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LUNCHEON AND SMOKER IICKS GETS APPOINTMENT TOOK EXAMINATIONS To Boost Stanford To Be Given By Asi Rural Route Carrier In West End held examinations last week for I County'High School certificates, both to Succeed Grant North. Business Men Tuesday. of white and colored pupils. Those iwho took the examinations were: News has been received from the A luncheon or smoker is to be White list Lula Foley, Hustongiven at the Princess next Tuesday Wst End that Grant North, has re-- ville; Lillian Smiley, Hustonville; evening by the members of the Credit. sighed as carrier on Rural Route No. Harvey Hopson, Waynesburg, Jose Men's Association of Stanford with 2,?6ut of Hustonville, and that Roger phine Smith, Stanford; Byrd Boone, other business men of the city, the Hieks, has been recommended by Stanford; Pearl Boone, Stanford; Harvey Helm for appoint- Barbara Russell, Waynesburg; Eva purpose of which will be to bring the business men and interests of ment to the vacancy. Mr. North has Gover, McKinney; Earl V. Spoona-mor- e, beeSTjserviner the people on his route Stanford; W. E. Browning, Stanford into closer touch and apd has made .Stanford; Franklin Ashlock, Stan- Secretary Jay Howenstine, forfa of the association, is arranging the mafkj; warm friends in the ter: Carl Ashlock, Stanford; Eu- Sianford: Elizabeth affair, and av great deal of interest dujjmg that time. His successor is ' oneL'of the most popular young demo-crifl- gene Gooch, is being manifested. President Ham Severance will preside, and will in the West End of the county, Novell, Stanford ; Ida call for talks from members of the bejjig a son, of'Nathan Hicks, a prom-in'fii- t! Stanford; Hazel Gooch, Stanford; association. Among those he will farmer. Mr. Hicks was strong- - Edith Carter, Moreland. Colored- - List Virginia M. McAl-iste- r, call on and the subjects they will be lv&ndoresd for the position and the Stanford; Mabel Farmer, Stanasked to discuss are: apjeintment will be a very popular Con-grwsman Wil-senati- N SP$$?' Tuesdays and Fridays ANOTHER ROAD BOND ELECTION May Be Held in County If Petitions Circulating in West End HOT TIMES IN THE HOUSE When Representative Greene Charges Gov. Stanley Is Trying to Force Members to Obey His Wishes test is a coward." Speaker Duffy declared Representative Greene was out of order and directed him to sit down. Taking the floor again Representative Harvey declared "Governor Stanley had corralled Senators into his office to force them to stultify their consciences by voting for measures against the wishes of their constituents." Representative Pickett arose to a point of personal privilege. He was recognized and began to speak. Representative Harvey called attention to the fact that other members had not been permitted to speak to this point. The speaker allowed Repre- Pickett to proceed, who praised Governor Stanley and his ad ministration. Without mentioning any one by name, he condemned severely such "insui-gentswho seek to "disorganize" and "disrupt" the proceedings. "In the name of God, gentlemen, I ask you, let's drop this and get down to work," was his concluding plea for harmony. Representative Greene demanded that the names of the "disorganizers" be disclosed, but the Speaker ruled further debate out of order and made all the members take their seats. " The County Board of Examiners Get Enough Names. j News comes from th West End Developments in the legislature at that petitions are being circulated Frankfort this week have been rathfor another election in Lincoln couner interesting to an outsider. ty on the road bond question. It is Early in the week the bill to cresaid that the petitions ask for an numberearsj new county of Stanley was ate the election to be held on the question tabled in the senate by a margin of amount of bonds to iWBfcjUortjn, of voting to imi rove the roads all Administration one vote, after certain tile 5lKft.nnu leaders had exhausted every effort to Reports have it ntv. numer- "put it over." Charges then sprung over tne that the petitions are up in the House that some crooked ously signed, and it is believed thai attempted, and a republi work was sufficient, number of names will be seford; Bettie Wallace Palmer, Stano The Merchant's Credit Rating can senator, Robert Antle, of Rusford; Christine Pennman, Hubble; cured by court day, that the election W. H. Wearen. sell county, gave out a statement F. Logan, Stanford; Annie may be asked for, and called by the i Mattie Rules Governing a . Successful THIRTY PINTS OF UQQ2E that a prominent democratic leader May Stewart, stanioru; Mary J. County Court at its term on FebCredit Department E. J. Howenhad offered to guarantee .or post a Frye, Hustonville. ruary 14th. Reports from the West stine. Al1,500 forfeit that "Uncle Bill" ig. Man Caught Carryine It Into End say that many who were against Closer Between Redistrict, irr C. O. By the len, of the Clinton-Wayn- e the road bond proposition have come THE BOSS SKUNK KILLER. Wholesale tailer and Consumer. W. B. lit whose seat was being contested by SWi since they J. Rich Young, who lives on J. T. out strong for it now,conditions in S. C. Dobbs, democrat, would be have seen the fearful Consolidation J. C. McClary.Mshal W. B. Hamilton, of Crab Hammond's farm on the Danville which the highways have gotten durseated if Antle would vote to create Round Table, subject: Boosting Orchard, arrested a fellow with pike, made a record at skunk killing ts county of Stanley. Antle the new ing the winter weather. The petiStanford, led by S. M. Saufley. accept the covert bribe of booze as he stepped from the other night when he brought back tions are said to ask the calling of declined to Attendance at the luncheon will thestain there the other day. He home six of the varand the House unseated "Uncle Bill" the election as soon as possible after be limited to 40 plates, which it is ELECTRIC LIGHTS FOR C. O. mints. He "treed" one in a hole in the filing of same with the court, proferred deal, seizdthe suit case containing the and Antle told of the expected will be taken by the most wetl goods and told the youngster, the ground, which by a sleight-of-han- d which will be investigated. which would make the date about the progressive business men of Stanperformance he induced to leave first part Representative Frank C. Greene, Franchise to Be Sold .whoname the I. J. will not mention of April. It is said that and Plant In- ford. Plates- will be 50 cents each. fiow'J-'thhe must appear in court his hiding place and he shot it with those behind the movement in the of Carroll county, threw a bombshell Mr. Howenstine desires to know by He placed the West End have appealed to friends rifle. stalled Soon. at "ascertain time. He took French a into the House also when he declared Monday just who plan to be present. leavW same game five more times and each in other sections and has not been heard of on the floor of the house that Gov. of the county to sinc; In this connection it may not time brought down a polecat. There start and have similar petitions is trying to dictate to the Stanley Before many months come and go were four black and two white ones. signed from all over the county. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. be but of place to state that members of the house how they shall Crab Orchard people will be enjoyHe skinned them and sold the hides TTo nnpnlv stated that Stanley vnfo is giving entire ing the advantage of electric lights. The State Boar'l of Agriculture to W. B. Buchanan for $10. Pretty House to task Sale of the franchise for lighting the adopted resolutions protesting against as an officer. took a member of the BACK FROM WASHINGTON. The man arrested took a train good evening's work. for voting favorably toward the bills prosperous little city in the East End the Nichols Bill, which would diyert Secretary W. H. Wearen, of the Louisville Tuesday after which are designed to close the sa-- j of Lincoln is .advertised for March $30,000 from it to the Experiment Central Kentucky Millers Association on 7th. noon? and told the I. J. he took the MRS. BROWN DIES AT GENEVA. loons in Covington and Newport Cashier H. G. Skiles of the Station of the State University. Sunday. booae into Crab Orchard for a party Mrs. Eleanor Brown, the aged returned Thursday night Crab Orchard Banking Co., Maurice ington, D. C, where he diswith whonives there. Hickman, and A feature of the sensational n M. Perkins, J. Thomas Cherry, Sidmother of Charley Brown, a a congressional committe 800 hungry refugees to feed and maRepclosures in the house was that ney Duke and City Judge J. B. demcoratic worker of the of a measure in which ny to clothe, sent, another desperate resentative George L. Pickett, of were here Wednesday having COLV WALTON SELLS PRINTERY McKinney section, died at her home are interested, concernin Shelby county, in the debate on these Mr. K. S. Alcorn, Crab Orchard's at- appeal to Washington, the situation near. Geneva, below McKinney and inr o r tt iao r? fl -.. Col.i W. P. Walton has sold to A. F. Il questions, defended Gov., Stanley and torney, draw up the necessary papers last night being declared the worst"in was buried in the old Yocum grave- AL,B UX UUUHQmKU WU1. says that the outstanding aCture MoEtddenof Lexincton. his printing yard, 'where all her family are in- - en Administration. The Cincinnati for the sale. These gentlemen are the history of the city with",trivi( the 'IflBRirCthat city and turjyidslfis busi-fW- .terred.N The deceased was 77 years in" Washington at present is the Enquirer's Frankfort correspondent all members of Crab Orchard's Jhustj; outside relief reported as yetjL; ia displayed ia Presitr himiWhllerW of "age, and was the widow of Willard Witneset"ttre-trIal'-at,E-ebano-n wrote the following concerning the ling Commercial Club and ifcwas-te wen wnn nis printery, Brown, who died 39 years ago. She dent Wilson on the Preparedness is: -.. charges made that organization that the move for of the $24,666 claim of William M. ion Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 1. Charges electric light got its start. William Yowell for services alleged to have that line of work did not suit him was a life long member of the Bap- sue. He says that Washington is were made in the House of Represen Brown, an experienced electrician been rendered the late Miss Flora and he sold out in order to go into tist church. Four children survive, enthusiastic over the subject and tatives by Repreesntarive Gre?ne of and promoter of Pineville, has been Hood, declared that it was only sud- a more congenial business. He re- Mrs. Mealy Austin, Charley, Josh and that President Wilso-- i is undoubtedly the man of the hoijr at the nation's Carrollton, that Gov. Stanley railed there some weeks conferring with den death that prevented Miss Hood tained the right to resume the pub- Gabe Brown. Mr. capital as well as elsewhere. ofwhich s. member of the house into his the club members and the business from making Yowell the sole legatee lication of his Lexingtonian, Wearen received a cordial welcome he will likely do bevore many moons ACCEPTS POSITION IN SOUTH. fice and rebuked this member be- men and it is more than probable of her estate. from Congressman Harvey Helm and wax and wane. He is thinking of cause he had voted to take the Cov- that he will be a bidder for the Russell Brown, formerly of this other Kentuckians and had a most Two women and four men perish- making the paper a daily later in the ington and Newport Sunday closing city, will leave next week for Ashe-vill- e, pleasant stay. ed when the Canadian House of Par- year. bills out of the hands of the AlcoholN. C, where he has accepted a liament burned at Ottawa from a fire ic Liquor committee and put them position in a large bank. Mr. Brown DR. W. G. WHrTE IS NO MORE. said to have been caused from a DR. POWELL HERE SUNDAY. in the calendar. Representative TO AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS. and wife will be greatly missed both bomb. The Minister of Agriculture Gov. Stanley Harvey declared that Rev. W.D.Powell, Secretary of the Dr. W. G. White of the Richmond Warning is hereby given you that here and at Lancaster and their many had been corralling senators in, his Baptist State Board of Missions, will and a member of the House were Climax-Madisoin, died in LouisThe Speaker's driving over eight or ten miles an friends will wish them much success office .c induce them to vote as he preach at the Baptist, church here burned, not fatally. ville of apople:y Wednesday night hour in the city limits, will be pun- in their new location. For the past desired on measures. Sunday morning, for Dr. M. D. Early, wife jumped from a gallery into a ished by fines from $10 .to $100 for year or so Mr. Brown has held a aged 68. He Kad gone there to look These chares were preceded and the pastor, who is still confined to his life net into which she had thrown each offense. It is also against the position in the Garrard Bank & Trust after some bi siness affairs when the supplemented by denunciations of bed at the home of Dr. E. J. Brown. her two children. fatal illnesn came. .Deceased was city laws to fail to "honk" for cross- Company at Lancaster. Gov. Stanley equally as bitter. Lieut. Berg, commanding the Ger- ings and while turning. Thees laws Dr. Early is improving nicely, his twice man .ed. his last wne who prePickett defended Gov. friends are glad to know, but is not man prize crew on the former Britceded hiui to" 'the grave some four FlorCARD FROM MR. EUBANKS. Stanley by alluding to 'disorganiz-ers,- " able to get out yet. Dr. Powell who ish steamer Appam, insisted that his will be rigidly enforced. A. B. 10-years, I.e'ing a daughter of Hon. W. 2 ence, Mayor.' E. C. Eubanks send the I. J. the B. and preaches here is one of the most men should examine the mail and Sr ith at whose home the doctor following for publication: and ""politicians," who, he said, were prominent and best known Baptist baggage of the prisoners, who were restfjd. Dr. White is the last of his Moreland, Ky., Feb. 3, 1916 CHURCH NOTES. trying to disrupt the legislature. ministers in the South. He is head of being disembarked, but refrained rac i, his last brother, who was a Editqr of I. J.: In regard to "Evidently," said Representative all of the Baptist Mission and other when Collector Hamilton told him Rev. W. D. Powell, of Louisville, in State University, having Greene, "the gentleman from Shelby work in Kentucky, and is regarded Germany did not administer Ameri- will preach at the Baptist church alienation suit filed by my wife in dYed two years ago. He left no chilmeant to refer to me when he spoke as one of the big men of the denom- can customs laws. Passengers, Brit- Sunday morning for Dr. Early. Sun- Fayette county circuit court against dren "laid, if a blood relative surof disorganizes. In reply I want to ination in the nation. Undoubtedly ish prisoners and seamen were per- day school and other serviqes will be Miss Terah Moore, will say my wife vives, his closes friends can not remd not mentioned the matter to ay that it is A. O. Stanley, the gov- a large congregation will be out to mitted to land. call it. There witSsjiever a warmer- held at the usual hours. me. My first knowledge of the maternor of Kentucky, who is disrupting hear him. He will arrive here from President Wilson's advisers are Rev. C. H. Greer wiil be at the ter was a clipping from the Lexing- hearted, kinder man .thiftT'ITrrllifte and disorganizing the legislature Louisville on the 10:49 train Sun- confident his "preparedness" tour Methodist church next Sunday to con- ton Herald sent me by a friend sx and no man in his city was more not only in the house but in the sen- day morning. generally loved. He was as a has won the Middle West to his duct the second Quarterly meeting. Mt. Sterling. Respectfully, E. C. woman and as brave as mildias ate. It is Gov. Stanley who is trying Caesar; he views. Another tour, through the Preaching at the usual hours, morn- Eubanks. to frame and force legislation to car- - i DECLARED OF was generous to a fault and considUNSOUND MIND South or WestSouth or West or com ing and evening; communion service promises. I am ry out his erate of every one; he was a gentleAUGUST 23, 24, 25 CLAIMED. F. B. Freeman, who lives out on the bining both, and including Louisville, will iollow the morning sermon. still for the administration when it is man at all times and under all conis anticipated. The last formal Quarterly Conference at 2:30 Sunday right but, God helping me, I will nev- Lancaster pike, was declared of un- speech Lest they forget, the Interior Jour- ditions and, a friend in all the word was made in St. Louis, where afternoon. sound mind by County Judge James er be for it when it is wrong." nal wishes to remind the other fairs means. May his good deeds on earth 15,000- persons heard the President. Services at the Christian church, The storm broke when Representa- P. Bailey ' Tuesday afternoon. He He is now on his way to Washington. Sunday, Feb. 6: Sunday school at of this section that August 23, 24 and his love for his fellow man give tive Harvey arose to a point of per- was ordered to the Lexington Insane and 25 are the dates claimed by the him rich reward in the land beyond Public officials, after Jan. 1, next, 9:30; Preaching at 10:45 and 7:15; Knights of Pythias Fair of Stanford, the skies. sonal privilege and began to read a Asylum, and Cabbell Woods, who is E. C. W. newspaper article, which recited that a guard there, came over Wednesday will have to pay railroad fare the C. E. Meeting at. 6 :30. Don't forget and on these dates the greatest fair "some of the legislative 'bronchos' and took him back with him. Mr. same as anyone else, all doubt on that the Sunday School rally, we have set held " in Central Kentucky in years SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL CLOSED. seem to entirely oblivious of the fact Freeman was not brought to town score "being removed Thursday when our mark for 400. Come and help will be pulled off. Miss Mary Wilson, who recently that they are riding to a fall." The for his trial, but evidence was fur- the Kentucky House of Representa- us reach it. closed a successful term of school at PNEUMONIA PROVES FATAL story dealt with those members of nished by his physicians and neigh- tives by a vote of 77 to 17 passed in Services at the Presbyterian church