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AUTO THROUGH TO FAIRS Stanford, Lincoln Countyif3pucky, Friday, March ,.1 Tuesdays and Fridays MAY FUP If r.ggvr Q. & C. PAYS OPTION TWO SPLENDID ADDRESSES To Land Owners at Bowen and May To Be Delivered Here March 17 By Move Division Soon. University Experts. VILLA ACROS 'VSV 13 "Z DOGS TRAIL CORN THIEVES I IORDER Who Broke Into A. T. Traylor's Crib At Mt. Vernon and Brodhead But Lose Scent at Fence. Boone Way Is Pushed. ?NOMINEES 1 The plans of the Cincinnati SouthCarroll L. Dudderar Returns Home ern railroad to move the division from Horse Sales Despondent headquarters from Danville, to Bow-eLincoln county, seem to well unand Ends It All. der way. One of the best indications that there is "something doing" is Carroll L. Dudderar, one of the that the Danville papers have not had best known young men of Stanford, a word to say about the matter, took his own life about nine o'clock whereas when such a proposition has been mentioned before, they have alThursday morning at the home of his ways hooted at the idea. The Juncaunt, Mrs. George F. DeBorde and tion City Picayune, which is right on Mr. DeBorde. The young man swal- say the ground, had the following to in its last issue: lowed about an eighth of an ounce "The Q. & C. has paid the security of strychnine, and died in a short monqy to the land owners along their time afterward, in terrible convul- tracks between here and Bowen. We sions. He was conscious almost up feel that this great railway system out the to the moment of death, but gave no willbecarry putting plans which is said to in of yards, buildthe reason for the rash act. He had ing new shops, making their, own come home Wednesday night, how- water supply, and making this the ever, despondent, after spending a terminal for all trains and crews becouple of weeks in Lexington, Louis- tween Cincinnati and Chattanooga. We are willing and heartily in favor ville and Frankfort, and it is believ- of the road doing a part or all of the ed that as a result of his condition, above, and they should have the "his mir.J was temporarily unbalanced hearty support of the citizens here and he took the fatal step when not and between here and Bowen in any at himself. project, large or small, that they News of the young man's death might wish to undertake." over town and spread like wild-fir- e sympathy fojr the relatives is widespread. Ordinarily of a genial and General News Notes friendly nature, the young man was a general favorite, and numbered his "Miss Ethel Hogue, and Ed Newell, - friends by his acquaintances. He were married at the Bell Hotel at was easily one of the best horsemen Liberty last week. Mrs. Harvey Hines, a prominent in the saddle horse business in this section of the state, and liked nothing woman of the Science Hill section of better than to be astride a good ani- Pulaski, is dead of tuberculosis. Mrs. Lou Ann Moore, aged 110 mal. He had great success in handling them and could get every ounce years, is dead at Ashland. She died of worth out of one in the show ring. knitting, having spent a great porA number of local gentlemen put tion of her latter years knitting "horses they had for sale in his charge, yarn socks for sale. Rev. William Ross Lloyd, of Lexwhen he went to Lexington ten days or two weeks ago to the sales there. ington, has been secured to fill the They were sold well, and the local pulpit of the Christian .church in owners received checks promptly for Danville while Dr. H. C. Garrison is their animals. Mr. Dudderar sold trying to regain his health in Flortwo of his own at the same time and ida. In order to satisfy citizens in though he was expected back immediately, did not come, but spent the counties where a commission is delime with friends in several cities. sired to handle road bonds voted bv Mr. and Mrs. DeBorde and Fox Dud- the county, the legislature this week derar, his uncle, had made inquiries passed a bill to make"" it legal for fisfor him, and were beginning to be- cal courts to appoint commissions to come uneasy. He came in on Train handle road-bon- d funds. Approximately a billion and a half No. 21 Wednesday night, however, and found Mr. and Mrs. DeBorde dollars for new ships and an annual Avaiting up for them. To them he upkeep charge of $760,000,000 is talked rationally for a few minutes, what Admiral Fletcher, commanding but remarked to hjs aunt that he the Atlantic fleet, estimates it would felt very bad. She made him go to cost to carry out the Navy General bed, which he readily agreed to do, Board's recommendation to give saying that he would get up in- - the America the most powerful fighting morning and put everything in shape. fleet in the world by 1925. Mrs. Mattie Arthur, of Richmond, Thinking he needed sleep, Mrs. De- -' Borde did not call young Dudderar a widow with four small children was for early breakfast, but let him sentenced to the county jail for ten sleep, and about eight o'clock went days and fined $00 op a "bootlegupstairs to his room and found him ging" charge. After court, Police awake. He complained of feeling Judge Dykes ordered destroyed 20 very badly, and she told him to come quarts of whisky and 100 bottles of down and drjnk a cup of coffee and beer which had been confiscated he would feel better. She left him, from various offenders. A "boozless car" has been put on and went to the kitchen. Shortly afterward he appealed at the kitch- the interurban plying between .Cat-- . en, clad in nothing but his' night lettsburg and Huntington, W. Va. clothes and a dressing gown and said Catlettsburg is a wet town and the that he wanted a striped coat to put whole State of West Virginia is dry. on. Mrs. DeBorde saw that he was The interurban is used by many of not at himself, and persuaded him to those who want a little whisky for return to his room to dress. Mean- the stomach's sake. Some of those while she went into another room to who go after it get too much on the clean up, and shortly afterward inside and these are not permitted heard him calling her. She went into to ride in the "boozeless" trailers. his room, and found him suffering The innovation is found satisfactory greatly, and he informed her that he to all concerned. had taken poison. Thinking that he Sheriff Craig Jones, of Owen counwas joking, Mrs. DeBorde told him to ty, who failed to renew his official quit talking that way and to get up. bond on the first Monday in JanuAgain he assured her that he had ary, has resigned and Lee Kemper, taken poison and told her to look in one of his deputies, has been appointhis pants' pocket and she would find ed. Jones summoned the grand jury the empty bottle. She made a search for the March term of the Owen cirand found a bottle, with just enough cuit court, but his act was illegal unstrychnine left in it to cover the bot- der the circumstances and Judge tle. He told her that he had drank Gaines discharged it and had another the rest. summoned by an official with authorMrs. DeBorde immediately sent ity. for her husband, who was in the With the important sections struck courthouse, and he ran to Dr. W. B. out by the Senate back in the bill the O'Bannon's and secured that physi- Kentucky House passed the Knight J cian and a stomach pump, and then Workmen s Compensation Act. On got Dr. J. G. Carpenter. By the time the motion of Representative Greene the physicians got to work, the young the members voted to hold three sesman was suffering horribly, going sions daily hereafter. Last night the from one convulsion to another, with Hutchcraft bill looking to the revibrief lucid intervals, and although sion of methods of assessment on the contents of his stomach were property was considered, but was not emptied with the stomach pump, such acted upon. The Senate passed the a quantity of the poison had been Combs bill authorizing submission to taken that it had gotten in its deadly the people of an amendment to the Avork all too soon and he passed away Constitution proposing woman sufwithin a few minutes, despite every- frage in Kentucky. n, Prof. T. R. Bryant, former head of the Agricultural Extension Work in Kentucky and Miss Mary E. Sweeny, head of the Department, of Home Economics of State University of Kentucky, will deliver addresses in the circuit court room on Friday, March 17th, at 2 p. m. The former, who is one of the best informed men in the state on agricultural conditions and farm problems, will speak on "The Value of a Farm Demonstrator to Lincoln County," while the latter will speak on the "Value of Home Economics in the Public Schools, and Girl's Canning Clubs." These addresses are free to all and should receive not only a hearing from the farmers and their wives but also from the citizens of Stanford, who should show their interest by attending these addresses. CONTEST t& Mexican BanditsjS ico Town anS Force ofl ed Columbus, kille" icans and fired mar. he was driven bac national border, j ers of the 13th Ui ed the Villa band Dorts to Col. H. J. inn- TI. S. troons a: that Villa had mad - Thursday. Columbus. N. M, cisco Villa, outla dit, raided United Withj south of the bord fighting ensued. I an unnamed Driva, Cant. George Will r y " -- Parrish, of the Preachersville section. He was their only child, a.nd after the death of his parents, was reared by Col. and Mrs. Dudderar and since their death a few years ago, had made his home while in Stanford with his aunt, Mrs. DeBorde, who was almost a second mother to him, and did everything for him in her power. He was the pet of all the large family, who .have the deepest sympathy of the entire community in this hour of their affliction and bereavement. Owing to the distance which some of the members ofthe family will liave to come, funeral services will not.be held until Saturcaj afternoon at 2:30 o'clock; Services will be conducte 1 b' Rev. D M. Walker, interment following in Buffalo Springs cemetery, j'lie pallbearers will be: Active-jPtew- art Carson, Carl Carter, Frank Phillips, Robert Carter, .Prescott Brown and Bryan Perkins; Honorary J. N. Menefee, Jr., W. O. "Walker, S. M. Saufley, R. S. Scudder, J. C. Bailey and R. B. Woods. Mr. Dudderar was a member of Diadem lodge No. 81, Knights of Pythias, and the members of the order will march in a body to the fgrxve, 'and have charge of the ceremonial there. -- Carroll Dudderar would have been 23 years of age within a very short time, and was the only son of the late Will Dudderar, who was a son of the late Col. Huff Dudderar, one of the best known citizens of Lincoln county in his day. The young man's mother, was a daughter of Mr. Peyt thing that could be done for him. J. Thomas Cherry, a well known business man of Crab Orchard, was found not guilty of a bastardy McKinney, March 9. charge in county court here ThursW. C. T. U. oratorical conThe day after a hard fought trial, which test held at McKiney last Friday evedrew so large a crowd of spectators greatest succesning was one of the that the circuit court room had to ses ever accomplished in this part be used. In' the absence of County county, and in spite of the inof the Judge James P. Bailey, who has been clemency of the weather, a splendid under the weather for several days, crowd was present. The beautiful Attorney George D. Florence was new Baptist church, in which it was designated as special judge and per held, was simply, but artistically decformed the duties of the office with orated. At the appointed time, 19 dignity and fairness to all concerned. members of th3 society, dressed in S. soldiers. The charge against Mr. Cherry was white and wearing a banner with the. Simpson,-- a forTompkins was shot through preferred by name of a dry state on it, marched in1 theMajor his horse (was shot from un- mer domestic Martha home. Mr. Cherin his hat, singing "Prohibition is Coming," and der him, one or two of his troopers ry and his attorneys, Messrs. John took their place in the choir. They lost their mounts' and had to be W. Brown, of Mt. Vernon, S. Owswere followed by the contestants, brought in on machine gun mounts, ley, of Stanford and W. B.J. Hansford namely: Mesdames John Grider, John and 75 of the Villa soldiers, includ - of Crab Orchard, contended that it , McKinney, Sara Dayton and Fred ing a number of commanding officers, !..... a Ull i :ir vcis scumim pure ana Gooch, and their president, Miss were killed, according to Major simple uiiiuftmumiig evidently thought and the jury Mancie Ware. The speakers spoke Tompkins' statement unon his arrival. so too, for it brought in a verdict of with ease and dignity and so well The raid on American territory acquittal immediately after the case were their parts rendered that the proved costly to the bandit chieftain. was submitted to it. The jury was decision was indeed very difficult and including composed of A. C. Sine, W. S. Em-brthe position of the judges was a try- The bodies of 20 bandits command, Harry Carter, George T. Wood, Lopez,, second in Pablo ing one. While the judges were form J. L. Beazley and Earl Withers. ing their decisions, a little plavlet had been gathered and burned before troopers an entitled "Uncle Sam's Flower Gar- noon and numberv reported still undeKILLED IN AUTO SMASH lying of dead 13 children from termined den," was given by in the brushy Ledto the attack unRaw-linProf. Moser's school. Everett was Uncle Sam; Stella True der the slogan: "Death to the Amer- Former East End Young Man Meets Sad Fate In Nebraska. was Goddess of Liberty; Ida Denham icans," Villa's followers fought with was Prohibition; Marguerite Isabelle desperation. Ji3st before dawn they U. S. Gooch was Temperance. Nine girls crept along ditches skirting the sleepCrab Orchard, March 9. cavalry camp dnd rushed the whose names were Truth, Honesty, The sad news has just reached ing town. The first volloy brought Courage, Temperance, Purity. Huhere of the death of Jack Wells in mility, Love, Kindness and Mercy American troopirs into almost in- Nebraska, this last week. He was stant action. "VUiile a portion of the the only son of Mr. showed Uncle Sam that they were and Mrs. Henry ever ready to help him, and that raiders engaged the cavalrymen, oth Wells, who formerly lived here, but ers began applying, the torch and without them the bondange of liquor shooting Americl civilians who fled have been living for several years in l could never be served. After the Nebraska, where they each had taken buildings. play, Mr. McKechnie made the pre- from the burnu lie buildings Lights up land claims and were doing well. imme- and sentation speech and delivered the in homesbecamepi rgets for snipers Jack, who owned an auto, had startmedal to Mrs. Gooch, whose subject diately - ed with his" sister, Kate and another was "America Needs Men." Not only at Villa's directjlni The other ban- young lady to a dance, and were nrnr;rS sc to American about twenty miles from their home were her elocutionary activities homes,v.n;GpiSj number ""i of civilians when the &ir splendidly delivered, but the contents infn fTioentjefee "irifVi turned over. All the Aron o her subj ect was- soetrikin invitations. A I number of fatalities occupanta,.were hurt, but Jack sustrayed xthat all lelt tnat -sna woum oe are :ttributKwRijhjs use. Stores tained internal injuries which .proved the winner. were looted, oil waa.poured "upon the fafalT ""Tfewas" a nTost "aTfrrbTOptls Rev. Vanlfuller, of Lexington, frame structures and the match ap- young man of splendid habits, and preached two splendid sermons at the plied. The postoffi.e was raided and was a favorite with old and young, Christain church at McKinney last furniture smashed, but the looters se- and all our people unite in expresSunday. He has been called for this cured only one small registered pack- sions of sympathy to tne Dereaved year to fill the pastorate of that age. Many civiliaris barricaded them- family. church. Mr. Harve Edwards, of Corbin, selves in their homes and fired at the Mrs. "Wm.- - Montgomery and daugh- Mexicans as they darted through the was to see his parents this week. ter, Miss Myrtle, were in7 Waynes-bur- g streets. The fighting in the town Mrs. Jennie Tatem left Monday the first part of the week vis- ended almost as suddenly as it began. to visit her father, Mr. D. C. Payne, iting friends and relatives. Less than two hours aficr the first at Barbourville, and will go from Miss Laura Johnson, of Kings shot was heard, Villa's buglers sound- there to visit her sister, Mrs. Tanner Mountain visited friends and rela- ed the retreat and the raiders began in Tennessee. tives here last week. Mrs. Bragg Thompson and little a disordered, flight, closely followed Mr. John Hubble from Pennsylva- by the American troopers. The cas- Cora Lee have returned from a pleasnia, is now visiting his parents, Mr. ualties of the 13th Cavalry in the ant visit to Mrs. Poynter of Mt. Verand Mrs. Mack Hubbie. fighting was seven killed and six non. " Mr. Clay Singleton, of Waynes-bur- wounded in the fighting in Columbus. Mr. Leon DeBorde is- - still quite guest of Villa's xotai was the week-en- d sick with rheumatism in his feet. Dr. in the itey's fightfriends in this city. ing were estimated in excess of 100 Edmiston is attending him. Mr. and Mrs. Spoonamore, of killed and twice as many wounded. IMPROTAIJT MEDICAL MEETING Of the eight American civilians killed visited Rev. Gooch and wife Tlje Lincoln County Board of here, Charles Dewitt Miller, of Albu- Sunday. The snow storms of Tuesday and Health in connection with the Lin- querque, and Dr.' H. J. Hart, of El to the coln County Medical Society will hold Paso, were burned to death in the Wednesday, were back-set- s a meeting in the county court room fire that destroyed the hotel. The gardeners. But a few took advanon Tuesday, March 21st and give a bodyuof Wm. Walker, a Sundey tage of the last warm "spell to plant week in May. Myers & Co., have also contracted lecture on the Prevention of Blind- schooP convention delegate from a few early vegetables. It is cold n, Baby by the Playas, N. M., who was shot to death and snowing hard, as I write. ness in the New-Bor- n with W. B. Maynard and Mr. Our Christian Endeavor is doing Right Treatment of the Eyes, to the with W. T. Richie, proprietor of the for their hogs, to be delivphysicians and midwives of this hotel, was also incinerated. The some splendid work among our ered between the loth and 20th of county. This lecture and discussion Mexicans set the hotel on fire, to- young people. Bennie Duke was the Mav. is for the benefit of everyone, spe- gether with a njmber of other build- leader last Sunday evening and his Myers & Co., purchased last week cially those named, and will' be open ings, and posted snipers to pick off remarks upon the subject were fine. a lot of hogs from J. B. Honaker and He urged thenecessity for the young James 'Stephenson at local prices to the public. The regular program Americans as they fled. of the Lincoln County Medical SociA dispatch from Washington, D. people standing side by side and unit- and shipped same to city Monday. ety will be carried out on that date C. said: "Washington stands square- ing all their efforts for Upbuilding Sam Helm of Peyton's Well, was also. ly behind Col. Slocum in sending his and uplifting and great interest is here Tuesday evening on a business cavalrymen into Mexico in pursuit of being manifested among the younger visit. in this Much complaint is coming in from THE LATE CARROLL DUDDERAR ON ONE OF HIS SHOW HORSES Francisco Villa and his band of out- classes Saturday work. that On night, March 18, the farmers in this neighborhood laws who raided Columbus, N. M., murdering American soldiers and cit- Ladies' Aid of the Christian church red foxes are catching their young izens and firing the town. While no will give a "Musicale of Ye Olden P'gs. R. M. Houchin, of Elixir, was m formal word of the policy of the ad- Time," at Crab Orchard Springs. All ministration was given, it was stated the old songs that have always been town Monday and says he will be reliably that the army would be giv- so near and dear, will be rendered by ready in a short time to accommoen free rein to catch the bandits if the older members of the church and date all who anticipate visiting his possible. It was not considered that there will be many good recitals too. famous watering place. will call back "Col. Slocum's actin any sense con- This entertainment Road Engineer McKee Riffe was stituted an invasion of Mexico, a years ago to you. If you are old, around Tuesday looking after some policy which the administration has you will feel young again. If you work to be done on the roads as soon .opposed in the" past and will continue are sad you will feel better by being' as weather permits. here, and if these old ladies can to oppose. The I. J. failed to put in its apbring back to you one hour of youth- pearance again on Wednesday and ful joy, they will feel they have not all subscribers wer asking what was COME ON YOU REDS. labored in vain. So everyone come. the matter. This happens quite ofDrummers from Cincinnati here Mr. vThomas Lyne attended the .re- -' ten of late. this week say that the Cincinnati publican convention in Louisville last Uncle Fbddie Wheeler is taking his fans are in high hopes of a .pennant week. meals at Hotel Weatherford during ' winning team this season-- and that to hear Rev. Wyatt the- - absence e" his better half, who flattering reports are coming from at All Vho failed 'church last Sunday is in the cjtythis week purchasing the the training camp at Shfeveport. morninerChristian and evening, missed a great! STirinqr millinery. fe Toney, the former Blue With Fred of More- deal, ahdMf.the memberswill- - stand f 'Joe xWill "Rout antv-wiGrass1 Leaeruer right, and a coucle "here Wednesday mbrning will De a ueciaeu lm- -j lan'd; were more goo'd pitchers, Herzog ought to j by, him, there cmntu shopping. proyemenL iu wui. be nghj there nghtmg all the way, The produce business in this neck and hecan have the satisfaction ojC" of the woods is getting to be quite knowing that he has the prayers of AN IDEAL SPRING LAXATIVE. lively since competition was set up thousands of Kentucky fans who vTA good and time tried remedy is here. fk would give their right hands almost Dr. King's N.ew Life Pills. The first Hustle up with vour road bond peto see a pennant. flyipg over Red- - dose: will move the sluggish bowels, titions and have them ready for prew land held, and nave a chance to see stimulate the liver and clear the sys- sentation to thje county court on next a world's "serious" played there. Monday. tem of waste and blood impurities. T. L. Carpenter spent the first of After Nov. 1st next, one quart of Youtowe it to yourself to clear the the week .at Versailles, the guest of whisky a month to a person will be, .system of, body poisons;' accumula histoid friend," John Morris, who has time, 't the limit on intoxicants from other' ted during the winter.. Dr. 'King's, 1beenJtill-fqr-somMrs. Lojgan Hubble, of Stanford, States. The bill, which had 'already-passe- NewjLife Pills will do it. 25c "at your sjpent Tu1esdiryhere with her parents the Senate, went through the; House 85 to o. .fiU J arid' returned koine that night. 