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Interior1 Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, April 9, 1915 f fathece d-- m with-Sheriff K Stava W&m Yar is up Watch the Date Ox Late) ai I Seaew Yoar SneicripHo Promptly. I Thii Paor 7 Tuesdays and Fridays - ' laski most of his life. He and has F. L. Barker lived three miles from LATEST WAR NEWS. HUBBLE MARTIN Lancaster Postoffice Robbed. BINDER TWINE FAMINE r-in-law, Yates W. Burton bought Burton and had known him for sevIt was reported here at an early Something big and new is about to D IN HANDS OF JURY the Bennett Cloyd.farm together of eral years. His reputation, when P"'ar Young Stanford Couple Mo- - hour Thursday morning that the post-offi- Is Threatened in Kentucky- This SeaA. W. Carpenter. He said that Bur- drinking was that of a troublesome develnn in the war. something that tor To Lexington And Wed at Lancaster had been broken son, Says LL C. Representative Great Crowds Have Attended Trial ton got mad at him because he would man, but that he had never heard of will have a vital effect in its length into, the safe blown and its contents him $400, his share of a load his arrest for any cause. He too was and the decision of the winner. Just not loan of West End Murder Case Without informing any save their stolen. The report proved true and if of cattle they had sold in Cincinnati against Burton in a school fight in what this is going to be has the wiseA binder twiLfamine this season ones guessing. Ihere are those who most intimate friends of their inten- is stated that between $25 and $50 is and had cursed him, saying "G-- d his neighborhood. All Week. tucky farmers as missing and also a considerable threatens the you, you have no accommodation C. C. Trimble, a Pulaski county claim that before many more "weeks., tions, William O. Martin and Miss when Count Zeppelin is ready bui. Mattie Lee Hubble of ths city, mo- amount in stamps. Conn Bros.' shop well as elsewhereiiccording to Hugh He did preacher, had known Burthis. N. Noe, local repreifritative of the InAn immense crowd of spectators about you." his house not resent next farmer years. Burton left early the say not until he is ready a great fleet cf tored to Lexington Wednesday and was broken open and tools secured. ton for HarvWler Company. lias gathered in the court house at morning without speaking to him. that he was a Had heard peoplewhen Zeppelins is going to rise outr.of 'the were united in marriage in the par- There is no clue to the robbers but an ternational dangerous man From figures which me has been able , each session of the court in the trial Asked about his conversation drinking. Never heard of his being naval base some night and yquietly lors of the Phoenix Hotel by Rev. I. effort will be made to apprehend to hurriedly gather IMa Noe be- sail over England and literaHy rain J. Spencer, pastor of the Central them. Jasper, concerning the jury arrested. J of Henry Hudson for the killing of lieves that there is nov tically no dynamite and other explosives on Christian church of that city. Few of try him, that was of Yates W. Burton, mention of which had heardtothat Garvil Hudson said: "I ed J. W. Gover, age 73, to Pulaski, liv- London left. The fact that England the host of friends twine in either Lincol oyle coun- J S. Rice Buys A Buick. Burton, son of on adjoining farm Burton. He of this popular ties, and practically no Garrard, lias frequently been 'made in these the deceased, remarked that there considered him a dangerous man is buying a new type aircraft a Zep- couple were much surprised at the J. S. Rice on Tuesday afternoon though stores at Bryan le and was no such thing as justice where when drinking. He and the dead man pelin, destroyer seems to give color good news, for they had been sweet- bought a handsome columns. Over 100 witnesses were six cvlinder Paint Lick have a supplyym hand ' from the counties of Wayne, Pulaski there was a plenty of money and that had had a controversy over a pass to the rumor that the British Foreign hearts for some time and there were .buick: care ot W. W. Hays, of this that will soon go, however, ALen the Office is deathly afraid of this very any rumors that the happy event city, who is representative to see that life paid here for wheat growers learn what ihey are and Lincoln, and these together with he intended of the crime my had com- way. any straw t the penalty soon to take place. They were ac Conn &. Mahan, of Danville. It may uo aerainst. I Frank Molen said that he had liv- thing, and is grasping at friends of the dead man and his mitted," and I wanted Jasper to see ed for several years in sight of Bur- get ready. The Zeppelin raids thus ted to Lexington by Senator not be out of place to state that the Mr. Noe has just had rljrned slayer and the crowd of spectators, that the jury tried me was not tam- ton's and that his reputation when made, in spite of their apparent . Li. Hubble, parents, of the Buick automobile has been extensivefrom headquarters of his greatfcom-pan- y pered with. I did not mean that I under the influence of liquor was ure, have convinced the milita Malissa Martin, mother of ly advertised in the Interior Journal which included many ladies, made the an order for 30,000 pounds buy bad. m, and at Lexington were and that, this paper tins no more regu- from Charles that from what he that just such a raid is going court house full and sometimes over'- wanted him to try to know the jury." had He thought neighbors say that velop as soon as Count Zep P. Cecil of Danvie, s Defendant did not heard his by Miss Lenell Eubanks, lar nor appreciative reader than our that Burthat flowed it. ton was coming to his house on night Charley Ard's reputation was "pretty ready. A snowstorm is sai ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Eu- - townsman, Mr. Rice. The conclusion with the explanation order, it is an impossibility to fill the at prey killing, but admitted that he good." He admitted that' he had had prevented a Zeppelin raid At the close of court Thursday af- of the s, of Danville, and a cousin of is it pays to advertise. ent and little chance in the future. ,. had dictated a portion of a letter in- some differences with the deceased. last week, two machines bride, who were present when the ternoon it was announced by the atThe constant warfare which has'',; troduced by the prosecution, in which eremony was said which made this Mrs. John Williams Dead at Lancaster been going Frank Wilson, a Pulaski farmer, being turned back and torneys that evidence was all in, and it was stated that he, Hudson, had had known Burton for 19 or 20 years. at the German front on in Mexico for the past happy pair one. Mrs. Sallie Romans Williams, wife two or three years is said to Judge Charles A. Hardin stated that rather not do business than do so on He thought his reputation was not aged. The weather be reBoth the bride and groom are very of John Williams, died at her home at of sisal a. sesson would be held that night. money obtained from a note with good when he had whisky in him. Had moderate the comin popular with all who know them. She Lancaster Wednesday after an ill- sponsible for the dearth chiefly of which the twine which is used is a very attractive and accomplished ness of a year or more. Mrs. Williams Judge W. R. Cress, for the defense, Burton on it. The men owed a joint heard several of his neighbors say so. an opportunity for th this note of about $2,000 and when the The following gentlemen testified It is also stated from '9MH dif- - young lady, and won the first prize was well known in this county, where for binding wheat, is made incultiand K. S. Alcorn, for the prosecu- banker sent the note to Burton to to the good character of Y. W. Bur- f erent sources that England pies- - when a student at Hamilton College she and her husband lived for several country. The peons who have wi vated it in Mexico for years, have tion, spoke, each occupying an hour's sign, he at first refused to sign it. He ton, several of them also declaring ently be encircled with a chain Of for the best housekeeper. The groom years. She was an excellent mines that will starve her into sub- is a prominent young business man of and her friends here sorrow woman been so busy fighting they have not time. This morning Judge Virgil P. did so later, however. "I did buy a that Grover Ard, who was with him at her to grow the sisal. A substiSmith, for the defense, Hon. Ed Mor- pistol from T. Butler and wanted it when he was killed, and James Rich mission. The submarines, which have Stanford. He recently sold out his in- death. The burial occurred Thursday had time sisal in twine manufacture tute for my home. I ards, who told of his conversation been so successful to date, will be us- terest in the firm of Hughes & Mar- in the Lancaster cemetery. for around row, for the prosecution, and Hon. sold protection before a pistol is Manila hemp, grown in the Phila month that I with Hudson in which he said the ed for planting mines around the since been engaged in the ippines, but Mr. Noe says that it is John Sam Owsley, for the defense, had had for some time," said Burton could get some of Burton's money by British Isles as soon as the radius of tin and hasbusiness concrete CRAB ORCHARD. here with Bev. improbable that a sufficient quantity occupied the attention of the jury. in answer to what he wanted with the doing away with him, were men of action of the bigest 'submarines is es- Rout. After a wedding trip to Louisof it can be obtained to tide over the pistol about which Butler and Hughes reputable characters: G. A. Eubanks, tablished, according to a German ville and other points, Mr. and Mrs. Little Louis Hunt has been quite Court adjourned for dnner at the shortage in twine this season. of the killS. Shadoan, H. E newspaper editor. Other German lecconclusion of Mr. Owsley's effort, and testified. "On the nightwas in one of J. M. Combest, L.J. Carpenter, R. C. turers and writers also make the same Martin will return o Stanford to sick with tonsilitis". and wife came Mr. Henry Brooks ing," said Hudson. "I Graybeal, T. make their home. Commonwealth's Attorney Puryear the beds of our sleeping room with Dick, G. C. Gossett, John Buck, Col- claim. Hustonville Gets Revenge. Monday to visit their father and sister, Mrs. Daisy Hunt. made the closing speech this after- one of our children. My wife was in lins Moore, P. Beshearer, V. S. Gos-se- t, Plots in American ports of German General News Notes. The West End boys Miss Melsadia Chadwick has re- venge here Wednesday got full reStanley Stephenson, I. S. Brown, ships to raid the seas are alleged by noon. Probably not in the history the other with the two other children. for the L. E. Herron, who has been city turned from a pleasant visit to of the county have six abler argu- I heard Burton call to my wife, and Charles Cundiff, J. T. McGahan, J. C. Great Britian. All German merchant Stanford addid not go to the door to admit him Ogden, J. D. Burton, John McKinney, craft now in American ports are to be marshal of Lancaster for five or six friends in Richmond and also visited ministered defeat whichweek previous, ments been made in a murder case. to them the Mrs. Fife not It took all of Tuesday and until because he had to called me. He Chris Compton, W. H. Lair, Rex Reid, used in these raids on both the Atlan- years and who has made an excellent her sister, E. Fish hasat Winchester. by licking the local high school boys Mrs. M. official, has resigned and will dereturned from to the tune 915 Wednesday morning to secure a seemed to want not see his daughter, G. E. Jasper, J. F. Hines, J. Sherman tic and Pacific, according to this sto- vote 9 to 6. For a while it mad at him. My Cooper, George Waddle, Sheriff J. B. ry, and to be ready to combat any was his entire attention to his motion a two weeks' visit to her daughter, seemed thatof jury and some 80 men were examined. not me. Iup Stanford had the game and lighted a lamp and Jones, S. S. Morrow and others. These such raids, the coal supplies to the picture show. Lee Pruitt is his suc- Mrs. J. C. Reinehart in Louisville. Following is a list of those secured: wife got Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry has return- sewed up, but the West Enders ralW. C. Alford, J. H. Wheeler, R. E. went to the door, Burton and Ard gentlemen represent various localities Philippines is to be cut off. Our gov- cessor for the present. and ed from Louisville, where she was the lied gamewon out. The box score of Horton, Mack Petrey, W. H. Higgins, came in and went to the room across in the counties of Lincoln, Pulaski ernment has already clashed with n Alex Bishop, aged 76, a the was as follows: guest of Mrs. James Hutchinson. W. H. Leece., Wm. Landcraf. , Snears the hall from our bed room. My wife and Wayne, and their endorsement is Britian over this embargo of coal. and popular citizen of LancasHustonville AB R H PO A E Mrs. W. E. Perkins has been suffer- Conway, Ambassador Spring-Ric- e hac been in- ter, is dead after a long illness. Wisher, Luther Johnson, 0A. C. Sine, offered to get supper for them and worthy of consideration. 52 ing from a severe cold for several McMullin,2bp told them to use the things in the Clell McAninch, of Casey, swore sisting that we allow German vesels w. k. urummett, George V. Hail. 5 3 1 1 12 1 Danville will hold a primary May days. Hon. O. H. Waddle stated the case room, both of which they declined, that Burton gave him a drink Sunday only bunker coal, and only enough of 15th to nominate city officers. 5 Mrs. Theo. Elam has been very fee- Eads, 3b Burton saying 'I want to use my own afternoon of the killing; that he, that to carry them to the next coalfor the commonwealth. Sandidge, lb 5 00 Oscar Hamner, charged with sell- ble for some tme. Space forbids giving the testimony things; I want nothing to do with the Burton, took none and was not intox- ing station. 5 1 2 11 2 4 ing liquor without government liMrs. Sam Tatem entertaned the Riffe, c black son of b h.' I said icated. of all the witnesses but the salient d Separate peace negotiations are be3 0 Dixie Rook Club Monday evening Barnett, cf points of the more important ones 'you are another ' Burton then told me Miss Annie Routen testified that ing made by the Czar of Russia, it is cense, was released at Covington. 