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The No. 32 -- i -. v. j.' .fS."V -- rXL- ..r.JSK.Si.iii!...-- ,i . '' m .m i- m XA.i:- - S r 5by i" ' INTER! MORE POLITICIANS T HORSES SHOW AT D'J f. 7? iMrrm. r-- - . r kswb'uB k .T' ''.''ivrav'.B X! m ' i '. - -- .. "fj r:-ML-- f- -- ' - rHkl&rr. BBS Kl m: vyl?lLL. - .r rmmm v - .bikv - f , ?,m.i hl V -- -- ',-- ' ' 'Sf-N - r 7 .. ' i 3- - s - 1- - Vtr v--' iw iiu - own r ??? ??i m rrevpuf. r , Established 1860. 56th Year. GREAT CROWD HEARS Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky,SResdayMril 20, ULLE ijM 5 Vl" . .. i? , - f - Tuesdays and Fridays. G. DOUBLE-TRACKINS. S. Institute at McKendree. C. S. The' Slinrinv school Tncfifnfo lioM nt NEAR KING'S MOUNTAIN SKhW B:; Stated ByrCaHdidte For ."McKendree Methodist church lastt Ihursday and Friday was a great suc Ri&MHtative, SayscW..C. T. U. Candidates and Their Friei lave a "" cess in every way. Large audiences, Surveyors: Endeavoring To Find jk $0--' filled the house to overflow at every Mighty Busy Day in Feasible Route Around Mountain, ', (Contributed) The Stanford W. C. T. U. held a session. Rev. W, E. Arnold, the PreRaces Are Warming To Avoid Another Tunnel very interesting meeting Tuesday aft- siding Elder, had furnished a splendid program which was carried out in ernoon There were just, about as 'many, if Among with Mrs. Lelia Bj Cook. full. The speakers were all well preA corp of surveyors and engineers other not more, candidates and "iaplitical "Representative" discussions that of pared and gave a feast of good things. has been at work around King's cams up. The wom- Rev. boosters on hand at Danville'Monday en agreed that if they had the "say Tenn.,Charles D. Bulla, of Nashville, Mountain for the past week or so, as there were horses and it wsrHSrse so" they Superintendent of the Wesley wouldn't anyone for Show Day "in Little Britain They that or any other support, who would Bible Class Department of the Meth- surveying the valleys and passes w'th. office wer.e running all the way fr& Govchurch was present throughout a view to ascertaining if it is possible state his position with reference odist quite ernor down to Assessor,, onefcbr ,two not the and captivated every one with for the Cincinnati Southern railroad measure for State-wid- e Procandidates for that office haying al- to to get over hibition. The good work of Mr. Sauf-le- jr his splendid addresses. The reports that point the mountain barrier at ready started in the good coMnty of without the necessity of received from the various pastoral in the last legislature was so perBoyle, and that race is not tiff 1917. tunnel. fectly satisfactory that a motion car- charges showed progress on every going through the mile-lon- g Most interest during the dajEseem-- j work is preliminary Dr. Thompried, asking" him to again represent point, and in some lines fine advances This of ed to center in the contest, ipr the' that city, says', to the double county and we promise him have been made during the past year. son, Democratic nomination for .Circuit Lincoln help The hospitable homes of the people tracking of that jailroad through at our command we can- of Hubble were Judge, between Judge Char Ees A. all the Lincoln county, the accommodations thrown open but. we Hardin, of Mercer, and Hon. (iharles not vote should acan work and pray.be- entertainment of delegates for the of the tunnel being sufficient for but from a Why church member C. Fox, of Boyle. Both were o l?hand distance and on Friday the good wo- a single track. long to the. and each had a bunch of b Asters we belong: W. C. T. U.? We answer, men served on the ground a dinner Dr. Thompson, who was in Stanbusy for him. Friends of Jud HEmar- which for quality and abundance ford last week, was telling of the acwe believe that the din from Lincoln, Garrard an Mer- - liquor se being by the railroad traffic is the greatest obstacle could not be surpassed. Everything tivity double-trackin- displayed operations. Accer were present, and it has de oped in the way of. g conspired to make the Institute a fine in its the triumph of Christ success, that the Judge has a very dinsid- - and His church in the, world. and its influence will h fm-- cording to the terms of the long K ' ,. It is eraoie iouowing in his oppo fentfs blockading the highways along which reaching. lease by which the Southern Railroad home county ot .Boyle, led to is operating the Cincinnati, New Orcome the King, rn His beauty and g hustler, John B.-- Stout.. must Triumphal leans and Texus Pacif ie Railway from Expression Contest Please. Reien cannot be " Master Commissioner, under--- : jfidge His A large audience was greatly pleas- Cincinnati to Chattanooga, it is to reushered dn",until. the dramshop is. turn the road to the city of Cincinnaed with A feature of the day, howevei jrwas wcareuaway ana institutions tor held by the Junior Expression contest ti, its owner, at the end of the lease, the pupils of Miss Esther man's elevation are substituted. The the presence in Danville of ar, Burch at the High School building with the entire system double-tracke- d altars- of our church are "pitinblyof Mercer county democrats, 1 the young "men and the pitfall of last Friday night. The expression pu- a terms of the lease demanding that Squire Bob Black, of Harrodi certain per cent of the profits made pils were assisted by the music pupils vice'ae crowded. boosting for Mr. Fox. It is underi on the road "'Second We belong, b.ecause there of Miss Ellen Ballou and a pleasing permanent shall be expended upon, that if Fox wins for Judge, improvements of the road, is a" disposition pn; the part of so many program was rendered. The addresses Black will be Master Commissio is one church' members to shirk and n1nt and recitations of the young, folks in each year, and double-trackin- g Mercer. Squire Black says th'a ;.jthefyu'den Ion others consequently the contest were all verv rnnd nnrl of these required. Fox has a large following iri Dr says that one of uic'iHuuaca 1MU tunsecraieu, .yorKer testified eloquently to the splendid chief Ihompson of the road has the cer county. Fox men were cla engineers for souls must organize, agitate and wors 'wnicn jviiss .Burch is doing. A that a secret poll of the city of the belief that it will be cheapr. cry aloud inbehalf of the lost. great many who heard the speeches rodsburg showed that a major! Thirdv-W- belong, because,, while declared that this course of pynrps. er in the long run for another tunneL the democrats there were for Kinds' sion ought to be compulsory in all to be dug alongside the thiljeyiF.of. the liquor traffic is' over Hardin, but friends of the! universally acknowledged by the Pudhc scnoois. rirst prize to the Mountain tunnel, than to" endeavor indignantly denied this rumor, a to build through any of chuch'es,, yet there are weapons young men entered was awarded to passes which intersect the valleys or ,is said that otters were made by the mountain whigEVfinust be wielded against this George Fleece Farris. son of Mr. and am men to bet that Hardin wil trafjftei'before it is. abolished, which Mrs. Geaajie H. Farris. .whose subfecfc in that section of the county. Surveys only get a larger majority ia M :." Miss Margaret Shanks, have been made several times in the De. ireeiy advocated un- . than Fox does, in Boyle, but tha : auspices oe the church Mr. and Mrs. W. C. past, of a possible route around the of Id also bet that Hardin will ,c of them diitdissension. The chure first prize among the mountain but none says Dr. has ever our counties of the district. been satisfactory, H ciaMaitnat the legalized ject being "Maclame's son, and it seemss probably Thompis getting warmer right alj that when lsn".uT and yet by. theirl K. Todd, Mrs. T. J. promises to be a hummer be; the double-trackin- g eperations reach sanation its perpetuation" cRoberts Kngs' Mountain, another ary day rolls around in Au'e that the brewery and distillery was brought here by the father to the Wi tunnel will theyfirdtection of the govi 4 e three candidates for Coi were in the same class. home of his mother, Mrs. Jessie of be blasted through the mountains vESBrthr We belong, bi Replying to the charge that pro- Stagg, where brief funeral services h's Attorney were also on old tunnel. .W.rtC!f T-- XJ. wines out deno: Hears Clark. alongside thedouble hibition would be confiscation, he de- were held this morning by Dr. C. H. in J5BHHMHM91?7TTnr Me. and were very busy during the? m. Workf .,of t.V''j unristian worK- agams T uns CrowdWincheste! .t . tracking Governors of Tennes A bunch of hustling Lincoln, cc&ilty The turday: Cincinnati Southern is now in-on the nied that prohibition of any business Greer, of the Methodist church. The see, Illinjbis, prog-re- ss commpn foe to all, and "realizes the Hon. H. V. McC Florida and Ohio to have democrats went over to tell thps day af-that lives and thrives upon human burial followed in Buffalo cemeterv. from Fishing Creek in the lower yrayer that "they all may be ternoon made an bavjgr's one of section of Lincoln, to Science Hill,, in Uoyle that Judge John Sam'Owi miseries and woes is confiscation of Just a year ago Mr. and Mrs. Stagg the Directors present. one3C5" the largest crowd will' go out of this county witn?p property. er out Pulaski county. A large portion of a little child. lost Fifths We belong, because the to hear a political Pleased the Middleburg People. tically a solid vote behind""himi.' ke an the roadway south from Cincinnati He denied that State-wid- e prohibimissionary work of all our churches address an mtere: The McKinney Dramatic Society they did some fine work f orHurfed idacy. has been doubled-tracked, tion vtould seriously disturb the State Buying Lots of Country Produce. and much is handicapped in foreign couatires Mr. JVIcChesnev ing the day. A presented the amusing play, of MeSoi lm- - double-trackin- g and coming to the county unit law has also been done in W. M. Merriman, the popular pror J arUevt Wedding" at Middleburg"The Mercer democratsnumber" putting um sent out from this and mensely popular v to a c, as Tennessee. were he took up the argument that the It will be but a very bifter; of Christian lands to the there were so man room years now until the entire lengthfew. county unit law should be given a fair duce man, one Moreland, had a car of houe Saturday night and some goou ucjvs ipr vajunty sAtLoai eggs and of fj&yes.whom our missionaries are when the speaker or live poulUy on any this magnificent railway system will 5tasd the audience. Mrs. R. W. Kee'non of 'that? 9p'uhj$$ trial before trying the State-wid- e makinK'eVerv sacrifice to reach and had to be. turned track at his town Saturdav aftern , wlio is in charge atts-ssed be double-tracke- d of the friends, of Enmiet fury ear IxiW plan. s from beginning to for the are "made with citizeus the great speech m pu- e.ry an.jcus to present. seeking" put.;iri l This appeal, he said, had misled and. ready and ships Pittsburg 'market. $ end. The Queen. & Crescent is one, of weekly between buys ui.' mw'cuuairyto sena tnousanas oi lar candidate for Stanford an.-- would like The the greatest railway systems in Amercaught some good men who have "".j worth of country pr gallorispf 'runiper ddy to the Free speaker was repeati deveJopmeMfthi"8'r-i6no with some-- , church or some new "v"? ded ica and spares jio pains to secure the helped conspicuously the cause of U00 to 5(5,000 consequence duce, and times in the ci" concerning- have spread in someHBHtijilyJs States,Q'f the. Congo. jVIrs. Mary Lea- - and met with . the all safety, comfort. and convenience of. temperance in the progress that has easy with as good w lh J housewives in hi s vittj,;purf irst' rtfuhd the world mis- ost im- - its patrons. g' of the clever perform-- . nae aiso wnspejftu been made in recent years, and he territory. the sionaryi;ouna, wnoie,'yniages, urtmlc portant subject touchift iiy him was for other thought the argument might have j !.?. ik.'iruur vnristian rjngianu that nart with ,refeVfnrft to state-taxing a- 1nanann.,1 JV some force if the iiquornterests had Getting F.air Catalogue Ready. Attention, Ajtlo Drivers. w 4hii iteu estates, wnen sne ar-i- wme yiumuiuon 4ltA' dwelt at al, JNewi '.Notes.. accepted in good faith andobeyed the message, of gospel purirv lentrth on the The ordinanceviigainst fast driving .. systems' county unit and other law; At a meeting" Saturday- - afternoon, pPPKr''- '3?