Sunday, February 6: Morning sublegislature who have not been in bors who knew well of his mental a slightly amended form the the J. D. Stratton, aged 15 years, son the White Oak school house on the anti-paEve- of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Stratton, of Lancaster pike, stopped over here troubles. harmony with the administration in bill that passed ject, The Daring Call of Jesus. the Senate about a week ago. The ning subject, Why Jesus Used Sto the Blue Lick section, died at their for a few days' visit with Mrs. J. G. all of its measures. These members amendments were made at the re- ries in Teaching. Sunday school at home Tuesday after a short illness McBee and Miss Lucille Dudderar beit designated as "administration bait- MR. OAKS VERY LOW. quest of the authors, and there is 9:30 a. m.; C. E. Society at 6:30 p. of pneumonia. The parents have the fore returning to her Home on the ers," "insurgents," "bronchos" and News from the bedside of Thomas nnt. a rlmih , m.; Topic: Fidelity iiQf ti,Q "bad actors." and Force. Matt. sympathy of many friends in their Crab Orchard pike. There were only forty-eigpupils in the census reJ. Oaks, who was injured in an auto amended by the House, will again 25:31-4Speaker Duffy insisted that Repbereavement. The lad was laid to port, but Miss Wilson's daily average accident here about ten days ago, is I pass the Senate. It will then go to resentative Harvey stop reading afUnder the heading "Splendid Dis- rest in the Campbell burying ground. attendance was twenty-seveFour ter he had completed a couple of sen- that Mr. Oaks has been failing rap- the Governor for his signature. course," the Danville Messenger said: pupils from this district are attendidly, and that scant hopes are held tences. "All who. heard the sermon preached CHICKEN THIEVES AT WORK ing the Graded and High School. Representative Greene entered the out for his recovery. Mr. Oaks is in the Christian church Sunday Chicken thieves made a big haul TAKE NOTICE. discussion at this point, declaring that about 77 years of age, and very fee morning by the Rev. Mr. Walker, of from the Northcott & Tudor poultry The City Council will meet in the CARD OF THANKS every member of the House had as ble before the accident so that he was Mayor's office, Room 26, Lincoln Stanford, were delighted with his re- yards Wednesday night- - Mr. Tuscarcely able to sustain the shock and We wish to thank our neighbors much right to the floor as the Speakinjuries combined. His family are County National Bank Building, un- marks. Mr. Walker is well known dor missed about 30 the next morn- and friends who were so kind and er on a point of personal privilege. and has many friends in Danville, and ing and an investigation showed that "This article is an insult to every with him constantly arid he is being til further notice, the old City Hall is always listened to by a large con entrance had been effected by cutting thoughtful of us during our recent being uncomfortable and undesirable. illness and bereavement. Mrs. Da member here," said Representative given every atteution possible. gregation." the poultry wire. A. B. Florence, Mayor. 10-- 2 vid Scott and family. Greene. "It says that unless they Action Natural. obey -of A. O. Stanley they After Lagrippe What? What Children Need Now. Now Feel Entirely Well: will get theirs. S. Meehan, P. This May Interest You. Hancock, Mich., G. Prevo, Bedford, Ind., writes: F. In spite of the best care mothers' "A member of the House was call- writes: "I have given Foley Cathartic A. H. Francis, Zenith, Kas., writes: 'An attack of lagrippe left me with can give them this weather brings If you suffer with pains in your ed before the Governor and taken Tablets trial and can pos "I had a severe pain in my back and a severe cold. I tried everything. I sickness to many children. Mrs. T. back or side, stiff and sore muscles "" to task for daring to vote yesterday itively state they are the best laxa- - could hardly move T took about two got so thin it looked as if I never Neureuer, Eau Claire, Wis., writes: or joints, or rheumatic aches, or have to gekthose bills out of the hands of five I ever used. Their action is nat- - thirds nf n KOo hnv nf T?ir v,Ar,a-,- r would get well. Finally, two bottles "Foley's Honey and Tar cured my symptoms of kidney trouble such as the Alcoholic Liquors Committee. ural, no pain or griping, and they, Pills and now feel entirely well." of Foley's Honey and Tar cured me. boy of a severe attack of croup after puffy swellings under the eyes or "Does a man have to be scourged clean the system in fine shape." Stout Middle-age- d and older men and wo- - I am now well and back to my nor- other remedies had failed. It is a sleep disturbing bladder ailments, off the floor of this House because persons say the buoyant, free feeU men find these safe Bills relieve sleeD mal weight." , A reliable remedy for wonderful remedy for coughs, colds you should know that Foley Kidney he will not bow his neck to A. O. ing they bring is a blessing. Sold disturbing hladdor niimnfc' sma rcougns, cows ana croun. croup and whooping cough." It stops Pills have benefitted thousands in like oia Stanley? A man who will not pro- - everywhere. , "- everywhere. ery where. ldgrippe coughs. Sold everywhere. condition. Sold everywhere. ve &s -on Mc-Kinn- - thir-tyfpin- bad-smelli- ng -- - at 22-calib- re flood-strick- en well-know- Co-ru- mmmm KRfWVi . T 4. r- v3 ich h nas-uon- ni Rep-resentativ- ee pro-fjeas- or ! pre-electi- - Strick-lett-Pick- ett ss -- ana ht 6. n. tke-wder- s 1 -- : l x & j Mr .- - & Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanfdrd,JfCentucky: Friday, February 4, 1916. Farm and Stock News Owing to the small amount of tobacco coming to the Maysville market, two warehouses belonging to the Maysville Tobacco Society closed down at Maysville, Saturday night, throwing twenty people out of employment. The houses closed for the balance of the season are the Planters' and Independent. This Iwivps six loose leaf tobacco warehouses doing business at Maysville. A decrease of 9,000 in the number of horses in Kentucky as compared with a year ago, a decrease of 2,000 in mules, a decrease in sheep and an increase of 16,000 in milk cows, an increase of 27,000 in othc cattle, and a good incrase-iTr'nogs Real Estate For Sale The Following is a Partial List of Our Properties For Sale: 21 acres of good land in the corporate limits of a good town; 5 acres m grass balance in cultiva-Tt-n- i" Wide frontage on good street. No. 89. good tobacco and hemp farm; will sell as' a whole or will divide into two farms. Will price as a whole or make price on divide. No. 44. 234 acre rarm 1 2 miles from one of the best towns in central Kentucky and onlv 2 miles frnm good railroad station; right on pike and in graded school district; all in grass except 4 acres and about 170 acres being m blue grass sod; no better watered farm in the state; fencing 1-two-stor- fits your taste! Prince Albert Jo 92. - .?- - -- . ""st 5- NJ -r - good; has a large y frame residence, large barns, etc. This land will grow anything you put on it; it is an ideal sto'ck farm mofrmfit rr 1 jjflfliHl irurfflyr " Tmiiiii n n of esti- iiywu, spienaia community; j richest part of connljr-k0'- ' numbers and values of live lal'Jiifbf per acre: texapBIW -- trice $10 $ stock on farms on January, commled mis right. of Crop Estimates and No. 48 324 acres, 2 miles from by the Bureau Stanford on good pike; most of this just issued. J3U.U0. farm is in grass; besides the resiT inn acre farm two miles dence there is a good stock" and toMt. Moriah ' fencm Ilnmnlle. Ky., in the richest bacco barn, 36x80; cribs, etc; Rovle county. Two story ing good; and always an abundance f good stock of this After a long, cold snowy spell we frame dwelling of seven rooms, halls, andwater;graze is a cattle thanfarm will any are enjoying a few pretty days. more Good barn, crib, etc. and porches. Splendidly watered, cistern right at farm in this section; price right and Mr. Hubert Lewis and Miss Mineverlasting springs, terms easy. door, three nie Singleton surprised their many No. 80. 53 acres of land, one ponds, etc. All lays well and no waste land on it. rencing gooa. and a half story house of five rooms, friends by driving to Elder John Also 100 barrels corn, 50 bales of , porch and good cellar; one small Longs last Saturday and being united hay, 25 bales of oats, 18 cattle, Z stock barn and tobacco barn 60x30. in holy bonds of matrimony by that good mules, 7 shoats, 2 brood sows, All other necessary outbuildings; 35 is the pretty 3 colts, 1 brood mare, several turn- acres in grass and cultivation; fine gentleman. The bride daughter of Mrs. Aning plows, cultivators, 2 wheat drills, orchard of over 100 trees, peaches, and attractive riding cultivator, etc., everything in pears, apples, etc; well watered and nie Bastin and is one of Mt. Moriah's the way of tools that is necessary to fairly well fenced; a good home, well talented choir singers, and the groom run a farm too numerous to men- located, close to schools and in good is a son of Mr. Ben Lewis and is an tion. Will turn this place over to community. Price, only $1,200. purchaser and move out with houseNo. 82. 150 acres, small house, 7 industrious young farmer. Their hold goods. Price $14,000 one half acre tobacco barn; good orchard and many friends wish them a long, hapdown and balance to suit purchaser. vineyard; about 30 acres in grass, py and prosperous life. This is a chance of a life time to get and 15 or 20 acres in cultivation; Elder Bowling of East Bernstadt one of the best farms in central Ken- about 8,000 to 10,000 feet merhis tucky fully equipped and stocked. chantable timber on place; house is filled his regular appointment, but not as large as No. 86. 56 acres 1 2 miles from old; barn and fencing fairly good; congregation was house; good well watered, etc. Price only $1,800, usual on account of there being so good town; d down and bal- much grip in the community. terms easy, barn; large driveway and all neces- ance on long time. sary outbuildings; good orchard; Misses Oritha and Josie Warfield cottage, have been down with grip, but are No. 81. Nice two wells and pond; fencing good; large yard and good garden smsll buildings all new. Price $3,500. stock of groceries, hardware etc., much better at this writing, their frame with cheap rental contract on store- many friends will be glad to know. No. 89. 140 acres, - Ndwelling and porches; two barns; one room, barn and barn lots for four Mr. J. C. Bastin has been confined f4jgstiickza.nd the other a six-acyears. The store room, etc., is locat- to his room for a week or more with toHSpe,,wq3i ; criD, ouggy nouse, ed right at corner of yard. This place the pike best lo- rheumatism, his friends will be sorin atreiiiater good field; fencing and is rightinon'the county and the country ry to know. cation for a shape. Nice uildirigs iin store. Will sell for cash or trade. Mr. Burton Spires is also laid up Price $60.00 an acre. Terms No. 50. Two-storframe with grip. dwelling; two barns; place contains 1 Noflfl. Linnletta Springs. The acre of land; splendid garden, etc; Mr. Joe Wells and wife have gone main hoVl has 30 rooms and four in Stanford graded district. $2,000 to Indiana, where they will make room cotfcg'e in yard. The grounds. wouldn't put the improvements on their future home. ruiuiisti oi - auouc ien acres. J.nis this place; will sell or trade. Price Mr. Bailey Dawes hasgoe "3L D&: property hiS cost the owner from $1,500. '' ' troit hunting employment.' No. 52. 225-acr- e farm in Indinrst to last 'over ;ju,uuu. uu win Miss Mary Anna Boone is the atsell dirt cheap Ask us about this ana; about 45 miles north of Louisproperty. The srice "is so cheap you ville; about 90 acres in blue grass; a tractive guest of her brother and could afford to mve the buildings for splendid new tobacco barn, Mr. and Mrs. S. T: Boone, of large silo, residence and all sister, it and then mak, good money. No. 92. 175 farm in south- necessary outbuildings; place well Somerset. Miss Florence Dawes had a pleasern end of count ; in six fields; 90 watered and fenced; 1 2 miles from acres cleared and n cultivation and good town and right on pike; right ant visit with Lancaster friends the balance in timber In the cleared at. the intersection of two good turn- latter part of last week. land, 35 acres in pasture and 15 pikes; pike running full length of Mr. Albert Gerkey is visiting acres in timothy; 7 room frame dwel- two sides of the farm; some of the friends and relatives at Somerset. ling of two stories. Best dwelling in place bottom land. This is a splendid Mr. Jessie Floyd and bride have this end of count.;; tenant farm and has so much pike frontage house; barn 60x80; buggy house that it can be easily divided into sev- gone to housekeeping at Saufley. hen house, etc; good orchard; 8 nev- eral small farms. Will sell as a whole After a tussle with grip, Mr. Will er failing springs on place. All or divide. 200-acrDunaway is able to be on the hill e No. 56. farm; buildings and fencing in first class condition. Place rigTit on pike and residence, porches, etc; small new again. one mile from town nd H. R. sta- barn; also old barn and two old log Moving seems to be the order of tion. Price only $27..T 0 per acre. It houses on the place; two splendid or- the day in this part of the country. will pay you to investigate this prop- chards; good springs; well fenced and about 75 acres bottom land; erty. No. 78. A Fine Business Oppor- this place faces the road for about tunity. The famous McKimVy, Ken- a mile and t an be easily divide" into WHY YOU ARE NERVOUS tucky, Canning plant for saiv Main two or even three small farm.- Right The nervous system is the alarm system factory contains over 9,000 Vauare price and terms right. No. 61. One town lot right on of the human body. feet floor space; large engine room Main street, 80x270. Price In perfect health we hardly realize that $600; also dwelling:' aland when four other lots 60x138. Price $300 we have a network of nerves, butdeclinso on place; about $3,000 worth of health is ebbing, when strength is machinery and over $500v worth ? eacjLandjHie lot 90x100. Price $800. ing, the same jiervous system gives the cans on hand and about $150 wcvnh All of theselots"have concjote walks alarm in headaches, tiredness, dreamful d are wel! located. Best Luildiner of boxes. Capacity from 5$Mr'to 800 sleep, irritability and unless corrected, lot in town. bushels per day. Terffiatoes in this No. 64. 172 acres of splendid lc.ds straight to a breakdown. locality can be contracted for at 18 To correct nervousness, Scott's Emultz ZQrS&vte yvr Sushel. The best to- hemp and tobacco land; with base- sion is exactly what you should take; its. brick residence mato in the state is put on the marrich nutriment gets into the blood and pipsplendid while ket from this factory. Tr,is proper- ment; the same;barn with water silo; rich blood feeds the tiny nerve-cell- s large concrete ed ty must be sold right away to wind all In the whole system responds to its refresh' buildings in good repair. This is up the estate of former owner. Price force. It is free from alcohol. an A 1 farm. Price $20,000; terms ing tonic & Bowue. Bloomfield, N. J. Scott for all including brand and good easy. will is so low that it wouldn't begin dwellNo. 69. 74 .acres; to put buildings and machinery on ing; barn 40x60 and all necessary the place, to say nothing of vacant well watered and fenclot and dwelling. The former own- outbuildings;pike and only three miles " "j.f OLD REU J ed; right on er before his death easily cleared from Stanford. Price $6,000. One to $3,000 per annum. A half cash and easy terms on from $2,500 balance. golden' opportunity for some one. cottage; new No. 73. Three-rooany wholesaler in Louisville or Ask three stalls Lexington about this brand. Act stable containing storeroom on and corn quickly if you want it. It will not good crib; small door and never pike; failcistern afc be on the market long at this price. ing well in lot; 5 acres of ground; 1 AT YOUR DRUGGIST. J particulars, write or see all buildings and fencing in good For full Hughes & McCarty, Stanford. condition. Place well located and in No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of good community. Price $1,750. 42 acres right on pike; has No. 75. 140-acfarm; two cot house, barn, etc; place well watered tages; one 4 rooms; the other three and fenced; for a quick sale, $70 rooms; ten-acr- e tobacco barn; 50 per acre and easy terms. This is good acres v cleared; balance in timber; strong soil and worth more money never failing springs; close to good but must be sold. town; churches and school. Price $25 2 No. 28. 100-acper acre. farm, 4 No. 38. Two storerooms in the miles from Stanford on good pike, splendid community and no better heart of Stanford. Best location in residence, town and both are always rented. soil in the county; MoreWomi-Mor- m ten- These rooms are a splendid investhalls, porches, etc. Two-rooK- - LambaMmrm Mutton vSM good divitobacco barn ment and always pay a ant hmse, new Hp. That's where profits are la sheep and all other necessary outbuildings; dend after taxes, insurance and reraising, but yon cannot get the big splen- pairs are paid. Will make a price on R profits tmless you keep your animals Vl close to church and school and H jSA free from worms. H didly fenced and watered. Over Kalf these that will interest you. No. 30. 106 acres of land located of this place in grass. Price $100 per acre, a third down and balance in 1, right at a good railroad station; residence, one old barn and one 2 and 3 years. No. 32. 