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Hi , Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, January 25, BIG DAY AT DAVID SCOTT IS NO MORE LANCASTER 191 6. Tuesdays and 'Fridays a & Quite a number ofc sunscrlptions OLD CITIZEN COMMUNITY to the I. J. expire with the end of, January. Look on the label of your Thos. J. Oaks Probably Fatally Hurt Amuck Near paper and see if this means you. If Thousands See Aged Negro Man Leading Farmer, Mason and Christian Jesse McCurry Runs GEORGE DYEHOUSE DEAD your label reads Janl6 it does, or if of Goshen Section, Answers When He Jumps in Front of Draw Auto Other Live News Parlor Grove, and Is Adjudged your date reads Decl5, or Novl5, or George Dyehouse, aged 66 years, Summons. Final Elmer Anderson's Car. from Neighboring County ' Insane and Sent to Asylum any month with 15 to it, it means passed away last Wednesday, Januyour time was out in 1915. Reary 19th at the home of his daughJesse McCurry, whd moved into that Another splendid old citizen of ter, Mrs. D. C. Dyehouse in Miller Thomas J. Oaks, a well known old Lancaster, Jan. 24. the member the I. J. will be charged at the southern part of Lincoln from Lincoln county, was called to the re- addition, citizen and union veteran, was serithe rate of where a year's subLancaster's merchants and busiafter a long illness of a mountains of Johnson county, about scription is $1.50 paid in advance, so not ness men held here on Saturday, what ward of thejfaithful when the spirit complication of troubles. Mr. Dye-hou- ously, if not fatally injured Monday four or five years ago, terrorized the send in $1 at once, check, ' was esteemed and respected morning when in attempting to dodge be designated as an "Automo- - oi uavid . gcott, one ot the most eimer Parlor Grove neighborhood last Fri- money order, or a bill and in rate mightContes't," prominent farmers of the county, a by all who knew him. He was a faith- a buggy approaching him on the Crab the in which a Ford mabile day, with a shotgun, and it required will remain g resident of the Goshen ful Christian, a member of the Ephe- - Orchard pike, near Rowland he jumpthe same to you, chine, a set of furniture, a set of quite an amount of strategy on the neighborhood,"! north of town, passed sus Baptist church since early man- ed directly into the path of an audishes, astove, and many other house- Tart of Deputy Sheriff Monroe nol(i articles, as well as awards of over the rivet; Saturday night after hood, and an upright and honorable tomobile driven by Elmer Anderson Thompson and a posse of men, to REPUBLICAN monev were &lven to tne fortunate a protracteHillness of a complication citizen in every way. A wide circle son of H. . Anderson, of this city. capture him and bring him to jail E-I1 MJIN holders of certain tickets which had of troubles. Mr. Scott was 70 years of friends and loved ones and rela- Mr. Oaks, who is 76 years of age, V lipre. He was tried in county court been given out to custoumers upon of age, and tired nature, after a gal- tives will mourn that he is no more. has been very poor of hearing and his Saturday where a jury found that goods and various lant fight, was unable longer to re- Funeral services were conducted at sight for a number of years, and evmind was not right, so he was ordered To Select Presidential Delegates For the purchases of commodities. "Uncle Buss" Leavell, sist the encroachment of time, and the grave in Buffalo Springs ceme- idently did not hear the car, which Eighth District May Be Held old-- j gentleman to the asylum at Lexington. peacefully tery by J. C. McClary. His wife, had turned far to the right of the an aged Negro, came in as first win- the fine who is a young man, passed over ttftthat bourn from which and one daughter, who married D. C. road, in order to pass Mr. Oaks, as In Stanford Soon ner, having on his ticket the number about 25 years of age, and a mem-bj that , Dyehouse, survive in addition to two young Anderson knew that the old drew the automobile. He im- - 11V WAV.AWA W,A AVVUAlld of a well known family in that Mr. Scott .was a splendid citizen in sisters, Mesdames J. W. Blankenship man could not see or hear well and The Eighth district republican ' mediately sold it at auction to John nnrt of the county, seemed to take every meaning of the word, public desired to give him plenty of room Harp, and Hicks for $391. convention a notion to "run amuck" very sud- presidential Stanford towill probably fairly crowded withThe streets were spirited, kind and charitable, a de- and Martin all of whoma brother, Wm. in the middle of the road, down which only sinDyehouse, people, not have the select deledenly. Together with Jack Lay, his be held in voted husb'andYand father and the cere sympathy of all in their hour of he was walking. rabbit gates to the national convention at from all over Garrard county, but he had started brother-in-laYoung Anderson is greatly distresseven kind of men;, who. are the backbone bereavement. hunting. He induced. Lay to empty Chicago. A meeting of the Eighth- from adjoining counties, and of the state. He was a pioneer memed at the unfortunate accident, from d republican committee, com- from the mountains, holders of his gun, and then threatening Lay district the', Goshen Christian church, SIGNING STATE-WID- E PETITION which he is completely exonerated of the county chairmen of the" ets given on Lancaster flour sold in ber of which with the shotgun he carried, helped to organize and build it, and of any fault by those who have inKentucky, coming at noon, was loaded, had Lay marching up and 11 counties of the district, has been Eastern was ever faithful in attendance up- All Over County Asking Representa- vestigated the matter. He was drivcalled to be held here next Thursday, on a train from that part of the state. down the road for quite a while, and on its services. 'He was also a mem ing toward Rowland accompanied by tive Gooch to Vote For It. Central that put Lay through all sorts of antics. January 27th by State Florence,Com- It was estimatedtown. 3,000 or 4,000 ber of that organizal James H. Pcpples and a colored boy, Geroge D. of Jarvis Burleson and Ansel Petrey mitteeman who will preside over the people were in the "Masonic order, being a memtion, Representative W. G. Gooch was when ahead they saw Mr. Oaks comcity, came by, and McCurry stopped them. this CeleWed 90th Birthday. ber of the) Preachersville lodge. home from Frankfort, and on the ing toward them walking in the mid"McCurry's aged mother, Mrs. Louis deliberations of the committee. At In Addition fo-- host of friends streets here Saturday. A number of dle of the road. Anderson sounded Mrs. Elizabeth Mason, Lancaster's McMurry came out to remonstrate, that meetings, the time and place of i and one of the most for whoever knewthis kindly old gen- those interested, sought his views on his klaxon, and realizing Mr. Oaks' conven- - oldest citizen holding Eighth to the crazed man who turned his gun tion willthe named. district Florence ' highly esteemed women of the com-an- d tleman, was his frjend he leaves be- the question of submitting the state infirmities of sight and hearing, pullbe Mr. to toward her, and compelled her other leading republicans are jmunity, celebrated her 90th birthday hind to mourn, a loving wife, whoe wide prohibition question to a vote ed far to the right of the road, in "march." He soon tired of this, so before her marriage was a Miss Sal-li- of the people, but it is understood order to pass him without danger. home of her son, threatening them with the shot-gu- strongly in favor of holding