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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): February 8, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 int1916020801_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): February 8, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Established 1860.57 th Year.-- No. BUSINESS MEN MEET TONIGHT The Interior 11 aS-hous- OURNAL ' ;& Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 8, 1916. TuesV "? and-Frida- ys HS-H- ri SUNDAY CLOSING BILL LOSES AGED WOMAN PASSES AWAY MRS. EARLY'S MOTHER DEAD. DANVILLE STARTS HOTEL WORK KINCAID BUYING TOBACCO Members of the lower house of the OAL. Minks, who Legislature, who want to see a law 4rs Elizabeth Barker Among the Noble Christian Woman Passes Avay bus between Danville runs the auto Local Expert Has Shipped 12 Cars and Stanford, Ripe Old Age. At Oldest Women in County. And Wants Four More enacted which will force the closing said that work started Monday mornof the saloons in Covington and New- To Talk About Ways and Means To Mrs. M. D. Early received a wire ing on the new hotel, which is to be W. P. Kincaid has been buying up port on Sunday endeavored Monday ' ?Irs- - Ehzabeth Barker, one of the last of the week stating Place Stanford More Promithat her erected by the progressive citizens quite a number of tobacco crops in to get the House to make Represen - ldes,fc women of the county- - died at mother, Mrs. J. S. Faulkner, was dead of Little Britain. A force of work-- at nently on the Map. tative Greene's screen bill a special ' her, home in the East End Sunda Austin, Texas. She had been very j men was put to work clearing off this and Garrard counties recently. He has already shipped 12 car loads order for Thursday of this week, so niht of Pneumonia, aged 89. The ill for some time and the announce-- f the ground between the Hub Departv. i,u:n ititij,. u .,:i,i., puoocu burial occurred in the Crab Orchard ment was not a great ,,,! cemetery to a Lexington redrying firm and uc ujiwj An interesting meeting will be liitib nic uiii surprise to her. ment store and Foxs stable where plans this afternoon after funby the House. It required two to buy about four more if he held by a number of the leading busis. eral services at the late home con- - She was in her 80th year. Besides the hostelry will be placed. The can get around in time. Some of his ness men of Stanford at The Prin- thirds majority to maKe tne Dill a Early she leaves two other ch'il-- ! tract for the building has been let to ducted by Mr- - J' C- - McClary. De-th- e cess tonight. After supper has been special order, which it failed to get,"' ceased dren Mrs. R. H. Baker, at whose E. R. Dillehay, and the building will recent purchases are: from T. A. was the widow of Dan Bar" vote being 42 to 41 in favor of cents; enjoyed, Mr. William Severance, i home she died, and a son, Ernest i cost about $60,000. W. V. Richard-Faulkne- r, Rice 6,000 pounds at 12 the!ker' who went hence 21 years from Middleton Lynn 6,000 pounds president of the Credit Men's Asso- the bill but not enough to force of Richmond, Va. The son, private secretary to Senator was Jack King, a to take it up. The following j Her first ciation, will call upon a number of burial occurred at Calvert, Texas, in ' James, who with his partner, Owen at 10 cents; from Logan and StringConfederate soldier. Two er 3,900 pounds at 13 cents; from men to talk about subjects, the gen- were the only democrats to vote in t SalIant children survive Pate J. King and the old family burying ground. Mrs. Mclntyre, and the Messrs. Pushin Foster and Long 10,000 pounds at 10 favor of pushing this bill to force uperal tenor of which will be the ' John S- - KinS both substantial, good Early was denied the sad privilege of and Lyons are the big men behind cents; from Ben Bryan 2,500 pounds building of Stanford, and sugges- the saloons in those cities to close on attending on account of th eillness of , the deal, came home last week at the Representatives Bailey, j citizens of the East End. Mrs. tions as to what can be done to make Sunday: her husband, who the I. J. is glad to letting of the contract. Everyone in at 11 cents; in the Paint Lick section Cummins, Greene, Hamilton, ker's maiden name was Elizabeth state, is getting it a better business center and more along quite as well this section will rejoice very much he bought: from J B. Woods 11,000 and while she was reared in Harvey, Holland, Hutchcraft, John- attractive place in which to live. The as could be expected. Mrs. Faulkner j that Danville is to have a hotel at pounds at 11 cents; from Brandenson, T. R. Jones, Kauffman, of Gar- tnis county, sne uvea many years in was one of program as announced last week has the charter members of last and with the hustling business burg and Rhodus 3,000 pounds at She was a most excelLasley, Nichols, Roach, L. M. Louisville. 12 cents; from Mrs. Walker and ' "been revised owing to the fact that rard, lent woman and since her childhood the old Wolnut street Baptist church men behind the movement, a building Hester 10,000 pounds at 9 cents; several who were on it then have Smith, E. D. Smith, Vance, Wills and i had been a devout member of the in Louisville, where her younger is assured which will be a credit to from Willis Turner 2,000 pounds at "been called out of town today, and Young. Methodist church. Her death is the days were spent, and is said to have ' the community and this part of the 13 cents. may not be able to be present. The occasion of much sadness in her been a most excellent woman. Dr. j state. ROAD ENGINEERS MEET. session is expected to start at 6:30 neighborhood, for she was one of the Early, in speaking of her said : "I A CAR LOAD OF FORDS IN County Road Engineer McKee o'clock; at least, that is the hour at most generally beloved women of her never knew a better woman and one NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. I H. C. Anderson, local agent for which Manager Walter of the Prin- Riffe attended the meeting of the section. Much sympathy is felt for of the regrets of my life is that she The Falmouth Outlook says that the Foi'd automobile, has just receivcess will begin to set the good things Road Engineers of the state at Lexthe sons," whose devotion to their could not make her home with us." Albert Lancaster of that county trap- ed a carload of the latest model cars ington last week, when road building aged to eat before the guests. mother was beautiful. ped a coon that measured seven feet for the 1916 trade and has them alIntimations hpi been given that it and reconstruction in all its phrases MRS. BAUGHMAN ENTERTAINS. in length. ready assembled and ready for the The following offis hoped at this meeting to amal- was discussed. DR. TROSTLE INSTALLED. Mrs. John S. Baughman, president gamate the varied interests of Stan- icers were elected for the coming A dispatch from Washington Tues inspection of buyers at his garage on Dr. J. A. Trostle, pastor of the of the Stanford chapter of the W. C. day morning said that former 'Gov. Cutoff street. The Ford is as staple ford, such as the Commercial Club, year: W. H. Edwards, of WoodT U entertained the young people McCieary is Credit Men's Association and other ford county, president; William P. churches at New Providence and there and stated that he as sugar and coffee and an increasing spent Monday who took part in the temperance en-;Mercer county, number is being sold in this part of Boyle county, .first vice not seeki varied interests into a Chamber of Caldwell, blic office with his many friends here. On Sun- tertamment at the Christian church' Deputy the state each season. Mr. Anderson Commerce, which shall have as its president; Clinton Woodard, JessaU. S. Marshal Chas. L. w woi.-- e n of iici iiaiiuouuic & main object the boosting of Stanford mine county, second vice president; day he was installed as pastor of v. v.. i -" Winfrey arrested Warren Pittman knows that no matter how good a car in such way as the old town has nev and R. W. Davis, Fayette county, those churches, Drs. E. J. Parks, of home on Friday evening. Delightful at Mitchellsburg last week on a an agent may have, it won't sell well Lawrenceburg, and C. G. Crooks, of refreshments were served and the unless advertised, and he is running er known before. The program which i third vice president. charge of selling liquor illegally. The occasion evening .was made a most pleasant Danville, officiating. some convincing and attractive adhas been prepared for the pvening is was a memorable one and large audi- one for all. Guests were: Rev. and ' Judge Harry Jones, the first coun- - vertising in each Friday's issue of as follows: CARNIVAL FRIDAY. ences witnessed it. Dr. Trostle is de- Mrs. D. M. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. I tv iudSe of McCreary county, was the I. J. keeping the riding public Wm. Severance, presiding Genone night only, lighted with his new work and has Emmett Cabell.j Mr. and Mrs .... to Mrs. Sadie fully advised of the superior merits Another Carnival .... w TTnrrv married last week .. .& j eral Remarks. lipfrinninir nf 5 n m. TViPVfi will ho rpc- weight and health since he Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martin, Moore, daughter of S. H. Martin, pf of the car which he is handling so gained in E. J Howenstine Rules Govern- Rockcastle county. suppei andy plays orchestra successfully. Department, silhouettes made, wax works mum- begun it. He says that his family is Mr. and Mrs. Albert Phillips, Mr. ing a Successful Credit and Mrs. H. M. Newland; Messrs. Miss Hazel Schoonfelt, a nurse in delighted with the new location and K. S. Alcorn The Law and the my, art gallery, fortune tellers and SOLD AN AUTO TRUCK. that they are all being well cared W. R. Todd, Jesse Manning, John the Allegheny Hospital at Pittsburg, Merchant. boxing. The High School is the only for by the people of the section in Menefee, James Tribble, Arthur Cof- - killed herself when she found that Seeing the notice in Tuesday's I. W. M. Bright The Bank and the place in Kentucky where this fey, Thurmond Tudor, Maurice Tuc- -' she had given a patient the wrong J. that W. M. Merriman, the hustling which they live. Merchant. 11-- 1 exhibit. ker, WnL Grimes, Wm. Yager, John medicine, from which he died. produce dealer of Moreland, would J. C. McClary Consolidation. Fields," Lud Fisher, Littleton Warren, The attorney or the Kentucky buy an auto truck, Mr. Hugh M. Noe, NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. S. M. Saufley, presiding at round YERKES RETURN TO DANVILLE Morris jferuce, Sam and Joe T. Embry, Board of Pharmacy declares that the of this city, representing the Intersubject: Boosting Stanford. table, serk Presbyterian church : His host of friends back in KenMissestSallie Mills Craig, Annie Van- - grand juries at Paducah and Shelby- - national Harvester Cy., went forth tucky will b r.terested in the news vice Wednesday evening at 7. Ab- arsdalei Craig, Nancy Katherine Mc- ville, failed to indict for violations with to his place of business and. sold J1UTCHINGS SELLS FOR $38,000. Kinneyi' Annette Wearen, Josephine of .the that Hon. Joha W. Yerkes vf or years raham and Jesus. law despite abun BJm.opeof the besthis . company A dispatch from Georgetown says . IniitJrawt! nud t.o f uic lT4i RgYjjhai'les Haysleet, a' jnjner Carpefi'mrj Annie Rogers Powell, dant evidence. ' jm ivimiuKm)ijd) ii .ui it"4MdM&gi&f??!2 nWT--M ".', rarT5 Tn ;xms" pare Tor anMMethodistmirii5terof PinevnTe?! Mary galley, 'Belle Russell," AllieRus-sel- l msM severarmonths was consummatec the state, is soon to leave Washing- died suddenly on his way from prayFish, Katie Anderson, Hester ted at Providence, R. I., of a charge are inscollusion, but there is where Saturday evening when R. W. Thom- ton, D. C, whare he has resided for er meeting there a few night ago. Belle Anderson; Thelma Francis, Ra- of having instigated the murder of he is wrong. The paper was just pson, of Bourbon county, became the a number of years, and return to He was originally from Pittsburg. chel Hill, Elizabeth Carter, Gene her husband, a prominent physician. giving the news and Mr. Noe, being possessor of the Eugene Hutchings his old home at Danville. A dispatch Hev. Ira .Boswell, the new pastor Woods, Frances Embry, Jesse Lee Two negroes, accused of the actual one of its thousands of readers, saw place in the Payne's Depot precinct. from Washington Sunday said: of the Georgetown Christian church, Phillips. killing, who claimed she paid them where he might make a sale and took The farm consists of 216 acres and Washington is shortly to lose one of is well known in this section. His to do it, were convicted. advantage of the opportunity. the price is reported to have been its most ' popular and distinguished first pastorate was at Junction City, Wm. Brooks and Thomas Hill, nenearly .$38,000 cash. Possession will families, that of the Hon. John W. where he did an excellent work and groes of Harlan county, were con- D. A. R.'s INTERESTING SESSION be given March 1. Yerkes. Mr. Yerkes has already sev- made many friends. victed of murder and sentenced to Chapter of the The Logan-Whitle- y MissAnna Elam, the pretty daughered his connection with the leading death in the chair. They killed D. A. R., met with Mrs. Annie Engle-ma- n Rev. E. W. Coakley, who has" been ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Elam and GOLDEN WEDDING CELEBRANTS law firm of this city and is now on Saturday afternoon. The pastor of the Baptist church at Nich- - Mr. Gipson Carson, a promising Wesley and John Henry Blair at the The Louisville Herald Sunday pub- tirinlirirv im Viit? oflTot td Tlnnninf ftVTT Benham coal mines. The murder was members all responded to roll call olasville for four years, preached his young farmer of this section, were lished a picture of Mr. and Mrs. H. returning to Danville. He came to ' farewell sermon last Sunday night to married at the home of the bride committed for purpose of robbery. with accounts of battles in which C. Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, who have Washington about 12 years ago as Relief has begun to reach Hick- their ancestors fought, making a Wednesday about four o'clock. Af, It. vecentlv celebrated their Golden Wed Commissioner of Internal Revenue ?n T JS . man, in western Kentucky, which has most interesting program. Much buin iuwii Having uismisseu uieu cun- - ter the bride's supper, the couple ding anniversary. Under the photo i He has been a lecturer at George- for days and the siness was also attended to as this gregations to hear him. The Rev. the train for Stanford where been it said this: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. town University before the law stu- Coakley then left to begin a protract- took will visit their uncle and aunt, suffering of the flood victims is be- was only the second meeting since they Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, Ky., shown dents. Before returning to Danville, The The ing alleviated. Following a break of the Chapter's organization. ed meeting in Waynesburg. He has Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tapp. in the above picture, celebrated their to reside permanently they expect to accepted a call to ne pastorate of bride is the only daughter, and will the White river levee water has be- hostess served the members with degolden wedding anniversary Decem- go to Calfornia for a visit of three or gun pouring into Ckvrendon, Ark., a lightful refreshments at the concluBaptist church in Eubanks. be geratly missed at home. ber 14, 1915. The couple were mar- four months. Miss Amelia Yerkes, the people. The next meetsion of the Rev. C. H. Greer, presiding elder Miss Ella Spangler is improving town of 5,000 ried in Rockcastle county December the daughter, has been immensely Gov. Stanley has declined to re- ing will be with Mrs. J. C. McClary. of this district, was with the Stan- nicely after a long illness. 14, 1865. Mr. Gentry was born in popular during their residence in jail sentence in the case of Miss Cora Ledford spent the day mit the Methodist church Sunday and Rockcastle county, February 23, Washington and the loss of this most ford given George A. Riddle, of Union county, j WARRINER WHEELER. a most cordial greeting with Miss Sidney Hoskins. was 1845. His wife, who was Miss Re estimable family will be distinctly andj convicted of selling liquor in local Deputy Clerk E. D. Pennington iswelcome by his former Mrs. Bettie Davis and little daughbecca E. Tyree, was born in Scotl felt in the exclusive social circles of territory. The refusal was in sued license last week to Barbee He went from here to ter, Nellie, spent Sunday ''with her option county, Va., November 14, 1846. To the nation's capital. a petition signed by a Wheeler, aged 28, to wed on today Preachersville to hold quartei-l- meet- father, Mr. Elam, at Crab Orchard. the face of the couple were born eleven chil large number of Morganfield citizens, or tomorrow Miss Mary E. Warriner, Miss Eliza Robinson is able to be ing MDonday and Tuesday. Dr. dren, six of whom are now living. RUSH BRANCH HONOR ROLL. and despite the fact that Riddle is a 17. The contracting parties both live Greer is proving a very popular pre- out again after a long illness. They are J.J. and M. Gentry, ot Mt. Fifth Grade. Hugh Morris. friend of the Governor. in the Waynesburg sectiun. siding elder, all over his circuit, Miss Ella Hoskins has been visitVernon; J. T. Gentry, of Lebanon Third Grade. Louise Hester, Wes-- r ri r Mr s ftiliv nnl ing her sister, Mrs. Elijah Wilson. iiMrln I Junction, Ky.; H. C, Jr., and J. W. i ley Gover, Henry Gover and Roger j PNEUMONIA CURE. ogmzed his ability as a man of God, A number of girls walked out to o: a r t? t : th In view of the prevalence of