$H jn'Graysja .GocL have nitv- on us' for! of the- state an s within the qfvJStanfprrd will. e would one They have not done thisv-hsaid. ft; theseviaafivea jgff jossflfcrte f?rffeWrarstanrdfH'ugri8ri9 ififiacdy-srwli- i Unfit ViVCl and the situation is such the iziemm-w-'Bv-a message only; a ievv goodhn tne ounaing fcmif"Of-Tsttemperance people shguld se and 20, the catalogue committee re g 6iae!flpew5fe Jhatftfxjcjfcl reasen have been hinted at, why no farther in the wnrk nftilaeiaiHfiaLataCJWKMWtetWltirinH;! ported that good headway was beincr yester- - governor were at Danville Local Men State Christian women should belong to the tha" 5 miles an hour. The fine at the big crowd made and that in a few weeks the trmTiBt'KeepTn perpetual and UUV 'PVT 1 X per share. Fire Marshal of W. C. T. U. Oh, women heed God's A number of hausting political warfare to preserve is from 5 to $100 for each offence. been copy would be turned over to the You had better beware. A. B. Flor t They rire watering tobacco plant Frankfort with Mar- call to you! Join the Stanford W. C. summoned to M Mi i testify printer. It is intended that the prewhat they have already won. impson county to prevent shal Mose T. U. and in addition-t- o your church in circuit court th ence, Mayor. B. D. Carter, Chief ParksToiBBBpne, adMi r o u ch r mium list shall go out at least two "State prohibition," he said, "will from dying. Only one rain in a lot of time boostinior State work, work for Him along the lines of by a man named 32-- 2 BgroBKt place months in advance of the exhibition put an end to this ceaseless and bit- Police. in that county since Feb- - Auditotr Henry M. Bosworth for the prohibition both in State and nation. against the L. & NHHHuKkinanv. this year, in order that those contemter struggle." It is coming, the time for which we nomination. Friends He declared that in every county Commercial Club Meeting Tonight dence of Mrs. William Rai gubernatorialMcChesney and Newman pray. We'll take the world for Christ Owens charges th: BBRWtiB train plating showing stock or floral hall of Stanley, here at night for tflEiMMHs. and exhibits will have abundant time to A meeting of the Stanford Co: unit contest the liquor forces had led by Robert Duncan, and day. and temperance some glad day. endeavored tojwai here prepare them for the scrutiny of the sought to control the election with mercial Club has been called for ear Paint Lick in upper were also at work during the race Interest grows in the governor's till next day for a nHMSflHhe de- - spectators and judges. A number of their money, and had fought each night at the courthouse at 7 as destroyed by fire last each day in this section. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. pot was locked on applications have been made for the election in the courts on every possi- o'clock when special efforts will b Judge John E. Newman, of Bards-towr; made to enlist the active ble technicality. HBlroad various privileges that will be sold servifft af. the. Preshvte- - stood that he has A. Miller, until recently who is a candidate for the place" rian church Wednesday evening, April for $350. Among tWMpWHB who but none have as yet been disposed The liquor interests, he said, were tion of this community in the Dixi el for the Louisville, Hen- - on the State Railroad Commission 91 of 7.9(1 CnKi'nnf "A Mtccinno will go from here WKKKBHt the oi. A dozen bands have written that not content merely to fight adverse Highway and the Boone Highway. Al t. Louis railroad and a now held by Billy Klair, of Lexingrailroad that the de legislation and its enforcement, but of the members of the club are urge they want to make music for the oclawver in Western Ken ton, got in during the day, and was Deacon." Acts 8. are E. L. Reinhart, casion, and the committee on music, have pursued and fought every public to be present. tucky, ilied at his home at Owensboro. kept busy shaking hands with the voRev. Joseph Ballou will preach at man who has not stood with them; Mayor Donn Roberts and fourteen ters. He seemed to receive a cor- McCormack's church next Sunday at H. Mershon, J. CjMHRR and Messrs. J. N. Menefee, Jr., George L. others. Penny and T. A. Rice wil have a West End Lands Third Game. have been perniciously active in priother Teirre Haute politicians, convictHe expects to be 11 o'clock, and organize a Sunday large list to select from when the "7 maries, conventions and legislative The third game of the spring series ed of ele'cdk"afcfrauus started for the dial reception. shortly as he is mak- school. Tell all you see, and send Lincoln's Assessment Stands. caucuses, and have done more to de- between Stanro'-time for a decision arrives. LeavenwoiiMMfcitentiary Sundav in in Lincoln veryof the 32 counties of word to the balance. and Hu.stonville ing a canvass bauch voters, corrupt elections and was won by the West End ball tossers a special :BaBBBiMMBBifcUiQi3r. ra nkfort that The meeting at the Presby Rev. Noel's 73rd Birthday. destroy respect for laws than have all there last wees tn-- i the series now Lincoln, IntervaflEmKiHIMtftfL States the district. S. Eubank, of Lexington, church at Hustonville, conduc .Prof, R. other influences combined. Boyle, stands two to out ir their iavor. By in the Rev. R. R. Noel, of Stanford, spent who is well known in Stanford, where Dr. J. A. Trostle, came to He also referred lo the fact that .ieavy hilt.::ij i!.ev le:at-ne, Madi- - a most enjoyable day with his daughSunford ducted he formerly taught, was on hand, urg- Sunday night. There were no they have ruthlessly in several in- 12 to 7. Tu- box d Trimbe u the game is urged lnaTHBaBeiHHKnaaHH ing his candidacy Sunfor State Superin- results as far as confessions a stances used the boycott on certain as follows: Hate dis- - ters, the Misses Noel at Danville and Wilson signetr - :i cerned, but there was a general uwurv.- .imBHirH!'?TianH' ind bv the day. It was his 73rd birthday tendent of Public Instruction. newspapers that have individuals and AB PO A E H tl.lt. La. Till HHiWII Hustonville ' missionaries. EIasT-ening of the church members, a num State Board of Equanzanon, which they entertained a number of friends valiantly and ably fought on the side Conway, 2nd 5 4 4 2 1 The body of Rob ertT9HHflin. ber telling the evangelist that they tentatively raised the assessment of and relatives at dinner in his honor, Hot Judicial Race. of temperance, and in at least two McMullin, cf ...... 5 2 0 0 1 iounci in a tnicKet on a ion had been greatly benefitted by his farm lands in Carroll 12 per cent.; and made the occasion a memorable they Eads, 3rd The judicial races in the cities of the commonwealth 5 3202 near Memphis, is on its way to .Louis district preaching. Dr. Trostle will begin a Gallatin, 10 per cent.; Henry 5 per one for him. He will spend the reboldly and flagrantly ran the saloonsl JSandidge, c 5 2 1 0 2 ville, where the young salesman disapmainder of the week there, as their meeting at the Silver Creek Presbywide open on bunday. o 2 213 peared last Monday after receh mg a have developed into a finish fight be- terian church, near White's Station in cent. ; Owen, 10 per cent. Final raises guests. This grand old man, who has Riffe, ss tween the rival Republican factions closing, he said he had for ten Hicks, p In 5 per cent, 5 1502 promotion. Madison county, next Sunday morn- were made of and Webster on farm spent his life in work for the Masyears made the best fight he could Murphy, 1st lands in Trigg counties ter's cause, is 5 13 211 In order that he may be with his for mastery in the August primary. ing at 11 o'clock. 602 for the gradual elimination of intem- Thomas, If and of 8 per cent, on land and 5 per gratulated upon being generally con5 0 child, who is critically ill with pneu- Circuit Judge Judge B. J. Bethurum his birthday celebraRev. Homer W. Carpenter, presi- cent on lots in Marshall. perance from the State and had borne Bell, rf 0 001 monia, President Wilson issued a par- and Prosecutor M. L. Jarvis are being tion, and hopes are expressed that he opposed by H. C. Kennedy, who seeks dent of the Kentucky Christian Enpatiently the calumny and abuse Barnett, rf 1 0 0 0 0 don to Samuel Harper, of Paducah. will live to see many more of them. heaped updn him because of the fight Fox's Livery Brings Good Prices. He was convicted of selling liquor the nomnation for Circuit Judge and deavor Union, will address a mass is one to nominate N. Flippin, who aspires to the of- meeting of Endeavors in Maxwell W and he urged the people B. G. Fox's stable at Danville was Mr. Noel recalls that he Boyle, day 44 27 16 4 15 12 without a license. Total as older than the fice of Commonwealth's Attorney. Street Presbyterian church Tuesday crowded with people yesterday, in at- was formally county of county it for office only those men who will AB PO A E H R Stanford Trustees of the Central University on constituted a These contests eclipse all others in in- night at 7:45 o'clock. Mr. Carpenter tendance on the sale of his lively outnever bend to the domination of the Shanks, rf 5 0 0 2 1 2 of Kentucky at Danville, failed durliquor trust. terest and bitterness. Louisville is a graduate of Transylvania Univer- fit. The rigs brought satisfactory the day after he was born. 0 1 4 ing a meeting at the Presbyterian J. Embry, 3b sity and has been an enthusiastic Judge O'Rear declared that prohi- S. Gover, lb prices while the hordes sold all the 49011 Theological Seminary in Louisville Times. Odd Fellows to Have Big Time. for a number of years. He way from ?90 to bition does not afford any middle S. Embry, 2b Hutchins & 45421 last week to elect a president to sucwas a member of Delta Society of Bean, who wil' succeed Mr. Fox, were Big Deals. cannot, he said, be strad- Singleton, ss ground. It John J. Cozatt Makes 40310 R. G. Elliott, of Lexington, Grand ceed Dr. F. W. Hinitt, and adjourndled. The issue is here, he main- Coleman, rf John J. Cozatt, of Parksville, sold Central Christian church while a stu- the largest purchasers at the sale. Secretary of the Odd Fellows of this 0 1 4 ed to May 5. pastor of tained, born of the true instinct to Noe, lf. 0 4 0 0 0 W. C. Toliver, charged with having his mill to Clarence E. Powell, of Ap- e, dent here. He is nowShelbyville the Mr. Fox will devote his entire time State, is receiving numerous letters Christian church of and to the purchase of mules, having a daily in connection with the big meetpossession given Monday, shield oneself from the destroyer. 43021 Woods, c killed Lafe Fraley at Olive Hill, Carn over the State for his government contract and a life-tim- e The liquor interests he said, are Lephew, p 32210 ing there on April 26 to celebrate the ter county, was convicted at Louisa, ril 19. Mr. Powell was for years a is trying to control both parties, and, he Hill, ss contract to buy for Joseph Kindig, 96th anniverasry of the founding of 0 0 2 of manslaughter and sentenced to merchant at Stewart, and later a ability as a speaker. The twelve of the Christian and Presby- the Pennsylvania mule man. said, neither he nor Senator Beckham serve from 12 to 21 years in a peni- member of the,, firn. oi Powell, Harthe order. On that occasion R. T. was advocating the election of any mon & Mayes at Perryville. Mr. Co- terian churches of this city have a 38 24 10 7 5 7 tentiary. This was Toliver's second Daniels, Grand Sire of the supreme Total total membership of, particular candidate. He referred to Two-bas- e Jacobs Padgett. lodge of the Odd Fellows, will visit hits Conway, Eads, trial. The first trial resulted in a life zatt also sold the residence he former- hundred. The local more than four president, Rev. ly occupied to W. A. Stewart, of the fights made by the liquor inter- Sandidge, Riffe 3, Gover, Singleton; sentence and the case was reversed. Reuben Padgett and Miss Elda Ja- Lexington as the guest of Merrick ests against all temperance legisla- struck out by Hicks 8; by Lephew. 