tne con- -' Sunday at the still Boone a sister of Mrs. Mary that they got little satisfaction or as- The auto's tracks at the place, show is probable that mer Circuit Clerk William B. Mason, here, and if they did not obey, he waved a delegation from it local Commer- - j of this city. Many were the expres-ci- Penny, of "Stanford, and H. B. Boone, surance that he will vote for such a that the young man had pulled as far n the Lay, Petrey and his mother, off down county; and four sons and a measure. Petitions are being over to the right as he safely could. Club and other interests will go sions of love and esteem extended of the to go home, he 4303s being Messrs. Ed- - iated all over the county, it is under-war- d Just as the car was about to pass the road, telling them before the committee Thursday and this highly revered woman, various while he proceeded to "march" BurG. Scott&pf Covington, andlStood, asking Mr. Gooch to vote for Mr. Oaks, a buggy came up behind tokens and gifts attesting to her pop-her- e, a while. This did not suit Bur- invite the holding of the convention .ularity. She was born at Lancaster Walter, Albergfcd- - Harry Scott, of the bill, and it is pointed out that in him. It is believed that he evidently leson leson, a little bit and at the first op- We daughter, Miss j the democratic primary last August, did not hear the auto but did hear When the convention is held, two on January 23, 1820, and united with this county, Mc;f,r Tiiirlpson "went for" ,, , "3 Ellen Scott. jiUllUUlbjry the man who was running as the the buggy, which was about to pass me Currev and for a while they had it, delegates will be named from this ago, onrisuan h r uneraj" services were conaucteu state-wid- e pond candidate for governor, him on the other side, but over so as being immersed in a and tumble all over the place, congressional district to the national in lfl0 yards of the dwelling where Monday afternoonikt " two o'clock, carried the county over the man who to leave him plenty of room in the convention. So far the Although Burleson is the larger man Tip. nnnnspd to it. and for middle of the road between the two only names suggested for this honor she now resides. She was, before Dunai peing in tne uosnen cemetery. was said to McCurry in his mania, seemed to have reading by this reason, those who want to see vehicles. Just as the buggy passed n After a short scriptural are those of W. C. Black, of Madi- - marriage, a Miss Logan, of that, the strength of a giant, and he got Mr. J. C3 McCIary, of this city, the t the question submitted to a vote in him Mr. Oaks heard it, and gave a county, and Ludlow F. Petty, of mous pioneer stock for which Burleson down, and gouged one of Masons took charge of the ceremo- - Kentucky say that Mr. Gooch's Con- leap out of the way, toward the auto county; both among tne test gan's Fort, the first Kentucky eyes almost out. Petrey seeing andTperformed 'their beautiful stituency are clearly in favor of his and directly into its path. It was his republican leaders in the(tlement of this section, was named, nies man's predicament, ran to his solelfcn rites-Jovethe the bier of votiner to submit the Question to a done so quickly that Anderson was and state. It is expected, of course,! Bastin Goff. 1"- '- liilVtlMfir Bon. J. N. vote of the people." Mr. Gooch says unable to stop the car, which struck xescue, and pulled the crazy man off, -that the convention will instruct its just in time to save Burleson's sight. ,ioWnfc .v. W fnr TTa.rWV fnr t Miss Mamie Bastm, only daugk tMgiftSfMMJ see iHHiUmLsr' of that so far as he can at, nresent sin the unfortunate man a severe blow. - McCurry therovenktQania,cK5i"u irresianmiHnminm Mr. Popples and- - Anderson . jumped er shop wherThT'brokhis-shotgun'oTman oi wa mx- - for'the'Prcfiersyille and Stanford. gle bill at the present session. The out and put Mr. Oaks into the car has already been agreed upon by the business an anvil, and laid out an assortment big guns of the party. bill will come up in the and 'rushed him to the office of Drs. ried on Saturday, at high noon, to Masons who turned out in goodly state-wid- e ' Mr. Robert Goff, of Cincinnati, the numbers to pay this last tribute of j senate Tuesday or Wednesday, anc, Brown and Southard where an examof heavy hammers, as if to defend Thfi rmintv chairmen w..n ron-nn- s r himself with them. In the meantime the Eighth district committee which ceremony beingperformed at the res- respect. of course, Senator Montgomery, of ination showed that one leg was brokactions had spread news of the man's parents, Rev. C. en, several ribs were fractured, and this district, will vote for It. meets here Thursday and who are ex- idence of the bride's over the community, and a warrant pected to be here, are: one it was feared had punctured a S. Ellis, Baptist minister from Paint ANOTHER NOBLE WOMAN GONE was sworn out for him. Deputy Sherlung, as he began spitting up blood. Lick, officiating. The nuptial affair Lincoln Dr. R. L. Davison. Mrs. Eliza Wilmot, wife of James No Indigestion, Gas iff Monroe Thompson together with He was also badly injured about the was very quiet, with only immediate Boyle N. K. Tunis. Nathan Wilmot, one of the most promiMack Eubanks, Gran Jones, face and head. As soon as his inmembers of the family, present, on I. Or Stomach Misery Garrard Dr Montgomery. Williams and Marion Warren, went juries were dressed, he was removed account of a recent bereavement. nent fanners of the Hubble section Madison W. C. Black. quickly In Five Minutes to his home on Darst street, where after McCurry, and Thompson overImmediately after the marriage, the of the county, died at their home Casey Lum Combest. was Friday afternoon at one o'clock, and Officer powered him. he is being given every attention poscouple, left for an Eastern trip, to Adair Wm. Coffey. on him, about to slip the braceletsenough to in a few weeks in the the remains were interred in Buffalo "Pape's Diapepsin" For Sour, Acid sible by his wife, children and phybe "at home" Jessamine Dave Knobel. Springs Cemetery here Sunday at when he promised sanely sicians. Queen City. Stomach, Heartburn, Shelby Mike Hughes. accompany the officer .noon, after services at the home con good and to Mr. Oaks' age and the fact that be Spencer E. B. Stratton. Dyspepsia ducted by Rev. F. M. Tinder of the to town without trouble, which he he has been in feeble health for some Lloyd Simpson. Anderson MULES DRAGGY AT LANCASTER Lancaster Christian church, assisted did according to his word. Mrs. T. A. Rice went to New CasTime it! In five minutes all stom- time, militate against him, but he is brought T.nnpnsfpr rnnrt. Mondav drew a bie by Rev. D. M. Walker, of the Stan- - ach Little of the above was tle Tuesday morning to mane a visit distress will go. No indigestion, reported to be somewhat improved. out at the hearing as to McCurry's to Mrs. Kirby Bourne crowd, notwithstanding the fact that ford Christian Church. heart-bursourness or belching of Mr. Oaks is one of the few Union Mrs. Wilmot had been ill but a sanity at the trial here but was reone of the largest throngs in its hisgas, acid, or eructacions of undigest- veterans left in this county and has lated by the men who brought the tory was in the capital of Garrard the short time. She was stricken with a ed food, no dizziness, bloating, foul drawn a pension for a number of young man to town. It was shown Mothers! Give. Child years. Saturday before at the automobile paralytic stroke about a week ago or headache. that McCurry Trading was only fair on on the same day that the funeral of Elmer Anderson, who was driving at the trial, however, drawing. Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its "Syrup of Figs" If had threatened to dynamite his fa was prac- Mrs. W. H. Underwood, Mr. Wilmot's speed in regulating upset stomachs. the car when it strucK tne aged man, Monday, however. There held. Doath was Tonguexls Coated tically no cattle market, only one sister, was hemorrhage of thedue di- It is the surest, quickest and most is a thoroughly experienced chaf-feu- r, ther's house, if the latter did not give brain rectly to the young man's gun which had up and qperates cars at all times bunch of calves being in the pens and certain indigestion remedy in the hidden. The elder McCurry ad- If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, were sold by Oatts & Robinson, to and paralysis. The deceased was in whole been world, and besides it is harm- out of his father's gararge here. It mitted this on the stand here, but was a Ford touring car which he was Mart Bogie. There were quite a lot her 52nd year and had lived all of her less. Clean Little Liver and county. Before her did not think that his son was crazy. of mules offered, however, and deals life in Lincoln Millions of men and women now driving when the accident occurred. Bowels. whole trist of the testimony in hybrids were about the only stock marriage she was a Miss Gooch, a eat their favorite foods without fear-the-y Young Anderson is a bridegroom of daughter of the late John M. Gooch, seemed to show that young McCurry Children love this "fruit laxative," sales of any consequence made. Dick know Pape's Diapepsin will only a few months, having married people in that sechad most of the Danville, bought a half and she was a first cousin of Rep- save them from any stomach misery. the daughter of Representative W. and nothing else cleanses the tender Gentry, of tion terrorized, and afraid of him. stomach, liver and bowels so nicely. dozen or so, paying from $125 up to resentative Wv. G. Gooch, now in Please, for your sake, get a larje G. Gooch. He is a popular and well exPhysicians, to whom his conduct was grade of the legislature at Frankfort. fifty-ceA child simply will not stop play- near $175 according to the case of Pape's Diapepsin liked young man. He regrets Beside sher devoted husband, sheis explained, declared that his mind ing to empty bowels and the result the animal. The top price of the day ceedingly the unfortunate affair, but from any drug store and put your was undoubtedly affected, so the jury is, they become tightly clogged wuh was $215 paid for a Lincoln county survived by nine children, five girls stomach right. Don't keep on beihj; declares that he did everything posboys? who have sympa'thy ordered him taken to the asylum. waste, liver trets sluscish. stomaih animal. W. B. Burton picked up a and four is too short you sible" to give Mr. Oaks plenty of room of a great many friends in the loss miserable life sours, then your little one becomes few likely looking animals at an av- are not here long, so make your stay in which he is fully corroborated by CHURCH NOTES. erage of about $14u, and others were of their loving mother. Mrs. WilmoJ; agreeable. Eat what you like and Mr. Pepples. half-sicfeverish, don't cat g Rev. J. G. Livingston will preach cross, member of the had been a church sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, buying in small quantitties. The mule Christian church, and was a splendid, digest it; enjoy it, without dread of the Crab Orchard Christian at system cold, has sore throat, market was draggy all day, as owners FOR SALE. 22 head of next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. stomach-ach- full of "or diarrhoea. Listen, of mules are holding them for top consecrated Christen woman in rebellion in the stomach. e Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your mules; have been worked; sevserk Presbyterian church: every way. She delighted in doing home anyway. Should one of your eral nice pairs in the bunch. C. C. Mother! See if tongue is coated, then j prices since the market has been go- vices Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. good to those about her, and will be family eat something which don't Gover, R. F. D. 2, Lancaster. Our Missionary Bible Do We Be- give a of teaspooniui ot a "uaniornia , s "P sadly missed from the family fire- agree Figs," and in few hours Syrup with th'em, or in case of an lieve In It? Come. side and in the community where she bile attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastSHIPPING OLD IRON. MATTINGLY WALKER. Rev. D. M. Walker will preach at all the constipated waste, sour had lived so long and was so beloved. ritis or stomach derangement at dayout of in Danville Sun and lindifest.ed fond nasses the Christian church The pallbearers at the funeral Avere time or during the night, it is handy W. B. Buchanan, who buys almost Will Walker, a younger brother of have a well. day morning January dutn. n tne th Rvfitam. and vnn J. H. Dalton, R. L. Hubble, to give the quickest, surest relief anything that is sold, loaded two cars jJudSe Lewis L- - Walker and Green Messrs. good people of Danville want to hear playful child again. Nunnelley, Bowen Gover. Rich- known. with 165,000 pounds of old iron1 FriMillions, of mothers give "Califor-- ! Clay Walker, surprised his friends by L. P. one of the ablest young pulpit orat C. Eubanks. day and Saturday. He has been buyis per- - marrying in Jeffersonville, Ind., last ard Hester and J. ors in the state, they should go to nia Syrup of Figs" because it ing it, a few pounds at a time, for the same time that his Mrs. Elsie Wilson, 80, of Pineville, fectly harmless; children love it, andiweek about hear him. past several rronths. He shipped it never fails to act on the stomach, , brother, the County Attorney of NEPHEW OF MRS. FOX DIES, TOO burned to death last week wherr her the to Frank N. Tinder, the son of Elder a Louisvil e firm which pays Mr. it wedded. Garrard, was also Will Newell, son of Bowen Newell, clothing caught fire from an open F. M. Tinder, of Lancaster, who is a liver and bowels. Mat-botthim S8 per ton on cars at Stanford. bride was Miss Lena who died at his farm in Pulaski grate,. : Walker's Ask your druggist for a student at the Bible College in Lex No one had no idea that there was Figs," tingly, said to be a charming young about a week or ten days ago, 'died of "California Syrup of ington, has been called to the pasto- for babies, lady of the Falls City. Mr. Walker at his home near Somerset Thurs- BAD COLD QUICKLY BROKEN UP that much old iron in Lincoln counrate of the Christian church at Hub which has full directions for grown- - has been practicing law in Louisville day. Several weeks ago, the young Mrs. Martha Wilcox, Gowanda, N. ty. ages and ble. He is engaged for the second children of all Mr. Newell had an arm torn off in a Y., writes: "I first used Chamberups plainly printed on the bottle. for a year ago and has a bright and fourth Sundays in the month. him His many friends corn shredder, and he had been Very lain's Cough Remedy about eight THE GIST OF IT. i ture before of counterfeits sold here, section, will extend con- - low ever since. He .was a nephew of years ago. At that time I had a , back "Last December I had a very seCONSTIPATION AND INDIGES- Get the genuine, made by "Califor-Mrs. Jesse vFox, of this county, and hard cold and coughed most of the vere cold and was nearly down sick nia J?'ie Svrun Uomnanv." Keiuse , Kiatuiawuua, TION. was a young man with many warm time. .It proved to be just what I in bed. I bought two bottles