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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): January 21, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 int1916012101_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): January 21, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Established 1 60. 5 7th Year- .- No. 6. The Intetfm J OURNAL Stanford, Lincoln County, , KJ Friday, January 21, 1916. ON THE JOB ' uesdays tidays &r .Vl rv-,- I-- ? & BUSINESS IS PICKING UP KNIFE THIEF LEAVES TOWN. B. C. Brown, who has worked on the farm of S. H. Baughman, on the Somerset pike for about a year, left SilHHbNTGOMERY STATE WIDE UP IN SENATE " H L. & N. Freight Traffic So Heavy for parts unknown early this week Senator Montgomery One following the discovery that he had mittee Voting Favorable More Telegraph Operators Are stolen about a dozen pocket knives On Important Questi Put To Work from George H. Farris last Saturday night. The discovery came through 1 (NMHHHHHHHf K.. l. im .fe.h State-wid- e prohibition became the ' increased so rapidly an altercation that he had with Bob Business has : of late on this division of the Louis- Raines. Brown attempted to pull one livest issue at the present session of- --- Tl . ville & Nashville railroad that a num- of the knives on Raines, who prompt- the legislature in Frankfort when- ber of extra operators are being put ly knocked him down and took the the Frost bill to submit the question'"' t,A MBmkEii BaBaBl on to handle the increased freight weapon away from him. The knife to a vote of the people was reported-favorablto the senate by the Comtraffic. Many new trains have been still had Mr. Farris' mark on it, and put on, and some are carrying as other people turned up who said that mittee on Constitutional Amend high as 60 empties as they go thro' Brown had tried to sell them brand ments, of which Senator Char here to the mountains. Business is new knives, Brown got wind of the i Montgomery, of Liberty, repr lVnGHHISEfMMl booming and no better indication fact that his theft had become known ing this district, is a member. can be found than the extra forces and took a train out of town in the other members of the committee: being put to work by the railroads to direction of Junction City. The name, j voted for a favorable report o rHliiiiiiBiBliBllS99lK4i3PHiDKJ3 S Brown, is said to have been an as- - bill were Senators W: A. Frost; take care of it. tele- sumed one, and but little was known Graves county, Robert Antle, A number of well known local Charles F. Montgomery. the and A graph operators are receiving new of him here. district, and J. Howard Williams 'BSBSBSjbVI Kent Against Bill to Saddl assignments as a result of this addi'Greenup county, four being de TWO CLUBS ENTERTAINED tional business. The Mt. Vernon ofe Expense on Counties. n fice has been reopened as a night of.: r uie ourrenbi crats and Antle a republican. M i.. xx juuii, meeting uj. xi-i:4. bers of the committee voting aga fice with three 'tricks" and Jack J. T5vnte r.lnh n hn Lawrence, who has been holding was deliriitfnllv PnWrnnP,! hv Mrs. a favorable report were Senator; avMvMDIBvi1 it bill to be acted upon by ouse of the General Assem- C. Littrell, of Owen county, A clown third trick at Rowland, has d tt i i. in session at Frankfort, was Stncklett, of Covmgton and C been transferred back to his old k c nuiiic uii uumcioci,4. avenue on.. .i.. lliuisuuy b:Aten Thursday through the efforts place at Mt. Vernon Coe Moser will afternoon. A delicious salad course K"ht;. Senatr J- - R' Zimmerman, work third trick at Rowland. Three whs sprvorl nt thp ,nnplnsinn of fho ' of Bullitt, chairman of the commit- - ?. Senator Charles F. Montgomery, this district, and others. It was men have been put on at Wanda, a programs. Mrs. McRoberts' guests tee, did not vote. the Trigg bill, S. B; No. 64, providThe report of this committee came telegraph station at top of a hill this were Mesdames H. C. Baughman, J. side of Lebanon, and an extra man W. Baughman, R. M. Blackerby, W. as a bombshell into the ranks of the ing that each county pay one-ha- lf of the present State allowance of $75 bas been placed on dutv at Loretto. M. Bright, M. S. Baughman, D. M. liquor interests and certain q'y?.ar for pauper idiots. Senator No changes are made in the local Walker. W. S. Emhrv. C. E. Tate. J. democratic leaders who hoped to pre TrigV in urging its passage, made the office, where General Agent J. S. R " Pnvton s.- at.- Snnflov.j a a P,r.!vent the present session from giving v "j statement that there were 160,000 Rice and his very able and efficient ry, W. A. Tribble, J. G. Carpenter, the people a vote on this important assistants, Logan McCall and J. .C. W. G. Withers, J. C. Hays, R. T. question at the present session of pauper idiot claims paid annually Reynolds manage all the business Bruce, T. W. Pennington, Isaac Shel- the legislature. This action of the bytne state, and that if each county the burbill a was required to pay one-ha- lf committee gives the state-wid- e that can be handed them. by and Miss Sue Woods. fine start in the senate. It was giv- den ;the number of suit claims would en its first reading Friday and placed materially decrease. The bill was DANVILLE MAY HAVE FAIR RAILWAYMEN HELD UP. in the calendar. Then, in the natural opposed by Senators C. F. MontgomAfter the Kentucky Central pay course of senate proceedings, the bill ery, of Casey; Robert Antle, of RusMaurice Farris Leases Grounds and train had been along Tuesday, high- - j will reach the stage where it can be sell; J. F. Porter, of Webster; H. M. May Put On Fair Himself waymen, who probably expected rich- - placed on its final passage Tuesday, Brock, of Harlan, and 3. R. Zimmerer loot, held up two railway employ - Its friends will be on guard and they man, of Bullitt, who contended that All efforts to make a Danville fair es at Livingston and got $1.47 for are confident that Lieut. Gov. Black the proposed law would not decrease the of pauper idiots a success when operated by an asso their pains. The victims were Henry ' will see that no "trigger work" is that number essentially the dutyand of it was ciation, having proved a failure the Browning, L. & N. yard foreman at j done against it by some of the po past yars, it is probable that a fair j Livingston, and the other a brake- - litical second story men who are al- - the State to care for their unfortuwill be put on this year by an indi- man. George Mulhns, on parole, from ways working overtime at Frankfort nates and they should not be put off vidual. The Advocate says the fair the Frankfort penitentiary, is under to serve the interest of their patrons, on the counties who have enough exgrounds have been leased by Hon. arrest in the Mt. Vernon jail charged j The Louisville Herald on Friday penses to pay now. Senators G. G. and Webster JM. J. Farris, Jr., than whom no one with having been one of the high - morning said : Dry adherents in the SpeerofFranklin, Helmof Newport, spoke in favor of . . legislature are determined to push Is better qualified nor more capable waymen. amendment at least xne measure, xne, vor.e against tne the state-wid- e making a success of the enterprise of if he decides to go into it. The Ad- CONGRESMAN HELM AT HOME such is the determination of the lead' I: There are a ereat irlan firs. '' vocate said.: Congressman Harvey Helm canTg' legislators who say thejr woilcT BIIftKERATF6N. Danville fsftr grounds The" beautiful i were leased for the year 1916 to Mr. home from Washington to attend ier not to press xne dux at xnis ses- n V.nvft nf the M. J. Farris, Jr., and the residence the burial of his aunt, Mrs. L. J. sion, but that they will support it if !,.:,, phnrph , nTWiBrwmt a Ri,vht .. V..V ...V 0 was leased by Mr. W. H. Evans, who Harris here Thursday. He stated it is brought up for consideration. operation at Dr. E. J. Brown's hoswill be This means that state-wid- e lias been living in it the past year. that he will return to Washington probably today. Congress and of- a dominant issue during the session. pital on the hill, this week, and is Itfr. Farris' purpose is to organize a making a nice recovery, his host of fair association and this ficial Washington is very busy with The lines are not yet so drawn that friends are glad to know. He is e fair, such as the preparedness program of Presi- predictions concerning the outcome not sufficiently recovered, however, year hold an made Danville famous in years past. dent Wilson, and every man is on the can be made with any degree of safe- to be able to preach Sunday to his Mr. Farris is a hustler and a man of job for it is a momentous question ty. Present idnications are that the congregation, but hopes to be back result; will be very close in the house in his pulpit in another week. liberal policies and purposes to pro- that faces this nation. of representatives with the chances will draw the mote a fair which BUYS FARM NEAR JUMBO. in favor of the bill. The situation in NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Arrangecrowds from all quarters. ments will be made to carry the peoWill Lay bought from Sam M. the Senate is extremely doubtful on Earl R. Tate and Miss Mary Ett'a figple to the grounds at a nominal Owens, of the McKinney section, account of the number of senators Brown, of Monticello, were married decline to commit themselves. ure to provide other means for the this week, 50 acres of land, known as who accommodation of the people who the old Waggoner place, near Jum- In the senate the chances are looked Monday. A Louisville state senator has ofwish to attend. This is a step in the bo. The consideration is understood upon by the well informed as being fered a bill providing for "Jim Crow" right direction. These beautiful to have been $250. The place is now against the bill's chances, but, as said grounds should be held for public rented to J. N. Casi, of Turnersville, before, predictions at this juncture street cars in Kentucky. The Court of Appeals upheld the uses. No community in the state has but Mr. Lay plans to rebuild the old are of extremely questionable value. validity of the $300,000 road bond such a desirable place for holding a house on it next year and probably vote in Ballard county. ZIMMER WALKER. fair, and similar events, and the Fair move to it himself. Miss Eunice Prather, of Lancaster Association is to be congratulated Considerable surprise was given and1 James Stapp, of Lexington were iipon holding the grounds instead of TO WED IN OKLAHOMA their many friends here by news of married Monday. Uing them, as was formerly the m- the wedding in Cincinnati of County T,he 26th annual Confederate recontain- Attorney It is fortunate that the lease Sunday's Courier-JournGreen Clay Walker, of Gar- union will be held at Birmingham, made to Mr. Farris, as his ideas ed a dispatch from Oklahoma City, rard, and Miss Elsie Zimmer. The May 16, 17, and 18. h holding a fair are in accord Okla., announcing the engagement bride is the daughter of Mr. and Ala., Mrs. James Spillman, died Tuesday f.he public wishes in the matter. of Miss Belle Denham, daughter of Mrs. R. Zimmer, proprietors of the at her home at Manse, near Paint Col. and Mrs. W. R. Denham, forKengarlan Hotel at Lancaster, and Lick. She is survived by her husmerly of Stanford, to a Mr. .T. E. formerly k'HAT PLUCK WILL DO. of Stanford. Both have band and six children. upward and onward course of Dinwiddie. The news will be receiv- many friends here who will wish Col. Briscoe B. Bouldin, internal ed with .much interest by the many M. Alverson since he set type them much happiness. revenue agent, who stirred up a horfriends of the bride and her family us several years ago, when we net's nest among distillers and offhere, who will extend best wishes. jwned the Interior Journal, is a icials of the collector's office at LouisSTORK WON AGAIN IN 1915 source of pride and gratification. He ville, has been transferred to GeorMiss Emma Hays, Registrar of ViCHURCH NOTES. not only owns a prosperous and splenFlorida. tal Statistics for the four Stanford gian and J. Dunagan, died at Somequipped newspaper plant at didly Mrs. T. There will be no preaching serLawrenceburg, but gets everything vices at the Baptist church Sunday, precincts, reports that during the erset Tuesday after a short illness. he goes after in politics. After be- either morning or evening owing to year 1915 ther.e were 116 births as Her husband passed away only a ing assistant clerk of the Senate for the illness of Dr. Early. Sunday compared wth 130 births in the four short time ago. Ten children were several terms he is now chief clerk, school will be held at the usual hour, precincts during 1914, quite a loss. born to them, of whom eight survive. having been elected by acclamation. however, and young people's meeting On the other hands there were 87 Before her marriage she was a Miss deaths in 1915 as compared with 60 Simpson, There sure is something in a man in the evening. of Wayne county.. N in 1914. The report shows that the who can climb from printer's devil The State of Kansas began the new Presbyterian church, Sunday, Jan. stork had considerably the best of the year entirely out of debt by paying to a commanding perch on the lad- 23: Subject for the 11 o'clock serand Alverson's ambition being vice, "The Meaning of 'Apostle's race with the Death Angel during the off its last outstanding obligation, a der hitched to a star, he is destined to First.' " Subject for 7 o'clock ser- two years mentioned. $156,000 bond, the last of an issue get up to the top rung. W. P. Wal- vice, "The Great Ally." Sunday was burned in effigy in the presence Reports have been received in El of state officials and many visitors, ton's "Observations" in Harrods-bur- g school, 9 :30 a. m. C. E. Society 6:30 Leader. Paso and confirmed by the Carranza as the original must be canceled and p. m. Topic Amusements rEccle. Consul on "reliable information" filed as a voucher. 3rd chapter. Fire at Lone Mountain, Tenn., near that Villa has been captured by CarFloyd L. Williams, of Bradford, Rev. U. V. W. Daflington, the well Middlesboro, destroyed a flour mill known minister of the M. E. Church ranza forces on the border of the Pa., and Miss Lucy Emeline Rankin, and general store causing a loss of South, has set at rest the rumors that Hearst ranch in Mexico and is on his of Rankin, Wayne county, were mar40,000. he would go to Parkersburg, W. Va., way to Chihuahua, with other Mex- ried Wednesday. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Emma Rankin. Rev. to take the pastorate of the first ican bandits for execution. HAD CROUP. John Gooding, of Clinton county, a church, which he filled so acceptably JANUARY'S "SLOWING UP' grandfather of the groom, performed "I have a little girl six years old the first four years he was in the who has a good deal of trouble with West Virginia conference- - The place Winter indoor life, heavy food and the ceremony. Evans-vill- e, was made vacant by the resignation croup," writes W.eE. Curry, irregular exercise cause a dull, tired CARD OF THANKS. Ind. "I have used Foley's Hon- of Rev. O'Rear, who was forced to feeling. Foley Cathartic Tablets ey and Tar, obtaining instant relief seek a more favorable climate. Rev. tone up the stomach and bowels, We desire to thank all those for for her. My wife and I also use it Darlington is now the conference fi- liven up the liver, cleanse the sys- help and sympathy extended during and will say it is the best cure for a nancial agent for Morris Harvey Col- tem and give the light, free feeling the illness' and at the time of the bad cold, cough, throat trouble and lege, a very important and difficult of proper digestion and good health. deaths of .Mrs. A. G. Chrisman and croup that I ever saw. Sold every- - place. Rev. Darlington married Miss Do not gripe or nauseate. Sold ev her son, John N. Chrisman. Mr. and " Virginia Bourne, of this city. where. Mrs. Will White. erywhere. I M 'JK - sllH . ! BKKSK-- Clinton-Cumberla- nd .HHHf -- R!,.' rso BAILEY DEAD. His many friends here were greatly shocked and grieved to learn of the death of District Game Warden J. "Mitch" Bailey, which occurred at Danville Wednesday evening. Mr. Bailey was a native of Lincoln coun ty, but had lived in Boyle for many years. He held the office of deputy sheriff for four years and later that of sheriff for four years. He also held the office of game warden for this district at the time of his death. Mr. Bailey is survived by his wife, who, before her marriage to him, was Mrs. Anna Watson Warren; one brother, Mr. Thompson Bailey, of McBrayer, Mercer county, and three sisters Mrs. Susan Briscoe, of Parksville; Mrs. George Caspari, of Indianapolis, Ind., and Mrs. Jessie Ledman Fisher, of Leroy, Ind. The funeral services were held at the resi dence Friday morning at 10:30 o'clock, and conducted by Dr. H. G. Turner, pastor of the Methodist church, of Danville. RAILROAD WINS DAMAGE CASE GAME WARDEN NOBLE WOMAN PASSES AWAY Mrs. Jane Craig Harris Was Last Of Family of 13, and Member Of Prominent Family The remains of Mrs. Jane Craig Harris, who died at her home, 337-N- . 