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Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, January 28, 1916. STANFORD Tuesdays and Fridays CONVENTION CHAUTAUQUA FOR DINING AT BRIGHT'S INN LITTLE BOY IN BAD SHAPE DESECRATION OF SABBATH STANFORD GETS Is Being Agitated by Woman's Club Given in Honor of W. M. Bright, Sr., As Result of Fall on Ice While SkatWho Lived There S9N Years Ago ing Last Week. With Much Success. In Covington and Newport Told of In Letters from Pastors A lengthy circular letter has been Eighth District Republicans Decide to Meet Here February 29. Shelgave a very delightful dining at numerously received here from the byville Only Opponent. Bright's Inn, their handsome home, pastors of the Covington churches, of out on the Danville pike, Tuesday, which Rev. Joseph W. Hagin, formerin honor of their relative, Mr. W. M. ly of this city, is one, urging all who The Eighth District Republican A band of bold, bad burglars Bright, Sr., of Normal, 111., who was are interested in preserving the Sab- presidential convention will be held seems to be operating in this section their guest. Those present were boybath to write to the representatives in Stanford, Tuesday, February 29, of the state. Following close upon hood friends of Mr. Bright and many and senators now at Frankfort to at 2:30 o'clock, p. m. This was deheels of the robbery of G. H. the of them were schoolmates in the long support the Frost and Greene bills, cided upon at a meeting of the DisMcKinney last week blasters' store at years ago the genago. Fifty-nin- e which are designed to close up the trict Committee held in the county the country store of G. H. Floyd, at tleman who was honored, lived in the Covington and Newport saloons on court room here Thursday afternoon. Geneva, below McKinney was robbed house where the splendid dinner was Sunday. Conditions in those tow cities Shelbyville was the only contender and on Wednesday night the McKinenjoyed, but left for the farther have been shown to be intolerable against Stanford for the honor of ney Milling Company was entered. west to make his fame and fortune. ever since former Attorney General entertaining the convention. The Early Thursday morning burglars This paper is glad to state that he James Garnett startet rne effort to vote was eight counties to two in blew the safe at the Lancaster dehas succeeded admirably and that close up the groggeries there on the favor of Stanford. At the meeting pot and entered R. E. McRoberts' today Normal has no more substansabbath. Among the things the min- of the convention two delegates and burglary drug store. A tial or better citizen than Mr. Bright. isters say in their appeal are: "Cov- two alternates will be named to the was but over at Eubank when Ed The dinner, which was a most comington and Newport on Sunday: Sa- national convention at Chicago, an was robbed of about $8,000. Inland prehensive one and beautifully servloons wide open; drunken men and elector and a member of the State was robbed on the The Floyd store ed, was partaken of in the old stone women; vile and filthy language; Central Committee. same night as the Masters burglary, part of the building where the host reckless driving; women openly inThe committee meeting here a and a quantity of groceries and had spent many happy hours in his sulted; repulsive profanity on the Thursday was largely attended by small amount of change taken. A boyhood, with the friends who sat streets and street cars; city and members and representative repubwindow was prized open, and enabout him. Following are those who county officials utterly fail to enforce licans of the district, and all seemtrance effected through it. were present: Messrs. J. C. Hays, the law; juries fail or refuse to in- ed to think that the G. O. P. has a The burglary of the McKinney George S. Carpenter, Arch A. Mcdict or convict violators of Sunday good chance to win this year. OutMilling Company took place WedRoberts, S. H. Baughman, Joseph closing law; Circuit Judge and Com- side of the friendly contention over nesday night. A window in the rear Ballou, Robert L. Porter, E. P. monwealth Attorneys express opin- the meeting place, the committee was jimmied open, and the safe then Woods, John W. Rout and George P. ion that juries will not act; injunc- meeting was entirely harmonious. no money was found. opened, but Bright. Those invited and who were tion proceedings fail as a practical Col. Mike Hughes, former postmasflour was Several sacks of the best detained on account of illness or othremedy; remedial legislation needed; ter at Shelbyville, led the fight for eight. Mantaken, probably seven or erwise were: Judge James P. Bailey, the best moral element; of northern the convention at Shelbyville, and ager J. L. McKechnie secured Lair's Messrs. Spears Fisher and J. T. Hack-le- y Kentucky asks the state 'Will you had valiant assistance from former bloodhounds from Hustonville. The and Dr. J. F. Peyton. Their stand for present conditions?' Are Postmaster Wallace, of Richmond, dogs made a trail at once, and started seats at the big table were taken by on him. you with us? Tell them so, today." and former U. S. Marshal Short, of up the road but soon gave it up. It of the nephews and grand-nepheReference to this matter was made in Madison county. When tlie vote was evident that the robbers had enguest of honor. several Lincoln county pulpits Sun- came, however, Madison divided her tered a buggy and driven off as the The average age of the gentlemen . PUTTING IN NEW TILING. 32 votes evenly between the conrepeated the same performance dogs County Road Engineer McKee day and the need for active present was 74 2 years, which tending cities, giving 16 votes to of all Christian, put on the scent again. when Riffe has been busy this past week makes the gathering probably the putting sex. people of the state was fully set Stanford and 16 to Shelbyville. Lancaster Larcenies. in vitrified tiling at various oldest that has been together at a State Central Committeeman Geo. undoubtedly will meet with The depot at Lancaster was enterjpoints on the public roads where old forth and festal board in this section for some D. Florence called the committee response. morning by the ed early Thursday WOMAN'S CLUB NOTES culverts have given way or are giving an immediate time. meeting to order, and stated the purburglars breaking the glass in the sighs of so doing. The county and Crafts exhibit has pose of the meeting. Members of The Arts BIG FLOCK OF WILD DUCKS. loor and turning the night latch. The bought, two car loads of this tiling the Stanford Commercial Club were knob was broken off the safe with a been postponed until the last of Feb- 'SPOONAMORE BUYS OUT MILL. which is practically indestructible i Sam F. Gentry, who is the best present and Messrs. P. M. McRoberts large railroad wrench, and then the ruary, at which time antiques, fanThe real estate firm of Hughes and is proving a big help toward giv- - posted man in this part of the state safe was dynamited. Only a few cy work of all kinds, and anything & McCarty, of this city, negotiated uv. nency to roadways which on wild fowl and their habits, in- J. C. McClary, Wm. Severance, S. M. Saufley and City Attorney T. J. A of beauty and interest are wanted. stamps were secured, however, a deal this week by which Frank ParAisBW maged by washouts from forms the I. J. that he saw this week Hill made short invitation addresses containing about $5 was hidden A big exhibit is expected. sack Spoonamore bought out the interests brSSfiKi or worn-ou- t culverts one of the largest flocks of ducks he to the committee. in a corner of the room by Agent At the meeting of the Woman's of D. V. Kennedy, in the milling firm has ever seen on the acre pond on James Spillman of Mercer county Patterson and was not found. The Club Wednesday afternoon, the fol- of D. V. Kennedy & Co., of this city. HOLDING HIS OWN Forestus Reid's farm on the Hustonmoved that the Convention be held was found on the lowing program was rendered: safe's money box Mr. Spoonamore has had three years' Oaks, who was badly in- - ville pike, about two miles west of in Stanford on February 29th, the Tailroad south of Lancaster next American Womgn... in.. .Music, .and experience in the business at-th- e Kenauto accident Monday, Stanford. They completely covered day before . the otate . convontioivfSt-Louisville- .' xnornmg. "The 'McRoberts' drug store Wh'atSheMay Accomplish Musically nedy mill, and is amply qualified in Speaking'of them Mr. Genolding his own well and This was seconded by"W. i on the public square was entered eitn-e- r Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr. every way to have complete charge try said: "These birds are protect- C. Cundiff, county clerk of Casey. Mr. re highly hopeful that burbefore or after the depot Women Composers Mrs. C. H. of the business which we will now m ed by the federal migratory law, UKhe M wf.vtt- cover irom his serious in- - which prohibits hunters from shoot- Hughes moved to make the place of glary, entrance being effected thru Campbell. assume. He is a very popular young jwiea.lfilfi meeting Shelbyville and made an exthe front door, the glass of which American Prima Donnas Mrs. E. man, and has a host of friends who ing wild fowls in their tended argument. Committeemen R. h&r: was also broken. It is said that L. Reinhart. will wish him much success. He plans Ef migrations, and has resulted in an L. Davison, of Lincoln, and Nelson D. A BIG $2's WORTH, THIS. nothing of importance was taken Songs of the Confederacy and j to keep an expert miller on duty and extraordinary increase of wild waHere is an offer that simply can't ter fowl of the most valuable spe- Rodes, of Boyle, called attention to from the drug store, although the Plantation Mrs. T. W. Jones. will do everything in his power to case containing narcotics was visited, Current Events Women in Musi- please his patrons and the public be beaten anywhere: The I. J. one cies, which includes the Mallards, the fact that Lincoln county had never had a convention of this sort evidently being after cal Circles Music Department.' year, the Metropolitan magazine one the intruders generally. l, Butter Ball, Blue Bill, Black whereas a number had been held at No clew was "dope" of some kind. year, Farm and Home one year and or Dusky Mallard Ducks. Since the Shelbyville. After Messrs. Wallace left by any of the burglars. Junction City has a live working TWO PLEASANT ROOK' PARTIES Woman's World one year, all for enactment of this federal statute the and Short had made arguments for Burglary at Eubank. h $2. Send cash or check at once to Woman's Club. The Musical DepartThe Dixie Rook Club was enter- I. J. for this great offer won't last U. S. Biological Survey has been con- Shelbyville, the vote was taken, reThe robbery of Ed Noland at Eu- ment ducting an extended inquiry as to of the club met last week with bank was the most successful of the Mrs. G. F. McMurchy, and was enter- tained Tuesday by Mrs. J. L. McKee longhand 'it certainly, a bargain. tf its effect. Many reports are to the sulting as follows: for Stanford: Riffe at her home. After the game Boyle, Casey, Garrard, Jessamine, many that have been pulled off in by Mrs. McMurchy and Mrs. a delicious salad course was served. effect that the number of water fowls Lincoln, Mercer, Spencer, and half section in recent years. Accord- tained this piano and solos Those who assisted Mrs. Riffe in serv- NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. observed, exceeds anything seen in of Madison; for Shelbyville: Shelby ing to news from there, Mr. Noland Louis Kriener on the years. Touching and half of Madison's vote. The by Katharine McFarland and Elsie TJhe Brodhead fair dates this year the last twenty-fiv- e had the check from the Cincinnati Alstott. The next meeting w.ill be an ing were Misses Maggie Stagg, Lyle on the aggregate value of the wild committee then adjourned. j August 16, 17 and 18. Cooper and Mrs. Hays Foster. Be- are Southern railroad company, which Eugene Powell died at the home fowls as a national asset, and taking recently awarded in a damage open session and will be held with sides the regular club members he was Mrs. L. T. Rankin, on Feb. 2. Cooper, James Woods'ancT of his mother, in Junction City, age on a basis, appraisals of Maine and suit, amounting to about $11,000. ONLY FOUR SHAKERS LEFT Oregon, the annual revenue from the Miss Woods. From Hustonville Mes- - 32years. The check was cashed by Mr. Only four Shakers, the remaining J, Walter Payne was appointed migratory wild fowl are for the two dames Will Riffe, Curt Riffe, Walker attorneys at Danville and with MULE SALES AT LANCASTER postmaster at Paris. He had been states, respectively, $656,000. This members of the colony of Shakertown Myers and Miss Kate Warriner. the remainder in large bills, amountMule sales made ar Lancaster on would indicate that the actual an- attended the funeral of Sister Susan Mrs. O'Bannon entertained a1 few rural route carrier. ing to about 8,000, Mr. Noland re- Monday are given by the Record as of her friends The chief of police of. Ashland has nual returns from this source in the Murray at that place Sunday afterturned to his home at Eubank. It follows: Richard Gentry, of Boyle, After the gamelast night at Rook. refreshments were been indicted for failure to arrest United States would be hundreds of noon, according to George Bohon, of was almost one o'clock before he bought one of Bob Shearer for $195, served. Those present were Misses millions of dollars. Now if we could Harrodsburg. The Shakers are wards reached home. He placed the mo- two of W V. Gastineau for $380; Lottie Carson, Levisa Harris, Sue gamblers. Will Dean, 78, a prominent Jessa- stop local snip hunters from violating of Mr. Bohon and he will receive ney under his pillow and laid his pis- one of G. A. Bowling for $200; W. Taylor Engleman, Mr. and Arthur this Migratory Law, we would have 1,400 acres of land in Shakertown in Mr. and tol on a chair close at hand so as to V. Gastineau sold a pair to R. L. Cox Hill, Lee Hill. Mrs. W. K. Warner and mine county farmer, died near Mr. consideration of looking after them late last week. Five daugh- ducks and snips a plenty here." he readv for any intruder. The next , for $335 and bought one of M. S. during their lifetime. The youngest ters and four sons survive. morning when his family awoke, No-la- Johnson for $170, a d CHURCH NOTES. MASON'S GAP. is now 74 years old. of Dunnville, John Simmons, could not be aroused for a long filly of Harrison Coldiron for $125 Rev. J. G. Livingston will preach Casey county, has rented the store time and it was extremely difficult and a Jersey cow for $40. Mike Noe Miss Cordie Miracle has been very SAUFLEY to awaken him. It was then discov- sold a pair of small mules to Chas. at the Crab Orchard Christian church rooin and residence of R. H. West at sick, but is better at this writing. next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Junction City, and will soon open a ered that the window screen had Rogers for $280. W. B. Burton purWe have been Having some very Little Ethel and Shelton Hooker The Ladies' Aid Society of the grocery there. Mr. West and family been cut away and the window left chased a crackerjack of .Dan Newsom cold weather in this part of the continue quite ill with the whooping open and every cent of the money of Eubank for $215; and four nice Christian church will meet Saturday will move to Cincinnatti. county. Flighting has been resumed be- cough. gone. The police were notified and ones of Center Bros., for $715 and a afternoon at the church. Mrs. J. M. Ware is improving from Mr. George Bourne's school will be Services at the Christian church tween Austria and Montenegro, and an investigation made, but no trace pair of beauties of Kinnaird Bourne a severe attack of grip. out Friday and he will return to his sisof the burglars could be found. W. for $400 and a nice mare mule of V. Sunday, January 30: Sunday school Kin Nicholas is reported to be with home Ida Floyd at Hubble. Everyone hates to MissSomerset. is visiting her H. Lair, of Hustonville, was called A. Lear for $180- - Center Bros., trad- 9:30; Preaching 10:45 and 7 o'clock; his troops. Montenegro's de'cision to see him leave. ter at Everyone should hear Bro. Gabbard. rejejct Austria's peace terms was comto the scene with his bloodhounds, ed a Mrs. Susie Adams is, on the sick to Hugh Conn C. Mr. George Redmon, of Danville, list. E. Meeting at 6:30 p. m. municated to the Italian Foreign but no clew could be obtained. It for a pair and gave $177.50 differServices at the Methodist church was visiting relatives at this place the Montenegrin Premier. is thought that the robbers caught ence; they also sold a Mrs. M. C. Floyd has just recover-e-r as usual Sunday, January 30, at Baseball fans at Bloomfield are Saturday and Sunday. d an outgoing freight immediately. from a severe attack of grip. to J. I. Hamilton for $140. I. B. Mr. Barney Davis and Mr. John thinks that he must have been Shepherd, of Paint Lick, sold a pair 10:45 and 7:00 p. m. Sunday school promoting a league to be known as Rev. Childress filled his regular thel Bourbon league with the follow- Hooker and George Hurst and Thom- appointment chloroformed as he heard absolutely of at Fair View Sunday. to Otis Snyder for at 9:30. Epworth League at 6:30 ing towns in it: Bloomfield, Bards-tow- as Davis all came to Mrs. Anna Hookp. m. nothing and was not aware of the loss $272.50. G. A. Swinebroad, who is Miss Ida Floyd is very low with Lawrenceburg, Springfield, er's one day last week and brought pneumonia we are sorry to know. Owing to the Quarterly. Meeting of the money until late the next day. always looking for something good, In the stolen roll were some bills of talked Emmett Burton out of a pair at the Stanford Methodist church Taj lorsville and Mt. Eden. It sounds with them a nice load of wood. She Rev. Welburn filled his regular apdenominations fifties and hun- for $325. J. E. Robinson, who nev- on the first Sunday, Rev. Welburn well to the stove league, but is most-ly.tfc- appreciates their kindness very much. pointment at the Logan's Creek large air. Neal's Creek next Sundreds composing the bulk of it. There is a lot of moving going on church last Sunday. er lets a good thing get by, bought will preach at 30, Che Committee on Accredited Reday, January at 2:30, instead of Miss Kate Holtzclaw's school closed around this section. one of J. B. Leavell for $112.20, one February 6. lations for the Intercollegiate Asso, Miss Cordie Miracle and Mr. Geo. last Friday. YOU WILL GET A LETTER of Ballard Hounshell for $130, one Presbyterian Church: Sunday, Jan. ciation, of Kentucky at a meeting at Bourne, and Miss Hassie Miracle atMrs. Bitha Martin Jis on the sick of H. Kidd for $150, a SO Mnminn- - Wnrtr R Via 11 tVlo f!hlirfl ErabkforJ; received the report ofJ tended church within a few days if your subscripw.. at Mr. Jake Robbins list at this writing. of J. C. Clark for $162.50 and a nice w. The state .High school