1 o 1 BRILLIANT SUCCESS the 13th cavalry, small detachment Large Crowd Turns Out To Hear La Major Frank Tom; Lindsley, fighting; dies Speak at McKinney. a determined sta Up New Mex- Thieves broke into the corn crib and tobacco barn of A. T. Traylor, se Small on the Goshen pike some time ThursIdlers. day night 'and secured about 25 pounds of tobacco and several bushels of corn. As soon as the theft was "rch 9. Fran- - discovered Friday morning, Lair's exican ban- - bloodhounds at Hustonville were sent s territory on for and quickly brought to the scene en he attack- - by Julius McKinney and the n ast 17 Amer- colored chauffeur, William ildings before Drye. They struck a trail at once, oss the inter-- and followed it down the road for ast 250 troop- - about a mile and a half, but lost it avalry follow- - at a fence. It seemed that the culMexico. Re- - prit had walked the fence for some um, command- - distance to throw off any possible s point, stated pursuers and in this way he outwitrand 15 miles ted the dogs. where spirited engagement as killed and CHERRY QUICKLY ACQUITTED s, adjutant of 'wounded. The Of Bastardy Charge Preferred by troopers under East End Young Woman well-know1 YWJ PlVMAll ' ounted, made gainst the re- he Americans, newed Villa attac however, were for back. Mai or pers arrived in Tompkins and his town at de&rk. U Villa saw the small numler of American ..ad- eeing 4rit;di-r- .vance guar he der; thinking the border caVil- ry brigade was' if ursuit. When the !( American soldiers gauopeu out in a cloud of dust on-tthe open plain and Villa's men saw the small number, they turned and pursued the U. y, gs ,1,-t- t, gly-nor- - - g, lo-?- f Eu-ban- ks, Rockcastle men here this week say Florence Can Have G. O. P. Congressional Nomination Stanford May Supply Both Parties. tinuation of the Boone Way from the Lincoln county line, east of Crab OrThat George D. Florence, of thi3 chard, on to Mt. Vernon, through Brodhead. A surveyor is now work- city, can have the republican nominaing on the pike from Mt. Vernon to- tion for Congress in the Eighth district ward the Lincoln county line and A. seems this year, if he wants it, now practically aseured, and the E. Albright, of Brodhead, is assisting Magistrate Wm. Hurst in securing unusual situation of Stanford furrights of way from Brodhead to the nishing both the democratic and the republican candidates for this office Lincoln line. It is the plan to build may be seen this year. the pike on a better grade than the ky political correspondentThe Kentucof the Cinold road and to dodge one or two smooth- cinnati Enquirer had this to say of hills, which will make much er going. Lincoln people who at- republican politics in the Eighth Suntend the splendid fairs at Brodhead day: "George D. apand Mt. Vernon each year 'hope that pears to have Florence, Stanfordnomthe bulge on the they will be able to travel to both District. Ludthis fall in the autoes, which they ination in the Eighth been low Petty, who had mentioned can do if the Rockcastle officials will candidate, push work on the Boone Way, which as a possiblehis present informed the that intentions are it is understood they will do, as soon writer the direction of a seat in Connot in as the weather opens sufficiently. gress. W. S. Lawwill, Danville, former Bull Moose State Chairman; L. Tom Neet, Adair county; T. J. BalHustonville lard, Lawrenceburg, a former Moose-ma- n, FOR SALE OR RENT. A desira- caster,and Judge L. L. Walker, Lanall ble home in Hustonville, located on the Eighth."have been mentioned in imDanville avenue; has modern Friends all over provements; brick building; electric the district of Mr. Florence to accept are urging him lighting attachment and all necessary the reDublican nomination it is wid outbuildings; for further information He is known as one see D. W. Dunn or Miss Eugenia tute and aggressive of the most as Dunn, R. F. D. 1, Box 59. Possession cans in this part of young republithe state and given April 1, 1916. that he has the confidence of thr mnlr The home talent entertainment and file and the leaders of his party given last Saturday night at the op- is snown oy cne nas twice iact era house was well attended and all been honored with tnat he the State Cen who attended pronounced it one of tral Committeemanship of the disthe best that has ever been put on trict. here. A sum of $50 was realized which will go toward helping out the DISCUSSION OF ROAD BONDS eraded school baseball team. S. Powell was thrown out' of E. cart Tuesday evening near Kidd's Will Be Taken Up At Special Chamstore, the cart upsetting while near ber of Commerce Meeting. a siding. He was considerably shaken up but not seriously hurt. Seems The meeting of the cnamber of as though that vicinity is now hav- Commerce was well attended last ing its share of accidents. Young Friday night owing to the weather. Gifford was killed near the same Great enthusiasm was manifest, in place last Saturday. what the Association has undertaken. Rev. Randerburg, of Richmond", Secretary Howenstine read letters will fill the pulpit at the Baptist from the Knoxville Board of Trade church next Sunday morning and in which they say they will visit evening. Bro. Beagle is absent for Stanford in a special train on April a few days. 12th. Preparations will be made for Mittie Carson and family spent their entertainment at that date. Dr. Sunday evening here in town with his O'Bannon was instructed to get mother and sister. speakers from Lexington, to address The large truck of the Harrods-bur- g the farmers on Friday afternoon, Ice and Produce Co., was here March 17. The bond issue was disMonday and carried a large load of cussed at some length by W. B. Mcpoultry back to Harrodsburg, from Kinney, and it was moved that a spewhere it will be shipped to the East- cial meeting be called on Friday at ern markets. the County Court room to discuss Mrs. Charles Wheeler a,nd Miss this matter more fully. Everybody Bessie Worthington left Monday for is asked to be present at this meetCincinnati to purchase spring milli- ing. nery for the Wheeler Emporium. The committee on membership deJ. W. Powell tells us he was mar- sires to ask the following question: ried to his first wife 36 years ago last "ARE YOU A MEMBER? IF NOT, Monday. Time seems to fly. WHY" NOT?" Prof.Fallis, of Danville, has been We want everybody to assist in tuning pianos.. making this a better town. The in our midstrthis-we- k Postmaster George D. Weatherford yearly dues are $1.00, and this-i- s all took advantage of the spring like you have to pay. If you desire to day, Monday, and came out sunning give more, that is for you to decide, between mails. but all you are requested to give is Samuel Lusk has gone south for 1.00. Stop at the Lincoln County the benefit of his health and will at- National Bank and sign the membertend the Mardi Gras and take in oth- ship list. Don't wait to be asked, er points of interest. but do it NOW. The membership Mr. and Mrs. Jones Baughman, of enrolled so far is as follows: Moreland. were here Tuesday. W. H. Higgins, Harry Hill, AlJ. W. Hoskins and wife, and Miss fred Pence, W. B. McKinney, J. M. Ellen Powell took dinner Tuesday Phillips, George H. Farris, E. T. with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dodd. Pence, Jr., E. B. Campbell, J. W. Allen Bros., bought of Joe Gann Bryant. Sam Robinson, K. S. Alcorn, a lot of hogs at 7 c. J. B. Perkins, Tom Phillips, Frank Miss Kate Warriner is visiting Phillips, J. W. Acey. W. H. Wearen. friends at Lancaster this week. T. D. Newland,,W. K. Warner, WalW. P. Carson bought a fat heifer ter Walters, W. B. O'Bannon, W. from Casey county parties, which C. Wilson, J. C. McClary, E. C. Jorweitrhed 600 pounds, at 6 cents. dan, J. S. Baughman, W. M. Bright, have contracted J. C. Bailey. H. J. McRoberts, Wm. Myei's & Co.-- , for hogs with the following farmers: Severance, T. W. Pennington, T. K. J. B. Honaker, J. J. Allen, D. O. Lew- Tudor, Jesse Hocker, D. M. Walker, is, and Stoner Stephenson. These J. G. Carpenter, J. W. Rochester, S. hogs are to be delivered the first M. Saufley. that one of the first pikes to be built with the bond money voted for good roads by that county will be the con- l-2- Tar-kingto- LATEST WAR NEWS m " Friday's report said that violent fighting continues northwest and north of Verdun. The Germans were thrown in solid formation against the trenches retaken by the French at Fort Vaux but were driven back with enormous losses. They were repulsed also before the village of Vaux. The French continue on the oensive in the Corbeaux wood and are reported to have driven the Germans from almost all f that important salient. On account of the recent seizure of German ships in Lisbon, and various alleged breaches of neutrality, Germany declared war on Portugal Thursday. A continuation of the German drive northwest of Verdun is declared by Berlin to have won positions over a front of nearly four miles and two miles deep and enabled them to capture fifty-eigofficers and 3,277 men Thursday. The villages of Forges and Regnevillc, the heights of Roben and the Cumieres woods were taken. The French suffered heavy casualties. In the Corbeaux they drove, the Germans out of the greater part of the position. Russian warships are particularly active, bombarding- - Black Sea coast towns, and the- - 'Russians have captured Riza, an important objective. Fifty large German warships, ac companied by armed trawlers, Zep pelins and submarines, have been sighted steaming west off the North Holland coast, according to the report of the captain of a steam traw ler which has arrived at Yrauiden. ht -- e h d ""W'X -- ,-- ,- -- . -- Bonds of Kentucky counties are going to be a drug on the market soon, if financiers are not careful. Pike county is about to vote on ia 500,000 road bond issue, arid latest dispatches say Henderson county will vote on 400,000 worth. Life Member American Poultry Association; Life Member Kentucky Poultry Breeder's Association 1916 Mating List State Vice-Preside- nt Club of America; State Vice-PreAmerican Buff Leghorn Club Blue Andalu-sia- n s. Lombardy Heights Poultry Farm Jno. 0. Reid, Proprietor Stanford, Kentucky BREEDER, EXHIBITOR AND IMPORTER OF PRIZE WINNERS OF HIGHEST TYPE OF S. C. WHITE LEGHORNS; S. C. BUFF LEGHORNS; BLUE ANDALUSIANS; WHITE ROCKS; BUFF ROCKS; SILVER PENCILED ROCKS; PATRIDGE ROCKS; LAKENVELDERS; BLACK ORPINGTONS; WHITE CRESTED BLACK POLISH; WHITE FACED BLACK SPANISH; CORNISH INDIAN GAMES; SILVER SPANGLED HAMBURGS; LIGHT BRAHMAS; FAWN AND WHITE RUNNER DUCKS AND WILD MALLARD DUCKS GREETINGS In presenting this, our annual mating list, we wish to thank our old customers for their liberal patronage and hope by fair dealings to win many new ones. Our aim in this circular is' to furnish information and tanswer questions which we are day in regard to stock - and eggs. Lombardy Heighths Poultry Farm miles is situated one- - and one-ha- lf from Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, and contains three hundred acres oF blue grass land, which all birds have access to, except during the mating season when they are confined to large grass runs with modern open front houses. We are better prepared to meet all demands, both for stock and eggs, than ever before and have increased both quantity and quality of our stock to the highest standard of any breeder we know, as our show record will prove. We have always tried to avoid ex- or no . hibiting at shows with little competition in order to accumulate winnings, but instead, select the strongest competition we can find where a 1st and 2nd really shows our quality. You do not care what we or some other breeder did five or six or even three years ago, or what our stock won at that time. But you are particularly interested in what we have done during the past year. You do not wish to purchase stock or eggs from a breeder who won in years past, and has permitted his strain to run down, but from a reliable breeder, who can show what the birds in his yards at vne present season have done. Many big breeders today publish handsome catalogs telling of the many ribbons, cups, etc., their birds have won in the past. ' And if the truth was known they have not a 1st prize bird in their yards and not one that could make a fair showing at a country fair. We endeavor to maintain a reputation for fairness and trustworthiness to do a clean business satisfactory alike to ourselves and customers. We are proud of the reputation that Lombardy Heights Poultry Farm has made, also proud of the many old customers, who come to us year after year for their stock and eggs. They know they can depend on us for good stock, fertile eggs, and an absolute square deal; yet we are not satisfied. Each succeeding year you will find us trying to improve the already high standard of our stock. To Purchasers of Birds. We have always exhibition and stock birds for sale at reasonable prices and specimens will willingly be sent on approval; but should they not suit the requirements of customers, they must be returned express paid same day as received after being fed and watered, when money will be refunded, or other birds sent on approval if desired. To Purchasers of Eggs. Give the eggs 24 hours rest after arrival before setting. They should be examined before signing express receipt and if not in good condition, at once send in your claim to express company. All infertile eggs will be replaced if returned unbroken not later than the 15th day and packed in same case as sent, express prepaid. Cash or Current Exchange. Must accompany all orders. Orders for stock or eggs filled in rotation. Orders for eggs should be placed as early as possible to insure nromnt -- prominent than of any fowl coming under our observation. As layers they are the "King" bird of all domestic fowls. In 1912 a pen of three pullets laid 48 eggs in 19 consecutive days. Offsprings from these hens are among my breeders. The number of eggs they lay will make people "sit up and take notice." Their propensities for sitting are not as strong as some classes, but rest assured that when you set a Lakenvelder she will never leave her nest and will hatch every hatchable try in 1903: " The"race and 'spright ly movements of these birds are more into tnjs coun Eggs from Exhibition matings, $5.00 per 15 Eggs from Foundatron mating, $3.00 per 15 Eggs from good breeding stock, $1.75 per 15, or $3.00 per 30 take in trying them. Eggs from Pen No. 1, $5.00 per 15 Eggs from Pen No. 2, $3.00 per 15 WILD MALLARD DUCKS LIGHT BRAHMAS We have one pen of Wild MalThe Light Brahrnas are one of the oldest breeds we have. New breeds lards, that is headed by 1st drake at may come and go, but the good old Kentucky State Fair and two other Light Brahrnas keep pace with the drakes equally as good. They are times. They have maintained their mated to a nice flock of ducks, that position among thousands of scruti- are splendid layers and beautifully A FEW TESTIMONIALS. Space will not permit us publishing the many letters we receive daily, but we will give a few below to show what our customers think of us. Livingston, Ky., Nov. 24, 1915 Mr. J. O. Reid, ped same day. registered letter. If the selection of eggs is left to us we can often fill your order sooner and out of better pens when we have a surplus; but unless this is done, you will get eggs as specified in your order or your money will be refunded. At six of the largest shows in 1915, we won 139 firsts; 69 seconds and 26 thirds out of a possible 240, besides many cups and practically all specials and sweepstakes in our classes. Can furnish show birds for any show and guarantee them to win. Birds telegraphed for, will be ship- much time as possible; get your order whte eggs. Chicks are very hardy, in early and we'll try to ship on spe- grow fast maturing, with good care, cial date. In order to prevent any at an early age; pullets begin laying misunderstanding send your order in very early and continue through the Winter. They are quite hardy and bear confinement well. Their meat is fine grained, tender, sweet and juicy. In weight they are about the same as Black Minorcas. Cocks der. weigh from 6 to 8 pounds, hens from In our breedifl pens this year we 5 to 7 pounds. are using very ifle specimens of feEggs from Exhibition matings, males wide brelt, long back taper$5.00 per 15 ing to tail, very mall comb. Eggs from Foundation stock, Eggs from Exhibition Pens, egg. The chicks of the Lakenvelder are as hardy as any of the Mediterranean class. They arefast growers and the greatest rustlei's we ever owned. They are the prettiest chicks ever taken from the nest. Some come high cream, others light bodies and mottled heads, while some are dull black in color. There is not a strain of particoloredVfowls in existence that will throw m large a percentage of perfect specinuns as the Lakenvel $2.00 per 15 Foundation Stock Prices. Cocks and Cockerels, $3.00 to $7.50; Hens and Pullets, $2.00 to $5.00. Show birds a matter of correspondence. All stock is guaranteed to plaese or money refunded. All eggs guaranteed to arrive safe and 80 fertility, or replaced free of charge. Write us your wants. We can please you. Catalogue, free. CARE OF CHICKENS delivery. 1, if weather conditions are favorable. We can ship to any part of the U. S. and Canada with good results. 2. AH eggs for hatching are packed very carefully in the best shipping boxes to be had. We positively do not ship any eggs which are more than one week old. We do not deviate from this rule. After eggs have been under incubation a week or ten days, return express prepaid all clear eggs. They will be replaced immediately free of charge. 3. We guarantee eggs and stock to arrive safe at your express office. If eggs are broken in transit have damage noted on express receipt and we will replace same, provided you pay the express charges on duplicate shipment. If anything is wrong with stock have damage noted on express receipt and we will adjust the matter satisfactorily. 4. Our stock is thoroughbred and mated up for best results." 5. You can order two or more kinds in one setting. 6. Eggs quoted from different pens are mated up in No. 1 pens we have our best carefully selected birds, and these are as good pens as can be found anywhere regardless of the price. Our other pens are larger flocks of birds but are mated up of aU -- straight, healthy; thoroughbred birds,- and'as good' as any one. can mate up large pens, and will give good results. If you buy your eggs from us you will get satisfaction. 7. All stock sold guaranteed to please. If birds are not entirely satisfactory, you have the privilege of returning them immediately, but please Seed them well and give them fresh water before shipping them - January QUESTIONS ANSWERED In our busy time much correspondence can be avoided if you read the following carefully: 1. We ship eggs any time after days to hatch a chick. They should not be fed for about 48 hours when first hatched. Great care should be exercised so as not to feed too much and do not feed over four times a day; after a few days seatter a little cracked corn and whole wheat in a little Jitter for the youngsters to scratch, use fine cut clover hay or clean chaff for litter and you will see them grow; after they start to get feathers start to feed a mash once a day (mix equal parts of ground oats, corn meal and wheat bran, add a little ground bone or beef scrap; do not use too much bone or scrap in the start as it is apt to give loose bowels). Always provide clean fresh water for them to drink. If you follow these directions you will raise the finest youngsters in the shortest possible time and they will pay you a handsome profit. Cleanliness is essential to success in the poultry business. Young chicks must not be allowed to eat stale or sour food; drinking vessels or fountains should be watched closely that they are free from dirt and scalded frequently with hot water so as to keep them pure and sweet. Do not feed too much corn to your laying stock in Summer time as it too fattening and heating, but during the Winter it can be fed in the evening as it supplies more warmth than any other food, and for the morning meal feed a warm mash of equal parts of ground oats, corn meal and wheat bran, with clover hay, vegetables, ground bone or beef scraps. Feed your birds well early in the Fall and get them in good condition and they will lay all winter. Keep them clean quarters, clean litter for scratching feed and free from draughts but give them plenty of fresh air and do not be afraid to let them out if the weather permits. Clean quarters are important, al so keep house dry and do not let your fowls out on cold windy days. Don't worry about the poultry business being overdone, as the demand is larger than the supply of good stock and eggs. Study your chickens as you would a book, and use plenty of common sense judgment and your success is assured. Keep your fowls exercising by feeding your grain in the scratching litter, and remember that hens or pullets must be in good "condition before they will lay eggs; be not too much afraid of having your fowls overfat if you keep them strong and healthy. 'Give fowls plenty of fresh water in Summer and keep it clean and in the shade. Do not try to keep more fowls than you have room, as crowded poultry does not pay any profit. In buying stock do not aim at quantity but at quality, and then produce from them quantity and quality. 