pneuknew that he would. He says that Sunday school Sunday last. John B. Gentry, of St. Louis, Mo. Second Grade T. J. Hester and ' monia to such an alarming extent,, his family is nicely domiciled at Dan Mr. Carr Singleton spent the day Dr. Frank Watkins made a busiClark Reed. The latter was the only ville but will always have a very ten- with Mr. and Mrs. H. .S. Payne Tuesand the many deaths resulting thereness trip to Williamsburg. TO AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS. pupil who was neither absent nor der spot in from, I send you the following for their hearts for Stanford. day. Mr. Lee Bailey of Leroy, 111., has publication: "Take six to ten onions Warning is hereby given you that tardy during the entire term. The Rev. Ernest Ford, one of the finest been visiting his sister, Mrs. L. P. according to size, and chop fine, put highest general averages for the term young men driving over eight or ten miles an ever reared at Moreland, Cook. in a large spider over a hot fire; hour in the city limits, will be pun- were made by Roger Morris, Louise has just been engaged as pastor of Mr. and .Mrs. James Boone are visHester, Clark Reed, Leslie Canada the Christian church ished by fines from $10 to $100 for at Junction City ' There will appear under this head , iting their daughter, Mrs. F. M. then add about the same quantity of rye meal, and vinegar enough to each offense. It is also against the and Elmer Tucker. Mrs. Dolly W. for the year 191G. Rev. Ford is just each week, suggestions, etc., to the Campbell. make it a thick paste. In the meancity laws to fail to "honk" for cross- McBee, teacher. completing his theological course at general public, as to how they can Clarence Rambp has been made ex- while sir thoroughly, letting it it simings and while turning. Thees laws Transylvania University, Lexington. help our city. A 'handful of people tra foreman at this place. mer five or ten minutes. Then put BOTH FOR PREPAREDNESS will be rigidly enforced. A. B. FlorOn next Sunday, Feb. 13th, a special cannot accomplish anything in this Mrs. App Taylor is improving afin a cotton bag large enough to 10-- 2 ence, Mayor. Speaker Clark and Republican service will be held at Junction City. line, but if you will lend a hand, we ter a severe spell of grip. cover the lungs, and apply it to the Leader Mann fought side by side in This service is for the benefit of the will strive for a bigger and better Miss Mercer "of Turnersville, has chest as hot as the patient can bear. MISS KINCAID WON. Congress Monday for national de- -' young men and everyone, man, Stanford. Let's stop knocking ev- been the week end guest of Mr. and When gets cool apply another, and it measures. With party lines al- - man and child is invited to attend. erything from our town down to our Mrs. Frank Mercer. Some time ago the Woman's Club thus continue by reheating the poulthis city offered a prize of $1 to most obliterated two nay measures'" The subject will be: "A Real Nice neighbor. If you can't say anything of Mr. Harry Cook will leave this tices. In a few hours the patient will the best article on tuberculosis writ- passed without a dissenting vote. The Young Man." There will be special good keep your mouth shut. If you week for Illinois. be out of danger. Usually three or ten by a pupil of the Stanford- - High appearance of the Speaker on the music and the service will be for the hear the other fellow knocking" don't Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vanhook have School. There was a floor as the champion of the nation- most part in the hands of the young keep it to yourself, but let him know moved to Danville, where Mr. Van-hoo- k four applications will be? sufficient but and Graded continue always until perspiration contestant from each grade and Miss al defense program aroused great men. In the evening at 7:00 the you heard him. Let's see who can has a nice position with the Q. starts freely from the chest. This interest. IVIattie B. Kincaid, daughter of Mr. subject will be "Sin and Redemption." boost the most. If you have an 'idea & C. Ry. simple remedy was formulated many W. P. Kincaid, of this city, won. The Mrs. Catherine Watts is very sick send it to the "Boosting Departyears ago by one of the best physiarticle is said to' have been an exce- Has Used Chamberlain's Cough RemALAM CARSON. ment." Share your ideas with the with the grip. cians New England has ever known, edy for 20 Years. llent one, showing much knowledge Gibson Carson, aged 17, and Miss rest of us. Mrs. W. P. Stephenson is improvwho never lost a patient by this diof the subject and splendid work in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has Annie G. Elam, 20, were joined hand No man ever acquired a lasting ing after a spell of grip. sease. New York Sun. been used in my household for the and heart at the bride's home in the brand of. Popularity by 'Knocking. the preparation of it. S. L. Stephenson called on a mighty past twenty years. I began giving , East End last week. Every city's claims must be meas- pretty girl at Saufley Friday. TAKE NOTICE. Mrs. Davis Got Rid of a Bad it to my children when they were How Mr. R. F. Campbell's hand is imured wholly by the interest taken in The City Council will meet in the Cough. small. As a quick relief for croup, Do You Find Fault With Everybody? community affairs by its citizens, proving nicely, but it will be several Mayor's office, Room 26,' Lincoln ago I had a very bad whooping cough, and ordinary colds "Some time g An irritable, disposi- both as individuals and collectively. days before he can go back to work. County National Bank Building, uncough" writes Lewis T. Davis, Black- - it has no equal. Being free from tion is often due to a disordered Begin the New Year - fight by Master Robert Rambo has the til further notice, the old City Hall water, Del. "My brother McCabeJ opium and other harmful drugs, I stomach. A man with good digestion boosting Stanford. . . . ,7 whooping cough. . .. being uncomfortableand undesirable. Davis gave me a small bottle of never felt afraid to give it to the is nearly always good natured. A will "soon move to A. B. Florence, Mayor. Bro. Owens 10-- 2 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Af- children. I have recommended it to great many have been permanently Waynesburg. ' Constipation. ter taking this I bought half a doz- a large number of friends and neigh- benefitted by Chamberlain's Tablets Mr. Oscar Vanhook and family When costive or troubled with conIn a pistol duel between Everett en bottles of it but only used one bors, who have used it and speak after years of suffering. These tab- stipation take Chamberlain's Tablets. have moved into the house vacated Burnett and his wife at Savoy, Whitof them as the cough left me and I highly of it," writes Mrs. Mary lets strengthen the stomach and en- - They are easy to take and most agree- by his father. ley county Sunday, she was killed have not been troubled since." Ob- Minke, Shortsville, N. Y. Obtain- - ; able it to perform its functions nat- able in effect. Obtainable every- .. Mrs. Henry Browning went to Liv- and he may die fro mtne wounds able everywhere. tainable everywhere. urally. Obtainable everywhere. ingston Saturday to visit friends. where. He came home drunk. . , con-Mr- e ""and I Bar-Crow- e, j I V&, -- Sal-vis- a, is f-. "-- w t.j ! ) ,, a. ! I Car-niaLw- ill Mid-wee- I anti-narcot- ic ?W !...." aUMWiOHK.'I l.j a-J- : Ti 1- . V.T'r- - Beech Grove f I flood-strick- en -- par-ishone- rs. y !.,, - Maywood. I ! Boost Stanford wo-fen- se . fault-findin- -- she-inflicte- --1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 8, 1916. Stomach Acts Fine! En- Christmas Savings Club Has No Indigestion, Gas, Heartburn, Acidity! Upset Stomachs In Five Minutes You don't want rolled Over 500 Savings counts up to Feb. 1. Ac- young business man of Boyle's capital. Mr. W. O. Terrill has accepted a position as cashier of the Merchants and Farmers Bank at Richland, Va. Mr. Terrill left last week for his new Mr. Ephriam Anderson died at his home at Mt. Hebron, after a short illness of grip, age 77 years. He is survived by a sister and two grand- 'Tape's Diapepsin" Fixes Sick, Sour, home. Women Shoes. A few more weeks and you will be talking injure it with drastic drugs. UnitPape's Diapepsin is noted for its speed in giving relief; its harmless-nes- s; Cerits certain, unfailing action in regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. Its millions of cures in indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach trouble has made it famous the world over. Keep this perfect stomach doctor in your home keep it handy get a case from any drug large fifty-cestore and then if anyone should eat something which doesn't agree with them, if what they eat lays like lead, INCOLN ferments and sours and forms gas; causes headache, dizziness and nausea; eructations of acid and