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Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, February CANDIDATES ARE LIMITED SUIT FOR $20,000 DAMAGES Filed by Mrs. E. C. Eubanks Against i? Miss Terah Moore. r, Jf Journal 1 .,dV ,tV tf , r At MISSION , 1916. Tuesdays and Fridays ICE PLANT FOR MORELAND A SURE GO Woman's Club Makes Sufficient Advance Ticket Sale Bryan on the" Program. The advance sale of tickets having been sufficiently numerous, the ladies of the Stanford Woman's Club tit a meeting Monday afternoon contracted with the Alkahest Lyceum Bureau of Atlanta, Ga., to put on a. six-da- v program here this summer. Mr. Sewell, representing the bureau. was here and met with the lames. The cost of the week's entertainment will be about $750 and not $350 as was intimated last week and the good women have been working like beavers to engage enough tickets to guarantee the sum that will be required. They have sold 300 tickets, it is understood, and hope to be able to dispose of the remaining 75 necessary before the Chautauqua is held. A tentative program has been drafted for the Chautauqua here which is very attractive, one of the chief features being William Jennings Bryan or Vice President Thomas S. Marshall for a lecture. Either will undoubtedly draw a big crowd, froml this and surrounding communities. The tentative draft of the program Is as follows: Monday L. A. C. Orchestra (10 singers) ; Ralph Parlette in a humorous lecture. Tuesday Beasley Sisters, entertainers and singers; Alton Packard, cartoonist. Mayo Crittenden Wednesday William Jennings Bryan Quartette; or Vice President Marshall. Neapolitan Orchestra Thursday with two soloists; Judge Alden. Friday Judge Miller, oSpokane, Wash.; Hampton Court Players, singers and entertainers. Saturday Milo, Picco and Com-. West End Hustlers Plan to Supply A Big Territory . "T LANCASTER SAFE BLOWER CAUGHT GOES ON IMPORTANT W, H. Wearea Represents Millers Before Congressional Committee pany. CHURCH NOTES. Presbyterian church: Mid-WeService, Wednesday evening at seven o'clock. "Abraham, rthe Pried o Cod." Rev. C. H. Greer will be at the Methodist church next Sunday to conduct the second Quarterly meeting. Preaching at the usual hours, morning and evening; communion service will follow the morning sermon. Quarterly Conference at 2:30 Sunday afternoon. The C. W.B. M. will meet in the lecture room of the Christian church Wednesday afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock. ek BRIGHT DEAD. Bright, a hard working darAlfred r, key, living' on the farm of James of pneumonia and died' Sunday was buried Monday afternoon. He was about 35 years old and left a family. ALFRED Go-ve-- Waynesburg Rev. J. L. Dotson, district evangelist, will begin a series of meetings liere Sunday, January 31st. Rev. E. W. Coakley, of Nicholas-villhas been calledNas pastor of e, the Baptist church here, this year. - Miss Corine Florence is very ill J this writing. Little Alma Reynolds has a severe cold and sore throat. There are several cases of colds and grip in the community. Mr. W. P. Warriner came home from New Castle Sunday, with a very sore shoulder, the result, of a fall on ice. Mrs. Lucinda Pitman had the misfortune jto fall on the ice last Sunday and hurt her arm very badly. She is rapidly recovering. Mrs. O. T. Caldwell is in Kingston, Tenn., taking a treatment under Dr. J. S. Anderson. Mrs. Hardin Claunch is very ill. Miss Lelia Richardson," of Ttates-vill- e, is attending school here. Mr. M. F. Tolliver has rented the store-rooof the K. O. T. M. hall put in a stock of goods in and will m at a short while. YOU WILL GET A LETTER your subscripwithin a few days to the I. J. has expired, notifytion ing you of that important fact. The I. J. is $1.50 a year where subscriptions are not paid in advance for a year, but is still $1 where a year's subscription is paid ahead1. The I. J. "hopes every subscriber on its list will renew promptly at the $1 rate; it does not desire to send the paper to anyone who does not want it, ani for that reason many whose subscriptions have expired will be taken from if the list, in the event a renewal is not received. Look on your label and see how you stand. Lexington Police Nab Yeggman Who L. F. Steele, of Hustonville, and In Amounts They May Spend For W. H. Wearen, of this city, secThe Lexington Herald last week Office in Corrupt Practice Act George B. Pruitt, of Moreland, two Is Believed to Have Done retary of the Central Kentucky Milcontained the following which is of of the West End's "livest wires," are lers' Association left Saturday evePassed by House. Job In Garrard. interest here as Mr. Eubanks is a planning an ice plant for Moreland. ning for Washington, D. C, to repprominent and highly esteemed young They propose a stocTc company and resent that body before the congresThe corrupt practices bill, which farmer of the Moreland section of A yeggman, who gave the. name of stock in it is already going rapidly. sional committee which has in charge in Ken- thishcounty, and his friends regret G. R. Grant, of Chattanooga, but-whThe two gentlemen will be heavy is designed to purify elections the Rainey bill which seeks to repeal passed through the House veryjmuch that such a situation has was identified as J. W. Rice, of the present inspection holders, but prefer to have a jiumber tucky was tax on adulweek. It is known arisen in his family affairs and hope Lexington, is believed beyond all terated flour. Mr. Wearen was seof people of the community interest- at Frankfort last as' an Administration measure, and veryjmuch that, matters will be ar- doubt to be the man "who jobbed the lected for this important, work at a ed, that the"y may have their has the approval of Gov. Stanley. A ranged so that harmony can be depot and , McRoberts' drug store at meeting of the millers of the Blue Mr. Steele, who is the chief peculiar feature of the act is that it the suit, which is Lancaster last Wednesday night, or Grass part of Kentucky at Lexing--' promoter, says he is confident that some offices The Lexington Her- early Thursday morning. The man ton last week. The present tax was the ice plant will pay an annual div- permits candidates for to fspend in winning the offices al-- . aldsaid: was arrested by officers while at- imposed, the millers declare, during" idend of from 10 to 15 per cent from most as much or more in one instance Mrs; ;Fanhie B. Eubanks, wife of tempting to rob the safe of the In- the Spanish-America- n war as a war the start. The field for operation is than the office is worth. The meas- E. ;JC. Eubanks, of Danville, dian Refining Company in Lexing- tax, and made the manufacture of certainly a most excellent one and as adopted fixes the maximum suit in the Fayette Circuit ton, and was caught right in the act. located right on a switch at More-- 1 ure adulterated with corn flour or amount of money that may be spent .Cout against Miss Terah Moore, of Because- - of the equipment found on flour known to starch the consumer. It land, shipping to all points North and' an office in by any candidate South would be an easy matter. There Kentucky, including for primary and 60Syre Avenue, this city,-- for dam- him, he was believed by the police provides also for the labelling of the age ifrtiie SUm of $20,000, charging to be an expert cracksman and one the product and licensing of millers is no ice plant between Danville and j general elections. The amounts fol- that; 'Miss Moore is responsible for , who had "pulled many jobs." who would make it. Their present Somerset and none in Casey. The , other state thej alienation of her husband's afFollowing a conference between agitation, they declare, is in the inproposition seems a most feasible one low: Governor, $20,000; officers, $10,000; Railroad Commis- fections; thereby causing him to Chief of Police Reagan, Chief of De- terest of honest, flour. Representative and it is not surprising that the stock sioner and Judge of the Court of Aptective Brown and Captain V. G. Rainey's bill, they say, would take settled aversion to her and is meeting with such ready sale. peals, $6,000; Circuit Judge and destroying permanently the Mullikin at Lexington, conclusive ev- the matter out of the hands of the sl Commonwealth's Attorney, $5,000; peace of mind of the plain- - idence that Rice blew the safe of the revenue" office and place it under the county officials in counties having ciLouisville & Nashville depot at Lan- pure food and drug department, and ties of the first class, $5,000; county caster and robbed McRoberts' drug would remove the penalty for the Quarterly services were held at official in counties having cities of MieerMoore last night emphatically store last week was obtained. Cap- manufacture of the mixture. Under the Methodist church Sunday. Rev. the second class, $4,000; county of- denied nail the charges made in the petition and said that E. C. Eubanks tain Mullikin was called to Lancaster the tax method of inspection the C. H. Greer, presiding elder of Danficials in counties having cities of the and with his