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COMMISSION TO BE NAMED TO SELECT DIXIE HIGHWAY No. 28 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, April 6, 1915 GREAT CROWD GATHERS TO HEAR HUDSON MURDER TRIAL TO SPEAK FOR STATE WIDE 1 .MMMMiWI Tkii Paper Stops Wbea Year Tims is tip Watca the Date Om Label aai Renew Your SnbicripHom Promptly. Tuesdays and Fridays i I already fine turnpikes so as to come LIBERAL CONTRIBUTIONS, MADE up to the desired conditions deserving the official designation of "Boone By Business Men and Citizens For Wray." This highway will be the moOiling of Stanford's Streets'. Delegates at Chattanooga Have torists and tourists route into and thru the Cumberland Mountains to The dry weather recently has Stormy Debate Over Route the south. caused an enormous quantity of dust McCreary On the Job d on Main and other "HOP" LICENSE REMAINS $200 streets in Stanford, and nas caused the members of the Woman's Club Delegates from this section of the state who attended the Dixie High- Effort Made at Meeting of City Coun- committee to redouble its efforts to secure liberal subscriptions from the way Conference at Chattanooga, cil to Raise Figure to $400 merchants, business and professional Tenn., late last week, hni'e returned, well pleased with the rea-.It- s of their The question of raising the malt men toward a fund to supplement oilwork. A dispatch to the Cincinnati liquor "hop" license in Stanford what the city will appropriate for citiing of the thoroughfares. The Enquirer from Chattanooga Sunday came before the City Council at a told of the work of the meeting as special meeting last Friday night zens appear to be contributing very follows: when application was made by J. W. libgrally, and it is expected that a Chattanooga, Tenn., April 3. A Acey for a renewal of his license on very satisfactory sum will be realized. commission of 14 men, two from each his soft drink stand and poolroom on Bids have been asked from the Stanof the seven states which sponsored Depot street. Only four Councilmen, dard Oil Company and the Indian Rethe Dixie Highway movement, will se- Messrs. Frank Rout, M. D. Elmore, fining Company on the heavy oil used lect the route of this epochal road- Henry Anderson and Tom Pence, for street purposes. The former way from Chicago to Miami, Fla. The were present at the meeting, company has offered to lend a sprinkGovernors of the seven states, Indi- Councilmen J. C. Eubanks and S. M. ling wagon to be used in applying oil to the streets without extra charge. ana, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennes- Saufley being absent from town. see, Georgia and Florida, are authorThe license has been $200 a year The list of subscriptions so far made ized to make the selections. but Councilman Rout moved that be- by business firms and citizens is as This was decided upon at the final fore renewal was granted, it be rais- follows : $ 10.00 session of the Dixie Highway confer- ed to $400 a year. He and Mr. An- J. H. Baughman & Co 3.00 ence here today after a stormy de- derson voted for the motion but W. B. McKinney 5.00 bate, during which a plan supported Councilmen Elmore and Pence oppos- George H. Farris by various Chattanooga interests, ed it, and Mayor A. B. Florence broke T. W. Jones 3.00 3.00 who sought to leave the selection of the tie and decided the question by E. C. Jordan :. 3.00 the route in the hands of a commis- voting in favor of retaining the li- J. S. Baughman 3.00 E. B. Campbell sion composed of two representatives cense at the old figure. 3.00 from each of the seven states and sevJohn H. Woner took out license to W. H. Mueller 3.00 en founders of the idea residing in run a box ball establishment, the fee Severance & Son 5.00 Chattanooga, met decisive defeat. being the same as on pool tables, $10 T. W. Pennington 3.00 The motion to include the seven for the first, and '$5 for each subse- W. R. Willis & Sons :. 3.00 G. L. Pe.nny founders was introduced by former quent table or alley. G. L. Penny, home 5.00 United States Senator J. B. Frazier, McRoberts & Bailey 5.00 of Tennesse,as an amendment to the Double Killing in Anderson. original motion providing for the 3.00 Interior Journal Joe Chilton, 3.00 board of control of 14. Frazier said instantly killed 58 years old, shot and Miss Mary Bruce Elmer Stanforth and T. D. Newland 2.50 that the seven founders residing in his brother-in-laDollis Hawkins, P. M. McRoberts Chattanooga, who already had pledg2.00 ed $1,000 for five years, should be near Lawrencburg Saturday. The Dr. D. B. Southard 2.00 shooting was done with a double-barrele- d J. F. Peyton given special recognition. 2.00 shotgun and it was loaded W. K. Shugars Governor McCreary, of Kentucky, 3.00 No. and Governor Ralston, of Indiana, withface 1 shot. Hawkins was shot in Mrs. J. C. Hays 3.00 and breast and Stanforth's Dr. J. B. Perkins were propmptly on their feet with the 5.00 vigorous objections. McCreary stated chin was blown off and the remain- Dr. W. W. Burgin 2.00 load that the $5,000 pledged by each of der the weeks lodged in his breast. A. M. Warren :... 4.00 ago, Several the pioneers was a negligible quantity was a disagreement it is said, there G. B. Cooper 2.00 in 10.00 in comparison with the thousands of and Saturday morning thier families, Harvey Helm it was resumed J. W. Acey dollars which would be spent by each 2.50 state nterested. Governor Slaton, of and hot words words were passed. W. R. Hocker 2.50 Chilton, it is alleged, after the quar- D. D. Carrier tGeorgia, concurred in their views. 5.00 and Governor Ralston declared that rel, went to his home, got his gunpass- Geo. D. Florence 5.00 several states, now members of the as Hawkins and Stanforth were 3.00 J. W. Clark Highway Association, would with- ing along the road opened fire on Bromley & Bromley 3.00 draw if not allowed to determine the them. Chilton was arrested and lodg- Jas. P. Bailey 2.50 ed without bail. route to be followed within their own tiesin jail prominently All of the par- Phillips & Phillips 3.00 are connected and J. B. confines. 3.00 the double killing has caused much John Paxton .......... Senator Frazier's amendment was 2.00 T. Jones excitement and regret. tabled on his motion. :.T. 5.00 M. D. Elmore . t A resolution passed provided for 5.00 E. T. Pence, Jr. the appointment of a committee to Grabbed Bootleggers on State Line. J. G. Weatherford ..:. 2.00 Not a little excitement was caused W. S. Drye wait upon Congress and secure, if 2.00 .'. possible, the service of three Govern- on the State line at Jellico Saturday E. H. Farmer 2.50 ment engineers to aid the commission when Chief of Police James Rogers First National Bank 5.00 in making the preliminary survey for engaged in a desperate struggle with Lyon's Cash Store 3.00 the highway. It was moved further Joe Flannigan, an alleged bootlegger. Miss Martha E. Sacray 2.00 than the committee petition Congress rlannigan, it is said, had been in the Miss Annie McKinney 3.00 for financial aid both for construc- habit of stepping across into Tennes- Lincoln Countv National Bank 5.00 see to sell whisky and then stepping H. C. Carpenter tion and upkeep. 50 The convention closed tonight with back into Kentucky. The policeman Sam Robinson 2.00 waited for him Saturday, and when J. Wr. Bryant a dinner. H. Clay Evans, former 5.00 to London, acted as Flannigan came across to dispose of W. H. Higgins 5.00 toastmaster. Addresses were made by some of his wares the policeman at- Jack Rout 2.00 tacked him. There followed a struggle Pence & Hill Governor Ralston, Governor : 5.00 Flannigan clung to an electric light W. A. Tribble and Governor Slaton. 4.00 President Wilson today wired the post standing exactly on the line, but State Bank & Trusfc.GWiw--i - 5.00 the officer, clinging to him, kept the J. L. Beazley 2.00 convention his congratulations. jThe Cincinnati delegation worked larger part of his prisoner's body on A. H. Severance 1.00 ,. ir&eonjunction with the Lexington, the Tennessee side. Flannigan fought (Ky.), Harriman, (Tenn.), and Day-ito- madly for his freedom; but the chief "The Merchant of Venice," by (Tenn.), delegations for what was game and held to his man, who Wm. Shakespeare, slightly revised they called the Blue Grass route. This finally gave up and w;as led to jail. and modernized, will be presented by the senior class of the Stanford foute includes Indianapolis, CincinnaFirst Game Here Wednesday. ti, Lexington, Harriman, Dayton and High School, Friday evening, at the 28-- 2 Chattanooga, and is opposed to the The first ball game on the home opera house. Nashville to Chattanooga. grounds this season will be played Delegations supporting the . Blue here Wednesday afternoon by the loBeazley Bros. Sell McGrathiana. Grass route asserted that if they did cal High School team against The Lexington papers said Sunday not get the Dixie Highway they would Stanford bids fair to have that W. S. Beazley and brother, two buna a competing one between Cin- a winning nine this year and much former Garrard county men, have cinnati and Chattanooga, to be interest is being taken in its showing. sold their famous McGrathiana stock known as the Robert E. Lee Highway. There is some splendid material in farm near Lexington to C. B. ShafDflMiiti" fromLi. Lancaster, Ky., the squad and the boys are rapidly fer of Chicago, for a price admitted u. uaviason, r lieaiHkJiHMPdsburg, Ky., headed getting onto their striae. The West to be over $100,000. It was reportEnd lads put up a splendid article of ed that the purchase price was $200 also worked in con- - ball. In McMullin they have a twir-le- r per acre. The deal was consummated, Cincinnati and Lex- with the "goods" and a hot game thru J. O. McAllister, formerly of" r.mvmmm le is expected. The game will be called this county, who is a prominent trotJriMLW,V at 3 o'clock. ting horse owner and trainer and who HKT. Boone Way. is a partner with Mr. Shaffer in an ion with a splendid arti- - McCreary To Run Against Helm? extensive trotting horse stable. jposed "Dixie Highway owner of C. B. Shaffer, the A dispatch Sunday from Chattazwrnmrn to Miami, km., the In - nooga where Gov. McCreary met McGrathiana, is one ofnew wealthiest the Jews says: "Another in- with half a dozen governors late last men in Chicago, and has been interigle of the proposed north-)a- d week in coference over the Dixie ested in trotting horses for the past has been developed in Highway, had this of interest in this six years. He is the owner of some The Commonwealth, ap- - section: Chattanooga, Tenn., April 3. of the richest gold mining properties the important part Daniel precia Gossip here this afternoon coupled in California and also operates in the Boone played in its early history, is the name of Governor McCreary with sensationally active Oklahoma oil building a highway across the state the next race for Congress in the field, and has other mining and real that will be known as the 'VBoone Eighth district. It was stated by gen- estate interests. He is now the owner, Way." It follows almost exactly the tlemen who seemed to know what wholly or in part, of a string of thirtrail made by Boone in 1775, when he they were talking about that friends teen racers now at the K. T. H. B. A. moved from North Carolina into the of the Governor would attempt to track, six of them being in partnerwilds of Kentucky. The trace ho him to enter the race against ship with Mr. McAllister, including maue tfas been known for years as the Representative Helm. No effort was McGregor, Togal, by Togo, Richman, "Wildirness Road" or "Boone's made to interview'the Governor with the sensational pacer, Trail' Tins newly surfaced high- - respect to the story. and Miss Rilda, a fast Peter the Great kvajwill give motorists entrance to mare, for which $16,000 is said to. Lb'osierdom-to-Dixi- e highway trom have been offered. The farm as sold Made His Last Trip Today. nomts in lrginia, West Virginia and K. Helm, Jr., who has most sat- to Mr. Shaffer included the tract of J. North Carolina, enabling them to en- isfactorily served the patrons of Ru about 750 acres which W. S. Beazjoy a good road either south or north. ral Route No. 5, from Stanford to ley and brother purchased from 13v this route motorists from the tec- Milton Young some six years Jan. 1st, has nons named also will be aole to reah Moreland, since about last trip today. ago, and to which nearly a hundred resigned and made his the Lincoln Highway via Louisville, Francis- Weatherford, who it is more acres has since been added by BeazIndianapolis and South Bend. appointed carrier ley Brothers in purchases at different The "Boone Way" is a splendid il- than likely will bebeen given the job times since in their improvement and on the route, has lustration of what small communities temporarily by Postmistress, Miss development of the farm. do if they only put their shoul- Mary can W. S. Beazley and Brother are reHelm and his ders to the wheel. This great