undi"Corner Next To Court House." gested food rememoer as soon as Pape's Diapepsin comes ""in contact Stanford, Kentucky. with the stomach all such distress vanishes. Its promptness, certainty and ease in overcoming the worst stomach disorders is a revelation to the Chicago youth. A good move, to those who try it. 11-- 1 The be sure, but strikes us there are some ' 365 days in the year that should be Lancaster Publisher devoted to the effort of making the S. M. Saufley. boy better and his way clearer of $1.00 A TEAR STRICTLT IN ADVANCE temptation. Rev. Frank Cheek of Danville, filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian Entered at the postofice at Stanford as second church Sunday morning. clatt mail matter Gov. Stanley very properly refus-p- ri Two music clubs have been organa nardon to Georore B. to school. One meets Business men of Hopkinsville are;Alexan(j fte Paris banker convict. ized at the graded and the other planning to practically start to We agree thoroughly th the gov- - Tuesday afternoons housekeeping the first bridal couple ernQr in thing he said about the on Wednesday. which will admit that the bride took j Miss Mattie Adams is visiting Mrs. h we musfc confess it doeg th advantage of Leap Year and did the look ike he was rubbing it in a bit J. W. Adams in Lexington and Mrs. proposing. The county clerk there ... , John Boner in Nicholasville. has agreed to furnish the license, and John Murphy and Miss Stella the county judge will marry them Comely of this place were united in without a fee. Presents running all HIGH SCHOOL NOTES marriage last Tuesday in the city of the way from a wedding ring to a The newly wedded couRichmond. (By John R. McKinney) trousseau for the bride and a mule All the school is now preparing ple left at once for Cincinnati where for the groom have been offered. which is to be the groom is engaged in business. Why not find a Leap Year bride in ' for the grand Carnival given in the school auditorium the Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear have been , . Lincoln, too? Our girls are certainly j . to see Mr. W. S. Fish, as courageous as those of Hoptown; turning rnuixy evening. ajig ciaci- in Stanford tainment is being promoted by Miss who is reported quite sick. Esther Burch, who has charge of the The union services were held at every man m Lincoln will back us up . Expression department. There will the Methodist church Sunday evein such a statement they should enkinds, side ning, Elder F. M. Tinder delivering counter little trouble in finding an be amusements of all shows, bands, fortune tellers, etc. the sermon. Aiimnlo tTrtiirtn tmoti ntfh iiTtil A miri special feature will be the Feath , caf Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott (Brent foraWo erweight Championship boxing bout, of Lexington entertained at a very matrimony. Just to start the ball two rival Saufley young' handsome reception in complinif nt td to rolling, the I. J. will give a three? between the sters, "Knockout Shelton, Jr." and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Chambers Brent years' subscription to the first .Leap "Battling Rowan, Jr." The "fight" a recent bridal couple. A few of Year couple up in this section, who is to go five rounds. Both are ex Mrs. Alfred Brent's Lancaster friends will give it the information that the perts with the gloves for kids of their Were upon the invitation list. bride popped the interesting quesK. age and a warm contest for "the . tion. We believe other business men Mr. Virgil Scott of Buena Vista, belt" is expected. A referee, time- will also contribute to a shower for recently purchased a farm of Mr. . . keeper and seconds have .been chosen , , , the happy pair, so get m line, girls, .. . M. T. S. Poor at Bryantsville. The tract UIIU LIIC tunc 1U1 iUUUUO uao UIL ok don't crowd, or better still, propose contains 54 acres and the price paid at two minutes with one minute in- was early and avoid the rush. . $5,000. termission. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph left the past week for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. That bridge between the L. & N. ' Miss Elizabeth Higgins was unable Charles Davis in Chattanooga. depot and Pineville is the source of to meet her classes Monday on acMiss Catherine Bourne of Danmuch annoyance and expense to the count of sickness. . ' ville, has been a recent guest of Miss good people of the capital of Bell Quite a record is being made by Fay Acton. county. The city failed to secure1 Ema Lee, the infant daughter of an injunction to prevent the Pineville the third grade spellers. Miss Jennie Newland has charge of that room Mr. and Mrs. Luke Naylor, died at Bridge Co., from collecting toll, and this means that pedestrians and and it seems from the reports that the home of her parents at Marks-burafter a short illness. teams will pay to get in and out of her pupils are doing good work. A striking example of the extra the city. Pineville is a delightful Messrs. William King and Joseph little place but most of us would be good work done is: Annelle Carson Barr, of this county, have gone to unwilling to get into it after paying did not miss a single word during the Louisville where they enlisted in the several cents per mile to ride there term in her spelling. In a review of U. S. Navy. They were sent to Nor' six hundred words given in six days, on the cars. Eunice Pepples, Welch Pepples and folk for training. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holtzclaw gave Sabra Katharine Walker missed only a most elaborate course dinner in Mayor Thompson, of Chicago, has one word each. honor of the recent bride and groom, designated next Sunday as "Save the Boy" day and has urged churches At Home Farm, Center Valley, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Holtzclaw. Mr. and complisold Mrs. Harry Anderson also and other organizations of his city 50 head of Holstein-Friesiamented them by a course dinner. to observe it with suitable services for an average of $232 recently, at Mrs. H. J. McRoberts of Stanford in a campaign for the betterment of auction. was a recent guest of Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. ' Samuel Dalton and Miss TMary Del-l- a Stone of the Mt. Hebron section of Garrard, were united in marriage in this city. Elder F. M. Tinder officiating. 1 Mrs. Emma Elkin left last week for a protracted stay with her son, Robert Elkin in Fairmont, W. Va. Miss Hannah Aldridge of Stanford is here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs'. J. Raymond Haselden. Mrs. Rozella Dunn and little daughter, Mary Lee, are in Lexington visiting relatives. Mr. R. K. Conn of this place was remembered upon his 70th birthday by a most substantial dinner. Mr. Conn is the father of eleven children, the grand-fathand the of forty-si- x great grand-fathof three. Miss Marguerite Merritt, a daughter of Mrs. Nannie Merritt, former resident of Lancaster, was married in Danville to Mr. L. L." Robinson, a nt This Is A Year Of Thrift In The ed States. Get One of Our tificates of Deposit Bearing 3 per cent, for any amt. from $25.00, up. slow remedy children. when your stomach is bad or an unMrs. Thomas Adams and daughter, certain one or a harmful one your of Sharpsburg were recent guests of stomach is too valuable; you mustn't Mrs. Adams' mtoher, Mrs. N. a Mc-Grat- h. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brown left Saturday for Asheville, N. C, where Mr. Brown has accepted a position as assistant cashier in the American National Bank at a handsome salary. LOW SHOES We want to be ready for you. We want shelf room for them so we can show you easily and fit you To do this, we are making a price on all our Women Shoes that quick. I Preachersville Bert Holtzclaw has returned to Greensburg, Ind., where he will be employed again for the coming summer. Little Nannie Holtzclaw is again on the sick list. Mrs. Phoebe Carpenter is able to be up again. Prof. J. B. Hutchins and little Miss Elsie Hutchins are visiting at Baileys Switch. Messrs. T. W. Payne and E. B. Thornton have swapped houses for this year. Thornton moves to the old Joel Holtzclaw house and Mr. Payne goes to the J. K. Sutton place. Mrs. James Poynter has been quite ill of pneumonia. Mrs. John B. Hutchins is spending some time with her mother, Mrs. E. SI lifer v)l L County HATIONALDANK. TRA5E KARH'ffiC.UiPaorECSKCTtOrnWf Justify Your Buying, Tho you may not need them today. None are reserved. They all go. Young women; old women; plain and fancy shoes. All $4 and $3.50 shoes at $2.50; $3 shoes at $2; $2.50 shoes at $1.75 $2 shoes at $1.35 and $1.