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METEOR SEEN AT AN EARLY HOUR ,Lights Up Sky As It Flashes Across Heavens About DaWn Wednesday Many Saw It The meteor which flashed across he sky at an early hour Wednesday morning was plainly seen by a number of Lincoln county people who happened to be up as early as half past five o'clock. The first to make report to the I. J. was Councilman E. L. Reinhart, who saw it as he was delivering the morning papers on Danville avenue. He said Vnat it lighted up the heavens as it soared from northeast to northwest. Mr. Reinhart says that Doc Huffman and his brothers on Danville pike aw it and thought a German airship was dropping a bomb. Will Chance-Id- ", on the Crab Orchard pike, saw it and believed that it struck the earth a short distance from his home. A man near H. K. Codey in Scott county, claims to have discovered part of the meteor in a ravine near his farm. Dispatches from Cincin-cinna- ti say that it was vividly seen in that section and that a loud explo-so- n was heard soon after the meteor appeared to strike the ground. Quite a number of superstitious and ignorant thought that the end of the world was at hand. A great many people everywhere saw the uncanny visitor and it was generally recognized as a common phenomenon and regarded with curiosity rather than fear. The Weather Bureau at Louisville mads the following statement about the matter: "More or less, all space is filled with material thrown off by stars and other bodies. When particles of this material reach our atmosphere thev burn with light more or less brilliant and are thus called to ours notice. They are composed of matter of the same kinds found in our earth which becomes fused in our atmosphere and a preponderance of magnetic iron usually is left. "The bodies may be of trifling size or as large as a table, a jlesk or half a house. The one that caused' such excitement Wednesday morning probably came pretty close to us from what I have heard of its brilliancy, and maybe struck somewhere within a radius of 50 miles of Louisville but that is a pretty big area in which to find thing even as big as a house. Meteors are flying thro' space all the time, but only when they reach our atmosphere and burn are we aware of them." -- The Interior Journal No. 4. tfA6 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Yiday, January 14, 1916. EVENTS. HAD LEFT FOOT AMPUTATED IGH AVERAGES Tuesdays and Fridays ASSIGNMENTS NOTES OF CURRENT The State Federation at Louisville went on record against any sort of prohibition. and Curry Miss Hazel Patrick Rice, of Paint Lick, were married there last Saturday. A Cincinantr film company has bought the zoo there for $400,000 and will erect a big movie manufacturing plant there. The Ben Ali theatre at Lexington, perhaps the most beautiful playhouse in the south, was damaged $80,000 by a fire early in the week. Victoriano Huerta, who was president of Mexico at i?ie time Madero was assassinated, died after four operations for gall stones at a, hospital in El Paso. Martial law has been declared at El Paso, Tex., and soldiers and poof Mexilicemen began a round-u- p cans in that city. -- Travelers and missionaries have been warned not to enter provinces within the zone of military operations against Chinese rebels. The Kentucky Senate yesterday denied its indorsement to Judge J. M. Benton for United States Supreme Court, refusing for the second Mrs. Annie Creech, wife of the president of the Bastin Telephone Co., of Lancaster, died at East Bern-stad- t, leaving her husband and three small children. Mrs. Rhoda Ralston, 72, of Paint Lick, died there Sunday. She is survived by three sons, James, Thomas and Reuben Ralston and one daughter, Mrs. Bettie Griggs. Rev. J. S. Sims, a well known Methodist minister, who was married last week at Paris, died at Clermont, Florida Thursday, while on his honeymoon. He was 72 years old. That the British steamer Glengyle, sunk two weeks ago, was torpedoed without warning was told in a Havas dispatch from Marseilles. chief Orille Buck was of police at Lancaster, at a meeting of the city council there on Monday night. The race between him and former chief L. E. Herron was a warm one. Philander, former secretary of State, has announced his candidacy for the seat of Senator Geo. T. Oliver, of Pennsylvania, who will ed C-Kno- x, retire. John C. C. Mayo, Jr., the son of the late J. C. C. Mayo, millionaire land king of' eastern Kentucky, is very ill at a Lexington hospital of Bright's disease. The lad is a student, at M. M. I. An L. & N. surveying crew has appeared at Barbourville to make a survey for a new line between that city OVERTURNED IN BUGGY. and Corbin, which it is declared David Rankin, Frank Higgins and would relieve the congestion on the Ben Dunn, of the Marksbury section Cumberland Valley branch. of Garrard, while returning home on County a dark night last week, drove over a Kentucky, School Superintendents of in session at Frankfort, high embankment and turned their buggy over. The horse ran away and went on record as favoring the apthe occupants were dragged some propriation of $20,000 annually to distance before he could be stopped. Luickly they were only slightly hurt 1920 for the work of the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission. and the buggy was not damaged. Wireless control from an aeroplane MASON'S GAP. of a coast defense torpedo has been There are quite a number of grip developed and patents are included in the Hammond rights, for the pursufferers in this community. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hoskins aie chase of which Congress was asked confined to their home with a to appropriate nearly $100,000,000. attack of grip. time to make a recommendation. Miss Elizabeth Wilson came out Among bills introduced was one by from Stanford Sunday to spend the ' Senator Taylor to limit liquor shipday with her sister, Mrs. W. J. ments into local option territory to one-ha- lf gallon of whisky and five 3Iiss Hassie Miracle spent Tues- gallons of beer a month. A petition day with her little cousin. looking to the impeachment of CounAunt Annie Hooker and Miss ty Judge J. E. Williams, of McCreary Pearl, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. county, was introduced in the House Frank Davis Sunday. yesterday by Representative Richard Miss Cleda Kirkpatrick of Danville Radcliffe, of Henry county. spent a few days here with her parCapture of Gen. Almeida, who was ents. shot immediately; Gen. Jose RodriMr. Claude Gerkey went away this guez, whose summary execution was week to join his brother in Garrard ordered, and other Villa chieftains county, where he will accept a posi- was announced last night in dispatchtion. We hate to give him up and es from El Paso to the State Dewish him well. partment and the Mexican Embassy. Little Otto Hurst is able to be out They were captured at Madera by again after an attack of the grip. Carranza forces. This action was Mrs. Roy Seward is on the sick taken in an effort to punish those responsible for the death of nineteen list this week. Bro. Hasty will hold a meeting Americans. at the home of Jake Robbins the DOWN ON HIS BACK. fourth Sunday in January at 10 8. m. "About two years ago I got down Mrs. J. B. Robbins has been a grip on my back," writes Solomon victim for several days. Flat River, Mo. "I got a 50c Little Elizabeth Miracle is very ill box of Foley Kidney Pills and they, straightened me right up. I recomat this" writing. Mrs. H. C. Hurst was the pleasant mend them to all who have kidney visitor of her uncle and aunt, Mr. trouble." Rheumatic aches and pains, soreness and stiffness, sleep disturband Mrs. E. L. Miracle recently. Mr. George Bourne, our school ing bladder trouble, yield quickly to teacher, is slowly recovering from a Foley Kidney Pills. Sold everywhere. severe attack of the grip. Liven Up:Your Torpid-LiveMiss Pearl Hooker was the guest Mrs. John Hooker the To keep your liver active use Dr. of Mr. and King's New Life PTIls. They insure latter part of last week. Little Robert Robbins is critically good digestion, relieve constipation, and tone up the whole system keep ill at this writing. Mr. George Hurst was the reecnt your eye. clear and your skin fresh visitor of his friend, Mr. Lee Kirk and healthy lookinsr. Onlv 25c at your recently. 2 druggist. f se-we- re Kirk-patric- k. Be-quet- te, r QUIZZING BANKRUPT SANDERS A ttlppfintr rf thp criKiifnrs nf T. Blood Poisoning Causes Garner Price If bacco Continues To Sell at Tod L. Sanders, bankrupt, of Crab OrTo Lose Important Member Figures On Danville Breaks chard, was held before Referee in Bankruptcy Nelson D. Rodes, of Of Senator Montgomery and Repre-sentatDanville, here Wednesday afternoon. Crab Orchard, Jan. 14. Tobacco which has been steadily Gooch Good Ones GosMr. Garner Price, who has been gclng up since the first of the year, Mr. Sanders was placed on the stand sip From the Legislature suffering for some time with blood tofck another upward bound this and was put through a vigorous expoison, had his left foot amputated ek and numerous high averages amination by Attorneys John Sam Representative W. G. Gooch, of this week by Drs. Kinnaird, of Lanre recorded at the Danville mar Owsley, of this city, and John W. Brown, of Mt. Vernon, representing Lincoln county, and Senator Charles caster and Edmiston and Harmon, of kets. Over 100.000 Dounds were on e at the two warehouses and there several of the largest creditors. The Montgomery, of Liberty, representthis place, and is getting along quite wflfre no rejections. well now. On the Danville bankrupt merchant was quizzed par- ing this district, in the upper house At the annual election of officers breaks eevry leading buyer in the ticularly concerning notes given by of the legislature, were both given of Crab Orchard lodge No. 636 F. United States, including many inde- him to his brothers and relatives and good committee assignments by the & A. M., the following were chosen: pendents, are buying constantly. To- which he had not listed among "his presiding officers of the two houses. M. M. Phillips, master; J. M. Collier, bacco men in Lincoln, Boyle, Gar- schedule of liabilities, and which, Mr. Gooch was made chairman of the Senior Warden; M. C. Morgan, Jun- rard and Mercer counties who have also he is alleged to have failed to Committee on Public Monuments and ior Warden; H. G. Skiles, secretary; succeeded in buying some crops in list as owing by him in making a Historical Records, while Senator statement to Dunn and Bradstreet, Montgomery is chairman of the iom-mittG. B. Lyne, treasurer; W. C. Pettus, the barns have brought them to Danand also in statement of his business on Penal and Reformatory senior deacon; Robert Collier, junior ville, and in some instances doubled assets "and liabilities given . certain an important body whic'i their money. This is a warning to deacon; J. S. Duke, tiler. wholesale houses when obtaining Will hear any matters affecting the Fellows elected the fol- growers not to sell their tobacco in The Odd goods from them on credit. Attorney state peniteniaries or reform school. lowing officers for the year: J. C. the barn, as the man by whose toil Brown asked Sanders if it was not Senator Montgomery's other commitLeece, noble grand; Sam Tilfrey vice it is grown should get its full worth a fact that these notes had been grand; J. B. Corum, secretary; G'. and" this can be gotten only in one made out to his relatives since he tees are: Appropriations, Constitutional Amendments, Game, Fish and B. Lyne, treasurer; James Bunch, way, and that on the loose leaf floor. had taken the bankrupt law, but Mr. Forestry, Common Carriers and The floor average for 110,000 pounds host. Sanders vigorously denied this. Commerce. Our little city is still struggling was the record, 13 cents. In addition to his chairmanship, ' Yandell & Trisler, of Boyle counwith grip. Representative Gooch was placed on Mrs. S. L. Cummins and Mrs. Wal- ty, Thursday morning, received an AFTER AUTOISTS IN tfANVILLE Several Stanford autoists who so ter Elder went to Brodhead Sunday average of $22.55 per hundred for their crop; an last to attend the funeral of their got an average Anderson county man far have failed to obtain their 1916 of $27.86 for his ofnephew. fering; E. E. Millton, of Anderson licenses, caught it heavy in Danville Mr. Eugene Procter, of Quail, has county, received an average of $18.-5- 8 this week, when thev were arrested a hundred and there were many by Chief of Police George T. Thurbeen putting in a bran packer for others with equally as successful av- mond and assistant A. C. Alford. The Mr. S. L. Cummins' mill here. Little . Miss Florida Cummins has erages. The high prices being receiv- number included the colored driver been quite sick with cold and not ed at Danville are attracting crops from all the surrounding country. for Phillips Bros., who was piloting able to attend school. Mr. Charles P. Buchanan left for Buyers can pay higher prices in Dan- the big motor truck of J. H. Baugh-ma- n Louisville Wednesday to begin busi- ville on account of the splendid ship& Co., of this city. Licenses ping facilities. Below are given a for this machine had arrived but had ness. Mr. Frank Brooks is home from few of the high averages recorded not been put on so the case was conthe latter part of this week: Virginia for a short rest up. Mrs. M. E. Fish has moved in with Vernon Leer, of Anderson county tinued. O. L. Minks, who runs the Mr. and Mrs. Will Pettus on Lancas- sold the following baskets: auto line between Danille and this ter street. 220 pounds, at $13.75 city, was arrested when he had his Mis Estella Arnold, of Preachers-vill- e, 55 pounds at 4.10 new licenses in the car but had not visited her cousin, Mrs. Fred 360 pounds at 13.75 McClure, before leaving for Missouri 290 pounds at 16.50 stopped to put them on. He says he City where she will make a long visit. 365 pounds zt 4.20 ordered them from Frankfort on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steward, of 140 pounds at 13.75 Dec. 29 but they did not arrive unCartersville, will move here in a few 135 pounds at 16.50 til Jan. 10th, and he was arrested as days to put their children in school. 515 pounds at 13.75 Misses Emma and Susie Elder are 85 pounds at 13.75 he got them from the postoffice. He both sick at their home here. 17.50 will fight the case. A large number 315 pounds at .' Mr. George Parrish is quite ill with 115. pounds at 17.25 of fines are being paid and all motorthe grip. AVERAGE $14.03. ists are being warned to get their Miss Nadine McClure and Miss Yandell & Trisler, of Boyle coun- new tags before they go to Danville. Irene Manuel have both been real ty, sold the following baskets: Representative W. G. Gooch sick. 280 pounds at $17.00 Mr. W. E. Jerkins, Sam and Bird, 190pounds at . 27.00 GETS A GOOD JOB IN FLORIDA the committees on Agriculture.Citil have all been very sick with grip and 225 pqundsrtjH 29.00 Mr. I. M. Bruce left JWednpsdav are still kept in their home by this 235vVHTdsiatiijjj:. 25.00 Unease. 47I0U' oiFlorida,herelfifhabecuiel- - a: ImmjgratioX and&aro!st!s!5Cep 55 pounds at, Mr. Jamie Carpenter has moved 40 pounds at T I.'. ' iik j? A.T"" 4. l 43.00 goou position in tne supervising i.: tui, wording on an ox wmen win Keep to town so that he may put the chil- 230 pounds at 42.00 of the Dixie Highway con- Mr. Gooch rather busy. dren in school. 20.50 240 pounds at' struction work which is soon to be Mr. and Mr?. Melvin Collier will 210 pounds at ..; Representative H. Clay Kauffman, 17.50 move into the cottage now occupied 215 pounds at 17.50 started there. Mr. Bruce's head- of Garrard, was given the chairmanby Mr. and Mrs. James Hays. 12.25 quarters will be at Mt. Dora, where ship of a very important 145 pounds at committee, So many of the pupils are sick that 90 pounds at 7.75 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Beazley are that of Kentucky Statutes. His other Prof. Hatfield only had 10 in his 275 pounds at 13.25 making their home. So he will have room one day this week but we hope committees are Court of Appeals. AVERAGE $22.55 to report all better next time. pleasant surroundings and home-lik- e Circuit Courts, Codes of Practice, Boyle county, & Tate, of Crane company while he is there. Mr. Bruce Judiciary. Representatie sold the following baskets: Claude MiTO THE INSURING PUBLIC $11.00 has had considerable experience in nor, of Boyle county, was given the 215 pounds at 11.25 road construction work in Kentucky 65 pounds at. It is with pleasure that I recom- 105 pounds at 12.00 and should have no trouble in mak- important post of Chairman of the Committee on Appropriations, and mend Jesse D. Wearen, the Insur16.00 60 pounds at Floi-id- a 17.75 ing good in the Sunshine State. will be "watchdog of the treasury" ance Man of Stanford to the insuring 85 pounds at is about to spend a world of as 18.25 public for his liberal and prompt set- 145 pounds at far as the house is concerned. Mr. 12.25 money in improving her road sys45 pounds at Minor's other committees are: Banks tlement of my recent loss to barn 70 pounds at 15.75 tem. The chief cities of the state Vei-and Banking, Cities of the Fifth and truly B. P. 265 pounds at and tobacco. 