pro- who Bruce. Mr. to Moreland family ported to have paid in the neighbortoday, returned ject, which is costing millions, was have made many friends during their hood of ninety thousand dollars for started and put thru by the Commer- sojourn here who gave them up with McGrathiana six years ago. Col. Milcial Club of the little town of Mt. ton Young, who was its former ownVernon, Ky., whose population is sincere regret. er, had held it as a horse breeding scarcely 1,500 today. The citizens and training farm for more than a Enlarging lec Plant. there organized on January 9th, 1913, century. Col. Young quarter of J. T. Blankenship has a force of made many a was known as the "Boone Way what very beautiful improveBooster Band," with James Maret; carpenters enlarging the ice plant for ments upon the place, including a the original booster, as secretary, the Stanford Water & Ice Co. The wonderful spring house in which the everybody in town "jined the gang," capacity will be increased about fif- temperature of the pure limestone and went all over Kentucky and ad- teen tons daily output and a consider- water never changed, winter or sumjoining states south, east and north able outlay of money is required to mer. The Beazely Brothers changed east, to boost for the improvement make the improvement. The demand its use from horses to cattle, and of the old "Wilderness Road" or for Stanford ice has been so great have continued to add both to the Boone's Trail. That they made during the past several summers that beauty and conveniences of this enough noise to be heard is evident the company could not fill all orders magnificent farm. from the results obtained. The road and it is now preparing to serve all The deal is understood to have been is being built, and to little old Mt. who come. under consideration for several weeks Vernon, Ky., belongs the credit. Inwas closed by wire yesterday afTo have a fine healthy complex- and stead of engaging in wordy controternoon. versies about things, Mt. Vernon sim- ion the liver must be active, the ply went "at it" and now the "Boone bowels regular and the blood pure. Ten Living Grandparents. All this is brought about by using Way" is on the way." Mr. and Mrs. William Day, of "Boone Way" will run from Cum- HERBINE. It thoroughly scours the Paint Lick, have a berland Gap to Louisville over route liver, stomach and bowels, puts the in the infant of Mr. and Mrs. via Mt. Vernon, Stanford, Danville, body in the condition and restores Ward, of Garrard county. This, little Lawrenceburg and that clear, pink and white complex- fellow has been named Robert Fulton, Harrodsburg, Shelbyville, or be diverted at Dan- ion so much desired by ladies.. Price for his father and has the honor of ville via Nicholasville, Lexington and 50c. Sold by Shugars' Drug 'Store, having ten living grandparents, all Frankfort, the burial place of Boone. Stanford, Ky., & Lyne Bros., Crab living near Paint Lick, in the counties Lincoln and Boyle counties have tak- Orchard. of Madison and Garrard. Richmond en action and appropriated funds to Levi Bell, of the East End, sold to make proper improvements on their W. H. Shanks a lot of corn at $3.75 Rheumatic Pains Relieved. delivered. Stomach Trouble Cured. Whysuff er from rheumatism when Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa., relief may be had at so small a cost? Getting Plenty. ' writes, "For some time I suffered Mrs. Elmer Hatch,-- Peru, Ind, wrties, "from stomach trouble. I would have "Get a yard of material to make "I have been subject to attacks of sour stomach and feel bloated after costumes for these twenty-fiv- e chorus rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's eating. Nothing benefitted me until I girls." Liniment always relieves me immedigot Chamberlain's Tablets. 'After takgirls in ately, and I take pleasure in recom"But there are twenty-si- x ing two bottles of them I was cured." the chorus." mending it to others." 25 and 50 For sale by all dealers. "That's so. Get a yard and a half." cent bottles. For sale by all dealers. much-travelew, Con-sui-uene- ral Mc-Crsa- BRIGHT PROSPECTS FOR FAIR BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION ry n, Hus-tonvill- e. ,'JMMB W XKb twisf in-duc- ej two-year-o- ld Col-one- el - great-great-grands- on Climax-Madisonia- n. AT HUSTONVILLE Senator Beckham and Judge O'Rear Enthusiastic Meeting of Directors To Speak Over the State Held Here Saturday West End Man Charged With MurMrs. Mary Kauffman Ninety-Thre- e Father-in-Lader of His A dispatch from Frankfort late Years and Miss Roslyn Childress The directors of the Knights of Selecting the Jury. last week said: Pythias Fair to be held at Stanford Six Royally Feted The invitations of Dr. N. A. Palmer August 18, 19 and 20, held an enof Louisville, superintendent of the thusiastic meeting Saturday afterOne of the largest crowds that ever On Wednesday, March 31st, n League of Kentucky, to noon, at which many of the commitgathered in the courthhouse here to Alice Lusk and Minnie RobinSenator J. C. W. Beckham and tees were named. Nearly all of the attend a trial, was present this mornJustice Ed C. O'Rear to take 18 directors were present and each son entertained at dinner at their ing at ten o'clock when Judge Charles prohibition showed not only a willingness but a home at Hustonville, in honor of their A. Hardin called the special term of the stump for State-Wid- e Mrs. the Lincoln circuit court to order to have been accepted. They will plead determination to make the coming mother, years Mary Kauffman, who was 93 old that day and little in- the cause of temperance try Henry Hudson, who is under from the fair the biggest and best that Stan- Roslyn Childress, who was six one dictment for the murder of his father-in-la- same stump, and open at Mayfield, ford has ever had. The catalogue just beginning life the other just finY. D. Burton near Hustonville April 19. Before the campaign ends, committee, which is composed of Col. ishing. The table was beautiful with Billy Sunday, the famous evangelist, S. T. Harris, a few months ago. R. L. HubThe selection of the jurymen was and William Jennings Bryan will be ble, R. C. Hocker, J. M. Gover, B. W. rare old silver and china, which had beginning in court when thej I. J.'s re- on the stump in this State for the Givens, W. G. Gooch and S. J. Em-br- served ong many similar occasions, for latch-strinalways hangs out to same purpose, if they can be secured. Jr., has already gotten down to the many port for this issue closed. the friends of this hospitable The same letter was addressed to business and the catalogue this year This case promises to be one of the hardest fought cases tried iin the lo- O'Rear and Beckham, except a may be expected to be the largest and family. The most attractive thing on most comprehensive offered in this the table was a huge birthday cake, cal courts in recent years. A distin- change of names. It follows: appears on guished array of counsel "It has become evident to all intel- section in years. There will be rings decorated with 93 little candles, and each side. For the prosecution, Com- ligent observers of political conditions for all classes and liberal premiums when all were lighted it was a thing afterwards." monwealth's Attorney E. V. Puryear, ir Kentucky in the last few months for each. The following gentlemen of beauty and a joy This was of Danville, is assisted by Hon. Edwin that the combined liquor interests of were chosen as Directors of the Floral ter, Mrs. the gift of her granddaughFrank Lusk, of Utica, N. Y. P. Morrow, of Somerset, who seems the State are exerting their utmost Hall: R. M. Blackerby, S. J. Embry, Those certain to be the next republican can- power to influence and control the A. C. Hill, J. F. Engleman, J. Frank good present to enjoy the feast of things were Rev. and Mrs. A. didate for governor; Hon. O. H. Wad- policies of both political parties with Smith, J. N. Menefee, Jr., J. C. and they will he ready and will- H. Baugh, Miss Katie Helm, little dle, of Somerset and K. S. Alcorn, of a view b preventing the next GenerStanford. Defending Hudson are al Assembly from submitting to the ing at any time to confer with those Misses Roslyn Childress and Sara George D. Florence, of Stanford, J. people of the State a constitutional who wish to make exhibits in this in- Lynn Tucker, Mesdames W. J. ChilS. Owsley, of Stanford, Judge W. R. amendment for State-wid- e prohibi- teresting department of the fair. dress and Claude Ross. Cress, of Monticello and Hon. Virgil tion. As you know, the liquor inter- Prospects are flattering for a great Col. Walton In Race To Stay. P. Smith, of Somerset. ests are or rather, 'bi- exhibition and every member of the A host of witnesses, mostly from partisan, in their work, and are ut- Knights of Pythias Lodge here can Col. W. P. Walton, the n Pulaski and Wayne counties, where terly indifferent to the success of be depended upon to do his best to- Lexington editor, who is a candidate the principals to thetragedy formerly either party, so long as their pur- ward the advancement of the laud- for the Democratic nomination for able enterprise. But the members of Secretary of State, was in Louisville resided, arrived last night and on poses may be accomplished. early morning trains. Most of them They are, therefore, seeking in the that order are not by any means the Saturday to look after his interests are said to be character witnesses for coming campaign to control the two only boosters for the fair. That list in this race, in which he is a formidone side or the other. parties, both in the August primary includes everybody in Stanford and able factor. Col. Walton declared as the surrounding country. The direc- utterly absurd the report that he inMiss Mary Tracy, of Danville, offi- and in the November election. cial court stenographer is here to take a leader in your party who tors of the K. of P. Fair, which are tended to withdraw. "I am in this "As the testimony in the trial. It is not has always upheld the temperance called to meet again Saturday after- race until the 'last day in the even-ng- ,' believed that a iury will be secured cause, and helped in its work, we are noon, April 17th, are as follows: W. and I feel certain that I shall win today, as each side is scutinizing the writing to you to earnestly request M. Bright, Samuel Castello, James in the August primary," he said. Col. jury list very carefully and question- that Senator Beckv.am and Judge Harris, H. J. McRoberts, J. H. Woods, Walton has been appointed by Gov. ing each talesman closely. O'Rear join in a series of addresses S. M. Saufley, J. M. Gover, Dr. E. J. McCreary. one of the Kentucky deleHudson, it will be remembered, to place before the rcople of the Brown, T. A. Rice, J. S. Baughman, gates to the Internav-ona-l Press Con- - . R. L. shot Burton, who was his father-in-laState these questions in their proper Penny,Hubble, R. C. Hocker. G. L. gress at San Francisco, Cal., in July. H. C. Wray, Jack Spoonamore, He has been invited by the directors to death at the former's home legl light. We believe that the peonear Hustonville, a few months ago. ple of Kentucky are entitled to a m. n. oann, vv. ju. icL;arty and J. . of the Press Congress to deliver an Only one witness was present at the vcte upon this important question, Cummins. address oan "A Newspaper Sen-ictime of the killing, except Hudson's and that no political party should subto the State." Louisville Times. wife,, who is not allowed to testify mit to the domination of the liquor Ward Wants Pheasants Penned. under the law. She is with her hus- interests and refuse to grant the peoEngland's Worst Foe. The next consignment of game band at the cburthouse. The full testi- ple this just privilege." Prohibition, as drastic as that preby the State Game and mony brought out at the examining When Judge O'Rear was asked if birds secured trial was published in the I. J. at the he would speak in the interest of any Fish Commision will be distributed vailing in Russia, faces the United among the people who will agree to Kingdom. Press discussions of the lettime. candidate, he said: ter sent by David keep them Hudson has been out on $2,000 "I am not espousing any man's acclimated in pens untilifthey become chancellor of the exchequer, to the the and breed, the recom bond. candidacy, but the Republican party A great deal of interest is being car. not afford to pursue a cowardly, mendation of Executive Agent J. Q. Ship Owners' Federation are wide. "We are fighting Germany, Austria manifested in the case, and it is prob- equivocating course. It has always Ward, of Frankfort is adopted. A able that the larger part of this week been the party to meet new issues as consignment of 2,500 English pheas- and drink, and so far as I can see the all the greatest of these three deadly foes is will be consumed in the trial. they arise. It must take one side or ants has been divided among of peo- drink." and