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' Interest in the speeches which UV S. Senator Beckham and Jpdge E. C O'Rear will make over Kentucky to have both the republican and democratic parties take a stand for the prohibition submission of a state-wid- e amendment to a vote of the people is growing all over the state according to reports received at Frankfort. A number of the leading temperance workers in Lincoln county .have expressed themselves as anxious that these distinguished speakers shall be invited to speak in Stanford and it is probable that an urgent invitation will be given them to do so. Both are splendid speakers. Senator Beckham is urging democrats to take a stand for the submission of a vote on the question to the people and Judge O'Rear who was the republican candidate for governor in 1911 is urging temperance republicans to go to the front and see that his party takes similar action Neither is speaking in the interest of any candidate. -- v , : r&v -& WV- TV JBUJBl A WBM - 1NTK lOK JOURNAL Stanford Lincoln County! Kentucky, Friday, April 16, 1915 OILING WILL COST ABOUT $500 FACTS ON LIQUOR Tint. Ta CfA.. AU & AVA UVVfV is p Watch tie Data Om Lahel Renew Yoar StLBicxiptJon Promptly. Ttf V d SV -r Established 1860. 56th Year. MRS. WATER'S HOME BURNED Tuesdays and Fridays - BUSINESS Mass Meeting at McKinney Sunday. ROMANTIC WEDDING IN WEST On Sunday evening, April 18, a Is Being Given In Thorough Manner Standard Oil Col, Offers to Lend City In Kentucky Given By H. V. McChes- - "mass meeting will be held under the Will Neal, of Moreland Married To Early Morning Fire On East Main auspices of the woman s Christian ney In Speech at Louisa Under Auspices of Woman's Club Former Hustonville Lady Its Spreader Wagon for Work. Temperance Union of McKinney in Wednesday Destroys. Cottage the Chrisitian church at that place. .1 I.:- t. tt tr HTru A committee from the Woman's Will L. Neal, of Moreland, put one The W. C. T. U. is interested in all The cottage on East Main street ' Club has been busily engaged Thurs-- . for e over on his friends the other day. here Rhoda Waters and occupied by Mrs. day and Friday fn superintending the the Woman's Club and the City Coun- tion for governor, opened the eyes of , town,P?ft? JfcLYfKi? ft! Will was a bachelor, but not very so owned by the Vaughn estate, Mrs. W. cleaning up of the city. The Mayor cil with reference to furnishing the many as to the taxation situation as purpose of gaining information about long in that cause. He lived alone on A. Hail, executrix, burned between and Council designated these days as oil which 'wilUbe applied to the streets regards the liquor business in Kenthe sanitary condition of the town his farm and had "neither chick nor Clean-U- p five and six o'clock Wednesday mornspecial He was greeted by days and several in the event satisfactory ar- tucky.was so large several a crowd and whereby the conditions may be a child of his own." Pretending that ing. A defective flue from the kitchen teams were furnished for hauling off rangements canthat made. hundred improved. That there esti- that It is is something he was going to make a visit to his caused the conflagration and the fire were unable to get nto the court vitally wrong trash and rubbishy that has accumulat- mated that about be 6,000 or 8,000 gal- house. Plans are being made to have with McKinney sanita friends in several Central Kentucky headway when rtas under too much ed on back premises, in cellars, etc., lons of oil :vyill be required, and the towns, wife to the epidemic the fire laddies arrived to save much during the past year. Committees Standard Oil Company for which Mr. Mr. McChesney speak in Stanford at tion is evinced by has held sway of remain he got Will Stagg and his abhis typhoid fever that during for cottage. The contents were reof the were assigned to different streets by Sweeney is agent, has agreed to lend an early date, either court day in more than a year. So, McKinney citi- sence. Inatorderhomekeep them moved but in the hurry a good deal of the ladies, who superintended the the city its oil wagon, with which to May or June inall probability. In dis- zen, if you are interested in your own fooled he wrote to lot of post better a badly damaged and the furniture was cleaning up and did a fine job of it. apply the oil if freight will oe paid cussing legislation that is needed in or your neighbors's health come to and dated them at the towns cards he had some of it ruinned. There was no inKentucky he said that before other Special attention was paid to the frorii Louisville will be surance on the contents, but Mrs. premises along the creek and some on same can 'be bought to Stanford. reforms can be put into practice, it this meeting. There speakers addresses told them hetowould visit. He went immediately Kansas at a figure prominent and and on Hail carried $500 on the house in the fine .work was done there. Chief of The oil five and a half cents a gallon, will be necessary to get rid of ,the li- made byand definite plans made phy- Monday, 5th, was united Citymarriage around '& Liverpool &. Globe, reprein sicians for London Police B. D. Garter and his force of which will make the cost something quor lobby at Frankfort by eliminat- the clean-u- p work. The meeting will to Mrs. Barton, who was Miss Nell sented by W. A. Tribble. The home of energetically like $500. The Woman's Club has ing the liquor business from Ken- begin promptly hands have Carpenter, daughter at seven was considJesse Walter, next door with the ladies, and the indications raised about!! $250 by private sub- tucky. He said that the business pays is free and open to all. thirty and D. Carpenter, of the of the late John West End. She Come and erably damaged as was a good deal State only an eight of the help are that Stanford will be cleaner than scription and will ask the city coun- into the in this great and necesary work. is well known in this county, where of the furniture. The property is also tax; that its property, as returned for she has been in years, thanks to the cil to appropriate she was born and lived until she was $250 out of the The W. C. T. U. of McKinney. owned by the Vaughn estate and is represents only 1 per cent, good work" of these public-spirite- d grown. She is a charming woman and city treasury,! which will provide an taxation, Henry Clay, representinsured in the real and . personal list in the women. ample sum to imeet all of the expense of the and that the Lawrenceburg Suffers $125,000 Fire. very popular with her legion of ed by R. M. Newland. Dixie Rook Club. of oiling the streets. This is a very State, derived from it is more than It is estimated that the loss from friends. Mrs. Waters moved into the cotrevenue Taken To Pen Wednesday. Returning to Kentucky, the bride reasonable cost for such a needed offset by a million and a quarter spent the fire which swept the business secMrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., proved herself tage further down on Main street Henry Hudson, who got an inde- improvement and it is probable that in maintaining prisons and asylums tion of the city of Lawrenckurg, will and groom separaten, he going to his by her sister, Mrs. Woodie an ideal hostess when she entertained owned Hale, and the day before vacated by the. Dixie hook Club at her home on terminate sentence of two to five arrangementi will be made for work and the cost of criminal prosecutions, reach $125,000 with insurance of home and she to see some Lawrence$60,000. The courthouse, a handsome burg friends. Mr. Neal told no one of Thursday afternoon. All of the mem- years for killing Yates W. Burton, to begin at once. Mrs. A. C. Atchley. 80 per cent, of which is due, he de- three-stor- y i brick building, was des- his marriage and t he surprise of Mr. bers were present and Mrs. William mention of which has been made in clared to the use of alcohol. CRA ORCHARD. troyed, but the records were saved, as and Mrs. Stagg can be imagined Man's Nephew Killed in France. O. Martin substitutes for the hostess. the I. J., was taken to Frankfort to Local He said in part: "We have been they were in fire-provaults. The when he brought, his bride to the Miss Lyle Cooper was the winner of begin his term Wednesday morning Mrs. MagjjBe Gover was here hearing a great deal about 'hundreds jail was partly destroyed, as was the home and introduced her as his wife. far- .the most Joseph Wieland, a well known by Sheriff J. G. Weatherford. He jrames for the afternoon. of millions of dollars' worth of proA tinge of romance attaches to the mer of the Otenheim section, has just .Mrs. Hurs refreshments for the af- would have gone Tuesday but his wife from StanfordfMonday on business. Christian church. Three prisoners in Miss Ida Juld, Mrs. Maggie Gover perty employed in the manufacture the jail were hand-cuffe- d received a letter from relatives in ternoon were unusually attrac- asked that he not be taken on the and taken courtship and marriage. The two Germany, bringing the sad news of tive and delicious, consisting of a 13th, and the sheriff very cleverly and Shirley (fever, of' Stanford, at of whisky and beer in Kentucky, I under guard to places of safety. The were sweethearts some fifteen years have ascertained from the County Asthe death of his nephew, John Wie- salad course and other delightful granted her request. Mrs. Hudson re tended servicer Sunday at the Chris- sessor's books the assessed value of flames started in the rear of the Law- ago. Mr. Neal went West in search v land, in the trenches at St. Containe, things. renceburg Drug Company, where of gold, buying an interest in a gold mained with her husband'to the last, tian church. lv'Rev. Manifold, pastor of the Chris- distilleries, breweries and rectifying boxes and refuse was piled by the mine near Kimberly, Utah. Miss CarFrance, a short time ago. Young Wiespending Tuesday night in the home plants. The aggregate of this, real esland met his death while fighting for of Jailer DeBorde and going to the tian church isyerjr much beloved by tate, cash and personalty, is $8,564,-43- side of an outbuilding. Spreading rap- penter was wooed and won by a Mr. LATEST WAR NEWS. all denominations "of '"the Christians the Fatherland and before he was train with him the next morning. v The assessed value of idly, the blaze in turn destroyed the Barton, whose death followed in a killed had made such a fine soldier Peace talk is gradually melting into Jailer DeBorde said he never jiad a here. He is a Yerv deep thinker and lands, town total and personal proerty drug company's store, Waterfill few years. Mr. Neal returned to the lots and fought valiantly that he had thin air again. Colonel House, suppos- better prisoner than Hudson, who, makes his points plain and interesting. in Kentucky, is $852,171,205. The Bros.' grocery, M. Parker's bakery. home of his childhood, and last winMr. Howard Goodman, of CincinnaWilliam Bottoms' saloon, the resi- ter had a severe spell of fever, when been awarded the Iron Cross by the ed to be President's representative, he says he believes would have gone Kaiser, the highest honor that a sol- sent to Europe to get a line on peace to Frankfort without the company of ti, has retiired to Crab Orchard to valuation of distilleries, breweries and dences of Edward Botts and I. II. his life was almost despaired of. His rectifying plants is only a fraction Duncan and the Bilger-Baxtdier can. attain as a reward for valor. possibilities, arrived, at the wrong a sheriff if he had been given the op- live. barber parents had moved to Florida, and he Mrs. Frank Watson, and handsome over 1 per cent, 50of the total. The shop. Wieland, who was a Bavarian, was a time, according to students of the portunity. was at home alone. Mrs. Barton heard cents on the $100 State tax rate is son of Somerset, who .have been visit- so member of the army comanded by situation. England had just reached of it. She came from Kansas City and the tax on the $8,564,433 employing Mr. and Irs. Harve Foley will ed in the manufacture of liquor is onCrown Prince Rupprecht, of