225 acres 5 miles from new 30x50, with shed on each side; Stanford on good turnpike; has two crib, smokehouse, etc; well watered p will positively clean out the worms, not good dwellings 2 large tobacco barns. and fenced. Good orchard; about 40 Vk only in your eheop, but In every otherThese are extra large barns, one be- acres of this place in cultivation and JK animal on your place. This 'wonderwork- 4j gp lng remedy will destroy and expel every ing 48x120 and the other 38x108 balance for grazing. This is a bargain f. laM worm, leaving theanlmaloffree todiffest n and assimilate every ounce food it eats. , and both 20 feet to eaves. This is a ior $ou per acre uiiu lerms rigm. fp Sal-Vis a wonderful tonic and con- - oi brick between weatherboarding and plaster; halls and porches; the house practically new and all rooms newly papered; two barns, house for stripping tobacco; crib; meat house, etc Place well watered, three and two never failing springs; ponds about 35 acres in grass and balance in cul- -: x" plenum community and Gdge cfnnnn per acre f g00d town- one half down and balance m 1 and 2 years. .. ii Nn. 94 Vapanf ! y n tne "?.i- - ir-A- " . L ucsb icsiuuiice street in iventucKy. pce SMMMSCfaAgga 76 acres of good land, resi- extra iarge rooms, layer or exchange this property. Meets the fondest wishes of any man who likes to smoke because it has the right flavor and aroma and coolness. It's the most cheerful tobacco you ever did pack in a jimmy pipe or roll into a cigaCopyright fry rette. And it's so R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. good you just feel 101G you never can get fixes '""" enough. The pat-- ., Pe - 1 .1 nn-An- -- .. k-- 1 fiffililffu - B1F v Listen: l If s easy to change tho shape and color of unsalable brands to imitate the Prince Albert tidy red tin, but it ia impossible to imitate tho flavor of Prince Albert tobacco ! The patented process protects that I H3 ented process that and cuts out bite and parch I When you fire up your first smoke youll decide that you never did taste tobacco that hits your fancy like RINGE !!,- - jaj 1-- one-thir- the national joy smoke For it exceeds in goodness and satisfaction the kindest word we ever printed about itl Men, we tell you this tobacco will be a revelation to you. So, take this information at 100, get out the old jimmy pipe from its hiding place or locate the makin's papers Albert half-pounsponge-moistener and fall-t- o! five-roo- m six-roo- m re -- II liONGjBURNIN iciGARETTEltOBACCC R!RE!fND I I Yoarwishes will be sratifiedat the nearest store that sella tobacco. Albert is in universal demand. It can be bought all over the states and all over the world! Toppy red bags, 5c; tidy red tins, 10c; handsome pound and d tin humidors and that fine pound crystal-glas- s humidor with top that keeps the tobacco in such excellent trim. For Prince R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- m, N. C. y, Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED 15-ac- re a-- re 1-- JAMES C. STONE, President JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Vice President THOMAS H. SLATER, Secretary & Treasurer Central House, D. W. Scott, Manager, Phone 791. Planters House, J. Leslie Knight, Manager, Phone 704 Lexington House No. 1 John L. Buckley, Phone 3332 Lexington House No. 2 and George M. Ballard, Mgrs., Phone LEXINGTON TOBACCO MARKET ADVANCES 1 I! 7 1 9. two-stor- y, six-rco- m a--- two-stor- y, 10-roo- m ABL?"' m FmMEDvfoRMLt Last week's total offerings of 3,771,025 pounds averaged $11.38, an advance of 37 cents over the average of the week before and an advance of 96 cents over the week previous. On Monday the entire sale of our PLANTERS HOUSE floor averaged $11.94 the average of the market that day being $11.68. On Tuesday the entire sale on our CENTRAL HOUSE floor averaged $12.17 the average of the market that day being $11.57. On Wednesday the entire sale on our LEXINGTON HOUSE No. 1 floor averaged $10.53 the entire market averaged that day $10.25. On Friday again at the PLANTERS HOUSE the entire break averaged $11.14 the general average for the market that day being $10.51. On Friday again at our CENTRAL HOUSE the entire break sold averaged $11.95 while the entire market that day averaged $11.53. From the above averages we show you that we are getting full values for our customers and that the daily averages of the breaks on our floors are higher than the daily average of the market. We are able to do this by having well lighted sales floors and experienced tobacco men to handle your business who know the market value of each basket of your tobacco and will see that you get it. There was a considerable strengthening of prices this week on common tobaccos, the advance being from $1.00 to $2.00 per hundred, while good red tobaccos and colory smokers were in active demand at prices of the week previous. A great many growers of tobacco who have been patronizing small markets have visited our market during the last two weeks and after seeing our sales have returned home thoroughly satisfied that our market and the manner in which we conduct our sales is as we have advertised and are now bringing their crops to us. "The proof of the pudding is in the eating thereof."- - If you have not visited our market, come to see us or send us a load and you will be convinced that you have been losing from $2.00 to $3.00 per hundred on your crop by selling on a small market. re We can unload you any day you come and sell you that day or the next Don't forget that we have four sales houses and have a sale in one or more of them every day Our Motto is Prompt and Efficient Service and Courteous Treatment. re 1-- Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED m mSt 10-ac- re '$H I I 5MVET et I ' Florida Travel there on the "St. Louis Special" equipped with I I -- The Southern Railway is the direct Columbia, Savannah, Summer-villand other southern resorts. line to Asheville, Aiken,Augusta,Char-lesto- n, e 1 I I I We have exchange lists with the leading real estate men in 'Central Kentucky and if you cannot be suited with our list we can put you in touch with what is on the market in the other coun- It K dltloner. to costs but fe. per jaSK head gXv sa-l- ft BJS;,, Is manufactured by ibe 8. R. Fell Company. feed. of a cent a day j Cleveland, 0. jZl -- 5iH hughes Office ties in this part of the State. Consult Us Before Buying. List electric lighted steel coaches and through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and Asheville. New dining car service. In addition, drawing room sleeping cars from Asheville to Jacksonville insures every comfort for trip through "The Land of the Sky", theonly scenic route to Florida. Very low homeseekers fares and winter tourist faresnow in effect; Stopovers and other special features Get full information and fares from the Local Southern Agent, or write to B. H.Todd, District Passenger Ageat,LouUville, Ky With Us If You Want to Sell & STANFORD, & Mccarty KENTUCKY. -- BR jiL uH Sml-Vr-nt m w AMSBSmV mmmkmm J.f 5v Y 0S&Wk$mE&E&L J TM? Lancaster Street' Opposite Court" House? Office 'Phone 180. REAL ESTATE, mJur ' f ' . I Southern Railway PREMIER CARRIER OfTHESOVW ' m 9- a r . . ' ,:"- ? r- - .- - . X-w- " -, t t ilv T- - " A 1 J r? &V&Z l 4 ;: K t- - & 2 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 4, Hustonville 191 6. BEE LICK Page Three CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY Mrs. Laura Duke of Carthage, Tenn., was a victim of stomach disorders for several years. She lost appetite and her weight fell off. She could not rest CASTORIA ! For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. j Awgerawefteparaltaifiris-suuilaiiiigilieFootfanJRcgula-lingUieSionodsondBoweis- ft fc V. J L .. Jl J J!" W .! !NJ! Bears the Signature I Sin, . T BliSU'l!! DigesticnJChf fid-- ; : hSm w W4 " noccnnilnocrrnntatncnpifhpr !UVUJUIIUI.UUVUIUUUUUUUB1 Hniimt MnrnfiifTo n11-- ?r,OMl Not Narcotic EwpeofOMIkSSMEIHnMR JMJUSiOs-jtiheSai Jfflwtena&!Sk& 23: t MO " KrmSttd- - In - &ntrfect Remedy forConsfipalion , Sour Stomch.Diarriiop Wornis.Coir.-ulstons.Fa'cnsIi- !! I . 11 fli Use For Over - &5S rcss aiulLOSS ursuuir- SicSimJe Signature of The Centaur Compass .Mkw " imm. Thirty Years Guaranleet Exact vopy of Wrapper. THE CCKTAUn COaPANY, HCW VOHK CITY. ESiSMji'-jBbSSWPf?' Ask any owner of a large car the cost of upkeep jmd running expenses;"'1?' then ask yourself the question, do""j you want this constant expense? 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? It is all heat There is none better. If you order Rex you get It makes no clinkers. I am sole agent for Rex. Rex. It does not soil your hands. See what l give with each each $1 spent with me. It makes no soot. Phone:Res. 73,0fficell8-J- . N. W. FOWLE Dakota Jack's - INDIAN REMEDIES have made his Bane famous all over the United States and Canada. Coasposed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days Treatment. $1.00 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 10c. 3 bars All on sale at ' lAKOTA JACK Northwestern Cowboy : Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. ORIGINATOR OF I SY'S INDIAN HERBS limbing and Heating C. E. BOWER Stanford, -- Ky. Office with J. L. Beazley phone42, res. phone 263 restored. In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery wa3 so rapid she was afraid that it could be only temporary. So she waited from September, when she took th8 remedy, until the following February to pass judgment. Then she wrote: "I write you in regard to your wonderful stomach remedy that I took last September. I feel better than I have in five years. "My weight was 127 pounds; now it is 147k. and I can eat anything I want I sleep well at night. I would have written before, but I wanted to see how I got along." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress alV f j" ta. the atomacnan&-P!e.sr- .t J?011,! bottle o your druigie ".f 7.62 on an absolute guarantee- -' aJl.ryf. Nichols & Reynolds 180 A. SHERIFF'S SALE Povnter, J.H.&E.C. 100 acres 19.35 factory money will be returneHrH.9 9.56 Rice, Stephen, 2 H&Ls For State, County, State Shoemaker, W.F., 85 acres bal 12.30 Gibson, Jason 1 acre 3.91 Stewart, Mrs.Malinda 25 acres 2.60 2.32 acres 2.35 Haley, Dolly 6 acres Sponamore,J.M.&A.L.72 Road and School Tax Walker, Green Clay nr)l acre 1.65 Haley, Jamania 1 acre 6.30 16.85 9.90 Howard, E. M., 50 acres Yeager, Mrs. James H&L Notice is hereby given that I, or Young, H. G., 10 acres 5.24 5.77 Jesse, J. L., H&L 2.32 one of my deputies, will, on 9.90 Johnson, Richard, H&L sisters, 1 lot Carpenter his company. 6.83 Johnson, Thomas J., H&L MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1916, Rev. Beagle of the Baptist church 8.95 Stanford Colored Delinquent List Kenney, T.W. (nr) 230 acres was called to Covington the last of at 1:30 o'clock P. M., at the door of 6.30 acres S 7.10 Land, John 15 Adams, Pattie H&L 7.23 Leaper, Sam 18 acres. the week to preach the funeral of one the court house in Stanford, Lincoln Adams, Richard, H&L 5.25 K., 2 of his former church members there. county, Kentucky, expose to public Baughman, Buck 2 acres land 5.65 McClure, C. H., 50 r.:res&H&L 19.85 3.65 cash in hand, the following sale for Minks, Jas. icres bal 9.22 Moore & Samuel Owens of McKinney was described property, or so much there- Broaddus, Harve H&L 7.62 Scudder 40 acres 3.65 Reid, here Tuesday evening among friends. of as may be necessary to pay State, Burdette, Jas. (nr) 6 acres 9.21 John 72 acres 3 acres 5.77 Reid, Charley, 26 acres 6.30 Miss Black Bogle celebrated her County, School and State Road Tax Burnside, John (nr) 1 acre 1.35 Reichenbach Ernest (nr) 137A 40.75 thereon and unpaid and the in Carson, W. A. 1 ground-ho- g birthday Wednesday but due 4.98 Reynerson, Tom(nr) H&L acre Carson, Boney 2.11 terest, penalty and costs thereon. 2.00 Root, A. D. (nr) 5f acres Hays, Polly H&L we promised her not to tell the num- 1.67 G. WEATHERFORD, J. 4.65 Selmar, F. W. (nr) 60 acres.. 6.30 ber of years this being leap year Sheriff Lincoln County. Harris, Walter 1 acre 3.25 Sluder. Mrs. Polly a acres Harris, Willis H&L 1.35 Waynesburg, White List and she may have the opportunity of 3.92 Smith, Edgar 1 acre Hocker, Anderson, 8&L 3.91 proposing to some good looking bach- Atton, J. W., (nr) 74 aeres....$ 6.30 Hocker, Joe, 8r., aiimr (Unas. 15.84 Smith, Zora, 6 acres 2.32 Smith, C. C, 2 H&Ls 8.95 Acton, John (nr) 74 acres Stephens) 2 acres elor. 24.59 6.56 Smith, Shelton, 3 acres 3.65 Presbyterian .Allen, Mrs. Alice 175 acres.... 22.28 Helm, Lee, H&L The furnace for the 14.20 Jones, Pearl, 3 H&Lc 8.95 Smith,. O. C, 1 acre W, 36 acres 4.97 morning Ashley, Hen, B. acres church arrived Wednesday 9.38 Logan, W. L., 1 acre 8.83 Stanton. John P.. 2 acres 8 Baugh 4.2S 4.60 Sweeney, Mrs. Ann (nr) 65 A 9.63 4.25. Logan, Jim 12 acres and was placed into commission at Ball, Mrs. H. P. 42 acres 7.90 Logan, Mariah 5 acres 1.35 Vinson," Wm. (nr) H&L once. There will be preaching Sun- Bell, J. F., 46 acres 2.32 4.30 Walls, Mack H&L 13.19 Lackey, Will, 2 acres Bauman, John 24 acres 4.57 day morning, February 6th, at 11:00 Bryant, T. L., 1 aci e 4.60 Yocum, M. H., 1 acre 3.92 Lackey, Will, 1 acre the first time in several Burchel, K. S., 72 av res a. m.f for 3.25 4.33 Miller, Geo., 1 acre 8.95 Hustonville Colored Delinquent List 13.80 Ross, Squire, 3 acres Sundays. Carter, J. H., Jr., 95 acres 6.25 17.05 Ross, Alex 2 acres Bogle returned to Lex- C?rter, John J., 87 acres Miss Lizzie $ 4.97 2.22 Alcorn, James 1 ac.e 6.57 Stuart, Silas hrs 2 acres stay Carriett, C, 100 acres ington Tuesday after a week's 6.56 4.25 Armstrong Charley H&L Coleman, G. W., 84. acres ...... 10.22 Stuart, Mary Cinda 4 acres 4.57 with her sister, Miss Kate Bogle, who Chamberlain, D. C., 50 acres .. 4.58 Simpson, Millie hrs 4 acres.... 1.55 Armstrong, George H&L 3.91 6.45 Bruce, Gill 1 acre 4.60 Simpson, Elia's 33 acres is doing nicely at present. Chambers. J. M., 'l acre 7.65 ., o.uu Smith, Lucy, 1 acre 3.65 Capps, Marion 1 acre Mrs. Bettie Hoskins is able to be Cook, J., (nr) 2 acres 4.92 Carpenter, Albert (nr) 3 acres 3J59. 4.71 Simms, Tom 20 acres Cook, Mrs. J. jtf. 4 acres... out again after several backsets with 2.32'' 8.41 Thurmond, Dick, hrs 40 acres 3.65 Carpenter, Jake (nr) 1 acre ..7 Cbfrer. A. G., 60 acres 3.39 -.. the grip. Cnlp, Malina 6 acres bal 5,25 . tI)6rnirMfewrP., 2.32 - 3Irs. Uriah" Dunnwas able to 'go Dqtson, M. .Li., 40 acres . 6.45 CrVb Orchard White Delinquent List Cooper, Jennie H&L 2.04 5.48 Adams, Chas. H., 241 acres....$25.11 Durham, Bob admr 1 acre to see Miss Kate Bogle Tues- Uelaney, ihil 1 acre over 3.92 Gooch, Ed 10 acres acres 12.93 Anderson Mrs. Dave b acres.. day evening. This is the first time Esbrath, E. M., (nr) 100 2.99 2.99 Givens, Ellen hrs 25 acres 6.56 Allen, John (nr) 85 acres..... Mrs. Eliza oeth bUA. 4.27 Givens Horton, H&L.... Mrs. Dunn has been out for a month. Eubanks, 5.09 4.65 Baker, Presley 7 acres Floyd, James acres 2.99 2.32 Goode, Mollie, H&L The mercury was at 23 above zero Fischer, Mrs. Chas. J. 1 acre... 5.00 Bastin. A. H.. (nr) 40 acres 1.67 2.32 Helm, Jennie 1 acre 16.90 Bishop, Noah 50 acres morning. Francis hrs., 204 acres at 8:00 o'clock Wednesday 3.39 3.60 Hoffman, Sallie H&L 4.25 Brown, A. B., 15 acres Florence, James 1 acre Misses Anna Reid and Black Bogle 2.59 I. 0. 0. F. lodge room 1 acre 5.08 5.48 Burge, Dave (nr) 1 acre 15 acres J. F., 1.53 4.14 Jordan, Laura H&L motored to Danville Tuesday evening Florence, Mrs. Sarah 25 acres 1.58 Bobbitt, Col. F. F. 1 acre Gourlev, 3.91 6.17 Lyons, Will 1 acre to see Mrs. J. Beecher Adams, who Gooch, Almira, 54 acres 2.45 Chappel, Tom 9& acres 3.91 3.60 Morton, Dan 4 acres Gooch, Mrs. Nannie 2 acres.... 2.33 Denny, Oscar 12 acres is very low with tuberculosis. 3.91 Morton, John 6 acres 4.58 19.15 Dishon, Robert. 4 acres Goff, H., 134 acres Theodore Mason sold a 4.58 2.99 McCormack, Alfred 4 acres 5.25 Elder, Richard 20 ?cres Green, J. R., 35 acres hog to McCormack & Tucker at 6 4 Greer, B. J., 70 acres 3.26 4.58 McCormack. Arch 1 acre 11.30 Frazier, Robert 15 acres 3.26 cents. Griffith, E. L. (nr) 31 acres.... 11.60 Frith, T. S., (nr) 79 acres...... 8.23 Owens. Willis 12 acres 10.58 Patton, Will, Sr., 190 acres .... 23.o3 a fine ewe Grant, W. M., (nr) 70 acres.... 5.00 Gorn. John 15 acres James W. Powell lost 6.97 4.97 Patton, Newman 11 acres 2.23 Grant Mrs. Dave 240 acres and lamb as the result of tieing the Hatfield, Haley 15 acres 3.52 18.08 Riffe & Jones 2 H&Ls bal 23.85 Gutman. Wm. 56 acres A., 58 acres ewe to a stake. The ewe wound Hart, J. J. C, 70 acres 5.64 5.92 Hays, Mrs. Mollie 73 acres.... 7.62 Singleton, Clay 3 acres Harris, 4.71 4.19 Singleton, Frank, 1 acre around the stake and choked herself Hiatt, B. D., "47 acres 10.55 Harlow, Billy 12 acres 2.99 20.86 Simpson, Harry 5 acres. 10.40 Helton, Wm. 150 acres to death. The lamb was found dead Horton, J. T., 114 ceres -8.02 Smith, wm a&u... ,?-j Holbrook, W. V., 84 acres bal 5.30 Helton, J. C, 40 acres at its mother's side. 2.34 Steele, ueorge j. 'acre Hicks, Mrs. Anne 52 acres 3.92 4.20 Hutchison, B. D., 30 acres J. W. Allen sold Henry Brown of Henry, Solon (nr) 50 acres.... 2.33 Hines Georee (nr) 20 acres 1.90 Trice, Mitchell '.ff&L 3.60 Junction City, 22 fat hogs he pur- Jones, A. W. 60 acres 3.65 11.88 Holmes, John W. 796 acres.... 277.92 WillroKftn Afar T7 TTiVT. 42.56 Welch, James H&L 5.38 8.95 Holmes, D. V., 125 acres chased in Casey last week at 6 4 Killion hrs (nr) 72 acres 10.32 Wisdom Teirple No. 90 1T&L.-6.39.22 Hopkins, Mack 33 acres Kishup, Fred 85 acres cents. 7.63 HoDkins. Mrs.Sarah (nr) H&L 5.44 A., (nr) Thomas Metcalf , near Milledgeville X.ee, J. Normo 1C 73 acres 3.91 3.75 Kidd, Charley 20 acres asres Lewis, 3.76 was here the latter part of last week Leach, Thos., Jr., 3 acres SALE 2.80 King, Wm. 2 acres 1.67 Lane, Mrs. Eliza H&L Mallory, P. H., (nr) 80 acres.... 9.62 on business. 67.25 18.25 Lane, W. E., (nr) 7 acres W. G. Cowan sold his buggy horse Marlow, French 176 acres Having decided to jgo west, I will 2.93 Ladlislin, B., 7 acres M., 80 acres Murphy, W. 17.50 to J. K. Helm. Price unknown. acres bal.... 15.89 at iny home, located sioat one half 4.yo Ledford, F. B., 62 Mfirritt. D.. 1 acre 6.30 mile of Hustonville, Ky on" , . E. C. Walton and M. S. Baughman Miracle, E. L., 150 acres 19.551 Lewis, Morgan, 10 acres 7.60 Lockowitzz. Louis 118 acres.... 12.31 of Stanford, were here Monday on Merideth, James 34 acres FEBRUARY 12th, l&Jo .6.30 Masonic lodge Preachersville 1 Mullins, W. B., 50 acres business. 3.22 acre 233. Mullins, Sarah 3 acres Fresh cresses are a great luxury McElfresh, Bud (nr) 50 acres 3.65 Monday, Joseph 84 acres 18.27 beginning a.t 10 o'clock a. m., sel1 to 11.60 the highest and best bidder th e fo1" here just now. The rainy weather McKee, J. B., 310 acres Moes, Joe (nr) 100 acres 32.45 6,30 JtfcAlister, J.W., (nr) 20 acres 1.27 lowing described property. My 1 'wnie is making them very plentiful and of McCoy, C. B., 45 acres 11.63 consisting McKinney Mrs. Sarah 81 acres 5.35 Magee, Mrs. Kate H&L the finest quality. of about 20 acres of 1 ,,ind 8.03 McCarley, Mrs. Lizzie H&L.... 8.95 in a high Nolan, Edward 71 acres B. Morse is removing the old Newcomb, W. V. slate of cultivation; abc 'ut 7.36 Osborn, Mahalia, hrs 50 acres 2.98 1I. 1 acre shed back of his residence on the al- Ott, George W., 11 acres 5.91 12 acres of grass; old fashioned hout 11.85 Payne, Wm. 2 acres 5.91 of six rooms, hall, etc; well watered, ley, which will add much to looks as Osterman, W. M., 28 acres .... 