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I A I I M No. 30 H M WT M M A B--J 1V Established 860. 56th Year. 1 Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, April 13, 1915 LINCOLN GETS $9,075 DR. WINBURN INVITED w, . " vFK se - This Paper Step Waem Yov Time is up Watci tie Date Om Label aaft Renew Yonr SBbscript''em Promptly. Tuesdays and Fridays POLITICS DIVIDE INTEREST WITH HORSES HERE MONDAY; Boosters for Gubernatorial Candidates on Hand and Interest in Judge's Race Also Keen. which was on the Stanford stockyards Monday and prohibited sales being held there, and the annual horse show, the most discussed topic on the streets here Monday was pol- LEARNED TO READ FROM I. J. MAY NOT APPEAL THE CASE LONDON BANKERS INDICTED GREAT CROWD SEES BLUE BLOODS PUT THRU PACES So Woman Near Bowen Tells J. F. Federal Grand Jury Takes Action Af- Henry Hudson Given Two To Five Russell, Hustling School Trustee. Years for Killing Y. W. Burton ter Failure of Bank in London Day Brings Many Annual Horse Show J. F. Russell, the energetic and People to Town List of Fine The Federal grand jury at CovingAs told in the last edition of the I. popular school trustee in ton returned a number of indictments J. Friday copies of which did not Horses Shown. 9, division 4, has recently completed against McCalla Fitzgerald, cashier of go out to all taking the school census of that dis- of the First National Bank of London, ever Henry of its subscribers, howHudson was convicted The number of horses at the anhe found nual horse show yesterday was not trict, in whichand 22 over 82 children and William B. Catching, president of of manslaughter by the jury which school age, the same institution, charging them tried him in circuit court here last up to the average, but the quality of school age made up for the deficiency numerical- the latter being unable to read and with making false entries of the con- week on a charge of murdering his Y. W. Burton, at their ly. The animals were exhibited on write. During his investigations, Mr. dition of the bank in their report to father-in-laMain street between Somerset street Russell discovered one woman who the Controller of the Currency at farm near Hustonville a few months and the college and a great crowd had learned to read from the Interior Washington. According to Receiv- ago. The jury did not return a verwas present to witness and applaud Journal. She told him, he says, that er Weitzel, who has had charge of the dict into court until 4 :45 o'clock deto the handsome equincs as they were she wantedhome know what the news bank at London for the past several liberating to that hour from 2:40 paper, so became de- months, the money involved will when the case was given to it by the brought out on parade. Considerable was in her termined to learn to read, and with amount to $50,000. The indictments court, at the conclusion of the arguinterest was manifested by breeders, a little help, picked the letters out against the two banks officials charge ments. which means that the season will be t, cf the paper, and soon mastered the that false entries were made in their The jury gave Hudson a sentence a good one. Following is a list of alphabet and learned to read. She reports to the Controller of Currency of from two to five, years in the the horses shown: Hamilton Chief 5801, the govern- now gets great enjoyment out of the at Washington on January 23, 1914, state penitentiary. This sentence, unment stallion, which is in the hands paper and says that she would not and on September 12, 1912. It is al- der the indeterminate sentence law of Felix White. He is a handsome be without it for anything. Mr. leged in the indictment that Fitzger- will make him eligible to parole and chestnut sorrel and p. ' royally bred Russell, who is one of 'the most com- ald, the cashier, made false reports, release from prison after he has serpetent trustees in the county is pre- "aided and abetted by Catchings, the ved two years, if his conduct is good. iellow. attend J. Nevin Carter had two horses paring to go to Louisville toAssocia-toi- president." In twenty-fou- r counts, It is reported that he will accept the Fitzgerald is charged with the misap- judgment of the jury and not appeal that attracted a great deal of atten- the Kentucky Educational He wll leave on the 21st, and plication and embezzlement of vari- the case, though this is only rumor. tion. They are Kentucky Gentleman 5167 and Voltaire 55140. The for- is urging all of the teachers and trus- ous amounts to his own use of funds It is understood that on the first mer is an ideal gentleman's stallion tees in his section to be sure to at- belonging to the First National Bank ballot which was taken by the jury and the latter is a huge Percheron. tend. Mr. Eussell is a great believer of London. These amounts range upon the question of conviction or in and worker for better educational from $1,000 to lesser sums. It is al- acquittal of the accused, three memThey are a grand pair. B. W. Leigh, of Hustonville, show- facilities and is doing good work in leged that the money was applied to bers of the jury voted for acquittal. ed his Glenbrook and made many his community. the funds of a company in which Fitz- The report is that these three were friends for that horse. He is a handgerald and Catchings were interested. A. C. Sine and Spears Fisher, of StanMet Death in Peculiar Way. some sorrel and has fine style and acford, and J. H. Wheeler,'vof Waynes-burtion. George Hughes, aged 65 years, a Some of the jury 'are said to LATEST WAK NEWS B. W. Gaines had on exhibition the well known lumber man of McKin-nehave stood out for a ,while for a 21 Charging that the United States is year sentence, the maximum under big Percheron stallion, Sir Ray, a well came to his death in a very pe- building new industry in built fellow and a proven breeder. culiar and unfortunate way there portation up aarms to enemies the ex- y, the manslaughter law. The verdict arof of Morgan Baughman showed his last week. While loading lumber in at, therefore, is regarded as a and that American diplomacy rived beautiful Shetland pony, Enrique, a a car on the Cincinnati Southern compromise. , I& Blue Grass Fair champion and a mod- railroad Thursday, he pushed against has found no relief for neutral shipImmediately upon the rendering of el pony. With him were two of his the end of a large plank with his pers of noncontraband to Germany, the verdict, Hudson was,Tlaken to jail ijet, which go to prove that he is a stomach, in order to get it into the the United States is arraigned for al- where he is now incarcerated and will breeder of both stye and action proper position. He exerted unusual leged failure to observe neutrality in remain until he is R. S. (Dick) Scudder, who al- pressure and felt ill effects after- the memorandum handed the State His wife, a daughter of; the dead man, ways has good ones, brought with him ward. He became ill and had a phy- Department by Ambassador von who stuck to him loyally throughout All Peavine, his champion saddle stal- sician who, after an examination, ex- Bernslroif. all of the trouble, remained in town The French offensive continues to and visited him in the jail'Saturday. lion, and one of the best in the coun- pressed the belief that Mr. Hughes try, and his pretty Shetland stallion, had torn his bowels loose. Every- make progress in the Woevre district, h:ck. Each attracted much attent- thing possible was done to relieve his according to the Paris official stateLANCASTER. ion. They were, in the pink of condi- trouble, but he died Sunday after- ment, and military critics say the GerMr. George Ball and Mrs. Ora tion and were popular with the horse- noon at four o'clock. He is survived mans will be compelled to send of the Mt. Hebron section, of to straighten their wedge, men in attendance. by his wife and several children, most this county, were married by Rev. J. Carroll Dudderar drove his Row- of whom are grown. Mr. Hughes was which penetrates St. Mihiel. Mahan. , The Russians are making progress W.The faculty meetingsi was held with land Peavine, a magnificent young employed by the spoke company, and chestnut of both speed and action. was a fine man in every way, standing in the capture of impoitant points Mabel Mason atthe He was the subject of much favorable high in the community and well es- which are essential belore a general Miss W. I.. Lawon. Delicioushome of Mrs. refreshcomment and as usual Mr. Dudderar teemed by all who knew him. forward movement can be undertak- ments were served. fe. en. They are in possession of the got his share of the applause. Rowin Stanford Miss Lillian whole principal chain of the Carpa- for a visit to Cochran'is Mrs. W. S. land Peavine is a son of Rex Peavine Cleaning-U- p Days. her aunt thians and at some points are deand resembles his great sire. The Woman's , Peyton Parrish rode his good has been notifiedClub of Stanford, scending the southern slopes and are Fish. J. W. Beagle isrin Alexander Rev. brown stallion, Rex Moki, and made Leech, of Louisvilee, by Mrs. James approacrng, if they ae not already Campbell county, the where is holding a good show with him. He is a hand- State Federation thatchairman of and in the Uzsok Valley, south of the pass a two weeks series oietings, Thursday some fellow and goes like a top. His that name. .known as The historic prope set of Hamadan, an important trading pedigree will appear in these columns Friday,asApril 15 and 16 have been the Camp Dick Robinson, les north apart cleaning up days by all a few days. center in Persia, has been captured of here in Lower Gas-rin s sold by clubs in Kentucky. Committees have by S. H. Baughman had on exhibition Turkish forces. The allied fleet Jacob Trumbo to C. ean, the been appointed by the local club to a black Percheron stanion, four years oversee the cleaning of streets, alleys, has, according to unofficial reports, house and seven acres (Mtftd bring-old and as big as all out doors. He etc. The City Council has kindly been bombarding the Dardanelles ing $6,3000. It was th "Federalis a well built fellow and sires just agreed to furnish wagons and hands forts from the Gulf of Saros This camp south of the Ohitf snrrv such mares as are needed for farm to remove all debris collected and doubtless is being done to prevent the Mrs. W. B. O'Banno: use. Turks from repairing the forts, for to her home in Stanfo QjMmreturneaE6Sr--- a visplaced in J. O. Baugh showed a pretty pony assist the front of residences and to it is not believed here that the big at- to Mrs. W. T. West. ladies in making Stanford he calls Doc, which attracted its share Mrs. J. I. Crawford in the state. Flow- tacks will be resumed until the land cleanest of attention. He is young in service the seeds will town distributed and the forces arrive. home at Mt. Hebron at HKib-;illbe er good sire. but promises to be a The North German Lloyd liner Besides! be planted in Harrison Graham's boy drove a sor- request made that theythoroughfares. Kronprinz Wilhelm, outfitted as a of pneumonia.two dai'tll MHUMner two sons and unsightly places along D. Rockerel stallion known as John urgent will German auxiliary cruiser, arrived jat, wotheisufvuher.J4-fperyv- i feller. The animal was not in good There is an personalappeal that it that Newport News with sixty-on- e prison ne iiome ana roreign missionary be. made a matter and he- - would have made a jenMtfconditionr-c- r ers, the crew of the last two British Society of the Presbyterian church every one will contribute in some way better advertisement for himself and to the sanitation and beauty of the steamers sunk by her. The Kron- met with the President Mrs. Frank B. owner. prinz slipped out of New York August Marksbury at her home on Danville community. Bleucher 46158, owned by W. B. Help." It is a The state motto is, "I'll 3 last, and since that time has sunk street. good one for Stanford, Burton, of Lancaster, was shown to nine British, four French and one Rev. N. T. Barnes, of Louisville, is a bike and he made the rest of them too. Norweigian vessel in her commerce-destroyn- g expected here in May in the interest step some. A magnificent dark brown cruise in the North and of the B. Y. P U. society of the BapMat Preston Loses His Father. stallion with lots of style and a trial South Atlantic oceans. It is not tist church. Henry Preston, aged 70 years, fait is no wonder that his in 2:14 known whether she will repair and Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Rose, of Philowner booked a number of mares to ther of Mat Preston, of Stanford, sail again or intern for the war. adelphia, are here for a visit