added that he had a growcounties, placed in the hands the other on Show at middle ground this one. There is no ple who promise to fded them and re- ing conviction that only the severe Special TONIGHT to It must Opera House. Admission 2c a reel wet or dry, and stand on. purpose be port upon their condition at intervals; method would be of avail in dealing my sole in for adults; .lc per reel for children. undertaking this canvass is to arouse but in a few instances thev will be with the evil. The employers are backing what placed in pens. Mr. Ward's plan is the party conscience-- on this vital that a movable pen can be contrived; Mr. Lloyd-Georg- e terms "root and THE LATEST WAR NEWS question." so that the feedintr ground of the branch action" even to the extent of The United States made public its Senator Beckham said: changed. The keener will promising to seal their own wine note to Great Britian and France, an"No, sir; I shall address myself en- birds can be of tho en(l nf thft cellars and to prohibit the use of in nouncing that it "could not admit" tirely to the issue on which I was in- - be un rlMn.ol.lrai-iryear dicants at their clubs, while labor either the right of the Allies or thei rl"f"'1 " goi-ders are equally anxious for the numb claims for j 'Jtion of some prohibiiaryjnea&jgrthe b embargo o nfHNIB:ismMAirflliBBfiHH Injunction. LualLb deinAHn lipr.wppn d wvfBiiaBiwr.T.TrJBJm. Ml l Mk miTif&fihi&Ki&iJ-" Static, (eli oVBrErUMSJi C(T& GkKKJMCVsVjhv oner, who was to have the m J XT ny ucnerai1 news notes. ting rink and box ball this c sion would an Cass Drake, aged 72 and for pm over the State Bank, oi starting a state gam titute of u e report that injunction its attendant hazards from devastat 40 ears an insurance agent, is dead present enen injustice being done the commerce of proceedings were gotten out to pro- ing diseases and enormous overhead at Nicholasville. He was a frequent m this and other neutral countries is hibit Kflpi from carrying out his in- expenses. A constant supply of game visitor to Stanfordagedformer days. 80, and one of John WT. Scott, thoroughly acclimated, thus emphasized. GifFord Pinchot, special tentions, is erroneous as far as he birds, agent of the United States in the war knowsrfSaid he, " I heard of consid- would be provided at a minumum the best citizens of Garrard county, died at this home near Buena Vista zone, has been expelled from Belgium erable "objection to my opening of the cost. Friday of troubles incident to old age, by the German authorities. Washing- place and shall make no further move A Tribble has swapped his hotel at ton dispatches say the objection to until everybody is satisfied in the For Secretary of State. Junction City to Elias and Lee HarMr. Pinchot is based upon his rela- premises. I do not propse to do that When I announced my candidacy mon, of Perryville, for their farm in tionship to the former British Minis- which is not satisfactory to those interested and J am determined that for Secretary of State in December Marion county. ter to Denmark. Millard Arnold, who made his esThe Russian armies are now on the my business shall not be classed a last, I stated that I did not enter the race at the urgent solicitation of cape from Rockcastle county officers, Hungarian side of the Dukla and Lup-ko- nuisance." friends, but of my own volition. The was arrested at Franklin, Ind., and passes, and are struggling for the Means. What State-Wid- e fact was, nobody had asked me to run placed in jail at Mt. Vernon. He is heights which dominate Uzsok Pass. The Austrian official report admits State-wid- e prohibition this year but the proffers of support that I wanted on several charges. that fighting is now taking place in simply means that the people may be immediately received and am still reA Precocious Youngster. the Laborcza valley, south of Lupkow. given the chance to say whether they ceiving, seems to indicate that a Twelve-year-ol- d large body of voiers are getting Winifred Sackville want whisky sold in Kentucky. It is ready to urge me to enter. Stoner, of Pittsburg, Pa., speaks principle of Democracy New Schoolhouse at Harris' Creek. a fundamental My rasons for candi- eight modern languages and teaches At a meeting o fthe County Board to give the people a right to say what date were that I becoming acapable Esperanto. She has published feel fully nine adis all state-wid- e of Education here Monday, it was de- they want. That cided to advertise for bids for the vocates are asking, for, and who can of filling the office with credit and books, two of which have run into be construction of a new schoolhouse on deny that the people have this right? ability, and a desire to partyreal ser the third edition. She passed the en- that I trance examinations for Leland Stanvice to the State and Cadiz Record. Harris' Creek, in the northeast sechave so long and so cheerfully given i ford University when she was nine tion of the county. The building is my best suport, without previous to years old, ana today sne nas complanned to cost about $400. There Handsome Tribute to Mr. Gooch. this time seeking or desiring reward. pleted her college education. "Any are about 40 pupils in that district The I now ask the Democrats to gratify normal child can do the same thing and it is figured that a building of say of Lancaster Record has this to my W? G. Gooch, who last week ambition, that size will be ampry sufficient. Ar- announced himself a candidate for discharge the promising if they do, to if he is trained early enough," says duties of the office in Winifred's mother. rangements were made at the meet- democratic nomination for Represena manner that will reflect credit on ing for taking up with the Casey tative of Lincoln county. Mr. Gooch Held To The Grand Jury. it and them. county School Board the matter of lived for several years in Garrard and My Democracy is unquestioned; I J. E. Wallin, detective for the Q. payment of tuition for Casey county is held in high esteem by the good have never faltered in my support of & C. railroad, at a preliminary trial children who have been going to Lin- people of that county: its men and measures; I have tried to for killing, a week ago, Walter coln county schools near the line. Mr. "If our democratic neighbors of live a life above reproach and to be Grimes, whom he accused of breaking Wm. Landgraf was named as a comLincoln knew "Billy" Gooch as well of service to my day and generation. into a freight car atHigh Bridge, was mittee from the board to go before as do the democrats of this county he the Fiscal Court today and ask for will receive the honor, unanimously, I have never held or sought office, held over to the grand jury on $1,000 but do want to be Secretary of State, bond by the County Judge of Jessathe same tax levy as last year, 20 that he seeks. and trust my brother Democrats will mine. cents on the $100 worth of property. Yielding to the persuasion of his give me that support which will infriends, Mr. Gooch this week makes sure my nomination, to be the foreBarbourville-Mancheste- r Railroad. Mother In Israel Gone. public announcement in a signed plat- runner of a triumphant election. Harris' Creek, April 5. A bonus of $100,000 has been raisW. P. WALTON. A great shock was caused in this form of his intention to seek the nomed by Clay county and citizens of ination at the August primary to repcommunity on Monday, March, 29, Barbourville, assuring the building of ADMISSION, to the Senior Play the Barbourville-Manchestwhen the news was spread that Mrs. resent Lincoln county in the Legislarailroad, to is John Rice, who had been an invalid ture. His and a platform pledgedand Friday evening, 25, 35 and 50 cents. and work on the new extension will economy honest government for nearly six years, had passed on to has be started by May 1. Although the the ring of democracy. The peothe great beyond. Mrs. Rice was a ple can railroad builders, in their contract, His Voice is Silent. rest assured that this gentle noble and Godly woman during all The following appeared in the have until July 1 to begin work, the man will live up to his promise, for he these years, of illness. She was as is construction will start immediately not only a true democrat himself, Montgomery, Ala., Journal of March to take advantage of the summer weapatient as Job. There was never a g'ood democratic 31, and will be appreciated by Mrl comes from sigh escaped from her lips. She boreu have ther. Nearly 100,000 cross-tie- s and her sufferings patiently, and her J. nd tested 1I1C 1Cal- - McKinney's legion of friends in been purchased, it is stated, as well Stanford and Lincoln county. UUllIlg ly motto was "Hs Will, Not Mine Be Wcla 1UU11U .LdlliU-Ulas telegraph poles and lumber. An en: To the of the Done." She was not only a mother to years that he resided in Garrard coun ' WhatEditor become Journal G. Mc- gineering force will go out within the has of Will the her children and grandchildren, but a ty he was regarded as one ofcoun- Kinney? His bright, brief stories have next few days n the preliminary work mother to all. In early life she gave most popular democrats of the of locating changes for creek beds. frequently appeared in the her heart to her Master and had since ty and was often solicited to accept editorial column, his voice Journal's is silent been a faithful servant. She was a office. He was always active in be and is heard no more and it is greatly Complete Display of Hats at C. O. ac- half of the party and helped many member of the Baptist church and We have on display a comhis complished every duty toward God struggling democratic nominees to missed by read numerous admirers. line of spring the Montgomery daily plete and I have and toward man. She leaves a loving success, who now with their friends papers very carefully, but have failed and summer hats. New ones will be wish him full realization in his amhusband, eight children, four brostore at Crab Orchard visit- showed at thers and one sister, besides a host of bition and hundreds of these demo- to find his obituary, and I havesearch each week our we cordially invite the and cratic friends will be found 'deading ed the Oakwood cemetery in friends to mourn the loss of a devotMrs. public to call and see bearing ed wife and mother. Mrs. Rice, before over the line' to help him. Billy of a monument be found.his epitaph, Wm. Pettus & Mrs. J.them. L. Francis, Gooch is every inch a man, a demo- but it could not her marriage was a Miss Benedict, a 27-- 2 Last from sister to Chas. Wm. and Tom Bene- crat to the core, honest to a fault, big wrote atime that I heard on hishim, he Crab Orchard. Kenbeautiful ode hearted, broad minded, sensible and dict, of Boyle, Lincoln and Casey Immensity of Texas home which reads as counties. Her other brother, G. S. ever loyal to his friends as he is to tucky said that his heart was follows: He longing every principle of right. The business If the entire population of the Benedict, who resides in McLean, for a friend once his first love, world resided in Texas, there would 111., came to attend the funeral ser- people of Lincoln county can not afAnd when joined in wedlock, would be only an average of 10 persons to ford to turn away from this opporvices, which were conducted at the be happy as angels above. the acre, according to figures comBaptist church at this place by Rev. tunity to have such a representative, Perhaps his Kentucky belle has piled by John Adams, of Ft. Forth, nor can the democrats afford to turn Waggoner, of Morciand. him to his so The family wishes all down so true, loyal and useful demo- persuaded a watchful old home, him.she The population of ths world is about eye on can keep 1,600,000,000. If all the inhabitants who were so kind to them in crat. those Subscriber. those-hour- s of the world lived in Texas, the denHere's the greeting of twelve, hun- Prattsville, Ala. of distress. They especisity of the population ould be about ally want to, thank Rev. Waggoner dred democratic friends from your and Mr.,Pruitt for their kindness and former home in Garrard, Mr. Gooch, Nothing So Good for a Cough or Cold equal to the density of Ft. Worth's When you have a cold you want population, which is 5,440 a square respect shown them. After, fun- who wish for you all success, and are eral services the remains were laid to ready to help you if you need them." the best medicine obtainable so as to mile. There are 265,780 square miles get rid of it with the least possible de- in Texas. Dallas News. rest, in the old family burying ground. Farmers and others who live at a lay. There are many who consider Affectionate Friend, Allie M. Owens. Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness distance from a drug store shoulld Chamberlain's Cough Remedy unsura general account" J. Boroff, Elida, kilmfrwf Huse a bottle of BAL- - passed. Mrs. since mp daughter Ohio, and sure sign of"notorpid liver.feeling kV LINIMENT. HERmay Ruth is a a A Cure for Sour Stomach. 