24th street, Louisville Monday evening at eight o'clock, were brought to Stanford and interred in Buffalo Springs Cemetery Thursday morning after short services at .the. y. grave conducted by Mr. J. C. Mc-Clar- itti,4- - 1 so-call- ed -- -. j ' v ( J. C. Reynolds, E. L. Reinhart and Capt. Will Mershon went up to Mt. Vernon Wednesday and testified in the big damage case of J. W. Owens against the L. & N. railroad. Mr. Owens charged that, the station here was locked while he and his'wife and daughter were here waiting for a train, and that they caught pneumonia as a result of having to stand out in the cold. At a previous term of court the damage suit he brought on his own behalf was thrown out of court and he sued on behalf of his wife and daughter and the court this week dismissed this action. Mr. Reynolds is night agent here while Mr. Reinhart testified that the depot was open when he came up early in the morning to get his Louisville papers. Capt. Mershon, is night watchman for the K. C. engine and train and gave important evidence, too. WILL MOVE TO MISSOURI SOON 40-acre Mrs. Harris was in her 79th year, having been born in Lincoln county in 1837. She was the widow of the late Henry T. Harris, a prominent attorney of the Stanford bar in his day, and was a member of one of the most prominent families in this part of Kentucky. They were married in 1858. She was the youngest of a family of 13 children, all of whom preceded her to the grave. Her mind retained its brightness to the end and her faith and courage wavered not for a moment. She died as she had lived believing that "God is love and nothing else." She was a Godly woman, one "who knew the Lord," therefore she was one who believed God. Her life was radiant with Christian virtues and it can be said that she "adorned the doctrine of God our Savior," walking before Him with a perfect heart, "she was a living epistle known and read of all." Her friends mourn their loss and rejoice in her victory that today she is with her Savior. Mrs. Harris is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Lord, of Middlesboro, and Mrs. Bessie Saunders, of Louisville; also two granddaughters, Mrs. W. S. Douglas, of Middlesboro and Mrs. F. A. Kerst-in- g, of Louisville. , ! ' J4tifc&. , -- tT V nnr ..-.- V vlde-a-wake old-tim- al -- SIX-YEAR-O- w,' ,x ?- -' - WILLIS ROUTEN PASSES AWAY Willis Routen, one of the best known citizens of the West End of John G. Baugh, of Highland, who recently sold his farm there Lincoln, died at his home on the Cut-ofpike between Hustonville and f to G. J. Kincaid, of Garrard county, McKinney, Wednesday, as a result is preparing to move to Missouri to make his home, much to the regret of the infirmities of age. Mr. Routen of Jhis.,many friends. Mr. and Mrs. was about 75. years of age and was octorfmed and respected by all woa Baugh" atnr"theIr"son; (knew him. He is- surviveflby" four to go to Moberly, Mo., where Mrs. Baugh has a brother, James Light, children, his wife having preceded Mr. Baugh hopes to be able to find a him to the Great Beyond a number of years ago. The deceased was a place that will suit him there, and if life-lon- g member of the Christian he does so will farm in the Show-M- e church. J. C. McClary, of this city, state. He sold his farm at Highland conducted funeral services Friday at for $1,800. the home, after which all that was mortal of this good man and citizen, MARRIAGE LICENSES GRANTED was laid to rest in Hustonville cemeCounty Clerk G. B. Cooper has is- tery. sued the following marriage licenses recently: W. H. Burkett, 26, of Garrard, to TRYING TO BREAK CECIL WILL R. L. Hubble and a number of othSusie Burkett, 18, of Rowland; married at the court house January 10. er Lincoln cuonty people were witClinton Beagle, 21 of McKinney, nesses in the big suit to break the and Meranda Sears, 18, of Huston-vill- will of the late Granville Cecil, which is now being tried in the circuit court It is reported that half C. Burleson, 21, of Lincoln, at Danville. John of the Danville bar is engaged in the to Eva Leach, 19, of Lincoln; marcase on one side or the other. A ried at Waynesburg, January 12. l&rge amount of property is involved Hubert Lewis, 22, to Minnie Singleton, both of Lincoln; married at in the suit, as Mr. Cecil left a big estate. It s rrobaMe a special term Kings Mountain, January 22. of the Boyle circuit court will have HOWENSTINE MAKING GOOD to be held to take care of the other cases, so much time is being conA Retail Credit Men's Association sumed with the Cecil will case. has become organized in Danville and will doubtless prove of great value $500 FOR LANCASTER BUILDING to the business interests of this comLancaster's chances for her pubmunity. A meeting was held at the lic building soon were given quite a Elks Club Thursday night and mat- 410081 when appropriation of $500 ters of importance were discussed. for commencement of work was inMr. E. J. Howenstine has been chosen cluded in the urgent deficiency bill secretary and his offices are over the reported in Congress Wednesday by H. H. Price Grocery. Lincoln and the committee on appropriations. A Garrard counties have already organ- $20,000 item was included for Ashized associations and will land for continuation of work; $500 with the Danville organization. The for continuation of work at Glasgow; primary purpose of the organization $5,000 for continuation of work at is to protect the business men against Shelbyville, and the Lancaster item deadbeats. This is likewise a pro- read: Lancaster, $500 for comtection to the man who pays cash, mencement of work; limit of cost to as the business man must naturally be $55,000. No appropriation to date. make a reasonable profit after all Construction to start in third quarter bad debts are counted off, otherwise of fiscal year of 1917. Original estihe would hae to retire. Therefore mate of needs for year, $5,000. the Credit Men's Association deserves the full support of all honest people LATEST WAR NEWS who do business in this community. Increasingly violent fighting on The association will also endeavor to the Bessarabian frontier is announcencourage foreign capital to come this way and will shortly make ef- ed, but the reports of the Vienna forts to secure factories and other and Petrograd War Offices diCer as to its result. Northwest of Cerno- needed enterprises for Danville. witz the Russians claim tne capture Danville Advocate. of an Austrian sector and add that five desperate counter attacks weer GET RID C A RACKING LA repulsed with "enormous enemy lossGRIPPE COUGH IT WEAKENS es." Vienna asserts that the RusFor the severe racking cough that sians entered the Austrian trenches comes with la grippe, Foley's Honey several times, but each time were and Tar Compound is wonderfully driven out with heavy casualties. healing and soothing. R. G. Collins, The Military Service Bill has passBarnegat, N. J., says: ed through the committee of the. 'Foley's Honey and Tar Compound House of Commons after having been soon stopped the severe lagrippe so amended as to meet with the apcough that completely exhausted me. proval of some of those originally It can't be beat." Sold everywhere. opposed to it. , "li'ca-selir-pla- ! n - e. W.r ( 5V V$k3 v a. 11 !, Page Two TCHING ECZEMA IS A Jul nfpiky The Interior Journal, Stanfor P-TI- ssSWsJL- - r ( jy 7i i : Friday, January 21,1916. CONSTAN T The Blood Reaches Every Part of the Body Every Twelve Seconds. I BE ENERGETIC, PROSPECTIVE NOT LANGUI LEGISLATION WM? K T. IVM RY From General Assembly Forecasted Medical Authority Tells What TH P Condition Really Means By Expert Some Interesting Gossip from Frankfort. Tom Cromwell, the Cincinnati Enquirer's political writer for Kentucky, who has made quite a reputation for giving his paper the correct information when other writers were guessing at things, had the following forecast of legislation which may be expected of the present General Assembly at Frankfort, in Sunday's paper. He said: A cood euess. the writer thinks af--) , . ler naviug unci vieweu a iiumuci ui the important persons at Frankfort, is that all of the Democratic platform recommendations will be adopt- - !? 7I J Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. IJfCQEPOKATKD There are approximately 70,000,000 pores in the skin of a human body. These connect with the ."blood channels l3y means of little canals. These canals are sometimes filled with poisons gets and the skin scales and blisters, much red and raw and becomes like so tissue fire. Salves do not reach the source of the trouble. To make the blood pure is the onlv scientific method of relief. purifier S. S. S. is the sreatest blood because it is a natural one. There is no mineral of any sort in it. It is purely vegetable So great is the fame of 3. S. S. that nany substitutes trail alonjr in various lections of the country. They all. soonS. S. er or later, die a natural death. S.gives builds up weak and acidy blood, prompt relief to almost every case of eczema, winter tetter and other skin maladies. You owe yourself the duty of trying; a bottle of S. S. S. Take no book substitute. Write for our free letters sembly, with the possible exception on skin diseases. Confidential expert. Write of that covering revision of the replied to Civ our Medical Swiat Specific Co., Department 33, At- state's revenue am? taxation laws, lanta. Ga. which may be handled at a special session for that specific purpose upon the call of Governor A. 0. Stanley; that a legislative redistricting measure fair enough to remove the Re- ,".... -- 1 JAMES C. STONE, President JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Vice President "When you are languMand THOMAS H. SLATER, Secretary & Treasurer less, or lack ambition andyifeelfs melancholy that life seems'scair.celj worth the living, it is absolutely ri! sGehtral House, D. W. Scott, Manager, Phone 791 . cessary that you take treatment.ySEliuiters House, J. Leslie Knight, Manager, Phone 704 correct inese 'conaraon, Lexington House No. 1 John L. Buckley, Phone 3332 because you are suffering from It T""l TT dj rangements of a vital organ," Lexington rtouse lT f It ana f vjeorge ivi. oaiiara, ivigrs., jrjione 719. io. clares one of the greatest medial authorities. WHY YOU SHOULD SELL IN LEXINGTON : That "tired feeling" means a gold iDfmnoiM11ir tonll'a Afn rYrrA . ,., . ,, Because it is the biggest market in the world. srvv it is not laziness, ;itrasa Dnysicaitili ?... .s, .U''2i ment that needs correction, qujSly "' Because all large manufacturers have their redrying plants here. s it uccuiucarcvcu .uiuic ac hv takine-, a firmhold on "vou. mwn n n.iii. 'i.iu Because all smaller manufacturers buy through brokers on this Throw off thatnervouS'depressbrf - pi rH 1 suD-norm- ai di-- i w 1 IV 1 T1 1 T " . 0; i m Utii-Ui- e - v - w LI"-.- ? It is your duty, I I PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS DENTIST flyers House Flats X' T W. PENNINGTON, Stanford, Ky. Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-2- 9, DENTIST. Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD, KY. Phone 214. W. W. BURGIN DENTIST. Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at. Crab Orchard. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford. Office in Lincoln Bank Building f stat Bankimr Commisj held by Thomas J. Smith ' sioner now of Richmondj and which pays ?3,600 some think that a year Ju(ge Hager may g0 on tne state Dealer In Pr:s.n t--- h ;... June,J when the terms of Milt Conley and Dan O'Sul-liva- n Cemetery Hill, Stanford, Ky. Governor Stanley will ask the Legexpire. C. W (Timmie) Hays, Cfosed on Saturday islature to amend the law relating of Frankfort, who married a grand Phone 164. to the appointment of Notaries Pub- - daughter of Col. E. H. Taylor, is Night Phone 186 lie so that the Governor may have tinDed f or a viace on the Prison Com- Day Phone 95 the right to appoirt Notaries for aimission and ?aid that the-go- vJNO. M. CASEY, D. V. M. term oi iour years wiuiuul tne uy- has m.omisd. Col Vetertnarv Sureeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary Collegejjiroval of thp Senate. The change. I he wiU. lve Ha' ?Jjsay ' ? f (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) j in the law wnulH srive . the . Governor Mllt-..1 Board.I1UL Uliltd' Office: Burton's Stable opportunity to inquire about eflcn Kentucky an Lancaster, applicant before appointment A bill has been introduced by RepNotwithstanding the fact that Gov. resentative Glover H. Gary, of McLean county, providing for a consolThe Joseph Price Sanatorium Stanley, promised in his speeches that he was going to put the idation of the Prison Board and the STANFORD, KY. fire marshals out of business, Audi- Board of Control for Charitable Intor Green has proceeded to appoint stitutions. Just what the provisions Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Supt. Located on Highcation. Skilful as- quite a number of assistant "fire putter- of the bill are, have not been pubas Stanley called them. A lished, but it provide: thrc-goosistants; aseptic rooms, beds, furni- s-out" dispatch from Frankfort says that jobs, 'and at the same time ture and operating outfit. The best Mose Parks and Capt. George T. abolishes "several others, so will in of food, nursing, fresh airand sunshine, heat and ventilation; massage; Helm, of Danville, will be retained reality work a saving. The first bill to be introduced in hydrotherapy and hot air baths and as willBen Bosworth, of Lexington, and W. C. Hukill, of Paris. But- the House was to repeal the tax on electrotherapy. Physicians of Lincoln and adjoin- ler Thompson, of Lexington, Stroth-e- r dogs. The usual set of bills have Henson, of Dixon, and F. I. Pat- been dumped into the hopper, each ing .counties invited to bring their paterson, of Bowling Green, have been member appearing to think that he tients, operate and treat them and charge for same. Office in Lincoln added to the force, while the "skids" has some measure which ought to County National Bank building; have been put under Gates Young, become a law. Among the bills of hours from 8 to 12 A.M., 2, 4,8 P. M. of Owensboro and John G. .Evans, of interest in the house, are the workSurgery, diseases of eye, nose, ear, Frankfort. Ed BrigTit, of Louisville men's compensation bill, a bill to rewill be retained, it is said. The force lieve civil war veterans of paying throat, gynecology, genito-urinar- y rate bill, an organs, rectum and skin. No conta- is divided into three classes: Inves- a poll tax, a two-ceanti-pas- s tigators, who inquire into the origin bill, bill, an gious diseases admitted. Glasses prewho inspect wa- a bill requiring a poll tax receipt of fires; examiners, scribed when necessary. d - HARRY JACOBS Fine Monumental Work publican complaint that Kentucky has been, lo, these many years, gerrymandered against them will be put through; that there will be no enactment for the submission of the statewide prohibition question to the voters; that the woman suffrage measure will also be relegated to the rear, but not until after quite an interesting fight in both branches of the Legislature, and the 121st county will be created by partition of Pike County and named Stanley County. Another guess is that the investigation into expenditures for printing will be followed by legislative inquiry into the conduct of certain departments and institutions. Governor Stanley has let it be known n n 11 that he wants tne ?uue s anairs con- ducted as any clean, straightforward business man would monage a going concern, and it is no secret that he is getting, without the aid of detec- tives and without uriee, important . m Tanlac, the tonic, appetizer,' i&a invigorant, that builds new ftissuf$j iJ Vitalizes the blood and acts s6Jfavr ably on ailments of the stomacti, y$ er and kidneys and catarrhal'-affltions of the mucous membranes,is designed especially to correct r; thtle. conditions. The results of thjJTa- lac treatment are amazing, itpepw to put you back in body and miiti but moa like those sensible, folks the pioneers, and ti make you sturdy and of real man-- ' ' hood and womanhood. Men and women, from the highest to the lowest walks of life, everywhere are testifying to the rejief Tanlac has brought them. No other remedy has ever won such great (endorsements that can only come from superlative merits. Tanlac can now be had in Stanford at Penny's Drug Store where it is being fully explained to all ques1 tioners. c 6-- rwT? . " . . ...... onv .IT nave jy ncenseanouyers on tne Lexington marKet. Because as shown by the Commissioner of Agriculture's report for fuecemoer tnere was sold on all tne marKets outside or Lexington u,- i202,846 pounds for $896, 180.36, an average of $8.78 per hundred; wnile there was sold on the Lexington market for the same month 4,- 984,320 pounds for $51 1,676.86, an average of $10.27 per. hundred, showing the average of the LEXINGTON MARKET to be $1.49 per hundred HIGHER than all the other markets of the state combined. marKet. 1 m V D oecause vve i 1 I Now Mr. Farmer stop to figure if the 10,202,846 pounds of tobacco which was sold on your home market could have been sold on the Lexington Market, for an advance of $1.49 per hundred, it v'ould have meant $152,022.41 in your pocket. Then why not take a day or two longer and sell on the biggest and best market in the world. Our market closed very strong this week and prices on all grades were well maintained with possibly some types a few bids higher. The general average being $10.42 per hundred, which shows an ad' vance of 28 cents per hundred over last week's average. every day in one or more of our houses. We have a sale As to the prices we are getting and the way we look after your tobacco ask any one who has sold with us we will stand by anything they say about us and solicit your trade on that basis. We advise you to "bring your tobacco on and sell it as soon as you can. Our Motto is Prompt and Efficient Service and Courteous Treatment. M . - Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. FARM AGENT'S GOOD WORK IXCOHPOEATED tugh " W- ? .. .,..,. S . I . its i,3 pre-electi- on pra'ly d nt anti-lobbyi- ng 2-- 12 TREES. and Shade Trees, Shrubs, . Fruit Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden. We lave NO agents. Get our FREE catalogue. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, iexington, Ky. 80-- tf TO THE PUBLIC. represent tne largest and best I clothing house in this country Ud V. Price & Co., Chicago III. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. Tou will get the worth of your money, either in the p;inp5t PTadep or the hieher priced. My FALL and WINTER line of samples are now ready ior your inspection. Call and let me show you. K. C RUPLEY. !b Practical Tailov made-to-order apparatus, and others detailed for inspection of buildings, in conjunction with fire departments in fire prevention work. Auditor Greene, it is said, will appoint H. H. Colyer, of Richmond, who withdrew from the race for auditor in his favor, to a place on the insurance rating board, which pays $3,000 a year. It was understood that Colyer would get a good job from Greene, when he came off in Greene's favor. (Judge S. W. Hager, of Owensboro, Stanley's campaign manager, is fire-fighting ter plants, supply and hydrants and as an additional qualification for vp-ter- s, TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT a bill changing the time of paying taxes from March and December to June and March. Representative C. D. Minor of Boyle, introduced two bills, one placing telephone companies under the supervision of the state railroad commission, and another permitting proprietors of repair shops to sell articles upon which the charges have not been paid. A bill has been introduced making the carrying of concealed deadly weapons a penitentiary offense. Very few of the great mass of measures will ever see the light of day, and many of them were not intended to when they were introduced. DOWN ON HIS BACK. 2i i J. W. Seaton of Linden, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee, was for years a sufferer from stomach troubles in part a result or Ms connnmg work. He tried doctor after doctor. He tried medicines without end. One day he took a dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. He wrote: "Your medicine is the best in the world for any form of stomach trouble. I am glad to say that after taking the full treatment I feel that I am well. "I had very severe pains in my stomach all the time. One bottle of your medicine did me ten times as much good as all the doctors' medicine that My family phy- 1 ' I took for two years. HIGHEST PRICES PAID sician told me that I would never be any better today I am well. I have ' Day Remittance Mailed on Shipment is Received I "About two years ago I got down on my back," writes Solomon Flat River, Mo. "I got a 50c box of Foley Kidney Pills and they straierhtened me riem up. i recom mend them "to all who have kidney trouble." Rheumatic aches and pains, soreness and stiffness, sleep disturbing bladder trouble, yield quickly to Foley Kidney Pills. Sold everywhere. Be-quet- te, ROCKCASTLE SELLS BONDS ago a total stranger. At that time hardly a citizen of the county had Rockcastle's $100,000 road bonds ever seen him, and but few knew that Cadiz Record Says K. L. Varney Has were sold to the Rudolph-Keybol- te such a man lived. As his mission Co., of Cincinnati at par and accrued Helped Trigg Fanners was a new one, he was met by opinterest. All aboard for the Boone position from many eources. But he Way now. a year ago, K. L. Varney, of j went about his work quietly but About just over the Pulaski line, dutely. His manner proved to be at- went to Trigg county, down in west- - j tractive to our people, and when they n Kentucky, to become farm agent heard him, they became interested lk!eTlTOrttvatr f or that county. K(.nn hppnmp his Rtnnnnli friends. " . ' r t't ffeat maiy counties in Kentucky are i" soon demonstrated that he knew He now employing farm experts to assist farm life and the needs of rural comtheir farmer's in all sorts of prob- munities, and he also had little troulems that daily arise, and to teach ble in convincing our people that For nearly nine years I was a them the most efficient and systemat-i- s there was nothing they needed more great sufferer from what my doctor means of securing the greatest pro- than improvement along these lines. said was kidney trouble and my blood duction from their land. After a From every corner of the county was out of order; enduring all that year's service there, the Cadiz Re- - f thev soon began to receive him glad time excruciating pain in my back cord has the following to say of Mr. j jy an(j there are but a few places and across my bowels. I was drawn Varney's work: left where he is not accorded a most down so that I could only walk with cordial welcome as he goes over the my hands on rny knees. My doctoi The Work of Varney. he could do nothing for me. 1 In the beginning- of the joyous county in his work for a better coun said tried many kinds of medicine but all New Year, we do not believe it will ty and a more prosperous people. His work speaks for itself. Those to no avail. A friend told me about be considered out of place by any Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, and as I one to say a word of commendation familiar with it need no further evihad tried everything else that I about the work done in Trigg coun- dence. Crop conditions have been Swamp-Ro- ot ty during the past year by Mr. K. L. greatly improved; fruit growing and heard of I bought a bottle of and it did wonders for me. I Varney, our county agricultural stock raising have received a great stimulous as the result of his laborc. prize it higher than any other med-agent. . ltinA rsl T oVtnll VAtAmmnnI i4- I r. w He came to Trigg county a year and rural lite generally is approach- i in a nlane but little dreamed of un- - friends. I wish r. to add right here f r t til a"er USU1& owamp-oirior two inat ft til he came amonir us. But there is much yet to do in his months I began to straighten up and An,l n ho i n am now sound and well, and feel like lino f Pn,lpnvnr be with us another year we look for I might live a long time yet to tell (greater advancement in the year to what your medicine has done for me.j !CDIASI Yours very truly, kJlVfl&iljLjkJtb i come than we have had in the year T. C. CLAY, that is gone. Whatever may be in Marion. Ohioj 750 Sugar St., store for us as a county in the fuState of Ohio, By Being Constantly Supplied With ture, there is no one to deny that the work done here by Mr. Varney has Marion County Black-DraugPersonally appeared before ht Thedford's proven of untold value to our people this 19th day of December, Al and the seed sown by him for the upC. Clay, who subscribed! lift of our county and the 'better- 1914, T. statement and made the above oai McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several ment of mankind generally will live that the same is true in substance years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, oi long after he and the rest of us have in fact. this place, "with sick headache, and been called to our eternal reward. andCHARLES W. HABERMAN, stomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me to try We know that he is more than deNotary Public, which 1 did, serving of these few words of feeble Thedford's Marion Co., Ohio. and I found it to be the best family medi- commendation from us, and as he is cine for young and old. away from the county this week, we ht I keep Letter to on hand all the to say it .Ime now, and when my children feel a know of no better time Dr. Kilmer & Co., iltlc bad, they ask me for a dose, and it than now. Binghampton, N. Y. Joes them more good than any medicine Jiey ever tried. COUGHS AND COLDS ARE Prove What Swamp-RoWe never have a long spell of sickDANGEROUS ness in our family, since we commenced Will Do For You Few of us realize the danger of using Colds. We consider them Coughs Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & ht is purely common and harmless ailments. HowThedford's and been found to regu- ever statistics tell us every third per- Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a samvegetable, and-haweak stomachs, aid digestion, re- son dies of a lung ailment. Danger- ple size bottle. It will convince anylate lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, You will also receive a bookfol- one. ous Bronchial, and Lung headache, sick stomach, and similar low a neglected cold. Asdisease body your let of valuable information, telling symptoms. struggles against cold germs, no bet- about the kidneys and bladder. When It has been in constant use for more ter aid can be had than Dr. King's than 70 years, and has benefited more New Discovery. Its merit has been writing, be sure rnd mention the than a million people. tested by old and young. In use Stanford Interior Journal. Regular Your druggist sells and recommends over 45 years. Get a bottle today. fifty-cesize bottles and Price only 25c. Get a Avoid the risk of serious Lung ail- for sale at all drug stores. 5678 res-Euban- k, AJ,1 Another Wonderful Recovery From Kidney Trouble I - -- "-y,- c . . -- AMILY AVOIDS .". ot iklvUJ Il If WPt Black-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- ot Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draugs nt one-doll- ar Black-Draug- ht. ALL ABOUT THE LEGISLATURE. D3ckage to-da- y. N. c 123 ments. Druggists. No Commission to Pay Write for Price LUt aad Skipping Tags M. Sabel & Sons Iaoipentea Ettaa&aea 185fi LOUISVILLE, KY. pounds." gained twenty-fiv- e Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and No more distress , whatever you like. after eating, pressure of gas in the stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of. your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee if not satisfactory money will be returned. THE STATE JOURNAL of Frankfort, Six Issues per Week. Only Daily Paper at State Capital. From now until April 1, 1916 for 50 cents, less than 5 cents a week. No other paper will have, as large a staff of reporters as The State Journal to cover the present session. If you want to keep posted on all features of news at the State Capital, this is your chance. Keep in touch with State politics and see what your .Representatives are doing. Send all subscriptions to The Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky. Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST T1CKCT AGENT OR WRITE H. C KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, ... STOP OVERS. Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio t "S - T lyV ""S . , The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 21, 1916 m Page Three MMMMMMHXMftMMMMMMHMftKKB PUSHING REAL ESTATE Hughes & McCarty Open Up LiVe Wire Farm Agency Here. W. L. McCarty and L. R. Hughes, of this city, composing the real estate firm of Hughes & McCarty, have opened up offices on Lancaster street, m Prince Albert is such friendly tobacco bite arid parch ! Get on the pipe and cigarette smoke long, long ago. He counts it lost time, quick as the goodness of Prince Albert gets firm set in his Jifel The patented process fixes that and cuts out right-smoke-tra- M M M M M IK ing the aches and pains of the family from youth to old age, are lessened y when you use this old and remedy trust-worth- Mothers ' i- - s -.- in the building downstairs, formerly occupied by the Misses Warren with their millinery store, and have already booked a large number of desirable central Kentucky farms. Both of the members of this farm are hus- .- that it just makes a man sorry he didn't get wind of this ! Your cares in comfort ck M ft M M M M Understand yourself how much you'll like soon as jrou know how! M M M M m M Bruise K M Sloans Liniment Rheumatism Price 25c, 50c. and S1.00 IN MEMORY OF auso-lutel- prince Albert a m ' the national joy smoke . It stands to reason, doesn't Watch your step! It's easy to change the shape and color of unsalable brands to imitate the Prince Albert tidy red tin, but it is impossible tc imitate the flavor of Prince . it, Neuralgia Mothers: "Keep a bottle in your home" MMMKMMMMMMMHMXMMXMMMK&M! Albert tobacco ! The patented process Posted Against Hunting protects that! AUNT JANE REYNOLDS After the silent watch of the night y just as the dawn was tinging the east We, the undersigned, hereby tiers, and they intend to push Linforbid, under penalty of the with glory, 'the spirit of "Aunt" Jane coln county and Central Kentucky law, any hunting or fisnThg upon our Reynolds was wafted to her Maker, farm lands and other property as it premises : after years of suffering and pain that has never been pushed before, they Mrs. George W. Logan. racked her frame, reducing it to a say. They started right by buying L. Sudduth McCormack. J. H. Thompson. Jas. J. W. Baughman J. E. Bruce. J. F. Thompson; F. L. Thompson; Mrs Mattie H. Hewes Jas. Smith. -- W. L. McCarty. asm v- r by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co; m nation, all over the world, prefer F. A. that it must have all the qualities to satisiyyourfondestdesires? Men, get us right on Prince Albert! We tell you this tobacco will prove better than you can figure out, it's so chummy and fragrant and inviting all the time. Can't cost you more than 5c or lOcto get your bearings! Bay Prince Albert everywhere tobacco is Mold in toppy red bass, 5c; tidy red tins, 10c; d handsome pound and tin humidors and in that classy crystal - class pound hzzmidor top that with keeps the tobacco in such great half-pounsponse-moistener that if men all over the John B. Anderson.Geo. J. Frank Smith. a t . P A FEW DROPS OF POULTRY BOURBON CURE in the drink:ner water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, Prevents SickLimberncck ness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At able poultry book free. ValuBOURBON REMEDY CO. Lexington, Ky. Neyr Stanford Drug Co. mere skeleton. Her wonderful vitality asserted itself to the last. Watched by her devoted children, she fought the grim monster until her last strength was exhausted and then laid the burden down. She fell asleep as peacefully as a babe. Sometime ago she said she was ready to meet her Lord ; that all was well with her soul. Her home was known for its hospitality and one might always feel sure of a welcome at her door. She will be greatly missed by all. She was a kind and loving mother and grandmother. There is a place vacant by the fireside which never can be filled. Her loved ones bow in submission to the will of the Lord. Beyond the pain and care that life holds for all, across the portals of the golden gates, she awaits their coming, and may they all be reunited there. A Loving Granddaughter. a large space in each Friday's issue of the Interior Journal for a year, in which to advertise the properties which are listed with them. This list has grown constantly each issue. People who have property for sale know that it can be advertised in no better way than through the newspapers, and with the I. J. going out to its nearly four thousand subscribers, all over this section, and in many other sections of this and other states, the widest sort of publicity is given to any properties which ai-placed for sale in the hands of these wideawake real estate men. Both, have been engaged in handling farms and other properties for some time, and from now on they will devote their entire time to the business. Their large advertisement, with many new properties listed this issue, is found elsewher in today's paper. 2 P'm&w hi TTiiiir IsmmSmKKm SmMtBmm iTnrrinr imi n ihtitt m irn iririw T'TMriEsi 'ffls;. ftv'Mrai Kfw - I JJf k trim! Wi?' av.V Wk v?.'v R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Salem,lM.- Ik . . Kj k,-- v ii... ij Notice! Hemp Growers! Our supply of Hemp Seed is so limited, we can only furnish seed to those con- ,the highest and best bidder the fol- ed by careless treatment that's all this evidence? you surely can have beautiful hair W. H. Mershon, Lancaster street, , lowing described property. My home and lots of it if you will just try a Stanford, says: "I was troubled some consisting of about 20 acres of land 1 time ago by an acute attack of kidlittle Danderine. .in a high state of cultivation; about ney complaint. My back ached con- ; 12 acres of grass; old fashioned house MT. ZION stantly and I had pains through my j of six rooms, hall, etc; well watered, easily. lasting springs; new tobacco We ere having some very cold loins. I felt languid and tired they itwo weather here, which is proving rath- I used Doan's Kidney Pills and barn; 1 mule, 8 years old, a goo J fixed me up all right, the se'.ond box one; 2 mules, 4 years old, good work- -' er disagreeable. Mrs. R. A. Smith is confined to her practically curing me." ers; 2 mules, 7 years old, well broke Price 50c at all dealers. Don't and good workers; 1 mule, 1 year old bed. with erin. rf,j-- i 'r remedy getr 1 horse, 4 years old, r ,, Dare; Mr. ana Mrs. ureen Acsms is on Doan's Kidney Pills the same that a good driver; 2 good milk cows, LEWIS FOR APPELLATE JUDGE the sick list. Fcs'ar Mi:bjn i Farming implements, harness, plows, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson Mr. Mershon had. Judge TVm. Lewis, of London, has Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. etc.; household and kitchen furniture announced as a candidate for the re- are preparing to move to Brough-tontowThompson having sold Mr. also the following: 1 range, good as publican nomination for judge of the new; 1 leather top buggy In good court of appeal? in the mountain dis- his place to George Hensley, who will shape; 1 pair 2 year old mules, have trict, which is safely republican when soon move to his new purchase. Mr. Eugene Thompson and family jbeen worked; 1 Duroc boar, subject Bull Moose is running. no Having decided to go west, I will I to register; 1 disc harrow. This is a. have returned home from Illinois. at my home, located about one half j rare opportunity to buy a good home, Mrs. Thompson was rather ill upon mile of Hustonville, Ky., on their arrival here. located near a live town, with good Mrs. Ida Thompson is confined to FEBRUARY 12th, 1916 graded schools. her room with grip and rheumatism. beginning at10 o'clock a. m., sell to JOHN SPEARS, Hustonville, Ky. Little Ivon and Sylvia Thompson are very ill. Mr. Jim Brown, of Rockcastle, and Bottle Destroys Dandruff Miss Mary Benge of this place, were And Doubles Beauty Of married last Wednesday. We all wish I 6-! simply-asK-Toi-a-kidney by-Di2i- ty 1 n. PUBLIC SALE Girls! Have a Mass Of Beautiful Hair, Soft, Glossy, Wavy Your Hair 25-Ce- nt them much happiness. Mr. William Thompson is suffering tracting the cut crop to us. Call on C. Hays Foster, Lincoln Bank Building and learn our prices. , E. F. SPEARS & SON PARIS, KENTUCKY Within ten minutes after an application of Danderine you can not find a ?i!ig!e trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not itch, but what will please you most "a Mi be after r few weeks' use, when you see itw hair, fine and downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. A little Danderine immediately doubles the beauty of your hair. No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is amazing your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and haVe an appearance of abundance; an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance. Get a bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and prove that your hair is as pretty and soft as any that it has been neglected or injur- 2o-ce- nt from the grip. Mrs. Rebecca Cassell was the guest of Mrs. Ida Thompson last week. Mrs. Ethel White is very ill again, her many friends will be sorry to know. Mr. George Irwin has moved to Begin the New Year With A New Set of Books. We have Ledgers from 25c up double and single entry. Day Books, Also record and Mem- orandum Books. 