- 50 shoes at $1.15. Interior Journal Foley. youngest children have been quite sick at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. H. Cummins. Mrs. Newt Gill has been quite sick. Mrs. Wm. Dyehouse is able to be Mrs. Richard Williams and her two out again. Little Miss Eliza Anderson Cummins is able to sit up after a severe attack of pneumonia. Her many friends are delighted to hear of her convalescence. Ramon Anderson, of the Canaan ill l! Jr. TRADE ! - , section, visited his uncle James Miller at the Horton place. Word from Paris says that Mrs. Jesse Traylor is much better. Henry Anderson has been sick for a few days. Jesse Lawrence is reported much MARKEauaPAIOffCEOLKaiMCOmwr This is a fine chance to save a little. better. Mrs. J. J. Thompson and daughter, Miss Lucile, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Morgan at Point Leavell and dined on McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD CENT r A-WORD KENTUCKY 't avfat turkey. Posters announce the closing of the store of W. C. Cummins for two days in order to complete invoice of stock preparatory to a change in the management of the business. "Uncle Jesse' Anderson, aged 77, and one of the oldest colored men in this section, died last week of grip and other ailments incident to old age. Burial occurred ut the old abandoned Drake's Creek graveyard near here. Deceased was a quiet darkey and had many friends among the white folks. ADS ALL ladies' and misses cloaks at half price. Robinson's. 10-- 1 FOR SALE. The frame garage the words you hae in your adv., at 1 cent each time the adv. is to ap- building on lot bought from H. C. pear in the paper, and send cash Anderson. See J. C. Bailey, 10-- 4 with order.) TEN Acres of hemp land for rent. CLOVER SEED. 14 bushels of Apply to Ashby M. Warren, Danville good home grown clover seed for sale. street, Stanford, Ky. tf Walter McKinney, Mt. Salem. 9-- 4t 8-- hereafter.be 1 cent a word each insertion, but no ad accepted for less than 25 cents. Cash must accompany all ads for this column. Count (Advertsements in this column will FOR SALE. No. 1 fresh J. B. Foster. Jersey-cow- . 10-2- p y, Here's Nature's Own 'Remedy for Catarrh ns m 2 1 On All Winter Clothing. We Are Compelled To Make Room For Spring Goods. Ten Days Only. er er J. L. Beazley & Co., ROBINSON'S. , I LA VllUtl LOKC1 IY Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. wA " 1llllUCLll.lLl K -t 1 r I I WANT to rent for 1916, 40 or 50 acres of grass land. Must be well or hour. Competent driver; rates watered. W. C. Shanks. Stanford. 7tf reasonable. Phone No. 5, day; 190, Hyomei Relieves Catarrh Without 11-- 4 night. Harry Carter, Stanford. The Use of Dangerous Drugs FOR SALE. Nine pair of coming two and mules; porT?nR SATE. Two choice black Not until Hyomei was discovered Berkshire boars; ready for service. ' tion of them broken. B. W. Leigh, has it been possible to truthfully say Sterling Curtis, R D. 1, Stanford, Hustonville, Ky. that a real remedy for catarrh was Ky. H-2- p FOR SALE. 22 head of known. mules; have been worked; sevHyomei is an oil and its air is eral nice pairs in the bunch. C. C. FOR SALE. Two breathed through a small inhaler fur-ip nished with it for a few minutes four driving horses for sale or will ex- Gover, R. F. D. 2, Lancaster. times a day, and during that time ev- change for mares in foal. W. C. 10 ery particle of this Hyomei-lade- n air Shanks. FOR SALE. Extra good Blue passages and lungs taken into the air Grass seed. Price 75 cents per buis impregnated with a powerful germ FOR SALE. Two beautiful Ma- - shel. Write or phone T. E. Baldwin, antiseptic. hogany killing and health-givin- g 11-- S Pianos, like new; fine tone; Richmond, Ky. Sprays and lotions often cause dis- bargains, Address1 $125 each, cash. orders of the respiratory tracts or T n T aiiic- - I O CLOSING OUT SALE. Having 0J bring on some other diseases and ville, Ky. decided to look after my farming 8 , never make a permanent cure of ca interests, I will close out my stock tarrh. But when the air of Hyomei of goods in Hustonville at cost. B. LAST chance to secure winter hats W. Leigh, Hustonville. penetrates to the inmost air cells of the lungs and enters the blood with at prices which are practically givthe oxygen it not only kills the ing them away. You can't beat anyHORSES AND MULES. Anyone germs in the throat and nose, but where the bargains we are offering having horses and mules for sale, enkills the bacilli in the blood, freeing now. Miss Ella May Saunders, Stan- ter them in Dinwiddie & Carter's tf the mucous membranes from poison ford. court day sale, February 14th at out microbes and giving perfect Carter & Carter's livery stable. health. Mary Pickford in BE sure and see A complete outfit is inexpensive "Cinderella" at the opera house on FOR SALE A few genuine buff and includes an inhaler, dropper and Friday afternoon, February 4th, at toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Issufficient Hyomei for several weeks' 3 o'clock, given for the school chil- land Red Cockerels for sale also. treatment. dren of Stanford and vicinity under Mrs. R. H. Crow, Shelby City, or G. L. Penny has so much faith in the auspices of the D. A. R. tf Stanford, R. D., No. 2. the merit of Hyomei that he agrees to return the numey to any purchas- ' STANFORD Water, Light & Ice TO THE PUBLIC. er who is not thoroughly satisfied. I represent toe targest and best Stock For Sale. Feb. 14, 1 p. m., clothing in this day, I will sell at public country Ed V. Price & house Chicago county court Co;, house 20 shares of 111. My experience in measuring and auction at court C. M'Clary stock in Stanford, Water, Light & directing the making of your clothes, Ice Co. One share with privilege of gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will 11-- 2 20. J. N. Saunders, Atty. give me your order I will promise you a square deal. Tou will get the worth of your money, either in the BLACKSMITH SHOP TOOLS. will offer cheapest grades or the higher priced. If not sold privately, we My FALL and WJNTER line of publicly, Monday, February 14, at samples are now ready for your in2:00 p. m., on court house square, spection. Call and let me show you. blacksmith shop Stanford, Ky., Undertaker --- Embalmer tools of Parsons the Preston. Lincoln C RUPLEY. the Practical Tailor &. Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 AUTO FOR HIRE. By trip, mile, three-year-old 9-- 45 four-year-o- ld GI 1 .. ! 17 3-- 9-- 4t 9-- -- 9-- td 1-- made-to-ord- er J. Stanford, Kentucky. Ky. In That Dollar ! -A rf s . The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 8, 1916. A Child's BE SURE TO CONSULT OR WRITE THE "OFFICERS OF THE Tongue Shows If Liver Or Bowels Are Active! - Heard About Town ing. ,The friends of Jesse Dunn will be delighted to learn that he is improv- Permanent Relief From Chronic Constipation First National Bank, STANFORD, KY. Before Opening Your Bank Account. 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. well's Syrup Pepsin just what was needed for constipation and distress of the stomach after eating. It should be in every household." SAVING, LIKE SPENDING IS A HABIT-- A Get a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and keep it in the house to use when occasion arises. A Always Brings Wealth Habit fifty cents a bottle. trial bottle, free of charge, can be I bottle of "California Syrup Mrs. C. C. Allen, 215 Foam St., obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. News comes from Louisville that of Figs," which has directions for baNew Monterey, Calif., wrote to Dr. Caldwell, 454 Washington St., Monti-cell- o, bies, children of all ages and grown- - A. G. Eastland, who lived in Stan111. Caldwell that she "found Dr. Cald- ll-- l T. W. Jones was in Richmond on ; ups printed on the bottle. Beware ford a number of years, is quite ill. Personal and Social business Saturday. of counterfeits sold here, so don't be Mr. Eastland has been agent for the T. K. Watson was in Cra"b Orchard fooled. Get the genuine, made by Mutual Life Insurance Company for M. S. Baughman went to LexingTheodore Mohr, of the staff of Social Calendar. Saturday on business. many years. "California Fig Syrup Company. ton Saturday and came back with a Graves,. Cox & Company, of LexingFeb. 7. The Mother's Club will Mr. J. L. Beasley was in Corbin new Model 75 Overland touring car, ton, is in Stanford for several days. X meet with Mrs. John S. Baughman visiting Saturday. Miss Beatrice Broyles, of the Pla for which popular make he is agent Mr. Mohr owns some property on at 2 o'clock. Miss Cora Lee spent Sunday in to section of Pulaski, and D. Mitchell in Lincoln and Garrard counties. Chestnut Ridge, and is preparing to Miss Ophelia Lackey is visiting Feb. 9 Miss Lucy Lee Walton will Lancaster with Miss Maude Foster. Cress, a brother of our own John M. Look for his big announcement in have it surveyed. entertain the Sewing Club at her friends at Crab Orchard for a few Miss Elizabeth Matheny is visiting Cress, of the Preachersville section, Friday's paper. home on Lancaster street at 2:30 p. days. Miss Blanch Barnett at Hustonville. were married last week. Mr. Cress It is of interest to their Kentucky Mrs. Ollie Phing, of Hubble, went m. Miss Mary D. Kennedy and Miss friends to know that Mr. John M. P. to Maretsburg Saturday to make a Blanch Barnett. of Hustonville. were is a 'Rockcastle county man and a Friends here regretted to learn of Feb. 11. Great Carnival at the fine fellow. visit to Mr. and Mrs James Phing. 