of "I have used Chamberlain's Tab any other kind with contempt. The Q. & C. railroad is preparing friends, and had a bright future be-- needed. It broke up the cold in a Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and lets and must say they are the best mother, entirely only a very the I have ever used .for constipation The Stanford Credit Men's Asso- - J to do some building at Junction City. fore him. Besides theFollowing" sev- few days, and have cough many of dis- was completely few days until I the appeared. I my told restored to health," ciation meets tonight at 7 o'clock. All It has taken an option on the G. W. eral sisters survive. and indigestion. My wife also used property for a' period of three death of the father, and only a few friends of the good I received thru writes O. J. Metcalf, Weatherby, Mo. to be present. (Pipes them for indigestion and they did members are urged months, within which time,, it is ex- - months before the grandmother, this using this medicine, and all who have If you would know the value of this her good," writes Eugene S. Knight, jof interesting news pected that, its, plans will have mat-wa-s death is in a greater degree of sad- used it speak of it in the highest remedy, ask anyone who has used it. Quite a lot Obtainable ev Wilmington, N. C. Obtainable .everywhere. ness. The funeral was conducted terms." Obtainable everywhere. " crowded over to Friday's paper, ured. erywhere. . v se life-lonN -M'-Curry, TERRORIZED IS YOUR TIME UP? Sunday morning by Rev. Talbot of the Presbyterian church,' and the body laid to rest in the Somerset cemetery. - AUTO INJURES ei ' w, I tick-pose- ! great-fraterna- for-venti- on ! al circu-daught- er, - cuur, with-Toug- fa-so- -- Lo-Shel- by set-kno- J r. -- 3fcitm0jfrii-!ie-KvirinoHntrodnee-- -- ni", ! x- - n, tu nt I k, life-lon- Mid-wee- 6-- 4p 50-ce- le nt fu-Bew- , in-thi- s 1 it-w- as -- j 4- - - " . 4 t - , r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, January 25, 1916. THRIFT! Hundreds have joined our The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley. $1.00 A TEAR STRICTLY .Publisher IN ADVANCE Entered at the postoffice at Stanford claes mail matter at second Christmas Savings Club A new supply of cards just in. Get One Now. Certificates of Deposit Bearing 3 Per Cent. Interest For Lar ger Amounts. LINCOLN County NATIONAL DANK. "Corner Next To Court House. Stanford, - - Kentucky. Winter Is Not Over Yet Another Cold Spell Coming. Don'tjlet it catch you unprepared this time. Phone us for a load of our Rex or Pioneer Block. It will please you. PHONE NO. 49. Lincoln county tobacco growers who had weed on the market at Danville Monday all came home with broad smiles on their iaces. Top prices were the rule, and as most of the offerings made by the Lincoln BAD FIRE IN EAST END. county growers were of classy weed, The house, barn, outbuildings, very satisfactory figures were realizand all the personal effects of Gar- ed. Col. Ike Dunn is boosting all the land Howard, about a half mile time and does everything in his poweast of Crab Orchard on the Brod-hea- d er to please his patrons. road, were completly destroyed by fire about 11 o'clock last Friday Quick morning. The family was out of the Has Faith in house at the time the flames broke Remedy For Catarrh out, and it is supposed that the wind blew open a door and caused fire to blow out of a grate on to the floor, G. L. Penny Guarantees That Hyc and thus set the place ablaze. Mr. the Worst mei Will Relieve Howard's loss falls very heavy upon Cases of Catarrh in Stanford him as he carried no insurance, and may run up as high as $1000 as he When one of the most reputable lost all of his feed, as well as the concerns in Stanford guarantees that buildings, etc. He is the son of Ben a medicine will produce benefit or it Howard, a well known resident of will refund the money, it speaks volthe East End. umes for the merits ot that remedy. It is in this way that G. L. Penny is Keep your property of all kinds selling Hyomel, the treatment that well protected from fire by insuring has helped so many cases of both with Jesse D. Wearen, the Insurance acute and chronic catarrh in StanMan, of Stanford. 1 ford and vicinity. Hyomei is not a pill nor is it a WOMEN OF SEDENTARY HABITS spray or a lotion that must be rubWomen who get but little exercise bed in. It is an oil the air of which are likely to "be troubled with consti- you just breathe in your nose, throat pation and indigestion ana will find and lungs by the aid of an inhaler Chamberlain's Tablets rightly benefi- that comes with every outfit. Benefit cial. Not so good as a three or four will usually be seen from the very mile walk every day, but very much first treatment. This air destroys all germ life in better than to allow the bowels to the air passages and lungs and en remain in a constipated condition. They are e&Sy and peas'afat to take riches and purifies the blood with the and most agreeable in "effect. Ob- additional ozone it supplies. It banishes catarrh of the head and throat, tainable everywhere. and respiratory organs. Wherever these mucous membrances contain BURGLARY AT McKINNEY. catarrhal germs, there Hyomei will Unknown burglars looted the do its work of healing. store owned by G. H. Masters at McThe complete Hyomei outfit is inKinney last Friday night;, obtaining expensive and includes an inhalabout $6 or 7 in cash, i Entrance er, dropper and sufficient Hyomei for to the building was effected by a side several weeks' treatment. window, wheih was pried open. "CaHen, ember that if Hyomei does not sey" Jones, who is in charge of the relieve you, G. L. Penny will refund store, sleeps at home and discovered your money. 5,7 pre-primary When McChesney and Stanley were running for governor, in the primary last August, one of the stock arguments of those opposed to McChesney was that the governor "would have nothing to do with the prohibition question." How much bunk was in that is shown by the reports from Frankfort of the activity of "the Administration" to defeat bill now before the the state-wid- e Senate: The Louisville Times, which aspires to be the organ of the Administration said this Monday: "The administration leaders have not been letting any grass grow under their feet since the 'drys' precipitated the State-wid- e fight, and Gov. Stanley has the situation well in hand." And there you have a complete refutation arguments. of the the burglary when he came down to open up the store Saturday morning. He immediately phoned here to Mr. Masters, who went out to McKinney to investigate. The cash register which had been taken out of the store bodily, was found at a railroad siding, north of town, rifled, of the money it contained. A couple of pieces were found near the register, which had evidently dropped out in the dark. 10-ce- nt - OVERCOATS At Reduced Prices. Heard About Town News was received from Florida Tuesday by Postmistress Mary Bruce that the quarters of the road camp of which her father, I SI. Bruce lias charge near Mt. Dora, burned down and Mr. Bruce lost everythng he had except the clothes on his back. Mr. Bruce left Stanford only a short time ago to take a nice position on the Dixie Highway work. 7-- 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: $15 $12 I or Overcats that were $20 and $25. For Overcoats that were $15 to $17.50; $8 For Overcoats that were $10 to $12.50. CA $3 0J that sold as high as $10. For Men s Small Sizes and Boys Overcoats Here in this sale you will find the identical Overcoats that you have admired so much this season, including Collegian, Artcraft and other good ones. Let us show you. :::.::: KENTUCKY Northcott & Tudor. McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD : There Are Rubber Goods THAT. EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE. A great many people have the impression that the only time a rubber article is needed is when sickness appears. As a matter of fact, there are certain rubber goods that will lend comfort to the home every day in the year. Whatever item you may choose hot water bottles, ice caps, face bottles, fountain syringes, atomizers, or anything else in the rubber line here you can get the best to be had. A Good One-- - Genuine Oliver Plows Try our riding turning Oliver Plow. It has 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 3rour sod. Take one on trial. and Repairs W.E. PERKINS, - Crab Orchard PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford. W. H. Higgins, Stanford More Cold Weather COMING M .