bloodhounds tracked the government can inspect, mixed flour ville, preached. third class, $3,000; county officials in haq .never beea a visitor at her home Lancaster bandit for some distance, at all points. Under the Federal Mr. J. D. Gulley bought a new mod- all other counties, $2,000; Represen- andthat she had never in anyway but lost the trail in the railroad yards. ern cottage on Lexington street, of tatives, $700; Senator, $2,000; for doneanything that might give cause A sample of the soap, used to hold pure food law, the government's jurisdiction would stop at the State Hughes Bros., for $1,500. any other office, city, county, or dis- for'THch an action on the part of the "soup" in cracking the depot safe lines, and would cost, the State, it is Mrs.'Eubanks, who, Miss Moore saiij, was brought to Lexington by Captain Herod Raines, age 29 years, and trict, not mentioned, $1,000. declared, if the measure is repealed, is her first cousin. Miss Christine Stone, of the Mt. HeMullikin, and was identical with the at least $10,000 annually to see that The bill repeals the statute which Mies Moore, who formerly resided soap found on Rice when arrested bron sectioix of the county surprised requires two witnesses to convict for labelling is complied with in the in'jBoyle county, where she taught there. A watch and the "dope" out- the many friends by going to'Jel-lic- bribery in elections. their schoelji said that she moved away fit found on Rice were identified as home markets. Tenn., and getting united in Donations of campaign funds by frorajDanville to get away from her articles stolen from the Lancaster marriage. corporations or individuals to candi- relatives ROCKCASTLE BONDS VALID. there, coming to Lexington, drug store. The ticket agent at LanMr. George T. Mason, of Chicago, dates who hold positions requiring There was general rejoicing thru-oa former Lancastrian, was here for them to assess the property of the do- analresides at her home on Sayre caster told Chief Brown over the telRockcastle Saturday over the dethe celebration of the 90th birthday nors, and coercion by corporations of Avenue. Miss Moore says that she ephone that the description of Rice, of his revered mother, Mrs. Elizabeth their employees to vote for any can- beheves the cause of the suit grows tallied with that of a man who pur- cision given by Judge Bethurum in out some old trouble caused when chased a ticket for Lexington Thurs- the Circuit Court there that morning Mason. A most delightful course didate are made unlawful. David Moore, of Lincoln county, Mrs. day. A conductor for the Louisville declaring the road bond election held dinner was served for her at the home-- l to be valid. Suit was filed Amounts of money spent, by candi Eubank' s father, who was admini- & Nashville of her son, Mr. Wm. B. Mason. railroad also declared last April dates-mus- t be filed for publication 15 strator' of the estate of her father, shortly after the election by the The Chautauqua Circle met at the Rice to have been a passenger on his oad days before and 15 days after the failed to wind up the affairs of the faction to declare the election home of Mrs. Alex Walker, with Miss from Lancaster to Lexington. illegal. This movement has delayed election. A fine of not less than $100 estate satisfactorily and she was train Bettie Robinson, cuie of the teachers The cracksman who broke the denor more than $1,000 is fixed as a forced to employ an attorney. She pot gate construction more than half a in the graded school. The interestleft a finger print on a road Work will be xushed from now penalty for violating the act. year. says that she now believes that the piece of soap at the scene of his job ing subject discussed was "Women No mention is made in the act of lo- present action is caused through and this will be sent to the Lexing- on on the Dixie Highway and Boone in Industry and Commercialism." Way in Rockcastle. Mr. Ira J. Holtzclaw, a prosperous cal option, municipal bonds or con- jealousy and by the fact that Mrs. ton authorities for the comparison Eupanks was not remembered in the with the prints taken by Chief NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. young business man of this city, who stitutional amendment elections. wmSs'f-Miss Moors's; father and'.that .Brovn. .Rice,,, stoutly, denied that he is associated in the furniture business To Reimburse Cattle Owners! Walter Dalton has been appointed sne is now trying io ODtain Dy this had committed the Lancaster robwith his father, Mr. J. F. Holtzclaw, Favorable report will be made to postmaster at Zula, Wayne county, was united in marriage to Miss Ella the Senate by the Committee on Ap- suit some of the money she thought beries. James M. Eads. Thompson, of Boyle county. The propriations of the act providing for should have been left her in the Chief of Police J. J. Reagan, of to succeed Lebanon Junction has probably the Lexington, declared that he believed wedding occurred in Danville at the the reimbursement, of owners of cat- will. oldest city judge in Kentucky. He is' "of Dr. Eberhardt, who of- tle destroyed by legal residence Miss Moore says that she has been that within a week, the local officers W. H. Thomas, considerably over 90 authorities ficiated. The bride is the attractive during the foot and mouth disease" friendly with the Eubanks family, but would learn that Rice was wanted in years old. daughter of Mr. Andrew Thompson, epidemic. The Committee consider- that Mr. Eubanks was never in her many other cities. The federal court at Louisville heTd Ticket Agent Patterson of Lancasof Boyle and has been a frequent ed the bill and heard Dr. A. J. Payne, .home except during her father's last that the Western Union has a right visitor of Lancaster relatives. of the United States Bureau of An- illness', when he came to be with him, ter went to Lexington with the con- to keep its poles along the right of Much sympathy is felt for Mrs. imal Industry, and Dr. S. F. Mussel-jnabut at the time her uncle, David ductor on the train upon which Rice way of the L. & N. railroad. Henry Simpson, who mourns the State Veterinarian, describe Young, of Lexington, was also in the rode from Lancaster. Mr. Patterson At Lebanon, Tenn., Charles Walidentified Rice as the man who bought death of her devoted mother, Mrs.-W- . the necessity of destroying animals house on the same mission. years him lace, thrice married and 80 S. Young. The deceased was 72 affected with the disease. About Andrew S. Moore and, John W. a ticket for Lexington from old, ran off and married Miss Julia years old and died at the home of $68,000 will be needed to settle the Rawlings are attorneys for Mrs. Eu- Thursday. The conductor stated that Harvey, just 18. The irate parent! her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Richardson claims in this State and already this banks. Miss Moore said last night Rice came to Lexington on his train gave hot pursuit and overtook then in Lexington, after several weeks' amount has been paid out by the that she had referred the matter to that morning from Lancaster. A just after the knot was tied. illness of pneumonia. Federal Government which agreed to her attorney, Henry Jackson, of Dan- sample of soap used in cracking the Aaron Kohn, one of the most, fadepot safe was declared to be idenMr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Hasel-de- stand fifty per cent of the loss. ville". mous lawyers of Kentucky, died sudtical with the large lump in the kit. Elder and Mrs. F. M. Tinder mo- Fourteen States have settled their denly at his home in Louisville, SatThe syring and "dope" pellets found tored to Lexington Thursday. claims and Kentucky and Maryland MASONIC BANQUET. urday night. Mr. Kohn was distinin the kit in possession of Rice when Miss Jennie Ward, of this place, are expected to make appropriations lawyer, and is The Hustonville Masons will enjoy by the de- guished as a criminal and a daughter of Mr. "and Mrs. Mil- this year. banquet in Masonic Hall there on arrested were identified 399 men chargto a defended tectives as sfolen from McRoberts' said have ton Ward, and Mr. Richard CulberTwo meausures affecting the De- Wednesday night. A general good ed with murder and to have saved evdrug store in Lancaster. Chief son Henry, of Richmond, were united partment of Agriculture were intro- time is looked forward to. eryone of them from the gallows. He Brown stated that Rice has. never dein marriage at the home of the duced by Senator Zimmerman. One was a Jew, a Democrat, a Mason, and nied complicity in. the robberies men- prominent in all civic and other pubbride's grandmother, Mrs. C. H. Ward provides for the repeal of the stationed, but when pressed with the of Jonesville, Va., the Rev. E. N. tute in regard to commercial fertilic ffairs of Louisville. His mother accusation stated, "Well, chief, you Woodward, performing the ceremony. lizer, reducing the fee from 50c to The Death Angel visited the home was born in Germany and his father" The groom is a prosperous farmer 25c per ton, and transferring the