0 0 4 0 sumptuous repast of good Thomas, rf I should not stay on his place and I Grover Ard came to her home on the understood. Count Witte of Russia Secretary Garrison says that he has with a follows: Murphy, ss 0 0 4 told him he would have to show me. fateful night and that he was not having been engaged in putting not considered putting the army on a things. Grover Ard, who tras the only wit400 1 The Ladies Aid of the Christian Bell, If ness to the killing save Mrs. Hudson, I heard him step as if coming toward drunk. through terms at the time of his prohibition basis. church met with Mrs. Claudia Hol-damy room and I shot three times. He An appeal for the parole of Beach who is denied by law the right to The attorneys and court officials death. Russia was to be detached 40 9 7 27 18 12 Total last Thursday. testify for or against her husband, fell toward the window of his room are very complimentary over tne from France and England and leave Hargis, who is serving a life sentence AB R H PO A E Stanford Mr. James Manuel was quite sick I thought he was going to kill me and splendid deportment of the gentlemen Germany to deal with the two heavy for killing his father, James Hargis, said: 4 Shanks, If 20000 days this week. could see "I accompanied Burton to the Hud- I shot to save my life. Iinside coat composing the jury. Sheriff Weath-erfor- d adversaries, it is understood. The dip in Breathitt county, was made before for several 5 1 Miss Melsadia Chadwick received J. Embry, 3b Burton reaching in his the Board of Prison Commissioners says that he has not had to lomatic plans of Germany ha son home, having driven a team from 4 2 17-0- 1 two boxes of beautiful flowers East- Gover, lb ternoon by his mother; the former's home in Wayne county. pocket for his pistol, which he most even make a suggestion to them and view peace with France, 0 S. Embry, 2b 30 1 argis; A. T. Byrd; er one was from Detroit, Mich., and Wood, c Burton followed me on horseback. We always carried and believed I was in they all seem to realize the responS. inspection of U. 4 0 0 11 2 1; Floyd Day, of Win- - the other from Winchester. got to the Hudson home at about 8 great danger. I used a 38 calibre sibility of their position. prisons are to be mad 302000 Miss Myrtle Murray received a box Coleman, rf m"vT-vw rAtrt BiBKsi iK Z aMB o'clock and Mr. Burton, who is my Smith & Wesson double action reward Russell, a social Noe, cf of beautiful roses Easter from Louis volver. Asked if he knew Burton's Mrs. J..A. Sherrow Dead. SW- - JJ ncxe, ana with whom 1 have lived Grew, of. Boston. Dr. LLLLLLHBKHLLLLLVrVLY!HHLLLLLilLLLm 0 4 Hill, ss 5 eLLH ville friends. , knocked at the door reputation, he said he did and that it "of Z. of the American Nav; Mrs. Am&ndmmmmMgde 2 1 0 1 11 u; 0 tEmmwmuas. .ll.e we Mr. and MrsfBirney Fislvand baby, Lenhew. n ..). do afZ,f having first put was very bad. 'What did you I went 0Vf u"U-the American con. BBBIiWH")! lkBHeBKaTBBBBBBklBBBBBBBBBBBU 7f mersetl'elitK'rl--'.4rl- r shooting?' was asked. ter . arn. He called for to themachine drawer from whence I tion, uimFLbbbbbbbbb alter a TtmlfP vm therAmeri BV&iBm-oFUSnHtMHWBVBIBMMBeMBlXZl SjpPBBBBVb On f huttdarr onino- April Cro HEapiBBKMigKrnT snnn pIOCUrCLjMBaH&HU i Miss Edna King was hostess at a 1st, Total 35 6 6 27 17 9 udson's wife and srotthe six '? the pistol and edt 'three-ijnors calling her name Summary Struck out, by Lephew son. dispatch. Tre uernango eMen' t0 J.T'P" Vl case 'sur.vlveinvUliE !ITRHKDne and f dam'aees tmes o'clock dinner in honor of' Mrs. Daisy balls, g5ISaiBBS3jifcgt dooiJ. She invited us cartridgestne revolver, i mci tms DeceasedjftejtaasjKeBap- - set at rest.ChargesttWWi THCIa I'll parsed theinlower Dranch of the Louis- - Hunt, Lulu Jones and Messrs. Mel-vi- n 9, by McMullin 10: base on 3; off bers ot war were mistreated in into a front room to churlHHHHPpeVHem. Collier .and Leon DeBorde. After Lephew 1, off McMullin Ard, his nephew, I feared that Coleman, McMullin; three-bas- e Tiiciat.ea at the funeral has permitted this inve seieBsHvvi flBvBT ille City Council. theTwlOMHBd Burton made a fire did try to kill Kepublicans made a clean sweep of dinner they played Rook, then had a in ihe grate. He heard Hudson make wouldthat I would me. I him; not tell services at the home at two o'clock the American committee. hit, Riffe; umpires, Totten and never kill j Chicago elec-- n candy pulling, and report a splendid Singleton; time of game, 1 hour, 30 no statement when they entered the Ard and the Norway, Sweden and ffMWAHU city offices m the Hale Thomp- - time, as do all who visit Miss King. thought of such a thing. I asked Ard this afternoon cemetery. burial occurTuesday. William house.,Speaking to his daughter, have formed a defensive red in Buffalo Mrs. Alvin Holmes is gradually minutes. was elected Mayor and the Coun- they wanted a room, that he if he had gotten Burton's pistol and guard their neutrality. At weaker and her friends are "very solci-tou- s my room and no. seems to have gone Republican for Dogs After Sheep in East End. had come to do some work and settle he said the I stayed in Believes In Three Ones. conference of the three kin about her. hall the balance of the out in first time in five years. The worn- up'the partnership business, that they night. Was not in the room with the Col. James Guest is able to be out Dogs have been decimating the d moe, this defensive alliance v T. C. Ball, who was mayor of votes were divided between the had brought their own bedding and body on the street again, we are glad to flocks of a number of the East End Italy, Greece and Rouma until he left that little city, all. Never had any such talk at provision with them. Mrs. Hudson of- with Richards as he swore that I had. sticks to three ones, believing there is soon throw their chances wit kHeHfleV idates. Michigan farmers lately. Over half a dozen counties went say. fered to cook them supper and told Richards and his wife f requentlv came luck in that number. As stated before lies against Germany, Austr 9SKdKHeW urteen Mrs. Gill Boyle returned to Chicago sheep and lambs were killed and some- anu b)TV tvcb in i ucauuj o them to use the things in the room, to my home and stayed for weeks at in these columns he never deposits Turkey, according to cable' MrtniB nBew option elections. Thirteen Wis- - last Saturday, after spending some ining iiKt: a uozen were crippieu up ri but Burton said no and asked that a time. in the bank more or less than $111 patches from Athens, there s towns were gained by the time with her parents, Col. and Mrs. by four dogs which got into the flock what she had in the room be taken Guest. of Mr. David Street late last week. son of and now he has had his house number- port that the Italian king has la nHni p'SIKbV and one by the "wets." Russell Hudson, out. His wishes were complied with, A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. Street shot the dogs a number of ed 111, although the next to it is num- vestments in the Krupp gun an an porters on the stand Tues- Mrs. Hudson moving the dresser and defendant, swore that he was sleep- ber 207. munition works in Germany, an fore the Industrial Relations Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Magruder, of times but does not know whether he that several pieces of furniture from the ing with.his father and lookedthe first week, hit them or not for they made off in Junction Lebanon this has something to do with I up and sion testified that the tips re weighing just one this last room. The first thing I heard Hudson shot awakened him. He and one half a hurry. Kentucky Without Official Flag. hesitancy. ceived trebled their wages from the say was, "You are entitled to half of saw him with both hands gripping a pounds. She is doin-- r nicely. Mr. Ma Gov. McCreary has received a re American lives are being lost in the Pullman Company. pistol and heard two shots. He saw bit this house and not a d If you want to laugh as you never The prohibition elections in Illinois gruder is a brother ot Mrs. James jo aoiuiuioo more." Burton cursed Hudson and little brother with three empty cart- 'snqumioo Kentucky flag to mo.ii rjsanb torpedong of ships by the Germans, 29-- 1 did see the seniors tonight. be used in L. C. Thrasher, an engineer bound for Tuesday were a disappointment to the Manual of this place. ridge shells before the officers and Ga., for a they passed several such epithets. TuesMrs. the home coming celebration there South Africa, who carried an Ameri- "dry" forces, as only 100 of the 350 day for Nancy A. McClure left Mrs. arrived. Hudson was in the other room at the undertaker a visit to her daughter, W. C. T. U. Meeting. Mrs. Cora Sears testified that she April 1G, the anniversary of the Bat- can passport, being among the killed saloons involved were voted out. time. Burton, who was then sitting by The new battleship Arizona is to be Thomas Napier at Paris. tle of Columbus in 1865. Kentucky on the Falaba, West African Coast The regular monthly meeting of the fire with a lantern in front of lived on the place and that a little the W. C. T. U. will be held Tuesday him, picked it up and turned and daughter of Hudson came to her home has no official flag, so the Governor liner, sunk recently. The London launched June 19. PUMPKIN RIDGE. Mrs. A seat on the New York Stock o'clock at stooped to set it down when a shot after 10 o'clock on the night ot tne was compelled to inform the commit- papers are making much of the affair, We are having some nice weather afternoonCook.three as many with pointing out this country's duty in Exchange sold for $50,000 the "other members Let Lelia B. there was some- tee. was fired and Burton went toward killing and told her rain and snow. punishing such crimes as the sinking day, which is largely in the advance after so much in this section are very as possibly can be present and answer the door. Then another shot followed thing wrong at her home. Mrs. Sears The people NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. of the William P. Frye and the kill- of any sale since "hard times" set in. busy fixing for the new crops. roll call with a current vent. Mrs. J. arid I caught hold of Burton and eas- returned with her. She said Mrs. HudEld. J. G. Livingston will preach ing of the Amercan on board the Fal- As there are 1,100 seats, it will De ed him to the floor. I then entered son asked her to straighten up the 'guest of W. Bryant leader. Mr. Jerr-- Brown was the are made as Hudson's room and told Hudson that house before any one came, which at Logan's Creek Sunday morning at aba. Conflicting reports the crew and seen that over $50,000,000 is invest- his brother, W. A. Brown, near Bee to the time allowed for money to be a Lick Sunday. ed in them. It takes Tickets. Sold Thirty-On- e Sunday school at 9:30. he had killed the best friend he had she did. Grover Ard came to the 11 o'clock. 'G-- d seven next morning and The Tabernacle Baptist Church passengers of the Falaba to leave be- member of the skin gang. you, house about Agent J. S. Rice sold 31 round-tri- p ever had. Hudson said Mrs. Rebecca Playworth and Mrs. it Fifteen shares of stock in the tickets for the excursion which I'll kill you.' I did not see Hudson got sick while sitting before the fire congregation, of Lexington, of which fore all was sunk by the submarine, Playworth were the welEnglish reports that is belonging to the estate of the Pharez when he shot and Burton was not and vomited on the hearth. She had Rev. W. G. Mahaffey is pastor, has but torpedoed before all state time to come guests of Mrs. Lula Harness last ran to Louisville Sunday. The next had late W. G. Broyles sold at public auc-tio- n Wednesday. fixing to shoot and ttsh not doing a seen the dresser in the room in which decided to erect a handsome new edi- was excursion to the city will run on the at $175 per share. was killed and in straighten- fice at a cost of $25,000, to take the leave. thing. He had no gun in his hand and Burton Mr. V. S. Brown sold a nice bunch 25th. The train wil start from Corbin Circuit court will begin on Monday of hogs to Mr. Craig at a fancy price. and will arrive here at 8 A. M. The Germany is sending a new army to had made no attempt todraw one. We ing up the room moved the sewing place of the present frame structure will be $1.75. at the corner of High and Woodland the aid of Austria in the Carpathians, but the amount of business is the Hazel, the little daughter of Jerry fare for the round-tri- p had taken four drinks" of the quart machine. jar of peach brandy Burton had and Undertaker J. L. Beazley probed avenues. Work will be started on the according to London cables. Some smallest ever known, says the Dan- Brown, happened to a very painful The first excursion to. Cincinnati over 160,000 German troops have been ville Messenger. neither was the least intoxicated." the wounds. The one in the breast foundation soon. accident some few days ago, while the L. & N. will run on the 18th. Will Thomas, a farmer, and Boyd out playing with her little brother. Dr. Early's subject at the Baptist sent to Cracow and the Carpathians, reiterated very emphatically that looked like the bullet entered straight. Ard FOR SALE CHEAP. Burton was picking the lantern off The probe showed that it struck a rib church Sunday morning will be "Jeru- in the effort to check Russian ad- Lovier, his tenant, are dead as the re- He accidentally mashed her finger. sult of a pistol duel on Thomas' farm touring car in good shape, 1910 the floor when the first shot was fir- and ranged downward. The body must salem to Jericho." In the evening the vance, these reports say. Miss Nellie Brown was the guest of Turk forts in the Dardanelles are near Fulton. The trouble came up Misses Grace and Daisy Harness Sun- model. If interested write to Lock have been on the floor when the subject will be an evangelistic one. At ed. Box No. 576, Stanford, Ky. day. "Garvil Burton, son of the deceased wound in the right leg, just below the the prayer meeting last Wednesday too strong for the fleets and there will over rent. night five of those who confessed re- be some delay before action is taken Mr. Jerry Brown bought a fine and who is administrator of his fa- hip, was inflicted. The senior play is creating a great mare from J. M. Reynolds at a private Deoutv Sheriff W. S. Drye got to ligion during the recent meeting to force the Straits, it is understood. Shot Into Train No. 27. ther's estate, testified that his father There has been little doing by the deal of interest among friends, and price. 49 years old, weighed 225 the home about midnight and Under- were baptized into the church. was Some scamp shot into train No. 27 Presbyterian fleets since March 18, according to many tickets have been sold. DecidedServices at the Mrs. Jim Todd will begin a singing as it was running between Loretto pounds and was five feet eleven taker Walker arrived about the same inches tall. He left a wife and ten time. The body was lying partially on church Sunday, April 11; Sunday Berlin dispatches. Eevery day an avi- ly the funniest peop:e you ever saw. at Flat Woods Sunday. and St. Mary's this morning, but forexamination is worth the the right s.ide and the shoulder School at 9:30; Morning Worship at ator takes a spin over the territory The Mrs. Lizzie Brown and children tunately nobody was struck. A winchildren. His estate is valued at 29-- 1 against the wainscotting. service to survey the outlook. The damage price of admission. 