21 It requires are considered the greatest of all lays, ers, are few of them showing a tendency to broodiness. Their eggs are in great demand at all restaurants and hotels. They will lay more eggs on a smaller amount of feed than any breed in existence. Ninety-fiv- e per cent of all successful egg farms are stocked with them. The most rigid tests have proven them superior to any other variety for the number of eggs laid. They belong to the Mediterranean class, cockerels 4 2 pounds; hens 4 pound the cock birds weighing 5 pounds; cockerels 4 pounds; hens 4 pounds and pullets 3 pounds. Eggs from Exhibition matings, $5.00 per 15 Eggs from Foundation Stock $2.50 per 15 Eggs from Utility matings, $1.50 per 15; or $2.50 per 30 non-sitter1-- SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORNS The Single Comb White Leghorns $5.0(1 per 15 Eggs from Inundation stock, $3.00 per 15,wr $5.00 per 30 WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS The White Phkiiouth Rock possess the same valualB; qualities as the Barred variety, lith the advantage of a solid white image, much easier to breed true t standard require- ments. They di 3S excellent, have fine yellow skin id legs, and show no dark pin feath s. Ihey stand to- day at the head f general purpose fowls, are excel nt winter layers, t fowl. Our breed and a No. 1 ma ing pens of this magnificent breed are of selected birds of true shape and color. They are the results of our many years of breeding. , Eggs from Exhibition matings, $5,001 per 15 Eggs from Founuatlon matings, $1.75 per 15, (or $3.00 per 30 BUFF PLYMOUTH ROCKS Here we have another of the Buffs and, like the Buff Leghorns, they are very popular; they combine all the good qualities of Barred and White Rocks with that beautiful color of buff which attracts the attention of disinterested p'ersons in poultry, and no one can help but fall in love with a flock of them. They are as useful as they are attractive, for they combine utility and appearance in one. They have a rich buff color, yellow legs, beak and skin; they are very hardy, mature early, and are good foragers and great layers. My specpens are. mated up of high-clas- s imens, clean buff to the skin, fine shape and up to the (standard requirements; exceptionally good winter layers and one of theJvery best utility birds. Standard vfcight cock, 9 V pounds; cockerel, f Jpounds; hen 7 pounds; pullet, 6 prinds. Eggs from Exfrition matings, $5.00fjjer 15 Eggs from Foutflation matings, Eggs from fcfod breeders, $1.75 per 15, 3 $3.00 per 30 PARTRIDGlt ROCKS These are similan in color to the nizing admirers and continue to satisfy all that breed them. Any breed giving such universal satisfaction among so many breeders must have qualities of a very high order that are rarely possessed in any other variety. They are very large, dress well for market, have a nice, yellow skin, will fatten nicely when matured, and command the best prices. They lay a large brown egg, some a little lighter color than others; they are excellent setters and mothers, will do well in small yards and not fly over any ordinary fence. If you want one of the best of the large breeds you will make no mistake in trying the Light Brahrnas. Standard weight of cock, 12 pounds; hen, O1 pounds. We have When other breeds are dormant recently added to this variety, purchasing some of the best birds we could get and will offer a few settings to our customers, not more than 15 eggs at one time. Eggs from Pen No. 1, $5.00 per 15 Eggs from Pen No. 2, $2.00 per 15 CORNISH INDIAN GAMES As a table fowl the Indian Game is unsurpassed; its breast is a solid piece of meat. The yellow legs mean a rich yellow skin. The Standard weights are: Cock, 9 pounds; hens, 7 pounds. In color they are of a rich dark brown, the penciling being of a lighter brown. They are of quick-growin- g SILVER SPANGLED HAMBURGS The Silver Spangled Hamburgs are one of the most beautiful breeds of poultry that we have, and they are, without a doubt, one of the great breeds, and We have some of the finest specimens that can be obtained anywhere, for they have proved themselves right there with the goods in the show room, winning the blue in a clean sweep. They are admired by everybody, and truly deserve a warm spot in the fancier's heart. They are about the size of the Leghorns, and their flesh is Juicy and tender, and they are great layers, small feeders and enjoy looking for what they eat. They mature early and are pert and plump when first hatchgrowing right along. We ed, have some of the finest matings this season that can be found, and you will get results by getting your eggs from our yards. Eggs from Exhibition matings, $5.00 per 15 Eggs from Foundation stock, $1.75 per 15, or $3.00 per 30 egg-produci- ng fine broiler in a short time because they have short feathers; the nutriment required to put feathers on other breeds going to flesh, which is more juicy and tender than that of a young turkey. The hens are good setters and mothers and the chicks are very hardy. This is also a new va riety we have recently added, and will offer a few settings at $5.00 per 15 from 1st Pen $2.00 per 15 from 2nd Pen Not more than one setting at a time. habits, producing a non-sitter- s. WHITE CRESTED BLACK POLISH As an ornamental and useful fowl the White Crested Black Polish have no equal. Their fine glossy black plumage and clear white crests at once challenge admiration. They are an ornament to every yard, besides, being of a tamely disposition and make regular pets as they are not of such a high, nervous, excitable nature like some of the other smaller breeds and thus are fitted for village or city yard. There are no breeds that have more admirers than the beautiful White Crested Black Polish. $3.00tler 15 Eggs from choice show birds, $5.00 per 15 Limited to one setting- - at a time. BUFF COCHIN BANTAMS The Buff Cochin Bantams are a very beautiful breed of small fowl. In color they are a golden buff, same as Buff Cochins, except that the cock is usually a dark buff. They are very tame and quiet, making the finest pets. In size they are just a little larger than the Golden Sebright Bantam. They lay well and are good Chicks :yp pnsilv anil mnthm-s- . raised. Too much cannot be said of SINGLE COMB BUFF LEGHORNS The Buff Leghorns are a very pop- what heavier than the other varieties of the Leghorn family and are very good layers of a large-size- d white egg, and no fowl has ever attracted more attention. The demand for stock and eggs is far greater than the supply. They have the same characterization as other Leghorns, are a little larger, in size and a splendid table fowl. Their combs, wattles and faces are a bright red, ear lobes white, beak and legs a rich yellow, and the plumage a solid buff, this combina tion makes a very beautiful fowl .and Diras are a solid Dun, ana no Detter are to be found in any breeder's pens. Our birds are bred from the best strains in the country. The S. C. Buff Leghorns are the best of all Leghorns the best layers, the quickest maturing and make as fine a broiler in the shortest time of any fowl. Eggs from Exhibition matings, $5.00 per 15 Eggs from Foundatron stock, $2.50 per 15 Eggs from Utility matings, $1.50 per 15, or $2.50 per 30 claims upon the practical side of the They are somepoultry business. ular bird and have many strong The bird, your money refunded. above guarantee does not apply to utility birds, as owing to our low prices, utility stock cannot be sold under this guarantee. 9. In ordering eggs, give us as WHITE FACED BLACK SPANJSH White Faced Black Spanish are oack. breeds. 8. If we cannot select a suitable classed with the non-sitting They have bright red wattles and combs, pue white face, presenting a striking appearance which, is peculiar to them alone. Their plumage is a rich glossy black throughout. They are splendid layers or large pure Partridge Wyandotte; with single combs and with till the strong points of the Rock family. Try them and you will not regret your choice. They are hardy, easily' raised and are a first-clafowl for the farmer or village yard. They are true Rocks and general purpose fowl are a very-goobounds as their many excellent points as well as a fancier's fowl. We have this beautitul breed; they are just are becoming known. The Blacks are some very choice matings and you what you want for your boy or girl extra fine birds and are admired by will get the goods that will please if you have very limited room to everyon who sees them. They you. keep chickens, as they can be kept Cockerel. Eggs from Pen No. 1, are the cream of the poultry yard. in a small place. White Crested Black Polish Standard weight, We have them fine and massive and $5.00 per 15 not over 30 ounces for cock and 2G 1st Cockerel; 2nd Cockerel; 1st Eggs from Pen Nc. 2, not a fault against their credit. Our ounces for hen. Pullet. pens are mated up with as fine speci$2.00 per 15 Eggs from Pen No. 1, Black Orpingtons mens as can be found, true Orping- Not more than two settings at a time. $3.50 per 15 1st Cockerel; 2nd Cockerel; 1st ton shape, large size, and the color is Eggs from Pen No. 2, Pullet. true black with the genuine green SILVER PENCILED PLYMOUTH $2.00 per 15 ROCKS sheen, not full of purple feathers like Kentucky State Pair, 'Louisville, Ky., These are a new breed and are most breeders have, and we assure JAPANESE SILKIE BANTAMS September 13 to 18, 1915 you that you will find no better bred capturing the hearts of every one The Japanese Silkie isja curiosity. that sees them. They are certainly stock than we have. Blue Andalusions one of the handsome fowls as well Instead of feathers they are covered Eggs from Exhibition matings, 1st Cock; 2nd Cock; 1st Hen; 2nd as one of the good practical ones. with a soft silkie down. They have Hen; 1st Pullet; 2nd Pullet; 1st Old $3.50 per 15 They resemble the Dark Brahma strawberry combs, live toes, pure Pen; All Specials. Eggs from good breeders. somewhat, being of a grayish color, white in color and will attract attenper 15 $1.50 S. C. Buff Leghorns with dark penciling, which makes a tion wherever seen. They can be 2nd Cock; 5th Cock; 1st Cockerel; pretty effect. They possess all confined in a two foot fence, as they 4th Cockerel; 3rd Pullet; 5th Pullet; SINGLE COMB BLUE ANDALU- verygood qualities of t"ie Rock fam- cannot fly. They are splendid laythe SIANS ily, and are bound to become a very ers and lay a rather large egg for a 1st Young Pen;S. $10.00 Special for C. Buff Leghorns. The Blue Andalusians are an Eng- popular fowl. We have some very Bantam. They are becoming very best exhibit of All Club Specials for best colored lish breed of fowl, dating back 50 choice stock, mated for results. popular and you will make no mis- - and shaped birds in show. years, when they were bred quite extensively in Andalusia Spain, whence they derive their name. They belong ' Georgia-Florid- a Fair, Valdosta, Ga., g to the class, having bred October 19 to 23, 1915 them for a time and found none Blue Andalusions broody; as layers they have no su1st Cock: 2nd Cock: 1st Hen: 2nd periors, laying the whole year, both i Hen; 1st Cockerel; 2nd Cockerel; 1st Summer and Winter; eggs are white Pullet; 2nd Pullet; 1st Old Pen. in color and of large size. They are ? fOT T ".A H. V" V Lakenvelders T hardy chicks, grow fast, pullets often l 1st Cock; 2nd Cock; 1st Hen; 2nd laying at the age of 4 months. SJZ'.tft Hen; 1st Cockerel; 1st Pullet; 2nd They have red wattles, face and Pullet. comb; and white ear lobes. Size, same W. C. Black Polish as Minorcas; color, a slate blue, and 1st Cockerel. they are a very handsome fowl as well as practical. Give them a trial S. C. Buff Leghorns and you will not be disappointed. 1st Cock; 2nd Cock; 1st Cockerel; The only fowl that carries the na2nd Cockerel; 1st Pullet; 2nd Pullet. tional colors, red, white and blue. Silver Penciled Plymouth Rock. Eggs from our choice 1st prize 1st Hen; 2nd Hen. Exhibition matings $7.50 per 15 Buff Plymouth Rock. Eggs from 2nd pen Exhibition 1st Cock; 2nd Cockerel; 1st Pulmatings, $5.00 per 15 let; 3rd Pullet. "Eggs from Foundation stock, youngsters just will eat green apples or White Plymouth Rock $2.50 per 15 1st Hen; 1st Cockerel; 1st Pullet. puckery persimmons or too much jelly cake. Old' Eggs from good breeders, fashioned belliake is acute indigestion. Give the sufferer $2.00 per 15 Ohio Falls Fanciers' Association, Eggs from Utility matings, Armory Building, Louisville, Ky. a good big dose of castor oil and apply a hot water $1.75 per 15, or $3.00 per 30. November 22 to 27, 1915. bottle "to the spot of greatest pain. Blue Andalusions, THE LAKENVELDER 1st Cock; 2nd Cock; 3rd Cock; 1st You, ought to, have one The Lakenvelder fowl is the 20th our guaranteed Hen; 2nd Hen; 1st Cockerel; 2nd Century wonder of the poultry 'Cockerel; 1st Pullet; 2nd Pullet. hot water oottles in your home for neuralgia, tooth-ac- he world. For beauty and admirable Lakenvelders and rheumatism, too. traits they have no equal. On the 1st Hen; 1st Pullet. lawn and in their yards they are the Buff Plymouth Rocks most graceful and beautiful. 3rd Cockerel; 3rd Pullet. rubber carry the highest quality When' other breeds are dormant, Silver Penciled Rocks goods to be had. during the molt and cold weather, 1st Hen. these birds are busy, helping fill the Partridge Rocks egg basket. The flesh of the fowl is Our castor oil in bulk or capsule is as slick 1st Cock; 2nd Hen; Silver Cup for gamey white and has somewhat of a best Cock in show. and active as greased lightning. flavor. Given free range they will e P S. C Buff Leghorns one-ha- lf living. They of their hunt 2nd Cock; 2nd Cockerel; 3rd Pulare not nervous birds, are easily tamThe 'Lincoln let. Stanford, Ky. ed and stand confinement better than other fowls. Wkite Crested Black Polish Dr. W. N. CRAIG, FkarmacUt Their native Tiome is Holland, be-- J. W. ACEY, Proprietor. 1st' Cockerel. COMB BLACK ORPINGTONS In the Orpingtons we have a breed that is excelled by none. They are simply egg machines, and besides are one of the choicest meated chickens bred. Their popularity is gaining by SINGLE ss Set-frp- vs d J Stanford, Ky., Hear Sir: I am well pleased with six Buff Leghorns and Cockerel I received from you some time ago, I have been waiting for them to begin their winmarked. ter appearance before I wrote you. They have now about completed their Price per 11 eggs $1.50 molt, and look fine. I was surprised to get two eggs on the second day FAWN AND WHITE RUNNERS after they arrived. I wish to thank We have a large flock of fawn you for the selection. and white runners that are on free Yours truly, range. Many of them have blue ties W. T. Amyx. to their credit and they are a splen- diu laying strain. Chatham, Va., May 3, 1915 Price per 11 eggs $1.00 Mr. J. O. Reid, Stanford, Ky., OUR SHOW RECORD. Dear Sir: Received eggs last week; were all Perhaps no breeder has ever made such a wonderful show record as we O. K., only one broken. Thanking have made in the past year, and to you for your prompt attention, I am Yours respectively, prove our claims that our stock is of Mrs. Chas: L. Hutson. the highest quality, we give the fol lowing winnings: Lebanon Jet., Ky., Jan. 8 1916 Kentucky State Show, Lexington, Mr. J. O. Reid, Ky., January 4 to 8, 1915 Stanford, Ky., Bear Sir: Blue Andalusians Was well pelased with the Rooster. 1st Cock; 1st Cockerel; 1st Pullet. He far exceeded my expectations and S. C. Buff Leghorns you have an 1st Hen; 1st Pullet; 2nd Pullet. All expect soon, will the one order for another as I raised was Club Specials for best colored and too small, and I need two good ones shaped birds in show. for my flock. Lakenvelders Respectfully, 1st Cock: 1st Cockerel; 1st Hen; Charles Bradshaw. 1st Pull-,Elizabethtown, Ky., Feb. 14, '16 Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Ky., Mr. J. O. Reid, August 2 to 7, 1915 Stanford, Ky., Bear Sir: Lakenvelders Am enclosing P. O. money 1st Cock; 1st Hon; 1st Pullet; 2nd for eeggs, which makes us order even Pullet; 1st Cockerel. again. I tested out the eggs and S. C. Buff Leghorns found but two clear eggs in the 55 2nd Cock; 3rd Cock; 2nd Hen; 3rd or 97 re fertility, which speaks well Hen; 1st Cockerel; 2nd Cockerel; 1st for your pens. Am expecting to Pullet; 2nd Pullet. hatch some prize winners from them. Will have another order for you ere S. C. White Leghorns 2nd Hen; 3rd Hen; 1st Cockerel; long. 2nd Cockerel; 3rd Cockerel; 1st PulRespectfully yours, H. L. Milby. let; 2nd Pullet; 3rd Pullet. reN. B. Please acknowledge Buff Rocks 2nd Cockerel: 3rd Cockerel; 2nd ceipt. Pullet; 3rd Pullet. Barbourville, Ky., Oct. 9, 1915 Blue Andalusions Mgr., Mr. John 2nd Cock; 2nd Hen; 3rd Hen; 1st Lombardy O. Reid, Poultry Heights Farm, Cockerel; 2nd Cockerel; 1st Pullet; Stanford, Ky., 2nd Pullet. Eear Sir: W. C. Black Polish Crate containing four pullets and 2nd Cockerel; 1st Pullet; 2nd Pul- one cockerel of pure breed Buff Plylet. mouth Rocks reached me in A- -l conBlack Orpingtons dition. As you know, I have had 1st Cock; 1st Hen; 1st Cockerel; other dealings with you and the 1st Pullet. greatest tribute I know to pay you is that you are "square to a fault" White Plymouth Rocks do exactly what you say you will 3rd Pullet; 2nd Pullet; 1st Cockdo, and such men are the steering erel. wheel to a better ctizenship. Very truly yours, Stanford, K. of P. Fair, Stanford, W. C. Black. Ky., August 21 to 23 Cincinnati, O., Dec. 25, 1915. S. C. White Leghorns Mr. J. O. Reid, 1st Cockerel; 3rd Cockerel; 2nd Stanford, Ky., Pullet; 3rd Pullet; 1st Pen and Best Dear Sir: Pen in Mediteraman class. I received the birds in fine shape Friday, and they are fine. S. C. Buff Leghorns Yours truly, 1st Cock; 2nd Cock; 1st Hen; 2nd A. H. Buermeier, Hen; 1st Cockerel; 2nd Cockerel; 1st 1784 Dreman Ave., Cincinnati. 0. Pullet; 2nd Pullet. Buff Plymouth Rocks 1st Cock; 1st Hen; 2nd Hen; 1st Guston. Ky., 1915. Cockerel; 2nd Cockerel; 1st Pulelt; Mr. J. O. Reid, 2nd Pullet. Stanford, Ky., Dear Sir: Blue Andalusions I received the Blue Andalusion 1st Cock; 2nd Cock; 1st Hen; 2nd Hen; 1st Pullet; 2nd Pullet; 1st eggs and I had eleven chicks to hatch and have nine of them now, two Cockerel; 2nd Cockerel. weeks old. I never saw chicks grow White Plymouth Rocks I am well pleased with them. 1st Cock; 1st Hen; 2nd Hen; 3rd faster. Respectfully, Cockerel; 1st Pullet; 3rd Pullet. Mrs. Dan Dowell. Lakenvelders 1st Cock; 2nd Cock; 1st Hen; 2nd Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 27. '15 Hen; 1st Pullet; 2nd Pullet; 1st . Stanford, Ky., Dear Sir: I received the five female and one S. C. White Leghorns male, year-ol-d on Thanksgiving day. They are beauties. Please accept my many thanks. I am Yours truly, Parke Williams. P. S. You forgot to tell me in your letter what strain they were. Would thank you very much for a card giving me the much desired information. P. W. Stanford, Ky., Dear Sir: I received the assortment of birds sent me and am well pleased with them, they are just like you represented them to be. I trust I will have as good results with them as you said you had. I am also enclosing you a money order for the Cockerel you included in the above shipment. Thanking you for your kindness in this matYours truly, E. Leo Mattingly. P. S. Please suggest some good poultry journal for me to take. Send me one of your 1916 mating lists. Mr. J. O. Reid, Mr. Mr. J. O. Reid, J. Lebanon, Ky., Nov. 10, 1916 O. Reid, non-sittin- ikV3k A 7:"4V "X. - When ter, I am Little Willie Gets the Tummy Ache! Elizabethtown, Ky., Dec. 19, '16 The Stanford, Ky., Dear Sir: The Cock bird I bought of you recently has moulted out good and white. He is indeed a fine looking bird and I intend to use him in my best pen this season. I am well satisfied with him and the pullet also. I will want anolher incubator setting from you soon. I remain, Howard L. Milby. IN CONCLUSION. We have not given you in these pages windy description or exaggera- of We of i Pharmacy, -- v ted description and promises, but have given you facts in as few words as possible. We have been delayed in getting our 1916 catalog completed, due to having cuts made of our birds and yards. This work is now well under way and we hope to be ready to mail them in a short time. They will give a much fuller description of our breeding pens, as well as views. And will gladly be mailed to all asking for same. Yours very truly, Lombardy Heights Poultry Farm, Jao. O. Reid, Prep. I . 6s I Aj The Interior Journal, Starjfordf Kentucky: Friday, March 10, 1916. SEVERE PUNISHMENT Of Mrs. Cbappell, of Five Tears1 Standing, Relieved by Cardui. ably holcls in her hand the key of all your futf.re habpiness?" "The key tc my happiness is no longer iB that woman's hands," announced Golden. Yet a tremulous note in is gr;at voice sent a wave of pity sarginj: through the younger man, whose arn i went out to the stooping shoulder sj close to him. And that unexpectedly intimate touch, apparently, was loo much for the already unnerved man at the desk, for with a geUure oddly poignant he lifted his hard am pressed it against his closed eyes, as though in an effort to shut awajactujalitie8 which were too dark to bd endured. Manley.'as ha did so, slipped a hand in under tie label of the older man's coat, lifted a wallet lightly from its pocket, aid .stood upright again. Then, with! a sjhrug that was almost one of pity'as he looked down at the still silent millionaire, he turned away and slipped out of the room. The depariinig woman had already passed through the street door before he could overtake her. She stopped wonderingly tt his call to her. "Mr. Goldet, madam, seems to have changed his mind. Here are a few hundred dollars from him, which may be of material itssisstance to you in this matter you spoke of." Manley, wh had taken the roll of bills from the wallet, was quite n-faced as he handed the money to woman. Yet the equally solemn-facethe shadow of a smile played about his lips as he watched the austere j figure in blacc disappear from sight. Then ho turned back to the library. There he found Golden pacing back and forth, padding grotesquely about from pocket to pocket. "Manley, my wallet's gone!" was the financier's cry, Was therei any money in it?" inquired the secretary. "What d' you suppose I'd keep in it?" was the impatient demand. "Talcum powder? Of course there was money in it over four hundred dollars in greenbacks!" Manley shook his head in mock sorrow. "This, sir, looks like very grave 1 L $' Page Three White's Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Concentrated 'Mineral Water a Panacea Physiological and Medical Scientists of renown express themselves as convinced that most if rpt all chronic and incipient diseases hive their origin in, and should he reached curatively through, the Liver or the Kidneys. These organs constitute the great cleansing and filtering systems of tke human body. When they perform properly, all is well. On the other hand, if sickness or constipation prevails it must be reached for correction primarily, AND AT ONCE, through the Liver and Kidneys the seat of its origin: g the breeding place of the Microbes and toxines that are variously the cause of every disease-producin- Hom- - b at JBa AW! mm . yI The Wisdom of Scientists ' Mt. Airy, N. C. Mrs. Sarah M. Chap-pe- ll of this town, says: "I suffered foi five years with womanly troubles, alsc stomach troubles, and my punishment was more than any one could tell. I tried most every kind of medicine, but none did me any good. I read one day about Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I decided to try it. I had not taken but about six bottles until I was almost cured. It did me more good than all the other medicines I had tried, put together. My friends began asking me why looked so well, and I told them about Cardui. Several are now taking it." Do you, lady reader, suffer from any of the ailments due to womanly trouble, such as headache, backache, sideache, sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired feeling? II so, let us urge you to give Cardui a trial. We feel confident it will help you, just as it has a million other women in the past half century. Begin taking Cardui You won't regret it AH druggists. 