to Dr. him. His breeding is all that one died suddenly of heart trouble at his Of the contingent of six doctors Rose's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. could ask and as an individual he has home in Lexington Saturday after- jnd twelve nurses sent to Serbia by Rose. noon. Mr. Preston went over Sunday few equals in this section. Red Cross, all but four Mrs. J. Parker Gregory and two J. W. Brown, of Preachersville, to the funeral of his parent, which the American typhus, according to little daughters returned Friday from have contracted bay stallion, Orion, by was held at Mt. Olivet in Garrard Dr. M. P. Lane, of New Orleans, who a stay of some weeks in DeLand, Fla. xode the dark King Dare, he by Chester Dare. county. He was laid to rest beside his arrived in New York. Lancaster friends received the inOrion is a good individual and a wife who preceded him to the Great formation of the marriage of Miss splendid saddler. He is a proven Beyond 23 years ago. The deceased is Forest Fires in McCreary County. Mattie Lee Hubble, a former Lancassurvived by the following children in breeder and a good looker. Dangerous forest fires have broken ter girl and W. O. Martin, of Stanaddition to Mr. Preston, who lives Saturday. here: Fred Preston, with whom he out in McCreai"y county and the towns ford in the city of Lexington. The Horse Show at Hustonville bride is the attractive daughter of The annual horse show will be held made his home in Lexington, Mrs. of Whitley City and Bauer are threat- Senator and Mrs. R. L. Hubble and Lou Duncan, Mrs. Annie Freeman, ened by the advancing flames, which a at Hustonville next Saturday afterfrequent visitor of Misses Mayme by volnoon beginning at 3:00 o'clock. B. and Mrs. "Mary Kelly, of Lexington, are being heroically nept back has ap- and Ethel Walter of this place. Mrs. Bessie Preston, of Fal- unteer fire fighters. The fire W. Leigh tells th I. J. to state to the and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collier of within a short distance public that he will let those owning mouth. Mr. Preston was a lifelong proached City, destroying a corner of Kork Ridge, Tenn., were the guests of the Methodist church and Whitely stallions or jacks use his stable free member of Mrs. U. D. a splendid citizen in every way. He the big woods owned by County At- of The DistrictSimpson. T. U. Convenof charge for the occasion. C. his life in Fay- torney George Stevens. At Bauer a tion will meet W. Wilmore Friday, lived for the most of in wide furrow was plowed around the ette county. McChesney Fires Opening Gun. town but is was feared the town April 16th. Mesdames J. B. Kinnaird The following dispatch is sent from could not stay the progress of the and M. K. Kirby and Miss Amanda The Darkey Wedding a Success. Louisa, where Mr. McChesney, opened flames. The plant ofthe Bauer Coop- Anderson will represent jthe Lancashis campaign Monday: "Harry D. The Darkey Wedding, which was ter organisation. McChesney, candidate for the Demo- presented at the McKinney Opera erage Company was threatened and one house was burned, along with ed Miss Margaret Jenkins has returncratic nomination for Governor, House Saturday night by local talent to her home in Nicholasville, after spoke here Monday afternoon. In his under the management of Mrs. Chas. some of the outbuildings on the edge a visit to Miss Mary Chestnut. the town. State Forester J. E. Baraddress he came out strongly for Oatts, was a success in every partic- of Messrs. A. K. Walker, Woods WalState-wid- e prohibition and favored ular. Notwithstanding the rain a ton has organized a forest protective ker and A. B. HuyTer of New York, the submission of trie amendment to large crowd witnessed the clever per- association with a view to preventing have returned from a visit to their the people. He reviewed his own formance and applauded the good forest fires. W- - A. Kinne was elected friend, Billy Wade of Versailles. career, laid stress on the importance work of the participants to the echo. president and W. R. Cress, secretary. Miss Lida E. Gardner, of Carlisle, of good roads, discussed the public A number of people from Middle-bur- g The fires are in dense forests of tim- the State Organizer of Trustees and school system and scored the mainwere present, and they were so ber that have never known the axe Teachers will be in Lancaster Friday tenance of lobbies at the Legislature. well pleased that they invited them and thousands of dollars damage al- April 16th and speak in the County He also paid much attention to the to come to their town and they will ready has bean done. rihe men of Court room. tax question." likely go down Saturday night next Whitley and Bauer vatched the fires A. C. Powell, president of the Naand give the people of that section by turns last week. tional Prohibition League lectured at Mrs. Jennie Adams Dead. the benefit of a real good show. the school auditorium Friday evening". Mrs. Jennie Adams, widow of Geo. Peculiar Suit Against K. P. Lodge Miss Mary Cottrell, daughter of Adams, died at her home at Green- Cholera Slays Hogs Near Dunnville. In Lexington Samuel E. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Cottrell of Paint ville, Texas, last Tuesday and was Cholera has been playing havoc asks the intervention of the courts to Lick, and C. B. Pence, of Louisville, laid to rest by the side of her hus- with 'hogs in the vicinity of Dunn- have him reinstated as a member of were united in marriage in the city band there. She was a sister of Mrs. ville, Casey cunty, sweeping thru Bluegrass Lodge No. 11, Knights of of Lexington, the Christian minister, A. M. Frye, of Hustonville, and was the herds of a number of well known Pythias, and asks that he also receive Rev. I. J. Spencer officiating. The a most excellent Christian woinan. farmers in that section. M. R. Dam-ro- n ?i,000 as damages on account of the groom is a salesman for the Green Her younger days were spent at Huslost 53, George CundifF had about humiliation which a suspension by the Seal Paint Co., of Louisville. tonville, where as Miss Jennie Page 30 to 40 to die; Grover Overstreet lodge is alleged to have caused him. Mrs. Charles Ballew is at home she was a most popular lady. The lost about 10 and R. G. Combest lost It is alleged in the petition that John- from a visit to Mrs. George A many friends and relatives in the about 500 worth. Mr. Damron says son was suspended for a period of one in Covington. county learned of her taking away that he does not know how the first year following a trial for murder in The report that the Lancaster post-offi- ce with sincere regret. was robbed of $250 was a misinfection of the fata; disease got into Fayette county some time ago, and the droves, but that wherever the that since that time the plaintiff has take, ns only $8.95 was secured by the Pie Supper at Moore's Schoolhouse. hogs had been vaccinated, they es- complied with all the rules of the thieves. Neither dynamite nor nitroA delightful and successful pie caped. lodge in such matters, but that he is glycerine was used in forcing open supper was held at Moore's school-hous- e refused a restoration of his rights and the doors of the office, but a large fc"aiiirda evening, which was standing.He says he seeks the civil sledge was put in use to twist the Dixie Highway Commissioners. well attended. One cake brought courts as a last resort, having been hinges loose. The careful and painsGov. S9.75, being knocked down to Mrs. Hanger,McCreary has named Harry B. ruled against by the supreme officers taking postmaster, E. P. Brown had of Richmond, and Claude W. T. M'jGirr. The supper was consecreted several hundred dollars in of Breckenridge county, as of the lodge. t, Mercer, ducted in fine style by Baxter the office which the guilty party failDixie Highway Commissioners for of Shelby City and Kinder Fox, Kentucky, Louisville and Nashville New Police Chief at Lancaster. ed to secure. of Bcwen. Mr. Cccvert made a nice have decided to select a highway in Orville Buck, who has been acting Mrs. D. T. Turner and little Annie talk on education, and all present view of d methods- of the at Chief of Police at Junction City Bell have joined Mr. Turner in Lexin-tohad a most enjoyable evening. assiciation at Chattanooga. for some time, has been elected Mrs. Annie Doty Purdy, of Paris, Chattanooga leaders declare Govs. Chief of Police at Lancaster to sucNothing Doing at the Court-HousMcCreary and Rye had planned to ceed Luther Herron, who resigned is the guest of Misses Jane and Mary Yesterday was a barren one as far shut out Chattanooga men. the position in Garrard's capital last Doty. as business at the court-hous- e is conweek. Mr. Buck made a splendid ofMrs. B. M. Lear is in Middlesboro, cerned. No wills were probated, only ficer at the junction, and his many visiting her son, Mr. Reid Lear and Notice To Claimants. a few orders, and those of very litare confident that All persons having claims against friends good" in Lancaster? he will Mrs. Lear. tle importance were entered, and "make what settlements were to have been the estate of R. L. Dishon are hereby City Will Furnish Wagons. made were continued. It was easy notified to file the same properly Nothing So Good for a Cough or Cold The city of Stanford will furnish .sailing for Judge Bailey and County proven as required by law with the When you have a cold you want the rubbish undersigned administrator on or be- the best medicine obtainable so' as to' wagons to haul off of Thursday from Clerk Cooper. and the cleaning days fore May 1, 1915. W. C. LONG, Adm. get rid of it with the least possible de- Friday next. Just pile up the trash in Ky. Route 1, Box 61. 30-- 3 lay. There are many who 'consider A prudent mother is always on the Stanford, a convenent place and, the city will do watch for symptoms of worms in her Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy unsur- the rest. A. B. Florence, Mayor. 30-- 1 Trouble Cured. Stomach children. Paleness, lack of interest in passed. Mrs. J. Boroff, Elida, Ohio, play, and peevishness is the signal for Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa., says, '"Ever since mp. daughter Ruth -A Cure for Sour Stomach. WHITE'S CREAM VERMD7UGE. A writes, "For some time I suffered was cured of a severe cold and cough Mrs. "Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle few doses of this excellent remedy from stomach trouble. I would have by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two Creek, been writes: "I puts an end to the worms and the sour stomach and feel bloated after years ago, I have felt kindly disposed troubledMich., indigestion, have stomsour with child soon acts naturally. Price 25c eating. Nothing benefitted me until I toward the manufacturers of that ach and bad breath. Aftertakingvvo per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug got Chamberlain's Tablets. After tak- preparation. I know of nothing so hnttlAa af TkaMhorltftflHHHliyit" T Store, Stanford, Sc Lyne Bros., Crab ing two bottles of .them I was cured." quick to relieve a cough er cure a- am well. These tablet ' Orcahrd. For sale by all dealers. l cold." For sale rby all dealers. nene better." For sal J CmmmmMHST' Tr4 sub-distri- ct -- n. g. y, eGr-man- takeir-to'Frankfort. Ea-so- n, -- a - - HiPd' 3-- 4, Mc-Robe- rts Coo-ver- high-hande- - n. so-call- ed e. -- - ... -- i State Road Fund Apportioned Out To Deliver Baccalaureate Address to Among the Counties Members of Graduating Class. Lincoln county gets the sum of A treat is store $9,075 from the State Road fund to neonle who soin erentlv for Stanford pninvpH tVi supplement what the county will ap- sermons preached by Dr. H. L. Win- propriate this year for reconstruction Durn, the Walnut Street work on the roads. A dispatch from Baptistpastor ot of at the Frankfort Sunday said of the matter: Baptist church, hereLouisville,the prochurch during Thirteen counties will draw the full amount allowed by law out of the tracted meeting which was held here State road fund this year $13,164, ac- in March. The graduating class of the cording to estimate just completed ten Stanford High School, has writDr. Winburn inviting him to Ter-rey- y. by Commissioner of Roads R. C. preach the baccalaureate sermon It is based upon the 1914 assesscommencement exercises here ments and levy, excepting in a few duringmonths So far instances where failure of the coun- next received from Dr.no reply has been Winburn to ties to report made it necessary to the invitation, but it is hoped on all use the 1912 returns. that he The counties which will draw the sidesaddress. will accept and deliver full 2 per