of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith and caught me with the goods on in this in Russia. Refining Company affair, so why worof Madison county. enforcement of the law from the Ex- carried away their infant son. ry about any others?" Mr. Robert Hulette a former book- periment Station to the State Board Mrs. Harrison Payne, of near Has Used Chamberlain's Cough Remkeeper at Hselden Bros., hardware of Agriculture. The other amends Beech Grove, is improving rapidly edy for 20 Years. PROMINENT WOMAN DEAD. store and Miss Annie Louise Mann the statutes by "making it the duty we are glad to state. Mrs. Martha Pollard, wife of S. "Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy has were united in marriage at Hotel of the Commissioner of Agriculture Mr. Charlie Payne is at the bedH. Pollard, died at her home in Lex- been used in my household for the Harod by Dr. J. G. Hunter in the city to enforce the act relating to the side of his mother. ington of pneumonia a few days past twenty years. I began giving of Harrodsburg. Mrs. Jennie Elam visited her son, State Board of Agriculture in collectBesides her husband she is it to my children when they were since. Mrs. Dukie Lee, aged 60 years, died ing fees for commercial feeds. near Crab Orchard. survived by five children. Deceased small. As a quick relief for croup, at her home in the Poor Ridge secMrs. Frank Likens has been the Wants to Raise Salaries. who was 72 years old and a most whooping cough, and ordinary colds tion of Garrard, after a. lingering guest of her sister, who has been ill. excellent Christian woman, was a sis- it has no equal. Being free from Senator Stricklett introduced a illness of cancer. She leaves a daughMiss Jennie Smith visited her ter of Mr. F. M. Ware, of McKin-ne- opium and other harmful . drugs, I ter, Miss Annie Lee, and two sons. bill to increase the salary of the friend, Miss Bertha Davis. and Mrs. Josiah Bishop, of Hus- never felt afraid to give it to the The Woman's Club met in the Commissioner of Agriculture from Mr. John Will Griffin visited his tonville. The other surviving broth- children. I have recommended it to club rooms Friday afternoon with $2,500 annually to $4,000 annually, aunt, Mrs. Will Davis. ers and sisters are: Mrs. Perkins a large number of friends and neighand create the office of Assistant Miss Nancy Walker, acting as leadMr. Firifey Ballard and family er. The subject for discussion was Commissioner at a salary of $2,500 spent the day with Mrs. Tom Stigall Gragg, of Somerset, Mrs. Brent bors, who have used it and Speak Gragg, of Sacramento, Cal., J. F. highly of it," writes Mrs. Mary "Beautiful Buildings of America." annually. last Sunday. Ware, of Boyle county, J. H. Ware, Minke, Shortsville, N. Y. ObtainA bill to repeal the charter of the "Mutuality Between Architect and Mr. J. R. Cook went to Kirksville of Indianapolis, W. W. Ware, of able everywhere. town of Dunnville, in Casey county, Mural Painter." to see his sister. Paris, 111., and Mrs. "Lizzie Dutton, of Master James Beatty Denny, the has received favorable consideration Mrs. Andy Ledford was called, to Lexington. The burial occurred in DAVE PEYTON DOING NICELY. interesting little son of Dr. and Mrs. from the committee to which it was the bedside of his sick nephew. D. H. C. Payton, who bought out the Lexington Cemetery. Dunnville -- very probably M. K. Denny, celebrated his 6th referred. Mr. Will Peddie was calling, on Coulter White's meat business at birthday by being given an elegant has gone back into the village class. a lady friend Sunday. Moreland, is doing an excellent busiBOUGHT AUTO TRUCK. dinner at the "home of his parents. Our Sunday school is progressing "M. Merriman, the hustling- proness and is supplying that end of W. Attorney Green Clay Walker and Jennings Maupin related to many nicely at Beech Grove. duce man of Moreland, has placed an Lincoln with the tenderest, juiciest Mrs. Walker have returned from a Lincoln county people,, has announcMiss Grace Martin was the recent order for a big auto truck with which meat ever. bridal trip to Cincinnati and Pom-ro- ed as a candidate for the democratic guest of Miss Janie .Smith. he will scour the country for anyOhio. nomination for county clerk in MadMr. Sam Smith has been the gu,est thing in his line. He says that comA VERY SPECIAL OFFER . - The study class of the B. M. ison county. CW. of his sister, Mrs. Nannie Smith. Until March 1st, the I. J. can furpetition forced him to buy the maAuxilliary- met with Mrs. T. Johnson Mrs. Rachel Stevens visited her chine. nish the Louisville Evening Post, Price this afternoon. The course of How Mrs. Davis Got 'Rid. of 'a Bad sister, Miss Jennie Smith. daily, the Home and Farm, both one study is of much interest and is "Miss Anna Elam visited her cou- Do You Find Fault With Everybody? year, a beautiful 1916 calendar, and . Cough. "Forty Years of Service" by Mrs. "Some time ago I had a very bad sin ,Miss Virgie Payne last week. g disposi- the I. J. one year, all for $3.25 a An irritable, Ida W. Harrison, of Lexington. Each cough" writes Lewis T. Davis, Black- tion is often due to a' disordered year. If you are alreadys a subscribleader of the assemblage serves a .water, Del. "My brother McCabe CARD OF THANKS stomach. A man with good digestion er to the I. J., your subscription will month, Mrs. H. Clay Kauffman hay- Davis gave me a small bottle of To those friends and neighbors is nearly always good natured. A ing acted in that capacity the past Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Af- who were so kind to our dear wife great many have been permanently Constipation. month. ter taking this I bought half a doz- and mother in her recent fatal ill benefitted by Chamberlain's Tablets .When costive or troubled with con Miss Sarah Spencer, assistant mu en bottles of it but only used one ness, to .express our sincere after years of suffering. These tab- stipation take Chamberlain's Tablets. sic director at Sayre College, Lex- - j of them as the. cough left me and I thanks- and gratitude. May the Lord lets strengthen the stomach and en- They are easy to' take and most agreed .' mgton, was the week-en- d guest.. of. have not been troubled since." Ob- - ever- - bless them is our prayer. Jas able it to perform, nat- able . in 'effect. Obtainable every; Miss Elizabeth Gibbs. LI: Wilmot and children. tainable' everywhere. , urally. : ' Obtainable everywhere. where. . '" . o mention-ed,-jwrthdraw- n. yester-SayjTfile- d, happi-neaetaR- Lancaster tifp: o, -- ut of anti-r- n, n, Beech Grove . y, : - y, fault-findin- . - we-desi- re - " n's j r-- -- -- . fcj&yyfe'-- . L 'I .I5J.1--- J M' t ; hr -- r TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1916, WILL BE YOUR The Interior Journal; Stanford; Kentucky: Tuesday, February Drummers who come to Stanford all concede that it is one of the best towns of its size in the state, if not the best. They say they see more business going on here, have better .collections from Stanford and brightr ter prospects for future trade than in any town near its size. One told us the other day that several things about Stanford impressed him over and above all other towns anywhere near its population in the state.; one was Stanford's splendid new depot; another was the magnificent new courthouse; another was the general air of business prosperity noted among the business men and lack of the usual cry of "hard times" which is a chronic slogan in some ,commu-nitie- s, another was that Stanford has the best newspaper of any town its size in the state. To all of which we agreed with considerable unction. President Wilson has nominated Louis Brandeis, a prominent Boston lawyer but a native of Kentucky for the vacancy on the U. S. Supreme Court bench. Brendeis will .be the first Hebrew ever to hold such an exalted position in vthis country. 1 , 1916. Eat Without Fear Of Indigestion Or Sour Acid Stomach Instant Relief! 'Tape's Diapepsin" Ends Your Stomach Trouble Forever. ' 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 a Wonder what upset your stomach which portion of the food did the damage do you? Well, don't bother. If your stomach is in a revolt; you LANDIS' CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB. If you have not already become a member, think the matter over seriously. Ask those about it who have enrolled and who are . Don't fail to read the advertiseAnd you know they are better any- ment of the sale of John Spears on mile from the Liberty pike, one-ha- lf body's, in regulars, slims and stouts. town. Sale will be held on February 12. There will be a lot of good stock offered for sale. This will be an excellent opportunity to purchase some INCOLN Duroc, sows, sheep, cattle, mules, farming implements, and a world of every one. They are comfortably "Corner Next To Court House." other things. Don't forget the date quartered at the groom's home, west of town. February 12th. B. F. McKinley, of Ellisburg was Stanford, Kentucky. Albert Brown will have a sale of here Friday, making preparations for his personality at the Pruitt farm, west of here, on Thursday, Feb. 3. moving his household goods to Illinois, where he will go into business excellent-opportunit- y be quoted as standing sponsor for This will be an there. The Interior the bill to divide Pike into two coun- to get hold of a lot of stock, farming James Grubbs called off his sale ties, and thereby create a lot of new implements, and household and kitch- that was to have been held immediS. M. Saufley. .Publisher and expensive offices, and for a bill en furniture. James Allison, of Buck Creek, sold ately after the McKinley sale, on to increase a lot of salaries such as and delivered to JVlcCormack & Tuck- account of the illness of his wife, Worth $1 every where. 