Supervisor Show Its Power?. Evening: tion to the I. J. has expired, notifyMr. Bailey Sampson has returned last Sunday. of Hugh ing you of that important fact. The friends to know that Conn for $120. Meaning of Doing Things in the Rhoads, which shows that Mr. Alford Thompson has moved from his school that recently closed. the doctor is Name of Christ. Sunday School at there now are in Kentucky 253 coun- his mill down to Jumbo. I. J. is $1.50 a year where subscripMr. Wolford Lovell has been on not paid in advance for a 9:30 a. m. C. 13. Society, 6:30 p. ty ipigh schools, with a total enrolltions are the sick list, but is somewhat bet- Mr. J. F. Flaugher has returned year, but is still $1 where a year's GET RID C A RACKING LA m. Great Foreign Missionaries 2nd ment of more than 15,000 students. home after a long absence. ter now. subscription is paid ahead. The I. J. GRIPPE COUGH IT WEAKENS Corinthians, 8:16-2The people of the community are On account .of the illness o'f the "Sopes every subscriber on its list . A VERY SPECIAL OFFER 'For the severe racking cough that Mrs. Eliza M. Ray, 75, died at her very sorry to hear of the bad acciUntil March 1st, the I. J. can fur home on the Poor JRidge pike in Gar- dent which occurred to Mr. Tom will renew promptly at the $1 rate; comes with la grippe, Foley's Honey pastor, Dr. M. D. Early, there will it does not desire to send the paper and Tar Compound is wonderfully be no preaching at the Baptist church nish the Louisville Evening Post, rard county early in the week. She Oakes, near Stanford Monday. "to anyone who does not want it, and healing and soothing. R. G. Collins, Sunday morning or evening, but the dai y, the Home and Farm, both one was the widow of the Miss Eflfie Ware was absent from late Abner Ray. Barnegat, N. J., says: other services will be held as usual. year, a beautiful 1916 calendar, and for "that reason many whose subscripschool last week on account of her tions have expired will be' taken from '"Foley's Honey and Tar Compound It will be good news to his many the I. J., one year, all for $3.25 a .Mrs. Susie M. Walker, sister of mother's illness. the list, in the event a renewal is soon stopped the severe lagrippe friends to know that the doctor is year. If ypu are alreadysla subscrib Mrs. W. H. Hughes, of Lancaster, Miss Stella Walls of Stanford, "is! not received. Look on your label cough that completely exhausted me. improving to be able to preach Sun- er ;q the I. J., your subscription will died at Perryville last week, aged 71 visiting her aunt, Mrs. Catherine be extended for another year. It can't be beat." Sold everywhere. day week. years. and see how you stand. Watts. sure-enough --- The Woman's Club of Stanford is prosecuting a vigorous campaign this week, in an endeavor to secure sufficient financial guarantees to hold a Chautauqua here this coming summer. A representative of the Alkahest Chautauqua circuit met here early this week with the members of the club and offered them an attractive proposition, and as is usually the case the ladies have gone to work with a vim. The Chautauqua will cost something like $350 and the ladies hope to be able to engage enough tickets to insure that this sum can be met. Presenting the matter to the business men of the city, they secured signatures of about 40 who guarantee to stand a financial responsibility of up to $10 each in the event there should be a deficit. Committees are now at work soliciting ticket sales, and are meeting with much encouragement. The Alkahest bureau is said to offer a splendid program, among the speakers being men like William Jennings Bryan and Vice President Thomas S. Marshall. It is proposed to hold a five or six days' program here and make the entertainment worth coming miles to see each day. There is but one organization in Stanford that can make a Chautauqua here a success and that is the Woman's Club which has the matter in charge. These ladies have done and are doing a great work for Stanford and deserve every encouragement from citizens of the sterner Mr. and Mrs. William M. Bright Jesse Dunn, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Dunn, north of town, is in a very serious condition at the home of his parents, as a result of a fall on the ice, while skating on a pond near his father's home a week ago from last Tuesday. The little fellow slipped, and fell, and the back of his head struck on a ridge of the ice. He paid little attention to the accident at the time, although he was severely shaken up, and played around until the Sunday following when he began to suffer from a severe heada'che. Since that time, he has, at frequent intervals suffered the. most excruciating agony, and no way can be found to relieve his suffering except to put him under the influ ence pf an opiate. Physicians have made ;a thorough examination of the little fellow and are of the opinion that some structure of the brain has been dislocated or broken loose by the jar received at the base of the skull when he struck it on the rough ice' at the time of his fall.. Everything that medical science can suggest is being done for the child, and the physicians are hopeful that the strange injury will work out its own cure for there seems little that they can do for him except to relieve his suffering as much as possible at the time the spasmodic attacks come up- J 1.-- law-abidi- ng I ( the-pon- d. WMm ttft-- rt semi-annu- al Pin-Tai- Sure-Enoug- 8-- Mes-dam- es No-lan- d's Nich-olasvil- le nd three-year-ol- I three-year-o- ld Of-ficeT- by three-year-o- ld No-lan- two-year-ol- ds n, ot four-year-o- ld wu.6. -.-- -.. Mc-Hetk- ry two-year-o- ld 3. i ' K- w8E. , i - . -i : 3 k "". Page Two maW'f3aTm 'arJmaaW. The Interior Journal, Stanford,. Kentucky: Friday, January 28, 1916. BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY It Hestrovs disease cerms. regulates the ana and causes hogs to fatten quickly. Use it in the feedmonthdrinK each your hog. for hogs will never have cholera. Costs only 5c. a Farm and Stock News The State Farmers Institute will be held in Frankfort February 15 to 17. Clark & Young, of Bourbon, bought 10 head of extra mare mules at prices ranging from $190 to $215 PgppB THUMPS-CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, aids digestion .and bowels, Prevents nd Cures Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED Don't wait until they get sick. Begin giving your iog s this njfdicme now and keep them free from worms and disease. At AH BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, Lexinftoa. Ky. James C. Stone, Pres. John L. Buckley, Vice-Preside- Thomas H. Slater, Secretary & Treasurer NEW STANFORD DRUG COMPANY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. per head. So far about 500,000 horses have shipped to England and France been LEXINGTON TOBACCO MARKET ADVANCES the average price being $160, which makes the total $80,000,000. Last week's total offerings of 3,370,520 pounds averaged $1 1.01 On the first Monday, January 3rd, per hundred, an advance of 59 cents over the average of week before. or 1,200 mules were sold The Following is a Partial List of Our Properties For Sale: about 1,000 Tenn., at about $170 a at Columbia, On Thursday the entire sale on our Central House floor averaged head. $ 1 2.0 1 ; on Friday the entire sale on our Lexington House No. 1 floor At the recent sale of Jerseys held No. 84. 100 acre farm two miles farms. Will price as a whole or make averaged $12.09, selling one basket for $60 per hundred, which was by Samuel R.r Reed, at Chattanooga, from Danville,' Ky., in the richest price on divide. part of Boyle county. Two story N0 44 234 acre farm 1 2 miles an average of $120 was made on 36 the high price for the week. This basket of tobacco came from the frame dwelling of seven rooms, halls, from one of "the best towns in cen- head. and porches. Good barn, crib, etc. tral Kentucky and only 2 miles from crop of Clay & Fox of Clark county and was bought by the American Splendidly watered, cistern right at good railroad station; right on pike Caywood, Smith & McClintock, of door, three everlasting springs, and in graded school district; all in Paris, bought twelve head of mules Tobacco Co. On Wednesday the entire sale of our Planters House ponds, etc. All lays well and no grass except 4 acres and about 170 in Winchester, Monday at prices floor averaged $1 1.73. waste land on it. Fencing good. acres being in blue grass sod; no betAlso 100 barrels corn, 50 bales of ter watered farm in the state; fencing ranging from $150 to $170 per head. There was a gradual strengthening of prices all week and our mary hay, 25 bales of oats, 18 cattle, 2 good; has a large frame of Paris Myers & McClintock, good mules, 7 shoats, 2 brood sows, residence, large barns, etc. This land ket closed stronger than any time this season. Buyers for The Ex3 colts, 1 brood mare, several turn- will grow anything you put on it ; it bought ten head of aged work mules this week ing plows, cultivators, 2 wheat drills, is an ideal stock farm; magnificent from a Clark county-farme- r port Tobacco Co. are here and with their added competition we expect riding cultivator, etc., everything in home: solendid community: in the at prices ranging from $145 to $175 a very strong market from now on. the way of tools that is necessary to richest part of county. Price $100 per head. . run a farm too numerous to men- per acre ; terms right. As compared with last year the yield per acre shows a decrease of C. S. Evans, of Jessamine hap purtion. Will turn this place over to No. 48 324 acres, 2 miles from chased purchaser and move out with house- Stanford on good pike; most of this from Lewis Brown 165' acres from 30 to 40 per cent. Now, Mr. Farmers, the only way the dehold goods. Price $14,000 one half farm is in grass; besides the resi- of unimproved land at $155 per ,down and balance to suit purchaser. dence there is a good stock and to- acre. crease in weight can be made up for is by an increase in price. As is This is a chance of a life time to get bacco barn, 36x80; cribs, etc; fencD. T. Matlack was chosen presishown by the floor averages we are getting increase in price for one of the best farms in central Ken- ing good; and always an abundance tucky fully equipped and stocked. dent of the Clark County Fair associwater; this is a good stock farm of our customers. Visit our market, look over our sales, watch the way No. 8G. 56 acres 1 2 miles from and will graze more cattle than any ation and July 26, 27, 28 and 29 Dan Scott, John Buckley, George Ballard, Leslie Knight and J. good town. house; good farm in this section; price right and were selected as dates for this year's barn; large driveway and all neces- terms easy. exhibition. C. Stone look after the sale of your tobacco, and we have no fear but No. 80. 53 acres of land, one sary outbuildings; good orchard; Richard H. Wills, of Paris, bought two wells and pond; fencing good; and a half story house of five rooms, this is the only market on which you you will be convinced porch and good cellar; one small 27 head of aged mules at Winchesbuildings all new. Price $3,500. Monday, paying an average stock barn and tobacco barn 60x30. these gentlemen will see that can get full value for your crop and frame j All other necessary outbuildings; 35 ter last No. 89. 140 acres, of $150 per head for the animals. dwelling and porches; two barns; one acres in grass and cultivation; fine you get it. of for stock and the other a six-acorchard of over 100 trees, peaches, Mr. Wills also bought a pair tobacco barn; crib, buggy house, pears, apples, etc; well watered and mules for $465 from a Clark county We can unload you any day you come and sell you day or the next etc. All in grass except about 25 fairly well fenced; a good home, well farmer. Don't forget acres; water in field; fencing and located, close to schools and in good we have four sales houses, and have a sale in one or Sam Bell, of Hardin county, shipbuildings in good shape. Nice or- community. Price, only $1,200. more of them every day chard. Price $60.00 an acre. Terms No. 82. 150 acres, small house, 7 ped last week from Glendale, four Spenright. acre tobacco barn; good orchard and car loads of extra fine cattle to Our Motto is Prompt and Efficient Service and Courteous Treatment. No. 90. Linnietta Springs. The vineyard; about 30 acres in grass, cer & Co., of Chicago, 111. These main hotel has 30 rooms and four and 15 or 20 acres in cultivation; cattle will weigh from 1,350 to 1,500 INCORPORATED room cottage in yard. The grounds about 8,000 to 10,000 feet merpounds and the shipper expects to consist of about ten acres. This chantable timber on place; house is property has cost the owner from old; barn and fencing fairly good; get nine cents or better for the whole Will well watered, etc. Price only $1,800, lot. first to last over $30,000.00 sell dirt cheap. Ask us about this terms easy, d down and balDouglas Osborn, of Oakland, sold William Etherington, of Woodford James S. Haggard, of Clark coun- Louis, last week. J. Ed Moore, of property. The price is so cheap you ance on long time. ty, bought the Richard Conner place Guthrie, did the buying for the comcounty, found his pair of mules that to a party in Allen county, a fine cottage, could afford to move the buildings for No. 81. Nice gray jack, for $600. in Montgomery county, consisting of pany and shipped the mules Saturlarge yard and good garden smsll broke away from a colored man who it and then make good money. day. Fulton Mo., Gazette. Faulkner Kennedy sold to T. M. 166 4 acres at $139 an acre. No. 92. 175 acre farm in south- stock of groceries, hardware, etc., was leading them on the Lexington ern end of county; in six fields; 90 with cheap rental contract on store- pike and were missing for some days. Purdon of the West End, 100 bales W. Moody, of Statesville, John acres cleared and in cultivation and room, barn and barn lots for four Thpv srrnvpd into a Tiasturaat-Jim- . of nice hay at 55 cents a bale. Tenn., sold to Thompson & Stroud CHICKENS BY THE THOUSAND. years. The store room, etc., is locat- P.lpvplnnd's. balance in timber. In the cleared fM&Sr'iS f W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, mare a pair of coming land, 35 acres in pasture and 15 ed right at corner of yard. This place MqUr Among the tobacco saijwwuiast: bought a pair of mules from W. A. mules, 15 hands high, that weighed is right on the pike and the best lodwelJohn 0. Reid, proprietor of Lom-barframe acres in timothy; ling of two stories. Best dwelling in cation in the county for a "country week at Lexington were.JWesley Spragens, of the Ellisburg section of 2,285 pounds, for $450. Heights Poultry Farm, north sell tenant store. Will Two-stor- for cash or trade. this end of county; Simpson, Garrard couAfyj (ft,625 Casey county for $300. Pop Geers, of town, on the Danville pike, has The famous record of No. 50. frame house; barn 60x80; crib, buggy house average $:VJ3&0. hen house, etc; good orchard; 8 nev- dwelling; two barns; place contains 1 pounds,t $376.90; T N. W. Rogers, of Paint Lick, the veteran trotting driver, who won started breeding operations this seal'f ' .'ZJo i er failing springs on place. All acre of land; splendid garden, etc; iarry a. oippie, ijaureicwm,yjo,-31- 5 bought of Mr. Butner of Richmond, $116,370 in 1902, has been eclipsed son on a large scale. His incubators in, first class in Stanford graded district. $2,000 buildings and fencing pounds, $583.89; ave'mMm loaded to 1,200 capacity and $116,-58- 6 are condition. Place right on pike and wouldn't put. the improvements on Irvin Simpson, Garrard county, fe, 30, a bay gelding by Rex Peavine out of by Tommy Murphy, who won each week, beginning this week, Mr. in the season just closed. This Kentucky Squirrel mare, that is a one mile from town and R. R. sta- this place; will sell or trade. Price pounas, $44.di ; average. Jwcjp.Try high class individual. is the high mark for a single season Reid is taking off that many young tion. Price only $27.50 per acre. It $1,500. chicks. Mr. Reid is breeding 17 difNo. 52. 225-acr- e Fifteen jacks averageuV$4W affl farm in Indiwill pay you to investigate this propStewart Sandidge, near Milledge-vill- e, harness earnings. Murphy's great ferent varieties of poultry this seaana; about 45 miles north of Louis- 24 jennets $1317 at a erty. he d b CSX" SS. .i:fc:5 o bought of Mat Driesler, a well record this year was made possible son. He has had wonderful success No. 78. A Fine Business Oppor- ville; about 90 acres in blue grass; a ttnineman ci nuicmns u&jevpiuigg known splendid tobacco barn, farmer of the Harris Creek by the fact that he piloted the racing tunity. The famous McKinney, Ken- large silo,new residence and all Kan. The top price was $1,080 paid section, a bunch of 20 shoats aver sensation of the season, Peter Scott, with his birds in the show rings, and tucky, Canning plant for sale. Main necessary outbuildings; place well by J. H. Smith & Son, Kingfisher, owned by Harry Oliver, of as he advertises extensively, can factory contains over 9,000 square aging about 75 pounds, at six cents 2:05 2 miles fenced: feet floor space; large engine room watered andand right1 on pike: from Okla., for the jack, Governor. Sun- a pound. He sold Will McGirr eight Pittsburg. During the 1915 season, hardly supply the demand for his right flower Queen was the highest priced dwelling al- goodtown and JPeter Scott won the sum of $50,335 breeds. He will shortly have an inso on place; about $3,000 worth of at the intersection of two good turn- jennet and went to H. A. Dale, Eu- of them at the same price. teresting advertisement in the I. J.'s machinery and over $500 worth of pikes; pike running full length of reka, Kan., for $345. Real estate deals have been numer- for his driver and owner. In San poultry column which will start in two sides of the farm; some of the Francisco, the great trotting stallion cans on hand and about $150 worth place bottom land. This is splendid a The Pulaski county farmers club ous in Madison county recently. made his best showing, winning $14,-25- 0. February. The I. J. has just finishof boxes. Capacity from 500 to 800 bushels per day. Tomatoes in this farm and has so much pike frontage accepted a bid on their grass seed Among recent deeds recorded were: ed printing a large amount of poultry locality can be contracted for at 18 that it can be easily divided into sev- supply. The prices are as follows: Lucreta Cotton to Joe L. Rowlett, 104 stationery for Mr. Reid, and will soon Boone County has a County Farm K. to 20 cents per bushel. The best to- eral small farms. Will sell as a whole Clover, sapling or red, $12.25 "per acres $7,842. E. H. Wagers to T. have his handsome new catalogue on mato in the state is put on the mar- or divide. Hamilton. 332 acres $15,000. T. N. Agent, and he is doing a fine work, press. 