6.55 Petrey, J. D., 10 acres 12.10 two lasting springs; 4.30 Price, Jas. R., 40 acres Padgett, Oliver 3 acres well as comfort to neighbors. new tobajco Addie, (nr) H&L 8.89 Parsons, Henry (nr) Theodore Mason hauled two loads Parker, George L., 1750 acres.. 5.00 Riddle, Mrs. 7 acres 1 mule, 8 years old, a good 3.91 barn; acres .... 5.07 Rogers, John of tobacco to Danville Monday for Pittman, M., 37 acres 44.09 one; 2 mules, 4year old, good work5.25 Sanders, L. L., H&L the market Tuesday. . 6.56 ers; 2 mules, 7 years old, well broke 3.25 Sigler, W. J., (nr) H&L Rector, Martin, 30 acres 4.97 A. M. Godbey, of Casey, was here Reynolds, Mrs. E. J., 100 acres 6.30 Smith, Mrs. J. L., 100 acres good workers; 1 mule, 1 year old 9.53 and Riley, W- - T., 150 acres 10.55 Simpson, J. L., 100 acres Saturday afternoon. 3.66 1 horse, 4 years old, by Dignity Dare, 25 acres 4.60 Stephens, James Rogers, F .A., 20 acres Ikey Routenberg's brother and Singleton, W. H., 64 acres 10.38 Steinbergen, J. D. 50 acres bal 3.65 a good driver; 2 good milk cows. 15.84 Farming implements, harness, plows, family, of McKinney were here on Smith, Mrs. Eva 164 acres .... 7.53 Taylor, Jas., (nr) 3 acres 3.26 etc.; household and kitchen Skidmore, Clara. 18 acres 4.80 Taylor, Jas., 1 acre . a visit Sunday. furniture 6.56 Skidmore, W. D., 38 acres...... 5.10 Webber, Henry 65 acres James Gloyd, of Ellisburg, was 3.06 also the following: 1 range, good as 2.00 Wren, A. A., 6 acres Sutton, R. G., 12 cres here Monday on business. Sorrel, R. E., 8 acres 4.2 Kreuger, Ed 64 acres 4.97 new; 1 leather top buggy in good Ike. Shelby was in town Monday Trimble. Mitton H&L. . 8.30 Klebs, Chas., 60 acres 6.03 shape; 1 pair 2 year old mules, have morning looking for a trade from Walls, Hayden J., 28 acres .... 4.02 Papenhagen, 10.28 been worked; 1 Duroc boar, subject 45 acres Walls, Martha E., 25 acres.... 1.67 Parks, Conrad 221 acres 80.50 to register, 16 thoroughbred Duroc James Yowell. Walls, S. H 20 acres 4.60 B. G. Gover of Stanford. was here Walkeiv H. H., 150 acres . 29.10 Crab Orch&rd CtiloedDelinquent List sows, bred to farrow the last of Feb- Monday on business. While 'here he Williams, J. R., 104 acres ruary; 1 disc harrow. This is a 22.20 4.24 rare opportunity to buy a good home, 13.28 Anderson, Jesse 1 acre rented his livery barn to a Mr. Woodk, R. A., 110 ticres 3.91 located near, a live town, 15.85 Buchanan, Elima 1 acre Brown .of Junction City, who will Woodle, A. W., 100 acres with good 3.91 Young, Charley 10 acres 4.25 Buchanan, Dick 1 acre open up a poultry house here the Yocum, B. Y., 57 acres graded schools. 4.57 9.22 Curtis, Fred (nr) 6 acres first of May. Yocum, Thos., 36 acres 4.05 Delaney, Alfred A., 5 acres.... 5.63 JOHN SPEARS, Hustonville, Ky. .?.. 2.32 Kennard, Howard 142 acres...; 20.10 Fish, Catherine B. H&L 4.57 Ross, W. U., (nr) 129 acres.... 10.30 Guest, Harry 2 acres SCIATICA'S FIERCING PAIN 1.26 4.45 Hays, Sarah 1" acre Ross, C. G., 25 acres , Lee, Thos. & sisters 2 acres.... 3.91 To kill the nerve pains of Sciatica Waynesburg Colored List 2.94 you can always depend on Sloan's Hays, Millie 5 acres land..,...$ 1.67 Mullins, John 1 acre 4.18 Ovsley, George 40 acres Liniment. It penetrates to the seat Mullins, Jessie 2 acres 3.92 Vanderveer, Geo. hrs d acres 2.99 Welch, Will, Jr. (nr) 1 acre.... 4.57 jof pain and brings ease as soon as Stanford White Delinquent List HIGHEST PRICES PAID it is applied. -- A great comfort too Burke, Mrs. MaryD.. 18 acres 20.87 Welch, Nancy H&L . 5.24 Welch, Charley 16 acres Remittance Mailed oa Day required. Slo'an's Liniment is inval- Brittain, Fred, 13 acres 7.53 Woods, Patsy 1 acre 1.35 SKipmect is Rsc:?ed uable for stopping muscular or nerve Bowen, Elijah (nr) 16 acres .. 16.77 Dyehouse, Will (nr) 4 acres.... 7.97 Hustonville White Delinquent List No Commission to Pay pain of any kind. Try it at once if Goode, Mrs. Joe L.., n&L, 6.00 you suffer with Rheumatism, Lum-wit- h Huerhes. Joseph, 4 acres Write frr Price Utt aad ...$ 4.95 7.62 Bastin, George 1 ?cre Shipping Tags 9.10 Sloan's is that no rubbing is Hocker; Mrs. Jessie (nr) H&L 35 Blackerby, R. P., 60 acres 32.25 40.22, Burgin, W. J., 2 H&Ls bago, Sore Throat, Pain in Chest, Holtzclajv, a. v., 1 acre .. M. Sabel & Sons 22.50 Brawner, C. R., estate H&L.... 12.60 JoTmson.C (nr)' 450 acres.-Sprains, Bruises, etc. It is excellent Kincald, W.- - P., H&L,.? Ic:onora!eJ 24.52 Ccmptcn. Mrs. L. C. 2 acres....- 8.95 EitaU&ri 1SSS for Neuralgia trid Headache. 25c LierrtrierMrs.Mattie.- - (nr) 33 V .19.20- - Childers, Q. C. 56, acres. 2.80 LOUISVILLE, KY. . . 2.94 Memdetn,O.F.,r.(nr):.13 acres 4.31:,Fashauner, Andy 1 3cre atvall Druggists-u e -- The people of our section had a genuine stir on them early in the weather week, when the spring-lik- e made its appearance. Some few went into their gardens and began to burn trash, ready for spring gardening. Squire and Mrs. W. M. Fields, and son motored to Stanford Tuesday evening to visit their son, John Fields. They returned Wednesday. Quite a number were shocked to hear of the death of Tom Green, the Cincinnati commission stock dealer. Every stock man in this community had had dealings with him in the live stock business. Attorney Kendrick Alcorn and R. M. Newland, the insurance magnate of Stanford, were here on business Tuesday. There is talk here of another garage, making two for this thriving little city. The creek fo--- m the western end of town, hs "been so full thnt hardly anyone has crossed it in automobile, until this past Wednesdayr The gravel has filled in on both sides which makes the ford narrow and deeper. Mrs. J. W. Hoskins and Mrs. Young-aron the improve after a siege with the grip. George Tucker was in. the moun tains last week, buying stock for There are a large number of grip victims in this community. ' Mr. L u. 0. u. again. W. M. Scott is able to be out Mrs. Elbert Elder's many friends Fifty Years' Use Proves S. S. S. are delighted to know that she is out Will Relieve Stubborn Cases. again after a seige with the grip. Mr. J. H. Cordial bought a bunch You have noticed the little festering of hogs at 6 cents. pimples on the face and body swelling Mr. H. C. Todd will put in a genof the stands soreness in the legs and arm muscles. These are the symptoms eral line of merchandise here. of Scrofula. You may have some of J. M. Reynolds says he is doing a these symptoms, possibly the taint of Scrofula infection. But in either case, nice business here. We are glad to it is a dangerous condition. Your blood is infected, impure, and you can never know Jim is getting better. hope to gain perfect health until the J With so much sickness in this loimpurities are washed from the system. If you feel badly all the time, cality, Dr. H. H. Isaacs is doing a you must crave health. If you want to feel renewed spirits, the glow of rushing business. perfect health, bright eyes, clear skin, Mr. J. W. Scott sold a horse to the knowledge that you are well, you oan do so. Cleanse your blood by tak- Frank Smith. Price private. ings., S. S. For fifty years It has been Mr. W. H. Graves, manager of the the standard blood purifier. It relieves the trouble by renouvlshing the blood, Farmers Telephone Co., was out this renewing its strength, and stimulating the Clow ao- - that the blood regains its way last week, looking over the lines. runf f..a.r-.ri..'3n- d throws off the poison o the wife of James Pollard, CZT you Jmust use S. S. S. Take it uiTin"!is girl. '. a today. gist'syou need special advice write the If Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga. Moore, J. W., (nr) 116 acres 4.31 t McCormack, Mrs. Laura 60A 40.75 2.33 McCormack hrs 40 a!cres GET RID OF SCROFULA HI W at night. She took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy just a few doses and found herself y 450-pou- nd 1-- 1-- PUBJJC " N -- iw V iSr - ys H V 2 ' SPi, .- j;j " ..-- . J .r:. V o -- J- - Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 4, 19 16". Enpendence came up in the U. S. Senate this week, and Senator Beckham of Kentucky, voted against granting it which strikes us was a very sensible vote "for the Filipinos are no more capable of governing themselves than are the Mexicans. A preliminary question arose as to whether the United States should permit liquor to be shipped over to the savages of those islands. Beckham voted against permitting it, but Oflie James voted for it. TROUBLE FOR BOOZE MAKERS. Christmas Savings Club Has rolled Over 500 Savings counts up to Feb. 1. Ac- She Will Rec So her doctor said. Her friend i and neighbors felt sure of it too. They have used Peruna themselves and know of its merits. That old cough that had worried her for years and years, for which she had taken all sorts of cough medicines, has disappeared. Peruna is doing the work. She. will recover. Indeed, she has recovered. r-ei 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 The bill for an amendment to the constitution providing for state-wid- e prohibition, is not the only anti-liqulegislation which the whisky interests will have to fight at the present session of the legislature, according to a dispatch from Frankfort Our stock, of course, is badly broken but what "Tue ngm. or av wbiv. cjai-i- name Is Mrs. William the ary forces in the Legislature to Honmann, we have left we are going to make prices less Lincoln Ave., Chicago, Ills. She 'nd suffered secure the passage of a state-wid- e with catarrh of the bronchial prohibition bill, is only the initial than we can buy them, but we have only a tubes and had a terrible co&sh struggle that will be waged by the ever since a child. As she got few and here are the prices: drys during this session. A bill is older she grew worse. She ' coughed both winter and sumto beintroduced next week to promer. Had to sit up at night. hibit the manufacture of intoxicating Could not sleep. "But all that liquors in Kentucky. The constitu has left me now. Peruna has "Corner Next To Court House." tion is silent on the question of the cured me." I manufacture of intoxicating liquors- There are others, and there li The sale, barter or loan of intoxirgason; Kentucky. Stanford, 1 111 cating liquors is permitted by Section. S And von know thev, are better than. amj- , ., 61 of the constitution, but the word 3 KnH)'c iii vorfnlavc clime rznA efrvnff "manufacture" was left out, so that tives at Lancaster. yjjiA.y o, xii ivguiuioj ouiito unit oiuuio. gardless of politics, and we believe the dry forces claim that a bill to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hays spent The Interior he will have it. prohibit the manufacture may be Sunday with friends at Crab Orchard. I passed by a majority vote. The bill Publisher S. M. Saufley inCut Tins' Out It Is Worth Money. The effort of the state Administra- to prohibit the manufacture of cre- toxicating liquors is in the hands of to divide Pike county and DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this $1.00 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE tion ate a new county to be called Stanley Senator Frost and Representative slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co., Hamilton, who introduced the stateEntered at the postoffice at Stanford as tecond ended in failure when the Senate tawide bills in the Senate and House Chicago, HI., writing your name and class matt matter bled the bill by a margin of one vote. address clearly. You will receive in All sorts of ugly rumors of bribery respectively." return a trial package containing FoDo you read the advertisements or attempted bribery to "put it over" ley's Honey and Tar Compound, for in the Interior Journal? If not, you have been circulated, and charged, YOU WILL GET A LETTER lagrippe coughs, colds and croup. Foare losing something interesting in and a committee has been named to within a few days if your subscrip- ley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathartic every issue. They are put in the pa- investigate them. Senator Charles F. per for you to read and for your Montgomery, of this district, voted tion to the I. J. has expired, notify- Tablets. Sold everywhere. benefit. A merchant cannot afford to faithfully and worked conscientious- ing you of that important, fact.' The Preachersville advertise unless he has the goods to ly to prevent such "rough work" I. J. is $1.50 a year where subscrip back up hifc advertising argument, from being accomplished and played tions are not paid in advance for a we have you Worth $1 every where. While trying to cut the hull off of and the fact that he is willing to a splendid part in the defeat of the year, but is still $1 where a year's can get for 75c. spend his good money to tell you measure. Senator Montgomery has subscription is paid. ahead. The I. J. a walnut, Master Robert Payne had hopes every subscriber on its list the misfortune to cut a thumb and of his wares indicates that there is made a magnificent record during his an advantage to be gained by both four years' service in the upper house will renew promptly at the $1 rate; finger nearly off with an ax. The lad buyer and seller. It pays to adver- and we believe, has truly representr it does not desire, to send the paper is all right now. Mrs. Arthur Miller, who has been tise and it pays to read, advertise- ed the majority of his constituents to anyone who does not want it, and reason many whose subscrip sick is better, for that ments. Go into any town, pick up on nearly all of his votes. Messrs. John T. Rigsby and wife tions have expired will be taken from a newspaper, notice which firms or the list, in the event a' renewal .is and Roscoe Colyer and wife, visited business houses carry the largest Mr. and Mrs. R. P. White. Look oh "lour-tefcrj- not received. The question of Philippine indeadvertisements in the paper, then vis' Misses Jean McKechnie and Alza and see how you stand. it the firm or business house, or merMcAlister have matriculated in the chant and you will find that he is "Cascarets"" for college at Georgetown, Ky. A VERY SPECIAL OFFER doing the biggest business in his line. Mrs. Phoebe Carpenter is able to : STANFORD KENTUCKY Liver and Bowels, Or vice versa. Go into a town, visUntil March 1st, the I. J. can fursit up after an illness of grip. nish the Louisville Evening Post, the stores, banks, business houses, it If Sick or Bilious daily, the Home and Farm, both one Rev. Thornbury, of the Louisville note which is diong the biggest busiyear, a beautiful 1916 calendai, and Theological Seminary, will preach for ness and is most popular with the ALL ladies' and misses M. Rogers at the Baptist CENT -A-ADS half price. Robinson's. cloaks10-- at people. Then look over that town's Tonight! Clean Your Bowels and the I. J. one year, all for $3.25 a Rev. J. church Saturday and Sunday. 1 year. If you are alreadys a subscribStop Headache, Colds, newspaper or newspapers and you The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. (Advertsements in this column will er to the I. J., your subscription will will find that the merchants or busiSour Stomach F. L. Thompson was desperately ill hereafter be 1 cent a word each inFOR SALE. No. 1 fresh ness men whom you found doing the sertion, but no ad accepted for less of grip last week. 10-2- p J. B. Foster. ROWLAND. largest and most successful business, than. 25 cents. Cash must accomMr. J. M. Cress is quite sick of pany all ads for this column. Count box now. Get a10-ceare using the largestamiunt of adMrs. W. W. Stevens, of Louisville, grip and stomach trouble. Turn the rascals out the headthe words you have in your adv., at FOR SALE. The frame garage-buildinvertising spece in the newspapers. Burch Hester was called to the bed- 1 cent each time the adv. is to apache, biliousness, indigestion, the sick, has been the recent guest of her faon lot bought from H. man who 7oes not ad The business -' side of his nephew, Master Jesse pear in the paper, and send cash See J. C. Bailey, 10-- 4 class with the sour stomach and bad colds turn ther, L. T. Smith. vertise is in the same with order.) t TEN Acres of hempland for rent. Miss Marcia Smith visited Miss Dunn last week. ' purchaser-wh- o not read the ad- them out tonight and keep them out does Word received from Paris, by relApply to Ashby M. Warren, Danville-street- , Grace Hurst at Stanford Saturday. vertisements. They are both losing with Cascarets. PIANO at a bargain. See E. C.atives here, stated that Mrs. Jesse Millions of men and women take a Stanford, Ky. tf something, and- iftithe fault of no Miss Myrtle Southerland is spend1 Cascaret now and then and never ing a few days with' Miss Emily" Mur- Traylor is seriously ill. Her mother Walton. one but themselves," for they are know the misery caused by a lazy Mrs. W.'P;! White lett'at once lor standing in their own light. phy at Shelby City. I WANT to rent for 1916, 40 or 50 liver, clogged bowels, or an upset her .bedside. CLOVER SEED. 14 bushels of acres of grass land. Must be well Mr. and Mrs. Jim James spent SunJesse Lawrence, who; has been ill good home grown clover seed for sale. stomach. watered. W. C. Shanks. Stanford. 