- Winter Is Just Getting Started Prepare for It by Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL , Weather is coming. Wet I 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 Flour, Phoue No. 168. We have now a new supply of 19 M Rubber and Leather Footwear Low Top Shoes, Medium Tops and Extra High Tops these are weather beatres. Heavy Kersey and Corduroy Suits for Men . 7 THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, 1 3c at Yard 14c Delivered The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY YdU WILL NEED THESE Sam Robinson, Stanford BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE L Ji s GEORGE H. FARRIS. s y & - r "R The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, January 25, 1916. Mr. J. S. Hocker was at London on business Monday. Mrs. S. A. Barnes is visiting rela- tives and friends at Brodhead. W. B. Turley, of Richmond, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. R: T. ' , Has Been Bruce. Prescribed By Well Mrs. Mary Martin, who has had Known Physician For 2, sippf with grip, is improving. Stanford, Ky., Made December 31, 1915. Many Years. Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Reynolds are on the sick list tKis week. The infirmities of age are especialMiss Ruby Montgomery, of Liberty, is the guest of Mrs. B. D. Car- ly manifest in a tendency to constiResources Liabilities pation, and call for treatment that ter. Loans, Stocks and Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Assessor E. D. Kennedy has been will afford relief in an easy way. The quite ill with grip for several days. rapid action of cathartic remedies Surplus earned Bonds 28,500.00 $251,446.97 Misses, Louis Clelland and Marg- and purgatives that shock the system Undivided profits U. S. Bonds. 941.20 50,000.00 aret Overstreet, of Parksville are should be avoided, more especially as the relief they offer is only temare the guests of Mrs. Ed Davis. 600.00 Banking House & Fund to pay taxes Mrs. W. A. Carson, and daughter, porary and is usually more than offCirculation 9,482.85 49,100.00 other real estate Annell went to Lancaster Saturday, set by disturbance to the vital organs Deposits 202,114.82 Cash & due from caused by their violent action. to visit friends and relatives. Nearly thirty years ago Dr. W. B. Mrs. Belle Perkins and son, Lee Bills payable "26,000.00 46,326.20 banks Saturday to visit her daughter, Caldwell, Monticello, 111, prescrbed a left compound of simple laxative herbs .Mrs. G. C Rose, of Lancaster. Glasscock, who has been that has since become the standard Mrs. H. E. Total Total $357,256.02 $357,256.02 Mrs. Rachel Allen. visiting Mrs. L. C Rose, of Parks- household remedy in thousands of The Bank declared 3 per cent, payable on demand homes. It acts easily and gently, yet to keep it in the house always. ville returned Saturday. Miss Emma Warren left yesterday with positive effect, without griping Druggists sell Dr. Caldwell's Syrup for Cincinnati to spend some time or other pain or discomfort. Mrs. Ra- Pepsin for fifty cents a bottle. It ia expenses, declared Wishing you a very Happy New Year, we We have paid taxes and chel Allen, Galesburg, Kans., is 71 a splendid remedy and should be in,, payable on deare, very truly, dividend of with Miss Mae Brackett. mand, and there will remain $941.20 to UnPresident J. S. HOCKER Mrs. Will Severance has returned years old, and after using a 'bottle every home. A trial bottle, free ox divided Profits; and $600 to Fund for Taxes. S. T. HARRIS after a two weeks' visit to Mrs. Kir-b- y of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, charge, can be obtained by writing The bank will pay 3 interest per annum, wrote that it had crone her a world to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 WashingCashier H. C BAUGHMAN Bourne in New Castle. compounded January 1st, and July 1st, on W. W. SAUNDERS, and Strother of good and that she intends ton St., Monticello, 111. Messrs. Will Carson Savings Accounts, and One Dollar ($1.00) Bookkeeper J. R. HARRIS i will open an account. The bank also pays inCarter were in Frankfort Sunday, terest on Time Certificates. the guests of lady friends. Mrs. Hockaday returned to her John C Robinson, S. T. Harris, C. R. ColeThe Bank solicits accounts both small and Today's Best. Bargains Dr. B. B. Southard went up to home at Richmond, Saturday, after man, J. S. Hocker, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid, large, and from the young and old; and Rockcastle on professional business a visit to her niece, Mrs. Robert Wm. Beck, H. C. Baughmrvn. J. M. Pettus, promises prompt and faithful attention to all Monday. W. G. Gooch, J. C. Eubanks, Directors. Bruce. business intrusted to it. The People's Marke.. Place AdverHarry Jones, of Pine Clarence, the young son of Mr. tise What Yon Have to Sell Knot, was in the city Monday ,en and Mrs. Henry M. Spoonamore, of route to London. Boyle, has been quite ill for several PIANO at a bargain. See E. C. Mrs. John Charles Osborne, who days. , 1 Walton. . has been with the homefolks here for Misses Lena Oatts and Neva Dr. J. F. Peyton 'is still confined Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Watson were some time, returned Monday to her Personal and Social who have been visiting Mrs. Mil to his home with grip. in Lancaster Satmday. hpme at Knoxville. FOR SALE. Pair of mules, comler Hill, left Monday for a visit to Cabell Woods, who holds a nice'po-sitio- n s. W. S. Fish has been down with Mr. Allen Huddlestone, of Paris W. H. Rigney, ing Louisville. Social Calendar. in the Eastern State Hospital spent Sunday with Miss Mae Warren. the grip for several days. Hustonville, Ky. phone 65-Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Fisher and spent Jan. 27. The Dixie Rook Club Mrs. Mattie Nevius has returned Messrs. James Tribble, E. C. Jor- for the Insane at Lexington, daughter, Mary Gilford, were in town meets with Mrs. McKee Riffe at two from a visit to relatives at Lancaster dan and Lewis Proctor were. in Lan- Sunday with his moitier, Sirs. Adelle COTTAGE for rent-- Four rooms; Monday visiting friends and s. Woods, here. o'clock. and Gilbert's Creek. caster Sunday. close in and desirable; immediate McMr. and Mrs. S. M. Owens, of Jan. 26 The Woman's Club will Jesse B. Lawrence, son of Mr. W. T. Cummins, Albert Veihl, Fred Metcalf, and possession. Call on E. C. Walton. 1 meet in the Club Rooms at 2:30 p. and Mrs. Frank Lawrence, of the the guest of friends of Corbin, was Kinney, were guests of Mrs. Lelia B. at McKinney Cook and Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Perkins Dun Burton, of Danille, and Sam m. Sunday. Preachersville section, is very ill. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Ow- Fisher and Ray Powell, who are em ChapJan. 29 The Logan-Whitle- y I WANT to rent for 1916, 40 or 50 Dr. M. D. Early is improving nicely Messrs. Arnold and Ed Brady, Ott ens were with them Sunday. ployed there, were in town Sunday. acres of grass land. Must be well ter of D. A. R. will meet with Mrs. at Dr. Brown's hospital on the hill, Willis and Arthur Coffey were in Mrs. R. A. Asbury, who has been Annie Engleman at 2:30 o'clock. George Newland, got in Saturday watered. W. C. Shanks. Stanford. 7tf his many friends are glad to know. Hustonville Sunday. with her mother, Mrs. Charlotte War- from New Orleans, where he has Jan. 28 The Ladies Aid Society Mrs. H. P. Glasscox and little ren, and sisters and brothers here been located for some time, and is Mrs. J. H. Pruitt, of Moreland, is of the Baptist church will meet with HICKOCK'S Candy, fresh from Mrs. R. L. Davison at 2:30 o'clock. quite ill at the home of her daughter, daughter, Anna Rose Glasscox, are for some weeks, will return Thursday spending a few days with his mother, maker; just received, in attractive visiting relatives at Junction City. to her home at Little Rock, Ark. All members are urged to be present. Mrs. W. D. Welburr. here. Mrs. Annie Newland. boxes. The Lincoln Pharmacy, Shu-gaMrs. James Messer and son Levy 2 old stand, Stanford. who have been visiting Mrs. Liza Wilcher,. who has been ill returned FOR SALE. Pure Barred Rock y. to their home at Crab Orchard, Bright, Condensed Statement of Splendid Laxative For Elderly People THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK rnSik semi-annu- al 3, .- Vice-Preside- nt ?nd.-Bcokkeep- er Ex-Jud- ge 6-- four-year-old- Y, 6-- 46 rela-tivee- 7-- -- rs' 7-- Sat-urda- ' .Cockerels. 2-- . Mrs. Morrison - -- tr ; ! - ": - ?jk- - " - Detroit-Princes- s Children's Dresses sizes from 2-ye- We now have a complete line of these celebrated dresses. in stock in all" ar t size to 1 4-ye- ar Prices Range from 60c to $5.00 These are all made of best guaranteed FAST COLOR materials and our advice to our customers is to buy early. Styles are best possible prices are at their lowest for the year. There is no possible chance to better in any way this season. New Percales We have now in stock more than SEVENTY-FIVPATTERNS of the: very finest special light weight Percales .and offer them' at 2 2c the lowest price "ever made for this quality of Percales. sr E 1 Ky., R. F. D. No. W. H. Higgins and Jack Rout, and Phone 4Gt Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. Morrison Bright and Mr. Thomas Bright, spent Sunday Hustling local repreWANTED. with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Matheny, sentative to sell our sanitary brushes. on the Ottenheim pike. Mrs. Miller Hill entertained at din- Exclusive territory; big profits to the ner Sunday in honor of her sister right party. North Ridge Company, lp 111. and niece, Misses Lena Oatts and Ne Freeport, va Rankin. Quite an enjoyable time was spent. FOR SALE. Two beautiful MaMrs. David Scott and daughter, hogany Pianos, like new; fine tone; Miss Ellen Scott, were so ill with grip bargains, $125 each, cash. Address at their home near Goshen that they B. Greenup, 617 S. 2nd street, Louis- -, 8 were unable to attend the funeral of ville, Ky. , their husband and father, David t Scott, Monday. FOR SALE A few genuine buff W. M. Bright and daughter, Miss toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rhode IsFanny Bright, of Norma, 111., who Red Cockerels for sale also.. spent several days bere with his ne- land Mrs. R. H. Crow, Shelby City, or phew W. M. "Bright and family, went tf R. D., No. 2. to Boyle county where they made a Stanford, visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bruce. FOR RENT. House and six acres: All members of the Woman's Club of land; good orchard; known as the-Joare requested to be present at the Embry place,; good house and club meeting Wednesday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, to discuss the ques- barn and all necessary outbuildings. tion of a Chautauqua here the com- Apply to S. J. Embry, Jr. ing summer. rr WILL hold horse and mule sale in" J. C. Reynolds and family have moved to the Myers' House and will basement at Carter & Carter's barn take their meals with Mrs. A. P. on .Monday, February 14, county Hunn. W. S. Rose, of Parksville, court day. For information see J. who is working third trick at Hemp, Moreland; J. Nevin Car- -' will occupy Mr. Reynolds' home on ter, Stanford; Harry Carter, Sfciit ford. Lancaster street. tf 7-3"-- 1-- e 7-- 2t 7-- 1 -- New Ginghams We offer choice of FIFTY excellent styles in'a very superior "quality of -Dress Ginghams at Oc yard. Full line of Bates and Toile du Nord Dress Ginghams at 2 2c. Genuine imported Scotch Dress Ginghams in solid colors and fancies at 2d cents a yard. .. . 1 ij " 1 1 -- ' -- ' II; Linen Sale I . r , . Our reduced prices on Table Linens, Napkins, Towels;' Crashes, etc., endsv $Tj- ' January 3 st. . ft - tr How Is Your Complexion? . ' is pimply, muddy or rough, ail the face creams, salves and powders in kingdom come won't make it 'clear and beautiful unless you are working right inside. every night for two weeks. Avoid pie and greasy food. If your skin $(&&&' A. B. Robertson & Bro. A Eat a few figs and drink a little senna tea st fc x Main Street Danville, Ky. V II the most healing toilet soap, the safest tonic, the softest talcum and the most cleansing tooth soaps to be had. ( Then come to us for the finest cold cream, Get your senna leaves, from us today. ,' N ." Wl The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. J. W. ACEY, Proprietor. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pln ckt ' . "fj .'- - ,JV r t, jf '' . J The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, January 25, 1916.- - "Well, I Should Say 'Bets-I- t' DOES Work" look a' There, If You Don't Think It's Just Wonderful for Corns!" "Bless my stars, look at it! Zand, of That the livin'! Why. just look at it! peelcorn came right off, just like ing bananas. Put your finger on my Fox, of Danville, sold 25 mules to Alexander & Dunigan for $2,500. E-- . P. Woods, on the .Knob Lick pike, sold to Mat Myers last week, 15 shoats that averaged 80 pounds, at six cents a pound. Senator R. X,. HuDbie, sold 1,100 bushels of wheat to the Waynesburg B. G. coming Milling Company Monday at $1.40 a bushel, delivered at Danville. Perry Tuggle, of the Marksbury section of Garrard, sold 14 hogs that averaged 156 pounds to Hutchins & Bean, of Danville, at six and a half cents a pound. Sterling Wall, of Milton, Tenn., sold to John W. Moody, of Statesville Tnn., a pair of coming 15 hands, 3 inches high, that, weigh "Bid Yoh Ever See the Like? No Wonder Gets-- It in the Biggest Selling; Cora Cure in the World!" toe, right there, don't be afraid, the skin that's it, feel how smooth corn was, is? Well, that's where the . Well, that beats all!" That's the way "Gets-It- " works on all corns, every corn, every time. It's the new, simple say goodway of curing corns. You'll bye to all foolish contraptions like bundling bandages, sticky tape, plassalves, and grave-digge- rs ters, such as knives, razors and "Gets-It- " stops pain. Applied scissors. in 2 seconds. Never fails. Nothing to stick to, hurt or press on the corn. "Gets-It- " is sold everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence toe-eatin- High Crop Average Broken at People's gt & Co., Chicago, 111. ed as the world's best corn remedy, busy engaging lambs at court Monby the Lincoln Pharmacy, formerly day. The little fellows are