cent, are: Bourbon, Camp- theDr. Winburn is a scholar of the bell, Christian, Clark, Daviess, Fay- highest order, and the announcement ette, Graves, Jefferson, Kenton, Mason, McCracken, Nelson and Shelby. that he will deliver the Baccalaureate The amount it is estimated each address will undoubtedly pack which county will receive from the State ever church the services are held. road fund is based on the ratio the Cleaning Up For the Season. road levy of that particular county bears to the total levy for road purMine Host J. B. Willis, of Crab Orposes of all the counties, $2,071,571. chard Springs, is cleaning up the The estimated road fund is $658,220. premises preparatory to the biggest After apportioning t?ie money on this and best season that n and basis, a balance of over $100,000 was popular resort has ever enjoyed. The redistributed within the limits of the grounds are being put in order, the 2 per cent., which is the maximum paint brush is being lavishly used and any county is allowed to draw, and the sound of the saw and hammer is also not exceeding the total amount heard on the several buildings. "We appropriated for State aid work, in- are looking for a great season, and cluding private subscriptions. In no are making preparations accordingly. case was a county alloted more than Already letters from people in many it asked for State aid, as some por- States are coming in asking that tions of the county levies naturally rooms be saved for them," said the will be used for other work than that genial host. There are a number of undertaken according to the law gov- patients at the Springs now and since erning State aid projects. the narcotic law went into effect the The amounts it is" estimated each number is being gradually increased. county in this part of the. state will draw from the State road fund folPilot Baptist Church Dedication. lows : The Adair, $3,249; Anderson, $7,885; a half Pilot Baptist church, two and miles west of Eubank, Bell, $8,671; Bourbon, $13,164; three miles west of Waynesburg, and will Boyle, $10,265; Casey, $4,330; Clark, their new house $13,164; Clinton, $2,656; Garrard, dedicatefifth Sunday in of worship on the 1915. $8,346; Jessamine, $9,378; Knox, Rev. W. D. Powell, D. D.,May Louisof 0; $4,078; Knott, $1,000; Laurel, ville, will preach the sermon at 11 Lawrence, $4,434; Lincoln Madison, $12,461; Magoffin, o'clock. Dr. Powell is one of the abpulpit speakers of the $2,000; Marion $6,616; McCreary, lest probably dedicated moreState and has churches $2,727; Mercer, $9,189; Monroe than any other preacher in the state. Montgomery, $6,000; Powell, more for the $2,333; Pulaski, $8,044; Rockcastle, He has done cause of State advancement of the $3,533; Shelby, $13,164; Spencer, than any other Secretary the Missions Baptists $2,967; Taylor, $2,000; Washington, of Kentucky have ever had and those $2,491; Wayne, $3,570; Whitley, who fail to hear him will miss a great opportunity. All Day services and dinner on the grounds. Everybody corMATINEE WEDNESDAY V dially invited. rThe play the seniors presented Friday evening will be repeated at a Bought The Carter Distillery. ma'tinee performance Wednesday afH. H. Logan, of the East End, has ternoon at the High School, April 14 bought of James Carter, Jr.. the old at 3:30. Admission 25 cents, students J. H. Carter distillery, on top of Hall's 15 cents. uap, and TheSenior Play will be repeated will begin about the first of May he Logan for tha purpose of furnishing the told an I. making whisky. Mr.that he J. representative schoolgauditorium. Come and help. would make whisky just as it Aprilfl4 senior Play repeated at made 100 years ago pure. His was will 3:30 afclthe High School building. be the only distillery in operation in Aprilfie Junior Contest at 8:15 the county. P. M. afcHigh School building. The frti'n'ior Contest Friday even- Hopes To Get Bankers' Convention. ing, April 16, will be most interestCashier H. G. Skiles, of the Crab ing. Some splendid work may be expected both in music and expression. Orchard Banking Co., is makng an ef Everyone cordiafty invited. Admis- fort to get the next meeting of the Eighth District Bankers for his town. sion free. The meeting will be held in June and Cashier Skiles has gotten the pledges HUSTONVILLE. of quite a number of the members of The Rook Club composed chiefly of Eigtht District League to vote for the younger married ladies of the Crab Orchard as the meeting place. town, was very delightfully entertain ed at the home oi Mrs. John J. Allen Failed to Locate Him. on last Wednesday afternoon. After Hearing that Nathan Pipes, who is a number of games had been played delicious ices and cakes were served. wanted for giving checks when he had Mrs. Will Riffe was the winner of no money in bank, was seen around his home, in the West End, Sheriff J. highest score. Mrs. J. B. Eads, of Lexington, is Lr. Weatherford and deputies went to guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Eads of the home a few days aco and made a thorough search, but failed to lo Hustonville. cate him. Pipes mysteriously disap AlMrs. James Yowell, Miss Luck corn and Mrs. Will Riffe motored to peared some year or more ago. Danville Saturday. -- Stole His Watch. Dodd Skinner, of Georgetown College, was at home over Sunday with Some scamp entered the home of J. friends. C. Hays at Crab Orchard in broad-da- y Mrs. S. T. Carpenter has returned light and took from the mantle home from a visit of several weeks piece a silver watch belonging to that in Lexington and Nicholasville with clever gentleman. The time piece had relatives. on it a Masonic emblem with lodge Miss Eddie T. Carpenter returned number 636. to Lexington last week. Her mother returned with her for a wo weeks' NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. visit. k Remember the service at John Stepp and James Irvin Allen the Presbyteran church on Wednescounty, day evening, April 14 at 7:30. Acts of Carpenter Creek, Oasey bought S. T. Carpenter's farm on 6 chapter. the head of the waters of Carpenters' Rev. Cary Blain, pastor of the Creek. Presbyterian church, left Monday for Hustonville, Lincoln county to attend General News Notes. a meeting of Transylvania Presbytery. Pinneville Sun. The board of trustees of Central The Bible School Workers' Conferwill hold a meeting in University Louisville Thursday to elect a succes-sor-t- o ence of the Christian church will meet in the lecture room of the church President F. W. Hinitt. Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. We Launey Kelley, who killed Walden are particularly anxious that all the Kanatzer with an ax in Madison teachers, officers and committees in county was held without bond at his charge of the several departments examining trial. shall be present. Business of imporCapt. Jean Herail, of the French tance to be considered. R. M. Black-erby- , army, who killed his wife because she Supt., D. M. Walker, minister. followed him to the front and refused Beginning next Thursday and con l. to leave, was acquitted by a tinuing all day Friday the Sunday bchool institute for the western part Charles M. Hall, of Buffalo, inven- of the Danville district will be held in tor of the aluminum system, has giv- the Methodist church at Hubble. Rev. en to Berea College $100,000. C. D. Bulla, Superintendent of the Revenue officers, including John M. Wesley Bible Class department of the Elliott, deputy U. S. marshal, made a M. E. church, South is on the program raid on the premises of Amos Durbin for several addresses. Important near Irvine and found a still. They themes will be discussed "by other able destroyed two still worms and other workers and the occasion will be one equipment; also 120 gallons of beer. of great importance to Sunday school Boston is to have a hotel for the workers. "down and out" where food and shelCamp Dick Robinson Sold. ter may be had for five cents. C. M. Dean, of lower Garrard, Joe Chilton was held without bond for the killing of Dollins Hawkins and bought of Jack Trumbo the house and Elmer Stanforth in Anderson county. seven acres of land for $6,300 known The J. B. Greenhut Company, a as Camp Dick Robinson. In antebelNew York corporation, with $12,000,-00- 0 lum days this place was known as securities, operating Hoskins Cross Roads, but Mr. Wm. two repartment stores in New York, Hoskins, Sr., sold it to his went into a receivership through Mr. Dick Robinson, and a camp was established thence its name. It was friendly proceedings. Demo- the seat of many stirring scenes durChairman McCombs of the cratic National Committee, stated ing the war. Gen. Nelson often rethought it that the Chicago election result was marked that he in the world the most and redue solely to local conditions, and beautiful spot quested to be buried there. His wishes would not influence the presidential were carried out by his family but the race. American manufacturers who can body was afterwards disinterred and prove that their purchases in Ger- buried in the National cemetery at many were made prior to March 1, Camp Nelson. Lancaster Record. will be able to obtain the goods by Farmers and others who live at a special permission of Great Britian. Carranza informed the State De- distance from a drug store shoulld partment that he could not agree to keep in the house a bottle of BALthe proposed neutralization of Mexi LARD'S SNOW'LINIMENT. It may co" City and the railroad from Vera be needed at any time for cuts, wounds, sores, sprains or rheumaCruz to the capital. tism. It is powerful healing and peneThroughout the West and middle trating remedy. Price 25c, 50c and West 1.600 instructors have organ-'e- d $tk00 per. bottle. Sold by Shugars' the International Teachers DrVg Store, Stanford. Ky., & Lyne Crab Orchard. Union. well-know$3,-71$9,-07- 5; $4,-17- 6; $7,-14- 1. mid-weecourt-martiaout-standing Next to foot and mouth quarantine itics. Very few of the "big" candidates were on hand, but many had their workers busy and considerable interest was manifested in state races as well as the contests for district and county offices which have held the boards almost exclusively for some time. Several of the candidates for the democratic nomination for governor had representatives on hand, who boosted the cause of their favorites during the (fay. Auditor Henry M. Bosworth had two capable representatives here. J. D. Clark, of Lexington, came early, distributing Bosworth for Governor cards, and Joe T. Embry, who holds the chief clerkship under Bosworth in the auditor's office at Frankfort, did some loyal "pulling" for his "boss" during the day. Commissioner of Agriculture John W. Newman was represented here by Mr. Bunton, one of the farmers' institute organizers, who came loaded with Newman's speeches and pictures, and put them out lavishly. Former Senator R. L. Hubble, W. P. Logan and others put in some good licks for Stanley, wnile Shelton Sau-fle- y and others saw that the candidacy of McChesney was not overlooked during the day. State Senator Charles Montgomery, who was here from Liberty, says that he expects that Casey county will be found strongly in the McChesney column when the primary is held in August. Neither Judge Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer, nor Hon. C. C. Fox, candidates for the Circuit Judgeship nomination, were on hand, and they both missed royal opportunity to shake hands with a host of voters. Both were busy in court at Danville. Friends of both were very busy during the day. News came from Lancaster that Mr. Fox has tendered the appointment of Master Commissioner in Garrard, in the event he wins, to Mr. James Denny, one of the most influ ential democrats and prominent farmers of that county. Mr. Denny was in Stanford Monday, boosting for .lr. iox as was Ad Lanier, of Danville, who has been tendered a similar post in Eoyle. Judge Hardin's Mas ter Commissioner in Garrard, Mr. W. H. Brown, put in a good day for his chief here, also. Of the three candidates for Com monwealth's Attorney, Judge John bam Owsley, of Stanford, was the only one on hand, both of his oppo nents being absent. Mr. W. G. Gooch,, who is unopposed so vf ar-- for ropie- sentative from Lincoln county, spent the day shaking hands with the crowd. Former Representative M. F. North, of Hustonville, who was here Monday, said that he had been urged by many to get into the race for rep resentative but had not yet made up his mind what he would do, but will do so shortly. C. Newland and Both Marshall Jesse D. Wearen, candidates for Cir cuit Clerk, were busy as beavers all day, shaking hands and hunting votes. In fact, the big crowd, was fine pickings" for candidates and their