7tf of the Walter McKinney, Mt. Salem. President Wilson is , making the Don't put in another day of dis- day wjth Mrs. Will James at Crab Or- of pneumonia, and chard. , strongest addresses of his career on tress. Let Cascarets cleanse your ear, thought to be improving Mrs. S. E. Carter has been quite is not so well at this writing. the Preparedness issue n his tour stomach; remove the sour, fermentFOR SALE. Pair of mules, comFOR SALE. Nine pair of coming "The aged Mrs. Silas Anderson, who ing s. W. H. Rigney, two and of the country, and is pieeting with ing food; take the excess bile from ill with pneumonia, but is somewhat mules; porHustonville, Ky. great encouragement Wherever he your liver and carry out all the con- better now. has been quite sick, is some better. phone 65-tion of them broken. B. W. Leigh, appears and the most ".enthusiastic-- ! stipated waste matter and poison in Mr. and Mrs. Arch Sprinkles, of Earnest Bunn is out after a severe HuEtonvlUe, Ky. 41 welcome from the great mass of peo- the bowels. Then yon will feel great, siege of the grip. Casey, visited Mr. and Mrs. F. L. 1914 AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE ple. The American nation has confiA Cascaret tonight straightens you FCR SALE. 22 head of model Overland; first class condition; Miss Mayme Bolden is very ill Thompson. dence in Woodrow Wilson. He has out. by morning. They work while Little Miss Eliza Anderson Cum- Ford touring car; Ford runabout; sevmules; have been vor'-ed- ; with pneumonia. kept us out of war so far amidst the ' you sleep. A box from any mins, bright little daughter of Mr. 1910 model Buick. If you want a eral nice pairs in the bunch. C. C. Mrs. Homer Walker and little most trying and delicate situations drug store means a clear head, sweet been good car cheap, see Hustonville Cover, R. F. D. 2, Lancaster. daughters, Peyton & Bessie, of Cov- and Mrs. F. F. Cummins, has that ever a peaceful nation had to stomach and clean, healthy liver and ington, were quite ill of pneumonia. the guests of her parface. He knows what .is best, and bowel action for months. Children Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Anderson took Moore FOR SALE. Pure Barred Rock should have the undivided support i love Cascarets because they never ents, Mr. and Mrs. George their two daughters, Misses Grace and FOR SALE. Two beautiful Ma- Cockerels. IVIrs. Morrison Bright, Sunday. and confidence of all the1 people, re-- 1 gripe or sicken. 10-- 1 and Miss Lillie hogany Pianos, like new; fine tone; Miss Eugene Hubble, of McKinney Carrie Anderson Williamsburg, to enter them bargains, $125 each, cash. Address rhone 46, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No- has been the recent guest of Mrs. 2. in school there. B. Greenup, 617 S. 2nd street, LouisFrank Hays. Miss Lucy Pettus has been indis- ville, Ky. 8 , Mrs. Sidney Jennings has been CLOSING OUT SALE. Havingl posed and not able to attend Sunday quite ill with the grip. decided to look after my farming- school. Allen Dennis of Illinois, Spent sevLAST chance to secure winter hats interests,' I will close out my stock Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hill, of Stanpractically giv- of goods in Hustonville at cost. B. eral days with his parents last week. visited Mr. and Mrs. W. P. at prices which are Bunn and Andrew Tapp, ford recently. You can't beat any- W. Leigh, Hustonville. Earnest ing them away. were in Preachersville Sunday to see White James F. Miller, is quite sick where the bargains we are offering Mrs. May Saunders, Stan HORSES AND MULES. Anyone their best girls. at her home at the old Seargent, place. nnw. Miss Ella " tf having horses and mules for sale, enMrs. Richard Martin has returned ford. ter them in Dinwiddie & Carter's to her home in Danville after a visit Nostrils court day sale, February 14th at with her mother,- - Mrs. Milford Hall. Head and BE sure and see Mary Pickford in Carter & Carter's livery stable. JL . Miss Annie Martin of Danville, is Stuffed from Cold "Cinderella" at the opera house on with her aunt, Mrs. Jesse Price. Friday afternoon, February 4th, at Mrs. Willie Price has gone to Louis FOR SALE A few genuinj Colds 3 o'clock, given for the school chilCold Compound" Ends ville, to make her home with hgr son, "Pape's toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rj dren of Stanford and vicinity under and Grippe in Few Hours Mr. Thomas Price. land Red Cockerels for s the auspices of the D. A. R. Tastes Nice Acts Gently- Mr. and Mrs. Jean Deatherage, Mrs. R. H. Crow. Shelby CI at, Neal's visited Mrs. Jack Terry Stanford, R. D., No. 2. BLACKSMITH SHOP TOOLS. Your cold will break and all grippe Creek Sunday. will offer of If not sold privately, we JVIr. and Mrs. J. M.' Martin spent misery end after taking a dose WILL hold horse and mule sal two publicly, Monday, February 14, at Sunday with Mrs. Dave 3urge at'Ce- - "Pape's Cold Compound" every square, basement at Carter & Carter's o.aa r. m nn court house hours until three doses are taken. dar Creek. p Stanford. Ky.. the blacksmith shop on Monday, February 14, coi It promptly "opens clogged-uMisses Roxie Jennings, Alma MarLincoln court day. For information see J75 and air passage's in the hed, tools of Parsons & Preston. tin and Jesse Martin we're the guests County National Bank, btaniora, Dinwiddie, 3Ioreland; J. Nevin Car ' of Miss Katherine..Belden.at Stanford stops nasty discharge or nose 8td ter, Stanford; Harry Carter, Stan l relieves kick headache; dullness, Ky. Sunday. ti ford. J Mrs. "Jack Terry and daughter, fflverishness, sore throat, sneezing, candies can T.nWTtfRY'S famous Miss Katherine, of Real's Greek, and soreness and' stiffness. Pharstuffed-up- ! , Quit blowi- now be obtained at Don't. stay Mrs. Dollie Rainey, of Stanford; were announce that throtT-bin- g macy, which is glad to the guests of Mrs." Jean Deatherage ng- and snuffling! Ease your ana pab" head nothing else in the world it can offer this ceieoratea A fresh - v)si . last week. 'Tape's ular brand to its friends. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Conrad gives such .prompt relief as only ywNr nf assorted kinds, in boxes, are the guests of Mrs. Tom Mason. Cold Compound," which costs acta Lat all 'times. Nothing is nicer for Mrs. Rose Lunsford of Gilbert's 85 cents an any drSg store. It lancoin your lady friend.-J!h- e Creek visited Mrs. Will Benton last without assistance, tastes nice, and formerly Shugars Drug Stare? causes no inconveneince. Accept no week. 9"2 10-- 1 Stanford. Katherine Cormney is visiting rela- - substitute. t Cer-tificat- es or This Is A Year Of Thrift In The United States! Get One of Our of Deposit Bearing 3 per cent, for any amt. from" $25.00, jio. Suit Of Underwear ? Lincoln County National Bank. JMunsing Union Suits, j Journal 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. Wright's Wool Fleeced, What -- This Is Your Opportunity To Get Underwear Cheap.- l Try McRoberis & Bailey WORD nt g t - 6-- 8-- -- -- an-absce- 9-- 4t last-week- four-year-old- three-year-o- ld Y, 6-- 4t 9-- 10-ce- nt f p- I 9-- 2t Bal-lard- 6-- 3p V 3-- 1 -- 9-- 4t 2 OFF 9-- On All Winter Clothing. We Are Compelled To Make Room For Spring Goods. Ten Days Only. 7-- the-Lincol- Let Us Print ROBINSON'S. Ll Your Sale Bills 5T" s , -- ' ". The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 4, 1916. BE SURE TO CONSULT OR WRITE THE Page Five OFFICERS OF THE "Why Swear, Dfar? Use 'Gets-I- t' for Corns!" c Hustonville, were guests today of his I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rienev. "J".R. Routt and E. R. Galbreath, of. Junction City, 'were' in town on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rigney, 'of An Ideal Remedy For Nursing Mothers COMPOUND First National Bank, STANFORD, KY. Before Opening Your Bank Account. Itf s the New Flan. Simple. Sure as Fate. Applied in a Pew Seconds. "Why, John, I never knew you to use such language! J,'ve told you several times it's no use to try those bandages, salves, tapes, plasters, and Heard About Town Parsons has just finished a aeat job of painting for Dr. R. L. Davison, and his dental office is now as neat and spick and span as any to be found anywhere. 33ick OF SIMPLE LAXA-TIV- E HERBS SAFE FOR BABY AND MOTHER They Will Pay You Three Per Cent. interest on time deposits, and three per cent Interest on Savings Accounts, and will Furnish you the money to run your business, granting such accommodations as are consistent with conservative and progressive banking. SAVING, LIKE SPENDING ITJ Arthur Henry, a brother of the late Jeff Henry, of this county, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Wagoner, of Bnurbon county, of heart trouble. Little Jessie Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Dunn is still very ill at their home north of town as a result of the fall he sustained on ice a couple of weeks ago. , 'Ton Wouldn't tose Tour Temper, .Tolm. If You Used Gets-It- " for Those Corusl'1 some-'Gets-It'- , A Habit That Always Brings Wealth Personal and Social Social Calendar. The Mother's Club will Feb. meet with Mrs. John S. Baughman 7. at, 2 o'clock. j Miss Anne Ellis is the guest of Mrs. J. A. Blain at Hustonville. J. F. Cook, of Lexington, was over "Wednesday looking after his fine Dix r r ) h vv VJ- -. Lebanon Junction, are with hnmp in Lancaster. folks for the week. Miss Katherine "Anderson has been Prof. Oscar B. Fallis, of Danville, the guest of Mrs. James A. Dalton was in town the latter part of the in Lancaster. Mrs. W. K. Shugars has been with week. her mother, Mrs. K. L. Tanner at McMiss Martha Kavanaugh, of Lancaster, was the k visitor of Kinney. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Traylor and Dr. Ed Price. family- - have moved to the house of Mrs. A. J. Rice and Miss Elizabeth B. L. Fagaly on Lancaster street, Simpson, of Lancaster, have been Mrs. McKinney DeHaven, of Mt. where they are pleasantly domiciled. ble. Sterling, is the guest of Miss Nancy the guests of Mrs. A. C Carman. W. R. Falconberry, of the Waynes-bur- g Mrs. E. J. Brown went to LancasYeager. section, is the guest of his R. M. Newland, local agent for the Miss Martha Sacray has been vis ter Thursday morning to see her son, daughter, Mrs. Ed Henry on the Russell and wife before they leave Danville nifcp. Indiana ajid Ohio Live Stock Insurjn Dan-r i.- iting her' sister, . r .new "" hone at Asheville, rN. C ville. Miss Isabelle Givens was the guest! ance Company, attended the Jubilee i , Mrs. G. L. Penny spent several .of honoi at an entertainmehr.gi $ee,tin.?, Mrs. S. E. Owsley, of Louisville", I,?1 'rusville.Ind., Wednesday night, and days in Cincinnati this week, with by Misses Frances has been the visitor of Mrs. J. B. ....j, .ujr. also.visited with the other agents Jones, who has rooms at Mr. H. M. her daughter, Miss Berta Jean Pen- evening. farm of J. ney, and attending grand opera. Col. J. W. Guest, of Crab Orchard the large Percheron Noe's on Lancaster street. Crouch & Sons, importers of Per- Miss Salile Reynolds, and sister, whJ has been quite ill, is considerably cherons, at Lafayette, Ind. Mr. New-lan- d Mrs. Bessie McClure, of Mt. Vernon, improved. Dr. W. M. Doores, of the won the trip by writing enough are guests of their aunt, Mrs. E. J. same city, is convalescent this paper A insurance for his company to qualify is glad to state. Brown and family. guest of the Mrs. David Scott aftdi'aVIiss Ellen him for the trip as a Mrs. W. M. Eldridge, of Paint Lick company. Mother-to-- be was a most delightIt came . Thursday for a visit to her Scott, who have been quite ill 'at y ful affair, in every way. JnaV.hiprt in ihnca daughter, Miss Elizabeth Eldridge, their home in the Goshen section, are We are all creallv who tell their experiences. And among of the High School faculty, and while considerably improved, their friends W. A. Todd, who went from the the many things 'which here will be the guest of Mrs. W. N. are glad to know. we read about and Craig, Mrs. W. B. McKinney, Preachersville section to Mississippi Miss Jean Paxton entertained in and are of immediate Imhonor of Miss Isabelle Givens at her a few months ago, was up on busiportance to the expe- Miss Belle Denny. ctant mother, is a splenR T. Bruce entertained a number home on Danville avenue Saturday. ness late last week for a few days did external remedy his new called "Mother's of his friends at supper Wednesday Quite a number of their friends were and returned toafternoon. home in the Mr. Todd Friend." This is ap- evening in honor of Messrs. present and all enjoyed a delightful south Tuesday Tom plied over the muscles is greatly pleased with Mississippi, Moberley-an- d W. B. Turley, of Rich- - evening. Of the stnmnrii. U !o deeply penetrating in ' mond Am ong" those- - pr.eqenjt,were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pruitt, who and says he will soon have a number us jnnuence. Motnejs c J. Brown, J. C. Bailey and Kavebe3n; guests,' of"their daughter, of farms in that section for sale everywhere tell of its Ur cuuuuii cnecr, now it W. O. Walker. Mrs. W. D, WelbUrn'rurneao- which he believeswill .exactly suit allays pains incident to Miss Lyle Cooper delightfully en- their home at Mbrela"nd Wednesday, many Lincoln county people who are ligaments and mnscles. They "tell restfui tertained the Young-Ladie- s' of Sewing Mrs. Pruitt having convalesced suf .looking for new locations. He will comfort, of calm, peaceful nights' nn nh. advertise, them in the I. J. a little fence of those distresses peculiar to the pe- Circle at her home Wednesday after- ficiently to make the trip. riod of expectancy, relief from mornins Mrs. W. R. Todd went to Lancas- Jater. f .ckness, no more of that apprehension with noon. A delicious luncheon was winch so many young women's minds be- - served and the afternoon made a ter Thursday morning, to resume her ic ls a splendid help. Get most enjoyable one. Among the work as head of the Expression Dea bottle of "Mother's Frin,i ,... v nearest druggist. Ask your husband to get guests were Mesdames McKee Riffe, partment of the Lancaster High Girls! Thicken and it for you. Then write to Bradneld Reg-- J B rerKins, O. Ii. John O. School, in which she is having notable ulator Co, 408 Lamar BIdg., Atlanta Ga Beautify Your Hair r a ly liandsome and instructive book! Reid, Logan McCall, Misses Jose- - success. She is in Lancaster Tuesy, Kate D. Raney, Lottie days, Thursdays and Fridays. Idpall Phine and Stop 'Dandruff of maternity. And best of all are some let- - Carson, Lucy Lee Walton and Anne are real inspirations, D. McRoberts. "'V'"'" ,UUUiC ROOK CLUB ENTERTAINED. write today. Try This! Your Hair Gets Wavy, Mrs. J. B. Paxton delightfully enGlossy and Abundant tertained the Rook Club at her home At Once. on Danville avenue Thursday afternoon. This was the first time the To be possessed of a head of heavy club had met for some time on account of inclement weather and ill- beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, ness of the members, and it was a wavy and free from dandruff is merevery cordial hospitality that the .mem- ly a matter of using a little Dander-in- e. bers and other guests received from THESE NIGHTS. the gracious hostess in,her new home, It is easy and' inexpensive to have which was attractively decorated for nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just Why not make yourself comfortable bottle of Knowlton's the occasion. A delicious salad get a Among those Danderine now all drug stores rec course was served. night as well as the day time? We are makpresent were Mesdames W. A. Trib-bl- e, ommend it apply a little as directed ing a Special Offer for G. G. Perry, A. H. Severance, A. and within ten minutes there will be M. Pence, W. W, Saunders C. H. an appearance of abundance, freshFoster, J. B. Foster, S. M. Saufley, ness, fluffiness and and an incomparH. R. Saufley, J. C. Bailey, J.S. Rice, able gloss- and lustre, and try as you J. G. Carpenter, J. T. Embry, E. D. will you can not find a trace of dans of Penninerton. J. H. Woods, R. T. druff or falling hair; but your real Bruce, G. B. Cooper, Misses Mary surprise will be after about two weeks I Bruce, Sue T. Engleman, Lucy Lee use, when you will see new hair Walton, Jennie Warren and Bettie fine and downy at first yes but" really new hair sprouting out air Paxton. : over your scalp Danderine is, we believe, the only sure hair grower, Catarrh Cannot Be Cured They are priced regularly cure for $1 to $1.50. They With LOCAIi APPLICATIONS, as they cannot destroyer of dandruff and reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh ls a blood itchy scalp and it never fails to stop are nice and warm and just or disease, and in enre It thing for cold yonconstitutionalinternal remedies. order to Catarrh falling hair at once. mast take Ball's directly upon is and weather wear. We have a nice line of Men's Carebloodtaken internally,surfaces.actsHall's Catarrh If you want to prove how pretty tbQ and mucous Care ls not a quack mfedlcine. It was pre- and soft your hair really is, moisten scribed by one of the best "physicians n this Night Shirts and for little fellows also. country for years and Is a regular prescription. a cloth with a little Danderine and It is composed of tbe best tonics known, com- carefully draw it through your hairbined with the best' blood purifiers. --acting directly on tbe mucous surfaces.' The "perfect taking one. small strand at a time. i combination of tbe two Ugredlentsawhat pro duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh." :Your hair will be soft, glossy and Bend for testimonials, free. Jj beautiful in just a few moments r F. J. CHENEX & CO.,7Propf.,, Toledo, C. SALEM A SALEM. delightfuh surprise awaits, everyone Bold price 75c. ' y 10-- 1 Take Hall's Family Fills See eewtlffttleg, who tries this. mid-weeMrs-Merritt - iness trip. ' Mrs. Anna Bailey went to Lancaster Wednesday to spend a few days. Mr. T. J. Moberly, a prominent Richmond merchant, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mahan, of Lancaster, were over this week in a new Overland car. river farm. Mr. J. S. Hocker went to Louisville ing the grand opera performances. Mi-- 3 Hannah Aldridge has been Wednesday afternoon for a brief vis-- j Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hampton, of iting Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond contraptions for corns. Here's it's just wonderful how easy, clear and clean it makes any corn come right off. Takes but a few seconds to apply. It dries at once. Put your sock on right over it, there's nothing to stick or roll up, form a IS bundle of your toe, or press on the con. It's painless, simple as rolling .V'i a iog. jnow put away those Knives, razors and scissors, use 'Gets-I- t' and you'll have a sweeter disposition and more and calluses." I no "Gets-It- " corns sold by druggists everyis where, 25c, a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. W. R. and Clifford Willis were in Sold in Stanford and recommendIrvine on business this week. ed as the world's best corn, remedy, Morris Bruce is confined to his by the Lincoln Pharmacy. home on account of illness. Mrs. M. D. Elmore has been a grip Strother Carter went to Cincinnati victim. where he will take a position with the Mrs. Melissa Martin visited relaL. &. N. Railway. tives at her old home at Perryville. W. R. Todd was in London Thur- Howard Newland visited friends in day looking after his insurance busi- Lexington early in the week. ness Little Daniel Riffe, of Hustonville, Miss Ellen Ballou spent several j