11.00 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Senator Stricklett, one of the Adminwe have you week, two fat hogs, weighing who was in the clutches of the grip. istration mainstays, introduced last er last T. L. Carpenter has returned from can get for 75c. Entered at the pottofiee at Stanford at tteond week, it will receive the hearty con- 500 pounds, at 5 2 cents a pound. Liberty, where he spent several days class mail matter Mrs. Carl Wheeler and son, of Lexdemnation of those who hoped for an be with his daughter, Mrs. Charles economical which ington, arrived here last week to Montgomery. When the Administration stands would really administration, have regard for the in- the guests at the Wheeler EmporiSanford Retherford is able to be behind such bills as the um for a couple of weeks. terests of the taxpayers. , out again after several days illness bill, the anti-pas- s corrupt bill, the Mrs. Walter Owsley was ill last with grip. practices bill and other such measThursday evening, but is out again. Edgar Reynolds of McKinneyr was ures it. deserves the commendation L. F. Steele, of Hustonville, and here Friday morning on business. Courier-Journof every good citizen. These are The said in con- George B. Pruitt, of Moreland, moMiss Kate Bogle arrived home from measures which should long ago have nection with the vote on the corrupt tored to Liberty last week in the inLexington Friday looking well and been enacted into law. But when practices bill that a feature was the terest of the proposed light andice the Administration permits itself to numasking of Frank C. Greene of the plant now under consideration, to be was glad to get bactc alive to HusCarroll-Gallati- n : STANFORD KENTUCKY district as an located at Moreland and soliciting tonville once more. Everyone was man and that Admin- stock for same. Judge W. M. Myers delighted to see her. Her little puMr.Wenf-And-Cu- Mt istration men were holding "aloof" and Less Eads accompanied them to pils are tickled to their toes to have her back and she gives them a most from him. We suspected at the time the. capital of Casey. hemp land -HADS TENtoAcres of M. Warren, for rent-Appthat Greene who has a habit of Jesse D. Wearen, the insurance cordial welcome as they call around CENT Ashby to see her every day Danville "talking out in meetin' regardless man of Stanford, was here Thursday tf We had a continuous rain all Fri(Advertsements in this column will street, Stanford, Ky. The Kew Flan Corn Cure That's as made a public declaration in the in the interest of his insurance busi- day evening and night. hereafter be 1 cent a word each inHouse that he was in favor of sub- ness and distributing his elegant calSore as the Rising Sun. sertion, but, no ad accepted for less I WANT to rent for 1916, 40 or 50 endars for 1916. Cash must accomthan 25 cents. "Glad to meat you!" says the razor mitting the question of state-wid- e to the corn. "I'll bleed for you!" says prohibition to a vote of the people, & Williams have installed an Mother, Don't Take acres of grass land. Must be well Riffe pany all ads for this column. Count the corn to the razor. Razors and the words you have in your adv., at watered. W. C. Shanks. Stanford. 7t corns love each other. Corns love, to that the zealous Administration heel- air compression pump and can quick Chances If Child's 1 cent each time the adv. is to apers would begin to "hold aloof" from ly put the air to your auto tires in pear in the paper, and send cash him. short- order. They are thinking of Tongue Is Coated with order.) FOR SALE. Nine pair of coming-twlater putting in a water attachment and mules; porfor cleaning of autos at their garage. If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, tion of'them broken. B. W. Leigh, PIAN.0. at a bargain. See E. C. Corn has made quite an advance The Woman's Club, deserves much Hustonville, Ky. 1 Walton." Clean Little Liver and credit for the successful campaign it on our market in the last few days. Bowels. son of Frank The little year-ol- d inaugurated to secure sufficient guarFOR SALE. 22 head of Coppage on the Middleburg pike, was CLOVER SEED. 14 bushels of antees toward ticket sales to warrant mules; have been worked; sevA laxative today saves a sick child good home grown clover seed for sale. contracting for a Chautauqua this badly bitten in the face by a vicious eral nice pairs in the bunch. C. C summer. If the old town's Commer- dog. The little fellow was playing tomorrow. Children simply will not Walter McKinney, Mt. Salem. Gover, R. F. D. 2, Lancaster. cial Club composed of the leading in the yard when the dog attacked take the time from play to empty FOR SALE. Pair of mules, commale citizens of the community was him. Dr. Childress was summoned their bowels, which become clogged W. H. Rigney, FOR SALE. Pure Barred Rock ing on to its job with half the zeal and and dressed the wounds, and thinks up with waste, liver gets sluggish, 65-Ky. Cockerels. Mrs. Morrison Bright,. phone Hustonville, vim that the goo(J women put into that if no complications setup, he stomach sour. Phone 46, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No, Iook at. the tongue, Mother! If will be in fair shape for recovery. everything they go into, there's no 2. J. A. Blain, Robert Eenzel, James coated or your child is listless, cross, telling just, what Stanford would do AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE 1914 Way, Did I Do It? Geta-- It "War. feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't model Overland; first class condition; in the next few years. And why not H. Grubbs attended the Republican lor Me After Talis If X Live:" meeting at Stanford last Thursday. eat heartily, full of cold or has sore Ford touring car; Ford runabout; Light-weigbo cut, picked, gouged, salved, plasdo it? LOST. overcoat; tered and jerked out. they grow Harry Jacobs, the monument man throat or any other children's ail- 1910 model Buick. If you want a dark in color, between McCormack's faster. Mr. and Mrs. realize it now, they use "Gets-It- " of Stanford, was here Thursday do- ment, give a teaspoonful of "Califor- good car cheap, see Hustonville Ga- church and Moreland; reward. I. instead it's the wonderful, simple corn-cuthat never fails. Stops 1 Wonder if the- Administration's ing some lettering for Will Bell, of nia Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, rage. Moreland. pain. You apply it in 2 secbecause it is perfectly harmless, and bill will be pass- Oklahoma. onds, it dries at once, the corn worthy Is doomed. Nothing to stick to the ed in time to catch the AdministraW. D. Nave, the miller, has been in a few hours all this constipation CLOSING OUT SALE. Having: FOR SALE. Two beautiful Mastocking or press on the corn. It hauling corn he recently purchased poison, sour bile and fermenting hogany Pianos, like new; fine tone; decided to look after my farming good-nigto plasters, salves, tion lobbyists who are said to be means diggers, razors and You There were 300 waste will gently move out of the bargains, $125 each, cash. Address interests, I will close outmy stock can wear smaller shoes. Your corns working night and day to divide Pike of W. C. Back. come right off, "clean as a whis,Mr. Nave bought it at bowels, and you have a well, playful B. Greenup, 617 S. 2nd street, Louis-vill- e, of goods in Hustonville at cost. B. will and create the new county of Stanley, barrels and tle." Never inflames healthy flesh. child again. A thorough "inside 8 W. Leigh, Hustonville. Ky. , The world's biggest selling corn cure. for the purpose, it is alleged by op- $3.00 per barrel. "Gets-It- " is sold by druggists every- ponents of the measure, to pay a lot Uncle Jessie Huston, out on the cleansing" is oftimes all that is where, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by It should be the first treatE. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. of political debts, please the big Wil- Stanford pike, is quite feeble ""again. HORSES AND MULES. Anyone-havinLAST chance to secure winter ha'ts given in any sickness. Sold in Stanford and recommend- liamson timber and mining interests He has been ill for most of the month. ment horses and mules for sale, enBeware of counterfeit syrups. Ask at prices which are practically giv- ter them in Dinwiddie & Carter's" ed as the world's best corn remedy, and create a lot of offces for their Marion Lipps of Danville,-wa- s here bottle of ing them away. You can't beat any- court day sale, February 14th by the Lincoln Pharmacy, formerly henchmen to fill? Wouldn't it be Saturday and Sunday with relatives your druggist for a "California Syrup of Figs," which has where the bargains we are offering Shugar's Drug Store. and returned Monday morning. & Carter's livery stable. funny if it did? StanAlbert Brown will hold a sale Feb. full 'directions for babies, children of now. Miss Ella May Saunders, tf plainly ford. 3rd, at the Pruitt farm on the Black all ages and for grown-up- s FOR SALE A few genuine buff" pike. He will offer for sale a lot printed on the bottle. Look carefully toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rhode IsBE sure and see Mary Pickford in land Red Cockerels for sale also. of stock, crops and farming imple- and see that it is made by the "Cal1 ifornia Fig Syrup Company." ments. "Cinderella" at the opera house on Mrs. R. H. Crow, Shelby City, or colFriday afternoon, February 4th, at Stanford, R. D., No. 2. Alfred Hocker, the tf 3 o'clock, givelT for the school chilored man of Junction City, was here TO THE PUBLIC. Saturday on business with the' city dren of Stanford and vicinity under WILL hold horse and mule sale ins I represent top largest and best the- auspices of the D. A. R. authorities. He makes his home in basement at Carter & Carter's barn-oclothing house in this City. such good Wd V. trice Monday, February 14, county Prepare for Junctionand was He was wilinga to do country experience in & Co., Chicago BLACKSMITH SHOP TOOLS. court day. For information see J. B. Winter Is Just Getting measuring and 111. worker always My as much as any man with two arms directing the making of your clothes, If not sold privately, we will offer Dinwiddie, Moreland; J. Nevin CarIt by Ordering Plenty of ' the advantage over one who publicly, Monday, February 14, at that it is to be hoped that lie will gives me practical ter, Stanford; Harry Carter Stantailor. If you will ts not a square, ford. soon ' return here. tf give me your order I wiil promise 2:00 p. m., on court house FOX RIDGE COAL Coal hauling was in progress, here you a .squaredeal. Tou will get the Stanford, Ky., the blacksmith shop ivorth of your money, either in the tools of Parsons & Preston. Lincoln Saturday. A BIG $2's WORTH, THIS. George Rout of Peyton's Well, was heapest grades or the. higher priced. County National Bank, Stanford, My FALL and WINTER line of Ky. here Saturday morning Here is an offer that simply can't amples are now ready for your The big, white and black setter you be beaten anywhere: The I. J. one Call and let me show you. vlZiiiB iAil9 see about town belongg to Jerry AdLOWNEY'S .famous candies can year, the Metropolitan magazine one I' C RUPLEY. the Practical Tailo' ams and he says if you see him at now be obtained at the Lincoln Phar- year, Farm and Home one'year and your back door, just feed him-al- itmacy, which is glad to announce that-i- t Woman's World one year, all for 1 3c Yard 14c Delivered tie and he will be back to see you can offer this celebrated and pop- $2. Send cash or check at once to " THEOLD RELIABLE" again. ular brand to its friends. A fresh I. J. for this great offer won't last Mr. Uriah Carter and Miss "L A. supply of assorted kinds, in boxest long and it certainly a bargain. tf Wade, of Ml. Salem were married at all 'times. Ttfo thing is nicer for here on Sunday, January 16.- "Missl friend. The Lincoln J?har-mac- y, your-ladSTANFORD, KENTUCKY Wade was "a former pupil at our grad formerly Shugar's Drug. Store,' Send In "That I . , AT YOUR DRUGGIST. 2 ed, school and was well known by Stanford., 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. V Hustonville L County HATIONALDANK. just ate has fermented into stubborn lumps; head dizzy and aches; belch gases and acids and eructate undigested food; breath foul, tongue coated just take a little Pape's Diapepsin and in five minutes you wonder what became of the indigestion and distress. Millions of men and women today know that it is needless to have a bad stomach. A little Diapepsin occasionally keeps this delicate organ regulated and they eat their favorite foods without fear. If your stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit without rebellion; if your food is a damage instead of a help, remember the quickest, surest, most harmless relief is Pape's Diapepsin which costs only fifty cents for a large case at drug stores. It's truly wonderful it digests food and sets things straight, so gently and easily that it is really astonishing. Please, for your sake, don't go on and on with a weak, disordered 1 stomach; it's so unnecessary. 9-- if sour, gassy and upset, and what Suit Of Underwear ? 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: Munsing Union Suits, than I 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. Journal Wright's Wool Fleeced, What 1-- anti-lobbyi- ng This Is Your Opportunity To Get Underwear Cheap. -- al McRoberts & Bailey -A- ere'sMr.'Gets-lt' -WORD ly 8-- - three-year-o- ld .. 6-- 9-- 4t 9-- 4t 6-- 4p four-year-ol- ds. Y, 6-- 4t p- ht "Went-and-Cut- -It re - 9-- 2t 9-- anti-lobbyi- ng ht toe-bundli- 3-- 9-- 4t nec-cessar- y. g 50-ce- nt r 9-t- d' 9-- More Cold Weather COMING -- 9-- one-arm- ed 1-- - made-to-ord- er Started " 7-- ffiffiinl 1 on-busin- ess. 8-- td at J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY ' M 8-- :emedyformen. . i" 9-- 'Dollar 4 j-- ,, - t ". , .. -- &j f 5. y" a ,T' . . - ' V.' ?- -- a- :r-- j -l- "A-P" ,"L - The Interior Journal. Stanford Kentucky: Tuesday, February t, 1916. BE SURE TO CONSULT OR WRITE THE Mrs. J. Fox Dudderar has been a grip sutterer. Mr. Yviiiiam Carson was in Hustonville bun day. Mrs. Mattie lNevius is on the sick list this weeK. , Miss Anna Martin, of Danville is visiting iier uncle, Mr. Ben Martin. Unver .fcJads, or Hustonville, was, .in town Monday on business. Mr. Allan McJSlroy, 01 Lebanon, was the guest of Mrs. Susan Meager -- caster Monday to visit relatives. Mrs. J. W. Acey visited relatives OFFICERS OF in Lancaster early in the week. G. H. Masters went up to London and East Bernstadt on business TuesHEALTH AND VIGOR NECESSIday. Miss Anna Floyd .and mother, of TATE REGULATION OF ORHustonville, were in town shopping GANS OF ELIMINATION Saturday. STANFORD, KY. Miss Lottie Westerfield, of. Parks-vill- e, Jsunday. was the guest of Mrs. Ed DaCharlie Pendleton and Miss Jose Skin foods and face creams and Before Opening Your Bank Account. phine iJeasley, were in Lancaster, vis. powders cannot mako a woman beauMrs. David Scott, Miss Ellen Scott calling on friends Sunday. beauty lies deeper ill at his and Ed Scott, of the Goshen. section, tiful, because W. H. Murphy has been than that it depends on health. In home on the nustonvilie pike for sev- have all been ill qfjgrip, but are improving. Mrs. Scott's illness was most cases the basis of health and eral days. the cause of sickness can be traced James Cooper and Ben Spalding considered serious for awhile. Mrs. W H. Worsham, of Corbin, to the action of the bowels. Hill, who attend Central University, The headache, the lassitude, the were with their home folks Saturday came early in the week to be with sallow skin, and the lusterless eyes her mother, Mrs. J. F. Gover. near on time deposits, and three per cent Interest on and Sunday. are usually caused by constipation. William Reinhart, Turnersville, who has been quite ill An ideal remedy for women, and Richard Arnold, Savings Accounts, and will 'Furnish you the and Ed and Arnold Brady were call- for some time. Mrs. C. E. Bower, of one that is especially suited to their ' ',' 2V Tw suchac-commodatio- ns money "to run your business, granting ing on some young lady tnends in this city, has been- - at her mother's delicate organisms, is found ih Dr. '. ?' mJW ;t?n '4.n' 'if bedside for the past week or so. Vx3 Hustonville Sunday. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, a mild laxas are consistent with "conserMrs. Gertrude Jordan. Mattie Mae Turner, 'little daughter ative compound, pleasant to the of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Turner, has Heard About Town taste and free from opiates and nar- now it is my family standby in all vative and progressive banking. been very ill lor the past several cotic drugs of evejy description. Mrs. cases where a laxative is needed." William Thompson, knowrf to his Gertrude Jordan, 522 North Liberdays. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold Miss Florence Dawes, of Highland, many friends at "Steamboat Bill," ty St., Indianapolis, Ind., says: "It in drug stores for fifty cents a botSAVING, LIKE SPENDING IS A HABIT formerly of Stanford and Lancaster, of Mfc. Vernon, is the guest of Mr. is simply fine; I have never been tle; a trial bottle can be obtained free able to find anything to compare of charge by writing to Dr. W. B. has accepted a position in the Hus- Logan Hughes. Always Brings Wealth Habit with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. I Caldwell, 454 Washington St., Mon- tonville phone exchange. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne and Fayette P. Wilkinson has taken a started using it for the baby and ticello, Illinois. daughter, Miss"Addie Smiley Bourne chair in his uncle Ed Wilkinson's spent Sunday with Mr. parlors here, succeeding H. H. of Lee Wilder is carrying his right ' town Monday on business. Mr. Moser Attorney W. Brown, of Personal and Social Vernon, wasJohn the city Monday.Mt. andGarrard, K. Warner. Brandenburg who has returned to arm in a sling as the result of a fall has recently taken the agency W. Mrs. in in hip Mrs. Howard Downey, of Ellis-bur- Lancaster to work for his uncle there. he sustained while working in the section for a cream separator Mrs. W. W. Hays and Miss Emma ana Social Calendar. Casey county, is the guest of tobacco barn belonging of Mr. A. T. plans to advertise it extensively and 2. The Sewing Club willtHavs spent Monday in Lancaster Feb. Hugh H. Logan, of Crab Orchard, Nunnelley. The member is badly cut to make an aggressive campaign her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen K. for meet with Miss Lyle Cooper at 2:30 with relatives was here Monday morning on his way and bruised but fortunately no bones business. Traylor. James Cooper, of Central Univer- tv m. Circuit Clerk Joe Burnside, of Gar- to Somerset to look after some busi- - are broken. Feb. 3. The Rook Club will meetsy Danville, was at home Saturday 1 4 Charlie Pendleton, while moving rard county, was over Sunday, the ness atiairs. He left a sale adver. -with Mrs. J. B. Paxton on Thursday ani aunaay. County Clerk George B. Cooper a pattern case at Severance's store guest of Lee Perkins and other tisement which will appear in these Mrs. .Dinnn i?oVi 3rd nt twn n'rlnp.k. night J. S. Rice returned Friday" friends. columns Friday. left Sunday morning for Martinsville, one day last week, had his neck badfrom a protracted visit to her , February 4. Mary Pickf ord, in Ind., to join his son, Edward Cooper, ly cut, when the case slipped. Had well known C. R. Coleman, the "Cinderella" at the opera house at 'mother, Mrs. Garnett, at Cave City. county 's S. G. Brown, who used to buy of Litchfield, 111., for a it not been for his collar the injury L. Wearen Hughes,, city passenger coal magnate of Cary, Bell 3 o'clock in a matinee performance sojourn at that health resort. The might have proven serious. & N. at Memphis, spent several days early in the week stock extensively around Eubank, has for the children, given under the aus- -' agent for the L. rented a nice farm six miles from junior Cooper is "setting 'em up" to the guest Sunday of his brother, with his family here. pices of the D. A. R. Mrs, W. U. Todd has returned from I Mrs. Lelia B. Cook leaves this Lawrenceburg in Anderson county, the trip. E. D. Pennington is holding j Logan R. Hughes. Franklin, Tenn., where she was with TUVe s v week for Raleigh, N. C, where she and will be located there this sea- - down the county clerk's office in Mr. nwelPTT nf T,nnTsvillp. is ' Dr. Tfavetto T)nnlan rA onr. P her grandmother, Mrs. Theresa PerCooper's absence. here with her sister, Mrs. J. B. Jones Richard Dunlap, of Danville, were in will make an extended visit to her son. He was in town Saturday with kins, in her final illness and death. Stanford Sunday. They were accom- - niece, Mrs. M. W. Tyree, who recent- Green Gooch. for a visit. Will Chappell, near Crab Orchard Mrs. Perkins was 80 years of age and Miss Mayme Singleton left Monday panied by Misses Laura Lindenberger ty lost ner nusoana. niora oawiraay to nave tne was a member of one of the most Col. Bedell Chancellor, one of Mrs. W. H. Myers and Miss Kate for Richmond to enter the Eastern and Katherine Bailey, of Shelby ff Irvt av-nJ ac4. spend- - ucoi iwiuwu turn musi pupuiar larm- - "' J. print some nice bills for his prominent families in that part of j county, relatives of the gentlemen. Warriner, of Hustonville, are State Normal School. father-in-laS. Broughton, who Tennessee. She leaves four children, ing a few days with Bowman Myers, ers in the Walnut Flat section of the will dispose J. of his property in the Mrs. McGavock, being Mrs. Todd's ' " who is making good at Transylvania county, is reported as having been ;. TT; quite ill with grip and possibly a East End. Mr. Broughton is now mother. iicAiiigiuii. univeiajt, T n,.;fnn in Florida, and after his sale, his Messrs. H. C Carpenter, William touch of pneumonia, for a week or Reports are creeping out that the family will joinjiim there. Mr. ChapGrimes and Dennis Spragens, and so. Western Union i soon to raise the pell and W. H. Elam, being his Misses Sallie Mills Craig, Ruth Dar-nol- d Mr. Broughton is located at salaries of its operators over the counHughes & McCarty, the hustling and Elizabeth Eldridge motored DelRay, Florida, and writes back try 10 per cent. This will be good over to Danville Saturday to see a local xeal estate men, bought a two-stothat the Sunshine State is a great news to Stewart Carson, of this city, - residence and brick, :; basket ball game. who is one of the cleverest and most of the blacksmith shop from' Mrs. .Willie country and he is greatly pleased accommodating men in the employ Miss Lucy Spoonamore,. with it. Hubble section entertained a few of Ann Price,' of Rowland, last week. 4 of this great telegraphic system and , din- This firm never overlooks a good her friends at a most delightful VELVET SMOKAROLS. One of the handsomest and one all of the patrons of the local office ner Tuesday. Those who were pres bargain, and bought this property as of the finest dogs ever seen in Stan- will pull for a raise for Stewart if it ent were: Mrs. A. P. Sloan and an investment. ford is a brought goes to anyone. "SMOKAROLING" is the latest fad. It gives the smoker a ready daughter, Miss Nannie Sloan, Mrs. home with her from Pittsburg by Miss made "pipeful" of clean, wholesome Velvet tobacco. Smokarols Sheriff J. G. Weatherford has been Nancy Yeager, and which answers to Swamp-R.GJohn Rankin, and Misses Lee and StODS . Nancy Rankin, Mrs. Thomas ill in his apartments in the Farris uig name ux smoked in any pipe having a good-size- d bowl, but the Smo-karcan be niiiiwu. j. lie tcuiuie is a Farris Fitzpatrick, L. P. Wea- building with grip, bordering on pure white and a splendid specimen Serious Backache pipe is the fad. ver, Bunk, David and Jack Spoona- pneumonia, his many friends will re- of its breed, and attracts attention Smokarols, 30 cents per drum When your back aches, and your more. All those who were present gret to know. Chief of Police B. D. l everywhere. It is said to have a ped- '' Smokarol Pipes, 25 cents each. . thoroughly enjoyed themselves and Carter, Jailer George DeBorde and igree as long as your armband is val- -, iaaaer anu Kiuneys seem xo oe ais-uthey were favored with one of the others are 'helping out Deputy Sherat $75. It, was a present to Miss , ordered' remember it is needless to i iff Dock Drye during the illness of Yeager from a lady friend of the suffer g to yur nearest drug store finest dinners ever given in that his popular chief. Smoky City where she spent the win- - ,and et a bottIe of Dn Kllmer,s iz is a pnysician s pre- ter with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and , swamp-noo-t. senpnon ior aiseases oi uie Kianeys D. Todd & Son, the hustling coun- Mrs. J. E. Johnston. and bladder. try merchants out on Rural Route years and S. Minister to Panama William U. No. 1, from Crab Orchard, have r It has stood the test of has a reputation for quickly and eftjust had some handsome stationery Jenhings Price, of Danville, who is at printed by the 1. J. Mr. Todd knows home on a short vacation, ws in fectively giving results in thousands I the value of a neatly printed letter Stanford a short time Saturday look- of cases. This prescription was used by Drv head and envelopes in business and ing after some legal matters. He was accompanied by former Circuit Kilmer in his private practice and' in demonstrating to the public that Clerk Graham Price, of Boyle, and a was so effective that it has been his firm is Mr. Walker. Minister Price is mak placed on sale everywhere. Get a L. F. Steele, the hustling manager ing one of the ablest representatives bottle, 50c, and $1.00, at your nearof the Hustonville Telephone and of this government at the co:rt of est druggist. However, if you wish first to test Electric light,, plants, was in Stan any foreign country, and each time he comes back to the "States" this great preparation send ten cents ford a while Monday morning on buhearty congratulations upon to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton. siness. He came down to have the the fine record he is making as a di- N. Y., for a sample bottle. When L L print his new directory which writing be sure and mention the will be issued the latter part of the plomatist. Interior Journal, Stanford week. Mr. Steele is on the job all Ira Moser, of Miiledgeville, was in Ky. 9,10,11,12 is making a success of the time and x his enterprises at Hustonville. Allen K. Traylor, Jr., has