'It cuts, says, '"Ever was cured of a severe cold and cough BINE is the medicine needed. It Mrs. Wm. M, Thompson, of Battle mKilHsSPW t sft any time for Creek, 'Mich., writes: ''I have been sttrci, sprains or rheuma- - by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two makes the- liver active, vitalizes the troubled with indigestion, sour stomppwenui neaiing ana pene- - years ago, I have felt Jtindly disposed blood, regulates the bowels, and reuy. rrice zoc, ouc ana toward the manufacturers of that stores a fine feeling- of energy and ach and "bad breath. After taking two (ttle. SoW Aby Shufars' preparation. I knoW of nothinsr so cheerfulness. Price 50c. Sold by Shu- bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am well. These tablets are SDlendid Stanford, Ky., & Lyne j quick to relieve a cVugh or cure a sirs' Drug Storey Stanford, Ky., it Eyne Bros., Crab Orchard. none better." For sale By all doalers.. Orchard. cold." or sale by all Stealers. w Anti-saloo- Mes-dam- es ex-Ch- ief w, Ex-Senat- or y, Mc-Cla- ry non-partisa- n, well-know- w, e Lloyd-Georg- e, el . 1 DHHHHK drHIJjH- - - juhhotm mmnmmmk gJhtsHfHM rflMH7Mird J XT-- .- w er up-to-d- to-tha- nk k - - Jt I ,v i- - tn A Half Million Dollars A half a million dollars is a lot of money isn't it? But we have more than half a million as a protection to those who do business with us. Don't you know we are going to take care of that half a million? We will take just as good care of what you SgjgLgii & A deposit with us. r. i. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, April 6, 1915 The Interior Journal WALTON & by local applications, as tbey cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is ouly one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inllamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It is entirely closed Deafness Is the result, and 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 case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot b cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send, for circulars, free. O. & .Deafness Cannot Be Cured SAUFLEY IN ADVANCE at Stanford Editors and Managers. ...MEfrS UNDERWEAR.... You have worn that Winter Underwear for six months. You now have to change, for it is doubtless about worn out, and besides the weather bureau telis us warm weather will be with us in the next few days. So we remind you of your . fl A TEAK STSICTLY Entered at the poitoffice iteond elan mail matter. at Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Court House : : Kentucky : Stanford $100,000 $100,100 Surplus Resources over $500,000 Capital POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Commissioner WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEAREN. p CHENEY Sold by Druggists, 75c. CO., Toledo, Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. No Cowardly Surrender. (Cadiz Kecord) fw M If the Democratic party in Ken-tuuk- k ::A v. sEik v.. M"."- .1.v ' ..'.'.Mi ii ' 3 i9s Oxfords! - Jm OxjgaftgSggj to-bu- Oxfords, Men, Ladies,"Mrs'e We are showing you the It is now kigh timeTJJJJf y- ind"JttiyiBteit a paVof , NEW ENGLISH LASTS. This is really new. We also have all other can fit you; we can please you. Come and see something new. lasts-We ROBINSON'S. CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker,rznl VoZZr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry 4-- n Notice! Poultry Raisers 4- 11 -44 wants to continue to win the approval of the people and stand for that ivnioh is Lest for the happiness and the homes of the citizens of the state, it will make no cowardly surrender to the whsky interests of the state as some are undertaking to do. Prohibition is either right or wrong MARSHALL C. NEWLAND If it is right and is for the best interFor Representative in Legislature ests of toe precinct and the county, who can hope to have intelligent peoW. G. GOOCH. ple believe that it is wrong for a The thing that has enabled the The Scientific Temperance Feder- state .' to win by overwhelming majoriparty ation has announced the suspsension ties in recent state elections is the of the American Distillers' Review, fact that we stood for better homes, one of the most potential trade cleaner lives and purer citizenship. On journals published by the liquor ago a county unit platform four years the party won the election by trade. The Review was baffked by more than thirty-on- e thousand; and distilleries located in all parts of the the party pledged itself to the county country and was the official mouth- unit oer the bitter protest of those princinow piece of the whisky interests. Lack of ple's. clamoring loudest for itstemperAs the champion of the support is the cause assigned by the ance forces of the state, Beckham publishers. The temperance contin- was elected to the Senate last fall by gent will find many crumbs of com- a ma,orty oven more than was given our fort in this announcement, but they that ticket four jears ago. In order nm fight must not get into their craniums that may the carriedLeg; final a smaller way victory in the uc to the whisky people are going to give state and nation, a popular demand up the fight. They could not afford to do such a thing in the first place is heard all over the state for a furstep in permitting and secondly they are not so consti- therstate to declare as a the people of whole wheththe tuted. er they want intoxicants sold in the state. Will the party continue its advanced position on this question, or S. Walton Forgy, a talented law it surrender to the demand yer of Elkton, is being strongly men will whisky gang, as the party did of in the tioned tor circuit ludere in the Todd- - Tennessee a few years ago, and meet district. defeat that administered to it Mr. Forgy is a fine gentleman, has thethat state as wasresult? in a made a success of his law practice, is in The party last a good, clean democrat and his fall because it won up aTennessee who put candidate iiu'.s m tb's ind or the Stats would was true friend to temperance, be greatly pleased at his winning the who ahas made good his promisesand to nomination. Mr. Forgy married Miss the people in his acts as the Governor Elizabeth Twidwell, of Hustonville. of the state. Tenexepnence and during his visits to this countv nessee should The a warning in the to be has impressed all who met him as be party in Kentucky. ing an exceedingly courteous gentleIt will be no easy fight. Nothing man and one deserving of any honor will be left undone to thwart the wish that might be trust upon him. es of the temperance people of the state. All temperance laws now on the statute books have been placed The knock-oof Jack Johnson bv there after bitter fights in opposition Jesse Willard, at Havana, Cuba, by the whisky interests. They will Monday, is convincing of several temperance to make furthings, the first of which is that the not permit ther headway without a more vigorwhite race is and must be supreme. ous fight. It tells in unmistakable terms also Good men may be misguided for a that a man can not go the "pace that time, but the light will be turned on kills," as Johnson did, and preserve and the lines cleai'ly drawn before his physical being. And mayhap it the It is another means that when the age of 37 years step seventh of August.from the lives to save the boys is reached the meridian is passed and of drunkards; to make mothers happy the decline has begun. Any way the in the thought of saber sons and hus-result 01 the bout turnisheeg thought and something toJlSj w drives eiraen- wno-.and the latter is being QflUlfiftMAim. fc&Ai' f UAtAS, freely today, here arid elsfeJ et iibfciw'iin4v Woman's Club But file ,gooid.'3)qopl&?oStbe state can ine next meeting 01 the woman's not be fooled very long. They Club will be held Thursday aftirfnoon, what April 8 at 2:30 o'clock. The program is the have seen enough to know side. right side and the wrong is as follows: tg up to question Ten Best American Women Writ- theThe whole Will they will be people. continue to ers. Miss Belle Denny, the right, or for temperance Short Biographical Sketch of Not- fightthey for the timeand will falter and pered Kentucky Writers Miss Ella backward step from which we May Saunders and Mrs. T. W. Jones. mit a not soon recover? shall Leader Miss Belle Denny. Upon the result the final success of the party and the lasting good to the Clever Entertainment. people very largely depends. presentation of the amusing The A prudent mother is always on the farce, " The Heavenly Twins," drew quite a crowd to the Graded School watch for symptoms of worms in her Auditorium Saturday night and the children. Paleness, lack of interest in play was heartily enjoyed. All who play, and peevishness is the signal for took part did well, and each member WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. A of the seventh and eighth grade in few doses of this excellent remedy the performance has a right to feel puts an end to the worms and the proud over the work done. "The child soon acts naturally. Price 25c Heavenly Twins" is very funny and per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug there was laughter and applause from Store, Stanford, & Lyne Bros., Crab Orcahrd. start to finish. Simpson-Logan-Muhlenberg UNION SUITS. And when we say Union Suits, you naturally think MUNSING'S. Munsing Union Suits stand out before the world like STETSON HATS or WALKOVER SHOES; they lit the man. No cutting in 'the crotch. No pulling down in the neck. We have them in regular sizes, also in slims and stouts to fit a youth, with the easy fitting man or a comfortable drop seat, with long or short sleeves, at 300-poun- d 100-poun- Mi'! ,;l ail d $1, $1.50, $2. yS$ .jO McRoberts & Bailey Stanford, Kentucky High Grade Stallion nut Sorrel Stallion will make the son of 1915 My high bred six-year-- I Chestsea- GREATEST AID TO BEAUTY. is ut j mm vv ai my uarn on the old fair grounds at Hustonville, Ky. He is 16 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 i 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 fine breeder, having colts to show for hlr 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, More Frills. Johnny handed the following note from his mother to the teacher one morning: "Dere Teacher: Ypu keep tellin' my boy to breathe with his diafram. s, Maybe rich children have got but how about when their father only makes a dollar a day and has got five children to keep? First, it's one thing, then it's another, and now it's diaframs. Tnat's the wiorst dia-fram- at the glistening whiteness of well kept teeth The Rexall Antiseptic Tooth Powder will remove the tartar from your teeth and make them white and antiseptically clean. The use of this daintily perfumed powder will eliminate disease breeding germs. Strengthen the gums and make the mouth and breath sweet and clean. Your money back if not satisfactory. 25 c a can Sold Only By Us Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. THE REXALL STORE Wall Paper-Hous- e Just what you want for Spri the Lowest Prices. Paint ' at PrS&jg cer-tan- ly See our stock before you buy. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. yet." NOTICE As the solvent partner of the firm of Leece and Collier, merchants of Crab Orchard, Ky., said Leece having " been adjudged bankrupt, I H. H. for yean aad think it the bett Mia Katie Bryant. EUrditown, Ky., sayi: "1 have uied Reage 1 poultry remedy made. 1 tcuret gapes andlimbemeclc without fail. dropped down the bill of 8pu; WiUCoomet, Bardttown, Ky..tays: "One drop of Recipe chicken kilLs the worm and relieve the chick t nttantly. I ti t the best preventive 1 have ever used." Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robt Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Price 50c at all Druggists. 4 SOLO BY PENNY'S DRUG ST ORE, STANFORD, KY. Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according: to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Becipes of Charlie White-Sffoo- n, The Cow-ho- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the COM-CEL-SAB, CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- fte CowBoy Bersalist OF IKDIAB SCIENCE SOFE, for the HuGreat Body-Tonman Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write ic tional Prohibition League of America, at the Methodist church at Moreland on Saturday evening, April 10th, at 7:30. Please come and bring some one with you. The membership of the Lancaster Baptist church has about completed arrangements for the remodeling of its sanctuary. The main auditorium will be enlarged by an annex in the rear and a baptissry will be constructed. Four churches at Uarnett, Mo., the Baptist, Christian, Presbyterian and Methodist, all weak bodies with about 50 members each, holding monthly meetings, have united into one body,' known as the Federated Church, each of the four branches, having a member on a board of control. The minister is to be selected who will be expected to understand the church situation and preach only the fundamentals of Christianity and unity of purpose in spreading the gospel. The coalition was worked up by Rev. C. R. Gree, of Harmony, Mo. will deliver an address COMMISSIONER'S SALE He Was Mistaken. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. A coal wagon driver mistook the Eld. J. G. Livingston will preach window at Logan's Creek Sunday morning at bed room in Grand in the Jacob EpRapids, Michigan, stein flat 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:30. for a cellar window and he shot two A. C. Powell, president of the Na- tons of coal into the room. The next day the flat was cleaned at the pense of the coal company. ex- Saturday, April 10.1915, at 10 o'clock A. M., in Crab Orchard, Ky., at the store room of said Leece & Collier, sell to the highest and best bidder, the undivided one half interest of said Leece in said partnership, including his interest in the stock of merchandise of said firm then on hands. This stock of merchandise is in good condition and the purchaser will be given immediate control and possession of such interest. Terms 26-- 4 Cash. H.H. COLLffiR. Collier, will on n Plsvur .r.4" Mi77i Court-rlous- e, Upposite the ... N AiMrsi .. m w- Wants to Sell You a W. J. w. A PLr men :id WW l--k Also Your uoodrresh Garden beed. Olr tv n Y ty v. v. V'j m. . Who Can Doubt Sworn Testimony of Honest Citizens? Here's What You Want The People's tise What Market Place Adver-Yo- u Have to Sell OIGINAfOB cen-ca-Sa- R WRtTEMeW'S CHEYBHIE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N a science sepe West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Rex Coal Black Star Black Crescent All hot, free Burners No soot,fewFashes f?vri f hi COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Succetor to E,B. Denham Mountain in Lincoln county, Kentucky, bounded on the north by the land of John Hart and Reuben Gooch; on the east by the land of Butte Benson : on the south by the land of Hub Jenkins; and on the west by the land of W. D. Gibson. The sale is to satisfy plaintiff's debt for $495 with six per cent, interest from February 10, 1910 and $11.55 with same interest from Jan. 25, 1915, jnd costs of said action. Bond with good security for purchase price will be Required of the purchaser, payable t Commissioner, bearing six per cent, 'interest from date of sale, having force and effeqt of a judgment and secured by lien. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. , 24-3- T. Commissioner will on i man. U. iU. riUjEMAIN, Monday, April 12, 1915 -Tunnelton, W. V. 'The Royal Jack. in front of the court house door in Personally appeared before me, Ky., offer for sale at public this 11th of September, 1909, Mrs. D. Excelsior, the Royal Jack, . will Stanford, outcry to the highest and best bidder, E. Hileman, who subscribed the above make the season of 1915 at $8.00. on accredit of six months a tract of statement and made oath thai th1 His colts as weanlings sell from $65 about 40 acres of land, near King's same is true in substance and in fact. to $125; at two years of age, for above styled action, the undersigned D. A. Prewitt, etw Plaintiff. vs. Notice of Sale. A. G. Coker, ect. Defendants. ui oucmence ,o a juugmem; rendered at the February term 1915, in your Swamp-Rowith the most remarkable results. For years I was almost a wreck and was a great sufferer. I was so bad at times I would faint away and had sinking spells. Finally a new doctor was called in and he said that I had kidney trouble and gave me medicine, of which I took several bottles. I obtained some relief from this but I was getting weaker all the time ; I could not sleep so much pain that my and suffered husband and children had to lift me inland out of bed. After this time two friends sent me word to try Swamp-Roo- t, which I did. and I am glad to state that the first dose gave me great relief. After taking the third dose I was helped into bed and slept half of the night. I took several bottles of Swamp- Root and I feel that I owe my life to this wonderful remedy. The two family doctors said that I could not live three months. I would have to be helped in and out of the bed ten to twenty times every night." After tak for two ing Dr. Kilmer s awamp-Kodays I was entirely free from getting ,up and could sleep soundly. ot ot Some time ago I began the use of Go To Farris' For Your Wedding Presents at Jewelry Store, Stanford. Mueller's FOR SALE. Three Jersey calves, one 4 months, one 2 months, and one 2 weeks old; all in good shape. G. Bauman, R. F. D. 3, Stanford. 26-2- p MONEY to loan on farm lands in sums of $2,000 and up. Low rate in27-- 4 Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. terest. Easy payments. Bromley. Bromley & CABBAGE PLANTS and flowers of various kinds for sale by Ed. Hub26-bard, Stanford, Ky. 3. IT cost no more; it pays better, to insure with the old "CONTINENTAL." D. A. Thomas, agent, office 25-4- F in State Bank. SINGLE COMB Brown Leghorn eggs from healthy, farm range, winter layers. Fifteen for 60 cents, one hundred for $3.00 cash. Erie C. Far- ra, Lancaster, Ky. Box 272. 18-- 8 Spring Footwear. We have many styles in Men's and Ladies' Oxfords for you to select from. Come in and look them over. Easter time is near. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard ---- --- JOSKPH FILLER Notary Public. ile $200; lien retained on colt for service fee. Season due when mare is Kentucky transferred. 24-- 8 a jf m New Hitch and Feed Stable. t I am opening up a new hitch and Will Do feed stable at Carter's old place on Prove Wkat Swamp-Roo- t Depot street. Let me take good care For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & of your horses and rigs when in town. John Meeks. . Co., Binghamton, N". Y. for a sample 25-2- p size bottle. It will convince anyone. DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office You will also receive a booklet of UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER valuable information, telling about in Lincoln County National Bank Building. Eye; nose, throat, ear, Gen-et- o, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEI FwrMwrt Mmimoj, Rh$c Fwii( the kidneys and bladder. When writurinary, rectalfpejvic diseases, ing, be sure and mention 'the 'Stanturt ExehMiie fir a Kb ford Interior Journal. Regular fifty Eiiworv. consultations. Eves skillfully Offtet Www 117. HW PIMM Ml "size bottles for nested, glasses scientifically prescib- cent, and STANFHB, KY4 PtttNE 42 tTHIFORi, KENTUCKY. 20-- 2 . ao-dat1 all drsg stores. , edr sale -one-dollar na Co., Binghamton, N. Y. Dr. Kilmer Letter to James G. Carpenter, Jr. J. C. M'Gary J. L Beazley & Co a . - '- - r "i ..,. V"-- : r: ' m -- . . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, April 6, 1915 Waten Your Children The Deposit Bank of Stanford, Ky., opeend for business, Sept. 6th, 1858. successors, The National Bank of Stanford Shop Perfect. Its (Incorporated) Often children do not let parents know they are constipated. They fear something distasteful. They will like Rexall Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes like sugar. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Penny's Drug Store. LANCASTER JtgSSzSm Tablets will relieve &&xjoBJL Dyspepsia) commenced business in 865, and. its suc1 We serve a Splendid Noon - Day Lunch for Shoppers. When you are in Danville call. Cor Third and Main, DANVILLE, KY. your indigestion. Many people in this town have used them and we have yet to hear of a case where they have failed. We know the formula. Sold only by us 25c a box. Penny's Drug Stor. (i J I u cessor, ,.y The First National Bank took over its business Oct. 4th, 882, and since its organization has paid in dividends to its stock holders, ..... $232,500.00 the large sum of 28,500.00 Carried to its Surplus Fund 1 Heard About Town a three weeks' tussle with grip. Cicero Reynolds is out again after Do not miss the Football Game at the Opera House Friday evening. S. L. Stephenson, the Maywood merchant, went to Louisville, this morning to lay in goods. Mrs. Kate Bullock, the acred mo L. H. Lynn, is verv ill at his home. Making total of. $261,000.00. ther of f. tt '1 V Ed. Ballard bought a touring car and Robert T. Bruce bought a Ford runabout from McCarty & Anderson last week. This firm is buying this Little Thomas Glynn is suffering popular car in carload lots and they Personal and Social appear to go like hot cakes. with bronchitis. Mrs. Bowen Lee Adams, .of May-woo-d April 8 The Woman's Club will was at Juncton City Sunday. A. C. Moore, of Dryad, Washingmeet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 Mrs. Tyler Messer is confined to ton, is spending a month or so with o'clock instead of Wednesday, the her home with a severe cold. his father, J. E. Moore, in the postponement being on account of a A. C. Carman has been laid up section. The first named hns meeting of the C. W. B. M. with the grip for several days. I been in the logging business in the R. M. Newland is confined to his iNortnwest ior a number ot years and April 9. Senior Play at opera home with a sprained ankle. house . we are glad to say that he has made Mrs: Kirby Bourne, of New Cas- good. W. B. Buchanan spent several days tle will arrive this week for a visit V to her mother, Mrs. Lou Shanks. in Louisville. An unusually interesting session of Mrs. Susie Mrs. J. L. Jones is visiting friends j Saturday and E.' Adams was in town Lincoln lodge No. 60 F. & A. M. was purchased a $135 bug- held here Monday night. The lodge in Danville. gy. Mrs. Matt Woodson, of Middles-bor- j Miss Gustava Brummett visited had as its guest Past Grand Master Virgil Smith, is is the guest of friends here. Mrs. Frances Ballard at Bryantsville on legalP.matters, who his in Stanford exemplificaadn Dr. W. J. Edmiston was down from Sunday. tion of the Fellowcraft degree was j Mr. Webb Raney was in Lancaster greatly enjoyed Monday. Crab Orchard and appreciated by Mrs. J. F. Cummins spent a few . on business the latter part of the all the members present. Will week. days with Crab Orchard friends. was the candidate. Mr. Bowen Lee Adams was the Hon and Mrs. W. H. Shanks are guest of his sistr, Mrs. Tyler Messer spending a few days with Mr. and Dick Scudder, of McKinney, was Saturday. Mrs. T. E. Baldwin in Madison. Grand Senior Warden J. N. Saun- in town Tuesday in attendance on John Walker. Miss Ella May Blanford, of Livingcircuit He says that he will Mrs. R. B. Spindle, Jr., has returnston, was here Monday with frineds. ders was in Louisville Saturday on have his court. saddle stallion All Pea-vin- e great Masonic business. ed to Norfolk. Va.r after a visit to Will Riffe and wife, of Hustonville, on exhibition here next Monday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Mrs. Susie E. Adams and Mrs. Sal-li- e spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. E. Aldridge were the geusts of Mrs. which is Horse Show Day, as well as Jessie Stagg. his beautiful little Pony stallion Sampson Archer, aged 65 years Duncan Bagby,' of Covington, Tyler Messer Saturday. Miss Marguerite Fox, of Danville, Sheik. Mr. Scudder will advertise his died at his home two miles of Lowell ppenc a week with bis grandmother, has been the guest of Mis Mary Lee great sire All Peavine in Friday's I. after a lingering illness of Mrs. Elizabeth Hocker. J. at the very low price of $25 for Fox. He is survived by his wife William Westerfield, of Paris, is Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Brummett and this season. and 14 children. spending a few days wth Mr. and grandson, J. G. Murphy visited Mr. The Woman's Club met on ThursMrs. M. D. Elmore. NOTICE. day afternoon at their apartment in Mrs. Bettie LaRue, of Louisville, and Mrs. Joe Brummett Sunday. H. G. Cress, of Monticello, passed the school building. The Literary Dewas the week end guest of her sister, W. O. Walker has been through Monday to Richmond to at- local representative of the appointed partment had charge of the meeting. Mrs. George F. DeBorde. Kentucky Miss Marion Grimes, of Transyl- tend Eastern Kentucky Normal. Rural Association, by H. E. Mrs. George D. Robinson acted as Attorney W. R. Cress, of Monticel- Newby, Creditwill look vania University, at Lexington, spent and after the inter- chairman. The study hour was given lo, Easter vacation here with her par son is assisting the defense in the Hud- ests of the association in Lincoln to a selection from Shakespeare. Mrs. murder case. L. L. Walker being down for a read-in- g "ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Grimes. incounty. number Misses Beulah and Anna Sprinkles terested, A large see Mr. who are from Hamlet and Mrs. T. J. Price Mrs. Bernard Hagen and little should Walker about daughter, Madeline Hagen, of Louis- of Shelby City, visited their sister, any business connected with the as- for an address on "A Play Within a Play." ville, were the guests of the former's Mrs. Grover Hester Friday and Satur- sociation. 