'in town shopping Saturday. the serious accident sustained by Thatcher and bride, who was Miss School. Graded New York City, Miss Alhe Yantis, of Lancaster, is i Ml.M Poavi W:0i,ie nf TT,,srftnvilio Mrs. Amelia Smith, of Danville, who Katherine Sands, of Feb. 11. The Missionary Society Prof. J. R." Elliott, the well known have taken handsome quarters at of the Baptist church will meet with ; the attractive guest of Miss Lottie is vjsitjng her brother, Mr. Henry colored music teacher, is taking or- fell and broke a hip last week. Her 1190 Madison avenue, New York, , sister, Mrs. W. C. Grinstead, who Mrs. Shelton Saufley at 2 o'clock. , Carson. Fiplds ders for Booker Washngton's Own City. Mr. Thatcher and bride reLittle Allen K. Traylor, Jr., who All members are urged to be pres- Migs Mamie Holman and Miss Sa- - Story of His Life and Work, and is makes her home with her daughter, cently visited his parents, Mr. and Bellevue, is has been ill for some ten days, is die Chadwick of Crab Orehard, were ent. receiving quite a number of orders Mrs. J. W. Ireland at Mrs. Thomas M. Thatcher at Somerthought to be improving. in town shopping Saturday. set. Mr. Thatcher is connected with for the autobiography of the greatest with her. Louis, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tribble spent Tuesday Messrs. Bill Nave and Maurice negro of the age. the American Telephone & TelegTph Mrs. W. H. Mershon, is recovering RifFe, in Lexington. Clyde Noel, the popular assistant Company's legal department, and in of Hustonville, were in town Mrs. Jane S. Robinson, of Lancas- from a severe spell of pneumonia. Saturday, Green Clay Walker, county attor- of Wm. Merriman, the big produce that capacity frequently comes to County Clerk George B. Cooper has ter, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. Mrs. W. H. Williams, ofKnoxville, ney of Garrard, and moving picture and poultry buyer of the West End, Washington to appear before the Inreturned from a short stay at Mar- is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. J. busB. Paxton. terstate Commerce Commission. show magnate of that delightful lit- was in town Monday morning on tinsville, Ind., feeling a lot better. Lee. Mr. Merriman could hardly Washington cor. C.-- J. iness. tle village, Lancaster, located just Mrs. J. E. Buck and pretty little run his business without Clyde, who Manager Homer Wray,- - of the Dandaughter, Nell, of Gilbert's Creek, ville phone exchange was over with over the north Lincoln boundary, was can figure with a farmer's wife on YOU WILL GET A LETTER in town to secure a film from local spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. her egg crop a little quicker than within a few days if your subscripfriends Sunday. Manager C. Hays Foster, of the Mattie Nevius, here. tion to the I. J. has expired, notify- Miss Sara Wood spent the week Stanford opera house, as his own any one in the game. ' Pat Davis Rankin, i incr vou of that important fact. The end with her cousin, Miss Anna Green missed train connection and did not i and Jirs' T.' C' 'I. J. is 1.50 a year where subscrip Vonierful, Simple Gefa-It- " Wood. Kever &n arrive in time. Mr. Walker was kept bbDr. J. T. Hammond, who has been tions are not paid in advance for a is quite ill of - Miss Myrtle Murray, of CraV-- - Or PaastoBemov Any C Easily. i busy while here receiving 'congratula- in iuusinebs on iu- ,,:i y ;i- tne gnp' uib vau.j "Wouldn't it jar you? Here rv i chard, who has been visiting Miss tions from his many Lincoln friends Hanging Fork bridge f,or several! year, but is still $1 where a year's teen goins along tor years, with oae . Miss Blanche Barnett, of Huston-despera- Sallie Burdett, subscription is paid ahead. The I. J. returned Saturday. corn Jter another, trying ' "su upon his recent marriage. v set rid of thm witfc. salves tiat ' le, was thQ attractive guest of hopes every subscriber on its list Mrs. W. R. Rice will entertain her erty at Shelby City and the stock of will renew promptly at the 1 rate; i Miss Elizabeth Matheny" here early bridge club on Thursday afternoon. pike James Lay, on the Hustonville , this week. groceries of James Lunsford and Louisville Post. was in town Saturday and renewed opened up an attractive drug store it does not desire to send the paper Miss Sallie Reynolds, of Mt. Verto anyone who does not want it, anl Messrs. W. H. Wearen, W. B. his subscription to the I. J. for annon, who has been visiting Dr. E. and general store at that hustling lit- for that reason many whose subscripand Emmett Cabell went to other year. Mr. Lay says that the J. Brown, returned to her home Sat- Lexington this morning. tle city. tions have expired will be taken from old Ground Hog theory is exploded urday. the list, in the event a renewal is Mrs. T. W. Pennington and daugh- as far as he is concerned, as he Mrs. Richard Bush entertained at News has been received here of the not received. Look on your label ter, went to Frankfort Tuesday morn- caught a. couple out of their holes on BbbBBM luncheon Wednesday for Miss Bettie ing to visit her sister, Mrs. R. W. February 4th and killed them, when death at Kosse, Texas, on January and see how you stand. Bw r 1916, of Mr. J. M. Taylor. Death daig, of Danville, the guest of Mrs. Keenon. according to all the rules, they were 30, Arc&ibald Goodloe. Lexington Herwas due to softening of the brain. Miss Katie Lynn Wood spent sev- expected to stay in for six weeks Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ald, deceased married Mrs. S. eral 'days last week with Misses Mary more, having seen their shadows on The with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot Mrs. B. H. Hammontree, of Lebwho moved from Crab Or- reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood Hub- the 2d. disease, and in or cure It anon Junction, came xlto Mondav Lee jyid Elizabeth Givens, of chard to Groesbeck, Texas in 1898, you constitutionalinternal remedies. order to Catarrh X must take Hall's ble. Tffft jneorning for a visit to her mother, has a host of friends back in Cure Is taken internally, and acts dlrcttly upon Manager L. F. Steele, of the Hus- and Mrs. Cyrus Jones, mother of T. W. the blood and mucous sur facts. Hall's Catarrh Mrs. G. W. Cabell, and other rela Cure not a iuaci tonville Telephone Company, is send- her "old Kentucky home," who will scribedis by one of the medicine. It was preTCcalts&sl TJse Sure "Gets-It- " Jones, of this city, has been quite ill for Those physicians in this Corns am d Save Xour lifeind Your Toes J tors here. ing out to his patrons this week, the extend heartiest sympathy in her be- country for years and Isbestregular prescription. a Among the Stanford boys who at- at her home south of town, with grip attractive new directory just printed reavement. 13 coffiojed of the best tonics known, comcat off the ttoes, tapes that stick to It bined with the best blood pursers, aetlnjr dt the stocking, bandages and plasters tended the Kappa Alpha dance in and complications. rectly on the mucous surfaces. The package o?f the toes, trythat make a Miss Jane Addams has arrived for him by the Interior Journal. It ing razors and scis- Danville last week were Jesse Hock-e- r, of the two ingredients is A dispatch from Frankfort Sun- duces such wonderful results in curingwhat prosors. Then I tried 'Gets-I- t just once catarrh. from school at Danville and will is one of the nicest directories ever Jr., Joe Hill, Prescott Brown, Send for testimonials, free. and you ought to have seen that corn, weeks with her parents, Mr. gotten out anywhere for any phone day said that A. Auiiams, of Crab several come off just like a btnana peel." It's Bryan Perkins, Shirley Cover. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, OV. ' simple, Tronaerful. ICs the new way. Sold by Druggists, price 70c. and Mrs. A. Addams. Frankfort company if the I. J. does say it it- Orchard, this county, who has been painless, applied in Two seconds, nevMiss Ruth Darnell entertained a self and istruly typical of the fine connected with the office of the Clerk Take Hall's Family PIUs for censtipation. er hurts IhexTthy flesh or irritates. Journal. NbthSng to press on tne corn. Never j few of her friends at n chafing dish Mrs. Joseph Coffey, who has been service which is now being given the of the Court of Appeals for years fails. Quit the old watrs for once any- j party Saturday evening. Those who way and try "Gets-It- " West End'people by the hustling and and once served out the term of the tonight. JFor TREES corns, calluses, warts and bunions. were present were: Miss Elizabeth ill for some time, lost her balance popular manager of the company. Fruit and Shade Trees, Shrubs, late W. W. Longmoor, who died in "Gets-It- " last week, and sustained a bad fall, is sold eyrywhere, 25c a bottle or saaX .direct by E. Lawrence Higgins and Mr. Joe Hfll, Miss SaTHe which severely strained the ligaoffice, has been appointed to the land Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, & Co. Chicago, JIL Roses, Phlox, Peonies and everything Mills Craig and Mr. Dennis Sprag-en- s, Earl Russell and Miss Barbara office by Auditor Robert L. Greene, for Orchard Lawn Sold in Stanford and recommendand Garden. We Miss Elizabeth Eldridge and Mr. ments of a limb. James G. Carpenter, III, and Al- Russell, near Ottenheim, took the with whom he served in the clerk's have NO agents. Get our FREE cated as the world's best corn remedy, "William Grimes, Miss Josephine Caralogue. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, bert Carpenter, sons of Mr. and Mrs. train here Monday morning for office in charge of the fee books. by the Lincoln Pharmacy. penter and Mr. William Yager. Lexington, Ky. S0-t- f Richmond, where they will enter the Jamie Carpenter, of Crab Orchard, Eastern State Normal School, and have been spending several days with their grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. J. prepare for teaching. Their father, "Uncle Doc" Russell, one of the best Make Your Drug Store G. Carpenter. Mrs. Anna Eliza Wilcher, who was known citizens of that part of the Trading Both Easy operated on for appendicitis last of county, brought them in to the train. H The young Mr. Russell will take a x, the week, is doing nicely. Dr. G. G. Perry was assisted in the operation, course in agriculture while at Richwhich was a most successful one by mond, which he believes will be of We claim to sell you the finest Drs. Jackson and Smith of Danville. much benefit to him. goods that any drug store can offer Mrs. James Messer. who is a sister. at the lowest prices consistent with came down from. Crab Orchard to Swamp-Roo- t Stops high character. be with Mrs. Wilcher during the tryz We claim to give you a service Serious Backache ing period. pleasing in the extreme; to treat Mrs. J. H. McAlister werit to LebWhen your back aches, and your 'Z you fairly whether you come in peranon Monday to spend a few days n bladder and kidneys seem to be disson, send the children or order by IV V .3 before going to Brookhaven, Miss., ordered, remember it is needless to mail or telephone. to be with her son, Foster B. McAl suffer go to your nearest drug store We guarantee service that is satister and wife some three or four and get a bottle of Dr. Kilmer'? isfactory. Really, you can always months. Mrs. Foster McAlister has Swamp-Roo- t. It is a physician's predo better here. been in an infirmary for some weeks, scription for diseases of the kidneys where she was operated on for gall ahd bladder. stones. She was better at last acIt has stood the test of years and I counts. That little rosebud fragment of humanity who nestles has a reputation for quickly and efin the cradle of your arms and coos fectively giving results in thousands WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM. of cases. What are you doing to protect and nourish him "Not failure but low aim is crime." This prescription was used by Dr. STOP AT-and keep him comfortable? City Economics: (a) Cleaning Kilmer in his private practice and Streets and Disposing of Sewerage was so effective that it has been We keep a complete line of everything for your and Garbage, Mrsr A. C. Hill." (b) placed on sale everywhere. Get a baby remedies for internal disorders, gentle and Sanitary Inspection of Groceries, bottle, 50c, and $1.00, at your nearsoothing salves and ointments for rashes and chapped Public Buildings, Etc.rMrs. W. G. est druggist. WHEN IN LOUISVILLE. "Withers, (c) Butcher Shoo Sanita spots, dainty toilet waters, cooling talcum, baby focids, However, if you wish first to test , EUROPEAN PLAN GOOD ROOMS Sl.OOPER rAV cimi? tion, Miss Ella Mae Saunders. nursing bottles, nipples, fine combs, soft brushes. this great preparation send ten cents jL (G ROOM WITH EXCELLENT SERVICE AND LOW PRICES i How Can We Assist the Mayor to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampto Tl iM' and Council in Beautifying Our N. Y., for a sample bottle. Whe REE jUTttBUS MEETS TRAINS. TURKISH AND ." The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford,. Ky. Town, Mrs. Rout. S writing be sure and mention the s WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS JjJK The. Deadly House Fly, Dr. Interior Journal, Stanford iJ: W. ACEY, Proprietor. J. GREEN1ERG, Mmnmgr Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist 5iw Ky. 9,10,11,12 "V ( That I Col. John B. Dinwiddie, the silver-tonguauctioneer of Moreland, was KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF Once. in Stanford a short time Saturday on CORRECT DAILY HABIT THE " the hustle between sales. giving Every mother realizes, after GREAT ESSENTIAL her children "California Syrup of John O. Allen, of Liberty, and Miss Figs" that this is their ideal laxative, Constipation is a condition effectMary Elliott, daughter of D. G. Elbecause they love its pleasant taste, ing all classes of all people and can and it thoroughly cleanses the tender liott, of Middleburg, were married be permanently relieved only by aclittle stomach, liver and bowels with- last week. Both are very popular quiring habits of regularity. young people. out griping. The most natural time for the When cross, irritable, feverish, or A number of local horsemen in- eliminative process is in the morning breath is bad, stomach sour, look at when both the muscular and nervous the tongue, Mother! If coated, give cluding J. C. Bailey, W. O. Walker, systems are relaxed by sleep and a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit Carroll Dudderar, A. T. Nunnelley rest. When relief does not come laxative," and in a few hours all the and others have entered horses in the readily, is an excellent plan to take it foul, constipated waste, sour bile and big sales at Lexington next week. a mild laxative at bedtime. Catharv undigested food passes out of the John Bogie has resigned as road tics and purgatives, that by the viobowels, and you have a well, playful lence of their quick action shock and child again. When its little system overseer of Garrard and the fiscal disturb the system, should not be is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach- court is having a hard time selecting -ache, Mr. Bogie goes with employed. diarrhoea, indigestion, col- a successor. An effective laxative remedy that ic remember, a good "inside cleans- the Newport Culvert Co., of Newport. is very dependable, and which does ing" should always be the first treatClyde Sturgaon, the well known not gripe or otherwise disturb the orment given. gans involved, is found in a combinaMillions of mothers keep "Califor- - young real estate broker of King's tion of simple laxative herbs known nia Syrup of Figs" handy; they know Mountain, was in town Saturday re- as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin that i a teaspoonful today saves a sick child turning home from Richmond where can be bought at the drug store for tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a he made a short business trip. ed If Cross, Feverish,- Sick, Bilious, Give Fruit Laxative At m .wwvmb v- - - r saaamammjm: . ?.1&?J MRS. C. C. ALLEN. ! 50-ce- nt J Corns Gome Off Like Banana Peel seven-vear-o- ld fe - t te Mc-Kinn- ey Van-derpo- ol, aftKt I perlect-comblnatio- n hlood-brisigl- ng ! f lr and Profitable Your Own Flesh and Blood PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford. THE GALT HOUSE, ELEC-RiCIEATHS- i ( mi-week- ly l 's C i - ) The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 8, 1916. Farm and Stock News A Good Cattle Market At Stanford Monday. Prices on stock have been advancing recently and we look for a big run here on Monday next, Feb. 14th, County Court Day, with a large number of buyers on hand. Bring your stock in. We have ample accommo-tion- s and will treat you right. William Beck sold to O. P. Huffman a beef cow at 5c. An average of $398 was made on 50 Percherons at a dispersal sale held at Sioux City, Iowa, Tast month. Frank Gray, of Glendale, Hardin county sold to S. J. Paterson 17 head of cattle which averaged 1,150 pounds, at 7 cents a pound. C. C. CARPENTER will have for sale, in Stanford, Court Day, an extra good pair of mare mules, 16 hands List of Properties in Lincoln County and Stanford For Sale. FOR SALE 300 acres; residence; 150 acres in grass, balance in. cultivation; 3 large stock barns; 1 large tobacco barn; on good turnpike. This is A-- l farm. Price and terms right. FOR SALE. 60 acres Dix rivcottage; er farm; cheap; 20 acres in grass, 40 for corn. FOR SALE 575 acres, 11-- 2 miles from railroad station; in graded school district; will price as a whole or divide. FOR SALE. 82 acres; cottage; 1 large barn; good or ry high; five years old; beautifully 11-- 2 broken. Lay and Murphy, on the Huston-vill- e pike, sold their crop of 7,600 pounds to "tobacco on the Danville market last week at an average price1 cents a pound. of 12 T.W.Jones '.rrr2Si3(RB Lessee Nunnelley's Stock Yards, :rSS3B -- KY. W. H. HIGGINS: I have tried the the Sub Soil Attachments and they are just what I want. Will keep them both. f LILBURk GOOCH. The above plow can be attached to any steel beam plow. I c W. H. Higgins, Stanford jTrgriwimtErre-apscywis-reszrwB wt.