15.50 12.75 are engaged in advertising Florida Sixth classes, Public Utilties, Rev296 pounds at lt Martin. as a place for investors as well as enue and Taxation. AVERAGE $14.21 E. E. Milton, of Anderson county, winter tourists and the country CHIEF OF POLICE Among the first bills to be introsold the following baskets: there seems to be booming on a duced were bHls to submit a vote on ' w"- v $18.00 basis that will insure permanency. state-wid245 pounds at e prohibition to the people 24.00 110 pounds at .. ygss 16.75 of the state. The bill was introduced 216 pounds at ' M'GUFFIE SQUARES THINGS AVERAGE $18.85. in the senate by Senator W. A. Frost W. E. McGuffie, of Waynesburg, of Graves county and in the house by Clark and Shearer, of Boyle county, sold the following baskets: returned from Lexington last week Representative L. B. Hamilton, of 45 pounds at $15.00 where the charges against him of Franklin county. It is a rather 23.50 75 pounds at 25.00 giving checks when He had no funds strange irony of fate that the reprepounds at 120 18.00 to meet them, were dismissed. Mr. sentative from the county in which 165 pounds at, 14.00 McGuffie has made full reparation to Col. E. H. Tayloi-- , 65 pounds at the world famous : 13.50 all concerned in the matter. He was 210 pounds at distiller lives, should offer a bill for AVERAGE $16.81 here Monday and said that he has state-wid- e prohibition. The secret V. Leer, of Boyle county, sold the secured sufficient funds to pay every of the matter is, however, that Col. following baskets: $25.00 dollar he owes and will do so as fast Taylor and his political henchmen 115 pounds at 26.00 as he can. He and his family are 230 pounds at 29.00 preparing to go to Michigan soon to were so busy trying to carry Frank260 pounds at lin county for Stanley in the govern41.00 make 250 pounds at their home. Mr. McGuffie ha. or's race that they inadvertently let 31.UU 210 pounds at 40.00 secured a good position there, and a state-wid- e 255 pounds at candidate for the legis42.00 his friends here hope that he will 230 pounds at lature win. Both of these bills will 30.00 make good. He has showed that he 270 pounds at .. 40.00 desires to do the right thing with be against the hardest kind of sled130 pounds at. ding at this session. The house put B. D. Carter. 30.00 225 pounds at into effect a set of gag rules, requir20.50 those to whom he was indebted. Chief Carter, who has just been loO pounds at ing a vote of the members 27.00 215 pounds at for another term by the 230 pounds at zi.ou VACANCY ON SCHOOL BOARD to suspend the rules, wnile the last house only required a majority vote. Stanford City Council, is one of the 495 pounds at 20.00 The election of Dr! W. B. O'Ban-no- n This rule was put on to make it all 13.75 best known peace officers up in this 365 pounds at as a member of the Stanford the harder for any sort of anti-liquAVERAGE $27.86 end of the state. He has made a light Strevels & Tarkington, of Boyle City Council, causes a vacancy on legislation to see ihe men of day. A splendid record since being at the were perfollowing baskets: the local Board of Education, which lot of mighty good county, sold the head of Stanford's police department 150 pounds at $12.25 must be filled by the other members suaded to vote for the rule for some reason or other. Representative L. being fearless in the performance of 255 pounds at 16.75 15.00 of the board until the time for a reg- Merriwether Smith, of Mercer counhis duty and a tireless worker. Chief 205 pounds at, 29.00 ular election rolls around in May. ty was one of the few who saw the Carter fills well a place that is one 150 pounds at 24.50 Dr. O'Bannon has been an honored "nigger in the woodpile" and made pounds at of the hardest in the world in which 210 pounds at 18.75 and efficient member of the school a fight against such a gag rule, but to please everyone, and the longer he 240 he lost out as the cards were stacked. 22.00 board is in office the more friends and ad- 265 pounds at for a number of years and the The state senate has asked the at: 20.00 pounds mirers he makes. He is just now 280 pounds at ..?. members are weighing a number of torney general's office for a stateat - 14.00 barely able to be out after a serious 250 13.25 names carefully in order to obtain ment regarding the suit to recover fight to save 310 pounds at fall while leading the 10.50 a man to fill the vacancy who will $62,988 from the State Board of the home of a well known citizen-fro- 200 pounds at 11.00 give the same careful consideration Health, alleged to have been ille... destruction by fire a few nights 185 pounds at gally spent. 8.25 ago. There's nothing the Chief will 150 pounds at : 17.00 to local school matters and interests pounds not do to help a friend, and this fact 1S5 pounds at SCIATICA'S 29.00 that Dr. O'Bannon has done. PAIN at that he can. always be relied on, is 100 $17.23. AVERAGE To kill the nerve pains of Sciatica his popularity. one of the reasons for HAD CROUP. you can always depend on Sloan's JANUARY'S "SLOWING UP" This and 5c. OUR JITNEY OFFER "I have a little girl six years old Liniment. It penetrates to the seat Winter indoor life, heavy food and who has a good deal of trouble with of pain and brings ease as soon as DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with five cents to Foley irregular exercise cause a dull, tired croup," writes W. E. Curry, Evans-vill- e, it is applied. A great comfort too Ind. "I have used Foley's Hon- required. Sloan's Liniment is invalFoley Cathartic Tablets & Co., Chicago, 111., writing your, feeling. uable for stopping muscular or nerve name and address clearly. You will Jone up the stomachy and bowels, ey and Tar, obtaining instant relief pain of any kind. Try it at once if receive in return a trial package con- liven up the liver, cleanse the sys- for her. My wife and I also use it you suffer with Rheumatism, Lum-wit- h Sloan's is that no rubbing is taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com- tem and give the light, free feeling and will say it is tie best cure for a croup. of proper digestion and good health. bad cold,, cough, throat trouble and bago. Sore Throat, Pain in Chest, pound, for coughs, colds and Sprains, Bruises, etc. It is excellent croup that I ever saw. Sold Foley Kidney Pills, ,and Foley Cathar Do not gripe or nauseate. Sold for Neuralgia and Headache. 25c at all Druggists. tic Tablets. Sold everywhere. THIS WEEK COMMITTEE V ie ee I.. jtiff -- '.lT..':.nr .-. .- ent - ft -$ y 4-- ( . -- two-thir- ds ed 1 or .- SIX-YEAR-O- 'jir cmw . . . Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Lentucky: "Friday, January 14, 1916. Healthy Old Age Brings Happiness Simple Remedy Promotes Health ( By Overcoming Tendency To Constipation. . Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED ,X A Advancing years impair the acw& tion of the vital organs. Old age should be the period of greatest happiness, but good health is necessary. Constipation should not be tolerated it is often the direct cause of ill health. Headache, belching, biliousness, bloat, drowsiness after eating and other symptoms of constipation can be readily relieved by the use of a sold in simple laxative compound the name of Dr. H drug stores under Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Mr. J. H. Mr. J. H. Bristol. Bristol, 1412 Geddes Ave., Ann Ar-- j bor, Mich., who is 83 years old, says: mild laxative preparation, positive "Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the i in its effects, acting easily and natur-be- st remedy I ever used for consti-- 1 ally without griping or other pain or patir and I always have a bottle of discomfort. For over a quarter of a it ' the house to use when I feel ' century it has been the standard tl need o" it: it never disappoints." household remedy in thousands of Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a homes. Druggists everywhere sell it . 'o? a fat meat on the outside is that it can be trimmed close easily. qu? f- - THE KENTUCKY RED BERKSHIRE HOG Interesting Paper Read at Farmers' Week in Lexington, by W. B. Turley, of Richmond, PresiBerkshire Swine Record dent of the-Red vr MBBaaaaeSSSEaSRggfli In introducing the Red Berskshire, to the public, we would emphasize food to bi laid before them, the fact that unlike most new breeds ' These facts were also noted by of livestock, we have not taken the planters from whom the feed individuals of different breeds and was purchased en route. Their by mating them and continuing to beautiful red coats, their wounder-fu- l cross them produced a different type loins and hams, the latter coming and after the production of the full down to 'their hock joints, their type heralded our new production well sprung ribs and upright ears as a new breed. e gave them a and alert On the contrary our hogs have appearance. Their small, tapering heads indicated a scarcity of cheap ,been bred pure for seventy-fiv- e to that time for at meat. The big bone and straight years. Prior least a quarter of a century they had feet showed that they were able o been, bred more or Tess pure, if we carry flesh day after day and stand are to accept the statements of the up under it. They attracted at- men who originated them. New tention wherever they went and broughtj known blood was brought in only as it after they Avere was needed to get as near the desired more money than the other breeds of that were driven with them, and as type as possible. Originators the breed to which we call your at- - a resulting fact they become popular tention were large traders in their with those who owned and bred them, day, and they noticed and approved When the driving over these long the Red Hog. In addition to this journeys to the Southern "markets they had wonderful opportunity for came to an end, because of improved studying the hogs. In the long shipping facilities, these men who excursions to the South driving con- - has seen their superiority continued tinuously, and feeding as they went, to breed them on their farms. They the "Red Hog" led the way, and to found them prolific, good rustlers their surprise and amazement they and easily and quickly matured, would take on flesh faster than the After the passing of these men their other types that followed lazily be- - descendants and neighbors kept the hind, waiting, as it were, for their breed pure and for several genera- tions since have bred the Kentucky Red Berkshire along improved lines upon most of the farms in certain sections of Garrard, Madison and other counties. "i'szySi &"& . We who know them regard them y.. .. WMrca? " J .sJ"J r 3 Mfc ' r as the most practical for all purposes ' on the farm. While not widely j known by their winnings in the show ring, we still assert for them I that under the same treatment, same conditions and attention, they Bfflffr!P7'ioSg3gl--'C.yi- a will compare favorably with any other of the show breeds. Where hogs are raised only for the market the Kentucky Red Berkshire surCarry Stomach Joy passes any other breed known. The good mothers, kind and In Your Vest Pocket sows are disposition, they give plenty gentle in of rich milk for their young, which L. Penny Has Such Faith in This is attributable probably to their unusual fondness for grass and roots; Dyspepsia Remedy That He they are active and alert and for Guarantees It this reason seldom do injury to their rw nf th crrflfltest SUCCeSSeS in- i"Bs "yuponthem up uii men. ui uy m farrowing laying the sale of medicine has been achievr early development we believe the standard dyspep- ed by is an un- increasing that the sia remedy, and its sale is The pigs respond surpassed type so rapidly that G. L. Penny, the pop- to full feed and fatten at ular druggist, has hard work to keep any age desired The meat of the a stock on hand. It is very popular of matured hogs is very desir- with bankers, ministers, lawyers and.! able It has a rich flavor, firm and others whose business or prof ession fibre. These hams are sought keeps them closely confined, while "ne especially since the lean meat lies those who have brought on indigestion , on the inside without fat streaks and through irregular eating, worry or other causes have found relief in this reliable remedy. Mi-o-comes in tablet form and sold in a metal box especially deis signed for convenience in carrying the medicine in the pocket or purse. It is pleasant to take, gives quick relief and should help any case, no matter of how long a standing. This remedy has been so uniformly successful that Mr. Penny wilUn future under a positive guaran-- j sell tee to refund the money if it should wide-awak's.-- - " Within the last few years, sin we have been breeding these J1U for show purposes, we. have selen A aI J if n ta A lf 4 A A KU lruiiL uui injury, uuiy tiiuac nu . vmuais tnat nave coniormeaiV rn 11 rt tu n.. .....I.. a nearly us puaaiuie i uui ouuiuui perfection. These standards ate of A jowl that is light, neat, firm and tanerincr from the neck to a point with the face nearly straight, medium widtty between the eyes and a short neck tapering from the shoulder to the head; shoulders deep, full and well in line with the back, sides straight from shoulder to ham with ribs well sprung at top and bottom; belly straight and full, devoid of grossness; flank full and 'running nearly on a line with the sides; back straight, slightly arched, with medium breadth and with nearly uniform thickness from shoulders to hams and full at the loins with a chest deep, large and roomy; girth extending down even with line of belly and rump; the latter slightly rounded from loin to root of tail; ears of medium length, narrow cheeks, not full; legs of medium length set squarely under body; short pasterns, short toes and firm; color from deep red to a pale red; white face and knees acceptable. It might not be out of place for me to mention that in the '60s and early '70s Owsley & Company were large pork packers in Louisville and handled many thousand hogs each season. It was their custom to come first to Garrard county for their purchases, and a majotjty of them came from this county. Soyle Owsley, a member of the firm, always paid 25 cents a hundred pounds more for a bunch of the Red Berkshires than the highest market quotations of other breeds. He claimed that they were bettejr, that they killed out better, that they lost less in the killing than other breeds and in this fact we have no hesitancy in saying that our observation proves this to be true. M v . . i w JAMES C. STONE, President JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Vice President THOMAS H. SLATER, Secretary & Treasurer Central House, D. W. Scott, Manager, Phone 791. Planters House, J. Leslie Knight, Manager, Phone 704 Lexington House No. 1 John L. Buckley, Phone 3332 Lexington House No. 2 and George M. Ballard, Mgrs., Phone 7 9. WHY YOU SHOULD SELL IN LEXINGTON: Because it is the biggest market in the world. Because all large manufacturers have their redrying plants here. Because all smaller manufacturers buy through brokers on this market. Because we have 39 licensed buyers on the Lexington market. Because the Lexington market has averaged for the past five years $1 .50 to $3.00 per hundred above the entiie average of the state Because it takes you 2 months of hard work to raise a crop. Why not take a d or two longer to sell it on the Biggest and Best Market in the world? Don't take anybody's word for it come and see for yourself and be convinced. We have a sale every day in one or more of our houses. As to the prices we are getting and the way we look after your to bacco ask anyone who has sold with us we will stand by anything they say about us and solicit your trade on that basis. Grade for grade, we believe the market is fully as strong as it has been at any time this season, and we are making some high crop averages, but the general average of the entire market gives you a more correct idea as to how tobaccos are selling. 8,338,035 pounds has already been sold up to date at an average of $1 0.22. We advise you to bring your tobacco on and sell it as soon as you 1 1 1 can. OUR MOTTO IS: PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden. We have NO agents. Get our FREE catalogue. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, 80-- tf Lexington, Ky. M'KINNEY Dr. J. B. Smith, who has been ill with thegrip, is able to be out. Mrs. Bessie Davidson is sick with INCORPORATED Fruit and Shade Trees, Shrubs, TREES. the grip. "Uncle George" Craig is a grip victim, too. '". v TH-few 4iT" utt A7mWl - AWtW 'T jrf J v mJ"- s &? X X uiiB Mi-o-n- a, Wly na Mi-o-- na Joe Newman, who has been an apDON'T KNOW. prentice foreman under Wm. Den- MANY PEOPLE ' A sluggish liver can cause a per- ham on the Q. & C. railroad for three die. Mr. Harry Cook spent Sunday son an awful lot of misery. Spells months, has returned to his home at W. W. BURGIN of dizziness, headaches, constipation Essex, 111. with home folks. DENTIST. and biliousness are sure signs that Mr. Grover Watts is able to be out Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays Dr. Grider is suffering from an ulhelp. Take Dr. vour liver needs again, after aysevere attack of the at Crab Orchard. King's New Life Pills and see how cerated tooth. up the whole system. they help tone Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Miss Eva Reynolds was the guest grippe. Fine for the stomach too. Aids di- of Miss Myrtle Montgomery the past Mr. Irvin Roberts spent the week at Stanford. gestion. Purifies the blood and end with Will and Grover Watts. Office in Lincoln Bank Building week. clears the complexion. Only 25c, at Miss Maggie DeBord spent SunWe are sorry to say that it will be your Druggist. two more weeks until the school day evening with Mrs Lizzie Camponly here closes. Profs. Hopkins and bell. COST OF STATE AID WORK. HARRY JACOBS Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Watts are having been Moser certainly have given splendid Dealer In Considerable interest sick list. recon- satisfaction and they wilf be missed bath on the manifested in the cost of the Mr. Fred Bailey arrived here after Fine Monumental Work struction of the Crab Orchard pike by everyone, the young ladies as well a years vacation in Chicago. Cemetery Hill, Stanford, Ky. under the State Aid plan, County as the pupils. They have done a Mrs. Anna Webber and husband Phone 164. Closed on Saturday fine work while here. InRoad Engineer Riffe and State Mrs. Willie Denham is suffering and two children, from Indiana, spector Carson made out an exact have been visiting relatives at this Day Phone 95 Night Phone 186 itemized list of expenditures, which a bad tooth. We hear that Mr. Cleo Thomas has place. wpre as follows: JNO. M. CASEY, D. V. M. Misses Myrtle and May Johnson G0.81 j ben charge of the bank here. $ Veterinary Surgeon Excavation Mr. Clarence Toombs has moved called on Miss Ollie Owens, Wednes- Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College 70.20 Engine Tractor ruiuB aiuu. 114.75 (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) "e upbiaus ui Mr. Will Clarkson day evening. Watts called on Miss Roller Engine ...