200-acr- e No. 56. farm; bushel; timothy, $4.30 per bushel; ket from this factory. This proper- residence, porches, etc; small new -, ty must be sold right away to wind grass, $2.25 per bushel and Cotton to E. T. Howe, 70 acres $3,- m stimulating interest in agricultural barn; also old barn and two old log orchard $2.25 per bushel. The Taylor to B. F. Powell, j work. Under his auspices, to induce 000. Thos. up the estate of former owner. Price splendid or- red top for all including brand and good houses on the place; two well fenced tested 99.4 purity, the timothycloser 52 acres $3,000. John Turpin to R. the younger generation to make a testwill is so low that it wouldn't begin chards; good springs; worK, r r.nmho 71 nnrns 89 000. Pattie snowing in agricultural give l.. Jj, HAVE YOU BEEN SICK? to put buildings and machinery on and about 75 acres bottom land; ed 99.2 purity, the red top tested 93.2 a high- Then Griffith has offered to 2. Ellison to Leslie Parke, 61 acres, you realize the utter weakness the place, to say nothing of vacant this place facesbethe road for about purity. bred Poland China gilt or big type, that robs ambition, a mile and t an easilv divider into Squire T. Moborley's heirs to lot and dwelling. The former own- two or even three small farm;: Right destroys appetite, Because of her sudden death a for the best acre of corn raised by er before his death easily cleared price and terms right. examination was made! John P. Moberrley, 87 acres $4,812 a boy under sixteen years, during the and makes work a burden. from $2,500 to $3,000 per annum. A To restore that strength and stamina that No. 61. One lov.-lot right on of t,,i UUlillllJ rfWVT i.i fco , .pnt. Telford E. Jones to Ira T. Par.:e golden opportunity for some one. Nancy Taylor's year 1916. Jacob F. Cleek supple- - is so essential, nothing has ever equaled Main street, 80x270. Price $600; also r.rnt.t.er ivhiVh rliprl last wPfik sit Wal- - 180 acres $13,810 Ask any wholesaler in Louisville or c w. o. inuuuih, iu aw. ,.?,- - mented the offer by agreeing to give or compared with Scott's Emulsion, be- Lexington about this brand. Act four other lots 60x138. Price $300 nut Hall Stock Farm in Fayette neirs cause its strength -- sustainincr nourish each and one lot 90x100. Price $800. Duroc Jersey gilt for a similar ment invigorates quickly if you want it. It will not the blood to distribute county. It was found that death was 990. Palestine Hazelwood to Mollie a be on the market long at this price. All of these lots have concrete walks purpose and under the same condi- energy throughout the body while its tonic wel' locate J. Best building caused by heart trouble and that her Cormers, 122 acres $14,000. T. E. For full particulars, write or see ud are tions. D. B. Wallace, alsd agrees to value sharpens the appetite and restores lot in town. Hughes & McCarty, Stanford. heart was nearly twice the size of Jones to Rufus Spurling, 87 acres," donate $20 for premiums for best health in a natural, permanent way. No. 64. 172 acres of snlendid If you are run down, tired, nervous, No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of Viomn nnrl tnVinrpn Isinfl that of a normal horse. The mare $5,439. V. A. Lear, of Lancaster, shipped tobacco samples raised during 1916. overworked or lack strength, get Scott's 42 acres right on pike; has brick residence with base- - was raced by Thomas W. Murphy It is free from alcohoL house, barn, etc; place well watered ment; splendid barn with water pip and was owned by 4- - H. Cosden, of a large consignment of hogs to The entire matter is to be under the Emulsion Scott & Bowne. Bloomfield, N. J. and fenced; for a quick sale, $70 ed in the same; large concrete silo; New Green Embry & Co., at Cincinnati, direction of the County Farm Agent. York, who it is understood, paid per acre and easy terms. This is good all buildings in good repair. This is Although several metropolitan there being 140 head in the load; strong soil and worth more money an A 1 farm. Price $20,000; terms $10,000 for her in 1912. She mule buyers bought quite a number TO THE PUBLIC. but must be sold. left at the stock farm at the close these porkers were bought up by of the long-eare- d easy. hybrids in north Lancaster stockman from Gar100-ac2 farm, 4 No. 28. dwell- of the October meeting, for breeding the No. 69. 74 acres; I represent tne largest and best miles from Stanford on good pike, ing; barn 40x60 and all necessary to Blue Grass stock. rard farmers in various sections of Callaway during the last part of clothing house in this splendid community and no better outbuildings; well watered and fencthe county and ran in weight from December, there are several bunchs country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago residence, ed; right on pike and only three miles soil in the county; an- of mules yet on feed in the Xingdora 111. My experience in measuring and shoats to ten- from Stanford. Price $6,000. halls, porches, etc. Two-roodirecting the maicing of your clothes, One imals, and cost him from $5.50 to that rank high in the feeding class gives me the advantage over one who tobacco barn half cash and easy terms onbalance. ant h )use, new and all other necessary outbuildings; cottage; new $6 per hundred. The following are and which are still unsold. Otho M. is not a practical tailor. If you will No. 73. Three-rooand school and splen- stable containing three stalls and close to church some of Mr. Lear's best bunches for Wilkerson. a Carrington stockman ' give me your order I will promise ess vm didly fenced and watered. Over half corn crib; small storeroom on pike; trv this shipment From B. K. Swope, who seldom lets a year pass without you a square deal, rou will get the 1 5r of this place in grass. Price $100 per good cistern at door and never failworth of your money, either in the &k'x of Bryantsville, 30 head of shoats, having at least a car load of the cheapest grades or the higher priced. acre, a third down and balance in 1, ing well in lot; 5 acres of ground; , && 2 and 3 years. tipping the scales at 80 pounds each, "pride of the Kingdom" in his fatten- My FALL and WINTER line of all buildings and fencing in good 106 acres of land located condition. Place well located and in No. 30. at 5 2 cents a pound; second bunch ing barn, received $190 around for samples are now ready for your inMaxwell-Crouc- h spection. & good community. Price $1,750. Call and let me show you. right at a good railroad station; from B. K. Swope, of 30 head; these 26 head that he sold to the e Mora Wool Mora No. 75. farm; two cotone old barn and one residence, Mule Company, East St. H. C. RUPLEY. the Practical Tailoy pounds and porkers averaging 150 Lamb More Mutton new 30x50, with shed on each side; tages; one 4 rooms: the other three That's where profits are In sheep costing the exporter 6 cents per tobacco barn; 50 smokehouse, etc; well watered rooms; ten-acr- e crib, raising, but ion cannot get the biff profits unless you keen vonr animals and fenced. Good orchard; about 40 acres cleared; balance in timber; pound; a bunch of ten head from free from worms. acres of this place in cultivation and never failing springs; close to good W. P. Doolin, that pulled the beam balance for grazing. This is a bargain town; churches and school. Price $25 DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR FARM at 160 pounds per animal, at $6 a per acre. for $50 per acre and terms right. hundred; from Nathan Bogie, ten No. 38. Two storerooms in the No. 32. 225 acres 5 miles from OR ARE YOU LOOKING FOR ONE? Stanford on good turnpike; has. two heart of Stanford. Best location in head of porkers that showed an avgood dwellings 2 large tobacco barns. town and both are always rented. 140 pounds at 5 4 cents erage of will positively clean out the worms, not only in yonr sheep, but in every other These are extra large barns, one be- These rooms are a splendid investper pound. Hunter Ray of the Mt. animal on yonr place. This wonder work, All Central Kentucky Farmers in Lincoln and adjoining counties ing 48x120 and the other 38x108 ment and always pay a good diviine remedy will destroy and ezDel everv Hebron section, delivered to Mr. and both 20 feet to eaves. This is a dend after taxes, insurance and relast worm, leaving the animal free to digest or elsewhere, who have a farm or property you want to sell or and assimilate every ounce of food it eats. good tobacco and hemp farm; will pairs are paid. Will make a price on Lear a bunch of .porkers for which Sal-Vis a wonderful tonic and con. exchange, list it with STURGEON REAL ESTATE COMPANY. sell as a whole or will divide into two 'these that will interest you. of a cent a day dltloner. It costs bat he received 6 cents per pound. per oeaa to ieea. We can sell or trade your farm or property for' you. No obligaBal-vThe thoroughbred stallion, Rock is manattctared by the S. K. Fell Company, We have exchange lists with the leading real estate men in CenView, 6 years old, a good race horse Cleveland, O. 4 tions. Very liberal charges. We'll be pleased to serve you. Write . w tral Kentucky and if you cannot be suited with our list we can and by the $125,000 imp. Rock Sand, or come and see us anytime. ?s. put you in touch with what is on the market in the other counout of Golden View, was bought at Lexington from August Selmont, of ties in this part of the State. New York, by Gallaher Bros., in partTHE STURGEOtf REAL ESTATE CO. nership ,with John D. Carr and Thomas Piatt, thoroughbred breeds of -j ' Mountain, Kentucky. Fayette county- - The. horse was immediately insured for $5,000, and it GEORGE STURGEON CYLDE STURGEON Office Lancaster Street Opposite1 Court House. Office Phone 180. Sal-V- at la aaMk ' is believed that this is approximately E'. J".- - Pence, 'Jr. the purchase price., KENTUCKY. STANFORD, REAL ESTATE, CENTRAL D. W. Scott, Manager, Phone 791; PLANTERS J. Leslie Knight, Manager, Phone 1704; 'LEXINGTON No. 1 and LEXINGTON, No. 2, John L. Buckley and George M. Ballard, Mgrs., Phones 3332 and 719 Real Estate For Sale 1-- two-stor- at that 1-- that that that six-roo- m that re that that Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. one-thir- five-roo- m 1-- dy y, ,-- r- T L 15-ac- re tti.t.!. 1-- 4, 1-- two-stor- y, six-rco- m $4,-63- post-morte- m n VTA. t,,; ! J- - - I I 10-roo- m to-da- y. W re 1-- made-to-ord- er 100-pou- nd roO-poun- ds m 10-ac- re m ( ' '2i 1-- 140-acr- 8 .CWF 3-- ot at HUGHES & McCARTY v . m 'King's The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 28, 1916. Preachersville REMARKABLE Arizo- Page Three RECORD. Children Cry for Fletcher's Frank Rigsby, recently of na, visited his cousin, James Miller. Mrs. Rose Lunsford has been quite BANISH RHEUMATISM poorly with the grip. Edgar Holtzclaw has had another severe attack of appendicitis. Rheumatism Due to Bad. Blood Rigsby and wife have movGrover Thousands have been made well. Peoed to the Aker's place from Tappa-hann- a. suffering Little Elsie Hutchins has been quite sick, but is some better now. It is announced that theer will be services at the Methodist, church Sunday. Mrs. Susan Edmiston has been quite sick. Miss Jean McKechnie has been quite sick of the grip. The Methodist cottage prayer meeting meets Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jordan. Dick Williams, of Judson, was visiting relatives here. P L. Thompson, Jr., has had a very severe attack of acute indigestion. Mrs. J. J. Thompson and daughter, Miss Lucile, visited F. L. Thompson. Four members of Newton Gill's family have just recovered from the grip. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clark and little daughter, Martha, of Stanford, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress. Little Miss Ruby Cress has been on the sick list. Levi Bell was in Corbin one day last week to see his son, Fred Bell, who recently had the misfortune to lose a limb while working in the railroad yards there. The injured man is reported as getting along nicely and learning to get about on a pair of crutches. Mr. Bell tells us that Fred will be able to come home next CLEANSE THE BLOOD SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS TELL HOW THEY WON Sick people want to be well in a hurry. A great many, perhaps most all, illnesses have their beginning in derangements of the stomach and digestive tract. 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Get S. S. S. from your druggist. Insist upon S. S. S. If yours is a long standing case, write for medical advice to Swift Specific Co., Atlanta Ga., but begin j ward for her punctuality and general good work, and at the close of each year since a link has been added to the pretty pendant. She is naturally very proud of both her record and the reward and proposes to let nothing prevent her from adding many more links to, the handsome piece of jewelry. Burke, Mrs. Mary R. 18 acres Brittain, Fred, 13 acres Bowen, Elijah (nr) 16 acres .. Dyehouse, Will (nr) 4 acres.... Goode, Mrs. Joe L., H&L Hughes, Joseph, 4 acres Hocker, Mrs. Jessie (nr) H&L Holtzclaw, B. D., 1 acre Johnson, C (nr) 450 acres Kincaid, W. P., H&L Lightner, Mrs.Mattie (nr)33 a Merrideth, O.F., (nr) 13 acres Martin, Mrs. Tobitha 15 acres Manuel, Tom 5 acres Moore, J. W., (nr) 116 acres McCormack, Mrs. Laura 60A McCormack hrs 40 acres 20.87 7.53 16.77 7.97 6.00 7.62 2.35 40.22 22.50 24.52 19.20 4.31 3.65 2.95 4.31 40.75 2.33 7.62 19.35 9.56 4.33 12.30 8.80 2.60 2.35 Miss Ethel Powell, the attractive daughter of Contractor J. R. Powell, of this city, has, a Sunday school record that is probably unexcelled. For the pat nine years she has not missed a Sunday at the Presbyterian Sunday school and has always arrived on time. Several times during the long period of her short life she was not well enough to walk to church, but this did not keep her from attending Sunday school, for she found a way to ride, which proves, the truth of the old saying, "where there's a A Will fVlPrp'c n wno " nt ia three years the school presented her with a handsome gold medal as a re- taking S. S. S. at once. SHERIFF'S SALE For State, County, State , Road and School Tax Notice is hereby given that I, or one of my deputies, will, on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1916, at 1 :30 o'clock P. M., at the door of the court house in Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentucky, expose to public sale tor cash in hand, the following described property, or so much thereof as may'be necessary to pay State, County, School and State Road Tax due thereon and unpaid and the interest, penalty and costs thereon. GENUINE nt CASTOR1A Bears the Sismaforc of JP ALWAYS i32E3ZlSJ'i' -- MISS CORA FISHER, 805 Saxon avenue, Memphis "Have taken your medicine and it worked like a charm has removed quite a number of gall stones. It does just as you said it would." MRS. W J. WARD, Sparta, Tenn. "I can honestly recommend your remedy to all sufferers from constipation and stomach troubles. Indigestion seems a thing of the past with me." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per manent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in :he stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee if not sati3 factory money will be returned. The Kind You Have Always Bought Sn Use For Over 30 Years THC CENTAJR COMPANY NCWVOBUCITV CgyJ: r"5L irj, vJv5aZfgxarzarfp--sT? s Jr J. Wren, A. A., 6 acres 3.06 Kreuger, Ed 64 acres 4.97 Klebs, Chas., 60 acres 6.03 Papenhagen, 45 acres 10.28 Parks, Conrad 221 acres 80.50 Crab Orch&rrl Color cdSelinquent List 4.24 Anderson, Jesse 1 acre 3.91 Buchanan, Elima 1 acre 3.91 Buchanan, Dick 1 acre 4.57 Curtis, Fred (nr) 6 acres Delaney, Alfred A., 5 acres....- 5.63 2.32 Fish, Catherine B. H&L. 4.57 Guest, Harry 2 acres 1.26 Hays, Sarah 1 acre 2.32 Humber, Sallie 2 acres Lee, Thos. & sisters 2 acres 3.91. Mullins, John 1 acre 2.94 Owsley, George 40 acres 4.18 2.99 Vanderveer, Geo. hrs 3 acres Welch, Will, Jr. (nr) 1 acre.... 4.57 2.32 Welch, Nancy H&L 5.24 Welch, Charley 16 acres Whitley, Mary 1 acre 2.32 1.35. Woods, Patsy 1 acre Hustonville White Delinquent List $ 4.95 Bastin, George 1 acre 9.10 Blackerby, R. P., 60 acres 32.25 Burgin, W. J., 2 H&Ls 12.60 Brawner, C. R., estate H&L Compton, Mrs. L. C. 2 acres.... 8.95 7.09 Konrader, John 63 acres 2.80 Childers, Q. C. 56 acres. 7.68 Durham, J. J., H&L. 2.94 Fashauner, Andy 1 acre 3.91 Gibson, Jason 1 acre 2.32 Haley, Dolly 6 acres 6.30 Haley, Jamania 1 acre 16.85 Howard, E. M., 50 acres 5.24 Jesse, J. L., H&L 2.32 Johnson, Richard, H&L 6.83 Johnson, Thomas J., H&L 8.95 Kenney, T.W. (nr) 230 acres 6.30 Land, John 15 acres 7.23 Leaper, Sam 18 acres. McClure, C. K., 2 c:res&H&L 19.85 McKinney Milling Co H&L. 40.75 3.65 Minks, Jas. H., 50 cres bal 7.62 Moore & Scudder 40 acres 9.21 Reid, John 72 acres 6.30 Reid, Charley, 26 acres Reichenbach Ernest (nr) 137A 40.75 2.11 Reynerson, Tom(nr) H&L 1.67 Root, A. D. (nr) 5f acres Selmar, F. W. (nr) 60 acres.. 6.30 6.56 Sherrod, J. A., 3 acres 1.35 Sluder, Mrs. Polly 3 acres 3.91 Smith, Edgar 1 a:e 15.84 Smith, Zora, 6 acres - Tammsmmmwam p Ask any owner of a large car the' cost of upkeep" and running expenses, then ask yourself the question, do you want this constant expense?1' "' The Ford Car is the answer in" economy, service and satisfaction-- " ask any Ford owner. H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Storage Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 WHY BURN REX? There is none better. It is all heat. If you order Rex you get It makes no clinkers. Rex. I am sole agent for Rex. It does not soil your hands. See what I give with each It makes no soot. each $1 spent with me. Phonemes. 73,0fficell8-J- . N. W. FOWLE Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES nave made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Parsley's Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment. $1 .00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars 25c All on sale at DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. OF PURSLEVS INDIAN HERBS Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. fc Plumbing and Heating ,C. E. BOWER Stanford, - - Ky. Office with J. 2 Beazley phone42, res. phone 263 Nichols & Reynolds 180 A Poynter, J.H.&E.C. 100 acres Rice, Stephen, 2 H&Ls Robinson, Mrs. Rosa H&L .... Shoemaker, W.F., 85 acres bal Sweeney, J. D., (nr) 2 H&Ls.. J. G. WEATHERFORD, Stewart, Mrs.Malinda 25 acres Sheriff Lincoln County. Sponamore,J3L&A.L.72 acres Waynesburg, White List Warren, Mrs. Walter 219 acres week. Acton, (nr) 74 acres....$ 6.30 and H&L bal 63.98 Jesse Lawrence is now quite ill of Acton, J. W., (nr) 74 acres John 8.95 Walker, Green Clay nr)l acre 1.65 pneumonia. He was at Berea the first Allen, Mrs. Alice 175 acres.... 22.28 Yeager, Mrs. James H&L 9.90 14.20 Young, H. G., 10 acres of the year to enter school and was Ashley, W. B. 36 acres 5.77 9.38 Carpenter sisters, 1 lot 9.90 taken suddenly ill of grip and a se- Baugh Hen, 8 acres 42 acres 4.25 Horton, R. E., H&L 9.90 vere abscess in his ear caused his Ball, Mrs. H. P.84 acres Bastin, M. T., 9.30 condition to be extremely critical. Bell, J. F., 46 acres 7.90 Stanford Colored. Delinquent List became apparent that he was Bauman, John 24 acres 13.19 Adams, Pattie H&L After it $ 7.10 1.98 Adams, Richard, H&L likely to become much worse and in Burleson, Lena house and lot 5.25 3.92 Baughman, Buck 2 acres land 5.65 no condition to study he was brought Bryant, T. L., 172acre Burchel, K. S., aures 4.33 9.22 home to the residence of his parents, Carolina, Otto (nr) 50 acres.. 