11 o'clock. The communion were the welcome guests of Mrs. Nan- dow glass was shattered and several Deputy Sheriff W. S. Embry heard which was postponed will be held at that has been sustained by tne torts Richards, who married a nie Brown Sunday. games persons were given a narrow escape. Inherited Many Thousands. daughter of Burton, but who is di- Ard's testimony in the examining this time. C. E. Society at 6:45 p. from shell fire has been comparativeLittle Elbert Harness got his foot A railroad detective was informed. stated that ly slight, it is said. A vorced from her now, stated that in trial and swore that hewhisky when M.; Evening Worship 7:30 o'clock. Richard Parsons, assistant manager badly burned last week. Rev. O. O. Green has resigned as statement from the Russian side tells of the Orheum Theater in Lexington, " The Bible reading at Flat Woods Some Forms of Rheumatism Curable the summer of 1912 while he and his Burton had two jars of to the Hudpastor of the Versailles Baptist the people not to be impatient of suc has inherited many thousands from is progresing nicely. wife were at Hudson's home the two he started on the journey Rheumatism is a disease characterDardanelles, con an Aunt in Indiana, tne papers state. were engaged in conversation out at son home that Sunday morning.Rufus church to accept a call to the pastor- cess in forciner thegreat ized by pains in the joints and in exertions be Mrs. Annie McCormack, White Man With Black Liver. ate of a Baptist church at Mexico, Mo. siderable time and the barn, when Hudson complained said to be related to the sever- the muscles. The most common forms or Richards and that Burton had money, but had nev- all cousins ofMiss Elizabeth Richards, Mr. Green has been pastor ot the ing necessary for the forcing a laflSK ilies by that name in this coun- The liver is a blood purifier. It are: Acute and Chronic Rheumatism, swore Versailles church for seven years. He .Bosporus at tne itussian ena, James Richards, er helped him with it. Richards said this paper has not been able was thought at one time it was the Rheumatic Headaches, Sciatic Rheunot belive the The trouble matism and Lumbago. All of these he told him he wanted no money, that that they would James Richardslatter and his family wil go to Missouri the the Dardanelles at the Mediterr iiiiiHMi. s y one, who can trace the re- - seat of the passions. who last of the month. was end of the Straits he could make his own living, when on oath. It Hudson said to him that with most people is that their Liver types can be helped absolutely by A Sunday school was organized at Loans in this country that are Hudson said: "We can get some of swore that get Burton's money by becomes black because of impurities applying some good liniment that Mt Xenia Sunday afternoon last and ine advanced to foreign nations1 his money by making away with him." they could with him. in the blood due to bad physical penetrates. oned By McDermott. application of An wil meet at three o'clock each Sunotate uepa: Cross examined, he said that he had doing away yrd, of London, who was states, causing Biliousness, Headache Sloan's. Liniment is ood for pain, Ard, it afternoon. Mrs. J. B. Bryan was war are causing tne The proprie Charley Ard, cousin of Grover day ment some atritation. never told his wife about this, nor had bigamy and sentenced to Dizziness and Constipation. Dr. and especially Rheumatic Pain, beBurton when he lie said anything to Burton, fearing who was with that his reputation was made superintendent and Mrs. Char- of such loans is questioned by fres pSpjBpVl tiary for a term of three King's New Life Pills will clean up cause it penetrates to the seat of for les S. Lyon assistant superintendent. dent Wilson and his cabinet. Legall; killed testified tKafrit would cause trouble. was pardoned by Act- - the Liver, and give you new life. 25c the trouble, soothes the afflicted part and veracity was bad and 'George Butler swore that Hudson truth Burton, was troublesome also An invitation and request is extended no obiections can be made to the and draws the pain. "Sloan's LiniMcDermott. He claimed at your Druggist. and for the of' "the Christian loans, though at the begiining of had approached him for the purchase that ment is all medicine." Get a 25c een informed by the at- overbearing when drinking. people of tVe nt;fihRrhood. war the President trownea on sucn To Meet Trustees and Teachers. of ;a pistol a week or so before the bottle now. Keep it handy in case Y. W. No. 1 had been fe Luke Burton, a relative of Rev. W. E. Arnold will preach at loans and they were not attempted. Supt. Lydia E. Gardner, of Nich- of emergency. killing. He had none to sell. rce from him. Burton, said that after the killing the Methodist church at 10:45 a. m. The fact that all nations are being olas county, will be in Stanford April 'MCIaud Hughes testified similarly. HjKvZV"Hfc said to him Grover 15th, at 1:30, and wishes to meet the Sheriff Jasper of Pulaski, swore is a foolArd not killing usthat Hudson next Sunday. Sunday school at treated alike in the matteraof loans-iJennings Lane. both for the for sUWul es Kill Themselves. different Quarterly Conference to him after his exexpected to put tnem trustees and teachers of Lincoln that Hudson came told him he wanted way We acted at his Tiouse. He admit- 9:30 a. m. and Epworth League at light, especialyy as mostinof the money Miss Mamie S. Jennings and Mr. tram es H. Williams, of the Knob county and talk with them relative to p. m. at amining trial and of Garrard counand Burton were on oppo- 3:00 is to be advanced in this country for Lick section of the county, has had the K. E. A. which will be held in Howard Lane, both marriage help him in his case, that he ted that heof a school contention and 6:30 p. m. him to ty, were united by Rev. do with juries, site sides Sunday School Institute for the purchase of supplies, and will two yearling mules yo kill themselves Louisville 21, 22 and 23. Come and H. C. Garrison in The Jasper, knew how to not the best be- this part of the Danville district will keep American workmen busy. at Danville. in the past month. Each got caught be with us. Garland Singleton, Supt. having had experience. The offi- that the feeling was he tween them. 29-- 2 The western theatre of war is get- in a wire fence and died from injuries be held at McKinnsy church next cer declined to aid him. Make Good Work Possible. Thursday and Friday. Rev. C. D. ting to be an active one. During twen- received while trying to extricate itpoint the Commonwealth At this You cannot do good work while Judge Virgil P. Dependent. Nashville, Tenn., will be one ty days of recent fighting, 11,000 self. Bulla, of Whole Family (rested its case and your, bowels are sluggish or your livGermans were taken from captured Makes 61 Feel Like 16. Smith, of Somerset, made a statement Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio, of the speakers. er torpid. Wm. O. E. Bieke, Mgr., ighten Him Out. by French, an Associated trenches writes: "Our whole family depend erthe defense. Takes Stand. "I suffered from kidney ailment Scott Hotel, Hancock, Mich., says "I says. The French Press correspondent Take Care of tke Ckildren. Maybe someHudson on a, Bdothe, Ark., writes: for two years," writes Mrs. M. A. gave Foley Cathartic Tablets a thorare A lingering cold, distressing cough, claim steady gains beingbeing made. one in vour family has a severe cold The defendant was next witness re case of kidney trou-d- o Bridges, Robinson, Miss., "I com- ough trial, and find them a mild but from heard He said he was 37 years perhaps it is the baby. The orig-- 1 sleepless nights, a raw, inflammed The Canadians are notices are showno work at all. Foley menced staking Foley Kidney Pills safe cathartic." Foley Cathartic TabPu- now, and the death n condition eld and had lived in Lincoln and is an throat lead to a inal Dr. Bell's straightened out at about ten months ago. I am 61 years lets never gripe or cause nausea. Dominion ever ready household remedy it in which the child is not able to resist ing several names from the They do away with that drowsy, dull, me steK m vmm uy of age and feel like a contingents. contagious diseases. Foley's Honey fcWith Cobb and Crawford going gives immediate relief. Pine-TotMe.jppet kck, girl." Foley Kidney Pills invigorate tired feeling and are wfeeleeome,-cleansinweak and deranged kidneys, relieve and healthful. Meet satissat tuns, Detroit ians contend uie Honey penetrates the linings of the and Tar is truly healing and prompt More exciting and Interesting thin Lungs, destroys the in action. It relieves coughs, colds, backache, rheumatism ana bladder factory "for stout persons. Sold rers will be there is Coveleskie,c Throat and allows wilV be- Nature to act. At crouo and whooping cough. Contains, any trial In .Stanford before trouble. Sold Eveprhere. K and Pubuc wui ODiige oy per-iin- Germs, and opens uuusc tuiisii.. L.. UUICtei. OaU VfAmfitrliaiA , tne one in ine pitchers. your Druggist, 25c. IJ1U '.H!.i.. UU1U anBigrnuws. Hke regular I r -- neSHlHrve I I over-whejmi- ng well-know- j- " G-- d-- m 15 12 12 116110 10 10 11 113 10 10 14 12 m BT & i 1 &i&2iHHniifct lipgerinHHIHUnfcVv- SheriflflHille T-u- 2fclJ 110 y irpflV ilhrdfttf-ernptyhanY- n 1 De-cau- se flHBaH eeaeaPtn - two-base-h- its, Bur-tonsa- id May-woo- mi m wvrr-m- s ten-year-o- ld tifMT9m G-- d-- m y d-- m Per-ryvil- le Five-passeng- er $35,-OO'- O. X-R- ay semi-offici- al iBuam imsi:' s t Pine-Tar-Hon- Pine-Tar-Hon- ey run-dow- ar I -- fH X- g UHkljVJiewHSVMlve. . T35 i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, April 9, 1915 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 deposit with us. ' Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Court House : : Kentucky : Stanford ' Liquor licenses are being refused the dance halls n London by the mag-istrates in charge of this excise, formerly they were awarded without WALTON & SAUFLEY question, even to halls in which Editors and Managers. dances were held only occasionally. "The present is, no time for dancing, a magistrate jn 91 A TEAS STBICTUjY IN ADVANCE anyway," explained refusing an application for license Bntered at the postofflee at Stanford m "and if they dance at all they will tteond class mail matter. have to be to the tune of a cup of coffee rather than to booze " paid he. Gradually the whisky zone is growing POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS smaller and smaller and the time . The Interior Journal is authorized seems to be coming when the whole to announce the following candidates ary W1U De aJ fnr nffir-P- . imhieet to the Democratic-kK,ngaoprimary, August 7th, 1915. Notwithstanding the saloons of For Circuit Judge Winchester pay into the city treasury C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. $15,000 yearly, the town is heels over CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. head in debt, and provision is being For Commonwealth's Attorney made for making the merchants and E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county. other business men pay license. Must R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. be bad management there. Stanford J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. gets no saloon money, its business men pay no license, yet he debts are For Railroad Commissioner WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. all paid and she had nearly $7,000 in to start j, E, NEWMAN, of Nelson county., bank there arethe new year with. But not many places in the then, For Circuit Clerk ,j, 'country managed as well as the "best JESSE D. WEAREN. town on the map." The Interior Journal 5 ...MEN'S 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 tells us warm weather will be with us in the next few days. So we remind you of your 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 .fit 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- $100,000 $100,100 Surplus Resources over $500,000 Capital B. W?1 W. LEIGH, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Ma- Full Stock of Groceries, Crown Gasoline, chine Oils, Etc. Get my Prices. They will surprise you. All Kinds. Highest Market Price Paid For Country Produce Of Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. E. EL Campbell, Stanford. iii . has been elected by the swcKnoiaers 01 tne somerset neraia 'Mtsedftor. An excellent selection. Editor Harry Sommers says this is not the time to inject the statqt ftUtqpK-ls- man spiencia cnnsiian good of affairs and a wide prohibition issue into politics; citizen. His only drawback is his pol that it should not be brought into a ities'he s. atrepbulican. governor's race and imperil the demo1 rrrr cratic ticket. Well, let's see about it, COOPER TO 1HAVE old friend. A legislature will have to V BIG BREAD LINE submit the question to a vote of the people and legislative candidates are Proceeds From Sale of Celebrated being elected this fall at the same Tanlac To Feed Poor time as a governor. A governor in sympathy with this great reform can Louisville, April 7, L. T. Cooper, do a great wdrk with a legislature. the noted "Tanlac Man," will estabThe argument that the governor has personal nothing to do with the question is lish and maintain, at his ownLouisville expense, a "bread line" in bosh. Look what Woodrow Wilson this winter. Mr. Cooper conceived and did with the legislature of New Jer- began executing sey while he was governor in the way as he perfomerd this idea as quickly rehis of forcing through reform measures. lief work among the remarkable Dayton flood Kentucky must have a governor and sufferers in 1913. a General Assembly who both stand be for for submitting this momentous in Louisville therefore, rest unique of the its relation with to a vote of the people, and country, because thisthe question city will have now is as good a time as any for the only "bread line" outside of New threshing the matter out. York and maybe a few other larger cities of the world, where the plan has been established and is now main Since Jan. 1st over fifty murders by the organizations. have been committed in New York tained Coopercharitable the afternoon spent Mr. Sity. The highest record was made looking over several available locaSaturday when five lives were snuff- tions for the "bread line" and he will ed out. The police have made arrests probably be prepared to state defincases. These cases are itely by today in twenty-si- x wnere pending while in four other cases the will be carried just He has the work also been on. prisoners were discharged. In four in communication with local bakeries, cases the murderers killed themselves, and an agreement with reference to and in one case a burglar was shot by the bread and coffee supply has been a policeman. The officer was exon- practically reached. erated. Life is distressingly cheap in Mr. Cooper, who is one of the most the metropolis and seems to be grow- - magnanimous of men has always been in cheaper day by day; to the dis in sympathy with the poor and unforcredit of the greatest city in the tunate. The "bread line" will thereworld, be it said. fore be only another exemplification A large percentage of of, L:It!kVK tjiem'Jutsj.ifom the sale of his Dr. Ben L. Brunette!! Tanlac, the papers that he will is accomplishing such re- raarKaple results in cases 01 catarrh, kidney troubles, ;dnyfcB7livdrsand ; to chanty and her W. G. GOOUH. For Representative in ww LegislanireTC P4 dr ivfV.N&: SgJiR. Cook, the well-know- n Somer-WfJattorne- y, 'V5& a gen-'tlema- M Vi W d $1, $1.50, $2. McRoberts & Bailey Stanford, Kentucky ICKNE5 in Scott's GREATEST AID TO BEAUTY. is equaled or compared with the medicinal fats Nothing has ever Emulsion to the glistening whiteness of well kept teeth The Rexall Antiseptic Tooth Powder will remove the tartar from your teeth and make them white and antiseptically clean. The use of, this daintily perfumed powder will eliminate disease breeding germs. Strengthen the gums and make the mouth and breath sweet and clean. Your money back if not arrest the decline, invigorate the blood, strengthen the nervous system, aid the appe tite and restore the courage of better health. satisfactory. 