1 to-da- AUTHOR OF "THE OCCASIONAL OFFENDER," "THE WIRE TAPPERS," "GUN RUNNERS," ETC NOVELIZED FROM THE n PATHE PHOTO PLAY OF THE SAME NAME conrCMT. tm. wt ATtnm raiment SYNOPSIS. On Windward island Palidori intrigues Mrs. Golden into an appearance o evil which causes Golden to capture and torture the Italian by branding his face and crushing his hand. Palidori opens the dyke gates and floods the island and in the general rush to escape the flood kiddaughter naps Goiden's Twelve years later in New York a Masked One calling himself "the Hammer girl of God" rescues an eighteen-year-ol- d from the cadet Casavanti, to whom Jules Legar had delivered her, and takes her to the home of Enoch Golden, millionaire, whence she is recaptured by Legar. Legar and Stein are discovered by Manley. Goiden's secretary, setting fire to Goiden's buildings, but escape. ld Mar-gor- y. THIRD EPISODE THE COGNAC CASK "Bring that woman in here!" commanded Enoch Golden as he flung open his library door. He stepped inside, the next moment, as the figure in black, pinioned close between young Manley and Wilson, the butler, was piloted into the shadowy room. "Sit down!" he barked out at the silent and motionless figure with the heavy black veil still draping its face. "Manley, is there any chance of this woman being armed?" Golden suddenly asked of his secretary. "She's not armed, sir," was young Manley's quiet reply, "though it took a tussle before Wilson and I could get hold of her." "Well'," Golden said to the veiled figure in the chair, "what brought you spying and lurking about my home?" That was a question which the woman apparently chose to leave unanswered. "Do you intend to answer?" demanded the millionaire. "Or must I have you put out of this house without a hearing?" "That seems to be a habit of which time has not deprived you," was the quiet-tonereply. It was not the muffled sting In those words, nor the calm bitterness with which they were spoken, but more the voice itself, with its ghostly reminder of other days, that brought Golden up short. "Who are you?" he repeated when he saw that he and the veiled woman were alone in the room. "And why are you here?" "You will misjudge that," answered the woman as she threw back the heavy folds of her veil, "as much as you misjudged my actions of twenty d y. Write te; Chattanooga Medidne Co., Ladies Adrisory Dept.. Chettanoort, Tenn., for Secia. book, "Home Inttruction on your case and Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. K.C. 1 24 64-pa- PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS : Dr. CHAS. HART DENTIST m A modern equipped office. Somno-foranesthesia and orthodontia a specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Myers House Flats Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 Stanford, Ky. times a foreigner or two comes in, mostly by accident. But yesterday, when I was in the kitchen, three men came in a hurry. They had dodged under cover there to escape being s seen by a man. I could hear their talk through the little kitchen slide through which we pass our dishes. And when I heard their voices I opened the slide a little, and I knew at once that one of the men was Palidori, or Legar, as he calls himself now. He was talking mostly to a man called Casavanti. Then " "Wait a minute," interrupted Golden, with his finger on the bell button, "I want my secretary' to hear this." . The woman in black sat silent until Manley had the room. Then Golden motioned for her to continue. "I heard Legar mention your name," she went on, still unmoved by the g older man's incredulity. "Then he blamed Casavanti for some scheme that had failed, some scheme to degrade my Margory. But he had the girl back, he said, and this time he'd expect Casavanti to do his part. "Casavanti also said he wanted that woman for himself, and declared she'd come like a hungry cat when he'd finished with her. I knew then what he was. I knew what Legar was planning. It it made me forget everything. I started for the table where they were. I tried to hold Legar. I I think I called for help. I clung to him as he staggered toward the door. But one of his men struck me. They escaped, then, for I was too dazed to do anything more." carelessness!" plain-clothehalf-sneerin- White's Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water a Panacea To specify the numerous diseases curable by White's Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water is needless in the light of what has been stated. This water is a SPECIFIC (meaning an absolute) remedy for ALL Liver and Kidney difficulties; therefore, it follows that it is practically a HEALING AGENT FOR EVERY DISEASE OF THE HUMAN SYSTEM. This, then, involves diseases of the stomach; of the bowels; of the nerves; of the heart; of the lungs; of the blood; of the muscles; of the bones and even of the skin, etc. When the Liver or Kidneys, therefore, are disordered, LOSE NOT A MOMENTS TIME in setting them right. With White's Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water which is not a drug it is Nature's remedy put here for the afflicted, therefore do not get the Laxative habit as physicians everywhere are discarding the use of violent purges in favor of Crab Orchard Mineral Water which has the endorsement of the highest Medical Authorities. SOLD AT ALL DRUG STORES AT 50 CENTS A BOTTLE.TR iVRWrW1" If your druggist hasn't it we will send a bottle on receipt of fifty (50) cent money order or in stamps. We are the producers of this wonderful remedy, therefore beware of Adventurers, Adulterers and Counterfeiters and buy only of the Druggists or Owners of these Original Springs which possess these marvelous curative virtues. If You Value Health, Beware solem- d White's Concentrated Crab Orchard Water & Salts Co. ' CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY E0 SPRING I MILLINERY OPENING AT- - J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-29, Phone 214 DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD, KY. W. W. BURGIN DENTIST Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard - "It looks like very grave thievery to It was Manley who spoke next, an eager light in his scowling young eyes. me," snapped the older man. "But where did they say the girl (Continued on Tuesday) was?" he asked. "They did not say. But orie of them spoke of Oyster Joe, who'd stolen some casks of old cognac. This man Oyster Joe was sending the casks by another man named Old Eli to some secret hiding place." "But how can that help us?" asked A. J. Weddle & Son's, Hustonville, Ky., on Do SomeiMn for yqur Co! inl Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding .HARRY JACOBS Cemetery Hill, Phone 164 Fine Monumental Work STANFORD, KY. Dealer In years ago!" Stanford, Ky. "Why are you here?" repeated GoldClosed on Saturday en, with unconsciously hardening voice. 1 Day Phone 95 Nfcht Phone 186 JNO. M. CASEY, D. V. M. Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Office: Burton's Stable Lancaster, Kentucky Goiden's quick inquiry. "That is the one thing that made Call phone 249 and let us send our me brave enough, or cowardly enough. motor truck for your trunk, baggage or furniture. We have auto service or safe horses, nice, buggies and carriages in our livery. Try us and you'll be pleased. MASTERS & BOWYER Livery and Hauling "It was love for my daughter!" The pugnacity went out of the grim face bent over the desk top. "What do you know about about your daughter?" he demanded, not meeting her gaze. "I know that she is in danger, in terrible danger." "That means you know where she is, where she could be found?" was "I thought; with those names to work with, I might in some way find my child, find her and save her. Surely, with money, men could be hired " "Do you hear, Manley," broke in the grim-jaweman of millions. "It's money again! It's always money!" He wheeled about and confronted the tired-facewoman. "This is the second pretty story I've had to listen to lately. And, madam, I may as well tell you now that I don't believe a single word of it. Whether you're another come-o- n for that Cookson gang or not, I don't know. I don't even care. But I know that twenty years ago you deceived me, and lied to me. You robbed me of more than my home then. But you'll never do it a second d d Do not Jet xt yvesz vou out and encourage sickness. Take Dr. King's New Discovery. You will get instant relief. Saturday, March 1 8th. x You Are Cordially Invited to Attend. Mta -- Stanford AUCTIONEERING I can get you highest prices for your land, stock, crops or household goods. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. Sales Cried Anywhere ... K. up-to-da- te Kentucky Most of us neglect coughs and colds. We brush suggestions aside with the remark "I'll be better soon," and oftentimes we do get better. However, when that cough or cold gets a hold, it usually means annoyance, interference with our 'work and often a spell of sickness follows. Isn't it better immediately to check that cold and ease the cough ? Dr. King's New Discovery does it ! Search as you will, you will not find a better remedy. time!" Dr. King's New Discovery is made of woman was also on Pine Tar mixed with soothing balsams The white-faceand laxatives. It's antiseptic and kills her feet by this time. and "I have no wish to go back to the the germs, allays the cold-fevsoothes the irritated, inflamed throat. past," was her redose gives you relief. You ply. "I expect neither pity nor gen- - The very first strain. And if you have cough with less a hacking or dry night cough, grateful relief follows and you soon drop into a restful and refreshing sleep.1 Get a bottle and let Dr. King's New Discovery be your cold and cough doctor. At all druggists. d er S?SS&SSSSS - j--r saEelwlSSSi jpiy"l l I c 'j I V I EASTER NEXT MONTH PREPARE YOURSELF - coldly-enunciate- d FOR THE ATTACK. We have now on Display to-d- ay PUBLIC SALE As we have decided to quit housekeeping and are going West, we will offer for sale on WEDNESDAY. MARCH 15th, 1916 1-- All the New Colors and Styles . in the celebrated SEE THIS ENGINE! Call and investigate the merits and price of the GRAY ENGINE WARNER'S Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. E. Main St. Phone 188 Stanford W. at Livery and Auto Service Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. Phone 5. H. H. Carter, Manager. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L. MINKS, -- Proprietor TO THE PUBLIC t - clothing house in this Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago I1L My experience In measuring and 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 is now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, Tke Practical lalior. made-to-ord- er I represent the largest and best country the farm containing 56 acres, 1 2 miles East of Crab Orchard on the Mt. Vernon load. Growing crop of 35 acres of rye, 10 acres to go in corn, balance pasture, 35 young bearing trees, 15 old trees, two wells, house with six rooms, new barn and other outbuildings new. One Garr Scott MACHINERY power, in good Engine, Scott 36x56 Sepashape; one Garr condition. One rator in first-clashape, two Saws, Saw Mill, in fine one Pape's Cutting Box with 30 feet of pipe. STOCK One pair mules 15 4 "I Could Hear Their Talk Th rough the Little Kitchen Slide." hands, 5 and 6 years old and good to come to you. I do not know where erosity from you. But when your own 4 years old, will she is. But I know that she can be daughter is in danger, when you could workers. One horse work anywhere; one bay mare, 6 found!" save her, when " her voice broke as "So you have a suspicion where she she saw the hook of adamant on Gold-en'- s years old, combined. One Preston is?" face. "Oh, it's no use; it's no filly, 10 months old. One Jersey "Yes," acknowledged the patient-eye- d use!" she cried sobbingly as she Cow, 5 years old, giving milk. 15 woman. turned and groped her way towards Duroc Shoats, about 50 pounds, one "What are those suspicions founded the door. Duroc Sow, 100 Brown Leghorn on?" It was not until that door closed be- Hens, all young. "On certain words which I over- hind her that Golden once more sank Five stacks of Hay; 25 barrels of heard, words spoken by a very evil into his chair. And as he sat there, 125 shocks of Fodder, shredman." wrestling with his own tangled emo Corn; wagon one two-hor"What is that man's name?" tions before the dark tent of his soul, ded in barn; and hack, two Oliver man, named Le- Manley stood staring down t himnd buckboard "He is a gar." with both studious and puzzled eyes, i Chilled Plows, one Section Harrow, rose from his chair. Golden half "For a man who counts his money j 2 sets of Wagon Harness and one "So you and Legar are still com- - Pirtt fimirfiR." that vouth flnallv de- - ! set of Buggy Harness. About 15 in , -vv rades, I see!" he cried, turning the dared, "I think you're the most un- hnshels of Potatoes. All household blade of hate in that still open wound mitigated ass that ever wore shoe goods. If the .farm is not sold, it of pride. leather!," will be offered for rent for cash in "Legar and I never were comrades. "Wha what's that?" demanded" the hand. Terms on personalty made For years I have kept a little res- astounded millionaire. on day of sale.!' ( taurant for art students and shopgirls, "Why, man, are you blind? Can't known Gutmaa, W Mrs. Ckrwt just off Washington square. It is .yob see this "woman is sincere, that! N. T. GutMM- - f near tke Italian .gartr there. Some- - anus teiiing mat sae fro Crab OfWL Wckr J .o.ti -A (If 4oHhhBSbE JHBRflfllHt &3y tKiSSisc&s. K2 ftp- . sl "Griffon" Clothes, For Men and Young Men. None better. Prices are right. These are by far v16-hcr- se the nicest selection of Clothingver brought to Stanford. mi ss 1-- ROBINSON'S. .y m m CIUFFOSCLOTnES III se onq-arme- d -0 w w r - . w Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS- VA. WINTER TOUklST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. F6RrWU.IHfrOII(AT,A.YTONEAWESTTtCKETAGEMTORWRrTE TM East Main Strait KING, PaaMiigwr and Ticket Laxiagtoa, Ky. Gta, um-icui- b, ' uc. K.I Jt "'. s. ST W. A. BECKLER, Ganaral .A Aant, 2 Y- Aat, Cinciaaati, Oni ' .. t J&' - 0j , ., ;-- , ' 7 ! L & J& The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 10, 1916. "v K Dividend No. 36, $25,000 Paid to Shareholders of A Hint to Mothers of Growing Children A MILD LAXATIVE AT REGULAR INTERVALS WILL PREVENT CONSTIPATION A vital point upon which all schools of medicine seem to agree is that normal regularity of the bowels is an essential to good health. The importance of this is impressed particularly on mothers of growing children. News of the Churches Dr. M. D. Early will fill his regular appointments at the Baptist church Sunday. Rev. Ernest Ford will preach at the Christian church at Junction City next Sunday. The Methodist church will hold its usual meetings next Sunday morning and evening. Rev. Welburn will preach at McKinney Sunday after- Last Warning. Every merchant hates remnants. Lincoln CouiNationalBank. On March 3, 1916. $121,000 00 76,600 00 , Total Dividends Since Organization Total Surplus and Profits now Total Earings since orgaiza- zation ,$197,600 00 Capital, $100,000; Surplus and Profits, $76,600; Deposits, $270,000. Resources Over One Half Million. -- Mrs. H. C. Turner, 844 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y., says, "I bought a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for my baby, Roland Lee Turner, and find it works just like you . said it would. It is fine for the stomach and bowels. A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup ham. for fifty cents a bottle. In a recent letter to Dr. Caldwell, should be kept in every home for use as occasion arises is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, a compound of simple laxative herbs that has been prescribed by Dr. W. B. Caldwell, of Monti- cello, 111., for more than twenty-fiv- e years, and which can now be obtained in any well stocked drug store A very valuable remedy that - ,!-'- - - ' , : . . i J ROLAND. LEE' TURNER Pepsin should be in eery home. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washi ngton St., Mon- ticello, 111. JL noon at 3 o'clock. Services at the Christian church, Sunday, March 12: Sunday school at 9:30; Preaching 10:45 and 7:15; Young People's Meeting at 6:30. Don't forget that Sunday is Rally conversion of souls. Presiding Elder C. H. Greer, of this circuit, has completed his first six months as elder. He is constantly engaged visiting the different congregations and during the six months has preached eighty-nin- e sermons. Danville Advocate. Presbyterian church, Sunday, Mch. 12: Sunday school 9:30; Services at 11 o'clock Have We Enough Religion to Make Us Wise? C. E. Meeting at 6:30, topic: Causes of Failures in Life Prov. 10:1-3Services at 7 o'clock The Success of Defeat. The Every Member Canvass for Benefi-cieCauses will be made March 19. 2; nt It's the REMNANTS At the close of the season that cripples a man's business yet the most profitable way to dispose of odd sizes, job lots and remnants is to make the Prices So Attractive That people can afford as a good investment to buy and put them away until they need them. This is our last warning concerning Everybody who knows the Taylors makers of fine whisky knows that they hate the ground r Stanford, Kentuc Beckham walks on, and then for the old Colonel to try to make sensible people believe that he gave money to help Beckham and not Stanley. It ham and Beekhamism have in Ken- is to laugh. The tucky. The Advocate's position on' Beckham has been about the .same ever since its editors The I. J. desires to call special atS. M. Saufley Publisher lery at Frankfort and sat in the gal.applauded the tention to the advertisement of the unfortunate Lillard when he voted Lombardy Heights Poultry Farm in $1 a Year When Paid in Advance; Boyle county's democracy for Brad- this issue. Its proprietor, Mr. John $1.50 When Paid at End of Year. ley and against Beckham in 1908. O. Reid, has an establishment, the Entered at the pottofiee at Stanford at tecond Keep it up, boys. magnitude of which is little known clati mail matte in this community. He ships birds eggs all over the United States The biggest joke of the whole ses- and he has built up his tremendousand The, Danville Advocate had a very sion at Frankfort was the statement ly big business by advertising. Thursday in regard of Col. Ed Taylor, the big distiller, vicious editorial to the legislation seeking to close the that he did not contrHmte any mosaloons on Sunday, and charged that ney to Stanley's campaign fund, as Congress voted overwhelmingly to the "work of the whole legislature charged in an affidavit by Elwood stand solidly behind President Wilhas been destroyed by the influence Hamilton, one of the most reputable son in his foreign policies this week. of the Beckham leaders" and then lawyers at the capital, but that he The Kentucky democrats voted to a goes on to say that "judging by did contribute to a fund to help elect man to uphold Wilson. The presithese events it looks like it is about Beckham. Hamilton showed later dent is bending every energy to keep time Kentucky was ridding herself of that Taylor gave the money to help this country out of war and to upYes, fre suppose so, Congressman Campbell Cantrill, who hold the national honor and the peoBeekhamism." and turn the whole state bver to the is about as wet as Stanley, and with ple are with him. lawless saloon element of Covington jthe distinct undertanding with the and Newport and others of their ilk 'Franklin county campaign committee The meanest man has- - been located who are the chief enemies that Beck vthafc it was not given to help Beck- near Huntington, W. Va. He eloped to Catlettsburg and was married by the Baptist minister there and gave a cold check for his services. "Corner Next To Court House." CENT Waynesq urg little found their month-old-bab-y -A- -WORD ADS t (Ads here are cent a word each issue, cash with order; no ad. less Mr. and Mrs. Herscnell Singleton than 25c each issue.) Interior Journal dead in bed, on Sui.day morning, FOR SALE A gentle young horse Feb. 27. After funeal services at the grave by Rev. JJ B. Jones on well broken. H. C. Carpenter, StanMonday morning at 10 o'clock, the ford. 19-- tf remains were laid to rest in the WayRev. J. L. Dotson stopped oyer FOR SALE. Good fresh cow here and attended prayer meeting with good bull calf. A. Zurbrugg, Friday evening. He went to Eubank R. D. 3, box 12, Stanford. p Saturday and began a series of meet19-3- nesburg cemetery. WINTER REMNANTS. Look at this Remnant Price. OVERCOATS. We have about 50 coats, worth $5 to $25. Your choice at JUST HALF their original price. MUNSING Union Suits. Only a few left and the price for the $2.50 one is $1.-5for the $2 ones, $1.25; for the $1.50 ones 90c, and for the $1 ones, 65c to close. WOOL and CASHMERE SOX, black and grey, 25c quality; the few boxes we have left, will cost 0; 1 - Men's Fine Shoes The Newest, Niftiest, Nobbiest Footwear Can Always be Had at This Store. -- a . ' ' Your Next Pair Florsheim, Eclipse or W. L. Douglas. fry $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $4,50 and $5.00. ThelBest There is to be Had in Men's Fine Shoes. Crime and treat your feet to a pair of Real Shoes. You can not know how good your feetTwill look until you have your shoes properly fitted. We will take pleasure in seeing that you get the kind of shoes you want. Everyfgood model is here, every last, every Jeather. Try us-fyour next pair and see if you don't get shoe service not obtained elsewhere. or Everything in Footwear from Childhood to Old Age. PHII1IPS 1 & PHILUPS. V y m " FEW White Wyandotte hens and Sunday morning cocks for sale. Mrs. J. N. Cash, R. 20-- tf and evening and "delivered evcellent R. 5, Stanford, Ky. sermons. There "was a large crowd present at both services. One addiFOR SALE. and high tion to the church at the evening grade Shorthorn RegisteredE. Gaines, bulls. R. He went. to Eubank Monservice. 20-- 2 day to be with Bro. Dotson in the R. F. D. 1, Stanford, Ky. meeting there. Mrs. J. S. Dumas is suffering with BULL. I will stand a nice Red sore throat. Hornless bull at my place, on Green The Death Angel visited the home River, a half mile from Jumbo at 50 of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brown in cents at the gate. John Hooker. Lexington Friday, March 3, and tool: from them their little son, age about five months. The remains were FOR SALE. Two pair of coming brought here on Saturday and after mare mules; have been funeral services at the church at 1:30 worked. H. C. Anderson, Stanfrod, p. m., by Rev. Coakley, they were 18-- 3 laid to rest in Waynesburg ceme- Ky. tery. Mr. Albert Caldwell of Cincinnati, FOR RENT. Blacksmith" shop, visited his uncle, W. It. Singleton and and complete set. of tools. On SomDUNCAN. night. The death qf Harrison Gastin was family Sunday and-aneSingleton erset street, known as Greersstand. Misses Irene y very sudden, as he had only been ill and Mr. Edgar Sims visited Misses Mrs. Mary Straub. a short time. Miss Delia Bennett has gone to Eva and Viola Gooch Sunday. Mr. S. D. Jeffreys was in CincinCincinnati. FOR SALE. Onions, potato or Mrs. Lula Carmen, daughter of H. nati on business the first of the week. Mrs. E. L. Gadberry and little sons hill, at N. Hall's, on Stanford and T. Sims, whose home is at Ludlow, spent a few days here with her par- returned last week from a visit to Somerset pike, P. O., Waynesburg, her parents in Hardin county. ents this week. 19-- 2 Misses Eva, Irene and Janey Sin- Route 1. Mr. Grover Smith and family have gleton attended meeting at Eubank moved to Oldham county. Mr. B. G. Folev was in Stanford iast Tuesday. FOR SALE. Eight pairs of comMrs. D. W. Caldwell is still on the last week on business. ing mules; will be sold sick list. Miss Anna Sims is at Waynesburg Miss Evelyn Ellison visited her at public auction at Nunnelley's this week. Stock Yards, Monday, Court Day, at Mr. Tom Meade was a visitor a1 aunt, Mrs. A. B. Morgan Saturday 1 o'clock. Foster & Woods. 