-Mfgnr- ia GO TO- - T. D. NEWLAND'S Opposite the Court-House, And Buy Yourself a W. J. Oliver Plow. It will do your work right. Also get your Garden Rakes and Hoes. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. and Florida. W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, had almost a monopoly of the mule market at Richmond Monday. He bought up a total of 20 head of mare mules for which he paid an average price of $185 a head. Few other buyers were on hand probably ..on account of the bad weather, and Mr. Burton had his pick of things, and no one knows better than he how to pick 'em. At the meeting of county farm demonsti-atorat Lexington last week, reports from over the state showed that the long period of warm i weather which featured November j and December caused the Hessian fly to mature and thus become a victim to subsequent freezes. It is believed ' this may operate to save the imperiled wheat crop of Kentucky. It is reported that larvae has disappeared from fields in which it was 'present in appalling numbers early fall and that wheat growers everywhere over the state are greatly encourag-- ( ed over the outlook now. T. W. Jones, of Nunnelely's Stock Yards, went pver to Richmond Sat-- 1 urday to see what the market prospects were for Monday. He said that there was lot of trading there Satur day, though the mud had put the yards in bad shape. There were about 1,500 cattle on the Richmond market court day, top steers, running in weight from 600 to 800 pounds selling up to $7.50 a hundred. Thin cows brought 3 to 4 cents'Di pound. A great many of the buyers who were at Richmond Monday told Mr. Jones that they will be here next Monday, and he is looking for a good market, with quite a bunch of good stuff on hand. s I in-th- FOR SALE. Extra good Blue Grass seed. Price 75 cents per bushel. Write or phone T. E. Baldwin, 11-- 8 Richmond, Ky. George D. Boone and Perry Ballard, East End traders, were on the Richmond market Monday, and sold 42 head of light stockers, which ran A. H. Hunker, of Roanoke, Mo., in weight from 400 to 750 pounds. Tecently sold a pair of They disposed of the beeves in small bunches and received from 6 to 7 mules to Mr. Belchei, of Boone county, for $500. 2 cents a pound for them. Wm. A. Elgin, of Piatt City, Mo, The Elizabethtown News says that sold recently to Sparks Bros., of St. Major Rod Warfield, of Hardin county has had some recent bad luck with Louis, Mo.,' 25 head of mules at $225 mules at Atlanta. In one carload he per head. W. T. Tucker bought of Mrs. Malost 13 that died quite suddenly from some malady, the exact nature of ry Owsley two carloads of timothy which is unknown. He also lost 10 hay at $13.50 per ton. He shipped in another carload. it to a customer at Lafollette, Tenn. Duroc-Jerse-y Tho annual sale of Harris Bros., of Roanoke, Mo., sold hogs was held Saturday on the farm 51 head of cotton mules to Louis of McKee Brothers near Versailles Chorn and W. S. Patterson, of Fayand good prices were realized. Fifty ette, Mo., for $140 a head. were sold at an average of $70 per George Williams Clay, of Paris, head, the prices ranging on the sows bought 90 head ofcattle, shoats, avfrom $275 down. Several boars eraging about 90 pounds each, from brought good money. Buyers were a Bourbon trader, last week, for in attendance from Kentucky, Indi$550. ana, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee King & Gray, mule buyers from 1-- chard; 70 acres in grass, balance FOR SALE cottage; for wheat and corn; 2 miles from like new; lot 60x228; large barn; court house, on turnpike; will concrete walk to Main street; make a price on this that will in- Price is only $1,000; cash for imterest you. mediate sale. SALE Vacant lot 60x138 FOR SALE. 33 acres, Whitley street; concrete walk; cottage; good barn; 5 miles from on court house; bargain if sold at price $300 if sold at once. FOR SALE. Vacant lot 50x once. 200 on Main street; 2 squares from FOR SALE court house. FOR SALE. Money making frame residence on Main street, 3 squares from court house; will sell business opportunity in Stanford; this for $1,700 cash down; will easily clear $2,000 per annum. not stay on the market long at the Owner in bad health. Will sell cheap. price. ry A. B. FLORENCE, m Office 28, Lincoln Nat. Bank Bldg., Stanford, Ky. - . mti in mm j, mmexBsmmm 9 Headquarters for s. AMERICAN FENCE 3II 4-- 1 " i" i ' f j, i I ! i ' i i ' ii FT i " f " hni- i i. i ai n i a ! i'i -i i i Wi r JZLZ r h I hi w h f 1 I Pr4- - -- ft '"t " f high-grad- r r r&J ffT r tH" e Made of large, strong, 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 mntilate or injure stock. e I South Carolina, bought last week from Bourbon farmers 64 head of cotton mules, at an average of about $175, or over $11,000 for the bunch. They were shipped to South Carolina. Clark & Young, of Bourbon, last week received 75 head of cattle shoats averaging 120 noundb, which were bought from E. R. Wade,' of Clark county, at $7 per hundred pounds. The shoats were contracted for in July. Boone & Ballard, East End traders had a load of hogs on the Cincinnati market Monday which they bought from farmers at prices running from 5 4 to 6 2 cents a pound. The porkers weighed from 100 to 250 pounds. W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, bought Andy Gooch's crack pair of mare mules here Tuesday morning. He paid $500 for them and then paid Mr. Gooch $2.50 to deliver them 'at Lancaster. This is one of the finest pair of mules reared in this section in a long time. They are both big rangy fellows, about six and seven years old; and make a great team. Mr. Gooch has held them for $500 for some .time, and has turned down many a lower bid for them. 3-1-- Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs and Pigs 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 voiur fields so they will stay fenced. Now is 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 THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if "not Satisfactory, Get Your Money. ComeBack and 1 GEORGE H. FARRIS. Advertising a Sale ! ' tf"OU MARDI GRAS Only a Day and Night to New Orleans Louisville & Nashville Railroad. Wjf st road and go to a to read a sale bill do you? Then don't expect the other fellow to do it. 0 don't leave your rig in the middle of the fence-po- Tickets on Sale Daily February 28 to March 6, In- Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS clusive New Orleans $20.45; Mobile $17.20; Pensacola $16.70 Round-Tri- p from Stanford, Ky. Sleeping Car fare $4 to $4.50 each way. Board at s best private homes $1 per day, or at hotels $2 per day and up. For first-clas- Put an ad in this paper, then, regardless of the weather, WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT ORWRITE Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio Florida Stopovers and other special features Get full information and fares from the Local Southern Agent, or write to B. H.Todd, District Passenger Agent.LouUville, Ky. The Southern Railway is the direct line to Asheville, Aiken, Augusta.Char-lestoColumbia, Savannah, and other southern resorts. n, paper. the fellow you want to reach reads yourannounce-ment- s while seated at his fireside. k If he is a prospective buyer you'll have him at yoursale. One extra buyer often pays the entire expense of the ad. and it's a poor ad that won't pull that buyer. An nd :n this paper reaches the people you are after. Bills may be a necessity.but the ad is the thimf that does the business Don't think of having a special sale without using advertising space in this particularsseeL.&N.agent. More Cold Weather COMING Winter Is Just Getting Started Prepare for ST. 250?! ky Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL l- Summer-vill- e Travel there on the "St. Louis Special' equipped with electric lighted steel coaches and through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and Asheville. New dining car service. In addition, drawing room sleeping cars from Asheville to Jacksonville insures every comfort for trip through "The Land of the Sky", the only scenic route to Florida. Very low homeseekers' fares and winter tourist fares now in effect. OneExtraBuyer at a sale oftea pays tie entire expease ef the ad. 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