25c a can Sold Only By Us his-natur- e. JrvL minute they fall into line, how'"irii fluential" and "important leaders" they become. Excuse us, please. lfler spent Mr. pon this greatun st S HM.U win s'mre. rj ilia'.Hastv, nw; BJiiil.- :faShr-spen- i; indicatr V On nwaBiere dov. j. nave-;i..k,w'daW53ctul.,-tJia- t at least toie been iRCp'$tft,nelp those who were Easter wf UJ.1'. Tit 3&ii?,Jfrice of aforesaid ninety per cent, is for Hd Iess6ortiate than myself, and in Level ifftfr ear-oi- a Morrow, of Somerset, who by the way eac'hJciiyv"r visit I have invariably 'Xro-- y Isaacs solt is in Stanford just now engaged in jShowri'imy' "Sympathy for the poor by heifer to J. H. Cordial for $40. the Hudson murder case. Tjerrormincr some service at mv own MT. ZION. that would bring a r ferVorial expense charity directly to g$nuine People are very busy since the Remarkable how influential anft .tJitnlfCRn, therefore, imagine warm days have come. politic powerful (in the eves of the the several charitable paragrapher of the Louisville Timej plans how have in mind, that will Rev. John Elder was in this part certain state editors and politicians' pro$sofas much benefit as a 'bread on business last Tuesday. have become since they have accepted linV.vTfie necessary details connected mcucicc lino uuugui, mc ". his views in advocacy 6f a platform with the plan will be perfected by me S. " Poynter farm. Price private. Mr. convention before a primary. Some, this week." Poynter has not decided what he will like ourselves, have been blacklisted Tanlac, the celebrated medicine do. from his notice or mention for yeiars now being introduced by Mr. Cooper, Tr. IV Wi. retause we will r.ot H:wlly fol.ofv his can be bought in Stanford at Penny's dealer was in Bee .!. hnlinn on Lick Monday dictation in affairs political. But the a jltfr-MCS ftdthirt &m3LiMmtai6iLMX ond do wwJenriwwar"it5- - xax:; $$$&&& av13t'3iV& medi-eine-'t'H- at in Scott's Emulsion is pure health -- build ing food, without alcohol or opiate. 14-- Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. THE REXALL STORE TRY IT, aty. Jfi-lJLfM- r' w-sr- t VE Wall Paper-Hous- e just wnai you warn tor spring am at the Lowest Prices. See our stock before you buy. 1 M y.l-- " " -- L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. I ...-- .- -- drug store. 29-- 1 ' 'yPn W&-9BB- L a3l&:i?'- - The Richmond Register, Editor Pickle's paper, has Deen enlarged to an eight column quarto and otherwise improved, thus proving that business is good and that the newspaper game is lively in the city in which it is published. For years the Register was a n folio and the reduction in the size of its pages is a reminder obthat the blanket sheet is well-nig- h solete in modern journalism. More and smaller pages is the aim and desire of the newspaper boys now.nine-colum- BEE LICK. The farmers say that they will be glad to see spring weather. Mr. W. M. bcott has been on the sick list. Mr. Hugh Taylor of Buck Creek, was to see his brother, W. E. Taylor Sunday. Mr. S. O. Proctor and family spent Saturday night and Sunday brother-in-lawith his Bobert Brown at Level Green. Miss Hester Weaver spent Easter with Miss Flora Taylor. ter for $50. M. M. Taylor has been doing some Rev. John repair work for Henry Scott. Sunday. Mr. Henry Scott, of Somerset has moved to his farm near here. w, w, business. Mr. Bryant Brown was the guest of his sister-in-laMrs. Susie Ping in Pulaski county last week. Rev. J. D. Steenberger, of Junction City, will be here in about two weeks to hold a series of meetings. Mrs. A. A. Wren has been quite ill, but is somewhat improved now. Mr. Bryant Brown celebrated his 63 birthday last Sunday with a large crowd present and plenty of refreshments. There were 4r present. Mr. Edd Graham bought a good milk cow and calf from B. S. Poyn- T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Eidr preached here last Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. Oxfords! Oxfords!! Oxfords!!! It is now high, time for you to buy a pair of Oxfords, Men, Ladies, Misses and Littly Gents. We are showing you the NEW ENGLISH LASTS. This is really new. We also have all other lasts We can fit you; we can please you. Come and see something new. Anton Lang, who gained world fame by playing the roleN of Christ in the last two performances of the Passion Play in Bavaria, has hurried away to the front to kill and maim His men in the name of war. It is a pity that one who has appeared so creditably in the role of the Divine should change his calling to that of taking human lfe, and in so doing ne proves a versatility remarkable if not admirable. The "Old Time Democrat" writing from Richmond on the "State-wide- " question makes one almost conclude that Marse Henri has taken up his abode in that delightful little city. Or perhaps the writer is an understudy 01 the greatest editorial writer in the South. Some expressions and quotations in the article make us imagine we see the grand old man penning the contribution. .,.. Billy Sunday got after Unitarians-iPatterson, N. J., and gavej them' J Who Can Doubt Sworn Testimony of Honest Citizens? Sprains,Bruises ROBINSON'S. Let the I. J. A print your horse and jack cards. MRP HHE'::V Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States aad Canada. p Coaposed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. Far treatment of Human Diseases. Pursleys Indian Herbe-- 45 Days' Treatment, $1.00 " 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 10c. 3 bars ALL ON SALE AT such a raking over that they have se- -, cured a hall in which to answer his attacks. That won't cut any ice.,Bil-ly's magnetism will soon Have .that denomination going his way and drop? png ducats into his already'.well-iille, contribution basket. d, French Remedy, for ; Stomach Troubles 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 tiouble and gave me medicine, of which I took several bottles. I obtained some relief from this but I was getting weaker all the timt ; I could not sleep so much pain that my and suffered husband and children had to lift me in and out of bed. After this time two friends sent me word to try Swamp-Roo- t, which I did. and I am glad to state that the first dose gave me great relief. After taking the third dose I was helped into bed and slept half of the night. 'Zytbok several bottles of Swamp-R6otan- d I feel that I owe my life to thfs.'wonderful remedy. The two said that I could not live three months. I would have to be helped in and out of the bed ten to twenty times every night. After taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rofor two days I was entirely free from getting up and could sleep soundly. MRS. D. E. HILEMAN, Tunnelton, W. V. Personally appeared before me, this 11th of September, 1909, Mrs. D. E. Hileman, who subscribed the above statement and made oath thati thp same is true in substance and in fact. JOSEPH KILLER Notary Public. ot fam-Iljrfjdoct- ors Some time ago I began the use of Stiff Muscles Sloan's Liniment will save hours of suffering. For bruise or sprain it gives instant relief. It arrests inflammation and thus prevents more serious troubles developing. No need to rub it in it acts at once, instantly relieving the pain, however severe it may be. Charles Johnson, Go To Farris' For Your Here's Proof P. O. Box 105, Loif- ums diaiwn, jv. r., tmtes: "1 sprained my ankle and dislocated my left hip by falling out of a third story window six months ago. tI went on crutches for four months, then I started to use some of your Liniment, according to your directions, and I must say that it is helping me wonderfully. 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Hmm Ptwnt .-wr... oae-doll- ar at ...-, X UNDERTAKER AND EM BALM ER Far- FwnHwi MattiHf , ture ExchMM4 ftr aril Kin r t Ri. DT SIMMC ',, r 5 PHONE 42 1TANFMP, KY. 7 t . - I The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friady, April 9, 1915 sss , s We save you all Agents', Dealers', Wholesalers' and Jobbers' nrofits and commissions we don't have traveling salesmen fn hotels, and travel around on high salaries. Our entire business is conducted by mail we have eliminated every extra and unnecessary expense. We are giving the vehicle buyers of this county the greatest values ever known. We manufacture right here in our own large factory as high grade vehicles as it is possible to produce and sell them to you at the wholesale price and save you all the "rake-off- " of the middlemen. X QV, Co Oil stop at expensive Tr o Here Is How Our Plan Hits the Middleman We have sold hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of vehicles and harness direct from factory to consumer, and every sale has been a clean - cut straight - from - the - shoulder SMASH between the eyes of some "middleman." We are sorry for this we regret that our pathway to success should be .strewn with wrecked hopes and thwarted ambitions of those who have tried in vain to hold us back. Personally we have nothing against dealers, agents, jobbers, mail order catalog houses and other middlemen, who seek to gather two or three profits, where we are satisfied with one we are really sorry for them, because they are doing business in the wrong way. A vehicle or set of harness is never worth more than the factory price, and because we save you all the expense and profits of the middlemen, they should not grow peevish and throw things at Bohon, for neither I nor my customers and friends are to blame it is simply the law of supply and demand at work. Folks will buy where they can get the most for their money. That's the whole matter in a nutshell. Our plan hits the middleman, because the vehicle users of this country have made up their mind to do business on the straight line from factory to user, rather than on the zigzag line from maker through traveling salesmen, jobbers, dealers, agejjfcs or cataldgsupply houses to user. Is there a reason? You must either you must either pay three profits or one orrindirectly profit on your vehicles and harness. When a dealer buys a vehicle, he buys indirectly and absolutely must pay two or more profits before he takes the vehicle from the crate. Now, if you buy of a dealer, you must not only pay these two or three profits, but in addition, you must pay the dealer's profit and also his selling expense extra four profits in all. When you buy of us, you buy directly you pay one small profit. Our price to you is less than g dealers can buy vehicles for spot cash in carload lots. Don't let the middlman get the facts, then decide. If you do this, throw dust in your eyes find out for yourself you will surely buy of Bohon and save agents', dealers', jobbers' and salesmen's commission. buy-tlirectly price-boostin- Some people are pretty hard to convince, especially when they don't want to be. Like the old backwoodsman on his first visit to the He walked cautiously circus for instance. around the giraffe, looked the tall fellow up one side and down the other for about five minutes; then shifted his quid from one side of his mouth to the other, took off his glasses, wiped them carefully, and turning to the at- s Vij '&' V i i r, Read What Customers Say Junes E. Gray, Waterford, Ky., ays: "M7 bnggy arrived In Taylorsville safely and without being damaged in shipment. Now, I am well I want to telf you such buggy pleased with it. I am sure I could have purchased no of any other firm or factory for a. price so reasonable. It is not only well made and stylish, but is a very comfortable one and there is no doubt in my mind but that it v,i prove to be what it is guaranteed to be. All of the neighbors and friends to whom I have shown the buggy agree with me that it is the greatest bargain, and I 6uspect it will onlr be a short time until you will have some orders from this part of the country. I am going to do my best to advertise your splendid buggy, for I feel that you have proven a friend to me by sending such a buggy, therefore I shall encourage and make as many sales as possible to 6how my appreciation." T. C. Williams, McDonald, Tenn., writes: I received my buggy all O. K. and find it is a dandy one and everyone who has looked at it has passed a compliment on it. It is a vehicle and I am well pleased with it. I hope that I may be th cause of your selling more in this country." well-built tendant saidr " Huh ! There Ain't No Such Animal ! " That old fellow reminds me of the people who say "Bohon has no factory; Bohon's vehicles lack quality ; made to sell, not to wear, etc." The only difference is that the old backwoodsman was trying to deceive himself he honestly thought his eyes were playing tricks while the follow who says, "Bohon does not make the highest grade vehicles in his own factory right here in Harrodsburg," is trying; for a selfish purpose to deceive you. Don't let the dealer, agent or middleman throw dust in your eyes. Get the FACTS know for yourself, for any agent or dealer that tells you that we do not manufacture our vehicles right here in our own factory does so in order to sell you a vehicle and pocket a big profit. We have here a factory equal in equipment to any vehicle factory in the United States BAR NONE. m m m m Thirty Days Free Road Trial Life Long Guarantee Backed by Our $30,000 Bank Bond Every Bohon vehicle is eold on a thirty days free road trial. We vrant you to try it as your own submit to any test and then decide whether you want to keep it Compare it closely point for point with other vehicles in your neighborhood, either in use or offered for sale, and if you are not fully convinced that we have furnished you the best made, the handsomest finished, the easiest riding and the lightest running buggy you ever saw, and if you do not think that by if in fact, for any dealing direct with our factory you have saved at least $25.00 to $40.00 reason vou are not uerfectlv satisfied, and if the vehicle is not exactly as represented and in rwi4- - Edward Thornton, Fox Chase, Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I find to every feature you claim for it. It is very comfortable. I have ridden 25 miles at a time with no fatigue. I was somewhat pessimistic and inclined to take some of your strong assertions with precaution, not having purchased many goods from advertisements. From your manly, correspondence, I was persuaded to send my order. I am fully convinced your method of doing business has been the secret of your success, and when next in the market for a carriago the order is cure to go to jou." any buggy sizes up Page Catalog Shows More Vehicle Styles Than You Can Find in 20 Dealers' Stores -- Our Large 180 fSSB&l A. F. Carpenter, Wolftown, Va., writes: 