19-- 2 Kings Mountain one night last week. and Sunday. Mr. Marion Caldwell of Danville, Mrs. Bertha Sims spent last Thurs- spent part of last week with his parday with Mrs. J. C. Smith. FOR SALE. Full blooded brown Miss Frankie Smith is much im- ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Caldwell. leghorn eggs for setting; 50c for setMrs. Barbee Wheeler visited the ting of 15 eggs; one proved after a short illness. milk Miss Kathleen Doan was the guest homefolks last week. can. Call phone 187, address box The 20-- tf of Miss May Leach Tuesday after- meeting Ladies Missionary prayer 513.. was held at the home of noon. Also Miss Etna Sims visited Mrs. Alice Gooch Monday afternoon. a girl friend last week. K. of P.'s at this place have SHEEP MONEY The money for The the sheep claimsof - Lincoln county finished the front of their hall and Mornings Are has been received from Frankfort, say they are in splendid shape now. paid Happiest Hours and will beGeorgeout to those to whom Miss Enid Flinn is spencrlng a few allowed. B. Cooper, County weeks with relatives a Georgetown. 20-- 3 Mr. Browning, who 'for" the past Get the Spirit of the Early Day Clerk. two years has lived on Mrs. Anna Into Your Being. Powell's place, is moving near FaulkFOR SALE. Home grown Sudan ner. Also Mr. J. Roland and wife Are you bright and happy in the grass seed, free from Johnson grass have moved from this place. or other objectionable seed; makes Mr. Keene and Miss Keene, of Pike mornings? Catarrh is the great American ail- two cuttings of excellent hay. J. T. county, have been guests of Mr. and ment. Its effects are far more gen Mrs. Duran Smallwood. ' usually are understood. Livingston, Stanford, R. D. 2. 19-2- p Mr. Elmer Moore, son of George eral of the stomach and kidneys Moore, is now in this community. j frequent cause of chronic SPRING MILLINERY. I am just dyspepsia and Brieht's disease. Ca- have arrhal conditions in the nose and back from the city markets and Suma beautiful line of Spring and throat in many cases, leads to deaf- mer Hats. I would urge the ladies ness. and Even the lungs are affected be- to come in best make their selections ones cause catarrhal inflammation finds an before theSaunders. are gone.20-- Miss 3 Ella May open way to the lung substances through the bronchial tubes. If you are not bright, cheerful FOR SALE. I will sell at public and refreshed in the mornings, ca outcry at the court house door, Mon tarrh probably is the cause. day, March 13, county court day, IrsgE npcaJ '"1 bc The mental and physical condition eight shares of stock in the Crab of catarrh sufferers is pitiable but it Orchard Banking Company. The is surprising how many people suffer stock will be sold in blocks of two from catarrh when they fully believe shares. W. A. Tribble, Stanford, something else is the cause. 19-- 2 Ky. Catarrh can be easily dejected. Some of its commonest symptoms One FOR SALE. iare: dull, throbbing headaches, wa-- j tery eyes, constant sniffling, dropping Shorthorn bull, registered; 2 Shorthorn bull, subject to regist of mucous into the throat at night , and awakening choked and half nau- - ter. Shorthorn cows and heifers for seated, sleeplessness, dizziness, full- - sale. R. M. Blackerby, R. R. 1, Stanhead, stopped up nasal passages, dry- ford, Ky. 19-- 2 ness of the membranes, paips in the stomach, side and kidney region, ESTRAY. . pale red cow, with faulty digestion, bad breath and star in forehead, spots on hip, horns coated tongue. Tanlac was created particularly to pointing down, strayed from premcombat catarrh. Thousands are tes- ises of James Durham, in McKinney. Thin Model Watch A tifying daily that Tanlac has ful- Finder reporting to" me will be rewarded. $100 reward for the convicfilled its mission. an4 now Ingersoll is Tanlac may now be had in Stan- tion of the person who disposed of ford at Penny's drug store, and at the cow. John Dye, Maywood, 20-- 4 turning out a Middleburg at W. C. Bryant's where very, very thin model its merits are explained fully. 20-- 1 FOR SALE. Seed oats, orchard watch for $3. Tanlac may be obtained at the fol- grass seed, baled Timothy, clover and lowing nearby cities: Moreland, Ab- alfalfa hay, four and three We have them here for you raham Minks; Hustonville, Adams mules, three young mares, Bros.,; McKinnev. True & Co.; Ellis-bur- hornless Shorthorn bulls; some fresh to look at; and they're interJoseph Mc Williams; Middle Jersey cows. A. W. Carpenter, More-lan- d, esting enough to look at, burg, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Ky. 16tf even if you haven't Lyne Bros., ; Brodhead, John Rob the least idea you need ?200 ins; Junction City, Reynolds & EvFOR SALE. I wish to sell the a watch. The price is ans; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts. lumber and brick, windows and dQors house ;jnust be torn in a nice ATTENTION! PENN'YS DRUG STORE down in next 60 days; house located S DRUGGISTS An exclusive Tanlac a pent is want- - on the Danville andStanford pike,! Stanford, Ky. i ed in every town, village and cross near Hanging Fork bridge. Apply roaa in inn county, ror particulars to Dr. J. T. Hammond, Shelby City, and advertising flans address Coop18-- 4 er Medicine Comvany, Dayton, Ohio. Ky. ings. Rev. E. W. Coakley filled his reg- ular appointment you 15c. ,,a2p McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD N KENTUCKY Prevents and Cures BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY two-year-o- ld ilMl BexzMS&zBm disease germs, regulates the bowels, a'ds digestion and It causes hoes to fatten nuicklv. t'se it in the (erA anH HrmV- - nA ?.- hogs will never have cholera. Costs only 5c. a month for each hog. Don't wait until they get sick. Begin giving your hops this medicine now and keep them free from worms and disease. At All Druggists- BOUHBON REMEDY COMPANY. Lexington, Ky. CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. destroys NEW STANFORD DRUG CO.iPANY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. EMBROIDERIES. Ladies, you will need them in your Spring Sewing and we have a new lot of very dainty patterns. W.E. PERKINS, - J "1 ??al Crab Orchard T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-House, Have Barbed Wire, Wire Fence, Poultry Netting and Smooth Wire and Nails. Don't fail to call when you need any of these or Phone No. 168. 10-mo.-- More Cold Weather COMING Winter Is Just Getting Started Prepare for It by Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL lAiuia 1 RELIANCE 7-jewel, 7-Je- g, 3c at Yard 14c Delivered V STORE-KEEPER- V J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KEI.TUCKY v ?, i tos V Y y X Wr'j' aWj& m t- a r . frfwJt; ' 4 .i n r . - . v. - ' The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 10, 1916. Got Rid of My Corns With Magic "Gets-It- " Simplest Corn Cure fin the World No Pain, No Fuss, jliew, Sure Way. When corns m&ke'.you almost "die with your boots on," when you've soaked them and picked them and sliced them, when i corn-swelline AV ' BE SURE TO CONSULT OR WRITE THE OFFICERS OF THE First National Bank, STANFORD, KY. Before Opening, Your Bank Account. They Will.Pay YoiflThree Per Cent. Interest on time deposits, and three per cent Interest on Savings Accounts, and will Furnish you the money to run your business, granting such accommodations as are consistent with conser- a griS vative and progressive banking. work at Mavsville WHnodoir Mrs. J. C. Hays, Mrs. L. F. Jones and Mrs. J. M. Collier, of Crab Orchard, were in town shopping Thursday. Louisville attending the burial of his brother,. D. R. Hamilton, returned F. cere regret. Senator R. L. Hubble went to Frankfort Thursday to watch the legislative animals at work. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Tribble, of Danville, have returned from a visit to points in Florida. Silas Anderson, who has hpon of home for several days returned to his work at Louisville Thursday. Miss Bertie McClure who has been sick for some time is able to be out again. Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Lancaster, spent Thursday with Mrs. Belle Perkins. Leon Davis and Lynn Davis were the guests of friends at Parksville the first part of the week. Walter Sinclfirnn. whn line Vioon nf home for several rlnvs rotiivncwl n .1 Sfe pop-eye- Scott Hamilton, whohas been at SAVING, LIKE SPENDING IS A HABIT-Habit That Always Brings Wealth Personal and Social Social Calendar. 14. The Rook Club will meet with Mrs. E. J. Brown. The Beulah Walker Circle will meet with Mrs. J. C. Eubanks SaturMarch A day. . caster. John DeBorde is down from Crab Orchard, helping his brother, Jailer George DeBorde this week. Miss Eliza Ruefcpr nml (I AT Treadway, of Paint Lick, were married at Lancaster this week. Col. Uriah Dunn, of Hustonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Simpson at Lancaster last week. Nancy Katharine Holtzclaw, the baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Holtzclaw, who has been ill for several days, is improving. Miss Sallie Mills Craig Teturned from a trip to Lexington Wednesday where she attended the play, "Hamn let" in which had the leadinc role. Forbes-Robertso- Miss Minnie Woods is spending the day in Crab Orchard. W. H. Wearen was a grip victim several days this week. Miss Jessie Le Phillips has been visiting Mrs. Oppie Brown at Lan- Miss Lottie Carson is visiting Miss ,Alhe Yantis in Garrard. Mrs. S. J. Embry is spending the week with Mrs. Frances Tate. Mrs. Mary B. Ford, of Krioxville, is the guest of Mrs. Jesse D. Stagg. Miss Minnie Woods visted relatives at Paint Lick this week. Mrs. W. W. Hays spent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Mildred Beaz-le- y at Lancaster. Col. T. L. Carpenter of Hustonville, is visiting friends in Frankfort this week. Mrs. W. G. McBee, of Mt. Vernon, has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. D. B. Southard lhis week. Miss Bettie Hayden of Danville, who has been the guest of her uncle, Col. Joseph Coffey and family here, returned to her home Wednesday. Dr. Woods Ogilvie, of Princeton, is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. J. C. Hays. Miss Edith Watkins, of Maywood, was the k guest of Miss Jane Garman. Superintendent Garland Singleton is attending the County School Superintendents' meeting at Richmond this week. Mr. J. F. Cummins left" Thursday for his new home at Bellevue. Mrs. Cummins and Miss Ida Pettus preceded him several days. Their leaving Stanford is the occasion of sin mid-wee- . Wednesday. .. B.-Rout, superintendent of the Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co., was in Louisville Wednesday on business for the company.'- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Richardson, of Junction City, are expected to iiiuve 10 .oowen soon to take charge of the Richardson store at that place.' Mrs. Alice Owsley, who has been here for some time left last, night for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. R.lRice at Louisville. Miss Byrd Roberts, of Mitchells-burand Mrs. H. C. Bottom, of Junction City, are guests of Mrs. B. D. Carter. Mrs. C. P. Stucky came up from Louisville this morning to attend the burial of her cousin, Carroll L. r. She is the guest- - of her aunt, Mrs. George F. DeBorde. Mrs. Clell McAnninch visited her sister, Mrs. Mary Burgin, at More-lan- d last week. Mrs. Burgin accompanied her home and the two sisters visited their mother, Mrs. Ranzy Russell, at Phil. Liberty News. Mrs. W. B. McKinney entertained the sewing club Tuesdav Pvpninc A contest was given which was very much enjoyed by all and delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. W. S. Fish has returned from Louisville, where she spent several days with her husband, who is a patient in Norton Infirmary. ' She left him considerably improved but it will be some time before he is able to come home. Mv. Fish has been a very sick man. Miss Josephine Carpenter entertained at Rook Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Mae Phelps, of Richmond. A delightful salad course! was served at the end of the game. Those present were: Misses Elizabeth Higgins, Elizabeth Eldridge, Elizabeth Matheny, Annie Rogers Powell, Frances Embry, Matsy Grimes, Katy Lynn Wood, and Ruth Darnell. Messrs. Thomas Bright, Joe Hill. Jesse Hocker, Will Grimes, Dennis Spragens and Sam Embry. g, Dud-dera- accepted a position in the handsome new store of Welsh & Wiseman, at Danville, and will go to work MonFree from Dandruff day. He is a very popular and competent young man and his host of Save Your Hair! Double Its Beauty friends at hime wish him much sucIn a Few Moments ,, Mrs. Logan T. McCall spent Thurscess. Try This! day in Louisville. The many friends of Taylor Miss Ruth Hamilton has been sick you care for heavy hair, that Hughes, son of Collector John W. If for several days but is convalescent. glistens with beauty and is radiant Hughes, of Danville, will be elad to Mrs. J. M. Casey,, who has been 'learn that he has entirely the guest of Miss Gertrude Wilkin- with life; has an incomnarable soft- and has gone to Gulfport, recovered Miss., to ness and is fluffy and lustrous, try son, returned to Lancaster Thursday. i resume his studies. Several months Dr. Casey came over and returned Danderine. Just one application doubles the ago he was operated upon for appenwith his wife. beauty of your hair, besides it imme- dicitis and resultant complications diately dissolves every particle of left him in such a critical condition Heard About Town dandruff: you cannot have nice, hea-v- v. i that tfor months his life was despair-healthy hair if you have dandruff. f,l The This destructive scurf robs the hair the "Iron The Fiscal Court is meeting today of its lustre, its strength ami its verv Claw" initial ainstallment of to the opdrew large crowd considering contracts for road work. j life, and if not overcome it produces era house last Friday night, several County Judge James P. Bailey is a ievensnness and itching of the coming down from Hustonville, and confined to his room with a severe scalp: the hair roots famish, loosen the second installment tonight promattack of grip. ises to be still better attended. Thp and die; then the hair falls out. Gov. Stanley this week approved If your hair has been neglected ; story of this great new picture play, the parole of J, W. Welsh, who was and is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or j being run in the I. J. is eagerly read sent to the penitentiary from this too oily, get a bottle of cm-- n ioouc iiuu i& iiiuKiu u grear nil county for hog stealing. Knowlton's Danderine at any drug as well as the picture. R. C, Engleman, who sustained a store or toilet counter; apply a little Mrs. Sweeney Morgan,, of Garrard paralytic stroke on his left side early as directed and ten minutes after gave a most delightful birthday dinin t3ie week, is reported to be hold- you will say this was the best invest- ner Tuesday, Feb. 29th, in honor of ing his own well and" showing some ment you ever made. her sop. J. C. Morgan, of Point LeaWe sincerely believe, regardless of ve, and Mrs. V H. King of Palmyra improvement. Howard Camnitz, tne bnce great everything else advertised, that if Illinois. Those present were: Mr. and Pittsburg pitcher, who was born and VOU desire soft, lustrous, hpniitifnl Mrs. Booth Sutton and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holtzclaw and son rearea az nustonville, is to manage hair and lots of it no dandruff the Ridgeway team in the Interstate no itching scalD and no more falling and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. hair you must use Knowlton's Dan- - Morgan, Mrs. W. H. King, and MesLeague this season. , derine. If eventually why not srs. John, Henry and Robert Col. R. M. Houchin has returned now? 25-cent Why Rave Conn At All Wen "Gets-It- " Removes Them tk Ne'w;Dead.Sure Way ? salves, and tapes, bandages, and d Piasters that make corns nave only made your corns grow faster, just hold your heart a moment and figure this: Put two drops of "Gets-It- " on the corn. It dries at once. You can put your shoe, ana stocking' on, right ;over it. The corn is doomed. It makes the' corn come on! clear and new, easy way. Nothingclean. It's the press t& on the corn. You can stick or wear smaller shoes. You'll he a No pain, no trouble. Accept no substitutes. Gets-It- " is sold by druggists everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by B. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy, by the Lincoln Pharmacy. joy-walker. Springs from his farm in a0 Ellxu Anderson county and will soon have things m shape for a big season this year. His water is becoming more popular all the time. Col. John Brown, of Mt. Vernon, was here on legal business. By coming down late Wednesday, the popular attorney managed to get to see two good picture shows. "Seven Sisters" with the dainty iittie actress iviareuerite Ulark in the stellar role, played to a capacity house at the opera house Thursday night, the Woman's Club being sponsors for the show. Cashier A. M. Hiatt, of that institution, the Citizen's Bank of tfrodhead, and Col. John Robins, secretary of the Brodhead Fair, and an live wire of the West End of Rockcastle, were down Thursday for the day. D. V. Kennedy has gone to Georgetown where he will have, charge of a flour mill on Elkhorn river. Mr. Kennedy is an expert miller, and will make good at the business wherever he is placed. Postmaster Ed Gooch of Crab Orchard, visited at W. H. Purr's nr Flatwood. last Thursday, and'meas- urea a snort extension on Koute 2, Ollt from Prnh rWMifii.fl iwlilnri will n a ereat convenience to .several of ' me patrons ot that route. Sam Fisher, one of Stanford's nromisincr vounc men whn hnc working for the Q. & C. R. R., has all-round Worth Careful Thought Do you read the label to know whether your baking powder is made from cream of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum or phosphate? Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes, and adds to the food only wholesome qualities. Other Daking powders contain alum or phosphate, both of mineral origin, and used as substitutes for cream of tartar because of their cheapness. Never sacrifice quality and for low price. healthful-nes- s ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York hn Girls! Have Waw. Thick, Glossy Hair Sidney G. Clay, former Representative from Bourbon emmtv n,? prominent farmer of Central Kentuc ky, is in a hospital at Lexington with a gunshot wound in his abdomen. A Little Blossom When it is known that in iho future the home is to be blessed with new arrival A -- To Delight the Home the nr Jr thought should be "Mother's Friend." Tlila is an external remedy gently applied over the stomach musexpand naturally without undue strain. It cles. It makes thent firm and pliant, Uiey & flrefc removes from the infla-ence- s nerves those which arc responsible for much ot. UlC D.lin Inrii'on? in rir lienor oi expectancy, it u, for this reason that much of the distress such as moriin-sickne- ss is avoided. All prospective fatter should see to it that the expectant m.tiicr is provided with a bottle of "Mother's The directions are simple. Oet it at aiiy Store. It IS aDplinl hy tho -- pcui mother herself, it penetrates deeply and affords niick and splendid relief in a most pratifyinj manner and reflects a pbjsical betterment to the nervous disposition of the baby. Don't fail to pet a bottle of "Mother Friena ' today and then write Oradlield Regulator Co., 413 Lamar Bid?.. Atlanta. Ga.. for a pretty little book brimful of information for expectant mothers. It is a dililt flrU Friend." I 20-- 1 to iead it. We Invite You To Inspect Our Now Practically Com plete Lines of Women's Garments ssfesesifc. . -, T- V, I" r ' &J y -w vN . h 9 v We have in stock more than three hundred wool and silk Tailored Suits at $15.00 to $50.00. Two hundred new Silk Dresses, $10.00 to $50.00. .',". ;. v Three hundred new silk shirt waists $2.00, $3.75 and ' ' $25. Separate Skirts in wool and.silk, $5.00 to $i5.00. " ar -- - V' 3tr ' i up.- x . ....... - Coats- - from $5 to . V if r .ry &? . i. . '-'--- S . K y w -,- 4 f ' ." . - . K- - ij- present Garment Prices are based on prices of materials last Fall, which were much lower than now, and the early buyer this season gets the best values possible for the year. All r I; W A.B.ROBERTSON&BRO.,DanviU fp s. -) . . -- '."' j wr vi - .LHBBBBBv?"---iv.- ra - ?v 1 l Page Six The Interior journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March Highland Otto Young and Granville Good are working in Stanford. Coleman Lutes has been visiting Lucien Faulkner and other friends I heer this week. The Highland girls, who have recently gone to Stanford to work are: Misses Pearl Cook, Leila Lewis, Cora Young, Jennie Young and Lillie Hall. Leo and Sam Long left last week for Muncie, Ind., to secure work. Miss Lucile Young left some days since to attend school at Bellevue. Mr. John Rogers is working almost night and day to get their new home ready to move into. It will be the handsomest dwellings in our community when completed. It is built on the old site of the property of the late J. S. Young which was destroyed by fire a couple of years ago. Miss Grace Young has gone to Louisville to take up her work at Cannon & Byers Millinery Co. Eddie Young has rented the Williams farm and will move as soon as vacated. Jim Walls will move to the O. G. Speakes place. Forch Rogers has moved to the J. L. Baugh property recently vacated by Charley Lewis, who moved on his 10, 1916. Cold Settled in my Stomach. Lost My Appetite. Could Not Sleep. MiNw RSMSr . HUSBAND SAVED , .. . .v: ssas I All Remedies Failed. Took Peruna. Am Cured. Peruna A Great Family Medicine. j I HIS WIFE Stopped Most Terrible Suffering by Getting Her Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Denison, Texas "After my little girl was born two rears ago I began suf fering with female trouble and could hardly do my work. "?'''"h I wp very nervous QPBl but just kept drag tmmm. 0n)77-ging on until last summer when I got Irak '"'' j3Btm where.I could not do my work. I would have a chill every day and hot flashes ,, ,, ' 1 ? and dizzy spells and my head would al most burst. I got where I was almost a walking skeleton and life was a burden to me until one day my husband's stepsister told my husband if he did not do something for me I would not last long and told him to get your medicine. So he got Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for me, and after taking the first three doses I began to improve. I continued its use, and I have never had any female trouble since. I feel that I owe my life to you and your remedies. They did for me what doctors could not do and I will always praise it wherever I go." Mrs. G. O. Lowery, 419 W.Monterey Street, Denison, Texas. If you are suffering from any form of female ills, get a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and commence the treatment without delay. ; IBr ... . 1 Mr. Chas. Sauerbier, 815 Main street, St Joseph, Mich., a constant Friend of Peruna, Uses it in his Vv-J- t 1 Last Call On Winter Goods. On Monday next, County Court Day, we want to clean out a great many winter goods, and in order to do so we are going to give you some father's place. RARE BARGAINS. Bargains that will pay you to buy and save until next winter if you don't need the goods now. Winter Suits for Men that sold at $10 to S20 will go Monday at $4.98 to $9.48. Corduroy Suits that sold at $10 and $12.50; your choice Monday at $4.98. Young Men's and Boys' Suits that sold at $3 to $10 go Monday at $1.24 to $4.98. Odd Pants.that sold at $3 $5; take your choice Monday at $1.98. For WOMEN we have bargains also. Women's Winter Dresses that sold at $5 to $12.