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Tuesdays and Fridays esting talk on the relations of The Helm Puts In Federal B jilding Bill for Stanford Banker and the Merchant. Mr. Bright ENTHUSIASTIC declared emphatically for an aggresThe first step toward a Government building for Stanford was taksive advertising and boosting campaign for Stanford, which he declar- en by Congressman Harvey Helm at Washington Thursday when he inOver Future Which Can Be Made for ed was the only way that new busi- troduced a bill in the House appropriating $10,000 for the purchase of Stanford By Right Sort of Boostness could be brought into the com- a site for a building here. If Congressman 'Helm can put this bill thru munity. He pointed out the vast pos- the House, Senators James and Beckham will do everything in their powing Organization. sibilities which lie to the east of this er to push it through the Senate. The Stanford Chamber of Commerce city, and that Stanford might well be will unboubtedly tafce nctlon upon this matter at once, and do everything Steps were taken at a meeting of advertised as the gateway to the rich in its power to push the good work along. A telegram from Washingabout 30 business men of Stanford southeastern section of Kentucky. ton Thursday told of Mr. Helm's bill as follows: Tuesday night, looking to the consol- Mr. Bright suggested that a descrip"When it developed today that there jnight be a Public Buildings idation of all of the tive booklet or pamphlet of Stanford Bill at this session, Representative Helm introduced a special act approcommercial organizations of the and Lincoln county, should be issued, priating $10,000 for the purchase of a site for a Public Building in his city into a strong central body which and distributed throughout the sec- home town of Stanford, Ky." shall have for its purpose the most tions in which they might do the worthy object of putting Stanford most good. He was liberally apROCKCASTLE MAN B. Jr PINKERTON DEAD WEALTHY tnore decidedly and more prominent- plauded when he offered to be one PROF. Kenly "on the map" of this part of of 20 men who would contribute $10 Former Teacher in This County Pass-e- s Passes Away at Brodhead Was a tucky. to a fund, to be kept separate and wative or Lincoln. Away In Florida. Enthusiasm was rampant at the distinct from the regular fund of the meeting fpr a Boosting campaign, commercial organization, to be used Thomas S. Frith, one of the most News which vas received here which will result in a greater and strictly as an advertising fund for Wednesday of the death of Prof. B. prominent and substantial citizens better Stanford. The old Commer- the city to get out and distribute J. Pinkerton, caused much sorrow county, died at his home cial Club, which as its former presi- matter showing what Stanford has among many who knew him well at Brodhead at four o'clock Thursthe dent said, had as about the only and has to offer; and then declared here and the large number who had, day morning, as a result of a gen"dislotangible result of its work the and complications that after the fund was raised, he under himr both in Stan- eral" break-dow-n cation of the Boone Way," was mer- would be one of a number to contrib- studied incident to old age. Mr. Frith was Hustonville, where he ged into a new organizaztion to be ute $5 more each as an additional ford and at resided with hisfamily a number 75 years old, and nearly all of his known as the Stanford .Chamber of fund to keep the good work going. years ago- - From Stanford, lifehad been spent in Rockcastle, Commerce. The Credit Men's Asso- Mr. Bright gave his hearers some of Preach-ersvill- e Prof. Pinkerton went to Lexington although he was born in the ciation, Tinder the auspices of Tvhich splendid suggestions on section of this county. He he taught in Campbell-Hager-ma- n the luncheon or smoker was held among the business interests of this whereCollege. The Lexington Lead- was pone of 13 children, of whom but Tuesday evening, will form an inte- city. He said in part: er said of his death: A telegram one as now left, J. G. Frith, of Brodgral part of the new Chamber of here today head, whose wife was a Lincoln "I hope there is not a man here Commerce, as a body within the main tonight who came with the sole idea to relatives and friends announcespthe death at Ormond, county lady. One of Mr. Frith's sisorganization, both working toward of a social meeting and a good time. B. Pinkerton, for- ters! was the mother of Mrs. Jay the same chief purpose to make this We are here for a purpose to devise Fla., of Prof. the J. best known edu- Howenstine and Lester O'Bannon, of one of the best business communities something that will be a benefit to merly one of thisicity, and Mrs. Joe. L. B. Coffey, cators in Central Kentucky. Hh in the state. of Frankfort. our town and county. Let's put a which was due to pneumonia, The luncheon was a most delight- little business judgment and aggres death, Mr. Frith is .survived by three sons, came after several weeks' illness. ful affair in every particular. It siveness into it. Every merchant and His condition several days ago was Messrs. Tilden, Morris and Herman was faultlessly served at the Prin- every banker who has red blood in reported as very encouraging, and Frith. His wife preceded him into cess by Manager Wallace Walter, his veins wants his institution to ' hja death was a decided shock to his the Great Beyond in July 1913. the menu consisting of oyster soup, grow. In order to secure new busi- - relatives and numerous, friends here Deceased was a life-lon- g member old ham sandwiches, chicken salad, ness, we must indicate a desire for an(j of the Christian church, and a memHis death occurred elsewhere. hot rolls, coffee with sugar and real new business. When a new store , a the home of his sister, Mrs. J. D. ber of" the Masonic lodge of Brodcream, and ice cream and cakes. opens up in town the first thing they prjce. head. He went to Brodhead whe.n a He was about seventy years Those gathered around the prettily do is to tell the people who they are ' 0i,j fln(j s survived by his wife and yoang man, and engaged in the merdecorated tables were Messrs. Wm. whe're they are and the bargains children. His wife and daugh- - cantile business there in 1864. Thru E. J. How. Severance, W. M. - ' ter , Miss Pearl Pinkerton, were with keen business acumen, thrift and g Alcorn, , they have to offer. When Hays Fos enstme, J. C. ,ipnfllpr. s. D. honesty in his dealings with his fel' rw . 1V1. oauiieY., xxm- low man, he accumulated quite a Tf V 'Knnnnn. J, picture, he circularizes the town and Versailles, competence, and is said at the time ry Hill, Howard Newland, T. W. Pen- a man on the top of his l,"st -- ,f5 ,pjnkerton, of ! prof. Pinkerton was for eight nington, E. J. Brown, and John W. with a megaphone tells the people of his death to have owned more land years connected with Campbell-Hag-t- o Brown, of Mt. Vernon, Alfred Pence, come and they come. In this un- - el.man College, this city. Previous to in Rockcastle than any other man, his foldings approximating, probably A. B. Florence, H. J. McRoberts, E. dertaking, I want to suggest that we , coming, here he was president, of 3,000 acres. .He was considered perCampbell, John S. Baughman, Tom all take trumpets and megaphones B. , vswi..fe Ulliwuaii rnnorra nt TTiifivillf-- , nn.1 haps the wealthiest citizen of that Pence, W. K. Warner, Sam Robinson, and not hammers. The Madison Institute, Richmond. T Tt Southard. J. W. Acev, J. C. cougfy. tT,nS deathwiU be .hearjKwith MWS'firal slwuld'newsiof.his v rf Phillms. T. .7 condee4services w rfAl.'A lt e I.V.1 Jj.1 .TI-TT-,we, egret by'a wide circle of friends ana od . is.wieu-ie-wniiworiavno w r- w;Wn j. d, Camenter. at tmrWraeof the deceased on Fri r. are, ana xxie attractions we nave to former school patrons thruout After the luncheon had put everyLet's have a publicity league. tral Kentucky. The body will be day afternoon at one o'clock, folone in a good humor, and cigars had Why not let the coal and lumber op- lowed by interment in the Brodhead bu- cemetery, the Masons having charge teen passed around, President Wm. prators in Eastern Kentucky know brought back to Kentucky for Severance, of the Credit Men's As-- 1 of the church, educational advan- - rial. of the final rites over their departed sociation, called the session to order, tages and homes for their families ' brother. POPULAR COUPLE WED. and introduced the various speakers, we have here, and let the natives of Miss Beulah Lewis. one of the himmaking a most interesting talk NORTH NUNNELLEY. the mountains who have sold their self at the beginning, in which he lands at good prices, know of the prettiest and most popular girls of News was received from the West told of the origin of the credit men's good farms and homes in Lincoln j the younger set of Somerset, and End today of the elopement of Mr. Neil Waddle, son of Ed Waddle, body about a year ago and of the and our splendid markets and sistant cashier of the First National Ed Nunnelley, son of the late Thomamount of good which the members shipping facilities to Louisville, Cin- -' as G. Nunnelley, and Miss North, had obtained from membership in it cinnati, Knoxville, Atlanta and other Bank of that city, eloped to Glen the youthful and attractive daugheven in that short length of time. He points. Why can we not unite to Mary, Tenn., and were made husband ter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant North. believed that what had been done extend the trade limits of Stan aml wife The bride is a dauehter The young couple are said to have by that body was simply an indica- ford? Instead of me trying to in of the late James W. Lewis, and is eloped to a point in Tennessee where tion of what an. enlarged organiza- duce one of the First National's good a strikinerlv handsome and attractive they were married. Both are very tion could accomplish in Stanford, an depositors to come to our bank, let girj Mr Waddle is a prominent popular, and have many warm young business man of his home friends who will extend hearty conorganization in which every live bu- me try to bring new ones to the town. gratulations. siness man had an active, working town; instead of you merchants trypart, and all pulling together to ing to get onfr of your competitor's GOOCH SPOONAMORE. After Lagrippe What? make this a better city. He asserted good customers, branch out and F. G. Prevo, Bedford, Ind., writes: Rev. W. D. Welburn said the that Stanford would never go for- bring a new one to the town. This 'An attack of lagrippe left me with words Wednesday afternoon at the the business men were con- will make Stanford grow. ward if tent to sit still and let things drift "With the consent of the promo- - n severe cold. I tried everything. I Methodist parsonage here which along. holy bonds, fprss rf tVnc trntVioririfr T nm rmnr fr got so thin it looked as if I never united in matrimony's E. make you a proposition : In order to 'would get well. Finally, two bottles Walter M. Spoonamore and Miss Mr. Severance then introduced T. Howenstine, Foley , s Ho"ey "? T,a1' cured me' Nellie Gooch, of Crab Orchard. Both secretary of the advertise our town and county in an , have a host of friends who will exCredit Men's Association, and one tend congratulations and best wishes of the city's "live wires." Mr. How-- . Met that in itsdf wU1 be a creditmal weight" A reliable remedy for for a long and happy life. enstine gave his hearers some very to our own, I will be one 20 men to b' NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. valuable and interesting information give $10.00'. When this is filled,' I i erywhere There has been no diminution in on Rules Governing a Successful will be one of 20 men to give $5.00, j Credit Department. Mr. Howenstine , this alone to be our Advertising happier homes for the people alreadv the severe fighting in the Artois reBerlin has made his collection agency here Fund or Publicity League. We want j here. He called upon Mayor A. B. gion of France. occupied reports that a large secGerman forces one of the most potent factors in re- not less than $300, and then we , Florence, J. C. Bailey, John S. tion of a trench northwest of Vimy ducing credits to a science and ev- should send a good man to every Baughman and W-- C. Wilson sug- - and a mine crater near Neuille was ery word he said was the soundest town in Eastern Kentucky and dis-- '. gestions as to what could for be retaken. Paris, on the other hand, best of sort of business common sense. He tribute them to the best advantage." j done to Boost Stanford, and the states that southwest back. Vimy, the Germans were driven declared that the real difficulty enSecretary of War Garrison and his Following Mr. Bright's sugges-- . ideas of all were a unit, that new bucountered was the lack of energy on ttons, President J. C. McClary, of the siness enterprises should be secured assistant, Henry S. Breckinridge, of the part of merchants and business old Commercial Club, urged a con- - t if possible, attractive propositions Kentucky, resigned yesterday because President Wilson would not men. He urged a broader vision in solidation of the various commercial should be made as far as possible to "irrevocably" support the plan for salesmanship, a spirit of promptness, organizations and enterprise. He said invite them here, and a live, aggres-th- a continental army. Their succesand declared that the secret of sucthe only thing the old Commer- - sive campaign instituted, looking to- -, sors have not been chosen, but Concess in the credit department is a cial Club had to show for its work , ward advertising Stanford as the gressman Swpger Sherley is one of three men being mentioned in Washstrong will, an invincible purpose was a "dislocation of the Boone . best town of anywhere near its size ington as a possible successor. and a settled determination. Way," and that the real trouble had in the state. Germany and Austria-Hungar- y "The Law and the Merchant" was been that Stanford had never gone j At the conclusion of these addres-a- f have notified the United States that March all responded to next by Attorney K. S. ter anything with a solid front. He ses, by common accord, it was decid-said- " after will be 1sunk armed enemy veswithout sels Alcorn, who gave the merchants and that he, as a business man of the j ed to amalgamate all of the commer-cit- and the action is regarded warning, as a debusiness men present some informahad gotten more out of the j cial bodies of Stanford into a Chani- - velopment of the recent memorantion which concerns them vitally Oreait Men's Association than any ber of Commerce. J. C. McClary dum of Secretary Lansing proposing that undoubtedly opened the eyes of other organization the town had ever was chosen President, W. M. Bright, the disarming of merchant ships, and a great many of those present. He had, and urged that the business men Vice President and E. J. Howen- an assurance of protection for unsketched briefly and very entertain- of Stanford put all their shoulders stine, Secretary by acclamation, and armed vessels. Sixty-on- e indictments were reportingly a few of the laws with which to the wheel in a united effort. these were authorizezd to suggest an ed by the San Fra'ncisco Federal the merchants usually come daily S. M. Saufley then followed with Executive Committee or Board of Di grand jury in the German bomb conin contact with, and those concern- a round table on Boosting Stanford. rectors of six members to be reported spiracy cases, among the defendants being the German and Austrian coning which the business man should He defined Boosting as simply an- - at the next meetfng next Friday eve- - sular agents. Jj Jj l nmmm inform himself, naming the chief wuici Lcim 4v nuvei Liauig, uiju Uli ning, Feb. 18. The invitation of Mr. iui bustatutes which affect the man in clared that in boosting Stanford, it Bright to make the directors' room Now Feels Entirely Well7 siness to be the statute of limita-tiea- e, should be the aim of the citizens in of the Lincoln National Bank, head- A. H. Francis, Zenith Kas., writes: the right of a njgfrried wo- their combined efforts not onlyto let , quarters, was gladly accepted, Every "I had a ssverc pain in my back and .a man, the rights of infants, the law :. outside world know of what Stan- - man present pledged himself to join could hardly move T took about two the of assessments, the law concerning-- j ford has to offer in the way of ad- - the new organization, a campaign for thirds of a 50c box of Foley Kidney attachments, the law concerning vantages, but, to plan to secure other new members was proposed and will Pills and now feel entirely - well." property which is exempt, etc. things which will make the commu-'jb- e formally launched, and-al- l and older men and woleft liddle-age- d Cashier W. M. Bright, of the Lin- nity still more attractive to outsiders with the keenest enthusiasm mani-an- b men find these safe pills relieve sleep coln County National Bank, followed at the 'same time, a betjter place ' fested in the new slogan Boost disturbing bladder ailments. Sold with a breezy and inter-- in which to do business and make Stanford. Mr. Alcorn everywhere. I I , - ""; i n,;an JJF - KfaoM'.HJSb&S -r A. T -- "' - . . uen-offe- , ty i I f ! , ! at J y, , FISH LANDS NICE PLACE. DRY BILLS TO On the day he was taken to LouisFRONT IN HOUSE ville to undergo a serious operation, news was received by W. S. Fish here of his appointment as a Deputy Drys Force Out of Hands of Commit-- ; Internal Revenue Collector under tee and Also Pass Sunday the narcotic act to fill the vacancy Closing Bills. caused by the recent resignation of Dr. W. N. Craig, of this city. Mr. Fish had strong endorsements to both The Drys Avere in the ascendency Senators Beckham and James and in the House at Frankfort this week. Congressman Helm, and the appoint- Early in the week, they took the ment will be a very popular one. state-wid- e prohibition bill out of the hands of the Committee on Alcoholic Hustonville Liquors, where the Wets had hoped to keep it buried, and put it in the Senator 'Charles F. Montgomery, calendar where it. will soon