in it made many friends, who held, him in slip, enclose with, five cents to Foley they speakers at the meet- money will be spent, for, the bettergeneral; confer- in action. It relieves coughs, colds, Department' A' Several of the high esteem.. His wife died many & Co., Chicago, HI.,, writing yeur ence, of postal officials yras, recently cfpupand whooping cough. ..Contains" school. ing disclaimed any intention of pre- ment of "Stanford. ' years-agbut three children, includ- name and address clearly. Yoh wHlHere Rey. Godby will preach. j held in Washington at which it was no opiates, sow aiverywnere.. judice toward any other comanity Sunday. ing 'Mrs. B. T. Weed, of Danville at receive in rSturn a trial package con or section which might be also interA mother and daughter "married planned to "do, everything possible to, Mxfm. M. Beck, has aeld oft part whoee home-h- e died, sarvive'the good taining Feleys Heney and. Tar Comof Represenested in the construction of the Dixie twin brethers in Loafoviile the .ether held! down the neutrality " of-..- . ,thk " Tfte .tenneesaa, pound, for coughs, colds, and croup, La Ihis-farand enneoaa genUwnan. at ' Highway. day. The setter gave her age as 24 country. r Jiew ,regtotMns.'arejai tatives mtcUmM tk4 " ?juv Jasper ''--- .an acre... .:-!- . .. ir- I Foyel Kidney PQls, and Feley.Cathar- ' juci, ift oi "There cannot be twe roads, ran--' and the v daughter as 21. , Strange peeked ,withj a fw days regardiijc pan fafture aatf V. Let the 1.; J. de your jefc pchu ting, tie Tablefer. Sold Sverywhere. on fee Somerset read; beitght ;te toffif TewM ning in different directions and betk things happen dews in the Falls City. afceel well-im--rproved vice-president, . Hub-bleGhristiar -". Mc-Corma----. The representatives of ten coun.-- " ties which extend across the State from the OhigrHiver to the Tennessee line met this morning at the offices , of the Board of Commerce, and statements of the road build- -' ing' plans which their respective .counties have taken up for the construction of ; a continuous; turnpike across the Stale. ' ;sub--jnitt- ed the matter: f SPECIAL COURT a.?JMEXTWEEKV. i niiiiriiiiiT mn icago department stores HOLDS COURT OF INQUIRY JM, special waterproof paper way,i!d.,ori'e,:6fi tiii speakers:at the rTliJ' . ' .,A.- s.3 mamwA t odstuffs to go across the- Charges Are Made That Pop Is Sold HeW HuUon To Bmmi&iFQrMtik rice, noodles, tea, coshoiiia - ,run'tbru the BliiegrasB region t. ing Father-in-Lavr,-at Highland on Sunday. JX' Bur'ioa, "Itkd 'State blecauie p .the "beauty Poresarves' and other foodstuffs, of pounds, have iotiin;'exfess: of ten oir oe .natural scenerv. tne maemn- Judge several cases TYHawuai'Ofl Pai v r Ka jmanffjMifl, interest is "w ct'eitat4;;the attractive townSj and in. Much'special term beingcbrcuit'wart: Tioam aadress across cola water. cotif rt " There were wxu tuw,i in nn?: "r t Potior' , xuuiauaj, of the any tne More Coffey, "" colored, who his the "whole country holds. In addi- wmehwill be held,.'6 here beginning than 8j0 it), .packages of food have wife's home against herentered and wishes nextTiiesday, April for Jthe; purpose been, sentm the last four days, actional to these, .reasons, we have a . West cording toPaul F. Meuller, editor of was attempting to. strike her when her large amount, of. perfect highway al- of trying Henry Hudson,-v?th- father-in-layoung son shot him in the neck, was Egdifarmer, who shot his "the Abndjost. ready built or money appropriated to IT. Ti Burton to death'there a few V. S. 'Snippers of Norwegian car held in a peace bond of $250. build. Bud Smith, charged with disturbing "We believe that a Dixie Highway months ago.. In additiomto therjeeiilar goes, are t!be awarded $600,000 by the Methodist which omits the. blucgrass would 'be prosecuting omcers,: two, ..oonierj$e a" British'fze court, which has de- religious worship atwas tried before attorneys of prominence, Aave been cided on cargoes of wheat shipped on church at Highland, a misnomer, but even if we. do not engaged '.to assist in the; prosecution Norweigian 'x steamers for Germany, a jury and acquitted. He would likeget1 the label, we will build, the road of Hudson by Burton's relatives, it Shippers staje that delays are made ly have gotten a fine had he not told anyway, and we will stand ready to and Hudson will be .de- so that inTu'Se the prize court rules of his poverty, his anxiety to raise encourage any othr section which fended, by a distinguished array of' le- that the, caoto may procend, the car- a tobacco crop, havrnr burned a bed, may secure the Dixie Highway, to gal talent also. go. willvi)e,Jtforthless for the enemy, etc. .It worked like a charm on the connect with us." A special petit jury was drawn out having rot&d in the meantime. The jury. All of the delegates xo the conferBud Masterson was tried at ence ate lunch at the Phoenix Hotel of the wheelcase,the last term of court IpacTavis hoYv before the French prize ing a hog from Will Goode, for stealalso colto try this .thenamesof those couix, naigMtj ueen ueciueu to ue a following which the committee desig ored. There was not sufficient proof ..- Mvra V..W Jvalid' seizurT The Dacia was loaded to hold him. nated went to work on the prepara .L..W. as XJiyens, D., M. rith being cottbhJid bound for Germany. A court of inquiry was held at tion of data, which will be sent to Anderson,folows: J. A. Brofc Vinisent, hedd of the Val de the Governor of Kentucky and takall Gooch, W. v. jsi. jfeavynouse,P. w. u. Mun-seR. Singleton, B. Grace Military Hospital, says he has which 30 or 40 witnesses were exof the other governors invited to the C. Mobley, W.' C. Alford, Paul discovered ii antitoxin for cholera. amined. As a result two writs were Chattanooga confehvncc. It is ex Wheelissued for Dave pected that this" ,data will be com-- t Jesse, W. B. McKinney,C. JR.H.Bennett, The. :dangert)f a summer epidemic is land section, forBurton, of the Highselling pop on Suner; B. W. McGuffey, now'rempyajb he says. pleted within a day or so. and nam L. H. Lynn, J. M. Carter, T. D. New-lanGerjfen steamship Odenwald day. Several more will be issued fof The phlets will he ready for' genera! dis-- " reparties who have A: B. Morgan Jacob Nance, W. tnbution at the Coherence. Those H. Lair, George Perkins, J. B. Ca- - was stoppeahy U. S. warships when ligious worship. been disturbing steaming'Iomof San Juan, Porto who were present included the fol H.Hfg-gin- s, T. J. Hill, Jr., represented the counMack Petrey Gregory lowing; W- - C. Cullcins,, Secretary. menisch, W-- . Miller, W. P..W. W. Kincaid, A. has instru,ctjd the United States Dis-tr- ct ty in the absence of County AttorChamber of Commerce, Cincinnati; M. Leece, J.. H. McRoberts, J., F. at San Juan to insti- ney W. S. Burch, who has been conn, J. W. Porter, Lexington; George Leathers, R. C. Niinnelley, B. E. Hor-to- n, tute Att6rif libel proceedings against the fined to his bed by illness for several Harrodsburg; W. T. Simmons, J. Bailey, John S. steamshipV hich attempted to clear weeks. J. G. "Wiliiamstown ;' John P. Ford, George Carpenter,- Gover, W C. -S. Coffman, DaVe without ce&nce papers. town; 'J. B. Ward, Georgetown; H. Daugherty. C. E. Officers. C. King, Lexington: Ben V. Smith", The meeting in .Nicholasville of the NEWSTX THE CHURCHES. W. Johnson,.' Somerset; George LATEST WAR NEWS. SV societies of