-5- 0 on Monday will go at $2.48. Ladies' Winter Suits, big line of them, that sold at $10 up to $20; choice of these Monday $4.98. A few I'adies' Winter Cloaks, some of them cost as high as 12.50. Your choice M onday at $4.98. We also have line of a-bi- 1 g Ladies' Spring Suits And Coats Which you should see. They are the latest creations and THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. The Bargain Store SALEM & SALEM Field Seeds. If you need any Farm Seeds this Spring, write to W. BUSH NELSON, OF LEXINGTON, KY., For Samples and Prices. He Prepays the Freight to your Railroad Station and his Prices Are As Low As Any House In Central Kentucky, :The Quality of Seeds Considered. -- Freddie Young recently bought out W. O. Young's barber shop and continues to keep shop at C. M. Young's store each Saturday. He also bought a town lot from same party, on which he contemplates erecting a shop soon. Cap Butt, who went to Detroit to stay, is expected home in time to farm this season. M. S. Bastin sold 45 acres of unimproved land to J. M. Warfield for neglect. Foley's Honey and Tar is a safe and reliable family medicine $550. that heals inflamed, congested air B. D. Hutchison sold to- A. M. passages, stops coughs and eases Johnson 7 acres for $90. Sold everywhere. Tom Jenkins has moved to Daniel breathing. Newsom's from near Eubank. O. G. Speakes, of St. Johns, Kas., Parlor Grove has been with friends here for a few The attendance at Sunday school daye. Mr. Mason Goodpaster, of Pinkard continues good. Mr. Sam Wright rebrought his baby to Mfc. Moriah to signed from the superintendency and Mr. J. C. Hundly was appointed to bury last Thursday. Mr. Fonzo Berry, who has been fill the vacancy. Mr. Bruce Fagaly, of Stanford, out west for several years, slipped in attended the funeral of the little and surprised his homefolks and child of Mr. and Mrs. Leeman Singlefriends Thursday. ton. Mr. Crawford Bell, of Cynthiana, FOR YOUR CHILD'S COUGH. latC. If your child has a cold, nose runs visited his father, W. Bell, the CANNOT PRAISE THEM ENOUGH ter part of last week. or coughs much get a small bottle of Many sick and tired women, with Mr. Reece and Dr. Bell's Its a have moved toBennettVirginia, family aches and pains, sore muscles and West where syrup, just pleasant Mr. Bennett will be employed in a stiff joints, do not know that their what children like and just the medicamp. He rented his farm to kidneys are out of order. Mrs. A. cine to soothe the cough and check timber IG. Wells, Box 90, Route 5, Rocky Mr. Alva Morgan, who will move inthe cold. After taking, children stop Mount, N. C, writes: "I am taking fretting, sleep good and are soon en- to it soon. Foley Kidney Pills and cannot praise Misses Selma and Lena Eubanks, tirely well. Insist on Dr. Bell's Inez and Olive Wiliams spent Sat- them enough for the wonderful ben25c at your Druggist. urday and Sunday with Miss Vesta efit? I derived in such a short while." Sold everywhere. Sims. Mt. Zion Mr. and Mrs. Jarret Johnson are FEBRUARY HONOR ROLL We are having some very bad the proud parents of a pretty little First Grade Winfrey Duncan, weather now and everyone will be girl, born Feb. 25. Mr. Sam Wright is selling out his Sadie Farmer, Nettie Louise Gover, glad to see spring open up. Rev. J. G. Livingston failed to fill stock, implements and household Ruth Masters, Bennie Rankin, Joe Turpin, Adam Walker and E. P. his appointment here last Sunday goods at private sale, and preparing Woods. to move to Ohio. We are sorry to on account of the bad weather. Second Grade Zella Barnett, JoRev. James Todd will preach at lose this family from our community sephine Belden, Charley Blankenship, Mr. P. T. Peace's next Sunday, at but trust the move will be profitable Beatrice Camenisch and Alfred Wilone o'clock. Everybody cordially to him. lis. Several from this neighborhood atinvited. Third Grade Allen Anderson ; Mrs. Mary Peace was the guest of tended the baptizing at Waynesburg Eula Bowen, Annelle Carson, Irene Mrs. Ida Thompson Monday after- Tuesday of last week. About 35 conLivingston, Katherine Murphy, Jas. verts were immersed, four having noon. McCormack, Eunice Pepples, Welch Mrs. Esther Brown left for Indi- been baptized in Fishing Creek the Pepples, Florence Pettus, Foster Reid ana last, Sunday to join her husband Saturday prior to this. Phillips, Elizabeth Spoonamore, Hat-lMiss Ethel Saunders visited rela who has a good position there. Smith, Rowan Saufley, Sabra K. .Mrs. Rebecca Cassel was the guest Walker and Thelma Walls. of Mrs. Ida Thompson Monday iUliiUliiHHIliHhiifiiiihiiii'iHiiSli'im! Fourth Grade Matilda Bell, Emevening. ma Brackett, Olga Camenisch, Sadie Little Lizzie Watson is some betK. Kincaid, Phillip Nevius, Rhoda What ter at this writing. Plummer, James Paxton, Susie RanMr. Elmer Denny is cutting wood kin, Mary Louise Stone, Dorothy for Wm. Thompson. Tribble and Lucille Walker. The infant of Mr. A. A. Wren got Fifth Grade Lee Davis Fisher, its hand badly burnt recently. Mabel Masters, Mary Gilbert Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thompson was Nellie Mitchell, Guy Wallin and Sathe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar rah Elizabeth Beck. of McKinney Simpson last Sunday. Sixth Grade Allen Gooch, Mary Mr. and Mrs. Rice Benge visited Katherine Hocker, Isabel Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Watson last Lelia Cook Raney, Mattie Belle KinSunday. caid, Adalaide Proctor, Katherine Mrs. Amanda Adams had her finBrady, Frances Fish, Margaret Petgers badly mashed. tus, Mary Frances Matheny and Mar-jor- ie Mr. Willie Griffin, of Mt. Vernon Ballou. was in this part visiting relatives Seventh Grade Bertha BlankenT)UYING a cream separator is ship, Henry Baughman, Lucille Carseveral days last week. a zz. y " toS00c ea l'ke hiring a man ter, Lucille Waters, Louise Waters Marion Smith and Hobart Play- work on your farm. A forth have gone to Indiana to Work S hired man that does poor work and and Sara Bright. is this summer. Eighth Grade Mary Pettus, SoS: no lazy is an expensive proposition, matter how little you pay him. Mr. John Payne and wife were the A cream separator that is hard to phie Saunders, Vie Gose Smith, Saguests of Mr. J. L. Simpson the latz: turn, hard to keep clean and doesn't die Wearen, Patterson Tanner, Wilskim close, would be expensive even liam Welburn, Joe Grimes, Janie ter part of last week. if you got it as a gift Hix, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Anna Hocker, Mary Hill Garman, George Creamerymen and dairymen Cal Cummins, has gone back to Jelli-cS all over the world recognize Fleece Farris and Mary Frances EE Tenn., to be with her sister. Cormney. the superiority of the De Laval. Mr. Henry Catron is having lots of !!E Freshman Hester Anderson, About the only reason why any clearing done on his farm here. Earle Baughman, Sam Craig, Carone ever buys any other cream s- Mrs. Rebecca Cassell is having an S separator is because they can get rie Davis and May Belle Lyon. addition built to her house. it a little cheaper. Sophomore Elizabeth Carter, Miss Jennie Benge is staying with Then they soon find out they have Tilden Cooper, Annie V. Craig, Al-li- e S lost ten times as much from separ-her Aunt Manda Adams. R. Fish, Thelma Francis, Nancy ator inconvenience, poor skimming K. McKinney, Aunt Jane Adams fell' and hurt her Annie Rogers Powell, and a machine that quickly wears, arm, but is getting along nicely. Singleton, Annette Wearen Clarence out, as they saved in the beginning. Uncle Green Adams continues in SS and Gene Wood. RenremberthataDeLavalwillsoonpay very poor health. for itself, and if you have no separator now, Junior Henly Cash, Joe T. Em-br- y, machine, sell you a Aunt Em Rogers continues about SI or an inferiorsuch terms we canwill pay for De Laval on it that Ferdinand Matheny and Sereitseii while you are the same. na Young. using it. We like to speak of our old folks, SZ Senior Lucille Dudderar, GerThe best cream separator as we love and respect old age. The S cheapest. is the trude Gaines, Shirley Gover, Maggie us Let SZ three we mentioned above are very ZS prove it for you on Rankin, Lucy Wilmot and Bessie ZZ your own farm. old. Brackett and Jesse Hocker. Pine-Tar-Hone- tives in Lexington last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Eubanks and baby daughter, Louellen, spent two days last week with his mother, Mrs. Ann Eliza Eubanks. Several of the members of the Parlor Grove church met at the church Friday week and thoroughly cleaned the building. It has been decorated with alabastine in delicate shades and presents a handsome appearance. Mr. R. E. Horton purchased a two year old Jersey cow and a shoat of Mrs. Ella Barnett last week, a cow and a flock of chickens of Mr. Sam Wright this week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Reynolds and baby, who have returned from Newcastle, Ind., visited W. F. Sims and family last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leeman Singleton are visiting the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morgan. Miss Selma Eubanks spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Katie Morris. Mrs. Ethel Howard, Miss Dorothy Gooch and Mr. Oscar Sims, of Kings Mountain spent Sunday evening! with W. F. Sims and family. Miss Rachel Jones is visiting her brother and family at Yamacraw. Mr. Harvey Jenkins, the accommodating huckster of Kings Mountain, was not able to serve his patrons on this route last Thursday on account of sickness. Miss Gladys Sturgeon, of Kings Mountain, visited Misses Inez Williams and Estella Johnson at Olive, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Vesta Sims has been appointed primary teacher of the Parlor Grove Sunday school. Mr. T. J. Ellis is preparing to erect a large barn on his farm. Rev. Owens, pastor of the Olive church, spent Sunday night with F. N. Eubanks and family. Mr. Ed Surber is preparing to build a house on his farm, which will be occupied by his brother, Tom and family. Misses Bessie and Grace Saunders and two brothers, and Messrs. Ira Roberts and Willie Hundly, called on Miss Vesta Sims Monday evening of last week. Mrs. W. C. Bell spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Anna Gardner of Waynesburg. MMMMMMHHHHMHHMMMXHMMMMMH 5 M M IpTLSQtE caresincomfort- ing the aches and pains ot the family from youth to old age, are lessened when you use this old and y remedy , trust-worth- ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft M OthCrS ! Xur ft ft Bruises ft Rheumatism Neuralgia ft Mothers: "Keep a bottle in your home" ft ft Sloan's Liniment Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 YOU SHOULD HAVE A BOTTLE OF ft ft ii ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 5 ftftftftftftftftftftftMftftftftftMftftftftft CRAB ORCHARD WATER in your home Get rid of the habit forming cathartics. Break away from the patent medicine habit. own remedy for Stomach and Liver Trouble. Physicians, ggistspeople who know, use the mineral water treatment ft ft at Concentrated, all times. laxatives antf Nurses, Drubecause it is send One is Use Nature' the better, safer way. Stomach, Liver axe subJ"t t nIfyjU guarantee: to day treatment of or Kidney Trouble today for a thirty this famous water. under It sold this "If it doesn't help you when taken according to directions your money will be refunded." Send a dollar today for a bottle MINERAL WATER SALES COMPANY CRAB ORCHARD, KY. y. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey I Pine-Tar-Hone- y. week. Misses Sidney and Ella Hoskins visited Miss Roxie Spangler last week. Miss Sallie Bogie spent Satuday night with Miss Lucy Smith and attended church at Beech Grove Sun- delayed bowel action, take a Foley Miss Grace Martin has been on Cathartic Tablet now and tomorrow the sick list. will be a better day. This wholesome Everybody remember the services physic acts without pain or nausea. at Beech Grove on the 4th Saturday Sold everywhere. and Sunday of each month. Sunday school every Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. Everybody is cordially Beech Grove invited to come. Miss Ethel Smith is visiting her Mrs. Edd Stigall has just received the sad news of the death of her sis- sister, Mrs. Harper, near Lancaster. ter in Indiana. She will be remem Mr. Herschel Spangler has gone bered as Mrs. Jim Kennedy. Much sympathy is felt for Mrs. Stigall in her sad bereavement, as it has only been a short while since she was called upon to give up her father. Mr. Brack Ledford and sister, Miss Cora Ledford, were the guests of Misses Sidney and Ella Hoskins Sun-- . day. 50 Cent Bottle (32 Doses) Misses Bertha Davis, Lucy Smith, Grace Martin, and Josephine Smith attended church at Preachersville, Just because yon Btart the day worried and tired, stiff legs and arms and muscles, last Sunday morning. an aching- head, burning and bearing down Mr. Jim Bogie was calling on a. pains in the back teorn out. before the day begins do not think yoa have to stuy in lady friend here Sunday. that condition. Those sufferers who are in and out. of. Mrs. P. E. Elam is quite sick. bed half a dozen times.at night will apMr. Gipp Carson and wife visited preciate the rest, comfort and strength our treatment every form. oC their aunt, Mrs. Bettie Davis last bladder trouble,gives. Forpains, or weakscalding URIC ACID SOLVENT FREE er day. Miss Sallie Smith of Toll-gat- e Hill visited Miss Roxie Spangler and at- tended church at Preachersville. Miss Bertha Davis has been quite sick the past week. .1 ness, its action is really wonderful. Be strong, well and vigorous, with no more pains from stiff Joints, sore muscles, rheumatic suffering, aching back, or kid' ney or bladder troubles. i The Williams Treatment conquers kid- ney and- bladder dlneases, rheumatism and all uric acid troubles, no matter how chronic or stubborn. If you have never? nsed The WJIlIams Treatment, we will givo one 50c. bottle (32 doses) for your own use free. Contains no alcohol or drug. Does not affect the heart. Send this notice with your name and 10c. help $. pay to address, and expenses, to distribution The Dr D. A. Williams Company, Dept. 25S0D New Post Office Block. East Hampton,' Conn. You will receive by parcel post a regular 50c. bottle (32 doses), without chargo-anwithout incurring any obligations. On? bottle only to a Xanuiy or address. habit-fordin- g d J. S. Mobley & Son FOR BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP, COUGHS AND COLDS Make the Best Remedy at Home 128 Teaspoonsful for 50 cents. fair a manner as the below named drug- ing an absolute guarantee of its efficiency gists are selling Schiffmann's New Con- from these druggists, you also get about centrated Expectorant, absolutely no eight times as much medicine as you cause for complaint or dissatisfaction would in buying most any of the ed, cream separators this week have to say about If everything was sold in as liberal and In buying this remedy, besides secur- o, could possibly arise from anyone. These druggists say "Buy a bottle of this remedy and try it for Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Severe Cough, Croup or any Bronchial Affection, and we will return your money, just the same as we do with Schiffmann's famous Asthmador, if it does not give satisfaction, or if not found the best remedy ever used for any of these complaints." Why not take advantage of this guarantee and try this medicine, and get your money back, rather than buying another purely on the exaggerated claims of its manufacturer or on the strength of testimonials from others and run the chance of getting something worthless and also wasting your money? kinds, which average from 20 to 32 teaspoonsful, because 50c worth makes a whole pint (128 teaspoonsful) when mixed at home with simply one pint of sugar and one-hapint of water. This remedy positively does not contain chloroform, opium, morphine or any other narcotic. It is pleasant to take and children are fond of it. You will be the sole judge, and under this positive guarantee absolutely no risk is run in buying this remedy. Druggists everywhere are authorized to sell it under the as Schiffmann's famous Asthmador of "Money Back" if not perfectly satisfactory. R. J.Schiffmann, Proprietor, Saint Paul. Minn. Guaranteed here by THE LINCOLN PHARMACY. ready-mad- e lf same-guarante- e astarofhofeI lpCEL-SAK- f C0M-CEL-SA- R "S- - nut 7 i- -r -- w VS; V ita The Great Stomach, Liver Kidney and Blood Remedy B FOR SUFFERERS BWIS-oHER- BS si iiiZ On Sale at All Drug Stores Jl.UU lilKCC ;t .'rUK. Throe Mnlrei! " iSmL' uiuny i,vviVvMj "" RDIWP. o". t' VriTTDZlTVR . -v. w " D PDfftPTTMin .-- PAm.r JKiLlil i . v- . JTs - i i I HHHM WWratfrlfr n Ii BS TTI.f ' .JP "' . il cauftM SMurks.' ceks.' w L f. Ckaag MUe Wcatlmr SicfawM The changeable weatke'r of March w ... o..k'r u1 TT.T'KS' mmmm "? - Brr -, craam'A rk mt V i 3ES . I ooner or later yon W LfSTv v ' wm ISUAhS tMtt1 -- - a Better Day. wroHg" today, if you, suffered from indigwtion, sick headache, biliousnMc, .bleating, bad Make Tomorrow OiTai-f- a It If things "went of Medicine THREE-"MONTH- LASTS imiipiiiijii LttKaafcatk. breath, or other cesdttml caused by . if rLv if . V? 'Vjkl ,Jk i'li l.--- . -- cm jc?' mmxjr;?t. w v. - ,,, . -- 2u ' f J Children Cry for Fletcher's BUSINESS MEN 7" 5??, IM --W w it-i ' . V5' flaunt; , jag .r , ? pa 1' y' ..,' rr "!;, TL?araSaven . . vi-r,- ' X --- -- J r&iK ' - Si- 1 4 - OF KNOXVILLE Will Come to Stanford on Boosting Tour Through Kentucky Early In April. Ask Yourself the question. How often has the doctor failed, as have ointments, salves, vapours? What you should do. The easy, common-sens- e New Bargains No. 108. pike and 1 75-ac- re 1-- ai Lstate ror dale Are 1 MB W I Advertised In Each Issue. balance in No. 94. 1 The Kind- Yen Have Always Bought, and which has heen uac over u years, ixas Dornetne signature of ana nas ocen maae unaer his per- - SIP All .yf ir -- &- -- Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is Coiintorfftlf-..l- - Snn.nl STinnrvisinn cinnaitaiiifnnnir AllfW Tlrt nno tn HAonivo Trfvn in fJiiu Tnnfeitinnc iiw1 .T'.43ci-rv- l nnn.lv..Cs - goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishncss. For more than thirty j'ears it has heen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulencs', Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Iiarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy ana natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA a substitute for harmless Castor Oil, Pare- GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Boh; In Use For Over 30 Years THECENTJRCOMPNY N CW V OR t C ITY 5 'ST'") s T-Mg- XT"- - Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. r Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment, $1.00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars 25c All on sale at $$ Wzzw .r.sVIII DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF FURSLEV3 INDIAN HERBS The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. FORD CARS Ho,v about a new car when winter breaks? You can't make a mistake in buying a car that is the most moder-erat- e in price, the omts economical to operate and the least complicated to drive; one that has stood the test of an exacting public to the extent of over a million satisfied owners; more than all other makes in use combined. Don't you think this is sufficient recommendation? Five-Passenger O. B. Detroit. Touring Car $440; Roadster $390. F. Buy a Ford Car today from H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford Storage FORD AG.ENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 VT Plumbing and Heating C. E. BOWER Stanford, STOP -- Ky. Office with J. L. Beazley phone 42, res. phone 263 One hundred Knoxville business men will visit sections of Kentucky, North Carolina, Virginia, and East Tennessee between April 11 and 14 and will be guests of the Chamber of Commerce in Stanford. This party his knowledge of blood disorders, made will represent all of the biggest com- the assertion that if the majority of mercial and industrial organizations Catarrh sufferers would buy and faithin Knoxville. Manufacturers, bankers, fully take S. S. S., they could effectuwholesalers, retailers and profession- ally get rid of Catarrh. S. S. S. goes straight, to the seat of al men have arranged to go to Knox-ville- 's trouble, the blood. It spreads its infirst trade trip. A special train will be secured to accomodate the fluence over every organ in the body, Knoxville trade builders. The com- comes through the veins and arteries, mittee in charge has announced that enables the mucous surfaces to exevery effort will be made to make change acids and Irritating substances the trip of mutual advantage to busi- for red blood corpuscles that effectualness men of Knoxville and the busi- ly cleanse the system and thus put an ness men of the forty-thre- e towns end to all Catarrhal poison. S. S. S. which will be visited. The Knoxville cleans out the stomach of mucous acBoard of Commerce has arranged cumulations, enables only pure, blood- the tour so that the members may come in personal touch with the business men throughout Knoxville's ter- detail. Committees have been ap- Heard About Town ritory. One of the slogan's of the pointed to party is "Get Acquainted". Stress train, the arrange for the special band, and other special has been laid upon the fact that the features of the excursion, which will ' The old iron furnace at Middles-b- e men who will make this trip are just as anxious to buy as they are to sell. announced later. jboro is undergoing repairs and will This is the first tour of the kind ever - "" "- "" i""j suuii ub siariea up aeam. eivintr em- "" " undertaken by the Knoxville Board dressed alike, and each will carry a ployment to about 250 men. of Commerce and it is expected to be red, white and blue umbrella, and profitable to both the visitors and wear a white duck hat. This para the visited. Mrs. B. Alexander, of Owenton, . V The personnel of the party is made phernalia will distinguish the visitors w" li5 bIjenuinS .! e winter at up of the most prominent men of from the local "boosters" in the Centro, California, the capital of the Knoxville. Practically every big en- towns visited and is calculated to us Imperial Valley, sends the I. terprise in that city has signified make an impression wherever seen. J' a do"" there and says: "Am its intention of having a representa- One member of the trade trip is re- a, lovely winter of the tive make the four days trip on the ported to have balked at the striped but, upon being told that fn Ca,,foria and will remain until special train. Commercial bodies in 1 many of the towns and cities to.be it would help him make a vivid im- visited have already arranged a prog- pression upon strangers, he consent T. W. Taylor, of Parker, Indiana., ram for the entertainment of the ed to carry it. The keynote of the whole trip and in renewing his subscription for the visitors. These programs include banquets, automobile trips, inspection of the men who are behind it is a de- - I. J. another year, says"We could not tours, parades, speech makings and sire for personal acquaintance. Many do without 'the I. J. in our home, and hand shakings galore. Committees of these men know by reputation and to prove it he sends in a subscription in other towns are planning r.i'.'el business dealings those who they will for Frank Miller, at the same place ways to get acquainted in the