'I received my buggy the first of September. Since that time have given it a thorough road test and I find "it exactly as you represented it .to me. I am perfectly satisfied with it in every respect in fact, I have seen none thatf equals it for a much higher price, and I feel I have value received for every cent of my investment." s Edgar M. Hunt, Sandtrs, Ky., says: "I like my buggy and fcarness fine. I like it better than any buggy I ever saw. Several people who have seen my buggy talk like they would order a buggy from you in the spring. You can use my name in advertising if you wish to do so. Please send Mr. B. K. Davis a catalog of your buggies, as he asked me to write you for one." Emory M. McCord, Greenwood, S. C, writes: "We are more than pleased with the buggy you shipped us the first of June, and now it is December 6th, and every one who sees it wants to know where we got it. We have had a good many to ask how much we paid for it and they seem to be more than surprised at the price paid for such a pretty buggy. A friend bought a new buggy after we got ours and paid $115.00 for it without harness. When we get ready for another new buggy we will not think of baying from anyone but you. I am sending you names of friends. I do hope you will be able to sell each a new buggy." Marcus A. Whisler, Jamestowa, Ind., says: "Buggy and set of driving harness received the 17th. Am well satisfied Tuth both and must say that the harness and buggy are certainly made with great care, both workmanship and selection of material. I would like for your painter to send me some brown paint, just a very small amount to apply to a few places I notice have been marked by shipping. Any time I can be the cause of an order being sent you by my friends, I will consider I have helped both them and yourself." Lawrence Melugin, R. F. D. No. 1, Reeds, Mo., writes: "I am mailing you a picture of myself, horse and buggy which I bought from you some time ago. It isn't a very good picture, but maybe it will give you an idea. You never mind what the pictures cost for I think vou have done me enough favors and gave me such a good bargain on that rig that the. pictures shall not cost you anything. I am not in the habit of bragging on anyone, but I will when it is worth while." cVH Gil TTI O iHCC IT after the trial you keep it as we know you will you are absolutely protected against any loss or trouble resulting from defective material or workmanship for if ever at any time it matters not when, whether one, two, three, five or ten years any piece or part proves imperfect, we will replace or repair it free of charge. As an absolute protection to you, under this guarantee, we have deposited with the Mercer National Bank of this city, our legal binding bond for $30,000, and if wo ever make a claim under the guarantee that we did not carry out, we can be made to forfeit this bond. Just stop and think what this means to buy a vehicle under a unlimited guarantee, backed by a bank bond. If we did not make as fine vehicles as it is possible to produce how could we make such an offer? .AA3-tsT"'l4-SM1-- rtlniwif TTTA TTll! tol'fl l 4" 11 AI OTlH Z m m m m m life-lon- g, OUR LARGE MODERN FACTORY as any Our large, modern factory is just as United States. We have every facility for manuin the vehicles at the lowest cost of profacturing high-grad- e duction. Please don't confuse our factory with some of the small repair shops here in Central Kentucky that possibly assemble one hundred vehicles in the course of a year, for we manufacture them by the thousands and sell them all over the United States, as well as in many maforeign countries. We have every new labor-savin- g chine, every practical arrangement known. We have here as fine a collection of vehicle builders as was ever gotten together by any firm anywhere. They are men of up-to-date experience and ability, clean, moral and conscientious are men who like their work. Visit our office and factory if you can, and see for yourself how Bohon vehicles are made. Our factory is of personal and vital interest to you and every other vehicle user who wants to know the facts about why and how Bohon makes the best style vehicles, maintains the very highest quahty and undersells the world. If every vehicle user in Kentucky really knew the truth and facts about the wonderful values' we give in spite of our already tremendous we would have to increase our factory, at business least ten to fifteen times in order to supply the demand. --th- ey m m m 1 Kssfw7." " asraria " .. . wvr .;. " ;.v tcr 'G?r?z''ixiTr j ... st?' t . o vJ s,. v i &&&!&y i- -i - i. r Jk Come to See Us -- Visit Us at Our Factory ava iT. . ttf , ISrJjI- - 1915' ll 1 1 t, jt - r .t Moneu-Savin- g ti .sa.fti2is!&a toe d. T. BOHON COMPANY, Harrodsburg, Ky ,i K Our Large Factory With Annual Capacity of 2,W Finished Vehicles. Why not make us a visit? Come to Harrodsburg and see for material look our factory over. Examine the high-grad- e yourself end and see our go through our model factory from end to we use skilled mechanics turning out as fine vehicles vast force of high-claas are being made in the world. If you can't come, send a postal today for our large free catalog. Without doubt it is the finest book on issued, and we want you to have a copy. It shows views of it shows in colors how construction and our superior equipment upholstered and has more styles than our vehicles are painted and you will find in twenty dealers' stores. Here is a picture of the cover of this catalog. pubIt is the most elaborate vehicle and harness catalog everpostal encyclopedia. A lished it is a regular vehicle and harness card with your name on it will bring you this book by return mail with all postage paid. . ss ve-hicles,-ever Message tBuggq Users iiiiniiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiHKiiimiimiiP Thk Catalog is Free For the Asking. V w :k , , - .. 4 A i ' 3'V - " 7 -- - Y--- r) The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, April 9, 1915 A Pounding But No Bones Broken. A great pounding at the Methodist parsonage, but no one hurt April 1st all fools day happened to be a day of rejoicing at the Methodist parsdnage at Moreland. We had announced that the Woman's Missoin-ar- y Society would meet at our home, Thursday, April 1st at 2:30 P. M. There were about 25 of our good women of the Methodistchurch and Christian church and some that belonged to no church, remembered the preacher and family with a donation, which was highly appreciated. They brought ham, shoulder, potatoes, flour, groceries of all kinds and loaded the table until we were afraid of it falling down beneath the burden. It was a day not to beforgotten. As it was all fool's day some of them wanted to have some fun and brought the parson a pair of shoes. May the good Lord bless the donors and as they administer to our temperol needs, may He help me to administer to their spiritual needs. We shall never forget them and their kindness shown us on this the first day of April 1915. Your in His Name, ENOS WAGGONER. IS EPILEPSY CONQUERED? New Jersey Physician Said to Have Many Cures to His Credit. RED BANK, N.J., April 4. Advices from every direction fully con- Let the I. J. print your horse and jack cards. You Can Buy Cheaper At firm previous reports that the remarkable treatment for epilepsy being administered by the consulting physician of the Kline Laboratories, of this city, is achieveing wonderful results. Old and stubborn cases have been greatly benefitted' and many patients claim to have been entirely cured; Persons suffering from epilepsy should write at once to Kline Laboratories, Branch 133 Red Bank, N. J., for a supply of the remedy, which is being distributed gratuitously. 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. Collier, will on Saturday, April 10.1915, at 10 o'clock A. M., in Crab Orchard, Ky., at the store room of said Leece & Collier, sell to the highest and best bidder, the undivided one half interest of said Leece in said partnership, including his interest in the stock of merchandise of said firm then on hands. This stock of merchandise is in good condition and the purchaser will be given immediate control and possession of such interest. Terms 26-- 4 Cash. H.H. COLLIER. Lyons' Busy Cash Store. NOVELTIES. Collars, Bags, Baby Caps, Pins, Ready-Mad- e Waists, Underwear, Dresses and Aprons. A complete line of Dry Goods. New goods arriving daily. : : : sip If you check up the number of bottles used you will find Foley's Honey "and Tar in greater demand than any other cough medicine. It is safe, prompt and effective for colds, croup, hoarseness, bronchial coughs, throat trouble and lagrippe. It contains no opiates and is the preferred cough medicine for children. Sold Illiteracy Plans. County commissions with subsidary organizations in every school district so as to completely cover the State with moonlight schools, will be appointed by the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission at the May meeting. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart plans a speak ing campaign with one hundred ora tors. V April 25th, has been selected as Day all over Kentucky and a total attendance of one million is set for that day, so every Sunday-schoin Lincoln county should start to work now and urge people to join in the movement. This good work is endorsed by Gov. and President Wilson and since Kentucky inaugurated it last year seven other states have adopted ol Mc-Crea- ry Lyons' Busy Cash Store, J. W. Taylor, Manager. Next to Postoffice, Stanford, Ky. UOHHiatlMnaainaHHMHHHMHMMinHMHnHiHnMnMIHHHilMnHVtal Day. II ill Iff SJPjMBJFgjjlSateiSPElgEj(ig of FWif"Rti2 ji v j ! k V- - The bisrest - valise ever offered for less &ass $1000. i n A powerful, fast, silent and sweet running reatiy beautiful anel fwjly equipped family automobile. full-grow- : High tension magnefce. ''"ding gear ira2Xsns2ss:onsIeffc hand center control, body. anti-ski- d tires on rear, full stream-lin- e -- J The car hai has practically every high, priced car feature. Ine car is She sensatioa of the whole auiosnoblle word tianS Holds the road at With 5.0 'moles an JhoOTo - electric 8 Kn stsrie? and electric lights $SS extra. 8 SIR RAY. No. 11852 This great Imp. Percheron stallion will make the present season of 1915 at my farm, 3 miles from Stanford, Ky., on the Crab Orchard pike, at $15 to insure a living colt. If mare is sold or parted with after being bred Day. a. the season is then due. The utmost care and attention will be given to the breeding of mares, but will not be responsible for accidents should A. S. H. R. 3228 Sired by Dignity Dare 1992, 'he by any occur. Sir Ray is a beautiful chestnut Chester Dare 10 he by Black Squirrel hands high, 58, he by King William 97; 1st dam horse, 7 years old, 16 Toxawav 4(358, also registered in weighing 1,650 pounas; great style Vol. 10, A. S. H. R.; she by Abdallah and action. He is a great breeder Mambrino 3715, he by Almont 33; and sure foal getter. As an individ2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit Davis, ual and a breeder, he is in a class by by Bourbon Chief; 3rd dam, Mattie himself. He has made two seasons S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, in this county, at Crab Orchard and by Imported Glenco 4th dam Bettie all of his colts are high class. Sir C. by Cunningham's Copperbottom. Ray is by Honest Tom 40701, and NG7,J3 Almost JDare's colts f';om is bred right all through. B. W. GAINES, R. F. D. 1, Stanford at weanlings to $500 and $10G at three to four years; $600 was offered for his dam at 2 years old and $400 for his 2nd dam .when horses were cheap. One full brother sold for $3,600 and another reported sold for $1,500, and one sister, Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. Who want FRESH MEATS, His 3rd dam could rack as fast as a BREAD, GARGROCERIES, good horse could run under whip and DEN SEEDS, FRESH VEGEspur. He is a pretty bay 16 hands TABLES and the LADIES who and weighs around 1200 pounds. Goes 6 distinct gaits all good and need SPRING HATS, will find fast. Pretty good breeding, don't all these at W. H. LAIR'S at you think so? prices lower than anywhere else. Season 1913 at my stable, 2 2 Call and see our stock before miles from Hustonville, on Liberty Pike at $10 to insure a live colt. you buy and you will save mon- Money due when colt is foaled, mare parted vith or bred elsewhere. Grass at $2 per month and all stock will have my personal attention, but will rot be responsible for accidents. Almont Dare rimml 5oal BUFFETS PEDESTALS HALL TREES KITCHEN CABINETS WALL PAPER PARLOR SETS DAVENPORTS COUCHES ROCKERS MORRIS CHAIRS SLEEPY HOLLOW CHAIRS, LIBRARY TABLES WRITING DESKS BOOK CASES BRASS BEDS DRESSERS DRESSING TABLES SHIRT WAISTS BOXES CEDAR CHESTS DINING TABLES CHINA CABINETS SIDE BOARDS TRUNKS .-, CHIFFONIERS West End Folks W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford, Kentucky Call and See My New Stock of i 1-- ' W. H. LAIR, : m H. C. CARPENTE1 AT LINCOLN CO. NAT'L BANK, 5 S' Correspondence and inspection invited. Will also stand my big mule and jciinet jack on same terms. S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. HUSTONVILLE, try Produce. KY. The Best The Markets Afford. Cash paid for all kinds of CounI E. T. PENCEsiStasifox-d- , ;attK'-cflfriti' Ky. STANFORD, KY. Here's What You Want The People's tise What Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell 'mqarerar Wedding Presents at Jewelry Store, Stanford. Mueller's Produce1 Wanted ! I will still A Capital Stock $75,000.00 Capital Stock $75,000.00 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. E HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME THE 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. as we use the sour cream, It is so easy to ship cream to the simply sending a can once or twice a week, depending upon your facilities for keeping it cool. FREE CANS FOR 30 DAYS' TRIAL ARE SENT PREPAID UPON REQUEST. Every shipment is guaranteed against loss or damage in transit, and paid for Spot Cash. for Butter Fat. Our price this week is 29 TRI-STATTri-State RESPONSIBLE The Sign of Safety First SAFE PERMANENT General News Notes. Sales for the season on the Mays-ville tobacco market which closed Friday were 25,531,670 pounds, which sold for an average of $8 the 100 pounds. Sixteen months in iiie Atlanta prison were termed "the most worthwhile in my life" by Frederick Hyde, California millionaire, who has just been released. Hyde was convicted of land frauds. The auditor of .the War Department will forthwith pay 80 per cent, of claims provided by the Omnibus Claim Bill. Auditor Baity states. that Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana claimants need employ no attorneys. In both houses or the Tennessee Legislature bills prohibiting social and fraternal clubs from storing and dispensing liquor were passed. In the House passage of the bill was attended by stormy scenes. COMMISSIONER'S SALE continue to Wky Ladies Favor the Horse-Draw- n Carriage It is absolutely impossible for a lady to lco!c dignified, graceful or beautiful in a modern automobile, unless the car happens to be a closed one then the enclosure which protects the lady's dignity and beauty, at the same time hides those qualities from public admiration. Undoubtedly one of the reasons why the finer grades of horse-draw- n carriages are coming into use again in all the larger cities is because they give the women a chance to show their finery, their new hats and dresses; for as our lady friends have regretfully realized, the automobile affords them no such opportunities. The buggy is one of Dan Cupid's best assistants, and every country bred young man is well aware of the fact. SAYERS & SCOVILLLE MONEY to loan on farm lands in sums of $2,000 and up. Low rate inBromley. terest. Easy payments. Bromley & 27-- 4 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 Stanford Saturday. 