the Eighth District ChrisGeorgetown;, L. R. Hughes, btanford7 Rev. CsH Greer will preach at tian Endeavor elected the following Cecil. Williams, Somerset; Mr. Allen, The Bear is stirring from his win- -' Real's GreekYnext Sunday afternoon officers for the ensuing year: PresLexington ;,R.W. Davis, Lexington;! ter's hibernation.and Russia is ready at 2:30 o'clock. ident, D. F. Sebastian, Berea; vv. Li. .shearer, Aionticello and Alba- to attempt to crush Austria "with 'the - Dr. J.. AwTjostle will preach at the Robert Kinnaird, Lancasny; Sr Featherston, Lexington: J. H.' fall of Pxzemysl and the taking' of Prebyteriaiichurch next Sunday ter; secretary, Sam Embry, Stanford; .Grimes, Harrodsburg; H. Giovannoli, 120,000 prisoners that were starved morning anilevening. treasurer, Miss Kathleen O'Connor, Lexington; J. Jt. Williams, jNicholas-vill- e; into submission. This srreat fort Harrodsburg; Junior Department, There willbe a social at the Cr N. Smith, Danville; E. L. cost Austria 170,000 men, according' church on Saturday Miss Katherine Wagner, NicholasMartin, , Lexington; Bichard Stoll, to Russian dispatches, disease and Lexington r W. H. Roberts, Danville; bullets taking what were not includ- night next fjj'in 8 to 10 o'clock. Ev- ville; Lookout Committee, J. A. Sanders, Nicholasville; Prison Work, E. H. Taylor Danville. ed in the prisoner's of war. The num- erybody is invited to attend. ber of men it cost Russia is proble- ? ;Rev. W. Ej Arnold will hold Quar- Miss Florence Christopher, Burgin. Carroll Bailey Comes to Stanford matic. The siege lasted 18,7 ''days'.. terly Meeting here on Sunday, April Death of Young Woman. Mr. J, Carroll Bailey, of Crab Or- This capture opens the doors of Aus- 11, preaching both morning and evening. Miss Louisa Routen, daughter of .$ chard, who recently bought a part- tria to Russia, and already the Bear is Presbytery meets at the Presby- Henry Routen, died at the home near nership with H. J. McRoberts' gents reaching for Cracow, "the next stratterian churte at Hustonville next King's Mountain Tuesday and was furnishing establishment here, came egic point. Military men claim this Tuesday aiidjDr. J. A. Trostle, of laid to rest in the Pleasant Point budown from fhe East End the first Of is the most important capture of the this city, wis begin a protracted rying ground in the presence of a rethe week to enter actively into his war, not excluding Antwerp, as it at-tt- t church on the Thurs-- : large number of friends at two o'duties here. Since buying here, he leases considerable Russian forces meeting day following has been remaining at the Crab Or- and opens the doors to Cracow, and, 'On account' of the absence of the clock Wednesday afternoon. She had chard bank to introduce his succes- the plains of Hungary. The Rus- - pastor, Rev. IP. L. Bruce, who is at been ill for a long time of tubercular trouble. Miss Routen was about sor as Cashier there, Mr. E. H. Skiles sians lacked the great siege guns that Spring to the people of the East End. Mr. the Germans used in the western' 'the bedsidejof his father at services 18 years old and was a bright and popular girl. Bailey says that Mr. Skiles is a fine 'zone, and they also wished' to, keep City, Tenri.,'the communion young man in every way and is al- down the loss of life to the min.imum, ,to'haye beeriheld Sunday morning at church have been Formed Partners. ready making many friends among so the siege was allowed to drag along Mrs. Wm. Pettus and Mrs. J. L. the East End people. So far Mr. Bail- until it reached the starvation stage. postponed. ;vt At the Methodist church next Sun- Francis, who have been popular milliey has been unable to find a suitable The fortifications were destroyed, the house in Stanford in which to make guns broken up; and the mmunitJQn day the Sunday School will meet at ners at Crab Orchard for several his home and his attractive family and stores burned before the garri-,so- n 9i30 a. m. JJreaching at 10:45 a. m. years, have combined their stocks of Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Eve- goods and wil have just one store. broke out the white flag. will remain at Crab Orchard in their ning Services' at 7:15 p. m. Every Mrs. Pettus will have charge of the home there until he can find a place The spy systems of the, various here for them which he hopes to be countries involved in the war .are the ope most cojrdially invited to all ser- - establishment at Crab Orchard, while Mrs. Francis wil continue her milliable to do .very soon, though houses cause of considerable news jlkst week. vicesUaaJtfBH known offickilk'v'as IHe 'DixieHfeh- -. -' . :ifH .f j- .'. vtit - 1 Y. r :vTvr . vt -- w yj d, Bo-ho- Government Stallion Here Again Hamilton Chief, the government stallion which has been doing stud duty in Lincoln for the past few years has again been assigned to this county by Government authorities. Dr. R. G. Lawton, in charge of the Third horsebreeding district comprising Kentucky and Tennessee, has announced that the 12 government remount stallions awarded by the government at this point point had been assigned as follows: Saddle stallion, Young Bill, Mt Sterling; saddle stallion, Jesse Dass ano? standard bred Sigler at Falmouth; saddle stallion Hamilton Chief at Stanford; saddle stallion Beechwood Chester at Heitch-fielstandard bred stallion The Tribesman at Dixon; standard bred Begue, at Henderson; standard bred Twilight M., at Kevil; saddle stallion Captain Peary at Clinton; standard bred Loyal D. and saddle stallion Fair Acres King at Gallatin, Tenn. These stallions are provided by the government for the purpose of siring foals which will be suitable for military use. Their service is free, but the government retains an option on the foal. The stallions during the winter off season are kept at the Lexington trotting track and the offices of the Third district are in Lexington. Last year the eleven government remount stallions served 804 mares in the Third district d; OF BANK ROBBERS Cause Citizens Along Q. & C. to Arm G. H. Floyd's Store Robbed. A report got current Tuesday that six men, said to be bank robbers, were on No. 5, the southbound passenger on the Q. and C, and they were heeled for business. Two of the men got off at Junction, two at Moreland and two at McKinney, the report goes. Bankers at those towns were notified and most of Tuesday night was spent by the officials of those institutions watching for the fellows. Citizens in some of the towns who had not used fire arms for years are said to have gotten them in readiness and each stranger who came within the gates was questioned closely. The night passed and none of the banks were molested. But G. H. Floyd, a merchant at the little hamlet of Geneva, south of McKinney, did not fare so well. His store was broken into and his goods thrown from the shelves and badly handled generally. The thieves helped themselves to what they wanted and in order to make matters as bad for Mr. Floyd as possible, damaged a lot of his goods. Bloodhounds were secured from Hustonville but the miscreants were not located. Mr. Floyd is a man of very moderate means and the loss falls heavily on him. schoHHb t mpffiHv SHi msmm, IX ra?tfnrf-i'cpre5en- t'j-fVio- f- '"rBM'S iti:m - i I MHHf m.amK "FollieHBh nHB aJHHHI r. 03 wiummiSllEM "FisheKiH bershiHBo serviceHy iHHRis, Kape 1. Arm-Lead- er se - self-booste- rs Tal-bot- et up-to-d- ate - - His-patch- es. run-dow- - -- ,t . , sat-urdaya- nd o - I -- post1pts iM Hy ier !.?