been ill for severaldays. Mrs. H. J. McRoberts went to Lan- THE Says Woman's Beauty Depends Upon Health First National Bank, They Will Pay You Three Per Cent. Interest sjii-s-i- A That ton-sori- al g, N two-week- - . ! ...! the.1 - - w, I The Newest Thing 'Neath The Sun sons-in-la- w. ry six-roo- m Spitz-Esquima- ux Ot Mc-Beat- ol h, ed PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford. Clothing Of Quality. K ifeSt' llpA. LWWl HI up-to-da- te. re-ceie- semi-- weekly y E P J rLNS-riX "" .. r H IWtl 3 K aarmmzm CLOTKES Ab A. B. Florence, mayor of Stanford and one of the best known young business men in this section, has opened up an office in the Lincoln County National Bank building, and will handle real estate. He issues his first announcement in today's paper, and will at other times advertise the properties which are listed with him, and will push sales for his patrons to the limit. . mxsim tm mmit .h Toilet Articles There's great satisfaction in using toilet goods - "THEGRIFFQN.'' to-bu- 7' : The aged Mr. J. M. Lovell, who is well known here, having visited his son C. W. Lovell frequently at his home on the Somerset pike, in the Saufley neighborhood, is quite ill at the home-o- f his daughter, Mrs. Silas Jones in Pulaski, county. Mr. Lovell is in his 88th year, so that he is hardly able tp stand a protracted illness. His son went down last week to be with him a while. Now is the time Clothes at a big-r-e-. ductioh, as our Spring Goods 'will be shipped early. We are compelled to make room. Remember the kind that hold their j ; shape. y up-to-the-min- that come from our store. In them you have the assurance of honest materials and pure chemicals. You couldn't get anything more worth while any where. " - Robinson's; ' 3 X Some of the nicest" stationery printed for a country merchant in some time has just vbeen turned out fine soaps for the complexion by the I. J. for J. M. Reynolds, proour display prietor of the merchandise emporium and bath scented waters, perfumes, cold creams, at Bee Lick. ' Mr. Reynolds is an cosmetics, manicure sets, lotionsr hair tonics, skin foods; live wire hustler and knows combs, brushes, sponges andxhe like. . that well printed" stationery which is the sort turned out by the I. J. givesa merchant's; andkbusiness man The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky, 1 a; islanding? an-hi- s dealings 'that can J J. W. ACEY, oe 'ODtamea in no omerwsy. Preirietor. I5r, W., N. CRAIG, .Fkamwkt t Come and See of all-rou- nd i V. 1 jr tf rte"" x I . . iS":; 'I--fx- 4-- f HC". -- - s 3 &( Ji JS. V i - jcx- - -- f& St:--- '3W- - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 1 , 1916. Descriptions of various Farms and other Real Estate in Lincoln County which are for sale will appear in this space from time to time. If you want to sell your farm or other property list with me. Terms Reasonable. WATCH THIS SPACE. OFFICE, Room No. 26, Lincoln County National Bank Building. Phone No. 15. A. B. FLORENCE, Genuine Oliver Plows Hyomei Stanford, Ky. MAXWELL. "THE LOGICAL VALUE IN A MOTOR CAR." Do you want the luxury the conve-- n nience the class and the quality of a high grade car without the extravagance of a heavy car or a car that is in the experimental stage? Then why buy a light car that hasn't these Here's Nature's Own Remedy For Catarrh Relieves Catarrh Without the Use' of Dangerous Middleburg of Dunnville, has announced as republican candidate for county a judge. As the election for county offices is nearly two years off, Squire Combest seems to be taking time by the forelock. Anyway he is an "early bird" and may catch the worm. Thomas Floyd, an old and respected citizen of the Mt. Olive section, died at the home of his son, J. M. Floyd Friday and was buried Saturday. Mr. Floyd was 85 years of age and the father of W. C. and James Floyd, of Lincoln county. The daily papers have failed to reveal the" abiding places of Senator Charles Montgomery and our representative, James Wall, at Frankfort, and some are inclined to the belief that they are sleeping in a straw-stack. It is said that Squire Leslie Com-bes- t, and Repairs W. E. PERKINS, - Crab Orchard Drugs. Not until Hymoei was discovered has it been possible to truthfully say that a real remedy for catarrh was known. Hyomei r " is an oil and its air is breathed through a small inhaler fur-nished with it for a few minutes four times a day, and during that time every particle of this Hyomei laden air taken into the air passages and lungs is impregnated with a powerful germ killing and health-givin- g -GO TO-antiseptic. Sprays and lotions often cause disorders of the respiratory tracts or bring on some other diseases and Court-Hous- e, never make a permanent cure of caThe epidemic of grip that prevailOpposite the But when the air of Hyomei ed here some weeks ago seems to tarrh. penetrates to the inmost air cells of have spent its force and the county the lungs and enters the blood with is now in a fairly healthy condition. the oxygen it not only kills the germs Jim Dunn, colored, commonly Try a Gallon of that Open Kettle New Orleans Mo in the throat and nose, but kills the known as "Jim Ted" and Bowman bacilli in the blood, freeing the Frederick, a Yosemite youth, were lasses and a Box of Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour membranes from poisonous tried in Judge Sharpe's court at LibPhoue No. 168. microbes and giving perfect health. erty last Monday, and fined $50 each A complete outfit is inexpensive for the part they took in a disturand includes an inhaler, dropper and bance here just before Christmas. Claude Weathers, of Bourbon, sufficient Hyomei for several weeks They had not the wherewith, and Farm and Stock News bought from D. S. Powell, in Wintreatment. went to jail to liquidate. chester Monday 5 head of oxen, at Penny's drug store has so much i The late board of supervisors raisW. H. Underwood sold to Jack 4 2 cents per pound, and 4 heifers faith in the merit of Hyomei that ed the greatest furore ever known at 5 2 cents per pound. they agree to return the money to before here. It seems that they went Spoonamorc a pair of coming Logan Bryan of North Middletown any purchaser who is not thoroughly after everyone whose property was mare mules for $250. W. T. Layson. of Shelbyville. re recently sold to a Montgomery coun- satisfied. not listed right up to what they ty breeder, two gilts for which he recently paid $425 for a pair of thought it should be. There is conceived, $70, and two sows to local mare mules. W. M. Matheny sold to Harye Poin- siderable., dissatisfaction 'and there The Duroc-Jerse- y boar, Model Se- buyers for which he received S80. ter eight shoats, averaging 70 pounds were strenuous efforts made in many lect, was recently purchased by Geo. j Senator R. L. Hubble bought 30 at 6 cents per pound. cases to have the raises taken off, Gawley of Irwin, la., for $500. yet learned acres of land for Tom Ashlock last Scott Bros., bought three mules but the writer has not Percy Barton, of Childress, Texas, week. The tract lies on the north how well they succeeded. Of course piece from R. E. 87 years old, is employed on a ranch side of Dix river and adjoinsr Logan last week at $100 a comments were in order and some McAlister, of Preachersville. and spends 12 hours a day in the Hubble's farm on the Lancaster pike. of them very amusing. One man Wednesday morning, the highly said saddle. that the board raised more farms An average of $505- - was made at McDonald & Goodnight, of Kemp-to- "the Percheron sale of Whitewater bred imported mare, Baronne pur- thSn there were farms in the counInd., recently sold 70 head of Falls Stock Farm, Towanda, Kansas. chased by J. N. Camden, at the New- ty. Another, that the price of farms Spotted Poland-China- s at an average Glacis topped the stallions, going at market sale in England less than two raised that are so poor that a quart months ago for 750 guineas, and of $49.38. $1,750. The top for mares was $910 which had just arrived at Hartland of "nigger whisky," and a bountiful Charles C. Withers has sold a lot for Medusa a that weigh- Stud, near Versailles, was found hay to Lancaster pro- ed a ton. of first-clas- s Small Farm For Side dead in a stall. "Heart, failure was duce dealers, receiving the market Mrs. Sam J. Embry shipped , 10 given as the cause of her death. price of about $14 per ton. My farm containing 62 2 acres Duluth, Minn., has a 'cow with a of farm land; 42 2 acres for corn; Harry Clay, of Bourbon, sold last Buff Orpington cockerels last week to Pence Bros., in the Marksbury sec- gross earning capacity of $1,000 an week to Caywood, Smith & McClin-toclocation of Garrard county, for which she nually for milk alone, with an addi 20 acres of grass. This farm is Crab of Paris, nine head of aged miles from ted one and a half mules for about $200 per head. The received $2 each. This about clean- tional $1,000 for her calf. She is Orchard, Ky., on the Crab Orchard ed out Mrs. Embry's stock of sur- Jean du Luth Beauty, owned by the mules were extra nice animals. plus birds from