28-- 2. buy your CHICKENS, EGGS and HIDES at the Highest Market Prices, at The Garage on Cut Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. Phone 203. .J 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, winmade-to-ord- AT BUGGIES clothing in this ter layers. Fifteen for 60 cents, Qne country Ed V. Price &house Chicago Co., hundred for $3.00 cash. Erie C. Far-r- 111. My experience in measuring and Lancaster, Ky. Box 272. 18-- 8 er I represent the largest and best TO THE PUBLIC. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. a, Tri-Sta- te l-- 2c When You Have a Policy Written by Bromley & Bromley Insurance Agents You Know That It Is Worth Face Value When Called For Tayment. Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, Plate Glass, etc. "Not Here for a Day, But For All Time' . Stanford, Kentucky. JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. E. G. Baugh, Admr. etc. 16-3Pltff. ed. vs. Notice of Sale Annie Wade etc. Defendants. The Royal Jack. Pursuant to a judgement of the Excelsior, the Royal Jack, will Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at its season of November, 1914 term, the undersign- make the as weanlings1915 at $8.00. sell from $65 His colts ed Commissioner will on to $125 ; at two years of- - age, for Monday, April 12, 1915. retained on County Court day at about 1:30 o'- $200; lien Season due colt for serwhen mare is vice fee. clock P. M. in front of the court house door in the city of Stanford, transferred. 24-- 8 James G. Carpenter, Jr. Lincoln county, Kentucky, offer foi sale at public outcry the following NOTICE. described real estate situated in LinW. O. Walker has been appointed coln county, Kentucky: A tract of land situated on Moccasin creek, local representative of the Kentucky containing fifty four acres more or Rural Credit Association, by H. E. less, beginning at a stone gum pointer Newby, and will look after the interin Lincoln N 13 4 W 120 poles to a small ests of the association chestnut and white oak, thence S 76 county. A large number who are inW 82 poles to a white oak on a ridge; terested, should see Mr. Walker about thence S 20 2 W 57 poles to a any business connected with the as28-- 2 stone, hickory and chestnut pointers, sociation. Clark's corner, thence with his line S 70 E 139 poles to the beginning. Jack and Percheon Fillies For Sale. TERMS Said sale will be to the I have for sale at a bargain a highest and best bidder upon a credit black jack, with white points. of six months and the purchaser will He is well bred and a fine breeder be required to give bond for the pur- and quick' performer; no jennet needchase" price payable to the Commis- ed. Also two good fillies of Percheon sioner, with approved surety the same stock, full sisters and match closely due and payable six months from date one a yearling and the other a By Carter's Voltaire. If not of sale, bearing six per cent from said date until paid, with lien retained up- sold privately before, will be sold on the land to secure the payment of publicly at Stanford on county court the same, said bond having the same' day, Monday, April 12th. A. G. T. force and effect as a judgment. E. D. Smith, six mUee from Stanford on Boyle and Lincoln pike, mile from PENNINGTONv M. C. L. C. .C. G. D. Florence, Attorney for Plawitiff. DanviUeknd Stanford pike. , 28-- 2 m -- surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully tested, glasses scientifically present- DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office in Lincoln County National Bank Building Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-eturinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, o, directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples are now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, the Practical Tailov HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers and Dealers in High - Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 164 STANFORD : : TSj::g:::1j A Car of Lehigh "We have Just Arrived just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are 1-- KENTUCKY in the market for cement this you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement is a chance which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. 1-- INSURE Your Property in the four-year-o- ld LUlMillCEMENT 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 fc T Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., two-year-o- ld. with SAUN & SMITH, Agents CO. Stanford," Kentucky () Lfc - V wr. V --T- m . , The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, April 9, 1915 The Deposit Bank of Stanford, Ky., opeend for business, Sept. 6th, 1858. ,Its successors, , When Motoring to ....DANVILLE.... Stop At The but that indigestion and the distressed feeling which always goes with it can be promptly relieved by taking a before and after each meal. 25c a box.' Penny's Drug Store. There Is No Question Shop Perfect. suc- 9ba22 iAS&SsS Dyspepsia Tablet The .National Bank of Stanford commenced business in 865, arid its "1 And Refresh Yourself in our Soda Parlor. Heard About Town cessor, The First National Bank took over its business Oct. 4th, 882, and since its organization has paid in dividends to its stock holders, $232,500.00 the large sum of 28,500.00 Carried to its Surplus Fund 1 Making total of. $261,000.00 It has earned the confidence of the public and solicits your accounts H. &W. Pure Prepared Paint "The Brand that Satisfies" CHas been sold in your community ten years. for pasT: QAsk your dealer for names of users. Then inspect that property and inquire of the owner. J That is the best way to safeguard your best advertisement. interest. Cj 1 That's H. & W ON SALE BY SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. Spring Suits For Men. We are offering an excellent and line of Men's and Youth's Suits in the latest weaves and styles, Regular $10 Suits at $6.-4Regular $15 Suits at $9.98; Regular $20 Suits at $14.49; Regular $25 Snits at $16.49. up-to-date 8; SHOES FOR MEN, BOYS AND LADIES. Latest Styles and Latest Lasts, and at Lowest Prices. Come and see what we have for you. SPECIAL BARGAIN-Me- n's Work Shirts 25 Cents. THE BARGAIN STORE, SALEM & SALEM. I Spring Millinery AT THE EMPORIUM, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Our buyers have returned from the city and Wednesday, March 17th, we will have our line ready for your inspection. Prices as usual, Lower than elsewhere. Come and be convinced. Our Spring Line now complete with all of the fabrics. Clearance Sale still on. See our Ladies' Suits at $5 and $7.50. Yours for Fair Exchange, CH AS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. k BRING YOUR JOB. PRINTING TO THE I: J. 1 P. C. Sandidge, of Milledgeville, was here Thursday. Hon. O. H. Wadle returned to his DANVILLE, - - KY. home at Somerset Thursday afternoon. He was in too feeble health to remain in the Hudson murder case until its conclusion'. Cashier J. W. Hoskins, of the Peoples Bank of Hustonville, and Cashier April 9. Senior Play at opera George A Prewitt, of the Commercial his new home. Bank, of Liberty, were in the city for house . Mr. Fred Walls spent Saturday and a brief period Thursday afternoon. Sunday with home folks. County Attorney W. S. Burch is Miss Nancy Hunn has been quite ill Mr. Lonzo Padgett has moved to still confined to his room with illness. his new store. for several days this week. Misses Let Helm and Martha Sac- - He has been missed by many friends during the special term of court ray were in Danville Wednesday. MASON'S GAP. which has been going on this week. Mrs. Wallace Walter "and Miss MinRev. George Hasty preached a fine Dr. J. T. Bohon, the mayor of the nie Straub were in Danville this week. thriving little city of Kidd's Store, Easter sermon at Mr. Lephew MiraMiss Mary Bailey, of Crab Orchard cle's Sunday. A large crowd attended. will spend the week end with Miss was a caller at this office Wednesday. Miss Cordie Miracle and others It was the doctor's first visit for visited Miss Pearl Hooker Sunday. Elizabeth Holtzclaw. Mrs. Katherine Anderson, who has some time and the glad hand was exMiss Florence Burke visited Miss tended him by many an old friend. been quite ill, is mproving. Lizzie Davis Sunday. Mr. Wade H. Walker, of Garrard, Silas Anderson has been sick for a Mrs. Mat Davis visited Mrs. M. D. was here this morning returning Johnson. few days. Mrs. W. K. Shugars is the guest of from Hustonville, where he had been Mrs. Sallie Daughtery visited Mrs. to attend a meeting of the Synod. Mr. lohn Hooker Saturday and Sunday. her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Tanner at J. B. Paxton, of this city, also attendMrs. W. B. O'Bannon is in Lancas- ed the meeting. HELPFUL WORDS ter this week with friends and relaState Senator Charles Fr Monttives. gomery, of Liberty, was here Tuesday From a Stanford Citizen. Mrs. W. A. Coffey was called to Asked if he knew anything of a politiGrand Rapids, Mich., by the illness of cal nature, he said: "Not a thing. I Is your back lame and painful? her niece. am practicing law now and fortunatly Does it ache especially after exerMrs. Lacey Brown, of Brodhead, I have been too busy to talk politics." tion? was the guest of Mrs. W. B. O'Ban This office is in receipt of a post Is there a soreness in the kidney non. card from Clarence Coleman, of region ? Allison Conley and J. A. Buck, of Louisville, who is touring the West. These symptoms suggest weak kidBud, Ky., were here this week attend- He was at Lincoln, Neb., and had just neys. ing the Hudson trial.. to the home of the If so there is danger in delay. I. S. Brown, of Mills Springs, at- been out of look at William Jennings Secretary State Weak kidneys get fast weaker. tended the Hudson trial here this Bryan. Give your trouble prompt attenweek. Dr. W. J. Childress was down from tion. Miss Nancy Yeagcr of Stanford, Hustonville this morning. He told an Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak visited friends here during Easter. I. J. man that he, C. W. Adams, G. C. kidneys. London Echo. Your neighbors use and recommend Miss Mary Dee Beck.of McKinney, Riffe, Sam McKinney and George was the guest of Miss Anna Chancel- Tucker, all of Hustonville, would them. leave Monday for Lock No. 21, near Read this Stanford testimony. lor last week. "A few years ago I was down with Mrs. Ray M. Carpenter, of Huston- Burnside, for a week's hunt. They ville, was the guest of Mrs. Elmer will go in an automobile and a wagon with my back and I couldn't stoop or and take along a camping outfit. lift," says J. T. Spoonamore, of WhitEads this week. Miss Jeanette Eldridge, of Paint Dr. T. H.' Singleton, of McKinney, ley Ave., Stanford. "The kidney seLick, is the guest of Miss Belle Den who recently sold his office there to cretions were too frequent in passage ny. Dr. J. B. Smith, of King's Mountain, and caused me a great deal of anMrs. Sallie R. Sauflev left Thurs was in town early in the week. He noyance. I tried a dozen different day for Midway to visit her daughter, says ibat. he is preparing to make remedies, but didn't get any benefit Mrs. S. M. Logan. a prosi ertmg trip and will probably until I got a supply of Doan's Kidney Miss Mae Phelps, of Richmond, locate elsewhere than in Lincoln, Pills. By the time I had finished two who has been the guest of Mrs. R. C. which will e bad news to his host of boxes, I was cured. Kidney troubles has never bothered me since. Others Hocker, has returnee home. friends here. Mrs. Jesse D. We&rcn spent several Judge Charles A. Hardin, who has of my family have also used Doan's days this week in Lancaster with rela- been busy with the special term of Kidney Pills and have found them tives and friends. circuit court here all week, ran over satisfactory." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simWilliam Huey, who is now a knight to Harrodsburg Wednesday night to of the grjp, was here this week call- make a speech at the opening of his ply ask for a kidney remedy get ing on the merchants. home town's "White Way." Harrods- Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Little Hubert H. Fish, the burg is a hustling little city and the Mr. Spoonamore had. Foster-Milbur- n 29-- 1 son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. new lighting arrangements which have Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Fish, is quite ill with pneumonia. been adopted so generally by hustPARLOR GROVE. Miss Lillian Cochran, of Lancaster, ling towns for Main street illuminaarrived this afternoon for a visit to tion, will add a lot to its attractiveSunday, March 28, was the regular Mrs. W. S. Fish. ness. preaching day here and Rev. Wright Miss Minnie Woods spent several T. C. Rankin, of near Hubble, who delivered an effective sermon to a days this week with Mrs. R. G. Hamp- Avas elected a director ofthe Kentucky large congregation. ton at Lebanon Junction. Kural credits Association at LexingMiss Verna Bell spent one night Miss Annie Ashlock has been con- ton last week, was in town this week. last week with Miss Vesta Sims. fined to her bed for several days on boosting this organization, which he Misses Lulu Wadle and Grace Jef account of a severe cold. says, will be a great help to the far fries, of Waynesburg, spent Saturday Mrs. L. E. Carpenter and son, Jack, mers and business men generally. He and Sunday with Miss Flossie Wadle. of Philadelphia, Pa., are the guests of thinks the organization s long term was a pie supper at the O. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mene-fe- loans and. low rates of interest should K. There schoolhouse, Friday night, March appeal especially to the farmers and 26, and a neat little sum to the Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, Ga., is very anxious to see all in this sec- fund for repairing the M.added E. church. who is visiting relatives in Lancaster, tion get solidly behind the plan. W. O. Miss Rosetta Privett, of Pleasant spent several days here with her sis- Walker, has been appointed local Point, spent Saturday night and Sunter, Mrs. Charlotte Warren. agent and is receiving subscriptions day with Miss Maisie Braswell. Mrs. T. D. Sadler, of New Orleans, to stock. Mr. W. F. Sims was a business viswas the guest of the Mrs. Sallie Sauf-le- y itor at Highland Saturday. and other relatives here a few NEAL'S CREEK. Miss Maudie McCreary was a Satdays this week. Miss Ethel Brackets, of Stanford, urday visitor in Stanford. Miss Sadie Baughman, of Huston- was out to see Miss Oca Farmer SatMr. Jarrett Johnson and family ville, will spend the week-en- d with urday i.nd Sundiy. spent Sunday with Mr. Ashford JohnMiss Carrie Cunningham in this counRay Belden and Ed Farmer were son and family. ty. Danville Advocate. . the guo3ls of Mrs. Purward Single-lo- i. Mr. A. Glass and wife visited the J. T. Denton and Ira Denton, of at bi.:ir. e Juj-- t v.tci:. latter's niece, Mrs. Fred Gooch at McLexington and Mi's. S. D. Cochran, of Carl Hunn, Wallace Brackett, and Kinney, lastT Monday. Lancaster, have been the guests of Stephen Reynolds, of Stanford, came Several young people were enterMrs. W. S. Fish. out ro pei M. Farritr Sunday. tained at the home of Mr. John Wad.Mr.. Tajloi Ryherts !