already Shugar's Drug Store. beginning to arrive, and the present mild weather is helping them a lot. John T. Rigsby, of Preachersville, Farm and Stock News sold a bunch of 1,100 pound steers to Charles Caldwell, of Danville, last J. H. Poynter, of Walnut Flat sec- week at $6.85 a hundred. There tion, is delivering his corn this week were 30 in the herd, which Mr. Rigs to J. H. Baughman, at $3.75 a bar- by has had on feed some time. rel. The hustling stock firm of Oatts J. C. Hays, of Crab Orchard sold & Robinson, of Boyle, sold the only to John Cress, of Preachersville, last bunch of cattle on the Lancaster mar-gweek a half a dozen shoats totalling Monday to Mart Bogie, of near 650 pounds in weight at five and a Marksbury. There were eight calves half cents a pound. in the bunch and they were sold at J. E. Robinson, of Lancaster, $30 a head. d bought a coming horse Hutchins & Bean, of Danville, mule Monday from H. Kidd, of Paint bought a herd of 11 steers from DurLick, for $150. ham & Evans, of Boyle, late last week J. F. Thompson, east of town, at $6.85 a hundred. The brutes avbought a dozen shoats that averaged eraged 1,100 pounds. They will go 70 pounds, from 0. H. Anderson, at in a shipment to the Cincinnati marsix cents a pound. ket which this firm will make the J. A. Spoonamore, near Hubble, last of this week. bought from Oscar Spoonamore, of W. R. Gaines, of Crab Orchard, mare mule says he sold the Shorthorn bull calf The most enthusiastic tobacco sales Brodhead, a for $130. he advertised in the I. J. soon after of the season took place Monday John T. Rigsby, of Preachersville, the first paper with the adv. was out at the People's House on Perryville horse and could have sold 35 more from street. There was a great crowd, oJT sold a coming mule at Lancaster 'Monday to Mitchel the adv. if he had had them. Mr. growers from Boyle and all surroundTaylor, of Danville, for $160. Ledford, of the East End, got the ing counties, and from several disE. L. Wilson, of Crab Orchard, calf, which was a fine one, for $50. tant counties, and when bidSfes&be-cam- e sold a bunch, of seven shoats that av spirited andprices soarecfrthere Charles Oatts, formerly of Mc eraged 80 pounds, toHJ. H. Thomp- Kinney, this county, now residing in was unlimited enthusiasm. V. Learr son, of Preachersville, at six cents Boyle, sold to Mitchell Taylor of of Anderson county, sold '2,465 a pound. Danville last week, a buggy horse pounds, an average crup, at the genJohn T. Rigsby, the hustling young for $140. From the firm of Oatts and eral average of $39.59 per hundred, Preachersville stock buyer, paid John Robinson, the Oatts being his broth- which broke, all the hign crop averHolmes six cents a pound, for seven er, Shel Oatts, Mr. Oatts bought ages in the state for the present seafat hogs that averaged 250 pounds. seven steers at $32.50 a head. son and gave onlyanother indication From J. H. Bustle he bought 18 Monday of the fact that on account of splenNews was received here shoats that averaged 110 pounds at by friends and stockmen with sincere did shipping facilities, and tobacco $5.60 a hundred. regret of the death at Cincinnati, of warehouses of the best type manDan Newsom, near Eubank, bought Col. Thomas M. Greene, a member of aged in accord with the best policies, seven calves from Pat Day, of the big stock commission firm of Danville stands far ahead of all marlast week for $112.50; from Greene, Embry & Co., of the Queen kets in the State when it comes to G. C. Cornett, of Eubank, he bought City. His death was sudden. Col. top prices and high averages. a yearling mule for $65 and a One basket of the Anderson coun Greene was born in Mt. Sterling. mare mule from Jos. Phelps George D. Boone, the well known ty crop brought 58 cents a pound, of the same section, for $190. trader, bought an old cow from Dud another 53 cents and still another 49 V. A. Lear, of Garrard, sold his Holmes in the East End last week for cents, while the lowest Drought 25 tobacco crop to the Lancaster To- $20; he paid Carl King, of Cedar cents. When this banner crop avbacco Warehouse, Speith & Grau, Creek $30 for a cow; bought eight erage was made, enthusiasm twas unof Louisville, proprietors, at $11.25 hogs from John Sabel, that averaged bounded. The Danville tobacco wareper hundred, average price. Mr. 100 pounds, at six cents a pound; houses have installed the very finest Lear's crop weighed li,zzc pounds. and 5 from a German named 'Kuten-ber- scales that can be purchased and parSWEET CLOVER SEED. Direct that averaged 110 pounds at" ties selling there can rest assured from grower; large cultivated bien- six cents a pound. of having their crops weighed absonial white and yellow; hulled and Wakefield of Shelbyville lutely accurate. Following are some Matthew Also special scarified for full last week bought ten of the finest of the many splendid crop averages and prompt germination; prices and mules ever shipped out of Oldham made Monday morning: circulars sent free. John A. Sheehan, county. They were all mare mules Nathan Hall and Daniel Newborn, and weighed from 1,300 to 1,450 V. Lear, of sold of the southern part of the county, pounds. Seven were brought from the following Anderson county, baskets: x sold an extra nice mare mule, a Clay Johnson for $1,500 ;t two from 125 pounds $26.00 .coming to W. B. Bur- E. S. Penny for $425; and one from 200 pounds at at $29.00 ton, at Lancaster Monday for $215. Glover Moss for $210. 165 pounds at $25.00 ground the care in selection of the 200 pounds at $31.00 A deal was closed at Winchester 225 pounds at $31.00 Saturday for 450,00a pounds of hemp PUBLIC SALE 145 pounds at ...--. $46.00 of the 1915 crop belonging to Clark 155 pounds at $58.00 County growers. The purchasers Having decided to go west, I will 160 pounds at $41.00 were E. F. Spears & Son, of Paris. at my home, located about one half .1 160 pounds at $53.00 The price was $11.50 per hundred, mile of Hustonville, Ky., on .'. 200 pounds at $49.00 the highest ever known for the arti.'. 180 pounds at $51.00 FEBRUARY 12th, 1916 cle. Many growers are holding out 225 pounds at s,...549.00 for a higher price, believing that jt beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., sell to '135 pounds $35.00 at will go to $15. the highest and best bidder the fol- 90 pounds at $29.00 T. C. Rankin got back late last lowing described property. My home 100 pounds at ...$32.00 week from Grantville, Ga., where he consisting of about 20 acres of land AVERAGE $39.59 took a carload of mules about ten in a high state of cultivation; about days ago, this being the second load 12 acres of grass; old fashioned house J. S. Johnson, of Washington he has had on the southern market of six rooms, hall, etc; well watered, within a month or six weeks. Mr. two lasting springs; new tobacco county, sold the following baskets: $20.00 Rankin says that the southern market barn; 1 mule, 8 years old, a good 205 pounds at '. $20.00 improving constantly. The plant- one; 2 mules, 4 years old, good work- 275; pounds at is '. of rainy wea- ers; 2 mules, 7 years old, well broke 225 pounds at ers have had a world $18.75 A ther, but things are getting better and good workers; 1 mifle, 1 year old 245 pounds at ., $15.00 all the time- in the south and all are 1 horse, 4 years old, by Dignity Dare, 275 pounds at 519.0c . pleased with prospects. a good driver; 2 good milk cows. 255 pounds at $30.00 Farming implements, harness, plows, 215 pounds at tate of Ohio, City af Tclelo, tncas County, ss. etc.; household and kitchen furniture 125 pounds at... $15.25 Frank J. Cheney makes oatb that be is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., do$36.00 1 range, good as 175 pounds at ing business In the City of Toledo, County and also the following: $54.00 State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay new; 1 leather top buggy in good 175 pounds at " the sura of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for $22.50 pach and every case of Catarrh that cannot be shape; 1 pair 2 year old mules, have 215 pounds at by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. cured 1 $14.25 1 Duroc boar, subject 125 pounds at been worked; FRANK J. CHENEY. 