friends, and from now on to the 7th day of August, politics will continually warm up. County Attorney R. w. Keenon, of Mercer, and Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. Puryear, of Boyle, the oth er two candidates for Prosecutor, had both planned to be here, but were detained by cases in court. The Death of Eph Pennington. The death of Eph Pennington, brief mention of which was made in the Friday's paper, brought sadness to the hearts of many Lincoln county friends and relatives. The death occurred last week in his adopted home Phoenix, Arisona, and was the result of an automobile accident some years ago. He is survived by a wife and two children. Mr. Pennington, who was a brother of our townsman, Dr. T. W. Pennngton, was a son of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Pennington, and was reared in this city. He was a clever man and had the faculty of making friends of all with whom he came in contact, and a truer friend than he was never lived. Deceased was 48 years old and was a member of the Presbyterian church since his early childhood. The burial occurred at Phoenix, where his family will remain, Mrs. Pennington having lived in that city prior to her marriage. kind-hearted, Bootleggers Get Six Months. Smith, Ballard Walker, Lizzie Beaz-le- y and Mary Brent, each got six months in jail and a fine of $10p. This virtually means seven months in jail, as each will have to lay in jail Forrest Hansford, Green Hansford Hardin Hill, Tom Helm, Arthur for thirty days before taking the insolvent debtor's oath concerning the $100 fine. These are the bootleggers who were captured in Stanford by Deputy Collector Rowan Saufley and Deputy U. S. Marshal Winfrey. It is understood that the trial of Charley Reid, and the bunch who were captured around Junction City wll be held at Richmond next month. Notice This, Teachers. Teachers in Rural schools attending the K. E. A. in Louisville April 21, 22, 23, will be paid one dollar per month extra on salary. Trustees are urged to attend this meeting. plus 25c. G. SingleFare one-hal- f, 30-- 2 ton., Supt. son-in-la- w, Death of Little Child. Sterling, seven months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long, who live on the farm of John B. Foster, died Sunday morning, and was buried in Buffalo Cemetery Monday after services by Rev. D. M. Walker. Rheumatic Pains Relieved. Why suffer from rheumatism when relief may be had at so small a cost? Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., wrties, "I have been subject to attacks of. rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's Liniment always relieves me immediately, and I take pleasure in recommending it to others." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For sale by all dealers. v i. & yj.'3 V 4 I y ' - r S I r J X The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, April 3, 19 1 1 5 The Interior Journal SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS TELL HOW THEY WON Sick people want to be well in a hurry. A great many, perhaps most all, illnesses have their beginning in derangements of the stomach and diges tive tract. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy starts in at the first dose to put stomach sufferers on the way to health. The first dose proves it. It is taken with success everywhere. Here are the words of two Tennessee people who have taken it: 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. WALTON & SAUFLEY Editors and Managers. $1 A TEAS STBICTLY IN ADVANCE at Stanford a Men's Clothes What About That New Suit? gntertd iicond clot at the portoffio mail matttr. Lincoln County National Bank $100,000 $100,100 Resources over $500,000 Capital Surplus Corner Next to Court House : Kentucky Stanford MISS CORA FISHER, 805 Saxon avenue, Memphis "Have taken your medicine and it worked like a charm has removed quite a number of gall stones. It does just as you said it would." MRS. W J. WARD, Sparta, Tenn. "I can honestly recommend your remedy to all sufferers from constipation Indigestion and stomach troubles. seems a thing of. the past with me." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives MARSHALL C. NEWLAND results for stomach, liver and For Representative in Legislature intestinal ailments. Eat as much and W. G. GOOCH. whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in the The following political "dope" is stomach and around theneart. uetone : : taken from the Geiger, Ala., Times, bottle of your druggist now and try it whose editor is an old friend of the on an absolute guarantee if not satissenior editor of the Interior Jour- factory money will be returned. nal. The editor, Dr. John W. Stagg, has the distinction of living election that is now being held. If in one State and conducting a paper such a law prevailed in Kentucky he in another. He is pastor of the Pres- could have sent his ballot by mail for byterian church at Orlando, Fla., is two cents. But we are not here to an able divine, an expert golf player, say that the Iowa law.is a good one. a polished gentleman and the best It may add another opportunity to story teller in the State of Florida. complicate election matters and thus and sure foal getter. As an individ- Some splendid thoughts are advanc- thwart the will of the majority. ual and a breeder, he is in a class by ed in the article and strikes us his per-mane- nt POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Commissioner WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. J. E, NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEAREN. It's Time To Decide get out of that winter-weiginto a ready-mador tailor-mad- e, as you prefer. There is no trouble about FITTING YOU. Our stock runs in all sizes up to a man's 50, at any price $7.50 to $25.00. All our suits $10.00 and over are ALL WOOL in blue serges, greys, browns and the new style small plaids. If you are 'out of proportion and HARD TO FIT, or prefer the made-to-wesuit, then we have 500 samples of every conceivable goods, made to your measure and guaranteed to fit and please you or no sale. Our tailor-mad- e suits are at $15.00 to $35.00 Come in and see what we have. You must ht e, ar bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI H 'bbbbbbbb bbbbIbbbbbbbbbV I'rff I m h JiV all-wo- ol j himself. He has made two seasons in this county, at Crab Orchard and all of his colts are high class. Sir Ray is by Honest Tom 40701, and is bred right all through. B. W. GAINES, R. F. D. 1, Stanford 1 BOSSEAU will stand my fine registered Percheron Bosseau at my farm on the Stanford and Hustonville pike, one mile east of Hustonville for the season of 1915 at 10 "to insure a live colt. Bosseau is a fine big boned animal, weighs 2,060 pounds and is just SIR RAY, No. 11852 the This great Imp. Percheron stallion Imulekind to breed to, to get your big mares. R. L. BERRY., Huston-Ivillwill make the present season of 1915 30-lKy. V at my farm, 3 miles from Stanford, i Ky., on the Crab Orchard pike, at $15 Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. to insure a living colt. If mare is I can save you money, can fill your sold or parted with after being bred -' the season is then due. The utmost barrel, or sell you a No. 1, care and attention will be given to date steel barrel with faucet, 50 galthe breeding of mares, but will not lon capacity, at a low figure, and fill be responsible for accidents should same with the best oil at low prices, saving you from $1 to $2. any occur. If vou cannot make arrangements Sir Ray is a beautiful chestnut high, through your merchant, call or phone hands horse, 7 years old, 16 weighing 1,650 pounds; great style Standard Oil Aeent, J. W. SWEEN- 30 and action. He is a great breeder EY, Lancaster, Ky. Phone 152. e, m. up-to- J J B. W. LEIGH. HUSTONVILLE, KY. .Ma- Full Stock of Groceries, Crown Gasoline, chine Oils, Etc. Get my Prices. They will surprise you. Highest Market Price Paid For Country Produce Of All Kinds. Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each "" Week; Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. diagnosis of the political situation concerning Wilson's successor is just about right: "One newspaper has made the observation that there are only three possible candidates in. the country so far as the Democrats and Republicans are concerned. These are President Wilson, Elihu Root and Taft. "Mr. Root will be past seventy-fou- r by the time the next president is inaugurated. This in itself practically eliminates him. Though one of the brainiest men in America it cannot be questioned that the burdens of a campaign, such as will be necessary for Republican victory, would be too taxing on a mart of seventy-fiv- e years. "It cannot be gainsaid that Mr. Taft is a far bigger man in the estimate of his countrymen today than he was while he was president. No ex- president has rendered such fine service to his country in helping to emphasize the fundamentals of government, nor has any exercised so whole- some an influence on the youth of the Republic in creating reverence for tne powers tnat De. it is our Deiiei that Mr. Taft is the strongest man the Republicans can put forward. "In Mr. Wilson the Democrats have a very tower of strength. Should the country be kept free from all war entanglements, the people of the United States will find such a condi tion two years hence as would make impossible Mr. Wilson's defeat. "Unfortunately for the peace of mind of everybody, the Washington Star comes along and hints at a campaign with Mr. Roosevelt and Richard P. Hobson bringing the bull mooscrs and the prohibitionists together. Of course there could be no hope for such a combine, but the very thought of its possibility is enough to give the country jim jams, even though the ticket would be half or, at least, nominally prohibition. We are not hankering after going to Europe just now, but the horrors of the war of that country do not terrify us much more than having Mr. Roosevelt in one part of the cpuntry speaking and Mr. Hobson in another. Of course Mr. Roosevelt would have the advantage in the matter of making speeches. He is a wonderfully versatile man and speaks well on most any subject. Mr. Hobson has only three speeches and they have been delivered over the entire United States and several times in Congress. Think of having to hear them through a protracted campaign Lord, Lord, deliver us." Donn M. Roberts, the "dressy" mayor of Terre HaUte, Ind., whom No children under 15 years will be admitted to the Lexington running races which begin April 22. The reasons are manifold and the move is a good one, but the precocious youngster will never cease to wonder why dad can go to such things and he must be kept away. McRoberts & Bailey Stanford, Kentucky Want Let The People Have Their Say. Here's What You temperThe News wants to see this ance question threshed out at the The People's Market Place Advertise What You Have to Sell August primary. It will have to be done sooner or later, so let the war begin at once. The masses are deFRESH Fish at Farris' Friday. It manding it and the man who sets up whisky forces as the champion for the will find out at the ballot box that Wedding Presents at Mueller's Kentucky wants to be a dry state, Jewelry Store, Stanford. and will be. Nicholasville News. Woman's Club Program The Woman's Club will hold its regular meeting, Thursday, April 14, at 2:30 in the Club rooms. The subject for study is: "American Women Writers." The program is as follows: Ten Best American Women Writers. Miss Belle Denny. Short Biographical Sketch of Noted Kentucky Writers. Mirs. T. W. Jones and Miss Ella May Saunders. Leader. Miss Belle Denny. Railroads Kill 219 Persons. A total of StS persons were killed on the railroads of Kentucky from December 1, 1913 to December 31, 1914, according to the annual report of the Railroad Commission just published. A comprehensive table is givshowing that of the total num- en ber, 144 were trespassers, 55 employes, one passenger and one postal clerk. Thirteen of the employes were trainyard trainmen and twenty-on- e men on the road. Eighteen person were killed at crossings and 1,028 employes injured. line of Milans, Leghorns and Panamas just received. 30-- 1 Mrs. J. C. Lynn. UP-TO-DA- GREATEST AID TO BEAUTY. is the glistening whiteness of well kept teeth The Rexall Antiseptic Tooth Powder will remove the tartar from your teeth and make them white and antiseptically clean. The use of this daintily perfumed powder will eliminate disease breeding germs. Strengthen the gums and make the mouth and breath sweet and clean. Your money back if not satisfactory. 