- - on the sick dle Saturday evening. Music and C.F. Garnett and little daughter, Virgina Wilson, are the guests' of his list. games made the evening a very pleasmother, Mrs. Mary Garnet at Cave Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Martin spent ant one and all present enjoyed the City. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry occasion. R. E. Sallee, of Richmond, spent Kitts. Mi A. W. Jones attended preachseveral days' with his brother-in-laMiss Sylvia Farmer and Mack Far- ing services at Olive Sunday. Ed Ballard. Mr. Sallee is now chief mer were the guests of Misses Chloe Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sims and little deputy in the Richmond postoffice. and Effie Farmer Sunday. son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Emmett McCormack, of HusMr. and Mrs. John Farmer were Wm. Bell. tonville, stopped here on his return the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Misses Estie Johnson and Margery from Louisville and spent several Raines Sunday. Morris spent Monday with Mrs. Jar days with his daughter, Mrs. J. H. Uncle Dink Farmer spent Sunday rett Johnson. Woods. at Lebanon Junction. Several from here attended the W. Mr. A. R. Denny and daughter, Rev. Greer filled his regular ap D. Johnson's sale at King's Mountain, Mrs. Mattie Duncan, of Garrard, were pointment out here Sunday. March 27th. guests of J. S. Hocker and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Reed, Mr. and Miss Vesta Sims spent Thursday of Kelley J. Francis, who is down Mrs. Shel Reed and Mrs. Epperson, last week with Misses Selma and Zena Mrs. from Middlesboro. Mrs. Francis and of Highland, spent Sunday with Mr. Eubanks of Walnut Grove. daughter, Miss Sallie Francis return- and Mrs. Ed Terry. Misses Laura and Zora Sims, of ed home with them. Mrs. W. R. Daugherty is on the Green Briar visited at the home of W. Miss Iva Raney, of Stanford, is the sick list. F. Sims over Sunday. guest of Lancaster relatives. Mrs. W. Mr. Marion Daugherty came over bunday, April 4, was a beautiful B. Moss held a family gathering on from Danville Saturday to see his Easter Day. The Sunday School was last Sunday, the bounteous Easter mother, Mrs. W. R. Daugherty. not as large as usual as several of the dinner sperad being in honor of her young people aitenaea xne master whose children and grand-childreservices at Uttenheim. Mr. valentine birthdays occurred this month. LanFagaly gave an effective Easter talk caster Record. at the invitation of the superintendent, Mrs. Rea Collins, of Richmond, who Sam Wright. has been the guest of Mrs. Richard Several from this neighborhood atCobb, of Boyle, and Mrs. R. C. Hocktended the Holiness meeting at the er, of this county, took the train here home of Mr. Alex Johnson Sunday. Wednesday for her home at RichMr. of v' mond. WtP sun visited Alfred Goff, Mr. Pike county, his brother, Henderson Mrs. W. M. Bright, Sr., Mrs. W, Goff, the lattei part of last week. He M. Bright, Jr., Mrs. J. G. Carpen'', 'yjjMm&miamL ffl&Q is now on Buck Creek taking orders ter and H. C. Carpenter "Maxwelled" for a Michigan nursery. to Lexington yesterday and were Mr. A. B. Wylie, of this neighborguests of the Maxwell Motor Co. for hood, and Mrs. Lottie Parsons, of luncheon at the Phoenix. Mr. Car Science Hill, were guietly married 'V"-v'.JMIlEfllSlsV BSBr jt 11 penter attended the meetng of the 'itmrsday of last week. The groom is Central Kentucky Maxwell dealers in an industrious and highly respected the afternoon. farmer, and the bride is an estimable Miss Mary Wagers was hostess of a lady, who is well and favorably lovely dnner on Saturday evening fol known by several in this neighbormHl' dw ' 'i'c' Bk lowed by "500" party. The affair was saw hood. They have the best wishes of aSu&k '' ?' dkilB?" ' ' charming in detail and greatly enjoyS all in the community. ed. The guest of honor was Miss Lucy lHUHSHHfl9!"u v BBBBsW-- ' BSSSSBSslfekL Mr. J. B. Robnson and wife are enLee Walton, of Stafford. Miss Hattie hBbBKbB'&bBbBibBBbBb tertaining their son and wife. Lee Million gave a most enjoyable Mrs. Jarrett Johnson and sons, "500" party on Monday afternoon to visited part of alst,week with her moMiss Lucy Lee Walton. Seventeen ther on Buck Creek. guests were present and at the conMr. and Mrs. Leeman Singleton clusion of the performance a beautiMR. ROBERT FOWLER, were week end visitors at the home of ful lunch of salads ana ices were serOf Okarche, Oklahoma. M. J. Morgan. ved at Perry's. The Easter idea was Mr. Robert Fowler, Okarche, OklaMiss Gertrude Hundley met with a carried out in 'the decorations, plates homa, writes: ' painful accident last week. A limb and souvenirs. Richmond "To any sufferer of catarrh of the which her father had sawed off an ap stomach. I am glad to tell my friends ple tree fell and struck her. She is or sufferers of catarrh that seventeen years ago I was past work of any able to he out after being unable to I tried Deafness Cannot Be Curedv kind, due to stomach troubles. without walk for a few days. Morgan, Mr. every known remedy, Mr. and Mrs. Alva by local applications, as they cannot reach the almost and Mrs, Leeman Singleton, Misses diseased portion of the car. There is only ose any results. "Finally- - I tried Peruna. and am Anna Padgett and Delila Singleton, way to cure deafness, and tliat is by constitution, al remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed happy to say I was benefited, by 'the of Waynesburg, spent Wednesday condition of the mucous lining of the Enstacblaa' using- a full Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a first bottle and after night and Thursday with Mr. M. J. rumbling sound or imperfect bearing, and whea treatment I was entirely curedl) Is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and "I am now seventy years old, and Morgan and wife. it unless the Inflammation can be taken out and am In , good 'health, due to always Mr. and Mrs. John Horton and famtbls tube restored to its Borznal condition! hearmy command. I ily, of near Ellison, spent Monday ing will be, destroyed foreyer; nine cases oat ot having Peruna 'at' night withR. E. Horton ami family. ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing bat would not think, of going away from an inflamed condition of the Biaeoea surfaces. home for any length of time without, Mr. Sam, Jones was a visitor in give One Hundred Dollars for any case taking aj bottle of Peruna-alonWe will for Eubank Tuesday and Wednesday of of Deafness (caused by catarrh)-- ' that canaet b . ' . i. mTffnoyv cured by Hall's Catarrh ,Cure. 'vSead fr thk'wwk. " to se my picTeu mi free. , CO.,Meeers. George Perkins, R. E. HorF. J. 6HENET ture and testimony Jf yotf Mnk It will ton, and .a, few other'went to Stanford fcelp any reae who ,ha SeW by Drsggfrts. 78c. , SHOP(Incorporated) PERFECT Personal and Social PLEASANT POINT. The pure spirit of Miss Lou Routen passed from this world last Monday, to a brighter one. Miss Lizzie Dye, who has been in Danville for some time spent Easter Sunday with home folks. Misses Lora and Ann Bunch were visitors in Waynesburg last week. Mrs. Dee Baxter and children, of Eubank, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Brown. Mrs." James Taylor is very ill at this writing. . Quite a number of young people went to Ottenheim Sunday. As they were returning home the team they were driving become frightened and began to run, throwing Miss Anna Bunch between the wheels. She was badly injured. There will be preaching here next Sunday. Mr. J. A. Singleton has moved to Gets Right Twist On Rheumatism Makts Start Wtrk of Cltaning lit Your Entire System Achis and Pains Gi Fast. tgjal jj J$g TjJlj&B In S. S. S. You Get a Twist on Rheumatism that Settles It. Many a rheumatic sufferer has been to the drug store for a bottle of S. S. S. and been handed something claimed to be "Just as good." Truly, to ask for bread and be given a stone is still in practice. If you are troubled with rheurratism in any form be sure to use S. S. S. and note its wonderful influence. S. S. S. has the peculiar action of soaking through the intestines directly into the blood. In five minutes its influence is at work In every artery, vein and tiny capillary. Every membrane, every organ of the body, every emunctory becomes in effect a filter to strain the blood of impurities. The stimulating properties of S. S. S. compel the skin, liver, bowels, kidneys, bladder to all work to the one end of casting out every irritating, every atom of poison; it dislodges by irrigation all accumulations in the Joints, causes acid accretions to dlsolve, renders pain-inflicti- them neutral and scatters thoso peculiar formations In the nerve centers that cause such mystifying and often baffling rheumatic pains. And best of all this remarkable remedy Is welcome to the weakest stomach. If you have drugged yourself until your stomach is nearly paralyzed, you will bo astonished to find that S. S. S. gives no sensation but goes right to work. This ia because it is a pure vegetable infusion, la taken naturally into your blood just a3 pure air is Inhaled naturally Into your Mc-Kinn- lungs. Get a bottle of S. S. S. today, and ask: for S. S. S. Tou may depend upon it that the store that sells you what you ask for is a good place to trade. Write to the Swift Specific Co., 201 Swift Bldg., Atlanta. Ga., for their Book on Rheumatism. Floor Coverings. Rugs, Druggets, Mattings and Small Rugs,Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Curtain Materials, Curtain Poles, and in fact every thing g to make the house-cleanin- eight-year-o- ld e. job a pleasing one, by new materials. ritiltiidiiimii bright-eningthehomew- ith Severance & Son. w, n, "Peruna Cured Me 11 of -- 1: fflGANDIES WORTH SMACKINGS "TOUR. LIPS OVERT c.jlBI FREE DEMONSTRATION MORRIS1 EXQUISITE CANDY J You just must try some of NORRIS Exquisite Candies, in order to appreciate how wonderfully good they are. f$ On next Saturday, we will conduct a free demonstration , and cordially invite you to, visit our establishment and sample these delicious confections. f$ This candy for which we have the agency candy-make- r, B'cA HW is the product of America's Master Climax-Madisonia- n. , - and in addition to being far beyond any candy produced in America, it is packed in boxes so beautiful that fi&y offer a feast for the eyes not soon forgotten. if Price, eighty cents, one dollar and one fifty per pound. ' Your iaspectiea is solicited witkoHt any obligation oa your part te parckase g cireo-lars- -. a at-liber- Shugars' Drug Store, ,Exclusive ; m 5u - fr-- Take Ball's FaHy TMts JsfwmiUgatWa. trefcWe . , t, N to4h ; ,, ," 1 Tteeday to' report for jury service. .Ai, .. v, xit Vi n frf fMW J?J vsr . fill i . l Ajfents - f f iy 5-- " 1 &. SM i pa - sxrv y THE WARFIELD, Trial 2:24 This well-know- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. 36621, McKin- Friady, April 9, 1915 BLAIN'S GAP. The farmers are very busy getting ready for crops.v Mr. Dan Moore has had a lot of clearing and fencing done this spring. Rev. J. T. Chastten and granddaughter, Miss Dollie Adkins, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hasty Sunday. Mr. Henry Lair spent last Monday night with his niece, Mrs. Maggie Cannon of McKinney. Frank Adkins was the guest of his brother, Mr. W. L. Adkins Saturday night. Mrs. J. T. Chasteen is on the sick list. Mr. W. H. Campbell and family were the guests of Mr. McCowan Sunday. Mrs. W. L. Adkins and pretty little daughter, Miss Lena Adkins were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Walls Sunday afternoon. Watch out for the weeding bells. Eev. J. T. Chasteen was in Stanford Friday on business. Bro. George Hasty has been very ill for the past few days. He was able to hold meeting at IVrason's Gap Sun-- J ? SEE W. H. Higgins about spraying 29-- 1 your fruit trees. PARTY who borrowed my scraper ney at the low price of last fall will please return it. W.VC. VTe have had so many Inquiries lately 29-$10 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. rejjardiiijf Eczema and other sldn dis- Shanks. eases, that we are gJad ,to make our LEAVE your orders with W. H. I will also make the season with my answer public. After careful investiga- Higgins for Disc Harrows, Corn tion we have found that a simple was-l- i fine young jack. 29-- 1 of Oil of Wintergreen, as compoiiriflO'l Planters and Cultivators. in D. D. D. Prescription, can ho relied C. P. Cecil, Jr., of Danville, bought upon. "We would not malte this stateBRIGHAM YOUNG, for his meat department 25 head of ment to our patrons, friends and neighbors unless we were sure of it and 1,200 pound cattle from Richard Alex AT $8 TO INSURE. although there are many Ecander at $7.15 per hundred. zema remedies sold, we ourselves unhesitatingly recommend D. D. D. PreFox & Farris, of Danville, sold a He is of the old Hubble stock and scription. mare mules a great individual. See him before Drop into our store today, just to talk fine team of to Ison & Son, of Hazard. The considyou breed. ever the merits of this wonderful eration was 400. M.. J. Farris, Jr., S. M. OWENS, sold to L. Dunagan, of Hubble, a New Stanford Drug Co. McKinney, Ky. team of broken mules n stallion will make the season at my place near What Cures Eczema Farm and Stock News EXTRA good garden plows "GETS-IT- " a for Sun-Sh- ot ris at Far AH 29-- 1 Corns die-wit- .bVbW 2. Use Two Drop and They Vanish. h When corns make you almost your boots on, when you try to walk on the edge of your shoes to try to get away from your corns, you're way behind time II you have not used "GETS-IT.