come up of Liberty motored through here for action by the House. The vote to Monday morning on his way back to take the state-wid- e bill out of the trip thru hands of the committee was won by Frankfort. He makes the each Monday and back again Satur- the Drys by 51 to 43. Representative VV. day. G. Gooch, of this county, voted great deal of corn has been against taking the bill out of the A changing hands here in the last few committee's hands. Representative days at a considerable advance in Clay Kauffman, of Garrard, was price. found voting with the Drys in favoi T. L. Carpenter arrived home Friday from Danville where he had been of taking the bill from the commitfor a few days and seeing after the tee's hands. Considerable surprise sale of his tobacco crop, which he was occasioned by the vote of Repsold at a satisfactory price. resentative Claude Minor of Boyle McCormack & Tucker shipped over county, who voted with the Wets 200 hogs to Cincinnati last week that they recently purchased in Lincoln against bringing the bill out. Mr. lounty a few days ago at from 5 4 Minor had been counted as a Dry man and came from one of the Drito 6 cents. Miss Margaret McCormack spent est sections Perryville anywhere. a few dys last week in Danville vis- It is understood that his constituents iting Mrs. C. R. McCormack. are letting him hear from them in no B. W. Leigh is closing out his entire stock of goods. He will go back uncertain terms since his vote on this question. to farming. Miss Florence. Spragens of Ellis-burOn Wednesday the bills offered by was in our midst last Friday. Representative Greene seeking to enYowell & Eads sold to B. G. Fox, of Danville, a cotton mule for $110. act legislation which will force the W. G. Cowan bought of Billy Giv-e- saloons of Covington and Newport last week a load of alfalfa hay to remain closed on Sunday, were that he will feed to his ewes and passed by large majorities. Reprelambs. sentative Gooch, of Lincoln, voted Wm. Dodd shipped to John of Lebanon, last week, a wild for one of the bills, and against the other. Gov. Stanley and the Admingoose for breeding purposes. Mrs. R. L. Berry tells us that she istration had felt out sentiment on gathered up 90 eggs one day last a State Excise Commission bill, week. J. Wesley Hughes of McKinney, which would place control of all sawas herd Saturday shaking hands loon licenses in the state in the hands with a number of old friends. of a board to be named News comes from Lebanon that an- by the governor, but found sentiment other son has been born to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Spragens, and has been so strong against it that the bill was not offered, and the Greene bills named John Brewer. J. O. Carpenter, of Danville mo- went through sailing. The first of the tored hree Saturday on business and Greene bills provides that all places returned that evening. where liquor is sold in violation of The officers of the Hustonville cemetery met Saturday afternoon at law shall be considered common nui- pa,ncff?nTTfi-.prouuCfui the tifttc- important business. ment oTsti'ch nuisances by injuncMrs. Daniel Traylor of Stanford, tion. Upon the affidavit of three was up Saturday and Sunday with credible citizens of any community her parents. Steve Walker went to Lancaster that such nuisance exists, the AttorSunday to bring back his wife and ney General of Kentucky is required daughter, who have been visiting rel- to institute an action to enjoin the atives there for the past few weeks. E. C. Hopper, president of the nuisance perpetually. The other bill provides that any Hustonville Clock Works, which are now making a very favorable head- saloonkeeper who violates the law way is still holding forth at the Lit- shall forfeit his license, and that no erature corner of the National Bank. Any one wishing to take stock in this such saloonkeeper shall ever be enterprise should call and see him or granted another license. The most T. L. Carpenter. The Commercial drastic feature of the bill is the secClub should get behind this and see tion which gives exclusive jurisdicwhat can be done. John J. Brown, the Fork mail car- tion in all cases under the act to the rier, has been awful sick of grip for Circuit Court of Franklin county. the past few days and he thought The Attorney General is required to he would not survive but a few days, summon alleged offenders before the but we learn that he is showing a Cfrcuit Court upon the affigreat improvement and will soon be Franklin two credible witnesses that davit of able to be out again: has been a iolation of the law. Hunt up the petition for the road there bonds and sign it so it can be present- Either side may appeal from the ed to the County Court Feb. 14, for court to the Court of Appeals. an election to be held 60 days afterBy a vote of 31 to 39, the House wards. Everybody is for it up this acted favorably upon the bill to subway. John Stepp and son.of Carpenter's mit the question of granting the vote Creek, was here Tuesday on business. to women, at its Thursday's session. Squire Gann lost a valuable brood The committee rendered an adverse mare last Sunday. George Tucker last Tuesday for report on the bill but the House adMt. Olive, where he expects to make vanced the bill by the yote named some large purchases of live stock. over the committee's report. RepreMack Peavyhouse is now busy sentative Gooch, cf this county, voclearing ground on Adam's Hill, just ted against the woman suffrage propsouth of town, to grow tobacco. Mail carrier John J. Brown was osition, but Representative Kauffman of Garrard, voted for them, as did able to be 'on his route Tuesday. John Hicks started to school Mon- Representative Wall of Casey. Repreday, went a half day and then decid- sentative Minor, of Boyle, was not ed to quite for a while. J. P. Eads moved his household recorded as voting by the daily pagoods Tuesday to Fayette county, pers. where he has rented a farm for this Gov. Stanley on Thursday signed year. bill, which means that the anti-pas- s Hudson Bohon was here Monday public officials cannot secure favors from Kidd's Store. His auto broke down on him,, on his way home, and of this kind from railroads in the fuwas compelled to bring it into town ture. It does not become effective, where Riffe & Williams furnished the however, until the first of next Jannecessary repairs. Yowell & Eads sold Sam McKin- uary. ney, a work mule for $130. Mrs. Tom Best of New Mt. Salem, AUTOMOBILE. was the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. model Maxwell Touring Car, for sale T. Carpenter. The show at the opera house Mon- cheap. Just bought in October and day and Tuesday was said to be a is as good as new. A bargain. Would good one, by those who were fortu- not sell if I didn't own other cars. G. nate enough to be present. 12-- 1 C. Walker, Lancaster, Ky. Dr. O. S. Williams went to Lexington Tuesday to take the examination as automobilist. George S. Shanklin, president of Squire W. M. Fields is making the Fayette Home Telephone Compreparations for putting in a large crop of tobacco, hemp, corn, etc., pany, at Lexington, and a prominent this year on the farm he purchased leading citizen of that city, died sudof T. L. Carpenter last fall. denly at his desk Wednesday. 3-g, ns Mc-Cho- rd high-salari- ed J J V- 1w xm.. ma M .. -- -- What Children Need Now. In spite of the best care mothers can give them this weather brines sickness to many children. Mrs. T. Neureuer, Eau Claire, Wis., writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar cured my boy of a severe attack of croup after other .remedies had failed. It is a wonderful remedy for coughs, colds croup and whoBfcing cough.'.' It stops lagrippe coughs. 'Sold everywhere. -- This May Interest You. bacT: cr side, stiff and fore or, joints, or rheumatic aches, If you suffer with pains in your muscles -- or have symptoms of kidney trouble such as puffy swellings .under the eyes or sleep disturbing bladder ailments you should know that Foley .Kidney ' Pills have benefitted thousands in like condition. Sold everywhere. y Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford Kentucky: Friday, February 11, 1916. DYER, TENN., MAN -- . COME TO MY STORE SUFFERED 40 YEARS J. T. Castleman Finds Hope Fulfilled After Passing' Threescore Years. Next Saturday, Feb'y 12th, And See BUTTER MADE IN THREE MINUTES. J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tenn., suffered from stomach derangements for forty years, taking all sorts of medicine, following all kinds of medical advice. In all the forty years, he said, he never had a real good day until ha tried Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Then he discovered something. Let his, let- ter tell about it- - A BIG, FREE DEMONSTRATION OF- - THE LANCASTER BUTTER SEPARATOR. y Next Saturday, February 12th, I will have an Demonstration of ihe Wonderful New Device that Is Revolutionizing Butter Making. All-Da- butter to come in and see the Lancaster Butter Separator in action and iearn for yourself how you can make better butter quicker and easier than you ever made before. The Lancaster Butter Separator is not a "Churn." The Lancaster Butter Separator Gets AH The Butter Out I want you people of this county who are malting The Lancaster Butter Separator is first of all not a "churn." It does the work of a churn but it works on a new principle that enables you to make butter in from three to five minutes time with the smallest part of the work and trouble that accompanies making butter in your ordinary "churn." For sale by Penny's Drug Store and all other reliable druggists. "The first dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy caused gall stones to pass from me. I am feeling much better than I have ever before. I am 64 years old and I had never before enjoyed one v.'hole good day. "I would not give the one bottle you sent me for all the drugs and doctors' medicine that is made." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in the stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee if not satisfactory money will be returned. of the Cream. With an ordinary churn you lose from 1 in a year's time. 1-- 2 to 4 butter fat. With the Lancaster Butter Separator you get all the butter fat out of the cream and this saving alone will pay for your Separator per cent of your The Lancaster Butter Separator Makes so Much Better Butter that I Will Pay You From 5 to 10c a Pound More - For Lancaster Butter. The Lancaster process of butter making is so different that it enables you to turn out a grade of butter so far superior to the butter made in a "churn" that I will agree to take all Lancaster Butter, put up in Lancaster Butter Cartons, off your hands at from 5c to 10c per pound more than I could pay you for your regular butter made in a "churn." You can't afford to overlook this point for by getting more for your butter you will pay for one of these Butter Separators over and over again in a year's time. So for the sake of easier butter making, quicker butter making, more butter and better butter do not fail to -- Agriculture and the Bureau of Agriculture at Washington, D. C, to the door of every farmer in this county. The fiscal court of Mercer county has recently set aside an appropriation of $300 to pay the salary of a lady to supervise the Girls' Canning Club during the next season. Hardin county is going to pay a woman $1,000 to do this same work. Last year Mercer county paid $300 for a supervisor of the girls' canning club and the products of their work are valued at $3,000. Now, to the final question "Will Lincoln county have an agent?" and the answer rests with those who are in sympathy with the extension de- l partment of the State. They are the men who are going to talk the county agent proposition over with their ' neighbors and in due time insist on the proper authorities securing one , for the county. i V COME IN AND SEE THIS DEMONSTRATION. Ki s M oimtam Rev. G. W. Wright filled his reg- W. H. HIGGINS, ?. - N 4 Stanford, Ky. A practical Farm s Demonstrater cured? In answer to these questions, one " Prevents and Cures must say, to the first, No ; to the secCHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. ond: County agents have not been It destrovs disease germs, regulates the bowels, aids digestion and causes hogs to fatten quickly. Use it in the feed and drink and jour discontinued in any county in which hoes will netr haie cholera. Costs onlv 5c. a month for each hog. Don't v.ait until they get sick. Begin giving your hogs this medicine physician and follows his instruc-- j ment of Agriculture, inaugurated an they have been established and from now and keep them free from worms and disease. At All Druggists. effort to place a farm adviser or the reports of the counties that have tions. BOUBBON REMEDY COMPANY. Lexington, Ky. "County Agent" in every county of them, they have proven beyond a When a man is in legal trouble he NEW STANFORD DRUG COMPANY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ' the state that would bear half the ex- doubt to be of great value to all week. sends for a lawyer and commits his penses of such an undertaking. Miss Enid Flinn is visiting relafarmers who are willing to follow case to him and trusts to his legal tives at Georgetown. From the very outset the move- their advice; and to the third: Dr. knowledge to bring him out of his Mrs. Ed Rigney and children and ment was popular, the agents proving. Fred Mutchler, the head of the Ex- difficulties. Miss Mary Hicks of Eubank, are vistheir usefulness by teaching betterrtension Department of Kentucky j When a man wants to buy or de- tillage methods, more intelligent use says, "The National and State Depart- iting friends and relatives. Mr. H. C. Leach who has been velop a mineral property he sends of fertilizers, use of green manure ments will bear half of an agent's very ill with grip, is somewhat im- mining engineer and is guided crops', crop for a rotation, pruning and 'proved, his friends are glad to know, by his advice. spraying of fruit trees, better breed- suggest that not more than $800 be i Oscar Sims who has f been working The doctor and the lawyer and the ing, feeding and management of live allowed by these departments for the Q. & C, is at home with a mining engineer are experts whose stock, vaccinating hogs against chol- first year." This means that Lincoln for the lives h?.vc been given to the study era and a long list of other things county can nave tne services ot a sprained wrist. Craig Horton, escaped serious inof the problems which the laymen that help the farmers. county agent for the coming season juries while coming home from their QQfift F cr Tli voioa C7fln face in sickness, or law, or in busiThere are now forty counties in farm with a load of hay, the team be- ness. Kentucky that have these county the agent could be secured at a sal- -' came scared and ran away, turning How about the farmer? 7 agents. The result of the work of ary of $1,400 per year the county the wagon over on him. Had it not some of these farm agents may bet would have to bear $700 of that sum. been for a few men who went to his .,, This is an easy way to bring the aid, he might have received serious seen in the following reports from a All Gone! services of the State Department of injuries. few counties. Crittenden county "The yield of ALL corn in this county is one of the largest ever made. One 'Corn Club' boy Every Corn Vanishes by Using "Won reports a yield of 87 bushels per V derful, Simple "Gets-It.- " Never acre while his father made 80 bushels February and little rosebud fragment of humanity who nestles That Fails. Applied in 2 Seconds. per acre in the same field." March bring weather in the cradle of your arms and coos Isn't It wonderful what a differencq Hardin county "There is good inconditions very trying Just a little "Gets-It- " makes, on corns and calluses? It's always night terest in soil improvement in this What are you doing to protect and nourish him to most people. somewhere in the world, with many county; some of the farmers are usand keep him comfortable? & ing as much as 400 tons of ground Colds, coughs, We keep a complete line of everything for your The farmers at Vine limestone. sore throat, tonsilitis, orbaby remedies for internal disorders, gentle and Grove .have made a catarrh, bronchitis, der for 100 tons of raw rock potsoothing salves and ointments for rashes and chapped pneumonia, are all ash." dainty toilet waters, cooling talcum, baby foods, spots, prevalent. Trigg county "One of the 'Corn nursing bottles, nipples, hne combs, sort brushes, Club' boys in this county made 87 These are all catarrhal conditions. All bushels, 28 pounds of corn on his dependent upon- - the same cause, climatic The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. acre, which was more, according to changes. Sloppy weather underfoot. High the statement of his father, than was winds, chilling blasts, changing from day to day. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist J. W. ACEY, Proprietor. made on three acres adjoining." Thermometer dancing a jig. Barometer followBallard county "There is considing suit. erable interest among the stock raisers toward standardizing the breed All of the acute catarrhal conditions above of cattle in this county. All are seASTAR0FH0PE COM-CEL-SAreferred to, call for R lecting Hereford bulls to head their "Wkeei I Don't Care! I Got Rid of My herds." 7FCorns With. 'Gets-It'- !" The Great Stomach, Liver Pulaski county "Since the organfolks humped up, with faces, gouging, picking, drilling out ization of the 'Boys Corn Club,' the Kidney and Blood Remedy their corns, making packages of their toes with plasters, bandages, tape and yield per acre in this county has They call loudly, too. If Perunais neglected contraptions, and the "holler" in And been more than doubled." .these catarrhal conditions are liable to become their corns goes on forever! Don't FOR S you do it. Us "Gets-It.