- Mr. Will CtnnOliUHlCl O 11UUJV Vltllirh owvOffice: Burton's Stable VJUOllJUllg '""B" Ada Floyd Sunday evening. Lancaster, Kentucky . 18S.85 has also taken rooms at the same (671.0 cu. yds.) Mr. Edd Bailey was here to see hotel. , ,. 17.61 Grading and ditching n, 1 Master Edward Denham says he .relatives, ounaay, Hauling rough stone (671.0 and Mrs. Miss Macie DeBord 265.65 hopes the party who "borrowed" his cu. yds.) Mary Bailey were in town shop- - The Joseph Price Sanatorium duck one night last week, from his stone crushed Hauling hen house will bring it back and he ping last week. STANFORD, KY. 267.90 (1,942.0 cu. yds.) 7.61 is patiently waiting for its return. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Supt. Laying drain pipe DR. BELL'S Spawling Telford (671.0 cu. For your cold, for your cough, for Located on Highcation. Skilful as85.83 yds.) your feverish throat, nose and head, sistants; aseptic rooms, beds, furniSpreading crushed stone FAMILY AVOIDS ture and operating outfit. The best Bell's Dr. use 50.20 (1,942.0 cu. yds.) Honey soothes the irritation, Pine-T- of food, nursing, fresh air and sun- 33.49 Spreading screenings cuts the phlegm, thus relieving shine, heat and ventilation; massage; Unloading crushed stone SERIOUS SICKNES5 congestion. Pine Tar also acts as hydrotherapy and hot air baths and 138.69 (1,942.0 cu. yds.) an antiseptic, as a result general electrotherapy. Watering road vfor binding 125.40 Physicians of Lincoln and adjoinrelief follows. Breathing becomes 27.15 Incidental easier and further inflammation is ing counties invited to bring their pa Constantly Supplied With arrested. Insist on Dr. Bell's 31.75 By Being Stripping quarry treat It is an ideal treat- tients, operate and Office them and 113.15 Foreman charge for same. in Lincoln Thedford's Black-Draugh-ts ment. Price 25c. 10.00 Grader Foreman County National Bank building; 34.72 Drill Runner ALL ABOUT THE LEGISLATURE. hours from 8 to 12 A.M., 2, 4,8 P. M. ' 92.90 Coal THE. STATE JOURNAL McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several Surgery, diseases of eye, nose, ear, 44.55 years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ol Blacksmith work of Frankfort, Six Issues per Week. throat, gynecology, genito-urinar- y Hardware, small tools, dy this place, "with sick headache, and Only Daily Paper at State Capital. organs, rectum and skin. No conta127.13 stomach trouble. namite, caps, fuse From now until April 1, 1916 for 50 gious diseases admitted. Glasses preTen years ago a friend told me to try 125.70 Miscellaneous account which I did, cents, less than 5 cents a week. No scribed when necessary. Thedford's Freight on 1,942.0 cu. yds. and I found it to be the best family medi- other paper will have as large a staff crushed stone, Mt. Vercine for young and. old. of reporters as The State Journal to Send In 489.00 ht on hand all the cover the present session. I keep non to Stanford If you Sine now, and when my children feel a 1,942.0 cu. yds. crushed posted on all features dose, and il want to keep 971.00 iltle bad, they ask me for a any medicine stone, at 50c per yd of news at the State Capital, this is does them more good than ever tried. they your chance. Keep in touch with 3,494.05 never have a long spell of sick-ie-ss State politics and see what your Rep- We Materials Furnished by Lin-coin our family, since we commenced resentatives are doing. Send all sub- -' h i jsing county: ht Thpdford's is oureh scriptions to The Interior Journal, HIGHEST PRICES PAID 18-ivitri28 lineal feet vegetable, and has been found to regu-at- e Stanford, Ky. Remittance Mailed os Dax 12.88 fied clay pipe weak stomachs, aid digestion, Shipment is Received 565 feet bridge timber, at colic, wind, nausea, indigestion, REXIAI No Commission to Pay 14.12 headache, sick stomach, and similar $25.0.0 per M. .I'. symptoms. 600 feet bridge flooring at Write for Price List and Shipping Tags It has been in constant use for more 12.00 20.00 per M than 70 years, and has benefited more 6.00 .ban a million people. 12 gal. steam cylinder oil M. Sabel & Sons 3.60 gal. bearing oil ..:. 12 druggist sells and recommends Your REMEDY FOR MEN. Incorporated Eitaekaeil 15SS Price only 25c. 'Get a AT YOUR DRUGGIST. LOUISVILLE, KY. . B N. c 123 ?3,542.65 package y. 1 Quite a number in this community PROFESSIONAL AND are suffering with cold and grippe-Bor- n BUSINESS CARDS to the wife of L. P. Cook, a twelve pound girl, which was given the name Myrtle. T. W. PENNINGTON, Mrs. Oscer Vanhook is suffering DENTIST severely with the grip. Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. Miss Lena Taylor has returned to Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 her home at Mt., Vernon after a few days visit to relatives here. Mrs. T. D. Williams and family are J. B. PERKINS visiting her mother at this place. DENTIST. Word received here on the 5th by 28-2Lincoln Bank Building J. W. Rambo stated that his brother Rooms Phone 214. STANFORD, KY. in North Carolina, is expected to 9, MAYWOOD V i. PINE-TAR-HONE- Y. Pine-Tar-Hon- ar Pine-Tar-Hon- Black-Draug- ht, 2-- 12 Black-Draug- That Dollar! in Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draug- id 1 n. re-.ie- ve Slack-Draug- ht. kT to-da- rr , - . 9 - r The Interior Journal, Stanford," Kentucky: Friday, January feeding cattle during the wiriter months a sufficient quantity of corn, so that they will be in an advanced, d condition by the time M they are turned into the pasture, about the first of May, leaving no M doubt of their grazing good and fat M for J.uly, August or September marM ket? Nine times out of ten this is M the best tfme in the year for selling ..ur grass cattle, being the time when the western corn belt states have M marketed their winter and spring fed M cattle, and before the western range M .cattle season starts. M One gentleman who disposed of a nice quality lot of cattle in the past ! m month at an unsatisfactory price, caT in cTf.rt ing pains said to me: "Hereafter I shall feed M or the tamily irom youth to old age, are lessened w my cattle better in the winter and y when you use this old and remedy have them ready for the summer M market, so that I will be in a position M M to 'shoot the bear as soon as he, m comes out of the woods ' " M The great, trouble the cattle trade m H in Kentucky had the past year was W the poor and unsatisfactory condiM tion cattle were marketed in. With m few exceptions, their percentage of Wt dressing out was the lowest and the . Rheumatism m most unsatisfactory for many years. All this has been caused by not feedMothers: "Keep a bottle in your home" corn durV ing a sufficient amciuns of Conditions Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 ing the winter months. Q in 'the past few, years have steadily grown worse, beginning with the advent of the silo. Those that have of much interest to every farmer silos, scarcely feeding little if any WEIL TALKS ON corn, and, of course, cattJe wintered who handles cattle of any sort. Mr. on silage principally, with just a litFEEDING STEERS Weil's paper was as follows: meal added, can nevtle coton-see- d The year just ended will remain er graze fat. I know some of my a memorable one history of friends will say: "Why do silage-fe- d Interesting Observations of Big the cattle trade. in the The year started cattle marke a fair gain if they Lexington Buyer At Farmers' with extremely low prices for the don't fatten?" The answer is they first five months; then came record grow bigger as they grow older hence Meeting Last Week high prices, for grass cattle during the gain, but they efpn't get fat, June, July, August and September, causing their miserab'e dressing perDuring Farmers' Week at Lexing- steadily declining prices finishing the centage. Not only has the silage ton last week, Jonas Weil, the big year at the low point of the season, feeder failed to produce good fat and well known cattle buyer and causing big losses to every one un- cattle or' grass but he had his in feeder, read a very interesting pa- fortunate enough to have cattle for uuenea on ibovj feeder? of cattle per on the cattle trade during the sale. Shall not this costly experience that have no silos and are still feedyear, with some observations on teach the cattle feeders of Kentucky ing corn through the winter. When lesson of preparing and the corn feeder saw the inexpensive feeding cattle for market, which was the oft-tol- d method by which his silage neighbor carried cattle throught he winter he also reduced his feed bills, feeding I only half enough corn. Right here I blame the cattle buyers, as they pay as much for half fat grass cattle as they would pay wintered-gras- s cattle; for corn-fehence the letting up of good feeding by the corn feeder. These half-fa- t, good grass cattle, dressper cent, have fifty to fifty-thre- e ing 1 orought the entire fat cattle industry in Kenucky into disrepute. It is the main cause of bringing about the three per cent shrinkage method into Kentucky. The packers, buying cat1 to tle in the west, dressing fifty-si- x sixty-tw- o per cent in comparison to good' ones, puts us into our Our supply of Hemp Seed is so limited, a very undesirable class, and as one head buyer of a large concern recentwe can only furnish seed to those conly said to me: "I would just as soon have Colorado rangers as Kentucky grass cattle." tracting the cut crop to us. Call on C. Cattle having a low dressing per-! centage are necessarily considered of poor quality, and can only command Hays Foster, Lincoln Bank Building and poor prices. If we are to command good and satisfactory prices, both at learn our prices. . home and on the market, we must make our cattle good and Useful, or else the time will come when we can not sell them at home at satisfactory prices, and whenever the time comes that Kentucky cattle will have to be shipped to market from $3 to $5 per head will be wasted in comparison to our present method of selling direct from pasture qr feed lot to the slaughter houses of the large eastern PARIS, KENTUCKY cities. When I refer to a difference of 3 to $5 a head, I have in mind I .added freight, stockyards charges, Mi 14, 1916. HIGHLAND Page Three ftMftftKMMMMftXXMB M good-freshe- I g IWi others ?ui trust-worth- ft ft' ft ft Bruise Sloan's Liniment ffj LJ r ImG ff 9 "As 4 k As a L light, raSgL Feather" "Talk about fluffy, Neuralgia 3 a ft ft S ft tempting and wholesome Jelly Rolls, Cakes,Biscuitsandother good thinss! My! but f I 8 BftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftMftftftftftH I CALUMET BAKING POWDER certainly beats the band for sure results for purity, economy and wholesome bakings. Tell your mother to try Calumet Baking Pow der on the meney-bac- k guarantee. a Vk V Reccivec Higheit Awards Kna Cui E:tl frit Stt Slit in riani Can. fNOT MABESVThSTSS'S'Lg! K We m ft. oi Bl JS 'STT'S p Hl-- IB 4W C 57SRP mm kits i" KJ " HI There was a pie supper at this place Saturday night and all reported a good time. j Miss Lillie Hall Tias returned" to her work at Stanford, after a few 50 Cent Bottle (32 Doses) days visit with her home folks. . Mr. Hardin Young of this place has gone tu Barbourville where he Just because you start the day worried will attend school. and tired, stiff leg3 and arms and muiicles. head, burninp and bearing dowu Mr. Joe Carrier is still improv- an acnin?the back worn out before the day nains In begins do not ing after a lingering spell of that condition. think you have to stay la Those sufferers who are in and out. of. typhoid fever and his many friends bed half a dozen times at night will aphope to see 'him out in a few days. preciate the rest, comfort and strength our treatment every form- of Mr. John Logan Baugh is still on bladder trouble,gives. Forpains, or weak-ces- s, scalding ( its action is really wonderful. the sick list. Be strong, well and vigorous, with no The people here are in deep more pains from stiff joints, sore 'muscles,1 rheumatic suffering, aching back, or kidsympathy with Mrs. McKinzey, ney or bladder troubles. j The Williams Treatment conquers,, whose husband died a few days ago. and. diseases, rheumatism and Mrs. T. D. Williams and family are all uric bladdertroubles, no matter how acid chronic or stubborn. If yon have never visiting relatives at Maywood. nsed The WJIHams Treatment, we will give, Miss Pearl Cook spent a night with one 50c. bottle (22 doses) for your own uao g or Contains no Miss Myrtle Johnson before she free. drug. Does notalcohol the heart. affect JSend this notice with your name and went to Maywood. 10c. help a pay to and address, expenses, distribution to Thow Dr. The many friends regret to learn Company, Dept. 2530D that Misses Myrtle and May John- D. A. Williams Block. East Hampton, New Post Office parcel post a Yon will son are to move north with their Conn. 50c. bottle receive by without charge (32 doses), regular Incurring any obligations.' One parents. and without' ouly to a family or address. Miss Minnie Young is still on the bottte sick list. Mr. Harry Cook of Dicks River COUGHS AND COLDS spent the end of Christmas week Quickly Relieved at this place. Mr. Hollis Young of Pinckard, (Often preventing Pneumonia), by our spent a few days with his mother, here. Tureoleum Gintzneni Mr. John Rogers will soon move also an efficient and prompt remedy his family into their new home for Aches and Pains of the joints, which has been repaired for them. Rheumatism, Lumbago, Backache, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Young gave a Sprains, Bruises, Sore Sluscles, and dinner to the boys and girls of Pleurisy, and all other Achesevery Pains; should be handy m this place in honor of their child- home. Will be mailed Parcel Post ren who are going away. to any address upon receipt of price, Mrs. J. W. Rambo visited her 35c for trial size, or $1.00 for large family size; by the sole manufacdaughter during the holidays. Mr. Pat Baugh of McKinney, has turers, E. M. DROZO.CO., Box 238, Sta. B., Cleveland, been visiting his brother, Mr. J. S. Baugh of this place. Uucle Mart Reed is staying in Small Farm For Sale close during this changeable weather. The S. R. Jones tract of about The people of this place are in ; 65 acres in Slilledgeville. It is in a sympathy with Sir. and Sirs. Will l fine state of cultivation, containing Craig Young over the death of a frame residence of 6 rooms and outbuildings. Lee A. their little child who died a few i all necessary R. Jones, Chas. Jones, S. B. Jones, weeks ago. This makes two in the Slilledgeville, Ivy., .Toe E. Wright, last six months. 86-- tf Shelby City, Ky. DRIC AGID SOLVENT FREE - -- kidney hablt-form-In- ; Swamp Root Saves Kidney Sufferers You naturally feel secure when you know that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, Notice! silage-wintere- d, dj so-call- ed Hemp rower 1 Mwmw lv r ill Jill the great kidney, liver and bladdev remedy, is cbi.olutely pure and contains no harmful or habit so-call- ed Cheap and big canEckingPowders do not save you money. Calmnet does it's Pure and far superior to scur milk and soda. producing drugs. The same standard of purity, strength and excellence, prescribed by Dr. Kilmer many years ago, is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. TO THE PUBLIC. represent tne largest and best clothinc house in this country E J V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantace over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. Tu will get the worth of your money, either in tho cheapest grades or the higher priced. My FALL and WINTER line of mpie uie now reedy xnr your Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY. t?ie Practical Tailotf I made-to-order m commissions and feed bill, including shrinkage while in transit. It is not my intention to offer or lay down any rule to feed cattle. But one things is positive, that no good fat cattle can be produced off grass unless they have at least been fed from six to eight barrels of corn through the winter months. Now in order nott to be misunderstood about silage, I wish to say that I believe that silage has a place in beef production, and that good fat cattle can be made economically when fed silage, plenty of corn and cotton-see- d E. F. SPEARS & SON meal. I further believe that young thin cattle can be wintered on silage to advantage, but I will state again, that cattle principally fed on silage through the winter will not graze fat and can only be made good fat cattle by feeding corn in the fall. Now, in conclusion, I will say it is not my intention to criticise any one's method of feeding, nor do I intend to advise every one to feed the same kind or sell at the same time, but to advise to feed cattle better and make them more useful, and, remember, it can not be done with concrete and machinery it takes corn to,make good fat cattle. Let us resolve to do better 'in the future and recover the prestige which Kentucky formerly held as a producer of good fat cattle. J. Miller, of Kirksville, Mo., sold to Mr. Harris, of Lee's Sum mit, Mo., the stallion, acudder's jreavmc Gees, by All Peavine, by Rex Peavine. His dam being the noted matron, Katherine Hugueley, by Chester Dare 10, and he is a product of Dick Scudder's Peavine Farm at S. two-year-o- is scientifically compounded from vegetable herbs. It is not a stimulant and is taken in doses. It i? not recommended for everything. According to verified testimony it is nature's great helper in relieving and overcoming kidney, liver and bladder troubles. If you suffer, don't delay another day. Go to your nearest druggist now and get a bottle. All drug stores sell it in two sizes fifty cents and one dollar. However, if you wish to try this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention the Stanford Interior Journal. 