10c to $1.25. Florida Get full information and fares from the Local Southern Agent, orVrite to B. H.Tedd, District Passes er Ageat,LotusviIIe, Ky. John Middleton's place. Our school term has come to a close much to the regret of the patrons. Everyone hated to see the good little teacher, Miss Ida Howard lfljave, .as she made many friends during her stay here. The Death Angel called at the home of George Denny on January 11th and took away his loving wife. Mrs. Denny was 3G years of age, She was a devoted member of the Christian church and was a regular attendant at all services. Before her marriage she was Miss Rebecca Brown, daughter of Bryant Brown. Her mother preceded her to the grave about eighteen months ago. Burial took place at Mt. Zion burying ground. Peony's Drug Store The Rexall Store Stanford, Ky. CASH FOR ACCOUNTS AND NOTES. easy when placed with us for collection. Ten Years Experience. We have collected Thousands of Dollars for othrs. We can do the same for you. Cost you nothing to give us a trial. WE MAKE NO CHARGES UNLESS WE COLLECT. Accounts Notes and Claims collected anywhere in the United States. Bank references. , Cash for Accounts and Notes comes The Southern Railway is the direct Tired, MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Somerset, Kentucky "' -- Worn-ou- t And mmmmmmmm--,m,mmim S Travel there on the "St Louis Special" equipped with 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' fare and winter tourist fares now in. effect. Stopovers and other special features. aeOm line to Asheville, Aiken, Augusta,Char-lestoColumbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- e and other southern resorts. n, Miserable Many Stanford People in This I J. F. Dannenhold, --HIM iMiHKul&MnftiEEKVM Southern Railw JRMfR CARRIER OFTHESOU7H spa W BiisBv- V- v, There is little rest for many a lad- ney sufferer. The kidneys feel congested, sore and painful. Urinary passages are often irregular and distressing. deThe sufferer, tired, worn-ou- t; pressed. Weak kidneys need quick help Need a special kidney remedy. - Doan's Kidney Pills have stood the test., Haye proven their merit to thousands of kidney sufferers. ,Can any 'Stanford reader doubt KT J. F. Dannenhold, Jr. George Twyman, Pres. & Treas. Secretary MAIN STREET TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Incorporated Vice-President """KiHKiBlBHH MAIN STREET HOUSE Strictly Independent. Dannehold & Co., Proprietors. 1124 1132 S. E. Comer Main & Twelfth Street, Louisville, Ky. Storage Four Months Free of Charge Best Light in City. Auction Sale. Daily. Best Inspection. Return. Promptly Made. MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS MAIN STREET HOUSE AUTOMOBILE GIVEN AWAY BY US Write for Particular.. .- - A- - - , f. 3 p x x. I ' M s.. Page Four The Interior Journal Stanford, Kentucky : Friday, January 21, 1916. The Interior Journal IK ' No Doubt j- : (REMEMBER Wheu 7 S. M. Saufley. fl.OO A TEAR STBIOTLT .Pub&her IN ADVANCE Some- of your friends t OVERCOATS At Reduced Prices. who have joined Entered at the postoffice at Stanford a class mail matter second H 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 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, KENTUCKY i tucky, desirous of having their 'farm-- : ers obtain the very best resultsipos- sible fromtheir land, are employing expert agriculturists, men who &ave made scientific farming a profession g study, to put, Ifaem-selvand at the service of the people of a county and show each and pyery farmer just how to obtain beat? re-- ; suits from all lines of farm endeavor. The man thus employed might really be called the County Farm Engineer. Those qualified for such impprtant work are usually graduates frm a school of agriculture such as is maintained in connection with the State University at Lexington. A jwell known young man from the- West End of Lincoln, Mr. Floyd, whc oraduaterl from the agricul tural school at State, is farm agent for Woodford county. About a year. ago Trigg county employed K.i L. Varney, of Eubank, who had been an agricultural expert for the (. &. C. railroad, to take charge of ' its farming operations. In another is reproduced what the paper at Cadiz, the county seat, says of Mr.; Varney's work. It is the same everywhere. These expert farm agents are helping the farmers of Kentucky grow two blades of grass where but one grew before and produce two ears of corn on stalks that have yielded but one. Lincoln coijnty might very profitably investigate this matter. We understand that there is a government fund to supplement the salaries of such farm experts. life-lones A great many counties in Ken- u(all At Our ry St., North Berkeley, Cal., writes: "We have never had any other medicine but Peruna in our home since we have been married. I "Suffered with kidney and bladder trouble, but two months treatment with Peruna made me a well and strong man. My wife felt weak and was easily tired and but since she took Peruna shells irell and strons." THE JOE MILLER CONTEST In the Cincinnati Enquirer's "Joe Miller Contest," a contributor claims that the oldest joke is the one about the two drunks who were rolling home about 3 a. m., and who got in to an argument over whether the big orb shining in the sky was the sun or the moon. One bet it was the sun and the other bet it was the moon, and they agreed to leave it to the first man to come along. Another souse soon hove into view and they left the bet to him. The stranger looked at the sky and then said: (Hie.) I'm a "Darn if I know. stranger here, myself." was also troubled with various pains, Mr. Robert H. Norris, No., 1333 Hen- - re-cent- .lv col-umn Today's Best. Bargains The People's Markt. Place Advertise What You Have to Sell See E. C. 6-- Winter Is Not Over Yet. Another Cold Spell Coming. I Don't let it catch you unprepared this time. Phone us for a load of our Rex or Pioneer Block. A drastic introduced in the legislature that not only includes the constitutional prohibition against issual of free transportation to public officials but seeks to deprive newspapers of the right to exchange advertising space for transportation. The legislature might as well make a law that a farmer has no right to trade a mule for a horse, or a bunch of pigs for a cow. The railroads have to advertise and most newspaper men like to do a little riding on the railroads. Why shouldn't they make a fair and equitable ex- Lchange tpf courtesies? Anyffrt:,,ttg. prevent such by legislation, is demagogy of the worst sort. Every newspaper in the state should wake up to this fact at once, and keep an eye on the members who are trying to put "it over." anti-pas- s bill has been PIANO at a bargain. Walton. 1 FOR SALE A folding bed, in good shape and at a bargain. Apply at this office. 2tf Pair" of mules, W. H. Rigsby, 6-- FOR SALE. The man who needs an Overcoat right away wont need mnch urging to get it at such a reduction from its regular price. Those who have said to themselves "I'll make the old one do," should stop and consider these reduced prices. Overcoats will no donbt cost, quite a bit more nsxt year. Four lots to select from: phone 65-- Y, Hustonville, Ky. 4t $15 $12 For Overcoats that were $20 and $25. For Overcoats that were $15 to $17.50. $10 to $12.50. CUT Flowers and wreaths at all times. Phone 260. Ed Hubbard, 101-t- f Stanford, Ky. 'Cockerel:?.- -' Mrs. Pure Barred Rock Morrison. Bright, Phone 46, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2. 6-- 3p FOR SALE. $3 For Overcoats that were rA $3 ov that sold as high as $10 For Men s Small Sizes and Boys' Overcoats r SEE the new models in Spirella Corsets before buying your Spring garment. Miss Ella May Saunders, 3- Stanford, Ky. SALESMAN wanted to look after our interest in Lincoln and adjacent counties. Salary or commission. Address The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 6-- ln It wili please you. PHONE NO. 49. Northcott & Tudor. President Wilson" is shortly to make a tour of the country to deliver speeches on his Preparedness program, and it is announced that. Bryan is to trail him, in reply. Louisville has issued a strong invitation to Wilson to speak there. We haven't noticed any invitations being extended ' to Bryan, however. PARLOR GROVE. Mr. Preston Hamic has moved to his farm, from Blair, W. Va. He purchased a nice horse from Mr: "'Foley, of Duncan and a cow from Mr. Armstrong Todd. Mr. Craig Sims, who has been ill for some time is slowly improving. Mrs. Lafe Leach, who has been quite ill, is better now. The work on the Pleasant View church has been stopped on account of the cold weather. Mr. Armstrong Todd has moved to Danville. Mesdames Ann Eliza Eubanks, Here in this sale you will find the identical-Ovecoats that you have admired so much this season, " eluding Collegian, Artcraft and other good ones. Let us show you. . McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD : Two fresbNo. 1 Jersey cows; one high grade roan bull calf, 8 months old, ready for service. W. R. Gaines, Crab Orchard. FOR SALE KENTUCKY 3-- 3t A Good One-- It has FOR SALE. 22 head of mules; have been worked; several nice pairs in the bunch. C. E. Gover, R. F. D. 2, Lancaster. 6-- 4p Genuine Oliver Plows Try our riding turning Oliver Plow. a three horse hitch; a rolling coulter to cut the stalks, running briars, etc. ; A weed hook that lays the tallest weeds in the furrow; A sod skinner to turn ynur sod. Take one on trial. Shep LOST. A brown ring-nec- k herd pup ; half grown ; reward for re turn to Oscar Holtzclaw, Stanford, 1 R. F. D. No. 1. 6-- and W. E. PERKINS, -- pairs . W. H. Higgins, Stanford ERJ More Cold Weather COMING Winter Is Just Getting Started Prepare for ft by Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL TSSi'iiiliBr 1 FOR SALE. Two beautiful Ma hogany Pianos, like new; fine tone; bargains, $125 each, cash. Address Florence Singleton, Bertha Padgett B. Greenup, 617 S. 2nd street, Louis 8 , and Miss Mazie Braswell have been ville, Ky. quite ill with grip but are better now. FOR SALE A few genuine buff Mr. J. B. Robinson and family, toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Ismoved to Lexington Tuesday of this land. Red Cockerels for sale also. week. Mrs.' R. H. Crow, Shelby City, or Miss Louetta Sims spent Thursday Stanford, R. D., No. 2. tf night with Miss Victoria Jones. Mrs. David Walls was calling on FOR SALE 3 Rockers, a nice friends at Kings Mountain Saturday. Dresser, wooden bedstead and set Miss Warren of Chestnut Ridgepis of springs, nice dining table, homevisiting her niece, Mrs. Jarret John- made kitchen cabinet, new 12x14 son. drugget and a lot of other houseQuite a number attended the. pub- hold and kitchen furniture at a lic sale held by Gene Gobch, of near bargain. See Ben Scanlon at teleWalnut Grove. Everything sold well. phone office. 4tf Mr. Gooch and family have moved to the north-wester- n part of Kansas. PLUMBING AND TINNING.T- -I Mrs. Katie Morris is on the sick plumbing and tinning list this week suffering from grip, am still in the anyone needing anybusiness and and neuralgia. line can get me at my Mrs. Mary Hamic spent Monday thing in that home. Phone 254. I will answer all with Mrs. David Walls. calls promptly and do your work well at a reasonable price. A. D. 4 itate of Obfo. City af Tcleio. Lucas County, ss. Parsons, Stanford. 3-1--- Crab Orchard GO- TO- - T. D. NEWLAND'S Opposite the Court-House, FRESH GROCERIES Try a Gallon of that Open Kettle New Orleans Mo. lasses and a Box of Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flourr Phoue No. 168. THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, 5-- 3c at Yard 14c Delivered J. U1- H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY .!--4 iJ?m3Mi Frank J. Cheney aiaees oatb tnat Is senior partner of tUe firm of I J. Cheney he Co., do& ing business In the City of Toledo. County, and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS- - for each and every case of Catarrh that .cannot be tured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this Cth day of December, A. D 1SS0. Seal. A. W. GLEASON. . Livery and Hauling Call Phone 249 and let us send our The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. " VJBJ VjI VJU p Notary Public".!; Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally" and jets directly upon the blood and mucous; surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. motor truck for your trunk, baggage or furniture. We have auto service bugor safe horses, nice, gies and carriages in our livery. Try us and you'll be pleased. up.-tord- ae BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Sold by all Druggists, 73c. 0. Take HaU's Family Pills for constipation. MASTERS & BOWYER Kentucky Stanford GEORGE H. FARRIS: H. $ J' The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 21, 1916. Mr. P. G. Warner has been a grip victim for several days; Mi's. Mat Young is very low at her home at Highland. Mrs. ueoigt; i". DeBorde, is out after a siege with the grip. D. A. Thomas, the insurance man, is visiting his homefolks at La Grange. Miss Mary Bailey is able to attend school again after a bad spell of the 1 grip. Dr. G. G. Perry is greatly improved, after his severe spell of pneumonia, his friends are glad to know. John C. Osborne, of Knoxville, Tenn., is here today with his wife, at her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren's. Miss Mary Noel, of Danville, has returned home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. James B. Wood at Paint Lick. M. B. Salin. Page .Five Condensed Statement of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK December 31, 1915. Stanford, Ky., Made Resources Loans, Stocks and Bonds $251,446.97 U. S. Bonds 50,000.00 Banking House & " Liabilities Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus earned 28,500.00 Undivided profits 941.20 Fund to pay taxes 600.00 Circulation 49,100.00 Deposits 202, 1 14.82 Bills payable LADIES ! Here Is Your Opportunity For Some REAL BARGAINS. As we are needing room for our New Spring Styles, we find that we have a number of Ladies' Suits,Skirfrs and Waists, Whose room and cases we need. In order to move them quickly we will offer them at formerly cashier of the ! State Bank & Trust Co., here, who has been making his home at Owen- Total Total $357,256.02 $357,256.02 ton, since leaving here, was in town sold up to $25; skirts In the lot were suits The Bank declared 3 per cent, payable on demand on business Thursday .j He went on to $10. We are offering these at a great re. to Middelsboro from here. Mr. J. S. Hundley has returned Wishing you a very Happy New Year, we We have paid taxes and expenses, declared duction. Just come and see for vourself. payable on dedividend of are, very truly, from a visit to friends and relatives mand, and there will remain $941.20 to UnPresident J. S. HOCKER I in tjuilitt county, tie spent some divided Profits; and $600 to Fund for Taxes. S. T. HARRIS time with friends in the city of LouisThe bank will pay 3 interest per annum, H. C BAUGHMAN Cashier ville. Danville Advocate. compounded January 1st, and July 1st, on W. W. SAUNDERS, E. C. Walton and Miss Lucy Lee Savings Accounts, and One Dollar" ($1.00) SALEM & SALEM. Bookkeeper J. R. HARRIS will open an account. The bank also pays inWalton are happily domiciled at the terest on Time Certificates. Whipp home on Lancaster street John C Robinson, S. T. Harris, C. R. ColeThe Bank solicits accounts both small and which they vacated a few weeks ago. T. K. Tudor is out after a severe , man, J. S. Hocker, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid, large, and rem the young and old; and Mrs. Walton is still in Louisville at Wm. Beck, H. C. Baughnrxn, J.. M. Pcttus, promises prompt and faithful attention to all tussle, with the grip. the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Mims, W. G. Gooch, J. C. Eubanks, Directors. business intrusted to it. Miss Sarah B. Hackley is at Hot ' who underwent a serious operation. Springs, N. C, for a short stay. Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth Mrs. B. Paxton attended the Givens entertained a few of their Kinnaird-For- J. wedding in Lancaster d friends at a five hundred party at Tuesday. their country home Tuesday evening. i Mrs. J. C. Eubanks has returned Miss Florence Dawes of Highland, Among those present were Misses Mr. and Mrs. Sam Raines have rePersonal and Social from a visit to her sister, Mrs. G. C turned from a visit to friends at went to Lancaster Friday morning to Virmnin Givpns Tfjitp T.trnn WnnH Rose in Lancaster. Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley and James visit relatives. Capt. B. F. Powell is quite ill at Lebanon. ShelMrs. Susan Yeager was the guest Harris. Messrs. W. S. Drye, Francis Mrs. Searcy Mobley went to his home west of Stanford. WOMAN'S CLUB NOTES Weatherford, Richard Denny, WilDr. and Mrs. W. F. Carter, of by City Thursday afternoon to visit of Mrs. W. R. Rice, of Louisville, The Third District of the Kenliam Grimes, Sam Harris, Jr., Ewalt this week. Brodhead, were guests last weelc of Miss Emily Murphy. tucky Federation of Woman's Clubs and George Givens. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Osborne, Mrs. Nora Goodnight, who has Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown. Those who attended the burial of has accepted the invitation of the Coe Moser, who has been sick for been on the sick list, is able to be and Mrs. R. A. Asbury, went to LanHarrodsburg Woman's Club to held caster Friday to visit their aunt, Miss Mrs. Jane Harris, of Louisville, here the past few months, is about able out again. Thursday, were: Mrs. Maggie Lord its midwinter meeting there on FriMr. and Mrs. H. P. Glasscox, and Jennie Duncan. to return to work. of Middlesboro and Mrs. Bessie Saun- day, January 28. Mrs. Cora Wilson Mrs. Sam Robinson and daughters, little daughter, spent several days Mrs. J. F. Cummins and Miss Ida ders, of Louisville, who were daugh- Stewart, chairman of the district, Rebecca and Freeda, who have been with relatives at Parksville this week. Pettus went to Lancaster Friday ters, and Mr. and Mrs. F. Kersting, will preside. Mrs. rJorris Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Sandidge, of morning to visit Miss Tommie Franill are both very much improved. BHKBMp!3 of Louisville. Her nephew, Con- president of the Kentucky FederaThe Piccadilly" Mrs. Martha Adams is confined to near Moreland, have returned home cis. women gressman Harvey Helm came from tion and other notable club velvet calf bal, $5 after a isit to Mr. and Mrs. R. M. her home with grip. Miss Lucille Gastineau, who was Washington to attend the funeral. will appear on the program. The Major Singleton, of Turnersville, Pitman, near Parksville. called home to Middlesboro. Friday Last Sunday's Courier-Journhad Harrodsburg club members will serve , v.. D. S. Riffe, of McKinney. brought i rt v,a ,,.;tv, ,a,. motor- was in town on business, Wednesday. vn a dispatch from Los Angeles, Cal., a noon day luncheon. A number of M. Owens and Will Lay of his sec- - auite :ii returned Monday. Miss Minnie Woods went to Paint jwhich is of interest here, where the members of the Stanford club plan Lick Thursday to visit relatives. tion, to town Wednesday to fix up Miss Mary Thomas Walker, daugh- - bride-to-b- e is well known. It said: to attend. Col. Cicero Reynolds, who has been the papers in their land deal. 1Tic? "H 1YT Walker, m rtf Pnv on Mn and Mrs wmjs Adams, of Los on the sick list for several days, is Mrs. Richard Albright, of Brod- has been on the sick list for several Angeles, announce . the engagement MRS. LOWNDES ON THE JOB. considerably improved now. head, went from here to visit her days- for better shoes, i of .their daughter. . Miss Elizabeth Mrs. Richard Tasker Lowndos,of-Danville-, Tlrs:" V. L."31c"Car"ty is back from mother Mrs. Henry Tharp, after beS. Fish, who travels for the rVmrtor. W. r. Amc. t andr ' was hostess on Wednesday a visit of a week to relatives at ing the guest of Miss Gertrude Burley Tobacco Company out of Wright Palmer, of Los Angeles. No comfort King's Mountain. Ashland, came in Wedn isday to ate has been set for the wedding. at a handsome luncheon given at the Capitol Hotel in Frankfort. Mrs. spend a few days with his family. . m;Co ALUUtllhJ ic o r,;aa nf AIXUkTUUlIlCJ AmS 0 u lilUV. U.L Mr. and Mrs. James H. Pruitt, ol Charles S. Nield and W. P. Lincoln, Lowndes is chairman of the LegislatjfWe are ready with Moreland, are the guests of their and with her parents formerly lived tive Committee of the State Federathe newest in Spring daughter, Mrs. W. D. Welburn and in Mt. Vernon, and is well known tion of Women's Clubs and her guests styles and can please were the members of her committee family. and popular in Kentucky's younger and several officers of the state fedyou in our special-showinMrs. W. T. Davis, who has been set. Mr. Palmer, formerly of Wash: eration. The table decorations were of Florsheim the guest of her brothers, W. L. ington, D. C, recently went to Los M. McCarty at Angeles, where he will make his of narcissus and ferns and the place and J. shoes, so that you will : , cards were in the suffrage colors of v Hall's Gap, returned to her home in home in the future. be convinced that this white and yellow. Covers were laid Pineville Thursday. should be your store and -(for twelve and the party included: Will Lay the McKinney the Florsheim your shoe. 9 has recentlyofreturned from section, Mrs. Morris Bartlett, Lawrenceburg; Middle-tow. Mrs-- Hardy Ripy, of Lawrenceburg; Ohio, where he made a visit to j Our aim is to make Mrs. Murray Hubbard, Covington; his son, Vomer Lay, who is in busiyou "at home" here and Mrs. R. A. McDowell, of Louisville; ness there and doing nicely. have those who wait upon Mrs. Aubrey Cossar, of Louisville; Mrs. Richard Albright, of Brodyou satisfy you in every reMiss Ama Van Meter, of Danville; head, and Miss Elizabeth Vermillion The arrival of a baby in the household Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith ; Mrs. spect; in personal attention of Danville, were the guests of Miss completely changes the entire aspect of Sam Shackelford, Mrs. W. T. Dand- as well as in merchandise. Gertrude Wilkinson. the future. But in the If your skin is pimply, muddy or rough. meantime, during the ridge, Mrs. Graham Vreeland, Mrs. Mrs. Sallie McRoberts, a sister of anxious period of ex- John South, all of Frankfort; Mr: Messrs. I. M. and J. E. Bruce, of all the face creams, salves and powders in kingdom pectancy, there is a ;plendid remedy known Richard Tasker Lowndes. this city, is very ill at her home at come won't make it clear and beautiful unless you as "Mother's Friend" Canton, Mo. that does wonders. It and are working right inside. ANOTHER OLD HERO GONE. is for external use, reMiss Anna Green Wood, who atlieves the pains of tends school here, became ill this Capt. John G. Doty, one of the best muscle OX" tl a ns inn-Week and had to be taken to her 1 soothe3 and quiets the lenown citizens of Garrard county, Eat a few figs and drink a little senna tea home near Maywood, where she re- - 1 tTthe internal died at the home of his son, John G. every night for two weeks. Avoid pie and greasy food. jI organs and removes to Doty, Jr., near Marksbury, Tuesday, j mains quite sick. rJSrtttaKl Miss Holtzclaw, who has been dencyt wS andap: aged 87 years. Bright's disease was Then come to us for the finest cold cream, teaching school at Logan's Creek, prehension. It is a natural treatment, safe the cause of his death. Capt. Doty nf. .. hn ... 1ivR .. Cilrfc P.v0v will for the mother, has no drug effect whatso- - was a gallant, hero of the Lost Cause, the most healing toilet soap, the safest tonic, the softest v.V..V, ..... ever and for this reason must exert a most "nter the Normal School at Rich- ceneucial influence upon those functions di- and did valiant service. He was for talcum and the most cleansing tooth soaps to be had. rectly connected with motherhood. In a mond Monday. very interesting book the subject is freely years a faithful member of the Paint His many friends were delighted discussed and a copy Mill be mailed free to Lick Presbyterian church, and funGet your senna leaves from us today. to see Lee Perkins on the streets all expectant mothers by Bradfield Regulator eral services were conducted by- his Co., 40C Lamar Bdg., Atlanta, Ga. Get a Wednesday. Mr. Perkins has made bottle of "Mother's Friend" today of any pastor, Rev. W. M. Eldridge Wednesyou a remarkable recovery. He has been druggist. Use as directed and half awill then day. Four children survive, three The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. know why mothers for nearly century improving fast recently, and hopes to have used and recommended tliis splendid aid sons and a daughter, all residents of to motherhood. Their letters are messages Garrard. J. W. ACEY, Proprietor. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist soon be himself again. Df cheer, that breathe comfort ia every word. other real estate Cash & due 'from banks 9,48285 46,326.20 26,000.00 VERY SPECIAL LOW PRICES that J semi-annu- al 3, Vice-Preside- nt The Bargain Store5 J ' 1 ! I al Try This Store proper fit tt.wi - a hta jjW A? f iSTv "Si ' g re, 3f A Mm N J n, Home How Is Your Complexion? Celebration of Wonder Interest ! I PHILLIPS I I ! f fcra0 j$elgj AW PHILLIPS - - TO THE GREAT HALF-PRIC- E SALE. s uits, Coats, Dresses, Waists And Skirts People who know that our statements are true are taking advantage of this chance. At Half the original price. SEVERANCE & SON, STANFORD l Nk f Page Six ' A M The Interior, Journa 1, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 21, 1916. II Indigestion May Be Due to Constipation NEGLECT OF IMPORTANT MAY SERIOUSLY FUNC-TION IM- PAIR THE HEALTH There are many people who believe they suffer from indigestion when their discomfort really is due to a constipated condition. Bloat, with its attendant mental depression, the belching of sour stomach gases, etc., are frequently due to inaction of the bowels. Relieve the congestion and the trouble usually disappears. The use of cathartics and purgatives should be avoided, however; these shock the system unnecessarily and, at best, their effect is but temporary. A mild laxative is far preferable. The compound of simple laxative herbs known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and sold in drug stores for fifty cents a bottle, is highly recommended. Mr. Benj. Bassin, 360 Madison St., Gary, Ind., thinks Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin a wonderful medicine; for four years he had a severe case of indigestion and constipation before trying Dr. Caldwell's sick-headac- X"X"- ""w1" IW Benj. Bassin. Syrup Pepsin, which he is glad to recommend to all who suffer with stomach and bowel trouble. A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin should be in every home for use when occasion arises. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 545 Washington St., Monticello, 111. very large crowd was present, regardless of the severe cold weather. We are having quite a little bit of grip and pneumonia in our community. Miss Ella Hoskins has been quite sick with the grip. Mr. Hamp Mahan, of Williamsburg is visiting his sister, Mrs. Nannie Smith. Mr. Willy Greer has been quite sick for some time. Miss Roxie Spangler has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in BEECH GROVE. We are having very severe cold weather at the present time. Rev. Baird was called as pastor of Beech Grove church for the year 1916. He filled his first appointment on the third Sunday in January. A Do You Feel Headachy? Look To Your Stomach. It is an unusual thing for a druggist to sell medrine under a guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure. Yet this is the way G. L. Penny, the popular druggist, is selling the standard dyspepsia remedy. Never before has he had so large a number of customers tell him that a medicine has been successful as People who a few with ago looked like walking skelmonths etons have put on flesh and today are ruddy and vigorous with perfect digestion and good health. There is no longer any need for anyone suffering or making their friends suffer on account of dyspepcan always be relied sia. upon. The percentage of cures is so great .that, there is little risk to Mr Penny in guaranteeing to return the money if the medicine does not relieve. And he stands ready to do so without any questions. Headaches, all forms of indigestion, specks before the eyes, dizzy feelings, and all forms of liver trouble are helped by A few days' treatment should show considerable gain in health while a complete coure often follows rapidly. 6,8 Mi-o-n- a, Mi-o-n- Virginia. Mrs. Mary Shaw has been quite sick. Misses Jennie and Lucy Smith visited their friend, Miss Bertha Davis last week. Mr. George Perkins of Pulaski county was the caller of Miss Sidney Hoskins Saturday and Sunday. a. Hazel, the little daughter of John Hunter has been quite sick. Miss Virgie Payne visited her cousin, Miss Anna Elam th,is week. Mrs. Nannie Smith has returned Mi-o-- na w V- - . from a pleasant visit to her sister at Jackson, Tenn. Miss Jennie Smith is visiting her sister, Mrs. Stevens, on Stingy Creek this week. John McGinnisTemains about the same. Mr. Smith, of Watt's Chapel, has moved in our midst to the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Robinson. Mr. Frank Lykens is much improv- . ed at this writing, we are glad to ! Miss Lena Webb, of Tennessee, a music teacher, has returned to Mesdames H. A. B. Marksbury and Lancaster and again assumed conH. Clay Sutton have been in Dan- trol of the musical department in the ville visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis High School. Landram. Wesley Simpson, one of the interDr. Frank Cheek fllled the pulpit esting triplets of Mr. and Mrs. Wesat the Presbyterian church Sunday ley Simpson, of Lower Garrard, died morning and evening. at the home of his parents, after a tempera- protracted illness. The decided change in Mrs. Harriet White has returned ture, the drop to zero weather will be quite beneficial so the sick and i to her home in Nashville after a drive out some of the grip germs. lengthy visit with her niece, Miss Rev. C. E. Shoke of Lexington, Emma Doty. Miss Lilly Mae Sutton entertained will preach at New Antioch church a number of young friends at her the third Sunday in this month. home near Antioch. Most delightful Miss Harriet Crouch, who was one refreshments were served the guests. of the attractive bride's maids at the VanMeter-Dul-y wedding at WinchesFROM A FRIEND OUT WEST ter, is here for a visit to Mrs. R. E. Tucson, Ariz., Jan.15. McRoberts. Dear Interior Journal You will Mr. Joe McCormack, of Hender-sonvill- remember me again as Mrs. Hobbs, N. C, has been here visit- and I am enclosing you a check for ing his sisters, Mesdames James my subscription with 10 cents for ex- j change also. A few years ago when Ramsey and W. O. Goodloe. you first took over the I. J., you had Miss Leota Ray is in Frankfort for a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Mans-for- a note something like this. Most j people when they get their home pa Miss Jennie Lackey who has been per, glance over the headlines and it there is no death, no murders, no big ill with the grip, is improving. Mrs. Anne Crouch, wife of Mr. J. fires or something of like nature, W. Crouch, died at her home at East they say the old paper never does Bernstadt, after a short illness of have anything in it any more. No pneumonia. Besides her husband, one could ever think such a thing if they read your issue of Jan. 7th. It she leaves three small children. days illness of pneu- nob only brings to me the death of After a few monia, Mrs. Rhoda Ralston, died at my own dear sister, Mrs. J. H. Rigs-bbut of many others, some of her home in Paint LlcK, age 72 years. One daughter, Mrs. Bettie whom I have known since childhood; Griggs, and three sons, Thomas, as well as the news of the terrible acReuben and James Ralston survive cident of Fred Bell in losing his limb her. The funeral was conducted by at Corbin. I have taken the I. J. Rev. Eldridge and held at the Old for 35 years and Mr. Hobbs for years Paint Lick Presbyterian church,- - of before we were married. I have been which she had long been a member. in the West for 14 years and the I. There remain quite a number of J. has been a message to me from sufferers from the grip in many home regularly. My friends have grown careless and fail to write, but homes. High School the I. J. never fails or disappoints The. pupils in the have been busy preparing for this me. A prosperous New Year and long may the I. J. live. Always with week's examinations. Mrs. John E. Stormes presided at a kind remembrance, Mrs. J. C. a most inviting course luncheon at Wheat, 1104 E. 9th Street, Tucson, her handsome home on last Thurs- Arizona. day. The apartments were artistically decorated with red and green. OUR JITNEY OFFER This and 5c. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this Rev. A. J. Clere united in marparsonage Mr. ' slip, enclose with five cents to Foley riage at the Baptist Lee Tracy and Miss Martha Dewey & Co., Chicago, 111., writing your Thornton, of the Hebron section of 'name and address clearly. You will rial package conj receive in return a the county. Mr. D. C. Saunders entertained taining Foley's Honey and Tar Comthe Board of Supervisors at a most pound, for coughs, colds and croup. elaborate course dinner at his home Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathar-'ti- c Tablets. Sold everywhere. on Danville street. LANCASTER. e, , GASTORIA 1fe$SLJ nrrn g For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought JlLCOHOr. 1 T1?0 AVegelahlcPreparationlbrAs-similatiiigtteFootfandRegula-tin- Ute Siornaclis andBawclsof cjjLvygtvrttiMnn:ia.-Prnmnfpsnicfpstfnnnioorfitl- i Bears the Signature : f Of fl w - nps::inrlRpfrnnhJnctipiihir OpiiuTi.Mcrplitnc norMiaeraL of U1 JKAtftUllU d. m m rlN'.-- SeafecOldlhM'UMtHlim jllxSeznai' Jlczpka Seed" .YaWK1 ffiS'B l.2S rn JSllurknwSi&i KtraSitd- CtcnGtd In Sarr WSJ?!? JB'UW &2 3"'taal I r, Apcrfect Remedy for Constipation , Sour Storoach.D!arrtaa "YVorras,Comnlsions.Feverish- uess amllOSS OF SLEEP. TacSmai Signaicre of .-- fF m 4u Use Fdr Over $ . y, The Ce:;taur Compact, ctfi?e irj-i- fl - mm ;j.n - jlvj-ia- i Thirty Years in Exact Oopy of Wrapper THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NCW TrCHA CtTY. wmm&&9tiem&&s hJMRLyMSS Sga3ffS5gEra535 Stanford Colored Delinquent $ Adams, Pattie H&L Adams, Richard, H&L Baughman, Buck 2 acres land Broaddus, Harve H&L List Kreuger. Ed 64 acres 4.97 6.03 7. 10 Klebs, Chas., 60 acres Papenhag'en, 45 acres 10.2S 5. 25 80.50 5. 65 Parks, Conrad 221 acres Crab Orchir'l ColqretDsIinquent List 9. 22 3. 65 Anderson, Jesse 1 acre 4.24 5. 771 Buchanan, Elima 1 acre 3.91 1. 351 Buchanan, Dick 1 acre 3.91 4. 9SJ Curtis, Fred (nr) 6 acres 4.5T 6. 56 Delaney, Alfred A., 5 acres. 5.63 I Burdette, Jas. (nr) 6 acres. . Burnside, John 3 acres.. Carson, W. A. (nr 1 acre Carson, Boney 1 acre Embry, Fleece H&L Embry, Sam hrs H&L Hays, Polly H&L Harris, Walter 1 acre Harris, Willis , H&L T&L Hocker, Andex-sonHocker, Joe, Sr., admr (Chas. Stephens) 2 acres 2. 2. 00' 4. 65 3. 25 3. 92 Mi-o-n- a. state. Sunday school at Beech Groe, Sunday, January 23, 1916 at two o'clock. , Everybody come. " $4.0 0 ONE YEAR $2.00 MONTHS 6 Courier - Jouri lal DAILY BY MAIL (NOT SUNDAY) and FARM and FAMILY A Great Monthly Magazine During January and February Only Special Rate Period Limited to these Two Months SPLENDID COMBINATION at a LITTLE -- S OVER HALF THE REGULAR PRICE Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-JournAgent in this district. v al E. L. Stanford, Kentucky REINHART Courier-Journal Company, Louisville, Ky. 6.30 Mullins, W. B., 50 acres 2.33 Mullins, Sarah 3 acres McElfresh, Bud (nr) 50 acres 3.65 32.45 McKee, J. B., 310 acres ... 