Bavaria. the point of deepest resentment MIDDLEBURG. nursed him to recovery. And now he A Dearth in Marriages. return to Somerset Sunday. McChesney's announcement for is trying to repay her by making the Three of his brothers are still fight- against the Germans because of the ly $42,822. The total revenue from County Clerk Cooper has not issued Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bronaugh, the liquor interests, ing with the German army, one of submarine blockade, and Germany ad valorem tax, governor has brought about quite a good woman the sort of husband she since April 1st, them being in the marines at Ostend. was flushed with the possibility of a marriage license what is the mat- Jr., have moved into the Armett tax on distilled spirits, on liquor not change of sentiment in regard to the so richly deserves. Mr. Wieland here says that the letter striking a blow at Britian that would and he isiswondering the price per is home on Lanca iter street. The of all kinds is race for the Democratic nomination many two are very happv and their true It Mrs, Caltha I Tewland and daughter, in bond and licensesrevenue from all for that office. Two weeks ago said that the wound sustained by his decide the war; hence, peace talk ter.cents higher that six friends in this county and else$637,977. The total 50 than months ago, Elizabeth have both been quite ill nephew was considered only a slight fell on deaf ears. In Germany and the, was decidedly the choice of where join the Interior Journal in sources is $7,651,950.23. Public revrevenue stamp now being affixed with tonsilitis. one at first, but that it was made by Austria President Wilson's actions the Democrats here, but McChesney's the hope that their "days of bliss will to such documents, but he thinks Shelby NewJ has gotten well enue from the liquor business is eonly bold stand on the question of State- last forever and their happiness never a "dum dum" bullett and quickly are looked upon, too, as Eighty-fiv8 per cent, of the should not proved fatal. Dum Dum bullets which while England and France, can't un- that important stop proceedings in enough to red me nis stuaies at to 95 per cent, of total. crime, insanity, wide prohibition has won for him the grow less.' such transactions. In fact school. t,ti are made with soft noses so that they derstand why he should not have pro- it is so quiet in the office of the clever pauperism and delinquency of every admiration of all right thinking peoMrs. John Kef jedy went to Preach-'t- o sort is due, to the use of liquor. The ple, and they are going to stand by will expand upon impact with a body, tested against the invasion of BelThe Rook Club. county clerk that he could remain several annual cost of maintaining the luna- him. The question of State-wid- e is are prohibited by the rules of inter- gium and the use of the submarine be induced to "shave" the probably ersville TuesdH Mrs. T. A. Rice christened her price a days. I national warfare, but charges have in blockading allied waters. Colonel tic asyslums of Kentucky is $536,-776.2- 7, coming and the opposition had just as beautiful new home on Danville aveof frequently been iriade during the House, however, learned the terms of little if several courtshipscould long Miss Ray Bwnt and Mr. Henry after deducting prison reve- well face it. has moved to the Stone nue, by entertaining the Rook Club be Anderson, of Brodhead, were married present conflict that both sides are the various nations involved. Arma- standing to in Stanford Sam Lee on Tuesday afiernodn. The pretty nues; an aggregate of $1, 354,596.99. brought an end at once. using them. in the chapel of H;he Mt. Vernon High Eighty per cent, of this, chargeable farm near Liberty. ments are going to be a point of imspring weather most of the epaying 12 2 cents School last Thursday, the bride being portant issue when peace terms are Baby a Prize Winner. a student in that institution. Miss to the effects of liquor, is $1,083,677, forHucksters ar are too cheap ot pay members out and the following Killed By Her Husband hens. Eggs finally talked seriously. Germany and Kentuckians' guests: Mrs. Kirby Bourne, of New and deducting from it the $637,977 will be of interest to the friends Ray is one of- the lovliest girls of revenue from the liquor business, for the feed of hens. Austria are Castle, Mrs. Carroll Shanks, Mrs. C. The body of Bette Shropshire Mau ritory now willing to give up all ter- of It Farmers are getting, their work in Hays Foster, Mrs. James H. Woods, Mr. and, Mrs. R. C. Saufley to Brodhead and has many warm makes a net loss to the State of $455,-70- 0. occupied by them that by pin, colored, who was shot to death C. friends here where she has spent their young they didn't Kentucky's the $21 fine shape since spring opened up. per Mrs. Will S. Embry, Mrs. Alice Pickner nusoana in Cincinnati tne nrst 01 understood. hold before the war, it is know thatJr., took firstson, Robert the much of her time. She is just the kind per capita drinkproportion of contry Corn is dull sale here at $3 prize at Saufley, France wants Alsace and ett, Miss Sue Rout bill of the the week, was brought here and bu- Lorraine, lost in 1870; Russia wants Baby Health Show given in connec- of girl to makeia model wife as she is $48,000,000. The interest on that barrel. Several farmers are holding Woods. Mrs. William and Miss Sue Shanks renderried Thursday afternoon. She was a part of Galicia, besides a free exit tion with the Industrial Exposition at understands how to care for the lat- ed beautiful Victrola music all during would( pay the State debt in a year for better price, which may come Bettie Shropshire and lived with her on. and home, as well aslentertain. Is economMediterranean ;, and the afternoon. State University parents in this city until a few years on the German disarmament, England Phoenix, Ariz., last week. Mr. with ical, industrious and of a bright cheer- and make the the greatest in the and er There was a terrific rain and hail was next to the This club meetingespeci- Mrs. Saufley are much pleased wants the last cf tho series nrNormal School ago, when they moved to Cincinnati. home. Harrodsburg ful disnosition. The eroom is SDoken country. We could take the $48,000,-00- 0 storm here Saturday night; accom- ranged for thg seas n rnd it was ine Phoenix as While there she married a fellow ally on the high seas. The agreement Herald. Mr. their Saufley is a former Stan- .of as- - beingmrf the finest young the panied by wind. The Green River and the most attractive and enjoyable will have to be named Maupin, who deserted her and reachedand in case all a world agree- ford boy and his wife is a daughter men of his town, and is in. a splendid schoolfor oneto vear monthsextendbuild church steeple was bown off, and con- of ' the meetings. A beautifully served 10 and term ment, the European of became enamored of another woman.. countries disarm, this country will of Col. John S. Robinson, of Crab shape financially to care for a wife. a home for every family in the State siderable other damage done. and appetizing luncheon was enjoy"The story goes that 'Bettie stood this ZZ A large crowd attended the All ed at the conclusion of games. Mrs. Orchard. The wedding presents were numerous now homeless from drink." as long as she could and finally went hardly be allowed to go on building Day singing at Lanham's schoolhouse Shelton Saufley made the highest and useful as w;ell as beautiful. The for war purposes. There are to where her husband and the woman ships diplomatists who claim High School News. matron of the school spoke in the Fair Stockholders Meet Saturday. Sunday. Prof. Virgil Ware has a score, winning every game. many that the were and begged him to return to her. class there and it is worth of the bride United States will not be chosen as Nancy Katherine McKinney, highest praise most diligent as being Misses He answered her by firing a bullet A meeting of the stockholders of wbije to ride many miles to- hear them Dan Milburn Held and exone of their to Grand Jury. the for peace decisions, into her breast near the heart and not place anything to do withand will Annie Rogers Powell and Annette emplary pupils. Their many friends the Knights of Pythias Fair, which sing. the ar- Wearen are still on the sick list. have Dan W. Milburn, a local sewing will be held at Stanford Aug. 18, 19 the girl died within a couple of hours. Prof. Garret Huey, principal of the here wish them a smooth and the James Tribble has returned to sail in life's ocean. The bride pleasant and 20, will be held at the First Na- Mddleburg High school has returned machine agent, was held under $250 3Iaupin is in jail in Cincinnati, where ranging of peace terms, being inboth is a sis position of having displeased bond to next action of school after two weeks' absence, due tomorrow, we are informed he is held ter of Mrs. Daisy Hunt of this city. tional Bank at 3 o'clockfull attend- to his home at Georgetown. He will Lincoln await the grand jurytheon a county in the first degree. The dead sides in preserving its neutrality and to illness. Saturday afternoon. A be absent about a month and return The Junior contest will be held at woman is well known here, and was a trying to protect its commerce. ance is desired. The catalogue com- here to spend his vacation. He has charge of shooting at Jim Jones, a Last Link Forged. Progress in the Dardanelles is at a the graded school building on next negro of the Hale's Well section a girl. Jim mittee is called .to meet at 1 o'clock been employed for next term. battered to Friday evening to determine the best re31-- 1 The following dispatch is sent from of the same day. Shropshire, her father and the entire standstill. Turk forts dread-naugLansing Lanham, of Arabia came short time ago. Milburn gave thecase quired bond. Testimony in the family came with the body and a pieces the British was stra'nded in declaimer in that class in expression. Mt. Vernon: There is general rejoicdown Sunday to see the home folks. was not Lord Nelson, which taken, as Milburn, through SINGLETON'S STORE. ing throughout Southeastern Kenlarge crowd attended the burial. Mrs. Judge Wells was up from Libreach of the Turks Reduced Rates To Lexington Races. tucky over the. result of the road the channel within his attorney, waived examining trial. E. L. Wilson oought of Jessie erty Thursday. She was accompanied guns. Until the Allies have mobilized Dave Burton, of the Highland secbond election in Laurel county, which Brock, on Dry Branch, four hogs at by Mrs. Sweeney. Rented Veranda Hotel. The L. & N. will sell round-tri- p to take the garsufficient land forces tion, was fined $5 and costs for sellgood roads and Boone $6.75 a head. carried for The Bantist people here are en ing pop on the Sabbath. In George Lay and wife, who have risons fromthe rear military experts tickets to the Lexington running Way by a vote of 5 to 1. This forges J. D. Wilson, of Dripping Springs, deavoring to secure the services of sence of County Attorney the abLay House think there will be no real action to- races on April 22 at $1.70, good for the "last link in the chain to connect successfully conducted the W. S. A'. bought three days. at McKinney, have rented the Ver- wards geiting through the Dardanell- reduced rateOn May 1st-an- d be5th the the North .and Northwest with the yearling of Mrs. Price H. Stigall, two Rev. Beagle, of Lancaster, as pastor Burch, who is ill. Attorney T. J. private. mules. of the church, for made. it of $2.55 will anda Hotel from Mr. Joseph Coffey es and the Bosporous. highway via South by a first-clas- s The farmers of this part are pre- is understood that Rev. Beagle has Hill, Jr., performed the duties of the Italy is still "on tne brink of war." and took charge Wednesday. They Crab Orchard, Mt. Vernon and Cum- paring for a big crop of corn, but been called to the church at Huston- office very creditably. General News Notes. are good hotel reopie and will no and bluffing its way through diploto- ville for three Sundays in each month. berland Gap through the Cumberland doubt keep