1234 Swamp-Ro- ot tea-spoon- ful Lmmma-M- w Mitttwt z Thnt'n whsre nroflta drn In ithfwn j raislnir. bnt ion cannot tret the big profits unless you keep your animals free from worms. ; v-- Tip .' Merm Waat-Mm- rm i:-- wia c I WF Posted Against Hunting We, the undersigned, hereby absolutely forbid, under penalty of the law, any hunting or fisnlng upon our premises: Mrs. George W. Logan. ?? - will positively clean out the worms, not only In your ehecp. but In every other animal on your place. This wonder work Inff remedy trill destroy and expel every Iact worm, leaving tne animal free to digest and assimilate every ounce of food it eats. Sal-V- et Is a wonderful tonic and ran. . ., 1 lqAtn. r. ..... .lt.i uiiiuuer. jLh cubio uu rbuiatcuh a uuyjn per ceaa 10 ieea. trrzz Sal-- Ve t is manul'vttured by tne S. R. Fell C'omnanv. Cleveland, O. M"! v. . . .a Sal-V- at kj Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WENTER PLAYGROUNDS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. IB WINTER TOURIST TICKETS LONG RETURN LIMIT, John B. Anderson.Geo. L. Sudduth Jas. McCormack. J. H. Thompson. .T. W. Baughman J. E. Bruce. J. F. Thompson; F. L. Thompson; Mrs Mattie H. Hewes Jas. Smith. J. Frank Smith. Is aecf y E. T. Pence, Jr. Prevents and Cures STOP OVERS. H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, W. A. BECKLER,, General Passenger Agent, ----- FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE - Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio ifl BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY mtsmsM-2M- Florida Travel there on the "St. Louis Special' equipped with Oet full information and fares from the Local Southern Agent, or write to B. H.Te4d, District Passeag er Agent,LisvilIe, Ky. JiiWL. PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH , ld ' It destroys disease germs, regulates the bowels, aids digestion and causes hoes to fatten quickly. Use it in the feed and drink and vonr hogs vill never have cholera. Costs only 5c. a month for each hog. Don't wait until they get sick. Begin giving your hogs this medicine now and keep them free from worms and disease. At AH Druggists. BOUBBON REMEDY COMPANY. Lcxlajton. Xy. CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. NEW STANFORD DRUG COMPANY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. The Southern Railway is the direct Columbia, Savannah, Summer-villand other southern resorts. line to Asheville, Aiken, Augusta.Char-lesto- n, e J. F. Dannenhold, electric lighted steel coaches and through drawing room sleeping. cars to Jacksonville and Asheville. New dining car .service. In addition, drawing room sleeping cars from Asheville to Jacksonville insures every comfort for trip through "The Land of the Sky", the only scenic route to Florida. Very low homeseekers' fares and winter tourist fares now in effect. Stopover and other special features. McKinney,s Ky. J. F. Dannenhold, Jr. George Twyman, Pres. & Treas. Secretary MAIN STREET TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Incorporated Vice-President , Wmmmm ii RHEUMATISM ARRESTED Many people suffer the tortures of lame muscles and stiffened joints because of impurities in the blood, and each succeeding attack seems more acute until rheumatismhasinvadedthewholesystem. To arrest rheumatism s quite as important to improve your general health aa to purify your blood and the cod liver oil r, inScott'sEmulsion is nature'sgreat 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 substitutes. it-iblood-make- MAIN STREET HOUSE Strictly Independent. Dannehold & Co., Proprietors. E. Corner Main & Twelfth Street, LouUville, Ky. Storage Four 'Months Free of Ckarge Best Light. in City. Auction Sales Daily. Best Inspection. Returns Promptly Made. MARK YOUR .HOGSHEADS MAIN STREET HOUSE AUTOMOBILE GIVEN AWAY BY US Write-far ' Particulars 1124-1132yS. dBBMffFfP'i Mi". s tii Southern Railway v - -- E3BI Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; Friday, January 14, 1916. The Interior Journal & ? No Doubt" ' v S. M. Saufley. 11.00 A TEAR ......Publisher STRICTLT IN ADVANCE Women Shrink From Modesty Bear Grievous Ailments Rather Than Make Condition Known The subject of complaints pec,u- liar to women is a delicate one, yet it is a plain duty to let these sufferers know that most of the derangements from which they suffer are due primarily to nervous debility. Many a suffering woman, influenced by shrinking modesty, has borne this grievous condition without complaint rather than make a personal appeal. When women say: "I am all run down, so nervous and weak," that means they are victims of the modern malady. Such women, and they are a legion tin every community, suffer from headaches, backaches, loss of appetite and sleeplessness. Their spirits are always depressed and their lives are not the normally happy ones of their more fortunate sisters. Often, too, there are spells of nausea, weakness or even fainting that make them feel insecure and to wonder when they will be embarrassed, or even in danger, because of their condition. For such suffering women, Tanlac the tonic, tissue builder, appetizer and invigorant, is ideal. Tanlac builds up the system, promotes digestion and proper assimilation of food, vitalizes the blood and brings back healthy color tothe cheeks and real sparkle to the eyes. Tanlac may now be obtained in Stanford at the Penny Drug Store, where its merits are fully explained. Some of your friends who have joined Entered at the postogice at Stanford clots mail mdtler at tecond EVERY MAN has the right to wear the kind and style of clothes he most prefers, but in justice to himself he should not lose sight of the fact that garments with the character and dignity of Our LANDIS Christmas Savings Club are saving their money to buy presents for you ARE YOU using the same foresight and precaution? Don't let the holidays come and find you unprepared. Have the Money to enjoy Christmas as you like to enjoy it. Make it a Address all communications to The Interior connected not to tome individual with the papjr. No matter iow inrpcrtant they may be, unsigned and anonymous communications to 'Hie Interior Journal, are ignored. The name (l the sender :s wanted as an evidence of pood faith and not for publication. If you havn something you want to appear in, Jhe Interior Journil, you must, sign your name to it. The Interior journal charges for otitu-urieof resolutions of lespect and cards thanks. The rite is fire cents a, line. one of the largThe Interior Journal has est job printiag establishments in . central Kentucky and vill be glad to figure with anyone on any kind of printing. Journal s, $1.50 A YEAR will be the price of tne Interior Journal in the future when a subscription is not paid for a year in advance. X great many subscriptions expired on January 1st. Bring in your dollar at once or send it in, and save fifty cents. No exceptions will be made to this price. The I. J. is now $1.50 a year to all who do not pay their subscriptions for a year in advance. Mrs. Cora Wilson Collegian Clothes will be a great aid in the battle for success. It m,akes no difference in what mold Nature has cast you, whether Sure Thing BECOME A MEMBER AT ONCE You can easily keep up the small weekly payments in one or more classes. WE INVITE YOU. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, No. 5132 KENTUCKY categorical denial made in the Courier-Journthat she had spent about $2,000 of the state's money when there was no' legal justification for it. Mrs. Stewart shows that the money complained of, was spent by state officers and not by herself, and that she has paid out large sums from her own pocket to promote the moonlight schools movement. Mrs. Stewart evidently has Judge J. S. Owsley and W. P. the right on her side and she makes Grimes were in Corbin on business , her accusers look like 30 cents in Wednesday. her statement. al Stewart gave to the charge your build be unusually stout or slim, you are assured of a perfect fit when you buy a COLLEGIAN Today's Best Bargains The law of compensation seems to be working very evenly in the The People's Market Place Advertise What You Wave to Sell case of Mat Cohen, newly elected commissioner of agriculture. Mat LOST. Two auto chains. Reward married a handsome and rich widow for return to this office. last week and this week the Federation of Labor in session at 'LouisFOR SALE A folding bed, in ville is giving him the dickens begood shape and at a bargain. Apply cause he did not consult it about the REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP The perfectly tailored Overcoats and Suits we are showing are the kind you should wear. Exceptional Value At THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at close of business, Dec. 31, 1915 RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except those shown on b) U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to secure $372,639.45 32.96 100,000.00 Overdrafts, unsecured , $ 3,000.00 postal savings deposits Bonds and other securities pledged as "collateral for State, or other deposits or bills payable 27,600.00 (postal excluded) Subscription to stock of Federal Re$12,100.00 serve Bank 6,050.00 Less amount unpaid Value of banking house (if unencumbered Furniture and fixtures . C Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank Net amount due from approved reserve agents 544.03 $ in New York, Chicago and St. Louis Net amount due from approved reserve agents .' 8,231.26 in other reserve cities Net amount due from banks and bankers (other than included in 10 or 11) Other checks on banks in the same city or town as report- ing bank 1,193.98 Outside checks and other cash items 199.87 Fractional currency, nickels, and cents Notes of other national banks Federal Reserve notes Coin and certificates Legal-tendnotes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. er 30,600.00 6,050.00 10,250.00 500.00 6,511.49 , 2tf appointment of the State Labor In- at this office. spector, which it claims he agreed to do. Mat will learn that in the game CUT Flowers and wreaths at all of politics it's just one little, thing times. Phone 260. Ed Hubbard, 101-t- f after another. Stanford, Ky. The Bull Moose will hold their naSEE the new models in Spirella tional convention in Chicago at the Corsets before buying your Spring same time the standpatters do. Looks garment. "Miss Ella May Saunders, more and more like Teddy is getftng Stanford, Ky. 3- xeauy yj grau uuui iiumuutuuiis turn run away with them, Here's hoping No. FOR SALE. Nine he does. Tol Timberlake, 1 mare mules. Moreland, Ky. NEWS OF CHURCHES 3-- 2p $15.00, $17.50, $20.00 and $25.00 McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD . KENTUCKY ' 8,775.29 8,309.04 144.11 1,393.85 1,080.00 160.00 14,851.50 2,037.00 5,000.00 $568,334.69 Treasurer . ' . '- t Total ." ' -- " ! '. lL... $100,000.00 Capital stock paid in 100,100.00 Surplus . Fund . $ 1,500.00 Undivided profits 1,714.32 for taxes ,, i. costs 3,223.29 8.97 t . Resered . 97,800.00 Circulating notes outstanding ' 4,464.83 Due io banks and bankers (others than included in 28 or 29 ' Demand Deposits: 193,315.38 Individual deposits subject to check 12,520.00 Ajl..'.Certificafes of. deposit due in less than 3Q days ..,. 664.97 , .... Postal savings deposits Total demand deposits, Items 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, and 39, $206,500.35 Time Deposits (payable after 30 days, or subject to 00 days or more notice) : 17,708.72 Certificates of deposit Total of time deposits, Items 40, 41 and 42, $17,708.72 2,537.50 Rediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank ' ' Bills payable, including obligations representing money bor- 36,000.00 rowed v.tf..X.--&-- - ws LIABILITIES . for'-cour- . Services both morning and evening at the Baptist cnurch Sunday at the usual hours. All are invited. Methodist church Sunday: Sunday schol at 9:30; preaching service at 10:45: subject' "Satan hindered us." Epworth League 6:30 P. M.; preach, ing at 7: The Rules. church, Sunday, f an. Presbyterian 16: At the morning service o'clock Mr. R. K. Axson will make an address on the work of the Presbyterian orphan homes and the mountain schools. Evening service at 7; C. E. meeting at. 6:30: topic: How 'to work to win others, lsa. 41:7. Sunday school 9 :30 A. M. Services at the Christian church Sunday, January 16: Sunday school 9:30 A. M.; preaching 10:45 and 7; C. E. meeting 6:15. The team has been selected and thorough preparation made for the Every Member canvass on Sunday afternoon. All members of the church are requested to remain at their homes until the canvassers come. D. M. Walker. FOR SALE A good fresh Jersey at a bargain. W. D. Gover, 4 Stanford, Ky. cow 4-- WHAT ABOUT A PAIR of GUM BOOTS? WE HAVE THE WANTED A mare, must be young, sound and good worker. Call or write C. W. Dunn, King's Mountain, Ky. 4-- lp Ball Band FOR MEN AND BOYS atll FOR SALE Two fresh No. 1 Jersey cows; one high grade roan bull calf, 8 months old, ready for service. W. R. Qaines, Crab Orchard. 3-- 3t W.E. PERKINS, - Crab Orchard -- B Two beautiful Mahogany Pianos, like new; fine tone; bargains, $125 each, cash. Address B. Greenup, 617 S. 2nd street, Louis, ville, Ky. ;8 3-- FOR SALE. GO TO- - T. D. NEWLAND'S Opposite the Court-Hous- e, SEE HERE! ANYONE having va farm or city property for sale place It In the hands of J. R. Harris at First National Bank, Stanford, Ky. 95tf FRESH GROCERIES Try a Gallon of thafc Open Kettle New Orleans Mo j. Total $568,334.69 State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: bank do solemnly swear I, W. 31. Bright, Cashier of the above-name- d above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 'that the &-... W. 31. BRIGHT, Cashier A Akf .. & Subscribed and sworn to before Correct Attest : . R. L. HUBBLE, me this 8th day of January, 1916. fc W. W. SAUNDERS, Notary Public J. B. PAXTON, G. W. CARTER, Directors More Cold Weather COMING Winter Is Just Getting Started Prepare for It by Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL rafHB L,.7.1 1 tw:,PM 1 3c at Yard 4c Delivered J. H. tir It BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUfcKY . . . I V FOR SALE A few genuine buff Do You Want Your Kidneys Experilasses and a Box of Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Ismented On? land Red Cockerels for sale also. Phoue No. 168. Mrs. R. H. Crow, Shelby City, or Kidney troubles are getting more tf common every day. Government Stanford, R. D., No. 2. bureau figures say deaths health more than from this cause are 72 BLACK BULL. I will stand a 20 years ago. t black Poll Angus bull at my farm on Anybody who suffers constant back- the Somerset pike to serve a limited ache, who feels blue, nervous and ir- number of cows at $1.50 at the gate. ritable; who has dizzy spells, head- C. W. Lovell. ache and urinary ?sorders sKould suspect kidney Weakness. OverWANTED worked kidneys must have a rest. help hand on position as foreman or farm; have had lots of Take things easier; live more care- farm experience of all kinds; will go fully. Take a good kidney remedy anywhere; besti of references; write or see A. E. Hallsted, Waynesburg, to build the kidneys up again. 3 be sure to get Doan's Kid- R. F. D. No. 4, Ky. But ney Pills the oldest, me most wideFOR SALE 3 Rockers, a nice ly used, the best recommended of Dresser, wooden bedstead and set all kidney pills, now in use all over the civilized world. Don't experi- of springs, nice dining table, homement with your kidneys. Thousands made kitchen cabinet, new 12x14 have already testet: Doan's. You drugget and a lot of other househave their experience to go by. Plen- hold and kitchen furniture at a Beazley & Co. M'Clary ty of cases right here in Stanford. bargain. See Ben Scanlon at telephone office. 4tf Here's one: B. Holderman, Stanford, says: "I used Doan's Kidney' Pills and they proved to be just as advertised. My kidneys were weak and I had back ache. Hearing Doan's Kidney Pills , highly, praised, I used them and they, Ab es&MlTe kbIc sehool relieved me.''. Opeq September 7th. Com-UNDERTAKER AND EUlALMER pleto courses InPlano.Voicft; 'Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't Violin. Organ. Cllo. Public. P.kMnl Wi4s auculj. D.. lkkw aw wmu. AND EMIALHEI simply ask for a kidney Temedy get moay. Tnnge. cUJftosla UNDERTAKER Jiwtery os JlBuv unjamDlB Kidney Pills the-- same that Doan's Flaytef ad 84f ht Reading.' Exckag4 far all Kmb ( Stock. hetfe rooIiBd lmUuggent.L. Qffltt PkMt 117. HM PIMM X Mr. Holderman had'. Foster-Mil-bur- n IMplomas toned. Artist aadstsdeat recital adraBtaf e. or eataiog aooreea uormitor? jot eitm. jthiiobiow. Co., Props., Buffalo. N. Yvr tTMIFlND. KENTUCKY. . MMNE . STANFtM. KY 4M. twJfHMt. Ky.' Utim Cumntlmrt 1-3-2p $ 1-- Lard Presses. Sausage Mills. Sausage Staffers, Butcher Knives, Sage, Pepper, Etc. Everything For Hog Killing. GEORGE H. FARRIS. J. C J. L ImasSe Cmsajdiorr KMask r The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 14,1916. . Rnwnn Kmiflpv sinrl fnmilv Vinirn , j j ....... f rented Miss .Liccie Beazley's cottage pn Main street until their home on Danville avenue, badly damaged by fire, is repaired. Page Five OLD-TIM- E Condensed Statement of r , Heard About Town AN NURSE I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Ky., Made December 31, 1915. Resources Loans, Stocks and l.:$251,446.97 Bonds U. S. Bonds 50,000.00 Liabilities Capital Stock $ 50,000.00, CURED Of Catarrh of the Stomach by Pcnina MRS. SELENA TANNER, Athens, Ohio. Oct. Sept. April ' The County Board of Supervisors who are in session at the court house 4 are reported to be giving some stiff raises to land owners in various parts J hi of? the county. A Banking House & other real estate Cash & dueifrbrrrn 9,482.85 46326120 Surplus earned Undivided profits Fund to pay taxes Circulation Deposits Bills payable 28,500.00 941.20 600.00 49,100.00 202, 1 14.82 ,J. W. Hayden, formerly of Stan- (ioTa, is one oi tne applicants lor tne postmsatership at Paris made vacant )y the death of Postmaster R. K. and his many friends "back home" hope he will be successful. Mc-Carn- ey, This Cure Dates From October 3, 1899. 