- - Z. T- -- e ;ri fi isjxw jr v A - & i I kfr' ju X A V :&' y The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, April 2, 1915 Calendar Says: "Spring Is Here." Well, the days Hie Interior Journal WALTON & SAUFLEY Editors and Managers. YOU ARE WELCOME TO MAKE USE fl A TEAS. 8TBICT1X IN ADVANCE OF OUR are certain- Entered it the poeteffiee at Stanford teeond elate mail matter. REST ROOM ANY TIME AND ALL DANVILLE THE HUB : : VISIT OUR NEWLY ADDED CARPET DEPT. ALL KINDS INGS, FLOOR WINDOW COVERCUR- KENTUCKY THE TIME. TO : : : ly getting longer, and we've heard the sweet notes of the robin and the bluebird, so there cannot be any doubt about it And Easter is at hand. We already have the newest Spring Footwear Styles for Women in our window the very latest fashioned from the foremost John Kelly and Ziegler Bros. Shops. Step in now and select your pair. By the way, we believe these are the most faultless Spring Shoes we ever $3.50 to $6.00. 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. KEBNON, 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. TAKE ELEVATOR SECOND FLOOR Department Store er Pushin Brothers ' TAINS, DRAPERIES, Etc. TAKE ELEVATOR TO THIRD FLOOR. : : : Pre-East- Sale Millinery, V. For Representative in Legislature The New York Legislature has passed a Mother's pension bill, which provides that child welfare boards shall be appointed in every county in the State and in the larger cities, to regulate and award pensions to widowed mothers of minor children in need. In every county not consisting of one city the board shall be named by the county judge, while mayors will select the boards in cities comprising counties. The boards will have the power to pension any widowed mother who is deemed to be the proper person to care for her children. In case where the mother is not deemed a proper person, the children then may be committed to a charitable institution. In granting the pensions, boards could allow only as much money as would be required if the children were sent to a State institution instead of being left with the widowed mother. To class as a misdemeanor the wrong done by falsehood told in ad vertising, is the purpose of a bill now on the way to enactment in the Mis souri Legislature. The measure ex empts from its effects the publisher of the paper or periodical carrying the lying advertisement. It provides a fine and jail sentence for the offender. More and more it becomes not only wise and advisable but necessary to tell the truth in business. The very small minority which persists in misrepresentation gradually is being hemmed in by decent society, and government is taking a hand to pre-tethe public against fakers and liars. ct Women's and Misses' Outer Garments Shoes, Etc. At Central Kentucky's Largest and Most Convenient Store T'V?.i i rr PARKS & HENDREN, DANVILLE, KY, SHOES THAT SATISFY. - " Women's and Misses And Again Easter Suits SPECIALLY PRICED AT Stunning Easter Dresses At $12.50, $15, $19.50 and $25 Beautiful smart dresses in all of the season's clever designs and combinations in Bolero, e Empire and Shirred effects of Pussey-willotaffetas, failles and shepherd checks. Some in the clever suspender effects, or combined with chiffon and Georgette bodice, dresses suitable for either street, afternoon or eve- nmg w ear. And are wonderrul values, at from $ 9.50 to $39.50, our Easter special for this wJmk :, $ 2.50, $ 5.00, $ 9.50 and $25. To lJH andwy on theses dresses does not 'oblige bjppyr fyr'eSS section, second crepe-de-chen- Tf Maxwell Wins! At the Tuscon, Ariz., road race, March 1 $14.50, $19.50 and $25.00 A. 103-mil- e well cars finished st, 2wfihS3Yd. lhe entries included iojn$2$(two Mitchells, Marmon, Moon, Buda, Elmore,g!M&n three Maxwells. 20,jeiVlax-- leiat, Wmffifr The Progressives are growing beautifully less. That party's strength in the next House of Representatives will consist of seven members, com pared with 19 in the last Congress, according to the calculations of Representative Stevens, of California. He says that the seven will confer at the beginning of next session to determine upon a leader and to outline the party program. As the Prpgres-Sive-s head-strinare---a strong-heade- d lot, the chances 5re there will be just seven leaders for Roosevelt's party during the next session at Washington. g, of-n'dfc-u-u shipment of over 00 very newest Suits for Easter arrived by express this week. Most of them are sample suits, assuring our patrons 9 ive aesisrns. These suits are n's most popular materials made of 1 crepe-meteo- r, w Gros-de-londr- es TA- - Get a Demonstration and Join the Happy, Satisfied, Growing Group of Maxwell Users At Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, "---- KENTUCKY Every Road is a Maxwell Road" West Virginia has declared a moratorium. This means that all State offices, from the governor down, will not be paid for their services with promptness and they may have to wait months for their drafts. It also means that all building under construction will be halted and that all supplies for institutions can not be bought except for cash. The main cause for the trouble is the loss of more than $600,000 revenue annually from liquor licenses throughout the State. Another cause may be the mismanagement of the State's affairs by th,e party in power. Legislature will The Arkansas more than likely pass a bill placing a tax of $1 on each mail order catalogue sent into that State. If the bill becomes a law it would be a good idea to place a tax of $5 or $10 on each person buying from the robbing concerns. The bill is intended to protect the local merchant, but it will be quite as much protection for the fel low who sends his money to Chicago or some other city and gets inferior his accom goods at higher prices-thamodating home merchant will sell them on credit for. n s, Gaberdines, Shepherd. includin Checks, and Silk Shuddah Cloth, in SMJ!liM "? nlam t XMbiwnV'' nd theJseas6nfs smartesf trimme ciirttoaell ."The colors are black, navy, oeisna U'AHFL iU nd, putty, green, battle ship errav a; fialrai&ir and white check. These handsome suits are being offered by the very special best stores up to $35. As a we place them on sale this week at $1 4.50, $ 9.50 and $25.00. Come in, see and try on some of these handsome suits, and you will readily see the reason of our very busy suit department. Suit section, second floor. Take' the elevator. . T 1 '1 1 1 1 1 4$ -- tor. mil Spring Coats for women and misses at $3.98, $5.00, $8.50 $9.50, $12.50, $15.00 and $19.50. More than fifty of the snappiest coats arrived by express this week which, together with our regular stock, make our showing the largest had. These coats, suitable to we have-evewear for any occasion, of coverts, gaberdines, serges, novelty checks, silk fallies, and the most popular white Golfines and chinchilla, which are the rage of the large cities. Come in and see these coats. Take elevator for second floor. r Pre-East- er 1 Girls' spring coats, 4 to 5 years, sizes of the season, nobbiest styles and materials and 1 colors, at $3.98, $5.00 and $8.50. A LegsEfc T" "i c-- Fanner, here's a remedy for hon: cholera mat ;S so:a unecr a Icgal (inarantee Bona." How yc-- J aiord to take chances against hosr cholera you