- " On Sale at All Drug Stores it's marvel thusly run the reports from all the chronic. One bottle of Peruna used at the ous, auiipie, never iaiis. Appxy it. in SUFTERERS right lime will save months, even years, of 2 seconds. have secured the ser--1 ' Nothing to stick to the i counties eiocKing, nun or irruate me xoe. t suffering aH sickress. Tain stops. Corn comes -- clean off." vices nt a county agent. RMISu'H05sS $1.00 FOR THREE BOXES quick, it's one of the gems of the of Lincoln coun- Have the farmers world. Try it you'Jl kick from Joy. For one man to whom tney can corns, calluses, warts, bunions. t ty any Makes Three Quarts THE PERUNA COMPANY for advice 0n fam P"" J Columbus, . . Ohio of Medicine J & Co., Chicago,.Ill. confront them from day to day? (Sold ct H n.-Stores) Sold in Stanford and recommend- - j Would such a man- - be of financial LASTS MOl q,THS THREE ed as the world's best corn remedy? value to the county? And how may by. the Lincoln Pharmacy. the services of a practical man be se- - ioRSrm BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY IS A COUNTY AGENT A GOOD will solve the problems for him. PROPOSITION? In July, 1912, the College of Agriculture at Lexington, in (Contributed.) with the United States DepartWhen a man is ill he sends for a J M. E. church Sunday morning and evening. Rev. O. G. Ragin closed a two weeks' meeting at the Methodist church Friday. It was one of the best meetings held in this town for many years. Mr. C. F. Evans, of Lexington, gave a lecture at the Christian church Saturday evening to a large audience. A Christian Endeavor Society will be organized Sunday evening. Mrs. Mary Leer left Sunday for Oklahoma on business. Mr. Clyde Sturgeon made a flying trip to Richmond and Berea last ular appointment at the -- , st- T- Your Own Flesh and Blood "Corns Let's i Kick!" t mwt - cork-screw- ed ;.,,, baelenectTwJInct V -- ni - ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 11, 1916. Page Three HEAT FLASHES, DIZZY, NERVOUS Mrs. Wynn Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Helped Her DuringChange of Life. Richmond, Va. "After taking seven bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Ottenheim The Ottenheim public school closed Friday with a nice entertainment and a large crowd present. Profs. White and Russell are to be congratulated on the good work done the past session. Central Kentucky Farms forc"SaIe BY- - new woman. I always had a headache during the Change of Life and was also Russell left Monday for Richmond, Sim ' ''troubled with other where they will take two special bad feelings com courses in the E. K. S. N. S. mon at that time , L M JpTT.wy The wedding bells will ring soon dizzy spells, nervous feelings and heat at the Catholic church. Mr. E. T. Bliss has moved his saw flashes. Now I am mill to Lib Clausen's farm. in better health Mrs. Sue Russell sold a nice bunch than I ever was and recommend your remedies to all my friends. " Mrs.LENA of hens to Mr. G. D. Boone for a "Wynn, 2812 E. 0 Street, Richmond, Va. fancy price. While Change of Life is a most critMr. Bradley G. Russell has moved ical period of a woman's existence, the to the Ridder farm. annoying symptoms which accompany Henry Davis was the guest it may be controlled, and normal health of Prof. Earl Russell last week. Mr. Lydia E. restored by the timely use of Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Such warning symptoms are a sense of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches, backaches, dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation And Many Are the Voices of Stan-foiof the heart, sparks before the eyes, People. irregularities, constipation, variable appetite, weakness and inquietude, and Thirty thousand voices What a dizziness. For these abnormal conditions do not grand chorus! And that's the num fail to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- ber of American men and women, who are publicly praising Doan's Kidtable Compound. iiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii mm pound I feel like a Vegetable Com- There are several cases of grip and colds in this community. Mrs. F. H. Schumann was very ill recently. She has been under the care of Dr. L. F. Jones. Mr. Will Smith is on the sick list. Mrs. Joseph Wientjes is in Louisville, where she will undergo an operation. Mr. Earl Russell and Miss Barbara THOMPSON & REYNOLDS, FARM BROKER v3? WAYNESBURG, KENTUCKY. List Your Farms With Us. LIST OF FARMS Let us know if you are in the Market for a Farm. 2-- Read the following; an fortable house; 2 barns, one 40x50, farm is watered by springs; 1 mile to limestone and Blue Grass land, right and one 21x28, and other necessary school, church and store. This is good in the noted Blue Grass section, on No.l A farm of 55 acres near a outbuildings. This farm is all level land, 3 level and the rest rolling. A a good rock pike; 2 miles from nxil-mwith small capital buying this! road station; 7 miles from county good county road, with good outlet to gently rolling land, drains well. seat; 4 miles from the famous Crab to county road; about half bottom Price $2,500; half down, the rest on farm gets a bargain. Price $600. land, rest hill land; plenty of timber, time. No. 23. A farm of 46 2 acres; Orchard Springs, one of the most frame house with three rooms, good No. 12. One acre of land in a 16 acres in cultivation; part level and famous health resorts in this part of well and lots of stock water, orchard small village on main leading road the rest rolling; 12 acres in grass; the state; 100 acres cleared in grass house and carden. loir barn. This is good where there are several other cross 34 acres cleared land; house of 5 and cultivation; a nice land, close to school, church and roads. This town has 3 stores and a rooms, frame, barn and other out- of 8 rooms and 3 porches; nice shady store. This is a bargain. Price buu. blacksmith shop; one rural route and buildings; about 1 mile to school, yard and all necessary outbuildings; large stock barn and cattle shed; two No. 2. A farm of 141 acres; 100 telephone line; house of 3 rooms, store and church; 2 miles from d 100-to- n silos; a very large new tobacacres creek bottom, - the rest hill small barn; about 50 yards to school; good orchard and farm is town; co barn; all buildings in good repair; ; 50 cr GO acres- cleared and in land 4 mile to church; one well watered. Price $1,200, half cash good orchard; well watered and in a cultivation; lots of timber; on a good boiler engine, saw rig and balance on time. county road, close to school, church grist mill, all in running order. Price No. 24. A farm of 65 acres, lev- fine neighborhood; on close to school, rural and tele and store; five miles to railroad sta- $550 for all. A money maker lor el to gently rolling; on good county store and church; route. This land is in high tion; frame house with four, rooms; the man who wants to work. road and telephone route; 8 miles to- phone of cultivation ; will grow from 50 well in yard; good barn; good orchNo. 13. A farm of 68 acres; 40 railroad station; about 35 acres are state 30,000 VOICES ard and garden; on telephone and acres in cultivation, the rest in tim- cleared land in cultivation; the rest to 80 bushels of corn per acre; 2o to mail route. This farm is a good ber; 30 acres level; 30 acres gently in timber; cottage house of 3 rooms; 35 bushels of wheat; 40 to 60 bushels one. The owner is a very old man rolling and about 8 acres hilly; on a smoke, hen house and corn crib ; barn of oats and is hard to beat for tobacand his wife is dead. The price is good county road; mail route and tel- 24x30 feet and nice yard; good or- co and grass land. A beautiful home. right. Price $2,25(1. ephone line; house; barn 30x chard; close to school and church and Price $100 per acre, half down; the years: No. 3. A farm of 22 acres, on 30 and necessary outbuildings; good on mail route. This farm must sell at rest in 1, 2, 3 and No. 33. A farm of 21 acres; all leadinc countv road, three miles to orchard and garden; 5 miles from the unusually low price of $750. You, railroad station. This farm lies well, railroad station; 1 mile to school, who want land coma and buy this under fence and on main leading: county road, with several other roads 11 acres are cleared; 11 acres in church and store. Price $1,050; half farm. young timber; cottage house of four down and rest on time. 395 acres on 4 leading in; in a small village; 15 No. 25. A farm of rooms, 1 porch, barn 26x36 feet, No. 14. A farm of 72 acres; 35 leading: county roads, rural acres in cultivation; 15 acres level; 5 by acres in cultivation, the rest in tim- main and telephone line, 4 miles to acres in timber; 14 acres in grass; meat house, corn crib; watered route ney Pills for relief from backache, never failing spring; 1 mile to school house of 5 rooms, 1 hall and 3 kidney and bladder ills. They say it and store, half mile to church; on ber; 65 4 acres level; about 5 acres railroad station; 300 acres level land; frame rolling; acres watered by 95 acres rolling f 140 acres cleared; porches; 2 barns, one 36x36 and one PROFESSIONAL AND to friends. They tell it in the home rural route and telephone line. Price a well and four never-failin- g springs; part in grass, rest in cultivation; &u 16x32, with all necessary outbuildings; good well in yard; farm well in graded school district and on rural Lucres timbered land ; a nice papers. Stanford people are in this $550, part down, rest on time. BUSINESS CARDS chorus. No. 4. One acre of land five miles' mail and telephone routes; mile and house of 8 rooms; two porches and watered by spring and running wafrom Wavnesbunr. Ky.. with a six-- a quarter from store, church and a nice yard; smoke and hen house, com ter; 100 yards to school, close to Here's a Stanford case: room house, two porches, barn, hen school; some distance from a railroad rrih nn1 crmnnvxr find other rtecessarv church; on rural and telephone route, T. W. PENNINGTON, J. T. Spoonamore, Whitley Ave., house and a 'good garden; good well town of about 600 inhabitants; 2 roll- outbuildings; a large stock barn 30x orchard of 75 trees; store house 20x Stanford, says: "I was down with in yard; store-hous- e DENTIST 20x38 feet; sev- ing mills; a canning factory; 8 stores 62 feet; 15 feet boxing, also a ten- - 46. Price of farm $2,000; goods at Ky. my back and I couldn't stoop or lift. en leading county roads corner in a bank and planing mill. This place ant house of 3 rooms and out build- first cost, if wanted. Stanford, Myers House Flats No. 34. A farm of 100 acres; 70 ings. This is good, strong land and Fhone: Office 240; Res. 165 The kidney secretions were too fre- near this place; a fine location for sells for the low price of $2,000. by No. 15. A farm of 160 acres; 100 60 me a stdre and grist mill; surrounded and acres in cultivation; 110 acres level; will grow from 25 to 30 bushels of acres in cultivation; 15 acres in quent in passage and caused prosperous farms; close to school bushels of timber; 85 acres level and 15 acres corn per acre; 15 to great deal of annoyance. I tried a church; one telephone and rural 40 acres rolling; 10 acres hilly. wheat; 30 to 60 bushels oats and is rolling; 6 acres in grass; on good B. PERKINS J. dozen different medicines, but didn't route. Price of property $800. Will About 60 acres in timber; on leading fine tobacco and grass land; also 1 county road; close to store, school DENTIST power boiler and engine and chiirch; frame house; get any benefit unsil I began using invoice stock of goods at first cost. county road; mail and telephone saw rig and .grist mill. This machin- well in yard; good garden; barn 20x Lincoln Bank Building Doan's Kidney Pills. By the time I Come and buy this and get a bar- routes; watered by never-failin- g Rooms 28-2springs; 'reasonably well fenced; 2 ery is not old and in good lunning 50 feet; all kinds of outbuildings; a gain and make an easy living. STANFORD, KY. Phone 214 had finished two boxes, I was cured. frame and order. This farm is well watered and large orchard; 2 acre in grapes; 7 No. 5. A farm of 160 acres of new dwellings, ona Kidney trouble has never bothered level and rolling land, on good coun- one frame house; iiic-- j yard, close to school and church. Price miles to railroad station; farm well W. W. BURGIN springs. me since. Others of my family have ty road close to railroad station; 70 good garden and one of the largest $7,000 $4,000 down and the bal- - watered by never-failin- g ine country; $2,800 $2,400 down, the rest DENTIST also used Doan's Kidney Pills and acres in grass and cultivation, bal- and nest orcnaras 4 inmile to school; an ance on easy nayments. 1 ance in young timber; cottage house kinds of fruits; Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays have found them satisfactory." No. 26. A farm of 83 acres, on a on time. If bought before May 1st, mile to store and church; 6 miles to good county road; practically all lev- 1916, 6 acres of wheat, 14 acres oats of five rooms, two porches, smoke at Crab Orchard all dealers. Don't Price 0 $2,500; Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays dimply 50c, at kidney remedy get and hen house; barn 40x50 feet, good railroad station. Pricetime,. el; good land; all m limner; lots of and 4 acres of rye go with farm. down, the rest on ask for a garden and orchard; well in yard; saw timber of nearly all kinds; nice on at Stanford No. 35. of 60 No. 16, A farm of 83 acres; 50 place to build; on mail and telephone good county A farm 38 acres acres'; Doan's "Kidney Pills the same that farm well watered by never-failin- g Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding in cultiroad; springs; close to school, church and acres in cultivation, the res't in tim- route; 2 mile to school, church and vation; 35 acres level; 25 acres rollMr. Spoonamore had. Foster-Mil-buR. F. D. and telephone line. ber; abojit 15 acres of hilly land; 13 store; and in a good neighborhood ing; 15 acres in timber; 8 acres in Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 12-- 1 store;is on This extra good land. Price $2,500. acres in grass; on good county road, Corn, wheat, tobacco and other pro- grass; house; well in yard; HARRY JACOBS You can pay for this farm in a few telenhone and rural route; about 68 mpts .wili gtowSne nn. "jtofiTTh Jartit wmtagJ'Lu .ui-mham 33x45 u' Dealer In is creek Bottorm; a" Price $500. years, raising tobacco This is extfsifceres of this-larasjn--yfeet; tool house, hen, meat and hog half mile to school and store; 1 Work Commissioner-- s iNotice good tobacco land. No. 27. A farm of 43 acres or houses and all other outbuildings neNo. 6. A farm of 240 acres on miles to church; a new frame house more on good county road and tele- cessary; close to school, church and Ky. Stanford, Cemetery Hill, good county road, four and a half of 6 rooms and porches; with well in phone in house; near a rural mail store; 7 miles from railioad station; Closed on Saturday Phone 164 Lincoln Circuit Court miles to railroad station ; quarter of a yard; barn 36x36, corn cribs and all STANFORD, KY. nearly all level; mostly all 200 fruit trees of nearly all varieties, George W. Cloyd and others, Plain- mile to school, one mile to store, a necessary outbuildings; good, orchard route; and 2 dwelling?, 4 acre of grapes. Price $1,900 and is extra good land. Price $3200; fenced mile and a half to three churches; tiffs, Night Phone 186 nice $1,700 down, the Test on time; 4 1 and one Day Phone 95 close to corn and flour mills; 60 $1,500 down, rest on time. yard; very good bam; nice orchard acres of wheat, 5 of oats; 1 vs. NOTICE JNO. M. CASEY, D. V. M. No. 17. A farm of 120 acres; lev- of selected fruit of nearly all Kinds; acre of rye go with acres farm if sold acres cleared and in cultivation; 10 the Sherman Goode and others, Defend in grass; 200 acres level; the rest el and gently rolling land; 3 miles Veterinary Surgeon some grass; good garden; watered by on or before May 1, 1916. ants. Grad. Cincinnati "Veterinary College rolling; 180 acres in good, young from Wavnesburg; 40 acres in cu ti several never-failin- g 2 springs; No. 36. A rarm of 98 acres, (Rec. by TJ. S. Gov.) All persons having claims against timber; lots of stock water; on mail vation, the rest in young timber; mile to store, school and church. This Office: Burton's Stable and telephone routes; fence is extra; farm is watered by creek and never is good land at the unusually low practically level, on good county road Kentucky the estate of Phillis Goode, deceas- good; a new near a good pike; 70 acres cleared in Lancaster, a failing springs; new cottage house of price of $1,200. ed, are hereby notified that I will sit nice yard; good well athouse with grass and cultivation ; the rest in timkitchen door; 6 rooms and two porches; new barn No. 28. A farm of 55 acres on ber; cottage house of 5 rooms and 2 in my office at the court house, in good garden, young orchard of all 28x40; meat house, chicken house from nice and good orchard; good This Livery and Hauling Stanford, Ky., from 10 o'clock, a. kinds of fruit; barn 40x50 feet. Price and cornfib; telephone andon Tural good pike; 100 yards nearly railroad5 porches;well in yard; smoke barn hen level; depot; about 50 acres yard; stock 40x house; is' good land and is a bargain. county road; Call phone 249 and let us send our m., until 4 o'clock p. m., on rough; 30 acres $3,250; $2,500 down, the rest on route. 