3, 11, 1899 1904 1906 banks 26,000.00 Total Total... $357,256.02 $357,256.02 vfjkThe Bank declared 3 per cent, payable on demand j semi-annu- G. H. Masters, the well known local liveryman, has just returned from Cincinati where he bought a new closed carriage which he will soon put in service here for the benefit of his patrons. ' m We have paid taxes and expenses, declared payable on dedividend of will remain $941.20 to Unmand, and there divided Profits; and $600 to Fund for Taxes. The bank will pay 3 interest per annum, compounded January 1st, and July 1st, on Savings Accounts, and One Dollar ($1.00) will open an account. The bank also pays interest on Time Certificates. The Bank solicits accounts both small .and large, and from the young and old; and promises prompt and faithfuLattention to all J business intrusted to it. al 3, Wishing you a very Happy New Year, we are, very truly, J. S. HOCKER President S. T. HARRIS H. C. BAUGHMAN Vice-President Cashier :..!... er W. W. SAUNDERS, J. R. HARRIS - Bookkeeper The many friends of Hon. Rodman Keenon, of Harrodsburg, who has re cently become .Clerk of the Court of Appeals at Frankfort, are glad to know that he is making a splendid record. He is going about the tedious and careful work like an old timer. Danville Advocate. T My health is still good." I am still a friend of Peruna. Will be as long as I live. I keep it in the house all the time." 18, 1907 Dec. "I recommend Peruna so often that they call me the Peruna doctor. Peruna recommends itself when once tried." Dee. 27, 1908 "I still tell everybody I can that Peruna is the best medicine in the world." Aug. 15, 1909 "Peruna saved my life years ago. I still talze it when I have a cold." 4, 1910 Jan. "I was threatened with pneumonia. Peruna saved me." 17, 1912 May "I am glad to do anything I can for Peruna." May 6, 1914 "I have always been a nurse. Peruna has helped me in my work more than all other medicines." Mar. 22, 1915 "I have divided my bottle of Peruna with people many times. It always helps." The above quotations give a vague glimpse of the correspondence we have had with Mrs. Tanner since 1899. Our files, which cover twenty-fiv- e years, include mzny similar correspondents. Peruna. "Yes, 23, After taking1 Peruna I have a good appetite." "I can assure you that I am still a friend of "Catarrh of the stomach. Was nearly starved. -- . John C. Robinson, S. T. Harris, C. R. Coleman, J. S. Hocker, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid, Wm.! Beck, H. C. Baughnvxn, J. M. Pettus, W. G.v Gooch, J. C. Eubanks, Directors. Dr. G. G. Perry, who has been J. F. Hill continues on the sick list. Dr. J. F. Peyton is down with the quite ill of pneumonia at his home, grip this week. some better today. is "Mrs. Samantha Hubble has been Mrs. Joseph Coffey was very ill Mrs. J. I. Wilmo t continues very several days. early in the week but is somewhat ill at their home near Hubble. on the sick list for Jack Rout was laid up several days Allen Ray Evans and Walter Ows- improved now. Hon. and Mrs. Ben B. King, of this week with grip. ley, of Hustonville, were in town on Both Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bruce are Moreland, have gone to Florida to business a short time Wednesday. confined to their home with grip. spend the balance of the winter. Both Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays are Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Fields, ofi Miss Annette Wray, of Danville, just getting over the effects of the Hustonville, spent Thursday in the has been the guest of friends heer. Mrs. J. S. Rice is in Cave CUy, the Clerk George B. Cooper city. M. Bright, of the Lin- guest of her mother, Mrs. Garnett. Cashier W. has been confined to his home for Mrs. Mary Straub is still confined coln County National Bank, is out afseveral days with a bad attack of to her room but is improving. ter a short tussle with the grip. grip and other complications, his Mrs. Susan Yeager has been a grip Miss Emma Hays attended the fun-ermany friends regret to learn. of Miss Alice Beazley, in Lan- victim this week. W. B. McKinney and Emmett caster Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. B. D. Carter left Wednesday Cabell, of the J. H. Baughman MillMrs. W. T. West, of Lancaster, has for a visit to her mother, Mrs. Sallie ing Company staff, have both been been the guest of Mrs. W. B. O'Ban-no- n Goode, at Mitchellsburg. laid up several days this week with Miss Lucy Lee Walton left Wedhere. the grip. Brown, of Lancaster, nesday to join her father, E. C WalMrs. Russell Mrs. H. E. Thompson, of Three is here with her husband's parents, ton at their new home ;n Harrods-bur"Rivers, Michigan, who came home to Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown. attend the funeral of her mother, News comes from Louisville that Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Blackerby, of Mnv-W.Bfick,-anJhaa been, here d Erlangei have "been guests of "his Mrs. Jane Harris, an aunt of Consince with her father and family, rebrother, R. M. Blackerby and' wife gressman Harvey Helm and .Miss Let turned to her home Wednesday. Helm, is very ill at her home there. on the Crab Orcharo. pi:e. L. Grundy, of Lebanon, has John Will McCormack who attends the H been the guest of C. E. Tate and local school, has been seriously ill at THE "ENDLESS family. his home in the McCorniack's church Attorney John W. Brown, of Mt. section. He is reported as somewhat town Wednesday on improved now Vernon, "was DANGER OF CATARRH legal business. in Robert Fenzel, of Hustonille, spent Rural Eoute Carrier Francis several days here this week with his Weatherford is out again after a son, Matthew Fenzel, the well Knewn S. S. S. the Proper Safeguard. spell of grip. telegraph operator. Miss Mayme Clelland, of Pewee Wm. Bright, of Norman, 111., ac-4- ? is a "cold" in its chronic Catarrh form. The air is flllad with bacteria Valley, returned home early in the companied by his daughter, Miss which is taken into the mouth and nose Mrs.1 Fannie Bright spent . several days after $ through the process of breathing:. When week, Tate. a visit to Mr. and C. E. here this week with his nephew, W the body is in a healthy condition no Mrs. Rodman W. Keenon came harm results. But with our modern from Frankfort early in the week to M. Bright,' and family.- Mr. Bright methods of indoor. living and sedentary be with her sister, Mrs. T. W. Pen- was on his way to St. Petersburg, occupations, the mucous membranes are nington, who has been laid up with Florida, where he and his daughter usually not atilV to "throw-off- " this will probably .spend, the rest of the .harmful bacteria, making catarrh a the grip. Sam J. "Bell, who recently traded winter. very common ailment. These germs fcreed and multiply, causing inflammafor the Greeely Lutes place near tion, the blood rushes to the mem- Turnersville, entered three of his branes to fltfht off the bacilli. When t SAUFLEY the the blood is in a vigorous condition its children inweek. graded school here early this "defensive" efforts are successful. We had lots of rain here this week. Otherwise the cold "hangs on" turns Supt. Garland Singleton spent into catarrh. Hev. J. G. Livingston was not pre several days in Frankfort this week Catarrh is a chronic inflammation of the mucous membranes. Mucous mem- in attendance upon the gathering of sent autne Logan's Creek church on branes are the lining on all the inter- the county superintendents of the SundayN nal cavities of the body. Get that Rev. Owens, of Maywood', has rev ALL cavities! There is the "endless state. W. H. Wearen, secretary of the turned from Greenwood where he chain" element of danger. The only way to treat catarrh is to Central Kentucky Millers' Associa- has been on business. purify the Wood. The surest way to tion, spent several days at Frankfort Miss Ida Floyd has returned from pur.fy the tlood is to take ?. S. S. Write us for special advice. Swift Spe- this week looking after legislation Somerset where she has been visitcific Co., Atlanta. Georgia. affecting the interests of his people. ing relatives. Miss Elizabeth Lovell has been confined from her school a few days on account of grip. Jesse Floyd and Miss Addie Elliott surprised their many friends by drivI ing to Maywood, where Rev. Owens joined them heart and hand in the holy bonds of matrimony. Their host HAVE IT FTLI.r:D AT of friends are extending congratulations and good wishes. Miss Ada Floyd was the guest of Miss Eva Privett Sunday. George Owens and family were the guests of M. C. Floyd Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Lovell was the Many doctors tell their patients to guest of Miss Effie Ware Sunday. Jess Flannery, of Highland, was take prescriptions to the Lincoln calling on his best girl down in the valley Sundav. Pharmacy. Also many mothers send The Logan's Crev school is progressing nicely with Miss Kate Holtz-clahere because they feel their children as teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boone, of Somassurance of safety and service an erset, are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son, who has been named when we put up the "carefully written James Monroe Boone. prescription of the doctor. The most Miss Mamie Floyd was the guest of Miss Beatrice McGuffey Sunday. simple as well as the most complex Personal and Social ai g. m. CHI i Here Is A Prescription THE LINCOLN PHARMACY prescription receives our undivided careful attention. i ' :::::: ' ' ' The Lincoln Pharmacy STANFORD, KENTUCKY , J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Dr. Vfi'tt CRAIG, 'PkarcaacUt General Federation secretary and former Kentucky president was "forward-minded" about the interests in her hands and Kentucky will be assigned next after Texas, the president's state, and Illinois, the hostess to the last biennial, to quarters in the Hotel Astor, which is to be the official headquarers. Here will be all the officers, committees, speakers and chief guests and here it is that every state delegation would prefer to be located. Naturally the Kentucky contingent are all greatly pleased with the assignment which has been made and published in a folder sent out by the hotel committee of the local biennial board. Remember the Babies Clubs are being reminded by the leaders in both national and statp federations that the great Baby Week of March is under the direction of the Federal Children's Bureau, sr.d the three utiortments of cha General Federation civics, home economics and public health. They call upon every club woman to help make this a success, reminding them that the time is drawing near and that full information may be had by writing to Mrs. Goodwin, care of Children's Bureau, Washingron, D.C. Kentucky Chairmen Mrs. Lafon Riker, of Harrodsubrg, Mrs. Andrew Campbell, of Paducah, and Miss Mary E. Sweeney, of Lexington, respectively chairmen of health, civics and home economics in the Kentucky Federation, are with their " committees assuming the responsibility of Baby Week in this state. They are expecting many of the clubs to promote local campaigns and are holding themselves in readi ness to and assist in all instances. Harrodsburg Woman's Club The Musical Department of the Harrodsburg Woman's Club afforded the sick and shut-in- s of their town much pleasure on Christmas eve by Jtate of Ohfo. City af TcleJo. Lucas County, fs. visiting them and singing many beauFrank J. Cheney mates oatb that be Is senior partner of the firm of P. J. Cheney & Co., oo- - tiful carols. The chorus consisted of ;nir business in the Citr of Toledo. County and a dozen or more of Harrodsburg's i Ktate aforesaid, and that said firm will pay most gifted singers and the good will Ihe sum of ONE HUNUKEii uuuiaiw. iot pach and every case of Catarrh that cannot he arid thoughtfulness of these people cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. was a source of pleasure to many. FRANK J. CHENEY. The Civics Department of the HarSworn to before me and subscribed to my rodsburg Club is very proud of the presence, this Cth day of December; Ai J)., 1886. new hospital which has just "beea ' . W..OLEASO. .Seal. completed.. They have had. several fj y .ZtolRlJXMUUK. !' Hall's Catarrh Care isi.taiealirternally and leadine physicians visit their new 'cts, directly upon 'the .blooir,a'na.BC--'htf- i building arid they all pronounce it of the system. jBeud tar testimonial iVr-.- , VA, very Deauuiui ana most complete in (free, ,F. . Jr CHNEX. & CO., Toledo, O. every way. Harrodsburg must, in,. Sold br" all DruMlsts. 73c. .' deed, be proud of its Woman's Club. for"coBstiptfMu'- 'Tike Hall's Family P1U 1, w -- The City Council meets tonight at which time bids will be received Mr. Whizzer Farmer attended the NEAL'S CREEK. jfor the city's deposit. Both of the daugh- minstrel at Stanford recently. Mr. Alec Chumbley and 'local banks are expected to have Mr. B. P. Martin, of Rowland, representatives on hand to submit ter, Miss Sherley, of 'Somerset, spent was up to see some friends recently. bids for the privilege of taking care Chi id mas week with Mr. and Mrs. We are sorry to state that Miss !?oss I.ustt-r- . of the taxpayers' money. Dulcie Baugh is ill at the home of Miss Dulcie Baugh is at Hedgeville Mrs. Tilford Alexander. The Lexington Leader had the fol- for several days. Miss Verdell Young is visiting her lowing about George W. Gentry, the Mr. Alfred Farmer, the mayor of local negro leader, who is a candidate Neal's Creek, was in Stanford Sat- - grandmother, Mrs. Baught, at Highfor one of the Bier Four delegates' urday and Sunday. land. places to the republican national conWhizzer Farmer is carrying his visMr. Fred Young, of Lancaster, vention at Chicago: G. W. Gentry, arm in a sling as the result of half the well known colored lawyer of ited Mr. Elmer Young last. week. Stanford, has issued a circular leta dozen boils on it. Most everyone ter setting forth his claims to be Creek is laid up witharound Neal's Mr. Will McGuffie, of Highland, bad colds. considered the delegates representwas in this vicinity recently. Mrs. Edward Bailey and son, Earl ing the colored republicans of the Mr. Howard Kirk came home Sunstate at the coming national repub- spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. day to see his homefolks. lican convention. He has been ac- William Rains. tive in republican politics in the state Mr. Charles Baugh was in DanMiss Catherine Alexander and litfor many years, and in his letter outville Monday to see his daughter, lines the services he has rendered the tle brother, spent Sunday with Mrs. who has the grip. negroes of Kentucky in politics and James Kirk. public affairs since 1880, including Mrs. Jane Hutchinson and Oca the fight made for equal per capita Farmer were in Stanford Wednes- - GET RID C A RACKING LA apportionment for the colored school l GRIPPE COUGH IT WEAKENS children and the campaign for a col- day. Mr. Wallace Farmer has been very ored normal school, before the genFor the severe racking cough that eral assembly. He has been active sick with the grip. and influential in his support of othcomes with la grippe, Foley's Honey Misses Bessie and Lena Kirk spent er colored representatives who have Friday with Misses Sallie and Jose- and Tar Compound is wonderfully been chosen delegates to the nationG. Collins, al convention, in former years, was phine Belden, who returned with the healing and soothing. R. Barnegat, N. J., says: Poone of the organizers of the Civic former young ladies and spent sev"Foley's Honey and Tar Compound litical League and has the endorse- eral days with them. ment of prominent negro republicans There was preaching at this place soon stopped the severe lagrippe professional men and educators in cough that, completely exhausted me. Stanford, Versailles, Brandenburg, Sunday. A large crowd attended. Russellville, Danville, Lawrenceburg, Messrs. Richard and Billy Daugh-ert- y It can't be beat." Sold everywhere. Harrodsburg, Berea, Richmond and went to Danville to sell their fiexington. tobacco. It brought a fairly good RUSH BRANCH HONOR ROLL price. The Honor Roll ofthe Rush Branch WOMAN'S CLUB NOTES Mr. Ed Farmer was in Danville school of which Mrs. Dolly W. McBee New York City will be the bien- was in Danville &s week, the guest is teacher, for December is as folnial city for the convention of the of his sister, Mrs. Durward Single- lows: Grade 3 James Hester, LouGeneral Federation of Women's ton. ise Hester, Emer Tucker and Hollon Clubs to be held the last week of Our circuit clerk Mr. Marshall C. Reed; grade 2 T. J. Hester, Clark May, 1916. The convention will be held in the Second Regiment Armory Newland, was out to tsee his uncle, Reed and Leslie Cannada; grade 1 which is acknowledged to be the fin- Mr. Dink Farmer, last Thursday. Larry Cannada. est in New York. Friends are congratulating Mrs. .H- - Lacey for the neat manner in which she nas secured for the Ken tucky delegation such a great advantage in the matter of hotel reservations for the New York meeting. The i f C -- Begin the New Year With A New Set of Books. z We have Ledgers from 25c up double and single entry. Day Books, 10c to $1.25. Also record and Memorandum Books. Penny's Drug Store The Rexall Store Stanford, Ky. E ita is coming. Weather Rubber and Leather Footwear YOU WILL NEED THESE Wet We have now a new supply of Low Top Shoes, Medium Tops and Extra High Tops these are weather beatres. Heavy Kersey and Corduroy Suits for JMen Sam Robinson, Stanford Page Six i I lt i irr Iri4-Avi- v luuiuai. fonrnr fi iiiLiiui "ImivriQ ULaiiiuiu Kentucky: Friday, January 14, 1916. I i -, . 