4; Brumfield. Mr. Cozatt still owns his W. A. R. McPherson, will preside over cobs, a popular couple of the Waynes-bur- g Lodge and will be entertained at the tion and declared the liquor interests base on balls; Hicks 1; Lephew 1. section, were united in marriage Odd Fellows' Home and will also dehandsome residence and will continue the meeting. Lexington Leader. Latest War News. have never accepted any attempted to reside at, Parksville. In the deal at the courthouse this morning by liver addresses to the public and to Very Important. The British claim a successful acof 100 acres settlement until forced to do so by takes a Belgium's Awful Plight. This is the last week for those who Supt. Garland Singleton. The groom the assembled Odd Fellows there. Mr. tion in the occupation of a point Mr. Cozattto Powell farm Stewart near law. son belonging and Liburn Padgett, while Belgium's population has been re- known in current military history in Brumfield, which he will get posses- have received the envelopes for Home is a bride of the daughter of Daniel Elliott estimates that there will be beis The liquor interests, he said, .were tween 800 and one thousand Odd and Foreign Missions. If we get our the now urging that the county unit be duced by about 600,000 as a result of France as Hill 60, which lies near sion of the first of January. He is contribution to Dr. Powell before the Jacobs and a half sister to Harry Fellows in Lexington at that time, the war, and her condition presents a Ypres. The official reports of the ac- also interested In a paying coal mine given a fair trial, saying it is "all Jacobs, the monument man of this and more than one hundred candia repulse of right," when they themselves are situation without parallel in history, tion all claim claim is also German at- in West Virginia, and will now have books close. Will not every member city. They will make their home near dates will be initiated with the memmade that time to give this property more at- of the Baptist church do his or her Waynesburg, where Mr. Padgett is a fighting it in the courts at every turn. says report issued by the Rockefeller tacks. The bers of the famous Merrick Lodge debest? liquor inter- Foundation from its war relief com- two German aeroplanes were brought tention. prominent farmer. He declared that the gree team officiating. mission sent to investigate the effects down in this attack. ests maintained a lobby at Frankfort A Monstrosity- upon lays the Fined $75 For Shooting Pheasant and worked by .pooling their lobbies of the war report noncombatants. It a The British Admiralty report GerCard of Thanks. Delk Acquitted in Kansas. is claim of murder against the first An aged and valuabe sow belonging from this commiswith the lobbies of other business Jesse Doty, a negro, was the first This is one of those times when Nosion which went to Belgium last man submarine force, charging that words faih. However, we desire to ex- to Joe Will Rout, of the West End, man in Jessamine county to shoot one A dispatch from Topeka, Kansas, seeking privileges. imported ring-Pec- k says that Rev. James Delk, of Science One of the reasons why the county vember. After detailing .how means of when the Vanilla was sunk a rescu- press our sfneerest thanks for the brought forth a litter of pigs the of the newly Gerother day, one of wheh was a mon- phesants. The shot cost him $75. Doty Hill, Ky., for whom a warrant was iscommuncation and ing force was fired upon by the unit is proving a disappointment, he transportation, crew many kindnesses shown our mother two perfectely formed result all have been destroy- mans, Jttj was mat irequeni. eiecuima are banking exchange industry paralyzed, of the and as awere lost. of theclaim- and sisters in their recent loss. It is strosity. It had bodies' were joined to- was arrested on a warrant sworn out sued on the grounds of "white slavVanilla It is ?cessarv under it and that corrup ed, commerce and one heads and the by County Game Warden William ery," returned to Topeka, Kans., his just such timekas this that make that freak was tion is more rampant under them homes and other building laid low, ed Enver the killing was wanton. realize Stanford has the best people gether. The few hours dead and the Ferguson. Doty entered a plea that old home town and demanded an imPasha, of War in later. he thought the bird was a kind of mediate trial. The trial was held and than under any other form of elec- the agricultural districts devastated Turkey, has givenMinister interview in on earth, and we are proud to have so,w died a out an and the food supply virtually cut off, chicken hawk. tion. he was found not guilty. Delk is a been born ,and raised in your midst. says his country is proving Light Travel. prohibi the report says: "Yet if one is to un- which he He denied that State-wid- e well known evangelist in Nebraska What a great old world this would be not that it Travel is unusually light on the L. Building New Store-Houstion would mean confiscation, and derstand the Belgian problem, it is to the world by arms popularlyis sup- if there were more "Stanford peoand Kansas and for the past year he moribund nation W. C. Cummins, who already has a has been preaching in Kentucky. save court decisions to support his perhaps necessary to emphasize not the ple." Kate W. Waters, John M. H. and N. just now. This morning's the destitution of a few hundred posed. south-boun- d kjaims. trains had not more gooa store-houin Preachersville, is Waters and Robert Waters.. thousand, but the suddenly enforced than a dozen passengers each and the building another one into Nothing So Good for a Cough or Cold First Excursion. TTO iate in city is 5 miles an inactivity of a strong and healthy naladies' car on No. 27, running be- which he will move his stock when Low" Rates to Louisville. The X. and N. will run its first sumtween Louisville and. Richmond, left it is completed. The building will 5 To ?100 fine. Watch out. 1 tion of 7,000,000. This is what makes When you have a cold you want The L. & N. will sell .round-tri- p the Belgian situation a thing .without mer excursion to Cincinnati Sunday. tickets to Louisville, on 'April" 20, be a credit to the East End village. the best medicine obtainable so as to Stanford without a passenger. The fare is 1.75 the rounds trip. get rid of it with the least possible dehave a fine healthy complex- - parallel in history." 22, limited to 27th, at $3.35, on Train leaves Stanford at 4 :45 a. m. A prudent mother is always on the Fanners and others who live at a lay. There are many who consider liver must be active, the account of the Kentucky Educational Rheumatic Pains Relieved. watch for symptoms of worms in her distance from a drug store shoulld Chamberlain's Cough Remedy unsurbowels reeular and the blood pure. Association. Stomach Trible Cured. Why suffer from rheumatism when All this is broueht about by usine children. Paleness, lack of interest in keep in the house a bottle of BAL passed. Mrs. J. Boroff, Elida, Ohio, play; "and peevishness is the signal for LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It may says, "'Ever since rap daughter Ruth Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa., HERBINE. Jt thoroughly scours the relief may be had at so small a cost? A Cur far Sour Stomach: liver, stomach and bowels, puts the Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., wrtiee, writes, "For some, time I suffered Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. A oe needed at any time for cuts, was cured of a severe cold and cough body in the condition and restores "I have been subject to attacks of from stomach trouble. I would have Creek; Mich., writes :. "I jiave been, few doses of this excellent remedy wounds, sores, sprains or rheuma- by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two indigestion sour, stom- puts an end "to the worm and the tism. It is powerful heaKng and pene- years ago, I have felt kindly disposed that clear, pink and white complex- rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's sour .stomach and 'feel bloated after troubled-wit- h ion so much desired by ladies. Price Liniment always relieves me immedi- eating. Nothing benefitted nae until I ach" and bad breath. After takine .tw child soon acts naturally. Price 26c trating remedy. Price 25c, 50c and toward the manufacturers of that 50c Seld by Skvfars' Drug Store, ately, and I take pleasure in recom- got Chamberlain's Tablet. .After tak- WettU of 'Chamberlain's Tablets I per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug $1.00. per bottle. Sold byNShu preparation. I. know of nothing so I was cured." am weU. Tfceee tablets are splendid Stanford, Ky., & Lyne Bros., Crab mending it to ethers." 25 aad 5.0 ing two bottlesrof-therkT. Stanford, - Lyne Bros.,. Crah urug score, ataniord, Ky:, a?yne juick to relieve a couarh or cure a cent bottles. For sale by all dealers. For sale by all dealers. ' Orchard. kene better." For sale, by all dealer.; OrcahrdJ cold." For sale by all dealers. Bros., urao Orchard. Tom Wallace Gets Life LINCOLN BOOSTERS ON HAND Former Postmaster Tom Wallace O'REAR BECKHAM AND and Frank Chaney were found to be At Organization of Blue Grass Dixie guilty by a Highway Association Open Fight at Mayfield for Submis- ing killed jury at Winchester of havHouston Underwood, at Prohibition Irvine, in February. Their punishment sion of State-Wid- e Lincoln county was well representwas fixed at life imprisonment. L. S. ed by two able and energetic good People. Question to Vote of J Gardner, "Shorty" Hines, Andrew roads boosters at the meeting of Dixie AmDrose ana William Lynch were ac- Highway representatives in LexingDispatches from Mayfield, Graves quitted. The wife of Wallace, who has ton late last week, in the persons of county, say that a crowd that packed been constantly with him during the Col. J. B. Willis and J. Thos. Cherry, trial, fainted when the verdict was of Crab Orchard. At this meeting, an the courthouse Monday heard Sena- announced. The case has been one of to be known as the tor Beckham and Judge E. C. O'Rear the most noted ever transferred from organization Highway Association Blue Grass Dixie was speak in behalf of the .nomination by the mountain section of the state to formed, and the following officers both parties of candidates for the Winchester. Houston Underwood was elected: President Edwin L Ouarles. called State Senate and House who favor night to the door or his home the of Lexington ; Vice President, George of February 12 and Jcilled. Bohon, of Harrodsburg; Secretary the submission to the people of a Treasurer, Frank B. Jones, of Lexing State-wid- e prohibition amendment. The Hustonville Horse Show. ton. Both speakers were given the closest The following Steering Committee Quite a crowd gathered at Hustonattention. The addresses were made ville Saturday afternoon to witness of two representatives from each house, which was crowdat the court ed to its full capacity. Senator the annual horse show. The number county to have charge of the work of Beckham has spoken frequently in was hardly up to the average but the the association, especially in the matMayfield, and is personally popular, quality of the equines shown made ter of stimulating public interest and while Judge O'Rear, though not so up for that deficiency. R. S. (Dick) support in the counties through which well known in Graves county, is also Scudder exhibited his All Peavine the route from Covington via Lexingand pretty Shetland pony, Shiek; J. ton, Crab Orcharu, Somerset, to a favorably regarded there. Both Senator Beckham and Judge Nevin Carter drove his fine sorrel point on the Tennessee line is proposO'Rear urged the submission of the Kentucky Gentleman and B. W. Leigh