- " It's the so-call- ed four-year-o- ld bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbLbbbbbbbW bbbbLH I Pre-scrlistla- two-year-o- ld for 200. See the I. J. for lowest price on horse and jack cards i V M Yowell & Eads, of Hustonville, sold to 0. P. Huffman, a local butcher three cows at from 5.50 to 5.35. Trial Record They ran in weight from 750 to Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 f pounds. To Greeley Lutes of hands, foaled 1906 Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 Turnersville, the same firm sold an Standard Registered Vol. 18. cow at five and a half cents a pound Mid 1: and a heifer and bull for 85. Alcyone 632, 2:27 R. C. Arnold, local stock dealer, Jf Sire oi 60, dams of 65 Dark Night 2858 recently bought the following: 13 Sire of 24, in. Search- (.Noonday, hogs of Owsley Bright-lighead of light 2:03 By St. Elmo 275 Dunn at six and a half cents a pound; Dark Great Brood Mare. Silent Brook 19769 cow weighing 800 pounds of Will Lo sire of Wilkes 2:09, Valpa Record f gan at four cents a pound; a cow of Billy Burk, etc. THarry Clay 45, 2:29 cr Shawbay 2 :07 .Mea- Jenny Clay. J Sire of 4, dams of 50. Will Hester, weighing 800 pounds at two and a half cents a pound and two dow Brook Great brood mare. .Norwood Belle calves of L. P. Nunnelley at six cents Emma Brook By Norwood 522 a pound. Lady Zarrine Baron Wilkes 4758, K' Bellbrook2:10, etc. T. L. Carpenter, of 2:18; sire of 12 in sold to a Mercer countyHustonville, syndicate o Moko 24457 2:10, etc. D four thoroughbred yearling bulls at Sire of Brenda Yorke 100. He sold to another party a few 2:04,Ferno weeks ago two of the same for 225. iQueen Ethel Native Belle (3) 2: By Strathmore 408. Mr. Carpenter has disposed of three Silver Silk (4) race mares in the past few weeks for Dam of Bumps 2:03 Clayo Monrico (3) the snug sum of 4,000. He sold two Dam of Lala Watts, Susie N. (3) for 3,000 and one for 1,000. The Bleucher (2) etc. last sale was made only a few days tr. 2:17; out Wilkes Nutwood 8000, ago. of a half sister to SiForestus Reid, of Danville, deliver sire of Carl lent Brook 2:16.- ed to Monte Fox, of Danville, 46 ..Wilkes Betty Clay. head of heavy steers which he has Half sister to Silent been feeding on his farm on the HusReddie Jenny Clay. Brook tonville pike, three miles west of and Clay (4) By Harry Clay 45. 5eeves v.crt in primo Lilly Clay, dam of Dam of Silent Brook condition, Ihe weighing an average of Prue Reddie Clay pounds. Mr. Rox paid 7.15 a BLEUCHER 46158 2:29. 2:14. W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, will v. v have his great stallion, Bleucher, .bumnnrni 4C. 46158, here at the horse show Monday. Read his advertisement in this "Murder! Everybody Trie to Step oa My aad You'll Com!" Ue "GETS-Iissue and look him up. He's worth see-n- g BBLbW LKaBBBBLv VBLBft J iy T J Have No Coras to Be Stepped Oa. 1,-0- 75 yS'.'-roun- d ht 140-pou- nd 2:16, 2:03, 2:09, 2:09, 2:07, 2:08, 2:09, 2:05, 06, 2:08, 2:27, 2:29. 2:07, 2:09, 2:24; 2:04. 2:06, 2:25, 2:21. "t.-.nf-er! 2:16, (4) I,-2- 75 2:25., 1-- 4, etc. Meadow Silent Brook 19769, 2:16 sire of Billy Burk 2:03 Betty Brook 2:09 4 Zarrine 2:07 Brook 2:06 2, Shawbay 2:07 SiLady Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10 Emma Brook 2:09 etc. Sired Margaret Bathgate (4) 2:11 lent Brigade (2) 2:10 etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, also prodam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07 and was grandam of Prue 2:21 duced Reddie Clay 2:25 Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:05 2 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Native (Futurity winner,) (5) 2:04 Brenda Yorke (3) 2:08 (champion Belle (2) 2:07 4 (Futurity winner,) (3) 2:06 1filly,) Manrico (3) 2:07 4 (Futurity winner,) Silver Silk (4) Susie N. (3) 2:09 4 (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 2:10, Mobel 2:08 Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 4 (FutuMochester 2:10 2:10 rity winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting O'Neil (3) stallion,) Vito (4) 2:09 Martha Tipton (4) 2:09 Baron D. 2:10, etc. to Bumps 2:03 Brother 2:13 ( half in 1:06, trial mile 2:14 Bleucher 46158, record 2:29 last quarter in 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh J 100 pounds. He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is ' out of Clao, by the great Futurity sire Moko. Foreign demand will exhaust the supply and we may expect better prices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Bleucher is just the type to produce the colts that will supply the demand. His colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck and plenty of bone and fonformatTon. This great trotting stallion will make the season of 1915 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at $20.00 to insure a living colt. I am prepared to care for mares at 10c per day. W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. 1-- 2, 1-- 1-- 4, 3-- 4, 3-- 3-- 4; 1-- 4, 3-- 4, 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 1-- 2. 1-- 3-- 4, 1-- 4, 3-- -2 three-year-o- ld 1-- 1-- 2, 1-- 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 1-- 1-- 2, 1-- 4, 3-- 4. 1-1-- 4, 4, 3-- 4, hundred pounds for them. He put them on the cars at Rowland for shipment east. Dr. H. L. Casey, assistant state veterinarian came over with Mr. Fox, made an examination of the herd, and certified that they are entirely free from any symptoms of, the foot and mouth disease. J. A. and R. K. Young, of Adair county, were here Thursday returning home after having sold 104 head of steers and heifers, to a number of buyers in this seciton. The beeves they disposed of ran in weight from 400 to 900 pounds and they got for them all the way from 20 to 52.50 a head. Among the sales they made were the following; To S. H. Baiigh-ma- n 26 heifers; to J. H. Baughman, near Shelby City 29 steers; to Mrs. Jas. Robinson, near Hubble 12 steers; to Harry Frye, near Hubble 10 steers; to J. D. Whitehouse, near Danville, five steers to McDowell and Fox, of Danville, 15 steers; to John Goggin, near Hubble, four steers; to C. R. Martin, of Danville, a couple of steers. ' Sick headache, biliousness, piles and Mules bad breath are usually caused by inactive bowels. Get a box of Rexall Orderlies. They act gently and effectively. Sold only by 113 at 10 cents. Penny's Drug Store. &. . . . An Optimist. He has absolute faith in his medicine he knows when he takes it for certain ailments he gets relief. PeoLawrence & Co., Chicago. ple who take Dr. ring's New Dis Sold in Stanford and recommended covery for an irritating Cold are Opas the world's best corn cure by timists they know this cough remedy will penetrate the linings of the Shugar's Drug Store. throat, kill the germs, and open the way for Natture to act. You can't destroy a cold by superficial treatROWLAND PEAVINE ment you must go to the cause of the trouble. Be an optimist. Get a Registered bottle of Dr. .King's New Discovery Chestnut stallion, star and snip, today. foaled May 14, 1912. Sired by Rex MASON'S GAP. Peavine 1796, by Rex McDonald 833, There was a large crowd attended by Rex Denmark 840. First dam Bourboniste 9297, (full sister to meeting here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Burke visited Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, by their daughtei', Mrs. Arch Green of Clark Chief 89 (Sims 89), Second Maywood Sunday. Misses Dulcie Baugh and Kath-erin- e dam, the Madison Square Garden Terry of Neal's Creek were the champion, Judy Oliver 6407, by Red Cloud 2197, Indian Chief 1718, Third guests of friends here last week. Mr. Willie Miracle spent last week dam by Wilson's King 2197, Fourth dam, daughter of Sim's Clark Chief at Lancaster. Miss Cordie Miracle visited Miss 2575. This colt is deserving of careful Pearl Hooker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Davis visited consideration to the breeders of saddle mares, coming from a family of Mr. W. M. Kirkpatrick and family show horses, and a show horse him- Sunday. Mr. Hilary Durm, who has been self, having defeated such colts as Richard Couer De Leon, which sold visiting relatives here returned to his home in Bell county. for $1,500 and other good ones. Mrs. Frank Davis visited Mrs. M. Will stand at $15 to insure a living be judicious to take D. Johnson Sunday. colt. It would Mr. A. B. Hoskins of Greasy advantage of this low price, for the will be high- Ridge, was here to see Mr. E. L. Mirchances are that his fee acle Sunday. er next season. Mrs. Mary Davis spent last week Be sure and take a look at him next with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Monday, horse show and court day. Will make the season to a limited Hurst. Mr. "E. Z. Burke, who has been on 's number of approved mares at the sick list for several days is much stock yards, Stanford. improved at this writing. C. L. DUDDERAR, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. Annie Hooker and niece, Miss Pearl Hooker attended the singing at Our "Jitney" Offer This and 5c, Mr. C. C. Terry's Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Miracle were DON'T MISS lHIS. Cut out this pleasant callers here Sunday. slip, enclose with five cents to Foley 111., writing your & Co., Chicago, Paris Henderson surrendered to the name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package con- authorities after killing Charles Hillis in a quarrel in taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com- his brother-in-lapound, for coughs, colds and croup, Lewis county. Foyel Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sold Everywhere. If You Are Losing Weight and your nerves are in bad condition; STRAWBERRY PLANTS we recommend FRUITS AND SHADE TREES Olive Oil and our first offering of the remarkable Mammouth Pearl Potato. Emulsion No Agents. Send for Catalog. containing Hypophosphilts H. F. HILLENMEYER AND SONS. a food and nerve tonic prescription. Lexington, Kentucky. Nun-nelleyw, corn cure of tho century, the new way, the sure, painless, simple way. It makes a fellow really feel foolish after he's used g g salves, ointments, toe bundling bandages, blood bringing razors, knives, files, scissors, jabbers and what-notwhen he uses just 2 drops of "GETS-IT- " and sees his corn vanish. The difference is divine. Just try It. You won't wince when you put on your shoes is Bure, "gets" in the morning. "GETS-IT- " any corn, callus, wart or bunion. "GETS-IT- " Is sold, by druggists every, where, 25o a bottle, or sent direct by E. toe-eatin- corn-bitin- -- day. j W. H. Starns and sister, Miss Liz zie Starns were the guests of his daughter,' Mrs. Lizzie Naylor Sunday. Mr. Tom Stringer was the guest of Mr. W. L. Adkins Thursday night and : u Hmmitm J :A n iagiSSawSJ-- S WFTTi '& ? r fc.fct''w it,AuBBCiaiBy,1L-AWJ- 1 f JFfhim. . .ld( 9 tH&k. S. I s, Friday. Man Takes His Own Medicine Is ALL PEAVINE 4092 Rex Peavine 1796 Lucy Wells 6404, by Peavine 85 Champion Sire of World at Eight Years All Peavine needs no introduction to the people of Kentucky. I have won more big events with his produce than any other firm or individual in Kentucky. He sired the champion colt and stallion at the Kentucky State Fair 1914. Champions from the youngest to the oldest of his produce. I have sold six of his colts and fillies from fifteen to two months old for an aggregate sum of $3,455. FEE $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT three-year-old SHIEK Shiek was the champion pony stallion of Kentucky at the Blue Grass Fair, at Lexington and Kentucky State Fair, at Louisville in 1913 and 1914. Big enough to sire a useful pony. Can do more under saddle and to harness than any pony in Kentucky. TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT At same place two good mule jacks at $10.00. $10.00 for grey Jack and eight dollars for young jack to insure living colt. Money due with all stock when colt is foaled or mare leaves possession of owner, at time of service. All care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. R. S. SCUDDER McKinney, Kentucky KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN No. 5167 A. S. H. R. is a handsome chestnut with beautiful mane and tail; is 15.3 hands and will weigh about 1,150 pounds; has the very best of feet and legs; good flat bone, broad sloping shoulders; short, stout back and a horse of the most wonderful endurance. He is an impressive horse, standing still and is more so in motion; sets himself just right, never touches himself any where and has exceptional speed at the rack and trot. He was one of the most successful horses shown last year. He was shown at three fairs and won the combined stal- Kentucky Gentleman has the qualities that are necessary to the production ot a perfect horse color, size, style, speed, action, and endurance, and ideal breeding. He is sired by Chester Peavine 3184, by Rex Peavine 1796, by Rex McDonald 833. Dam, Flora Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58, by Black Eagle 74, by King William 67. lion class at each place. , - ;? it&xaJL ,BBBHPPP!M"jBBBBV 1841 '- 1915 Penny's Drug Store. . . - .t. &-:- . .. ..-- i.' JaaHSMHlb. Kl! P: K '1 Wanted. I will be in Stanford ,. s '"r""' v ? '. V" aVMpLiSiSK3BaBBBBSaB&9aaBBBKSlR3(SsaHBaHaBlHD ?Ak3BHaT !HBHB0BraBlBBliHBBBHNNi$le9fiBBBaBaHnaBBBnl BBWW'jBHSBSHBaBHBBVKBHallHSSHI aBHsMBBBBBBBEBaBHBflB9BVnBBaBr '"5 - Next Monday, Court Day, April 12th, To JRt3tM'v' 'r-- . K $pt.. V! GRACE C, 7781 This grand young mare is a sister of Kentucky Gentleman In offering the services of this grand young horse to the public, I feel that I am giving them their money's worth. Give him the same class of mares and I do not believe there is a horse in the State that will beat him producing high class colts, (no matter how high the service fee.) Breeding to Kentucky Gentleman is no longer an experiment. Bring him a good mare and he will get you an extra good colt. Do not take your mares thirty or forty miles to breed when you have just as good a horse right at home and for less than half the money. Kentucky Gentleman will make the season at my home, one mile from Stanford, on the Danville pike at $20.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt isfoaled. Care taken to prevent acci- -' dents, but not responsible should any occur. y 1 k iv BTBb'!''VBBb?H'v t1'"'' xSt!ii XY bIbBP BBBfc 4 ti BUY MULES. Want them from 5 to 10 years old, 15 4 to 16 hands high and must 1-- ''fite'JMtiHt 3S"''S?,5t V',JW?5 J. NEVIN CARTER Stanford, Ky. "-s 2PVBHBuBBBBIBBBBBBBVi weigh 1,000 to 1,200-poundAny one having mules to sell should hav.e them in town on that day. . Am in position to pay good pri, ces. s. W. B. Burton, Lancaster, Ky. J" There is no doubt about Voltaire being the best breeding as well as the best bred big horse in the county and possibly in the State. Each time he has been shown he has easily won first premium and his colts have won first every year they have been shown. There has been more demand for big horses within the last year than was ever known before. Quite a good many farmers have almost stopped raising horsesand that is sure to make a demand for them. Nearly every farm paper you see advises the farmer to raise bigger and better horses. I think right now is the farmer's opportunity. Bring your good mares to Voltaire and you are sure to get a good colt. JHe will make the season at my farm, one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at $15.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled. I will also stand a good young Jack. He is a heavy big boned fellow, and I think will make a good breeder. Will stand at $10.00 to insure. LwH&.r Si'jC!kV -;--' Voltaire 55140 f mK-.".nrjStk- 'XBBBlBfflBS')BBBBBBBm ;.i ."aliloriiid fw Visit Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition San Diego wwe San Francisco Panama California Exposition -- mm .aBBBBM? JbTbbVbWt I Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via : J. 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