't V 9 4 We have the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. . PENNY'S DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE HUSTONVILLE from Stanford Saturday and day. three-months-o- ld Sun- daughter of The A remarkable record made during Clifton Sandidge, of Milledgeville, the year 1915, in the chicken and died of pneumonia, following a short egg business was that of Mrs. F. M. illness, and was buried on the 8th Peavyhouse. From 200 brown leg- at the Sandidge burying ground. horn hens she sold 1,500 dozen eggs Arnold "Punch" Brady, of Stanat an average of 20 eents per dozen, ford, was up Saturday calling on a tot?! of $300 for the whole, or an a lady friend. average of $1.50 per hen. This does Adams Bros., state that the largest not include the eggs that were for number of prescriptions llled in a home use. nor those that were used single day since eing in business for hatching. She had all the chick- here, occurred Thursday, January 6. ens to eat that she desired and sold M. E. Allen has been quite ill. off a few besides. She has an everyMyers, Towell and Eads have day record of gathering up separate formed a partnership in the live ly 14 and 15. This is an awful good ; stock business and are now busily record, and it is thought, by all that ' engaged in making deals for spring are familiar with such business, that lambs. it will be hard to beat. The eggs Prof. Charles Morris, son of Dr. were shipped to Cincinnati by her Morris of Stanford, passed through own personal contract with a dealer here last week to the Big South Fork of that city. where he will tune pianos and orWillie "Doc" Drye was up Satur- gans and other musical instruments. day night and over Sunday, from Lambs are now being engaged for Stanford to spend a short while with early delivery st 8 cents. Pretty good prices. his mother, Mrs. Priscilla Drye. Sam Owens of McKinney, was here J. W. Houchin, proprietor of Elixir Springs, is up from Lawrence-bur- g Saturday on business. B. W. Leigh sold McCormack & and was in Hustonville Saturfat day looking well and says he will Tucker 50 head of Springs the first of March pigs at 6 cents. be at the McCormack & Tucker purchased to personally look after his patrons. d McEee Riffe and wife, were up 60 head of fat hogs in 107-pound 200-poun- $4.0 0 ONE YEAR 6 $2.00 MONTHS Courier - Journal DAILY BY MAIL (NOT SUNDAY) and FARM and FAMILY A Great Monthly Magazine N -i quit raining Wednesday for tiie first time in several hours, but it still looks like it might pour down moist any time. j Dr. Hart, our new dentist, sends word that he will be on the ground for business in a few days. Stanley P. Stephenson has been of the appointed Superintendent Sunday school at the Christian church to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of R. L. Berry. Judge W. M. Myers and J. W. Allen went to Casey county Wednesday to look after some stock. Mr. Brown, of Liberty, got in too deep water and gravel Wednesday morning at the ford in the west end of town and had to be pulled out with another machine. Willie Drye, the well known colored chauffeur, went to his rescue. M. E. Allen is able to be out again after a severe attack of grip. What is the matter with a petition being started for an election for road bonds? We are now "losing lots of tax that should be used in our own county that is going to other counties under the big state aid plan. Our roads are in fearful shape and badly in need of having some money spent on them. So, Mr. County Judge, please send us a few blanks and they will be worked to the best advantage by a large per cent of the voters here who would not do anything on the proposition before. June H. Reid has been quite ill of grip and confined to his bed at the Hotel Weatherford for several days. Pryor Pembleton and wife passed through here Tuesday on their way home from Brodhead. This is. the man, A?ho with his son, so badly cut Deputy Sheriff Adams when le undertook to arrest him in Casey county recently. The Pembletons are both out on bond till their trials. Gilmore Burton moved Tuesday to the Dinwiddie cottage on East Main street, which makes it much more convenient for his work at the telephone and electric light plant. Mrs. Uriah Dunn, who has been ill for several days,,--i- s fast improving, her friends are glad to know. Mr. and Mrs. Will Riffe have been quite ill with the grip. Mrs. G. C. Riffe has been on the grip list also. Cowan & Dunn sold 25 shoats that averaged 85 pounds to Nathan Hicks at six cents a pound. They were of the Red variety. J. A. Johnson, on the J. S. Carpenter farm, west of here in Casey, had Dr. John Cook, the colored veterinarian of Stanford out, to his place on Tuesday to vaccinate 20 head of cattle for blackleg. He had already lost three of his young herd. Considerable uneasiness is felt among the farmers of that section, just now as to how far this disease may spread among their beeves. Attorney Clay Godbey, of Liberty, came up Wednesday morning to see his father and mother. Clinton Beagle and Miss Miranda Sears of the McKinney section, went to Hustonville Wednesday and were married at the Christian church par- .sonage there by Rev. A. H. Baugh in his most impressive manner. Both Casev a few days aeo at 6 cents and are 21 years of age. The ceremony shipped them to Cincinnati marKjp was witnessed by two of their relaI i tives, Mrs. Baugh and S. A. Walker Saturday. James W. Allen hought a drove! of and D. W. Dunn, after which they 85 hogs in Casey county last wlejk went on their way rejoicing. Both and drove same here and sold thfijn have many friends who will extend to Myers & Company, at 6 ceifts. heartiest congratulations and good The average weight was 200 pounds. wishes. Hanging Fork was on a rampage Young Brothers, of Columbia and Friday Tuesday and kept many people away Burkesville, arrived here last with 65 head of good mountain cat- from town. MihS Bess Riffe returned last week tle and kept them overnight here at the Union Stock Yards, and those from a two weeks' visit to Miss not disposed of here were driven oh Elizabeth Cabbell, of Louisville. She shortened her visit on account of U to Stanford Saturday. the illness of her mother. A meeting of the officers King Carpenter left Monday for teachers of the Christian church vas ' Wednesday afternoon at half Florida to look after his orange held past two o'clock to transact business. grove which is in bearing condition. Mary Louise Adams has been quite He expects to be gone about two ill for a few days at the home of he,r months. Dr. Carl Wheeler, of Lexington, uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A.fUT. was here Sunday to see his parents. jj Adams. Children Cry for Fletcher's ad The Kind You Have Always Bonglit, and which has been, in use for over 30 years, has home the siimatnr nf w ana nas ocen. made untler his per-jtst sst?s7 jSL. i SOnal SllTlorvisinTl cinco Ar7 AA44U14VJ Jfo lnfoTiorV r 1m?Z r J- f CTi Cj0Zifo AllOTC "HO nnr ilnnoiVA rjvn in 1?c? iAll Counterfeits- - Tmitn.tifvn stiul ".Tnyf-nc-o-nExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. C" MT w.--- - m - C wi It He left Lexington Wednesday for Boston to be absent on a four months' trip. Pat Napier, of Liberty, was here a while y Wednesday morning on his way to the city to buy goods. Road Engineer McKee Riffe was here Wednesday looking after conditions in this end of the county. James A. Blain received quite a gash over his left eye a few nights ago while walking from one room to another in the dark to see after one of his sick boarders in the Hotel Weatherford. It was a very painful bruise and he saw stars fly about ten feet away, he says when he hit the corner of a wall at the head of the steps. Mrs. Kate McKinney is quite ill of grip at present. Word from Bradfordsville is that Uncle Hardin Yowell who has been poorly for some time, is considerably worse at this time with little, if any, hopes for his recovery. Mrs. Emmet McCormack on improving after her sick spell. substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, 3Iorpliine nor other .Narcotic? substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years ifc has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation Flatulency, Wind Colic, aU Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea, It regulates the Stomach and Eowclsy assimilates the Food, giving" healthy ana natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The jlotlier'o Iriciu. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless genuine CASTORIA ?Bears the SismatiirG c aawWAVSt asWf'if ww &&$r &, The Kind You Have Always BongM In Use For Over 30 Years J7 THE CENT COMPANY N E W VO W . C ITT SES5E33? not to build their new church. DYER, TENN,, MAN Rev. T. J. Godby filled his regular appointment here Saturday and SunSUFFERED 40 YEARS Vada and Bertha Lay were the guests of Misses Bertha and Bettie Kennedy Sunday. Miss Dollie Adkins is visiting her parents at Green River this week. Louis VonGruenigan is the victim of the grip at present. Richard Daugherty, of Saufiey, at- i tended church here Sunday night. Miss Laura Lay spent Sunday with: Mr. and Mrs. James Lay and attended church here Sunday night. Henry Magill has moved to Mr. F Reid's farm near Stanford. Ed Lunsford, of Rowland, has moved to the house vacated by Mr--J Irvine Snowden attended church. , here Sunday night. Mrs. Sallie B. Stringer is on the sick list this week. Clarence Daugherty and Cloyd Lay were the guestsof James H Daugherty. day. Misses FOR CHILDREN'S COUGH. You cannot use anything better J. T. Castleman Finds Hcpe Fulfilled After Passing Threescore for your child's cough and cold than Years. Dr. King's New Discovery. It is preJ. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tenn., pared from Pine Tar mixed with suffered from stomach derangements healing and soothing balsams. It for forty years, taking all does not contain anything harmful medicine, following all kinds sorts of cf medand is slightly laxative, just enough ical advice. to expel the poisons from the sysIn all the forty years, he said, he tem. Dr. King's New Discovery is never had a real good day until he tried Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Then antiseptic kills the cold germs he discovered something. Let his letraises the phlegm loosens the cough ter tell about it and soothes the irritation. Don't put "The first dose of Mayr's Wonderful off treatment. Coughs and Colds of- Remedy caused gall stones to pass ten lead to serious lung troubles. It from me. I am feeling much better is also good for adults and the aged. than I have ever before. I am 64 years old and I had never before enGet a bottle today. All Druggists. joyed one whole good day. "I would not give the one bottle MT. MORIAH. We have a very picturesque sur- you sent me for all the drugs and dec-tormedicine that is made." rounding this beautiful day. The Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives perground is beautifully carpeted with manent results for stomach, liver and white, and the trees shine with mil- intestinal ailments. Eat as much and lions of diamonds like sparkle. This whatever, you like. No more distress beautiful world of our looks like a after eating, pressure of gas in the Get one fairy had dropped down while we stomach and around the heart.and try it bottle of your druggist now were, in deep slumber, and had given on an absolute guarantee if not satiseverything the beautiful touch. factory money will be returned. Since our last! letter Mr. Cage s' Mc-Kenzy Girls! Have Wavy, Thick, Glossy Hair, has been called from this to another world and was laid to rest in the Mt. Moriah cemetery to await the great judgment morning. The bereaved family has the sympathy of the entire community. Mrs. William Bcone and pretty daughter, Miss Pearl Stone, of the Maywood section, were pleasant visitors of Mrs. J. H. Boone one day last week. Mrs. James Reia ?iad a pleasant visit with her sister, Mrs. Ed Terry , of Neal's Creek. Mr. J. M. Hiatt's samily has moved back to their home in Lincoln, after residing in Harlan county for nearly two years. Mrs. Hiatt says there is no place like Lincoln. Mr. C. L. Dawes has moved into HIGH WATER CUTS UP ROADS The heavy rains of Wednesday and Wednesday night before the cold wave cut off the downpour, played havoc with roads in many parts of the county. Squire J. T. Dudderar reported to Road Engineer Riffe that the Somerset pike near W. F. Dish-on- 's farm, south of town, was covered by five feet of water from Logan's Creek late Wednesday. Engineer Riffe dispatched a force of men to the scene Thursday morning after the waters had subsided and had the usual debris cleared off the pike so not to hinder traffic. The Crab Orchard pike near Rowland was also covered with several feet of water; in fact; freshets were experienced all over the county and much damage done to roads. COLD WEATHER ACHES & PAINS Many aches and pains, sore muscles, stiff joints and much rheumatism attributed to cold weather have their first cause in failure of the kid- Free From Dandruff Save Your Hair! Double Its Beauty In a Few Moments Try This! During January and Breaks a Cold In Just a Few Hours Tape's Cold Compound" Ends Cold And Grippe Misery At On.ce Don't Stay Stuffed-up- ! You can end grippe and break up a r.evere cold either in head, chest, body or limbs by taking a dose of "Pape's Cold Compound" every two hours until three doses are taken. It promptly opens clogged-u- p nostrils and air passages in the head, stops nasty discharge or nose running, relieves sick headache, dullness, feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. February Only Special Rate Period Limited to these Two Months SPLENDID COMBINATION at a LITTLE OVER HALF THE REGULAR PRICE Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-JournAgent in this district. al E. L. Stanford, Kentucky REINHART Courier-Journal Don't stay stuffed-up- ! Quit blowing and snuffling! Ease your throbbing head nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Company, Louisville, Ky. Cold Compound," which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts bacco. without assistance, tastes nice and Mr. William Gerkey was in Highcauses no inconvenience. Be 'sure land last Sunday afternoon, calling you get the genuine. 1 on a mighty pretty young lady. 4-- his new residence lately erected, which is nearing completion. Mr. Burnside, of Garrard county, has moved to the place he lately purchased from Mr. A. R. Dougan. The Mt. Moriah neighborhood welcomes Mr. Burnside and his family in their midst, hoping they will fill in line and help our Sunday school and church along with their good work. Mr. A. R. Dougan has moved to his new home lately purchased from the J. S. Young heirs just beyond Highland. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boone have received news of the arrival of a handsome son at the home of their son, S. T. Boone, of Somerset. The little fellow has been named James Monroe in honor of his two grand-father- s. After a pleasant visit with his family and friends, Mr. J. M. Hiatt has returned o Harlan county, where he is employed. There is still quite a lot of sickness through this part of the country. Mrs. T. D. Bastin has been quite sick but is much better at this writing. Mr. B. D. Hiatt and Mrs. A. A. Bastin still continue very sick. We note with regret, that Mr. Ed Walton is no longer one of the firm of your grand paper. The most of our farmers around here are about through stripping to- If you care ror 'heavy hair, that glistens with beauty and is radiant with life; has an incomparable softness and is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. Just one application doubles the beauty of your hair, besides it immediately dissolves every particle of dandruff; x you cannot have nice, heavy, healthy hair if you have dandruff. This destructive scurf robs the hair of its lustre, its strength and its very life, and if .not overcome produces a feverishness and itching of the scalp; the hair roots famish, loosen and die; then the hair falls If your hair has been neglected and is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or bottle of too oily, get a Knowlton's Danderine at any drug: store or toilet counter; apply a little as directed and ten minues after you will say this was the best investment you ever made. We sincerely believe, regardless of everything else advertised, that if you desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and lots of it no dandruff no itching scalp and no more falling: hair you must, use Knowlton's Danderine. If eventually why not, 25-cent out fast. neys to properly eliminate waste Kid- matter from the system. Foley ney Pills tone up weak and diseased kidneys, giving prompt relief from aches and pains. Sold everywhere. BLUE LICK We the members of the Blue Lick church, wish to extend to the people who belong to the Jumbo Baptis church, a hearty welcome to come to our church as they have decided now? 4-- 1 Plumbing and Heating C. E; BOWER Stanford, Ky. Telephone 263 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kenti fcky: Friday, January 14, 1916. ttt Page Seven flew tc avoid peratwns These Three Women Tell How They Escaped the Dreadful Ordeal of Surgical Operations. Hospitals are great and necessary institutions, but they should be the last resort for women who suffer with ills peculiar to their sex. Many letters on file in the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., prove that a great number of women after they have been recommended to submit to an operation have been made well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Here are three such letters. All sick women should read them. Marinette, Wis. "I vent to the doctor and he told me I must have an operation for a female trouble, and I hated to have it done as I had been married only a short time. I "would have terrible pains and my hands and feet were cold all the time. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and was cured, and I feel better in every way. I give you permission to publish my name because I am so thankful that I feel well again." Sirs. Fked Behnke, Marinette, "Wis. Detroit, Mich ""When I first took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was so run down "with female troubles that I could not do anything, and our doctor said I would have to undergo an operation. I could hardly walk without help so when I read about the Vegetable Compound and what of done I got a it had E. for others I thought I would try it.package of bottle E. Lydia Iiydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and a Pinkham's Sanative Wash and used them according to. directions. They helped me and today I am able to do all my work and I am welL" Mrs. Thos. Dwyer, 989 Milwaukee Ave., East, Detroit, Mich. Bellevue, Pa. " I suffered more than tongue can tell with terrible bearing down pains and inflammation. I tried several doctors and they all told me the same story, that I never could get well without an operation and I just dreaded the thought of that. I also tried a good many other medicines that were recommended to me and none of them helped me until a friend advised me to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. The first bottle helped, I kept taking it and now I don't know what it is to be sick any more and I am picking up in weight. I am 20 years old and weigh 145 pounds. be the greatest pleasure to me if I can have It willto recommend it to any other suffering woman.5V--Mis- s the opportunity Irene Eiioeliciier, 1923 Manhattan St., North Side, Bellevue, Pa. LINCOLN BOY'S UNUSli AL EXPERIENCES J. G. Hackley, European A cent for' The Western Electric Co., Had Excitj ng Times at Begin- ning of War In Belgiui i. Joseph G. Hackley, of London, England, with the Western Electric Company there, has just been on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hackley, on the Danville pike, having been on a business trip for his company back home, in connection with their New York and Chicago houses. Mr. Hackley has been with the Western Electric Company since 1901 being located at their New York house from August, 1901 until May, 1913 wTien Tie was sent to their Antwerp, Belgium, at which their European business centered. On August 15, 1914, two weeks after the big war began, he went to the London house of his company, where their European business has been handled since the war began. JVIr. Hackley is one of the leading young electrical engineers and scientific experts of the big company he represents. In order to meet all issues in his busienss, he has found it necessary to acquire some knowledge of the foreign languages and now speaks French fluently, and can converse in German and Russian. While Mr. Hackley was at Antwerp, he made it a practice to associate with representative continental people, who came there in great numbers from the various European countries, and has acquired a good knowledge of their manners and customs. His business has taken him to all parts of the United States and to Europe. During the past six years he has travelled by rail and steamer in connection with his business, over 38,000 miles, and his return trip to London on January 15th will be his third business trip abroad. On his travels, Mr. Hackley usually carries a camera and has taken over 2,000 photographs. He has spent vacation trips in Yellowstone Park, ''Grand Canyon, and the Yose-mit- e Valley and has made a scientific study of the wonders of these unique regions. He has hundreds of colored lantern slides made from his photographs and occasionally treats his friends and the public to an illustrated lecture on these wonder- lands and other places which he has its If one of the most wonderful ic Fine Healthy Child Convincing Evidence SIMPLE, INEXPENSIVE REMEDY CHECKS EARLY TENDENCY TO CONSTIPATION fr de- - fa ' Si j. sf vs- tf x i . "x x ..- - pments in modern telephony. Tha recent very successful trans-oceanwireless telephone, conversations between Paris, France and the United States indicates an enormous step in scientific development which has been achieved by the Western Electric Company's staff of skilled engiSuch neers. achievements are brought about nowadays by the sheer force of many able men equipped with every device known to science, working together to the attainment of a definite thing. Great inventions lige this are now forced into existence, as it were, by the united efforts of many able nen working together, and are not required to grow up slowly, as they did during the last century when men worked somewhat independently. Mr. Hackley was in Antwerp when the present European war broke out where he saw the people go through all the gyrations which such a new experience would naturally produce in any people. On this occasion, the Belgians were so much aroused about their liberties that every one who was a foreigner was a fit subject for arrest, on the least suspicion. During these troublous times, he was on one occasion arrested as a spy, and taken through an immense throng of excited people to a military tribunal but later released. On this occasion the soldiers who had arrested him spoke no English and, seeing that the crowd looked threatening, he saved himself from trouble at their hands by telling the soldiers in French that the crowd seemed menacing, and he must tell them in French and Flemish that he was an American citizen and spoke English. The soldiers obliged him by saying to the" crowd in the two languages that Mr. Hackley claimed to be English and seemed able to speak English. On one occasion he was sus- ' About the first thing impressed on the young Mother is the necessity for regularity in her baby, which brings up the question of the most desirable laxative for children's use. Mrs. Jesse Richardson, Philpot, Ky., says she has used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for the past year and that there is no medicine in the world like it. She writes: "My little be- WXu.- J! f f&. 0 L son, William, Jr., just loved it cause it is so pleasant to take, and everybody talks about his being such a fine healthy boy." Wm. J. Richardson, Jr. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a compound of simple laxative herbs, cents a bottle. Get a bottle of this free from any opiate or narcotic excellent remedy, and have it in the drug, and is the standard remedy house. A trial bottle, free of charge for constipation in thousands of can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. homes throughout the land. Drug? B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St., stores everywhere sell iti for fifty Monticello, 111. spy, he reached London, being re- quired only to show his passports. On crossingthe English channel the ship passed within 50 feet of a floating mine which was the only other disturbing factor on the voyage to If you would like special advice write to Lydia E. Pinkliam Med. Co. (confidential ),Iiynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in Strict confidence. pected of knowing something about a German officer whom he formerly knew at Antwerp, but avoided trouble by giving the exact facts about the matter, which were fully known to his questioners before they approached him. A1V , .... TTaol-lm- T romoinoil in Antwprn s in " Hi The same strong, serviceable Ford car but at a lower price. The Ford car, which is giving satisfaction to more than 900,000 owners, has a record for utility and economy that is worthy of your attention. Two and two make four there wouldn't be so many Ford cars if they didn't give jsuch splendid service. Prices lower than ever. Runabout, $390; Touring Car, $440; Town Car, $640, f. o b., Detroit, Mich. On sale at H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Storage Repairing Tires Accessories i Phone 203 ii iii iiim ! m nail " ffl """ " mn.iJJii'. u - WHY BURN REX? There is none better. It is all heat. If you order Rex you get It makes no clinkers. I am sole agent for Rex. Rex. It does not soil your hands See what I give with each It makes no soot. each $1 spent with me. Phone:Res. 73,0fficell8-J- . N. W. FOWLE. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. 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 s' Shu-gar- DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. OF FURSLEV5 INDIAN HERBS Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Hackley has the reputation when he sefc Qut of An among his business associates for sitionsLond(m gung ffflf At ftis honesty, :" that when everywhere; Antwerp was . he says a . thing is so, it can be re-- 1 .bristled surrounded by two lines of trenches lied on, since his decisions are entanglements and ways based on the bare facts as he surrounded fortified sees them through his own mind b ramparts and forts, was under It has been his lortune to be , strictegt miU fue Un(er kept in the forefront of the firmg these conditions he found it neces. A"6 wn f VanrS ,entepnses Whh i sary to transfer all his business Company has to London After consulting. undertaken, requiring push and CQnSh the American British in the face of ' consul and the Belgian general in , r. W, charge of the defenses of Antwerp, Hackley is engaged at a and findi it to take out time is the development and manu--. 1 the papers to London could not be ,; facture .of and . semi- - secured, he resolved to set about do- automatic. telephone systems m Eu- - . T' ing Jt without permit. Leaving all 4. j.xio ijxcaciii4. visit lu Xlllienuu xuijc. personal effects behind he set out is in connection with this. In the i iirifVi fxt?r Tnnlre fillol xtrifVi hncmPQC telephone systems, no! papers , ... . . ,, for London. After being 1"ic 4uuu, oil hdd tQ the gta. once on the of the work of securing a telephonic through a line Vv a nl t tion and then passing rr v m rnl-- v hnmrv V, with bayonets on each J, electrically operated 'of soldiers station to gefc au kiic iciejuuut: ex- niauuiici the journey was begun. In constant change. The connection can be se- cured as quickly as with the system opened and something found which empioymg operators. A compara might give a pretext for arrest as a tively small number of these machines in a telephone exchange of 20.000 subscribers, can make Use "Cascarets" for over 200,000 telephone connections! in a single day, absolutely unaided Liver and Bowels, by operators. In case of the semi automatic teleWhen Constipated ! phone systems very much the same machinery is employed as in the full When Bilious, Headachy, Sick, For automatic system, except that some Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, operators are employed to do a Bad Colds. part of the work, the remainder being done by the machines. Among the recent very remarkGet a box. . able telephone developments by Take a Cascaret tonight to cleanse the Western Electric Company, your Liver, Stomach and Bowels and there are three things which stand you will surely feel great by morn- out as very striking features: tMV rl i"H HIGH n ham .. nave . "& IWU wt Wn tlUU YVUlllCIl vviiu Vmrs trans continental telephone line headache, coated tongue, a bad cold, iim Tjetween New York and San Francis are bilious, nervous, upset, bothered co ; second wireless telephoning over- with a sick, gassy, disordered stom- land between Arlington, Va., and ach, or have backache and feel all a place near San Fransisco, a out- Are you keeping your tance of 2,500 miles; third trans bowels clean wia Cascarets or oceanic wireless telephoning beteen mereiy forcing a passageway every Arlington, Virginia, and the Eiffel few days with salts cathartic pills Tower in Paris, a distance of over or castor oil? 3,000 miles. Cascarets 'immediately cleanse and At a recent exhibition at the regulate the stomach, remove the Western Electric Company's plant in sour, undigested and fermenting Chicago, 800 telephone receivers food and foul gases; take the excess were connected to the trans contin- bile from the liver anc? carry off the ental telephone line between New constipated waste matter and poison York and San Francisco, and each of from the bowels. the 800 persons was able to hear Remember, a Cascaret tonight will the telephone conversation perfectly. straighten you out by morning. A Sound amplifiers are connected to box from your druggist the line, so that any desired degree means healthy bowel action; a clear of loudness can be secured. This head and cheerfulness for months. sound amplifying apparatus is of Don't forget the children. 1 old-fashion- ed "TT untd the gallant Belgian soldiers 'gan to fall back on the fortified be- po- - i al-(a- nd gd ; stick-to-it-ivene- ???? full-automatic ss -- I Ti A I full-automat- ,r ic T Vr iT i London. On reaching London, all seemed like a calm after a great storm and it remained so pretty much until the Lusitania was sunk by a German submarine on May 7, 1915, with the loss of over a thousand lives, in- bombs. He looked up the exact spots cluding many Americans. It was then that the English people in their where the fourteen bombs dropped turn rose up and passed through the and found that they had been dropsame gyrations which the Belgians ped on or near hospitals, dwelling-house- s, and in the streets, none of had passed through nine months bestriking any public building fore, with the same amount of spy- - them chasing, etc. When the Zeppelin or railway station. The zeppelin airships which he air ships began to visit England and make raids, finally culminating in had seen on September 8th and the great raids of Sept. 8th and Oct. October 13th were estimated to be 13th, 1915, in which 60 people were between 600 and 700 feet in length killed in the streets of London, he painted the color of aluminum and had the unique experience of being cigar shaped. They are the color except in the midst of one of these raids j of the sky and invisible very near the other on both oc- - when illuminated by the searchand casions seeing the air ships illumin- - j lights from below. From his observations he believes ated by searchlights from below as they were in the very act of dropping i that while the zeppelin airship raids over a great city, r.re quite spectaculthe bombs. He relates that on Sept. 8th, 1915 ar, make much noise, and kill people the bombs fell very near his house, without warning, they can hardly the nearest being 300 yards, and be considered as an element of great that the action continued for a pe- danger to person, or very destrucriod of from five to ten minutes, dur- - tive to property. A war machine ing which the tremendous detona- which must come and go in absolute tions gave one the impression that ' darkness to prevent capture which the city was being destroyed and is at the mercy of high winds and must fly so high to keep out of that there was no escape. Not knowing where the next bomb the way of the guns that it cannot would drop, nor how near it would carry a great weight of bombs nor come, Mr. Hackley. acknowledges accurately drop bombs on a specific those ten minutes were the longest object, cannot be considered a fighting machine he has ever lived, seeming an eter very effective nity. On this occasion, one of the against a battle ship, munition bombs dropped from a height of factory, fort or any other object of about two miles, fell within 50 feet i military importance. London has an area of 700 square of a hospital, broke every window building and broke, as he es- miles and his observation of the in the g timates, window glass enough to covleads to the conThis bomb clusion that the airship raiders in er two acres of surface. blew a hole in the earth three feet the darkness know only that they ('eep and six feet wide; blew down are about this great area; but do not statuary, filled brick walls with know what buildings they are over, shrapnel, blew the leaves off the trees but merely drop the bombs at adjacent and broke windows 300 random. This conclusion is borne feet iit-- the spot whera it fcil. How out by the fact, that the above 14 many years' growth was scared off bombs examined did not hit military the patients in the hospital no one objects or any public buildings. Mr. Hackley was born in Lincoln knows. Twenty people in all were night. Co., Ky., and brought up here. that Mr. Hackley says he did not see. He acquired his first learning at any one where he was, . show any Mt. Zenia, went to school "on the panicky tendency, although it was hill" at Stanford, and was graduatthe first experience of the people ed from Centre College in 1895, which institution in 1899 conferred in the neighborhood. On the night of October 13th on him the degree of M. S. In 1907 when the second great raid over he graduated with honor from the London occurred, he passed along Lawrence Scientific School of Harva street at 9 o'clock, twenty-fiv- e ard University. Since then he has minutes later, three bombs fell on been with the Western Electric Co. ! i J ' the spot where he had walked. He was on the spot agzm iroout ten minutes later and saw in the street the puddles of blood of people who had been killed. The raiders came twice that night, at 9:25 and at 12:30, and a total of forty people were killed. He saw the zepplins in the act of dropping fourteen bombs on these two occasions, but other airships than those he saw dropped many more j ! ; bomb-droppin- 10-ce- nt How to Cure Coughs and Golds. Keep out of Drafts. Avoid Exposure. Eat and Live Right and Take Dr. King's New Discovery. You catch cold because your system is below normal and finds itself unable to throw off the cold germs. To recover you should first take a remedy to kill the germs. Then be careful of your eating. Avoid exposure. Go to bed early and save your strength in every possible way. To kill the germs take Dr. King's Hew Discovery. , , ... V" 1 v ! ; Just the minute Dr. King'3 New Disthe cold germs they begin to shrivel and die. Your irritation ceases. The cough eases and you begin to get better. 