ed: Kenton R, P, Ernst and Harry State-wid- e prohibition amendment to the good Glenbrook. Each of the Covington. the Constitution to the people of Ken- horses showed style and speed. The Meyers, ofJudge W. T. Simmous Grant and animals shown to halter were: Dan tucky. Senator Beckham, in opening his address, said that the fact that and Bob, two fine Percheon stallions J. B. DeJarnett, of Williamstown. Scott Judge O'Rear, a Republican, and he owned by J. B. Henson, of Butcher-tow- n Kelley, Judge J. B. Ward and Wm. of Georgetown. and Tolbert, the good, big jack, himself, a Democrat, were speaking Fayette Harry Otovannoli and J. belonging to C. M. Back & Sons. from the same platform for the same W. Porter, of Lexintgon. cause, did not mean that either was Mercer George Bohon and James Mrs. R. C. Tolbert Dies in West. lacking in all due and proper allegiMrs. R. C. Tolbert died at her home Isenberg, of Harrodsburg. ance to the principles of his party. Jessamine John B. Chambers and "We are contending," he said, in Los Angeles, California, last week of Nicholasville. "against a common foe to warn the and was buried there Saturday, April Walden-SmitGarrard J. E. Stormes and John people of every pohtrcal faith of the 17th. The deceased will be remem- M. Farra, of Lancaster. bered here as Miss Pattie McCormack impending danger." Boyle W. V. Richardson, and EdHe declared the people are onlv daughter of the late W. C. McCorasking that the next Legislature give mack, of the McCormack's church ward Dillehay, of Danville. Lincoln Thomas Cherry and J. B. them a chance to vote on the State- section of the county. Besides her Willis, of Crab Orchard. husband, she leaves two sisters, Mrs. wide prohibition question in 1917. Pulaski Judge R. F. Jasper and J. "The issue is clear," he declared. J. B. Bryan, of this county and Mrs. Farmer, of Somerset He mantained that the clamor for Mitchell Taylor, of Danville and two iN. Wayne Tohn W. Tuttle and J. H. "personal liberty" and for "local brothers, William and James McCorShearer, of Monticello. came from those who mack, both of this county. Clinton Dr. F. W. Huddleston and manufacture and sell intoxicating Dr. J. P. Dyer, of Albany. drinks and not from the drinkers. Burial of Infant Son. In a c It is no longer a debatable question Edward, the little son born to Mr. the saloon is indefensible, he and Mrs. Harry Stagg, of Knoxville, tv that said, and that being so it followed Saturday, died Monday. The body G G -h, nt" MPlTIUMON' --r- . ..... . wa r JSTATE-WI- . i t - ' D ' p" i " . Firsfc-j-Becau- hand-shakin- , - - de-yoid- of ex-prss- ed . al-raj- t? nqw-cann- WHH ' SEKBRmFes. r Creaasthe imi - - -- b-ft- jiHHbi so-call- ed ' .saSfc-jcontract- jfr-xniy- 5 arBaK.1 city-liftit- tb.if 72- jk .''7' IBBRr 1 yj, 1 - -- - """ v.:".?'i jkji-didate'o"fiHBNy e lr X M M er HBMiue - - i m 1. r; duK CHth, fttK0 orijngwitn. p-c- t iHtalH'e tHli9 Hul BXuit. tQKSBB tHMMHt co-ope- n, Mid-Wpf- ik JSUMLW. (HBlosed c JMHfbf - e . , JsB envtid 11 10 10 En-deavo- rer $K-sO- . Per-ryvill- well-know- tes e. se up-to-d- ate -- 21-an- d nthe i . " . '- t - fW 'r-- r - . ? - ii- - n The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, April 20, 1915 The Interior Journal W 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. WALTON & SAUFLEY Editors and Managers. 91 A TEAK STBICTliY Entered IN ADVANCE Put at a at the pottoffiee at Stanford neond elati mail matttr. TfearaB When you buy paint, think years, not gallons. Then you will select the paint that stands the test of time. That's TimeTest. You can add years of life to your You house by your choice of paint. can reduce your cost of upkeep too. On All matters pertaining to business of our customers are held in the strictest confidence. Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Court House Kentucky : : : Stanford $100,000 $100,100 Resources over $500,000 Capital Surplus 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 AOVER, - V " Forest City TimcJuKst give you the advantage of 50 years experience in paint and paint testing. They stand for quality rather than quantity. They give the service you expect. Put on TimeTest and put on years. Get color cards from Spring Millinery AT THE The statement of his position on the several questions now before the people by Col. W. P. Walton, of The Lexingtonian, was frank and manly, if not a good political stroke, as many think. He states that he wants no votes under false pretenses. He is against "state-wide- ," because he does not believe it feasible, and is also against rotation in office as practiced by the politicians at Frankfort and elsewhere. Col. Walton is a candidate for the democratic nomination for Secretary of State, and while he is exceedingly anxious for the great honor, he wants no one to vote for him under the belief that he is a "state-wider- ." In fact, he wants the people to know "where he is at" on all questions a custom he has practiced all of his life. SHUGARS DRUG STORE, Stanford. hour; AUTO rate in city is 5 miles an 5 to $100 fine. Watch out. 1 EMPORIUM, HUSTONV1LLE, KY. 3r " d ,; Our buyers have returned frpm the city and Wednesday, March 17th, we will ave our line d ready for your inspection. Prices as usual, Lower than elsewhere. Come and be convinced. Our Spring Line now complete with all of the fabrics. Clearance Salefstill pn. See our Ladies' Suits at $5 ana $7.50. Yours for Fair Exchange, brother had recently brought from a hunting trip and thinking it empty, pointed it at his sister and pulled the trigger. The entire load of shot entered the child's body, causing instant death. Now the bro- ttber is. crazed with grief and the fam ily proven-hearteIt seems that the praiticaX joker will never cease to get ton hisavful work. Probably it wouybe a good idea to fix some punishment for him when he goes so far as to cause loss of life or property, and especially should the fellow who pranks with a gun, and thus endangers human life, be subjected to some trial or punishment to make him four-year-o- ld d. DAVIS STORE. Henry Woods has? been visiting J. D. Morgan at Waynesburg. Mike Long is preparing for his annual buying of herbs, such as gin seng, may apple and yellow root. Mrs. Mamie Singleton, of near Pineville, has been visiting her father, J. F. Lynch and other relatives in this section. Wm. Anderson bought a work mule at county court at Stanford. Walter James is able to go about The "unloaded" gun got in its work again the other day. Charles Hill, of after the fourth operation in two Columbia, found a shot gun that his years. He is preparing to have a sale Did you ever stop to think about the fact that you are on your feet in your shoes about two thirds of the day and night? Do you know that more people suffer with their feet than any other part of the body? Well, it is true because of top short, too narrow, shoes. If you will come to our shop and let us fit you with a Nettleton, Walkover or a Dr. Reed's cushioned made especially for tender feet we will cure most of your feet troubles. We can fit you in the broad toe, light weight, cushioned sole, ceasy wearing vici or the narrow toe low heel, blind eyelet English style, or the medium toe dressy straight last, with kid or cloth tops. Bring your feet to us and we will fit them any size any last and always the new things. ill-shaped in-sol- e, ::::::: McRoberts & Bailey Stanford, Kentucky and return to Indanapolis, much to the regret of his relatives and friends, Deafness Cannot Be Curedw as Walter is a fine young man. the Marshall Newland has been in this, by local applications, as they cannotIs reach one only There neighborhood surveying some dispute, dlteased portion of Jfce ear. is by cousUtutlon and that ar,t6 cure deafness, caoScd by an inflamed ed lines and also feeling the pulseA CwjiiX. nr .Deafness Isllnln a! 'eralies. v,a of tti Eustachian his political friends. Marshall is a fin Tube. When ttVttibe !3Jnflamed you nave a and young man and the worst thing you niBibllns.SMGjcr or Imperfectbearlng, result, when lsMtUely closed Deafness can say about him, he is a dmocratl' Itti3'JtbV inflammation can Ts the out and and beaten Oscar Manuel sold a motorcycleto, tWs- - tubef restored to its normal eondltion, hearing "W ill nm destroyed forever: nlntS cases out of Thomas Anderson for $100. ten are caused by Catarrh, which ia nothing but The members of Pine Grove church an inflamed condition of the mucowFnirfaces. any case are preparing to respond to the call of We will give One Hundred Dollars forcannot be Deafness (caued by catarrh) that Gov. McCreary to use April 25th, cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circuof as Sunday School day and everyone F. J. CnEXEY & CO., Toledo, O. is requested to be present and held Sold by Druggists, 75c. increase the number. Tate Hall's Iamily Pills for constipation. innr-nn- u - GREATEST AID TO BEAUTY. is the glistening whiteness of well kept teeth B The Rexall Antiseptic Tooth Powder will remove the tartar from your teeth and make them white and antiseptically clean. The use of this daintily perfumed powder will eliminate disease breeding germs. Strengthen the gums and make the mouth and breath sweet and clean. Your money back if not tatisfactory. 25c a can rSold Only By Us CHAS. WHEELER, Hustatfclle, Ky. T - .. m ,r.-- i, ! - 9 TheBeM corn planter; Stop and look at our also at a fertilizer distributor fon 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- ef ii W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford Ky. B. W. LEIGH, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Ma- Full Stock of Groceries, Crown Gasoline, chine Oils, Etc. Get my Prices. They will surprise you. Highest Market Price Paid For Country Produce Of All Kinds. A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. T LmIWjIIcement has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete 'work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN CO. I : L () Here's What You Want! memory Maudie In John D. Rockefeller is not the only Gooch,loving: died Marchof20, 1915: E who member of his family who knows how A precious one from us has gone, The People's Market to make the buckle and tongue more A voice we loved is THE REXALL STORE than meet. Mrs. Rockefeller, whose A place is vacant in stilled; What You Have to Sen our home death was recorded a few weeks ago, left an estate valued at more than Which never caabe filled; FARMERS.be sure and read ,W. H two and a half million dollars, two God in Qis'fsdom has recalled 31-- 2 And tHiHJgh the body may slumber Hiecins' ad this week. million of which she left to charity, 4 The money goes mostly to Baptist The souliisbaafe-aWedding Presents at MljllerV Heaven. MEN'S AND BOYS' churches and Baptist institutions. W-- ' . e i i 4 jkTmmtn9sJ!- ijeweuy jiuic, juuiuiu., , Many of the servants of the RockeShe, and feller home are beneficiaries of her And waaS'fMBuBght her, happy wfliKHHHNvfno FOR SALE. Milch will, one old cook who worked ame is spoken; calf. Cow an excellent .milKfriW. the fatrfily fdr" a quarter 1 "" "H QiespprapRrf grow dini; U. Rigney, HustonvilleJCyJ getting $5,000. t 'jhi. V "" Earth h&fefc ite rl&ok of gladness, An examination for commoii school in all the new stripes silks, pongees and Per-cale- s. se s tojus more bright, Heaven dmlnmo fifill ha ha A lioro Tlfs 1 1 S. v w Announcement was made in Louis UIUJUIUU Hill WW one Pupils eligible, are urged to taifre, this, ville papers Sunday that Owsley Since the sfirit, oftqur loved flight, Kappy1io'meward Prices 50c to $2.50. See our line before her btanley, one of the liquor candidates Took we long to cross that river, And 32-- 2 j Schools. G. Singleton, Supt. for governor of Kentucky, has select- Long to rest upon that shore, buying. ed Judge S. W. Hager, of Owensboro, to as his campaign manager, rfudge Hag- There the see, and know and love her FOR SALE Forty yearlingsteers, ever more. Savior er was the democratic candidate for With good, young ones, and 10 young cows governor in the disastrous race in with their second calves. A f inelot of one we cherish 1907 against Hummy Willson. If he It is so sad that 30-t- f. them. Josh Jones. Stanford, our home, doesn't put any more ginger and pep Should be taken fromnot perish, do iovs that But into Stanley's race now than he did Live the memory alone; in POTATOES. If you want Vuly in his own then, Stanley is beaten a All the years we've spent togetner, seed potatoes, you'd bdttercomejraLnd million right now. get them at once as there is a big All the happy golden hours, Shall he cherished in remembrance. demand for them. M. S. BaugKman, 32-- 2 Fragrant sweet from memory flowers. Stanford, A Springield, Mo., woman has published a card stating that she will not Not now but in the coming years; LOST Rain coat, gray in color be responsible for her husband's debts It may be in the better land, and man's size. Reward if Returned and in it takes a crack at him by We read the meaning of our tears, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, calline him names anC ell.ng tales. And there sometime we'll understand. to my office. Marshall C.Newland. 