6,30 'McCoy, C. B., 45 acres" McKinney Mrs. Sarah 81 acres 5.35 8.03 Nolan, Edward 71 acres 7.36 Newcomb, W. M., 1 acre "Notice is hereby given that I, or Ott, George W., lift acres 11.85 one of my deputies, will, on Osterman. W. M., 28 acres .... 6.55 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1916, Padgett, Oliver 3 acres 4.30 at 1 :30 o'clock P. M., at the door of Parsons, Henry (nr) 50 acres.. 5.00 10.55 the court house in Stanford, Lincoln Payne, C, 30 acren county, Kentucky, expose to public Parker, George L., 17 acres .... 5.07 5.25 sale for cash in hand, the following Pittman, M., 37 acres 3.25 described property, or so much there- Rector, Martin, 30 acres of as may be necessary to pay State, Reynolds, Mrs. E. J., 100 acres 6.30 17.45 County, School and State Road Tax ilice, Mrs. W. A., 51 acres 10.55 due thereon and unpaid and the in- Riley, W. T 150 acres 4.60 Rogers, F .A., 20 acres terest, penalty and costs thereon. 10.38 Singleton, W. H., 64 acres J. G. WEATHERFORD, 3.25 Sheriff Lincoln County. Singleton, E. S., 20 acres Smith, Mrs. Eva 164 acres .... 7.53 Waynesburg, White List wcres 4.80 Acton, J. W., (nr) 74 acres....$ 6.30 Skidmore, Clara 1838 acres 5.10 Skidmore, W. D., 8.95 Acton, John (nr) 74 acres 2.00 Allen, Mrs. Alice 175 acres.... 22.28 Sutton, R. G., 12 icres 4.26 Ashley, W. B. 36 acres 14.20 Sorrel, R. E., 8 acres 28.50 Baugh Hen, 8 acres 9.38 Speakes, O. G., 60 acres 8.30 Ball, Mrs. H. P. 42 acres 4.25 Trimble, Milton H&L 9.30 Walls, Hayden J., 28 acres .... 4.02 Bastin, M. T 84 acres Bell, J. F., 46 acres 7.90 Walls, Martha E., 25 acres.... 1.67 4.60 13.19 Walls, S. H.. 20 acres Bauman, John 24 acres 29.10 Walker, H. H., 150 acres 1.98 Burleson. Lena house and lot 15.85 Bryant, T. L., 1 acre 3.92 Warfield, L. S., 94 acres 22.20 Williams, J. R., 104 acres K. S., 72 av.res 4.33 Burchel, 13.28 Carolina, Otto (nr) 50 acres.. 253 Woodie, R. A., 110 ::cres 15.85 Woodie, A. W., 100 acres 13.80 Carter, J. H., Jr., 95 acres 10 4.25 Cartel, John J., 87 acres 17.05 Young, Charley 57 acres 9.22 acres Yocum, B. Y., 6.57 Carriett, C, 100 acres 4.05 Conley, Mrs. Ina 13 acres 1.35 Yocum, Thos., 36 acres Kennard, Howard 142 acres.... 20.10 G. W., 84 acres Coleman, 10.22 Chamberlain, D. C, 50 acres . 4.58 Ross, W. D., (nr) 129 acres.... 10.30 4.45 acres Chambers, J. M., 1 cere 4.60 Ross, C. G., 25 121 acres 17.96 Cook, J., (nr) 2 acres 5.00 Webb, Richard Cook, Mrs. J. M. 4 acres 4.71 Waynesburg Colored List Coker, A. G., 60 acres 8.41 Hays, Millie 5 acres land S 1.67 Denham, J. 'P., 9 .cres 5.25 Mullins, Jessie 2 acres 3.92 Dotson, M. L., 40 acres 6.45 Stanford White Delinquent List Delaney, Phil 1 acre 5.48 EsbratH, E. M., (nr) 100 acres 12.93 Bauman, Fred house and lot....?10.40 Eubanks, Mrs. Elizabeth 60A. 6.56 Baugh, Mrs. Ansel, 53 acres.... 7.62 3.25 Faulkner, Mrs. A. G. 85 acres 22.15 Blankenship, J. T., H&L. Floyd, James acres 4.65 Burke, Mrs. Mary D., 18 acres 20.87 20.40 Fischer, Mrs. Chas. J. 1 acre.... 5.00 Burdette, S. L., H&L. 7.53 Francis hrs., 204 acres 16.90 Brittain, Fred, 13 acres Florence, James 1 acre 4.25 Bowen, Elijah (nr) 16 acres .. 16.77 Florence, J. F., 15 acres 5.48 Buffalo Cemetery Co., 2 acres 14.32 Gourley, Mrs. Sarah 25 acres 1.58 Dyehouse, Will (nr) 4 acres.... 7.97 6.00 Gooch, Almira, 54 acres 2.45 Goode. Mrs. Joe L., H&L 22.15 Gooch Supply Co., H&L. 18.80 Hail. Mrs. M. A. exr H&L Gooch, Mrs. Nannie 2 acres.... 2.33 Hughes, Joseph, 4 acres 7.62 Gofr,-H.- . 19.15" Hocker, Mrs. Jessie (nr) H&L 2.35 134 acres 5.25" Holtzclaw, B. D., 1 acre 40.22 Green, J. R., 35 acres 22.50 11.30 Johnson, C (nr) 450 acres Greer, B. J., 70 acres 24.52 Griffith, E. L. (nr) 31 acres.... 11.60 Kincaid. W. P.. H&L Grant, W. M., (nr) 70 acres.... 5.00 Lightner, Mrs.Mattie (nr)33 a 19.20 2.23 Lutes, Myers & Co., 75 acres.. 11.60 Hatfield, Haley 15 acres 23.85 Merrideth, O.F., (nr) 13 acres 4.31 Hart, J. A., 58 acres 5.92 Martin, Mrs. Tobitha 15 acres 3.65 Harris, J. C, 70 acres 2.95 10.55 Manuel, Tom 5 acres Hiatt, B. D., 47 acres Horton, J. T., 114 ceres 10.40 Moore, J. W., (nr) .116 acres0 4.31 Holbrook, W. V., 84 acres bal 5.30 McCormack, Mrs. Laura 60A 40.75 2.33 Herald, Rev. J. N. ?0 acres 13.20 McCormack hrs 40 acres 7.62 Hutchison, B. D., 30 acres 4.20 Nichols & Reynolds 180 A .. 7.12 Henry, Solon (nr) 50 acres.... 2.33 Perkins, Sim 28 acres bal Jones, A. W. 60 acres 11.88 Poynter, J.H.&E.C. 100 acres 19.35 9.56 Killion hrs (nr) 72 acres 8.95 Rice, Stephen, 2 H&Ls Kishup. Fred 85 acres 6.13 9.22 Rout, Frank H&L bal 4.33 Lane, W. F., H&L 19.26 Robinson, Mrs. Rosa H&L Lee, J. A., (nr) 73 acres 7.63 Shoemaker, W.F., 85 acres bal 12.30 Lewis, Chas., H&L 3.30, Sweeney, J. D., (nr) 2 H&Ls.. 8.80 bal Lewis, Normo 10 aires 3.75 Stewart, Mrs.Malinda 25 acres 2.60 acres 2.35 Leach, Thos., Jr., 3 acres 2.80 Sponamore,J.M.&A.L.72 Long, E. T., 70 acres 13.20, Warrenr Mrs. Walter 219 acres 63.98 and H&L bal maiiory, jr. n., inrj u acres 9.62 Marlow, French 176 acres 18.25 Walker, Gre,en Clay nr)l acre 1.65 Murphy, W. M., 80 acres ........ 17.50 Yeager, Mrs. James H&L 9.90 5.77 Merritt, D., 1 acre 4.95 Young, H. G., 10 acres Miracle, E. L., 150 acres -- 19.55 9.90 Carpenter sisters, 1 lot 9.90 Merideth, James 34 acres 7.60 Horton, E. E.', H&L SHERIFF'S SALE For State, County, State Road and School Tax 2. 32 6. 56 Helm, Lee, H&L 2. 33 Jones, Agnes H&L 8. 95 Jones, Pearl, 3 H&Lo S. 83 Logan, W. L., 1 acre 4, .60 Logan, Jim 12 acres 1. 35 Logan, Mariah 5 acres 3, .00 Lackey, Wm, estate H&L 4, ,30 Lackey, Will, 2 acres 4, .60 Lackey, Will, 1 acre 3, ,25 Miller, Geo., 1 acre 4, ,98 Mullins, Logan 2 acres 10, ,27 Pennington, Bud 70 acres 8, .95 Ross, Squire, 3 acres 6, ,25 Ross, Alex 2 acres 2. ,22 Stuart, Silas hrs 2 acres 4. .25 Stuart, Mary Cinda 4 acres Simpson, Millie hrs 4 acres.... 1. ,55 6. .45 Simpson, Elias 33 acres 3, .65 Smith, Lucy, 1 acre 4, .92 Simms, Tom 20 acres Thurmond, Dick, hrs 40 acres 3. .65 Whitley, Logan hrs 17 acres.... 2, 33 14.25 Gieszl, Mrs. Rosa H&L Gieszl, Emil (nr) 133 acres.... 32.85 116.04 Gieszl, Gus 457 acres 3.80 Harris, J. S., 30 acres Hays, Mrs. Mollie 73 acres.... 7.62 Hays, J. C, Sr., acres bal 4.8? 4.19 Harlow, Billy 12 acres 20.86 Helton, Wm. 150 acres 8.02 Helton, J. C, 40 acres Hicks, Mrs. Anne 52 acres .... 2.34 Hines George (nr) 20 acres.... 1.90 Holmes, John W. 796 acres.... 277.92 7.62 Holmes & Baker 11 acres Holmes, D. V., 125 acres ...... 42.56 10.32 Hopkins, Mack 33 acres Hopkins, Mrs.Sarah (nr) H&L 5.44 12.13 I. O. O. F. lodge H&L. 3.91 Kidd, Charley 20 acres 3.76 King, Wm. 2 acres 1.67 Lane, Mrs. Eliza H&L. Lane, W. E., (nr) 7 acres .... 67.25 2.93 Ladlislin, B., 7 acres Ledford, F. B., 62 acres bal.... 15.89 6.30 Lewis, Morgan, 10 acres Lockowitzz. Louis 118 acres.... 12.31 Masonic lodge Preachersville 3.22 acre 18.27 Monday, Joseph 84 acres 11.60 Moes, Joe (nr) 100 acres McAlister, J.W., (nr) 20 acres 1.27 11.63 Magee, Mrs. Kate H&L McCarley, Mrs. Lizzie H&L.... 8.95 Osborn, Mahalia, hrs 50 acres 2.98 5.91 Payne, Wm. 2 acres 5.91 Petrey, J. D., 10 acres 12.10 Price, Jas. R., 40 acres 3.91 Rigsby, Grover 1 acre Riddle, Mrs. Addie, (nr) H&L 8.89 3.91 Rodgers, George 3 acres 3.91 Rogers, John 7 acres 44.09 Sanders. L. L., H&L. Sinerleton. Chas. H., 61 acres 46.79 6.56 Sigler, W. J., (nr) H&L Smith. Mrs. J. L., 100 acres... 4.97 9.53 Simpson, J. L., 100 acres 3.66 StepKens, James 25 acres Steinbergen, J. D. 50 acres bal 3.65 15.84 Taylor, Jas., (nr) 3 acres 3.26 Taylor, Jas., 1 acre Weisling, Mrs. Christine (nr) 40 : 14.25 acres .. Webber, Henry 65 acres 6.56 3.06 Wren, A. A., 6 acres Crab Orchard White Delinquent List Adams, Chas. H., 241 acres $25.11 4.58 Anderson, J. L.. 30 acres 1.43 Anderson Mrs. Dave 8 acres 2.99 Allen, John (nr) 85 acres 4.27 5aker, Presley '( acres 7.04 Baker, Dick H&L 2.32 Bastin. A. H.. (nr) 40 acres 2.32 Bishop, Noah 50 acres Brown, A. xs., 15 acres 3.60 Burge, Dave (nr) 1 acre 2.59 4.14 Bobbitt, Col. F. F. 1 acre Chappel, Tom 90 acres 6.17 Denny, Oscar 12 acres 3.60 3.91 Dishon, Robert, 4 acres 2.99 Elder, Richard 20 ecres 4.58 Frazier, Robert 15 ucres 8.23 Frith, T. S., (nr) 79 acres 10.58 Gorn, John 15 acres 4.97 Grant Mrs. D'ave 240 acres 18.08 Gutman, Wm. 56 acres 2.32 Fish, Catherine B. H&L 4.5T Guest, Harry 2 acres Havs, Sarah 1 acrs 1.26 2:32 Humber, Sallie 2 acres Lee, Thos. & sisters 2 acres.... 3.91 2.94 Mullins, John 1 acre 4.18 Owsley, George 40 acres 2.99 Vanderveer, Geo. hrs 3 acres Welch, Will, Jr. (nr) 1 acre 4.57 2.32 Welch, Nancy, H&L. Welch, Charley 16 acres 5.24 Whitley, Mary 1 acre 2.32 1.35 Woods, Patsy 1 acre Hustonville White Delinquent List Bastin, George 1 ?cre $ 4.95 Blackerby, R. P.. 60 acres 9.10 Burgin; W. 3.- -1 &Ls... Brawner, C. R., estate H&L 12.60 Compton, Mrs. L. C. 2 acres 8.95 Konrader, John 63 acres 7.09 Clarkson, Sam (nr) H&L 4.57 Childers, Q. C. 56 2.80 Durham, J. J., H&K 7.68" Fashauner, Andy 1 acre Ts. 2.94 Gibson, Jason 1 acre 91 Haley, Dolly 6 acres 2.32 Haley, Jamania 1 acre 6.30 HustonvilleMasonic lodgeH&L 14.25 Howard, E. M., 50 acres 16.85 Jesse, J. L., H&L 5.24 Johnson, Richard, H&L 2.32 Johnson, Thomas J., H&L 6.83 Kenney, T.W. (nr) 230 acres 8.95 Land, John 15 acres 6.30 Leaper, Sam 18 acres. 7.23 Lutes, Mrs. John 2 acres 12.66 McClure, C. K., 2 atres&H&L 19.85 McKinney Milling Co H&L 40.75 Minks, Jas. H., 50 "teres bal 3.65 Moore & Scudder 40 acres 7.62 Reid, John 72 acres 9.21 Reid, Charley. 26 acres 6.30 Reichenbach Ernest (nr) 137A 40.75 Reynerson, Tom(nr) H&L 2.11 Root, A. D. (nr) 5f acres 1.67 Selmar, F. W. (nr) 60 acres.. 6.30 Sherrod, J. A., 3 acres 6.5G Sluder, Mrs. Polly 3 acres. 1.35 Smith, Edgar 1 acre 3.91 Smith, Zora, 6 acres 15.84 -- M1 .L. -- Ill Walls, Mack H&L 4.57 Wesley, Dr.Jas 190 acres bal 28.43 Yocum, M. H., 1 acre 3.59 Hustonville Colored Delinquent List Stanton, John P., 2 acres Sweeney. Mrs. Ann (nr) 65 A Vinson, Wm. (nr) H&L Smith, C. C, 2 H&Ls Smith, Shelton, 3 acres Smith, O. C, 1 acre 24.59 3.65 4.97 4.26 9.63 2.32 Alcorn, James 1 ace $ Anderson, Green 2H&Ls Armstrong Charley H&L Armstrong, George H&L Bruce, Gill 1 acre Capps, Marion 1 acre Carpenter, Albert (nr) 3 acres Carpenter, Jake (nr) 1 acre.... Culp, Malina 6 acres bal Cooper, Jennie H&L. Durham, Bob admr 1 acre Gooch, Ed 10 acres Givens, Ellen hrs 25 acres Givens Horton, H&L Hocker, Sam hrs 5 acres Hocker, Page 5 acres bal Helm, Jennie 1 acre Hoffman, Goode, Mollie, H&L 4.97 5.24 6.56 4.57 3.59 2.32 2.04 3.92 2.99 5.09 2.99 2.99 2.85 7.65 3.91 3.39 2.32 Sallie H&L 3.39 I. 0. 0. F. lodge room 1 acre 5.08 Jenkins, Jake H&L 10.54 Jordan, Laura H&L , 1.53 Lyons, Will 1 acre 3.91 Morton, Dan 4 acres 3.91 1.67 Morton, John 6 acres McCormack, Alfred 4 acres.... McCormack, Arch 1 acre McGill, Eph, 2 acr Owens, Willis 12 acres Patton, Will, Sr., 190 acres .... Patton, Newman 11 acres Riffe & Jones 2 H&Ls bal Singleton, Clay 3 acres Singleton, Frank, 1 acre Simpson, Harry 5 acres. Smith, Will H&L Steele, George 1 acre Trice, Mitchell H&L Wilkerson, Marv E H&L Weatherford, Winnie H&L.. Welch, James H&L. , Wisdom Temple. No. 90 H&L 4.58 4.58 3.26 23.53 6.97 3.52 5.64 4.58 3.92 3-.- 7.36 3.26 4.71 2.99 3:65 2.32 5.38 6.30 - J!--- r -- ':. jst ' tVW3'k "J - WTff 7" - r '. 'J MS f -- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: 'Friday, January 21, 1916. Page Seven PAINS IN SIDE AND BACK How Mrs. Kelly Suffered and How She was Cured. Burlington, Wis. "I was very irregular, and had pains in my side and back, but after taking Lydia E. Pinkham's pound Tablets and using two bottles of the Sanative Wash I am fully convinced that I am entirely cured of these troubles, and feel better all over. I know your remedies have done me worlds of good and I hope every suffering woman will give them a trial." Mrs. Anna ton, Wis. The many convincing testimonials constantly published in the newspapers ought to be proof enough to women who suffer from those distressing ills peculiar to their sex that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the medicine they need. This good old root and herb remedy has proved unequalled for these dreadful ills; it contains what is needed to restore woman's health and strength. HUSTONVILLE Francis Weatherford came over from Stanford Saturday evening, accompanied by his father and returned Sunday evening. Tol Timberlake of Milledgeville, was in town Saturday morning on business. Dr. Chase, now of Lexington, came down Friday to be here for a short time, collecting back accounts which are due him for his practice among us. We are in hopes that he has good success, for the doctor has been under medical treatment for a good while, and has been unable to practice his profession. Dr. Childress came home Friday from Louisville where he had been attending a medical meeting for a few days. Quite a number from here witnessed the strange meteor which was vis-- , ible throughout this section of the state. Some of our people are superstitious enough to think that a ( great calamity will befall us as a re sult of this strange meteoric movement. James Crowder and Dick Phillips, of Liberty, were here a short while last week on their way to Danville. Fox & Bright, of Boyle county, received of W. C. Floyd last week, 22 head of extra good mules, which were delivered at Moreland and shipped to the southern market on fast freight. Mrs. Will Riffe is still ill with grip. Will is able to be about, but is feeling rather tough. Squire J. K. Helm and wife on the Middleburg pike were in town Saturday evening and informs us that he has purchased a new 1916 model Ford, of Anderson Bros, at Stanford and has it at home ready for use just as soon as the roads get a little better. The grip patients are getting along nicely, though some are quite ill yet. Our pliysicians have been kept very busy for the past three weeks with the sick, most all of whom have been laid up with the grip and pneu- monia. Some oi tnese patients are showing quite an improvement while there are several serious cases reported in the surroundings. Nearly a third of the pupils at the graded school were confined to their home last week with the grip. five-passeng- er SOUTHERN DRUG AN APPRECIATED LETTER. MERCHANT MIKES UNUSUAL STATEMENT Great Business Losses Due to Neglect Guilford, Mo., Jan. 10 Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky.: Inclosed find one dollar to pay for your presence in my home for another year. I made your acquaintance some forty-fiv-e years ago, having had the pleasure of meeting you once and Since I can't make ud my mind to forsake you in I was' going to say, old age but that would not be appropriate, I do not think, for you appear to have more life, vim and vigor than when younger. True, you don't mention familiar names as frequently as you once did. However, I realize that many of those whom I was familiar with fifty years ago, are not there now. Yet there arc a few whom I was once fairly familiar with in the West End about Hustonville and McKinney, for instance: Cousin Rosa twice-a-week. Treat Coughs and Colds At Once Dangerous Bronchial and Lung Ailments Often Follow Neglected Colds. Dr. King's New Discovery Instantly Relieves and Breaks Up the most Stubborn and , Hard Colds. Vegetable Com- We catch cold because our system has become weakened and finds itself unable to throw off the Cold germs. Nature in some cases will effect a cure ; but generally, without aid we get worse. How much wiser to help nature fight and expel these cold germs ! For this purpose there, is no better remedy than Dr. King's New Discovery. It is composed of Pine Tar mixed with laxatives and healing balsams. It is antiseptic. The instant Dr. King's New Discovery comes in contact with the germs, they die or leave. Your cough lessens, the irritation is soothed and you begin to get better at once. Don't take the risk of serious sickness. Take Dr. In use King's New Discovery. over 45 years and guaranteed all the time. All druggists. W. WITHERS MILLER Kelly, 710 Chestnut Street, Burling- JLynn, Mass., If there is any peculiarity in your case requiring special advice, write the Lydia E. Pink-ha- m Medicine Co. (confidential), for free advice. Drug Company, Richmond, Va., is authority for the following extraordinary statement: "I estimate that the business men of this country could increase their efficiency fully ten per cent by taking an occasional laxative and not neglecting the bowels as most of them do," He also said that if the Department of Commerce in Washington would present each business man in the country with a box of Rexall Orderlies, it would be of great benefit to the national welfare. Rexall Orderlies are prompt in action, pleasant to take and never gripe, can be used by men, women or children, and are just the thing for toning up sluggish livers. President of the Polk-Mill- er B. McKinney, Miss Black Givens, Dr. Alcorn, Arch Frye, George M. Giv ens and others. One of which your Per Cent FARM LOANS CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle 5 the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. We have PENNY'S DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE W. M. McKinney came here from Danville Friday, where he had been all week as a witness in the Gran ville Cecil will case which was about half through. It is costing the coun ty of Boyle quite a neat sum to hear this case. John Spears sold his tobacco at Danville last week at a considerable loss, and he swears that he will never raise another pound as long as he lives, but he is apt to catch the fever in the spring and will probably be one of' the first to make preparations for sowing a tobacco bed. Riley King, of Moreland was here Saturday morning on business and says he is now living easy," as he is drawing $300 a year from Uncle Sam and says he can live 0. K. on correspondent from Hustonville spoke of as "Aunt Bett Jones." I says to my wife: "Lew, that's Bettie Busby, as "Certainly," she replied. "But they call her 'Aunt,' " said I. "They only call old people 'Uncle' and 'Aunt' " she said. "I was thinking," my wife says, "Aunt Bett's as old as you are." "No," I said to her, "I am one or two years the older, guessing at it." But.11! won't say how old I am, riot that I care to tell my age but Aunt Bett. might be like a woman that 1 was introduced to some months ago. After being told whose daughter she was, "Oh," says I, "certainly I remember of meeting your father and years ago when mother forty-fiv- e you were a little girl." She threw her hands up and said, "Hush, you will tell my age." She was a widow. You will please excuse me for writing this. The day is cold. I have been by the fire all day. Knowing my time was about up on the paper, I thought I would send you another year's subscription. So gooduse-to-be- Real Estate For Sale The Following is a Partial List of Our Properties For Sale: No. 78. A Fine Business Opportunity. The famous McKinney, Kentucky, Canning plant for sale. Main factory contains over 9,000 square feet floor space; large engine room dwelling aland so on place; about $3,000 worth of machinery and over $500 worth of cans on hand and about $150 worth of boxes. Capacity from 500 to 800 bushels per day. Tomatoes in this locality can be contracted for at 18 to 20 cents per bushel. The best tomato in the state is put on the market from this factory. This property must be sold right away to wind up the estate of former owner. Price for all including brand and good will is so low that it wouldn't begin to put buildings and machinery on the place, to say nothing of vacant lot and dwelling. The former owner before his death easily cleared from $2,500 to $3,000 per annum. A golden opportunity for some one. Ask any wholesaler in Louisville or Lexington about this brand. Act quickly if you want it. It will uot be on the market long at this price. For full particulars, write or see Hughes & McCarty, Stanford. No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of 42 acres right on pike; has house, barn, etc; place well watered and fenced; for a quick sale, $70 per acre and easy terms. This is good strong soil and worth more money but must be sold. e No. 28. 