2.33 Broaddus, Harve H&L 3.65 Burdette, Jas. (nr) 6 acres Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Lawrence, near Carter, J. H., Jr., 95 acres 13.80 Burnside, John 3 acres 5.77 17.05 Carson, W. A. (nr) 1 acre here, where the best medical skill ob- Carter, John J., 87 acres 1.35 6.57 Carson, Boney 1 acre Carriett, 4.98 tainable and the tender care of lov- Coleman, C, 100 acres G. W., 84 acres 10.22 Hays, Polly H&L 2.00 ing homefolks are united in efforts Chair?berlain, D. C, 50 acres .. 4.58' 4.65 Harris, Walter 1 acre which are hoped will culminate in Chambers, J. M., 1 acre 4.60 Harris, Willis H&L 3.25 5.00 Hocker, Anderson, "H&L his speedy restoration to his former CookJ J., (nr) 2 acres 3.92 4.71 Hocker, Joe, Sr., admr (Chas. J. M. 4 acres health. His many friends hope the Cook, Mrs.G., 60 acres 8.41 Cokerf A. Stephens) 2 acres . 2.32 young man will soon be himself Denham, J. P., 9 cres 5.25 Helm, Lee, H&L 6.56 0 again. 6.45 Jones, Pearl, 3 H&La acres 8.95 Dela'ney, Phil 1 acre 5.48 Logan, W. L., 1 acre M. 0. Kennedy and wife, of 8.83 Esbrath, E. M., (nr) 100 acres 12.93 Logan, Jim 12 acres 4.60 visited relatives here. Eubahks, Mrs. Elizabeth 60A. 6.50. 1.35 A recent windstorm partially un- Faulkner, Mrs. A. G. 85 acres 22.15 Logan, Mariah 5 acres Lackey, Wm, estate H&L 3.00 Kee-nedroofed a tobacco barn for B. M. FloyoJ, James 4.65 Lackey, Will, 2 acres acres 4.30 Fischer, Mrs. .Chas. J. 1 acre.... 5.00 Lackey, Will, 1 acre 4.60 16.90 Miller, Geo., 1 acre W. H.," briglit little son of Mr. Francis hrs., 204 acres 3.25 4.25 Mullins, Logan 2 acres Florence, James 1 acre 4.98 and Mrs. W. C. Cummins was quite Florence, J. F., 15 acres 5.48 Pennington, Bud 70 acres 10.27 ill for a few days, but is better now. Gourley, Mrs. Sarah 25 acres 1.58 Ross, Squire, 3 acres 8.95 2.45 Ross, Alex 2 acres Henry Newland and wife, of Cedai Gooch, Almira, 54 acres 6.25 2.22 Creek, visited W. O. cummins and Gooch, Mrs. Nannie 2 acres.... 2.33 Stuart, Silas hrs 2 acres Goff, H., 134 acres 19.15 Stuart, Mary Cinda 4 acres 4.25 wife. "5.25 Simpson, Millie hrs 4 acres.... 1.55 Green, J. R., 35 acres Little Eliza Cummins has been Greer, B. J., 70 acres 11.30 Simpson, Elias 33 acres 6.45 Griffith, E. L. (nr) 31 acres.... 11.60 Smith, Lucy, 1 acre quite poorly. 3.65 5.00 SimmsTom 20 acres Rev. Thomas Owens has been in Grant, W. M., (nr) 70 acres 4.92 2.23 Thurmond, Dick, hrs 40 acres 3.65 Hatfield, Haley 15 acres disposed at his home on Drake's Hart, J. A., 58 acres 23.85 Whitley, Logan hrs 17 acres 2.33 Creek. 5.92 Harris, J. C., 70 acres Crab Orchard White Delinquent List 10.55 John B. Anderson was laid up Hiatt, B. D., 47 acres 10.40 Adams, Chas. H., 241 acres....$25.11 with grip for a week, but is able to Horton, J. T., 114 seres 4.58 Holbrook, W. V., 84 acres bal 5.30 Anderson, J. L.. 30 acres be about again. 4.20 Anderson Mrs. Dave 8 acres.... 1.43 Hutchison, B. D., 30 acres Mr. Ed Bell, aged 21, of this sec- Henry, Solon (nr) 50 acres. 2.99 2.33 Allen, John (nr) 85 acres 4.27 11.88 Baker, Presley 7 acres tion, and Miss Lucy Lovins, 18, of Jones, A. W. 60 acres 7.04 Killion hrs (nr) 72 acres 8.95 Baker, Dick H&L Reading, Ohio, were married JanuKishup. Fred 85 acres 9.22 Bastin, A. H., (nr) 40 acres .. 2.32 ary 17th. The groom is a son of Mr. Lane, W. F., H&L 2.32 19.26 Bishop, Noah 50 acres and Mrs. Levi Bell and is a fine fel- Lee, J. A., (nr) 73 acres 3.60 7.63 Brown,- - A. B., 15 acres 2.59 3.30 Burge, Dave (nr) 1 acre low in every way, honest and indus- Lewis, Chas., H&L bal 4.14 3.75 Bobbitt, Col. F. F. 1 acre trious and is a hustler. His bride is Lewis, Normo 10 a"5res 6.17 Leach, Thos., Jr., 3 acres 2.80 Chappel, Tom 90 acres the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Long, E. T.. 70 acres 3.60 13.20 Denny, Oscar 12 acres Lovins, who formerly lived here on Mallory, P. H., (nr) 80 acres.... 9.62 Dishon. Robert, 4 acres 3.91 2.99 old Moser farm, but sold out and Marlow, French 176 acres 18.25 Elder, Richard 20 acres the 4.58 17.50 Frazier, Robert 15 ucrca moved to Ohio just before the holi- Murphy, W. M., 80 acres 8.23 Merritt, D., 1 acre 4.95 Frith, T. S., (nr) 79 acres days. The contracting parties had Miracle, E. L., 10.58 19.55 Gorn, John 15 acres 150 acres been sweethearts for about a year Merideth. James 34 acres 4.97 7.60 Grant Mrs. Dave 240 acres 18.08 and their wedding Was expected by Mullins, W. B., 50 acres 6.30 Gutman, Wm. 56 acres 14.25 2.33 Gieszl, Mrs. Rosa H&L their friends to occur during the Mullins, Sarah 3 acres 32.85 McElfresh, Bud (nr) 50 acres 3.65 Gieszl, Emil (nr) 133 acres summer, but no one expected it so McXee, J. B., 310 acres 116.04 32.45 Gieszl, Gus 457 acres soon. We congratulate the groom McCoy, C. B., 45 acres Harris, J. S.. 30 acres 3.80 m 6,30 on winning so handsome a bride and McKinney Mrs. Sarah 81 acres 5.35 Hays, Mrs. Mollie 73 acres.... 7.62 4.19 Nolan, Edward 71 acres 8.03 Harlow, Billy 12 acres may much joy be their lot in life. 20.86 Newcomb, W. M., 1 acre 7.36 Helton, Wm. 150 acres The aged Mrs. Silas Anderson, the Ottj George W., 11 acres 8.02 11.85 Helton, J. C, 40 acres mother of Messrs. John B. and Ostferman, W. M., 28 acres .... 6.55 Hicks, Mrs. Anne 52 acres .... 2.34 Henry Anderson and Mesdames Wal- Packett, Oliver 3 acres 4.30 Hines George (nr) 20 acres.... 1.90 277.92 Parsons, Henry (nr) 50 acres.. 5.00 Holmes, John W. 796 acres ter Warren and M. F. Lawrence is 42.56 Parker, George L., 17 acres .... ,5.07 Holmes, D. V., 125 acres quite ill at the home of Mrs. Law10.32 5.25 Hopkins, Mack 33 acres Pitrman. M., 37 acres rence. She was 90 years di age Rector, Martin, 30 acres 3.25 Hopkins, Mrs.Sarah (nr) H&L 5.44 3.91 last Monday. Reynolds, Mrs. E. J., 100 acres 6.30 Kidd, Charley 20 acres 3.76 17.45 King, Wm. 2 acres Mr. Thomas J. Carden, of Cramer, HicL Mrs. W. A., 51 acres 1.67 Rildy, 10.55 Lane, Mrs. Eliza H&L Minn., in a letter of recent date, says Rogers,W. T., 150 acres 67.25 4.60 Lane, W. E., (nr) 7 acres F .A., 20 acres the snow is over three feet deep and Singleton, W. H., 64 acres . 2.93 10.38 Ladlislin, B., 7 acres still snowing. Sipgleton, E. S., 20 acres 3.25 Ledford, F. B., 62 acres baL... 15.89 6.30 "Uncle Jesse" Anderson, one of Smith, Mrs. Eva 164 acres .... 7.53 Lewis, Morgan, 10 acres 4.80 Lockowitzz, Louis 118 acres.... 12.31 oldest, colored m'en in this section Skidmore, Clara 18 ceres the W. D., 38 acres 5.10 Masonic lodge Preachersville 1 is very sick of grip and other ills and Sutton, R. G., 12 ncres acre 3.22 2.00 is not expected to live. 18.27 Sorrel, R. E., 8 acres 4.26 Monday, Joseph 84 acres 11.60 Speakes, O. G., 60 acres 28.50 Moes, Joe (nr) 100 acres Triable, Milton H&L 8.30 McAlister, J.W., (nr) 20 acres 1.27 To Cure Children's Colds 11.63 Walls, Hayden J., 28 acres .... 4.02 Magee, Mrs. Kate H&L.... Keep child dry, clothe comfortable," Walls, Martha E., 25 acres 8.95 1.67 McCarley, Mrs. Lizzie H&L 4.60 Osborn, Mahalia, hrs 50 acres 2.98 avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's Walls, S. H., 20 acres Payne, 5.91 acres Walker, It is pleasant, Warfield, H. H., 150 acres ...... 29.10 Petrey, Wm. 210acres acres 5.91 J. D., L. S., 94 15.85 soothing, antiseptic, raises phlegm Williams, J. R., 104 acres 12.10 22.20 Price, Jas. R., 40 acres 3.91 and reduces inflammation. The first Woodie, R. A., 110 acres . ,.. 13.28 Rigsby, Grover 1 acre 15.85 Riddle, Mrs. Addie, (nr) H&L 8.89 does gives relief, continued treatment Woodie, A. W. 1Q0 acres 3.91 10 4.25 Rodgers, George 3 acres with proper care will avoid serious ill- Young, Charley 57 acres 3.91 Yocum, B. Y., acres 9.22 'Rogers, John 7 acres ness or a long cold. Don't delay Yocum, Thos., 36 acres 44.09 4.05 Sanders. L. L., H&L. treatment. Don't let your child suf- Kennard, Howard 142 acres 6.56 20.10 Sigler, W. J., (nr) H&L 10.30 Smith, Mrs. J. L., 100 acres.... 4.97 today. Insist on Ross, W. JJ., (nr) 129 acres fer. Get a bottle 4.45 Simpson, J. L., 100 acres ...... 9.53 Dr. Bell's 25c at RoiJs, C. G.f 25 acres 3.66 Webb, Richard 121 acres 17.96 Stephens, James 25 acres druggists. Steinbergen, J. D. 50 acres bal 3.65 Waynesburg Colored List Taylor, Jas.. (nr) 3 acres 15.84 $ 1.67 Taylor, Jas., 1 acre George Statum, Jr., rind four of Hars, Millie 5 acres land 3.26 3.92 Weisling, Mrs. Christine (nr) 40 his family, 'of the Bowen section, Mullins, Jessie 2 acres Stanford White Delinquent List ; acres 14.25 have been grip victims BMnkenship, J. T., H&L. 3.25 Webber, Henry 65 acres 6.56 Botasrt;--Mr'L.,-'lBry-antsvill- e, y. Smith, C. C, 2 H&Ls Smith, Shelton, 3 acres Smith, O. C, 1 acre Ski-Jmor- Goode, Mollie-- , H&L 2.99 Hocker, Sam hrs 5 acres 2.99 Helm, Jennie 1 acre 1.67 Hoffman, Sallie H&L 3.39 I. O. O. 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 Morton, John 6 acres 4.58 McCormack, Alfred 4 acres 4.58 McCormack, Arch 1 acre 3.26 McGill, Eph, 2 acres 7.36 Owens, Willis 12 acres 3.26 Patton, Will, Sr., 190 acres 23.53 Patton, Newman 11 acres 6.97 Riffe & Jones 2 H&Ls bal 3.52 Singleton, Clay 3 acres 5.64 Singleton, Frank, 1 acre 4.71 Simpson, Harry 5 acres. 2.99 Smith, Will H&L 4.58 Steele, George 1 acre 3.92 Trice, Mitchell H&L 3.60 Wilkerson, Marv E. H&L 3.65 Weatherford. Winnie H&L.. 2.32 Welch, James H&L , 5.38 Wisdom Temple No. 90 H&L 6.30 3.65 4.97 Stanton, John P., 2 acres. 4.26 Sweeney, Mrs. Ann (nr) 65 A 9.63 Vinson, Wm. (nr) H&L 2.32 Walls, Mack H&L 4.57 Wesley, Dr.Jas 190 acres bal 28.43 3.53" Yocum, M. H., 1 acre Hustonville Colored Delinquent List Alcprn, James 1 ac.e $ 4.97 Armstrong Charley H&L 6.56 Armstrong, George H&L 4.57 Bruce, Gill 1 acre 3.91 Capps, Marie n 1 acre 7.65 Carpenter, A' rt(nr) 3 acres 3.59 Carpenter, J. :e (nr) 1 acre 2.32 Culp, Malina 6 acres bal 3.39 Cooper, Jennie H&L 2.3Z Durham, Bob admr 1 acre 2.04 Gooch, Ed 10 acres 3.9Z Givens, Ellen hrs 25 acres 2.99 Givens Horton, H&L 5.09 24.59 Pine-Tar-Hon- HIGHEST PRICES PAID Remlttaace Mailed oa Day Shipment is Recerred No Commissioa "to Write for Price Lift ShiptoBZ Tags Pay Pine-Tar-Hon- ey. mad M. Sabel & Sons lmcoTtoniei EitaaStaeJ MSS LOUISVILLE. KY. -- t Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 28, 1916. " ' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1916, WILL BE YOUR Everheart Reynolds, color, 9was neld to the grand jury oy juage nai-le- y in county court Thursday Aon a, charge of incest. His bond was fixed at $250, which he was unable to give. Rural route carrier John EngTeman was laid up several days last week with a severe attack of grip. Owsley Newland supplied on No. 1, while Mr. Engleman was confined to his home. " .?!: r. . Got Rid of My Corns With Magic "Gels-It- " Simplest Com Cure in the World-- No Pain, No Fuss . New, Sure Way. When corns make you almost "die with your boots on," when you've soaked them and picked them and sliced them, when corn-swelling FINAL OPPORTUNITY To become a member of our Easy Money All of us like to make and save money easy, and what is easier money made than saving 25, 50 and 75c on LANDIS' CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB. If you have not already become a mem- Archibald W. Walker, Jr., the 15- months'-ol- d son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Walker badly burned his chin and neck Monday morning when he fell against a hot stove in the kitchen. The little fellow's injuries are very painful but not very serious. Clyde Sturgeon of the Sturgeon Real Estate firm of King's Mountain, was in town Wednesday, arranging for more advertising in the I. J. for. his hustling land company, and to plan some farm catalogues, which he will soon have for distribution to farm buyers. Gov. Stanley refused to reappoint "Dolph" Rice, of Louisville, well known here to the Board of Chaf-feExaminers, and named C. Clay-poin his place. Mr. Rice made a splendid man in the place, and his friends regret that he was not reappointed. $t js a ber, think the matter over seriously. Ask those about it who have enrolled and who are Suit Why Have Corns At All When "Gets-I- t Way ? Removes Them the New.Dead-Sur- e salves, and tapes, bandages, and d plasters that make corns have only made your corns grow faster, just hold your heart a moment and figure this: Put two drops on the corn. It dries of "Gets-It- " at once. You can put your shoe and stocking on right over it. Tho corn is doomed. It makes the corn come off clear and clean. It's the new, easy way. Nothing to stick or press on tho corn. You can wear smaller No shoes. You'll be a pain, no trouble. Accept no substitutes. "Gets-It- " is sold by druggists everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy, by the Lincoln Pharmacy, formerly pop-eyejoy-walker. Of Underwear ? thoroughly familiar with the advantages that you will enjoy if you become one. Those who know will tell you that it is the sure and convenient way to provide money for Christmas or other purposes. We extend a final invitation to you and your friends to come in before the enrollment books close next Tuesday. Our stock, of course, is badly broken but what we have left we are going to make prices less than we can buy them, but we have only a few and here are the prices: ur ol Nunsing Union Suits, And you know they are better than body's, in regulars, slims and stouts. any- p LINCOLN County NATIONAL DANK. Stanford, Kentucky. "Corner Next To Court House." McCollum, the, popular proprieter 'of the McCollum Shugar's Drug Store. House at Junction City, passed thru Stanford Saturday en rout to Crab Representative H. Clay Kauffman, Orchard to spend a short time. Col. a severe of Garrard, is chairman of the House McCollum is just, out after illness during which he had a touch committee which has charge of the new Stanley county division bill. of paralysis. Col. George D . The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley. newcomer. Of course they defeated state-wid- e .Publisher in the senate. How could anything else have been expected with the $1.00 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE whole power of the Administration Entered at the postoffice tt Stanford a second working to beat It? W. C. T. U. leaders say the fight will be continclot i maQ matter ued in the house, but what's the use of muddying the waters there when A stringent corrupt practices act nothing can be gained, except to put is pending and will probably be put the members on record? It might through the legislature, that will be possible that something else can make vote selling and buying a be done by the present session in adthing of the past, which is exactly dition to beating state-wid- e and putwhat ought to have' be'en done long ting over the "Stanley County Scanago. When we took a stand in favor dal" for which the skids seemed well of such a bill during the legislative greased in order to placate the Pike session two years ago, many demo- county political pirates. Let the crats of prominence, some from this good work go on. county, urged us to let the question alone as a law that will stop vote buying will make Kentucky a repubAssistant Postmaster Wm. Grimes lican state, and Lincoln a republican who attended the agricultural school county, they urged. The I. J. be- of State University, has written an lieves it will simply mean that the interesting article on the work democratic party will have to nom- County Agricultural Agents are doinate its best men every time in or- ing for farmers, and which is found der to win, and that wnen it does on another page of this issue. Read that it will continue to win the offices it for it is worth the perusal of evregardless of what the law may be. ery farmer and business man. Mr. Grimes knows whereof he talks and presents the facts of this important George Alexander, the convicted matter- clearly and logically. Paris banker, became illr sohe was given permission to be taken from The Shackelford Good Roads bill the penitentiary at Frankfort to a specialist at Louisville, where an ex- passed congress by a substantial maamination was made after which he jority with the Kentucky delegation was returned to his cell. If Alexan- voting solidly for it. Under its proder had been a poor, ornery, every- visions Kentucky will receive $587,-27- 4 annually from Uncle Sam for day cuss, like you or I, with no money and no 'fluence, wonder how far road building. This is a splendid step outside those prison walls he would forward. have gotten on his way to a specialist? We never heard of any other Representative Claude Minor, of convict receiving such, munificent Boyle county, is a brave man. He treatment- introduced a bill in the house to increase the dog tax from $1 to $2.50. Profiting by Stanford's example, the Lancaster Record want to know Heard About Town why the city deposit there is not let to the highest bidder. No satisout factory reason can be given for not J. L. McKechnie, of the McKinney doing so. It is the taxpayer's money Milling Company, was' initiated into and they are entitled to any benefits the Blue Grass Council of the U. C. derived from its use. Public funds T., at Lexington last week. of every nature, should be handled in the same way. V. D. Smith, of the Louisville Paint Manufacturing Company, was in bill tbwn Tuesday and sold a big order The administration's anti-truRepof his fine paints to the Lincoln was introduced in the house by resentative H. Clay Kauffman, of Pharmacy. Garrard. This young man seems to D. P. Rogers, of Louisville, disbe doing exceptionally well for a trict representative of the Continental Insurance Company, spent several Keep Liver Active days here this week with local Agent D. A. Thomas. Both went to Mt. And Bowels Clean Vernon on business Thursday. st Mrs. Martha Pollard, wife of S. B. Pollard, and a sister of Col. F. M. Ware, of McKinney, and Mrs. Josiah Bishop, of Hustonville, died at her home in Danville a few days ago. She was 71 years of age and the old- Mr. E. J. Tanner, W. K. SHugars and son, W. K., Jr., of Stanford, were here part of last week looking after the Tanner estate. Liberty News. Regular Prices: $1, $1.50, $2 and $2.50. You get them in this sale at 75c, $1, $1.25 and $1.65 per suit. Wrights Wool Fleeced, Worth $1 every where. What we have you can get for 75c. est cfc nine children. Her husband Everyone is glad to see George ' Wood out. He has made a wonderand five children survive. "H ful and splendid improvement and is W. N. Lane, who. sold his farm rapidly beginning to feel himself on the Danville pike,, to J. M. Ran- again. kin, was in town last week withhis 4 young son, who is attending school at Winfrey M. Duncan is acting depDanville. Mr. Lane now owns a farm uty sheriff during the rush, work in in Brown county, Ohio, across the getting delinquent tax payers cleaned river from Mason county, Ky., and up. Mr. Duncan is an expert acis greatly pleased with that country. countant and one of the best penmen in town, and is making Sheriff Col. John Wentzel, the merchant a first class man. prince of Ottenheim, accompanied-bMrs. Wentzel and Mr. and Mrs. M, W. Caldwell, a popular teleLeeo Eyer, were in town Tuesday, grapher on the Q.