30tf. courthouse, .Stanford. v For instance, she says he is a loafer, Nellie Gooch. a drunkard, a liar and a Bull Moose. iriKpfeSALE At a bjrgain if taken Winder if she saver for the last the Wanted Baby By Mail. atloncetwo young Jersey bull calves Wonder if she saved for the last the opprobrium she thought the worst of Postmaster Shuff of Cincinnati, re- - SUDject to xegjsjejf d. r. vjaiuenuwi, 31-ppivfid a letter from a woman in Bell- - stamora. !. jellico, Ky., requesting him to send The Supreme Court of the U. S. her a baby by mail, one statea sne TRUSTEES who want a firsts has decided that Leo Frank was given would meet the train. Postmaster class, experienced teacher should a fair trial and now the only thing Shuff referred her to the Heme for phone Miss Fannie Young at Highleft for the convicted murderer of the Friendless, with the suggestion land or write her at Waynesburg, R. Mary Phagan is to work on the sym that she take the matter up witn tne F. D. No. 1. Will give reference if 31-pathy of Gov. Slaton, of his State of official there. wanted. Georgia. All persons having claims against Who Can Doubt Sworn Testithe estate of R. L. Dishon are hereby mony of Honest Citizens? notified to file the same properly Hits The Nail On The Head. with the Some time ago I began the use of proven as required by law on or beThe Shelby Record refers to the undersigned administrator with the most refour or five "inconsequential" news- your Swamp-RoW. C. LONG, Adm. papers in Kentucky that are advocat- markable results. For years I was al- fore May 1, 1915. Stanford, Ky. Route 1, Box 61. 30-- 3 ing State-wid- e prohibition. We sup- most a wreck and was a great sufferpose the Record's idea is that no pa- er. I was so bad at times I would DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office per that does not espouse the cause of faint away and had sinking spells. was called in in Lincoin County National Bank the open saloon and liquor interests, Finally a new doctor Gen-etas it does, can be of any consequence and he said that I had kidney tiouble Building Eye, nose, throat, ear, urinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, medicine, of which I in Kentucky. The Record has fought and gave me for the liquor interests so long that took several bottles. I obtained some surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully getting it has become like the Courier Jour- relief from this but I I was not sleep tested, glasses scientifically prescib-e16-3weaker all the tinu ; could nal thinks that those who oppose the so much pain that my saloons and favor local option and and suffered NOTICE. temperance are cranks, fools and fa- husband and children had to lift me W. O. Walker has been appointed natics. By the way the Record does in and out of bed. After this time twot, not seem to have been of much con- friends sent me word to try Swamp-Roo- local representative of the Kentucky which I did. and I am glad to Rural Credit Association, by H. E. sequence in the local option fight in state that the first dose gave me Newby, and will look after the interthat county last fall. Midway Clipgreat relief. After taking the third ests of the association in Lincoln per. dose I was helped into bed and slept county. A large number who are in half of the night. terested, should see Mr. waiKer aDout AUTO rate in city is 5 miles an I took several bottles of Swamp-Ro- ot any business connected with the asto $100 fine. Watch out. 1 hour; $5 28-- 2 and I feel that I owe my life to sociation. rtiin mnnAorf nl rpmedv. The two fam- W . t What Bryan Say of State-Widily doctors said tnat l coum not live HARRY JACOBS three months. I would have to be Speaking of the injection of the helped in and out of the bed ten to . Manufacturers and Dealers in . State-wid- e :i,4question into the demo- twenty A? w.-;-,. limes every jugtib. xxxtcj. tot. TV. TTilmor's Swamn-Rocratic party's policies, William Jenfor two Monuments. nings Bryan is quoted in the Courier Hit I was entirely" free from getting High Class days anil Promnt Service n::n1 Journal as follows: "Prohibition is up and could sleep soundly. Guaranteed Quality Connections not an issue in all the States, but MKS. V. Xj. JCLUjJEjIUAIN, at all uranite and Marble quarries. wherever it is an issue, I hope to see Tunnelton, W. V. the Democratic party take the prohiPersonally appeared before me, Office and Work on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays bition side. It cannot ally itself with this 11th of September, 1909, Mrs. D. Telephone 164 the liquor interests without losing its m wiiomnn. who subscribed the above KENTUCKY : : moral standing, and the moral stand- statement and made oath thai th" STANFORD Kentucky Crab Orchard ing of a party is the thing that gives same is true in substance ana m iact. it permanent strength. A surrender JOSEPH KILLER to vice or immorality seldom gives Notary Public. even a temporary advantage could be Beazley & Co. C. secured by such a course, it "would be Letter to at the expense of the permanent welDr. Kilmer Jc Co., Your Property in the fare of the party. It is not only right BinghamtoB, IN. I. j for a party to take the moral side of a question but it pays to do so." Will Do Preve What Swamp-RoFor Yoh Fire Insurance Co. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & People Say To Us sample of Hartford, Conn., fl cannot eat this or that food, it does Co., Binghamton, N. Y. for a 3Kt agree with me." Our advice to size botue. It will convince anyone. with UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMCR You will also receive a booklet of all of them is to take a information; telling about valuable Furnitwt Matthn, Ruts. SALIN& SMITH, Age UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI the kidneys and bladder. When writtwrt Exchsjt; fir all KMt JSSSSSSSk Tablet ing, tie sure and mention the Stan. Of Sttcfc. Regular fifty Oftto PIMM 117. Kmm Mmm Ml . "Stanford, Kentucky before and after ah naal.' 25cabox.' ford Interior Journal. size bottles for aent and STANFOW. KY. PHONE 42 mmFOM, KENTUCKY. 20-- 2 Penny's Drug Str aa1 at all drur stores, lis In Memory. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Place-AdveP-t- ise -- -- 1 c rj . ii -- TWi" , cow-ayioun- New and Attractive Shirts r 11 4-- -j- L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. ' T. D. NEWLAND 2. Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. 6. Go To Farris' For Your ot o, d. Garden Tools and Seeds.... m Great Variety And Prices Right. e. ... STRAW HATS - - W - ot niin Straw Hats for Young and Old, from 10c to $2.50. W. E. PERKINS Iffdary J. L INSURE J. ot Old Connecticut Fir. one-doll- ar v K k'V" 7 h t -A psw "What The Gods Decree," In Four Reels The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, April 20, 1915 World's Film Co. A legitimate successor to "PROTEA," that gave such general satisfaction last Thursday. S2&Sr jRJtHmffKvfJL i 'i lO And 15 Cents. -- THURSDAY NIGHT. TimjpfeyBlr SHUGARS DRUG STORE, Stanford. Feature Night. :' t ' i' J m- - -- JV I i 4 rm- - L. R. Hughes went up to Mt. Vernon Sunday. J. L. Beazley spent Saturday and Sunday in Middlesboro. C. F. Garnett has been quite sick If not, do you expect to go through for the past few days. life without one? Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis and children, of Cunningham, Kansas, are the guests of homefolks here. Improve your financial condition. Miss Emily Murphy, of Shelby City, Make money save it. is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. George F. DeBorde. Mrs. Julia Hughes is in Evansville, Deposit it in the Ind., visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Carter and family. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives perJohn H. Meier and family, of Dan ville, spent Sunday here with Mr. and manent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and Mrs. C. L. Gover. Mrs. James Hays has returned to whatever you like. No more distress her home in Crab Orchard after a vis- after eating, pressure of gas in the stomach- and around the heart. Get one it to Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon. 1 where it will earn you interest and Mrs. James Conn, of Lancaster, has bottle of your druggist now and try it returned home after a visit to Mrs. on an absolute guarantee if not satissecure you a living when you are old factory money will be returned. Sue Curtis. and too infirm to work. Robert Waters, of St. Louis, Mo., spent several days here last week A Delightful Affair. with his mother, Mrs. Rhoda Waters. On Saturday afternoon, Mrs. H. J. Dr. E. J. Brown and John Owslev left Monday for Rockcastle McRoberts entertained most delieht- 7 ere they will spend several fully at Rook in honor of Mrs. Alice i oi oneiDyvnie, motner ot aves and Ray Mrs. Wm. severance. The house was e the week beautifully decorated for the occazabeth and sion with yellow jonquils and ferns. lmaBBmmKflfiB4Bmmmmmf; Miss Joan Mount, of Lancaster, was Bourne and Mrs. McRoberts house guest for the Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Severance spent daught Rmimfi. nf occasion. Very deliehtful refresh- Personal and Social Sunday with Capt.teand Mrs. J. B. Garrard, spen y and Sunday ments were served durng the eve ning. xne ioiiowmg guests were with Mr. and Mrs. W. is. Warner. Willis at Urab Urc Misse Ruby Parrish, Carrie Ander- present: Mrs. E. J. Brown, Mrs. W. ch is County Attorne; Cabbell Woods spent Sunday with Mrs. Lawrenc and still confined to his Richmond friends. tthe son, Jennie the week end Maud Ar- A. Tribble, Mrs. Wm. Severance, Tate, nold were guests of A. H. Severance, Mrs. C. E. St. Asaph, with ill Mrs. Ephriam Murphy, of Winslow, Mrs. W. C. Shanks, Mrs. Kirby mney Miss Vercie Hester. Mrs. Charles 0 Arizona, is the guest of Mrs. George Mrs. 0. P. Nuchols returned to her Bourne, of New Castle Mrs. J. H. Mrs. home DeBorde. is at the bedside o at Pineville Saturday after a Baughman, Mcs. J. S. Baughman, Mrs. Robert Harding Waters, of St. O. B. Vaughan, n visit to her daughter, Mrs. C. Hays Mrs. S. M. Saufley, Mrs. Hugh Reid, time. Louis, arrived today to visit his Vaughan has been Mrs. John Foster, Mrs. Hays Foster, s been Foster and familv. Mrs. W. G. xU mother and sisters. Miss Sotie Alcorn, of the School' Mrs G. G. Perry, Mrs. R. M. New- MwSTP" D. B. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hampton came the guest of her the land, Mrs. J. C. Hays, Mrs. G. B. me at for the Deaf at Danville, spent mo- Cooper, Mrs. J. S. Owsley, Mrs. Bevup from Lebanon Junction Sunday to Southard, return latter part of the week with her spend a few days witn relatives. !Mt. Vernon Sun ' erly Rout, Mrs. J. B. Paxton, Misses ther, Mrs. J. W. Alcorn here. Esther Burch, Susan Woods, Mary Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Allen, of motored over and spent Bruce, Lucy Lee Walton and Mary Sunday with Mrs. Allen's parents, Higgins. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Woods. LANCASTER. T. K. Kirby, who came up from Knoxville with the body of the little C. Mrs. son of Harry Stagg, returned with gucstofC. Rev.-fi-Fox, of Danville, is the nd Mrs. J. Rockwell Mr. Stagg to that city ths morning. Smith. Wallace W. Withers, who is making Mrs. A. B. Estridge of a success of the brokerage business in Lick section, of the county the Paint met with Cincinnati, is here spending a few a painful accident when she fell weeks with his mother, Mrs. M. J. quite her weigh? upon her right arm with Withers. W. R. Rice, of Louisville, spent spraining- it very severely about the several days here this week with elbow. Sallie Elkin entertained at her Miss friends and also visited his brother-in-la- pretty country home "The Maples" Walter Owsley and wife at at a family dining, the honor guest Hustonville. Miss Frankie Doty Taylor, of Rich- being her cousin, Mrs. James Dunn, of mond, who has been the guest of Miss Danville. McCormack Katherine Anderson, left Monday for W.Mesdames Sallie leave shortly and O. Goodloe will for Crab Orchard to visit her sister, Mrs. a recuperative stay in Hendersonville, Ivon Fish. C. Mrs. S. J. Tatem, the .well known N. Miss Katherin Harris, of milliner, of Crab Orchard, went to is visiting her grandparents, Stanford, Judge E. Louisville this morning to purchase W. Harris and wife. an line of summer milli- Mrs. James B. Kinnaird, Misses ry. Amanda Anderson and Kate Kinnaird Is it possible there is a woman in this country wh rs. J. G. Weatherford has spent motored to Wilmore Saturday for the st ten days with relatives at District W. C. T. U. Convention. unues to suiter without giving .Lydia ii. FinkhamM He and mas attended regular- Mr. R. G. Ward, of laoie vompouna a mai alter ail tne evidence that 1? mg that has been in prog- - a visitor in Lancaster Cincinnati, was on last Friday. tinuallv beinsr published, which Droves bevnnrl cnnrrar esbytenan church there. A pie supper was given at the Leav-e- ll e and family, of Cov- tion that this srrand old medicine has relieved more snffei? last nding a few days with day.Green Christian churchused Thursto reThe proceeds were ing among women than anv other one medicine in the world ? Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Riffe pair the church. nd. They drove over in Mrs. F. B. Marksbury and Miss We have published in the newspapers of the United States thei Elsie Morrow spent a few days last more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been pubDr. M. Lee Pipes, of Moreland, spent Sunday in Louisville with his week shopping in the Falls City. lished in the interest of any other medicine for women Mrs. sister, Mrs. Will Pipes, of Danville, ville for Annie Herndon is in Louisvisit to and every year we publish many new testimonials, all genwho is there in a hospital for treat- Herndon aand wife. her brother, Leslie ment. uine and true. Here are three never before published : who has Miss Frances Joe Nevius, right hand bower of the been the guest Fleetwood, of her sister, Mrs. Lancaster Roller Mills, came over Theodore Currey has gone to Tulsa, From Mrs. S. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I. Sunday on his motorcycle and spent for a Providence, R. L " For the benefit of women who suffer as I have the afternoon with his mother, Mrs. Okla., Sunday visit to her brother. held School rally was A done I wish to state what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Mattie Nevius. Friday night and Saturday at Miss Joan Mount, of Lancaster, has done for me. I did some heavy lifting and the doctor said it church at Hubble. A number came Saturday to attend the Rook of interesting addresses were made caused a displacement. I have always been weak and I overworked party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. after my baby was born and inflammation set in, then nervous prosand a most bounteous dinner served tration, from which I did not recover until I had taken Lydia E. Pink-ham-'s H. J. McRoberts. Mr. McRoberts ac- to the visitors on Saturday. companied her home Sunday. Vegetable Compound. The Compound is my best friend and The Woman's Club met Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell LeCompte when I hear of a woman with troubles like mine I try to induce her and two pretty little daughters, Mar- afternoon at their apartments in the to take your medicine." Mrs. S. T. Kichmond, 84 Progress Avenue, garet Jane and Dorothy Crutcher, of Lancaster High School building. Miss Anderson was the leader, the Providence, R.I Frankfort were the guests of her fa- Alberta being "The Prospects of the subject ther, Mr. Cicero Reynolds and other American School Mrs. K. L. JMkin, From Mrs. Maria Irwin, Peru, N.Y. relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Martha Kavanaugh and others Mr. Ernest Woods and pretty Peru, N.Y." Before I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Commeeting, closing with daughter, Miss Sallie Woods and Miss assisted at theon art. it pound I was veiy irregular and had much pain. I had lost three a discussion Jennie Higgins, superintendent of children, and felt worn out all the time. This splendid medicine Mrs. J. W. Elmore has been in schools of Garrard county, were over Richmond for a visit to her daughter, helped me as nothing else had done, and I am thankful every day from Paint Lick Sunday the guests Mrs. Robert Dunlap Blanton. that I took it" Mrs. Maria Irwin, RF.D. 1, Peru, N.Y. of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Cooper. Rev. S. H. Pollitt left Monday for Mr. and Mrs. H. Clark Newland, Kingswood College, where he preachFrom Mrs. Jane D. Duncan, W. Quincy, Mass. who have spent the past several es twice a day during commencement. South Quincy, Mass. The doctor said that I had organic trouble months with relatives in Lincoln and Misses Nancy Walker and Patsy afternoon Kinnaird were in Lexington for a and he doctored me for a long time and I did not get any relief. I Mercer counties, left-thifor their home at Metaline Falls, meeting of the Chi Omega Fraternity saw .L.ytuu r. jriniuiam's vegetable Compound adWashington. vertised and I tried it and found relief before I had banquet held at the Phoenix Hotel. Mrs. C. L. Wheeler and son, Carl finished the first bottle. I continued taking it all Miss Nancy Robb',who has returnLewis Wheeler, of Lexington, have ed to her home in Nicholasville, was through middle life and am now a strong, healthy been guests of Mr. and Mrs, Charles the guest of honor here at a number woman and earn my own. living." Mrs. Jane D. Wheeler at Hustonville for a week. of social functions. Miss Bettie WalDuncan, Forest Avenue, West Quincy, Mass. Dr. Wheeler, who has been attending ker Burnside conplimented her by a a convention in JPhiladelpma, joined handsome dinner party, Miss Kathto LYDIA E. POKIIAM MEDICINE CO. them Saturday for a brief stay. (CONFIDENTIAL) LYSN, MASS., for ad vice. leen Walter entertained at "A ChafWWletter will be opened, read and Mrs. R. S. Lytle gave an elegant ing Dish Party," and Mrs. J. M- - Far-r- a, Your answered 7 - WM luncheon in honor of Mrs. iyb5v rRNXMXM DT & woman. a.au ueiu m bixict commence. a matinee Party at the Rex TheaRane Bohon, of Decatur, Kansas and ter for the popular visitor. Mrs. W. H. Anderson, of Harper, Kan. The Chautauqua Circle met with Relatives and immediate friends of Miss Azell at the home of Mrs. Alex the family were present. The dining Walkeri The book begun by the sturoom was boatifully decorated, the dents is "Your Child Today and Toprevailing color being red. Danville morrow," by Mrs. Gruenberg, their Advocate. lesson being "The Problem of HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? FIRSTNATIONAL BANK The I. J. still has a large quantity of garden seed sent it by Senator m and get a package. Mrs. Laura Duke of Carthage, Tenn., James. Lome was a victim of stomach disorders for George W. Willis, the clever, effiseveral years. She lost appetite and cient and amiable private secretary her weight fell off. She could not rest of Hon. Harvey Helm, arrived from at night. Shelbyville Saturday to do some cleriShe took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy cal work for our Congressman. just a few doses and found herself restored. John Rowland has arrived from In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was McKinney to assist in the manageso rapid she was afraid that it could ment of the Veranda Hotel, recently be only temporary. So she waited rented by John Lay and wife. from September, when she took the remedy, until the following February R. H. Crow, of the Shelby City sec- to pass judgment. Then she wrote: ' tion, has been confined to his home "I write you in regard to your won- for some time with illness, but is derful stomach remedy that I took able to be out again, his many friends last September. I feel better than I are glad to know. have in five years. "My weight was 127& pounds; now Miss Kate Davis Raney, who was it is 147, and I can eat anything I appointed by the trustees to take the want I sleep well at night. I would school census of this High School dishave written before, but I wanted to trict, has begun her work. Her father. see how I got along." T. D. Raney is assisting her. I CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY Heard About Town S GOLD NEDAL HOSIERY I - for Frankfort to join the Frankfort Base Ball Club of the Ohio League. He is only going for a tryout and it is hoped that he makes good. Mt. Vernon Signal. Jamie Thompson will leave Sunday Our reason' for selling Gold Medal Hosiery should be your reason buying it just as it is the maker's reason for for pushing it so far to the front this d ' w ::::: J. D. Eads of Shelby county, was in Danville Monday, county court day, mixing with his many friends. He says that prospects for crops in Shelby are fine. night a conferr dflfi(Hm(&9MM'lfwMM6C 'I of Mas ness th Qf3MHHfttfS3wifvKE?v4r4 rftrT Judge E. C. Hopper, of Hustonville who will be one of the stewards on the Kentucky tracks this year, is in Cincinnati on private business. The Judge is in excellent health, and w attend the opening at Lexngton Thursday. Cincinnati Enquirer. 1 fW"-awi" It's the best hosiery If this were not so, Gold Medal Hosiery would find no place here. Since it is so, we sell it with enthusiasm, and you'll wear it with genuine pride. 15c, 25c, A'vTfTV 35c, 50c, 1 " . - u. r ior MessrssW MBB&JtHBIKlMm-lLMMBfciM?- 3w&smjktie&s: a : and upward Women's cr Men's. Mi iYT M Fits like a glove wears like leather J MmmmSx!smmm ROBINSON'S -- Ik . rfKvBBBVBBBBBBBBBfc Line Stanford d Danville. ;. 