'Price $2,200; $1,500 down, acres rolling, not and cultivation; are 40 feet; farm well watered by never-- f the ailing springs; in graded high school motor truck for your trunk, baggage SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1916 time. cleared, in grass the balance on time. rest in young" timber f cottage house district of nine months school each,, or furniture. We have auto service No. 18. A farm of 75 acres, lev- of 4 rooms, plastered; smoke and hen No. 7. A farm of 260 acres, 100 bug- to receive, hear proof on, and audit or safe horses, nice, mile to railroad station and! acres cleared; 160 acres in timber. el to gently rolling land; on a good house; stock barn 32x36 feet; good year; 4 orchard of selected gies and carriages in our livery. Try claims against said estate, and all fruit:. on body of timber in the coun- county road, telephone and rural orchard of well selected fruit; 4 church; The best us and you'll be pleased. rural route and telephone route. persons holding such claims against try; 150 acres of good creek bottom route; 4 miles to railroad station; 50 MASTERS & BOWYER mile from graded high school with 'Price $2,500. Kentucky said estate are now notified to have land; 3o acres in grass; large orch acres in cultivation; about 25 acres one of the best school buildings in Stanford No. 37. A farm of 40 acres on same properly proven as required by ard and three county roads head" in, in timber; about 18 acres in grass; the state of a town this size ; well wasprings; on good rock pike; 1 2 miles from law, and to file same with me on or on this farm; a good location for alio acres m wheat; good orchard; cot tered by never-failin- g store; one and a half miles to school . tage house of 5 rooms and 2 porches; rural and telephone route; 4 mile to Waynesburg, Ky.; about 15 acres are before said date. See W. K. Warner's cleared and in cultivation; farm is and church; 6 miles to railroad sta- hen house, corn crib and other outchurch. At said time and place I will also tion and on mail and telephone lines; buildings; farm watered by never- - store andin town. This farm is locat- nearly all under fence; young orchBargain Window! hear proof as to the interests of the a comfortable house of 6 rooms; a failing springs and well in yard; barn ed right Price $l,60d; part ard; in graded high school district; down, the rest on Lime. in Bath-rooframe house with 1 porch; If you are interested plaintiffs and defendants in large barn and necessary outbuild- 30x40 feet; 2 mile to school; 1 mile , various No. 29. A farm of 40 acres level nice front yard and good garden; ings; plenty of good water; nice yard to store and church; wheat crop goes fixtures, get his prices now. IIe is prepared to save you money and give this action in and to the proceeds of and good garden. This farm is owned with land if sold before harvest; also and gently rolling land on good rock well in yard; smoke and hen house, you a guarantee on all work in sale of the land sold herein, and to by a and must be sold at ; good mowing machine and rake. pike; 1 2 miles from the town of and all necessary outbuildings; one Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. that end will hear proof as to the the low price of $6,000. Come and Price $2,500 $2,000 down, the rest Waynesburg; all under fence; 30 of the best barns for stock and toacres cleared; in grass and cultiva- bacco in the country, 36x60, height Stanford, Ky. kinship, and the degree thereof, of buy this farm and get a bargain. on time. Phone. 188. No. 19. A farm of 49 acres of tion; 10 acres in young timber; cot- of siding 18 feet. Price $1,500. No. 8. A farm of 62 acres on a the said parties to said Mose Cloyd, to school, level and rolling land on good pike, tage house of 4 rooms and one No. 38. A farm of 173 acres on Letcher Goode, and Phillis Goode, re- good county road,24 close in cultiva- telephone and rural route; 1 2 porch; smoke, hen house and corn Auto Bus Between church and store ; acres good county road; 73 acres in cultispectively, and will then and there tion; rolling miles from Waynesburg; 30 acres is crib; stock barn 30x40 feet; store in vation, the rest in timber; acres level, the rural 1 9 months miles Danville and Stanford also hear proof as to what interest land; 45 acres in timber; restacres in cleared land in cultivation; about 19 sight; high 4 school; 1 to a miles to route and telephone line; 1near miles 16 22 4 L-a to school and store; acres in timber; a nice new cottage graded never-failin- g Sunday Daily Except said Phillis Goode possessed at her grass; watered by a well and two miles to a church; on rural and telephone church. spring; and also running wa- house of 4 rooms, hall and 2 porches; route; well Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) death in and to said land, and as to This farm is just rolling watered by spring and enough to drain ter; good orchard; a frame barn 20x30 and other necessary outat 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. well; a weather-boarde- d Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at what, if any, personalty was owned house, smoke and chicken houses; buildings; good orchard, good gar- a good well in the yard. Price $1,200. log house of 3 rooms and neby her at her death. .Each and all of frame barn; half a mile to railroad den and a nice yard with a good well No. 30. A farm of 60 acres tf cessary outbuildings; good garden 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at said plaintiffs and defendants claim- station. This is mostly "bottom land, near the kitchen door; close to level and gently rolling land; on good and orchard of about 40 trees; barn in graded high school dischurch from railroad 22x34 feet; watered by 4 four nev- Low Charges ing "to be heirs of the above named and worth more than is asked. Price trict ofand months' school each year. pike; about 4 milescleared, in 9 station; 50 acres grass? O. L. MINKS, Proprietor $1,300, half down the balance in one y a little im- springs, parties, Phillis Goode, Mose year. n ss This is a beautiful home. Price :-- J iiiHittni n " n li . VP could be made one of -- V"Cloyd, Letcher Goode, are hereby $1,250. " uo. u xuuiiio u.u lucow tne Dest farms in the No. 9. A farm of 23 acres; 15 in A farm of 47 4 acres, AUCTIONEERING notified of said sitting. cultivation. This farm is all level; 8 on No. 20. county road, telephone and hen house; good stockQ barn 36x36 2 200. "fnorf" uuusvyi u vnnmo trrif-lf a good wu-- u. -tw.c,,., hnnco if OQ Such hearings in good be held pursuj.w. dy-- " A iarm -- J? -. car- I can get you highest prices for your ant to order of will Lincoln circuit acresclosetimber; onroute; county road rural route; 2 2 miles from all necessarv outbuildiners : erood mull XT couny"A J? 15ox ou acres ony mile to Waynesburg, Ky. About 40 to mail and 4 the acres in culti-broad; acres lev- den; good orchard and well watered , g00,d land, stock, crops or household goods. J court, entered at its November, 1915 school and store and close to church; el, the rest rolling land; about 37 never-failin- g 5e re lnttinbe,r; ?n springs? 4 mile to Sales Cried Anywhere. nice house of 3 rooms; barn 12x16; acres in cultivation; 10 acres in timrural route; 2 mile from church and store; on rural corn crib, meat and chicken house. ber; some grass: close to school and JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. term. mre to..stre and church; and telephone route. Price $2,500;,! A nice little farm, 6 miles from rail- church; cottage house of 4 rooms; part down, the E. D. PENNINGTON, rest on time. Master Commissioner Lincoln Cir- road station. Price $600. nice yard ; good orchard No. 31. A farm of 141 acres; 100 a new place and could be No. 10. A farm of 42 acres; 7 in well watered by springs. ,and garden ; made a nice 12-3cuit Court. Price $1,500 acres creek bottom; 41 acres rolling cultivation; 32 acres cleared land; 10 down, the balance on time. land; part of this rolling land is up- home. Price $800. acres in timber; on rock pike; rural No. 40. A Brue Grass farm of Per No. 21. A farm of 59 acres, on land; 80 acres cleared, in grass and and telephone routes; 1 mile from degood county road and telephone cultivation; the rest in timber; a nice 106 acres on good county road; on Small Farm For Sale pot; in a graded high school district route ; 27 acres in cultivation, 4 acres rural route and telephone and about Cent frame house, new.; of 9 months' school; log house and mile railroad station; about grass; about 20 acres in timber; nice yard; 2 tenant houses, one two 50 acres fromgrass; My farm containing 62 2 acres barn; watered by creek and two nev- in balance in cultiof this farm of farm land; 42 2 acres for corn; er-- f ailing springs; orchard of sever- - about 3 rolling; 1 mile is level and rooms and the other three rooms; vation; all well fenced and cross-fence-d; tne rest to school and stpek barn 34x70 feet; good garden, about 1 mile from school, 20 acres of grass. This farm is loca- al trees. This farm can be made one church; 4 mile to store; log house with well in yard; 5 miles from railof the handiest, in the country. Price frame ted one and a half miles from Crab $1,300; $500 down, the rest on easy of 2 rooms; new barn 22x32; good road station; on telephone and rural store and church; has a house and good outbuildings, includCONTINENTAL orchard and garden; watered by 4 route; close to school and church; ing good stock barn and Orchard, .Ky., on the Crab" Orchard terms. No. 11. A farm of 200 acres; 70 good springs; 4 2 miles from rail-acr- good orchard of 50 hearing trees and good orchard and garden; silo; has a and Lancaster pika. It has a farm-- is Fire Insurance in cultivation: 30 acres in Foad town. Price $1,050. Come and a young orchard of 425. trees. This well watered with everlasting water. cottage and all necessary outbuy this .get a is an extra and stock in This land will produce good grain of Garrard, Lincoln and buildings and a very desirable loca- grass; 100 acres mailgood timber; on No. 22.farm and of 53 bargain. Price $3,250,grain down, and thefarm. any kind, and tobacco and hemp and 3 county road and rest A arm route; watered acres, close tion; has plenty of nice shade in the by well and 6 never-failin- g springs; to a good county roadTf 17 acres are on time. You grain and stock man, is located in the Blue Grass section. Boyle yard and is a well watered farm. This 5 miles to railroad town; 2 mile to cleared, the rest in good young tim- come and buy this farm and make Price $50 per acre $3,000 cash and ber; balance in 1 and 2 years with 6 farm is for sale privately and if not school, store and church; orchard of good house of 2 rooms and old barn; an easier living. com- 150 trees of good fruit; orchard and well in yard; the No. 32. A farm of 138 acres, of interest per annum. sold privately it will be sold to the D. A. THOMAS, highest bidder June 14, 1916, at the residence on the farm. For any inPhone 1 80 formation regarding same address tep;a I I 1-- rai-roa- 1-- - ct s; ry 12-hor- se 9, 1-- Ei-ic- e 3-- $1,-50- rn 1-- m FineMonumental f 1-- 2 -- cross-fence- d; 1-- 1-- up-to-d- 3-- 1-- 1-- 1-- J m 1-- 1-- non-reside- nt 1-- 1-- 1-- 2 to-w- er-iam- ng it: -- -i j"vi- -i -i . 3-- iiui, 1-- :r1-?.r'I.?TOy?- nS. .0..1-- $ i I 1-- 1-- 'one tele-scho- ol, 1-- FARM LOANS. 5 -f Lll 1-- 2. i?; Z&!& two-thir- ds ry, 1-- 2-- 1-- 1-- 1-- six-roo- m es 2-- 1-- Stanford, - Kentucky HUGH H. LOGAN 10 2t-F- -p . Crab Orchard, Ky. THOMPSON & REYNOLDS, Farm Brokers, WAYNESBURG, KENXUCKY. V , -- - I s. " v .' - -- '' sa r"iL ?! .""-' ,. -- , -- c," ,- - C"Vv .v &-? t fy -- ti -- w l The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 11, 1916. Christats Savings Club Has Over 500 Savings counts up to Feb. 1. Ac- En-roll- ed This Is A Year Of Thrift In The United States. Get One of Our Cer- tificates of Deposit Bearing 3 per cent, for any amt. from $25.00, up. t -- t, INCOLN County NATIONAL BANK. Stanford, Kentucky. "Corner Next To Court House." The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley 11.00 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE HAVE YOU WEAK LUNGS? Do colds settle on your chest or in your are you subject to throat troubles? Such troubles should have immediate treatment with the strengthening powers Entered at the postoffice at Stanford at second of Scott's Emulsion to guard against consumption which so easily follows. clot maQ matter Scott's Emulsion contains pure cod liver oil which peculiarly strengthens the resThe old Watts steel plant at piratory tract and improves the quality of built in boom days of that the blood; the glycerine in it soothes and town at a reported cost of six mil- heals the tender membranes of the throat. Scott's is prescribed by the best speciallion dollars by the Virginia Iron, ists. You can get it at any drug store. Bcott & Bowne. Bloomfield. N. J. Coal & .Coke Co., has been sold for ROUGH WORK DISCLOSED ,a song to the Boston Iron Works of The grave diggers of New York ' The old plant will be disBaltimore. Some sensational allegations were have just won their first strike. They mantled and the material shipped to got a daily pay made in the investigation of the proraise in their Baltimore and manufactured into of $1.90. It was necessary to tie up posed Stanley county proposition war munitions. The building of this some half a hundred funerals before that was beaten in the senate at the state capital last week. Senator enormous plant caused people to their efforts were rewarded, howevRobert Antle, of Russell county told think- Middlesboro the future great er. In order to catch up with their work they are now digging graves the committee that J. C. Davis, of and plank down their dollars for ground there that was not worth by torchlight in order that the dead Monticello, an attorney who professn paying taxes on. A fitting finale for of the metropolis may be consigned ed to repreesnt W. F. Klair, of and F. Tom Hatcher, of Pike-villin decency. Seems the old thing that was seemingly cre- to mother earth whom Gov. Stanley has just apated to" inspire confidence in the to be getting even "more expensive pointed a Prison Commissioner, had to die, to say nothing of the high cost d "Magic City." endeavored to get him to vote for of living. splitting Pike county by promising to see to it that his friend, W. C. Judge "Henderson, a newly elected Allen retained his seat in the hoHise. cireifHT'judge'-dowiT-iir'' I, i the irgdfcrm Davuwde&areii,acgording to Ar$e nMa" that Klair and Hatcher were ready his to put up a cash guarantee of ville district, has instructed 0 grand juries to go after the ladies to be forfeited if they failed to Dewho play bridge and other card keep their promise to seat-Alle- n. Mid-dlesbor- Publisher bronchial tubes? Do coughs hang on, or o, sertion, but no ad accepted for less The Half Sick Man tor Woman .than 25 cents. Cash must accompany all ads for this column. Count Is a Stranger to Hai-- 1 the words you have in your adv., at 1 cent each time the adv. is to appiness'.t' pear in the paper, and send cash with or del.) Contentment is the very essence of happiness. But, to be contented, or FOR SALE. About 4,000 No. 1 happy, if you will, one must first white oak boards. J. S. Mobley, Mchave good health. p Kinney. Our supreme' toast to the one we admire is "Health, wealth and happiCLOVER SEED. 14 bushels of ness," and the keystone is health. good home grown clover seed for sale. So many persons complain of beS-Walter McKinney, Mt. Salem. ing nervous and down. This is the age of speed, we haven't time AUTO FOR HIRE. By trip, mile, to care for ourselves. These run down men and women are not exactly or hour. Competent driver; rates sick, but just tired out, languid or reasonable. Phone No. 5, day; 190, maybe most of the night. Harry Carter, Stanford. 11-- 4 time. Their business, their home and their life suffer. FOR SALE. The frame garage They need something to build building on lot bought from H. C. them up, something to throw' off Anderson. See J. C. Bailey, 10-- 4 these symptoms of a weakened, debilitated condition produced by cithTEN Acres of hemp land for rent. er mental or physical overwork or Apply to Ashby M. Warren, Danville by the abuse of a vital organ more street, Stanford, Ky. tf often the stomach than any other. That something has been found. It is Tanlac. A tonic of rare propFOR SALE. Full blooded Brown erties, an appetizer and general Leghorn Cockerels for sale, cheap, 11-l- p that rids the stomach, over- call phone 187. coming indigestion, headaches, backaches, of food, nerFINE JACK and high-grad- e vousness, dizziness, ailments of kidfor sale. C. M. Back, neys 'and liver, and the complaints 12-- tf Ky. that are so common to the half sick, debilitated men and women of today. I WANT to rent for 1916, 40 or 50 Its effect is like lifting your spirits gently back to the level of the acres of grass land. Must be well world's happiness that rests on watered. W. C. Shanks. Stanford. 7tf health. Tanlac may be obtained now in FOR SALE. Nine pair of coming Stanford at Penny's drug store and two and porat Middleburg, at W. C. Bryant's, tion of them broken. B.mules;Leigh, W. where its properties cheerfully are Hustonville, Ky. explained to all callers. 12-- 1 -- CENT Health Is Basis ADS (Advertsements in Of All Content hereafter be 1 cent athis column will word each in-A- -WORD -- Women Shoes. A few more weeks and you will be talking s' t 12-2- LOW SHOES We want to be ready for you. We want shelf room for them so we can show you easily and fit you quick. To do this, we are making a price on all our Women Shoes that n 4t good-for-nothi- ng if TRADE ill 8-- MAME&USPtfCfTCaiKEraaflBUr 1n-vigor- 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. on three-year-o- ld 9-- 4t FOR SALE Two choice black Berkshire boars; ready for service. Sterling Curtis, R D. 1, Stanford, Ky. four-year-o- ld ll-2- p 25-ce- nt n TRADE I FOR SALE. Two driving horses for sale or will exchange for mares in foal. W. C. Shanks. y. - ' 10 I, - This is a fine chance HARKOiUiPAtCrrSEltKOIIICCK. i I....... Lex-into- e, LOST. One new patent leather shoe, between F. Reid's and J. M". Cash's. Please leave at I. J. office. tO SaVC a little. Emma Bright, Stanford. " 12-l- p then-terme- McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD : Coughs and Colds are Dangerous I FOR SALE. Extra good Blue Grass seed. Price 75 cents per bushel. Write or phone T. E. Baldwin, ' Richmond, Ky. - KENTUCKY - '- - -- 11-- 8 games for prizes. Judge Henderson is one of the few republicans ever One out of every three people put upon the bench in that district, and we suppose he had to do somedie of Lung Diseases all thing to make his work unusually started with a Cough. notable. Palm Beach, Florida, which judges say comes as near being a paradise on earth as any spot on top o' ground , has two and a half times as many ' the the honor Few of us realize the danger or dogs as babies. For should take of steps Coughs and Colds. We consider .resort, Palm Beach proporthem common and harmless ail- to make a more creditable impossitional showing, and if it is ments. However statistics tell us birth rate, the every third person dies of a lung ble to add to the "cops" can at least make sausage of ailment. . a few of the dogs. At First Sign of Cough take Dr. King's New Discovery. r Dangerous Bronchial and Lung diseases often follow a neglected As your body struggles cold. against cold germs, no better aid can be had than Dr. King's New Discovery. Its merit has been tested by old and .young. In use over 45 years. Get a bottle Avoid the risk of serious Lung ailments. All druggists. to-da- y. A Washington dispatch savs that Former Gov. James B. McCreary was in that city for; several days and stated while there that he was not a candidate nor an applicant for any "public office." There must be several private ones laying around loose, then. Annual Clearance Sale. We will now give you one more chance to buy our Winter Goods at Cost, as we are making room for our Spring Stcck. Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks, Men's Suits and Boys' Knee Pants, Corduroy Suits and Pants, Men's and Ladies' Heavy Underwear, Caps, Sweaters and all Winter Goods at Big Reduction, as we need the room. Whv pay more elsewhere? We are Price Makers. Look before you buy. CLOSING OUT SALE. Having decided to look after my .farming sha Breckinridge, of the Lexington interests, I will close out my stock Herald, whose vigorous crusade of goods in Hustonville at cost. B. against the project started the in- W. Leigh, Hustonville. vestigation, charged before the committee that advocates of the division HORSES AND MULES. Anyone of Pike county had contributed large sums to the democratic campaign having horses and mules for sale, enfund last year in consideration of ter them in Dinwiddie & Carter's support of the bill to cut Pike. Mr. court day sale, February 14th at Breckinridge admitted that he himself can not prove this charge but Carter & Carter's livery stable. declared that the commitee can verify the allegation by putting the folFOR SALE. High class Jack, lowing men on the witness stand: 15 Judge S. W. Hager, chairman of the coming black with Democratic campaign committee last white points; fine bone and ear; price year; Eli H. Brown, Jr., of Frankfort; F. Tom Hatcher, of Pikeville; reasonable. W. ' A. Hatcher, Stan12-- 2 Wallace and Ben Williamson and Al-li- e ford, R. D. 5. Young, of Morehead. FOR SALE A few genuine butf NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rhode IsThe Ladies Missionary Society" of land Red Cockerels for sale also. the Presbyterian church will meet Mrs. R. H. Crow, Shelby City, or tf with Mrs. W. B. McKinney this af- Stanford, R. D., No. 2. ternoon at 2:30 p. m. FOR SALE. Two beautiful MaUsual services at Methodist church Sunday at 10:45 a. m. and 7:00 p. hogany Pianos, like new; fine tone; bargains, $125 each, cash. Address m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. B. Greenup, 617 S. 2nd street, LouisLeague 6:30 p. m. 8 , At the Christian church Sunday, ville, Ky. .February 13: Sunday school at 9:30; preaching 10:45 and 7:15; G. E. barFOR SALE. Two meeting 6:30. red breeding cocks, $1 a piece and Presbyterian cliurch, Sunday, Feb. fine brooder, holding 200 chicks, 13, Sunday school 9:30; Morning with lamp, $5. Rev. Bosshart, R. D. Service at 11:00, "The Place of Fast- 3, Stanford. 12-- 2 ing in the Religious Life; Evening Service at 7:00, "A Variety of HearMISSISSIPPI black alfalfa land ers; C. E. Topic, "The Consecration for sale. Stock farms a specialty. of Influence," Heb, 10:19-2Two exceptional bargains. Registered The Presbyterian church at, Co- Duroc-Jerse- y boar pigs Defender lumbia is trying the plan of holding and Professor strains 12.50 each. cottage prayer meetings on Wednes- Paul Finch, Crab Orchard, Ky. 12-- 8 day nights instead of going to church for that purpose and the move is STANFORD Water, Light & Ice meeting with success. Stock For Sale. Feb. 14, 1 p. m., Dr. M. D. Early is still confined to day, I will sell at public his bed, but is improving constantly. county court auction at court house 20 shares of He will be unable to fill his pulpit at & the Baptist church Sunday, however. stock in Stanford, Water, Light Co. One share with privilege of Ice Rev. Giles C. Taylor, of Geore-etown11-- 2 Atty. will be here however, and will preach 20. J. N. Saunders, both morning and evening. Sunday BLACKSMITH SHOP TOOLS school and other services will be held If not sold privately, we will offer at the usual hours. publicly, Monday, February 14, at 2:00 p. m., on court house square, Stanford, Ky., the blacksmith shop C. M'Clary tools of Parsons & Preston. Lincoln County National Bank, Stanford, $1-50- GO Opposite the TO- - 9-- 4t T. D. NEWLAND'S Court-House, 9-- td And Buy Yourseif al W. J. Oliver Plow. It will do your work right. Also get yourjGarden Rakes and Hoes. I 1-- 2; Jkjfm A SL&4.. r Nashville Railroad. In- first-clas- 1-- Only a Day and Night to New Orleans Louisville &. Ep-wor- th Tickets on Sale Daily February 28 to March 6, 3-- full-bloo- de elusive. New Orleans $20.45; Mobile $17.20; Persacola $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 5. particulars seeL.&N.agent. K3C More Cold Weather COMING Jk !ol9 1 . Winter Is Just Getting Started Prepare for It by Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL J. Ky. 8-- td Shade and ROBINSON'S J& r- "s. Fruit Trees, Strawberry TREES - 3c at Yard 14c Delivered Plants, Grape "Vines, Shrubs, Aspar-gu- s, Rhubarb, Hedging, etc. EveryUndertaker Embalmer thing for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 No Agents Free Catalogs H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Stanford, Kentucky. Lexington, Ky. aLTMw la kJ3y-JbaiflJ- - J, & BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY I tfx" ;n -, : ."- - VW v; V". i. V v- - The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 11, 1916. BE SURE TO CONSULT OR WRITE THE Girls! Girls! Try It! Stop Dandruff and Beautify Your Hair! Hair Stops Falling Out and Gets Thick, Wavy, Strong and Beautiful. Miss Annie Martin has gone to Bedford, Ind., to visit relatives. Milton Elliott, of Frankfort, was in the city on business Thursday. R.-Miller, of Mt. Vernon, was down Thursday morning with his friend, Dr. D. B. Southard. Mrs. Will S. Evans, of Lebanon, was the guest Thursday of Miss Lottie Carson. Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Bogie are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son at their home. Born, to the wife of Lewis Nave, of the Goshen section, on January 17th,.. a son, who has been named Earl Nave. Miss Jennie Duncan, who has been with her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren, returned to her home at Lancaster Thursday morning'. Mr. and Mrs. David E. Young are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a little daughter at their home. The little miss has been named Loraine. Mrs. G. M. Grubbs, Miss Ruby Russell and Miss Elizabeth Girdler were in Stanford shopping Thursday and were the guests of Mrs. Howard K. OFFICERS OF THE -- A Distinctive Reason What is the chief reason for the superi- First National Bank, . os. STANFORD, KY. Before Opening Your Bank Account. They Will Pay You Three Per Cent. Interest on time deposits; and three per pent 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 IS A HABIT A Habit That Always Brings Wealth Graded School. Children's plays begin at 7; Senior, about 8. Social Calendar. Feb. 12. Beulah Walker Circle Feb. 11. Great Carnival at the. meets with Mrs. C. Hays Foster at 2:30 p. m. Feb. 16. Mrs. W. A. Tribble will AND WN entertain the Rook Club at 2 p. m. Ulll Wednesday, Feb. 23. The sewing circle will meet with Miss Verna ERUPTIONS DANGER -Rout. Personal and Social fLES Mrs. Sam Montgomery, of McKin-newas in town Thursday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Watson spent First Sign of Blood Disease. Wednesday in Lancaster. Pimples, scaly itchir.R skin, rashes, Mrs. Eb Kennedy is confined to burning sensations and Scrofula denote with unfailing certainty a debilitated, her home on Hustonville street with weakened and impure state of the blood. The trouble may have been in the grip. your blood from birth, hut no matter Mrs. Elihu Miracle has been quite how vou were infected, you mi'st treat through the blood. It is a blood dis- ill for several days at their home on it ease- You must use S. S. S.. the standif ard blood tonic for 50 years,the you ex- Mason's Gap. system, pect relief. For purifying Misses Mary Walden Gooch and nothing is equal to it. The action ot S. S. S. is to cleanse the blood. It soaks Josephine Beazzley visited friends in to through the system direct an the seat Lancaster this week. as of the trouble acting poisons. antidote It to neutralize the blood corpuscles, inMiss Katherine Gentry, of Frankthe red blood creases the flow so that the blood can fort, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. properly perform its physical work. Eliza Gentry. The dull, sluggish feeling leaves you clears the complexion respond up. Even longMr: Frank Giller, of Port Clin-rtopromptly. But standing cases Ohio, has been the guest of his vou must take S. S. S Drugs and subGet S. stitutes won't do. you need S. S. from relative, W. B. Buchanan, and Mrs. expert adIf vorr druggist. Swift Specific Co., Atlanvice writ" to i Buchanan. ta. Ga. y, . SIGNS Dr. J. W. Bryant is moving to his BLOOD new home on Danville avenue. n, - r s i fk "pftb XmBmj?m Our Leading Lines of Hosiery For Spring. 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Just try this moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil and in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at once, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invigorates the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair. But what will please you most will ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. be after a few weeks' use when you New York will actually see new hair fine and Downey. downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. If Heard About Town you care for pretty, soft hair and lots of bottle of it surely get a Monday is Court Day. The I. J. Miss Lula Anderson was the guest CHAPPELL'S GAP. Knowlton's Danderine from any drugwill appreciate it if all subscribers of Miss Maggie .Broughton. The Death Angel visited the home gist or toilet counter, and just try who are behind, will send or bring of George Denny and took away his 12-- 1 Miss Julia Broughton has been it. in "that dollar" tiist day. loving wife. She was of a kind and confined to her room this week. loving disposition and will be sadly The condition of Mr. Thomas J. Mrs. Logan McCall, who has been missed by the entire community. Oaks remains very critical, and his ill, is able to be out again. Besides her husband, she is survived friends are apprehensive of the Ed Welburn was the guest of his worst. by four children, four sisters, one uncle, Mr. G. B. Pruitt, of Moreland. brother. A. Mrs. Martha J. Broughton has had Mesdames G. G. Perry and W. A little daughter has arrived at Tribble spent Tuesday in Lexington. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arch B. the grip, but is somewhat better at Nothing else can so completely endear Smith, out on the Crab Orchard pike. this writing. - Mrs. H. C. Greer and children, 0 us to the present and the future as the Mrs. A. A. Anderson is on the sick Danville, are visiting Mrs. D. M. She has been named Mary Louise expected arrival of a list. Smith. baby. But in lbs meanWalker. time the comfort of Mrs. Julia Broughton visited her John B. Dinwiddie, the auctioneer the mother is of vast mother Saturday. J. S. Mobley, of McKinney, who importance. There is a of Moreland was in town on business represents a popular cream separator splendid external remMisses Maggie and Lula Anderson Wednesday. edy known as "Mothin his part of the county was in visited Mrs. Joe Broughton Sunday. er's Friend" which exMr. and Mrs. Will Riffe, of Hus- town Friday to see about advertising Mr. Daniel Broughton has bought erts a wonderful Influtonville, were the guests of Mrs. it in the I. J., which he plans to do the Carpenter place. ence upon the expand, soon. in? muscles. Ttcy Jesse Stagg Sunday. Born to the wife of Harry more pliant, from Mrs. T. A. Rice has returned stretch without' undue Mr. W. S. Fish was taken to Louis- Broughton, a fine girl. pain, make the period s' visit to Mrs. H. K. ville Thursday morning for treatment a Born to the wife of Vergil Turone of pleasant a Bourne at New Castle. i.istcr-cf nn-by his brother, Dr. Carlos Fish, of ner, a fine boy, which has been I prehension. In a scries of splendid letters Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Perkins were Frankfort. Mr. Fish's condition is named Porter. Trom all ever the country mothers tell of the with Lancaster friends first of the regarded serious and it is more than help "Mother's Friend" was to Miss Violet Harris visited Miss preat grandmothers tell the wonderful them. Lven story week. probable that an operation will have Maggie Broughton. to their own daughters about to enter the Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baughman to be performed. of motherhood. bottleMiss Lula Anderson has been the state Friend" today of Get a nea'restof "Mother's your druggist. were in town Thursday visiting , guest of Miss Maggie Broughton. Use this splendid help with your own rami relatives. friends and guided by Mrs. Sallie Guthrie, mother of Miss Martha J. Broughton is vis- of interest your own mind. For a free book and importance to all mothers Miss Enfield Joiner, of Danville, Mrs. J. A. Carpenter, of Perryville, iting write to Bradfleld Regulator Co., 409 Lamar Joe Broughton. Sowas the week end guest of Miss Ga. but who lived in this city a number Mr. Jasper Broughton and John 0. Bltlg:., Atlanta, many It relates the personal phia Alcorn. at'-hhome near Griffin, were in Lancaster on busi- csperiences ofthat all happy mothers, it telt of years is dead nany things women should he faMiss Sophia Alcorn went to .that little city. She was probably the miliar with; it is at once a guide and an ness Tuesday. i:sn!ration. Write for thfa book. Louisville this morning to hear eldest woman m that section, and .,.. Helen' Keller lecture. .. , 'those who knew her well say she was" Miss Allie Yantis returned to her ,one 01 tne very Dest. jjeceaseu celhome in Lancaster, this morning, af- ebrated her 94th birthday recently. ter a visit to Miss Lottie Carson. J. W. Hall, of Louisville, who has Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Eads, the guest of his sister, Mrs. W. who have been residing near Crest-woobeen B. Buchanan, has- - returned home. in Shelby county, came back Miss Minnie-Pruit- t t, of Moreland, to Stanford this week, and are bewas in town visiting friends the mid- ing give"h a cordial welcome by their dle of the week. many friends. Mr. Eads sold his farm Misses Lottie Westerfield. Marga- in Shelby, at a nice profit and is on ret Overstreet and Hazel Rawlings the lookout for another farm in Linof Parksville, were the" guests of Mrs. coln. He says if the good people of Ed Davis the latter part of last week. this county will forgive him for leavMrs. D. V. Ballou returned Sat- ing this time, he will never so offend urday night from a visit to her again. Mr. and Mrs. Eads are temWe still have a quantity of heavy Winter mother, Mrs. M. C. Kelley at Day- porarily domiciled in the Mahony avenue, until ton, Ohio. property on Danville Goods left over, which we must sell before Miss Alva Holtzclaw, of Gilbert's he can find a farm that suits him. Creek is the guest of her cousins, our Big Spring Stocks arrive. This will be 6 this week, Misses Kate and Ida Cut This Out It Is Worth Money. your opportunity to secure anything you may '' ,lh: rHoltzclaw.' DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this J. C. McClary and Mrs. Jay How-ensti- slip, enclose with 5c co Foley & Co., need an extraordinary low price goods you went to Brodhead this morn- Chicago, 111., writing your name and can use most of the year around, but which ing to attend the funeral of Thomas address clearly. You will receive ir J. Frith. package containing Foreturn a trial you can buy cheaper right now than any othJoe Hill, Sam Emhi-- and Jesse ley's Honey and Tar Compound, for Hocker will attend the basket-ba- ll er time in the year. To get room in our stores lagrippe coughs, colds and croup. Fogame at Danville between Centre ley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathartic we are going to make College and Georgetown College, Tablets. Sold everywhere. Friday. T Mrs. Thomas Hughes, of Clarks-villRead" the ads in today's paper. If w Jen-nin- e not, you will miss some you do Tenn., and her aunt, Mrs. C. Wolf, of Danville, are here mighty good reading. this week visiting friends and relatives. You're Bilious ! Let Mrs. J. M. Scribner, of Liberty, Liven Mo., arrived this week for a visit to Cascarets her brother, J. A. Ball and family, Liver and Bowels whom she has not seen for seven years. Mrs. R. 3 Bruce went to Rich- Don't Stay Headachy, Constipated, Fleeced lined garments, 50c value, 29c. Our mond Friday morning to attend a reSick, With Breath Bad and ception to be given by Mrs. R. E. 25c line, a good garment, at 18c. Stomach Sour. Turley in honor of Mrs. Ran have a lot th ?.re LADIES' SHOES.