25c a can FOR SALE CHEAP. touring car in good shape, 1910 model. If interested write to Lock Box No. 576, Stanford, Ky. Five-passeng- Sold Only By Us er Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. THE REXALL STORE FOR SALE Forty yearling steers, good, young ones, and 10 young cows with their second calves. A fine lot of them. Josh Jones, Stanford. 30-t- f. LOST Rain coat, gray in color and man's size. Reward if returned to my office. Marshall C. Newland. 30tf. courthouse, Stanford. MONEY to loan on farm lands in sums of $2,000 and up. Low rate in- Wall Paper-Hous- e Paint terest. Easy payments. Bromley. Bromley & 27-- 4 Just what you want for Spring and at the Lowest Prices. See our stock before you buy. IT cost no more; it pays better, to insure with the old "CONTINENTAL." D. A. Thomas, agent, office 25-4- F in State Bank. E. B. Campbell, Stanford. K't-;"'.-- .. v?Vr''ay .y0 ! Federal Judge Anderson dubbed as the "arch conspirator" in the election frauds that were perpetrated last November, was given six years in the Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, prison and ordered to pay a fine of $2,000. One hundred and fifteen others were given penalties on the charge of conspiracy to corrupt the election. This should and doubtless will have a salutary effect in the Hoosier State and will at least make men think before they tamper with the sacred ballot. Indiana has been going down hill morally and to a certain extent politically since the governor of that great State took Finley and Taylor under his protecting wing and held them close to his heart. It was a dangerous precedent and the penalty is now being paid. Disregard for the law by its chief executive has proven an expensive piece of business for the morals and politics of the State just North of us. The General Assembly of Iowa has passed the Klinker bill, which provides that absent voters may send their ballots to their home precincts by mail. Strikes us this is a dangerous precedent but we shall wait with patience the result of the new law in the coming election. One thing is certain the new arrangement of things will save a great deal of time and travel. For instance, the London Echo tells of Nat B. SewelFs coming from California to his home county of Laurel to vote for bonds in the with the most reyour Swamp-Romarkable 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 trySwamp-Roo- t, which I did. and I am glad to state that the first dose gave me great relief. After taking the third dose I was helped into bed and slept half of the night. I took several bottles of Swamp-Roand I feel that I owe my life to this wonderful remedy. The two family doctors said that I could not live three months. I would have to be helped in and out of the bed ten to twenty times every night. After takfor two ing Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rodays I was entirely free from getting up and could sleep soundly. MRS. D. E. HILEMAN, Tunnelton, W. V. Personally appeared before me, this 11th of September, 1909, Mrs. D. E. Hileman, who subscribed the above statement and made oath thai th same is true in substance and in fact. JOSEPH KILLER Notary Public. ot ot ot SINGLE COMB Brown Leghorn Who Can Doubt Sworn Testieggs from healthy, farm range, win-- 1 one mony of Honest Citizens? ter layers. Jbnteen lor bU cents, Far-r- a, hundred for $3.00 cash. Erie C. Lancaster, Ky. Box 272. 18-- 8 Some time ago I began the use of DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office in Lincoln County National Bank Building Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-eturinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, o, d. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, i surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully tested, glasses scientifically prescib-e16-3- m The Royal Jack. Excelsior, the Royal Jack, will make the season of 1915 at $8.00. His colts as weanlings sell from $65 to $125; at two years of age, for $200; lien retained on colt for service fee. Season due when mare is Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. !i transferred. 24-- 8 I James G. Carpenter, Jr. NOTICE. W. O. Walker has been appointed local representative of the Kentucky Rural Credit Association, by H. E. Newby, and will look after the inter- Go To Farris' For Your in Lincoln ests of the association county. 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L Beazley & Co., bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbtIbbbbbbbbbbbW I? Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with fcaPlt&xJ SbbZXLbbbbbT 3bbbbbbbbbwt9 n j ' BRIGHAM YOyNG, AT He ic of-grosjfe SB y.. C. RUPLEY, tke Petite! yk Upi ts. a2bS II TO INSURE. 'old. Hubble (stock and isl. See tarn oeiore UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER ..; " T i." i. ri !3( - j SAUN4 SMITH, Af eits f UNDERTAKER t AND EMALMEI KENTUCKY. ,43 K. Stanford, Kentucky -- Fumtort Mattlnf, Ruts. Fun turf Exchi; fir all KM. PHONE 41 air-s-.' V MfESLat1 ' JIIMMW-V TMTtRD, ,1 M STANFtJW. KY. A -- i ra VI! 1 a V?&r . wt i- a, Zfl? - r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, April 13, 191,5 The World Film Corporation Presents "PROTEA," In Five Reels At The Opera House THURSDAY NIGHT, APRIL 15th, 1915. SfofV sentence The Eel. His release is ordered and the pair start on their task. From this point the spectator is carried through a succession of thrills and surprises, changes of costumes, rapid and startling, and feats of skill and daring that keep him gasping with expectancy. Unique, Daring, Sensational, Thrilling. rwo Nations are about to enter into a treaty and the third Nation is anxious to learn the terms thereof. To secure the desired information the charm-111- c jng adventUress, Protea, is engaged. She undertakes the task, provided she can have the assistance of a certain man, who is at the time, serving a prison Admission Ten And Fifteen Cents Two Shows. When Motoring to Heard About Town D. K. Farris, of Crab Orchard, who has been ill for some time, is able to be out again. ....DANVILLE.... Stop At The IfflllllllliJillliHE'' A Car of Lehigh at our warehouse. HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? If not, do you expect to go through life without one? Improve your financial condition. Make money save it. Shop Perfect. And Refresh Yourself in our Soda Parlor. i after a month's illness with grip and other troubles. " p Dr. A. S. Price is back in his office SHOP(Incorporated) PERFECT DANVILLE, - P. M. Condor and family, who have been living in Powell county, are back at Crab Orchard to spend the rest ot their natural lives. IksBBBgSsHigTCslBi KY. iJ Deposit it in the Chief of Police B. D. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong Cooper, of Harrodsburg, were guests of Mr. JLfr. James E. Alexander, of North and Mrs. J. B. Huffman Monday. Harpncett, Me., writes: "Many strains where it will earn you interest and in my back and bips brought on rheuMrs. James Baughman, of "Hillmatism in the sciatic nerve.. I had it so secure you a living when you are old top," came up Saturday to see relabad one night when sitting in my chair, tives and friends. that I had to jump on my feet to get and too infirm to work. : : : : : relief. I at once applied your Liniment Mrs. Andy Dillion and baby, of to the affected part and in less then ten Crab Orchard, were the guests of her minutes it was perfectly easy. I think sister, Mrs. Ed. Wilkinson last week. it is the best of all Liniments I have ever used." Mr. and Mrs. Miller McCormack motored to Lexngton Wednesday and were the guests of relatives and friends. Miss Ida Judd spent the week end in Crab Orchard with friends and relatives. Mrs. J. H. Mershon, of Lebanaon Junction, is here with relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Messer are reDo Not Gripe joicing over the arrival of a little friends. M. will Mrs. We have a pleasant laxative that daughter. The little miss has been fined to F. Lawrence has been conher bed for some time with At all dealers. 25c do just what you want it to do. Sue Marguerite. named the grip. Send four cents in stamps for a Logan McCall and Mrs. McCall Mrs. P. E. Kemp, of Louisville, is TRIAL BOTTLE went up to Maretsburg Sunday to the guest of her brother, Dr. T. W. TVe sell thousands of them and we take dinner with his parents, Mr. and Pennington and family. have never seen a better remedy for the Mrs. J. J. McCall. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Inc. Misses Maggie and Nellie Allen, of bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Dept. B. Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon has return- Hustonville, were week-en- d guests of Penny's Drug Store. ed home from Lancaster, where she Miss Elizabeth Stagg. Miss Mildred Beazley, of Lancaster, has been theguest of Mrs. W. T. West. was the guest Saturday and Sunday Personal and Social To have a fine healthy complexMrs. Susie E. Adams and Mrs. Sal-li- e of her aunt, Mrs. Will Hays. Mrs. Lacey Brown, of Brodhead, ion the liver must be active, the Aldridge, of Maywood were the Social Calendar. bowels regular and the blood pure. Yea-ke- y who has been the guest of Mrs. W. B. end guests All this is brought about by using April 14 The Woman's Club will weekat Hubble. of Mrs. Maggie O'Bannon returned home Saturday. HERBINE. It thoroughly scours the meet at 2:30 o'clock in the club Mrs. R. Mr. Samuel McKinney and Misses apolis, is L. McKechnie, of Indian- liver, stomach and bowels, puts the rooms. with her parents, Mr. and April 15 The Dixie Rook Club Sadie Baughamn, Ella Rigney and Mrs. J. A. Hammonds, in the West body in the condition and restores that clear, pink and white complexwill meet with Mrs. T. J. Hill at two Annie Floyd, of Hustonville, attend- End. ed the Senior Play here Friday night. o'clock. Mrs. W. J. Romans and Mrs. Carrie ion so much desired by ladies. Price Miss Elizabeth Richards and Mr. Davidson, of Lancaster, returned 50c. Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, April 15. The Current Events Club will meet with Mrs. Wm. Sever- Rufus Richards, of Lexington, are home today after a visit to their sis- Stanford, Ky., & Lyne Bros., Crab visiting their sister, Mrs. Miller Orchard. ance from 3 to 5 o'clock. ter, Mrs. W. A. Carson. Mrs. Mary C. Hunter, who has Calvin Carpenter, of Lincoln coun- been with Mrs. R. L. Davison for Miss Ina Reed is visting Miss Gus-tav- a OTTENHEIM. ty, has been the guest of Somerset several months, returned to Crab OrBrummett. On Easter Sunday the St. Sylvester Miss Gustava Brummett was in friends, for a part of the week. Som- - chard this morning to spend the sumCatholic church could not hold the mer. Lancaster Sunday. lerset Herald. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Martin have people. Services were carried out in Jesse C. Lynn and J. T. Embry, of Mr. George P. Bright, who has been at arrived from their honeymoon spent (all their splendor and according to the Frankfort, spent several days with on duty as storekeeper-guage- r the home folks here. Middlesboro, is back home to remain in Louisville, and other points and Roman Catholic rites. Of course they are being congratulated by their host are not understood by many of our Miss Nancy Hunn, who has been for a month or so. Prestestant friends, but information sick for several days, is thought to be Mrs. Peggy A. Hocker, the aged of friends. Attorney Kelly J. Francis, of Mid- and exlpanation are always willingly improvng. mother of Mr. J. S. Hocker, has been Mrs. W. M. Poynter, of Mt. Vernon ill for some time and does not im- dlesboro, spent several days here this given by Father Leo, if called upon. is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. prove as rapidly as her friends would week with his wife and daughter, who Mrs. Ida Kearns entertained on are with her father, J. S. Hocker and Easter evening, quite a number of her E. Thompson at Crab Orchard. like. family. friends at a nice little party. Those Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Huffman and present were Father Leo, Mr. and children, of Danville, were guests of Mrs. John Wentzel, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Huffman and Charles Trub, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Abt, other relatives here early in the Mr. and Mrs. Emil Henzen, Jr., Mrs. week. John Foos, Mrs. Ostermann, Mr. G. Miss Elizabeth Matheny, who is at- Henzen, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Wiet-je- s, tending the Normal School at Bowling Will and Jos Trub, Tony Oter-manStanford, Ky., Green, spent several days here last Chas Abt, Misses Mary Henzen, week returning Monday to take up Eleonora and Irene Foos, Elsa and Heating