28-- 2 day. Mr. George Perkins, a former resisister, Mrs. W. B. Buchanan. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Taylor and dent of Garrard county, died at his Judge E. C. O'Rear, of Frankfort ROWLAND home in Bedford. The deceased was a and Editor J. E. Robinson, of the attractive little daughter, Miss Joyce, Mrs. Bernard Hagen and pretty lit- brother of Mrs. John Dudderar, of Lancaster Record, were here on legal of Danville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Carter Sunday. tle daughter, Madeline, of Louisville this county. busines Saturday. Miss Katherine v Warren is here are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Owsley left Saturday Mesdames Wallace Gover and R. H. Bronaugh, Jr., of Crab Orchard, from Wooster, Ohio, to attend the Mary Hall. for a visit to Mrs. Dave Dunn at DanMrs. Edd Lunsford is visiting her ville. spent a few days with Mesdames bedside of her grandmother, Mrs. Katherine Anderson. mother, Mrs. Oliver Toombs at HusMiss Bernie Lear, of Transylvania Maggie Gover and A. S. Price. Miss University was at home for the EastMr. Lou Holmes, the cleverest tending Eugenia Hubble, who is at- tonville. Eastern Mr. and Mrs. Wll Perkins visited er holidays with her parents, Mr. and drummer on theroad, was here visit- Richmond, spent Kentucky Normal at Easter with her par-ent- friends in Danville Sunday. Mrs. V. A. Lear. ing the local merchants Saturday. near McKinney. Miss Nellie Gooch, of Crab OrchMayor L. G. Davidson and the folMrs. D. B. Southard, of Stanford, W. T. Stephenson, who conducts ard, is the guest of Mrs. Frank Hays. lowing enterprising citizens were in was with her daughter, Mrs. W. G. gents' furnishing store Miss Belle Michem, of Danville, Chattanooga to McBee, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. an Dixie Highat Lebanon Junction, spent last week was the guest of her sister, Mrs. G. way for Garrardboost the R. L. Elkin, county: W. M. Poynter was called to Crab OrW. Goodrich. J. E. Stomes, J. M. Farra, F. S. Hughchard to see her granddaughter, Mrs. with the home folks at Maywood. Ap Nevius, Mrs. Will Jam"es of Crab Orchard, es, G. C. Walker, J. L. Gill, H. V. Al Holmes, who is very low. Mt. photographer, a leading Winchester spent Sunday and Mon- was the guest of relatives last week. Bastin, Dr. J. J. Pursley, J. W. Smith, Vernon Signal. day with his mother, Mrs. Mattie NeMiss Katherine Belden, of Stanford Joe J. Walker and Harry Ware. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Foster and vius. spent the nigfit with her aunt, Mrs. Mr.John W. Scott, a prominent citJunius Foster motored to Millersburg Miss Mae has a izen, of the Buena Vista section, of Saturday and linery store Warren, whoInd., is mil Ida Mundy Thursday. in their big Hudson-si- x at here Clarence Deatheridge has pneu- this county, died after a general debrought back home the following ca- at the bedside Chrisney,grandmother, of her monia. cline at the advanced age of 80 years. dets who are students in Millersburg Mrs. Katkerne Anderson. Mrs. S. E. Carter has returned af- Seven sons, Wm., A. T., A. D., Chas., Military Institute: Hugh Reid Foster, Mrs. Claiborne C. Walton, William Yager, daughter, John Nevius and pretty ter a visit to relatives at Lebanon Virgil, James and T. M. Scott and one daughter, Mrs. Henry Ruble survive boys say Lebanon Miss Alberta Nevius, of Junction. and William Bryan. The Junction, spent several Mrs. Rosa Lunsford and children him. that Mr. Foster "burnt the wind" on days with Mrs. Moattie Nevius. have moved here from Shelby City. Mr. Alex Bishop died in this city on some parts of the journey. The roads Mr. C. W. and son, Beecher, Miss Marcia Smith is the guest of Saturday after an illness lasting sevfor the most of the way were found and Misses Adams Powell and Prill her Jessie sister, Mrs. W. W. Stevens at eral months. He leaves a daughter good. Newbern were down from Huston- Highland Park. and two .sons. ville Monday with Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Mrs. Howard Collier and children Mrs. Ann Walker formerly of this Pennington. are visiting Mrs. Will James at Crab place, died at the home of her daughOrchard. ter, r.Iiv:. D. O. Geiger in Huntington, Editor Richardson to Marry. Mrs. B. P. Martin and Mrs. Ollie West Va. I he i"";i&p : had lived m The Washington Post of Sunday Murphy spent Sunday with Mrs. W. Garrard practical"-,- ' al her long life, and would have been 92 years old had has the following announcement that L. Murphy at Shelby City. Eph. Murphy, of Shelby City, is the she r.ur ivoi a, few weeks. She was a will be of much interest to the gentleman's many friends in Central guest of his brother, Ollie Murphy. lovaUe christian character, being of Miss Pearl Bunn has returned to a sweet and lovable disr.-'t'en- , Kentucky. The bride-to-b- e and is a Washington inen!-eof the Presbyterian To theMerit of Lydia ELPink-- " ing young belle and a most charm- her home'at Loretto, after a visit to church, joining in her early girlhood. woman. The prospective relatives. Alvin Camden, of Indianapolis, is She was a close stuaent of the Bible groom, besides being the editor of ham's Vegetable Comthe Danville Advocate, is private sec- with relatives here. and truly lived by its percepts. The Miss Mabel Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. following sons and daughters survive : pound during Change retary to Senator Ollie James, and is one of the finest young men in the Frank Hays were the guests of Miss James B. Walker, of Richmond ; R. L. of Life. Walker, of Nicholasville; Mrs. James State: "Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Roxie Jennings Sunday. Miss Frankie Peyton Walker, of Burnside, of Richmond; Mrs. B. F. Browning, of Washington, announce Westbrook, Me. " I was passing the engagement of their daughter, Covington, has been the guest of through the Change of Life and had Miss Elise Browning, to Mr. William relatives here. Miss Frona Root,of Hayden Station pains m my back Vernon Richardson, of Danville, Ky. visited Mrs. Clarence Deatheridge HELPLESS AS BABY The wedding will take place in the and side and was so Friday. weak I could hardly late fall." Master George Albert Newcomb do my housework. has returned from a visit to his aunt, Annual Easter Dance. Mrs. Homer "Walker at Covington. I have taken Lydia The Stanford Danre P.lnh wnc knxt Mrs. Newcomb, of Brodhead, is the Down in Mind Unable' to Work, E. Pinkham's Vegeat a very enjoyable uance last Friday guest of her daughter, Mrs. Helen table Compound and Q QO everiinir and What Helped Her. it has done me a lot clock and nancinir Viocron ofserved un Roberts. Mrs. luncheon was not Mr. and J. M. Martin visited good. I will re of til one o'clock on account of fine Taylor Roberts at Neal's Creek commend your med music furnished by Wright's theSaxo- Mrs. wek. last icine to my friends phone Trio. A delightful lunch was Summit Point, W. Va. Mis. Anna Misses Edith and Eva Roberts are and give you permis- served by Willis & Sons. Those who the guests of their brother, Charlie Belle Emey, of this place, says: "I suffered for 15 years with an awful pain in sion to Tiuhlish mv enjoyed the evening were: Miss Jose- Roberts near Preachersville. my right side, caused from womanly testimoniaL" Mrs. Lawrence Mar- phine Brady and Mr. Bryan Perkins, Mrs. Rosa Lunsford and children Miss Lettie Walker McKinney and Mr. visited her mother, Mrs. Fred Moser trouble, and doctored lots for it, but withtin, 12 King St, Westbrook, Maine. out success. I suffered so very much, Shanks, WalGilbert's Creek Sunday. Manston, Wis. "At the Change of Hartwell Mr. Carl Miss Lucy Lee Mary at Miss Roxie Jenning has been the that I became down in mind, and as helpton and Miss Life I suffered with pains in my back Walden Gooch andCarter,Elwood Tot-teI was worst kind less as a Mr. recent guest of friends at Crab Or- of shape. baby. unable in the any work. to do and loins until I could not stand. I also Was Miss Lottie Carson and Mr. Joe chard. bad night-sweaI began taking Cardui, the woman's so that the sheets Hill, Miss Gertrude Wilkinson and Mrs. Willie Buchanan of Stanford, would be wet I tried other medicine Mr. Ora Barnett, tonic, and got relief from the very first Miss Elizabeth visited Mrs. Mary Hall Thursday. but got no relief. After taking one bot- Holtzclaw and Mr. Clifford Willis, L. T. Smith visited his daughter, dose. By the time I had taken 12 bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Miss Nancy Yeager and Mr. Strother Mrs. W. W. Stevens at Highland Park tles, my health was completely restored? Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hays, Mi?, and 1 am now 48 years years old, out f eer as Compound I began to improve and I Carter, Miss Elizabeth Stagg and Mr. Dinwiddie, Miss Marguerite Fox and Mrs. Will Perkins, Misses Roxie Jen- gooo as I did when only 16. continued its use for six months. The Mr. Will Cardui Miss pains left me, the night-sweaand hot Shanks andFlowers, Doty, Margaret nings, and Nellie i Gooch and Walter my mind, certainly saved me from losing Mr. Kie and I feel it my duty to speak Mrs. Lucy Spoonamore went to Ottenheim flashes grew less, and in one year I was Miller Bartley in its favor. I wish I had some power and Mr. W. S. Drye, Easter. a different woman. I know I have to Mesdames R. H. Bronaugh, Jr., and over poor, suffering women, and could Mrs. Dora and thank you for my continued good health Wallace Gover and Zrr. Shirley Gov- the geusts of'Price sister, children "are make them know the good it would do Mrs. Maud her ' ever t since." Mrs. M. J. Beownell, er. The chaperones were Mrs. W. C. Hill at Danville. them." Manston, Wis. Shanks, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Todd, If you suffer from any of the ailments peculiar to women, it will certainly be The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's Mrs. ,Susan B. Yeager, Mr. Carroll When People Ask Us worth your while to give Cardui a trial. Vegetable Compound, made from roots, Bailey. Others present were Messrs. Del AzBill, H. D. Bastin, Stewart what is good for nerves and lost weight; It" has been helping weak women foe and herbs, is unparalleled in such cases. and William Carson, M. D. McCollum, we always recommend more than 50 years, and wiU help you, v ' If ye wat special advice write te Barney Chenault, T. D. Ford, John too. McGraw, 1. PiakaaM Xeiktee Ce. (cwl penter, J. S. Hocker, Hubert CarTry Cardui. Yow druggist sells it and Ed & Htial) Ltbb, Mass. letter will Brady, M. L. Tucker, Arnold Nunnel-leMtdfeww Ge Ladta? Write tot CtotMMf Julian Riffe, Robert GtMttMoeM,,-Tap..dvicory fee epBe4, read asd answered by a fers ' (.vow case and f4mm Wdk. SJei?i. R. M. Cay, Ray Tanner and a food toaic aod tissue buflder n. ttructUnisti wk is. jrtrict cmUMmm. wmmi, irMtmintter Wmwn."tn. plain wpyfi JI.6.1X1 r 'Pmiyf Drug .Stir. , . t' r'k ' Jf S ft Way-nesbur- er o, Ma-theny It has earned the confidence of the public and solicits your accounts Clyde Stunreon. who has been the a, I. J.'s efficient correspondent at passed through Stanford Monday morning, en route to Richmond, where he will attend the Eastern Al-bi- Kentucky State Normal. WATT'S CHAPEL Born to the wife of Mr. Jim Howciety. ard, a fine baby girl., Mrs. Sallie Thompson, of Crab OrRobert Long, a prosperous farmer of this county and Miss Eula Prewitt, chard, was out in the country visitthe attractive young daughter of Mr. ing friends. Miss Nannie Davis spent a few days and Mrs. Marion Prewitt, of Nina, were united in marriage in this city with her ssters, Mrs. C. H. Robbifis and Mrs. M. N. Robbins. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Snowden, of Miss Kathleen Walter was hostess Friday evening at a chafing dish par- Jackson, were the guests of their ty in compliment to Miss Edna Ber- brother, Mr. Andy Thompson and mother last week. kle and guest Miss Melvin. Miss Salena Royse was the guest Mrs. Jos Cowherd, of Kansas City, who is in Danville for a visit to her of Miss Bessie Reynolds Sunday. Mr. Berry Howard is spending a parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Grant, was up the past week for a short visit few days with homefolks. to Lancaster relatievs. Clarence Roberts and Elbert King Thomas Anderson recently an em- left for Monon, Ind., Tuesday. Andy Davis bought four hogs of ployee in the Lancaster Mill and Elevator Co., died at his home in this Matt Hoskins for $24. John Fletcher will quit farming city after a short illness of paralysis. and take charge of the extra gang He is survived by a young wife. Miss Sallie Elkin had a handsome on the L. & N. railroad Monday. Andy Thompson has taken hissame display of hand painted china on exhibition at Anderson's furniture job on the the railroad. Everyone regrets seeing him leave for he was store on Friday and Saturday. Miss Sue Shelby Mason left last such a jolly fellow. Miss Delia Wright and Miss Ethel week for a visit of two weeks to Miss Joe Hord Frank in New York. After Smith visited Miss Salena Royse completing her visit in New York she Wednesday. Gutman & Bro., are repairing their will visit her sisters, Mesdames Henry Falconer in Philadelphia, Roy Asa dwelling this spring. H. B. Howard has been laid up Haynes in Hillsboro, Ohio and Wm. with a carbuncle for several weeks. Fox Logan in W ilkes-BarrPa. Miss Lillian Howard is taking musMiss Emma Walker, a student at Georgetown College came home to ic from Mrs. George Stevenson, of spend Easter with her mother, Mrs. Crab Orchard. e, as tne annual weeK oi prayer. The Chautauqua Circle met at the home of Misses Martha and Helen Gill on Stanford street. The subject discussed was "Land and the Landless." Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie left Saturday for a visit of several weeks to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price of Danville. Miss Edna Berkle, a student of Hamilton College, of Lexngton, is here for the Easter holidays and is a guest at the Gulley House. She is accompanied by Miss Melvin, of Tennessee. Mr .and Mrs. Robert Collis have returned to their home in Richmond, after a visit to Lancaster relatives. At a meeting of the District Convention of the Christian Endeavor held in Nicholasville, Robert Kinnaird was elected vice president of the soweeK The ladies of the Baptist church Hudson, and Mrs. W. O. Rigney, of held an exchange Saturday at W. B. Lancaster; Mrs. Ellen Tevis, of OklaBall's grocery store. , homa, Mrs. D. C. Geiger, of HuntThe fi. W. R. M. nnvillnvTr f V.o ington, West Va. The body was Christian church observed the past brought to Richmond for interment. D. T. Brummett is out after an ness of a week or so. ill- "WORTH SMACKTNC1 "VDUR.UPS OVERT FREE DEMONSTRATION NORRIS' EXQUISITE CANDY You just must try some of NORRIS' Exquisite Candies, in order to appreciate how wonderfully good they are. On next Saturday, we will conduct a free demonstration , and cordially invite you to visit our establishment and sample these delicious confections. ( This candy for which we have the agency is the product of America's Masrer candy-make- r, and in addition to being far beyond any candy produced in America, it is packed in boxes so beautiful that they offer a feast for the eyes' not soon forgotten. Price, eighty cents, one dollar and one fifty per pound. Your inspection is solicited without any obligation on your part to purchasej had the following of interest here as Prof. Ireland lived here so many years as superintendent of the Stanford schools, and' his many local friends will be glad to learn of the good work he is doing in his new home. The Enquirer said: As the Bellevue public schools are in perhaps better condition today than ever before, due to the untiring efforts of Superintendent J. W. Ireland, the Bellevue Board of Education recently him. His salary was increased. Ireland Makes Good At Bellevue. The Cincinnati Enquirer this week Shugars' Drug Store, Excl usive Agents ) Warner 6z. Bower, Stanford, Ky., i Mc-Rober- ts. French Remedy for Stomach Troubles The leading doctors of France have for years used a prescription of vegetable oils for chronic stomach trouble and constipation that acts like a charm. One dose will convince. Severe cases of years' standing are often greatly benefited within 24 hours. So many people are getting surprising results that we feel all persons suffering from constipation, lower bowel, liver and stomach troubles should try Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. It 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 satisfaction. Heating and Plumbing. Bath Room Fixtures a Specialty. Now is the time to prepare for Heating your Home. Talk with us about it V SEE IT NEXT MONDAY. We will have on exhibition Monday, court day, a Gray Gasoline Engine. It is a daisy. See it. physician of the Kline Laboratories, of this city, is achieveing wonderful Old and stubborn cases have New Jersey Physician Said to Have results. been greatly benefitted and many Many Cures to His Credit. patients claim to have been entirely IS EPILEPSY CONQUERED? blood-poisonin- g. ft cured. Persons suffering from epilepsy should write at once to Kline Laborafirm previous reports that the re- tories, Branch 133 Red Bank, N. J., markable treatment for epilepsy be- for a supply of the remedy, which is ing administered by the consulting being distributed gratuitously. RED BANK, N. J., April 4. Advices from every direction fully con- sr up-to-da- te CONTINUED Tire Sale Including I WOMEN FROM UNITED STATES NOBBY 45 to 55 TESTIFY !c-'- f.u r 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 Non Skid Goodrich Fisk Safety United States Chain Tread Racine Country Road Fisk Red Top United States Nobby Tread 30x3 30x3 i 32x3J 33x4 34x4 $ 8.30 $ 8.72 $ 9.52 $10.82 $12.41 $17.71 35x4i 36x4 37x5 n, ts $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 ts CONN & ARNOLD DANVILLE, KENTUCKY FOURTH STREET TELEPHONE 115 Ijia Yr v- y, l Pree-cottUrdw- Ti J fl : , - 1 1 mtP'. s. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, April 6, J 9 15 A Darkey Wedding. Farm and Stock News Wall Paper, Mattings, Druggets. Our Line-Is Very Complete. PENCE DON VARPIPK' . HILL, Stanford. 1-1-- make the season of 1915 at my stable, 4 m;ie from Crab Orchard, on the Singleton place at ten ($10) dollars to insure a living: colt. Description and Pedigree Don Varrick is a beautiful chestnut, 16 2 hands, with snip and white hind feet; weighs 1400 pounds and as compactly built as a pony, with plenty of bone and finish. He is a superb breeder as his colts will show for themselves. Prestolight, one of his colts went a mile last year at Lexington in 2:11 2 and another in Ohio in 2:10. No other horse ever stood at so low a price with two colts in the ten list. Don Varrick is by Onward Silver 2:05 1st dam by Wilkes Boy 2:24; 2nd dam by Bogg's Grey Eagle. Don Varrick has plenty of speed, having shown quarters in 34 2 seconds and went half mile at Danville on 2 mile track in 1:10. He has a splendid disposition which he imparts to his colts. All his colts are prompt drivers, full of vim. They need no whip. See him before breeding elsewhere. He will take your eye and you will make no mistake in breeding to him. wJU 1-1-- 4; 1-1-- A. J. Gooch sold to W. 0. Walker a yearling mare mule for $110. H. B. Howard, of the East End, sold ten shoats to J. M. Cress at six and a quarter cents a pound. E. R. Little, of Montgomery county, has boupht for $6,000 Silver Bells 2:22 4 and will campaign her. Ray Wakefield, of Shelbyville, bought of M. J. Farris, Jr., of Danville, a mule for $140 and a pair of John Underwood for $190. Fox & Farris, of Danville, sold to J. T. Darwin, of Evansville, Tenn., seven mules at $125. He will use them in handling his strawberry crop. Ed and N. B. Price, of Lancaster, bought a good driving horse of Bow-e-n Goode, of this city last week for a fancy price. Wheatley & Smith, of Lebanon, sold a combined saddle and harness stallion to John Miller, of Campbells-vill- e 1-- A Darkey Wedding will be given at the McKinney opera house SaturI day night, April 10. This is a nice clean play and is laughable from the beginning to end. Come bring your Simple As Saying It; Never Fails. wives, sweethearts and children and It doog your heart good to see how have the best time you ever had in easily and quickly any corn comes out your life. Following is the cast of on! And then chai'acters: when you put "GETS-IT- " when you've gone along for years trying Preacher Rev. Coalfax Claude "Me for 'GETS-I- T' When Have Corns" .UK-- S. GASTORlfi For Infants and Children. m 1 ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AVcgelablePrpparationlorAs-similaimOilicFood'aralRpniii- Look. 'GETS-I- T' Singleton. Preacher's Wife Mrs. Bowman Owens. Mrs. Coalfax The Kind You Have Always Bought Makes Corn Fall Right Bride Angelina Maud Booker Miss Mary Lois Gann. Groom Buster Allen White Offl" Pierce Butler. Bride's Maids Cholordyne Cooper Misses Zoe Butand Dinah Cooper ler and Margaret Beck. Groomsman Rufus Rastus Johnson Bowman Owens. m ling Ute Stomadis andBawelsof 1 A FINE MULE JACK. I will also stand the Bun Gaines jack at the same place at $10 a season. Will stand a fine registered Shorthorn Bull at $2 to insure. Money due in all cases when animal is bred elsewhere or parted with. W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. ale Of Livery Outfit. I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION NEXT COUNTY COURT DAY, MONDAY, APRIL 19th, 1915 My entire livery outfit at Danville. One of the best stables in the country, and a paying business, but I sell in order to devote my entire time to buying mules. Will sell horses, buggies, runabouts, harness and everything. Your chance for a bargain. It will be an absolute sale, it matters not what the stuff sells for. B. G. FOX, Danville, Ky. x I 5-Passenger C Overland Model 80 Motor. Touring Car ,Mode! 8 1 T -30-Horsepo- XX I Wheelbase, 106 inches Electric starting and lighting Left-han- d Tires, 33x4 incehs drive Demountable rims (one extra rim) Finish, Brewster green, with body ivory striping. Full stream-lin- e This Car, fully equipped with extra casing, tube and chains, for $900. This the car sold at the factory for $850. Can deliver this car in four hours. Don't be deceived by buying a piece of a car at a timev. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Agent, See This Car Before You Buy. STANFORD, KY. 'f Why Ladies Favor the Carriage Horse-Draw- n It is absolutely impossible for a lady to look dignified, giaceful or beautiful in a modern automobile, unless the car happens to be a closed one then the enclosure which protects the lady's dignity and beauty, at the same time hides those qualities from public admiration. Undoubtedly one of the reasons why the finer grades of horse-draw- n carriages are coming into use again in all the larger cities is because they give the women a chance to show their finery, their new hats and dresses; for as our lady friends have regretfully realized, the automobile affords them no such opportunities. The buggy is one of Dan Cupid's best assistants, and every country bred young man is well aware of the fact. SAYERS & SCOVILLLE AT BUGGIES W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. A Car of Lehigh ft' Just Arrived We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. shippers, recently exported a car ' amount. load of cattle to Green. Embrv & Company at Cincinnati, the consign BROUGHTONTOWN ment of 32 head running in weight Mr. Charlie Blankenship has to Indianapolis after a visit from 800 to 1,200 pounds, and costing them from $4.25 to $6.35 per to homefolks. Mr. William Weaver is on the sick hundred. V. A. Lear, of Lancaster bought list. 15 head of porkers, averaging 170 Mr. Charlie Plummer happened to pounds at six and three-quartcents a very bad accident by getting his a pound; 13 head averaging 140 house burned up Thursday. pounds at six and a half cents from Quite a lot of young folks attended Mrs. Florence Ballard: J. 0 head from the singing at Mt. Zion Thursday Mr. Edwards which weighed 175 at night. $6.50 per hundred; six The little infant of J. F. Smith is hogs of George Rich at $6.35 per vey ill at this time. hundred. Mr. Luther Sowders has gone back The Belgian Government has be- to Indiana. gun the purchase of 10,000 cavalry Mr. Walter Denny is suffering now horses in Missouri. The first lot of Iwith a verv badlv cut hand. 600 sold to representatives of BelMr. Gene Brown has moved near gium in St. Louis, Saturday, will Bandy to make it his home for awhile. be shipped to Newport News, Va., Mrs. Julia Smith is visiting her son thence to be taken across the Atlan at King's Mountain this week. tic. The value of the horses is. placed Mrs. Barbara Parker is very ill at at about $1,350,000. Missouri ranks this time. Miss Daisy Harness was the guest fifth in the union in number of horses, with a total of 1,095,00. of Miss Dovie Smith Saturday. Pope & Robinson, of Garrad counMrs. Minnie B. Blankenship is the ty bought in Letcher county 72 guest of Mrs. Alice Blankenship. head of calves and yearlings, paying The little daughter of Jerry Brown from $15 to $30 per head. They sold is suffering now with a very badly them to various parties parties in mashed finger. Mrs. Angie Soweds and Miss Josie Garrad county. To J. I. Hamilton 12 head at $30 and $32; to C. B. Flan-ner- y Weaver were the guests of Mrs. Sa11 head at $19 a head: to Hen rah Smith Saturday. ry Teater six head at $22 per headjj Mr. Walter Denny has been visit- to J. D. Pope six head at $15 and $16 ing his uncle near Woodstock a head; to J. S. Schooler two head of! Mr. A. H. Noakes is very ill at this cows for $100. writing. A. G. Jones, of near North Middle-towBringing In More Fords. sold the past week to R. E. Moreland a Anderson & McCarty received six chestnut mare of the three-gaite- d pattern, that Ford Touring Cars yesterday, making is believed to be one of the best pros- thirteen