the hotel up to its pres- matic tangles. Whether the impaKing Todd, Montgomery county's and Appalachian Mountains to the vou don't hear them talk about Notice to K. T.'s Should his services he secured he will bacco. Rowland, tience of the Allies will finally force biggest tobacco raiser, is dead. ent high .standard. John All members of Ryan Commandery sea coast and the States to the south Andy Davis bought of Mat Hoskins preach here on the second Sunday. hole solicitor, will that country to make a definite choice who is a C. M. Robertson has been appointBoone Way from Louisville via four shoats at six cents a Marshall McWhorter, Vernon Jones No. 17 K. T. are requested to attend join them in a week or so. Mrs. Will and join in the war is problematical. ed postmaster at.Longstreet, Russell over are held Shelbyville, Frankfort, Lexington, pound. . and Vernon Cash were fishing just the drills, which the Danvilleon each Germany is sending troops from county. Montgomery will succeed Mr. and TobacNicholasville, Bryantsvillej Danville, Saturday night when Monday night, at T. Wells will have a corn field west of town Flanders to check the Russ advance in Mrs. Lay at the Lay House. co Warehouse. These drills last one Mrs. Nancy Jane Cain and T. F. Stanford, Crab Orchard, Mt. Vernon. on J. top of the noted Dripping Springs the storm came up, and got a good hour, the Carpathians, according to reports Cundiff, pioneer citizens of Somerset, The north gate to the Cumberlands, are well attended and the memsoaking, besides a nice peppering of knob this year. recently tak- are dead. from Berlin. Austria has NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. Pine-villbers are rapidly learning. It is very London, Corbin, Barnourville, Ebb Bentley bought some corn of hail. prisoners. Vienna William Rockhill Nelson, editor and Middlesboro, etc., the distance Mack Hopkins at $3 a barrel. Services at the Christian Church en 7,500 Russians says the Russian A vigorous effort is beinir made to essential that those who wish to parreports state. Berln parade owner of the Kansas City Star is of 260 miles. Sunday, April 18: Sunday school at advance has failed, while the Russian During the storm Saturday night, increase the attendance at the Bap ticipate in theas often during the con: as possible. dead. which tist Sunday school. Dr. C. B. Creech clave attend preaching 10:45; C. E. Meeting claims are of successful advance. 9:30; ligthning struck a tree under 31 The last saloon license of Nicholas-vill- e Wants National K. O. T. M. Meet. were standing some stock belonging hag appointed almost every member Fraternally, J. R. Yeager. 6:45; preaching 7:30. Bulgaria disavows responsibility expired Tuesday night and the Jer- of the school as a committee to go Services at the Baptist church, on for a recent raid on Serbian troops State Commander M. F. Elkin, who to J. C. Bailey and killed a fine PREACHERSVILLE. is now dry. out and hunt up those not in regular We have been having some pretty Sunday, April 18: Sunday school along the border, but warns Serbians county exact amount taken from the is making an effort to stir up senti- sey heifer. The to bring Mr. Hamp McQuerry and wife and attendance, and endeavor to bring 9:30 a. m.; preaching at 11:00 a. m. not enemies over their borweather the last few days which postoffice by burglars a ment among the Maccabees and 7:30 p. m. Everybody cordially der. The affair was instigated by Lancaster is $8.35. Reports had it up the national meeting of the order to Miss Fanny McQuerry spent Sunday them in. He thinks the number now everyone for very glad to see. is week ago family and at- attending can be doubled, and the Kentucky next year, has sent a cir- with Chas. Davis and invited to attend. Turks, according to a note given out to $250. Mr. and Arcn Sprinkles were church at Tyrone. teachers and other offices of the., the guests Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. letter to the Lexington MaccaAt the Presbyterian church services by King Peter's diplomats. of Ernest Pjttman,, of Graves county, cular in which he urges them to mani- tended Ebb Bentley and son, Pettus school have promised to assist him. Mr. bees on Sunday April 18: Sunday School Thompson from Thursday until Sunhas been employed farm demonstra- fest such an interest in the State con visited C. Davis Sunday. WAYNESBURG. at 9:30; Morning Worship begins tor of Hardin county at a salary of vention here Aprif 23 as. to show Subought of A. G. Our "Jitney" Offer This and 5c, day. Mr. Buck Davis promptly at 11 o'clock. Subject: Mr. and Mrs. Rhodney Naylor have children $1,500. Mrs. Cyrus Johnson preme Commander D. P. Markey, who Davis a work mare for $70. DON'T MISS xHIS. Cut out- - this been visiting his parents, Mr.- and "Cleansed but Occupied"; Brother- returned to their homeand GeorgeThe House Law and Order Commit- will be present, that the Lexington in Mr. J. T. Wells bought of Ed slip, enclose with five cents to Foley Airs. John Naylor. hood at 3 o'clock; C. E. Society at town Sunday after spending several tee voted to report favorably in the 0:45, Subject "One Day in Seven for days with her mother Mrs. tA. M. Pennsylvania House the county local Tent is a live institution. Commander Johnston, a driving mare at a fancy & Co., Chicago, 111., writing your Miss Anna Belle Smith has return advisability of a price. Elkin also name and address clearly. You will ed home the Highest Things.", Ezekiel 20 11-2- Reynolds. spending days option bill, which has the support of large class urges the initiaL. Wilson, 'the Crab Orchard receive in return a trial package con- 'with Mr. after Mrs. J. M. several E. of candidates for Evening Worship 7:30, Subject Cress. and Mrs. A. J. Johnson is able to be up Governor Brumbaugh. bought, of Jones Baker, of the taining Foley's Honey and Tar Comas a sub "Gamaliel." and son, The Isremen Deposit Bank of tion at the State convention of Lex- trader again after an illness of several Stringtown section, a yearling for pound, for coughs, colds and croup, in J. W. Brown last week. Homer were stantial testimony of the work Shelby City The spring meeting of the Transyl- months. Biemen, Muhlenburg county, has ington members for the growth of the $25. Foyel Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathar. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vaught, of vania 1'rtifbyleiy, y.'hich was held at Miss Anna Padgett is visting Mrs. jgone into voluntary liquidation be order. Mr. Joe Hopkins sold some nice hay tic Tablets. Sold Everywhere. at- Chester Woodal at Science Hill. Danville, have been visiting her parHustonville last week was well cause it found business insufficient at $16 a ton. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown. tended and the pastors and represenMrs. H. H. Singleton and Mrs. Mat-ti- e to warrant its continuance. Accidentally Poisoned. Dr. and Mrs. Ellis Entertain. hosMr. F. L. Thompson and daughter Roger Maupin, of Lexington, fortatives of the churches were most Gooch are visiting Mrs. H. Hajrs son of have been visiting relatives in Shelby Are You Rheumatic? Try Sloan's William Fife, Dr. and Mrs. Wl E. Ellis entertainpitably entertained. The church year and Mrs. T. "Wesley in Louisville this merly a Chesapeake & Ohio fireman, If you want quick and real relief Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Fife, now of Win City. which came to a close on March 31 week. was ground to pieces by the wheels of ed the teachers, substitute teachers Christian from Rheumatism, do" what so many chester, but formerly of Crab Orch- Miss Carrie Naylor was the guest was shown to be a year of progress. Mr. Barbee Wheeler, of Danville, is of a train on the Louisville & Nash and other workers of the doing ara, was wiin niness wune Most of the churches in the Presb- visiting his parents, Mr. andrMrs. J. ville railroad tracks six miles west of .Sunday School, Monday evening at thousand other people are on, bathe playing inseizeuhome, and for a while of Miss Jalie Brown Sunday night. the the parsonage ana twellth street in whenever an attack comes Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams and ytery are supplied with pastors. The H. Wheeler. Frankfort. Paris. Spring flowers, hyacinths and the sore muscle or joint witn Sloan's his condition was alarming, it was children of Lancaster have been visitevangelistic work under the guidance Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Acton attended f Mrs. J. R. Reynolds, wife of the swallowed decorate the of the Home Mission Committee has a birthday dinner at Mr. Chrisman minister of the Baptist church at jonquils were use'd to were received Liniment. No need to rub it in just of the he found and has been putsome ing Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cummins. out poison which applv the Liniment to the surface. It rooms, and the guests meetings Acton's near Estesburg. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Gastineau been very effective. Revival Richmond, is dead after a short ill'About 'forty men is wonderfully penetrating. It rroes by unknown persons to kill dogs. The and Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leavell have been held in most of the churchMr. and Mrs. Roscoe Wheeldon vis- ness from .uraemic poisoning, aged quite informally.are actively engaged attention were visiting Mr. John Naylor and right to the seat of trouble and a bot- child was given immediate es by Rev. J. A. Trostle. The gifts of ited relatives at Eubank the first of twenty-eigyears. Rev. Reynolds and yvomen who Schobl were tle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c. of by a physician, who administered an- family Sunday. iriVthework of the'ehurches for missions and other the week. was called to Richmond the first of twenty-fivreguhouse tidotes, and the little fellow has about in Virgil Roberts happened to a very benevolent causes aggregated over the year from Ashland. The husband present, all of the three,e being in any druggist and have it andthe Mrs. Tartar and daughter, of Swollen recovered from the attack. except against Colds, Sore lar teachers painful accident last Saturday by $14,300 which is nearly $4,000 more are visiting her' son, E. L. and' two children survive. detained, by Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like being thrown from a wagon, breaking than was given last year. The Stan- Gadberry. The 116-acChrisman farm, 1 2 attendance, they lieing i Card of Thanks. ailments. Your money back if not satillness. wrist. ford church although burdened with a Mrs. T. C. Morgan and Mrs. T. S. miles from. Nicholasville, which had Fire hisMr. and .Mrs. John Richardson and I desire to thank the Stanford isfied, but is does give almost inlarger local expense than usual has Reynolds are ill with grip. been in the Chrisman family since Invigorating Whiff of The stant relief. Company for their eforts. in trying Mr. arid. Mi-s- . Rip Manuel have been contributed $787 to the "benevolent Mrs. E. L. Gadberry and little Wm. 1783, was sold Tuesday for $17,057. Ah! The to save my property that was des- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bell. v Pine ijorest! causes of the church or about $5.50 Franklin spent Sunday with Mrs. H. J. C. Carnhan got 55 acres with resitroyed by fire Wednesday morning. Horse Show At Hustonville. per member. H. Singleton. How it clears th3 throat and head dence at $155 and 28 acres more at jack own- Their inability to save it makes me Many of the stallion and Notice This, Teachers. Misses Irene and Juey Singleton $135. C. C. Payne bought 33 acres of its muccous ailments. It is this less thankful for their work. Teachers in Rural schools attendCard of Thanks. spent Sunday with Misses Iva and north of the residence at $144. spirit of Newness and Vigor from the ers of Lincoln county will have their none the A. Hail. 31-l- p. Mrs. W. ing the K. E. A. in Louisville April ThrPA hundred of Villa's men are health-givin-g Pineyj Forests brought stock at Hustonville Saturday afterViola Gooch. I desire to thank from noon, where the annual horse show 21, 22, 23, will be paid under back by Dr. Bell'I Mr. 