last year's breeding, Jean du Luth farms farms, at Du- and Lancaster pik&, It has a outMcCormack, Tucker and Eads, of i cottage and all necessary the West End, shipped to Cincinnati but she plans to raise them on a luth. During the year Beauty pro- buildings and a very desirable locaduced 20,280 pounds of milk, con- tion; has plenty of nice shade in the this morning a carload of hogs they larger scale than ever this season. W. B. Burton has been buying taining 891 pounds of butter fat. Huston-vill- e bought in Casey and around yard and is a well watered farm. This largely for the past week, having This record makes her champion Red farm is for sale privately and if not to 7c. at 5 l-David Dudderar, one of the most shipped from Lancaster a car load of Poll cow for a year or any fraction Isold privately it will be sold to the extensive growers of hemp in Gar- mules, 25 head in the consignment and has been beaten for milk by but highest bidder June 14, 191b, at the rard county, has lately sold a consid- going to a Southern firm that cost one Guernsey. residence on the farm. For any inPope & Robinson, of Garrard, re- formation regarding same address erable portion of his 1915 crop at him an average of $185 per head. He bought for this shipment a pair of ceived a car load of calves and year$10.37 2 per hundred. HUGH H. LOGAN hybrids from W. A. Sprag-en- s, lings from Letcher county Wednes- 10 Senator R. L. Hubble sold 6,100 Crab Orchard, Ky. of Casey for $300; a day, there being 53 head in the pounds of tobacco on the Danville brehks Monday that ran in price mule from W. N. Nave, and three bunch, which ran in weight from from Charles 150 pounds to 1,200 pounders, and PUBLIC SALE from 4 2 to 2G cents a pound, the mules, Gaines for $500. costing them from $15 to $60 per whole crop averaging '13 2 cents a Josh B. Jones, on the Knob Lick head according to grade and weight. pound. Having decided to go west, I will pike, has 500,000 pounds of hemp, They have sold some of the Letcher at my home, located about one half An alligator pear tree at Whitman, Cal., is insured for $30,000. which he believes he will receive near county cattle three head going to mile "of Hustonville, Ky., on Last year it bore 3,000 pears that 12 cents a pound for. He is expect- Ed and N. B. Price, one weighing 600 ' FEBRUARY 12th, 1916 were sold for 50 cents each. Buds ing some buyers here from 'Newark, pounds and the other two 800 pounds for starting new trees were sold by N. J., this week, and hopes to close a the larger bringing them $42.50, and beeihning at 10 o'clock a. m., sell to the owner for $1,500 during last sea- deal with them. He says that Con- the two smaller beeves $70 for the the highest and best bidder the fol son. The tree is at present in good gressman Harvey Helm put him in pair; they also disposed of five head lowing described property. My home health, and is carefully doctored and touch with these eastern buyers, and to Mr. Meadows at Hiattsville at $26 consisting of about 20 acres of land in a high state of cultivation; about tended to keep it in good condition. he is satisfied that he will be en- per head. abled to make a larger profit on his The corn market at Lancaster is 12 acres of grass; old fashioned house j crop thereby. jtnte of 01ifo.,Cltr f TtleJo. Lucas County, s. rather slow at present, the price being of six rooms, hall, etc; well watered, Frank J. Cheney maces oatU that he Is senior Center Brothers, of Garrard, ship- $3.75 per barrel, or 75c per bushel. two lasting springs; new tobacco ,iartuer or the firm of I J. Cheney & Co., do- tog business In the City of Toledo. County and ' ped a car load of hogs to Morgan Hay is quite active, both in the lo- barn; 1 mule, 8 years old, a .good Ptate aforesaid, and that said firm will pay ONK HUNDRED DOLLARS for Evans at Richmond, there being 119 the bum of cal market and for export. The Gar- one; 2 mules, 4 years oldgood workeach and every case of Catarrh that cannot be average weight head in the car, their cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. rard Milling Company has been buy- ers; 2 mules, 7 years old, well broke FRANK J. CHENEY. being around 150 pounds and .costing ing the provender for shipment, hav- and good workers; 1 mule, 1 year old Sworn to before me and subscribed In my them an average of 6 4 "cents per presence, this Cth day of December. A. D., 18S0. ing sent out several car loads to the 1 horse, 4 years old, by Dignity Dare, cows. pound. Of these 35 head were Southern buyers, also several large a good driver; 2 good-mi- lk A. W. OLEASON. SeaL Notary Public. bought from Jas. Thompson and John consignments to Eastern Kentucky, Farming implements, harness, plows, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taten Internally and lets directlr unon the blood and n sous sur Rigsby, at Preachersville, at from with still more to follow within the etc.; household and kitchen furniture faces of the system. Send for te.'monlals, $6 fo $6.35 per hundred; a bunch next fortnight. The price they re- also the following: 1 range, good as free. T. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. porkers from Joe Ham- ceive, for the dry provender is $14 new; 1 leather top buggy in good of Sold by ell Druggists, 7."c. monds cost them $6.75 per hundred. per ton on the car at that place. Mr. shape; 1 pair 2 year old mules, have Tamlly Pills for constipation. Take Hall's George A. Swinebroad bought sev- been worked; 1 Duroc boar, subject eral loads of timothy hay from Hud- to register, 16 thoroughbred Duroc son, Hughes and Company, of Lan- sows, bred to farrow the last of Febcaster, for something near $13 per ruary: 1 disc harrow. This is a W. H. HIGGINS: ton, Mr. Swinebroad having it de- rare opportunity to buy a good home, located near a live town, with good livered at his farm in Lincoln. I have tried the the Sub Soil graded schools. what I want. Attachments and they are JOHN SPEARS, Hustonville, Ky. advantages? The scientifically constructed light weight Maxwell is the answer at $655, F. O. B. Factory, including electric lighting and starting no extras to buy no risk to take. Non-Sto- p T. D. NEWLAND'S The 1916 Maxwell holds the World's Endurance Record THINK OF IT! You may own one of these cars on the de FRESH GROCERIES Plan mu-cuo- us H. C. CARPENTER, At Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY 1-- 1-- two-year-o- ld 9-- 11 I n, ! 1-- I 1-- k, six-roo- m they have taken to the woods near Mr. Dillon's farm. In spite of the stringency of the times, Middleburg appears to be doing a good business. Our merchants are kept busy waiting on their trade. H. C. McWhorters planing mill running full time. The grist mill week. reis going continually. The bank is Our grip patients have about covered and coughing and sneezing doing a paying business, and the is not as common as a few weeks two blacksmith shops are never out of work. Middleburg is a good town ago. Last week was so warm that Un- anyway. cle Milt Jones got out his fishing rig and made preparation for angling. PUBLIC SALE The price of flour is enjoying an upward tendency here at present, As administrator of my father, F. making biscuit less conspicuous and corndodgers more prominent than F. Moser, I will sell at public outcry formerly. at his late home on Gilbert's Creek Will Jones, whose school closed at 10 o'clock a. m. on at Lanham's last week, went to InSATURDAY, FEB. 5th, 1916 dianapolis Saturday to hunt a job. Miss Sallie Estes (Ballou) is in school the following described property: at Richmond taking a normal course. . I nice Jersey cow; 1 Jersey heifer; wagon; lot The road bonds are being discussed I aged mare; 1 farming implements' and household here somewhat and the question may get warmer as the days get longer. goods, and other things too numerous A pair- of ring necked pheasants to mention. Terms made known on turned loose on C. C. Dillon's farm day of sale. WILLIAM MOSER, near Liberty, are said to have raised 3 Admr F. F. Moser a flock of young, ones last year, and supply of high grade fertilizer would have to be used to raise a fuss on. Bash Cowan is proprietor of the barber shop here now. George Bastin, of Bastin Creek, got his arm broken while working on the railroad, near Ludlow last 8-- 2c 1-- We Buy Poultry And Eggs And pay the Highest Market Prices. Bring 'Em In. Also Your Old SCRAP IRON and RUBBER. 2t-F- -p 1-- 1-- I -- We alto Sell the Best Quality of 1 I I 1-- Rex Coal, Longest Burning. Just the thing for these cold days. -- 200-pou- nd . Northcott & Tudor. PHONE NO. 49. just THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, Will keep them both. J. C. M'Clary JliU, LILBURN GOOCH. The above plow can be attached to any steel beam plow. a At' j. L. Beazfey & Co., The ChattanoogaChilled Plow Use it on Trial; if hot Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. WSmKS Undertaker Office - W. H. Higgiiis, Stanford w i - Embalmer Undertaker -.- Embalmer Phone 167 Home Phone 35 Stanford, Kentucky. Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. i GEORGE H. FARRIS. I tsiicVJ-'"- - - r ,'