c .n cret this remedy on such terms? f . Tr eilASAKSTEEQ CURE TOP t2 tb- - orly to cure and prevent hoc cbctera. It does the work better than other known remedy. If it ;U not, it wni(3 rot be sold on such a strong euaraatee. At AH f rco booklet tellimr untwists. W nto :or RKMKDY COMPANY.how to save your hoes POITRBON Lesincton. Kv. a ' vr. ,Taw7TTWTareaTjax:jcs?2srg;( Is w'i Scurbon Ken Cholera Kesnozly remedy cvr put up that Is jruaranteed any sepa Select Your Easter Hat From our beautiful and spacious millinery department. Hundreds of the smartest and most stylish hats await your approval and selection. Whether it be a smart, close fitting hat, medium sailor or the large pictures que hat that is most becoming to you, we have it here in all the spring color and beauty. Fashioned of all the popular straws and braids, including hemp, Milan hemp barnyard braids, imported leghorns, Milans and the popular Panama. Trimmed with flowers, ribbons, fancy feathers, pins and buckles. We show all the fashionable models and colors of the moment, and very few duplicates, assuring you of an individual style. Our hats, like all our other merchandise, are, moderately priced. Special $3,75, $5, $6.50, $8.50 and $10 hate A number of Fisk & Gage exclusive pattern hats on sale for Easter "wear arrived this week.. A Card to Owners of Rural Telephone Lines - If you have read every copy of the Congressional Record from the begin ning to the er-- of the Sixiv-thiu- l Congress you haven't had much time to devote to other literature. Bound together the Congressional Record makes a book of 32,000 pages, which would be 64 4 feet thick, making a pile of closely printed matter in small type as high as a four-stor- y building. 1-- Select Your improved service. If the owners of rural telephone lines in this see tion are experiencing trouble with their service, we will appreciate their talking the matter over with our Manager or writing us fully. We will gladly do what we can toward helping you improve the condition of your line. We are anxious to see that all. lines owned by other parties and connected with us are kept in such condition as to furnish efficient service. Where the owners of rural lines are responsible for their upkeep, we want to with them. All lines require a thorough overeauling occasionally if the best service is to be obtained. We recommend that every line connected with us be overhauled at least once a year, and that at least one experienced telephone man assist in this work. The cost of this work when divided among all the patrons of the line, makes the amount paid by each man small, and this cost will be more than offset by the co-operate Easter Footwear from our beautiful daylight shoe store which is overflowing with the season's smartest styles of shoes for every member of the family. Especial mention must be made- - of the beautiful styles to be had in the Queen Quality Shoes, Irving Drew Shoes and the Schief-fel-e Shoes for women, misses and children, of which we have an almost endless selection. Prices are $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00. Come in and have our expert fitters properly fit you. The Attorney General of Alabama has givenan opinion that prohibition laws in his State" require the remov al of all signs advertising: saloonfe. Wholesalers are permitted to have signs not more than three inches long, under the Federal law. The law does not define the width of the sign. While James Davis Fort, of Marion, Ind., was celebrating his 100th birthday in a hilarious manner; a son whom, he had mourned as dead for six years, walked in and took part in the festivities. Strange things happen in Hoosierdom. I. it will net about 130,000, after paying his wife's dower of Hutchcraft would be classed as a millionaire rather than a bankrupt show that $15,-000. Sales of the property of R; B. Hutchcraft, of Bourbon, bankrupt,- - in these diggins. A new price record for a single parcel of real estate "was set in .Chir cago "when a lot sold at $15,000! per front foot or $87.46 per square foot. Soil must Joe- mighty rich around the Windy City. - CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATES There are .some, real "dry" ones in New Jersey. Some of the fanaticalprohis there have demanded that the drinking song' be expunged irom "Faust" before it is rendered in that '" - Girls' and Children's Easter Hats in all their dairity loveliness, at, 98c, $1.50, $1,98, $2.50 and up to $5.00. 1 K" , . BOX 339, FRANKFORT, KY. r-.- State."' x - V -- ." v j. P V'4 V . T-V '& ,'' - C '.V- i' -- Wv L H- ,:." ,' j - H' . '!. " ms WS"V- - vt Jt RBJ l i- -- ' : 1 ' -- -- V. tef2?r' .r ,,jV The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, April 2, 1915 Personal and Social April 5. The Mother's Club will nseet in the club rooms at 2:30 o'clock. April 7 The Woman's Club will meet on this date Instead of March 31st, on account of Glee Club April kouse . 9. Heard About Town A Happy Home (Read What Pcruna Did) Sirs. James F. Summitt, No. 1006 East Eighth St., Muscatine, Iowa, writes: "My health was so miserable for years that X was practically an invalid. "We had no family, owlne to my ill health. I was induoed to trive Peruna a trial, and found very quickly that it was helping me. Senior Play at opera Isaac Salem is in the city buying goods. Mr. W. H. Wearen has been quite sick with txmsilitis. Mrs. Adelia "Woods was in Richmond today for a short time. Mrs. J. R. Harris is improving after an illness of several days. Mrs. J. S. Rice left Thursday to visit her mother at Cave City. Will Severance is in the city replenishing his stock of goods. Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., and Miss Rachel Hill were in Danville Saturday. Mrs. Patterson Underwood, of Louisville, is the guest of her brother, EVERY SECTION IN OUR STORE READY for SPRING V t Coe H. Moser, who has had a room in the Myers house for some time, has taken a room at the home of W. K. "Warner. S. B. m gerBuick auto from Conn of Danville, this week. X at Hubble, bought Sanders, the popular o five-passe- n- & Mahan, j s morning with his head bound up in cotton. He had come in contact with the foot of a mule and came out second best. 3 W. C Pettus was in town this w ' " llii now well Happy- - The display of Spring Merchandise now assembled in the Stbre's various Departments is as interesting as it is comprehensive. Notable for its individuality, selection and moderate prices. Louie Lowenthal, who makes his home in Somerset, and who is one of the cleverest drummers on the road was here yesterday with our mer- chants. Dr. W. N. Craig went to Danville Thursday to report to Collector John W. Hughes and begin his duties as Deputy Internal Revenue Collector under the narcotic law. W0" &k m W ABaby He is our WJl J. C. Mrs. John B. Mershon, of Somerset is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. C. HU1. Eubanks. tJ'We have planned to "do a big Spring business, and are confident we can supply your every need to your entire satisfaction. CJ ' County Attorney W. S. Burch is improving after a severe tussle with the grip. Misses Elizabeth and Anna Fox, of Danville, are the guests of Mrs. Will Baughman. Mr. J. C. Reynolds is spending a few days in Maysville. Mrs. Reynolds will accompany him home. Miss Jennie Totten, of Richmond, ! . C M John H. Jackson, the aged father Attorney O. P. Jackson of of Madison county, suicided by shooting. From the note he left it is be lieved that his mind was impaired. Ex-Coun- ty child. V & In addition to the large assortments of modish Gar -- w.r4- - Vast.. t.sn nJfr 11 Tn I- au ' short time. Mrs. Ed Gentry of Mt. Vernon, who has been the guest of Mrs. E. J. Brown returned home today. King Carpenter and Miss Anna Floyd, of Hustonville, attended the Glee Club here Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons, of LanSunday with their caster, spent daughter, Mrs. J. W. Taylor. Miss Lucy Lee Walton will spend with Miss Mary Wagers the week-en- d Mrs. Nannie Withers is clerking in Severance's store, while Miss Ida Holtzclaw is sick. Miss Kate Davis Raney, who is a very efficient clerk, is assisting in Severance's store, during the rush. Miss Ida Holtzclaw, who had a severe attack of grip some weeks ago. has had a relapse and is quite ill again. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Waner, Mrs. Ben F. Jennings, and Mr. W. H. Overstreet, were in Danville Thursday. Mrs. J. C. Lynn has returned home after spending the week end in Frankfort with Capt. Lynn and L. Jones. Mrs. John Moser and son, Walter, of Moreland were here today for a ments for Women, Misses and Children, there is an unusually fine showing of Silks and other Dress materials Dress Trimmings, Corsets, Gloves, Neckwear, Parasols and Novelties of all kinds. i attending; Transylvania University at Lexington, is at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moser for spring vacation. Walter Moser, of Moreland, who is Especial attention is called to our exclusive showing of stylish and dependable Footwear for Women, Misses . near Richmond. and Children in Colonials, Pumps and Strap Oxfords also, our usual strong line of high cut Shoes at correct prices. Rev. P. L. Bruce, who was called to Spring Hill, Tenn., by the illness of lets. his father, writes teas his condition is not in the least improved and that ' Mrs. Malinda Grissom, of More-lan- d, is reported quite ill. grave tears are entertained for his T ., recovery. VC Mrs. M. L. Marcum and baby, of Miss Frances Galband, representing Moreland are in Danville the guests The Butterick Publishing Co., was at of Mrs. B. II. Baker. Severance's store several days this week. She annointed Miss Kate Dn. Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Marcum, viess Raney agent for her company of Eubank, have been the guests of nere and that young lady will make Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Marcum at her headquarters at Severance & Sons Moreland. store. "I am now well and happy. Wa have a baby boy, which we believe V the direct consequence of my Improved health. He Is our first and only child, and if Peruna had not cured me of my ailments we should! never have had him. I hope every Buffering woman will give Peruna a. trial, the same a3 I have." Those who object to liquid medicine? can now procure Peruna Tab- r,' ' A Superb Showing of Spring Suits, Coats, Dresses This splendid section on our second floor has in read iness for Spring an assemblage of Stylish Apparel, which, for its uniformly Low Prices, has no counterpart in this section of the state. m i' ' Mrs. Walter W. Saunders has been confined to her room for several days this week with a severe cold. Miss Josephne Carpenter, is here from Shelbyville for a few days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. CarMrs. Sallie R. Saufley, of is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. George L. Penny and son, H. R. Sa- daughters. The Interior Journal has received several more sacks of garden seed from Senator Ollie M. James and will give them out as long as they last. The I. J. will appreciate it if those who are behind with their subscriptions will bring what is due us along with them when they call for seed. US M. S. Baughman of this city, has been appointed agent for the Overland automobile for Boyle as well as Lincoln county. General Agent S. E. Drake, of Lexington, who buys this car in trainload shipments, has just assigned this territory to the local agent who will push sales in his field from now on. Col. W. P. Walton and his campaign manager, Mr. Shelton Saufley, will leave tomorrow for a tour thru "Western Kentucky in the interest of Col. Walton's candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State. Col. Walton is very highly gratified at the progress he is making and is simply taking this swing around the circle in order to strength-en- d some of his fences. Lexington Leader. Briscoe Conn, of Danville, agent for the Buick car in this section of i m -- mm iui ii tiititiiir m mi it ii -- ' 1 lilk'i:!i; M&xtfM New 19 15 Model Nezv u 1 $595 17 Features !- penter. Knox-vill- e, right here in our fA man the extras that he year vur uuuui iun of - . Saufley. Mrs. John Bright and daughter, rah Elizabeth, have returned home ter a several months' stay at af- ,. ! i Exceptional Offerings forr- Spring Selling for it were: High ttmioa magneto. STiock Absor4 bers. New- carbureter. derice. License brackets. Anti-ski- d SpeedoAa(i-rattlia- Some j;rii:cuI T I town .. iusi bought -- Hen-dersonvil- le, N. C. ' Mrs. Henry Bruning, of Cincinnati, who has been visiting her daughter, j Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., has returned i linmp Mrs. Annie Engleman and daughter, Miss Sue Taylor Engleman have moved to the Nunnelley home on I Lancaster street. Mrs. Jones Baughman and Miss Sadie Baughman have issued invita tions to a Rook party on Saturday i afternoon at the home of Mrs. Baugh- - ' man in Moreland. News comes from Midway that a little daughter has been born to the wife of Rev. S. M. Logan. The mother was Miss Dell Saufley, of this city. Mrs. Alex Denny and Mrs. Mattie Duncan, of Lancaster, passed thru here today en route home from Bat tle Creek, Mich., where they have been for several weeks. Mrs. Lizzie Hilton and little daughter, Miss Sadie Hilton, who have been at the home of B. G. Gover for the past six weeks, left Thursday for Etawah, th'r home at Salle'e andTenn. for children, Mrs. Henry merly Miss Arethena McAlister, of this city, is the guesr of her uncle, Mr. John Foster and family, en route to her home in Montanan, from has gone to St. Louis to spend about three weeks with his brother, Edward Cooper. Miss Lucile Cooper, who is teaching at Fulton, Mo., will meet her brothers in St. Louis Sunday and spend Easter with them. Come and see our Easter hats at $3.00 and $3.50. Misses Straub. 