-- We of Nicholasville, this afterbox now. Get a noon. You men and women who can't always stylish and sell regularly from o to The Young Ladies Sewing Circle get feeling right who have headenjoyed a very pleasant afternoon at ache, coated tongue, bad, taste and $10; now $2.98. A few Men's Suits and Ovthe home of Miss Lucy Lee Walton foul breath, dizziness, can't sleep, are you usually pay from $8 to $15, ercoats on Wednesday. After an hour or so bilious, nervous and upset, bothered was spent sewing, delicious refresh- with a sick, gassy, disordered stom$3.98 to $7.98. selling to close out we ments Avere served by Miss Walton ach, or have a bad cold. You should come quick for these for they will in her usual charming manner". Those Are you keeping your bowels clean present were: Mrs. J. B. Perkins, with Cascarets, or merely forcing a these figures. Some Men's, not last long Misses Lyle Cooper, Kate Davis passageway every few days with Anne Davis McRoberts, JoseWomen's and Children's Shoes we can sell pills or castor oil? phine Brady, Verna Rout, Lottie salts, cathartic Cascarets work while you sleep; you as low as 98c. We have an extra nice line Carson, Allie Yantis and Emma cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, Hays. of stylish tan low cuts for ladies, usually sellundigested, fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the $1.24. ing $3.50, now Action If Natural. liver and carry out of the system all These are just few of the bargains we are offering for P. S. Meehan, Hancock, Mich., the constipated waste matter and Court Day Sale." Everything else in our stores will be sold in writes: "I haye given Foley Cathartic poisoft in-tbowel3. Tablets a thorough trial and can postonight, will straighten, A Casbaret like proportion. We can save you money. Come in and let itively state they are the best laxa- you out, by morning a box us prove it to you. tive I ever used. Their action Is nat- from any drug store will keep your ural, no pain or griping, and they stomach sweet, liver and bowels regclean the system in fine. shape." Stout ular;, and hefed clear for months. persons say the buoyant, free feel Don't forget the children. They love SALEM & SALEM. ing" they brihgMs a' blessing. Sold Cascarets because they taste good 12-- 1 everywhere." never gripe or sicken. 25-cent ority of Royal Baking Powder? There are several good reasons, but there is one which distinguishes Royal from other baking powders. This reason, which every woman should know, is that Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, which comes from grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin. It means natural food as distinguished from mineral substitutes used in other baking powders. There is no alum nor phosphate in Royal Baking Powder. The Coming Baby! Hecray! Hooray! he-co- two-week- on 1 - er SPECIAL d, LOW PRIC at For Court Day. " ne y e, " " ry Low Prices Mon day Court Day. On Men's, Boys' and Ladies' -- Bro-naug- h, 10-ce- nt that are at Ra-ne- y, at -- at at he -- 10-ce- nt The Bargain Store, fJtte.'T,f .i K 2f - C. - 'flw. - - X .- - -- , -,; . Sv Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February Preachersville Mrs. William Naylor, of near Stanford, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bell. Mrs. Newton Gill is some better of-grip- . 11, 1916. Real Estate For Sale The Following is a Partial List of Our Properties For Sale: No. 94. One of the best farms in Central Kentucky, of 261 acres; two story frame dwelling of 12 rooms; feed 2 barns, 75x75 each, and 60-f- t. shed on side with large crib; 2 buggy houses; 3 hen houses; smoke house, etc; 30 acres in cultivation and balance in grass; splendid orchard of 400 tres; everlasting springs, ponds, etc., in fact water in every field. All buildings and fencing in first class condition. Right on pike and one mile from depot; finest shipping point on the road; an ideal stock farm. This land will grow wheat, corn, tobacco, hemp, etc., as well as any land in the State of Kentucky. The whole farm lays well and is well drained. No waste land. An automobile can be driven over all of it and there is not a foot of cold or swamp land on it. Price $30,000.00 and terms right. No. 96. One of the best equipped blacksmith shops in this part of the State, it cost ?uu to equip it, including $100 worth of bolts and $50 worth of wagon timber, etc. Will sell all for $250 spot cash. This is a big opportunity for the right man to make good money. resiNo. 98. Two-stor- y dence; garden; well at door and all necessary outbuildings; right at good school, etc. The price on this is as cheap as dirt. Will sell, trade or rent, and make right terms. It will pay you to investigate this prop- six-roo- m Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. IN'CORroBATED No. 97. Large blacksmith shop, 50x90 feet metal roof and all in good condition. Will sell or rent this. See us about the price and terms. This is one of the best locations in the county for this business and we will make you a price on this that you could not begin to put up the build21 acres of good land in corporate limits of a good town; the 5 acres in grass balance in cultivation. Wide frontage on good street. Will sell or exchange this property. 92. 76 acres of good land, residence of five extra large rooms, layer of 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 ponds and two never failing springs; about 35 acres in grass and balance in cultivation. In splendid community and right at edge of good town. Price $100.00 per acre one half down and balance in 1 and 2 years. No. 94. Vacant lot 60x400 on the best residence street in Stanford, Kentucky. Price $600.00. No. 84. 100 acre farm two miles from Danville, Ky., in the richest part of Boyle county. Two story frame dwelling of seven rooms, halls, and porches. Good barn, crib, etc. " Splendidly watered, cistern righ"tat" door, three everlasting springs, ponds, etc. All lays well and no waste land on it. Fencing good. Also 100 barrels corn, 50 bales of hay, 25 bales of oats, 18 cattle, 2 good mules, 7 shoats, 2 brood sows, 3 colts, 1 brood mare, several turning plows, cultivators, 2 wheat drills, riding cultivator, etc., everything in the way of tools that is necessary to run a farm too numerous to mention. Will turn this place over to purchaser and move out with household goods. Price $14,000 one half down and balance to suit purchaser. This is a chance of a life time to get one of the best farms in central Kentucky fully equipped and stocked. No. 86. 56 acres 1 2 miles from house; good good town. barn; large driveway and all necessary outbuildings; good orchard; two wells and pond; fencing good; buildings all new. Price $3,500. No. 89. 140 acres, frame dwelling and porches; two barns; one for stock and the other a six-actobacco barn; crib, buggy house, etc. All in grass except about 25 acres; water in field; fencing and buildings in good shape. Nice orchard. Price $60.00 an acre. Terms right. No. 90. Linnletta Springs. The main hotel has 30 rooms and four room cottage in yard. The grounds consist of about ten acres. This property has cost the owner from Will first to last over $30,000.00 sell dirt cheap. Ask us about this property. The price is so cheap you could afford to move the buildings for it and then make good money. No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of 42 acres right on pike; has house, barn, etc; place well watered and fenced; for a quick sale, $70 per acre and easy terms. This is good strong soil and worth more money but must be sold. e 2 No. 28. farm, 4 miles from Stanford on good pike, splendid community and no better soil in the county; residence, ten- halls, porches, etc. Two-rootobacco barn ant h mse, new and all other necessary outbuildings; close to church and school and splendidly fenced and watered. Over half of this place in grass. Price $100 per acre, a third down and balance in 1, 2 and 3 years. No. 32. 225 acres 5 miles from Stanford on good turnpike; has two good dwellings 2 large tobacco barns. These are extra large barns, one being 48x120 and the other 38x108 and b.oth 20 feet to eaves. This is a 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. 92. 175 acre farm in southern end of county; in six fields; 90 acres cleared and in cultivation and balance in timber. In the cleared land, 35 acres in pasture and 15 No. 89. 1-six-roo- m re 100-acr1-m 10-ac- re ing for. . frame dwel acres in timothy; ling of two stories. Best dwelling in tenant this end of county; house; barn 60x80; crib, buggy house hen house, etc; good orchard; 8 never failing springs on place. All buildings and fencing in first class condition. Place right on pike and one mile from town and R. R. station. Price only $27.50 per acre. It will pay you to investigate this property. No. 44. 234 acre rarm 1 2 miles from one of the best towns in central Kentucky and only 2 miles from good railroad station; right on pike and in graded school district; all in grass except 4 acres and about 170 acres being in blue grass sod; no better watered farm in the state; fencing y good; has a large frame residence, large barns, etc. This land will grow anything you put on it; it is an ideal stock farm; magnificent home; splendid community; in the richest part of county. Price $100 per acre; terms right. No. 48 324 acres, 2 miles from Stanford on good pike; most of this farm is in grass; besides the residence there is a good stock and tobacco barn, 36x80; cribs, etc; fencing good; and always an abundance of water; this is a good stock farm and will graze more cattle than any farm in this section; price right and terms easy. No. 80. 53 acres of land, one and a half story house of five rooms, porch and good cellar; one small stock barn and tobacco barn 60x30. All other necessary outbuildings; 35 acres in grass and cultivation; fine orchard of over 100 trees, peaches, pears, apples, etc; well watered and fairly well fenced; a good home, well located, close to schools and in good community. Price, only $1,200. No. 82. 150 acres, small house, 7 acre tobacco barn; good orchard and vineyard; about 30 acres in grass, and 15 or 20 acres in cultivation; about 8,000 to 10,000 feet merchantable timber on place; house is old; barn and fencing fairly good; well watered, etc. Price only $1,800, d terms easy; down and balance on long time. cottage, No. 81. Nice large yard and good garden smsll stock of groceries, hardware, etc., with cheap rental contract on storeroom, barn and barn lots for four years. The store room, etc., is located right at corner of yard. This place is right on the pike and the best location in the county for a country store. Will sell for cash or trade. No. 50. Two-storframe dwelling; two barns; place contains 1 acre of land; splendid garden, etc; in Stanford graded district. $2,000 wouldn't put the improvements on this place; will sell or trade. Price r 1-two-storone-thirfive-room W. H. Cummins is ill of grip. We note the following Spring signs which are said to be infallible: Frogs croaking; robins and bluebirds in plenty have returned from the south; flickers beating tatoos on dead tree tops at noontime, and bumblebees have been flying about, while young grasshoppers are occasionally seen in sheltered places in meadows. Don't garden yet! The quarterly conference was held at the Methodist church Monday and Tuesday by Rev. Greer, the presiding elder. Great stress is laid upon exercise by medical practitioners and students of hygiene as being necessary to health, but let them prescribe the operation of a hemp brake or the swing of a mattock from sun to sun and how soon would their prestige wane? We wish to submit the following tribute from a friend concerning the death of our oldest colored citizen. "The death last week of Uncle Jesse Anderson, of color, aged 78, marked the passing of a figure long familiar to the community He was of the type, polite of manner, sober, industrious and reliable. His politeness was unfailing, and his simple piety and gentle manners made him a dependable and appreciated figure among his neighbors. The period previous to the civil war has so far receded that we shall soon know nothing of the real affection that existed between master and slave. Uncle Jesse referred to his master and to 'his white people' with esteem, declaring if he had to return to bondage,- - he would have chosen the same master." ante-bellum 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 1 7 1 9. WHY YOU SHOULD SELL IN LEXINGTON: Because it is the biggest market in the world. Because all large manufacturers have their redrying plants here. 4.S3 Because all smaller manufacturers buy through brokers on this market. Because we have thirty-nin- e licensed buyers on the Lexington market. Because the Lexington market has averaged for the past five years $1.50 to $3.00 per hundred above the entire average of the state. Because it takes you 12 months of hard work to "raise a crop; why not take a day or two longer and sell it on the BIGGEST AND BEST MARKET IN THE WORLD? Don't take anybody's word for it, come and see for yourself and be convinced. WE HAVE A SALE DAILY IN ONE OR MORE OF OUR HOUSES. As to the prices we are getting and the way we look after your tobacco, ask anyone who with us we will stand by anything they say about us and solicit your trade on that basis. has sold We have in our market report for several weeks past reported a strong and active market with a decided advance for common red grades. This week the market has remained firm with values with last week. Ther. was some discrimination, however, against tobacco in too high order on a par which had a tendency to give the market the appearance of not being quite so strong. 22,547,000 Pounds Have Been Sold Up To Date AT AN AVERAGE OF $10.63 1 WE ADVISE YOU TO BRING YOUR TOBACCO ON AND SELL IT AS SOON AS YOU CAN. OUR MOTTO IS: "PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT." Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. LEXINGTON, - acmMm - KENTUCKY. COUGHS AND COLDS ARE DANGEROUS y, $1,500. farnv-4- n ana; about 45 miles north of Louisville; about 90 acres in blue grass; a splendid new tobacco barn, large silo, residence and all necessary outbuildings; place well watered and fenced; 1 2 miles from good town and right on pike; right at the intersection of two good turnpikes; pike running full length of two sides of the farm; some of the place bottom land. This is a splendid farm and has so much pike frontage that it can be easily-divide- d into several small farms. Will sell as a whole or divide. 15-acre Icdi. Few of us realize the danger of Coughs and Colds. We consider them common and harmless ailments. However statistics tell us every third person dies of a lung ailment. Dangerous Bronchial and Lung disease follow a neglected cold. As your body struggles against cold germs, no better aid can be had than Dr. King's Notice is hereby given that I, or New Discovery. Its merit ha"s been one of my deputies, will, on tested by old and young. In use MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1916, over 45 years. Get a bottle today. Avoid the risk of serious Lung ail- at 1 :30 o'clock P. M., at the door of ments. Druggists. the court house in Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentucky, expose to public MT. STERLING. sale for cash in hand- - he following MULE S ALES-A-- T. SHERIFF'S SALE For State, County, State Road and School Tax R. H. Wills, of Paris, accompany-- 1-- ing buyer for mules from South Carolina, was here last week looking at several bunches and made purchases from Greenwade & Razor and others. He also bought 20 head from W. A. Thomason at North Middle-towPrices paid ranged from $175 to $210. Sixty head were bought. Mt. Sterling Advocate. n. residence, porches, etc; small new barn; also old barn and two old log houses on the place; two splendid orchards; good springs; well fenced and about 75 acres bottom land; this place faces the road for about a mile and ian be easily divide'.' into two or even three small farm:: Right price and terms right. No. 61. One town lot right on Main street, 80x270. Price $600; also four other lots 60x138. Price $300 each and one lot 90x100. Price $800. All of these lots have concrete walks ad inare wel' locate!. Rest building town. lot No. 64. 172 acres of splendid hemp and tobacco land; brick residence with basement; splendid barn with water piped In the same; large concrete silo; all buildings in good repair. This is an A 1 farm. Price $20,000; "lerms two-stoi- y, 10-room No. 56. 200-ac- re farm; FAMILYAVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNES5 By Being Constantly Supplied With Thedford's Black-Draugh- t. AteDuff, Va. "I suffered for several years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, o! Uris place, "with sick headache, anc Black-Draug- ht, dwellacres; ing; barn 40x60 and all necessary outbuildings; well watered and fenced; right on pike and only three miles from Stanford. Price $6,000. One half cash and easy terms on balance. No. 73. Three-roocottage; new stable containing three stalls . and corn crib; small storeroom on pike; good cistern at. door and never failing well in lot; 5 acres of ground; all buildings and fencing in good condition. Place well located and in good community. Price $1,750. No. 75. 140-acfarm; two cottages; one 4 rooms; the other three rooms; ten-acr- e tobacco barn; 50 acres cleared; balance in timber; never failing springs; close to good town; churches and school. Price $25 per acre. No. 38. Two storerooms in the heart of Stanford. Best location in town and both are always rented. These rooms are a splendid investment and always pay a good dividend after taxes, insurance and repairs are paid. Will make a price on these that will interest you. No. 30. 106 acres of land located right at a good railroad station; residence, one old barn and one new 30x50, with shed on each side; crib, smokehouse, etc; well watered and fenced. Good orchard; about 40 acres of this place in cultivation and balance for grazing. This is a bargain for $50 per acre and terms right. Consult Us Before Buying. List With Us If You Want to Sell 74 m re -- easy. No. 69. stomach trouble. Tun years ago a friend told me to try Thedford's which I did, and I found it to be the best family medicine for young and old. I keep ht on hand all the lime now, and when my children feel a tittle bad, they ask me for a dose, and it does them more good than any medicine ii:ey ever tried. Ve never have a long spell of sickness in our family, since we commenced :sing ht Thedford's is pure! vegetable, and has been Found to regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, headache, sick stomach, and similar symptoms. It has been in constant use for more than 70 years, and 'has benefited more than a million people. Your druggist sells and recommends Price only 25c. Get a Black-DraugBlack-Draugh- t." Black-DraugBlack-Draug- ht. Package to-da- y. n. c m lREMEWFORMEN.i I AT YOUR DRUGGIST. f om HUGHES & McCARTY "Office Lancaster Street Opposite Court House. Office Phone 180. .REAL ESTATE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. t fh TO THE PUBLIC. I represent tne largest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise vou a square deal. Ton will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My PALL and WINTER line of samples are now ready for "your inspection. Call, and let s'skqw you. If. C RUFLEY, tfcPractical Tmiltr made-to-order described property, or so much there of as may be necessary to pay State, County, School and State Road Tax thereon and unpaid and the in terest, penalty and costs thereon. J. G. WEATHERFORD, Sheriff Lincoln County. Waynesburg, White List Acton, J. W., (nr) 74 acres....