&C. with headquarshopping and paid the I. J. an appreters at Danville, has been at. ,his old Mr. Eyer - r.elJitly-boughciated call. home in Waynesburg on a visit. Toout Dr. Han's Grivelly'a place at Ottenheim, and he and Mrs!' Eyer gether with Epson Singleton and Mr. Mrs. A. B. Morgan and Walter R. have moved from Cincinnati, ivhich and Padgett, they motored to Stanford n. was their former home, and shopping. Thursday. Mr. Eyer will farm, the place, which is one of the nicest in R. F. Campbell, that section of the county. He and well known member ofof Maywood, a the section his .handsome wife are being given qrew which keeps the L. & N. track a cordial welcome into that hospitin such good condition in this part able community. of the division, had the tip of the third finger of his right hand, mashed-off- , Former State Senator R., L. when a track frog turned over ("Took") Hubble, of Lincoin county, is in the capital to mingle? with on it Saturday. Mr. Campbell had "be his former associates in the Legis- the member dressed, but he will days. lature. He served during the 1906, unable to work for several 1908, 1910 and 1912 sessions of the James G. Denny, formerly of this General Assembly in the "upper county, and a brother of R. G. Den"branch and- was well liked by his colleagues. Senator Hubble, who is ny and Miss Belle Denny, of this city, a power in Eighth district Democrat- was appointed Corporation Counsel ic politics, said that he looked for a of the City of Lexington by the' City very interesting race for the Dem- Commissioners last week. Mr. Denny ocratic nomination for Congress in has been City Attorney of Lexington that district this year, but he refrain-fro- for three years, and has made a repexpressing any preference at utation as one of the ablest members of the Fayette county bar. . this time. Louisville Times. . Wea-therfo- rd t tken-possessiom :JC This Is Your Opportunity To Get Underwear Cheap. McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD Lud Fisher has taken a position KENTUCKY - at Baughman's mill. County Attorney W. S. Burch was able to go to his office Thursday, much to the delight of his friends. Col. J. T. Menefee, one of the cleverest knights of the grip on the road, was in the city today for a. few hours. TEN Acres of hemp land for rent. Apply to Ashby M. Warren, Danville-streettf Stanford, Ky. 8-- , FOR SALE. Ten shares of Lincoln County National Bank Stock. J, S. Owsley, Agent. 8-- 2p J. C. Hays, of Crab in Stanford Saturday and paid for his 34th consecutive subscription to the I. J. itate of Ohio. City if T.le"o. Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney aiases oatb that he is senior ,iartner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo. County and Btate aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case f Catarrh that cannot he :ured by the use of Hall's Cutarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In tny presence, this Cth day of DeccmlH.T. A. D., ISsii. A. W. fiLEASON. Seal. uj-o- I WANT to. rent for 1916, 40 or 50 acres, of grass land. Must be well Orchard was watered. W. C. Shanks. Stanford. 7tf FOR SALE. 22 head of mulesj have been worked; several nice pairs in the bunch. C. R. F. D. 2, Lancaster. 6-- 4p HICKOCK'S Candy, fresh from, maker; just received, in attractive holes. The Lincoln Pharmacy, Shu-ga- rs' old stand, Stanford. 2 7-- :$ E. J. Tanner, of McKinney, who is now one of the leading merchants of that section, was m town recently. He used to be just as good on the road as he is a "merchant and has always been an enthusiastic U. C. T. He attended the meeting of the Blue-graTry This! All Dandruff Disappears council and chaperoned his old And Hair Stops Coming time friend, J. L. McKechnie across Cleanses Your Hair, Makes It Beautiful, Thick, Wavy, Glossy Notary luhll?. and nail's Catarrh Cure is taken internally surthe Mood and n.' on jets directly Send for teJtconlals, faces of the system. free. F. J. CHENEY fi CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Drujrpists, 7Ze. Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation. FOR SALE. Pure Barred Rock Cockerels. Mrs. Morrison Bright, Phone 46, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No-- 2. 6-- 3p ss Out Surely try a "Danderine E air Cleanse" if you wish to immedialelv double the beauty of your hair. Just moisten a cloth with Danderipe And draw it carefully through vour hair. taking one small strand at a time; this will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or any excessive oil in a few mjin-utyou will be amazed. Your hair will be wavy, fluffy and abundant and possess an incomparable softness, lustre and luxuriance. Besides beautifying the hair, ne application of Danderine dissolves every partical of dandruff; invigorates the scalp, stopping itching and v"" falling hair. Danderine is .to the hair what 'fresh showers of rain arid sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right j'to the roots, invigorates and strengthens them.( Its exhilarating, stimti g and proper ies cause the Hair td grow lone, srr ner i '- $ and beautiful. ' You can surely have' pvretyfv s if t lustrous hair. an lots at it W cM wlir just get' a"25:cent"bottie'r!o5f. Kriowltori's J Danderine from es -at-inlife-;produci- the bridge and over the mountains. Lexington Leader. Lonnie With "Cascarets" i Prof. Walter Moser. is conducting Best When Bilious, Sick, JHeadachy, Constipated or For Bad Breath Or Sour Stomach a private school at McKinney since the close of the regular public school term and has a large number of pupils. Prof. Moser is one of the most efficient and popular teachers on' the' staff 'of the county pedagogues, and Be cheerful! Clean up inside toij night and feel fine. Take Cascarets has a brilliant future before him. . to liven your ,Hveran4 clean the bowCol. D. TrDitan,' the I. J.'si-livels and stop headaches, a bad cold, biliousne'ss, offensive breath, coated wire representative at Hustonville, n tongue, sailowffessV-'&ou. Col. Duah. is--! stomacfr and was ini! and; qng of .the.5best;.reporterS) on the.' f. Tonight 4 gases. the nicest, take Cascarets and J.'s staff and has a "nose for news'" gentlest liver enjoy bowel cleansing you ever experienc- that cansmell a news item, even way ed. Wake - up feeling-- grand Ev- - down- - in- Cefsey. Everybody, compli ments erybody's doing it. ulaxative for children Cascarets best in fromthe live news notes he sends' th'e' West End." 1 also. town--Friday. " - f 4 - . nrnwr - crnrn v 8-- IT. as directed. W tAtiAf wimwrray WMw m.kj.' jr -- -, Padgett sold his country near the junction of the Waystore nesburg and. King's Mountain pjkes to Jack Webber, a former railroad man, who was injured in a wreck. It is understood that Mr. Webber paid $750 for the place. Just what Mr. Padgett will do is not known but it is reported that he is trying to buy FOR SALE. Pure Barred Plya nice, little farm in that section of FOR RENT. House and six acres'-o-f . county. mouth Rock Cockerels. Mrs. J. G. the land; good orchard; known as the-Jo- e 1 Carpenter, City. Embry place; good house and F. T. Rigsby, of Sonoita, Arizona, barn and .all necessary outbuildings. who came hmoe at the time of the COTTAGE for rent. Four rooms; Apply to S. J. Embry, Jr. 2t death of his mother, Mrs. J. H. Rigs close in and desirable';" immediate by at Preachersville a short time ago," possession. Call on EC. Walton. 1 WILL .bold horse and mule sale in is preparing to return soon to the basement at Carter & Carter's barn stae. It is probable that western FOR SALE. 15 nice Southdown on Monday,' February 14, ' county his father, J. H. Rigsby will go with ewes, will lamb in February and court day. For information see J. B. him for a visit Mr Rigsby says. The per head. T. F. Dinwiddie, Moreland; J. Nevin Caryoung man is dry faritting in ..the March. Price $ 7.75 Dunaway; King's Mountain, Ky. ter, Stanford; Harry Carter, Stan--forsouthern part of the new State, about' tf Mexican boV 24 miles north of the I BLACKSMITH SHOP TOOLS. der. He says that Mexican raiders NOTICE.-r-.Al- l. privately, wewill- - offer those. ,.owine, the Kennedy f;rCo.$ will asvhis&lace M hfe'iak nwn- -' 'publicly, Monday, Februar!i4, at firm af D. nrfii" ; i ;huse square, ,pleasecall a. tSe ntjlland 'setHfe at ber. ofrieigtibors ;fd,the:";sodh rho '2:00 -- p: . m.,v 'orfconrt " rc v.. r . .. :z nianiromirn chati .'hi u w f' sv iA' i uiv.swM )uiuwu, yr.. jBce. tfsThe joroijerty. haa beensold .hive lost MuchcattlahfcstockCiHei wm.....4 is greatly pleased with Arizona, an tools of Parsons & Preston. Lincoln and our partnership business must i -- vrM a JMftjBO thought,. of jefcurninto. oldl County National Bank, Stanford, be wound up at once. D. V. Kann- e""-- rr"f8i5a ""--- .: gl -Kentucky permanently. l 3-- S" 6-four-year-olds. Y, WANTED. Hustling local repre sentative to sell our sanitary brushes. t (Advertsements in this column will Exclusive territory; big profits to 1 cent a word each inparty. North Ridge Company, hereafter be sertion, but no a'd accepted for less Freeport, HI. than 15 cents. Cash must accompany all ads for this column. Count the words you have in your adv., at FOR SALE. Two beautiful Ma1 cent each time the adv. is to aphogany Pianos, like new; fine tone? pear in the paper, and send cash bargains, $125 each, cash. Address with order.) B. Greenup, 617 S. 2nd street, Louis, ville, Ky. PIANO at a bargain. See E. C. 1 Walton. FOR SALE A few genuine bufF toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rhode IsFOR SALE. Pair of mules, comW. H. Rigney, land Red Cockerels for sale also. ing Mrs. R. H. Crow, Shelby City, Hustonville, Ky. phone 65-tf R. D., No. 2. -A- CENT -WORD ADS the-righ- 7-l- p- 6-- 4t 1-- 8-- 7-- 7-- 8-lp O. 7-- ' tt o't k ky"' ''surest U V S.'iS. JP - s, The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 28, 1916. Mrs. Phil Nunnelley I v. een on fyp gn Hst several days. .c,pyb,i ... .. . c Mrs. fettle Smith has been a grip victim for several days. Mrs. Annie Prewitt is confined to her home with the grip. Mrs. John Sweeney has been ill with the grip for several days. Judge James P. Bailey was a grip victim last week. . Miss Elizabeth Higgins went to Page Five ) , Condensed Statement of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Ky., Made 31, December 1915. Resources Loans, Stocks and Bonds $251,446.97 U. S. Bonds 50,000.00 Banking House & other real estate Cash & due-from 9,482.85 46,326.20 banks Total ....... ...ii..... 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 ...... 26,000.00 Total $357,256.02 $357,256.02 The Bank declared 3 per cent, payable on demand semi-annu- We have paid taxes and expenses, declared payable on dedividend of mand, and there will remain $941.20 to Undivided Profits; and $600 to Fund for Taxes. The bank will pay 3 interest per annum, compounded January 1st, and July 1st, on Savings Accounts, and One Dollar ($1.00) will open an account. The bank also pays interest on Time Certificates. The Bank solicits accounts both small and large, and from the young and -- old; and promises prompt and faithful attention to all business intrusted to it. al 3, Wishing you a very Happy New Year, we are, very truly, J. S. HOCKER President S. T. HARRIS H. C. BAUGHMAN Vice-President Cashier 7nd.-Bookkeep- er W. W. SAUNDERS, J. R. HARRIS Bookkeeper John C. Robinson,. S. T. Harris, C. R. Coleman, J. S. Hocker, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid, Wm. Beck, H. C. Baughnmn, J. M. Pettus, W. G. Gooch, J. C. Eubanks, Directors. Personal and Social Social Calendar-Jan-. 29 The Logan-Whitlter of D. A. R. will meet with Annie Engleman at 2:30 o'clock. ey J. W. Acey and day with relatives L. P. Coffman, been down with Chap- days xVlrs. Mrs. L. B. Choate, of Burnside, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. L. McKechnie, at McKinney. Maternity! The Word of Words that motherhood is the one sublime accom r i It is written into life's expectations ) SHV Ui " U plishment And if there is anything, no matter how simple, how apparently trivial it may seem, if it can aid, help, assist or in any way comfort the expectant mother, it Is a blessing. And such is a remedy called "Mother's Friend." J'lB You apply it over the Stomach muscles. It is gently rubbed on the surface, and makes this relieves the strain on ligaments, natural expansion takes place without undue effect upon the nerves. And as the time approaches, the mind has gone through a period of repose, of gentle expectancy, and this aas an unquestioned influence upon the future child. That this is true is evidenced by the fact that three generations j)f mothers have used and recommended "Mother's Friend. Ask your nearest druggist for a bottle of this splendid remedy. He will get it for you. And then write to Bradfield Regulator Co., 407 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., .for a most interesting book of information It is mailed free. r to prospective mothers. Write today. It is a book you will enjoy. H. M. Ballou has returned short visit to Louisville. C. P. Epperson, of McKin visiting her brother, A. H. Rowe, at Rowena, Rowan county. Mrs. J. B. Smith has been quite Mr. Hugh Powell, of Perryville, ill of grip for several days at her was in town for a few hours Wed home in McKinney. nesday. Fred VonGruenigan and family, Bev Rout returned Wednesday out on Route 3, have all been grip from a. visit to his wife and son, victims for several days. 'Beverley, Jr., who are in Louisville -, Miss Nora Riffe, of McKinney, reMrs. Ed Price and son, Joe, of Thursday from a visit to caster, spent Tuesday with Dr. and i Mrs. friends at Winchester. A. S. Price. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson went to Misses Ellen May and Mary Lizza Liberty Wednesday to spend a few Holtzclaw left Monday to enter the days with relatives. Normal School at Richmond. Miss Isabella Givens, of Shelby Miss Lucille Dudderar is spending City, is to be the week-en- d guest of a few days with her cousin, Miss May j Dudderar Miss Belle Denny. at Gilbert's Creek. Misses Mary Walker and Elizabeth Mrs. L. B. Hilton and little son, Walker, of Paint Lick, are guests of James Butner, went to Brodhead Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays. Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Judge W. L. Dawson is back on J. R. Cass. RuraJRoute No. 2 af ter"a "speTT with j Miss Elizabeth Eldridge, who has grip, during which Elmer D. Eads a class at the local graded school, vis substituted for him, ited her parents at Paint Lick SatWalter Singleton of Louisville, urday and Sunday. came in Sunday for a short visit to Mrs. Emma Higgihbotham, of Lanhis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland caster, came over Thursday to spend Singleton. some time with ' her sister, Mrs. J. Nathan Hall, a well known farm- W. West. er of the Highland section, leaves Miss Joan Mount, of Lancaster. this week for his old home in Clint- - j passed through on her way to Bow-wooVa., on a business trip. ling Green Thursday to Visit her sis- George Mason, of Chicago, who has , ter, Mrs. T. M. Wilson. been visiting his mother and brother, Mrs. J. H. Pruitt who has been "Keg" Mason, in Lancaster, return- - confined with grip at the home of ed home Monday, passing through , her daughter, Mrs. W. D. Welburn, is j able 'to be about the here on the train. house. Lan-turned d, Mrs. wife, spent Sunin Lancaster. from a Mrs. near Bowen, has grip for several ney, is pth STANFORD'S BIGGER AND BETTER MEN'S STORE We want you to regard this store as a big service station for men. Our knowledge of what constitutes desirable merchandise, the buying power of money, the very best that we have in taste and fashion judgment are yours to command. Hart, ::::::: Schaffner & Marx i AH Wool Suits $15.00 to $25.00 suits to choose from than variety of will be found in any other store in this section suits that are "right" in.every particular because quality and style come first with us whether the clothes we sell cost little or much and no matter what price you pay, you can be sure that the suit you buy here is correct in style, certain in quality and perfectly, tailored. There are hundreds and hundreds of smart, snappy suits here for men of every build and every taste and at prices to suit every purse the best clothing values your money will buy anywhere when quality, style and tailoring are considered. style-corre- ct the army of grip sufferers. Mrs. Sallie Johnson is up from Louisville with relatives. County Attorney Henry Jackson, of Boyle, was over on legal business this morning. Mrs. Mary J. Owsley is ill with grip and her daughter, Mrs. Hugh on business. Reid, is in from the country with Mrs. W. A. Rice has been ill with her. grip for several days at her home in Mr. John M. Cress, the popular Highland. stock buyer of Preachersville, has Daniel Lyons, of Brattleboro, Ver- been quite ill of grip for several mont, is the guest of his son, C. S. days. Lyons on 'Hanging Fork. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cundiff wers Mrs. Joseph Coffey was quite ill called to Dunnville part of the week early this week, but is some better with Mrs. Cundiff's brother, Mr. M. now. Mrs. E. J. Tanner, of McKinney R. Damron, who has a very sick has returned home after a visit to infant. Liberty News. Mrs. Kitty Hopper returned this relatives at Junction City. morning from a visit to her sons, Mrs. Lizzie Hocker is able to be out again after being confined to her Revs. W. H. and Joseph Hopper and Attorney Geo. D. Hopper, in Louishome for some time. W. P. Kincaid has been at Paint ville. Lick for several days buying tobacMrs. A. W. Carpenter, near More-lanco. left Thursday for Tampa, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. James Brady, of to spend some, time with her daughHarrodsburg, are here with home-fol- ter, Mrs. Mark Collis. Mr. Carpenter will join her there next week. for a few days. Miss Cecil Batson, of Lancaster, is the guest of her grandparents, Hustonville Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hilton. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Mahan, of Danville, were over Sunday with her J. R. Rout and wife of Junction parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mobley. City, were guests of Mrs. George A. T. Traylor has been quite ill Tucker Monday. for several days at his home near Willie "Dock" Drye went to LexDudderar's Mill. ington Sunday and returned that Mrs. M. A. Gover and son, Shirley, night. spent the week-en- d at their old home Walter McKinney, of Mt. Salem, in Crab Orchard. was here Monday on business. T. D. Raney, one of Stanford's Eugene Dunn and family, Miss Lou knights of the grip, went up to Cowan and Wm. McKinney, motored Spark's Quarry Monday. to Danville Monday on a shopping Mrs. Russell Brown, of Lancaster, tour. spjent several days with Dr. and Mrs. Dr. Elwood Weatherford came up EJ J. Brown. Sunday evening from Stanford to j 'Mrs. Marvin H. Adams, of Lexingmake arrangements preparatory for ton, spent several days this week returning to New York City where her mother, Mrs.