short meet upon this trip. They believe who will have the I. J. as a twice a est time. The Knoxville committee is that by getting acquainted their week visitor for a year, too. delighted with the enthusiasm which circle of friends will be widened, The I. J.'s "old" friend, W. Ben the announcement of the trade trip their business increased and their placed j Wearen, sending in a dollar from schedule has created. Eve'-effort past and prospective pata-ona friendly relationship, which j Russellville, where he is proprietor of is being made by them to cooperate in would be impossible without knowing a flourishing store writes: with the local trade bodies in their "Note you have a Stanford Boosting Club; entertainment plans, so that the trip, them individually. may be of mutual profit and Treasthat's good, and when you get StanCut This Out It Is Vorth Money. ford well boosted, come down ure. It is considered on? of the most and DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this try Russellville. important steps ever taken in the The editor of the slip, encolse with 5c to Foley & Co., Russellville Times says he doesn't building of a closer relationship Chicago, 111., writing your name and see how in the L, Saufley can get between the small town merchant and manufacturer and the Knoxville address clearly. You will receive out two such good papers a week in in return a trial package containing such a small town as Stanford." merchant and manufacturer, and Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, promises to be one oC the most sucessful trade trips over made in for lagrippe coughs, colds and croup, Mrs. Alice Hubble Lillard. of Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathe south. Okla., who is Superintendent thartic Tablets. Sold everywhere. The committee in charge are enof Public Instruction of Osage coundeavoring to impress upon the comLIKE THE I. J. UP IN IOWA ty, and has been an appreciated submercial bodies in the towns to be C. B. Ramsey, of "Winthrop, Iowa, scriber of the I. J. for a number of visited that) this trip isn't made for selfish motives. The social and the a good friend and subscriber of the I. years since leaving her "Old Kenpersonal contact features are con- J., believes in keeping paid up well tucky home," writes in a recent letsidered the most important, and in advance so as to take no chances ter enclosing a check: "I cannot reevery effort will be made by the men of missing a single issue. In a recent frain from adding a line to tell you on the special to make real friends letter he wrote: "On looking over that the really appreciative, uncritof the men they meet along the route. our subscription to the I. J., we ical readers of your paper are peohad expired and ple like us, those who have gone The Knoxville wholesalers want .to noticed that it we have decided to send you away, but whom the scenes of their visit the stores of the men to whom they have sold goods in the past. The $1.50 and pay up for 18 months childhood and youth are bathed in retailer wants to meet the men who instead of 12 months. We enjoy perpetual glory. We love our adopthave bought their supplies from him. reading the I. J. very much and get- ed state and believe m it, and are The bankers in the party want to ting news of our old friends and rel- happy in its activities, but we do not know the bankers in other towns and atives in 'Old Kentucky.' We showed forget the friends of our early cities, and so on through the list. Of copies of the I. J. to some of the years, and we enjoy hearing of course every man in the party wants business men here and they said they them." to increase the business he is now thought it the best country paper doing, but what is more important, they ever saw. My father has two C. M'Clary every one of them wants to know cousins somewhere n Lincoln county, Messrs. Nick and Wm. VanHook, from whom to purchase some of the from whom he would like to hear ocproducts of the sections visited. Crops in our section of The specal train to be used in casionally. Iowa were rather poor the past year. transporting the party through East Tennessee, Western Kentucky, South Almost all the corn was frostbitten. western Virginia, and the Western Very little of it matured, although portion of North Carolina, will con- the oats were fairly good. We have sist of eight Pullman coach- been having some very cold weather es, including two dining cars. It will here, the temperature going to 30 Undertaker Embalmer be completely fitted out with all degrees below zero. We have al- Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 conveniences of modern travel and most decided to come and buy us a Stanford, Kentucky. will be the heme of the men compos- home somewhere in Lincoln county ing the party for the four days of and live where the temperature does their trip. Knoxville literature busi- not fall so low. My father, J. B. L. Beaziey & Co., ness catalogues, advertising nov- Ramsey was born and raised in Rockelties and souvenirs will all find a castle county, Ky., and I, myself place on the "special." Knoxvile's lived there until I was 18 years old. business men are undertaking the During my childhood we removed to trip in a wholehearted way which Yosemite where we lived some years, t assures its success, and are planning so am fairly acquainted with a large to do things on a big scale. A band portion of the county." will accompany the par,ty to furnish Undertaker Embalmer HAS EIGHT CHILDREN. music at all entertainments, as well Mrs. P. Rehkamp, 2404 Herman as to head the parades which have Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. St., Covington, Ky., writes. '"I have been arranged for by several of the towns to be visited. This band will been using Foley's Honey and Tar pieces and, for nearly two years and can find no number about twenty-fiv- e is considered one of the best organ- better cough syrup. I have eight izations of its kind in East Tennes- children and give it to all of them. see. No expense is being spared by They were subject to croup from baCent the Knoxville Board of Commerce bies on." It is a safe and reliable to make this trip sucessful in every medicine. Sold everywhere. I ,. . mat costs so little that is so quickly and vigorously effective is often the last resort of many Catarrh sufferers. Why, it is hard to say. One of the specialists of the Swift Specific Company in Atlanta a physician of stand ing and national reputation because of method tract, on good miles from good town; all lays well; can run machinery over all of it and 40 acres bottom land. Two story residence; barn 60x30 and all other necessary outbuildings. Three years insurance on all buildings paid up. Good orchard. Never failing water in all fields and splendid well right at door. All buildings and fencing in good shape. Price $5,000. Terms right. No. 110. 12 acres near good town in graded school district. Four room house, crib, two sheds and barn. Well right at door. All land lays well and all in cultivation. Price $600.00. No. 112. Two-stor- y frame drug stores. It is a remarkable remresidence with good basement; edy for all blood affections, such as two small three rooms Eczema, Rash, Lupus, Tetter, Psorias- with abouthouses ofof land; large each 3 acres is, Boils, and all other diseased condf. story barn, frame drop siding, two 5 Ox tions of the blood. For special advice 100. All necessary outbuildings. on any Diooa disease write The Swift Well, cistern and spring water. All Specific Company, Medical Department, Room 11, Atlanta, Ga. Avoid buildings and fencing in first class condition. All of this property is losubstitutes. cated right in a good town and must be sold. For the whole business price, $5,000. You couldn't begin making materials to enter the intestines, combines with these food elements to enter the circulation, and in less than an hour is at work throughout the body in process of purification. S. S. S. is made from barks, roots" and herbs that are food and tonic for the blood. It stimulates gives the blood power to throw off poisons. You will soon realize its wonderful influence by the absence of headache, a clearing of the air passages, a steadily improved nasal condition, and a sense of bodily relief that proves how completely Catarrh often infests the entire system. You will find S. S. S. on sale at all 2 I ennS south-umbrell- ! s y Paw-husk- a, J. all-ste- el J. can interest you. No. 97. Large blacksmith shop, 50x90 feet metal roof and all in good condition. Will sell or rent this. See us about the price and terms." This is one of the best locations in the county for this business and we will make you a price on this that you could not begin to put up the build- to put the buildings up for this money. Will sell or exenange this property. No. 113. Two story, nine-rooframe residence, halls and porches; good cellar, stable, wagon and buggy shed, two large cisterns. Ten acres of land with this place; on good pike, close to good town; all buildings in good repair. Price $2,000. No. 114. One first-cla40 foot Herschell Spillman complete with organ and engine in one of the best territories for such business in the state, Barbourville, Ky. This cost $2,700 new. Will sell for a song. It is all .in good running order and a fine chance to make money, at the fairs for this year. Write us about this. Will sell or give you a good exchange on it. No. 99. 500 acres of land, 3 2 miles from Hustonville on good pike; 5 houses: 2 houses 1 2 stories, of 6 rooms each and 3 houses of 4 rooms each; 2 large barns; fencing new and all buildings in good shape; well watered; 30 acres for tobacco; 135 acres in pasture and balance in timber. Price very cheap; d down and balance in 1 and 2 years. This is a rare bargain and it will pay those who have money to invest to look it over. A fine chance to more than double your money in 2 or 3 years. No. 100. 170-acfarm right in edge of good town; splendid brick residence, 3 halls and front porch 10x44; new barn 34x50; old barn 20x30; new auto and buggy house and all other necessary outbuildings and all new; fencing all new and good; never-failin- g water in every fieid on the farm. This place has 40 acres bottom land and 110 acres level land well drained and balance upland. Every foot can be cultivated and no better producing land in Lincoln county; 85 acres in grass and balance in cultivation. This is a good hemp and tobacco farm and will easily produce 12 barrels of corn to the acre. Price right and easy terms. It will pay you homeseekers to look at this placa. No. 101. 310 acres on good pike 5 miles from Lawrenceburg, Ky.; has tobacco barn house; and silo; splendidly adapted to grazing. Price $35 per acre and terms right. No. 102 254-acfarm in Mercer county, Ky., on good pike; residence; 2 tenant nouses; 2 stock barns and 1 tobacco silo. Place well waterbarn; 100-to- n ed and all fencing and buildings in good shape; 100 acres Blue Grass sod land; 80 acres in clover; plenty of locust posts. Price $75 per acre. Will trade for a good farm close to good town in this or other states. All tobacco and hemp land and all lies well. This is a good stock farm. No. 103 130-acr- e farm 2 miles from Stanford on good pike; house of 5 rooms; barn 26x40 and all necessary outbuildings; place well watered; fencing and buildings good. d down and Price $5,000, balance in 1 and 2 years. No. 104. Four large farms in Garrad county, Ky., all making a total acreage of 1,340 acres. One of these farms is within a mile and a half of Lancaster and the others from 5, 6 and 10 miles from Lancaster. These places have large concrete silos, large tobacco and stock barns, nice residences, tenant houses, etc. We will cut any of these farms to suit purchasers. This is your chance to get the size farm that you want located to suit the purchaser. Talk to us about these properties for we know we have the right prices and m ss merry-go-roun- d, 1-- 1-- and 2 years. Vacant lot 60x400 on the best residence street in Stanford, Kentucky. Price $600.00. No. 111. 40 acre farm on good road close to town and in graded school district. Has nice residence weather-boarde- d and ceiled; good cellar, barn, etc. Place well watered and fenced. All lays well and all under cultivation except about 6 acres. Price $2,000. Terms nVht No. 84. 100 acre farm two miles from Danville, Ky., in the richest part of Boyle county. Two story frame dwelling of seven rooms, halls, and porches. Good barn, crib, etc. Splendidly watered, cistern right at door, three everlasting springs, ponds, etc. All lays well and no waste land on it. Fencing good. Also 100 barrels corn, 50 bales of hay, 25 bales of oats, 18 cattle, 2 good mules, 7 shoats, 2 brood sows, 3 colts, 1 brood mare, several turning plows, cultivators, 2 wheat drills, riding cultivator, etc., everything in the way of tools that is necessary to run a farm too numerous to mention. Will turn this place over to purchaser and move out with household goods. Price $14,000 one half down and balance to suit purchaser. This is a chance of a life time to get one of the best farms in central Kentucky fully equipped and stocked. No. 86. 56 acres 1 2 miles from good town. house; good barn; large driveway and all necessary outbuildings; good orchard; two wells and pond; fencing good; buildings all new. Price $3,500. No. 89. 140 acres, frame dwelling and porches; two barns; one for stock and the other a six-actobacco barn; crib, buggy house, etc. All in grass excent about 25 acres; water in field; fencing and buildings in good shape. Nice orchard. Price $60.00 an acre. Terms right. No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of 42 acres right on pike; has house, barn, etc; place well watered and fenced; for a quick sale, $70 per acre and easy terms. This is good strong soil and worth more money but must be sold. 1-- six-roo- m re one-thir- re 7-a- re 10-ac- re Ky.; has tables, chairs, desk, stove, lights and all paraphernalia necessary to run a first class pool room. The receipts run from $125 to $150 per month. Price $400 spot cash for a quick sale. This is a good chance for some one to go in business and make splendid money on a small investment. No. 106. Stock of general merchandise in the city of Stanford, Ky., consisting of groceries, hardware, paints, etc. Will rent the fixtures at a nominal price and will also rent the building consisting of storeroom below and dwelling above at a very low figure. This is an exceptionally clean stock of goods and we will sell at a low figure. No. 108. 130 acre farm 2 2 miles from a good town. Two houses. Dwelling of six rooms and tenant house of four rooms. Good barn and all necessary outbuildings. 50 acres bottom land, 20 acres In grass and balance in timber. Well watered and all fencing and buildings in good shape. Price ?3,U00. Terms right. No. 81. Nice cottage, large yard and good garden small stpek of groceries, hardware, etc., with cheap rental contract on storeroom, barn and barn lots for four years. The store room, etc.. is located right at corne of yard. This place is right on the pike and the best location in the county for a country store. Will sell for cash or trade. No. 50. Two-storframe dwelling; two barns; place contains 1 acre of land; splendid garden, etc; in Stanford graded district. $2,000 wouldn't put the improvements on this place; will sell or trade. Price 1-five-roo- m y, No. 107. Pool room in Danville, one-thir- No. 61. One town lot right on Main street, 80x270. Price $600; also four other lots 60x138. Price $300 each and one lot 90x100. Price $800. All of these lots have concrete walks One of the best farms in Central Kentucky, of 261 acres; two story frame dwelling of 12 rooms; 2 barns, 75x75 each, and 60-f- t. feed shed on side with large crib; 2 buggy houses; 3 hen houses; smoke house, etc; 30 acres in cultivation and balance in grass; splendid orchard of 400 tres; everlasting springs, ponds, etc.. in fact water in every field. All buildings and fencing in first class condition. Right on pike and one mile from depot; finest shipping point on the road; an ideal stock farm. This land will grow wheat, corn, tobacco, hemp, etc., as well as any land in the State of Kentucky. The whole farm lays well and is well drained. No waste land. An automobile can be driven over all of it and there is not a foot of cold or swamp land on it. Price $30,000.00 and terms right. $1,500. No. 94. lot in town. 10-roo- a"d are wel1 locate!. Best building two-stor- y, No. 64. 172 acres of hemp and tobacco land; m splendid FARM LOANS CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle D. A. THOMAS, Phone 80 1 5 Per acres of good land in No. 89. the corporate limits of a good town; 5 acres in grass balance in cultivation. Wide frontage on good street. Will sell or exchange this property. 92. 76 acres of good land, residence of five extra large rooms, layer 21 ing for. brick residence with basement; splendid barn with water piped in the same; large concrete silo; all buildings in good repair. This is an A 1 farm. Price $20,000; terms dwell74 acres; ing; barn 40x60 and all necessary outbuildings; well watered and fenced; right on pike and only three miles from Stanford. Price $6,000. One half cash and easy terms on balance. cottage; new No. 73. Three-roostable containing three stalls and corn crib; small storeroom on pike; good cistern at door and never failing well in lot; 5 acres of ground; all buildings and fencing in good condition. Place well located and in good community. Price $1,750. With Us If You Want to Sell m easy. No. 69. AT- - RHEUMATISM ARRESTED Many people suffer the tortures of lame muscles and stiffened joints because v of impurities in the blood, and each succeeding attack seems more acute until rheumatismhas invaded thewholesystem. To arrest rheumatism it is quite as important to improve your general health as to purify your blood ,'and the cod liver oil r, inScott'sEmulsion is nature'sgrcat while its medicinal nourishment strengthens the organs to expel the impurities and upbuild your strength. Scott's Emulsion is helping thousand everyday who could not find other relief Refuse the alcoholic substitute. blood-make- THE GALT HOUSE, WHEN IN LOUISVILLE. EUROPEAN 'PLAN GOOD ROOMS $1.00 PER DAY. FINE DINING ROOM WITH EXCELLENT SERVICE AND LOW PRICES. MEETS TRAINS. TURKISH AND ELECFREE AUTO-BU- S TRIC BATHS. WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS. J. GREENBERG, Manager aA M HIGHEST PRICES PAID ReBtlltaace Mailed oa Day of brick between weatherboarding and plaster; halls and porches;- - the house practically new and all rooms newly papered; two barns, house for stripping tobacco; crib; meat house, etc. Place well watered, three ponds and two never failing springs; about 35 acres in grass and balance in cultivation. In splendid community and right at edge of good town. Price $100.00 per acre one half down and Skipmeat il Receired No Commission to Pay Write fer Price List and Shipping Tags M. Sabel & Sons Iacaryeralca hughes Office 1 Consult Us Before Buying. List & Mccarty Etdiike 1856 LOUISVILLE, KY. Stanford, - Kentucky Lancaster Street Opposite Court House. Office Phone 180. KENTUCKY. REAL ESTATE, . STANFORD, r .J Farm and Stofck Newt The Interior Journal, Stafford, KeiituckPTFriday, Marcl illllllliiifiliiilllHIiilhfiillillllllilllllllllB King's Mountain Miss Eva Dishon has returned from a few weeks visit at her grandfather's near O. K. Mrs. Harry Wall, of Ludlow, is visiting her brothers, M. B. and M. D. Smith. I1P WITHOUT A N.'!i'iH!,4MJ tHHNllHW ti Priday; cattle, strong. Top hogs were $10.10 , at Cincinna- What You Pay For One Every Year Why not have one this year? Weigh your saving in corn, your reduced need for hay, bran and other expensive fodder, lie improved condition of your mules for $450. W. M. McCormack sold last week a bunch of hogs to Emmet McCor-- , mack, of Husotnville, at 7 T. B. Hammonds, on the Danville pike, sold to T. W. Jones this week eight small steers at $30 a head. Lindsey Coffman, of Bowen, sold a bunch of hogs to Shel Tevis, for $100. T. W. Jones bought from John Lutes, of the Turnersville section, 20 shoats that averaged 80 pounds, at 7 4 cents a pound. Victor A. Lear, of Lancaster, bought from Otho Montgomery of combined North Garrard a bay mare for $150. W. A. Tribble, of this city, sold 500 bushels of wheat to the Crab Orchard Milling Company this week at $1.25 a bushel.Harold Snell,- a Fayette counfy trader, bought the wool crop of Jas. H. Thompson, of Bourbon county, at 40c, the highest price in 38 years. In 1878 wool sold as high as 43c. J. G. Smedley and J. G. Allen, two c. 1-- At S. W. Martin's sale in Shelby county, torn soldat $4.80. Joe Yaden of Junction City bought a mare from J. L. Lunsford for 100. H. W. Turpfn, of Pulaski, bought of Virgil Raney a pair of choice four-year-o- ld Ira T. Moser of Milledgeville Miss Laura Johnson spent Satur- day and Sunday with her parents at Science Hill. has to say about cream separators this week. XT will be worth your while to I find out what some of your A neighbors who use De Laval m attle from silage feeding, Against the cost of a silo and there is only one way to figure it You're Not Saving Bat LestagMwey; Stanford Readers Are Learning The church workers. J. W. Reynolds has a registered Way. Jersey cow for sale which can be bought at a, reasonable price. It's the little kidney ills Mrs. Belle, Hudson and family who aching back The lame, weak or have been living at Lexington for The unnoticed urinary disorders That may lead to dropsy and some time have movd to their farm here. Bright's disease. Harry Jenkins and family have (When the kidneys are weak, Help them with Doan's Kidney move to C. Jeffrey's property. Pills, James Walls will move this week A remedy especially for weak kid- to Highland, having rented the O. G. neys. Speaks farm. Doan's have been used in kidney Fount Dishon and family left last for 50 years. week for Stanford where they will Endorsed by 30,000 people en- reside for a while. Mr. Dishon is a dorsed at home. splendid carpenter and we wish them Proof in a Stanford citizen's state- the best sucess. ment. W. B. King has moved to his new Mrs. J. M. Lunsford, R. F. D. 4, residence just completed. Rev. Owens Stanford, says: "One of my family pastor of the Baptist Church, and was troubled by dizzy spejls and family have moved into the property weakness of the kidneys. This one recently vacated by Mr. King. We had backache, was very stiff and suf- feel honored to have Rev. Owens in fered from severe pains across the our midst. loins. Doan's Kidney Pills gave redeferred The many friends of Miss Ella We, the undersigned, hate known F. J. lief from the first. There is no kid- Wright anil Mr. Dena Reynolds were Remember the date March 13th Clieney for the lait IB .Heart.. andsbel!ee him iterfectlv honorable in al' transactions ney trouble now and we feel that the at 1:30 p. m., in Stanford, Ky. j and linaueially Mile to carry out any obligations greatly surprised to hear of their cure is permanent." tirm. Persons desiring further informa- maae uy ins NAT. HANK OF COMMKRCK. all dealers. Don't marriage which occured Saturday, Price 50c, at Toledo, Ohio. tion will call on me at my office in simply ask for a kidney remedy get February 26th at Cincinnati. Mr. Tlall's Catarrh Cure Is tnLeli Internally, acting Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Reynolds has had a position at NorStanford, Ky. directly uimn the blood and mucous surfaces of Mrs. Lunsford recommends. Foster-Milbur- n wood, Ohio for several months. He the system., Tcxtiiiioninlfc sent free, l'rlee 75 cents per tattle Sold by all Imicclsts. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. spent the Holidays with his parents 17-- 4 K. S. ALCORN. ' 20-- 1 here and returned to his work but Take Hall's Family Pl'li tor constipation. kept the affair a secret. He is a son LANCASTER. of J. W. Reynolds and a fine young her man, while the bride is a daughter Mrs. R. K. Conn eelebi-ate70th birthday at her home here. of ReV. Wright, pastor of the M. E. Some forty odd of her friends and Church. She is an accomplished relatives gathered at her residence young lady and respected and loved on Stanford avenue to commemorate by all who' know her. They will make the happy occasion. Mrs. Conn was their home at Norwood, Ohio. married fifty years ago last NovemProfs. Elmer Wright and Harrison ber, being the mother of eleven chil- Walls, our bachelor friends, are hopdren, all of whom are living, eight being present for the happy celebra- ing the young ladies will take advI am well equipped to do all kinds of Rubber antage of leap year. tion. The placing of a handsome porTiring at all times and the best of tires CoopOUT OF THE RACE. trait of the late L. Y. Leavell in the back, Lancaster Graded School building When one wakes with er and Firestone prices $ 1 0 to $ 1 4. Work took place Thursday morning with pains in muscles, aches in stiff or joints, appropriate ceremonies. B. F. Hudcannot do his : guaranteed. son and others making short addres-e- s. rheumatic twinges, he Mr. Leavell at the time of his best. If you feel out of the race, death was one of the wealthiest of tired, languid, or have symptoms of Garrard's citizens and left the bulk kidney trouble, act promptly. Foley of his estate to the Lancaster Graded Kidney Pills help the kidneys get rid School. of poisonous waste matter that cause troubles. Sold everywhere. On-stoe one-thir- $150. Capt. Am Bourne, of Lancaster, conducted las tweek a public sale for .And every year you hesitate meanal D. Wells, of the Hubble section, the a probably increased cost due to ad- vancing costs of lumber, metals and1' following being a few quotations labor. No better time than "right from the listed prices: milk cow i now", no better place than right here( at $50; a yearling heifer easily sold at home to get that silo you need.) at $25; a sow and pigs was bid off at $31.50. Let Us Prove It With Figures. J. T. Hogan sold his Rolling Fork farm, consisting of about 100 acres to Mr. W. W. Dever for $10,000. Mr. KENTUCKY SILO CO. Hogan then purchased the Hardin Yowell farm containing 589 acres W. P. Kincaid, Manner for $16,005. This farm is also on the Rolling Fork. Kentucky Stanford, Over in Garrard dogs made a raid on W. H. Furr's sheep and killed two fine ewes and crippled another one that will likely die. On the same day dogs were after B. C. Anderson's sheep, we don't know what damage they did, but Mr. Anderson killed two of the dogs and wounded another one. i Jones & Cress will shop three car i loads of hogs to the Cincinnati market Saturday, and hope to make of the quite a nice speck on the bunch with C. Hill Farm, at Maywood, Ky. ' porkers soaring the way they have John As agent of the heirs of John C. Hill, iately. From Granville Lutes, near Turnersville, they got 124 head for deceased, I will on the shipment, that averaged 130 pounds, at $7.35 a hundred; T. B. MONDAY, MARCH 13th, 1916 ! Hammonds sold them eight head, averaging 150 pounds and a being county court day, offer for sale couple of car loads wereat $8 from bought publicly to the highest and best bid- Smith Bros., of Brodhead. der that farm owned by John C. Hill JEPTHA ONSTOTT SALE. st his death, situated at Maywood, The public sale held by Jeptha tt Lincoln county, Ky., and containing at his home about half dozen about 108 acres, the sale to be cried ! miles northeast of Lancaster, was well attended and realin front, of the court-housdoor in ized by the spiritedgood prices Capt crying of Stanford, Ky., on that date at 1:30 Am Bourne. The fann of fifty acres p. m. was bid in by Mr. Ray at $80 per acre. Representative prices on stock The farm will be offered in three 11- the tracts and then as a whole, the bid i and ilnrovender are snlrl following snr. vear-nlnt Sfifl? u hav marp realizing the greater price to be ac- irel saddle mare was purchased for cepted. ($140; a Jersey cow commanded as This farm lies right at the Louis- imuch as $60; a sow bx:ought $16; a ville and Nashville railroad station at j bunch of shoats went for $6 per head; icorn brought Maywood, and is only five miles from der sold at 15$3.95 per barrel; fodcents per shock. Stanford, the county seat .of Lincoln county. TERMS OF SALE. One-thir- d d cash, in six months from We offer One Rouard day of sale, and d in twelve case of Catarrh Hundred Dollars cured by for any that cannot be Hall's day. Lien to be Catarrh Cure. months from that 1 J. CHEXKV k CO., Toledo, O. retained for payments. J by trying to do without a silo. of Millersburg's prominent, citizens, have just celebrated the 50th anniversary of their connection with tho Masonic lodge of that place. At S. L. VanMeter's sale in Faysheep ette, hogs sold at 8 to 8 steers $10.50 per head; ranged from $37 to $52 per head and mules sold all the way from $75 to l-2- c; two-year-o- ld Cream Separators think of their ma-- nity. chinesbeforeyoubuyany separator. Oliver Singleton left for Carthage : About the best thing we can say for the De Laval is that all the far-- Ohio, the first of the week, where he mcrs around here who use it are has a position. He will be greatly boosters. missed by one of our charming young It does good work for them and ladies. Si pleases them, and we know it will Miss Eliza Wall, of Lexington, is please you. visiting friends and relatives here. EE Make it a point to ask your neighbor about his De Lava!. Miss Maggie Horton spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. Therearenearlyrwomillionsatisfied DeLavalusersthro'jghoutthe world. Ed Rigney at Eubank. More De Laval Separators are in use to Mr. Clyde Sutrgeon sj than all other makes combined. It Richmond to enter school, started February Si isn't the cheapest, but the majority of separator users have found out 28th. : by experience that it is the best and A Christian Endeavor Society was jz by far the most economical separa-r- s organized Sunday evening for the tor to own. We want to tell you about an arrange- - interest of the young people, with meat we have whereby you can make par-- quite a number of members. The tial payment at time of purchase and pay the balance on such liberal terms that the officers elected are: President, LauDe Laval will save Maggie ra Johnson ; its Si are cost while you paying for vice-president, Born, to the wife of Henry Gooch a girl, on the 2'4th. The little miss has been named Geneva. The Methodist church is somewhat improved with new seats. Fount Dishon and family moved to Stanford Monday, the 28th. They will be missed by the entire commu- 5S it. Come in and see us the first timeyou have a chance and talk it over. Smith; recording secretary, Eva secretary, corresponding Leach; Grace Thompson; treasurer, Maggie j Sooner or later you will buy a DE LAVAL nillIlllIlIIIIllIllIlliIIIHlElf lllllllllllllill iiiiii PUBLIC SALE Saufley of this part of the county are enjoying the present weather. Miss Jennie Sampson has been vis iting relatives at Harrodsburg. Miss Ida Floyd is visiting her sister at Somerset. Mrs. John Herzog is on the sick list. Miss Ada Floyd is the guest of Mrs. W. F. Dishon this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Loveil entertained a few of their friends at a fine dinner one day last week. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ware and family, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Martin, Mrs. Susie Adams, Mrs. and Bowen Adams. The people Al-drid- I HELP THE KIDNEYS Dye. Miss Ella Wright went to Cincinnati, O., February 25, where she met Dena Reynolds and they were quietly married. The bride is the attractive daughter of Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Wright. She will be a helpmate for the one of her choice. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reynolds of this place. The happy young couple will reside at Norwood, O., where he has a nice position. We wish them much happiness and success in their new home. Born to the wife of Henry Gooch, a girl christened, Geneva Thomas. Thomas McBee and John Drye also have smiling faces over the arrival of little girls in their homes. Robert Lee bought a fine Jersey cow of E. O. Wright for $65. Fred Reynolds bought a cow from E. W. Dunlap for a fancy price. Mr. Dunlap having sold his stock and household goods will leave soon for for Grant county, where he and his 'family will make their future home. We regret very much to see them leave our midst as both are active How's This? s one-thir- ! d Rubber Tirin E. T. PENCE. THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, ::::::: The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. GEORGE H. FARRIS. ? , GREEN RIVER T. J. Denham. who was hurt by his wagon turing over, is improving, Danville), spent several days here, his many friends will be glad to the guest of relatives. learn. On Monday, February 28, a fine JMrs. J. W. Wilson is. seriously ill boy was born to "Mr. and Mrs. Isaac at this writing. Her sister Mrs Quails. Sam Tarter, of Milledgeville is at Mrs. James Cloya has been quite her bed-sidill during the past week. e, Little Miss Alma Spears, of TVIrs. T. L. Terry of Ludlow returnwas the recent guest of Miss ed home last Sunday after a visit Annie Carrie Hicks. of a few days to C. C. Terry's. Messrs. Henry and S. A. May are Oscar and Luther Mason and Ear- in Danville this week with tobacco. nest Denham, who went to Middle-tow- n, We believ this is about the last' crop Ohio in search of work return- in this section to be marketed. per 15. If you want poultry for profit try ed and reported nothing doing. On account of illness; Miss Ruby these breeds you will make no misMillard Smock, of Turnersville was Garrison came home from Lindsey-Wilso- n take. I still breed the Indian Run- in our community last Sunday callTraining school at Columbia ner Ducks there is a reason Eggs ing on almighty pretty girl. last week. $1.00 per 15. Postmistress Amanda Mills now has John Wells and his new bride have a full stock of groceries in the post, Mrs. Sam J. Embry, Stanford, Ky. moved into their new house. 16-- tf Phone 50; P. O. Box 91 H. F. Floyd has bought of J. N. office building, and in the future will Rhode Island Whites Something new, yet winners and the sensation and attraction of the show room. My yards compose the best to be had, coming direct from the celebrated and famous Excelsior strain. Yards headed by blue ribbon wearers. Eggs $3 and $2 for 15. S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS Have been tried for many years and each year finds them .more popular and admired. The orders this year "have been so many my surplus is all sold. In my yards are found the qeam of the country. Eggs $2.50 look after this business wn connection with her work for Uncle Sam. Our DYER, TENN., MAN clever mail carrier, Mr. John Brown, has been laid up witri a severe spell YEARS SUFFERED of sickness for the past few days, but during his confinement, Mr. Willie When Bilious, Headachy, Sick, for Mills has been handling the route in J. T. Castleman Finds Hope Fulfilled After Passing Threescore fine style. Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, Years. Bad Colds. DANGERS OF DRAFT. J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tenn., Drafts feel best when we are hot suffered from stomach derangements box. Get a Take a Cascaret tonight to cleanse and perspiring, just when they are for forty years, taking all sorts of your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, and most dangerous and the result is medicine, following all kinds of medyou will surely feel great by mornical advice. ing You men and women who have Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Muscles years, he In headache, coated tongue, a bad cold, or sometimes an attack of Rheuma- neverall the forty good day said, he had a real until he are bilious, nervous, upset, bothered tism. In such cases apply Sloan's tried Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Then with a sick, gassy, disordered stom- Liniment. It stimulates circulation he discovered something. Let his letach, or have backache and feel all to the sore and painful part. The ter tell about if worn out. Are you keeping your blood flows freely and in a short 'The first dose of Mayr's Wonderful bowels clean with Cascarets or merely forcing a passageway every time the stiffness and pain leaves. Remedy caused gall stones to pass few days with salts, cathartic pills Those suffering from Neuralgia or from me. I am feeling much better I am 64 than I have or castor oil? Nemalgic Headache will find one or years old and ever before. before enI had never Cascarets immediateyl cleanse and two applications of Sloan's Liniment joyed one whole good day. regulate the stomach, remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food will give grateful relief. The agon"I would not give the one bottle and foul gases; take the excess bile izing pain gives way to a tingling you sent me for all the drugs and docfrom the liver and carry off the con- sensation of comfort and warmth and tors' medicine that is made." stipated waste matter and poison quiet Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives perrest and sleep is possible. Good from the bowels. manent results for stomach, liver and Remember a Cascaret tonight will for Neuritis too. Price 25c at your intestinal ailments. Eat as much and straighten you out by morning. A Druggist. whatever you like. No more distress box from your druggist after eating, pressure of gas in the means healthy bowel action; a clear stomach and around the heart. Get one M head and cheerfulness for months. s Laap bottle of your druggist now and try it 20-- 1 Don't, forget the children. on an absolute guarantee if not satisRev. George Hasty preached a fine factory money will be returned. For sale by Penny's Drug Store Cash a saw mill and is setting it on sermon at J. B. Robbins' Sunday, a and all other reliable druggists. his farm near Jumbo. He will grind very large crowd attending. corn and do custom sawing for the Miss Elizabeth Wilson came out people. from Stanford Sunday afternoon to sick for a few days, but is somewhat Our new mail carrier, Mr. Hill is this date. on the route new and we hope that visit her sister, Mrs. Wm. Kirkpat-ric- k. better at Miss Florence Burk was the welhe won't be cut out as soon as he come guest of her sister, Mrs. Arch learns the route. Mr. Yager gave satMrs. E. L. Miracle is still very low Green at Maywood last week. isfaction and we regret to give him at her home, her many friends will Mr. John Hooker came up in this up. community last week, visiting friends Mr. R. P. Blackerby is able to be regret to know. Mrs. H. C. Hurst and cousin, Miss and relatives. out again after a severe attack of Hassie Hurst, were pleasant visitors Miss Bessie Green was out one day grip. Mr. T. C. Livingston, who was sick in Stanford the latter part of the recently visiting Mr. Frank Davis and family. week. last week is improving. The grin is: still go;ng the rounds. Mrs. James Scarbrough is sufferMrs. Anna Hooker and niece, Miss The epidemic seems to be in every ing with the mumps. Miss Mary Terry is recovering Pearl Hooker and Mr. Charles family in Ihe community. been Mrs. after a weeks suffering with mumps. Thonipson, were welcome guests on confined Elihu Miracle who has time, to her bed for some George Redmond and family have Green River Sunday. doesn't seem to show much immoved back to this community after Miss Florence Burke was calling provement. a year's stay at Danville. on Misses Ida and Verna Austin reMiss Lizzie Davis spent Saturday John D. Carpenter and family cently. and Sunday with Miss Pearl Hooker. have moved out ftom Aunt Artia Mr. Lee Kirkpatrick passed thru Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Daugherty, of Bastin's to their home. Lick section, came up Sun- here Saturday. Mrs. C. C. Terry was up Wednes- the Blue Mr. H. C Hurst wa.-- a business day to see Mrs. Wilson, who is suf- day to see Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mira- visitor in Stanford Thursday. fering with an attack of appendicitis. cle. The wedding bells will probably Little Laura Miracle spent Satur- ring very soon as Messrs. Charles COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED. Thompson and George Hurst are callday night with her cousin. ing so often. Many people cough and cough Mrs. A. L. Thompson is somewhat Miss Florence Burke of Green Rivfrom the beginning of Fall right thru improved, her many friends will be er, has been the pleasant guest of to Spring. Others get cold after Miss Cordie Miracle. glad to know. cold. Take Dr. King's New DiscovMr. Claud Gerkey is still working If any of our girls and boys reery and you will get almost immedi- ceived comic valentines, they have at Stanford. Mr. Harwood Kirkpatrick. of the ate relief. It checks your cold, kept very quiet on the subject. Neal's Creek section, was out to see tissue-tearin- g stops- - the racking, rasping, Mr. Charles Thompson of this his cousin, Mr. Lee Kirkpatrick the cough, heals the inflammaplace, was out to see his best girl past week. tion, soothes the raw tubes. Easy to Sunday afternoon. Little Lunette Hurst spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousins, take, Antiseptic and Healing. Get a Mr. H. C. Hurst was calling on the Misses Miracle. 50c bottle of Dr. King's New Dis- Mr. John Breedlove and family SunMrs. W. M. Kirkpatrick was down covery and keep it in the house. "It day. to see Mrs. H. C. Hurst Friday. is certainly a great medicine and I Mr. and Mrs. Arch Green and pretty Rev. Hasty and wife and pretty keep a bottle of it continually on little daughter, of Maywood, spent little son, came over to see Mr. and Saturday and Sunday with her parhand" writes W. C. Jesseman, Fran-coni- a, Mrs. E. L. Miracle Sunday. ents here Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Burke. N. H. Money back if not satMr. A. B. Hoskins. of Greasy Mr. Jesse Manning, of Stanford, isfied but it nearly always helps. passed through this place Wednes- Ridge came over to see E. L. Miracle Sunday. day. Miss Frona Robbins and Mr. Geo. ELLISBURG. W. M. Pitman bought a nice calf Hurst attended church at J. B. RobMr. Joe McWilliams, our popular Monday. bins Sunday. merchant, has been quite sick for at Stanford last Mr. H. C. Hurst also purchased a the last few weeks vtth a complicacalf of Mr. John Breedlove for $18. tion of troubles. Mr. Charles Daugherty is reportMrs. John B. Reynierson returned Wednesday from a visit to her sons, ed to be quite ill at this Avriting. Will and Tom Reynierson in DanMiss Frona Robbins and Mr. Geo. ville. A medicinal preparation like Dr. Hurst attended church at J. B. Robson of Sherwood, the bins' Sunday. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, that has real Mr. John Cox, who accidentally shot Mr. Claude Gerkey, one of the curative value almost sells itself. ago, himself in the knee several days has about recovered from the injury most hustiling; young men around Like an endless chain system the and is able to be in school again. by those here is working at Stanford this j remedy is recommended Mr. Ira Murphy has been spending week. 'who have been benefitted to those several days in Liberty with his forMrs. J. B. Robbins was over to see who are in need of it. mer school friend, Mr. Clarence Tayis a Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-RoAunt Polly Robbins Monday. lor. Live stck and household effects smokehouse of physician's prescription. It has been A thief entered the sold exceptionally well at Kint Swig-gett- 's J. B. Robbins one night last week and tested for years and has brought re sale which was held last week. This estimable gentleman, we regret took a lot of his meat. This was a sults to countless numbers who have suffered. to learn, intends removing with his heavy loss to Mr. Robbins. family to the Prairie state within the Mrs. C. C. Gerkey and Mrs. Kinley The success of Dr. Kilmer's next few days. is due to the fact that Bastin, of the Green River section, Swamp-RoMr. Harve Mills and Mesdames J. came up Wednesday to see Mr. and it fulfills almost every wish in overR. Allen and Mollie Murphy spent coming kidney, liver and bladder diseveral days last week with friends Mrs. Charles Daugherty. Master Clyde Robbins, is out again seases, corrects urinary troubles and in Danville. It is with regret that we record after a long illness. neutralizes the uric acid which causthe death of Mr. David Shannon, Mrs. Lucy Gurro and little son, es rheumatism. which occui'red several days ago afDo not suffer. Get a bottle of ter a lingering illness of tuberculosis. William, of Pineville, are here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Swamp-Rothirty-fiv- e from any druggist now. years Deceased was about of age. His departure will be learn- Hoskins for a few weeks. Start treatment today. ed of with sorrow by his many Mrs. H. C. Hurst was out to see However, if you wish first to test friends. daughter, Mrs. Mary B. Davis this great preparation send 10 cents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reynierson and her to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, young son, Eugene, left Saturday for the latter part of last week. News has been received here that N. Y., for a sample bottle. When Breckinridge county, Kingswood, where another son, Earl, is in col- Mrs. George Redmon is very ill at writing be sure and menton the lege. They will make the return trip Danville. Journal, Stanord. Wednesday via Louisville, where, we Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hoskins, of understand, Mr. Reynierson will transact some matters of business before Greasy Ridge, came down to see Mr. returning home. "THE OLD RELIABLE" and Mrs. E. L. Miracle Wednesday. Mr. Thomas Robinson, of Danville, Little Lunette Hurst was the guest who is with the People's Tobacco of her cousin, Wednesday afternoon. Warehouse Company, was here a few Mrs. Mary Miracle, of Green days last week in the interest of his River, was a pleasant caller here firm. Attorney W. H. Spragens and lit- Tuesday. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. tle son, William Henry, Jr., of LebMrs. H. C. Hurst has been quite anon, stopped with relatives here last week on the way to Liberty where the former went on legal business. His sister, Miss Florence Spragens, accompanied them norae for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Downey, of Use "Cascarets" for Liver and Bowel When Constipated! 40 10-ce- nt 10-ce- nt ason Old Prescription For Weak Kidneys ot i ot ot In-ter- or REMEDYFORMEN. Try Our Oliver Sulky Riding Plows. Two Styles. , e. Hus-tonvill- Nothing Equal Them In The Field. W. H. HIGGINS, :: Stanford, Ky. A r-- . K