2 farm, 4 miles from Stanford on good pike, splendid community and no better soil mthe county; residence, tenhalls, porches, etc. Two-rooant huse, new tobacco barn and all other necessary outbuildings; close to church and school and splendidly fenced and watered. Over half of this place in grass. Price $100 per acre, a third down and balance in 1, 2 and 3 years. No. 30. 106 acres of land located right at a good railroad station; residence, one old barn and one new 30x50, with shed on each side; crib, smokehouse, etc; well watered and fenced. Good orchard; about 40 acres of this place in cultivation and balance for grazing. This is a bargain for $50 per acre and terms right. No. 32. 225 acres 5 miles from Stanford on good turnpike; has two good dwellings 2 large tobacco barns. These are extra large barns, one being 48x120 and the other 38x108 and both 20 feet to eaves. This is a good tobacco and hemp farm; will sell as a whole or will divide into two farms. Will price as a whole or make price on divide. No. 38. Two storerooms in the heart of Stanford. Best location in town and both are always rented. These rooms are a splendid investment and always pay a good dividend after taxes, insurance and repairs are paid. Will make a price on these that will interest you. No. 44. 234 acre farm 1 2 miles from one of the best towns in central Kentucky and only 2 miles from good railroad station; right on pike and in graded school district; all in grass except 4 acres and about 170 acres being in blue grass sod; no better watered farm in the state; fencing y good; has a large frame residence, large barns, etc. This land will grow anything you put on it; it is an ideal stock farm; magnificent home; splendid community; in the richest part of county. Price $100 per acre; terms right. No. 48 324 acres, 2 miles from Stanford on good pike; most of this farm is in grass; besides the residence there is a good stock and tobacco barn, 36x80; cribs, etc; fencing good; and always an abundance of water; this is a good stock farm and will graze more cattle than any farm in this section; price right and terms easy. two-stor- y, six-roo- m 100-acr1-m 10-acre 1-- ." bye, C. D. HOCKER. I D. A. THOMAS Phone 80 Stanford, - Kentucky 1 Ask any owner of a large car the cost of upkeep and running expenses, ill 3 IJIl - then ask yourself the question, do you want this constant expense? The Ford Car is the answer in economy, service and satisfaction: ' ask any Ford owner. te 2 tlrj vrith iri. as wasi C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Thotrage Jess; j- - Repairing ... .i Tires Accessories , Phone 203 ' .JKaSSM .... ii i , .i i.jm iimnww . 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. PknetRes. 73,0fficell8-J- . N. W. FOWLE. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have Biade his name famous all over the United States and Canada. r Cosaposed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. Fer treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment, $1 .00 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 10c, 3 bars All on sale at idence of Rev. Montgomery there last fall and has now comfortably arranged himself for the balance of his life in that beautiful mansion of which he is awful proud. Eugene Dunn has been busy the past week cutting fodder for Will Neal. He completed the job Saturday and stored same, which is now ready for feeding to Mr. Neal's cattle. S. P. Stephenson of Breezy Point Stock Farm, went to Lexington Sunday evening for a visit to relatives. The Masonic lodge met on Saturday evening at regular session and some very important business was at tended to. The grip that is in our midst is of a very serious form and seems that it is getting no better at present. Miss Mattie Hoskins was out of school last week as a result of grip. Vacant houses are more plentiful in our town at present that at any time in its hisory. Uriah Dunn has been on the sick list for1 several days with severe pains in his hips and back. Dr. Chase was called to Lexington Sunday to attend a sick patient but will return later to be with us for a few weeks. Zan Hughes, colored, has a very severe case of pneumonia and all medical aid is being given him by his physician. Carmen A little on the Litchild, near Butchertown, tle South Rolling Fork, died of diphtheria, after a hard fight for its little life. The body was taken to Middleburg and buried there Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Hoskins is somewhat "better at this writing. Seems that is it hard for her to get about any more since her attack of grip. The mercury registered from two to four above, here Monday. two-year-old that amount. He purchased the res- WAR UPON PAIN! Pain is a visitor to every home and usually it comes quite unexpectedly. But you are prepared for every emergency if you keep a small bottle of Sloan's Liniment handy. It is the greatest pain killer ever discovered. Simply laid on the skin no rubbing required it drives the pain away. It is really wonderful. Mervin H. Sbi- ster.. of Berkeley, California, writes: "Last Saturday, after tramping Exposition around the Panama with wet feet, I came home with my I neck so stiff that I couldn't turn applied Sloan's Liniment freely and went to bed. To my surprise, next morning the stiffness had almost disappeared, four Hours after the second application, I was as good as new." March, 1915. At druggists 25c. AN No. 80. 53 acres of land, one and a half story house of five rooms, porch and good cellar; one small stock barn and tobacco barn 60x30. All other necessary outbuildings; 35 acres in grass and cultivation; fine orchard of over 100 trees, peaches, pears, apples, etc; well watered and fairly well fenced ; a good home, well located, close to schools and in good community. Price, only $1,200. No. 82. 150 acres, small house, 7 acre tobacco barn; good orchard and vineyard; about 30 acres in grass, and 15 or 20 acres in cultivation; about 8,000 to 10,000 feet merchantable timber on place; house is old; barn and fencing fairly good; well watered, etc. Price only $1,800, d terms easy, down and balance on long time. No. 81. Nice cottage, large yard and good garden small stock of groceries, hardware, etc., with cheap rental contract on stores room, barn and barn lots for four years. The store room, etc.. is located right at corne" of yard. This place is right on the pike and the best location in the county for a country store. Will sell for cash or trade. No. 50. Two-storframe dwelling; two barns; place contains 1 acre of land; splendid garden, etc; in Stanford graded district. $2,000 wouldn't put. the improvements on this place; will sell or trade. Price one-thirfive-roo- m y, $1,500. No. 52. 225-acr- e ville; about 90 acres in blue grass; a splendid new tobacco barn, large silo, residence and all necessary outbuildings; place wrell watereu ana rencea: J. z town and right on pike: right at the intersection of two good turnpikes; pike running full length of two sides of the farm; some of the place bottom land. This is a splendid farm and has so much pike frontage that it can be easily divided into several small farms. Will sell as a whole or divide. 15-acre x-- ana; about 45 miles north of farm in IndiLouis- mncs-irc:a-go- od APPRECIATION OF MRS. ARETHUSA STAGG FOSTER In Memoriam. On the glorious Lord's Day morning of November the seventh, 1915, all that was mortal of our beloved frie"nd was laid to rest on Buffalo Heights beneath a canopy of loveliest flowers. These floral offerings came from far and near and were mute testimonials to the love of her many friends. Too many words of praise can not be written of this saintly woman. Her life was consecrated to Christ in words and deeds; in service to her church, to her family, to her friends. For many years she was president of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church, and those with whom she labored loved her devotedly. They revere and honor her memory. residence, porches, etc; small new barn; also old barn and two old log houses on the place; two splendid orchards; good springs; well fenced and about 75 acres bottom land; this place faces the road for about a mile and an be earilv divider into two or even three small farm? R.'ght price and terms right. No. 61. One town lot right on Main street, 80x270. Price $600; also four other lots 60xl3S. Price $300 each and one lot 90x100. Price $800. All of these lots have concrete walks a- -J are wel1 locateJ. Best building lot in town. No. 64. 172 acres of splendid hemp and tobacco land; brick residence with basement; splendid barn with water piped in the same; large concrete silo; all buildings in good repair. This is an A 1 farm. Price $20,000; terms two-stor- y, 10-roo- No. 56. 200-acr- e farm; m her dear ones left we would say Weep not for her; she is not dead; our Savior said "He that liveth and believeth on Me shall never die." She is' only asleep to await "the Resurrection Morn." Her spirit is with God, her body shall be redeemed and clothed with righteousness. One who loved her A. B. H. To two-stor- 74 acres; dwelling; barn 40x60 and all well watered and fenced ; right on pike and only three miles from Stanford. Price $6,000. One half cash and easy terms on balance. cottage; new No. 73. Three-roostable containing three stalls and corn crib; small storeroom on pike; good cistern at. door and never failing woll in lot; 5 acres of ground; all buildings and fencing in good condition. Place well located and in good community. Price $1,750. necessary-outbuildingsm easy. No. 69. ; HOT ENOUGH CHILDREN ever receive the proper balance of food to sufficiently nourish both body and brain during the growing period when tages; one 4 rooms: the other three tobacco barn; 50 rooms; ten-acacres cleared; balance "in timber; never failing springs; close to good town; churches and school. Price $25 per acre. Consult us before buying. List with us if you want to sell. re No. 75. 140-acr- e farm; two cot- COLDS NEED ATTENTION. nature's demands are greater than in mature life. This is shown in so many pale faces, lean bodie, frequent colds, and lack of ambition. For all uch children we say with unmistakable earnestness: They need Scott's Emulsion, and need it now. It possesses in concentrated form the very food elements to enrich their blood.. It changes weakness to strength; it makes them sturdy and strong. No alcohol. Scott & Domic. Bloomfield, N, J. HUGHES & McCARTY Office Lancaster Street Opposite Court House. Office Phone 180. REAL ESTATE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. i- - Internal throat and chest troubles inflammation, irritation, or soreness and unless at once, are likely to lead to serious trouble. Caught in time loosens Dr. Bell's- the phlegm and destroys the germs which have settled in" the throat' or nose. It is soothing and healing Pine is antiseptic; honey is soothing both together - possess excellent medicinal qualities for fighting cold germs. , Insist on. Dr. Bell's 25c, all druggists. produce swelling checked Pine-Tar-Hon- ITCHING TORMENTS Skin .Diseases Plumbing and Heating C. E. Stanford, Ky. J of Eczema, Piles, Itch, Erysipelas, Hives, Ring Worm", Tetters, Salt Rhe'um, Barbers' Itch and all other ey QUICKLY RELIEVED a prompt and most effective remedy of merit. Will be mailed prepaid to any address, 25c for trial size, or $1 for large size. Descriptive circular free. Address E. M. Droz Co., Box 238, ZINLA(f SALVE St. LV BOWER Telephone 263 DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR Shugars Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. OF PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey B., Cleveland, Ohio. J l mt -- s-. ,..- -. -- V r I ':. ' .. j- -, ( .i jV "14 Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 21, 1916. PARLOR GROVE Weather is coming. Wet Owing to illness, Rev. Wright was unable to fill his appointment here the second Sunday. Rev. Smith of We have now a new supply of Rubber and Leather Footwear Low Top Shoes, Medium Tops and Extra High Tops these are weather beatres. Heavy Kersey and Corduroy Suits for Men YOU WILL NEED THESE Kings Mountain supplied. Mr. A. B. Wylie was a business visitor in Lexington last week. Miss Grace Wall, of Pleasant Point visited her sister Mrs. Alva Morgan last week. Messrs. R. E. Jlorton, H. Goff and W. F. Sims were court day visitors in Stanford. Mrs. J. C. Hundley, who has been quite ill with grip, is better at this writing. Mr. Hemp Osborn is living in Mr. Goff's tenant house until he can build on his farm, known as the Rice farm. Mr. and Mrs. David Walls spent Sunday last, at the home of Mr. Craig Sims. Mr. Minter Bell has moved his family to a farm near Paris, Ky., where he will make his future home. Mr. Richard Webb had the misfortune to lose a nice calf last week. Mr. Elvis Padgett was thrown from a wagon when Sam Robinson, Stanford MISSISSIPPI 1280 LAND FDR SALE ltoD0; HELP YOUR LiVER IT PAYS. When your liver gets torpid and your stomach acts queer, take Dr. King's New Life Pills and you will They find yourself feeling better. purify the blood, give you freedom Breaks a Cold In from constipation, biliousness, dizziIt Few Hours ness and indigestion. You feel fine -", ?ddo. just like you want to feel. Clear For Liver and Bowels For further information about Missis- - mare mules the complexion too. 25c at drugsippi or Middle Tennessee farms write j The once great race stallion Maga- - gists. M. E. WAINRIGHT, Manager. zine will be sent to London, Laurel T.onrl Rnnnrfmant First Dose of Pape's Cold Compound ' HUSTONVILLE BRAMSFORD REALTY COMPANY, county, this season to stand there Relieves All the Grippe Misery Nashville, Tenn, free to those who will breed good Contains No Qulnint.- to him. j mares Mrs. Josiah Bishop was called hurBros., of Lancaster, bought riedly Wednesday evening Farm and Stock News j of Center Pennington, of the Carters- - to the bedside of her sister, by phone Don't stay stuffed-'i- ! Felix Mrs. Polville section of Garrard county, five lard, at Lexington, who is at the point Quit blowing and snuffling: A iose " Mr. B. G. Fox returned from At-- , fat hogs at six cents a pound. The of death. She is the oldest surviv- of "Pape's Cold ComnounJ" taken lanta, Ga., where he has been repre-- 1 same seller sold to D. M. Carter a ing member of her family, being 71 every two hours until three doses are senting the firm of Fox & Farris in gilt and six small shoats for $32. years of age. Mrs. Bishop accom- trker will end grippe misery and program every night and especially The panied Homer Wray to Danville in break up a severe cold either in the Corn continues to go up. the disposition of a couple of loads Editor Owen Mclntyre, of the Har- on Paramount nights, Tuesdays and of cotton mules. Danville Advocate. Lawrenceburg News says that W. G. his auto, where she caught the fast head, chest, body or l.imbs. rodsburg Leader, announces that its Thursdays. ' It promptly opens clogged-u- p nos- name will be changed back to the John C. Robinson, of Bovle. sold Witherspoon sold to tlie Eagle Roller train for Lexington. to Whitehouse & Johnson, of Dan- - Mills 125 barrels of corn at ?4.00 a j S. D. Yowell and Homer Wray, of trils and air passages; stops nasty Harrodsburg Democrat, under which The banks of Lincoln county from ville, a bunch of 22 hogs that ave barrel. Mr. Witherspoon UUUgllb Danville, were here a short while discharge or nose running; relieves designation it was such a success which reports have so far been had sick headache, dullness, feverishness, when conducted by Lew B. Brown, all Wednesday evening on business. raged 150 pounds, at six and a quar- this corn last fall at 2.50. their old boards of diR. H. Crow sold to M. B. Carson, Quite a number of tobacco wag- sore throat, sneezing, soreness and now of Florida. Arthur W. Timoney rectors at their stockholders' meetter cents a pound. Aberdeen Angus ons passed through here on Tuesday stiffness. Morgan Smith Baughman received a will be actively in charge of the pub- ings last week. Lincoln county's fibull calf for $100. Col. Crow also bound for the Danville markets. "Pape's Cold Compound" is the lication. nancial institutions all had prospera couple of extra fine Poland China Boyle, Josiah Bishop had his tobacco on quickest, surest, relief known and ous times last year, and closed their hogs from Charles E. Barker, of sold to W. T. Robinson, of a horse mule, five years old, for sale Monday at the Danville Tobac- costs only 