- - Annie .New- - he will begin his work. lanu. Miss Kate Bogle continues to imf Mrs. Nannie B. Herring, of Lan- prove and is expected home soon Jby caster, has been the guest of Dr. relatives and friends here, who will and Mrs. W. M. Duncan and family be glad to have her at home again. here. W. M. Myers bought of Enoch CoffMisses Carrie and Grace Anderson man. a milk cow for $40. of the Preachersville section, will Mrs. Livingston Cooper was guest leave Monday to enter school at of Mrs. Mack Peavyhouse Monday. Williamsburg. Miss Nitro Carson has been quite e, Mrs. Emmett McCormack, of feeble for several days, but is now was in town Wednesday, the somewhat better. guest of her daughter, Mrs. Logan J. K. Baughman was in town MonHubble. day looking somewhat feeble, after - Hi R. Young spent Saturday and having had a several days' tussle with 'Sunday with his parents at Highland. grip. His father is very sick at this time, Mrs. Clay Ellis out on the Stanwhile Mrs. Young is improving slow- - ford pike, has been quite ill with ly. the grip. Mrs. E. C. Walton, who has been A thief was disturbed a few nights at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. ago by one of our female citizens, Mims at a hospital in Louisville, came who heard a noise out the back way up Thursday and will be here with and going to see what the trouble was Mr. Walton several days this week. she found someone trying to enter Mrs. H. J. McRoberts and daugh- the meat house. As she made her apter, Miss Anna Davis, accompanied pearance the thief scampered away by Mrs. Alice Pickett motored to like a scared rabbit, and therefore, Crab Orchard Wednesday to see no meat was stolen. The blood friends. hounds should have been used, and W. B. McKinney went to Lexington probably all this burglary we have Thursday to attend the millers' been having around these parts, meeting. He was 'accompanied by would have come to an end. his wife and daughter, Miss Nancy Ki McKinney, and Mrs. W. N. Craig. S. D. Campbell spent several days in Springfield with his brother, N. 0. Campbell, who has been very ill of pneumonia, but is somewhat improvd, -- Cincinnati Thursday. Miss Roberta Blain, of Huston-vill- e, is the guest of the Misses Ellis. W. T. Tucker is out after a severe siege of the grip. W. 0. Walker is out after a tussle with the grip. Miss Elizabeth Higgins is in Cincinnati for a few days. Mrs. J. S. Owsley has been down with the grip for several days. Miss Pearl Beaumont is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Phillips. Mrs. Spears Fisher has been quite ill with frip for several days. J. W. Acey, of the Lincoln Pharmacy, spent Wednesday in Louisville Mrs. J. S. Owsley is a member of J ks The little daughter of Brack Reid, of near Moreland, died the first of the week with congestion of the brain. She had been blind for a year, and was greatly loved by all that were acquainted with her. She was buried in the Bragsdale cemetery, near Moreland Tuesday, evening. S. A. Walker, our undertaker, furnished the casket. T. L. Carpenter went to Liberty Tuesday to see after a lumber contract He is making arrangements to start a clock factory here in the spring. Cotton-Eye- d Joe was in town Tuesday morning on bis way to Moreland fiddle and bow and had his ear-cor-n out playing for those who enjoyed such music He was back again Wednesday morning, but said the horse ate up the fiddle and bow that night. J. H. and W. C. Floyd returned Saturday from Humphrey, Casey county, where they had been to attend the burial of their father, Thos. Floyd, who died at the age of 83 years. He had been in ill health for quite a while, and his death came as a result of a complication of difour-year-o- ld seases. , Hus-tonvill- Lair's dogs were called to Mt. Olive, Casey county Tuesday, where a colored woman had her house burned Monday night. Parties were trailed to the home of a suspicious character, but as yet no arrests havs . been made. moved his Dr. O. S. Williams has office across the street to tne room he recently rented from Miss Mack Logan. W. D. Stagg, Sr., was in town this week for the first time in several weeks. He has been suffering with a broken rib and a general shake-u-p from a recent accident which he had. Quite a lot of stock will be on hand at the sale of John Spears on Feb. 12, and' of as good cattle as will be found in the county, notice of which can be seen in the I. J. So don't let this opportunity get away from you. Mrs. James Cloyd and baby, and niece, of Ellisburg, were the guests of friends here the first of the week. Mrs. Miller and daughter, of Mt. Salem, were guests Tuesday of- - her sister, Mrs. Gilmore Burton, on East Main street. Mrs. J. W. Weatherford came up from Stanford Monday night with Dr. Elwood Weatherford. The sick are all showing an improvement as a result of the departure of the cold weather. Flocks of wild geese were seen and m heard Tuesday night. After1 a about town, 'they headed for the south. W. G. Cowan reports eighty-od- d lambs up to the present time and all good, strong ones, and doing nicely. Miss Christine Lair has been in arms of the grip for a few days, but is better at present. 'Lair's dogs were called to the McKinney Mills Wednesday morning, where a lot of flour had been taken out during the night before. The thief made good his escape. few-circles CJWe offer discriminating menfolks a far greater ed now. J. R. Young and family have re- turned from Highland where they have been at the bedside of his mother, Mrs. Mattie Young, who has been quite ill, but is somewhat im-- proved now. Miss Nancy Yeager, who has been the guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnston, at Pitts- Toilet Articles There's great satisfaction - Gvsript&rtBduffMr fclfaix y ..A v .ALL OVERCOATS REDUCED V-o- fr burg, Pa., during the winter, is expected home early next week. She in will stop by at Cincinnati for a visit using toilet goods with friends before coming home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston are preparing that come from our store. In them you to take an extended trip to New York have the assurance honest materials and and other eastern points. W. M. Bright, Sr., and daughter, pure chemicals. You couldn't get anything Miss Florence Bright, of Normal, more worth while any where. ,111., have been guests of his nephew, W- - M. Bright and family here for several days, left Thursday for ; Pineville, where they, will visit Mr. Bright's only sister, Mrs. Fannie Met-ca,l- f, fine soaps for trie compkxiori our display mother of Hon. Charles W. MetcWf v Mr. Bright has ndt seen his and bath scented waters, perfumes., cold cre-im- i sister for 25 years, sb..jthat ihe cosmetics. maiiicufe sets, lotions,, hair tonics, jkki ffciiii:. will undoubtedly Te a 'joyful . ,, . - , tf vuiuvk vtwicai apuiijjc MlU U1C MC one. v Alter spending "some "tiine at .i i . y" j 'Pineville, Mr. Bright,, and' daughter ' wiU proceed to' St. Petersburg, FlaV The Lincoln. Stanford, Ky-Where they will snend tfe remainder ' the winter.. J. W. ACEY,;Preri.t.r. , W. K CRAlC, of Come and See of re-jmi- pii '.? Pharmacy,. riHirt ,- ri . r") "V 2- - -- 2 Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 28, 1916. Hustonville 5 nlPP ?I rl! STANDING GUARD OVER THE i W. C. Woolford was here the 20th on business. The weather greatly moderated Treat Coughs and Colds At Once Dangerous Bronchial and Lung Ailments r Often Follow Neglected Colds. Dr. King's New Discovery Instantly Relieves and Breaks Up the most Stubborn and 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. King's New Discovery. In use over 45 years and guaranteed all the time. All druggists. this purpose there is no better WHOLE IAMIIY Thursday, when the warm wind from the south turned loose the snow and ice which made them get out of sight very rapidly. The burial of Willis Routen Wednesday evening was largely attended by relatives, friends and neighbors. Mr. Wesley Bailey of Moreland, was here Thursday morning on business. Hard Colds. John J. Brown, the Fork mail carrier, tells us of the arrival of an eleven-poun- d girl, born to his wife, on the 20th 6t January, and he is now the happiest mail man that goes through here. Squire Fields was in Stanford last Friday on business. J. B. Honaker sold to James Reid, a car of extra timothy hay, delivered on car at $15.00 per ?on. Same to be shipped to Carroll B. Reid at New j" Constipation-thOrleans. Mr. Wm. Thomas has been confined 'f to his home with the grip. Thomas Badgett and family, of Roy's Mill, was here a while Sunday on his way home from Stanford, where he had been on a visit for a few days to his wife's folks. .w S Henry Dye of McKinney Station ICJL was here Thursday morning making arrangements for the .burial of his father-in-laWilliam Routen. We have the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative. Announcements have been received Trial size, 10 cents. here of the marriage of Miss Lizzie Gillock, daughter of George Gillock, PENNY'S DRUG STORE our former barber, but now of LeRoy THE REXALL STORE Illinois, to a Mr. Razor. Quite a curiosity in their marriage a barber's CARTER CIRCUIT CLERK IN BAD daughter marrying a Razor. CASH FOR ACCOUNTS AND NOTES. Robert Carson and James Gadber-rSuit has been filed by the Attorney placed with us for of Phil, Casey county, autoed to Cash for Accounts and Notes comes easy when General's department to collect $8,collection. Ten Years Experience. We have collected Thousands U Danville, where Mr. Gadberry has a 706.14 from J. E. McGlone, Circuit of Dollars for othrs. We can do the same for you. Cost you noth' son in the hospital there under treating to give us a trial. WE MAKE NO CHARGES UNLESS WE Clerk of Carter county, indicted for ment for appendicitis. They stopped anywhere in the COLLECT. Accounts Notes and Claims collected making out false claims for witness over here at Riffe's Auto Hospital for United States. Bank references. fees against the State, and his bonds- a few repairs. May's Collection Agency, Somerset, Kentucky men, J. A. Stamper, a banker at Mr. Josiah Bishop went to LexingOlive Hill, to whom the claims were ton Saturday to the burial of Mrs. assigned and most of the warrants Pollard, a sister of Mrs. Bishop. Mrs. made payable, has given bond to At pBishop stopped over the same day in torney General Logan that he will Danville with her daughter, Mrs. pay the State such part of the amount Lipps, and returned home Saturday. as cannot be collected by the suit. F. M. Peavyhouse and wife have been laid up with the grip for about Mr. Peavyhouse was out Do You Feel Headachy? two weeks. was greeted by his many Sunday and Look To Your Stomach. friends. Reid went to Wilmore Sunday J. H. and returned that night. is an unusual thing for a Road Engineer McKee Riffe and It to sell medi'ine under a guaran wife, of Stanford, were here Saturtee to refund the money if it dflP day and Sunday with his parents, Mr. not cure. Yet. this is the way G.IL. and Mrs. J. P. Riffe, on the Liberty Penny, the popular druggist, is sill- pike. ing the standard dyspeplia Mrs. W. R. Williams has been on j remedy. the grip list for the past few days, Never before has he had so large but at present is considerably better. Our supply of Hemp Seed is so limited, a number of customers tell him that Her daughter, Mrs. Frank Mansfield, a medicine has been successful as has been at her bedside for a few People who a few days and returned to her home Sunwith we can only furnish seed to those conmonths ago looked like walking skel- day. Miss Bettie Logan has gone to etons have put on flesh and today tracting the cut crop to us. Call on C. are ruddy and vigorous with perfect house keeping in her residence on West Main street. digestion and good health. Samuel Goode, of color, died at his Hays Foster, Lincoln "Bank Building and There is no longer any need for residence near Turnersville Sunday, anyone suffering or making their friends suffer on account of dyspep- of pneumonia, after a short illness. learn our prices. can always be relied He was 70 years of age. Burial ocsia. upon. The percentage of cures is so curred Monday. Will Weatherford and wife, of great that there is little risk to Mr. Penny 4n guaranteeing to return the Houston, Texas, who have been visitmoney if the medicine does not re- ing friends and relatives here for lieve. And he stands ready to do so several days, left Saturday for Lexington, accompanied by Miss Lucy without any questions. Alcorn, where they will visit Mrs. Headaches, all forms of indiges- Hill Spalding, Miss Alcorn's sister, tion, specks before the eyes, dizzy From there Mr. Weatherford will feelings, and all forms of liver troumake a business trip to New York. PARIS, KENTUCKY ble are helped by A few Our popular deputy sheriff Willie days' treatment should show consid"Dock" Drye was here Saturday noerable gain in health while a com- tifying those who had their taxes plete coure often follows rapidly. 6,8 by the supervisors. raised Augustus Steinberger, of Chelf's Ridge was here Saturday morhing with a wagon load of fat hogs which' exqgfc foctefr&ea Ike laxative tablet with the pleasant taste 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 he sold to McCormack & Tucker, He told us that he haa to sell same in self defense, as some unknown parties were stealing them and had even gone so far as to shoot them, using high pressure balls. He said one came from the barn that had been shot through the body and which afterwards died. H. B. Hocker of Danville, was here over Saturday and Sunday with his mother and family, Mrs. J. W. Hocker, on Danville avenue. Clarence Dunn and Leroy Leigh went to Lancaster Saturday to witness the automobile drawing. A man acting as deaf and dumb was here last Friday evening with a card in hat band, stating that he was so afflicted. In answer to a lot of written queries, was only a nod of the head. Nothing could be learned from him excepting that he wanted to go to McKinney. He had a dog with him, and left here about dark for that place. A number of the people became suspicious of this gentleman and finally our city marshal set sail for him, but could find no trace of him whatever. Lair's dogs were called to McKinney Saturday morning to train down the parties who broke into Bower & Master's place of business and carOnly ried out the cash register. $2.50 was secured for their trouble, while a larger amount was overlooked by the thief. Suppose we had better keep our eyes open when another deaf mute, leading a dog around pays this community a visit. Protects everymembercf the family from e riage at the home of Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard at Bryantsville. The Training Class met on Thursday evening with Mrs. Emma Higgin-botha- m and Miss Susie Brashear at the home of Mrs. Wm. Lawson. DOWN ON HIS BACK. "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 straightened me right up. I recommend them to all who have kidney trouble." Rheumatic aches and pains., soreness and stiffness, sleep disturbBe-que- enemy of good health 104 W3 50 tte, w, ing bladder trouble, yield quickly to Foley Kidney Pills. Sold everywhere. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. y, The mid-yeexamination are being held this week which ends the first half of the school year. All pupils are exempt from examinations in all subjects in which they have made an average grade, as much: as, or more than 85 per cent, and have an average of 85 in their deportment. Marietta Goggin, '16, who has not been to school for some time, returnar Notice! ed Monday. Bessie McCormack, '18, returned to school Monday and her classmates were delighted to learn that her brother, Will McCormack, is improving. He is a member of the same class. Lewis Proctor was the only mem- Hemp Growers! Mi-o-n- a, slip, enclose with five cents to Foley Davison, Nancy Hunn, Robert Holtz-cla- w and Will Ashlock. Will McCor& Co., Chicago, 111., writing your mack, who is unable to attend, was name and address clearly. You will receive in return a "trial package con- the only missing member of the taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com- Sophomores. The regular weekly program was. pound, for coughs, colds and croup. held Friday, but due to the fact that Foley Kidney Pills, and' Foley Catharthe piano was out of fix, there were tic Tablets. Sold everywhere. no numbers from that department. Those who took part were Mabel Mas- ber of the Seniors absent Monday. Those absent of the Junior class were OUR JITNEY OFFER This and Sc. Maurice Tucker and Pattye Perkins? DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this Freshman: Sara Cormney, Margaret Mi-o-n- a. Mi-o-- na E. F. SPEARS & SON Mi-o-n- a. Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. n. v Jimi, rassenger and 1 icket Agent, FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE 101 East Main Street, - W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, Lexington, Kyf Cincinnati, Ohio Florida Qet fall information and fares from the Local Southern Agent, or write to B. 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Kidney Messrs. F. L. Conn and Cleveland Rose have bought out the interest of For nearly nine years I was a W. D. Hammack in the Lancaster Mogreat sufferer from what my doctor tor Car Company. Mr. Boyd Coldiron of Paint Lick said was kidney trouble and my blood and Miss Dora McCoy, of Lexington was out of order; enduring all that were united, in marriage in the city time excruciating pain in my back and across my bowels. I was. drawr of Jeffersonville. Mss Alice Hudson Rigney presided down so that I could only walk with at a Chafing Dish Party, at her home my hands on my knees. My doctor on Water street, to a number of her said he could do nothing for me. 2 tried many kinds of medicine but all young friends. Rev. A. J. Clere united in mar- to no avail. A friend told me about and as J riage Lee Tracy, of Judson, and Miss Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, Martha Thompson, of the Mt. Hebron had tried everything else that I heard of I bought a bottle of Swamp-Ro- ot section of the county. and it did wonders for me. I Mrs. Martha Pollard, who died in prize it higher than any other medLexington at the home of her son, Mr. O. T. Pollard, was the mother icine and I shall recommend it to my of Mrs. B. F. Oaks of this place. The friends. I wish to add right here for deceased was 71 years of age and that after using Swamp-RoI began to straighten up and died of a complication of diseases. SEVERE PUNISHMENT Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bastin are re- am now sound and well, and feel like ceiving many congratualtions since I might live a long time yet to tell the arrival of a little daughter in what your medicine has done for me. Yours very truly, Of Mrs. Cnippefl, of Fire Years1 their home. The welcome little guest T. C. CLAY, Willie Allene has been named Miss 750 Sugar St., Marion. Ohio. Bastin. Staiding , Relieved by Ctrdii. hos- State of Ohio, Mrs. R. E. McRoberts was the tess at a handsome dinner party? the Marion County Personally appeared before me, honoree being her attractive guest, Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap-pe- ll this 19th day of December, A. D.r of this town, says: ul suffered foi Miss Harriett Crouch, of Clarksville, 1914, T. C. Clay, who subscribed live years with womanly troubles, also Tenn. above statement and made oath stomach troubles, and my punishmenl Lancaster relatives here received that the same is true in substance-anwas more than any one could tell. the information of the death of a I tried most every kind of medicine, in fact. former Lancastrian, Mrs. Sadie C. b'ut none did me any good. CHARLES W. HABERMAN, Davis, at her home in Jacksonville, I read one day about Carduf," the wo Notary Public, man s tonic, and I decided to try it. I Fla. Three daughters, two sons and Marion Co., Ohio. had not taken but about six bottles until one sister survive her. I I was almost cured. It did me more Mrs. Harold Oldham, of Richmond good than all the other medicines I had was here for the Kinnaird-For- d Letter to wed tried, put together. Dr. Kilmer & Co., My friends began asking me why I ding. Binghampton, N. Y. Mrs. A. H. Rice, of Richmond, Ihd. looked so well, and I told them about is here for a visit to Mesdames H. A. Cardui. Several are now taking it." Do you, lady reader, suffer from any B. Marksbury and H. Clay Sutton. Prove What Swamp-Roof the ailments due to womanly trouble, WW Do For Yob. Misses Nancy Walker and Martha such as headache, backache, sideache. Kavanaugh entertained at a ValenSend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer &r sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired tine or Heart Party in the Masonic Co., Binghamton, N.