and Plumbing. Bath Room Fixtures her studies for another ten weeks' Cecelia Abt, Mary Trub and Leonora session. Wentzel. Our congenial mail carrier, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goff and sons, Mr. R. Curtis was on hand with his Specialty. Now is the time to pre- a were the eruests of relatives here last camera and made all the guests' jweek en route to their home in St. hearts glad by taking their pictures. pare for Heating your Home. Joseph, Mo., from Jacksonville, Fla. All voted that Mrs. Kearns have anMrs. Goff was Miss Mary Holtzclaw, other birthday celebration within Talk with us about it. of this county, before her marriage. three months at least, but she objectMr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney and ed to that, as this would bring the 75 daughter, Miss Martha Ward, of Lan- anniversary too soon. Mrs. Kearns a short time many handsome and valuable We have a NEW GASOLINE ENGINE TO SHOW caster were her for accompanied Sat- presents. urday. They were by Mrs. R. H. Batson and little daughter, Mr. Leopold Eyer, of Cincinnati, YOU. Call and see it. Miss Cecil. of Cincinnati, is here on special busiMiss Mary Lee Givens entertained ness at cards, on last Thursday evening at John and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wentzel. her home near Hubble. Those present were: Mr. Earl Coleman and Miss Sue Taylor Engleman, Mr. W. S. Drye and Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley, Mr. Robert WISHED SHE Woods and Miss Susan Fisher Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pence. FIRST NATIONAL BANK W. A. Tribble has been detained at his home by illness for several days. James Tribble is out after a three weeks' siege with ear trouble. Mr. A. G. Eastland, the popular insurance man, is in the city for several days. Mrs. Tom Wilder, of Danville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Mes- Nat Sewell passed up to London Wednesday. He made a 2,500 mile trip from the west to get back to Laurel to work and vote for bond issue. Mt. Vernon Signal. Gilbert Saylor, of Wasiota, who is visiting his fathex, John H. Saylor, in the East End, was a caller at this office Saturday. Ed Estes, of the feast End, after a sever spell of pneumonia and pleurisy and an operation for the latter, is able to be out, to the gratification of his many friends. James W. Guest, of Crab Orchard, is about himself again after his severe illness and his host of friends are glad to see him on the streets of his home town. Col. Just Arrived We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement If you are in the market for cement this chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement is a which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. Rheumatism Just put a few drops of Sloan's on the painful spot and the pain stops. It is really wonderful how quickly Sloan's acts. No need to rub it in laid on lightly it penetrates to the bone and brings relief at once. Kills rheumatic pain instantly. ser. C. L. Carter, of Greensboro, N. C., was here this week with his brother, LEHIGH CEMENT PORTLAND has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. 65 SLOANS LINIMENT Kills Pain Levi S. Elder was appointed rural carrier to Crab Orchard. He will succeed Milton Condor, resigned. Mr. El der has been in charge of the route for some time, by the temporary appointment of Postmaster E. O. Gooch of Crab Orchard. Shearer and J. L. Iingram,-oWayne county, attended court here yesterday. Mr. Shearer lived in this county for a while and has many friends here who gave him the glad hand. M. D. f Brack Reid, of near Millidgeville, will go to Louisvilie this week with his little daughter, to have her eyes operated upon by a specialist of that city. Their many friends hope that the little one will make a nice recovery. two-year-Lu-cil- e, 8 Sue Rout, Lucy Lee Walton, Bettie One of the most enjovable affairs Paxton, Lettie Helm and Mrs. R. M. given in Stanford recently was the Newland. Rook party given by Mrs. Wm. Severance on last Saturday afternoon, High School Play Pleases All. complimentary to her mother, Mrs. Alice Pickett, who has been her athome tractive guest for some weeks. Mrs. entOne of the most pleasing here talentertainments Mrs. Severance Entertains. J. McRoberts, Misses Mary Bruce, -- E. R. Coleman or Penny's Drug store, says that the sale of Tanlac, has been remarkable since this firm began handling the medicine here a few weeks ago and since advertisement of it began in the I. J. So far about ten dozen bottles have been sold and the demand seems to be growing all the time. ii Pickett, by her charming and love-abmanner has endeared herself to all who have known her during her visit here. The house was beautifully decorated with yellow butter cups and ferns. At the conclusion of the game a delicious salad course was served. The following were present: le Mc-Corma- Warner & Bower, th as they cunnot Newland, I. B. Foster, Hays Foster, by local application?,the car. There la reach one only diseased portion or Bruce, Es- way to cure deafne-- s. und that U by constitutionQ. Montgomery, who is now J. C Hays, Misses Eld. J. caused Deufuc-temporarily located at Bardstown, ther Burch, Bettie Paxton, Belle al remedhx. the mucous linlnz of by an inflamed the Eustachian condition of Denney, Lettie Helm, Anna D. Tube. When thU tube h inflamed yon have a came up yesterday to see his uncle, rumbling found or imperfect hearing, and tiben. Mr. George L. Carter, who is ill at It - entirely closed Deufnes is the result, and M. Carunless the "intlammation can be taken out and the home of his son, Mr. J. this tube restored to Its normal condition, bear-in- s ter. It was the first time Mr. MontMrs. Albert Severance's Rook. will 1h destroyed forever; nine case out ot gomery had visited Stanford for some ten are caused bv Catarrh, which is nothing but surfaces. of the Mrs. Albert Severance entertained an Inflamed conditionHundred mucous for any cao time and the many friends of the Dollars One vrere glad to see informally on last Wednesday after- of We will Rive splendid gentlemen Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot b him. . . noon three tables of Rook in honor cured by " Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for clreuof Mrs. Alice Pickett. Those present F. J. CnEXEY & CO., Toledo, O. W. T. King, who has lived in Gar- were: Mesdames Pickett, Wm. SevSold by DrugRlsts. "c. or more years, erance, Hays Foster, J. B. Foster, H. Tate Uall's I'amlly nils for constipation. rard for twenty-fiv- e was never in Stanford until yesterday, when he came over to court. He was most agreeably surprised in our prosperous and growing city. "I like Stanford so well I shall come over often. I did not know it was such a good place," he stated to an I. J. man. t - Mesdames W. C. Shanks, Lou Shanks, Kirby Bourne, of New Castle, Tom Rice, Clarence Tate, S. M. Saufley, W. A. Iribtle. John Baughman, Will Baughman. J. H. Baughman, J. S. Owsley, E. J. Brown, Will Shanks, Al Severance, H. J. McRoberts, J. G. Perry, Alfred Pence, G. B. Cooper, R. T. Bruce, J. B. Paxton, R. M. in a long time was the play "The Merchant of Venice," presented at the opera house last Friday night by the Senior Class of the Stanford High School under the direction of Miss Esther Burch, expression teacher at the local city schools. A large audience witnessed the performance and all who saw it are loud in their praise of the fine work done by these amateur players and the splendid coaching and training of their capable and accomplished teacher. Deafness Cannot Be Cured, - n, -- Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness and a general "no account" feeling is a sure sign of a torpid liver. HERBINE is the medicine needed. It makes the liver active, vitalizes the blood, regulates the bowels, and restores a fine feeling- of energy and cheerfulness. Price 50c. Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky., & Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. - Millinery Display In Danville. Wednesday And Thursday, April 14th and 15th, m i re-ciev- ed Spring Millinery AT THE n Dr. J. J. Pursley, the Indian remedy man, of Lancaster and Atlanta, Ga., was in Stanford for the first time this spring Monday. He says that he has had a splendid season for the sale of his goods, and that the demand is growing all the time. Dr. Pursley said he had found that his ad in the I. J. had brought him splendid returns, several parties from distant states writing him for medicine, saying they had read his ad in this paper. well-know- Miss Mary McRoberts' Tea Room. HART & CASTLE MODELS A Special Feature, Your Inspection Solicited. EMPORIUM, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Our buyers have returned from the city and Wednesday, March 17th, we will havaour 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 oh. See our Ladies' Suits at $5 and $7.50. Yours for Fair Exchange, CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. Entertained With An Elegant Dinner. A very delightful social event was the elaborate high-noo- n luncheon given by Mrs. Carroll Shanks on Friday of last week, complimentary to Mrs. Lou Shanks and Mrs. H. K. Bourne, of New Castle, whp are now her guests. The home was very attractively arranged, large "bowls of cherry Jonquils were disposed about the rooms in an artistic manner. The dining room was brilliantly lighted with numerous candles, shaded in yellow, and the Easter idea was carried out in all the decorations, the, place cards being in the form of chickens. The table was bare of cover, save the doilies and large centerpiece of cluny lace on which was an immense jardiniere of Jonquils. This color scheme of yellow and green was carried throughout in the five course lunch, which was as delicious as it was elegantly served. The Easter idea was ingeniously brought out in the last course, which was ice cream served in a dainty card board nest, emerging from which was a miniature chicken. Those who enjoyed the hospitality of this gracious hostess were: Mrs. Lou Shanks, Mrs. H. K. Bourne, Mrs. Alice Pickett, Mrs. Wm. Severance, Mrs. C. E. Tate, Mrs. T. A. Rice, Mrs. . M. Newland, Mrs. Gn. G. Perry, Miss Sallie Elkin.Mrs. J: H. Baughman and Mrs. J. . .. COULD DIE And Be Free Frea Her TroiMes, bat Finds Better Way. Columbia, Tenn. "Many a time," says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this place. "1 wished I would die and be relieved of my (suffering, from womanly troubles. I could not get up, without pulling at something to help me, and stayed inbed most of the time. , 1 could sot do my housework. The least amount of work tired me out. My head would swim, and I would tremble for an hour or more. Fiaally. I look Cardui, the woman's foaicand I am not bothered with pains' any i more, and I don't have to go to bed. In, fact, 1 am sound and weH of all my troubles." Cardui goes to all the. weak spots and help's to make them strong. Itactsfwith nature not against her. It is for the tired, nervous, irritable women, whe.fcel as if everything were wrong,', and'; need something to quiet their nenrtsH'and system. w ; strengtnen ine worn-o- ut If you are a woman, sertferinjj front any of the numerous symptoms of womanly troubk, take Cardui. , It w)& bdp, you. At aH druggists. M. Writ U: CtettMMM XMWm Oojjl 4 - its in Stanford Monday, court day. The D. T. Bohon Company, of Harrodsburg, which has one of the largest hutrerv factories in the country. sent over two handsome vehicles, which were much admired during tne day. Mr. Bohon has built up a wonderful business throueh advertising. He has recently carried two full-paadvertisements in the l. J. ine otner exhibit was made by R. M., Arnold, the hustling and progressive buggy manufacturer of Danville. Mr. Arnold is Tarely ever missing from Stanford on a court day and has a large and pleased patronage in this county. ge facturers in the State both had Two of the biggest buggy manu- exhib- MRS. CHARLES COHEN, Lexington, Ky. 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- Spray Your Fruit Trees Now is the time to spray your fruit trees, grape vines, ete. You will -- find- firm previous reports FOR RENT Two houeee on JEaet iMain streets Mr. Woedie Hal. 86-- 2 prL"?'l Air rfSTLRSmitiritXiAi 3fV t 1 :! ' ' 1 " r administered by the consulting physician of the Kline Laboratqnes, of this city, is achieveing wonderful results. Old and stubborn eases have been greatly benefitted and .many patients uum to nave seen entirely eufed. x t Pecsone suffering from epilepsy to KMneLafeora-tocf- c, should iKVftteat o BMUkch 1M Kd N. J., remedy, which ie. An a. swBHf tt" being dSBtrftawd gratuitously. -- that the treatment for epilepsy be-i-n Spray Pumps, Lime, Sulphur Solution, Etc. .' .. W. H. filGGINS, Stanford, Ky. t --AT- VK.T rs .. Vk, k f v tfWIri , f The Interior Journal, Stanford'Kentucky. Tuesday, April II 13, 1915 BLEUCHER 46158 rfc Record 2:294. Trial 2:14. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 hands, foaled 1906 Standard Registered Vol. 18. Eat what you want and not be troubled with indigestion if you will take a . a a-- You Can Enjoy Life .i 2 Draps of "GETS-Igoo-go- o T fAlcyone 632, 2:27 Dark Night 2858 J Sire of 60, dams of 65 Sire of 24, in. Search- - (Noonday, Bright- light 2:03 By St. Elmo 275 . light 2:08, Dark Great Brood Mare. Silent Brook 19769 Record 2:16, sire of Wilkes 2:09, Valpa Billy Burk, 2:03, 2:09, etc. rHarry Clay 45, 2:29 Shawbay 2 :07 , Mea- Jenny Clay J gire of 4, dams of 50. dow Brook 2:09, Great brood mare. Norwood Belle Emma Brook 2:09, By Norwood 522 Zarrine 2:07, Lady rBaron Wilkes 4758, Bellbrook2:10, etc. 2:18; sire of 12 in o Mnl-044S7 2:10, etc. D Sire of Brenda Yorke 2:04, Ferno 2:05, Q 0?V 408. Dam of Bumps 2:03 f!lavo Dam of Lala Watts," 2:07, Susie N. (3) (2) 2:27, Bleucher etc. 2:29. tr. 2:17; out 2:09, Wilkes Nutwood 8000, of a half sister, to Si 2:24; sire of Carl lent Brook 2:16. n VS? SStkflffnSisI BsSmore Half sister to Silent Brook 2:06, Reddie Jenny Clay. Clay (4) 2:25, and Clay 45. By Lilly Clay, dam of DamHarrySilent Brook of Prue 2:21. 2:16, Reddie Clay (4) 2:25, etc. Meadow sire of Billy Burk 2:03 Silent Brook 19769, 2:16 Betty Brook 2:09 4 Shawbay 2:07 Brook 2:06 Zarrine 2:07 SiE?mma Brook 2:09 Lady Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10 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 duced Reddie Clay 2:25 and was grandam of Prue 2:21 Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:05 2 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Native (Futurity winner,) (5) 2:04 Brenda Yorke (3) 2:08 Belle (2) 2:07 4 (Futurity winner,) (3) 2:06 2 (champion filly,) Manrico (3) 2:07 4 (Futurity winner,) Silver Silk (4) Susie N. (3) 2:09 4 (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 2:10, Mobel 2:08 2:10 4, Mochester 2:10 4, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 4 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting O'Neil (3) stallion,) Vito (4) 2:09 2, Martha Tipton (4) 2:09 Baron D. 2:10, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:03 2:13 half in 1:06, Bleucher 46158, record 2:29 trial mile 2:14 last quarter in 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is 1100 pounds. 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 1-- 2, 4, 1-- 4, 1-- ..Wilkes 2:04. 2, 1-- 3-- 4, 3-- 3-- 4, 1-- 4, 3-- 4, 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 1-- 2. 1-- 3-- 4, 1-- 4, 3-- 1-- three-year-o- ld 1-- 1-- 2, 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 4, 3-- 4. 1-- 4, 4, 1-- 3-- 4, 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 thatVill supply the demand. His colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck and plenty of bone and fonformation. 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. PUBLIC SALE On the Burton and Hudson farm, known as the Bennett Cloyd farm, on the Short pike between Hustonville and McKinney, one and a half miles south of Hustonville, on At 1:30 p. m., the following Live Stock, Farming Implements, Feed, Etc., will be disposed of 28 Fine Yearling Steers, mostly black ones, 22 splendid black yearling Heifers, 6 young Milch Cows, extra good ones; 3 suckling Calves; 6 extra fine Sows, 35 Shoats, extra good ones, 235 barrels of select white corn, 2 in stacks of Timothy Kay, 300 shocks of Fodder, 1 Deering d Turning Plows, fine condition, 1 good Wheat Drill, 2 good No. 20. 1G0 bushels of Orchard Grass Seed. TERMS. All sums of $10 and under, cash; over that amount a credit of six months. Bankable note bearing 6 per cent, required of purchaser. Self-Binder left-hande- Saturday, April 24 GARVIL BURTON, Administrator of Y. W. Burton. Sale Of Livery Outfit. I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION NEXT COUNTY COURT DAY, MONDAY, APRIL 19th, 1915 My entire livery outfit at Danville. One of the best stables in the country, and a paying business, but I sell in order to devote my entire time to buying mules. Will sell horses, buggies, runabouts, harness and everything. Your chance for a bargain. It will be an absolute sale, it matters not what the stuff sells for. B. G. FOX, Danville, Ky. M$xaJ3rMs&L', Wj&&2tism'?QrfSfr llMBIKIf ;3MWkjmIH'S5 4 v -- ' 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 d stallion at the Kentucky. He sired the champion colt and 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-ol- best Wilson Alexander, of near Hedge-vill- Shugar's world's Store. Drug Mrs. E. J. Minks, who has been sold twenty-cd- d head of cattle, quite poorly of grip is some better at running in weight from 1,000 to J. C. pounds, to a Danville dealer at shoats Hays sold to T. W. Jones 16 this writing. averaging 85 pounds, at 6c. Mrs. Irene Coe of Brooklyn, N. Y., $7.15 a hundred. A. G. T. Smith sold to Joe E. who accompanied the remains of her Fish & Brandenburg, a stock buying company, near the east Garrard Wright, the jack advertised in this mother to this place last week, is line, are making large purchases of paper for $350. Be still has for sale spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. James Burkett. lambs within their territory, for late the two Percheron fillies. Mr. Ernest Bray left last WednesJohn S. Baughman, of Danville, is spring deliyery and are paying seven advertising in next Friday's paper his day for Champion, 111., where he will and a half cents a pound. W. M. Cornett, of Garrard, who crack little Shetland pony, Cock Rob- work on a farm near that place. Mrs. G. B. Pruitt is receiving her was at court yesterday told the I. J. in, one of the very handsomest of his breed ever seen anywhere. He will sprng hats and wil be glad to have her that he had finished planting corn. He is probably the first man in his coun- be on exhibition at Danville next many friends call and see her line of ty to get through with that part of Monday, Horse Show Day there, and styles. will undoubtedly attract lots of at- - i the crop. Some Liars These. E. L. Woods, a prominent upper tention. E G. Gilliland, north of Waynes-burGarrard stockman and farmer, exThe other day a group of men were sold a nice pair of coming ported a car load of hogs from that discussing the dry weather. mules that stood sixteen section to the city market the latter remarked: part of the week, the car going out hands high, to L. S. Marshall, last One man so dry up my way that all "It is week, for $387. Mr. Marshall refrom Paint Lick. the the Huguely & Baughman, of Boyle, cently moved to Lincoln from Jen- are creeks areondried up and and fish you standing their noses sold to the Fasig-Tipto- n Horse Sale kins, Ky. He bought the farm of can pull them up like radishes." format- Squire J. A. Singleton, be Company, of New York, their pacing my like "That's stallion, Donald McKay 2:07 2 by tween King's Mountain and Waynes- - i way," said nothing man. it is out another "I was walkburg some time ago and has just Gambetta Wilks, dam Lelia, for ing along the road and saw a man pull come to take possession. well and run it through a S. H. Baughman, of Stanford, and up a C. R. Martin, of Boyle, sold a pair clothes-wringto get the baby a of mules, standing 15-- 1 son, J. H. Baughman, near Sheby drink. Frankfort Journal. City, bought heavily of cattle here hands high, to M. J. Farris, Jr., of Danville, this week, for $240. Mr. Monday. Both are feeding a large The legislature has Martin sold a butcher cow to Nick number of steers. They purchased New York labor law somodified the as to permit Moreno, of the same city, for five and a total of 65 head Monday, paying an average of $40 a head. Few of the employment of alien labor on a half cents a pound, and she weighed the beeves purchased weighed over public work when American labor is vvv pounds W. B. Burton found the mule mar- - 9.00 J)0?Tnds- - ,They Ye. bought from not available. ket auiet here vesterdav. He adver- - Selby, Nunneuey, ot tnis city, U. T. of Russell countv. and other tised extensively for rhe hvbrids but traders. there were very few in town. In fact Stanford, bought there seem to be very few for sale in 25 T. W. Jones, of"here head of calves Monday from ChestMy high bred this section of the State. He only Green Gooch, of Waynesburg at $23 nut Sorrel Stallion will make the seabought one pair. These were from a head. He also bought 10 head from son of 1915 at my uarn on the old Wesley Holtzcliw and he paid $280 "Uncle Jim" Roberts, of Pulaski fair grounds at Hustonville, Ky. He for them. county at $25 a head. Mr. J. T. Rigsby, near Preachersville, soid to Wilson Alexander, of tho Jones is 16 hands high, weight 1,200 Hubbpounds. Will serve a limited number bought a dozen hogs from Wm. le- section, 48 d head of of mares at SI 5 to insure a livintr Boone last week that averaged 140 steers naif cents ajcolt; season due when mare is parted pounds at six and a half cents a pound. at neven and a ship this week Mr. Jones will ound. From Luther Garner he bought to the Cincinnati market about 100 with or on leaving the county. This stallion is by Ashland Brook and out 17 porkers averaging 80 pounds at head of hogs that he bought last week of a standard bred trotting mare. the same figure and four in small at shoats from Lige Wilson at the same from six bunches and figures running He has proven to be a great breeder, to six a half cents a having colts to show for him. His price. pound. colts are all saddle colts, with good G. Pierce, who owns a farm John style and action. Call and see a good off the Lebanon road three miles before breeding times comes. from this city, is the owner of three Jim Reed valuable cows. They are all Jersevs. One of Besides furnishing milk for his own This greatKentucky's finest stallions. I will also stand the great jack, harness family, a servant and his son's family, for public service at the low horse Jim Reed, the well known mule jack fee of by the old jack of Jim Reed's; having he is selling in this city 120 gallons of $10.00 to milk and sixtyto seventy-fiv- e pounds mile west insure a living colt. atOne sold his colts at $100 at weaning E. time. He is a fine breeder, having of butter per month. Danville Mes Allen's bai-n-. of King's Mountain senger. coils to snow ior mm neie. jiu iius u Breeding of Dalmas R. E. Gaines had on exhibition here have good large bone and his by Cecilian, he by Gambetta Chief, yesterday a yearling Shorthorn bull Wilkes.he First dam, Hatty Thompson. , hon.e and style: He Will ttnT at $10 of the Imported Young Mary stock by Ultimus, by Hamiltonian 10. His to insure a living colt. Money due if which was a wonder to many of the second dam by Lizzie Peyton, by mare is parted with or leaves the cattl'e men who saw him. The big Gill's dam by Bay county. B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, fellow weighs 1,340 pounds and is Dick, Vermont. Third Fourth dam a thoroughbred. about as near a perfect animal as by' Ball Stocking. one could imagine. Mr. Gaines is Dalmas is a great breeder and a making the season with him. Registered sure foal getter. Steve Russell, near Bowen, lost a Chestnut stallion, star and snip, Dalmas is a red bay horse, 16 hands very fine cow last week from eating high, weighs 1300 pounds and can foaled May 14, 1912. Sired by Rex too much corn. In some way she trot in 2:40. Peavine 1796, by Rex McDonald 83T, got into a crib which had a large Lien retained on colt for payment by Rex Denmark 840. First dam quantity of shelled corn and founder- of service fee. Money due when Bourboniste 9297, (full sister to ed Thursday night. The cow was due mares are bred elsewhere or parted Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief to become fresh in about two weeks, with, best of care taken to prevent 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, by and Mr. Russell had been offered $45 accidents but not responsible should Clark Chief 89 (Sims 89), Second for her by C. R. Martin, of Danville. any occur. Money due when mare is dam, the Madison Square Garden This is the second serious loss of live- sold or parted with. champion, Judy Oliver 6407, by Red stock that Mr. Russell has sustained Cloud 2197, Indian Chief 1718, Third I will also stand the great Jack in 60 days, he having lost a fine mare, dam by Wilson's King 2197, Fourth MACK for which he had paid $100 about a 15.3 hands high; six years old; plenty dam, daughter of