25 cents at drug stores. County Clerk George B. Cooper is year's business with very satisfactory Pembroke, Christian county, Wedco Warehouse sales. It acts without assistant?, tastes ;:ice able to be out again, much to the de- -. statements. nesday. One was an aged, bred sow, $135. Ray Ball had extraordinary good . Our turnpikes are awful slick at and causes no inconva-iene- e. Don't light of his host of friends; Mir 9 . and. theother a young boar. of an acre the present time and horses that are accept a ."obstitute. luck with Dr. W. W. Burgin, of Crab OrCooper is one of the hardest working ne uarrara aiming oo., oi i.an-- , w,- - h hp hfu :n inhnrcn on the old and most efficient officials anywhere chard, who is in his dental office in caster, bought a lot of extra good McAlister piace off the Knob Lick not rough shod, are having a bad SHELBY CITY, in the state, and if all men on the Stanford Thursdays, Fridays and time getting anywhere. wheat from Gus Staverson, of Rock-.pik- e Mr. Bailey is reported very ill at public's payroll were as faithful and Saturdays, was called to Richmond He raised 140 pounds on this W. G. Cowan reported 51 young castle, last week, at $1.20 a bushel. much groun(1? and after paying all Tuesday with a small number the Danville Hospital. He has been conscientious in the performance of today to attend the funeral of his This firm has bought about 1,000 expenses, netted $141.90 for his lambs dying, the balance of which are look- sick for some time. their duties as he is, there would uncle, Cal Burgin, a prominent Madbushels of wheat from Rockcastle snare Mrs. Hill Jennings has been on the never be any talk of useless offices. ison county farmer. If the deceased lively. farmers recently at $1.10 to $1.20. ; m,am Wagner of near Reading, ing well and pipe pumps and such sick list. x had lived to March 1st he would have Lots of water Elmer Woodhead, of Falmouth, pa., has three little pigs and two things were put out of commission Mrs. Addie Jennings has been very Fred Rankin, a son of Frank Ran-i- been 91 years of age. He is survivhas an egg record that is hard to cows. For the sake of warmth he during the recent cold snap. ill of pneumonia. of Rankin, Wayne county, has ed by his wife and one son. beat. He has ten hens that laid j put the piglets in the same part, of the Mrs. Hill Jennings, Mrs. J. W. just been appointed Electrical EngiConsiderable difficulty was experi1,724 eggs from January 1, 1915, barn as the cows. The little porkers enced' Tuesday by some of the auto-ist- s Guyn, of Lexington, and J. T. Bailey neer for the Colorado State Public Clay Brown, one of the shiftiest to December 31, 1915. This is an t thrived immensely. The cows began McBrayer, were in Dan- Utilities Board. Mr. Rankin gradua- young democrats who ever left old in trying to keep their cars in and wife, of average of 172.4 eggs to the hen. j to fail in milk supply and Wagner the right shape on account of the bad ville Sunday to see J. M. Bailey. ted from the College of Electrical Lincoln, has been raising Red BerkThe eggs are all xiice and large, was puzzled. Finally he discovered condition of the pikes. Mrs. Chloe Murphy has been on Engineering of State University in shire hogs for "Brother Turley" since x xi. :u: t. two of the little pigs being nursed 1907. He is related to all of the in Madison county, orders his I. J. Adams Bros., received a letter last the sick list for the past week. dozen. This record was made with by the cows. Mr. G. C. Harmon and wife, of Rankins of this county and is said to changed from Richmond to Berea Tuesday from Dr. Hart, stating that Fasig-Tipto- n with have a very bright future before him. and in doing so has these kind words Mr. Woodhead's Buff Orpington Co. held a sale of he was purchasing a nefr dental out- Lebanon, spent the week-en- d chickens. cattle fit to be used in his office here., and their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ayrshire and Holstein-Friesa- n to say: "If you have an extra copy The fire department was called out of Tuesday's paper please send it to at Madison Squire garden, New York that he would start the practice of Johnson. Joe Kindig, the mule magnate, of Miss Katherine O'Connor and Mr. hurriedly after dinner Sunday by an me for we don't like to miss a single York, Pa., purchased in Lebanon, when 235 head consigned by 26 his profession upon his arrival here. Thomas McCrosky, of Harrodsburg, incipient blaze at the home of Henry issue. Wish it came six times a breeders averaged about $300. The .Ky., last week, three loads of mules Dr. Hart comes highly recommendfrom the following parties: Twenty-eig- top was $2,025 for a bull calf. One ed and no doubt will receive a lib- spent Sunday afternoon with Miss D. Phillips, on Logan avenue. A de- week instead of twice. We like fective flue caused the trouble, but Madison real well, but think that from J. T. Burdette; twenty-tw- o purchaser bought 68 head for a total eral patronage. His office will be Mayme Wilkerson. Brackett is visiting the blaze was extinguished before there is no place like old Lincoln." 17 young in the rooms vacated by Dr. Hatfield, Miss Elizabeth from J. W. and Joe Jarboe, and of $26,005, which included any damage was done, and before the twenty-tw- o from L. and Ed O'Daniel, daughters of King Sergis Pontiac, who moved to Danville to enter her aunt in Richmond. McKinney, has department arrived or the usual COLD WEATHER ACHES & PAINS Jerry Toombs, of for the average prices of $185, $180 which cost him $10,635. business with his brother. Many aches and pains, sore musBlackleg, which has played havoc L. Carpenter and wife arrived moved to the Tevis farm vacated by crowd could find out where the fire and $170, in the order named. This T. was. cles, stiff joints and much rheumainvolves nearly $13,000. These in some sections of the West End of home Tuesday from an extended vis- Pence Messer. deal Miss Mamie Walls is expected home tism attributed to cold weather have mules were shipped to Mr. Kindig, this county, has the farmers of Mer- it to their sons at Newcastle, Ind., Attorney Kelly J. Francis, who their first cause in failure of the kidcer scared. Collins Gentry, official and to J. O. Carpenter at Danville. Monday from Kings Mountain where Wednesday of last week, and this is Mrs. Francis and their two chilfour loads of mules that he has United States Livestock Agent, has They are much pleased with the out- she has been visiting friends and rel- with moved here from Middlesboro, neys to properly eliminate waste dren, matter from the system. Foley Kidatives. bought in Marion in the last sixty been called to Salvisa to vaccinate a look in the Hoosier state. Oliver Meredith Miss Belle Denny returned to her a few weeks ago, has hung out his ney Pills tone up weak and diseased herd of cattle for .days. The young people are having the in an effort to prevent the spread of time of their lives just now coasting home in Stanford Monday after shingle in the building on Lancaster kidneys, giving prompt relief from r Wear-en- 's "black-leg.- " Two cattle out of a d,own Kaufman's Hill on Danville spending the holidays with her un- street occupied below by J. D. aches and pains. Sold' everywhere. aerency. Mr. Francis t insurance RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. Givens. herd of forty on Meridith's farm have street. Large crowds of youngsters cle, W. P. will have one of the upstairs offices To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay died this week of the disease, which gather there at night to enjoy the Rum, a small box of Barbo Compound, E3i---r the other being occupied by City Atand Vt or. of glycerine. Apply to the hair is prevalent in other sections of that fun that goes with such exercise. 10 Cent "Cascarets" torney T. J. Hill, Jr. desired county. Mr. Gentry has vaccinated twice a week until it becomes the fersr Will Weatherford and wife, of 9 shade. Any druggist can put this up or recently 100 head of cattle to pre- ?A tev Best Laxative For Houston, Texas, have been here for vnn ran mix it at home at very little cost. Col. R. H. Bronaugh, of Crab Oru& and more several days the guest of Dr. Alcorn Full directions tpr making and use come vent a spread of black-le? ?vCi. Liver and Bowels chard, passed through town late in each box or uarDo compound, it. wm than 1,000' head of hogs to prevent wnvi ind family. Mr. Weatherford, with streaked, faded gray couple of gradually darken Wednesday evening with a ftfrlPI. ! mtm-M- i hair, and removes dandruff. It is excel- a spread of hog cholera. By syste- his father, now deceased, left here in loads of tobacco en route to the marharsh, matic preventive methods hog cholHeadachy, &&&tl j2w lent for falling hair and will make a.lived in that state ev- Don't Stay Constipated, ket at Danville. Col. Bronausrh's hair soft and glossy. It will not color the era has been almost suppressed in 1886 and has ! MM Bad Or Bilious, With Breath - re , MM 'U '41 er since. He has accumulated quite scalp, is not sticky or greasy, and does not 'weed usually brings top prices on ."-" LamDS-mammten rub off. that county. a little fortune for himself and famStomach Sour the Danville breaks and he believes That's where profits are In sheeo raising, bet you cannot get the big ily of three boys and one girl. He that he has an extra crop this time. profits unless you keep jour animals No odds how bad your liver, Stomfree from worms. has been an extensive buyer and sellSenator R. L. Hubble spent severer of horses and mules and at the ach or bowels; how much your head al days in Frankfort this week, look present time is actively engaged in aches, how miserable and uncomfort- ing on the legislature. able you are from a cold, constipathis business. James Yowell bought of James tion, indigestion, biliousness and News comes from Charlottesville, will positively clean out the worms, not only In your sheep, but In every other i Buchanan 20 hogs at 6 cents and a sluggish bowels you always get re- Va., to the effect that Tom Coleman, Kentucky Farmer in Lincoln and adjoining counties All Central animal on yonr place. This wonderwork. Jersey steer at 5c; a cow lief with Cascarets. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Coleman, Ins remedy will destroy and expel every or elsewhere, who have a farm or property you want to sell or last worm, leaving the animal free to digest t Don't let your stomach, liver and of this city, has made a satisfactory for 5c, weight 8Q0 pounds, and of C. and assimilate every ounce of food it eats. exchange, list it with STURGEON REAL ESTATE COMPANY. mal-Vis a wonderful tonic and con- H. Foster he bought 15 head of fat bowels make you miserable. Take recovery from his recent operation of a cent a day -dlUoner. It costs bat property for you. No obligato the for appendicitis. He has left the hos5 per head to feed. We can sell or trade your farm or hogs at 6 1t4 cents, average weight Cascarets tonight; put an end ,, Vrlsmannlvtiiredbytbe headache, biliousness, dizziness, ner- pital, is back as his studies and will 150 pounds. Very liberal charges. We'll be pleased to serve you. Write S. B. Fell Company, tions. A Cleveland. O. Dr. Elwood Weatherford is, here vousness, sick, sour, gassy stomach, be in just as good shape as ever, if or come and see us anytime. .a. . lSs?33 among relatives and friends this bad cold, offensive breath and all oth- not better to make a name for him?! er distress; cleanse your inside or- self on the University of Cirginia week. McCormack & Tucker purchased gans of all the bile, gases and consti- football team this fall. a lot of fat hogs this week at 6 and pated matter which is producing the The I. J. printed this week for the 6 4 cents and shipped same to the misery. means health, hap- Crab Orchard Banking Company box A Cincinnati markets. They averaged KINGS MOUNTAIN, KENTUCKY piness and a clear head for months. some neat statements showing busifrom 125 to 150 pounds. Dr. Chase arrived" here Monday All druggists seU Cascarets. Don't ness done the past year, the front Sal-Vkt mM y CYLDE STURGEON GEORGE STURGEON page being adorned with a picture from Lexington where he wentto see forget the children their little j of its neat little building. Business E. T. Pence, Jr. need a gentle cleansing, too. a sick patient, and will be here with T. W. Jones shipped a bunch of .half in cultivation, balance open. Will produce 50 to 60 bushels of corn per hogs Thursday, which cost him $6 a acre. Dark alluvial soil, easily culti- - hundred. They numbered 120 and , vated. Owner of adjoining farm gath- . ered 54 bushels of oats per acre in'averaSea 140 PO"nas-1914-i f Four and miles from Rail- ' Lews Hilton, of Mt. Sterling, sold road. Just rolling enough to drain well. to Wm. Reazor, of Bath, a nice, fat one-halon-th- acres in Madison County, about J&Z III i""4 900-pound and sustained a fractured rib. Mr. Harry Hobson has been quite ill with the jaundice. Miss Vesta Sims spent Saturday and Sunday- with Miss Mazie Bras-wel- l. - it became uncoupled, us to give aid to those who may be suffering. James Grubbs and Ben McKinley will have a public sale of their effects next Tuesday, the 25th, near Ellis-burThey will go to Indiana later on, where they will reside. Miss Nitro Carson is on the sick list this week. Miss Martha Tucker is able to be out and at school this week after a most severe attack of the grip. John Spears will have a public sale of his farm on February 12th. He will also sell all his personal effects. See his advertisement in another part of this paper. M. E. Allen has rented a room over Adams Bro.' drug store and will have his headquarters there. While not bedfast, J. K. Baughman has been quite feeble for several days with the grip in its severest form. Tuesday night, the 18th, was one of the coldest we have witnessed and Sunday night was not far be hind. Dr. 0. S. Williams motored to Danville Wednesday morning with W. D. Nave and W. M. McKinney, who are witnesses in the noted Cecil will case that is now on the docket in the Boyle Circuit Court. Myers & Co., bought of S. G. McKinney two last years' lambs and a veal calf, and shipped same to Cincinnati Wednesday night. Mrs. J. G. Weatherford of Stanford, is here among relatives and friends for a short visit this week. g. Heard About Town April 23rd will be Easter. Garvel Burton, of Bud, has gone to Bowling Green, to complete his studies in the business college there. '50 - URIC ACID SOLVENT Cent Bottle (32 Doses) lg25Z7p2T; Try ! ! Just becanso you start the worried some rather inteersting reading to and tired, stiff less and arms day muscles, and some taxpayers on another page of an aching head, burning and bearing down pains In the back worn out. before the day begins do not think yoa have to stay la this issue. that condition. Those sufferers who are In and out of Col. Sam Harris, of Stanford, was bed half a dozen times at night will apand here yesterday looking over the to- preciate the rest, comfort every strength oar treatment gives. For form. o bladder trouble, scalding pains, or weakbacco breaks and calling on friends, ness, its action is really wonderful. who were in town for court. DanBe strong, well and vigorous, with no more pains from stiff joints, sore "muscled, ville Advocate. rheumatic suffering, aching back, or kid' ney or 'bladder troubles. The Williams Treatment conquers kidA. D. Wingate, of Danville, a ney and bladder diseases, rheumatism and how all uric of Editor Hubert McGdodwin chronic oracid troubles,If no matter never you have stubborn. of the Danville Messenger, has re- used The Williams Treatment, we will give your own use one ceived a nice promotion in the gov- free.50c. bottle (32 doses) foror g Contains no alcohol drug. Does not affect the heart. ernment service, through the efforts Send this notice with your name andt 10c. help c to of Congressman Harvey Helm. and address, expenses, to The' Dr. D. A. Williams Company, DepC 25XOD Dr. J. M. Bronaugh, of Lexington, New Post Office Block, East Hampton,' by parcel post a You will son of Mr. and Mrs. R. fl. Bronaugh Conn. COc. bottle receive (32 doses), without charge regular without incurring any obligations,' Ooa of Crab Orchard, was elected treas- and only to a family or address. bottle urer of the Blue Grass Dental Society at Lexington last week. Dr. R. R. McMillan, of Danville, was chosen the past season was very satisfactory and Cashier H. G. Skiles who is strictly a live wire and always on the job, Richard Doneghy and Dick Prather adopted a nifty way of letting the two negroes, well known in this sec- friends and patrons of the bank tion, were convicted of murdering know what it has been doing. Special Agent Mathews, of the CinJames Gover, who has been living cinnati Southern railroad, at Covington, and both were given life im- at Brodhead for some tme, has moved e to the farm of B. G. Gover, prisonment. Lancaster pike, where he will be lo7 J. Q. Rowland, the popular clerk cated this year. at the Veranda Hotel, leaves today Will Matheny was made a Master for Moreland, where he will drink waters of the Minks Mason by Lincoln Lodge No. 60, F. the health-givin- g Springs in an effort to obtain relief & A. M., at its regular meeting last from stomach trouble. He expects Monday night. Quite a number of new petitions are before the lodge, to be gone a couple of weeks. and there seems to be a general Mr. W. H. Cummins, of Preachers-vill- e, awakening among the membership. in Garrard county, spent yesA big crowd saw the Mary Pickford terday in this city looking after some picture at the opera house Thursday lotobacco which he offered on the cal breaks. Mr. Cummins is an ex- night and, of course, all were detensive farmer and was very much lighted with the work of this finished little actress queen. Manager C. Hays pleased with his sale yesterday. Foster is giving his patrons a great Danville Advocate. t son-in-la- w hablt-forcx-Invice-president. Sheriff J. G. Weatherford has FREE i ! ed nine-months-o- ld ; three-quarte- rs 6-- 1 J n, . i: ht .11 .1 S3 g, ( rr wc ."; """T'T Central Ky's Greatest Farm Agency 5AIIIVET at -- 600-pou- nd . STURGEON REAL ESTATE CO. 1-- 10-ce- nt mt in-sid- es ", - i -- Dh i -- A i- - -- . ) sI V .