of that make they have repects in sight for the small classes the ceived this spring. "They are going coming season. The mare is a daugh- like hot cakes," said Mr. Anderson ter of Pat Herman, the brother to when asked how trade is. Bourbon Prince and Dolan Chief and several others, and while yet very TO THE PUBLIC. green has shown sufficient form to I represent the largest and best warrant the belief .that she will be a clothing house in this real star in her division. country Ed V. Trice & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and Dick Robb Loses Little Daughter. directing the making of your clothqs, Sabra Reid Robb, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. gives me the advantage over one who Dick Robb, who live on Dr. Hugh I is not a practical tailor. If you will Reid's place no the Danville pike, give me your order 1 will promise died suddenly Saturday night of you a square deal. You will get the pneumonia, complicated with heart worth of your money, either in the trouble. The parents have the sym cheapest grades or the higher priced. SUMMER line of pathy of many friends in the loss of My SPRING and ready samples are now for your, intheir little one. spection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, the Practical Tailov er no trouble. Use it for any corn, callus. We Should Smile. wart or bunion. every"GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists bought 18 head of grazing heifers that goes the farthest tobottle, or sent direct by E. The thing making from T. W. Jones, of Stanford, this where, 25o aCo., Chicago. life worth while, ward LawrenceMfc week at $27 a head. That costs the least and does the Sold in Stanford and recommended Six white Wvandottes belonp-inp- . rn most, is just a pleasant smile the Utility Poultry Club, of London, as the world's best corn cure by The smile that bubbles from the heart have set up a new world's record by Shugar's Drug Store. that loves its fellowmen, laying in four months 523 eggs. The Will drive away the cloud of gloom Jack and Percheon Fillies For Sale. previous record was 492 eggs. and coax the sun again. I have for sale at a bargain a John E. Madden, of Lexington, It's full of worth and goodness, too, black jack, with white points. sold to H. C. Hallenback. of New with manly kindness blent; bred and lork City, two Derby eligibles, Duke He is well performer; a fine breeder It's worth a million dollars and it no jennet needand Finn, for the reported price of and quick doesn't cost a cent. ed. Also two good fillies of Percheon There is no room for sadness when we $30,000. ' V. A. Lear, the Grirrard stock stock, full sisters and match closely see a cheery smile. exporter, shipped a consignment of one a yearling and the other a It always has the same look By Carter's Voltaire. If not hogs to the Cincinnati market on last it's never out of style; Wednesday, the porkers going to sold privately before, will be sold It nerves us on to try again when Sterne, Steibel & Company of the publicly at Stanford on county court failure makes us blue day, Monday, April 12th. A. G. T. Such dimples of encouragement are Queen City. J. C. Cook, of Shelbyville, last Smith, six miles from Stanford on good for me and you. week to W. S. Kilmer, of Bingham-to- Boyle and Lincoln pike, mile from So smile away; folks understand what 28-- 2 N. Y., two fancy walk trot Danville and Stanford pike. by a smile is meant horses for $2,500. Mr. Cook shipped It's worth a million dollars and it 25 head of fancy saddle horses to Caesar Wins West End "Dawg Case" doesn't cost a cent. The second trial of one of the hardNew York Thursday, which will be La Junta (Col.) Republican. est fought legal battles in the county sold there this week. At Elkton, Wisconsin, a successful court in many moons was held by Can You Bet Them. sale of Percheons was held by Wm. Judge Bailey Monday. It was a celeKansas boasts of four men who Bellman and others. An average of brated "dog case" from Hustonville $400 was made, with a top of $1,000 and was between two well known have the. shortest names in the counfor the champion stallion at the Wis- colored citizens of the West End, try. Here they are : Web Ow. Caesar Carman and Newt Jones. Cae consin State Fair. Art Ax. T. W. Jones & Comnanv shiDDed sar claimed to have loaned a very H. Elk. 130 head of hogs to the Cincinnati fine and valuable bird dog to Newt to E. Us. market earlv this week. The norkpr? hunt with, on the condition that r- . averaged about 125 pounds, and cost Newt could keep the dog as long as Prohibition Fails in New Zealand. from six to six and a quarter cents a Caesar did not want him. Caesar al leged that he soon had use for the dog pound Official returns have been publishWhat is said to bo thp. lnrrpf Mf. and that Newt could not and would ed by- - the government of New Zea .... prouuee .1 -, 10 Ti. go ot norses ever shipped out of New lnoL uie camne. il was aueg- land n regard to the referendum vote York left last week for Havre. ed that .Newt had taken the dog to upon the question of national prohi France. There were nearly 1,500 Russell county where he died or dis- bition in that flourishing British coloabroad, and are intended for the use appeared in some mysterious manner. ny. Prohibition failed, but by a nar On a previous trial of the case, a row margin. A total of 257,442 votes of the French army. Another great Kentucky youngster jury was unable to agree, but a jury were recorded against national prohi went to Illinois recently when . L. Monday awarded Caesar $25 and bition; 247,217 votes were cast in faWakefield, of Heyworth, 111., bought costs for the loss of his dog. vor of it. This settles the question in the Cardinal 6736 from Hon. Claude New Zealand for three years. Second Coldest March in 43 Years. M. Thomas, of near North Middle-towThe month of Marchd just close He is a royally bred saddle was a record breaker n many ways, horse. Victor Lear, of Lancaster, has en being chiefly remarkable because of gaged about 1,000 lambs from the tlae persistance of low temperatures various farmers in Garrard county to and the absence of high winds. The be delivered in May, June and July. 'month averaged 3.5 degress colder o wc Lueat: yuunjj munon-prouucewere """ ivi,uu,lj cuu purchased at from seven and seven coldest March in the last forty-thre- e years, ine minimum temperatures and three-quartcents. W. G. Gooch has contracted to de- were not' extraordinarily low, but the liver to Lawson & Brown the last highest mark reached during the half of June 50 hogs weighing about month, 57 degrees, is eight degrees lower than the corresponding figure .iou pounds at seven cents, and bunch of cattle to so first half of i for any other March on record. Vege July at seven to seven and a half tation made practically no advance during the month and precipitation cents a pound. d Pope & Robinson, Garrard stock was about of the normal $400. B. W. McGuffey, on Green River, four-year-o- ld two-year-ol- 28-Stanford Saturday. J. P. Wade, of Lebanon, recently purchased from Averitt Bros., "of Bradfordsville, 18 mules at an aver age of $118. He sold three mules for 2. for $600. W. G. Gooch, of Waynesburg, has 28 yearlings and two cows for sale. He can be seen or addressed at Waynesburg. Mr. Gooch will have them in Bride's Parents Mr. and Mrs. Josephus Washington Mr. A Epperson and Mrs. C. Singleton. Groom's Parents Mr. and Mrs. everything, when you've sat up nights Thomas Lee White Porter Duncan wrapping up your toes in bandages, and Mrs. Cleo Thomas. smearing on salves that rub off or swell Old Uncle Joe Ray Tanner. up the corn, pasting on cotton plasters Jilted Sweetheart Miss Mary Dee slaughtering Beck. corns that make your toes with razors, jabbing them with Old Aunt Chloe and Picaninies, etc. knives and pruning to the quick with Admission Adults 25 cents; under scissors and then you put on 2 drops of "GETS-IT- " and see your corn fall right 12 years 10 cents. Doors open at sevoff why, It just looks like a miracle. Just en o'clock. never falls. No pain, try it. "GETS-IT- " pop-eyed, Promo(esDigest!onJCh2Cri ness andltest.Containsiieite' OpiunuMorphiae norMaeral ITS!, Bears the Signature of Not Narcotic. yeafO?lMM'TF7-FIIM- hM In jlfyfraaa f JfxMteM- s- ri )Ofi TOO Jl5fnil IfirmStfJ-Clenfkd Samr sa a Man i Aperfect Remedy for ConsRw-tio- n , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea iM Al Use For Over awlLoss of Sleep. of m an. EicSiiuile Signature m S2TG- -- The Centaur Compass; NEW YOKK. Thirty Years d. Guaranteed undcrthe bootu Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CCNTAUR COMPANY. NCW YOU CITY. n, Capital Stock $75,000.00 Capital Stock $75,000.00 4 ! . i 1- n. , i is ! iuhu WE OFFER YOU THE BENEFIT OF OUR EXPERIENCE Our business is not experimental. Leaks and losses which exist in the usual Creamery have long ago been overcome by our experts. Nothing is done by guess work. Our large volume permits big saving in expense the cost of handling each shipper's cream has been reduced to a minimum SYSTEM MANAGEMENT and MONEY protect your shipments and safeguard your profits. THE HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME each year Other Creameries have come and gone but the has become more and more able to do better and bigger things and make our Patrons more profits. No Ccreamery hopes to do better than we, some try to do as good, while others have ceased trying a long time ago. We have consistently followed the policy of dealing direct, seeing and sampling every shipper's cream ourselves and paying the producer all the profit. It is so easy to ship cream to the as we use the sour cream, simply sending a can once or twice a week, depending upon your facilities for keeping it cool. FREE CANS FOR 30 DAYS' TRIAL ARE SENT PREPAID UPON REQUEST. Every shipment is guaranteed against loss or damage in transit, and paid for Spot Cash. Our price this week is 29 for Butter Fat. TRI-STAT- E Tri-State RESPONSIBLE The Sign of Safety First SAFE PERMANENT Tri-Sta- te l-- 2c er Spring Millinery AT THE i J one-thir- New 1915 Model ve-turn- ed 17 New Features f A man right here in our town bought a low priced ear last year. Some of the extras that he bought for it were: High tension magecto. Shock Absorg bers. New carbureter. devices. License brackets. Anti-ski- d rear tires. Foot aceclcrator. Spcda. meter. Spare tire bracket. These cost him more than 5196.50. Nott he owns a 1915 Maxwell with all these modern foaturea and a'dozen others. This "Wonder Car" with Electric only and Electrio Lights $55 extra. Anti-rattlin- EMPORIUM, HUSTONVILLE, KY. 1 200-pou- nd 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, X Self-Start- er CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. A Legally PS isr'urj mPZdM. Think of it.Mr.Farmcr.hcrc's a remedy for hos cholera that Is sold under a "Local Guarantee Bond." How can you afford to take chances ajrainst ho? cholera when you can get this remedy on such terms? GUARANTEED CURE ra n, four-year-o- ld m mm lllllJllIiIlllllll!lll!I!Ill!ll!li!!fl!I!llIIII IJI'lllHI H. C. x."x w is the only remedy ever put up that ts guaranteed to cure and prevent ho? cholera. It does the work better than any other known remedy. If it did not, it would not be sold on such a strong guarantee. A! All Draiiitsts. Write for free booklet tellintr how to save your hors. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Lejunron. Ky. Soupfcon Hog GhoEsra sieraeay SHiosera K3oi '! FiBBHPaRwanBHiHnHHMnBnK Ky. made-to-ord- er Carpenter, Stanford, Service Station, Som-sstreet. Ask for literature or demonstration. et (!!IllEiniiniIiroiUEiIllIUllllIIiDUDIEl!lllUIllH Fresh Vegetables I two-year-o- ld Always on Hand. West End Folks Who want FRESH MEATS, GROCERIES, BREAD, GARDEN SEEDS, FRESH VEGE- -' 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 mon- - Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some MliyiCEMENT has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. 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 & CO. ) Produce Wanted ! I will still continue to INSURE Your Property in the E. B. Campbell, rBuy Gold Med&l- The Sure Growing Kind Stanford. HARRY JACOBS a 3 buy your CHICKENS, EGGS and HIDES at Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., ' ' with , -- the Highest Market Prices; at The Garage on Cut Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. Phone 203. W. H. LAIR, HUSTONVILLE, try Produce. r : KY. neia SEEDS aed dealar. SALJN & SMITH, Ageits - BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. . Stanford, Kentucky Cash paid for all kinds of Coun- If k ean'tsBpplyyeu. writ as diwcU LOUISVILLE SC CO. - ICv ' Main 2a4 Buy them, from your local Manufacturers and Dealers in High - Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prenpt Service Guaranteed Quality CoBaectioas at all Granite aad Marble Quarries. Office and Works en Cemetery Hill. Clesetl en Saturdays TelepW. STANFORD 164 KENTUCKY : -- f 6t!"i aV . ! ,..,