-Y- ., for a samfeeling? .Club rooms for Miss Harriet Crouch. ple size bottle. It will convince any K so, let us urge you to give Cardui a trial. We feel confident it will helo vou. The Misses Gill also complimented one. You will also receive a book p just as it has a million other women in this popular Tennesseean by a pret- let of valuable information, telling-aboutne past nail century. ty social affair Thursday afternoon. the .kidneys and bladder. When y. Begin taking Cardui You Miss Bessie Chatman, of Nicholas-vill- e, writing, be sure fnd mention won't regret it All druggists. pianist at the Lancaster opera Interior Journal. Regular Writ to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies and size bottles Advisory Dect. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Sucun house, and Mr. John Simpson, also fifty-cebook, "Home ) of Nicholasville, were united in mar- - for sale at all drug stores. Instruction on your case and 5678 Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. K.C 1 34 -- Lancaster Trouble ot two-month-s to-th- e d ot t to-da- the-Stanfo- rd nt one-doll- ar 64-pa- V- - The Interior Jburnal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 28, 1916'. Page Seven WOMAN AVOIDS OPERATION Medicine Which Made Surgeon's Work Unnecessary. -- TO THE FARMERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY WOMAN'S DREAM IS TRUE AT LAST Knows Why Offer to Divide Fortunes Multi-Millionaires Crab Orchard Mrs. Emma Farris was called to Pinehill Monday by news stating her daughter-in-laMrs. Steve Teaters had died. Mrs. Teaters was a dew, HXMMMMftMKXMMMXMMH m t . voted wife and was ever ready to do of January 21st, prompts me to exall she could for her friends and press my views upon this question, in To be a sufferer from nervous dys- was much loved by all who knew her which I have long been interested. to bear all appropriation pepsia for ten years, and physical, here. Much sympathy is felt for the Astoria, N. Y. "For two years I Under the Smith-Levthe tortures, mental and was feeling ill and took all kinds of act of 1907, Kentucky is entitled to bereaved husband in his sad hour. tonics. I was get-in- g $121,000 for the purpose of improv- that this and all too common ailment Mr. Galem Rodgers has been very worse everyday. brings, and then to find relief al- low for some days. He was taken yMgii I had chills, my head ing agricultural conditions. The most over night, is like having a with grip and other complications would ache; I was national department of agriculture happy' dream come true. always tired. I could will put up dollar for dollar, or in setting up, caused much alarm to But this was the delightful experi- his family and friends. Dr. Phillips not walk straight other words will pay one half the salbecause of the pain ence of Mrs. Margaret Hunter, of 40 in myback and I had ary for the county agent. Lincoln Eighteenth street, Newport Ky. Mrs. is attending him, and doing all that lmv iwr-fll can possibly be done. Mrs. Rodgers pains in my stom- county is entitled to 800 as her part n iiiiiiiiiKr .."iiniii ach. I "went to a also has been sick with grip. provided the coun- Hunter, the wife of a of the $121,000, doctor and he said I ty will raise as much. At the pres- and highly successful real estate dealThe Ladies Aid of the Christian must go under an in the Kentucky city, recently church elected the following officers 35 coun- er operation, but J. did ent time there are about long hoped for change for the year: Mrs. Anna Napier, not go. I read in ties in the state with agricultural told of the in her life. the paper about agents, among those nearest to us president; Mrs. Robert Thompson, "For ten years," explained Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ComMrs. Sanders, secreand pound and told my husband about it. I are Woodford, Hardin, Harrison Hunter, "I have suffered from ner- tary and Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry, said ' I know nothing will help me but I Franklin counties. Any one who has vous dyspepsfa. When I read of the treasurer. "will try this.' I found myself improv- talked on this subject with one of to divide ing from the very first bottle, and in two the farmers from these counties, will offers of The Christian Endeavor is in a weeks time I was able to sit down and their fortunes if they might be cured splendid shape for work. Misses find out that the fields which were at a hearty breakfast with my husof this terrible distressful malady, I band, which I had not done for two years. once sour and unproductive, have felt, too, that I would never be cur- Myrtle Murray and Mayme Holdman and I am now in the best of healthMrs. been restored by the use of the im- ed, because I had no millions to of- are conducting it and expect to acdid not have the operation." complish much good if the young proved methods of farming planned John A. Koenig, 502 Flushing Avenue, and supervised by the county agent. fer. people will with them in Astoria, N. Y. I used all manners of remedies this great work. We can already county, because of the difLincoln Every one dreads the surgeon's knife dietsee the vast amount of help this and the operating table. Sometimes ferent character of her soil, would af- without avail. Even the strictest ing did not help me materially. Food has been to the young people" of our nothing else will do ; but many times ford an excellent opportunity to obdoctors say they are necessary when in any form was absolutely repellant thev are not Letter after letter come3 tain results, which would be aston- at most times. But worst of all, of town. The Endeavor will give an to the Pinkham Laboratory, telling how ishing and almost unbelievable. The course, was the constant nerve entertainment the first Saturday in operations were advised and were not February to which all are Invited. A n fields could be built up by performed; or.if performed, did no good, the use of ground limestone or cal strain. I had all of the symptoms that most interesting program will be "but Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable dyspepsia causes headaches, backused and good health followed. cium carbonate which render the acid aches, and pains in the kidney reg- rendered. legumiMontez Fish left for Louisville in sleeplessness, If you want advice write to soil neutral, such order that last week to go into business. He as the clovers can ions, nausea, dizziness, nous crops Xydia K. Pinkham Medicine Co. tastes in my mouth, a coated will be missed by the Sunday school (confidential), Lynn, Mass. be grown, and they take the free ni bad tongue, forming of gas in my stom- and Endeavor, where he has faithtrogen from the air and deposit it ach and bloating, and I was in a fully labored for several years. in the soil, so that it becomes readily generally n and thoroughly PROFESSIONAL AND available as plant food. Rev. Hutchings of Preachersville, nervous condition. preached an excellent sermon at the suggest a plan which Permit me BUSINESS CARDS I think wouldtowork satisfactorily in "And then came the joyful sur- - Baptist church last Sunday. the first few doses of Mrs. Kate Egbert who has been this county. During the months. ., Pris' After benefitted. Now I am ,, of Tanlas I was T. W. PENNINGTON, January, February and marcn, " a confined to her room for some little normal conuiuun, acivco time with grip and rheumatism, is months that the agent would be un- DacK to DENTIST quieted, restful sleep, and my food able to walk about the house withMyers House Flats Stanford, Ky. able to do active work on the out- digesting as it should, and of course. out the aid of Her cane. Phone: Office 240; Res. 16S side, on account of the inclemency am gaining strength daily. Mr. Frank Brooks has been sufferof the weather, he could teach the I "My husband, who has seen the ing from lumbago for several days. principles of agriculfundamental splendid effect of Tanlac on me, has Dr. Edmiston is attending him. J. B. PERKINS ture in the High School, provided also taken it." DENTIST Mr. Hamilton, our city marshal has the school board would be willing to Tanlac that inspired this intensely moved from his farm to the Dr. Lincoln Bank Building put up $300. That would leave Rooms 28-2interesting story, big in importance 214 STANFORD, KY. Phc $500 to be appropriated by the fiscal to men and women everywhere, noV Doores property on Main street. Miss Melsadie Chadwick went to court. I am interested in advancewhich is being introduced in Stanford at Winchester Tuesday to visit her sisW. W. BURGIN ment along agricultural lines, Penny's Drug Store where it is be- ter, Mrs. Fife for a couple of weeks. I think would be most effectively ac- ing fully explained daily. DENTIST 1 Upon her return she will finish out Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays complished through the work and cothe unexpired term at. Watt's Chapel operation of the county agent. I am at Crab Orchard Davis' Store School having been selected by the Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays vitally interested in seeing that old at Stanford Lincoln will be among the first to Robert Bowen, who has been visit- County Board of Education. This Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding secure federal aid, realizing what ing relatives in New Albany, Ind., speaks very highly for Melsadie, who is a young teacher of great promise. good will be obtained by this means. has returned home. . do not .desire an. agent for this Morgan was visited last L fairs. Thomas Manuel has returned Flovd I HARRY JACOBS county because of any pecuniary ben- Sunday night by the stork and it left f r'dm a pleasant stay with her chil Dealer In Gravel Switch. might derive from delight. Fine Monumental Work efit which Iimprovement which Isuch, a boy, much to theirthe Pine Grove dren at Kate Magee who fell and am Mrs. The members of Stanford, Ky. except the Cemetery Hill, since, Closed on Saturday satisfied would be brought about in church are putting on a new roof and brpke her right arm some time Phone 164 to use it again, and is agricultural conditions. giving their building a general over- is about able STANFORD, KY. Hoping that some of the farmers hauling, as it has heertofore been loud in her praise of the skill shown Night Phone 186 will investigate and find out for them- neglected, for if the devil ever had by Dr. W. J. Edmiston. This break Day Phone 95 selves the many advantages that a pick at a church it has been Pine was only about two inches below the JNO. M. CASEY, D. V. M. would be derived from the services Grove. He has even made some of 'shoulder joint and was for this rea Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College of an agent for Lincoln county, I the members believe it is wrong to son quite difficult to splinter so as (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) to heal, but it has healed quickly beg to remain, have Sunday school. Office: Burton's Stable "An Advocate of Improved Jesse James is preparing to move and well and she wants her friends Kentucky Lancaster, through the Inted to known about it to the house owned by Theodore rior Journal. and recently vacated by Henry ' Dr. Harmon has. been quite sick Livery and Hauling Bad Cold? Headachy Brummett. Ethel James, 11 years old, has it for some time and as he enjoys an Call phone 249 and let us send our motor truck for your trunk, baggage And Nose Stuffed to her honor that she has not been extensive practice, he is missed. kept We have auto service Drs. Jones and Phillips ar,e or furniture. tardy or absent a day from the Otten-heibugor safe horses, nice, school during the session just very busy every day, so great is the gies and carriages in our livery. Try Tape's Cold Compound" Relieves Worst Cold or the Grip in Few rounded out by Profs. White and sick list. us and you'll be pleased. Mrs. Charles Redd has been quite MASTERS & BOWYER Used Russell as teachers. Hours No Quinine Kentucky Stanford E. B. Manuel has moved to Riley's sick at. her home near town, but is say. Take "Pape's Cold Compound" ev- where he is employed by the railroad better we are glad to Mr. Charlie Cooper is gradually ery two hours until you have taken company as section foreman. Still in Business The telephone business has revived growing weaker each day. three doses, then all grippe misery John Several of The Same Old Stand goes and your cold will be broken. It to some extent in this section as sev- Kennedy havethe family of Mr. Little been quite sick. clogged-ueral hours ready at I am plumbing,all tinning,to do and promptly opens yourpassages p of nos- line. new phones are going on this Mary, the baby, being the last victim etc., the trils and the air to grip, is improving. make a specialty of water and heat- head; stops nasty discharge or noss plants. Get my figures before running; relieves the headache, dulling Mrs. Jane Hutchison has been conLiven Up Your Torpid Liver you buy as I can save you money. To keep your liver active use Dr. fined to her bed for over two weeks ness, feverishness, sore throat, sneezW. K. WARNER King's New Life PTIIs. They insure with bronchial pneumonia. She is Stanford, Ky. ing, soreness and stiffness. Phone 188 Quit blow- good digestion, relieve constipation, some better at this date. Don't stay stuffed-up- ! Mi. L. L. Sanders went to Wiling and snuffling. Ease your throb- and tone up the whole system keep Auto Bus Between bing head nothing else in the your eye clear and your skin fresh liamsburg in the interest of the CumMilling Co. relief as Danville and Stanford world gives such prompt which costs and healthy looking. Onlv 25s at your mins Messrs. Ed and Walter Rodgers of druggist. "Pape's Cold Compound, Between Danville and Stanford Somerset, are with their parents, Mr. only 25 cents at any drug store. It Daily Except Sunday BECKHAM FOR and Mrs. Galen Rodgers. Leaves Stanford (St. Asaplj Hotel) acts without assistance, tastes nice, That Senator Beckham is appreciMr. Garner Price, whose leg was and causes no inconvenience. Acat 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. ated abroad as well as at home is amputated, is reported as quite sick. 1 Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at cept no substitute. shown in the signal honor accorded 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Mrs. S. A. Middleton and Miss him at the opening session of Con- Kate,Nare sufferers from grip. Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges The new county attorney of Mer- gress. Although it was his initial apThe roof on the Christian Church O. L. MINKS, Proprietor cer is named Corn. It must be Ker- pearance with that body he was dis- which has been in such bad condition nel Corn. If it were merely A. Corn tinguished above all other new sena- is being replaced by a new one of he would be a nut. Cynthiana Dem- tors by being chosen Monday, by tin. Joseph Price Sanatorium ocrat. ' , President Pro Tem Clarke, to preside The inmates of "Widow's Rest" Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Supt. over the deliberations of that august desire to thank Bro. Willis' for a libSkilful ason Highcation. Located body during the debate. As Morrow eral supply of nice kindling wood sent sistants; aseptic rooms, beds, furniFor Rheumatism ture and operating outfit. The best has put Kentucky in the doubtful them this week. Mrs. Hutchison and As soon as an attack of Rheumatof food, nursing, fresh air and sunshine, heat and ventilation; massage; ism begins apply Sloan's Liniment. class, and Marshall doesn't seem to Mrs. Holdman were also remembered. The outlook for Crab Orchard for hydrotherapy and hpt air baths and Don't waste time and suffer unneces- care for the vice presidency again, electrotherapy. Beckham wquld be most available 1916 seems to savor of prosperity sary agony. A few drops of Sloan's Physicians of Lincoln and adjoinOur Springs timber for the tail-en- d of the ticket-H- e and advancement. ing counties invited to bring their pa- Liniment on the affected parts is all every needed imwould lift our State out of the have undergone tients, operate and treat them and you need. The pain goes at once. A charge for same. Office in Lincoln grateful sufferer writes: was doubtful column and there would be provement, to make them second to "I County National Bank building; suffering for three weeks with Chron- ,no question of Kentucky's electoral "hours from 8 to 12 a.m.,2,4,8 p.m. vote. Harrodsburg Herald. C. M'Clary Surgery, diseases of eye, nose, ear, ic Rheumatism and Stiff Neck, algenito-urinar- y though I tried many medicines, they throat, gynecology, organs, rectum and skin. No conta- failed, and I was under the care of a L. Beazley & Co., gious diseases admitted. Glasses pre- doctor. Fortunately I heard of necessary. scribed when Sloan's Liniment and after using it three or four days am up and well. , "THEOLDiRELIABLE" 1 I am employed at the biggest department store in S. F. where they employ from six to eight hundred hands and they surely will hear all about Embalmer Sloan's Liniment. H. B. Smith, San Undertaker Embalmer Undertaker Home Phone 35 1 Office Phone 167 RE&iEOYFORMEN. Francisco, Cal., Jan. 4915. At all AT YOUR DRUGGIST. Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. Stanford, Kentucky. druggists'. er The suggestion concerning an agricultural agent for Lincoln county She contained in an editorial of the I. J. M Does Pain Interfere? There is a remedy K5W I S M M M M M M M M well-know- vice-preside- nt; multi-millionair- es -- H k. Sloan's Liniment Read this unsolicited grateful testimony Not long ago my left knee became lame and sore. It pained me many restless nights. So serious did it become that I was forced to consider giving up my work when I chanced to think of Sloan's Liniment. Let me say less than one bottle fixed me up. Chaa. C. Campbell, Florence, Tex. 1! litfl M ft HftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftMKMliiisil estimates, would bring in an annual tricity, steam heat, water works a.d revenue of nearly $700,000. The bill splendidly lighted, it will be in fine provides methods for assessing liquor shape to give all its patrons every and heavy penalties for violation of comfort and convenience and all who its provisions. have ever been within its walls know well that Col. and Mrs. Willis spare WOMEN'S WOES no labor to make them feel at home. Added to our Springs improvements Stanford Women Are Finding Relief we must mention that Crab Orchard At Last will have a Sanatorium which is be ing built by Dr. W. J. Edmiston. This It does seem that women more building is under erection and a more than a fair share of the aches and complete description of it will be pains that afflict humanity; they given by us in a short time, when we must "keep up" must attend to will be able to tell you of its baths, duties in spite of constantly aching for the backs, or headaches, dizzy spells, of its every convenience bearing-dow- n treatment of all diseases. pains; they must stoop Mrs. Kate Edmiston is able to be over when to stoop means torture. up after a most severe attack of grip They must walk and bend and work which almost resulted in pneumonia. with racking pains and many aches Mr. John Edimston, the aged fath- from kidney ills. Keeping the kidneys er of Dr. W. J. Edmiston, is very well has spared thousands of women sick at his home here. much, misery. Read of a remedy for The sad news has just reached us kidneys only that is endorsed by that the six weeks old baby of Mr. people in this locality. and Mrs. Walter Smith, near the rivMrs A. Camden, Preachersville, er, was found dead in bed Wednes- Ky., says: "I suffered intensely from day. It had been real sick with a kidney complaint. Wheri I stooped, cold, but seemed so much better, I could hardly straighten. Dark spots that they thought it out of danger, often floated before my eves and mv and the mother had ojily leffcjt long; head pained me until I was almost enough to go to .the kitchen on some crazy. A neighbor told me about errand, returning to the room she Doan's Kidney Pills and I got a box. found it dead. Much sympathy is They helped me from the first and I felt for the young parents in the loss am now free from kidney com of their little boy. plaint." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't How To Cure Colds simply ask for a kidney remedy eet Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat Doan's Kidney Pills the same that right. Take Dr. King's New Discov Airs. Camden had. Foster-Milbur- n ery. It is prepared from Pine Tar, Co., props., Buffalo, N. Y. 1 healing balsams and mild laxatives. Dr. King's New Discovery kills and expels the cold germs, soothes the irritated throat and allays inflammation. It heals the mucous membrane. Search as you will, you cannot find Cent a better cough and cold remedy. Its use over 45 years is a guarantee of i i satisfaction. ! 8-- ft ft ft ft ft $whLk eh 37Zw-!i- ! run-dow- no watering place in the .south, elec- Com-poundw- as I run-dow- 9, 8-- I No-lan- ... m up-to-da- te At up-to-da- te JUDGE ROSCOE TARTER'S PLAN. , A simple methold of raising addi- -' tional revenue and lifting the state i debt is submitted for the considera- -' tion of the Legislature in a bill in- -' troduced in the House last week by! Representative R. C. Tarter, Repub lican, of Pulaski county. Representa tive Tarter's bill proposes a license tax of five cents per wine gallon on all distilled spirits and one-ha- lf cent' per wine gallon on all .malt liquors I manufactured in the Commonwealth j of Kentucky. This tax, Judge Tarter ' J . FARM LOANS 5 Per CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle D. A. THOMAS, Phone 80 1 Stanford, - Kentucky Winter Is Not Over Yet. VICE-PRESIDEN- T 8-- Another Cold Spell Coming. Don't let it catch you unprepared this time. Phone us for a load of our J. J. Rex or Pioneer Block. 2-- 12 T It will please you. PHONE NO. 49. Northcott & Tudor. .3- o. -' Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Fiiday, January 28, 1916. Weather is coming. Wet 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 Sam Matheny sold a gelding to Millard Hatfield of Highland, for $90. Middleton Lynn, east of town, sold a pair of horse mules to Will Lynn Wood for $250. Commissioner of Agriculture Mat Cohen has opened offices for the state fair in the Republic building at Louisville. D. M. Robinson near Waynesburg, bought a nice grade Jersey cow from J. B. Robinson for $52, and a heifer from B. H. Smith for $25. Col. D. K. Farris, of Crab Orchard sold a crop of tobacco on the Danville market this week at an average three-year-old two-year-old Sam Robinson, Stanford Genuine Oliver Plows and Repairs W.E. PERKINS, Farm and Stock News James Leathers, near Turnersville, sold to Willie Runce, of the Bowen section, a mare for $50. J. T. Woodford, of Mt. Sterling recently sold to R. E. Moreland, of - Crab Orchard E. Tate sold to J. R. Powell a xrork horse for 100 and to W. K. Shugars a team of mules for $300. John B. Foster, sold part of the tailings of a crop of tobacco at the Danville market early this week at $8.45 a hundred. He disposed of 5,500 pounds. T. W. Jones, was up in Crab Orchard Wednesday and contracted for 52 hogs from Jim Wilson at $5.40 a hundred. They averaged 135 pounds Mr. Jones paid Jim Rogers C. ' Lexington, a brown gelding by Highland Gay, dam by Sterling Chief. five-year-o- ld cows. 1280 acres in Madison County, abont $100 for three Tialf in cultivation, balance open. Will Dr. Burnett of Shelby MISSISSIPPI LAND FOR SALE county, produce 50 to 60 bushels of corn per who is preparing to start a Jersey acre. Dark alluvial soil, easily culti- dairy herd, was in Lincoln and Boyle vated. Owner of adjoining farm gathered 54 bushels of oats per acre in county this week buying up some 1914. Four and f miles from Rail- Jersey cows. He purchased about a road. Just rolling enough to drain well. dozen in this county and bought half One residence several tenant houses. a dozen in Danville. His local purSome fencing. Price $32.50 per acre. For further information about Missis- chases were as follows: from Adolph sippi or Middle Tennessee farms write Von Gruenigan two for $115; from M. E. WAINWRIGHT,' Manager, Jacob Gander three for $170; from S. Land Department, J. Embry two for $90; from J. L. BRANSFORD REALTY COMPANY, iBeazley five for $240. Nashville, Tenn. one-hal- THE BEST WAY TO AVOID THE GRIP Is to get a good pair of Rubber Boots or Shoes from our big stock and protect your feet well. There'll be lots of wet winter weather yet, so come in and let us furnish you the surest sort of grip insurance. Our prices are as cheap or cheaper than anybody's. We also have some extra heavy, strong Shoes for Men, Women and Children. Just the things to protect your feet if you don't like to wear rubbers. Come and see what we have any way. You're always welcome in this store whether you buy or not. The Bargain Store, SALEM & SALEM. price of 10 cents a pound. W. T. Tucker paid Forestus Reid $13 a ton for three car loads of extra nice timothy hay, which he shipped to parties at Lafollette, Tenn. Col. R. H. Bronaugh, of Crab Orchard, sold 2,700 'pounds of tobacco on the breaks at Danville this week for which he received an average of 11 cents per pound. J. S. Holtzciaw has 105 acres of hemp and his brother, A. W. Holtzciaw, 70 acres, on the Josh Jones farm on Knob Lick pike, that is making a remarkable yield. What they have broken has averaged 2,000 pounds to the acre and while the rest may not run that high, it will not miss it for. At the public sale in Scott county of Mrs. Sallie Bishop & Son, 14 head of registered ewes brought $15.40 a head; 14 grade ewes, $9.40 per head; 10 yearling Iambs from $9 to $15; milk cows sold from $68 to $75; two yearling steers $50 each; two yearling heifers, $47.50; two calves $45 each, and two small calves $29 each. A dispatch from Chicago early this week said: $10 cattle, $8 hogs, $12 lambs and $8 sheep is a prediction confidently made in stock yard circles. Bullocks that were not prime sold at $9.85 early this week and $10 in quotable for the right kind. Hogs reached $7.70 on the bulge last week, $10.90 has been paid for lambs and $7.85 for sheep. Every branch of the trade shows strength. W. O. Walker, of this city, shipped last week to O. C. Smith at Elba, Ala., a couple of gilts and a young boar of his famous Kentucky Red Berkshire hogs. He received $25 and $15 for them. Mr. Walker has recently purchased from R. H. Sharp of Lafollette, Tenn., the famous young boar bred by W. B. Turleyat Richmond, which won first money in the sweepstake, ring here, then at yn& State Fair at Louisville, at Knoxviilej and other points. Mr. Walker brought him back to Kentucky to head his herd and expects to have a lot of service from him as the boar is only nine months old. N. W. Rogers, of Paint Lick, purchased of Brandenburg Bros., three mare mules for $500, two mare mules from Hal Mason, $335; a mare mule of J. D. Browning, $150. He sold to Farris & Fox, of Danville, 3 mules for $550; two to Mr. White, for $350; two to Fletcher Mann, $275 ; two horses to Mr. White of Georga, $235. Mr. Kaiser, buyer for the hemp firm of Spears & Son, of Paris, has been in Lincoln and Garrard making purchases and receiving the fiber airpa dy engaged several months ago. C. H. Foster is agent for Lincoln and Henry B. Cox, the Garrard representative and has charge of the hemp warehouse in that city. The latest quotation shows an advance in price. Some of the hemp growers who refused to sell earlier in the season, are now having the satisfaction of receiving as much as $10.50 per hundred. Mr. Kaiser is at Lancaster on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and in Stanford the remaining days of the week. The John Jewell farm near was sold last week to Asbury college for $35,000. The farm comprises 228 acres of land and is one of the best tracts in the county. The trustees of Asbury college stated that their object in buying the farm was in order that they might use it as a dairy plant for boys who desire to work their way through college. James R. Magowan, of Mt. Sterling, and the owner of the renowned stallion, J. Malcolm Forbes, last week sold to R. E. Moreland, of Lexington, the four year old trotting stallion, Britton Forbes, for $1,250. This horse is considered by good judges to be one of the finest looking individuals ever foaled, and Mr. More-lan- d will show him the coming two-year-o- "J. H. Bustle sold to J. M. Pettus a milk cow for $50. W. L. Crim, of Chilesburg, sold a mare mules to pair of J. O. Ralls, of Millersburg, for $475. Sam Wilson, of Creston, Casey county, bought a pair of mules at Columbia last week for $365; also a 75 acre farm for $700. Charley Williams, who has been living in the McCormack's section, has moved to the place recently vacated by Rev. Wm. Sprinkles, on the Arcadia farm. E. J. Tanner, of McKinncy, is preparing to erect a modern dwelling on his farm in Casey county, and has let a contract to G. W. Grider for the construction. Knowing that it is the general hogs are opinion that mule-foote- d immune to cholera, W. Lee Davis, of Fulton, wrote to the agricultural experiment station of the State Uni versity, Columbia, about the matter, and was referred by Dean Mumford to the agricultural experiment station of Perdue University, Indiana, where several experiments have been run to determine whether or not this breed of hog was really immune to the disease. An answer from this school told that the results of their showed conclusively experiments mule-fohogs possess no more that natural immunity to cholera than other breeds. Fulton, Mo., Gazette. three-year-old ot Parents Should Know This Splendid Remedy SIMPLE LAXATIVE COMPOUND HELPS TO CORRECT CONSTIPATION IN CHILDREN With all children there are times when the bowels fail to act naturally and it becomes necessary for the par- ents to administer a remedy. Cathartics and purgatives should never be used as these agents afford only temporary relief while their violent action shocks the system unduly. Mrs. Eva F. Gaff, 517 10th street, Washington, D. C, says that her little girl, Marie, had been subject to con stipation, and that she found Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin the best remedy because of its mildness, and now always keeps a bottle of it in the house. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a compound of simple laxative herbs, free from opiates or narcotic drugs of any kind, and is an ideal remedy for children because of its mild action and positive effect. Its use tends to strengthen the impaired bowel action and restore normal MARIE GAFF It is important that parents should know of a dependable remedy with no unpleasant after effects, griping or strain. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin costs only fifty cents a bottle and can be procured at any drug store. To obtain a trial bottle, free of charge, write to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington street, Monticello, m. Pleasant Point the county and lots of places in other counties are represented in your paper, so I can't see why the best place in the world, according to the writer's views cannot be heard from occasionally. I notice that every other place in 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 ! There are enough people sick in this section. Were we to mention each one's name, it would fill a big space of your valuable paper. Nearly every family is represented on the sick list with a victim of grip. Mr. Jim Hampton Leach has just returned from Cincinnati with his family, where he moved a short time ago. It seems that it is hard for Mr. Leach to decide where he is needed the most. Rev. Owens, of Maywood, has rented W. B. King's farm for this year and is moving to it. Rev. Owens is pastor of Pleasant Point and Olive Baptist churches, he having been se- lected for another year by each of the churches. His location is a good one as he is near each point and can farm during farming season. We are glad to have him and his excellent family among us. Messrs. George Walls and Alex Dunlap went to Maywood to assist in moving Rev. Owens. Mr. Jack Webber of Ludlow, has bought the Alonzo Padgett property and stock of goods on the pike below B. G. Gilliland's. Mr. Webber will take charge about the middle of Feb ruary, iur. raageu; is unuetiucu ao to what he will do, but thinks he will buy a farm close to where he years has lived for thirty-fiv- e bought a team ot Mr. Padgett mules, wagon and harness, from J. T. Horton at a fancy price. Mr. Eugene Wall, who is just 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. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford. closing his last week of school at Oak tion. Mr. R. J. Hogue went to town this Grove, will go to Richmond to take Normal course. There are very week to pay his taxes. Mr. Hogue, a few finer young men to be found who is usually the first one to pay his taxes, saw the sheriff had his farm anywhere. Our school closed on last Friday advertised for taxes and still thinkowing to the severity of the weath- ing he had his paid, got his receipt er, the lack of fuel and sickness in and found he had paid another man's-taxelast fall instead of his own. the district. The attendance has Mr. W. A. Leach bought a mare been very poor. With taxes higher each year and from Mrs. Eubank for a nice price. W. B. King will move his family roads getting worse, in fact, almost to Kingston to where he has purchasimpassable, it seems that this end of ed a lot from W. D. Murphy and is the county is poorly represented. erecting a bungalow. Mr. J. A. Singleton, one of the members of the Board of Equaliza- s ld Wil-mor- e, W. H. HIGGINS: I have tried the the Sub Soil Attachments and they are just what I want. Will keep them both. LILBURN GOOCH. p 4 tion tells us that the board has just PUBLIC SALE completed its work, making some few changes in this part. As administrator of my father, F". Mr. Ollie Routen, wife and little F. Moser, I will sell at public outcry son, left last week for Bloomington, I at his late home on Gilbert's Creek Ind., where he will take up his old at 10 o'clock a. m. on job on the railroad. SATURDAY, FEB. 5th, 1916 Dr. Laswell took Edward Miller, the following described property: son of W. M. and Mrs. Miller, to I nice Jersey cow; 1 Jersey heifer; Stanford last week and operated onI aged mare; 1 wagon; lot PUBLIC SALE him, a growth in the nose being i farming implements and household the trouble. With so much sickness, j goods, and other things too numerous Having decided to "go west, I will the doctor barely had time to change to mention. Terms made known on at my home, located about one half horses. Dr. Caldwell was called j day of sale. ( from Waynesburg to see Mr. A. T. j WILLIAM MOSER, mile of Hustonville, Ky., on Horton, who was in a critical condi- - 3 Admr F. F. Moser FEBRUARY 12th, 1916 beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property. My home GO TO- consisting of about 20 acres of land in a high state of cultivation; about 12 acres of grass; old fashioned house of six rooms, hall, etc; well watered, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, two lasting springs; new tobacco good barn; 1 mule, 8 years old, a one; 2 mules, 4 years old, good workers; 2 mules, 7 years old, well broke and good workers; 1 mule, 1 year old Try a Gallon of that Open Kettle New Orleans Mo 1 horse, 4 years old, by Dignity Dare, lasses and a Box of Aunt 'Jemima's Pancake Flour a good driver; 2 good milk cows. harness, plows, Farming implements, Phoue No. 168. etc.; household and kitchen furniture also the following: 1 range, good as new; 1 leather top buggy in good" shane: 1 pair 2 year old mules, have been worked; 1 Dnroc boar, subject to register, 16 thoroughbred Duroc sows, bred to farrow the last of February;. 1 disc harrow. This is a rare opportunity to buy a good home, located near a live town, with good graded schools. Getting Started Prepare for Winter Is JOHN SPEARS, Hustonville, Ky. J 8--- T. D. NEWLAND'S FRESH GROCERIES More Cold Weather COMING Jut It by Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. 1 t ,Xhevaboye plow can be attached to 'any .steel beam plow. 3c at Yard H.-BAUGHMAN 14c Delivered W. H. Higgins, Stanford GEORGE H. FARRIS. i-- J. & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY - a' ' -- 7 jt. Jtf