140 pounds at $22.50 Sworn to before me and subscribed in my to register, 16 thoroughbred Duroc 270 pounds at presence, this 6th day of December, A. D., 1886. sows, bred to farrow the, last of Feb$20.50 A. W. OLEASON, Seal. 130 pounds at $16.00. ruary; 1 disc harrow. This is a Notary Public. and $17.50 Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally sur- rare opportunity to iuy a good home, 100 pounds at cts directly upon the blood- and mucous ...I.,..i..$15.75 faces of the- system. Send for testimonials, located near a live' town, with good 125 pounds at free' "" ' 250 pounds at . $15.50 , i.i. graded schools. P. J. 'CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. AVERAGE' $21.27. 7."c. Sold by JOHN SPEARS, "Huitoaville, .Ky. Take Hall's Family PIIU "for constipation. et three-year-olfive-year-old Sold in Stanford and recommend- 2,100 pounds, for $400. J. W. West raised 3,600 pounds of hemp on 2 4 acres of land just beyond his home on Lancaster street. He sold it early and only got 7 2 cents. He has sold the rest of his crop at 10 4 cents. Taylor & Bean, of Danville, shipped a load of mules to Atlanta, Ga., market Friday, which they had on feed for a month. Mr. Taylor and B. G4 Fox went south with the hybrids, and will help sell them. The popular trading firm of Brown & Lawson, of Garrard county, were 1-1-1-- House at Danville Tobacco Takes Big Upward Jump at People's House Monday Morning and Anderson County Crop of 2465 Pounds Brings An Average of $39.59 per Hundred This is the High Crop Average for Kentucky During Present Season, Breaking All Past High Averages in the Commonwealth Big Offering on the Floors, No Rejections, and Great Enthusiastic Crowd of Growers Present Those Who Have Watched Sales Daily Say Tobacco Is Up Two Cents on Pound COL DUNN AND ASSIStANTS REMAIN ON FLOOR. AND BOOST PRICES W. A. Peach, of Anderson county, sold the following, baskets: 70 pounds at $ 4.40 205 pounds at .. $15.50 90 pounds- - at ......$17.75 280 porads- .:...3l8.75 280 po lids' atWr.;.Y7..: 317.50 75 "pounds at ' .....J.'..u....'. $17.25 3.00 pounds at ......'; $19.75 190 pounds at $19.75 185 pounds at ....'. $16.25 210 pounds at . $19.00 265 pounds at $20.50 280 pounds at $18.00 115 pounds at $10.75 110 pounds at $ 8.75 atj-...,- .. '. four-year-o- ld AVERAGE $17.34 Way-nesbu- rg six-year-- g, un-hulle- d. Robinson & Robinson, of .Merce- county, sold the following baskets: 220 pounds at $27.00 165 nuonds at $26.00 220 pounds-23- at $18.25 pounds at $13.50 165 pounds at $18.50 120 pounds at $16.50 .'. 235 pounds at $23.00 255 pounds at $24.50 185 pounds at ......$21.00 235 pounds at $21.00 425 pounds at $16.25 375 pounds at $15.75 300 pounds at $14.75 315 pounds at $10.50 320 pounds at $ 9.50 5 AVERAGE $18.35 six-year-- Tribble & ty, sold the 295 pounds 300 pounds 285 pounds 245 pounds 300 pounds 285 pounds 375 pounds 305 pounds 210 pounds 205 pounds 280 pounds 350 pounds 340 pounds 300 pounds 315 pounds 170 pounds 160 'pounds Bogie, of Lincoln conn-followi- ng baskets: at at- '. ...-- $19.0 $14.75 I t at at at at . : O ..... .....v. at at ........ at at at at at at . .'. $14.00 $14.00 $13.75 $13.75 ..... Jp J. rt 6ty $10.00 $ 9.50 $ 9.50 $11.25 $11.50 $11.00 v$11.25 i.'.$17.7o $19.00 ...1 at at ..., I AVERAGE $13.10. - , - - Sutton 8c county, sold 170 pounds 230 pounds 205 pounds 180 pounds 385 pounds 215 pounds 265 pounds 260 pounds 440. pounds 220 pounds 295 pounds 485 pounds Beazley, , of Garrard the following baskets:. ....$11.50 at , $11.25 at at $16.50 ....: $16.75 at ...v.......!. at at at at at ..-- v. :: l.v. - $17.75' $17.25 $17.00 $13.25 $16.75 $13.75 $ 9.00 - ......4.$17.00 ..: -- at at at .'. V AVERAGE $14.42 ". Peavyhouse & Son sold the followAnderson & Shouse, of Boyle couning baskets: . ty sold the following baskets: 225 pounds at $18.00 $16.00 280 pounds at ltiO pounds at 220 pounds at $ 7.25 $16.00 85 pounds at 150 pounds at $19.75 ..$18.00 50 pounds at 470 pounds at $19.75 .$18.75 30 pounds at 360 pounds at $20.00 $11.00 65 pounds at 80 pounds at $44.00 $ 6.50 40 pounds at $16.75 AVERAGE $1 5.35 50 pounds at $17.75 $26.00 Evans, Durham & Shouse, sold the 35 pounds at 55 pounds at following baskets: $30.00 60 pounds at $40.00 140 pounds at $13.75 160 pounds at $18.75 245 pounds at .. $19.75 310 pounds at $18.00 65 pounds at $46.00 $14.00 25 pounds at $40.00 325 pounds at $10.00 115 pounds at $29.00 275 pounds at AVERAGE $17.86 290 pounds at ,. $23.50 .'. 75 pounds at 24.0? Pennibaker & Beckham, of Mercer 100 pounds at . -. $17.25 county, sold the following baskets: 220 pounds at $14.75 1'60 pounds at . $12.25 $13.75 375 pounds at 115 pounds at $14.75 5 7.00 205 pounds at 45 pounds at $19.75 $ 7.00 220 pounds at 190 pounds at AVERAGE $20.50 $19.38 230 pounds at $16.50 Ed. Hendrickson, of Casey county, 95 pounds at $23.00 300 pounds at sold the following baskets: $17.50 250 pounds at 75 pounds at $15.75 ..$13.75 290 pounds at 160 pounds at $12.25 $24.50 195 pounds at $ 8.25 165 pounds at $29.00 AVERAGE $15.39 145 pounds at $17.25 200 pounds at $18.25 S. T. Hancock, of Soyfe county, 330 pounds at $12.75 sold the' following baskets: 65 pounds at : $ 7.25 60 pounds at .'. $ 8.00 45 pounds at $10.00 165 pounds at $14.00 AVERAGE $17.98 105 pounds at $15.75 $30.00 Walter Humphrey, of Garrard 120 pounds at $23.00 county, sold the following baskets: 210 pounds at pounds $16.50 130 pounds at ...$17.00 290 pounds at 55 at $10.75 155 pounds at $17.25 j $ 8.75 145 pounds at $25.00 140 pounds at v... AVERAGE $16.99 200 pounds at $29.00 300 pounds at $18.25 Price & Sutton, of Garrard county 260 pounds at $13.75 sold the following baskets: 15 pounds at $ 6.75 300 pounds at .$16.00 30 pounds" at $ 4.60 125 pounds at .$17.00 AVERAGE $19.09 190 pounds at $26.00 60 pounds at : .$30.00 McConnell & Merriman, of Boyle 155 pounds at $45.00 county, sold the following baskets: 320 pounds at .. $30.00 110 pounds at ..-$10.25 115 pounds at $20.50 80 pounds at $13.75 285 pounds at . $19.25 290 pounds at ... $19.75 150 pounds $14.25 90 pounds at a...$22.50 330 pounds at at $ 9.00. 155 pounds at .'..'$25.00 60 pounds at .. $ 5.00 60 pounds, at $32.00 AVERAGE $20.82 150 pounds at $20.50 220 pounds at $18.50 Tarkington & Strevel, of Boyle 320 pounds at 510.75 county, sold the . following baskets: 205 pounds at $13.75 220 pounds at $15.50 405 pounds at $10.75 210 pounds at $15.50 AVERAGE $15.00. 235 pounds at $18.50' 205 pounds at $19.75 Atwood & Garrison, of Marion 185 pounds at $19.00 90 pounds at . .....$16.25 255 pounds at S19.7K 125 pounds at $15:75 280 pounds at $20.00; 165 pounds at $16.25 190 pounds at $21.5o 85 pounds at .i $32.00 80 pounds at .$19.75 45 pounds at ..'. $39.00 360 pounds at $16.25.100 pounds at $20.00 355 pounds at $16.25 240 pounds at $16.75 355 pounds at $14.25 140 pounds' at $1$.00 205 pounds at ..$10.75 240 pounds at $ 9.00 40 pounds at J. 5 9.25 155 pounds at . $ 5.00 85 pounds at , $ 8.75. .- 1 - 1 AVERAGE $15.52 AVERAGE $1.0 , V J. . 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