Sim's Clark Chief month ago. of weight; great foot and bone; fine 2575. Charles Dean, of Bryantsville, sold head and ear. He was sired by Old This colt is deserving of careful a mule to W. B. Burt-to- n Alpha, he by Hubble's Old Beecher. consideration to the breeders of sad for his war consignment for $135. His dam a large premium jennet. dle mares, coming from a family of Mr. Burton purchased a Will make the season at my place at show horses, and a show horse himhybrid from Walter Davis for $150, $8 to insure a living colt. To proper- self, having defeated such colts as a draft animal from ly appreciate this horse and jack you Richard Couer De Leon, which sold John Hendren for $150, and a must see them. for $1,500 and other good ones. hybrid from Charles Thomas Will stand at $15 to insure a living E. ALLEN for $125, all these for foreign shipcolt. It would be judicious to take King's Mountain, Kentucky advantage of this low price, for the ment. g, "Buffalo" Bill Singleton, of chances are that his fee will be highhad a heifer to drop a calf er next season. a few days ago, but as no sack has - Bemember that the best horses are A. S. H. R. 3228 ever formed and she gives no milk, best bred ones. Sired by Dignity Dare 1992, he by theBe sure and take a look at him next he is at loss to know what to do. At present he has the calf sucking an- Chester Dare 10 he by Black Squirrel Monday, horse show and court day. other cow. The case is an unusual one, 58, he by King William 97; 1st dam limited Will Toxaway 4658, also registered in number make the season to aat 's to say the least. of approved mares Vol. 10, A. S. H. R.; she by Abdallah Lawson & Brown, the n stock yards, Stanford. Lancaster stock firm, exported a car Mambrino 3715, he by Almont 33; Grass at 10c per day. Feed at cost load oi nogs to tne city market the 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit Davis, dam, Mattie latter part of the past week. They by Bourbon Chief; 3rdby Foreigner, C. L. have contracted wth W. G. Gooch, of S., by Foreign Light, Kentucky Stanford, the Goshen section for half a hun by Imported Glenco 4th dam Bettie e, 1,-1- 00 g, four-year-o- ld - last weeK. New Fair Secretary at Danville. At a meeting of the directors of before and after each meal. Sold only eyes at your feet, You'll make by us 25c a box. and you'll find the Danvlle Fair early this week, after you use "GETS-IT,- " Penny's Drug Store. the places where those blonkety corns John S. Baughman was elected Secvuod to be, just as smooth as your cheek. retary of the Fair this year to succeed A. W. King, who resigned. Mr. Baughman is a hustler from start to finish and he will make the exhbit this year a certain success. The J. H. Goggin sold to Johnson, of dates for the Danville fair are July Boyle, a bunch of hogs at six and 0T T MlMrJtsA tE 21, 22 and 3. three-quartcents a pound. Edgar Doty, of Richmond, paid J. Two boys of J. L. Wells on Green R. McKinney $750 ror a half interriver caught 31 opossums one night est in a green mare. last week. W. A. Brent bought a nice Naboth filly from James MORELAND. Pettus for $100. Mrs. Wm. Burgin and son, Ralph, L. G. Davidson, a Lancaster grocer have returned from a visit of several and farmer, sold three brood sows days with relatives at Phil and Liberand pigs to Dock Weaver, of Hubble. ty. S. B. Sanders, of Hubble bought Mr. and Mrs. Watkins, of Louistwo dozen head of shoats, averaging Smile? Well. a ville, are now boarding at the Miner75 pounds from Victor Rankin at six How Wide I a 'GETS-r- r Good Deal Orer 2 Feet!" al Wells Springs Hotel, drinking the and a half cents a pound. There's no corn or callus among the well known mineral water of that N. W. Rogers, n the millions of feet In the world that "GETS-IT- " place. Mr. Abe Minks, the proprietor Paint Lick horseman, purchased a will not remove there's no escape. of this hotel is well known and will be Is the new way, the simple, glad to communicate with any one mule at Richmond "GETS-IT- " common-senssuro way. It does away court day for $165. seeking to drink mineral water for with greasy ointments, salves, Thomas C. Rankin, near Hubble, ton rings, harnesses, knives, pads, cot their health. scissors, bought a sow and six pigs for $25, a razors, files, and the limping and the Mr. and Mrs. James Hanson are resow and nine shoats from Frank painful pigeon-to- e walk of so many corn- - ceiving congratulations over the arpestered people. All you do Is put 2 drops rival Bourne of Garrard for $45. of a son at their home, who has up of "GETS-IT- " J. H. Bauehman. near Shelbv Citv. and good bye. on tho corn shrivelsworld ben named James Lee. Nothing else in the bought from Nunnelley and Selby like "GETS-IT.- " Millions are using It. Shelby City Baxter Combest, here Monday 26 head of steers aver- There's no pain, no trouble, no changing spent last Wednesday of this city with in shoes because of corns. aging 700 pounds at $48.25 a head. his grandmother, Mrs. Gresham, who "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists everyn Walter Martin, the far- where, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. continues quite ill. mer, near Turnersville, had a half a Lawrence & Co., Chicago, Walter Moser and Ernest Ford, of dozen nice calves to die of blackleg Sold in Stanford and recommended Transylvania University, came home Tg&xaJUU Dyspepsia Out Comes the Corn ! It's the World's Wonder; Never Fails. John Chrisman has sold to C. P. Cecil, of Danville, 21 lambs to be delivered from the 20th of May to the 20th of June, at ten cents per pound. h'Mren Cry for Fletcher's Tablet Farm and Stock News er three-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought, and wliicli Las fceen. in xise for over SO years, lias Dornethe signature of u and has been made under his per- ST? & sonal suDervision since its infancv-rf&fyjL scccidwi, Allow no one to deceive you in this. " are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment vzttZ -- Just-as-jro- od II well-know- four-year-o- ld o, Oil, Parea Castoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy aim natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTOR1A What is substitute for Castor is harmless , GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature ALWAYS well-know- as the corn cure by to spend Easter. The Kind You Dave Alvays Bought In Use For Over THE CENTAUR COMPANY New YORK CITV 30 Years Good Property For Sale at McKinney, Kentucky Hotel, about 50 yards from depot. 20x60 feet store room with 10 feet side rooms. Good small livery barn, will bold 14 horses. Good buggy shed, will hold six rigs. 18-Roo- m 1-- $1,-00- 0. 35-fo- ot er four-year-o- ld 2-..- 1- -- High Grade Stallion six-year-o- Good garden, two good wells, cow barn, good lots, best location in town for business, will sell this property on the following terms: h down; in one year; in two years; in three years. The party that buys the property must keep the property insured for enough to cover the balance. A lien will be retained on the propert y for the purchase money; notes One-fourtone-fourth one-four- th one-four- th bearing 6 per cent interest from date. ld We have a nice clean stock of merchandise that we will sell, Parties desiring to go into business will do well to look at this property and stock of good. If interested call or write 850-poun- MASTERS & BOWYER McKINNEY, KENTUCKY 100-pou- nd DUMAS c, n:i: ; After you have crushed all the limestone von need for your own use. make money crushing for Others. Be . M.-- ., yoor Buy It With Your Profits Onlv nmrticnl mxJ mhr .r.... P tr, size, for concrete and road work as well as nnrr entl limine. Rowland Peavine gffnii::w-iy-w-f-tTT7jMgWheeling Crush-Y- ?r Wheeling er. steel built, is will earn big profits. No need to invest a lot of the only crusher to buy. Made in seven money our iso. 2 starts you. Add capacity sizes to fit all crushing needs as needed possible only with a Wheeling. and conditions. Brains with Farming" all Mill ErEE RaaIt ''MixingnmflfQ hrrar fnichincr nntrctellsfnrri about . UUUR iimtn? .v..wv ..v.v V.Mw....b UTW, AMW.W every wtfl needs to know. Writs for it today before you forcet. iarmer locality. llhh - V', I I ,.,' v I -''g WHEELING MOLD & FOflSMT CO., I m- PIobmt Muuitmctann Jaymond Street. WHEELING, W. ef Uantww Cruller f A. .w "'" seven-year-o- ld six-year-o- ld W. P. KINCAID, District Agent, Stanford, Ky. make the season of 1915 at my stable, 4 mile from Crab Orchard, on the Singleton place at ten ($10) dollars to insure a living- colt. Description and Pedigree Don Varrick is a beautiful chestnut, 16 2 hands, with snip and white hind feet; weighs 1400 pounds and as compactly built as a pony, with plenty of bone and finish. He is a superb breeder as his colts will show for themselves. Prestolight, one of his colts went a mile last year at Lexington in 2:11 2 and another in Ohio in 2:10. No other horse ever stood at so low a price with two colts in the ten list. Don Varrick is by Onward Silver 2:05 1st dam by Wilkes Boy 2:24; 2nd dam by Bogg's Grey Eagle. Don Varrick has plenty of speed, having shown quarters in 34 2 seconds and went half mile at Danville on 2 mile track in 1:10. He has a splendid disposition which he imparts to his colts. All his colts are prompt drivers, full of vim. They need no whip. See him before breeding elsewhere. He will take your ,, eye and you will make no mistake in breeding to him. wJH 1-- seven-year-o- ld seven-year-o- ld nOM V UVJl VARiMfK" - 1-- Way-nesbur- Almont Dare 1-- 1-- 4; 1-- Nun-nelley- 1-- well-knnw- DUDDERAR 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. Mosey due with all stock when colt is foaled or mare leaves possession of owner, at time ef service. All care taken to prevemt accidents, but not responsible should any occur. R. S. SCUDDER I 4 -- McKiamejr, Keatuxky -' dred head of porkers, the animals to ! C. by Cunningham's Copperbottom. NOTE Almont Dare's colts from be delivered about the last half of June, their average weight to reach grade mares" bring as high as $300 the notch and the price at weanlings to $500 and $1000 at agreed upon, seven cents a pound. three to four yenrs; $600 was dam at offered for e These same Lancaster and $400 his his 2nd 2 years old dam when for buyers have also contracted for a horses were cheap. One full brobunch of cattle to be purchased from ther another rexsold for the same Lincoln county farmer to ported sold $3,600 and and one sisfor $1,500, go the first half of July at from $7 to ter, Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. 7.50 per hundred. His 3rd dam could rack as fast as a W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, is could run 'under whip and making extensive purchases of army good horse is a pretty bay 16 hands spurt He mules for shipment to the French and and weighs around 1200 pounds. English forces and will export a large Goes 6 distinct gaits all good and consignment to St. Louis next week fast. Pretty good 'breeding, don't to a firm that hold a contract to supso? ply an unlimited number of hybrids you think 1913 Season at my on 2 2 to the armies of the Allies. Mr. Bur miles from Hustonville,stable,Liberty ton has been on a recent trip to thej Pike at $10 to insure a live colt. mountains on tne searcn of pack mu- Money due when colt is foaled, mare les for the European War, having parted with or bred elsewhere. Grass. bought a bunch for which he paid at $z per montn ana au scock win from $75 to $100 per head, the hy- have my personal attention, but will brids being small animals. He was in not be responsible (for accidents. Richmond on last Monday, Madison Correspondence and inspection incounty court day, on the lookout for vited, ij all the good hybrids he could secure, Will .also stand my big mule and and bought a pair of good jennet jack on same (terms. at$280. S. T. POWELL, HuAteaville, Ky. 250-pound A FINE MULE JACK. I will also stand the Bun Gaines jack at the same place at $10 a season. Will stand a fine registered Shorthorn Bull at $2 to insure. Money due in all cases when animal is bred elsewhere orj W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. parted with. West End Folks Who want FRESH MEATS, BREAD, GARGROCERIES, DEN SEEDS, FRESH VEGETABLES and the LADIES who need SPRING HATS, will find all these at W. H. LAIR'S at prices lower than anywhere else. Call and see our stock before you buy and you will save moa- y wide-awak- Call and See My New Stock of BUGGIES. The Best The Markets Afford. 1-- W. H. LAIR, HUSTONVILLE, try Produce. : ICY. Cask, paid fer all kinds ef Coun- E. T. PENCE.Stanford, Ky. See the I. J. for lowest price on horse and jack cards six-year-o- lds , . S J"