is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Jes days in Cincinnati this week attend- - sie Stagg. A HABIT visn Has-elde- Winfrey Duncan was in Frankfort early in the week. He was offered a position in the examiners' department of the State Insurance Board, but not being familiar with the sort of work required, declined it. 4 t J. S. Barnes and family, who have been on the Cook Dix river farm for the past year, have moved back to Fayette county, much to the regret ?f the many friends formed during In renewing for the I. J. for antheir sojourn in Lincoln. Mr. Barnes other year, Oscar Brent, writes from has secured a good farm in that Hopedale, 111., that "we could not county. get along without the dear old I. J." W. M. Hollar, of Bourbon county, has moved his family over rom Theodore Reynolds and Monroe Bourbon county to the farm on Dix Thompson, the live wire farm dealriver owned by Jesse F. Cook, of Lexington. He is said to be an ex- ers and brokers of Waynesburg, were ceptionally good farmer and'impress-e- s in Stanford Friday and gave the I. for their spring farm all who come in contact with him J. a big catalogue, and a lot of other station?s being a fine young fellow. ery. These fellows are among the T Deputy Internal Revenue Collector most successful farm handlers in this Rowan Saufley has let a contract to part of the state, and know that it Contractor Will Stone to rebuild and pays to advertise, and get their printrepair his home on Danville avenue ed matter out to customers in nice Both are splendid business which was recently so badly damaged shape. by fire. Mr. Stone will start work men, stand right at the top in their upon the building about March 1st. community and the fact that they Mr. Stone is -- one of the best known contractors in this section of the state and the fact that he will have charge of this work insures that it will be done in the best shape possi-oi-de- Constipation is a condition that affects the old, young and middle-age- d and most people at one time or another need help in regulating the action of the bowels. Harsh cathartics and purgatives should not be employed to relieve cojistipation, as their effect is only temporary while they shock the system unnecessarily. A remedy that can be used with perfect safety for the tiniest baby and that is equally effective for the strongest constitution is found in the combination of simple laxative herbs known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and sold in drug stores everywhere for fifty cents a bottle. This is an ideal household remedy and should be in every family medicine chest. Mrs. F. L. Barsolow, 18 Leslie St., Holyoke, Mass., wrote to Dr. Cald- well, "Syrup Pepsin certainly is fine. gave it to my baby, Evelyn, and al- -' s-- ' " jer cSaJ jf"'c. TCW33P,wi.,v . A'X?Wi ,- ' a 4. 9LtV Vs W .u. . i so ? EVELYN BARSOLOW took it myself. It is the only medicine I have been able to take without affecting Baby in the nursing. I have used it for all four children and it is fine; they like it and ask for it." .A trial bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin can be obtained, free of charge, by writing to Dr. W. B. Calu..v!!. 454 Washington St., Mon-- I ticello, 111. ( are doing a bigger business all the time indicates that they have the complete confidence of their friend and customers. Spend Yonr Meiey with your heme merchants. They help pay the taxes, keep up the schools, build roads, and make this a community worth while. You will find the advertising of the best ones in this paper. r Men's Fine Shoes fn wi LtpE-tftei! ... ' TWr . fT? iar25fi5xr'i The Newest, Niftiest, Nobbiest Footwear Can Always be Had at This Store. Fine Aid For 'i - t- - ...".; "s SZdTuft M fcw OfSSSI '. w .fcv : It's Mighty Cold Have Your Netft Pair Florsheiro, Eclipse orW. L. Douglas. at 25-ce- nt $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5.00. . SATURDAY ONLY! at - Ladies' Outing Cloth Night Gowns At Only 79 Cents, the Shoes. Come and treat your feet to a pair of reaionoes. iou can not Know how gocd vour feet will look until you have your shoes properly fitted. We, ourselves, will take pleasure in seeing that you get the kind of shoes you want. Every good model is here, every last, every leather. Try us for your next pair and see if you don't get shoe service not obtained elsewhere. Everything in Footwear from Childhood to Old Age. The best there is to be had in Men's Fine "- v r the The Bargain Store, 'i - PHILLHS s & PHILUPS. Jr. -- t vf'Kt.a . Vtt'Y -w, . i.- . -- K S age Six (The Interior Journal" Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 4, 1916. NOTORIOUS CONDITIONS ARM BROKEN IN THREE PLACES stealth fer i. m THE SIMPLEST In Newport and Covington' on. Sun-da- y Told of by Rev. Hagin. Rev. Joseph W. Hagin, formerly pastor of the Christian church here, writes the following to the I. J., in regard to conditions at Covington and Newport on the Sabbath: Covington, Ky, Jan. 29. Mr. Shelton M. Saufley, Stanford, Kentucky, Dear Mr. Saufley:- - On behalf oi the Covington Ministers' Association and on my own account I thank you for the valuable support, which you have given to the effort to secure such remedial legislation as will make effective here the laws regulating the sale of intoxicants on Sunday. In the office of the Attorney General is a court record on which rests the statements made in the circular from which you quoted in your last issue of the Interior Journal. The local condition is well known in the northern part of Kentucky and will soon be notorious throughout the state. If we are denied any relief by the present legislature, out of consideration of the power and wishes of the liquor interests, the people of Kentucky will ask why in two years from now, and in four years the present administration will have to answer the question in definite and satisfactory terms. For more than fifteen years the Interior Journal has been a visitor in our home. None of the other periodicals which come to my table is read more eagerly or more regularly. To us it is an essential of the home. It keeps us in touch with a community second to none I have ever known and among whose citizens are some of my best friends. I congratulate you as the editor and publisher of a paper which does not stop with publishing the news, but rings true in dealing with all moral and ethical problems presented to it. Your editorial policy is not equivocal, but, your positive multiposition is known to tude of readers in this and other states. With best wishes for the future of the Interior Journal and the warmest and personal regard for its editor, I am, Cordially yours, JOSEPH W. HAGIN. semi-week- ly WAY IS THE BEST WAY A. E. Lercho of Springfield Gives a Recipe for Getting Over the Blues Lucien Faulkner Sustains Severe In juries at Highland. Highland, Feb. 3. Mr. Lucian Faulkner happened to a terrible accident Saturday morning while at work at the mill. His arm was caught in some of the machinery and thrown out of place and broken in three places. His many friends hope to see him out real soon. The presiding elder held his quarterly meeting at the Methodist church last Saturday and Sunday. A large congregation was present at both ser mons. tfiek women ; For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Has Been Woman's Most Reliable Medicine Here is More Proof. I pill ife Zi Mil MM . A. E. LERCHE f To women who are suffering from some form of woman s special ins, auu nave a. cuusumi. icai ui uiGm.uig down, thethree following letters ought to bring hope: North Crandon, Wis. "When I was 16 years old I got marrfed and at 18 years I gave birth to twins and it left me with very poor hea.lth.I could not walk across the floor without having to sit down to rest and it was hard for me to keep about and do my work. I went to a doctor and he told me I had a displacement and ulcers, and would have to have an operation. This frightened me so much that I did not know what to do. Having heard of Lydia E. Pmkliam's Vegetable Compound I thought I would give it a trial and it made me as well as ever. I cannot say enough in favor of the Finkham remedies." Mrs. Maysib Asbach, Xorth Crandon, Wis. iiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiinilii "it Is well to know the simplest and best way to get rid of them. Cranki- "If you ever get the blues," he said, I3S ness, nervousness and general upset condition preceding the blues usually are due to the relentless grip of constipation on the nervous system. The simplest way to meet this condition is to have a lox of lexall Orderlies in youF pocket and the besf ft'ny is to take one whan you feel theattpek coining "on. It is llie tiucst laxative for men, women and children I know of, and Is a regular antidote for the blues the best ever." We have the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. PENNY'S DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE NEAL'S CREEK. Mr. B. P. Martin, of Rowland, was out to see Mr. Henry Kitts one day last week. Mr. Richard Daugherty is working for Mr. Wm. Fields at Hustonville. He is missed here by all his friends. Miss Julia Williams came over to see Misses Oca and Chloe Farmer last Testimony from Oklahoma. Lawton, Okla. "When I began to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I seemed to be good for nothing. I tired easily and had headaches much of the time and was irregular. I took it again before my little child was born and it did me a wonderful amount of good at that time. I never fail to recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to ailing women because it has done so much for me." Mrs. A. L. McCasland, 509 Have St., Lawton, Okla. The people of this place are suffering with cold and grip. Mr. and Mrs. John Young are still on the sick list, but seem to be improving. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Baugh and family have gone to Louisville to visit relatives, and if they like the city wili probably locate there. Mrs. Stella Williams has been ill with the grip. Mrs. C. M. Young is very ill at this writing. Miss May Johnson has been a grip victim for several days, but is somewhat better now. Mrs. Zora Roger's school closed last week with much regret from the pupils. Mrs. Rogers was an excellent teacher. Mr. Lucien Reed left last week for Detroit, Mich. His many friends regret to see him leave. The singing choir of this place was invited to sing at the meeting at Kings Mountain on Sunday night. Miss Minnie Young continues very low. Miss Serena Young spent the week end with her parents at this place. Miss Myrtle Johnson has been very ill with the grip and tonsilitis. Misses Pearl Cook and Lila Lews were the guests of Miss Grace and rM. -- . It-il- "The Kind Mother Uses' "Everv time mother eets out Calu met I know there's going to be good things to eat at our house. Delicious, tender, tempting doughnuts, biscuits, cakes and pies! I've never seen a bake day failure with Calumet. Mother says it's the only Baking Powder that insures unuorm resuus. Received Highest Awad3 .Vu CetiEulFrti i Si$ r. t .k. From Roxbury, Mass. "I was suffering from inflammation and was examined by a physician who found that my trouble was caused by a displacement. My symptoms were bearing down pains, backache, and sluggish liver. I tried several kinds of medicine; then I was asked to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It has cured me and I am pleased to be in my usual good health by using it and highly recommend it." Mrs. B. M. Osgood, 1 Haynes Park, Roxbury, Mass. If von want snecial advice write to Iydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence a Grateful Massachusetts Woman. Sunday. Miss Thelma Hutchinson spent Sunday with Misses Mary and Cassie Daugherty. Miss Verdell Young spent Sunday with the Misses Farmer. Our school closed here last Friday. Mr. Singleton is a good teacher and made many friends during the school term. Mr. Ambrose Williams, of Eubanks was the guest of Miss Oca Farmer Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Lester and daughter, Earl, spent several days with. Mr. and Mrs. Mc. Floyd. There is quite a good deal of sickness in this section of the county. Miss Oca Farmer has been-- on Jthe sick list. Mr. Roland Singleton was down here last week. Lucille Young Sunday. Mrs. Maud Carrier is very low with tuberculosis. Swamp-Roo- fMjt Stops Serious Backache t ASTAfilOFHOPE A", iLOrkEKBEI' 2u Q iCOM-CEL-SA- R -- y ' . v FOR ? o- 25 Q - The Great Stomach, Liver Kidney and Blood Remedy On Sale $1.00 SUFFERERS ROOTS-HE- RBS at All Drug Stores BELL'S For your cold, for your cough, for your feverish throat, nose and head, use Dr. Bell's Honey soothes the irritation, Pine- Tar cuts the phlegm, thus relieving: congestion. Pine Tar also acts as an antiseptic, as a result general Breathing becomes relief follows. easier and further inflammation is arrested. Insist on Dr. Bell's It is an ideal treatment. Price 25c. DR.-PINE-TAR-HONEY, Pine-Tar-HonPine-Tar-Hone- y. FOR THREE BOXES ' Makes Three Quarts of Medicine LASTS Middleburg much excitement here at the outset, doesn't seem to be bothering any one now. The subject is hardly discussed. The European war that caused so THREE MONTHS Toilet Articles There's great satisfaction in using toilet goods m rfc C- J7i 1 IV if V v? ro &((eYS: i " fs h vi 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. The high price of gasoline is not bothering automobile owners in these parts. The roads are in such a condition that the use of a buggy on them is out of the question to say nothing of a trip over them in an automobile. It is reported than Lee Wesely at Yosemite has been awarded the contract for carrying the mail on the Dunnville and McKinney route. It strikes us that some of the prospective candidates for Congress in this district are venturing on rather slippery grounds when they claim a close alliance, with the state administration, and urge that a reason for their nomination. Governor Stanley is making a good chief executive, but it should not be forgotten that he won that position only by the skin of his teeth. That claim won't work in this neck of the woods. MANY PEOPLE DON'T KNOW. A sluggish livercan cause a person an awful lot of misery. Spells of dizziness, headaches, constipation and biliousness are sure signs that your liver needs, help. Take Dr. King's Mew Life Pills and see how they help tone up the whole system. Fine for the stomach too. Aids digestion. Purifies the blood and clears the complexion. Only 25c, at Cojpae and See our display of and bath-- 1 fifte" soaps for the complexion ' ) a scented waters, perfumes, cold creams, cosmetics, manicure sets, lotions, hair tonics, skin foods. combs, brushes, sponges and the like. ypur Druggist. ' jVliss The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. J. W. ACEY, Proprietor. Lancaster Marie Ballard is at home from the Normal school at Richmond. She will begin teaching a Spring school at an early date. The sisters and brothers of the late Mr. Bruce Arnold have brought suit against the Rock Island railroad company, for $20,000.00. It will be remembered the deceased was killed in a wreck on that road several months ago. Mr. Hardin Ward and Miss Zannie Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, ComefgBack and Get Your Money. GEORGE H. FARRIS. Carter, of Cartersville, were united in marriage by. Rev. F. P. Bryant, at his residence. Rev. Hudson, of Sharpsburg, filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday. He was accompanied here by his wife. When your back aches, and your bladder and kidneys seem to be disordered, remember it is needless to 1916. Mr. P. T. Pence's horse which was suffer go to your nearest drug store get a bottle of Dr. Kilmer's crippled some time ago, is no better-Mr- s. and Swamp-Roo- t. It is a physician's preLizzie Watson is somewhat scription for diseases of the kidneys better. and bladder. Sam Watson. is visiting his mother. It has stood the test of years and George White lost a fine hog a few has a reputation for quickly and ef- ' fectively giving results in thousands days ago while driving them to his place. The, animal became overheatof cases. This prescription was used by Dr. ed and it was necessary to kill it. da Mrs. Sallie Sowder and Mrs. Kilmer in his private practice and Barnes were the guests last was so effective that it has been placed on sale everywhere. Get a Sunday of Mrs. Ethel White. bottle, 50c, and $1.00, at your nearGREEN RIVER. Joel T. Wayne, of the Parksville est druggist. However, if you wish first to test section died Wednesday, aged 76. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wells left Satthis great preparation send ten cents urday for Greenfield, Illinois, where to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, he has a position, and will make BOWEN. their N. Y., for a sample bottle. When future home. The Death Angel paid a visit to writing be sure and mention the Mr. and Mrs. Kinnaird Ooaks, of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Coff-ma- n, Interior Journal, Stanford and carried away their little Ky. 9,10,11,12 Hubble have returned home after a pleasant visit to her parents, Mr." baby, aged nine months. The little and Mrs. Abner Young. child was laid to rest in Harris Creek Mt. Zion Claude Gerkey, who has been workcemetery. ing in Garrard county, is with his Mr. L. P. Coffman, who has been The Death Angel visited the home sick for quite a while,is able to be of Mr. G. P. Hendrickson, and car- homefolks for a while. out again. Mr. Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wilcher were ried away his father-in-laMr. Lindsey Coffman, of Indianap- Deceased was about 85 years of age out from McKinney last week visitolis, has been visiting his friends at and had been ill for a number of ing relatives. Bowen. weeks with a complication of diseasJVIr. J. L. Wells is building a Mr. Nathan Coffman and wife are es. The heartfelt sympathy of the on his farm here. receiving congratulations over the ar- entire community goes out to his relMiss Georgia Floyd, of Geneva, rival of a little girl in their home. atives in their sad hour. and Mr. Ambrose Williams, of Elm- Messrs. Lindsey and Ike McCowan Mrs. Mary Peace is confined to her i wood Place, Ohio, vere week-en- d went fox hunting one night last week room with grip. guesto ct Mrs. James Winkle's. and were run home by a wild cat. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thompson are Mr. Joe Baugh and family of HighMr. Lindsey McCowan will leave somewhat improved at this writing. land, have been recent guests at Ken-l- ey soon for Indianapolis, where he will Rev. James Todd will preach at Eastin's. make his future home. Mr. P. T. Peace's the first Sunday Marion Wells, who has been absent in February, at 1:00 o'clock. We for two years, has arrived home from hope to see a large crowd present. Greenfield, 111., to be with his father Mr. Charles Brown and family for a while. SAVES DAUGHTER havegone to Ohio to make their home Miss Julia Williams, who is teachin the future. ing the Miracle school, will return to Mr. George Denny and children her home in the southern section of Advice of Mother DoiBt Pre-reit- s have moved to Broughtontown. the county, at the close of the school Miss Mae Adams was the guest of next Friday. Daughter's Uitwelj End. her cousin, Miss Geneva Brown last Mrs. Jane Floyd and little grandSaturday. daughter, Miss Flossie Floyd, are visMrs. Ethel White continues very iting the former's daughter, Mrs. Roy Ready, Ky. " 1 was not able to dc ill. Goodpaster at Harrodsburg. anything for nearly six months," writes been sufMrs. Annie McGuffie and son, HoMr. Bryant Brown has Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and fering from grip, but is somewhat mer Vest, of the Waynesburg section-arwas down in bed for three months. the gues.ts of her sister, Mrs. HorI cannot tell you how I suffered with better now. my head, and with nervousness and Good attendance is had every Sun- ace Floyd, at Jumbo. womanly troubles. Miss Mary Bastin is numbered day at Sunday school. Let's keep Our family doctor told my husband he up the good work. with the sick. could not do me any good, and he had Miss Julia Williams and her broMr. V. S. Brown has been laid up to give it up. We tried another doctor, ther, Ambrose Williams, spent Sunwith grip. bat he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me to take I Mr. Wm. Thompson was the guest day afternoon with Misses Oca and Cardui, the woman's tonic. I thougul' of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Chlo Farmer at Neal's Creek. it urae nn iicp ffjr I wac nparlv fp ltr.t t Thompson last Sunday. nothing seemed to do me anygood. But Mrs. Ida Thompson was the guest I took eleven bottles, and now I am able TO THE PUBLIC. to do all of my work and my own of her sister, Mrs. Ethel"White last I represent tne largest and best washing. Sunday. clothing house in this I think Cardui is the best medicine Mr. J. L. Simpson received the sad country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago world. My weight has increased, news of the death of his aged mother 111. My experience in measuring and and 1 look the picture of health. " making of your clothes, week. He was unable to go see directing the advantaee over one who If you suffer from any of the ailments last gives me the peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardu her. is not a practical tailor. If you will today. Delay is dangerous. We know Mrs. Lizzie Simpson, was the, guest give me your order I wiil promise it will help you, for it has helped sc of Mrs. Ida Thompson Monday. you a square deal. Tou will get the many thousands of other weak womer. Simpson is preparing to worth of your money, either in the Mr. Oscar in the past 50 years. cheapest grades or the higher priced. go to Illinois, much to the regret of My FALL and WINTER" line or At all druggists. samples are now ready for your intheir many friendB. Gene Thompson has rented the spection. Call and let me show you. Advisory .Dept.. Chattanooga. Term., for Sttaa of Malcolm Irvin's for the year U. C. RUPLEY, the Practical TailoV TrMUtwot for Woman." In plain wrapper. M.C. 1 25 farm J Lu-cinsemi-- Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not save you money. Calnmetdoes it'sPure and far superior to sour milk and soda. weekly w, new-residenc- e I e made-to-ord- er ir-th- e . v V. i rv y m 9 Page Seven -. ' The Interior Journal,. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 4, 1916. Bad Cough? Feverish? Grippy ? These Ailments Weaken Your System. Your Body Then Needs the Help of Dr. King's New Discovery.' 5 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S NEW OMAHA FOLDER. Colds are annoying. They interfere with our duties. In our "weakened condition they mayend in a spell of sickness or even more serious ailments. Fear, however, should be Dvercome, for in Dr. King's New Discovery you have an effective rem All druggists. edy. Dr. King's New Discovery contains the ingredients which fight cold germs, which soothe your cough, healing the irritated and inflamed mucous membranes. Just as soon as you start taking Dr. King's New Discovery your recovery is assured. Without assistance your weakened system tries in vain to throw off these cold germs. Your'system cries for help and Dr. King's New Discovery is just the remedy needed. Get a bottle Take at once. You will feel much better to-da- y. to-morr- t mmWttUT 3&m.w'',. fmmZ 2ZzzGr 'ym. yCI ivilft ' " KMMKKKMKMMM1 sg f sTjS&1111 -- -- : rfcErtFI! reW i----- - I .gst JZZ X SfS m M - M M- - W M M M S?03F " Wfn,,, I I Does Pain Interfere? There is a remedy M PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. rnone: Uthce Z4U; Kes. lo: f J. Phone 214 Rooms 28-29, B. PERKINS DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD, KY. W. W.BURGIN DENTIST Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding Cemetery Hill, Phone 164 h- - HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Fine Monumental Work Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday STANFORD, KY. Night Phone 186 Day Phone 95t JNO. M. CASEY, D. V. M. Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College (Rec. by U. S..Gov.) Office: Burton's Stable Kentucky Lancaster, . Livery and Hauling Call phone 249 and let us send our motor truck for your trunk, baggage or furniture. We have auto service or safe horses, nice, carriages in our livery. Try us and you'll be pleased. II II ) Kentucky aged, her friends are quite distressed about her. News has just reached here that she cannot recover. Mrs. Maggie Gover, of Stanford, See W. K. Warner's who with Shirley, has been with Bargain Window!! fripnrJs hfrf Tpt.nrnfifl to Stanford you are interested in Bath-rooIf gfurav fixtures, get his prices now. He is One of our successful farmers who prepared to save you money and give you a guarantee on an worK in ougnt to Know, nas usKeu us wny we Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. don't say something about the great Stanford, Ky, , possibilities a first class huckster Phone. 188. ! might have by locating in Crab Or- chard. This farmer says that it has Auto Bus Between from eight been nothing unusual Danville and Stanford hundred to a thousandfor dollars worth Daily Except, Sunday a c u:,i wo riA v,x. j luci it u i TT i. 1 aiiu puuiif,. jr ttiiu nfk. Jki J ii this Pinl t0 be fl mTM at 10:00 Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at during one month. So we invite i someone 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. with pluck, energy and hon- and Packages oarnea at esty to consider this matter seriously Bundles LiOW VylliUlica Mr. Steve Teaters accompanied his O. L. MINKS, Proprietor mother, Mrs. Emma Farris home from Pinehill, and will remain here a short Joseph Price Sanatorium time. The many friends of Charlie Moore Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Supt. asson of Ward Moore, will regret to Highcation. Skilful Located on sistants; aseptic rooms, beds, furni- - learn that he is suffering from a par- xure anu upeuii uuuiu i" ue&t alytic stroke on bis face. He is in shine, heat and ventilation; massage; Detroit, Mien. liydrotherapy and hot air baths and) Mrs. Robert Thompson and Miss electrotherapy. to Mt. Vernon . Tanner went Thompson's Tuesday . Physicians, of Lincoln and adjoin-- -' t visit M mother, ing counties invited to bring their pa- Mrs tients, .operate and treat them and charge for same. Office in Lincoln! The Endeavor will entertain its County National Bank building; Junior members Saturday at the from 8 to 12 a.m.,2,4,8 p.m. and Saturday nght, the Senior Surgery, diseases of eye, nose, ear, i members will be entertained at the throat, gynecology, genito-urinar- y organs, rectum and skin. No conta- - Christian church. Everyone is diseases admitted. Glasses pre-- 1 vited to attend, i scribed when necessary. Rev J G. Livingston preached a most interesting and helpful sermon A BIG $2's WORTH, THIS. at the Christian church last Sunday. Here is an offer that simply can't As we looked upon this faithful min- be beaten anywhere: The I. J. one ister of the gospel who has grown year, the Metropolitan magazine one gray, and bent with age, in the Masyear, Farm and Home one year and ter's service, we thought what a great Woman's World one year, all for reward is to be his in a few more 2. Send cash or check at once to short years, and how bright his crown I. J. for this great offer won't last will be and how many trophies he long and it certainly a bargain. tf will be able to lay at his Lord's feet. He referred with deep emotion to the many familiar faces he missed since he preached for this church thirty years ago. His good works will surely follow him. Cent Mr. Garner Price seems to be improving some. Stanford MASTERS ... up-to-d- bug-""giesa- nd & BOWYER The above is a picture of the ?. ' and labor saver, attaching directly J.'s new Omaha folder which is used to the printing press, and folding the The Dixie Rook Club was eleganteight-pag- e paper which paper itself without handling. Come ly entertained at the Springs Thurs- to fold the is now issued each Friday. It is a in any Friday afternoon and see it day night by Mesdames Willis and Anderson. A delicious fruit and sal- - mechanical wonder, and a great time work. ad course was served and every one fc mronSno- HIGH SCHOOL SUPERVISOR'S REPORT SHOWS STANFORD LEADS WUVII WrA& WAJ J oni "J Those present were: Mr. Willis and Supt. W. C. Wilson is in receipt of the last Biennial Report of the Miss Mary Gray; Mr. Robinson and High School Supervisor of Kentucky, from which he has collected the Mrs. Sam Tatem; Mr. Moberley and Miss Kate Middleton; Mr. Walter following data and which proves that the tax payers of the Stanford High Goodwin and wife; Mr. Wallace Go-v- School are getting tfteir high school instruction at a less rate per pupil and wife; Mr. and Mrs. Skyles; than any of the towns of its size in the state and even less than towns Mr. and Mrs. James Carpenter; Mr. of much greater size. The facts as shown in this report, are, Tom Hays Bronaugli and Mrs. M. 1913-191- 4 Condor; Mr. Shirley Gover and Miss H. S. Amt. No. Cost per Phillips; Dr. Strader and Mrs. L. L. Name of School. Class Teachers Ex for Inst. Pupils Pupil Sanders; Mr. Lambert and Mrs. Dave Lawrenceburg 3 1st 2,850.00 64 $44.53 Newland; Mr. Hite and Mrs. Willis; Danville 3 1st 2,280.00 55 41.45 Mr. Maurice Perkins and wife; Mr. 2 Whitesville 1st 1,575.00 27 58.33 May and Orlene Anderson and Mas3 Lancaster 1st 4,000.00 99 40.40 ters Howard and Charles Skyles. Male High, Louisville.... 1st 26 36,150.00 786 46.00 Many' interesting scores were made 22 Manual Train., Lou 1st .34,000.00 559 60.82 and all report one of the best enterStanford 2 1st 2,170.00 70 31.00 tainments of the season. Crab Orchard .?.: 3d "- - " 1 900.00 12 75.00 Mr. Burton Thompson, who is em: Paducah 11 1st 9,000.00 250 36.00 ployed in Cincinnati, came home Morganfield 3 1st 3,150.00 88 35.79 quite sick this week. He is at the home of his father near Quail. 1914-191- 5 ' Miss Maymie Holdman Avill visit Lawrenceburg 3 1st 2,850.00 54 52.77 her brother Charles in Paris this Danville 3 1st 2,500.00 45 55.55 week, and from there she will visit Whitesville 2 1st 1,575.00 37 42.67 Mrs. Fife in Winchester. Miss Bird Lancaster 4 4,266.00 lstf 91 . 46.87 Perkins of Hamilton College, Lexing- Nicholasville 3 1st 2,750.00 53 51.89 ton, will join Misses Chadwick and Stanford 1st 2,505.00 3, 94 26.64 Holdman at Winchester for a few Hustonville 1 3d 1,400.00 34 41.17 days' visit. Morganfield .; 3 1st 3,050.00 77 39.61 Mr. Billie George Holdman was Morganfield paid $4.79 more for instruction than did In 1913-191- 4 quite sick Sunday and was attended Stanford while Paducah paid $5.00 more and Lancaster paid $9.40 more by Dr. Jones. He is much better. Mrs. Elizabeth Barker is lying very on each high school pupil than Stanford In 1914-191- 5 Lancaster paicf $10.2$more per pupil, Morganfield paid low of pneumonia at the home of her son, Peyton King and as she is quite $12.97 and Danville paid $28.91 more pjr pupil than did Stanford. Crab Orchard 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. Chan. C. Camjjbett, Florence, Tec. ft ft ft ft ft ffflf S m v nrmf fll V .A. K - V.V hi W V If MUSPjUN I ft er to-w- it: Notice! Hemp Growers! Our supply of Hemp Seed is so limited, we can only furnish seed to those con- tracting the cut crop to us. Call on C. Hays Foster, Lincoln Bank Building and -- learn our prices. I m ' ' 1 J the progress they are making. Mr. W. D. Edmiston is teacher, and certainly understands his work. Mrs. Mary Culton, who has been in Louisville with her daughter, Mrs. Sparrow, stopped in our city Tuesday long enough to exchange greetings with a few friends before leaving for Richmond, where she will spend the remainder of tl.e winter. We attended the TeacTier's FOR CHILDREN'S COUGH. Class at the Baptist church Sun- You cannot iisp jinvtliinor Vioftot. day and were pleasantly surprised at,for your child,s cough cold'than T and Dr. King's New Discovery. It is prepared from Pine Tar mixed with healing and soothing balsams. It does not contain anything harmful and is slightly laxative, just enough to expel the poisons from the system. Dr. King's New Discovery is antiseptic kills the cold germs raises the phlegm loosens the cough E. F. SPEARS & SON PARIS, KENTUCKY " ' ?i.l.nd0Pp. shed Com missioner s Sale Bell Circuit Court J. E. Chilton, et al, Plaintiffs vs. Bell County Coke and Improvement Company, et al, Defendants. Notice of Commissioner's Sale. Under judgment, rendered in the above cause, on the 10th day of December 1915, in favor of John R. ; ' and soothes the irritation. Don't put off treatment. Coughs and Colds often lead to serious lung troubles. It is also good for adults and the aged. Get a bottle today. All Druggists. -- GO TO- - 1 T. D. NEWLAND'S Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Small Farm For Sale My farm containing ,62 2 acres of farm land; 42 2 acres for corn; 20 acres of grass. This farm is located one and a half miles from Crab Orchard, Ky., on the Crab Orchard 1-1-- l And Buy Yourself a W. J. Oliver Plow. t will do your work right. Also get your Garden Rakes and Hoes. , Col-hou- rs , in-gio- us 2-- 12 Boreing, Administrator of the estate of Vincent Boreing, deceased, for the sum of twenty-eigthousand, one dollars hundred and seven and isx cents (28,179.06), with interest from that date. The undersigned commissioner will on Monday, the 7th day of February, 1916, at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon or thereabout, it being the first day of the regular Perbuary term of the Bell Circuit Court, offer for sale at public out-crat the front door of the court house in Pineville, to the highest and best bidder, upon terms of CREDIT payable in four equal installments in six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-fou- r months, the following lands:. 1,000- acre tract of land, known as Mount Vincent, lying on both sides of the railroad, between Pineville and Four-milht iy-ni- ne y, e. and Lancaster pikcy, It has a cottage and all necessary outbuildings and a very desirable location; has plenty of nice shade in the yard and is a well watered farm. This farm is for sale privately and if not sold privately it will be sold to the highest bidder June 14, 1916, at the residence on the farm. For any information regarding same address HUGH H. LOGAN 10 2t-F-p six-roo- m More Cold Weather COMING u IJ215523 1 Crab Orchard, Ky. PUBLIC SALE As administrator of my father, F. F. Moser, I will sell at public outcry at his late home on Gilbert's Creek at 10 o'clock a. m. on SATURDAY, FEB. 5th, 1916 Winter Is Just Getting Started Prepare for It by Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL Jt 1 8-- FARM LOANS CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle D. A. THOMAS, 1280 the following described property: I nice Jersey cow; 1 Jersey heifer; scription. wagon; lot I aged mare; 1 See map in Deed Book 15, at page farming implements and household 640. goods, and other things too numerous Ninety acres of bottom land is laid to mention. Terms made known on off into lots and blocks, and will be day of sale. offered by the block. WILLIAM MOSER, Good opportunity to buy small 3 Admr F. F. Moser truck farms on the Dixie Highway. See judgment for boundary de- 3c at Yard 4c Delivered J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY VM 8-- MISSISSIPPI UNO FOR SALE L. K. RICE, Master Commissioner Bell Circuit Phone 80 Stanford, - Kentucky 1 ' acres in Madison County, abouS half in cultivation, balance open. Will produce 50 to 60 bushels of corn per acre. Dark alluvial soil, easily culti-vateOwner of adjoining farm gathered 54 bushels of oats per acre in 1914. Four and one-hamiles from Railroad. Just rolling enough to oraln well. One residence several tenant houses. Some fencing. Price $32.50 per acre. For further information about Mississippi or Middle Tennessee farms write lf Court. 