'Mason Caldwell was in Eu- said to have been killed when, paraly- per month extra on salary.one dollar Dr. J. T. Brown is dead of of a grateful heart those who' helped bank Sunday. Trustees shell fire, a detachment of Carranza's Antiseptic and healing. Buy a bottle will be held. The show will commence sis at Frankfort. save my household goods in the fire are urged to attend this meeting. Mrs. Bert McLaughlin Teturned to army 1,500 str.ong made a sortie from today. All druggists, 35c. Electric at 3 o'clock. "Better .have yours on of Wednesday, as well as all others Somerset Tuesday after spending sev- Mutamoras. Gen. Saulo Navarro, sec- Bitters a Spring tonic. plus 25c. G. Single Fare one-hal- f, ' hand! Na Us to Try 4 Wear O Your ton, SupL who came to my rescue in the dark eral days with relatives here. 30-- 2 seriously .:. was ond .in command, i - hour. Mrs. Rhoda Waters. Cold It Will Wear Yew Oat Instead Make Good Work Possible. . Rev. J. B.. Jones filled his regular wounded. Villa is said also to have The Adams Hotel,1 at Somerset was it- suffering H. H. Craig, an aged and honored g Thousands keep on a loss of destroyed by appointment here Saturday, Sunday suffered defeat at Celaya. You cannot, do good- - work while Health Promotes Happiness untteifsnnA your bowels are sluggish or: your liv Coughs and Colds through neglect citizen of Somerset, is dead, aged 77. and Sunday evening. $8,000, with, $3, ij."" MakM 61 Feel Like 16. er torpid. Wm. O. E. Bieke, Mgr., and delay. Why make , yourself an V Without health, genuine joy is imeasy prey to serious ailments and If you check up the number of bet-ti- es Take Care mi tke Children. Straighten Him Out. Scott Hotel. Hancock, Mich., says without, gvod indigestion possible; "I suffered from kidney .ailment; used you will find Feley's Honey Foley Cathartic Tablets a thor- - epidemics as. the results of a neglectA lingering cold, iwtressinr cough. gave and regular bowel movement you can J. P. Jones, Boothe, Ark., writes:' for two ( years," writes Mrs,' M. .A.' Why neglect keeping "I had a severe case of kidney trou-- . Bridge, Robmsoh, Miss., "I a raw,- - inflantmed OHgH trial anu una uwm niuu uui ed Cold? "Coughs and Colds sap your and Tar in greater domand than any sleepless nifhts, i .not have health. n coaditien safe cathartic." Foley CatharticTah-let- s, strength and vitality, unless checked other cough medicine. It k safe, Pilh bowels open and risk being sick, and ble.and could do no work at all. Foley takmf Foley Kidney years throat lead to a iaj foot never gripe oVcrate nausea. in the early states., Dr. King's Mew IpcoMpt and effective fer celdeverevp, able te reeiet m whieh Hie child ailing? You don't have to. Take one Kidney Pills 8trakteae4 e oat at about ten menlhs aovrI aen.ffl firs-deeI hears en ess, brachial eeughs, threat eewtegielM diniesfl Foley's 5ohey They'doiiway with that drowsy. TUH,, Discovery k what yen need the told by small Dr. Jung's New Lire- mi at ence:" The seme k hetjf. Yeur head elears up, ye INwiv JHmL. MMhIHVVmvtA T 2a fertilv benlina jinil Mnlnant tire yen wMl have a thousand pf ethers;-- " weak, back, leetme smi ace' . wnoteeoMe.4xifht, in the morning JKeetrsetis- breathe freely' and, yea feel so mueh k the referred :'Mioc. faU, free bowel movement and'eel rheumatism, kUner and Madder trow-blvmm -- arevMta H icMItt ABVflNerS. in aetfc. mSum wwlw, M. Car Ultta BBBrK ewm Iv. better. Buy- - a Wttfe teeW and start yield quickly. Safe and effective. baekache, J. maah better. Helps ytriir 'appetite and r itai trewble. SeM Everywhere. ', digestion. Try. one tehifht. STANFORD'S ANNUAL CLEANING 1 IM!ff J2SS3K Vn d'emro,W & lar of - 3. er Bos-wor- th it-a- pro-All- y, hi-oug- 1-- - -- well-train- ed - for-mur-- der hard-workin- g, well-dispos- ed ht one-lourth-ti- 110-pou- nd e, e - 0; two-year-o- ld oe-liev- ed ht the-Bibl- e Mid-dlebur- g, re 1-- the-dept- hs Pine-Tar-Hbn- : fire-Uaum- -c- ommenced rwa-dew- - es &&WI&8B& num, -- e rWBwrr sau S&J JW1T 1 . - -- ir ; -- - "The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentuckyy Friday, April 16, 1915 -- ' The Interior Journal 50, 000 LOAVES FORI THEPOOR -, i , -- The Service We Render Many people look upon a Bank as merely a place to put money for safe keeping. This Bank is more than this. We render many services to our customers, so many that we cannot enumerate them here. But we want you to know that we are willing to help you with all financial matters of importance to yourself. All matters pertaining to business of our customers are held in the strictest confidence. WALTON. & SAUELEY Editors and Managers. SI A TEAS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Starred at the pottoffiee ticond clait matt matttr. at Stanford Great Charitable Act (Executed ' In Louisville by the "Tanlac Man' I at Lincoln County National 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. P. KLAIR, of Fayette county. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEAREN. For Representative in Legislature W. G. GOOCH. MARSHALL C. NEWLAND Bank Corner Next to Court House : : : Kentucky Stanford Capital Surplus $100,000 $100,100 Resources over $500,000 Roberts, Terre Haute, Indiana's "dressy mayor," who got six years in prison for election irregularities, refuses to resign, expecting no doubt to direct the affairs of his city from his cell in the Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Federal prison. He may be taking his cuefrom Leo Frank the convicted murderer of Mary Phagan in Atlanta. Frank ran the big pencil factory months after he was sent to prison and made a wonderful Donn M. success at it.. The Best e Stop and look at our corn planter; also at a fertilizer distributor for corn, tobacco, potatoes, etc., and if you don't say they are the best tools for this work, I will not ask you to buy them. No charge for looking. one-hors- W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. B. W. LEIGH. HUSTONVILLE, KY. . Proud of all its correspondents, the so of its scribe at Middleburg. Mr. T. S. Benson knows a news item and has the right idea of preparing it. The copy he furnishes is well rtigh perfect and he uses ' fewer unnecessary words BEE LICK. than any "country correspondent" we have ever read after. May he live Mr. Bud Stringer, of this place and long and continue his good work for Mrs. Julia Hasty, of Quail, were unitthe "cheapest and best." ed in the holy bonds of matrimony by John Elder Sunday last. Mr. W. E. Taylor sold to Jonh Hen-dric- k With O'Rear out .making speeches, three calves for $40. urging the republicans to take a stand A. L. Scott has been on the sick prohibitoin, and with for state-wid- e the republican candidate for legisla list for a few days. Elbert Elder has quit farming and ture in Ed. Morrow's home county of plat- gone to hunting for turkey nests. Pulaski, running on a state-wid- e Mr. Henry Scott has moved to his form, looks like that question is going to be just as big an issue in the new home and everything is looking rcpur.ljcan party as it is in the demo- fine. Mr. W. M. Scott has been real ill cratic. for several days with a severe cold. Mr. J. H. Cordial sold to J. M. Former Presidents Taft and Roosevelt, amonc: the honorary pallbearers Craig a nice heifer for $40. C. C. Metcalf has been doing a for Prof Thomas P. Loundsberry, of Yale, greeted each other formally at nice lot of painting for Dock Norton the funeral, says a dispatch. Of of Bromo. course they did. It was not expected GET TO THE CAUSE that they would snub each other on such an occasion. The men are too Stanford People Are Learning The big for that. Interior Journal is especially Louisville, April 15,1915. Fify thousand loaves of bread will be gjv-e- n away by L. T. Cooper, the "Tanlac Man," to the poor people of Louisville The "bread line," a$ this unique charitable act is termed was inaugurated in Louisville Sunday morning, and between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock, several thousand loaves of bread were distributed the worthy on the big vacant lot on Walnut St., next to the Daily Herald, in ample time for Sabbath dinner. Mr. Cooper awarded1 'an order for the 50,000 loaves of bread, to the American Baking Company. The bread is of the very best quality. "When seen at tne Seelbach, where the noted yisitor is stopping, Mr. Cooper said: , "I have anticipated the beginning of this work among the poor with keen interest. I have wanted to per-Torm some service oi xqis Kino, in xne metropolis city of myi native state, Kentucky, for several years. "Therefore, the initial order for the bread, consisting of fiJty thousand loaves, has been given to the American Baking Company, and the work has begun. We gave away several thousand loaves Sunday, and each time we will meet the demands." The sale of Tanlac, the famous medicine being introducedin-Louis-vill- e by the personal direction of Mr. Cooper, is now very threat, and is steadily increasing. The results in cases of catarrhal af fectfons, or stomach, liver and kidney derangements, are really remarkable, and "many of Louisville's best citizens are testifying to the medicine's marvelous merits. be bought in StanTanlac can-nodrug store, the excluford 3l-- l sive agent for this place. 'at-Penn- Men's Clothes What About That New Suit? If s Time To You must e, Decide ht e, a aaaaaaaHV tVi J LBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBSBaBKylall Wj" WVM tm M tTBaaaaavM WaLaaaaaUlF get out of that winter-weiginto a ready-mador tailor-madyou prefer. There is no trouas ble 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 5u0 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 ar J K5 LbIbIbIbIbIbIbIbIbIbIbIbIbB i jk Vi If LaaBaBaBaBaaaBBT I'Fll I f aalSaaaaaaHflKliaBaBaBaSFJ I HLaHfe- - all-wo- ol at $15.00 to $35.00 Come in and see what we have. 1 McRoberts & Bailey Stanford, Kentucky nut butter factory in Danville. C. P. Cecil bas established a pea- Here's What You Want The People's tise What Market Place Adver-Yo- u Have to Sell j i GREATEST AID TO BEAUTY. is the glistening whiteness of well kept teeth The Rexall Antiseptic Tooth Powder ' TARMERS.be sure and read W. H. 31-- 2 Higgins' ad this week. - Wedding Presents at Jewelry Store, Stanford. CABBAGE PLANTS Mueller's will remove the tartar from your teeth and make them white and antiseptically clean. The use of this daintily perfumed powder will eiiminate disease breeding germs. Strengthen the gums and make the mouth and breath sweet and clean. Your money back if not W av. and flowers of various kinds for sale by Ed. Hub26-bard, Stanford, Ky. 3. Five-passeng- satisfactory. 25c a can Sold Only By Us Full Stock of Groceries, Crown Gasoline, chine Oils, Etc. Get my Prices. They will surprise you. U Ma- - Kentucky Congressman from the Tenth District, is a candidate for recording secretary general of the D. A. R. If she is as successful in getting what she goes after as her hubby is, her opponents had just as well give up the fight and maxe her election a unanimous ono. 000 bond issue Tuesday 2,000 to 400, thus insuring the Boone Way. Three more cheers for James Maret, of Mt. scheme. Mrs. John W. Langley, wife of the Highest Market Price Paid For Country Produce Of All Kinds. Laurel county voted for the $100,- - tfj Vernon, the clever originator of the w- - Vegetables Always on Hand. The Kentucky Sun, the republican organ is advertising for fifty thous and men to come to the aid of the par ty. The g. o .p. will need several times that number to make a showing in November. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. - Call and Get Some. E. B. Campbell, Stanford. "'"m"r'"'sjBK3&. KING'S MOUUNTAIN. Rev. Evans will preach at the Methodist church Sunday evening. Mrs. Laswell is ill with grip. Dr. J. B. Smith and family have moved to McKinney. Little Mary Walter has been absent from school for a few days on account of chicken pox. Sundav School has been organized at the Christian church again, having been discontinued during the winter months. Mrs'. Emma Thompson and son, Russell, visited the family of Dr. Isaacs' at Woodstock last week. Mrs. George Rigney went to Danville Tuesday to spend a few days with her son, Alonzo Rigney and wife. Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Bastin and pretty little daughters spent last week with relatives at Science Hill. Aunt Louisa Singleton has returned home after an extended visit with friends at Burgin.. Ed Carey and family have moved into the property recently vacated by Dr. J. B. Smith. Dr. W. D. Laswell and family have moved to their property here much to the joy of their many friends. Besides being an upright citizen in every respect he is a good physician and we feel congratulated on having him in our midst. Miss Laura Johnson spent Saturday and Sunday with, her parents at Science Hill. Miss Elizabeth Dye, of Danville, visited home folks tiere last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reynolds at- FOR SALE CHEAP. There is but little peace or comfort touring car in good shape, 1910 for the man or woman with a bad model. If interested write to Lock act:. The distress begins in eafly Box No. 576, Stanford, Ky. morning keeps up throughout the day. It's hard to get out of bed, it's FOR SALE Forty torture to stoop or straighten. Plast- good, young ones, and yearling steers, 10 young cows ers and liniments may relieve, but can with their second calves. A fine lot of not cure if the cause is inside the 30-t- f. kidneys. When suffering so, use them. Josh Jones, Stanford. Doan's Kidney Pills, the tested and FOR SALE 10,000 feet of lumproven kidney remedy, used in kidney ber oak and poplar; furnished uncrat-e- d. troubles for over 50 years. Doan's Joseph Wieland, near Ottenheim, Kidney Pills are recommended by P. O. Waynesburg, R. F. D. 1. 31-l- p thousands for just such cases. Proof of their effectiveness in the testimony LOST Rain coat, gray in color of this Stanford residentt "One of my family was troubled by and man's size. Reward if returned dizzy spells and weakness of the kid- to my office. Marshall C. Newland. 30tf. neys," says Mrs. J. M. Lunsford, of courthouse, Stanford. R. F. D. No. 4., Stanford. "He had backache and was very stiff and sufFOR SALE At a bargain if taken fered from severe pains across his at once, ten young Jersey bull calves loins. Hearing of Doan's Kidney Pills subject to register. J. B. Camenisch, , 31-he used them and was relieved from Stanford. the first. He is no longer troubled and we are sure that the cure Doan's TRUSTEES who want a first-clasKidney Pills made is permanent." experienced teacher should Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't phone Miss Fannie Young at Highsimply ask for a kidney remedy get land or write her at Waynesburg, R. Doan's Kidney Pills the same that F. D. No. 1. Will give reference if Mrs. Lunsford recommends. Foster-Milbur- n wanted. 31-Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. All persons having claims against , Nathan Turpin, twenty-onson of George Turpin, of Richmond, was the estate of R. L. Dishon are hereby properly file the killed by a falling limb near Irvine notified astorequired bysame with the proven law late Saturday. undersigned administrator on or er 2. s, 6. e, -- before Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. THE REXALL STORE WB x? M' poultry icmedy made. Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, "Zr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Mia Katie Bryant. Bardstown. Ky.. svi: "I have used Reape for yean and tJiinJ: it the best gapes and limberneck withoatfaiL" dropped down the bill of a zipr WiUCoomes, Bardttown. Ky.,says: "One drop of Recipe 4-- 1 chicken kills the worm and rdisves the chicki nstantly. I ti t the best prerentrve 1 have ever used." Price 50c at all Druggists. a Hfa. and Guaranteed by J. Robt Crume, Bardstown, Ky. It cures PENNY'S DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. SOLD BY Wall Paper-Hous- e Paint Just what you want for Spring and at the Lowest Prices. See our stock before you buy. May 1. 1915. W. C. LONG, Adm. Stanford, Ky. Route 1, Box 61. 30-- 3 DR. in Lincoin New 1915 Model $695 17 Features New We have on display the CARPENTER Office County National Bank Building Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-eturinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully tested, glasses scientifically prescib-eG. o, d. J. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. 16-3- m NOTICE. W. 0. Walker has been appointed local representative of the Kentucky Rural Credit Association, by H. E. Newby, and will look after the interin Lincoln ests qf the association county. A large number who are interested, should see Mr. Walker about T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, any business connected with the 28-- 2 sociation. as- tended church at Vaynesburg Sunday. Henry Gooch is improving his property by having his house pami a nice fence around the yard. Mrs. Carolina Horton is also having some painting done and a new veranda made, which is quite an improvement to her property. There was some little excitement in town last week when it was found that Edmund Murphy's house was on fire. The. flames were put out before much damage was done. ever seen and the best part of it is that it is mechanically as close to perfection as we ever expect to see any automobile. handsomest car we have It holds the road at 50 miles an hour The if akioa system is a Sims high (causa magaeto,aad the traa issiea is three speed Jack and Percheon Fillies For Sale. I have for sale at a bargain a black jack, with white'points. He is well bred and a fine breeder and quick performer; no jennet needed. Also two good fillies of Percheon stock, full sisters and match closely one a yearling and the other a By Carter's Voltaire. If not sold privately before, will bg sold publicly at Stanford on county court day, Monday, April 12th. A. G. T. Smith, six miles from Stanford on Boyle and Lincoln pike, mile from 28-- 2 Danville and Stanford pike. two-year-o- four-year-o- ld Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow, A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. ld. Go To Farris' For Your Oxfords! Oxfof ds!! Oxfords!!! It is now high time for you to buy a pair of Gxfords, Men, Ladies, Misses and Littly Gents. We are showing you the What Is the Beet Remedy For Constipation? each day. This is a question asked us many time The answer is which assure itS'rieTnf as easy a aay ear a4e ana d has a fasapas make o tares oa the rear wheels. at-ki- selective sliding fears. It has 34 clKptie rear seringa, HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers and Dealers in High - Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Clesed on Saturdays " Telephone 164 STANFORD : KENTUCKY Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right .Til. ",Wea4r 8cH-Startcr ealySSS extra. e4 Eleetrk UW Cr , with NEW ENGLISHt LASTS. This is really new. We also have all other lasts. We can fit you; we can please you. Come and see something new. We guarantee them to be Mtisfactory toyou. Sold only by us, 10 easts. Pennyje Drug Store. J ROBINSON'S. See the I. J. for lowefe price on horse and jack cards clothing house in this Ed V. Price ft Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over onewho is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square' deal.' 'You 'Will get the worth of your money, 'either in the' cheapest grades' or the higher priced. My SPRING M SUMMER line of, made-to-order I represent the largest and beet TO THE PUBLIC INSUfcE Afeat. at Liaeela Stanford, H. C. CARPENTEJt, QUALITY CLOTHS. Quality Clothes for Young and Old. New Patterns; New. Models, Fresh from the Mak ers$10, $15;; $20. Spring Furnishing-Shir- ts, Neckwear and Hats. ' W-E Your Property in the . country Natiea! Beak; Keatuclcy Old Connecticut v Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford. Conn., -- SAUM&SWTH,Ats Stanford, Ktqteckr r ' smc&or. Cfcfl and let me show you. Mt C.:KUTLET, the lrMINli JtWWV .5' seauies are aewv ready for yor in- - Crab Orchard v ( I1 - - PERKINS ,- , - '- - - - Kentucky i- J I. j. IA f -- - , r: f J V - jb.5 .r. .ic .. 1 T te..-- aWSWfyJ "L 'i " The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, April 6, 1 1 91 5 rrssv- - have told us the same story distress y . after eating, gases, heartburn. A . Yes Many People. A Nervous Wreck Had No Desire To Live Hir t KBBmmm Heard About Town Aaron Barnett, who has been living in Estill county for the past year or so, has come back to Lincoln to get among "good democrats again" he says. He expects to rent a small place RbaeofflL Dyspepsia ' J)S2s3sSm Tablet HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? If not, do you expect to go through;, life without one? Improve your . before and after each meal will relieve rou. Sqld only by us 25c. Penny's Dru'g Store. '? ' ... Personal and Social Social Calendar. April 16 Junior Contest at 8:15 P. M. at High School building. Peruna Is A to her home by illness. . -- Mrs. W. H. Underwood is confined jV Mrs. J. S. Owslev is visitincr rela tives in Lexington this week. - financial -condition. ' t.. . Make money save it. , ti Deposit it in the f- - FIRSTNATIONAL BANK . Wilcher is very ill at Somerset street. G. G. Perry and J. S. Thursday in Lexington. Varney Tanner, who has been very, ill for some time, is slowly improving. M. D. Shearer has been elected as a director of the Citizens National Bank. Wayne County Outlook. Mrs. W. G. McBee, of Mt. Vernon, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. D. B. Southard. Wednesday in the interest of the milling firm of J. H. Baughman & Co. R. G. Ward, who has many friends in the county, was here from Cincinnati Thursday. Mrs. William Moreland, of Cincinnati, is the guest of her daughter, W. B. McKinney w.as Mrs. Eliza her home on Mesdames Owsley spent Bfc) Tonic and Strength Builder So Says Mrs. Prank Stroebe, D. 1, Wis. Her letter R. F. Appleton, where it will earn you interest and secure you a living when you are old and too infirm to work. at London ::::": 9 34c Special We "will place on sale and sell as long as they last. 500 yards Perh cale, light and dark 36-inc- c. ors. rV Regular 3-- 1 2s valuer.. -- Special Price 9 4 cents SeverancesSori SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Just in, a beautiful and comprehensive line of Shoes -- for Men, Youths, Boys, Women, young and old, and Children. AH the latest styles and lasts. Our line of OXFORDS is the most complete ever shown in this city and the prices are surprisingly low. Have them in black, black and white, tan, velvet, etc. They are beauties and are the last word in style. You must see them before you buy. You want to have your feet well dressed and they'll do it. SPECIAL BARGAIN For Saturday and Saturday night, $l.gO and $1.25 House Dresses for 75 cents :::::::: AT THE Mrs. W. C. Shanks. life. Mrs. J. E. Buck, of Gilbert's Creek, "I certainly think Peruna is vith-out was the guest of her mother, Mrs. a rival as a tonic and strength Mattie Nevius. builder, and it has my endorsement." County Attorney W. S. Burch conMr. Charles Brown, R. R. 4, Box 79, tinues ill at his apartments in the St. Rogersville, Tenn., writes: "I have Asaph Hotel. tried many different remedies, .but News comes from Lexington that have found that Peruna is the greatCol. W. P. Walton has been auite ill est tonic on earth and a perfect sysof acute indigestion for several days. tem builder." Bruce Fagaley is ill at his home on Lancaster street. His littlp son is al so indisposed. W. B. Turley, of Richmond, was Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons, of Lan- - here the first of the week. Mrs. James Mershon, of Lebanon .tsier, were tne guests oi tneu uaugn-te- r, Mrs. J. W. Taylor Sunday. Junction, who has been with her sisMr. John Duncan, of Lancaster, ters here, returned home "Wednesday. spent a few days with his sister, Mrs. Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, and .Charlotte Warren. Miss Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster, Mrs. J. H. Tucker, of the East End, sisters of Mrs. Charlotte Warren, spent several days with Miss Ella were her guests this week. May Saunders. Mrs. J. W. Baughman went to Judge L. L. Walker, of Lancaster, Louisville Wednesday to visit Mr. passed through toMt. Vernon Thurs- Baughman's sister, Mrs. Newman day to look after some legal business. Birk for a few days. Ned Smith, who has been a sruest at the home pf his uncle, W. BHill, HIGHLAND. left Thursday for his home at NorMr. Georore Baush is verv low with folk, Va. F. K. Tribble, of Danville, was here, heart trouble. His brother, Mr. Ansel Baugh of Stanford was out to see with old friends the first of the week. him this week. He is always a welcome visitor to Mr. II. F. Horton is at hoir.i' fiom Stanford. Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Singleton were Danville last week. Mr. J. H. Butt remains very ill., down from McKinney this morning. Mrs. C. M. Young: is improving: verv Mrs. Singleton was here to do some slowly, after three months' confineshopping. Mrs. Bettie Singleton has returned ment to her bed. She is able to sit to her home in McKinney after a vis- up now. Misses Annie it with relatives here.-- r Somerset Myrtle and Mayand Thelma Horton, Johnson and Pearl Journal. Mrs. Ben Jennings and little daugh- Cook took a pleasure trip to King's ter, Mary Margaret, of Stanford, Mountain Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Breedlove spent yesterday here with relatives. near Mt. Moriah are rejoicing over Danville Advocate. Mrs. Silas Messer, of near More-lan- the arrival of a pretty daughter, who who has ben very ill of pneu- has been named Ruby May. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baugh have a monia, is very much much better, her new girl at their home, named Lora many friends will be glad to know. Mrs. O. P. Nuchols, of Pineville, Lee. A large crowd of men gathered one stopped with her daughter, Mrs. C. Hays Foster, on her return from day last week to help Mr. H. O. Young get out logs for a new house to reLouisville, and spent several days. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars and place the one destroyed by fire reson, W. K. Shugars, Jr., motored to cently. Mr. Leo Long and family, of Richmond Sunday and were the have moved to their farm on guests of his sisters, Misses Shugars. G. R. Lyons and Mr. and Mrs. Hue-let- t, South Fork, which formerly belonged of Frankfort, motored here Sun- to Dr. Thompson. Mrs. Fred Reynolds, of King's day and were the guests of Mr. Lyon's Mountain, came to Mrs. C. M. Young's sister, Mrs. J. W. Taylor. Mrs. Joseph Coffey went up to last week to purchase her spring hat. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hatfield Richmond Wednesday to be present spent Saturday night and at the marriage Thursday of her cou- with Clarence Hatfield atSunday Maple sin, Miss Bettie Ballard, a sister, of Bland Ballard to John Brandenburg. Swamp. Mr. L. Hatfield and wife, Mr. Sam Mr. Kelley J. Francis, wife and visited at Mr. E. G. daughter, Salhe Day Francis, return- Baugh and-wif- e Bai'gh's Saturday night. ed to their home at Middelsboro WedMr. John Rogers and sons have nesday, after a vist to her father, moved their mill from near Parlor S." Hocker. Mr. J. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Keeton, near Grove and will set it up at the spring Hubble, are receiving congratulations on his larm recently purchased from upon the birth of a little daughter in the J. K. Young heirs. The cottage" prayer meeting was their home. She has been named Su- held at the home of r.ir. John Rogers sanna Brown. last Saturday night. On account of Mrs. Luvicia Martin left Thursday the shorter nights work on for Perryville, whete she will spend the farm they have and thethe Satur closed I several days with friends and rela day night meetingsfor a while. The tives before going to Princeton, Ind., Thursday night meetings at the for a visit of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce of church will continue. Rev. Wright will preach here Sat Stanford, motored over in their handsome new car and spent Sunday with urday night, bunday and Sunday Mrs. Green Turley, Sr. Richmond night. d, Mc-Rober- ts, reads: "J began uslns Peruna a few months ago when my health and strength were all gone, and I was nothing but a nervous wreck. Could not' sleep, eat or rest properly, and felt no desire to live. "Three bottles of Peruna made me look at life In a different light, as I began to regain my lost strength. While my recovery .took nearly four months, at the end of that time I was better than I ever I had a splendid had been before. color and never weighed more in my and farm here. The Lexington Leader tells of the death of Mrs, Susan M. Gastineau, of that city, grandmother of Miss Lucile Gastineau, of the Graaed School faculty. She. was 9! years old and is survived by several children including John Gastineau of Garrard. This office acknowledges with thanks an invitation to "be present at a special session of the Kentucky Educational Association at the First Christian Church at Louisville, Wednesday, April 21st, in honor of James Lane Allen, the author. County Attorney Rodman Keenon. of Mercer county, who is a candidate for the democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney, was here Thursday, shaking hands. He spent some time out in the county meeting the voters. He was the guest of his Drother-m-laDr. T. W. Pcnmnjrton, while here. Wr K. Warner and family were in Lexington Wednesday. Mr. Warner went over to look after a job of heating his firm is putting in there. Looks strange, doesn't it, that Stanford should be called on for such work when there are scores of plumbing firms in Lexington? But Warner & Bower advertise in the I. J. and the others no not. The Lexington Herald contained a picture of the banquet given by the Maxwell automobile people at the Phoenix Hotel there. Seated at the table are Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, Mrs. W. M. Bright, Mrs. William Morrison Bright and Mr. Hubert C. Carpenter, of this city. The latter is the hustling and indefatigable representative of the company. News comes from Paducah that Sam B." Caldwell is quite sick. This will be unwelcome news to his many friends in this county, who know and admire the big and brainy gentleman. Mr. Caldwell went to school at Hustonville and he told the writer on one occasion that one of the greatest pleasures he had in life was an occasional visit to the scenes of his boyhood there. Increased business and added wealth have not caused him to forget his friends in this county, who while sincerely re gretting his illness, indulge the hope that he may be spared to visit them again acf again. w, V MM Yfkrfe&g ATTRACTIVE SPRING STYLES For Little Fellows Mild spring time days says it's time to discard "winter clothes. We show a collection of Boys' Suits moderately priced to encourage mothers to purchase their boy's requirements here. J At this place we offer PERFECTION clothes, the best we carry, the best your boy could wear. Rigid care in their making is readily recognized in the beautiful finish, the charming style that preC vails. Values are enhanced by smartness of the models. Latest types of Norfolks are here galore. ' Among them, detachable belt coats shirred back Norfolks patch pockets a plenty. Splendid Spring Suits of charming designs in beautiful patterns at $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $5, $7.50 and $8. If you visit our store you'll find we have just what you want in a boys suit and anything else you need shirts, hats hosiery and all. HOW FRENCH PEOPLE CURE STOMACH TROUBLE A household remedy of the French neasantrv. consisting ot pure vegetable oil, and said to possess wonderful merit in the treatment oi stomach, liver and intestinal troubles, has been introduced in this country by George H. Mayr, who for twenty years has been one of the druggists of Chileading down-tow- n cago and who himself was cured by its use. So quick and effective is its action that a single dose is usually enough to bring pronounced relief in the most stubborn cases, and manypeople who have tried it declare they never heard of anything to produce such remarkable results in so short a time It is known as Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and can now be had at all leading drug stores. It is .sold with the positive understanding that your money will be refunded without question or quibble if ONE bottle fails to give you absolute FLAT WOODS. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Brown visited his father, J. J. Brown,-- near Ottawa Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Craig, of Spi-rvisited her sister, Mrs. Walter Brown Sunday night. Mr. B. S. Paynter sold his farm to Walker Menefee for $1,250. Mr. Paynter is thinking of going to West Virgina. Mrs. Water Brown and sons, Joseph L. and Berlin visited her parents. Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Elder and pretty little daughter, Violette Evelyn visited R. P. Muncie, near Buck Creek Saturday night and Sunday. John Elder purchased a cow and calf from B. S. Paynter for $50. Oscar Elder of the Glades, visited Wilie and Stevie Elder Saturday night. John and G. M. Elder engaged a bunch of hogs to James Thompson, near Preachersville at six and a half cents a pound. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Smith and granddaughter, Geneva, visted James Adams last Sunday. o, Phillips & Phillips "Stanford's Best Boy's Shop" You Can Buy Cheaper At Lyons' Busy Cash Store. CREPES, cotton and silk voiles, fancy chiffons, band and edge trimmings. A complete line of gents' furnishings. : : : Don't forget to ask for cash tickets at this store. :::::: Climax-Madisonia- n. from a Miss Lucile 'Crow has returned five-week- s' The Bargain Store SALEM & SALEM STANFORD, KY. Spring Millinery EMPORIUM, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Our buyers have returned from the city and Wednesday, March 17th, we will have our line ready for your inspection. Prices as usual, Lower than elsewhere. Come and be convinced. Our Spring Line now complete with all of St. Joe, Mo. There were about fifteen who enjoyed this sumptuous dinner. Mrs. Harry Gibbs and little son, who have been visiting her father, Mr. E. C. Hopper, at Hustonville were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Lee Huffman and Miss Annie Huffman on their way to Washington, D. C. Lexington Leader. Mr. and Mrs. Bohon Campbell and little daughter, of Stanford, were guests on Sunday of Mrs. Campbell's mother, Mrs. Joanna Ball. Mrs. Stephen Walker and little daughter, Georgetta, of Hustonville, are guests of Mrs. W. A. Dickerson. Miss Kath-erin- e Harris, of Stanford, is visiting her grandparents, Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Lancaster Record. Allie Logan, of Kansas Citv. is in town today. ,He stopped by-o- n his return from Knoxville, where he had been to visit his parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Logan. He found them 4 both in feeble condition, his mother being an invalid of several years' standing. Mr. Logan is with his un cle, Mr. J. S. Hocker, and grand- uiutner, wirs. iuin nocKer. Club, in Lexington. She will return to Lexington the first of May to be under Miss Cochran's 'instruction. Danville Messenger. Mrs. Lee H. Stone entertained at her home on Logan street Thursday at an elegant dinner in honor of her sisters, Mrs. Will Stone, of this city and Mrs. Sam Spoonamore, of Hubble and Mr! and Mrs. Robert Goff, of stay at the Studio WOMAN COULD HARDLY STAND Because of Terrible Back ache. Relieved by Lydia . Who Can Doubt Sworn Testimony of Honest Citizens? Some time ago I began the use of 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 tinu ; I could not sleep so much pain that my and suffered husband and children had to lift me in and out of bed. After this time two friends sent me word to try Swamp-Roo- t, which I did. and I am glad to state that the first dose gave me great relief. After taking the third dose 1 was helped into nett ana. siepr, half of the night. I took several bottles of Swamp-Ro- ot and I feel that I owe my life to this wonderful remedy. The two family doctors said that I could not live three months. I would have to be helped in and out of the bed ten to twenty'times every night. After takfor two ing Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rodays I was entirely free from getting up and could sleep soundly. MKS. L. JU. UliiiJnAlN, , Tunnelton, W. V. Personallv anneared before me, this 11th of September, 1909, Mrs. D; E. Hileman, who subscribed the above statement and mado oath that the same is true in 'substance and in fact. , JOSEPH MILLER Notary Public. f ot ot Lyons' Busy Cash Store. J. W. Taylor, Manager. te-- Next to Postoffice, Stanford, Ky. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. !' Philadelphia, Pa. "I suffered from displacement and inflammation, and had ' !. ' ' ''! !'?!'' such pains in my sides, and terrible backache so that I could hardly stand. I took six bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham'3 l. - pound, and now I can do any amount of work, sleep good, eat good, and don?t have a bit of trouble. JP recommend LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to every suffering womam." Mrs. HARRY Vegetable Com- Puritan Under Muslins line of Muslin Underwear. We have just opened and placed on sale some excellent values in : these goods. 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 Corset Covers at 25c, 35c, 50c and $1.00 Drawers at 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 Skirts at Gowns, long sleeve and Kimona styles 50c, $1.00, $1.50, and $2.25 at $1.00 and $2.00 Princess Slips aL You will be pleased with the workmanship and good taste in the designing of these garments. .We have the exclusive agency for this famous When Motoring to ....DANVILLE.... Stop At The the fabrics. Clearance Sale-stil- l on. -- See our Ladies' Suits at $5 and $7.50. ; C Yours for Fair Exchange, ; Shop Perfect , Ana ' Refresh. Yourself in our Soda ParUr. i .' -. CHS. WHEELER, Huitonviui Ky.j SHOP PXRFClP ' IaenMrteiJL" s. . damville, ,. Xr.m f , 1 , '4SJIW Danger Signals to Women Send ten, cents to Dr. Xilmer & are what one physician called backache, Co., Binghamfov N., Y. for a sample headache, nervousness, and the blue?. size bbttle. It will convince, anyone: In many eases they are symptoms, of You will' also receive, a bo.ekiet, of seme female vafeable "information, telling about, matorr. ukerative tfas kidneys and ladder, Wherr writtie overcome bt taking Tink- ing h stfre- - and mention the' Stan- hS& TMterktr Journal.' Reshsiar fifty' ham's vegetable cooai of AmeTtean won size bottles for "fcent and Us vjrte 20-- 2 sale at aH drug stores: y -- Providence, R. I; carnot speak1 too highly of your Vegetable Compound as, it has done wonders for me and I would not be without it I' had a displacement, bearing down.and backache, until I could hardly stand and was thoroughly run down when I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It helped me and I am in the best of health at present. I work in a factory all day long besides doing my housework so you Letter to can see what.it has done forme. Tgive Dr. Kilmer Co., you permission' to publish my name and I speak of your Vegetable Compound to BinghamteB, N. Y. l many of my friends. "Mrs. Abril Law-so- n, Prove Wkt Swamp-Ro126 Lippitt St., .Providence, R. L For Yon -ot usher Iras juniata street, rnuadei-phiPa. Another Woman's Case. a, 'l ::::::: Will De SEVERANCE & SON Lethfe i :::::::::: - - it one-doll- ar - I. . 1 jDiint your hore and jack cards. h "v i4. -- . - f ; Jhui, ' . , K - iA lifts'"''5 - A3 ,T r ' -" -- . r5 tH IS 1& Sfi t t The Interior Journal, requires a food tonic that will rapidly build up wasted tissue StanfordKentucty. Friday, April 1 6, 9J 5 1 i? A Convalescent Corn-Ma- Cock Robin, jr. Spotted Stallion Pony, by Cock Robin, the great show pony. 51 inches tall, perfectly broken to ride and drive. Can rack and trot like a big horse. Will make' the Season of 1915 at our premises, the Walker farm, 2 miles from Danville . on the Stanford pike, at $15 to iusure a live colt Cock Robin has won wherever shown. See him before you breed. . v .00. is a most reliable prescription which we always recommend for that purpose. Penny's 'Drug Store. contalnina Ihivovhosvhilet Emulsion Olive Oil "GETS-- I Ust V' lt'$ Surt Hakes Corns Vanish Like Magic! A hard cap of skin makes up every corn. When you put 2 drops of "GETS-IT- " on lt.it shrivels up and comes right off aad there's your corn gone by thunder I Simple as taking off your bat I That's Farm and Stock News' . John , S. Baughman, 588-- 6, Phones 523 and Danville, :: Kentucky. Skin "We Sufferers-Rea- d! want all skin sufferers who have I The effect of D. D. T. is to soothe in- years torj.ure,s of jstantly. as soon as applied; then it " sought ,:Ii trates the pores, destroys and throis an vain, to read this. oft all disease germs and leaves the TVe, as old established druggists of this community, wish to recommend to skin clean soand healthy. VTe are confident of the marvelous you a product that has given many relief and may mean the end of your power of D. D. D. that we have taken agony. The product is a mild, simple advantage of the manufacturers guarwash, not a patent medicine concocted of antee, to offer you a full-siz- e bottle on various worthless drugs, but a scientific compound made of well known antiseptic trial. You are to judge the merits of ingredients It is made in the D.D.D. the remedy in your own particular case. laboratories of Chicago and is called the If it doesn't help yon, it costs you S.D.D. Prescription for Eczema. nothing. This is a doctor's special prescription D. D. D. Soap is made of the same . one that has effected many wonderful healing ingredients. Ask us about it. cures. NEW STANFORD DRUG COMPANY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. m??? f,r TaY 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 Saturday, April 24 of Self-Binder left-hande- 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 stacks of Timothy Hay, 300 shocks of Fodder, 1 Deering in fine condition, 1 good Wheat Drill, 2 .good d Turning Plows, No. 20. 100 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. GARVIL BURTON, Administrator of Y. W. Burton. WHEN YOU PAINT USE "The Brand That Satisfies " and the 13th day of April, and they are all alive. S. S. Ralls, of Sharpsburg, sold the past week the black jack, King Yel- berton, 16 hands high, to JamesrRalls, of Millersburg, for $1,250. Mr. Ralls rived and measure from 3 feet 3 2 also sold a black jack to James Hut-sel- l, CONSUMPTION TAKES inches, to 3 feet 6 inches, and built of Montgomery county, for $750. in proportion. It will pay you to inHouston Lane, of Bath county bought vestigate Tolbert and his colts before of Mr. Ralls a pair of draft mares for breeding your mares. Will endeavor 350 PEOPLE DAILY to $425, and the Percheon stallion, Hero, avoid all accidents but will not be was sold by Mr. Ralls to Stone & Over 350 people succumb to con- responsible should any happen. C. M. Riggs of Morefield for $750. sumption every day in the United States. 'BACK & SONS, Moreland, Ky. Science proves that the germs only thrive when the system is weakened from A FINE DRAFT STALLION A prudent mother is always on the colds or sickness, overwork, confining AND A GREAT SHETLAND watch for symptoms of worms in her duties or when general weakness exists. children. Paleness, lack of interest in The best physicians point out that I arranged with S. H. Baughplav, and peevishness is the signal for during changing seasons the blood should man havestand his black draft stallion to WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. A be made rich and pure and active by takBLACK few doses of this excellent remedy ing Scott's Emulsion after meals. The cod which sired the colts JOE sold at his which puts an end to the worms and the liver oil in Scott's Emulsion warms the sale last fall at prices that made evchild soon acts naturally. Price 25c body by enriching the blood ; it peculiarly take 1,500 per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug strengthens the lungs and throat, while it erybody is a notice. He weighs boned pounds, Store, Stanford, & Lyne Bros., Crab upbuilds the resistive forces of the body and a dandy. Will make the big season at to avoid colds and prevent consumption. my Orcahrd. farm in Somerset pike at $10. If you work indoors, tire easily, feel ENRIQUE To the Christian Bible Schools of languid or nervous, Scott's Emulsion is the I will also stand the registered n most strengtheniugfood-medicin- e known. Lincoln County. winner Enrique, the best Shetis totally free from alcohol or any The Governor of Kentupky has pro- It land pony stallion in this part of the claimed Sunday, April 25yas "Go To stupefying drug. Avoid substitutes. state, at $10. See both of these before Scott & Itownc. Eloomfield. Jf. J. Sunday School Sunday." It is desired you breed. by the State board as well as your Will also stand a young jack to county president that all the Bible PUBLIC SALE serve a few mares at $8. Schools of our church shall make an M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. especial effort to have the largest pos556 Acres of Blue Grass Land sible attendance on that day. Also Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. As executrix 1 will sell publicly, report attendnnce to "Weekly BulleI can save you money, can fill your Begin your campaign for atWednesday, May 12, 1915 tin. barrel, or sell you a No. 1, tendance next Sunday. D. M. Walk- on the premises the homestead of the steel barrel with faucet, 50 galer, President. late John J. Craig, deceased, known lon capacity, at a low figure, and fill as Waveland, embracing 556 acres, same with the best oil at low prices, Frosts Have Done No Damage. situated in Boyle county, Ky., on the saving you from $1 to ?2. Mr. John H. Engleman, who , is Danville and Hustonville turnpike, If you cannot make arrangements probably the best gardener and fruit about one mile south- - of Danville, through your merchant, call or phone raiser in this section of the State, where are located the great schools Standard Oil Agent, J. W. SWEENtells the I. J. that the recent frosts for young ladies and young men, the EY, Lancaster, Ky. Phone 152. 30 have done no damage to either fruit Kentucky College for Women and or vegetation. Central University, and also a Preparatory School for boys, and two ModVice President Thomas E. Marshall ern High Schools. This farm is withhas been telegraphed an invitation to in 30 minutes drive of the passenger deliver the principal address on stations of the Q. & C. and southern Greater Fraternal day at Lexington, Railways at Danville and the L. & N. May -2 I pei-fec1-! ! four-year-ol- d, blue-ribboH-42 up-to-d- ate John J. Cozatt has sold his flouring mill at Parksville toCharles E. Powell, of Perryville. Selby & Nunnelley, sold 21 head of calves to W. O. Walker this week at $32.50 a head. M. J. Farris, Jr., of Danville, sold two teams of mare mules to Tilford Alexander at $200 per team and two teams, same age and kind to J. N. Chrisman for$400. Mitchell Taylor, of Boyle sold 12 hogs to J. C. Johnston at seven cents a pound. The bunch averaged 216 ) , pounds. Mitchel Taylor, of Boyle is arrang- Doa't Warte Time "Hollering." GETS-IT.- " ing to plant seventy-fiv- e acres of land World' Soapiest Nerer Fail. in hemp. He' will also put out thirty-seve- n why have gone wild over acres of tobacco.' "GETS-IT- " nothing like It ever knopn. shipped to A. Some folks, to this day, putter around Harris & Woods Hourigan, of Marion, yesterday a with bandages, sticky tape, thick plasters, Red Berkshire pig of rich breeding corn "pulling" salves, gouge corns out with knives, snip them with nlssors, for which they got a snug sum. and E. C. Jordan, of the St. Asaph make them bleedrid ofthen howl because get sore Hotel, sold to R. C. Arnold, half a they can't " There's nothing corns. Use "GETS-Ito do but dozen extra nice hogs this week, that apply 2 drops. The work is done, "GETS-IT- " totalled 2,100 pounds in weight. They does the rest. No pain, no fussing, no went at over six and a half cents a changing shoes, no limping. It never fails. Try It tonight for any corn, callus, pound. Be sure that you get A dispatch from Lexington to the wart or bunion. nothing else. "GETS-IT- " and Cincinnti Enquirer this week said "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists everythat a jjarae lien owned by George where, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by S. Paul, near the Kentucky Association Lawrence & Co., Chicago. race course, 13 months old, laid 13 Sold in Stanford and recommended eggs in 13 successive days, was set on as the world's best corn cure by the 13 eggs and hatched 13 chickens Shugars Drug Store. two-year-o- MASON'S GAP. The farmers are getting ready to plant corn in this community. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kirk were out to see Mrs. James Davis Sunday. ,MLst,ei ornoe Burk and Elizabeth Davis spent the day at Maywood Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miracle visited Mx-- . and Mrs. A. 1. Thompson Sunday. Quite a number of young people from here attended church at Blue r Lick Sunday night. be- - church at Mr. J. E. There will RobbinS' the first Sunday in May. All are invited to come. Misses Pearl Hooker and Elizabeth Davis were the welcome guests of Miss Cordie Miracle Saturday even- All Blood AstMislmig - Disorders Quickly Driven Away ' W Results With ibt Greatest BltW Purifier Ever Discovered. AW Jssk V ST issssT T bsWVbsssss ,BSBSSSUMBSSSSSlSiBVMiiiBBBSSlS. ,05 I if V iLsBSSSSSSSSSSV IjIS3 9 im.ssssssssssi BSSsW bsSSSSsV H ld Corn-Cur- e, corn-millio- T sugars of our daily food. If you desire skillful advice upon any Not only this, but if from the presence matter concerning the blood and skin TOLBERT. of some disturbing poison there is a local write to The Swift Specific Co.. 205 Swiffc or general Interference of nutrition to Bldg. Atlanta. Ga. Do not allow soma Register 5602 zealous clerk to larrup the atmosphere In Foaled July 8, 1911, will make the cause 'boils, carbuncles, S. abscesses and eloquence over something "Just as good" kindred troubles, S. S. so directs the season at our barn at Moreland at local cells that this poison Is rejected and as S, S. S. Beware of all counterfeits. $10 to insure a live colt. Season due when colt is foaled or mare parted with or moved from the county. Tolbert is a black jack with white points, 15 1- hands high, heavy bone, Mrs. John Stagg died at her home good feet and t in every rema in Harrodsburg Monday after an ill- spect. He made his first season in ness of several months' duration. 1914 and is proving to be a wonder- Capital Stock $75,000.00 Capital Stock $75,000.00 ful sire, some of his colts having ar-- ! Mr. Roy Gerkey, who has been absent for several months, spent a few days with hifc parents at Green River. sV. "y7TM 1 fissistssssltssmstssssssssssisssssl Mr. Willie Miracle spent the day at Strength, Power, Accomplishment are all Typified in S. S. S. Lancaster Monday. Mr,s. E. Z. Burk and daughter, Miss Some blood disorders become deeply ' eliminated from their presence. Florence'were visiting here last week. rooted in the glands and tissues, and the .men, too, s. s. s. nas sucn specie mistake Is made of resorting to drastic stimulation on these local cells as to predrugs. These only aggravate by causing serve their mutual welfare and a propec Attempted Suicide at Ford. troubles. Miss Livia King, of Ford, attempt- other and worse to be true.A host of peo- relative assistance to each other. ple know this They know In a very brief time S. S. S. has tha ed to take her life by jumping in from painful experience. under control front of a train. The engine was near-in- g To get right down into where the blood reconstructive process soare obseved. All that remarkable changes the station when Miss King step- Js vitiated requires S. S. S. the greatest eruptive places heal, mysterious pains and ped out from behind the station and blood purifier ever discovered. aches have disappeared, and from head to This remarkable remedy contains one foot there is a conscious sensation of re- threw herslf upon the track, but a man standing close by succeeded in ingredient, the active purpose of which is newed health. to stimulate the tissues to pulling her away just before the selection of Its own essentialthe healthy Prom the fact that S. S. S. is purely by: nutriment is train reached her. No reason was giv- and the medicinal elements of this match- a botanical preparation. It has acceptedtonic great the weakest stomach and en for her rash act. She is about 30 less lalood purifier are just as essential to influence. Not one drop of drugs or years of age, and has lived at Ford well balanced-healtas the nutritious minerals Is used in its preparation. Ask: all her life. elements of the meats., grains, fats and for S. S. S. and insist upon having ing. "E h it-A- nd The Sign of Safety First RESPONSIBLE SAFE PERMANENT WE OFFER YOU THE BENEFIT OF OUR EXPERIENCE Our business is not experimental. Leaks and losses which exist in the usual Creamery have long ago been overcome by our experts. Nothing Is done by guess work. Our large volume permits big saving in expense the cost of handling each shipper's cream has been reduced to a minimum SYSTEM MANAGEMENT and MONEY protect your shipments and safeguard your profits. .THE TRI-STAT- E HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME Other Creameries have come and gone but the each year has become more and more able to do better and bigger things and make our Patrons more profits. No Ccreamery hopes to do better than we, some try to do as good, while others have ceased trying a long time ago. We have consistently followed the policy of dealing direct, seeing and sampling every shipper's cream ourselves and paying the producer all the profit. It is so easy to ship cream to the as we use the sour cream, simply sending a can once or twice a week, depending upon your facilities for keeping it cool. FREE CANS FOR 30 DAYS' TRIAL ARE SENT PREPAID UPON REQUEST. Every shipment is guaranteed against loss or damage in transit, and paid for Spot Cash. Tri-Sta- te Tri-Sta- te Our Price this week is 311-2- c for Butter-Fat-. 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. FOR SALE! Harness, 31. HORSE BUSINESS GETTING GOOD The breeding season is upon us again, and we want to again urge upon the owners of brood mares not to neglect the mating of their mares to the best stallion in the community in which they live Do not be discouraged by the past eight months of hard times. It has only been a blessing in disguise, and he who takes time by the forelock and mates his mares with good sires will be the one that will have something that will bring in the money in the next few years. Good horses are scarce, they are going to be more so; the prices will go high just as sure as we live, and it behooves every farmer, every breeder to breed his mares and to breed to the best, no matter what the service fee may be. I am telling you the Gospel truth Mr. Breeder. Watch, Wait and See if I am not right. Farmers Home Journal. And while we are talking about breeding mares for colts with which to make horses in a few years, we should not lose sight of the fact that Kentucky Gentleman is one of the best horses in this part of the State to breed to for results. ' Or, if you want a draft horse, keep in mind the big Percheron stallion, Voltaire. Big horses are always in demand. J. Nevin Carter, Stanford, Kentucky H. & W. Pure s3SVlu ii"?vtir -- fesv.-- T- gUTSlOC WHTC - -. -- . PAINT Mf6.CKS. -itb-j' Prepared Paint DURABLE PROTECTS YOUR BEAUTIFIED PROPERTY H. & W. Paint works freely under the brush, covers surface thoroly to stay covered, also leaves an attractive appearance. Never use cheap Paint (the Best is always cheapest in the end) therefore ask your dealer for H. & IV. Pure Prepared Paint and accept no substitute. ON SALE BY y a brick residence, having spacious halls, verandas, furnace and hot and cold water rwl h a f. Ti lt has all necessary farm buildings, sucn as servants nouse, stables, cribs, carriage and ice house, and cattle shed. All stable and stock lots are en closed with stone fencing, and many oi tne aivision tences are stone. A beautiful avenue leads to residence which is surrounded bv forest trees, and to which is attached a lovely garden, now planted, and in a high state of cultivation. At the same time I will sell a herd of splendid Polled Durham cattle, composed of calves, heifers, cows and steers, also some work mules and horses, corn in the crib, carriages and farming imtwo-stormap-nifinien- composed of the best quality of Bluegrass soil, has been owned by John J. Craig and his ancestry for more than 100 years, has never been tired or abused, is in a high state of cultivation, and contains virgin soil, hemp and tobacco land. It is spliendidly improved with Ry., at Shelby City. It is B. G. FOX, Danville, Ky. Wagons, Buggies, Rex Coal Black Star Black Crescent All hot, free Burners No soot, few ashes i'TS&KK VULCAN , PLOWS Fertilizer, Field Fence, Fss." t Ctft SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. years, with 6 per cent, thereon, payable with lien retained on the land. Possession will be given immediately, and all leases and crop contracts will be assigned to nnrchas- 'er. Premises will be shown interested parties. BETTIE CRAIG, Executrix, semi-annuall- y, plements. Sale will begin at 1:30 P. M., and the farm will be sold for d cash, balance of purchase price in equal installments in J, 2, 3 and 4 one-thir- Seeds. Implements, of all kinds. No REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham Trouble to Sell Goods STANFORD, KY. 'ipjiff'ii(ifin!!!".liin ill II' i)rTrfrwniifmMaiy.i' I I It ill iff VPVMVPQVIfS " w by local applications, as they cannot reach the discard jwrtlon of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deafness, nnd that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafuos is caused by - an luUamed condition of the mucous lining of tht- Eustachian Wheu this tube is luflumed you have a Tube. rumbling sound or Imperfect ieaMng, and when is it is. entirely closed Dfiifucss be the result, and unless the inflammation can taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destrojed forever: nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will glTe One Hundred Dollars fqr any case cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure. Deafness Cannot Be Cured Danville, Ky. E. T. "ENCK, Wall Paper, Mattings, Druggets. Our Line Is Very Complete. of Deafness(eaused by catarrh) that cannot be Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY- & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family nils for constipation. PENCE & HILL, Stanford. Everybody Rides'A Ford. We have bought out the Lincoln Garage' and it will be kn$wn here after as "Anderson" Bros. ' Garage." We are prepared to give'the public day - Pu. or night service. We carry a. full line of Ford repairs and can make ?' your old Ford good as new on short' - , notice. Tires, Tubes, OH and Gaso- line ave sell at very small profit. We V also do, delivery work . Air furnished 'free. Cars stored with us will have the best of attention. We. ' ,, ' ' ' solicit your patronage, ' Very respectfully, -r very-reasonabl- A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this West End Folks Who want FRESH MEATS, GROCERIES, BREAD, GAR. DEN SEEDS, FRESH VEGETABLES and the LADIES who need SPRING HATS, will fuTi al these at W. H. LAIR'S at prices lower than anywhere else. Call and see our stock before you buy and you will save bob- - When You Have a Policy Written by Bromley & Bromley Insurance Agents You Know That It Is Worth Face Value When Called For Payment. ;' Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, Plate Glass, etc. "Not Here -- T "Td'T'lIPORTIAND llhhiUcement 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. FO W.H.LAIR, HUSTONVILLE, . : M KY. v SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN CO. CO Cask paid for all kkisls ef itry Preducel Anderson Brothers, Stanford. fir Dty, Bit Ftr AH Ti Ceu-- y Stamford, Kentucky. -- I- - v ' ! jr , V: . ' t. Igjggt .4