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Somerset, Kentucky & w - H age Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 14, 1916. We believe the 1916 Maxwell to be the best car with the lowest upkeep in its price class in the world the choice of men who know. H. C. CARPENTER, Agt. Stanford, Ky. Start New Year Right Iron Auto Spring Steel, sizes 3 1 1 and 2, will make leaves to order. We carry a stock of round to 3 wide, iron from S thick. Steel and channel tire, a complete stock. Bolts, we carry all kinds and sizes from 1 14 long. Would to glad to supply your be wants. 1-- Real Estate For Sale The Following is a Partial List of Our Properties For Sale: y, Make Good Resolutions START TRADING WITH ARNOLD, "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY," THE HOUSE THAT KEEPS A LINE OF AND AUTO TRIMCARRIAGE MINGS; ALL KINDS VEHICLE REPAIRS AND WAGON SUPPLIES EITHER FOR THE FARM OR THE Wagon Supplies We keep Tongues, Axles 2, 3-- 1- -4 1-- Timber, Spokes, Rims, Felloes and Wagon Tire from 1 2 to 3 WOULD BE and Wagon 1-- 3-- 4. 1-- 2, PLEASURE VEHICLE WE WILL . SUPPLY YOUR WANTS. : -- : GLAD TO QUOTE YOU OUR PRICES SOME SPECIAL LOW PRICES THE WAR HAS NOT AFFECTED Buggy tops recovered with good rub$ 8.50 ber, old lining left in Buggy tops recovered with good rub$10.50 ber, new lining A good repair wheel put on your $10.50 rig, either black or red OUR EXTREMELY LOW PRICES New Buggy Curtains $ 2.50 A good repair 'wheel, painted good, striped and finished $12.00 Best round edged sreei tire, with our improved machinery, we are putting on at extremely low price, set $3.50 - Use The Best Buggy On Earth Rubber Tires Wholesale or retail. We sell Rubber Tire by the reel or in small quantities or put same on for you at the lowest possible prices. We make a specialty of KELLY - SPRINGFIELD but will furnish any brand AUTO TRIMMING Storm Fronts Lap Robes and PAINTING A SPECIALTY Harness $5.00 Storm Fronts $4.50 $1.50 Storm Aprons $1.25 $6.50 Lap Robes $5.25 $4.00 Lap Robes $2.98 All Harness 20 per cent off. We have them from $15.00 to $22.50. desired. No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of No. 50. Two-storframe 42 acres right on pike; has dwelling; two barns; place contains 1 house, barn, etc; place well watered acre of land; splendid garden, etc; and fenced; for a quick sale, $70 in Stanford graded district. $2,000 per acre and easy terms. This is good wouldn't put the improvements on strong soil and worth more money this place; will sell or trade. Price $1,500. but must be sold. e No. 28. 2 No. 52. 225-acr- e farm, 4 farm in Indimiles from Stanford on good pike, ana; about 45 miles north of Louissplendid community and no better ville; about 90 acres in blue grass; a soil in the county; residence, splendid new tobacco barn, J. W. Williams, near Shelby City, halls, porches, etc. Two-rooten- large silo, residence and all bought here Monday of Tom Pence ant h use, new tobacco barn necessary outbuildings; place well averaged 934 pounds and all other necessary outbuildings; watered and fenced ; 1 2 miles from nine steers that close to church and school and splen- good town and right on pike: right at $6.80 a hundred. didly fenced and watered. Over half at. the intersection of two good turnJ. H. Bustle sold 20 head of hogs of this place in grass. Price $100 per pikes; pike running full length of to Boone & Ballard, East End trad- acre, a third down and balance in 1, two sides of the farm; some of the place bottom land. This is a splendid ers at six cents a pound. The porkers 2 and 3 years. No. 30. 106 acres of land located farm and has so much pike frontage averaged 160 pounds. right at a good railroad station; that it can be easily divided into sevJ. Nevin Carter bought the two residence, one old barn and one eral small farms. Will sell as a whole colts by Kentucky Choice, Lincoln new 30x50, with shed on each side; or divide. No. 56. 200-acfarm; Choice and a filly at their sale Mon- crib, smokehouse, etc; well watered and fenced. Good orchard; about 40 residence, porches, etc; small new day. He plans to held a good sized acres of this place in cultivation and barn; also old barn and two old log horse sale about next court day. balance for grazing. This is a bargain houses on the place; two splendid orMrs. S. J. Embry shipped a hand- for $50 per acre and terms right. chards; good springs; well fenced No. 32. 225 acres 5 miles from and about 75 acres bottom land; some Buff Orpington cock to D. M. Stanford on good turnpike; has two for Hocker at Corbin Thursday. Mrs. good dwellings 2 large tobacco barns. this place facesbethe roaddivide'iabout ea?ilv a mile and an into Embry has quite a market for choice These are extra large barns, one be two or even three small farm:: Right ing 48x120 and the other 38x108 price and terms right. specimens of her pure-bre- d birds. No. 61. One town lot right on Mr. Kaiser, a hemp buyer for E. and both 20 feet to eaves. This is a F. Spears and Son, of Paris, was good tobacco and hemp farm; will Main street, 80x270. Price $600; also here this week with Local Agent C. sell as a whole or will divide into two four other lots 60x138. Price $300 Hays Foster. They are carrying an farms. Will price as a whole or make each and one lot 90x100. Price $800. All of these lots have concrete walks advertisement in an other column of price on divide. No. 38. Two storerooms in the a-are wel1 locaeJ. Beat building interest to farmers and hemp men. Ralph Guthrie, of Shelbyville, sold heart of Stanford. Best location in lot in town. town always No. 64. 172 acres of splendid to Luke Hansbrough for Jackson & These and both are splendid rented. hemp and tobacco land; investrooms are a Winn, of Atlanta, Ga., 26 head of ment and always pay a good divibrick residence with basemules, all mares, at dend after taxes, insurance and re- ment; splendid barn with water pippairs are paid. Will make a price on ed In the same; large concrete silo; $195 a head, last week. these that will interest you. all buildings in good repair. This is J. D. Eads, of Crestwood, Shelby No. 44. 234 acre farm 1 2 miles an A 1 farm. Price $20,000; terms county, was over Monday to see the from one of the best towns in cen- easy. dwellNo. 69. 74 acres; local markets, the first time he had tral Kentucky and only 2 miles from been back "home" in some time. Mr. good railroad station; right on pike ing; barn 40x60 and all necessary in well watered and fencgraded district; Eads has just bought at Louisville a and inexcept 4 school and aboutall170 outbuildings;pike and only three miles grass acres ed; right on big bunch of feeding cattle to run acres being in blue grass sod; no bet- from Stanford. Price $6,000. One over on his Shelby farm. He pur- ter watered farm in the state; fencing half cash and easy terms on balance. y cottage; new No. 73. Three-rooframe d steers good; has a large chased 72 head of residence, large barns, etc. This land stable containing three stalls and at $6.50 a hundred. will grow anything you put on it; it corn crib; small storeroom on pike; Mrs. R. L. Berry, near Hustonville, is an ideal stock farm; magnificent good cistern at, door and never failtells the I. J. that the little ad she home; splendid community; in the ing well in lot; 5 acres of ground; ran with it sold all her hens and pul- richest part of county. Price $100 all buildings and fencing in good condition. Place lets but that she still has a few roos- per acre; terms right. 2 miles from good community. well located and in No. 48 324 acres, Price $1,750. ters for sale. Mrs. Berry had an ex- Stanford on good pike; most of this e No. 75. farm; two cotceptionally good year with her poul- farm is in grass; besides the resi- tages; one 4 rooms: the other three e tobacco barn; 50 try business. She started the year dence there is a good stock and to- rooms; bacco barn, 36x80; cribs, etc; fenc- acres cleared; balance in timber; with 156 hens, sold $229.36 worth of ing good; and always an abundance never failing springs; close to good eggs; raised over 500 chickens be- of water; this is a good stock farm town; churches and school. Price $25 sides using quantities of eggs, mak- and will graze more cattle than any per acre. farm ing the investment a very good one. terms in this section; price right and Consult us before buying. List with easy. us if you want to sell. Danille, who is Monte Fox, of buying teams of high class mules came over Wednesday and offered Andy Gooch, on the Somerset pike $475 for his team of aged mare Office Lancaster Street Opposite Court House. Office Phone 180. mules, which are are about the best KENTUCKY. REAL ESTATE, STANFORD, team in the hybrid line left in this section. Mr. Gooch wanted $500 for the pair and as Mr. Fox couldn't No. 2917 quite see that figure, no trade was REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF consummated. Farm and Stock News 100-acr- 1-- 15-ac- re m 10-ac- re 1-- re d two-stor- y, 10-roo- m four-year-o- ld 1-- 850-poun- two-stor- m 140-acr- ten-acr- hughes & Mccarty Arnold Buggy Co. R. M. ARNOLD, Prop. No. 2788 REPORT OF THE CONDITION Second St., Danville, Ky. DUNCAN As an indication of the thrift and plenty in Garrard county, a representative farmer there recently butchered for his year's supply of meat, nine hogs from which were made 360 pounds of sausage and 85 gallons of land; 120 pounds of the sausage were given a most excellent preserving process in the way of cooking cakes, and latin carefullyjnade-ou- t cans with melted er packing in tin THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE At Hustonville, in the State of Kentucky, at close of business, Dec. 31, 1915 RESOURCES $150,380.59 Loans and discounts (except those shown on b) 50,000.00 U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 108.09 Overdrafts, secured, $92.65; unsecured, $1544 Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve Bank $ 4,500.00 2,250.00 Less amount unpaid 2,'50.00 2,000.00 Value of banking house (if unencumbered) 800.00 Furniture and fixtures Net amount due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago and St. Louis 76.14 $ Net amount due from approved reserve agents 10,583.92 in other reserve cities 10,507.78 Net amount due from banks and bankers (other than in; 1,925.91 cluded in 10 or 11) 273.28 Fractional currency, nickels, and cents 1,770.00 Notes of other national banks 7,439.00 Coin and certificates Legal-tend2,220.00 notes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. 2,500.00 Treasurer er As the weather continues so bad OF there is very little important news to be written- - this week. Several people took their tobacco 't Dtt'iviilo this week. At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at close of business, Dec. 31, 1915 Little Grace Sims, daughter of Jack Sims, is suffering with what is RESOURCES thought to be pneumonia. $246,104.97, Loans and discounts (except those shown on b) Mr. Cicero Sims was a visitor of Q. S. Bonds deposited to secure circu lation 50,000.00 some one near here last Saturday 2,945.00 night. Stocks, other than Fedeial Reserve Bank stock Subscription to stock of Federal ReMr. James Bennett returned home $ 4,800.00 serve Bank last week after spending several 2,400.00. , 2,400.00 days with his sister at Williamstown. Less amount unpaid 4,625.00 Value of banking house (if unencumbered). Miss Anna Smith went to Lexing2,173.50 ton Sunday to spend a few days with Furniture and fixtures 2,684.35 friends. Real estate owned other than banking house 5,500.00 Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank Miss Ethel Thompson is very ill at Net amount due from approved reserve agents her home here. 3,507.44 in New York, Chicago and St. Louis Thomas Eads is at home after a Net amount due from approved reserve agents seven months' stay at Cincinnati. 20,843.87 17,330.43 in other reserve cities Mrs. Will Douglas and three chilNet amount due from banks and bankers (other than indren went to Cincinnati Sunday. 4,715.81 cluded in 10 or 11) Miss Frankie Smith and Virgil 118.70 $ Outside checks and other cash items Thompson were guests of Misses 157.12 Pearl and Myrtle Tinsley near New 38.42 Fractional currency, nickels, and cents 50.00 Salem Sunday afternoon. Notes of other national banks 500.00 Federal Reserve notes Misses Belvy and Masie Griffith 8,263.40 were visitors at Mr. B. I. Mead's on Coin and certificates " Legal-tend3,796.00 Sunday afternoon. notes . j Redemption fund with U S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Mr. E. P. Claypool is considerably .'. 2,500.00 improved after an attack of grip. .'. Treasurer Mr. Virgil Thompson leaves this - $357,256.02 week for Harlan where he has a good Total THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK lard poured thickly over the top, this amount reserved for the family supply, and which, even in is as fresh and sweet as when first ground. The surplus of 240 pounds of sausage meat found ready demand in the market at Lancaster at 15c a pound while the extra "shortening" beyond the needs of the family larder can at any time be sold at from 12 2 to 15 cents a pound. This is the manner in which the energetic Garrard housewife of this home provides for the bounteous bill of fare always set before the family, every other article of food usually appearing in similar abundance, canned fruits and vegetables being stored away in the cellar to the amount of 25 and 30 gallons of each variety. mid-summer 1-- Total $235,450.79 w ."- er - LIABILITIES ' $ position. Capital stock paid in , Surplus Fund 941.20 $ Undivided profits 600.00 . Reserved for taxes ' Circulating notes outstanding Demand Deposits: Individual deposits subject to check Total demand deposits, Items 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38 and 39, $165,309.65. Time Deposits (payable after 30 days,- - or subject to 30 days or more notice) : Certificates of deposit ., Other time deposits Total of time deposits, Items 40, 41 and 42, $36,805.17 Bills payable, including obligations representing money bor. rowed 28,500.00 1,541.20 49,100.00 165,309.65 0,000.00 Cent FARM LOANS CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle 5 Per 20,250.00 16,555.17 26,000.00 $357,256.02 ' Total State of Kentucky, County of 'Lincoln, ss: bank do solemnly swear I, H. C. Baughmcn, Cashier of the above-name- d 'the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. that H..C. BAU,GHMAN, Cashier Correct Attest: Subscribed and sworn to before J. S. "HOCKER, me this 10th day of January, 1916. S. T. HARRIS, JESSE D. WEAREN, J. M. PETTUS,' Notary Public Directors -- D. A. THOMAS Phone 80 Stanford, - Kentucky 1 -- LIABILITIES $ 50,000.00 Capital stock paid in Surplus Fund 24,000.00 Undivided profits, less current expenses, interest and taxes 2,620.57 paid 50,000.00 Circulating notes outstanding Demand Deposits: 105,610.22 Individual deposits subject to check Total demand deposits, Items 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, DRIVING STOCK HURT WHILE 38 and 39, $105,610.22. Richard Arnold, son of R. C. Ar- Notes and bills rediscounted elsewhere than at Federal Renold, well known stock man, was hurt 3,220.00 serve Bank quite badly while driving some cat$235,450.79 Total tle Thursday. The accident happenDepot street. While trying State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: ed on to head some hogs, the lad ran into bank do solemnly swear I, J. H. Hocker, Cashier of the above-name- d a guy wire which threw him and in- that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. jured his head. He gamely drove the J. H. HOCKER, Cashier stock on to Rowland, however, but Subscribed and sworn to before If Correct Attest: was taken sick before getting back, EDW. ALCORN, and is now confined to his home on me this 11th day of January, 1916 J. D. DEPP. J. W. HOSKINS, Lancaster street. Notary Public J. W. POWELL, Directors My commission expires Feb. 19, '16 jj LATEST WAR NEWS. Rumors of the state of the German Emperor's health have assumed an alarmist tone and a Rome dispatch reports that the Crown Prince has been summoned to a council to discuss measures in case the Emperor's illness is prolonged. Four aeroplanes that the British sent out on reconnaissances have failed to return to their base in France. Berlin previously had re Oliver Chill and Avery Chill are the Plows ported the bringing down of four British aircraft. is a Valuable Addition A Sub-So- il With a continuation of the proin gress of the Try One on a Guarantee Montenegro, which threatens the captuVe of Cettinje, the capital,' and ultimately of the fortified seaport of Antivari, comes a rumor that an armistice between ,the Teutons and Montenegrins has been arranged. ,- Plowing Season 1$ On Hand Now Attainment Austro-Hungaria- ns W. H. Higgins, Stanford "A x- -