10-- 1 -- d. Manager, Land Department, BRANSFORD REALTY COMPANY, Nashville, Tenn, M. E. WA.INWRIGHT, RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To half pint of water add 1 oz..Bay Rum, 'a small box of Barbo Compound, and hi oz. of glycerine, Apply to the hair twice a week until It becomes the desired shade. Any druggist can put this up or you can mix it at home at very little cost. Pull directions for making: and use come in each box of Barbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, faded gray' hair, and removes dandruff. It is excellent for falling hair and will make harsh, hair soft and glossy. It will not color Uo . scalp, is not sticky of greasy, and does not , rub off. IBJBSSI Florida -- Cuba -- New Orleans nfflnfnSillll ' H. ' IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS WINTER TOURIST TICKETS 0FTHE30UTH. 101 ---- ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. .. ' FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE C KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, East Main Street, --- W. A. BECKLER. General Passenger Agent, Lexington, Ky Cincinnati, Ohio J aci. s V- ,. - tiff Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday" February 4, 1916 Monday is court day at Richmond, The Newest Thing 'Neath The Sun-- VELVET SMOKAROLS. "SMOKAROLING" is the latest fad. It gives the smoker a ready Smokarols-camade "pipeful" of clean, whol esome Velvet tobacco. good-size- d bowl, but the Smo-karbe smoked in any pipe having a pipe is the fad. Smokarols, 30 cents per drum Smokarol Pipes, 25 cents each. n ol PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford. Farm and Stock News John B. Foster has just finished delivering five car loads of extra nice timothy hay to J. H. Baughman & Company, which he sold at $14 a ton. Lee Rankin, of Hubble, bought from T. W. Jones, a bunch of 11 shoats, averaging 8 5pounds at six cents a pound. and three-quarter John Lynn Pence bought of Harry gilt for Hill Thursday a 100-pound $15. J. W. Baughman, of this city, sold 10,100 pounds of tobacco on the Danville market Wednesday, which brought an' average of 12 cents a pound. B. F. Sanders, of Wilmore, has rented the J. W. Smith farm of about 100 acres in the Parlor Grove section near Waynesburg and soon move to his new home. Mr. Sanders has Don't Suffer Laugh been a subscriber to the I. J. for a Misery number of years. Stomach A. K. Walker, of Garrard, sold to W. T. Tucker, of this city, a weanPenny's Drug Store Will Return the ling Kentucky Red Berkshire boar a for $10. R. T. Bruce also bought a Money if Does Not Renice young pig from Mr. Walker at lieve Dyspepsia. the same figure, it is understood. For Mi Sharp of Cumberland Gap, Among all the remedies in Penny's Tenn., Mr. Tucker bought from Mr. popular drug store, there are few Walker a couple of young sows and that they are willing to sell on a guar- a boar. antee to refund the money if they do W. B. Turley, of Richmond, not cure. I brought down Tuesday afteunoon a the famous dyspepsia rem- - Red Berkshire boar, four months old, edy has helped so many of their cuswhich he swapped with Walter O. tomers that Mr. Penny says, "If this Walker for a hog he declares he remedy does not relieve you, come would not take $50 for. Mr. Turley back to our store and wewill cheer- sold to Woods Walker, of Garrard, fully return your money." a Red Berkshire boar and gilt, of Anyone who has dyspepsia, indisame litter for $75. There is gestion, headaches, dizzy feelings or the no more enthusiastic Red Berkshire liver troubles, should take advantage breeder than Mr. Turley, whose sucof this chance to be made well with- cess with that breed has been pheout any risk of spending their money nomenal. will relieve to no purpose. T. W. Jones shipped a load of you, will regulate the digestion, will hogs to the Cincinnati market this enable you to eat what you want. If it does not do all this it will not cost week, which he bought at an average of about six and a half cents a you a cent. Penny's drug store has sold hun- pound. The porkers were of an avdreds of boxes of and have erage weight of about 150 pounds. yet to receive the first complaint Anmong his purchases for the ship-me- n were: From Will Logan, 11 from any customer. Such a record head, averaging 130 pounds; 14 head is simply marvelous and speaks volfrom J. T. 'Wells, of Crab Orchard, umes for the merit of the remedy. Do not suffer a day longer with averaging 140 pounds; four head from C. C. Gover, averaging 160 disordered digestion. If does not give you complete satisfac- pounds; 25 head from Strother Cartion you have Penny's personal guar- ter, averaging 160 pounds, for which he paid $G.65. 2 antee to return your money. At Mi-o-n- Mi-o-n- a, J Mi-o-- na Mi-o-- na Mi-o-- na 10-1- a Headquarters for 1 AMERICAN FENCE! " " K4.T" ' '" ! ' i - i' i p L ' i i to i j a . jijJ MUz -- R " i N' i H H Made of large, strong, e steel wires, heavily galvanized. Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically everlasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it. Does not mutilate or injure stock. high-grad- Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs and Pit EVERY ROD GUARANTEED by us and guaranteed by the manufacturers. Call and see it. We can show you how it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced Now fa the time to buy your Fencing. It is going higher! every day. We have a good supply of THE AMERICAN, the strongest and best. And if you are looking for a light weight, cheap fence, we can also furnish that. Remember we bought this fence before the last advance. W, E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard W. H. HIGGINS: I have tried the the Sub Soil and quite a number from tljis sec, tion will .go over. Now Fully Told Virgil Scott, of Buena Vista has bought the farm of T. S. Poor, con Its Launching and What Inspired It taining 54 acres for $5,000. Mr. Is At Hast Explained. Poor will give possession the 15th of February. "Every few yeai's someone suggests something that will tend to JANUARY HONOR ROLL First Grade Robert Baughman, better our condition, whether it may Martha" Clark, Florence Denham, pertain to our business, our knowlWinfrey Duncan, Lucile Manning, edge, convenience, or health, or our declared L. T. Cooper Ruth Masters, Richard Southard, Joe social state," Turpin, Adam Walker and E. P. recently. "It has been my pleasure to offer Woods, Jr. Tanlac to the world," he continued. Second Grade Charley Blanken-shi- 'I presented Tanlac on its merits, Zella Barnett, Beatrice Came-nisc- knowing full well that it would prove Louis Mershon and Dollie satisfactory if properly tested. Walls. "Confident as I was of the recepThird Grade Eula Bower, Fred tion Tanlac would receive, I confess Baumann, Irene Livingston, Kather-in- e I was hardly prepared for the wonMurphy, James McCormack, Eu- derful popularity into which it at nice Pepples, Welch Pepples, Foster once sprang. When it is considered Reid Phillips, Hatler Smith, Sabra that just nine montns to the day afK. Walker and Thelma Walls. ter Tanlac was announced, one milFourth Grade Emma Brackett, lion bottles had been sold, it can be Olga Camenisch, Sadie K. Kincaid, understood that when the story of Rhoda Plummer, James Paxton, Mary Tanlac is called a romance of the Louise Stone, Dorothy Tribble and business world it is quite true. "Tanlac appeals particularly to the Lucile Walker. best people everywhere people who Fifth Grade Lee Davis Fisher, carefully and to Mabel Masters, Guy Wallen, Mary are able to judge render a just opinion of its merits. Gilbert Powell and Nellie 'Mitchell. Upon the thousands of indorsements Sixth Grade Katherine Brady, of such men and women Tanlac's asFrances Fish, Albert Von Gruenigan, tonishing success has been based. Mattie Belle Kincaid, Margaret Pet-tu-s, Great as is the demand for Tanlac Adelaide Proctor and Lelia Cook now, I really feel that the country, Raney. as a whole, is only just awakening to Seventh Grade Bertha Dlanken-shi- it. Henry Baughman, Robert Mc"Tanlac, which is the joint, proCormack, Sara Bright, Ola Rankin, duct of Herr Joseph Von Trimbach, Lucille Carter, Lucille Waters, Wil- the noted German chemist and myliam Tate, Margaret Wood and Lou- self is, I believe, the most effective ise Waters, Emily Camenisch. remedy known for ailments of the Eighth Grjade Vie Gose Smith, stomach, liver and kidneys and for George Fleece Farris, Patterson Tan- catarrhal affections of the mucuous ner, Mary Pettus, Joe Grimes, So- membranes. "It is compounded of roots, herbs, phie Saunders, Janie Hocker, Margaret Shanks, William Welburn, Sadie barks and flowers, many of which Wearen, Mary Frances Cormney and come from remote parts of the world, and it is free rom the mineral Maiy Hill Garman. Anderson, Ma- taint feared by many persons. Hester "I have no doubt 'that Tanlac will ry Brackett, Sam B. Craig, Carrie be as successful in your city as it has Lyon. Davis and May Belle Mary Bailey, Eliza- in every other in which it has been Sophomore beth Carter, Annie V. Craig, Fran- introduced." Tanlac now may be obtained in ces Embry, Allie R. jrtsh, Annie Rogers Powell, Clarence Singleton, An- Stanford at Penny's drug store, where 10-- 1 it is fully explained. nette Wearen and Gene Wood. Junior Henley L. Cash, Joe T. Embry, Matsy Grimes, Nellie WilParlor Grove i son Hill, Ferdinand Matheny, Patty'e The .attendance at Sunday School Perkins and Serena Young. Gar-- .has- - been small on account of bad Senior Lucille Dudderar, trude Gaines, Shirley Gover and Mig- - weather. Sunday, February 13, will be preaching day and it is hoped the gie Rankin. pastor can Be with us. Mr. Valentine Fagaly has returned RECORD. A NON-STO- P from a pleasantk visit with relatives (From Automobile Topics) in Cincinnati and Hamilton county, A non-sto- p record of 22,022.3 miles Ohio. or nearly double the figures that for Several of the neighbors gathered three years have represented the mo- at the home of Luther Reynolds and record, has been accom- spent an evening of singing. tor non-sto- p plished by the Maxwell touring car Mrs. Wylie has been quite ill with that ha? been creating a complete the grip.1 set of long distance marks in CaliMr. Oscar Baker visited his grand fornia. When Mayor Sebastian of parents, 'Ir. and Mrs. M. H. Baker Los Angeles himself switched off the last Sunday! ignition, the motor stopped for the Mrs. Richard Hatter of King's first time in 44 days. 'Mountain, spent Saturday week with Sportsmanship was the chief fac- Mrs. David Walls. tor in putting an arbitrary stop to Mr. Henderson Goff was a busithe run, and it is the hope of the ness visitor in Stanford Tuesday. Maxwell forces that other Pacific Mr. Sam Wright was a business Coast distributors may emulate the visitor in Kings Mountain last week. example of the Lord Motor Car Co., Mr. M. F. Eubanks and family are ' which conducted the run. improved in health after being sufThe final day's run was the longest ferers from grip. and fastest made during the test. Mr. W. F. Sims and family spent During this 24 hours, the car cover- Friday with Mr. Craig Sims, who has ed 562.5 miles. The end of the run been quite ill. at Los Angeles was witnessed by a Mrs. Ida Gilmore bought a nice large crowd, which gave the winner milk cow last week. a hearty ovation. The record of Mr. Johnnie Baker visited Mr. miles replaces a former record Mart Baker and wife Monday last. of 12,404.9 miles. At no time durThe little son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee-ma- n ing the tour was the car's average Singleton is somewhat better. below 500 miles. . This fact resulted Mr. Lytt Webb was a business visin the car annexing all itor in Stanford Friday. records from 2,000 miles upward. The Sunday School attendance at While officially the run was de- Green Briar is good. A gentleman clared ended, practically it will con- from Lexington preached Saturday tinue for many more days, as the'ear night and Sunday. Elder Todd, of was immediately restarted and was Eubanks attended the Sunday sersent on a tour through Southern Cal- vices. ifornia and Arizona. The test was Mr. H. Goff sold a nice milk cow under the sanction and observation last week. of the A. A. A. Contest. Board, repMr. Harvey Hobson and Miss Mai-si- e ' Braswell took the county high resented by Earl Cooper, who was in charge of all details. The car was school examination at Stanford Fritaken at random from a recent ship- day and Saturday. ment and was declared stock in every Miss Victoria Jones spent Sunday detail before the start. Observers evening with Miss Loretta Sims. checked the entire run. Mr. Granville Baker's family are on the sick list. SC5 Mr. H. Goff bought a nice drove zw XCW'Xrawra.y.v.y.y.v.v.v f of hogs of Mr. John Osbovne, of Buck's Creek and sold them to' a stock dealer at Hall's Gap Tuesday. The frame of the new Baptist p, h, p, -n Tanlac Romance MAXWELL. "THE LOGICAL VALUE IN A MOTOR CAR.'' Do you want the luxury the convenience the class and the quality of a high grade car without the extrav- agance of a heavy car or a car that is Then in the experimental stage? why buy a light car that hasn't these ; -- - . -- advantages? The scientifically constructed Jight weight Maxwell is the answer at $655, F. O. B. Factory, including electric lighting and starting no extras to buv no risk to take. Non-Sto- p The 1916 Maxwell holds the World's .- Endurance Record t THINK OF IT! de You may own one of these car.s on the Plan H. C. CARPENTER, At Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY church is up. Mr. David Walls hauled the shingle blocks to mill the last of the week. Messrs. A. W. Sanders and William spent Osborne of O. K. post-offiH. Goff and famMonday night with ily.' Mr. J. C. Hundley has returned from a pleasant visit at his old home in Germantown, Ky. Miss Ruby Gilmore is organizing a class in instrumental music. ce district, on the 31st day of Januarv, A. D. 1916. J. W.MENZIES, Clerk By W. C. Bennett, D. C. PUBLIC SALE . 22,-022- .3 As I have decided to go to Florida, I will offer for sale on THURSDAY, FEB. 10th, 1916 beginning at 10:30 a. m., my farm, one half mile from Crab Orchard on the Crab Orchard ind Ottenheim pike, consisting of 74 acres if laud Mrs. Trub, Mrs. Kearns and Rev with about 35 acres in gass, and the balance in cultivation, with good Father Leo, are on the sick list. Miss Annie Schmitz was the guest' dwelling house and outbuildings and ns the of Miss Amelia Bencke Tuesday. ' will also sell the farm," and son are clearing Lindsey farm, adjoining above menMr. Bencke tioned farm, containing 17 acres, all up a nice piece of ground. people of Ottenheim for cultivation. If not sold, will be The young took a drive down to Mr. Schuler's offered for rent on day of sale. Will wagalso sell all of my stock consisting of: on Buck's Creek, in a on and surprised that gentleman and 1 good Jersey cow, 7 years old; will his excellent family. An enjoyable be fresh the t of March; 1 good heifer, 2 years old, will be fresh the evening was spent. Miss Cecelia Abt left Tuesday for 15th of February; 1 good black Hol-steAkron", Ohio, where she will enter cow, 3 years old, will be fresh 1st of March; 1 good stripper cow, 4 school. Mr. Fred Geotz is going in to the years old, good milker; 1 No. 1 good cow, 5 years old, will be fresh 15th of chicken raising business. Hertel called on his best March; 1 good cow, 6 years old, will Mr. Paul be fresh 1st of April; 1 good milk girl Sunday. called on Miss Ag- cow and calf, 1 month old, cow 7 Mr. Bill Schmitz nes Schuler, who is waiting on Mrs. years old; 2 yearling calves; 1 fine bull, 18 months old; 1 fine Hereford Kearns. milk cow, 2 years old, will be fresh cow in spring; 1 good Jersey 2 years old; one good work mare, will work anywhere, 12 years old, in foal Hero's Good News for Stanford to good jack; 1 good young horse, 2 Residents. years old, broke to work; 10 shoats, will weigh 100 pounds each; 1 gilt, Have you a pain in the small of weight 200 pounds; one butcher sow the back? ' nervous with 7 pigs; 1 fine butcher sow with dizziness, Headaches, 10 pigs; another sow and 5 pigs; 5 spells? re you languid, heritable and head of goats; about 150 shocks of fodder, in field; 150 oales of hay; 35 weak? bushels of Irish potatoes; 1 two-horAnnoyed by urinary disorders? Don't despair profit by Mr. wagon; good as new; 1 spring wagon;' also the farming tools; 1 binder; 1 Wren's experiences. . Kid- mowing machine, good as new; 1 good Stanford people know Doan's plows;" 2 ney Pills have used them recom- hay rake; 3 double-shovtwo-horturning plows; 2 harrows; mend them. plow; and Here's a Stanford resident's state- 1 cultivator; 1 some household goods; 1 good organ; ment. John H. Wren, engineer at elec- 1 dresser; 1 wooden bedstead; 1 bedtric light plant, E. Main street, Stan- stead and wash stand; 1 couch and ford, says: "Off and on for several other things too numerous to menyears I had severe attacks of lame tion. Will sell for cash in hand. J. S. BROUGHTON, back. Often I did work tljit reCrab Orchard, Ky. quired stooping and at such times W. D. Peters, Auctioneer. the backache became much worse. I also had a too frequent desire to pass the kidney secretions both day Ottenheim kwn two-hor- se fh-s- in -- BE OPTIMISTIC sti-ippe- r se el se one-hor- se ' long-distan- ce -- Doan's Kidney Pills reThey have never failed to benefit me when I have taken them since." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Co., Mr. Wren had. Foster-Milbur- n Props., Buffalo, N. Y. and night. lieved me. In the District Court of the United Let Us Print Your Sale Bills When it comes to neat and effective printing of any Kind we will guarantee to give you satisfaction. States, For the Eastern trict of Kentucky. In Bankruptcy Dis- PRINTING Good Attachments and they are just what! I want. Will keep them both. L1LBURN GOOCH. Printing Is the Dress of Business. That Is the Kind We Do. s The above plow can be attached to any steel beam plow. W. H. Higgins, Stanford i Let Us Show You S: .VAVAViV.VViV.V arasftsss!! In the matter of Robert Edward Lee Sims, a Bankrupt. On this 31st day of January, A. D., "HHMMSPfXZ,v 1916, on considering the petition of discharge, the aforesaid bankrupt for filed on the 31st day of January, A. D., 1916, it is ordered by the court Embalmer that a hearing be had upon the same Undertaker Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 on the 14th day of March, A. D., 1916, before said court at Richmond Stanford, Kentucky. in said district at 10 o'clock, a. m., A or as near thereto as practicable, and fr Beazley & Co., that notice thereof be published one . Journaljfa newstime in the Interior tt paper printed in said district, and POULTRY CURE BOURBON all known creditors and other perk In tho drinking water in interest may appear at said Hens La Amazingly sons Zr B Hakes time and place and show cause, if Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, ilmberneck Prevents Sick- any they have, why the prayer of ness. One 50c bottle makes 12 said petitioner should not be granted. gallons of medicine. At e Embalmer Witness' the Honorable A. M. J. Undertaker poultry book free. Cochran. Judge of said Court, and MWUMN IEHEIT CI. LUlKtSB. ft. the seal 'thereof, at Richmond in said I Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. Stanford" Dm Co. New M J. L J. C. M'Clary ' . FEW DROPS Valu-rabl- O - ,(&- - mm ,u-- v $.