3 i kHVhi West End Folks Who want FRESH MEATS, GROCERIES, BREAD, GARDEN SEEDS, FRESH VEGETABLES and the LADIES who need SPRING HATS, will find all these at W. H. LAIR'S at prices lower than anywhere else. Call and see our stock before you buy and you will save mon- - I Mil-lersbu- rg, J. S. Hilton, secretary of the Chn tian Orphan's Home in Louisville; came up today for little Flora Mason,, rtsr-""" uaugnter oi .bva Mason, who works JiM Mrs. James iuctfee. Tne child'-jior !! "fnt.Vldr Vine flocovtorl Viot mnfliot. onJ. !. rja"jnmL the latter is not able to care for he Danville us sne snouia ue. Dr. J. G. Bosshart, pastor of the Reformed Church at Ottenheim, returned this morning from Nashville, where he attended a convention of his church. He preached the communion sermon Sunday morning in the First Reformed Church of thav city. rr vuanvuie a:uu a. ivi. 1:30 P. M. Stanford 12 30 P.M. Li ' Sick. JSt f itanf ord 4 00 P. M, v&m&n w, In renewing his subscription to the I. J. for the 'steenth time at Danville Monday, Col. T. A. Bradley, the well known insurance and real estate man oi tnat city declared "i get more news out of the Interior Journal than any other country paper tha't I see and I read a lot of them. We could not do without it at my house." Raymond Cash, son of J. F. Cash, of Casey county, has in the U. S. Navy from which he was re ery Day, In g Sunday. IMFUIP W. H. LAIR, HUSTONVILLE, : KY. Cash paid for all kinds of Coun- ckney, Prop. try Produce. nH up-to-da- te motion cently discharged, with honor, hi term of enlistment having expire Mr. Cash re the service as yeoman, hi, e and servi having en eserved pr eumatism Sprains aifflUimbacLO w "PPSK Why Sciatica and can for sore it acted Route 1, mHPst John ed word from w day o is a that his brother omina- candidate for the tion for Commissioner iculture, f is way in the lead in tha art of the state. Mat has been through Chris tian, Caldwell, Lyon, McCracken, Fulton and Hickman counties, and found the farmers almost solid for him. This part of the state is all one way in that race, and it looks like Mat will win almost unanimously if the Blue Grass counties could decide it. grin and bear all these ills when Sloan's Liniment kills pain? " I have used your Liniment Bay it is fine. I have used it throat, strained shoulder, and like a charm." Allen Dunn, Box 88, Pine Valley, Miss. " I am a painter and paperhanger by trade, consequently up and down ladders. About two years ago my left knee became lame and sore. It pained me at nights at times till I could not rest, and I was contemplating giving up my trade on account of it when I chanced to think of Sloan's Liniment. I had never tried it before, and I am glad to state that less than one 25c. bottle fixed me up apparently as good as ever." Charles C. Campbell, Florence, Texas. Mc-Kendr- ee jailer of Garrard county, who was in "Uncle Dave" Ross, the popular HHMPHHk sbbbi s the ground in a fainting condition. Editor Louis Landram, of the Messenger, went to his assistance and had him carried to the county jail, where Jailer Timoney and others did everything to make him comfortable. A physician was summoned, and Mr. Ross soon was able to be out again. He has been in bad health for some time and has been subject to these at tacks. Danville Monday, mixing with the big crowd, had a severe attack of vertigo on the streets about noon and star tied his friends by falling over to s toMTrite six-cour- se The following is taken from a La- Follette, Tenn., paper and the honor paid Miss Hommell, who is well All Dealers 25c known here where she taught in the Sead four cents ia stamps for a free TRIAL BOTTLE. graded school, will be appreciated by her many friends t "At the close of DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Dept. B the East Tennesse teachers' association which was held in Knoxville last week Miss Martha Hommell was elect ed a member of the executive com mittee for a one year term. This honor came as a surprise. Miss Hom mell is a deservedly popular teacher in the city high school, and is a brilliant scholar. The association made a Ob the Burton and Hudson farm, known as the Bennett Cloyd farm, on wise selection and we congratulate the Short pike between Hustonville and McKinney, one and a half miles Miss Hommell that out of 500 teach- south of Hustonville, on ers, she was marked for this honor." SLOANS LINIMENT PUBLIC SALE ( 2 Fresh Vegetables Call and Get Some. When Motoring to Always n Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. & . Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. V We are daily receiving all the new things in Shaped Hats, Fancy Feathers in wingSv and owl Also Flowers in the latest designs. Call and see us. Noel Sis ters, Danville Kyi heads. '.-- New Millinery Farler in Danville. Having met with such encouragement we have decided to establish a ....DANVILLE.... Stop At The "4 '-' E. B. Campbell. Stanford.. millinery parlor. Until permanently located will be with Miss Mary on Third street. Will-havthe latest ideas for your inspection. Will appreciate your 'patronage, and every eff ortrwill be put forth to please the trade. He-Roberts, Shop Perfect. And, Refresh Yourself in our Soda Parlor. ? e At 1:30 p. m., the following Live Stock, Farming Implements, Feed Etc.,' ' will he disposed of 28 Fine Yearling Steers, mostly black ones, 22 splendid black 'yearling Heifers, ,6 young .Milch Cows, extra good ones; 3 suckling Calves; 6 extra fine Sows, 35 Sheats, extra good ones, 235 barrels of select white com, 2 stacks of Timothy Kay, 300 shocks of Fodder, 1 Deering Self Binder in d fin condition, 1 good Wheat Drill, 2 good 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 hearing 6 per cent, required of purchaser. -left-hande- Saturday, April 24 GARVIL BURTON, V. X - i ' I v V 32-- 1 "' -- MRS. CHAS. CROW, .MRS f!HAS f!OTTir:N.., .. ""-- " TrZ. Lexington, Ky. -- , (Ixcerperatei) Administrator ef Y. W. Burton. DANVILLE, - - KY. X See the I. J. for lowest price on horse and jack cards A A i si The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, April 20, 1915 to sign insures a solid stand against oppression ant? this fall, if fair prices are not paid for xhe crop, the pledge will be the agency of cutting ou the 1916 crop. He assails the evils of the present system, under which he says the growers have been "robbed and despoiled." Mr. McKee warns growers against designing persons who may bear false ed Swish! Corns Gont! WeUseGETS-IT!- " Corns Vanish ! $ .5r everybody with corns, there is in y every druse store in the lund one of the real wonders ol the world, and that's T "'GETS-IT- " for corns! It's the first and oaly eora-cur- e ever known that remove! . 2 Seconds, 2 Drops k wwL y . A infected farms in these counties, as well as the counties in the exposed districts, have been restocked and there is no indication of the disease. The final inspection of the farms, barns and stock yards in the exposed and closed areas will become exposed area and the quarantine will gradually Jbecome less rigid until it is lifted entirely. There have been a total of 3,306 head of live stock killed in this state as a result of this disease. It is classified as follows: 2,168 cattle, 921 hogs, 216 sheep and 1 goat. The appraised value of the live stock is $131,687.23, of which the Federal Government will pay 50 per cent, and the next Legislature will bs asked to appropriate money to pay theother half of the appraised value of the stock killed. What A Cow Can Do. Auchenbrain Brown Kate IV., an Ayrshire cow, in a year gave 23,022 pounds of milk, testing 3.99 per cent, fat. She was well fed. In the year she consumed 704 pounds of bran, 762 pounds of hominy, 1,074 pounds of ground oats, 548 pounds of gluten feed,. 134 pounds of peanut meal, 908 pounds of oat meal, 8,000 pounds of silage, 1,000 pounds of beets and pounds of alfalfa hay, the total amount costing $184.62. Her milk was sold at five cents per quart, and the income above the cost of feed was $541. She received as much feed as some men would give to a dairy herd. She had the ability to use it well. Four such cows on a little farm would make their owner a nice income, Breeders' Gazette. 2,-8- 80 leaf planters of Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana, in which he asks support for the new organization and outlines policies which he will espouse. Mr. McKee emphasizes the fact that the association has no purpose to antagonize any organization that is making or has made the betterment of conditions besetting the tobacco growers its subject, and expresses friendship for the Farmers' Union and the Burley Tobacco Society specifically. A significant utterance in this connection is that the new organization has no intention of disturbing the selling business, and that warehouses are a necessity under any system. Looking forward, he says that the pledge, which growers are being ask I witness against the organization. As to salaries, which have been the cause of distention in some other organizations, he declares that so long as he is at the head of the Tobacco Growers' Association, salaries will remain reasonable. At the present time expenses are being met with money borrowed on the personal notes of the directors, he says. PUBLIC SALE. I will sell at public auction at my place on the Stanford and Ottenheim pike, near Pine Grove, on next Saturday, April 24th, a mare mule, 14 hogs, a sow and pigs, a pony, and a large lot of household and kitchen furniture and. farming implements. Tell your friends about the sale and come. W. H. James. M. H. Johnson, auctioneer. It r kMMMMMMM. aav aBBva. 1 . X.xmuc 6L r s&i "Some Foxy Trot. ATuojelle. What? Coraj Gone? Yc,IUed'GETS.IT., any and every corn or callus without fall, without fussing with thick bandages, toe salves, irritating harnesses, ointments. It's applied in 2 seconds bins, blng 2 drops, the work is done, the corn shrivels up, your cornr agony ends and the corn leaves forever! All the limping, the pains that dart to your heart's" core, the crucifixion of having to wear shoes over screaming corns, the danger of blood poison from making them bleed by using knives, razors and scissors are gone at last! "GETS-IT- " is the new way, the sure, simple, painless way. Try It for corns, calluses, warts and bunions. 'GETS-IT- '' is sold by druggists every where, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence fc Co.. Chicago. corn-swelling Wh -r- fa 0'' (skIhIWI 3 H lU'dSis;--- J a nu.tii Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn cure by Shugar's Drug Store. Farm and Stock News Andy Gooch sold to W. G. Gooch d Saturday 32 head of hogs at $7 a hundred. Les Sloan, of Hubble, delivered to T. W. Jones, of Stanford, eight hogs that averaged 150 pounds, at six and a half cents a pound. Adam Pence sold to George F. Crawford, a couple of hundred-poun- d shoats at seven cents a pound, last week. W." R. Willis & Son bought of A. VonGruenigan a lot of beef cattle at 5c and of R. T. Bruce a small bunch of lambs at 7c. J. B. Honaker, of the West End, sold to Isaac Shelby at Danville yeshogs for terday d May 20th delivery at 7c. C. L. Snow sold to J. K. Baughman a jack only a few weeks old for $225 and two seasons to the latter's jacks. The young thing is said to be a very 135-poun20-od140-pound Eight Hundred and Fifty Nominations Eight hundred and fifty were nominated in the $21,000 Kentucky Futurity for foals of 1915, entries to which closed at Lexington April 1, according to an announcement by the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders' Association. Walnut Hall Farm, of the late L. V. Harkness, there, heads the list with eighty-tw- o mares nominated. The Patchen Wilkes stock farm, of Kentucky comes second, with eighty, and the Allen farm, of Pittsfield, Mass, is third, with thirty. The Hud son River Stock Farm, of Pough-keepsi- e, N. Y., is fourth, with twenty-three, while C. K. G. Billings' "Curies Neck" farm, in Virginia, is fifth, with twenty. Entries were received from thirty States, the District of Columbia and Canada. Kentucky heads the list with 319. New York is second with 118, MassachuPennsylsetts third with sixty-eigh- t, vania fourth with fifty-si- x and Ohio fifth with fifty nominations. Coleman V f ty the Harrodsburg Herald. The cattle were shipped to New York. Konta Brothers fed these cattle nccording to demonstration methods, a balanced ration of ?il:ig. crushed corn, cottonseed meal an J wheat straw. They made a gain of 316 pounds in 133 days. Out of the 103 cattle put in the barn not one was rejected. Richard Gentry, of Boyle county, and several other cattle judges, said they were the finest lot they had ever seen. The cattle were fed the entire 133 days inside of the barn, and there is about three feet of fine manure all over the 6,000 square feet of the floor space. On account of a demoralized market caused by the quarantine Bon-t- o Brothers got about $2,000 less than the cattle would have brought last year. Before they were shipped Geoffrey Morgan, the district agent, and Mr. Collins Gentry, county agent, had a lot of photographs taken to be made into slides which will be used in lecturing on cattle with silage. Blackleg Appears in Nelson. An outbreak of blackleg has in Nelson county, according ap-p'ear- ed Middlcton. The first marriage license issued by County Clerk Cooper since April 1st was drawn up by him yesterday for Louis Middlcton to wed Miss Marga ret Coleman. The groom is a Boyle; county young man, while his Aride; . J x tne Am i resiues in xjincoin on a! uneruieim fine