27-- 1 Way, Miss. James Cooper rf Jf f ri k WMzM 0,STLKH1ESS , SL. Suit Prices $15.00, $17.50, $19.75, $25.00 to $45.00 Coat Prices $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $16.50 to $25.00 Si!k Dresses $12.50, $15.00, $19.50, $25.00 to $45.00 the state, was in Stanford Wednesday with two brand new model cars. One was a four cylinder and the other a six. They attracted a great deal of attention and favorable comment on Main street. Mr. Conn has several prospective buyers here to whom he gave demonstrations. He is advertising his great car as well as a special sale on tires in the I. J. Mr. Roscoe Cullip, of Gipson City, is at home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Plato Cullip, in the southern end of this county. Mr. Cullip was in Belgium when the war began and was within two miles of Liege when the first battle was fought. He had quite a number of interesting experiences which he takes pleasure in relating to his Lincoln county friends. Mr. Cullip was in Belgium purchasing draft horses for a firm he is connected with in Gipson City. His visit to 111., Others. This "Wonder Car" with Electric only sad Klsciiio Lights $55 extra. Self-Starter rear tires. Foot accelerator. meter. Sparc tire bracket. Ttiese cost bin rcc-- e than $195.50. New be owns a 1315 Marwcll'wiih all these modern faaturcs and a dozen Boys Wash Suits Children's Dresses An unusually attractive line of Children's and Misses' Wash Dresses, in white and colors, made of Gingham, Linens, Percales and White Batiste, daintily trimmed and in the season's newest models. Children's Dresses, 2 to 6 yfcears old, at 50c, 98c, $1.25 and $1.50 Misses Dresses 6 to 4 years old, at 50c, 89c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 to $5.00. 1 1 I , We are now showing a complete stock of late style Wash Suits for Boys ages 3 to 8 years in the new "Tommy Tucker" and "Oliver Twist" cuts in Gaberdines, Repps and Palm Beach suitings. Nobby litt' Washable Suits that are sure to appeal to the mothers of "growing kids." q Prices are $1.00, $1.50 and up to $3.75. Tub Dresses I of Voiles, Organdies and Linen, sizes 4 to 44, in a wonderful assortment of styles and materials, $5 to $10 Kentucky at this time, however is not one of business. He will be married Saturday evening at the home of Mr. F. S. Hays, cashier of the bank at Eubank, to Miss Sarah Grer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grer, of Woodstock. Miss Grer is the pretty popular assistant cashier of the Eubank bank and has many friends who wish her much happiness. After an extended bridal tour, Mr. and Mrs. Cullip will be at home in Gipson City. H. C. Carpenter, Stanford, Ky. Service Station, Sora-sstreet. Ask for litera et ture or demonstration. .3 VMnniiiPi!MMHinBSiiiafaffiti!Hr:' FARCE n THE HEAVENLY TWINS" Presented by Seventh and Eighth Grades CAST OF CHARACTERS FISH, the best that money could buv. for sale at Willis' restaurant It and fancy grocery. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Geo. W. Barton Tom Jackson LANCASTER Messrs. G. M. Lyons, J. W. Sweenev, Robert Long and John M. Amons. Earl Baughman Patterson Tanner t Efo; S.TE&r ENJOY WINTER Pmf. Frankland demon- sfrates that COD LIVER OIL generates more body-hethan anything else. In SCOTT'S EMULSION the at pure oil is so prepared that the blood profits from every drop, while it fortifies tnroat ana lungs. If yoa are satject to cold hand or feets if yoa ttuvtr and catch cold earily: take SCO ITS EMULSION for one moatb and wttchSits good effects. lt-- M NO ALCOHOL. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. There was a fine display of milliDr. J. J. Pursley and Mrs. Pursley arrived Sunday from Glasgow for a nery at the openings Saturday by visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sanders. Mr. G. M. Lyons, Mrs. Joseph L. Quarterly services were held at the Francis and Miss Minnie Brown. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph has returned Methodist church Saturday and Sunday. Dr. W. E. Arnold, the presiding from a protracted visit to relatives elder, preached both Saturday night in New York, Birmingham, Chattanooga and Eaton, Ohio. and Sunday morning. Rev. F. M. Tinder is making a visit Mr. Dudley Ends, aged 42 years, who was here on a visit to his niect, of ten days to his brother, Dr. J. H. Mrs. Frank Spratt,( of this county, Tinder m Birmingham. While in .Lexdied after a short' illness of pneu- ington he delivered an address to the monia. His son, James Ends, of Ham students at State College. Mrs. Sarah Ann Price died at the ilton, Ohio, reached here Wednesday and the interment took place on home of her daughter, Mrs. Wesley Thursday in the Lancaster cemetery, Parson at Pleasant Hill in this county. She is survived by five children. conducted by Rev. J. W. Beagle. Mrs. W. R. Cook is at home from a Mrs. Pattie D. .Gill is now enjoying a visit to her daughter, Mrs. E. C." visit to Mrs. Lula Robinson in Eliza- Bernard in Washington, D. C.j where she has visited for several winters. Mesdames Ed Price, of this city and S. P. Grant, of Danville, were in Stanford to see Dr. and .Mrs. A. S. Price. .At a recent meeting of the Senior Class of the Lancaster High School the following officers were elected: Class president B. W. Bourne, Secretary Wm F. Miller, .Treasurer Glass Carrier. The plans for remodeling rhet Bap tist church have been received, the designs being quite acceptable to the memberahip and it is likely the contract will be let at an early date. The following Lancastrians have I purchased' handsome Ford machines : (Delayed Letter) Shop Perfect. (Incorporated) bethtown and Mesdames Theodore B. chester. Wintersmith and Ernest feprague, of Mr. Walton Romans, who was callLouisville. ed here by the serious illness of his The ladies .of the Baptist church sister, Mrs. John Williams, has rewill have an exchange at W. B. Ball's turned to his home in Decatur, 111. Mrs. J. B. Paxton, of Stanford, was store the Saturday before Easter. They ask a liberal patronage of the. the guest of her mother, Mrs. Jane Robinson last week. public. former Lan- r Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald has return Dr. W. A. Yantis, a, castrian, and a brother of Messrs. ed to Uanville, after a visit to her Thomas and James Yantis and Mes- parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilkindames Arthusa Currey, Carrie David- son. The Woman's Home and Foreign son and W. R. Romans, of this city and Mrs. W. A. Carson, of Stanford, Missionary Societies of the Transylrecently celebrated his 81st birthday vania Presbytery met at the Presbyd, terian church Tuesday. Miss Cooper, at a family dining at his home in He-an- d his excellent a returned missionary from Siam, Ark. wife celebrated their fifthieth marri- made an interesting talk in the afterage anniversay some four years ago. noon. Mrs. E. C. Gaines, of this city Miss'Bettie West is enjoying a made a welcome address and Mrs. visit to Miss Mabel Browning in Win- - Fred P. Fnsbie gave a report of the secretary of literature. Delegates were here from the following points: Harrodsburg, Danville. Lebanon. .Manchester, Harlan, Columbia, Mar rowbone, JBerea, BradfordsviIIe and Parksville. Par-agoul- Students at Yale, "THE TWINS" Sylvia Farmer . Miss Samantha Brown., Principal of Miss Brown's Select School for Young Ladies .. Miss Sophronia Brown, her sister Janie Hocker Bertie McCIure , Mrs. Prof. Barton, mother of George and friend of Miss Brown Sophie Saunders Hellen Clark Margaret Shanks Adelle De Courcy. Girl Chums in School Ruby Hilton Lou Brighton .' -- Margaret Lynn Clara Cole . Sadie Wearen . : Miss Jennings May Belle Lyon Miss Johnson Girls in. Miss Brown's School Cris Camenisch Janitor Wallace Brackett Detective SPECIALTY Topsy Turvy Drill Vie Gose Smith, Margaret Matheny, Zan Traylor, Frank Ashlock, Sam Craig, Mary Pettus, Joe Grimes PROLOGUE College Arrival of George's mother.' ACT I. ' Recitation Josephine Beazley. , Scenes 1, 2 and 3. Students' Room at We serve a Splendid Noon - Day Lunch for Shoppers. When you are in Danville call. Cor Third and Main, DANVILLE, 7 V , RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to "Elementary. Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Yahd in all Public Schools of Ken- -' tucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. "Two splendid dormitories; n , model school, "new manual training building, 'practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Doriteafo'c Science. f First Term begins gymnasium. September 7. Second Term Ho vem bar 16, Third ?Terra ' January 25, Fourth Term .April 5, Bummer School vptm Jane li, Catalogue, Fre-?- . & 2,lS9HsBSSSSSSSSsBSSSB6filsl BissssssssssssssssssssssisssisssssssssssssssssssssW y-- l jfcoABB, W. C. Cundiff. Specialty "When you wore a tulip and I wore a big red rose." F. A. Land. Roses Nancy Hunn, Josephine Beazley , Tulips Frank Cordier, Carl Hunn. -- Chorus. THE LIBERTY LUMBER CO. ACT n., ;?t? 1 . Liberty, 'Kentucky; , my boyto be a soldier." Specialty "I didn't raise ( Manufacturers er and Dealers in ACT III All kinds .of rough and dressed lumSpecialty "Good Night Boys." Jessie Lee Phillips, Nancy, Hunn, bar, moulding and casing of all kinds, ceiling, flooring and siding, all grades. Sara Corraney, Carrie Davis, Hester Anderson, Josephine. Bailey, Will Asi Send us your orders for mill stuff lock, DaviekGoodmght. a ;, --- s 'w11 Graded School Auditorum, Saturday,' April 3,191 at 8 o'clock'1 pN Mitea. , Dfnk Wilkinson. --.": $ 6-- -- A a v t- - tmi Br-- " i ' r. i ; A&i ' ' r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, April 2, 1915 This is the time of the year when most everyone is thinking of purchasing a New Vehicle. As fpjfc r Ajyt. i we are equally interested we would like to call on you in person and talk the matter over. As this is impossible we are taking this means of reaching you. We are manufacturers of BUGGIES that are in a class to themselves, built absolutely different from' any other buggy on the market. More merit, more strength, more durability than any other buggy manufactured today We are willing to compare point to point with the best buggy in the country and leave the decision to you. We are truly proud of the success we have had in the buggy business, and at present time are using every means possible to show you that we have an article that is superior in quality, and the selling system we are using puts them out in cheapest possible manner to reach the trade. I have been in the buggy business for 15 years in Danville, never have I promised to save you from $25 to $50 on a job. In no case have we ever offered to sell you a good buggy for nothing, or for less than cost of material. I have no desire to deceive you. One thing I wish to deeply impress upon you is that we are selling an HONEST BUILT BUGGY AT AN HONEST PRICE, GIVE YOU ONE HUNDRED CENTS WORTH FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND. There is no middle man's profits. When talking to our customers we refer them to some users of Arnold's Buggies, usually some liveryman who has used the buggy several years, who will tell you of their highest standard quality. Most any buggy factory can build you a good buggy on paper, and from the description they give it seems as though they were of the best material and perfectly constructed. It certainly does sound good when you read about them. The price is exceedingly low, even lower than the stock can be bought for a good Job, and guaranteed in some cases for two years. We never claim to save you from $25 to $50 on a job, but we do save you in the first cost and in service. The question we would like to know if they are so good, what liveryman uses these buggies and what success he has had. If you would like to have the address of some of our livery customers we will gladly furnish same. All we ask is to give us a chance before placing your spring order. We have the largest livery trade in the state. This is our first year to build a $100 job; full leather top, cushions and back, leather trimmings throughout, Arnold's patent gear, Pinneo & Daniels Wheels, best Kelley rubber tires for the small sum of $100. We also manufacture the buggies we have previously made at $1 15 and $125 in plain top; $125 and $135 in storm top, and the light buggy up as high as $150. e inae a specialty of rubber tiring, carriage and auto tiring, painting and repairing.... Let us have j TTll IB G. e Pleasure f figuring with you. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting your future business mM 7 "X w W M ? Hm "" I "tf I jf jtm TTT T9 lW II U G : R. M. ARNOLD, Proprietor ... 108-11- 6 SECOND STREET DANVILLE, KENTUCKY mmmmemmmmmmmmmmmm Farm and Stock News Forty-eig-ht Mrs. G. W. Spangler. M Everybody Rides A Ford. k HI LM h; There's a reason. They are cheaper, use less gasoline, easier to learn to run and care for and lastly, they're better. What more could one wish? Get one and keep upwith the procession. ::,::: ANDERSON & McCARTY, Stanford, Ky. Aiiiur.u.i,M. n'lmu.j.'iii New Dresses The new Spring Dresses are so different and pret-- . ty that you'll be charmed with them the moment you see them. Come and let us show you the new Crepe-de- Chine, Poplin and Crepe ' Meteor Dresses. : : : , : See our special Serge Dress at $6.50 Also our Extra Value" e Dress, sheered yoke, lace trimmed at $10.00. ,Many other pretty models, only .. one of a kind. : : .: : Crepe-de-Chin:-- top of the sale was $450 for Gomez Perfection, a bull. With the slaughter of two cows and two pigs in a railroad yard at Radnor, Peoria courtv, Illinois last case of foot-an- d mouth disease went under the ground. J. S. Turpin sold to Joseph Schlachter, the sow and seven pigs he advertised in the I. J. for $13. He also sold to Will McCormack another sow and eight pigs for $25. experiment Minnesota station steers that had bef n intended for exhibition at the Chicago International Exposition, sold in St. Paul for $9.50. One Angus steer, i13 Chicago winner, weighed 1,750. R. K. Young, of Adair county, passed through Lincc.n late this I week with 26 head of light steers and calves en route to Harrodsburg where he will offer them for sale Monday, court day there. He refused an offer of $32 a head for them here. Big progress is reported all over Illinois in the cleanup of the disease. The Bureau of Animal Industry had a period of six days last week without a report of a single new case, and the cleanup gangs are right behind the cases that are being put under ground. The Lexington Leader says: "When asked to what use the leaf from the Crit Pepper & LeBus crop from which he paid $102 per hundred pounds, would be put, W. L. Petty said it would furnish the wrappers for little cigars, and added: And, if Burley could be grown to that perfection, there would be uses for it at ten dollars a pound. In tabloid form, here is a valuable hint to the grower. Care in planting, in cultivating, in housing, in curing, in handling, and in grading, pays big returns. It is noteworthy that good tobacco growers always get better prices than those who go in for quantity first. A very large percentage of the tobacco sold in Lexington this year has been house-burneEvery crowded pound of it is a reflection on the grower. Greed reacts disastrously in the tobacco business particularly. With no other crop, possibly, is the skill and -foot-and-mouth $158 at Corning, Hereford averaged Iowa, recenly. The The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Lovins has been quite ill. Mrs. Mary Griffin visited Mrs. Frank Likens Saturday. Master Frank Ballard visited his sister, Mrs. Grover