$ 6.30 8.95 Acton, John (nr) 74 acres 14.20 Ashlev, W. B. 36 acres 9.38 Baugh Hen, 8 acres 4.25 Ball, Mrs. H. P. 42 acres 7.90 Bell, J. F., 46 acres 13.19 Bauman, John 24 acres 3.92 Bryant, T. L., 1 acre 4.33 Burchel, K. S., 72 ares 17.05 Carter, John J., 87 acres 6.57 Carriett, C, 100 acres 10.22 Coleman, G. W., 84 acres Chamberlain, D. C, 50 acres .. 4.58 4.60 Chambers, J. M., 1 acre 5.00 Cook, J., (nr) 2 acres 4.71 Cook, Mrs. J. M. 4 acres 8.41 Coker, A. G., 60 acres 5.25 Denham, J. P., 9 eres- 6.45 Dotson, M. L., 40 acres 5.48 Delaney, Phil 1 acre Esbrath, E. M., (nr) 100 acres 12.93 4.65 acres Floyd, James Fischer, Mrs. Chas. J. 1 acre.... 5.00 16.90 Francis hrs., 204 acres 4.25 Florence, James 1 acre 5.48 Florence, J. F., 15 acres 1.58 Gourley, Mrs. Sarah 25 acres Gooch, Mrs. Nannie 2 acres.... 2.33 5.25 Green, J. R., 35 acres Griffith, E. L. (nr) 31 acres.... 11.60 Grant, W. M., (nr) 70 acres.... 5.00 2.23 Hatfield, Haley 15 acres 5.92 Harris, J. C, 70 acres 10.55 Hiatt, B. D., 47 acres 10.40 Horton, J. T., 114 seres Holbrook, W. V., 84 acres bal 5.30 4.20 Hutchison, B. D., 30 acres Henry, Solon (nr) 50 acres.... 2.33 11.88 Jones. A. W. 60 acres 8.95 Killion hrs (nr) 72 acres 9.22 Kishup, Fred 85 acres 2.80 Leach, Thos., Jr., 3 acres Mallory, P. H., (nr) 80 acres.... 9.62 18.25 Marlow, French 176 acres 17.50 Murphy, W. M., 80 acres 4.95 Merritt, D., 1 acre 19.55 Miracle, E. L., 150 acres 7.60 Merideth, James 34 acres 2.33 Mullins, Sarah 3 acres 3.65 McElfresh, Bud (nr) 50 acres 6,30 McCoy,. C B., 45 acres McKinney Mrs. Sarah 81 acres 5.35 8.03 Nolan, Edward 71 acres 7.36 Newcomb, W. M., 1 acre 11.85 Ott, George W., llfi acres 6.5,5 Osterman, W. M., 28 acres 4.30 Padgett, Oliver 3 acres Parsons, Henry (nr) 50 acres.. 5.00 Parker, George L., 17 acres .... 5.07 5.25 Pittman, M., 37 acres 3.25 Rector, Martin, 30 acres Reynolds, Mrs. E. J., 100 acres 6.30 10.55 Riley, W. T., 150 acres 4.60 Rogers, F .A., 20 acres 10.38 Singleton, W. H.,.64 acres 7.53 Smith, Mrs. Eva 164 acres 5.10 Skidmore, W. D., 38 acres 2.00 Sutton. R. G., 12 icres 8.30 Trimble, Milton H&L 4;02 Walls, Hayden J., 28 acres Walls, Martha E., 5 acres.... 1.67 4.60 Walls, S. H.. 20 acres 29.10 Walker, H. H., 150 acres . 22.20 Williams, J. R., 104 acres . Woodie, R. A., 110 ticres Wbodie, A. W., 100 acres Young, Charley 10 acres YocumT B.' Y., 57 acres 13.28 15.85 4.25 9.22 20.10 Kennard, Howard 142-acre- s Ross, W. D., (nr) 129 acres. .. 10.30 Pe'trev. J. aW01- 5.91 Ross, C. G., 25 acres 4.45 Pnce, Jas. R., 40 acres 12.10 Sanders, L. L H&L. 44.09' Waynesburg Colored List Sigler, W. J., (nr) H&L 1" 6.55 Mullins, Jessie 2 acres 3.92 Smith, Mrs. J. L., 100 acres 4.97 Simpson, J. L., 100 acres 9.53 Stephens, James 25 acres Stanford White Delinquent List 3.65 Steinbergen, acres j Burke, Mrs. Mary P.. 18 acres 20.87 Taylor, Jas., J. D. 50 acres bal 3.65 (nr) 3 15.84 7.53 Taylor, Jas., 1 acre urutain, rrea, id acres 3.26 Bowen, Elijah (nr) 16 acres .. 16.77 Webber, Henry 6.5S Dyehouse, Will (nr) 4 acres 7.97 Kreuger, Ed 64 65 acres... . 4.97 Hughes, Joseph, 4 acres 7.62 Klebs, Chas., 60 acres acres 6.03 Hocker, Mrs. Jessie (nr) H&L 2.35 Papenhagen, 45 10.28: Holtzclaw, B. D., 1 acre 40.22 Parks, Conrad 221 acres acres 80.50 Johnson, C (nr) 450 acres 22.50 Lightner, Mrs.Mattie (nr)33 a 19.20 Crab Orchard CoIorecDelinquent List Merrideth, O.F., (nr) 13 acres 4.31 Moore, J. W., (nr) 116 acres 4.31 4.24 McCormack, Mrs. Laura 60A 40.75 Anderson, Jesse 1 acre 3.91 McCormack hrs 40 acres 2.33 Buchanan, Elima 1 1 acre acre 3.91 Nichols & Reynolds 180 A 7.62 Buchanan, Dick Curtis, Fred (nr) 6 acres 4.57 Poynter, J.H.&E.C. 100 acres 19.35 Delaney, Alfred 5.63 Rice, Stephen, 2 H&Ls 9.56 Guest, Harry 2 A., 5 acres 4.57 Shoemaker, W.F., 85 acres bal 12.30 Hays, Sarah 1 acres 1.26 Stewart, Mrs.Malinda 25 acres 2.60 Lee, Thos. & acre 2 3.91 Sponamore,J.M.&A.L.72 acres 2.35 Mullins, John sisters acres 2.94 Clay nr)l acre 1.65 Owsley, George1 acre Walker, Green 40 acres 4.18 Young, H. G., 10 acres 5.77 Vanderveer, 2.99 Carpenter sisters, 1 lot. 9.90 Welch, Will, Geo. hrs 3 acres Jr. (nr) i acre.. 4.57 5.24 Stanford Colored Delinquent List Welch, Charley 16 acres Woods, Patsy 1 acre 1.35 Adams, Pattie H&L $ 7.10 Adams, Richard, H&L 5.25 Hustonville White Delinquent List Baughman, Buck 2 acres land 5.65 9.22 Bastin, George I sere Broaddus, Harve H&L $ 4.95 3.65 Blackerby, R. P., 60 acres Burdette, Jas. (nr) 6 acres 9.10 Burnside, John 3 acres 5.77 Burgin, W. J., 2 H&Ls 32.25 Carson, W. A. (nr) 1 acre 1.35 Brawner, C. R., estate H&L 12.60 Carson, Boney 1 acre 4.98 Compton, Mrs. L. C. 2 acres 8.95 Hays, Polly H&L 2.00 Childers, Q. C. 56 acres 2.80 4.65 Fashauner, Andy 1 acre Harris, Walter 1 acre 2.94 3.25 Gibson, Jason 1 acre Harris, Willis H&L 3.91 Hocker, Joe, Sr., admr (Chas. Howard, E. M., 50 acres 16.85 2.32 Johnson, Richard, H&L Stephens) 2 acre 2.32 6.56 Johnson, Thomas J., H&L Helm, Lee, H&L. 6.83 8.95 Konney, T.W. (nr) 230 acres Jones, Pearl, 3 H&Lc? S.95 8.83 Land, John 15 acres Logan, W. L., 1 acre 6.30 4.60 Leaner. Sam 18 acres-Logan, Jim 12 acres 7.23 1.35 aCcGIurc, C. K., 2 r.;rcs&H&L 19.85 Logan, Mariah 5 acres 4.30 ' Minks, J?. II., 50 icres bal ... 3.65 Lackey, Will, 2 acres 4.60 I Moore & Scudder 40 acres Lackey, Will, 1 acre 7.62 3.25 Reid, John 72 acrss Miller, Geo., 1 acre 9.21 S.95 Kcid, Charley, 26 acres Ross. Squire, 3 acres 6.30 6.25 Reynerson, Tom(nr) H&L Ross, Alex 2 acres 2.11 2.22 Root, A. D. (nr) 5' acres Stuart, Silas hrs 2 acres 1.67 4.25 Selmar, F. W. (nr) 60 acres.. 6.30 Stuart, Mary Cinda 4 acres 1.55 Sluder, Mrs. Polly 3 acres. Simpson, Millie hrs 4 acres 1.35 6.45 Smith, Edgar 1 acre Simpson, Elias 33 acres 3.91 3.65 Smith, C. C, 2 H&Ls Smith, Lucy, 1 acre 24.59 4.92 Smith, Shelton, 3 acres Simms, Tom 20 acres 3.65 Thurmond, Dick, hrs 40 acres 3.65 Smith, O. C, 1 acre 4.97 Stanton, John P., 2 acres 4.26 Crab Orchard White Delinquent List Sweeney, Mrs. Ann (nr) 65 A 9.63 2.32 Anderson Mrs. Dave 8 acres.... 1.43 Vinson, Wm. (nr) H&L. 4.57 2.99 Walls, Mack H&L Allen, John (nr) 85 acres 3.59 4.27 Yocum, M. H., 1 acre Baker, Presley 7 acres 2.32 Bastin. A. H.. (nr) 40 acres 3.60 Hustonville Colored Delinquent List Brown, A. B., 15 acres 4.14 Bbbbitt, Col. F. F. 1 acre 6.17 Alcorn, James 1 acve 4.97 iChappel, Tom 90 acres o.ou Armstrong Charley H&L. 6.56 uenny, uscar iz acres 3.91 Armstrong, George H&L. Dishon, Robert, 4 acres 4.57 2.99 Bruce, Gill 1 acre 3.91 .Elder, Richard 20 seres 4.58 Capps, Marion 1 acre Frazier, Robert 15 acres 7.65 8.23 Carpenter, Albert (nr) 3 acres 3.59 Frith, T. S., (nr) 79 acres. 2.37, 10.58 Carpenter, Jake (nr) 1 acre Gorn, John 15 acres 4.97 Culp, Malina 6 acres bal 3.39 Grant Mrs. Dave 240 acres 18.08 Cooper, Jennie H&L 2.32 Gutman, Wm. 56 acres 4.19 Durham, Bob admr 1 acre 2..04 Harlow, Billy 12 acres 20.86 Gooch, Ed 10 acres 3..92 Helton, Wm. 150 acres 8.02 Givens, Ellen hrs 25 acres 2..99 Helton, J. C, 40 acres 2.34 Givens Horton, H&L 5..09 Hicks, Mrs. Anne 52 acres 2..99 Hines George (hr) 20 acres.... 1.90 Goode, Mollie, H&L 1. .67 Holmes, John W. 796 acres.... 277.92 Helm, Jennie 1 acre 42.56 'Hoffman, Sallie H&L 3..39 Holmes, D. V., 125 acres 10.32 I. O. O. Fs lodge room 1 acre 5..08 Hopkins, Mack 33 acres Hopkins, Mrs.Sarah (nr) H&L 5.44 Jordan, Laura H&L 1.53 3.91 Lyons, Will 1 acre 3.91 Kidd, Charley 20 acres 3.76 Morton, Dan 4 acres 3.91 King, Wm. 2 acres 1.67 Morton, John 6 acres 4.58 Lane, Mrs. Eliza H&L 67.25 McCormack, Alfred 4 acres 4.58 Lane, W. E., (nr) 7 acres 2.93 McCormack, Arch 1 acre 3.26 Ladlislin, H., 7 acres 3.26 Ledford, F. B., 62 acres baL..: 15.89 Owens, Willis 12 acres 6.30 Patton, Newman 11 acres 6.97 Lewis, Morgan, 10 acres 12.31 Riffe & Jones 2 H&Ls bal Lockowitzz, Louis 1IB acres 3.52 Singleton, Clay 3 acres Masonic, lodge Preachersville 1 5.64 3.22 Simpson, Harry 5 acres .??.2.99 acre 18.27 Smith, Will H&L. Monday, Joseph 84 acres 4.58 11.60 Steele, George 1 acre Moes, Joe (nr) 100 acres 3.92 11.63 Trice, Mitchell H&L. Magee, Mrs. Kate H&L 3.60 8.95 Wilkerson, Marv E- - H&L. McCarley, Mrs. Lizzie H&L.. 3.65 Osborn, Mahalia, hrs 50 acres 2.98 Welch, James H&L. 5.38 acres Payne; Wm-2 r..? 5.91 Wisdom Temple No. 90 H&L 6.30 . Din ...... -. -- Jf rt -- -. . V 3-- . - .- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 11, 1916. and Katherine Middleton and Messrs. Jordan Middleton and Thomas Hays Bronaugh. On Friday the same parThe death of Mrs. Elizabeth Bar- ty were entertained by Miss Clara ker, which occurred at the home of Collier who spread a most, sumptuous her son, Peyton King, Sunday night, feast for them at her home near has cast a deep gloom over Crab Or- town. Mrs. George Lyne, who has been chard, where nearly all of her long eighty-seve- n years, has been with her motheV at Hawesville, since life of spent. Mrs. Barker had many lofty Thanksgiving, returned home Tuestraits of character. She had a most day. Mrs. Butt was very sick a few days wonderful memory which added to a well stocked knowledge of people since and Dr. Jones was at her bedand eevnts made her a fine conversa- side nearly all night, and her family tionalist. She was one of the most were quite uneasy about, her condiloyal devotees of the "Lost Cause" tion. She is some better at this time. Dr. Edmiston has been quite sick we ever met, and could entertain one hours with events of the Civil with a deep cold and not able to be for War, and endangered both herself, out of his room. Uncle John Edmiston seems to be and property many times in her eagsoldier to getting some stronger and his friends erness to assist the rebel find shelter and a good meal. She hope he will soon be out once more. Miss Delphia Newland is in Georwas charitable to an extreme and devoted to those she regarded as gia, visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. R. friends. The two children she left Bailey, who lives in that state. Mrs. Wash Singleton has been behind are among our best citizens pneumonia at her Messrs. John and Peyton King. Dr. very low with Jones of this city had just brought home near town. She is some bether through a severe attack of pneu- ter at this writing. Mrs. Stella Garner, of Louisville, monia, but Bright's disease, with which she had long suffered, was the came here last week for a few days cause of death. Mrs. Mary King visit to her mother, Mrs. Singleton. Mrs. Will Pettus has been quite watched beside her until the last and and sick with a deep cold for several she was attended by children grandchildren and everything was days. Dr. Jones was called to Preachers-vill- e done for her comfort possible. Her this week to see a very sick child last wishes regarding burial were carried out and she peacefully sleeps of Mr. and Mrs. Flem Cummins. Mrs. Mary Morgan has been sick till the last trumpet shall sound when each one shall receive the reward of for several days. Mis. Luther Garner and Miss Lillie his or her earthly labors. Miss Fannie King came home from Garner of Cedar Creek, were visitors Indianapolis to be with her grand- of Mrs. M. E. Fish Tuesday. Mr. Steve Teters has accepted a mother, Mrs. Barker, during her late position as hotel clerk at the St." Ivan illness. Rev. Wiatt preached a fine ser- Hotel here. Mr. Teaters has followmon Sunday morning on Education, ed this business for years and we feel sure will make himself very useand its bearing on religion. Mr. Frazier Hurt, of Lancaster has ful to Mr. Fish in his work. Our roads leading towards Stanpurchased an interest in our flour ford and Somerset are in the worst mill here and will move his family to Dr. Harmon's cottage on Stanford condition for years and it was with street in a few days. Mr. Hurt mar the greatest difficulty the hearse ried Miss Susie Hilton, of Stanford, could get out to Mr. Pate King's. An auto from Danville containing a niece of Mrs. J. 1: Cherry. Mrs. Tom Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Margaret James entertained the bride and groom, Mr. and Mis. John J. Nave and others could not Walter Goodwin last Thursday eve- travel, and but for people passing in ning. An elegant lunch was served a buggy they would have been unand a most pleasant time is reported. able to attend the funeral of Mrs. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Barker. It is said burglars made several Walter Goodwin, Misses Mary Gray attempts to break into houses here Tuesday night and our Mai'shal, Mr. Don't Suffer Laugh Hamilton was kept busy. Stomach Misery herMiss Opheliaan Lackey gladdened appearance at Sunfriends by day School and church last Sunday. G. L. Penny Will Return the Money If She made quite an interesting talk to the 'Sunday School and said she a Does Not Relieve was proud to see Mr. Skiles as SuDyspepsia. perintendent. By some mistake not intended, the Among all the remedies in Penny's names of Dr. M. M. Phillips and wife popular drug store, there are few were omitted from the list of guests that they are willing to sell on a guar who enjoyed the Rook party given at antee to refund the money if they do the Springs. The Doctor and his not cure. wife were present, and helped to the famous dyspepsia rem- make an enjoyable evening. edy has helped so many of their cusMrs. Charles Redd is able to sit tomers that Mr. Penny says, "If this up after a severe trouble with an remedy does not relieve you, come abscess on her right lung. She was back to our store and we will cheer attended by Dr. Phillips. fully return your money." Charlie Cooper is not very much Anyone who has dyspepsia, indi- improved. gestion, headaches, dizzy feelings or A loving greeting today to our liver troubles, should take advantage many friends afar who anxiously of this chance to be made well with- turn to these letters each week, for out any risk of spending their money they are read in far-oCalifornia, to no purpose. will relieve Texas, and in fact every state in the you, will regulate the digestion, will Union, .and thoughts of many of you enable you to eat what you want. If sweeten the task of writing from it does not do all this it will not cost Crab Orchard. We especially think you a cent. of our friends in Long Beach, Cal., Penny's drug store has sold hun- in Ensley, Ala., in Muskogee, Okla., dreds of boxes of and have and in Tucson, Ariz., as we write yet to receive the first complaint from Crab Orchard. from any customer. Such a record is simply marvelous and speaks volOne Dose Relieves umes for the merit of the remedy. Do not suffer a day longer with A Cold No Quinine disordered digestion. If does not give you complete satisfacCold Compound" Makes You tion you have Penny's personal guar- 'Tape's Feel Fine at Once Don't Stay antee to return your money. 2 Take it Now. Stuff ed-u- Page Seven Crab Orchard. Children Cry for Fletcher's Tho Kind You Have Always Botiglit, and which has teen in use for oyer 30 years, has borne the signature of Allow no one to deceive you in this. d' Counterfeits, Imitations and " are hut All Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment Just-as-goo- zsisr - goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otlicr Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms imd allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years ifc has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy ana natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's FrJcad. CASTOR1A What is substitute for Castor Castoria is a harmless Oil, Pare- e CASTOR! A always Bears the Signature of " We have the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. PENNY'S DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Fop Over McKINNEY. Mrs. Edmund Murphy, of King's Mountain is visiting Mrs. I. W. Gooch and Mrs. J. B. Smith here. Miss Maggie Dye, a charming young lady of Kings Mountain, spent a week with her former neighbor, Mrs. J. B. Smith. Mrs. J. T. Smith is visiting her parents at Somerset this week. Mrs. J. B. Smith and Mrs. Sam THE CENTAJR COMFANY New YORK CITV (tsvT&ii 30 t ' Years Swamp-Roo- Stops Serious Backache ins "" When the Ford Time Comes, Gentle Annie. 'r " " --'- '- i 1 ) V Of course there are FORD cars running all winterthey are doing the big part of the town and city auto work, just now but when springtime comes, FORD time is here in earnest. So that you may be sure of your FORD car when the roads get good again, WHY DON'T YOU PUT IN YOUR ORDER NOW? Others are doing .this. By placing your order now you take no chances on not getting your FORD when you want it. Stop in Court Day and let's talk about FORD matters. At Mi-o-n- H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY storage Repairing Tires Accessories Phone WPBBB3B Montgomery paid Stanford a shopping visit Thursday. Uncle Tommy Meadows is still confined to his bed with severe and prolonged attack of the grip. Our friend and neighbor Johnie Sluder is rapidly completing his at this place, and will soon be ready to fix them up for you. We are reliably informed that Dr. Smith is to soon join the army of Lincoln county autoists, having recently placed his order for a Ford with Mr. Henry Anderson at ga-lage 203 g Mi-o-n- a, At Sonora, John Brasher sold 26 mules to Mr. Lawhorn, of Atlanta, Ga., at $195 each. Ky. weekly When your back aches, and your bladder and kidneys seem to be disordered, remember it is needless to suffer go to your nearest drug store and get a bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. It is a physician's prescription for diseases of the kidneys and bladder. It has stood the test of years and has a reputation for quickly and effectively giving results in thousands of cases. This prescription was used by Dr. Kilmer in his private practice and was so effective that it has been placed on sale everywhere. Get a bottle, 50c, and $1.00, at your nearest druggist. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampt'on, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention the Interior Journal, Stanford semi-- 9,10,11,12 Ejj,jgjjwjwj&Jiqa2.L''gyMg ' " ny jjnageggggeaBttarg WHY BURN REX? There none better. It is all heat. If you order Rex you get It makes no clinkers. Rex. I am sole agent for Rex. It does not soil your hands. See what I give with each It makes no soot. each $1 spent with me. is lllllllllllWlS M wlPiflBi CTIFFNECK sKMa w el'li VteMX c 8F'ia Alfin- ft D ...Mill HIM" ft ial,,,minwiii! .mil"1 ff Mi-o-- na ft M fyi W Phone:Res. 73,0flicell8-J- . N. W. FOWLE Mi-o-- na X flX. S lVv(v Li kw I I VS. Why bear those pains? A single bottle will convince you ill j S'JSS 'i Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. .r Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment, $1.00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars 25c on sale at All Mi-o-- na 10-1- p! PUBLIC SALE Havimjdecided to go west, I will at my home, located about one half mile of Hustonville, Ky., on FEBRUARY 12th, 1916 beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property. My home consisting. of about 20 acres of land in a high state of cultivation; about 12 acres of grass; old fashioned house of six rooms, hall, etc; well watered, two lasting springs; new tobacco barn; 1 mule, 8 years old, a good one; 2 mules, 4 years old, good workers; 2 mules, 7 years old, well broke and good workers; 1 mule, 1 year old 1 horse, 4 years old, by Dignity Dare, a good driver; 2 good milk cows. Farming implements, harness, plows, etc. ; household and kitchen furniture also the following: 1 range, good as new; 1 leather top buggy in good shape; 1 pair 2 year old mules, have been worked; 1 Duroc boar, subject to register, 16. thoroughbred Duroc sows, bred to farrow the last of February; 1 disc harrow. This is a rare opportunity to buy a good home, located near a live town, with good graded schools. DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. ; PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS Plumbing and Heating C. E. BOWER -- Relief comes instantly. A dose taken every two hours until three doses are taken will end grippe misery and break up a severe cold either in the head, chest, body or limbs. It promptly opens clogged-u- p nostrils and air passages in the head, stops nasty discharge or nose running, relieves sick headache, dullness, feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. Quit blowDon't stay stuffed-up- ! ing and snuffling! Ease your throbbing head! Nothing t else in the world gives such prompt relief as which "Pape's Cold Compound," only 25 cefits at any drug costs store. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, causes no inconvenience. 12-- 1 Be sure you get the genuine. 1 2 ft ft ft ft ft ft - - . Y ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Sloan's Liniment Arrests Inflammation. Prevents severe complications. Just put a few drops on the painful spot and the pain WHlt K ft ft KILLS PAIN l ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftHftftft Make Your Drug Store Trading Both Easy and Profitable We claim to sell goods that any drug at the lowest prices high character. We claim to give you the finest store can offer consistent with Stanford, ; Ky. Office with J. L. Beazley phpne42, res. phone 263 BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J.1 john spears. H...n.m., RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay Rum, a small box of Barbo Compound, and Vi oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair twice 0. week until it becomes the desired shade? Any druggist can put this up or you can mix it at homo at very little cost. Full 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- tho scalp, Is not sticky or greasy, and does not Ky. rub off. - you a service pleasing in the extreme; to treat you fairly whether you come in person, send the children or order by ra&il cr telephone. We guarantee service that is satisfactory. Really, you can always do better here. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford. . - -- S. ff Jt ,. X" The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday.Pebruary 11, 1916. -- Well Known Remedy Relieves Chronic Case TO DISPOSE OF IMPORTANT WASTE FROM THE STOMACH WITH REGULARITY. ' J. C. Yates, of Bradfordsville, bought of Curt Yarberry, of Adair county, five yearling mules for $675. An average of $187 was made on 56 Polled Herefords, at a recent sale held by Henry Reimer3 at Gladbrook, Iowa. W. K. Shugars is getting up a good lot of brood mares for his Casey county farm. Of C. E. Tate he got two at $150, of W. D. Gover, one for $150 and of Harry Carter a filly for (1125. Are you prepared for your Spring and Summer Suit? If not, we will be glad fo show you our Fabrics and Models of the very latest of fashions. International MadeTo-Measur- e Suits. . People frequently attribute, to ure of the digestive organs conditions that are primarily due to inactive bowels, and apply remedies that from their very nature are more apt to aggravate than to relieve the disorr--; ' J? der. When the bowels act regularly the stomach is in better shape to perform :ts allotted tasks and can usually be depended upon. To keep the bowels in condition there is no more effective remedy than the combination of simple laxative herbs known as MR. THOS. DeLOACH Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin which is sold in drug stores for fifty cents a Pepsin is the best laxative I have j any knowledge of and the cleaning bottle. Dx Caldwell has prescribed this up guarantee by its uses relieves ev remedy in his practice for over a ery organ." A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup quarter of a century and it is today the standard household remedy in Pepsin should be on hand in every home for use when needed. A trial thousands of homes. Mr. Thos Department of the bottle, free of charge, can be obwith the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, at tained by writing to Dr. W. B. CaldWashington, wrote Dr. Caldwell re- well, 454 Washington street, Monti-cell12-- 1 111. cently that "Dr. Caldwell's Syrup fail- v i De-Loac- h, o, Claude Wilcher, who lives on the W. L. McCarty farm in the West End, sold to V. M. Tanner a lot of picked corn at $4.20. Mr. Wilcher tells the I. J. that he is turning over a field of grass that has not been cul tivated since the Civil War. It contains about 30 acres and he will put it in corn and tobacco. Frank French, of near Rineyville, purchased last week sixty head of stock hogs to be delivered April 15th at $8.50, says the Elizabethtown News. This is the highest price paid in the county for some time. Frank French, however, is a safe business man and when he buys ahead of the market value, as he has done in this case, it is a good sign that hogs are going up. W. H. Corum of Hodgenville, who returned a day or .two ago from Atlanta, where he has been for several weeks, reports the mule market there VSa&fv8KSrfc3& jfeLs- &L yj. '" iJf wwy VJ ? HWiysR di e Tailoring, Exceptional in All Things, Style, Merit, and Greatest of All, Our Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing is in -- charge of Mr. John Mary, of Lexington, andean not be excelled by any YJiV .& wyav&w VALUE. To rpsr rnp. vamp spp what surpassing quality we offer at $15 to $24. v mm Mil i' I !'' 1 city. au if w AW. i Ladies' Work a Specialty. We call for and deliver all work in city and pay parcel post one way. All work guaranteed. WW M Farm' and Stock News FOR SALE. Extra good Blue Grass seed. Price 75 cents per bushel. Write or phone T. E. Baldwin, Richmond, Ky. C. C. 11-- 8 CARPENTER will have for sale, in Stanford, Court Day, an extra good pair of mare mules, 1G hands high; five years old; beautifully gfej'i, F;7ore Wool More mm Lambs More Mutton vsm dhnnn a4i Thr.t'H whora nrnfits jra In the blr liAtf aieic?. but you cannot get Jgy profits unless ron keep yonr animals 1ICC llltUi UlU9f V0 luM srr' T . T tBHf I animal on your place. This wonder work-In- s remedy will destroy and expel every last worm, learlncr the animal free to digest and assimilate every ounce or. rood it eats. Bal-Vie a wonderful tonic and conof a cent a dav ditioner. It coeU but i"- gj per ueca 10 leea. is manutvunrea sj aal-vo- c S. It. Fell Comnanv. nv tnn fiV Cleveland, O. ot posilirdy clean out the worms, not only in your fcbeep, bat In every other vrtU ...t. 1.V9 j... , s t.i I rt dtf!l iim Sal. Vet I mora Ay E. T. Pence, Jr. 7s35y t! Z& Duncan's Big Duroc Hog SALE. Lebanon, Ky., Tuesday, Feb. 15, 1916. 90 HEAD Bred Sows, Bred Gilts, Fall Pigs and Champion Herd Boars. Hogs with a National Reputation. very much demoralized by diphtheria which is killing a .great many mules. The disease seems to be very 11-- 2 broken. fatal according" to Mr. Corum, and My Major Dare won the $1,000 buyers are not inclined to purchase saddle stake at the horse show at for fear of losses. From this disease Denver, Col. in the last ten days more than 50 Miss Loula Long's coming mules have died and as a result the mare, Martha LaMar, won the mule market in Atlanta is om')'ete-l- y E'town News. $500 junior saddle stake at the Dendemoralized. ver show. COLDS NEED ATTENTION. Robert Langford, of Harrodsburg, sold to W. T. Robinson, of Boyle Internal throat and chest troubles county, a pair of 16 2 hand horse produce inflammation, irritation, mules, for $380. swelling or soreness "and unless Wm. Copher, of Bath county, sold checked at once, are likely to lead mules, for $3G0 to serious trouble. Caught in time a pair of and W. H. Canon sold a pair of loosens Dr. Bell's mules for $325. the phlegm and destroys the germs R. E. Moreland, of Lexington, re- which have settled in the throat or cently bought of Marion Smtih, of nose. It is soothing and healing. chestnut geld- Pine is antiseptic; honey is soothing Lebanon, a ing, by Hed Fox, for which he paid both together possess excellent $600. medicinal qualities for fighting cold J. C. Eubanks has sold to C. A. germs. Insist on Dr. Bell's Speith, of the Lancaster Tobacco 25c, all druggists. Warehouse, his crop of tobacco, some 8,000 or 9,000 pounds, at 9 Middleburg cents. 2 During the past week R. H. Wells, People are watching very closely of Paris, has purchased 90 head of the Administration and its allies at cotton mules for an average of aboutr Frankfort, and they are also watchcandidates $165 each, and 14 tiead of horses at ing the Administration prices ranging from $125 to $150 for Congress in this district. per head. The above purchases cost Rev. Luther Young filled his regMr. Wills around $18,000. The ular appointment at the Christian mules were shipped to the Southern church at Yosemite Sunday mornmarkets. ing and evening. There will be Labe C. Riddle & Bro., of "Irvine, preaching at the Baptist church Sathave sold their fine farm of 168 acres urday evening, Sunday morning and in Montgomery county on the evening. pike to Frank Clark, of If Representative James Wall Menefee county, for $19,656. Alva should get the Corporation of Dunn-vill- e Stevens, of Iron Bound, has purchasrevoked he will have done more ed the Billy McKinney place of nine than the average Representative acres on the Rucker-vill- e from this district has ever done. and one-ha- lf of which is in the Most of them have never been pike, one-ha- lf city limits of Winchester, for $3,900. heard of after going to Frankfort. Mrs. L. J. Jones, who had a stroke of paralysis some time ago, is slowly recovering, and her neighbors hope to see her out again soon. . iSN" Sunday was a blue day for Sunday schools and church worship. But " W tr it is pleasing to note that the Sunday schools here are hitving a much better attendance and a greater interest manifested than ever before in winter. R. B. Young, the new superintendent at the Baptist church, is proving his efficiency, and has reasons to be proud that the work is prospering in his hands. Harve Helm mado no mistake in his endorsement of Roger Hicks for rural mail cai'rier out of Hustonville. Roger is a Casey county boy, and oie of the best. He is polite and obliging, capable and industrious, and there is not the least doubt that he will give the patrons of his route the best of service. The people here are watching the course of Senator Charles Montgomery and are pleased to note that he is not "toadying" to any one, but is looking closely to the interest of the ChaTley will be rewarded people. 1-Pine-Tar-Honey Pine-Tar-Honey 1-Ow-ingsville THE NU-WA- Y Stanford Dry Cleaning Company TAILORS PHONE 255 CLEANERS one of these days, with something worth while, for his faithfulness. WAR UPON PAIN! Pain is a visitor to every home and usually it comes quite unexpectedly. But you are prepared for every emergency if you keep a small bottle of Sloan's Liniment handy. It is the greatest pain killer ever discovered. Simply laid on the skin no rubbing required it drives the pain away. r, It is really wonderful. Mervin H. of Berkeley, California, writes: 'Last Saturday, after tramping around the Panama Exposition with wet feet, I came home with my neck so stiff that 1: couldn't turn I applied Sloan's Liniment freely and went to bed. To my surprise, next morning the stiffness had almost disappeared, four Hours after the second application, I was as good as new." March, 1915. At druggists 25c. Soi-bte- INSURANCE NOTICE. I wish my friends and the insuring public generally to know that in my negotiations with the Bromley Insurance" agency, I secured all of the companies and business represented by the Messrs. Bromley and no one else was in any way interested in companies. the deal or secured any of the busi- ' Jesse D. Weareu, The Insurance Man ness handled by that agency. I am i Stanford. Ky. very appreciative of the patronage my friends and customers have extended me in my new location and with my new connections am better prepared than ever before to give them the best of service promptly with their interests always protected with the safest, and most reliable SOMETHING NEW AND INTER ESTING Come to our store tomorrow, Saturday, and see butter separated from the milk in a few minutes. A new idea for the housekeeper. Don't miss this demonstration. An expert will be on hand. M ason s Gap Theie were no services here Sunday on account, of sickness. Sunday, February 13th there will be preaching at E. L. Miracle's at 2 o'clock. Mr. H. C. Hurst was a business visitor in Stanford, Thursday. The many friends of Mrs. E. L. Miracle will regret to learn that she suffering considerably with stom- W. H. Higgins, Stanford I ? is 9t JjMfcTrTfE &- M recently. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hoskins, of the Greasy Ridge section, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miracle. M Miss Frona Robbins spent Monday H night with her uncle and aunt. Mrs. George Hasty came up to see ach trouble. Mrs. E. Z. Burke and daughter, Miss Florence, were the welcome guests of .Mrs. E. L. Miracle Monday. Miss Cledo Scarborough spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Anna Hooker. We are glad to be able to state Hi that little James Robbins is improv ing. Mrs. Charles Thompson is working for Mr. Holtzclaw this week. H Miss Hassie Miracle and cousins were calling on Mrs. W. M. Pittman Headquarters for I AMERICAN FENCE m J- - WiiMW Hiii iw h"MW ! ln i m W - ii I' Mm, M imw f" i- v. i ?. 3 m ii t IMMMi m L m b- - - 1r4" iii im m i O' h i 14- - '' HT ' ' j Tj " spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousin, Miss Florence Burke. Messrs. Sylvester Miracle and Burk, were visitors here MISSISSIPPI LAND Reports have it that there is whooping cough in the family of Charles Miracle. Miss Clara Warfield of Mt. Moriah, Car-radi- ne Mrs. E. L. Miracle Monday. e steel wires, heavily galvanized. Made of large, strong, 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 Pigs it manufacturers. EVERY ROD GUARANTEED by us and guaranteed by the Call and see it. We can show you how it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced. $ FOR SALE with LOCAL APPUCATIOXS. as they cannot reach the seat of tho disease. Cutarrh la a blood or constitutional disease, and la order to cure It you must take Internal rcaicdles. Hall's Catarrh Cure U takeu Internally, and acts directly upon the blood aud mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for years and is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with tho best blood purlflers acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what such wonderful results In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. r. J. cncxcY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, price 76e. Bake Hall's Family PJ113 for constipation. pro-duc- es Catarrh Cannot Be Cured 1280 acresMn Madison County, about half in cultivation, balance open. Will produce 50 to 60 bushels of corn per acre. Dark alluvial soil, easily cultivated. Owner of adjoining farm gathered 54 bushels of oats per acre in f 1914. Four and miles from Railroad. Just rolling enough to drain well. One residence several tenant houses. Some fencing. Price $32.50 per acre. For further information about Mississippi or Middle Tennessee farms writ M. E. WAINWRIGHT, Manager, Land Department, BRANSFORD REALTY COMPANY, Nashville, Tenn. one-hal- 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 '9 THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, 9 HOT mLw . J F J. L. Beazley & Co., "HILLHURST FARM" has been sold .and this is a great opportu- liily to buy animals of rare individual exceilence as well as noted producers. No rnatter what your requirements are, you will find : : : : them in THIS BIG SALE AT AUCTION PRICES. HIGHEST PRICES PAID Rsntl'iarcc liCaihfl on Day Shipment ic UccciTed The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it onTrial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. 1 No Commission to Pay Write fcr Price List nnd Shipping Tags Catalogue on request. Arrange to attend. Free Lunch. J. O. DUNCAN, LEBANON, KY. Undertaker Embalmer Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. -- ALSabel&Sons Incorporated EiUMkked 1SS6 LOUISVILLE, KY. GEORGE H. FARRIS. -y