promise. Judge Bailey fcere J. H. Wrijrht, east of Stanford, pike. in the- court-hous- e said inthe pres mony the bought a Jersey cow from W. O. Wal- ence of quite a gathering. ker for which he paid $45. He also got one of the same kind from Mrs. Troy Duvaii Dead." Charles Lunsford that "cost him $40. Myers & Allen bought and shipped Troy Duvall died near Preachers three cars of hogs to Cincinnati last ville and was buried Sunday. The week. Two of them went Thursday unfortunate man had been a victim and one Saturday. All were bought of the "dope" habit and it is claimed in the Hustonville section. They cost by some that his supply of the drutr, them five and a half cents to $6.60 was cut on: suddenly and the mart' collapsed. a hundred pounds. Others sav oneumoniaV g. . Roby L. Johnson, the Science Hill brought about the end. real estate dealer, who was here last week on business, reports that he has General News. just sold the farm of George Fletcher Rankin Clemmons, the "barefojit at Dabney, Pulaski county, consisting millionaire" of Fayette county, dred of 62 1- acres to Lee Loveless, of yesterday, nearly 90 years old. His Science Hill, for $1,600. Mr. Johnson wealth is largely in lead. He was is strictly a live wire and is always of Kentucky's unusual characters..pne on the hustle. jury was N. as J. T. Rigsby, of near Preachersville Y.,Ayesterday selected the Syracuse 'actry damage buy up choice hogs tion of WilliamtoBarnes against continues to Theowherever he can find them. He dore Roosevelt for alleged libel 'and bought from Tom Baker a bunch of the taking of evidence will begin 'toeight, averaging 150 pounds at six day. yv cents a pound; and three-quarth .' from Lige Wilson he got seven, avern" Al VlfA aging 110 pounds at the same figure; cal and high positions, when- - public. from Charles Kerr he bought five, journals call women "men'! ''Miss if. heavy ones, averaging 200 pounds at Foxie was elected chair-ma- n of the. $6.60 a hundred; from A. G. Davis, five averaging 140 pounds at $6.65. On Saturday Bonta Brothers sold of the Convention." When Stanford outgrows her knee pants she will open Monte Fox 103 head of 1,367-pofn- d a street connecting Danville and Lan- -' per one hundred, cattle at $7.62 "Cracker's Neck. Hi. the aggregate being $10,733.71, says caster streets. -- 1 - - - wmmLWtwmi!mm mmmut ill iti -2 er -- ' rf w WV 4 VA 1 en who nae onven ouieiimaKes or cars Ha '.. ror years imen woo aave expFimeiKea -- Men H.M Mm who have neen stuner nowvu ariv laxweus. ti ) l am. t r nnrm r ss str 1 - 99 1 . rk., . - mmmmmmmmWmmmmmmmmmm' 1- -2 - -- -- - A. P. and J. W. Brackett were at Shelby City this morning to see their brother, Elijah Brackett, who is very ill of pneumonia. SEED CORN FOR SALE to report to the State Agricultural Department at Frankfort. Immediate steps have been taken to suppress the disease, which is generally fatal to calves two years old and under. Vaccine was sent in sufficient quantities to stop its spread and all the infected calves will be killed and their carcasses burned. There has not been disease rea case of ported in this State in three weeks. The counties closed to cattle for shipOil, Oil, Attention Farmers. ment except for slaughter are JefferI can save you money, can fill your son, Oldham and Bullitt. All of the barrel, or sell you a No. 1, P .11 steel barrel with faucet, 50 gallon capacity, at& low figure, and fill Our Advice Is: same with the best oil at low prices, "When you feel out of sorts from consti saving you from $1 to $2. pation, let us say that ii If you cannot make arrangements through your merchant, call or phone Standard Oil Agent, J. W. SWEENdo not relieve you, see a physician, EY, Lancaster, Ky. Phone 152. 30 foot-and-mou- th Reid's Early Yellow Dent. Matures early, ready to feed in August, good for table use and yield well. W. M. Horton, vice president of the National Farmers Club of Kentucky, produced on one acre 131 3 bushels which was entered in the Corn Contest of 1913 and made the largest record for Kentucky in yield. Long's Champion Yellow Dent. This variety was bred and selected by I. S. Long, of Pennsylvania and has yielded for several years an aver age oi ldd bushels per acre more corn than is usually produced by the average old type corn generally used. I grew a crop of it last year and find it extra good in both quality and yield; large uniform ears and abundant fodder and makes fine corn for filling silos. Matures in 100 days. White Corn For Sale Called Hickory King. Highly recommended from all sections for both quantity of yield and quality. A large uniform pure white ear with de'ep grain and small cob and matures early and unusually sound. We were much pleased with the crop grown last year. This corn can be seen at my farm and is offered for sale at farmers' prices. F. REID, Stanford, Ky. 32-2- T 1-- Right in this town acd all over the country are men and women who have been driving different makes of cars for years, who now drive and swear by their Maxwells. .,Each year they used to buy a different make, trying to find a car which would suit them exactly. When the 1915 Maxwell "Wonder Car" with its 17 new features and new low price of $695, was announced these "motor wise" men began investigating it. They didn't take our word or any-- r's it themselves. They found the Maxwelinto befa handsome, powerful, easyrfidini Thev compared it with care that word for it they looked into' ing about the Maxwell. To-da- Then they began buying and talky cell tained every high-price- d at d&sble the M.axweljfi. price. They f oisnd that the Maiwell conworth-whil- e up-to-da- their Maxwells. 38,000 enthusiastic people are driving these Maxwells. Of these a great big percentage owned other makes of cars before they bought te car feature. They tested the Maxwell en hills and on the level on really tough Use your common sense when you bujr your automobile. Don't be roads. They made it prove its ability to run at low cost over all sorts of roads. talked into an extravagant car or a car that hasn't had the "acid testT of time. Don't let them experiment at your expense. Read This List of Expensive Features. Attractive Streamline Body Pure streamline body ; graceful crown fenlers, All tho grace, style with all rivets concealed. and "snap" that you will find In any of the highest "priced cars. n Magneto A Nearly all the high priced cars have high tension magnetos. A high tension magneto gives positive ll Ignition. The Simm3 magneto, with which the is equipped, is recognized as oao of the best High-TensioMax-we- The 1915 Maxwell Has These Features And Many Others. ant riding qualities of ttie Maxwell. The Spring Low "Up-!ccep- " Carburetor suspension the 1915 Maxwell is the same costly Tho carburetor used on the Maxwell vrit esrjf-lal- ly combination of of long front springs designed for itafter long and siwm tests and the three-quartthat under every conceivable condition. Kcononiy tours is u.cd on most heavy elliptic rear springs cars. weight, high priced conducted by hundreds of dealers aaii owners in Tho Maxwell otters you every essential of the highdifferent sections of the country have provel ll priced machines at a fifth of their cost. efficiency, its quUk response to throttlo and fu-- . est extremely law ccnsunvptloc of It has One Size of Tire Anti-Skid- s on Rear j" been termed tho "low carburetor. The Maxwell car Is one of the easiest cars In the wcrid on tires. Maxwell owners carry but ono Irreversible Steering Gear Fpare tire and but one size of spare tubes. Economof safety has beea proThe greatest ma-g- in inch tires are used all around. ical 30 inch x vided in the steering gar of tho ll15 Maxwell. A famous make of anti-ski- d tires are supplied Tho Maxwell irreversible steering mechanism is on rear wheels. of the expensive type and iti superiority over every other type liei in its many A Dependable Electric Starter adjustments. At no tlmo is more than a fourth of Fcr $35 extra, you can have your Maxwell detho bearing surface of tho gear which operatca electhe worm in use. "When needed, a now bearing livered equipped with the famous Simms-Hu- tf surface may be had by adjusting tho gear a quarttr tric starter. This starter is eJSelcnt, trouble proof of a turn. In short, the MxtwoM steertne gear and easily operated. has four times tho adjustment of any other kind. And the Maxwell is completely equipped from the clear vision, ventilating windshield at the front Heavy Car Comfort to tho spare tire carrier at the rear. When yoa What scrprises most ppopla Is the smooth, buoy buy a Maxwell you have nothing extra to buy. semi-elliptic- al er i!. up-kee- car out of any mud or rand. The Maxwell d selective sliding gear transmission because Maxwsll ensiuters do not consider any typo to be worthy of Use Maxwell car. other Double-SheRadiator with Shock Absorbing Device The Kartell radiator Is of handsome clcslsu. gracefully curved, and It Is built to bo trouaio proof. It is the expensive double shell type and has ample cooling capacity. The radiator is mounted to the frame by means of a shock abmagnetos made. sorbing device on each side, which relieves tho radiator of all twists and distortions of the frame, Left Side Drive Central Control caused by roughness of the road. The shock, abLeft side steer with gear shifting levers In center sorbing device also . minimizes tho possibility of of drh'Jng compartment center control has been, radiator leaks. accepted by leading makers of expensive automoThCvRoomy Full Body biles as the safest and most comfortable for the il Adjustable Front Seat driver:' that Is why the Maxwell has It. The is so easy to drive and control that a child Tho' 3915 Maxwell has a full grown can handle it. bodv. The front seat Is adjustable, you cau movo It 'car inches forward or backward. This iuakej IJiree-bpee- d bhding Oear Trammlninn rea),y comfortab,e rqr the driver. Xo the a sliding gear trans- - cramped legs for tall people or uncomfortublo All high priced cars mission. It is costly to make, but it is the best, reaching for short people. Most drivers' seaU ara If tho motor has the power, sliding eears will made to- fit anyone so fit so one. pnll-the has a three-spee- ll 3i worm-and-ge- ar Max-vre- ba-v- " up-to-da- te - -- II The Maxwell Company's Guarantee of Service to Maxwell Owners No other automobile is backed by a more reliable service than that guaranteed every Maxwell owner. More than 2,000 Maxwell dealers in every part of this country are always ready to give expert advice, to make adjustments, and to supply new parts at reasonable prices. This splendid Maxwell dealer service organization is perfected and completed by the chain of Maxwell owned and Maxwell operated Service Branches. Sixteen great Maxwell Service Stations are ao located throughout the country that a Maxwell dealer can supply any part for an owner within a few hours if not in his stock. Maxwell Service is one of the great advantages enjoys by Maxwell owners. because no other home remedy wilL Sold only by us, 10 cents. Penny's Drug Store. made-to-ord- er I represent the largest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co.,- Chicago - TO THE PUBLIC. Want Help For Tobacco Organization Frank M. McKee, president of the Tobacco Growers' Association has issued an open letter to the burley directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples are now ready for your inspection. Call and let me mow you. H. C RUPLEY, tke Practical TaHaS HI, My .experience in measuring and rBuy Gold Med&h The Sure Growisg Kiad Boy them from Order a Maxwell from us now, antl when you want it delivered, we will give you your car not an excuse on delivery day new SEEDS year local aeed daalw s sinct. LOUISVILLE UEO CO. 2nd m Main LantovMc, Ky. If ha can't aspply yea, write v.a.M. KTMtT $695 narmf! STAtm "EVERY ROAD IS A MAXWELL ROAD" Liacela Cautty Natieaal Baalc .4E?E OQ Brh - H. d. CARPENTER, Agent STANFORD, KENTUCKY Service Station, t r Senenet Street $695 W.9.M. X . t- -- BJCTaK KTBMT stum $55 ,i a t. .' --- M J . J. - fTSMf-S- 'si'-'i?- - 9 '- - av i-v