Kigsby. Mi, and Mrs. Grover Rigsby visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rigsby recently. Mr. Walls Rigsby and Ralph Ballard attended church at Crab Orchard Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Stigall and baby visited her parents Sunday. General News Notes. Gov. McCreary has proclaimed Sunday, April 25, as day. Efforts being made at Honolulu to raise the F--4 are proceeding pending the arrival of the divers and special apparatus from the United States. Reports received by the Depart ment of Agriculture from its inspec tors show that the foot and mouth disease among cattle has been prac tically wiped out. Runaway June. Second Episode, Monday Night, April Fifth A REAL Mr. Sam Mahan is Visiting his sis- Entertainment at McKinney. ter, Mrs. Nannie Smith. The young people of the Christian Mrs. Ida Rigsby, of Drake s Creek church at McKinney will give the is quite sick. play entitled "The Negro Wedding" at the McKinney opera house on ApL. & N. Depot at Berea Robbed. Th'e L. & N. depot at Berea was en- ril 10th. Much interest is beinsr taken tered by two burglars Tuesday night in this play and it promises to be the about 9:30 and the operator on duty best that has ever been given there. was held up and covered by big re- Following is an announcement of the volvers. He was forced to unlock wedding: Mr.. and Mrs. Josephus Wash- - , the cash drawer and Walter Peyton, ington Booker 18, and Geo. Foley, 19, both of Richmond, got away with $32.95, but request the honor of your presence at the manage of their daughter, were arrested several miles out of Angelina Maud town and wre jailed at Berea. The ! operator- - was told l!o unlock the safe to Mr. Buster Allen White but he didn't knowthe combnation. Saturday evening, April the tenth nineteen hundered and fifteen, England May Hav Prohibition. at eight o'clock. The war on alcohol, an outcome Admission. Adults 25 cents. Children of the labor situation in Great Brit27-ain, has definitely taken precedence 10 cents. "spring adover the vance of the allies in the West," the reason being that the problem of munitions has become more pressing than that of recruiting. The pro nouncements oi cabinet leaders on temperance, and the letter of King lieorge declaring he stood ready to abolish the use of alcohol in the royal household, are intended to pave the way, and sound public sentiment preparatory to either shutting off absolutely the saloon drink throughout the country, except on physicians' prescriptions, or the adoption of some measure which, perhaps not called absolute prohibition, will have almost as drastic an effect. 3. much-talked-of SERIAL By Geo. Randolph Chester PHOTOPLAY Synopsis of Episode I. j m June leaves her husband, Ned, on the train on her wedding day. She has lost her purse and he has given her money, which proves abhorrent to her. She sees herself going through life the recipient of his bounty and decides to earn her own living. She has no money and is assisted in reaching New York by a mysterious stranger with a black Van Dkye beard who buys tier watch, thus enabling her to pay for her ticket. He gives her hi card, saying she can redeem the watch ej" r. Ned follows, arriving just in time to see his bride and the dsome stranger disappearing. Another Roaring Keystone Comedy 5 and 10 Cents dmission ::::::: I CONTINUED :::::: ' TURNERSVILLE. There was cake cutting at Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mercer's Thursday night. The ,cake was for the prettiest girl and the pie for the ugliest boy. The pjiIca hrniiolif 81 9 (IK TUiee Min ! 'Mercer, winning by a large majority being a for the prettiest girl. Mr. Charlie as plainly, record 'of the whole year's work." Mercer was fortunate enough to get me pie lor tne ugliest hoy in the MONEY to loan on farm lands in house. sums of $2,000 and up. Low rate inMr. Arthur Mercer has been visterest. Easy payments. Bromley 8c iting his sister at Hedgeville for sev27-- 4 Bromley. eral days. Mrs. John Smith is visiting her BEECH GROVE. mother, Mrs. James Wray. Mr. Charlie Payne, of Crab OrCharlie Mercer chard, has left fior Bloomington, went to New Salem and Carl Storms Sunday. Ind., where he will visit his aunt. Mr. Harvey Mercer is making prepMrs. Frank Likens, of Griffin Sta- arations to go West real soon. We tion is some better. are sorry to. give up such a splendid Miss Ella Rigsby visited Mrs. Gro- young man. ver Rigsby Sunday and attended church at Beech Grove. Statement of the Ownership, ManageMr. J. P. Ballard, of Drake's ment, Circulation, Etc., required by Creek has moved to Crab Orchard. tne Act of August, 24, 1912, of THE Misses Virgie and Clara Payne vis- INTERIOR JOURNAL, published ited their cousin Miss Annie Elam twice a week, at Stanford, Kv, cr hist Sunday. April 1, 1915. Editors, Managing Mr. Ralph Ballard, of Crab Or- Editor, Business Managers, Publishchard, visited; his aunt, Uixs. Walter ers, E. C. Walston and S. M. Saufley, Hiatt of Stanford Sunday. Stanford, Ky. Owners: a corpoMisses Grace and Margaret Luns- - ration, give its name and(If names the Miss Ella Rigsby. fford visited and addresses of stockholders holding Mrs. Hugh Logan visited Mrs. 1 per cent or more of total amount Grover Rigsby. of stock. not a corporation, give Littlie Miss Bertha Jones is visit- names and If addresses of individual cousins, Misses Dollie and owners.) E. C. Walton and S. M. ing her Irene Ballard. Saufley, Stanford, Ky. bondMr. and Mrs. John Rigsby visited holders, mortgagees, andKnown securother Mr. and Mrs. C. W Wyler Sunday. ity holders, holding 1 per cent or Grover and Walls Rigsby visited more of total amount of bonds, morttheir uncle, Mr. Levi Bell recently. gages, or The two beautiful little daughters are none, other securities: (If there so state.) None. of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Gooch are visS. M. SAUFLEY, Mr. and iting their grand-parent- s, Sworn to and subscribed before me this 2nd day of April, 2915. W. M. Bright, Notary Public. My commission expires January 9, 1916. d. Ti Sale Including Non Skid Goodrich S?"i' ?, SrSV? UNITED STATES NOBBY REPUBLIC STAGGARD RACINE COUNTRY ROAD UNITED STATES CHAIN TREAD GOODRICH SAFETY AND PLAIN TREAD OF ALL THE ABOVE WELL KNOWN MAKES FOR CASH ONLY Goodrich, Fisk United States Racine Plain Treads Fisk Safety United States Chain Tread Racine Country Road Fisk Red Top United States Nobby Tread RAT CORN 30x3 30x3 h 32x31 33x4 34x4 35x4J 36x4 37x5 $ 8.30 $ 8.72 $ 9.52 $10.82 $12.41 $17.71 $18.08 $25.15 $25.52 $29.75 $11.34 $13.05 $18.63 $18.94 $26.43 $26.80 $31.24 $12.47 $14.28 $20.92 $21.34 $29.71 $30.12 $35.68 $10.55 $12.47 $14.34 $20.49 $20.92 $28.46 $29.48 $34.35 ' $12.84 $16.76 $19.26 $27.45 $28.03 $40.23 $40.82 $47.62 V. :'' FIELD SEEDS. RaTSahoMICB IT MUMMIFIES F KILLS W fifa I bavc high-grad- e a full line of Field Seedt A THEM SeverancesSon -- Jlt :Ky. to human beirigsj or live Rid your place of these pests twi. withput smell or daager,, "Order 4h can' today. Priee 50c d a $1.06 n G3 pail $5.00 Postage paidf 1 can .or com is gaaratoteel to&o aH we say. Wl KUSH MBLSON, Ixwfte, HLocMmi Harmless which I am offering at very attractive pricet. If interested, aakier tain-- , pie. and prices V ' W. ByBH NEl-SON, CONN & ARNOLD DANVILLE, KENTUCKY FOURTH STREET J. .v TELEPHONE 115 s . v. ' . .', -- .r; JWB'wBWfcN j 41 m . .J ,, ' ' ''s.&'j f& ; J'